The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 18, 1963, Page Page 4, Image 4

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A bruising Oklahoma Sooner defense contained Mis
souri 13 to 3 Saturday at Columbia, knocking the T i g e r s
out of conference title contention and. leaving Oklahoma
with a clean slate for the championship battle with Ne-
Outgaining the fired-up Tigers by only five yards as
each team made 15 first downs, the Sooners intercepted
three passes and recovered three fumbles to repeatedly
stop Missouri drives.
The only sustained drive was Oklahoma's 68-yard
march in 12 plays, culminating in the second touchdown
with 33 seconds left In the game. The drive was entirely
on the ground, with fullback Larry Brown gaining big
yardage. Oklahoma completed only three of eleven passes
in the game for 28 yards.
Oklahoma never trailed as sophomore halfback Larry
Shields took a Daryl Krugman punt on the Sooner 35 and
sprinted 65 yards down the sideline for the touchdown.
Shields also scored the second touchdown on an end run
on a fourth and two situation.
With 3:41 remaining in the first half, Missouri (Bill
Leistritz) kicked a 43-yard field goal, making the score 6
to 3 as George Jarman, who had missed only one con
version attempt for Oklahoma this year had missed his
Missouri threatened again in the first half but lost a
fumble at the Sooner seven with 1:51 left. Oklahoma ran
out the clock on the ground.
Sophomore quarterback Gary Lane was Missouri's
only offensive threat, and the tenacious Oklahoma pass
defense kept Lane's receivers reasonably well-covered.
Lane did complete 10 of 25 passes for 139 yards.
Two of the three intercepted passes were by Shields.
Both came when Lane had the wind at his back in the
final period.
Except for straight smashes by inujry-hampered full
back Jim Grisham and end sweeps by Shields, Oklahoma
could not rush with its characteristic ease against Mis
souri. Oklahoma rushed for 229 yards, compared to 299
for Nebraska against Missouri. Of course, Nebraska rushed
for only 208 yards against an Oklahoma State team that
has won only one game.
Oklahoma has now won 16 straight conference games.
After the Nebraska battle Saturday, the Sooners finish up
with Oklahoma State at Norman.
Although the Big Red of Oklahoma may be favored
over the Big Red of Nebraska due to the poor perform
ance of the latter against Oklahoma State, the Sooners
were severely battered in their win, as was Nebraska
Saturday. "We're going to be in our worst shape of the
season," said coach Bud Wilkinson.
Grisham, not expected to start at all, sat out the final
quarter due to his ankle injury. Fleet starting halfback
Jackie Cowan missed most of the second half with a leg
However, Oklahoma depth was again apparent as
sophomore fullback Larry Brown filled in for the ailing
Grisham well enough to lead all rushers with 74 yards in
11 carries.
First downs J
Rushing yardage 229 iw
Passing yardage f
Passes -
Passes intercepted by
Punts 5-30.6 7-34
Fumbles lost 2
Yards penalized 13
Larry Brown. . .capable sub. Jackie Cowan. . .injured leg,
Game Statistics
First downs 17 19
Rushing yardage ... 98 208
Passing yardage ... ICS 68
Passes 1S-3J 6-14
Passes intercepted by I
Punts S-JU S-34
Fumbles lost
Yards penalized 23 IS
Row Scored
Time Left
Second Quarter
6-0 McNulty, two-yard
run 13:47
7- 0 Theisen, placement
7-3 Durkee, 30-yard
field goal 8 58
134 Duda, eight-yard run 3:45
14-3 Theisen, placement
Third Quarter
204 Smidt, three-yard
run 8:19
Fourth Quarter
204 Thomas, seven-yard
run 10:45
30-19 Durkee, placement
Player No Yds TD
Tornlinson 2
White I
McNulty I
Doepke 1
Vactor 1
Player No Ave
Theisen 3 30
Player No Yds
Solich 2 55
Vactor 1 22
Player No Yds
Solich 2- 19
20-16 Williams, four-yard
pass from Miller 0:51
Player Att Gain Loss Net
Smith 13 60 0 60
Duda 14 59 9 50
Smidt ... 10 41 0 41
Ross 5 25 0 25
Vactor 4 19 0 19
McNulty 4 10 0 10
McCloughan ... 3 5 2 3
Att Compl late Yds
Duda 14 6
Player Att Gain Loss Net
Thomas 9 47 0 47
Williams 6 26 1 25
Garrison 8 24 0 24
Parent 2 7 0 7.
Hollis 15 0 5
Miller 6 12 22 -10
Player Att Compl Intc Yds
Miller 32 19 J 165
Player No Yds TD
Jacobson 9 105 0
Chadwick 3 27 0
Williams 5 18 1
Parent 2 15 0
Player No Ave
Williams 5 31.8
Kickoff Returns
Player No Yds
Williams 3 68
Elliott 1 28
Punt Returns
Player No Yds
Elliott 2
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Photo By Grant Peterson
DUDA AND HELPERS Husker quarterback Fred Duda whisks around the Cowboy
right end behind backs Maynard Smidt and Bruce Smith. This trio gave the Nebraska
offense punch when needed Saturday, combining for two-thirds of Scarlet rushing
against Oklahoma State.
ll-Slate 'Joins The League' At Ames;
Kansas, Sayers Whip Inept Buffs
Kansas State pulled the Big
Eight upset of the season with
a 21 to 10 victory over Iowa
State. It was the first con
ference win for the Wildcats
in four years.
Twenty-six games ago, the
Wildcats tumbled Nebraska,
29 to 14, and that was the
last winning effort until the
Cyclones fell to a vicious de
fense and their own errors.
Coach Doug Weaver happily
noted that "his team had just
joined the conference" with
the win. The 'Cats have one
other season victory over
Brigham Young and now
stand 2-7 for the year. The
loss put Iowa State out of con
tention for third place with
Kansas and Missouri.
State drove for 67 yards and
the winning touchdown when
Doug Dusenbury went over
from the Cyclone six. Mo
ments later in the fourth quar
ter, Willis Crenshaw piled two
yards for the insurance score
after a Denby Blackwell in
terception to the ISU 9.
Iowa State Coach Clay Sta
pleton said the Kansans won
because they were the better
IM League's
With the final fraternity
and Burr-Selleck tournament
games tomorrow, final league
results not including tourna
ment games are now com
piled: LEAGl'E 1-A
BU ThtU Pt 5-0
Phi Kappa Psi 4-1
Sigma Alpha EpsUon 2-2
SUma Chi t-2
Kappa Sicma 0-4
Phi Gamma Delta 0-4
Delta Tao Delta M
Phi Delta TheU 4-1
Theta Xi 3-2
Sigma Nu 2-3
Alpha Tau Omeca M
Delta Uonlon 0-4
Sifma Phi Epnloo 4-0
Broun Palace 3-1
Delta Suma Pi 1-3
Surma Alpha Mil l-l
Beta Suma P 0-3
A Men 3-1
farm House 3-1
Alpha Gamma Rho 2-2
Delia SUma Phi 2-2
Alpha Gamma Sicma 0-4
Pioneer . . 4-0
Chi Phi 2-2
Trianule 2-2
Acacia 0-2
Pi Kappa Phi 0-3
Benton 6-0
Kieaaeloat 3-3
Seaton I 42
Beney 3-3
Sellerti ' 3-3
Gooddim 2-4
Awry 0-4
Seaton U M
MacLcan 3-1
Smith 3-2
CaniieU 1-3
Fauiieid 0-3
Andrewi 0-3
Dental CoUece 3-0
Phi Delta Phi 2-2
Newman Club 2-2
Final Record
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Phi Epsikm Kappa
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LEAGl'E 10 Fral B
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I Sima Alpha Epsilon
Suma Chi
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Phi Delta Theta
Alpha Tau Omega
OHta Tau Delia
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Theta Xi
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ball club that day and lauded
their comeback effort when
the Ames team was ahead 10
to 7.
Ottis William's 29 yard
scamper and a personal foul
penalty set up the third quar
ter score that pushed the Cy
clones ahead for the last time.
Kansas, aided by Gayle Say
er's outside running and the
power of their fullback duo,
mauled Colorado Saturday, 43
to 14.
Armand Baughman and Ken
Coleman busted the Buff line
while Sayers scampered for
71 yards aronud it and a new
KU career record. The Oma
ha flash bettered Charlie
Hoag's 1950 record of 1,914
rushing yards by sixty yards.
The Kansans were trailing
7 to 6 after Frank Cesarek's
19 yard pass to Bill Harris,
but then J a y h a w k quarter
back Steve Renko supplied the
fakes, Sayers' the finesse,
Baughan and Coleman the
power, and the Buffs trailed
35 to 6 at one point in the
second half.
Kansas got their first score
on a Cesarek bobble when
Ron Oelschlager covered it.
Renko sneaked over from the
one and Oelschlager later tal
lied the Jayhawk's second
. . Nebraska earned a shot at the Big Eight crown against
Oklahoma next week with a scary 20 to 16 victory over
improved Oklahoma State Saturday at Stillwater.
After building a lackluster 20 to 3 margin by the third
quarter's end, the Huskers just couldn't stop Cowboy
Mike Miller. Last Year's conference leader in passing,
Miller passed the Pokes within four points of the nation's
ninth-ranked team and completed 19 of 32 tries for 165
yards. , ,
Maynard Smidt capped the third long Husker drive
of the day with a three yard hurtle over right tackle and
Nebraska then had a 20 to 3 lead with the fourth quarter
left. And it was Miller and his Pokes dominating the
fourth quarter.
The senior quarterback completed four of six passes
during a 78 yard drive, the longest being a 14-yarder to
big Jack Jacobson. Jacobson grabbed nine shorties for 105
yards from Miller as well as contributing a stout defensive
job against Scarlet sweeps. -
The Miller-Jacobson combination offset some hard
running by fullback George Thomas who scored the- first
State touchdown from seven yards out with 10:45 left in
the contest. Charles Durkee, who booted a 30 yard field
goal, converted the extra point try and Oklahoma State
trailed, 20 to 10.
With three and a half minutes left, Miller and crew
started again. This time he hit six for eight passes, three
of them to Jacobson, and State drove 66 yards to pull with
in four points of the Huskers 51 seconds remaining.
Dick Callahan picked off Miller's two point pass attempt
so the Cowboys weren't within field goal range.
It remained 20 to 16 after Wardell Hollis tried to on
side kick but Husker AU-American Bob Brown covered
the ball like a back to end State hopes for an upset.
Nebraska's weak fourth quarter might have had many
sources, but Miller's late play showed him equal to any
quarterback Nebraska has seen this season. In the last
stanza, he made good on nine of thirteen passes. His
seven yard scamper through the Scarlet secondary to the
Husker four set up the second touchdown.
A big factor in the Husker effort was the line-smashing
runs of sub fullback Bruce Smith who played most of
the game in Rudy Johnson's absence. Smith, a 185-pound
junior, rushed for 60 yards on 13 attempts to lead all car
riers. Duda danced for 50 while Smidt managed 41 yards
to lead Nebraska.
Willie Ross, John Kirby, and Bob Hohn came away
with various aches and pains. Hohn has a bad knee, but
according to trainer Paul Scheider, will be able to work
out later in the week.
Kirby suffered a slight concussion, but appears fit for
the Oklahoma game Saturday. Ross still complains about
his Kansas State inflicted shoulder injury and a slight
Charley horse.
John Dervin and Bob Brown were defensive standouts
Saturday, combining or soloing on at least fourteen tackles.
Scarlet linemen rushed well, but the secondary couldn't
cover Miller's receivers, Jacobson, Lynn Chadwick, and
Jeff Williams.
Nebraska, who had driven Inside State territory every
time they had the ball before Miller led the Pokes to their
first touchdown, met stiff resistence in that fourth quarter.
On the first series, Smidt was stopped twice for no
gain and Fred Duda lost four trying to pass. Later, the
vaunted Scarlet rushers could only rack up one first down.
These two Nebraska sputterings were sandwiched between
Cowboy touchdowns.
Nebraska's victory makes the series even at 2 and
2 after the Pokes took the first two conference contests.
Oklahoma and Nebraska now prepare for their Orange
Bowl trip to Miami. The Huskers have cinched second
place in the Big Eight with the State win while Missouri
will battle for third place against Kansas.
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