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Th'urs'day, SepTemKer 25, 1947
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
As a chilling fall wind swept
across Memorial Stadium's prac
tice confines, Coach Bernie Mas
terson continued to drill his Husk
ers on fundamentals in prepara
tion for the 1947 inaugural Satur
day with the touted Indiana
Play reviews occupied the larg
est portion of Masterson's out
lined practice session. With great
respect for Bo McMillan's always
potent aerial attack, Masterson
also put his charges through an
other period of pass defense work
No rough work has been on the
docket for the Huskers through
the week. The injured list is
now at an all-time low, but the
Nebraska "T" may sputter with
out the services of little Dick
Thompson, Gade Out
Thompson will unlikely see ac
tion in the opener because of an
injured knee. He has tossed his
crutches away but is not work
ing out. Gail Gade is still nob
bing along with the air of crutches.
He is also suffering from a twisted
With those exceptions, Master
son's 1947 Huskers appear ready
for George Taliaferro and com
pany. Ray DeBolt will announce an
official cut in his Nubbins roster
Thursday afternoon. The "B" team
mentor will slash his reserve unit
almost in half. Over 70 gridders
have been toiling with the Blues.
The number will be dropped to
approximately 40 Thursday.
Wiegand Gets Attention
Little Del Wiegand, receiving
overtime attention from the coach
ing staff, seems slated for a start
ing quarterback assignment. A
bruised arm has held Joe Part
ington down, but the former pivot
man is now tossing the pigskin
with accuracy and appears ready
for considerable action Saturday.
Dick Hutton and Cletus Fischer
are teaming on the number one
unit at halfbacks while Dale
Adams is still getting the fullback
call. The first team line includes
Jack Pesek, Carl Samuelson, ends;
Charlie Toogood, Gordon Hall,
tackles; Johnny Sedlacek, Captain
Gene Wilkins, guards; Tom Novak,
The number two unit was com
prised of: Partington, quarter; Bill
Mueller, Bill Moomey, halfbacks;
Darwin Salestrom, full; Ed Nyden,
Ralph Damkroger, ends; Gene Sim,
Mike DiBiase, tackles; Fred Lor
enz, Rex Hoy, guards; Bob Cos-
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LOU MIIIAJLOVICII The Big Nine's leading pass receiver last
year, is one Indiana end who will need plenty of attention by the
'Huskers' deefnsive backficld in next Saturday's game in Memorial
Only 1,000 tickets remain in the
stadium for the Indiana opener
Saturday, A. J. Lewandowski has
announced, ine entire stadium
is already a sellout for the Min
nesota tussle a week hence.
General admission tickets for
the Hoosiers battle will not be
placed on sale until the individual
stadium ducats are gone.
Across-the-counter sale of gen
eral admission tickets for the Min-
Physical examinations for
freshman and varsity candi
dates for the basketball, wrestl
ing and track teams will be
held Thursday at 6:30 p. m. at
the training room In the Field
House, Trainer Elwyn Dees
has announced. No equipment
will be Issued until the ex
aminations have been taken,
nesota fracas will open Monday
at the Coliseum ticket office.
Delta Tau Delta 26, Cornhusker
Sigma Nu 18, Brown Palace 6.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 21, Thcta
Lilies 14. At Men's club 0.
Ak YMCA 2, Ricketeres 0. (Forfeit).
One-sided contests marked the
second day of intramural football
Wednesday afternoon as Delta Tau
Delta and Sigma Alpha Epsilon
racked up decisive victories.
The Delts found Cornhusker
Co-op no trouble at all as they
romped to a 26-0 win. Jim Sharp,
former Omaha North ace, paced
the winner's attack ns he threw
three touchdown aerials and ran
over for the fourth. R. Keller was
on the receiving end of two of the
Spearheaded by the passing of
Dilldine, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
breezed by Thcta Xi, 21-0. The
Dilldine-to - Saladen combination
clicked for two allies.
Another one-man attack de
veloped in the Sigma Nu-Brown
Palace contest. Bob Hinde com
pleted two passes for T. D.'s and
scored the other one personally as
the Sigma Nus downed Brown
Out at the Ag field the Lillies
Note Books, History Paper
Pens, Pencils, Erasers, Ink, etc.
Golden rod Slalionery Store
215 No. 14th Lincoln
defeated the Ag Men's Club, 14-0.
I)we was the big gun in the
The Ag Y.M.C.A. won by forfeit
over the Ricketecrs.
Three additional teams have
entered in the two Independent
loops. Y.M.C.A. and Melting Pot
being the new members in IeaKii?
IV and the Ac Y.M.C.A. having
joined League V.
Field No. 1 Sigma Phi Epsilon
vs. Delta Upsilon.
Field No. 2 Kappa Sigma vs.
Beta Theta Pi.
Field No. 3 ROTC vs. Wran
gler's. Ag Field No. 1 Sigma Chi vs.
Alpha Gamma Rho.
Make your reservations
now for air trips to Ne
braska Football games
Iowa State, Oct. 11. $18.50
Notre Dame, Oct. 18, 45.00
Kan. State, Oct. 25. 10.00
Missouri U., Nov. 1. 20.00
To make reservations
write or call
Air Delivery Co.
Phone 101 t-J
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