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Tuesday, September 30, 1947
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Fred Lorenz, 188 pounds of TNT
will captain the Huskcrs Satur
. day afternoon when Bernie Mas
terson's Scarlet clads collide with
Minnesota's Golden Gophers.
the touted Hoo
siers, one bright
spot in the Hus
kers' loss, earn
ed him the cap
taincy for the
tle with the
number one in
the past. Coach
pepped his Husker
charges through a lengthy practice
session Monday afternoon to pol
ish his "T" machine for the Go
Masterson and backficld Coach
Dougal Russell conducted a pass
ing drill while Line Mentor Tony
Blazine pushed his forwards
through a rugged contact session
with Ray DeBolt's Nubbins crew.
Del Wiegand, who handled his
first varsity - assignment against
the Hoosiers, was tossing the aeri
als with Joe Partington and Dick
Thompson. Although still favor
ing a bad knee, Thompson was in
uniform after a week on the side
lines. Bernie Bierman, wily Minnesota
tutor, will bring his Gophers to
Memorial Stadium fresh from a
narrow 7-6 win over Washington.
''.Minnesota's forward wall .is
characteristic of the Gopher bone
crushers of old, but the Silver Fox
is moaning over the lack of size
in his bacfield.
Warren Beson, 200 pounder, is
an important cog in the beefy for
ward wall. The two-year veteran
shuffled from his center position
late last fall, will be out to play
havoc with Husker ball carries
Bierman will be depending on
the heft of Bill Thiele, 190-pound
quarterback, and the speed and
deception of Halfback Ev Faunce
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LOSING STAR Cletus Fischer, fleet Husker back, who paced the
Huskers in a losing cause against a superior Indiana Hoosier eleven
Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium in 1947 grid inaugural,
now sets his sights for the Minnesota Gophers. The speedy mer
chant reeled off the longest run of the afternoon, scampering 32
yards through the Hoosier defense in addition to turning in a ster-
ling defensive performance.
to carry the offensive brunt
against the Cornhuskers.
Masterson also put his backs
through a concentrated play re
view session Monday afternoon.
With Cletus Fischer nursing a
lame thigh, Bill Moomey teamed
with Dale Adams and Dick Hutton
in the first unit with Wiegand.
Joe Partington directed a second
c ombin ation
with Bill Muel
ler, Junior Col
lopy and War
a third unit
c o m p rised of
George B o s t
Gail Gade re
mained out of Bill Thiele
uniform on the crippled list. An
other victim joined the sideline's
Monday as Big Jim Thompson was
carried away from Blazine's con
tact yard after injuring an ankle.
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Field No. 1 Sigma Alpha Epsi
lon vs. Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Field No. 2 Delta Upsilon vs.
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Big Six Clubs
Gain Pair Wins
Big Six football clubs ran into
stiff opposition in intcrscctional
tilts over the week-end with only
Oklahoma and Kansas U. gaining
victories. The Sooners downed a
stubborn Detroit U. eleven 24-20,
and Kansas, using their star back
Ray Evans very little, margined
Denver U. 9-0.
Missouri's Tigers were unable
to stop a determined Ohio State
club as the Buckeyes gained a
13-7 victory in the closing min
utes. The Missourians, after send
ing Sub Fullback Ed Quirk over
from the five yard stripe, main
tained a 7-6 margin until two
minutes and 40 seconds before the
A second quarter 48-yard pass
gave the favored Colorado Buffa
loes a 7-0 nod over Iowa State.
The lighter Cyclone eleven moved
to Colorado's one-foot line before
being stopped on downs with 45
seconds remaining. Ron Norman,
Iowa State back, brought the
8,500 fans to their feet with his
last minute passing attack.
The Kansas State Wildcats,
coached by former Nebraska All
American Sam Francis, were the
other conference representatives
to go down in defeat. Texas Mines
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