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Friday, September 29, 1950
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Toogood, Mueller Chosen Captains;
Curfs Ailing; VJingender May Start
by Bill Mundell
"We're ready as ready as
we'll ever get!" So stated Coach
Bill Glassford alter Thursday's
light drill. Bill indicated that the
coaches had done all they could
and now it was strictly up to the
"Mentally, you've got to get
yourselves ready," he told his
men. "And now is the time to
start, not this ' Saturday at 2
Thursday's drill in sweat
clothes was a fast lively exhibi
tion, the boys showing plenty of
spirit and enthusiasm. Offensive
running and passing plays re
ceived the final polishing while
the defensive units were getting
their pass defense down to its
Charley Toogood and Bill
Mueller have been chosen to
serve as co-captains for the Hus
kers in the Saturday opener.
Both Toogood and Mueller are
three-year lettermen at the Uni
versity of Nebraska.
Mueller, hard-driving halfback,
will be used only on offense but
big Charley will be on hand for
both a tackle on offense and an
end on defense.
Coach Glassford indicated that
with Mueller in the offensive
backfield, he would start Quar
terback Fran Nagle, halfback
Bobby Reynolds, .and possibly
fullback Kay Curtis. ,
Curtis, still suffering from the
effects of a sore back received
in practice this week, may not
be available to Bill's call Sat
urday afternoon. If Curtis is not
in tip-top shape for the contest.
Bill Wingender will get the call
at the fullback slot.
Starting in the offensive line
positions Satnrday are Frank
Simon and Dick Regier, ends;
TnnannA an1 Wavno Hanrichv
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tackles; Walt Spellman and Don
Strasheim, guards; and Joe Mc
Gill at center.
If the Huskers should kickoff
to start the game the gridders to
see opening action will be Bill
Maxe and Herb Reese at the
ends, Ted Connor and Dick
Goeglein at the tackles, Bob Mul
len and Don Boll at the guards,
and Verl Scott at the center
Ron Clark will take over the
safety role in the backfield and
will team with Nick Adduci and
halfbacks Don Bloom and George
Prochaska in trying to stop the
Hooslers aerial attack ;
A lecond defensive unit will j
um Toogood and Rich Novak '
at the end posts, Ed Husmann j
and Keith Fiene at the tackles,
Dick Grill and Tom Harper at :
the guards, and Spellman at cen- !
Reynolds will be-a safety posi-
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CHARLEY TOOGOOD Glass-,
ford tabbed this double duty
performer to co-captain the
Huskers in their opening game,
Ties in Pennant Races
Another spectacular ninth
inning rally by those unpredict
able Philadelphia A's just fell
short of victory and the New
York Yankees went on to bang
out an important 8 to 6 victory,
thus giving them at least a tie
for the American League pen
nant. The Detroit Tigers, a tired and
desperate bunch of ballplayers,
tion- in this unit with Regier,
Curtis, and Jerry Ferguson in
The second offensive forward
wall consists of George Paynich
and Ferguson, ends; Rex Hoy
and Harper, tackles; Art Bauer
and Carl Brassee, guards; and
Ted Britt, center.
This unit's backfield will find
Buster Lehmar at quarter, Clark
and Bloom at the halves, and
possibly Adduci at full.
Game time is 2 p. m. Saturday
afternoon and business manager
A. J. Lewandowski said that
good weather might mean a
crowd of 35,000 for the contest.
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BILL MUELLER veteran
halfback from Omaha will
serve as co-captain in Indiana
clung to that last chance for a
tie with the Yanks by ekeing out
a 4 to 3 decision over the tough-of-late
St. Louis Browns. It
seemed as if the game would go
on forever until a twelfth-inning
error enabled the Tigers to score
the winning run.
The Yanks jumped off to an
early lead at the expense of A's
starter. Bob Hooper, but it was
short-lived as the Athletics
seemed to better the Bombers'
at will. A 6 to 5 lead going into
Ace pitcher. Vic Raschi, almost
the last of the ninth looked suf
ficient for the Yankees, but Joe
Tipton had other ideas as he
slammed Raschi's first pitch
high into the left-field stands.
Allie Reynolds came on to put
out the fire and he received
credit for the win as relief pit
cher Bobby Shantz was charged
for the loss.
In the National League the
faltering Phillies blew another
chance to clinch the pennant as
they bowed twice to the New
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Another tackle that Bill Glass
ford will be able to count on this
year will be Dick Goeglein.
Dick, the oldest man on the
squad is 27 years old. He weighs
211 pounds and is 6' 2" tall. He
hails from Lincoln, Neb. He
played high school football with
York Giants by identical scores
of 3 to 1. Maglie and Jones
pitched the double win for the
Giants. Even though they lost,
the Phils backed into at least a
tie for the pennant as the Brook
lyn Dodgers and Boston Braves
split a doubleheader. The first
game went to the Dodgers, 6 to 5;
the second to the Braves, 8 to 4.
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The Sooner football team will
put their 21 -game winning streak
on the line Saturday when they
entertain Boston College.
Only one regular returns from
the undefeated 1949 team. Leon
Heath, star fullback, returns for
his final fling at college football.
But this doesn't mean that all
is lost for the Sooners. They
still have a lot of veterans back
who saw plenty of action last
year. Ten of them will be in the
starting lineup against Boston.
Boston College will present a
sharp team for the Sooners in
their initial test. They played
Wake Forest to a 7-7 tie last Sat
urday and will be out to break
the Oklahoma winning streak.
Another Big Seven school
which will take on a strong out-of-conference
opponent is Iowa
Lincoln High School in 1940 as
tackle. He entered the army in
1943 and was in for three years.
He entered the University of
Nebraska in 1946. He has two
letters in Varsity football and is
after his third this season.
He is a senior in Teachers Col
lege and a member of the Beta
Sigma Psi fraternity.
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have a mighty rugged team. Only
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first string line.
In Billy Weeks Iowa State pos
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Northwestern is counting on a
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