The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 24, 1950, Page PAGE 3, Image 3

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Tuesday, October 24, 1950
Kansans Lead Conference;
Reynolds-Hoag Duel Looms
The Cornhuskcrs face a real
toughie this weekend. And
Coach Bill Glassford made them
realize that f;irt Monday after
noon by pushing them through
continuous drilling. "Beat Kan
sas' has become the battle-cry
of the Huskers, but that's easier
said than done.
The Jay hawkers currently are
riding atop the conference
standings with two victories in
two starts. In those two victories
the rampaging Jayhawks have
averaged 30 points per game,
while giving their opponents 21
in each contest.
Tn all games played to date
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SIX POINTS MORE for Cornhusker sophomore flash, Bobby Reynolds. Here Reynolds crosses the
goal for the first six of his day's total of 19 last Saturday. (Photo by Rod Riggs, Daily Nebraskan
Gymnastics Team Elects
Dunavan Captain for Year
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The Varsity gymnasts elected
senior Al Dunavan captain 01
the 1950 squad at a recent meet
ing. Since the beginning of the
year, the gymnasts have been
working out daily in the Physi
cal Education building in prepa
ration for the first inter-squad
meet which will take place on
Nov. 21st.
Dunavan, working all six
events, has been the mainstay
of the squad for the past two
years. This year will be his last
year of competition with the
team. Also seeing his last year
of competition will be Art Hill
man who was number one man
on the side horse last year.
Coach Jake Geier's team re
ceived a tremendous boost of
strength with the addition of
Bruc Riley to the varsity squad.
Riley who is a junior college
transfer Is strong on the high
bar, flying rings, parallel bars,
side horse, trampoline, and
tumbling. He graduated from
Omaha Tech in 1948 where he
was a state champion gymnast.
Events and men which are
vying for varsity berths are the
following: High Bar Dunavan,
Bob Yarwood, Paul Hughes, and
Riley; Horse Dunavan, Hillman,
Yarwood, Bob Swaim, and Riley;
and Rtngs Dunavan, Hughes,
Jerry Tubbs, and Riley.
Other events are Parallel Bars
Dunavan, Riley, Hughes, and
Tubbs; Tumbling Dunavan, Ira
Epstein, Riley, Hughes, and
Tubbs; and Trampoline Duna-
Tau Bees Win;
Drop Sig ..Nu's
In a game between two fight
ing teams, neither one of which
had scored a point in intramural
competition, Alpha Tau Omega
"B" demolished a Sigma Nu "B"
team by a 22 to 0 score Satur
day, In the first quarter ATO Bill
Weber passed to Gene Cotter for
fifteen yards and a touchdown.
And they added the extra point
on a short pass from Mac Bailey
to Lyle Blue, making the score
7-0. Taus.
The boys from Alpha Tau
Omega must have greatly en
joyed that first touchdown, as
they roared on for two more in
the second quarter. The first
came as the climax to a long
drive when Bailey hit Olson from
the six yard line. Blue gathered
in the extra point attempt, also
from Bailey, and the Taus led
14 to 0. The second score in that
quarter came as the result of an
interception of a Sigma Nu pass
by Richardson on the Sig Nu 25
yard line. Bailey found the range
again for the ATO's, swelling the
score to 20-0.
The Sigma Nu's kept the Tau
attack at bay the second half, but
found its own attack stifled also.
Bob Pecha caught a Sigma Nu
passer in the end zone late in
the third quarter for a safety,
and there the scoring ended.
Thus the ATO's won their first
game of the year and the Sigma
Nu's protected their record of not
scoring a point yet this year.
Bailey was outstanding for the
Taus while Babcock stood out for
the lers.
Sig Gams Collect
Narrow 1-0 Win
Sigma Gamma Epsilon con
tinued its unbeaten ways Friday
night by edging previously un
beaten City YMCA, 1-0 on yard
age. The two teams battled tooth
and nail for the regulation four
quarters with both refusing to
yield enough to be scored upon.
The Sig Gam lateraling attack
paid off. however, in the? over
time priod and their defense
stiffened to come out on top. It
was the fifth victory in a row
for the winners.
by the Kansas outfit, four wins
have been chalked-up in five
contests. Only a 7-14 setback at
the hands of TCU in their open
ing game mars their record. Fol
lowing the TCU defeat they came
into their own with convincing
wins over Denver (46-6), Colo
rado (27-21), Iowa State (33
21), and Oklahoma A & M (40
7). Just First Half
Against the tough Oklahoma
Aggies last Saturday, Coach J.
V. Sykes' boys ran up the 40
points in the first half and then
allowed second and third string
ers to play out the game.
All season long they have dis-
van, Tubbs, Hughes, miey.
Bob Norton.
While the varsity is busy
rounding into top shape, Assist
ant Coach Phil Sprague'is mold
ing a freshman squad together
with the idea of toppling the
older boys. In last year's first
meeting between the two squads,
the yearlings edged the Varsity
in a closely contested battle.
Working with the freshman
outfit are Bill Eledge who works
all the events; Dick Grosshans,
High bar, Rings, and Parallel
bars; Tom Kidd, Trampoline,
Parallel bars, and Tumbling; and
Dwayne Barrons, Parallel bars,
and Rings.
Other boys working on the
voung squad are Doug Clark and
R. E. McCoy.
Coach Geier commented that
he would probably have a
couple of the Varsity crew work
ing with the freshmen in the
The gymnasts are tentatively
planning on performing at the
Veteran's Hospital on Friday,
Nov. 17th.
Presby Slips
By Methodists
By Jack Mays
Interdenominational champion.
Presby House, finished its league
play Friday night with a 10-0
victory over the Methodist Stu
dent House to give the Presbys a
perfect record of six wins going
into the playoffs. But the
Methodists made a battle of it all
the way.
For the Methodists, the two
halves were just about 30 seconds
too long as the first Presby score
came with only six seconds left
in the first half and the final
Presby tally came with only three
seconds remaining in the game.
Except for those two lapses, the
unbeaten Presby attack was
Both outfits battled at midfield
during the first quarter and most
of the second. With only two
minutes remaining in the half,
the Presbys got their first attack
under way. With Rex Knowles
throwing and Bob Shuler catch
ing, they advanced the ball to the
Methodists' 4-yard line. From
here and with time left for only
one play, Knowles flipped a
scoring "pass to Bill Mundell.
Knowles tossed to Gary Josclyn
for the point and the half ended
7-0 in favor of Presby House.
Stop And Co
The third period was much the
same as the first with Presby be
ginning to roll and then losing
the ball either on downs or on
intercepted passes. Late in the
game, however, the winners
managed to move again. Joselyn
and Bill Pratt were the cogs in
this drive and as the game ended
Pratt sichted Josclvn in the end
zone and hit him with a 24 yard
strike. Shuler tossed to Wynne
Northworthy for the final point.
The loss was the fifth in six
games for the Methodists and
definitely eliminated them from
playoff contention.
Catholics Edge
Arrrrie YMCA
Newman Club clinched at least
a tie for second place in the In
terdenominational division of in
tramural football Friday night by
edging the potent grid team of
Ag YMCA. The final score via
yardage was 1-0.
The win climaxed a great
comeback by the Catholics. Start
ing the season in easy fashion,
collecting two forfietures, they
suddenly ran into successive de
feats by Presby House and
Baptist House. Last week'i 7-6
played a brilliant ground game
to go with a fine passing attack.
They boast a big list of stars,
headed by Sophomore Charley
Hoag, who is second only to Ne
braska's Bob Reynolds in total
yards gained by rushing and
who is third in the Big-Seven
scoring race. "Churning Charley"
is the best bet for sophomore of
the year according to reports
from Kansas, and they are wait
ing for him to get a crack at
Others in the KU gallaxy of
stars are Wade Stinson, Bill
Schaake, John Amberg, Fox
Cashell and Bob Brandeberry.
All rank well up in the list of
the Big Seven's leading scorers.
Against the powerful line-up
which had a half-game rest last
Saturday, throw the tired and
beaten Cornhuskers and you
can see why- the Kansans are
Delts Rip ,
Phi Psis
By Glenn Nelson
The passing arm of Keith
Skalla proved a deciding factor
as Delta Tau Delta sent Phi
Kappa Psi reeling from a 28-0
defeat Friday.
Skalla figured in three touch
downs and four extra points.
The first touchdown came when
Bert Sample passed to Skalla for
45 yards early in the first period.
Skalla hit Barney Sprague for
the point. Minutes later he rifled
a pass to Elmer Vandel in a 60
yard play for the second Delt
marker. Skalla's flip to Bill
Keeney for the extra point was
Don Woods fell on a fumble
over the Phi Psi goal line in
the closing minutes of the first
half for the Delts' third counter.
A pass from Skalla to Dick Lan
der bagged the point and the
score remained 21-0 at the half.
The third quarter saw Phi
Kappa Psi offer their only sus
tained drive of the game. Passes
from Bob Britton and Dick Hol
lander brought the Phi Psi's to
the Delt 15 yard line before
Keeney intercepted. Two passes,
Skalla to Woods, and Lander to
Skalla brought the Delts to the
Phi Psi 15 yard line.
Ray Mladovich speared a
Skalla aerial over the goal on
the next play and Skalla fired
to Vandel for the point, making
the final score 28-0.
The win was the fifth in six
stars for the Delts and gave them
second place in league II stand
ings. It was the third loss for
the Phi Psi's who finished the
season in third place in that
win over a tough Inter-Varsity
outfit coupled with the Friday
win over the Y boys boosted
them back into contention.
After the contest had ended in
a scoreless tie, Newman got the
first chance for yardage and al
though losing ground twice,
wound-up with a net of 15 feet.
The Ag Y defeat was final when
their first try, a pass, was inter
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vorites. 60 Minute Fight
The Scarlet and Cream had to
fight all 60 minutes to subdue
Penn State Saturday, so had
little time for resting. And out
of the victory came numerous
bumps and bruises that will
make Coach Jlassford's chore no
Scarlet right halfback Bill
"Rocky" Mueller came out of the
State contest with a bruised leg
and was still favoring it quite a
bit during Monday's drills.
Fullback Kay Curtis reinjured
the back that has been giving
him trouble all year.
Charley Toogood was sporting
a couple of dandy black eyes and
a swollen nose in Monday's prac
ticing. Charley, who is directly
responsible for springing Bobby
Reynolds loose on his long runs,
is picking-up a beating in the
close line play.
Monday the entire varsity first
string, offensive and defensive,
were running in sweat togs. Play
perfection and conditioning were
foremost on the agenda which
calls for rough stuff Tuesday.
Meanwhile the second string
was going at lit hard and fast
against the freshmen. Game con
ditions were in effect for the
scrimmaging on Memorial grid
iron. Both outfits used the pla
toon system fluently.
The frosh kept the upper hand
during most of the afternoon's
scrimmage. Good blocking and
hard running were boosting the
frosh yardage total considerably.
The standings to date:
oof. it. opp.
1 .1100 IH4 41
Oklahoma 4
KatiHitN 4
Colorado H
Iowa Stale . . . .?
MKwtiirl 1
Kansa Slatp ... I
.800 158
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Kansas 2 0 0 1.IMI0 n 42
Oklahoma 1
MlHsoiiri ... , ... 1
Colorado 2
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I 1 .5110
Iowa Slut 1
NEBRASKA ...0 1 0 .000
Kansas Stale ...0 S II .11011
Reynolds IM'I 11
Hodel (CI')
Hoag (Kl I H
Vessel (Oi l 5
Mtinson (KL ) 5
Doran (IS) 5
Anderson (Ol ) S
Gray (Ol ) II
Heuth lOl'l 3
Amber IKI'I S
Williams KT S 'l') II
Weatherall (Ol ) 0
Cashell K! II
Stephen (Ml) 2
Itrandemhorry (Kl' 2
( revision (KK) 2
Weeks (IS) 2
I'auhlnn ( KS) 2
layer (KSl 2
Cnnciardo US) 2
McllnR (IS) 2
Wheels Lose to
City YM, 27-0
The City YMCA capitalized" on
the Wheels' shortage of players
Saturday to win handily, 27-0.
Mustering only four men, the
Wheels could not cope with the
Y attack, which scored once each
in the first and third quarters
and twice in the final period.
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"The Men"
1:38, 3:41, 5:44, 7:47, 9:52
"The Sundowners"
1:00, 3:54, 6:48, 9:40
"Joe Palooka in the
Courier Punch"
2:38. 5:32, 8:26
"House by the River"
The Showdown"
3:00, 6:26, 9:52
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FRATERNITY TENNIS DOUBLES FINALISTS are shown together before the final match for All
fraternity honors. Left to right are Bob Bale and Bob Crook of Theta Xi and Walt Weaver and Don
Blocker of Phi Delta Theta.
Courtesy of Lincoln Journal
This year as in the last three
years, the Cornhusker football
followers will be counting on
Rex Hoy, a senior guard, who
hails from Lincoln, Neb.
Rex is 22, weighs 183, and
stands 5' 11." He graduated from
Lincoln High school in 1945 in
which he lettered one year as a
tackle in football, and one year
as a hurdler on their track team.
He has lettered three years in
football snd is after his fourth
this year.
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Rv .Tim Knstal
The 1950-1951 Intramural Fall
Tennis Doubles Tournament is
rapidly drawing to a close with
the crowning last Friday of All
Fraternity, Independent, and
Consolation Champions.
The All-University Doubles
Champion will be determined in
a match between Walt Weaver
and Don Blocker, the All-Fraternity
champs, and Jimmy Col
lins and Phil Sorenson, the In
dependent titleholders.
The Fraternity Consolation
winners were Bob Kubitschek
and Bud Hamilton, both mem
bers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon
The new fraternity team
champion is Sigma Nu, replac
ing Phi Delta Theta, last year's
champion. The Sigma Nu's fin
ished with a total of 70 points,
fifteen points above Theta Xi
and Phi Delta Theta, who both
had 55. Following the three lead
ers were Beta Theta Pi with 40
points, Sigma Chi with 20, Sig
Alphs with 15, and Farm House
with 10. Tied for 8th place were
four teams with 5 points each.
They were Alpha Tau Omega,
Beta Sigma Psi, Phi Kappa Psi,
and Kappa Sigma.
Not Included
The consolation bracket was
not included in final scoring be
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Frat Tennis
B locker Win
cause only two matches were ac
tually played. Nevertheless, in
terest was high as a total of 142
players entered the tournament
and played first round matches.
For the new All-Fraternity
champs, Walt Weaver and Don
Blocker, both of whom are mem
bers of Phi Delta Theta, it was
a long road to victory. They de
feated Bob Crook and Bob Bale,
Theta Xi, for the crown.
The newly-crowned Independ
ent champs, Jimmy Collins and
Phil Sorenson, defeated Carl
"Wear and Tim Nelson for their
Bob Kubitschek and Bud
Hamilton, Consolation winners,
earned their title by virtue of a
victory over Bob Carter and
Don Maxey, Sig Eps.
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