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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Friday, November 10, 1950
Here Are Your Winners
By Bill Mundell
A spirited band of Wildcats
from Kansas State invade
Memorial Stadium Saturday af
ternoon, determined to make
things a little gloomy for the Big
Seven contending Huskers. Most
prognosticators are giving . the
Huskers a wide margin of vic
tory, but the pepped-up band of
Aggies see things differently.
Upset is foremost in the minds
of the K Staters who are point
ing to this game as a Wildcat
victory. Still fresh in the minds
of the Kansas State faithful is
that 13-7 Nebraska victory at
Manhattan last year. The Wild
cat is still burning over that
defeat, especially since the Husk
ers did nothing to win except
in the first ten seconds and the
last minute of the first half.
Ron- Clark's opening kickoff
runback of 100 yards was a blow
to the Aggies hopes and they
are determined not to let any
thing resembling that happen
Kansas State's Ralph Graham
saw his charges come within the
proverbial whisker of winning
a Homecoming game for the first
time in eight, years as they
pushed and passed their way at
will against Iowa State last Sat
urday only to come out on the
short end of a 7-13 score. Three
times the Wildcats were within
the Cyclones' 10-yard line only
to see the TD doors close
something they are determined
won't happen against the Husk
ers. But the word from Manhattan
Is that the Iowa State game is
long forgotten and the only thing
they are concentrating on now
is how to stop "Nebraska and
the sensational Bobby Reynolds."
The Staters are expected to be
at full strength in the line, with
the possible exception of end
Glenn Channell, still hobbled by
an early season knee injury. But
in the backfield, it's another
story. Halfbacks Hi Faubion,
Ralph Tidwell and fullback El
mer Creviston are definitely
counted out of the fray and half
back Gene Gill still is a question
mark. All have bad knees.
Although his squad is definite
underdogs against the resurging
Nebraskans, Graham figures his
crew still has a few surprises
left in their battered war bag.
One of the big reasons for
optimism In the -Wildcat fold this
week wag an outstanding passing
job done by quarterbacks Frank
Hooper and Lane Brown. Last
Saturday Hooper hit on four
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Shooting for their twenty
eighth straight win, Oklahoma
clashes with Kansas Saturday in
a third consecutive, gruelling
The assignment is fraught with
risk for Coach Bud Wilkinson's
Sooners. Coached by Jules Sikes,
Kansas has a 5-2 record. The
Jays' only defeats were by seven
points each. In the two battles
against identical opponents, Kan
sas measures up to Oklahoma.
Each conquered Iowa State by
two touchdowns and Colorado by
"This 19 the most dangerous
offensive team we've met since
the Texas Aggies," Wilkinson
has told the Sooners. Kansas
has averaged 31.1 points to Okla
homa's 30.1. However Oklahoma's
defense has been the more solid,
allowing 11 per game to Kansas'
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WALT SPELLMAN ART BAUER
passes for 110 yards while Brown
connected on two for 43 yards.
The K State outfit will em
ploy two versions of the T for
mation against Nebraska, one,
the regular T which the Husker
defense has handled success
fully; but, two, the split-T which
the Scarlet defense found run
ning them ragged last Saturday.
Coach Bill Glassford sent his
gridders out into the cold Thurs
day afternoon for their drills to
start getting them used to it.
Saturday's game will undoubted
ly be played in near freezing
Two Iron Men
Ron Clark was added to the
one-man list of Charley Toogood
and will start on both offense
and defense. Clark, usually a
starter as safety man on defense
will be called upon to fill the
shoes of iniured Bill Mueller
who may not see action Satur
day. Toogood has been starting
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So suave for formal evenings . . . inspired
when it's less than formal
at tackle on both platoons the
past few games.
Guard Art Bauer and tackle
Walt Spellman have -been named
co-captains against Kansas State.
Both are starting on the offensive
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Helping Bill Glassford in his
attempt to fashion a strong de
fensive line this year is Tom
Harper ,who hails from Omaha,
Tom is 19 years old, weighs
185 and stands 5-11. He gradu-
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ated in 1949 from Omaha Central
High School at which he lettered
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State (Raisin) and Stanford
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Kappa Sigs, Delta Sigs Stop
Placer's, iVu's Win Streaks
By Glenn Nelson
The intramural volleyball lea
gue standings continued to tigh
ten Wednesday as two of the
three previously unbeaten clubs
suffered their first losses of the
Sigma Nu, which had won six
straight going into last night's
matches, dropped all three of its
games to fourth place Kappa Sig
ma in League I. The Kappa Sigs
ran up scores of 15-8, 15-2, and
16-14 while moving into second
The loss, however, did not move
the Nu's from first place.
Brown Palace, another crew
which lost its perfect record,
downed Delta Sigma Phi two to
one with scores of 10-15, 15-8,
and 15-0. The Palacers are still
at the top of the League III lad
der with a 11-1 record.
Cosmopolitan Club remained
the only unbeaten team. They
added three tilts to their list of
12 games without a loss by
smashing fifth place Nebraska
Co-op 15-6, 15-8, and 15-6. The
win put Come Club well ahead
in League V.
In other League I play, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon defeated Alpha
Tau Omega twice in three tilts
with scores of 15-9, 13-15, and
15-13 but dropped to third place.
The other match in that league
saw Delta Upsilon, the last place
team, move into fourth by win
ning two out of three from Phi
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Gamma Delta, 15-6, 13-15, and
Sigma Phi Epsilon took over
first place from Alpha Gamma
Rho in the only League II match,
winning three straight. The Sig
Eps ran up scores of 15-8, 15-12,
and 15-9 to drop the AGR's into
a tie for fourth place.
Sigma Alpha Mu continued its
strong bid for League III hon
ors, downing Theta Chi two to
one to hold second place. Their
scores of 16-14, 16-14, and 11-15
dropped Theta Chi into sixth
In the same league, Farm
House romped Pioneer House
three times, 15-8, 15-6, and
15-12 to remain behind third
place Delta Sigma Phi.
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Zeta Beta Tau, That drops the
ZBT's to last.
In the only league IV match of
the night, third place Baptist
House edged Methodist House
two of three tilts with totals of
15-11, 15-2, and 9-15. The one
Methodist win moved them up to
fifth in that league.
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