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Monday, January 8,
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Nebraska's Corohuskers will
return home tonight for their
first home conference game of
the season and play host to the
troublesome Cyclones from Iowa
tSate. It will be the second con
ference contest for the Huskers
who opened the season Saturday
tiicht after this paper went to
press gainst the Kansas Jay
hawkers. For the Huskers, it will either
be trying to pot their second
straight win or else trying to
climb to a .500 percentage. The
Cyclones opened their season
Saturday against the Oklahoma
Sooners at Ames.
The Huskers will go into the
fray an even bet to keep their
Buffs to Ploy
Iowa State's Cyclones, and the
three-year gridiron jinx they
have held over Colorado's Buf
faloes, will be the target of
Homecoming, 1951, at the Bould
er school, it was announced to
day by Dean Harry C. Carlson,
Colorado director of athletics.
The Homecoming date will be
November S, 1951, at Folsom
Field in Boulder.
Defeated twice by Colorado,
In 1946 and 1947, the Cyclones
have bounced back in the last
three years to shut out the Silver
nd Gold in Big Sewn conference
competition. The five games,
vhich have only once been de
cided by more than 7 points,
nave produced one of the bitter
est rivalries in the middle west.
Laet season Iowa State came
from behind in the first game
of the year to swamp Colorado
1 4-7 with two last-quarter touch
downs. That never-say-die spirit,
displayed by both squads, has
made the annual Cyclone-Buff
tilt one of the toughest of the
season to forecast- It is bound
to produce top-fligbt Home
coming frame. The Coloradoans
are notoriously tough before their
alumni on the borne grounds.
Here's the scoring history of
the five-year series
Colorado Year low State
13 1946 7
7 1947 !
7 1948 .18
i 6 1949 IS
7 - 1950 14
at Ohio State
Still in Doubt
AH-American "back Vic Jano-
ror V wl4nr wsri4Vi OViW-t CJoja
university still 'was in doubt to
day as the school stunned the
sporting world by announcing
that Janowicz would be dis
missed from school because of
Janowicz, 1950's Ueisman tro
phy winner for being the out
standing football player of the
year, was considered s. fixture
eround the Ohio State campus.
A student who has been dis
missed because of low grades at
the -Ohio school may apply for
Teinstatement Taut at the pres
ent time Janowicz has not done
-Ousting such a brilliant foot
ball player shocked most of the
colleges in the nation and served
notice that the Buckeye univer
sity was doing its part to live up
to the Sanity code as set down
by the NCAA.
Janowicz last season performed
just about -every task in football
but that of the waterboy. At the
beginning of the season he -called
signals, did all -of the punting
when in the game, most -of the
passing, and ran and blocked.
He kicked off, passed -or kicked
for extra points, -was a field
goal expert and the number one
defensive star for the Buckeyes.
The Buckeye gridder is a jun
ior in college and has one more
year of eligibility remaining.
"Foreign students vwho want to
improve their -oral English may
take a special course of Speech
9 and 10 next semester.
The speech department will of
fer a special section of Speech 8
' and Thursdays. A third hour of
individual speech training -will be
Since a number of foreign stu
dents have requested to take sec
ond semester of such training, a
special section of Speech 10 has
been organized. The time will be
Students wishing to take this
rourse should contact Lucile E.
Cypreansen, Temple building,
Koom 102A, as soon as schedules
are complete so the time may be
Foreign students registering for
Speech 10 should have credit in
Speech B or obtain permission
from Miss Cypreansen. Both
-courses carry three credits.
home record perfect this year.
The Huskers have won all three
of their home contests to date.
The Cyclone tussel promises to
be roughest test, for the Huskers
to master at home this season,
The Cyclones own a belter pre
season record. The Iowans have
copped fix' of nine contests to
give them better than a .500
record. The Huykers on the other
hand are just below that mark.
winning five of cloven.
Nebraska's competition to date
has been stiff or, however, and
on that basis the two clubs ap
pear c,uite twn in the betting.
The Cyclones will be under a
slight jinx goinp into the battle,
Nebraska has won the last
five straight from the Staters
and haven't lost to the visitors
on their home court since 1947.
The Iowans came as close as
possible in the last two meet
Both of those contests were
overtime affairs with the Cy
clones folding in the extra period.
The first, in the pre-season tour
ney last war, the regulation
game ended 66-66. The Huskers
put on one of the blistering scor
ing specs in overtime history to
wxap that one up, the final score
At Ames the Huskers won out
56-54 in another overtime game
that saw the Cyclones lose in
the very last seconds.
Fonr Lttermcn Back
Cyclone Coach Chick Suther
land is short of TCtnrning letter
men this year as is Husker Coach
Harry Good. The Cyclones are
one iip on the Scarlet, however,
brining Jour letter winners to
Team captain Sy Wilhelmi
leads the invading aggregation.
Whilhelmi, also captain of this
year's Cyclone grid team and
winner of a berth on the Daily
Nebraskan Husker All-Opponent
team, will take oer the center
spot against the Huskers. This
22-year old senior potted 134
points for the Cyclones last year
and figures heavily in the point
getting department this season.
Teaming with Wilhelmi are
stalwarts, Gay Anderson, El don
Clement, and Jim Stange.
Against these Coach Good will
probably send Bernie Akromis,
Jim Snyder, Bob Pieroe. and
With this Husker -quartet,
Guard Jim Buchanan is ex
pected to start. Buchanan's re
turn to the lineup after injur
ing his foot in Kansas City
brightens the Husker -outlook.
The Iowa State contest will
be the last home game until the
Wildcat of Kansas State invade
Febr. 5. The Huskers travel to
Boulder to meet the Colorado
Buffs Monday. Jan. 15.
Red Sox May
Trade Willia ms
A Boston newspaper announced
Saturday that outfielder Ted Wil
liams of the Boston Red Sox
would be traded to the Philadel
phia Athletics for a first base
man and three pitchers. Although
the Bosox head office has not
confirmed this possibly the big
gest trade of several seasons, it is
believed to be true by several
sources in the know.
The newspaper said the Ath
letics were "desperate for a draw
ing card" and were willing to
trade infielder Ferris Fain and
pitchers Lou Brissie, Bobby
Shantz and Joe Coleman for Wil
liams. Shantz will be remembered
by the local fans as breaking into
organized baseball with the Lin
The dispatoh said the Tied Sox
already have been in contact with
the St. Louis Browns, offering
them Fain for catcher Less Moss
as a means of bolstering the Bos
ton catching staff depleted by the
trading of -George "Birdie" Teb
betts to the Cleveland Indians.
The Red Sox would not com
ment on the report. However,
owner Tom Yawkey said recently
that trading of Williams was not
being -considered. His -comment
followed 'reports the slugger
would go to the Detroit Tigers.
The champion -Cleveland
Browns pro grid club jolted their
National league rivals this 'week
by announcing that they had
signed quarterback Stan Heath,
one-time Ail-American from Ne
The Browns Coach Paul Brown
is .counting on Heath to provide
depth and to relieve quarterback
Otto Graham upon whom Brown
has been forced to rely for the
past five years and who has
turned into the top quarterback
in professional football.
Actors in British
Film Speak English''
A University of Texas student
was a bit skeptical about a British
film showing in Austin.
"Is it any good?" he asked the
girl in the ticket office.
"Pretty good," she said. "It's a
British film, but the actors speak
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JIMMY BUCHANAN . . . will be ifully recovered from his ankle
injury and will see plenty of action against the Iowa State Cy
clones in tonight's encounter on the home maples.
Track and Field Finals Set:
50 Dash, One-Lap Today
The intramural indoor track
and field finals begin rolling this
afternoon at 5:15 with the three
divisions battling for top honors
in the 50-yard -dash. The spring
opens the last and most impor
tant chanoe for the contenders.
This is when it will count.
Also on the opening -day's card
of finals will be the one-lap run
which will be staged immediate
ly following the dash. The ten
tative time for this event is set
at 5:25 p.m.
The Field House, Presby
House, and Sigma Chi are reign
ing as favorites in the three di
visions on the strength of pre
liminary showings. Although the
Field House in the Independent
and the Presby House in the In
terdenominational are over
whelming favorites. Sigma Chi is
seriously challenged in the fra
Sigs Not Certain
A slip up anywhere along the
way by the Sigs and Alpha Tau
Omega, Sigma Phi Epsilon. and
Phi Gamma Delta are Teady to
move ahead. On the showings of
the prelims, the Sigs have only
a little over a point bulge on the
Taus who in turn own a two
point margin over the Sig Eps.
The finals will be staged on
four separate days in this year's
meet with the -windup Thursday
Tuesday will see the running
of the 60-yard ciash and the two
lap run at 5:15 p.m. and 5:25
Wednesday -will run three
events to completion. The shot
put, 60-yard low hurdjes and
440-yard dash are these three.
Thursday, the final day -will
have both an afternoon and -evening
r-ard. At 5 p.m. the finals
of the 60-yard high hurdles will
he run off. At 7 p.m. will be
the four-lap relay followed by
the pole -vault, -high jump. BB0
yard run. broad jump, and mile'
relay. The final event is set for
Individuals -expected to star in
the finals are led by Sigma Phi
Epsilon 's Lee Alexander. Alex
ander was named the top per
former in the 194B indoor meet
and appears to be rolling toward
his second such honor.
Alexander has s whole host 1
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of top times beside his name in
the prelims and if he can repeat
in the finals, the Sig Eps will
have a tot to say as to who will
cop the team title.
Also in the fraternity division,
Hobe Jones of Alpha Tau Omega
is expected to keep his outfit
well supplied with points. The
Tans are also counting on the
performance of Don Coupens 4o
boost them to a divisional cham
pionship. The current favorite, Sigma
Chi, is banking on such men as
Dan Tolman and Bob Barchus to
carry them to the crown.
Glenn Beerline is expected to
star for Sigma Alpha Epsilon
although the SAE's are not
counted on to fight with the
In the Interdenominational di
vision, it is Dick Stansbury lead
ing the way ior the -defending
champion Presby House. Stans
bury is expected to carry home
-divisional scoring honors here.
Other Presbys expected to get
more than their share of first
places are Leo Weed, Hal Samp
son, and Bill Giles.
The Lutheran Student associa
tion is counting on Dan Lindquist
to -carry home some individual
titles and perhaps a -couple of
records. Ca German is also -expected
to star for the Ag YMCA.
Three Field House Men
In the Independent .division it
appears to be Blake Cathro, Dale
Schnackle, and Chester Scott
leading the way for Field House.
Bex Coffman will be -on hand
for the Ag Men's -Club to -defend
a few of his records as well as
probably bettering a -couple.
From all appearances, it is
shaping ,ur to be one whals of a
bHtuc 'from -start to finish with
predicted victories as well as
startling upsets all along the
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Normal Wii 16 Coupes
After a long layoff for the
holidays. Intramural cage play
returned to normalcy with 16
games being played in the first
three days after the return to
The top game on the card was
expected to be the clash between
Sigma AlpC'a Epsilon and Phi
Delta Theta. The Sig Alphs are
currently first in All-University
rankings with the Phi Dells
holding down the number two
spot. However, this game had to
be postponed and will be played
at a later date.
Alpha Tau Omega, continuing
to show improvement after its
opening loss to the Phi Delis,
turned back a strong bid from a
high-scoring Phi Gamma Delta
team to post a 45-41 victory.
The Taus led most of the way
but had to repel a last-minute
rush by the Fijis which closed a
ten point gap in the last four
minutes of play, Bosley and Sink
beil provided the scoring punch
for the winners with 12 and 10
points, respectively. Olson and
Schleiger each had 9 for the
Delta Tau Delta's George
Paynich and Kay Mladovich con
verged on a fighting Sigma Chi
to lead a successful Delt victory
effort, SS-27. Paynich hit for 14
points and controlled the re
bounds, Mladovich got most of
his ! counters on fast breaks.
Curtiss garned almost half of the
Sigs" points with IS markers.
i Sigma Phi Epsilon and Kappa
I Sigma, currently ranked fourth
I and seventh, respectively, in All
S University standings, engaged in
j a fierce battle that finally ended
i 29-28, in favor of the Sig Eps,
Both teams showed the lack of
practice by missing easy layups
and making numerous bad
passes. The score was tied 17
times until the Sig Eps, led by
center Kay Curtis, put on a final
spurt that carried them to vic
tory. Curtis finished with 10
points. The Kappa Sigs' Minikias
led his team's attack with 6
Sigma Nu overpowered a gal
lant 'Beta Sigma Psi team, 44-28.
Rose Bowl Fate,
Aired by PCC
The fate of Pacific Coast con
ference participation in the Rose
Bowl and effect of television on
the PCC was -discussed this week
in meetings held in Riverside,
Guiding fathers of the PCC
dug into the problems of televis
ing football games at the annual
winter meeting. But tbe main
topic remained centered on the
possibility, of tbe conference
withdrawing from the traditional
Rose Bowl classic
There was mo further official
comment on the startling possi
bility of junking the Pasadena
game, which was disclosed by
conference president, H, P. Ever
est, Wednesday. Definite action
will be taken at a special meet
ing, the site and date to be set
following the NCAA convention
in Dallas this week.
However, it is not f eared that
the Rose Bowl would collapse
"because of tbe PCC withdrawal.
In fact, it looms as a blessing
to the Rose officials to rid them
selves of having to make room
far one Pacific Coast team in the
classic every year, especially
since tbe coast football has been
sliding and is considerably under
par compared to the rest of the
No definite action has yet been
taken on television but certain
information regarding attendance
figures has been submitted which
proved disturbing and undoubt
edly will have a bearing on any
decision which is made.
Hardest hit were Southern
California and UCLA in the
heavily TV populated Los An
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Chicago 14, 111.
The victory was just as decisive
as the score indicates as the Nu's
height under the basket was the
big factor in the contest Tom
Stoup, elongated center, hit 12
for the winners while his team
mate. Smith, was collecting 10.
Brown Palace swept past Tbeta
XI verv handily, the score being
42-22. Stake and Staha were the
big guns in the Palacers attack.
Stake hitting for 11 and Staha
for 14. Baris and Stockwell were
about all the losers had to offer,
each collecting 6 points.
Pioneer House found a slow
moving Zeta Beta Tau team to
its liking and proceeded to regis
ter a 41-23 win. The fast-breaking
Pioneer attack completely be
fuddled the ZBT defense on sev
eral occasions. Dwehus led the
victors' attack with 10 points,
ably assisted by Berry with 9.
Stern hit 8 for the losers.
Two potent offenses met head
on in the Phi Kappa Psi-Farm
House clash with the Phi Psi's
finally coming out on top, 45-38.
Control of the boards brought
victory for the Phi Psi's as the
two Andersons continually
grabbed the rebounds, J. Ander
son led the winners with 12
points. Bob Reynolds accounted
for 3. Radin of Farm House led
his team with 12 markers, fol
lowed by Reynolds with 11.
Aloha Gamma Rho swept asade t
an impotent Delta Upsilon "A"
team, 5S-20. The AGR's scored
almost at will as the DU attack
sputtered badly throughout the
battle. Frost and Wo'temath
shared scoring honors for the
winners with 16 points each.
Beechen led the DU s with 8
Geologists, one of the top In
dependent teams this year,
Paul Brown, coach of the pro
fessional football champion Cleve
land Browns, continued Thursday
to deny reports that he will re
turn to collegiate ranks next sea
son tit one major grid institution
The most recent report that be
plans to return to Ohio State
Drought this reply:
Til be back with the Browns
next year to tbe best of my
Brown, mentioned every time
a vacancy appears in coaching
ranks, has been specifically men
tioned in connection with open
ings at Stanford, Southern Cali
fornia, Minnesota and Ohio State,
Coach Brown is in Los Angeles
to coach the American conference
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snowed-under Red Guidons,
58-19. The Geologists, boasting
one cf the tallest teams in intra
mural play, were paced by Yel
kin with 20 points, followed by
Carter with 10. Keister was th
whole show for the losers with
Phi Csppa Phi nod out Beta
Theta Pi in the last minute of
play for a S6-34 victory. Tht
game was close all the way with
Reynolds leading the Beta effort
with 12 points. Odman and
Loerch paced the winners with
10 and 8 points, respectively.
Another hotly-contested battle
was staged by Delta Sigma Phi
and Sigma Alpha Mu. The Delta
Sigs finally emerged victors,
S6-S5. Pcttijohn was tops for the
winners with 12 while Swedleson
and Rosenberg collected 14 and
10 points, respectively, for tht
In the third close game of the
day, Tau Kappa Epsilon squeezed
by Comhusker Co-op, 29-28.
Lliteras led the winners with 11
with Hefflefingcr collecting 8.
Oshner and Canaday paced the
losers, Oshner dunking in
points and Canaday, 9.
Ex-Husker line cssvh Corner
Jones saia this weekend he wsj.
considering the head football
coaching position at Kansas Stale
college, Jones is currently lint
coach at the University cf Okla
home under Bud Wilkinson.
Although Jones admitted not
getting an outright offer of tht
job from the Kansas school, ht
said that they did express inter
est in him and that he was await
ing their final offer before reach
ing any decision.
Jones visited the Kansas S:s't
campus at Manhattan two week
ago upon request of K-State ath
Ralph Graham resigned as
head coach and Thurlo MeCrady
resigned as athletic director to
make the vacancies,
Jones said be would meet with
K-State officials at the XCAA
meeting at Dallas, Jan. 11-13.
Jones went to Oklahoma in
1947 following a year at Ne
braska as line coach during tht
brief regime of Bernie Master
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