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Monday, October 29, 1951
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Flie Benehviarmer VlfilDd
By BOB BANKS I M
This is the story of Tommy Carodine, a boy who might have
become one oithe best football players to Corahusker annals.
As a student at Boys Town high school la Omaha, Carodine't
record both In the class room and on the rridiron was phenomenal.
Scholasticalfcr he was in the upper one-fourth of his class and was
Mayor of Boys Town, the highest honor a student cam attain at
An all-state halfback for two years, Carodine indicated be w
one individual who could combine his abundant athletic prowess with
a sreat deal of solid intelligence.
Under Coach Skip Palrang, Carodine led Boys Town through:
some of its greatest years in football He was a real triple threat of
the old school, combining his skillful running along with a capable,
throwing arm and some good punting. Boys Town did not limit its
schedule, it played intersections! games as well.
Carodine was the toast of high school football circles. Colleges
early began bidding for his services. After all, here was a bay
earmarked for success. His high school record cave conclusive
evidence that a college academic load would not be too tough for
him, and, of course, here was no doubt about his football ability.
Such was the background when Carodine was graduated from
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By MARSHALL XrSHXLR.
Assistant Sports Editor
It was another dismal after-i
noon of football for the Nebraska,
football team and followers as the
Missouri Tigers dropped the Hus
kers 35-19 before 25,000 home
coming fans. I
The game opened with the Tig
ers kicking to the Huskers, The
Husker drive penetrated deep into
Missouri territory, but penalties
hurt the Husker drive and the1
Tigers gained possession of the
Tierer ouarterbacK. Jim Moot,
fired a lone pass to end Bruce
Wood in the end bom, but the-
plav was called back as the Mis-,
'souri line was cflsiae.
Bobby Reynolds was calling
the offensive plays and com
pleted a ti yard pans to Frank
i Simon, On the next play. Harold
carter intercepted a utn A orris
pass en tbe Missouri 26.
Speedy Mizzou halfback Junior!
Wren crashed off tackle and en
down tbe Nebraska 16 yard line!
from the line of scrimmage on the)
is. The ball was placed on tbe 1
yard line after the Nebraska Baei
was penalized three straight times!
Jim Hook plunged through tbei
middle on a quarterback sneak
and the Tigers went into a 6-0
lead. Defensive linebacker Paul!
Fuchs successfully made the ex
tra point and the Tigers kid 1-0,
at tbe end of tbe first Quarter.
Tbe Huskers started the sec
Mid quarter with tbe ball in
their possession on the Bengal
36 yard line. Bob Reynolds fired
a bullet pass to Frank Simon on
the 11 yard line.
Kay Novak and John Bordogna1
combined their efforts to bring:
the ball down to ttae five yard
line. Bobby Reynolds then plowed
through for his first touchdown of,
the season, being forced to carry;
several Tiger taduers across tbe
double stripes with him. Bobby!
Decker's attempted conversion1
was good and tbe Huskers knotted;
the score, 7-7. j
A long pass Srorn Tony Scardino
was complete on the Nebraska'
four yard line wnen imh. Hopp
ATO 'B' Gridders Defeat Si gma Nu;
Sigma Phi Epsilon Wins By Forfeit
TOMMY CAEODIXE Will he be allowed to put bis shoulder !
pads back on n 1952? ((Daily Nebrask&n Photo.) j
Boys Town an 1848. IDespite the Sate cast his way in early life, lhe!
.had come through and was a icredit to Boys Town.
Theoretically then, here was a young fellow who really was aiii
athlete, a scholar and .a gentleman.
Following graduation, Carodine passed mp Ms own University
In favor of Loyola oHe?e at Los Angeles. But here the appar
ently perfect oene was due If or a rapid reshuffling. Not due to the
lack of his football ability, hut because he could not erack the
hooks and would not attend classes, Carodine was expelled (from
Loyola. During his last semester, he failed three courses.
According to a Loyola administration (official, tone of the failures
resulted because Carodine would mot attend (classes.
Carodine then returned to his iown state and enrolled iin tfhe
University. He was (ushered in with .all the publicity (due any ireturo
iing hero. Nebraska was apparently to offer Ihim a second chance.
However, there iis some iconfusion iin Carodine's entrance.
According to a University Herniation, "'an applicant for admission
coming from another university or ollege must file in the .office
of the Director of Admissions an (officially (certified ttranscript f !
work already .completed, showing 4he rnuent to he iin good -standing
and "entitled 4o an honorable ifliHrnissal."
A high Nebraska administration 'official said that '"Carodine was
admitted to the University iby virtue (of (his 'high school irecord, and
Nebraska had mo knowledge that he had previously attended .another
'"His grade transcript from Loyola came after 'he was (enrolled the outs,
By JOTA HELMSTADTEK
WAA Spores Columnist
While the Nebraska football
team is out of town for the week
ends maybe I can swing a little
bit of the Nebraska sports spot
light to the feminine side.
Sporting events at N.U. are ;
not completely confined to the I
male students. If anyone is du
bious about this last remark,
rm sure Ginger Nye at the
Delta Gamma bouse can show
you. "concrete" proof that sirls
are active In sports. The cast
she has been wearing Is a result j
f a soceerball Injury. This col- j
mm wQl be dedicated to spot
lighting girls' sports and the j
girls who participate la them.
The first spotlight falls on the
Kappa intramural soccer team. It
defeated the Delta Gamma team:
12-6 4b become 1951 Intramural
With side line cheers and the
HOTC band music in the back
grounds Patsy Peters started &f
the game by Mcking a double.,
Mary Hubka caught a Kappa iQy
to put the Kappa one-third on-the:
the -way to the outfield. Patsy Pe-;
ters (dramatically slid on home to
score the first Kappa run, Betty
Coad also scored to make the score
2-0 before giving the JDGs a
chance to Bdck, i
Jan Champine and Mildred
Teakley kicked singles to sret
the DGs on tbe way. Patsy Pe- !
ters, Eappa pitcher, catches
Laimy Esch's and Phyllis Lou
don's flies. Mary Hubka comes
up to ret away a hard kick
down center field to tiring
Champine and Teakley home to
score, Shirley Sidles hooted the
hall far enough to enable her
to make it home for DG run
number three. Jean Wilson
caught a Delta Gamma tfly to
put the DGs (out in the field.
A fly knocked by Andy Hunt
ting brought iin Marilee .Holm-'
.cfuist and Jloe SeHeck. Carmean
Bayer was sua om on ora mmie Epsflorii 10B:; Kappa P
teammate Andy Emitting .scored i80.. ta 70- Alpha
lor luie niitu!. xau Omega, &.
Who gat another run before the
The last Ihalf iof the second ta
ming started out with Sara DeVoe
scoring (on Anny Leuflers' iffy,
Marilee lEolmauist catches Teak-
ley's fly to account for one iof
was called for interference
the intended received.
Junior Wren scored n the
next play and the Tiger rooters
sensed that their lowty Tigers
were playing fine football this
dreary afternoon. Paul Fuchs
converted tbe extra point and
the Tigers led U-".
Bob Schoonmaker intercepted a
Don Norris aerial and scooted 4S
yards for a touchdown. I
It was a few plays later that the
Comhuskers came up with one of
their fanciest plays of the day
when Bobby Reynolds circled
wide around end and handed off
to -Jim Cederdahl on a double;
reverse that carried tee Huskers1
from tbe Missouri 42 to the 17. j
The Huskers "sere pushed back
to tbe 26 through a penalty and
several losses when Norris hit
Novak on the five yard line.;
Freshman Jim Cederdahl broke
into the scoring column for Ne
braska as he slashed over from
the five. Decker's kick was block-!!
ed and Missouri held a 21-13 lead.
Nebraska kick to the Tigers in
the second half and Hopp bright-;
ened hopeless Nebraska faces with
an interception on toe .Missouri
49 yard line. j
The Huskers drove down to the
Missouri Bine yard line, with. Bar-;
dogna doing most of the dam-:
age and then Host the ball on a
fumble which was pounced ipan;
by big Paul Fuchs on the Ne
Fullback A3 Androlewicz went
to the Nebraska 49 on the next
play and tbe Tigers rolled down
to the Nebraska 16. When it ap
peared that tbe Huskers lost their
heart, George Cifra fell oa a loose
ball oa the Nebraska 11 and the
Cornhuskers 'prevented another
Bengal six pointer.
The fourth quarter was about to
contrast in every way, shape and
from with the third quarter, which;
saw no scores being made and
mostly straight, power football be
ing employed by both teams
Jack Fox opened the sronir
parade with a five yard Jaunt
after taking a pitchout freta
quarterback Hook. Fuchs found 1
the target again and scored a
bullseye as the Tigers romped 1
Hook then pitched a pass worth
six points into the arms of Bruce,
Wood and Fuchs was cwiverung
with aggravating, monotonous re-;
gulanty- The Tigers &ed 35-13 and
it was all over but the shouting.;
With 45 seconds yet to be play-i
ed in the rout, freshman ace Bob
Smith took the kickoff on tbe Ne
braska 9 yard stripe and raced SI
yards for a Nebraska tally and the,
longest run of the day for either
squad. Deckers kick was again
The Husker attempted an "tan-.
By DOUG WDjCC X
Sports Staff Reporter
In the intramural grid program!
last Thursday, Alpha Tau Omega'
B" squad played Sigma Nu "'B"
squad in a tot sparked with the
had haiidling of Mat Baley, the
competent (quarterback tor the
ATOs. The final soore was
in favor of the ATOs.
An interception by Lyle Blue
f a Sig Nu pass followed by
his racing to the Sig Nu 5 yard
Sig Eps Win
Sigma PM 3Spsflcm won the in-'
tramural tree throw team (cham
pionship with a jgrand total of
1578 points. Closely Mlowing the
2wg Eps were the Sigma Chi'c
with 255 points.
Way behind in third place is
Phi Gamma" Oelta with 166
points. Near -the leaders is Delta
Upsflon and Phi Delta Theta with'
14 B and 141 points, respectively
Following these ;are Sigma A3
line set vp tbe first touchdown ,
for the ATO suuad. The TD was
later made from five yards out. j
'The try f or the extra point was!
mo good. !
Later Baley passed 40 yards
onto the hands of Bui Weber,!
who caught the ball and scored.!
The try tor the extra point was
good cm the same combination
pass to Baley to Weber. i
Tbe tmal ATO score came n
a pass from Baley to Gene Cotter.;
'The conversion try was mo -good,)
so the txnai score stoost at is
points for the winners. i
The Sag Nu "B" team scorea
;six points in the game, tout their
is mot immediate nxiformatian
available on how She TD was
The (outstanding members f
the winning ATO team were
Mat Baley n offense, and Gene
Cotter n defense. Some fine
blockers for the ATOs were
Jerry Golding and Sger
and attending clansB in the University, and Loyola nave ihim an hon
orable dismissal, 'but ''his record indicates that he dtd very poor
"Since his high -school reaord was good, the University icould see
to point in (dismissing him (despite his mediocre irecord art ILqyola.
However, had the University been aware of his Loyola scholastic
marks prior to 'his transfer, Carodine might mot have been admitted,"
'the 'Official asserted.
How Carodine ananuswfl to get an honorable (dismissal from
Loyola in view of his -scholastic -standing iis (difficult to understand.
Even more (complex the mtinner iin Which he .entered sthe Uaiiversty
"Wfhout someone's heing aware of his Loyola irconrd. Obviously., !
here is a case violating the University regulation stating that a
transfer student must he iin good standing at his previous ooliege
hefore he 'can enter sthe iOniversity. Certainly some light meeds o
he shed on such a situation.
According to the latest report, Carodine is still" .classified .as ;a
Tegular University student, 'despite his dismissal Irom the football
team and his failure to attend .classes.
In an interview with .a Daiy Uebraskan sports Staff imember,
Carodine indicated that he would try to anake the Nebraska football
team in 1952. In my 'opinion, (Carodine does mot .deserve .another
chance. How he got into Nebraska was more than II .could find iout.
;Qnce here, he 'continued the same .did ipractiues started at Loyola.
Any man deserves a second chance, but (Carodine had his, .and the
In a recent University (convocation address, Chancellor St. G.
GuHtavson had .the .courage fto point out She greatly-overemphasisiod i
college athletic program .that lexiHts nationwide. It is tup to he !
Nebraska student hofl.v to bank up lis Chancellor iin his (convictions
on athletics. The most ef fertive way (to help hi Ito hegin at home,
Tight here .on out own (campus. We want a good football team, hut j
it is not the most Umportanl thing in our (College careers.
The Carodine 'cuse will iplay :a hig irdle iin (detemuning where ;
Nebraaka ireally does stand on athletics. j
Joan Pike started out hy slid
ing toio (third which puts her
iin a position to wore n Jean
Wilson's kick. Wilson iin turn
scores on Marilee Bolmouist's
kick. MaDyn Vingers caught a
fly if or the Kappas' first -out.
The catch was so ood that tbe
XLOTC hand started playing.
Andy Buntting scored and
Patsy Peters kicked to soore
Carmean Boyer. Vingers (catches
another fly tfor the third iout.
.SocoerbaU !h o m e x tu n Ci ueen
Phyllis Loudon .did it again as
her teammates (Cheered. Phyllis
has 'quite a reputation for 'home
runs. Andy Hutting made a
spectacular .catch tof Mary OHUb
ka's tfly. Betty Coad scoops up .a
fly .at first, .ffoan Pike (catches
Sara DeVoe's Sly for diUt inurhber
Time prevented the last oncom-
plete inning to he (counted. ie
Katma team Shmlltt be icongraxu-
iated mx its fine playing through
out She tournament. They are very
deserving (champions. The game
was (completed in intramural tra
dition Ibv the DGs ;iving tnree
.cheers for the Kappas and the
Kappas three yells for the DGs.
Intramural Rifle Schedule
The all-University rifle shooting j '"SjuSji liim10: 1DMm Bimm iP,"
tournament 'begun Mnnduy, (Octo-;,i,n: Minupulen't T'Boohomme anfaninr.!
her 22. With ;84 teumi: (COmnetinC1 TuonUoy D;ll-llrDwi. J'aliici! a . Kanou.
in the tfive ileapues. mTL imm m EMilin) . rrh. si.
Sergeant H. F.. Moeller. United! Wdnolay r:10-lntienenUntt Hluuent
(OI the intrumurul itouriiament I Thurmiov .utou Unita au Ojoioi .. iPhi
ing, at .5:10, :4Q, ior (6 aum. Teums
laiung to appear .on time wlllil
(default the matches. "(j
National llifle Association a-iiles ii
xwill apply in conducting the,
matches. Three positions will he
lused in the tournament: 'prone, II
sitting end 'kneeling or Stunding. ;j
The 'lougues and the itaams in
(eaiih league: ji
!ltotue '1 ii
'Jnurvarilly 3 II
An ALn d 'I
'I'onii A !ii
hetn Tlll !J'l !1 ;
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Tlwta Chi '
I'hl Oamm. Palta i
diUMvanlty 2, 111
Ak Aim 'I ii
iNshraWtn .Co-op I
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Mima Aluna lu I '
hiiDKomon- Jnianlry II
Hem TtwtH J'l B
Jlt Himrui ;ihl
Tmi Kniw L.Dillon
NiwHomiirr lnfanttv :2
Ilrown I'alacc 1
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m tlMxWm 3lpki ulrti omi) Ito wlh
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SMth tift tm .THW Urn shMi
iBeta Theta iPi. DH: ThiltH CHi. 4B: lEaiim
Sigma. 21); Sigma iu, V; At Mun, 1U.
Heagc Wanot, BU; Dulta Sigma ff"i. DO:
Alpha (Gamma Jlho, QU. and ilndapendcntft.
fiehiidule Hot "Wnnday. (Oct. 2B, at ipm::
1. JtHokhum. I'hi iumma Helta w. lUuraluill.
SInt7iku, tf'hi (Gammn Delta ws. WoGatry,
ffiamo Alpha iEiiullnn.
2. Linn, I'tu .Gamma iDulta m. march, inn-
ShiimhnlK, Sigma Alpha Epsilon w. Kew
(3ll. iigma il'hi IBpailDn.
3. ffrumhull, Sigma (Chi w. Waupin, Il'hi
Cmiaday, Theta Chi wt. Sashmaiit I'hi
4. Ciirtias. Sigma (Chi m. Slogan, Helta H'au
IttmuuLiKer. X)elta FUpallon vw. IBeneduit.
Hrnma phi -Epailnn.
B. BliithiMon. Delta Q'iui Delta ws. Crum.
'I'hi 'Gamma Delta.
IBnmdtm. Kiama Phi Epsilon wb. Alkme.
I'hi uppa psi.
0. Sillier. HiKma I'hi Epsilon us. Hansen.
Siimiu I'hi Epsilon
.'fimllh. il'hi Delta Theta m. tRalston.
7. fiehiimuii. 'J'liotii (Chi .vs. Sloan, Alpha (Tuu
Clark, fiigmu Uu (vs. H.rashiem. IDulta
S. (Carver, Kigmu 'I'hi lipjilun .vs. Em man.
AlpliH 'Gumma Khn.
Il'anp, I'hi Gumma lielta .vs. Tonitxi, -fiig--
ma il'hi trallon.
B. ItellanU, Delta Higma IHI v. SloihuT.
Knveney, Sigma (Chi vi.Allon, Delta Dan
10. 3jnrworihv. Phi Delta Theta w. VolU.
aiiOut, Siuma Phi Erailon WK. Krugirc.
Sigma Phi Epsilon.
side kick" for the kickoff and
Coaqh Bill Glassfonfs stratesy
paid off. Nebraska earned posses
sion cf the ball oo the 34, but
didn't have the tas to carry them
across into promise land the clock
rapidly ticking the remaining sec
Highlighting the 'Husker attack
was Bobby Reynolds, v&o ais
plaved his all-American abilities
on offense and defense. John Bor
dogna, Ray Novak, Jim Cederdahl.
Bobby Decker and Bob Smith all
played good ball for the Husker
backfield. Scott, Mullen. BoH.
Paynich and Simon stood out in
I M Football
Ed Haggmboiham, University
director of intramural sports, Fri
day announced tbe teams m-hiA
will play in the touch football
play-off tournament begiiminj
Mor'-y, October 29-
T "irst three days of tourna-
roesu " ay mi md zs uaams par-
ticiptin.g in 15 sames. Five games
will be played each day era Man-
day. Tuesday and Wednesday. The
M rmda?, Odt. 3f
Fwia 1 S anna Alpha Diwlm &. Dent
FjeUI 2 Seta Xhata n . Sisma Jurma
Field I irNOla Tan Delta vs. San XL
Field 4 Farm Bnoac wa. Tbna Chi.
Fund A .r-Hni ul Tab Ksn 32paun.
ToesaJW, Oct. Ml
Fieitl 1 Sim Can -w. Ftai Gamma IDeBa.
Field 2 Theta 3t Betta &ma Pit.
Field S Sigma Fla Ermiua va. JUima Taa
Field JUAa Tag Omen L Sam CM
Field i ma IStitta Theta B Vs. ThStM Tag
Epsilon B snuad and Theta Chi
B" squad ended ia a forfeit of
the Theta Chfs. which Erves the
Sig ips a chance in the play-offs
next week. !
The rases ericinally scbel- I
w,m Fr 1 14 -mwm Tlaa jfttelta B
: " v - . Wj9tnHiaiot, ChB 2i
a uecwBse a me rmxa. jklbo
ef the pl5"inf seasmi ia Che
1851 intramural footbaD ean
pucn lias been rained eat. j
The teams Whidh scfljedulei to
be play-ed em Friday were tbe Tra-'
aents versus Cary SMCA, Deitta,
Tan Urfta B" scrmaiS -sierSDc Eats
Theta Fi "B souad, Nebraska ffl, JS
'Co-Op versus TJniwraty TMCA iipieBd tetme iar..
smfl Ka. Vnnrm -irn!mc K JU"mor "wumomera nor sac ammammi m
PM XinsIUm t . Si
Abu HBi Spfal
Foild 8 (Ciw TCA ws. Srer Wnoaa,
Field 4 Warriors wa. Kcwmaa Cluh.
Field Wtnneti .nf Jurmau? ames
mmem igma Alpha S3muloril-LiartB HJuallsB.
.and iBeta UHieta iFVaigma JUpba Mu.
UnurnOT .uirnctnr Miggmtiritham awninm
ttaam ito vbmob. as arlr am jstoaaftiie d Ma
With tbe eanceHalian erf these
games corning cm the last day of
the intramural season, there is
,no chance far these squads to play
off their scheduled games, so the
iteaxns bave the same status they
4tad before the cancelled games.
The irirtramiiral lay-ofis win be
icowered and be brought to you
i-that all Hinder dBmcipating muai wear
lethau wioea. Stmet ataaa n
The contest between Sigma PhajShroua The raafly ISebraskan.
Ais 25c, 1 ajtd f VSS Bon
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