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Wednesday, October 15, 1952
Phi Pelfs, Musltan
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
By BILL MUNDELL
Jntiamural Sport Columnist
Intramural grid action Monday
produced a clearer view of the
powerhouses of the Independent
leagues mid a more muddled pic
ture of who is the top outfit in
the Fraternity "B" situation.
Unbeaten Navy ROTC and
(he all-victorious Mustangs con
(inued to point toward their
Oct. 20 meeting at Ac College
by whomplng Nebraska Co-op
and the Jokers, respectively.
The Middies powered across 13
points in the opening period of
their battle and then coasted to a
13-0 victory over the Co-opers.
Dick Grant passed six yards to
Verone Gibb for the first Navy
score and then Larry Dunning
nrnctically insured the third
ROTC victory by intercepting a
Nebraskan pass and dashing 45
yards to paydirt.
Mustangs Blank Jokers
The Mustangs likewise
counted 13 points in the first
period in racking the Jokers 10-
0 for win number three. The
By BART BROWN
Sports Staff Writer
Bob Oberlin, a sophomore, has
been giving ,Verl Scott plenty of
competition at center this year.
Bob started the first three
games of the 1952 season at of
fensive center, and showed a
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before this season Is over. '
Jokers, seeking their second
straight victory, kept the Mus
tang ace, Jack Mankameyer,
pretty well covered throughout
the afternoon but reckoned
without the performances of
Marv Green and Scott Cast.
Green tallied twice on five-yard
runs while Cast really went to
town with a flashy 53-yard scam
per to the double stripe. Passing
was mostly a threat from the win
nets as they continued their power
performance of staying on the
ground for long gains.
Rockets Romp, 19-0
The Rockets took over third
place In league VIII by slashing
Delta Sigma Pi, 19-0. The win
ners concentrated their scoring
In the middle two stanzas as
they romped to their second win
after losing the season opener
to Navy ROTC.
Ron Powers passed to Jim
Worth to open the Rocket scoring
and Hal Andrews boosted the to
tal to 13-0 at halftime by flipping
to Marv Lawton. The game's last
counter came via a tricky oper
ation that went to Andrews to
Lawton to Andrews to Chuck Jen
sen. The procedure covered 33
yards as Jensen ran the last four
Presby Leads League
Presby climbed Into a tie for
first place In league VII by
dumping the previous leader
Coiirtny Lincoln Journal
great deal of promise. He was
sidelined last week against Kan
sas State with a virus Infection. .
As a freshman last year Bob
played mostly an outstanding
defensive game, but this year he
has branched Into both offense
and defense. He has played
tackle, center, and linebacker
during his football career.
"Obe." as he is called, hails
from West Allis, Wisconsin,
where he was an honor student
in high school, and played foot-'
ball, basketball, and track. He
stands an even 6 feet tall, and
weighs 200 pounds.
Lack of experience has been
Bob's main trouble this year,
but he will be getting a lot more
Louie Laflin Wins
Mystic Lou Laflin won tne
fourth rrvRtal Ball contest, ne
picked all the games correctly. He
was the fourth entry.
Second place went to jonn
Sveen who also picked an tne
games correctly. He was the fif
Ron Pilgrim's 11th entry was
good for third place. He missed
the Missouri-SMU game. SMU
won the tilt.
The games that were missea
the most were: Missouri-SMU,
MintiAsntn - North western and
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Inter Varsity, by a 19-9 tally. It
was the first loss in three games
for I-V and Presby's second
A Gordon Gay to Don Summers
pass play, covering, a total of 60
yards, sent Presby spinning to a
6-0 lead early in the first period.
The losers narrowed tho gap
slightly with a safety Just before
the end of the stanza.
The same passing team boosted
Presby to a 13-2 margin midway
in the second quarter, this time
passing for 15 yards. Inter-Varsity
was not out of the game, however,
and countered with a 15-yarder
of their own to set tho halftime
score at 13-9.
The game's final score came on
a 35-yard scoring scamper by
Presby Don Langdon late in the
Phi Delts Squeeze
Sigma Chi "B" absorbed its
first loss of the year and Phi
Delta Theta "B" remained un
beaten as the Phi Delt Bees won
a thriller 1-0 In a yardage-decided
It was win number three tor
the Phi Delts and kept them atop
league V, With neither team able
to push across the double stripe,
the Phi Delts received the valu
able one point by out-gaining the
Sigs six yards to three. Keith1
Glorfield of the victors stopped!
the final Sig threat as he inter-!
cepted their pass on third down
of the overtime.
ATO's Take Overtime
Alpha Tau Omega "B" threw
league V into a four-way tie for
third place by stopping Sigma
Phi Epsllon "B", 19-18 on yardage.
It was a nip-and-tuck affair all1
the way through with the Sig Eps;
climbing to a 12-0 lead, then see-,1
ing it tied 12-12; climbing back in
front 18-12 and then watching
their lead evaporate to 18-18
Three long plays produced the
Sig En tallies. Bob Postma hit
Ron Nichols with a first-quarter
pass that resulted in 60 yards and
a touchdown. Before the period
had ended Jack Konegni con-i
nected to Jerry O'Connor for
1 5 Rifle Shooting entries due
15 Free-Throw Tourney begins
15 Bowling entries due
29 Cross-Country Run (one mile)
3 Wrestling entries due
4 Cross-Country Run (mile and a half)
8 Basketball entries due
1- 6 Swimming Meet
8-13 Indoor Track Meet
M Partin Optimistic Over
Bob's Career Great
Despite Grid Scars
hundred snd fifty-sevn of these
were In his All-Amerlcan year.
The collegiate grid career of Bob J" he points and
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By CHUCK KLASEK
Assistant Sports Kiillor
By TOM BECKfcR
Sports Staff Writer
Wrestling Coach Al Partin was
in an optimistic mood Tuesday.
"I have more experienced
men," said wrestling coach Par
tin, "this year than I have ever
had. We should have a good aea-
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COACH PARTIN . . . Head
wrestling coach Al Partin is an
ticipating a good season this
year. He has a host of expe
rienced men returning to the
squad, and expects mor after
After football season, four mem-
a bers of the football team will report.
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Returning lettermcn are Dar
rell Adamson, 130 lbs.; Perry
Leitcl, 137 lbs.; Dave Mackle,
157 lbs., Kenny Fisher, 147 lbs.
and Ed Hussman, heavy.
Forty men turned out for the
first call on Monday. Among this
group are seven boys who were
either on varsity or the freshman
Men Who wore on the sauad
but did not letter are: Don Dean,
vis ins.; Heleman Diense. 130
lbs.; Max Kitzelman, heavy; Law
rence Goll, 170 lbs.: Don Scanlon.
137 ids.; Charlie Bryant. 167 lbs
and Jerry Carrnazzo, 123 lbs.
In addition to these bovs. Par-
tin has several transfer wrestlers
who should be a valuable addi
tion to the squad next year.
Heading the list is Gerald
Smith, 157 lbs., from Oklahoma
A. & M. Coach Partin rates him
as one of the top four men In
rom uDornn, Kansas comes
Arnold Morton, a real potential
boy. Jim Klingspoind from Polk,
Neb. is a transfer from G-innell
College in Iowa. He will b' eligi
ble the second semester.
The season opens Janu-.ry 10
when the South Dakota Coyotes
invaae me coliseum.
Intramural wrestling will get
under way Nov. 3 when tryouts
begin. Matches will begin the
Boys wishing to work out may
ao so at any time as the mats
are available. Members of the
wrestling team will give assist
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Reynolds may have
his fateful shoulder injury Satur
day, but the records he established
in his three varsity years at Ne
braska will live behind him.
In the trio of years that Hob
wore the colors of Scarlet and
Cream he was plagued by In
juries. Last year he suffered a
shoulder separation during pre
season training at Curtis. He
was out of action for six weeks.
After he returned to the lineup
he saw only limited action be
cause of a llme-inltlated eye in
fection. This year after four
games, he again is forced to the
sideline with a shoulder separa
tion. Even though Bob saw action in
only one full season and two half
seasons, he still compiled an en
viable record. In 1950 Bob was
named to a host of Ail-American
football elevens; led the nation in
total points scored; and was given
the title of "Mr. Touchdown."
In his three varsity seasons
the "Rambler" had a net gain
of 2,055 yards for an average of
6.15 yards per try. One thou
sand, three hundred and forty
two of this total came in his
sophomore year. He played In a
total of 19 games.
Reynolds' right arm threw a to
tal of 43 passes and completed 17
for a total 281 yards. Only one
pass was good for a touchdown.
He had seven intercepted.
In 377 plays the Grand Island
flash netted 2,336 yards passing
and rushing. He added another
228 yards when he gather in 16
forward passes four good for
Seventy-one punts left the toe
of Bob In this three year stint
at the Cornhusker school and
traveled 2,463 yards an aver
age of 34.7 yards per punt.
Reynolds returned 10 punts for
103 yards and 11 kickoffs for 241
In three years Bob scored a
grand total of 200 points. One-
H ushers Seek
Bill Classford faces his biggest
problem of the season at he pre
pares the Cornhuskers for an
eastern invasion against Penn
State this week end.
Coach Glassford must find a
replacement for All-Amerlcan
Hob Reynolds who suffered a
shoulder separation In the Kan
sas State game Saturday. It
ended the collegiate career of
one of Nebraska's greatest
"We'll just have to put our hat
on a couplo of sophomores, Jim
Cederdahl and Bill Thayer,"
Conch Glassford said.
Both Cederdahl and Thayer
have speed and are shifty runners.
Aside from the loss of Reyn
olds, the Cornhuskers will bt
In top condition for the Penn
State battle which is Homecom
ing for Lion alumni.
Coach Glassford said he planned
no contact work this week.
Nebraska was forced Into show
ing its spread formation for tho
first time this season when Kan
sas State threw a tight 5-4-2 de
fense at the Cornhuskers. It
amounted to a nine-man line.
Reynolds and John Bordogna,
quarterback, had been trading
off on the deep assignment In
the spread, but with Reynolds
injured in the second quarter,
Bordogna took over the full
time chores in the running and
The Turtle Creek, Pa., lad did
a yeoman job, picking up 147
yards which was more than the
entire Kansas State team could
get on its rushing offense,
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