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Fridoy, October 31 , 1952
Howard Vann .692
Chuck Hasek .658 Duke
Amie Stem .658 Ga. Tech Mich. SL California Notre D. Michigan
By GARY FR AND SEN
Sports Surf Writer
Eight lettennen will form the
nucleus of the 1952-53 version of
Coach Harry Good s Nebraska,
basketball team. The Cornhuskers
will be out to improve a 7-17 rec-
ord and will have to face a rue-
eed 18-eame schedule as well as
the annual Big Seven Tournament
at Kansas City.
Missing will he the incom
parable Jim "Bocky" Buchanan,
one of the greatest players to
have ever roamed the Coliseum
maples. The elusive guard
smashed two records ss he
poured in 400 points for a 16.6
point average last year and
compiled the astounding threa
year total of 821 points.
Only one senior, Joe Good, is
back for another year of cage
action. Good is a two-year letter-
man who does equally well at
either forward or guard station.
Others reternlar to
the scene ef action are
renter Bill Johnson, guard
Fred Seger, forward Don Web
er, forward Stan Matske, guard
Gerry Sandbnlte, forward Paul
Fredstrom and Willard Fader,
a boy who can play either for
ward or center. Johnson. Seger
and Weber arc juniors while the
remaining four are only sophomores.
All-Star IM Grid Teams
To Be Chosen This Week
"With the regular season com
pleted and the playoffs slated to
begin today, the Daily Nebraska
Sports Desk is again receiving
ballots for the All-Star Intramural
football te a s.
As i previous years, all
teams and ssanagert are asked
to vote far the top men they
faced during the season's action,
turning if possible, a first and
In MU Game
The Comhuskers go into their
game with Missouri Saturday as'
a one touchdown favorite. j
Bill Glassford, upon bearing the
statement, said There is do such
thing as a favorite. Each team will
have 11 men cm the lield,"
Tbe Hnker eaach thinks thai
(he XT." -ML1 time 1U be
ether bita-ccarutr. affair. He
fears (be Muxwari attack, wWeh
racked up a If -4 win aver low a
State tart week to keep its lead
fa Kit Sevea standings.
Mbmeuri coach Doa raarot,
twtod for bis ability to iir kls
team to tug spirit to prods
pact victories, will be gunning
rvnaiag for a second straight
via ever XL'. Be offers depth, a
good defense, and ene f tbe
suest birbly respected pausing
id tenure i tbe MuSwert.
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I Good end Seger were both keyi
performers in the Cornhusker
scoring department of last season,
Both boys tallied 194 points for
runnerup honors, however Good
had a 8.8 average wtule Seger
former Omaha Benson flash, had
a 8.1 mark. Others who were
prominent figures in points scored
-were Matzke with 162 and John-
son with 155,
Among the newcomers are
six sophomores who shew plenty
of promise. They are forwards
Don Mnenster, Dave Fahrbach,
and Lee Dobler; guard Murray
Backhaus; and centers Gary
Benselman and Frank FaHoon.
As far as height is concerned,
the squad av
under 6'3" with
the big man
who sports a
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and 6'5M re
spectively. Trie Cwczr Intttd Joanwl
shorty is Back- Good
ha us who is the only one of the
14 who is under six feet He is
Good stated that much of Ne
sesoad team. Only these mea
that opposed the teams, daring
the regular seasoa and the play
offs shsald be considered in the
The teams are asked to vote for
seven men on each team, desig
nating backs and lineman, but
they need not place the men at
any one position. The final tabu-
jltticn will consist of four back
and three linemen.
Because of the vartoaa leagae
separattona, the final teams will
be determined by percentage ml
possible votes rather than total
Bomber of votes. Therefore, if
a team plays five games and a
maa that team receives first
team votes from all five oppon
ents, be will get the sted ever a
man wha receive six first-team
votes from sevea ppoaeaU.
Both first aad second team votes
will eooat towards the final
tobmlattoa, five poiaU far a
first-team baltot and three far
a second 'team ballet.
All ballots should be turned in
or sent to the Sports Desk or any
of the sports writers. Teams that
have not gained . tbe playoffs
should vote immediately, the
others as soon as possible. A
ballot need not contain the names
of 14 men. any number will be
counted, but 14 is the desired
HOW MUCH DO
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braska's success will depend on
the Improvement of the first
year lettennen. The Husker
head mentor also seemed to
think that Kansas State is def
initely the team to beat in the
coming Big Seven race.
The powerful Wildcats, under
the capable leadership of Jack
Gardner, have a well-balanced!
crew that possess plenty of speed
as well as height Their sopho
more crop is also to be of excep
tional ability. .
As for the mnnernp . spot,
well, Good feels the remaining
six teams should stage quite a
scrap to determine who will
foUow the heels of the high
Official practice sessions will
open Saturday for the Cornhusker
basketeers. Up to this time, the
; squad candidates have been shoot-
, ing ana scnmmagmg among inem-
Included in the attractive 18-
game scneauie wui ix uome con
tests with the University of Cali
fornia, Harvard and Springfield
(Mass.) College. The home opener)
as well as the season's initial test'
will be on December 6 when Ne-
braska will play host to the Uni-
varsity of South Dakota. All home
games start at 7:30 pjn.
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Big 7 Leading Tigers
By GLENN NELSON
The Nebraska-Missouri clash at
Memorial Stadium Saturday is
tabbed as one of the top games
of the Big Seven this season, as
the second-place Cornhuskers will
be trying to tip the Tigers from
their top rung on the conference
Coach Bill Glassford is still un
certain about his opening lineup
for the game. George Mink, of-
tensive end starter who put out
for the season with a broken
collarbone at Colorado last week.
nas left an open position in toe
NU offensive lineup.
Andy Loehr, Turtle Creek,
Pa. pS3'grabber, will no doubt
get the nod. The glue-fingered
sophomore performed grace
fully at Fobem Field la BeaUer.
If Loehr starts at left wing, then
Emit Radix, another sophomore
newcomer, may be starting on the
opposite side of the line, according
to Glassford s present pains. Ted
Connor will again open at left end
u ienr is piacea at ngnt
Several baekfield mea may be
moved Into the starting offen
sive Uncap, as the Hasher eeach
has beea working alternately
with tw backfield eembiBa
ttans tn aerlmmage this week.
John Bordogna directs both out-
as quaneroacx, wiw tsiii
P"Jer. JD5UU Korinek at
btfbcks and Ray Novak as full-
hMP a aha unit mwM Tn ralA
vmw vaa wu uiut eusvi, agu VTJC(
dahl and Bob Smith at the half
back spots and George Cifra at
full in the other combination.
The probable affenstve Bae
pbtees Harvey Goth and Jim
Oliver at the tackle positions;
Kay Curtis aad George Pre
ehaaka, gvards; aad Bob Ober
Oberlin, along with guard Jerry
Paulson, missed last week's game
See one of the finest and
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1 Kansas j Colorado
The defensive squad probably
win Include Bill Schabacker
aad Dennis Emanuel, ends;
Jerry Minnick and Ed Hus
mann, tackles; Max Kitselmaa
and Don Boll, guards; Vert
Scott aad Carl Brasee, line,
backers; Dan Brown and Jim
Teisley, halfbacks; and Cheek
Missouri, which juggled its
starting backfield before dropping
the Iowa State Cyclones, 19-0, last
wee, wiu nang on to its backs,
Tony Scardlno at quarterback,
Jim Hook at left half, Bill Rowe
kamp at right half, and Nick Car
ras at fullback.
Nebraska medics are still an.
certain whether Boh Reynolds
will be ready for action Satur
day. He will certainly kick
points, Glassford said.
Reynolds led the Huskers to a
40-34 victory over the Tigers in
1950, scoring three touchdowns
and four extra points in the wild
scoring affair. The NU-MU game
is picked by many to be another
high-scoring one this year.
Coach Glassford seemed very
concerned Thursday about his
team's spirit Tbe NU tutor said
that his men have much less spirit
now than at this time last week
before their tie with the Buffaloes.
Main Feature Clock
(gratlaha fanashaa by Tataten)
State: The Brigand," 10, J:52,
6:44, 9:36. "The Mine With the
Iron Door,,,,2:46, 5:3. 8:30.
Varsity: "Springfield Rifle,"
1:26, 3:26, 5:26, 7:26, 9:26.
Lincoln: "Everything I Have Is
Yours," 1:27, 3:29, 5:31, 7:33, 9:35.
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A Confession From on Elder
Citizen to 21-year-old Voters:
When I was a twenty-one yecr-old citizen, jo 'emment and those who
managed it didn't make much difference. Just a few people that we called
"politicians" took an interest in government As the years went by, the gov
ernment began to control our economic, social and political lives. We were
slow, very slow, to recognize that some cf our liberties were being threatened.
We didn't realize foot the planning by bureaucratic government Involved
control cl the human Individual from the cradle to the grave.
Business and professional men considered a "politician" as anything but
"an individual skilled arid trained in the art of government" What we for
got is that in any group we have good and bad people.
We turn over the management of government to the younger men and
women as a group, they control the majority vole and actually have more
concern about the future cf our country than any other age group.
We, the elder citizens of this nation, turn over a government that is indebted-
Ve mortgaged your future and the future of many generations to
come. We turn over a country that has been forced to accept bureaucratic
control that soinetimes and in many ways encroaches upon the liberties of
the individual. We turn over a government that on the record is corrupt and
degenerated by those who, through devious methods, have taken away the
reins cf ccntrcL We turn over a nation that has committed American soldiers
and American dollars to a conflict that the head of our government and those
in our State Department refuse to classify as a war.
In short, as elder citizens, we have recklessly used up the financial
resources of our nation. We have not taken sufficient interest in government
to assure that we have more good people in the management of government
than those who must be classified as bad. Ve now know our multiple mis
takes. We learn from the examples of others. Our example has not been
good. We hope thai the young voters will learn from our mistakes.
Integrity, honesty and leadership are descriptive adjectirss. They can
hardly be used to describe the present crimlnistration leaders or those who
have cow received the blessings and support of the present administration.
Ve need a fresh, new, ciean group of men in government who will man
age the affairs of our government under true and tried traditions of behaviour
and thought and philosophies.
Only a vet for Dwighi Csenhower and Senator Nixon will help solve
problems in Washington that we, the elder effisens, permitted to start through
cur lack of interest in government
Intramural Touch Football
Playoffs Will Begin Today
Intramural touch- footballers
begin playing for keeps' Friday as
the 1952 playoffs get, under way
Thirty-two teams remain in con-
tention for. the four I-M titles,
fraternity "A" fraternity "B", In
dependent and All-university.
Eight fraternity "A" outfits
place their regalar-seasoa rec
ords en the block in Friday's
enrtala-rclser. Eight more con
tins the struggle 8aturday
morning while the Independents
and Bees square-off Monday
and Thursday, respectively, In
their first-round battles.
Leading the way Friday will be
the Alpha Tau Omega Beta Sig
ma Fn and Phi Kappa Psi Pio
neer House contests. All four out
fits copped their respective league
titles and it will be featured as
the battle of giants. All but the
Taw's, sport undefeated records as
they face their crucial first-round
Adding to the spice ef open
ing day will be the contests be
tween Phi Gamma Delta and
Farm House and between Aca
cia and either Phi Delta Theta
. MLLE knows and telh'all -
By Mllc ve mean Mademoiselle the
mag, of course. And in the November
'book (issue' to ams amateurs, that is)
you'll learn the big lowdown on the state
of entertainment; U.S.A., learn that buff
is a jazz enthusiast, funnybone a comedi
an and planet a super star of stage, screen
or what have you.
The jargon, in case you haven't latched
on, is yarietese, the language of Variety
the show biz bible. In eight pages of Yarie
tese Mile covers the entertainment water;
front from video to the Met, from ballet
to discs, tells about popular, upswing
Jazz blows hot, blows cool. Some sayj
it's dead. Mile says it's far too healthy
to call for doctor, much less undertaken
Radio's being worried into quality up-j
beat. TVs the villain; every branch ofj
entertainment--pubs, pix, show biz j
sees video as its enemy, the ogre that is
taking the food from its mouth, the mite
from its mitt But pix (foreign and do
mestic) contend they're OK, thank you;
and niteries counter video with big name'
orks (bands a la pre-W II).
Complete entertainment tip-offtakes'
more room than we've got. For all hdoj
November Mademoiselle's your magJ!
Catch it October 31 on your local
Published try the U cf
Dan Tolman. ChtfTVtB
or Delta Tau Delta. ATI Friday
contests are scheduled for City
fields at 4:31 p.m.
Saturday morning at 10 a.m.
will feature the second bracket
of the "A" first-round. Slated for
battle are Delta Sigma Phi against
Theta Chi, Sigma Phi Epsilon
against Delta Upsilon, Sigma Al
pha Mu against Beta Theta Pi snd
Kappa Sigma against either the
Phi Delta or Delts.
Top contest Saturday fs fig
ured to be the Sig Ep-DU af
fair. The DUs are asbeaten '
while their opponents own an
Impressive 4-1 mark from the
tough league I and are the de
fending -A" and All-University
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