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Here Are Your Winners
Glenn Nels
Colorado Okla.
Missouri Notre Dame
Colorado I Okla.
K. Stat
K. Stat
I. Stat
L Stat
Pitt I Purdu
Ohio Stat Minnesota
Bob Serr .793 Missouri Okla.
Bart Brown I .750 I Colorado I awTT
K. State I. State
I JPitt
Wyoming L State Pitt
Tom Becker .742 Colorado I Okla. I K. State I I State
Howard Vann .707 Colorado Okla. K. Stat I. State
Purdue USC
"Purdue USC"
Purdue USC
Ed Berg
Bill Mundell
Okla. Wyoming Drake
O. State
USC Wisconsin
Stanford Northw.
USC Wisconsin
I Wisconsin I
K. State
I. State
O. State I Minnesota I USC
M. Kushncr .678 J CojoradolOkla.
Amie Stem .678 Missouri OklaT
Wisconsin Duke
K. State I. State Pitt
E. State I. State I Pitt
Purdue - Stanford Northw.
Chuck Qasek .664 Colorado Okla.
Minnesota USC
K. State I I. Stat
Purdu USC
Wisconsin I Duko
I Illinois
I Iowa
I Illinois
Grimm U
Sooner-Irish Game
Tops Week's Slate
Sports Staff Writer
The only came between too
ranked teams this Saturday takes
place in South Bend, Indiana,
where fourth ranked Oklahoma
meets up and down, 10th ranked
Wotre Dame.
Oklahoma reigns in its usual
niche as the Big Seven power
house, with only a tie in its opener
with Colorado to mar its record,
Two weeks ago the Sooneri
downed the currently 7th ranked
Kansas Jayhawks 42-20.
Notre Dame has a tie with
. Penn and a loss to Pitt spoiling
Its record. The Irish proved
their ability to upset early in
the season as they handed
highly regarded Texas a 14-3
loss, and beat Purdue, 28-14.
Oklahoma has one of the most
powerful offenses ever assembled
this year. Sooner quarterback Ed
die Crowder has a special knack
for spotting a weakness and tear
ing it apart for long gains.
Notre Dame's offense has hinged
mainly on the shoulder of sopho
more quarterback Ralph Gugliel
mi's passing, and the running of
Johnny Lattner.
The Kansas Aggies oppose a
strong Skyline Conference team
in the Wyoming'Cowboys. Wy
oming lacks its usual power
house this year, but still has
been tough.
The Aggies played an outstand
ing first half against Kansas U.
last week, being tied 6-6 at the
half, but State folded in the sec
ond half to lose 26-0.
Iowa State meets Drake Satur
day in the 52nd meeting of thr
two schools. Neither school has
much of a season to boast of, but
in this bitter rivalry the record
books are discarded.
" Drake has the top pass catcher
In the nation in Joe McClaren
who has snagged 30 passes for 555
yards and 6 TDs this year.
The Golden Buffalos of Colo- .
rado journey to Columbia, Mis
souri Saturday to meet the team
that upset the Huskers last week
10-6. Missouri had one other
supreme moment in an other
wise dismal season. In an opener
the Tigers nearly defeated
Maryland, before succumbing,
13-10, In the final moments.
Colorado has a rugged battle be
fore stopping a salty Utah U eleven
20-4 last week. Colorado has a
Rood record in spite of a loss to
Kansas, and ties to Oklahoma and
UCLA marches on in the Pa
cific. Coast Conference as it meets
Oregon State this week. The
Bruins have seven straight
and are rated 5th on a national
basis. After State this week they
face 6th ranked Southern Cal in a
battle that will probably deter
mine the' West Coast representa
tive m the Rose Bowl.
However, the Beavers of Ore
gon State proved plenty tough
for Michigan State earlier In
the season. The Spartans nar
rowly eked out a 17-14 win.
Southern Cal faces a test this
week when it meets the Bob Ma-thias-led
Stanford Indians. Stan
ford has had a long season since
winning its first four games, los
ing to Washington and UCLA, but
have shown real football prowess.
Men's Dorm Wins Cross-Country
Championship; Hunley Runs Top Race
Intramural Sports Colmunist
The Men's Dorm captured the
1952 intramural Cross Country
Run championship Tuesday after'
noon as Harold Sampson of the
Dorm rounded the final turn and
won the second heat of the event,
the mile and a half distance.
Sampson thus joined Charley
Hunley of Phi Delta as the two
champions, Hunley winning the
first heat, a mile distance, last
The Dorm finished on top of
the team point scoring with a
54-polnt total, 13 counters
ahead of second-place Pioneer
House who finished with 41
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HALFBACK ON SHELF . . . Jim Yeisley, starting rSght halfback
on the Cornhusker defensive team, will not be ready for action
against the Kansas Jay hawkers at Lawrence Saturday. The
sophomore speedster received a knee injury during practice earlier
this week. Although he has been used entirely on defense since
the first of the season, Teisley leads NU rushers with a 6.0 average
per carry.
Sampson took the lead early in. enter two men n each event.
the three-lap run and carried it
on to the final wire. He outdis
tanced Lyle Wolfe of Pioneer who
took me runnerup position at the
Sampson's 13 points for first,
coupled with the eight points
garnered by Johnny Dunney his
running made produced 21
counters for the victorious Dorm
men and padded their early
lead in the team-totals. Don
Wilcox and Forrest Doling rep
resented the Dorm In the mile
run last week and captured sec
ond and sixth places.
Following Sampson and Wolfe
in the Tuesday event came Gary
Gaines of Brown Palace, Jim Mc
Lean of the Ag YMCA and Hugh
Osmera of Acacia to round out the
first five finishers. Gaines had
captured fourth place in the
earlier event while McLean had
gaarnered eighth and Osmera
seventh in the mile distance.
Charles Hunley, who had
finished on top in the first heat,
found the extra half mile a little
too much for him, but still gave
the Phi Delts valuable points by
winding-up in sixth place Tues
day. His points helped the Phi
Delts into a third-place tie in
the final team standings with
the Ag YMCA with 35 counters.
Since this is the first year this
event has been staged, the times
turned in by Hunley and Samp
son will stand as I-M records.
Humley's time for the mile was
5:04.8 while Sampson churned the
mile and a half in 8:02.2.
Team standings were figured
Individually for both races, each
organization being allowed to
Some teams, however, only had
a single man In one or both runs
and therefore their team total
was correspondingly lower.
The final team standings for the
1952 event are:
Second Run (V2 miles)
1. Harold Hampton A4
X. Pioneer Houm 41
3. Ag YMCA 3.1
Tie Phi Delia Thtla 3.1
5. Brown 1'alace tl
. Acacia X4
7. Alpha Tan Omtia IS
8. Phi Kappa Psl 13
. Prtsbr Hons It
Tic Cornhusker Co-Op 11
12. P Kappa Phi ft
1.1. Hlcma Alpha Kpsllon 7
14. Methodist Home 4
1.1. Beta Thcta Pi I
18. Farm House 1
Individual performers turned in
the following places:
1. Harold Sampson, Dorm
2. Lrla Wolfe, Pioneer
3. Gary Gaines. Brown Palace
4. James H. McLean, At YMCA
3. Huih Osmera, Acacia
6. Charles Hunley, Phi Drill.
7. John Dunney, Dorm
5. Bob Anderson. Presby
9. Jim W. McLean, RAK
10. Gary McKenzle. Phi Delts
11. Wes Beery. Pioneer
12. Dennis Hmith, SAE
13. Charles Harris, Farm Houm
First Run (1 Mile)
1. Charles Hunley. Phi Delts
2. Don Wilcox, Dorm
3. Don Cooper, A TO
4. Lyle Wolfe, Pioneer
3. Gary Gaines, Brow Palace
6. Forrest Doling, Dorm
7. llunh Osmera. Acacia
8. James H. McLean. Ag YMCA
9. Billy Miller, Ag YMCA
10. Harry Wray. Corahnsker
11. Chick Graham, Independent
12. Wes Beery, Pioneer
1.1. Tom gchavland, PI Kap
14. Burns Allison, Phi Pl
1.1. Dob Wallace. Phi Psl '
16. Don Hummers. Presby
17. Rich Hatterfield, Methodists
15. Keith Glorfield, Phi Delts
19. Mike Holyoke, Betas
20. Woody Meyer, Acacia.
Purdue Invades Gopher
Stadium As Favorite
OU Swim f earn
Gains 5 Stars
Five South Africans will bolster
the Oklahoma swim hopes when
the defending Big Seven swim
ming champs begin preparation
for the 1953 season.
Peter Duncan, South African
200 and 400 meter free-style
swimming champion; Lin Meir
ing, 200 meter backstroke .
champ; Mel Van Helsingen,
runncr-up to Meirgln; Julian
Dyanson, 200 meter breast
stroke champion and Ernst De
Jongh, a diver, have accepted
scholarships to the university
and will be eligible for this
years competition.
The five new additions make a
total of six South Africans on the
Oklahoma roster. Last year as a
sophomore, Graham Johnston
shattered records for the 220, 440
and 1500 meter free-style events
at the Big Seven meet.
igers Dig In To Defend
Big 7 Lead Against Buffs
If Missouri's re-aligned back
field is ever going to start "knock
ing down the fences," in base
ball parlance, the Tigers' had best
be at it, beginning this Saturday.,
Through last weekend, Colo
radothe upcoming foe had
averaged three touchdowns a
game; Oklahoma was clipping
along at a 43-polnt-per-game
gaH; and Kansas owned a 35
point mean. From top to bot
tom, those are the worthies,
Missouri must encounter on
successive Saturdays.
All of 1 this means that- ,the
Tigers' penchant for stout defense
won't mean too much against
these highly-tuned offensive clubs
if Mizzou's attack doesn't begin
to come. Coach Don Faurot's
entry has outscored the opposition
over the season by a narrow 13.3
to 12.3 margin.
After a two-week trial run at
their new hangouts, the Mizzou
quartet of Tony Scardino, quar
terback; Jim Hook and Bill Rowe
kamp, halfbacks; and Nick Carras,
fullback could start to roll.
Playing with a plastic facial.
mask m both starts at the left
half position. Hook has fitted
in quickly and smoothly. The
blond senior, who was coaxed
into reporting out for varsity
ball a year ago last spring by
Backfield Coach Clay Cooper,
"takes a handoff like he's been
doing it for years" in Cooper's
Rowekamp, originially at full
back, is better cast at right half
The ex-West Point speedster was
just a stride, or a block, away
from galloping for long gainers
against both Iowa State and Ne
Scardino is a more deceptive
ball-handler at quarter, than was
Hook and a good passer out of
the T, as well as the spread. He
ran the keep for 45 yards against
Iowa State. Hook still calls
Solid blocking and a pounding
up-the-middle threat are two
basic requirements that Nick
Carras fulfills from his fullback
post. The veteran senior was
moved over from left half. On
the league's ball-carrying tables,
Hook is sixth, Rowekamp eighth,
and Carras tied for 14th.
The headline football contest of
the week in the Big 10 Conference
finds top - rung Pudue with an
imposing 3-0 record in league
play invading Memorial Stadium
in Minneauoiis. bent on eliminat
ing one of its foremost challengers
of the moment for loop suprem
acy a surprising Minnesota
eleven that owns. a 3-1 mark in
Conference competition.
The Boilermakers sit alone at
the top of the well-scrambled
Big 10 heap by virtue of vic
tories over Ohio State (21-14),
Iowa (41-14) and Illinois
(40-12). The Gophers are tied
with Michigan for second place
and have a 3-1 status as the
result of wins over Northwest
ern (27-26), Illinois (13-7), and
Iowa (17-7) and a loss to Mich
igan (21-0).
A Dad's Day crowd of 50,000 is
expected to witness this 20th
meeting between Minnesota and
Purdue since the series began in
1894. Through the intervening
years the Gophers have built up a
11-6 margin in wins, with two
encounters ending in tie scores.
Minnesota fans are praying
that their favorites, substantial
underdogs in the upcoming
clash, will reverse the 1949 sit
uation when the Engineers
from Lafayette flabbergasted
the football world by taking a
13-7 decision over the powerful
Maroon and Gold eleven that
was favored to represent the
Big 10 in the Rose Bowl that
year. The loss knocked them out
of the picture. '
This time it is the Purdue com
bination that has an edge over
the rest of the Conference teams
in the chase for both the league
championship and the Holiday
trip to Pasadena. On the basis of
comparative scores Minnesota
doesn't stand a chance in Satur
day's meeting for it has barely
squeaked by Illinois and Iowa,
both of whom were overwhelm
ingly crushed by the potent Pur
due offensive machine. However,
this is a season in which com'
parative scores have meant vir
tually nothing in the rash of re
versals that has swept the Big
10 in particular.
Sports Editor
A determined Nebraska football
team will invade the Kansas Uni
versity stronghold at Lawrence
Saturday. The Huskers, twice
beaten and rated an easy win for
the powerful Jayhawks, are look
ing forward to a rough game.
We're not going down there
Just to show up for their Home
coming crowd," Coach Bill
Glassford said, "we're going
down to play a game of foot
ball." The Nebraska squad went
through a light practice Thursday
night. No contact work was in
store, as they received their de
fenses and spent quite a bit of
time working on their offensive
Glassford's charges went
through rough scrimmages Mon
day and Tuesday following their
10-6 loss to Missouri last week.
Sophomore halfback Jim
Yeisley is the lone casualty this
week. Yeisley injured a knee in
scrimmage this week, and will
be out for the Kansas game.
Aside from the loss of Yeisley,
the team is in top condition for
the game.
Bob Smith, another sophomore
halfback, will replace the ailing
Yeisley for Saturday's contest.
Smith has been starting at offen
sive right halfback this season.
Charlie Hoag, ace Kansas left
halfback, and star linebacker
Galen Fiss have been listed as in
jured by KU Coach J. V. Sikes,
and may not see action against
the Huskers Saturday.
Hoag injured a knee against
Kansas State last week. Fiss
was not able to play against the
Wildcats, and may still be side
lined for the Nebraska game.
Both have been major factors
In the impressive Jayhawk vic
tory record.
Other injured Hawks who may
not be fully ready for action Sat
urday are Gil Reich, John Konek
and Morris Kay.
Reich, starting defensive half
back and semi-regular offensive
half, will probably be able to play.
The ex-Cadet was shaken up last
week against K-State.
The traveling squad:
Ends Ted Connor, Dennis
Emanuel, Andy Loehr, Emil Ra
dik, Bill Schabacker, Jerry
Tackles Don Glantz, Harvey
Goth, Ed Husmann, Jerry Min
nick, Jim Oliver, George Pro
chaska. Guards Don Boll, Charles
Bryant, Clayton Curtis, Max Kit
zelman, Jerry Paulson, Bob Wag
ner, Carl Brasee.
Centers Bob Oberlin, Verl
Scott, Dick Watson.
Quarterbacks John Bordogna,
Dan Brown, Duane Rankin. .
Halfbacks - Jim Cederdahl,
Charles Chamley, George Gohde,
Dennis Korinek, Dierks Rolston,
Bob Reynolds, Bob Smith, Jim
Sommers, Bill Thayer.
Fullbacks George Ciira, Ray
Fullback Battle Continues
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A POWERFUL PAIR . . . George Cifra (left) and Ray Novak
have given head football coach Bill Glassford a problem all season
long in deciding who to list as starting offensive fullback for the
Huskers. Cifra, a sophomore from Turtle Creek, Pa., will get the
nod against Kansas, although the two men will be alternating at
the spot. He is third in rushing for the team with a 4.8 average
per carry, has thrown two of four passes complete, and has caught
six passes for a total of 58 yards. A junior from Omaha, Novak
ranks third in the scoring department for the Huskers, with a total
of 24 points, as compared to his fourth-ranked rival who has 18
points to his credit. Novak's yards-per-carry average is a hefty
4.4, to place him fourth among team runners. He leads all Ne
braska punters with a 39.8 yards average. Both men are lettermen
from last year's team.
Main Feature Clock
Varsity: "The Quite Man," 1:29,
4:06, 6:43, 9:20.
State: "Battle Zone," 1:00, 3:55,
6:50. 9:45. "Rose Bowl Party,"
2:42, 5:37, 8:32.
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underdog, spirits soar at the homecoming
rally. There are bonfires, pep talks, cheers
and for refreshment, delicious Coca-Cola.
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