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Thursday, November 13, 1952
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Returns To Limelight
The Problem Returns . . .
The problem of de-emphasis of athletics has again come to the
fort this week with the announcement by the NCAA that the Uni
versity of Kentucky would cancel its entire basketball schedule this
rear because of the use of two ineligible players on last rear's sauad.
This same problem, alsi was brought back to light when three Uni
versity or Maryland grinders revealed that they
had been offered bribes to throw a football game.
The center of this "scandal" was Jack Scarbath,
the Tarp's ace A!l-American quarterback, who
immediately notified the police of the bribe at
tempt Immediately the err has again cone up,
De-f mphastie college athletics." And this cry
shook many dignitaries of the sports world who
seem to think that progress had been made on
the greatest of athletic problems.
Hannah Criticized . . .
But in a recent column, Paul Zimmerman,
snorts editor of the Los Angeles Times and long
one of the leading opponents of athletic de-emphasis, has arrived at
the crux of the problem. He lays the blame directly on such men
as Dr. John A. Hannah, president of Michigan State University.
Mr. Zimmerman said. "Did yon read where President John
A. Hannah of Michigan State stated the other day that the moves
of the American Council on Education are beyond the comprehen
sion of the sports reader? How right he is. Bnt it isn't qnite like
the president said. What the average reader doesn't savvy is hew
Dr. Hannah ran preach de-emphasis on the one hand while over
emphasizing at his own university on the other. If yon hivent
looked lately, his Michigan State football team, after being rated
No. 2 in the country a year ago, is currently listed No. 1 in the na
tion. Now the good doctor may think that proves nothing, bnt to
the sports readers and yon can't fool 'em, doc it means there is
qnite a program of gridiron emphasis going on at East Lansing
And then in our own words may we add l';at this is the same
Dr. Hannah that fervently preaches the de-emphasis of college ath
letics on one hand and on the other has a roster of football warriors
who hail from all pprts of the nation. This is the same Dr. Hannah,
who emphatically states that his football teams will never partici
pate in a bowl fiame, yet who was instrumental in adding the name
of Michigan State to the list of Big Ten Conference schools a con
ference which has a long-term contract with the Pacific Coast Con
ference to yearly appear in the Rose Bowl on January 1st.
What Has Been Done? . . .
Thus far three steps have been taken in the problem of de-em-
phasis ol athletics, tirst, a group ot university residents were
asked to study the problem and make its report and recommenda
tions to the nation's schools. Second,
Sf--, (SMS J 0
.5 V P- . W v."
The Husker end situation, which
has been a great problem all sea
son to Coach Bill Glassford, took
another hard blow Wednesday.
Dennis Emanuel, who plays
both offensive and defensive
end for the Scarlet eleven, was
declared ineligible to play the
last two games of the current
The junior wingman started on
offense and defense against Kan
sas last week. He was named to
the Associated Press all Big Seven
team last year as a sophomore.
The dean's office has in
formed the athletic department
that Dennis Emanuel, outstand
ing defensive end for the past
two years, has been declared
ineligible because of scholastic
deficiencies,' Glassford an
Offensice starters at the end po
sitions this week will be An iy
Loehr and either Emil Radik or
Bill Schabacker. Schabacker and
George Paynich, senior two
year Jetterman at end, was
counted out for the season when
Counnr Lincoln Journal
IN FINAL HOME GAME Kay Curtis, 8-foot. 200-pound senior
from Laurel, has been one of the Huskers' most dependable front
line blockers. The 11-year-old offensive guard was singled out for
praise by Nebraska coach. Bill Glassford, following the Husker
14-13 onset of Kansas last Saturday. Curtis has started at the left
guard spot In every Scarlet contest this year. k
4 i Uc ' '"' i either Jerry Yeager or Ken Moore
Cjr ? t J.v u wui hold down the defensive wing
spots, the Husker coach said.
The loss of Emanuel brings
the total number of end trage
dies which have fallen upon the
Nebraska team to six so far
By BILL MCNDELL
Intramural Sports Columnist
Fraternity ,B" football com-
upon recommendation cf the pleted its first round playoff
President's post-season bowl games were banned in several major ; battles Tuesday evening as Phi
college conferences And third, upon recommend a tion of the presi
dents, many rchrtols have inven up spring football drills.
Apparently these solutions have not done anything to solve the
problem, and a new solution must be found and practiced. A week
from today in this same column there will appear a dicussion of Bee teams of Phi Kappa Psi,
present attempts, their enforcement, and our opinion where the Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Delta
Delta Theta "B moved into the
semi-finals with a convincing Kenzie and
23-0 win over Delta Upsilon
The junior Phi Delts thus join the
finalists Phi Kappa lsu At least
one and possibly both of these
teams will have the records
marred before the end of the
season Monday night
It was the passing of Steve Mc-
a stout defense that
Courmy Tke Star
EMANUEL ... was pronounced
ineligible for further competi
tion, Wednesday, because of
George Mink, who led Husker
pass receivers until the Colo
rado game when he broke a
collarbone, is out for the sea
son. The soph pass-grabber was
among the top receivers la the
conference until his exit
Jerry Yeager, who may get tht
call for a starting birth Saturday.
was out of the picture for six
weeks with a broken thumb. Hi
return will aid the thin end sltua
Glassford reported Wednes
day that the team Is in top con
dition except for Jim Yebley,
soph defensive halfback. His in
jury has been slow In healing,
bnt he is expected to be ready
for the Oklahoma game at Nor
man on Nov. 22.
The Huskers went through soma
tough scrimmage plans Wednes
day, with the stress on defense.
The main threat which Min
nesota offers is in the form of
AH - America candidate Paul
Giel, whose season's efforts are
comparable to those of John
Bordogna of Nebraska.
Giel has carried the ball 148
times in seven games for a rush-
tip ing gain of 492 yards, an average
a perforated ulcer laid him
just before the opening game with ,of 3.3 yards per try. Bordogna has
Bill Giles transferred to Col
lege of Pacific, and Ted James
gave up his grid togs to crack the
i books. Both saw duty last year
but did not return to the squad
actual problem and solution lies.
Lead Gopher Offense
: ! K - - li -Y t-.?--
v-4 ,' w ' C-' " 1 1
Tau Delta as the remaining con
tenders for the 1952 intramural
Phi Delts Blast DU
The Phi Delts were masters
all the way in coasting to their
first round victory. In blasting
the DCs, the winners thus dis
posed of the ton-ranked fratern
ity "B" team and the last un
beaten Bee outfit. The only un
defeated grid teams remaining
in this year's action to date are
the independent champion Mus
tangs and the fraternity "A"
make it 14-0.
It was Glorfield and McKen
xie again midway in the last
frame; this time the tally came
in the form of a SC-yard heave
and Jim Reissner was accred
ited with the extra-point
The DLTs tried desperately to
get moving but after, three tosses
had fallen incomplete, DU passer
Ken Smith was nailed behind his
goal for the final two points and
the game was over.
Phi Psi's Meet SAE
Thursday's "B" action will find
the Phi Delts meeting Delta Tau
Delta in a rematch and Phi Kappa
Psi facing Sigma
The Delts own a
1M Cage Managers
The I-M Department an
nounced today that it has sched
uled two meetings early next
week pertaining to the coming
basketball season. Monday, Nov.
17 at 5 pjn. has been set for
an officials meeting. All men
interested in officiating daring
the coming season are asked to
be present at that time to sign
up and ga ever this year's rule ison victory over the Phi Delts and
carried on 131 occassions in eight
contests for a net of 495 and a
average of 3.8 per rush.
The Gopher triple-threater has
tossed 67 passes for 28 comple
tions and 322 yards; Bordogna hat
completed 29 of 67 for S28 yards.
Battle For End Spot
h and Phi Kappa V
i Alpha Epsilon. ? --A . v , i ,
12-7 regular sea- - ' , - I
In Total Offense
John Bordogna, Nebraska's top;
flight quarterback, is the Big!
Seven's representative in total of
fense in the collegiate football '
All intramural basketvall
managers are asked to attend
the meeting slated for Tuesday,
Nov. 18. at S pjn. This will be
a general meeting and will
ready the teams for the 195!
action which is slated to get un
der way the following evening.
Both meetings win be held in
Boom 114 Physical Education
Basketball schedules win be
available to all managers Man
day, Nev. 17.
50 OF GOPHEE BACK FIELD . . . John Baamgartoer and Don
Swansea comprise half of the starting Minnesota backXield which
take the field agains Nebraska this Saturday in Memorial Stadium.
Baumgartner is a CI, 209-poand sophomore and gets the sod at
fullback, while Swanson. another sophomore gets the nod at qxar
terbsck. The entire Gopher baekfleld is composed of uderclass-tnen.
IAA Golf, Tennis
Golf-Phi Psi's, Tennis-Redman,
Moore To Title (Phi Delts Cop
Phi Kappa Psi and Jack Moore i phi TVH Th.ia aa TVant t?
are the 1952 intramural fall golf man wert ciwned leam and in-c-hampions.
The Phi Psi's, with dividual champions of the 1952
Moore at the stick, grabbed off intramural fall tennis event at the
the point-total cf 51 to grab the activities completion last week,
second I-M title won this season. Redman, representing Nebraska
award of the 3 952-53 season
the Cross-country run?.
won for the Phi Delts Tuesday.
McKenzie's tosses accounted for
Although John dropped from 121 of the winners" points and the
eleventh to a tie for twentieth in pni Delt defenders kept the DU
the national standings, he passed Bees in their own territory all
the 1,000 vard net yards gained afternoon.
category. Bordogna and Bernie The victors knocked on the scor-
Haluska cf Wisconsin each have ing ccxr twice in the first period
a total r 1,023 yards.
will be favored slightly on that
account. The Phi Psi-SAE match
appears to be a toss up.
The big game Thursday will be
the championship fray in the fra
ternity A" division between Phi
Kappa Psi and Sigma Phi Epsi
lon. The Phi Psi's were tied with
the Mustangs as the top teams in
the University in the pre-playoff
ratings while the Sig Eps are de
fending "A" and All-University i
The Phi Psi's are one of the
two remaining unbeaten outfits
this year, winding up en the
long end of eight straight deci
sions. They have accumulated a
total of 1SS points during those
eight frays while limiting their
opposition to 26. The Sig Eps
possess a 7-1 mark to date and
have tallied 127 points to their
The two finalists have faced
Connor Liacda JommI
Ken Moore, 180-pound soph-
DEFT.XSIVE REPLACEMENTS .
more, and Jerry Yeager, 175-ponnd Junior, are battling tor Ul
starting defensive end spot in the Husker lineup vacated, by Den
nis EmanueL Both Moore and Yeager are shy on experience,
Moore seeing action against South Dakota and Yeager just return
ing to the lineup after being sidelined with an injury.
Huskers Meet Kansas
Nebraska Comhuskers face
Kansas in the first game of the
seventh annual Big Seven Pre
season Basketball Tournament at
Kansas City. It will be at 8 p m..
Dec 26. Kansas won the meet last
Washed and Dried
Cheap lau BtatUaf Loniry Mmm
16th A N Drive in Parking
Moore flashed threurh the
championship flieht. tieiratlng
five men. to can the right to
meet the other flight winners.
He added number six by down
ing Dick Shilling t Delta Tan
Delta of the second flieht and
then copped the individual
hampionhip by edging Bob
Batlcy of Sigma Chi. 8-7 In the
Moore's performance, coupled
vith that of teammate Herb
Co-op. finished as the too oer-
ln, former of the 114 original entries.
Placing behind champion
Rodman in the 1SS2 event were
twe independent men. Den
Isberwood and Roy Colson
while Jack Shall of Phi Gam
ma Delia kept the fraternities
from being completely sbst-out
by garnering fourth place.
The Phi Delts copped the team
title with 12 points, barely squeez
ing out Delta Tau Delta and Beta
Theta Pi who tied for second with
a point-total cf 31. Although in-
The national leader is still
Don Heinrich of Washington
with L492 yards, of which a
remarkable total of L48S are
the result of passes. Heinrich
leads the oattoa la touchdown
passes also with 12.
The Big Seven is well repre
sented in the national figures for
The Oklahoma Sooners nave
two ranking members in the top
ten. Billy Vessels, by counting up
three touchdowns against power
ful Notre Dame last m'Ctk, moved
into second place with a total of
812 yards on 107 carries in eight'
V risers running mate, dwi
McPhail is seventh in the na
tion with C9( yards on 1 82 car
ries. Missouri's Jim Hook is seven
teenth in the national standings trying
with iSB varus on 114 carries in
The rushing leader, Williams cf
Hardin-Simmons. has a grand to
tal cf 26 yards in eight games
on 114 carries, Williams has the
numerical lead the one that gar
but were cot let in. It wasn't until three common foes this year. The
i late in the second frame that they , phi Psi's dropped Kappa Sigma
! tallied their initial score and after 33-12 while the Sig Eps won 7-0.
being stymied again in the third The Phi Psi's edged Beta Theta
stanza, they cut loose for 16 points pj 12-O while the Sig Eps romped
Tn the final quarter. 40-7 and Alpha Tau Omega fell
Two pass interceptions gave to Phi Kappa Psi 13-0 while de-
front close In the opening frame feating the S:g Eps 19-13.
but each time the DU"s held
their ground and took over.
Midway in the second quarter
the winners got their third
break In the form f another
interception. . This time they
were not to be denied and after
two short passes from Mr Ken
zie to Keith Glorfield had put
the ball on the DC five. Me
Kenxie fired to Herb Meissner
for the tally and again to
Meissner fer the seventh point
The third period was relatively
auiet with the Phi Delts trying to
'get past the DU 30 and the DlTs
to get into enemy
The football scrimmage at the
Kansas camp was highlighted by
itbe passing of Quarterback Jerry
'Robertson and the bull-like rush
Sing and blocking of Fullback Ga
I Fiss returned to action for the1
first time since he suffered a
shoulder dislocation Oct 25.
Coach Jules Sikes expects to use
him only on offense against the
Oklahoma Aggies Saturday.
Main Feature Clock
Varsity: "Operation Secret."
terri- 10. 3:06, 5:12, 7:18, 8:J4.
tory. i Mate: Ttie Quiet jwan, ls1.
Starting the final sianza, the 4 06.6:43. 8:20.
losers gambled on fourth
and lost the Phi Delts taking over
on the DU 24. Two more McKen-
zie to Glorfield aerials nudged the
ball to the one where the first
ners trees out vessels nas me ;t-o point-makers again combined
better average based on rushes to give the Phi Delts at 13-41 iead.
iiom scrimmage. Glorfjeld gathered in the toss to
Mayer who dlh7 Wis "of formers turned to;
Sampionship flight, gave the I'TT SlJ
Phi Psi's the boost ihey neeaea -- - "'I
to toe team crown. Alpha Tau,w y because they
Omega nJ runnerup Fpot entered as a team.
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Complete final team standings
were: . , !
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Phi Delta Tbeta 26
Phi Gamma Delta 18
Delta Ta Delta 16
Kappa Sigma J
Beta Theta Pi
HE Sigma Phi Epsilon
1L Sigma Alpha Epsilon...
NU Rifle Team
1. Independents IS
2. Phi Delta Theta 12
3. Delta Tan Delta 11
t e Beta Theta Pi 11
S. Phi Kappa Psi !
C. Phi Gamma Delta t
1. Nebraska C- t
t. S;gma Alpha Ma
9. Presby House S
tie Acacia S
11, Sigma Chi I
tie Alpha Tan Omega 4
12. Sigma Alpha Eptilon ... 1
14. Sigma Phi Epsilon X
15. Delta Sigma PI 1
Rivera On Probation
Baseball Commissioner Ford
WirV- Tilard mjtfiplrlpr Jim 1?ivTl
Th l7r.ivTdtv riCe team, with ion "indefinite urobatkaj" and
a victory over Kansas last week-j made the Chicago White Sox re
end, is preparing for a match to sponsible for his conduct on and
be fired against the University of 1 off the field. Rivera w-ai charged
South Dakota at Vermillion, Nov. with assault Sept 29 in Chicago.
22 He was exonerates by the grand
Th r.nrr,mKer marksmen won jury Oct 18.
frrm lfsntat VT 1577 tO
ilender margin of six points. The
Mebraskans scored as follows:
William Morris, 279; Paul Jordan,
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