The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, July 27, 1953, Page PAGE 3, Image 3
MonHoy, 7uV 27, ?53 SUMMER MEBRASKAN PAGE 3 Sport Briefs By GEORGE PAYN1CH Two weeks ago we ran a col umn on golfing and football hereabouts, only to have said article decimated by ruthless ad vertising practices. (Only joking editor.) In that article we had a bit about Husker back John Bordogna, in which we predicted that he will be one of the na tion's top tailbacks this fall. There are many who have since that time questioned the statement. He can't pass and he can't hit his receiver, they in sist. To Cornhucker fans, the fact should be clear that Bordogna has looked his best when pass ing from the 4'TCU Spread" and other such similar formations employed by Nebraska in the past two seasons. When operating from the T" as a ' quarterback, Bordogna seemed rather mediocre. When he had to take the ball, turn and fade back and then throw, his success was limited. From the single wing he will have more time to throw. Also from this formation he will be able to pass the only way he en-J joys that running, leaping, passing style that seems to be his forte, and which unfortun ately is deemed by some fans as too "fancy" or flashy. About his running: there Is nothing- to, dispute. Bordogna's tricky deceptive style has al ways been his Merest asset and a nightmare to his foes. So, if John can find someone on the other end of thos bullet like aerials, he should make quite a splash in this, his final year 01 collegiate Dau. O The only real sports activity around Lincoln this summer seems to be out at Sherman Field, where a bunch f real veteran ballplayers and a hand ful of youngsters (?) are supplying- the capital city with some winning baseball after a four year drought. One of those younger Chiefs, Walt Linden, catcher, he's about the fifth Lincoln receiver this season and it looks like he has the knowhow to handle "the job,) is a graduate of the Uni versity of Illinois college of Busi ness Administration. Walt ma jored in accounting and hopes to attend law school this fall. Rumor has it that he is consider ing the University of Nebraska law school. Vance Carlson, Oncoln right hander, who hails from Mc pherson, Kansas, is- a graduate of McPherson College In the same town. Vance seems to like the college life so much that be has sub-leased ampus apart ment from or old Bus Ad fi nance prof, Mr. Broman. 1953 Cornhusker Football Schedule Here is a reminder for Husker fans of the 1953 "Cornhusker football schedule; Sept. 19 Oregon1 at Lincoln Sept. 26 Illinois at Champaign Oct. 3 Kansas State at Man hattan Oct. 10 Pittsburgh at Pitts burgh Oct. 17 Miami at Lincoln (Band Day) Oct. 24 Missouri at Columbia (Migration) Oct. 31 Kansas University at Lincoln ' Nov. 7 Iowa State at Ames Nov., 14 Colorado at Lincoln (Homecoming) Nov. 21 Oklahoma at Lincoln $1,000 EASY gspss Agent Vasfed We are looking for an agent sell nationally advertised drawing instruments to enter ing freshmen this fall. Very high commissions. Write: SIS. ICXGR. EMFIHE mvcmnxzuivG P. O. Box 114 ' Canal "Street Station Stew York City IS, N. Y. L..-e" f a 0mm, m. m'mmm"mmf9 1 m , m TMetKSTUS f m 'I Hir. X Sr.. i. II SsB EST 9 ItutJ l00d MOMS Col son VJms NU Men's Tennis Championship Roy Colson defeated Norris Peden Wednesday in two sets; 6-2, 6-4, to win the 1953 Men's Summer Singles Tennis Cham pionship at the University. Both . Colson and Peden have previously been members of the University varsity tennis squad. Peden played on the varsity from 1932-1933 while Colson was a member of the 1953 Uni versity squad. Colson, who will be a senior in Teachers College this fall, has playea tennis approximately six years. He was a member of the tennis team in Brookline High School in Massachusetts. A man who thinks he is indis pensable should notice the hole his finger leaves after he pulls it out of the water. Season Grid Ticket Deadline Aug. 20 Season football tickets are ready for distribution. The dead line to obtain season tickets is 5 p.m., August 20. Season books are $17.50 and season box tickets are $20.00. Remittance is payable to A. J. Lewandowski, University Col iseum. 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