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Wednesday, November 4,
In Big 7
Bob Smith 2nd
In Big 7 Rushing
Bob Smith, Nebraska left half
back, is the No. 2 ball carrier In
the Big Seven Conference this
week. His total of 418 yards is
econa 10 me oiu yards chalked
up by Larry Grigg 0f Oklahoma.
Smith is the Cornhuskers
leading ground gainer, but
stands second to Dennis Korlnek
in average per carry. Korinek,
ninth in the loop standings, has
averaged 5.9 yards per try on 84
carries. Smith's mark Is 5.6 on
CO-CAPAIN Bill Schabacker
and junior Andy Loehr are hav
ing a tight battle for Husker pass
receiving laurels. Schabacker
has picked off 12 for a total of
168 yards, while Loehr has
caught 13 aerials for 112. Kori
nek has nabbed four for 147.
Schabacker is fourth in the con
ference and Loehr 11th. Korlnek
holds down sixth place.
Other Huskers ranking In the
Big Seven statistics:
Passing John Bordogna, sec
ond; Rex Fischer, 10th.
Punting Ray Novak, sixth;
Bordogna 12th. '
Punt returns Bordogna, 8th;
Scoring Smith, tied for
iourth; Bordogna, 10th.
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lit down Minlni . .
lit downi penalties
yard! Rained mihbif
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yards gained pairing It4
Intercepted by (
total offenilT plays 434
total net yard! gained 1134
avs.oifeniire play 4.M
pnnti ,, it
punt aTeragg 32.4
penalty yardage S.7
fuRibleg Kt 13
TI AN. Mad TO TP
.. i 0 0 0 30
Bordoena S 4 A It
Flecker S 0 0 0 It
Korinek 1 t I) 0
Kovak 0 S t 1 S
Opponent! .... 17
Jforak IS S36
Bordogna 1 114
Korinek 1 t
Flacker , S
Team . , .
Korinek ........ 54
Kolitoa ......... a
Bad pan fe .... 1
YG Ylr Net Arg.
827 11 816 5.9
Team 808 1343 247 1098 S.6
Opponent! 330 1727 117 1610 4.6
Att. Corn. Pet. YG Int. TD
Flecker .... 6 4 .833 117 0 1
Bordogna ..86 38 .442 48l 4 1
Smith 2 6 .000 6 6 0
IcWUIIami S 0 .000 0 1 0
No. Yd. TD
12 168 6
4 147 1
13 112 0
6 99 6
1 13 0
2 15 0
1 14 0
1 13 1
1 10 6
1 .1 0
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Jim Yelsley, two-year letter
man at fuliback for Ne
braska, was let to the Husk
ers for the bailee of the sea
son because of scholastic diffi
Weir's Harriers Travel To Ames
Track Coach Ed Weir will
take a four-man cross-country
team to Ames, la., Saturday for
a three-mile run against teams
from Iowa State, Kansas State
and Colorado. It will be the
first fall meet for the Corn-
DU, ATO, Phi Psi, SAE Win
To Gain Playoff Semifinals
Delta Tau Delta, Beta Theta Pi To Vie For Title
By FRANK SORENSON
Sports Staff Writer
Delta Upsilon "A" stamped
themselves as the team most
likely to win the coveted trophy
when the smoke clears on the
I-M football fields. The rampag
ing DU's charged by a surprising
Sigma Chi crew 38-16 Monday
evening in the second round of
However, the score does not
indicate the closeness of the con
test. The Sigs, determined to
emft-ge the victor, trailed 7-0 at
the end of the first quarter and
then went on to rack up 16 big
points in the second frame to
lead 16-13 at the halfway mark.
THE WINNERS were not to be
denied and came back after the
half and held the challengers
scoreless while running up 13 and
12 markers In the next two stan
zas. Most of the came was well
played with the winners flashing
some of the class that earned
them, top spot in the All-University
ratings last week.
Captain Tom Tolen, a strong
candidate for All-University hon
ors, engineered the DU's attack.
However, the victors had to re
vert to the airlanes when the
strong Sig defense bottled up
their usually strong ground at
tack. Jim Hancock and Carr
TrumbuU were the consistent
threats for the losers.
In another good game, Alpha
Tau Omega gave notice that they
were not , to be forgotten in the
tournament by completely over
powering the Phi Delts, 45-0. The
game looked like another close
one when the teams were stale
mated 0-0 at the end of the initial
stanza, but the eventual victors
found the combination and ran
up 26 big points in the second
CAPTAIN MAC Bailey and Da
vey Jones were the big guns for
the winners while Joe Carter and
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culties. Yeisley, a junior from
Coin, Iowa, had been alternat
ing at the first-string fullback
slot with big Ray Novak.
Runners slated for the trip are
Bob Anderson, West Point; For
rest Doling, Morrill; Stan Matz
ke, Lincoln, and Hugh Osmera,
'B' Team Championship Contest
. . ... .1 I A A 4 Vim ah4 IVlO Vialf
Herbie Meissner were about all
the losers had to offer.
In another class A same, the
rampaging Phi Psi crew eked out
a 20-14 win over Farm House, an
earlier winner over Sigma Phi
Eosilon. The losers almost turned
the trick for the second week in
a row when they led the victors
7-6 at the end of the first stanza
and 14-8 at the halfway mark.
The Phi Psi's tallied in the
third frame, but still trailed 13-14
going into the final quarter. Then,
Bob Bachman, who passed for
all three touchdowns, chucked to
quarterback Duane Rankin for
the game winning tally.
BACHMAN, ANOTHER conten
der for the All-University myth
ical team, teamed up with Gene
Welch, B. Dement and Rankin
for the three tallies. Don John
son, Farm House captain, threw
both touchdown passes with B.
Wright and Jliwine on the re
By virtue of the win, Bachman
and crew advanced to the semi
finals of the Fraternity A tourna
ment and will play Sigma Alpha
Epsilon Thursday evening while
the ATO eleven tees off against
Sigma Alpha tpsilon earned
their previously-mentioned ticket
to the semifinals by pushing over
the winning touchdown in the dy
ing minutes of the game to edge
a strong Pioneer Coop team 14-7.
BOTH TEAMS battled evenly
for three quarters, being tied up
Hero's your chance to
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IKIusEter Mainstay Yeisley
Lost Prom NU Eleven
Scholastic Difficulties Drop Veteran .
Junior Off Football Eligibility List
By GARY FRANDSEN
Sports SUff Writer
Coach Bill - Olassford broke
some bad news Tuesday after
noon! It was learned that Jim
Yeisley, a two-year letterman in
the Husker backfield, is ineligi
ble for the remainder of the
season because of academic de
ficiencies. Yeisley had been one of the
HUSker mainstays this year,
running at the first-string full
back spot until Ray Novak re
cently took over. The1 Coin,
Iowa, junior had also been
working at the right halfback
The loss of Yeisley leaves the
squad with only three fullbacks.
They are Novak, Nick Adduci
and sophomore John Edwards.
The recent ,return of Adduci
from Army duty could easily
turn out to ' be a lifesaver for
Nebraska in the fullback de
partment. BEFORE THE season had got
ten under way, the Husker full
back department looked excep
tionally strong with George
Cifra, Novak, Yeisley and Ed
wards; but things changed in a
hurry! Cifra got drafted and
now Yeisley has bumped into
When Adduci, a starting full
back a few years back, first
returned it looked as if he
would have a hard time break
ing into the lineup, but that
should be different now. The
Chicago senior should see plenty
0-0 at the end of the half and 7-7
at the end of the third quarter.
Then the victors staved off two
rallies by the contenders and hit
paydirt for the tally.
Over in the B team tourna
ment, Delta Tau Delta and Beta
Theta Pi fought their way into
the finals by downing Phi Delta
Theta and Sigma Chi respec
tively. In what was probably the clos
est game of the night in the
B tournament, the Delts and the
Phi Delts battled to 'a 0-0 stale
mate at the end of regular play
ing time with the Delt Juniors
going on to win by yardage.
THE BETAS had little trouble
with Sigma Chi by running and
passing by them 24-0. With only
three of their starters on hand
the Junior Sigs could be ex
pected to do little, but at times
flashed some form that looked
In another close game, Presby
House eked out a 7-0 win over
the Eagles to advance In the In
dependent tournament. The vic
tors' pushed over the double
stripe with an aerial from Man
kamyer to Pfeifer in the first
quarter and then went on to pro
tect their lead by staving off any
threat the losers had to offer.
In the three other games in
the tournament the Dental Jun
iors edged the Gents in a hotly
contested and disputed game 9-6.
Meanwhile the Ag Jokers were
running rampant over the NR-
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of long-awaited action in the
remaining three games.
The bad news didn't stop
with the loss of Yeisley. Glass
ford also stated that center Bob
Oberlln is still on the very
doubtful list for Saturday's skir
mish with Iowa State. If he
isn't ready to go, either Ted
Britt or Jim Oliver will get the
GLASSFORD RAN his second
eleven through a short scrim
mage Tuesday afternoon while
the first lineup worked only in
Lining up on the second team
were Jerry Yeager and Jack
Braley, ends; Pev Evans and
Bill Holloran, tackles; Jerry
Paulson and Don Glantz, guards;
Ted Britt, center; Rex Fischer,
ouarterback; Dierks Rolston and
Max Kennedy, halfbacks; and
While the second lineup was
cracking heads, the first team
concentrated on defensive for
mations, mainly a pass defense
to stop the Big Seven's leading
passer, Iowa State's Bill Plan
tan, as well as work on the
dummies. The first lineup con
sists of the eleven that started
against Kansas Saturday.
WEDNESDAY THE procedure
will Just be reversed. The first
eleven will go through a short
scrimmage, ten minutes on each
offense and defense.
Bob Faris will be the only
Husker scout on the road this
week. The head frosh mentor
will be at Boulder to watch the
Before meeting Colorado, the
Cyclones had trimmed South
Dakota 35-0 and Missouri 13-8,
but lost to Northwestern 35-0,
Kansas 23-0, Kansas State 20-12
and Drake 12-7.
Besides the 9-0 victory over
Kansas, Nebraska's record in
cludes a 20-16 triumph over
Miami, a 21-21 tie with Big Ten
leading Illinois, and defeats at
the hands of Oregon 20-12, Kan
sas State 27-0. Pittsburgh 14-6
and Missouri 23-7.
IOWA STATE and the Husk
ers have tangled 47 times since
the series opened in 1896, Ne
braska winning 38, losing 8 and
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bleacher tickets available for
Nebraska's Homecoming clash
with Colorado on November 4.
Bentley also stated that there
are still some stadium seats
available for the Huskers' final
game, the Nov. 21 tussle with
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