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    Wednesday, October 27, 1954
Lincoln, Nebraska
Page 3
On The 'Fairer Side'
Sharpshoot er '$ Meeting
Scheduled For Thursday
' ' Phyl Cast
Colorado migrations are not the most conducive to column writing
io please bear with me.
Crisis in W.A.A. Lost one small intramural co-ordinator'g note
book. If anyone should run across said notebook, it would be muchly
appreciated if it was turned in as W.A.A. cannot function too well
without it.
Sharpshooters Galore
This campus is swarming with sharpshooters I So many signed up
for Rifle Club that things could not get under way this week. Because
of this there will be a mass meetmg Thursday night at : ?n the
East Gym of Grant Memorial. Everyone who signed up must be there
In person or have a representative come in your place with the hours
which you are free to shoot. The possible times for shooting are 3:00
to 6:00 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and from 6:00 to 8:00 Wednes
days and Thursdays. Give the times that you are free it doesn't
have to be the full time. If a girl doesn't show up at this meeting or
send someone, it will be assumed that she doesnt want to be in RHle
f.lub. '
If you were an unfortunate one and unable to attend the freshman
workers mass meetmg icesaay night, be sure to stop in at the W.AA.
office or call Janet nacuung at tne Delta uamma bouse.
Smile Pretty
There will be a very important reepresentatlve meeting at 5:00
Thursday Probably the most important meeting ever because all you
lovelies will have your pictures taken for the Cornhusker. Also, Thurs
iav at 12:00. the Council picture will be taken.
Anyone who doesnt belong to an organized group and is interested
in participating in an intramural team can contact Miss Muivaney,
The new Soccer Baseball champions are the Kappa Deltas who
defeated the Pi Phis last week. Congratulations! "It was a hard fight,
IM Football Standings
League 1 A
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 4 0
Delta Tau Delta 2 1
Alpha Tau Omega 2
Sigma Phi Epsilon 2
Sigma Chi 1
Beta Theta Pi 0
League 2 A
Phi Kappa Psi 3 0
phi Delta Theta ....2 0
Phi Gamma Delta ....--..,..2 2
Delta VJpsilon 2 2
farm House 1 2
Sigma Nu 0 4
League S A
Brown Palace 2
Theta Xi 2
Kappa Sigma 1
Beta Sigma Psi 1
Alpha Gamma Rho 1
League 5 A ,
Zeta Beta Tau 2 0
Tau Kappa Epsilon 1 0
Acacia 1
Pioneer Co-op 1 2
Theta Chi 0 2
League fi A
Pi Kappa Phi .....2 0
Norris House ..2 1
Sigma Alpha Mu ...1 2
Cornhusker Co-op .....1 1
Alpha Gamma Sigma ........0 2
League 6 B
Alpha Tau Omega B 1 0
-Sigma Chi B ...2 1
Delta Tau Delta B 1 1
Sigma Phi Epsilon B 1 1
Sigma Alpha Epsilon B 0
Tigers Next
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Game Captain
Courtew Lincoln Sur
Coach- Bill Glassford named standing ball for the Huskers all
big, rugged tackle Don Glantz season long and ranks with the
to lead the Huskers aeainst Mis- best tackles in Big Seven compe-
souri in a most important con- tition. Don stands at 6' even and
test. Glanta has played out- tips the scales at zi5 pounas,
League 7 B
Phi Gamma Delta B S
Phi Delta Theta B 2
Phi Kappa Psi-S 1
Beta Theta Pi B , 1
Delta Upsilon B . ...0
Sigma Nu B 0
League Independents
Dental College S
Phi Delta Phi 2
Newman Club 2
Delta Theta Phi .....1
A. In E E ,. 0
Sigma Gamma Epsilon 0
League 9 Independents
Ag Men's Club 3
Clippers ' 2
Phi Kappa Psi "C" 2
Prcsby House 1
Lutheran S. A. ...1
Methodist House 0 3
League 10 Quadrangle
Fairfield 4 0
Gustavson I 4 1
Bessey 1
Canfield 1
Seaton II , ; 0
League 11 Quadrangle
Avery 3
Selleck 2
Gustavson II ......2
Seaton I 0
McClean 0 &
League 12 Quadrangle
Burnett 2 1
Manatt ..2 1
Hitchcock 1 1
Benton 1 1
2 Andrews 0 2
On The Sports Scene
Cornhuskers VJorh Word For
Important Missouri Contest
Sports Staff Writer
Taking no rest after a thrilling
204 win over Colorado last Satur
day: the Nebraska Cornhuskers
Vic Eaton at quarterback, Ray
Detring and Jack Fox at halfbacks,
and Bob Bauman at fullback.
Eaton was the starting quarterback
last year, and Bauman an all-
sot down to serious work for their Big Seven selection. Tony Scardino
Saturday engagement with the Mis- will also see a lot of action for
souri Tigers. For the Huskers, this Mizzon. The senior veteran was a
game, as well as last week's is a big gun in the MU attack in 1951,
must. A loss to the Missourlans leading me cig seven in passing,
would virtually eliminate them He has earned three monograms.
from any chances of going to the The last two years he has been in
Orange Bowl. On the other hand, back ot Eaton due to injuries,
an NU win would leave them in an For the Huskers, the only. casual
excellent position for finishing in Uy of the week was guard Bob Wag
second place. The Tigers enter the ner. Though he may be ready to
Contest in a tie for first place with g0 by Saturday, Jim Murphy
a 2-0 mark. moved up to the first unit tor
Missouri started their season in I scrimmage this week. Other than
bad fashion, bowing to powerful this, the Nebraska line-up re
Purdue, 314J. They evened theij mained the same.
record with a Big Seven win over . . . . lTn
Kansas State 35-7. They lost their Comstock Moves Up
second came of the year to S.M.U. Don Comstock, who played an
before downing Indiana, 19-14, and outstanding game Saturday, moved
Iowa State, 32-14. This leaves both up to the number four spot in
teams with identical records of 3-2. rushing. He has gone 104 yards in
yards in 26 attempts for an even
7.0. He also remained tied fcr the
scoring leadership with Dennis
Korinek with three touchdowns
apiece. Don Erway has passed for
196 yards on 10 completions out
of 18 tries. Two of his aerials
were good for touchdowns. LeRoy
Butherus and Greenlaw have been
on the receiving end of three pass
es, good for 67 and 65 yards respectively.
Wisconsin Loses
Husker Win Over Buffs
Heads Week Of Upsets
Football teams around the nation
again threw a curve at the fore
casters as several more upsets
were registered Saturday.
The greatest upset of the day
was Nebraska's sparkling 20-6 tri
umph over Colorado. The Husker
victory was totally unforeseen by
the soothsayers, but the Nebras
kans completely outplayed the
tenth-rated Buffs to throw a mon
key wrench into the Colorado Bowl
Wisconsin Loes
The Ohio State-Wisconsin and
Michigan-Minnesota contests were
amazing, not because of the team
N Club Banquet
The N Club will hold its formal
initiation tonight at the Lincoln
Hotel. Publicity directors Dick
Hlidek and Jim Hofstetter an
nounced that the initiation will
start promptly at six. A dinner
will be served afterwards and a
business meeting will follow the
Officers of the N Club are Jim
Cederdahl, president; Bob Wag
ner, vice-president, and Bert
Linn, secretary. ,
Basketball Next
Varsity and freshman basket
ball practice ge under way at
the University next Monday, Nov.
Jerry Bush, new Husker cage
coach, has arranged the work
outs so that he can work vith
both groups. The frosh will drill
t 4 p.m. while the varsity will
crk at 7 p.m.
that wound up on top, as both were
predicted, to be toss-ups, but by the
thorough trouncings administered
by the victors. Ohio State boosted
its Rose Bowl stock by defeating
Wisconsin, 31-.' 4, while unsung
Michigan romped over previously
undefeated Minnesota, 34-0,
In other Big Seven contests,
Missouri rolled over Iowa State,
32-14, Oklahoma blanked Kansas
State, 21-0, and SMU blasted Kan
sas, 36-18.
In the Big Ten, Pittsburgh edged
Northwestern, 14-7, in a non-con
ference tilt; Purdue defeated Mich-
van State. 27-13; Iowa clubbed In
diana, 27-14,. and Illinois trounced
Syracuse, 34-6.
Other scores around the nation:
Navy 52, Pennsylvania 6; Cornell
27, Princeton 0; Army 67, Columbia
12; Rice 13, Texas 7; TCU 20, Penn
State ?; Stanford 13, Washington
7; UCLA 61, Oregon State 0;
Southern Cal 29, California 27, and
Duke 21, North Carolina State 7.
Missouri Next
Next Saturday the Nebraska
Cornhuskers meet Missouri in the
crucial game of the season. If the
Huskers defeat Missouri, the' will
stand a good chance of winding
up the season in at least a tie for
second place. If they lose, Ne
braska is definitely out of the
Orange Bowl picture.
In other Big Sfcven games, Okla
homa invades Colorado for an im
portant contest, Kansas State plays
host to Kansas and Iowa State
meets Drake in a non-conference
Tiger Contest Important;
Team Victory Af Colorado
Sports Staff Writer
Today as I write this column, my mind is still on a great week-end
at Boulder; Tulagis and all. But even more impressive than the
parties was the fine display of Nebraska football talent as the Corn
huskers ripped the undefeated Colorado Buffs, 20-6. As I said in my
column last Tuesday, if any one bothered to read it, that this is a
contest where statistics and past records mesr-t nothing. How true
this was! The Huskers went into the game a 14 point underdog, but
came out a 14 point king. It seemed that everything the Nebraskans
did was right. Their blocking was superb, their running excellent and
their tackling fierce.
Quarterbacks Perfect
It w6ild be hard to single out any one player in the win. Don
Erway and Dan Brown ran the team with perfection. They mixed
their plays up and kept the ball. One lad that really came into his
own was Don Comstock. The speedy sophomore looked better than he
has all year." Willie Greenlaw electrified the crowd with a spectacular
70 vv:l iaunt after he looked like he was going" to be trapped in
back of the line of scrimmage. One play NU executed for their first
touchdown surprised the CU defense completly. Erway made a penect
fake to John Edwards through the middle of the line, then pitched
nut tn rwm Korinek for the TD. In the middle of the line, cnarue Rnk nwiin nlaved AU-American roles. In fact, the whole
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Husker line could be praised mgniy tor tneir pi&y.
Tizers Next
Th answer tn the Cornhusker win could be attributed to the
foof it rn nrn lnnkinsf for the bie Oklahoma contest next week.
Nevertheless, this loss hurt them as much as an OKianoma loss wouia
Saturday. This leaves the Buffs with a 2-1 record in conference play,
the same as Nebraska's. If Nebraska could beat Missouri Saturday
,i rTT Koot TWfs which thev nrobablv will do; then it would
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Uo. th Huskers in a second nlace tie with -Missouri. So you see
this loss definitely hurt the Buffs' hopes of going to Miami. The
season, however, isn't over, and anything could nappen.
The Bhr Ten
This year the Big Ten race is closer than ever. Ohio State, by
virtue of win over Wisconsin, moved into first place in the race.
But Iowa, Purdue, and even the Badgers still remain in the thick M
n .V,. wt Pam tt S C. and U.C.L.A. still have to settle the
question of who has the best team, but U.S.C. gets the Rose Bowl
nod because U.C.L.A. can t go again wis yci.
wuiriv nrertirtions in the Bid Seven:
Oklahoma' 27, Colorado 20-The Buffalo offense may be able to get
iunr this wepk. but the nations o. i warn wm nw "s
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Iowa State 14, Drake 0-The Cyclones encounter another outside oppo
nent, and should be able to tare weu against -Kansas
State 21, Kansas 13-This is another game that the records
mean little. However, the 'Cats will be too tough at home.
Missouri 13, Nebraska 13-Bcth teams will be high for this contest.
Both MU and NU have played two
similar opponents, Missouri de
feated K-State and the Cyclones,
while the Huskers bowed to the
Wildcats, 7-5, and rolled over IS,
Tigers Experienced
Nine veterans and two sopho
mores will be in the starting line
up for Don Faurot's split-T grid
ders. At ends will be Jim Jennings
and Jack Hurley. Jennings and
Hurley are both two year veterans.
At the tackles are juniors Al Port-
ney and Howard Robertson. Port-
ney is a letterman and Robertson
a rookie, Carl Osterich and Jack
Shively will be at guards and Tony
Karakas at center. Shiveley and
Karakas are one year lettermen.
In the Tiger backfield will be
11 carries for a 9.5 average,
Willis Greenlaw leads the team
in total net yards rushing with 188
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Win A Pipe
Loehr Wins
First Medico
Pipe Contest
Andy Loehr, varsity football
player.' won the first Medico Pipe
Forecast Contest. As a result of
winning the forecast, Andy will re
ceive an eneraved pipe with the
graduation inscribed.
Even with the campus biiing fair
ly empty with the migration to
Colorado, over 150 entries were re
ceived. Girls may enter the con
test and win a pipe for their boy
friends or fathers.
This week's contest found many
upsets. Andy picked nine out of
ten winners, missing only on the
Michigan-Minnesota game which
Michigan won.
Many entries had eight out of
ten picked correctly but no one
else had nine correct so there was
no need to use the total number
of points scored to break any ties.
The most often : -.issed games in
order were the Michigan-Minnesota,
Wisconsin-Ohio State won by
Ohio State, Nebraska-Colorado won
by the Huskers and the Rice-Texas
game won by Rice. -
The contest is run every week
on Friday jointly by the Nebraskan
sports department and The Medico
Pipe Company.
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