The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 10, 1954, Page Page 3, Image 3
Wednesday, November The 'Fairer Side' Guys, Run For The Hills; The Girls Are Shooting! The latest brainstorm from the council is a supper-type function at the cabin with the sports board. This grew out of a compromise between a marshmallow roast and a Christmas supper. After long deliberation, it was decided the event would be a supper party on Tuesday, Nov. 30 at about 5:30. You might classify this party as a Christmas supper a la roasted marshmallows with a few Christmas carols thrown in on the side Try that one on for size Stay tuned to your favorite column for further details. New Members The two new members on W.A.A. Council are: Nan Engler, Kappa Kappa Gamma, aquaquettes representative; and Myrna Olson, Pi Beta Phi, orchesis representative. Welcome to the dry hamburger Thursday noon club. House Representatives, would ya be so kind as to put your lists In alphabetical order-Don't try to confuse us more than we already are. t Competing In the finals for freshman soccer baseball champions are:-a little fanfare please-Alpha Omicron Pi and Towne Club. Who will be the winner? Only the shadow knows. Girls who are in Individual Gym and who cannot participate in any intramural activity may earn their points by officiating. 94 Hih Maybe "you can't get a man with a gun" but beware anyway because there are some really sharp riflers who are practicing up for something. Rifle Club is booming. Janet Lidstrand was high scorer In rifling with a 94. Perhaps you're no Esther Williams yourself but you do enjoy watching good swimmers. Why not come over to the intramural swim ming meet, Nov. 16, at 7:00 and cheer for your favorite mermaid. Meet The Team Junior End, Sophomore Back Husker Stalwarts By DICK WATSON Sports Siaff Writer One of the bright spots in the "look to the future" is Don Er way, six-foot, 185 pound sopho more quarterback from Lincoln. Don has been doing a good job quarterbacking the crowd-pleasing second unit through the first seven games. Don played his high school foot ball at Lincoln High where he played tailback on the single Wing. The change to the sliding T hasn't bothered him and he likes the choice pf the option play. Don also starred in basketball and baseball while in high school Courtrsy Lincoln Star Erway Braley and was AH State in football his senior year. He was chosen to play in the Ail-American High School Football Game annually played at Memphis, Tenn., as well as being named high school athlete of the year by the Lincoln Newspapers. Don plans to give all three sports a whirl this year and if he makes the grade in basketball and baseball he will be the first three sport letterman on the campus in many a year. Don is in Business Ad. College and has no plans after graduation other than "probably some army Final IM The final standings in the leagues are as follows: The league win ners become eligible to compete in the All-University finals. League 1-A Sigma Alpha Epsilon 5-0 Delta Tau Delta 4-1 Alpha Tan Omega 3-2 Sigma Phi Epsilon 2-3 Sigma Chi 1-4 Beta Theta Pi 0-5 League 2-A Phi Kappa Psi 5-0 Phi Delta Theta 4-1 Delta Upsiton 3-2 Phi Gamma Delta 2-3 Farm House 1-4 Sigma Nu 0-5 League 3-A Theta Xi 3-1 Brown Palace 2-2 Alpha Gamma Rho 2-2 Kappa Sigma 2-2 Beta Sigma Psi 1-4 League 4-A Cornhusker Co-op 3-1 Norris House 3-1 Pi Kappa Phi 2-2 Sigma Alpha Mu 2-2 Alpha Gamma Sigma 0-4 North American Aviation Los Angeles will interview here 1 0, '1 954 duty." Don rates his first game as a Cornhusker as one of his biggest thrills in sports. If Don has his vay Husker fans are going to see a lot of him in the next three years. "Diamond Jack" Stabilizing the right side of the Husker line is Jack Braley, a 6'2, 185 pound end who likes his football rough. Jack, or "Dia mond Jack" as he is called by his teammates, has been seeing yeoman duty on the first unit this year. He was on the varsity last year but missed playing enough to earn a letter. Jack played his high school football at Custer County High School in Miles City, Mont., where he also lettered in basket ball and track. He earned Honor able Mention All-State Honors in football his senior year. Jack decided to come to Nebraska after some close friends interested him in the school. He is a junior in Ag College and has no definite plans after graduation. Jack thinks his biggest sports thrill was probably Ron Clark's touchdown run against Minneso ta. "It put us ahead for a while and it gave everyone a big lift," he said. He can't pick out any one lineman as being outstanding but thinks they are all tough. Bob McNamara is the most elusive back he has faced this fall but thinks he might change his mind before the season is over. Jack likes the plane rides the team is taking to several of the games this fall and thinks "Its the only way to travel." About the remainder of the sea son Jack says, "We have sur prised a few people already and we might surprise a few more." League Standings League 5-A Tau Kappa Epsilon 3-1 Zeta Beta Tau 3-1 Acacia 2-2 Pioneer Co-op 2-2 Theta Chi 0-4 League 6-B Alpha Tau Omega B 3-0 Sigma Chi-B 3-1 Delta Tau Delta B 2-2 Sigma Phi Epsilon B 1-3 Sigma Alpha Epsilon B 0-3 League 7-B Phi Gamma Delta B 5-0 Phi Delta Theta B 4-1 Phi Kappa Psi B 3-2 Beta Theta Pi-B 1-2 Delta Upsilon B 1-4 Sigma Nu B 1-4 League 8 Independents Dental College 5-0 Phi Delta Phi 4-1 Delta Theta Phi 3-2 Newman Club 2-3 Sigma Gamma Epsilon 0-4 A. I. E. E 0-4 League 9 Independents Clippers 4-1 Ag Men's Club 3-2 Phi Kappa Psi C 3-2 Presby House 3-2 i r -NiA n,-7i VS t 't Game Charley Bryant, senior guard from Omaha, will captain the Cornhuskers in their final home appearance of the season this Saturday. Invading the NU campus will be the dangerous -44 y :.r l I " v-' mii. lit i4 I if Tir " i L mm ' " T wf - - LX?t . " M;' " .wit ' , I 'k & v ,$4 r I T4s rf;l, I fA Jackrabbf Ron Clark, senior halfback on the Husker squad, has been run ning with the force and speed of an unstoppable race car. When Ron comes charging through the line, whether on a fake or on an attempt to gain yardage, he drives with the same amount of power. In his last two games, Rally Tonight Lutheran S. A Methodist League 10 Quadrangle Fairfield Gustavson I Bessey Canfield Seaton II League 11 Quadrangle Avery Selleck Gustavson II Seaton I 1-4 1- 4 5-0 4-1 3-2 2- 3 0-2 4-0 3-1 2- 2 0-3 0- 3 3- 1 3-1 2-1 1- 3 0-3 iMcClain League 12 Quadrangle Burnett Manatt Benton . Hitchcock Andrews Beautiful 1 CHRISTMAS CARDS 25 all alike in decorated box Special Value $1.00 to $3.75 Come in and make your own choice FORMAL SCENIC CUTE FAMILY RELIGIOUS AT THE GOLDENROD STATIONERY STORE 215 No. 14th St. Lincoln, Nebraska r v i ' i,' Courtesy Lincoln Star Captain Pittsburgh Panthers, victors over Navy and West Virginia. Charley has received backing for ail-American honors along with two other Huskers, namely tackle Don Glantz and fullback Bob Smith. " VXt'iptfl- m'tyS1 ,WMW4fl s v! Courtesy Lincoln Star Ron has shown up especially well. He can always be called upon for necessary yardage. HALF DOLLAR JOINING MARCH OF DIMES Garth Saager, Western Illinois State College w jf What makes a Lucky taste better? What cigarette do college students go for? According to the latest, biggest coast-to-coast survey, students prefer Luckies to all other brands. And once again, the No. 1 reason is better taste. Of course Luckies taste better. First of all, Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. Then, that tobacco is toasted to taste better. "It's Toasted" the famous Lucky Strike process tones up Luckies' light, mild, good-tasting tobacco to make it taste even better. Try a pack. Maybe you'll be as fortunate as the student in the Droodle to the right, titled: Lucky smoker . . . faulty cigarette vending ma chine. Even if you're not, you'll enjoy the better-tasting cigarette . . . Lucky Strike. LUCKIES TASTE BETTER Cleaner, Fresher, Smoother! A.T.C hoduct NU Homecoming Nebraska Prepares End Injuries Worry The Nebraska Cornhuskers, fresh after a win over the Kansas Jayhawkers, have plenty to look forward to when they meet the Pittsburgh Panthers on Homecom ing Day here at Nebraska this coming Saturday. Impressive Wins The Panthers, after having dropped their first three games to Southern California, Minnesota and Notre Dame finally came alive and won their next three games over such formidable op ponents as Navy, West Virginia and Northwestern. Last week the Panthers dropped a 26-0 de cision to Ohio State, but it should be remembered that Ohio State is ranked as the number two team ia the nation. A thoroughly aroused Pittsburgh Panther comes here Saturday for a renewal of an intersectional ser ies with the University of Nebras ka Cornhuskers. It is Homecoming for Nebras kans. Stadium tickets have been sold out for more than a week, but 3,500 bleacher seats remain for the contest which marks the nineteenth meeting between the two universities. Although Pitt holds a heavy edge in the series with 12 victor ies, three defeats and three ties, practically all of the games have been battles right down to the wire. The Cornhuskers are badly hit at the end positions. Coach Bill Glassford said the Nebraskans are in the worst shape from an in jury standpoint than they have been this season, Ends Hit All of the hurts are centered largely in the end corps. Jack Braley is still recovering from a chest infection. LeRoy Butherus and Dean Lux suffered sprained ankles in the Kansas game. As a result, two backfield men, Jon McWilliams and Sylvester Harris may get a duty summon? at the wing positions. McWilliams saw service against Kansas and Harris alternated last season between end and the back field. Bob Berguin, center on the sec ond unit, will be back in action after sitting out the Kansas game with a leg injury Charles Bryant, senior guard from Omaha, will be the game captain. Bryant was banged up a bit in the Jayhawker tilt, but it appeared early in the week that he would be ready for Pittsburgh. Nebraska must improve its pas sing game, according to Coach Glassford, if it hopes to get past Pittsburgh and Oklahoma. Don Strasheim, who scouted Pitt, described the Panthers as a "big, strong team that can hurt you." The Panthers use both the split and -tight "T" formations. LITTLE BOY TAKING DATE FOR ESCALATOR RIDE Elaine Mae Rubinstein Brooklyn College or if JntMet Jaxeco-nyitin America's liadino manufactubbr or cioahbttkb f If" V 1 i - V4 ; ' Courtesy Lincoln Journal DEAN LUX Buff-Tiger Tie Helps Huskers The Nebraska Cornhuskers came closer to the Orange Bowl Saturday, pulling away from a spirited Kansas outfit, 41-20. In another Big Seven game that j couldn't have ended any better for Nebraska, Missouri and Colo rado fought to a 19-19 tie that eliminated both from any chance for the bowl bid. Oklahoma took its fourth confernece victory and its sixteenth consecutive win with a 40-0 romp over Iowa State. In the Big Ten, Michigan edg ed Illinois, 14-7; Iowa clubbed Purdue, 25-14; and Wisconsin trounced Northwestern, 34-13, for conference victories. In outside games, Michigan State ran over Washington State, 54-6; Ohio State blanked Pittsburgh, 26-0; unde feated Miami of Ohio edged In diana, 6-0; and Minnesota romped to a 44-6 win over Oregon State. A POOR BUTTERFLY Julie Hammond Michigan State Normal College Kaaaa; APACHE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT James D. Merritt University of New Hampshire r MLULLl-L ,. - ..... IT-! 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