The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 14, 1955, Page Page 3, Image 3

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lead offensive hopes Saturday against the hosting Panthers.
Salvaterra Aerial Attack
Paces Pittsburgh Panthers
Pittsburgh, Oct. 13. There was nothing in sight this week but
plenty of erueline work for Pitt's Panthers as they prepared for a
home engagement at Pitt Stadium against Nebraska this Saturday.
Particular object of the attention of Coach John Michelosen and
his aides was the offense, which never got moving after the opening
minutes of the game as the Panthers suffered a 21-0 setback at the
hands of Navy. The Pitt record for the 1955 season is now two wins
and two losses, with the other loss a 26-14 affair to Oklahoma and the
wins 27-7 over California and 22-12 over Syracuse.
Despite only 7 net yards gained Saturday, Corky Cost continued
to be the Panthers' leading ground gainer with 154 yards. Tom
Jenkins, the leading ball toter against the Navy with 30 yards, main
tained second place with 135 yards, followed by Dick Bowen with 80
Bob Grier with 74, Corny Salvaterra with 69 and Ralph Jelic with 60
Three Panthers suffered minor injuries against the Navy. John
Cenci bruised a shoulder, Harold Hunter emerged with a sore leg and
Howard Linn was nursing aches and pains as a result of a blow in
the back. All three are expected to be ready for the Nebraska meeting
The Panthers' air attack will be centered around the strong arm
pi the veteran quarterback Corky Salvaterra.
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Sports Staff Writer
George Cifra, junior fullback,
from Turtle Creek, Pa., has been
named The Nebraskan's "Star of
the Week," for his play , in the
game against Texas A & M last
Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Following graduation from high
school, Cifra came to the Univer
sity. He lettered in football his
freshman year as freshmen were
eligible to play that season. His
sophomore year he became a reg
ular on the Husker squal and was
one of the top fullbacks in the Big
In September of 1953 he went to
work wearing a different uniform,
one of Uncle Sam's. Cifra spent
24 months in the service, all spent
in the United States. He received
his discharge on Sept. 6, and im
mediately rejoined the Husker
squad, trying to regain his sopho
more style.
Frosh Grid
Tilt Friday
Once again the freshman foot
ball squad will stage a preview of
things to come in the future years
on Husker varsities. The Frosh will
hold their second of a series of
intrasquad scrimmages today at 4
p.m. on the Coliseum field.
In the first intra-squad tilt last
week, Roy Sinnett, a junior college
transfer from Ripley, Tenn., and
i Benny Dillard, stocky speed mer-
chant from Mt. Pleasant, Tex., led
the way as the Whites shutout the
Reds, 18-0.
i Team strength has been divided
as evenly as possible for this
week's game and changes have
been made all the way down the
Dillard will not see action Fri
day as he has been nursing a
twisted knee which he suffered in
last week's game.
The Husker frosh, under the di
rection of Coach Ed Nyden, will
meet Iowa State here Oct. 28 and
will travel to Kansas State Nov. 4.
Probable starting line-ups:
KiwJ Bill SchnuDP. 180. Jeannetle, Pa.;
Mike Lee, 1K0; Grand Island.
Tacklea Dick Klmcaman. 220. Mitchell,
S. D., Emeu English. 230. New Orleans,
Gaarda Jim Miller, 185, Connelsville,
Pa.; Richard Watliut, 190, Acme, Wyo.
Onttr Bill Rimer, 1B3, North Platte.
Quarterback Tom Kumpf, 170, Leish.
Halfbacks Stwe Homiak. 170, Ambndge,
Pa.: Kent Nooriaa, 175, Chicago.
Fallback Dick McCatbUnd, 190, Gene
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End Charlea Tosoukalai. 200; Somer
tilte. Man.; Melvin Burt, 193, Sonunerville,
Tackle Dick Wood. 197. Lincoln; Jack
Round. 220. Omaha. '
Guardi Glenn Hoy, 160, Lincoln; Rich
Kin. 196, Baden, Pa.
enter Jim Duff. 210, Grand Island.
Uuarterbaek Eddie Coram, 153, Fred
cricktown. Pa
Halfback Cary Johnson. 180, Madrid;
Claire Boroff, 172. Grand Island.
Fullback Larry Naviaux, 180, Lexington.
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Glassford Readies Scarlet
For Rugged Defensive Tilt
Sports Staff Writer
Joe Walton LE LeRoy Butherus
Bob Pollock ..1 LT LaVerne Torczon
Harold Hunter LG Donald Kampe
John Cenci C Doran Post
Bill Schmitt RG Bill Taylor
Herman Canil RT -Jack Fleming
John Paluck RE ...Jon McWilliams
Corny Salvaterra QB Don Erway
Charles Cost LH Rex Fischer
Lou Cimarolli RH Harry Johnson
Tom Jenkins FB George Cifra
"We'd just like to so back and beat 'em," Coach Bill Glassford
said in his last press interview before the Cornhusker team left for
Pittsburgh and their big contest with the Panthers. v
The Husker team took off from Lincoln at 9 a.m. this morning
and will arrive in the Steel City at 2 p.m. EST.
Glassford expects to drill his squad late in the afternoon in prepa
ration for Saturday's tilt.
According to Glassford, the team will be at full strength, including
guard Frank Nappi who has been out. George Mink and Jim Murphy
are still sidelined with injuries and probably will not make the trip.
We're thinking very seriously of starting Cifra at full, said
Glassford. Cifra and regular John Edwards will be sharing the
duties at the fullback position. The Nebraska coach also mentioned
that the team's spirit is excellent. Pitt will be ready for us. The
Panther eleven stacks up to be about the "same size as last year."
The overall weight average is 201, compared to Nebraska's team
average of 185.
Besides the inclusion of George Cifra in the une-up, the starting
eleven remains about the same. Nebraska will be outweighed and
will be on the short end of the experience. The Cornhusker team
has been concentrating on defense, mainly pass defense, along with
offensive drills. The Panthers use a T-formation with an occasional
flanker to the outside.
Intramural Editor
Sigma Alpha Epsilon's B team
edged past Sigma ChiB 9-7, in
Wednesday's intramural touch
football play. The Sig Alphs picked
up the two pomt margin of victory
in the first quarter when they cap
italized on a bad Sig Chi pass from
center for a safety.
Sigma Chi grabbed the lead in
the second period when Bill Mor
rison tallied on a pass play. An
other aerial addec the extra point,
but the Sig Alphs came back in
the final period on a 23 yard dash
by Tom Jones to win. Larry Vance
hit Bill Tates with a bullet pass
for the point.
Another close one saw Kappa
Sigma slip by Sigma Alpha Mu 19
18. Two John Gibbons to Charlie
Dobry TD passes got the Kappa
Sigs off to a 13-5 half-time lead.
The Sammies had scored on Stan
Widmans's nabbing a toss from
'Forrest Poska.
Stan Schrier scored for SAM
with another Kappa Sig pass gone
awry. Marsh Becker finished the
scoring, finally with one of his
own tom's passes, as he reg
istered for Sigma Alpha Mu.
Burnett House sank McClean 28-
7. Scoring for Burnett were Curt
Boesen, Bob Cupper, Verone Gibb,
ard Fred Koslowski.
The DU's won their third straight
by shutting out AGR 19-0. Bill
Harmon scored twice while George
Hirschbock added a clincher. Next
week, the undefeated DU club gets
a real test from another unde
feated squad. Phi Kappa Psi who
holds a 3-0 slate also.
Other Wednesday scores were
Seston II 6, Benton 0; Phi Kappa
Psi 12, Alpha Tau Omega 7, and
Sigma Nu 14, Beta Sigma Psi 0.
Chuck Jensen hit Larry Lewis
with two passes, good for 42 and
45 yards and two touchdowns as
Kuchcock shut out Boucher, 14-0
in a Tuesday game.
Delt Ray Mladovich intercepted
a pass out of the hands of Sigma
Alpha Epsilon's Ken Groves on the
third play of the game and ran it
back 15 yards to a TD as Delta
Tau Delta trampled Sigm Alpha
Epsilon, 25-0.
Jim Nickel, Ken Johnson, and
Don Blank racked up six-pointers
for Avery as they rolled over Sea
tor. I, 21-0.
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caller win take to the air with his tauted passing arm.
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