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By WALT BLORE
SUff Sports Writer
If Bill Glassford can produce a
winning combination against Colo
rado Saturday, Nov., 12 he will
have come up with the best coach
ing job of the year better than
Ohio State even if "Bear" Bryant
doesn't think so.
Nebraska, who has had depth
problems a 1 1 year, is confronted
with finding 11 men who can fill
the positions necessary to have a
working football unit.
The Big Red will be weak in the
middle of the line and at the full
back position. Guard Jim Mur
phy is still out and Jerry Brown,
who was shifted into the line from
fullback, will probably be needed
at his old slot. Regular fullbacks
John Edwards and George Cifra
are bothered by groin injuries. The
next In i n e, Gene Haman,
sprained his ankle a week ago
and has not rounded back into
combat ready shape. Harry John
son, who normally runs as Willie
Greenlaw's understudy at right
halfback, was given a crack at
fullback in Wednesday's scrim
mage. But, Johnson came up with
a bruised hip after the rough stuff,
and unless he heals quickly he
may not be ready for the Buffalo
Colorado, on the other hand,
comes to Lincoln with more depth
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Courtesy Lincoln Star
REX FISCHER ...senior for an undefeated conference
halfback will captain Huskers record. Fischer is currently
against Colorado Saturday as the ranked eighteenth in the nation
Nebraskans continue their quest on total yardage rushing.
than any team the Cornhuskers
have met this season. Although
first string tailback Homer Jen
kins is out with a bum knee he is
replaced by an able sophomore in
the person of Don Stransky. Stran
"sky was South Dakota high school
hurdle chamD. An exceptionally
good runner and passer, he wears
No. 20 and tips the Fairbanks
Morse at 180. John "The Beast"
Bayuk and Jack Becker are the
demons that deliver t h e one-two
punch at fullback. Bayuk lead the
Big Seven Conference in total
rushing yardage as a sophomore
in 1954. At wingback is veteran
Emerson Wilson. Wilson was start
ing fullback against the Huskers
last year. But, Buff coach D a 1
Ward figured that Wilson could fill
the right half spot and still not
leave any deficiency at fullback.
At quarterback or bocking back
in the single wing formation is
Dick Hyson, a 205 sophomore. Hy
son serves as one end on Colo
rado's passing attack. His favorite
target is Frank Clarke, a junior
transfer student from Trinidad
Junior College. Clarke weighs 210
pounds and has tremendous speed
and big hands which make him one
of the top pass catchers in the Big
On the Husker side of the opti
mistic view there is one bit of
cheering news. End Leroy Buth
erus, out with a mangled hand
since the Pitt game, has been pro
nounced ready for Saturday's con
test. PROBABLE STARTING
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OHicialv Mik Oherhetman. Kansas
State, referee: Bud Knox. De Moines,
umpire: Ben Beckcnnan, lowi. field judge;
Bun Rosky. Duke, linesman.
Kick-oft time is 2:00 P.M. CST
.... Tomoa 205
.... kimp 188
Taj lor 177
. . McWIIlHm 17
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The Reliaious VJesk
Courtesy Sunday Journal and Star
JOHN EDWARDS . . . number
one fullback may see limited
action only due to a groin injury
suffered at Iowa State. All three
Husker fullbacks are listed on
the "may not play" list for Saturday.
CU Depth Big Factor
The Colorado Buffaloes, the current Homecoming invaders, will be
blessed with more depth than any other team the Huskers will play
this year, with the exception of Oklahoma.
At halfback, replacing the Injured Homer Jenkins, Coach Dallas
Ward can put In Don Stransky, speedy 180-pound sophomore who was
the South Dakota high and low hurdles champion.
At fullback the Buffs will offer John (The Beast) Bayuk, a 2015
pound projectile who led the Big Seven in rushing last year with 824
yards. He is said to be even better this year.
Behind Bayuk Is stampeding sophomore named Jack Becker, a
lad weighing in at 200-pounds who ran for 109 yards against Utah
As a passer Ward has a tall sophomore, Dick Hyson, who has
completed 10 of 19 passes this year for 282 yards. His best target is
End Frank Clarke who has snagged 11 tosses this season for 426 yards.
Against Utah he caught only two, but they were good for 100 yarda
and two touchdowns. v
Defensive stalwart for Colorado Is Center Don Karnoscak, a 200.
pound senior. His defensive play brought them out of a two-gama
losing streak as they thumped Utah last week.
Courtesy Lincoln Star
BOB STRANSKY . . . Buff half
back may be the thorn in the side
of the Huskers as he will replace
the injured Homer Jenkins In
the starting lineup.
Baptist Disciples af Christ
1ST! R -
Sunday: S p.m. fellow snip, supper,
tor ship and forum.
Tuesday: 7:39 P m. workshops.
Wednesday : 7:30 p.m. chapel.
An animated model of a sodium
graphite atomic reactor plant, the
type planned to be constructed by
Consumers Public Power district
in Nebraska, will be displayed for
the first time in the state at the
Nuclear Energy Institute at the
The Institute will be held Dec.
1 and 2 at the Union.
Chancellor Clifford Hardin said
the model will be displayed by the
North American Aviation Com
pany. The model which cost ap
proximately $16,000 was construct
ed especially for showing at the
recent Internaticr Atomic Ener
gy Conference held at Geneva,
Chancellor Hardin said that other
displays to be shown at the Insti
A belt-type system of irradiating
food, erected by General Electric
Samples of irradiated foood, a
display sponsored by the Food and
Container division of the U. S.
The two-day institute will feature
uat iocal authorities on peacetime
and practical use of nuclear energy.
Thursday: 4 p.m. coke and discussion.
Latheraa Staot Feandatina
tNaUaaal Latbrraa Council!
535 North 16th
Weekly schedule bejinnin Friday, Nov.
Friday: 7:30 p.m. Open Bouse (Home
Saturday: After-fan ffee hour.
Sunday: 10 a.m. Bi 'tudy.
11 a.m. worshi,
Lutheran Student ssarialiaa
Sunday: 5:30 p.m. Visit from Cotner
Monday: 3-5 p.m. Coffee hour (every
Tuesday: 4 p.m. Christianity course.
Wednesday: 7 p.m. vespers.
7:30 p.m. choir.
Friday: 7:30 p.m. LSA Social with
AC Latheraa Stadent Haas
120 NorU nth
Sunday: i.ii a.m. Bible Study.
Sunday Masses: . I. 10. 11, and 13 noon.
Daily Masses: 6:45 a.m. and 7:15 p.m.,
Daily Rosary: 12 40 pjn. and i P.m.
Confessions: Before and during all
masses. Saturdays at 7:30 p.m.
Religious Courses: Newman Center
Tuesday and Thursday. 11 a.m.
Religious Courses: Af College Activities
Building. T.V. Room, Tuesday at 7 P.m.
Choir Practice: Tuesday at p.m.
Harvest BaU: Nov. 18.
ralversHy Epitreaal Charca
4 Narth 13th
Sunday: I a.m. No Services; 11 a m.
Holy Communion. p.m. Canterbury Din
ner; 7 p.m. Canterbury Program.
University Latheraa Chapel
15th and ttee
Friday: S-10 p.m., open house, re
freshments. Saturday: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. alumni
Sunday: 10:45 a m., worship with ser
mon on. "How the Christian Lives in
This World": 5:30 p.m. Gamma Delta
supper followed by topic. "Archeology
and the Bible." and pledging.
Tuesday: 7 p.m. doctrine group.
Wednesday: 7 p.m. choir rehearsal.
333 North 14
Saturday: Coffee hour alter the game.
Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Worship Workshop.
5:30 p.m. Forum The Christian
Student In His Dating. Speaker. Rex
Monday: 7 a.m. Bible Study.
Tuesday: 7 p.m. Sigma Eta Chi.
Wednesday: 7 P.m. Vespers.
Friday, Nov. II: I p.m. Informal Party.
Sunday: "The Christian Faith and Amerv
ran Economy." by Mr. WiUiam Fry.
5 p m. supper. ( p.m. forum, and 6:45
Sunday: II am. services. 4 p.m. In
Viuon. room 212 another in the series
of discussions on comparative religion
and the concept of values: "The Nature
By BOB COOK
Many scribes have had a tendency lately to refer to the Big Seven
Conference as the Little Six, due to the methodical performance
of Bud Wilkinsons Sooners who have racked up a significant 51
game skein in loop play. Superficially, this may give reason for
the references as the Oklahomans definitely have monopolized the
Conference Grid Crown since the forming of the present Big Seven.
Granted football may be the spectacle that draws the spectators,
but most conference members support nine other athletic squads in
their programs. The Sooners performances here are also highly
creditable, but it is of a keener competitive nature. For instance
Missouri actually nosed out the Oklahomans for top billing in major
sports last season. Awarding points in a basis of the positions relative
to the four major sports; football, basketball, track and baseball the
Tigers edged out the Sooners for the top rung. While Missouri didn't
snare a championship last season their steady showing kept them in
the number one slot.
In an overall pieture for last year, the men from O.U. move
onto the apex of the loop when minor sports are figured in to the
standings. The Sooners mauled minor sport participants in Big
Seven play as they won the swimming, wrestling, tennis and golf
Last season seemed to be the best in the annals of Soonerdom.
iHere is a chart depicting the showings of the conference members
j Okla. Mo. Colo. IS. Nebr. K.U. K.St.
.1 3 3 6 2 7 5
7 2 1 6 3 S 3
2 4 v 5 7 1 6
2 4 5 3 7' 6
6 3 ! 4 5 6
6 3 2 5 6 4
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j Basketball 7
Baseball ....... 1
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