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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1955)
Wednesdcy, November 16, 1955
Intramural managers are re
minded to submit their All-Opponent
teams for intramural foot
ball to the NEBRASKAN office.
Tbe deadline for these lists has
been set for Thursday at 1:00. AH
teams not contributing these lists
will be penalized by not having
any squad members included in the
F Fannie Mqfq
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By BOS WIEZ
Staff Sparta Writer
Wilhe Greenlaw, junior tailback
from Portland, Maine, and Jerry
Brown, sophomore, guard from
ICoden have been nominated for
the "Nebraskaa Star of tbe Week"
awards for -
their ouistsnd- ' .
jog ' perform- .
ances against ,
the Colorado t
KcarTalns bere .
tbe game 37 to
Gree a 1 a w,
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weighs in ' at Greeaiaw
133 poiimfo, was the main factor in
coda of Nebraska's first three
tooc&jdowas wbkh pot tbe Baskers
ahead 21 to in the first qoarter.
Be recovered a fmnsble an tbe
cpemag kkkaG.keep in Cbkrado
tetrtSory to set nj fine first touch
down. Tben a few mmjtn later
Nebraska leading 7 to I, be
scampered 47 yards on a lateral
from Quarterback Don Erway and
seconds later pirated a Buff aerial
on bis own fire yard line and went
95 yards down tbe sidelines witb
blockers ahead of him to score.
During tbe afternoon, Greenlaw
made 192 yards on IS carries for
a 6.4 average. Ee ranks third in
tbe Big; Seres Conference in rush
ing witb 432 yards gained in 99
Last season as a sophomore
Greenlaw gained O yards rushing
m just SS carries for a rafty 7J
W23e a tripfe-tlirealer m foot
ball, was an outstanding pitcher on
the Cornbosker baseball aooad last
Brown, 198 pound former A3
Stater, was a menace to Colorado
backs all afternoon as be coc&n
uaUy was stopping such men as
John Bayck for or no gam at
aX Brown started tbe season at
faCback bat after Jim Ifiarpby, Co
knmbcss; jcsssor, suffered a broken
leg be asked to be shifted to a
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By BOB BO RIM
Staff Sparta Writer
Nebraska and Oklahoma, who
lock horns Saturday on the Me
morial Stadium sod for the Big
Seven championship, wZH field the
three top running backs in the loop.
Win, tie or lose, the Sooner have
a sure ticket to tbe Orange Bowl
Hosier halfback Rex Fischer,
who holds a one game edge over
Tommy McDonald of Oklahoma,
finally dislodged the Sooner star as
tbe number ooe ground gainer.
Conference statistics show Fischer
with 119 carries for 532 yards
against McDonald's 76 carries for
550 yards. Average-wise McDonald
holds an impressive margin. Willie
Greenlaw, shifty N.U. junior holds
i,t the aimber three slot after
an impressive showing Saturday
against the Buffs.
Tbe nation's top ranked eleven
continued to roll in overall statis
tics. Oklahoma now has 3187 yards
in total offense, an average of
398 J, to move within 66 yards of
West Virginia, national leader. Ne
braska's 2182 yards is third best
Tbe only change in the individual
scoring race saw Husker field gen
eral Don Erway move into second
ahead of Bob Bums of O.U. witb
55 points. Erway netted two T-D.'s
a field goal and four extra points
in the Colorado victory. Erway is
tbe only conference player to
have scored in all three categories;
touchdowns, field goals and extra
In other statistics wingman Jon
Mc Williams stayed in third posi
tion in pass receiving with 13 for
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