The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 29, 1955, Page Page 3, Image 3
.1 Tuesday, November 29, 1955 Poos 3 THE NEBRASKAN ! V 3 4 I .H- s Courtety Lincoln Journal FISCHER i Jilii 1 It:. ZXt-M IIS XSiil if : ' . ; v ' (i '..--! i X v' IX"" xfX: ' 'X:" ;'.t X , 'V -v 5 " . X ' I .,'v t :;,',:! ' V ' f ?'-" ! "X Vvl y- r ' 4 ' . - w r' i V w 1 ' ' v': ';l ' 7 '- : , ci ; i " ' I I' Courtety UncoiB S'r '''-iK'i.?" i -s-v':::. '' -.4 VS: ';,' . :?:,;:: w-"'. -5i .;.::':iS i ''::'.;fS:;;i ;. 'f. ..jj. . ,, . Vs.:VL: . ' ; v-" - . , v r - - - I I y v H . Coortesy Lincoln Star TORCZON f Courtety Lincoln Star oirs Ion Ail S5g-7 Selectoomis By WALT BLORE Staff Sports Writer Oklahoma dominated the Big Seven Conference football season end its members now dominate the Nehraskan's All-Big Seven Team by placing three on the first team and six more an the second unit. AU-American Guard Bo Boling tr leads the impressive Sooner ag regation that includes back Tom my McDonald and center Jerry Tibbs on the first unit. Nebraska, a team that surprised vith a second place finish in the conference placed four of its group on the first unit. Rex Fischer and Willie Greenlaw paced the backs, while tackle LaVern Torczon and Jon McWilliams, end, led the line men. Other Big Seven standouts ac cording to the Nebraskan are Harold Burnine, Missouri end; Al Portney, Missouri tackle; S a m Salerno, Colorado guard; and Doug Roether, Kansas State full back. Two better pass catchers would be hard to find than Burnine and McWilliams. These sticky fingered flankers lead their respective teams in the pass receiving depart ment. They were also standouts on defense pushing back end sweeps end nailing the opposing halfback on punt returns. Lamar- Meyer of Colorado and John Bell of Okla homa were the toughest contend ers for the end slots and conse quently landed on the Nebraska's second team. Al Portney and LaVern Torczon were the top Big Seven tackles beating out Edmun Gray of Okla homa and Cal Wood worth, also from the land of red dirt and black oil. Torczon was probably the most under-rated tackle during the sea son. The powers that be finally saw fit to make up for the disregard that this speedy stalwart of the Cornhusker line had received dur ing the season. Portney is a re peater from last year's team. A good tackle on a team that had a surprisingly poor year. Bolinger leads the guards in the nation and this honor is only one cf the many the tough 205 pounder vill receive during the winter test imonial banquets. A starter all three years, Bo is probably the top guard turned out by the Okla homa football machine. Salerno, in the Nebraska-Colorado contest, was in on bout 60 per cent of his team's tackles. Salerno just edged out Cecil Morris of Oklahoma for the first team potation. Other guards contending for honors were Bill Taylor of Nebraska and Jim McCauley of Iowa State. Tubbs was without a doubt the outstanding center in the Big Sev en. He opened gaping holes in op ponents' lines and stopped up the holes that were infrequently opened in the Sooner line as linebacker. Don Karnosack of Colorado was the only other center that could ap proach Tubb's ability as a center. The backfield selections were the toughest ones to make.- In spite of a poor over-all record, the Big Seven turned out more star backs than any other conference in the nation. Tommy McDonald, the leading scorer in the league and Rex Fischer, hard charging num ber two ground gainer in the league were the only almost unanimous choices on the Nebraskan team. Fischer is from Nebraska and Mc Donald from Oklahoma. Doug Roe ther of Kansas State edged out Bob Burris and Billy Pricer of Okla homa for the third brickfield slot. Roether finished the season with a plus four yards-per-carry. He is a hard runner and gave Wildcat opponents long afternoons with his thrusts up the middle. Willie Green law lands the fourth spot in the all conference backfield. "Mister Shuf fle" of the Big Seven, Willie con stantly left tacklers grabbing at air with his limp-hip antics. On de fense, he gave pass receivers a tough time, and turned in a 95-yard run against Colorado to prove this point. Other backs worth mention are John Bayuk of Colorado, Don Erway, Nebraska, and Jimmy Hrrris frm Oklahoma. NEBRASKAN'S ALL-BIG SEVEN SELECTIONS First Team Ends John McWilliams, Nebras ka; Harold Burnine, Missouri. Tackles Lavern Torczon, Nebras ka; Al Portney, Missouri. Guards Bo Bolinger, Oklahoma; Sam Salerno, Colorado. Center Jerry Tubbs, Oklahoma. Backs Rex Fischer, Nebraska; Willie Greenlaw, Nebraska; Tom my McDonald, Oklahoma; Doug Roether, Kansas State. Second Team Ends Larnar Meyer, Colorado; John Bell, Oklahoma. Tackles Edmon Gray, Oklahoma; Cal Woodworth, Oklahoma. Guards Cecil Morris, Oklahoma; Jim McCauley, Iowa State. Center Don Karnosack, Colorado Backs Bob Burris, Oklahoma; John Bayuk, Colorado; Don Erway, Nebraska; Jimmy Harris, Okla-hma. f CHRISTMAS CARDS our display of CHRISTMAS CARDS is ready for you 00L0EFIR0D Stationery Store 215 North 14 Courtay Lincoln Journal McWTLLIAMS Four Husker grid aces sur round AU-American BO BOLIN GER from Oklahoma on the Ne braskan All-Big Seven team. Bo linger paces his Sooner team mates as the men from the number one team in the nation dominate the selections along with the Huskers. InkQmmd mm f. Scheduled Intramural swimming competi tion is underway again at the coli seum pool. Monday opened the meet with the preliminaries In the 50 yard free style, the 100 yard breast stroke and the 220 yard free style. The 100 yard backstroke, 100 yard reestyle and the 75 yard individual medley are on tap for this after noon at S p.m. Entries are being accepted at the pool entrance be tween 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. on the days of the events. No entries will be accepted after the 5 p.m. dead line. Spectators are being admitted to the baloony overlooking the pool. Kolis Leply, meet director stres sed that all entrants are required to procure swimming permits from the Student Health office and must have them In order to compete. Toesday-S p.m. 100 yard back, 100 free, 75 yard medley. Wednesday-5 p.m. Diving pre liminaries. Wednesday-7 p.m. Finals plus 150 yard medley relay and 200 yard freestyle. Orwig Plans Eastern Trip; May Confer By BOB BOROM Staff Sports Writer All was quiet on the football front Monday as the University of Nebraska was still seeking a re placement as hed football coach. Bill Orwig, returning from a week end trip to Kansas City and Omaha had nothing new to disclose and the "mum's the word" policy continued. Orwig reassured that no one has been contacted yet in regard to the vacancy at the helm of Husker football. Orwig is slated to apeak at a banquet at Wilbur Tuesday and will later be the guest speaker at the "Banquet of Champions" at Toledo, Ohio. He will head east either Wednesday or Thursday. In answer to a question If lie would attempt to contact anyone for the Husker position while back there he replied "There is a pos sibility I may contact aomeone while I'm back there." My goal is stilLto have a coach by the first of the year. I would like for him to be able to go to the meetings of the American Coaches Association in Los An geles and represent the University of Nebraska." These meeting are set for the second week in January. 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