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Sooners To Repeat
As League Champs
111 the 12th aiiul Bis Eight pre- years
eason poll. Oklahoma was selected tram earning
..... . .... berth last yea
to romp 10 US IWI1 ciMiscvuinc uh
disputed league erown. This yea;.
7 area sportswriters and sports
casters unanimously picked Okla
homa to sweep to its annual con
balloting. Colorado, fresh
the Orange Bov;,
ear. was voted second
bv a landslide. Colorado was givti I
3ti votes for second place w nile
3rd rated Kansas carnered o;i!v
Nelson. Rock? r
16 votes. Chet
Hal Evans. Larn-
eA Tiller & Tnile r. and Chuck Gar.
The main discussion did not seem rily UMver p wanwd that the
to be whether or not it would rip Buffs will be just as rugged, may.
the conference as soundly as it ha be more so with retention of a fine
in the past decade. The general' backfield.
opinion of the poll seemed to be Missouri with 11 second place
that the Sooners would completely yotes and lfi ,hird ,ace VMes cl(we.
""'I' . " w- m m , wih .n-i ly followed Kansas in the race f.
w ith its highly publicize depth and '
Jack Pay ne, WOW-TV sportscat
er, sa-a. "me loss w.em u. braska aud Kansas in the race for
last fall's National Championship j second.
machine is overshadowed by a plowing Missouri were Xebws
Varsitv squad that smacks the.
tl. n, iw tim m ka. fifth: Kansas State, sixth: aud
nmni for the first time in a .
I ! . II
Seven Key Men On Huscer nury lis;
Jennngs Rafes Dilland As Vastly Improved
Diesence is needed the most.
Jennings said that although :h
U-aia is injury ridden they ha a
lost noive ol their hustle and aggressiveness.
third and fourth places. Missouri
dropped from last season's rating
i . w j i - v.
Cuurtw Unroln Jnurnal
Wilkinson . . . Top choice
Injuries still continue to plague
the Cornhuskers, as they ready for,
their season's opener with Wasli-j
ington State Saturday, September
21. "Severf of my key men are on
the injured list," stated Coach
Bill Jennings. The injured mm'
are End Clarence Cook, Guard!
Jerry Peterson, Guard Pat Fits-)
gerald, Guard Art Klein, Center ,
LeRoy Zentic, Halfback Dean!
Flock and Fullback George Cifra. j
Several sophc.iores w ere lauded j
by Jennings for their improving!
toil in the past week. These in-i
elude Zentic. Tackle Don Olson,1
Tackle Duane Mongerson, Gua:d
Dale Siemer. End Max Marlz,
End Roger Brede, Quarterback I
Harry Tolly, and Halfbacks Jim
Hergenreter and Bennie Dillard.
Dillard, a Texas speedster was
on the varsity last year however
he was injured in his first varsity
game. He is still eligible for thre
more years of college football. Dil
lard. who is known for his terrific
speed w as advanced from the
fourth lineup to the first lineup In
practice Dillard has used his ter
rific speed to break away for sev
eral long runs.
Jennings saio that the varsity
would hold a light scrimmage eith
er today or tomorrow behind closed
doors. Going into today's scrim
mage here are the three deep line
ups released by Jennings:
The left ends are Bill Hawkins.
Marlin Hilding, and Brede; left
t.ckles Don Rhoda, Mongerson and
Mike Cowan: left guards Stu How
erter. Jerry Peterson, and Seimer:
centers Zentic, Dick McCashlam!
and Dick Prusia; right guards
Klein, Don Kampe. and Dick
Klieber; right tackles Olson. Jerry
Wheeler, and Mai Dohrman; right
ends Mike Lee, Ray Engel. and
Bill Tuning; quarterbacks are Tol
ly. George Harshman,' and Roy
Stinett; left halfbacks Dillard, Ca;
roll Zaruba. and Hergenreter; right
halfliacks Larry Naviaux, Gene
Sandage. and Martt: fullbacks Je."
ry Brown, Cifra, and Leo George.
The first lineups are compos d
of 13 sophomores, six juniors, and
14 seniors. Leo Thomas will oe
used fit left tialfback and quarter i
backs depending on which slot his
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Featuring on Saturday, Sept. 1 4th
. RICK BURGESS
Ten poll members picked Okla
homa to march to the National
championship for the second year
in a rwo. Jay Simon of the 0:a
homt City Oklahonisn went so tar
as to predict me sooners to ex-
Iowa State, seventh. Iowa Sia;? Nebraska
f-athcrfvi .5 nnt nf a nnssiWc M plans were
long range football
given a severe jo'.t
last place votes in the balloting for
the cellar position.
Kansas and Missouri, the lai'.cr
under new coach Frank Broyles.
were mentioned as "most improved
tend its present victory string of teams in the conference." Iowa
40 to 51 with a win in the Orange state drew scant but raucous sup
port from Dick Greene. WOI-TV,
of Ames who voted last year's cel
lar club to leap all the way :o
Bowl next New Year's Day.
Jack Bickham, Norman. Oklalio
ma Transcript, praising Bud Wil-kinsor-'s
genius for building quarter,
backs commented, "Bud probably
could come up with an adequate
signal-caller even if he had to go
to the Anatomy department and
build one out of spare parts."
third place. Four other sportscast
ers and sportswriters picked the
Cyclones to finish as high as tifth.
It looks like another great year
for Oklahoma. As John Cromley of
the Oklahoma City Oklahoman s.st
ed. "No matter if thev use the
In the race for second place, the siiigle wing or Platte rirer spread,
tabulated vote did not pack the the Sooners will run off and hide
teams nearly as close as last again."
when it was announced Tuesday
that all-state back Virgil Williams
of Omaha North High School will
not attend the Lincoln school.
Williams said that he plans to
enroll at the State University of
Iowa and try to obtain an Iowa
scholarship for the second semes
ter. The Omaha prepster, w ho had
earlier signed a grant-in-aid appli
cation at Nebraska, was declared
scholastically ineligible because he
did not rank in the upper two
thirds of his high j-hool graduat
Williams had visited with Husk
er coach Bill Jennings in Lincoui
last week, it was learned, but
since he could not receive a.iy
financial help he apparently de
cided to enroll at Iowa.
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