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The Daily NIebroskon
Friday, October 11, 1957
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Courtoiy Linooln Journal
Courtrnf Lincoln Star
Pittsburg Next Stop For Cornhuslcers;
Flu, Injuries Hamper Jenning's Strategy
By BOB MARTEL Caught between the flu and foot-
Sports Editor ball injuries, player availability in
The Injury plagued Cornhuskers the Husker camp has been severe
will journey to Pittsburgh today to J ly lessened,
take on t he rugged Pittsburgh The Husker physical setup
Panthers in Saturday's grid contest. I shows:
Selective Service College
Qualification Test Set May 1
The selective sea-vice college
qualification test will be offered
on or about May 1, 1958, accord
ing to Francis Drath, deputy state
director of selective service for
This test, given for the purpose
of permitting college students to
qualify for f r a f t deferment, is
normally held at the principal
colleges in Nebraska once each
It has been necessary, however,
to restrict testing to one test dur
ing the current academic year,
due to budgetary limitations and
the reduced demand on the selec
tive' service system for inductees
into the armed forces.
The college qualification test is
used by local draft boards in de
termining eligibility of a college
student for deferment to continue
his college work. A score of 70 or
more on this test may be consid
ered basis for the deferment of
an undergraduate, and a score of
80 or more may be considered
basis for deferment to graduate
studies. College deferments are
also granted on the basis of class
The number of students taking
the college qualification test has
been reduced because in the last
two years no one has been in
ducted involuntarily who was not
22 at the time of his induction.
Many college students have com
pleted their work by the time they
attain the age of 22.
Applications Due
All students who expect to re
ceive bachelors or advanced de
grees or teaching certificates at
the close of the first semester
should apply for same by Nov.
1, 1957, If they have not yet
done so.
Students may make applica
tion at the Senior Chocking Of
fice, 103 Administration II a 1 1,
between the hours 8:3(1 a.m. to
12 noon and 1p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
End Marlin Hilding and Guard
Jerry Petersen, flu victims, re
leased from the infirmary but not
available for duty.
End Mike Lee, injured and def
initely lost this week.
Quarterback Harry Tolly, injured
with outside chance of playing
Ends Bill Hawkins and J i m
Moore, Halfback, Bennie Dillard
and Tackle Jerry Wheeler, flu, still
in student health.
Halfback Carroll Zaruba, rein
jured and apparently lost for the
Pitt contest. He may be out for the
With the loss of so many key per
sonnel, Bill Jennings has been
forced to move halfback Doug
and Dick Prusia to second unit
end. Prusia has been used both at
center and fullback.
The revamped lineup will in
clude Roger Brede and Clarence
Cook at the ends; Don Rhoda and
Don Olson tackles; Stu Howerter
and Don Kampe, guards; Dick
Thomas to second unit quarterback
McCashfand, center; Charley
Smith, quarterback, J i m Her
genreter and Gene Sandage, half
backs; Jerry Brown, fullback.
This will be the twenty first
game between Nebraska and Pitts
burg and although Pitt holds a de
cided edge, 14-3, with three giies
ending in scoreless ties, many
games have been close ones.
The Cornhuskers first met the
Panthers in 1921 and won 10-0.
The next game was played in 1927
and Pitt won 21-13. These teams
last met at the Pitt Stadium In
1955. Nebraska took an early 7-0
lead but eventually lost, 21-7.
Present Pittsburgh Coach John
my Michelosen was the starting
quarterback in three of Pitt's wins
over the Huskers.
Junior Quarterback Bill Kaliden
will be directing the Pitt offense
on Saturday. Kaliden has complet
ed 13 passes in 31 attempts for
167 yards. His favorite receiver is
Art Gob. Gob has caught 5 passes
for 82 yards and one touchdown.
Left halfback Dick Haley has
gained 120 yards in 39 attempts for
a 3.8 yard average. The leading
ground gainer on the Pittsburg
squad is reserve back Bob Stark
who has gained 136 yards in 35
carries for a 4.5 average.
The Pittsburgh line averages 219
pounds and is a tough forward wall
to crack. Center Charley Brueck
man is the Pitt All-American candi
date. The 212 pound pivot man is
adept both on offense and defense.
Experts have established Nebras
ka as a 20 point underdog in this
The Panthers were beaten in
their season opener by Oklahoma
26-0. They bounced back, however,
and tied Oregon 6-6 and beat
U.S.C. 20-14.
The Cornhuskers last week de
feated Kansas State 14-7 after los
ing its first two games of the sea
son to Washington State 34-12,
and Army 42-0.
Halfbacks Doug Thomas and
Gne Sandage will share the coin
tossing duties for Nebraska on
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Kansas Against Iowa State Cyclones;
Only Big Eight Game Of Weekend
The only Big Eight Conference
game this weekend pits the Kansas
Jayhawks against Iowa State. The
Cyclones who took a good beating
from the Sooners last weekend
will be the underdogs against
the Jayhawks, who narrowly
edged a strong Colorado squad
their last game. The outmanned
Cyclones will be hoping for an up-
Milwaukee Braves
New World Champs
CourtMy Sunday
JiHirnal and Star
Staff Sports Writer
It took a great deal of nerve
and an error, but the Milwaukee
Braves have given the state of
Wisconsin its first baseball World
Championship. The Braves won
the annual
World Series
yes terday
when they
stopped the
c h a m p s of
1956, the New
York Yankees '
by a 5-0 mar
gin. The Braves
got g r e a t
clutch . pitch
i n g, again,
from 30-year-old Lew Burdette, to
turn the tide on the Yankees. Bur
dette hurled his second straight
shutout of the series and has now
worked 24 straight scoreless in
nings. He also became the first
pitcher to win three games in one
world series since Harry (The
Cat) Brecheen did it in liNb
against the Boston Red Sox.
Burdette showed a great deal of
courage throughout the entire
game as he allowed the Yankees
but seven hits. He hurled the game
after Warren Spahn came down
with a cold. The right hander had
had only two days of rest since his
last performance on Monday.
Milwaukee scored four of its
runs in the third inning to take
the lead in the seventh game of the
classic. An error by Milwaukee
born, Tony Kubek, opened the
gate for the winners. With one
out and Bob Hazle on first base
Johnny Logan hit a bouncer to
Kubek and the rookie's throw to
second in a double play attempt
was wild. The third baseman was
charged with an error and 'both
runners were safe. Ed Mathews
was next and he doubled both
runners home for what turned out
to be the only runs needed for Bur
dette. But, the Braves weren't fin
ished. Bobby Shantz replaced Don
Larsen on the mound and prompt
ly gave up two more singles and
an infield roller to drive in the
other tallies.
Casey Stengel's crew fought
gamely to the finish but Burdette
was too much of an obstacle. In
the ninth Gil McDougald singled
to center with one out. Then Ku
bek trying to redeem himself flied
to center and the Bombers had
only one more chance. Gerry
Colemnn kept the attempted rally
alive with a single to right and
relief hurler Tommy Byrne got an
infield hit off Felix Mantilla's
glove. That brought to the plate
Bill Skowron, the injured New
York first baseman who had not
played since the opening game.
"The Moose" lashed a ball to
Mathews at third and the big guy
stepped on the bag for the final
putout of the game and of the
It will be a big night In Mil
waukee and for the Braves them
selves. They fought hard all the
way in winning the one that count
ed. However, it looked like the
contest might go the other way
in the first when Hank Bauer hit
Burdette's first pitch for a double.
It turned out that this would be
the Yankees biggest chance until
the ninth.
Relief pitching by Art Ditmar,
Tom Sturdivant, and Byrne spar
kled in blanking Milwaukee from
the third frame until the eighth,
fhen, Del Crandall homered into
the left field bleachers to give
the Braves an extra run.
set over Kansas which has an
eighteen pound advantage in th
Bud Wilkinson, who is still shed
ding tears over the condition of
his team is favored over a fairly
good Texas team. The Oklahoma
Texas game will feature a teacher
pupil battle since Darrell Royal,
the new Longhorn coach, was the
quarterback on Wilkinson's 1949
Powerhouse. The possible loss of
Clendon Thomas is the Sooner's
main problem.
Colorado plays host to underdog
Arizona this Saturday afternoon,
Colorado, with a 1-1 overall re
cord, expects to gallop over the
Tucson team which has lost to an
other T' Eight foe, Missouri.
Kansas State, still smarting un
der a 14-7 defeat by Nebraska last
week is traveling out to Stockton,
California, to play the College of
Pacific, K-State is in top shape to
play the favored Tigers, who have
rolled non-stop over three succes
sive foes. The Tigers have beaten
San Diego State, Fresno State and
The Missouri University squad,
which was run over last week
by Texas A & M, has a Friday
night game In the Cotton Bowl
with Southern Methodist. This will
be the 15th Mizzou-SMU contest
wit the Mustangs favored to beat
the Missouri team. SMU has eight
straight wins over the Tigers, in
eluding a 33-27 win last year.
Oklahoma A 4 M, the newest
member in the conference, plays
host to Tulsa this Saturday. The
Aggies will be favored.
Jim Brown, Syracuse Unlver.
versity'g 1956 Ail-American left
halfback, hails from Manhasset,
Long Island. Ernie Jackson, who
is expcled to take over the gradu
ted Brown's post at Syracuse this
fall, resides in Port Washington,
Long Island community just
three miles from Manhasset.
Roger Wehrbein
Roger Wehrbein has been ap
pointed chairman of the Ag Un
ion Publicity Committee to fill the
position recently vacated by Chris
Johannson. Roger also holds the
position of Assistant Editor of the
Ag Union Newsletter.
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