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TTie Poity Nebroskon
Fricfoy, October 18, 1957
Home At Last:
Patched Up Cornhuskers
osf Eastern Champs
By BOB MARTKL
The 1956 Eastern Football Cham
pion Syracuse football squad will
invade Memorial Stadium Satur
day and attempt to use the Corn
huskers as another stepping stone
towards an undefeated season. The
Orangemen hold victories over
Boston University and Cornell and j
have battled Iowa State to a 7-7
In order to jump back into the
win column, the Huskers will have
to contain fullback Ed Coffin. The
terback Harry Tolly, tackle Jer
ry Wheeler and ends Marlin Hil
ding, Bill Tuning and Mike Lee
will probably see action, but may : Kleiber, guards
not be available for starting duty. . center: Charlie
Engel and Dick Prusia, ends; Du
ane Mongerson and Mike Cowan,
tackles; Jerry Petersen and Dick
Le Roy Zer.tic,
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Courtesy Lincoln Journal
. . co-captain
195 pound senior gathered 109
yards rushing and pass receiving
against Boston University. Coffin
has averaged 4.4 yards per carry
The drnrmine of Bennie Dillard ; back; Carroll Zaruba and Larry
for disciplinary measures severely j Naviaux, halfbacks, and Gene Ha
hurt the Husker attack plans. Dil- man fullback,
lard, the fastest of the Husker i Cook and Prusia will captain
backs, had averaged 4.9 yards on j the Nebraska eleven against the
20 carries in three games. j 1956 Lambert Trophy winners.
Senior fullback Jerry B r o w n Music will be the theme of Sat
drew nraise from Syracuse coach urday's halftime activities. Band
Schwartzwalder. An all-conference
selection as a junior last fall,
the husky bucking back averaged
5.3 yards per carry on 129 at
tempts. "If he runs anything like our
Brown," declared the Orange
coach, "we'll be in for a long aft
ernoon." Syracuse's biggest problem has
been that of replacing Jimmy
Brown, All-American halfback of
a year ago.
Jennings took his able bodied
gridders through a scrimmage
Wednesday, the first in more than
a week. The first unit, and prob
able starters against Syracuse,
were Roger Brede and Clarence
Cook, ends; Don Rhoda and Mai
Dohrrrun, tackles; Stu Howerter
and Art Klein guards; Dick Mc
Cashland, center; Roy Stinnett,
quarterback; Doug Thomas and
Gene Sandage, halfbacks, and
Jerry Brown, fullback.
The second unit consisted of Ray
Day will feature
bands with 3,715
67 high school
Courtesy Lincoln Star
. may start
Dick Aloise (230) LE Roger Brede (170)
Quarterback Chuck Zimmerman ; Ron Luciano (225) LT Don Rhoda (225)
will direct the Syracuse offense, j Al Benecick (215) LG Stu Howerter (179)
He has completed 62 per cent of : Mike Bill (212) C Dick MeCashland (198)
his passes, with 18 completions for Gerry Hershey (230) RG Art Klein (211)
S36 yards in three games. i Chuck Strid (225) RT Mai Dohrman (210)
Coffin, Dick Lasse and Glenn i Dick Lass (210) RE : Clarence Cook (212)
Preising have been Zimmerman's chuck Zimmerman (180) QB Roy Stinett (180)
favorite targets this season. Coffin i Stephens (195) LH Doug Thomas (173)
... Ji f,- fnr 7 Dan Fogarty (175) RH Gene Sandage (174)
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yards; Lasse four for 48 yards
and Preising three for 80 yards. !
Syracuse coach Ben Schwartz
walder seems to have solved his
halfback problem. Converted quar
terback Dan Fogarty and trans
planted end Tom Stephens seem
to be set in ?se backfield slots.
Against Boston U. two weeks ago.
i Ed Coffin (195) FB.
.Jerry Brown (205)
Buffaloes Face Kansas State;
Colorado Favored In Clash
Both Fogarty and Stephens play,
capable defensive games and Fo
garty also quarterbacks the sec-
ond team in his spare time.
The Big Eight's two top offenses ; Stransky (way out front with 467
i will meet in Manhattan Saturday j yards on 78 tries) runs at left
Schwartzwalder used no less than when Kansas State hosts Colorado half for the Buffaloes and Gene
10 men at the halfback posts. ' in Homecoming. Kickoff is at l:30,Keady (247 yards on 33 carries)
I p.m. : piays ngnt nan ior it-Mate.
Colorado leads the conference I Colorado comes into this game
j with 1509 yards of offense in four : with an impressive 2-1-1 record,
j games. K-State trails the Buffa- The Buffaloes have dropped Utah,
lnps with a IMl-varH total. Rnth 30-26. and Arizona. 34-14. Thpv
Not a speed merchant, Stephens, i have stuck to the ground most of lost t0 Kansas 35.3 and tied
m-ho opened the 1956 season as;the routeseason rushing totals , Washington, 6-6.
an ena, nas gooa Daiance as a show im ds or Coiorado and Kansas State has a 36-7 win over j
runner. At i5 pounas, ne also : 1M2 for K.state. BYU and last week's 7-7 tie of
has good power. ieague's two top individual i COP to go with two losses to Wy-
Bill Jennings will have most of j rushers also will meet, as Bobioming. 12-7, and Nebraska, 14-7.
his squad available for duty on
Saturday. End Bill Hawkins is a
doubtful stnrter. He has been
bothered by a bruised leg. Quar-
College students seem
to be fo busy with classes,
activities, work, and (oh
yes) socializing, that we
don't have the time or
money to waste on find
ing a good place to eat.
Kings Drive-in's have
solved this problem, how
ever, by offering quick
service, tasty meals and
atmosphere at minimum
Follow the college
crowd to King's now!
C WHY DOES J
( C VVfl EVERYONE LAUGH
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The truth it that everyone does laugh at GOOD OL
CHARLIE BROWN, leader of the fabled Peanuts
gang, the funniest kids in the world. If you don't know
them yet, get a copy of GOOD OL' CHARLIE
BROWN today and begin a long-lasting, long-laughing
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Husker co-captain . . . Clar
ence Cook, senior end, will act
as co-captain this weekend when
the Cornhuskers entertain Syra
cuse. Cook is 6-4, 212 pounds
Courtesy Lincoln .Journal
and rated an excellent pass re
ceiver. Slowed up by injuries in
the eprly part of the season, he
is beginning to round into shape.
Strictly Sportstalk . . .
. . . fcy Bob Alar re
IVlen in the knowl
jL know true from false
The fourth football game Satur
day of the season is coming up
and we haven't used our crystal
bail at all this year. In answer to
the charges of our co-worker
George Moyer, who claims that
after such a bad forecasting job
last season we were afraid to try
it again, we are going out on the
Here's to you, George ....
Syracuse over Nebraska . . . .
not enough able bodied Husksrs.
Missouri over Iowa State . . , .
the Cyclones will fizzle.
Oklahoma over Kansas . . . .
the Sooners miss first place.
Colorado over Kansas State . .
too much Stransky.
Houston over Oklahoma State
.... could go either way.
Navy over Georgia ... the Mid
dies with both barrels.
Ohio Slate over Indiana . . . ,
Hoosiers still hurting.
Wisconsion over Iowa .... up
set of the weekend.
Michigan State over Purdue
in Basement Selleck Quad.
john wayne janet leigh
IWCFIIIWI WUtFIX HAKS COWIEB
College students usually
settle down in their old
neighborhoods after graduation,
rj TRU PALS
False. Statistically, there's only a 50
50 chance that you will return to youi
home area. If you left your homo
State to go to school, the odds are 2
out of 3 that you will settle down in a
different State after you get your
Students who engage in many
campus activities tend to earn
more money in later years.
Q TPIUK Q PALM
False . A recent survey of college gradi '
showed that the BMOCs do not earn
more than students who avoid campus
activities. Thus, campus activities
should be considered as their own
broadening reward, not as stepping
stones to wealth.
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