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The Daily Nebroskon
Wednesday, November 6, 1957
Loop's Top Passer
o Meet Huskers
"This will be as tough a team
as we'll face here in Ames this
year," is Jim Myers' estimate of
Nebraska, Iowa State's Big Eight
foe next Saturday.
"Bill Jennings has done a fine
The Huskers came out of the
Kansas game in good shape physi
cally. Doug Thomas, whose foot
was stepped on, should be ready
to play Saturday. His foot was
X-rayed and the results proved
All Sports tickets which admit
to all winter and spring sports at
the University of Nebraska will go
on sale Monday, November 25,
Business Manager A. J. Lewan
dowski announced. Student prices
are $3.00 for the season and fac
ulty price is $4.00.
Basketball tickets to the general
public will be $16.50 for season
tickets (11 games). Single game
reserved tickets will be $1.50 and
general admission $1.00. There will
be knothole and student tickets at
$.50. These tickets are all avail
able at the Coliseum Ticket Office.
Job of bringing Nebraska along j negative. Don Rhoda was bruised
through the toughest schedule any j a bit but should also be ready
of our teams has faced, Myers to play
added. "His club is begging to
hand out the lessons it has learned
from Army, Pittsburgh and Syra
cuse. On top of that he has been
getting his early injuries and sick
men back. We look forward to our
toughest game Saturday."
Myers indicated a number of
changes for the Cyclones this
week. Some of them were hinted
at or used briefly before but they
will be for good this time.
First one sends No. 2 center,
Frank Powell, to the No. 1 block
ing back spot. Powell played there
briefly before but has to make
th shift now since Marv Walter
has a pair of broken ribs.
Gale Gibson will move to right
tackle and will have Lyle Carl
son as his alternate. Myers needs
more physical power there and
has not been able to get it from
Chuck Latting is likely to stay
at left end, too. Brian Dennis still
suffers from a Charley Horse.
The Nebraska Cornhuskers will
be looking up into the skies Sat
urday. They won't be looking for
Sputnik II. They'll be keeping their
eves peeled for passes that will
be thrown by the Big Eight's lead
ing passer, Dwight Nichols. He has
completed 32 of 64 passes thrown
for a total of 440 yards. Five of
his tosses have been intercepted.
He will be aiming his deadly
throws at his favorite and second
leading Big Eight pass receiver,
Brian Dennis. Dennis has caught
13 passes for a net gain of 183
If any of the previous games
played between these two schools
mean anything, this one could be
a real thriller. A year ago. the
Cyclones were leading 7-6 but a
fumbled pitchout gave th Husk
ers possession and George Harsh
man kicked a field goal with 43
seconds remaining to give the
Hukers a 9-7 edge.
Don Erway' field goal had
turned the trick the year previous
ly at Iowa State when the Huskers
came out with a 10-7 decision.
The University of Nebraska
freshman football team goes to
Kansas State Friday, November 8,
where they will try to pick up their
first win in their second and last
game of the season. Last week,
they were turned back 33-19 by the
Iowa State frosh.
Both Husker quarterbacks were
hurt in the Iowa State fracas but
Dean Cozine should be ready for
the game Friday.
Five freshmen, Bob Daniels, Sid
Cookerly, Pat Fischer, Don Fricke
and Richard Podlashes, who
missed the first Husker yearling
test because of injuries also will
be sitting this one out. Dick Place
and Clay White, who also missed
the Iowa State contest, should be
ready for Friday, however.
Start Cage Practice
University of Nebraska basket
ball freshmen reported for their
first workouts of the season this
Among the top prospects for the
cage sport in the freshman ranks
were Albert Maxey, Indianapolis,
Indiana; Bob Garrettson, Peoria,
Illinois; Mel Harmon, Hebron;
Gayle Peterson, Newman Grove;
and Jim Kowalke, Sioux City,
Many of last year's prep stand
outs around the state were also
on hand for the first workout of
the season. Some all-state selec
tions were on hand as well as top
names from other states.
Attila Ozbek, a native of Tur
key, is also among the young
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Sig Ep's Meet
Phi Psi's For
Frat l-M Title
In the second round of the intra
mural touch football champion
ships, Sig Ep's beat Cornhusker
Co-op 22-0, the Phi Psi's squeaked
by AGR, 6-0, and Canfield beat
Gus II 8-6.
Sig Ep will vie against the Phi
Psi's for the fraternity champion
ship while Canfield will go against
Burr B for the Men's Residence
Hall championships. Newman and
the Dents will play for the Inde
The winner of the Sigma Phi
Epsilon-Phi Kappa Psi tilt will
meet the winner of the Canfield-
Burr B clash which will determine
the Men's Dorm champs. The win
ner of that game will meet the
winner of the Dent-Newman game
which draws a bye for the All-University
winners in touch football.
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Husker Joe Mullins will miss
the Big Eight cross country run
this weekend because of the flu.
Mullins, has won every race in
which he has run and will be
Under the direction of the new
mat coach at the University, Head
Coach Bill Smith, the Husker
wrestling team is prepping for
their 1957 season.
Smith so far has 25 men out for
the mat sport and is expecting sev
eral members of the football squad
to start working out as soon as the
grid season is over. Fifteen of
these 25 were down with the flu
but they are now beginning to re
appear, Coach Smith said.
Statistically, champion Oklaho
ma has the edge both offensively
and defensively on Missouri as the
two teams head into their game
this week-end that will determine
the Big Eight football leader. Both
are undefeated in league play.
Conference tabulations following
last week's games show the Soon
ers, defending national champions
and second-ranked team in t h e
country last week, have six
game "total offense average of
342.6, as compared with Missouri's
215.8 for seven games.
Oklahoma has allowed its oppon
ents an average of 208 yards, while
Missouri has given up 287.7.
Even in losing its 6-9 squeaker
to Missouri, Colorado and Bob
Stransky maintained dominance in
the league. The Euffaloes now
have a seven-game average of
392.7 in total games, Kansas State
is third with 275.8, and Missouri
Stransky, who for two straight
weeks has been the national rush
ing leader, picked up 75 yards
against the Tigers to swell his
total to 764 yards. On 128 carries
that gives him a 5.1 average, a
drop from last week's 6.4. Al
though he didn't tally Saturday,
Stransky retained his individual
scoring leadership with 57 points.
Clendon Thomas of Oklahoma
advanced to the No. 2 rushing spot,
replacing Eddie Dove of Colorado.
The Sooner halfback has 443 yards
on 79 trips. Dove has 59 for 434,
and Dwight Nichols of Iowa State
slipped back with 140 for 423
Nichols held on to forward pass
ing honors with 32 completions in
64 pitches for 440 yards. Wally
Strauch of Kansas replaced Phil
Snowden of Missouri as runner-up
with 18 of 41 for 290. Snowden
has the same number of tosses
and completions but for 243 yards.
Still the top pass receiver is
Boyd Dowler of Colorado with 16
for 219, with Brian Dennis of Iowa
State taking over second with 13
for 183. Homer Floyd of Kansas
dropped to third on 8 for 149.
Missouri's Bob Haas remained
the top punter with lfi averaging
42.4 yards, while Thomas of Okla- j
homa moved in behind him with j
23 averaging 40.3. Harry Tolly of!
xveDrasKa aroppea w uura wiin
39.9 on seven kicks.
Thomas of Oklahoma moved
from far down the list into the
lead as a punt returner. The Soon
er has carried six back for an
average "of 26.2. Jakie Candefer,
also of Oklahoma and last week's
leader, is next with eight averag
Behind Stransky in individual
scoring is his cohort, Dove, with
42, Thomas with 36, and Hank
Kuhlmann of Missouri with 30.
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