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    Tuesday, September 23, 1953
The Daily Nebroskon
Poqe 3
Sig Nu's Down Sig Chi's 21-14
Betas, Sig Eps, And Phi Psis Also Win First Matches
By Larry Novlcki
Don Wenzl and Yogi Her
genrader provided an effec
tive one-two punch for Sigma
Nu in a well-played 21-14 vic
tory over Sigma Chi yester
day afternoon on the Intra
mural field.
Wenzl caught one touch
down pass and harassed the
Sigma Chi offense with vicious
end play. Throughout the
fexavtvaow. 1
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aaaaaaaiia"aaw ' -a WHPVMMB
game he kept the opposing
secondary on their toes ith
his faking and catching.
Hergenrader ran for one
touchdown from his tailback
slot and passed for two more
Jon Frickson as the stand
out for Sigma Chi. He hit Wes
Bern- and Al EUerbrok far
touchdowi strikes.
The three other games that
were played yesterday ended
up as one-sided affairs. The
Beta's blanked the DU's 19-0;
the Sig Ep's downed the Phi
Delts 18-2; and the Phi Psi's
blasted the ATO's S9-0.
All stater Dick Place ran
for one touchdown and passed i
for two more for Beta Theta I
Pi. Charlie Arizumi's hard!
charging kept the Delta Up-;
silon passers under such!
heavy pressure that they)
could not muster a sustained
offensive at any time during;
tne game.
Cork Rowley connected for
three TD's as Sigma Phi Ep
silon rambled past Phi Delta
Theta. Darrel Pinkstoa was
on the receiving end of two
Rowley payoff passes, the
second of which w as a reach
ing, diving snare.
The final Sig Ep touchdown j
was a 45-yard shot with Cork
Engle hauling in the pigskin, j
Engle and Chuck Green wald j
also turned in some good !
blocking and defensive work. '
Dick Jacobs, the Phi Delt
tailback and field general,
could not get anything going
Phi Kappa Psi displayed
shades of their 1956 all-University
championship team as
they overpowered Alpha Tau
Omega 39-0.
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Don Fricke, S-fl and 18(1, sophomore center from Hastings
was part of the Ilusker linebacking corps that was de
scribed as nothing short of sensational.
Big Eight Roundup
Golden Herd Lay In Wake For Sooners
By Randall Lambert
Far out west where the
Buffaloes run rampant 45,000
thousand fans eagerly await
Nov. 1. On that day the
most highly-touted Colorado
football squad in history will
match strides with Oklahoma
in a game that has been sold
out since last summer.
It was two years ago
Folsom Field amid blizzard
conditions that the Sooners
Weiss unfurled the most
dazzling play of Saturday's
scrimmage as he bolted
through the line from his line
backer spot to pick off a
stray pitchout and ramble 5
yards for a touchdown.
Tackles, Guards Weak
The two weakest-appearing
I Colorado positions are left
Of the two, center now
1 L. c.t v.-
came from behind to nudge,1"""" "
Coach Dal Ward has tad
Again last year at Norman , on first team far
the Sooners pulled it out ofNo one has stPpped forward
the fire winning in the last1o uke charge. This has
half 14-13. I Ward worried.
This year the Buffalo; -Frankly, I thought we'd at
coaches have one aim in mind lpac1 v.av. . nrettv rood line
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Buffs in the last half 27-
and that is to beat Oklahoma.
The Buffs even brought in
Slingin" Sammy Bauffh, pro
football's greatest passer,
and Phil Bengston, San Fran
cisco 4!-er defensive coach,
to Boulder to work with the
Buffs in spring practice.
Baugh Says
After spring drills had
closed. Baugh had this to say
about the Buffs. "Colorado
on who the man would be
by this time, he commented
Monday. ""But no one has
done much so far except
move ahead for a day or so
then fall back. Our big prob
lem is speed. We started the
I fall with Tom Siratouch run
ning number one. The second
l week we moved Terry Smoth
ierman up because he looked
1 like he was starting to come
has the horses to put a!nn( aisn Wause he's nrob-
ticreeching halt to O k 1 a-: aWy e fastest center candi
homa's win skein in the Big ; date although he's no speed
Eight conference. Colorado 'demon. But Smotherman
has the finest single wing
back running attack I've ever
seen ana tney ve goi Tremen
dous depth. 1 really believe
that they can beat Oklahoma
this fall." Baugh went on to
say. "'Colorado has an o u t
standing back in Bill Flowers
from Vi"ril, Texas. He is
one of the finest telf jacks I
have ever seen."
This past week four sopho
mores occupied first unit
berths with six more on the
second team.
This is in sharp contrast
with Coach Dal Wards ex
pressed opinion of Sept. 1,
when the Buff coach com
mented he didn't feel more
than five first year men
would show up on the top 22.
Dowler Disappointing
One of the big disappoint
ments has been Boyd Dowler,
first string quarterback last
year. Last year Dowler was
a mainstay in the backfield
which contained Bob Stran
sky, who has departed to the
Baltimore Colts. Dowler was
the leading pass receiver in
the Big Eight with 25 catches
for 376 yards. He also was
the second leading punter
with a 40.2 average for 32
punts. He ranked eighth in
passing with 15 completions
out of 47 throws which were
good for 271 yards.
At the present time Dowler
Is running with the second
team behind Ralph Herbst.
Only three Buffaloes have
maintained their starting jobs
consistently in the first two
weeks. They are LG John
Wooten. RE Kirk Campbell
and RH Eddie Dove.
Campbell bas been ham
pered by a badly swollen el
bow. But he has hung on as
number one right end. The
Denver junior has had an up-
and-down fall with the irxw
plaguing him almost from the
start. But big Kirk is a resil
ipnt smil and bounced back
hie after Saturday's scrim'
mare is he eloped to Raton,
N. M., to marry his high
school sweetheart.
didn't do too well Saturday
so well give Robin Cherp a
trv with the first unit this
The speed factor at center
was the item causing the
most concern as practice be-
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No Layoff For Huskers
Rcadv Selves For Bis Ten Encounter
Nebraska's Cornhuskers
won't be relaxing this week
enjoying the fruits of their
14-7 victory over the Penn
State Nittany Lions. When
they travel to Lafayette, In
diana, this weekend they will
be meeting one of the top
ranked teams in the Big Ten
in the Purdue Boilermakers.
First Test
It will be Purdue's first
test. Unlike Penn State,
the Boilermakers have been
warned that the Cornhuskers
deserved a higher ranking
than the experts accorded
them in preseason placings.
Before the season opened,
Coach Rill Jennings told
Ilusker followers: "We prom
ise only one thing, we'll field
a bunch of lads w ho will hit."
His team bore out his words
in a slam bang battle with
the Nittany Lions of Penn
State, rated as one of the
top four in the East.
More good news came from
the Husker camp when it w as
6v lorry iwvicki
The intramural season is
getting into full swing as foot
ball, fall golf, shuffleboard
and tennis lead the way into
the most elaborate and com
plete 1M season ever at the
University of Nebraska.
Intramural director Ed Hig
taking place out there. If you
think you can write, drop
down to our office in the base
ment of the S t u d e n t Union
and we'll see what we can
do for you.
Also, if anyone or any team
doesn't think thev're getting
ginbotham has plans for i good coverage, just tell s.
Dowler Disappointing
around forty different compe
titions. Nearly every sport im
aginable is included in t h e
program, making Nebraska
the top IM school in the Big
Eight conference perhaps
even in the entire country. I
With all the activity going
on intramural lines the Piily
Nebraskan has decided to de
vote quite a bit more space
to them in fact nearly half
of every sports spage.
We Want Reporters
What we'll need to 3o this
properly is reporters and
plenty of them. We're really
hurting for a man out on Ag
c ampus who can phone in re
results of events that are
Two Oinalians I
Lead I-State
Two former Omaha athletes
led Iowa State to a wild 330
victory over the Drake Bull
dogs. The two Nebraskans,
Bob Harden and Pete Goeser,
were either responsible or
partially responsible for four
of the five Cyclone touch
downs. Harden, former Omaha
Benson prepster, plunged
from the one-yard line twice
to score and once from the
two for a score. Goeser, jun
ior tailback also from Omaha
Benson, replaced D w i g h t
Nichols and connected with a
52 yard pass for another Iowa
State score.
We won't know what 5e want
unless you clue us in. There's
a letter drop right inside our
front door. Address your mail
to either Randy Lambert or
In this weekly column IH
try to run down a few of the
highlights and peculiarities of
the 1M campaign. If anyone
has anvthing newsworthy or
unusual, drop me a note, and
you'll probably see it in the
paper the next day.
More News Ta Come
Right now I'll have to be
heading over to the PE field
to take in the first touch foot
ball games. Ill be back again
next week with a little more
news and not so much idle
discovered that tht paper-thin
ranks of the Huskers had held
Good Fall Camp
The intensive fall camp tha
Huskers went through wtl
probably responsible for the
lack of injuries and the good
condition the Huskers w e re
in during the crucial final pe
riod. "We've got aa awfally
hard row ahead, Coach Jen
nings said after the game.
"But I feel sure the squad
will continue the fine efforts
it showed the opeaiig
game. We've got another club
just as big and just as strong
as Penn State coming up this
week when we meet Purdue
at Lafayette."
The Huskers will go into the
Purdue game again as un
derdogs. Saturday's game will mark
the first meeting between Ne
braska and Purdue in foot
ball. It will be the 103rd game be
tween Nebraska and a Big
Ten team since the Huskers
started playing football in
Nebraska has won 38. lost
55 and tied 10. Prior to World
War II Nebraska had an edge.
Through 1940. the Huskers
were on top 3!-31-8.
Patronize Th
Nebraskan Advertisers
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IM Results !
Sigma Nu 2! Sifrma hi 14
Betl TheU Pi 1 DelU lipsilon (1
Siema Phi KpsiJon IB Phi Tlelta Thrta 2
Phi Kappa Psi at) Alpha Tau Olnega I
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Mr. Mogoo Cartoon!
soon fnyt iffmmi wmMm
Do You Think i
or YoursQlt r(
FamlllarV ,19 fll
pack or C O'
cru6h- s
proof v S
Do you often dislike doing favors for
others, even though you tell yourself
you enjoy it?
Do you ref - to worry about things
you can't do anything about?
Would you be completely at ease if
you found yourself Buddenly in the
spotlight at a social gathering?
Would you vote for establishing an,
international language other
than English?
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Can you compete with another person
without feeling hostile?
Do you ever say things you don't
believe, just to start a discussion?
When you're very hungry, do you like
to try out strange foods?
Do you enjoy being called upon as aa
umpire to settle disputes?
The Man Who Thinks for Himself
Now answer this one: Do you really think about
the filter cigarette you choose? YES NO
If your answer is "Yes". . . well, you're the kind
of person who thinkt for himself. You can be
depended on to use judgment in everything you do.
The fact is, men and women who really think for
themselves usually Bmoke VICEROY. Their reason?
Best in the world. They know for a fact that
only VICEROY no other cigarette has a
thinking man's Ifcr end a smoking man's taste.
if you have answered YES TO 6 OF
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