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Friday, October 2, 1 959
The Daily Nebroskon
by hal broicn
Beavers Playing Third Road Game
After a disastrous first week which saw the Big Eighters
losing six of seven games, they won four and lost four last
week. Two of the wins came against E:g Ten
competition with Nebraska thumping Min
nesota, 32-12 and Missouri squeezing by
Michigan in the final seconds, 20-15.
Other winners were Iowa State over Den
ver, 28-12 and Kansas State over South Da
kota State, 28-12. Losers were Colorado, Kan
sas, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.
Colorado lost to Baylor, 15-7, Oklahoma
State dropped a 13-7 decision to Arkansas,
Syracuse defeated Kansas, 35-21 and North
western overwhelmed Oklahoma, 45-13.
My crystal ball forecast seven of the
eight winners, with the Northwestern-Oklahoma game being
the lone miss, for a percentage of .875. This combined with
the five for seven of the first week gives me 12 of 15 or .800
Now for a look at this week's games:
Nebraska 21, Oregon State 19. Nebraska will miss Kramer
and Olson but should come through with win number two.
Kansas 20, Boston University 12. After two bruising games
with Texas Christian and Syracuse, the Jayhawks will be
hungry for a win.
Missouri 28, Iowa State 14. Missouri has high Orange
Bowl hopes and should stop Dwight Nichols and 'company.
Oklahoma 42, Colorado 13. Pity any team that has to play
the Sooners after they lose and Oklahoma will be real mean
after last week's trouncing.
Oklahoma State 14, Kansas State 13. The Cowboys are
looking for their first win.
Indiana 27, Minnesota 13. Minnesota will probably be the
doormat of the Big Ten this year. Indiana comes to Lincoln
in two weeks.
Iowa 28, Northwestern 26. Both teams won by large mar
gins last week and this will be one of the top games of the
day. Iowa is real tough at home and that should be the difference.
Orpwin State will be Dlav-
ing their third of four consec
utive road games this Satur
day when they meet Nebraska.
The Beavers lost their first
two games to Southern Cal
ifornia and Texas Tech. so
they will be hungry for a win
when they take the field, Sat
Head Coach Tommy Prothor
has moved his regular tail
back, Dainard Paulson, to left
end replacing Don Thiel who
This leaves Juniors Grimm
Mason and Leon Criner to
handle the all-important tail
back position in the Beavers
single wing attack.
Union Coffee Hour Set After Game
An after-the-game coffee I in the Student Union main
hour will be held Saturday j lounge.
Saturday Nita, Oct. 3
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Ski Club Says:
Sigma Phi Epsilon
IEBRASKA18 - OREGON 0
GO BIG RED
n n 7 vra
WE'RE WITH YOU . . .
"Husk 'Em Clean Team"
the Theta's will be at the
game to see
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"CHEW 'EM U
Alpha Tau Omega
"Breeze By the Beavers"
Alpha Gamma Sigma
"OHWARD OVER OREGON"
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