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Wednesday, October 21, 1959
The Daily Nebrcakcn
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FIRST 200 GAME BY A CO-ED Linda ' . Student Union Bowling Lanes. At the left
Lonsbrough, right, was the first girl to roll is Merle Reiling, Union games manager.
a 200 game In league competition on the Sandra Schneider is in the center.
Tolly To Be
Harry Tolly, quarterback,
and Max Martz, end, have
been named co-captains for
the Missouri game by head
football coach Bill Jennings.
Jennings sent his troops
through a defensive scrim
mage Tuesday with Harry
Tolly, Clay White, Darrell
Cooper and Don Fricke being
held out of the contact work.
Pat Salerno will undergo sur
gery today for a cheek frac
ture suffered against Indiana.
Ron Meade and Joe Rutigli
ano worked on passing with
the hope Chat the Huskers will
be able to move the ball
through the air against the
Passing yardage by Mis
souri opponents against the
-Tigers is as follows: Penn
State, 177; Michigan, 134;
Iowa State, 42; Southern
Methodist, 120; and Okla
Saturday is homecoming at
Missouri and will be the first
of two successive homecom
ing games for the Huskers.
Drop 6-1 Match
The Lithuanicans scored
five points in the second half
while holding Nebraska score
less to take a 6-1 win over the
Huskers in a soccer match
The Nebraska booters will
play in Vermillion, South Da
kota, Saturday and in Omaha
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Frosh Quarterback Bonistall
Is Named Star of The Week
By Norm Beatty
Ernie Bonistall, freshman
quarterback, has become the
first freshman to receive the
Dailv Nebraskan Star of the
Week award this year.
The six-foot-plus gridder
from Williamsville (Buffalo).
New York, was responsible for
three of tne yearling s live
scores in the 33-13 win over
the Iowa State frosh.
Ernie scored the third Ne
braska touchdown on a one
yard plunge after he engi
neered the iresnman secona
unit into scoring position.
Rnnistflll used his adept
throwing ability to add the
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second Nebraska touchdown
and followed up with a .two
yard flip for the extra point.
Bonistall was a versatile
athlete in high school where
he earned all-conference rat
ing in football, basketball and
baseball. He was a quarter
back in football, a guard in
basketball and a pitcher in
The 18-year-old business ad
ministration student, says
playing In tbr Annual Buffalo
Ad Club All-Star game was
his greatest thrill, even though
his team lost 13-6. "The pur
pose for which we played
overshadowed the ""defeat,"
said Bonistall of the Heart
Bonistall, along with team
mates Dennis Claridge and
John Faiman, give the Husker
coaching staff something to
smile about when they think
of the quarterback situation
for the coming years.
by hal broivn
Three conference games and two non-conference clashes
are on the Big Eight schedule for Saturday. The Nebraska
Missouri game and the Kansas-Oklahoma affair lead the list.
Both games will have their effect on the race for the
Orange Bowl berth on New Year's Day. Kansas leads the pa
rade with a 2-0 conference .mark while Missouri is 1-1 and
Ihe Huskers are 0-1.
A Nebraska loss would eliminate the Huskers from the
chase. A loss by Missouri would dim their hopes also and put
Kansas clearly in the driver's seat even if they loce to Okla
homa as expected.
My predictions slipped a little last week with only three
of five "picked correctly. Misses came on the Nebraska loss
and the Colorado-Iowa State game. The three for five gives
me a season record of 25 right and eight wrong for a percent
age of .758.
Here's how it locks this week:
MISSOURI 14, NEBRASKA 7 The Tigers played good
ball against Oklahoma last week while Nebraska made near
ly every mistake in the book. Missouri should get their sec
ond conference win.
OKLAHOMA 27, KANSAS 7 The Sooners proved last
week that they can still take care of their conference neigh
bors and will slow Uje Jay hawks drive toward the Orange
Bowl this week.
IOWA STATE 21, KANSAS STATE 6-The "Dirty Thirty"
at Iowa State, like the scent of Victory and aren't going to be
stopped by the Wildcats.
COLORADO 33, ARIZONA 6 After last week's thumping
at the hands of Iowa StateK the Buffs will welcome a chance
OKLAHOMA STATE 35, WICHITA 7-The Cowboys have
a three-game winning string going and should make it four
against the Wheatshockers.
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