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Friday, September 16, 1960
Union Bowling Leagues
To Form Next Week
By Janet Sack ,
Student Union bowling j
leagues for organized houses!
and all independents w ill bei
formed next week, according
Out of Grid
Sport at NU
Bob Hohn, three-sport ath
lete from Beatrice, has faUed
to pass his athletic physical
for football, according to ath
Hohn was turned down for
football competition because
of back trouble. H u s k e r
coach Bill Jennings had in
tended to make a quarter
back out of the Beatrice ath
lete. Hohn was the star of
the shrine football contest
this summer as his South
team routed the North.
Officials said Hohn would
still be eligible to compete
in track with basketball be
ing an uncertainty. Hohn ii
a hurdler in track.
to Merle Roiling, games man
ager. The games department of
the Student Union will send
out league applications to all
the houses and dormitories.
Applications will ask for the
name of the house, time pref
erence, and the day pre
ferred. Reiling s.id that leagues
will run on Monday, Tues
day, Wednesday, and Thurs
day at 6 p.m. and 8:15 p.m.
There will also be an opening
for leagues at 4 p.m. on Tues
day and Thursday.
At the end of the school
year, there will again be a
campus bowling tournament
February will be a-busy
month for the games depart
ment. An Inter-Collegiate Bil
liards Tournament for both
boys and girls will be held
that month as well as an Inter-Collegiate
ment. The Association of College
Unions will again sponsor the
Inter-Collegiate Bow ling Tour
nament for both boys and
girls. This is the only national
tournament which is coeducational.
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To Host KS
Nebraska's cross country
team swings into action Oct.
8 when they host the Kansas
State Wildcats at Pioneers
Cross-country runners for
the 1960 season are Bill Ken
ny, Clarence Scott, Joe Scott,
Ray Stevens, Rich Kier and
Paul Nielsen. ,
All the home cross-country
meets will be run over a three
mile course on the golf course
in Pioneers Park.
'"Since about 70 per cent
!of the cross-country team is
composed of sophomores, it s
pretty hard to evaluate them.
There will probably be a few
more runners added before
the first meet," said coach
Oct. 8 Kansas State.
Oct. 15 Iowa State-Drake at
Des Moines. Iowa.
Oct. 22 at Colorado.
Oct. 29 Missouri.
Nov. 5 Midwest AAU at
Nov. 12 Big 8 Conference
at Snllwaier, Okla.
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With the opening of the football season for all Big Eight
grid teams except Oklahoma and Colorado set for Saturday,
it's time to climb out on the limb again and hand you the saw.
Optimism runs very high in the Nebraska football camp
but nearly all the other teams in the conference are feeling
their oats also. The Big J&ignt tigures to De
one of the tougher conferences in the nation
this season as evidenced by the fact that at
least one pre-season football magazine lists
four Big Eight teams in its top 25. The maga
zine's rankings has Kansas 14, Oklahoma 15,
Missouri 23 and Colorado 25.
The current issue of Sports Illustrated says
the Big Eight and Mid-American conferences
are catching up with the Big Ten as kingpin
of midwestern football. The magazine states,
'The advantageous player situation in the
Mid-American and Big Eight conferences is
building a new and enthusiastic following which should have a
long-term effect Oklahoma State coach Cliff Speegle told
Sports Illustrated, "We (the Big Eight) take the best of the
Southwest's gifted passing skills and the best of the Big Ten's
running game and merge them into a balanced, complete
This corner looks for Nebraska to win six and lose four
finishing third in the conference. The wins should come
against Minnesota, Iowa State, Kansas State, Colorado,
Missouri and Oklahoma State with losses coming at the
hands of Texas, Army, Kansas and Oklahoma. The confer
ence race shapes up in this order: 1. Oklahoma. 2. Kansas.
3. Nebraska. 4. Missouri. 5. Colorado, 6. Iowa State. 7. Okla
homa State. 8. Kansas State.
Oklahoma and Colorado don't open the season until next
week when Oklahoma hosts Northwestern and Colorado
journeys to Baylor. The Big Eight figures to win three and
lose three in contests this weekend. The Big Eight outlook:
TEXAS 28, Nebraska 13 The Longhorns blanked the
Huskers a year ago and although Nebraska should score this
year they won't score enough.
ARKANSAS 2, Oklahoma State 7 The Cowboys may
have found a replacement in John Maisel for the departed
quarterback Dick Soergel but Arkansas has too much speed.
MISSOURI 14, Southern Methodist 13 Missouri returns
18 leltermen including seven starters from last year's Orange
Bowl team and the Tigers should pick up the only win for a
Big Eight team over a Southwestern Conference opponent
TCU 21. Kansas 2 Texas Christian will squeak by the
Jayhawks in this battle between two top teams in their re
KANSAS STATE 34, South Dakota State fi This could
well be the final win for Kansas State until their final game
of the season when they meet Arizona after facing seven
conference foes and Minnesota.
IOWA STATE 4i, Drake t-The Cyclones will make for
mer Kansas State mentor Bus Merles' debut at Drake an
unpleasant one as Iowa State fans get their first look at Dave
Hoppmann, the replacement for Dwight Nichols.
Army over Buffalo, Alabama over Georgia, Southern
California over Oregon State, Navy over Boston College,
Califorina over Tulane. Georgia Tech over Kentucky, Mis
sissippi over Houston, LSU over Texas A k M. North Caro
lina State over VPI, Oregon over Idaho. Penn State over
Boston University, Texas Tech over West Texas State, Pitts
burgh over UCLA, Washington State over Stanford, Wasb
ingtoa over College of Pacific, Wichita over Denver, Mary
land over West Virginia, VMI over Willam and Mary, Florida
over George Washington, Marquette over Villanova, Cincin
nati over Hardin-simmons, Florida State over Richmond,
Farnaa over Presbyterian, Citadel over Newberry.
Iowa Slate's successors to the Dirty Thirty are a bit
bigger than that colorful team of 1959. Last year the Cyclones
averaged 184 in the line, 159 in the backfield, and 179 as a
team. This year the averages are 188, 173 and 183.
Although the new rules permit it, Coach Bud Wilkinson
of Oklahoma doubts if he win call many plays from the
bench this fall "If the coach does, he's always one play
behind," Wilkinson explains. "You try to determine from the
last down what you should do on the next. But your quar
terback can look at the opposition, defense, then call it. He's
never one down behind-"
Roll Off Will Determine
Nebraska Bowling Team
A roll off to determine the
members of Nebraska's Big
Eight bowling team will be
held .the first week of Octo
ber, according to Merle Reil
ing, Student Union games
After the first of the year
there will be another roll
off to see which boys will rep
resent Nebraska in the state
tournament The winner of
the state tournament will go
to the Inter-Mountain Colle
giate Bowling Championship
to be held in Albuquerque,
N.M., during the last of April
and the first of May,
The purpose of the roll off
in January is to give interest
ed bowlers a chance to get
A meeting of all intramural
chairmen for organized
houses has been scheduled
for 7 p.m. Tuesday in Room
114 of the Physical Educa
tion Building, according to
Ed Higginbotham, .director
into big league competition,
although they may have
missed making the Big Eight
team from Nebraska.
Nebraska will host the Big
Eight Bowling Tournament
during the first week of April.
It will be a face-to-face tour
nament with at least six of the
Big Eight teams represented.
Slain Feature Clock
State: "As the Sea Rages,"
1:20. 4.42. 8:04. "The Night of
Lucreta Borgia," 2:34, 5:56,
Varsity: "House of Usher,"
1:26, 3:10. 4:45, 6:30, 8:05, 9:4a
Nebraska: "Murder Ina,"
1:00, 4:25, 7:50. "Stop Over
Tokyo," 2:45, 6:10, 9:35.
Lincoln: "One Foot In Hell,"
1:20, 3:25, 5:30, 7:35, 9:40.
Stuart: "Conspiracy of
Hearts," 1:00, 3:05, 5:10, 7:15,
Joyor "Pollyauna," 6:45, 9:19.
84th & O: Cartoon, 7:30.
"Visit the Sun Trail." 7:55.
"Psycho." 8:25, 10:05. Midnight
only "Jack the Ripper."
Starview: Cartoon, 7:15.
"The Amazing Transparent
Man." 7:30. "Bevond the Time
Barrier," 8:50. "Ask Any Girl,"
West O: Cartoon, 7:15. "Imi
tation of Life," 7:22. "Pillow
Talk," 9:20. "The Mummy,"
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