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Wednesday, September 28, 1960
The Nebraskan
Page 3
Cyclone Coach Is Unhappy
Despite 2 Easy Triumphs
Huskers'' McDole Remains
Qn Doubtful Starting List
Iowa State coach Clay Sta
pleton expressed a pessimis
tic attitude about his Cyclone
club Tuesday despite two
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rousing wins over Drake and
Detroit. .
"We have not improved the
way we should," said the "Cy
clone coach. "That might
sound like a typical coach
talking, but we did not look
good in defeating either
Drake or Detroit. We are go
ing to have to make almost
unbelievable improve
ment this week to even chal
lenge Nebraska."
The Cyclones with wins
over Detroit, 44-21, and
Drake, 46-0, move into Me
morial Stadium at 2 p.m. Sat
urday for a clash with BiD
Jennings' Huskers.
Nebraska must find a way
to stop Dave Hoppmann,
Iowa State tailback, and the
Huskers may have to do the
job without the service of Ron
McDole, who is suffering from
burns. The Husker right
tackle was released from Stu
dent Health to attend classes
Tuesday, but he remains on
the doubtful list for Satur
day's game.
The burns are believed to
have been caused by a com
bination of three things, ac
cording to Paul Schneider,
head trainer. Schneider gave
the following reasons for the
burns: 1. salt, caused by per
spiration; 2. lime used for
marking the field; 5. rough
ness of the new game pants,
worn next to the skin without
shorts.
Center Don Fricke, end Don
Purcell, and tackles Bob
Jones and Al Fischer were all
held out of Tuesday's contact
work. All are expected to be
ready by Saturday.
Hoppmann has averaged 8.2
yards per carry and has con-
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State: "Carrv on Nurse,"
1:00, 2:42, 4:24. 6:06, 7:48, 9:30.
Varsity: "Ocean's 11," 1:40,
4:12, 6:44, 9:16.
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DOUBTFUL STARTER
Roland McDole, Husker right tackle is a doubtful
starter for Saturday's contest with Iowa State. McDole is
suffering from first and second degree burns.
nected on eight of 15 passes
for 120 yards and three touch
downs in the first two Iowa
State games.
Hoppmann was named Ath
lete of The Week by the Iowa
State Pep Council for the sec
ond week in succession after
his outstanding performance
against Detroit. He was also
named to receive the award
after the Drake contest
IM Grid Slate
Wednesday
City Fields
NE Phi Kappa Psi A vs.
Sigma Chi A
NW Sigma Alpha Mu vs.
Acacia
SE Benton vs. Bessey
SV Avery vs. MacLean
Ag Fields
E Ag Men vs. Pioneer
N Seaton vs. Benton
Thursday
City Fields
NE Pi Kappa Phi vs. Theta
Xi A
NW Burnett vs. Boucher
SE Canfield vs. Manatt
SW Dental College vs. Rene
gades Ag Fields
E Gooding vs. Kiesselbach
N Smith vs. Fairfield
Kistler Leads
Intramural Golf
Dick Kistler of Selleck leads
the qualifiers in the first
round of intramural golf with
an 18-hole total of 72.
Seven Phi Psi's and seven
Phi Delts are included in the
list of 23 qualifiers. Deadline
for the first round is Monday
and results should be reported
to Room 114 of the Physical
Education Building by Mon
day noon, according to Ed
Higginbotham, director of in
tramurals. First round pairings are
posted on the bulletin board
in the Physical Education
Building.
Daily
Nebraskan
Sports
League Bowling
Set for Mondav
League bowling in the Stu
dent nUion will begin Monday,
according to Ron Gould,
games chairman.
All houses who have turned
in league application forms
will be notified of their league
bowling time. The houses will
be called by games committee
members this weekend.
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ular price
Cobb Earns
Nebraskan
Star Award
Archie Cobb is the 'Daily
Nebraskan Star of The Week
for the week of Sept. 19-25.
The 227-pound right tackle
and punter for the Huskers
earned the award with his
booming punts against Min
nesota Saturday. Cobb punted
seven times for an average
of 45.3 yards against the
Gophers.
Minnesota returned only
three of the seven punts and
for a total of only 12 yards
with the height of Cobb's
punts giving Husker linemen
a chance to get downfield by
the time the punt lands.
In the first two games,
Cobb has 14 punts for a 41.7
average. This average puts
him in third place among Big .
Eight punters behind David
Hannah of Oklahoma State'
and John Hadl of Kansas.
Hannah has nine punts for
a 47.0 average and Hadl has
punted 10 times for a 43.0 av- '
erage. Cobb's 14 punts are
more than any other confer
ence punter has kicked.
Cobb appears to be the
player Husker coach Bill'
Jennings was looking for toj
replace Harry Tolly, last;
year's punter. Tolly ranked:
seventh in the Big Eight last ;
vear with a 36.4 average on i
53 punts. Tolly's 53 punts led
the conference in that depart- j
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