The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 07, 1960, Page Page 4, Image 4
Poge 4 The Nebraskan r-naay, ucr. , luskers seek jrirs Kansas State Is Foe For Band Day Clash WW By Hal Brown Nebraska's gridders will be trying to gain their first home win and get back on the win ning path Saturday when they tangle with Kansas State in a 2 p.m. encounter at Me morial Stadium. The Huskers will also be looking for their first confer ence win of the season after opening Big Eight play last week with a 10-7 loss to Iowa State. Both Kansas State and Nebreska have 1-2 records Kansas State opened the season with a 20-fi win ver South Dakota State and then lost to Kansas. 41-0, and Colorado, 27-7, the past two Saturdays. The Hiskrrt started with a ronsing upset of Texas by a 14-13 count, but have dropped the last two games to Minnesota, 26 14, and Iowa State. Nebraska will be without the services of right tackle Al Fischer for the second straight week and right tac kle on McDole may see only limited action. Fischer is sidelined with a knee strain and McDole has been unable to work out the past week because of burns suffered in the Minnesota game. Gary Toogood. right guard, has been shifted to the right tackle slot to help out at that position. Dick McDaniel has been sidelined all week with a hip pointer, but he is ex pected to be ready for Sat- j urday"' game. i Sophomore Larry Donovan! was moved from center to I left ,nd in case McDaniel isn't able to go. Position Changes Bill Jennings has made some position moves in prac tice this week in an effort Don F r i c k e and Left Half back Pat Clare for Bfcrnie Clav. Clay suffered a leg injury in Wednesday's workout and mav miss the Kansas State clash. Clav and McDole were both held out of Thursday's practice session. Kansas State is expected to take to the air with senior fullback Bffl Gallagher, top Wildcat runner, still side lined with a bum shoulder. Gallagher suffered a slight shoulder separation against South Dakota State in the season opener and has missed the last two games. The 191-pound leuerman averaced 11.7 yards per car ry in the opener with a 117- yard total. Tfte total gives him the lead among Kansas State backs. Jack Richardson, junior left halfback, is second in rush ing for the Wildcats with 85 yards in three games. Soph omore John Finiroek, who stepped up to take over for Gallagher, has 56 yards on 20 carries. Leading the passing attack Saturday will be quarter backs John Solmos and Ron Blaylock. Solmos has hit 10 of 22 passes for 93 yards while Blaylock has con nected on six of 17 for 45 yards. Three of Blaylock's aerials have been intercept ed by the opposition. Led I'pset Blaylock led the K a n s a s State "win last year with 12 pass completions in 15 tosses against the Huskers. Two of the passes went for touch downs. The 174-pound junior was the starting quarterback in the first two games for the to get more punch in the Wildcats this year, but lost Husker offense. Players the starting nod last week to moved up to the first unit this week included Quarterback John Faiman for Pat Fischer, Center Mick Tingelhoff for Bucklin Conducts Frosh Swim Drills Freshmen swimmers are working out at 4 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Coli seum Pool under the direc tion of Ron Buckling. Any freshman interested in swimming should report to the pool st 4 p.m., according to Bucklin, boimos. Blaylock nas re gained his starting berth for the Nebraska game. Dale Evans at right half back is the only veteran pass catcher returning from last year's team. Evans gathered in 23 passes for 224 yards in 1959 but has caught only two for 22 yards this season. Both WDdcat starring ends are sophomores with Darrell Elder at left end and Willis Crenshaw at right end. Left Halfback Jack Bicbardson is the leading pass receiver this year with four for 35 yards. the newest look is YALE 1901 from Quentin's This It the exciting "Yole" bulky, bock from 1901 (when it started o craze with a marvellous new thi! Bold Montmortre stripes conspire with 0 newly soft wool texture to give you that lost kitten look that has recently proved one of France's most successful exports. And with the Yole 1901 sweater, of course, trousers a I'Americaine slim, sleek and properly fitting. The sweater, sizes 38 to 40; the trousers, sizes 7 to 178 to 18. I" SWEATER, PANTS, 14.91 15.95 quentms town & campus TV jnome w hi Probable Starters NEBRASKA wu 195 Bill Comstock ... 210 Bob Jones 204 Tyrone Robertson 189 Don Fricke 187 Dick Kosier KANSAS STATE POS. Wt. LE Darrell Elder 191 ...LT Dave Noblitt 215 ...LG Conrad Hardwick 185 .. C Al KouneskflSS RG Marian Ray 185 232 Roland McDole RT Ray Slyter 210 203 Don Purcell RE Willis Crenshaw 197 166 Pat Fischer QB Ron Blaylock 273 192 Pat Clare LH Jack Richardson 170 179 Clay White RH Dale Evans 209 185 Thunder Thornton .... FE John Finfrock 188 Average team eight: Nebraska 195. Kansas State 192; average line weight, Nebraska 203, Kansas Slate 196; aver age back weight, Nebraska 181. Kansas State 185. IM Grid Scores Tuesday Brown Palace 14. Delta Sig ma Pi 13 Sigma Alpha Mu 19, Corn- huskcr 13 Beta Sigma Psi 28. Acacia 0 Delta Sigma Phi 26, A Men 14 Pioneer 39, Pi Kappa Phi 0 Alpha Gamma Sigma 21, Thela Chi 20 overtime) Wedn?sday Benton 1. Avery 0. forfeit) Bessev 7. Maclean 0 Canfield 20. Burnett 14 Delta Tau Delta B 14. Phi Delta Theta B 0 Theta XI B 7, Alpha Taa Omega B 6 Read IVebraskan Want Ads oCincofn (c oinnuuuiu onca Presents Their 1960-61 Concert Series EARNS STARTING BERTH Pat Clare, lK-pound left halfback, may get a suiting assignment Saturday for his work in early season games. Clare is second among the Huskers in rushing and total offense averages with a S-8 average on 24 years in nine carries. He is a graduate f Sioux City, Iowa. East High School where he was a standout in football, basketball and track. None of the Wildcats has scored more than one touch down with Blaylock. Galla gher, Solmos and Richardson each picking up a TD. Blay lock leads the Kansas State scoring with nine points. He has added three extra point kicks to his touchdown. Husker assistant coaches Cletus Fischer and Dick Monroe will be scouting Army when the Cadets meet Penn State at West Point, N.Y. Saturday. Army has had scouts in the Nebraska press box for each of the two Husk er home games. 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