The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 28, 1960, Page Page 3, Image 3
u W"- ... I 'Friday,; Oct. 28, 1960 The Nebraskan Page 3 ( ( Nebraska In Favorite Role As Underdog Husker Fails Looking for Repeat Of Last Year's Homecoming Win BOOOOOOOOOOOCXK Gals go head-over-heels for Guys in Xj6 Tapered Slacks ' V- i j - '-1 ": sio, trim, smrt dean-rat style Front top to bottom ... ' they're built for action! All latest style details shaped to move right with you. Saa , forized. Wear 'Em-Wosh 'Em- ' Wear 'Em Again! Classic Colors Smooth, combed polished cot ton. Loop tab on left hip pocket. Color-fast 85.00 Captain's Walk 1127 . soeooDoceooosoe Bv Hal Brown Nebraska is a definite un derdog' for Saturday's Home coming encounter with Mis souri: but it is under these conditions that the Huskers thrive. Two of the three vic tories this vear came in the role ef an underdog against heavily-favored Texas and Army. The Huskers thrilled last year s Homecoming Day crowd with a 25-21 victory over Oklahoma for the Soon- ers first loss against confer ence competition in 74 games. Two years ago in" the Home coming Day battle against Missouri, the Huskers were swamped, 31-0. Nebraska coach Bill Jen nings indicated Nebraska might pass more. "We will orobablv oass more than we have if we get in a position where we can uu-ow tne Dau, Jennings said. "We haven't had good field position for passing very often this season." All Huskers except halfback-Dennis Stuewe are ex- nected to be ready for Sat urday's game. Pat Clare, who suffered a sprained ankle in Tuesday's practice, has made a rapid recovery and will be ready Saturday. Missouri has a 6-0 record with wins over SMU. Okla-I homa State, Penn State, Air Force Academy, Kansas State, and Iowa State. The Tigers are leading the Big Eight in total offense with 2,011 yards. Of these, 1.679 have been picked up on the ground. 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Colorado has allowed only .904 yards, but the Buffs have played one less game Nebraska is seventh in to tal offense among the teams that have played six games with -1,081 yards. Kansas State is last with 752 yards and Oklahoma State has gained only 938 yards, but the Cowboys have played only five contests. Nebraska's total offense figure includes 901 yards on the ground and 180 through the air. Only Kansas State has giv en up more yards than the Huskers. Nebraska has al lowed 1,473 yards and the Wildcats have given up 2,017 yards r. . . z :l - Nebraska has tried fewer passes than any team in the Big Eight, completing is oi 35 attempts. Missouri has passed 49 times and con nected with 23. " Missouri trails the other teams in pass defense, as the Tigers have given up 582 yards via the airways com pared to 442 yards on the ground. Tiger opponents have hit 56 of 136 pass attempts. No team has been able to score on the ground against the Tigers this season. Follow ing last Saturday's game with Iowa State. Coach Clay Stapleton of the Cyclones de clared Missouri was the best team he bad. seen in the Big Eight in the three years he has been in the conference. Left halfback Mel West leads the Big Eight in yards rushing with 496 yards on 92 carries for a 5.4 average. West broke the Nebraska Missouri game open last year with an 85-yard return of the first kickoff in the second half as the Tigers won, 9-0. Right halfback Donnie Smith leads the conference in punt returning and in scor ing. Smith, who earned back one punt 90 yards against the Air Force, rolleo one 88 yards Saturday against Iowa State. He has packed seven for 217 yards, an average of 31 yards. He has seven touch downs to bis credit for 42 points. Aebraska nas an ouisiana ifl2 record against punt re turns due partially to Archie Cobb s high booming punts and particaUr to .Nebraska s hustle in covering punts with Don Fricke generally leading the charge ckjwnfkld- On!y 16 of Nebraska's 36 punts have been returned and for an average of only four yards per return. The Tigers have nine play ers averaging better than four yard per carry on the ground. Others in addition to West wilh four-plus rushing averages are right halfback N'orris Stevenson 6.4. left halfback Norm Beal 6.6, full back Ed Mehrer 6 0, fullback Jim Miles 4.7, halfback Carl Crawford 4 4, Smith 4.2, full back Bill Tobin 4.2, and left halfback Bruce Geiger 4 0. 'Nebraska has only three players with four-plus rush ing averages. Left halfback Bennk Dillard leads with a 4.7 average, followed by Thunder Thornton and Pat Fischer each wilh 4-3 marks. EJimifflnunmumiraiuiHimHiiiDiiuiiiuiiiiiiiMiinuiiiiiHiiiiaiiiiunDinnimiraiiiiiuiuiiiiHiiiiumi (Sports Signals! : By Hal Brown j The probation levied by the NCAA against Kansas for illegal recruiting makes the Big Eight the leading confer ence in the country in terms of recruiting violations. The Big Eight has two teams, Kansas and Oklahoma, on proba tion and no other conference has more than one team on vbad grounds with the ruling body. The probation leaves the race for the Orange Bowl up to Missouri and Colorado in the Big Eight. Both teams have 3-0 marks in the conference and are tied for the league lead. Either or both of them could taste defeat this weekend with the Tigers taking on upset-minded Nebraska and the Buffs tangling with Oklahoma. Last week this corner hit 22 of 30 games correctly with one tie for a per centage of .750. This makes the season record 127 right, 45 wrong, with eight ties I .Www-.. i J A m for a .728 percentage mark. contests. Brown Now for a look at this week's : l L, t I : 1 J L T -"" ' : : p. BotikPrmH f - m deep, rich colorings. , foA PtinH by Avow copur iw loci of Ita hond-0ied prinlt of fcwa. TKese dtesp amjUjd tomn pro ide yoar tardVobe wh a ner erpt&a&o of odor, AvoMd&b oko m a lady At& sWrt? bo J(xl m ih ou)eoJc buHoa-daM cat-to-. rrecise(y aHo(4 im onocS sleeve tengihs. Ptflaver for Ihe mo ' , filQfvfafjnf for pSq 1 cam bwde ccocfot -ARROW BIG EIGHT MISSOURI 17, Nebraska 7 Missouri is rolling toward its second straight Orange Bowl appearance, but don't count the Huskers out of this one. OKLAHOMA 27, Colorado 20 The Sooners will hand Colorado its first conference-loss and stagger the Buffs bowl hopes. IOWA 28, Kansas 7 The Big Ten leaders should romp over a Kansas team that relys on defense just as Nebraska does. IOWA STATE 14, Oklahoma State 8 The Cyclones are slipping fast, but they should have enough left to topple the Cowboys. MINNESOTA 35, Kansas State 0 This in one of the greatest mismatches of the season. OTHER GAMES Air Force over George Washington, Cornell over Co lumbia, Duke over Georgia Tech.Kentncky over Florida State, Auburn over Florida, Harvard over Pennsylvania, Northwestern over Indiana, Maryland over South Carolina, Ohio State over Michigan State, Alabama over Mississippi State, Mississippi over LSU. . Navy over Notre Dame.Oregon State over California, Penn State over West Virginia, Princeton over Brown, Pur due over Illinois, USC over Stanford, Syracuse over Pitts burgh, Tennessee .over North Carolina, Arkansas over Texas A & M, TCU over Baylor, Texas over SMU, Wash ington over Oregon, Michigan over Wisconsin, Yale over Dartmouth. Two Games on DI Football Schedule Intramural football games scheduled for Friday include Alpha Tau Omega A vs. Sigma Alpha Mu and Phi Kappa Psi A vs- Cornbusker. Both games are play-offs for the All-University title and will be played on the city fields. 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