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    Tuesday, Nov. 15, 1960
The Nebraskan
Page 3
.Nebraskan Names
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Phi Psis Dominate Grid
Team 2nd Straight Year
By Chip Wood
Phi Kappa Psi leads the
all-University football team
selections for the second con
secutive year by virtue of
placing four men on the
mythical seven. The team
. has three repeaters . from
last year's squad.
Joe Malone, Phi Kappa Psi
led the balloting for the tail
back position by a near
unanimous vote.
Dental College garnered
the other three positions with
end Wes Berry", back Ron
Noel, and blocking back
Charles Arixumi.
The other Phi Psi's to
make the team are center
Curt Plaster, wingback Bob
Eyth, and end Ron Svoboda.
Svoboda, Eyth, and Arizumi
were all on the team last
year. Arizumi has been on
the all-University team the
last three years.
Malone and Svoboda
teamed up for a touchdown
and an extra point on pass
plays to defeat the Dental
College, 13-12, for the all
University title. Malone also
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PERSONAL:
U m donl believe in glorification of
militarism, then don't attend the mil
itary ball.
"'Don't cry. lady. I'll buy your stink
ing no'ets: take off those dark
glasses, mother, how are yosjf '." This
and more on Sunday eve. the fourth
of December. Save the date and
bring one tco.
If: how about Thanksgiving vacation?
Pleas let me know soon. C.
I passed for the other Phi Psi
score.
Player Sketches
End Ron SVOBODA-Svo-boda
is 5-9 and weighs 150
pounds. He was a member of
the all-University team last
year and competes in intra
mural basketball, volleyball,
sofiball', and track. He is a
sophomcrs in Law College.
Svoboda is from Beatrice
where he lettered three
times in basketball and once
in football.
End Wes Berry Berry
is a 6-3, 190-pounder and is a
junior in Dental College. Pri
or to playing for Dental Col
lege he participated in intra
nt u r a 1 football, basketball
and track for Sigma Chi fra
ternity.
Berry is from Sidney,
where he lettered three years
in football, basketball, and
track in high school. He was
a qualifier and placed in the
state track meet his junior
and senior years. Berry was
also honorable mention all
state his junior year in foot-
CENTER CURT PLASTER
Plaster is 5-11 and weighs
175 pounds. He is a junior in
Business Administration. He
also competes in intramural
basketball and is the intra
mural manager for the Phi
Psis.
Plaster lettered three years
in football at ScottsbJuff and
gained recognition as all-Big
Ten center his senior year.
He also won all-state honor
able mention.
BLOCKING BACK Ron
NOEL, a 5-10. 180-pound
back, normally played tail-
back for the Dents. He was
honorable mention on the
all-University team last year.
He was moved from tailback
to blocking back on the all
Universitv team due to his
running, blocking and passing j
ability. Noel is a junior in!
Dental College,
Noel lettered three years
in football, two in basketball,
and one in track at Grand
Island. He was an all-confer
ence Big I en selection in
football his senior year.
BLOCKIN G BACK
CHARLES ARIZUMI - Ari
zumi is 5-8 and weighs 168
pounds. He is a junior in
Dental College and has been
on the all-University team
for the past three years. He
played for and is a member
of Beta Theta Pi fraternity
and played intramural hand
ball, water basketball, volley
ball, wrestling, horseshoes,
and paddleball for the Beta's
until this year.
A native of Hawaii, Ari
zumi lettered in swimming,
and football three years at
Punahou Academy in Hono
lulu. WINGBACK BOB EYTH
Eyth is 5-11 and weighs 162
pounds. He is a second se
mester senior in Teachers
College majoring in physical
education and speech. He
plans to oach after gradua
tion Eyth also competes in
basketball, xack, handball,
and volleyball.
Eyth. was a member of the
all-University football team
last ear and was also se
lected the Daily Nebraskan's
Intramural Athlete of The
Year. He -ettereJ four years
in track at Beatrice, high
school and placeJ second in
the state meet in the 100-yd.
dash and 220-yd. dash in 1956.
TAILBACK JOE MALONE
Malone is captain of this
year's all-University team
and stands 6-0 and weighs
165 pounds. He ;s a sopho
more in Architecture. Malone
also competes in basketball,
volleyball, and baseball on
the intramural level.
Malone didnt play football
at Omaha Westside but let
tered three years in baseball
and two in basketball. He
was named to the all-city
conference team his senior
year in basketball.
Players earning honorable
mention are:
Don Smidt. Senior Dents;
Dick Harr. Phi Kappa Psi:
Dick Newman, Sigma Alpha
Mu; Dave Anstine, K. a p p s
Sigma;, Lyle Wray, Beti
Sigma Psi; Pat Bottorf, Sel
leek: Dick Beecher and Pan
zer, Alpha Tau Omega; Jerry
Schoettger, Dental College
Terry Mosier, Fairfield.
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Three Repealers
Pos. Player Team
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END RON SVOBODA PHI KAPPA PSI
CENTER CURT PLASTER PHI KAPPA PSI
B. BACK CHARLES ARIZUMI. .DENTAL COLLEGE
B. BACK RON NOEL DENTAL COLLEGE
WINGBACK BOB EYTH PHI KAPPA PSI
TAILBACK JOE MALONE PHI KAPPA PSI
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Boating Lessons
Begin Thursday
The Nebraska State Game
Commission will conduct a se
ries of 15 lessons on basic
boat handling with the first
lesson scheduled for 4 p.m.
Thursday in 114 Physical
Education Building.
The fifteen lessons will be
offreed at no charge and
will inlude boat handling,
water skiing, canoeing, and
sailing.
The class will meet every
Tuesday and Thursday at 4
p.m. an dthose completing
the course will receive a cer
tificate in small craft handl
ing from the American Red
Cross and the game commission.
NOEL
Clare Takes Over
As Rushing Leader
Left halfback Pat Clare took over the rushing leadership
for Nebraska with 50 yards in eight carries against Oklahoma
State Saturday.
Clare has a 4.6 yard average on 169 yards in 37 carries.
The Sioux City East graduate also leads in total offense with
41 A t 1 I
Nebraska
Statistics
9 Games
Cagers Are Impressive
Jan Wall and Bill Bowers!
have been impressive in early I
cage workouts, according to!
Coach Jerry Bush. '
The Nebraska cagers are !
preparing for their first out- s
ing against the freshmen bas- j
ketball team Nov. 26. Tommy j
Russell, a junior college grad- i
uate from Independence,
Kans., has also shown great
promise in the early work
outs, Bush said.
The varsity and freshman
wrestling teams also will
stage a dual meet as part
of the doubleheader program
Nov. 28.
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Bennie Dillard and Noel
Martin are also over the 4.0
mark in rushing averages.
Dillard is second with 75
yards in 17 plays for a 4.4
average. Martin ranks third
with 53 yards in 13 carries
for a 4.1 average.
Senior quarterback Pat
Fischer leads the H u s k e r
scoring with 30 points on five
touchdowns. Dillard is second
with 18 points.
Fischer is fourth in rush-
ing with a 3.9 average on 88
carries, fourth in passing,
witn a .233 percentage on
seven completions of 30 at
tempts for 143 yards. He is
third in total offense with a
4.1 average of 484 yards in
118 carries.
Fischer ranks first in punt
returns and second in kickoff
returns. He has returned 13
punts for a 21.2 yard aver
age and has run back 12
kickoffs for a 21.7 average.
Boosting his punt return av
erage was an 84-yard return
against Oklahoma State Sat
urday. Sigs, Delts
Play Major
IM Contest
Both Teams Oicn
Early BE Wins
Two undefeated B teams,
Delta Tau Delta and Sigma
Chi, play at 8:30 tonight in
intramural basketball action.
The Delts downed Kappa
Sigma B, 42-19, in their first
game while the Sigs dumped
the ATO B squad, 49-19.
Most of the scheduled
games tonight and tomorrow
are for independent and B
and C squads..
Tuesday:
Ag College Court
6.30 Ag Men vs. Alpha
Gamma Sigma
7:30 Pi Kappa Phi vs.
Acacia
8:30 P i o n e e r Co-op vs.
Delta Sigma Phi
PE Court 1
5:00 Avery A vs. Benton
A
5:00 Architecture vs. Den
tal College
6:30 Renegades vs. Na
tionals 7:30 Trotters vs. US Boys
8:30 Sigma Chi B vs. Del
ta Tau Delta B
PE Court 2
5:00 Pathogens vs. Ralph's
Boys
6:30 Whit's vs. P'ay Boys
7:30 Phi Kappa Psi B vs.
Kappa Sigma B
8:30 Alpha Tau Omega B
vs. Beta Thea Pi F
Wednesday:
Ag College Court
5 30 Alpha Ganvna Rho
vs. Phi Gamma Delta B
7.30 Beta Sigma Psi B vs.
Farm House B
8:30 Ag Men vs. Pi Kappa
Phi
PE Court 1
5:00 Delta Sigma Pi vs.
Cornhusker
6:30 Boucher B vs. Seatcn
II B .
7:30 Selleck B vs. Gus I B
8:30 MacLean B vs. Man
att B .
PE Court 2
5:00 Phi Delta Theta B
vs. Theta Xi B
6:30 Delta Tau Delta C
vs. Phi Gamma Delta
C
7:30 Kappa Sigma C vs.
Phi Delta Theta C
8:30 Beta Theta Pi C vs.
j Alpha iau umega u
OpDsaents
91
Nebraska
63 First downs rashinv
13 First downs passing ..... 28
j rirs uown penalties g
81 Total first downs 126
1471 Yards gained rushing 1964
258 Yards lost rushing 14s
1214 Net-sain rushing 1719
375 Rushing plays 493
3.2 Average gain rushing 3 5
S Passes attempted loo
it z-asses completed
8 Passes had intercepted
303 Yards gained passing .
4 ft Av.raPa a.i.
. " Kasaiji ........ .1 n
441 Tfttfll nlfoncx.-. niav. ena
1517 Net yards gained 1297
3.4 Average gain per play 3 g
52 Punts a9
2002 Punting yardage "., nog
M S Punting average 36 9
31 Penalties 40
304 Penalty yardage '." 372
30 Fumbles 24
11 rumoies lost
RUSHING
Carried Yds. Lost
t-iare 37 170
Dillard 17 92
53
42
27
3.16
134
128
32
9
2S
32
0
51
7
i7
5
11
Martin 13
rischer 88
Dyer 7
Thornton 86
White 37
a ay 41
Ward 9
Powers 4
Meade 21
Faiman 14
Team 1
1
17
0
86
9
9
11
4
6
43
62
17
Net Avg
169
75
53
341
27
327
123
124
26
9
15 07
28 20
17 17.0
4 6
44
4 1
3.9
3 9
3.8
3.3
3 0
2.9
23
. T.
Op. Tot.
Dillard
Faiman
Meade
Fischer
Dyer
Alt
1
21
13
30
1
J7S 1472 2S8
498 1864 14$
PASSING
Com Pel.
1 1.000
8 .381
4 .308
7 .2.13
0 .000
1?14
171
TD
0
0
J.t
3i
Neb. tot. M 22 J3S 30J 1 8
0p. 1st. IM 51 510 578 X 1
TOTAL OFFENSE
Plars Gained Avg.
Clare 37 169 4 6
Dillard 18 78 4.3
Fischer 118 4K4 4.1
Martin ...13 S3 4.1
Thornton 86 327 3 8
Dyer 8 37 3.4
White 37 123 3.3
Clay 41 124 3.0
Ward 9 26 2 9
Faiman 35 97 2 8
Powers 4 9 2 1
Meade 34 17 0 5
Team 1 -17 -17.0
Veb. tot 441 1517 3.4
Opp. tot SM 2297 3.1
PUNTING
No. Yards ' Avg. Blk
Cobb 50 1963 39.3 0
Clara 1 39 39 0
Team 1 0 00.0 1
Neb. lot.
Opp. 1st.
18.5
X.
52 tun
49 1808
SCORING
AIM Ai-M At-H
TD Eitra Feints
Kick Run Pan
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 11
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0
0 0
0 0
10 7
0 0
Fischer .
Dillard .
Thorn too
Meade .
Tootood
Neb. Tot. 11 I 1 11 1 78
Opp. Tot. 21 18 IS 1 t I IM
PASS RECEIVING
No. Yards A eg.
Dillard 1
lonovan 1
Purcell 3
Dyer 1
Tingelhotl 1
White 5
Martin 1
Comstock 2
McDaniel ....... 2
Thornton 1
Clare 1
Powers 1
57
35
39
1.1
11
62
12
21
19
21
6
5
57.0
3S.0
110
13.0
13.0
124
12.0
10 S
95
70
60
S.O
T
1
0
9
0
0
0
8
9
t
Neb. Tot 22 303 13.8 t
Opp. Tat 51 478 11 1 8
PUNT RETURNS
No. Yardage Avg.
Fischer 13 2 21.2
Clare , 20 58
17
2S
Neb. To.
ftnn Tot.
KICKOFF RETURNS
No. Yardage
riav 5 lis
Fischer 12
Dillard 1
White i
Clare J
Purcell 1
Comock 1
Powers J
260
IS
88
47
11
11
1.1
17.4
4.9
Avg.
23 0
21 7
18.0
176
15.7
11.0
11 0
6.5
Neb. tot J?
On tot 21 426
INTERCEPTION RETURNS
No. Yardage
Tooeood 1
White
Ward . J
TintelhoM J
Thornum ........... 1
Clare 1
Fischer 1
Nek. tot.
Opp. tot.
28
34
11
0
0
0
18.8
20.1
Avg.
28.0
17.0
11.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.9
71
loo
9.1
12.5
All-Sport Tickets
Go on Sale Today
All-SDort tickets for student
and faculty. are now on sale
at the Coliseum ticket office,
according to A. J. Lewan
dowski, business manager of
athletics.
Student tickets are $4 and
faculty tickets are $5. The
tickets are good for all winter
and spring sports.