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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1961)
Wednesday, October 4, 1961
Ths Daify Nebraskan
Star of the Week
Defensive Ace Receives 'Star9 Award
Huskers Trail Foes
Li Statistics Column
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The Nebraska football sta
tistics, after two games, show
that the Huskers are on the
short end of first downs, rush
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Dennis Stuewe is the indi-! 7 w
vidua! rushing leader for the
Huskers with a 7.0 average,
gaining 23 yards in four car
ries. Ron Meade and Dennis CJa
ridge are the leading passers
and Meade and Bill Thornton
are the high XU scorers.
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By Bob Besom
"I expect to be back into
playing condition for the K
State game," remarked the
second Daily Nebraskan Star
of the Week, Dennis Stuewe,
who is nursing an ankle in
jury he received during his
awarded Star of the Week
recognition for his accom
plished work against the Wild
cats Saturday. As head Hns
ker Coach Bill Jennings pat
it, in an after-game confer
ence, ''Stuewe did a Tine job
on defense (playing safety)
stand-out performance in the!04 d weD nn"g. also."
Arizona battle last Saturday.! wve nelPed s UP the
"The Kansas' club can't be
He saw only limited action in
the North Dakota fray.
"Based on the statistic
sheets, Nebraska did well
ending with a tie," Stuewe
remarked about the Arizona
game. "Considering the
team's potential, the (int
left much to be desired."
"Arizona has a couplo fast
running backs and the down
field blocking contributed
greatly to their success."
Dennis started schooling at
Husker's initial TD when he
U'3C t)iA laroot fnr- - "Ml
too over estimated, Stuewe tw,; rio-,H -. nrhik ii Nebraska as a freshman in
p au-uuw vihuuu paoa niiicu if
commented. "They have a was bonafied bv the refs! 08 but ,aid out the 1959
good team, winning the first pass interference" call. i school year to work,
two. and will be tough to! He also setup and cashed! .H'1 as2B " w
in nn V.hraeVo'. c C ( P,CD,.V m WIU1 UK IIBS-
The 1SS pound halfback was
There will be a meeting
far all boys interested in
participating for the Varsity
and Freshman wrestling
teams Thursday at 4 p.m.
in the wrestling room of
the Coliseum, according to
Coach Bob Mancuso.
L.. J nr 1... ia 11.
pointer with a six yard end "T'"
S ,. u ! baH ta Arlii
Stuewe will carry the top dash.
individual rushing average in-1 He "comes to Nebraska from
to the Kansas battle Saturday. Hamburg, Minnesota, where
He has handled the ball four e was a four-sport letter
ttmes, traveling g yard. man. Stuewe played halfback
Dennis alio has caught two on an undefeated Norwood
passes for IS- Young America club and was
The ankle problem has been an All-State track man.
I bothering the Teachers Col- He is a member of the N
lege junior since it was first dub and the Sigma Alpha
banged up in a pre-season j Epsflon social fraternity at
1 scrip-. .iage four weeks ago. I Nebraska.
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For Ag Economists
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Richard Krause and Asad
Ali Khan of Pakistan have
been elected co-chairmen of
the Nebraska International
j Other new officers are
I Leah Sharo. secretary : Ali
A mew student loan fund j Kambal. Sweden, treasurer;
nas oeea es:a3itsi!ea in nonor Gunel Ataisek. Turkey, stu-
oi me :2e ifowra Krey. a ,j dent council representative;
university a:o. Ferry
Branch, diredtor-secretary of
the University Foundation an-nonaced-
Laams from this fund will
be made available to regular
ly enroled students of the
University's agricultural eco
The fmdk created tSuwugh
memorial ctEtriiwitfflES m as
started by Ms wife.
Hildegart Ibarra, Panama,
program chairman; Mehrdad
Rassekh, Iran, publicity
Youssef MeisMa, Libya, or
ientation chairman; Alex
Cheng, Hong Kong, parlia
mentarian : Carlton Davis,
Jamaica, liason officer; Ah
med Al-arape, Iraq, social
chairman: Dr. David Cronan
aad Dr. Rofard Stevens, advisors.
"One next meeting will be at
5 p.m. Thursday in the an
thropology department in the
basement of Burnett HalL
Plans are being made for
several social functions for
I foreign and American students.
Former Purdue University Professor
Heads Ag Experiment Station
By CU4 Clark
Tv9 w&e&s a
las bead f a rkariag hme pref esvr. beag pramoted to
, fr aa researrli work wittJa iaa erMesMr u asz.
wx w u .i AzricmJUre.' la 1958. tee was selected for
ma&mS ka.toig p2aM gesttfrjj raortaiSv'' was
cMs. Dr. Hartat VL Kraim-wwii Dr. Kram
er, came to t!be UiQiivrsatjjer expLaned Ms (tecision to
campus to arccpt Ins new pth 080 to Nefcurasika. "Here is
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Ian Ms jikcw past, Dr. Krasiihmgtwm said Kramer.
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Jfiedsral, cwixdainteil an tibe Stale beea senisg as actisg diree-
off AetaraUa. : fctr f fjbe Statams. Dean Ehr-
Tfce Patriae UsaierKiry pro-:. la F. FrSk had served as as
fetrar f a tear ag gse stcuile director for Eve years
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aecept wfcat be atescribes as
aa "aiaaMsSratire pvtSilj
a movth-long tosir of the So
viet Union as an tvf facial VS.
agriailtiiiral observer. He sur
veyed temperate and SGbtrop
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be developed in tMs country, j
In addition, be examined Rms-f
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Abraa W Xpp. prfessr f. f1
agriraliiBral ecwwnlrs, -m-j
A prMBiaeat gtsrtirkt m
era researdk, he fcas pb
Utbetl ZZ sdeoflfk papers. Be
eaase of his research, he re-
erivr to ki asmiuatiaeaft as
dean f Cbe CW3eze of Ani- 0 Siertmsm award
rsltare ia vm. jjt tie Anerieaa Siety of
Dr. Kranaer. a 44-year-old '. Agwwway to NoveislMr, USL
nafere off Cttoraia. ! KSS-58, he was a Osswy
raised on a dairy ami coin-'iF CaEfraia la-
msndal vezeftabOe farna at sataie at Tetnaviaogy.
Dr. Kraraier is past presi
dent of tie Crops Scieaslifk
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Things are really hoppin' down at Lawrence, Kaas.,
this week. Kansas Coach Jack M;tcheU has joggled his
backfield in preparation for KUs upcoming game against
Colorado at Boulder.
Mitchell has shifted John Had! from quarterback back
to halfback for parome duties. Roger Mc
Farland will quarterback the team when
Hadl is at left half. Hugh Smith, former
Nebraska gridder, has apparently dropped
out of school after being dropped to the
fourth team. Smith was the team's leading
rusher and the heir apparent to the va
cancy created in the KU backfield due to
Bert Coan's injury.
Now the juggled Jayhawks. every
body's pre-seasoa pick to wia the Big Eight
as weQ as claim some atioaal faoaon.
mast meet the Baffatoes at Bowlder Satar-
day ia what shapes wp as a possible early Big Eight tide
SmUlin' Jack's Jayhawks have been an early season
disappointment, losing to an upstart TCU team" in their
opener and tying Wyoming last week. Colorado, on the
other hand, roared out of the starting gate with a 24-0
conference win over Oklahoma State, scoring three touch
downs in the first eight minutes of play.
Baff AB-Amerkaa gmard Joe Romig sbosld be readv
for the eradal tut after iajaring a kaee three weeks
ago. The Baffs are also routing heavily the passing
f quarterback Gale Wiedeer aad the ranaifig of halfback
Elsewhere in football circles. Missouri. Colorado and
Kansas all received votes in the Associated Press weekly
poll but none could crack the top ten. Iowa and Missis
sippi currently rank as the one-two powers in the coun
try. Changing sports, the World .Series begiins today and
most campus tubes will be tuned into the fall classic.
Excitement usually runs high, one way or other, as
the series tension mounts up.
The Yankees are pkked as heavy favorites and this
corner won't go against the odds-makers; well take the
Yanks in five.
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