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Friday, October 13, 1961
The Daily Nebraskan
By Janet Sack
Nebraska's cross country
team will be striving for their
first victory against Iowa
State and Drake this after
noon. Meet time is scheduled for
3:30 over the three mile hill
and dale course in Pioneers
The Huskers placed second
to Colorado in a triangular
against the Buffs and Kansas
State at Manhattan last Satur
day. Coach Frank Sevigne plans
to use the same boys this
week as he did last. Topping
the list of harriers will be Ray
Stevens, a junior who finished
first in the triangular at Man
nattan with a 16.56 time.
Also expected to give solid
support are Stuart Tucker and
Mm Lew, both sophomores.
The two finished seventh and
eighth respectively at Man
Clarence Scott, Andy Steele,
Bill Kenny, John Portee and
Paul Nielsen will also com
pete for the Huskers.
"Victory chances look pret
ty fair," sevigne said.
Drake has entered six boys
in the triangular meet: four
seniors, a junior and a sopho
more. Larry Bess, Len Hutch
inson, Dave Johnson, Jim
Moore, John Raveling and
Duane Thomas will make up
the Bulldog contingent.
Last week the Drake har
riers lost to South Dakota
Dip to .695 Pet.
Bullet's football predic
tions dipped to a season low
of .695 after last weekend's
mark of 24 right, 18 wrong
and two ties (.571).
The season's total are 81
out of 118 correct for a .695
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The Nebraska-Syracuse clash tomorrow has the bill
ings of a top-notch intersectional battle. Both teams will
average over 210 pounds per man in the line and both have
some breakaway backs.
Both the Huskers and the. Orange have one bad game
under their belt. Nebraska couldn't do a thing against
Arizona in a 14-14 tie two weeks ago and Syracuse was
upset by Maryland 22-21.
Nebraska made a comeback last week as the Huskers
looked real good as they lambasted Kansas State 24-0. The
NU line was so powerful that it simply
swarmed the smaller Wildcat backs under.
K-State's quarterback, Larry Corrigan,
will not play this week against Kentucky
due to injuries suffered In the Nebraska
Syracuse boasts one of the greatest
runners in the country in Ernie Davis, who
made 111 yards In 14 carries against Mary
land. NU will counter with their "Thunder"
and "Lightning" pair, Bill Thornton and
Syracuse will be minus their number
one right halfback and an alternate tackle. Nebraska may
be without the services of Bob Brown and will have to find
a punter to replace Archie Cobb.
On paper, Syracuse looks like the winner and the
Orange are the favorites. But this is the big one for Ne
braska and will prove to NU fans whether or not Nebraska
has a good football team. The team is up for this one.'
Strictly on a hunch, let's call it NEBRASKA 21, SYRA
Big Eight Games
There are two important conference games in this
week's Big Eight action. Iowa State tangles with long
overdue Kansas and Missouri meets Oklahoma State.
KANSAS 21, IOWA STATE 14-Kansas is overdue and
wants a win. The Cyclones have been lucky to stay unde
feated and will fall this week.
MISSOURI 13, OKLAHOMA STATE 0-Tigers were
slowed last week by Cal but have enough to get by Cow
boys. TEXAS 28, OKLAHOMA 12 Could be closer as this
game is always a hard-fought battle but Longhorns are
loaded this year.
KENTUCKY 17, KANSAS STATE fVEra of K-State up
sets is over. Kansas State will be minus Corrigan and play
ing on the road.
COLORADO 22, MIAMI (FLA.) 16Bufis look like
toughest team in league right now and will win this Friday
Big Ten-OHIO STATE 34 Illinois 7, IOWA 20 Indiana
8, MICHIGAN 24 Michigan State 21, MINNESOTA 12
Northwestern 7, PURDUE 28 Miami (O.) 0, WISCONSIN 16
Oregon State 13.
Other Games AIR FORCE U Cincinnati 12, ALA
BAMA 30 North Carolina State 20, ARIZONA 20 Oregon 19,
BAYLOR 17 Arkansas 13, PENN STATE 28 Army 14, AU
BURN 33 Chattanooga 0, DARTMOUTH 2 Brown 7, WASH
INGTON 15 California 14, CLEMSON 25 Wake Forest 7,
HARVARD 26 Colgate 12, YALE M Columbia 12, NAVY 33
Cornell 17, GEORGIA TECH 14 Duke 8, FLORIDA STATE
10 Georgia 7, RICE 14 Florid 0,
GEORGE WASHINGTON 20 Richmond 18, LSU 23
South Carolina 14, MARYLAND 21 North Carolina 0, MISS
ISSIPPI 42 Houston 0, NOTRE DAME 28 Southern Cal
ifornia 20, PRINCETON 20 Pennsylvania 6, STANFORD 36
San Jose State 0, TENNESSEE 27 Tulsa 0, TEXAS AIM 37
Trinity 6, TCU 24 Texas Tech 0, TULANE 18 Virginia Tech
0, UCLA 21 Vanderbilt 14, UTAH 28 Brigham Young 0,
VMI 12 Virginia 7, PITTSBURGH 20 West Virginia 7, WYO
MING 45 Colorado State 0.
BAPTIST STUDENT FELLOWSHIP
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8:30 aun. Bible Study
10:45 a.m. Morning Worship
6:00 p.m. Fellowship Hour
7:00 Evening Worship
8:00 After-Church Fellowship Group Meeting at
first Reetler Church. 14th ft K Streets
Seeeael Baatiat Church, Mth ft S Streets
CATHOLIC STUDENT CENTER
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Services: Fri., 8:00 psa.; Sat, 9:00 .m.
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Sunday Corporate Worship 10:45 a.m.
Crossroads Seminar 9:30 a.m.
Fellowship Forum 5:30 p.m.
Forum Discussion 6:30 p.m.
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Holy Communion 8:30 a.m.
Morning Prayers .......10:80 a.m.
Evening Prayer 5:00 pjm.
Canterbury ; 5:80 p.ra.
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL
(The Urtheraa Chareh hlissewi trees')
lite ft . A. J. Neaalea, Perfse
Worship 8:45 a.m.
Bible Study 9:45 a.m.
Worship 10:45 a.m.
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WESLEY FOUNDATION (METHODIST)
Willie as I. GetiM, Deeae Mwtchiaaea, Pasters
Taaseerary Offices Ml Helena
8:00 aun. Holy Communion (at Lutheran Student Chapel,
535 No. 16)
9:30 a.m. Morning Worship (at 5J5 No. If)
10:30 a.m. Cottee Hour and Discussion
6:00 p.m. Forum (Room 332, Student Union
BBall tarts Monday;
Better Depth on Hand
By Bob Besom
Nebraska basketball coach
Jerry Bush 'will look to his
"encouraging" depth to bet
ter the round ball outlook for
1961-62 over last season's
final wlndup Of 11-13. .
The 16-men roster provides
for depth in all position. And,
for, the first time in seven
years, the Huskers shbuld
have a scoring punch in the
The addition of Buddy Deck
ard, an outstanding junior col
lege guard from Independ
ence, Kansas, should bolster
Tom Russell, a' 1961' Inde
pendence. Mo., transfer, will
be called on for important as
signments agam this season.
Russell Top Threat
Russell was the Husker's
top offensive and defensive
threat during 1960-61 play. As
a junior, he ended the sea
son with a 300 point total and
latched onto 232 rebounds.
Rex Swett was the number
two scorer with 275.
The top seven frosh pros
pects of last season are also
bidding for births on the vars
ity. Daryl Petsch and Bill Vin
cent head the list with the
top two scoring averages.
Petsch led toe frosh with
241 points an average of
17.2 per game. And Vincent,
the tallest underclassman on
the roster at 6-7, racked up
The Huskers face a tough
non-conference schedule this
season. Of the eight games,
five are on the road.
The opener is at Wichita
while the Air Force Academy,
Wyoming, California, and
Stanford all host Nebraska
later In the season.
Seventeen other frays are
on tap for the Huskers, aside
from the Big Eight Presea
son Tourney at Kansas City,
Practice sessions get under
way Monday. The NU sched-,
Dec. 4 Wichita at Wichita.
7 Southern Methodist in Lincola.
8 Air Force Academy at Cole
Spriiuis. 11 Notre Dame In Lincoln.
16- Ohio University in Lincoln.
JO Wyoming at Laramie.
M California at Berkeley.
13 Stanford at Pale Alto.
"J7-30 Bif Elfht Preseason Tourna
ment at Kansas City.
Jan. s Kansas at Lawrence.
10 Oklahoma in Lincoln.
13 Colorado In Lincoln.
3d Iowa State at Ames.
Feb. S Kansas State at Manhattan.
S Oklahoma State in Lincoln.
10 Colorado at Boulder.
11 Iowa State In Lincoln.
17 Missouri at Columbia.
It Kansas in Lincoln.
34 Missouri in Lincoln.
Mar. t Oklahoma State at Stillwater.
I Oklahoma at Norman.
T Kansas Stale in Lincoln.
Nebraska plays Kansas State in the
first round of the Bis Eight pre sea sue
Husker '61-62 Roster
Bowers, Bill C
Deckard, Buddy G
Denesia, C. Roger ...G
Elle, Bernt F
Grupe, Ivan F
Huge, Jim G
Jones, Charles F
Nannen, Neil F
Petsch, Daryl F
Puelz, Dennie G
Russell, Tom C&F
Saldovnik, Chuck F
Swett, Rex ,v G
Vincent, Bill ... C
Wall, Jan t F
Yates, Jim :..C&F
Ht. Wt. Hometown Year
6-5 200 Lincoln, Nebr. Sr.
6 170. West Mineral, Ka.
6 160 Wayne, Nebr.
6-5 190.... Brooklyn, N.Y.
6-5 220 Byron, Nebr.
6-1 185... Holdrege, Nebr.
6-3 200.. Washington, D.C.
6-4Vi 180... Syracuse, Nebr.
6-5 190.... Marysville, Ka.
5- 6 160 Lincoln, Nebr.
6- 7 205.. Independence, Ka.
6-4 205 Omaha, Nebr.
6-1 180 Huron, S.D.
6-7 220 Omaha, Nebr.
6-6 180. . . Lincoln, Nebr.
6-8 220 Randolph, Iowa
v ' 3
Archie Cobb, Nebraska's
punting specialist, has con
firmed reports that he has
been called to active duty and
Will report to Ft. Leonard
Wood, Mo., Sunday.
Cobb will join the 24th Med
ical Air Ambulance unit, the
Wahoo outfit that reported at
Ft. Leonard Wood for active
duty Tuesday, as a teletype
Cobb, junior right tackle,
would have one year of eligi
bility left if he returns to Ne
braska. He will not play
against Syracuse Saturday.
Cobb has punted 10 times
this fall for 345 yards and a
34.5 average. He has also
handled the Husker kickoffs.
NU Frosh. Roster -Lists
John Lloyd of Newark, N.J.,
may be the top freshman
among the 28 listed for Ne
braska's yearling squad, fol
lowing a 4-year stay wit the
He is one of three out-of-state
Huskers on the roster.
Nine listed are from Lincoln. .
Top Nebraska prospects
listed by Freshman Coach
Bob Gates include Larry
Bornschlegl of Geneva; Gary
Haas, Lincoln High; Larry
Martin, Big Springs; Don
Otto, Burwell; and Earl
Wright, Lincoln Northeast.
Other members of the squad
which will start drills Mon
day: Jeff Bogue. Oakland; Bob Chaloupka,
Callaway; Ken Cook, Arlington; Bob
Cook, ChiUicothe, 111.; Jack Cramer, Lin
coln Southeast; Milford Frlesen, Hender
son; Joe Gauxhan, Lincoln Pius X; Don -Grosshans.
York; Charles HiUerkh, Lin
coln University Hirh; John Jensen, Oma
ha Central; Ken Knoche, Chappell;
Joe Kortus. Lincoln Pius X; Henry
Krous, Indlanola; Ron Lockard, Stellal
Mike Morwick. Lincoln Pius X; BobOchs.
Papillion: Bob Oilman. Osallala; Jim
Penney, Hastlnfs; Bill Rogers, Burwell I
Mike Smafact, Omaha (did not Play
high school basketball); Bob Turner, Dal
las. Tea., Schrelner Inst.; Mike Wllllta.
Lincoln Southeast; Sari Wright, Lincola
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Theta Xis Down SAE
By Mel Hester
Theta Xi, formerly leading
their league by a slim one
game margin, boosted their
lead Wednesday when they
dropped the second place
team, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
After the first Theta Xi
touchdown on an intercepted
pass the Sig Alphs held the
Theta Xis from making a first
down. Theta Xis attempted a
kick only to have it blocked
by Kent Philips.
The Slg Alphs went on to
score ty ing the game 6-6. With
the score tied, however, the
Theta Xis roared back on to
score once more.
With nine plays left in the
game, Theta Xi intercepted
another pass to march down
field for a 19-6 victory.
Ag men 37
Alpha Gamma Sigma 0
Farm House 14
. . . Alpha Gamma Rho 13
Delta Sigma Phi 18
Theta Xi 18
..Sigma Alpha Epsilon 6
Phi Delta Theta 38
Beta Theta Pi 13
Alpha Tau Omega 26
.. .Phi Gamma Delta 6
Delta Tau Delta 25
Sigma Nu 0
Cky Fields Pioneer vs
Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Phi
vs Theta Chi
8 p.m., Oct. 14 Pershing Aud.
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