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    Tuesday, October 1 7, 1 961
The Daily Nebraskan
Page 3
Huskers Face Second
Loop Test Against OSU
By Dave Wohlfarth
Nebraska will travel to
Stillwater to meet its second
Big Eight opponent of the
year, Oklahoma State, Satur
day. A crowd of between 25,'
000 and 27,000 is expected for
the Cowpoke homecoming.
The Huskers, who opened
their conference play with a
24-0 victory over Kansas State
two weeks ago, will be seek'
ing revenge for last year's
7-6 defeat to the Cowboys.
The two teams have dis
played powerful offenses this
season, in contrast to last
year when both Nebraska and
Oklahoma State spent most
of their time on defense.
Nebraska leads the Big
Eight in total yards gained
with 965 yards, Oklahoma
State being in the runnerup
position with 951.
Thornton Challenged Again
Nebraska's Bill 'Thunder'
Thornton may face his second
individual battle of the year
this week against Jim Dil
lard, Cowboy left halfback.
Thornton, 200-pound Husker
left half, outdueled Syra
cuse's All American back,
Ernie Davis, despite NU's
28-6 loss to the Orange last
Saturday. Thornton gained
133 yards on 15 carries. Da
vis picked up 120 on 22 at
tempts. Thornton has gained 277
yards on 48 carries for the
Huskers this year and Dil
lard, hard running 205-pound
former fullback, has ground
out 319 yards on 47 carries.
Should Have Tied
Husker Scout Cletus Fisch
er, who scouted Missouri's
10-0 win over OSU last week,
said the Pokes should have
had no worse than a 3-3 tie.
The only Tiger touchdown
came on a deflected pass
which fell into the arms of a
Missourian who happened to
be running under it, Fischer
reported. Oklahoma State
kicked a field goal right be
fore the half ended but it was
nullified because the Cow
boys had too many men on
the field.
"They're big and they can
move the football," Fischer
said.
Huskers In Good Shape
Husker Coach Bill Jennings
said Monday that Nebraska
came out of the Syracuse
game in pretty good shape.
Willie Ross, Ed Mitchell and
Bernie Clav didn't Draoti
Monday due to injuries and
Bob Brown and Mick Tingel
hoff are on limited duty. The
Husker first units worked out
in sweat clothes Monday
night and the remainder of
the team scrimmaged the
freshman.
Ross suffered a bruised hip
and Mitchell a leg bruise in
the Syracuse game. Clay, XU
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Heft halfback, did not suit op
tor the Syracuse game be
cause of a bad back.
Jennings said the Huskers
would go with the same first
unit that started against Syr
acuse with the exception of
center. Ron Michka may
start due to Tingelhoff's injury.-
NU Starters
Other Husker starters in
clude: Jim Huge and Larry
Tomlinson at ends; Lloyd
Voss and Bob Jones, tackles;
Dallas Dyer and Dwayne
Carlson, guards; Dennis Clar
idge, quarterback; Thornton,
left halfback; Ross, right
halfback; and Rudy Johnson,
fullback.
Jennings praised linemen
Voss, Gary Toogood, Jones
and Michka for their per
formances against Syracuse.
He indicated he would start
Voss at the right tackle spot
this week. "Voss has been
coming along real well.
Brown hasn't had any work
lately," he commented.
Wanted To Stay
He pointed out that late In
the first half against Syra
cuse when the red unit was
marching he didn't send the
alternate unit (Blue team) in
because the "first unit wanted
Tournament Starts Soon
By Mel Hester
With the regular intramural
football season o er, the
tournament deciding wh 1 c h
team will be the All-University
Champion, will begin to
morrow. The top two teams
from each league will com
pete for Championship.
INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL
STANDINGS
League 1-A
Phi Kappa Psi 2-0
Sigma Chi 2-1
Delta Upsilon 1-1
Kappa Sigma 0-3
League 2-A
Theta Xi 3-0
Phi Delta Theta 2-1
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1-2
Beta Theta Pi 0-3
League 3-A
Alpha Tau Omega 2-0
Delta Tau Delta 1-1
Phi Gamma Delta 1-1
Sigma Nu 0-2
League 4-A
Alpha Gamma Rho 2-1
As Men 2-1
iFarm House 2-1
Alpha Gamma Sigma 0-3
League 5-A
Siema Alpha Mu 2-0
Sigma Phi Epsilon 2-1
1 Cornhusker Co-op 1-2
I Beta Sigma Psi 0-2
League 6-A
! Delta Sigma Phi 3-0
Pioneer Co-op 2-1
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to stay in the ball game. I
was pleased. . . i
He said that Nebraska
moved the ball well against
Syracuse except when pay
dirt approached.
"We made mistakes," he
said, "stopping ourselves with
a fumble, three passes that
were intercepted (one for a
49-yard TD) and a 15-yard
penalty after Jim Huge had
made a tremendous play to
nail Davis for a seven yard
loss."
He pointed out that while
you don't celebrate a 28-6
licking there was none of the
heavy gloom in the dressing
room after the game.
When one player was quot
ed as saying, "We feel we
are within inches of being a
good football team," Coach
Jennings said his staff would
have to agree to that.
"Had we been able to get
that first touchdown it could
very well have been a differ
ent ball game," he said. He
was recalling the first series
of plays after Nebraska took
the initial klckoff and moved
from its own 30 to the Syra
cuse 25 in four plays. A pass
interception on the Syracuse
two-yard line halted that
march.
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League 10-B
Phi Kappa Psi 3-0
Sigma Chi 2-1
Delta Upsilon 1-2
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 0-3
League 11-B
Alpha Tau Omega 3-0
Beta Theta Pi ,2-1
Theta Xi 1-2
Phi Delta Theta 0-3
League 12-B
Delta Tau Delta 3-0
Sigma Nu 2-1
Sigma Phi Epsilon 1-2
Phi Gamma Delta 0-3
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Smith 2-0
Goodding 1-0
MacLean -01
Kiesselbach 0-2
League 8-A
Gus I 2-0
Selleck 2-1
Benton 1-2
Seaton II 0-2
League 9-A
Gus II 3-0
Canfield 2-1
Bessey 0-2
Boucher 0-2
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Dental College 2-0
Vocational Ag 0-2
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For Wrestling Drills
By Bob Besom
Six returning lettermen are
included on Coach Bob Man
cuso's incomplete 1961-62
wrestling roster. All of the
lettermen are looked to for
strength in different weight
classes.
Heavyweight Jim Raschke
and 123 pounder Mike Nissen,
who led last season's varsity
to the best Nebraska record
in 32 years, are among the
six. -' . .
The remaining four Dick
Van Sickle, 130, Jim Faimon,
137, Larry LeBmska, 147, and
Harold Thompson, 157
should provide added power
for the Husker cause.
However, as Coach Man-
Gymnastic Outlook Good;
Intersquad Meet Is Nov. 21
By Tim Brown
Nebraska Gymnastics
Coach, Jake Geier reported
Monday that he has hopes of
a very good season. He stated
that the team has the poten
tial of equaling last year's
record and perhaps the men
will be more outstanding in
dividually. Sophomore Dennis Albers
Varsity Gym Team
1961-1962
Albers, Dennis Soph Hastings
Burkel, Louis Jr Beatrice
Harvey, Gerald Soph Lincoln
Hojer, Larry Soph Crete
Kuhn, Bob Jr Beatrice
McCoy, Richard Jr Lincoln
Mulligan, Dennis Sr Sargent
Nystrom, Thomas Soph LAFB
Murphy, William Jr. (Sr. Mgr.) North Platte
Sitzman, Thomas Soph Lincoln
Swihart, Steven Soph .....Grand Island
TeSelle, Larry Soph Lincoln
Williams, Charles Sr Ainsworth
Freshman Gym Team
Allen, Francis Lincoln
Deitemeyer, Steve Lincoln
Higgins. Kent (Fr. Mgr.) Ainsworth
Howard, Harry Lincoln
Pfeiff, Lawrence Lincoln
NU Rifle Team
Downs K-State
The Nebraska Rifle Team
won their first match last
week end against Kansas
State. . The Nebraska ... team
took the shoulder to shoulder
match with a 1435-1404 vic
tory. The high scorer for Nebras
ka was Bill Holland with a
294 out of a possible 300
points. High scorer for Kan
sas was Henry Thorn.
The five top scorers in each
team have their scores added
to the team score. Those men
qualifying for Nebraska
were: Tom Berry. Marvin
Cox. Howard McNiff, Roger
Walker and Holland.
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cuso commented, "For a well
balanced team, we will need
much help in the 115, 167, 177,
and 191-pound divisions, which
are wide open at present."
Mancuso lauded two sopho
mores after the first week of
drills. Dave Cook, 137 and
John Mclntrye, 147 should
help to provide depth on the
squad.
Mancuso has 12 duals on
tap for his matmen this sea
son three more than in
1961-62. The record was 5-1-3
last season.
The opener is at Manhattan
Dec. 2, against Mancuso's al
ma mater Kansas State and
former coach Fritz Knorr.
The Huskers will be entered
in at least three tourneys.
and Charles Williams, team
captain are two of the men
that are expected to shine in
dividually. The intersquad meet, Nov.
21, will match the all around
men against the rest of the
team. Coach Geier expects to
have a better evaluation of his
team after this meet.
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Willie Ross is still the top
Husker rusher, average-wi
after four games. Ross has
gained 155 yards in 22 car
ries for a 7.0 average per
carry.
Thunder Thornton is . Ne
braska's top ground gainer
with 277 yards. Thornton is
second in rushing average
with a 5.8 average for 48 car
ries. Rudy Johnson, a sophomore
fullback, has gained 110 yards
in 25 carries for the Huskers.
Quarterback Ron Meade
leads the passers with 10 of
17 completions for a .588 per
centage. Dennis Claridge has
gained 128 yards through the
airways.
Ross and Thornton are tied
for Husker scoring honors as
both have crossed the goal
for three TDs and eighteen
points. Meade is close behind
with 17.
Demonstrating some spec
tacular punting in the Syra
cuse game, Claridge booked
his punting average to 39.7.
The Huskers as a team are
ahead of their opponents in
first downs gained, net yards
gained rushing, passing and
the total offensively.
4 Games
Nebraska Oppoeents
3 First down rushing JS
a First downs passing 10
i First downs penalties S
SO Total first downs ............ 46
821 Yarns gained rushinf DM
111 Yards lost rushing 177
709 Net gain rushing 661
163 Rushing plays 1(7
4.1 Average gain rushing S.S
54 Passes attempted 34
24 Passes completed 15
8 Passes had intercepted 2
256 Yards gained passing 188
4.7 Average gain passing 5.5
217 Total offensive plays , 221
965 Net yards gained 849
4.4 Average gain per play 3.8
21 Punts 28
772 Punting yardage Q4i
3b.s punting average ......... 33.8 '
17 Penalties 23
130 Penaltv yardage 194 j
Fumbles 17. i
4 Fumbles lost 10 i
RUSHING
Times Yards Lost Net
Avg.
7.0
5.8
46
4.5
4.4
44
38
34
3.4
25
Rosa
22 182 7 155
; Thornton
298
32
44
119
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40
20
13
53
21
i Stuw 6
iWard 2
Comstock 10
I Johnson 25
i Young 4
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Clare 11
Clay 5
Callahan 4
Claridge 15
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- Carriers
Powers 1 0
Meade 2 O
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PARSING
Alt Com Pot. Ca TD Int.
Meade . 17 10 .588 92 0 t
Gilhreath 4 2 .500 36 0
ClaridKe 30 12 .400 128 1 3
Fail-man 2 0 .000 '0 0 . A
Little 1 0 .000 0 1
Nell. tot. ... 54 24 .444 !5 1
Opp. tot 34 15 .441 188 1 t
SCORING
TD Extra Points f G Tol
Kirk Rna Pass
At-M At-M At-M
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Thornton
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Comstock
Ward . . . .
Hrnfe . . .
Stuewe . . .
Dyer
3 (m o-o o-o o
3 0 0 0-0 0-0
1 10-8 0-0 0-0
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0-0 0-0 0-0
1
00 0-0 0-0
1 0-0 0-0 0-0
0 1-0 0-0 0-0
Neb. tot 11 11-8 04 0-0 1 H
Opp. tot' 6 04 1-1 4-2 0 48
TOTAt, OFFENSE
Plars Gained An.
Gilbreath 4 36 8 6
Ross 22 155 7 8
Thornton 48 277 5 8
Stuewe 6 2 4.8
Veade 20 90 4.5
Ward 2 9 4 5
Comstock 10 44 4 4
Young 4 15 3 8
Johnson 25 110 4.4
Clare 11 37 3.4
Clay 5 17 3 4
Claridge 47 137 2.9
Callahan 4 10 2 5
Faiman 7 3 0.4
Little 1 0 0 0
Powers 1 A -4.0
Nek. totals 217 W5
Opp. totals 221 848
4.4
3.8
PUNTING
Vs. Yards Avr . Blk
Avr.
39.7
Claridge 10 397 39 .7 0
Cobb
10 345 34 5
. 1 30 30.0
Purcell
Nrb. tot.
Opr. tol.
21 772 M.8
28 944 13.8
PASS RECEIVING
No. Yards Avg. TO
Johnson 1
15 15.0
Boss Z z 14.5
Huge S 0 12.0
Sluewe 4 45 11.2
McDanlel 8 79 8 9
Tomlinson 1 90
Thornton 7 7 7.0
Purcell 2 12 1.0
Neb. total 24 856 10.7
Opp. total 15 188 12.8
PUNT RETURNS
N. Yardage .
Stuewe 5 48 9 8
Ross 1 7 7.0
Clare 1 43 5 4
Neb. totals 14 98 7.0
Opp. totals 7 M 1.4
KICKOFF RETURNS
Ne. Yardage Avg.
Johnson 2 60 So 0
Thornton t 50 25 0
Ross 1 17 17.0
Comstock 1 13 13.6
Claridge 1 11 5.S
Neb. total 8 151
Opp. tots Is 14 228
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INTERCEPTION RETURNS
No. Yardage rr.
Powers 1 17 17 0
Huge 1
Neb. totals 2 2
Opp. totals 1 70
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