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Fridoy, October 20, 1961
The Daily Nebraskon
NU Runners Face Buffs
Nebraska's cross country
team will face one of their
toughest opponents Saturday
when they take on Colorado
at 11 a.m. at Pioneers Part
The Huskers met Colorado
earlier this year in the sea
son opener against Colorado
and Kansas State at Man
hattan. The Buff squad, con
sisting entirely of sopho
mores, pulled an upset over
the favored veteran Kansas
. Ray Steveis, undefeated this
eason in two outings, will be
striving for Ms third victory.
Last week in leading NU to
victory over Drake and Iowa
State, Stevens ran the three
mile hill-and-dale course in
15:07, slightly over the course
mark of 14:59 set by Bob Han
neken of Missouri last year.
Along with Stevens, Coach
Frank Sevigne will also run
Clarence Scott,. Jim Lewis,
Stuart Tucker, John Portee
and Paul Nielsen. Bill Kenny,
who has an injured Achilles
tendon, is still on the doubtful
list for Saturday, Sevigne
Sigma Phi Epsilon. Alpha
Tau Omega, Delta Tau Delta,
Smith and Canfield all were
victorious last night when they
entered their first round of
the intramural football plav
The S i g Eps dropped Pi
oneer 32-12 while Smith
slipped by Gus I 7-6. Alpha
Tan Omega, with a strong de
fense, held Sigma Alpha Mil
to only one score in their 26-6
win. Canfield, showing a
strong offense and defense,
marched by Selleck 27-0.
The Dells bombed Alpha
uamma KJio. 41-6.
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The Huskers will go into the Oklahoma State game
minus some key linemen but the XU offense has looked
strong enough the last few weeks to throttle Oklahoma
The Cowboys have lost some tough ones this fall and
will be trying to repeat last year's upset win over Ne
braska. Always strong defensively, the Gowpokes have
mustered up a good offense this fall with Jim Dilliard do
ing most of the running.
Let's tab the Huskers as two-touchdown favorites and
call it NEBRASKA 14 OKLAHOMA STATE .
Big Eight Games
KANSAS 1 OKLAHOttU S-Jayhawks are awake and
want to give Coach Jack Mitchell a first a win over Okla
homa. COLORADO SO KANSAS STATE High-powered Buf
faloes should have little trouble with injury-riddled Kansas
MISSOURI 14 IOWA STATE 7-Tigers win a tough one.
Big TeH OHIO STATE 21 Northwestern 0, MINNE
SOTA 28 Illinois 0, INDIANA 10 Washington State 7, IOWA
29 Wisconsin 12, NOTRE DAME 24 Michigan State 20,
MICHIGAN IS Purdue 0.
Midwest NAVY 27 Detroit 12.
East ARMY 58 Idaho 0, VILLANOVA 14 Boston ColL
12, WEST VIRGINIA. IS Boston U. 7. YALE 21 Cornell 7,
COLUMBIA 14 Harvard 0. DARTMOUTH 2 Holy Cross 6,
PENN 2J Brown 7, SYRACUSE 28 Penn State 14, PRINCE
TON 16 Colgate 0, RUTGERS 21 Lehigh 0.
South GEORGE WASHINGTON 10 William & Mar- 7,
ALABAMA 25 Tennessee 7. DUKE 21 Clem son ffl, FLORIDA
STATE 17 Richmond 0, GEORGIA TECH 28 Auburn 14
MISSISSIPPI STATE 14 Georgia 13, LSU 22 Kentucky 20,
MISSISSIPPI Zi Tulane (0. NORTH CAROLINA STATE 23
Wake Forest 16, NORTH CAROLINA 28 South Carolina 0,
FLORIDA 12 Vanderbilt . VIRGINIA 16 Virginia Tech 14.
Southwell TEXAS M, .Arkansas 13, RICE 14 SMU 0,
TCU 15 Texas AfcM 14. BAYLOR 29 Texas Tech fl.
West MARYLAND 1C Air Force 7, OREGON STATE
23 Arizona State 7, ARIZONA 38 New Mexico , CALI
FORNIA 28 Southern California 16, OREGON 28 San Jose
State ft, UTAH STATE 38 Colorado State 6, UTAH 33 Mon
tana 14, UCLA 28 Pittsburgh 15, STANFORD 21 Washing
ton 20, WYOMING 28 Brigham Young 7.
The prognostiratioa percentage slipped again last week
as this corner picked 29 out of 42 winners. The season's
mark now stands at j688 with 110 ut of ISO.
MJ Will Be Minus
Mitchell and Brown
By Dave Wohlfarth
Nebraska Coach Bill Jen
nings announced Thursday
that HJsker linemen Bob
Brown and Ed "Mitchell will
not accompany the team to
Stillwater, where the Huskers
meet Oklahoma State tomor
row. More than 28.000 fans are
expected to witness the Cow
boy homecoming against Ne
braska. OSU officials esti
mate. The game will be the
second conference test for the
Huskers, who shelled Kansas
i State 24-0 in their initial Big
! Eight uting. Oklahoma Stale.
has a 0-3 conference record,;
losing to Iowa State, Colorado
The absence of Brows and
Mitchell, both 258-pound sopho-.
more linemen, because of in
juries will mean that Nebras
ka will start its smallest team
of the season.
In fact O-State will actually !
have a slight weight "advan
tage over the Huskers. The
Cowboys first unit averages,
200 pounds per man compared
to the Huskers' ISfi. The Cow
poke first line will have a
205-200 weight bulge on Ne
braska. The OSU second unit weighs
203 per man compared to
NTTs 196 average.
The game will mark tbe
second meeting between the
two schools. Oklahoma State
won the initial meeting in Lin
coln last year 74.
The Husker three deep line
up includes: "
Left ends Jim Huge, Don
PurceU, Mike Eger; left tack-
By Sob Besom
Jerry Shaw of Lincoln is
lost for the season, according
to frosh football coach Jack
A torn cartilage m his knee
prompted an operation Mon
day. He was injured Inn a Sat
urday morning scrimmage.
Bob Jocbem and Don Govs
are also on tbe injury list
while Jim Murphy and Gary
Krohn are back in full swing
after sitting out last week.
Coach Braley cited '"missed
assignments as the biggest
problem the young Huskers
had during the Saturday
scrimmage and much work
this week will be icoooemitrat
ed on assignments.
Mark LaNue adopting
quickly to Ms new juarter
batk position, halfback Joe
McNulty, and former Broken
Bow frp star Kent Me
Ooughan provided the only
scoring in Saturday's action.
Braley said that he as real
happy with all the running
backs. ""They run hard and
And he alo lauded Anthony
GuiHory, Bill Rogers .and Don
McDermott for their work
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