The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 01, 1962, Page Page 4, Image 4

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    The Daily Nebraskan
Monday, October 1, 1962
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Spwts Editor
Whoops of joy and excite
ment are still ringing
throughout Nebraska after
the Huskers put down a po- Hte, both for 18 ya?s and
tent but inexperienced m.!"" S
from Michigan, 5-l3. in varyls ,0 his Ma1 rfrtng
The Wolverines huge stad- the'drive but it was nullified
clock in going for their fourth could not get a drive going the NU touchdown, went out
and final touchdown. due mainly to the fine de-iof bounds on the Michigan
Claridge led the drive with 'tensive efforts f the Huskerjss yard line,
some fine running and cool ! The Wolverines marched
passing. He completed passes 1 Bi Third Quarter right down the field until the
to Larry Donovan and Jim T,M? third quarter was the Buskers forced a fourth-and-
HusKer s big period. The first goal-to-go stiuation on the e-
mm became a valley ot
death for the Michiganders.
70,287 strong, who watched
the liuskers completely dom
inate the second half.
The fourth quarter was the
clincher for the Hsskers wh
had already had a substant
ial lead, 194, going into the
But the Wolverines, known
for their explosive fourth per
iod splurges, could not get
the bsll away from the driv
ing Huskers.
Mighiaa Mows
Michigan, off on a drive in
the third parter, kepi right
on going into the fourth per
iod. Dirt Rindfuss. sopho
more halfback, capped the
drive with a four-yard jaunt
into the end sow to put the
W'ojverines in reaching dis-
tance although trailing. 19-13.
by a penally.
Key riay
The kev play in the drive
was Claridge's pass to Dick -
Callahan m a fourth-aitd-ight
yards4o-go situation, Qaridge
hit Callahan with a look-in
pass for the first and ten,'
putting the ball on the Mi
chigan M-yard line.
BiU (Thanderl Thornton,
time Nebraska had their
hands on live ball, it scored.
Starting on the Nebraska
13, Claridge sweeped around
the end for 13 yards before
passing to Callahan for 12
Michigan then bore down
and forced the Huskers into
a punting situation. But a
five-yard penalty gave the
Huskers a first-and-ten, and
they started in nce again.
P-ave Theisen led things off
with a 33-yard pass to Jim
Huge. From this point, the
12-yard line, the Huskers
ground their way to paydirt
before Thornton dived into the
end zone from the one.
Break For llaskers
Another break gave the
Huskers their third touch
down. Dave Raimev, Mk-hi-
braska eight.
Michigan's tine quarterback
Bob Glinka, called for a pass
play but was caught by three
invading Cornhusker before
lie could get the pass away.
But the Cornhuskers seemed
to have gotten into each
others' way, and Glinka
sliwed away into the end
tone for the Wolverines only
first half score.
I .! :1v the fVrnh linkers !!
came out of the game with
out any serious injuries. Stu
ewe was line only' casualty of
the day. spraining his ankle
after an incompleted pass
had been blown dead. Stuewe
is expected to be ready for
the Iowa State clash next
Iii tram u ra Is in Fu 11 Swing;
Full Schedule for Gridders
gans star halfback, fumbled
seeing his first action, which 1 the ball on his own 28-yard
gave the Hsskers a moral j line where Doug Tucker, soph
lift, took the ball on the next raarterback. pounced on it !
rOsv nit KuTIAawxI kit s v i UTTa Pwwc tittJL the Fir HS
Rut the Hsskers. directed i into ihc end zmt t put the , ball into scoring temtwry
liv saneHtck IVnnre fix. ! Wolverines out of reach, 15- i with a l-yard ran to the M-
idge, stayed calm, cool and
collected and ate up the ( From Uiere on Michigan
FVctatty ....
Nrt y-nds cashing
Mx-h. Net.
.... IS I?
... 3
... 1
Passing 8
chigan five.
Kent McCHoughan took the
ball to the one and t It e "FW.aWpa'.attcwffl 2t
; scored the tosKajaowii, but the Cwnpkwsa
Iplay was called back for an Imciwjaoa by
. illegal motion peoaBy against ; TJJt 'ITOfte w
'jthe Huskers. 2p0i'twirrih''" $
'j Claridge Scores -I Awrapc djsSABf 36
On the next play, however, KxiMrfK wnrnca s
Clandge ran through t ta e Vara fcKs mamcd
I right side of fee toe unto the Ykto m- :: s
.cna zone wtxei 12:! gone in
j the third quartr.
! The first quarter was (dn-
i inated completely by tbe Wl-
:, verijien exa though tfcey
' failed to score,
i Eat with the beln tf Den-
i nis St.uew, the tode tamed t
l in the second ouarter. On tJ IrZ
1 first play frf the sieconiJ fipiaT-lsiww s
! ter Stoew took a pitchOTit j flawed
and wratt 42 x-arfls to ifite: - '
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Micmgan 2-yara une. ' Pairnan ......2
4 i
ParrHe&. JHim bfS- 3 !
Ball list ty 3 2 ;
flpna'Jties. momiw , . 7
Yawl 3vnat32f4 .36 S i
Tries, Guim. Vhi
MoCitmphai) .
TuckfT 1
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Stuee Moves
After a clijiping pwialty pi
fl-M? RBsters on the 34, Stuew
took a screen pass from Oar
idge and went tor 20 more
Two itiavs Iuot Stocwe
took amicber piuhmA a ad
jwent the final Il-yards to
iipavdirt He give the Onslers
thir imitia Jead 74, wfili 1 U(XV,e
wibiutes Ihft in the urttarter, ! jj.uPf
i Michigan's touchdown m Callahan
j the second jeriod caroe rn a
(break for the Woihterines.
Baffkw Kicks
si. !
Intramural football came
into full swing last week as
nine games were completed
Thursday and Friday with
thirteen scheduled for Mon
day and Tuesday.
Delta Tau Delta racked up
a convincing victory against
Sigma Nu Friday bv drubing
the Sigma Nu's 53-19. Clint
13 Scoreboard
Tonight's Games
City XE Eessey vs Selfcek
KW Brown Palace vs
Sigma Alpha Mu
SE Seaton I rs Mac-'
SW Beta Signna Psi vs
Delta Sigma Phi
.Vg East Farmhouse vs Al
pha Gamma Rho
Oer.!er Ag Mea vs Alpha
Gamma Sigma
West Acacia vs Pioneer
Taesday's Games
C-.ty XE Capital I vs Can
field XW Xewman Clmb vs
Air Force ROTC
SE Trkgle vs Paoneer
SW Beutoii vs Seaton II
.Vg Center Cniooras vs Law
West Dental College vs
Sports Writers!
AtteatM! A3 stsdests i
terested ia writisg sports
for Ike DaSy Xehraskaa
are asked t be ia the Xe
fcraskaa oiftce ia the base
Rtdit 4 the I Esoa at X:3
a.m. Satarday. There will
be a skort meeting with
Rk-k Alia. jms editor. .
Watkins and Mark LaXoue
were the big guns for the
Delt squad. Watkins sparked
on defense by intercepting
three passes and returning
two for scores. LaXoue s
passing arm proved too much
for the Sigma Mu defenders.
The Delts lost an earlier
contest to Theta Xi and w ill
meet Sigma Phi Epsilon
In other action, Selleck
eased by Benton, 20-13. while
MacLean outlasted Seaton, 6-
0. Canfield downed Smith, 34
)19. ! Phi Kappa Psi emerged vic
torious bv soundly drubbing
Phi Delta Theta, 36. Mean
while a tough Sigma Phi Ep
silon team found Sigma Al
pha Epsilon to their liking by
beating the Sig Alphs, 37-7.
Theta Xi took their second
victorv of the season by
whipping Delta Upsiton 19-7.
Sigma Chi downed Kappa
sifraa 2-i3 to play off a
previously forfeited garne
Att. Clump, lift. X&..
Oaraaae 12
Fiiman 2
trhMsen I 1 1W
TiAulf, US 7 m
I 20
2 20
Tkinmim 1 M
Totals 7 lid
Jim Bafi'k'O's tocik, After joariajse 1S7 27
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a talk by A, T& T, Board Chairman, Frederick R. Kappel
"To us this is tin important question because we hire
nearly 3000 -college graduates yearly. To pet an answer
we went to our own files and .examined the records of
nearly 17,000 people. We .checked each man's -comparative
success against what he achieved in -college.
"As a group, the scholars won handily. Of the men
who stood among .'the top third in salary for their level
of experience, more than half were also in the top third of
their college class. Only a quarter were in the bottom third.
"And contrary to age-old beliefs, extracurricular activi
ties proved a lesser indicator unless the individual had an
outstanding achievement. Mere 'joining' was not enough.
"The -study indicates, at 'least as far bf; the Bell System
jots, liiiit there's little opportunity for -college students
-who -practice 'difilomaship' the 'belief thai a tlijiloma
automatically leads 'to job -success. Such thinking -will
not make telephone service -what we 'know it can be.
"The men we want are men -with intelligence plus
those other attributes that give you the iee'l, .the nense
that they will make things move and move -well men whu
want 'to excel .and are determined to work at it.
'Nothing short of (excellence will -flo.'"
Tmkdekick R. Kappel, Chairman o the Board
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