The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 02, 1963, Page Page 4, Image 4

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Wednesday, Oct. 2, 1963
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NU Is Tenth Nationally
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Nebraska's football team,
on virtue of their 14-7 win
over Minnesota, were ranked
the No. 1 spot in both depart
ments. Oklahoma is second in
rushing with a 249.5 average
number ten in the nation ac- but there is no team within
cording to the UPI poll yesterday.
Oklahoma, after upsetting
hailing distance of the Husk-
ers in passing.
Nebraska's total offense fig
Southern Cal Saturday, was" is considerably ahead of
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selected as the best in the na
tion by a large majority. The
Big Eight's national prestige
last year's pace when the
Cornhnskers gained 547.5
yards per game to rank 11th
soared as Missouri was rat" the "atiB rnshiin
ed sixteenth on the list while average io oaie oeners ia i
Wins At 'Home
Leading Nebraska p a s t ter almost going to Minnesota,
tough Minnesota in h i s and the Minnesota line cer
"homecoming" has earned tainly didn't let him .forget it
Dennis Claridse the Star of with its fierce charges.
the Week award.
Despite the pressure of
playing before the home
crowd. Garidge scored Ne
braska's first touchdown on
an eight-yard keeper and
broke the tie in the f o u r t h
quarter with a 64-yard touch
down pass to sophomore end
Tony Jeter. Claridge also led
two time - consuming drives
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and onk five infantry vanish "rHniS
during he second half.- leveraged 44 jards. i j ing hum
Mott of the offense came J0 tl,
toward the latter part of the for the Bl" Elght lead J ,
came when Nebraska put to-1 A native of Robbinsdale,
get her an 82-yard march for i Minnesota. Clandge was
the winning touchdown after much sought-after by Minne
bcing held la 92 yards on thetsota and many other under
ground through three and a sities after a fine high-school
half quarters of play. 1 career. He chose Nebraska af-
Claridge maintained his
conference total offense lead
with 104 yards against the
tough Minnesota line. He now
has 252 total yards in two
weeks. His eight completions
in 16 attempts and 195 yards
passing also lead the confer
ence. Observers note that Minne
sota has rescheduled Nebras
ka now that the animosity ov
er the loss of Claridge has
decreased. Coach Murray
Warmath, in speaking of the
game afterwards, still did not
mention bv name the persist
ent thorn in the Gopher side,
Dennis Claridge.
Kansas also received scribe
The Cornhnskers also lead
the Big Eight i total offense,
rushing and passing ottense,
and team defense after scor
ing victories ver two con
trasting on-conference oppo
nents. Nebraska has averaged
361.5 yards in its first two
games, a shade off the pace
set by Oklahoma last year in
graining the Big Eight offense i
title with 369.3. and has lim-j
ited its two foes to a 106.5 av
On the ground. Nebraska
has averaged 264.0 yards per
game while Nebraska's air
game has contributed 97.3
yards per contest, good fori
year's 245.5 average which
stood ninth among the nation
al leaders.
To gain the statistical leads.
Nebraska came up with a j
good defensive-offensive effort j
in its 14-7 win over Minnesota
last Saturdav. Nebraska's de- j:
fensive line held tw o oppo- engage Iowa State, their first
rents to an average of 23 ! Big foe of 1963
yards per game rushing.
South Dakota State wound up i son-
The Cvclones mav have a
Staplefon Lauds NU;
Revenge To Aid ISU
Saturdav will see Nebraska
Judo nub Meets pyschological advantage, re
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Iowa State will carry a 1-1
record and an underdog role
into the game. Iowa State
bowed to California. 8-15. and
defeated V.M.I.. 21-6.
There is no question but that
our task this week is a tremen
dous one. Clay Stapleton
pointed out. "Nebraska is a
fine ball club that has so much
going for it. There is depth
size, experience, fine coaching
vou name it and Nebraska
has it. We face a tremendous
job getting ready for a fine
Stapfeton did not elaborate
on his plans for getting ready.
Certain! v. though, a lot of
work will be spent on tackling
and defense, especially
asainst passing. YM1 riddled
the Cyclones for 100 yards
and Denny Garidge ranks as
a better tosser than either of
the Keydet passers.
Perhaps plans for upsetting
the punting game of Nebraska
will be stressed as Stapleton
simply plans to tighten up
every thing about the Cyclone
defense in making bis battle
New Breed
(Continued from page 2)
Council has the power to
regulate and coordinate
activities of all student or
ganizations. It recognizes
and approves new student
organizations. Finally
Council has the power to
review constitutions of
any student organization
with the power of revo
cation. This year Student Coun
cil will do more in the
area of activity evalua
tion. The Council's activi
ties committee will be talk
ing to the officers of vari
ous organizations and ask
ing them to evaluate their
contributions to the Uni
versity community in light
of their purposes and
goals as they are out
lined m the constitution of
the organization. By doing
this. Council hopes to
make organizations real
ize what their goals are
and to overcome the
problem of unnecessary
overlapping among organ
zations. Trfts is a legitimate re
sponsibility of your Coun
cil and 1 think that all
organizations as well as
the University will derive
a great value from the
committee and its work
this year.
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