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The Daily Nebraskan
Thursday, October 15, 1964
Stars On Defense
this ( V
Langston Coleman, 6-2, 185- senior tackle. Kramer kept up
pound sophomore, is this
his steady, aggressive offen
sive play this week, opening
holes time after time for Hus.
week's Husker headliner.
The Washington D.C. ace
bombarded the South Carolina
backfield with his defensive
play along with Mike Grace,
another Headliner candidate.
His heads-up defense led to
three unassisted tackles and
four assisted. One of those
tackles on Gamecock quarter
back Dan Reeves caused a
Richard Czap-recovered fum
ble on the South Carolina 31
early in the contest. Two
plays later, Bob Churchich
connected with Kent Mo
Cloughan for the first Nebras
' "Trey" also contributed his
hustle and desire to the Corn
huskers, and in many ways
that was his most valuable
contribution to the victory.
Another contender for Kus
ker Headliner this, week is
Larry Kramer, 240 pound
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Runners To Meet K-State
Nebraska's cross country
team takes on an improved
Kansas State squad Saturday
morning at 10. The race will
be run over the new layout
just east of Seacrest Field.
The Wildcats, paced by
sophomore Conrad Nighten
gale, scored an impressive 20
38 (low score wins) victory
over Missouri last weekend in
the season opener for both
schools. Meanwhile, Nebras
ka lost to Minnesota and won
Flayer and School Att.
Gale Sayers. (KU) 57
Walt Garrison. (OSU) ..67
Frank Solich, (NU) 33
Tony Baker. USU) 37
Tom Vaughn. USU) . . . 47
over Iowa State in a triangu
The Huskers will be led by
senior Larry Toothaker who
placed second in last week's
triple dual with Minnesota
and Iowa State. Tucker Lillis,
Peter Scott, Jim Scherzberg,
Jim Wendt, Jim Ryan, Lowell
Stratton and Joe Perez round
out the squad.
Wildcat entries, in addition
to Nightengale, are seniors
Bob Schmoekel, Wilfred Leh,
man, Norm Yenkey, and Dick
Gillaspie; and sophomores
Charles Harper and Mike Mi
chaud. Nightengale was run
ner-up to Missouri s Robin
Lingle last weekend.
Pla;er and School Como. At. Pel. Gala
Glenn Baxter. (OSU) 30 44 .455 409
Gary Lane. (MU) ..16 40 .400 291
Fred Duda. (NU) ..17 39 .436 235
Berate McCaU. (CU) . 15 25 .600 218
Bob Churchich, (NU) 14 29 .483 206
Player. School TD. PAT FG Tot.
Kent MeClowhan. (NU) 6 0 0 36
Tony Baker, (ISU) .... 3 0 0 18
Jerry Condit, (KSU) ..3 0 0 18
Walt Garrison, (OSU).. 3 0 0 18
Frank Solich. (NU) .... 3 0 0 18
Iowa Slate 155.7
Oklahoma State 151 0
Colorado 149 2
Kansas State 137.3
Oklahoma State 1l2 2
Missouri 1 S
Iowa State 62.7
Oklahoma 62 -J
Kansaa ? J
Kansas State "-3
Nebraska ;!5j 2
Oklahoma Stat 253-2
Colorado JJ4 .0
Iowa State ?l$-5
Kansaa Stata 152"
nviahnma Stat 208.2
Iowa State 216.0
Oklahoma State 58.5
Kansas Stat 68.3
Nebraska ......... 88.8
Iowa State 90.5
Total Defense Avi.
Kansas Stat 219.3
Oklahoma State 266.7
Kansas 269 0
Iowa State 306.5
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