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The Daily Nebraskan
Thursday, December 10, 1964
COTTON BOWL NOTES-
bd EHIuskeir Casnous
Coach Bob Devaney has announced a 50-man Ne
braska traveling squad for the Cotton Bowl trip.
The Cornhuskers will leave Lincoln Dec. 20 for
Brownsville, Tex., where they'll drill twice a day until
the 25th. On Christmas Day they'll fly to Dallas, then
launch one a day drills at S.M.U.
The remaining members of the Husker team, other
than the first party, will join the squad at Dallas later
and will see the game.
Here is the roster of the Nebraska Cornhuskers who
will go to Brownsville, Tex., on Dec. 20th and play Ar
zona on Jan. 1.
Left ends Freeman White, Bill Haug, John Koinzan,
Chuck Doepke (may play right end, also).
Left tackles Larry Kramer, John Strohmyer, .Tim
Left guards John Dervin, Mike Kennedy, LaVerne
Allers, Roger Kudrna, Stan Grell.
Centers Lyle Sittler, Walt Barnes, Duncan Drum,
Harry Tuthill, Kelly Petersen.
fiight guards Hon Gricssc, Bcrnic McGinn, Lynn
Senkbeil, Rick Coleman, Jim Osbcrg,
Right tackles Dennis Carlson, Dick Czap, Gary
Brichacck, Carol Stith.
Right ends Tony Jeter, Langston Coleman, Preston
Love, Larry Casey.
Quarterbacks Bob Churchich, Larry Wachholtz, Doug
Tucker, Wayne Weber.
Left halfbacks Kent McCloughan, Bill Johnsort, Ron
Kirkland, Ken Brunk, Dennis Thorell.
Right halfbacks Bob Hohn, Ted Vactor, Harry
Wilson, Kaye Carstens, Willie Paschall, Ron Poggemeyer.
Fullbacks-Frank Solich, Joe McNulty, Bruce Smith,
Pete Tatman, Mike Worley.
Note: The first mentioned player is an offensive start
er; the second named player is a defensive starter.
Only one member of Nebraska's defensive platoon
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which will attempt to stall No. 2 ranked Arkansas in the
Cotton Bowl at Dallas, Tex., Jan. 1, will be lost via gradu
ation. But while the Husker defense in 1965 will have a
veteran cast, Coach Bob Devaney will have to replace six
offensive starters three of them All Big 8 selections, with
tackle Larry Kramer adding All America laurels.
Fullback Joe McNuIty, corner linebacker on the Black
Shirt unit, Is the only defender winding up his career in
the Cotton Bowl.
Offensive platoon members making their final ap
pearance in Husker livery are All Big 8 center Lyle Sit
tler, All Big 8 halfback Kent McCloughan, left guard
John Dervin, right guard Ron Griesse, halfback Bobby
Hohn and Kramer.
Other NU seniors are swing end Chuck Doepke, full
back Bruce Smith, quarterback Doug Tucker, halfback
Willie Paschall, end John Koinzan and end Preston Love.
Nebraska's Cornhuskers shattered home, and season
attendance records during the 1964 football season.
In five home games, the Huskers' unofficial atten
dance total was 232,384. The previous five-game record
was 179,444 in 1951. The 1964 total, by the way, was more
than the six-game attendance record set in 1963226,036.
Combined home and road-game attendance unofficial
ly was 448,521. The previous 10-game high was 396,147 set
m 1956 when Pete Elliott skippered the Scarlets to a 4-6
Nebraska is a cinch to set a new ll-game attendance
record when the Huskers go against Arkansas in the Cot
ton Bowl on New Year's Day.
Previous ll-game high is 447,269 and the Huskers al
ready have unofficially played before 448.521 in 1964. So
the 75.000 fans at the Cotton Bowl will boost the 1964 total
attendance figure in the vicinity of 523.521.
Nebraska's total attendance for 10 games in 1963 was
Head Trainer Paul Schneider and Physio-therapist
George Sullivan arc "coaching" the Comliusker football
team the week of Dec. 7-14.
Coach Devaney has prescribed a heavy dose of phy
sical conditioning drills, as well as a complete program
of isometric contractions. Schneider and Sullivan are in
charge of the program.
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PHOTO BY l'ARTSCH
WHERE OH WHERE
Did the Husker fan who
owns this spirit button and
horn already head for Dal
las in search of warmer
breezes and no snow?
Will Vie Friday
One of the strongest fresh-
man swimming teams in Ne
braska s history will chal
lenge a capable, but under
manned varsity team Friday
mgnt at 7:30 p.m.
This will be the first meet
of the season for both teams,
and each team has been
pointing to this meet during
early season workouts.
If the varsity is able to(
cope with the freshmen it will i
probably be because of the '
varsity's superior depth. How-;
ever, because of the strong j
inaiviauais on me iresnman
team, they are rated as hav
ing a chance to beat the varsity.
The varsity captains Tom j
Chambers and Mike Wladron,
and the freshmen captains
Bob Stern and Ken Glasser
have been in charge of the
final week workouts of their
The captains will select the
events for their swimmers for
the meet. Coach Dick Klass
gets to sit in the bleachers
and will attempt a show at
impartiality as the teams
show their stuff.
"This gives the boys the
opportunity to take some in
dividual responsibility, and
gives me the opportunity to
get a good look at their
eompctitvie abilities," Klass
There is no admission
charge for the meet.
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The "X" Club section for
basketball games will be in
the west bleachers of the
Coliseum. Lettermen must
wear their sweaters to sit
in this section. Members
with wives or daU will be
ermitted to sit in the section.
The intramural schedule
has been altered " H!y.
In intramural track, the
pole vault event ''as ben
changed to 4:30 p. i. Thurs
The intramural swimming
finals has ben changed to
4:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 14.
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