The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, September 30, 1965, Page Page 4, Image 4
The Daily Nebraskan Thursday, September 30, 1965 Page 4 3 1 ' ;v' ;i 1 v S f ft 4 .,) ; . "-,1 : W Yv ,' K r t: (Daily VkJbJiasJum SPORTS Jim Swartz, sports editor Scarlet Ready Attack MfltftlllllllCJllflltflMlllltliefllllMtl MUlIf lllllflllllMJIIUIUIMIUSMt 111 1 1 1 illlld Mil 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 K II I I M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Probable lineups - ftffenM Nebraska (Mil . WE.. Tony Jer (2271 VVT Dennis Carlson 229 Wfi LsVerne Alters 2W , c Kelly Peterson (223) SO." ...Wayne Meylan (239) lewa Stat. M Bppte Bamoy (193 John Chlsm (226) rtennla Storey (206) Wck Kaaperek (227) Urry Braion 2M ST.. J" Brown 24!) fieone Maurer (205) SE rJ?Zm!! ?:3 Tim Van Galder (173) B Bob Ohurrhieh 17k) Lealto Webster (200) TB Ron K.rk land um Tom Buach (163) WB Harry Wlbon 1 WlUle Robinson (192) FB .. ... Fra"k Sol,ch 15il) Averate welthta llnea, Iowa State. S16i Nebraska, 22 backs, Iowa State. Wi Nebraska. IKS ; team. Iowa State, 20l Nebraska. tl3 T .1, , ' . Defense Dennia Esaetmann l. LE ..... W. Hau ( Wayne Lueder. (220)- ..;...,-.-. LT ....v. John Strohmyer 243) Bob Evans (237) IXi MO Walt Barnes 2W Pick Paukert (224) HG RT Caryl 8tl (244) Sam Ramenofsky (210) RT RE L"51?!;,, c?man J J" Ernie Kennedy (193) RE LCB BUI Johnson M Jim Wipert (203) LLB LLB M,ke Kennedy 219 Dave Mayberry (205) BLB FLB Lynn Senkbeil (20) Dou Robinson (181) 1J1 RCB Kaye tarstens 90 Larry Carwell (189) RH LS Marv Mueller UM Marry Alley (210) .". S RS ....... Larry Wachholtz (lt.2) Averare weujrhta llnea. Iowa State, S19s Nebraska, 257 backs. Iowa State, ISfi! Nebraska, 192 teams, Iowa State, 205 1 Nebraska, 209 Open N ushers League Action Stadium Packed For Home Games By Bob Flasnick When you walk into the University of Nebraska ticket office you are vaguely re minded of pictures you have seen of the main trading floor of the New York Stock Ex change. While waiting to interview Ticket Manager Jim Pitten ger one overhears questions like "Do you have any tickets ... for any home game this fall." Then comes the stock reply from a clerk, "I'm sorry sir, but we're still trying to take care of the student population at the university." Jim did not ..tke kindly to another student reporter at the height of his working day, but my hopes for a story rose when he began to answer my question concerning strange requests. "One lady," he replied, "had heard that the stadium was being wired with electri cal sockets and requested tickets close to a plug-in for her electric blanket." "Following this years' Shrine Bowl game," continued Pittenger, "a man wrote that rain dripped from one of the new scoreboards onto his seats and he requested that a gutter be installed underneath the scoreboard." Pittenger followed with a story about a woman who knew the stadium was sold out and asked permission to bring in her lawn chairs. "Do people try to sneak into games?" I asked. "Yes, positively," he re plied, "they try to crawl over fences or pass their ticket stubs back through the fence. 'I'm reasonably certain some get away with it." I know that students try to make extra spending money by scalping their tickets and when I confronted Jim with the problem he said, "There Is no law against scalping that I am aware of." Since the games are sold out, how do you get tickets for prominent people who might want to view the Corn huskers? "We try to keep prepared for emergencies that come up," was the answer. Pittenger took over as ticket manager when the. Devaney regime came, to, Nebraska four years ago. Nebraska's gridders. the nation's third ranked team, head into this week's game with Iowa State. Scarlet scout Cletus Fischer scouted the Iowa State game against Pacific and reports that "Iowa State will be about the same size as Nebraska. They'll run from a number of formations and throw more than they have in the past." Improved Fischer said the Cyclone running game was much im proved and the players to watch are tailback Leslie Webster, their fullback Tony Baker and their quarterback Tim Van Galder gives them a good passer which they lacked last year. "Iowa State is undefeated and much improved over 1964. ".Fischer said, "and they'll be a fine, aggressive team." Injuries Most serious of the Air Force games bumps and bruises is tackle John Stroh myer. He is expected to be ready for Saturday's game but Barry Alvarez and Jerry Murphy have been tabbed for Saturday work at Strohmyer's position. By Iowa State Sports Information The Big Eight's two unde feated and untied football teams meet in Lincoln Satur day when top-ranked Nebras ka faces Iowa State. Kickoff time is 2:00 p.m. Another record crowd 52,- 450 will be on hand to wit ness the game. This will be the second largest crowd ever to see an Iowa State team play, being surpassed only by the 53,392 that watched the Iowa State-Oklahoma game in 1957. It will far surpass the previous top crowd (37, 319) at an Iowa State-Nebraska encounter. Big, rugged, fast, exper ienced, deep that's about as brief a description as you can have of the trouble the Cyclones are heading for Saturday. A full expansion of every one of those words would only make the task appear more impossible, the task of upsetting a team giv en the No. 1 rating in the nation before the season ev er got underway. Coach Bob Devaney's rank ing as the winningest coach on the active list has not been hurt so far this season nor does it appear that it will be. Where ever you look on the Cornhusker lineup you team dominating the Big Eigh was over. And from that mo ment on he has done every thing in his power to prove himself a poor prophet. He has directed his Cornhuskers to two straight titles and Is a heavy favorite to do it a third year in a row. One of the toughest prob lems he is posing for the op position is with his first line defense group. Nine of the 11 men who made the Nebras kans the best defense team around last year are back again. They don't approve of enemy ball carriers. The general feeling is that for Iowa State to join Pur due as top upsetters would require more miracles than a team ever could be al lowed. Desire and determina tion are written all over the young Cyclones, though, as they head for Lincoln. But the hard cold facts point a derisive finger at the inex perience and depth of the Cy clones. Where Nebraska has a single sophomore in its top offense and defense units, the Cyclones will be using seven on offense and three on defense. Stapleton plans no changes in his lineup for Nebraska which means that sophemore Willie Robinson will get the Bowling, football Top M Activities Intramural bowling compe tition moves into full swing this week at the Nebraska Union. The four man teams are divided into four leagues while the league winners will compete in a tournament this spring to determine the All University championship. Interested persons or teams should contact games man ager Dan Greer. Greer re ports that there are some openings on Monday night. Golfing Intramural Golfers first round deadline has been ex tended to Sept. 30, according can point to just about as a j call at fullback. On defense good a player as any team ! it is likely that sophomore in the league has. Take the: Dave Mayberry will team ends, for instance: Tony Je-! with Co-captain Jim Wipert as ter and Freeman White. That, tycione lineoacKers a is as good a pair of defense men as you could ever ask for. And where do they play: On Offense! The reason is that Bill Haug and Langston Coleman can play defense with anyone so Jeter and White are going to have to be content to play only on of fense. Backs? Try matching Bob Curchich, Ron K i r k 1 a n d, Harry Wilson, and Frank So lich in any other backfield in the conference ! It is the same way all up and down the lineup for the Cornhuskers. Devaney made the remark a couple of sea sons ago that the day of one Intramural Scores Thursday A Men A 15, Alpha Gamma A Beta Sigma Pal A 59, Acacia A 0 Abel 2nd 13, Abel 5th 0 Abel 6th 25, Abel 3rd 6 Abel 7th 12, Abel 4th 0 Friday Fairfield Benton 1, Selleck Forfeit Avery 20, (kKKling 18 Seaton I 20, Kieaselhack 6 Abel 8th 2. Abel 11th 0 Abel 12th 16, Abel 90i ' Abel 13th J, Abel 10th 2 Raturday Sirma Alpha Mn A 39, Pi Kappa Thl A 0 Patton 1, Kennedy Forfeit Pershing 1, Penn Forfeit Monday Pike 31. Rogers 0 Seleek 15. Avery 0 Fairfield-Benton 33, Seaton I ( -Vueaday Smith 8. Kiaaelbark 0 Aggies 18. Vnicorns 12 Beavers 1. Misfits Forfeit Gooding 13, Seaton II 8 Burners 8. Phi Delta Phi 6 Abel 3rd 13. Abel 2nd 9 Delta Tau Delta B 13. Delta I'psilon B 0 to Joel Meier, supervisor of intramurals. Golfers should turn in their scores at the P.E. Building cage. Tennis Tennis competition started yesterday. The tournament schedule is posted on the South bulletin board. Horseshoes Fall horseslioes start today. All competitors that signed up should check the tournament schedule on the South bulletin board. Other Free throws start Monday Oct. 4 and table tennis entries are due Oct. 1. Each team may enter a team of six in th table tennis competition. Band Day A few more than seventy six trombones will lead the parade of over sixty high school bands into Lincoln Saturday for the University of Nebraska's annual Band Day. AH together there will be 3.600 bandsmen on hand for what has become a national attraction. After parading in downtown Lincoln the bands will be guests of the Univers ity for Saturday's Husker foot ball contest with Iowa State University. j Ticket director Jim Pitten-: ger has announced that there j will be no knothole section. 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