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The Daily Nebraskan
Monday, October 18, 1965
Third Straight
By Jim Swartz
Nebraskan Sports Editor
The Husker scoring ma
chine stayed in high gear
Saturday as Nebraska
rolled over Kansas State in
a 41-0 victory at Manhat
tan. The win boosted t h e
scarlet season record
to 5-0 and was their third
straight shut out.
After the Wildcat defense
had held the Husker s to a
scoreless first quarter, Har
ry Wilson smashed through
the line and scored from
11 yards out with four sec
onds gone in the second
This was all the Huskcrs
needed as they rolled on to
a 21-0 halftime margin and
1. Talking to yourself ?
Rehearsing a speech,
I'm running for
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added three more tallies in
the second half to account
for their point total.
Fred Duda engineered the
drives with some nifty run
ning and passing to spark
the Huskers. Duda had a
first quarter 26 yard touch
down run called back be
cause of a clipping penalty.
The Huskers were able to
capitalize on Wildcat mis
cues in the hard played
game, taking a short punt
and a fumble recovery by
John Stroymyer in for
Charlie "Cho Cho" Win
ters accounted for two of
the second half touchdowns,
while Tatman added the oth
er, giving him an afternoon
goes up with Wildcat Bob
2. Angela's idea?
She says it will help
me develop a sense
of responsibility.
4. You have to give people a
reason for voting for you.
I fow uhout "A chicken
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total of two.
The Black Shirts contain
ed the Wildcat attack, lim
iting them to seven first
downs and 72 yards rush
ing. Vic Castillo, the
league's leading yardage
passer, was able to connect
only on three of 15 for 36
yards in the Husker second
For the afternoon the
Wildcats completed six out
of 23 attempts for 71 yards.
One of the Wildcats passes
was pirated by Marv Muel
ler, who returned it 14
yards, the longest non-scoring
run of the season.
Linebacker Mike Kenne
dy was added to the shoul
der injury list. Kennedy was
injured in the first half of
the game and sat out the
rest of the game with ice
packs on his shoulder.
Kansas State held lead
ing punt returner Larry
Wachholtz in check with
high spiraling punts and
downfield coverage. Wach
holtz added three extra
points while Ted Vactor ac
counted for two. Duncan
Drum missed on his at
tempt. The game included sev
eral firsts as Tony Jeter
strengthened the defensive
end corps, turning in a
respectable performance in
the final half. Another first,
was a Ben Gregory pass to
Larry Casey which almost
went all the way in the
fourth quarter.
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Intramural Football Action . . .
Phi Delts Lead Flaggers
Intramural football itandingi wcr re
leased today by Joel Meier, Intramural
supervisor. The league Handing ol
Oct. 14:
Lome 1-A
Phi Delta Thela 3-0
Beta Theta Pi 2-1
Sigma Chi 2-1
Sigma Phi Epailon 1-1
Phi Kappa Pti 1-2
Kappa Sigma 0-3
League t-A
Delta Tau Delta 4-0
Delta Upsilon 3-0
Sigma Alpha Epsllon 2-t
Theta XI 1-2
Alpha Tau Omega 1-2
League 3-A
Sigma Nu 9-0 .
Phi Gamma Delta 3-0
Delta Sigma Phi 2-2
Triangle 2-1
Delta Sigma Pi 1-3
League 4-A
FarmHouse 3-1
Alpha Gamma Rho 3-1
As Men 3-1
Brown Palace 2-2
Cornhusker 1-3
Alpha Gamma Sigma 0-4
League 5-A
Pioneer 3-0
Beta Sigma Psi 2-1
Chi Phi 2-1
Sigma Alpha Mu 1-1
Acacio 0-2
Phi Kappa Phi 0-3
Fairfield-Benton 3-1
Goodding 3-1 . i
Selleck 3-2
Awry 2-2 "" "
Seaton I 3-2
Smith 2-3 '
Kieseelbach 1-J 1
Seaton II 1-4
League 7-A
Abel 6th 3-1 ,
Abel 2nd 2-1 !
Abel 3rd 2-1
Abel 4th 1-1 .
Abel 7th 1-2
Abel 5th 0-3
League 8-A
Abel 12th 3-0
Abel 1.1th 2-1 ;
Abel loth 1-1
Abel 8th 1-1
Abel 9th 1-2
Abel 11th 0-3
League S-A
Patton 3-0
Custer 3-1 !
Pershing 2-1
Glenn 2-1
Penn 0-3
Kennedy 0-4 I
League 10-A i
Carson 3-0
Pike 3-1
Governors 3-1
Rogers 1-2 ,
Frost 1-2
League 11-A
Asm? ROTC i-a
Burners 3-0
Phi Epsilon Kappa 1-1
fiyil Engineers 1-1 . ,
Phi Delta Phi 1-1
League 12-A
Playboys 20 , ,
Beavers 2-1
emwo Elmo
Those Who Need
Aggiea 1-0
Astronauts 1-1
Misfits 0-1
Unicorns 0-3
League U-B
Kappa Sigma 3-0
Phi Delta Theta 2-0
Sigma Phi Epsllon 2-1
Phi Kappa Psi 1-2
Beta TheU PI 1-2
Alpha Taa Omega 0-4
League 14-B
Delta Tau Delta 3-0
Phi Gamma Delta 3-0
FarmHouse 2-1
Beta Sigma Pst 1-2
Alpha Gamma Rho 0-3
Delta Upsilon 0-3
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Arkansas Over Texas
While Nebraska cruised
over Kansas State as expect
ed, the rest of the Big Eight
was involved is some mild
The Huskers next opponent,
Colorado, had to battle back
at Boulder to gain a 10-10 tie
with spunky Iowa State.
The Buffs scrambled back
from a 10-7 deficit in the
closing minute and drove
close enough for Frank Rogers
to kick a 33 yard field goal
which salvaged the tie with
21 seconds left.
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Sophomore Quarterback
Gene Cagle scored all three
touchdowns a s Oklahoma
broke its losing streak in a
21-7 victory over winless
Missouri scraped up two
last period TD's on long kick
returns to gain a 14-14 draw
with a stout UCLA squad.
Oklahoma State ran Into the
Texas Tech last minute scor
ing machine and became the
third successive team to suc
cumb to the Red Raider's late
in the game, 17-14.
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