The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 05, 1970, Page PAGE 6, Image 6

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    Peace Pilgrim
Burrows will
Continued from page 2 ask Stllllcilt lielp
sit for hours and talk about irv
ner thoughts God, death.
This is the most hopeful thing
I've seen.
The Peace Pilgrim will be on
campus Monday, dressed in
navy blue slacks and shirt..
"Peace Pilgrim' is printed on
the front of her short tunic and
"25,000 miles on foot for world
peace" inscribed on the back.
With her she will bring this
formula for peace: "Have as
your objective the resolving of
the conflict not the gaining
of advantage. Also, be con
cerned that you do not offend
not that you are not offended."
Bill Burrows Democratic
nominee for Congress in the
First district,, will speak Mon
day at 8 p.m. in the Abel
North lounge. Burrows will
discuss issues and ask for stu
dent help in the upcoming cam
paign. Jim Humlicek, Burrows''
campaign manager, will talk
specifically about student roles
in the campaign. He hopes stu
dents will work in their home
towns and Lincoln during the
next four weeks.
You've got the world on
a string in a Woolrich
Fringed Vest
Cuts you loose from the crowd with thong closure and a
turrr-on assortment of plaids or solids. Puts new life into
body shirts. See If your world doesn't wear a lot better.
Men's sizes: XS.S.M.L. About $15. Prep's 12 to 20. About $12.
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Featured at: J
DEU so;s
Offensive line shines
in romp over Gophers
Associate Sports Editor
Minneapolis Statistics
aren't available for Nebraska's
offensive line, but praise is
"Wait until you see those
game films said Nebraska
flanker Johnny Rodgers. "You
won't believe those holes our
line opened up.'
The Nebraska offensive line
sparkled in providing quick
openings for the Husker
"Our line did a great job,""
said I-back Jeff Kinney who
rushed for 92 yards in.
Nebraska's 35-19 win ever
Minnesota Saturday. "We could
have rna three backs through
those holes.'
And it didn't make any dif
ference as to which side the
Huskers elected to run. Both
sides of the line ' executed
sharply providing quarterback
Jerry Tagge with an op
portunity to use either side with
"The offensive Kne was fan-
tastic," said Nebraska co-captain,
and fullback Dan Schneiss.
"The Big Ten is supposed to be
big and tough, but our line
really did a great job."
The blocking by the
Nebraska backs,, especially
Scneiss, cannot be overlooked
either,, however.
The Nebraska offense
established its running game
quickly marching 77 yards on
the first ten plays to score. It
could have been this quick
scoring by the Huskers that
inspired the remaining
Nebraska explosions in the first
"They (Minnesota) gave op
like they did against Missouri
after we scored so quickly, said
Husker offensive left tackle
Bob Newton. "Coach Devaney
told us if we got a qaiek lead oa
them, they would just crack.
And they did.'
Nebraska center Doug
Dumler could only agreee.
"They gave us a good initial
hit,. said Dumler, "but then
they would quit if we kept
Donnie McGhee, Nebraska's
255-poundoffensive guard, also
felt that the Golden Gophers
called it quits.. "They quit
playing football after the first
quarter and started to play
dirty," said McGhee.. "All we
had were negative memories
from Minnesota last year and
we just wanted to prove that
we were the better team. I
think it was this feeling which
helped us get up for this
The spirit of the Cornhusker's
line cannot be questioned.
"They were ready and did a
great job," said Tagge "Our
offensive line will take us as
far as we're gonna go this
Thrasher first intramural
super player of the week
Associate Sports Editor ' ?
Bruce Thrasher, player
coach of Abel Hall VI, has been
named the Intramural Player
of the Week for his
performance in last week's
flagfootball competition.
The 6 '3' Thrasher guided his
Abel Hall VI team to a 524
romp over Abel VII and a 51-7
win over Abel HI. In the two
games. Thrasher threw 10
touchdown passes and scurried
around right end for one. On
defense, the sure-handed
Thrasher intercepted tt passes,
three in each game..
He thus had a hand in It of
the 16 touchdowns scored by
the explosive Abel Hall VI club
this year.
.. r fit 1 ' t I
Abel Hail VI
to Thrasher, the
club should da
well in intramural competition.
"The team looks pretty good,'
Thrasher commented. "We're
looking strong on both offense
and defense." 1 1
Thrasher feels a large part of
the team's success has been
due to teammates Gail Johnson
and Ray Sundquist. Johnson
was catching everything I
threw,' he said. "And Sund
quist was all over the fiefd.'
"The team deserves the
credit, notme,T!irasher said.
"There are just so many great
guys on the team that anyone
of them might well deserve this
honor I've received."
Thrasher is a recent
graduate of Bellevue High
School and is majoring in ac
counting. . ,
Huskers humble Golden Gophers
Continued from page t
score as Joe Orduna tufted a l t
yard pass to split ead Guy
Ingles la the endzone. Rodger's
PAT gave Nebraska a 21-7 advantage.
Orduna's pass was something
short of a perfect spiral. It
might have reminded some of
the Minnesota fans of ex-Viking
Joe Kapp's wounded duck
Come see the people
who like to help you.
Open House
340 Nebraska Union
October 6, 1970 l-5p.m.
See you then
But regardless of the feature
of the pass, it was the play that
broke the Gophers' backs.
Minnesota coach Murray
Warmath realized the danger
of his squad falling behind
"Nebraska took the bail and
rammed it dowa sur throat,'
said the Gopher boss. "It dldnt
make much difference whether
they went inside, outside or in
the air.
And the Huskers did ram the
ball down the Gophers's throat
against a Gopher defense which
coach Murray Warmath says
may be his best during his IT
years at Minnesota..
"They (Minnesota) made it
easy for us to work, up the
middle," explained Tagge.
"They were very wide-conscious
out there. The tackles
were spaced, and the secon
dary was always dropping off
for the pass.
MW started out to see what
we coaid get np the middle,"
th junior- quarterback added.
"Whea they didn't adjust at
aalftime, wt Just stayed with
the same attack."' . . .