The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 07, 1970, Page PAGE 8, Image 8

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    Corahuskers preparing
for strong Missouri rush
by JIM JOHNSTON
Associated Sports Writer
Nebraska escaped non-conference
play with limited in
juries, but the flu bug has hit
the Husker camp as they pre
pare for their Big Eight open
er against Missouri Saturday.
Linebacker Pat Morell and
fullback Dan Schneiss returned
to fc practice field Tuesday
arter short bouts with the flu,
but were still feeling weak.
Quarterback Jerry Tagge left
practice early.
Bowl scouts
descend for
Huskers
Bowl scouts are keeping
close watch on Big Eight fav
orites Nebraska and Missouri.
Four bowls will be repre
sented Saturday at Memorial
Stadium when the Huskers en
tertain the Tigers at 1:30 p.m.
Representatives from the Su
gar, Orange, Cotton and Liber
ty Bowls will be in the press
box.
The Sugar Bowl is sending
three members.
Coed football
needs applicants
Applicants are still being
taken for coed flag football,
the Intramuras and Recreat
ion Department announced. A
team must consist of eight stu
dents, half gilrs and half boys.
The names of team members
should be turned into 121 Ne
braska Hall.
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"A lot of guys are tired,"
said Nebraska coach Dod De
vaney. "That's why we didn't
run sprints tonight. I figured
we would take it easy."
But the flu isn't the only
enemy Devaney is worried
about. The Missouri pass rush
ing attack could be another
bad bug for the Huskers.
"Missouri has a constant
pass rush," pointed out De
vaney "We've done a good job
in pass protection so far this
year, but we havent had as
tough a job as Missouri will
give us yet."
Devaney denied the possibil
ity that the Huskers will
change their passing attack
because of the constant rush.
"The rush will make us lose
a few of our patterns," ad
mitted Devaney, "but we're
still going to use most of our
patterns and make some ad
justments in protection."
Coniliuskers' 1971
football schedule
is rearranged
Due to a schedule conflict,
Nebraska will play seven home
football games during the 1971
season. The first four games
will be in Lincoln.
An away game with North
western (Sept. 25) has been
dropped from the schedule and
a home game with Utah State
added. The Texas A & M game
in Lincoln, originally set for
Oct. 2, will be played Sept.
25. The Cornhuskers will en
tertain Utah State Oct. 2.
The 1972 game with Minn
esota has also been switched
to Lincoln.
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equal rights for women.
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(-they lead very sheltered lives.)
VObrncn, we siqhed. Liberated, equal,
independent, unshaded, brave and
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an equally-funky red pen? VJhy with
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funky asmen.
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They carib afffencf thmaays, either.
Thfyh? just as short of btead.
We pointed out, Women grp some
what dffehvntlher hands are usual!
smaller. So how about a nct-so-biq
Bi KM tityefln really qet a qrir on ?
Aid thar hands ait already -full So
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THE NEBRASKAN
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1970