The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 18, 1971, Page PAGE 7, Image 7

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IM irat ratings upset
This week's fraternity
division ratings undergo the
biggest revision of the season.
Three new entries and a new
leader highlight the top five.
Phi Gamma Delta takes over
the top spot after blasting
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 40-6.
Beta Theta Pi jumps into the
number two spot after
upsetting the previous top five
leader, Phi DJta Theta.
The Phi Delts sink to third,
despite having beaten Phi
Gamma Delta 19-18 earlier in
the year. A pair of undefeated
teams, Acacia and Delta Sigma
Pi, occupy fourth and fifth
Ag Men, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon and Delta Upsilon
drop out of the ratings.
The only change to the
r or Klo
Johnson. ..puts pressure on Jaynes.
dorm division ratings from last
week is Abel V and Harper 111
trading places in the second
and third positions.
Undefeated Hawks continue
to lead the independent
ratings. Pro Students slip past
the Dirty Dozen into the
number two spot this week
after scoring 110 points in two
1 -Phi Gumma Delta (3-1 )
2- Beta Theta Pi (3 1)
3- Phi Delta Theta (3-1)
4- Acacia (3-0)
5- Delta Sigma Pi (4-0)
1- Abel VIII (5-0)
2 - Abel V (5-0)
3- Harper VIII (3 0)
4- Abel VI (4 1)
5- Schramm IV (4-1)
1 - Hawks (5-0)
2- Pro Students (5-0)
we've got aof of Stuff
also featuring:
Tues. Wed. & Thurs. only
the bookstore with a smile
Now open Thurs & Fri till 9:00
photo by Bill Ganzel
4- Kerngers (4-1)
5- Phi Delta Phi (4 1)
Teams and officials should note
from now until the end of the
season all 6:30 games scheduled at
Vine Street field No. 4 will now be
played at 6:00.
5:00 VI, Carson vs. Thoreau; V2,
Penn vs. Rogers; V3, Frost vs.
Glenn i; V4, Tau Kappa Epsilon A
vs. Sigma Alpha Mu A; W1, Pioneer
vs. Acacia; W2, Alpha Gamma Rho
vs. Delta Sigma Pi; W3, Alpha
Gamma Sigma vs. Pi Kappa Alpha.
6:30-VI, Delta Tau Delta A vs.
Sigma Nu A; V2, Phi Kappa Psi A
vs. Delta Sigma Phi A; V3, Ag Men
vs. Cornhusker; V4, Brown Palace
vs. Beta Sigma Psi A
7:30 V1, Delta Upsilon A vs.
Theta Xi A; V2, Sigma Chi A vs.
Farmhouse A; V3, Triangle A vs.
Sigma Phi Epsilon A
8:30 VI, Sigma Alpha Epsilon A
vs. Beta Theta Pi A; V2, Phi
Gamma Delta A vs. Alpha Tau
Omega A; V3, Phi Delta Theta A vs.
Kappa Siqma A.
denim flairs
women's wear
slacks 's off
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KU quarte
into Black
by Jim Johnson
Put yourself in David
Jaynes' place.
You'te a sophomore
quarterback for a major college
football team. You've never
started a -college game in your
life. One hour before a game
against the No. 1 rated team in
the nation, the head coach
comes over and says: "David,
you're going to start today."
field and 68,331 red-dressed
fans are 'breathing down your
neck. In the first half you fail
to move your team past the
50-yard-line, lose three fumbles
and don't record a first down.
You lose the game, 55-0.
You're team rushes for minus
4 2 yards and you -eat the
football all afternoon. Okay,
how do you feel?
If you're Jaynes you sit in
the corner of the Kansas
dressing room, cut the tape
away from your heavily taped
legs and say: "1 feel lousy, 1
was Teally embarrassed out
Jaynes, Kansas' highly
recTuit-ed sophomore
quarterback who once turned
down Alabama's Bear Bryant,
experienced what all
quarterbacks have experienced
against Nebraska's Big Red
Black Shirt defense. He lost 44
yards rushing and completed
just seven of 21 passes.
"'1 WASN'T TOO happy
about starting the game in the
first place "said Jaynes. "1 was
told an hour before the game
that 1 would start. It's an ugly
feeling to get your first start
against the No. 1 team."
Jaynes, who had raised
Jayhawk hopes after leading
Kansas to a big win over
Kansas State last week, said he
didn't know what to expect
when the game started.
"Coach (Don) Fambrough
just told me that things might
not always go my way, but 1
had to stick in there," said
Jaynes. "This is the first time
I've ever seen Nebraska play
and they were incredible.
Unger leads cross-country team
Nebraska's cross country
team, led by sophomore Bob
Unger, claimed its second
straight dual win Saturday.
The Cornhuskers scored a
19-43 win over Iowa State at
Pioneers Park. Unger set the
individual pace by touring the
four-mile course in 20:04.8.
Nebraska stands 2-1 in dual
The results:
1. Bob Unger, N, 20:04 8 ; 2.
Ryan Eichner, IS, 20:16, 3. Lynn
Hall, N, 20:24; 4. Dan Speck, N,
20:32; 5. Jim Hawkins, N, 20:37;
factory trained
VW majorminor
rback runs
Shirt wall
NebraskaNi defense is five times
better than Kansas State's
That's quite a statement
when you consider that the
Wildcats were No. 2 in the
nation against the rush two
weeks ago and held Colorado
to only 97 yards rushing.
"1 lenow K-State was
suposed to have a good defense
when we played them," said
Jaynes, but theyre nothing
like Nebraska. I had time to
pass against K-State, but
Nebraska just didn't give me an
opportunity to setup. They
really come at you."
in limiting Kansas to minus 42
yards rushing, established a
new school TecoTd. The old
record was minus U yards
against South Dakota.
Gce, thafs embarrassing,''''
concluded Jaynes. "1 don't
care if you're a sophomore, a
junior or a senior. It hurts to
lose. And it makes i t
embarrassing when the core ts
Nebrpska's Black Shirts
turned an 18 -year -old
sophomore's dream into an
unforgetable nightmare.
Big Eight
Nebraska 2 0 0
Oklahoma 1 0 0
Oklahoma St ...1 0 0
Colorado 2 I 0
Iowa State 1 1 0
Kansas 1 1 0
Xlissouri ..0 2 0
Kansas State.... .....0 3 0
Saturday's Results
Nebraska 5S, Kansas 0
Oklahoma 45, Colorado 17
Iowa State 24, Kansas State 0
Oklahoma State 37, Missouri
This Week
"Nebraska at Oklahoma St.
Oklahoma at Kansas State
Missouri at Colorado
Kansas at Iowa State
6. Mike Fertig, N, 20:40; 7. Dave
Bosley, N, 20:41; 8. Dan Hortung,
IS. 20:42, 9. John Perez, N, 20:55;
10. Jack Toole, N, 21 :05.
11. Chuck Schneider, IS, 21:08;
12. Scott Butler, IS, 21:17; 13.
Larry Irvin. IS, 21:44; 14. Tim
Soden, IS, 21:50; 15. Roger
Chadwick, N, 21:54; 16 Dave
Krantz, IS, 22:01.
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