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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1971)
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puJ out and save
for fhe game
mom and dad
Nebraska football. . .what's it all about?
Ask anybody on the East or West Coast
about Nebraska and they won't rattle off the
Cornhuskers' starting line-up. They'll say
something like: "Nebraska. . .that's the place
where farmers dress in red cowboy hats and
buy tickets for $25 to see the football team
The Cornhusker state takes pride in its
fans. And the fans take pride in letting
people know they're from Nebraska.
Saturday, the Nebraska fans should have a
hay day. They can show their red hats and
No. 1 buttons on every television set in the
ABC television has it's national camera
focused on Nebraska's Memorial Stadium for
Saturday's showdown between No. 1 rated
Nebraska and No. 9 rated Colorado. Game
time is 12:50 p.m.
Nebraska fans will also hit the big-time in
a nation-wide magazine. Sports Illustrated
will be represented by Dan Jenkins-the
publication's premier college writer-and
two photographers and an artist.
So don't hesitate to show off. Write those
"Hi Mom and Dad" signs for the folks back
in Arthur, Neb. If you want to increase your
chances of getting your sign on the tube,
make a special welcome to ABC.
Let yourselves go, Nebraskans. The whole
world is watching.
Photos by Gall Folds and Bill Ganzal
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