The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, September 12, 1974, Page page 15, Image 15

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    jj'w; v
.. .-I
regon stats,ariilfcalWiest
By Steve Taylor
. Looking at the statistic sheet, one
might think the Oregon Ducks were a
big success in 1973; maybe even a Rose
Bowl contender.
The Ducks had four All-West Coast
performers, outgained its opponents
during the season and ranked second in
overall defense in the Pacific 8
. conference.
However, those ' highlights of the
season pale considerably when you keep
in mind the Ducks won only two of 11
games in 1973.
From that mystery team of last
season, Oregon returns 29 lettermen.
Included in that group are six offensive
starters and eight defensive regulars.
Not returnina from that mvsterv team
is last year's head coach Dick Enright,
as soft-spoken Don Head takes over the
job of trying to keep the Ducks afloat.;
. Prior to his appointment he was an
assistant at Oregon in charge of
quarterbacks and recievers.
Read's knowledge of offensive foot;
ball is recognized around the country.
He has written numerous articles in
coaching journals and published one
, book, The Complete Football Passing
; ''"Game. 1 wo other books are almost'
ready for publication-.
The keys in helping Read to practice
what he preaches will be a running
back, a middle linebacker and a free
safety. Don Reynolds, Reggie Lewis and
Steve Donnelly all received all-star
acclaim during last year's disappointing
Reynolds, a 5 ft. 8 in. 181 lb. senior
became only the second player In
Oregon history to rush for over,' 1000
yards. His coach said his is one of the
fop three runners in the nation.
Reggie Lewis was sensational each cf
the past two seasons as a defensive
tackle but this season will try his hand at
playing nose guard. Extremely quick,
Lewis racked up 93 tackles last year.
Steve Donnelly was a third team
All-American last year at the free safety
position. He picked off five interceptions
and had a 78-yard return against
Washington 4, . .. . .
After-the spring sessions the Ducks
appeared solid at the quarterback
position with Herb Singleton. However
Singleton broke his wrist during a
summer job and has been counted out
for the first part of the season.
Taking the quarterback reins will be
senior Nerval Turner. Turner should
adapt well to the Ducks' new Veer
offense since he is a much better runner. .
than passer, ;
Defensively, Oregon had tha best "
defense against the run last year in the
Pac-8 conference. With 8 returning
starters from that unit, run-oriented
opponents might find the going tough.
Passers won't be in for a picnic either.
Speed, depth and experience add up to
one of the better secondaries in the
country.;;; , , . , - .;
-"Weaknesses? 'It might be in - the'":
offensive line where only two starters ..
return. If this inexperienced group can't ,
open up a few holes, Reynolds and
backfield mate, Rick Kane, will be
running into defensive linemen and not
endzones." '. ' --
Saturday's clash will mark the fourth .'
time Oregon and Nebraska have met on
the gridiron. The Huskers have won two
of the three previous contests, including
a 34-7 pounding in 1971.
'Veil Like Hell'
it's a fall flfiprnnnn In Nebraskaland
and Big Red fans have taken to :fbd':T fef$n
The streets are deserted. Sevri1,wev
thousand people huddle in Memofi'
Stadium and .other Nebraskans are1'
- qlued to their television or radio.
"There is nO lack of spirit here at'.'-.
UNL; we'd just like to see more of it,'!
said James Eiberger, presiderrt of Corn -Cobs,
one of the campus spirit organiza
tions. - -
"Yell Like Hell," the first pep rally cf
the year, marks a concerted effort by
Corncobs, Tassels and the UNL March
ing Band to improve campus spirit,
spirit group leaders said.
The rally will begin on the south steps
of the Nebraska Union at 6 p.m. Friday.
It will include a march to Memorial
Stadium where the. crowd will be
addressed by Coach Tom Osborne and
the co-captaihs of the football , team,
Tom Ruud and Dave Humm.
An added feature will be the "Yell
Like Hell contest," open to any
"fraternity, sorority, living unit or
group of thirsty souls with the best
cheer or yell.
l,v. pacQly.n ,GtiQ, .Ja.ssel, president
..reported that letters aboiit the rally were
. v-.f.-
the four television stations. Bands will
be touring the cafeterias on Thurday to
rouse spirit, Eiberger said.
The three organizations formed a
committee of representatives last spring
irf an effort to bolster the communica
tions between the groups, Grice said.
The most important achievement of
the commmittee had been to move the
band closer to the card -section In the
stadium, said Steffens.
doily a
H.K. 10U0 Uolbyized Cassette
Dock and 2 pair Koss Pro 4AA
Headphones. AM in mint condi
tion. Will soil together or
separately. 475-2746 before 3 or
after 1Q, , ,
Electric typewriter $110. For
TABLE AMFM Cassette Re
COrder $65. 475-6664
Stereo components. Name
brands reasonable prices. 782
3845 Bennet (local call) after 5
Photography i 76 supplies,
rhfan Call 475-2823 days. ,
Ford ralcon. New
brakes, exhaust, A real gem.
43?-f)f.fl4. , ...
E?R 310X Turntable, good
shape. $35 or best offer. 488-
5824 ffyfini ngs
lyou Caprice.
Big back
seat. Best offer.
Ladies 10-speed Schwinn.
Lights, lock, like new condition.
$95. 438-1436 evenings.
Tenor sax, Olds silver. Plays
fine. $90. 475-5412 days475-
586? nites Preston,,..
"1572- 2402, air7wTntS7T
speed, 23,000 miles. 4825 Tlp-
perary Trail 438-0803.
" 10 x 55 Mobile home, skirted,
2 bdrm., air cond., carpeted,
furn. or unfurn. Good condition,
spacious lot and garden. Lo
cated near both campuses. Call
between 10 a.m. & 3 p.m.
A.K.C. Siberian Husky pups.
71 red Volkswagon square
har.k. 25,000 miles, automatic
transmission, radio, excel!, con-
rtition. 489-531Q.
FOH SALE: Student football
ticket-20 yd. line. 432-2583 Al.
For all season"! !
Dacor Scuba gear. Excellent
condition. Best offer. Call 488-
T3fi Pontlac 2-olus-2 , 421
4-speod Hurst. Runs good. See
Crair;; 627 Harper.,
TTruU or livirig in sor eone
else's place? You can own your
own mobile home for only
$10,250. Including appliances &
furnishings. Just move In and
live. Call Art 799-2392 or Ball
H:l Rtatr 4T '.1
TTi ft rwoodTlm' TM re-
ceiver. 6000 Watts H.M.S.
FxccllfJiit condition. $250. Call
19uy Grand Prix, excellent
condition, low mileage, air. tilt
and power steering, radials.
Ford Galaxy 2-dr. hard-
top, . excellent tiansportation.
Good Bhapo and m.p.g. Justi-
nrnrri' sf"i t-sy1 niuipnioni. Sat i
Shi ',())0 aniplifiur, I San Sui
speaker SP KLMH model
24 turntable and speakers. Coed
pricr3. 432-7202.
1971 Squai eback, now tires,
luqqaqo rack, (jootl condition,
70th & Slavelock. 464 8810
r57rTyulaCl7olla, 30,000
miles, rear end damaqo, runs
well. $350 Gail 4 75-9007
M t: I U WAWTm
a post office runner 4:30 p.m.
to 5 p.m. on days of publication.
Need car. Pays $20month. Call
47?-?5f8 and asik for Jerri.
ately for telephone reception
worK. salary plus oonus. Can
466-5037 for interview appoint
ment or apply at 620 N. 48th
Suite 208 10 to 4. Mrs. Lane.
kiQgin.8.giN.rjy..Lt9n Pv,
We could"" use tempo"rery
unskilled laborers to be on call
for afternoon work 1-5 p.m You
need s car and phone. Man
power 122 N. 11th. . '
Ourg;r Chef 1300 P, Garden
.Levels Douglas 3, Theatrey day
help, evening hep, full time or
part time, flexible schedule.
Apply in person to Terry Meyer
9 a rn. to 5 p m.
TaTT tuna udy or noon hours.
Apply at Arhy's "Mth & Q.
COCKTA.ll.. LOUNGE, .lunch ,
menu; demtmn ir'Mion'irttef-"
viewing I'or tutUtudu, 'wait-"
f esses, "call 435-2993 foV'appoint
r 1 1 p nt ., , r. ,
buineone lor huusowork and
child care days. Will consider
live in student for room and
heard. 4S3.5330.
ExctJiiyiii day a, da ituui S
available. Full time or part time.
Call 489521, ext. 264 King's
Pppr) He. " U JS A A tee.
Lunctieon waitresses lO;50
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Lincoln Univ,
Club, Close to campus. Call 435-2902.
Men and women interested in
working with youth groups'
during the school year, please ;.
contact the Family Branch'
YMCA, phone 488-0961, - ;
3:30-10 p m. Some grill work '
experience. Will tain, need 1 or,
2. 464-5971 for appointment.
nite to 8 a.m. S,M,T,W,Th. and '
some weekends. Will train. For
Student to work part time in
animal hospital for room. 475-
2282. - - .
Help wanted. PART TIME
MESSENGER. Hours-rail .day
Sat. & Sun. and 11 a.m. -2 p.m.
and 4:30 p.m. -7 p.m. MF. Call
466-0156 for appointment.
Harris Laboratories, Inc. pays
volunteers to participate In
clinical research studies of
pharmaceutical products. Need
males and femaies ages 19-55
with no known drug allergies.
Excellent pay for weekend hours
For more information, call
jvtiiiie, 432-2cn i 4j2-je, M-t,
8:30 a.m. -4 p.m,
Wanted - sharp fashion
minded girl to work mornlng3
and afternoons at The Daisy.
Call for interview appointment
4 ' ' 4 9145 The PiK ( , at (j i v
Non-smoker, sriare 2 bedroom
mobile' homo in Gaslight Vil-
laee. Calf 475-9007477-3561.
-..MJsftiTAGE- SQUARE Effi
ciency T end 2 bedroom apart"
ments. Appliances and utilities
, furnished off street parking,
laundry facilities, deposit re
quired, , no pets. Gov't, subsi
dized and rent supplement.
Available nowstudents wel
come. Close to Univ. Call
432-0316. Shown by appoint-
2 bedroom furnished apart
ment. 1232 S. 16th. 435-8839
after 12 p.m. Keep on tryinr
' Cornhubker Co-ed Co-op
I8t semester, $400 2nd sem.
Vacancies for women 475-6796.
VICE Yellow door east side
Campus Book 13th & "R".
Bluegrass Flatplcklng. Begin
ning & advanced. Call Sound
fid, Mm! Cm m K n.!T). CT
Matt DaTton "432-0829 aft'er "e
It a "never too early nor too
late: Become a Crossroader! For
m experience In the summer of
1975, see Operation Crossroads
Part nine ' "n it -'or
prmtmq cz: a. . 1C 1Z
I .'! v,r, k. t3 fit y"- '
Crr-nrf" 'or o ' J intr
t x( eriffiL's worki'-q for t (
pany yOU O fffI qnnri no
K'prr'jcetn g Ar ' f it Prir tii
vf , . "
1 A I
ll III I
in t-xcl'mjc U ' t-v ii 'if rjy-'t-tmg
v. i'h tt y - rej fi"frren'ns
rr',u r d f C .' ' 4 4
,1 ')-" 1 r
e 'it ."
wn 3 r,
4 " 41t'l
Ft in JH
$50 mo
Fi.c' orientation on bank
i, ,4, credit, loans, etc. A cra?n
C( r a on where to go and what ,
: vp. -i In Lincoln, Multl
i urj se M tonight from 7 to
iiiiil1 ' rSi?. , came '
t'Vt minry is needing aVnertd".
f or cunf'unti.i.1 understanding
help, call Hirthrlght. 477-6021.
Young divorcee desires ma
ture male companionship.
Friendship basis. Phone 464
' 7988.
The best way to meet 100 men
is to be and ADMIRALETTEI
Parties, picnics, Navy Ball.
Interested? Meeting September
16, 17, and 18. 7 p.m. at M & N
Building (14th & Vine).
Pipes, waterpipes, bongs, ciga
rette papers, rolling machines,
superstcnes, clips, underground
comix, etc: Gabriella's Goodies.
Box 434, Hollywood, Calif.
Need a Band? Call Russ
Gillespie 489-5757. ;
Lincoln's largest buyer and
seller of antiques and used
furniture. Evening appoint
ments available. Payne & Son,
6036 Havelock Avenue. 464-4933467-1220.
With student or faculty I. D. at
lime VI Bdic, &u uiAUuni uii h
10-speed bikes In the carton.
10 discount on Zenith and GE
component stereos and portable
TV's. Terms available. Good
yyar Store 1928 "O". 432-6521.
Will make malefemale. $20
plus material. 475-6300 after 5.
Posiiion3 on the Student'
Volunteer Services (SVS) Ad
visory Board are now open!
Students interested In serving
may pick up applications in the
Center for Organizations and
Activities, 200 Nebraska Union.
Deadline for applications is
Sept, 20.
t'j y f tin nU)
rol V
t f .
room in ii
931 S 2?.vJ
477 B.M anytime.
FcciaTi; f u u 1 1 1 f u 'ii 1 a it t u cj ,
M e w a r a p a r J m e n t . 1 53 . 5 m o ,
Share with 3 students, 1724
' 1 ".a''Ia:'..'''Za,. ,
F'ree -room imJ fjnariFTor .
ttudent or coupte, Livg with '
man in wheel chair-' soma assa
tece required. 475-5228.
Pmfp C(iTf'-:Vi:iTA twotls agriculturalists,
it kcI-ci. , business persons, engineers, and
architects to work here and overseas.
Contact roar Placement Center for
interviews nith Peace Corps VIST A .
representatives SepU 1 6 & I 7,
thursday, September 12, 1974
daily nebraskan
page 15