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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1975)
monday, October 20, 1975
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Michael Lewis catches the win
ning point for the Nebraska
Penal Complex flag football
team as the inmates defeated
the UNL Intramural All-Stars
7-6 Saturday in Memorial
Huskers hold on;lafe
OSU fry fails
Stillwater, Okla.-Maybe defensive
coordinator Monte Kiffin had the right idea
Saturday when he told reporters the next
time the Huskers play Oklahoma State
(OSU) in Stillwater he's staying home.
The Huskers escaped with a 28-20 win
as the Cowboys ripped the Husker defens-
Field hockey tourney
ive for 319 yards total offense (294 rush
ing), more than any opponent this season.
The blackshirts may have prevented a
tie game, holding the Cowboy onslaught
inside its own five-yard line with less than
a minute left in the game.
With a third and one on the two-yard
UNL boasts 3 all-stars
By Susie Reitz -
Three UNL field hockey players placed
on the eight-member all-star team while
finishing second behind Missouri in the
first Big 8 field hockey tournament Friday
and Saturday in Lincoln.
Nebraska center-forward Mary Claire
Franssen, center-halfback Jean Vrbka and
left-wing Jean Shandera were named to
the team along with two Missouri players,
two from Oklahoma State (OSU) and one
from Kansas. The all-star team was select-
Nan Circo's two-day total of 172 led
the UNL women's golf team to a fifth
place finish in the 14-team Missouri
Women's Invitational Golf Tourney at
Columbia, Mo. Friday and Saturday.'
I-back Mike Burton scored thres touch
downs, and Richard Berns added two more
to lead the Nebraska freshmen to a 63-0
won over MarshaUtown College Saturday
in Marshalltown, Iowa.
UNL's volleyball team placed fith in
the Graceland College Invitational last
weekend in Lamont, Iowa.
UNL fencing club member Martin
Taylor won the foil competition to pace
the UNL fencing club in a 10 team tourna
ment at Iowa State University in Ames,
Iowa over the weekend.
ed by coaches from the five teams partici:
paring in the tournament. - :
Missouri, UNL and OSU each finished
with identical 3-1 records in the round
robin tourney, but Missouri was awarded
first place on the basis of penetration time.
The Tigers had 44: 17 J minutes compared
with 35:253 for UNL and OSU's 35:20.7.
Penetration time is the amount of time
a team has the ball within the opponent's
UNL won the opening game with
2:38 minutes more penetration time,
beating Kansas after a 2-2 tie. Franssen
and Sue Hansen each scored goals for UNL
in the first half. '
After a scoreless first half against
Oklahoma, the Huskers scored three
second-half goals to win the game 3-0.
Hansen had two goals and Franssen, one.
Saturday, the Huskers beat previously
unbeaten OSU 3-0 on two goals by
Franssen and one by Peg Conradt.
Conradt's goal followed Franssen's first in
the opening half by less than two minutes.
Franssen added another goal in the second
But Missouri won the Huskers' second
game of the day 2-1 by holding off a late
UNL rally. Franssen scored Nebrsaka's
only goal with less than eight minutes left
in the game.
line, Husker cornerback Chuck Jones
stopped OSU's Terry Miller for a two-yard
loss. With fourth and four on the five,
Miller, the game's leading rusher with 90
yards on 20 carries, tried another end run
and was stopped by Dave Butterfield and
The Huskers had a 2 1-7 halftime lead as
quarterback Vince Ferragamo came off the
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first quarter and passed to I-back John
O'Leary from eight yards for Nebraska's
Ferragamo scored the Huskers second
touchdown on a four-yard quarterback
sneak in the first quarter and passed to
Dave Shamblin. to set up a one-yard quar
terback sneak in the second quarter.
Early in the second half, split-end
Bobby Thomas fumbled an OSU punt on
the Husker 14-yard line and Miller scored
three plays later from the five. The kick
made it 21-14.
Ferragamo marched the team back for
another socre. hittina tight-end Brad
Jenkins on a 10-yard touchdown pass with
5:58 left in the third quarter.
OSU made the score 28-20 only 58
seconds later when quarterback Scott Burk
went 53 yards on a keeper, followed by
Miller's 23-yard run for the touchdown.
The Cowboys had one touchdown
called back in the fourth quarter on a con-
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Rickey Taylor was called for interfering
with Husker safety Jim Burrow in the end
zone. The penalty gave the Huskers the ball
on the 20-yard line.
Unable to move, the Huskers and Cow
boys exchanged punts, until with just more
than a minute remaining, Tom Thomas
snapped the ball over punter Randy Less
man's head, which set up the goal-line
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