The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 08, 1984, Page Page 9, Image 9

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    Monday, October 8, 1934
Dally Nebraskan
Pago 9
Huskers...
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I didn't think Craig was able to touchdown to Gamble. Sundberg for 157 yards on 30 carries, don't have any depth left."
Two more players got hurt
j Moore's second pickoffstopped put a whole lot on the ball " was four of seven for 47 yard.i. DuBcse also played with an injury
I Nebraska s Erst drive or the second Osborne said. "YouVe got to throw Nebraska's offense struggled to you guessed it, his ankle. Saturday. Neil Harris missed the
1 half. He stepped in front of Gam- it on lime and out in front, and much of the afternoon. Oklahoma The Huskers' No. 3 I-back, Paul second half of the game i
ble and stole the ball at the Cow- Craig's throws were a little behind State's defense had a lot to do Miles, missed the game with a calf bruise, and offensive
with a
I ble and StOtS the ball at the COW- Craiixs throws wero a.V.ttc hrh Inii State's rffpnif hnrl n nt tn r?n Milrs. missed the t?nni with n rsslf hmlqp nnrl nffnlv cnnrH
boy 15, returning it to the 23. The and a little late." with that, but the Huskers were shoulder separation. Me's expect- Harry Grknminger suffered aback
plckoff ended Nebraska's threat, Osborne said he hasn't given hampered by injuries. ed tc miss three or four more bruise.
and also ended the day for Sund- up on Sundberg, and he hopes I-back Jeff Smith played spar- games. Nebraska trainer George Sulli-
berg. Backup Travis Turner went the fans won't either. Turner adds ingly before reinjurlng his ankle, "We're really beat up in the van said he expects the injured
the rest of the way at quarter- a new dimension to the offense, and starting fullback Tom Rath- backfleld," Osborne said. "We Just players to play against Missouri.
back ror nu. Osborne said, because he s bigger man s sore ankle caused him to
Nebraska coach Tom Osborne and faster. miss much of the game. ,
said he thought Sundberg's Turner completed five of 10 No. 2 I-back Doug DuBose play
shoulder bothered his passing. passes for 100 yards and the ed well in Smith's place, rushing
Battle of sexes entice DN writer
to take on state's best woman netter
Vitas Gerulatitis has a big The argument that ensued from its ugly head. "Hey wait a minute,"
mouth, plain tad simple this statement immediately my macho side, which sounds
An exciting tennis player with caught my sports editor's eye (a amazingly like John Wayne argu-
a flare for the bcld proclamation, man constantly looking for new ed. "You're a man, she's a woman.
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a ch&Ilenge. I besan to feel a little bit like the
"Hey Scctt, you play tennis dont "Si Million Dollar Man " so I went
you? he yelled while cradling a out to the courts to practice can
phone on his shoulder. non balling those little green
"Yeah, a little," I meekly ans- Wilsons. There I was banging the
wered, wondering what he was bam &st waat th 5?
up t0 campus tennb courts, and feel-
I was a little shocked at first to S
realize what I'd committed myself ,7' u, , " T S f
fo oma, t,miapja,rrii, team warmig up. In the middle of
During the recently completed
U.S. Open. Gerulailis got fed up
J with all of the talk about No. 1
women's player Martina Navra
tilova being able to beat the No
100 men's player, given certain
circumstances, tie went so iar to -Ilu "n it p auu&uy otu tu hpck t mv onnonpnt and mv
disclaim this notion that he said dawn on me. cockiness started to fade. With
he d be willing to bet his house "You re playing the best woman each successive swing of her rack-
(that's right, his house) that the in the state of Nebraska, and et I became a little greener. By the
No. 1 ,000 rated man could wail maybe the best in the Big Eight " I time j decided I had seen enough,
on Martina. We're not talking a thought. "You're going to get kill- my complexion matched those of
little duplex here, we're talking a ed." my Wilsons.
$ 1 million beauty of a home. But then my macho side reared Today at 2 p.m. I'm going to
! Intramural teams advance to finals Sft3Sa2w&
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The Phi Psi Exrire&s scored on With America's Team leading nin& 01 running.
a long bomb on the last play of 1 2-7, the Phi Psi Express threw a
the game to advance to the finals length-of-the-fkld pass that was
of the division A co-rec flag foot- tipped twice and caught by Mary
ball championships Sunday after- Pritchard, who scored the win
noon at the Cather-Pound fields, ning touchdown.
Harvey Smithers also advanced .
to the finals with a six-point vie- Results of all divisional finals
tory over the Pigskins. The finals will be in Tuesday's Daily Ne-
were played late Sunday night braskan.
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when I played Crystal Coleman of
the women's basketball team in a
game of one-on-one. After losing
to Crystal 20-12, 1 didn't feel that
bad. "After all, basketball isnt
really my sport, "I reasoned.
Tennis is."
I think now I know how George
Plimpton felt when he played
quarterback for one series with
the Detroit Lions. George (I feel a
common bond between us J, won
dered if he was up to the chal
lenge and so do I. One thing is for
certain, IT! do my best and who :
knows, I may even win (a game).
But I wouldn't bet the house on it.
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