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Huskers break ’83 scoring record
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its penalties and fumbles, Thorell
said. The Huskers were flagged for 13
penalties for 144 yards, and had two
touchdowns called back on penalties.
Nebraska fumbled four times, los
“We told them they still have a
long way to go,” Thorell said. “We
had loo many bobbled snaps and hold
ing and clipping penalties. We have a
good offense and the defense will be
good. We need to get the mental part
Thorell said he thought he could
convince the team that it needs im
provement after watching the game’s
“If the defensive linemen stood up
too soon, he’ll get a minus,” Thorell
said. “If the offensive lineman
blocked the wrong man, even if we
scored a touchdown, he’ll get a mi
nus. They’ll know how well they
played by how they grade.”
Thorell said he did not want the
team to become overconfident from
Monday’s win because the Huskers
played a similar game last year
against St. Thomas during a 62-0 win.
Nebraska followed that game with a
55-0 win over Bethany, but lost its
final three games.
“We still have four games to go,”
he said. “After last year, I’m a little
more cautious. Last year we started
the same way.”
Thorcll said many players had
good games for Nebraska. He said
Grant, Baldwin, McDuffy, Duin,
Bostick and linebackers Paul Wight
man and Mike Pctko played well.
Grant rushed six times for 67 yards
and completed three of five passes for
81 yards and three touchdowns.
“(Grant) is going to be a great
quarterback,” Thorcll said. “He still
has a ways to go, though.”
McDuffy led the Huskcrs with 68
yards on eight carries. Baldwin
gained 52 yards on seven carries, and
Paul Van Houscn picked up 56 yards
on 10 rushes and scored two touch
downs. Reserve quarterback John
Me Mi lien completed 3 of 4 passes for
70 yards and one touchdown.
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Murphy, Ryan face tests
OMAHA — A pair of Omaha boxers will headline the Carter Lake
Warehouse Ballroom’s pro boxing card tonight at 7:30.
Cruiserweight Irish Dan Murphy will face O. A. Smith of Denver in
an eight-round fight and heavyweight Dick Ryan will take on Indian
Aaron Brown of Oklahoma City in a six-round bout.
A rivalry also will be renewed when Jesse Abrams of Omaha lights
Darrel “Mauler” Miller of Macy in a four-round bout. Miller recently
beat Abrams in a close decision.
Miller, a welterweight, and lightweight Felix “Cat” Dubray, both of
Omaha, will be on the card with their opponents to be named later.
Promoter Fred Bems, whose previous shows have been held at the
Peony Park Ballroom, moved the fights to the smaller site due to the
unavailability of Peony Park in September.
Tickets will be $15 VIP, $12 reserved and $10 general admission.
UNL men’s soccer club to hold tryouts
UNL’s mens’ soccer club will be holding tryouts today through
Friday at the former Whittier Junior High School, 22nd and Vine streets,
I between 3:30 and 5 p.m.
The 19-member team opens its season Sunday against Wichita State
on the soccer field cast of Mabel Lee Hall.
Campus Rec notes
• Intramural punt, pass and kick will be held today at Whittier Junior
High School from 4 to 7 p.m. There is no entry fee and equipment is
provided. The competition isopen to both men and women. Contestants
can enter upon arrival.
•Today is the deadline for the following intramural activities: golf
tournament, men’s and women’s slow pilch softball, and co-rec Hag
football. The deadline was moved from Tuesday and no $5 late entry fee
will be charged.
•There will be a meeting Thursday for managers of men’s and
women’s slow pitch softball teams and co-rec Hag football teams. The
softball meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. and the football meeting at 7:30
p.m. Both meetings will be held at Hen/lik Auditorium. All softball and
flag football teams must be represented at the managers' meeting.
Rules, policies, procedures and practices will be explained. Failure to
have a representative present will cost the team one-half of their forfeit
UNL volleyball club’s tourney completed
Team C.O.D. won the UNL mens’ volleyball club’s 4H-tcam triples
tournament Sunday outside the Harpcr-Schramm-Smith Residence
Hall. Team C.O.D. was made up of Jeff Asher, EvarsGrinbcrgand Janis
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on Mondays and Thursdays from 3-6 p.m. at Mabel Lee Hall, 2nd floor.
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