The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 21, 1951 · Page 11
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Maybe 'All Is Darkest Burned Cornea Wadnasday, Nov. 21. 1951 THK IJXCOIW STAR If Before The Dawn'Bobby Reynolds Out Saturday To Keep Ail - American On Bench Tutor ShwpshootenDr'nePast Malcolm, S2 - 42,lnBasketball Opener L'me From Yard - Line Marker Cause Ot Colorado Eye Injury By DON' BRYANT Sttr Hpom Htaff Mdberi AAALCOLM c unveiled his 1951 - 52 Teache College high school cage Skyscraper Jim Thom, 6 - 5 2, Teachers moved to PffW - tivp in ntrnllino tha Quarter lead and it looked like bucket iii th. r,.v.i ,,,,.,, - t eh Dale Snook boards for the Xuto but the they'd have things their own way. Snook s reserves handl - hero of the evenina s Derformanee - JS ZL , "knJe? Aai el major burdeu for Teache Xi r L ball of fire from the word CO. second name pulled Malcolm vi. - tn. - v th m.ip SlArClrSrS; a Little d the Teachers H the Tutors In, Tutor youngtc scurrying Ppint - S'guard0 - man! in front with two buckets in the Sf2tJ SL - J th half' 17"9 - first minute - they never trailed - front with three timely buckets HEfSE SPARKS and spent the rest of the night during the second period. racing to all corner, of the court,; 10 - POINT LEAD i scoring points and harrassing the! Wilson took over for th T,,t )unters in the third period and teame ilked off aged to deftet Malcolm, 52 - 42. SCORING ACE But Malcolm mentor Ed Chil ers had an ace up his sleeve th eperson of Duane Buel. who Malcolmites. the lutors fits all evening landed him in tl nth individual s in the point colu s 19. We Admire Glassford's Faith In His Squad ONE of the admirable aspects of the current Husker football season has been the conduct of one, J. William Glas'ord. the headmaster. Everything under the sun has happened to Bill. In fact, at times the sky and all of its constellations have seemed about to fall on the Husker chieftan. His ill luck started when the national magazine boys, evidently dazzled by the 1950 showing of Rampant Robert Reynolds, took up the hue and cry and rated the Huskers high among the nation's elite before they had even drawn Guilder pads with at C nt wet Th vital portion of followed Reyn - and the loss of Half - md Don Vogt, two n Glassford's scheme Bill Glasslord olds' shoulder separatio backs Tom Carodine sophomores very much of things. Then came the startling disclosure as the season opened that the Huskers did not possess an adequate T - formation quarterback. And as late as the sixth game of the season, a desperate Glassford switched from the "T" to the spread formation. Just as the spread, with John Bordogna at the throttle, clicked impressively against Iowa State, there came another blow. Bordogna injured a leg and the wound, when aggravated, forced his withdrawal from the Colorado game. Without the right man for the right formation, the Huskers floundered again. Then, glory be, what does Reynolds do except suffer a burned cornea when a bit of lime pierced his left eye against Colorado. He will be out of action Saturday against Oklahoma. All the while, there have been a steady run of injuries that would drive a normal mentor to a nervous crack - up. Then, too. his frosh and sophomore dominated squad have made mistakes that come with inexperience. Mighty costly mistakes, these errors the enemy has utilized for at least ten touchdowns. oint effort, while ; " All - America Bobby Reynolds tscore Malcalm. A Dicture of the Tchr. ruu i ' .n: mist J ;a - y. and establish a 10 point lead Malcolm game wilt be found m 1 ' " ;i ! " .,,,. at the final stanza. 42 - 32. page 12. VntT,2 i. t - " FIHRIP d the tirst three shoulder separa - i the last day ot LIKE THIS Tall Clyde Cook. College View tnier prospect, demonstrates a pi s his teammates and coach look on at practice Tuesday night. Others shown are (left to right) Jim "Letty' Carlson. Coach Dick Short. Lou Mei - necke. Ron Vosika and Roger Hornby. (Star Photo.) pletions. Reynolds fion. sullered Camp Curtis. ( - KDKRDAIII. lAHIlin With Reynolds unable to u he vital tailback spot oil or ead and John Mm i.i;na , jured leg still untried, Fresh (. ederdahl, barely 1H will draw the starting Faith, Hope, Cook And Carlson CV Foundation BY WAYNE PANTER ence of Logan Newman. lanky ba. h, both juniors, look prorals - th. - "iai Loren Lahm, both of whom ' over six feet, and Dick Oaks have had experience with MENTOR GLASSFORD, to his everlasting credit, his never lost confidence in his young squad. "These kids are plaving their hearts out," ne'l: tell you. 'If thy make mistakes, they are honest mistakes" Never has he publicly singled out an individual for a mistake. He has given his squad complete benefit of the doubt. "I will take full responsibility for anything that happens to this squad," he has said "You cannot blame these boys for anything except inexperience." Those are sterling words from a great coach, a gentleman, a keen sportsman and a man who will always believe the team is the thing. So many times in these days of high emphasis you hear a football coach moaning over his lack of material. We used to listen to a Husker maestro of recent vintage continually complain of "lack of hosses." It takes courage for a coach to stand so heartily behind his squad during a losing season, especially when the pre - season pickers had rated him so loftily. We think Bill Glassford's faith will pay dividends next year. You can bet that his freshmen and sophomores, once ripened into upperclassmen, will be playing their hearts out for a coacn who never lost confidence in them. You have to realize that there are actually only four seniors on this Husker squad. Very plainly there is a strong future for this current Glassford squad. Glassford's faith in Nebraska fans is another thing we like. "This is only one place in the world where the people would keep such faith with a losing team. And that is Nebraska." Yes sir, if there has been a single bright spot of this dark annum we d say it would be the faith of J. William Glassford. Educators Mnva Tnwnrr! Cnn Lou Meinecke, 5 - 10, and Rog WASHINGTON (INS) Ten "very definitely" has been made. Hornby, 6 - 0. All have had limited leading educators laid the The group, members of a com - experience. Also serving to groundwork Tuesday .for plans to mittee of college presidents ap - i brighten the picture is the pres - "eliminate the evil" from college pointed by the American council , , ports and reported that progress on education, ended two days of meetings and scheduled another . - m :, tor Dec at wash - Nebraska i s represented i n the group by its chancellor, R. G; Gustavson, who over a month ago at an all - university convocation in Lincoln called for a program of de - emphasis of athletii By WALLY DeBROWN We wish to point a blunt nb at the calendar and re - d our readers that you can yourself a I peck of prob lems by doing your Christmas shopping early. By touring the shops now you hite Christ - : instead of iack and blue one. Jingle bells are dandy, but if you try to do all your shopping on Christmas Eve they remind you of Siberian travelers racing across the snow half a jump ahead of a pack of howling wolves. Not that sales clerks are wolves, although they probably feel like taking a few nips out of some of the customers on those last whirlwind days. The general president of the Associated Master Barbers says that haircut may go to $1.50. That's certainly bringing inflation to a head. No need to pay inflated prices for a good used car. We'll give you the best deal in town. Yep . . . vou'll get a top buy . . . guaranteed reconditioned and you'll pay the right price plus S&H Green Stamps at DeBROWN AUTO SALES CO.. 1646 N St. Phone. 2 - 8075. Adv. Michigan State College Presi dent John A. Hannah, chairman of the group, said the committee reached tentative agreement on these point thf of eolh ' athlel'i t.ool - of inter - l. Presi I Mtn sponsibili! tn 2. "Something to improve the s collegiate athletic: 3. The first cor. and universities " education of boys taking part in 4. Higher learninf institutions "must practice what they preach" on integrity. Hannah said the blast by New York Judge Saul S. Streit at the handling of athletics in coll had "added impetus" to the committee's discussions. I He will be backed by Freshman! lm - KhTrk7riJ, J? n . d,. I'.ol. Smith, who does riot pass,! f ? rnmhUy I 1 t !( "mm ? VJ Ihrz, ,;,:;;:,;;: I ZZ, STORM SASH in:: Soph - anon - ,' - on the (.lasslord spread. mid Screen. Hob Moifitt, Jack Porter, Paul Bordogna'a leg, i tin mi ed dui trig I i , westbroo Jim Edwardi , the Cotorad tibial 10 4ew. 8 yean is aa neadaj upon removal oi tha cut I . it rlViril ,orm ,ZjH,j fl ,M'i.l,;'","rt,.!1.. , cuff I S5& aw 525 J" ? i,,Bi!1 1 p.obably out for . XT9" 'ZZ JS,TJlT77. M STARTING BACKS I r" """""""Hion in your home, nn obligation ... COMMUNITY BLDG. t IMPR. CO., INC. U We ain't ffififc i W fjlj m fender re - $Z.Y !L , I W M paring in town super paint Jl'l Ki j ft' flM Mlkl.TOWN Hodv nl 1 fkn miU - IUfffll paint shop U j y 3 'IkanT - tfr II WMMMMMM jH. JH wm MMJm aaS BROTHERsf) I Coach Dick Shon h,s , f,,h, TxT,WJ.JfSidT into a winning basketball team bet a' ecu now and Dec. 7. Short, beginning his second cage crew, has a little over two aVukT nut" Shef Sm weeks in which to round out hia SP SThit to tek l52 And: with a week 'of praet.ee J!ZZ ''.deration fr admits - that the nearing season has taken on the appearance of an uphill battle. SCRIMMAGE FRIDAY "So far," Short said Tuesday afternoon, "we've stuck to fundamentals, but we hope to be scrimmaging Friday." The situation in regard to returning vets is both good and bad. Last year's club, which won 11 and lost nine, was sparked by the eagle - eye shooting of Bob Leslie and capably managed by diminutive Stan Muggy, a field general's Held general. With these two standouts gone, the presence of regulars Clyde I Cook and Jim Carlson still leaves some large gaps, Another regular, Lvman Hull, is still laid up as the I result of a football injury and his availability, even at a later date, is doubtful. Other top contenders for start - beith. - . ;.. Hon Vosika, a - ! LISTKN TO YOUR FAVOItlTE SPOUTS PIIOIaltAM TONHaTIT Kimmel Country Club Co. I Buy a Case Today I SEVEN - UP BOTTLING CO. In the Groove! J Bowlers say there's nothing like a workout on the alleys to make you jeel fitter, look better. 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