The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 12, 1951 · Page 15
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 15

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Friday, October 12, 1951
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Friday, October 12, 1951 THE MWOI. STAR l. Don Norris To Start At Quarterback For Nebraska Young Omaha Soph To Replace Bordogna In Penn State Game Lincoln Rated Three - Touchdown Favorites Over Scottsbluff IV By WAYNE PANTER e inter - Red and Black Thursday night:! J 3Bi LON NoiTis from , aro,ln, "n",,','"r"'rt ,,,""d V" H V. ''" - SCOTTSBLUFF. Neb A throe - eept ichdo clonk ited Linroln high team which meets Scottsbluff high's injury - ridden forces here tonight. Coach Bill Pfeiff of the Links, however, tossed aside any thoughts of over - confidence as he whipped his squad through a spirited workout under the lights here Thursday night. "Just like every game on our schedule, we rate this one a toss - up," said the LHS mentor. "Scottsbluff has always been extremely tough on its own field." The Red and Black went through the workout, designed mainly to loosen up the squad following the all - day, 420 - mile bus ride, in game gear minus pads and helmets. Meanwhile, word from the local camp was that the Bearcats would Bill Averill, are Scottchluff tull - back who was injured in the second game of the season, will not DEFENSIVE DRILLS During the week, Cc Schwisow has drilled tch Li fleeted by Pfeiffs message to the FIVE of the other six Big Seven conference schools sieve now been hoard from in The Lincoln Star's exclusive survey on rIVE , f inference schools kfcw i Star's exclusive survey - nendations for de - emphasi Chancellor R ('.. C.ustavsoi of intercollegiate athletics. In the Thursday Star, vou read the favorable opinions of President G. L. Cross of Oklahoma, Chancellor Franklin D. Murphy of Kansas, President Robert L. Stearns of Colorado and President Frederick A. Middlebush of Missouri. Now comes this word from President James A. McCain of Kansas State: "Chancellor Gustavson's proposals represent some, but by no means all the actions necessary if we are to correct the evils in our intercollegiate athletic program. I congratulate Gus on his characteristic forthrightness " Dr. Charles Friley. Iowa State president, is the only Bit? Seven head who The Star has not contacted. Dr. Friley is on trip and could not be reached. going to spend Pfeiffs statement was reflected p 'The 17pound towheftd "k j ed in the promise that . 1H& M '"i!"""1 """J,1, lfA " l",""',,"'d v u 1 " !,'"" ,ron "we're going out there to bring .JHV. fc Li,,'' ZZT i kftr Scottsbluff National Monument jwiailH IssHH ive st iters a " neighboring Wildcat Hills. HHHgHP1H HH ' All will be right '''ni'Kud i, Kk.d Md Bi.uki JIM DOOLEYWho will start at o.ensiv center against the .halfbacks, and Bobby Decker, i moved up from the frosh. jfrosh. ! Huskers Saturday, is thm main reason why Penn Stat Coach Rip s"fet. Glassford said that Linebacker Only one scout will be etivft Engle tates his tom stronger at center than a year ago. (Special j H 11 t El ' i 'J""'' j","'" , : , M , , ,'nos. t NorthwesterA 4 Hussman and Carl Ibasee. Yirs - able Saturday game. Beat - back a Lincoln High victory." ,;th The Links, who left the Oval , t tho Thursda single wing attack utilized by the bttetj "to the twelve - year history of 2 competition between the two d, Vf!JK5S schools, the Links have copped .se9hon nf 1 eleven tilts with one winding up a 7 - 7 stalemate. Word is that the Bearcats who have won two and lost two as comi Links record of four i sMI DETERMINATION ir same deter ed by Pfeiff: lefty, MASON Bowes, the Lincoln the winter in Lincoln. It will be the first winter "up north" for Bowes, a corn pone boy from deep in the heart of North Carolina. We've warned "Mase" of what is coming the sleet, snow nd winds that will c hill his "you - all" hide. But he's still going to stick it out, he says. Major Bowes is learning the laundry business under Uncle Joe Silverman, well - known official. Bluebird '6' Top Norfolk Gridders ...Win By 40 - 6 Score BY JIM CLARK It was a gala homecoming for the Cathedral Bluebirds Thursday night as they turned away an unbeaten Sacred Heart sextet from,, Norfolk 40 - 6, on the College View I grid. Coach Vince Aldrich used ev - , ery thing he had on the bench! ifrom the heaviest man on down, !to extend the Bluebird winning! ; streak to five. Playing without the fulltime services of their two regular I backs, John Stcinauer and Edj Cripe, the Bluebirds rolled to their j first - touchdown right after the; opening kickoff. Joe Clark com - S.crd .ill be aired Al Heifer, who you heard do the world series with Mel Allen, will handle the play - by - play description and Gene Kirby will do the color background and statistics in this "game of the week" series. Bob Prince, our old broadcasting friend from Pittsburgh, will not air the game for the Pitt this wrote that he couldn't come because of the Ralph Kiner - Nancy Chaffee wedding. He is the home run kinq's business manager. PI pleted the drive that started from mid - field on a four yard carry over left tackle. A Clark to Denny Costin pass accounted for the ex - tr Sacred' Heart came back strong to tally on a Dan Jochum to John . The'ir attempt for a con - m was no good, and here : - ing p u c h started ling. Jack Gardner of the lads comprising the Big Seven and lost in Cathedral tallied once more in the opening frame when Tom Rice hit Wayne Reeves on a 43 vard pass plav. Joe Clark bucked I the line for the point second quar - run around tally. The Hastings Tabbed Over Rockets; Thrapp Back In NE Backfield IM CLARK I "Sg sVas!',T's H - M Mw Dotnrn mm Fn,d SaiKh of th0 st. LmHi the' 'ilB Pavey toward Thrapp mais he planned to talk over Marty Marion in St. Louis Mon - I dav. ! Although the Rockets hav beaten in their last three cc ithey still stand a very j chance of capturing the lence crown. Beatrice, the I opening encounter which Ni east won, has been their only Iference tilt to date. i The Rockets will be up tc strength for the name with ireturn of star bloc king back How - Ian lias been shifted to left half - lard Thrapp to the lineup. Thrapp bark to put added speed in that missed the intra - city tilt with department, lhrapp has been not - Lincoln last week because of a ed all season for his ability as a bad charley horse. blocking back. HARD FOOTBALL Besides being up against a team Galloway has carried through ,.,t has Klvltu. some of the his threat made earlier m the hlf,Rer chlbn in the midlands week to impress upon the minds rmit,n Ramos au vf.;ir) the Tigers of his players the desire to play will ,,ri),;i,iv be more up for this hard football. Spirited scrim - nno sinre ,t is tneir homecoming mages and fundamentals have!affajr dominated the Rockets' work ros - rmba'bif i.mues f..r . - nhcaM w.u biter during the week. j Kf". .V'"'..!" V, T'. (,!'' 'V',,. :'n',v' With Thrapp's return, Huber - rM MrCOOK WINS McCOOK. Neb. fAP) Mc - LCook Junior College staged a whirlwind first half scoring spree Thursday night to defeat Fairbury Junior College 39 - 12 in a Junior College conference football game. McCook piled up a 39 - 0 score at the half and Fairbury's best efforts produced only two second half touchdowns. lack Mone had accumulated 29 points which tied the school record for a single evening. "There were 10 minutes left when Jack had these 29," beamed Jack. "But do you know what he did He just passed the ball to teammates during the remainder of the game. He didn't take a shot, although he was in handy position several Jack thinks that Oklahoma and Kansas, powered by Clyde Lovellette. will be the teams to beat this year. ie. it all depends on the freshmen," he added. TOP DEFENSIVE TACKLE On the Penn State eleven in 240 - pound Slew Scheelz. A mountainous fellow whom Coach flip Engl regards as his mainstay. Sheetz never played college football until a year ago buf improved amazingly fast in spring drills. (Special to Star.) Viewmen Favored Turn FOOTNOTES ... We like Sec (Des Moines Register) Taylor's description of Bobby "Shantz: "In size a deuce, but in what it takes to hurl major league baseball, an ace." . . . Bobby addpd an effective knucklor to his ivne - rtoitc last You can't get points on either Nebraska or Penn State . . . The odds boys evidently figure the Huskers are an unsafe be1 after favoring them by two touchdowns over Texas Christian and Kansas State . . Last year, the Huskers went against the odds in losing to Colorado and winning from Minnesota an 1 K insas . . . Jack Pesek's now son looks like he'll be a bin laddibuck like his dad . . . Pete Janetos, assistant has not vet seen the Huskers play . . . He's been on the road scouting the past two week - ends ... He hopes his presence Saturday will be a good luck charm. ....... v a - P 'i'Vovr vp such a great bunch of kids left end for another tally. The TOP DEFENSIVE TACKLE On the Penn State eleven is 240 - pound I sksks HHHPWW ho believe in teamwork," he told The Firing Line. attempt for conversion was wide Stew Scheefz. A mountainous fellow whom Coach flip Engl regards .tjHsBsWa sssssf B T T V V "Hv Ho ntoH an nvamnle I Ed Cripe who had hrm held on the side - as his mainstay. Sheefz never played college football until a year 1 CrS'flssssW 9HLIIIw W k s H m BfflsT ssssssssssssl loiui enousli i to score Ttk UUy with a ago bu improved amazingly fast in spring drills, (bpecial to btar.) H SWL " WkWktMM m JSi. - it SL '3bE1 1 Viewmen Favored Turn I JF MiiiiiL Back Big Wymore Team j 0fl i ,F!0?tbaJ!,. I g.V Wjf i I 'TS ALWAYS TIME FOR P I " I Pteasanton Bumps Cairo , flHB r K V WTls KoiKea oei un iauiu, . playorl Tuesday nijhl Rclerce will be Jack Bntton, v. 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