Skip to main content
The largest online newspaper archive
A Publisher Extra® Newspaper

Fremont Tribune from Fremont, Nebraska • 6

Fremont Tribunei
Fremont, Nebraska
Issue Date:
Extracted Article Text (OCR)

rf 1-- Are Picked 1 Jfc I -IN I 'it if I 4 1 Nebraska 1 alk Confidently I said Brownson "the other can i pretty dose to each other In the come in When one is on the statistical column bench he can spot mistakes Coach Bob Oevaney said and tell the quarterback in the Brownson and Tagge may be the game about them Its real com- best one two quarterbacking petitive even though each of us punch in college football And By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS This is supposed to be the year of the the North Platte In the West Big Ten Conference football race Coach Crump Redding frankly admits prospects are above average and that if the Bulldogs win this year It will be his coaching that Is at fault Fourteen lettermen nine of them regulars off last year's 549 club which went 3-1-0 In the league to tie McCook for the divisional title are the reasons Redding thinks his team should Huber and Randy Bauer John Webb rangy 195-pound end who goes both ways two-way tackle Dave Proctor and nigged Bruce Crist a tackle are expected to key a mobile interior line Jim Voseipka figures to be a standout end Ken Reiners at Kearney must overcome lack of depth and lack of size The Hub City had only 53 players check out gear fiiere were 12 letter-winners in the turnout among them Dennis Bellinger veteran and crafty field marshal Stan Schroder pass-catching end Greg Brast running halfback and fine Tam Rronnan uihdl tiBS kicker Tom Brennan who has ded If they can became tough defensively they could be a surprise Chaney rates the outlook "fair to The veteran material Is well balanced and Alliance has two rugged tackles In Mike Tolstedt 220 and Jim Colwell 210 Dick Best at guard and ends Jerry Seiler and Don Zurn are among other regulars on hand Tim Spencer Is standout defensive back Steve Brown Dun Failor and Alan Heldingsfelder are other seasoned backs Tenoplr has only nine letter-men off divisional co-championship team of last year and only one-Skeet Brawdy a 245-pound rough tough was a starter green but the players LINCOLN NEB (AP)-Two highly talented quarterbacks scrapping (or the starting rule agreed today that Nebraska's Cornhuskers can go all the way during the coming football season Ilicy arc Van Brownson and Jerry Taggc "By "all the way" they mean Nebraska can win all of its 11 games and thereby grab the Big Eight Conference championship gain a high national ranking and a post-season bowl invitation Brownson and Tagge both juniors also agree on some other factors They think having two players in a neck-and-ncck scramble for No 1 is a healthy situation would like to get sole possession of the "Our barks have any Tagge said "They aren't even aware of which one of us is doing the quarterbacking I have no objection to sharing the role if it brings a successful season Van has helped me a lot Having him around has made me work harder We've got the forces and the talent to win all of our As sophomores last year they played almost equal time in be strong Among the lettermen Is Bill! Lauer 175-pound senior end who Switched from center to end last spring became the first I and Jerry Gillming center! Comhusker schoolboy lo pole linebacker vault 15 feet Kearney 3-5-0 a year ago son has won only one Big Ten cham- have a lot of Tenopir and phmshlp in J965 said Dave Redding Crump's 190-pound senior end Confident II usher Jerry Tagge who teams with Van Brownson to give Nebraska a deadly quarterback punch thinks the Cornhuskers can go through the 1970 season without a loss Tagge ana Brownson are still battling to see who will get the starting quarterback assignment When one of us messes Nebraska's 9-2 season and were Fremont Thirune State White Bass Big With Anglers Alliance and McCook the Alliance never has won a Big more fullback last season is other two West Big Ten mem- Ten football championship Mc- now a 190-pounder who should bers have new coaches Paul Cook last yron the league title in supply tank power in the back- Chaney is now the head man I960 field at Alliance and Mel Tenoplr The key game in the West Rocky Rasmussen 184-pound has the reins at McCook Big Ten race appears to be the senior guard and Charles Hueb- Change a one-time McCook North Platte-Scottsbluff contest ner 182-pound senior tackle are 'star fullback has 13 lettermen at Scottsbluff Oct 30 expected to anchor a typically and 11 of them were regulars' The probably division finish strong North Platte forward on last 349 club in this order: North Platte wall North Platte last won a conference football championship in 1962 The main challenger is expected to be Scottsbluff which with Grand Island has been in the Big Ten playoff more times than any other member-11 Coach Les Lee has more let-termen than 18 lnclud-j ing eight regulars from last squad The Bluffs had what was generally conceded to have been one' of its best backfields in history last year yet finished 4-5-0 the only time in 12-year coaching career that a team of bis lost more games than it won Jim Stutanan Wayne Nitzs-che Mike DeBaker and Gale Stage Guard candidates are Greg Tom ark Lake-white trolled artificials Page 6 September 1 1970 We really know which one Ls going to be Nebraska noted for its sturdy defense through the years expects to be more explosive and make more touchdowns this season The quarterbacks have a brigade of outstanding receivers around to snare their passes among them halfback Jeff Kinney who caught 44 last season split end Guy Ingles who hauled in 30 and fullback Dan Schnciss with 20 receptions Halfback Joe Orduna in a head-on battle with Kinney for i a starting nod was a pretty fair receiver before a knee operation kept him out of action all of last year Orduna Kinney Schneiss and sophomore John Rodgers who led last year's freshmen in five departments all are brilliant runners Rodgers Ls another fine receiver and will start at the other halfback The offensive line is loaded with veterans although Devaney said rebuilding its interior is luesaayi prWy his major problem "It would be nice if we would start off" Devaney said "where we left off last year when we ended the season by beating Oklahoma 44-14 and Georgia 45-6 in the Sun defense sprinkled with holes opened by graduation may not be as effective as in recent years at the beginnning but Devaney admitted he has the talent and that the defense will mold into shape after two or three games Until then he expects the offense to cany the load Despite the loss of eight players from the defensive unit which led the Big Eight eight lettermen fonm the backbone of this defense The three who returned from last forward wall of defense are cornerback Jim An dersoii linebacker Jerry Mur-taugh and tackle Dave Wallace The defense already has made Devaney said "at least the two two or two As far as experience is concerned the defense is in bad shape You really judge the defense until it faces a team that throws something new against it Well find out more about that Sept 12 when we open our season with Wake Detroit Crunches Philadelphia 31-7 Bogseth Connor and Bill Mowinkel David Lofgren and Greg Lind berg will fight each other for the center position Ron Schmidt Gary Retzlaff and Ken Gelster could be the tackles Junior Gait Lowe LINCOLN (AP) White bass are tops for the fishermen in Southwest Nebraska the Game and Parks Commission says Top fishing spots around the state include: Harland County Reservoir white bass taking jigs Medicine Creek Reservoir white bass hitting artificials cat fish taking cut bait and shad Red Willow Reservoir largemouth bass on plastic worms catfish grabbing cut bait and salamanders Swanson Reservoir white bass on artificials catfish on cut bait Tri-County Canal-catfish taking cut bait Enders Reservoir white taking artificials white bass on artificials Red Willow Creek-brown trout hitting worms and night crawlers Lake -McConaughy rainbow trout walleye hitting trolled night crawlers and spinner combination white bass on trolled artificials catfish taking shad and cut bait Box putte northern pike on minnows and artificials perch hitting worms Lake Ogallala rainbow trout hitting worms and night Lack of an adequate defense had a 7-2 record last year was blamed for the Bearcats' up-and-down campaign and Lee hopes his defense will be stronger this year He also must replace three of the starting backs of 1960 Back Hal Wagner nnd Dennis Broekemeier are returning all conference Both are back for senior years Lewis and hitting Lake Ericson largemouth bass taking worms and artificials catfish hitting prepared bait northern pike on artificials and worms small mouth bass taking worms and crawdads Piebel Lake bullheads taking night crawlers Cedar River catfish Niobrara River catfish on minnows Sherman Reservoir catfish hitting prepared bait frogs and minnows Middle and North Loup rivers catfish taking live frogs and cut bait Swan Lake bullheads on worms Little Blue River and Republican River spear fishermen taking carp Little Blue River channel catfish on minnows Republican River white bass and channel catfish taking minnows Alexandria State Recreation Area channel catfish taking minnows and liver Salt Valley Lakes catfish taking chicken livers night crawlers and crawdads large-mouth bass and crappie on minnows and artificials bullheads and bluegill on worms end the players their West Point will have an ex-land sophomore Ed Hula are DETROIT (AP) Philadelphia is the City of Brotherly Love but when the Philadelphia Eagles leave home they must leave their love behind They left it behind Monday night but they sure angry enough to handle the growling Detroit Lions The Lions tame out fighting first and shook hands later as they crushed the Eagles 31-7 in their National Football league exhibition game before a record preseason crowd of 51032 Although there were several fights during the game the biggest fight seems to be the one developing over be No 1 quarterback Greg Landry won his boot against the Eagles firing a pair of touchdown passes and running SI yards for another score to draw the praise of coach Joe Schmidt Bill Munson had started Detroit's first three games although Landry has played con slderably Munson play at all against the Eagles who have lost their three exhibitions Third-stringer Greg Barton played the fourth quarter for the Lions who have won three straight in a 3-1 record It is generally conceded Detroit has a fine defense The Eagles only score came on a one-yard plunge by rookie Lee Bouggess with a minute left in the game with Mark Moseley converting Philadelphia managed just 172 yards total offense to 405 fer the Liras who ootroshed the Eagles 219 yards to 17 diStfh VX 'E pck I Kim SCHEDULE Sept 11 Tekamah (home) Sept 18 Logan View (home) Sept 25 at Scribner Oct 2 Oakland (home) Oct 0 it Pender Oct ll at Lyons 23 Wakefield (home) Oct 28 North Bend (home) yjNov 8 at Wisner iTthe' trier'for'tW'offense: I Wagner End Jim Engelbart Pumphrey was a regular as a Geor Mowinkel sophomore last year tackle Mark Men are the other Rick Prestos a 56-second -returning statrere -quarter-miler provides excep- i Ray Schleusener is the only tional speed at fullback bat has other senior listed on the West ffifasyrf early practices on ac- Po nt roster Schluesener is a count of illness 155 pound guard There also is plenty of bacli- The rest of the field talent in Jim Krieg Gary unknown quantity team is an and 1 Devine Is Happy With Two Backs Hoop Team Is Leaving MEMPHIS Tenn AP The New Orleans Bucs faced with slumping crowds and loss of revenue at home have been sold and will be moved to Memphis this season -The move announced at news conferences Monday in both cities remains contingent upon approval of the league expected today PL Blake of Greenwood Miss negotiated purchase of the team from Maurice Stern of New Orleans Coach McCarthy who will remain with the squad said pre-season practice win begin Sept 14 Seahorses Set Picnic Fremont coaches Bob Buch Don Kimball and Gerry Saunders will present trophies to their swimmers Friday evening at 6 at a family potluck picnic at Memorial Park Awards will be presented to the outstanding swimmer most improved boy swimmer most Improved girl swimmer outstanding sportsmanship award and outstanding water polo player In the event of rain the picnic will be moved inside the YMCA the sideline nursing some bruised ribs from Friday scrimmage Tailback Bill Butler and fullback Mike Montgomery have charieyhorses but Gibson said they will be all right Six heat stricken Jayhawks were helped off the field Grach Pepper Rodgers said he believe the weather "This must the hottest he moaned Films of the Saturday scrimmage were reviewed "Our defense may not be as good as we'd like right Rodgers said they are active and we hope to minimize long games with than is a Ufa insurance plan especially designed for married men between the ages of 20 and 45 Our exclusive new Phis com-bines the low cost advantage! of Tenn insurance with the cash values and paid-up insurance advantages of Ordinary Ufa- If yuqVe a man ready to talk about the fixture yon should know more aboutTFlusL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS top two quarterbacks Chuck Roper and Mike Farmer still ore running even-up and Coach Dan Devine says all right with him not going to be concerned if we have a No 1 Devine said not a hangup with Films of Saturday's scrimmage Devine said show that the hitting was up to par but the throwing was not the defensive line was below par and the secradary needs experience Nebraskas Coach Bob Devaney said scrimmage proved that Johnny Rodgers deserved the No 1 wingback or flanker Job Rodgers ran a kick back 92 yards for a touchdown and made a diving catch of a 50-yard pass Coach Floyd Gass of Oklahoma State studying grade sheets of the Saturday scrimmage said was a little disappointed in our offense but I think that was due to the spirited play of our defensive Flaying In the secondary were halfbacks John Gates and Tom Carraway and safeties David Davis and Lee Stover i Chuck Fairbanks Oklahoma coach said the Soooers offense looked good and the blocking was coifing along He stressed fundamentals in two practice sessions A beat wave continued to plague Kansas and Kansas State both drilling once a day "It was hot and the hottest day had" said Coach Vince Gibson at K-State The quarterback -lynd Dickey took it easy on See Al Pimper Because SMUMDimr ON ALL REMAINING 1970 MODELS IM WAIT BUY NOW CHOOSE FROM A GOOD SELECTION OF COLORS AND MODELS AT YEAR-END SAVINGS The 71 models may not carry the 5-year50J)00 mile warranty -THE 1970 MODELS DO HAVE THIS WARRANTY Straight on die rocks or as you like it -7 Crown invariably delivers good taste Day after day Year after year Bottle after bottle Sayfrasrsunb 7 Crown Harriss Agent Let me help yon plan for the future now no obligation James Imig Supervisor Donald Vodehnal Agent Wes Sohl General Agency Parkview Professional Center 1835 Military Fremont Nebraska 4 Kitchen Cabinets -Vanities FREI ESTIMATES EXPECT MSTAUATION 0 J- Topo Inc You Save The Price Increase! The 71 models could increase as much as $150 What better reason to buy a 70? feAti'iWBrMTORS cNirsux Plymouth imperial North 7314MS 17MNMT Setrui DbtilIcvCoin)uy( New York CUySkndedWhitkey 86 PtooF 65S GraiANcutral Spirits 337 721-2200 4 A tr.

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 300+ newspapers from the 1700's - 2000's
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the Fremont Tribune
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

About Fremont Tribune Archive

Pages Available:
Years Available: