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Hawaii, Minus Quarterback, Ready to Test NU Hospitality Rainbow Coach Says Squad ^Much Better Thun Last Year^ By PICK BECKER jMrsirf SipmU EMtor Ntbriska^t Cornhu^era, t h 0 most traveled of collegiate football teams last year with jaunts to Hawaii and Miami, take over the role of host Saturday to entertain the University of Hawaii at Main orial Stadium. This opener of the 195.S gridiron season for Coach Bill Glassford*s lads will certainly test the hospitality of the Huskers who are favored so heavily that no pc^t odds are being given wi the game. Probably the final score will be decided by Glassford who will be the only person able to make the cnaritable moves necessary to hold down the score. Kickdf time is 2. Mock SU'onger The Rainbows are expected to be much stronger than last year when they absorbed a S(M) lacing. Addition of Skippy Dyer, a fancy­ footed halfback, is supposed to give the Hawaiians a more potent attack. The Hawaiians will be without the services of first string quarterback Dick Hadama who suffered PAGE 17 LINCOLN 1, NEB., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1955—P.M. two broken fingers. His place will be taken by Fred Nagata, a sophomore. Coach Henry Vasconcellos says his club “is much better than last year.” “We learned a lot playing Nebraska last fall,” he said. Next Week • Nebraska, looking a bit past this game to next week’s rugged test i against Ohio State, will have a j hard time coming to a peak for the battle. ! ★ ★ ★ 20,000 Orchids For Lady Fans A flower for madame! There will be 20.000 Vanda orchids passed out to the ladws at the Hawaii-Nebraska football game Saturday at Memorial Stadium. The University of Nebraska Tassels will pass out the pc»eys which are the gift of the people of Hawaii and the Hawaii Visitors' Bureau. Glassford has indicated his main worry this fall will be over the depth of the squad. ............... The backfield has talent galore in Quarterback Don Erway, Halfbacks Willie Greenlaw and Rex Fischer and Fullback John Edwards. Bolstering this group since his return from the Army is George Cifra, a two-year letterman at fullback. Sophomores But in the line Glassf(n*d will station some strangers to collegiate' activity. The ends are LeRoy Butherus and J(m McWilliams, both veterans. Tackles will be * sophomore Don Rhoda of York, a big but green hand and junior LaVerne Torczon, shifted over from center chores last year. Guards will be Jim Murphy, a junior who saw a great deal of service last fall, and sophomore Dom Kampe of Red Oak, la. At center will be Bob Berg jin, junior who picked up a year’s experience last fall. Ahnriage The Huskers have been bothered by an acute depth problem at the halfback spot during fall camp but that situation appears to be somewhat relieved now. At last report, only two will miss the Hawaii game, Frank Nappi and Leo Scherer. Nappi suffered a fractured foot bone injury last week and will be (Hit of action for four weeks while Scherer has been bothered by a troublesome tooth. If last week’s intra-squad sciim- mage indicated anything. It revealed a Cornh'isker team with a much more p(Hent air attack than the Rainbows faced last year. Ekjth Erway and Harsh man were able to connect with a fleet of receivers. The end corps, under the direction of John Kovatch, formerly at Northwestern, was bolstered this week with the return of George Mink, a letterman in 1952. Mink, an Omaha Benson grad, has not received his separation papers from the Army yet and. in onier to, get them, will most likely have to return to California next week. The Naval Cadets drill team from Pensacola will ^ntertain at halftime. i — ! I’enka mri i F*f 1ÎW» : shiAuni 1*<1 j An?mW 1%.', ! I.««nui ¿2' i Nacata 170 1 T)>. f H'- FrelU» l«5 l»n, _ \*rhfa<(l(a I.E IM llata«nii 1. r 20 ’ TofcifW I.fJ is« Kamne <■ l«s npftiHn no m Mamhjr nr .’.’O Rhoda f»; 17« >lcWjlltam« Q 1 101 Erwa? II i«0 riachpf TM m Crwilaw FH IHS Ed»ardt Utferri. Mike Oherhelmen. j K.<nM4 Slat., umpire. Dick Sklar. Kansas, lint «man, J Earl fkhlupp. Colorado; I lif'd ludic. Gerry Roaenbener. Momlna- ude Hawaii Center James Shiznni receives Ice cream welcome from Betty Joy. Cleveland Has ‘Edge,’ Needs 8 Straight Wins For Tie in AL While—and IF—Yanks Win 10 By ED WILK.S The Associated Prem with Washington, the club “that’s kept us up there,’’ says Manager next week and they have only one. j plete games from his staff for the' lost its fifth straight, the Dcxigers’ “We can rotate three pitchers | first time this season, has added Icmgest slump of the year. It was So now the American League Casey Stengel, by taking 13 of 22 and they’re going to have to use another National League sleeper a 3-2 decision in 12 innings at St. thriller comes to this: Cleveland Cleveland. four of five starters, especially in! for the payoff run. He picked up j Louis as Brooklyn ended its last has eight games to play New York Last Home Games I ^ast weekend in Boston. ’They Gerry Staley, a 35-year-old right-! western trip of the year. 10. Both have to win ’em all. i Friday night’s games,»each <^n-' have four games in the last three | hander, from Cincinnati just as he i Stan Musiai and Rip Repulski, If they do. it’s a tie. ing three-game scries, sUrt the days- -------- • * •• w««» — —W — { — - —----------- r g- T m I acquired Johnny Sam’s help in the' with back-to-back homers off rook- ’51 pennant victory. | ie Sandy Koufax in the third, Only (Hie game was scheduled in pulled the NL even with its own the majors Thursday and Br<x)k-; maj(H’ league home run record of THEY’LL LEAD SOUTHEAST ROOTERS-Cheerleaders at the new Southeast High School are (from leftl Katherir» Hess, Janelle Jackson, Colleen EUi(Ht, Nancy Beall and Ja>me Westerhoff. UlUiamson System 8 Major G>IIege Games Fall in Toss-up Class By MITCH W1LLLAMSON The 1%5 opening week i* certainly unusual in that no less than eight major college games fall in the toss-up class with not more than (Hie touchdown expected to •eparate the winner from the loser. In fact two coloesuses will strug tional championship. Miami is very slightly favored. Three contests figured at even feature Texas over Texas Tech, Pittsburph over CaBlornia and Florida over North Carolina State. Other close games inclode Florida over Mutsissippi State. Missis- (Ie before the TV r.mer.. next^f'PP; G«rgi. Kan*« State , . . , ■ L lU vnminiy lTt«n Or^ Saturday m a cixitest w’hich may have a strcmg bearing on the na- Grid Scores nthtW. WIGR SCIHkOlil Ctmakm Smmn SI (»Mto M. • t «km It Bmwn 11 SrattMi t’«t«« 1i Slatt« IS NallirMfc 11 WitoMTlMr it SH HMW 9 • 14 ArvmMg 1« Twtm n .N«HI i L*m« St C l.nrt«« IS artéemwl • \ 9r^mn 4« l l«ar««tw • HTATK 4 OI.I.KGF Monmintt« 3» Stbrarfm ? n»«« It .... MMIaml 7 JC It BMttM» ft r«ni 14 C«M«rtla • OntKS COLLEGE Utittam C«r«y 33 Mlllam« • out« U. 4 Ta«MI«t««r« • PKOFEtiaiOSSL EXHIBITION 14 ........ BtmnM 21 besting Wyoming, Utah over Oregon, VPl turmng Wake Forest, and Washington a little stronger than Idaho. WXrUiHhrWH: T»«ai hi Hr«« (MO h «4rkMl to 0M triWti—■ *r»- Nrw ladi Standings AMKRICAX EF.iGrK W L r«L Ait The Indians and Yankees start Yanks and Indians on their last • “We’ve won two more than the the final run for the money tonight home stands. They wind up on the Yankees and they've got to catch all even on the “lost" side. Each road next week. up Maybe it won't be easy." has dropped 56, and Cleveland’s On the face of it, Cleveland has Bostcm Manager Pinky Higgins ^y*^* National League champ, 1,197 set in 19.53. (Hie-game edge over New York the edge. No matter who you play,, promised it won’t “be easy." ccmes from the fact the Tribe has it’s easier to win eight straight than 1 Knowing his Red Sox are out of played two more and has won two 10 By sweeping the eight, Cleve- it. Pinky said. “We’ll be up for more. land can be assured of nothing the Yankees. We like nothing bet- Cleveland is at home to Detroit worse than a deadlock. Any New ter than to beat them.” Friday night. The Tribe plays six York loss means Cleveland need Steagel WblmskM Stengel was more whimsical going into the showdown. “I’ve been of its final games with the Tigers, two with the still-hopeful Chicago White Sox. New York plays Boston at Yankee Sta(iium. The Yanks have seven left with the Red Sox, three .’in one less. Cleveland Manager Al Lopez, in Sports Slate Friday reading for two weeks how them enee in games remaining will decide it. “We have eight and they have 10. We have two days off GB CB» n 7* •I SI 47 S« .411 •A .SM 4 •S JMI» 7 • 73 .4t: ITH »4 481 t*H •1 AS9 37 tS Ml 41 RnmAty« K.%T10X.%I* I.FA(;VE W i. P«. »3 «I GB S2 .«41 «5 „ViS 17*« Harvie Ward Still Expected To Win i/.S. Amateur Tilt RICHMOND, Va. (UP)—Defer- dent from Memphis, Tenn., shot two fellas (Lopez and White Sox boss Marty Marion) have been claiming the pennant. I’m surprised neither has won it yet. Maybe they don’t want it and maybe we’ll win it ourselves ’’ Marion, four games back with eight left, simply stated a fact: “We’re still in it until we’re mathematically eliminated.” Lcpez and Stengel both have Local Football — Lincoln High v. North Platte, 22nd and J, 7:30 p.m.; Cathedral v. G.I. St. Mary’s, Wesleyan Stadium, 53rd and Huntington. 8 p.m.; Ncwth- east at Grand Island; Southeast at Hastings. Saturday Local FeotbaU—Hawaii at Nebraska, 2 p.m. SUte Horse Racing—Alliance. >?** .......... :• li* ••>*< ; mkied Harvie Ward, the favorite, ! «4 »he hnite«t rntmri« rJ theil^^^r big guys ready—Lopez with < 78 7 « it«« 88»i faced Bill Booe aixi Billy Hynd- * vk j . w v. ^ Early Wynn (16-10). Mike Garcia: lowa State Teaill ’In Goo^ Shape’ ( Sira I.<w4« PitoOwtt «« •3 41 n8 •7 .473 84»* .434 3« AM 44»* Thur»day's Results WFATERN LK%(.l’K PL%%OIF WtHili» S. liea I (WicMW li Mal-«(-(Ht flMi (»»iM. 8.At. NATIONAL LEAGl’E at. t.«Bt 3. BreMb* 2 (12 toatMO. OM» OHM AWERK AX IRACLB ^61 0MR9 BCiMlihdkNl __ * AMERICAN AWtbclATION PLAYOFF Hm WINNER. Ii to Mm A« HOME f E Om«Ii« 4 iWimitoMs teatto back Ed Hopkins of Abilene, Texas. Hyndman is a 39-year-old insurance br(^er from Philadel- 0« rwl««Mi I* alamtl <*> i* LOSER B «M S mm I« mi . FrMto. Met. 10 (rtMO ifett HCC Sweepstakes Pairings Set Hillcrest C(Hmtry Club Grand Sweepstakes pairings were announced Friday by Pro Bunny Richards. First round firing will be Sunday* with the final two rounds scheduled Sept. 24 and 25. Ray Becker is defending champion. The pairings: 7 34—Judee Ham SiWf»c»f, Ken Ix^an. Jpfin Strau« 7,42—C’lvde Cewna. Bemke Andrrarwi. Chan Tymll. 7 .■»«—Bill Scheetjr, Haxold NtwHi. Flowi 4ie4*h«o R f»:i—Paul Sifin. Duane Holman g;24—Ctrl Hudaon, Chic Da« ley. Belt Ehrmann. 8 45—Bud Sttslty. Gene Murray, H, E. S«edhur«. 8.,52—Geo. Alhin. Emil F rank. Bob Lttfidetren. Dale Wiabcv. *:»l —Rod Wtdbel. Wok CuWylaon. 9:04—Glenn YnuMi. Bob Teaadale, John Reinhardt 9:13—Dr. R P. Marahall. Frecmaa Everett, Don Ktevit 9;:i4—D<m Albm, Tom HarrUon, GU Dktcmeyer. 10:02—Er* Plock. AUec Stephan, Max Groseban« 10:09—Earl Macoy. Sit North. Cknld Christoffenoo. 10:18—Peter Maya. Herb Willey. Joe '^**10^—W’all Madden. Wally Knievel. Joe Johnaon. _ 10:30—Earl Vermaai, T<H»y JewctL 10:37—Ray Becker. Don Schoen. Bert Etan. 10:42—Dr. Fred Davie, Bob Powell. E. R. Jortenaoo. ^ ^ 11:03—RoUie Bailey, A1 Stroll, OUle Jdacee. 12:33—J, W. Ripley, LeonanI Davey, Howard Linch. . . . 12:40—Dick Spomer. Jack McCuiatioa, Bill Jennin«». .... „ _ . 12:47—Judte Paul White, Geo. Parley. John Herrod. ^ 1:01—WhiUe Reed, Gene Chadwell. Ed Smith. El Dorado Fullcfion Graceland N W Okla Kmporia Ccd. Kearney Dtwne Drake I (T-A S»% Joae Arlrona Arkanvaa Baylor CtenMon Florida State Fliwida Miami Fla. Mtatmnpp; Hooaton Denver Kanaan Stato Kentucky Maryland Netoraafca New Meik* Ore State Plitaburah So Calif. V. So. CaiifocBia Stanford TCXi 71 5 71 0 41’ O 4«* t* 7h O 74,a 71 0 Tea SB (I m 5 5B0Í 7;v(i *2.a 9,10 94 O 95 0 fClO ata ÎM 0 MO 900 94 0 •Fatrtmrv San Dieao JC 70 0 ' HichUmd. Kan • Bethany. Kan NVarrenyhwrf McPheracMi •Maryville. Mo 71 0 DaA State 75 0 Teiaa 4AM 930 •rían StaU 45 5 IT ('o'lo A A M as 0 Talaa 89 0 heto-ef-*even final aerie*. lAl. INTERNATIONAL LEAGI'K PI.AYOFF Rnchealcf 14. Taeaaie I« (Rachealat laaé» I toi4.wf.wten final wrtr*. I-< 11 . «...ntiBX THKKN A9ÍMK IATION PLAHiFP ' MahU* 4. BirwHniiww 3 (MaMc laad* bc*|. «(•*r»ra naat terkv. f.tii. i FAHIBITKlN WmtttHmtvm <Ai ». PMladctohèa (N> • «eddied, a toaiaett. Friday’» Games NATIO.NAL I.KACtK New A arti at Brawhlm (aiidM)—Haan (14-141 va. Laet (lti-4). h(. Iwata at Mttwanka« oMhlt—Imw- Hard StmmoM 84 0 ! Tfvaa Tutana I'tah VPl Waahinatnn Weo Trxaa WieliUa Aumiaiana SD Bethel. Kan, r. Girardeau S, D. Minea W*e*tmar Mc5!iirry Mankato Pfpoerdina Macalestcr Luther Pittdywra St Omaha l*i»*hyten*n N Car Stau Mina. Stato •Ga Tech •Georma Montana 920 »Iowa Stato 92.5 Wvomln» 9.5 (» »LSU 960 •Mtoottr! 92.0 Hawaii 84 0 N M. ASM 88.0 Brl«. Tount 930 California 960 W'aah Stato 93.5 W’offord 93.0 Pacific Ct*. ass Kanaas fkS 0 Tf *aa Tech 92 0 VMI 92 0 OretoB aiS Wake Forert 92 0 Idaho P6.0 Corpua Chr. K.a Tenito Stato 67 O Buena Visto 62 O Slerlina 75.(1 Southern IH. 75 0 »Chadron St. 63 0 *Dak Wealeyan 59.0 S6 5 »Ga» Adolphua 79.0 67.0 •Huron «6.0 78.0 •Idaho Slate 77.0 70.0 «Lake Forwt 69.0 73.0 Simpacm 77 5 *Mo. Mfatet tS.0 Emporia SL 51.0 900 •3.5 9B0 94 5 81 O 90.0 91.5 93 0 92.0 86.0 760 85.0 9.3.0 93 0 83 0 920 90.0 95 0 m.9 90.0 93.0 91 0 71 O 88 0 64.0 61 0 74.0 56.0 59.0 73 5 73.0 hmm PM (lO-e) va. Raheit» (2S-12L Only annw« arhetMlad. AMERICAN LRAGEE Detrtol at ClevataMl (toaho—Hocfl (If. 71 va. W'yM (la-iai. Bwaton at New Tart; flMH) ■■itlyi (18-121 va. Ford (17-7». (Mo«« at gftoi (ley tolaitl liMwaa (7-Si va. ReBnat (14-81 W aaktototn at RaMaaoee (2-, tn1 nkihll Ahatnaihi (4-7> wmI Ctarfc« ( 0 >«) va. Daatd (8-tt) and Brown II-4J. Saturday’» Games AMERICAN LE.%GVE CMcnna at Raroaa (Xly, a p.ak DtoroB at Ctevtonnd. aoan. Waahtotwan at BMtlnmf«. mmm . Rortan at New A'oth. noon. NATIONAL LF.AGIXI New Bnrti m Rrtmklyn. noon. 8t. ImmU m MBwankee, laa p.«, nmdmm at C'hteann. I2tia pjn. Only aamca aehtdaled. man opposed H.lIm.oRabbim Jr. Friday in the «mi finals of thea thrM-under-p,r 67 to turn U.S. Amateur Golf Championship. They were the only survivtM-s erf the field of 200 which teed oil in this six-day gruelling grind of match play on M(mday. Only one of them, Wird, was among those who was given a good chance to win the title when play started and tiie beUing was that the former British champion would come through. The 29-year-old San Francisco automobile salesman figured to have an easy time against Booe, the former Yale football star who also is 29. Booe gained toe semifinals despite shooting a l2-over par 82 in the quarter • final matcb^ Thursday. Match A Tasaap The Hymiman > Rotoins match was regarded a toss-up although Robbins, a 23-year-(rfd college atu- (11-12) and Bob Lemon (18-8) and Case with Whitey Ford (17-7), Tommy Byrne (15-4) and Bob Turley (16-13). Thcyll probably go in that or- phia who was a aemi^ finalist inider, starting tonight, through Sunday. In return, Detroit has named Billy Hocft (16-7), Frank Lary this Uxirnament in 1953. Ward gained the aemi finals with an easy 6 to 4 victory over 19-yeRT-old Jimmy McCoy of Lake W(Hth. Fla., in toe quarter-finals after having disposed of Bob McCall, a Youngstown, Ohio, sporting gocxls salesman in the fifth rounij earler in the day, 3 and 2. Booe defeated Charley Kunkle, a 40-year-old wator w(M*ks company official from Johnston, Pa., 1 up in Thursday’s afternoon quarter-finals after Kunkle had eliminated British Amateur king Joe Conrad of San Antonio, Texas. 3 and 2. In the mtEning round Booe defeated Bill Wary an of Minneapolis, 5 and 4. (13-14) and Bob Miller (0-1). Boston has listed Frank Sullivan (1812), Tom Brewer (11-10) or George Susce (8-1) and Willard Nixon ( 12 8 ). Stengel, with four straight com- Pepper Will Be Cub Coaeh CHICAGO (UP)—Pepper Martin, one-time base-stealing stai- of the St. Louis Cardinals’ “Gas House Gang,” will be a coach on toe (Chicago Cubs next season. Martin is managing the Cubs’ farm team at Des Moines, la., in toe Western League, which ia now competing in the playoffs. Twirling Contest» Scheduled for Games A new twist will enliven the midget football games this fall, scheduled for 7 and 8:30 p.m. at the College View field. Baton twirling contests for junior girls will be held during halftime ALTirc T« in r/Na/«k v;«/.« ceremonies. At the eno of the sea- State charges to take things a little easy and prcHkounced the squad as in good shape as it will ever be for the opener against Denver Saturday. “X think the b(^s realize that the Denver game is one of the most important on our schedule,” the coach said. “I think we’re all set mentally.” be chosen. Micro-Midget Finale Tonight The final micro-midget racing program is scheduled fiH* t<might at 14th and Cornhusker Highway. Time trials will start at 7:») with races at 8. Winner of the governor’s cup will be decided tonight. Cheerleaders Are Picked at Northeast When Northeast challengM the Grand Island football team Friday night they will have plenty of backing, as a student tEwmbly Thursday picked By« cbeerleadera to cheer them to victmr. The cheerleacim are: Dooette Keys, junior; Myrna Martin, senior; Mary Lou Tangeman, junior; Marilyn Vogel, senior and Soiidra Whalen, amtior. The winners were picked from 12 finalists who were chosen at a preliminary ccoteat. 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