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May Be Wrong By Don Forsythe Jourml Sports Editor The ratings game is heating up with Ohio State losing giound in the most recent wire service polls. A column last week by John Hall in the Los Angeles Times indicates that Nebraska has convinced a few folks of its right to the label of No. in the Hall wrote week Nebraska keeps getting only one first place vote in the Associated Press football rankings based, as you must know, on the ballots of sports editors and sportscasters across the country. would naturally assume that lone irsl place vote was coming from Lincoln or maybe Omaha or maybe even North Platte. But one would be assuming I I Atlanta, Furman Bisher, sports editor of the Atlanta Journal and one of college foremost c.xperts, openly confessed he's the man been regularly tabbing Nebraska No.
1. obviously is a southern gentleman all the way, and, more to the point than that, a gentleman who knows what talking about. 6-0-1 mark, blemished only by the 21-21 tie with USC in a Coliseum clash the Huskers really should have won, has been recorded against sterner stuff than has faced one-two Texas and Ohio State, the celebrated big bullies who have been beating up all the neighborhood weaklings. short. with Furman.
My top lU after seven weeks: Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Stanford, Air Force, Tennessee, San Diego State, Michigan, Texas, No llonir Slate iMivorilisrn Notes and quotes collected while the fact the Cornhuskcrs will have to impress a lot of outsiders to move up in the poll. Jlicre are no Nebraska representatives on the AP board this year. The UP! coaches board should give the Cornhuskcrs a better shake with Bob Devaney, Dan Devine, Chuck bairbanks, Pepper Rodgers and Eddie Crowder from the Big bJght among the 3.5 coaches selecting the top freshman football learn will be faced with some tough defensive assignments the next couple of weeks if it is to remain unbeaten. The first one comes Friday in in attempting to halt Iowa Moses, one of the most publicized prep athletes in the nation last year and one whom the Cornhuskers tried hard to recruit, second is Isaac Jackson from Kansas State, who rushed for 228 yards in 39 carries against Missouri last week and drew the compliment going to be a super from K-State head coach Vince Cibson. Ohio Hayes on high school coaching: of the true anomalies in the high school coaching profession IS the fact that the coach receives a small percentage of his salary for coaching and the large per cent of it for hi.s classroom leaching and other duties.
However, he will rarely be di.smissed for his failure as a classnMnn Indies I llli aiid r.liinhin^ Nebraska split end Guy Ingles bypassed five players on the Big all-time list of pass catchers when he hiked his career receiving total to 1.129 yards at Colorado Saturday. He now rank.s No. 14 and is within 116 yards of entering the top ten. Missouri coach Dan Devine politely turned down a lot of requests to compare Nebraska, Notre Dame and Kansas State after his Tigers lost to K-Stale last weekend. But he did say that Big Eight is the toughest league in the nation.
If leading the Big Eight in defense, you can play Kansas State leads the Big Eight in total defense but No. 2 Nebraska gained last week when it gave up 337 yards to Colorado while K-State allowed Missouri .361 Yards. 'I'hree of the four ABC-TV games for Nov. 14 have been selected. They include Ohio Statc-Purdue, Georgia- Auburn and Utah-Ai'izona State.
The Nebraska-Kansas State game would have been a natural, but was removed from following the ban on Kansas State TV participation. Amateur Entries Near 300 A big jump in the number of amateur entries in the week for the Lincoln PBA Open Pro-Am to be held Friday at Hollywood Bowl is pushing the number near the 300 mark. With a couple of more days to go for accepting amateur entries, the number now stands at 264 amateurs who il 1 bowl with professional partners Friday in quest of the $1,000 first prize from the $7,500 prize fund. All prize money goes to the amateurs with the pros beginning to vie for prize money Saturday in the $32,000 pro portion of the tourney that winds up Monday night. Amateurs may still enter the pro-am by paying the $50 entry fee.
OUT-OF-TOWN Joan Fremont; Ronald Rueter, Nebraska City; Jerry Davis, Nebraska City; Virg Miller, Nebraska City; Elmer Krebs, Nebraska City; Deb King, Atlantic, Iowa; Steve Dahlberg, Omaba; Vern Hasty, Kearney; Larry Kramer, Aurora; Gary Bills, Aurora; Woodruff, Omaha; Repine, Omaha; 2 from ABC Bowl in Norfolk; Ken Graham, Millard; Doug Osborne, Omaha; Rose Ruffino, Omaha; Ray Wlnkleman, York; i James Rood, Omaha; Bill Kirschenbaum, Omaha; Cecil Delgado, Omaha; Donnie Meyers, Beatrice; Sprlggler, Beatrice; Ed Bartels, Beatrice; A1 Jones, Fairbury; Paul Davidson, Fairbury; Jerry Wasserman, Omaha; Ralph Rogers, Nebraska City; Joe Fitzekam, Nebraska City; Helen Clark, Beatrice; Harold Kru- iland, Columbus; Dale Rurup, Columbus; Jo Sokol, Columbus; M. Ransom, Columbus; G. David Shoffer, Columbus; R. Morgan, Columbus; Guy Anderson, Columbus; Ann Wozrvy, Columbus; Stan Gottschalk, Columbus; Francis Carlson, Columbus; Thayne Whitcomb, Columbus; Gary Soullire, Columbus; Sheila Stone, Columbus; Dan Buqgie, Columbus; Leo Bunton, Wilber; Ed Mundil, Wilber; Elmer Jahnke, Wilber; Ernie Zoubek, Wilber; Tom Houser, Wilber; Jan Mundil, Wilber; Joan Bunton, Wilber. LINCOLN Vesta Spears, Sue Teeter.
Torn Sloan, Lillian Rodell, Sharon Wulf, Wesley Goings, Uwe Frankie, Gene Fleming, Dick Kessler, Dwight Livingston, Adolph Dinges, Vi Way, Ed Schwartz, Hattie McMahan, LeRoy Hergenrader, Robert GuHikson, Hersteln, Marilyn Swope, Kathy Thompson, Jan Cradick, Chesley Johnson, Palsy Schilke, Janice Johanson, Don Harvey, William Pearson, Jay Albert, Yvonne Pettit, Leo Lindner, Ruby Dill, Randall Porstche, Stan Dinges, Don West, Don Wendelin, Del Adams, Gene Peaks, Larry Schleiger, Brad Harman, Babe Miller, Dan Massa, Bill Verhoeff, Mike Washburn, Hody Wiese, Jim Lancaster, Steve Markle, Walt Johnson, Ben Propp, Red Smith, Gene Boles. Frank Schmal, Lil Albert, Dee Pettigrew, Barb Cronin, Arie Verbeek, Marge Propp, Orinda Link, Dag Warren, Adeline Johnson, Dick Moberly, Don Leising, Susie Elliott, Phil Adlemann, Jean Kohlman, Herman Sorenson, Ron Melichd'. Bpttmg Off Westbury, X.V. '3 The. sixth race at Roosevelt Raceway Tuesday night became a non-betting affair after three horses were became of evidence they have been tranquilized.
pre-race examination of the horses entered revealed evidence that some may have been said a statement from the New York Harness Racing Commission which ordered the elimination of wagering on the race, a mile pace. Faiiigiia May jaiii liuii ans Omaha Head football i 0 a Caniglia of the! University of Nebraska at! Omaha continued in good con-1 dition at Bergan-Mercy Hospital 'luesday following a heart attack during halftime of the UNO-Emporia State game last Saturday. UNO won the game, 35-21. A hospital spokesman said tests indicate some heart irregularities, but not of a serious natiu'e. Barring further complications, Caniglia is expected to be released from the hospital 'I'hursday and rejoin the team for its game against Pittsburgh State Saturday in Kansas.
Yolkin To Aiiain Omaha Virgil Yclkin, long-time baseball coach at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, will resume his coaching duties next spring. Yelkin was stricken by a kidney ailment in October of last year. His place was taken by Carl Meyers, assistant footbail and tennis coach. Yelkin was named N.AIA Coach of the Year in 1962 and has coached tw'o U.S. teams in international competition.
Nov. 4, Wilis London tT Mark Rowe, 160, former British bantamweighi champion, defeated Danny Perez. J55' i. of Brooklyn. N.Y.
when the referee halted the 10- round middleweight bout in the fourth lound Tuesday night. Feature Rates Eincoln Fvening Journal Nebraska State TotM'nal IVuirnev Sii 23-27 The Lincoln Central YMCA and (trade School, will be conducting an Early Entry forms can be picked up Bird Basketball Tournament from Bob Cappel, assistant Nov. 23-27 with four classes: physical director, Lincoln Cen- high school; Jr. High tral YMCA, 210 No. 13th.
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