Sport: Upsets & Downset

Most stimulating prospect afforded by early season football is the possibility of an upset. Most stimulating game on last week's schedule—between Minnesota, and Nebraska—was one in which an upset was inevitable. Minnesota, which had lost only one game (to Northwestern in the mud last year) since 1932, was being touted as the most highly regarded team in the U. S. But Major Lawrence ("Biff") Jones was making his debut as Nebraska's coach, and Major Jones had never in his coaching career lost an opening game.

Last week's 36,000 spectators gasped when flashy...

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