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Friday, December I, 1950
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Saturday in Opener
An untried band of Cornhusker
cagers journey to Minneapolis to
open their 1950-51 season Satur
night against a supposedly
powerful Minnesota outfit. The
Golden Gophers will be seeking
their eleventh straight win from
Nebraska when Coach Harry
Good's boys take the floor.
The Cornhuskers, co-champions
of the Big Seven conference
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JIM BUCHANAN . . . one of the returning lettermen, will lead
the Cornhusker basketballers in their first attempt in the 1950-51
season against the Minnesota Gophers at Minneapolis Saturday
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Cops
All-U Swim Title; Peters Star
Sigma Alpha Epsilon yester
day splashed its way to the !S50
Intramural Swimming till", with
standing a belated bid b? Phi
Kappa Psi to win by jeven points.
Bob Peters of Beta Sigma Psi
vas the individual standout, win
ning the 100 yard breat stroke,
the 100 yard back stroke, and
finishing second in the 75 yard
Individual medley for a total of
The Sig Alph total was 37, the
Phi Psi's 30. Beta Theta Pi rang
up a total of 26 points to finish
third. Independent swimmers ac
counted for 22 points, but their
score did not count in the final
Alpha Tau Omega and Beta
Sigma Psi are deadlocked in
fourth place, each team amassing
19 points. However, Peters col
lected all of the Beta Sigs points.
The Sigma Nu's were close be
hind, collecting 18 points, fol
lowed by Sigma Chi with 16,
Delta Tau Delta with 13. pelta
Upsilon with 12, Phi Gamma
Delta with 7, and Phi Delta Theta
Phi Psi's hopes for third place
in the meet received a severe jolt
when their team was disqualified
in the 220 yard relay because of
an infraction of the rules.
Gene Cotter. ATO, led the way
in the first event to be completed,
the diving competition, running
up a total of 44 points as com
pared to 38 points by runner-up
Bib Ficke of Delta Tau Delta.
Gardner Johnson, aalso of Delta
Tau Delta, copped third with 32
points. Bob Norton. Independent,
earned fourth place with 29
points. Trailing the leaders were
Jim Munger, Phi Delt. with 28
points; Jim Norton SAE, with 24
points; and Dick Russell, Phi
Delt, with 22 counters.
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the last two years, have only
three lettermen left over from
their 1949-50 squad.
The returning letter winners
are Bob Pierce, six foot, six inch
center who played most of the
year at forward last year; Jim
Buchanan, sharp-shooting guard;
and Norm "Buckets" Wilnes. six
foot, two inch forward. Darrell
Brandenburg is the only other
The Sigma Nu team of Rich
aroson, Dallam, and Henderson,
ch'jrned to victory in the 1950
medley relay, overcoming the lead
of second-place Phi Psi. The Sig
Alphs finished third, followed by
Beta Theta Pi. The winning time
Smith-stroking John Meyers of
Sigma Alpha Epsilon splashed to
victory in the 220 yard free style,
winning easily over Hank Barten
bach of Alpha Tau Omega. ATO
gene Everette finished third, with
Jack Sonaonson. Sig Alph, com
ing in fourth. Meyer's time was
Jim Wamsby, Phi Gamma
Delta, won his pet event, the 50
yard free styles, in 27.3 seconds.
Jack Greer, Beta, finished sec
ond in a photo finish. Gardner
Johnson, Delt and Bill Donahoe,
Sigma Chi, were third and fourth,
Bob Peters churned the 100
yard breast stroke in 1:21.9 to
win that event for Beta Sigma
Psi. Keith Kovanda. DU, bested
Sandciy Crawford. Phi Psi, for
second. Clement Hufman, Ind..
came in fourth.
Peter's winning time in the 100
yard back stroke was 1:21.5. He
finished five yards ahead of
Frank Kinzie. Sig Alph.
Kovanda gained revenge for
his loss in the breast stroke by
decisively beating Peters in the
75 yard individual medley. His
time was 52.1 seconds.
Walt Christiansen, Indepen
dent, edited Jack Greer. Beta, in
a tthrilling 100 yard free style
race, Christiansen winning by
two feet. His time was 1:05.2.
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returning squadman from last
Load on Sophomores
To fill the shoes of ten regu
lars and three starters gone this
year, Coach Good will have to
rely upon untried sophomores and
inexperienced H :tam members.
This means the entire Husker
outfit is undergoing a rebuilding
process. Currently, besides the
lack of experience, the lack of
height is also hampering Coach
Good in his chore.
Minnesota will not lack any
height in their opener. The Go
phers have three huge sopho
mores pressing the five seasoned
starters. The trio of sophomore
hotshots are John Wallerius, Dave
Weiss and Bob Wello.
Meyer "Whitey" Skoog, one of
the Big Ten's leading scorers last
season, will be on hand to trouble
the Huskers again. As a sopho
more two years ago, Skoog
pumped in 17 points against the
Teaming with Skoog at forward
is Dick Means. Maynard John
son will be at center and Roger
Schnobrich and Art Anderson
will start at the guard positions.
Coach Good has tentatively
picked the following starting
lineup: Forwards Norm Wilnes
and Bernie Akromis, Center
Bob Pierce, and Guards Jim
Buchanan and either Subby
Ruma or Joe Good.
Preseason dopesters are taking
Minnesota as one of the top three
teams in the Big Ten conference
along with Iowa and Illinois. Ne
braska last defeated the Gophers
in 1936 at that by a 29-24 tally.
The Huskers won at Minneapolis
in 1935 by a 41-24 score.
Norm Wilnes ....F Meyer Skooc
Bernie Akromis ..F Dick Meant
Bob Pierce C... Maynard Johnson
Jim Buchanan .. .O.. .Roger Schnobrich
Joe Good or G
As 8 Remain
Eight players will vie for the
All-University Table Tennis
championship Friday beginning
at 4 p. m. in the Union ballroom.
The winner of the tourney will
carry away a trophy and the run-ners-up
will receive medals prov
ing their prowess with a paddle.
,The finals depart from the
straight single elimination type
of play that has been featured
in the past four weeks of compe
tition to make way for round
robin play. Each player will play
one match against every other
player, a match consisting of the
best two out of three games. The
individual rounding out the
round-robin play with the high
est percentage will be declared
Holding the finals in the ball
room gives the players more
room in which to maneuver and
affords the spectators an oppor
tunity to witness the play. Four
tables will be occupied through
out the tourney in order to keep
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Jack Cohen .67S , Miami K St. Bay. Ga. Tul. Mji?!8 Army N. D. SMU. N.C.
Bill Mundell .669 Miami Wich. Bay. Ga Tul. Miss. St. Navy N.D. TIE N.C.
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H)ickFord .631 Miami KSt. Elay. Ga. Tul. Miss. St. Army N. D. SMU. N.C.
Jerry Warren .631 Miami Wich. Bay. Ga. Tul. Miss. St. Army USC. SMU. Va.
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CosmoUnaf filiated Champs;
SAE Fraternity Champions
The Cosmospolitan Club and
Sigma Alpha Epsilon roared into
the finals of the All-University
Volleyball playoffs Wednesday
night by sweeping two straight
games from their semi-final
The Cosmo Club kept its rec
ord perfect by copping two from
the Denominational champion
Lutheran Student Association by
scores of 15-8 and 15-3. With
this win the Cosmos aWed an
other crown to their already won
Independent title, that of the
The Lutherans, playing with
only five men, gave the highly
ing Cosmos a battle in the first
game before tiring. The second
game was just a question of how
fast the Cosmopolitans wanted to
go home. The victors now have
a string of 26 straight victories.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon had a
little rougher battle of it from
Delta Upsilon. The SAE's won
the first gaiflfe by a 15-12 score.
The DlPs faded under the spik
ing of the winners in the second
game and that score wound up
Both the DlPs and SAE's were
league I teams in the fraternity
division and oddly enough, the
the play moving and the action
Pre-finals play has found the
favored players taking a beating
from such men as Jack Cohen
and Bill Pratt. Cohen defeated
defending champion Eddie Sar
kissian and now reigns as favor
ite in the finals. Pratt triumphed
over Carl Fahrenbach for the
No matter who wins in the
long run, the tournament should
be very interesting to all and a
lot of fun, so remember the
time: 4 p. m. today in the Union
MAIN FEATURES START
LINCOLN: "Let's Dance," 1:39.
4.13. 6:47. 9:21.
STUART: "Tripoli," 1:17. 3:21.
:23, 7:28, 9:33.
NEBRASKA: "King Solomon's
Mines," 1:21, 3:27, 5:31, 7:38, 9:42.
t-AFITOL: "Union Station,''
3:04, 6:31, 9:55. "Life of Her
Own," 1:08, 4:35, 8:02.
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Delta Upsilon boys finished the
round robin play on top of the
league while the Sig Alphs just
made the playoffs. But they came
through when it counted to walk
off with the fraternity trophy as
1950 fraternity champs.
The All-University finals be
tween Cosmo Club and the Sig
Alphs will be held at 5 p.m.
Friday at the Physical Education
Tonight 8:38 P. M.
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