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    jMonday, December 4, 1950
Mttf sfxers Meet
Fecfsers Mere
Northwest Missouri Teachers
Invade the University Coliseum
tonight to help the Cornhusker
basketballers inaugurate their
1950-51 home cage season. The
Teachers will hope to avenge a
39-58 lacing they took from the
Cornhuskers a year ago in the
Coliseum.
The Huskers went, on from
that victory last year to wind up
the year with a total of 16 games
won against seven defeats and
also brought home a share of the
Big Seven championship for the
second year in a row.
It is supposed to be a vastly
different story this season, how
ever, according to pre-season
dopesters in general and Husker
Coach Harry Good in particular.
The Huskers, hard hit by gradu
ation, are supposed to finish be
hind Kansas and Kansas State
at best and maybe even trailing
Oklahoma and Missouri, too.
Currently, the Huskers are fa
vored to win but nine of their
scheduled 23 contests this season.
Numerical roster for the Husk
ers for their first home game is:
S Norman Wllnea, F 11 Paol Kipper. O
4 To Be Assigned It Bernle Akromls, F
5 Bob Pierce, C IS Jim Buchanan, G
Bob Merder, G 14 To Be Assigned
7 Joe Good, G IB Jessie Sell. F
8 Al Blessing, P 1 Jim Walsh, F
Jim Snyder, F IT Bod Ward, F
1 Snhhy Rama, O
It will be the second game of
the year for the Cornhuskers
rwho met the Gophers of Minne
sota at Minneapolis Saturday
I-M Basketball
Tuesday With
The biggest intramural event
of the winter season, 1950-51
basketball competition, will swing
into full gear Wednesday when
twelve cage teams begin play in
their quest of the All-University
championship.
The 1949-50 champ, Alpha Tau
Omega, was hard hit by gradua
tion last Spring, but is expected
to be in the thick of battle again
this year. Delta Tau Delta,
Sigma Phi Epsilon, and Phi Delta
Theta, all of whom fielded strong
teams last year, are going to be
considerably weakened by the
loss of key men. Out Ag College
way perennial contender Farm
House will again boast a potent
aggregation.
Powerful Sigma Gamma Epsi
lon has the same team returning
that lost to the Taus in the All
University finals last year and
should be a hot contender. An
other perennially tough outfit in
the Independents, the Lillies,
should field another challenger.
Two Denoms
Two potent Denominational
aggregations are returning prac
tically en masse. Defending
champ, Newman Club and runner-up
Lutheran Student Asso
ciation are all set to go. The
Catholics were fifth, in AU-Uni-versity
last year.
All-in-all the race for the All
University honors appears to be
a wide-open affair with many
upsets expected before the reg
ular season schedule of 459
games is completed.
This year all games will start
promptly at 5, 7, 8, and 9 p.ra,
with a Jew games scheduled for
Saturday during the month of
February. This will be necessary
in order to permit a double
round-robin schedule.
Games will be 40 minutes in
length during the 1950-51 season,
with one-minute rest between
quarters. There will be a fivc
mirjute rest between halves. Each
team w ill be allowed one time
cut per half.
No Ke-sehe&B-lutr
Two officials will be assigned
to each game. The competing
Navy Shocks
Army; Scores
14-2 Upset Win
Army played a college foot
ball team Saturday a&d saw
their cberifclied iStruiX of 28 vic
tories go up in smoke as insig
nificant Kavy tossed in one of
the h')&zett loolhall upwts of the
year and won 14-2. For the
Navy at was only the third win
oi l year, but tor the Army it
was the first defeat in over three
years,
Kavy was nuperb as it took
everyiit'mt .the over-raled Kay
Aets bad to olfer and then threw
a couple of Sunday punches of
their own. After the tame Navy
owned e v e r y t to i tut the first
Aowtm, the yardage, xA the
flame.
The Middies crammed all their
14 pojnts ixjio the uitxmA perotd.
Zasti'ow plowed through the cen
ter of the Lr.nr on a quarterback
tweak Kor tax yards tor the first
Kt'. With the txmveraoa, the
Navy Ifdl 7-411, hut Army ud
' HerHy caught fife.
A Elaik to FoMJxtj pa bet
ted the first Army furtt sLowji of
the gatr ttni Navy bad tbeur
back to tfwj walL Bui a terrific
Xiddie 1dtJeiww! fteppi the Kay
3ei colli as it j4 all afternoon
amd Navy tcJk over in the
a&adow of Sit f.ubl posts wjlhi the
jiuj7petM8 tetewt oi rmmasig the
clock out At least that" what
Array tliiitfM,
Instead, the Middies t oared
Lacik tip the field, ramonx their
pae wjUd end sweeps jmJ
Zas-U'cw's quartevtack tTeaks.
Wjib less thaw a trunule lemuaMJ- j
itst in the half XustetM fired a j
tuud'dowxi pati Tj.d with the j
pwiJl after twutdwx srn&Ay
Array we beteid -14- J
Navy a cam dwrjiinale4 Hie i
mcsfoa fcJf wi!Ub their Atlantic
thrc&UinjE the Kaydels, but good. I
Zsuirow was hit in tut own 1
ridl none toylnj U pans to the i
riw&ttO of the lUst bail for the!
t i'Sy Army points of the day.
The "J-trocious blat'k fcjwehts of i
Che f3.udtwj" several cturnt !
t :tw in the last quailr, but
Che Navy d-Jxu would asA. I
fjjve.
That was wavy ' way m aeu-,
tnf.aks are not o hod When
s-ou're Glaring weak taV.rs.
night after this paper went to
press.
Modern Nebraska basketball
scoring records that this year's
floormen will be shooting at are:
Total points scored three sea
sons Claude Retherford (1946
1949), 815 points.
Total points scored one season
Milt Whitehead (1949), 360
points.
Total points scored one game
Milt Whitehead (Against West
ern Reserve on Dec. 21, 1948 ),
27 points.
Field Goals scored one game
Milt Whitehead (Kansas on Jan.
10, 1950), 12 out of 17.
Free throws scored one game
Milt Whitehead (Against Iowa
State on Feb. 19, 1949), 10 out
of 10.
Total points scored regulation
game Vs. Western Reserve on
Dec. 21, 1948, 83 points.
Total points scored overtime
game Vs. Iowa State on Dec.
30, 1949, 85 points.
Field goals scored regulation
game Vs. Western Reserve on
Dec. 21, 1948, 34.
Free throws scored regulation
game Vs. Idaho on Dec. 23,
1949, 26.
Free throws attempted regula
tion game Vs. Idaho on Dec. 23,
1949, 42.
Personal fouls against, regula
tion game Vs. Colorado on Jan.
16, 1950, 34.
Gets Going
Six Contest
teams will provide the timers and
scorekeepers. Lineups must be in
the scorebook at least five min
utes before game time.
Postponed games will not be
re-scheduled unless the games
are postponed by the intramural
office and then only for un
avoidable conflicts.
The schedule for the first
week's play:
Wednesday, Dec.
7 p.m. Court I: Sigma Alpha
Epsilon vs. Sigma No; Court II:
Delta Upsilon vs. Kappa Sigma.
8 p.m. Court I: Phi Gamma
Delta vs. Beta Sigma Psi; Court
II: Delta Tau Delta vs. Sigma
Phi Epsilon.
9 p.m. Court I: Phi Delta
Theta vs. Alpha Tau Omega;
Court II: Alpha Gamma Rho vs.
Sigma Chi.
Thursday, Dec. 7
7 p.nu Court I: Beta Theta
Pi vs. Theta Xi; Court II: Sigma
Alpha Mb s. Zeta Beta Tan;
Court III: Delta Chi vs. Acacia;
Ag CoL Ag Y.MX.A. "A" vs.
Ag Y.M.C.A. B".
8 p.m. Court I: Farm Bouse
vs. Brown Palace; Court II:
Cornhusker Co-Op vs. Pioneer
Co-op; Court III: Theta Chi vs.
Norris House; Ag CoL Ag Men's
Social -A" vs. Ag Men's Social
9 p.m. Court I: Pi Kappa
Phi vs. Phi Kappa Psi: Court II:
Delta Sigma Phi vs. Tau Kappa
Epsilon; Court III: Sigma Alpha
Epsilon "fl" vs. Sigma Nu "B";
Ag CoL Vocational AgricuL vs.
Ag Extension Annex.
Pi Befo Phi
Stages Upset
Blasts Fijis
By Janie Randall
Blithely scampering across the
practice field for a 24- victory,
the Pi Phi's made good their
challenge to the Phi Cams
Thursday afternoon.
Despite those double-reverse,
quarterback sneak and "sleeper"
plays staged by their opposition,
the Pt Phis' -Bombshell" Betty
Lester and "Bunny Rabbit" Laz
ear, with their kicking, passing
and deceptive dodging, nimbly
by-passed the Phi Gams tor a
score in every quarter.
Pi Phi Betty Lester, a Grand
Island's Jerry Lee product, was
a menace with tier all around
booting, pitching and speed. She
dashed over for the first score
of the came.
Top scorer in the game.
"Bunny Rabbit" Lazear, sparkled
In her Song touchdown sprints.
Especially spectacular was her
CD-yard touchdown run, touched
off by a pass from the S&-yard
line in the Ceeting seconds of
the game's final canto.
"It Mas Nttig"
Wtten congratulated on this
play, the "Rabbit" shyly ad
mitted, "Oh, It was nothing."
The Fsjis were plagued wjtft
penalties. Because of this handi
cap, several of their touchdown
plays were nullified. John Sin
clair racked up the only PtA
Gam score, going over in the
fourth. j
Out in full force with all of
tieir CS players. Wie Fij came j
to ttie front on their "Now I Lay
Me Down to Sleep" maneuver, in j
which ttie ball-carrier flopped J
over, neeiwing'Jy in a profound j
sleep, i
Equally elJeclive was the PJ
Gara "Sang'Je Reverse" specialty, j
This tune, Uie defmders all i
turned ttmr bai'ks, voJleybalJ ;
style, to tne puzzted Ftti Ptiis
an.d eoTCimeoced with their pass- j
ing attacik.
BajfttNMMtlrd
After Uie first naif, there was
a change in the game's com
pletion. Touch coreipetitjon re
verted to a modificaion of t.'
tackle tectoia.qisje. Again, the Pi
Phi's were bamboozled, but this
medicine was not powerful
enoui'1 to break their scoririg
streak.
Cowwding defeat, the frolic
some FiSis toined 5n a loud teg
cJieer for the Pi Pris,
Coad-iinc tfie Pi Ph? team were
veterans Nick AMwA and "Bear"
Ha&dshy, Said liJtn&ihy in tmm
rnenting on the virtwy, "It was
a rtopendwus gajne."
Jerry Solomon and Sibjl Mark
look referee ffionofs.
TorcU'ier winner and low left
Oie fjeld. Their tetoiation was
the Pi Phi S-Jouse, where the losers
were the winners g uerls for Sm
!lner.
Missouri
Tonight
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Courtesy Lincoln Journal
JIM BUCHANAN . . . return
ing letter winner oa the Husk
er basketbal1 outfit, will help
the Scarlet in iheir first home
game against Missouri
Teachers.
Shotton Fired as
Dodger Manager;
Says 'Raw Deal9
Burt Shotton said Friday that
he was through with baseball
because of the raw deal he re
ceived from the Brooklyn Dodg
er head office this week.
Shotton said he might take on
a few "odd jobs" now and then,
but no more big-time stuff in the
big leagues.
Burt was fired as Brooklyn
manager this week and replaced
by Chuck Dressen, a former
Dodger coach who spent the last
two seasons managing the Oak
land, Cal., team in the Pacific
Coast League.
Shotton said he didn't like
being fired or the way he was
fired. He stated that he didn't
even know he was replaced until
a few hours before they an
nounced the appointment of
Dressen.
Walter O'Malley, the new
president of the Dodgers and
his assumption of command led
to the Shotton bounce. O'Malley
replaced Branch Rickey.
Rickey Men Oat
"I wasn't fired because of my
record," Shotton said. "It's just
that O'Malley wanted a new or
ganization without any Branch
Rickey men around."
Some baseball men think that
Shotton may join Rickey at
Pittsburgh although Shotton said
that he had no plans like that.
When O'Malley announced that
Dressen was the new Dodger
manager, he said he would offer
Shotton a job within the Brook
lyn organization when he met
him at the St. Petersburg, Fla.,
baseball convention next week.
Shotton left no doubt what sort
of answer he will give1 if he
attends that convention.
The Pittsburgh managerial po
sition is still open. Marty Mar
ion took over the reins of the
St, Louis Cardinals this week.
Thetas Enter
WAA Playoffs
In Volleyball
A championship game Monday
will officially close this year's
WAA intramural volleyball tour
nament, while two other sports
are already in full swing.
The final playoff will begin
at 5 p.m. in Grant Memorial.
Kappa Alpha Theta, who walked
off with the soccer-baseball
crown, will again vie for top
honors. The Tbela's possible
opponents have not played off
their championship game in the
second bracket yet.
Volleyball this year was a
double elimination tournament.
This enabled more teams to par
ticipate in more than one game.
The loser of a game automati
cally moved into the consolation
bracket. The -winner of trie con
solation tournament will thus
play the winner in the olher :
bracket to determine the final
champion.
Table Tennis
Next week's game program of
table tennis is not a yet com
plete due to rescheduling. Mon
day's games include: Mary Max
well, Tenace hall vs. Betty
Roessler. Gamma Phi Beta; Bon
nie McCoy, Tmae ball vs.
Kalbie Anew, Trt Deli; Pnyllis
Loudion, Delta Gamma vs. Marge
Carey, unaffiliated; Jean Rosen -rwjg,
Tri Delt vs. Leanor Strain,
Towne Club.
If a contestant is unable to
play tm Ov scheduled date, she
must notify Jean HedLstrwrt,
phone 2-7742, at leart one day
in advance.
Nebraska Ball
Going into its second week,
this sport is being participated
in by a large number of organ
ized home. Rules are similar to
volley ball, but the ball is much
larctr.
Corning events include:
Monday, S r.M,
Delta Gamma I vs. Kajvpa
Kappa Gamma 3.
Chi Omega vs. Terrace ha".
Turtdar, $ P.M,
LSA vs. Sigma Delta Tau.
Delta Gamma 3 vs. Alpha
Chi Omega 3.
Oklahoma Drops
SMU by 47-39
The tint Big" Seven basketball
team In action Chi year, Okla
homa, won its first 14-Sl start
Friday night. The Sooner raced
past Southern Methodist by 47
39 score.
Mamas Frkberger paced the
Sooner victory by dropping in
I points for Coach Bruce Drake.
Frieberger is the giant tix foot,
II inch junior center tor the
Oklahvomans,
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
From
Sports
BY BILL MUNDELL
( Sports Editor, Daily Nebraskan.
The entire University was saddened Thursday by the
death of former Cornhusker Dick Hutton. Those around
the U in 1946, 47, and 48 will remember cheering Dick on
ward in Husker football and track.
Dick was one of the most feared -runners in the con
ference during his football campaigns. As a matter of fact,
that was all Nebraska had in terms of a backfield Dick
Huttdn.
In track, Dick excelled in the sprints and was a main
cog in the Husker attempts for conference glory.
But, even outside of athletics, Dick was a star. Every
one who knew him personally liked the guy. His personality
blossomed out over everyone.
In studies, too, Dick was on top. In all the conference
graduating classes in the spring of 1949, Dick received the
Big- Seven award for maintaining the highest average
grade in the classroom of any athlete.
Dick will be missed by all who knew him personally
and he will live in the memories of all Cornhuskers.
Indoor Track and Field Meet
Begins Tuesday; Neiv Events
The intramural indoor track
and field meet gets under way
this Tuesday with the prelimi
naries of the 50-yard dash and
one-lap run being staged. The
prelims will continue through
this week and all of next and
then the finals of all events will
be held in the first full week
following Christmas vacation.
A large turnout of entries is
expected for this first running
of the enlarged indoor meet. In
previous years there has been
both an indoor and an outdoor
meet, but due to the unavailabil
ity of the outdoor track in the
spring, the two have been com
bined in the big indoor meet.
All events previously held in
the indoor will be carried along
with the addition of the follow
ing events: 60-yard high hurdles,
440-yard run, 880-yard run, and
broad jump. There will be an
additional relay, also, the mile
relay. The winning times and
distances in these events this fall
will go into the books as records.
Three Champs
Three defending champions
will be on hand to defend their
laurels. The Student Union, de
fending Independent champs,
will try to repeat. Phi Delta
Theta, last year's fraternity
champion, is expected to throw
another strong team into the
battle.
Presby House, defending De
nominational crown wearer, is
also expected to have a lot to
say as to who will carry away
the title this year.
Student Union won their first
title last year by 43 'yj points
while Presby was out in front
by an amazing 86 points. The
Phi Delts had the roughest time
carrying off the crown, edging
Sigma Chi by a mere one and
one-third points.
Expected strength this year is
doped to come from Alpha Tau i
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Omega, Sigma Phi Epsilon, and
Sigma Chi in the fraternity
group, besides the Phi Delts.
Methodists Strong
The Methodist Student House,
along with the Newman Club, is
expected to give Presby a run
for its money.
The Ag Men's Club is current
ly doped as the leading con
tender in the Independent divi
sion. No advance entries are neces
sary in order to be able to com
pete this year. All that is re
quired of a man is that he ap
pear some time during the run
ning of the prelims to get his
time or distance recorded.
There will be nearly three
hours for the running of the pre
lims on -most of the events this
year. That means a man has al
most three hours in which to
make it over to the indoor track
to get his licks in. This will be
especially helpful for those who
have football and ROTC classes
during the afternoons.
Against Time
The preliminaries of all runs
will be against time, each man
running will be clocked, so it
doesn't matter who else is in his
preliminary heat.
The correct meet schedule of
events are as follows:
PiellmlasrV-
50-yanS dAAh and one-lap run, 3 p.m.
to 5:45 P m.
Wrdonday, 1. t
60-yard low hurdle and 60-yard high
hurdle. 3 P m to 5:45 p.m.
ThvriMlay, I). 7
60-yard daih and two-lap run, 3 p.m.
to 5:45 p.m.
Monday, Iec. II
440-yard run and 12 lb. hot put, 3
p.m. to 5:45 p.m.
Tanday, Dee. It
&5t-yard run. 3 p m. to 5:45 p.m.
Hirh Jump. 5 p m.
Wednetday. De. IS
Pole vault. 5 p m.
Thnnday, Dee. 14
Htoa1 Jump, 3 P.m. to 5:45 p m.
final
Monday, Jan. S
.V-rd tnt!l, 5:15 p m.
One-Up run, 4:25 p.m.
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Friday night before Sigma Alpha Epsilon was crowned
All-University champion by defeating Cosmopolitan Club.
The Sig Alphs won two of the three games by scores of
15-9, 11-15, 15-13.
It was a torrid and terrific display of volleyball staged
by these two aggregations with everything under the sun
happening.
In the first game, Cosmo took
an early 2-0 lead, but ten min
utes later the SAE's were in
front 3-2. This game was the
"quickie" of the three. It was
over after a half hour.
The lead changed ownership
seven different times before the
Sig Alphs forged ahead 10-9 and
from there it was only a mat
ter of minutes before the Cos
mopolitans suffered their first
defeat of the year.
Four Times
The second game changed lead
four times and was tied five
before the Cosmos rallied to a
15-11 win. The Sig Alphs led
9-2 at one time during this game
for the biggest lead of the eve
ning. Game number three was a
Price Named
Texas Coach
Ed Price was named head
coach of Texas University foot
ball team this weekend. Price
had been line coach at Texas.
Given the hot-spot coaching
post for two years starting Jan. 1
at 12 thousand dollars a year,
Price recognized he had a tough
job cut out for him.
He left for Nashville before
reporters could reach him for
comment. He will scout Tennes
see, Texas' Cotton Bowl oppo
nent, in its battle with Vander
bilt. Coach Price was promoted to
the top position, yielded by Blair
Cherry, on the unanimous rec
ommendation of the University
Athletic Council and by unani
mous vote of the regents at
tending the meeting.
Athletic Director Dana X.
Bible, whose advice to the Ath
letic Council had much to do
with Price's selection, commend-'
ed the 42-year-old Texas gradu
ate with these words:
"Texas is facing tough sched
ules in the future, but, if every
one interested in the university
will work as hard as Ed, there
certainly will be a lot of scor
ing, a lot of touchdowns, a lot
of victories, and a lot of credit
reflected on Texas."
Tuday, Jan. t
AO-yard dah, 5:15 p.m.
Two-lap run, 5:25 p.m.
WednMday, Jan. 10
Shot put. 6 pm.
AO-yard low hurdle, 5:15 p.m.
440-yard dash. 5:30 p.m.
Thursday, Jan. Jl
AO-yard high hurdle, 5:15 p.m.
4-top relay. 7 p.m.
Pnle vault and hith jump, 7:15 p.m.
wi-yard run, 7:5 p.m.
Broad jump. S:0O p.m.
Mile re'ay. ft:4. p.m.
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minutes they played volleyball
thriller all the way. Nine times
the lead changed hands and
eight times the score was tied.
The game, played continually,
took 50 minutes to play. At one
time during the contest, the
score remained unchanged for 18
minutes, just to show the torrid
battle taking place.
The Sig Alphs rallied to win
the final games. They trailed 11
10, 12-11, and 13-12 before they
forged ahead 14-13. Hera th
score remained for five minutes
more and then the winning SAE
point.
Leading the way for the vic
torious Sig Alphs- was Henry
Cech. Both his spiking, and all
around team play kept the EAE
aggregation from falling apart at
several times during the tussle.
Charlie Smith also contributed
some timely spiking to the SAE
cause. But, not to take anything
away from the rest of the men,
they all played a terrific team
game.
Sekercl Tops
Fikri Sekerci was the boy for
Cosmo club. Whenever he was
on the front line, the Cosmo
game seemed to run in their fa
vor. Both his team play and in
particular his spiking were ter
rific. Faz Haghirl smashed ball
after ball down the throats ef
the SAE with crushing spikes.
All the Cosmo men could smash
and set-up their nearest mate.
Both teams were phenomenal
in their returns and recoveries.
Smashes that could not possibly
be returned were scooped up off
the floor or run down in adja
cent courts.
But in the long run, it was
the better team that came out
on top. Both teams are cham
pions, but the men from Sigma
Alpha Epsilon are champs of the
champions.
The lineups for the match!
SIG AI.PH COSMOPOUTAW
C hariea Smith Ray ttothjoo
Bill Fry Mortem Sdhjo
Brace Parrln Fal HiMCliIrl
Pone Dudley Tool aantt i
Henry Oeh Vladimrr La.rk
Hill KhsinbolU Flkrt I
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