The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 12, 1951, Page PAGE 3, Image 3

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    Friday, January 12, 1951
BY A NOSE . . . Sigma Chi speedster, Dan Tolman, (second from left) gives one more burst of
speed to edge Don Bedker of Phi Gamma Delta (far right) in the 60-yard low hurdles. Tolman's
time was 7.4 seconds. The other runners and position at finish are: (I to r) Hobe Jones, ATO,
Srd; Tolman, Don Coupens, ATO, 4th; Glenn Beerline, SAE, 6th; Don Richardson, ATO 5th;
Sigs, Presbys, Field House
Roar to I-M Track Titles
Sigma Chi, Presby House and
field House are the 1950-51 in
tramural track and field cham
pions. In a grand finale of events
Thursday night these three out
fits swept to victory.
Presby and Field House had
m easy time of it, winning the
Denominational and Independent
championships hands down. Sig-
ma Chi did it the hard way, how- j
ever. The Sigs staged a terrific j
rally in the final events to over-
t ake a strong Sigma Epsilon team a surprise second in the event
that went into the final tUght of jrith a leap of 5 fe?t 10 inches.
fra?cm5tv competition with a 15 Don Bedker and Bill Moreland,
pc 'it bill so. i tied for third with leaps of 5
For Presby, it was old stuff, j feet 8 inches,
they taking their second consecu- 1 Tom Carodine, versatile ath
tive championship. It was the lete representing Field House,
first time for both the Sigs and jhad no competition so automat
ic? Field House, however. The : ioally won the Independent high
Si?s finallv won the title after! jump title. However, Carodine
finishing only a few points out
of -first for the past two years.
The final point standings in
ths three divisions stood like this:
Frtprnitv: Sigma Chi 102, Sig
ma Phi Eplison 87.5, Alpha Tau
Orga 50, Phi Gamma Delta
r5. Sipma Alpha Epsilon 21,
Phi Delta Theta 14.5, Cornhus
ker Co-op -5, Sigma Nu 4,
K-npa Sigma 5.5.
The Interdenominational race
f:Trhed witV Presby 98.5, Lu
theran Student Association 43,
A" YMCA 31, Inter Varsity
35 5.
Field House was the only r
panized group in the Indepen
dent division and roared to 111
points although several individ
uals, running independently, tal
lied 38 points,
Bedker Daralfs
Thursday Tright Don Bedker of
Phi Gamma Delta won the Fra
ternity 60 yard high hurdles in
the spectacular time of 7.5 sec
onds, a new record replacing
the preliminary mark of 7.9 sec
onds set by Dan Tolman of Sigma
Tolman finished in second
place, a yard ahead of Glenn
Beerline of Sigma Alpha Epsi
lon. Two more Sig Chi's, Jim
Downey and Phil Heidelk finish
ed fourth and fifth, respectively.
Blake Cathro, Field House,
had no competition in the Inde
pendent division of the highs
and ran through a flight in 8.2
Dan Lindquist, Lutherans, von
the Interdenominational 60 yard
Ban its, Mu ndell
Tie for
In Predicting
Bob Banks and Bill MundeH
emerged as the top Daily Ne
braskan prognosticators of the
nation's football games this sea
son. Both Banks and Mundell
picked 72 out of 100 winners to
wind up with a .720 percentage.
Jack Cohen is the number
three picker this year, a game
and a half behind the winners
with a .705 percentage.
In fourth place came Bod
Biggs with a .695 percentage, a
game behind Cohen.
Bob Reichenbach and Dick
Ford tied for fifth plaee with a
percentage of .675. 2 games he
hind Eiggs.
Jerry Warren came in seventh
with a percentage of .665 only
one game behind Beichenbach
and Ford.
Chuck Burmeister and Frank
Jacobs fought neck and neck
all the way with Burmeister fi
nally getting the edge by a half
fame. Burmeister finished with
a .C85 percentage while Jacobs
tallied a mark of .630.
The percentHgeg of the experts
were "very good considering the
calibre of games picked each
week. Out of the ten games in
tjuestion each week, at least
eight of them were toss-ups.
Pick-of-the-year went to Mun
dell with his selection of 'Navy
over Army. Jacobs' Indiana over
Jivtre Dame and Biggs' UCLA
over Stanford were -close seconds.
Ag Ping-Poiig
Title to Pierson
Ag Union's "King lor a week"
was crowned ping-pong -champ
"Wednesday noon.
Eugene Pierson will reign over
Ag -college -only until the next
contest which is scheduled lor
next week.
Pierson cepped the title from
a field of eight participants, win
ning in the linals from Bob
"Woolman who made it hot lor
the "champ."
The matches are scheduled
from 12:15 to 1 p.m., one day of
each week.
They are sponsored hy the
general activities committee of
the Ag Union, Jean Holmes,
highs, also with a time of 8.2
seconds. Leo Weed, Presby, was
second in 8.5 seconds.
Thodf Wins
The Fraternity high pump fi-
nals found Irv Thode, sophomore
jumper representing Phi Delta
j Thcta, winning his pet event with
la leap of 5 feet 11 inches. Thode
I tried for a new record of 6 feet
li inches, but just failed to clear
this height on his third try.
Phil Heidelk, Sigma Chi, was
had a practice leap of 5 feet 7
Dan Lindquist of the Luther
ans is the Interdenominational
high jumping champ, he being
the only jumper in his class to
clear the starting height.
Takes Specialty
Hobe Jones, Alpha Tau Omega,
won his specialty, the Fraternity
880 yard dash in the record
breaking time of 2:02.5. This is
four-tenths of a second better
than his preliminary qualHying
time in this event
Jack Seoville, Sigma Alpha Ep
silon, finished second with three
Sig Chi's, Bob Cowling; Dan
Tolman; and Bob Barehus fin
ishing third, fourth, and fifth,
Dale SchnackeL Field House,
had no opposition in the Inde
pendent division of the 880, so
did not run in the finals.
Rate Overtakes Sampson
Bob Ruiz, representing Inter
Varsity, put on a tremendous
stretch drive to overtake Harold
Sampson in the last ten yards
of the Interdenominational 880
time of 2 32 seconds. Sampson,
who set the record of 2:11.8 in
the prelims, had a second-place
time of 2"12.2.
Dan Lindquist and Phil Hains;
both of Lutheran Stud. Assoc.,
finished third and fourth, re-
Blake Cathro, Field House, im
proved his preliminary broad
jump mark but one inch, but
this was good enough for first j erary Society will present a pro
place m the Independent division , ram on Friday, Jan. 12 at 8:30
race. Cliff Dale, also of Field
House, finished second with a
leap of 19 feet 3 inches. Harvey
Goth, completed the Field House
sweep in this event with a 18
feet 11 inch effort.
Staitsburjr Tops
Dick Stansbury, Presby, was
credited with a final leap of 20
feet 6 inches lor first place in
the Interdenom broad jump.
Calvin German, Ag YMCA's
one-man track team, moved into
second place with a jump of 19
feet 11 inches. Bill Giles, Presby,
was third with 19 feet 10M in
ches, followed by Harold Samp
son of Presby with 18 feet 10
Glenn Beerline, after his sen
sational preliminary record leap
of 22 feet 11V4 inches, was -unable
to increase his mark but still
copped his event hands -down.
Irv Thode, Phi Delta Theta,
couldn't improve on his fine pre
lim jump of 21 feet 11 inches
and finished in second place.
Jack Seoville climbed into third
place with a leap of 20 feet 9
inches. Weal Prince and Don
Bedker are tied for fifth with
leaps of 20 feet inches,
field House
Although unopposed, the Field
House 4-lap relay team of Chuck
Hunley, Tom Carodine, Bob
Krueger, and Blake Cathro
streaked to a new AU-lntra-
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mural record of 1:52. Since the
Field House had already clinched
the Independent championship,
j they did not enter a mile relay
i team.
The new Fraternity champs,
I Sigma Chi, swept both relay
events, the mile relay and 4-lap
relay, in record times. The team
of Bob Dawson, Phil Heidelk,
; Dan Tolman, and Bob Barehus
j ran for the Sigs in both events.
i In both relays the Sig Chi's
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FAXCY SHOT Shown above is Charles C Peterson, fancy shot
billiard champion, who is scheduled to give a lecture exhibition
1 n billiards Wednesday and Thursday afternoons from 4 to 6
. pm. in the Union ballroom.
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Program Tonight
Pledges of the Palladian Lit-
p. m. in Fauacuan hall, tmra
floor of the Temple building.
H LRE'S an illus
tration of a lovely,
luscious candy . . .
and a 'pic" of a
luscious, lovely lady.
When you haven't
the one take t'other.
TJiey'rc both tweet.
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is delicious . . .
tasty . . . -chewy
. . . with a chocolate
flavor all its own. In
the dorm, on the
grounds, elsewhere
. . . -enjoy a
Sports Briefs
John Cronley, sports editor
of the Daily Uklahoman, made
the prediction yesterday that
the University of Oklahoma,
tired of its extended football
season the last three years, will
outlaw all post-season bowl
games in the very near future.
Bob Mathias, world's greatest
all-around athlete and United
States decathlon champion, an
nounced Wednesday that he had
applied for admission to the
United States Naval Academy.
Bantam Ben Hogan's phenom
enal, movie-script rally from a
near-fatal accident to regain his
old golfing hetghts was rated
the greatest comeback in sports
for 1950 in the annual Assciated
Press poll. Others receiving
votes included the Nebraska
football team.
Paul Bryant, whose Kentucky
Wildcat football team defeated
Oklahoma in the New Year's
day Sugar Bowl game, signed
a new contract Wednesday to
coach football at Kentucky
through 1962. The new 12-year
contract supplants Coach Bry
ant's pact with the University
which had five years to run.
Reaves Peters, Big Seven
Conference executive and vice
president of the National Foot
ball Hall of Fame, Wednesday
presided as the directors adopted
plans to build a three to five-million-dollar
Hall of Fame
building at Rutgers University.
victims were Sigma Phi Epsilon.
The Sigs won the 4-lap relay
in 1:55.2, replacing the old rec
ord of 1:56.9 set by the Sigma
Phi Epsilon in 1948. The Sig Eps,
with 1:56.5, were also under the
old mark.
The mile relay was won by the
Sigs in the good time of 3:59.7,
this mark automatically being a
record since the mile relay is a
new event on the indoor track
program this year.
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Phi Delta Theta saw its cagers
climb into the number one posi
tion in intramural basketball to
day. The Phi Delts, second in
the initial ratings, pulled ahead
of the first week's leaders, Sig
ma Alpha Epsilon, by beating
the same SAE's by a 29-28 score.
The win gives the top ranked
outfit a 3-0 record to date.
Newman Club holds down the
number two spot this week,
climbing one place from the first
ratings. The Catholics are un
beaten in two starts and this
week blasted a powerful Lu
theran aggregation by a 52-28
Sigma Phi.Epsilon also gained
one notch and this week are
found in third place. The Sig
Eps are all victorious in three
games, their latest win a 29-26
victory over previously unbeat
en Kappa Sigma.
Ag Men Fourth
A newcomer holds fast to the
fourth position. The Ag Men's
Social Club's "A" team rocketed
to that high spot with three
wins in as many games against
strong teams.
The Aggies, top in the Inde
pendent division, blasted the
first week's top outfit, Ag Ex
tension Annex, by a 33-22 score
to gain the notch. In losing the
Ag Extension Annex fell out of
the All-U ratings altogether.
Rounding out the first divi
sion of the top cage teams in
the University is Phi Kappa Psi,
perfect in three games. The
Phi Psi's narrowly missed being
rated in the initial ratings but
are solid fifth choices now.
Another independent outfit.
Phi Delta Phi, is this week's
sixth place team. The lawyers
advanced from ninth in the first
ratings to lead the second divi-
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Drill Night
From a point high on the campus, a radar beam searches
the sky. Lights burn in classrooms. Khaki replaces tweed and
covert for the night as college men assigned to Reserve units
study the machines and methods of defense.
Preparedness is the order of the da)-.
And the Bell System stands prepared. In five busy years,
we havre added more than 12,500,000 telephones. Many improve
ments have been made in the quality and speed of service. Our
force of highly skilled, experienced men and women has been
greatly enlarged and now numbers more than 600,000.
A nation in a hurry goes by telephone. This country has
the best telephone service in the world.
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1 Newman Clab
. InttrYanlty
8. Latheran Sladrnta (1-1)
4. I'nlrenitr XMCA (M)
5. Freby Rmm U-
1. Phi Delta Theta
. Slfma Chi C!-)
S. Phi Kappa Pit
4. Phi Gamma Delia (-)
5. Delia Vpiilen t-l)
. Alpha Tib Omeca (1-1)
1 Slima Phi EpiUen (1-4)
. Beta Theta PI (1-1)
. Slfma Alpha Epsllea 1-1)
1I. Farm Roane (1-1)
Two Straight
The lawyers have won two
straight with considerable ease.
Their latest victims, Phi Alpha
Delta, fell 29-61.
Phi Delta Theta is represent
ed again in the number seven
spot with the Phi Delt "Bees"
holding down that position. The
junior Phi Delts have won two
straight, dropping Sigma Nu and
Alpha Tau Omega.
Eighth place this week goes to
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, last week's
top outfit. The Sig Alph show
ing against the top ranked Phi
Delts earned them this slot.
Another newcomer, Pioneer
House, is ninth this week. The
Pioneer men have copped three
consecutivi victories to date in
cluding a 41-23 rout of Zeta
Beta Tau last week.
I-V Makes 1
Rounding out the top ten is
another Interdenominational ag
gregation, InterVarsity. The I-V
men own two wins in two games
in their season thus far. They
were fifth last week, but slipped
when other teams displayed
more power.
Over in the Denom division
behind the top ranked Newman
Club and the second place Inter
Varsity comes the Lutheran
Student Association, University
YMCA, and Preby House, The
only change here from the ini
tial rankings is Presby in fifth
in place of the Methodist House.
Presby dropped the Methodists,
24-13 this week.
Behind the top ranked Phi
Delt -bees" in the fraternity B"
division are Sigma Chi and Phi
Kappa Psi. Both teams own 2-0
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. Phi Delta Phi
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4. City YMCA -)
, Geolei-taU (1-4)
5. Plamora (S-l)
7. Ar r tcniton Anne (1-1)
S. Slfma Camma Epailea (-)
. Alpha 8lrma Phi (1-1)
10. LUiei IM))
1. Phi Delta Theat
8. Slfma Phi Epjllem
S. Phi Kappa Ptl
4. Strata Alpha Epallaa
a. Pioneer House
. Alpha Tau Omera (1-1)
7. Brown Palaea f-1)
. Norrla Hoot (J-i
10. Zeta Beta Tau -!)
records to date. The two teams
exchanged positions from last
Fijis and DlTs
Phi Gamma Delta and Delta
Upsilon round out the first di
vision in this group. The junior
Fijis also have two wins, whil
the DUs sport a 2-1 record. The
Fijis toppled the SAE's 23-18
this week and the DUs crushed
the AGR's, 61-32.
In the second division come
Alpha Omega, Sigma Phi Epsi
lon, Beta Theta Pi, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon and Farm House. Only
the Sig Eps are unbeaten in thia
group, sporting a 1-0 record.
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