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    Monday, February 5, 1 951'
Matmen, Gymnasts, Mermen
niK&iccsnEs uiransuin
Powerful Cats
Stop Home Winning Streak
Nebraska's home court hasket
hall record of all victories and
no .defeats hangs "by a blender
thread today. The nation's num
ber five team, namely the Wild
cats from Kansas State, invade
the Husker lair tonight and are
favored to keep their conference
Tecord unblemished. The Wild
cats have a 4-0 league Tecord to
date, good enough lor first place.
From all appearances, at looks
like no contest. It appears to
be like any other .conference
game "when the lirst place team
meets the last .lace team. The
Buskers took over that last place
position Friday night in Ames
when the Iowa State Cyclones
took -out their spite .on the Scar
let and withered the -visitors by
67-51 count.
The Monday meeting will he
the second game between the two
schools this season. The Cats
walloped the Cornhuskers earlier
in the Kansas City tournament.
There is no Teason why they
should not .do it again.
No Teason, xcept for that in
significant fact that the Husk
ers will be playing on their home
It's true that the Huskers have
not met any world beaters on
the Coliseum maples this season,
"but Tegardless cf that, it is
rough on any team to meet the
Huskers at home. In fact, only
one team has consistently won
their share of games on the Ne
Upsets Still Haunt IM Play;
Kappa Sigs, SAE's, Taus Fall
The wave of upsets which be
gan earlier this week continues
to cloud in the intramural basket
nail scene as three more clubs
met unexpected defeats during
Wednesday and Thursday night's
Friday and Saturday's card will
hrlng to a. close the bushiest week
bring: to a close the busiest -week
Ron. A total of 63 games will have
been played "by Saturday eve
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, ranked
eighth All-University, found its
league title hopes almost com
pletely shattered Thursday eve
ning when it fell to an inspired
Beta Sigma Psi team, 30-28. The
Beta Sigs thus finished the demo
lition work the ATO's had begun
earlier Mb the week, the Taus
having iipsdt the Sig Alphs by a
.36-33 count on Monday.
Woamsat 'Sparkles
Virg Woamsat set off the fuse
that blew the :Sig Alph's playoff
hopes sky high with .a tie-brejak-ing
basket in the last ten seconds
of play. Woamsat's shot, a des
peration over-the-head .one
hander from deep in the corner,
ripped through the meshes to
climax a Beta 'Sig rally which
had brought the score to 28-28
tie. Dannehl and Bauer sparked
the last-half Beta Sig bid and
finished with 10 and 7 points,
respectively, Brown and Lea;h
were tops for the luckless Sig
Alphs with 6 points each.
Lyle Altman was a thorn in
the ATO's side all evening as he
repeatedly drove in for easy lay
ups. When the Tau defense would
tighten to stop Altaian's on
slaught, Stoup and Bunten would
hit from the side with deadly
one-handers. Altman was tops
lor the victorious Nu's with 11
points. Stoup and Bunten aided
the Sig Nu cause with B and 7
points, respectively. Bosley's long
one-handers was the only . of
fensive threat the ATO's could
muster, and his 12 points were
far from enough.
Sigma Chi rolled to an impres
sive 41-18 win over a befuddled
Kappa Sigma team in the third
major upet of the evening. 31
thus .ended a very disastrous
week for the Kappa igs, they
having been trounced earlier in
the week by a -scrappy Delta I
2,'au Delta .crew, .38-21. g
The Sig Chi attack was led by
Thomas and Curtiss who hit for
16 and 7 points, respectively. The
Win is the second of the week for
the fast- improving Sig Chl'a,
they having completely smoth- 1
ered Delta Upsilon 53-20, on
Monday. I
Sig V.vh lloll On
The third-ranked All-Univer- 1
iity and second-ranked Fratern-
lty "A" team, Sigma Phi Epsilon,
toyed with Delta Upsilon for I
three quarters before powering I
its way to a lopsided 42-9 wic-
tory. The DU's, one of the most
impotent teams in Fraternity 1
'"A" play this year, failed to make g
a field goal until late in the third I
The Big Hps wore paced hy thr
deadly forecourt shooting of Ar 1
llannen, who eollaoted 18 counter
for the evenlng's scoring honon -
Kay tCurtiss contributed S point I
in addition .to playing a stll:i "
floor game for the viotor?
Bceuham's seven markers wn
tons for the m"s.
Phi Delta Theta, number on
team In All-University standing
found soft touch in a fightin
Phi Oamma Delta team an
romped to an aaay 35-20 victor:
to extend its wictory string t
iive. ml Dolts Start Slow
The Phi Delts started out slow
but gained momentum in tin
third and fourth quarters to over
power the tiring Phi Gammr
Delta five. Chick Battey -estut
liuhed a now free throw mur1
when he dropped in twdlve fo
twelve. He also a(ldd three bHS
kets to finish with 18 points fc
the evening.
bchlelffflr and RolinrUon were
Favored to
braska floor jand that team isnt
Kansas State.
But to pull this mpset .of up
sets, the Cornhuskers will have
to rely upon more than the
home-court jinx. 'They are faced
with the responsibility .of stop
ping -such court-flurries as Hitch,
Barrett, Stone, Gibson, Iverson,
and Head.
Barrett Hurt NU
It was Ernie Barrett that Trilled
the Cornhuskers in the KC tour
ney in December. It was Lew
Hitch that led the Wildcat steam
roller over powerful ILong Island
university last Wednesday. It
was Jack Stone who powered
the K-Stater .over the Kansas
Jayhawks. The list like this goes
on and on. Any one man .on the
Cat squad will break your hack
with points if you strengthen
your defense on another man.
Coach Harry Good will rely
upon the scoring and floor play
of his two mainstays, Bob Pierce
and Jim Buchanan.
Pierce again was the hig
point-getter for Nebraska in then
loss to Iowa State Friday night.
Bi- Bob connected lor six field
goals and 6"7 free tosses for 18
Only Pierce
Bob was the only consistent
hope for the Huskers, however,
as the Cyclones held the rest
of the Scarlet to only minor
trouble. Buchanan manaeed onlv
nine points, far below his game
point average.
Joe Good hit for Sour fielders
tops for -the losers with seven
and six pointe, Tespectively.
Delta Tau Delta rolled to a
52-29 victory over a stubborn
but outmanned Alpha vGamma
Rho crew. The contest was never
in doubt as the oft-beaten AGR's
found themselves 11 points be
hind in the first six minutes of
play. With Neff and Paynich hit
ting consistently on short jump
Bhots, the Delt attack never let
up. Neff finished with 11, Pay
nich with 14. Frost and Monson
were tops lor the losers with
seven points each.
Approach Scoring Mark
Phi Kappa Psi went up against
a weak Theta 3Ci aggregation and
before the contest was far along
it was apparent that the Phi Psi
team had a chance of breaking
m the intramural rscorlng" Tecord
of 82 points. However, the at
tempt fell 3 points as the final
score 79-20.
Jerry Anderson led the Phi Psi
attack with .twenty-one points,
followed by Larry Anderson with
34 and Bobby Reynolds -with 12.
Bob Bale was high for the los
ing Theta Xi's with 6 markers.
The seventh-ranking Fratern
ity "A" team, Brown Palace
picked up its fourth win in five
starts at the expense of a fast
fading Beta Theta Pi team, 42-28.
The only blotch on the Palacer's
record is an early season loss to
the powerful Phi Psi's.
'Williams Leads Palacers
"Mel Williams was tops for the
victorious Palacers with 14
points. B. Stake added ten to the
winner's total Penold and Tapp
led the vain bid of the Betas
with 10 and 8 points, respectively.
Nebraska Coop won a cloae de
cision over Dorm B & C in a
loosely played game, 22-18. Both
clubs concentrated on tight de
fenses and control-type play.
Superior height was the deciding
factor in the contest as Nebraska
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Nebraska meets Wildcats.
and a free toss to come in sec
ond in the scoring with nine
pints. Bob Mercier was the .only
other Husker to get more than
one field goal from the floor U
evening. He netted two and
added three free throws for seven
Bernie Akromis. Jim Snvder.
and Paul Kipper finished up the
Jtiusfcer Jack .of scoring with .one
goal apiece.
Probable staring lineups:
Kansas State N.hrnoir-
Stone .... ..... .. .f . AkromlB
(iirjSOn .... 4.... .. .1 Hnvrtor
Utton c . .... . . 3ierae
Bamtt ...... ...... . . . . TtnnhRTiRn
lverlson ,...,..,..r .... .. .. . .Good
Coop controlled hoth hoards.
Broughton and Henzlik were
high for the winners with 9 and
6 points, respectively. Hatch con
tributed (Eight to the loser's cause.
Powerful Geologists Komp
vGeologists, fifth-ranked Inde
pendent team, showed superior
offensive power in rolling to a
50-28 victory over Veterans. With
the Geologists' enlongated center,
Jack Yelkin, showing beautiful
baD-handling and rebound con
trol, the .outcome was never m
doubt. Yelkin finished with 21
points for scoring honors. Bet
tenhausen added nine to the
Geologists' total.
Torrens played a fine game for
.the Hosers and picked up 14
points, hut his (teammates were
unable (to give him any support.
"The ' Hinlcycfiriks ; upset the'
apple-cart in racing to a 26-18
win over previously unbeaten
Dorm "A" Stars in the feature
Independent game of the day.
The Rinkydinks were in com
mand throughout although a clos
ing rally ny the -"A" Stars nar
rowed the gap somewhat. Hun
ley and Giles led the Rinkydinks"'
attack with 8 and 6 points, ttre
spectively. Bookmakers Upset Lilies
Although the odds were against
them, the Bookmakers again as
sumed the roll of giant-killers as
they polished off a potent Lilies
club, 18 to 13. The Bookmakers
were paced 'by the sharpshooting
of .Johnson, who finished with 10
points to his credit. McCumber
six for the losers.
Ag Men's Club "B" had the
easiest time, winning a 2-0 for
feit wictory .over "Vocational Agri
culture. Ag Men's Club "A," top ranked
Independent team and fourth in
All-University standings, over
whelmed a fighting Ag TMCA
'B" team, 69-18. The powerful
Ag Men, who expect little trouble
the world but
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PAUL KIPPER. may -see consid
erable .action lor the Cornhuskers
against Kansas State tonight.
Five Indicted:
Manhattan Fix
AH five men arrested in the
Manhattan dollegc basketball
fixing scandal, including the two
co-captains f the 1949-50 Man
hattan team, were indicted by
the Bronx County Grand Jury of
New York Friday for bribery .and
The indictments were delivered
against ex-.players Jack Byrnes
and Henry Poppe nd .against a
trio .described as gamblers Cor
nelius Kelleher. Benjamin and
Irving Schwartzberg.
All .are accused of conspiracy
to "throw" games last year.
Assistant District Attorney Ed
ward Breslin announced the Jan
uary Grand Jury will he held
over indefinitely and ""further in
dictments may be fccoming."
Before handing down the in
dictment, the Grand Jury spent
an hour questioning ex-player
Poppe, who toad signed a waiver
of immunity.
Taus Master
Sig Hps in
lmhA Hockey
The ATO's .continued their
domination of the intramural
hockey picture by .defeating
stubborn, but outclassed Sig Ep
crew hy the score of 7 to 3 Wed
nesday :afternoon at Gak Lake.
The Taus claim .one iof the
smoothest .offenses in the league
headed :by Fred Cady, Gtto Ham
man, and Don Pederson. They
were held down, however, :by a
surprisingly tough Sig Ep .de
fense. The Sig Ep offense had one
brief fling when Don Hammans
capitalized c-n two scoring
chances in the first period. Since
Hamman's goal was the .only I
until playoff time, scored almost
at will an piling up a 16 point
lead early in the first quarter.
They, '.held the men , to two
field goals the first half, but
were content to let the opposi
tion score :9 points in the last
quarter of play.
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Whip Denver, Fall
by Jim KosIm.1
A touring .group of Corn -
husker athletic teams again ran
into serious trouble up Boulder.
CoioM way ms the University 'Of
Colorado swimming, wrestling,
and gymnastics teams pasted the
Huskers very (decisively..
Only 'in wrestling did the Ne
braskans put up a good fight
before losing 15-11. Harold Gil
liland in the" 130 lb. .division,
Dave Mackie in the 167 lb. class,
and Herb Reese, in the heavy
weight division were the .only
Huskers to post wins. Big Sev
en Champ Reese pinned Colo
rado's Bob Schalk for his third
pin in three matches.
Gymnasts Fall
Coach Jake Geier's Husker
gymnastics team fell before the
Buffs, 52-44, Friday. It was a
battle all the way between Col
orado's ace performer, Bill
Haase, and Nebraska's Al Dun
avan. Haase copped three first
places to roll .up 26 points.
Dunavan scored 20.
Although two Husker swim
mers set pool and meet records
and Nebraska's Eddie Craren
put on a sensational show to win
the .diving title, Nebraska lost
to Colorado's mermen, 47-37, in
a dual swim meet .at Boulder.
The Buffaloes won Iboth ire
lays and the .distance events to
provide the margin oi victory.
Ted Kanamine, ace Husker free
style in the xecerd time .of .55.5
style on ther ecord time cf ,55.5
seconds. This replaces the cold
record .of :56.4 set '.by Schmidt
of Iowa State in 1B49. Buele
Balderson set a new record in
the .200-yard backstroke in
2:31.1. !
The triple loss fo Colorado
keeps intact the unenviable
'Husker record cf having never
won an .athletic tevent in Boul
der since the Buffs joined the
Big Seven Conference two years
ago. It also gives Nebraska .an
even split en its road trip, Den
ver U.. having succumbed to
Huskers last Thursday..
ATO goal in the first period, the
SPE's took a hrief :2-l lead. The
color of the game changed squite
rapidly, however, when Fred
Cady made his first appearance
in the game ;at the Btart .of the
second period. He teamed with
Gtto Hamman f o form a .devast
ating scoring .threat. In the sec
ond period Cady drove home two
shots, and Hamman .accounted
for 1 .out .of the many that were
attempted. The best that the Sig
Ep's ..could do was a goal by Dick
King". This was their last goal.
The third period saw the
ATO's ice the game with three
more ;goals. One each was scored
by the ATO's starting line, Cady,
Hamman, and Pederson. Both
Cady and Otto Hamman com
pleted the difficult hat trick, that
of scoring three- goals in "one
Their sparkling passing and
shooting proved to be the decid
ing factor.
j Denver Droppnd
! Denver gave tbe Huskerc a
scare in the mrestline meet toe-
fore going down to an 1B-12 de
feat. Louie Canigua, Perry Xiei
tel, Don Rauh, .and Herbe Reese
all won matches for Nebraska.
The Camhusker mermen won
a 49-31 victory iover Denver U.
swimming team in the DU pool.
Ted Kanamine of the Huskers
set a new DU pool record in the
50-yard freestyle. He went the
distance in :242, beating the .old
mark ol ::24.3.
Nebraska's gymnastics squad
found the going easy, Twinning
VD1k251i.. The Huskers won
every event with Al Dunavan
capturing tlhree firsts to lead the
The Huskers ended their five
day tour cf Colorado Saturday
with swinuhing, wrestling, and
gymnastic meets at Colorado
State 'Of Greeley and Wyoming
;uni versify.
Summaries of meet with Den
ver IT.
'3fl(l-yard medley Trelay 'Won iby Tie
hruflka tHealey, .Qraer, IPfiteraoti).. TTlme,
8:2k A.
220-yard irne -style "Won 'hv Desmond.
Nebraska; -saennd. Harri. Denver; itliird,
Balderson, Nebraska. Time, S.lK.i.
Bo-yard ime ntyle -Won .-by Kanamine.
Nebraska; sseond, SHealey. "Kebraska;
third, Mulkenbuhr, Denver. Ttme. MJi.
Divine Won by Crartm, )ebraKa;
second. Crist. Denver; ithirtt, fiulsar. We
brHwkn. Points, aifi.l.
atlliyard trm .tyhv-Won ibv Wilier.
Denver: aecond. feterson, 3Jnbraska;
third, .Greer. Nebraska. Time. U lOl.H.
JHO-vard bank -stroke -Won iby Balder
son, Nebraska; -second. Henley, Nebraska;
third. MeOlimon, Denver. Time. a:3B.
4(V-yara tree -styte Won by Harrts,
Denver: eoond. Desmond, SJehraska;
third. Whelps, Nebraska. Time. :nfi.
4011-yard free-stvle Tfelav Won -bv
Denver (Mulkenhuhr. 3UoCartney. Millet.
Jones t. Tims, 4:13.
123 .OaniRlia, Nebraska mm tm torieit.
ISO Howard, Denver, -tleoisioned .Gli
liland. 3S7 Issliel. TJehmdltK tthrew IFnx in
34 1 Speak, Denver, tiecisiotind 3ones.
Ifi7 Kauh. Nebraska, deciaioned Kier-
377 Coleman. Denver, .dscisioned Hich-
Hea.veyweight-Reese, Nebraska, ithrew
Gordon in :16.
Sidehorse Won iby Dunavan. Wehrasks
seoond, Hillman, Webmska; fthird. Gar
wood, -Nebraska: fourth. Milman. Den-
ver: tttth. Phlfer, Denver. iPolnts
JHorisontal bar Won by Dunavan, Ne
braska: iiecond. MnMinamin. Denver:
third. HuRhes. Nehraska; fourth, Hllman,
weoraska; iifth, Jenifer, Denver. iPointe
iFlyins Tintr Won 'by Tuhbs. "Nebraska:
second. Dunavan, Nebraska: ithlrd, 1
'wltt. Denver: ifourth, .Crist, Denver; into,
j-niier. uenver. jiims ibh.
Tumblinn Won by Dunavan. 'Nebraska:
seoond. Epstehi. Nebraska; third. Tuniw,
Nebraska; fourth. Crist. Denver; litth.
Dewttt, Denver. Points 1B6.
Trampoline Won bv Cran, TJebraska;
wcond, Tuhlffi. Nebraska; third. .Crist,
Denver; fourth, Srton, Nebraska; iifth,
Dewltt. Denver. Points 17Fi.
iParallel bars Won 'by Garwood. "Ne
braska; -tied for scnnd. McMinumin,
Denver, rond Dunavan. 'Nebraska; fourth.
Hushes. 'Nebraska; fifth, Dewltt, Den
ver. Points 14u.
Summaries of meets with CoId-
rado IT.
300-yard -medley -relay: Won y Col
orado .(Seegers, Blaok, Bond i : 3:01).B.
(New Colorado warsity record. .Old -record
of 3:10 t in I960 ;by Pickens-Blaok-
Bowers). ,i
.220-yard free .style: Won by Berber,
Colorado: seeond. Kllev. . Colorado; hird,
Desmomf. Tebraska. Time, 2:2flit. I
fill-yard flree -style: -won "by Kanamine.
I Nebraska: swcontl. -HRrley, Nebraska;
I third, Heim, .Colorado. Time. :24,4.
Divlnfr Won by .Craren, Nebraska;
second. .Crist. Denver: 'third, ifiulsar, Ne
braska Points, 316 1.
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3 no-yard lrer rtvle: Won y TBilln.
TitMirauka' secot.d. Bond. Ciiioiatlo:
i.tnrd Karhr. IHi-brasi-a. Time, :Mi.
.(Twew (C:olur.ln Tioni raufirfl. 'Old wutord
ol :!i6.1 net mi 1WH li.v bclinulll. .of Iowa
aut-yiiTd bankHi roiw : Won ty Balder
son, jiebraska; seuond, Jiarbaush, Ool
nrHdo; tmrrt, Seecet. Colorado ; Tm
2:;a.fl. tfTK iColorado -Jinnl TBunrfl. Onl
rsuurd of S:31.8 et in IBM by Hjo
iJHur.h. 2lilf-4tard Smwst. utrobe: Won r
Black. (!olitrafli. -seuond Wesinn, lol
omdit; third, iPhelj, JJebraska. Time,
440-varfl free tyteT Won y erry
Colorado; second, Hfralman. !olordos
-ttitrri Demnonfi. Kebrasfia. Time 211.4.
! 4tni-vard fee -style jelsy: Won -by
'Colordu (Helm. Hertrer, Kly, Bond);
second. Ttehraekm. U'une, .H:li2.Ei.
121) jLrtomiR, lOolorado, -fleuUnonefl 5
nlciia. a;n 'BiUiland, Siebraska, ttcistons
aa7 nville, Ooloradd, eolalonfl Imim
347 French, Colorado, -declsloma ua-
Ifi7 Lynch. Colorado, deRisloned Usram.
:7 Maukie, Kebraska, .decMioneA Mo-
377 Skinner, tColorattu, aciattmefl
J-lenvywcichi Keese, Tfebrasks., jirnnaC
Sidehorse Won iby Art iEUlman. fe
bntskii : -second Dunavan. MenrssikM
third .Charles Hornbuok., .Culorado. Points,
Horizontal bar Won 'by Dune-van, TJ
hraska; -SHunnd. iHsase. Colorado; tlittC
.Conjier. .Coloradu. Points, il&U.
Parallel bars 'Won ty Saase, Coltumfltr;
snoond Dunavan. Ueurasica: third Kaa
Dunsian. 'Colorado. Points. 307.
Flyins j-inpi- Won by Gerald TUbba,
Tjebruaka: second, Haase, iColnradoj
thlrt. .Cooper. Coloradu. Points. JSZ7.
Tumbline Won by Haase, iColoradol
second Dunavan. 5ibrask.: third, Paul
'illano. .Colorado. Point 241.
Trampoline Won by Haase. CnlorBrin;
secnonri .Cooper, 'Colorado; third, S.d On
ren, Nebraska. Pomts, Sail.
Cyclones Have
9 Grid Games
"With the signing ft "WayD
"University for the .opening ame,
the 1B51 Iowa fltate foothRfi
schedule is now complete.
Emmett K. v(Abel) Stuber, head
football .coach, will open the 1B51
season .on Sept. 22 with Wyn.
The final game of the year
the year against Oklahoma.
The four home games will in-
Missouri Bcmcmf ....
elude Wayne, "Kansas State,
Missouri, and Nebraska.
Wayne is the .only mew ioe oa
tthe Cyclone ard. Marmaettere
turns to the schedule .after a
lapse tof Dearly 1 0 -years.
The JHfti Iowa "KTtate 4 no thai emidill
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wnt. 2 'Wayne at Ames.
Wept. 20 Kansa t iLawtenoe.
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