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Thursday, February 22, 1951
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Cooper, Jones Set AIl-Time
NU Marks in Vault, 880
By Bill Mundell.
Nebraska's indoor eindermen
tan Kansas State in1o a 69 to
34 2 '3 defeat in Memorial Sta
dium Wednesday night. The
Huskers captured first place hon
ors in eight of the 12 events to
t'op their fourth dual meet m five
Marts. Only the loss to Missouri
mars the Husker record.
Huskors Don Cooper and Hobe
Jones took good care of four rec
ords during the evening's activity.
Both took one first place, but
rach was good for two new rec
ords. Vaulter Cooper shattered the
old Nebraska-Kansas State dual
record of 13 feet, 8Vfe inches early
in the evening. "Moose"' cleared
14 feet and then took aim alt he
till-time Nebraska indoor record,
which he had set in the opening
dual meet this year.
Over For a Record
On third try he slipped across
the bar and established a new
mark of 14 feet 5?s inches. Cooper
wasn't through trying and nar
rowly missed 14-9 on the third
Jones set his records in his spe
cialty, the half-mile. Hobe and
Dick Towers of K-State set a blis
tering pace for the first three laps
which saw Towers leading most
of the way.
Around the last turn it was too
much for the Wildcat and he
faded badly as Jones roared on
to win in 1:57.3.
This was 1.1 seconds better
than the old dual mark set bv
Kopf of Nebraska in 1947. What
was even better wras that it
eclipsed the all-time Nebraska
880 record of 1:57.1 set by Bobby
This was all the record-break
bv two vards in the time of
Jacobsh Leads Off
Ken Jacobs started the Huskors
off on the right foot by rapturing
the mile in 4:26.9. "Jake" Was
pressed most of the way by
K-Stater Ted Hanson who fin
ished second. Oene Yolk in of the
Huskors copped the third place.
Jacobs also brought in second
place points for Nebraska as he
crossed the finish line behind
Jones in the 880. Dale Schnackle,
also a Huskor completed the NU
sweep of the half. Wildcat Tow
ers, who had fought with Jones
for most of the race, finished n
poor fourth.
The other Huskor sweeps wore
highlighted during the evening.
The Scarlet took one-two-three
in both the 60-yard high hurdles
and the shot put.
Paul Grimm heaved the iron
ball 45-5 to snag the victory in
that event. Lowoll Neilson and
George Prochaska finished right
behind Grimm.
Bedker Wins Two
Don Eeriker captured one of his
two victories of the evening in
the high hurdles to lead his
Huskor males to that sweep. Don
skimmed the barriors in :07.6.
Second and third places went to
Dan Tolmnn and Blake Cathro.
In the low hurdles Bedker sped
to a :07.2 victory. Tolman again
took second and Wildcat Walters
placed third.
Other Husker first-place win
ners were Dick Meissnor in the
high jump and Bob Kruger in the
two-mile run.
Kruger staved-off a last-second
challenge by Cat Don Thur-
low to take the "long one." Bob
Ing during the meet although the led most of the way, but had to
Wildcat mile-relay team came ; battle at the finish.
within one-tenth of a second of
thai mark. The Kansan aggrega
tion of Don Thomas, Trevor Wat
son, Bill Stuart, and Thane Ba
ker edged the Husker foursome
Meissner Wins Easily
Meissnor had things all his way
in the high jump. Dick wasn't se
riously pressed as he won with
a leap of 6-4. Irving Thodc gave
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KEN JACOBS .... Husker distance man, got Nebraska off on the
right foot Wednesday night by copping the mile in 4:26.9. Ken
8lso picked up a second place in the 880 run.
the Huskers points with a second ' Barchus finished second and third
place tie with two Wildcats, Hos-h Baker in the 440 while Thode
, , . . c 1A gave the Scarlet then- onlv point
kins and Maupin at 5-10. j jn lhe 6f) wjth a 1hjrd bphind
The Purple's Herb Hoskins was ( Baker and Hoskins.
much better than a second-place i
tie in the broad jump, however.
Hoskins leaped to victory with a
jump of 23 feet 11 M: inches.
Thode turned in his best per
formance by copping second with
a 23-6:i-4 leap. Husker Glenn
Bcerline took third.
SThane Baker was the Wildcat
double winner as he copped firsts
in both the 440 and 60-yard
dashes. Lee Alexander and Bob
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Quits Sports
Another bomb shell was thrown
I into the intercollegiate basketball
scone whm Ijonr; Island univer
sity the mot recent ic1im of
big-tinic gambling announced it
would quit all college spoils.
Th Brooklyn school has been
noted for its outstanding basket
ball teams for many years. The
action also includes the cancel
lation of this season's four re
maining basketball kames.
Three slar players on the pres
ent, squad and one former team ;
member have been charged with !
taking $18,000 in return for fix-!
ing seven games.
These four, phis three stellar j
members of ihe national cham
pion C. C. Y. N. team and a '
player from New York Univor-,
sity, admitted obtaining a total1
of "25,000 in bribes, authorities '
said, ;
The arrested players are:
Sherman White, 6-foot. 7-inch
LIU forward who was the lead
ing scorer in the nation and was
the Sporting News' "outstanding
player of the year."
Leroy Smith. LIU playmaker
and ace set shot artists.
I Adolph Bigos. L. 1. U.'s main
! reboundcr.
1 Ed Warner, slar of C. C. N. Y.'s
national champions,
j Ed Koman, top scorer on the
C. C. N. Y. team.
Al Roth, C. C. N. Y. playmaker.
Harvey Shaff, a New Y'ork uni
versity leading scorer.
Ed Card, L. I. U. team captain
last year.
All eight players received the
bribes from Salvatorce T. Sollaz
7.0, according to the district attor
ney's office. Sollazzo is a Man
hattan jewelry manufacturer and
He remained in jail Wednes
day after state supreme oourt
justice Samuel H. Hofstadter de
nied Tuesday his latest plea for
freedom on a habeas corpus writ.
Ho has been refused bail.
According to rumor. District
Attorney Frank S. Tlocan isn't
finished with the sensational col
lege basketball expose that bas
kept the sports world on edge
practically out of the playoff pic- ! " '
Kansas State college was asked
Humphrey Enrolls;
Creates Problem
by Shirley Murphy
'Humphrey" has enrolled at
ihe University of Oklahoma.
Harold Keith, publicity director
a1 Oklahoma announced the en
rollment of a gigantic 364 pound
shot puller who was a mid-sein-esler
high school graduate. l.xMiis
Humphrey" Miller created an
equipment problem for John Ja
cobs, track coach for the Soon
ers. "1 have to put three towels in
his locker every day. It takes
that many to dry him after each
shower," savs Jacobs.
The Big Seven's outstanding
first year man in basketball is
Gene Landolt of the Missouri
I Tigers, according to the Univer
jsitv of Kansas Daily Kansan.
.The Kansan boosted the Mis
1 sourian because he was "a prime
factor in the Tigers' :-iH to ,ih up
set victory over Kansas at Co
lumbia on Monday night."
Sharpshooter Landolt was the
Mizzou's high point man when
7 Ticcv lost to KU in Law
rence. He has a season score of
149 points, an average of 8.3 per
game. From the field he had hit
54 baskets in 128 attempts.
National Collegiale Cham
pions 1950" will be the engrav
ing on the fourteen-mch tro
phies awarded to each letterman
on Oklahoma's champion football
I team. The player's name will
also be inscribed on the award.
Each player on the 60-man crew
has been given a watch by 'ho
.Sugar Bowl organization. The
bovs were Big Seven conference
and National Collegiate champs
last season.
i College wrestlers are begin
ning to get a boost for their tus
sles. Walter Smith, former Iowa
State grappler, has announced he
1 will give an engraved ring to
ihe outstanding wrestler on the
Cvdone squad. The winner will
be chosen at the end of the season.
Farm House Hands Phi PsVs
First Loss; Delta Chi Wins
N orris House
Win Battles
Norris House maintained their i
lead in league V Tuesday night
bv blasting Acacia. 39-19. The
Norris men had their 19 points!
iust before the firt half ended j
and then matched the Acacia ef
fort all during the second half.;
The win gives the Norris ,
House a record of 6-1 to date j
while the loss shoves Acacia
Joe Babcock led the contest's
scorers with 16 tallies while his
Norris teammate. Al Kramer,
connected for 11. Cunningham
nid 13 for Acacia and Meiner
gave six more to ihe Mason to
tal. Cornhusker Co-op kept a firm
grasp on second place in league
IV by measuring Tan Kappa Ep
silon, 39-20. The Co-op men are
onlv behind Pioneer House in
that league to date.
The game was all over at half
time as Co-op led 25-7. Despite
Jerry Ewing's 12 markers, the
Tekcs were an easy foe through
out. Bob Heffelfingcr and Dale
Flood each garnered nine for the
by its president to examine its
policy on off-campus basketball
games. Une ot tne games m mi;
L. I. U. stars were charged was
the one which they defeated the
Wildcats, 60-59 in December.
Iowa State Athletic Director
Louis Menzr said he believed the
Question of Big Seven teams par
ticipating in Madison Square
Garden will be discussed at a
meeting next veek.
"Did you get home late from
the party all right last night'.'"
"Yes, thanks: execptthat just
as I was going down the side
walk to my house, some idiot
stepped on my fingers."
Another unbeaten basketball
team bit the dust in competition
! Tuesday. Phi Kappa Psi "B."
'owning a five-game win streak,
iran into the Bees of Farm House
land were subdued, 25-23.
j The upset produced a tie for
! first in league VIII between the
two outfits. The Phi Psi's had
; earlier measured the aggie cag
' crs.
! Farm House jumped off to an
learlv lead and led 8-4 at the
quarter, but a Phi Psi spurt over
ieame that margin and the losers
held a 13-12 halltime lean.
Take Over
i The Aggies took over again in
the second half and jumped to
a two-point margin which they
! maintained practically through
out the remainder 01 tnc con
est. Bob Britton of the losers led
the game's scoring with ten points
while teammate John Dick potted
eight. Marvin Paneitz topped the
Farm House scoring with eight
with Ray Vlasin adding seven j
T,aoH hr ihr fourteen Doints i
I of Mickey "Sisley, Delta Chi ran)
I all over Delta Sigma Pi to the:
tune of 30-19. A poor third quar
ter spelled doom for the Delta
Pi's as they ran up only one
j tally while the DX men were;
, counting ten. Halftime score j
'stood at 12-12.
Besides Sislcy's contribution.
: Frank Easterbrook dunked 11
Innintq tor the winners. Lincoln
I with eight and Hinkler with five
; were all the losers had to of
fer. J Brown Palace kept rolling
! along by blastings Theta Xi. 43
: 27. The Palacers jumped to a
! 1 8-6 quarter lead, widened that
, to 23-8 at intermission and coast
ed in.
L. Strclecki scored nine and
Don Stake pot ted eight for the
Palacers while Laase notched ten
for the losers for high for the
game. Bale of TX added nine
Phi Gamma Delta "B" got back
into the win column Tuesday by
Smacking the Sig Alph Bees to
the tune of 27-21.
After a slow first period that
saw "the score tied at 5-5, the
Fijis got rolling and held a 18-11
lead at the rest period. The Siff
Alphs closed in going into the
final stanza, but faltered in the
final five minutes to give the
win to the Phi Gams.
Maupin led the scoring with U
markers for the winners while
Paul Grimm added eight more.
Bob Jensen garnered eight for
the SAE's and Bruce Pcrrme got
Delta Sigs Win
Delta Sigma Phi rang vip its
third consecutive victory by out
lasting the men of Sigma Alpha
Nu for the second time this sea
son. The final score was 29-23.
The Delta Sics becan inching
away in the second period and
gained momentum in the last half
to win. They led 24-21 going
into the fourth quarter.
Marlin Downey and Bill Wil
son contributed seven points
apiece to lead the Delta Sigs.
Lochman earned six for the Sam
mies and Pvosenberg five more.
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NINTH STRAIGHT WIN . . , Husker Herb Reese is shown here decisioning the Iowa State heavy
weight to chalk up his ninth consecutive win this season. He'll try ior number ten Friday night.
Fashion Takes a Fling
Koradenim Pair-Offs!
Proceeding these wins
Huskers had defeated only
ver U. and fought to a
draw with Wisconsin.
Nebraska's victory over
State helps to substantiate
improvement. The
trampled Colorado in
by Glenn Nelson
Omaha U.'s niatmen will face
a much improved Cornhusker
wrestling team when they invade
the Coliseum Friday night.
Nebraska was victorious in
only one of their first six meets,
but they have displayed much
more scoring punch in their last
three engagements. Big Seven
opponents Kansas State and Iowa
State have gone down in that
order by the climbing Cornhus
kers in their last two duals.
the Bus
kers' onlv Big Seven loss by a
score of 15-7.
Top Condition
Coach Al Pnrtin expressed his
optimism in saying that his team
Sigma Chi,
Phi DeEts
Rout Foes
Sigma Chi "B" and Phi Delta
Theta "B" held their opponents
to seven and eight points respec
tively while amassing over 40 to
run away with their cage games
Tuesday night.
The Sig Bees routed Delta Tau
Delta "B," 41-7 while the junior
Phi Belts massacred the Bees of
Sigma Nu, 47-8.
In the Sig-Delt tussle, a 20
point third quarter produced the
rout. The game was close, only
two points separating the two
teams at the end of the first
quarter. The Sigs led 6-4. They
had stretched that to 14-6 at half
time. Then came the fateful third
period. As the Sigs frolicked to
their 20 counters, the Delts went
scoreless. The hapless losers sal
vaged one lone point in the
fourth as Ihe Sigs slowed up and
notched only seven.
Ben Leonard and Al Barnard
of the winners scored 18 and 12
points respectively. Hoppcns with
three was top man for the Delts.
The Phi Delts led all the way
in (heir run-a-way. Ilenkle
topped the scorers with 1.: point..1
Vhile mates lWKeii'.ic
Ver e,vh 1 . '' iod lime,
led the Nu's with live
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for Omaha
Brown. Ken
to meet Indian
the 147 pound
is in top condition for the meet
A back injury may sideline Har
old Gilliland. however, in favor!
of Darrell Adamson, Cherokee,
Iowa, sophomore. i
Al Johnson will take the mat
for his second time this season j
in the 167 pound class. He will j
lest his ability against that of
Lynn Ferris, Omaha U.'s top-1
flight grappler. !
A pair of brothers, Frank and
Charles Mancuso, will wrestle
for Omaha. Frank will battle
Perry Leitel in the 137 pound
match and Charles will face
Harlcy Richardson in the 177
pound bout.
Herb Reese, Nebraska's unde
feated heavyweight, will meet
the Indians' Howard Bryan, and
Dave Mackie wi
paired with Fred
157 pound class.
The 123 pound
known contender
to oppose Ken
Fisher is slated
Paul Bashes in
The dual will begin at 9 p. m.
immediately following the Ne
braska Wesleyan game. Coach
Partin announced that admission
to the meet would be free.
Th Nebraska lineup:
123 pounds Ken Brown.
ii Sets
New Cyclone
Scoring Mark
Capt. Sy Wilhelmi. 6-foot 5
-inch center, is now the highest
scoring center in Iowa State
basketball history.
His 18-point splurge agaim.t
Kansas last week raised his loud
for the season to 204 nine more
than Don Paulsen scored in 1949
He is the sixth Cyclone to score
more than 200 points in a single
season. Others were Jack Flem
ming, Al Budoll'son, Jim Myers,
Bob Petersen, Dudley Ruisch '(tul
Don Ferguson.
Other scorers on the team,
which is idle until Feb 26 when
it plays Missouri include
130 pounds Harold
or uarren Aaamsun.
137 pounds Perry Leitel.
147 pounds Ken Fisher.
157 pounds Dave Mackie.
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Heavyweight Herb Reese.
Biq Seven
Cage Crowds
Fall in 1950
Four Big Seven schools have
j reported a nose-dive in basket
ball attendance this season. Only
Kansas State and Iowa State are
showing larger crowds for the
cage sport while the University
of Kansas is drawing about the
same size crowds.
Kansas State, with a team
closing in on the championship
and playing a new two million
dollar field house, has attracted
95,900 for nine home games a
record for Big Seven members.
The big decreases have been at
Oklahoma, Nebraska, Missouri
and Colorado.
Colorado (4-16), suffering its
worst season in years, is down
an average of about 1700 per
Nebraska's attendance also has
gone down with its team stand
ing. The 1950 Huskers, who
shared the title with Kansas State
and Kansas, drew 24,166, an av
erage of 4027 for its first six home
games. This time the average for
the first six was only 2904.
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