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Friay, March 2, 1951
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
In Season's Home
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The mighty University of Okla
homa wrestling team will invade
the Coliseum Friday night in a
dual meet with the Cornhuskers.
Coach Al Partin is expecting
top performance from his Nebras
ka te&ra, which has won its last
three straight duals. The Huskers
are in good shape and face their
most important dual test of the
Oklahoma, rated as the top
team in the cation and gunning
for the national collegiate title, is
a heavy favorite to win," Partin
said. "But the meet will feature
good wrestling at its best and of
fer a good opportunity to see the
top team in the nation.
Beat Aggies Twice
The Sooners boast two victories
over Oklahoma A. & M. They
defeated the Aggies early in the
season to break A. & M.'s dual
winning streak at 78.
Oklahoma holds wins over three
clubs which have beaten Nebras
ka. They overpowered Iowa
State Teachers 20-3, Colorado 23
3 in addition to the Aggies.
The Huskers have shown a
great improvement since these
early season losses, and should be
able to prove their progress in
the Friday night matches.
Five defending Big Seven
champions will take the mat
three Oklahomans and two Ne
braskans. Ken Brown, Nebraska 123
pounder, will wrestle Bill Bor
ders, Oklahoma conference
champ, in the opener.
The 130 pound match pits Har
old Gilliland. Husker returning
champion, against Jack Blu
baugh. Blubaugh won third place
in the national tournament last
year, but was beaten by Gilliland
in the Big Seven tournament
Two sophomores will battle in
the 137 pound event Perry Lei
tel meets Tom Evans, Oklahoma
state A. A. U. champ.
Ken Fisher is scheduled to
meet another Sooner sophomore,
Bryan Rayburn, in toe 147 pound
class, and Dave Mackie clashes
with George Jackson, 157 pound
Big Seven champ from Oklaho
ma. In the 167 pound bout, Al John
son wrestles Frank Marks, an
Oklahoma soph who was state
champion in high school. Har
ley Richardson, Nebraska 177
pounder, is paired with the Soon
ers Joe Butler, conference cham
pion last year.
Herb Reese, Rebraska's Big
Seven champion heavyweight,
will tangle with Larry Cotton,
who will no doubt give Reese his
stiff est competition to date, Reese
currently has ten straight vic
tories to his credit and is unde
feated so far this season.
The meet is scheduled to begin
at 9 p. m., following the Nebras
ka Wesleyan game. Student ath
letic tickets will be accepted at
the half of the Wesleyan tilt
Wt. XFBBASKA OKLAHOMA
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Phi Delts Nick Phi Gams?
Cornhusker, Beta Sigs Roll
" nosi jor me lasi lime mis season uu-ume nusner scoring recoiai
... VTV; t I ii Afloat:. Ac.nn;n sausraay nignt as the Oklahoma ; wun not too mucn enort against
The Missoun Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Associa-;SoonersJin4de Huskerland. The u,e Oklahomans. Bob is currently!
tion released their performance sheet for the 1951 Btg! Scarlet cagers, playing before 'only 13 shy of the record of 360
one, but two teams in first place. Both the Nebraska Corn-!ve townseivs a big boost last season. If Pierce does not do l
' IT - . . i tATHfim fftniK itlnstA f m tA irtrtr. if o niinct tha fib-iA ha rill K n o 1
huskers and Missouri Tigers will walk on y2 point .Ty angTngtoeir eariyihe finale ritaK?
the year, acordine to the MV release. The Sooners, led by guard Ted Pierce di
... . P.
Their performance sheet is as follows
Event MU NU
Mile Run 5 3
60-yard dash 2
Wicrh WnivilAa 4
440-vard dash ....3
880-yard run ....7
Mile relay 4
High Jump 4
Broad Jump 1
Shot Put 2
Totals 452 45V2
KS CU IS
18$ 16i2 15 3
That i how the race will end if all performers equal
marks establisnea during tne auai seasyu.
did alright for himself,!
Owens, routed the Huskers atjand the Huskers in the Norman
Norman in their first encounter' meeting between the two outfits.
this year. The final tally of that) Bob connected for 19 points to
contest was rung up 72-49 for the lead the Nebraskans.
home team. Owens personally! Bncky Nest
accounted for 26 points in the: 0arH Jim Ruchanan is the
most phenominal exhibition of number two scorer to date. Jim I"
shooting on the Norman maple has netter a total of 267 markers. H
this year. Rnw mt 19 ;n the first wti-Oil!
t o - - i
The invaders, currently in contest,
fourth place due to the setback) The Huskers are currently in'
thow intiA of tVio VignHc rvf tho: ila ritK Trui'Q totA f AT" fifth I
HTiccyMT-i THttAm 1 oet uOAlr ivillll ! on1 r i v t K nlflMe in i Ko mf
1 1 . 1 . -i. I - 1 L ... . . . 1
cuncn mai posiuon ana sun naverwitn inree wins na seven loses
room xo cumD to ax leasi secona; apiece. A o- record coma give
in tno Ri rr CA,wn ctanin fTC hv'lKa Cnfirlat tna frturth KiT-t h if
repeating over the NU cagers. jthe chips faD right If they top-
in addition, the iooners, wno pfed Oklahoma Saturday, now
have won 13 and lost eight this; everever, the Mizzou, the
season, couia compile meir nign- Tigers would sua lie aneaa moo-
wm-lost total in live years day.
&J as M.!?!???? Number 12
.a-. mam. ,. w w " J lWUCl UMUI. U.. lmnv
mile, resoectivelv and these two ocariei raueiureu w been nominated from several
rniie, respecuvciy &ui uicac .v - , ceen nomuiaiea irom icim IbiV
. 1 j.1 j .t Vancac rSHj Thp SllPPt unM Ka vun vf thf. vpar k fl lOEI &
not compete m uieae iwu eveuu i uoua" !"" - - -
lists Nebraska with five points in these two races, butjm tteBig SewnrS ofhisj rown
.. . - . j-t ii. . tt 1 11 -,f .ocli in mi fnr Kiirf ouisianaung success aner iu&uik, . mantii van-
tnat WUl ue live uie auaacis ui C all fixe starters and two top-;"":"
t wui uc iavc tuc uuawia w " all five starters and tw
A 1 4-Vnl- TnrfArTnor)6 ChWTQ . . . . . .
scarcely indicate the outcome of any track meet. Hurdles! Drake's boys wm n face; Jt ?g S plot
Will be knocked over, poles will break batons Will bean improved band of fornhus! F,oyd ofcity CoUege
j a i- t;n ntiA-rcrarrirt tracKSiers lurmiiK m -- -r v - of New York.
uruuwsi ouuiuvi - -o , , ., . , - , r ha also aone remarKeaiy weu -----
. . , j- n , dtnnnawl fnvnntips tje'nten-i .. . 1 n v.,,' He had been acting captain of
outstanding umtS a? "? fT iu " VvT " k
ing up and failing in the clutches. When the action be
v.r.toct S71 the Dressure the greatest, no per-
fonnance sheet will carry the athlete through.
On the subject or sneers, tne uauy ncurda
i . v oorpiMi in vpsterdavs issue figured the
standings on a 6-4-3-2-1 point basis. The official point
scoring at Kansas y.ui 17 f " r "r V. rt00 Ohcis. something
Tiu Ta. DelU while teammate Refiguring on this basis, all DUl.WJ-;C";V that seemed- impossible in Nor
vxxnich ned s. Woitemath Lsnte. Where it counts, however between Missouri and . Charles'
snn mHZA. - mu h r " - . ... ri . m
" nn-r. earned 9 for the losers. Nebraska the Huskers StUl come out wiui a ouc-mi Pugsley, Doug Lynn, giani jwar-
5iy teamT Fhi Delta Theta. won I Beta S!ma; cappea in no aavange juu 'JSfbT
thie an after losine all but nL!!5y.UTO1 a.v"'6 V""
rr" ITl,r,. ,, lact vpar"-; the IXJ.N 1 team since xne arrest
Sat the Huskers will be fighting 1 team at-s, 1 Roman, Ed War
mad after that stinging defeat ne and ajRoth
s?5-s s-M ass
nYnVrfrk hv the Nebraskans. j the same three games tney oio.
To win Coach Good's men will
By Martin Downey
and Bock Vun
Mil" W11 iWn'1Mfil'iW1fcifcii
Center Bob Pierce needs to
equal the all-time Husker scor
ilg record. Bob has amassed
a total of 347 counters this sea
son and has two more games in
which to set a new mark.
T ttaSorS C K S Estate 2 Kansas Univerp 1
f Setba!l itag over the Sig Alph's. JJ Colorado 16V'2 and Iowa State 3. . San Uncup
ThTrhi Drlt- deadly mcw-! The garter scores were 7-17,' Kansas State figures a bettter Chance to finish no; Coach Good will probably end?
.rTTed .ff. riving them the 24-21, 31-24, and 42-32. LftrW fourth with the definite return Of high jumper his new lineup against toe Soon-
" ,i 11 nd II ' . tC.VJXT!, Krhr Art RiiATins Aires competing in tne ran Miawu mwards pjerce at center, and
L 1 ' pn J? SrSesttaTnl would defmitely be in Kansas Oty to; Buchanan and Bob Mercier
J I-.- ?ta " f? compete. . f.F52
Other sources nave w lc
Delta Sigma Pbi coulAnt seem
v; w!nes!iay as
TO KtTL KVU.au& -
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( TeeteV w
GET ON TOP..?
STAY ON TOP!
in THE Q.S.KIK FORCE
Can you qualify for this start
toward the top?
Find out by seeing the U. S. Air
Force Aviation Cadet Selection
Team ... here ... on campus.
ALL NEXT WEEK
U. S. AIR FORCE
tia swenth rankine Sigma Chi j In. o,T riti tb rnveted title. The Bengals
- Wo,'- OnteS XO WU. onoj " - . 1 1 A '
Coraiiusfcer o - v rL
dumped in 51 points w versna- - -
Delta Si25 21. Harry vose nu
Vray flipped in 15 for Corr.kus- e 18-15 first half was very
yrr Ld teammate Dick Hunger- tigfat. Each team showed itsaW
d connected for 13. Jim Petti- ity to hit the hoop regularly The
-1 t"! .iv. TVi i, 1 i c;r' finish
Hn nrt Bill liSOn JL ujc secona nt- - -
fzitr garnered 7 each-
A Vi-eprng Sigma On
team walked over Alpha Gamma
Kho in a fratenuty wu
n,. Airoc ?fl counts couJoni
on too 32-23.
Jim Thomas led Sigma Chi
with 14. Kappa Sirs Guy Curtis
and Jim Minikus got 9-7.
Brown Palace came from De
Ae&esT 20 points cowan 1.... . -to ri 3?.2
match S:gma Ctoi s 52. Larry u-, 19.15 at half-time.
'roSed through three dual meets in convincing style to gain
the nod as tavonte in m H"lcl . .... 1
MU coach Tom Bolts isn't one to agree with that title (
prediction, however. In a usual crying-towel exbibition,
BttTSves the nod to the Sooners. He doesn't feel his.
Tieeiare too bad, though, and rates them a solid second,
ligers ax " ,, .- tft the Missouri mentor,
25 1 SNeSS'ir Tttiri Kansas SUt. ia
Sfijcilorado sixth ana Iowa State tomgmg up tie
rear- j. 1 Aifforart nnininn and that
iMtcnbJgmaDt xiie BeU's le ai na-B! f tv.pm caTTV too mucn weigwu licmciuut! .
ning and Bert Leonard f e dtfmpri in 14 for the none 3 of Kansas and the Jayhawkers
vincers matched 13 each. Aer; p,u.n while Weeks s high year no-one even ceara o.
m ijiuk ir Mie men n . isuiuhau -
4Um btm ith It
Sigma Nu slipped by a victory-
ifiiv rrTITir T4RT
all-aroiuia. ivrnl v. rn a?mb the
The game wert to th f, 17 .ni Je I17' 3:23'
that managed the most mj for USS: '
Bimien of wjnners KaseB. "V-,.'
in ?n ffora ones. Team- p-" .'"" ; 1 . van . i-w. .
rsw3sf,r12rv,re. berg Pi - "Wto. Westerner.
in xne aik.m 01.
. . .r. . x- 4V10 a flier Ii CI
Sigma- Pbi Epsiton j hmrt ATO club for a 54-4A win. f h
k"" wn 5 own ieiii lau ' .. , k firMm
iLTlTXeLs the f.ur-.h
cuarter. Brandon pushed n iz
lor the winmrs. teammate mn
Ben aided with 18. Jack Beechan
of the D-U collected 9.
nm TnAt m7vb& the way
f or an eafy Cella Tau Delta vic
tory over Alpha Gamma Kb
The first cuarter aw AOKS
Campus Interviews on Cigarette Tests
Hunter 13...iG SGS.
v- ucii irtfi the lead after
J:.4 r annn a 46-33 Ver-
diet over the Methodists. Clark
i Doug Barry of the ATCTS con
nected for 18-
Phi Ps' Frolick
Unbeaten Phi Kappa Psi .v- w;th 14 and Norm Loih-
cv a third-ouarter inea ai j ... ,, j,a the Pres-
wrge to annex thejr raaeth j Dk.fe S3t4erfield led the
ilftraigVit victory Jerry ii Methodists with 12.
the Anderwm. boys, tearned p Mf"L 5tT . nd team
4umj to a - lead. This came to 20 and 12 points to teas v-JL 7"1ob rolled er an im-1-
v,it the Dell's took i Ph. Psi's. Blata got ten for the XemmaB Clo rouea eer
over at hall tsme. leading 1 8-1 1- tesers. c. Kwk -Kh 15, Jack Walen-
The third charter reboard The lteWly 1 fSh MTi'eB
r " tnt 2.-41. .The r n 9 an, lce
stt8T: i'eneance alley,
1-5, 3:31, 5:27, 74, SL
AROUND THE LOOP...
To Golf Team
by Shirley Murphy
Three lettennen wifl form the nucleus for the University of 5fe-t-raslui
golf team this spring. Coach Marvin Franklin announced.
Joe Gilford, Dick Sponger and Doug Dale are the returning
Jternea. Among the top sophomores will be CJjkk Estiey, Erv Pet
erson, Dk-k and Jack Itockenlively.
FrankJin beeve be will have the best balanced squad to sev-
,1 .n ty indidate are ooniirtjt:y to the lew 70s-
Virgil Severcs of K-Stale took the Pan-Amerkan high jump in
Buenos Aire. He won with a leap i tour and three-fourths
toebffls. Severn Is (defending conference Indoor co-cbajapkm.
Coach Hayletfs star nigh jumper win retAim from the South
Amerkan coolest sown enough to pwtidjwte to the Big Seven tator
track meet at Kansas City.
"H.umpae' lost his pants but ma.de a goal to Pr8Ctlcie
IxmiIs -Humphrey JOJer, Cfldahorria's 2W-pumd freshman shot
pufler has been having trouble beating 4fl feet because he doesc'l
arch the l-pouni shot high enough.
Tou throw aH bullet,' complained Coach John Jacobs. Tve
rot to teach yon to lob"
Tbe Sooner coach tied a lard can to the rafters and tovtted l
ler to make a basket, bopihg to teach the freshman to stow tor more
-Humphrey" reared back and with a mijty effort, heaved the
steel ball. Rcwever the strain broke the to string about bis waist
nd bis sweat pants dropped to bis ankles, but be pumped the shot
twuarely into the can. ' .
Jacobs balled practice and walking to the equipment room bor
rowed two M-tod buckskin shoe strings. Tying the shoe strings
togetber Jacobs presented ihem to Miller who labortously threaded
thera around bis waistband, then renewed his bombardwrjt on the
The twenty-third running of tt Big Seven indoor tw cham
pionships at thf Municipal Auditorium to Kansas City Friday and
Saturday should be one of the most colorful to conference history.
Some 159 of the Big Seven's lineet competitors and about 25
lrom Kansas City high cchoob rv been entered. Adding color and
entertainment will be two Kansas City bands.
m-e Colorado seniors have made their final cage slKwmg.
Wayne Tucker, Fred Johrawn, J FroMad, Hal MVejr and Bill
CJy are the departing players. Tl live vrtormen dotnxi tte Sil
ver and Cold for the last time agalost toe Jayhawkers on Monday.
In another Tuesday game, the
Phi Delt Bee's wldpped by a
fighting Beta Sigma Psi team to
tie long end of a 23-19 score,
Walt Weaver was high for the
Phi Delts with 14. Huebner and
Pearson matched 7 each lor the
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tests and realized you cduldn't fairly judge a cigarette's mildness with a
mere one puff or a swift sniff. Right on the spot, she decided they weren't
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smoke on a pack after pack, day after day basis.
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