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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Thursday, November 151951
l-M Cage Tourney
Begins November 16
Many is the intramural athlete
who is dropping the oblong object
called the football for the spheri
cal shaped basketball. The time is
rapidly approaching when the
tdys will join the battle of buckets.
Charlie Miller. chairman of
physical education, has set up the
basketball plan allowing for
twelve leagues this year. Miller
has also outlined the policy that
will be followed In running this
years tournament. ...
All players must meet eligi
bility requirements for partici
pation in extra-curricular activi
ties as approved by the Univer
' sity Senate, October 11, ,1949.
All men named by the basket
ball coaching staff on the varsity,
B team and freshmen basketball
rosters as of Nov. 17 are ineligible
for intramural competition.
New personnel may be added to
the organization roster for the
purpose of basketball eligibility,
dui must pe registered at the in
tramural office one day before
participation. "B" team players
may be moved up to the "A" team
after 24 hours notice, and may
play one game with the "A" team
as a "trial or tryout," but no
playing his second "A" game can
not continue playing with the "B"
ieam. "A" players cannot be
changed to a "B" rating after
playing two games with the "A"
Any student playing: under an
assumed name or otherwise vio
lating eligibility rules will be
declared ineligible for all future
intramural competition, and his
team will automatically forfeit
games or events in which he has
participated. Team managers as
well as individuals concerned
are responsible for eligibility
conduct that will meet the spirit
and letter of rules for intramural
Players starting competition in
any activity as an independent of
a group or league must retain that
same organization affiliation until
the sport is completed.
The best three of four teams in
each league will qualify for the
all-University championship tour
nament (except the 'B" team
leagues, who play for the B cham
pionship). AH games will be played dur
ing the week, if possible to do
so. However, each team may be
scheduled for one or two Satur
day games during the month of
February. This will be necessary
in order to permit a double
round robin schedule.
Postponed games will not be re-
scheduled unless the games are
postponed by the intramural of
fice and then only for unavoidable
Two officials will be assigned to
eacn game. The teams will rro.
vide the scorekeeper. Each game
will start on time as scheduled
unless delayed by an earlier game
being played on the same court.
Each player will be required
to wear basketball shoes, pre
sentable pants, glass protectors
(if glasses are worn while play
ing). A disqualifying foul to
players not wearing proper suit
or dress will be given.
Games start promptly at the
scheduled time. Lineups must be
in the scorebook at least five min
utes before game time.
National college basketball rules
will be followed with the excep
tion of the timing of the game
which will be changed to be:
Four quarters of ten minutes
each; one minute rest between
quarters. Five-minute rest be
The timer will not be stopped
lor fouls, substitutions, or jump
For free throws, the player will
be allowed ten seconds or the shot
is forfeited and the opponents take
the ball out-of-bounds.
Each team will be allowed one
one-half minute time-out each
half. The timer will not be
stopped during this period.
In a vote taken by the managers
representing the various teams, it
was decided that the intramural
department would put the follow
ing ruling into effect: Letterman
from any college, university, jun
ior college or educational institu
tion above the high school level
will not be eligible for participa
tion in the comparative sport or
sports in the intramural program,
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jwsSS&rTi -J y Hag
Wild Scoring Fray Expected
Again; Bordogna At Tailback
INTRAMURAL SWIMMING MEET . . . Backstrokers entered in
the IM tank meet near the end of their event.
Gene Cotter Captures
Intramural Diving Honors
By RON GIBSON
Sports Staff Writer
Gene Cotter of Aloha Tau
Omega walked off with ton honors
in the diving event of the intra
mural swim meet Wednesday eye
ing at the coliseum pool.
Cotter scored 43.5 points to
edge Pete Slusar, who came in
second with 41.7 points. Slusar
is a Delta Sigma Phi.
Third in the event was Don An
derson of Beta Theta Pi with 37.2
points. Following Cotter, Slusar
and Anderson were Don Hewitt
ATO, fourth place with 37.1; Gay
lord Smith, independent, fifth
with 32.2; Bob Norton, independ
ent, sixth with 32.0; Pete Peters,
Beta Theta Pi, seventh, with 28.6;
and Gary Sherman, Sigma Chi,
with 23.7 points, eighth.
Scoring in the event was on
a 7-5-4-3-2-1 basis. Alpha Tau
led the organized houses with
10 points. Second was Delta
BY ARLEY BONDARIN
Sports "Staff Writer
Indications point toward an
other wild offensive show as the
Nebraska Cornhuskers devoted
the major portion of Wednesday's
practice session to polishing their
passing attack, in anticipation of
Saturday's game with the Colo
rado Buffaloes here at Memo
The Huskers worked their
pass patterns from both the T
formation and the "T.C.U.
spread" as developed by Dutch
Sigma Phiwith"fiveand third
was Beta Theta Pi with four.
Finals in the other swimmine
evems win oe neid Friday. Thirty-six
men Qualified for the ti.
nals. Independents led the field
with 11, and Beta Theta Pi led
the organized houses with six
qualifiers. Following were Delta
Sigma Phi and Phi Kappa Psi,
iuur; aigma Ju, three; Sigma Al
pha Epsilon, Phi Delta Theta, and
Delta Upsilon, two each; and Al
pha Tau Omega' and Delta Tau
Delta with one.
Events to be held Friday are
the 220, 100, and 50 freestyle; the
100 breast stroke: the 100 back
stroke; the 75 individual medley,
and the 200 freestyle and 150 med
The Beta Theta Pi's carjtured
the crown last year, and are the
favorites this year, as they lead
the organized houses in number
of qualifiers. In addition to this,
xney pned up points in the diving.
Meyer, Texas Christian men
tor. The utilization of the
spread was directly responsi
ble for the Nebraska triumph
over Iowa State, 34-27, last
With sophomore John Bordogna
doing the tailbacking, the Scarlet
and Cream roared back from a
7-21 half time deficit to counter
four touchdowns in the third pe
riod, bringing the Huskers their
first victory since the final game
of last season when the Oklahoma
Sooners thumped Nebraska 49-35
As is the case during every
practice session, pass defense
was given a thorough check.
Thus far this season Husker
opponents have completed 45
per cent of their tosses good for
1097 yards, an average of 13.5
yards per completion
Still on the doubtful list are
Bill Giles, Cliff Hopp, Tony
Winey, and Clayton Curtis. Giles
may be ready for action on Sat
urday. The availability of Hopp
is extremely doubtful, putting a
crimp into the Nebraska line
Saturday's game shaped up to
be a battle of Nebraska passing
against Colorado running. Out
at Boulder Coach Dal Ward has
developed a grinding ground
game centered around little 150
pound Woody Shelton, sophomore
Ron Johnson, and 205 pound all-
conference fullback Merwin Ho
del. Although reports have Ho
del listed as the Buff's third
string fullback, the big senior still
leads all Colorado backs in rush
A dry field, at least ud until
However, the big question is same time. is assured as stadium
Nebraska Coeds Keep Physically Fit
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By NITA HELMSTADER
WAA Sports Writer
Workshops seem to be the thing
this year. A Lincoln Board of
Women Officials has recently
been organized to conduct work
ships and give local and intra
mural ratings in volley ball of-
ah giris interested in receiv
ing a rating should attend a
workshop at either of the follow
ing time: Saturday, Nov. 17, from
9-11 a.m.; or Saturday Dec. 1.
irom 2-4 p.m.
The workshop will be held In
Grant Memorial hall on the
University campus. Announce
ment of the dates of the written
and practical tests will be made
at these meetings. Lincoln needs
women volley ball officials.
However, rated officials are also
needed for women's intra
murals. Please pass this in
formation on to all who would
Recreational swimming will be
gin Dec. 1 for all University
women. Anyone interested in
swimming can do so on any of the
loiiowing Saturdays, Dec. 1. Wee
8, Jan.- 5, Jan. 12 at 2 until 3 p.m.
Anyone desiring to swim must
secure a swimming permit from
Student Health Service, unless a
Main Features Start
Varsity: "Behave Yourself,"
1:49, 3:43, 5:36, 7:39, 9:44.
State: "Streetcar Named De
sire," 1:38, 4:12, 6:46. 9:20.
Esquire: "Mad About Opera,"
2:00, 7:39, 9:19.
permit has been obtained this
semester. A 10-cent towel and
suit fee, your own clogs, and your
own nat are an you need.
On the volleyball floor the
Dorm team one made the great
est score in their 86-9 defeat of
Delta Gamma four. Kappa
Kappa Gamma one was a close
second with their 79-13 win
over Chi Omega three team.
Delta Gamma one trounced
Alpha Phi two 65-10 on Thurs
day. Jan Champine was DG high
scorer with 13 points. Also on
Thursday Alpha Chi Omeea twn
beat Terrace Hall, 39-24. Kappa
one team started out this week
with their 79-13 defeat of Chi
Omega three with Ann Huntting!
scoring id poinis,
Gamma Phi Beta three beat
Delta Gamma two 49-30. Susan
Sveska was high scorer of the
game with her 13 points. Wanda
Barrett was high scorer with
17 points in the Dorm-Delta
Gamma, 86-9 game.
Kappa Kappa Gamma two
beat Alpha Omicron Pi three
by default. DG one team de
feated Kappa Delta one 45-22.
High scorers for the game with
11 points each are Barbara
Turner and Marilyn Vingers,
both Delta Gammas.
Dance intramurals have been
changed from Nov. 14, to Mon
day, Nov. 19. Any erouD mav
try out. The three best groups
will be selected by Orchesis to be
K.appa three won from Dnrmi n tho ann,,-.l nu; r-u:i
three by default. show
whether the ever-improving Ne
braska defensive line will be able
to check the rampaging Buffalo
ground attacl . Colorado has an
impresssive average of over 230
yards gained by rushing per con
test this year.
The development of the
Husker defensive line this cam
paign has been one of the few
bright spots in a rather dreary
season. The showing of sopho
mores Dennis Emmanuel and
Bill Schabacker at ends has
been a pleasant surprise as the
twa youngsters filled what was
expected to be a defensive
After a slow start, tackle Ed
Hussman, junior, has come along
touphold pre-season predictions of
his defensive ability. On the oppo
stie side of the line, sophomore
Jerry Minnick is being routed as
one of the Big Seven conference's
outstanding linemen as his fierce
and aggressive rushes have made J
him the most feared tackier in!
Junior guards Carl Brasee
and Don Boll form an almost
invulnerable wall in the middle
of the line. Big Boll, weighing
in at 250 pounds of solid mus
cle, is regarded as the team's
most improved player. Brasee,
former all-stater from Omaha
Benson, makes up for his lack
of size by aggressivenesss and
Coach Bill Glassford announced
that Bob Reynolds will definitely
De reaay ior tne Colorado con
test. Reynolds suffered bruised
rib muscles against Iowa State
but has responded to treatment
for the injury.
groundskeepers have kept the turf
covered with tarpulin since the
beginning of the week.
Coach Glassford indicated that
about 42 or 43 players will suit
up for the Colorado contest. How
ever, the final list will not be
announced until later.
(Include!. Flrsl Seven Games)
NEB. TRAM in
Karned flrf downs iin
J 5 Passes Intercepted by It)
; ' ; iunoacm, Sumner It)
1 tumbles 1m( . . n
8 Yards Penalized st'i
rwd. Passes. Attumntorf
Fwd. Passes, Completed
rwa. rasses Ids.
28 Yards Penalized
. Comp. intc.
Bordnraa 47 211 5
orrls 7ft a;t a
Reynolds . 14 5 2
AO. Caugbt Yds.
Giles . .
If it's a card for a Boy,
Husband or Dad, see the
Goldenrod Stationery Store
215 North 14th Street
THE REBOUND . . . Typict! intramural basketball action with
tbe battle of the buckets getting underway Nov. 19 this year.
Table Tennis Club Slated For Meeting
Friday; Tournament Plans Being Laid
calf, ui n
.KIM MUNICH KARL MAIDEN TE NNESSEE W1U4AMS
MATINEE Ho EVE. ItM
I4TH AND "O"
Table tennis club will hold
its first meeting of the year Fri
day In room 316 of the Union at
5 p.m. Membership in the club is
open to any university student
who Is interested in playing ping
pong. The club was inaugurated last
year by the Sludent Union with
the purpose of sponsoring all
table tennis activities connected
with the University.
Last year, the Union held an
all-University table tennis tour
nament and sent three of the
tourneys top ranking players to
the all Bic Seven tournament.
The team finished third In the
tournament that was held in
Lawrence, Kansas last year.
This j-ar the University of Ne
braska will be host to the tourna
ment. Tlans call for the meet to
come off during the second semes
ter. Jack Cohen, president of the
club, announced that the tables
would probably be brought up
from the Union basement and put
in the ball room to accomodate a
larger audience for the matches.
The club is planning other func
tions than just holding the Big
Seven tournament. Dual matches
with Nebraska College conference
schools; and an all-Universitv
tournament is being planned and
matches between the club's mem
bers head the calendar of the
clubs activities. During the half
time of one of the Nebraska bas-'
ketball games this winter, two of,
the club's top players will per-,
form an exhibition match. i
Jack Cohen is the all-Univer
sity champion and will defend
his title this year. Ed Sarkis
sian, Carl Fahrenbarh and
Cohen were sent to the Big
Seven tourney last year.
The agenda for the meeting will
include the election of officers;
the determination of club meet
ings and meeting times; and ten
tative seeding of players."
All prospective club members
should attend the meeting on Fri
day, as tl.e continuance of the club
and its functions, depend upon the
turn-out for, the meeting. r ,
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