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Final Punch To
By TOM BACKER
Sporti SUM Writer
Inexperience, says Coach Harry
Good, Is Nebraska's big trouble
"We've just too young."
Nebraska took it on the chin
Saturday nijht as Missouri
Sigma Phi Ensilon n
nicked the Huskers, 60-55: s,sma A1Ph Epsilon 5
thanks largely to the ffnrt Delta Tau Delta 4
center Bill Stauffer, who Sia Ch 3
dunked 31 points. Phi Delta Theta 2
in me nnal minutes of a close !rm "mma Delta 1
IM Cage Standings
t $ 1 if a lis
baskjSTEER BUCKY ... Jim
"Bocky" Buchanan adds a little
experienced spice with the Hus
kert comparatively green bas
ketball crew this year. The Hus
kers, riding in the Big Seven
conference cellar, have de
pended on Buchanan's point
producing and p 1 a y-making
game," Good continues.
uu nnal puncn.
"Because of a lack of strength
in the center spot, the boys
dont have confidence in the
post and are consequently rely
ing on long shots at crucial
times," the coach added.
iviis,souri s screenme a a in a
proven aavantagous against the
coniusea Nebraska defensive.
Good felt that if the officiating
had been a little closer a few mow
rows would have been called
Despite an inefficiently at the
center spot Coach Hood ho.
Ileves that the squad is definite
ly improving and doing better
than he had expected.
Joe Good suffered a broken
nose in the fray and spent Sun
day at the mfirmery where he
was operated on.
Nebraska will meet the Soon
er from Oklahoma Saturday
nirht at the coliseum. Oklahoma
hosts Iowa State at Norman
The Sooners sport a 3-3 record
in the Big Seven conference and
claimed an undisputed third place
dui dropped a 43-39 non-confer
ence decision to Texas.
Sherman Norton and Walker
are pacing the Oklahoma offense
with 45 points apiece in four con
ference games. In all games, Nor
ton leads with 200 tallies in 15
S port at fas
Theta Xi o
Alpha Tau Omega 6
Phi Kappa Pst 5
Sigma Nu , 3
Kappa Siema 3
Delta Upsiron ............ 2
Alpha Gamma Rho 1
Beta Theta Pi , 0
Farm House 7
Brown Palace 5
Beta Sigma Psi 5
Pi Kappa Phi 3
Delta Sigma Phi 2
! Acacia .. 1
jTau Kappa EpsIIon 1
Pioneer House 6
Theta Chi 5
Cornhusker Co-op 4
Zeta Beta Tau 3
Sigma Alpha Mu 2
Norris House 1
Delta Chi 0
Sigma Chi 6
Phi Gamma Delta ........ 5
Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... 3
Phi Delta Theta 3
Sigma Phi Epsilon 1
Delta Tau Delta 0
Alpha Tau Omega 6
Alpha Gamma Rho 5
Phi Kappa Psi 5
Sigma Nu 2
Kappa Sigma 1
Delta Upsilon .'0
Farm House 5
AGR Scrubs 1
Ac Men's Club No. 2 0
W L INDEPENDENT
Ol LEAGUE X
2 Dorm A Comets 6
3 NROTC 5
4 Shortys 4
5 Dorm A Stars 4
v 6 Nebraska Co-op 3
Dorms B-C 1
jj Delta Sigma Pi "B' 0
0j LEAGUE XI
, M-Street Boys 4
. Dental College Frosh 6
1 1 Delta Sigma Pi "A" 4
I Delta Theta Phi 3
5 Pill Rollers 3
1 Dental College Sophs 2
. Alibis 2
"I . LEAGUE Xn
jj Bearcats 4
Tuesday, February 5, 1952
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Nebraska Mat men Play Host
To Wisconsin Wrestlers
The University of Nebraska
wrestling team will run into some
3 1 Big Ten opposition this week
3 -when they battle the University
By DENNY BOHRER
WAA Sports Columnist
For fhe first time in the histnrv nf Orant Memorial there are too
many boys in the girls' physical education department. In Mrs. 'Beta Theta Pi 4
C's co-educational square dancing class, it is nothing unusual to see Beta Sigma Psi 2
giris dancing xogetner in mat class, dui to waicn Doys dancing xo- rioneer House 1
gether is really something new. Any girls that would like to work an Delta Sigma Psi 0
extra hour into their schedules, would be greatly appreciated.
The intramural table tennis tournament is well under way.
There are a hundred girls entered in the tournament, forty of
whom are Kappas, so it will probably take until spring to get to
The first round has been played, and girls still in the tournament Baptist House .
are: Carol French, Dorm; Sue Huddeston, Alpha Xi; Boobie Russell, inieinoaist House
Newman Club 6
Lutheran House 4
Presby House 3
Kappa; Kay ChristoffeL Alpha Phi; Rosmary Amos, Chi Omega; Lois InterVarsity 1 5
3 By ARNE STERN
3 Four gymnastic teams will meet
5 1 here on February 16 when the
6 Nebraska squad plays host to
teams from Iowa, Kansas State,
L and Colorado.
1 Coach Jake Geier expects this
1 meet to be one of the early sea-
2 son's toughest, for the three
4 visiting teams all have strong
6 The Husker squad competed in
Minneapolis, last week, against
Ltne university of Minnesota gym
o.nasts. The powerful Gopher squad
1 ran away with the meet, but two
3 1 of the Nebraska squadmen fared
41 quite well. Max Kennedy, of Bea
4 trice, captured first place honors
in the tumbling event for Ne
L braska's- only blue ribbon. Tom
O.Kidd, Lincoln sophomore, gar
2jnered three third places, and
3 Coach Geier feels that after a
3 1 couple of meets, Kidd will work
5 out in rine shape.
of Wisconsin in Lincoln Wednes
Last year the two squads
grappled to a 12-12 deadlock
and everything points to an
equally tough battle this year.
The public is invited to witness
eight top wrestling matches and
here Is how they will stack up:
In the 123 pound class, Wiscon
sin will offer Jerry Nussbaum and
the Cornhuskers Don Beam.
Nussbaum has won six matches
this year and lost four. Beam will
be competing in his first meet for
the Huskers. He is a junior and
will replace Jim Farris ui this di
vision against the Badgers.
The 130 pound clash will pit
Wisconsin's Don Hill against
Nebraska's Darreli Adamson.
Hill is the holder of a four win,
one loss record and lost a close
3-2 decision to Harry Arthur
of Indiana. Adamson rdll get
his second start of the season
and Coach At Partin has claimed
that Adamson has "showed
It'll be Badger Louis Zur
against Jerry Wolpa of Nebraska
in the 137 pound class, Zur has a
2-1 record this year. Wolpa is a
junior and "a good wrestler, al
though not in top condition," says
Al Partin. Wolpa won his last
match against Colorado State col
In the 147 pound carnival.
Jerry Seeber will face Husker
consin team and has won 25
straight wrestling matches. He
has taken the Big Ten 157 pound
wrestling title twice and his only
defeats came during the NCAA
In the 1S7 pound department,
Wisconsin's Ed Mathews will
meet Leo Heng. Mathews has a
4-2 wrestling record thus far
in the season. Heng is a senior
and this will be his first meet.
"He's a very aggressive wrest
ler," claims Coach Partin.
The 177 pound clash will fea-
rnjr iaeieu. oeeuer possesses a ture John Falter and Husker
5-1 record and has come along Dave Mackie. Falter won three
i ll v j . I Hlu ;" straight matches before he was in
teU has gained the title of ' thejjured in his bout witft Joe stur.
uiipiuveu winner uin gis 0f Northwestern. Mackie
j vai q oiuau kj vuovit a ai tin.
Ed Lane will face Don Ryan
in what might well be the fea
ture event of the meet Lane is
a fine wrestler and is the win
ner of the squad's "tough-luck"
title. Lane lost eight matches
last year by only one point
A great deal could be said for
Ryan. He is captain of the Wis
Oklahoma Wrestlers Prepare
For Meet With Iowa State
With Bill Borders and Tommy
Evans, its twin aces largely recov
ered from influenza, Oklahoma's
wrestling team, defending NCAA
and Big Seven Conlerence cham
pions, goes norm in automoDiies
Thursday to wrestle its most cru
cial dual meet road trip of the
In fact Coach Robertson's
Sooners, protecting a short win
ning streak of 11 consectutive
dual meet wins, finishes its 1952
dual meet road slate on this
one of the Huskers ranking con
tenders, having won all his
matches this year.
Art Prchlik has established
2-3-1 record for the Badgers in
the heavyweight class and will
meet either Don Boll or Ed
Ilussman of the scarlet Both
Huskers are members of the
"Boll has taken to the sport in
fine shape," states Coach Partin.
His potentialities are great and it
is quite possible that he could
land a berth on the Olympic team.
The Olympic style of wrestling is
Oklahoma has heen in artinn different than regular wrestling
but twice, stopping Colorado A&Mlin 0131 th premium is on strength
25-3 and Oklahoma A&M 14-12. aid power. Both would be to
Iowa State, heavily manned by , 0liL? dvaniage:
freshmen, is all-victorious and
owns a 19-9victory over Wiscon
sin. Iowa Teachers lost 11-14 to
Purdue, then beat Michigan State
and Wheaton. The Panther "B"
team clobbered Grinnell's varsity
zi-o tne nignt or the Purdue match
which illustrates how seriously
iowa reacners takes its wrestling.
trip, meeting all-victorious Iowa Pma-Pona ToiimAV
State at Ames Friday, Iowa t' '"3 ru,ly lOUmey
To Begin Friday
Eddy. Wesley House.
Also winning the first round are: Ann Griffis, Kappa; Gale
Wellensick, Kappa; Norma Setzkorn, Town club; Betty Roessler,
Gamma Phi; Tikki Rothenberger, Kappa; Ginney Cooper, Pi Phi;'Doan Nuts
University Aggies 8
Dodie Newman. Kappa; Sue Adams, Kappa.
Others are Jean Blikenstoff, Wesley; Jan Glock, Chi Omega;
Marly Solfermaser, Lutheran Student association; Patsy Peters,
Kappa; Darlene Gooding, Town club; Marilyn Frampton, Alpha Xi;
Joyce Laase, Alpha Xi; Yolanda Davis, Chi Omega; Phyliss Arm
strong, Kappa; Alison Faulkner, Kappa.
Also Sheila Brown, Chi Omega; Marion Brown, Kappa; Jackie
Red Guidons C
Ag Men's Club No. 1 .... S
Ag YMCA 3
Vocational Ag 3
Bob Yarwood. senior letterman
from Omaha, dislocated his fin
ger and could not compete against
ljthe Gophers. His participation in
ljthe contest certainly would have
2 aided the Husker cause in a
2 number of the events. Yarwood,
6 however, should be in shape for
6 the quadrangular meet
Husker Swimmers Face Busy
Teachers at Cedar Falls Satur
day and Arkansas State at State
College, Ark., Monday.
Evans, rugged little Tulsa junior
who won 16 bouts in a row last
year before losing to George Lay
man of Oklahoma A&M in the
NCAA finals, spent all of last
week in the infirmary with in
fluenza but came back fast in try-
outs this week.
In marvelous shape prior to
taking the flu,' Evans prov
ided the clincher in Oklahoma's
narrow 14-12 nose-out over Ok
lahoma A&M at Stillwater
January 19 by pinning Byron
Todd, veteran Aggie 147-Pound-er,
in 8:19 with a bar-arm and
half-nelson. Evans also won by
fall from Delbert Lock wood of
Colorado A&M in 4:49 in
Orr, Gamma Phi; Judy Pollock, Kappa; Nancy ; Stebbins, Kappa; Wpflf PnH Chnw MrirlrisH lmnrAuomnnt s" -."JL V" "e
Carolyn Gierhan, Chi Omega; Mary Jane Weir, Alpha Phi; Marliyn ' . wibiiiv.iii, Eothkl n iia.I n
Tyson, Kappa; Marliyn Martin, Wesley house; Katy Coad, Alpha Phi;j it was no disgrace for the Ne- Saturday the Huskers will en- u bonnd to hlvmkJt
Barbara Peters, Dorm; Marilyn Bamesberger, Chi Omega. jbraska swimming team to drop a gage in what looks to be a furious thinr ant of him
Other potential winners are Beth Alden. Alpha Phi; Barbara 1 71-22 dual meet to Iowa State last! rfnnhle Hnni Hauler rviWar.! uua-
Stephens, Kappa; Margaret Moore, Chi Omega; Joy Nixon, Kappa; Saturday. The Cyclones possess AJtf the University of Kansas u9i,. "ts week
Barbara Mann, Alpha Xi; Mary Jean Nichaus, Chi Omega; Mary Janet' one of the country's top aquatic and Nebraska will hook up in a eTe muf?Hug i v Picture
Reed, Kappa; Pat Wiedman, Sigma Kappa; Joan Armstrong, Gamma; teams and some of the finest swimming carnival that will start i "PP8,1 tnat Oklahoma s lme-
swimmers m tne pounrrv. un tmvat 7. nm at the nnni w-ww uvu
. u:- 41 " . 1 i i i
ui uus, uie limes snoweu un-
Phi; Alma Stoddard, Independent; Marion Urback, Wesley House; Jo
Savage, Chi Omega; and Janet Bailey, Alpha Phi.
Iowa State winter sports teams
will take part in five contests this
week with each sport showing
once during the six-day period.
Chick Sutherland's e a g e rs
epen the week tonight (Mon
day) at Norman in a contest
that will involve the Oklahoma
Sooners. Prior te the Cyclone
contest at Kansas Saturday the
Iowa State and Oklahoma fives
were tied for third in the loop.
Tuesday night the junior varsity
will meet Grinnell in the men's
gym. The game was originally set
for a January date, but was
moved to the later time because
of icy roads. i
Friday the big track rivalry
f the state will be renewed
when Iowa State faces Drake
at the Drake Field House. One
f the toughest meets of recent
years is expected for both teams.
Two contests are scheduled for
Saturday. The wrestlers will be at
Manhattan, Kan., for a duel with
Kansas State. The home-standing
swimmers will meet Colorado. In
that meet the Cyclones hope to
alter one or more national records.
Kid Gavilan is still the world's
provement on many Husker swim
Bob Brown is second ranked
national intercollegiate swim
mer in the country. Brown
clipped off a 51.2 clocking in
the 100 yard freestyle race. Lee
Anderson is a ranking back--
" On the Nebraska side of the
ledger, the times were much im
Returning from the annual Pro
Bowl game in Los Angeles, Otto
Schnellbacher, one-time Kansas
football and basketball great, says
the only guy who hit him hard all
season was another Jayhawker,
Mike McCormack, The latter
played so well as a rookie tackle ; proved. Calvin Bentz covered the
for the New York Yankees (now440 freestyle route in 5:19.4 see
the Dallas Rangers) that he,onds- This is the best time of his
earned a starting offensive berh career and is only four seconds
with the winning National League off tie Nebraska record of 5.15.4
team. i1 m
cv,iik,k ...v, ..... a Jerry Desmond also recorded
Table tennis enthusiasts will tret
their chance to make good when
the annual all-University tourna
ment gets under way Friday in the
A large number of ping-pong
specialists is expected to turn
out for the tourney, which of
fers a medal for the first place
winner and certificates to the
men placing second and third.
Entries must be turned in to the
activities office of the Student
Union by Tuesday noon.
Pairings for the matches will
be listed in the Union activities
office on Thursday. There will
be an elimination tournament un
til the quarter finals, followed by
a round robin tournament to de
cide the winners.
Winners of the first three places
will participate in the Big Seven
tourney which will be held here
on March 7 and 8. Co-sponsors
of the tournament are the Student
Union Competitive Games com
mittee and the intramural depart
Lost to the Huskers will be
the services of Kenny Fisher.
He has a chipped fracture of his
two Iumbard vertebraes. Coach
Partin says that his less will
weaken Nebraska victory hopes,
but that Fisher wO be out again
in a few weeks.
Coaching the Wisconsin Badger
wrestling squad is George Martin.
Martin was graduated from Iowa
State college and went to Wiscon
sin in 1936. He was the NCAA
and AAU 165 wrestling chamriion
while in college.
Jfrrr asbum J 23 .
Dim Hill ISO..
Louis Zor 1.17..
Jem Secbar ...147..
. . . Jerrr Wolpa
... Pmtt LMU
Reese or Bill Borders at 123. Bor.
Colorado A.M. will display some ders or Harold Reece at 130. Ron-
of their fine talent during this aid Scott at 137, Evans at 147.1 Two former Kansas footballers,
meet, jerry Darden, captain of Bryan Rayburn at 157, Frank, Otto Schnellbacher, former All
the Colorado team and ace Marks at 167, Joe Butler or Larry American end, and Mike McCor
sprinter and Carl Bailey, flashy ! Cotton at 177 and Doc Hearon at'mack, former All-West tackle,
220 yard freestyle man, will be heavyweight Coach Robertson earned starting berths in the re-
mspiaying meir wares oaturaay. pians to taKe along two spares.
'cent Pro bowl game.
215 North 14th St.
to the All-Pro defensive team at
halfback for the second straight
year, opened at that spot for the
American conference stars; Mc
Cormack at offensive tackle for
the National leaguers. Schell
bacher played his second season
with the New York Giants.
Big Ten Vies
The Big Ten and the American
Council on Education do not see
eye to eye on stringent athletic
The conference said Sunday
that it will seek personal repre
sentation before the group Feb. 16
A Big Ten spokesman said that
the league would like to arrive at
a more specific national sports
All discussion of renewing the
Rose Bowl pact with the Pacific
Coast conference was tabled by
faculty and athletic directors of
At a. m
welterweight champion a fterjln,aw",xtieasu,e' ' ,nrj
irrahbir, cniir .wi.i, frL The pact spires after the 1954
Bobby Dykes Monday night ! h, gm
It was Gavilan'. uLmA rfefenJ. Ty did agree, however,
his best timing of the season.
John Greer and Homer Munson
clipped off their top mark in
the sprint race thus far along
in the season. So, all was not
gloom for Coach Hollie Lepley's
The Husker swimmers will
meet Colorado university in their
next meet The place will be the
coliseum swimming pool and the
time will be 3:45 p.m.
31ain Feature Clock
Srkr4la Farnhkei by Taeslcn
Esauire: "The Browning Ver
sion," 7:24, 9:05.
. .State: "Room for One More,"
1:28, 3:30, 5:30, 7:31, 9:31.
Milt 4(urlum Muty it tiua
Kaha H Im H rat America'
Of his title.
bring out - of - season practices
within the limitations set up by
the National Collegiate Athletic
association. The ACE has askd
that all out-of-season practices be
abolished as well as post-season
jpvDon rpi Danny
--'JSSaaMawa. Trtnara iiaiaiiaj, MiMaaaaMlaMl 111 HI if
Another Big Seven graduate.
Oklahoma Stan West, opened at games.
derenslve guard for the National There did seem to be an at
leaguers. Billy Grimes, former, tempt to abide with the national
vauvi.iB mM.M uuu.a, yucii Kaie 01 Euggesiea reiorms. n was
ior me winners also. .
The meeting between Kansas
indicated that the continuance of
the Rose Bowl pact was upper
most in the minds of the Biir Ten
ana A-ansas oiaie at Jannaitan oiiiciais.
was the 120th between the twol It was suggested that Rose
ancient basketball rivals. The Jay- Bowl scouting be limited to two
hawkers have won 78, the Wild- game films rather than live scout
cats 42. Ung of all prospective bowl teams.
OU Has Track Prowess
Ma.k rmmt lit ( ItroaaVvt grin
ao4 yoar kmcest faww la the year'a
first great tmmiri
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The Oklahoma Sooners have
been picked as one of the top
contending track squad to re
place Nebraska as the Big Seven
indoor track crown winner. The
Sooners are packed with power-
plus iron men this year, but Coach
Jacobs of the Sooner camp would
never let it be known.
Quanah Cox is one of the top
spriuters In the conference along
with another Oklahoma speed -beat,
The Oklahoma entry for a re
cent dual meet showed the Soon
ers strong In every event The
Oklahoma Sooner track team:
60 yard dash: Cox, Price, Harry
tee, Don Soboc insist
440 yard dash: Charles Coleman,
Lee, Jerry Meader and 3. W.
! 880 yard run: Phillip Beeler,
Don Crabtreem, George McCer
mkk, Ron Reed, Deraid Smith
ana Jim Wilkinson.
I Mile: Crabtree, Wilinson, Bruce
Drummond, Mickey Hubbard.
2 mile: Drummond, Warren
60 yard high hurdlss: Ronnie
Dobson, Sol Jones.
60 yard low hurdles: Dobson,
Dick Jones. Sol Jones and Sam
I 440 yard relay: Sobocinskl, Lee,
I Cox, and Price.
1 Broad jump: Cox, Price and
Pole vault: Frank English,
Mai. t f.m, hum. f.m.
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