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M-Street, Sigma Chi 'B' Still Unbeaten,
Defeat ASME, Phi Delt -B' In l-M Play
By BILL MUNDELL
Intramural Sports Writer
Two unbeaten intramural cage
teams continued to roar along
Monday night in convincing style
The M-Street Boys and Sigma Chi
"B" both added another mark in
the win column by blasting ASME
and Phi Delta Theta "B," respec
The M-Street grldders started
slowly In their rump over ASME
and led only 15-6 at halftime,
but the momentum had begun
and at the three-quarter mark
the tally read 49-10 and at the
conclusion, a resounding- 69-14
to give the M-Streeters their
fifth consecutive win.
Chuck Chamley and Bill Thayer.
led the assault with 12 counters
apiece while Stu Thorell con
tributed ten more to the winning
total. All nine men on the vie
torious team broke into the scor
ing column with four or more
points. Bob Kissinger topped the
engineer scoring with six counters.
The Sir Bees ran up a 12-4
first quarter score and then
stood still while Phi Delt Faul
Gustafson took sole responsibil
ity In the scoring- chores in the
second quarter. Gustafson's five
counters were the only second
period tallies to go into the
books and the Intermission score
read 12-9, Sigma Chi.
It was close for six minutes in
the third stanza with neither out'
fit ahead by more than three
points. With fourteen minutes re
maining the Sigs owned a narrow
17-16 lead. That was all the Phi
Delts had to offer.
Going into the final ten min
utes, the Sigs had stretched that
one point to a 22-16 score and
three minutes later to 28-16
Froliking on, it was no contest as
the fhi Delts managed only two
more points and went down to a
It was the seventh consecu
tive victory for the junior Sigs
who are the top fraternity "B"
outfit and tenth In the All-U
Ben Leonard led all scoring
with nine points toward the vic
tory. Teammate Al Barnard added
eight more while Larry Dunning
aroppea in another six. Tony
Winey was high man for the losers
with six points followed by the
Gustafsons, Paul and Don, with
five and four.
The Dorm A Stars kept in the
thick of the League X battle
Monday night but not without a
scare from the lowly Dorms
B-C. The B-C boys with a 1-6
record battled the Stars with a
4-3 record on even terms all the
way, in fact, led practically all
the way. The Stars had previ
ously whopped the B-C'ers,
Big Keith Kohrs, who was the
only Star that bothered the smaller
B-C cagers personally narrowed
down the margin and pushed the
game into overtime at 29-29. Until
that time, it appeared curtains for
The overtime produced two
counters by Star Keith Schwartz
in the first minute and a very ef
fective stall with Kohrs dropping
in the clincher with two seconds
remaining. The B-C men only
touched the ball twice during the
extra period and never had con
trol. Kohrs was the whole story
Stars' center ripped the nets for
23 points. Schwartz added six
more to the count.
For the hard-fighting losers it
was Charles Huestis who topped
the scoring with 16 while Dan
Houser contributed another six.
Out Ag College way the Uni
versity Aggies took undisputed
possession of first place in
league VIII by blasting the AGR
Scrubs, 47-4. It was the ninth
win in ten games for the Aggies
and also established a new all
time defensive record in allow
ing only four points to their op
position. The previous all-time
low was five, held by several
Phi Gamma Delta "B" exploded
for 21 points in the fourth period
of their contest with Sigma Alpha
Epsilon "B" and rolled to a 50-37
victory. The Fiji Bees led all the
University of Nebraska athletic
teams are going to be kept quite
busy this weekend. A full sched
ule face nil athletic teams with
the exception of Coach Ed Weir's
Highlighting the weekend fes
tivities will be the basketball
game between Coach Harry
Good's quintet and the Okla
homa Sooners. The Husker cag
ers will be seeking revenge for
the 60-55 decision they lost to
the Missouri Tigers on the coli
seum maples last Saturday.
Action between the two Big
Seven rivals will get underway at
7:30. The Huskcrs will be concen
trating their defense on Sooner
high scorer, Sherman Norton and
The Nebraska wrestling team,
tutored by Al Partin, will match
wits and muscles with the Uni
versity of Wisconsin in a dual
meet tonight. The meet will be
held in the coliseum and will be
gin at 7:30. The top match of the
evening should be the 157 pound
clash between Don Ryan of the
Badgers and Ed Lane of Nebraska.
The wrestling team will also
go Into action after the Nebraska-Oklahoma
game. The Cornhusker. matmen
. will face the Cornell college
grapplers immediately after the
Coach Hollie Lepley's swimming
team will meet Colorado univer
sity iri a dual meet in the coli
seum pool Friday, at 3:45 p.m.
The Husker swimmers will then
take part In a double dual meet
with the University of Kansas
and Colorado A. M. This meet will
also be held in the coliseum pool
and will' start at 2 p.m.
way but the SAE's were still in
the thick of the fight until that
last quarter flurry.
Murl Maupin notched 21 points,
13 in the last quarter, to lead the
way tor the Phi Gams. Jack Shull
was runner-up scorer with 12.
Tom Cushing topped the Sig Alph
effort with 15 points while Norm
Rassmussen added eight.
Shortys kept within shooting
distance of the eladers in league X
by throttling a wild Nebraska
Co-op outfit, 29-26. The score was
almost identical to the Shortys
earlier win over the same Co-op.
That score was recorded as 29-25.
Shortys kept the lead prac
tically all the way and were
helped considerably by the
wildness of the Co-op men. Sev
eral times a Co-op rally was cut
short by erring passes.
The victors presented a well
rounded machine the Nebraskans
couldn't cope with. Everyone on
the Shortys bench got into the
scoring act. Charles Bush and
Allyn Karle led the way with
eight apiece while Harvey Bet
tenhausen boosted the winning
total another six.
Don Gabriel, Allen Aden and
Dale Harned all notched six to
lead the scoring for Nebraska
The victors were especially un
canny at the free-throws line,
dunking 14 out of 19.
The Pluggers used four men
to run up a nine-point third
quarter lead and then stalled
out the remaining ten minutes
to edge the Ramblt.s, 42-41.
The Ramblers couldn't get go
ing until the fourth quarter and
by then it was just a shade too
Wednesday; February 6, 1952
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Glassford Plans Spring Grid Drills;
Invites Those Interested To Report
l-M Rosters Due Friday
All intramural basketball
managers are warned to have
their second semester basket
ball rosters turned In by 5 p.m.
Friday. These rosters must be
turned in whether or not any
changes from the first semester
are being considered and must
be on the official roster lists
available at the PE building.
Any team not getting their ros
ters in by the deadline will
automatically forfiet al lthelr
Coach J. William Glassford and
his assistants are busy preparing
for the opening of spring football
drills, which are scheduled to be
gin,on the 13th or 14th of March
Everyone's invited out, and
men interested should contact
mysejf or one of the other mem
bers of the coaching staff,"
He expects a fine turnout for
spring ball, and hopes that some
were talented prep players dui plans
April 5, when they appear dur
ing All-Sports Day.
Squad members who are out for
some spring sport will be ex
pected to report for spring football
ball drills, if only for a light
workout, the mentor said. Several
members of the squad are work
ing with the track and baseball
Coach Glassford announced that
Nebraska would probably con
tinue to use the T formation. He
to use spread formation
have, not worked with the squad plays along with the T, however.
The biggest problem which
faces the coaching staff at the
previously will come out.
Big Seven conference rules
allow 20 practice sessions dur
ing a 30 day period of spring
grid workouts. The Huskers will
conclude their spring drills on
present time is grooming an ef
fective quarterback. Those to be
considered for the position are
Dan Brown, Ken Moore, Emil
Radik, Duane Rankin, John
Bordogna and Don Norris.
In commenting on the Big Seven
ruling that freshmen will not be
eligible to compete in varsity ath
letics next year, Glassford said,
"The changeover from high school
to college in both sports and class
work cannot be made easily, and
it is to everyone's benefit to give
the freshmen athletes' a year of
preparation before they assume
Glassford had no prediction for
iho outcome of the Big Seven foot
ball standings next year, but said
he believes that Nebraska can w.n
if the men make up the)'- m-'s
to do the job, and work hard to
do the job well.
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