The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 12, 1952, Page 3, Image 3

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To Start
Assistant Snorts
The University Coliseum will be
ie s,cene 01 the 1952 Nebraska
gn acnooi Basketball Cham
pionships, which get under way
Wednesday, and continue through
Thirty-two teams will be bid
ding for championship honors
In the four divisions A, B, C
and D. A field of more than 500
teams was entered in prelim
inary playoff meets, which de
termined the state tournament
'Classes B and C will open the
forty-second annual running of
the tourney on Wednesday at
12:30. A and D preliminaries are
scheduled for Thursday.
- Two sessions will be held each
day, with games being played on
the freshman and varsity courts
simultaneously. The Wednesday
Thursday, and Friday programs
Will start at 12:30 and 7 p.m.
The finals, slated for Satur-
Entries are due bv 5 n m Fri.
day, March 21, for the all-Unl
versity singles and doubles bad'
minton tournament.
The entries are to be brought
to Room 102, Physical Educa
tion building and entered on the
roster sheets.
Games will be scheduled rc-
cording to times trie courts jn the
uunuuig are avauaoie. iwo out 01
three games will constitute a
match. Winners of the match will
advance in the tournament.
Pairings will be posted on the
bulletin board in the Physical
Education building. Flay begins
Tuesday, April 1.
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Courtesy Lincoln Journal.
SERIOUS WORK AHEAD . . . These men are three of the reasons why Husker fans are hoping
to see an improved Nebraska footbal team take the field at Memorial Stadium next fall. The
players are Jerry Minnick, tackle (left); Kay Curtis, linebacker; and Dennis Emmanuel, end. All
three lettered last fall Minnick and Emmanual as sophomore linemen. They are currently taking
part in the Cornhusker spring football program.
28 Teams Play As IM
Volleyball Season Opens
Intramural Sports Columnist
Intramural volleyball got under
way Mondiiy evening with 14
matches entering the books
Twenty-eight of the 33 outfits
entered saw their first action with
the remaining five set for their
first outing on Tuesday.
The opening night's action
produced some gratifying re
sults, the teams seeming to be
evenly matched with only five
weeps in the 14 matches.
Phi Kuppa Psi "A" and Beta
Theta Pi copped three games in
league 111, dumping Theta Xi and
Dcltn Sigma Phi, respectively. The
Phi Tsi scores were 15-8, 15-2, and
15-3 while the Betas won on
scores of 15-3, 15-10 and 15-8.
League V produced one sweep
as Pioneer House Incorporated
dropped Delta Upsilon "B" on
15-9, 15-13, and 15-9 counts.
Presby House and the Archi
tects each won three games
from the Ag Men's Club and
the Lutheran Student Associa
tion, respectively. Presby tri
umphed in its league VI en
counters 15-10, 15-10, and 15
13 while the Architects rambled
15-1. 15-5, 15-4.
League I results were recorded
with Sigma Phi Epsilon dropping
Sigma Alpha Epsilon two games
to one and similarly Sigma Chi
over Phi Delta Theta. The Sig
Ep victory was in scores of 15-17,
15-13 and 15-12. Sigma Chi was
the master 15-6, 15-2 and 15-12.
In league II, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon "B" edged Delta Tau
Delta, 15-13, 14-10 and 16-14
while Phi Gamma Delta "A"
was winning over the Sigma
Nu Seniors, 15-5, 15-8 and
Sigma Nu got revenge on the
Fijis in league III as the Sigmn
Nu Actives defeated Phi Gamma
Delta "IV, 15-7, 7-15 and 18-16.
League IV action saw Delta Up
silon "A" dropping the Farm
House, 15-11, 15-2 and 13-15 while
Alpha Gamma Rho was downing
the Sigma Nu Pledges, 15-4, 15-13
and 13-15.
Brown Palace took two from
Four -
day, will feature the title fames
of each class. All of these final
contests will be held on the var-
sity court
Class C finalists will play at
10 a.m., followed by the Class B
top lives at 11:30 Saturday morn-
ing. The Class D and Class A
championship games will start at
ana s:zo p.m.. respectively, on
mat evening.
A field of eight teams will
compete in each of the classes in
the first rounds of the tourney
on Wednesday and Thursday.
Class A entrants are Hastings.
Lincoln iNortneast, ram Uity, Fre
Platte, Creighton
Tech and Scotts-
Fremont, surprise winner of
last year's carnival, won the
Fairbury district playoffs. They
enter the championships with a
13-5 season record, but still have
their sparkplugs Ron Donahue
and Johnny Neff, who could
Starts Friday
In case of a large entrv list.
winners of the leagues will play
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xui uie individual cnampionsrnp,
The team winner will be deter
mined by points awarded by ad
vancing in the tournament. A
trophy will be awarded to the
championship fraternity. Medals
wui be given to the singles and
doubles team winners,
Players must provide their
own birds. The University will
furnish the rackets.
Courts will be available Tues -
days and Thursdays from 2 to 5 1 Wednesday night games in Class
p.m. for piactice. Regulation AAUjC pair Gibbon against Wakefield
-ules will govern all matches. land friend versus Battle Creek.
Prepare For Spring Drills
Sigma Alpha Mu on scores of
15-4, 16-18 and 15-4 while
Cornhusker Co-op was com
pleting league V action by de
feating Zeta Beta Tau, 15-5,
7-15 and 15-0.
Intramural sports will take a
vacation for five days beginning
Wednesday because of the State
High School Basketball Tourney.
All sports will resume Monday,
March 17 while entries for the
badminton tournaments, singles
and doubles, are due March 21.
Win Honors
Two portals of acclaim were ob
tained Monday night on the Uni
versity of Colorado maples as big
Clyde Jjoveuette set a new conier
ence scoring record in leading
Kansas past Colorado by a 72-55
margin to win the Big Seven title.
Lovellette netted a total of 41
points in notching the new confer
ence scoring record. Clyde accum
ulated his record total on 18 field
goals and 5 free throws.
The win gave the Jayhawks the
Big Seven conference crown as
they finished the season with an
11-1 won-lost record in the con
ference. The KU win left Kansas State
in second place even though the
Wildcats defeated Oklahoma 79-58
at Manhattan Monday night. A
Wildcat victory and a KU loss
would have necessitated a playoff
game at Hutchinson, Kans., for the
Final Bl Bcvei flllndluH
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Ki.tmn 11
Kmium Hill .... 10
MUkimi-I 0
Iowa Hist 4
Colorado 4
Oklahoma 4
KebrmVa M.M..
U" peons
rep Teams
pace another state title drive.
Hildreth, Class C champs a year
ago, had some trouble gaining the
state tournament. They have a
weii-oaiancea club sporting a
nefty 22-1 record for the season
lne otner aeienaing state
champion returning to defend its
crown this year is Millard. Utica
and Bennington both gave Mil
lard a tough race during district
playoffs. The eastern Nebraska
team carried a rough schedule
for a 16-11 record.
David City, Class B ruler last
year, lell before Belleyue, 31-39,
in the semifinals of the David City
North Platte heads the Class
A teams in points-per-game
average with 53.7. They meet
Lincoln Northeast, an early sea
son conqueror, in the first round
of the Class A playoffs.
The Wednesday afternoon ses
sion of Class B contests begins
with Minden playing South Sfoux
City. This tourney opener is'
scheduled for 12:30.
At 1:50, Seward meets Ord in
the second Class B game of the
day. Seward boasts an 18-1 season
slate, while Ord has managed only
Evening performances in Class
B match Plainview against Ger
ing and Holy Name versus
Crete. Plainview and Holy Name
are the seeded teams in each of
these battles.
In Class C, Hildreth and West
Point will open the card, with de
fending champion Hildreth the
seeded five. Chadron Prep takes
on Adams in the late afternoon
Buff Golf
ream Here
April 26
The University of Colorado golf
schedule calls for the Buffalo golf
t am to travel to Lincoln for a
match with Nebraska's linkers
April 26.
Fourteen duals and two tourna
ments have also been scheduled
for Colorado's golf team .his
spring, Athletic Director Harry G.
Carlson announced today.
Les Fowler's Buffs open against
A&M March. 22 at Fort Collins
and meet Regis and the Aggies
at nome oerore taking off on a
five-day trek through California
and Arizona.
Team tryouts will be held this
weekend and again next week-i
end. The Buffs had a 9-4-2 dual
record a year ago and placed
fifth in the Big Seven confer
ence tournament.
The schedule:
March 22 Colorado A&M at
For Collins.
March 28 Regis at Boulder.
March 29 Colorado A&M at
April 7 Southern California
at Los Angeles.
April 8 California at Los
April 9 San Diego State at
' San Diego.
April 10 Arizona at Tucson,
April 11 New Mexico at Al
buquerque. April 18 Regis at Denver.
April 19 Colorado College at
April 25 Omaha at Omaha.
April 26 Nebraska at Lin
coln. May 3 Colorado College at
Colorado Springs.
May 4 New Mexico at Boul
der. May 9 Colorado College In
vitational at Colorado Springs.
May 10 Colorado College In
vitational at Colorado Springs.
May 16-17 Big Seven Con
ference Meet at Kansas City.
Huslcer Splashcr
Coach Lepley's top swimming
entrant was able to pick up a
third in the 300 yard medley re
lay and got a fifth in the fine
field of 100 yard backstrokers.
Again Is
High Man
Sports Staff Writer
Cumulous Clyde Lovellette re-
scunea nis aig seven scoring
championship as he racked up 336
points in 12 conference games for
a spectacular average of 28 points
i game.
In winning the 1952 scoring
championship Lovellette, paced
the Kansas Jayhawks to the
Big Seven crown and is cur
rently one of the top three scor
ers in the nation.
Clyde has an averase of 27.3
points as he has rolled up 654
points in 24 games.
Jim Buchanan, Nebraska's
record breaker, finished fourth
in the Big Seven scoring with
196 points in 12 games for a
16.33 average. Buchanan wound
up with 400 points in 22 fames
for a respectable 18.2 average
for the entire season.
Other Husker scorers finishing
in the top 20 were Fred Seger,
Joe Good and Stan Matzke.
Seger finished 13th with 113
points for a 9.33 average. Good
and Matzke finished 15th and 16th
respectively. Good tallied 103
points for a 8.58 average and
Matzke netted 100 points for a
8.33 average.
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Knoslman. R-Sl.. .12 77
Manlier, Mo. . . .is
38 225 1H.7.1
43 2(17 17.25
27 !!( 10.33
3fi 182 15.17
24 17K 14.67
47 172 14.33
2(i 109 14.08
2i 154 12.83
47 151 12.58
liuchanan. Neb. ..12
Norton, Okla 12
Iverson, K-81 12
Stanse, la. St. ... 1 2
; ompert. Colo. ... 1 2
Kenny, Kan 12
Bunte, Colo 12
Top Scholar
Bob Sand, high jumper from
Nehawka, is poised to jump
astraddle of the neck of the
chap who sampled the grades
of athletes in three sports at
the University recently.
The top athletes in football,
basketball and track were
listed, and it was announced
that Cliff Dale, Falls City foot
ball end, with an 8.1 mark out
of a possible 9, was the top
athlete-scholar for the first se
mester. A re-check brought out the
fact that Sand led the group
with a mark of 8.35. Bob car
ried 17 hours without a mark
ui'der 8. His grades were: hor
ticulture 8, agronomy 9, botany
9, chemistry 8 and mathema
tics 8.
It also gave the Javhawks their
sixth consecutive conference In-
dqpr two-miie title, Bob Karnes
having won the event in 1947,
1948 and 1849.
Main Feature Clock
Schedule Furnished by Theaters
Esquire: "Henry the VIII," 7:24,
State: "The Lady Says No,"
1:00, 3:55, 6:50, 9:45. "Her
Panelled Door," 2:31, 5:25, 8:21.
Varsity: "At Sword's Point,"
1:35, 3:38, 5:42, 7:46, 9:50.
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"At Sword's
Cornell Wilde
Maureen O'Hara
Mat. Sat. & Sun. 2 I'. M.
This Werk. Eve. 7:15 - 9 P. M.
Charles Laughton
Merle Oberon - Robert Donat
On nf Rhftka-
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Assistant Sports Editor
The Cornhusker gridders worked
out in sweat togs again Tuesday
for their second spring football
practice session.
The Huskers were busy learn-
if weather permits.
Until next week, however, the
Husker squad will take a break
in their spring season workouts.
This will permit the men to
wait for more favorable weather
conditions in which to utilize
their 20 practice sessions, and
enable them to attend the four
day high school state basketball
tourney, starting in the Coli
seum Wednesday,
"We now have over 90 men out
for spring ball, and potentially,
all positions on the - team are
open," nad football coach Bill
Glassford said
"Players will be placed on the
1952 Cornhusker team on the
basis of their desire and loyalty as
well as their ability to play the
game," the mentor said.
The early fall workout will
be held on the Nebraska cam
pus this year, instead of the
Curtis Training camp, as it has
in the past few seasons.
Glassford believes that facili
ties on the home grounds will be
enough to accommodate the Scar
let, since freshmen will not be
eligible for varsity play next year
and will not begin workouts until
Freshman Week.
"Spring practice will not in
terfere with baseball workouts
or studies," Glassford said. "It
is mainly a period for the men
to acclimate themselves, and no
squad member except freshmen
will be required to attend the
Glassford's squad list following
the opening day, according to po
Ends John Brestal, Chappell;
Ted Connor, Hastings; Dennis
Emanuel, North Bend; William
Giles, Alliance; Don Hewitt,
Sioux Falls, S. D.; Ted James,
NaperviHe, III.; Kenneth Kunes,
Maywood, 111.; Pat Lange, West
Allis, Wis.; Jerry Lee, Grand
Island; Andy Loehr, Turtle
Creek, Pa.; George Mink.
Omaha; George Paynich, Des
Plaines, 111.; Ken Reincrs, Red
Willow; Bill Schabacker, Min
den; Emerson Scott, Denver,
Colo.; Don Venhaus, Bartley;
John Welch, Omaha; Jerry
Yeager, Hastings.
Tackles George Bauer, Mina
tare; Don Becker, Lincoln; Ger
ald Bingham, Lincoln; Don Boll,
Scribner; Bill Cannon, Mitchell;
Jim Evans, Rapid City, S. D.;
Don Gabriel, Osceola; Don
Glantz, Central City; Richard
Golh Tekamah; Harvey Goth,
Lincoln; Bill Holloran, Schuy
ler; Max Kitzelman, Nebraska
Herb Semper's 9:07 two
Mile performance in leading Kan
sas to the Eig Seven Indoor track
crown last Saturday, marked the
third consecutive year the Jay
hawk red-head smashed the
league record. He ran 9:26.8 as a
sophomore and 9:11.3 as a junior.
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Fashions. . . MACEE'S Third Floor
1952 the daily nebraskan a
City; Jerry Minnick, Cambridge;
Mike Morton, Lincoln; Jim
Oliver, Shclton; John Sebold,
Grand Island; Roy Troyer, Arn
old. Guards Frank Barrett, Gree
ley; Cart Brasee, Omaha;
;South Sioux CUy'; aay
Charles Bryant, Omaha; Keith
I Falls City; Junior Doyle, Curtis;
nailer Unke, Wichita, Kans.;
Demus Griess, Sutton; Tony
Hormandl, Lincoln; E d Hus
mann, Ogallara: James Jones,
Turtle Creek, Pa.; Tom Kripal,
Omaha; Don Lorenz, Lincoln;
Russ Morgan, Elwood; John
Machisic, Turtle Creek, Pa.;
Kenneth Osborn, Ainsworth;
George Prochaska, Ulysses;
Jerry Paulson, Dell Rapids,
b. D.; Hi Prucka, Omaha; Leon
ard Sinser, Omaha; Tony
Winey, Shelton.
Centers Mel Hansen, Omaha;
Bob Oberlin, West Altis, Wis.;
Verl Scott, Mitchell; John
Schreiber, Lincoln; Ralph
Thomas, Callaway; Grant Whit
ney, Ainsworth; Dick Watson,
feioux City, la.
Quarterba cks Bill Beck,
Hastings; Dan Brown, Sioux
Falls, S. D.; John Bordogna,
Turtle Creek, Pa.; Phil Even,
BACKFIED BOSS . . . Bob Davis
will pick up the reins as Corn
husker backfield coach again
next fall. Davis has a wealth of
halfback potentials to weed out
before the final team roster is
fifth season
Connecticut College
on a hilltop overlooking the
Thames River at New London,
July 14-August 24, 1952
Study with: Doris Humphrey,
Louis Horst. Martha Graham, lose
Limon, William Bales, Sophie
Maslow, Jane Dudley, and othei
noted dancers . . .
Certificate and academic credit
available. Co-directors: Ruth
Bloomer, Martha Hill
For details writs: Box 28
School of the Dance. Connecticut
College, New London, Connecticut
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Lincoln; Gordon Gay, Lincoln;
Ladd Hanscom, Lincoln; Ken
neth Moore, Mount Vernon, la.;
Don Morris, Omaha; Duane
Rankin, Lincoln.
Half backs Bob Arnold,
Grand Island; Corky Bremond,
Ladoga, la.; -Jim Cederdahl,
Lincoln; Chuck Chamley, Flan,
dreau, S. D.; Bob Decker,
Omaha; Duane Gay, Beatrice;
George Gohde, Lincoln: Ben
Hand, Bellevue; Bill Harman,
Imogene, la.; Max Kennedy,
Beatrice; Dennis Korinek,
l lysses; Jim Levendusky, South
Greenburg, Pa.; Dick Orson,
Axtell; Dierecks Ralston, For
syth, Mont.; Emil Radik,
Omaha; Bob Reynolds, Grand
Island; H. M. Simmons, Jr.,
Lincoln; Jim Sommers, Lincoln;
Bob Stephens, Alliance; John
Stone, VVecpinff Water; Jerry
Strasheim, Kimball; Don Sterba,
Omaha; Bill Thayer, Rapid
City. S. D.
Fullbacks George Cifra,
Turtle Creek, Pa.; Ed Gazlnski,
West Allis, Wis.; Lawrence Goll,
Blue Hill; Cliff Hopp, Hastings;
Bud John, Grand Island; Ray
Novak, Omaha; Bob Russell,
Grant; Don Summers, Hershey;
Stuart Thorell, Loomis; Jim
Teisley, Coin, la.
LINE MENTOR . . . Handling
the Nebraska football team's
line chores this year will be
Ralph Fife. He has been sending:
his line charges through condi
tioning sessions for the first few
spring practices.
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