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Wednesday, November 19. 1952
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Nebraska Preps For
For the second lay the Corn-! it wi l be a tough task, for the
buskers took it ea? as they doned Sooners are ranked fifth in the
their sweat-suits ?nd ran through nation. The only blemishes on the
offensive and defensive plays. Okii imrA sr . nK rvo
A special emphasis was placed rado in the first game of the sea-
6- , son ana a Z-21 upset loss to
Looking over the season play to Notre Dame.
date. Coach BUI Glassford said,! r,v1,, , . , .
-We have a great bunch of kidsf aJf averagmg close to
thevVe gone a long way - W?S F gamf whllve Ne"
Defensive halfback Jim Yeb- rt? defensive platoon has al
ley is the only douhtfol starter 1? "wage 9.9 points to its
la the Saturday Tussle with PJ?ients-
Oklahoma. Should the Buskers stop the
Bob Reynolds wEl serve as! "Ktopable Sooner offense it
game captain in his final appear-; B,d ,one afternoon for
ance in a Nebraska uniform. Bnd WUkenson's boys.
Spirit is running high at the Including Reynolds, there will
Eusker camp. Signs all over the 10 seniors playffag their last
field bouse read like this one game for the Scarlet and Cream:
placed in the dressing room: ! Ed Hussman, Don BoIL Carl
. VtTe w. B doub in our Brasee, Kay Curtis, George Pro
teind. Bow aboat yours? We ran haska, Verl Scott, Jim Sommers,
if we wuX Let s an give it all Jim Levendusky and Dick GoIL.
Sooner Bulwark pinner Planned
: For NU Team
Chancellor Gustavson wCl pre
sent N certificates to all active N
men at a dinner to be held Tues
day, Dec 2, in the Student Union
Only 5M wCl be allowed to
attend. The f amity wfll be al
lowed IN tickets while each
fraternity, sorority and inde
pendent onranixation oa the
raatotts will be allowed five
tickets. The remahunr tickets,
varied at $1, wifl be placed ob
sale for any other stodents who
wish to attend.
AH active N men, those eligible
for awards, members of the Board
of Regents, Deans of the various
colleges, members of the Athletic
Board and the coaches will be
The Idea was iBtrodBred by
Chancellor Gnstarson when be
stated that be thoarht that it
woo Id be appropriate (hat the
CornhBsker athletes should be
acknowledged by students and
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Coafln Loacobi Sot
GSOUXD GAINES ... Denny Korinek. hnsUing Busker sopho
more halfback spark, was the top Nebraska gronnd gainer in last
Saturday's 13-7 loss to Minnesota. Korinek carried the leather
eleven tunes against the Gophers and churned out 69 yards for an
average of t3 yards per carry. Korinek, who played six-man ball
at Ulysses, taw limited varsity action as a freshman last year.
Sigma Chi's Win IM Free Throw
Trophy; Chuck Marshall Champ
By BILL MUNDELL
Intramural Sports Columnist
It's repeat performance for
the 1952 Intramural Free-Throw
champions. Charles Marshall and
tempts in winninr with a score
of 179. Andrews' scores of 42,
45, 45 and 38 rave him the run
nerup spot with a total of 170.
Phi Gam Bob Kirkendall fin-
Sigma Chi captured the gratis-toss ished in third place with scores
r-y-lnr thawnnri consecutive of 41. 40, 42 and 45 for a total of
year last week as another I-M
sport was written into the bokos.
Marshall, representing the
champion Sir Chi's needed a
flashy 47 score oat of a possible
5 in his last round to shove out
Hal Andrews of the Rockets to
successfully defend his individ
ual title. Marshall had pulled
into a tie with Andrews in his
third 50 shots out of the final
200 and on the heels of And
rews final score of 38, he shot
into the championship.
The Sigs amassed 407 points in
grabbing their Warn title. Their
tital was 30 points better than
Sigma Phi Epsilon, the runnerup,
could muster. The champions
placed three men in the final 13
to help pad the slim lead they
carried into the final action. Be
sides Marshall's first, the Sigs
placed Ben Leonard in seventh
and Bruce Martin in thirteenth.
Marshall fired scores or 48,
40. 46 and 47 in his last 800 at-
MARSHALL ... Tied an in
tranraral free throw record
wncn be fired forty-nine out of
fLty tosses throncu the mesne
in the finals of the second
bracket. Be H AIJ-l nirervity
champ for the second consern
The seventh annual Big Seven
Pre-Season Basketball Tourna
ment will be held at the Municipal
Auditorium in Kansas City, Mo.,
December 25-27-29-30, 1952. The
schedule of games is as follows:
Dec. 2C: Kansas vs. Nebraska.
Dec. 26: Iowa State vs. Mis
ronri. 9:45 p.m.
Dec. 27: Kansas State vs.
Oklahoma, 8:00 pjn.
Dee. 27: Colorado . vs. Yale,
Winners in the upper bracket
cm; Ira Epslejn, Athletics Board? Jacksoin aDd Tom Ander- respective divisions. Barger won will meet Monday night. Dec. 29.
hi Gamma Delta Wins
ttl Wrestling Trophy
By GARY FRAXDSEX
Sports Staff Writer
It was definitely a three team
race for squad honors in the re
cently completed intramural
wrestling tournament. After it was
all over, the Men's Dorm came out
ahead by accumulating 24 points.,
dent Dick Nelson in 5:15 to win
the crown. The other fall in the
finals came in the 147 lb. class
there Dick Scnellenberr of
Sirma Nn threw Bart Brown,
Phi Gamma Delta, in 3:50
Jim Owens, an Independent.
took the 137 lb. affair by defeating
Seott Hedden of the winning Dorm
6-3. Two Beta Theta Pi
168 while Murl Maupin of the
Fijis and Jack Randecker of Delta
Upsilon wound up fourth and
fifth with finals totals of 163 and
Behind the top two teams
came Phi Kappa Psi with 366
points for third, Beta Theta Pi
with 266 for fourth and Phi
Gamma Delta with 259 for
Marshall turned in the top,
single performance of the year,
with a blazing 49 out of a pos-f J
sible 50 in the second bracket iu
finals. This tied the University; it.
I-M record set by Carr Trumbull,; J
also of Sigma Chi, in 1950. Mar-is.
shall's final 47, along with 47's
by Maupin and Bob Bruns of, is."
Delta Tau Delta were the second
highest scores during the season.
Final individual standings:
1. flock Manias Hn CM .
I. Hal Akkm RackM. ,
S. Bo kirttaMtaU Pat .aaaa ...
4. Mad Mania Pal (.aaM ...
5. Jack KaaitAar U
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Bn Laoaart firm CM ...
rtartes Fctana fa. Gaau ...
Tata Total DU
PfcH RcUaarf Sanaa n
KMl Crfcw Ba
Tm Dn PM Pal
Brae Mania Stna CM
Final team standings:
Mima Pal Ersftta.
PM KltM P4 ...
Ba Tbna Pi ...
PM Gaaajaa DtMt ,
IMta litaa ...
ltta Taa IHa .
A Mi Taa Oaaaaa ,
FNMit Tana ..
Xcaraska Ca-ap . . .
Sanaa An EaaBai
Dtta Sajaa Pi ...
Ataha CaaMaa Baa
Headed For Norman
TM. r af - - TV , J Dnta l.ttiti
Jot WachaL char.- TW JxT;'S:Z't outfit 6-3
Yapp. Student Counc2: Eairi " IZ.C grant-and-groan men, Ted Barger,
h W. Anhlii Av. " srKi " land Tom Healy. captured their
j . !
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y and Glean Beerfee, prerideat cf ere ra JTiSTr tc5
- She N cJMb w-a bTS charge of all P0 KcS?fi!,id tar 1
arramf.. j honors. Beth beys won their
): Cights by decisions. Jackson won
Sooners Ranked 5th!
referee's decision over Jerry; dock in the 167 lb. class.
the 175 lb. class by conquering at 8:00 p.m.; winners in the lower i
Dick Husmann of Pi Kapta. Pht oracket at :45 p.m. ine losers in
7-5 while Healy won ty forfeit Monday night's games will play
ever the Theta Chi's Brent Brad- for third place at 8:00 p.m. Tues-
faAs when be pinned Indepea-
Caraozzo. Independent, while An
derson stopped a feBow team
inember. Eilmer Deines 4-1. The
h .beys copped the 123 lb. and 130
I "TJ"! A f I Vx divisions respectively.
iVJation I his Week? jrzs:
i uawJ m. ml tha tasnm'c two
juLsirTjias s taaaerpeclfea los to? cifie Coaft powers, who wfH
Mississippi, GlStrjua Tech'sli rtrttt it out f or the conference
TJrcker ag.ei!St Ais fcss l&st title and a ptace is the Rose
Saturday, usid the approasfcirg Bowl next Satorday, soQed
cot'tsl bt-era Sul'bm Gh-i nearly 1M points. Bat tbey
f'jmia aasd UCLA has bf j-r--i:ed were so eresly drrided Csa
tbe trperij, and a.f a remit ilx-iii- t'CLA rdred owt ISC for thir
place, 9U votes to 911. aKlotrk
ftovtfcrrn Caiifomia drew more
lirst puce vote, 11 to t. i The babble has fm&Zr burtt
Vrmcipsd ctiaisges this week in an impromptu speech to some
-re VrrlanCs U from QJrd 299 aroused
trjrrefprxizi me frsCT to
sot rerw.es ajad fjrst-pce vs
m peiCJjfcset: -fajse.
f. Watkaiaai a Muia nwj .eti aVax amiJ fV.il sr )h triiainrr
. mm 1a 14 , tj , . .
In the 157 lb. battle for the top
spot, Arnold Morton of Phi
Gamma Delta whipped John
Crancer, Independent 3-1. Be
sides the top three outfits, seven
other teams hit the scoring col
im. Al PartiB. varsity wrest
ling reach, was in charge of the
gn Sis UnfwrsKy fiad sn eaiy
tmie reiiiinrng tise first pSace rpvi
in tie T&txmiiL tooitaJJ mzikx.-Sf.
The Spartans, roacbed by
Bicrie Mann, boAc th-ir rsn
breaks and snatdbed off tiur rr
2ting f ttirjbW to ttpphe lrr
Dame. 21-2 U4 Saturday. That
defeat, pta the nunr oi&ter oe
wttn. gave MV'Hran ft tale
taaore than two-aair of Ue
first a4ac vts of the sport
writers and broa0a4rf fnr
ticipatixir in the erkJy nation-
Sooners May Leave Loop
To Play In Bowl Game
on January 1st.
day night, Dec. 30: winners in
Monday night's games will playjj
for the championship at 9:45 p.m.1
Tuesday. Consolation games will .
belayed at 2 and 4 P-m. Dec J0m CarOdine
A clinic for hisn school sqnads
win be held at 1I:M ajn. Mon
day, Dec. 29, with an eitht
roaches participatiac. Last year
111 hisk school teams attended;
many from over 154 miles away
(eight from the state of Iowa).
These teams will be gnests of
the conference at the consola
tion rameo that afternoon.
Tickets may be ordered by mail
after fcov. 20.
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PLUGS THE GAPS . . . Max Kltaebnan. 215-poond, rz" sopno
more from Nebraska City, is another underclassman whose defen
sive performance this year has been an asset to the Busker eanse.
Max. who plays a defensive gaard post, has been hard to move
by opposing linemen in his performance with the Hosker defen
Outfit In Win
Tom Carodine, who left the Ne
braska football squad last year
due to scholastic difficulties, has
been cavorting as a star for the
Preference will be San Diego, CaL Marine Recruit
given to those ordering for all four Depot this season.
Okla-'wghts- Prices are S1-S2-13, and
x Kvjuia oe aoaea to i:;e Total
s 4o3cs. Dr. Cross, preaaer.l " piw.piea cy wen re- t,-fh ,mWnaI
OihcwMk UrJverr ry said Toes- ceivea to: Cie Sooner school hsd ,m v. r . rZT ;
diy tight that Oiclii3.ar.-ai wocid been ixitfed to piay in the Orar.ee tj-.o rf-r. " A-
- cait the B g Sevv cccferw in w on se- Year's Day at -r,;-;- w m 1
order to py a pott ssyn bowl three mi course at Lawretic
z. f t t
4. Oa. aaVfcaiaua Mu4M flfa
fxn Sitae fjrel aoid cAwy jiaoB ,J; JrST
tJjeia lwtr liias J-nxi. Lbs wtiu
tmjre tm the tisKil toitais ft? Ill
jxjjuls lor fjrsl, liae lr
Giwriva Tts;Js remiiiisei fa C
eawni jwt with 14 tot-lM-
vuf a winjjarad to 22 a mi
aaiS tCJi p'jisrts. T;t ijr
f,y v.fct bt'jiLUjse f &e foiMid-
UflB JO.Uj tWr relieve ft,WAg5ii
jf UCLA so-! USC.
Between bewi,tMi t' Pa-
football team was detirons
playing in a Vrw Tear's bowl
rontevt. OUahonta wonid defy
the Zit 6cvrn rale, forbidding
menabers schools to participate
in port season elaahes, and play
To Captain Final Game
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Cress revealed that the Board
of Regents had already torned
the matter .ver to Bod Wilkin
son. Sooner bead football roach,
and himself, to decide whether
Oklahotna would play a post-
season contest. - j
It has yet to be delerisined what
effect OkiaStfma'i resignation
from the Eg Seven Conference
hlsis&izm Hid tMmt Hie Seven
I 5 lain Feature Oork
Tarsity: Iroa Mstres&," W
2:15, 521, 753, rf2. ,
State: -The Gt-iien Kak,-
S&t 212, tZl, :44. Targ'i,-j
2:4J, 5:42. 12Z.
Kansas, Saturday. November 15.
at 1 rzti p.m just before the Kan
sas-Oclarjonia A. Sc
The tall, lean U5-pomnder,
who started at right halfback
for the H sskers in their first
few games last year, scored
four touchdowns far his service
team against San Diego State
The lor.g-ftridir.g speedster
scored on runs of 47. 9. 59 and 35
1L football yards to lead his mates to a 51-21
Get Set To
Roll in the Aisles
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