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Thursday, March 5r 1953
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
By BOW AID TAXX
Assistant Sports Editor
The Nebraska Comhuskers are re
cuperating from a stunning loss
they received from the Iowa State
team for three years, climax
his college career at K-Siate
!j Tuesday night.
Big Seven statistics released
earlier this week reevaled that
CycJoaes. The Huskers mill be Fred Seger Is in the fifth slot in
toiling hard this week in prepa-1 league scoring with a 13.7 sver
ration for their encounter next age over a 19 game span. It's in
week with second place Kansas teresting to note that Seger is the
State. The Huskers will be deH-:only player in the high five who
mite underdogs when they travel has not played the center slot at
to Manhattan for the game March anytime during the year.
Jft- . , ! The first four high men have
JvU upset the Wildcats last time placed the center position consis
the two teams played. It vas a tenlly this Tear except for Colo
tremendous victory for the Husk- n&oS Art Bunte who was
ers who were at that time in con- switched! from center to forward,
tcntion for upper division honors. Center Bill Johnson is tied for
The curtain is tetfll not down for sixih place with Missouri's Bob
the season though. Nebraska Reiner with an over- ! average
could turn out to be the spoiler 0f 13 $ points per contest,
of the entire league A Corn-j Muensler, sophomore sub
husker win would throw the fe ,.V the Huskers last
Seagueinto another 'J 'game. Don suffered an apoendi-
common occurence th year tUfc at Iow, Sla5e snd fe
is the coherence. rja ia fei recuperating
Kansas Sta will be lookui for lfewffl hJs opera.JoIU .
an opportunity to snatch a share 5
of the Big Seven crown when the !
XU team migrates to the Wildcat lf fjl J
colisum. Right bow the Raras VV61I I ISUSCU I
State team is ia second place in
the conference standings, fine A f TiL OiiIWaa fi
game behind high-flying Kansas VV 1111 VUlUOOl
Both Kansas and Kansas 5t.ate
are ranked nationally. The Wild-,
tat dominate the eighth position 1
while Kansas is two rungs higher;
at the sixth swisatkm. Kansas
djarnped the Wildcat by two
points m their last meeting at
all-Anierican center Dack Knost- m
man. Kaortsnn was named to the f" 7
AP aa-Amerkan third team test
week. ! t 1 y
rw wSr mw Hh iwJlt week CDd.
img leadership from center smf prist t to
Jidmson at Km Stat last V.oa- ' '
j ti - ...wr SMw..tooor sea- 4
Track Outlook i
Nebraska tinder Oach Ed Wier
Expressed his hopes for a success
ful outdoor track season Wednesday.
After winning a surprise third
soing totto the tilt by one point ?.n
but Fred meshed IS counters 1
while BiU was only ahle to man-il We w o m
age 1L Seger wrer holds a slight f o in r first
three print margin going into the places in the
laf NT gsme. big indoor
One Hasker will be piayang n m e e , nu
M ilii iiiiMiMint r t r Mf.r-i. p-.
Dorm A Stars, Coco
Win Playoff Games
By BILL MTXDELL Both winners had an easy ride
Intramural Sports Catanu&t to the second round, the Co-op;
A limited schedule produced by just showing up ad the Stars;
only two intramural playoff de- by just making fewer mistakes
cisions Tuesday as roost of the than the Ag Men. Inter-Varsity
cage outfits awaited Thursday be- failed to muster a complete team
fore returning to the wars. The and forfeited their playoff chances
Dorm A Stars and Nebraska Co- away while the Aggies were
op advanced to the second round downed by their own mistakes
of Independent tourney action "rather than brilliant playing on
while Ag Men's Club B and the part 01 the Stars.
Inter- arssry began looking lor- Thst game was a very slow-
moving affair. The Aggies man
ward to voUeybalL
Set On Friday
aged their only lead of the game
on a bucket by Bob Atchinson
with four minutes gone. The
Stars finally found the range with
the period half gone on a fielder
by Gordon Richards to tie the
count. Charles Katx produced his
only goal of the contest seconds
later and the Stars led the rest
of the way.
The time is drawing near for. lt W3S 8.2 at quarter and
closmg the entries for the A!l- 164 8. haiftime as Atchinson's
University volleybaa league. The baskets in each t the two open-!
entry deadline is 5 pja Friday, mg frames were the extent of
March 6. Entry blanks are avail- h lncrv a-orii5 I
The Ag Men controlled most
able in the Intramural Offices in
.1... no w. .?) -1;
lr re fuiJiiu:. - . 1 . i,
Act organuaoon wishing to , t bsU near scoring
enter more than one team may cp thp S:are Vf.'r int
do so. Applications for "A" and V.rZJTlUL
B teams are being accepted for j" v.
foDowirc ouarters but bv then i WO DID jEVOn fYiBrl
the game was in the bag for the' . ,
Cranto Uwahi Star
YEARUXG TALENT WANTED
. . . Coach Tony Sharp, wh
directed the Hosker varsity dla
mondmea to a second place ta
the Big Seven leagoe standings
Ust spring, issued a rail far
freshmen interested In playing
baseball this spring. All frwh
interested in playing baseball
will meet at the Field House at
7:15 n March 16.
Mentioned By UP
Two Big Seven basketball
Separate leagues will be or
a win and loss percentage basis !. Richards topped the Stars" scor-
. ;i me unth 12 nomts. S5?sJsJed bv:
games played each outing. 1 Bisi PVOii who taiiiea nine ana "
Official volleyball rules will Dou McPherson who garnered day. Dick Knostroan, high Cymg
govern the matches and no pver Atchirn led the Ag Men center for Kansas Swe was
mav nlav on more than one Vim Bill Payne garner- named to the Uni.ed Press All-
Teams will provide their own lht-. . . . .
officials tor arii imxi-H Vni-h, mniiii There Bas Ueea an m porta nt
wwatw cbiiic CVDCTCTUng
lastrameffrar the Nebraska cagers. ime!ctr smiled, -and we're ah3e
Jb r.-L saeDer ruard cm the XT , to add three valuable men to the
SPEEDY BALL HAWK . . . Staa Ma tike, soph wane lettemaa oa
the Nebraska baskHball squad, kas been oae of the SoartK's top
and Hmt nsea daring the Haskers last two gaaies. evea
tbaach he has net beea listed Che starting fire. Matrke deables
a Caarh Ed Weir's XX track teaam.
be reouired to provide two offi
cials from each team, one to,
watch the net and one to act as'
lineman. The system of provid-l
ing your own officials has worked
very satisfactorily in softbalL
VolSeyball courts will be avail-'
able for the different teams in
dividual practices in the PE
building. Assigned hours will be'
three Taarsday contests. Be
cause af complicatians coneera
iag the ase f the Coliseum
that night, the three frays
ririnalty set for Chat bonding
nave beea switched to Che Phys
ical Edscatiea Bell ding and to
American cage squad, second
team. This is the second national
team Knostroan has been named
to this week. The AP nominated
The other conference star to
make news as Kansas B. R. Born.
Born set the new Big Seven scor
ing record last Monday against
the Colorado Buffs dunking 44
Jce C00A, stelier guard cm
Faces Big 7
Student Managers Organize,
Elect Ed Bridges President
- uldLcw list-'
: Hohe Jinnies, who starred in the
'middle distance races prior to his
.:TVce wiih the air reserves, wall
libownae eligible for the opening
(dual meet of the outdoor cam- ht mesa behind the scenes are 'mam represent the diamond crew,!
Ipaign. "gaining sow well deserved rec- Bevingt.oo and Jcfcn Kysar
I Weol Cole, huirdlfcg spe-ogaaittjojiL Ttoe student waamgers gnas squad
ciamsa. au ZT' lZZT Sherman helps the swimmers, and:; James J. Jefieries, former
fm afd ST fti t Wmam the grappte heavyweight champion from 1899
jjtHn this svmDC .:ficer to the cammx year. Snaaja. jto ,9 Jied of a stroke at the
Stan MJtae. wno ueapeo iifie manager eaeneo ia cocoes, j,-, ihr. Ixanscni axe of VT.
out March is amdi rfinw win onginaky scheduSed lor pa.
I thouch. as Born broke his right
oogjr anuM w . .Kh s, the rame Team chvsi-
be announced Thursday. M-h - fiZF
,2Trephys will be awarded to f pV
fraternity, denominational and twn Pnsx and lr.:vers::y Mam Feature Qock
the different dorm teams. Meiils v " Varsity: "I Confess," 1:25, 3:27.
to tt irdepend- - r'L 5:28. 7:29, 9:30.
ceen resa3eiai4i nor iu pom- .,,, . w m-a
Thursday on courts one and two." tC .Tk -The
rest of the schedule remains ,s,5- Hm Kwst
unchanged. 1 33', 6:14, :S1.
mm. aMiwu-u - - ju - - ..aascis are wear, u&ve jotbcs aroa. wceoes was never KDOcstea out
JI . CMfl:
TO.aJa Sq UatUl iiUU a-w. - SWDL
OEtrr VS3rSLTll Wear expects weight men Cliff: Recently Athletic Director Potsy,
jwl alumni. FValja
Laanry Smith to ffare'ciiurk drew all of the managers:
the discuts throw, an t,ctEelher for a tancibecsni and said'
Very modest Bobhy ShandzJ
adopted Lincclnile. sail Wednes-I
BTtotoS tBrrt class dtoat to b -Mjl ia
SPteraf Jack Greer Uod en Mime, WMakerand Char-;to pto ho.ah fee players aM sSjttpaw won 24
jub rarras. jaca ij- HunJev are bow wwrtaEg with 'coaches esajecaally dumg themM, Jm
KfwbHlidek:,3- 1! s toort vataaUe pJayw- of the
Boh SaBdstedtGoindcim Petersan;! The KU fresh trackmen ccsm- aiJer chbicki. Amervaa Leegje.
and Jerry Desmtrod. .peie agaansi me vanory oaiiu-i -at ran oh u vnowr uz
Etnerr Cjotw the Stwrjen may,1 beiir faal Mirks in the'grooip of yKmng rneaa as managerji
1 lunsMted bv Iowa Stale frcnn'BiX Severn tnosh postal meet. 'As f the variwus sports. They labors
IheampinnW pedestal be- it hztiks ECTr.-.Weir saM. "well 1 hours ffw the award which
cj CyciDDCS team111" ijju'': luaesaa 2 a jiraiuwu. m kiukiI
sitreath ani balance. Kefarafika1 heKex than last place" ijjm fee sport they represent,"
planeiS fiiird behind Inwa Statej "The bqys are hard wCTiess'statedl Clark. 1
'and Oklahoma im fee 1S52 enn-''aaafl ood rxarfannaers. but thevrei Eriflges. 'oam Tobaim, Peler Kel
fferenre meet held in the Cclii-:;cii3itrlBSBei(a by fee competition" :oy. Jcto Mctoiw, Charles,
spuna. she said. 1 Beai Bono Chifles, BomaM Ball and !
IThe CDrahaibRrs" best bet tail -The ernfire team's picture is to BaveTSitble are the football snan
aa individuail tit3e is in the div-" taSmi at esae pjm. Siitaarday,1'aee5rs wWe Marlnaa Gralheier. Ed4
ing, where Gene Cotter. OtjodIe just befcee ttae roet befias. It Kaplan. Tcnjes ami Wendell Lau-i
jimiac, beads the JJebraska en-;! jmportamt that all team nmenj-'ber manage the cage ssjaad. ;i
tries. . libers be present. Ball afefeam amd Itoty H.cber-
Nebratfea eaaJnes ma me rnaay
and Saturday eTentc
Imm mm "
the1 ofJicialEy during his teg cssreer.1!
He did tose one Eght on a TKO
when be decided to come out of
retirement to try and regain his.;
champiiocLship from Jark Johnson'
in ISIS. ;
Jefferies had been living ias
California at the time of his death.!;
Bis wile was killed in an auto ac-j
cidexit ia 1M1 and be had no,
WHO WILL IE
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A 5Uuroe to pulil ut f sifle
j)OfM;uioia of littrt ifiac im the Big
San batt3setball rat aw .am
Colorado fta ft WfS ffimale Mcua-i
day Klgbt at Bwulder.
Th B.uIs eoitortJUE lo-a Statej
to a gam cxrijnally arihedtuleei;
Sor Sb1mj1bt mishit biat meied1
back to permit Kants to re-!
Muffle its sch&u3e..
Ciuada Bebe Lee spbacauire-'
(dumiCLidtied ulfit iU gss into Kb1
fame with a fine-cam llusiBg,
arefii3t, thear Uonf.eKt of the swa-i
s!L The Bh32 jaweedjw toefaa.!
adfiJy eMJOfh. after he asaoct ftar-l
fa!l road trip theyV eir;
made &u Eig S-a piny a wk-
eaad 'ej) of Ispw-a Stale ajail 38-
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good bet to beoame the ffjrj4 Buff
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