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Wednesday, March Tl, 1953
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
WfMc0fs Stvofiip 111111
The Kansas State Wildcats.
gaining revenge from an earlier
80-66 defeat 1o the Cornhuskers
in the Coliseum, dished out a
crushing 108-80 blow to Coach
Harry Good's Nebraska basket
bailers Tuesday night at Manhat
tan. It was the final appearance of
the 1952-53 campaign for both
clubs, and landed the Wildcats a
second place in the loop com
pared to a tie for fifth and sixth
for the up-and -down Scarlet five.
Led by All-America center
Dick Knostman, the K-Staters en
joyed a comfortable margin
throughout the rout. Knostman
connected for 28 points to lead
his mates, followed by Jesse Prl
sok with 21.
Don Weber, junior forward on
the NU quint, was the spark for
outmanned Nebraska, hitting 21
points on seven field goals and
reven of ten free throws to lead
Big Bill Johnson was next in
the Husker scoring column with
a total of 17 counters, Joe Good
and Fred Seger added nine apiece.
It was the finnl game as a Husker
for Good, who Is the lone senior
on the club.
Kansas State, knocked out of
the running . lor championship
honors by Kansas U's win over
Missouri Monday night, connected
on 47 per cent of its shots from
The lbss leaves Nebraska with
a season conference record of four
wins and eight losses. The Huskers
thus fall into a, tie with the Iowa
State Cyclones for fifth and sixth
spot on the league ladder.
Colorado, which split two regu
lar season conference contests,
with the Huskers, has the undis
puted cellar position. The Huskers'
won at Boulder, 80-65, while
'dropping the home game, 86-78 J
jThe Buffs win over NU at the!
I Kansas City pre-season tourney,
wmmimf f jm
WELCOMES ATHLETES. FOLLOWERS . . . Geortre (Potsy) Clark,
Director of Athletics at Nebraska, welcomes the thousands of
players, coaches and fans to the state prep basketball tourney,
which opens Wednesday. "We're looking forward to a treat tour
ney, and a lot of fun for teams and fans alike. Every year we
look forward to seeing the kids, coaches, superintendants and fans
at the state championships. It fives us a chance to crystalize our
relations with all schools in the state, make new friends and re
new old memories," Clark said Tuesday as he prepared for the
tourney's opening. (Daily Nebraskan Photo.)
0SS if, L vyrOi??i(3S
To Open Uliagged Carnival
By NORM VEIT2ER
Sports Staff Writer.
The University's doors open to
thousands of high school basket
fans and players Wednesday, with
the start of the 43rd annual Ne
braska High School Basketball
Thirty two prep cage fives
guarantee a thrilling carnival to
docide the four different class
champions. The cage action will
swing into action Wednesday at
12:30 p.m. on the varsity court in
the Coliseum with Seward oppos
ing the quintet from Gering.
While the Class "B" cagerg are
swinging into action on the var
sity maples, the Class "C" aggre
gations will begin competition on
the freshman floor.
Leading off in the Class "C"
games will be Chappell vs. Brain
ard. Chappell, boasting the best
win-loss record, received the
number one spot in the pairings.
Seward was ceded number one in
Class "B" with Cozad in the sec
Thursday's agenda shows both
the Class "A" and "D" squads
swinging into court action. Lead
ing off in the top bracket will be
Lincoln High vs. the crew from
Grand Island The Capital City
boys are ceded second in the pre
The other Thursday anernoon
Class "A" game will pair Boys
Town vs. Scottsbluff. Boys Town,
ranked the top at the end of the
regular season, was upset by Ben
son in the district tourney. The
rankings were upset with the
maple-men of Boys Town slipping
to fifth slot. But the dope sheet
shows Boys Town to be the tour
In Class "D" action on th
freshman court, Chester will meet
Talmage in the first contest and
Walthill opposes Mclbeta in the
last Thursday afternoon en
counter. The tournament action will
carry through Friday and Satur
day with the class crowns being
decided on Saturday. If the
tournaments run true to form, the
competition will be fast and fur
ious and the spirit will run high.
IM GAME DEADLOCKED, 37-37
i3 4& y ciJwjiff
By BILL MUNDELL I never made it, falling to the Phi
IniramUIirai pons iOiumnnft ut-ua in iwi nuu tgia llrlin
Seven and a half I-M cage play- , 2
1 as the fraternity nals this year. Behind tremendous
M tto?riS5? wo of Bill Giles under the
finals and the Independent dm- ouareV defldt
C M to carry an 18-15 lead into the
.v.. interm ssion. Giles ' nettea ten
Seven of the rrjfys i were mines . t f ft logers m that hec
They're still talking about that ten minutes.
toS "aid last Friday when the It was more Giles In the thW
Rockets won . 28-27 decision from 'llltZXZ
game can't get any closer." you -
tt. ZJTT No morTthan two points sep
The Rockets and Dental sopno- :,.. the Phi Delts own
mores hooked up in a whale 01 a advantage most of the
contest that to all intents and pur- Jj th finaf ree minutes,
PS.?S rJL ?v.r:0WnRarkeh,J the .winner, gained a one-point
luij. mit-n v... ; lead on a bucket Dy jacK i.oneK"i
sounded, the score was announced Jea? " It-
kiM nH th Rockets had cained an2 Bn.l"";- ml-
the Independent semi-finals, bo rpSited in Phi Delt
they thought. fnil1 nn(, slowiv the winners pad-
A much later check of the jj iaaj nn frpp throws.
tcorebook determined that the G,j Jed all scoring with a
real score was 37-37, and as oi cj-editable 24 while Louie Roper
this writing, the tally still remains fldded another 11 to the losing
oeaaiocKea. ine luiigesi. uvcl""" pause Dave Brandon topped xne
iw, T.TUT histnrv will reach a con- i., -. ia fnllnnrorl
elusion Tuesday afternoon, begin- 6 M Hansen with 12.
ning at 4:45 p.m. when the same ' a,TO's Defeat Sirs
tow-teams take tne iioor once . Tau Omega won the
again. .Thls time they will p ay for P the Si E in tne
only five minutes or uniu me we - . (A fi , t Satur.
Vn Pnliceiim with fi Stun-
RAfnrp the auestion of the final L; nQi? tinnrv nvpr nowerful
score had reached its peak, .th,e sigma Chi. To win, however, the
tun teams cave a superb exhibi-Ur,.,,. u j voot rlnwn a tremen-
tion of basketball. Both outfits dous f0Urth-quarter Sig rush that
hit a high percentage of their had the count tied at 33.33 after
shots, but deiense was aiso m ev4- jt appeared that the ATO's were
dence and scoring shots were at a Qn thelr way t0 a romping vic
fisnr liUnS LCniA a i I nrnHnPOrl
Behind the 13 points of Gordon i 8 g tie with ne5ther team look-
U,ltliiu v f-
Pejsar, the Dents climbed to a
JL x,jjut - I T Tl IT
19.Q nimrtpr and 21-19 half. The 'A u-u q t thot
. i , m v..,., Jones urumeio vo.
HrptfPT uspn Liie lice iijivv
good advantage in the third pe
riod and gained a 27-26 margin on
but quickly in the second canto.
Brother Dave nit iour succes-
' v sive snots irom oatn. on ui
six one-pointers and a goal by feoots the Taus lnto a 16.fi
Bob Brum. ,at,j Dn nft-P Hobe had cushed
Ppisar nain led the way in the Y.m.cth tm frnm hpvond the
fourth for the Dents and as the free-throw circle, Dave came back
game ended, he sunk two charity witn anotner iong looper and the
tosses that tied the count. Tnose winners owneda comfortable 22-8
tm nnlrvto era up him an evenmK S mu- o; -finollir TYinnnOpri
total of 19 for top individual hon- L find the range, but the quarter
ors. Bill Best helped ne "em ended 23.11 in favor of the Taus.
mi 1 ico with 11 Pnn Powers. Brum. . 1 f wntsrc
nH 'Hal Andrews all carnered , 4U ,,.i ,aif Am Al p.1pss-
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ten points for the Rockets. m handled most of the scoring
The third time's the charm or so for the winners while Sig Ted
Eps gained the fraternity "A" Hing, also. Midway in that stanza
nais ior me imiu ouoifui j- witn tne taiiy sianuuig at
Monday night by coming from be-Uhe Sigs began their rally. In the
U : 1 3 J : . Mnllant KollH l I J . . 1 itinn nlifeAAtflr1
luiiu hiiu uuwiims a B"'""" "" next live minum tiicj wuiowiu
of Phi Delta Theta cagers, 50-44. the Taus 6-1 and trailed by only
Ti 111 1 41 4kjJ oi-nffYVit .rflftr ha . . . I . 11 ;nnl nnM4
this same group of Sig Eps have rhey showed no signs of slack-
tried for the title, iney nave;intt their pace bs Connor, bam
1 - -r 1 -11
Bell and Ben Lonara an con
tinued to pound the nets, while
Blessing was an me winners nau
to offer. With four minutes to po
the losers had fought to a a-a
tie, but that was the best they
.mid An Rlpssinc continued to
pound the nets and the Taus
wrapped it up.
Blessing leu me stuiu wim iu
aiic KJlllvcioiij Hicn a iA "v WnilC Lavc uuiica gaiucivw w.
men's physical education depart- Connor topped the losers with ten.
nI 4.... ctirlm. f n C1- T, UTIm
iiuiig courses 101 oiuucuu vyoiiaKi vipna iiBmnia iuiu j
to teach or guard at swimming 1 Sigma Chi "B" won the right to
I l . J- M i IT
1J0015 nexi. suminei. i mm m me iraienuij' a uui
arated the two outfits for the next
too impressive. The ATO
A lifesavine class consisting of
six three-hour sessions will com
pose the Red Cross senior life sav
Ralph Weddle and Dan Brown
each getting 12 points while the
pansies chalked up win numher
13, toppling the Co-op, 39-28.
Chuck Jensen led the Pansies with
13 while Phil Haas garnered nine
more. Don Gabriel was high for
the Nebraskans with seven.
The surprising Ag Parasites
continued to knock off the big
boys Monday and downed Heagy
Manor, 28-24. The win moved the
Parasites into the semis against
the winner of the Rocket-Dent
The Parasites led all the way
in their upset victory. Duane
Krable led the winners with 11
counters while Galen Johnson
topped the losers with ten.
State Journey Pairings
THURSDAY, VARSITY COURT
12:30 Lincoln vs. Grand Island
2:05 Boys Town vs. Scottsbluff
7:00 Hastings vs. North IMatte
8:35 Northeast vs. Omaha Benson
WEDNESDAY, VARSITY COURT
12:30 Seward vs. Gerinir
2:05 Crete vs. Fullerton
7:00 Omaha Holy Name vs. Wlsner
8:35 Gordon vs. Cozad
WEDNESDAY, FRESHMAN COURT
12:30 Chappell vs. Brainard
2:05 Syracuse vs. Franklin
7:00 Hartington vs. Clarkson
8:35 Tilden vs. Loup City
THURSDAY, FRESHMAN COURT
12:30 Chester vs. Talmage
2:05 Walthill vs. Melbeta
7:00 Belgrade vs. Red Willow (McCook)
8:35 Hyannis vs. Alvo
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BILL GLASSFORD . . . Head
Football Coach Bill Glassford
extends a hearty welcome to all
of the high school athletes who
have come to Lincoln for the
State High School Basketball
Championships. "It's always a
pleasure to have athletes come
from all over the state to our
campus to compete against one
another. If anyone In the ath
letic department can be of any
service in showing any of the
athletes the campus or any
phase of our athletic program,
don't hesitate to stop In," Coach
Glassford said Tuesday.
by thumping Phi Kappa Psi andj
Farm House, respectively.
The AGR's came from behind to
topple the favored Phi Psi's, 33-28
g cuuise. loppie me iuvuicu x in a,
-.l 111 1 V.nU A nf il A I . 1 T 1 n Lnlffimfl A .if i
21, 22, 24, 28, 29 and 30 from 7 to cit, they gained the lead in the
10 p.m. 'third period 24-23 and kept it the
A water safety instructors' rest of the way, Walt Finke and
site the senior life saving course.'the winners with 13 and 11 while
.... . M i t I . n j 11 . X 1 Al.
win be held from to iu p.m. charies tsetzeiDerger uppeu me
M:,v S 1. 0. 12. 14 and 16.
Ahyone already having a life
savijig certificate can immedi
ately enter the second course. All
classes will be held at the swim-
DVii Pcl'e ulth ninp
Tho ripfpndine Bee champion
Sigs showed their best form of
the year as tney crusnea rarra
House, 56-38. The junior fcigs ais
LlctKtla W til LC . " " Iiuuac, J " c-
ming pool in the basement of the played the hottest shooting ex
Coliseum. Ihibition in this year's playoffs as
Classes will be held co-educa-they climbed to an 11-1 margin
tionally. Swimming Coach Web early in the game and won .going
Emery has charge of the men, away.
while Miss Pat Sullivan instructs Larry Gallion led the Sigs with
the women All men Interested 16 points, 11 coming in the third
should contact Coach Emery at quarter. Paul Ely contributed an
the pool, and all women wanting other ten. Ray Gard topped the
to take the course should "contact
Miss Sullivan of the women's phy
sical education department.
Men wishing to enter the classes
should contact the Student Health
Aatriaa with 12
The undefeated Ramblers and
Pansies moved into the semi
finals of Independent play with
convincing victories over Navy
snouia contact tne aiuucm, coi. '""'" : n. tv,
center for swimming permit, and ROTC and Nebraska i Co-op. The
women must obtain girls' health Ramblers won ftewle
permits in order to enter. (straight, stopping Navy, 4W4
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