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Tuesday, March 2, .1954
Huskers Lose Finale
Coach Harry Good'i Unlver
fitv of Nebraska basketball
team closed their 1953-M season
by bowing to Missouri 82-67,
Nebraska never got close as
Missouri kept the lead from the
first quarter. In the final quar
ter Nebraska outscored Missouri
19-17, but this wasn't nearly
enough to win.
High scorer for the Curnhusk-
ers was Bill Johnson with 15.
In ' another important Big
Seven clash, Kansas overrated
Colorado 83-62 to take over un
disputed lead in the conference.
Win Home Finale
Nebraska closed Its 1953-54
home basketball season- by
whipping Iowa State 78-65 Sat
urday night. It marked the last
home appearance for three sen
iorsBill Johnson, Fred Seger
and Don Weber. All three are
Johnson, the Huskers' pivot,
led the Nebraska scoring with 24
points while Serer had 13.
Wt'ber chalked up 11 In his final
Coliseum appearance. Juniors
W'illard Fagler and Stan Matzke
also aided the wlnn '.ig Huskers
with 15 and 10 points respec
tively. Some 3,500 fans watched the
final contest. The Cyclones, led
by Forward Barney Alleman, led
32-30 at halftime, but the Husk
ers roared back for a 27-point
third quarter to win handily.
low Htata (Oil) ' Nebraska (7H
Al'eman I fi
Iohnson f 3
icK'lcr I 0
'rahtn f 1
jor'zen f 0
l'thalcr f 2
luncan c 4
J)ale c 0
C'.aard g 1
ft ( (I
5-13 4 Fmlcr 4
4-6 2 Verier I 5
Hare I 0
l'roknn ( 0
Hoy I 0
R'man c-f 0
1'iiyntcr c 1
Soger g 4
Smith g 0
lloich g 0
M'zc g-f 4
ni g o
Cotital g 0
Totals 23 10-38 27 Totals
Iowa State 14 18
Nebraska 17 13
27 24-40 23
Bow Twice To
Coach Al Partin'i University
of Nebraska wrestling squad took
it on the chin twice during a
week-end trip to Minnesota. Sat
urday the Minnesota Gophers de
feated the Huskers 22-10. On Fri
day Mankato Teachers walloped
the Scarlet 25-3.
Max Kltzelman. the heavy
weight entry, was the only Husker
who was victorious In both meets.
He won his Friday match by
decision and then won a default
against the Gophers. Charlie
Bryant was the only other Ne
braska winner. He pinned the
Gophers' Ron Rude in 2:56 dur
ing Saturday s action. Satur
123 Pounds Charles Ofsthun. Minnesota,
deciiioned Hlllmct Dlenos, Nebraska. 10-4.
130 Pounds Dill Hunt, Minnesota, de
claimed Chuck (iraham, Nebraska, 8-0.
1:17 Pounds Ed Anderson, Minnesota,
pinned Jack .llrotisek, Nebraska, :2R.
147 Pounds Ron Malcolm, Minnesota,
pinned Ron Dunn, Nebraska, 2:15.
157 Pounds--John Munn, Minnesota,
dccisloned Arnold Morton, Nebraska, 8-4.
1(17 Pounds Charles Bryant, Nebraska,
pinned Hon llude, Minnesota, 2:58.
177 Pounds-Don Trask. Minnesota,
dcclsloned l.nwrenc Gnll, Nebraska, 4-2.
Htavywelaht Mai Kltzelman, Nebraska,
won by forfeit.
Day On March 27
All-Sports Day at the univer
sity of Nebraska will be held
Saturday, March 27. This marks
the fifth annual renewal of this
spring sports gala.
Feature of the day will be an
intrasquad football game at 2
At vi noon a tracK exnimuon
featuring varsity and freshmen
track athletes will be held.
At 10 a.m. an intrasquad base
ball game will be held.
Following the football game,
an Alumni-varsity DasKetnau
contest will be played in the
Originally scheduled for May
1. All-Sports Day was moved up
because of the advance in the
start of spring football practict
to March 1.
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Where To Now?
Stan Frahm of Iowa State (31)
seems puzzled as where to go
next as Nebraska's Willard
Fagler (10) moves In on the
Cyclone forward. All the ac
tion came in the Cyclone
Husker tilt at the Coliseum
Saturday night in which Coach
Courtesy Sunday Journal and Star
Harry Good's Huskers tri
umphed 78-65. It was the sec
ond win for the Huskers over
the Cyclones this season.
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On The Tramp
Working on the trampoline is
senior Max Kennedy, one of
the Husker gymnasts who will
be participating in Saturday's
All-College Invitational Gym
nastics Championships to be
held in the Physical Education
building. There will be no
admission for the big event.
Phi Delts Continue To Lead
All-University Cage Ratings
Sigma Chi Stuns Sigma Phi Epsilon Squad 39-37;
Bob Pelligrino Pours In 32 Points As Dubbers Win
By FRANK SORENSON
Sports Staff Writer
All University Ratings
1. Phi Delta Theta
2. Dubbers & Ai Jokers
4. Aloha Tau Omega
5. Pioneer House
7. Slama Phi Epslloa
8. Sigma Chi B
fl. Presby House
10. Sigma Chi A & Beta Sigma Psl
Fraternity A Ratings
1. Phi Delta Thcta
2. Alpha Tau Omega
3. Pioneer House
4. Sigma Phi Epsilon
5. Sigma Chi & Beta Sigma Psi
7. Phi Kappa Psl
8. Farm House
9. Thcta Chi
10. Beta Thela PI
Fraternity B Ratings
1. Sigma Chi
2. Beta Thcta Pi
3. Alpha Gamma Ttho
4. Phi Delta Thcta
3. Farm House
6. Si etna Phi Epsilon
7. Theta Xi
hi Kappa Psl. Delta Tau Delta
Beta Sigma Psi
1. Dubbers & At Jokers
4. Presby House
5. Dental Frosh
7. AGK Grads i
m. uorm uuuets
9. Phi Delta Phi A
gma Chi Sox & Ramblers
Sigma Chi assumed the role of
a giant killer as they sent Sigma
Phi Epsilon down to their sec
ond straight defeat 38-36. The
former League I leaders were
defeated for the first time Mon
day night by once-beaten Alpha
The heavily favored Sig Eps
started out good, leading 11-9 at
the end of the first stanza. The
Sigs then caught fire and walked
off the floor at the half with a
In a furious third quarter the
losers decreased the lead to two
points 32-30 going into the
final frame. The play then
Mermen Win, Lose
Coach Hollis Lepley's Husker
swimmers whipped the Univer
sity of Colorado mermen for the
second straight time this season
49-35 at Boulder Saturday.
On Friday the Scarlet lost both
ends of a double dual at Fort
Collins. Denver University
stopped Nebraska 54-30 and
Colorado AM nipped the Husk
ers 47-37 with a final relay win.
Husker Gym Team
Nips Iowa Friday
It was a topsy-turvy week-end
for the University of Nebraska
gymnastics team. On Saturday in
the Northwest Gym Society
meet at Minneapolis, the Univer
sity of Iowa easily defeated the
Huskers and the Minnesota
On Friday Coach Jake Geier's
Huskers split a double dual with
the Gophers , and the Hawks.
Nebraska nipped Iowa State 52
44, but fell before Minnesota 57
89. Minnesota also conquered the
Tom' Kidd, Bruce Riley, Danny
Fogel and Burrell McMaster each
won a first against the Hawks in
Friday's action while only Riley
and Max Kennedy could capture
firsts against the Gophers. Fogel
could get the only nrsi in oaiur
day's meet, winning
NEBRASKA It IOWA 44
Bidehorat 1 Kidd (N). 2 Linn (N). 3
Wh.werth (1). 4 Riley (N), 5 Hmptpn fl ).
Horizontal bars 1 Fogel (N), 2 Will-
erth I), 3 Witte (1), 4 Riley CN), 5 Kidd
Parallel bar-l McMastcrs N, 2 Kjdd
(N), 3 Riley N), 4 Kulper D, 8 HaHett
(1i,l: lnt rta 1 Riley W. 2 Hu'ctt m.
3 e-d 4 Lyman and Normaa tl) tied ,or
third, McMaster (N). .
Tumbling 1 Hailett (T, 2 Kennedy CN),
3 Rl'-v (N). 4 Fogel CN). S WiUwerth CI).
MINNESOTA 57 NEBRASKA S
pM-horsX Frantilch (M). 2 EVId CM),
3 Kidd CN), 4 Linn CN), 5 Day CM).
Trrmpollne 1 Kennedy CN), 2
CM). 3 Hodge CN), 4 Brown CM), 8 Eklln
CM' . ,
Horizontal bars -1 Day CM). 2 Fowl
CN). 3 Johnson CM), 4 Jackson CM), S Riler
"-rallel bag 1 Eklln CM), 2 Day CM
3 "-Master CN). 4 Olson CM). 6 Kidd CN).
w-3lng rl-wj 1 Riley (N). 2 Johnson
CM). 8 Jackson CM), 4 Olson CM), 6 Mo
Mffcr CN). .
Tumbling 1 Johnson CM). S Kennedy
O, 3 Eklin CM), 4 Uiier (M), 6 Fogel N.
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slowed down a great deal with
each contender hitting 8 tallies.
SIGMA ALPHA Epsilon fought
their way into a tie lor fourth
place in League I by crushing
Delta Tau Delta 70-41. Gus Leb
sock found the eye and led the
scoring with 21 points, followed
closely by brother Pat Lange
who garnered 18. Bert Sample
again led the Delts with a 10
Bob Pelligrino burned up the
nets with 32 points while he and
his teammates rampaged over
the hapless Clippers 85-22. The
Dubbers, leader of League XII,
extended their win streak 13
games. Teammate Keith Clouse
swished in 21 markers to cose
within one point of equalling the
Clippers total effort.
Action in the Fraternity A
playoffs start Tuesday with all
games being played in the Coli
seum. At 7:30 Pioneer House vs
League LLL 4th place. League
I 4th place vs. League II 2nd
place. At 8:30 League I 1st
Elace vs. League II 3rd place,
eague IV 3rd place vs. Farm
' I-M Cage Results
Phi Kappa , Psl
Zeta Beta Ta
04 Helta Vpslloo 35
93 A TO Rcrnbs ... 29
3:1 romhusker Co-op 24
Jayhawks Easily Take
Big Seven Track Title
Cliff Dale Again Wins Shot Put
As Scarlet Finish In Sixth Place
How They Scored
tin-yard tfash , . . , 4
AO-yard hla-n itarmeg
0-yang low hurdles 0
440-yard dash I)
8K().ard nm ...... 0
Two mlla run 0
Mils relay O
I K KH M N O
0 1 4 0 0 1
I T 43 IS 27
n 1 IK1N K
Brosd lump ...418000
Htiih lum ... n 1 7 0 0 xvi
Hhot put 0 4 0 t
fole unit . . . . 0 0 x z 1
Newman Club . . 40 OVO
A 1KB SO Roph Tents
Pioneer House 75 Delta Sigma Phi
Pi Kappa Phi B 38 ARR B
Beta Hlgma Psl 49 Helta Hlgraa PI .
Farm House 38 PI Kappa Phi . .
M Street 41 Ed 30 Inkers . .
OIItc Oilers 40 Hoopsters
Inter-VarsHy 37 Methodists
Hlgma ( hi 801 8 Al's tiaag
Totals IS 4 13 t 4 10H 13Mi
Grand totals . tl 11 58 20 (1 11 Ml 87 Mi
Coach Bill Easton's Kansas
team, a solid pre-meet favorite
literally breezed to the Big
Seven Indoor Track and Field
title this weekend in Kansas City.
The powerful Jays rolled up 58
points, 27 more than their closest
rival, the Missouri Tigers.
VVes Santee, winner In both the
mile and the 880, led the Kansas
attack and broke the existing
mile record that he had set last
year by running the distance in
4:06.8. The effort fell consider
ably short of his try for the world
record as well as failing to touch
the indoor board mark of 4:05.3
held by Gil Dodds.
The Jays had another double
winner in Bill Biberstein who
easily swept both hurdle events.
The victorious Kansas team won
every first in the track events
except the 60-yard dash, the 440
and the mile relay.
NEBRASKA DIDN'T fare too
well in the final results. The
Huskers, who could only score
one point in the track events,
finished in sixth place with HVz
points, only a . point ahead of
seventh-place Iowa State.
Cliff Dale, the Falls City
weight man, was the best the
Huskers could offer. The husky
senior retained his shot put title
by throwing the iron ball 48 feet
8 inches. It was the only Ne
braska first of the meet.
Other Huskers to place in
cluded Ken Reiners, Jim Hof
stetter and Phil Heidelk. Reiners
won fifth in the shot with a
heave of 48 feet-4 inches while
Hofstetter tied for third in the
pole vault with a leap of 13 feet
3 inches. Heidelk tied for third
in the high jump at 6 feet 3
The Huskers suffered in the
track events when their best
bet for honors, Brien Hendrick-
son, was disqualified in the semi
finals heat of the 440.
00-yard high hurdles Won by Bill Biber
stein (K); 2nd Fritz - Hageboeck (O, 3rd
Ray Holfman (IS); 4th Richard Ellis M)i
5th Fay Russell (KS). Time :07.6.
60-yard dash Won by Jtiel Swcatte (OV,
2nd Corky Taylor (KS); 3rd Carroll Hardy
CD; 4th Dick Blair (K); 5th Ron Gray
(C). Time :06.3.
. Milt run Won by Wes Santee OOs 2nd
Art Daliell (K); 3rd Allen Frame (Kit
4lh Kenneth Hlrshey (M) 5th Lloyd
Coby (K). Time 4:06.5. (New record I
old mark set by Wes Hantee, Kansas, la
SO-yard ma Won by Wes Santee OOl
2nd Art Dulzell (K)i 3rd Ron Reed (0)1 4th
Ken Hlrshey (M)i 5th Harold Heard (M).
Two mils raa Won by Al'en Frame
(K); 2nd Charles Williams (M); 3rd Norm
(timer K): 4th Eugene Hart US)l 6th Lyna
Romsnn (M). Time 9:38.6.
440-yard ran Won by Bob Massengsle
(Ml; 2nd Marvin Chiles (KS): 3rd Jerry
Rowe (KS); 4th Tom Albert (M); 6th Phil
Beeler (O). Time :50.8.
Hhot put Won by Cliff Dale (N),
48-8 Vi; 2nd Gene Blast (K. 49-1 Hi 3rd
Bob Van Dee (O), 4R-11V4; 4th Ron
Salmons (M), 49-9 Ki 5th Ken Reiner
Broad lump Won by Neville Price (OU
24-4 Vi; 2nd Carroll Hardy (C), 33-9 Ht
3rd Hank Phllman (IS), 22-11; 4th Bob
Smith (K), 22-6 V.; 5th Erwln Cook (O),
High rump Tie for 1st and 2nd between
Leon Nells (K and Bob Whiddon (O),
6-4; tie for 3rd and 4lh between Phil Hei
delk (N) and Kermit Hollingsworth (Kb
6-3; 5th Steward (IS), 6-2.
Milt relay Won by Oklahoma (Dlak
Shunatona, Phil Beeler, Charles Scully.
Harry Lee); 2nd Kansas State; 3rd Kansasi
4th Iowa State; 5lh Nebraska Tlm 3:24.
Polt fault Tie for first between Dennis
Plooster C) and Stewart Walker (C), 13-6;
tie for 3rd among Frank Dickey CM), Jim
Hofstetter (N) and Fred W insert (KS). 13-3.
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