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Friday, February 18. 19S5
Theta Chi's Romp;
Phi Delts Hold Top
By DON CAMPBELL
Sports Staff Writer
Plenty of cage activity high
lighted the intramural scene this
week as three games were
played Monday, seven Tuesday,
and eleven Wednesday.
Monday night Alpha Gamma
Sigma edged Brown Palace, 35
28, as Boyd Stuhr sank 13 for the
winners and Larry McCormick hit
for the same total for the losers.
The Farm House quint brought
their record to 4-3 as they edged
the AGR's, 4042, while Canfield
B, led by Don Lundin's 10 points,
held first place in League 12 with
a 35-28 triumph over Manatt B.
Warren Seger was high for Manatt
Theta Chi Romps
Tuesday Pi Kappa Phi forged
ahead in the race for the runner
up spot in League 3 with a 29-20
victory over Beta Sigma Psi. The
win gave the Pi Kaps a 5-3 rec
ord, while it dropped the Beta
Sigs to third place with a 4-4
mark. Meanwhile the Theta Chi's
put on the scoring spree of the
year, walloping the Teke's, 95-36.
In other first games, Dick Klei-
ber netted 12 and Bob Ebers 11 to
lead the ATO B's to a 36-28 win
over the Delts, while the Fiji B's
sank the Sig Eps, 41-25.
Canfield Downs Avery
There was action galore in
League 9 Tuesday. The Canfield
quintet, in a three-way tie for first
with Avery and Manatt, dispensed
with one competitor with a 57-31
triumph over Avery. Lavern Torc
lon netted 28 and Gene Torczon 19
for the winners. Manatt, paced by
Bob Carroll's 16 tallies, stayed in
the race, downing Bessey, 43-27.
In the other League 9 game the
Gustavson n five came through
Phi Delta Theta T
Alpha Tia Omen 7
Beta Theta Pi 8
Delta Taa Delta 5
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Sicma On .J
Ha Gum Delta X
Delta VwOan . J
Msn Phi EnBtoa ............. .6
Pi Kim Pa ............... ...t
Farm Horn .8
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Phi Deta Tana .......
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League 8 Freshmen
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On the strength of a 27 point outburst against the Missouri Tigers, Willard Fagler, the 6-5 cocaptam
captured the scoring lead from sophomore Rex EkwaU. Faglers total against the Misaourians brought his
17 game mark to 210 pants, one better than the 6-4 Ekwall. Fagler's mark is on the basis of 65 field
goals and 80 free throws. Rex has meshed 71 field goals and 67 free throws.
As a team the Haskers have relinquished 1,21 p ousts to MU's 1,283. Their percentage from the field
and free throw line have exceeded that of the 17 opponents. One other player, co-captain Stan Matzke
has reached the double figures. He is averaging 10.2 with a total of 164 points.
Chuck Smith and Gary Reszlemaa are waging a close duel battle. Both men have hit 160 points in
17 games for a 9 4 mark.
Willard Fader, e 17
Rex JOrwalL f 17
Stam Matoke. f 1
.Gary ReraelmaA, e 17
Omek Snh. f 17
Daase BacL t H
Nermaa CesfaL T 17
Bob Pr4, 4
ArU Bales, t 19
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Bin WeQs. t - W
Bffl Ray. a: 14
DwsBer Daekele, f
Ketraska Tstals 17
OpptMeais Ttials 17
Baseball mentor Tony Sharpe
tias sn&ooaced plans for getting
the freshmen baseball seassa
teisder way. A ery important
eiir. for all freshmen inter
ested in freshmen baseball will be
held at 7:80 pjn., Monday, Febru
ary 23th in the field house. Any,
a . . . a. j
iresaman woo cas use sizgmeu,
Everest in playing baseball is
nrged by Coach Sharp to attend
for their first victory, bumping
Seaton I, 42-31.
Phi Delt'i Hold First
Wednesday night activity" saw
an important game in League 1.
The leading Phi Delts, with a 6-1
record, got by the threatening
ATO's, 56-48, to cement their hold
on first place. The ATO's are still
runner-up with a 7-2 record. In
the other game in League 1,
Charles Smith sank 23 points as
the Delts clubbed the Beta's, 66
45. In League 10, Wes Lowell paced
the undefeated Seaton II five with
26 tallies for their fifth straight
win. The victory set the stage for
a real battle Saturday, when Sea
ton II and Hitchcock, both with
5-0 records, meet for the first
v Unbeaten Fall
The unbeaten ranks were de
creased Wednesday as Gustavson
I (1-5) lowered the boom on Ben
ton (6-0) and upset the league
leaders, 47-40. Joe SadowsM was
the sparkplug for Gus I, netting
20 points. Selleck gained a tie for
first place in the league with a
53-22 romp over Burnett. Doug
Hunter's 25 and Jerry Krause's 18
paced Selleck to the win.
Another undefeated squad, the
Ag Men A five, fell at the hands
of the AGR Grads, 34-25, while
the Rustlers dropped the Ag Men
B squad, 35-24.
ATO Frosh Win
Led by Ted Awtry's 18, Beta
Upsilon Mu recovered from a 29
28 deficit at the three-quarter
mark to down AIA, 38-35. Delta
Theta Phi climbed in the stand
ings with a 33-26 triumph over
Delta Alpha Pi.
In the frosh league Farmhouse
shaded the Phi Delts, 27-25, and
the ATO's edged the Fiji's, 42-34.
League 9 Dorm A
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Beaaey ..................... 2 5
Gtatavsoa n 6
League 10 Dorm A
Hitchcock ..................... S O
Seaton II ...... S O
Boucher .....8 8
raimeia ..................1 5
Andrews ....................... .0 6
League 1 1 Dorm A
Benloa 8 1
Selleck 6 1
Burnett .................5 5
GuRanoB I 2 8
League 12 Dorm B
Canficid ft 1
Hitchcock C 1
Manatt ....................5 3
Burnett ........................4 2
Hitchcock B 3 4
Avert I 6
League 14 Ag College
Ju NtalA ..... 8 1
Andrew ...0 9
cuppers ........................3 1
At Jo era ......................5 2
AGR Grads ....5 3
Kay Seed 2 4
Hostlers ......2 7
As Mea B 0 7
Neamnaa Clab ..................10 ft
Inrcr-VartTtr ........... .5 4
Baptist Koosa S 4
Lotheraas ...................4 4
PM EtraOoa Kappa ..............7
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Fmaan Dean .................4 . I
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Delta fecrtdM 8 8
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Brainard Moves Up
Dobbs Looms As KU's Lone Spark
With 84 Points In Three Contests
By MAX KREITMAN
Through a dismal season, one
bright spark is alive for coach
Forest Allen's Kansas Jayhawks.
He is a 6-2 junior tfrom Bartles
ville, Okla. Dal Dobbs, the Kansas
all-Big Seven choice from last
year, is currently setting a blister
ing scoring pace.
In the Jayhawks last three out
ings, the crafty youngster has
meshed a total of 84 points.
Against the Hawks arch-rival,
Kansas State, Dobbs poured
through 36 tallies. He came back
against Oklahoma AIM to net 23
points, and climaxed the three
game total with a 25 point effort,
against the cellar-dwelling Okla
homa Sooners Wednesday evening.
This brings the Kansas captain's
total to 275 points in 15 KU outings,
good for an 13.3 average.
Last year as a sophomore,
Dobbs was one of four Kansans
chosen for conference honors. He
was selected along with Al Kelley,
B. H. Born, and Harold Patterson.
As a rookie, Dal scored 183 points
in conference play and had an
over-all total of 270. His mark
topped all sophomore performers
in the league. He needs only 73
more points to top Jerry Waugh's
four year mark. With this accom-
plishment, he would be among the
top 1C scorers in KU annals.
At the end of the current cam-
paign, Dobbs will be within close
range of Claude Houchin's four
year mark. In four seasons, Houch-
in tallied 658 points, highest mark
for KU guards.
His 38 points against the Wild
cats was the best road effort
shown by a KU guard. Only Clyde
Lovellette ever topped this mark.
In his senior year, Clyde tallied
44 points against St. Louis, 42
against SMU, 41 at Colorado (a
Big Seven mark that was broken
last year by Bora), and 40 poiata
in the NCAA finals against La-
While Dobbs has been carrying
most of tae scoring brunt, another
Jayhawk is beginning to show him
self, coming off the bench as
second string center, junior Bill
himself as one
wards. In two
a g a i nst OU
and A&M, be
for 39 points.
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the position of Braiaard
No. 2 center very we'd. As Bora's
replacement, he saw action in all
21 KU contests, bitting the nets
for S6 points. He twice hit 10 or
more free-throws in conference
play. This year he started out in
his same role, giving way to sopho
more center Lew Johnson.
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For Crucial Confesf
As college basketball heads into'
the homestretch, Nebraska's cage
squad find themselves in Jayhawk
territory Saturday as they invade
the Kansas maples. For the Husk
era, this could be the turning point
of the season.
After" getting of f to a bad start
at the first of their schedule, the
Bushmen dropped a series of road
games to nonconference foes on
their Southern swing. After a
mediocre display at the pre-season
tourney at Kansas City, the Husk
ers continued their losing ways by
dropping a pair of conference
games away from home. Then the
revolution came and the Scarlet
put on a dazzling array of court
magic as they weaved their spell
over seven consecutive foes to
amass a clean slate in home play.
After a thrilling upset over the
loop leading Colorado Buffs, the
Big Reds held off too long as their
rally fell short and the nationally
rated Missouri Tigers broke the
win skein. Now the Kansas quintet
looms as the crucial point of the
season. A victorious road trip
would assure the Huskers of a
better than average season and an
extended showing of their away
from home performances could put
the Huskers into the red for 1955.
If the Jayhawks dont prove to be
a stumbling Mock for the bas
keteers, the outlook of the remain
der of the games will look a lot
Coach Phog Allen's crew will be
out to avenge the licking handed
them earlier at Nebraska. The
underclassmen studded Jayhawks
stand as a rough assignment for
the Cornhuskers on their native
boards. Led by their All-Big Seven
guard Dallas Dobbs, the Jayhawks
will start their usual two soph
omores and three juniors. This
combination has proved successful
for the Hawks as they enter
tomorrow night's fray fresh from
conquests over Oklahoma and Ok
will be on campus to discuss yotir future
Tuesday, February 22, 1955
ia Lockheed's expanding research
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Lockheed Missile Systems Division
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Its research and development cover
virtually every field of scientific endeavor.
With a $ 10,000,000 research laboratory
program now in progress, Missile Systems
Division is performing advanced research ia
areas of science never before explored.
Allen will answer the call with
Gene Elstun and Bill Brainard at
forwards, 6-6 Lew Johnson at cen
ter, and Dobbs and John Parker
at guards. Though this crew is
inexperienced, it has come a long
way since the opening whistle.
For Jerry Bush's five, the same
line-up of Chuck Smith and Rex
Ekwall at forwards, Willard
Fagler at the pivot, and Stan
Matzke and Duane Buel at guards.
Fagler has been burning the nets
in his last two outings, netting 25
against Colorado and 27 in the
Sooners At NU
The University of Nebraska gym
nastics team split a pair of
matches as they took to the road
last week end. The tumblers were
riding undefeated until they met
the University of Iowa at Iowa
City last Friday. The Hawkeyes
defeated the Cornhuskers in a. dual
meet 52H-43V. The Iowans are
rated as the number one gymnas
tics team in the Big Ten confer
ence. From Iowa City the Husk
ers traveled to Chicago where
they defeated Illinois Navy Pier
in Saturday's meet by a score of
Final Indoor Meet
The Cornhusker track team,
meanwhile, will wind up its dual
indoor season Saturday afternoon
as the thinclads meet with the
University of Oklahoma at the sta
dium indoor track at 1:00. In last
year's meet, the Husker cinder
men defeated the Sooners by dom
inating the field events as Jon
McWilliams took three first-place
blue ribbons. Saturday's meet will
be the season for Oklahoma's
Sooners and the final indoor com
petition xor both teams will be the
Big Seven championships at Kan
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