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The Dailv Nebraskan
Monday, January 13, 1953
By DEL RASMUSSEN
Edition Sports Editor
The University of Nebraska
hoopstt-rs fought valiantly, bat;
fntilely, Saturday night when they
faced fourth-ranked Kansas State
and finally fell to bitter defeat.
The Huskers jumped Into an ear
ly lead and pressed the Wildcats
throughout the game but finally
were overcome by the powerful
depth on the bench of the K-
Even the score did not show the
real closeness of the game as tne: p.m. on me museum nwi.;
Huskers went out to m m tne game,
and almost did, but with six min-
tes remaining in the fray the
Wildcat power started showing to
give the Kansas men the game.
T ro Kansas State " 11th vic-
tnn, f th fnn as comoiled
with only one loss for the cam-
paign. This was Kansas state s
muuu win uk oiB .s"h - "";t -
tition while the Cornhuskers failed
to Droduce. as yet. their first
win in the conference. The Husk
ers now have a 5-8 mark for the
It was the cool shooting percent
age far Nebraska that kept the
Huskers in the game. The Bush
mentored men hit a respective
89.6 per cent of their shots while
the K-State club managed only
29 baskets for 78 attempts for a
J7.2 per cent from the floor.
In the rebound department the
Buskers failed miserably getting
nly 37 rebounds as opposed to
67 for the Wildcats.
High man for the Huskers was
Ion Smidt who came t h r o u g h
Pictured It Husker eaptaln
Gary Reimers who potted 14
points In the K-State game In
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Grid Staff To Increase,
Regents Give Permission
University Board of Regents
gave permission to increase the
football staff from six to seven
A "top flight assistant is be
fc)g sought to take the same spot
that Bill Jennings held for Pete
Ellitt", said athletic director Bill
Orwig. He said the salary would
be $8,000 to $9,000.
The qualifications for the job in
clude being schooled in the sin
gle wing formation, a man capa
ble of taking over the reins in
The University of Nebraska is
- i aL iid iai i
a iwiig y uuvis A'f vk i
football ratings according to the
Williamson System of rating.
The Huskers who started out the
season ln the 74th spot on the same
rating, and finished the season
with a 107 national ranking.
Auburn grabbed onto the top
pot in the nation followed by Ohio !
State. Michigan State, Navy and
Mississippi for the top five clubs,
Oklahoma was dropped to the
ninth position in the final rat
ings. The Big Eight Conference mem
bers were scattered all over the
list and, with the exception of I
Oklahoma, were rather near the
last of the group. '
In the Big Eight Oklahoma was ,
rated 9th, Kansas 41st, Missouri J
43rd, Colorado 47th, Oklahoma
Slate 55th, Kansas Slate 79th, Iowa
Stale 85th and Nebarska 107th.
Other Nebraska schools were
also represented, no. Z53 in the
nation was Hastings, no. 244 was
Kearney, Omaha "as at 313, Doane
rntad no. 318, Luther College no.
401, Nebraska Wesleyan at 42C,
Midland nt 444. Cliadron at 450, : Day has been tentatively sched
V'ayne was rated no. 471, Daua ! tiled for April 26. Drills will open
479 and Concordia 521. I on April 7 and conclude on May 3.
i with 16 points for the evening
followed by Willie Fitzpatrick with
15 tallies. Gary Reimers added
points to the total
"We played real good oau.
Husker coach Bush said. '"We
were only a points behind with
about b minutes W ?;ay ana inenihuskers m our stat t0 nowI
a couple breaks went against us ; indigr.antlv of course, that the ath-
and that was the ball game." ietic plan"t at the University of
'Their superior height was just : Xebraska nad become defunct.
too much for us." Bush added. J Evervone participated in the
The Huskers will again see ac-; screaming but no one could offer
tion tonight when they meet the' rrwvl Ruffwestions
j Oklahoma Sooners m Lincoln at
K-State 74 NEBRASKA 5
, ' . . '
J 18.104.22.168. . Missouri 55
I OMahm St.
51 Tulsa 43
Wisconsin 67 Ohio Stale 64
; orthweslem S3 .... Michigan 72
j indiana go. Illinois 82
Michigan State 84 Purdue 75
Local High School
University High 44 Wahoo 35
Northeast 51 . . Omaha Westside 50
Wesleyan 85 Dana 72
Ohadron 57 Midland 43
Kearney 61 Wayne 47
York JC 63 Luther JC 42
Maryland 74 N. Carolina 61
Cincinnati 105 Syracuse 100
Detroit 129 .
j St. Urn is 102
Boston 98 i
Courtesy Lincoln Journal
which Nebraska lost. Reimers is
currently leading the Husker
cage squad in scoring.
an emergency, and a strong ex
ponent of the Tennessee-style of
An assistant at Iowa State, Le
Roy Pearce. was the first name
mentioned. Pearce is still in the
picture with Jim Myers of Iowa
State, wlio is after the Texas A.
and M. job.
If Myers get the Aggie job lie
said he would take Pearce and
two other assistants to Texas with
him. Pearce might become lead
ing candidate for the Cyclone job
if Myers should leave.
Jennings includes in his plan the
desire to install the multiple of-
j fense at Nebraska when spring
j practice begins on April 7.
j Saturday the Regents gave Jen
l nings a $1,000 pay boost which
j brings his salary to $13,000 for the
' ' , .
biough, Warren Schmakel, and
Dick Monroe, assistant foot
ball coaches, were given $500
boosts. For the coming year their
salary will be $7,500 each.
Orwig's plan to put two coaches
full time on the freshman staff
th " ' ftnji ' . . j . ,
the frpshmpn anfi haE ,
as a scout.
For the head freshman job
Warren Schmakel has the inside
track. Landry, assistant freshman
coach who resigned in December,
will be replaced by a man from
the present staff or will be the
man hird to find someone,
Jennings said he has talked to
several possible candidates for
the NU iobs but that
has been made yet. Jennings has
Just returned from the American 1
Football Coaches Convention at '
Spring practice will be moved j
back a month, announced the NU ;
May 3 U Ivy Day on tne NU
campus, therefore All-Sports:
The crusade has begun! The Uni-1 athletic improvemeirs at Ihs Uni
versity has taken upon itself fiVersitv. I heartilv endorse
enlarge the physical plant he.e
at the institution' in order that it
might combat the increasing short-
! comings of the production of win-
nint. jithiptip team
:, nthiptir. t.amc
j arid eleven corrniled a 1-ft re.'-
I tj,e faithful and loyal Corn-
j But llow our &oard of Regents
taken it upon themselves to
strengttien our facilities and alle -
viate our plicht. Saturday the
i Board met and voted an increase
i in the conrhin? staff-from six tn
I s"i' The men also enlarged the
; pay cnecKS ot our ooacnes. si.inw.mas vacation Larry also thre
I was voted to head coacn Bill Jen-
nings while each of the assistants
will receive a $500 boost.
This move, along with the lor -
j mation of two clubs the Touch-
'down Club and the Point Aft ?r
Touchdown Club nnaugerated for
the raising of funds needed for
In Big Eight Meet
! Three old marks were erased last
j Saturday as the Kansas Jayhawks
literally swamped the Nebraska
Cornhuskers in a Big Eight dual
swimming meet in Lawrence, Kan
John Jeffrey smaslwd the record
in the 200-yard butterfly distance
for the second time this year as
he churned the contest in a time of
2:27.5 to rewrite his own time of
2:29.5 set earlier in the season.
Jayhawker Jared Peity clipped
.9 from an eight year old mark in
the dual 220 race to reset the rec
ord at 2:23.6.
The Huskers could only gair two
first in the dual meet one in the
firsts in the dual meet one m the
tesy of Ron Renter and the second
in 200-yard backstroke contest
when Husker Frank Thomson pro
duced the win in 2:30.1.
Other Husker points were garn
ered by Bill North. John Holeman.
Joe Bonnemeier, Carl Bodenstein
er. Harvey Fair, and Jerry Brown.
The tankmen of Nebraska will
next see action this coming Satur
day when thehy face Kansas State
Wildcats at 2:(K) p.m. in the Coli
thews. Jim I.aull&w. John Jeffrey. Steve
4110 medley relay 1. Kansas (Bill. Mut
Hill: 2 Nebraska. Time 4:21.8 (new rec
ord, new event).
mi fiwslyle-1, Jared Piety. KI : I
John Poort, KV: 3 BiU Nnrtli, M.". Time
2:(,6 'old record, 2:24. j John Kflman,
n lreestvle-1 Knn Renier Nl" : J Kd
Poorl, KL ; 3 John liolernan. NL. Time
Divine 1 Matthew. 171 8: 3 lue
Scott, M! 'no third i.
200 butterfly I Jeffre) . 3 Joe Bonne
meier. Mr; 3 Carl Bodernrtein. NL'. Time
JAMAICAN JET Hunker track
star Keith Gardner Is one of the
reasons couch Frank Sevigne i
looking forward to a good year
Cap Timm, coach of Iowa State's
Big Eight baseball champions, has
been elected president of the
American Association of College
Other officers for li58 include
Rod Dedaoux, Southern California,
first vice president; J. 0. Chris
tian, Connecticut, second vice
president; Wally Rabb, North Car
olina, third vice-president, and
Kyle Anderson, Chicago, secretary
treasurer. OR. PLCCH'S
DIRECTORY OF MAGICIANS
DR. MEYER BLOCH
Eastern Magical Society
240 Rlvington Street
New York 2. N.T.
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I would certainly congi-atulaw:
;11 Board members for their vo-e
of fn.ridence ln our saff of
coaches and me.rbers of the fooi-
ball team. Although this may have
110 "l ceable elfcts in the near
iuuuc, i leei Mire mat umn me
span 0 a dec-aip- Nebraska will
able to wun an' S;ieat
cnd Pwer $!l8t 11 n-ust meet on
lhe schedule on even terms.
Husker Grlrid(-r Erased.
I Many times durine the 1H.S7 rhi
season Husker halfback L a r r.y
! avnaux started running to h s left
; toc " pitch-out and flipped an
aerial good for many yards
'throughout the coirse of the sea-;
j Over the course of the Christ -
j something bat it wasn t the pig
! skin. This t me Larry, a junior in
i Teachers College threw an engage-
1 ment ring that was caught by
Sharon Airv, also a junior in
; Teachers from Grand Island. Con-
i pratulations Larry, and Sharon,
j This time it was really a big gain.
( tiunesy l.nuHtU Star !
-l':7 : 'old record 2:43 Tom ( Icvt-DWer,
Kill treewyle -1 Hill; 2 Kenler: 3 K.
PeiiM. 'I irm- .r'7.:i.
'.MM! h:tcktrfke 1 l-'rank Tlmnisuu. NL;
J lliirvcy 1 ail . 3 Malthrwa. Time -t.m.l.
411 Ireeslyle-l 1'iel.v; 2 North; 3 J.
Pt"rt. Time S : 2(1.2.
200 hreaslroke 1 l.aidlaw: 2 Jeffrey: 3
Jerry Brim-n NL'. Time 2:42, t. (new rex."'
ord. new event i.
UK) trecslyle relay - 1 Kaiwt- 'Piety,
Hill, J. 1'i'irl, K. Htmrtii 2 Nebraska.
fur tt ik tliinrlads. Gardner, in hi
last year of collegiate nniieli
tiin, should be one of the stal
warts of Itig Might track rompe-
if f TH
JIT. .1 ll m,amuUmmmm - -gm
4 J NINA NOVAK GEORGE ZORITCH
ALAN HOWARD IRINA BOROWSKA GERTRUDE TYVEH
MIGUEL TEREKHOV EUGENE SUVIN DENI UMONT KENNETH GltlESPIt
Wednesday, Jan. 15
One Performance Only 8:15 P.M.
TICKETS: $1.50, $2.00. $2.50, $3.00
Box office open daily or call 7-3761
Student Discount 50c Except on $1.50 Tickets
McKee Wins, Brand Ties,
For NU's Only Mat Counters
The University of Nebraska's
wrestling tam dropped their
opening cent est to a more gineu
Skirls In Sports
Intra murals have been continu
ing since vacation and several new
tournaments are being planned
for second semester.
Games were played this week
in the double elimination volley
ball tournament with the follow
ing results: In the semi-finals of
the winners' bracket, the Alpha
Xis defeated the Independents and
the Delta Gammas, team 1. beat
the Kappa Deltas. Then in the
final game, the Alpha Xis downed
the Delta Gammas. However, this
c nst mii-gnliiA t h A
rhflmnwHihm for thev still must
play the winner of the losers. ' der stunus, (beginningi big pike
In the losers' bracket's semi- j surface dive, back dolphin, dive
finals, Weslev Foundation defeat-! from side of pool, two optional
ed the Tri belts and the Alpha j stunts; (advanced" ballet legs,
Chis beat the Alpha Phis, team i k'P. dive. 'wo optional stunts to
2. In the next games, the Kappa j the degree of difficulty of 1.5 or
Deltas conquered Wesley Founda-. over; under diving, any five op
tion and the Alpha Chis w e r e ! tional dives.
downed by the Independents.
Next week the Kappa Deltas : no more than three single con
play the Independents on Wednes- i tests, exclwling diving,
day and Thursday the winner of; Tj,e w.A.A. held a social hour
that game plays the Delta Gam-; ast Thursday from 8-9:30 p. ni. in
mas men miring ine nrst ee
! vl U1C .nci.
ner of Thursday's game ached-
in iu piay mc .ujjim n
In the co-rec volley ball con-;
test, tne two top reaiiib in chosen at this meeting. see an-
of the four leagues are now play-! other part 0f Rag for story. U
ing games. Last week these teams . hope(j that by having one re-compe-ed:
Newman Club downed presentative from each house,
Alpha Phi, team 2, -Sig Alph; Tri-j more interest in the intramurals
Delt-ATO defeated A O Pi-Phi j
ueit: Aipna Ai-Mgina cm oeai
Residence Halls, team 2, - Bessey;
Chi Omegas. 2. -Kappa Sig defeat
ed Th eta-Phi Psi; V.pha Chi
Farmhouse downed Alpha Phi,
team l.-Sig Alph; and Kappa Del-1
ta-Theta Xi beat Kappa-Delts. 1
No more co-rec games will be I
played until Feb. 11 due to Coed j
Follies tryouts. Fcr the same rea-1
son, no intramurals are scheduled
for Tuesday night.
Bowling contestants have fin
ished the first round of games. The
upper fifty per cent of the highest
bowling scores included 56 peo-
Couneo Unroln Junrnal
tition. The Husker open on Feb.
1 hosting Kansas State and Iowa
State in a triangular meet in Lin
coln. DENHAM, Director
Minnesota team here last Satur-
day. The defending Big Ten Wrest-
. lers won six oi tne eigm matcnes
pie. They will participate in the
second round the first week of
A swimming meet is planned
for Wednesday and Thursday
nights at the Coliseum and is open
to anybody. The two main events
are speed and farm. In the speed
event are included the 25 yard
free style, 25 yard breast stroke.
! 25 yard back crawl. 50 yard free
j style. 75 yd. individual medley,
: 75 yd. medley relay and 100 yd.
j style relay. In the form event, un-
! Aaf ctrloc ic tVui fWit frH'l
1 breast stroke and side stroke: un -
Anyone pariitipating may enter,
; Parlor A o the Umon. The main
purpose o: uie meeting was wriv.,.. nr v,hr9Sb in S-43.
the members of W.A.A. to meet
uie two reprefentati ves irom acn i
; organized house. Each house sent
two giTs and one 0f tnem was
win reslll. w.A.A. is scheduling
fl mass meetini! for a members i
Believe it or not, I actually went
bowling during vacation. I guess
I just couldn't keep myself away
from the allevs
real truth is that the athletes in
Sioux Fails (pronounced Soo Foo)
and our dates were one and the
same tin plural), and since the
men always decide what to do,
they wanted to go bowling. So
naturally we went bowling. For
some strange reason, I bowled
three lines without being too over
ly spastic and got my first de
cent score ever. 1 had fond ex
pectations of becoming a bowling
wttiz, but I was soon to be dis
illusioned. In bowling class now, we are
doing our skill tests and the grade
you receive on your skill test is
the average of the best out of
five games you bowl. Of course
this is the time to do your worst
. . . I mean best . . . well, any
way I've never bowled so terrib
ly in my life and I doubt whether
I will mention the sport again in
this column. And this time I mean
it. too! So . . . tough darts!
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and took four of the matches by
Only two Huskers saved face ia
the fray. These were Husker Ken
McKee in the 137-pound class and
Dan Brand, Huskers heavywight. ,
: Brand, undefeated in his first
accept a draw with bis Big Ten
opponent of Pete Veld man.
The loss was the debut of Wil
liam Smith as the head wrestling
mentor at be University.
The Gophers gained their 30-5
victory over the Huskers with
startling ease beginning the rout
with a pinning over Gil Nielsen
by Charles P runty in the 125
Next was the 130 pound entry
of Dick Mueller of Minnesota who
won by a forfeit because Nebras
ka had no entry in that class.
In the 137-pound division Ne
' braska received the only ftrign
spot when Ken McKee gained th
only Nebraska victory when b
decisioned John Ross. 8-2.
Kent Walton of Nebraska
pinned by Jim Riefsteck in th
147-pound entry, while Ken Lot
of Nebraska received the sair.'r
treatment by Ron Baker in tb
1 J D , , "vmnnr. i-t.
siond Bil lLaFleur of Nebraska
in the 167 weight class.
The fastest pinning of the day
was produced by Bill Wright of
! Minnesota when te pillned Jim
j - NexlJcame the Husker's pride
and iov vested in Dan Brand, the
. vho was searching for his sev-
victory in as many starts
this year. But it just wasn t to
Be the Cornhusker's day Satur
day in the Coliseum and Dan had
to be content with a 1-1 draw
with heavyweight Pete Veldman
j of Minnesota
The next outing will be in Lin
coln this Friday for the Husker
mat men when they meet Matika
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