The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 05, 1958, Page Page 3, Image 3

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    Wednesday, February 5, 1958
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Turner Wins Semester's First
Star Award For Point Spree
Sophomore Connects For 20 To Lead
Second Half Rally Against Iowa State
Sports Editor
Herschell Turner, 6'2"
Bophomore starter for the
Scarlet basketball squad,
rates this semester's first
Star of the Week Award.
Turner cops the award for
his play against Iowa State
last Saturday. Hersch led
a second half Nebraska
comeback with a 19 point
scoring spree to finish the
game with a total of 20.
Turner's feat was more impres
sive because the pressure was on
him all the way. Nebraska was
behind 42-21 at halftime and Tur-
biggest high school thrill and adds i first time this year that Turner
casually that Oscar Robinson, cur
rent national scoring leader in the
college ranks, played for the op
posing squad.
As a college player, Turner lists
his biggest thrill as the first time
he started. This li a statement
typical of Turner's attitude toward
basketball which coach Jerry
Bush says is ''tremendous."
On the floor, Turner is a crowd
pleaser. His main offensive weap
on is a fadeaway jump shot and
when he shoots it, he seems to
hang in midair. Though he is short
by basketball standards, he has
tremendous spring and a sturdy
build which has enabled him t3
lead the Huskers in rebounding.
tier had scored onlv one ooint. The He is ahead of running mate Wil
second half might well have seen son Fitzpatrick, 127-116 in this de-
a continuation of the route with-! pariment aner sixteen games.
out an inspired effort.
Turner, under heavy pressure
from men taller than he bv as
Turner's rebounding could possibly
improve even more if the Huskers
could come up with a big man
much as six inches, provided theunder the bucket to Uock off
insDired effort. He hit seven field eru!
goals and five out of nine free
throws as Nebraska whittled ttieir
foes lead by six points, out-scoring
them 43-37 the second period.
The basketball brochure pro
duced by John Bently, lists Turner
as a commercial art major and
Hersch combines drawing with
basketball like another Big' Eight
negro standout, Bob Boozer of
Kansas State.
The brochure also lists Turner's
home town as Indianapolis and he
played his prep basketball there
at Shortridge High School. He also
competed in track, but Hersch
says of his efforts in the ovel, "I
just ran in the relays once or
twice. I liked to h:gn jump
Though the Indiana prep com
petition was rugged, Turner was
all-state honorable mention his
senior year. Shortridge was beat
en out of the Indiana state cham
pionship race in the sectionals in
a double overtime, sudden deatn.
contest. Hersch recalls it as his
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The Iowa State contest was the
has been in the 20 1 In scoring.
He has been consistently in double
figures, however, and maintains a
10.6 points per game average.
Turner's scoring has picked up
steadily during the season, and he
will be heavily relied upon next
year In the scoring department as
the only returning regular.
Turner is also developing into a
first class ball handler. Though
he played center in high school,
he has shown a remarkable ability
to adapt to the backcourt posi
tion. His magician-like faking
often leaves opponents gaping in
the wrong direction or hanging in
midair as Turner drives by them.
Since Turner is just a sopho
more, he will probably appear
many more times under the Star
of The Week flag of the Daily
Nebraskan. As a matter of fact,
he could break Rex Ekwall's ca
reer mark for 'Star certificates
and it is said that the Holmesville
Horse had enough to paper his
room at the Quad.
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Courtny Lincoln Journal
IM Schedule
Court I 5:00 p.m. Hitchcock-A vs.
6:30 p.m. Sigma Chi-B vs.
Delta Tau Delta-B.
7:30 p.m. Phi Delta Theta
vs. Phi Kappa Psi-B.
8:30 p.m. Boucher vs.
Court J 5:00 p.m. Seaton I-A vs.
Seaton II-A.
6:30 p.m. Burnett vs. Fair
field. 7:30 p.m. Andrews vs.
8:30 p.m. Avery vs. Gus
Court 3 7:30 p.m. Beta Theta Pi-A
vs. Farm House-A
Kansas State Defeats KU
To Take Biff 8 Command
Although losing a 13-point lead
in the second half, Kansas State
edged Kansas, 79-75, in a double
overtime affair before capacity
crowd of 17 thousand in Allen Field
House Monday night.
Omahan Bob Boozer led the win
ning effort with 32 points while
teaming with mate Jack Paar to
hold high-scoring Wilt Chamber
lain to 25 points; well below his
32.4 average. Paar also contributed
15 points.
Although Kansas trailed until
late in the game by as much as
11 points, Chamberlain and Ronnie
L o n e s k i gradually whittled K
State's lead. Loneski pumped in
two points with 2:30 left in the
game to put Kansas into the lead,
60-58. Bob Boozer tied the game
at 60-60 to send it into the first
In the second overtime Bob
Boozer held the whip hand by hit
ting two field goals before fouling
out. His teammates didn't relin
quish the lead.
Kansas State now has a firm
hold on first place in the Big Eight
conference. Kansas, which was
generally conceded to have the
winning combination in the Big
Eight, has now suffered two losses
in conference play.
Kansas had a narrow shooting
advantage from the floor, hitting
30 of 65 for 46.2 per cent. Kansas
State made 29 of 64 for 45.3 per
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