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Wednesday, February 12,
Phi Dells Open Tournament
With Victory Over Delts, 53-33
Cottrell, Kjeldsen Pace Winners
As Double Eliminations Begin
Moving with speed and preci
sion, Phi Delta Theta swept past
Delta Tau Delta, 53-33, in the first
game of the Intramural Double
Elimination Tourney Tuesday.
Although the game started with
the shooting as cold as the weather
putside, the Phi Delts with Dick
Cottrell leading the attack soon be
gan to click. Cottreil was the
main factor In breaking the zone
defense of the Delts with his field
goals from 30 feet out. He also set
up several fast breaks with Lefty
Hevner to break the game wide
open. It was still close at the end
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Skirts In Sports
Congratulations, Alpha Xi Deltas!
In the finals of the intramural
volley ball tournament, the Alpha
Xis defeated the Independents to
win the championship game.
It seems that all women's con
tests are either starting or ending
this week, due to the semester
Co-rec volley ball is drawing to
a close with the semi-finals of ;
this sinele elimination tournament j
were played. The top two teams of
each league were scheduled for
games as follows:
Gamma Phl-Slg Ept vs. Alpha
Chi-Farmhouse; Tri Dclt-ATO
vs. Chi Omega-Kappa Sigma;
Alpha XI Delta-Slgma C,hl vs
Newman - Club; Kappa Delta.
Theta XI vs. PI Phl-Slgma Nu.
The four winners will play in
the finals next Tuesday.
Bowling is entering the third
round and will run for the next
two weeks. Finals will be a week
Tht double elimination basket
ball tournament started Tuesday at
The fencing club started last
Thursday. Persons interested may
come any Thursday at 5 p.m. to
the Dancing Studio in Grant Me
morial. The first session of the Rifle Club
began on Saturday morning, 'he
two hour meeting included an ex
planation of the parts of the rifle,
safety rules, shooting positions,
target citing and demonstrations.
The Club will start shooting
practices on Saturday from 1
3:30, each member having signed
up for a ' particular time. Any
one who would like to Join the
the Club can see Miss IWulvaney
at Grant Memorial and sign up
Captain Berry of the Army De-
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of the first quarter with the Phi
Delts leading, 9-7.
In the second quarter Cottrell
and company pulled away from
the Delts who could not seem to
start rolling. Dwight Siebler sunk
a couple field goals for the Delts
to keep them in the game but 'the
Phi Delts had an 11 point lead at
The play got rather ragged in
the third quarter and Ed Higgen
botham, Intramural Director, had
to caution the Phi Delts on their
aggressive play. At the end of the
third quarter, the Phi Delts had
lengthened their lead to 37-24.
Cottrell, Hevner and Kjeldsen all
teamed to score 37 of winner's
points. In the losing effort Larry
Naviaux and Dick Hove tossed in
7 points apiece, while Bob Aden
handled the ball well.
In rambling to victory the Phi
Delta showed a fine tone defense
which the Delts could not crack.
The Phi Delts also got fine reboun
ing from Kjeldsen and Moon Mul-
lins. They had a balanced attack
and a fast break which kept the
Delt's defense loose. In the fourth
quarter, the Delts attempted a full
partment is assisting with the
Rifle Club's program.
Surprisingly enough, I passed
bowling! It was a struggle, how
ever. The favorite summer sport, golf,
has begun rather early for me and
the mpmhers of mv P. E. classs
this semester. T,ast. Thursday we
dressed in our airy regulation j
an(j shorts and prepared our-1
CPiVPe rofPiw unlf irwrrnrtinn
Next week I will include a de
tailed account of the information
which our teacher gave us.
We even got to handle a golf
club! Of course, we didn't get to
hit anything . . . except each
other. Today, little green rugs
have been spread out on the floor
of 'the dancing studio. Also little
fake putting cups have been placed
on the little rugs. All we have
to do is putt little golf balls into
the little cups . . Should be quite
Nebraska will, play Missouri In
the Coliseum tonight at 8 p.m.
The Huskers lost to the Tigers
by one point in the two clubs
only previous meeting at Colum
bia in the Big Eight Conference
opener. Sonny Siebert, junior
guard, is expected to lead coach
Sparky Stalcup's five. Siebert
carried a 17.6 average in the
first 13 games this year.
10lh & Van Dorn
court press as a stop gap measure.
The Phi Delts merely ran around
it most of the time.
Second 'Star' Prize Given
To Brand For Win Streak
By GEORGE MOVER
Dan Brand, Scarlet heavyweight
wrestler earns the second Daily
Nebraskan Star of the Week
Award for his weekend victories
in the Colorado and Great Lakes
w r e s tling
Friday and his
It the finest
match he had
day, Big Dan
Courtesy Lincoln Star
1 n Jack Himt-lwright of Colo-
rado and Pinnod nim ,n 6:24- 0f
th,s wln' Smi(h commented, "That
was one of the best matches a
heavy ever wrestled."
The two wins gave Brand a sea
son's record of five wins and one
draw. The big fellow is improving
steadily and. Ls expected to make
a determined bid for the Big Eight
heavyweight title. If "he makes it,
he will be the first Husker to hold
a Big Eight title since 1955.
Brand's h igh school grappling
experience is typical of a Nebras
ka wrestler. He didn't have any.
Only three of Smith's first string
ers this year have had any high
school wrestling at all.
In high school "Dan the Man"
as teammates call him, turned his
attention to other sports. He grad
uated from Bellvue High in 1953,
but while he was there he took
part in football, basketball and
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5 p.m. Sigma Chi B vs. Phi
Kappa Psi B
6:38 p.m. Alpha Gamma Rho B
vs. Farmhouse B
7:30 p.m. Cornhusker B vs.
Alpha Gamma Sigma B
8:30 p.m. Sipma Alpha Epsilon
B vs. Alpha Tau Omega B
8 p.m. Pi Kappa Phi A vs Alpha
Gamma Sigma A
track. In track, he ran the half
mile and threw the discuss, which
may account for his mat co-ordination
and strength. He enrolled
at the University five years ago
and played freshman basketball
but did not become interested in
wrestling till he had acquired jun
ior standing. Since Brand is a
mechanical engineering major,
which requires a five year course,
re still had three years of eligi
bility left. Thus his academic
standing is that of a five year
man but athletically, he is a sen
ior. When I walked into the wres
tling quarters in the NU Coliseum,
I found Brand and ex-Husker grid
star, Ed Husman, pulling and tug
ging at each other like a pair of
bears. Though they both looked
like they could go 15 rounds with
Floyd Patterson, they seemed glad
of the interruption I made in what
appeared to me an attempt at dou
Husmann is now a pro with the
Chicago Cardinals and he and
Brand were keeping in tone by
working out on each other. As they
'both rose to their feet, I could
see why no one else was willing to
go a couple of fast periods with
either of them. Brand towered 6'5"
and must have weighed in at about
205, while Husman didn't look a
pound over 220 and stood about
Brand is a very good-natured
fellow and he thanked me for the
award as I handed him his certifi
cate. Husman bent over to look
at it, and I felt a little like London
Bridge was falling on me.
He rated his win against Colo-
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t:30 p.m. Acacia A vs. rionccj-
7:39 p.m. Sigma Nu A vs. Alpha
Tau Omga A
8:30 p.m. Beta Theta Pi A vs.
Alpha Gamma Rho A
I p.m. Alpha Cow Alpha vs.
Alpha Tau Alpha
S p.m. Presby vs. Wesley
rado as his biggest thrill. 'Those
fellows beat me two years In a
row. The first time it was Sam
Salerno and he was really rough.
I brought up the coming Iowa
State meet and Dan said they
would be rough. "They blanked
Mankato, a team that beat us, but
if I can beat their heavy, it will
get me a long way toward that
Big Eight title," he said.
Speaking of his success as a
wrestler this year while last year,
he had only an average season
Dan said, "A guy can get by on
strength and experience for a
while, but it takes technique to
be really good. I used to think the
big man had a tremendous ad
vantage but Smith taught me that
wasn't so. I work out with him and
he ties me in knots."
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Cold Husker Hoopslcrs
Fall To Sooners, 66-39
Chamberlain Held To Six Points
As Kansas Defeats Colorado
Nebraska's offense stalled the eocond half ajfainst
Oklahoma at Norman Monday night and the Sooner
waltzed off with a 66-39 win. The victory solidified Okla
homa's hold on second place in the Big Eight.
The Colorado University swim
ming team scored a decisive 63
23 victory over Nebraska Friday
afternoon at the Coliseum pool.
Colorado won the first event,
the 400 yd. Medley relay, and
from then on it was evident that
the Husker tankmen could not
make a contest of it.
400 yd. Medley relay: Won by
Colorado (Geo. Ickes, Jim Wise,
Jay Mills and Hap Ingham) Time
22fl Free style: 1. Jim Sheff (O
2. Bill North (N) 8. Cart Boden
steiner (N) Time 2.29.6.
59 yd. free style 1. Ron Renfer
(N) 2. Aaron Bodin S. John Hole
man (N) Time: 24.4.
Diving: 1. Paul Anderson (C) 2.
Jim Ogilive (C) 8. Doug Scott N.
208 yd. Butterfly: 1. Aaron Bo
din (C) 2. Jay Mills (C) 8. Joe
Bonnemeier (N) Time: 2.34.6.
100 yd. Free style: 1. Hap Ing
ham (C) 2. Ron Renfer (JO 8.
Phil Glasgow (C) Time: .55.
200 yd. Back Strokes 1. Geo.
Ickes 2. Bruce Allen (O 8. Har
vey Fair (N) Time 2.23.4.
440 yd. Free style: 1. Jim Sheff
(O 2. Bill North (JO 8. Carl Bo
densteiner (N) Time 5.25.4.
200 yd. Breast stroke 1. Jim
Wise (C) 2. Ron Bucklin N) 8.
Jeff York (C) Time 2.45.2.
409 yd. Free style relay won hy
Colorado (Glasgow, Sheff, Bodin,
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Nebraska was miserably cold
from the field and hit only ten of
54 attempt for a 18. S per cent
field goal average.
Leading the attack for the Husk
ers were Herschell Turner and
Willie Fitzpatrick with 18 points
Bill Hammond was top man for
the S ooners with 19 points. He
scored 17 points in the first half
to. give the Sooners a S2-22 hay
time advantage. Joe King helped
Hammond with 12 points.
The Sooners eutrebounded t h
Huskers, 51-41. This victory gave
Oklahoma a 12-4 season record.
The Huskers now have a 14 con
ference mark with their 1 n e vic
tory coming over Oklahoma, S7-M
in the coliseum.
la ether action In the Big EtgM,
Kansas with only ( points from
Wilt Chamberlain slipped fast
Colorado, 60-51. Colorado used a
sagging zone against Wilt and had
3 men on him most of the time.
Ronnie Loneski and Alan Dowi
ghue took over the scoring load
for Kansas with 14 and IS points
apiece. Chamberlain took only
five shots in the game, preferring
to feed to his teammates.
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