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Tuesday, January 6, 1959
The Daily Nebraskan
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Huskers Third In Big 8
Tourney; Turner Honored
Randall Lambert 54-50. However, they man
Herschel Turner became aSed to rebound and trounce
the first Nebraska player to Oklahoma 60-43 for thir place,
be named to the Big Eight The unanimous selec-all-tournament
team in sev- llons toT Je tournament
eral years. Turner received a am were Geny Schroeder
possible 28 out of 32 votes Colorado and Bob Boozer
from sportswriters and broad- of &s State. Next in the
casters covering the tourna- ting was Turner followed
meilk by Don Matuszak, Kansas
nn State, 2L and Arlen Clark,
Turner Reddest Oklahoma State, -nd Ron
Turner was described by Loneski, Kansas, 14 each. Al
the Kansas City papers as a Maxey was also mentioned in
reckless youth who liked to the voting, while Husker Bob
live modern as he and his Harry was mentioned for his
Nebraska teammates crashed outstanding rebounding.
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Sigma Nu Leads IM Basketball
Teams Into Final Competition
Oklahoma State's old-fash
ioned defensive party in their
opening 55-48 victory over the
Cowpokes. The victory began
the Husker's climb to a third
place finish, which is high for
Nebraska teams in the 13
years the tourney has existed.
The victory was even more
impressive because it was ac
complished after the Huskers
had trailed Iba's defensive
minded Oklahomans 32-21
during opening second half
action. Inspired by Turner's
drives into the State defense,
the Huskers suddenly came
alive and scored 38 points the
second half as compared to 17
during the first canto.
Cop Third
The rest is history as the
Huskers went cold the next
night and fell before Colorado
by lorry novicki
There went 1958. Nebraska
was the only Big Eight school
to fail to win a conference
athletic title. The closest the
Huskers came to a Big Eight
crown was in track. Led by
the fabulous Keith Gardner,
the Scarlet finished second.
Jerry Bush's basketball j
team kept the home fans
happy by winning most of'
their games on the Coliseum I
maples. The current team
caused a little speculation as j
they placed third in the Big!
Eight tourney this past Xmas i
vacation. j
The football team won the
championship of the s t a t e j
upsets over Pcnn State and!
of Pennsylvania with t h e i r j
Pittsburgh. I
Jake Geier's gymnas
tics squad won the all-College
Invitationl, but the Big Eight!
does not sponsor gymnastics;
as a conference sport. i
1958 saw the addition of a:
couple extra events to the'
intramural sports picture.
The program, which was al-1
ready quite extensive, added!
hockey and shuffleboard. j
Intramural chairmen can
pick up the remainder of the
basketball schedules in room
102 of the PE building. The
regular IM basketball sched
ule will end after the first
week of the second semester.
This means only three more
weeks left in the campaign.
Then the top four clubs in
each league will qualify for
the All-University Tourney,
which will begin February 10.
Despite a 22 point per
formance by Herschel
Turner, Nebraska fell be
fore the Colorado Buffaloes
57-50 at Boulder. This was
the second time Colorado
had beaten Nebraska this
year. The Buffs beat Ne
braska in the semifinals of
the Big Eight Tournament
Colorado jumped to an
early 20-10 lead before the
Nebraska team started hit
ting from the field. The
Huskers rallied to trail by
only a 29-25 score at the
half. Nebraska came out
the second half with Turner
ripping the cords for five
points and bringing Ne
braska within a point be
fore the C'oloi adoans pulled
Billy Lewis led Colorado
with i9 points, while Maxey
followed Turner with 15
points for the Huskers.
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Hold torrid and
true! The story
of Barbara Graham -The
lost but never
lonely sinner
who got the
roughest deal
life ever dealt!
iGerrv Mulligan,
Mamie, Art Fanner, Red
Milchel, Frank Rosolino, Pete
Jolly and Bud Shank-with
a fabulous score by Johnny
Mandel .... they jazz up a
storm in Susan Hayward's
greatest motion picture
Main Feature Clock
Stuart: "Roots Of Heaven,"
1:3G, 4:10, 6:50, 9:25.
Lincoln: "Some Come Run
ning,"l:15, 3:50, 6.25, 9:00.
Nebraska: "The Opposite
Sex," 1:04, 5:11, 9:18. "Lust
for Life," 3:05, 7:12.
Varsitv: "I Want To Live,"
1:00, 3:09, 5:18, 7:27, 9:41.
State: "Tonka," 1:00, 3:06,
5:12, 7:18, 9:24. "Paul Bun
yan," 2:50, 4:56. 7:20, 9:08.
Starvicw: "Cartoon," 7:15.
"Spy Chasers," 7:25, 11:25
"The Big Country," 8:40.
Jovo: "Never Say Good
bye," 7:10. "The Last Hur
rah," 8:45.
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By Larry No1ekl
Intramural basketball ent
ers the home stretch. Only,
three weeks of competition
remains before the top four
teams in each league vie in
the All-University Tourney.
Sigma Nu has posted the
best record to date in the
"A" leagues. The Snakes will
gain a forfeit in tonight's
scheduled game with the in
eligible Delts to run their
record to 5-0.
If the AGR's can get past
Phi Gamma Delta tonight,
they will set the stage for a
showdown with Sigma Nu the
first day of next semester,
Ground Hog Day 1959.
In League 1-A Phi Delta
Theta whacked off the DVs
to take the sole lead in that
loop. Alpha Tan Omega
dropped the Sig Eps to move
up to within a game of the
rhi Delts.
Alpha .Gamma .Sigma
stopped SAE in a battle of
unbeaten teams to move up
to first place in Leagne 8-A.
Neither of these teams will
see action again until after
the semester break.
Dorm Teams
Only three dorm teams re
main unbeaten. Gus II, Seat
on I, and Selleck each sport
3-0 records. They should all
stretch their records out an
other notch Thursday night
as each of them face second
division tlubs in their respec
tive leagues.
Gus II tees off against Gus
I (1-1); Sea ton will play
Seaton II (1-2): and Selleck
takes a crack at last place
Avery (0-2).
The independent powers, j
Phi Epsilon Kappa, Chem-j
ists, and The Scholars,
should not have too much
trouble extending their per
fect records. PEK plays thei
Geolographers (2-2) and the
Chemists face Phi Delta Phi ;
(2-2) tomorrow night. j
The Scholars, who have I
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handily, play the Econo
mists, Monday, ?nd M
Street, Thursday. TL- Econ
omists could surprise the
league leaders. They are un
beaten, but are literally un
tried having won only one
10 ST Navy Blue -woman billfold.
Finder mav keep money but plea
return billfold to Mrs. Jack Bell 721
So. 3th.
A Campus-to-Career Case History
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Telephone engineer Stu Black and the booming Southern California regie- ht tenet.
The telephone company helps you
blueprint your future'
Stuart C Black had job offers from seven
companies before he got his B.S. degree
in Engineering from U.C.L.A. in 1954.
His choice: the Pacific Telephone and
Telegraph Company in Los Angeles.
"They told me exactly what to expect,"
he says. "Every phase oi my training,
covering two years of rotational job as
signments, was outlined. They made it
easy for me to see ybere 1 could go."
Since Stu as hired, he's climbed
poles, installed telephones and worked
with architects and contractors. He's de
signed ventilating systems and studied
labor-management relations. He's han
dled million-dollar-a-month settlements
with connecting telephone companies for
mutual use of Long Distance lines. And
he's learned bow complex bookkeeping
is reduced to punches on IBM cards.
Today, Stu is Staff Engineer in San
Diego. He programs equipment and
money for engineering projects at far
ahead as 2 years in one of the fastest
growing areas in the United Stat..
"The telephone company is a loot
ahead' kind of business," says Sta. "It
can predict future telephone needs end
the reed for more and more management
people. So there's a whale of an oppor
tunity for the young fellow who really
wants to get ahead."
Many young men like Stu Black are finding inter
esting and rewarding careers in the Bell Telephone
Companies. Find out about career opportunities
for you. Talk with the Bell interviewer when he
visits your campus. And read the Bell Telephone
booklet on file in your Placement Office.
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