The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 13, 1959, Page Page 3, Image 3

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Tuesday, January 13, 1959
The Dailv Nehroskon
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Missouri's Tigers Crumple 81-69
As Huskers Pour on Big 8 Pressure
By Randall Lambert
Nebraska roared from a 38
38 halftime deadlock to rap
Missouri 81-69 in a real rabble-rouser
before 3.500 tans in
the Coliseum.
Five Huskers hit in the dou
ble figures as they ran up
their highest total score this
year. Al Maxey led the pa
rade with 21 points
Behind 36-24
The come-lroin behind
Huskers were down 36-24 with
5:04 left in the first halt be
fore they began to rip the
cords for 14 points while hold
ing the Tigers to a single bas
ket. Nebraska managed to hold
an early 16-12 lead, but Mis
souri, behind the torrid
outside shooting of J.C
limbarh and sophomore .loe
Scott, pulled away from t h e
Huskers to lead by twelve
points before the Bushmen's
offense began to click.
Albert Maxey opened t h e
second half by taking the tip
and driving down for the lay
up before Missouri could gain
their wits.
Tigers Tie 40-40
However, the Tigers tied it
up as Scott hit a jump shot
from the corner to tie it at
The Huskers bounced back
when John Cahill faked a shot
and passed under to Bob
Harry who laid it in to give
the Huskers a lead that they
never lost.
The Missotinans pulled
within a point ol the Husk
ers. 48-47, but the Huskers
were off to the races for their
second conference victory of
the year.
Rough Play
Sc oral limes during t h e
contest the action got out of
hand as Joe Scott. Missouri's
6-3 guard, was benched by the
officials for intentionally foul
ing Jim Kowalke as he drove
in and scored a lay up. Kow
alke was sent sprawling to the
floor by Scott and was r e -moved
by Coach Bush when
he appeared to be shaken up
considerably. Jerry McK a y
replaced kowalke and sank
the two free throws that had
been awarded Nebraska to
up the score by lour points to
a 81-68 lead.
Before Scott left the game,
he had hit eight straight field
goals for Missouri. He ended
up the night as high Missouri
pointgetter with 25.
Nebraska shot a torrid 51
percent from the field and 71
percent from the free throw
line. Missouri was good for
41 percent from the field and
percent at the charity strip.
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Albert Maxey drives past Al Abrams for two points to give Nebraska a 52-47 lead.
Others pictured are John Cahill 50. Herschell Turner, partially blocked off by Bud Har
bin (40), and Jim Kowalke (It) charging in for the possible rebound.
White Stave OH Reds 64-56 in
Freshman lntra-Squad Contest
M Track
The finals tf the intramur
al indoor track and field meet
will be held tonight in the
East Stadium. The best six
men in each class, fraternity
and independent, have quali
fied for the finals.
Last year's defending
champions among the fra
ternities is Phi Delta Theta.
The defending Selleck Hall
champions are Canfield
House, while Wesley House
is the defending independent
Last year the individual
honors were grabbed by Bob
Knaub of Gus 1 and Nels
Kieldson of Phi Delta Theta.
The first event will start
at 7:00 p.m.
By Norman Beatty
The. Whites won their first
game over the Reds last
night by the score of 64-56.
Big Ivan Grupe potted two
free throws with 18:05 left in
the first half to start the red
hot White team on its way.
Bounce Back
The Whites came back via
the accurate shooting of Phil
Barth. Al Buuck and Jan Wall
to lead at the end of the first
20 minute period by the score
of 26-23.
In the second quarter the
White continued hitting t h e
basket with deadly accuracy
to lead 50-42. Sid Stacye and
John Gutschlag lead the way
as the first half star, Grupe
sat on the bench.
The final 15 minute period
proved an exciting one as
both teams fought valiently
to the final buzzer. The taller
Red team staged a comeback
which almost turned t h e
tide, but the determined
Whites were not to be. de
nied. Scorers
Leading the victors were
Ivan Grupe with 15 points,
LeRov Dick with 13 points,
and Sid Stacey with 12. The
mainstays of the Red squad
were Phil Barth. Al Olsen,
and Al Buuck with 15. 11, and
11 points respectively.
The big difference came at
the charity line as the whites
cashed in on 10 free throws
out of 13 attempts. On t h e
other side of the ledger the
Red could only manage four
gifts out of nine attempts.
Want Ads
The University of Nebraska
Saturday gave Head Football
Coach Bill Jennings a $1,000
pay boost and extended his
appointment three more
His yearly salary, effect
ive Jan. 16, was increased
from $13,000 to $14,000
The Board of Regents also
approved extending
Jennings' appointment, which
has one more year to run, to
Jan. 16, 1962.
Coach Jennings joined the
University's athletic staff as
an assistant football coach in
1956 under Pete Elliott. He
then assumed the head coach
ing position in 1957. when El
liott became head coach at
University of California.
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