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The Daily Nebrgskgri
Monday February 9, 1959.
Nebraska's swimming team
won their sixth dual meet of
the season as they easily
downed Creighton, 64-21, in
the Bluejays' home( pool.. .
Jerry Keown walked off
with individual honors as he
won the 50-yard freestyle and
the 200-yard butterfly. The
former Omaha prepsterj who
just became eligible this se
mester, won the 50-yard free
style in 26.3 and the butterfly
OS-Tar tnrdltr rlay: I. Nebraska
(Frank Tom nor, Joe Stocker, Larry Mc
Clean. Brycc Johnson) 4:42.2. Creighton
?-jard (reeitrltt I. Dale Voes, Neb.;
t Bill North, Neb.i . Bob Conklin,
M-rarj freestyle: 1. Jerry Keown,
Neb.i 1. Frank Fogartv, Creighton: 3.
Rohin Snider, Neb. :26.3.
Diving: 1. Branch Walton. Neb.; 1547;
1. lorn Wocibury, Creighton. 145.4; J.
Chet Kiolbau. Creighton, 125.1,
WO-ard boiterfly: 1. Jerry Keown,
Neb.i I. Bob Novak. Creighton. 2:58 7.
100-yard freestyle: 1. Brvre Johnson,
Neb.: a. Robin Snider, Neb.i J. Bob
Conkiln, Creighton. 1:01.5.
209-yard backstroke: 1. Roger Corn,
Neb.t 2. Fogarty, Creighton; i. Chet
Kiolhasa, Creighton. 2:26 7.
440-yard freestyle: 1. Bill North, Neb.i
1 Roger Boseveld. Neb.; 3. Jim Hamilton,
JOO-yard breast stroke: 1. Ron Rurk
lln, Neb.: 2. Jerry Verley, Creighton;
. Tom Eiobler. Creighton. 1 42 2
400-yard freestyle relay: 1. Nebraska
(Rohin Snider, Brvce Johnson. Joe
Stocker, Roger Bosveld). Time unavlb.
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OSU Stops NU 54-39;
Okla. Is Next on Road
By Randall Lambert'
Nebraska will be trying to
break away from home los
ing streak whenlhey face the
Oklahoma Sooners tonight in
The Huskers were dealt
their eighteenth straight road
loss by Oklahoma State, 54-
39, Saturday night.
Hank Iba and his hot shoot
ing Cowpokes combined a
rugged defense with deadly
shooting to down the Huskers
and thus avenge two earlier
season losses. The Staters
raked th? nets at a 48.8 per
centage, while the Huskers
hit only 29.6 percent.
Coach Doyle Parrack of
Oklahoma plans to try and
harness the Huskers by put
ting his 6-2, defensive ace,
Buddy Hudson on high scor
ing Herschell Turner of Ne
braska. Joe Thompson, 6-6, former
Oklahoma all-stater and high
school teammate of Hudson,
will be trying to put the de
fensive clamps on Al Maxey,
the other half of the Nebras
ka scoring duo.
Oklahoma will be without
their second leading scorer
Del Heidebrecht. Heidebrecht,
who stands 6-6 and was a
leading rebounder, is a for-
Saturday Night Box
NEBRASKA OKLA. STATE
4 1-2 Walker 0 3 J 3
2 0-14 Soergel 3 1-3 7
1 1-2 S Clark 8 5-5 21
2 5-3 7 Heffington 5 1-5 11
10-0 2 Wade 4 1-2 9
0 0-0 0 Clarahaii 0 2-2 2
101 2 HoPswortli 0 1-10
0 0-0 0 Reins 0 0-0 0
1 0-0 2 Gordon 0 0-1
4 2-6 10 neuch'dorf 0 0-0 0
111 MS 38 Totals 20 14-20 54
Okla. State 31 2254
The Air Force Academy and
Colorado University pinned
losses on the touring Nebras
ka wrestling team over the
Colorado stopped the Husk
ers 20-8 on Friday night, while
the Falcons beat Nebraska,
The powerful Falcon squad
won every match except for
the heavyweight class which
they had to forfeit. The Ca
dets won five decisions and
iwon two by pins.
Although the Huskers lost
1 five decisions, four of them
iwere extremely close. Gail
Baum lost 9-7 in the 147-lb
i class, while Lee Bigelow was
j downed in the 157-lb class by
' a 2-1 score.
i Norlin Cooper came out on
!the short end of a 6-5 score
!in the 167-lb class, and 177-
i lb Ken Lott lost another close
I In other matches Dennis
I Aten was beaten 6-1 in a 137-1
lb match, while Ted Reth-1
i mpipr and Gerald rreeiana;
! were both pinned.
! Colorado Results
1 mTed Retnmeier, MI. won over
Biirid Hunt. CU, by default tHunt had
knee injury). .
i no Feie Wal if:U) pinned Darrel
Freeland (NU) 2:22. , ,
7--Oarlh Rollers (CU dec. Denis
' Aten INU) 5-0. ,
I ' '7 Lyle Neville CU) dec. Gail Baum
; M' .. . .- .-I
l"i7 Dave Anranam tv-u; net. niuiu,
Ihompson (MI) 5-2.
Ib7-Bb Strange fCU) dec. Norlan
Cooper (M' 7-3. .
177 Ken Lott (NTJ) ec. Bill Bullard
Heavvweieht Hank Brown (CD dec.
Pat Fitzgerald MJ 2-1.
team was administered its
first loss of the year by the
Air Force Aeatjerpy. theCa1
dets beat the Huskers 71 $ to
40'i in a triangular-double
dual which also included Col
orado University. Nebraska
beat the Buffs by a 66-46 dual
In the triangular competi
tion the Air
came out on
nninfs as oomnared tn 42V
mer Arkansas City, Kansas : for Nebraska and 25Vj for
Juco Ail-American. Colorado.
The Sooners now stand at; Karl Byers .and Larry
5.5 in thP ,WprPnoe and are ! Brown captured the only first
9-8 over the season. Nebraska
is also 3-S in conference play,
ered his first in the free ex
ercise. f f
Ii'ebrska ; also. won their
dua& mbet with C 6 I o r a d o
State University on Friday.
The Nebraskans swamped the
Rams 78-34 as they captured
6 of 7 events. Charles Ellis,
the Nebraska captain, led the
Huskers with three first
places. Phil Hall of Nebraska
1-orce again !won two firsts, while Byers
top with 86 : won the other.
but are 10-7 for the season.
places in the triangular com
petition for the Huskers. By
ers captured a first on the
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Free eierrlse: 1. Brown (MI). S.
I Lewis (AFA). 3-4. lie. Delanoy CT
: and Srhanberger (AFA). 5. Ellis (NU).
6, Hall M.
Trampoline: 1, Rutler (AFA). 2.
Srolt (AFA). 3, Hammond (CI). 4,
Hall (Nil). 5. Lovrein (AFA). . Gal
Side horae: 1. Bvers (MD. 2, Wlest
(AFA). 3,' Schenenaur (AFAI. 4, Kihler
(MI). 5, Anstine (NU). 6, Harnittheck
Horiiontal bars: 1. Smith (AFA). 2.
Kills (NU). 3, Johnson (CU). 4. Howell
(AFA). 5. Anstine (NU). 8. Janes (CU).
Parallel bars: 1, Shafer (AFA). 2.
Stack (AFA). 3. Love (AFA). 4, An
time (NU). 5, McGraw (CU). 6, John
Hints: 1, Jolly (AFA). 2, Sullivan
(AFA). 3. Hall (NU). 4-5. tie. Lovien
(AFA) and Hanick (NU). 6. Naylor
Tumbliiut: 1. Lewi (AFA). 2. Hall
(NU). 3, O'Connor (AFAI. 4. Brown
(NU). 5, Kay. (AFA). . DeUney (CU).
Free exercise 1, Chuck Ellis, NT's 2,
Phil Hall, NUi 3. Larry Brown, NU; 4,
Wayne Sarient, CSU; 5, Dwayne Sargent,
Trampoline 1. Hall. NU; 2. Ellis,
NU; 3, Brown. NU; 4, Kent Chapman,
CSU: 5, D. Sargent, CSU.
Side horse 1, Karl Byers. NUi 2. Ken
Kohier, NU; 3, Dennis Anstine, NU; 4,
Haul McKone, CSU; 5. D. Sargent, CSU.
Horizontal bars 1. Ellis, NU; 2, An
stine, NU; 3, D. Sareent, CSU; 4. Gary
Phillips, CSU; 5, McKone. CSU.
Parallel bars 1, Hall, NU; 2. Sargent,
CSU; 3, EUis, NUi 4. Kim Murphy, CSU;
5, Phillips, CSU.
Flying rings 1, W. Sargent, CSU; 2,
Herb Hanich, MI: . D. Sargent. CSUi
4, Ellis.NU; 5, Hall, NU.
Tumbling 1, Ellis, NU; 2, Brown, Mil
3, Hall. NU; 4, Chapman, CSU; 5, W.
Third at MSU
Nebraska's Ken Pollard
soared 14 feet to gain a tia
for third place in the Michi
gan State Reiays. The NU
Hack captain's leap was tho
highest finish accorded tha
Huskers. The Nebraska tfo
mile relay team finished in
fifth place, while the distance
medley team was unplaced.
Keith Gardner, former NU
trackman, gained revenge as
he edged Paul Winder of
Morgan State in the 50-yard
dash at the Boston Athletic
Association Games. Gardner
was timed in 5.4 as he won
clubwoman, (aysi Ay
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DENNIS PRICE, 6-1 junior guard, is the leading scorer
on the Oklahoma team. Price, who is known for his
great outside jump shot, will be trying to guide the
Sooners past Nebraska and into undisputed possession
of fourth place in the Big Eight standings.
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