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    Tuesday, March 3, 1959
Are Due
Entries for the all-university
bolleyball tournament are
due by March 10th at 5:00
All fraternities, Burr Hall,
and Selleck Hall houses will be
entered with one team, "A."
All "B" teams of the above
plus the independent teams
must make their entry in
room 102 of the Physical Edu
cation Building by the dead
line date, March 10th.
Their is no entry fee for the
event, but the teams must sup
ply their own officials.
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iV27 Swim Team Hosts
Defending Big 8 Champs
Huskers Face Oklahoma Wednesday Niglit
By Hal Brown
Matt Mann, Oklahoma
swimming coach, will bring
his Big Eight Champions, to
the Coliseum Pool for a meet
with Nebraska at 7:30 p.m.
Since coming to Oklahoma
three years ago, Mann's
teams have been Big Eight
Champs all three years. Okla
homa had won 22 straight du
als under Mann's tutelage be
fore Southern Methodist
Zone State.
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scored a 51-35 victory at Dal
las this winter. The Sooners
gained revenge, however,
when SMU came to Norman.
The Sooners won the return
match 48-38.
NCAA Record Breaker
Oklahoma is led by Gordon
Collet, sophomore breaststrok
er. Collet broke both the
American and national col
legiate short course records
for the 200-yd. Breaststroke
with a 2:22.9 clocking.
The Sooner's top diver John
ny Williams is being withheld
from competition the rest of
the season because of a head
wound suffered in the Okla
homa AAU meet. The 5-5,
132-pound, junior suffered the
cut which required 30 stiches
while attempting an inward
cutaway ZVt somersualt.
Oklahoma has 9 swimmers
returning who scored points in
the Big Eight Meet last year.
These include Larry Lermo,
Chuck Lechner, Carlyn Cru
zan, Don Jobson, John Jan
ovy, Bob Connor, Alan Wilcox,
Ernie Drowatzky and Harry
Returning Champions
Larry Lermo of Bend, Ore
gon, won the 400-yd. and 1500
meter freestyle races. Chuck
Lechner, a 6-5 backstroker
captured first place in both
the 100 and 200-yd. back
stroke. Carlyn Cruzan swept
the 100 and 200-yd. breast
stroke races. The Sooners won
13 of 16 first places in t h e
Big Eight Championships.
Oklahoma defeated Iowa
State 58-27 in their last out
ing. The Sooners have a 6-1
season record.
Nebraska has posted an 8
4 record this season and the
past week-end they scored a
49-37 victory over previously
undefeated G r i n n e 1 1. The
Huskers shattered three Ne
braska records and two pool
Phil Earth Leading
Frosh Roundballers
By INI Brown
Phil Barth, originally from
Indiana, the basketball cen
ter of the world, is currently
leading the Nebraska fresh
man basketball team in scor
ing. Barth has scored 170 points,
just seven more than team
mate Rex Swett, for a 13.1
per game average. This in-
No. I
The Daily Nebraskon
records in posting the victory.
New Nebraska records were
set by Frank Tomson in the
200-yd. backstroke, Joe Stock
er in the 200-yd. breaststroke
and the 440-yd. medley relay
team. The times in the 400
yd. medley relay and the 200
yd. breaststroke were also
pool records.
Big 8 Meet
The two teams will meet
again Thursday, Friday and
Saturday as Nebraska hosts
the Big Eight Championships.
There are only six schools in
the meet because Oklahoma
State and 'Missouri do
not field swimming teams.
Oklahoma won last year's
championship easily outdis
tancing the rest of the pack.
Oklahoma had 179 points, fol
lowed by Iowa State with
47Vii, Colorado with 45, Kan
sas State with 23 and Nebras
ka with 13.
Sooner coach Matt Mann
figures Kansas and Iowa State
will be the chief contenders
this year. He also thinks Ne
braska will be tougher with
Colorado and Iowa State
somewhat weaker than a year
Enrolls at NU
Louis (Mic) Drum, All-State
selection from Fremont at end
in 1958, will enroll at the Uni
versity of Nebraska, Coach
Bill Jennings announced.
Drum, a B student, is 6-0
and 190 pounds.
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eludes the 18 points he
scored in a losing cause
against Iowa State's frosh
Saturday night.
Three Championships
Barth was born in Indian
apolis, Indiana, but moved, to
Omaha during the summer
between his freshman and
sophomore year in high
school. Omaha Central fans
were mighty glad he came
to Omaha as he led the
Eagles to the Inter-c i t y
championship in basketball,
baseball and tue co-championship
in football during his
seni'jr year.
He chose Nebraska over
Kansas, Iowa State, South
Dakota, and other eastern
schools for the same reason
so many others have, the Ne
braska coaching staff. He is
a business administration
Barth, a 6-3, 190-pounder,
was named to the Omaha
All-Intercity team in basket
ball, football and baseball
last year. He was the only
player who was named to
both the basketball and foot
ball all-star teams.
Leads B. T. Upset
He scored 19 points to lead
Omaha Central to a 53-50
victory over Boys Town in
the opening round of the
State Class AA basketball
tournament last year. ,T h e
Eagles had to settle for the
runnerup spot, however, as
Lincoln High set their de
fense to -stop Barth in the
championship game.
Barth was named to the
all-tourney and all-state
teams and was called, ."The
best all-around player in the
tourney," by Gregg McBride,
World-Herald prep expert.
Gregg added, "The Omaha
Central whiz played the floor
with authority and scored un
der unusual pressure. When
the Eagle defense sagged, he
gave valuable assistance po
licing the boards."
He could have had a foot
ball scholarship at Nebraska,
but chose to devote his time
to basketball and ba'seball.
He will be playing the infield
jfor the freshman baseball
jteam this - spring.
To End 21-Game Road Drout
By Randall Lambert
Nebraska staved off a Mis
souri rally in the last five min
utes to whip the Tigers 81-79
The Husker's three-fold
scoring attack consisting of
Herschell Turner, Wayne Hes
ter, and Al Maxey was more
than the Missourians could
handle. Turner ripped in 29
points, while Hester got 22 and
Maxey had 17.
Jerry Bugh's cagers had to
fight an uphill battle to win
their fifth conference contest
of the year.
First, Al Maxey fouled out
midway through the second
half. Then it was Wayne Hes
ter who got the axe via the
foul route with almost five
minutes left. Jim Kowalke,
who had suddenly found the
scoring range and scored all
Rate High
Nineteen football players
were among 39 athletes who
compiled a grade of 6 or bet
ter in the first semester.
There were eight cindermen
and five basketball players
included in the 39. '
" Harry Tolly, quarterback
from North Platte led the list
list with an E.063. He was
followed by swimmer Frank
Tomson with 7.800 and Jim
Huge, a gridder from Hold
rege with 7.692.
Knolly Barnes, track. Trinidad .. 7.667
Kenneth Pollard, track. Greenwood 7.333
Larrv Motllean. Fremont 7.3IW
Russell Meal, fimlball, Overton . 7.250
Dennis Aten, wrestlinii. Tabor, S.D. 7.133
Phillips Case, football, Tekamah . 7.059
Orvis Larson, baseball. Central City 7.059
Albert Kendall, tennis, Norfolk... 7.000
Pat Salerno, football, Omaha . . 6.941
Bruce Russell, tennis, San Diego,
Richard Shipwright, basketball,
Pender 57
Don Nelson, track. Lincoln 6.833
Allen Olson, basketball, Deer Park,
N. Y .13
Thomas Jacobs, football, Mendota.
Ill 673.1
Don Phillips, track, Burwell 6.722
John Bond, football, Missouri Val
ley, la 6.688
Kent Walton, wrestler, Lincoln ... 6.588
Tom Kramer, football. Concord,
CaW .5.T8
Norman Husa, rtack. Barneston . 6.529
Bill Melody, track, Hamilton, Out. 6.SUU
Roger Cole, football, Granite Falls,
Minn .62
Jim Kowalke. basketbaM, Sioux
City, la 6417
Warren Dobry. football. Schuyler . 6.375
Leonard Anderson, football, Aitken,
Minn 6.33
LeRoy Zentie. football, Rock Is
land, III 6 333
John Craft, tennis, North Platte . 6.313
Jim Moore, football, Omaha 6.313
. an Flock, football-baseball, Ord 6.235
Clare, football, Lincoln 6.200
l'Y, Cahfcl, basketball, Dakota
ef, 6.200
Duane Monxerson, football, Omaha 6.143
Rover Bern ens, football, Cook ... 6.118
Duane Salak, football. Schuyler . 6.063
Lee Bigelow, wrestling-football,
Omaha 6.000
Don House, track, Dundas. Ont... 6 000
Bob Lammel. track,' Beatrice. ... 6.000
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Stops Mizzou 81-79
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his points during the last ten
minutes, had to leave the
game with an injury when he
was fouled with less than two
minutes left.
Missouri took a 44-42 lead
to t h e dressing room at the
half mainly behind the 22
point-production of their 6-7
center, Charlie Henke, and
red hot shooting from the free
Frosh Traeksters Beat
Iowa State Freshmen
Th e Nebraska freshman
track team won a postal dual
from Iowa State's freshmen
Dick Kier . of New York
Frosh Postal Results
M-rard Dash
1. Langston (IS) :05.4
T-2. Hugh Smith (NU) (Guvmon, Okla.)
:05.5 Andreasen (IS) .05.4
SO-yard High Hurdles
1. Toppenburg (IS) :06.4
2. LeRoy Keane (NU) (Jamaica, BWI)
3. Merridth (IS) :06.l
60-yard Low Hurdles
1. Keane (NU) :06.1
2. Toppenburg (IS) :06.1
3. Merridth (IS) :06.1
600-ystd Run
1. Richard Kler (NU) (Brooklyn, N. Y.)
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440-yard Dash
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tlC'rhach (IS) 40-3
Broad Jump
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1. Van Werden (IS) 21-1
f riick SMtckey (NU) (Lexington) 20-3
Hleh Jnmo
1. Hohinette (IS) S-10V
2. B' Fasano (NU) (Montrose. Cal.)
3. John Henlile (NTT) (Lincoln) 3-
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throw line. They hit 22 of 25
attempts at the charity stripe.
Big Bob Harry hit a long
set shot to open the second
half after the Huskers con
trolled the tip.
The lead see-sawed back
and forth until five minutes
had elapsed. It was then that
Turner, Maxey, and Hester
hit shots to give Nebraska a
62-59 lead that they never
Leading the Tigers and all
scorers for the night was
Charlie Henke, who hit 30
points, one more than Her
schell Turner, who was high
with 29 for Nebraska.
Next game for the Huskers
will be at home against Okla
homa on Thursday night,
March 5.
City, N.Y. led the yearlings
with three first places. Ha
also ran a leg on the vic
torious mile relay team. His
firsts were in ihe 600, 880, and
mile runs.
Bob Cross, former Boys
Town athlete, was another
big winner for the Huskers.
He won the 440 in 50.6 and
broad jumped 21-10 for two
firsts. He also ran a leg on
the mile relay team.
Nebraska swept two events,
the 600-yard run and the
440. Keir, Leroy Keane of
Jamaica, BWI, and Larry
Patterson of Cozad, ran one,
two, three, in the 600, whila
Cross, Kier, and Keane did
the same in the quarter.
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