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Monday, March 9, 1959
The Daily Nebraskar.
Huskers Travel to Kansas State
For Season Finale; Hester Sick
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GORDON COLLETT, Oklahoma sophomore, breaks the water as he finishes the 100
yard breaststroke. Collett, who is originally from Belmont, California, swam the distance
in 1:04.8. This is under the NCAA record of 1:05 set by Frank Medine of Michigan State.
However, the time will not go down into the record books because it was not set during
the NCAA championships.
Sooners Win Eighth Straight
Swim Title; Nebraska Fifth
By Hal Brown
The Nebraska Cornhuskers
will wind up their 1958-59 bas
ketball season against Kansas
State at Manhattan tonight.
The Huskers need a win to
finish above .500 for the sea
son. They are currently 5-8 in
the conference and 12-12 over
all. Nebraska dropped a 65-54
By Tom Davies
The University of Oklahoma
breezed to its eighth straight
Big Eight swimming title Sat
urday in the Coliseum Pool.
The Sooners amassed more
points in the final round than
the five teams were able to i
score throughout the entire!
The Sooners racked up 198
points, ten more points than
all the other teams combined.
Iowa State was second with
61; Kansas had 50; Kansas
State scored 33; Nebraska had
Or? units won Ivy lpriKin! sport rout,
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29; and Colorado was last with
25. Missouri and Oklahoma
State did not compete.
OU Minus Two
Oklahoma copped all but
two of the first places. Dallas
Chestnut of Kansas State
edged Lome Hale of Okla
homa in the 1-meter diving
and Jerry Petkus of Iowa
State won the 100-yard free
style. The bicirest factor in the
Sooner win was their individu
al stars. Larry Lermo, Gor
den Collet, Chuck Lechner,
and Jack Saari grabbed nine
of the 14 Sooner first places.
Lermo was the outstanding
performer of the meet. He
captured three firsts and bet
tered one record. He won the
1,500-meter freestyle, the 220
yard freestyle, and set a new
pool record in the 440-yard
Sophomore flash, Gorden
Collet copped the 200-yard
breaststroke and posted a new
Big Eight record in the 100
yard breaststroke. Jack Saari
broke Big Eight records in
both the 100 and 200-yard but
terfly, and Chuck Lechner
won the 100-yard backstroke
and broke the pool record in
the 200-yard back.
Break Medley Record
In addition to these records,
the Sooner medley relay
team shaved 5.6 seconds off
the Big Eight 400-yard med
ley relay record. '
To Be Held
A one-dav football coaching
clinic will be held for all Ne
braska and area coaches Sat
urday, April 18, Coach Bill
This comes about midway
in the Husker spring drills.
The Cornhusker coaching
staff will handle the instruc
tional phases. This same type
clinic was held a year ago
and was greeted with a big
turnout of high school coaches.
Nebraska bettered their last
place finish of the past few
years, but were unable to
move higher than fourth place
throughout the meet. Kansas
State barely edged the Husk
ers 33-29 for fourth place. Ne
braska had beaten the Wild
cats twice in dual meets ear
lier this year, but the Huskers
were unable to match the
points that the Wildcats scored
in the two diving events. Dal
las Chestnut scored a win in
the 1-meter diving and a sec
ond in the 3-meter.
"Huskers that scored in the
meet were: Joe Stocker,
fourth in the 100-yard breast
stroke and fifth in the 200
yard breast; Branch Walton,
fifth in the 3-meter diving
and a sixth in the 1-meter;
Dale Voss, fifth in both the
1,500-meter and the 220-yard
freestyle; Frank Tomson,
fifth in the 200-yard back
stroke and a sixth in the 100
yard back; Larry McClean,
fourth in the 200-yard but
terfly : Joe Gaucusana, fifth
in the 50-yard freestyle; and
Ron Bucklin, sixth in the
220-yard individual medley.
The Husker medley relay
team copped fourth and the
freestyle relay team iook
decision to Oklahoma in their
last outing as Herschell Turn
er broke the Nebraska season
scoring record. Turner
pumped in 21 points to sur
pass, by 12, the old record of
400 set by Jim Buchanan in
The Huskers Wayne Hester
may see only limited action
in the season's finale. Hester
came down with the flu fol
lowing the Oklahoma game
and spent the weekend in the
Student Health Center
This will be the final sched
uled game for the Wildcats
from "Kansas State. Coach Tex
Winter's cagers will enter
NCAA competition March 13
and 14 when they go against
100-irard kaUerMr 1, Jack Saari CO);
1. Dave Drake (IS); S, John Janovy (O);
4. John Jeffrey IK): S. Jon Poort iKI:
6, Jerry Fitzterald (KS). T 1:00.5 (bettera
Btf a Championship record art by 'mat
cher. OU. 19S7: bettera NU Dool record
mt by Larry McClean, N and Janovy,
lM-yard frreityle 1, Jerry Petkai, OS);
2, D. Hinderliter, (KS); 3, Douf Brown.
(0); 4, John Shearer (IS); 5. Ron Begs
(IS): 6. Alan Wilcox (O). T ;M,2,
2lKI-rrd bruit troke 1. Gordon Collett
(O); 2. Carlyn Cruzan (O); I, Jim Laid
law (K); 4. Jim Wise (C); 5, Joe Stocker
(N)l 8, Jared Piety (K). T 2:27.5.
100-yard backatroke 1, Chuck Lechner
(0); 2, Don Jobson (0)1 1. Dave Ewart
(IS); 4. George Ickea (C); 5, Bill Man-
cheater (IS); 6. Frank Toroaoa (N). T
440-rard freaitrle 1. Larry Lermo
(OI; 2. Bob Conner (O); J, Ron jonnaon
(O); 4. Ron Hosner (0); 5, Mike Cassidy
(K); 6, Al Gawthrop (C). T 4:44.0 (bet.
ten NTJ pool record oi 4:46.0 Mt by John
ion, OU, 19S2).
2-Meter Dlvlnr 1. Lorn, n.le (O): 2.
Dallas Chestnut (KS); 3, Harry Klua (Oi:
4. Don Echelberier (IS); 5. Branch Wal
ton IN); 6. Dave Noblitt (KS). Pta.-
400-yard medley relay 1. Oklahoma
(Lechner, Collett, Saari. Drowatzky); 2,
Iowa State (Ewart, Graham, Drake,
Shearer); 3. Kansaa (Herlocker. Laid
law. J. Poort, E. Pnort); 4, Nebraska
(Tomson. Stocker, McClean, Gacusanai;
5. Colorado (Ickes. Wise, Mills. Fowles);
6. Kansas State (Leavenxood, Rader, Fitz
gerald, McNeal). T 4:03.1 (bettera Bic I
Championship record of 4:05.7 set by
1500 meter freestyle 1, Lermo (0);
2. Bob Connor (O); 3, Don Johnson
(0); 4, Ron Hosner (O); 5, Dale Voss
(N); 6, Mike Cassidy (K). T 19:21.1.
200 yard butterfly 1. Jack Saari (O);
2 John Jeffrey (K); 3. Jon Poort (K);
4, McClean (N; 5, Jerry Fttzfer
ald (KS); , David Drake (IS). T
2:20.1. (Betters Bit 8 Championship rec
ord of 2:21.3, set by Mike LeMair. Iowa
State in 1955. Betters Nebraska pool rec
ord of 2:22.6, set by Saari in afternoon
SO yard freestyle 1. Ernie Drowatzky
(0); 2, Petkus (K); 3. Alan Wilcox (O);
, D. Hinderliter (KS); 5, Joe Gaucusana
(N); 6, Ron Besg (IS). T :2J.4.
SM yard freestyle 1, Lermo (0)! ,
Connor (O); 3, Dou Brown (0); 4.
Brad Keeler (K); 5. Voss (N)i 6. Torn
Goblentz (KS). T 2:13.2.
200 yard backstroke 1, Chuck Lechner
(O); 2, Don Jobson (0); 3, George
Ickes tOr 4, Dave Ewert (IS)! S.Tank
Tomsen (N); 6, Dave Manchester IS).
Time 2:15.2. (Betters Nebraska Pool
record of 2:15.8. set by Loren Brought
Iowa State, in 1955).
100 yard breaststroke 1, Collett
(O); 2. Cruzan (O); 3. Jim Laid
law (K); 4, Stocker (N); 5, Jim
Wise (C); 6. Mike Graham (IS).
T 104.8. (Betters Big S Championship
record of 1:05.2. set by Collett in pre
liminaries). One-meter dlvlnr 1. Chestnut (KSH
2, Lorna Hala (O): 3. Paul Ander
son (C); 4, Don Echelbereer IS); 5,
Harry Kluc (0); S, Branch Walton (N).
230 yard Individual medley 1, Jobson
(0): 2. Hosner (O); i. John Janovy 0);
4, Jared Piety K); 5. Jeffrey (0); 6,
Ron Bucklin (N). T-2:21.2. (Ties Big
8 Championship record set by Dal Lucas,
Iowa State, in 1956. Betters Nebraska
pool record of 2:24.1, set by Jobson In
400 yard freestyle relay 1, Oklahoma
ruilm. Johnson. Drowatsky and Brown);
1. Iowa Stale; 3. Kansas; 4, Kansas
State: 5, Colorado; t, Nebraska. T-
Beta Sig-A 37
Sigma Nu-A 42
Delta Sig-A 24
Sigma Nu-B 29
Phi Gamma-B 23
Sisma Nu-B 54
Incomplete pairings in the
4ith annual State Basketball
Championship tournament to
be held Thursday, iriaay,
and Saturday in the Coliseum
have been announced. Four
spots are still to be decided
in district playoffs.
ton Prep-O. South winner, Friday, 1:30.
Lincoln mgn v. bcdhbihw". '
Finals Saturday. :S0 P.m. Al! game
on Varsity court.
Roldrege t. Omaha Holy Nam, Fri
day, noon. .
Beatrice-Creta winner T. Ogallaln,
Finals Saturday. 7:00 p.m. All games
on Varsity court
Syracuse v Wayne. Thursday. 7:00.
lira V, wnnurn iiim'"'
Finals Saturdov 2:30 p.m. AU games
on varsity chh
Bancroft-Emerson winner r. Loulf
ville. Friday. 7:00. ,
Lodsepole v. Hastings St. Cecelia.
Frirtay. 8:30 p m. First round nw-s
on freshman court Finals on Varsity
court, Saturday. 1:00 p.m.
invder v. Red Willow. Friday, noon.
Shickley v Beaver Crossing. Friday,
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Finals Katurdcv. 1130 a m. First
round games on freshman court. Finals
on Varsity court.
Prague v. Tobias, Thursday. 7:00
Mamuette v. Wllsonvllle. Thursday.
''First "round gam on freshman court
Fin-Is on Varsity court, Saturday. 10:00
either Portland or Depaul in
first round play of the Mid
west Regional at the Univer
sity of Kansas Fieldhouse.
This is the third time in the
last four seasons that the
Wildcats have represented the
Big Eight in the NCAA play
offs. The Wildcats with an overal
record of 23-1 are ranked
number one and number tw i
respectively in the weekly
United Press and Associated
Press polls. Kansas State is
13-0 in Big Eight conference
play and needs a win over Ne
braska to finish the Confer
ence season undefeated.
Kansas State was ranked
number one a year ago and
had a ten game conterence
win string going when the
Huskers upset them at Lin
Kansas State tied their own
Big Eight record of most
nnints scored in a single game
when they defeated Missouri
108 to 69 Saturday afternoon
in a regionally televised game,
Kansas State set the record
against Nebraska in 1953. The
score in that game was 108-80.
Bob Boozer and Ced Price
led the onslaught against Mis
souri with 32 and 20 points re
spectively. Boozer scored 21 of
h:s points in the first half and
saw only limited duty the sec
ond half as Tex Winter cleared
the Wildcat bench.
This will be the final gam
for Husker seniors George
Swank and Jerry McKay.
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