The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 13, 1959, Page Page 3, Image 3
Friday,- Morch 13, 1959 The Daily Nebroskon DU Wins Class C Title The Delta Upsilon "C" bas- KeiDau team capped off an undefeated season with a 40-37 victory over Beta Theta Pi to win the All-University Class o cnampionsiiip. The DU's are hte .only undefeated team with the exception of the Chemists, who have one game icuiaiiiing. i ; t The Chemists will play euner Sigma Nu or Gus II for the All-University Champ ionship at 5 p.m. Saturday be tween sessions of the State High School Basketball Tour nament. Sigma Nu and Gus II will meet at 5 p.m. today and the w 1 n h e r will then go against the Chemists. All games will be played on the Varsity court at the Coliseum. The DU's aroke the "C" game wide open with 15 points in the second quarter while holding Beta Theta Pi to eight. The DU surge was led by Jim Killinger and Lane McClure, who scored 7 and 5 respectively in the second auarter to give them a 24-16 halftime advantage. The DU's held on from there to take ihe victory. State Tourney Schedule FRIDAY Noon Varsity court, Class A, Holdrege vs Omaha Holy Name, Freshman court, Oast D, Snyder vs Red Willow. 1:30 p.m. Varsity court, Class AA, Omaha Tech vs Omaha South. Freshman court, Class D, Beaver Cross ing vs Shickley. 7:00 p.m. Varsity court, Class A, Beatrice vs Ogallala. Freshman court, Class C, Ban croft vs Louisville. 8:30 p.m. Varsity court, Class AA, Lincoln High vs Scottsbluff. Freshman court, Gass C, Lodgepole vs Hast ings St. Cecilia. SATURDAY (All finals Varsity court) 10:00 a.m. Class E final. 11:30 a.m. Class D final. 1:00 p.m. Class C final. 2:30 p.m. Class B final. 7:00 p.m. Class A final. 8:30 p.m. Class A A final. i Sharpe Tabs NU Baseballers, As 'Young and Inexperienced' Foge 3 Wrestlers Go to Okla. St. For Big Eight Tournament Nebraska's 1959 baseball fortunes will depend a lot on how well the sophomores and other inexperienced players come through. Coach Tony Sharpe said, "We will be a very youn g, inexperienced team." Sharpe has only five return ing lettermen from last year's team which won 17 of 27 games and finished fifth in the i Big Eight Conference with a 12-9 record. Pitchers The biggest loss occurred on the pitching staff where the top two performers are missing. Dwight Siebler who had a 7-2 record with a 3.11 earned run average signed a professional contract wtih the Philadelphia Phjllies and Charles Zieeenbein. 6 and 2 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA BASEBALL ROSTER-1959 Bate Threw. Home Tewa Frosh Baseball An "important" meeting for anyone interested in freshman baseball will be held at 7 p.m. Monday in the Fieldhonse, according to an announcement from the office of Tony Sharpe, base ball coach. Nebraska ii Want Ads LOST 3A.M. pin. PI on back. Btierma.il 2-3120. Reward. PERSONAL F..tlier jomn ipda!lt In Men'. e Women' fitting prMilem. Double breaeted eoneerted to elngle. 444ft a)o. 4M. 4-42)2. FOR SALE Thia apace Why don't 'ou eell thoe unueed nrttclea. for ! 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Harry Vogel. Don Wahl. Jim Helrh. Dick Zaruba. Carroll Zenllr. LeKoy Denotea letter! foe. Ago C 20 OP It C V F--2B 22 atu. P P OF C P P IB Inf. SS OF C IB P 21 OF 20 3R C P Inf IB P-OF 19 C 25 OF 20 won. 20 20 21 21 19 HI. 5-9 5-10 510 51 i-iO (-0 511 5- 11 6- 0 6-2 4- 3 6-3 6-2 5- 9 5- 9 51 1 6- 3 5-8 5-7 5- 11 6- 2 5- 10 6- 2 5-10 5-9 5-11 Wt. Claaa 175 185 185 150 170 170 155 160 200 195 175 211 190 158 180 170 195 ItiO 155 175 193 175 190 165 200 195 Jr. R R Red Cloud Soph. , L R Ravenna Soph. R R Omaha Sr. R R Omaha Jr. R R Tcbiaa Sr. R R Ericaon Sr. R R Fullerton Soph. L . R - Kearney Soph. R " l.isco Jr. L L Fremont Soph. R R Cent. City Soph. R R Toledo, 0. Sr R R Lincoln Soph. R R, Honolulu Jr. R R McCook Soph. R R Lincoln Jr. R R Omaha Jr. L L Omaha Jr. L R Billing!, M. Jr. R R Valentine Jr. R R N. Platte Jr. R R Omaha Soph. R L Bradshaw Jr. R R Lincoln Jr. R R ! illerton Jr. R R K. Id.. 111. From The Outside by randall lambert The prepsters have taken over. Action in the 49th State High School Basketball Tournament was kicked off last night by Class B and Class E teams. The Nebraska set up, which has more classes than any one class has teams, consists of six classes with four teams to each class. This stinks! Who is the champion? That's easy to answer. Every one is a champion. Anyway we come close to it. We have six champions, while states that are twice the size of Ne braska and have more schools don't have half as many state high school champions. I was looking through a publication which listed the class champions in 44 different states. Colorado, Georgia, Louisiana, Massachusetts, South Carolina, and Texas all had five classes. Some of these were parochial only. There were no states that had six classes as we have here in Nebraska. Two states, New Jersey and Maryland, have seven different classes. However, Maryland has three classes for integrated schools and four for non-integrated schools. This may have changed this year because of the Supreme Court ruling concerning integration. In New Jersey the setup includes three classes for parochial schools and the remaining four classes for public schools. Back to Nebraska. The present system takes away not only some of the fans interest, but also takes away some of the honor of winning a state championship. A team has to win only two games in the state carnival to win a crown; whereas they used to have to win three. There go some of the upsets out of the window. I realize the old system of four classes and eight teams to a class involved another day of missed classes, but if there are other states that can afford their students another holiday, then why can't Nebraska. This year it looks like the Lincoln High Links are a shoo-in. What's this, our invalid editor George Moyer says no. George, you're nuts. Scottsbluff will never win. You say Beatrice in Class A. It sounds better. Oh, oh, off a tantrum again. George, how many times do I have to tell you that Minden and St. Cecilias will win the B and C crowns, not Wayne and Louisville. Man, I thought he was nuts until he said Red Willow and WiLsonville in the D and E competition. I still think that Coach Lyle Weyand and Li-coln High will win the AA crown. Weyand, who retires at the end of this season, will have a strong talking point when he gives them that, "Win this last one for me, boys" talk at the half. with a 3.42 era graduated. The returning pitchers, Bob Gleason, Gil Dunne, and En lowe Hevner pitched a com bined total of only JVb in nings last year. ' Also missing are six of the top seyen hitters. This in cludes last year's starting out field of Gene Torczon, Larry Lewis and Gary Reimers along with catcher Jim Kane. Firstbaseman Ken Ruisinger is the only returnee with a batting average of over .300. Ruisinger was the third lead ing hitter on the team with a .321 average and was second to Torczon in runs-batted-in with 20. The strongest part of this year's team should be the in field where only second-baseman Al Karle is missing. Captain Gil Dunne will take up the slack left by the loss of Karle when he isn't on the pitching mound. The rest of the infield will probably find Ruisinger at first, Doug Sieler at shortstop and Jerry McKay at third. This will give Sharpe an infield composed entirely of lettermen. Dave Murakami, a sophomore from Honolulu will undoubtedly see considerable duty at short stop. Sophs Catching Sophomores will probably handle most of the catching load with Ely Churchich, Jerry Bean and Earl Oltman the leading prospects for the position vacated by Jim Kane. The outfield is expected to be in the hands of three re turning squadsmen, Dick Nel son, Leroy Zentic, and Bob Semin. The Huskers will open the season against Texas Luth eran at Seguin, Texas on March 23. 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They were trailed by Oklahoma and Ok lahoma State with 65, Kan sas State with 13, Colorado with 11 and Nebraska with 7. Oklahoma and Oklahoma State split in dual meets this season and both teams have beaten the Cyclones. Five defending champions will be appearing this weekend. They are Les Anderson of Iowa State, 130, Shelby Wil son of Oklahoma State, 137, Ron Gray of Iowa State, 147, Dick Beattie of Oklahoma State. 175. and Duane Murtv of Oklahoma State, 167. The Big Eight is known as the toughest wrestling con ference in the countrv. Thev gained this title by winning tne first three team places in the NCAA meet last year. Oklahoma State, Iowa State and Oklahoma finished 1-2-3 in the NCAA championships. NCAA Champions Returning NCAA cham-1 pions are Anderson, Gray, Beattie, Murty and Paul Aubrey of Oklahoma at 137 pounds. Aubrey reversed his loss to Wilson which he suf fered in the Big Eight Meet by defeating Wilson in the fi nals of the NCAA. 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