The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 16, 1959, Page Page 3, Image 3

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    Mondoy, Morch 16, 1959
The Daily Nebroskon
Daily
Nebraskan
Sports
Nebraskan
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WILL 'N REACH An unidentified Chemist has the will, but not the reach, S Bob Sul
livan of Sigma Nu reaches over the Chemist player's outstretched arms to pluck a re
bound from the board in Saturday night's intramural championship game.
Chemists Slip by Sigma Nu;
Cop All-University BB Crown
Frosk Are Third
In Big Eight
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Nebraskan
Nebraska's freshman track
team finished third with
32 1142 points in the Big
Eight Indoor Postal Track
Meet. The young Huskers
were headed by Kansas, who
had 49 1928 points, and Okla
homa, with 34 1928 points.
Nebraska had defeated Kan
sas in a postal meet earlier
in the year.
Much of the Jayhawk suc
cess was contributed by Bill
Dotson, who won four events.
He copped everything from
the halfmile up to the two
mile run.
All of Nebraska's points,
except one, were gained on
the track. The only field point ,
the Huskers managed was !
scored by Bob Cross in the j
broad jump.
Cross, fonner Boys Town !
athlete, was the only winner
for the yearlings. He won the
60-yard dash in 6.3. He also
finished secend to Virgil Cole
man of Kansas State in the
440.
Curtis McClinton, former
Kansas all-state footballer,
was the only other trackster
to win more than one event.
He tied for first in both the
60-yard high and low hurdles.
FRESHMAN POSTAL INDOOR TRACK RESULTS
EVUNT i.S. U.S.
BH-Vd. Dash 2-67
80-Vd. low Hurdles.
BO-Yd. High Hurdles
440-Yd. Dash
HI-Yd. Run
8-Yd. Rur. .,,
1000-Yd. Run
Mile Run
Two-Mile Run ......
Mile Relay ......... 1
Shot Put .......... .2
Pole Vsullt , 2 1
High Jump -3.4 4-34
Broad Jump .......
O.V.
2-67
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II. T. Leads
Husker
Scorers
Herschell Turner led the
Cornhusker basketball scorers
with a total of 428 points and
17.1 average in the 25 games
of the 1958-'b9 season.
Rex Ekwall holds the three
season mark with a total of
854. "H.T." needs only 181
points as a senior to wipe
this mark off the books. His
two-year total is 674.
By Tom Davieg
The All-University Intra
mural Basketball Champion
ship was won, 52-49 by the
game before the Class A state
H.S. finals. The Silver Seals,
wrestled the crown from the
Sigma Nus in a furious sec
ond half battle.
The Sigma Nus opened the
scoring with a free threw and
that was last time that the
Snakes saw daylight.
Chemists Big Lead
Bob Prokop and Jerry Mil
ler could not miss as the
Chemists had built tip a 23-14
lead by the end of the first
quarter. Prokop sank 13
points in the first period to
spark the Seals on their way.
The Sigma Nus were unable
to find the range and had
trouble rebounding through
out the first half.
The Chemists remained hot
in the second quarter and
they held a 35-25 half time
advantage.
However, in the second half
the Seals cooled off and the
Sigma Nus closed the gap to
36-33 with 16 minutes remain
ing in the game.
Cut To One
Bob Sullivan then hit a
jump shot from the key hole
and the Chemists were only
ahead 38-37. The teams traded
baskets in the final minutes of
the third quarter but the Seals
held on to their lead and the
period ended with the Chem
ists on top 44-42.
In the final period, the
Sigma Nus were within one
or two points of the Chemists,
but just couldnt turn the
trick. Jerry Wagner and Don
Wenzl poured in a steady
stream of free throws to keep
the Snakes alive.
Bob Prokop who garnered
18 points in the first half was
high for the Chemists. How-
ever, he was able to sink only
four free throws in the second
stanza for 22 points.
Sidelights: Both teams
looked as if they were up tor
the state basketball tourna
ment as they had colorful
uniforms. The Sigma Nus
played in black and gold suits
with Sigma Nu on the back
and the Chemists had yellow
and gray suits with Silver
Seals on both sides.
The clock was kept running
throughout the final period
because of the tournament
game that followed.
Herschd Turner
Albert Maxey
Wayne Hestr
Bub Harry
Jim Kowalke
George Swank
John Cahtil
Bill Lundhnlm
Dick Shipwright
Elmer Walin
Jerry McKay
Dean Prazak
Neh Totals
FG FT FTS. AVG.
146 136 428 17.1
144 96 3B4 15.3
35 1SB 6.7
53 139 6.5
25 133 6.0
20 RB 2.9
24 52 2.3
1 43 1.9
7 29 1.9
5 lb 1.7
3 3 0 4
3 2 1.0
402 1464 53.6
KB
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Pica the Pooch
For President!
Pica, a fuzzy black dog of
unknown variety, has thrown
his leash into the political
arena at Iowa State.
Pica, who as the dark-dog
of Iowa elections is running
for president of the student
body, admits frankly that he
is apathetic about campus
politics.
In a front page picture
spread in the Iowa State
Daily, he asked for the votes
of all students protesting
against those protesting
against the campaign. Really.
FRATERNITIES.
and
SORORITIES
DeSoun't
Texaco Service
announces your
standings on March 16
1. Phi Delta Theta
2. Delta Upsilon -
3. Theta Xi
4. Sigma Phi Epsilon
5. Kappa Sigma
6. Alpha Chi Omega
7. Alpha Gamma Sigma
8. Sigma Chi
9. Alpha Xi Delta
10. Sigma Nu
11. Phi Kappa Psi
12. Alpha Phi
13. Delta Delta Delta
14. Sigma Alpha Mo
15. Delta Tan Delta
16. Kappa Kappa Gamma
17. Beta Theta Pi
18. Alpha Tail Omega
19. Zeta Tau Alpha
20. Delta Gamma
OPP Totals 565 374 1504 60.2
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