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    Wednesday, December 9, 1959
The Daily Nebraskan
Page 3
Dave Price
Leads Union
Dave Price bowled a 232
for high game in the Student
Union bowling leagues last
week. Jerry Bodeen rolled the
nign series of 598.
Pat Tesar had both the
high game and high series for
the girls with a 185 and 489
League Standings:
Coed 2
Alpha Omlcron PI
Womens Dorm 2 15-12
Kappa Delta , 14-13
Womeni Dorm 1 . 13V4-13H
nappa Aipna ineca ...... io-i
Pi Beta PIU H-16tt
Counselors 25-15
Canfield 2 23-17
Confleld tfl 21-19
Burnett 20-20
Hitchcock 19-21
Fairfield 19-21
Seaton 2 19-21
Avery 16-24
Tickets Left
A. J. Lewandowski, Busi
ness Manager of Athletics,
reported Monday that student
All-Sports tickets were still
The tickets admit a student
to nine remaining basketball
games, five track meets and
9 baseball games and are
sold at the cost of $4.
"It is the best deal a stu
dent can get," Lewandowski
said, "since a student would
have to pay approximately
$40 if he were to attend all
the games."
IM Basketball
Sigma Phi EpiUob ys. Phi rlU
Alpha Tan Omeia-C vi. Beta Theta
Delta Upailon-C va. Delta Tan Delta-C
Phi Delta Theata-A va. Phi Kappa Pal -A
Beta Theta Pi-A vs. Slima Phi Ep-Hon-A
Kappa Slfma-A va. Slrma Alpha Ep-
mon-A .
Alpha Tail Omega-A va. Delta Sigma PI
Phi Gamma Delta-A vs. Theta Xi-A
Delta Tan Delta-A vi. Delta Upsilon-A
Siama Alpha Mu vs. Zeta Beta Tau
TheU Chi va. PI Kappa Phi
Acacia vs. Pionwr Coop
Dental College vs. Geolographera
Clatonlana vs. Pathogens
Vocational Ed. vs. Wesley Houae
Andrews vs. Burnett
Seaton V. va. Gooddinf
Boucher vs. Smlth-A
Kiesselbach vs. Manatt-A
Betsey vs. Avery
Gus I-A vs. Benton-A
See ion I vs. Hitchcock-A.
Canfield vs. Gua II-A
Mac Lean vs. Van Es
Beta Sigma Phi 32 Farm House 25
Ag Men 2 ... (forfeit) . Cornhusker 0
Alpha Gamma Sigma 32 Brown Palace 24
Boucher 42 Goodding 32
Smlth-A 54 Andrewa 36
Law College I ..(forfeit) . Dental Col. 0
Seleck-A 49 Seaton n-A 19
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Eight Returning Lettermen
Form Nucleus of Swim Team
Eight letterwiners return
to the Nebraska swimming
team as Dick Klaas begins
his first year as head coach
Klaas replaces Hollie Lepley
who resigned to accept a posi
tion at Michigan State.
The returning lettermen are
Joe Bonnemeier, Roger Bos-
veld, Ron Bucklin, Joe
Gacusana, Larry McCleaa,
Joe stocker, Frank Tomson
and Branch Walton. Tornson
and Bucklin will serve as co-
Tomson is a senior who
Awards 27
Grid Letters
Fifty-Five Frosh
Earn Numerals
Twenty-seven letters were
awarded members of the 1959
Nebraska football squad,
Coach Bill Jennings an
flayers rewarded were
John Bond, Missouri Valley,
la.; Roger Brede, Ainsworth;
Darrell Cooper, Fort Worth,
Tex.; Dallas Dyer, Lexing
ton; Patrick Fischer, Omaha;
Donald Fricke, Hastings; Joe
Gacusana, Lincoln; George
Haney, East Point, Ga.; Rich
ard Rosier, Watertown, S.D.;
Thomas Kramer, Concord,
Calif.; Richard McDaniel,
Port Arthur, Tex.; Roland
McDole, Toledo, 0.; Noel
Martin, Clay Center, Kas.;
Max Martz,. Beatrice.
Ron Meade, Canby, Minn.;
Duane Mongerson, Omaha;
James Moore, Omaha; Don
Olson, Grand Island; John
Ponsiego, ' Chicago; Donald
Purcell, Omaha; Dale Sie-
mer, Denison, la.; Henry Tm
gelhoff, Lexington; Harry
Tolly, North Platte; Gene
Ward, Glenwood, la.; Clay
White, Toledo, 0.; Carroll
Zaruba, Fullerton; LeRoy
Zentic, Rock Island, 111.; Stu
dent Manager Bob Hall.
Fifty-five freshmen numer
als were awarded by Fresh
man Coach Warren Schmakel.
These awards went to: Bennia Abson,
Crossett. Ark.i James Amdt. Pierce;
Len Bevllacqua, Niagara Falls. N. Y.;
Ernest Sonistal. Willlamaville. N. Y.I
Ron Borer, Toledo, O.: James Burd,
North Tonawanda, N. Y.s Robert Car
roll, Rock Islsnd, III. I Duana Carlson.
Fullerton: Walter Carlson. Chicago; Den.
iris Clarldge. Minneapolis; William Corn
stock, Scottabluff; Cal Cutwright, Sidney;
Larry Donovan. Scottabluff.
MIc Drum, Fremont; Ron Elssler.
Omaha; John Fatman, Omaha i Robert
Fiebelkom. Norwood, Minn.; John
Fischer, Omaha; Paul Fuehrer, bong
Island, N. Y.; Joe Gallagher. Port Chea
ter, N. Y.i Don Gerrard, Schuyler; Ru.
dolph Hamsa, Ord; Jamea Ippollto, Jer
sey City, N. J. I Kooert Jones, weai
Point; Jack Kiscoan, Omaha; Doug
Kluck, Watertown. S. D.I Joe Koilowakl.
Jersey City, N. J.I Lanr Krause. Scotta
bluff. M
Berkeley Lambert, Ontario. Canada:
Gary Larsen, Harlsn. la.i James Little,
Grand laland; William MacDnnald, Mln
neapolia. Mrm.l Edward McBrlde. Mus
kegon Heights, Mich. I Jamea McMahon,
St. Paul, Minn. i Ron Mlchka, Omaha;
Tom Moore. Omaha; Isaac Newton,
Crossett, Ark.; Odell Parker. Toledo,
O.i Daryl Pearson. Cereaco: Frank
Preo, Chicago: Tyrone Robertson. To
ledo, O.i Jim Rood, Falrbury; William
Schachel, Rock Island, III. I Gary Sha
neck, Curtice, O.t Richard Struts. St.
Psul. Mlrn.i Larry Redlacek, Omaha;
William Thornton, Toledo, O.i Anthony
Tetro, North Bergen. N. J.i Jacob Tol
mi, LeMars. Ia.i Larry Tomllnson.
O'Neill i Dewey Urbauer, Burwell; Rich,
erd Vela. Carle Place, N. Y.i Larry
Wledeman, Scottsbluff; Bruce Ywini.
Sargent; Robert Zuver, East Lansing,
13th & M
has earned two varsity let
ters. He placed in both the
100 and 200-yard back stroke
at the conference meet last
Bucklin is also a senior and
a double letterwinner. He is
a versatile performer and
holds the Nebraska record
in the 200-yard individual
McClean and Stocker are
also varsity record holders
with McClean claiming the
butterfly record and Stocker
owning the breaststroke
mark. Stocker placed in both
the 100 and 200-yard breast
stroke events in last year's
conference meet.
McClean finished fourth
and fifth respectively in the
100 and 200-yard butterfly
events in the conference meet
as a sophomore.
Top sophomores be
ing counted on for points In
clude Jim Frank and Jay
Smith in diving; Jim Pickett,
a free style sprinter; Kunl
Mihara, a distance swimmer;
Larry Ferrell, backstroke;
Dick Klaas
Thirty -One IM
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Teams Are Undefeated
Thirty-one teams remain
undefeated in intramural bas
ketball action through last
Teams with two wins and
no losses are Acacia-A, Sigma
Alpha Mu-A, Gus II-A, Htich-cock-A,
Manatt-A, Avery-A,
Selleck-A and Law College.
Teams with one win against
no deleats are Kappa Mg-ma-A,
Phi Kappa Psi-A, Al
pha Tau Omega-A, Delta Tau
Delta-A, Sigma Nu-A, Phi
Gamma Delta-A, Alpha Gam
ma Sigma-A, Alpha Gamma
Sigma Phi Epsilon-B, Phi
Delta Theta-B, Alpha Tau
Omega-A, Sigma Nu-B, Farm
House - B, Alpha Gamma
Rho-B, Delta Tau Delta-C,
Theta Xi-C, Sigma Phi Ep-
silon-C, Beta Theta Pi-C.
Gus I-B, Manatt-B, Geolo-
graphers-B, The Losers and
Wesley House.
The League standing
through games of last Friday:
Laatue I-A
Kappa Sigma 1-0
Phi Kappa Pal 1-0
Sigma Phi Epsilon 1-1
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1-1
Beta TheU Pi 0-1
Pi Delta Theta 0-1
League 2-A
Aipna iau omega j-v
Delta Tau Delta 1-0
Sigma Nu 10
Phi Gamma Dolta , 1-0
Delta Upsilon 1-1
Delta Sigma PI 0-2
TheU Xi 0-2
Leaaue 2-A
Alpha Gamma Sigma t-o
Alpha Gamma Rho 1-0
Farm House 1-1
Brown Palace 1-1
Beta Sigma Pal 1-1
Ag Men 1-1
Cornhusker 0-J
League -A
Acacia z-o
Sigma Alpha Mu 2-0
Theta Chi 11
Pioneer 1-1
PI Kappa Phi 0-2
Zeta Beta Tau , 0-2
Delta Sigma Phi
League ft-A
Gua II 2-0
Hitchcock 2-0
Benton 1-1
Seaton I 1-1
Have us pertonalhe
your cards this year.
215 North 14
Don Benson, breaststroke and
Myron Papadakls, butterfly.
Graduation and ineligibilty
took six lettermen from last
year's team that finished fifth
in the Big Eight meet. Okla.
homa won last year's meet
with 198 points. The Sooners
were followed by Iowa State
with 61, Kansas 50, Kansas
State 33, Nebraska 29 and
Colorado 25.
Lost from last year's team
were Bill North, Ron Renfer,
Bryce Johnson, Roger Corn,
Jerry Brown and Dale Voss.
Voss, a Dakota City, Neb
product, was last year's lead
ing scorer.
"We will give a lot of
teams a battle for firsts, but
we won't have the depth for
seconds and thirds," says
Klaas. "We are strong in
most individual events, but
have very little depth," Klaas
Klaas attended Iowa State
Teachers College and re
ceived his Master's'Degree in
Ehysical education from the
diversity of Colorado in
1955. He served as assistant
swimming coach at Boulder
from 1955 until his appoint
ment here last summer.
Nebraska won eight and
lost four dual meets a year
ago. They also finished last
in a triangular with Colorado
and Utah. The Huskers had
three wins and four losses
against Big Eight opposition.
This year's squad will get
their first test Saturday when
they participate in the Kan
sas Relays at Lawrence.
The schedule:
Dec. 12 Kansas Relays at Lawrence.
Dec. 17 Kansaa State in Lincoln.
Jan. S Kansas University In Lincoln.
Jan. 16 Crelghton University in Lincoln.
Jan. 28 Pittsburgh (Kansas) State at
Jan. 30 Oklahoma University at Nor
man. Feb. 6 Iowa State at Ante.
Feb. 12 Minnesota in Lincoln.
Feb. 13 Colorado-Grinnell in Lincoln.
Feb. 19 Crelghton University at Omaha.
Feb. 20 Colorado State University in
Feb. 26 Kansas State at Manhattan.
Feb. 27 Kansas University at Lawrence.
Mar. 3-4-5 Big Eight Conference Cham
pionships at Boulder.
Basketball T O-I
Canfield 0-2
League C-aV
Manatt , - 2-0
Avery f-0
Kiesselbach 1-1
Bessey 1-1
MacLeaa 0-2
Van Ea 0-2
League 7-A
Selleck 2-0
Seaton 11 1-1
Smith 1-1
Boucher 1-2
Burnett 0-1
Andrew 0-2
Gooddinf 0-1
Leaga I
Law College 1-0
Geolographarg 1-0
Physicists 0-1
Newman Clubf 0-1
Phi Epsilon Kappa
Dental College
League I
The Losers 1-0
Wesley House 1-0
Clantonians 0-1
Inter-Varsity 0-1
Vocational Ed 1
Civil Engineers
League 10-B
Sigma Phi Epsilon 10
Phi Delta TheU 1-0
Phi Kappa Pal 01
Kappa Sigma 0-1
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
League 11-B
Alpha Tau Omega ,. 1-0
Sigma Nu 10
Delta Tau Delta 1-0
Beta Theta Pi 0-1
Theta XI 0-1
DelU Upailon , 0-1
League 12-B
Farm House LO
Alpha Gamma Rho 1-0
Phi Gamma Delta 0-1
Be ta Sltma Pal 0-1
League 11-B
Gua I ,. J-0
Manatt 1-0
Benton 0-1
Gus II 0-1
Seaton II
League 14-C
SigmaPhi Epsilon 1-0
Beu Theta Pi 1-0
Phi Kappa Psl 0-1
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 0-1
Phi Delta TheU o-l
Alpha Tau Omega 0-1
League 15-C
DelU Tau DelU 1-0
Theta XI l-o
Sigma Nu o-l
Alpha Gamma Rho 0-1
Delta Upailon
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Turner Is Selected
Star of The Week
By Norm Beatty
The first basketball star of
the week is an athlete that
is no stranger to Cornhusker
fans across the state. He is
Herschell Turner, six foot two
inch senior.
Turner grabbed-the honor
for the week of Nov. 30 to
Dec 5 via his performance
in Nebraska's first two vic
tories. He scored 37 points in
those two games. At this pace
Hersch Turner
Zaruba To Play
In Blue-Gray
Carroll "Pappy" Zaruba,
Nebraska halfback has been
selected to play for the Blue
in the Blue-Gray football
Zaruba was awarded the
Daily Nebraskan Star of The
Week award three times dur
ing the past football season.
He led the Husker gridders in
rushing and in total offense.
"Pappy" r u s h e d for 453
yards in 82 carries for an
average of 5.6 yards per
carry. He was also the lead
ing scorer with 30 points, all
of them coming via the touch
down route.
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H.T. will set a new Nebraska
season scoring , record.
Better Team
"We are a lot better than
last year already and we
haven't reached our peak yet.
Just wait until the Sopho
mores really get started;
they're tough," commented
Turner as he compared this
year's squad with the team
of a year ago.
He continued, "It sure feels
Star of the Week
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The deadline for entries in
the intramural track and field
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good to have bench strength,
especially when the score is
close and we don't have to
worry about getting too
According to T u r n e r the
team to beat this year in
the Big Eight Conference will
be Kansas,
but don't forget Kansas
State, Oklahoma and Mis
souri," said Turner.
The Husker crowd-pleaser
was quick to add that the
Scarlet and Cream would be
close to the top of the heap
at the end of the season.
"We can shoot and run
with the best of them, I know
that as a fact," said Turner.
Although Hersch thought
the Minnesota club was a
tough one he felt that Ne
braska's next two games
against Notre Dame and
Michigan State w i 11 be even
rougher for the Big Red.
Turner considers beating
Kansas and Kansas State
during his sophomore year
and playing against Oscar
Robertson in high school as
his two greatest thrills.
"I'll never forget beating
those two Kansas teams,"
said Turner.
This week's star added that
he will always remember
scoring 40 points in two
eames a?airrst the "Biff 07
in two consecutive years
while playing for Shortridge
high school.
"I have played ball against
Oscar ever since I was in
the seventh grade. I sore
hope we can play some pro
fessional basketball together
after we graduate' said
The commercial art major
picked Nebraska after he had
been contacted by more than
10 schools including Michigan
State, Indiana, Kentucky, and
"I know I made the right
choice," said Turner.
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