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    Wednesday, January 6, 1960
The Daily Nebraskan
Page 3
IM Basketball
CTstontans v. Vocational Ed.
Gooddtng vs. Burnett
Inter-Varsity vs. The Losers
Dental College Ti. Phi F.psilon Kappa
Newman Club vi. Law Collese
Physicist! vs. Navy ROTC
Andrews vs. Gooddlng
Kappa SUma-B vs. Sifma Alpha Epsi-lon-B
Phi Delta Theta-B vs. 6 isms Phi Epsl-lon-B
Alpha Tau Omera-B vs. Delta Twi
Slim Nu -B vs. Delta Upsllon-B
TheU Xl-B vs Beta TheU Pl-B
Phi Gamma Drlta-B vs. Farm Houss-B
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whose daugher has discovered boys
are more Interesting than horses.
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study room Ferguson Hall.
For radio and television repair serv
ice call John Terger, OA 3-6804.
tart the New Year out right. Take
your watch to Dick's Watch Service.
1245 R St., Lincoln, Nebraska.
Dancing 9-12
Reservations HE 5-9812
Reeve Is
Leading Mat
Wrestling Coach Bill Smith
will have to rely on newcom
ers this year as his squad was
hurt by graduation. One of
these sophomores is Wayne
Reeve, a 137-pound standout
grappler from Indianapolis,
Reeve won his division in
the Nebraska Invitational
Meet, defeating four oppo
nents on the way to the title.
Winning titles is nothing new
for Wayne as he copped State
crowns in both Indiana and
Texas, wrestling in AAU
His Hoosier championship
came in 1952 and he added the
Texas crown in '58. Last year
he placed 6th in the National
AAU Meet.
Reeve is 27-years old, mar
ried and has one boy. He is
in Teacher's College, major
ing in P. E, His interests cen
ter mainly around sports.
He began wrestling at the
age of 15 as a sophomore in
high school. He earned three
wrestling letters at Indiana
polis High. He also won two
letters as a halfback in foot
ball and two as a half-miler
in track.
After high school, Reeve
served in the Army as a hu
man guinea pig for medical
research. During his stay at
Bethesda, Maryland, he was
subiected to test for research
on various diseases.
CU Basketball
Court Changed
To Benefit Fans
In a move designed to bene
fit spectators, the playing
floor in Colorado Fieldhouse
has been turned around so
that it runs east and west,
parallel to the 'permanent
seats at the south end of the
Capacity is reduced ap
proximately 800 seats to 6,000.
But the majority of seats
now are along the side of the
floor rather than at the ends.
, Lincoln
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Daily Nebraskan Star Is Turner
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Husker Captain Named
To All-Tourney Team
By Norm Beatty
For the second time this
year, Herschell Turner has
been named the Daily Ne
braskan's Star of the week.
Turner grabbed this honor
via his sterling performance
in the last eight Cornhusker
basketball games.
Although, the faltering NU
cagers could master only a
single victory since the Min
nesota game, Turner re
mained outstanding through
out the barrage of near-victories.
Hersch leads the Big Red
in scoring with 153 points in
the last eight games for an
admirable 19.1 points-per-game
average. This figure
was boosted considerably in
the recent Missouri game
when H. T. dumped in 35
points to lead Nebraska to a
78-67 win and the number sev
en spot in the tournament.
The 6-2 senior and ail
American candidate was
named to the AU-Bie Eight
Tourney team last week.
This was the second time
Turner has received this
honor in as many years.
The remarkable team cap
tain and his variety of shots
stand as Dig reasons wny me
Huskers remain a dangerous
foe to any takers. The Scar
let has never been beaten
more than nine points this
season and may never be if
H. T. has anything to do
about it.
Turner has been instru
mental in several Nebraska
games since he gained a
starting role as a sopho
more. His play in several
stiring Nebraska games are
already legend in Cornhusk
er land.
Wildlife Club
The University Wildlife
Club will meet at 7:30 tonight
in 202 Poultry Husbandry
Hersch Turner . . . Daily Nebraskan Star of The Week
Sevigiie Expresses Optimism
Over NU Track Prospects
Optimistic is therrd that
expresses Nebraska track
coach Frank Sevigne's atti
tude toward the coming in
door track season.
When asked to appraise the
present Husker squad, Se
vigne said that the team will
have more over-all strength
than any Nebreska team he
has coached.
"Our chances of winning
the conference this year are
the best since I've been
here," the coach said. "In
checking each schools losses
through graduation and ineli
gibi'ity, and comparing fresh
man postal times of last
year, I wo u 1 d say our
chances of winning the indoor
championships are as good
as any school in the confer
ence," Sevigne said.
In summing up the team
personnel, Sevigne said
that the distances would be
the strongest events, with Joe
American Horse and Bill
Melody in the mile and two
Joe Mullins and Ken Ash,
a pair of two jar lettermen,
give the Huskers a lot of
strength in the middle dis
tances wihch are the 880,
1,000, and 600 yard races.
Mullins won the indoor 600
'ast year in the conference
championships at Kansas
City, Mo. and the outdoor 880,
setting a new conference rec
ord of 1:49.
Backing up Mullins and Ash
in the middle distances will
be senior Jerry Marples and
sophomore Rich Kier, a New
York import.
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Rich Kier
Bush Calls Kansas Upset
His Top Sports Thrill
Upsetting Wilt Chamber
lain and the Kansas Jay
hawks two years ago ranks
as t he number one sports
thrill for Husker basketball
coach Jerry Bush.
The Nebraska mentor rates
the victory over tth Jay
hawks above the many out
standing moments in his own
star-studded collegiate and
professional basketbal1 ca
reer. He was an Ail-American in
both 1937 and 1938 at St.
John's College in Brooklyn.
Later Bush was named to the
All-Professional team five
The "Coliseum Bear" is
now in his sixth year as Corn
husker head coach. Bush
came to Nebraska from the
University of Toledo, where
as Major Them
IltslWf" ft
retirement from professional
competition in 1947.
A third-place finish in 1954-
55 is the highest conference
standing during Bushs' ten
ure in Lincoln, and the over-
al1 mark of 12-13 last year is
Nebraska's beet in the last
five years.
Bush, whose first name is
Gerard, not Gerald, began his
professional basketball career
in 1938 with the Kate Smith
Celtics of the now defunct
American Basketball League.
The "Bear" later played in
the old National Basketball
League with the Akron Fire
s tones, 1939-41; Rochester
Royals, 1942; and the Fort
Wayne Zollners, 1943-47.
Bush p'ayed on three world
championship teams wh i 1 e
he aas with the Zollners, and
he joined the Detroit Eagles
in the world professional tour
nament in 1941 and 1942. The
Eagles won the title both
David Niven
E .w- 'IN A
The hurdles will be well
taken care of by Milt Haedt,
Bill Fasano, LeRoy Keane,
and Bob Knaub.
Bob Cross, one of the
brightest prospects according
to Sevigne, will double in the
sprints and broad lump. Also
broad jumping wi'l be Knaub
and Kier.
The other field events will
find Jim Kraft pole vaulting,
Al Wellman the shot put.
and Larry Janda in the high
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A Campus-to-Career Case History
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'My talk with the Bell System
interviewer is really paying off
Today, less than five years since he grad
uated from Michigan State University,
Donald J. Zigman is an Accounting Man
ager for Wisconsin Bell Telephone Com
pany in Oshkosh with seven supervisory
and 93 clerical employees reporting to
him. His group handles billing for 350,
000 telephone customers and processes
$1,500,000 in revenue each month.
Don has moved ahead fast and stead
ilybut no more so than the Bell System
. interviewer told him he might,
"That guy made a real impression on
me," says Don. "He didn't guarantee a
bright future for me. He simply described
the kind of varied job experience I'd get, .
outlined the on-the-job training I'd go
through, and pointed out the advance
ment opportunities I'd have along the
way. The only thing he promised me was
that I would have 'maximum exposure
for self-development' Ho was 100 per
cent right there. My training has been
terrific and I've had every chance to ad
vance that I could possibly hope for.".
After joining the company, Don spent!
eight months in the Plant Department
learning the roots of the business. He
got experience as a lineman, installer and
repairman. He was transferred to Ac
counting in December, 1956, working in
the Methods and Results section. Thir
teen months later, he was Supervisor of
that section and, 14 months after that
he became Accounting Manager.
"How much farther I go now is entirely
up to me," says Don. "One thing I know:
the opportunities are here"
Don Zigman graduated with a B.A. degree in Economics
and English. He's one of many young men who have foupd
interesting careers with the Bell Telephone Companies.
Learn what opportunities you might have. Talk with the
Bell interviewer when he visits your campus and read the
Bell Telephone booklet on file in your Placement Office.