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    1jday, Dee. 6, 1960
The Nebraskan
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Utah State 5
3 Returning
. By Hal Brown
Utah State, Wednesday's
Nebraska basketball oppon
ent, returns five lettermen in
cluding three starters from
a team that won 24 and lost
five last season.
The Aggies finished second
to Utah University in the Sky
line Conference and third in
the National Invitational Tour
nament in New York. Three
starters from that team who
are expected to carry the
burden in the early games
are Cornell Green, Max Per
ry and Tyler Wilbon.
Green, a 6-5 forward, and
Perry, a 5-10 guard formed
a potent one-two scoring
punch a year ago for the Ag-
e Joins
Cage Squad
Nebraska's basketball team
has once again become the
"Determined Dozen."
The Husker squad, reduced
to 11 players with the de
parture of Sammy Kreigh for
financial reasons, has added
Jim Huge to the roster. Huge,
a six-foooter from Holdrege,
has been playing AAU ball
since the end of the football
Husker coach Jerry Bush
Indicated that Huge would be
used at a guard post. He will
be in uniform Wednesday
night when Nebraska takes on
Utah State.
gies from Logan, Utah. Green
averaged 21.Z points per
game and Perry scored at a
16.1 clip.
Green and Wilbon are the
probable starters at forward,
with 6-5 sophomore Charlie
Walker at center, and Perry
and sophomore Don Holman
at guards. Wilbon averaged
11.4 points per game a year
Holman, a 5-9 former Ma
rine eager, averaged 15 points
per game in 12 freshman
games last, season for the
highest average by an Aggie
frosh in 10 years.
Holman's one hand Jump
shot in the final six seconds
gave the Aggies an opening
game victory, 67-65 over New
York University Saturday
night. Walker paced the Utah
State scoring in that contest
with 19 points.
Juco Ail-American
Walker transferred to Utah
State after a year at Sacra
mento, Calif.; Junior College
where he averaged 21.1 points
per game and was named to
the junior college all-Ameri-can
Others bidding for a posi
tion on the top five are Joe
Gozdziak, a 6-5 junior, and
Darnel Haney, a 6-8 forward
center. Haney, at 6-8 and 228
pounds, is the biggest mem
ber of Coach Cecil Baker's
He is a transfer from Phoe
nix, Ariz., Junior College
where he averaged 21.7 points
per game. Gozdziak is also a
junior college transfer. He
came to Utah State from Mor
ton Junior College in Chicago
Utah State uses a single
post with a minimum of play
patterns as Aggie Coach Bak
er prefers to have his boys
free lance. "Get too mechani
cal in offensive patterns,"
Baker says, "and you take
the fun out of basketball. The
player has charge of the
game and & responsibility to
use his head."
The Aggies don't waste any
time between shots using an
average of four passes before
shooting. Baker's theory, "if
we get a good shot, we take
it, unless someone is open
for a better' shot. I consider
a good shot as any shot a
boy has confidence in. I don't
want hope shots but shots
that the boy thinks he will
Baker uses only a minimum
of players and operates on
the philosophy, "I play to win,
not to satisfy the bench."
The Aggie coach says, "I
tell the boys at the start of
the season that all positions
are open, but we play the
game to win. If you're on the
team just because you want
to play and not win, you might
as well turn la your suit."
Game time at the Coliseum
Wednesday night is 8:05 with
a freshman intrasquad game
getting underway at 6:30.
Concession Checks
Ready at Coliseum.
Concession checks for per
sons who sold at football
games may be picked up in
109 Coliseum, according to
L. F. "Pop" Klein, conces
sions manager.
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Marking another Milestone
Rich in hrstory and rich in promise, too - that's York
County, Pennsylvania.
And the telephone company covering this prosperous
and progressive community has recently become a
member of the General Telephone family.
York's pattern of growth is typical of the areas Gen Tel
serves in 31 states. Long famous for its fertile fields
and well-kept farms, the county has enjoyed remark
able industrial expansion since World War II.
Typical, too, of these growing areas is their growing
need for more telephones. And that is where Gen Tel
comes in with the experience to provide improved ser
vice and the willingness to invest irt modern communi
cations equipment
This is just one of the ways we are working to supply
more and better telephone service for a growing
America -present and future.
Daily .
IM Cage Slate
PE Court 1
5:00 Delta Sigma Pi vs.
Brown Palace
PE Court 2
5:00 Cliff Dwellers vs. Rene
gades Wednesday:
PE Court 1 ;'
5:00 Beta Sigma Psi vs.
Pe Court 2
5:00 Delta Sigma Pi vs. Sig
ma Alpha Mu
Nissen Grabs 123-Pound Title
In AAU Wrestling Tourney
By Cloyd Clark the quarterfinals, decisioning
Mike Nissen captured the BiU McNeil of Cedar Falls
123-pound wrestling title in in the semi-finals and pin-
the Iowa Teachers Invitation-, nln8 Webster in the finals
al AAU Wrestling Tourna
ment Saturday.
Nissen,' the only Husker to
gain a championship posi
tion, won when he pinned
Don Webster of A mes
Iowa in 2:56 of the final bout.
Heavyweight Jim Rase li
ke accompanied Nissen into
the finals where he was de
cisioned by Jerry Wedemeier
of Winona, 3-0.
Ni s s e n 's championship
climb was made by pinning
Dave Frame of Mankato in
the second round, decision
ing Don Huff of Iowa City in
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Sports Signals)
By Hal Brown
Nebraska's cagers are playing a tough non-conference
schedule this season with at least three of the seven non
loop foes being among the top 20 cage teams in the coun
try. The other four opponents are expected to be among the
leaders in their conference.
Utah State, Detroit, and Cincinnati
are all expected to rate among the national
leaders. Detroit has a near-cinch all
American in 6-5 Dave DeBusschere and
Cincinnati may not miss Oscar Robertson
as much as some people think.
The Huskers certainly have no patsies
among the ..pre-Christmas foes nor will
they have any after the holidays when the
Big Eight campaign begins.
Best in Kansas
Ralph Miller, Wichita coach, com
menting on Husker freshman D a r y 1
Petsch, "He was the best high school
player in Kansas last year. We would have liked to have
gotten him, but after one visit with him we had to give up."
The prpblem wasthat Petsch wanted to major in architec
ture and Wichita .doesn't offer courses in the subject. Ne
braska cage fans can be thankful Nebraska has courses
in architecture.
You may have noticed Saturday night that Wichita has
an abundance of players from McKeesport, Pa. Shocker
coach Ralph Miller explains that players flock to Wichita
from McKeesport. "When I first came to Wichita, I re
cruited one boy from McKeesport and things just snow
balled," Miller says. "Now, I don't even have to go there
to recruit, we just send letters and they come."
In a freshman football game between Duke and South
Caroline, Duke had a 6-0 lead before the clock even started.
The rule book says time starts when the receiving team
touches the ball. Duke kicked off. Opposing players let the
ball roll untouched into the end zone where a Duke lineman
fell on it . . . Touchdown!
Even Small Schools Get The Ax
It isn't only the major colleges that get slapped for il
legal recruiting. The Santa Ana Junior College Dons have
been placed on probation through the 1961 season. The
Eastern Junior College Conference banned the Dons from
appearing in post-season games for illegal recruiting. They
were charged with offering extra inducements to a player.
Guard Don Manoukian of the Oakland Raiders of the
American Football League has a quick sense of humor. On
a recent Raider tour, a waiter asked how rare he wanted
his rare steak order: Said Manoukian, "Just knock the
breath out of it."
This corner picked 14 of 20 games right during the
Thanksgiving weekend football contests for a .700 percent
age. That leaves the record for the season at 227 right, 79
wrong with 14 ties for a .731 percentage mark.
Three Bowl-Bound Opponents
Three of Nebraska's grid foes during the past season
are ticketed for appearances in major bowls. Minnesota,
28-14 winner over Nebraska will meet Washington in the
Rose Bowl. Misouri, a 28-0 victor over the Huskers will
tangle with Navy in the Orange Bowl. Texas, upset 14-13
by Nebraska, will face Alabama in the Bluebonnet Bowl.
Nebraska quarterback Pat Fischer apparently im
pressed Oklahoma State with his 84-yard punt return
against them. The Cowboys named him to the quarterback
post on their all-opponent team. Fischer received more
than twice as many votes as Kansas' all-American John
The Big Eight Conference placed two players, End
Dan' LaRose of Missouri, and Guard Joe Romig of Colora
do, on the American Football Coaches Association all
American Football Team. The team is selected by ballots
of 2,000 coaches. The Southwest Conference and Big Ten
Conference also placed two players each on the mythical
Bob Lilly of TCU at tackle and E. J. Holub of Texas
Tech at center were the choices from the Southwest loop
while the Big Ten placed Guard Tom Brown of Minnesota
and Fullback Bob Ferguson of Ohio State. Other choices
were End Mike Ditka of Pittsburgh, Tackle Ken Rice of
Auburn, Quarterback Jake Gibbs of Mississippi and half
backs Joe Bellino of Navy and Ernie Davis of Syracuse.
NU Handball Cluh Will Meet Thursday
' Nebraska's handball club
will- hold an organizational
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Thurs
day in 232 Student Union.
Myron Papadakis, one of
the organizers of the club,
urges all in4erested persons
to attend the meeting.
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The quarterfinals proved to
be the toughest step for the
21-man Husker wrestling
team. Of the eight Nebras
kans who wrestled in
this level only Nissen and
Raschke advanced.
The quarterfinals took their
toll on John Karrer, J i m
Fuxa, Bob Swanberg, Bert
Peterson, Bruce O'Callaghan,
and Harold Thompson.
Nissen's victory and cham
pionship was somewhat of
a surprise to Husker Coach
Mickey Sparano although he
had predicted before the tour
ney that Raschke and Nis
sen along with Thomspon,
Peterson and Van Sic
kle would do well in the tour
nament. This tournament, being an
AAU tournament, was not
limited to college varsity ath
letes, consequently Nebras
ka freshmen got their first
taste of intercollegiate wrest
ling. But along with freshmen
there were also "old pros."
To give an idea of the com
petition, Dan Brand, ex-Hus-ker
and Russ Camilleri, Lin
coln Air Force Base, were in
the tournament.
Brand and Camilleri both
were on the United States
Olympic team in Rome.
Brand won the 191-pound title
in the Iowa Teachers tour
ney and Camilleri won the
consolation of the 177-pound
Phi Kappa Psi Leads
IM Swim Finalists
By Chip Wood
Phi Kappa Psi, with nine "men in six events and two relay
teams, leads the list of qualifiers into tonight's intramural
swimming finals at 7 p.m. in the Coliseum Pool.
Steve North, Bill Henry, and Bill Wright lead the Phi
Psi qualifiers. North will compete in thie individual events
and a relay and Henry and Wright qualified in two events
and are members of the 200-yd. medley relay team.
Beta Theta Pi is next in the I
list of qualifiers with five
men in five events and two re
lay teams.
Phi Gamma Delta places
two men in two events, Phi
Delta Theta qualified two men
in two events, and two relay
teams. Bill Fowles, Sigma
Chi, qualified in three events
and the Sigs also have a relay
Other houses with finalists
are Sigma Alpha Mu, two in
two events; Kappa Sigma, two
men in three events; Delta
Tau Delta, a relay team and
one man in the backstroke;
Selleck, LaVern Bauers in two
events; and the Independents,
three men in three events
and a relay team.
50-yd. freestyle BUI Wright, Phi Kappa
Psi; Bob Peshik, Phi Kappa Psi: Jeff
Amsler, Phi Gamma Delta; Steve Mc
Coy, Beta Theta Pi; Dave Myers, Phi
Delta Theta; Clark Nelson, Phi Gamma
10O-yd. butterfly Jim Dermeyer, Phi
Delia Theta; Bill Fowles, Sigma Chi;
Steve North. Phi Kappa Psi; Chip Kuk
lin, Sigma Alpha Mu.
200-yd. freestyle Lee Peterson, Beta
Theta Pi; Dave Roberta, Kappa Sigma;
Jay Groth, Beta Theta PI; Bob Mitchell,
Kappa Sigma; Lynn Wolford, Independ
ent. 100-yd. backstroke John Henkle, Phi
Kappa Psi; Larry Grosshans, Theta Xis
Jeff Amsler, Phi Gamma Delta; Bill
Henry, Phi Kappa Psi; Steve Smith,
Delta Tau Delta; Bill Wright. Phi Kappa
100-yd. freestyle BUI Fowles, Sigma
Chi; Jay Groth. Beta Theta Pii PhU
Swaim. Beta Theta Pi; LaVern Bauers,
Selleck; Dave Roberts, Kappa Sigma;
Bob Mitchell, Kappa Sigma.
100-yd. breaststroke Jon Taylor, Phi
Kappa Psi; LaVern Bauers, Selleck;
Chuck Fosnot, Independent; Stewart
Braiders. Phi Kappa Psi.
Diving Steve North, Phi Kappa Psi;
Larry Cole. Phi Kappa Psi; Chip Kuklin.
Sigma Alpha Mu; Chuck Levy, Sigma
Alpha Mu; Nick Sharp, Beta Theta Pi.
100-yd Individual medlry Steve North,
Phi Kappa Psi,- Rum Ash, Independent;
Phil Swaim, Beta Theta PI; Bill Fowles,
Sigma Chi; Bill Henry, Pi Kappe Psi!
Bob Mitchell, Kappa Sigma.
2O0-yard medley relaytt Independents,
Sigma Chi, Phi Dlta Theta. Phi Kappa
Psi, Delta Tau Delta, Beta Theta Pi.
JO0-rd. freestyle relay Beta Theta Pi,
Phi Kappa Psi. Phi Delta Theta.
NU Coaches To Bowl
Sportswriters Today .
Nebraska coaches will take
on the Lincoln sports writers
in a three-game bowling
match on the Student Union
Lanes at 11 a.m. today, ac
cording to Merle Reiling,
games manager.
Coaches bowling will be
Jerry Bush, Tony S h a r p e,
Frank Sevigne, Ike Hanscom
and Mickey Sparano. The
sports writers team includes
Dick Becker, Del Black, Don
Bryant, Bob Munger, and
Conde Sargent.
NU Catcher
Turns Pro
Ely Churchich, catcher on
Tony Sharpe's Husker base
ball team, has signed a con
tract with the Cleveland In
dians of the American
Churchich was signed by
Cleveland Scout Runt Marr
and assigned to Salt Lake
City in the Pacific Coast
League. Marr indicated the
contract called for "a sub
stantial bonus" as well as a
provision for Class AAA play
during the 1961 season.
The Pacific Coast League
is an open classification
league but is considered in a
class between AAA and the
major leagues. The Omaha
native received offers from
Pittsburgh, Boston, St. Lou
is, Kansas City, Philadelphia,
and Milwaukee in addition to
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Campus Bookstore
If you don't believe In the glorification
of Tnllltnrtsm, you might as well not
attend the military hall. You prob
ably can't dance or wear makeup
abiding hatred for the bottom crust
of rye bread. There is no particular
reason for making this point, except
that whenever I think of Fort
Lauderdale, I think of rye bread.
There is no particular reason for that
either, but I have been thinking of
Fort Lauderdale. Fort Lauderdale is
"where the boys are." Right now,
that is. Most of the time, serenity
reigns in Fort Lauderdale. (The
Chamber of Commerce will hate me;
they say it never rains in Fort
Lauderdale.) But, for two weeks,
twenty thousand collegians descend
on this peaceful community and take
it apart, peace by peace. They call
it Spring Vacation, but it's more like
amateur night at Cape Canaveral.
They capture Florida and throw the
Keys away. But I shouldn't joke
not while people are holding mass
prayer meetings for an early hurri
cane season.
This is "where the boys are." And
girls, too. Such girls, it makes you
dizzy to look at them. If you look long
enough, you reach an advanced
stage of dizziness called aphro
dizzier. It's like being in love. That's
what happened to me, and it will
happen to you, too. Everywhere you
turn beaches full of them, motels
and hotels full of them, cars full of
them, pools full of them, bathing
suits full of them. Ah, bathing suits
. . . when the man said, "It's the
little things in life that count," he
must have been thinking of bathing
suits. But mostly, it's the girls.
Girls in love, girls in trouble, bright
girls with a future, not-so-bright
girls with a past, rich girls in the lap
of luxury, poor girls in any lap
that'll have them, girls of every size
and discretion. It isn't any wonder
that this is "where the boys are."
And the things that happen are
wacky and wild and wicked and
warmly wonderful "where the boys
are." Someone should make a movie
about it. Hey, someone did ! M-G-M
calls it "Where The Boys Are,"
starring Dolores Hart, George Hamil
ton, Yvette Mimieux, Jim Hutton,
Barbara Nichols, Paula Prentiss, with
Frank Gorshin and introducing popu
lar recording star Connie Francis
in her first screen role. You'll
want to see all the tWngsJSb
that happen "Where The "fM
Boys Are.
A Euterpe production
in CinemaScope and
Screenplay by George Wells,.
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Dascu uii iiic uuki
Glendon Swarthout. D
Directed by Henry Levin.
Produced by Joe Pasternak.