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    "Monday, Dec, 19 1960
The Nebraskan
Page 3
NU 5'
Cincinnati
By Hal Brown
Nebraska winds up Its two
game road trip tonight when
Jerry Bush'j cagers take on
highly-touted Cincinnati. The
JIuskers return home to face
Arizona Wednesday night.
Bush's five lost their sec
ond game of ' the season
against three wins Saturday
night as Detroit rallied for a
71-62 victory. The Huskers
started fast and led 27-19 with
7:49 remaining in the first
half..
But Detroit fought back be
hind the shooting of Charlie
North and Frank Chickowskl
to knot the score at 27-all
Jay Groth, Lincoln sopho-
. more, won two events to lead
the Husker varsity swimmers
. to a 69-36 decision over the
freshmen Friday night at the
Coliseum Pool.
1 Groth set a "varsity record
m winning the 220-yd. free
style in 2:22.2. He also won the
the 440-yd. freestyle in 5:15.2,
The frosh swimmers won
three events with Chuck Levy
picking up a first place in div
ing, Bill Fowles winning the
200-yd. butterfly, and Bill
Henry copping first place in
the 200-yd. backstroke.
Fowles time of 2:27.7 in the
200-yd. butterfly broke both
the freshman and varsity ree
ord in that event. Phil Swaim
cracked a third varsity rec
ord with a 2:26.0 clocking in
the 200-yd. Individual med
ley.
The varsity swept all three
places in the 200-yd. breast
stroke with Joe Stacker win
ning in 2:22.8. La Vera Bauers
was second and Jim Fosnot
was third.
The Husker varsity won
both relay events with Larry
McClean, Roger Bosveld,
t Boh Mitchell, and Swaim
.paddling to victory in the 400
yd. freestyle relay and Larry
Ferrell, S t o c k e r, McClean,
and Swaim teaming up for a
first place in the 400-yd. med
ley relay.
The relay events are ex
pected to be the Huskers
strongest events in the coming
season. Nebraska opens the
regular season Jan. 7 against
Minnesota and Gustavus Adol
phus at Minneapolis, Minn.
The results:
0 freestyle 1, Jay Groth, V; I,
Kuni Mihara. V; S, Lyra. WoHord, F
22.2 (varsity record).
V freatle 1, La Verne Bauen, Vi
S, Jot Gtouana, V; I, Bill Henry, F
0.
jno individual medley 1, Phil Swaim,
V: 2. Dave Roberta. Tl 1, Jeff Amaler.
F-J JfiS, (vanity record).
Divtni 1. Cbuck Levy i F; 1, Branch
Walton. Vi 1. Jay Smith. F m..
200 butterfly 1, Bill Fowles, F; 2. Larry
McClean, vi 1, nan aw. ii.zi.i.
(varsity at (reahman record).
100 freeatylt 1. Jot Oacasana, V: I,
Pave Roberta. Fi 1. Bob Mitchell. V-
SS J.
200 backttroka 1, Bill Henry, F; 2.
Larry Ferrell, Vi 1. Hewer Boavetd,
440 freestyle 1, Jy Oroth. Vi , Kuni
Mihara. V ). Lynn Wollord, F 5:15.2,
200 breaatatroke 1, Joe Stocker, Vi 1.
LaVerm Bantra, Vi J, Jim Foenot V
e.a, a
400 'freeatyle relay Vanity: McCleaa,
Botveld, Mitchell, Swaim 3:47.5.
- 400 medley relay Varaityi Ferrell,
Stocker, McClean, Swaim 4:11.1.
Track News
Cites NU
By Janet Sack
Several Nebraska track
and field men were given rec
ognition in Track and Field
News magazine for their
times in competition last
year.
The Nebraskans appeared
In a list of the 50 best men
in the standard U.S. college
dual meet events or their met
ric equivalent.
Ray Knaub, a transfer from
Baylor, received recognition
In the 100-yard dash in :09.5
and the 220-yard dash in :21.0.
Joe Mullins, former Husker
star and Canadian Olympic
team member, was placed on
the honor list for his 800-meter
time of 1:48.6 In the
NCAA. Mullins mile time of
4:12.3 placed him among the
top milers.
. A vault of 144 in the Big
Eight outdoor ' conference
meet earned Jim Kraft a
place among the top pole
vaulters.
Last year's Husker fresh
men also received national
recognition.
, Steve Pfister recorded a
:09.6 for the 100-yard dash in
postal competition.-
In the 120-yard high hurdles
Ron Moore ranked third in the
nation among the frosh with:
a :14.1. Fred Wilke was also
among the top hurdlers with
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and then went from there to
take a 36-31 halftime lead.
The Titans moved out to a
44-31 advantage early in the
second half before Nebraska
broke ' the ice in the final
stanza. Detroit Jed by 19
points at one time in the sec
ond half.
The Huskers limited Dave
Debusschere, a near-cinch ail
American, to only eight
points, the first time he had
been held to less than double
figures.
The 6-5 junior managed to
control both boards, however,
as he led all rebounders with
23. The win was the fourth
for Detroit against a lone de
feat for the third-ranked
team. The sole defeat came
at the hands of Purdue.
Kowalke, Russell Lead .
Jim Kowalke, the Huskers
leading scorer on the season
with a 16.8 average, and Tom
Russell led the Nebraska at
tack with 16 points each. Jan
Wall contributed 12.
The crowd of 8,345 was by
far the largest crowd to see
the Huskers play this season.
Nebraska, with a 3-2 mark,
faces Cincinnati tonight on
the Cincinnati maples. The
Bearcats, under new coach
Ed Jucker, have a 4-2 record
with wins over Indiana State,
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Huskers Face Kansas
In Tournament Opener
Nebraska will meet Kansas,
ites, in the opening round of the Big Eight Pre-Season Bas
ketball Tournament at Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 26-29.
The Husker-Jayhawk clash
action with Iowa State meeting
of the Dec. 27 doubleheader.
Kansas State will meet Ok
lahoma State in the opening
game of the tournament at
7:30 p.m. Dec. 26. Oklahoma
and Colorado will wind up the
opening night in a 9:30 en
counter.
The winner of the Kansas-
Nebraska game will meet the
winner of the Iowa State-Missouri
clash In the semi-final
round.
Kansas was picked to finish
first and Nebraska last in the
Big Eight race by the con
ference coaches at their an
nual meeting in October.
Nebraska has never won a
conference tournament since
it was inaugurated in 1946.
The highest finish for a Ne
braska five came two years
ago when Herschell turner
led the Huskers to a third-
place position.
Nebraska has never beaten
Kansas In the Big Eight tour
ney - with the teams having
met four times. The Huskers
lost a 64-60 overtime decision
in 1947, and dropped decisions
to' the Jayhawks In the 1950,
'52, and '54 tournaments, v
Kansas has won the tour
ney title lour times to tie
with Kansas State in that de
partment. Iowa State and Mis
souri have each won twice
with Oklahoma winning once.
Southern Methodist, a guest
team, won the opening tourna
ment in 1646. The-conference
invited one outside team to
the tourney until Oklahoma
State joined the fold two
years ago.
Only ppe Jeam.has.won the
4rtwn: tiot tt&m iri row
wkl 3&fsa Htriing the. trick
195 and, '57.; Kansas' State
coiiped ' the? championship in
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ta,"nd Loyola.: CKA.).:TheJ
losses came against Seton
Hall and St. Louis.
St. Louis limited Cincinnati
to'.4t points in picking up a
5.-w iriumpn,' -
The Bearcats, minus all
American Oscar Robertson,
are led by 6-9 center Paul
Hogue and 6-4 forward Bob
Wiesenhahn. Hogue is aver
aging better - than 17 points
per game and Wiesenhahn is
shooting at a 16-plus pace.
Wiesenhahn is leading the
teaman -rebounds with Hogue
close behind. Wiesenhahn is
a senior and Hogue is a junior.
' Tom Thacker, a high-jumping
6-2 sophomore, will team
with Wiesenhahn at forwards.
The ' combination of Wiesen
hahn, V Hogue, - and : Thacker
has been an aggressive, highly
effective group on the boards.
Together they're averaging
almost 36 rebounds a game.
Wednesday night's foe, Ari
zona, isn't expected to cause
much trouble in the Border
conference 'and Nebraska
should have little trouble with
the Wildcats in the final tune
up before the Big Eight tour
ney. , ' :, , ,r
Aruona lost ; two regulars
from last yeaHs team includ
ing Ernie McCray, the 6-6
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Moil orders for tickets will be
Preference will bo given those
one of the pre-tourney favor-
will open the second night of
Missouri in the second game
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Post-Season
Grid Bids
McDole Will Play
In Two Contests
Three members of the Ne
braska football team have
accepted invitations to play
m post-season grid classics.
Nebraska's tri-captains dur
ing th past season, Roland
McDole; Don Fricke and Pat
Fischer will be making post
season appearances.
. McDole, 6-3,. 232-pound right
tackle,-will be performing in
two contests and one of them
making him a professional.
The Husker .from Toledo,
Ohio, will see action in the
Blue-Gray clash at Montgom
eryrUa i Dec. 31,v and then
in the Senior Bowl at Mobile.
Ala., Jan. 7.
. The Senior Bowl game will
make ; him a pro with each
player on the winning tesjal
receiving ?6O0 and each los
ing player getting $500. Mc
Dole has already been draft
ed by the American Football
League and ..some , Canadian
teams, have shown an interest
in him.
Fricke, outstanding center
and linebacker on the Husker
eleven will teajavwith McDole
uT;trSlue-Gray;contest.JvTe-"
braska ' quarterback Fischer
will appear in the North
South game at Miami, Fla.,
Dec. 26.
The Husker eatback from
Omaha was . second in the Big
Eight in punt returns. The
four appearances by Nebras
ka players is thought to be a
record for Husker, players in
aLsine, seas . .;
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. center who -did just about
everything: but sell tickets to
tne games.
He set 13 scoring and shoot
ing records for the Wildcats
and led the club in rebound
ing and scoring with a 23.9
Scoring average.
The three returning regu
lars are 6-1 guard Bill Weese,
64-forward Marv Dutt, and
6-5 forward Kirk Young.
Weese averaged nine points
per game last year and is
the leading returning scorer.
Dutt was close behind with
an 8-9 mark.
Battling -for the center slot
are 6-5 veteran Russ Stevens
and a 6-6 sophomore, Monte
Clausen, a sturdy rebounder
with, a good shooting eye. He
is the son of the school's ath
letic director.
The fifth spot in the back-
court will probably go to an
other sophomore, 6-foot Wes
ley Flynn, a speedster who
Ui the frosh club in scoring.
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in intramural basketball ac
tion tonight against a winless
Alpha Tau Omega B squad.
The Delts, boasting a 3-0
record, are undefeated in
League 9 and a win tonight
would assure them of at least
a tie for the League title.
In the' only other game on
the pre-Holiday slate, Theta
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Intramural schedule:
Monday:
PE Court 1
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Alpha Tau Omega B
PE Court X
5:00 Theta XI C Vs. Kappa
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Husker Keglers
Set 3 Records
Nebraska's bowters estab
lished three records Saturday
morning . when t hey bowled
Oklahoma University in Big
Eight postal competition.
The Huskers bowled a 1.027
for the first game to break
the old record of 1,002 set
by Missouri earlier tills year.
The second came the Huskers
bowled a 987 and in the third
game turned in a 947. A 2,9f l
for the total series set the
second record, breaking the
2,903 set by the Tigers.
Marv Cohn led the team
with a 670 series to break the
old record of 662 set by fel
low teammate Keith Van
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Score Opening Win
Louis Burkel scored 16
points to pace Nebraska gym
nasts to an 83-27 victory over
Kansas in the opening match
of the season Saturday.
The Huskers picked up first
place finishes in six of seven
events to down the Jayhawks
in the first appearance at Ne
braska for a Kansas gym
team. The two teams met
last year at Lawrence, Kans.,
in the first meeting between
the two teams:
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To Omaha
AAU Meet
Holiday Toitmey
Draws Top Talent
Twenty-four Nebraska
wrestlers have indicated they
will participate unattached in
the First Great Plains AAU
College Invitational Regional
Wrestling Tournament to be
held in the Omaha Civic Au
ditorium Tuesday and
Wednesday.
The tourney is a single
elimination affair with
awards going to the champi
ons and runners-up. No
matches will be held for third
place.
Wrestlers will be competing
in 10 weight classes and each
wrestler will pay a one dol
lar entry fee. Preliminary
matches are scheduled for
7:30 p.m. Tuesday with semi
finals 6et for 1 p.m. Wednes
day. Finals are slated for
7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Wrestlers from outstanding
mat teams at schools such
as Iowa University, Iowa
State, Iowa Teachers, Minne
sota, Oklahoma, and Okla
homa State have been invited
to the tournament.
Wrestlers from Nebraska
planning to attend are Gor
don Chipman, Dave Cook,
Jim Eitel, James F a i m a n,
Pat Fitzgerald, Stan Fraley,
Jim Fuxa, Dan Hoevet, Faber
Jenkins, John Karrer, Larry
Lebruska, James Lytle, John
Mclntyre, Charles Martin,
Mike Nissen, Bruce O'Calla
ghan, Bert Peterson, James
Raschke, Don. Stone, Bob
Swanberg, Harold Thomp
son, Tom Trail, Bob Van
Outry, and Dick Van Sickle.
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Dennis Anstine's 14 and
Dick McCoy's 13 points con
tributed to the Husker total.
Nebraska's Charles Williams
was the only double-winner.
Williams captured the top
spot in both free exercise
and tumbling.
Burkel picked up three sec
onds, a third and a fifth place
in scoring his 16 points. The
sophomore from Beatrice was
second in free exercise, re
bound tumbling, flying rings,
third in tumbling, and fifth
on the horizontal bar.
Kansas' Bob Lockwood led
all scorers with 19 of the Jay
hawks 27 points and picked
up the lone first place for
KU. Lockwood was first on .
the parallel bars.
The Husker gymnasts next
outing is Jan. 14 against Fort
Hays State and Colorado
State University at the Physi
cal Education Building.
The Results:
Borliortal bar 1, Dennli AnstMae (S):
2, Bob Lockwood (K); 2, Douf Moor
(N); 4, Mike Zwink (K); 5. Louis Burkel
(N).
Free Eterelse 1. Charles Willlamt
(N)i 2 Burkel (N; 3, Dick McCoy NI
4, Lockwood (K)i 5, Mike Zwink K.
Zwink (K).
Rebound Tumbling 1, Dour Moor
(N); 2, Burkel N; 2. Lockwood K)t
4, Bill Brass N.
Side Horse 1. Gene Hart (N); 2.
Anctine (N)i S, McCoy (N); 4, Joha
Rupf (K); 5, Burkel (N).
Parallel Bare 1, Lockwood (K)t 2.
AnsUne (N); 3. McCoy (N)j 4, Hera
Hanictt (N; S, Charles Breithaupa (K).
Flrinr rlnra 1, H anion N)j 2, Bur
kel, (N); 3, Moore (N)i 4, Lockwood
(KH; 5, Zwink (K).
Tumblinf 1, Williams (N)i 2, McCoy
(N); 2, Burkel N) 4, Lockwood (K).
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