The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 06, 1961, Page Page 3, Image 3

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    Friday, Jan., 6, 1961
Th6 Nebraskan
Page' 3
Husker Cagers Seek
3rd Consecutive Win
By Hal Brown
Nebraska will be seeking
its third straight basketball
victory when the Huskers
open the Big Eight campaign
Saturday against Missouri.
Game time is 8:05 p.m.
Jerry Bush's Husker cagers
finished fifth in the Big Eight
pre-season tourney while the
Tigers dropped into the cel
lar. Nebraska rebounded from
an opening round trouncing
at the hands of Kansas and
came back to defeat Missouri
and Oklahoma State.
The Huskers may be per
forming Saturday without
their leading scorer, Jim
Kowalke. The 6-3 senior suf
fered a badly sprained ankle
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Even before Ron Spetrino received his engi
neering degree from Case he had goodjob offers
from six companies.
He joined, the Ohio Bell Telephone Company
his reason: "I was convinced an engineer could
go further here if he was willing to work for it."
As soon as Ron got his feet on the ground
in telephone engineering, he was tapped for a
tough assignment. The job -to engineer switch
ing equipment modifications needed to prepare
'Cleveland for nationwide customer dialing of long
distance calls.
Ron wrapped it up in five months, and found
he had earned a shot at another tough assignment.
In this job Ron helped engineer a completely new
long distance switching center for. Cleveland. This
switching center connected Cleveland with the
nationwide customer dialing network. It was
about a year later that Ron put the finishing
in the final contest at the
tourney and trainer Paul
Schneider says it is doubtful
that Kowalke will be ready
for the Missouri battle.
The Sioux City, Iowa, na
tive is averaging 12.9 points
per game to lead the Huskers
in that department. He led
the attack against Missouri
at Kansas City with 25 points
and tied with Tom Russell as
the top rebounder with 12.
Close behind Kowalke m
scoring are Jan Wall, Rex
Swett, and Tom Russell. All
are scoring in double figures
Wall has an 11.6 mark, Swett
is 10.6, and Russell is scoring
at a 10.2 pace.
Bush credits Rex Swett with
after 6 p.m.!
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the Half Breed brings you
all the force and fury of -
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after 6 p.m.!
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the Memettf-JOK,.
voice in the
, and the mysterious,
phone calls, you wilt
fear and terror.
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"Our number one aim is to have in all
management jobs the' most vital, intelli
gent, positive and imaginative men we
can possibly findf ,
Frederick R. Kappel, Pritidtnt
American Telephone & Telegraph Co.
the Husker comeback at Kan
sas City. :..
Swett Leads
"We believe Swett will pro
vide the floor leadership we
have so sorely needed," Bush
said. "We've always thought
the potential was there but it
wasn't coming through. AH of
a sudden Swett seemed to find
Russell is the Huskers lead
ing rebounder with 116. Kow
alke is second with 72 while
Wall and Bill Bowers., have
pulled down 50 . each. ... .
Nebraska has outscored its
opponents 69.7 points . per
game to b$.7 points per con
test in winning six of the ten
Missouri will be bringing
the league's leading scorer
with them in Charles , Henke,
a 6-7, 205-ipound senior. Henke
led individual scorers in the
tournament although the Ti
gers lost all three games.
He was second to , Wayne
Hightower of Kansas in the
Big Eight scoring race last
season with a 19.2 average
and was runner-up to Bill
Bridges of Kansas in the re
bounding department.
Tiger Booster
Also boosting the Tiger
stock is the return of Joe
Scott, a 6-4 guard, who fin
ished third in the conference
in scoring last season with
an 18.4 mark.
Missouri, according to
Bush, is a much better team
than its record indicates. He
pointed to the fact that Mis
souri led Colorado by as mucn
as 12 points during one stage
of their tournament contest,
and foujjht Iowa . State, the
number three team in the
tournament, right to the wire
before losing by four.
Nebraska holds a lu-7. edge
over the Tigers m ine
17 games that have been
played since Bush took over
at Nebraska in 1954.
A freshman intrasquad
game will precede the main
contest. Game time for the
frosh is 6:3ftr::rrrn :
Main Feature ., Clock
Varsity: "Facts of Life," 1:26,
3:25, 5:24, 7:23, 9:22.
State: "Swiss Family Robin
son," 1:00, 3:50, 6:40, 9:30.
Nebraska: '.'.The Boy. Who
7:00, 10:00. "Funny Face,"
2:10, 5:10, 8:00.
Lincoln: "Flaming Star,"
1:20, 3:20, 5:20, 7:20, 9:25.
Stuart: "Midnight Lance,"
1:05, 3:10, 5:10, 7:15-, 9:20.
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touches on the specs for this $1,600,000 project.
, Today, as a Supervising Engineer, Ron heads
a staff of five engineers and is responsible for
telephone switching in much of the greater
Cleveland area.
He supervises the design and purchase of $$
million worth of equipment a year. And even
more important, he is charged with developing,
the technical and managerial skills of his staff.
Ron knows what he's, talking about when he
says, "In this business you have to do more than
a good job. We expect a man to be a self -developer.
We expect him to take responsibility from his
first day on the job arid think for himself. You
don't' get ahead around here by just doing time."
If you want a job in which you're given every
chance to prove yourself, and real responsibility
right from the start you'll want to see your Place
ment Office for-further information.
Brown Tops
Grid Squad
lorn Brown, Minnesota Ail
American guard, led the bal
loting for Nebraska's all-opponent
football team.
Missouri end Danny LaRose
and Iowa State fullback Tom
Watkins tied for the second
spot. John Hadl, Kansas
quarterback, received the
fourth highest vote total.
.Minnesota's Rose Bowlers,
with three positions on the
first team and one second
team choice, dominated the
all-opponent eleven.
The Gophers placed Frank
Brixius at left tackle,: and
Richard Larson at center
plus Brown on the first team.
Sandy Stephens nailed down
the quarterback post on the
second team.
The first team flftds LaRose
at left end; Brixius, left
tackle; Brown, left guard;
Larson, center; Joe Romig,
Colorado, right guard; Harold
Beaty, Oklahoma State, right
tackle; Jerry Hulebrand, Col
orado, right end; Hadl, quar
terback; Curt McClinton, Kan
sas, left halfback; Mel West,
Missouri, right halfback; and
Watkins, fullback.
Two Foes
Oppose NU
S w i m m in g coach Dick
Klaas named an 11-man trav
eling squad for the Huskers
first competition of the season
Saturday, .against Minnesota
and Gustavus Adolphus at the
Minnesota p o o 1 in Minneap
olis. ' ,
The Husker vtorsity
thumped the; frosh','-69-36, in
a pre-holiday meetv Varsity
records were set in the 220
yard freestyle by Jay Groth,
and in the 200-yard individual
medley by Phil Swaim.
The following swimmers
will make the trip:
Joe. Stocker, breaststroke
-and individual medley; Larry
McClean, butterfly and free
style; Roger Bos veld, back
stroke; Branch Walton, div
ing; Kuni Mihara, distance
freestyle; Joe Gacusana, free
style sprints;. Larry Ferrell,
backstroke; Phil Swaim, free
style and individual medley;
LaVern Bauers, breaststroke
and freestyle; Jay Groth,
distance freestyle; Bob Mitch
ell, sprint freestyle.
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Swimmers Set 7
Intramural Marks
Phi Knppa Pl 6S Points
Beta Theta Pi 55 pointc
Phi Delta Theta 31 points
Phi Gamma Delta 14 Points
Kaopa Sixma 14 Points
Sisma Chi .' 12 Points
Selleck House . . .' 12 Points
Sigma Alpha Mu 6 points
By Chip Wood
Seven records were set in
the fall intramural swimming
meet as Phi Kappa Psi edged
out Beta Theta Pi, 65-55, for
the all-University champion
ship and team trophy.
Phil Swaim, Beta Theta
Pi, took the all-University in
dividual honors with a total
of. 14 points in two events.
Swaim set records in the
100-yd. individual medley, and
the 100-yd. freestyle and was
on the winning 200-yd. free
style relay team which also
posted a new record.
Bill Fowles, Sigma Chi, set
a record in the 100-yd. butter
fly with a tme of 1:03.2 and
Jay Groth, Beta Theta Pi, set
a record in the 200-yd. free
style with a time of 2:09.0.
The meet's only other
dual winner was Jeff Amsler,
Phi Gamma Delta. Amsler
won the 50-yd. freestyle and
set a record time of 1:03.3
in the 100-yd. backstroke.
The other record was set
by LaVern Bauers, Selleck
House, in the 100-yd. breast
stroke with a time of 1:12.8.
Steve North, Phi Kappa
Psi, took top honors in the
diving competition and the
Phi Delta Theta 200-yd. med
ley relay team composed of
Robin Snider, Jim Dermeyer,
Dave Meyers and Stan Wil
son won the relay.
Intramural swimming re
sults: 50-yd. Freestyle 1. Jeff Amsler (Phi
Gamma Delta), 2. Dave Meyers (Phi
Delta Theta), 3. Bob Peshek (Phi Kappa
Psi), 4. Steve McCoy (Beta Theta Pi),
5. Bill Wright (Phi Kappa Psi). T 25.0.
100-Yd. Butterfly t. Bill Fowles (Sig
ma Chi), 2. Steve North (Phi Kappa Psi),
3. Jim Dermeyer (Phi Delta Theta).
T 1:03.2
200-yd. Freestyle 1. Jay Groth (Beta
Theta Pi). 2. Dave Roberts (Kappa Sig
ma), 3. Bob Mitchell (Kappa Sigma). 4.
Lynn Wollord (Independent), 5. Lee Pet
erson (Beta Theta Pi). T 2:09.0
100-yd Backstroke Jeff Amsler (Phi
Gamma Delta), 2. Bill Henry (Phi Kappa
Psi), 3. John Henkle (Phi Kappa Psi), 4.
Bill Wright (Phi Kappa Psi). T 1:03.3
100-jd Freestyle 1. Phil Swaim (Beta
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Theta Pi), 2. I.aVem Bauers (Selleck
House), 3. Jay Groth (Beta Theta Pi), 4.
Dave Roberts (Kappa Sigma), S. Bob
Mitchell (Kappa Sigma), 6. Bill Fowles
(Sigma Chi). T 53.1
' 100-yd. Breaststroke 1. LaVern Bauers
(Selleck House), 2. Chuck Fosnot (Inde
pendent), 3. Stewart Soudera (Phi Kappa
Psi). T 1:12.8
Diving 1. Steve North (Phi Kappa Psi),
2. Chuck bevy (Sigma Alpha Mu), 3.
Larry Cole (Phi Kappa Psi), 4. Nick
Sharp (Beta Theta PI). 226.6 points
100-yd Ind. Medley-1. Phil Swaim
(Beta Theta Pi), 2. Bill Henry (Phi Kap
pa Psi), 3. Bill Fowles (Sigma Chi), 4.
Russ Ash (Independent), 5. Steve North
(Phi Kappa Psi). T 1:03.2
200-yd. Medley Relay 1. Phi Delta The
ta (Snider, Wilson, Dermeyer, Meyers).
2. Phi Kappa Psi. 3. Beta Theta PL T
200-yd. Freestyle Relay 1. Beta Theta
Pi (Groth, Swaim, McCoy, Gilliland), 2.
Phi Kappa Psi. 3. Phi Delta Theta. T
2 Phi Belt
Teams Win
Phi Delta Theta B and C
teams picked up their fourth
consecutive wins in intra
mural basketball action
Wednesday night to remain
undefeated In league play.
The Phi Delt B squad
downed the Beta Sigma Psi
B team, 45-22, and the C
team defeated a previously
undefeated Sigma Chi squad,
Intramural scores:
MacLean B 43, Boucher B 13
Beta Theta Pi B 38, Kappa
Sigma B 17
Benton B 42, Seaton II B 35
Phi Kappa Psi C 32, Alpha
Tau Omega C 24
Beta Th e t a Pi C 20, Delta
Tau Delta C 13
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January 12
IM Cage Slate
TE Court 1
5:00 Alpha Gamma Sig
ma vs. Pi Kappa Phi
PE Court 2
5:00 Acacia vs. Pioneer
NU Gridder
In Starting
North Line
Husker grid star Roland
McDole will be in the start
ing defensive line for the
North squad in the Senior
Bowl football game Saturday.
The 255-pound Husker is the
heaviest man in the four-man
defensive forward wall named
by coach Jim Lee Howell,
who is retired as New York
Giant eoach.
McDole also appeared in
the Blue-Gray contest and he
has been drafted by the Den
ver Broncos of the American
Football League and the St.
Louis Cardinals of the Na
tional Football League.
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