The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 16, 1961, Page Page 3, Image 3
Monday, Jan. 16, 1961 The Nebraskan Page 3 Swim Jay Groth Sets Two NU Marks By Roy Katskee Nebraska swimmers, for the second week in a row split in dual swim meets. Ne braska took Emporia State of Kansas Friday night, 64-40, but fell to mighty Oklahoma, 70-35, Saturday afternoon. Nebraska set two varsity records in beating Emporia State. Sophomore freestyler Jay Groth knocked 11.5 sec onds off the 440 record with a 5:02.4. In the 400-yard freestyle re lay the Hniketi swam a 3:37.6 which Is 7.4 seconds better than the old mark. Members of the team are Larry McCIean, LaVern Bau ers, Joe Gacusana, and Phil Swaim. Oklahoma, using its depth to full advantage, pulled away from Nebraska and posted a 70-35 win. Oklahoma won eight of eleven events and set three pool records. Ron Hosner 1 o w e r e d the record in the 200-yard indi vidual medley to 2:20.3. John ny . Day swam the 200-yard backstroke in 2:08.6, and Gor don Collet, the NCAA breast stroke champion, won the 200 yard breaststrdke in 2:36.6. Bright Spot The bright spot for Nebras ka was sophomore Jay Groth who set two varsity records. Groth took a full second off the 440-yard freestyle record that he set Friday against Emporia State. His time was 5:01.4. In the 220-yard free style he lowered the mark to 2:18.1 for his second record. LaVerne Bauers picked up the only other first by win ning the 50-yard freestyle in :24.0. Joe Gacusana placed third. Joe Stocker and Phi Swaim placed second and third be hind Hosner in the 200-yard individual medley. IIusl kers Lose 00 Yard Medley Relay: 1. Oklahoma HI V illains, Jack .Saari, Bnno Full er, Barron Honsel). 4:08.1. m Tard freestyle: l.Jay Grolh. NU. ! Don Johrson. OU. J. Doug Brown, OU. 2:18.1 (New Nebraska Varsity Record). M Tard Freestyle: 1. Laverne Bauera, . NU 1. Jay Miller. OU. 1. Joe Gacusana, NU. -.24.0. ton Vard tndlvidaal Medley: 1. Ron Howe; OU. 1. Joe Stocker. NU. 3. Phil Swaim. NU. 2:30.3 (New pool record). Diving: 1. Lome Hale, OU, 207.70 rnU. 2. Branch Walton. NU. 198.29. Bob Reese, OU. 176.60. SOO Vard Batterfly: I. Jack Saari, OU, 2. Phil Gordon, OU. 1. Larry Mc CIean. NU. 2:24.2 1M Vard Freestyle: 1. Phil Bougher, .OU. 2. Jay Miller, OU. 23. Joe Gacus ana NU. :53 2. 200 Vard Backstroke: 1. Jonny Day, OU. 2. Hal Williams. OU. 3. Roger Bos veld. NU. 2:08 4. (Pool record). 440 Yard Freestyle: 1. Jay Groth. NU. 2. Don Johnson. OU. 3. Ron Hosner, OU 5:01.4. (New Nebraska varsity record). i Tard rlreastatreke: 1. Gordon Collet, Ol'. 2. Melvin Rinse. OU 3. Jo Stock er, NU. 2:23.6 (Pool record). 400 Vard Freestyle Relay: 1. Oklahoma Uay Miller, Phil Brougher. Garret Maris, Jonny Day). 3:38.0. Phi Delts, Farm House Vie for League 10 Title Phi Delta Theta B and Farm House B vie for the League 10 intramural basketball title tonight at 6:30. Both teams are unbeaten in league play- 1 Other major action tonight pits Phi Delta Theta C against Phi Gamma Delta C in League II. The Phi Delts are 4-0 for the season and the ATO's nave a 2-1 record. The schedule: Monday: Ag College Court 6:30Phi Delta Theta B vs. Farm House B 7:30 Phi Gamma Delta B vs. Beta Sigma Psi B 8:30 Theta Xi B vs. Alpha Gamma Rho B PE Court 1 , 5:00 Phi Delta Theta C vs. Phi Gamma Delta C 6:30 Alpha Tau Omega C vs. Kappa Sigma C 7:30 Phi Kappa Psi C vs. Beta Theta Pi C 8:30 Sigma Chi C vs Theta XiC PE Court 2 5:00 Cliff Dwellers vs. Tig ers 6:30 Play Boys vs. Trotters 7:30 Nationals vs. Whit's 8:30 The Pacers vs. Rene gades Tuesday . Ag College Court 6:00 Phi Kappa Psi B vs. Delta Tau Delta B 7:00 Beta Theta Pk B vs. . Sigma Chi B 8:00 Kappa Sigma B vs. Al pha Tau Omega B PE Court 1 5:00 Phi Kappa Psi A vs. Sigma Chi A 6:30 Delta Tau Delta A vs- Phi Delta Theta A 7:30 Kappa Sigma A vs. Phi Gamma A 8:30 Alpha Tau Omega A vs. Beta Theta Pi A PE Court I 5 00 Boucher B vs. Benton B 6:30 Gus I B vs. MacLean B 7:30 Seaton II B vs. Selleck B 8:30 Theta Xi A vs. Beta Sigma Psi A mers : -- Tlh. mi - m lmt r,-- II Ehiii IJ M 1 1 II 1 III I i LJL Nebraska swimmer Jay Groth begins a record-shattering trip in the 440-yard freestyle against Oklahoma Satur day at the Coliseum Pool. Groth lowered the varsity record Huskers Win Nebraska (4. Emporia 40 400 yd. medley relay 1, Nebraska (Larry Ferrell, LaVerne Bauers, Larry McCIean, Bob Mitchell). T 4:17.8. 120 yd. free-style 1, Kunl Mihara. Ni 2. Jerry Clowe, E; 3, Wally Kawane E. T :22.9. SO yd free-style 1, Joe Gacusana, N; 2. Mike Scntt, E; 3, Wayne Prost. E. T-:24.4. 200 yd. IndlTldnal medley 1, Roger Bosveia 2, uoyie urnu, K; 3. Larry Eiker, E. T 2:30.8. Diving 1, Branch Walton, Ni 1, Richard Ross, E. Pts 159. 200 yd. butterfly 1, Joe Stocker, N: 2, Angus McFarland, E; 3, Neil Roach, g r. 2 "32 8 . 100 yd. free-style 1, Phil Swain, N: 2, Bob Mitchell, N; 3, Mike Scott, E. T 53.5. 200 yd. backstroke 1, Bob Bosveld, Ni 2. Doyle Orrill, E; 3. Armand Beli eau. E. T 2:39.7. 400 yd. free-style 1, Jay Groth, N. 2, Jerry Clowe, E; 3, Wally Kawane, E. T 5:02.4 (Breaks old varsity record of 5:119) 200 yd. breantstroke 1, Larry Ferrell N; 2. John Sampson, Ei 3. Nell Roach, E. T 2:52.4. 400 yd. free-style relay 1. Nebraska (larry McLean, LaVerne Bauers, Joe Gacusana, Phil Swain). T 3:36.1 (Breaks old varsity record of 3:43.5). IM Cage Scores Thursday Dental College 2, Pathogens 0 (forfeit) Vocational Ed 2, N e w m a n Club 0 (forfeit) Husker Gymnasts Triumph In Triangular; Anstine Leads By Hal Brown Nebraska s gymnasts won their second meet of the young season Saturday by outscoring Colorado State Uni versity of Fort Collins, and Fort Hays State in a triangu lar at Ft. Hays, Kans. The Huskers have yet to lose this season. Nebraska scored 81 points compared to Colorado State's 54, and Fort Hays' 18. Coach Jake Geier's gym nasts copped first places in six of the seven events. Den- Mullins Cops 600 Crown At Boston Former NU Star Wins By One Yard By Janet Sack Joe Mullins dethroned Jim Stack of Yale when he won the 600-yard run in 1:12.0 in the Boston Knights of Colum bus Track Meet. - Mullins, a senior at Nebras ka, won by a yard over the second place man, Jim Weder- burn of NYU. His greatest mo ment of anxiety occurred when Stack fought for the lead in the last lap. Mullins pro duced that famous kick of his and broke the tape first, with Stack placing third. In 600-yard run competition Mullins has only lost one race in three years of college com petition. Mullins said that going into the meet Stack was the fav orite in the 600 event. "I had to win this one to get other invitations- It sure feels good to beat the favorite," he said. On Saturday Mullins will compete in the Los Angeles Invitational meet. A week later, Jan. 28, he will com pete in Winnipeg, Canada. He has also accepted the invita tion to run hi the , Milrose Games in New York City on Feb. 4. Split GROTH STARTS RECORD-SETTING Fort Hays Edge Nebraska, 15-13 By Cloyd Clark Fort Hays wrestlers squeaked by Nebraska, 15-13, in a meet highlighted by two Nebraska pins Saturday night. Huskers Jim Raschke and Dick Van Eickle both scored pins in their matches, but the Fort Hays Tigers were able to win five of the remaining six matches and the team vic tory. Husker heavyweight J i m Raschke, turned in the out standing performance of the evening when he pinned Terry Pfannensteil in 58 seconds. Raschke's pin was the finale of the meet. The other Husker pin was scored in 6:02 of the nis Anstine led the Husker win with two first place finishes and a tie for first for 20 points. Charles Wlliams won two events for 14 points. Doug Moore, Nebraska captain, also scored 14 points. Dick McCov added 13, Louis Bur- kel 12, Herb Hanich 5, and Bill Brass 3 points. Anstine was first on the sidehorse, horizontal bar, and tied for first on the parallel bars with Bruce Bowler of Colorado State. Williams Wins Two Williams picked up his two titles in the free exercise and tumbling. Moore captured the other Husker crown with a first place in rebound tum bling. The Husker captain was third on the horizontal bar, and fourth on the flying rings. The lone event that Ne braska failed to win was the flying rings where Hopper of Colorado State edged Nebras ka's Herb Hanich for first place. The Huskers swept the first three places in tumbling with Williams, McCoy, and Burkel finishing 1-2-3 respectively. Burkel placed in four events for Geier's gymnasts. He was fourth in free exercise, third on the parallel bars, sixth on the flying rings, and third in tumbling. The Huskers next meet Is Saturday when they travel to Lawrence, Kans., for a re match with the Jayhawks. Ne braska defeated Kansas ear lier this year. The summaries: Free Exercise: 1. Williams (NI, 1. Mc Cov N. 3 Bowler ((''), 4. Burkel (N). t Henderson (CSU), . Brandt CSU). McDole Inks Pact With Pro Cardinals Nebraska tackle Roland McDole has signed a profes sional football contract with the St. Louis Cardinals of the National Football League. The 6-3, 250-pound Husker was the Cardinals fourth draft choice. He also had been drafted by Denver of the American Football League. Nebraskan Want Ads CLASSIFIED AD POLICY Ada to be printed In the waisslrled section of th Dally Nebraskan must be accompanied by the name ot the person placlnc laid ad. FOR SALE Royal Portable Typewriter, like Call TV -3S27 after p.m. REPAIRS Watch Repairs 1-Day Bervlc Campus Bookstore RIDES 3 fellows driving to Argentina second semester have room fbr one more. CaU Larry Fenater, GR 7-3984. in Duals by 11.5 seconds Friday against Emporia State and then clipped another second from it Saturday against the Soon er Groth's record Is now 5:01.4. (Photo by Dave Hillman). Wrestlers 130 pound division by Dick Van Sickle. Jim Faimon was the only other Nebraskan to reach the scoring column. Faimon, one of last season's mainstays, nearly pinned his man in one ot the evening's best matches, but he had to settle for a 10 to 3 decisra. The Hu s k e r squad was handicapped by an-injury to Mike Nissen. Ee- suffered a sprained ankle during a Dec. 18 workout. The Fort Hays Tigers took the lead from the start when Marvin Schultz decisioned Gary Policky, substitute for tri- Bebeand Tnmbllnr: 1. Moore (M. 2. James Gilbert (FH), S. Blanchar (CSU). 4. Brass (N). 3. Fox (FH), . Brandt (CSU). Sidehorse: 1. Anstine (N), 2. Beaver (FH), 3. Bowler (CSU), 4. McCoy (N), . Henderson (CSU), 6. Blanchar (CSU). Herriont.l Bar: 1: Anstine (N), 2. Brandt (CSU). 3. Moore (N), 4. Painter (CSU), 3. Gagnon (FH). (. Bowler (CSU). Parallel Bars: 1. (tie) Anstine 04) and Bowler (CSU), 3. Burkel (N), 4. Beaver (FH), 3. Painter (CSU), 6. SUab (FH). Fly Un Rinn: 1. Hopper (CSU), 2. Han ich (N, 3. Bowler (CMJ), 4, Moore N), 3. Henderson (CSU). . Burkel (N). Tnmbllnr: 1. Williams (N), 2, McCoy (N, 3. Burkel (N). 4. Henderson (CSU), 5. Bowler (CSU). Ha vs a raaj cigarette-have a i ( . r The best tobacco makes the best smoke! SWIM captain Nissen, in the 123 pound match. ine it -pound matcn ap peared as if it would be a stalemate in the early min utes of the bout. Nebraska's Bruce O'Callaghan and Tiger Dale Kath were pointless until the final two seconds of the first period when Rath scored a takedown as the horn sounded. - Rath went on to decision O'Callaghan 8-2. x The Husker loss gives the wrestling squad a 1-2 record. The victory was over Adams State and the other loss to Kansas State. Even though the Nebraskans were defeated, they bettered the 26-8 loss they suffered at the hands of the Ft. Hays Ti gers last year. The next outing, for Coach Mickey Sparano's grapplers will be Feb. 3, when the Husk ers will meet South Dakota State on the Coliseum mats. Summaries: 123 Marvin Schulti, Fort Haya, de cisioned Gary Policky, 5-3. WO Dick Van Sickle, Nebraska, pinned Bill Price in 6:20. 137 Jim Faimon, Nebraska, decisioned Gary Harding, 10-3. 147 Gary Adams, Fort Hays, decisioned Larry LeBruska, 14 7. 157-BU1 Sater. Ft. Hays, decisioned Dave Loos, 5-1. 107 Dale Rath. Ft. Hays, decisioned , Bruce O'Callaghan. 8-2. 177 Del Erickson. Ft. Hays, decisioned Stan Fraley, 5-2. Heavyweight Jim Raschke, Nebraska, pinned Terry Pfannensteil in :M seconds. -M....y.C:..:::;:::.y.fi. . . - .;...-:;::.;:-:-:;. .::.::::: :;::;;;':'::;:v:.:.-:-:-:v:-.-:o:'.':.;;'.:s5ii. v f rv wJ 1 l, . IZP hm -tj V I If t - v & X. j, Bsnolds Tobaocs Coapatvs, Wlnilon-aaltm, N. C Buffs Snap NU Win String at 4 Nebraska's four-game winning string came to an end Sat urday night as Colorado avenged an earlier loss at the hands of the Huskers with a 66-51 win at Boulder. The Buffs dropped a 65-61 decision to Nebraska last Mon day night in an overtime battle. The loss leaves Jerrv Bush's Huskers with a 2-1 mark in season. Colorado has a 2-1 confer ence record and a 10-4 mark for a season record- The Buffs started strong, hitting 58 per cent from the field to build a 41-27 halftime margin and the Huskers never caught them. Ken Charlton, who finished with 20 points, and Wilky Gil- more led the early surge for !ox Walseth s cagers. Nebras ka closed the gap to 10 points and 50-40 early in the second half, but couldn't overcome the early lead enjoyed by Colorado. Rex Swett, who didn't ar rive until lust before game time, led the Husker scoring with 15 points. The Husker sparkplug had to remain in Lincoln for an exam Saturday morning before flying to Boul der. ' Bill Bowers added 12 for Ne braska as the Huskers were playing their third straight Frosh Thinclads Rank Near Top Nebraska's freshmen two- mile relay team ranks third in the nation among collegians with a mark of 49:00:0. In the first annual Track & Field News college freshmen two-mile team race, the Huskers were represented by John Portee, 9:33.0; Andy Steele, 9:49.1; Stuart Tucker, 9:50.9; Tony Cruz, 9:51.0; and Jim Lewis, 9:56.0. With his 9:33.0, Portee also earned individual honors by placing fifth among college freshmen. Track & Field honor awards will be given to the top teams and individuals. Oklahoma Defeated; Fans Break Record National champion Okla homa wrestlers were defeated by Oklahoma State University grapplers 27-7 at Stillwater, Okla. recently, ,. ,., An all-time record number of state college fans wit nessed the defeat. Some 8,600 fans watched, 1,400 more than capacity seating at Gallagher Hall. Another 1,000 were turned away. Main Feature Clock Varsity: "The Sundowners," 1:29, 4:05, 6:41, 9:17. State: "Swiss Family Robin son," 1:00, 3:50, 6:40, 9:30. 'For flavor, you can't AVALANCHE HUNTER, SQUAW VALLEY SITE OF '60 WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES TURKISH & DOMLSTiC BLEND - C 1 1 ARETTKS i conference - play and 8-5 on the game without senior J i m Kowalke, one of the leading scorers. Kowalke is sidelined with a sprained ankle. Nebraska's next outing will be Saturday when Iowa State invades the Coliseum for an 8:05 p.m. clash. The box score: NEBRASKA COLORADO I I I (ft 3 1-2 I Carlton 7 M 20 3 1-2 7 Millies 2 3-4 7 5 2-2 12 Voss 3 1-1 7 7 1-2 15 Gilmore 6 1-1 11 3 0-0 6 Carlson 6 0-0 12 0 OO 0 Mueller 0 0-1 1 1-1 3 Zyzda 1 0-3 2 0 0-0 0 Gunsaules 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 Lee 13-3 3 22 7-8 51 Totals 16 14-21 6S Russell Wall Bowers Sweat Roots Huge Snipe fates Suuck Totals Nebraska ff M 51 Colorado 41 2j gf Attendance 5.300. HELD OVER FOR A FEW MORE DAYS CHILDREN 35c THEY TURNED A INTO M ISLAND PARADISE! WALTDSSNEYS misttCHMt nun nuumiair HEUCCnJEMSM! They're fun people, fervent people. 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