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    Friday, Mar. 3, 1,961
The Nebraskan
Pag 3
NU Matmen in Home Meet
Nebraska's wrestlers can
achieve the best dual record
for a Husker team since 1929
with a win over Missouri at
7:30 p.m. Saturday on the Col
iseum mats.
Coach Mickey Sparano's
grapplers have a 4-3-1 record.
The 1929 team under John
Kellogg won five and lost
three. Saturday's match will
be the final tuneup before the
Big Eight championships at
Norman, Okla., Mar. 10-11.
The probably Husker lineup
will be Faber Jenkins, , 123;
Mike Nissen, 130: Jim Fai-
mon, 137; Larry Lebruska,
147; Harold Thompson, 157;
Stan Fraley, 167; Pat Fitz
gerald, 177 and Raschke,
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BEFORE Sports AFTER Over-Exertion
Seven Teams Entered
In All College Gym Meet
By Hal Brown
Seven teams are entered in
the 15th annual All College
Invitational Gymnastics meet
to be held today and Saturday
in the Physical Education
Building. .
Preliminaries will start at
2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. today
with the finals set for 2 p.m.
Saturday. The top ten in each
event in the preliminaries will
Qualify for the finals.
Teams competing will be
Nebraska, Kansas State, Air
Force Academy, Colorado,
Fort Hays State,. Mankato
State and Colorado State Col
N e b r a s k a's undefeated
team-has beaten each of the
teams with the exception of
the Air Force during the past
season. The Huskers did not
meet the Falcons.
The Air Force is defending
Royr L. Jones A H. Mrryl Burner
Directors of Student Work
9:30 a.m. Bible Study 6:00 p.m. Fellowship Hour
10:45 a m. Morning Worship 7:00 Evening Worship
5:30 p.m. Supper 8:00 After-Church Fellowship
Groups Meeting at
Frst Baptist Church 14th and K Street!
Second Baptst Church . 28th and S Streets
1SJ7 R Street
Krlth Stephenson, Csunpus Minister
10-45 o.m. Worship (Cooperotvely with U.C.C.F. at 333 No. 14th)
5:30 p.m. Supper, Worship & Forum (Cooperatively with U.C.C.F.
at 333 No. 14th)
(National Lutheran Council)
535 North lrh
Alvts M. Petersen, Pastor
9:30 o.m. Bible Study
10:15 a.m. Coffee Hour
10:45 o.m. Worship
5:30 p.m Lutheran Student Association
(Catholic Student Center)
lilt 4 Street
C. J. Keensn. pastor
R. P. Sneehjr, I. R. Myers, assoelstes
Sunday Masses at 8:00, 9:30, 11:00, 12:30
Confessions on Saturday: 4:30-5:30 p.m. and 7:30-8:30 p.m.
Business Meeting and Soclol Hour 7:30 p.m.
(Presbyterian, Congregational, E.U.B, E. A R.)
333 North 14th Street
Alan J. Plekerlnc. Minister
1 0: 1 5 Communion Served at UCCF Student House
10:45 a.m. Coroorote Worship 5:30 p.m. Forum Fellowship
Services at fotner while present bulldlnf being rebuilt
Gilbert M. Armstrong, Cnapiala
9:00 o.m. Holy Communion 11:00 o.m. Morning Prayer
5-30 o.m. Evening Praver
A. J. Nordrn, Pastor
Uth ana t) Streets
9:30 o.m. Bible Study 5:30 p.m. Gommo Delta Supper
10.45 o.m. Worshio
William B. ouM J. Benton White, Ptors
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion (Wesley House, 1417 R Streets)
9:30 o.m. Morning Worship (at LSC, 535 North Uth St.)
1 ... Dr. Amos A. Thomburg will be tha. ouatt snaalrer .
10:30 a.m. Coffee Hour and Discussion (Wesley House)
5:00 p.m. Cost Supper (Wesley House) '
6:00 p.m. Vespers
6:15 p.m. Forum (Student Union, Room 234)
Four Move
To Finals
Four teams have secured
tickets to the finals of the
all-University tournament as
intramural basketball action
is nearing the end. "
Kappa Sigma, Navy ROTC,
Gus II and Phi Delta Theta
have advanced to the finals
of Fraternity, Independent,
Burr-Selleck and C-team
competition respectively.
Sigma Chi and Manatt lead
the B-team tournament witn
positions in the quarter-fi
nals. B-team competition will
be at full tilt next week after
a lay off this week end be
cause of the gymnastics
Fraternity A
Theta Xi 33 Alpha Tau Omega 32
Beta Theta PI 47 Beta Siona Psi 37
Wednesdsx: . A , .
Beta Theta Pi SS Theta Xi M
tnaepeaaeat A
Dents 38 Pacers U
Nationals 2 Phi fcpslloo Kappa uoneiu
Dent 47 Nationals 34
Burr-settees A
Hitchcock SI Bunett 47
Avery 62 Selleck 37
Avery 48 . Hitchcock 36
Theta Xi 31 Kappa SUms 26
Alpha Gam. Rho-A 3D . Sigma Alpha Mu 29
Delta Tau ueita-H ts Alpha lau umesa a
Sigma Theta Epsilon
Ivan's Standard Service
Saturday, March 4
17th &Q $1
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champipn with Colorado Stace
finishing second and Nebras
ka third in last year's meet
held at the Air Force Aca
demy. Nebraska has won the
meet seven of the 14 years it
has been held. ,
Husker coach. Jake Geier
tabs the Air Force as the fa
vorite again with Nebraska,
Colorado State and Mankato
State battling for the second
Friday afternoon's prelimin
tries will include fret exer
cise, rope climb, side horse,
Horizontal bar, tumbling,
rebound tumbling, parallel
bars, flying rings and still
Sevigne Says 3rd Place
Possible in Big 8 Meet
By Janet Sack
The Nebraska cindermen take a 3-1 record with them
into the Big Eight indoor championships at Kansas City, Mo.,
today and Saturday. .
"The Huskers should score In 10 to 12 events," said
Coach Frank' Sevigne. "We will have no real big winner, but
the team should do no worse than fourth or fifth and pos-
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In the high hurdles Bill Fa
sano will attempt to eaten a
blue ribbon over Rex Stucker
of Kansas State and Curtis
McClinton of Kansas. All have
times of :07.4.
Steve Pfister will represent
the Scarlet and Cream in the
60-yard dash. Pfister has a
time of :06.3 in dual competi
Fred Wilke, sophomore, will
be a main contender in the 60
lows with his :07.0, in the high
jump with a 6-2 effort, and in
the broad jump with a 23-2
leap. Team mate Bob Knaub,
with a 23-8 in the broad
jump, should place in the top
Husker soph Ray Stevens,
with a 4:20.8 mile effort, will
give Bill Dotson of Kansas
and Bob Hanneken of Mil
souri competition in that
event. Stevens will double in
the two-mile in which he has
a 9:48.4.
In the two-mile Billy Mills
of Kansas and Hannekne will
battle for the top positions.
Girl's Playday
Slated Saturday
The sports management
class of the Women's PE De
partment will sponsor a
"Playday" Saturday for- 93
girls from eight surrounding
high schools.
Girls from Hastings, Grand
Island, Ralston,. Crete, Kear
ney, Jfiattsmoutn, Seward,
and Omaha Tech will partici
pate in volleyball, golf, fenc
ing, swimming, folk dancing,
and Nebraska ball.
The events will start at
9:30 a.m.
Rematch Set
Nebraska willl face Kansas
State Saturday night at Man
hattan in a rematch of their
contest here Monday which
the Wildcats won, 77-7, after
being pressed all the way.
The Kansas State win over
Nebraska clinched an NCAA
berth for the Wildcats but
Kansas still has a chance to
win the Big Eight title. The
Jay hawks are ineligible for
the NCAA tourney.
"We have an NCAA berth,
now we want the Big Eight
championship," says Tex Win
ter, Kansas State Jbasketball
coach. "This doesn't mean we
are selfish. So far as we are
concerned, and so far as most
of our fans are concerned, the
conference title is the big
Winter isn't taking the Husk
ers lightly. He says, "Nebras
ka is big, rugged and consid
erably improved over early
season. On the basis of their
last few games the Cornhusk
ers would have to be rated
among the best teams in the
Big Eight." .
The games Winter is speak
ing of are the last three in
which Nebraska broke a seven-game
losing streak with a
win over Oklahoma, then up
set Kansas at Lawrence, and
nearly upset the Wildcats
Husker,. coach Jerry Bush
plans to start Rex Swett and
Al Roots at guards with Tom
my Russell at forward. The
other two spots will be up for
grabs among Jan Wall, Bill
Bowers, Ivan Grupe and Jim
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Kansas placed two on the
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Whitney of Iowa State, Larry
Comley of Kansas State and
Charles Henke of Missouri.
The second five includes
Kansas State's Ced Price and
Al Peithman, Colorado's Rog
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