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The Daily Nebraskan
Mondav. February J 9. 196
H
uskers W in Another
Squeaker at I
NU Edges Tigers; Jones Shines
issouri
By DAVE WOHLFARTH
Sports Editor
Nebraska put on a strong
second half to win its second
game of the year on the
road, edging Missouri, 65-63
at Columbia Saturday night.
The only previous Husker
road win was a 69-67 win at
Kansas, Nebraska's next op
ponent. KU will meet the
Huskers in the Col seum
Wednesday night.
The game wrote another
chapter in Nebraska's book
of close games this season.
The two point win was the
second such NU victory and
the Huskers have been in
volved in a total of 11 game3
which have been decided by
four points or less.
NU has won three one-pointers,
two two-pointers, one
game by three and one by
four. Coach Jerry Bush's crew
have lost three by a scant
point apiece and one by two
points.
The win, coupled with Okla
homa State's loss to Iowa
State, also enabled the Husk
ers to take sole possession of
fourth place in the Big Eight
conference race. Nebraska
has now won four and lost
five in loop competition and
standsS-W overall.
Nebraska came from a 36
32 halftime deficit to hand
the cellar-dwelling Tigers
their seventh conference loss
against one win.
Charley Jones was the key
to the win over the Tigers
for the Bushmen. The sopho
more "fireman" put Nebras-
ka ahead to stay when he hit
a layup and added the free
throw for a three point play
to put NU in front 55-54 with
nine minutes to go.
Jones was the high scorer
for Nebraska with 17 points
on seven field goals and three
free throws. Dependable Tom
"Rebel" Russell added 14
points on three buckets and
eight for ten from the line.
' Six-eight sophomore pivot
Bill Vincent responded to his
starting role by scoring 11
points for the Huskers.
The game's high scorer
was Missouri's Ken Doughty
with 31 markers.
MISSOURI
NEBRASKA
PACES HUSKER AT
TACK Sophomore Charley
Jones led the NU attack
against Missouri, scoring 17
points.
IM Basketball Tourney
Swings Into 2nd Week
By BOB RAY
Sports Staff Writer
The Intramural Basketball
Tournament swings into its
second week of action with 10
games slated tonight and 17
games on tap Tuesday
Tourney favorite and de
fending champion Kappa Sig
ma plays Brown Palace on
PE Court 1 at 5 p.m. in Tues
day's edition of the Frat-A
competition.
Navy ROTC, defending In
dependent champ, plays the
Dental College at 8:30 p.m
on the Frosh Court Tuesday
The Kappa Sigs unbeaten
In 6 frays and Navy ROTC,
with 7 wins and no losses,
have the top marks in the
tourney;
Other defending champions
IM Cage Slate
Monday's Gaines
Ag College
:30 p.m. Bachelors vs. Vo
cational Education.
7:30 p.m. Manatt-B vs. An-
drews-B.
PE. Court 1
5:00 p.m. Burnett-A vs
Gus I-A
e.'su p.m. oeaton ii-a vs.
Avery-A.
7:30 p.m. Hitchcock-A vs.
Bessey-A.
8:30 p.m. Gus II-A vs.
Canfield-A,
PE. Court 2
5:00 p.m. Phi Delta
Theta-A vs. Sigma Alpha Ep-cilon-A.
6:30 p.m. Farmhouse-A vs.
Cornhusker-A.
7:30 p.m. Sigma Alpha
Epsilon-C vs. Delta Upsilon
C. 8:30 p.m. Delta Upsilon-A
vs. Theta Xi-A.
Tuesday Games
Ag College
8:30 p.m. Beta Theta Pi-
A vs. Sigma Nu-A
'. 7:30 p.m. Phi Gamma Del-ta-A
vs. AgMen-A.
8:30 p.m. Alpha Gamma
Rho-A vs. Alpha Gamma Sig-ma-A.
PE. Court 1
5:00 p.m. Kappa Sigma-A
vs. Brown Faiace-A. -
6:30 p.m. Pioneer-A vs.
Sigma Phi Epsiton-A.
7:30 p.m. Sigma Chi-A vs.
Phi Delta Theta-A or Sigma
Alpha Epsilon-A.
8:30 p.m. Beta Sigma Psi
A .vs. FarmHouse-A or Con
. husker-A.
PE Court 2
5:00 p.m. Burnett-A or Gus
I-A vs. Seaton II-A or Avery-
A.
. 6:30 p.m. Hitchcock-A or
Bessy-A vs. Gus II-A or Can-field-A.
- 7:30 p.m. Manatt-A vs. Bur-
. oott.A nr (Ins I-A."
8:30 p.m. Kiesselbach-A vs.
Seaton II-A or AveryA.
, Varsity Court
6:30 p.m. Phi Kappa Psi
B vs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon
B. 7:30 p.m. Phi Delta Theta
B vs. Sigma Nu-B.
8:30 p.m. Beta Theta Pi
B vs. Alpha Tau Omega-B.
Frosh Court
6:30 p.m. FarmHouse-B
vs. Delta Tau Delta-B.
7:30 p.m. Sigma Chi-C- vs.
Phi Delta Theta-C. ;
8:33 p.m.-Navy ROTC vs.
Dental College. ,
are: Frat-B, Sigma Chi;
Burr-Selleck, Guss II; All
University, Kappa Sigma.
Kutler . Only
NU Winner
Nebraska's Stuar Kutler
scored the only Husker win in
the National Intercollegiate
Regional 8 Bowling Tourney
at the Nebraska Union Lanes
Saturday.
Kutler, a senior Bus. Ad.
major from Omaha, rolled a
643 top series. He also placed
fourth in the All-Events cate
gory to qualify for a trip to
Des Moines in April to com
pete in the ABC tourney
there.
In team competition Mis
souri University clipped Mis
souri Mines by three pins.
The Tigers racked up 2822
pins to produce the margin
over Mines' total of 2818.
Omaha U. finished third with
2813.
This is the first time that
this type of competition has
been held. Previously the top
scores from each school were
mailed in for district awards.
Doughty 13 5-5 31 Jonet . 7 3-4 IT
Price 4 0-18 Pueli 1 1-1 S
Dye 1 1-1 3 Vincent 5 1-2 11
Grebing 1 2-2 4 Slad'nik 0 M 5
Carey 1 2-3 4 Russell . 3 8-10 14
Rasa 10-0 2 Bowers 0 1-2 1
Houston 3 5-5 U Sweet 2 0-0
Turl'ton 0 0-0 0 Orupe 3 0-0
Mill. n o-l O Petsch 2 0-0
Totala 24 15-18 63 T Ota It 23 19-25 5
NebrwU
Mlseourt
DAILY DEBftASUAQ
CU, Wildcats
Still on Top
In Big
Eight
The Husker gymnastic
squad will carry a 5-2 dual
meet record into next Satur
day's clash with Kansas
State.
Over the weekend, Nebras
ka placed 3rd in the Midwest
Big Eight Standings
W L Pet. Pti. Opp
Colorado 0 1.IIO0 5M 502
Kanaaa Stat g 1 .889 807 SM
Iowa State 7 S .700 868 628
NEBRASKA 4 5 .444 558 611
Oklahoma State ,3 6 .333 512 514
Oklahoma J 8 -J50 . 459 484
Kansas 1 1 -125 81 7S
Missouri 1 1 .125 503 543
There was no change in the
elite three of the Big Eight
cage standings last weekend
as Colorado, K-State and Iowa
State each picked up wins Sat
urday night.
Colorado needed a second
half comeback to edge Kan
sas. 65-61. and maintain the
Big Eight lead. While Kansas
State had an easy time ot it
at Oklahoma, 71-63. And the
Cyclones led all the way for
a 68-61 victory over Oklahoma
State.
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chance to move up on the iampionMupS anu spui
chart this week as Iowa State d,ouble, d.ua!, w1? Mankato
moot mimhor nno PolnraHrt Nate ana mm Lraicota
Saturday and the Wildcats en. t iSt Saturday, UenniS. Al-
tortain Okiarinma oers wo victories enawea
Oklahoma will invade Kan. tne tiusKers to salvage jra
sas tonight while Oklahoma place in the Northwest com-
stato is visitin? Missouri. petition, fowertui Mankato
The Huskers will play host ouue wo" uie Vlttss A luvl"
to Kansas Wednesday a.m the
Jayhawks will be home for an
Oklahoma State invasion Sat
urday.
Missouri will be in Lincoln
Saturday night and Oklahoma
at Kansas State.
Uiibeatens Grapple
Tomorrow Night
By BOB BESOM
Sports Staff Writer if . rk
m J- i TT 1 . 1
Tomorrow mui s jpiuskbi- w - ' i
Missouri mat dual at Colum-1 TYlllQ TOT Till
VS ...ill lnti.. o KottlA nt V O
two undefeated 157 pounders.
Husker Harold Thompson
(8-0 in dual competition) is
pitted opposite Mizzou's Rich
Adams on the probable line
ups. Adams, a blind sophomore,
has six dual victories under
his belt. Tiger Coach Mar
shall Esteppe, a former pro
wrestler, figures high on Ad
ams, a prep state champ for
the Missouri School for the
Blind. - ,
Nebraska mentor Bob Man-
cuso will be seeking his sev
enth dual win in nine starts
Tuesday night.
Mancuso, in this inaugural
season as Husker coach,
picked up win number six
last Thursday over Kansas
State and thus racked up the
best Nebraska win record on
the mats since 1929. The grap
plers stand at 6-1-1 in dual
competition.
GRAPPLER COACH
Wrestling Coach Bob Man
cuso will try to lead his
team to its seventh win to
row night at Missouri.
Gymniasts Third in Open
Wadin' In Snow
University gymnastic and
track teams are stranded in
Minnesota and Colorado re
spectively because of im
passible weather conditions.
Radio reports said NU gym
nasts are holding out in
Worthington, Minn., in waist
deep snow. ,
sion of the meet W racking
up 823' points. Minnesota
took second with 807, and Ne
braska trailed with 797 points
Nemisis Mankato St. again
beat NU'62-49Mi, in a dou
ble dual last Friday, while the
Huskers whipped North Da
kota 87-24.
Ag Union Sponsors
Bridge Tournament
The Ag union sponsored
bridge tournament will be
held 8:30-12 a.m. Saturday.
Trophies for each member
of the top two teams will be
awarded. Entry blanks may
be obtained at the Ag Union.
They must be turned in at
Ag Union activities office by
5 p.m , .Wednesday.
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NU Thinclads
By JAN SACK
Sports Staff Writer-
Colorado's . tracksters won
the mile . relay- and conse
quently the dual meet over
Nebraska Saturday night. 64-
58, to hand the Huskers their
first defeat this indoor sea
son.
This weekend the tables
are turned and the Buffs tra
vel to Lincoln for a dual
meet. y
Olympic sprinter Teddv
Woods anchored the Colorado
mile relay team to victory
and a meet record with a
time of 3:22.1, to smash the
old, record of 3:26.3 set by
coioraao in. 1956.
Altogether five meet rec-
ords were broken and one
tied during the meet. Nebras
ka's Mike Fleming caught a
piece of the record when he
ran the two-mile event in
9:44.0 for victory. The old
time was 9:46.6 set by Berme
Frakes of Colorado in 1958.
Big Eight 600-yard champ
Jim Heath ran awav with
this event in 1:11.1. His time
lowered the ole mark of 1:-
13.7 established by Joe Mul
ling of Nebraska in 1960. .
Versatile Buff Don Meyers
took the pole vault with a 15-J
0 jump, toppling the old rec
ord of 14-9Y4 set by Don Coop
er of Nebraska in 1951. Mey
ers got his second win in the
broad jump with a leap of
24-4.
The other record was set
by Bob Crumpacker in that
shot put with a heave of 54
vk, breaking his own marl
of 53-4 set last year.
Nebraska's only double win
ner was .junior Fred Wilki
who won the high jump wit
a 6-3 effort an the 60-yan
low hurdles in :06.8. Wilk
also took second to teammate
Ron Moore who hurdled the
60-yard highs in :07.4.
Woods was Colorado's oth
er double winner with victor
ies in the 440-yard dash in
:49.9 and 60-yard dash in
:06.2, tieing the record set by
Husker Keith Gardner in
1958. -
Despite a mixup at the
start of the 1000-yard event.
Husker sophomore John Por.
tee won this unscheduled 990-
yard race in 2:14.9.
Nebraska's other victory
came in the mile when Ray
Stevens was timed in 4:25.6.
Chuck Buchalt of Colorado
won the 880 in 1:55.5 over
second place Billy Kenny oi
Nebraska.
Ping Pong Tourney
The Ag Union skill pool
and ping pong tournament
preliminaries will begin to
day, according to Joyce
Baumann, chairman of the
Ag Union entertainment
committee, which sponsors
the event.
Game dates have been
posted.
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