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The Daily Nebraskan
Wednesday, March '21 , 1 962
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musketeers of wrestling were reduced to three when Dave
Cook, lower left, suffered a knee injury in a match with
Omaha U., and was forced to surgery. In the back row
Is Harold Thompson and Jim Raschke, still unbeaten
as they enter the NCAA championships at Stillwater this
weekend. Mike Nissen, kneeling at the right, has a 13-2-0
mark for the season.
3 Husker Wrestlers
Leave for Nationals
Sports Siati. Writer
Two Cornhusker wrestling
greats left at noon Tuesday
for their final collegiate mat
action the NCAA Cham
pionsips at Stillwater, Okla.,
j this weekend.!
Nationally recognized sen
iors Harold Thompson and
Jim Raschke will carry un
beaten records as well as Ne
braska and Big Eight pres
tige into the biggest mee on
college slates, billed for a
Thursday start and Saturday
Mike Nissen will team up
with the two seniors to rep
resent Nebraska in the tour
ney. The three are seeking
the Big Red's first individual
nationals crown since the
meet was initiated in 1928.
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Thompson, ranked number
one m the nation in the 157
pound class is the best bet for
Nebraska's first nationals
champ. The native of Osage,
la., trimmed down to 147 for
the Big Eight meet and is en
tered in this division for the
nationals, also.
Raschke has had plenty of
Big Eight and nationals ex
perience in the unlimited di
vision. The Omaha North
hefty was second in the loop
tourney as a sophomore and
fourth as a junior. He w a s
fourth in the nationals in '61
and won the conference crown
this year.
Nissen, a junior 123 pound
er, carries an undefeated dual
record into the Champion
ships. The three Huskers will be
representing the toughest con
ference in the nation, Okla
homa State, Oklahoma and
Iowa State have monopolized
the tourney in 28 of the 32
annual sessions.
The Cowboys, reigning
champs, have missed out on
only nine of the team crowns
and of these, Oklahoma has
won five.
Xis Win Paddle Ball
Theta Xi had six flight win
ners and a total of 79 points
to take the All-University
team championship in intra
mural paddle ball. The Theta
Xis were outscored by the In
dependents, 88-79, but the In
dependents are not an organ
ized team.
Myron Papadakis, Delta Up
silon, was the All-University
singles champion and Steve
North and Mike Barton, Phi
Kappa Psi, were All-University
doubles champions.
1. Navy ROTC (12-0)
2. Sigma Phi Fpsilon (12-2)
3. Kappa Sigma (11-2)
4. Canfield (9-1) -
5. Dental College (10-3)
6. Sigma Chi (7-6)
7. Delta Tau Delta 'S-3)
8. Phi Delta Theta ,5-4)
9. Sigma Alpha Epsilon (5-3)
10, Bachelors (8-2)
1. Sigma Nu (12-1)
2. Phi Delta Theta (8 3)
3. Alpha Tau Omega (7-2)
4. Sigma Alpha Epsilon (7-3)
5. Phi Kappa Psi (5-5)
6., Delta Tau Delta (6-2)
7. Canfield (7-1)
8. Alpha Gamma Rho (5-3)
9. Beta Theta PI (3-4)
10. Andrews (5-3)
1. Delta Upsilon (8-1)
2. Sigma Phi Epsilon (8-3)
3. Sigma Chi (7-3)
4. Phi Delta Theta (7-3)
5. (tie) Theta Xi (3-4)
Beta Theta Pi (5-4)
Won Lost
Sigma Phi Epsilon" 12
Kappa Sigma n
Delta Tau Delta 8
Brown Palace ., 7
Beta Sigma Psi 7
Pioneer 6
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 5
Delta Sigma Phi 4
Phi Delta Theta 5
Delta Upsilon 5
Farm House it
Sigma Chi 7
Cornhusker" 4
Pi Kappa Phi 3
rneta xi 3
Acacia 2
Alpha Tau .Omeffa 9
Sigma Nu , 2
Ag Men , 2
Theta Chi 2
Phi Kappa Psi 1
Beta Theta Pi 1
Phi Gamma Delta 1
Alpha Gamma Rho . . 1
Delta Sigma Pi ;. 0
mpna uamma Sigma 0
Canfield 9
Seaton II .. 1 a
Kiesselbach . . . 7
Burnett ' "
Gus II 7
uessey- g
Avery 5
Hitchcock 5
MacLean 4
Manatt 4
Smith 3
Gus I 4
Andrews 3
Selleck 1
Boucher 1
Gus HI 1
Seaton I 0
Benton 0
Goodding 0
Navy 12
Dental College 10
Bachelors a
Losers 7
Phi Ensilon KaDDa K
Pharmacy 4
Law Co lege s
Physicists J
Kegs i 2
Vocational Ed I
Unteachables 2
Newman Club 2
Play Boys 1
Persching Rifles 1
Sigma Nu" 12
Phi Delta Theta 8
Alpha Tau Omega 7
Delta Tau Delta 6
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 7
Mpna Gamma Rho S
Phi Kappa Psi 5
Beta Theta Pi x
Farm House 3
Delta Upsilon 2
Sigma Phi Epsilon 3
Theta Xi 3
Kappa Sigma 1
Delta Sigma Pi 1
Cornhusker 1
Beta Sigma Psi 1
Phi Gamma Delta 0
Canfield 7
Andrews . 5
Avery .. Ihp 2
Manatt" 1
Delta Upsilon 1
Sigma Phi Epsilon t
Sigma Chi 7
Phi Delta Theta 7
Beta Theta Pi 5
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 4
Theta Xi 3
Farm House 2
Delta Tau Delta 3
Alpha Tau Omega 2
Phi Kappa Psi 1
Sigma Nu 0
Kappa Sigma 0
"Includes tourney record.
'Includes both division and All-Unlver.
slty tourney records. (All other tourney
games, including I he Cornhusker, Ac Col.
lege and "exhibitions." arc nat included
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DU-C Head Divisions
Sports Editor
A 1 1-University champion
Navy ROTC stands at the
top of the final Daily Ne
braskan intramural basketball
ratings among 'A' teams.
Navy was ranked number
one in a v clear-cut choice
ahead of Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Kappa Sigma, Canfield, and
Dental College.
The last five rated squads
are a bit more befuddled as
positions six through nine
were a tight tussle between
four Fraternity-A teams with
the Bachelors, an Indeperd
ent quintet, holding down
the number ten spot.
Six of the top ten teams
are Fraternity squads and
three teams played in the In
dependent leagues. There is
only one Burr-Selleck choice
(Canfield), not due to the ah
sence of dorm talent but be
cause' of the tightness of the
Fraternity and Independent
Navy Undefeated
The Navy crew sailed
through an unbeaten season
of twelve wins and no de
feats, winning the Indpend
ent and All-University titles
in the process. NROTC was
the only undefeated intra
mural team in the three' di
visions. Biggest of the Navy wins
and the clincher for the top
spot was the finale before the
state high school finals when
the midshipment from M&N
edged Sigma Phi Epsilon for
the IM title.
Other important Navy vic
tories included three wins
over fifth-ranked Dental Col
lege and one over the Bach
elors (No. 10) in Independent
Sig Eps Second
Next in line in the top ten
is Sigma Phi Epsilon, the
scrappy Fraternity-A champs
and runner-ups in the A 1 1
University chase.
The Sig Eps compiled a
12-2 mark with key wins
(twice) over Kappa Sigma,
two over Delta Tau Delta
(seventh) and one over Can-
field, dorm champ and rated
The only losses SPE suf
fered w ire at the hands of
the Kappa Sigs and Navy.
The well-balanced Sig Ep
team won its league then
went on to upset the Kappa
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Sigs,' defending Fraternity
and All-University champs, in
two of three meetings.
Kappa Sigs Slip to 3rd
Kappa Sigma is ranked
third with its 11-2 mark. The
Bob Prokop-led K-Sig corps
turned in their third straight
gooa season aitnough they
aia not repeat as cnamps.
The Kappa Sigs weathered
rough league competition to
win League1 1-A before drop.
ping tne two close decisions
to the Sig Eps in the Fra
ternity-A playoffs.
Sigma Chi (No. 6) fell vic-
offensive attack three times,
Kappa Sigma downed Phi
Delta Theta (No. 8) twice,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon (No. 9)
once and the Sig Eps once
Canfield Spotted at Four
Fourth on the charts are
the Canfield cagers.' The
dorm titlists enjoyed a suc
cessful season,- winning the
Burr-Selleck-A crown by nip
ping Seaton II (not ranked)
Canfield (9-1), a team com
posed mainly of Husker foot
ball players led by Ali-Uni
versity center Monte Kiffin,
was undefeated in dorm play
and bowed to the Sig Eps
m the'AU-University tourney.
Another powerful Independ
ent team is rated fifth. Den
tal College (10-3) absorbed its
only three setbacks of the
campaign in losing three
close ones to to-ranked Navy.
s The Dents, runner-up in the
Independent tourney, made
mince meat of most of the
Independent teams and added
an important win with a nar
row win over the Bachelors
in the semi-finals of the Inde
pendent tourney.
Anybody's Guess
Positions six through ten
are anybody s guess as three
of the teams fought it out
first in League 1-A then later
in the Fratermty-A tourna
ment. ' Sigma Chi earns the num
ber six spot despite a poor
6-7 record. The Sig Chis had
a unimpressive 2-4 league
mark, finishing fourth in their
league and barely qualifying
for the tourney. ,
Once m the tournament,
however, the Sigs revenged
regulart season losses to the
Phi Delts (No. 8) and the
Sig Alphs (No. 9), but
couldn't overcome Kappa Sig
ma, losing three times to the
The Sig Chis were one of
the best teams in the tour
ney and owe their number
six ranking and third highest
Fraternity spot to their hot
finish and a key victory over
seventh-rated Delta Tau Delta
in tournament play.
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The loss to the Sig Chis
cost the Delts a chance for a
higher finish as the DTD men
still finished with a fine 8-3
record, third best mark
among Fraternities.
The Delts' other two losses
were handed them by champs
Sigma Phi Epsilon and, des
pite a good second place
finish in tough League 2-A,
the Delts had no wins over
ranked teams.
Phi Delta Theta, with one
of the best potential teams in
IM play, is rated eighth. The
Phi Delts reeled off five
wins against four losses, play
ing a tough schedule.
The Phi Delts beat the Sig
Chis (No. 6) in the regular
season and knocked off a
powerful Sig Alph (No. 9)
quintet in the tourney for
their only two big wins of
tne year.
Two Losses to If-Sigs
The Phi Delts fell twice to
Kappa Sigma, once to Sigma
Chi and once to Sigma Alpha
Epsilon in the round-a bout
Fraternity competition.
The Sig Alphs (5-3) are
awarded ninth place on &
strong regular season show
ing. Hurt by losses at mid-
semester, SAE was upended
in its two tourney outings af
ter chalking up a 5-1 1 o o p
count, good enough for sec
ond place.
SAE beat the - Phi Delts
and Sig Chis during the regu
lar campaigns but loss to
these two teams in the all-
important tournament. The
other Sig Alph loss was to
Kappa Sigma (No. 2).
Bachelors Tough at Ten
The Bachelors, at number
ten, compiled an impressive
8-2 record, won their league
and lost only to Navy and
the Dents in tourney action.
Led by standouts Larry
Champoux and Jim Houser,
this team mieht be under
rated but was hampered by
playing the weak Independent
League slate.
There were several other
'A' teams which almost
cracked the big ten and de
serve recognition. Tons amons
these are Seaton II (8-3), Los
ers (7-3), Gus II (7-5) and
crown palace (7-3).
Other ton ciuintets in IM
action included: Pioneer
(6-3). Burnett (6-3). Kiessel-
bach (7-4), Bessey (6-4), Av
ery (.5-3) and Phi Ensilon
Kappa (6-4).
Sigma Nu Top 'B' Team
Topping the 'B' rankings is
Sigma Nu. The Sig N u ' s
posted a 12-1 record, copped
the Fraternity-B title and
then added the All-University
'B' crown by smashing Can-
field-B (No. 7).
Included in the Sig Nu con
quests were Phi Delta Theta
(No. 2) three times, eight-
ft. J. Heynolii Tobscco Co.
ranked Alpha Gamma Rho.
fourth-rated Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Phi Kappa Psi (No.
5) and Canfield.
The Sig Nu's lost their
only game of the year to the
Phi Delts then beat prac
tically every to-rank6d team
on their comeback trail to
win the Frat-B championship.
Phi Delts Second '
Phi Delta Theta (8-3) is a
solid choice for the second
spot with wins over AGR, Sig
Nu, and Phi Psi, and losses
only to Sigma Nu. The Phi
Delts won eight and lost
Alpha Tau Omega (7-2),
Sigma Alpha Epsilon (7-3),
and Phi Kappa Psi (5-5)
round out the top five. Each
of this trio owns a win over
the other two so these three
teams could easily be
switched. All turned in good
tourney performances to mer
it their high spots on the 'E'
Delta Tau Delta (6-2) is
number six with wins over
AGR (No. 8) and (two) over
unranked Farm House. Losses
to SAE and ATO in the
tourney hurt the Delts posi
tion. Canfield (7-0 in dorm play
and 7-1 for the year) is rated
a low seventh despite i t s
Burr-Selleck 'B' champion
ship. Canfield took a weak
four team dorm division be
fore being crushed by to p
ranked Sigma Nu in the All
University 'B' finals.
Alpha Gamma Rho, Beta
Theta Pi and dorm runner
up Andrews round out the
'B' top ten.
DUs First in 'C
A powerful Delta Upsilon
team (8-1) is entrenched in
the top spot in the 'C list
ings. , . ,
The DUs, led by freshman
standout Ken Knoche,
marched through the season,
suffering only one loss an
early season overtime heart
breaker to Theta Xi and
gave 'B champ Sigma Nu
all it wanted in a special ex
hibition game in the Colise
Runner-UD Siema Phi Epsi-
Ion (8-3) is second. The Sig
Eds were downed three
times by , the DUS for their
only defeats.
Sigma Chi (7-3) takes third
with its favorite victim, Phi
Delta Theta (7-3) close be
hind at fourth. Fifth place is
a tie between Beta Theta Pi,
with a fine 5-4 record, and'
Theta Xi, with its early sea
son upset of Delta Upsilon.
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