The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 07, 1962, Page Page 4, Image 4
Page A The Daily Nebraskan Friday, December 7, 1962 Grapplers Entertain o n - c' rlV"v i nc ti First Dual of Season; K-State Boasts Nine Vets By MICK ROOD Sports Staff Writer Nebraska's wrestling team will clay host to Kansas State, Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the Coliseum in the Husker's first dual meet of the young season. The Wildcats. desDite fin ishing in the second division last year, boast nine return ing lettermen. The visitors will be out to avenge two defeats against the Huskers last year with virtually me same squad against the sophomore-laden Scarlet. An outstanding match could develop at 147 pounds Detween the 'Cats highly-touted Joe Sonv nnd Nebraska sopho more Chuck Clatterbuck. Scay and Clatterbuck were both out lact vpnr with injuries and return this year at full strength. Clatter&ucK, a Ne braska prep champion, should give the Kansas state veter an a busy evening. Coach Bob Mancuso looks for victory over the invading Wildcats despite the Husker's lack of experience. Mancuso cited the many close matches at the Huskers' wrestling de but of the season at Terre Haute, Ind. last week. Bad Luck Mike Tillotson, wrestling at 167, probably had the worst luck at the Indiana. The tal ented sophomore was ahead by substantial margins in all three of his matches only to be pinned in the waning mo ments of each contest. On the bright side, senior Mike Nissen maintained his THE RIGHT RECIPE... makes the difference in life in surance just as it does in cook ing. The expert chef knows just What ingredients to add to pro duce a delicious dish, and tha expert life underwriter knows what is needed to produce a comprehensive life insuranca program. To help you discover the appropriate ingredients for your insurance, CML has pre. pared an informative booklet, HOW MUCH AND WHAT KIND? Write foryour free copy today. 1 JJ '" nt -i FRED E. BODIE, JR. Suite 707 Lincoln Building 432-3289 Connecticut Mutual Life INSURANCE COMPANY Tbe probing story of "Mountain" Rivera &idhisvi&!snL Icvg-starved world! Hi - S REQUIEM FOR A undefeated dual record and flashy sophomore Steve Wal enz matched Nissen's Indiana performance with two victor ies and a tie. Walenz's tie can go to his credit as he held Bill Hughes of Blooms burg, NIA second -place fin isher last year, to a stale mate. It might be noted that Walenz and Nissen were up a weight class from 115 to 124 and 123 to 130, respectively. Coach Mancuso did com ment that this year is pri marily a building year. "With this year's young team and a very good freshmen crop coming up, Nebraska should have a powerful team in the next several seasons." Gridder Busy Don McDermott, a sopho more wrestling at 191, pro vides an interesting sidelight. The husky grappler plays guard for the bowlbound Ne braska football team, as well as holding a starting berth on the wrestling squad. Don is presently splitting his time between wrestling and football practice and will be in New York for the Goth am Bowl when the wrestlers face Colorado School of Mines in their next competition on December 15. The Kansas State dual will feature the new scoring meth od for individual matches ap proved by the Big Eight coaches for conference meets. New System The new system, on a trial basis for the coming season, allows only one point for take downs, escapes, and reversals. Also, in a match involving a decision, two points are awarded to the competitor with superior riding time when the match ends. Final ly, six points will be awarded for a fall instead of the usu al five. "I think the new system will be interesting to watch, however, I personally believe that the takedown is worth more than one point. The rules have been adopted to put the emphasis on control wrestling and the pin so as to prepare collegiate wrestl ers for possible Olympic com petition," commented Mancuso. A:.L -I f f 7 1 i f ' I V t V- W'' f V'r"" ' ". 1 SfA r First Home Appearance Air Force Next Foe Tomorrow night will be the debut of Coach Jerry Bush's cagers on the home floor when the Huskers take on the Air Force Academy in the Coli seum. Tip-off time is 8:05 p.m. The Huskers return home after a win over Texas Tech and a loss to Houston. "I was real proud of the way the boys played on the road," Bush said. "Depth has hurt us but the boys have been working very hard and have a fine attitude. Starting for the Huskers will be Ivan Grupe (6-5) and Charley Jones (6-3) at the forwards; Bill Vincent (6-7) at center; and Daryl Petsch (6-5) and Earl Wright (6-0) at the guards. Wright, a sophomore, will be making his first start for the Scarlet and Cream. He is the fifth high scorer with a total of four points. A sophomore, Wright played his high school ball at North east where he was All-State, even though playing the post most of the time. Jones leads the Husker scorers with 38 points followed closely by Petsch's 35. Jones Is also the top re bounder, grabbing 21 from the boards. Grupe is second with lb. The Falscons are going to have a tough time matching last years fine record of 16-7. Back on Coach Bob Spear's team are 5-8 John Judd who averaged about 12 points per game last season. Deadline Today Today is the last day for intramural managers to check their basketball ros ters to be eligible for the All-University tournament. Monday is the deadline for Track entries. The entries may be turned in at the P.E. Building in Ed Hig ginbotham's office. Others veterans include Roger Zoeller, Parke Hlnman, Jim Diffendorfer and Roger Head. Head is 6-6 and tough off the boards, but he is the only Falcon over 6-2. Defense and ball handling are the Falcon strong points, but this may not be enough as last year's freshmen team was not a strong one. Air Force has never had a losing season. 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