The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 10, 1963, Page Page 4, Image 4
H Page 4 the Daily Nebraskan Thursday January 10, 1963 If 11 S ft .1. if J; '-5 Wildcats To Host Saturday Big Obstacle Set for NU Nebraska cage 'teams will carry a 5-7 season mark into their second Big Eight outing when they travel to Manhat tough Wildcat team. The Huskers have not won on the Manhattan courts since 1943 when the Scarlet posted a 41-32 win under the late coach A. J. Lewandowski. The Wildcats finished sec ond to Kansas in the holiday Big Eight tournament in Kan sas City losing to the Jay hawks in the fourth overtime. The 'Cats post a 5-6 season' mark with many of their set backs coming from powerful non-conference foes. The last Husker win over K-State was in 1960 when Ne braska notched a 70-60 upset over the Wildcats at Lincoln. The overall series stands at 59 wins for Kansas State compared to 44 for the Husk ers. Nebraska will go into the game fresh from a 75-47 set back by Colorado Monday night. This will be the second Big Eight appearance for the Huskers and the first for the Wildcats. The Staters stopped A i r Force Academy Monday night 58-42. Roger Suttner, 7-foot center, proved to be the big gun against the Falcons as he hit 18 points, nine of them in a second half surge in 12 minutes. Nebraska will face Suttner, Willie Murrell, junior college transfer and Gary Marriott in the K-State front line. Coach Tex Winter may start two Nebraskans, as he did against Air Force at guards. Al Peith man of Hebron and Jerry Johnson of North Platte re ceived starting nods against the Falcons. Coach Jerry Bush will counter with Ivan Grupe and Charlie Jones at forwards. Bill Vincent at center; Earl Wright and Daryl Petsch, leading Husker scorer, will start at guards. Vincent's 15 points against Colorado moved the 6-7 Husk er junior into third place among Nebraska scorers. Petsch still holds the reins on the scoring lead with 176 points in 12 games for a 14.7 average. NEBRASKAN WANT ADS D. Petsch Week's 'Star' After Big Eight Tourney By AL SPORE Staff Sports Writer Daryl Petsch, 6-5, 210 pound Husker eager has been select ed as the Nebraskan 'Star of the Week' for his efforts in the Big Eight tournament in Kansas City during vacation. The junior letterman from Marysville, Kansas, ranked sixth in scoring in the tourney with 53 points in three games. Petsch, who is the top Husk er scorer this year, suffered a poor evening and team showing last Monday night as the Scarlet took a 75-47 drub bing at the hands of Colorado. The star forward-guard de scribed the Kansas City Big Eight tourney as "good, es pecially the final game with which saw Kansas and K-State battling through four over times." Eyeing the Big Eight, Petsch found the teams to be weaker with the squads show ing more balance than last year. Commenting on his versa tile role as forward and guard the Nebraskan 'star' stated, "I would rather play forward 7f 'it. . 1 ) J ' ' f ''''' m L PERSONAL ORGY Gazoraky Is having an Orgy at the Theta Xi house this Saturday night 9-12 with the Strollers. ". . . but who is Gazoraky?" "Hall is the lowest and vilest man I know. George Lincoln Rockwell quoted in Dec. 8, 1962 Saturday Evening Post. Hear Gordon Hall speaking on "Patrio tism On the Far Right" at the Unitar ian Church, 6300 'A' Street, Sunday evening, 8 p.m. student admission, 25c. I've been to the zoo. Meet me at temple building Jan. 13 and 14 at 7:30 p.m. to hear all about it. WANTED Talented scout-buller. Prefer rigid man, mostly bald, with ability to dance the Viennese Waltz. Should be draft expert and be able to read blueprints. Know ledge of bird calls helpful. HOUSE FOR RENT 1712 North 29th, small four room and Basement. Unfurnished. Vacant. Handy bath. Modern gas. 220 wiring, antenna, location west of Kellogg Center. Even ings, 66-5314. CARS FOR SALE 1940 Ford Sedan. 49,000 actual miles. Showroom condition inside and out. '56 Chevy engine. Call Tom Fitchttt 432-4763. $600. ROOMERS WANTED Need a room for second semester? Male students try Trenton House, 331 N. 13th 432-9143. LOST AND FOUND A girl's silver I.D. bracelet with the name "Shirley" engraved on the front. The links are leaves and it Is very pretty. Reward. Room 2201-Heppner. APARTMENT FOR RENT Nice furnished basement apartment. Pri vate entrance, bath. Washer-dryer. Lim ited cooking facilities. $50 for one, too for two. Daytime call 466-2367, ext. 13, evenings 488-6901. "PATRIOTISM ON THE EXTREME RIGHT" A public lecture by Gor don Hall, authority on right wing extremists. UNITARIAN CHURCH 6300 'A' Street Sunday evening, January 13 8 p.m. student admission 25e PETSCH 'Star' after fine tournament performance Husker Scoring Player G FGA FG Prt. FT A FT Pet. Reb. Pf TP Avg. Petsch 12 149 69 .463 55 38 .691 55 20 176 14.7 Jones 12 138 59 .428 61 35 . 574 107 24 153 12.8 Vincent 12 168 59 .351 40 29 .725 85 42 147 12 3 Grupe 12 - 103 53 .515 48 39 .813 93 48 145 12 1 Bornschlegl 8 35 12 .343 1(1 5 .500 23 10 29 3.6 Nannen 12 30 11 .367 18 3 .167 26 31 25 2.1 WriRht 12 26 10 .385 4 1 .250 19 13 21 1.8 Puelz 11 14 5 .357 15 9 .6H0 11 9 19 1.7 Koftus 11 19 2 .105 4 3 .750 10 13 7 0 6 Huge 3 8 1 .125 6 4 .667 6 1 6 2 0 Wall 7 12 1 .083 5 3 .600 2 3 5 0.7 Team rebounds . .. 82 Totals 12 702 282 .402 266 169 .635 519 214 733 61.1 Opp Totals 12 687 291 .424 292 197 .673 492 204 779 64.9 Season's Record Neb. Neb. Neb. 68 Texas Tech 66 54 Denver 63 68 Iowa State 82 61 Houston 68 72 Miami (O.) 69 47 Colorado 5(1 43 Air Force 39 49 I'SC 58 93 Oklahoma 80 78 St. Col. of Iowa 59 53 USC 55 47 Colorado 75 because I'm more used to it. When I play forward I have a little more speed opposed to playing against the small er, faster guys." Looking to the Husker fu ture in the hardwood sport Petsch felt that Nebraska should be better than this year. "We only lose one man (Ivan Grupe) and we have some very good freshmen," Petsch pointed out. Petsch earned All-S t a t e honors at Kansas his senior year while his team took the State Class-A championship. Daryl's best performances were in the Oklahoma and Oklahoma State games in which he scored IS and 24 points, respectively. In the Ok.-State game Petsch sunk the winning basket with three seconds left in the game. Petsch described Nolan El lison of Kansas University as the best player he has faced. 1""""" " ' mmme Lmifc 3 DICK VAN SICKLE veteran Nebraska grap pler under Coach Bob Mancuso. Friday night the grapplers take on Manko to State College in t h e Coliseum at 7:30 p.m. Weightlifting Team Scores Sigma Alpha Epsilon 10 Points Ag Men 20 Points Delta Sigma Pi ....18 Points Cornhusker Coop ..20 Points Phi Kappa Psi 8 Points Alpha Tau Omega. . . .1 Point Delta Tau Delta .... 10 Points At the conclusion of a sec ond weightlifting contest to be held the second semester 1962-63, a trophy will be awarded to the house with the most points accumulated during both contests. Tonight's Games Ag College 6:30 Pi Kappa Phi-A vs. Brown Palace-A 7:30 Sigma Alpha Epsilon-C vs. Kappa Sigma II-C 8:30 Farm House-B vs. Ag Men-B P. E. Ct. 1 5:00 Geography vs. Play Boys 6:30 Air Force, ROTC vs. Phi Epsilon Kappa 7:30 Sigma Nu-C vs. Phi Kappa Psi-C 8:30 Misfits vs. Renegades P. E. Ct. 2 5:00 Law College vs. Pharmacy College 6:30 Navy, ROTC vs. Newman Club 7:30 Delta Upsilon-C vs. Sigma Phi Epsilon-C 8:30 Dolts vs. Jay Ce'ers Varsity Ct. 6:30 Alpha Tau Omega-B vs. Theta Xi-B 7:30 Phi Kappa Psi-B vs. Delta Tau Delta-B 8:30 Kappa Sigma-B vs. Beta Theta Pi-B Frosh Ct. 6:30 Delta Sigma Pi-B vs. Sigma Phi Epsilon-B 7:30 Sigma Nu-B vs. Phi Delta Theta-B 8:30 Sigma Alpha Epsilon-B vs. Delta Upsilon-B From the Stick By RICK AKIN Sports Editor As soon as finals are over the winter sports will shift into high gear, and it looks like a mediocre season is ahead, somewhat of a letdown after the fine football season. From this corner it looks as though everyone is ex pecting the rest of the Cornhusker teams to pull up surges like the gridders did during the last campaign. But it is not in the offing and everyone should get behind the other teams as was done during the football campaign. The swimming team is Improved with the addition of sophomores like Keith Lodwig. The mermen have al ready crossed one hurdle this year by outchurning Iowa, the first time Husker swimmers have slapped a Big Ten team. The wrestling team Is still a year away as it has some fine freshmen who will wait in the wings until next year. The gymnastics team has been hurt by the loss of Louie Burkel, but soph Jim Howard may take up some of the slack. As seen already this season, the bas ketball team is headed for a black year even though the Big Eight race may turn into a real barnburner. Colorado appears to be the power house even though it was knocked off bv Kansas in the opening round of the tournament, but the Buffs turned around and slaughtered Jayhawks, 70-53, a week later. Kansas State, although having early season trobles, should grab the second spot but will be harrassed by a number of teams. The next three spots will be a dog fight between Iowa State, Kansas and Oklahoma State. Nebraska, Oklahoma and Missouri will battle it out for the last three spots. 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