The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 06, 1963, Page Page 6, Image 6

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Wednesday, February 6, 19(S
The Daily Nebraskon
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Trackmen Win illeef fc II !-
Nebraska's tracksters
handled their first assign
ment with ease by walloping
Wyoming and South Dakota
in a triangular last Saturday.
The Huskers racked up 95
points to 35 for Wyoming and
21 for South Dakota.
Nebraska won every event
except the 440-yard dash in
which they failed to place a
None of the Hoskers were
pushed hard in the contest.
The 1est performance of the
day was turned in by Mike
Fleming ia the 1000-yard ran.
The Baltimore senior span
the race n 2:18.8 jnst three
tenths of a second off the Sta
dium record.
Another stunning perform
ance came in the 63-yard low
hurdles with Nebraska tak
ing the first three places Ron
Moore won in :06.5 with Ray
Knaub and Fred Wilke nab
bing second and third res
pectively. Moore was Ne
braska's only double winner.
He also won the 60-yard highs
in .07.5.
Huskers Lose Tvio
Staff Sports Writer
Big Eight rivals Kansas
State and Icwa State kept
Nebraska's cagers in the con
ference cellar by defeating
the Huskers, 72 to 60 and 83
to 69.
In the most recent contest,
the Cyclones used a balanced
attack to jump to an early
12 to 2 lead and were never
headed. Four players hit
double figures, led by improv
ing center Rich Froistad who
garnered 21 points. Vinnie
Brewer and Marv Straw
shared the load with 19 points
each and Gary Kleven added
12 markers.
Ia the second half, Charlie
Joaes asd Bill Vincent
brought the Huskers within
nine points, but the hosts re
taliated with five straight
backets to pot victory out of
the wi&less invaders reach.
Transfer Jerry Spears
from Ohio State contributed
four points to the Husker
cause before suffering a
shoulder dislocation in the
second half. Spears, who was
expected to pep up Nebras
ka's mediocre offense, will
probably be out the rest of
the campaign with his injury.
Charlie Jones and D a r y 1
Petsch mustered IS and 17
points respectively as the
Huskers were successful on
only 35 per cent of their field
goal attempts.
In the other previous game,
Nebraska dropped a 72 to 60
verdict to Kansas State Satur
day night in Manhattan.
The Nebraska rs dominated
the boards bet not the score
board as flashy Willie Mw
reH qaarterharfced the Kan
saas past the Huskers ia the
last staeza. MwrreQ finished
with 17 points with support
from ex-Hebrea ace Al Pietb
ma a wb managed 14.
Bill Vincent. Charlie Jones,
and Dennie Puelz kept the
Sports Writers
Aeyooe who is interested ia
writing sports for the Daily
Nebraskaa please stop in
sometime this week and see
the Sports Editor. I would
like to bare some one
who is interested ia cov
ering intramural sports and
tennis. Please see me fa the
Daily NebrauLaa fSce or
leave a mote ta the Sports
Editor's desk.
VISIT US DAILY 9.29 to 5:30
THURSDAY 10 AJ. to 9 tM.
One of the most exciting . g HI
races of the dav was the mile yi s (
relay in which the Hus- $ !H m U
kers did some fancy run- J.. . X A .
aing. On the third lap it was j .T , . . ygT..2w f "AS2?v g
ep to sophomore Dick Strand ' p 5 f?I-w "jjs-s "!VV rt
to catch his man. Strand near- , v II 3 I "A
hr caught up with the South I 1 f .3. 1 L. f
Dakota runner this giving 1 If SS I I V f 1 1 I "Vi fOi
teammate Bffl Kemy the I Tt J is II If J I I LJ 5 If ! 1 l U a g
break he needed. .A-H- ,s fl ' IS LJ I 11 L d J! If
K Kenny caught the South Da- . H 11 ' I I I II I t 1? 3
kota runner and sped ahead VlTn Ji C l 1 J M j 1
to ensure the Huskers a vie- r I -s-" s N V r ; Vr--V 1
tory in this event. The clock- . ! 11 I j : iN-" S
ing was 3:29.5. Ste-e Pfister I I J J Is p
led off for Nebraska and p rr 1 ll I I i : j j I 1 E , ? I
George O'Boyle ran the sec- J -) I I I I Ji'i l U s I j
I Othr winners: ' I I H 1 "'" I . -L H . 1
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rwtt mi Jris Jsifs. JWa,
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W-!rat na Gfl Crbo, Nfteaska.
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contest close in the first
half, but Murrell and his
mates outran the Scarlet and
Cream in the second half.
Vincent paced the invaders
with 17 points and Ivan
Grupe grabbed 12 rebounds to $
lead good play off the boards ;
for Nebraska.
The twin loss left Nebraska ,
at the bottom of the Big
Eight standings with no wins
and five defeats. Iowa State
took sole possession of second
place with a 6-2 record and i
Kansas State added Missouri ;
to their win column and now :
sport a third place standing
ii with no wins and five de-1
feats. Iowa State took sole!
possess k)H of second place
wish a 6-2 record and Kansas
State added Missouri to their j
win column and now sport a
third place standing with 4
wins and 2 defeats.
The Nebraska freshman
team also tasted defeat, suf
fering a 77 to 66 setback at:
the hands of the Iowa State i
yearlings at Ames on Satur
day. State's Dave Fleming led
the hosts with 21 points to
! lead the other starters who all
i hit double figures. Husker
frosh Coley Webb took in
dividual honors, however,
meshing 27 points that in
cluded 12 baskets.
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ttut imdswe. critical analjisis- i
X. B- riieMly : RemMnfecciKes about
0se auttoor's service in Worid War I
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Extra ty Arcliiibaid CofQulioun
ArcMbaM Umdjtith : On hatred exftSv
ited in racnri oanfhcts
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Wntteam Peeptes
The powsuit of ecd
teince is Hie eweryilay
too of re Atfe.ratc"s
exiMtors be it in Uc
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Of prose. In ever
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Miose in pursuit of
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ning companion.
Get your copy today.
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11 I ATT f.
Kansas Stare Swims
Against Old Opponents "
Kansas State swimmers ap
pear to be much stronger this
. 1 T ..maw
season man iaM.
the Wildcat tankers had to
droD their" schedule !ecause
of scholastic failings and ack
of interest.
They were represented at
the Big Eight meet in Ames
by two men a freestyler
and a diver, of w hic'i neither
This year enough interest
has been shown to permit a
schedule. To date they havet
entered the water against
cross-state rivals Kansas Uni
versity and Pittsburgh State
College. They have also had
a dual with Big Eight rival
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wistful, delirious,
fester father to birds,
imitator of
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America's favorite
pup is back as the
conquering hero
Chsrles M. Sctislz
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for your Va5nlasJ
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In case you missed
the Bridal Tea on
February 6 at 4:30
p.m. in the Tea
room, be sure to
come to the Bridal
Show on February
7 at 6:00 p.m. in
the Tea Room.
Two Convenient Locations
City Campus: Basement of Nebraska Union
Ag Campus:
Basement of Food and Nutrition Building
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