The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 18, 1963, Page Page 4, Image 4
.f'l.fto 5age 4 i t. " the Daily Nebroskan ' ;. J ? ' rMon.day, March 18, 1963 1 1'" Gymfiasftf pros 1 u IT Avery I Beats Sig Alphs InSemi-Finals Defending champion Navy ROTC has again won the All University Intramural Cham pionship by defeating Avery I 53 to 48 Saturday afternoon on the Varsity court. The crowd of several thou sand state tournament bas ketball fans saw the Middies lead at every quarter mark during the champi 0 n s h i p game between sessions of the high-school tournament fin als. Jim Davis sparked Navy with 17 points while Don Scha fer, Larry Effken, and Dick Brennlng added nine, eight, and seven respectively. Ted Vactor led Avery with 11 points with Bob Harms and Dallas Dyer each contributing ten. Navy's superior field-goal shooung was just too much for Avery, which made twice as many free throws in twice as many attempts as Navy, Navy hit 7 of 16, and Avery made 14 of 32. Seore by quartern NROTC 16 IS Aeery I 12 15 11 10-48 The gallant Avery I quintet earned a try for the cham pionship by edging Sigma Alpha Epsilon A, the Fra ternity "A" champion, 62 to 60 in sudden death overtime Friday at the Coliseum. Avery led 30 to 29 at the half, but the score stood 58 to 58 at the end of regulation time. Each team scored two points during the ensuing three-minute overtime period. Then, since the starting time for the high-school Class A semifinals was rapidly ap proaching, the next overtime ' period was a sudden-death period. The game would end when one team led by two points. Bill Haug coolly sank two foul shots to end the con test 62 to 60 in Avery's favor. Three men scored in double figures in the winners' bal anced attack. Bob Harms Omaha Tech Wins State Title As High Schools Invade NU Five records toDDled over the weekend at Nebraska's basketball best during the State high school tournament. Omaha Tech used its ex plosive offense to bury Creighton Prep 91 to 73 for the Class A Championship Saturday to cap the thrill filled carnival. Fred Eare, the Trojan's sterling All-State nerformer. led a solid team effort that crushed the Bine Jays. Hare finished the contest with 31 points and 16 rebounds. This performance, coupled witn a record 35 points against Columbus Fndav night and 22 against Hastings gave the Tech handyman 88 points for the tournament and another individual rec ord. Hare and Wally Anderzun as of Prep had been dualing for scoring records earlier in the tournament. Anderzunas had scored 33 points against North Platte to top Hare's record of last year against Lincoln Northeast in the fi nals. The Tech ace then topped the Prep tall boy against Columbus. Anderzun as could manage only ten agaiart Hare and The Tro jans Saturday night. Tb game proved to be an offensive record-breaker in every respect. Tech's win ning total of 91, Prep's los ing total of 73, and the team aggregate of 164 all rewrote old standards. A mountain of personal fouls charged against Prep in a closely-called game made the difference in the first half. The Jays collected eight fouls in the first quarter; that was the pattern of the game as Tech converted 35 of 43 attempts from the line to off set their rivals 33 to 28 su periority from the field. Anderzunas, the Jay's 6-7 center, collected four fouls before the half was over and skot PLAYOFFDuke Papas tallied two points in this side shot in the Avery I-Sigma Alpha Epsilon semi-final battle. Rill Haug, the Avery I ace who provided the winning margin for Avery, looks on. paced the team with 16 points. Henry Woods tallied 14 and Dallas Dyer 10. The game's two highest scorers were on the Sig Alphs team. Ernie Bonistall scored 24 points and Bill Johnson, 17. Cold free-throw shooting nearly spelled Avery's down fall, as they made only 8 of 23 attempts. Sigma Alpha Ep silon made 12 free throws in the same number of attempts. Tim Pugh, tough rebounder for the losers, fouled out be fore intermission. Bob Becker's jumper gave Prep its last lead at 19 to 9 with three minutes left in the first quarter. Then Hare drew a foul from Anderzun as, converted his free throw, and set Dick Lerdahl up. with a three-point play under the basket. The Tech team effort was perhaps the final kiss of death for Prep, who lost two of three to the Trojans dur ing the season. Joe Williams, the second man in the usual Tech scoring duo with Hare, got 23 points while Lerdahl came through with 16. Harold Crowe and Jerry Mosser, the Trojan's guard combination, showed excel lent floor play. Crowe made all three of his floor at tempts and Mosser set up Hare on numerous occasions with a dazzling display of ball handling. The Class A final was in sharp contrast to the other championship contests. All three were close and decided by five points or less. The Class D finals saw Herman take a shaky lead into the final quarter and drop the contest to a scrappy DeWitt squad. DeWitt's Jim Holtmeier led the Panthers. He tallied 19 points for game HALE'S BARBER SHOP 33rd fir HCLDREGE THREE BARBERS TO SERVE YOU Where You Get The Bent For Lest HAIR CUT 1.25 "IT PAYS TO LOOK YOUR BEST" I I s .. A: i!Sii. ',f:-- - fit vk Sigma Phi Epsilon C, the All-Fraternity "C" champion, edged Phi Kappa Psi-B, the Fraternity -"B" champion, 59 to 56 in Thursday Coliseum play. A twelve-point halftime deficit was too much for the Phi Psis to make up as they pulled within six after three quarters and tied the score in the fourth quarter but couldn't win. Four players scored in dou ble figures for the winners honors and played well with four personals throughout the last half. It was Utica's good balance and height against Gibbon's towering soft shot artist. Kurt Lauer, in the Class C finale. After trailing at the end of the first quarter, Gib bon utilized Lauer's abilities to gain consistent ten and eight point leads in the last half. The spunky Utica team ral lied and went ahead 59-57 on John Hladky's shot with two seconds to go. Gibbon's ball hawking guard Glen Skeen threw the ball the length ofj the court to Lauer in a des-' peration attempt, but Lauer's ' shot fell short. Lauer drilled 46 points to tie his own game record for all classes and totaled 105 points for three games to break the all class record. He made twenty field goals and . converted 6 of 10 free throws. Falls City annexed the Class B title with a g o o d example of consistent play. Minden was the victim, 56 to 51. Ernie Strasil showed an accurate outside shot and led the Tigers with 21 points. Read Nebraskan Want Ads s .'.-a; ,? t and accounted for all but three of their points. Gene Adams hit 17 points, followed by Tom Kilzer, Ron Adams, and Dick Benter with 15, 14 and 10 respectively. Greg Hedberg of Phi Kappa Psi was high scorer for the game with 20 points. Jack Larson added 13. Nine of Lar son's points were in the third period with Hedberg getting seven of his during that stan za. Seore br auarten: Slirnia Phi Emilon-C 1.1 t 11 tt 5 I'M Kim Pii-B .13 10 17 U I IVUflieCJ Champions Gymnast Dennie Albers led the'Husker gymnastics squad to a second straight Central G y m n a sties Championship crown at Mankato, Minn.', this past weekend. The Husker squad romped to the team championship, to taling 236 points to runner up Colorado's 91 points. Host Mankato was third with 69 points followed by Iowa State, 55 points, and Fort Hays (Kans.) with 47 points. Albers retained his all around championship earning 516.5 points in six events. He placed first in free exercise, side horse, horizontal bar, parallel bars and long horse, and was third in the still rings event. Francis Allen was second in the all-around championship, scoring 486.25 points. Husker Jim Howard placed fourth in the all-around scoring with 455.75 points. Allen was second in the hor izontal bars, long horse, parr allel bars, and the tumbling event. He placed third in the Kansas and Frank Deramus free exercise and the side j and Art Younger of Okla horse. homa tied the rerwri in thu 1 Jim Selby of Iowa State won the trampoline event while Dave Wordell of Colorado won the still rings 'event: These were the only first places gar nered by other teams. The Huskers finished first in all other events. The next meet for the Husk er gymnasts will be the NCAA meet to be held at Pittsburgh, Penn., March 28-29-30.r; Results: Four exercise 1, Dennis Albert, Ne braska; 2, Bob Devinny, Mankato; 3, Francis Allen. Nebraska. Trampoline!. Jim Selhy. Iowa State; 2. Albera, Nebraska; 3, Bub Schroads, Colorado. Side horse 1. Gene Hart, Nebraska; 2, Albera. Nebraska; 3, Allen, Nebraska. Horizontal bar 1, Albers, Nebraska; 2. Allen, Nebraska; 3, Deviniu', Maneato. Lone horse 1, Albera, Nebraska: 2, Allen, Nebraska; 3, Devinny, Ne braska. Parallel bars 1, Albers. Nebraska; 2, Allen, Nebraska; 3, Ken Wicfers, Iowa State. StU rings 1, Dave Wordell, Colorado: 2, Tom Jenkins, Colorado; 3, Albera, Ne braska. Tumbling 1. Albera. Nebraska: 2. Allen. Nebraska; 3, Billy Holmes. Fort Hays, Kans. Frosh Baseball Meet There will be a meeting of all . freshmen baseball candi dates tonight at 7 p.m. in the Fieldhouse. Head coach Tony Sharpe and freshman coach Bob Gates will be present at the meeting. WMM TOT 4 Pi)1- - Flavor! Full flavor in a filter cigarette. That's why Winston is America's best-selling filter cigarette! Next time, smoke Winston. pure white, : modern filter ! ( ti? 111. 'u hi. plus FILTER- BLEND up front Mice a tgfaretie liiildl Big 8 Postal Win Over OU Huskers Finish In Fourth Place By TERRY ANDERSON Oklahoma State freshmen finished well ahead of t h e field in the annual Big Eight postal indoor track meet with 62 points. Oklahoma was runner-up with 434 points. Husker freshmen finished in fourth place with 23-134 points behind third place Kansas University with 30 1-3 points. Oklahoma State set three new freshman postal records in the meet, scoring record victories in the 440-yard dash the 1000-yard run, and the mile relay. Oklahoma and Kansas ac counted for the other two re cord r rformances. Sprinters Bob Hanson of 1 60-yard dash in .06.2 seconds. I ! Oklahoma polevaulter Jim Farrell established the other meet record climbing to 11' 1V2." Dave Perry, quarter-miler from Oklahoma State sprinted to a new. record in that dis tance with a time of :49.2 seconds. Later he came back to team with Raymond B 0 1 h- well, Don Morris, and Arnold Droke to claim mile relay record for the Oklahoma Cowboys with a 3:18.7 clock ing. Cowboy middle-distance ace Tom Von Ruden ran to a 2:15 clocking in the 1,000-yard run setting a new freshman record in the process. Husker tracksters could muster no better than second place finishes in any of the events. The Huskers yearl ings were led by middle-distance men Dave Crook, Lill is Tucker, and Pete Scott. Tucker and Crook finished two-three in the 600-yard run with times of 1:13.1 and 1:13 .2. Dave Perry of OSU won If OM 1 ; ) B. i. Btrfloldi lT - J-Tl a time of Scott and Tucker finished two-three in the 880-yard dash with clockings of 1:57.4 and 1:57.5 respectively. Again Perry won the event with a time of 1:57.6. Coming back in the 100 yard run Huskers Crook and Perry could muster nc bet ter than a five-six finish with times of 2:l'.l for both of them. Sprinter Lynn Headley of Nebraska was in an eight way tie for second place in the 60-yard dash with a time of :06.3 seconds. Headley then came back in both hurdle races to finish in a three tie for fourth in the lows with a :07.2 clocking. In the highs Headley scored a third place finish with a time of .07.6. The event was won by Gary Po er of OSU and Art Youn?er of OU with times of (07.5 seconds. Oklahoma State claimed seven first places with Dave Perry picking up th-ee of them and running a leg on a fourth first place. OSU scored a slam in the 440. picking up the first four places in the event. Distance ace Tom Von Ru den picked up two firsts for the Cowboys in the 100-yard run and in the mile event. Results fiO-yard dash Bob Hanson, KU; Frank Deramus, Art Younger, OU, T. :0ti.2 0-yard low hurdles Art Younger, OU. T. :06.9 50-yard high hurdles Gary Power, OSU, T. :07.5 44-yiard dash Dave Perry, OSU, T :49.2 (New meet record) 1 nM5"1"1 run Dave Perry. OSU, T. Rso-yard run Dave Perry, OSU, 1:56.7 T. 1000-yard run Tom Von Ruden, OSU. T. 2:15.0 (New meet record) Mile run Tom Von Ruden, OSU, T. 4:20.9 Two-mile run John Lawsnn, KU. T 9:33.0 FIELD EVENTS: Pole Vault Jim Farrell, OU, 1SV4 IV1 (New meet record) Shot Put Gene Crews. MU, 55" W High Jump Byron Johnston, ISU, 6' 4Vi" ... Broad Jump Vlnee Johnson, OU, 23'6" BELAYS: Mile Relay Oklahoma State (Perrv, Ray Bothwell, Don Morris. Arnold Droke) (New meet record with lime ot 3:18.7). Ttbiew emptor, Wlflttallia, K. & the event with 1:12.4.