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    The Daily Nebraskan
Monday, March 25 1963
Poge 4
NissQnn Wins N
CAA Tifle
Mike Nissen ended his col
lege wrestling career Satur
day night by winning a NCAA
title. Nissen won the 123
pound division of the thirty
third annual National Col
legiate Athletic Association
In an overtime bout, the
Husker athlete defeated Mike
Johnson of Pittsburg with a
pin in 1:55. The two grapp
lers had battled to a 6-6 tie
in regulation time.
The match was the second
straight overtime match for
Nissen. Nissen had advanced
to the finals with a semifinal
victory over Fred Powell of
Lock Haven State College.
They were deadlocked 3-3 in
regulation play but Nissen
edged Powell in the overtime,
In the quarterfinals Nissen
edged Albert Tapia of Kan
sas City, 6-5.
The championship was the
first national victory for a
Husker wrestler.
Nissen had gone undefeated
in dual matches during his
three years of college compe
tition and had barely been
beaten in the finals of the
Big Eight wrestling tourna
ment held at Norman earli
er this month.
Steve Walenz, the other
Husker entry in the national
meet was ousted in the tour-,
ney in the second round by
Bucky Maughn of Moorhead
State in an overtime dual.
Walenz took an opening round
victory over Jon Schrag of
Purdue, 7-3. Walenz wrestled
in the 115 pound class.
The two Huskers helped
pace Nebraska to a 13th place
finish, tying State College of
Iowa. The Husker's 16 points
placed them fourth among
Big Eight teams after finish
ing last in the conference
Three Big Eight teams fin
ished in the top five.
Oklahoma and Iowa State
finished 1-2 in the meet with
pre-meet favorite Oklahoma
State finishing back in fifth
place. The Sooners scored 48
points to edge the Cyclones
with 45 points.
Championship finals:
115 Pound Bucky Maurhan. Moor
head Slate, pirnifd Gil Sanchez. Colorado
State University. 8:11.
123 Mike Nissen, Nebraska, pinned M
Johnson, Iittsbureh. 1:55. 6-6 (overtime).
130 Mirkey Martin, Oklahoma, out
pointed Bob Douglas, West Liberty (W.
Va.;. 12-8.
137 Bill Dotson, State College of Iowa,
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MIKE NISSEN Nissen, a varsity wrestler, won the 123
pound class from Pitt wrestler Mike Johnson. It was Nissen's
second consecutive overtime in the NCAA championship
outpointed Tom Ruff, Iowa, $-5. 5-2
147 Mike Natvig, Army, outpointed Lo
nie Rubis, Minnesota, 6-2.
157j-Krk Pendleton. Lctiieh, outpointed
Phil Kinyon, Oklahoma State, 5-2.
167 Jim Harrison, Pittsburgh, outpoint
ed Steve Combs. Iowa, 3-2.
177 Dan Lahr, Colorado, outpointed
Harry Houska, Ohio University, 5-2.
11 Jack Barden, Michigan, outpointed
Wayne Baughman, Oklahoma, 4-2.
Heavyweight Jim Nancy, Syracuse, not
pointed Larry Kristofl, Southern Illinois,
Consolation Semifinals
115 Lowell Stewart, Iowa State, out
pointed Wally Curtis, Oklahoma, 3-3. 3-0,
130 Lew Kennedy, Minnesota outpoint
ed Ron Jones, Iowa State. 3-2.
137 Larry Bewley, Iowa State, pinned
Gary Wilcox, Michigan, 1:41, overtime.
147 Veryl Lnng, Iowa State, outpointed
Dave Gibson, Purdue, 3-2.
157 Virgil Carr, Iowa State, outpointed
Tim ay, Pittsburgh, 10-3.
1C7 Gordon Hassman, Iowa State, out
pointed Robert Hall, Bloomsburg. 2-0.
Consolation Third Place
115 Tom Balent, Penn State, outpointed
Stewart, 5-3.
1:17 Mike Harman. Navy, outpointed
Bewk-y, 3-1.
147 Long, won a referee's decision from
Dick Slutzky, Syracuse. 0-0 2-2 (overtime!.
157 Carr, outpointed Rahim Juvanma
UCLA, 7-6.
167 Hassman, outpointed Terry Isaac
son, Air Force, 2-1.
Consolation Fifth Place
ISO Jones, outpointed Pat Smartt, Le
high, 4-1.
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yin . .!L J UNiviasiTT or meiiaska Lincoln
March 25 AprU 6
1963-64 CONCERTS
Benny Goodman
Pilharmonia Hunparira
Roger Wagner Chorale
Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company
Tickets $8.50 Adults; $5.00 Students
M ember thip Available Only During Campaign.
Tickets For Single Concert Are ISot Available
Get at Pershing Auditorium Headquarters
Phone 432-0036
Golf Season
Starts April 4
Nebraska's golf team, min
us four lettermen who grad
uated, will open the season
against Creighton University
in Omaha, April 4.
Coach Harry Good retained
three lettermen from last
year's squad that had a 9-7-1
record. Stan Schrag, a t w o
year letterman, Bill Gunlicks
and Fred Sukup will provide
the nucleus for this year's
Among the newcomers to
the links this year are Jim
Baffico, varsity football cen
ter, and Ed Romjue. Nebras
ka City sophomore and broth
er of ex-Nebraska golfer Lar
ry Romjue.
Coach Good commented,
"We're under a handicap due
to the weather conditions, but
we'll try to start our qualify
ing rounds this week." Plans
call for first round qualifying
being completed by March 21
22, the second round by March
24 and two more rounds by
April 3.
The top qualifiers in these
r o un d s will open against
Good feels that the Okla
homa schools will be the
teams to beat in the Rig
Eight. Those teams, Okla
homa State and Oklahoma
finished 1-2 in the Conference
championship while Nebraska
finished last.
This is Good's third year as
Nebraska's golf coach. He
formerly served as the Scar
let head basketball mentor
for eight years until 1954.
Good came to Nebraska from
Indiana where he also served
as head basketball coach.
Ag Men Win Tourney
Ag Men Fraternity are the
Ag champion basketball team
for 1962-63. They won the
championship by defeating
Farmhouse Wednesday night
bv a score of 42-24.
Wherever 9u go yea took better hi
At test, somebody hzs buttoned down the perfect collar
Husker yearling Lynn Head
ley from Jamaica stole the
show at the first annual Ne
braska Track and Field Fed
eration meet Saturday by
winning the open 60-yard dash
in :06.2 and taking a c 1 o s e
second in the open 60-yard
high hurdles.
Headley beat out Clinton
Skinner of D o a n e n the
sprint. Skinner is the Nebras
ka College Conference champ
in this event. Earlier Head
ley placed in a eight-way tie
for second with a :06.S in the
Big Eight Postal conference.
Dick Peterson of Hastings
College won the 60-highs from
Headley in :07.6.
The Husker varsity team
pot together three relay
teams from men who wanted
to run. These same men won
all three relays sprint
medlev, two-mile and mile.
Jim" Murphy, Fred Wilke,
George O'Boyle and Ray Stev
ens won the sprint medley in
3:44.9. South Dakota placed
second and the NU frosh with
Dave Crook, Pete Mills,
Warren Wellensiek and Tuck
er Lillis were third.
Nebraska's varsity two-mile
relay squad of Mauro Altizio,
Larry Toothaker, Dick Strand
and Jim Wendt easily
polished off Doane and South
Dakota who took second and
third, respectively. The quar
tet's time was 8:03.9.
In the mile relay, varsity
runners Strand. O'Boyle, Mur
phy and Stevens won by sev
eral yards over the frosh
team composed of Crooks,
Mills, Wellensiek and Lillis.
Winning time was 3:27.4.
The Big Eight c h a m p s
came through in the mile, too.
Mauro Altizio and John Por
tee finished in a dead heat
for first in 4:26.2. Husker
frosh Warren Christensen was
In the open shot put, Larry7
Fisher from Fairbury com
peting unattached walked off
with the gold medal with a
toss of 51-3. Varsity heavy
weight Roland Johnson was
second with a toss of 50-5 and
frosh Jim Beltzer earned third
with a mark of 49-6. ;
Nebraska had no entries in
the open broad jump. Jim
Foster of Omaha competing
unattached won this event
with a 23-534 effort. Bill
Jones of Wesley was second
with 23-0,,4 and Denny Dau
of Midland placed third with
a 204.
Nearly 500 college and high
school athletes made the first
meet of the Nebraska Track
and Field Federation a suc
cess. 1
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GREAT POTENnAL-Nebraska's fresh- , last Saturday. Pictured are (front row
man tracksters have great potential as , from left): Darrell Roberts, Tucker Lillis,
illustrated by their fourth place finish in t Pete Mills, Pete Scott, Dave Stevens,
the Big Eight Postal Conference and in Second row from left: Lynn Headley,
their performance in the first annual Ne- Warren Wellensieck, Daw Crook. Bob
braska Track and Held Federation Meet Pollard, Warren Christensen, John Lyne.
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