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The Daily Nebraskan
-Friday, January 10, 1964
From The Stick
by rick okin
Though the big man is dominating the bounce-ball
game these days, in the Big Eight there are some pretty
dynamic so-called short men.
Missouri, which visits the Coliseum Saturday, has prob
ably the best combination. Bob Price (6-1) and Gary
Garner (5-11) team in the backcourt and propelled the Ti
gers to third place in. the recent conference tournament
at Kansas City.
Of course, the big gun was -7 Ray Bob Carey who
bagged his share, but the Price-Garner duo gunned home
a bundle when the defense sagged In on Carey. Watch
their speed and ball handling tomorrow night.
For the tournament champion Kansas State, Max
Moss (6-0) and Sammy Robinson (6-0) give the Wildcats
excellent ball handling and drive.
Robinson led K-State from the woods in the tourna
ment finals against Oklahoma State. As the Cowboys
played a loose defense outside in hopes of stopping 7-0
Roger Suttner and exciting 6-6 Willie Murrell, Robinson
stayed outside and potted 14 points to keep Kansas State
in the lead. And he's only a sophomore.
For Oklahoma State, a 58-55 loser in the finals, there's
Larry Hawk. Now to look at this 6-footer, you'd think he
was the ball boy he looks young, man.
But on the court, he's something else again. Hawk
keeps the Pokes moving, steals that ball when you least
expect it, and scores his share from, the outside.
Murrell showed the most at Kansas City, however. He
scored 30 against Nebraska in the opening game, 27
against Missouri in the semifinal before tapering off to
16 in the finals. That's 73 if you add it up.
But as a enjoyer of good defensive basketbal, Mur
rell's effort in the finals took the prize.
Coach Tex Winter had his boys in a zone with Mur
rell the deep man under the basket. That's where James
King of the Cowboys sets up on offense, and he's their top
To make a long story short, King got off no shots in
the first half and just four in the second, mainly because
Murrell was right with him. Kansas State beat Oklahoma
State at its own game defense.
Viewing the Big Eight tournament were a coupe of
Huskers who left their marks in the football stadium and
Warren Powers, who played some fine fullback for
Coach Bob Devaney in 1962, was in attendance. Now
with the Oakland Raider defensive unit Powers is waiting
it out until going into the Army.
Moving up to the Raiders after spending the early
part of the season on the taxi squad, Powers played some
fine defensive halfback for surprising Oakland.
The Raiders didn't win the title, "but if we hadn't
lost those first four games, we would have done all right,"
Spending his vacation from Northwestern in Kansas
City was Ivan Grupe, the Byron strongboy who toiled for
the basketball team for three lettering years.
Grupe is helping Coach Joe Cipriano with the recruit
ing in the Chicago area. And doing quite a job. "I've
never known a former player to be of so much help,"
I've never had any runins with Ed Higgenbottom. the
intramural director. But he runs a pretty fair country in
tramural program. And if he gives you IM managers an
inch they'll take a mile. So cut the gripes.
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Paced by junior letterman
Keefe Lodwig of Omaha, Ne
braska's swimming team de
feated Washington University
of St. Louis 53 to 42 over
Christmas vacation and will
face a strong freshman team
a week from today at 7:30
Nebraska had trailed Wash
ington with two events to go,
but sophomore Mike Jackson
and junior Charlie Flansburg
finished first and second in
the 200-yard breast stroke to
put the Huskers in front.
Sophomores Dave Olson, Tom
Nickerson, and Ron Gabriel
son teamed with anchorman
Lodwig to win the 400-yard
Nebraska's freshman team
of 14 men features Jon Bur
chill, sophomore transfer
from the University of Indi
ana, perennial Big Ten swim
ming power, Dave Lindbergh
of Omaha, 1963 champion in
the state 400-yard freestyle,
and state swimming champion
Lincoln Southeast standouts
Dick Frank, Dale Parker,
and Ken Miller.
Lodwig, the high varsity
scorer, is one of nine juniors
on the varsity. Twelve of the
remaining fifteen are soph
omores, which will provide a
very strong nucleus for next
Since the varsity outnum
bers the freshmen 24 to 14,
Coach Dick Klaas has limited
lettermen to competition in
one event and non-lettermen
to one event and a relay.
Freshmen may swim the nor
mal three events and a relay.
Nebraska 51. Washington V. 41
400-yard medley relay 1) Dav Frank.
Mike Jackson, BUI Fowles, Doug Cotner
200-yard freestyle 1) Dav. Olson; (4)
Mike Waldran T 1:00.5
50-yard freestyle 1 Keefe Lodwig; (3)
Ron Gabnelson T 22 9 (new varsity rec
ord; beats old record of 23 seconds by
Jeff Amsler in 13
200-yard Individual medltv J) Frank;
J) Bob Fracn T 1:15.1
Diving- (l) Terry Tree
300-yard butterfly Fowles; (At Gayle
100-yard freestyle (I) Tom Nickerson:
(4) Pete Crancer T SI.
100-yard backstroke (3) Frank; (4) Dick
Schmidt T 3:17
SCO-yard freestyle (1) Lodwig; (3) Tay
lor Withrow T-5:54.
100-yard breast stroke (1 Jackson; (1)
Charlie Flansburg T 1:14.1
400-yard freestyle relay (1) Olson. Nick
arson, Gabrtelson. Lodwig T 3:30.3
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Cage Team Eyes Tigers
Next Dual Friday
Lincoln sophomore Rick
Allgood will captain the Ne
braska wrestling team Fri
day when the Cornhusker
matmen host Kansas State
College at the Coliseum.
The meet will start at 7:30
Allgood recently finished
third in the Great Plains
Tournament held in Lincoln
and he is 1-0 in dual com
petition. Other Huskers in the un
beaten ranks are junior
Steve Walenz and sopho
more Dennis Kendall.
Coach Bob Mancuso's
wrestlers will be shooting
for their first team victory
of the season after losing
December duals to Kansas
State University and North
Phil McCaffrey Sophomore 1-1
Hvyt. Art Raschke
I GUESS SOMESOWS
Enthusiasm rekindled by a
surprise 55-52 victory over the
Iowa State Cyclones in the Big
8 opener, Nebraska's basket
ball team will attempt to stay
atop the loop standings against
Missouri Saturday night.
Once again Coach Joe Cipri
ano's Cornhuskers will be un
derdogs, but they'll be play
ing on the friendly NU Coii-
seum floor a bounce-ball div
idend through the years.
uame time is 8:05 p.m.,
with Coach Bob Gates' Hus
ker Frosh meeting McCook
Junior College at 5:45 p.m.
Cipriano will open with the
quintet which produced the
key action in the nine-game
losing string snapped at Iowa
Jerry Spears, a 6-6 wheel
horse who tallied eight points
and grabbed eight much-needed
rebounds, will get the call
at center. Leading scorer
Harold Cebrun and soph Grant
Simmons will man the guards,
while 6-5 junior Joel Kortus
and veteran Charlie Jones
will be at the forwards.
Kortus sunk two last-minute
free throws to ice the open
ing Big 8 victory for rookie
Nebraska is now 2-9 for the
season and 1-0 in conference -play.
Coach Bob Vanatta's
Tigers also share top billing
in early Big 8 going with a
1-0 mark. - . .
Starting for the 7-3 Tigers
will probably be Jeorge Fla
mank (6-5) and Ned Monsees
(6-4) at the forwards, Ray
Bob Carey (6-7) at center, and
Bob Price (6-2), and Gary,
Garner (5-11) at the guards.
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Harold Cbrun 10
Grant Simmons 11
Jim Yates 11
Daryl Peisch 10
Bob Antulo 11
Odes- We. 10
Joel Kortus 10
Neil Nannea . Ill
Jerry Spears 10
Al Reiners s
Denney Puelz 2
Neb. Total 11
Opp. Tot 11
BASKETBALL STATISTIC (After 11 GameO
G FG-FGA Frl. FT FT A Prt. KB PF
11 64-145 .441 , 1723 .73 7B 24
10 Sit-If .3.01 3-10 jol) 20 15
11 35-88 .)' 21-34 .(.IS 44 35
11 33-100 .3.13 13-24 .542 47
10 3M4 4..S 11-16 .MIS 24 16
21-S4 .32S K. .513 63 34
16-41 .3 11-1 .611 33 13
12-26 4T2 9-l .SftO 20 24
9-34 .265 12-24 .5(0 28 20
S-31 .IM 7- .778 25 18
412 jai S-10 .500 I 9
M .250 6-0 .( 0 1
297-7) .37 127-222 .572 466 247
2S9-7U .41 20-i43 jm 505 IBS
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