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The Daily Nebraskan
Monday, February 22, 1965
Huskers Win On The Road
Cipriano Crew
By James Pearse
It was a sticky Nebraska
defensive press and spirited
shooting from Fred Hare as
ho came off the bench in the
second half that charac
terized a 69-65 Husker victory
fit lowa State Saturday night
With Joe Cipriano a g a i
starting the contingent
Campbell, Spears, Web
Branch, and Simmons, Ne
braska jumped to an early
13-5 lead. Campbell hit three
field goals in these opening
moments, while the press em
ployed by this group again
proved its worth as it forced
J1SU out of their offensive
Jerry Spears did another
fine job on the boards which
in part enabled the Huskers
to work their control offense
to a 32-26 Intermission ad
vantage. Grant Simmons continued
to add to his string of steady
performances highlighted by
a strong scoring punch. He
finished the night as team
leader with 18 points.
After the half time break,
Cyclone star Bob Ziegler
broke from the Husker de
fense that had corraled him
during the first twenty minutes.
Along with Al Koch, Zieg
ler brought Iowa State to a
44-44 tie nearing the mid point
of the second half. A f r e e
throw by the 6'2" guard from
Laurens, Iowa, put ISUontop
for the first time Saturday
Seconds later the home
standing Cyclones held what
proved to be their largest and
last bulge of the game, 47-44.
This three point spread
ushered in the man who is
fast becoming the best sixth
man in the Big Eight, Fred
Hare. There were about ten
minutes on the Armory clock
as the Omaha sophomore hit
the floor. Not only did Coach
Hits ISU
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Grant Simmons
. . Junior Terror shown here laying one
up against Missouri, has become one of the offensive
mainstays of Coach Joe Cipriano's ballclub. He hit for
eighteen against Iowa State Saturday night.
Cipriano put a hot hand in his
line-up, but he also threw in
the pressing defense to iron
out the Husker's habitual sec
ond half slump.
In the waning moments It
was press (the team) and
pump (Hare). Freddie
clicked for twelve last-half
markers, several coming dur
ing the crucial times around
the five minute mark when
Nebraska balanced precari
ously between victory and de
feat. In the final analysis, Hare,
came away with 15 points,
seven rebounds (tied with
Spears for team honors), and
respectable hustle on the late
pressing efforts.
The Huskers go into the
final weeks of the season as
a definite threat for a fifth
place finish in the conference
and an over-all percentage of
Powerful Track Men Swamp
lowa State, Wyoming Saturday
Nebraska's powerful track
team unlimbered its muscles
here Saturday affainst Wyom
ing and Iowa State. Nebras
ka piled up a tremendous
lead on the track and held
its own in the field events to
amass 82 points. Iowa
State had 38 and Wyoming
managed 30.
Charles Green, sophomore
sprinting sensation, was on
the 'bench' as he has a touch
of flu. He's expected to be
ready for the Big Eight fray
in Kansas City this weekend,
It was depth (hat turned
the tide for the Huskers, as
the thinclads were outscored
by one of the other teams in
only one track event t h e
1,000 yard run.
Husker Lynn Headly
showed that he is versatile
as well as talented, as he
subbed for Green in the 60
yard dash and ran a hot 6.2,
then came back in the 60
yard lows to press teammate
Ray Harvey after Preston
Love hit a hurdle near the
Steve Carson, Iowa State
dandy in the quarter, did not
run his favorite race, but
switched to the 600 yard run
where Nebraska team cap-
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Lynn Headly (left) and Preston Love . . . Pair picked up
wins in triangular Saturday.
I tain Dick Strand pasted him
soundly. Dave Crook ran the
440 as planned and won easily
in 49.5. The Carson-Crook
duel that didn't materialize
was a disappointment to the
full house at the indoor track.
In the field events, the
Huskers managed three vic
tories. Jack Cramer sailed
to an easy high jump victory
at 6'2V2. Cramer's best to date
is a 6'6" effort last year
which he hopes to better in
the Big Eight meet.
Jim Beltzer posted a
531" heave to take first
place, and Rich Schnaible
won the pole vault at 13'6."
He was awarded first place
because of fewer misses. Ne
braska was blanked only in
the broad jump.
Nebraska's thinclads are
ranked solidly throughout the
leading Big Eight track leaders.
Charlie Green is the only
nusker who is leading his
field, however, as he tops the
usi oi w yard dash men.
Students Attend
Career Meeting
&ix members of Theta Ste
rna Phi, journalism honorary
ior women, are attending
career conference at the
bneraton-Chiocag Hotel in
Students attending are Bren
da Blankenbeckler. Jane Mil
ler, Vicki Elioot, Vi Kosman,
Mary Reitschneider and Di-
anne Wood.
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Basketball Tournament
Completes First Week
Rv Rob Gibson
Some romps, some
stomps, many close games,
and a week of the intra
mural basketball tourna
ment has been completed.
Probably one of the most
hotly contested games so far
was the Beta Theta Pi "A"
Alpha Tau Omega "A"
league contest. Trailing by
nine at half, the Betas con
sistently chopped away at
the ATO's lead to tie the
game with less than a min
ute remaining.
Beta Bob Trotter was
fouled on a drive with only
a few seconds remaining,
and sank his free throw
after the time had run out
for a 33-32 win.
Navy ROTC scored a 43
40 win over the Ed Psychs
to advance in their league.
The Ed Psychs, regular
season conquerer of NRO
TC couldn't pull this one
out despite three men In
double figures (Tom Os-borne-ll,
Al Olson-12, and
Dave Theisen-10).
NROTC kept ahead most
of the game and used Mike
Ernst's game high of 19
points and Hap Ilolziafel's
11 to ice the win.
Pioneer House pulled out
a 41-35 win over Alpha
Gamma Sigma in the fourth
quarter. Tom Ham of Pio
neer House was game high
scorer with 23 points with
teammate Pat Mahar sec
ond at 12. High for the los
ers was Jim Kmock with 11.
Cornhusker Co-op and
Sigma Alpha Mu played a
nip-and-tuck game down to
the final buzzer with Co-op
coming out on top by a 37-
34 margin. Eugene Z i t e k
was high for the winners
with 17 points, while Jeff
Kushner's 18 points took
game honors for the Sammies.
Ag Men "B" swamped
Delta Sigma Pi 34-14 on the
strength of Jerry Leising's
22 points. Delta Sigma Pi
could manage only four
points in the first half, but
jumped to ten in a f a s t
moving third quarter
which saw the Ag Men re
spond with twelve points.
A contest of powerhouses
occurred between Sigma
Phi Epsilon "A" and Phi
Kappa Psi "A" with the
Sig Eps coming out on top
by the unusually wide mar
gin of 45-36. Phi Kappa Psi
was on top by two points
at the half only to see their
lead slip away under a scor
ing drought in the third
and fourth periods. T I m
Schmad scored 14 points for
the victors while Jerry
Webb and Bill Marshall
paced the Phi Psis with 12
and 11 points respectively.
The fast moving Sigma
Nu "A" team downed Del
ta Tau Delta "A" 50-42.
Down by one at half the
Sigma Nu's decided de
fense was the answer, and
cut down the Delta scor
ing in the second half. This
coupled with their fine scor
ing duo of Rob Witte (23
points) and Bill Zuspan (14
points) secured the victory.
Marv Mueller was high for
the losers with 15 points.
Other scores from last
Phi Gamma Delta 23
Phi Kappa Psi 71
Huskers High In Charts
New board members for the
University Builders have
been selected.
They include, Special Edi
tion, Bill Minier- and Judy
Mahar; Calendar and Direc
tory, Betsy White, Lynn Over-
holt and Diane Bernard; Ad
vertising, Candy Sasso, Ro
berta Glenn and Jim Shreck;
Campus Promotion, Jim Kin-
joun, Jeff Krushner and
Kathy Weber.
College Days, Joyce Meyer,
Pam Wood and Jonny Went;
Tours, Ed Tippets, Mike No
lan and Diane McDonald;
Publicity, Ann Mulder, Patty
Unthank and Laurie Olenber
ger; Ag Tours, Terry Michal
ski and Gary Walgren; Ag
Public R e 1 a t i o n s. Tn '
Prien and Sandy Heidbrook;
Office Manager, Carol Bisnoff.
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