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The Daily Nebraskan
Friday, Feb. 4, 1966
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James Pearsc
Spoils Editor
Farm House 59-Alpha Gam
ma Sig 50
Acacia 34-Pi Kappa Phi 29
Sig Alpha Mu 30-Pi Kappa
Alpha 27
Pioneer 2-Theta Chi 0
Gooding 2-Avery 0
Smith 2-Seaton II 0
Abel VIII 51-Abel XI 44
Abel XII 2-Abel IX 0
Abel XIII 2-Abel X 0
Glenn 70-Governors 32
Pike 33-Patton 27
Custer 40-Kennedv 39
Rogers 42-Frost 33
Thoreau 73-Carson 26
Penn 43-Pershing 39
Civil Engineers 49-Pharm-acy
Gamblers 49-Burners 43
Misfits 39-Marauders 38
Navy 68-Air Force 20
Gunners 34-Hustlers 28
Unicorns 36-Aggies 29
Phi Kappa Psi 70-Theta Xi
Hustlers 22-Dent Molars 0
Phi Epsilon Kappa 2-Beav-ers
Phi Delta Theta 58-Alpha
Tau Omega 36 (B)
Phi Kappa Psi 69-Theta Xi
37 (B)
Sigma Chi 46-Sigma Phi Ep
silon 41 (B)
Beta Theta Pi 55-Kappa Sig
ma 45 B)
Phi Gamma Delta 49-Tri-angle
25 IB)
Sigma Nu 44-DeIta Tau Del
ta 38 (B)
Sigma Phi Epsilon 59-Dclta
Upsilon 32 (B)
Cornhusker 44-Pioneer 39
i Beta Sigma Psi 70-Delta
Sigma Phi 24 B)
Ag Men 2-Delta Sigma Pi 0
Dents 64-Civil Eng. 36
Kappa Sigma 35-Sigma Chi
Epsilon 28 (C)
Delta Upsilon 37-Delta Tau
Delta 33 (C)
Phi Kappa Psi 36-Alpha Tau
Omega 35 (C)
Always on the lookout for
good football talent, Univer
sity of Nebraska aid George
Kelly was in Omaha Wednes
day to speak to the Near
North Side YMCA noon For
um. In the gathering were seven
Omaha athletes being honored
for their outstanding achieve
ment. All seven still have
open minds as to where they
will attend college, it was
Among the honored were
Joe Orduna of Omaha Cen
tral, who says he will come
to Nebraska next fall.
Others still undecided were !
Dave Green and Kirkland j
Wise of Tech. Stanley Standi-;
fer of North. Clarence Jonss
of Boys Town, and Carl Mob
ley of Council Bluffs Thomas
Jefferson. i
With college football re-!
cruiting at its peak. Kelly j
scooted for Kansas immedi
ately after the luncheon. j
Kelly, Bob Devaney's de-!
fensive line coach, said he !
had his eyes on "one of the i
finest" halfback prospects'
"we've seen." !
Big Eight
March 11
Ticket prices have been an
nounced for the annual Big
Eight Conference Wrestling
Championships to be held in
Ahearn Fieldhouse on Friday
and Saturday, March 11-12. "
The classic will start Friday
night at 7:30 p.m., with two
sessions slated for Saturday,
beginning at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m.
! Prices for the Friday night
and Saturday afternoon ses
sions are $1 general admission
and 50 cents for students
through high school age. For
j the Saturday night finals, gen
eral admission prices are $2,
w hile student tickets arc $1.
; Tickets wil be on sale at
the Ahearn Fieldhouse ticket
: windows one hour prior to the
start of each session. There
j will be no reserved seats for
any of the sessions.
IS U Toils
Clay Stapleton, Iowa State
head 'football coach, an
nounced that the Cyclones
would open 1966 spring drills
April 18.
Stapleton will hold five
drills a week for one month.
He has scheduled two spring
games, as has been his cus
tom. One will be played May
7 with the final game sched
uled one week later.
By James Pearse
Sports Editor
Oklahoma State is having what is known as a "character
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is as adept at building character than the Cowboys' Henry j
That is the main reason why any team in the Big Eight
would rather play Duke than an Iba team w ith a conference
mark of one win and five losses.
No Scoring; No Stars
The Cowboy's single returning starter from last year
championship team is notable only because his last name is
the same as his coach's. Henry's nephew, Skip Iba, scores
about as many points as a cheerleader (he got NONE in
State's lone league win). But Skip knows his uncle's brand
of basketball; a type of basketball where you don't have to
score to win.
Oklahoma State doesn't have Walt Wesley, Don Smith,
or even seven solid ball players. But this is the -rule on an
Iba squad, not the exception.
If the Cowboys have no scoring and no stars, why the
fear of Gallagher Hall? Easy. What the Cowboys have is
character built from Henry Iba's time tested system.
Lots of Character
Von have to have character to play Iba's kind of baskct-
; ball. The Oklahoma State Stomp - Iba s court version of the
I Tennessee Waltz - demands that a player have absolute
control over his physical and mental faculties. Then turn
j that control over to the coach.
j Iba practices ball control on the basketball court liKe
I Woody Hayes teaches it on the football fie.d The theory is
'simple, especially if you have a scoring punch that couldn't
crush a paper cup. If you keep the ball, the other team
can t score.
Loosely stated the Oklahoma State offense amounts to
Well executed against a finely drilled fast-break team
(like Nebraska) the results are similar to pouring ten pounds
of coarse gravel in the gear box of your sports car.
The Cowboy offense mesmerizes the oppositions defense
with deliberate and intricate passing and weaving. They
would just as soon win 20 to 15 as 90 to 80. That's Iba's idea
of character.
Slow Death
Should Oklahoma State grab a lead of 19 to 16. they
might sit on it the rest of the night. The only time the
opposition sees the ball again is as it floats among the Cow
boys. Don't let Oklahoma State's record of 3 and 13 be mis
leading. The young Cowboys are only now beginning to
acquire the Iba character. Before the season is out, they
will surprise a few contenders.
Be careful Saturday night, Nebraska. Don't get caught
in one of Henry's slumber parties. He'll slow you to death.
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Charles Schober . . . Unbeaten Oklahoma sophomore.
Minor Sports Highlight
Week End On Campus
By Bob Flasnick
Sports Assistant
A heavy slate of minor
sports is on tap for the Uni
versity of Nebraska this
Some of the best fireworks
could come in the indoor
track meet between NU and
No Curve
In Ball
The U.S., Canada and also
Japan face the inevitability
of recognizing that tens of
thousands of alerted science
teachers no longer can be de
ceived by textbooks pervert
ing physics to seemingly
prove that a baseball can be
pitched to curve.
The "curve" ball is, in real
ity, a combination of complex
factors involving the gravita
tional curve, and a fabulously
exploited optical illusion.
Being a mere fantasy of vi
sion it is non-existent physi
callyit. consequently, has increasingly-explosive
p o t e n
tialities when foisted on aler
ted teachers and students as
genuine. (Demonstrations by
justly angry students are
likely. )
The Sooners' sophomore
Ron Tull has high-jumped 6
lO'i already this year and
hopes to reach 7-3 by the end
of the season. Tull reasons
that if he keeps improving at
his current rate he'll hjt 7-8
before he graduates.
"I've got one freshman
pole-vaulter who can't get
that high," declared O k 1 a -noma
Associate Coach John
But there may be some
hope left for Nebraskas Steve
Krebs who recently reached
6-64. Tull says he likes to
jump off anything except dirt
and that's what ihe'll be
launching himself from at
Oklahoma's crack sopho
more Charles Schober and his
swimming teammates will
invade the N UColiseum pool
Saturday at 3 p.m.
KUON-TV Channel 12 w i 1 1
carry live coverage of the
Husker's encounter with the
Missouri swimmers tonight at
8:30. A freshman meet will
preceed the varsitv match at
Coach Klaas' team will be
strengthened by the return of
Steve Sorenson and K e e f e
Lodwig who have been ill.
Missorui will not be as im
pressive a foe as the Sooner
swimmers. Missouri is a
young team and is considered
one of the weaker teams in
the conference this year.
Oklahoma has captured Hie
Big Eight championship ev
ery year since 1955 and is fa
vored again this season.
A full slate of gymnastics is
being offered this weekend.
At 10:30 Saturday morning
the XU Frosh meet the Iowa
State freshmen. At 2 in the
afternoon Iowa State, O k 1 a -homa
and Nebraska will com
pete in a triple duel.
Nebraska is currently hold
ing a 3-2 record. Considering
the prc-scason outlook given
by Coach Jake Geier, the rec
ord is quite respectable. Gei
er expected this to be a "re
building year."
Husker gymnasts, lead by
Rich Berand and Allan Arm
strong, have come up with
victories over Ft. Hays, Kan
sas State and Wichita State.
Losses came at the hands of
Mankato and the University
of Minnesota.
Nebraska's hard- pressed
wrestlers will go after their
Saturday afternoon at 1:30
against Indiana State College
in the Coliseum.