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    MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1967
The Daily Nebraskan
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TOM BAACK . . . who was the high scorer for the Huskers shows his basketball
form here against Oklahoma State.
Four With Trophies
State
The University campus is
back down to normal size
with the exit of state bas
ketball players and fans.
Lincoln Northeast, Hol
drege, B a s s e 1 1 and
Sprague-Martell are the
four class champions that
took back state title trophies.
Greene Captures 60
In NCAA Indoors
Nebraska's Charlie Greene
became the first individual
three-time winner in NCAA
Indoor championship history
when he streaked to victory
in the 60-yard dash Saturday.
Hampered by a leg injury
for much of the indoor sea
son, Greene matched his own
meet record set last year
witft a 6.0 clocking.
Shored Spotlight
Greene shared the spot
light with Jim Ryun, who
raced to a new meet mile
record of 3:58.6.
Leading all the way, the
19 year - old Kansas sopho
more finished almost 40
yards ahead of Kent State's
Sam Bair in eclipsing the old
NCAA indoor record of 4:03.4
on the 11-lap Detroit track.
Moors' higb hurdles L Earl licCnl
Inuch, SouUxsm Giiiiortua, 7.0. X Erv
Hall, Villanova. 7 J. 1. Mike Butler. Wl.
conabi. 7J. 4. Leoa Coleman, Winston-Sa!-cm,
IX $, Gen Washington, Michigan
Stale, 74. ttea NCAA indoor reeord set
by MoCniloack in the semifinals and bet
ters Uie record 7.1 by MeCullouch. Ball,
and Coleman In the preliminares. Pre
vtooa NCAA Indoor reeord was 11 by
Washington. Coleman and fivs others.
fltVrard dash I, Charles Greeae, He
kraska, fA. 2. Glenn Long, Oklahoma.
.L a, Kent Lawrence. Georgia, t.2. .
lanox Miller, bouuiern Caiilonua, b J. a.
O. i. Simpsoa. Southern Caliiomla. tX.
Itxs NCAA Indoor record set by Greene,
i4.
Distance meoley relay I. Kansas State
(Charles Harper. Jrry Holbrook, West
DnUoa and Conrad Nlehtinzale, t-M.t. .
VUlanova. :4S.L 3, Bonthera Calitoiirta,
HI 4. Miami. Ohio. t.VL. i. Boattaera
Ullnois.
ios-ysrd ran 1. Steve Carson, Inwa
Uta. l:10.t 2, Clark KitcbeU. New Mea-
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cate, 1:10.5. 4, Bob G'Conner. Clucaiw
Loyola. 1:10 J. . Pat Wilson, sfichifaa
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KOSMET KLUB
PRESENTS
"IRMA LA DOUCE"
MARCH 17, 18
PERSHING AUDITORIUM
TICKETS IN UNION
Cagers
Northeast rallied for a
64-57 victory over Omaha
Central for the Class A win.
The Rocket-Central battle
was in Omaha, the site of
all Class A state action.
Holdrege proved too
much for Schuyler in the
Class B action, 66-54. The
winning Dusters lost only
Two-mlle relay H, Southern Califor
aia Richard Joyce, Dave Buck, Dennis
Carr, and Carl Trentadue), 7:30.1. 2,
Michigan, 7:30.4. 3, Manhattan. 7:31.1. 4.
Fordham, 7:34.. S. VUlanova. 7:45.3.
lJMO-yard run 1, Ray Arrineton, Wis
consiB, 2:07.8. 2. Bob Zieminski, George
town, 2: 08 A. 1, Byron Dyce. New York
V.. 2:09. 4. Tom Yergovich. Kansas.
210.9 S. Jim Metcalf, Oklahoma State,
2:1!.S NCAA indoor reeord. Old record
2.0H.i by Robin Lingle, Missouri. 1965.)
Mile run 1. Jim Ryun, Kansas, 3:5M.
2, Sam Bair, Kent State. 4:01 0. 3, Larry
Wieczorrk, Iowa. 4:05.0. 4, Web Lou da t.
New Mexico, 4 06 1. S, Mike Williams,
Norm Carolina, 4.11.6. New NCAA in
door indoor record. Old reeord. 4:03.4, by
Conrad Nightingale. Kansas State, 1966.)
Mile relay 1, Oklahoma (James
Shields, Jim Bardwick. Tom Melton and
Bill Calhoun) 3.15.5 2, Abilene Christian
:15.. 3, Iowa 3:18.4. 4. New Mexico
3:18.5. 5, VUlanova 3:18.6. New NCAA
indoor record. Old record 3:15. by Mor
gan state, 1965).
High jump 1, Ted Downing, Miami.
Ohio. 74. 'Fewer misses). 2. Steve Hern
don. Missouri. 74. 3, Ron Toll. Oklahoma,
6-10. 4. Cornelius Lindsey, Cincinnati, 64.
S, Ed MulvihUl, Maniiattaa. 64, (Ties
NCAA indoor record of seven feet by Otis
Burreu. Nevada, 1S66).
Pole vault 1. Bob Seagren. Southern
California. 174i. 2. Hall Wilson. Southern
Caliiornia. 16-4V,. 3, Fred Burton. Wichita
State, 164. 4, Larry Curat, Oklahoma
State, 154. S, BUI Fosdlck. Southern Cali
iornia, 154. (New NCAA indoor record.
Old record 1M4. by Foadick, 1966).
Team Standings
Southern California 46. Oklahoma IT,
Kansas 16, VUlanova 15, New Mexico and
Wisconsin 12; Missouri 10, Michigan and
Connecticut 8; Miami Ohio 7, Iowa, Kent
State and Chicags Loyola 6; Brigham
Young, Iowa State, Manhattan, Nebraska.
Kansas State. Georgetown, Abilene, Chris
tian and Southern Illinois 4; iworaao,
Georgia. New York University, Notre
Dame, Oklahoma State, Florida, Air
Forue, Wichita. Colgate. I; Cincinnati,
St. John Utah Stale, Winston-Salem and
Fordham 2: Norta Carolina. Washington
and Talane L
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SNOOKER BOWL
M. 48th I Dudley
Gone
to Class A's Grand Island
this season.
Bassett Unbeaten
But Bassett, the Class C
champ, was the only un
beaten cage team in Ne
braska prep ranks. Basset
handed a 58-49 whipping to
Bertrand, previously un
beaten. Sprague-Martell, which is
going out of business after
this year, wound up its bas
ketball record with a 67-41
slashing of Potter for the
Class D title.
The Northeast victory
was sparked by Wally Win
ter, who went on a scoring
spree that was responsible
for wiping out a Central
lead.
Winter finished the game
with 25 points.
Gymnasts
Triumph
The University gymnasts
defeated Mankato Saturday
in a dual at the Men's
Physical Education Build
ing. The Huskers had 369.85
points to 166.60 for Man
kato. Floor Exercise 1. MoGill, NU ts
2. Ssnloro, NU 8.7; 3. Zenk, Man. K.5.
Side Horse 1. Curran, Man 0; 2.
Senne, Man. 8.9; 3. Travel-. NU 8 7.
Trampoline 1. Milne, Man 88: 2.
Zenk, Man. 6.65; i. Schmucker, Man.
6.55.
High Bar 1. Johnsen NU, 8.6; 2.
Lamprighl, Man. h i. i. Wuomos. Man.
7.05.
Long Horse 1. Reran. NU 9.0: 1
May, NU .0; 3. Sederdieious. NU 8.
Parallel Bars 1. Curran, Man. 8.35;
2. May, NU 6 25; 3. Reran, NU 8.2.
Rings 1. Armstrong, NU 8.15; 2.
Johnsen, NU .l; May. NU 8 75.
AU-Around L May. NU 47.25; 2.
Curran, Man. 48.35.
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University of Colorado
fans displayed their NIT
wits Saturday while the
Buffalo cagers walked off
with a generous slice of
the Big E i g h t s second
place pie.
The Nebraska basketball
delegation journeyed to the
mile-high campus to lose,
64-57, to a team that was
bypassed in favor of the
Huskers in consideration of
a bid to the National In
v i t a 1 1 o nal Tournament
(NIT).
Nebraska Bye
The NTT, which started
Saturday in New York,
awarded the Huskers a bye
through the first round. NU
will play Marshall Monday.
When the Buffs started
pulling away from Nebras
ka in the closing moments
of play, the Boulder crowd
chanted, "N . . . I . . . T,"
referring to the bid that
was awarded to NU rather
than Colorado.
Kansas, Too
Nebraska, not the only
good team in the Big Eight
to lose at Boulder Kansas
did earlier trailed 37-35 at
the half. Outscored in the
second half, 27-22, NU re
linquished half of the Big
Eight second spot
Colorado's 6-7 Pat Frink
scored 21 points to lead the
Buff charge. Teammate
Steve Rowe, 6-7, put
through 13 points.
Baack Leads
Tom Baack was the lead
ing Husker scorer with 17,
while Stuart Lantz fell well
below his average with 13.
Nate Branch put in 11.
Nebraska outscored the
Buffs from the field, put
ting in 25 of 48 fielders.
Colorado made 22 of 47.
Spring Football To Open April 3;
Nebraska Will Begin Work First
If the weatherman keeps
from forcing too many fum
bles, the Big Eight Confer
ence's spring football prac
tice season win open April
3, with Colorado, Missouri
and Nebraska going to work
first
Starting Date
Iowa State April 17
Kansas State April 8
Oklahoma State April 11
Colorado April 3
Kansas April 8
Missouri April 3
Nebraska
Oklahoma
April 3
April 10
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But fouls and free throws
were something else.
Nebraska committed 17
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PRE-CVME WARMUP ... The Huskers had only Sun
day and early Monday to warm-up for the NIT after
losing to Colorado, Saturday. Here, Nate Branch does
pre-game exercise.
The other five teams will
don pads for the first time
during the following two
weeks, with Iowa State hold
ing the latest starting date,
April 14. Each team is al
lowed 20 practices during a
Spring Game
May 13 (intra-squad)
May 13 (intra-squad)
May 13 (intra-squad)
May 6 (varsity-alumni)
May 13 (intra-squad)
May 6 (varsity-alumni)
May 6 (intra-squad)
May 6 (varsity-alumni)
Wildlife
Evening
8:00 P.M.
Students .75
fouls, giving Colorado 28
free shots, 20 of which they
made. The Huskers got
PHOTO BY MIKE HAYMAN
36-calendar-day period, ex
cluding vacation periods.
All eight teams will high
light the early sessions with
spring games, the first of
which are set for May 6 at
Colorado, Missouri, Nebraska
and Oklahoma. Missouri and
Oklahoma plan additional
workouts after their game,
with Missouri ending practice
on May 8 and Oklahoma on
May 13. Missouri has tenta
tively scheduled its spring
game as a varsity - alumni
clash.
Here are the spring prac
tice starting dates and the
dates and type of the spring
games scheduled:
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only 14 free throws on 12
Buffalo fouls. And the Hus
kers made only half of
those.
The Importance of the
free throws was emphasiz
ed by the halftime score.
Nebraska had been hitting
two-thirds of its shots in
the first frame, but was
trailing by two on the
strength of Colorado's free
throws. The Buffs were
hitting 54 per cent from
the field for the half.
In NIT action Saturday
Rutgers defeated Utah
State, 78-76, and Marquette
overturned Tulsa, 64-60.
Providence headed Mem
phis State, 77-68, and New
Mexico eliminated Syra
cuse with a narrow 66-64
victory.
Duke became the last en
try in the NIT when it de
feated North Carolina, 82
73, for the Atlantic Coast
Conference title and the
NIT's 14th berth.
The Husker's take on
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