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Monday, February 5, 1968
The Daily Nebraskan
Kansas, loiva State refuse to drop out
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Cowboy win keeps Huskers in tight race
Bob Gratopp gives the Buff's Lloyd Hutchinson
the brush in Thursday's Coliseum win.
Photo by Mlka Haymaa
By GEORGE KAUFMAN
Iowa State loaded hapless
Colorado with its sixth
straight Big Eight conference
loss, 84-66, Kansas held off a
never say die Oklahoma
team, 72-70, and the Nebras
ka Cornhuskers had to claw
and scratch their way to a
63-62 win over the Oklahoma
State Cowboys as nothing
gave in the tight league race
over the weekend.
The Husker win was almost
a repeat of the Holiday tour
ney victory over the Cowboys,
as coach Cipriano's run-and-gun
boys had to slow it down
and play Henry Iba's deliber
ate game. And once again the
Scralet and Cream prove they
can play well at both speeds.
Tom Baack had NU fans
thinking he should have his
nose broken more often, as he
poured in 28 points as the only
Nebraskan in double figures.
Tom was injured when hit in
the face during the Colorado
game last Thursday.
Stu Lantz, well below his
scoring average at just sev
en points, made up for it on
defense, as he grabbed 11 re
bounds to lead that depart
ment and played floor gener
al in directing the assault
against the Cowboys.
Sooners Press On
After leading by as much
as 10, the Kansas Jayhawks
had to take advantage of Ok
lahoma's frigid free shooting
late in the game to salvage
the win before 10,000 fans at
Allen Fieldhouse. Don Sidle
collected a game-leading 21
points in keeping the Sooners
in contention. Jo Jo White led
the Jayhawks with 13.
Iowa State's league-leading
scoring duo, Don Smith and
Bill Cain, combined for 44
points to offset a 28-point night
by Pat Frink to bury the Buffs
at the bottom of the loop
standings at 0-6.
I Big Eight
Kansas State ...
Mlssoori at Kansas Slat
Oklahoma State at Kansa
Nebraska at Oklahoma
Tonight the Huskers take
on an Oklahoma team that
will obviously be frustrated
and out for a win after com
ing so close to Kansas Satur
day. Although Nebraska han
dled the Sooners 110-90 at the
Coliseum a week ago, Cip's
crew owns only a 1-2 record
on the road and Baack will
need some help on the of
fense. It is expected that Dale von
Seggern will again be handed
the assignment of nullifying
the Sooners great Don Sidle
in the middle. In the past two
wins over the Sooners this
season, von Seggern has done
an effective job of holding the
tall one down.
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Missouri wins all 3
Husker matmen conquer Colorado
in weekend round of hosting duals
Forbes leads NU track victory
By BONNIE BONNEAU with Colorado leading 16-14
Sports Assistant before the heavyweight
Of the five wrestling teams match. Then Gene Libal, who
that met in Lincoln this week- just became eligible again af-
end, Missouri probably ; came
out the happiest, winning all
three of their matches.
Nebraska won one and lost
two, as did South Dakota
.state. Southern Illinois Urn-
ester, pinned his opponent,
Tom Reese, in 6:20.
Dennis Dobson, 145, also
pinned his opponent in 1:29
rrcitir won two and lost one ... m... ,.
while uoioraao ium. uuw
won only one.
xTHracVa'9 win came fn-
day evening with their 19-16
defeat of Colorado. The meet
score wavered bacK ana iorui,
Swimmei -s win
Dobson, 152, and Rich Kerr,
160. won their matches by decisions.
Libal also pinned his oppon
ent in the Missouri match
with the only other Husker
win being contributed by Har
ry Gaylor. 167. Dennis Dob
snn was the onlv Husker to
nil tlirpp Dll tl HITS win his match in the contest
all inree uuuu0 W7ith Southern minois
Nebraska's freshmen wiped
out the Missouri frosh 32-3.
The single Tiger win came in
the 137 weight division. Mis
souri had to forfeit the 167 and
heavvweiffht divisions. Husker
Bob Pewthers. 160, pinned his
opponent in 5:50.
Nebraska 71, Mfasoorl S3
ntrmrtnsH. Satterthwaite. GoeU. Cor
ey); f. Missouri. T-3:51-J.
lskVt free.tTle-1. Coo.
nam. M; 3- Hempelman. N. 4. Tomer.
leIw1ftU.t7le-l. Noote. N; 1. Kmm.
C- . Hollaixi. M; 4. Cummiiigs. C;
$ Vtranss. N. T 1:54.1. .
KathEta. N: 1. P.tric. M; i. Gordon.
i: S. Mown. M- . - .
tna-T. tmlrMasl oedleyl. Ooett,
Rirnrn. M: 3. Dopre.
C: 5. little. N. T :OJ.l.
niwimmSnrtmvc. . 127.05. X.
tard. C W s 1 Varner,
a VWIlak. M. 107.J5; 5.
Vttmy-1. MosoW. M: J- Bir
mm. M: 1. Preatte. N: 4. Htmke. N.
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1M-M IIMIIIW 1. UnWMf - -
fWi-k. M: 1. Cnmmhut. C; 4.
K: S. Kaom. C. T-:50..
ina-Td. harkstrake 1. Brndisn, N.
1 Staaiowski. N; i. Bake. C; 4. Turner.
"w hieotyle-t. Cook. N; 1 .Hnp
eTmu. N: S. Pooiam. M; 4. Holland.
M T S l New Nebraska record, old
ana-fc S W.S fry Cook. 1967)
3M-T. fcwaaHtrrte 1. Satterthwaite.
; 1. Bewta. U; t. GoeU. Nj 4. North.
M:mSerrle retay-1. Mbwajri fBtr
an. HonaM, Dam, Putnam); 1. ebrai-
ka; 1. Colorado. T 3:14-1
Nehrnka . BenridJ 1
M-r. aoestter relay 1. NfbrsAa
Otraannskl. SatterthwaB. Goetx. Gor-
Lt-r. nvestrte 1- Co'
BemoelnKii Si 1. BidiOe. B. T
UwtyV freeatrle - 1. Nootr, N; t
Hammer. B; 1. KrauM. N. T-l:55l.
Vri. ireestfle I. Doarlas. B; t
Cordon. K: 1. !U"ia, JJ. T :ti.t.
ma-rl. tad. bKItf 1. Goetx. N;
I. Mrtlror. Bs t. Little, S. T-:UJ.
Urk( 1. SoremoB, N, K4: t.
rroeat, B, IM.M; 1. Duven. K. lW-JO.
Mr4. kt4rrf)T 1. Roes. B; X.
(Jehmeider. B: 1. Prenttas. !. T-l :..
WO-rC treertrte 1. Gordon. Si I
lVmrhu. B; . Kranaa. N. T-.MS.
Ma-rC Iwkatrokc 1. Brmtnakl. Nl
t. Stanloaraki. Si X Uamamom. B.
TmL h.ieatrte 1. Kiddto. B; t
Cook. N; . Hemoelman. . T S-a..
tM-rd- reastsiroka 1. SattertmnH.
J: . Mcllror. B; i. Smith. B T
M il hesrl rrt"T JJiraa
rsaHti, Lemastsr. Keatfarela. Krnaa).
fall to loiva State
naar eatiiitw 1. MrTSlII. K, IB; L
Jarl, IS. 75; 1. gantoro, T. (Ji 4.
Cl"e. IS- l is I. Wttcos. IS, 7.K.
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IS. J: . Joham. N. 4
MM rhw L JarU. IS. ( Bl 1- M7-Owk-r.
IS. . ftamrne. IS, M
4. Cook. ft. 14; 4. Jomnen. N. IX
Tisnaan" L Clre. IS. B: X
wneoK. B. t.S: 1. RiextB. N. tJi
4. C-' df. B. 1.1; Baoto-n. K. .B.
Vmmt ksno 1 Clarke. IS. JS
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4. 0r. IS. t 1- Santoro. X. .
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4. WHnn. IS. 75; S. Iffierendorl. IS.
TLitnsl bar L JarH. IS, 1; 1.
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Mlssoori 25, Nebraska : Sooth Dakota
State 16. Colorado 14: Nebraska 19, Colo
rado 16; Southern Illinois 21, South Da
kota State 1.
Misprari 15, Colorado 14; Southern 111!
noifi 30. Nebraska 1; Nebraska frosh 32.
Missouri frch 3; Colorado 20. Southern
Illinois 16; Missouri It. South Dakota
Krauss, State IS.
Maswri 25, NU S
12J Cavanaugh. M, pinned Thon. N.
lJO-WilUams, M. dee. Hanehnilst N.
137 Shepherd. M, won by forfeit.
145 Lempitt, M, dec. Den. Dobson.
153 Zemmel. M, dec Da. Dobson. N.
160 Thompson. M, dee. Kerr, N. 10-4.
167-Gaytor. N. dec. Palaztolo. M. 14-4.
177 Thomas, M, dec. Ilunaon, N. 3-0.
Hwt Libal, N, pinned Knudson, M.
NU H, Castrad 14
123 Thon. N. dec Garcia. C. 94.
130 Komloske. C. pinned Basselqulst.
137 Nord, C woo by forfeit
145 De. Dobson. N. pinned Sunt, C
151 Du. Dobson, N, dec. Dittmar, C 8-4.
160 Kerr. N. dec Mc Arthur. C. 7-3.
167 Harpin. C. dec Cantor. N. 4-3.
177 T. Justice. C. dec. Munson. N. 50.
RwL Libal, N. pinned B. Justice. C
NTT Fnsfe St Misoari Frosh S
123 Coleman (NU) dec Stewart (MU),
130-Erickson (NU) dec Ferrugii
137 Browninc (MU) dec Tiensvold
145 Meier (NT) pinned Paley (MU).
152-Thiessea NV dec Jos (MU).
160 Pewther (NU) pinned Paulson
(MU), S SO.
167 ChristenseB (Nil) won by forfeit
177 Hau (NU) dec. Byrd (MU), 6-4.
HwL Murtaueh 'NU) won by forfraL
Ssathera mine is X, VU 1
123 Sarossy (SIU) dec Thoa (NU).
130 Allen (STU) dec Sasaelquist
137 Topping (SIU) won by forfeit.
145 Dennis Dobson (NU) dec Clip
man (SIU). 5-1.
152 Casey (SIUI pinned Dune Dob
son (Nil). 4:02.
16 Dune (SIU) dec Kerr (NU)
167 Upper (SIU) pinned Gaylor: (NU).
ITT Copper (SIU) dec Munson (NU).
flsrt Roop (SIU) dec Libal (NU),
Manhattan, Kan. Nebras
ka's Clifton Forbes turned in
a brilliant r e c o r d-breaking
performance here Saturday
night to vault the Husker
track team into the new sea
son with a win over the Kan
sas State Wildcats, 65-56.
customed to placing, as ju
nior college transfer Boyd
Shot pat-l. John Cain, KS: 1 Den
nis Hagin. N; 3. Larry Cherny, N;
D 54-6 (New meet record, old mark
53-3 by Hajrin).
Lonr jump 1. Lennox Burgher. N:
1 Bill Kaiser, KS; 3. Bill Buchman,
High Jump 1. Steve Krebs, N 1
Jark Todd, N. H 6-7'.
Mile 1- k Saiinitora. KC: 9- Ken
The Jamaican junior outran swiaoa. ks; 3. van Roe. ks. t-
K-State's Terry Holbrook for 4:6-i. cimon Forbe. Nf 1 Lrr
o iDS nnartpr-milA tn orflcp ld. KS; 3. Mike Green, N. T 6.2.
a to.o quaner-mue 10 erase sooi. Huch McGovern. ns i. Mike
the meet record, the Kansas "ZC1 "on 'fe-.N-J-':1"v .
State Fieldhouse mark of 48.9 KsTt" IRS. tTnTw
and the Nebraska varsity rec- STLTk "lissd," d."?
Ord Of 49.1 Set in 1965 by Dave Payne all of KS: new meet record.
r i. okl mark :50.0, by Raker).
CTOOK. Pole yaolt 1. Boyd Eplev, N; X.
Rut thp Hnskpr vpt unt a lot ' KS; Terry Medio, N.
. . . . H 14-6s,
60 H.H. 1. Joe Orduna, N; X.
of help from a young Ne
braska rookie corps, notably
Husker football halfback Joe
Orduna and Dan Morran.
Orduna swept the hurdles
events for NU, breaking the
meet record in the highs at
7.4 and tying the mark in the
lows at 6.9.
Morran cracked the meet
record in the 880 with a 1:53.4,
rewriting Les Hellbusch'
1:55.9 set last year.
Nebraska also got a win in
the pole vault, an event in
which they have not been ac-
Epley went 14-6'i for a meet
record by half an inch.
Roger Timken. KS; 3. Fred Nlcholl.
N. T 7.4 (New meet record, old mark
7 5 by Bill Smuti, Nebraska and Re
t-milr 1. Rose, KS: 2. Mel Camp
bell. N; 3. Ron Plemmon, KS. T
9:18.6 (New meet record, old mirk
9:321 by Joe American Horse, Nebras
ka). 10001. Swenson, KS: 1 Les Hell
busch. N; 3. Mike Randall. N. T
2:12.6 (New weet record, old mark
1:14.4 by Conrad Nightengale. KS).
8801. Dan Morran, N; t Jim Bell.
KS; 3. Greg Young. N. T 1:53.4 (New
meet record, old mark 1:55.9 by Hell
60 L.H. 1. Orduna, N; Tlmken. KS.
3. (tie) Lon Sherlock. N, and Nicholl.
N. T 6.9. (Ties meet record set by
Rex Stucker. KS).
Mile relay 1. Kansas State (Wel
don, Swenson, Heer. and Holbrook.); 3.
Nebraska. T 3 23.4 (New meet rec
ord, old mark 3:24.8 by Nebraska, 1967).
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