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MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1968
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
AGE 3
winter sport week
brings expected results
Full
lit
by Mark Gordon
Sports Editor
Nebraska's winter sports
teams completed their first
full weekend.
The basketball team divid
ed a two-game set in Oregon,
the wrestlers finished last in
an eight-team field at the Colo
rado State University Tourna
ment and swimmers captured
fifth in the Big Eight Relays.
The results weren't
surprising. .The Huskers, with
problems ranging from inex
perience to injuries, finished
almost as expected but the
future will undoubtedly im
prove. .
COACH JOHN Reta's
swimmers finished behind
defending champion Kansas,
Oklahoma, Missouri and Iowa
State and ahead of Arkansas,
Colorado and Oklahoma State
at Columbia.
He credited David Backer,
a sophomore from MeCook
who never swam in high
school as a surprise. The
Huskers finished third in the
300-meter back-stroke relay
(Dave Schmidt, Walt
Brezesinski and im
Stasiowski) and third in the
300-meter individual relay
with Schmidt, King Little and
Terry Sharp.
NU WON fourth places in
the 800-meter free-style relay
with Steve Nootz, George
Sefzik, Tom Cook and Sharp
and in the 2,000 meter free
style relay with Little, Nootz,
Cook and Sefzik.
Kansas, defending Big
Eight Champion, invades the
Coliseum pool at 2 p.m.
Saturday to battle Nebraska's
underdog Huskers, but we
foresee an exciting match
with NU swimmers capturing
a few upset matches.
NU wrestlers, however,
shocked Coach Orval
Borgialli by finishing last at
Fort Collins behind Greeley,
the University of Nebraska at
Omaha. Fort Collins, Fort
Hays, The University of Tex
as at El Paso, Wyoming and
Montana State, as Nebraska
failed to qualify a wrestler for
the championship round.
"WE DIDN'T get any
breaks, but -I'm .still not
satisfied with the
performance," Borgialli said.
"You hopefully could at
tribute the results to inex-
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perience since we started four j
freshmen ana iour
sophomores."
Two Huskers, Dennis
Dobson, a senior co-captain
from Alliance suffered
stretched ligaments in his
right knee and Steve Kl
ingaman, a freshman from
Waterloo, Iowa, pulled a groin
muscle.
Both are questionable
starters for Friday's 7:30
p.m. match against South
Dakota State at the Coliseum,
Borgialli said.
The coach said Joe George,
a- freshman from Omaha at
160 pounds, wrestled an
almost flawless match Satur
day and lost by riding time in
his opening match Friday.
Two-time AAU fourth-place
finisher Gene Libal at 191
pounds lost to a freshman.
OKLAHOMA RECEIVES
standing room only crowds
for wrestling as does Kansas
for basketball. NU receives
capacity turnouts only on rare
occasions, but let's change
that this weekend.
We realize your FAC's may
stretch into early Friday
evening, but why not lay off
the bottle early and attend the
Music groups
to hold concert
A student composer's musi
cal piece will be included in
a combined concert of profes
sional music fraternities at
7:30 p.m. Monday in the Ne
braska Union ballroom.
The musical piece, "Pag
eants," by Jerome Kohl, a
graduate student, is the first
commissioned work to be
presented in concert.
The collection of Renais
sance period music will be
presented by the women's
music fraternities, Delta Omi
cron, Sigma Alpha Iota and
Mu Phi Epsilon, and the
men's, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.
Student directors of the con
cert are Dan Schmidt Kendall
Gunlicks, John Wilkinson,
Joan Allen and Wanda Nelson.
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wrestler
Nebraska home
opener. .
BOTH KANSAS and Oregon
State have won two games
this season and appear head
ed for a tight race to become
the first to win 1,000 basket
ball games.
in 67 years Oregon State
has won 990 and lost 609 while
the Jayhawks have captured
986 victories against 445 loses
in 70 years of the sport. Ken
tucky is third with 984 wins
against 303 defeats in 63
years.
Although not in contention
for national ranking,
Nebraska holds a 674-650
record since 1897.
CREIGHTON and the
Midwest's finest basketball
player Bob Portman invade
Kansas for the Sunflower
Doubleheader Friday and
Saturday by meeting both
Kansas and Kansas State.
The Bluejays have this
state's finest team but will
meet a Kansas squad at
Manhattan Friday that has
won its last seven games in
the Sunflower Doubleheader.
This year will be the final
for the Doubleheader, which
features two guest teams
against both Kansas Big
Eight schools in Manhattan
one night and me otner in
Lawrence the next.
The Jayhawk classic will
replace the Sunflower event
since scheduling games
became a headache, ac
cording to KU coach Ted
Owens, since to obtain one
team, Kansas had to play
three games away from Allen
Fieldhouse. ,
LEFTOVER Football Rec
ords end Tom Penney is
Nebraska's all-time leading
pass catcher with 72 grabs for
988 yards. Field goal kicker
Paul Rogers tied the
Nebraska season record with
six boots. Dick Davis finished
as Nebraska's second leading
rusher behind Philadelphia
Eagle Harry Wilson. Davis
had 1514 yards.
Women's swim
club organizing
A women's swimming club
is being formed on campus to
provide an opportunity for
conditioning, advanced in
struction and possibly inter
collegiate competition.
First workouts are now be
ing held Monday through
Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at the
Sandoz Pool, according to the
new club's sponsor William
J. Wayne, associate professor
of geology.
The club will be under the
direction of a competent coach
and instructor, he said. He in
vited all interested University
coeds to join the club.
Several other area colleges
and universities have similar
organizations, he said.
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NU to play
Wichita St.
After dividing a two-game
basketball series in Oregon,
Nebraska's 2-1 Huskers meet
Wichita State's Shockers at
7:35 p.m. Tuesday in the col
iseum. The Shockers finished 12-14
last season, their first losing
season in 16 years, and have
dropped games this year to
Southern Illinois and Creigh
ton. But Wichita has never lost
to Nebraska in three previous
meetings.
Nebraska toppled Oregon
77-65 Saturday at Eugene
after losing to Oregon State
79-67 at Corvallis as Vic
Bartolme hit 28 points for the
Beavers.
THE HUSKERS' rebound
effort against the Oregon
Ducks was engineered by
guard Tom Scantlebury, who
bucketed 23 points by con
necting on nine of 15 shots
from the floor. Four other
Huskers, however, also hit for
twin digits in the balanced
attack Bob Gratopp with
15, Marv Stewart with 16, Jim
Brooks with 13 and
sophomore Leroy Chalk with
10.
Chalk, getting his first
crack at a starting assign
ment against Oregon, made
an impressive debut by
hauling down 16 rebounds.
Bayer, Sanddin finish on top in howling leagues
348 and Milan
Results from the Nebraska i
Union student and faculty;
bowling leagues:
Students (high games)
Barry Bayer 228; Gary
Rosenbaum 227-200; Len
Dodson 224-202; Bob Fillaus
221-202; John Behrens 221;
Roy Kizzier 217; John Lehigh
214; Jim Fairbanks 205; Dan
Fritz 204; Dick Chilvers 203;
Tom Rozmiarek 202; Bob
Corner 200; Ed Carson 200.
High series Len Dodson
619; Bob Fillaus 607; Gary
Rosenbaum 593; Ed Carson
554; Gary Beal 553.
Faculty (high games)
Steve Sasdelin 202-191; Bill
Williams 185 and Norlin
Rueschhoff 185. High series
Steve Sandelin 393; Alfred
Hendrickson
Frey 343.
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