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    FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1969
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
PAGE
World record-breaking
K-S to face Huskers
Cipriano dispells speculation about future
A meet which Husker coach Frank
Sevigne terms his toughest a t
Nebraska highlights this weekend's
sports schedule which finds all teams
in action.
NU's dual track meet with highly
rated Kansas State beginning 1:30
p.m. Saturday in the East Stadium
could be "one of the most com
petitive," Sevigne said.
NEBRASKA OPENED last week
with a convincing 106 points over
Southern Illinois (29) and South
Dakota State (6) as Greg Carlberg
set a school record with a 4:10 clock
ing in the mile. Sophomore Jim Lang
also set a NU peak with a 9:10.7
two-mile.
With two straight league wins in
the Coliseum behind them, NU's
basketballers meet surging Colorado
at Boulder's Fieldhouse, where the
Huskers have not won since 1953.
NU Coach John Reta's swimming
team meets Colorado, and the Air
Force Academy in a Saturday after
noos double duel at the Air Force
Academy.
Husker Coach Orval Borgialli's
wrestling squad travels to Columbia
Friday night for a duel meet with
Missouri and then heads west to
Manhattan facing Kansas State
University.
Friday, February 7
(All events in the Nebraska Union
unless otherwise indicated.)
1:30 p.m.
A. ph. A
3:00 p.m.
Political Science
6:30 p.m.
Educator Investment Club
Kosmet Klub
7:00 p.m.
Chinese Student Assoc.
8:00 p.m.
Faculty newcomers Club
9:00 p.m.
Delta Sigma Pi Dance
. "I'm only interested in this club
right now and at present I'm only
getting ready for our game Saturday
night with Colorado."
With that Nebraska basketball
coach Joe Cipriano explained his
views of the recent speculation con
cerning his consideration for the head
basketball coaching post at North
western University.
Rumors began Monday following the
resignation of coach Larry Glass from
the Evanston, 111., school, the Big
Ten's lone private school. A wire
service story said Tuesday that
Cipriano was among the front-runners
for the job.
Northwestern'? athletic director is
Tippy Dye, who was once Cipriano's
basketball coach at Washington and
until two years ago, was Cipriano's
athletic director at the University.
Dye hired Cipriano in 1963 to rebuild
the struggling Husker cage pro
gram. Af4er two rebuilding years, Cipriano
guided NU to a 20-5 mark its best
season in 45 years in 1965-66 and since
then NU teams have finished 16-9 and
15-10. This year's squad stands 9-9
with 8 matches left.
Looking ahead to Colorado, Cipriano
said 'Buff leading scorers Cliff Meely, .
the Big Eight's top scorer with a 23.7
average and Gordon Tope with an
11.5 pace, are both all-league caliber
players who will give NU trouble.
He credited Huskers Marvin
Stewart and Tom Scantlebury with
improved performances that has
enabled NU to capture its last two
Big Eight games.
Coach Bill Harrell's freshman team
seeks its sixth victory Saturday;;
against Kansas State at Manhattan.
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Interviews at campus placement
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Opportunities exist in the technologies
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by Mark Gordon
Sports Editor
High school athletes are not the
hardened professionals who can shrug
off crushing 60-point losses like 20
year veterans of professional sports.
' Neither should high schools be in
terested in punishing their opponents
simply to become highly-rated in the
mythical high school sports ratings
conducted by Nebraska's two largest
newspapers. When high school teams
are solely interested in running scores
up, either a replacement in coaching
staffs or a realignment of coaching
philosophy should be considered
TAKE WASAU'S Class C basketball
Vikings who scored more than 90
points in seven of their first 10 games
when they went 9-1. Included were
romps such as by 85 points over
Verdigre 124-39, 80 points over Winside
129-49 and 70 points over Hartington
112-42.
When high school teams fail to hold
the score down and consistently
tumble foes by lopsided totals, it is
inconceivable why high school coaches
Jill Eiche
in concert
Abel 8 and the Abel-Sandoz
Residence Association will
present Jill Eiche, formerly
of Bill and Jill, in concert at
7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 7, ac
cording to Gary Grahnquist,
Abel SA.
The concert will be in the
Abel-Sandoz snack bar. Every
one is welcome.
Read
Nebraska
Want Ads
Remarks
allow such humiliations. We realize
Wasau is in a class by itself among
inferior teams, but even Ohio State
University with former super-stars
Jerry Lucas and John Havlicek uever
slaughtered teams by 85 points.
This is not the play-for-pay game
when scoring figures determine the
amount of food players eat.
TO ELIMINATE bush league teams
like Wasau from running up the scores
we would like to see high-school
games end whenever one club leads
by 50 points. When one team has a
50-point cushion, the game for all
practical purposes is over, so why
continue?
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ENTRIES Entries for teams in
the intramural archery tournament
are due by 5 p.m. Monday in 102
Men's Physical Education Building.
Qualifying rounds will be h e 1 d Feb.
24 on the Coliseum state, according
to Ray Chatfield, intramural
manager.
LAST WORDS - NU basketball
coach Joe Cipriano sunk 10 straight
free throws while showing freshman
cage star Chuck Jura how to shoot
free throws. Don Bryant, NU sports
publicist made 12 consecutive two
hand set tosses earlier this year. Who
would win a game of HORSE between
those two All-Americans?
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February 21, 1969
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