The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 04, 1970, Page PAGE 9, Image 9

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Frosh no longer on outside, looking in
ISU Track
It used to be that college
athletes spent their freshman
year on the outside, looking
Now, however, things have
changed somewhat on the
minor sports level because of a
recent National Collegiate
Athletic Association ruling
allowing freshmen to compete
on the varsity level m minor
Since football and basketball
are the only two major sport
considerations, Nebraska track
coach Frank Sevigne has been
casning in on tne new op
His tresnmen trackmen ac
counted for 32V4 varsity points
Saturday afternoon as the Cor-
nhuskers impressively opened
their indoor season with a 91-38
blitz over Southern Illinois.
Nebraska s top point pro
ducer in the debut was Randy
Butts, the Grand Island
freshman who swept both the
60-yard high hurdles (:07.6)
and the 60-yard lows (:07.1). He
was the meet's only double
Other freshmen capturing
firsts in their events were
Hopeton Gordon of Kingston,
Jamaica, with a 23-3 V4 long
jump effort and Dan Brooks
CBA to hold
open house
On the anniversary of its
50th year, the University of
Nebraska College of Business
Administration moved into
newly remodeled quarters and
Is planning to show them to
the public during an open
nouse irom Z:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Friday, Jan. 30.
The $750,000 proiect refur-
bished the Social Sciences Hall
nt 12th and R completed in
J9Z0. After this recent
remodeling, the building was
renamed the College of
Business Administration by the
isonra of Kegents.
It contains 14 classrooms,
three lecture rooms, a 260-seat
auditorium, reading room and
statistics laboratory for
teaching the College's more
than 2.000 students.
There are also offices for
more than 50 faculty members,
administrative suites for the
dean and department chair
men, a faculty commons and
graduate student study
. o;irrols.
The offices of the Bureau of
Business Research and Center
fr Economic Education fill
additional space.
The College of Business
Administration formerly
shared the building, in an
overcrowded fashion, with
several other academic
departments in the College of
Aits and Sciences. These
departments have been moved
to new Oldfather Hall.
In addition to facilities for
the teaching areas of ac
counting, economics, finance,
management and marketing,
the building provides staff
space operational areas for
service organizations.
with a 6-6 mark In the high
NU frosh who placed includ
ed Gary Gressett, second in the
60-yard high hurdles; Jim
Hawkins, second in the 880;
DonQuarrie, second in the 60
yard dash; Wes Leonard, third
in the 6000; and Tim Lebsack,
third in the 440.
Lebsack also was the leadoff
man on the Huskers' winning
mile relay unit.
Quarrie finished a step
behind the Salukis' Ivory
Crockett in the 60-yard dash.
Crockett wa3 the National AAU
100-yard dash king last sum
mer, besting San Jose State's
John Carlos, currently ranked
the world's top sprinter.
Sevigne indicated that he
wasn't surprised by the
freshmen's early
performances. "We were well
pleased with them," he offered.
"This is one of the better
freshman groups we have
He said that the freshmen
should improve with more ex
perience and should be com
petitive Big Eight Conference
performers. Friday night's dual
meet against Kansas State at
Manhattan may provide a truer
test, he added.
The Husker freshmen didn't
steal the show, however, as the
upperclassmen were responsi
ble for 58 Mi points.
Miler Greg Carlberg's vic
tory over the Salukis' AI
Robinson ranked with Butts'
hurdle sweep as the meet's
outstanding performance, ac
cording to Sevigne.
"Robinson is considered to be
one of the nation's best
milers," Sevigne said.
"Robinson beat Carlberg in a
dual last season."
Sevigne said the Huskers
showed strength in the middle
distances and the hurdles. He
saw no apparent weaknesses.
Garth Case in the 600, Dan
Morran in the 880 and Pete
Brang in the 1,000 flashed old
form with first place finishes.
The results:
Field Events
Shot 1. Mike McNair, N.U., 53-1116;
2. Fll Blacklston. SIU S3-6; 3. Larry
Cherny, N.U., 52-1 Vt.
Long Jump 1. Hopeton Gordon.
N.U., 23-31; 2. Don Miller, SIU, 21-10;
3. Obed Gardner, SIU, 21-7Vj.
High Jump 1. Dan Brooks, N.O..
6-6; 2. Mike Bernard, SIU, 6-3; 3.
Howard Burns, N.U., 6-3.
Pole Vault I. Duane Sullivan, N.U
H-1W4; 2. Larry Cascio,SIU,14-0.
Triple Jump l. Gardner, SIU, 48
10'A; 2. Miller, SIU, 47-7.
Mile run 1. Greg Carlberg, N.U.i
n uAIT-?4bn!on' SIU; 3" Pe,e Bran'
..f?"yrddaIh ' 'vorv Crockett,
SIU; 2. Don Quarrie, N.U.; 3. Horace
Levy, N.U.T :06.3.
e.ffr I; R.n J-an?e N.U.; 2. Crockett.
SIU; 3. Tim Lebsack, N.U. T :50.7.
60 highs 1. Randy Butts, N.U.;
?; .Gar,v Gressett, N.U.; 3. Galen Hurst,
N.U. T :07.6.
600 . Garth Case, N.U.; 2. Bob
Pierce, N.U.I 3. Wes Leonard. N.U.
T 1: 12.8.
Two Mile 1. Robinson, SIU; 2.
MelCampbell. N.U.; 3. Jim Lang, N.U.
1,000 I. Brang, N.U.; 2. Carlberg,
N.U.; 3. Don Stenburg, N.U. T 2:16.
M0 1. Dan Morran, N.U.; 2. Jim
Hawkins, N.U.; 3. Mike Randall, N.U.
To lows 1. Butts, N.U.; 2. Hurst,
N.U.; 3. Ron Frye, SIU. T :07.1.
Mile Relay t. Nebraska (Lebsack.
Randy Kltt, Lange, Pierce). T 3:26.2.
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