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

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    Iowa here Saturday
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Hmskers ho:
e opener with Haw keyes
Associate Smarts EiStar
If there was any one aspect
of Netffasia'te win ever
Wyoming: that pleased Or
nhnsker basketball coach Jo
Clpriane most, it was the way
Ma team adjusted to the- dif
ferent defense? presented by
the Cowboys.
And CIp hope he Seels the
same way Saturday night alter
the Huskers day Iowa, the:
defending Big- Id champs in the
home opener at the Cb&-
"Iowa is a team that Likes ta
set the tempo of the garnet
observed Curiam. "They'll
press, pick yen Kg at half court
PLF director . . .
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no soMion tat the Mid-east
crisis, without the consent of
the PLF can he valid
He believes that the unity
includes sympathy with all
people who are "struggling all
over the world for their rights
Ticket office
pushes All sports
Alt sports tickets are now
on sale at the ticket office- La
the Coliseum.
Tickets are $8 each and ad
mit students: into all winter
and spring: sports events at the
IMversity including: basketball
The ticket ofifce is epea
from 941 &i&. and 14 p.m.
The ticket will not admit stu
dents mi the Husker Classic
basketball tournament which,
will be held during; Christinas
and freedom.."' He would like
to think that the United States,,
especially the youth "which,
is the conscience of thi3 coun
try,,' will come to see PLF's
struggle as just and right.
Russia "is a realist ac
according to Hasan,, and sup
port PLF because it is in her
own interest. China has
recognized Israel for "what it
is" (a sheriff of the United
States in the Middle East) and
has been a firm friend of
Palestinian people Hasan
An Irate member of the au
dience questioned Hasan's
view that Jews had
"historically found a refuge
in Arab countries.'' The ques
tioner listed several examples
f Arab states which had
persecuted Jews and other non
Arabs Hasan replied, that "My only
undetstanding of democracy is
one based on one man. one
vote"' not only on Jewish
and take yoa either man to
mas or nae Well have to
think and move at the same
time if we want ta adjust to this
type ei defense. .
Wyoming played a man ta
man against Nebraska! Ik the
first half and the Buskers
responded with 35 points.
Nebraska zipped in 33 points in
the second half against a zone
"We adjusted quite welt ta
these defenses-,' offered
CiprianOi "It doesn't make
much difference which one we
face, although we can keep
Chuck Jura and Leroy Chalk
closer to the basket against a
zone and it gives us better re
bounding strength."
East Campus
lights up
The annual lighting of a
living Christmas tree is
scheduled for Dec. 1 at 6 p.m..
on the East Campus, west of
the C. Y. Thompson Library,,
according to, Roger Bonneson,,
student chairman of the
The program, will include
singing of popular Christmas
carols,, a chill supper at the
East Union and remarks by
E. F. Frolik, dean of the
College of Agriculture and
Virginia Trotter, dean of the
College of Home Economics.
Opriano felt that the victory
over Wyoming: was & tug- win
for the Buskers. "It's always
nice to win the opener and
anytime you. beat a team like
Wyoming' on the road that has
to be a plus on your side.'
The Huskers will be glad to.
return to the cozy confines of
the Coliseum for the game with
Iowa.. But the Hawkeyes alU
American candidate at guard
Fred Brown, won't make the
Coliseum all that cozy..
"He's probably as good a
guard as we'll see all year.'
pointed out Nebraska freshman
coach Moe Iba who scouted the
Hawkeyes when they scrim
maged the Iowa- freshman.
"He's one of their few ex
perienced players and he'll
probably take one-third of their
Brown scored 34 points
against the Iowa freshman in
playing oiriy 23 minutes. He's a
6-3. senior from Milwaukee..
Iowa blitzed the Big 10 with a
14-0 mark and wound up 20-5
for the season in 1969. Gradua
tion, however, has stripped the
Hawks of five of their top six
scorers from the title club.
And Jim Speed, one of the
mosf. sought after junior college
transfers in the nation, is out
for the season with meningitis..
He is listed in "serious" condi
tion in a Iowa hospital.
The Hawkeyes open their
season tonight (Friday) when
they visit Creighton University
in Omaha. Game time for
Saturday's date with Nebraska
is 7:35 p.m.
Probable Starters
Nebraska Iowa
Mike Peterson (6-8) Ken Grablntki (6-6)
Leroy Chalk (6-7) Sam Wlllems (6-5)
Chuck Jura (6-10) Omar Hazley (6-6)
Marv Stewart (6-3) Fred Brown (6-3)
Tom Gregory (6-2) Glenn Angeling (6-0)
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