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    Monday, December 1, 1986
Daily Nebraskan
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Nebraska's Lori Endacott prepares to spike the ball against a
Miami of Ohio player Saturday at the Coliseum. The Corn
huskers defeated the Redskins in three straight sets, 15-9,
15-5,15-3.
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Cornhusker center Angie Miller fights a Montana State player
for the tip-off in Saturday's Nebraska Invitational champion
ship game. Nebraska defeated the Bobcats 81-60 to win the
four-team tournament.
Basketball entries due
Entries for the mens', womens' and
co-rec pre season basketball tourna
ment, scheduled to begin Friday, are
due Tuesday before 5 p.m. at the Office
of Campus Recreation, 1740 Vine St.
There is no entry fee but there is a
$10 forfeit fee for each team. The last
day to receive forfeit fee refunds is
June 17, 1987.
Schedules for the weekend tourna
ments will be available Thursday at 4
p.m. Play will begin Friday at 6 p.m.
and the tournament will run through
Saturday and Sunday if necessary. All
games will be held at Mabel Lee Hall or
the Mens' P.E. building. Separate mens,
womens and co-rec tournaments will
be held. The tournaments will be single
or double elimination depending on
the number of entrants. One forfeit will
Doug CarrollDaily Nebraskan
drop the team from the tournament
and cause the loss of the $10 forfeit fee.
Rules concerning eligibility can be
picked up at the Office of Campus
Recreation.
All participants must wear tennis,
basketball or running shoes. Jerseys
will be available for check-out on site.
Officials will be provided by the Office
of Campus Recreation.
A team trophy for both men and
women and intramural T-shirts will be
awarded to the winning teams in each
division. T-shirts also will be awarded
to the first-place team in the co-rec
division.
Students can get additional informa
tion concerning the tournament by cal
ling the Office of Campus Recreation
at 472-3467.
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Open season on Bucks tonigM
By Tim Hartmann
Staff Reporter
Nebraska's men's basketball team
opens its home season tonight
against Pacific Ten foe Oregon. Tip
off is scheduled for 7:35 p.m. at the
Bob Devaney Sports Center.
The Cornhuskers are 0-1 after
opening their season with a 109-101
loss to California-Irvine Friday night.
Nebraska coach Danny Nee said he
was pleased with the effort Nebraska
showed, but he hopes to see improve
ment tonight.
"The concentration, the intensity
level of the players was very good,"
Nee said. "We have to improve every
Swimming relays
to be held Sunday
Nebraska's mens', womens' and co
rec intramural swimming relays are
scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 7 in the
Mabel Lee Hall pool at 4 p.m. No
advance entries are necessary, but par
ticipants must complete an event card
for each event they plan to enter before
the relays begin.
The pool will be open at 3:30 p.m. for
warm-ups.
Events will include the 100-yard
medley relay, 200- and 400-yard freestyle
relays, the 200-yard individual medley
relay, the 200-yard co-rec open relay,
the 100-yard co-rec tandem relay, the
200-yard co-rec sweatshirt relay (for
eight people) and the 100-yard freestyle
relay.
Four participants from an organiza
tion will be considered a team in order
to award all-university points. Winners
will be determined by times.
Intramural T-shirts will be awarded
to the first-place finishers in each
event. A trophy will be presented to the
first-place teams in the mens and
womens divisions.
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where. I think everyone has got to
concentrate, especially when fatigue
sets in."
With Day out of the line-up, guard
Brian Carr, a senior from Muncie,
Ind., who averaged 12 points per
game last season, picked up the
slack and scored a career high 28.
Oregon, U-17 a year ago, opened
their season with a 92-86 victory
over Montana Saturday night. Nee
said Oregon's height worries him.
It's a real concern," Nee said.
"They won 92-86 against Montana
and they'll be a very tough oppo
nent. They're very well coached."
The Ducks are coached by Don
Monson. And all their starters are
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over 6-4. Oregon is an experienced
team, as four of their starters return
from last year.
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ior guard Anthony Taylor, 6-4 junior
guard Rick Osborne, 6-6 senior for
ward Kenny Sprague and 6-7 junior
forward Keith Balderston. All four
players averaged more than 8 points
a game last year, with Taylor leading
the way with 17 points a game.
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eight rebounds a game last season.
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