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i i i i 1 -ill tmamxm i I I- 1 a' -I 64 Til' r- 1 (J lYM -I! i 3 lrf IjMI 1 feitilT Associated Press general sports editor Bob Johnson, center, presented Cornhusker coach Bob Devaney with the AP's national championship trophy Monday night at the Nebraska football awards banquet at Pershing Auditorium. Master of ceremonies Dick Perry, right, holds the No. 1 traveling trophy. Oregon State football coach Dee Andros, far right, was the guest speaker. 1 1970 Cornhuskers 'Greatest' National ChamDS Honored Concordia Ends Two Major Losing Streaks I LINCOLN, TUESDAY, JAN.
19, PAGE 11 By DON FORSYTHE -Although Nebraska football coach Bob Devaney made it a point to officially designate Tuesday as "lhack to earth" day for his national championship team, Monday night was another walk on the clouds for the Cornhuskers. The No. 1-rated Cornhuskers were honored, collectively and individually, at the annual Football Awards Banquet, held this year at Pershing Auditorium to accommodate nearly 2,000 fans who made it the 'biggest awards ceremony ever staged for a Nebraska team. "This is one of the few times in my life I can't think of anything funny to say," admitted Devaney. So the perennial "coach of the year" in Cornhusker country played it straight.
"I've been associated with cham- test. NWU again chipped away at the lead getting as close as 86-82 with 1:48 left before the Bulldogs iced the victory, hitting five of seven free throws. "The fact that we (Concordia) kept coming back when they got close is why I'm so proud of them," Baden said. Baden also heaped praise on his club's defensive effort. "We knew we had to do a great defensive job," he said.
He gave credit to Steve Schrader for doing a "magificent job" of stopping Brown, NWU's leading scorer. "We told him to keep Brown from the ball as much as possible," -Baden explained. The Plainsmen senior finished with 16 points. Wesleyan's record dropped to 4-6 overall and 0-2 in the Nebraska Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Concordia is now.1-4 in the NIAC.
"I can't explain it," NWU coach Irv Peterson said. "We just didn't win." Cornhusker trophy case. "All you have to do to keep the big one is win it two more times," he said. The individual honors were claimed by seniors Guy Ingles, Jerry Murtaugh, Dan Schneiss and Ed Periard. Ingles was recipient of the Guy Chamberlin Trophy, awarded annually to the senior displaying the qualities and dedication of ChamberJin to the Cornhusker tradition.
One of the smallest starters in major college football, Ingles finished his Cornhusker career as the all-time Nebraska receiving leader. The Omaha senior also received the Lincoln Optimists Clubs' award as the outstanding senior offensive lineman. Schneiss was named the outstanding senior offensive back, Periard the outstanding senior defensive lineman and Murtaugh the outstanding senior defensive back by the Optimists. Co-captains Murtaugh and Schniess accepted Admiralships in the Great Johnson noted that he had been upstaged a few days earlier by President Nixon and that he feared being upstaged again when he came to Lincoln. "After some of the remarks after the bowl games I wouldn't have been at all surprised to see the Pope here to make a presentation," he said.
In addition to the huge traveling trophy Johnson presented Devaney with a permanent plaque for the Kansas, Colorado Triumph Kansas City Fifth-ranked Kansas opened its race for the Big Eight Conference basketball flag Monday night with an easy 83-57 conquest of Iowa Staite at Lawrence. Colorado stood off a late Oklahoma State charge and edged the Cowboys 62-59 at Stillwater. The versatile Kansas attack was carried by Bud Stallworth through the first half, and Dave Robisch picked up the tempo in the second half, while Aubrey Nash added an unexpected bonus. Robisch finished with 21 points, tying Gene Mack of Iowa State for top honors. Stallworth hit seven of eight field shots in the first half and finished with 19 points.
Nash, who entered the game with a 4.4 point average, canned 14 by sinking seven of 13 floor shots. The Jayhawks shot 50 per cent from the field, Iowa State 33 per cent. Kansas, which jumped from eighth to fifth in the national rankings, has a 12-1 record. Iowa State is 4-12 for the season and 1-3 in the league. Colorado had a fat 60-51 lead with 4:30 to go, but Oklahoma State battled to within 61-59 as Tony Kraus hit two free throws with 20 seconds to go.
Colorado's Jim Creighton missed a free throw with 14 seconds left the fourth one the Buffs blew in the closing minutes. The Cowboys set up Mike Jeffries for the tying field goal and he fired from 20 feet at the two-second mark, but missed. By STEVE SINCLAIR Concordia ended 26 years of basketball frustration, defeating Nebraska Wesleyan, 91-85, at Ira J. Taylor Gym Monday night. The win was the Builders first over NWU since 1945 and the first ever aginst an Irv Peterson coached Wesleyan team.
It also ended an eight game Concordia losing streak. NWU holds a 30-3 series edge. "We're not worried about the past," explained coach Bob Baden in a jubilant Concordia dressing room. "You're going to see a change in the way we play from now on." The hot-shooting Bulldogs utilized a controlled offense which resulted in 33 baskets in only 54 attempts. NWU hit two more field goals but took 81 shots.
"We tried to (fast) break at the start to see what they would do," Baden said, "but we had our offense under control most of the time." "We took good shots, and got a lot of lay ups," he added. gained the lead at 12-10 on a field goal by senior guard Tom Raabe. John Brown pushed Wesleyan back in front 20-19 on a short jumper, but Kent Berkeland promptly can- Sports High Scoring Mead FacesTough Weekend pionship teams at Michigan State and Wyoming, but this 1970 team of ours is the finest football team I've ever had the opportunity to be a part of," he said. Devaney observed that a national championship is the greatest honor which can come to an athletic team. Presenting a national championship trophy to Devaney and the Cornhuskers was Bob Johnson, general sports editor of The Associated Press.
By Ci ass 1- NorfoIk Catholic 2-David City (8-1) 3- Elkhorn (11-1) 4- Geneva (8-3) (10-0) 5-Loup City (9-1) Nebraska Prep Ratings By VIRGIL PARKER Prep Sports Writer 'When Mead and Yutan, a pair of Class high school athletic powers which are located just six miles apart, tangled in a basketball game last winter, there wasn't a seat left in the Mead gym after 5 p.m. With Mead rated No. 1 in the statewide top ten and Yutan No. 8, the Thursday night clash between the two is scheduled for Waterloo's more spacious facilities. "We thought it would be a Baseball The Kansas City Royals have announced the rehiring of Jack McKeon as manager of it's Omaha farm, club in the American Association.
McKeon has won three league pennants in the last three years, a feat unmatched by any other minor league manager in that span. The El Paso Sun Kings, a Class AA Texas League farm club of the California Angels, will move to Shreveport, for the 1971 season. The St. Louis Cardinals have received signed contracts from pitcher Frank Linzy, infielder Milt Ramirez and outfielders Jim Beauchamp and Jose Cruz. First baseman Ernie Banks who will turn 40 on Jan.
31, has signed for his 18th season with the Chicago Cubs, Kansas 83, IOWA STATE Iowa St. KANSAS 57 9 Russell 3 Robisch 6 Brown 11 Stlwrth 21 Nash 0 Klvisto 3 Williams 2 Douglas 2 Mask 0- 0 3-7 1- 3 1-J 0- 2 1- 0 2- 2 2-2 Engel Gibson Reinbch DeVilder Mack Brown Moser Johnson Snell Barcus 3 3-4 1 1-2 2 2-2 4 3-4 I 5-4 0 0-0 1 1-1 1 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Mathews Total 11 1S.1 57 Totals 37 -17 83 Iswa Stat 27 1057 4083 Kansas 43 Fouled out Non. Total fouls Iowa State 15.. Kansas U. Colorado 62, Oklahoma St.
59 it 4 i I i 1 14 is M. if good break tor Uie tans, mean Comment-Johnson-Brock knocks defending state champion Paw-coach Jim Heller says, nee City all the way from the top spot to No. 7 by winning the it's good experience to east Border Conference championship game. J-B, though a winner play on the bigger floor. That's in Its last six outings, is kept out of the.top ten for the time being at least, by three early-season losses.
Football Detroit Lion running back Bob Baden Looking Ahead ned two free throws, the first of nine straight Concordia points, and the Bulldogs never trailed again. Raabe and Berkeland each tallied 21 points to pace the winners. NWU guard Rick Boals fired in 23 to lead all scorers. Trailing by as many as nine points midway through the first half Wesleyan reduced the margin to four, 50-46, at the intermission However, Concordia regained momentum and pulled to a 12 point lead, 81-60, with six minutes remaining in the con Briefs Mel Farr has been added to continue playing further legal ac- SPOUTS SLATE All eventt frae unless followed -by all time a.m. unless bold- faced for p.m.
Tuesday Local Swimming Northeast v. Southeast at Lincoln High, 7:00. Wrestling Lincoln High at Southeast, 7:00. State Basketball Tarkio at Peru; Wayne at Doane; Offutt AFB at Pershing; Midland at Hastings. Wrestling Pins at Colorado Okla Stat Aaker 2 2-4 6 Kraus 3 5-7 11 Crehtn 7 4-7 IB Jeffries 3 3-4 Meely 7 1-1 15 Mullen I 2-4 18 Mitchl 5 0-0 lOAIford 4 1-1 9 Maulsby 3 O-l Clack 4 0-2 8 Shell 2 2-2 6 Merida 0 0 0 0 Hofmn 0 1-2 1 Dean 2 0-0 4 Teets 0 0-0 OWheelr 0 0 0 0 Plckns 0 0-0 0 Mitchl 0 0-0 0 Totals 24 10-1 42 Totals 14 11-18 Colorado 24 3442 Okla State 28 3159 Total fouls: Colorado 20, OSU If.
the NFC team for the Pro Bowl Sunday in Los Angeles. Texas offensive line coach Charlie Bradshaw has resigned to accept a similar job at Vanderhilt. Denver Bronco defensive backfield coach Dick MacPherson has been named head coach at the University of Massachusetts. Kansas State defensive coach Jerry Elliott has accepted a similar position on Tennessee coach Bill Battle's staff. District 1 Pawnee City (9-1) 2 David City (8-1) 3 Elkhorn (11-1) (10-1) (10-1) 4 Scribner (8-1) 5 Norfolk Catholic 6 Winnebago (8-1) 7 Ponca (10-1) 8 Elkhorn Valley Class 1-Mead-(8-0) 2- Overton (10-0f 3- Adams (10-1) 4- OdelI (7-1) 5-Benedict (10-0) Comment First eight teams stay CONCORDIA (91) ig-tga tt-tta rah b1 ta Schroeder 5-9 7-10 2 17 Berkeland 7-? 7-7 4 21 Raaba 9-18 3-9 3 3 21 Dahlke 3-4 2-5 10 1 8 Shrader 3-5 4-5 7 4 10 Kreoer 4-S o-o a Lohmeyer 0-0 2-3 2 1 2 Boren 2-2 0-0 0 1 4 Tealls 33-54 15-39 37 It 91 NWU (15) fg-fga ft-fla reb pi to Brown 7-14 2-4 5 3 1 Boals 10-21 3-5 7 4 23 Lintz 06 3-4 6 2 3 Hialf 5-11 2-2 4 2 12 Beecham 3-7 0-1 i 3 Renken 5-7 4-5 It 14 French 3-8 1-1 5 1 7 McLaughlin 2-4 o-o 4 4 4 Rine 0-I0-0I1O Buntemayer 0-2 0-0 1 Oberhelman 0-0 0-0 1 1 Totals 35-81 15-24 51 24 Concordia jo 41 91 NWU 44 39-85 FR05HMAN GAME Concordia 39 377 NWU 43 38-81 Concordia Mever 18, Werner 4.
Numeyer 14, Bauer 5, Sprengel 17, Volderlagi 1, Schultt 2, Roester Arnold NWU Wllber 14, Hass 15, DeBow 14, Peery 7, Anderson 13, Rhoades 10, Nielson 4. lllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllU TrUState Adds St. Paul earns i Le Mars, Iowa Dr. Laurence C. Smith, president of the Tri-State Conference, has announc- I ed that two St.
Paul, 1 colleges, Bethel and Concordia, will join the league. They will replace three a ska conference members Concordia, 1 Dana and Midland, who I now compete in the Ne- 1 bra ska Intercollegiate 1 Athletic Conference. 1 Other Tri -State Con- ference teams include i Northwestern Iowa, Sioux 1 Falls, S. Westmar, Iowa, and Yankton, S. D.
Pelster Extends Unbeaten String Norfolk, Neb. UP) Dick Pelster won a unanimous decision over Alfredo (Freddie) Jiminez of St. Paul, in the eight-round featured professional fight here Monday night. With the decision Pelster boosted his professional record to 6-0. In the other pro fight on the program card, Dale Hernandez of Omaha knocked out Willie Williams of Cleveland, Ohio.
with 2:50 of the second round gone in the scheduled six-round semi-final. Amateur Results Gary Bauer, Verdigre, KO'd Evan Durand. Omaha 1:19 of third. Steve Pelster, Petersburg, TKO'd Steva Booker, Omaha, end of second round. Neal Harrison, Norfolk, dtclsioned Garth Bauer, Verdigre.
Junior Pelster, Petersburg, declsionfd Forest Aldrich, Macy. Jim Hearti. Omaha, decisioned Frank Oviidn, Norfolk Nebraska Navy Governor J. J. themselves and mates.
from new Exon for their team- Oregon Andros, a Nebraska, speaker. State coach Dee former assistant si returned as guest "This is a great honor. I have never been No. 1 in anything. As a matter of fact I was born twins and came out second," he quipped.
"You earned everything you got," Andros told the Cornhuskers. "I know the price you paid to get as far as you got the sacrifice and dedication involved. "It takes tremendous pride, team pride and a burning desire to be great. There's no question in my mind but that Nebraska had all of these things. That is exactly why you are national champions, the No.
1 team ini America today." Andros Cornhuskers warned the not to become not to become complacent satisfied with yesterday's ac- compliishments. Devaney'g "back to earth" call was made to the Cornhusker underclassmen. He announced a squad meeting for 3 p.m. Tuesday to begin preparations for the defense of the national title. The Combuskers will have 35 lettermen returning from their unbeaten team.
The 1970 national championship 1 Seniors John Decker, Bob Grenlcll, Cuy Ingles, Rex Lowe, Dan Malone, Donnie McGhee, Dave Morock, Jerry Murtaugh, Bob Newton, Joe Orduna, Ed Periard, Paul Rogers, Dan Schneiss, Frank Vactor, Bave Walllne, Wally Winter. Juniors John Adkins, Jim Anderson, Van Brownson, Woody Cox, Phil Harvey, Gary Hollstein, Jeff Hughes, Larry Jacobsoji, Carl Johnson, Jeff Kinney, Bill Kosch, Tom McClelland, Pat Morell, Dick Rupert, Jerry Tag-ge, Bob Terrio, Bruce Weber, Keith Wortman. Sophomores Mike Beran, Joe Blahak, Jim Branch, Jim Carstens, Doug Dumler, Rich Glover, Willie Harper, Bruce Hauge, John Hyland, Doug Jamail, Doug Johnson, Monte Johnson, Jerry List, Bill Olds, John Pitts, Bob Pabis, Johnny Rodgers. Fights By The Associated Press NORFOLK, Pelster, Petersburg, outpointed Alfredo 'Freddie' Jiminez, St. Paul, welterweights.
PHILADELPHIA Rlcardo Arredondo, 1H0, Mexico, stopped Augia Pantcllas, 127, Broomall, 10. Basketball Spencer Haywood has won approval to with the NBA Seattle SuperSonics, pending ago after they all enjoy a week of wins, leaving no excuse to scramble order. Doniphan registers most impressive wins, could advance with continued success. Melbeta falls out, moving Yutan and Hildreth up, and making room for Chadron Assumption to join the list. District Leaders Virgil Parker 6- Scribner (8-1) 7 Pawnee City (9-1) 8 Milford (7-1) 9- Grant (8-1) 10 Madison (9-1) Leaders 9 Geneva (8-3) 10-Sutton (8-2) U-Osceola (8-2) 12-Loup City (9-1) 13-Franklin (9-1) 14 Arapahoe (8-3) 15- Grant (8-1) 16-Mitchell (11-2) 6- LitchfieId (9-1) 7-Doniphan (11-0) 8- Yutan (6-1) 9-HiIdreth (9-2) 10 Chadron Assumption (10-2) in the same order as a week 9-Litchfield (9-1) 10-Doniphan (11-0) 11- Overton (10-0 12- Trenton (5-2) 13- Venango (9-2) 14- Stapleton (7-1) 15- Bushnell (5-2) 16- Chadron Assumption (10-2) But this weekend Heller and his club know they face a stiff-er test two foes from the top ten on back-to-back nights.
"We won't be worrying about 100 points or having 12 guys score," Heller admits. "We'll be real happy to win." While the Class ratings appear much the same as a week ago with only some minor shuffling taking place in the last few positions of the top ten, Class underwent some major changes. Defending state champion Pawnee City saw its long winning streak end at 35 games and tumbled from first to seventh as ten-time winner Norfolk Catholic assumes the leadership role. Fouled Out: A 5,100. Meely, Colo Big 8 Standings Conf.
All Games Missouri 3 0 11 4 Kansas 10 12 1 Oklahoma 2 1 11 3 Nebraska 11 11 3 Colorado 11 9 5 Kansas St. 12 6 8 Iowa State 13 4 12 Oklahoma St. 0 2 5 9 Monday's Results Kansas 83, Iowa State 57 Colorado 62, Oklahoma State 59 Saturday's Games Iowa State'at Colorado Oklahoma State at Kansas Houston at Kansas State Oklahoma at Washington of St. Louis tion. Memphis Pro guard Bobby Warren will undergo surgery on a broken wrist bone and be lost to the ABA team for the rest of the season.
Hockey NHL right winger John McKenzie of the Boston Bruins has undergone surgery for a shoulder separation. Bobsledding World champions Horst Floth and Peppi Bader of West Germany were badly hurt Tuesday when they overturned on the linal stretch of the Cervinia, Italy track, site of the official trials for the world two-man competition. the kind we all nave to operate on when district tourney time rolls around." It's not the only challenge Mead faces this week. The Raiders travel to No. 4 rated Odell for a Friday night encounter before meeting Diller Saturday night.
"I don't even want to think about the rest of the weekend yet," Heller confides. "Yutan is big, has a good club, is in our district and it is a conference' game. And of course since we're so close together it's alwaya big rivalry game." Heller's club made the state tournament last season, gaining a first-round victory over Dorchester before bowing to Overton in the semis. "Though we only have two starters back from that club," he says, "they were our top two scorers and our first and third best rebounders." Mead has rattled off eight straight victories this season, scoring over 100 points in five of the eight outings. Corky Charles, a 6-3 junior, has picked up where he left off last year and is leading Mead with a 23ipointper-game average and 17 rebounds.
John Erickson, also 6-3 and a junior, is the other returning starter. Though he's knocking in nearly 13 points a game he's only fourth-best on the club this winter. Mike Couch, a starter when a freshman but who was away from Mead last year, Is back for his junior season. At 6-5, Couch is nearly even with Charles at 21 points and 16 rebounds a game. That's a taller front line than the Class A teams in Lincoln can field.
"But the funny thing," Heller adds, "is the fact thaftwo other CJass teams in College Bas kethall Ratings 1- Odf.ll (7-1) 2- Adams (10-1) 3- Bruning (4-3) 4- Benedict (10-0) 5-Mead (8-0) 6-Petersburg (5-2) 7- Wausa (4-6) 8- Chambers (8-1) just our own district are taller than we are. Yutan is 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 across the ront but has taller guards and Waterloo averages 6-3, with a 6-5 center, two at 6-4, another at 6-3 and one at six feet." Heller only starts one senior, 6-0 guard Rob Gottsch, (14 a game average), with 5-10 junior Steve Carritt at the other spot. Senior Don Simons is the sixth man. "We only have 10 varsity suits," Heller says, "but in four of the five games in which we scored more than 10 points we had 11 boys score and in the other, 12 ol them got on the books. We're bringing as many up for varsity experience as we can." AP 1.
UCLA (24) 13-0 552 2. Marquette (2) 13-0 494 3. Southern Calif. 14-0 448 4. Pennsylvania 13-0 373 5.
Kansas 11-1 295 4. Jacksonville 10-2 275 7. Western Kentucky 12-2 182 8. Tennessee 11-2 152 9. Notre Dame 8-3 121 10.
St. Bonaventurt 9-1 118 11. South Carolina 10-3 111 12. Kentucky 10-3 97 Utah State 10-2 97 14. Villanova 13-3 84 15.
LaSalle 10-1 74 14. Oregon 9-2 41 17. Fordham 12-1 37 18. Indiana 9-3 32 19. Virginia 11-2 29 20.
North Carolina 11-3 27 Other teams receiving votes, In alphabetical order: Baylor, Houston, lllirsis, Massachusetts, Memphis State, Michigan, Murrey State, Nebraska, New Mexico, Ohio State. Purdue, Weber State. UPI 1. UCLA (28) 13-0 304 2. Sou.
Cal (3) 144 280 3. Marquette (1) 134) 251 4. Pennsylvania 13-0 221 5. Kansas 11-1 144 4. Jacksonville 10-2 120 7.
Western Kentucky 12-2 84 I. South Carolina 10-3 49 9. lennessee 11-2 45 10. Villanova 13-3 44 11. Utah St.
13-2 30 12. St. Bonaventurt 9-1 28 13 Notre Dame 8-3 22 14. LaSalle 10-1 19 15. Oregon 9-2 15 14.
Fordham 12-1 14 17. Tie Kentucky 10-3 13 Tie Weber St. 10-1 13 19. Illinois 8-2 9 .20. North Carolina 11-S 8 Others recaivlns five or mora points: New Mexico, Louisville, Aritona Mte, Oregon State, Memphis State, Michigan.
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