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14 TIIE LIXCOLX STAR Friday, January 23. 1953 Darkhorse Club Wins Again Blair, Bellevue In Aksarben Meet Finals Bluir IW Belle vne 40 RESULTS THURSDAY It was the first loss of the sea - GAMKS FRIDAY , Blair Reserves vs. Belleva Rt - Serve. 8: IS .m. Blair vt. Bellevue. Lincoln Star Special WAHOO Blair and Bellevue will meet in the finals of the Aksarben tourney here tonight after Blair blasted Valley, 63 - 43, and Bellevue upset Platts - mouth, 40 - 22, in semifinal tilts Thursday night. The finals are slated for 8:15 p.m. tonight. V: PiammS son for Merle Stewart's watts - moutn Jbiuejays, ana came at hands of a team that refuses to accept defeat. And it was the same team that ousted highly favored Wahoo from the tournament in the first round of play Wednesday night, 41 - 39. Plattsmouth rushed to an early 3 - 1 lead, but dimunitive Guard Terrell Wichert rallied for a field Charles Eriksen hit four buck ets and Center Tom Ehlers racked up six points during the third frame. Blair outscored Valley, 22 - 10, during the stretch heat as they won going away. Eriksen with 15 and Ehlers with 14 topped the scoring for Blair while Harry Johnson and John Haessler each notched 13 for Valley. . I Z '... W r ,4,.?. IV 1 PUttraHrath (22) fg ft f Ahrnisf 2 SKffl mm goal and a pair of gratis shots to jnevcraief o send Bellevue ahead for good with;N t g the first quarter less than two;pukf 0 minutes old. teSrk. o Don Holmes, a towering 6 - 5 Jj'n c e o center, led the Bellevue assault wood l with 17 points on five field goals S nnH seven free 'throws. Wichert Biouer o collected 12 points for the evening. John Ahrens and Jim Jacques paced Plattsmouth's scoring, with seven points each. In the evening's opener, Blair, the tourney favorite, moved to a 14 - 9 first - quarter lead and was never in danger, although Valley managed to knot the count at 20 - 20 some three minutes before the half ended. Blair, leading by 25 - 23 as the third heat got under way, rolled rapidly as Forward BcIIcvm 40 ( ft 3 - 1 1 4 Brand f 0 0 - 6 3 Daniclif 0 0 Haastlf 0 1 V n Haf'B f 0 0 - 0 0 - 2 0 - 0 3 - 6 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 1 - 2 1 - 3 0 - 0 0 Voaikaf 4 Holme C 1 Phelpac 0 Rrickwn g 0 Homan 2 Hupp g 4 Ludwif t 1 Wichert g Totali 7 8 - 30 20 Platttmouth Uellevue . Blair (S3 f ft Dachman f Enknen ( Jensen f Larsm f Khlerac Knale c KIopp e Paine g Madsen g O'Han'n g Murdoch g 2 - 8 1 - 1 3 - 3 0 - 2 4 - 8 0 - 0 0 - 0 5 - 7 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 Totab 2416 - 27 24 Totalt 1121 - 39 16 Blair 14 11 16 2263 Vallcr 8 14 10 1043 Official! Stan Skaug and Frank Smagacz. f i , . ', - 1 ygjintui - wmmM" km i i . l mi . , " i.hn i if 1 Q - 2 Oil. :.,.$. . . 1 m.AMp - y,. - . c - af 1 I i l , - - T - - if 1 - . 5.x . w f 1 o o - o o! ? - V ; - , IL - 5 I v ft 0 0 - 0 0 " "t:i 1 - 'l' - f 3 7 - 13 3 ' V' . V,. ; f 0 0 - 0 0 rMtt Mjf , oo - oo i - - 41'. 1 pf . 1 ill. !. . in, rM,n..rl,M, n.nn M.ll - J ' - ' . , i , ,nn. ,.T ,,,, n,,,.,, ...i Total! 10 20 - 32 17 1 7 4 7 422 ! Valley 43 fg ft Zareter f Appleby f Thomp'n f Haessler e Harris c H'rdman 0 Johnson t McClel'n g Seef ua g Wcldoo g ,1 Hi Kansas State To Be Next Husker Foe; Here Feb. 7 ebharka's Cornhuskers get a N brief rest before resuming Big Seven Conference basketball .... a A A.. competition against Kansas oiaw here Feb. 7. While resting, how ever, they will be taking semester final examinations. Only eight games remain on the Husker slate, three at nome, aeainst Kansas State, Colorado on Feb. 9 and Oklahoma Feb. 28. On the road Coach Harry Good's crew will face Kansas Feb. 14, Oklahoma Feb 16, Missouri Feb. 21. Iowa State March 2 and Kan sas State March 10. Right now Nebraska is tied with Missouri for third place in the loop standings, each with a 2 - 2 mark. Fred Seger, stellar guard, re - j. a - w V . ...I... mains atop tne nusKer scoring after 12 games. Seger has aver aged 13.9 points per game for a total of 167. Bill Johnson, 6 foot 7 inch center, has bucketed lost five games so far. Victories have been earned over South Dakota, Springfield College, Bradley, Iowa State, Harvard, Colorado and Missouri. The Cornhuskers have lost to Minnesota, Kansas twice, Colorado and Iowa State. THE WINNING GRIN Ditty Don. former lattbalt pitcher for th St. louig Cardinals, wears a big Texas liaf and equally big Mtnil as bm arrives at (he San Francisco Airport Tburtday. Dean, along with AI Simmons, iowrly of the Philadelphia Athletics, was voted into bagoball's Hall of Fame. They were the 63rd and 64 in names to bo nghrincd af Coopersfown. N.Y. (AP Wirephoto.) Mangrum, Bolt Take Phoenix Golf Honors PHOENIX, Ariz. (INS) Pro fessional Golfers Lloyd Mangrum, Tommy Bolt and Toby Lyons teamed with three local amateurs Thursday to tie for pro - amateur honors in a prelude to the $10,000 Phoenix Open Golf Tournament. Mangrum, playing with Amateur Milt Wershow of Los Angeles; Bolt with Gill Dye of Phoenix and Lyons with Tom Dye of Phoenix each received a $350 check for completing the best - ball round in 6210 under par. Mangrum, winner of last year's Phoenix Open, will lead a bulky field of 136 professionals into today's first round play at the Phoenix Country Club. The 72 - hole tournament, a reg ular stop on the PGA winter circuit, will continue through Monday. Jimmy Clark of Laguna Beach, Calif., had the best individual score among the pros today a five - under - par 67. Church League Basketball RESULTS THURSDAY CUm B Trinity Methodist 28. 1st EUB B; West minster Presbyterian 22, Havelock Methodist 10: 1st Baptist 15, St. Paul Methodist 12; Holy Trinity Episcopal 35, Warren Methodist 19. Husker Cage Statistics INDIVIDUAL BASKETBALL STATISTICS US gam Player G WGA FG Pet. FTA FT Pet. KB PP Frc4 aWaar IS 1SS SS .STS 73 SI .6tt TT t Bill Joansoa IS 1S3 48 Jm 111 67 .604 121 49 Joe Ooo4 ... IS 12S 44 .352 S3 57 Ml SS SS Willard Fagler .... 12 71 2S .394 SO 39 .950 8 14 Gerald BaadfeUtg ... 12 8 22 .379 31 24 .774 23 18 IOB Weber ....... IS 55 SO .384 48 S8 .609 78 SX Gary Keazelauu .... 12 47 19 .404 SI IS .714 42 33 Htaa Matzke IS S3 17 .254 IS IS JMIT SO 24 Paal Fredstroai ..... 18 8 .375 SO 18 .6(0 SI 18 Dark Bmaha S S 1 .200 S S .687 4 ft Murray BacMumg ... 6 4 1 .250 S S 1.000 S 0 boa Maeaeter S S 1 .333 0 8 .000 t 1 Frank Fallow ..... 3 4 9 .00 4 S .500 6 Dave Faarhach ..... 4 1 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 Lelaad Dobler 1 0 0 .000 0 .000 1 Ttasa 10 - gjfe ' nil Miff a iwa mm HP' H 10$; TP Avg. 167 1S.9 163 13.S 145 ll.t 95 T.f 68 S.T 68 S.T 53 4.1 ; 4T s.f SO 8.8 4 0.8 4 8.7 - M 0 .' Totals 12 OppoaeaU ........ IS T29 265 163 479 SIS 4164 823 S45 170 .320 425 164 .621 433 GAME BY - GAME STATISTICS Agaiast Boath Dakota Minnesota prinaflet4 Colks FC.A 62 55 79 70 80 radley Kansas Iowa Statt 66 Colorado 60 Harvard 71 Colorado , 54 t Kansas 41 tlowa Stat 1. 54 tMissoart 57 FG 12 17 S3 26 12 31 15 32 13 17 13 10 Pet. .3X5 .309 .316 .371 .367 .470 .150 .451 .426 .415 .178 .351 FTA 45 38 46 34 SO 42 34 39 41 85 43 52 FT 11 28 SS It 12 21 23 28 34 15 30 33 Pel. .467 .737 .698 .618 .733 .500 .676 .718 .829 .714 .698 .635 27T 323 RB 51 19 63 40 38 47 40 61 16 47 35 46 84S 804 PP 80 19 10 16 15 IT 13 20 19 14 15 19 T6.T 7.0 TP 63 61 81 T3 , 66 88 . 33 91 80 ' 59 60 73 Totals . ... 729 265 .365 Deaotea Big Seven Toaraaaieat games. tKegnlar conference games. OPPONENTS' 479 118 .664 513 171 848 Against Nebraska FGA Boat Dakota 48 Minnesota ........ SO Sprinafleid College 67 Bradley 66 Kansas . 77 Iowa State , 90 Colorado 63 Harvard 63 Colorado 79 Kansas 73 Iowa State 82 tMissoart 56 Milford, Utica In 'A' Fi na Is At Sewa rd RKHCLTS THURSDAY Class B Semifinals Concordia Reserves 52 ... I'tlca Reserves 43 Milford Reserves 59 Pleasant Dale 21 Class A Semifinals Milford 41 Garland 40 Ltlca 56 Concordia 37 GAMKS FRIDAY Claw A Finals P.m Milford vs. Utica. Class B Finale 7 a.m. Milford Reserves vs. Concordia Reserves. Lincoln Star Special SEWARD Milford and Utica will sauare off In the Class A 163: finals of the Seward Countv bas - and guard Joe Good 145. Forward t ketball tournament here tonight fir1l. J TT i 1 i 4. a.L . ... " Bell Voided Brown Dressen Says Contract With GridjN f. , . Star Bill Anderson . . v To Be 'Tough' PHILADELPHIA (INS) Na tional Football League Commis sioner Bert lieu said unursaay night he has informed the Cleveland Browns that he has voided Ham, Bacon Shoot FO IS SS S7 St 39 31 S3 19 S3 SO S7 17 Pet. .SMI .375 .403 .318 .377 .344 .305 .306 .278 .267 .829 .304 STATISTICS FTA 49 48 SO 41 S3 26 84 28 f 8 37 40 ' 41 PT Pet. 29 A9t 27 - .563 19 .633 23 0161 15 .652 17 .654 St .618 15 .536 SI .750 S3 .676 24 .600 28 .683 RB 22 43 39 58 28 40 SO 29 26 46 39 33 PP 28 36 32 20 to t7 23 27 81 S3 SI S3 TP 53 Tl 73 63 73 . 79 I 6T 53 5 85 78 . 63 Totals 845 270 .320 425 S64 .621 433 S23 804 The Salt Valley Gun Club will hold a ham and bacon snoot the Club grounds, eight miles ! north of Lincoln between 14th and 97th SnnHsv etarfinff At 1 Sfi n.m.l M9 gbMaAvaajAf a? Mtssj w v awv aw - at EV1 LISTEN TO YOUR FAVORITE SPORTS PROGRAM TOIWGRT Kimmel Country Club Co. (Exempt ftatnrdav and Son day) DECATUR, 111. UP Charlie Dressen, manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, told his home town friends Thursday night that 'the their contract with Bill Anderson,! National League race in 1953 will star halfback at Compton (Calif.) ibe a tough one." College. Dressen delivered the main ad - Anderson, son of famous Negro dress at the annual Staley Manu - Comedian Eddie (Rochester) An - facturing Co. award dinner, at - derson. was the first choice by . tended by 700. ' PS? If 1 I r CHALLENGER Joan Weidmon (above) and Ida May get a crack at the World's Tag Team title held by June Byern and Mary Jane Mull at the Fairgrounds next week, Girls1 Tag Team Crown At Stake A match for a world champion ship headlines next Tuesday's Fairgrounds mat card, Professor Adam Krieger announced Thursday. June Byers of Houston, Tex and her new partner, Mary Jane Mull of Toledo, present holders of the women's tag team championship, will answer a challenge by Ida May or Norwich, Conn., and Joan Weidman of Long Beach, Cal. Miss Weidman has a vengeance motive in the upcoming bout. She lost to Miss Byers last week in her first appearance in the local ring. The title bout will go two falls out f three to a finish. In a preliminary bout, Bobby Kelson, rising star of television, makes his debut here against Iron Mike DiBiase. The match, which gets under way at 8:30, will also be a two - out - of - three but with a 45 - minute ceiling. Iowa Staters Next On Husker Grapple Slate University of Nebraska wrestlers, victorious over South Da kota State, Grinnell College and Minnesota State Teachers at Man - kato, will have a layoff until Jan. 31 while squad members take their semester final exams. On that date, Iowa State, run - nerup in last year's Big Seven Conference wrestling champion - shiDs. will meet the Huskers in the Coliseum at 7:30 p.m. Other remaining dates on the Nebraska grapplers' slate: Feb. 6. University of Wisconsin 8t Madison; 7, Cornell College at Mt. Vernon, Iowa; 13, Colorado State Teachers at Greeley; 14, University of Colorado at Boulder; 18, Kansas State here; 21, Minnesota here. March 6 - 7, Big Seven Conference meet here Clay Center Edges Hastings St. Cecilia Lincoln Star Special HASTINGS Clay Center edged St. Cecilia of Hastings, 47 - 44, in the last 35 seconds of play to win a Southern Nebraska Big Eight Conference game here Thursday night. A free throw by Bob Thomas with 35 seconds left and a subsequent bucket by Jake Moser broke up an existing 44 - 44 deadlock. City League Basketball RESULTS THTRSDAY , Class B - 2 Navy Whippets 28. Navy Reserves 26. Class C - 2 Red Raider 23, Nebraska Salesbook 20; Blue Devils 23, Southwest Community Center 15; Lancaster LcxIkc 25. Question Marks 16. Jr. League .. KFOR 18, Flyers 16. ;irls Volleyball Elgin 36, School of Commerce Students 12. Willard Fagler leaped into the No. 4 spot with 95 by pouring in 22 points against Missouri as the Huskers won 73 - 62 here Monday night. Nebraska has won seven and Bowling in semifinal Thursday the Chicaeo Bears Thursday in the NFL's player draft. Bell said there had been some "misunderstanding" and the Browns had signed the younger Anderson last week, thinking he was a "free agent." 'I informed the Browns of their mistake and voided their contract with Anderson," Bell added. GOODVEAB MEN'S LKAGIB Development beat Kmrtntcrs, S - l. TranuniMioii beat V - llelt Hulld, S - t. V'ilelt t'Nra beat Accounting. S - l. Merchandise beat Personnel, SVtr44 Hitch ind. swnti Jack Kieke ........ . 122 HlKh team wriest Merchandlst ,..S,4t.1 II ink ind. seritsi Bob Adams........ MO Higk team gainst Development. ....... M26 KOWL - MOK INDUSTRIAL LEACVK Nebraska Typewriter beat Dr. Pepper, t - 1. Lincoln Klectric beat t.lobe laundry. S - l. Tin Treat beat Robert Dairy, 2Va - H. KkHircrafter beat Hchlitz. S - i. riigh Ind. game: B. Graham 21S High team series! Tro Treat t,54N High ind. eeriest B. Graham S70 High team garnet Tin Treat V21 BOWL - MOR LADIES' LEAGUE Milady Coffee beat Krause Roofing. S - l. Kosewell's beat NalioauU Bank of Commerce No. 1. t - 1. First National Bank beat National flank of Commerce No. 2, 2 - 1. Plum HI. Market beat Program Service, S - l. Hieh Ind. name! Marie Meitinger. . . . 102 High team eeriest Milady t offee 2.026 High ind. eeriest Jennie Ledermaa.. 4 to High team garnet Krause Roofing ... 736 JOURNAL - STAR LEAGUE Thla Spaces beat Typos Deluxe. S - l. Line Casters beat Matrix Kids, 3 - 0. High Ind. aamet Fred Rill 20S High team eeriest Line Casters. ....... 1.759 High Ind. eeriest Fred Hill ...i Ml High team garnet Line (asters 643 VETS ADM. HOSPITAL LEAGUE Medical Rehabilitation beat Doctors. S - l. Odds & Knds beat Registrar, S - l. Finance tied Laboratory. 2 - S. Knutneers heat Nurses. 4 - 0. Hiuh ind. aamet R. Penhall 200 High team eeriest Odds A Ends. .. . . .t,24 High ind. eeriest R. Penhall.. 842 High team garnet Registrar .. ,. 787 ROHEWILDB LAD1HS LEAGUE Duffy's bent Majestic Furniture, S - l, Lincoln Cleaner beat Rob Nob, S - 0. Capital Venetian Blind beat George's Mart, 2 - 1. W. T. Grants beat Hollywood Cleaners, 2 - 1. High Ind. game: Duffy's ...704 High team eeriest Lincoln Cleaaere ,...1040 Tlixh Ind. seriest Irene Hevera ........ AO 4 High team aamet Irene Hevcra ........ lvl WOODMEN ACCIDENT LEAGUE Accident beat Medical Expense, t - 1. Group beat Hospitalization, S - 0. Sickness beat Sure. Reimb.t t - 1. Annuities beat Life, 2 - 1. lih init. umn Dal Arnst IBI High team series: Group ,.137 High ind. series: Mike Adams ...... A17 High team game: Group 483 AMERICAN LEGION LEAGUE Wendell Groth Ins. beat Italian Village, S - 0. Modern Cleaners beat A O Grocery. S - l. First Nail Bank beat Stump Construction, S - 0. Town Pump beat Seven Up, S - l. High team eeriest Town Pump ........ X6S2 High team aamet Town Pump 9tt High ind. seriest Carl Johnson ........ nil High ind. garnet Carl Johnson 225 BOOSTER LEAGUE Bismarck Cafe beat Johnson's Place, S - 0. Wonder Bar beat Best Laundry, 2 - 1. Ernie's Used Cars beat Budwelser, t - 1, Beckers "" Her. beat Ralph's 1GA, S - l Naval Reserve beat Ted A Rene, 2 - 1. Olson Construction beat L. J. Messer Co., S - o. High Ind garnet C. Ver Maas . 232 High tnd. eeriest J. Spachmnn 570 High team name: Ernie's Used Cars .... KNtt High team series: Ernie's Used Cars ...2540 LANCASTER LEAGUE SfiOfl Bears beat Lincoln Steel Wkf., t - 1. 3606 Cobs beat Die tie Music House, 2 - 1. Coca Cola beat Van Sickle Glass, 3 - 0. Maul Bros, beat Hawthorn. 3 - 0. Parrish Motors beat Hansen Trucks, 8 - 0. Western Union beat Mentis Hdwre., 3 - 0. High Ind. game: B. Denny 223 High ind. seriest 1. Johnson 570 High team name: 3606 Cubs 847 High team seriest 3606 Bear 2507 after both turned round triumphs in night's action. Milford edged past Garland, 42 - 40, while Utica blasted Concordia, 56 - 36. In Class B play, the Milford Reserves also won their way to the finals with a 59 - 21 win over Pleasant Dale, while Concordia's Seconds halted the Utica Subs, 52 - 43. In decided contrast to the dull I tica - Concordia tilt which saw Utica move Into a quick lead it never relinquished, the Milford - G rl a n d tilt was a thriller all the way to the wire. Although Milford led at every quarter post, Garland repeatedly gained two and three - point leads only to see the Eagles again edge into the fore Milford held a 10 - 8 lead at the quarter and was out front 22 - 20 at half time and 31 - 30 at the end of the third heat. Trailing, 37 - 42, with only seconds left, Jim Hart - man hit for a bucket late in the game and Paul Schaudt, fouled by a Milford player as the buzzer sounded, made one of two free throws to make the final tally 40 for the losers. D. Hershberger and Ron Wil liams hit 12 and eight points re spectively for Milford, while Dar - rel Ahlschwede and Elton Schulz had 11 apiece for the losers. Lanny Grosse and John Gie - belmen proved to be the big funs in Utica's 56 - 37 triumph. Grosse notched 20 points and Giebelman 12 to become the fame's highest scorers. Gerald Martin of Concordia followed with 11. California Racing Chiefs OK Record Stakes Program LOS ANGELES (INS) The biggest stakes program in Hollywood Park racetrack's history was approved Thursday by the California Horse Racing Board for the 50 - day race meeting from May 12 to July 18. Vice - Dresident and General Manager J. F. MacKenzie of the Inglewood Turf Club announced that 35 stakes will be run for a total of $850,000, compared to the $705,000 for 23 stakes of 1952. Highlight of the Hollywood Park season will be the Hollywood Gold Cup, slated for July 11 - the only race in the world for which $100,000 Is guaranteed to the winner. Among the more important It was with the Staley nine in an exhibition fame against the Chicago White Sox in 1919 that Dressen started on his baseball career with Moline, 111., of the Three I League. "The St. Louis Cardinals, New York Giants and Philadelphia - Phillies should be in contention; with the Dodgers for the crown," i he said. "It all depends on what! we all do in the way of improved hurling in several spots." Dressen also played quarterback on the original Staley football i team which in 1922 was to be - i come the Chicago Bears. Colorado Lowers Age Limit To 18 For Betting Fans DENVER (INS) - The Colorado ; Racing Commission voted Thurs - l day to permit persons 18 years of j age and older to wager at the; state's five dog and horse racing! tracks. The new rule replaces a regulation which failed to contain a specific age limit, but in effect j required persons betting or col - j lecting wagers to be 21 or older. 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