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Friday, March 30, 1951
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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ifctfe Ir-I!!. School Stars
Daily Nebraskaii All-State Teams
Johnny Keff, rramwrt. Janktr.
Mir Crt. Onti North, Senior.
Pwl rieastrom, NnrthrnM, Senior.
CtTd Cok, McOonk, Prator.
Stan ntatake, LtecoU Tnton, Staler.
Bob Beataealu, Omaha Trek, Scalar.
Rd lanr, Hllsrela, Senior,
rhaek 4mea, FwtD City, Scalar.
Ioa Mwtastar. Omaha Beasaa. Senior.
Boa Maefele, Omaha Toon. Senior.
Br Marshall Kashner
Johnny Neff, the Fremont fire-
Damn More; North natte. Senior.
Gary Helnile, North Platte, Senior.
Prank Falloon, Falls City, Senior.
John Andersoa, Grand Island, Senior.
Marrte Meiana, HeMmfe, Senior.
Don Mink, Omaha Bensea, Sevier.
Norm Coafal, lavU Uty, Senior.
.Sara BU, Chester, Junior.
Bob Armstrong, Chadron Prep, Senior.
Deaa Sloan, Lincoln, Jantar.
their teams were not contenders
lor the state title. The Vikings
fell in the second round of the
district tournament, while Mc-
east teammates to a second place wnctino-
STot on tha hiffhlv rpstwrtfwi API . . . ...
ball, will be the only pren eager Poll ratinrcTFredstrom walttf L
on the Dally Nebraskan All-State, until the state tournament to have ,1 7 XiT w
his worst evening of his high,
Ned Eekmaa, Pawnee City, Sealer.
Ron Smith, Omaha Benson. Senior.
Doyle Fyfe, David City, Senior.
Bopny MeCne, Arapahoe. Sealer,
do Carter, Lincoln, Senior.
Team that will be returning to the
high school maples next year. The
Tiger round bell artist was one of
the main reasons the Fremont
Tigers presently are donning the
state basketball crown in Class A.
Paul Fredstrom led bis North-
school career, and consequently
the Rockets were ousted from the
Rich Zich of Omaha North and
Clyde Cook of McCook were both
handicapped by the fact that
might be ranked with one of the
greatest variety of shots in any
prepster's bag. His steady play
led most prognosticators to favor
the Tutors to win the state Class
B crown. Matzke also ranked as
leading scoring in the local area,
averaging over 23 points per
The second team is highlighted
by a pair of fireball ers from
Omaha Tech. Bob Rosenquist and
Bob Mackie led the Maroons to
Fraternity ;B' All-Star Team
FIRST TEAM . SECOND TEAM
Murl Maupin Phi Gamma Delta F. Bob Watson Farm House
Bill Alexander Delta Upsilon F Ted James Alpha Tau Omega
Paul Gustafson Phi Delta Theta C Walt Weaver Phi Delta Theta
Ben Leonard Sigma Chi G , Ted Kratt Sigma Phi Epsilon
Larry Dunning Sigma Chi G Bob Britten Phi Kappa Psi
HONORABLE MENTION: Hod Meyers, Bill Russel Sigma Phi Epsilon; Don Lar
son, Bill Holmquist Phi Gamma Delta; Ray Vlasin-Farm House; Bruce Perrine Sig
ma Alpha Epsilon; Pete Keene Phi Delta Theta; Paul Shedd Beta Theta Pi; Wally
Reed Alpha Tau Omega; Larry Yost Phi Kappa Psi.
Sigma' Chi leads the 1951 Fra
ternity "B" All-Star basketball
team with two men on the first
team. The Sigs grabbed both
guard positions on the first line
up to lead the selections.
The Frat "B" team is the sec
ond of five such All-Star aggre
gations to come out in the next
few days. The team was selected
By Joha Sec
A brief period of generosity on
the part of the weatherman
brought the Nebraska baseball
team out of the field house annex
to the muddy but usable baseball
diamond during vacation. With
the opener with Drake university
scheduled for April 6, the break
in the weather, though short
lived, was hungrily utilized.
Bill Anderson, Dale Bunson,
Del Kopf and Coach Tony Sharpe
tossed batting practice while Bob
Steinburg, Ray Mladovich and!
Bob Lohrburg alternated behind
At the plate, outfielder Jerry
Dunn and catcher Lohrburg ap
peared to have no trouble in ad
justing themselves to the open
spaces. The two spanked the ball
all over the lot throughout the
afternoon. Most of the boys, how
ever, found their timing off.
Of Special Interest
Lohrburgs hitting is of special
handling ability of these two were
sufficient for the Techs ters to be
feared by their opponents
throughout the year.
interest and will bear watching.
Mladovich, first-sacker last year,
was shifted to the catcher post in
order to strengthen an assumed
weakness. If Lohrburg continues
to show hitting power and re
ceives the nod from Coach
Sharpe, the previously predicted lmxrj W 1
TiZV? $Eg Wffi , u invitational
of Mladovich. In this case, John Eleven top track squads may
ueacn ana Jim vzineiaer wiu have sent in their entry lists wnen
Big Field in
have the experienced letterman
to contend with for the first base
Around the infield. Bill Jensen,
Bob Reynolds, John Rego and
Ron Clark worked with ground
balls, while Bill Fitzgerald, Jerry
Dunn and Bob Diers shagged Hies
in the outfield.
When the "lucky old sun"
comes rolling around once again,
it is expected that inter-squad
games are on tap before Sharpe
determines the starting lineup for
the opener next Friday.
AROUND THE LOOP...
KU BasketbaU Coach
By Shirley Murphy
Dishonest journalism' is the cause that "Phog" Allen, KU
basketball coach, gives for the Associated Press dispatch Wednes
The dispatch stated that Allen said about Bobby Reynolds:
"Bobby Reynolds was offered $10,000 and a Cadillac to go to some
other school before be decided on Nebraska. That raises the ques
tion of what be gets at Nebraska."
Allen said the reporter left bis remarks dangling. He had went
on to explain that Bobby gets the same help as other Nebraska ath
letes and co more.
Don Boll, 250-pound Husfcer center, quit the Nebraska football rado's Dick Kearas in 1938 at the
team Wednesday. Bis reason was a heavy classroom schedule. Boll first indoor invitational.
the tenth annual Colorado invi
tational indoor meet gets under
way next Saturday afternoon.
Th entries are sure to include
representatives from five states
and five intercollegiate confer
ences. Already in are entries from
Arizona State, Border conference
champs; Wyoming and Colorado
A. & iL, powers of the eastern
division of the Skyline Six; Ft
Hays (Kan.) State, of the Kansas
state conference; and of course,
Colorado of the Big Seven.
Expected today or tomorrow
are entries from New Mexico U,
Denver IL, Colorado Mines, Colo
rado State, and Colorado College.
Kansas State, which would be a
rough opponent for the Arizona
Staters, may also enter the meet.
Individual stars in the college
division probably will include
Don Hildreth. the tall timber
topper from Tempe, who holds
both meet hurdle records; and
Gordon RiddeU, Colorado A. & M.
Wally Tanner and Augie Raso,
Colorado's Big Seven indoor shot
put and 60-yard dash champs,
will be on hand. And possibly, if
the Wildcats enter, Virgil Sev
erns the Pan-American games
high jump champion from Kan
sas State, will be in on the fes
tivities. Only two records seem in dan
gerthe 5010" shot put heave
set by KoUin PraUier of Kansas
State, and the 5,464-point sep
tathlon mark racked up by Co!o-
The Buffs' Wally Tanner and
Wyoming's Mickey Dunn will be
after those marks. Only returning
record-bolder will be Hildreth,
was a regular guard on the defensive platoon last fall and was
moved to offensive center la drills this spring.
When Coach Port Robertson refounded wrestling at the Uni-j but his own marks are so low be
versify of Oklahoma in 1M7 and sent his small squad of 29 on a! Prbly WOR t able to bctter
three-mile run along the river road, half of them quit on the' wn. Y,esin at 2:30
That was all right with Robertson. Hard physical condition as
the trademark of his Sooner mat squads. It was the biggest factor
in Oklahoma's winning tie National Collegiate wrestling champion
ship with a six -man team last week at Bethlehem, Pa.
Th OklHnma nmpil'lrff team's fierr climb from rjorjerjtitv to
a national collegia 1 chair pionship in five years is a sportj tra-jTC1 C-nirn-
pa Saturday with the septathlon
60-meter dash. After a recess
from S p.m to 7, the meet will
continue until the final event at
9:15 in the evening the septath
lon fOO-meier run.
... r4tswsl t. Jt -S WW IIIIIIIV1U
WiteVU ntu sTVtwm as BvraknV va-a U
Five Iowa Stile track men wd accompany Coach Burl Berry, To NCAA Meet
to the Purdue Indoor Relays in LaFayette. Indiana on- Friday. Dick snmmers, together with
Miner mill compete tn the lOM yard ran; Page Arnold, 60-yard Coach Jack McGuire, will repre-
f.fft; Joha Dickinson, 0-yard high hurdles; John WOSns, pole a l'"a btai in me fttAA
Jim Roberljuri. tfeot oat. swimmfcg meet at Austin, Texas,
McGuire's Big Seven champions
will have strong entries in the
sprints and the sprint relay. II c-
Guire indicated hed have e
tires in both reayls, the SO and
103-yard free styles, the bade
stroke, breast stroke, and poc-
B&z s3Ay the 220 and 440 free style
Iowa State will make its earli
est baseball start in history at
Tulsa Friday when it faces the
University of Tulsa nine.
Cap Timm and his touring
squad of 20 arrived in Tulsa
Wednesday and will remain there
the rest of the week, climaTing
the stay in Oklahoma's second
largest city with a 2-game series
with the Hurricanes Friday and
Saturday. After the game the Cy
clones probably will move on to
Still water in order to get in an
extra workout before facing the
Aggies Monday and Tuesday.
Timm indicated he'd probably
name Sterling Singley, ace right
hander; Jack laihring, left hand
er; Gene Hackberth, a third 1950
varsity member; and Charles
Frederickson, a sophomore, for
pitching duties at Tulsa. Bob Ja
cobson and Neal Thompson will
also be slated to see some action
on the mound.
Most likely starters included
Bob Sennewald, first base; Dale
Foell, second base; Frank Swan,
short; John Guernsey, third; Jack
Delbridge, Irv Stone and Wally
Burt, outfielders, and Tom Nor
Other men making the trip are
Jim Flint, Dave Makeever, in
fielders; John Fuhr, Sam Long,
outfielders, and Ray Stewart,
Twentieth man along with
Timm is Kennie Mann, senior
First home action for Iowa
State will be against Iowa Teach
ers, April 20-21.
entirely through the votes of the
Fraternity "B" teams and their
Each team was entitled to ten
votes, five for a first team and
five for a second outfit. Each first
place awarded that man five
points and each second place vote
was worth three points. Highest
total was not necessaril to place
a man on the first team. In
stead, the berths were won by the
men who got the highest per
centage of possible votes.
Ben Leonard and Larry Dun
ning are the two Sigs who hold
down the first team guard posi
tions. Other stars named on the first
lineup are Murl Maupin of Phi
Gamma Delta, Bill Alexander of
Delta Upsilon and Paul Gustaf
son of Phi Delta Theta.
Leonard received the highest
percentage of possible votes in
the Bee balloting, getting a near,
unanimous backing from his cage
Behind Leonard, the Sigs roar
ed to the semi-finals of the Bee
playoffs. He was the top Sig scor
er and one of the best ball hand
lers in the division.
Dunning was the second high
est Sig scorer and Leonard's
guard mate and playmaker.
Gustafson at the center post
led the Phi Delts in scoring
throughout the year and the tour
ney playoffs. He was a top re
bounder and controlled both
Maupin was one of the top
scorers in Bee competition. Al
though final tabulation of the
statistics is not yet complete, he
seems certain to finish among
the first five. He was a fast and
aggressive ball player.
Alexander was the top man of
a good aggregation of DU's. Be
hind his able ball handling and
scoring, the DU's reached the
The five teams have players on
the second team. The number
two lineup is composed of Bob
Watson of Farm House and Ted
! Jones of Alpha Tau Omega at the
forwards, Walt Weaver of Ftu
Delta Theta at the center post and
Ted Kratt of Sigma Phi Epsilon
and Bob Britten of Phi Kappa
Psi at the two guard positions.
Ten men received enough votes
to gain honorable mention on the
All-Star lineup making a grand
total of 20 men earning mention.
Ten teams drew mention in the
frat "B" all-star outfits.
The ballots for the Independ
ent and fraternity "A" all-star
teams are still. being accepted.
The Independent votes will be
taken up to 3 p.m. Monday and
tha Fraternity "A" ballots until
3 pjn. Tuesday. The All-University
Intramural basketball team
and the final cage ratings will
appear in Thursday's or Friday's'
paper of next week.
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6:49, 9:39. "Senate Crime Inves
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