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    Single Elimination
Tourney Set U
For IM Softbal
By BILL MUNDELL
Intramural Sports Columnist
Intramural Softball conceded
defeat to the elements today. By
an overwhelming margin, nature
and the April showers downed
the I-M softball round-robin
league play for the second straight
year.
With S6 of the first 46 sched
uled games rained out, the
round-robin participation in the
spring sport has been dropped.
In its place, as last year, a
single elimination tournament
has been set up to determine
this rear's championships.
Two tourneys have been estab
lished, one each for the Fratern
ity teams and the Independent
outfits, The champions of these
coliseum No. 3 at 5:45 p.m.
Alpha Tau Omega vs. Sigma Chi.
Tuesday, April 21
Ag Field No. 1 at 5:30 p.m.
Theta Xi vs. Zeta Beta Tau.
Air Field No. 2 at 5:30 cm.
Dleta Tau Delta vs. Pi Kappa
Phi.
Ag Field No. 3 at 5:30 p.m.
Cornhusker Co-op vs. Sigma
Alpha Epsilon. f
Ag Field No. 4 at 5:30 p.m.
Inter-Varsity vs. Dental College
Frosh.
Coliseum No. 1 at 5:15 p.m.
Lar.y Farmers vs. City YMCA.
Coliseum No. 2 at 5:30 p.m.
Navy ROTC vs. Baptist House.
Wednesday, April so
Coliseum No. 1 at 5:45 p.m.
two tourneys will meet, weather I Presby "0"se -Street Boys,
iwmiXiTH tvr the, 1Q!') All-TTni- inursuy, Jy I
versity itle,
A total of 48 teams will battle
for the crowns, 26 fraternity teams
and 22 Independent clubs. Six
additional teams have gained the
tournament play, joining the
original 42 outfits listed for league
competition. These teams all in
dicated a desire to enter a team
in this year's action, but failed
to meet the entry deadline.
It was decided that since the
Softball play was, in effect,
starting from scratch, these
teams should be allowed to
participate. They are Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, Phi Gamma
Delta, Zeta Beta Tau and Sigma
Alpha Mu in the fraternity
struggle and the City YMCA
and M-Street Boys In the In
dependent fray.
The opening round of play has
been set for this Monday, April
28 at both the Coliseum and Ag
College fields.' The first round
will continue through Monday,
May 5, with open dates set for
Wednesday, April SO find Sat
urday, May 3 for postponed first
round contests. In the event more
time is needed to complete the
first round because of weather
conditions, the secoond round will
be moved back accordingly.
The first-round schedule for all
cf the competing teams is:
Monday, April 28
Ag Field No. 1 at 5:30 p.m.
Sigma Nu vs. Acacia.
Ag Field No. 2 at 5:30 p.m.
Beta Theta Pi vs. Alpha Gamma
Bho,
Af Field No. 3 at 5:30 p.m.
Theta Chi vs. Kappa Sigma.
Ag Field No. 4 at 5:80 p.m.
Tau Kappa Epsilon vs. Phi Delta
Theta.
Coliseum No. 1 at 5:15 p.m.
Beta Sigma Psi vs. Brown Palace.
Coliseum No. 2 at 5:30 p.m.
Delta Upsilon vs. Phi Kappa Psi.
Freshman Jump Artist
Ag Field No. 1 at 5:80 p.m.
Lutheran Sturents vs. Ramblers,
Ag Field No. 2 at 5:30 p.m.
Psychology Department vs. Ag
Men's Club.
Ag Field No. 3 at 5:30 p.m.
Farm House vs. winner of Acacia
and Sigma Nu.
Coliseum No. 2 at 5:30 p.m.
Sigma Phi Epsilon vs. winner of
Teke and Phi Delt
Coliseum No. S at 5:45 p.m. ;
Pioneer House vs. winner of Beta,
Sig and Brown Palace.
Friday, May 2
Ag Field No. 2 at 5 p.m.
Delta Sigma Phi vs. winner of
Theta Xi and Zeta Beta Tau,
Ag Field No. 4 at 5 p.m.
Phi Gamma Delta vs. winner of
Cornhusker Co-op and Sig Alphs.
Coliseum No. 1 at 5 p.m. New
man Club vs. winner of Inter
Varsity and Dental Freshmen.
Coliseum No. 2 at 5 p.m.
Lillies vs. Delta Sigma Pi.
Monday, May 5
Ag Field No. 1 at 5:30 p.m.
Methodist House vs. Lazy Farmers
and City YMCA.
Ag Field No. 2 at 5:30 p.m.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon vs. winner
of Navy ROTC and Baptist House.
Ag Field No. 3 at 5:30 p.m.
Doan Nuts vs. winner of Lutheran
Student Association and Ram
blers. Ag Field No. 4 at 5:30 p.m.
Practical Arts vs. Nebraska Co-op.
Coliseum No. 1 at 5:30 p.m.
Vocational Ag vs. winner of M
Street Boys and Presby House.
Coliseum No. 2 at 5:30 p.m.
Norris House vs. winner of Psy
chology Department and A Men's
teams are urged to keep a
rinse watch of the bulletin board
aim LUC tuuilicjr melius i wit u.
building as to the correct time
and place of their contests, inis
will be - a single eliminatior
tournament, one loss and the team
is eliminated.
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Coach Ed Weir's Nebraska' spring.
rhin-clads will dual the Univer- casions.
Bis, Seven meet last
Courtesy Thr Linw'.s St Journal
HEADED FOR DRAKE . . . JEugene "Happy" McCue, freshman
broad Jumper, is on Coach Ed Weir's select erew to compete in
the Drake Relays at Des Moines, la. Friday and Saturday. Hoppy,
a member of Nebraska's potent broad jump trio, will be vying
against a field of great perfcroiers at the Drake Relays.
Husker Golfers
Face Colorado
Here Saturday
Novak To Sfarf
Against Sooners
Nebraska's gold team will be
Ray Novak, regular first base-
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man tor tne tlUSKer oaseoau
squad, will start on the mound
against the Oklahoma Sooners
14- mrill V ia first nf B
gunning for their third straight two-g&me series with Oklahoma,
conference victory when they
swing back into action against the
University cf Colorado at Hill-
crest Country Club,
The Husker squad, unde
feated so far in the season,
looms the team to beat in Big
Seven competition.
Coach Bob Hamblet will pick
four men by Saturday to carry
the Scarlet hopes against the
Buffaloes.
The remaining Schedule:
sity of Colorado Buffaloes in Lin
coln Monday, after their return
from Drake Relays at Des Moines
The Buffs, coached by Frank
Totts, display a well-balanced
track and field team which
should give the Huskers some
fine evenly matched eompeti
Although Coach Weir will take
only half a dozen men along to the
Drake Relays when he leaves
Thursday noon, he plans to enter
every man on the team in the CUU
meet Monday.
Don Bedker and Dan Tol
man are listed to make the Des
Moines journey for the hurdle
events. Glenn Beerline and Hop
py McCue will carry Nebraska's
hopes in the broad jump, and
Cliff Dale and Paul Grimm will
enter the shot put. Dale will also
compete in the discus event
But the Dray Relays do not offer
Nebraska's individual track stars
a chance to show their ability.
Such men as Lee Moore, ace dis
tance runner, ard other Husker
track standout will be unable to
run because only relay events will
be held on the track.
Sickness and injury of several
key members of the squad
dampened the Husker mentor's
hopes of fielding several good
relay teams capable of running
against the to s red competition
offered at Drake.
I dont see how we can score
too heavily as far as team points
are concerned," the cinder prof
said. "We're looking forward to
the Colorado meet Monday, when
we can count on team strength.'
The Buffaloes' strength is
concentrated mainly in the
hurdles, shot put and javelin
events.
Merwin Hodel, one of the lead
ing ground gainers in Big Seven
football last year, carries a jjreat
part of the load for the Silver and
Gold in the hurdles. He holds a
tie for the conference "indoor rec
ord in the low sticks.
Wally Tanner, number one man
George Holley, champion
javelin thrower in the confer
ence for the past two seasons,
puts Colorado in solid in that
event. Ted Wassara also placed
Husker Hurdle Champ
last vear's Big Seven champs,
Novak, who doubles as a full
back on Coach Bill Glassford's
grid team, has a record of one
win against no defeats for the
Coach Tony Sharpe said that for the Buff s in the shot put throw,
there would be no changes in the .has hit over 53 feet on several oc
regular lineup except for filling
in Novak's spot at the first sack. I
Bill Giles will take over at that hfj SdrklSSIQIl
position while Novak carries thep- ,1"""MM
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CONFERENCE TITLE-HOLDER . . . Don Bedker, Nebraska's Bir
Seven indoor champion in both the high and low barriers, will be
gunning for high stakes in the Drake Relays at Des Moines Friday
and Saturday. Bedker, now in his final sear of competition,
placed third last week in the high sticks in the Kansas Relays,
and hopes to win more track glory at Drake,
April 28 Washburn' college at will have Bob Reynolds at second
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, Pat Mallette, sophomore hurler
on Coach Tony Sharpe's Nebraska baseball team, holds one of the
top po'ltions on the pitching staff .Pat bowrt, a dean 1-0 rwrrA,
and hopes to add -another win te his credit during the team s trip
to Norman this wee end tor a series with the Oklahoma Sooners.
Switzer, Wilson Headed
For K-State Jump Mark
Wily Ward Hwtetl, the WjJ" ' Sate.
BobGieason
Will Pitch
For B Team
Despite still prevailing cloudy
skies, the Nebraska B baseballers
were still expecting the cry of
"play ball" to be heard Thurs
day at 4 p.m.
If thwarted Thursday by rain
the Nubbins will open against
Milford Trade school at Milford
Friday.
Coach Ed Berg announced
that Bob Gleason who has been
sent down from the varsity for
more seasoning will start' on
the mound for the Nubbins.
Don Muenster and Bob Kremke
will be used in relief.
Berg should field a strong club
with the addition of three var
sity performers. His infield has
been bolstered by the acquisition
of Al Karle, shortstop, and Fred
Seper, third base. Don Becker
will start in left field and lend
needed hitting punch.
The starting lineup and batting
order is as follows:
Al Karle SS
Dan Brown 2B
Denny Korinek CF
Fred Seger SB
Walt Finke RF
Don Becker LF
George Mink D3
Chuck Jensen f,
Bob Gleason F
Other players expected to see
action are: Gerry Sandbulte, Stan
Ebner, Len Singer, Don Sterba,
John Welch and Jack Crawford.
base, Ray Mladovich at shortstop
and Bob Decker at the hot corner.
The OU series looms as an
important one in the eyes of
Nebraska followers. The Scarlet,
ranked third in the league with
a two win, one loss record, need
both wins to say in the running
for the conference champion
ship. Fifteen men left early Thursday
morning with Coach Sharpe for
Norman by bus.
The squad list consisted of
Murry Backhaus, Jim CederhahL
Novak, Dick McCormick, Reyn
olds, Decker, Dick Cristoff, Pat
Mallette, Charley Wright, Fran
Hoffmaicr, Giles, Mladovich,
Mike Frei, Bob Piers and Jerry
Dunn.
Ping Pong Title
Eddie Sarkissian captured the
University YMCA ping pong
championship by defeating Don
Thackrey for the crown,
Sarkissian, who won top
honors in the University intra
mural table tennis tournament
earlier in the year, dethroned
Jerry Barrett for the 1952 title.
Barrett was the winner of the
1951 championship tourney.
Thackrey, woo gave Sarkissian hattan.
NU Tennis Team y
Meets Washburn
Here Monday
Nebraska's tennis' team will
play host to Washburn univer
sity here Monday, Matches for
the dual meet are slated to start
at 12 noon.
Coach Ed Higenbotham an
nounced that Mike Holyoke,
John Tatnm, Walt Weaver,
Tom Harrington and Bob Crook
would compete on the Husker
team.
A pair of top-flight tennis men,
11 -irf Blackbone, bolster
ihe Washburn team. They are said
,j 2 wo ot :na iop piayers in
die Midwest
Other tennis meets remaining:
May 2 Kansas State at Man-
a close final match for the cham
pionship, eliminated Barrett in the
semi-finals of this year s tourney.
May 3 Kansas at Lawrence.
May 5 Kansas State here.
May S&10 Iowa State and
This matched Sarkissian and , Missouri at Ames.
Thackrey fcr the final match for' M?y 12 Omaha university at
this year's championship. i Omaha.
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another 1-2 punch in the broad
jump which promises to be 'as
potent as the Wildcats' famous
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broad jump combination of 1D5D.
This time it U two Widest
ophomores, aM -American foot
baller Veryl Swlteer and bas
ketball star Gene Wilson, who
are piling up the points in the
broad jump event everytime
they enter a track and field
show. And Haylett. who tutored
the U.S. Olympic tern jumpers
In 1B4R, thinks he hus two of the
best in Switeer and Wilson.
Neither or the two young Cut
BthMcs hove approached the
murk of 25 feet, 2 inches, which
made little Herb Hoskins the
eojntry'B No. 8 brnnd jumper in
1B50. However, Switzer jumped
24 feet, 84 inches in the Colo
Ttido Indoor Invitntionul meet this
spring to equal DaniolBon's best
mnrk. Wilson leaped 24 feet to
win the KansHs Relays champion
ship lust Saturday after Switzer
injured a knee and hnd to be con
tent with third place with a jump
of 23 foot, B inches.
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Hoskins best mark Indoors as
a sophomore was made in the
Okluhoma-Kansas State dual at
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were made at the Colorado Indoor
Invitational Belays at Boulder.
Each of the jumping trio
made their besi sophomore
marks of the outdoor season at
the outdoor season at the Kan
sas Relays. However, both
Swltsier and Wilson will have
the Colorado Outdoor Relays,
three dauls and the Big Seven
conference meet in which to
better their present sophomore
marks. It is iMiasible that Bwlt
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