The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 11, 1952, Page Page 3, Image 3

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    Thursday, December IT. 1952
Post 1
Tho Lineup
Improved Defender
am Response Can
Sam Lincoln Baseball
v y r y
.... Chuck Klasek
$10 Is All ...
Ten dollars is all It takes to become a sMMrh t
coin civic Baseball Association and from the conversation I've beard
7 "louIK campus, it appears as though many University
.vUV.cljia j eomg l0 maKe me investment.
donKt ihe.n2?r,derint m?ve oue. because we Just
? V,'1"t re' bebU to be taken from the City
T? W till further we hate to see the one thousand
StSlSSAS& CtpUo1 c,ty deprive- - -
, J&j?JH"W "uPPorters have been asked
21 "U1"c"8 mis: -jeor value received, and In con-
iaura ot me pieages 01 others, I hereby
Pledge and promise to subscribe shares
of ($10 per share) stock In the Lincoln Civic
, Baseball Association, a corporation, to assist in
I the purchase of players, equipment, and In the
.'maintenance of a professional baseball team to
! represent Lincoln, Nebraska, in the Western
, - League of Professional Baseball Clubs."
the L,nco,n Association is able to raise
A If'y- the Western League will add
m 115,000 to this total and Lincoln will be assured
' I of a representative in the Western Learue this
i V",' Blu.Hy has already been contracted as
Business Manarer. and h i tn..i.
1ft acurr1 a h I-... . . .
Wm. .ih- tn .ijmlTV": "r."' opiionea oy major
J. w i v j,. . . nw, ne naa a manager ready to siirn
to Vo?t oILi'J" 'I'll1" thls y. Hayes was Quick
? ?Ut tht ?u, of 83 clubs that won ""nor league pen
Lr,.i .r.rfied ""dependoiti. Denver of the Western
League was one of these champions.
In a small way, even University students can help in keeoin
baseball in Lincoln by buying shares in the association. I think I
!. laiV!yi" lfW y. accept these offersVf
Z"KfY r., V7 1 "1C sluae' AS one staunch University base
pau ian put It, Even though I could not exreet
turn on the one share I buy, I still would have that feeling of per
sonal pride within me that I am part of the move that permits
the game of baseball to continue in Lincoln." permiis
A Tribute To Ed ; - i : "
As one member of the Cornhusker grid squad put it, "Ed
Husmann was one of the most underestimated and unheralded
players on the Nebraska football team this year." With this state
ment we must agree. Ed Husmann, who came up the hard way
in Husker football -through the ranks of reserves and "B" team
ers was one of the greatest defensive players in the history of
Nebraska football. He is to be congratulated for his invitation to
play in the East-West Shrine game during the Christmas holidays.
Ed, during his playing career, never missed a single practice
and never once suffered an injury in practice or during an actual
fame. This describes only briefly the dependability and loyalty of
;d Husmann to his team, coaches, and school. He can only be
pointed to as an outstanding example in this day when football
players are being maligned by the intense program of collegiate
football de-emphasis.1
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Cftultcsy Lincoln Journu..
IMPROVES EYE . . . The sharp-shooting of Jerry Sandbulte,
junior cage letterman, was one of the bright spptp of Nebraska's
drab win over South Dakota last Saturday. Jerry's ability at the
guard spot this year has improved to the extent ,that h will be
one of Coach Harry Good's first line reserves. ;
Intramural Sports Columnist
Independent and fraternity "B
continued their pre-Christmas ac
tion Tuesday nieht as basketball
once again gained the intramurtd
In probably the top game of
the evening, undefeated IIoop
sters won its second straight by
toppling the Dorm B Bullets on
a 44-41 tally. It was the first
loss in two outings for the Bul
lets. It was a nip-and-tuck affair
all the way with the two teams
matching points in three or the
quarters. Only a three-point bulge
in the second canto saved the
Hoopsters' unblemished mark.
Scoring Duel
It was a scoring duel between
a pair of members of each team,
but when the final analysis was in,
it was the support of these scor
ing leaders that told the tale.
Chuck Huestis with 19 points and
Norris Eckland with 13 turned in
he too cerformance for the Bui
ets, outshining -their Hoopster
rivals. Virg Gottsch and Bob
Kremke who potted 13 and 11, but
the latter pair got scoring assist
ance from five other mates that
provided the victory. Eight coun
ters in the final period by Hoop
r IKyinnirals
Forty-three University of Ne
braska freshmen have qualified
for their football numeral awards,
Freshman Coach Bob Faris announced.
In the list were seven ends,
nine tackles, seven guards, five
centers, three quarterbacks, nine
halfbacks and three fullbacks.
Numeral winners:
Ends: Ralph Weddle, Nebras
ka City; Dean Lux, North
Bend; Ronald Ramsey, Tecum-
Partin Divides
Wrestle Squad
Into Varsity S
. Al Partin. University of Ne-
v,rairo -..rrne-niB .aK ,o. Isquad will fly to Mineapolis this
..ij v,.-- ' u.vH.Jweek-end for a Saturday .night
,,utu ",a mou game with the university of Min
-i. 1- ! T- 'lt- 11 11.. .a i . i . .
Good Picks 12-Man
Squad For MU Trip
A 12-man Nebraska basketball
meet which will follow the
Springfield College-Nebraska bas
ketball gamo Wednesday, Dec. 17.
The freshman and B team
matmen will oppose the var
sity. And in most intances;
PARTIN . . . Divides Squad
Coach Partin hesitates to pick
a winner. The lineups:
Varsity Freshman B Squad
123 lbs. Don Bean, Lincoln vs.
Rich Jackson (Sr.), Omaha.
130 Dorrell Adamson, Chero
kee, la. vs. Tom Anderson (Soph.)
137 Hilmere Deines, Culbert
son vs. Hray O'Hanian (Soph.),
147 Perry Leitel, Omaha vs.
Jerry Korisko (Fr.), Omaha.
157 Jim Klingsporn, Polk vs.
Arnold Morton (Fr.), Oberlin,
167 David Mackie, Omaha vs.
Charles Bryant (Soph), Omaha.
177 Lawrence Goll, Blue Hill
vs. Dick Husmann (Soph.), Ogal
lala. Heavyweight Ed Husmann,
Ogallala vs. Max Kitzelman
(Soph.), Omaha
nesota's high-geared Gophers
Twelve of these 13 Huskers
will make up the traveling squad:
Dave Fahrback, Gerald Sand
bulte, Bill Johnson, Fred Seger,
Joe Good, Paul Fredstrom,
Gary Kenzelman, Willard Fag
ler, Don Weber, Stan Matzke,
Don Muenster, Murray Back
haus and Clark Smaha.
Probable Nebraska starters are
Weber and Fagler at forwards;
Johnson, center, and Good and
Seger, guards.
In Minnesota, the Huskers will
face a team that has disposed of
its first two foes Bradley. 79-63.
and Xavier, 76-71.
Two Gophers Bob Gelle and
Charley Mencel garnered
nearly half of Minnesota's total '
seh; Howard Graves, Omaha;
Carl Backers, North Platte;
Mike Stubbs, Alliance; Tom
Soukup, Spencer.
Tackles: Darrell Dolph, Mlna
tare; Frank Tomcykowski, Oma
ha; Dick Moore. Mt. Vernon, la.;
John Nlederhaus, Lincoln: Gil
Lair, Omaha; Quinlan Anderson,
Oakland; Leonard Rosen, Omaha;
Jim Whiteside, Wilmington, III
Eldon Duffek, Seward.
in the two frays. Gelle scored
19 points in the first one and
15 against Xavier. 1 Mencel
bucketed 16 against 'Bradley
and 18 against Xavier. ' Big Ed
Kalafat, 6 foot-6 inch' cetner,
was high point man against
Xavier with 23.
Nebraska looked' ragged in
trimming South Dakota '65-53 last
Saturday night. Scoring was di
vided among 12 of the 15 Husk
ers used in the game. Joe Good
was high with 11.
Next Cornhusker home geme
will be at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Dec. 17. when Nebraska plays
host to Springfield (Mass.) Col
lege. In its only start thus far
Springfield defeated Brown Uni
versity 63-61. Heading the Ma
roon delegation facing the Husk
ers will be Allen Schutts, who numeral awards. Fifteen back
averaged 22.5 points per game in1 field men were included in the
26 contests last season. overall total.
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I f 7 I
r , Couneiy Lincoln Star
Bob Faris, freshman footbafll
mentor, has designated forty-
three freshmen as recipients of
Guards: Don Brandt, Beatrice;
John Edwards, North Platte; Har
old Sorenson, Bancroft; Bill Tay
lor, North Platte; Jerry Korisko,
Omaha; Jerry Trimble, omana;
Don Haden, Franklin.
Centers: Jerry Stark, Loomls;
Larry Gallian, Chester; Bill
Miss, Omaha; Bill Moore, North
Platte; Bill Glandt, Omaha.
Quarterbacks; Rex Fischer,
Oakland; Norman Coufal, David
City; Don Trauthen, North Platte.
Halfbacks: Bill Hawkins, Bea
trice; Franklin Reeves,-Ruth
ville; Don Patton, Alliance;
Jack Braley, Miles City, Mont.;
Jon McWilliams, Sidney; John
'Nolan, Mechanicsville, N. Y.;
Jim Thorell, Loomls; Dor an
Post, Shelton; Leo Scherer, Jr.,
North Platte.
Fullbacks: Sylvester Harris,
Kansas City, Mo.; Ernest Benja
min, Cass Lake, Minn.; Araen
Phifer, Red Cloud.
Sooner Relay
In Sugar Bowl
Oklahoma's mile relayists did
3:15.8 in tftelr first warm-up on
the new Sseasonon the outdoor
track here last week.
Harry Lee opened with a
49.8-second 440, George Mc
Cormick followed with B0.6,
Quanah Cox did 48.2, and J. W.
Mashburn, sophomore flash,
roared home with a 47.2-second
anchor lap.
Coach John Jacobs' quartet will
defend its J950 and 1951 Sugar
Bowl championships at New Or
leans this month.
ster Bill Glandt was one notable
MeDrasKa co-op remained in a
tie with the Hoopsters for the
league XII leadership by trounc
ing the Mustangs, 29-23.
The Mustangs, who suffered
their second defeat, were well
in the contest and even held a
slim lead entering the final
stanza, but couldn't maintain
the space. The Nebraskans out
scored the losers 11-3 in that fi
nal chucker to cop the decision.
Larry Schmidt of the Mustanes
topped all scorers with an 11 -point
effort while top man for the Co
opers was Alan Aden with nine.
Que-Balls Win
Further league XII action saw
the Que-Balls smacking the Rum
mies by a 34-17 count and then
being charged with the loss for
lauure to properly fill out the
The Drom C Comets suffered
the same fate for the same reason
only they dropped the contest
anyway, 30-29 to the Robbers.
Heagy Manor evened its sea
ion record at 1-1 by swamping
the Cadavers. 43-19. The "dead
ones" kept close durinr the first
stanza but then it was all over.
Heagy pulled away to an eight
point halftlme lead and built
the margin at will during the
seoond half of action.
Galen Johnson of the Manor
nearly duplicated the entire
Cadaver score as he .potted a total
or ao ior top nonors. Dave Lynch
led the losers with seven counters.
Defending Indeoendent cham
pion, M-Street Boys, took it on the
chin from the Pansies by a 38-22
count. An entirely new band of
men represent M-Street this sea
son and Tuesday found that an.
other championship in that name
may prove difficult.
A poor first half spelled doom
for M-Street. They tallied only
one point in the first stanza and
four in the second quarter to
rall at halftlme, 20-5. They
matched the Pansy pointers the
rest of the way, but the damage
had been done.
cnucK Jensen with is anA
Chuck Bohner with 12 led tht
Fansy attack while Roger Rankin
was tops ior the losers with 12.
rne iiUtheran Student Associa
tion overcame a 13-12 first quar
ter lead of the University YMCA
and went on to register a 4fi-sn
victory in their first contest of
the year.
Bud Koper fired in e I g h t
points to lead the K'ers to their
short lead, but his performance
was soon overshadowed by that
of Lutheran Harlan Skinner
who kept pounding the nets and
wound-up with an eveninr'a
total of 18. Koper totaled 12 al
together. Bill Luther assisted Skinner in
the second half by usins; his
height to good advantage and gar
nering 11 counters.
Methodists Stopped
Defending Denominati onal
champion Newman Club stopped
the Methodist attack for one
whole quarter Tuesday and won
a 31-19 decision, their first in as
many starts. The perennial Denom
title-winners, behind 14-12 at
halftime, halted all Methodist
scoring in the third stanza while
climbing to a 21-point total and
that was it.
Rich Satterfield of the Meth
odists and Jim Egenberger of the
Catholics shared scoring honors
with eight apiece.
Fraternity "B" action saw
Acacia smacking Brown Palace
by a 31-8 tally. In addition to
winning handily, the Masona
nearly set a new I-M defensive
mark by holding their oppo
nents without a field-goal in the
game. Spoiler of this effort was
Brownie Dave Dydalek who
potted the only Palacer goal
with three minutes to play.
Dydalek and Fred Van Vleck
shared ton honors for tha losers
with four pointers apiece while
Ralph Nickel and Neal Pohlman
topped all scoring with six ar.iect
for the winning Acacians.
Special Rules
Film Will Be
Shown Monday
A special film covering the
1952-53 basketball, rules will be
shown several times Monday,
Dec. 15, to all I-M cage, partici
pants and officials. This film, an
official pictorialization for the
Nebraska State High School Ath
letic Association, has been ob
tained from O. L. Lee Webb, aec-
retary of the NSHSAA for show
ings Monday. Since Intramural
basketball play is . governed by
high school rules, this film Is a
must for all connected with the
sport this year.
The film covers many of the
rules of the game, including all
the new rule changes and will
be shown at 5, 7,-8 and p.m. x
Monday in the Physical Educa
tion Building.
The I-M Deoartment urees ill
players and officials io be present
at one of these times.
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Main Feature Clock
Varsity: "Hangman's Knot,"
1:35, 3:34, 5:43, 7:47, 9:51.
State: "Cattle Town," 1:23, 4:12,
7:01, 9:50. "One Big Affair," 2:34,
8:23. 8:12.
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