The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 02, 1953, Page Page 3, Image 3
Page 3 O .Thursday, April 2, 1953 THE DAILY NEBRASKAN y 3 All-University All-Star Basketball Team POS. FIFTH TEAM F Al Hansen Sigma Phi Epsilon F Bob Kremke Hoopsters C Gerry Strasheim Mustangs G Jim Clark Navy ROTC FIRST TEAM POS. Ralp Weddle Ramblers F Al Blessing Alpha Tau Omega F Fred Longacre Theta Chi C Bill Thayer Ramblers G Bob Bachman Phi Kappa Psi G POS. FOURTH TEAM SECOND TEAM Ben Leonard Sigma Chi Chuck Jensen Pansies Ted Connor Sigma Chi Claire Johnson Fliers POS. THIRD TEAM F Al Aden Nebraska Co-op F Bill Giles Phi Delta Theta C Dave Brandon Sigma Phi Epsilon G Virg Gottsch Hoopsters F Harlan Skinner Lutherans F Larry Gallion Sigma Chi "B" C Gordon Pejsar Soph Dents G Bob Boesiger Dorm Bullets G Pat Mallette Sigma Khi tpsnon G Dirk Rolston Ramblers o Dave Jonef Larry Dunning btgma ni HONORABLE MENTION: Yelkins, Powers Rockets Street Boys; Satterfield Methodists; Pierson Ag Parasites Longacre, Weddle, Blessing, ebiraskaira mm o O 0 h achman, Thayer Top Voting FRED LONGACRE Theta Chi BOB BACHMAN Phi Kappa Psi Iranians lop f 41 Volleyball As Playoffs Scheduled Afexf ALL-UNIVERSITY . 1. Iranian! (- I. Rita Alpha Ma (S O 3. I'M Kaslloa IN H I) 4. Rim U ll 5. Acacia IS-01 . Plil Kaava Pl (4-1 1. Brta Tbla 11 M-l) a. Kit ma PM Kwiloa 141) t. Taela XI -S 10. 2t Bt Til (4-1) FRATERNITY 'B" I. Kan Biaa (S O) I. Ptil Kapoa Pl (4-(t . Rttma AMa Kpslloil (41) 4. ftrla Tarta PI (1- . Pal Delia Ta (J-1) . Bleat - Stick with the champion until he's beaten is the story of the In tramural volleyball ratings going into the All-University playoffs. The Iranians, who captured the All-U honors last season and who have vet to be pressed this year, rank as the top team going into INDEPENDENT 1. Iranian t. PM Epslloa Kappa . Kmu 4. RammW CM) 5. Presto Hawa (111 FRATERNITY "A" I. HIsm Alp Ma 5. Acacia .1. Pal Kappa Psi 4. Beta Tbela Pi 5. 8 ism l'hi Kpiloa a. Thru XI 1. 7. Beta Taa 8. Delia Nitma I'M (2-2) . Alpha Taa Ometa (3-2) 10. rkl Delta Tkeia (3-2) first place team of league VIII. The second round of the tour neys is scheduled for Thursday, Apr. 9 at 7, 8 and 9 p.m. with the IndeDendent and Fraternity 'B" finals and fraternity "A" semis slated for Friday evening. Monday, April 13 will see the crownme or the iratermty "A By BILL MUNDELL Intramural Sports Columinst The Ramblers as a team and Al Blessing, Ralph Weddle and Fred Longacre as individuals lead the 1953 All-University intramural Basketball All-Star Team. The Ramblers pulled in the prize plum by gaining two of its stars on the first-team lineup in the persons of Weddle and Bill Thayer on a team that was chosen by the 9U competing teamse themselves. It was the first year in the four-year history of all-star teams that one) aggregation had gained two men to the first lineup. Blessing, Longacre and Weddle led the personal field, each get ting an unanimous backing from their opponents. Thayer and Bob Bachman of Phi Kappa Psi who comDlete the first five, missed a unanimous selection by just one vote aDiece. It was a repeat periormance ior Blessine or Alpha Tau omega who is the lone hold-over from last year's first team. Blessing was the too man on the All-U champion Taus according to the men he faced ail year, wis re bounding was enviable and he could hit from anywnere arouna the hoop. He joins Jack Yelkm of Geologists as the only men who have made the All-U team two years in a row. Yelkin was named to the team the first two years since an all-star lineup was begun, m 1950 and 1951 Joining Blessing at the iorward positions in Weddle of the run nerup and Independent champion Ramblers. Weddle was a terror with his hook shots and was named as the prime reason the Ramblers squelched all Independ ent opposition RALPH WEDDLE Ramblers RALPH WEDDLE ... Was chosen on the Nebraskan's All - University intramural basketball first five by a poll of more than eighty teams. Weddle, a frosh football player for the Huskers at end, helped the Ramblers to their indepen dent championship and All University runner-up spot in the championship race. He was unavailable for a picture Wednesday. the Rambler aggregation. His of fensive sDark. especially on a fast- break kept the opposition honest and he connected with long snois with deadly accuracy. Bachman was voted as, the top man among a whole host ol fsi Psi stars. He joins Thayer at the guard slots as the latter's equal in hall-handling, long shots and on the paying end of a blazing fast break. He moves up irom uie fifth teim last year. So there is the 1953 stars oi all-stars. With Longacre ana Weddle at a double post ana Blessing joining in on the re bounding, the forward wall is well nigh unstoppable as well as unsurmountable. Bachman and Thayer are on hand to harass the opposition at midcourt and to fire at long range when needed as well as produce a terrific fast breaking game. The teams and their managers, Tl out oi a pos Lonf?afre of Theta Chi holds sible 90. Dicked them and they down the center berth. Fred was picked one of the best all-star !chamn and the clavoff between the coming tourneys ine "';the fraternity "B" and Independ from Iran have swept aside lour J. A11.UnJvcr. Sratr. s Playoffs I s"y match set for Tuesday. Apr. ranK. s iui" - r 14 at 5 p.m. All managers are re sponsible for checking the tourna ment schedule which is posted on' the bulletin board in the building. FINAL l-M CAGE RATINGS beginning Wednesday, Apr. 8 at 6 p.m. Sigma Alpha Mu, winner of five straight, get the nod as the num ber two team to date. The Sam mies have produced practically a clean sweep of league III with only a Wednesday night contest m position to Keep uieu; tcring the playoffs with an un blemished record. Phi Epsilon Kappa, an in dependent entry, &btJitga rung in the top ten. The PEK s own a 2-1 record, but their only loss came on a forfeit They Showed their true power last week by stopping Riga, the team that was slated to offer the most compettiion to the Iranians. The same Rigans hold down i r rrfwt in the pre-tour- "considering games through Tuesday night, They own a 3-1 mark to date, losing only to Acacia makes its appearance in fifth place. The Masons are un S?ated in five starts and jjJU carry that record into the play 0' :., in nrder. are - The seconu ., ... - - p. r.wi vnr, Ps . Beta Theta Y. t ui --. ,,' Theta Xl ana;hA 1053 rac. Mgmarm - decision bv I Willi IIIC V unbeatable in that position as he controlled the boards in every game in which he saw action. He rang up the individual high scor ing effort of the year with a 40 point production during the regu lar season against Tau Kappa Ensilon. Even in the Theta Chi playoff loss of Phi Kappa Psi, Longacre stood head and sboul ders above all competition as his PE' unanimous vote will verify. I Thayer was the floor-man for teams in history A pair of Sigma Chi stalwarts pace the second team. Ben Lon ard and Ted Connor receiving the votes to hold down forward and center berths on this lineup. Both were instrumental in the Sigs rise to third place in the final All-University ratings. Joining Leonard at the forward slots is Chuck Jensen of the Pansies. Jensen, along with Leon ard and Dave Jones who repre sents AlDha Tau Omega at guard position, missea tne ursi team by one vote. Jensen was the offensive power for the Pansies which wound up the season in fifth place in the All-U ratings. Joining Jones at the guards is Claire Johnson of the Fliers. Johnson received the highest number of votes for a man from an unrated team as he led the Fliers against the roughest of op position. Leonard moves up from the last year's third team while Con nor makes the lump rrom last year s iiith nneup. Another Sig gains the third team this year in the person of Larry Dunning. Dunning who moves up from honorable men tion last season shares the guard berths with Virg Gottsch of the Hoopsters. Rounding out the third team are Al Aden of Nebraska Co-op, Bill Bill Giles of Phi Delta Theta and Dave Brandon of Sigma Biii Epsilon. Aden was another man who was recognized even though he played with an unrated team. Brandon holds to the third team fifth outfit. The first fraternity "B" team member himself on the fourth team. Sigma Chi again gets the honor as Larry Gallion of the Sig Bee team rates a forward berth. Harlan Skinner of the Denomina tional champion Lutherans joins Gallion. Bob Boesiger of the Dorm Bul lets and Pat Mallette of the Sig Eps ain the guard spots while Gordon Pejsar, strongman of the Dental Sophomores receives the center post. The fifth team finds the big Eps, Ramblers and Hoopsters placing another man, respectively. Al Hansen of the Sig Eps and Bob Kremke of the Hoopsters earn the forward slots while Dirk Rolston of the Ramblers was voted a guard berth. Joining Rolston at the other guard spot is Jim Clark of Navy ROTC while Gerry Strasheim of the Mustangs holds down the cen ter post. All told, 368 men received at least a second team vote in the balloting as 77 of the eligible 90 cage teams voted. : h w , ,4 jli ta . I A I -if ''1 jwMl L 1 '. .WV,:., .ill i fc..ri41 --1 Courtesy Lincoln Star BILL THAYER Ramblers Courtesy Lincoln Journal AL BLESSING Alpha Tau Omega Big Seven Gridiron Coaches Prepare For Spring Chores Br GARY FRANDSEN Sports Staff Member . With the 'arrival of April, the other six Big Seven schools as well as the Nebraska Cornhuskers are unpacking their football gear as they prepare to open their training chores. Down Oklahoma way, the chief center of conversation is one. Buddy Leake, the only returning member of Oklahoma's 1952 backfield. Weighing nearly 190, the powerful Leake is definitely the man to beat tor tne ooonei quarterback job. Fillinff the remaining three backfield slots left open by the graduation of Eddie Crowder. Billy Vessel and Buck McPhail will be a wide open affair. Co captain Larry Grigg apparently has the inside track for the full back job while Merrill Green is a possible halfback starter. The nther iob is wide open with sophomores Buddy Burris and Buddy Benson and veteran Jack fiine nacing the candidates. Don Faurot's surprising Mis souri Tigers will have back much of the personnel that brought the AT Uoivetrsifv FomiaS Hafit?i Phi Psi s Zcta Beta Tau. CSoma 1 H nCBUS list Uons were named I because niifA number Ot ee ALL - UNIVERSITY I. Alp Taa OaMsa (U-li i. RiaMin (IS O t. Rltaaa I'M t-l) 4. Pa, kim PW (IJ I) . PasMtaa (It-ti 4. Rockeis lt-J 7. PtMtear Ha UMI a, hktmm I'M Katiloa l Jl t. Hwhamm VtmU (ll-Z) 10. Pai Delia TkeU (K-71 BILL MUNDELL Intramural S porta Writer Ainh Tau Omtea reigns king of intramural basketball for season, mc FRATERNITY "B" f. Atoka limn Rka (II-4 t. HIcaM CM 411-1) J. PM Kim Prt III-S) 4. Fimknw (1.1-tl . Htaan I'M rUlna (7-4) . Phi Gamma Ielta (t-tl 1. Delta l aniloa (11-21 a. Alaka Taa Oaatta -7) a. Rcu Theta PI (T-31 in. Beta fc ma Ptt (-! TIE I'M Delta Theta (- I Lost only to Sigma Chi (3) and suffered in the ratings when the as' Sigs were humbled by ATO. De feated rtu Delta ineia uu; iwice. 5. PANSIES . . . Lost only to the Ramblers after winning league XIII. Held no victories over the top ten outfits in the All-U rat ings. 6. ROCKETS the Independent INDEPENDENT 1. Ramblers S. Paaties . Kaeken 4. Hwahwofa Demi . Heaay Manor (10-1) . Imkem Hoane (13-1) 7. At ParastMt (10-4) . llooMtn (M-4) . MaMamt n-i) 10. Xajr KOTC (ll-St TIE Dona Ballets (8-9) Runnerup in tourney. Lost sweeping aside all opponents in the post-season piayous onu toppling the Independent cham- n li l uA A ll.tlnivnr. . number of iee pion namuien in "'c -...-w....- of the limited number oi ,avnff n,- Ramblers, in spikers in a?1?"- ,"fc outings, iturn, lay claim to the Independent thrCe games, all to the Ramblers. ,,e u..v ,am is title for the season jusi vum- Another undefeated ..lcaI" 'jniH while Aluha Gamma Rho Phi Kappa s' pif psi juniors! B" wears the fraternity "B" ber two rung. The Phi Pi 1""'" Rating the first teams in each champs, Fijis (6) and Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 3. PHI KAPPA PSI League VI with an on-again, off again offense. Reached semis in "Bee" playoffs before falling to the champion Aggies. In addition, lost to AGR's in regular season and Beta Theta Phi (9). Earned decisions over the champs, Betas (9) and Phi Delts (10) twice FRATERNITY "A 1. Alpha Taa Ometa 2. Hlama CM 3. Phi Kpt. Pti showing against 4. Ploaccr mob pul Pci'c . PM Delia Theta 7. Theta CM (S-31 ft. Beta Theta Pi (10-4) a. Theta XI (-) 10. Beta Hicma Psi (-4) unrated losses to the All-University-! $ ranked outfits, the Independent Won 7. THETA CHI... Owned victories over teams in the top multiple-substitution ten, but grabbed seventh on mcirMhe two-way sport Tigers an unexpected second place finish. Faurot's biggest problem is to strengthen the tackle corps which was heavily hit by graduation. However, Missouri's passing wizard, little Tony Scardino will be back again along with their two outstanding defensive backs, Ed Merrifield and Bob Schoon maker, who will have to adjust themselves to ball-c a rx y i n g duties. At Lawrence, Coach J. V. Sikes also has his backfield troubles. Departing from the Kansas foot ball scene are such star backs as Charlie Hoag, Galen Fiss, Gil Reich, Jerry Robertson and Bob Brandeberry. Sikes still has his sensational pass-grabbing end, Paul Leoni; but who will do the pitching to the Chicago boy is still a question that nobody seems to have an adequate answer. Oliver Spencer and George Mrkonic have also left big gaps to be filled in the Jayhawk forward wall. Carroll Hardy, ready lor, lull stardom after two years in the shadows of Zach Jordan, appears to be the key figure on Dal Ward's Colorado grid machine. Experience is the worry in the Colorado camp as the Buffs lost 18 men through graduation. The big hole to fill is the block ing back position since Rog Wil liams and Lee Venzke have both graduated from the Boulder in stitution. Roger Hunt, a first- string offensive guard last fall, is the lad who may solve the puzzle. Abe Steuber, Iowa State's head football mentor, is having the same problem that is confronting his fellow Big Seven coaches and no, that is making the shift from football to the third-place In addition, a long list of letter- men olepartcd during the year so teams fared as follows: 1. RAMBLERS... Defeated both Navy ROTC and the Dorm Bul lets who tied fpr tenth. 2. PANSIES. . .Won twice over Heagy Manor (5) 8. BETA THETA PI . .Lost t0iOxr)Oripnce will acain be a buea- Phi Psi's (3) twice, Sig Eps (5)!boo for Steuber. The Cyclones and Theta Xi (9). Held victories have quarterbacks Dick Mann over Phi Delta Theta (6) twice !and Bill Plantan back along with 'fullback Max Burkctt. 9. THETA XI. . Gave cham- Coarh Bill Meek has the utmost pion Taus and third-place Phi!ronfjdonre that Kansas State will Psi's a battle before losinp. Also have its best football season since lost to unrated Kappa Sigma. hc took thc noa(j j0b two seasons Split with Phi Delta Theta (6)!aC0t Twenty-three lcttermen are and Betas (8). returning from the 1952 squad. 10. BETA SIGMA PSI Gained tenth on showing of Pio 3. ROCKETS ... Stopped Ag rveer House as well as their own ber two rim. ;. -are all-victorious in four start. Parasites (7) and Mustangs (9). 4. SOPHOMORE DENTS.. De feated Navy ROTC (10). 5. HEAGY MANOR ..Gained Atotalof 32teams, wprcsen!divlsion'' was n0 trouble as the!only onc game during the year, he four best from cacn oi " tcams cttied those disputes by:that at the hands of Sigma Chi eight leagues, win re... ,-,-. lhcrnsclvC!(. u wa, the rest oi tne , a. ltTftH nMf13V . A 9 vl . I iL . . WMn I 4. FARMHOUSE ... Shared com- Rated behind the Pansies because ton honors in Leacue VII. Was oi weir narrow qucM -(Unaeieaica unui laning 10 u!fifth BOod showings against playoffs. Defeated the Sophomore tfn , j -ul-!S fJer Hoop- ..la muie. f3 ucivauu hi WMw.a-j . T jgt in Pam! fPfi f 7 1. Dk va ijv- - - 7. PIONEER HOUSE . . . LosVby Sigma Chi (2). Won over Minn next Wednesday. As M ,h'nt raued the turmoil Tuesday night. .on,y..23.v,"iaii The Ramblers captured thC'Sig showing berths were iniea.wiu. regular-season scuon """'-r.--slated to settle the remaining di (2). Defeated no teams in the top ten, but captured seventh on their :r-Wsiason' .cUon Wednesday putcs. number two position in the un - s1gmA PHI EPSILON vcrsity with a 13-1 record, equal-; bunncru in the fraternity "A" Ing the fourth-place Phi Fst s ana tourney Was or,c of the three Lutheran Student Assocjat oniteamJ that topped the champion Gamma Delta (6), Delta Upsilon (7) and Phi Delta Theta (10). j 5. S I G M A PHI EPSILON . . . Improved after a slow start. Defeated Phi Gamma Delta (6), and Alpha Tau Omega (8) twice. against Sig Eps in tourney. NU Baseball Team Opens With Baylor Coach Tony Sharpc's Cornhus- Leading off the tourney "f0" records for the top marks of the,Taus DccUnod rapidly as the sea-! 6.. LUTHERAN STUDENT AS SOCIATION .. Drooped from second to sixth on defeat at hands nf Parasite m. Regular season form kpt them above the ssme ker bascballers will open their flam in th final ratines. 1953 season April 6-7 with a two- 7 Afi PARASITES . . JJiegcsi rame series acainsi uayior hi Vcryl Switzcr, their fine Negro halfback and safety man, is the big man in Meek s football plans. The one position that could cause the Wildcat head mentor plenty of worry is the end corps. Jack McShulskls, their outstanding end last season, is gone and experi ence is woefully lacking at the position. Outdoor Track Opens At CU Lost to AGR's (1), Sigs (2) and , of th(? tournov. Defeated Wednesday at 5 p.m. B' "ryear as far as won-loss rccoros progressed, holding again '; :arcc concemca. ciKhth with tneir fiSit-reund trenRlh of vlctory over Sigma iirsi-rouna , --iji - Fijis (6). 6. P H I GAMMA DELTA . . . Maintained sixth rung on place team of league in. i" S a q,! edged out the Phi.;showinR that helped tern to a tiej'' "n " Xi takes on ZeU. BeU Tau ' J LJ;g the third rung on the for first in league I. Defeated n , went laa '"fS'SnS Phi Kappa Psi meets ' 8 'h r o( tir playoff victory; Sigma Chi (3) and Phi Delta 0" BS& nLa fs ? Lost Co-op while Alpha Tau 0M ui ph, Psi.g in lhe second Theta (10) yc to the and Alpha T au O tackles the first place tc?m of -ovcri a.8round T (1) twi(Tc and the Sig. to Sin (2). Farmhouse (3), S.g IIIVIII H Heagy Manor (5) and Lutherans m hfnr fallinrJ to Rockets (3). cv,oi,w oariv-ia!on record holds tion. the diamondmen face plenty them in seventh. (of hard work rebuilding from last 8. HOOPSTERS Lost only two'year's second place Big Seven artnal contests to Heagy Mai.or.tcam and Mustangs (9). Forfeited Coach Ed Weir's Cornhusker thintlads onen their outdoor sea- Waco, Texas. L . Tcfiv a( (h TTnlvrriiv nf mates arc enjoying spring vaca- Colorodo In a dual meet with the Buffs. Two point winners from NU 1951 indoor championship tlub Four more matches arc jencu uled for 7 p.m. when Thci Ui is pitted against Beta Theta P. and Phi Delta Theta meets Sigrna rhi Also at 7 P.m. Acaci- ncrformance earned fourth spot, however. The Independent t-ansivn O SOPHOMUKK Ut-INiS ... . n c t r nan fin- G.aid "l5J? W,..ihcir;,p, Shared r 'honors in Uague VIL showinn. Won league IV with ished the current season as inejNa R0Tc. Lost to Rockets (6) fifth team in the University. nejin overtime and unrated Navy. tnc nwncrf a 12-1 record, hav- PHI nn.TA THETA . the' fourth ulatc team of league . . on, io the Ramblers. LiimhCi out of nowhere to gain m 4v fourth olacc team oi . . h stcD review of ail tne.,,. rin h. ir,.ri?,h of their aft filing ' " r A step by step revic tenth on the slrenr.lh of their Defeated Farmhouse (4) and Beta a couple more. Won league am with wins over Mustangs (SO and Bullets (10) twice, fl. MUSTANGS . Gained ninth on Hoopster victory and playoffj t KioH s. r,rr,r,:,V.1n starters on who were called jnto tne servicaj the NU nine arc Ray Novak, first .two years ago are eligible to corn base; Bob Reynolds, second base;!pClc again, but only one man will Fred Soger third base; and . abc t(J make thc cu trip, Diercks Ralston, shortstop. w.nrlt-i Cole, hurdler, will be The outfield lists Jfrry punn,l ., , , for Weir's call, while in- 'showing. especially against thc.Dennis Korinek and Jim Ccder-,' rf' j,obe joneg must await re. co very. i r rrtrtv ennw niv ljcilo lctu iiv . a . i . i .;. . ! ai u- ' """" u..4 riimhoH on show nB acainst ni ton ten desrjlte weaK scneouie. in1 "aTpha TAU OMEGA . . . S.JST K5 m andiPsi'. in tourney. Regular-season Xlso lost to champion Ramblers i.u - e,o.r, throueh iv,'v" ."7i' ' ,t, ' ' uin nvr Fiiia (6) hc ned. Lost to in CORM BULLETS . now iah i t nil wiLii a - - - - " . k. i nm a t-Tii p iivi iiiii tni. - i -" . the ALL-U playoff tournies. Dc- Th fratcrnity "B" final ralirtgs Sigs (2) twice, Phi Psi's (3), Sig league I meets thc second place (.d tearr,a in each division irjlourncy showing. Defeated no team of league Hi. representative here will be either Sigma Nu or Sigma Alpha tp ulnn. ' Fraternity "B" spikers Uke the f(.ated the Ramblers z- 'iwcnt according to this review leadi off against Pi Kappa PhilsUon (8) twice. Lost to the SigiWon u a wlth a f)nc tournament .n-t .vii- cima Nu B'i tackles,,,! Sic Eps ana unratea rm, . th . gwcr. an onDosition. Phi Delta Theat MB". At the same Gamma Delta. .('Finished the year with an 11-4 champs, Phi Psi i (3) and Phi .r SiSna Alph i Epsilon "B'iU2. RAMBLERS ... Independent ,osinflyto Phi Kappa Psi Delts (10) Lost to same three . .V . J. ni 'HMI .-!.. nmna onlv to tthCi . , m j .:Lk;i. n Ci wma Phi f2l. fare Alpha uammn n"", cnmi. i" atVi1. in the while BHa Theta Pi "B and Phi ALL-U .eh'P1 'I0', v .r. .I1l 4-.nn1a ll,.,ff finals. tamCd Victories r,appa rsi u ik Bockets (6) over uic j-oii.v oi - . n.i mi u!.a iiini-jvHn.-i.j.'n cniit a naif, u'iih (Vn ri.ihl nc nrobable starters. 01K'T1H X ft I IV I H- I vvH-c'i-myfuna 01. .'I'll ' i'" ' , . . , , , . in the playoffs to Phi Kappa Psi Bullets (10). Lost a pair to un- bnarpes wicnwo ""') .braska's strongest event (3). Could have ranked higher'rated Ntbraskn Co-op. jconsists of Dick McCormick. Don wdibhk k with a toucher rchedi-le. I 10. NAVY ROTC. Win over Muenster Pat Mallette, Novak (h and Cole takc mt 8. ALPHA TAU OMEGA . . .Sophomore Dents kept mem m.cnaney wngni, ... ht for the Husker team. Eps (5) twice. Fijis (6), and un rated Sin Alphs. 9. BETA THETA PI . . . Gained ninth on victories over At p.m. the Independent out fits will engage in their first munA rj trtinn. The top-ranked Iranians ill meet the third place team fif 1r-aru VIII and the Lutheran Student Association! facei the second plsce team r,i am I rmllnn (8). Lost oppose the lourm piace Vi. i the Sis En w... viii hiii. the At Men's twice and the Mg P. a . 4 imai 3 SIGMA CHI . . . Finished in tr. t0ui I honors. One oi H L lZ Vl a-n . i the three teams that own wins k rhamnions. In addition (3). Beta Theta PI (9) and Phi Delta Theta (10) twice. Defeated Sigma Chi (2), Phi Psi'a (3) Sigma Phi Epsilon (5) and Betas (9). 2. SIGMA CHI . . . Defending 'B" champion. Started slow but outfits nliis Sterna Chi (2) 10. BETA SIGMA PSI . . Held tenth on showings of Farm hmun and Delta Uspilon. Lost twice to these tcams and to Sigma Chi (2). 10. (PHI DELTA TllfclAJ breezed through the tourney untii;Gains tie for tejith on strength of (,r j over the champ on. . champion AGR's. Dc- double victory over the ofithey 8t,dtr7 andPsigma Ph feated Farmhouse (4). Sigma Phi the only team to achieve es Pioncer House (7) and f'Vaus Spsilon (5) twice, Phi Gamma during the season. In adc ,i rriir,n (81 Lost to tne iaus:2v. . .. . L v v..,, tAi riofn Club round PHI KAPPA PSI out the first day r -v - "r wa. tons. S i em (Delta (6), Alpha Tau Omega (8), Their Beta Theta Pi (9) and Beta a Psi (10). Lost to tne rv. double victory over the champs that teat addition lost to Farmhouse (4). Defeated Betas Fran Hofmaicr. NU Tennis Team Takes Trip South The Nebraska tennis team leaves Wednesday for a southern swing during spring vacation. The Cornhuskers will play thc spotlight for Two miler Clayton Scott. top point-getter for the Huskers in the distance events, is scholas tically Ineligible this semester. Husker Golfers Journey South The University of Nebraska golf iam riennrlcd Wednesday for a Pittsburg State Teachers at Pitts-'50utl1ern tour during spring vaca burg, Kas., April z; umanoma hi, tion (9) In early season. In addition to their wim and ing against Ramblers plus a split with Mustangs (9) kept them in the top ten. Ist also to unrated TSJoKraaVa I ft-fll). The fraternity "A" chart In ad dition to the All-U rated oppo nents .went like this: 1." ALPHA TAU UMtUA ..ue foaicH Theta XI (9). 2. SIGMA CHI... No additional results. , 3. PHI KAPPA PSI. . .Defeated Thnta Chi (7). 4. PIONEER HOUSE . . . Won 7 SIGMA PI 11 EPSILON . . tr ar TWcrd Hoke: winding up the Journey against a. oiyttirt jijr ri:t . lrb- poriman Mi-'ih( Actfles from Oklahoma. pKa Psi (10) ISfE Warden Andrews, Ash- Thc golfers making the trip are 1 m?nn!TA TI1F.T A . Lostllnnd: Roy Colson, Glcnwood, Erv Peterson, Rog Gohde Ixjms twice to Beta Thota Pi (8), ThetalMinn.; and Jim Campbell, Grand! Roper, u.ck uuer, ana Xi (9) and unrated Kappa Sigma.l Island. uoicn. Norman. April 3: Southern Mcth odist, April 4; Oklahoma A & M, April 6. The' five players named by Coach Ed Higglnbotham for the Th llnksmen will open their 1953 season on April 2 against Pittsburg State Teachers followed by dunis against Tulsa Unlvlr itv. Southern Methodist, and Tom 0 0 playcff compettiion against tneuj-i re" - j i ..-"aar-v--tf?'