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Wednesdoy, April 29. 1953
NU Places 3
In Drake Tilt
Three Nebraska trackmen up
held the Scarlet colors at the
Drake Relays last week-end, as
Illinois won the 44th annual car
nival. Wendell Cole tok fourth r,i
in the 120 hight hurdles and re-
iiaDie -mr uaie gained a third
place position in the discus. Glenn
Beerline who took first place in
me nop, step ana jump at the
Kansas Relays retained some
glory for the Huskers by taking
fourth place in the broad jump.
The hop, step ahd jump was
not held at the Drake Relays.
This was the second week in n
row that Dale was forced to take
a back seat to Darrow Hoper in
me aiscus. Hooper, an Olympic
performer from Texas A and M,
heaved the discus 164-7 y8 feet to
take top honors. Hooper also took
the shot to become a double win
ner in the two days' competition.
Hooper has now scored double
wins in three major meets this
year. He won the shot and discus
at the Texas Relays, Kansas Re
lays and Drake Relays.
The weather was not conduc
tive to top performances. Friday
there was fear of a tornado and
Saturday it was raining most of
Kids To Be NU's Guests
I V i V f . f 1 v
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hraSHlTSDA,SUESTS ' ' Youthful residents of the Ne
braska Home for Children receive free tickets to witness the Uni
versity s All-Sports Day activities Saturday. Contributions by
alumni and fans made the gifts possible. In the above picture
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coacn bod uavis, chairman of the festival (center, background),
and team co-captains Bill Schabacker (left) and Jerry Minnick
present the tickets.
Presby, Pi Kappa Phi Advance;
Defeat Newman, Norris House
By BILL MUNDELL
Intramural Sports Columnist
The league leaders began to
distinguish themselves in the 1953
I-M softball chase Monday after
noon as two winners claimed un'
disputed possession of their
league's top sp6t, another kept in
second place with a perfect record
while a loser dropped out of its
leagues first-place position.
Presby House ana vi ft.appa rni
took over the leaderships in
leagues VI and V, respectively
with handy wins Monday. It was
the third straight for . both ag
gregations against no defeats.
Presby battered four Newman
riuh Ditchers for 15 hits and took
advantage of six walks to notch
a 20-10 victory over the Catho
lics. It was a free-scoring affair
for the initial three frames as in
of the total 30 counters were
The Newmanites grabbed two
leads in the top half of innings
one and two but saw the winners
bound back to overtake them in
each case. The Catholic leads
were 2-0 and 5-3 before Presby
chalked up eight big runs in the
bottom of the second to take the
lead for good
Frank Sorenson twilled on the
mound for the winners, giving up
nine safeties. His mates, mean
while, were blasting the offerings
of Tom Carlson, Rex Chichester,
Dan Rohan and Don McKenzie
for 15, including five for extra
Dave Lvnch led the Presby hit
ting parade with two doubles and
a single in three appearances
while Don Summers, Don Swen
sen and Gerry Oehring each
garnered two more. One of Oeh
ring's was a home run that helped
him to a five runs-batted-in total
for the day.
Chichester, Tom Burling and
Rohan each collected two hits for
the short-handed Catholics who
found six men insufficient to
cover all the territory.
The Pi Kaps ran up nine coun
ters in the first two innings and
then coasted to a 13-3 win over
Norris House. Behind the three-
hit hurling of Dixon, the Pi Kaps
Were never in trouble. Frank
Hoffman led the Pi Kaps' ten
hit attack with a perfect day at
the plate in three trips while
Wally Loerch contributed a pair
oi nits, including a home run.
Zeta Beta Tau tallied six times
in the bottom of the fifth inning
to overcome a big Acacia lead and
went on to win their second
straight of the year, 9-8. The
Zetes trailed 0-5 at one time in
the fray and were behind 3-8 in
the fifth when the fireworks began.
Ten men paraded to the plate
in that one frame for the winners
to win what had appeared to be
a lost cause. The Masons jumped
to a iirst-inning 4-0 lead on Dean
Cunningham's first of two home
runs and appeared to have a com
fortable lead. Marshall Kushner
with two for three led the victors
at the plate.
Pioneer House pushed across
the winning run in the bottom of
the sixth to take an 8-7 victory
over previously undefeated Delta
Sigma Phi. The loss dropped the
Delta Sigs out of the league IV
leadership with a 2-1 mark.
Pioneer broke a scoreless tie in
their half of the third by tallying
three times, but saw the Delta
Sigs tie it up once again in the
top of the fourth. The Pioneers
again splurged in the last of the
fifth, this time pushing across four
big tallies, but the Delta Sigs
lought back again and knotted
the count 7-7 in the top of the
sixth. That's the way it stood
until the Pioneers grabbed their
important tally to win.
Don Hansen limited the Delta
I-M Spring Golf
Rained out last Saturday, the
I-M spring: golf championships
will be held entirely on Satur
day, May 9, it was announced
today. The second nine holes of
the scheduled 18-hole competi
tion had been planned for that
date, but now all 18 holes will
be run off on that Saturday.
Sigs to seven hits while he and
Murphy got four of the ten Pio
neer safeties off Delta Sig chucker
L. G. Lawrence. Lawrence proved
his batting eye, also, as he and
Wayne Keiser grabbed a pair of
nns to ieaa tne losing batters.
The Methodist Student House
won a forfiet contest from the
Baptist Student House to round
out Monday s action.
FRATERNITY "A" DIVISION
HiRma N'u a-n
Alpha Tau Omcxa 2-0
Sinna Thl Kpsilon l-i
Jielia Tau Delta l-g
Nixina Alpha Kpsilon 0-2
Phi Gamma Delta ' 0-2
Kappa Slitma . 2-1
Alpha t.amma Rho .
I'M Kappa Fsl 2-1
Phi Delta Thcta 1-1
Hianta Chi o-2
Delta Sirnna PI 0-3
League III "
Farmhouse . - : ; 2-0
liela Thela PI ' 2-0
Theta Ai J-l
Beta Kitma Psl j.
Delia t'psilnn 0-2
Urown Palace o-2
Cornhusker Cm-op 2-n
Delta Kiema Phi 2-1
Pioneer House 1-1
Tau Kappa Kpsilon 0-1
Hiiima Alpha lu 0-2
PI Kappa Phi .1-0
Zeta Beta Tail , 2-(
Acacia . -2
Theta Chi ..... ." ..",' .2
Norris House o-2
Presby House j-o
Lutheran House ,' 2-0
Methodist House ' l-i
Newman Cluh .o
Baptist House o-S
INDEPENDENT DIVISION -League
At Men's Club 2-0
Voc-Kd Association 1-1
Ag Jokers , . , i.j
Iniversily Awties n-2
Freshmen Denis i.n
Practical Arts 1-0
Nebraska Co-op j.
Sigma (.amnia Kpsilon l-l
Navy ROTC 0-2
Secret Tackling Practice
The University's Innocents' Society will hold another spring
tackling practice session Friday at 2 p.m. The workout is sched
uled to be held at "the usual place." Honorary Innocent Bill
Glassford, who directs the drills, believes that his squad is in
rood shape for the big event. Spring practices will terminate
on Ivy Day, May 9.
NU, Sooner Thinciads To
Battle On All Sports Day
Oklahoma-Nebraska Dual Records
Mile run (:24.1, Jim Wilkinson (O) '61.
440-yard run :48. Jerry Meader(O) 'SI.
100-yard dash .09.7, Harold Atkinson (O) "IB, Herald Jarobsen (N '36; Eddie Torlblo
(O) Ml; Ernedl Haskell (O) '38.
120-yard high hurdles :14.6, Stanley Haltht (N) '36.
880-yard run 1:65.5, Don Crabtree (O), George McC'osmlck (O) '61.
220-yard dash :21.3, George Smutny N '30.
2-mlle run 9:40.8. Fred Matteaon (N) '37.
230-yard low hurdles :23.9, Stanley Halght (N '36.
Mile relay 8:18.9 (Oklahoma, Georire McCormlrk, Charles Colman, Don Crabtree.
Jerry Meader) '61.
Shot put 50 feet 2 Inches, Hugh Rhea (X) '30.
niseus 148 feet 8 Inches, Juhri Shirk (O) '38.
Javelin 194 feet 8 Inches. Nathan Anderson (O) '38.
High jump 6 feet 6 Inches, Parker Shelby ) '30.
Broad Jump 23 feet 11 Inches, Lloyd Carilcll X) "37.
Pole vault 13 feet 10V4 Inches, Robert Neumann (N) '38.
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will head the University of Okla
homa track and field delegation
that meets Nebraska in an All
Sports Day dual meet here Sat
urday. The meet is scheduled to start
' Neville Price, who competed for
South Africa in last year's Olym
pics, is the leading jumper with a
marksPf 24 feet-11 Mi inches. But
Sooner strength doesn't end there.
There will also be Ouanah Cox.
who has been timed at :48.7 in the
440; Bruce Drummond who has
run a 4:12.3 mile and a 9:35 two
mile already' this year; Ronnie
Dobson, with, times of :14.5 for
the high hurdles and :23.5 for the
lows, as well as a sparkling mile
relay team that has covered that
distance in 3:16.5.
Those marks are good enough
to best existing dual meet records
in the broad jump, relay, high and
Coach Tony Sharpe's Husker
baseballers, who looked like a
good contender for Big Seven
championship honors Monday aft
er their 11-6 routing of the de
fending champ Missouri Tigers.
dropped a 3-0 ball game to the
This places the Cornhusker dia-
mondmen in the third loop posi
tion, still close enough to grab the
lead. Nebraska's league record
now stands at four wins,
Four Husker pitchers paraded
to the mound, and all were able
to tame the big Tiger bats con-
Two scoring chances by the
Cornhuskers in the fourth and
eighth frames were erased by the
double play combination of Buddy
Cox, Dick Dickinson and Bob
Lefty Fran Hofmaier started for
the Scarlet, and is credited with
the loss. He held the Tigers dur
ing the first two frames, then
yielded to Charlie Wright in the
third after the Tigers bunched two
two hits and a free pass for two runs.
From that point, Nebraska hurl
ers held the Tigers hitless. Dick
McCormick followed Wright to the
rubber, allowing the final Ben-
siderably. But Husker bats were fal run &n three walks and a field
silent, save for three scattered hits
off MU hurler John Jenkins.
Jenkins whiffed 10 NU bats
men, and had a no-hit shut-out
until Fred Seger, who ended the
series with five hits in six trips,
broke the ice with a driving
double to left in the fifth inning.
Jenkins, whose speedy fireballs
and wicked drops kept the NU
batters guessing, never allowed a
Nebraska runner past second base.
iNcui asKa s cnier nopes are in
the field events, although distance
ace Hobe Jones, who has been out
with injuries, is entered in the
Cliff Dale in the shot put and
discus, Phil Heidelk in t he hi eh
jump, Glenn Beerline in the broad
jump and wenrip 1 PnlP in tv,o
hi.! dies head the Cornhuskpr
Beerline pulled a muscle com
peting at the Drake Relays and
may ,be handicapped in Satur
The Sooners trimme'd Nebraska
60-44 in an indoor meet here in
into Quetico-Superior wilderness. I
Only $4.85 to $5.40 per person!
per day. For free information,
write to: CANOE COUNTRY OUT-(
FITTERS. Bill Rom. Box C. Ely.)
Alumni To Receive
Watches For Third
Cornhusker alumni athletes par
ticipating in three or more of the
annual spring games against the
Varsity will be given watches,
Athletic Director Georee Clark
"These former athletes make
possible the renewal each year of
Aii-aports JJay," he said. "We
wanted tt show our appreciation."
This being the fourth year of
the spring football games, these
alumni have qualified for the
awards: Jack Carroll, Ted Doyle,
Ken Fischer, Jerry Jacupke, Fred
Lorenz, Arden Means, John Sed
lacek, Vic Schleich, and Randall
The basketball players will be
participating in their third All
Sports Day game this year so none
have qualified! for the watches.
Nebraska's bootball squad con
tinued to work on fundamentals
Tuesday as Saturday's Alumni-
Varsity game came into sight,
Coach Bill Glassford worked his
squad on passing defense and of
iense, ana ran some plays in
Glassford expects no easy con
test this year against the alumni,
and in view of previous All
Sports Day meetings, the Oldtim
ers will put on a rugged exhibi
tion. It will be the first look at the
NU single wing machine in game
action for Nebraska grid fans.
Bob Kromke then took over the
twirling duties for the Scarlet,
setting the defending champs
down in order.
Hofmaier, whose. sore arm has
bothered him most of the season,
now has a 1-1 record in confer
ence games. Winning pitcher Jen
kins holds a 2-0 mark.
The Huskers' next game is
against Iowa State Friday on the
NU diamond. They again meet the
Cyclones on Saturday, All-Sports
The box score:
Missouri ab h o a Nebraska b h o
Dickinson sj 4 112 Ronton ss 3 0 0 4
UriHrts 3b 3 2 10 Gollsch 3b 4 0 2 4
Bishop It 3 0 3 0 Christorh If 2 0 2 0
B.S'hnmkr lb 2 0 8 0 Olson If 2 1 0 O
Wynn rf 4 0 0 0 Ccdcrdnhl cl 4 0 2 0
Cox 2b 4 114 Dunn rf 3 110
J.S'hnmkrcf 4 0 3 0 Novak lb 4 012 0
3 0 10 2 Seder 2b 2 112
2 0 0 2 Iiackhaus e 3 0 6 2
Hofmaier p 0 0 0 2
Writht p 10 0 0
Flnke 1 0 0 O
Becker 10 0 0
McCormick P 0 0 10
Kremke p 0 0 0 0
Totals 20 4 27 10 Totals 30 3 27 14
Finke batted lot McCormick in 7th. Becker
flicd out for Writht in 5lh.
002 001 0003
Nebraska 000 000 000 O
R Dickinson, Bishop, Mohcsky. E Cbris-
toph, Uriarte. Cox, Jenkins. RBI Uriarte 2.
2B Olson, Seger. SB Backhaus. Cox, Dick
inson. S Jenkins. DP Dickinson to Cox to
B. Schoonmaker 2. Left Nebraska 6. Mis
souri 5. BB Hofmaier 1, McCormick ,')
Jenkins 3. SO Wrinht 3. McCormick 2,
Jenkins 10. HO Hofmaier 4 in 2H inninns.
jcnKins J in u, wnsnt u in 2. McCorm ck
0 in 2, Kremke 0 in 2. W Jenkins (2-0).
-Hofmaier (1-1). TJ Keefer. Hurhnnr T
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Varsity: "Salome," 1:17. 3:17.
5:17, 7:17, 9:18.
State "Angel Face." 1:11. 4:00.
6:50, 9:38. "The Big Frame," 2:42,
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