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Friday, Moy 15, 1953
BOICH HURLS NO-HITTER
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
By BILL MUNDELL
Intramural Sports Columnist
Only five teams nnd four games
remained in the 1953 intramural
Fnftball eliminations after
Wednesday evening as three more
teams bit the dust, two for the
first time this season. The Inde
pendent tourney narrowed itself
to its championship fray while
one-half of the fraternity semi
finals reached completion.
A new Independent champion
was assured as Ag Men's Club was
eliminated by Practical Arts in
general and pitcher Arnie Bolch
in particular. The Aggies suffered
their first loss in six games as
Boich hurled his second no-hit,
no-run game of the year and
Practical Arts won a 5-0 semi
It was a battle between two no-
hit ptchers as Boich faced Dick
Jiskra of the Ag Men who had
hurl! a no-hitter in the first
toitn of the playoffs.
Soich himself ruined any no-hit
Ideas Jlskra might have enter
tained Wednesday as he led off in
first inning with a mighty
homerun over the eenterfielders
head to score what was to be the
w inning run.
Only five Aggies reached first
gainst Boich, three on walks, one
on a hit batsman and one on an
rror and in each case Boich
Itopped the Ag Men threat nor.
tonally. Jlskra walked with two
cut in tne second and Boich coun
tered by striking out Gene Pier
son. Dale Van Vleck lived on an
error to open the fourth and the
PA hurler rose up and struck out
me next tnree batters. Jensen
jvalked in the fifth and Boich fol
lowed by ffending Carl Lcising
down swinging. Boich left no
room for doubt in the final frame
nnd to insure his no-hit produc
tion struck out all three of the
Aggies that came to the plate.
All told, he struck out nine men
and allowed only two men to
reach second base.
uJlsr? hurled flne ball against
tne PA Bluffffera. In it
equal Boich's feat. He surrender
but seven hits, turn .or.h niu
and John Bordogna and walked
two. He finished the day with
five strikeouts. He allowed but
three earned runs as the Aggies
miscued behind him three times.
The win mnvnri A -
the Independent title contest
against tho Lutheran Student As
sociation Which hnri in tt.
semi-clash in a much different
The Lutheran mnifj
ROTC seven runs in the top of the
first innlnff and ihon fn,,nU
behind to capture a 14-9 victory
The Middles utilized two hi four
vvama nu a iour-run error by the
Lutheran leftficlder to chalk up
i ..muak insurmountable lead.
Jim Edwards Ipd off nHh . et
gle and with one out. Navy pitcher
Ron Svec doubled him home with
the first tally. Four straight walks
forced home a pair more and with
two out, Elroy Munson drove a
high fly down the left field line at
which the leftfielder made a onnri
running attempt only to see the
Win At OU
The Nebraska golfers and ten
nis players went on a rampage
nnd swept a golf and tennis meet
with Omaha University Wednes
day. It was the second win over the
Omaha Indians for the golfers
and sweet revenge for tho tennis
men, who were defeated earlier
in the year by the Omahans.
The golf match was played at
Omaha Happy Hollow golf course.
Two Nebraskans tied for medal
ist honors. They were veteran
Erv Peterson and Tom Tolen.
Both men had 74's.
In the closest matrh of the rtav
Peterson drew with Omaha's
Dean Wilson. NU won three
matches and tied one.
The tennis match was a see-saw
affair that saw Nebraska win a
set and then the Indians retaliate.
NU finally won, 4-3.
The first doubles tpm that ha
been having most of the wins this
season had to take a back seat
to the second doubles team who
annexed as victors.
The Hu'skers have a practice
match with York before their next
big meet with Colorado on May
20 in Lincoln.
Wtrrc-n Andrew (N). drfrslrd Tom Burte,
. -non nil fO) defeated Mike
Holyoke, 7-fi, -3. frank Redman N de
Jeated Carl Carlson. 7-K. 4-8. 6-S Brendon
Crallather (0) defeated Boy Colson. 1-8, 10-8.
P-J. Jim Campbell (N), defeated Dale
w omer, 6-3, 6-4.
Burkc-Blockcr defeated Andrewn-Hnlvnke,
r-7, 6-4, 6-4. Redman-Colson defeated Carl-on-Galiathrr,
pean Wilson (0) and Krv Peterson drew.
Dick I,aiicr (N) defeated Jerry
Vofin- "-l Ij0,li "orr N defeated
Fred Shmrock. 8-1; Tom Tolen (N) defeated
Archie Tcmoleton, 3-0.
llM-jard d.h tot.t by Richard tambsrt,
220-y.rd dash tSl.S by rm Phillips,
Omaha Central. I9t.
dAi50.B b Charl.i Hunley,
1.58.S bf Bob Glint, Madl
Mlla run 4:211.1 h mil h.j
Hlsli hurdlas 1!4. by Robert Berkshire,
lw hurdle i3ii.5 by
Pole vault H.au by In r Ai.n.m. a in.
Hlth Jnmft 8.JH by Barold
Hroad fume M-10H by Jin Mather,
jjjntput St-t by Bill Tfelff, Lincoln,
DiKUl 18.1-2-11 b Howard It.hi... Tin.
HNO ralay t rSI.l by North Plain (Onion
Parks, (ieorte Drost, Koland Reed, Floyd
Aiwma), i van.
Mil relay 3tM.s by Omaha North (Ver
nnt Ooldsberry, Norma Stewart, Dooald
Winters. Wayne Tyanen. IBM.
1-mllc relay New event It 195.1,
The fifty-first annual high
school track championships open
today and continue on Saturday
on the University campus.
The cream of the high school
crop will be down in Lincoln to
attempt to take the respective
championships back to their own
Thirteen district records have
been broken in previous meet
ings. Six more records are in dan
ger of being broken this year.
The various threats come from
all over the entire state
ball bound out of his glove while
all four runners scored.
The winners collected a pair of
runs in their half of the first on a
single by Ned Luther, two walks
ana an error. Only a double play
by the Gobs saved them at this
It was all tied -up after the sec
ond canto. With one out. th
Lutherans counted five times on
three hits, a walk and an error.
The Sailors got their last look at
tho lead in the fourth as Edwards
walked, stole second and then
raced home on Svec's single.
The winners captured the lead
for the first and last time in their
half of the fourth with two runs
on two hits and a wild throw by
Edwards and then wrapped it up
m vne nun wun live more big tal
lies on three hits and three walks.
Mel Brydl's two-run homer in this
inning was tho big blow.
Luther, Brydl and Don Searcy
each collected two of the ten Lu
theran hits off Svec. Brydl and
Bob Mortvedt each had an after
noon s RBI total of four. Svec was
the only Middle able to get more
;.ra!, one hIt off Lutheran Bernie
Wallman and drove in two runs
with his two hits. Wallman al
lowed only five safeties while
striking out four.
,o?rnilusker C-P Sained the
1953 fraternity finals on the
strength of a tremendous last-two-inning
rally. The Co-opers
defeated previously unbeaten Pi
Kappa Phi, 6-5, after trailing, 1-5,
with two out in the fifth inning of
the regulation six-inning fray.
The long road began in the last
of fifth as Jack Van Anne led off
with one of his day's total of three
hits. Harry Wray, followed with
another single but Van Ann.
never got beyond second as he
cui cown lor the first out. Sammy
Chang, who was to become the
eventual hero, was nailed for the
second out and the Coco outlook
however, with his
me game ana pitcher Stu Nelson
pushed his, .team rlght back into
contention with n iina.i
amv - MUVl
nomerun mat was good for three
Still the Cornhuskers trailed bv
a single point and that lnn
counter loomed much bigger as
nie ursi iwo uo-opers were re
tired in the last inning. Van Anne
u . ynrou?h sain, however.
wun ms inira straight hit and
Wray walked to put the tying run
in scoring position.
Both runners advanced nnp iw
.... . ..." i r
s v-iiang aucKea a wild pitch and
then scamnered hnmo with v.o
victory as Chang lined a single
in in venier.
Until the fateful twn tVa
Pi Kaps were pretty well in con
trol, thanks to the wildness of
Nelson and their only three hits
m the game.
TWO hits bv Divftn nnrl lVvitr
r i.. . ve
nines pius a nit-Datsman gave the
Pi Kaps a two-run bulee in fho
first and three walks and an error
upped their count to four in v,
Boys Town's Charley Jones ap- fourth. Meanwhile, the Porn
pears to ce a cinch to break the managea their single tally in the
oia miie marK. He has run one secona on three straight hits.
secona on or me record con
sistently during the season and is
expected to put forth everything
ne nas m the state meet
ine low nuraie recora is un
der fire from Don Comstock of
Scottsbluff. The record is held
by Hoppy McCue of Arapahoe.
The pole vault and shotput
marks are also in danger of be
ing broken. Creston's 330 pound.
Bud Henke, has been hittipg 53-2
in practices ana we state record
There is one major change this
year. There will be two-mile
competition in Class A and B.
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Varsityi "By The Light of The
Silvery Moon," 1:22, 3:21, 5:20,
in the Sharpe Bldf. 1309 N St
The fifth Pi Kbd tallv ramo in
the fifth inning on Los Ingold's
safety and two walks and another
Coco error. All told, Nelson issued
nine bases on balls while striking
out six and hitting two.
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Courtesy Lincoln Sine
JERRY DUNN . . . This hard
hitting outfielder has had tome
hard luck this year in getting
his share of hits at the plate.
Dunn regained some of his form
last game against Kansas State
when he hit two for five and
smashed a ball to the right field
wall only to have it caught on a
spectacular catch. Dunn was on
the third All-Amerlcan baseball
team last year, lie will be try
ing to help the Huskers Friday
and Saturday at Bouluder, Colo,
when the Huskers tangle with
the CU Buffs. The NU team
is currently in third place be
hind Missouri and Oklahoma.
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After kdnl .wo do,, m.lche, 1t W ''" Xn'TSZS"'
within one week, the Nebraska tne mile run. Tins was lowers ,
trackmen ore pointing to the Big "t action since he Injured his " rff"t,0, . a .
Seven conference meet, set lor ' ui.aBS wwy wiiiinMn rks. iVobcTir (Ks and
May Ti-ii at Ames. la. nViu.
Tho Huskers went down to do-: The Huskers continued to dom-
feat at the hands of Missouri last inate the weight divisions. Paul
Saturday, 60-65 and were edged .Grimm led the shotput field for
again Wednesday by Kansas State, the second consecutive meet by
08-63. In both meets the Huskers taking first place in that event. He
were beaten in tho last event, the heaved the iron ball, 47-4-.
mile relay event. I Close behind Grimm were two
There was an encouraging note nr his loammatM. Cliff Dalu and
for the Husker mentor, Ed Weir. Larrv Smith.
The NU tracksters finally came j i n. i nuie (N, ms-oi .'ird Kbcn
throuirh in 1h miHdle-dintanee . .omlln r"u'''c" ' a--uu m u.c mo l rrrord. of.. HO-lOtfc t
si - - - " - f lottia nni mar a naiir mini manr itiin in i'riiinr ikmi. iii.iii
runs vo 6mii Bume uiipui lain. -h h dI1H thn en,.nr.
iJwiiits. . 1K1.AU, In hotter Hnllln Prnthr'H
Leading the Husker cause on u T 10 n,
tho track was the reliable Hobo, ri,. ui !,,,) i v,i
TZ"1!0 XT Sn A0llnning ways by' taking the jave-
I "a j! ;uToa tJ' : ' . ' ' ...i.u 'Iin throw for the fourth consecu-
and 1n the 880. Ha ran even with
John Caldwell over most of the
distance and then forged ahead
in the stretch to nose the Wild
cat. Jones returned to compete in
the half-mile where ho was forced
to come from behind and win in
the final stretch over Ted Hanson
in a creditable time of 4:32.4.
Jones Won the 080 in 1:35.9.
eight-tenths of a second off of the
meet record set by Dick Towers
Continuation of the Pittsburgh-
Nebraska football series to four
years, was announced by Athletic
Director George Clark today.
Pitt and Nebraska resume rela
tions next fall with a game at
Pittsburgh, October 10.
Pitt comes to Lincoln in 1954.
The new two-year pact finds Ne
braska journeying to Pittsburgh
October 15, 1955 and Pitt playing
in Lincoln, November 17, 1956.
The two teams have not met
One disappointment for the
Huskers was the failure of the us
ually powerful polo vaulters to
place in their event.
Glenn Beerllne of the Huskers
set another record Wednesday. He
Jumped 23-5 to better Herb
Hosklns Jump in 1950 of 23-5
Wendell Close and Dan Tolman
paced the Huskers in the hurdles.
Cole and Tolman ran one-two in
the low hurdles and Cole won the
highs with Tolman placing third.
Mil ni Won by Jones )N)t 2nd Han
son (KS)i 3rd Tnwvrt (KS). Time 4:32.4.
4411-yd. dinh Won bv linker (KHit 2nd
Rows KH) 3rd Nsrtnrloui (KS), Time
:4I1.4 Olis meet record set hy Jim Martin
100-yd. dniti Won by llakrr (KS): 2nd
Mcmhon (KS) 3rd Taylor (KS). Time
2nd Tolman (N) 3rd lUllsback (KS), Time
880-yd, me Won hy Jones (N)t 2nd:
Caldwell (KS)I 3rd Matzka N. Tfmo
220-yd. dah Won hv nkcr fKS)t 2nd
Henrickson (N) 3rd Mention (KS). Time
:20.6 (betters meet record of :21.7 set by,
Allan Thommon (N), 1B40). I
220-yd. low kurdles Won by Cole (N);
2nd Tsyloi (KS)i 3rd Tolman (N). Time,
Kills Relay Won by aKntas Slate (Towcri,
Howe. Caldwell, Rnkcr). Time 3:24. S. 1
Kelley (N), Heliht fl-OH.
Mhntpul Won by (Irlmm (N), 47-4 Hi
2nd Dale (N), 4ft-3tt I 3rd hmlth (N). 44-71t.
Jaell Won by lliinllry (N), 177-1 'A I 2nd
Crevldon (KS), 17-Di 3rd Lathron IN).
Ilroad lump Won by Beerllne (N), 23
ISi 2nd Swiler (KS), 23-4 4l 3rd Iln
com (N), 213 hellers meet rtinrd of
2:i-fi'4 set hy Herb llotklni (KS), lU.'.O).
I'ola vault Tic for 1 amont Swllrer
(KS), Machm (KS) and Winierl (KS). llelaltt
lllr-Won hy Smith (N), JM-S'il 2nd
ttitfto -jv "i'twiwa!''"Mwi
fs i(s., : ,
GLENN BEERLINE . . . Glenn
set a new record against the
Kansas State Wildcats In a dual
meet held Wednesday at Man
hattan, Kansas. Beerline
Jumped 24-5)4 to take first
place honors In the broad jump
competition. Against Missouri
last Saturday Glenn set another
dual meet record jumping 24-5.
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