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ikbrasha Tennis Team is
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inert ia uui ntumsjoii uu me university tennis team!
few weeks ago three of the live members on the tennis squad
Mnrminir into the Nebraskan nffiro.
Call1 Sl o mi. fwu men uuuuica
in this writer s lap. Their complaints were verv iustified and T
thougth that it would be a good idea to pass their whims on to
rirsi i " w,,v- ' wibiub uic veieiaiis un xne wornnusKer
lauad. There is only one letterman on the entire NU team. Mike
io the lone returning veteran that formic r-n-r.h va
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hotham had to work with at the beginning of the season. Mike's
hometown is PASADENA, CALIF.
n rfht nmu inp n SKPTmpn npira era in art nr mnKAi
ivin 1 xut. fcuinv-u iwm luiicaaivc wins
over their opponents. One of the wins a greulling eleven and one-
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of interest the campus and the potential athletes had in tennis. Each
year they stated that there are hardly enough men that do turn
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Holyoke stated, "Just because there are no scholarships for
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He's right too, because there is still the opportunity for a man
to earn and wear his letter.
It is a pitiful situation when there is not one Nebraskan listed
f ti,- ctartlniT five. The original hometowns of tho varcitv men
Tanee from California to Minnesota. Warren Andrews is originally
from UJvL.AfiVJvm, jim v,ampoeu is irom wiuffliflii, uay uoison
Is from MINNESOTA, and Frank Redman is from MIAMI, FLA.
Some of these men live in Nebraska now but none of them claim
Jt as meir nume.
There are some freshmen tennis players who claim the Com
husker state as their birthplace but there is still a need for an in
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competent coach that can teach you the fundamentals and develop
your auiiiiico. I
In some oi me major scnoois tennis ana gon are two oi xne
main sports. There is no reason why tennis cannot be on an even
level with some of the other major sports. Naturally it will not
draw the crowds that some of the other major sports are able to,
but at least there will be an attempt to develop some interest on the
part of the university fans.
Before there can be a winning team there must be more men
trying out for the team and a higher point of interest by the uni
On The Cinders
Another bit of information came from the track office in the
coliseum. The first thing that the coach had to say is that the
Missouri Valley Association has extended the time for freshmen track
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ell of bad weather that hit the entire region. The date has been
moved up to May w.
The next thing the coach talked about was how impressed he
Has with the performances he had observed by high school trackmen
last weekend at the annual high school state meet.
"There is a fine ciop of high school athletes coming up next
year," stated Weir. The coach is anticipating a winning team in
1955. The incoming freshmen are not eligible for varsity competition
until their sophomore year.
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Friday. NU has lost two very close contests in their last two meets, track and field championships,
-one to Missouri, 66-65, and one to the highly touted Kansas State hopes for another surprise this
Wildcats, 68-63. week. The occasion is the loop
Right now I can see just two weaknesses on the Nebraska outdoor carnival at Ames, la., Fn-
leam. inev neea someone w M.oie in me tpnius suu muu uii".uj
In the middle-distances.
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Arts Team Is Foe
TO CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS ... The
Cornhusker golf squad travels to Ames, la, this
weekend for the Big Seven tourney on the Cy
clone links. Members of the squad are (left
to right): Louis Roper, J. O. Benedict, Roger
Gohde, Erv Peterson, Dick Lauer and Tom Tolen.
r4i.-..u C..n4.u Tmimal nnd Stf
Husker Coach Bob Hamblet Is on the extreme
right. The Nebraskans will carry a record of
four wins and eight losses into the meet. Pe
terson, top golfer on the squad this season, was
fifth In the Big Seven meet last year.
HUSKERE EYE BIG MEET
Aff Jhindads Hope Surprise
Big Seven Outdoor Track Kecords;0f :i4.6 by Wendell Cole
1110-rard dub HslMrt Mtlcr, Iow BUM,
22(l-arl dash (one Uml Cimrcc Koettel,
Oklahoiu. tzi.3. 140 (strabktaway) Tkan
Baktr. Hanui Hlal. i2.S, 1052.
440-ranl dath (two turns) BUI IiTda, Ok
lahoma. :4.0, I942i (ona tan) Bob Bias
mnns, Ntbraska, :47.T, 1MB.
HWI-yard run (.lean CanninKnam, Jtaasu,
Mile run Iilll McCain, MUsogrl, 4:11.7,
" mile run Herb Bemper. Kansas, 9:21.0,
Mile relay Kansas Male. J:17.6, 1936.
120-yard hick hurdles Bud (Jartlser, Mis
souri. :ll.2. 1948. . .
4n.i.rrf Inw hurrfli.-nii turn) Dick Ault.
Miunuri. :21.1. 1948: (straightaway) Jack
Greenwood. Kansas, MX, 19AI.
l'ole .ault BUI CarroU, Oklaboau, 14'-1"
Javelin Herb Grole, Nebraska, 219-4",
Hhol put Jim Allen, Colorado, 3-10'4i"
Hlab luaia Torn Scorield, Kansas, C-TH"
1114-im V.did Ulhhels. Ntbraska, 1(0'-
5i". 19t. .... I
Kmad lump Sol Hchumuxaj, .nissonn,
U'-H". 1941. ,
Nebraska, a surprise third, in
the Big Seven Conference indoor
nnrnhmlcpr entrants bv events:
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hick Jump Phil Heldtlk. Wtan Matzlu, Kay
Keiiey) snot put viui naic, ram unm,
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WhiUker, Uoyd Latkropi broad lump ttlenn
Deeninc sjauu n wikubii nciun.
Kill- I? -4 ll.lln. T14KB. U'llMVt AAll
Jin Hurley, Hunley, Hobe Jones; inn Brien
Huskers Bid At Ames
Jones: 11111 nrien .
Hendrlrbson. Whilaken 120-yard high hurdleslflay.
Wendell Pole. Dan Tolman, Hofsletter, Golf Coach
Gaylord Smith: 880 Jones, Wllcon 22J !n arripA for the
Whltaker, Hendrlcksom two-miie io:ms:i- , --- --
220-yard low hurdles Cole. Tolman. oayiora
nmilhi mile relay Hunley. Hendrickson,
tlniversitv of Nebraska eolf
and tennis teams wind up their
snrintr schedules with the Big
Seven Conference championships
at Ames, la., iriday ana oaiur-
By BILL MUNDELL
Intramural Sports Columnist
tf ,iii hp Cornhusker Co-op
against Practical Arts for the 1953
intramural All-umversuy sui-unn
championship. The Cornhuskers
won the right to meet the Arts
softballers by capturing the fra
ternity title Monday mgnv ay .
8-3 tally over Aipna j.au uuwso.
The Cocos utilized the wildness
of Tau hurler Ken Kunes for their
eight tallies and relied upon the
-riffht arm of Ditcher Stu
Nelson to keep the ATO sluggers
The new champs jumped on w
o hrco.riin lead in the first frame
on three walks and two lau er
rors, all three counters oeing un
earned. The losers appeared to be
striking back early as Gene Cotter
led off in the bottom oi tne urm
with a single, stole second and
raced all the way home on an
error, but Nelson bore down and
struck out the next tnree oaiiers.
rnmriiiskpr's first hit came in
the second canto and drove in the
fourth run of the fray, witn two
away, Roger Stuckennoitz singiea
41 nontpr Hrivinp in Fred Saat-
hoff who had gained first after
being hit by one or Mine.
n nnnparpd hleak indeed for
the Taus the next three stanzas
as Nelson sent them down in
nno-tmn-thrpo order. Al Blessing
was the only ATO that gained
first during tms span, geiuug
with a pitch, but he was erased
on a neat double-play, Wray to
Demmel in the third.
The champs sewed it up m the
top of the fifth as one hit and six
walks produced four more runs.
Wray's single was me oniy inn
in a long series of bases on balls
The Taus broke their long
drought in the fifth with a pair
of tallies as Sandebault walked
and Mac Bailey doubled to rigni
Both Ditchers allowed but three
hits but the difference came in
that Nelson allowed but one wauc
urhiip ' Kiuim sumassed even his
last Thursday total by Issuing 14
free tickets. Kunes led m ine
strikeout column with ten while
Nelson sent nine down swinging.
The Tau big guns that pulled
out Thursday's contest with Beta
Sigma Psi were effectively si
lenced Monday. Only Cotter was
much of a thorn in Nelson's sloe,
getting two of the three ATO
The 1953 finale will be staged
on the Coliseum Field No. 1 at
5 p.m. Wednesday for the big
championship, the AU-University
crown. Practical Arts won we
Independent title and the ticket
to Wednesday's meeting by drop
ping the Lutheran tstuaent Asso
ciation last Friday by a 9-0 score.
As (hlnii lnnlr now it Will
probably be a pitcher's battle all
the way with Nelson opposing
rfonhle no-hitter Arnie Boich.
Nelson also owns one no-run no-
hit contest this year.
Cornhusker co-op, aipna iau n
h p h a a
Wrayss Jlltt Cotter 2b
Chane rf S 1 0 0 n t.ohde if
Rt'c'h'li2b 1 1 01 Jones II
Nelson p 8 10 0 1 Kimes p
Ras'fonSb t 0 0 0 0 Weber s
Wolfe c 2 10 10 0 Hand'lt 3b
a. m n 1 M 1 Hallow m
uemm iio o i ? " . i . n
VAnne If 110 1" ?Mm? " J " 2
Haathoff cf 1 1 0 0 0 Oakes lb S 0 0 S 0
Scott el 1 1 o l o
ab r h o a
8 12 0 0
3 0 0 0 0
3 0 0 0 O
3 0 0 0 t
t 0 0 0 1
110 4 0
2 1 1 10 1
. . . . 4 rrninl. Sft S S 18 4
Totals ' .n a
mosson, Wolfe, Bail.y. E"5I,USS
fiohde, 8a.deb..1t, "T
iLcornhuXV T,u. l.;l.T
hu'keTs. Tans 1. BB Nelson 1, Klines 14.
HMeta 9, Kunes 10. "BPelso. fhT
Kunes), 8aathoff (bp Kunes), Van Ann I flw
Kunes), Blessing by '?", PTK?T
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Huskers To Ames
The Tlniversitv of Nebraska's
spring sports teams will be con
centrated at Ames, la., this week,
scene ot the Big seven conier
me tracK, gou ana tennis teams
will be seeking conference crowns
as the baseball team meets Iowa
State in a two-game series Friday
Direct Final Drives
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Main Feature Clock
(Schedules Kurnlshed by Theaters)
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Ton pfforts bv Coach Ed Weir's i .n i-no s-ir 7:21. fl:2S
thinclad performers this year in- Nebraska: "Anna," 1:00, 3:57,
elude shot put heaves of 49,-ll g:54 9:5i. Fast Company," 2:45,
by Cliff Dale and 4a-T4" py,5:42 8:39.
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Paul Urirom, a leap oi -4 -a "
the broad jump by Glenn Beer
line, a 1:55.9 half mile by Hobe
Jones, and a high hurdles mark
Bob Hamblet has
trio a five-man 1
team, including Erv Peterson of.
Lincoln who wound up as the No.
5 man in the loop a year ago.
Other Cornhusker participants,
will be Sophomores Dick Lauer;
and Roger Gohde of Lincoln, and
Seniors Tom Tolen of Ord and
Louis Roper of Lincoln.
Five netters also will go to
Amps. Pairines will be made
Thursday night for the conference
Coach Ed Higginbotham's quin
tet includes Mike Holyoke, Pasa
dena, Calif.; Frank Redman,
Miami, Fla.; Warren Andrews,
AcViinnrT Rov ' Colson. Glenwood.
Minn., and Jim Campbell, Grand
CixirtesT Lincoln aitar Cirtr Uscola journal
-NEBRASKA MENTORS . . . Coaching: their tams in final Bit
Qrven action Fridar and Saturday t Ames will he Track Coach
d Weir (left) and Baseball Coach Tony Sharps. The thinclads
hope to repeat their surprise Indoor earnlva! upper-division plaee
n the Ci clone outdoor oval, while the NU diamondmen seek to
( seep their conference position men.
National Golf Day
Scheduled May 23
National Golf Day will be held
RTir 91 ihronehout the united
States. Lincoln will participate in
the competition at an ot me tocu
wotii-mai r.nif f)av was set up
for the purpose of donating funds
to worthy organizations, n is co
jponsored by Life Magazire and
the PGGA. The entry fee is one
dollar. - ....
This year members of the Uni
versity AUF will collect the one
dollar green fee in co-ordination
with the local community chest.
Last year over $80,000 was collected.
One of the top golfers in the
ill tour a national golf
course and competing contestants
will be given handicap strokes.
Anyone who beats the nationally
known golfer s score wins a na
tional Golf Day medal
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