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q Friday, Moy 22, 1953
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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FIRST TEAM POS.
Boich Practical Arts p
Nelson Cornhusker Co-op P
Schmidt Presby House C
Hoffman Pi Kappa Phi 1B
Cotter Alpha Tau Omega 2B
Best Sigma Nu 3B
High Beta Sigma Psi SS
Bryant Practical Arts OF
Korisko rhi ueita I neta ot-
All-University Softball Team
SECOND TEAM POS.
Jiskra Ag" Men P
Dannehl Beta Sigma Psi P
Wolfe Cornhusker Co-op C
Johnson Delta Sigma Phi , IB
Searcy Lutherans 2B
Bachman Phi Kappa Psi 3B
Wray Cornhusker Co-op SS
Eberspacher Jokers OF
Larson Frosh Dents OF
Lanee Siema Atoha Ed. OF
Brittin Phi Kappa Psi
Roberts Beta Sigma Psi
Kreycik Voc Ag
Van Berg Jokers
Randell Presby House
Reiland Delta Sig Pi
Frost Alpha Gamma Rho
HONORABLE MENTION: Pitchers Dunning, Sigma Chi; Lawrence, Delta Sigma Phi; Kerr, Alpha Gamma
Rho.' Catchers Shainholtz, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Marrs, Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Weber, Practical Arts. First Base
David, Pioneer House; Chichester, Newman Club. Second Base Blank, Frosh Dents; V'f'V' NPFa r-si,
Todd, Sigma Chi. Third Base Bordogna, Practical Arts; Worth, Practical Arts; Roper, Phi Delta Theta. shortstop
Loehr, Pracical Arts; Rankin, Phi Kappa Psi; Lawless, Pioneer House; Kauf, Beta Theta Pi; Pay n.ch, Delta Tau
Delta. Outfield Gillespie, Beta Theta Pi; Van Anne, Cornhusker Co-op; Aden, Nebraska Co-op; Jones, Delta fcig
ma Phi; Beery, Pioneer House; Rohan, Newman Club.
Boich's Hurling Sparks Arts
To 7-1 Wn Over Cornhusker
By BILL MUNDELL
Intramural Sports Columnist
Behind the one-hit pitching of
irr,io nnirh Practical Arts cap
tured the 1953 All-University 1-M
softball championship weanesaay
evening by downing Cornhusker
Co-op, 7-1. It was the second
All-U title in three years by the
Arts aggregation, having won u
all in 1951, Cornhusker had taken
at second on Charlie Bryants
fielders' choice. Bryant was
picked off first by catcher Wolfe
for what should have been the
third out, but the first-sacker
dropped the ball for an error.
Clayton Scott then walked to set
the stage for Boich's clout to
break the scoring ice.
gled to right for the only hit off
Only one more loser reached
first after that as Rassmussen
lived on an error with but one
out in the sixth, but he was erased
on a double play, Scott to Cifra,
to end the game.
TTl . 4 1 ; . V .1 n.M.
" ine Ails cnumpions ww
Nelson was me first co-oper w;the Independent title over toe iJU
rear.h first base off Boich as helthorsn student Association for
the crown in 1950, so it was an obtained the Arts pitcher's only.e right to meet Cornhusker
attempt for a second xme since waiK 01 me iray u ieaa on me wnich had coppea uie traienuiy
half -century mark lor doui cornnusKer second. tiopes ior a
rally were quiCKiy crusneu as.
Nelson was caught trying to steal
and Boich janned me next two
"Boich Named 'Most Valuable' As 55
Softballers Gain All-Star Recognition
In addition to his superb hurl
ing, Boich's bat contributed the
rude awakening for the.Cocos, as
well. With two out and two on
in the second frame, he powered
a home run over the center-field
er's head to sweep home the first
tiirr. nine nf the fame.
iTnt l then, there were tnose
with doubts that anyone would
score in this contest
r acifh frnm All-Uni- nitrhinff staff is Stu Nelson
1WU in-" .-twi . . . . . - .-- - -
vcrsity champion Practical Arts .Fraternity champion cornnusKer
and' runnerup-fraternity Alphao-op. Nelson sported a 6-1 rec
Tau Omega highlight the 1953 All- ord for the year, including one
University I-M Softball Team. 'no-hitter.
Arnie Boich and Charlie Bryant! Larry Schmidt of Presby House
represent the Arts champions 'gcts the nod on the assignment of
of hoDes alive until the finals.
Bill Best of Sigma Nu wins a
hattle with Bachman
of the Phi Psi's and Van Berg of
v. ti,, fn the thirri-hase OOSl-
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tion. The agile Best covered the
hnt enmpr like a hawK -as xne
The chamoions broke the came w etwr
wide open in the third as three iSJjL i.
hits, a hit batter, a want ana an Hw K ...
error sent four runs across theiWitiuk ..
I plate. Don Weber's lead off dou-
crown by defeating Alpna aau
.1 1 1
Nu's threatened all along the way.
r,, f s fipid nf eieht good
c.r.rt:tnn Oliver High of Beta
fi. nnft rrHrr sxnri finnrPt , nnfv, 4 V . c a turn nirivrs
Gohde join the squad from the Schmidt eked out the decision over
. i i c r 1 f. n n iti
iaus. WOlie Ol uirnnuei u-ujj ouuiSin.ii, : , ,l. ..mVo.
. . . , -r.- r.: .11 Clnmo tiygc Tatprt AS the nUmDCr
Outstanding plaver of the sport ; Kooerts 01 ccia oigma x-m b on oi6...o - riarrv
S Accorded Boich as throe turned in creditable jobs one l-
he pitched and batted the Arts to during xne yeai. , 0 r
the? second All-U title in three! First-base honors go to Frank .narrowest ot margins
years Boich was by far the most 'Hoffman of Pi Kappa Phi. Hoff- Outfield honors go to .Bryant of
Zbe a whole host of finejman led the Pi Kaps on the field the Arts, Jer,K Z
piKs this year, in six games and at the plate to the is Theta and Ghde f
SSSU'S SS of the Taus gets gS fiS, Td
U out ?6 and walking 10, andUw noc i over D " J; e
Plant Pafhobav Wins 1953 Faculty
Bowling Crown; Awards Program Set
iwere: pitchers Ross of Sigma Nu,
Kunes of Alpha Tau Omega;
catcher Blaha of Theta Xi; and
third-baseman Roper of Phi Delta
Tn the Independent division
i they were: pitcher Fleming of the
Jokers; first-baseman uanex 01
Niw ROTC: second-baseman
Swenson of Presby; and outfielder
! Schmidt of the Methodist House,
ble was the bigegst clout of the
inning while Bryant ana boi-
. ' i j i : 1 Irkik
ore in una cunrau aogna comriDUiea Mnt;ies. ajic
rn-nn nitcher. Stu Nelson c
first inning, getting the fourth
try when catcher Hal Wolfe
dropped his third strike on George
Cifra. Nelson was up to tne sit
uation, however, and sent John
Bordogna down swinging to ena
Rnich needed onlv 11 Bitches to
strike out the side in the last of
ToMt M I I
CORK HUSRER CO-Or 1
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co-op aeieiiucis usmciicu up oiki lmme! Ih . t 4
that frame and Nelson allowed the, 8tmhniu sh'"r. i
Arts Sluggers DUt two more narin-j - ; - ,
less singles to blank them the rest;,- ;;";:;;;t t
of the way. But the damage had;inher ft . . 5
been done. jiu t 1
Wtjt "tA nff the Cornhusker i . .
' ' ' - - 7 - Tm.L IS 1 I IK m
fourth bv striking out but lived'
Pnrtical Arts . H 7
bs Weber droDDed the ball and
took second as Weber's throw
strike out tne siae in tne sailed over the first-baseman's
the first and the Arts took their , th t t b t.
ters were being retired, Wray stole
turn in hat apain
Phil Haas walked to open tne
Irtc1 ciarrvnri fin rl after John Wit-
iuk struck out, Haas was nailed
third and then streaked home with
the only Coco tally as Nelson sm-
Cnmhai&er - 1 I
RRI Knirk x. Bnrnocna. earn. Am.
F Weber S. iM-mmel, Wnlfe, twirl. Ran-
mnaum. SB Weber. Hn Hoick.
Clfia i, Bnrdoana, Bryant, V ra. Ifr
Arts K. Cs 0. IiP Scon In rm.
HBP Wltluk Ow elMin). BB BoWi U
Nelsoa 7. SO Boick IS. Velum ?. J.R
Arts S, Ct-n . TB Wolfe, t Sorea
mib lanch. T 1 108. A M.
ji i U . a4 hnt
The 1953 Faculty-B o w 1 i n g neenng nave taKen mc
league action came to a close championships.
Monday night with the crowning Top bowler of the year aust
of Plant Pathology as champion completed was L. D. Edmison of
. . rrtu OVilrifnr rr uv.f r'nUfiaa -VL'hri turned in
ior me year, uic i awiujuW ,xcauiici o .
lers although finishing third in; the high individual game score ol
the 'second half-year of competi-268. Merk Hobson of Chemury
tion used their first-round ad- possessed the high average of the
vantage to win the title by two year, a 172. Most improved bowler
games over secona-jjiace
This is the seventh straight year
of action for the Faculty I-M
sport, having originated in 1946
471 For the past four years the
league has been functioning un
der the lead of its president,
Charles E. Miller, Chairman of
the Physical Education depart
ment. During those years the league
has been operating with 16 teams
with an average of 145 faculty
men participating each year. Each
v nctinn is divided into two
halves with each team meeting
every other team for three deci
sions each round. The teams all
HnnnrtmpTlts and COl-
leges in the University with all
action taking place at the Bowl-
Mor Alleys each Monday auer
The 1953 intramural spring
golf championships will be held
Saturday morning, May 23. AH
18 holes of this year's play will
be staged on this one day,
since the earlier date had been
All men interested in com
peting in this year's action must
be ready to tee-off at the Pio
neers Golf Course between 7
and 8:30 a.m.Saturday. An or
ganization may enter as many
men as they wish with the six
best scores counting towards
the team championship.
the Student Union to distribute
seven awards and prizes for this
season's action. Dr. Charles S.
iir;u nmfoccnr rf T?UsinesS Or-
ganization, will act as mo wuu
nmmHPo nn arrangements
will consist of Dr. Charles Neidt,
nr TVTpt-1 Hobson ana i-roieSui
Awards to be given are: travei-
M.vViv fnr tne cnampjuu
Pathology team and medals to its
-i j. u TVTitr-in
keglers; traveling iropuy w. jm.
it nieh scratch score: indi
vidual trophy to Edmison for his
o,nt-o- individual xrounv IU
from The Sidelines
Four Afli Teams Bid
At Ames Wis Week
It. unnears that Nebraska's outlook for varsity sports next year
is an exceptionally good one.
Hlncr r.nafh Sill Olassford's Call.
VVltll liUIllClUUS a -
and a pre-seasonal runnerup prediction handed to the Cornhusker
. . . a. 1 ' - 1 "U.Mk4.n Tk. 'Frill With
gridders, NU s looiDan outiooK is mucii ucua iui u
ii ;,ni-,T4T,cr nffoncp and nne-nlatoon svstem working
LlIC JICW OJUfiic-wwife v' ' " -
smoothly, the Scarlet team will fly through the rugged 10-game
(schedule in fine shape.
Nebraska's basketball "hopes are again strong, with only one
regular loss on the entire squad. We're counting on the Husker
cagers to return to their upper-division rating in the conference
It's the same story in gymnastics and other sports, too. All
ilettermen plus a host of talented frosh will be back next year to
!keep Coach Jake Geier's gym squad strong.
Orchids To Willie
Phi Gams, Becker, Veitzer
Win Tennis Doubles Titles
Marshall Recker and Norm
Veitzer of Sigma Alpha Mu cap
tured the 1953 I-M Tennis aoumes
chamrjionship and Phi Oamma
to edge out Theta Xi, the Fall ten
nis champions, and win the team
trophy. The TX'ers scored a total
cnampionsnip ana fni vrauuua v .r.
Delta the team title as the sport ol 10 points to capture the run-
... .... t . - t . . neTTm nnciTifvn
closed out its activity weanesaay r - - .
night Becker and Veitzer toppled Following these two teams, the
iDick Thompson and Dave Alkire field was well bunched. The Phi
I of Phi Kappa Psi, 6-2, 4-6, 6-3 to; Psi's took third with nine points
taKe xne aii-u crown, mj "'"v-"-"."?
TiMh thp final doubles teams seven by Beta Theta Pi. The rest
had swept five straight matches ,of the scoring was six ior the
to earn the right to meet in ine aammies, iuur vy nu
finals. It was the first time this, Theta, two each for Nebraska Co
year that either team had been op and Alpha Tau Omega and one
extended to three sets. leach for Sigma Nu and Beta Sig-
The Phi Gams tallied 12 points ima si.
At this time I'd like to commend the men who have covered
the various activities in the field of sports for The Daily Nebraskan
Bill Mundell, former sports editor ana present muamiM
isports columnist, worked long hours in turning out excellent cover
L ;i.,r,ic. T, !Taff crrpatlv indebted to this man. Bill
i,;n lpoo .h- iTniversitv this soring to enter the Yale School ol
Illgll iitwii., " - - , J ' "
tlKor, 4nr his tnn average: andinwrinil-ir
an individual trophy to McCart- Commendations are due also to Howard Vann, assistant sports
ney for being the most improveueditor) anQ reporters worm veitzer, oary rianuwu
bowler. In addition there will be;Paynich
For that nightly snmelc
Lets eat at the
in r.nnt. M. L. Mc
he first crown for Plant' Cartney of Army ROTC and Mu-
v " orn iiroe rna Tnn iram atujt
Pathology in the seven-year span, wcj o. -
During this time, Chemurgy and oI the year. pro
Army ROTC led the way wnn wd, ' wm be held on Monday,
titles apiece while Music and Er m vi l e em rf
RusinesK Organization and Engl- May in at P-'"-
a prize to the low bowler of the
year and to the bowler with the
largest spread between two con
The final team standing for
1 riant Pathology '
3. Biblionmaniac n.l J
A. Art KOTC 2'
5. Ak Ennincpring nl
Tie Navy ROTC f'l
7. Knzmoz tR
R. ChrmurRV 4o
fl. Army FiOTC 44
10. Teacher'. Cnllcse
11. General Ar fj
VI. Pmincw Org
The ton ten men:
1. Bob BKhman T'hi T'' , ,, i.
n T.ll, Tki.ri.nuwi Pill I'll I
A nTe f-nllur A TO ??
iorv tne: i it i ",a--7,i ',u in(i
li. lion TTri rm I" ,,t
7 il lllnuin. A IO "?
TIE Al Hanu-n Sik F.p J?
0. Ed Sarkmman iramam v n
10. Tnm Hi-aley Hi-im "'
Bob Bachman Named Year's
Outstanding I-M Competitor
nh Tarhman of Thi Kappa I got firsts in softball and swimming
P,fi.d2eA!while Black won swimming and
wiivirinal ncrformcr in intra-: u
mural sports for the 1953 season
today. Bachman totaled 145 points
in five sports to capture the hon
ors over Larry fccnmiai who cum
tipH riurine the year forv th
Mustangs and Presby House.
In an arbitrary point set-up,
first places in any sport, including
being named tb the first-teams on
All-U all-star teams, counted 61
points. On down, second gained
jo nnintc -third 23. fourth 19. fifth
17 onri hnnnmble mention 15.
Bachman picked up his points in;
basketball, sortoau, iooiduu, vui
lovhull imd tennis.
Schmidt was one of three men
who garnered two CI pointers. He
got his in football and softball and
.,..i,riH im Bi.rfinri with 132 points.
Dick Thompson of Phi Psi's was
third with 123 points, 61 points
coming on football. Gene Cotter
nnd Bill Black, representing Alpha
Tau 6mega and Sigma Nu, tied
for fourth with 122 points. Cotter
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