The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 26, 1954, Page Page 3, Image 3
Friday, March 26, 1954 etrs Pelligrino, Jensen, Baker, Johnson, Evans Named On Team By FRANK SORENSON Sports Staff Writer A grand total ol 35 men gained recognition today as members of the 1954 Intramural Independent Basketball team Players from 19 of the 44 teams competing in the Independent Leagues make up this years select group as chosen by the teams themselves. The All-University champions the Dubbers led the way ' with six men on the first four teams, This is a surprising situation, hut is indicative of the bench strength that the champions bad. Bob Pelligrino, the Dubbers s lightening-fast forward from Broadview, 111., was the top vote getter of the 68 men who were honored on the ballots. Follow ing close behind Pelligrino v as his teammate. Chuck Jensen, who is the only holdover from last year's squad. Jensen's long side shots coupled with Pelligrino's drive ins gave the Dubbers the most potent one-two combination in play this year. Jensen toured the courts for the Pansies last year, a team he led to the semifinals. Pelligrino was a hot-and-rold shooter, but he hit below 10 points only four times this sea son and he found the eye on one occasion to score 32 markers for top one-game honors in two de partments, most points in one game and the most field goals in one game (16). JOINING Pelligrino and Jen sen on the mythical team was Bob Baker of the Freshman Dents. Baker normally played NU Coaches Name Award Qualifiers Basketball coach Harry Good and wrestling coach Al Partm announced the award winners in their respective sports Tlurs- day. There were nine letter winners on the varsity basketball team while fifteen freshmen received numerals from frosh basketball coach, Tony Sharpe. Receiving the varsity cage awards were Duane Buel, H'il lard Fagler, Jerry Hare, Bill Johnson, Stan Matzke, Gary Ren celman, Fred Seger, Chuck Smith, Don Weber and Tom Tobin, stu dent manager. Johnson, Seger and Weber are the only seniors of the group. The fifteen freshmen honored included John Beideck, Bruce Brugman, Bob Cook, Jerry Clemens, Dudley Doebele, Al Duey, Rex Ekwall, Doug Gibson, Terry Healey, Joe Houfek, Dale Knotek, Fred Largen, Jim Noo nan, Ted Westervelt, Bill Wells and student managers Lloyd Castner and Bill Hill. Partin awarded varsity wres tling letters to the following: mere Deines. Chick Graham, Jack Jirousek, John Crancer, Arnold Morton, Charley Pry ant, Lawrence Goll, Max Kitselman and Ron Dunn. Those receiving freshmen nu merals included Marshall Nelson. Allan Thober, Jack Bryans, Bob Strasheim, Bud Shaver, George Jorgenson, Jack Fleming, Du ane Fifer and William Thomas. Kitzelman Fights In NCAA Affair Max Kitzelman, Nebraska's Big Seven heavyweight wrest ling champion from Omaha, will compete in the NCAA Wrest ang Championships at Norman, Okla., this week. The meet is scheduled for Fri day and Saturday. Kitzelman won the Midwest AAU junior heavyweight title in j Omaha last week. 3x Lincoln's Sin epartmant Stswi Jim vm " If J) 0" 1 fee i w -ioidlepirod FIRST TEAM Ken Johnson Olive Oilers Bob Pelligrino Dubbers Bob Baker Frosh Dents Chuck Jensen Dubbers Pev Evans Ramblers THIRDTEAM Roger Bell Voc Ag Lee Dobler Dubbers Larry Raddle-Ag Jokers Ron Powers Gents Phil Haas Dubbers HONORABLE MENTION: Mankamyer Presby House; DeBoerM-Street; Welsch, Erberspacher, Freeman Hoyseeds; Stuckenholtz Voc Ag; Wolfe Dorm C; Braley Ramblers; Monson AGR Grads; Clausen Sigma Chi C; Gibbs Olive Oilers; Clark, Koca NROTC; Schainholtz Frosh Dents; Beadle Nebraska Co-op. forward but he was placed at center because of his 6-2 fmme, the tallest on the first five. Baker probably has the most basketball savvy of the team due to his former playing with the Chadron Eagles in the NCC loop and his present-season hookup with Bus Whitehead's AAU Storz team. Kenny Johnson who led a mediocre Olive Oilers team joins Pelligrino at the other for ward slot while Pev Evans of the potent Ramblers provided the weight at the other guard posi tion. Johnson traveled at a 15.9 points per game average to end up fourth in the All-U scoring and third in Independent point making. He has equal ability to shoot from the left or right side. Navy Pier Here Jake Geier's NU Gymnasts End Campaign Nebraska's gymnasts wind up their season this week, facing Illinois (Navy Pier Branch) at the University's Physical Educa tion Building Friday at" 8 p.m. and closing with the Midwest A.A.U. gym meet at Beatrice Sat urday afternoon. Entries for Friday night's event: Trampoline Nebraska : Brace Riley, Don Hodge, Max Kennedy. Navy Pier: Fred Dreger, Jim Harris, Ed Clark. Side horse Nebraska: Riley, Bert Linn, Tom Kidd. Navy Pier: Don Fessett, Ivory Hardy, Frank Blasek. Horizontal bar Nebraska: Riley, Kidd, Danny FogeL Navy Pier: Fessett, Blasek, Hardy. YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTNED The Worship Services at the LUTHERAN STUDENT HOUSE (National Lutheran Council) 535 North 16 SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP, 11:00 A.M. March 28, "When Chriit Adds Wis Bletting" April 4, "Jet us Christ Is Passing By" LENTEN SERVICES, TUESDAYS 7:15 P.M. March 30, "I believe in the Retsurection April 6, "I Believe in the Proclamation of the Gospel Alvin M. Petersen, Pastor GOLD'S Bit Independent All-Star Pos. j F ( F . C . G . , G . F . F C G G Evans, though possessing a sufficient amount of bulk, can move with amazing ease and would be able to team up wth Baker as the two workhorses under the boards. THE FROSH Dents, Dubbers and Ramblers each placed a man on the second five along with the Gents and the Hoop sters. LaVerne Torczon, top Inde pendent scorer for the current season, led his team with good rebounding and a multitude of tip-in shots. His height, com bined with forwards Gary Heinzle of the Dents and Keith Clouse of the Dubbers, would give the second team a slightly taller team than the first five. Keiser led a winning Hoop- This Weekend Parallel bars Nebraska: Bur- rell McMaster, Kidd, Riley. Navy Pier: Blacek, Hardy, Andy Kos- tick. Flying rings Nebraska: Mc Master, Kidd, Riley. Navy Pier: Richard Danner, Bob Hell, Alan Zimmerman. Tumbling Nebraska: Hodge, Fogel, Kennedy. Navy Pier: Har ris. Kostick, Dreger. Cornhusker Coach J. G. (Jake) Geier has named Linn, Kidd, Ray Fallstead. Fogel, McMaster, Hodge and Kennedy to participate in the Midwest A.A.U. compeu tion scheduled for Beatrice High School Saturday at 2 p.m. Fall- stead, McMaster, Hodge and Ken nedy all hail from Beatrice. , SUCH FHOU-FHOU Underlined to make your prettiest skirts outstanding! 595 Thi Can Can petticoat is of standout ay Ion taffeta underlined with nylon net ruffles. White and colors Small, medium and large. Others 3.95 to 5.95 Lingerie ... Second Floor THE NEBRASKAN Team SECOND TEAM .... Keith Clouse Dubbers .Gary Heinzle Frosh Dents ...La Verne Torczon Gents Don Keiser Hoopsters . .Dirkes Rolston-rRamblers FOURTH TEAM Don Markheim Dorm Bullets Ray Svehla Phi Delta Phi A Roland Longemeier Ag Men . . Willie Greenlaw Ramblers Hal Andrews Dubbers ster team to the Independent playoffs where they faltered by forfeiting to the Ramblers. His long shots combined with the Rambler's Dirkes Ralston's short drives would keep any defense loose. Ralston, the shortstuff of the first four teams could prob ably qualify as the fastest man on the honor roll. Phil Haas, an All-Independent selection in 1952, assumed the roll of a team man this year to feed his more prolific team mates and consequently fell down in votes to the third team. Lee Dobler, a transplanted center, holds down the forward slot along with the Voc Ag's Roger Bell. Ron Powers of the Gents is stationed at the other guard while Larry Raddle gets the pivot position. Football Luncheon Slated Next Week The Husker football squad and its coaching staff will be pre sented and honored at a Cham ber of Commerce Public Affairs luncheon on Wednesday, March 31. All Nebraska football fans are invited to attend, but reser vations must be made in advance at the Chamber office. Bill Glassford, head football coach at Nebraska, will be the principal speaker and will also introduce his entire football squad and staff. He'll also give the highlights of the spring practice session and will also relate information concerning next fall. f - if i " ril 'f -xrr:. t V ' . ) v i! 1 rsszz &o j .-X 'vr ' u Vi :- ' '. I -'I'M n. .'1, ; " - - vj ; j If i"?2sm: - " i r - " ' ; " . ' """'-"-- -, . . wherever you go. Your Air Force wings are your personal passport to universal re spect and admiration. They're a eignrecognized everywhere that mark you as one of America's finest. i To wear them, you must win them ... as an Aviation Cadet. They come with the gold bars of All-Sports Day Activity Starts 9 AM., Saturday Nebraska Coaches Release Lineups For Baseball, Football, basketball ALL-SPORTS DAY PROGRAM ..in. Tsiinls Iniraiquad. 10 a.m. BiHball Intrziquad.. 11 boob Track inhibition. I Football Iniruamd. 4 a.m. Ratkaiball Alumni .a, VsrsltT. I a.m. fiwimmlaa nblblrton. Final preparations are being made by Husker officials for Saturday's All-Sports Day which begins with an intersquad tennis match at 9 a.m. The weather Is the big question mark now. Nebraska football, baseball and basketball coaches an nounced their probable lineups for participation in Saturday's big affair. The headline attrac tion will be the intersquad toot ball game which is slated to start at 2 p.m. on the Memorial Stadium sod. A wet drizzle forced the Husker gridders Indoors Wednes day and there was no worxout slated for Thursday. Coach Bill Glassford's team got their first taste of spring scrimmage under game-like conditions last Satur day when the Reds blanked the Whites 24-0. It will be the same two teams going at each other Saturday. The probable starting lineups: RED Pot. WHITE Loehr LE Buthtrus Hollorao LT Peterson Krlral LG Lair Oberlin C Bertuln Wagner RG Murphy Glantz RT Evans Hewitt RE Deines Fischer QB Erway McW'llliams LH Johnson Greenlaw RH Koile Smith FB Yelsley Officials: Referee, Bill Keefefi umpire. Mathias Volzj field Judie. Htrmia Rob rlii linesman, Chuck Worrall. The morning's top attraction will be the intersquad baseball game, starting at ip a.m. Coach Tony Sharpe has divided his squad Into the Whites and Greys. Fran Hofmaier, one of the two Chick Sutherland Resigns At ISU Chick Sutherland, basketball coach at Iowa State for the last seven years, resigned from his position Wednesday. Sutherland, however, will con tinue on the Cyclone faculty as a full-time physical education instructor. 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Thlmgin, 2b Prokop, p-lb Feese, p Oorwsrd, p At 4 p.m. Coach Harry Good's Varsity basketball squad will tangle with a strong Alumni ag gregation at the Coliseum. The Huskers have been drilling all week for the tussle. Last vear the Varsity nipped the Grads 69-63 after bowing to them the previous three years. ALUMNI Akromis. f VARSITY Beideck, g Boich, g Brugman, Tahiti, g Cook, f Doebele, f Ekwall, f Fagler, f Gibson, g Hansen, c Hare, f Healey, g Houfek, f Knotek, f Largen, f Matzke' g Noonan, Renzelman, Roy. t Soelberg, e Wellt, g Bietcrman, t Brandenburg, I Cech, g Gates, s Whitehead. Johnson, c Kipper, t Lawry, f Mosser,' f Pierce, f Retherford, t Se.er, g Walsh, f Weber, f College Earn $75 per week during the summer (Part time work during college term available.) This is your invitation to attend a group interview at the Social Science Building, 5 p.m., March 29. Room 208. 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