The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 28, 1954, Page Page 3, Image 3

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    Wednesday, April 28, 1954
Page 3
Colorado Here Friday
Kansas State Defeats
Battered Huskers Again
The Nebraska baseball team
ended one of their worst road
trips in years Tuesday, suffer
ing their fourth straight setback.
The Huskers bowed before Kan
sis State 6-5 after being blanked
by the Cats 6-0 on ' Monday.
Earlier, Oklahoma had drut bed
the Nebraska team twice in Nor
man. A sensational two run homer
by shortstop Don Prigmore in
the bottom of the ninth inning
robbed Nebraska of the win.
NU Baseball
Nine Battles
Colorado Team
Coach Tony Sharpe's Husker
baseball team returns to iheir
home diamond with a pair of
games against Colorado Univer
sity this weekend. The Scarlet
meet their Big Seven foes in
single contests on Friday and
Nebraska wound up a four
game road trip against the Kan
sas State Wildcats in Manhat
tan Tuesday. The team's dreams
of a Big Seven championship
and an automatic bid to the Col
lege World Series in Omaha his
June received a rude jolt as they
dropped a pair of games to pow
erful Oklahoma and their con
tests to the Cats.
The Huskers had opened their
conference campaign with an
impressive pair of triumphs over
the University of Kansas.
Phi Delts Deep
Water Cage Kings
Phi Delta Theta continued their
winning way in the Intramural
sports program by annexing the
deep water basketball crown Mon
day night with a 1 1-12 wm over a
strong Sigma Nu team.
The title was the climax of a
long string of wins for the Phi
Delt crew. In winning the crown
they won a forfeit from Sigma
Chi, defeated Beta Theta Pi 17-7
and conquered Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon 18-13.
Delta Tau Delta and Beta
Theta Pi will clash in the finals
With one out and one on the
righthanded senior powered
Dick Geier's pitch over the right
field fence.
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U and March. T 2:25.
I-M Horse Shoe
Tourney Ready
The schedule for the 1954 I-M
horse shoe tournament has been
posted on the bulletin board in
the Physical Education Building
and all matches must have been
played by , May 22 and results
must be turned into the Intra
mural office after the completion
of a match.
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Netters Play Today
Nebraska Tennis, Golf, Track
Teams In Action This Week
Coach Ed Higginbotham's Ne
braska tennis team goes against
Omaha University this afternoon
on the University courts. It will
be the first of three matches for
the Husker netters this week.
On Thursday the team takes on
York College and Saturday the
Iowa State Cyclones provide the
opposition. All the meets are
slated for Lincoln. Roy Colson,
Jim Campbell, Norm Veltier,
Marshall Becker, Steve Sutton
and Billy Roy make up the Scarlet
Nebraska's "B" team baseball
nine is also in action today. The
Husker Nubbins go to Omaha for
a clash with the Omaha Univer
sity "B" team. Last weekend the
Husker squad stopped Hastings
College 3-2 on the Husker dia
mond. The squad also has a
Thursday engagement with Luther
College at Wahoo.
Coach Bob Hamblet's golf team
also has a pair of matches this
week. On Thursday they journey
New Basketball Head
Gerald L. (Jerry) Bush is the who resigned recently. Bush has
new head basketball coach at been basketball coach at the
the University of Nebraska. The University of Toledo since 1947
39-year-old former professional where his teams have won 129
cage ace succeeds Harry Good
Courtesy Lincoln Journal
games and lost 59. Bush signed
a three-year contract at the
Husker institution calling for
S8.200 a year.
in Manhattan for a tussle with the
Kansas State Wildcats. On Satur
day Iowa State and Colorado
come to Lincoln for a triangular
with the Nebraska Hnksmen. The
Huskers fell before Kansas in
their last outing.
Nphraska trackmen also wins
back into full action with a dual
meet against Colorado Univeisity
in Lincoln on baturaay. it is we
first home dual of the outdoor
season for Coach Ed Weir'i
cinder crew.
Weir Names More
Numeral Winners
Coach Ed Weir recently an
nounced another large number
of high school track athletes who
have won numerals awarded by
the University of Nebraska. In
the recent list thirty-eight
schools were involved. Athletes
either got a full blue or a half
Athletic Contracts Resolution
Brought Before Legislature
Senator George Syas of
Omaha introduced a resolution
Tuesday before the Nebraska
Legislature which is supposed
to bring about "more sensible"
athletic contracts to the coaches
of the University of Nebraska.
The bill calls for the future
contracts to be acted upon by
the Board of Regents for no
more than four years. Syas
states that this is merely a
It calls for a provision which
allows either the coach or the
school to terminate the con-
of the shallow water basketball ! 1 TvnLmnn
tournament This match will be lvv4iiaM uuwrviiicii
held on May 3 at 5:00 p.m. in the . r" a .
Coliseum pool. Both teams have lepi IfUm 1 f IUUI
been winning their games in a
convincable fashion entering the
James William
Popular Name
A problem of nomenclature
has developed at the University
cf Nebraska athletic department.
The director and head foot
ball coach have the same first
and middle names James Wil
liam Orwig and James William
To avoid confusion, however,
both answer to the name Bill.
Coach Bill Easton of the
powerful University of Kansas
track and field squad stated
Monday that he refused to let
five of his athletes compete in
the Drake Relays Saturday be
cause they violated a 10 p.m.
curfew rule at Des Moines
Thursday night.
The five were Bill Brown and
Don Sneegas, junior javelin
throwers; Bill Neider. sopho
more shot putter; Leon Wells,
sophomore high jumper, and
Bob Stinson, sophomore pole
vaulter. Easton said all might
have come through with good
performances at Drake.
tract at the option of either
party. The bill also contains a
section which states that a
coach's contract should not be
renewed meerly at the option
of the coach.
Syas specifically implied
that the proposal has nothing
to do with the Glassford inci
dent. Syas stated, "I don't
blame the coaches for getting
as good a deal as they can."
He adds, "my resolution is
aimed at the University, not
the coaches."
Athletic Director Bill Orwig
was in Scottsbluff and was
unable to make a statement.
Football Coach Bill Glassford
simply had "no comment."
Softball 'Scores
Alhpa Tau Onteta 8. Delta Tau Delia 7
Beta Then Pi 15, Sima Phi Epsilon 2
University Y 12, Phi Epsilon Kappa 9
Delta Alrha Pi 9, Baptist House 5
Newman Club 2, JMetnoaist Mouse u
Main Feature Clock
(Schedules Furnished hy Theaters)
Lincoln: "Executive Suite,"
1:21. 3:21, 5:21, 7:21, 9:25.
Stuart: "Ma & Pa Kettle At
Home," 1:39, 3:41, 5:43, 7:45,
Nebraska: "No Show Today."
Varsity: "Riding Shotgun,"
1:53, 3:51, 5:49, 7:47. 9:45.
State: "The Conquest of Ev
erest." 2:13. 4:41. 7:10, 9:35.
"Yesterday and Today," 1:16,
3:44, 6:13, 8:41.
Joto: "Hondo," 7:35, 9:40.
Starview: "Red Garters," 7:30.
10:55. "The Jury," 9:20.
Use Nebraskan Want
Ads For Best Results
did Garcia really care
aboxit getting that message?
This is the Sad Story of a Senior who
was Serious. About a Girl. In the
itraight-forward manner common to
Seniors, he decided to invite her up
"or The Big Weekend.
A month ahead, he sat down and
arrote her Nice Letter. Then he
sat back and Waited. For three weeks,
tth no answer. Finally, alarmed, he
Phoned her.
Cost him $4.25 in quarters. When
Jie bonging of the Coin Box stopped,
ill he could hear at the other end of
Jie wire was a Series of Sniffs.
"Pigeon?" he asked, tentatively. She
wept. hat s
She sobbed.
wrong?" he asked.
0h, Harold," she wailed, "Yon
nsed to send telegrams to invite me
to Big Weekends. This year, all I get
is a little old Letter. Ton don't Io
me any more." And hung up.
Harold goes everywhere Stag mow
Says he prefers it that way. But yo
should hear him Sigh whenever h
passes a Western Union office.
As your Telegrammar will tell yoa)
(the Telegrammar being a handyt
pocket-size guide to telegraph nse
that you can get for free bysimply
writing to Room 1727, Western
Union, 60 Hudson St, New York
City) a Telegram takes any message
out of the casual class. It's Subtle . . I
flatters the Gal or Guy who gets it.
Next time you're sending an Invita
tion, a Howl Home for Cash, birthday
greetings to Mother just call Western
Union, or head for your Wester
Union office.
121 South 10th St
Phone 2-6894
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