The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 30, 1954, Page Page 3, Image 3

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Friday, April 30, 1954
Page 3
Colorado, ISC
Golf Teams
Here Saturday
University of Nebraska golfers
will meet Iowa State and Colorado
Jn a three-way match at Hillcrest
Country Club Saturday at 10 a.m.
Iowa State won the Big: Seven
team title in 1953 and has three
of its four championship team
members still playing. Included
is Dan Molyneaux who tied with
krv Peterson of Nebraska for
the individual crown.
Colorado, which finished sec
ond in the conference meet last
spring, also has three of the four
team members back this spring.
"It willjje an excellent preview
of this year's Big Seven
strength," Nebraska's Coach Bob
Hamblet said. Jack Moore, Dick
Anderson, Dick Lauar, Herb
Mayer and Tom Tolen will prob
ably form the Husker squad for
the big Saturday meet.
Close Meet Evident
Buffalo, Husker Track Teams
Clash In Dual Here Saturday
Colorado-Nebraska Outdoor
Dual Meet Records
100 .09.7, Don Campbell (C). 1947.
2?0 :21.0. Don Campbell (C), 1947.
440-:49.7. Loyal Hurlbert (N). 1950.
8R0 1:55.2, Dave Bolen (C), 1947.
Mile 4:23.9, George FlUmorria (C),
2-mlle 10:04.3, Don Yocum N, 1948.
High hurdlea :14.4, Don Bedker (N),
Low hurdlea :24.3, Pat Hlndman (C),
Shot put 52"-2V4", Wallace Tanner (C),
DUeuaa UV-V, Cliff Dale (N), 1953.
Javelin 195'-11V4" Lea Gardner (C),
High Jump-6,-4", Harold McAferty
(C), 1947
Broad jump 23'-8V4", Jack McEwen
(C), 1948
Pole vault' 13'-4", Don Cooper (N),
Mile relay 3:23.7, Nebraska (Lee
Moore, Brlen Hendrickson, Jim Hur
ley, Bucle Balderaton), 1952.
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an outdoor cinder contest at Me-
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morial Stadium here Saturday at
1 p.m.
Cornhusker Track Coach Ed
Weir sees the posslbllty of a close
affair, with the meet result in
doubt until the final mile relay
The Buffaloes finished fourth
in the Big Seven Indoor race at
Kansas City this winter, while
Nebraska was sixth. At Boulder
a year ago the Huskers lost to
Colorado, 53-69.
Colorado's Entry List:
100 Ron Gray, Jerre Church;
220 Gray, Church, Dick Boblit;
440 Harold Scarff, Verne 'Busse,
Boblit; 880 Bruce Pfutzenreuter,
Scarff, Don Steers, Busse; mile
John Kick, Wayne Phipps, Pfut
zenreuter; 2-mile Kick, Bill Ga
vito, Knowles Dougherty; high
hurdles Pat Hindman, Fritz
Hageboeck, Dave Lewis, Mark
Metzger; low hurdles same as
highs; shot put Larry Marsh,
Jim McDaniel; discus Doug
Fuchs, McDaniel, Marsh; javelin
Ron Campbell, Dave Lewis,
Marsh; pole vault Dennis Ploo
ster, Stu Walker; broad jump
Ron Johnson, Gray, Busse; high
jump entrants not know as yet.
Nebraska Entrants:
Pole vault Jim Hofstetter,
Jack Skalla; high jump Phil
Heidelk, Ray Kelley, Merle Bres
tal; shot put Cliff Dale, Ken
Reiners, Leonard Rosen; discus
Dale, Rosen, Jim Tangdall; jav
elinCharles Hunley, Carl Von
dra, Lloyd Lathrop; mile Hugh
Osmera, Gary Gaines; 440 Brien
Hendrickson, Hunley, Emerson
Scott; broad jump Ladd Han
scorn, Jon McWilliams, Kelley;
100 Charles Gibson, Bernard
Steeve; high hurdles Warner
Olson, Hofstetter, Dan Lindquist;
880 Bob Andersen, Gaines, For
rest Doling; 220 Hendrickson,
Gibson; 2-mile Harold Wray,
Osmera; low hurdles Olson,
Lindquist, Hofstetter.
NU Fencers Meet
Iowa State Club
The Nebraska Fencers Club
will meet the Iowa Fencers Club
at Ames, la., May 8, Coach John
Giele announced. The Iowa team
will be comprised of the best
fencers at both Iowa State Col
lege and the University of Iowa,
Jim Rogers of Lincoln, unde
feated in dual tests this season,
finished 11th in '".ie NCAA
championships in Chicago.
Kuaou ijhk, omana, also is
unbeaten in dual competition.
Athletic Head
Orwig Busy
At New Post
Sports Staff Writer
Nebraska's genial new athletic
director, Bill Orwig, has found
himself running, as he expresses
it, "hither and nither" in his new
position. Orwig has been appear
ing throughout the state at ban
quets and luncheons putting the
University in the light of the
Huskers' eyes.
Bill compares his job of ath
letic director to the job of a col
lege dean. There are many facets
to the position as can be seen In
his statement, "I have control of
the finances, the coaches, slating
schedules, and other problems
pertinent to the office."
As to his first impression of
the University, Bill remarked
"The athletic plant and facilities
are very good. I have been re
ceiving whole-heartea co-opera
tion from everyone, and I haven't
yet found any faults."
Orwig declined to make any
statement on any long-run poli
cies that he might install, but it
is apparent that a few might be
in order.
THE rnTWHUSKER'S rjolicv
of grants-in-aid and scholarships
is anotner proDiem tnai xne new
athletic director must face. He
states, "We're on the right track
as far as grants-m-aia are con-
aA Tha nrnPrnm should be
enlarged in the future though to
include minor sports.
Senator George Syas' statement
nf TWsdav before the Nebraska
State Legislature in regard to fu-
ture atnieuc contracts at me uni
versity failed to bring a comment
from Mr. Orwig.
In summary, Bill remarked, "I
know that I will be very happy
h. Thr Is. however, a tre
mendous amount of work to be
done. If all Nebraskans pull to
gether, we can have success and
a lot oi tun."
Orwig, who had only been in
town for one full day, is again on
the road, this time in Chicago
on more oiiiciai Dusmess.
Husker Netters
Also In Action
Coach Ed Higginbotham's Uni
versity of Nebraska tennis team
meets the Iowa State club on the
University courts Saturday aft
ernoon. The Cyclones have an
other powerful squad and are
undefeated so far this season.
Win-Hungry IHIiiiski"s
Gridder Hardy, Les Rich Lead Buffs; Geier To Pitch .154
- Sports Editor
"What happened?" That's
probably the most popular ques
tion everyone's asking- right
about now as Nebraska's base
ball team rudely knocked out of
the Big Seven title picture by
four straight setbacks on a dis
astrous southern junket, , goes
against Coach Frank Prentup's
Colorado Buffs on the Husker
diamond this afternoon.
Apparently everything went
wrong on. the trip that included
a pair of games with each the
strong Oklahoma Sooners and
the Kansas State Cats. The op
position battered Husker pitch
ing for 37 runs and 48 hits while
the Huskers managed only 12
runs and 25 safeties. The Soon
ers alone murdered the Nebraska
pitching for 25 runs and 30 base
The Huskers also couldn't
seem to get the hits when they
needed them most. That was es
pecially evident in the two tilts
with a supposedly not-too-strong
Kansas State team. The Huskers
stranded 17 men in two games
and in the final game both Ray
Novak and Pat Mallette got their
homers with the sacks empty.
One thing which could have
hurt the Huskers came in the
initial contest with the Sooners
when they blew a five-run, first
inning lead off the Sooners' ace,
lefty Mac Sanders. After Okla
homa wrapped up the game with
an eieht-run splurge in the
eighth inning to erase a 6-5 def
icit, everything seemed to go
wrong for the Huskers from then
on. Their pitching went stale and
the hits were few and far be
Onlv a complete collapse by
the mighty Sooners, which isn't
too likely, could give Coach Tony
Sharpes club even a sum tiue
chance. Coupled witn mat un
likely occurrence Nebraska
would have to sweep the remain
der of their conference games.
The situation is well on the
gloomy side.
THE COLORADO team, win
ner of nine out of ten games,
hasn't really run up against any
real tough opposition yet, but the
squad has shown definite indica
tions of being a hard-hitting
team. In their last start Wyom
ing handed the Buffs their first
loss 7-5. The rest of their early
season games have been with
other Colorado colleges.
Carol! Hardy, the Big Seven's
finest running back during the
fall gridiron season, Leg Rich
and Jerry Keith are the squad's
top hitters. Centerfielder Hardy,
an excellent major league pros
pect, is batting .356, leading the
club in total bases with 39 and
has driven in 13 runs. Hardy has
four homers, three triples and
five doubles through 10 games.
Rich, who handles the first
base chores, is currently the
team's learline swatter. He's bat
ting .391, has pounded out four
round trippers ana nas smacsea
home 15 runs. Second baseman
Keith is hittine .357. but lacks
the power that Hardy and Rich
Ron Garramone. who will
probably open up against the
Scarlet today, Is the team's top
Tiitrlipp with a niftv 4-1 mark.
The junior righthander, carries a
2.37 earned run average into tne
Nebraska series. Sophomore Har
nld.Snrthe and veteran John
Quintan have also impressed in
their early starts.
Sprehe, a righthander, has won
thout. a defeat, and
has a brilliant 1.35 earned aver-
aao Oninlan. also a richty. is
potentially a big winner, but has
been bothered by a shoulder in
jury. Winner in one game, he
showed no ill effects in his last
outing. One of the two will proo
ably pitch in Saturday's game.
pbfnttip BROUGHT along a
14-man squad for the four game
series which also includes games
with Iowa State on Monaay ana
Garramone and Catcher Gene
Taylor (.321) wah proDaDiy iorm
the Buff battery today. From
;ct -tn tViirH it will be Rich,
Keith, Jim Nylund (.342) and
Tom Balich (.3iej. rrom ien iu
right in the outer garden it will
be Frank Bernardl (.200), Hardy
and either Quinlan (.4uu or
Charlie Parker (.111).
Sharpe will probably call on
lefty Dick Geier to snap the
Husker losing streak today and
will either toss sophomores Jerry
Shaw or Brian Sievers Saturday.
Otherwise the lineup will be
like this: Dirkes Rolston, short
stop; Virg Gottsch, third base;
Fred Seger, second base; Jlui Ce-
derdahl, center field; Mallette,
right field; Novak, first base; Don
Herder or tsi lilies, lert iieia:
and Murray Backhaus, catcher.
seger, wno nas nn in every
Nebraska game this season, was
the only Husker who really
didn't see his batting average
suffer during the recent road
trip. Seger is hitting .346. Other
hitters over .300 are Maiieue,
.318; Cederdahl, .317 and part
time regular Norm Coufal, .316.
If rain should call today's
game, the two teams will tangle
in a doubleheader saturaay aii-
ernoon with ne or tne game
nrnhablv eoing the shortened
seven-inning route.
Nebraska will also be out lor
sweet revenge on Monday and
Tuesday On those two days, the
Kansas State club invades Lin
coln for a two-game stand.
N Club Initiation
Ready For Sunday
Annua 1 informal initiation for
the new members of the Univer
sity of Nebraska N Club will be
heiH SunHav at Arnott Folsom's
cabin in Epworth Park starting
at 1 p.m.
Bill Orwig, new athletic direc
tor, and George Sullivan, assist
ant trainer, are slatec' for the
first rites. Athletes to be taken
into the organization include Bob
Bevington,. Beatrice; Ted Britt,
North Platte; Duane Buel, Mal
colm; John Crancer, Lincoln;
Hilmere Deines, Culbertson; Ron
Dunn, Lincoln; Ray Fallstead,
Beatrice; Charles Graham, Lin
coln; Don Glantz, Central City;
George Gohde, Lincoln.
Richard Hill, Hastings; Jarrett
Hare, Grand Island; Jack Jirou
sek, Lincoln; John Lightle, Lin
coln; Arnold Morton, Oberlin,
Kan.; Jon McWilliams, Sidney;
Burrell McMaster, Beatrice; Gary
Renzelman, Scottsbluff; Bruce
Riley, Omaha; Charles L. Smith,
Anderson, Ind.; lorn, loom, ie
kamah; Robert Wagner, Lincoln;
Jerry Yeager, Hastings.
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