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Tuesday, April 10, 1956
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. Courtesy Sunday Journal and Star
Nebraska will hold its annual I John Bordogna, Frank Simon, Art
til-sports day Saturday, April 28
The day will mark the return of
the varsity vs. alumni football
came after a one year absence
The game was discontinued last
year because spring football prac
tice and All Sports Day were held
too early to collect an alumni
This year a fine aggregation of
all-time NU greats has volunteered
to form opposition for Coach Pete
Heading off the list will be All-
American Bobby Reynolds, Moon
Mullins, Tom Novak, two time All-Big-Seven
selection, Ted Doyle.
Carl Samuelson, Gerry Fergu
gon, Rex Fischer, All Big Seven
selection this year, Ron Clark, Ted
Conner, Jack Pesek, Sam Vacanti,
Don Brown, slugging Husker
third sacker, is currently pacing
the diamond crew.
Through the Cornhuskers first
four contests, the veteran Brown
is belting the ball at a .448 aver
age. Among his 13 hits is one
home run. He is also leading the
team in runs-batted-in with five.
Two other players are hitting
above the .300 mark. They are
shortstop Norm Coufal and catcher
Jim Flynn. Coufal is carrying a
.333 standard and Flynn an identi
cal .333 mark.
On thepitching side, lefty Roger
Bottorff is the top mound perform
er in the earned-mn average depa
xnerrt. He is carrying a 1.13 mark.
Charles Ziegenbein is the most
impressive performer at the time.
.The sophomore southpaw has an
2.00 ERA, has fanned 17 and won
The Huskers won three and lost
four on their Southern swing. They
next go into action April 20-21
against Kansas State in Lincoln.
Player AB H Pet.
Don Brown, 3b 29 13 .448
Norm Coufal, si 27 .333
Jim Flynn, c 2 .333
Al Karle, 2b 18 5 .278
Gary Reimers, of 11 3 .273
Dick Geler, p 4 1 .250
Marv Arensdorf, of ... 17 4 .235
Roger Long, of 13 3 .231
Gene Torczon, p-of ... SI .200
Jim Kubackl, 2b 12 2 .167
Don Erway, of-lb 24 3 .125
John Beideck, lb 20 2 .100
Larry Lewis, of 14 1 .071
Jime Kane, c 18 1 .056
Roger Bottorff, p 3 0 .000
Bruce Falrchild, p .... 3 0 .000
Charles Ziegenbein, p .. 0 .000
Willie Greenlaw, p-of . . 0 .000
W L Pet. ERA
Roger Bottorff ... 0 0 .000 1.13
Richard Geler .,...1 2 .333.2.00
Charlea Ziegenbein 1 0 1.000 2.29
Bruce Falrchild ... 6 ' .000 2.57
Gene Torczon 1 1.000 2.84
Willie Greenlaw ... 2 .000 C.23
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3:00 Campus News
S:05 Pop Shop
4:00 N.U. Debut
4:30 Crib Notes
5:00 L-N-I-S News
5:15 Session with San
5:30 Anything Goes
6:00 Twilight Time
6:53 Campus News
7:00 Sports Picture
7;15 Swing Time
8:00 Something for the Boys
2:15 Quentin's Corner
8:30 Night Shift Special
9:00 Music To Dream By
9:45 Night Shift Late News
3:00 Campus News
3:05 Pop Shop '
4:00 Rock & Roll Revue
4:30 Peeks at Greeks
4:45 Rhythm in Reserve
5:15 Anything Goes
6:00 Twilight Time
6:55 Campus News
7:00 Sports Picture
7:15 Swing Time
8:00 Night Shift-Special
1:00 Music to Dream By
:45 Night Shift Late News
Bauer, Bob Wagner, Bill Taylor,
All-Big Seven selection in 1949.
The only sport not scheduled to
be in action is basketball.
Baseball leads off the program,
playing Offutt Air Force Base at
10 a.m. At 11 a.m., Nebraska will
meet Iowa State in tennis, followed
by a varsity vs. frosh track meet
At 2 football takes over with
the clash between the varsity and
Coach Jake Gier's gymnasts will
hold an exhibition at 4:30 followed
by a swimming exhibition at 5
which concludes the days festivi
1956 All-University Basketball Team
BOB COOK Delt's
JOE HOUFEK Canfield
BOB PROKOP Chemists
ERIC OLSON Phil Delts
LARRY NAVIAUX . .Delt's (B)
TERRY HEALY .... Phil Delts
DOUG CHAPPELL Bessy
CLARENCE COOK ..Cornhusker
LA VERNE TORCZON . Canfield
DAVE PEDERSON ... Chemists
KEN NIEMEYER Fairfield
ROD SCHROEDER ATO's
BILL KROMMENHOCK ...DU'i
LYLE MARTIN Beta's
BOB ADEN ....Delt's (B)
HONORABLE MENTION: Ken Moorhead, Beta's; Bill Edwards, DU's; Gene Welch, Phi Psi's; Gene
Torczon, Canfield; Ken Johnson, Avery; Bob Benter, Phi Gam's; Phil Harte, Phi Gam's; Nels Jensen,
Phi Delt's; Paul Holm, ATO; Herb Mayer, Phi Psi's; Jack Braley, Phi Delt's; Bob Lamphere, Delt's;
Dick Reimers, McClean; Don Trout, Bessey; Dick Prusia, Avery; Gene Welch, Phi Psi's; George
Hirshback, ATO's; Bob Allen, Chemists.
Cook, Hqufek, Naviaux, Olson
Prokop, Notch Top Positions
As a climax to the various
league selections for all-intramural
teams, the Nebraskan announces
its 1956 All -University basketball
selections-for the past year,
i Five teams were represented on
the starting quintet. At forwards
are Bob Cook of Delta Tau Delta
and Joe Houfek of Canfield.
At the center spot is big Bob
Prokop of the all-university cham
At one guard is Eric Olson of the
runner-up Phi Delta Theta quintet
and Larry Naviaux of the Delta
Tau Delta B squad.
Cook was the top gun on the
Delt-A team that took top honors
in the League 1-A competition and
went all the way to the finals of
the All-Fraternity play-offs before
bowing to the Phi Delts. The 6-4
forward is a junior and a former
all-state performer at Lincoln
Joe Houfek was the pacemaker
of the Canfield five. He teamed
up with LaVerne Torczon, a mem
ber of the second team to lead the
Canfielders in league play.
Bob Prokop, the top scorer of
the Chemists is a former Nebraska
r3 -J. "
Ken Reiners . . . Read for triangular meet at Norman, Okla., Friday..
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Eric Olson paced the Phi Delt's
during the regular season. The
Phi Delt's went all the way to
the final round of the all-university
play-offs before falling by
three points to the Chemists.
Larry Naviaux was the big gun
Beta Sigma Psl continued to
lead the Thursday night league
with three wins and one loss last
They also bowled the highest
team game and team series for
this semester. The high team game
was 889 and the record team ser
ies was 2235.
Fred Arndt had the high individ
ual series of 488 and also the high
single game of 210.
The other standings are:
Beta Sigma Psi 18
Andrews House 16
Alpha Tau Omega 13
Delta Sigma Phi 13
A. S. C. E 10
Delta Sigma Pi 5
Alpha Gamma Sigma ....4
Alpha Gamma Rho 2
The Spring Fling Dance will be
held Saturday in the Union ball
room from 9 to 12 p.m. Tickets are
now on sale in the Union and are
$1.50 per couple. The dance is
sponsored by BABW and ICC.
Lot Black nylon jacket, probably In
Bociai Bcienc. (jail attar e p.m.
LOST: Woman'! beige topper jacket at
Lincoln Hotel Saturday nig in. Fleaa
contact Ron Danek. 4-8162. REWARD.
For Bale: Stein way epinet, mahogany.
practically new. Reasonable. Call Oma
of the Delta Tau Delta-B five.
Torczon gains top spot on the
second crew. The Canfield per
former is a member of the Ne
braska football squad.
Doug Chappell, an ex-Scottsbluff
juco player was a big gun in the
At the center spot is all-stater
Clarence Cook. Cook paced the
Cornhusker Co-op team that fin
ished with an 11-0 mark in league
The Chemists Dave Pederson is
placed at one of the guard spots.
Dave teamed with Prokop and
brother Don Pederson to carry the
Courtesy Sunday Journal and Star
Chemists to the championship of
the all-university play-offs.
Terry Healy rounds out the sec
ond five. The Phi Delt forward
paced the Phi Delt's scoring bar
rage with nine points in the cham
pionship tilt against the Chemists.
Ken Niemeyer, Rod Schroeder,
Bill Krommenhock, Lyle Martin,
and Bob Aden round out the first
Niemeyer performed for the
Fairfield quintet. Schroeder was
Courtesy Lincoln Journal
the top man on the Alpha Tau
Krommenhock was a 1 i 1 1 1
guard that paced the DU quintet
Martin was a member of the Beta
Theta Pi team and Aden was
top scorer along with Naviaux on
the Delt B squad.
The various all-intramural teams
and the final all-university selec
tions were picked on a strictly im
partial basis. The selections cam
by way of team balloting.
BRAMFF INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS
will be on the campus on April 11, 1956, to interview appli
cants for classes beginning in June. If you are between 19 and
26 years of age, 5'3" to 5'7" tall and single, we invite you to
talk with our representatives about this most fascinating of
all careers for young women.
Some of the many advantages of being a Braniff hostess are
paid vacation, sick leave, group insurance, and an oppor
tunity to travel to the glamorous countries of South America
on vacation. Interview appointments may be arranged
through The Occupational Placement Office, Room 201 Ellen
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