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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1956)
I Tuesdoy, April 24, 19S6
, Diamond Crew Shines:
On The l-M Scene:
Courtesy Sunday Journal and Star
Brown ... continues to hit
The Nebraska baseball team
opened its Big Seven season last
week-end with a pair of wins over
the Kansas State Wildcats.
Friday afternoon, Willie Green
law hurled a brilliant five hitter
as he shut out the Wildcats, 4-0.
Greenlaw walked only three and
struck out five in defeating Bill
Blume, who like Willie is a southpaw.
Nebraska opened up in the first
"wing wim one run then got one
more in the third and were handed
me iiiuu two on errors in the
In the first ai vori. j
baseman, poled a drive to right-
wuer new ana stretched it into
a double. Then Don
.ane wun a single.
In the third Inning, Norm Cou
fal and Brown opened with walks
and then after Don Erway and
Gene Torczon had gone out Rex
Ekwall, playing his first game
of the season, singled to score
The sixth turned out to be a
nightmare inning for the losers as
they made four errors, all of them
were by shortstop Rick Hackler.
Nebraska, like the wildcats at
only five hits in the contest. Blume
wno tnrew a very credible game,
gave up only one hit after th
third inning and that was a in
field blow by Brown.
Brown led the Huskers at hat
with two hits in four times at the
Saturday's contest nroved in
have little excitement for the very
smal crowd that attended.
The Huskers finished the sweep
of the series by winning. They
practically sewed up the contest
in the first inning when they
scored six big runs.
Nebraska poured it on starter
Ron Bergren right from the be
ginning with Al Karle once again
starting off the scoring barrage.
The winners scored one more
in the second and third innings
and added another six in the sev
enth and then finished the scoring
with a final tally in the eighth.
Another big lefty meanwhile was
holding the Wildcat bats silent. ..
Dick Geier, senior lettermen,
limited the losers to one run during
his six inning stay, giving up only
lour nits. '
Geier whiffed two and walked
He gave way to sophomore
Fairchild in the seventh as Coanh
Tony Sharpe decided to give some
more men a little work. Fairchild
got by the seventh without any
trouble but had he roof fall in
in the eithth when Kansas Stat
exploded for five runs.
Fairchild couldn't weather the
storm and Roger Bottorff came in
to finish. The five runs meant lit
tle because the Huskers had built
up a 14-1 lead going into the
Nebraska's next eame will ho
Saturday, April 28th, when they
play host to Offutt Air Base.
Selleth, Delta Sigma Pi, Sigma
Beta Sigma P si, Lead Bowling
Brown Palace upset Selleck, 3-1,
last week in the Monday bowling
league. Previously Selleck House
had completely dominated the
league with a record of 26-8.
Selleck still has a comfortable
lead over Sigma Nu (22-10). Siema
pNu beat the Sig Ep's 3-1.
Delta Sigma Pi, leader in the
Tuesday league, also found rough
going as they were tied by Beta
Theta Pi 2-2. Sigma Chi remains
a solid second.
Sigma Epsilon remains on top
of the Wednesday league as they
blasted Burnett 4-0, while second
place Sigma Alpha Mu won by the
same margin over Theta Xi.
Alum iloster Earned
for All-Sporfs Bay
By GEORGE MOYER j Novak's call include his brother
Nebraskan Sports Reporter j RaV( Art Bmer Jack Braley) John
me Nebraska alumni have nev-: Cochrane, Ralph Damkroeger, Ted
Another team which had its first Tuesday
Delta Sigma Pi 17
real bad days was Beta Sigma Psi
which dropped four games to sec
ond place Delta Sigma Phi. How
ever, the Beta Sig's continue to
hold a comfortable lead in the
Standings as of April 19:
Sigma Nu 22-10
Sigma Epsilon 21-11
Brown Palace 21-11
Delta Sigma 12-8
Phi Psi 7-17
Gus n 4-20
Sigma Chi 24-8
Newman Club 19-9
Beta Theta Pi 16-16
Farm House 13-19
Kappa Sigma 7-25
Sigma Alpha Epsilon........ 2-26
Sigma Epsilon 28-4
Sigma Alpha Mu 25-7
Gus I 23-9
Theta XI 21-11
Delta Sigma Pi 14-18
Kappa Sigma 12-20
Zeta Beta Tau 9-23
Theta Chi 8-24
Phi Gamma Delta 4-28
Beta Sigma Psi 25- T
Delta Sigma Phi 21-H
Andrews House 20-12
Alpha Tau Omega 17-15
A. S. C. E 1612
i Delta Sigma Pi 13-19
Alpha Gamma Sigma ...... 8-20
Alpha Gamma Rho 5-27
er beaten the varsity in four pre
vious meetings, but this year may
be their chance.
New names have been added
to the alumni roster almost daily, j
ana a list tnat started with only
twelve names has since grown to
forty-six. Included on the program
will be several veterans with pro
experience, notably Bob Smith of
the Cleveland Browns, Charlie Too
good of the Los Angeles Rams,
and Ted Conner who got his ex
perience in the Candian League.
Other alumni who have answered
Doyle, John Edwards, Dennis Em
manuel, Gerald Ferguson, Rex
Fischer, Dick Goeglein, George
Gohde, Fred Golan, Dick Goll, Syl
vester Harris and Don Hewitt.
Fred Lorenz, Dean Lux, Jon Mc
Williams, John Machisic, Ardie
Means, Robert Mullen, Bill Muel
ler, Robert Oberlin, Jack Peseck,
Joe Ponseigo, Doran Post, Bob
Reynolds, Darsis Salestrom, Carl
Samuelson, Vic Schleich, Eddie
Schwartzkopf, Verl Scott, Frank
Simon, Don Strasheim, Bill Taylor,
Dick Thompson, Sam Vacanti, Bob
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Bows To ECU
By WALT BLORE
Staff Sports Writer
Iowa State's tennis and golf
teams furnish the opposition for
the Cornhuskers on All-Spors Day,
The Kolfers will entertain tho
Cyclones at the Lincoln Country
Llub with tee-off time set for 9 1
a.m. The netters will launch heir
attack at 11 a.m. on the university
The linksmen are hoping to get
back on the winning trail after
suffering a ll-6 setback at the
nanas ot Colorado last Saturday.
Warren Christenson was the in
dividual standout with a three-
under-par-68. It was the best com
petitive round turned in by a Bie
score of 3-0.
He teamed with Jack Moore to !
defeat Alexander and Braun by a I
score of 3-0. s
Nebraska was forced to play
without the services of Herb
Mayer, who was unable tomeke-f
the jaunt to Boulder.
Moore fired a 77 but it was over
shadowed by Alexander who shot
a one under par 70 to defeat the
Grand Island letterman, 3-0.
Nebraska s tennis team was
trounced by Kansas 7-0, a score
that is becomine uncomfortablv
Inexperience is the bie oroblem
since tnree ot the first five are
The weather has hampered out
door workouts and most of the
opponents so far have come from
Southern schools that have more
favorable conditions for practice.
All this has not helrted the cause
The Big Red is banking on George
Fisk, Art Weaver, Brent Donnel
son, Tom Stitt, and Al Ford for
points. Fish, Weaver, and Donnel-
son are sophomores while Sitt
and Ford are juniors.
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. . . Hawkins Places Sixth
Bill Hawkins . . . sophomore track ace from Beatrice placed
sixth in the decathlon at the Kansas University Relays last Saturday.
Hawkins, along with Ken Reiners and Larry Smith, were the only
three men entered from Nebraska in the Relays. The next outing
for the cinder crew will be All-Sports Day against the freshmen.
For April 30
Deadline for the Union sponsored
photography contest has been set
or April 30.
Certificates will be given to the
winners of each of the four classes
nd a trophy will be awarded to
the winner of the best over-all pic-
The pictures will be Judged and
she prizes awarded at the union
Contest rules, which may be
icked up in the Union Activities
Office stipulate that pictures must
8 by 10 inches or larger, must
e mounted on standard 16 by 20
nch boards and must have been
nade within the period of April 30,
55 and April 30, 1956. v
The maker classifies all prints
ntered, but the judges maintain
he right to change the classifica
ions at their discretion.
Pictures will be judged in four
lassifications: news, sports, hu
tian interest and portrait or char
ter sketches. Any person regu
arly enrolled in the University is
ligible for the contest, sponsored
y the Union exhibits and displays
ommittee. . - i
For May 3, 4
W. W. Cochrane, professor of
Agricultural Economics at the Uni
Tersity of Minnesota, will conduct
a series of seminars at the Uni
versity, May 3 and 4.
TVw mnin tODic will be "Sunnlv
Relations in Agriculture" with em
nhnsi on the effects of nrice on
supply, and differences for various
Cnrhran was formerly with the
Bureau of Agricultural Economics,
the United States Department of
AoTirnlturp and later instructed
at Pennsylvania State College be
fore moving to his present position
at Minnesota. . . !
His visit is being financed bv I
the University Research Council.
Point Of View
To the Editor:
In reference to the letter en-!
titled "Sickening Green," Friday's
Rag, may I quote the following: I
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