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    Tuesdoy, May 20, 1953
Trie Daily Nebraskon
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Big Eight Roundup:
Huskcrs Face K-State
In Conference Finale
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After humbling Oklahoma's
chances for a Big Eight base
ball title, the fifth place Ne
braska Cornhuskers will trav
el to Kansas State to play a
three game series with the
conference cellar-dwellers.
Last week the Huskers
grabbed two out of three
games from Oklahoma to
knock them two games be
hind the league leaders Mis
souri and tighten their hold on
fifth place.
Oklahoma State, one half
game out of the top spot will
tangle with Missouri this
weekend in a series that will
decide the championship. The
Tigers have an 11-3 record
compared to 13-4 mark posted
by the Cowboys.
Kansas and Oklahoma, eitlv
r of whom could wind up
in the second slot, will vie
Wednesday and Thursday.
Kansas is a game and a half
out and Oklahoma is two
games back of Missouri.
Nebraska, with a 9-9 con
ference mark, is 4H games
out of the money. They have
a mathematical chance of
winding up in fourth place if
they sweep the K-State series
d Mizzou take three from
Okhoma State.
Thk Huskers will be led in
Ae conference wind up series
y Jin. Kane and Gary
Reimers. Kane, who will
complete his third year at
backstop for Tony Sharpe's
diamond crew, is the leading
batter for the Huskers with
a mark of .360. Kane has 18
hits in SO times at bat to
stand sixth among the league
Rcimers, a hustling little
outfielder who stands in at
second base occasionally, is
in ninth place on the batting
cnart with a .340 average.
Leading the race for the
hitting title is Oklahoma
State's shortstop Jerry Adair.
He has 19 blows in 49 at bats
for a hefty .594 average. He
is ahead of Nebraska's
Dwight Siebler by 128 per
centage points. Siebler is bat
ting .466 for second place on
the chart, but he has not
played in a sufficient number
of games to be eligible for the
Oklahoma State also has the
top pitcher in the league in
Ron Peterson, who has a per
fect conference record of 4
wins and no losses. Siebler is
leading the Husker mound
staff .with a 4-1 record.
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Future Husker?
Bob Cross of Boys Town crosses the finish line ahead
of Ken Saunders of Columbus in the 440 in the class A dis
trict track meet at Columbus last week. Cross won the 440
at the state track meet in Lincoln last Saturday with a
:49.0 clocking. Earlier, Cross had set a new state record In
the 440 in Friday's preliminaries when he ran :48.4.
Huslcert Lasts
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Freshman conference mem
ber, Oklahoma State, walked
off with the Big Eight golf
championship in the confer
ence tournament held at Ames
Iowa Friday and Saturday.
The Cowboys led second
place Oklahoma by 33 points
with a low score of 878. Ab
Justice of Oklahoma State was
the tournament medalist with
a 213.
Nebraska's Cornhuskers
finished last for the second
straight year in spite of an
improved season's record. The
Huskers were 6-t tor me year
but skied to a 983 total in the
reference meet. Mike Mc-
Cuistion paced Nebraska with
a 231.
The results-
aut- Ah Justice 71-71-71
iv kxt Hall 72-72-75 21S; Jaok Kiln
77-;i-7l--223; Kent Hurdurt 73-7S75 223;
Lowia Rda 76-77-82225.
i.i.u Tm Rlaok 73-72-7S 220 ;
Pob P.lcharrtMn 75-77-74?i6i lon"
Smnot M-71-77-230; Bill Black 7B-79-7&-
23S: Harold Cahoon g-t)-7-zj.
Tolarado: Dolp Doiifilaa 73-77-75225;
ridee 82-77-76235; Orlan Jacobaon 83
Msrlan Spurpeon 77-7W-72-22S ; Ru El
78-75236; Dick Mulnauw H3-81-74 238.
- Iowa. Stat: Dale Fnriley 76-78-74-228;
Oeoree Turner 74-79-74 - 227; Dave
Eierda 76-77-7-232; Dick Farwell 76
76.84239; Bill Rltl 83-80-84247.
Kinaaa: Bill Toalaon 75-74-72221:
Ton Wllwn 82-77-76- 235; Jim jpaviea
81-81-75-237; Bob Wood 74-79 6 239;
lon Roulier 7(k80-80-2M.
Mlaaanrl; Tom Garriiiy 74-75-81230;
Sobert Martin 75-73-74232; Jim Mur
phy 78-79-84241; Pat Kennedy 80-86-85
251; Buddy Merger 84-95-90 J9.
Kanaaa mate: David Smith 10-75-74
J29; Gerald Smith 86-75-74225; Joseph
Downey 84-81-85259; Arnold Hendnclta
S1I39253; Charlea Hcwtetlar 86l-82
Nebraska : Mike Meditation 81-77-73
S31; Dennia Mullins 79-81-84244; Tom
Kiasler 80-88-88 ZW; Don Waltemath
fll-81-76 248; Larry RomJue K8-88-84
Bill Krommenhoek pitched
and batted Delta Upsilon into
the semifinals of the intra
mural softball tournament
last night as the DU's downed
Pioneer house 4-1.
The game was shaping up
as quite a pitchers' duel be
tween Krommenhoek and
Pioneer's Larry Tetzloff until
the last inning. With the
score knotted at the end of
five innings, Steve Finn led
off the sixth by getting on on
an error. He went to second
on a wild pitch, and Krom
menhoek poled a long home
run to left field.
The DU's added another
run on a hit batsman, a stolen
base, and an error.
The scoring was opened in
the third when Tetzeloff is
sued two walks and a single
to B J Edwards. Pioneer came
back in the fifth with two
solid hits and a DU error to
tie the game and set the stage
for the last inning rally.
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Nealon rl III Garretaon lb
Newman If i 0 1 Krom'nhnek n
Tetzloff p 2 0 8 McCtare cf
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Relays Offer
Columbia Games;
Meet In Conflict
Nebraska's Keith Gardner
has refused an offer to com
pete in the Compton Relays
to be held in Compton, Cali
fornia early m June. The
meet conflicts with the Brit
ish Columbia Games.
Gardner was invited to
compete in the high hurdles
and 440-yard dash, against Ed
Southern of the University of
Texas, John Telford of Wayne
University in Detroit and Mai
Spence of Arizona State Uni
versity. Southern holds the
best time in the nation this
year in the 440 with a 46.1
clocking. Gardner has run
Gardner had previously
committed himself to run in
the British Columbia Games,
a Centennial celebration to be
held June 6 and 7 at Van
couver, British Columbia.
The same Nebraskans who
The Independents have chalked up another tournament
championship this year by winning the softball contest.
They defeated the Alpha Phis in the final game, 4-1.
The tennis finals will be held Thursday, with these girls
..4 competing: Myrberg, Pi Phi, vs. Prest, Kap
pa; Turner, Alpha Chi, vs. the winner of the
McCrady-Fisk game; Rigg, Theta, vs. Hrus
ka, Chi O; Drew, Alpha Phi, vs. the winner
of the latter game.
In the badminton games played last
week, these are the results: Mulligan-Mc-Hargue,
A O Pi, def. Paul-Hruska, Chi O;
Moorhead-Schmittman, Delta Gamma, def.
Bailey -Christensen, Alpha Phi; Britton-Dwor-
ak, Alpha Phi, def. Arbuthnot- Murrell, Tri
Emmie Delt; Burbank-Falk, Kappa, def. Sharron
Waser, Ind.; Metcalf-Van Ornam, Tri Delt, def. Lewis-Meis-ner,
Delta Gamma.
The finals of the badminton tournament will be played
The End
The last week of classes, the last week of Daily Nebras
kans, and the last week of skirts in sports . , . thank heavens!
I thought and thought (and I'm still thinking) about what
to write about in my last column. Surely it should be some
thing spectacular, memorable and lasting ... I have
strange misgivings about this somehow. I must not live right.
Anyway, throughout this past year, I've explained, griped,
complained, confused people, and exaggerated about P.E.
Actually I don't hate it, I'm just glad my two years duty is
Good luck to all next semester's freshies and sophomores
you may need it. .
Here's a word of warning from an old non-athlete: Be
ware of field hockey, I almost had my ankle broken; look out
for softball, I got hit in the head with a bat; take it easy
in body mechanics, at least I learned to walk; watch your
self in swimming, I practically drowned taking the skill
test; be careful m bowling, I was on crutches a week after
one game; to say nothing of pin-setting, when every moment
in the pits means disaster; take care in tennis, someone
broke their racket over my head; and lastly, be on guard
in golf, especially if anyone like me is practicing next to
Sports No Skirts
I decided it might be a fitting tribute, in my last column,
to name a few sports around campus sports that don't wear
skirts, that is. But these people deserve recognition because
of their undying loyalty and interest in girls' sports.
After all, as some wise journalist once said (Dick told
me), names make the news. So here is the group just selected
at random, and not particularly having any connections with
one another: Black Art, Fredrick Holberto, Tiny Lady, Mom
Sulkerson, Tom Paul, Old Samburg, Don Ding, Kold Joe,
Roaming Jim, Shell Crane, Bosco Boy, Gone Geese, Hick
Hedge, Rosy Vince, Straight Harp, Pro Herbie, Wicked East,
Sinning Lott, Sassy Chuck, Son Loan, Robbin Robby, All Hob,
Hare Race .... that's all.
You know, a lot of comments are always made about the
mistakes the Rag makes all the time. Weil, there's a few in
that iron-bound memory book, the Cornhusker, too! (That
we were happy to notice!) At least a Rag can be thrown
away into a corner and never seen again, but you can't hide
a yearbooK.
I wonder who that fellow is who's a member of. both
Beta Theta Pi and Delta Tau Delta. He's got a different
name with each group, and neither one is right! The things
a person can get away with these days
Also noticed that poor old Jim Bunz will be sitting around
here for another 11 years. He won't graduate til 69 ... too
bad. .
Well, the Cornhusker really turned out pretty good
Tv j seniors and one junior
are the latest Daily Nebras
kan nominees for the Athlete
of the Year award. Jim Ku
backi, Jim Kane and Dwight
Mebler were
added Mon
day to a
growing list
that includes
Dan Brand,
Gary Reim-
ers, George
F i s k and
Keith Gard
Kub a c k i
takes the Kubackl
spotlight for his three year
performance on the Univer
sity basketball squad plus his
fine play for coach Tony
anarpe's Dasebau squad the
past two seasons
The letter nominating Little
Jimmie stated, "Who can
ever forget the dramatic, last
second plays that brought Ne
braska basketball victories
over Missouri and nationally
rated Kansas?" The letter al
so mentioned his fine relief
pitching during last year's
baseball campaign and his
brilliant, though brief career
as a third baseman this
Kubacki's letter of nomina
tion also lauded the little fel
low as one of the finest of
sportsmen who was willing to
keep hustling in spite of the
fact that he was not on the
starting lineup during most of
the basketball season.
Kubacki received a knee
injury in the final seconds of
the Colorado basketball
game. A recurrance of the hr
jury forced him to the side
lines m oaseDaii this year
and seriously hurt Nebraska's
chances of a Big Eight pen
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Courtesy Journal-Star Pruning Co.
Squad To Appear
At Vancouver
Lincoln, Neb. The Uni
versity of Nebraska will be
represented in the British
Columbia Centennial Games
at Vancouver, .C.B, June 6-7,
Coach Frank Sevigne an
nounced. The same athletes who will
compete in the NCAA at
Berkeley, Calif., June 13-14
will make the trip to Van
couver. Sevigne said the
squad would be picked on the
basis of their showing in the
Big Eight Conference cham.
ionships this week end at Co
lumbia, Mo.
Kane was nominated for his
outstanding play behind the
plate for Nebraska's baseball
squad the last three years.
Jim has nearly been the en
tire Nebraska catching corps
since his sophomore year
and has developed into one
of the finest receivers in the
Big Eight. Last year, the Wis
ner senior was named to a
second team all-conference
berth and this year will bid
strongly for a first team berth.
Kane got a slow start in
the hitting department t h i s
year but has improved stead
ily with each game. He is
now hitting a respectable .325
for the season with 15 runs
batted in. Moreover, against
Oklahoma the past week, he
fielded perfectly in two games
to boost his fielding percent
age to .980, a good record for
a man who handles the ball
on almost every play.
Siebler First Junior
Siebler is the first junior
nominated for the award. The
right handed fireballer is the
ace of Sharpe's pitching staff.
So far this spring he has col
lected six wins against two
defeats. One of the losses was
a heartbreaking 2-1 decision
to Oklahoma last weekend.
Siebler had a no-hitter going
for five innings against the
Sooners and lost the game
in the last of the seventh in
ning with two out.
During his college career,
Siebler has had the dubious
distinction of losing a no hit
ter to these same Sooners.
Last year, Siebler pitched
seven innings of hitless ball
but lost, 2-1.
This year, Dwight has an
earned run average that is
mark, a good record in col
lege ball. His average leads
the Nebraska pitching staff.
Siebler is also the 1 e a d i n g
hitter on the club with a .444
average for the first 21
games. Against Oklahoma, it
was his single that scored the
lected off Eddie Fischer.
Nominations for Athlete o!
the Year will close midnight
Tuesday. The winner will ba
announced in Friday's paper.
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Fir$t Semester Schedule 1958-59
10 New Testomont Life and Literature
10 New Testament Life and Literature
M Old Testament Life and Literature
30 Introduction to Christian Faith
73 Growth of the Church
1 20 Bible and Dead Sea Scrolls
121 The Four Gospels
'122 Life and Teaching of Jesus
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ISO Work of the Minister
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The Faculty for the First Semester 1958-59
CUSTAVE A. fERRF, A.B., Boston Univeraity; B D.,
Andover Newton; Ph.D., Venderbilt; Graduate
study, Yale University.
ROBERT t. CORDON, A.B., Emory ond Henry Col
lege; B.D., Southern Methodist University
REX H. KNOWLES, A.B., Wesleyan Conn.; 6 O., Yole;
M.A., University of Nebroska; D.D., Hastings. All
course work completed for Ph.D., University of
WILHELM C. IINSS, Baccalaureate Degree, Erlanaen
University, Germany; S.T.M., Boston University;
Ph.D., Boston University.
DARRELL P. PATTON, A.B., Baker; B.D., Southern
Methodist; Graduate Study, Texas Christian; Uni
versity of Nebraska. v
RALEIGH J. PETERSON, Jr., A.B., Phillips; ID.,
Phillips; Graduate work, University of Nebroska,
University of Denver. All course work completed
for Th.D., Iliff School of Theoloay.
braska; B.D., Yale University. All Course work com
pleted for S.T.M., Yole University.
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