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    Fridoy, April 3, 1959
The Daily Nebraskon
Page) 3
Husker Gridders Begin
Spring Practice Monday
By Randall Lambert
Experiementation and fun
damentals will greet 112 Hus-
kers football candidates when
they take the practice field
Monday to begin Spring
drills.
This represents the larg
est number of candidates to
start Spring practice for
many years. Not only is the
depth (112) good, but the
quality of the personnel is'
also excellent.
Screening
Coach Bill Jennings and
staff will face a task of shift
ing and' screening material
that is comparable to the
building of the "bridge on
the River Kwai". Even
though the job is tremendous
the experience should be
pleasant. During the past
few years Nebraska coaches
have been lucky to have a
squad of 60 men.
Transfer students and ex
servicemen are one of the big
reasons the Scarlet and
Lepley Begins
Waterlnstruction
The Water-Safety Instruc
tors Course, directed by Hol
lie Lepley, is currently under
way. The Course is divided
into two phases with phase
one running April 3, 6, 7, 8,
9, and 10 at 4 p.m. Phase two
will be held Apttl 13, 15, 17,
20, 22 at 7 p.m.
Part one organizes, trains,
conditions, and prepares the
swimmers for the second
phase. Teaching skills and
techniques are the major
part of phase two and only
those who have completed
phase one are eligible for
phase two.
Track Team
To Texas
Track coach Frank Sevigne
named five performers to
compete in the Texas Relays
at Austin, Texas, today and
tomorrow. Named to the trav
eling squad were Joe Mullins,
Knotty Barnes, Joe American
Horse, Bill Melody and Ken
Pollard.
Mullins, Barnes, American
Horse and Melody will run in
the 4-mile relay Saturday.
They may also run the 2-mile
relay, Saturday, and the dis
tance medley, today.
Pollard is entered in the
pole vault.
Tennis, Golf
Teams See Action
The Nebraska golf and ten
nis teams will host Creighton
University Saturday. The ten
nis teams will exchange
serves at 1 p.m. and the golf
ers will tee off at 9 a.m.
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Cream figures to be Im
proved this coming fall. Dar
rell Cooper, who started at
Baylor for a year, is going
to be given a good shot et the
center spot. The chunky Tex
an totes the scales at 225 and
stands 5-11.
Dick McDaniel may ci.i
Cooper in the line to make it
a Texas twosome. McDaniel
played service ball before
coming to Nebraska as an
end. The Port Arthur, Tex
as flanker stands 6-2 and
weighs 203.
Rambling Wreck
Still south of the Mason
Dixon line comes George
Haney, 225-pound transfer
from Georgia Tech. The
magnolia monster ptayed
tackle while at Tech.
These three along with Ne
braska's returning veterans
and upcoming freshemen are
capable of giving the Husk
ers a grid machine as devas
tating as Sherman's march
to the sea.
The backfield will be
stronger with the addition of
Tom Kramer, formerly of the
California Bears. He lettered
at Cal as a halfback and
quarterback. He played in
the shadow of AU-American
Paul Larson as a quarter
back and was switched to the
halfback slot in order to util
ize his running ability
Hugh Smith
Hugh Smith, a Guymon,
Oklahoma product, could be
the surprise of the whole
bunch. Smith, whd is 6-4 and
weighs 210, runs the century
under ten seconds. The ex-
serviceman is a halfback.
Some of the upcoming
freshmen who are counted on
for duty Include; Ends: Jim
Huge, Holdrege; Robert Han
sen, Sioux City, Iowa; Don
iPurcell, Omaha. Tackles:
Monte Kiffin, Lexington; Du
ane Dubois, Niagara Falls,
New York; Ken Dostal,
Scribner; James Rasche,
Omaha. Guards: Al Fischer,
Princeton, Minn; Don Hous
er, Lincoln. Center; Henry
(Mick) Tinglehoff, Lexington
Quarterbacks; Ron Meade,
Canby, Minn.; Ron Gilbreath,
Sidney. Halfbacks; Noel Mar
tin, Broughton, Kansas; Dal
las Dyer, Lexington; Pat
Clare, Sioux City, Iowa. Full
backs: Dave Roberts, Long
view, Washington; Steve Ol
son, Sioux City, Iowa.
Weak Points: Still lack
overall team speed and again
Nebraska will be lacking ex
perience. There are 16 sen
iors 22 juniors and 74 sopho
mores on the squad.
Strong points: Will have
depth, whether it be depth in
quality remains to be seen.
End spots appear more solid
with all hands back plus four
promising ends from the
freshman team.
Among the 19 returnees,
Duane Mongerson, Omaha
tackle, had most playing
time at 433 minutes. Don
Fricke was next with 418, an
injury shelving him for a
brief period.
Baseball Team Faces South
Dakota State in Debut
By Hal Brown
The Nebraska baseball team
will open the home season to
day at 3 p.m. against South
Dakota State. The Huskers
compiled a 2-3 record on their
southern trip during spring
vacation.
Enlowe Hevner, a lefthand
er, has been named to start
by Coach Tony Sharpe. Hev
ner pitched in three innings of
relief against Texas Lutheran
in the opening game of the
season giving up two hits and
three runs.
Sharpe named a starting
Sigma Kappa
Leads In
Rifle Shoot
Sigma Kappa topped wom
en's riflery in the third week
of firing. They h a d a team
score of 755 compared with
746 for the Delta Gammas
and 735 for the Kappa Alpha
Thetas. The highest possible
score that could have been
achieved was 800.
Leading the individual to
tals, out of a possible 200
points, were Elizabeth Bans
hart (Sifma, Kappa), 198,
Bobbie Tanner (Kappa Alpha
Theta), 192, and Eloise New
berry (Delta Gamma), 190.
Eloise Newberry also was
high scorer cn one target (100
points) She hit 99 points.
DANCING
Open to the Public
Saturday Nite, April 4
TOMMY TOMLIN
ORCHESTRA
AP UBS
by Larry Hurb
"Better save these petnter Classifieds, dear, before
tou cover them too!"
Coming Next Saturday, April 11
MICKEY KUU, erchcerr
EAST HILLS
For Retervarioni Pkane 4-2823
lineup of: Dave Murakami,
ss; Gil Dunne, 2b; Doug Siel
er, 3b; Ken Ruisinger, lb;
Dick Nelson, rf ; Leroy Zentic,
If; Earl Oltman, c; Bob Semin
cf ; and Hevner, p.
Anyone interested in be
coming a Football Student
Manager contact
BOB HALL
7-1911 Immediately
USE NEBRASKAN WANT ADS
ORGAN CONCERT
on
Completed Pips Organ
Sunday, April 5, 7:30 P.M.
University Lutheran Chapel
15 th and Que
YOU ARE Mr. Charles W. Or,
WELCOME Organist
WE HAVE THEM!
What Are They?
Part Time Student Jobs,
When?
IMMEDIATELY
1. 11:30 1:00 or 1:30 Monday thru Friday as
waiters in our Main Dining Room.
2. Banquet Waiter and Waitresses Noon Hours,
and Supper Hours. Work as your schedule per
mits. Good pay, good hours, work with our
present trained crew of 35 students 10 20
hours per week.
Al Bennett, Room 1 or 104, Student Union
m if
You are cordially Invltod to our
spring and summer
fashion show
Saturday, April 4 (all day)
Casual to party-time dresses with that wonderful
'Lanz look', shown by special Lanz representative.
Career Shop tecond floor
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When your friends impart confidences,
do you feel (A) uncomfortable, or
(B) complimented?
2. Do you prefer a task which demands
(A) the organization of complex details,
or (B) a constant flow of ideas?
S. Would your first reaction to a difficult
committee appointment be that you had
been (A) stuck," or (B) honored?
4. If you were a contestant on a quiz
prop-am which of these question
categories would you prefer: (A) popular
songs of today, or (B) current events?
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more effectively (A) under supervision!
or (B) on your own schedule?
6. Is it your feeling that close
friendships with superiors would be
(A) a great help, or (B) actually a
, hindrance to your career with a firm?
7. Which, to your mind, has the greater
influence on you in making a good grade:
(A) the instructor, or (B) the subject
matter of a course?
8. Do you believe that the saying "haste
makes waste" is (A) always true, or
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