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    Tuesday, April 7, 1959
The Daily NIebroskon
Page 3
NU Soccer
Club Scores
The University of Nebraska
Soccer Club started the spring
season with a (1-0) victory
over the detachment of the
Royal Air Force at Offutt
Air Base, Omaha, Nebraska.
In the first half of the game
neither team was able to
score. In the. second half, al
though the Haskers played
against the wind, their de
fense composed of Joe Luk,
Clark Bcltzell, Fernando
Nottebolm, Martin Car
raneedo, Les Heathcote and
Otto Ludewig was strong
enough to prevent the Brit
ishers rom scoring.
With five minutej left in
2he game, a good combina
tion oc Fomliman G o n g e,
Louie iiolnan, Hermann Rid-
der and Mossou Wodadid
broke the R.A.F. defense and
scorde after being set up by
Chiu Edmund.
This victory gives the
Huskers a 3-2 record against
the A.A.F. in tha last two
The Huskers will practice on
Thursday in front of the Coli
seum 4-6 p.m. and on Satur
day at 8:30 in the Field
Next game will be Sunday,
April 12, against the Latvia
Team in Lincoln at Peter Pan
Jennings Sends Huskers Through
Fundamentals in Opening Drills
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By Keith Bland
Fundamentals and a pass
ing scrimmage keynoted the
first day of spring drills for
at least 101 Huskers yester
day afternoon as football
coach Bill Jennings and his
assistants put each player
tnrougn ms respective drills.
A warm April day domin
ated the area and a few
minor injuries were reported
by some of the players.
Among them was Archie
Cobb, Georgia Tech transfer,
who injured his thumb. A few
others received minor cuts
and scratches.
Other Injuries
Tim Barnes and Roger Cole
saw limited action due to pre-
DI Softball Results
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Gail Parker Wins
Ping Pong Tale
Gail Parker of Delta Gam
ma won the women's intra
mural table tennis singles
title by defeating Sally Barnes
of Alpha Xi Delta. Miss Park
er won the match in two
straight games. The scores
were 21-13 and 22-20.
The Delta Gamma wit gave
revenge for the loss that
Gretchen Shellberg, also" a
DG, had suffered in the semi
finals to Miss Barnes. Miss
Parker gained the finals by
winning over Lois Waser, an
vious wrist injuries, while
Ron Meade, Minnesota quar
terback, will see action In a
few days when he gets out of
the hospital Leroy Zierke
will also be seeing limited
action until bis knee injury
gets better.
Coach Jennings put the
squad through two hours of
basic fundamentals. The
team was divided into tea
Badmitton, Softball
Intramurals in both bad
mitton and softball go into
the second round today. Five
single matches in badmitton
and four games in softball
comprise the lineup for today
in these sports.
In badmitton, games 13,
14, 18, 20, and 22 will be
played in the PE building. In
game 13, Bill Harvey Ind.
will meet Dave Godbey Theta
Xi; game 14, Harold Christy
Gus II will meet Gary Aksa
mit Beta; game 18, Gary
Adams SAE will meet Mar
vin Rohner Gus II; game 20,
Harvey AM Theta Xi will
meet Sid Stastny Ind.; and
game 22, Frank Tomson,
Ind. will meet Joe Huber
In softball, eight teams
will see action. SAE will
play Delta Sig; Brown Palace
will meet the Delts; Farm
House will go against the Ag
Men; and SAM will meet the
Beta Sigs.
The badmitton games are
scheduled for 6:30, 7:30, and
8:30. All softball games will
start at 5:30 an the PE field.
different squads. Each squad
was put nnder Its respective
paces by the assistant
Jennings followed this with
a short passing scrimmage.
He divided the team in half
and alternated the teams on
offense and defense for more
than a half-hour. He then had
them run a few wind sprints
following their passing
scrimmage and sent them to
the showers.
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DG Posts High
Riflery Score
Delta Gamma posted the
highest score in women's
riflery this past week. The
DGs scored 749 points, fol
lowed by the Sigma Kappas
with 740 and the Alpha Phis
with 732.
Top individual score was
recorded by Carol Graves of
Delta Gamma with 197-points
out of a possible 200 points.
Rosalie Hubl copped second
place with 190 points, while
the following tied for third
with 189: Dorothy Dusek, Ter
race Hall, Mary Lueking,
ZTA, Eloise Newberry," DG,
Gayle Peddie, KAT, and Bev
Ruck, Alpha Phi.
In team competition the
AlDha Chi Omega defeated
Terrace Hall, 719-714, Delta
Gamma defeated Alpha Phi
1. 749-732, and Zeta Tau
Alpha defeated Kappa Alpha
Theta, 695-691.
Next Saturday the Delta
Gammas will face Kappa
Kappa Gamma and Alpha Xi
Delta will meet Sigma Kappa.
Intramural softball games
will begin tomorrow at 5:39
p.m. and all entries are doe
not later than 5 p.m. today
in room 102, Physical Edu
cation Building.
A meeting w ill be held for
all team managers today in
room 114 of - the Physical
Education Building.
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Nebraska Pitching Still
Unstable; Flock Shines
By Hal Brown
Baseball Coach Tony Sharpe
is still undecided on who his
three starting pitchers will
be for this season, but after
the fine job turned in by
Dean Flock
against t :
souu Dakota
State, Satur- 2J
day, he will H
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be one of J$
toiled four
innings in re
Uef Saturday
and retired
12 of the 13 batters to face
him. The only baserunner got
on with a scratch single in
the infield as only one ball
got out of the infield and
that was a lazy fly ball to
rightfield. Flock struck out 5
as he had the Jackrabbit hit
ters chasing his wide-breaking
curve ball.
.97 ERA
Flock has given up only one
earned run this season in 10
2-3 finnings of pitching to lead
the team with an 0.97 earned
run average. He also leads
the pitchers in strikeouts with
12 and he has a one and one
won-lost record.
Sharpe was fairly well
pleased with the pitching on
the southern trip. It was pitch
ing which figured to - cause
him the most worries and it
still could be his biggest
headache. However, things
aren't as dark as they were
before the southern trip.
Inexperience could be the
biggest obstacle on the pitch
ing staff as only Bob Glea
son, Gil Dunne and Enlowe
Hevner have pitched college
ball. Sharpe would rather
keep Dunne at second base
unless he is forced to use
liim on the mound. The re
turning pitchers hurled only
77 1-3 innings last year as
Dwight Siebler and Chuck
Ziegenbein handled most of
the pitching chores. Siebler
signed a professional contract
with the Philadelphia Phillies
and is assigned to Williams
port, Pa. of the Class A East
ern League. Ziegenbein grad
uated and will pitch for Far
go, N. D. again this summer.
i Gleason, a senior right
'hander from Fullerton, start
ed two games on the southern
swing and was charged with
the loss in both of them. He
has appeared in '11 innings
and has a '4.86 earned run
Hevner started against
South Dakota State and was
shelled from the box in the
third inning. He had allowed
only one hit in the first two
innings, but he lost his con
trol in the third and wasn't
able to retire a man before
he was replaced by Harry
Tolly. Hevner has allowed 8
earned runs in 5 innings of
pitching for an earned run
average of 15.40. He has no
won-lost record.
Tolly, a letter-winning quar
terback the past two seasons,
gave up spring football for
baseball and he has been fair
ly impressive considering the
fact that this is his first taste
of baseball since his Ameri
can Legion Junior days in
North Platte. He is a 6-2, 193
pound fireballer, who can
make the mitt pop when he
decides to rear back and fire.
He has struck out seven in
nine innings of pitching.
Ken "Spook" Ruisinger has
yet to give up an earned run
in five innings and he gamed
credit for one of the Huskers
wins on the southern journey.
However, Ruisinger will prob
ably spend most of the sea
son at first base.
Dick Welch, a sophomore
from Lincoln, collected the
other Nebraska victory.
Welch's mam trouble right
now seems to be control as
he has walked four and thrown
two wild pitches in C 2-3 inn
ings of work. He oss a good
2.69 earned ran average.
Orvis Larsen has pitched
only two innings giving up one
hit and two earned runs. The
one hit off iim was a home
Rifle Team
Places Third
The Nebraska Varsity Rifle
Team placed third in the Big
Eight Rifle Matches held in
Manhattan, Kansas last week
end. Kansas State took first
place and Oklahoma State
carried away the second place
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Nebraska 1864
New Record
Top five shooters on the Ne
braska team were:
Ken Novotny, 387; Conley
Cleveland, 379; Marvin Cox,
377; Dick Woolley, 376; Dick
Christensen, 375.
Ken Ncvotny was awerded
a medal and a gold watch for
firing the highest prone-stand
score, 194200.
!run by Jon Horning of South
uaxota Mate witn two on.
Dunne Relieves
Dunne, the captain, will
probably not be used as a
j starter unless some unfore-
i seen catastrophs happens.
I The tiny second baseman who
throws mostly junk, ala Eddie
lLopat, could be used in re
lief. The catching outlook is
j bright despite Lhe loss of vet
' eran Jim Kane. The catching
will be handled almost en
! tirely by two sophomores, Ely
; Churchich of Omaha and Earl
: "Porky" Oltman of Lincoln,
j Churchich and Oltman give
.Nebraska the best backstop-
pmg duo uat Sharpe has had
in several season. Churchich
was the starting catcher on
the southern sojourn but Olt
man was given the nod against
South Dakota State, Saturday.
Churchich is tie stronger
thrower but he takes a little
longer getting rid of the ball
than Oltman. Oltman has two
hits in five times at the plate
for a .400 batting average.
He has one run batted in.
Churchich has been up 19
times and has four hits for a
.211 average. He has three
rbi's. Included in his four hits
is one home run.
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