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Monday, April 13, 1959
The Doily Nebroskon
Scarlet Ready Saturday Scrimmage
Produces -Few Injuries; Fricke Sparks
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By Keith Bland then by plunging over from
First week of spring drills the one yard line.
ended Saturday afternoon with
the first real intrasquad scrim
mage as Don Fricke sparked
Dave Roberts, Don Fricke
and Noel Martin were stand-
the Red team to victory with outs in the fullback position
two touchdowns. land eave a laree indication
The Red teammates gath
ered a 6-1 advantage in touch
downs as the only White score
came on a five-yard pass from
Pat Fisher, halfback to end
that Nebraska will be much
stronger in that ' position of
fensively. A great deal of passing was
done from the quarterback
Dick McDaniel. McDaniel is position and crave a laree in.
a iresnman irom rort Artnur,
Fricke scored the first
touchdown of the scrimmage
by intercepting a White pass
and running the ball back 25
yards for the TD. Freshman
halfback Dennis Stuewe plung
ed into the line moments lat
er for three yards for the
second Red score after a 16
yard pass from Ron Meade
to Hugh Smith set up the TD.
Transfer quarterback Tom
Kramer from California com
pleted a seven and a 15-yard
pass to end John Bond to key
note Fricke's 11-yard plunge
for his second score.
An alert lineman guard,
John Ponseigo, intercepted a
White pass and traveled 35
yards for the fourth touch
down of the Reds. A ten yard
pass from Meade to Eger
added another score to the
Stuewe made his second
TD with a pass interception
from the Whites and a run
back of 29 yards. Fullback Lee
Bigelow made the final score
dicatian that this will be an
other one of Nebraska's
strong points. Tom Kramer,
California transfer; Ron
Mease and Joe Rutigliano,
both freshmen, did most of
Freshman guard Al Fisher,
was the only real Injury re
ported as his left hand was
severely cut and needed to
have 14 stitches.
The Saturday lineups:
Pint team Bill Bohanan and John
Bond, ends; George Haney and Roland
McDole. tacklea; John Ponnero and
Dale Slemer. fuardaj Darrell Cooper,
centeri Ron Kramer, quarterback; Dal
la Dyer, left halfback: Carroll Zaruba,
runt halfback Don Fricke. fullback.
Seeaad team Mike Eger an1 Bill Tun
ing, ends; Ken Dostal and Monte Kif
fin, tacklea; Warren Dobry and Al
Fischer, guards; Jon Skaug, center; Ron
Meade, quarterback; Hugh Smith, left
halfback; Dennis Stuewe, right half
back; Dave Roberts, fullback.
Third team John Minnick and Don
Pureed, ends; Jim Raschke and Don
Heidt, tackles: John Liu be and Jerry
Kelley. guards; Bib Kitchen, center;
Joe RutlgUano, quarterback; Dave Stock
man, left halfback; Dave Sever, right
halfback; Lee Bigelow, fullback.
Fourth team Tom Jacob and BID
Peterson, ends; John Luecke and Charles
Koopmann, tackles; Don Jordan and
Bob Taylor, guards; Caryl Anderson,
centert Fred Henning, quarterback; Joe
Dickson and Gene Ward. - halfbacks;
Stave, OUen. fullback.
First team Jim Huge and Max Marti,
ends; Russ Edeal and Joe Gacusana,
tackles; Don Houser and Dick Kosier,
guards; Jim Moore, center; Dean Co-
halfback: Clay White, right halfback I
Noel Martin, fullback.
Second team A! Long and Dick Mc
Daniel, ends; Roger Hansen and Dunne
Dubois, tackles; Jim Houser and Jed
Rood, guards: Mick Tinglehoff, center:
Hon Gtlbreath. quarterback; Warren
Powers, left halfback; William Hayes,
right halfback; Jack Conger, fullback.
Third team Phil Case and Pat Sa
lerno, ends; Jim Jones and Al Haranla.
tackles: Pete Williams and Don Stew
art. guards; Roland Wallick. center:
Ron Filbert, quarterback; John M arm an,
left halfback; Roger Behrena. right
halfback; Dick Chochon, fullback.
Fourth team Ken Pieper and Larry
Bluhm, ends; Dave Sundberg and Den
nis Doyle, tackles; Pat Fitzgerald and
Harvey Naasz, guards: Bruce O'Cauag
han, center; Jerald Dragoo, Lloyd Scar
Other White players Scott. Simon.
Dick Leigh. Guy Sapp, ends; Ken Tuin
stra. Duane Salak. tackles; Bob Savnie,
Gary Jack, Jack Renfroe. Dick Bell and
tine, quarterback; Pat Fischer, left John Christensen. guards.
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ST. CLOUD NEBRASKA
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Todora. 3b 3 10 0 Sieler, Sb 4 10 0
Glatzm'r. 4 2 1 Dunne. 2b 3 12 0
Carruth, rf 4 1 1 i Mura'ml. n 11 1 t
Leaar. c 4 1X1 Ruisin'r, lb 1 0 1 t
Ramler, lb 4 0 Zentic. ci H 3 0 0 0
Bergst'm, If 1 1 0 Vogel, U 1 0
Foo.uette.ef 4 I 1 Churchill, e 1111
Liestman. as 3 0 Nelon.rf 3 0 11
a-Kalthoff I 0 0 Larsenjf 1 1 0
RepuUki. 3b Semin. cf 10 9
Cashman, p 3 0 0 0 Flock, p 10 0 0
Gleason, p I 0 1 1
Welch, p 0 0 0 0
Totals KIM Totals 17 ( 7 (
a Lived oa error for Liestman in Tlh.
St. Cload em 3 3 3
Nebraska 3d M S 1 4
E Ramler. Glatxmaier, Liestman.
Dunne, Murakami 3. Sieler. PO-A St.
Cloud 11-10. Nebraska Sl-6. DP Liest-man-Ramler.
LOB St. Cloud 10. Ne
IB Glatrmaier, Carrath, Rnisineer,
rhurchich. Gleason. S Murakami. SB
I IP H R ER BB SO
: Cashman W. 1-0) . 7 7 5 4 3 3
i Flock 3 4 i 3 1 4
Gleason (L, 0-3) ... i t 3 4 3 3 1
I Welch HI 0 0 1 0
I PB Lesar. WP Gleason, Cjshman. U
Censer and Gaughan. T 1: 10.
! Second Game
ST. CLOUD NEBRASKA
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Todora. 3b 4 0 0 0 Sieler. 3b
Glatt'ier, 2 2 1 0 Dunne. 2b
Coach Ed Higginbotham's
Nebraska tennis team split
in two matches the past
weekend. The Huskers shut
out Washburn University of
Topeka, Kansas, 7-0 but lost
a 5-2 decision to Kansas.
Bruce Russell and Al Ar
rigunaga were the only
Huskers to post victories
against the Jayhawks.
The netters now have 3-5
record and will travel to
Omaha, Wednesday, for their
next match against Omaha
NU vs. Washburn
Bruce Russell N def. John Wohlfarth.
15-10. S-3. Bill North (N) def. Tom
Romig. 6-0, 6-0. Charles Kress (N) def.
Gary Steel, 0-3, 6-3. Albert Arriguanaea
IN) def. David Junge. 6-3, 6-1. Bill
1 3 0 0 Kendall fN def. Jim Maag, 0-7, 6-8, 6-2.
Track Team Beaten
By Oklahoma State U
The Nebraska outdoor track l" wd- o-
3, Don Nelson
team lost a 73-62 decision to
Oklahoma State' in a Big
Eight outdoor track meet at
Stillwater, Oklahoma, Satur
day. - The Huskers won five firsts
and turned in some good sec
ond place performances in
other events. Al Wellman,
Tony Divis, Bob Knaub, Joe
Mullins and Milt Haedt picked Harian.' o-sute. :i
,. . , . . ,f . I Hisb hurdles: 1,
up nrsi piace puuus ior ic
Knaub won the broad jump
440 relay: 1, O-State f Orlando Hatlev.
Ken Covert Vernon Haddox Tom Har
Mile: 1, Miles Eisenman, O-State. I.
Joe American Horse, Neb. 3, Randati
No-x'ood. O-State. 4:15.3.
440 run: 1. Ken Covert, O-State. 3,
Joe Muuins, Neb. 3, Dale Farquarson,
Discus: 1, Clvde Northrup, O-State. 1,
Al Wellman, Neb. 3, Tony Divis. Neb.
: ' Pob Knsub. Neb. !.
Bob Lammel, Neb. 3, Don Phillips, Neb.
!'' yard dash: I. Orlando Hazley,
O-State. 3, Don Phillips, Neb. 3, Tom
Milton Haedt, Neb.
3, Rober Brede, Neb. (no third) 15.3.
380 yards: 1, Joe Mullins, Neb. 2,
Tom Burch, O-State. 3, Knolly Barnes,
!- -v!r: 1. Miles Tvisenman. O-State,
t, William Melody, Neb. 3, Jack Mc-
with a leap of 23 feet 5 inches ' Lew hurdles: 1, Vernon Haddox, O-
nt TVToKpocVo nmnt all t lrpp -aie. z. BOO kobud. nto. j, aiuion
a iiwuicuna "-fv :idt. Neb. 24.9. I
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jirruui.n i o i v i. J J i iLi. li Tt ii LammEl WaS SeCUIUl and LU Hailey) 3:17.4.
Lesar. c 4 0 3 1 Ruisin'. p-lb 4 1 1 2 Bomig. -, 7 a, -c lnu:n:. - ! rw ran: 1. r
Ramler, lb 3 0 0 0 Churchich, c 1 1 0 0
Bergstro', If 3 1 1 0 Oilman, c 0 0 0 0
Foouette. cf 3 1 0 0 Zentic. If
Liestman. ss 3 1 1 1 Larsen, lf-a-Kanoff
1 0 0 0 Nelson, cf
Ki!kc"v. p 0 0 0 0 Semin. cf
Backes. p 1 0 0 0 Fisher, rf
b-Laylan 1 0 0 0 Harris, rf
Totals 30 3 3 Totals
a Struck out for Liestman In 7th.
b struck out for Backes in 7th.
10 0 1
10 0 0
3 12 1
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
3 3 12
0 0 0 0
NU vs. Kansas
Bruce Russell. NU, def. Jerry Wil
liams. KX". 6-1. 6-4.
Vherliog, KU. def. BUI NuiUi NU,
Al ArruTunaga, NU, def. Peta Plock,
KU. 7-5. 6-3.
Dave Coupe, KU. def. Charles Kress,
NU. 6-1. 6-J.
Sal Lekagul. KU, def. Bill Kendal,
IS 7 3 I NU. 6-4. 6-3. .
Siveriing-Piock. KU, del. norui-tiress,
NU. 7-5. 6-4.
St. rid ifiimuiltl Coupe-Williams. KU, del. nusseu-AT-
hraka .. 3M 303 i It 3 2 i riguana, NU. -7, 1-6. 7-i.
E Murakami, Sieler. Lesar, Focmette;! " 1
JR Vogel, 2B Fisher, Dunne, SB Sieler,
Rnxinger, Glaamaier, Lesar,
CkMd 10, Nebraska 3.
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Killketlr (L) 0
Toliv . .... 1
3 15 0
7 S 0 3
5 6 4 4
0 0 0 2
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IW'11 rFaxA7 inches. Divis also picked up
W ill ue nonoreu a third Diace in tne discus.
Phillips was third.
Joe Mullins won the 880
with a time of 1:53 and fin-;
ished second in the 440 with I
a 48.7 clocking. Ken Covert
of Oklahoma State ran a 47.9
to win the 440. Knolly Barnes
of Nebraska was third in the
880 trailing Mullins by only i
1.2 seconds. " I
Tony Divis won the javelin
with a toss of 179 feet 4Vi
Hazley. O-State. 2. Harlan,
O-State. 3, Phillips. Neb. 21.3.
With Minn. Club
By Hal Brown
Coach Tony Sharpe's base
ballers kept their record at
tthe .500 mark by splitting
two 7-inning games with St.
Cloud Minnesota State. The
Huskers dropped the first
contest, 6-5, Friday afternoon
but came back to win the
Saturday morning game, 12
5. St. Cloud came up with
with three runs in the top of
the 7th inning to hand right
hander Bob Gleason his third
consecutive loss of the sea
son. Gleason took over for
starter Dean Flock in the
4th inning and gave up only
one run in the next three in
nings as Nebraska increased
their lead to 5-3. However,
the roof fell in the top of the
The Huskies from St. Cloud
used three hits, a walk, and
an error plus a mental lapse
on the part of the Nebraska
infield to take the lead. The
typing run scored when a
St. Cloud runner attempted
to steal second and while the
Huskers were running him
down, the runner on third
galloped home , unmolested
with the tieing run. 1
In the. bottom of the sec
ond Nebraska got Gil
Dunne, the tieing, run, as far
as second, but he died there
as the Huskers went down to
their fourth defeat in seven
Flock gave up two earned
runs and four hits while
striking out four in his three
innings of work.
Nebraska came back with
a big eight run first inning
Saturday morning and then
held on to take a 12-5 vie
tory and avenge the loss suf
fered at the hands of the
The Huskers sent 11 men to
the piate against two St.
Cloud pitchers in the open
ing frame. Kilkelly started
on the mound for St. Cloud
but failed to retire a man
be fore being relieved by
Backes. Kilkelly pitched to
five hitters, walking four and
giving up a single to Ren
Ruisinger pitched the first
six innings for Nebraska giv
ing up all five of the St.
Cloud runs. Harry Tolly
came on in the seventh and
after walking the first man
to face him, he retired the
next three men on a pop up
and two strikeouts.
Nebraska added two runs
in both the fourth and sixth
innings to clinch the victory.
It was the first loss
in three starts for St. Cloud
and gave the Huskers a 4-4
record as they prepare to
open the conference season
against Iowa State on the
Husker diamond, Friday and
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Miles Eisenman in the two-
mile. Graham vaulted 14 feet
Vh inches to take first place
away from teammate Aubrey
Dooley and Nebraska's Ken
Pollard. Dooley and Pollard
tied for second with 14 foot
Miles Eisenman set a rec
ord in the two-mile run with
a winning time of 9 minutes
Joe American Horse ran a
4:18 mile for Nebraska, but
had to settle for second place
when Eisenman turned the
mile in 4:15.3.
Pole eaalt: 1, Jim Graham, O-State,
2-3. Ken Pollard. Neb. and Aubrey
D-olcy. O-State. 14-11.
Huh Jum: 1, Sammy Pegues. O State.
2-3. Bub Lammel and Larry Janda, Neb.
Jaeella: 1. Tony Divis, Neb. 2. Ron
Crrol, O-State. 3. Jim Lalleur. Neb.
Shot put: 1. Al Wellman. Neb. 2,
Nebraska's golfers, under
the tutelage of Bill Smith,
r?ised their record over the
.500 mark ' with wins over
Kansas and Kansas State.
The Huskers defeated Kan
sas, 9-5, in the first
match of the season for the
Jayhawks. The match had
to be moved from Lawrence,
Kansas, to Topeka because
of a dispute between the
Jayhawks and the Lawrence
Country Club officials over
the fees to be paid for the
use of the course.
Mike McCuiston of Nebras
ka was medalist with a 72.
Nebraska defeated Kansas
State 10-5 for their tsecond
win in as many days. The
two weekend victories give
Nebraska a 5-3 record for the
The golfers next match
will be Saturday when they
entertain Washburn Univer
sity of Topeka, Kansas.
NU vs. Kensas
McCuiston def. Bill Toalson (79), 3-0.
Bob Wood (K) (73) del Bob Epstein
(811 3-0. Dennis Mullins (N) (81) def.
Fred Rowland (82), Vsr-Vi. Larry Rom
Jiie (N) (76) def. James Kirk (88), 3-0.
Phil Cartmel K) (85) del. Dave Mc
Conahay (89), 2-1.
j NU vt. K-State
'Charles Hosteller. KS, 74, def. Mike
Larry F-mJue, NU, 77, def. Jerry
Henctncks, 82, 3-0.
Dennis M llins, NU, 78, def. Dennis
Buck. 82, 2-1. ,
Bob Epstein. NU, 78. def. George
Cooper. 79, ,
Dave McConahay, NU, 79, def. Ditk
Martin, 8(1. 3-1.
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