The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 17, 1959, Page Page 3, Image 3

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Friday, April 17, 1959
Hwker Football Clinic
Includes Scrimmage
An mirasquaa scrimmage
will higniignt the f o o t b a 1 1
coaching clinic sponsored by
Nebraska Saturday. The clin
ic is open to all high school
coaches without charge,
The clinic will begin with
lectures on offensive and de
fensive drills at 9:30 a.m. in
the Social Sciences audito
rium. The Nebraska varsity
will show the various tech
niques of football in a field
demonstration from 2 to
p.m. on the south practice
The scrimmage will begin
at 3 p.m. and the squad will
be split as evenly as possible
according to Bill Jennings,
Head r ootbau coach.
After viewing films of last
Saturday's scrimmage, Jen
nings said, "Our blocking was
weak and our ball handling
neeas improvement."
Pat Clare, freshman half
back from Sioux City. Iowa.
and Carroll Zaruba, a veter
an, are both hampered by
slight knee injuries but they
may be ready to go Saturday.
Two players have dropped
from the squad. Joe Reinholt,
a freshman guard candidate
from Dearborn, Michigan,
checked in hit equipment
Wednesday. Bob Savoie, an
other first-year guard candi
date from Marshall, Minneso
ta, has quit school to join
the armed services. The Hus
kers' spring drills will end
with the alumni game, May
9. i
Sprint hit arrived and
here is the ideal way ta
enjoy the new mmc&2
This dress has a flair for
taking yon right through
summer. It has the ever
popular boat neck and the
empire waist is accented
by a bow. This attractive
date dress sells (or only
See yon aoon,
Sharon Andenon
Janet Hoeppner
P.S. Congratulations Sfcar
on on being ckoten cheer
leader, Janet
It's Here!
Turntable in
Equipment Caliiact . .49.95
Speaker Eraelosture ... 4135
Separate- Tcscxuxi 27.25
Red Team
Bobtnu. IX i Hasty, LTi D. Hooaw,
-optT. v; nower, nu; alcDola,
nr; Bond, HE: Kramer, OB; Dyer.
Seeea Volt
Hut. LKi ILnaea. LTi Dobry, LG;
Tlntlfhort, Ci Pitcher, RGi Doyle, RTj
Slr. BE; Meade. QBi Smith. LHj
vniaoio, tins mm, la,
falre I ett
Mlnnick. LE; Luccke. IT; William a.
uut aaaui. v: Joraaa. net Heidt, RTj
sapp. RE; Heiminc, JB; Stocknua.
iaea, nm Bueww, la.
Jaeoba. LEi Keller. LTi rituerakt
Wi! OCaUartaa. Cj Nana. BG)
furania. Klj BattCT, HE: LVTt OB
Severe, RH; Cochoa, FB,
White Team
Pint rM
Err. LE; Eoeal. LT; Poaalafa. IOj
Moore. C; Seiner. RGi Cacatana.
T; McDaaiel. RE; CUhreata. (SB;
n, wnna, mi ; t ricita, la.
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Leaf. LSi DuuL i.Tj 1 h
LG; Kitchen. Ce Taylor, KG; DuBoial
i. niroru, nt( l.otve. WBj
LHi taruba, RHi Comer. FB.
raira law
Caea, LKi Reach. ITi lnh. in.
Walliea. C; Rood. RG: Koaraeana. RTt
Peternoa. RE; Filbert, QB; Marmaa.
ui. uicxeoa. km; Koaana. FB.
Fearth VmH
Pieoar. LJC: Snadher. I T, Ju t n .
D. Anderson. C; Renfrae, KG; Joam,
auaiuB. u; urafoa, UL
ToalaatKa. LTi Sale, C.
Phi Psi's Garner
Volleyball Crown
Phi Kappa Psi won the in
tramural volleyball champion
ship handily Wednesday nieht
by beating Smith, the Burr-
ieueck Hall Champs two
straight games, 15-6 15-8, in
a two out of three series.
The Phi Psis aarned
their final berth by tripping
Acacia in the finals of the
Fraternity "A" Championship.
&miin gained their chance by
slipping by Gus IL
Smith put tip a good battle
but they just didnt have the
team work that the Phi Psis
did. Led by Chuck Stacey the
Phi Psis set up their shots
perfectly and then drove home
beautiful spikes. Jim Good of
the Phi Psis said that he
thought the victory was a
team effort all the way.
Tom Kramer was the spark
plug of Smith and did much
to hold them together through
out the game.
Tennis Team
Defeats Omaha
Nebraska's tennists brought
their record to within one
match of the .500 mark by
handing Omaha University a
5- 2 setback Wednesday.
Nebraska won three of the
five singles matches and won
both doubles matches. Bill
North, Albert Arriguanaga
and Charles Kress won the
single matches for Nebraska.
Bruce Russell and North
teamed up to win one doubles
match and Arriguanaga and
Kress combined to sweep the
doubles for the Nebraska Bet
ters. The Huskers are now 4
and 5 on the season.
StafiM Rum Scbolotzhouer Wi tief.
Bruce Russell 2-6, -2. B-6; Bill North
(N) def. Dick Donetaon 6-1; Albert
Arriguanaga Cfit def. Frank Anderson
6-3. 6-5; Charles Kress (N) def. Lee Per
tcm (-7, 6-a. f-1; Bub Bennett iO) def.
Bill Kendell 44. S-2.
Double Ruaaell-North V def. Schol
ntAiuuer.Anderaon 4-3. 6-2: ArripuanMSe
Krew def. BennettDonelion i-7, 6-2. 7-6.
HoUie Lepley, Univers
ity of Nebraska swimming
coach, bat been named
chxirmaa of the Nebraska
committee of the National
Youth Fitness project of
the American Health,
Physical Education and
Kecreation Association.
KIT Fcrm
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FIVE of the six student managers at the
University ef Nebraska who ha,ve helped
In the battle against wasted time during
football workouts this spring are pictured
here. Left to right: Terry Bodeen, North
Platte; Bob Hall, senior manager from
Eleven Husker
To Compete In Ku Relays
An eleven-man Husker track;
squad will compete in the
Kansas Relays today and to
morrow. Ken Pollard, Don
Phillips, Don House, Dick
Jahr, Bob Knaub, Joe Ameri
can Horse, Bill Melody, Joe
Mullins, Knolly Barnes, Ken
Ash and Al Wellman were
named to the traveling squad.
Pollard will pole vault and
NU Golfers
Nebraska's golfers put
their 5-3 record on the line
Saturday when they entertain
WTashburn, University of To
peka, Kansas. The Huskers
swept matches last weekend
against Kansas and Kansas
Holy Name Ace
Picks Nebraska
Bob Eicholt, Omaha Holy
Name's all around athlete
will enroll at the University
of Nebraska in the fall, Coach
Jerry Bush announced.
Eicholt, practically a unani
mous choice on the various
all-star basketball teams,
played fullback for the Holy
Name football team.
Eicholt is 6-4 and weighs
"We are mighty happy that
Boh decided to attend the
University of N e b r a s k a,"
Coach Bush said.
The Doily Nebroskon
will team with Phillips, House
and Jahr in the 440-yd. relay.
Pollard ran his best time in
the 100 this week when he
breezed the distance in :09.7.
Last week in a meet with Ok
lahoma State Pollard vaulted
14 feet but had to settle for a
second place tie when OSU's
Jim Graham topped the bar
at 14-11.
Bob Knaub will also double,
in the broad jump and the 880
yd. relay. Knaub will run with
Phillips, House and Jahr in
the relay. Knaub won the
broad jump against Oklahoma
State with a leap of 23 feet
5 inches.
American Horse, Melody,'
Mullins and Barnes will carry
the Husker baton in the 4-mile:
relay. American Horse ran a
4:18 mile last week. Three of
the above will join Ken Ash
in the 2-mUe relay. Mullins
and Barnes ran the 80 in 1:53
and 1:54.2 respectively last
Al Wellman, a footballer!
who skipped spring practice
to throw the weights for Coach
Frank Sevigne's track squad
will throw the discus at the
relays. Wellman was second
in the discus in last weekend's
meet with a toss of 151 feet.
He won the shot put with a 49
foot toss.
Oufoiia Mat Ira Carta tot; Africa
a Sweden Vaai'aa accompanied
fiat fiorded around. CoUeaa aga
awily. Alaa ahort trip.
2SS toauoie (Boa C), Posada, CaL
Fremont; Joel Meier, Minden; Dick Mo
Bride, Minden; Louis Titus, Holdrege.
Rusty Clark, Omaha, is not shown. With a
larger squad this spring, Coach Bill Jen
nings said the increased number of man
agers had been of great help.
Entry Date
The entry date for teams
wanting to enter the Shuffle
Board Tournament has been
extended to Tuesday April 21,
according to Ed Higginboth
am. Intramural director.
Ohio Grid Star
Will Attend Nu
William (Thunder) Thorn
ton, fullback at Toledo, O.,
Libbey High School, will en
roll at the University of Ne
braska in the fall, Coach Bill
Jennings announced.
Thornton, 6-0 and 185
pounds, has been an outstand
ing athlete for three years.
He was named to the All-Citv
teams in 1957 and 1958.
He has been selected as an
alternate for the annual Ohio
North-South game to be
played in Canton in August
Clay White, halfback on the
current Cornhusker team, is
also a graduate of L i b b e v
High School.
an invitation to students to
220 No. 43th
Nebraska Hosts Iowa
State in Big Eight Debui
Nebraska will be making its
first start in Big Eight base
ball competition when it en
tertains Iowa State at 3 p.m
this afternoon. The two teams
will meet in a doubleheader
at 1 p.m. tomorrow.
The scheduled Big Eight
opener for Nebraska, at Colo
rado last weekend, was can
celled when 26 inches of snow
fell at Boulder.
Iowa State is 1-2 in confer
ence play and 1-6 overall
The Cyclones opened the con
ference season with a 13-7
victory over Oklahoma but
the Sooners came back to
take the doubleheader by 2-1
and 6-5 scores.
Dean Flock (1-1) has drawn
the starting nod from Coach
Tony Sharpe for t o d a y s
game. Flock is leading the
Husker pitchers with a 2.02
earned run average and 16
He will probably be op
posed on the mound by Grant
Halsne, owner of the Cyclones
only win. Iowa State will send
Bob Locker and either Jim
Kudlinski or Ken Green to
the hill in Saturday's twin
bilL Sharpe named Ken Ruising
er (2-0) and Harry Tolly (04)
as his probable starters for
The Huskers starting lineup
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is clear: the Camel blend of costly
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rich flavor and easygoing mildness.
Today as always, the best tobacco
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will have Dave Murakami,
ss; Gil Dunne, 2b; Doug Siel
er, cf; Ken Ruisinger, lb; Le
roy entic, If; Dick Nelson, rf;
Ely Churchich, c; Don Vogel,
3b; Dean Flock, p.
Murakami continues to lead
the Husker hitters after eight
games with a .412 batting
average. Ruisinger and Vo
gel lead the team in runs bat
ted in with eight and seven
Iowa State will lineup with
Dave Lewis, cf; Lee Aim
stead, ss; Bob Locker, If; Bob
Harden, rf; Doug Meyer, lb;
Ron Locker, 2b; Larry Van
Der Heydon, 3b; Bill Will
ard, c; Grant Halsne, p.
Other Big Eight action this
weekend finds Colorado at
Kansas State and Missouri
at Kansas. Oklahoma and
Oklahoma State are idle.
Open to th Public
Saturday Kite, April IS
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