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Mondoy, April 20, 1 959
The Daily Nebroskon
Page 3
Full IM
ll wei'.uier permits, there
will be a full intramural
schedule today. There will be
four badminton doubles
matches, one tennis doubles
match, one horse shoe doubles
match and five softball
In badminton, the following
matches will be played: Brin
lee and Johnson, Beta vs Pra-
rak and Younglahl DU; Se
berg and Bahr, SAE vs Elder
and Eversoll, DU; Johnson
and Cripe, Beta vs Stokes and
Lines Beta; Plummer and
Sloan, Ind. vs Stastnyand
Votava, lneta Xi
In the only tennis doubles
match, Anderson and Asper
gen, Phi Gam will meet
Schottler and Clocker, Delt,
Stocker and Budwalling,
Beia vs uiraroot and Soren-
son comprise the horse shoe
doubles slate
Ten softball teams see ac
tion today: ATO vs DU;
Theta Xi vs Brown Palace;
Delta Tau Delta vs SAE; Pol-
ta Sigma Pi vs Phi Gam; and
Gus II 's Manatt.
Games Chairmen
Spring Day house chair
men will meet today at 4
p.m. in Union 315.
Plans for the barbeque
and parade will be dis
cussed along with proposed
changes in game rules.
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Daytime -ftSOft Evening
Hevner, Tolly Quiet Cyclones
As NU Wins Doubleheader
By Hal Brown
Nebraska got superb pitch
ing from . Lefty Hevner and
Harry Tolly to win both ends
of Saturday's doubleheader
against Iowa State by identi
cal scores of 2-1 after drop
ping the opening game of the
senes, 8-3, Friday.
Hevner became the first
pitcher to go the distance for
the Huskers this season as
he set the Cyclones down with
only one hit in the first game
of the twinbill.
Single Hit
The only hit off Hevner
came in the first inning when
Lee Olmstead sent a bounder
past first base. Lefty walked
in Iowa State's only run in
the first inning. After the wild
first inning, Hevner was in
control all the way with only
three balls getting out of the
Hevner struck out 11 Cy
clones in posting his first win
of the campaign. He faced
only 14 batters in the last
four innings with no one get
ting past first base.
Bob Locker had the Husk
ers handcuffed until the
fifth inning when Nebraska
got to him for two unearned
After Locker retired Jerrv
McKay to start the fifth inn
ing, Hevner singled to left
field for his second hit of the
day. Dave Murakami then hit
what looked like a double
play ball to Cyclone second
baseman Ron Locker but
shortstop Olmstead left the
bag too soon and both Husk
ers were safe.
Gil Dunne followed with a
single to right advancing
Hevner and Murakami to
third and second respectively.
Winning Kun
Doug Sieler drove in Hevner
with the tying run on a single
to right and Ken Ruisinger
added the winning run with
a sacrifice fly to right field.
by Lorry Hurb
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The Cycbnes scored their
only run in the fifth when
Dave Lewis tripled footballer
Terry Ingram home.
Nebraska opened the scor
ing in the fourth inning when
Sieler led off with a perfect
bunt single down the first
base line. Ruisinger sacrificed
him to second and Ely Church
ich's long fly to rightfield
advanced him to third.
LeRoy Zentic then unloaded
a 235-fcot homerun over the
rightfield fence scoring Sieler
ahead of him to give the
Huskers a 2-0 lead.
Iowa State won the opening
game of the series with an
8-3 triumph Friday afternoon.
The Cyclones bunched seven
of their 10 hits to score two
runs each in the sixth, eighth
and ninth innings.
Nebraska also" got ten hits,
but Iowa State hurler Grant
Halsne was tough in the
clutches as the Huskers left
11 men stranded on the bases.
SIDELIGHTS: Nebraska is
now 2-1 in conference play
and 6-5 overall. Iowa State
is 2-4 in the conference and
2-8 overall.
The first' game of Satur
day's doubleheader was
played in the rain. Husker
coach Tony Sharpe wanted to
call the game at the end of
the third inning when Iowa
State led 1-0, but Iowa State
coach Cap Timm argued
against it. The temperature
was approximately 40 de
grees. Iowa State pitcher Bob
Locker thought it was good
weather considering that the
Cyclones have played two
games in the snow.
The nightcap of the double
header was played in the
fast time of 1:39.
Larry Van Der Heydon,
Cyclone third sacker was a
thorn in the side of the Husk
ers throughout the series with
five hits in ten times at bat
including a homerun in Fri
day's game.
Harry Tolly was deprived
of a shutout when Dick Nel
son slipped on the wet grass
chasing Dave Lewis's routine
fly ball. By the time Nelson
retrieved the ball, Lewis was
on third and Terry Ingram
had crossed the plate with
the Cyclones only run.
Weather Fails To
Hamper NU Scrimmage
Scarlet Places in KU
Relays; Break Record
The Nebraska 2-mile relay
team composed of Ken Ash,
Bill Melody,' Knolly Barnes
and Joe Mullins set a school
record for that event at the
Kansas Relays Saturday but
had to settle for second place
behind Kansas. Kansas had a
winning time of 7:37.6 and the
Huskers were only .8 of a sec
ond off the pace "at 7:38.4.
Trailing Nebraska were fa
vored Texas and Drake.
For the Huskers, Ken Ash
ran a 1:55.9, Billy Melody had
a 1:55.4, Knolly Barnes turned
in a 1:54.5. and Joe Mullins
ran the anchor leg in 1:52.6.
' American Horse Second
the Huskers' Joe American
Horse finished second to Hou
ston freshman Barrie Almond
in the Glenn Cunningham
Mile. American Horse ran
the distance in 4:19.6 as Al
mond turned the mile
in 4:14.1. Pat Clohessy, anoth
er Houston freshman and
Jack Nelson of Arkansas
trailed the leaders.
Almond and Clohessy have
run the mile in 4:07 and 4:04
respectively. This mile race
is named in honor of the great
Kansas runner of the early
Nebraska was fourth in the
4-mile relay finishing behind
Kansas, Colorado and Arkan
sas in that order. Kansas win
ning time was 17:06.7 andNe
braska had a 17:30.0 clocking.
The individual times for Ne
braska were: Bill Melody,
4:22; Knocly Barnes, 4:29.1;
Joe American Horse, 4:23.9
and Joe Mullins, 4:15.1.
The Huskers 440-yd. relay
team composed of Ken Pol
lard, Don Phillips, Don House
and Dick Jahr ran a credit
able 42.0, but finished out of
the money. Kansas time in
winning the event was 41.0.
Ken Pollard of Nebras
ka tied with six other vault
ers for fourth place in the
pole vault at 13 feet 6 inches.
Jim Graham and Aubrey Doo
ley of Oklahoma State took
first and second place re
spectively with vaults of 14
Wt and 14-4.
By Keith Bland
Wet weather added more
steam to Bill Jennings' foot
ball squad as they went into
a game-condition scrimmage
Saturday afternoon.
Nebraska's new quarter
backs' sparked the Red team
to a decisive 20-6 victory over
the Whites. Tom Kramer,
transfer from California, and
Ron Meade of Minnesota did
a large share of the, passing
for the Reds to help spark
the Red victory.
Clare Scores
The first quarter remained
scoreless, but soon after the
second period started Steve
Olsen, fullback, plunged
through the White defense to
set up the Red's first touch
down. On the 9-yard stripe.
Olsen went for four more
yards and a pass play from
Meade to Pat Clare made the
first TD of the scrimmage.
Hugh Smith faked a kick
play for the extra point and
went over to make the score
Meade successfully covered
75 yards by taking to the air
again with three passes to
Jim Huge of Holdrege. The
final pass play ended on the
White 12-yard line. Smith ad
vanced it to the 7 on a plunge.
Meade then carried it over
for another Red touchdown.
The third quarter also re
mained scoreless but soon
afterwards Tom Kramer kept
the ball seven times on an
option and managed to gain
yardage each time. He then
made a toss to Bill Bohanan,
senior flanker, which covered
about 15 yards.
Martin Hits
Another pass which almost
was blocked found Bohanan
again and went for 31 yards.
Noel Martin, freshman full
back, then plunged to the 4
yard line. Then Kramer got
the ball to the one foot line
in two tries and concluded the
Red scoring on the third at
tempt. The Whites scored soon aft
erwards by a pass interception
from Kramer by Don Fricke
on the 42 and Fricke managed
to run the ball back to the
Red 27. Dean Cozine, Fricke
and Pat Fisher advanced the
ball to the Red four which
set up Fisher's end sweep for
the touchdown.
Ends Miko Fuer, Albert hong. Phil
Case; Ken Pieper. Dick McDanlel,
Don Purcell, Bill Peterson, Larry
Tackles Xust Edeal. Ken D a t a L
Jim Raschke, Dave Sundberg. K e a
Tuinstra, Joe Gacusana. Duane Dubois.
Charles Koofrman. Jim Jones.
Gaardi John Ponsiego. Jim Bouser.
John Laube, Gary Jack, Dale Siemer.
Bob Taylor. Jed Rood, Jack Renfroe.
Ceaters Jim Moore, Bob Kitchen,
Roland WaiUck, Daryl Anderson, Duane
Onartereacka Ron Gilbreath. Deu Co
zine. Charles Filbert.
Halfbacks Pat Fischer, Warren Pow
ers, John Mannan. Jerold Draeoo. Clay
White. Carroll Karuba. Joe Dickson.
Fallbacks Don Fricke, Jack Conger.
Dave Roberta.
Ends Bill Bohanan, Jim Huge. John
Minnick, Tom Jacob. John Bond. Pat
Salerno, Guy Sapp, Ed Bauer.
Taeklee George Haney, Roger Hansen,
John Luecke, Jerry Kelley, Roland Mc
Dole. Don HeMt. Al Harants, Dennis
Gaardi Don Houser. Warren Dobry,
Pet Williams. Pat Fituerald. Dick Ho
sier, Al Fischer, Don Jordan, Harvey
Centers Darren Cooper, Mick Tiagel
bff. Don Skaug, Bruce O'Callachan.
ttaarlerkacks Tom Kramer, R 0 1
Meade, Fred Hennint. J. Levy.
Hatfkarka Dallas Dyer, Hugh Smith,
Dave Stockman. Denis Stuewe. Jnhi
Christensei, William Hayes, Dave Sever.
Pat Clare.
Fetbarka Noel Martin, Steve Olsen,
Le Bigeiow, Llick cochon.
Reds 14 M
Whites 0
Keds Pat Clare pitch-out from Ron
Meade (Smith run).
Reds 7 Ron Meade sneak (run failed).
Reds 1 Tom Kramer sneak (past
Whites 4 Pat Fischer sweep (pass
Softball Standings
Beta Theta Pi i-0
Kappa Siema .' .V
Siema Nu 1-1
Delta Uosilon 1-1
Alpha Tau Omega O-l
Phi Kappa Psi 04
Brown Palace t-f
Sieha Alpha Epsfloa ........44
Phi Gamma Ltelta Tl-I
Theta Xi 1-1
Delta Sigma Pt 1-1
Delia Tau Delta O-I
Farm House M
Alpha Gamma Sigma 1-4)
Beta Sigma Psi l-l
Ag Men 0-1
ZeU Beta Tau -l
Alpha Gamma Rho ... 0-0
Delta Sigma Phi l-
Theta Chi 14
Pioneer Coop 1-0
Pi Kappa Psi 0-1
Cornhusker Coop 0-1
Acacia .... A-l
Van Eg 1-0
Seaton I 14
Gus I -l
MacLeaa o-l
Smith o-l
Gooding 6-0
Manatt .- 1-0
Hitchcock j...... .1-0
Kiesselback .0-1
Benton o-l '
Burnett 0-0
Gus II o-O
Denul College 1-0
Navy ROTC 1-0
Pathogens o-l
Pharmacy o-l
Physics 0-0
Chemists ..1-0
Sophomore Dents .....,..1-0
Inter-Varsity ,..!-!
Phi Epsilon Kappa O-l
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To Compete
In Triangular
Nebraska's track team will
compete in a triangular test
here Tuesday, April 21,
against Kansas State and
Houston University, Coach
Frank Sevigne announced.
This was originally scheduled
as a dual meet.
Field events will start at
3:30 with the running at 4
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