The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 01, 1959, Page Page 3, Image 3

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    Friday, May 1 , 1 959
The Doily Nebraskon
Page 3
Husker Nine At Home Against
Frontrmming Oldahoma State
By Hal Brown
Baseball Coach Tony
Sharpe's young team will
be trying to get back on the
winning side of the ledger
wnen iney entertain league
leading Oklahoma State to
day and tomorrow. The two
teams will Dlav a sinpln
game today beginning at 3
p.m. ana a aoubieheader to
morrow at 1 p.m.
.It Is like going from," the
Arts & Science sez:
Sandie
s Johnson
Student Council
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irying pan into the fire," as
far as the Huskers are con.
cerned. Nebraska lost all
three games to undefeated
Missouri last weekend, but
not without a fight.
The Tieers had to come
from behind in the last inning
of two games to pull out vic
tories. Nebraska took a five
run lead in the first inning
of the first game but couldn't
hold it as the Tigers whit
tled away at the lead and
finally won with two runs in
the 9th inning.
OSU 9-0
Oklahoma State is leading
Missouri by 1V2 games in the
conference race. The Cow
boys are 9-0 in the confer
ence and 12-1 on the season
while Nebraska is in sixth
place with a 2-4 record. The
Huskers have won six and
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lost eight overall.
In an effort to get more
punch in his lineup, Sharpe
has made some changes in
his batting order. Doug Sieler
has been moved up to the
leadoff spot end he will be
followed by Gil Dunne, 2b;
Dave Murakami, ss; Ken
Ruisinger, lb; Dick Nelson,
rf; Ely Churchich, c; LeRoy
Zentic, If; Jerry McKay, cf;
Harry Tolly, p.
Tolly has been given the
starting mound assignment
for today's game. Harry
staarted the second game
against Missouri and suffered
an 8-2 setback. Tolly has a
1-1 record with a 5.08 earned
run average. He has been Ne
braska's busiest pitcher with
23 innings pitched.
Best Game
Tolly's best performance
came two weeks ago when
he set Iowa State down with
four hits to take a 2-1 vic
tory in the nightcap of a
doublehealer.
Nebraska Catcher Ely
Churchich is the only regular
hitting .300 and he is hitting
that exactly. Shortstop Dave
Murakami is crowding the
charmed mark with a .297
average.
Rightfielder Dick Nelson is
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the RBI leader with 12. Nel
a grand slammer, ' in last
week's opening game against
Missouri.
Mileage
Oklahoma State has used
only three pitchers in their
nine conference wins. Roy
Peterson, Joel Horlen and
Dick Soergel have each
picked up three of the wins.
Peterson is leading the Cow
boy staff with a 5-0 mark,
having non-conference wins
over Rice and Houston.
Peterson has a 0.73 earned
run average, Horlen's era is
1.49 and Soergel ' carries a
2.35 era. The three pitchers
have a combined era of 1.47.
Centerfielder Ben Bancroft
is leading the Cowboys in
four vital departments. He
has a .408 batting average,
four home runs, 23 runs bat
ted in and 38 total bases.
Lending their support to
the OSU lineup are Leftfield
er Connie Mcllvoy with a .395
average, Third Baseman Jim
Dobson with .347, Shortstop
Bob Andrew with .327 and
Rightfielder Tim Green with
.295.
Nebraska Thinclads Seek
Revenge Against Colorado
Golf and Tennis Teams
At Iowa State, Drake
Nebraska's tennis and golf
teams will go to Iowa this
week end for matches with
Drake and Iowa State. The
Huskers will meet Drake to
day and then go on to Ames
for matches with Iowa State
tomorrow.
The 'tennis team, which has
posted a 5-5 record thus this
season, will be without the
services of Bill North when
High Flying
Cagemen
Newest edition to the basket
ball players turned trackmen
is Billy Lewis of Colorado.
The 6-3 guard is following the
footsteps of Herschel Turner
and Albert Maxey of Nebras
ka and Ced Price of Kansas
State. He is high jumper and
a good one, Last week in the
Colorado Relays he tied for
fourth place with a 6-2 leap.
However, his best was indoors
when he soared 6-6 in a
invitational following the Big
Eight Indoors Meet.
Engineer
Stands for:
DON GABLE
1. Improved Parking
2. Engineered Representation
3. Better Informed Student Body
Student Council
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they take to the road today.
Coach Ed Higginbotham said
that they would miss North,
but he added that he expec
ted a fine showing by his team
in both meets.
The netters have won de
cisions from 'Kansas, Omaha,
Tulsa, Washburn, and Creigh
ton ,and lost to Oklahoma
State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma
Baptist, Kansas, and Wichita.
The golf squad which has a
season mark of 6-3 and will be
trying to stretch their streak
to seven today and tomorrow.
The next outings for these
two teams will see the netters
go against Creighton on Mav
5 and the golf team against
Kansas State on May 9.
Men's Game
Pairings "
Announced
The Spring Day committee
has announced the pairings
for the first rounds of men's
Tug-of-War and Push Ball.
Tug"-0-War
Acacia vs Cornhusker Co
op, Theta ai vs Ssigma Chi,
Bessey vs Delta Sigma Pi,
Delta Sigma Phi vs Boucher,
Delta Tau Delta vs Van Ess,
Smith vs Sigma Alpha TCp
silon. Ag Men vs Phi Pi Delta,
Alpha Gamma Sigma vs Sig
ma vs Sigma Alpha Mu, Del
ta Upsilon vs Kappa Sigma,
Alpha Gamma Rho vs Ksis
selbach, Farmhouse vs Beta
Theta Pi, Alpha Tau Omega
vs Sigma Nu. .
Push Ball
Depta Upsilon vs Theta Xi,
Sigma Chi vs Keisselbach,
Delta Tau Delta vs Beta
Theta Pi, Boucher vs Farm
house, Alpha Gamma Rho vs
Beta Sigma Psi.
Zeta Beta Tau vs Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, Delta Sigma
Pi vs Smith, Van Es vs Phi
Gamma Delta, Alpha
Gamma Sigma vs Alpha Tau
Omega.
Sima Nu will play the win
ner of the AGR-Beta Sig
match.
Delta Gamma is paired
with Gamma Phi Beta in the
Spring Day Women's Tug-O-
War.
NU Rodeo
Is Planned
For May 9
The Collegiate Champion
ship Rodeo will be held at
the State Fair Grotfnds on
May 9. '
The Block and Bridle Club
will sponsor a Quarter Horse
snow in tne morning.
The afternoon matinee
which begins at 1 p.m. and
the evening show at 8 p.m.
are sponsorea ay me univer
sity Rodeo Club.
Nebraska's thinclads will
be trying to avenge an in
door defeat when they travel
to Boulder for a dual with the
Colorado Buffs Saturday. Col
orado edged the Huskers by
one-third of a point in a fight
angular at Lincoln.
Some of the Huskers have
turned in top performances
during workouts this week.
Ken Pollard valuted 14-5 in
Monday's practice session.
Don Phillips ran the
luu-yd. dash in :09.7 and Al
Wellman threw the shot 50
feet 9 inches and the discus
165 feet. These throws are
Wellman's top marks this
year.
Pollard hadn't been ahl t.n
regain top form since he took
a Daa turn Die while the team
was in the South for spring
only one point in the 220-yd.
dash and they were shut out
in the century.
Last week the Buffs won
the Colorado Relays which
they annually host. The hosts
copped four of five relay
events and set records in
each. This was the twenty
second title the Buffs had
won in 35 previous meets,
vacation.
Don Phillips was missing
when the Huskers tangled
with Houston and Kansas
State earlier this season and
came out second best to the
Wildcats. Without Phillips,
Nebraska was able to garner
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