The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 15, 1959, Page Page 3, Image 3

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    Fridoy, Moy 15, 1959
Track Vets Expected
To Dominate Sprints
By Hal Brown
The sprints and hurdles at
the Big Eight Track Cham
pionships this weekend at
Norman, Oklahoma, will be
largely dominated by veter
ans of the track wars. Win
ners of the first five places
return in the 440, the first
three finishers in the 100-yd.
dash will be back and four of
the top five 220 runners return.
Colorado's Chuck Carlson, lipps and Dick Jahr of Ne
who never ran any distance braska and Rex Stucker of
greater wan we 220 in high
h0&ihM-if 6 l6LdLng ,tim,
the 440 with a 46 6 clocking
in an AAU meet last weekend.
This is 0.5 of a second under
the Big Eight record of 47.1
held by Thane Baker of Kan
sas State and Pete On- of
Challenging Carlson will be
Deloss Dodds of Kansas Stae,
last year's winner, Oklahoma
State's Ken Covert, 3rd last
year, Hi tiernert of Oklaho-
Vader of Kansas State, 5thirhnv r,ricnB t nl
Tact voar T?nK !
Lida of Kansas and Bob Gros
zek of Kansas State will also
maketheir presence felt. Lida
won the indoor crown in 49.5.
Dee Givens of Oklahoma,
A smart bernwds out
fit should be a part of
every eollere tirf's ward
robe. The printed design
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our wide selection of col
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Till next lime,
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rendezvoujj for collegiana or generaUons.
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Charlie Tidwell of Kansas and
Orlando Hazley of Oklahoma
State who finished one-two-three
respectively last year
return in the 100-yd. dash.
Givens won the event in 09 5
last year. Tidwell has run a
09.7 and Hazley has turned in
a 09.9.
Also eivin.2 chase will ho
Henry Wiebe of Missouri who
ran a 09.6 last week against
Notre Dame, Larry Stolar
czyk of Colorado, Don Phil-
j Kansas State.
Givens Hazley. Tidwell and
! Wiebe, four of the top five in
we 220 last year return to
lead the pack in that event.
They trailed Nebraska's Keith
Gardner last year as he set a
Big Eight record with a 20.4
clocking. Wiebe has the lead
ing pre-meet time with a 21.0
run against Notre Dame last
Other leading times are by
! Haz PV with 91 a Paul Wil.
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with 22.1 and Deloss Dodds of
Kansas State with. a 22.7
Point winners from last
year who are returning in the
1 low hurdles include Ernie
; Shelby, Tidwell and Bill Till
man of Kansas and Wiebe of
'Missouri. Shelby, the defend
!ing champion, may be ham
pered by a pulled muscle
which he suffered during the
Nebraska-Kansas dual meet
last week.
j If any of the above should
! falter, Colorado's Eddie Dove,
; Kansas State's Rex Stucker,
Bob Knaub of Nebraska or
I Tidwell of Kansas could move :
j up and take all the marbles.
! Preliminaries get underway
j at 3 p.m. Friday and the fi
nals will begin at 1:30 p.m.
State Track
Meet Schedule
(All preHmiaarles except sae-yari m)
1 p.m. 120-vard hi hardies
1:4 p m )-yrd dash
3:10 p.m. 680-yard run (finals).
J SO p.m. o-ysrd dart
20 p.m iy-vard low hurdles.
4 p.m. 220-yard dash.
(Preliminaries and Finals)
Id s m.Clat B pole vault (inside)
12:30 pm.-Clase A Pole vault (iav
"tel. .
1 p.m. Class C hUh tamp: Class A
broad jump (inside); Class C snot put;
Cans D discus.
2 30 p.m.-Class D higli iump; Class
D shot put; Class D broad Jump (in
side); Class C discus.
i p.m. Class C poie vault (inside).
(All Finals)
10:30 am. Two-mils relay.
1 p m 120-yard high hurdles
1:15 p.m. 100-yard dash
1:30 p.m. HO-yard low hardies
1:50 p m. 440-yard dash
210 p.m. 220-yard dash
2 3J p.m Mile run
1 p m SSO-yard relay
3:45 p.m. Miie relay
(All Finals)
t am Class D pole vault (inside):
Class A shot put; Class C broad Jump
1 inside); Class A hio lump; Class B
discus. .
10 30 m. Class B shot pot; Class A
discus; Class B hurt jump; Class O
broad Jump (inside).
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MEMBERS of the intramural all star
hockey team which will meet the unde
feated Royal Canadians Wednesday night
are: (seated from left) Art Witte, Gus II;
Harvey Jensen, Gus I; Joe Vaccaro, Phi
Gam; Bill Jameson, AGR; and Lance
Reeder, Gus I, captain; (standing from
Harshman, Harry, Byers, and
Naviaux Named For Award
Two footballers. Georce
Harshman and Larry Navi
aux, a basketball player, Bob
Harry, and a gymnast, Karl
Byers, have been nominated
for the DaUy Nebraskan's
"Athlete of the Year" award.
George Harshman, Husker
quarterback, was instrumen
tal in Nebraska's wins over
Penn State and Iowa State.
Against the Nittany Lions
Harshman guided a fourth
quarter drive to the Penn
State 29 yard line where he
flipped a pass to Mike Eger
on the four-yard line to set up
the Husker's second touch
down as they clipped the
lions 14-7. He also lucked
both extra points.
I. St. Game
Harshman also threw a 22
yard fourth quarter scoring
pass to Roland McDole to
give the Huskers a 6-6 tie
with Iowa State. His extra
point split the uprights for
the win.
The highest distinction
Harshman received was in a
losing effort against Colo
rado. The Associated Press
Midlands Ail-American
Board for backs lauded him
for scoring one touchdown,
passing for another, kicking
an extra point and a field
goal. He also made four con-
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The Doily Nebroskon
secntive punts within the Buf
falo 12 yard line. The first
' A.l . . a ' .a w-v .
inree limes ine nnsKers were
off-side, bnt on the fourth at
tempt the ball rolled dead on
the CU 1-yard line.
Naviaux was the spark that
burned out Pittsburgh's
j chances for a bowl trip. The
Lexington senior hit on five of
six areial attempts, complet
ing two of them for touch
'downs. He also ran for the
Scarlet's two point conversion
to give them the 14-7 victory.
IHe also led Nebraska ground
j gainers with 46 yards.
I The following week-end
! Larry further demonstrated
j his ability by scoring the
j only Nebraska touchdown
I against Oklahoma. The spec
jtacular play covered 93
; yards as he intercepted a
Sooner pass and scampered
home for the score. His bit
of thievery was the longest
ever performed against the
Sooners in Oklahoma history.
Bob Harry
Bob Harry was nominated
for his steady play through
out the season. His scoring
jprowness was never over
left) Joe Hart, Phi Gam; Steve Cohen,
ZBT; Larry Hagan, Phi Delt; Bob Kretz,
Beta; Forrest Douglas, Beta; Paul Chris
tenson, Phi Psi; Harlan Haarberg, AGR.
Not pictured were William Charlton, Gus
II, and Quink Moore, Phi Phi.
whelming although he hit 11
points against both Missouri
and Iowa State and chipped
in 10 against Colorado.
His greatest value to the
Husker team was in the re
bounding department. Proof
of this was in the Big Eight
Tournament when he was
mentioned by sportswriters
and broadcasters as one of
the outstanding rebounders in
the tourney.
Karl Byers
Karl Byers, junior two
year letterman in gynmas-
: tics, was named for his work
, on the side horse. He was un
defeated this year in both
dual and triangular meets.
He also successfully defended
his side horse title in the
j Rocky Mountain All-College
;meet He picked up his first
All-College title last year
when the meet was held at
He topped off the season
when he placed fifth in the
NCAA championships in Cal
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NU Nine Trying To End
Losing Streak At Three
Nebraska will be trying to
break a three game losing
streak when they go against
fourth place Oklahoma this
weekend. Friday's single con
test will begin at 3 p.m. but
Saturday's twinbill has been
changed to 10 a.m. to avoid
conflict with the state high
school track championships.
Nebraska handed Oklahoma
State its first loss in confer
ence play two weeks ago but
then lost a double header to
the Cowboys and a single to
Kansas running their losing
streak to three.
The Huskers are currently
in sixth place with a 3-7 rec
ord but if Missouri's forfeits
become official, it would give
Nebraska a 6-4 record and put
them in third place. Missouri
has offered to forfeit all the
games they have won because
of the ineligibility of outfielder
Gene Orf.
Oklahoma has a 5-6 record
but with the forfeit wins, they
would be 6-5. Kansas State
would be 3-5, and Missouri
would be in the cellar with an
0-9 record.
Jerry Harris, a sophomore
from Kearney, has earned a
starting spot in the Nebraska
lineup with his fine stickwork.
Harris has 7 hits in 15 trips
to the plate for a .467 average.
Harris will be replacing Dick
Nelson who is hitting a meag
er .232 but is leading the team
in rbi's with 12. No other
Husker is in double figures in
the rbi department.
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Trailing Harris, among the
Husker regulars is Shortstop
Dave Murakami with a .353
mark. Murakami is also lead
ing the team in hits with 13
and is third in rbi's with 8. He
is second in runs scored with
13. There are no other Ne
braska regulars over the .300
Ken Ruisinger has the top
pitching record for the young
Huskers with a 2-0 record and
a 3.27 era. The only other
Nebraska pitcher with two
wins is Harry Tolly with a
2-2 mark and an era of 3.86.
Pitching one of the games
for the Sooners will probably
be lefthander Tom Jones. The
portsider threw a no-hitter
at Missouri two weeks ago,
the only no-hitter in the con
ference this spring.
According to the latest sta
tistics released by the Big
Eight, Oklahoma has three of
the leading hitters in the con
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