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    Tuesday, March 29, 1960
The Daily Nebraska
Page 3
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READY FOR ACTION . . . Husker Bowlers prepare for
Big 8 Tourney.
Nebraska Bowlers
In Big 8 Tourney
Five University of Nebras
ka students, members of Ne
braska's . bowling team, will
participate in the Big 8 Bowl
ing tournament April 9 at
Kansas State's Student Union,
Manhattan, Kans.
The University bowlers
are:, Gary Starck of Lincoln,
Ralph Holmstrom of Inde
pendence, Mo., Bell Vacek of
Omaha, Jerry Dondlinger of
Shickley, and Stuart Kutler of
They will meet teams from
Colorado, Kansas, Missouri,
Oklahoma State, and host
school Kansas State.
Each team will bowl each
other once. The tournament
will consist of five matches,
each match to consist of three
The winner will be de
termined on a point basis,
Braley Named
Freshman Coach
Coach Bill Jennings has
announced that Jack Braley
has been named as freshman
football coach for the Corn
huskers. Jack is a graduate of the
university with a degree in
general agriculture.
He played football as an
end in 1953-'54-'55. He re
turned to the University in
1957 to obtain a teacher's cer
tificate with a view to be
come a coach. His abilities
as a student assistant so im
pressed the varsity staff that
he became a full-time assist
ant in 1959.
Jack is a native of Miles
City, Mont., is married and
is the father of two sons.
Husker Rifle Team
Takes Second, Third J
Nebraska placed second
and third in the 15-team Na
tional Rifle Assn. Intercol
legiate Sectional Tournament
at Fargo, N.D. last weekend.
Richard Seam and Richard
Christensen, both of Ne
braska placed second and
third behind South Dakota
State's Dennis Pingman on
the individual scoring list.
South Dakota State's Army
ROTC team was the team
one point per game won and
one point for every fifty
pins knocked down.
The on-day tournament
will open at 7:30 a.m. and be
strictly scratch, no handicaps.
An awards banquet is
scheduled for 7 p.m. at the
conclusion of the tournament.
Iowa Falls
To Bowlers
Iowa, one of the top bowl
ing teams in the Big Ten
Conference, fell to the Ne
braska Cornhuskers 16-15 Sat
urday morning. The Huskers
bowled as a team, in doubles
and in singles. For each game
won, a point was scored for
the team.
With one victory, under their
belts the Huskers traveled
120 miles to Iowa State to
take on the Cyclones Satur
day evening. The team ar
rived late in Ames and as a
result the Huskers only got
to bowl the team and the
At the end of the team
series and singles, Iowa State
lead 10-9. They did not
bowl doubles because the Un
ion closed at 11:00 p.m..
On April 9 the team will
travel to Kansas State for
the Big Eight Bowling Tournament.
Two Register
For Tribunal
Two people have signed for
Student Tribunal position in
terviews which will be held
next Sunday.
They are Richard Stuckey,
sophomore in Business Ad
ministration and Renny Ash
leman, junior in Arts and
The sign-up sheet for those
who want to be interviewed
is located on the door of the
Student Council office, 339
Student Union. No applica
tions need to be submitted,
but a time for interviews
must be made by Saturday
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Inside Intramurals
by dave woktfarth
The Intramural Volleyball Tourney is in its final stages
with eleven teams remaining.
In Division I undefeated Sigma Phi Epsilon is in the fi
nals. Kappa Sigma must down the winner of a Monday bat
tle between Phi Delta Theta and Theta Xi to advance to the
Beta Sigma Psi is the front-runner in
Division II with challengers in the form of
Alpha Gamma Rho, Farm House and Pio
neer. Bessey, Avery and Manatt are left in
Division III along with undefeated Boucher.
Division IV has narrowed down to a two
team race, Fairfield and Canfield. Fairfield
has already defeated Canfield once, 15-11,
15-6. Since that loss Canfield has knocked
off Kisselbach and Van Es to reach the finals.
The separate division tourneys will be completed by
Thursday. The four winners will then join the Iranians, In
dependent Champs, in the chase for the All-University title
next week.
Tonight Kappa Sigma meets the Phi Delta Theta-Theta
Xi winner, Alpha Gamma Rho tackles the Farm House
Pioneer victor, Bessey plays the Avery-Manatt winner and
Fairfield may meet Canfield, depending upon Monday's out
come. The division finals will be played Wednesday plus the
Ag Championship between Ag Men and Kisselbach.
If the Sig Eps, Beta Sigs or Boucher lose Wednesday
night, replays will be slated for Thursday night.
Ten singles players have already reached the third
round in the Intramural Paddle Ball Tourney.
These players and teams are: Al Wellman, Kappa Sig
ma; Doug Youngdahl, Delta Upsllon; Dave Fenner, Theta
Xi: Paul Kotsines. Benton: Dick Chamberlain, Phi Delta
Theta; Al Arrigunaga, Avery; Jim Pickett, Alpha Tau
Omega; Ron Mertens, Alpha Tau Amega; Bob Kaff, Delta
Upsilon; and Ron Gould, Theta Xi.
The following twenty-two doubles teams have passed
their opening tests and are in the second-round: Doug Young-dahl-Myron
Papadakis, Delta Upsilon; Al Cummins-Dick
Chamberlain, Phi Delta Theta; Byron Ownes-Don Bell, Sig
ma Chi; Ken Rusisinger-Bill Lundholm, Manatt.
Ronald Mertins-Alan Lusek, Alpha Tau Omega; Al McDowell-Gib
Sprout, Kappa Sigma; Steve North-Tim Barnes,
Phi Kappa Psi; Dave Fenner-Roger Bengston, Theta Xi;
Fred Howlett-Bill Baxter, Theta Xi; Louis Burkel-Jim Pick
ett, Alpha Tau Omega; Tom Redmond-Ladd Hubka, Delta
Tau Delta.
Dean Prazak-Jack Koberg, Delta Upsilon; Bob Kovarik
Mike Howlett, Theta Xi; Wayne Hastings-Steve Cass, Delta
Upsilon; Dave Lumbard-Don McKenzie, Phi Delta Theta;
Gary D'Angelo-Denny Anstine, Sigma Chi; Bob Kaff-George
Garrett, Delta Upsilon. ' ' '?
Dave Gleason-Bill Tolly, Sigma Chi; Bill Marsh-George
Krauss, Sigma Chi; Stan Wilson-Dick Winey, Phi Delta
Theta; Bob Hall-Bill Encell, Phi Delta Theta; Jim Kowalke-
Denny Elder, Delta Upsilon.
Birdies are in high demand as the Intramural Badminton
Tourney started this week. The tourney, consisting of six
singles and doubles flights, will run for several weeks.
With a brief flurry of spring appearing last weekend
chances for the Intramural Softball, Tennis Doubles and
Horse Shoes Tourneys starting on time seem brighter.
The Softball Tourney is now posted and is scheduled to
start April 4. There will be four divisions in the double-elimination
tourney and 41 teams are entered.
Tennis Preview
Oklahoma State Favored
To Take Big 8 Net Title
Oklahoma State is again
picked to win the Big Eight
tennis championship. The
Okies lost only their No. 3
man from last years cham
pionship team.
Oklahoma with tne return
of seven lettermen is expected
to give them a tough battle
Special Rates
Set by Local
Golf Course
John Peterson, golf pro at
Pioneers Golf Course, has in
stalled a "twilight zone" for
local golfers.
Beginning in a week or two
a reduced price on greens
fees will go into effect for
two hours before sunset.
The regular $1.25 fee will
drop to 75 cents for week
days; the Sunday, Saturday
and houday price of $1.75 will
drop to $1.25 for the "twilight
The season ticket for Pio
neers will be $45 for a single
golfer. A man and wife will
be able to play for the en
tire season on a ticket costing
Peterson said snow still
covered much of the course,
but that he hoped to be able
to open in a week or two.
for first place. Joe Harris,
Oklahoma's No. 1 netman
from last season, is the only
netter lost through gradua
ation. D u n n y Vance, who
teamed with Harris to take
the Big Eight doubles cham
pionship last year, returns to
anchor the Sooner squad.
Kansas has three lettermen
from last year's fifth-place
team, but two sophomores are
fighting for the No. 1 posi
tion. Kansas lost four out of
their top five netters from
last season through gradua
tion. Iowa State will have only
two lettermen on their 1960
team although a third is in
school. Glenn Trapp, a vet
eran of two years play, did
not go out for tennis this year
to devote more time to his
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In Action
The Nebraska U n i o n's
Table Tennis Tournament
will open today, according to
Union Games Chairman Bar
ney Bauermeister. First round
play must be played on or be
fore 11 p.m. Thursday.
Matches for the second
round must be completed on
April 2. Third round and
rounds thereafter will be
played as posted on the tour
nament schedule. Games not
played before the deadline
will be forfeited. ,
Bauermeister also cautioned
tourney players that players'
names and phone numbers
are posted on the tournament
schedule on the bulletin board
in the Games area of the
Union. He continued: "We
are asking that the players
call their opponents and ar
range a time to play. When
their game is completed, win
ners must enter results on
the tournament schedule."
Pre-tourney registration in
dicated more than 100 Univer
sity students will be hitting
the little round ball in com
petition for the trophy be be
awarded at the conclusion of
the tournament.
IM Volleyball
Sigma Phi Epsilon def. Beta
Theta Pi. 15-7. 15-11
Kappa Sigma def. Sigma Chi,
15-10. 15-13
Phi Delta Theta def. Delta
Tau Delta (forfeit)
Beta Theta Pi def. Theta Xi
I forfeit.)
Kappa Sigma def. Delta Sig
ma Pi. 15-4. 15-5
Beta Sigma Psi def. Pioneer,
15-11. 15-13
Pioneer def. Ag Men, 15-6, 2-
15, 15-8
Boucher def. Selleck, 15-13,
Manatt def. Selleck (forfeit)
Fairfield def. Canfield, 15-11,
Canfield def. Kisselbach, 15
0, 7-15, 15-12
Canfield def. Van Es, 15-2, 15
Phi Delta Theta vs. Theta Xi
Farm House vs. Pioneer
Fairfield vs. Canfield
Avery vs. Manatt
Dick Cochran, Mizzou's de
fending NCAA discus cham
pion, had a best toss of 180
ft. 8 inches last year.
Return Fight Set
A contract between Floyd
Patterson and Ingemar. Jo
hannson will be signed soon
in New York, according to
Edwin Ahlquist, Johannson's
Only a few minor details,
primarily concerned with for
mal legalities and problems
regarding the first fight
stand in the way of the sign
ing for the fight, tentatively
set for June 22.
Johannson took the title
from Patterson with a third
round knockout last June and
neither has fought since.
Ahlquist met with Thomas
Bolan of the promoting Fea
tures Sports, Inc. Sunday to
discuss the final arrange
ments. Ahlquist said that Johann
soji wants everything cleared
up so that he can come to
New York, sign the contract
and return to Europe the next
John Nared
Chooses NU
John Nared, all-state high
school basketball player for
two years, will enroll next
fall at the University, Coach
Jerry Bush announced.
Nared, who is 6-2, paced
the Omaha Central quintet
this past season.
Nared also excells in track.
He has cleared 6-3 in the high
Grid Trio
Will Attend
Coach Bill Jennings has an
nuonced that three outstand
ing high school football play
ers will enroll at the Univer
sity this fall. They are John
Kirby, Duncan Drum, and
LaVane Johnson.
Kirby was all-state and all
America his senior year.
Kirby from David City St.
Mary's is 6-3 and weighs 215.
He stands in the upper half
of his class scholastically.
Drum, another all-stater
from Fremont, also has
signed a grant-in-aid, Coach
Jennings said. Drum is 6-1
and weighs 205. He is a cen
ter and linebacker. Duncan is
a brother of Mic Drum, one
of the top ends on the Husker
freshman team.
Johnson was a six man all
state selection from Eagle.
He played fullback at Eagle.
He is 5-10 and weighs 200.
Missouri's Bob Davis, sen
ior pole-vaulter, is onejhalf of
the only ali-American brother
act in Tiger history. Bob was
named to the 1958 ali-American
track squad, while Jack
Bengal outfielder made
the first A-A team in 1957.
A three-time participant in
the College World Series, the
University of Missouri's base
ball teams have the fourth
best winning percentage on
the NCAA books 14 wins
and 5 losses for a .737 mark.
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