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    Monday, April 25, 1960
The Daily Nebraskan
Page 3
Some Lightning And Lots
Of Thunder Hit Stadium
By Dave Calhoun
With only five spring prac
tice sessions under their
belts, Nebraska's football
team went through its first
scrimmage session Saturday.
Standout of the afternoon
was William (Thunder)
Thornton, a tough 188 pound
sophomore fullback from To
ledo, 0. Thornton, who car
ried the ball IS times for 100
yards and caught two passes
for 34 yards, scored twice for
the Reds on carries of 33 and
one yards.
The Reds dropped the
Whites in a 24-12 game played
without punts or kickoffs.
After the game Coach Jen
nings said, "We did much
better on defense, but that's
to be expected this early.
Over-all, they hit about as
well as any time since I've
been here. The first two units
of each team really tore into
each other."
Jennings continued by not
ing that the passing seemed
to be better than the receiv
ing, but, he said, "This was
just our fifth practice and
we are only one-fourth done
with spring drills."
Fricke Gets First
The first score of the day
was made by Don Fricke,
who has been shifted back to
center, after a year at the
fullback slot.
Fricke gobbled up the loose
ball in the White endzone for
the six-pointer after Red
quarterback Pat Fischer fum
bled the ball on the 13.
The No. 2 Red backfield,
consisting of Thornton, Gary
Warden, Pat Clare and Ron
Meade, accounted for the sec
ond Red tally.
Behind the powerful drives
of Thornton, the Red squad
marched 80 yards. Thornton,
who personally accounted for
51 yards, crossed the goal
line from one yard out.
The Whites, keyed by a
pass interception by Fred
Fisher which placed the ball
on the Red 39, racked up its
first score when Warren Pow
ers r a c. e d over from the
three. Moments earlier Pow
ers had snagged a 13-yard
pass from Fisher t os etup
the score.
Using the third unit, the
Reds marched down the field
for a 65 yard touchdown
drive. Ernie Bonistall set up
the tally when he hit end Lar
ry Donovan with a 24-yard
pass. Steve Olsen bolted over
from the three to bring the
score to a 18-6 halftime read
ing. Thornton Goes For TD
Thornton stole the show aft
er the Reds had moved to
White 33. Thunder shot
IV17 Squads
REDS
Left ends McDantel, Huge, Donovan.
Left tarklea Haney. Janovy, Raschke.
Left guards Ponsetfo, Djer, Otto
hian. Centers Fricke. Cooper. Eiealer.
Rleht amarda Hosier. McBride. Burd.
Rilht taekles McDole, Al Fischer.
Ahaon.
Rlrht endt Salerno, Comtock. Caae.
Quarterbacks Pat Fiarher, Meade, Boni
aiall. Left hairbarka Ward, Clare. Larsen.
Kir hi halfliarka White, Warden, Myera.
Fiillbacka Martin. Thornton, Olsen.
WHITES
Left enda Bond. MoDonald. Klacoan.
Tomllnsoa. '
Left tackle Richard Krauae, Dave
Myera, Schachel, Stapleton.
Left tuarda Gaousana. Fuehrer. Jor
dan. Dobry.
Center Tinglehoff. Larry , Krauae,
Lambert, Hamaa.
Richt evarda H outer, RoberUon,
Heidi. Rood, WUIiama.
Right tackles Cobb. Jone. DuBoia,
Miaohkn, Boerer, Edeal.
Right end Tooiood, Kitchen, Carroll,
McMahon. Pearaon. ,
quarterbacks Claridge. Faiman. Little.
Left halfbacks Clay, Powers. Cutrirtt.
Right halfbacks Dillard. Fred Fiaher,
Jacob. .
Fallbacks Roberta, Kodowskl, Newton,
Young, Richard.
d. 1 -M
Whli. t -M
through the middle, shook
free and outdistanced the
White defense to hit pay dirt.
The final tally of the after
noon was made by Bernie
Clay, a transfer from Illi
nois. After Tecovering a fum
ble on the Red 25, Clay ac
counted for all but two of the
yards as he cracked over
from the two.
With the tackling and black
ing coming fast and hard, two
injuries were 1 i s t e d by the
end of the contest. Guard Don
Houser of Lincoln received a
broken nose and Gary Too
good, an end from Reno,
Nev., was shaken up by a
head injury.
Five players who didn't see
action in Saturday's scrim
mage were ends Mic Drum
and Roger Cole and guards
Doug Kluck, Larry Wiedman
and Edgar Tolsma.
Jennings said he plans
some rough work Wednesday
and another game scrimmage
Saturday.
'A imirig For A Record
U fQum . , . Hi- rrV
I n v ' . j
Howard Nellor (left) and Al Roots are
Nebraska's top javelin throwers this
spring. They have been flirting with a 20
year old varsity record. Herb Grote of
Omaha cast the spear '216 feet 4 inches
in 1940. Roots, a graduate of Wyandotte
High School in Kansas City, Kan., has had
211 feet plus and Nellor, a native of Beem
er, has hit 208 feet plus.
Both Husker Tracksters will be in action
here tomorrow when the University of
Houston comes here for a dual meet. The
field events will start at 3 p.m. with the
running events beginning at 3:30 p.m.
Huskers Drop 3 to Cyclones
Brings Losing String to Eight
Bowling
Tourney
Planned
The Nebraska Union Tour
n a m e n t s Committee is
planning a Campus Bowling
Tournament on May 6", 7, 8.
This tourney will have Team,
Doubles, and Singles compe
tition and is open to any one
who has at least a nine game
average in either a first or
second semester Union Bowl
ing League.
Any league members may
form a team, or enter the
doubles or singles competi
tion. Entry forms have been
mailed to all organized
houses, and independents may
pick up entry blanks in the
Games Office of the Union.
Competition will be based
on a handicap figured from
the entrants league average.
Entrance fees are listed on
the entry forms. All entry
forms to be turned in not la
ter than April 30 to the games
office.
Committee chairman, Ron
Gould, stressed that the en
trants must meet this dead
line so that the Tournament
Committee will have adequate
time to determine time of
play and to be able to notify
the entered teams.
Busy Week
For Netters
Coach Ed Higgenbotham's
Husker netters will be seek
ing to improve their 4-8 rec
ord with three -home meets
scheduled for this week.
Nebraska faces Drake to
day at 1 p.m. at the NU
Courts. The netters meet
Wahburn tomorrow and Oma
ha Thursday. In their first
meeting the Huskers downed
Omaha 2-3 last Wednesday.
In Big Eight competition
Nebraska . stands 0-2 with
losses to Oklahoma and Okla
homa State. Future confer
ence foes included Kansas,
Kansas State and Iowa State
before the Conference Meet
at Ames, Iowa, May 20-21.,
Sieck NU Bound
Keith Sieck, all-state basket
ball player from Lincoln
Southeast, will enroll at Ne
braska according to , Husker
basketball coach Jerry Bush.
Sieck, a 6-2V2, 185-pounder,
is also considered an out
standing pitcher on the base
ball diamond.
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By Hal Brown
A slump-ridden Husker
baseball team dropped a
three-game series to Iowa
State Friday and Saturday
extending their losing string
to eight games.
The Cyclones won Friday's
single game 12-8 and then
came back to take both ends
of Saturday's doubleheader
4-3 and 7-6.
Nebraska opened the sea
son with seven straight wins
but after sweeping the first
conference series of the sea
son against Kansas State, and
w lining two from Tulsa, the
Huskers have been unable to
regain the winning formula.
They are now 3-6 in the con
ference and Iowa State has
a 7-2 mark.
Big Fourth Inning
The Cyclones scored eight
runs in the fourth inning off
Husker starter Harry Tolly
to overcome a six-run deficit
in Friday's contest. Two Ne
braska errors aided the Iowa
State cause in the big fourth
inning.
Catcher Ely Churchich led
the Nebraska attack with
three hits in five trips to the
plate raising his average to
.383.
Iowa State scored twice in
the bottom of the seventh to
win the opener of Saturday'?
twinbill after the Huskers
had taken a 3-2 lead in the
top half of that inning.
Doug Sieler drove in the
lead run in the seventh after
singles by LeRoy Zentic and
Churchich.
Wall Charged
Jan Wall was on the mound
all the way for Nebraska and
was charged with the loss,
his third against three wms
Wall gave up six hits while
striking out nine. Only twq
of the four Cyclone runs were
earned.
Churchich again led the
Husker stickers with two for
four.
Iowa State led all the way
in the nightcap as a two-run
Husker rally in the seventh
inning fell short.
Friday's Game
NEBRASKA IOWA STATE
ah r h hi ab r b bi
Sieler cf 4 111 Lewis cf 4 110
Harris rf 4 111 R. L'cker 2b 2 1 0 0
Nelson rf 1 0 0 0 Batemnn 2b 0 10 0
R'singer lb 5 110 Warfield rf 2 2 14
Churchich e 5 1 3 1 B. Locker c 3 2 1 2
Zentic If 2 10 0 VanDerH 3b 5 110
Berher 2b 5 113 Everist If 5 2 2 1
Barth 3b 3 110 Meyer lb 4 0 10
Swett ss 2 110 Ellis as 2 10 0
Couxill 0 0 0 0 Ellis ss 2 10 0
Tolly p 3 0 12 Green p 3 110
Webster p 0 0 0 0
Takonlshi s 2 0 0 0
Totals 36 8 10 1 Totals 30 12 8 7
Nebraska 20S flM 0008
Iowa Stale MM Mx IS
E Sieler 2, Takonishi 2, Barth, R.
Locker, Warfield. Everist. PO-A Nebras
ka 24-14, Iowa State 27-13. LOB Ne
braska 7, Iowa State 7. DP Green. El
lis and Meyer.
2b Becher, Tolly. 3b Harris. Everist,
Warfield. SB Green. SF Sieler.
IP H R ER BR SO
Green (W) ...9 10 8 7 3 3
Tolly (L. 2-2) ..... 7 8 12 8 7 5
Webster 1 0 0 0 0 1
PB Churchich. WP Tolly 4. U Free
man and Chambers. T 2:25. A 330.
Saturday's Games
NEBRASKA
VoKel cf
aHarris
Semin cf
Zentic If
Purcell lb
Ch'chich
Becher 2b
Sieler 2b
Nelson rf
Barth 3
T'k'ski ss
Wall p
Totals
IOWA STATE
ah r h bl ah r h bl
2 0 10 Lewis cf 2 110
1 0 0 0 R. L' k'r Jb 1 0 0 1
0 0 0 0 Warfield rf 4 0 1 1
2 0 10 D. Locker o 3 0 0 0
4 110 VanDH 3b 3 0 0 0
4 0 2 0 Everist If 3 0 10
2 0 0 0 Meyer lb 3 0 10
2 0 11 Ellis ss 3 12 0
10 10 bBateman 0 10 0
2 111 bA. L'ckr p 2 0 1 0
0 10 0
3 110 cStaudte
2 0 0 0
25 3 9 2 Totals 24 4 i
Nebraska 000 OJfl 13 9 3
Iowa State 101 000 24 1
a flied out for Vogel in 5th.
b ran for Ellis in 7th. c Walked to
R. D. Locker in 7th.
E Churchich 2, Nelson, Meyer. PO-A
Nebraska 19-5, Iowas State 21-10. LOB
Nebraska 8, Iowa State 7, DP Ron
Locker to Meyer.
2b Ellis 2. HR Barth. SB-Lewis. El
lis, Bateman, R. A. Locker. SF Ron
Locker. S Wall. HBP Zentic (Locker).
WP Locker. Time 2:25. A 300
IP H R F.R BB 80
Wall (L, 3-3) . 6 1-3X 6 4 2 5 9
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NEBRASKA IOWA STATE
ab r b bl ab r b bl
Sieler cf 3 0 0 0 Lewis cf 4 0 2 0
JCh'lch 1 0 0 0 R. LTt'r 2b 2 114
T'k'ski ss 1 3 0 0 Warfield rf 3 1 0 0
y-ntic it 2 3 10 D. L'ck'r
RVnger 1 10 11 VanDH 3b
Purc'l rr-p 4 0 3 4 Ev'at If
Meyer lb
Ellis ss
Bruno p
Green P
2 110
3 12 1
Sill
3 13 1
110 0
3 0 0 0
oot
B'cher 2 2 0 1 1
Barth 3 4 0 0 0
Oltman a 10 0 0
bNelson 10 0 0
Semin rf 0 0 0 0
Webster p 0 0 0 0
aTolly 10 0 0
Harris rf 10 0 0
cVogel 1 0 0 0 ...
Totals 25 S Totals M 7 4
a grounded out for Webster In th
3rd: b flied out for Oltman in 6th; e
atruck out for Harris in 6th; d struck
out for Sieler In 6th.
Nebraska 002 020 1
Iowa State 313 000 x 7 9 3
E Bruno, VanDerHeyden, Warfield.
Takenishi. PO-A Nebraska 18-, low
State 21-7. LOB Nebraska 7, Iowa Stataa
5. DP Takenishi, Beecber, and Ruislng
er; Ron Locker and Meyer.
Home Runs Ron Locker, Iowa State.
SF Ron Locker, Becher.
IP H B ER NN SO
Webster (L) ...2 4 4 2 2 0
Purcell 4 3 3 4 -4- 3
Bruno (W, 2-1) 6 6 4 4 8 9
Green 1 0 0 2 0
PB-Oltman 2. HBP Takenishi (Bru
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