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    Friday, April 29 1960
The Daily Nebraskan
Page 3
Baseballers To Meet
Buffs in Twinbill Today
By Hal Brown
Nebraska's baseballers will
face Colorado in a three
game series today and tomor
row on the tjniversity dia
mond with hopes of breaking
an eight game losing streak
and moving up a notch in
the Big Eight standings.
The Huskers are now in sixth
place with a 3-6 conference
mark while Colorado is in
fifth with a 5-4 record. A
sweep of the three-game ser
ies by Nebraska would move
them into fifth place ahead
of the Buffs.
Wall Named
Husker coach Tony Sharpe
will send sophomore Jan
Wall to the hill in today's
opening game with Harry
Tolly on the mound for the
nightcap. Today's twinibill be
gins at 1:30 with a single
game tomorrow at the same
time.
Wall is the Huskers' win
ningest pitcher with three
wins against three losses. He
also leads the Nebraska hurl
ers in strikeouts with 34.
The Nebraska batting
order will have Dong Sieler
(.231) at second base; Jerry
Harris, cf (.231); Ken Ruis
inger, lb (.414); Ely Chureh
kh, c (.385); Don Pnrcell,
rf (.314); Dick Becher, 3b
f.357); LeRey Zentic, If
(.297); Phil Barth, si (.227);
and Jan Wall, p.
Tolly, the mound choice for
Netters Trim Omaha
For 3rd Straight Win
The Nebraska netters de
feated Omaha 5-2 Thursday,
winning four singles and a
doubles match. The win was
the third straight for the Hus
kers and evened their season
record at 7-7.
Jack Craft turned in "the
clincher for NU after three
earlier single victories. Craft
blasted OU's Dwight Mason to
give Nebraska a 4-1 lead in
the meet
Al Arrigunaga, Bill Kendall
and Stan Kruschwitz provided
the other Husker singles vic
tories and Arrigunaga and
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the second game of the dou
bleheader, has two wins
against two losses.
While the Huskers will be
trying to move up a notch
on the Big Eight ladder, the
Buffs will be attempting to
move into the first division.
Buff Southpaw
Colorado mentor Frank
Prentup will probably send
southpaw Jim Westervelt and
righthander Phil Word
against Nebraska today. ,
Westervelt won his third
consecutive Big Eight game
last weekend with an 11-7
win over Kansas State.
The Buffs have Ave regu
lars hitting over -300 while
Huskers To Run
In Drake Relays
By Chip Wood
Ten members of the Nebras
ka track squad will journey
to Des Moines, this weekend
to participate in the Drake
Relays. ,
Coach Frank Sevigne left
Thursday afternoon with
Jerry Marples, Richard Kier,
Joe American Horse, and Joe
Muffins, all members of the
four mile relay team which
Kruschwitz teamed to take a
tough 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 doubles win
over Russ Schlotzhauer and
Denny Anderson.
The win was the second of
the year for the Huskers over
Omaha. Earlier, NU took a
close 4-3 verdict and Omaha.
Next outing for the netters
is an All-Sports Day meet
against Kansas, May 7. The
Jayhawks are considered
greatly improved over last
year when they trailed 5th)
Nebraska the Big Eight
Conference Meet
After the Kansas meet, the
Huskers will meet Kansas
State May 12 at Manhatan
and host Iowa State May 14.
The Big Eight Conference
Meet is slated for May 20-21
at Ames, la.
OMAHa KESCT.H
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t-6. 6-1. 7-6.
Craft CM def. Mason (0). S-3. -3.
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(Ol. -. -4, -4.
lionFlaun-Perkim tO) Aef. Kendall -Calhoun
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State Gymnastics
Champ McCoy
Chooses Huskers
Richard McCoy of Hastings,
runnerup in the all around
state high school gymnastics
championships, will attend the
University of Nebraska next
fall, Coach Jv G. Geier an
nounced. Other top gymnasts who
have recently indicated they
will enroll at Nebraska in
clude: Larry McCoy, Jerry
Harvey, Bob Oaks and Bob
Pardee, Lincoln Southeast;
Terry Chandler, Dennis
Facht Thomas Sitzman and
Larry TeSelle, Lincoln High;
and Steve Swihart, Grand Is
land. COLLEGE
NITE
Saturday, April 30
featuring
Jim Herbert's
Dixie Land Band
7:30 8:3ft
2nd Stacy Garnsr
Orch. till 1:00 a.m.
Doors open at 7:09
TURNPIKE
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Nebraska has four. Catcher
Gordon Wiss is leading the
Colorado bitten with a .372
average. He has reached base
40 times in 67 appearances
at the plate.
Gene Lenderman is the
Buffalo fence-buster with
seven home runs and three
doubles. He is bitting .321.
The probably Colorado bat
ting order will be: Jim
Brunkhardt, ss (.245); Nick
Counter, If (.283); Gordon
Wiss, c (.372); Gene Lender
man, cf (.321); Ben Brauch,
3b (.348); Don Gunsaules, lb
(.308); Gale Weidner, rf
(.311); Ray Corbetta, 2b
(.214) and Westervelt
competes today. The rest of
the squad will leave today.
The Huskers wil participate
in two other relays, the 480
yard shuttle hurdles, and the
distance medley. Leroy Keane
Steve Smith, Milton Haedt,
and Bill Fasano will be on the
hurdles team and Keane, Ken
Ash, Muliins, and American
Horse will comprise the dis
tance medley.
The only Husker thinclad
to enter in an individual event
is Jim Kraft Kraft has gone
14-4 in the pole vault this year
and acording to Ike Hanscom,
assistant coach, he could
"...be in the money."
Nebraska is one of five
schools to be given an award
for having won the largest
number of relays and individ
ual events since the inagur
ation of the Drake Relays.
The other four schools are
Iowa, Texas, Kansas, and
Illinois.
Iowa State
And O -Stale
Tied for 1st
BIG EIGHT
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Nebraskan
Sports
Student's Night
Tonight will be student's
night at Sherman Field as the
Lincoln Chiefs finish their
three-game home stand a
gainst the Sioux City Soos.
Game time is 8 p.ml
Students will be admitted
to the grandstand for 50c up
on presentation of their Uni
versity identification card.
Gridders Schedule
Scrimmage Saturday
The Nebraska football
team will hold its second full
game scrimmage .of the
spring Saturday at 3 p.m.
The Huskers will be in full
uniform for the intrasquad
battle.
Coach Bill Jennings sent
his squad through a 45-minute
scrimmage session Wednes
day, giving special praise to
the linemen.
Jennings singled out center
Mick Tin glen off, Lexington
junior, for his defensive per
formance. Tinglehoff alter
nated at center with Don
Fricke and Darren Cooper.
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braska gridders give assistant coach Don
Scarborough a ride on the blocking
dummy during a Husker workout. The
Tackles Al Fischer and
Dick Krause also looked
good in the Wednesday prac
tice. Top back of the day was
halfback Gene Ward.
The Husker line corps suf
fered a serious blow this
week when Don Olson, All
Big Eight selection as a guard
last year, announced he will
not return to school next
year.
Read the Daily Kebr&sk&n
Classified Ads. Better still
USE THEM!
It's back again!
PHI DELT TURTLE RACE
May 6th
CAMPUS CHESS CAME
Phones in the girls' dorm on the Berkely campus
go
off at 11 p-HL, but
Morse's system, coffee
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BIC BOUNCE
Speaking of sports, the May 2 issue produced an
idea for an addition to Spring Day festivities in
future years. Along with pig chases and tug-a-wars,
all we need is a descent sided pit (like the one
that keeps promising to turn into an art gallery)
and a bit of trampoline equipment
Seems like the newest craze is flipping around
at 40 cents for a half hour in "jump centers". Los
Angeles, which last fall had three jump centers, now
has 175.
Youngest bouncer pictured is a 17 month-old
athlete who has been jumping three months. Chery
lee now get up to a foot high. Apparently anyone
can jump including cowboys, overweight matrons
and 78 year-old movie extras.
H1CHSCHOOL DROPOUTS
In the first of a two-part series, LITE looks at
the ignored problem of our high schools the one
third of our school population who will not finish
high school. This week the story is of the personal .
tragedy of the non-grad. Next week attention is
turned to Detroit, where a major program is under
way to save the drop
outs from unsuccessful,
frustrated lives.
Many of these "stu
dents" have "dropped
out in spirit" Ion? be
fore they quit school
physically. Individually
the problem kids range
from "fatherless and
floundering," through
"Lost in Large family,"
to the "bright but
bored."
GENERAL'S
GRANDEUR
As Gen. Charles De
Gaulle visits this coun
try in a pre-summit conference, LIFE takes time
out to try to explain in part what France means to
this strong Frenchman. A short, but immensely
moving picture story of the grandeur that is France.
In De Gaulle's own words:
"Old France, weighed down with history, pros
trated by wars and revolutions, but revived, century
after century, by the genius of renewal Man
feeling the approach of eternal cold, but always
watching the shadows for the fleam of hope."
Huskers are in their second week of drills
and will meet the Alumni on an All-Sports
Day game May 7.
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for the coed who knows
dates can still be arranged
after the incommunica
do hour. It's all because
of the nice planners who
placed the eight-story
men's dorm directly
across from the eight
story girl's dorm.
Communication got
underway formally
when both sides discov
ered that the 64 win
dows of the buildings
made perfect chess
boards. LIFE followed
the game, which con
sisted of one move a
day. (The men won in
the 37th play.)
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