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    Monday, April 24, 1961
The Nebraskan
Page 3
Collapses and
By Hal Brown
Tight pitching and defense
gave the Huskers a double
header victory over Iowa
State Friday, but lack of de
fense cost Nebraska a sweep
of the series as the Cyclones
salvaged the final game Sat
urday. The Huskers played error
less ball in both games Fri
day as Nebraska won by 3-0
and 4-2 scores. Six Nebraska
errors aided Iowa State's 7-4
win in the final game of the
The two wins were the first
in the Big Eight race for the
Huskers and Iowa State's win
was also its first in the con
ference. Nebraska Is now 14
in the league and 4-9 overall
while the Cylcones are 1-4 In
the Big Eight and 3-5 for the
Nebraska outhit Iowa State
in the three games, 22-18, to
raise the team batting aver-
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Harris collected six hits in 10
at bats to boost his average
from .242 to .326.
Sophomore Righthander Er
nie Bonistall set the Cyclones
down on four hits in winning
the first game of the double
header, 3 0. He was never in
serious trouble as he faced
only 23 batters two over the
Double Plays Help
Two double plays helped
Bonistall in the fifth and sixth
Nebraska scored once in the
second when Dick Becher led
off with a single, moved to
third on Bill Redmond's sin
gle and scored on a fielder's
the Huskers added two
more in the third when Dave
McClatchy doubled with one
out and scored on a single by
Harris. Harris went to second
I on a passed ball and Becher's
triple drove him home.
A potential Iowa State run
was erased by some heads-np
play on the part of Husker
shortstop Rex SwetL Bob
Bateman hit what looked like
a triple in the third inning,
but failed to touch second.
Swett called for the ball,
stepped on second and ap
pealed to Umpire Leo Yrko
ski. Bateman was called out
and received credit only for
a single.
Nebraska wasted little time
in giving starting hurler Ron
Havekost a 2-0 lead in the
nightcap as McClatchy led off
the first Inning with a walk,
went to second when a pick-
off try got by first baseman
Ralph Staudte and scored on
a single by Harris.
Becher's single moved Har-
ris to second and the Husker
senior scored on a double by
Redmond. j
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The Huskers added another;
run in the fifth on a single by
Dave Myers, a sacrifice by'
Havekost, a ground out and a
wild pitch by Cyclone hurler
Dennis Hagen.
One more run crossed the
plate when Harris led off the
sixth with a double, moved to
third on a wild pitch and
scored on a grounder By Red
mond. Havekost was moving along
with little difficulty throng
the first six innings, facing
only 19 batters. Bat the Husk
er sophomore ran Into trouble
in the seventh and was re
lieved by Jan WalL
Gary Ellis doubled off
Havekost to start the seventh
After Gary Everist was re
tired on a grounder, Larry
Van Der Heyden doubled,
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sending Ellis home and Have
kost to the showers.
Wall was greeted with a
run-scoring single by pinch
hitter Nick Bruno, but the tall
righthander got pinch-hitter
Thad Bechtelheiner to hit into
a double play ending the
Havekost didn't allow a
walk and struck out five in
his 6 1-3 innings of work. He
received credit for the win,
giving him a 1-1 record.
Defense Collapses
Nebraska's defense, superb
in the first two games, came
apart at the seams in Satur
day's contest as only two
the seven Iowa State runs
were earned
Three unearned runs
crossed the plate in the eighth
inning as Nebraska commit
ted four errors in that frame.
The three runs proved to be
the difference in the game as
the Huskers rallied for three
in the bottom of the ninth.
EUis led off the disastrous
eighth when he was safe on
an error by Swett. He moved
to third on an error by Becher
as Everist was safe at first.
Van Der Heyden then doubled
Ellis home with Everist stop
ping at third.
An error by Jan Wall the
third of four Husker pitchers
gave Bruno a life at first
and loaded the bases. Mike
Marienau followed with a sin
gle, scoring Everist and leav
ing the bases loaded.
After Staudte flied out,
Clair Rierson singled to cen
ter, scoring Van Der Heyden
with the seventh Cyclone run
of the game. When Bruno
tried to score on the same hit.
McClatchy rifled the ball to
Myers, who blocked the plate
perfectly to retire the hard
charging Bruno.
Late Rally
Nebraska last-inning rally
started with a single by Dale
Anderson. Anderson went to
second on a single by Don
Schindel and scored when
McClatchy was safe on a two
base error by Cyclone second
baseman Bateman.
Swett's double drove Schin
del and McClatchy home and
Wes Weber relieved starter
Ron Walters. Weber hit Har
ris on the helmet and walked
Havekost to load the bases.
Redmond drove right fielder
Nick Bruno nearly to the wall
with a long fly to end the
Iowa State took its early
lead with four in the first on
an error by starter Ed John
son, two stolen bases, a wild
pitcn, a passed call, anotceri
error and three singles. John-
pitch, a passed ball, another
son faced only four men and
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failed to get a hitter out be
fore Tom Ernst took over.
Ernst pitched five innings,
allowed no runs add only
three scattered hits.
Lone Run Scores
Nebraska scored a lone run
in its half of the first on a
double by McClatchy and a
single by Swett.
The Huskers will be on the
road for the next two week
ends, traveling to Colorado
Friday and Saturday and to
Kansas the next week end.
The next home series will be
May 12-13 against Oklahoma.
Ag' Execs
To Judge
The Ag Exec Board is
again sponsoring a display
contest for Ag College clubs
and organizations In conjunc
tion with Nebraska Intercol
legiate Championship Rodeo
May 13.
The three top displays will
receive rewards, according to
Ag Exec Representative Bob
Mason. The displays' will be
judged on a point system as
follows: spectator appeal, 23
points; promotion of Ag cam
pus, 30 points; originality, 30
points; and neatness, 15
The purpose of the display
contest is to promote Ag Col
lege, departments and clubs,
Mason said.
The Exec Board represent
ative, who is in charge of
publicity for the contest, said
that the display contest was
continued again this year be
cause the Board felt that last
year's contest was "very
beneficial and certainly ful
filled its purpose."
Judges for the contest will
be John Ohr, Ag College ex
tensionist; Mrs. Barbara Log-
ling, professor of home eco
nomics; and bhirley Marsn ot
the department of informa
tion. Judging will be May 9
and awards will be presented
at the rodeo performance
May 13.
11 Husker Swimmers
Get Varsity Awards
Eleven varsity swimmers
earned letters for the past
season, according to c o a c b
Dick Klaas.
Letter awards went to Joe
Stacker, Larry McClean,
Roger Bosveld, Branch Wal
ton, Joe Gacusana, Larry
rerreu, Kuni Minara, Jay
G roth, Phil Swaim, La Vera
1 Bauers and Bob Mitcheu.
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a I. SenaMi Tabs Cambanj.
Passers Sparkle
In Husker Drill
The passing of Nebraska quarterbacks and the powerful
running of Thunder Thornton highlighted the Nebraska Corn
huskers' second full-scrimmage of the spring football ses
sions Saturday.
The passers had some special tutoring prior to the scrim
mage by Johnny Unitas, quarterback of the Baltimore Colts.
Mr. Quarterback of p r
football spent an hour working
with Husker passers Dennis
Claridee. John Falman, Ron
1 Meade and Jim Little.
Claridge and Meade later di
rected the Reds to a 24-14 win
over the Whites In the 90
minute scrimmage. Faiman
and Little directed the White
The top thrills of the day
for the 300 spectators were
provided by Thunder Thorn
ton, the Husker's hard-hitting
Thunder Scores
The Toledo bulldozer, who
weighs 202 pounds (17 pounds
heavier than last year), com
bined his power and speed
for touchdown runs of 10 and
63 yards.
Thorton's final sprint of the
day, his 65-yard TD jaunt,
was the final score for the
Reds. This run was also the
longest run by a Husker
back in the two-week spring
The Husker passers threw
2S times and connected oa 14
of them. Claridge hit 4 for 10,
Meade and Faiman each com
pleted 5 of S and Little was
unsuccessful on 4 attempts.
Claridge, sophomore signal
caller from Robbinsdale,
Minn., combined with soph
back Willie Ross on the long
est scoring pass play of the
day, 49 yards, for the Reds
first score. Claridge added
the other Red score on a
The Whites had scored first
when Faiman hit Jim Huge,
(veteran Holdrege flander, for
a 15-yard TD.
Faiman Tallies
Faiman added the second
White score on a wedge after
Larry Tomlinson had taken a
pass for 35 and halfback Pat
Clare had sprinted 14 to the
The White defensive line
was agressive early. They
forced Claridge to fumble a
pass play and caught Ron
Wtnttaa-Maaa. L e
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Meade in the end zone for
a safety.
Leading the attack were
Mick Tlnglehoff, Lexington
center; Bob Jones, West Point
letterman; Clarence Ostentow-
skl, 234-pound guard from
Ord; Tyrone Robertson, Tol
edo stalwart; Bill Comstock,
Scottsbluff back and Tomlin
son. Red front-liners who looked
good were Bob Brown and Ed
Mitchell, two sophomore 245
pound tackles.
Ross and - Rudy Johnson,
speedy prospect from Aransas
Pass, Tex., shared backfield
honors with Thorton.
There were no serious in
juries in Saturday's workout,
which followed a 40-minute
scrimmage Friday and a full
scale slam-bang session last
Jennings Pleased
Jennings was pleased with
the workout. "I thought it was
a good morning's work" said
the Husker mentor.
The Huskers will practice
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday again this week.
Saturday's lineups:
ln eaaH Parrel, Callahaa. Dooflran.
left tackles Mitchell. Kiffia. 1- f itter
- smaraa .arisen, Kirov. Eissier.
aucftfea. Knolla.
Brawm- Vikc fvu.
Biaw twti MfOaBieL P. Pisrber.
4arterbacka CUndee. Meade.
Lett babbaes Tborelna. SnakeL
BirM baMbatts Ptnen, Row.
FaiaVarsa Wan). F. Fober.
Lett eaas flaar. Hesse. Otataa.
Lest tavklee Jases. Kramer. R. Jaba-
LeB nail Bute. T7. Brora,
Oatera Tanaetoofi, Dram. Garaer
Blebs rr H a b e r 1 1 a a. Filler.
Fsebrer. Bmwr.
Lea ballbarlra CI i re. J. Fncrr.
Faflbanks Cemstot. Teaac OSsta.
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X-2rMS WatiortiHJ Pri tootrrtiA of fabiJtlou Kroner Fwrn'twrti
Split In
2 Meets
Husker golfers split two
week end matches, winning
from Omaha University and
losing to the Oklahoma State
Bud Williamson and Ed Ta
bor both shot 74's to tie for
medalist honors and spark the
Huskers 12-2& winning per
formance. The Husker linksters won
every match except one.
Omaha's Dick Socha was 3
strokes below Jerry Over
gaard's 79 to score the Omaha
points on the Hillcrest Coun
try Club course Friday.
Oklahoma State Cowboys
defeated the Husker team 9Vi
214 in Saturday's Hillcrest ac
tion. The Oklahoma State team
won every match except one
and that one ended in a tie
between Dave McConahay of
Nebraska and Cotton Dunn of
Oklahoma State. Both players
shot a 76.
The Husker golfers will
play their next match Friday
against Oklahoma University
on the Hillcrest Country Club
Spike Title
To Persians
The Persians downed Man
natt in two consecutive games
to remain undefeated and win
this year's 1961 all-University
intramural volleyball cham
pionship. The Persians have an un
blemished record in 1 e a g u e
play with Phi Epsilon Kappa,
Dent College, Senior Dents
and Law College in the inde
pendent division.
Manatt beat Fraternity
Champion Kappa Sigma with
16-14, 13-5 scores in the Fra
ternity Burr-Selleck playoffs.
Kappa Sigma played a close
set of games with Beta Sig
ma Psi to win the fraternity
championship with a 15-9, 12
15, and 15-10 set of matches.
Manatt won over Smith.
1 15-11, 15-13, to clinch the Burr-
Selleck playoff.
Ans tine Is Leading
Gym Point 3Iaker
Dennis Anstine of Hastings
was the leading point maker
for the Nebraska gymnastics
team which was undefeated
I during the regular season
and runner-up in the AJ1
1 College championships.
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