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The Daily Nebraskan
Wednesday, April 3, 1963
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Tennis Season Opens
Trih Creighton friday
BY LARRY ASMAN
Staff Sports Writer
The University of Nebraska
tennis team will open its 1963
season at home, meeting
Creighton University at 1 p.m.
Friday on the University
courts.
The matnh will be a warm
up for the Cornhusker netters,
prior to a rugged southern
trip during spring vacation
starting April 12.
The Husker lineup will be
determined by challenge
matches this week, Coach Ed
Higginbotham announced. The
eight players bidding for the
top five spots are Dick Gib
son, Daves Wohlfarth, Jack
Lansterer, Dick Woods, Rick
Barley, Jeff Wo, Russ Daub
and Ross Barker. All but Wu,
Daub and Barker are return
ing lettermen.
Five .returning lettermen
bolster the team, which last
year won seven duals and lost
three for one of the best rec
ords in recent NU tennis his
tory. The Huskers finished
fifth in the Big Eight meet
at Lawrence, Kansas.
Lincoln High graduates
Dave Wohlfarth and Dick Gib
son, last year's top two per
formers, are among the re
turnees. They accounted for
eight doubles victories last
spring.
The other lettermen a re
senior Jack Lausterer, two
year letterman from Omaha
North, Dick Woods, junior
from Lincoln Southeast, and
Rick Harley, a junior from
Grand Island.
Pressing for positions on
this year's squad are sopho
more Ross Barker, junior
Russ Daub, and junior Seng
Un (Jeff) Wu of Singapor,
India.
Veteran coach Ed Higgin
botham says, "We'll be as
strong as last year, but we'll
miss (Jim) Fowler, who was
an awfully good number three
man." Tom Johnson is the
only other loss from last
year's netters.
After the initial Creighton
match the Huskers will swing
south on Friday, April' 12, to
play Wichita, the only non
conference team to defeat Ne
braska last year, Tulsa, Okla
homa Baptist, Oklahoma, and
Oklahoma State in six days.
"Our first trip will be a
killer," says Higginbotham.
"Oklahoma State and 0 k 1 a
homa are among the strong
est in the Big Eight, and
Wichita is always tough."
Coach Ed Higginbotham, a
Geneva, Nebraska, native who
came to Ml in 1943, begms
his thirteenth year as tennis
coach. He piloted the Huskers
to their highest Big Eight fin
ish with a fourth place m 1959.
Mr. Higginbotham is an as
sistant professor of physical
education and is also in
charge of the intramurals
program. He holds degrees
from Doane College, where he
began his athletic career, and
from the University of Wisconsin.
Scandal
Rages In
Football
IN FOOTBALL, the scan
dal still rages in the South
eastern Conference over the
alleged gambling in the Alabama-Georgia
game. Football
coaches around the country
have supported the trading of
information before football
games in statements made to'
the press.
Wally Butts sued the Curtis
Publications for 10 m i 1 1 i o n
dollars, charging he has been
libeled by an article in the
Saturday Evening Post. The
suit asked for five million dol
lars actual damages and five
million dollars punitive dam
cated muckraking."
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Tracksters
To Texas
Relay Meet
Thirteen of Nebraska's in
door championship track
team will compete this week
end in the Texas Relays at
Austin, Coach Fran Sevigne
announced.
Sevigne plans to enter five
relay events. Fred Wilke may
go in the high hurdles. Wilke
won this event in the Big
Eight indoor meet earlier this
year.
The Husker coach will en
ter Wilke, Ray Knaub, Kent
McCloughan and Steve Pfis
ter into the 400-yard relay.
Gil Gebo, Knaub, McClough
an and Mike Fleming have
been tapped for the sprint
medley.
Fleming, Ray Stevens, John
Portee and Mauro Altizio will
run the four-mile relay.
In the mile-relay event,
Kenny, Gebo, Scott and
Strand will handle the baton.
This will be the first out
door test for the Big Eight
indoor champions. In view of
the cancellation of the Iowa
State-Nebraska dual slated
here for April 13, the. next
test will be the Kansas Re
lays at Lawrence, April 19-20.
LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS
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1963 Schedule
April 5 (Friday) Creighton in Lincoln
April a (Friday) , Wichita at Wichita
April 13 (Saturday) Tulsa at Tulsa
April 15 (Monday) Oklahoma Baptist at Shawnee
April 16 (Tuesday) Oklahoma at Norman
April 17 (Wednesday) Oklahoma State at Stillwater
April fnnday .... Drake at Des Moines
April 26-27 (Friday and Saturday) Iowa State and Kansas State at Ames
April 30 (Tuesday) Omaha U. at Omaha
May 3 (Friday) Kansas at Lawrence
May 4 (Saturday) Washburn at Topeka
May 7 (Tuesday) Omaha U. in Lincoln
May ID (Friday) .... Creighton at Omaha
May 17-18 (Friday and Saturday) But Eisht Meet at Manhattan, Kansas
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in competitions like the Daytona 500
Results of recent competitive events prove dramatically the
durability and reliability of today's Ford-built cars. Our cars swept '
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Golf Team
Hurt Prior
To Opener
The Husker golf squad was
hit hard this past weekend
with the announcement of two
players that dropped from the
squad.
Coach Harry Good an
nounced that Stan Schrag,
two-year letterman, dropped
from the squad due to the
press of scholastic commit
ments. Schrag is studying to
become a minister and has
been filling various pulpits on
Sundays.
The other man dropped from
the squad is footballer
Jim Baffico, who lacked one
hour of having the require
ments for eligibility after the
first semester. Baffico had
been battling Frank Schrein
er, Norfolk, for the number
one spot.
The Husker golfers meet
Creighton at Miracle Hills
golf course in Omaha, Thurs
day at 1 p.m. to kick off the
season. Coach Good named
Scheiner of Norfolk, Edward
Romjue, Nebraska City;
Tom Thomsen, Hastings; and
Bill Gu n 1 i c k s, Kearney to
meet the Bluejays in the
opener.
Sukup, a letterman two
years ago and Uunheks are
the only lettered veterans.
The Huskers meet Omaha
University at Pioneers Park
course at 1 p.m. next Tues
day and then, through Easter
vacation, they will tour Iowa
and Kansas.
Albers Paces
GymnastTeam
In Nationals
Gymnasts wound up their
season last weekend with a
14th place finish in the NCAA
meet ThA smiari hart finishpd
I Viiii. T.orAil pan on iirifh a
12-1 record and had taken the
Central College crown at
Mankato, Minn, for the sec
ond straight year.
Dennis Albers finished
seventh in the all-around and
parallell bars and eighth in
the side horse to give the
Cornhuskers 10 points for the
14th place finish in the na
tional competition.
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The April meeting of the
Spoi ls Car Club of Ameri
ca (SCCA), Nebraska re
gion, will be held Thursday,
April 4. There, plans will
be made for a sports car
rally (time and distance
rally) which will take place
Sunday afternoon. Interest
ed people are invited to at
tend the meeting and par
ticipate in the rally. For
information, contact Ron
Ryan, 4334 Selleck or call
Chuck 435-3923 after 6 p.m.
Spring Day
Spring Day interviews have
been set for Sunday from
2:15 to 5 p.m. in 345 Student
Union, according to Trudy
Erwin, publicity chairman.
Interested students may
sign up outside 339 Student
Union from today to Satur
day. No applications are
needed.
Students may work in one
of four areas: men's games,
women's games, publicity
and trophies.
"The student must be in
good standing with the Uni
versity," said Miss Erwin.
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