The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 03, 1963, Page Page 4, Image 4
Poge 4 The Daffy Nebraskan Friday, May 3, 1963 aS555595 1 -1 i HmoHnmHthnnmififfitmfflUffinRtBts Spoofs i 1 Shots B CAMPUS TOE THINCLAD QUAR TET of Mike Fleming, Ray Stevens, John Portee, and Mauro Altizio are still lead ing the nation in the four mile baton event with a clock ing of 17:10.3. The Huskers won the event at the Texas Relavs. FOOTBALL COACH Bob Devaney said that the Husk ers will be as good as last year, but cautioned the rec ord may not be the same. Nebraska, Devaney said has a good first team, but our re serve power leaves something to be desired. NATION THREE WORLD RECORDS fell last weekend at the MU Undefeated Thinclads Pursue Victory String Tomorrow At Colorado BY JAN SACK Staff Sports Editor Nebraska's track team will get their first rough test of the season when they face the Colorado Buffs at Boulder tomorrow. This will be the first conference tilt for the Huskers in the outdoor sea son. Husker coach Frank Se bigne said. "This will be a tough meet because Colorado has gained quite a bit of which will weaken the Buff onslaught in the mile. Back ing up Griffith if he runs the three-mile will be Bruce De gen and Mike McCoy. Ne braska's entry is sophomore Larry Toothaker. The high jump is another Colorado specialty. Sopho more Leander Durley cleared 6-10 outdoors last spring and won the Big Eight Indoor title in March by clearing 6-10li. Nebraska will go with Harrv Krebs who has cleared ctrnrth cinr-o thp indoor son in the sprints, hurdles, M. Jack Cramer who clears mile and field events." j Daring the indoor season 6-2 regularly and Sam Sam- uelson. The Husker javelin entry Nebraska handled the Buffs Nebraska's Gil Gebo and San Antonion Relays. Al Oer- T6-46. The Scarlet went on to J Dick Strand should handle ter cracked the discus record win the Big Eight Indoor , the 440-yard run in fine style . Lee nf ftn-t su i chantDionshin and have a while Jim Wendt and John inches. Arfeena State's mile ! strong chance of repeating in rortee ia.e care oi me spear down in the 289 relav team bettered t n e , we outdoor race. jaro run. oigi u.rr in raB-e Van Newkirk's broad jumper, has been turn ing in consistant perform ances of 23-10. Colorado's By ron Graves is only a 22-foot performer. Brooks will also compete in the hop, step and port Brooks in these two jump. Juris Jesifers will sup events as well as be the main Nebraska entry in the pole vault. Roland Johnson will be the Scarlet representative in the shot put and discus. CU letter men Tom Galbos and Dick Martin are strong in the shot put with both ranging between 52 and 55 feet. Frosh Footballers Continue Workouts bettered the world's record in the event, rnnninf it in 3:W5. Bob Hayes of Florida A & M ran the fastest 1M meters in his tory with a time of :W.S, but the record was disallowed be cause of an 11 mile per hour wind. IN THE PENN RELAYS, another record was felled in the polevault as the fiber f$ass pole controversy rages. Sophomore Brian Sternberg vaulted 16-5 his record last ing three days before the ti tle was regained by John Pennel of Northeast Louisiana State when he cleared 16-64 on his first try. He missed at 1S-9. A FIELD OF EIGHT seems certain in the S9th annual Kentucky Derby. Candy Spots, Never Bend and No Robbery are favorites in Sat urday's race. Bonjour, owned by Patrice Jacobs won the Derby Trial Stakes ahead of Walnut Hill Farm's Gray Pet and Ambush Stable's On My Honor. The other two entries are Royal Tower and Cha-teaugay. Canoe Trips Qvetic Superior Wilderness Area Dra tkose books for a spriL Follow Um- paths f tie M Vmr. Cemttess mspoiltd like maay brifal emp sifes x-I)fflt fish int. Com plete ntfittiit tedadiag foot $S-M Uy per perse. Ah rate by week jb4 for rrps. Fr folder, nap aai pluming kelp write: Pipestone Oirrfirfiirj C. Box 780, Ely, Minn. Nebraska entries in the sprints 100 and 220 - yard dashes are Ray Knaub. Kent McCloughan and Steve Pfist er. Last year Knaub was timed in :09.4. McCloughan and Pfister both have bet tered :09 8. Buff lettermen Dick Burns and Ray Graham are the top sprint entries for Colorado. Husker co-captain Fred Wilke will go it alone in the 120-yard high and 330-yard intermediate hurdles. He faces one of the finest group of timber toppers ever as sembled at Colorado. Sopho more Jim Miller who ran :22.8 for fourth in the lows! at N.VAU beads the list Vet-i erans Bill Gairdner, Bill; Wells and Chuck Keagle also j are on tap. Sevigne wfll se co-captain Mike Fleming, Ray Stevens and Manro Altuw in the mfle against Colorado's Bob Griff ith, Tom Starr and Bill Sproat. Griffith, the Big Eight two mile champ, may decide to run the new three-mile event this area is Colorado miler Chock Bnchheit. half Husker In the relays Sevigne plans to eo with Wilke. Pfister. Mc- fCloughan and Knaub in the 440 and is undecided about the mile quartet IM Scoreboard SOFTBALL KESTLTS Way Bar IX Prats a Surma fa Ejwatca 12. AHa Gaouna Drfea TtMa C PM Kim Pri S. MOXDS.T SCVEDTLE VE Kasw3barh n. Capttal I. W Tlrjaatt w Alpha Gamma SUna. SK .na ts. Pi bm Pi SV Maun . Seam L WANT ADS FOR SAU 1 Parartie. lew Patnt. offer ever SSM. ftM41l) 4 4 4 4 COULD THIS BE MjT THE POUR CAH'T 3THISH SCHOOL? Ya. But there"! nothing wrong wia (heir addition. Four master vocalist, plot four swinging instnnMntalists, plus four n stage-off (he cuff comedians total Four Freshmen. Honest. And fhii fantastic triple threat enatHity k why college audi ences refuse to let the Frertunen finis school. lBThe Four Freshmen ia Vssoa Volume 2" ea Capitd, youTI fcesr ftem at their tiSs Itest, ia a recording made during aa vsforgettitble per fon&Bncc at Long Beach City CeSlege, The parted louse otOea & great, and so mB you. Look fotThe Four Freshmen ii Person " Volume T" on Capi toVand look for the Four Fresh mea in concert on your campus. !ictor Brooks, I- X f ... . .,? t I JOSS w ' P. ' 7 ' -1! f!Sr-. sfSfe .jf i j I $ Satcial iwik SJ mtm! Kaaaaaa B j.s' - ... $ h v!;. -i j 3 B Siaanaf 4aS tasNtvrtia. VS3 M. B Coach Bob Devaney has several injuries and a num ber of promising freshmen to consider after Wednesday's practice session. Devaney excused the first unit from contact in an effort concentrate on the depth he will need next fall. The re maining four units went through a brisk workout that netted good and bad results. Dave Thelsen, Milwaukee junior and highly regarded Scarlet halfback, will be lost for the spring drills due a re curring leg injury that he ag gravated Sunday. Freshman Kellv Peterson, a prospect at fullback this spring, suffered a similar fate at the Wednesday prac tice. Peterson will be out un til the fall with a severe an- is Milan Van New kirk. He will ! kle sprain. Also sidelined was be pitted against sophomore Gary Brichacek, a Schyler Fred Kohls who sets the foot top freshman tackle, with a knee injury during the workout. John Vujevich, formerly a left halfback, switched to Pe terson's slot and John Sebas tian took over Vujevich's po sition. The two units showing the best promise were directed by quarterbacks Doug Tuck er and freshman Fred Duda. Tucker, Duda and Woods al ternated direction of what ap peared to be the top white squad. TMs wmad toctafcs a bactflrM M Will PaachH. Brae Smith, and Bob Hotia. Tfc tine constated of John Kin aa. Chark IDspk am) Pat ruacr al the cads. Bob Jaaca and Monte Kiffia at tarklaa. Lanii Dillard aad Doa Mc Derraott at Uw (ward soots, and Ljrle Stttler aad Duacaa Drum at eniter. The second squad topped the top unit offensively with freshman Frank Solcih spark ing the team with several long runs. range, throw is 154. 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