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The Daily Nebraskan
Friday, March 6, 1964
From The Stick
by rick akin
Young Man's Fancy
When the temperature soars into the 60's as of late,
a young man's fancy turns to thoughts of love Unless
your a baseball nut.
While near the columns, a conducive sport for spring
romance, one might be shocked to hear a loud crack.
It is, of course, the sound of ball meeting bat as Coach
Tony Sharpe sends his charges through early workouts
in preparation for the 27-game schedule lying ahead.
Last Tuesday I had my first chance to see the Huskers
work outside. I saw only one batters as the chill wind
drove me back to my warm-hideout in the Coliseum.
The hitter was Gary Tunnison, a Rochester, N. Y...
soph, who whacked four line drives near where the left
field fence would be. An encouraging sight.
Eave May, who stood shivering in right field as Tun
nison took his turns, is another healthy batter on whom
NU fortunes lie.
He hit .360 last season in being voted the outstanding
Nebraska baseball player.
From there next season's hitting looks a bit scanty.
But the pitching is what has Sharpe worried this season.
Right-handers Keith Sieck, who signed a contract with
the White Sox last year, and Jan Wall, a Met farm hand,
and lefty Ron Havekost, who had the best control of the
whole staff last season, are gone.
A look at last year's statistics show that only 37 1-3
were pitched by returnees with a 1-3 record.
George Landgren and George Flock, who got the only
win, head the list of returnees.
It's Early, But
But a sophomore will probably get the No. 1 call.
Bob Hergenrader, who throws a good fast ball and sup
plements it with a fair curve, had a prosperous year for
Gerry's in American legion baseball last seasor
How he will do in Big Eight ball remains to be seen.
It's a bit different than American Legion.
Around the infield Ron Douglas, who plaved second
last year, will probably start at third, and May, the big
hitter, seems to get the nod at first.
Elsewhere the battle is on. Either Jim Amerman or
John Roux will get tht call at short. Joe Gaughan and
Rod Beckman, a squadman last year, are battling for the
second base slot.
Wally Duff, who started several times in '63, leads the
contingent of outfielders. Tunnison will probably get the
call in left with Larry Bornschlegl in right. Other candi
dates include sophs Gene Graff, Curt Johnson, and Den
Bornschlegl, you may recall, handled the backstop i
Finalists for N-Club Sweet
heart have been announced
by Dave Theisen, N-Club pub
They are Neva Carstenson,
Zeta Tau Alpha; Patti Johns,
Gamma Phi Beta: Karen Has
tings, Piper Hll; Linda Sides.
Kappa Alpha Theta.
Pixie Small wood, Alpha
Delta Pi; Jane Barnoske, Al
pha Omicron Pi; and Janis
Hurd, Kappa Kappa Gamma.
N-Club members will vote
to choose a Sweetheart at the
N-Clubs annual dinner-dance
on March 20.
This is the first year that a
Sweetheart will be selected,
The club plans to make it an
annual event, according to
Yates Won't Make Final Cage Trip
Senior Jim Yates will not
make the trip to Colorado
for the Huskers final basket
ballgame, Coach Joe Cipri
ano announced Wednesday.
"Unfortunately, Jim vio
lated one of our rules and will
be left at home on the final
trip for disciplinary reasons,"
WE NEVER CLOSE
it , , " . " - " 4j: B
X-CLl'B SWEETHEART FINALISTS Standing, left to right; Neva Carstenson, Patti
Johns, Karen Hastings, Linda Sides. Seated, left to right; Pixie Smallwood, Jane Bar
noske, Janis Hurd.
Cowboy Coach's Vow Sets Goal
Nebraska's mile relay team
will run at the Chicago Daily
News Relays Saturday night
Included are Kent McClough
an, junior from Broken Bow;
Dick Strand, junior form Min
den, Dave Crook, sophomore
from Belle vue; and Gil Gebo,
chores last vear. Shan, inrfitps hp mav nit, v,; ! ana move on to compete m
with Clayton Luther, top rookie prospect, who swings lefty. ! tne National Track Federa-1 senior from New York City!
tiPl j j ' j-'" behind th6 plHtc 3g3inst i tion meet in Milwaukee, Wis
Also runnins at these meets
j Monday. win be the Big Eight Cham-
The same quartet which iPions m the mile relay the
right-handed pitching with Bornschlegl in the outfield.
Against letues, Bornschlegl would do the catching.
All in all, things don't look the rosiest for Big Eight
stature this spring unless the rookie pitching comes
through and the hitting improves over last ytar.
Next week As a yearly ritual, the Stick will pick
the winners of the State Basketball Tournament. It mar
be a bit more difficult, however, at mv Class B and C
favorites have already been knocked off in district competition.
finished serond at th Ri? I Oklahoma State team.
Eight Championships last J Nebraska's team defeated
week will be taking the j the Cowboys at a dual four
boards for these two meets, i weeks ago and the O-State
coach vowed his relay team
would not lose to the Huskers
Husker Coach Frank Se
vigne hopes to prove other
DIVIDEND BONDED GAS
16th & P Sts.
"I look for a close race be-j country. Big Eight teams
tween Iowa State and Okla- have won all but four of the
homa State in the Big Eight NCAA national champion
Conference wrestling meet," ships since 1923, when the
remarked Bob Mancuso, Ne- tournament was organized."
braska wrestling coach. j Mancuso predicted that
According to Mancuso, this while Nebraska will be light
year's finish will be the clos-jing for a first division berth
est in recent years. Iowa State j this year, chances will be inl
and Oklahoma State are the proved for a better showing
top two rated teams in the j next year,
nation, while Colorado is! "Freshmen wrestlers Carel
rated among the top ten. jstith, Larry Berghurdt and
"Rick Allgood and Dennis
Jerry Langdon are three very
Kendall represent Nebraska's : promising candidates for full
best chances to place in the
Big Eight Meet", said Man
cuso. Allgood has lost only
one match this season, while
Kendall has won all but two
On this basis, Mancuso feels
Nebraska will press for
first division finish."
Nebraska matmen will
have an opportunity to test
their abilities Saturday when
they meet Denver University
nere. coach Mancuso feels
confident of a victory.
"The Denver meet should
provide the team with an ex
cellent tune-up for the Big
Eight meet the following
week," slated Mancuso.
Mancuso also emphasized
the quality of wrestlers which
Nebraska will face in the Big
"The Eig Eight Conference
Is undoubtedly the strongest
wrestling conference in the
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