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The Daily Nebraskan
Mondcy, April 20, 1964
39th Kansas Relays
Husker varsity thinclads
grabbed two first places and
nearly had a third one at the
Kansas Relays held Friday
and Saturday in Lawrence.
For the second straight
year, the Nebraska lads won
the sprint medley contest. A
time of 3:22.7 gave the Husk
ers room to spare over sec
ond plage Oklahoma State.
Running on the Husker
team were Dave Crook, Kent
McCouhghan, Lynn Headley
and Gil Gebo, who anchored
with a 1:52.4 880.
Broad jumper Victor
Brooks of Nebraska won that
event with a leap of 23-10V2.
Willis Dent of Lincoln Uni
versity (Mo.) was second
The broad jumpers were
somewhat hampered by
jumping into a chilly breeze.
Brooks has- now won two
major relays in the broad
jump. Earlier he won at the
Arkansas' Richard Perry,
who beat Brooks at Texas,
In a thrilling climax to the
two day carnival, Nebraska's
mile relay with anchor man
Dave Crook, nearly beat a
fleet Rice crew.
On Friday, the Husker mile
relay qualified for the
finals with a time of 3:16.4.
Saturday, the Huskers were
in third place as Crook took
the baton for the final 1 e g.
Crook overhauled Oklahoma
State's Jack Miller and with
about 220 yards to go went to
work on Rice's anchor man,
Jim Ellington. A final lunge
at the tape by Ellington gave
Rice the win by a whisker.
Both teams were timed in
the very fast time of 3:11.1.
Running for the Huskers
were Dick Strand with a
: 49.3 first leg, McCloughan
with :47.5 and Gebo with
:47.8 Crook's time was :46.5.
Former Husker Ray
Stevens set a new meet
record in running the Glenn
Cunningham 1500 meter run.
The old record had stood
since 1933 when Cunningham
himself ran the race in 3:53.3.
Stevens time was far below
the old mark as he toured the
course in 3:47.9.
Stevens time is roughly
equivalent to a 4:07 mile.
Diamondmen Drop Three To tlU;
Errors Help la Slide To Cellar
The Husker baseballers
sunk deeper into the murky
Big-Eight cellar over the
week-end by dropping a three
game series to Kansas.
which saw the Huskers drop
by score of 8-4, 9-1, was rath
er discouraging, but Saturday
an exciting rally in the last
three innings marked a bright
spot in the otherwise disastr
Kansas scored four runs in
the third inning after Larry
Borneschlegel misjudged a fly
ball in right field during the
first game. In the top of the
sixth, Kansas struck again
with a home run over the
375' mark by catcher J i m
Shanks, which was followed
by a single, a walk, and a
broken bat single resulting in
two more runs.
Nebraska threatened in the
bottom of the sixth, when
Harris and Tunison walked
and May singled to center but
reliefer George Dobson was
sent in, and he snuffed the
In the second game George
Landgren started, but before
the first inning was over the
game had been decided, as
Kansas scored four runs on
four singles, a walk, and a
three run error.
Nebraska's lone run came
in the third inning, when
Coach Tony Sharpe went
through three pitchers in the
second game, with the starter
Landgren getting the loss.
It appeared as though the
Huskers were going to snare
their first conference victory
Saturday, when they scored
three runs in the first two in
nings. However, the Jay
hawks came back to score
four runs by the fourth, aided
by a three-base error by Tom
Larsen, starting pitcher for
Nebraska pulled even in
the sixth on an unearned run
off Steve King, the second
But the Jawhawks came
back with a lone run in the
seventh. Ralph Pagani got
the RBI after a single, a
stolen base and an error by
secondbase man Randy Har
ris. Kansas seemingly split the
game open in the top of the
eighth as they batted around,
scoring four runs. However,
the Huskers, showing real
spirit when the pressure was
on, put their first five men on
base in the bottom of the
eighth, only to have the next
three go down in order.
Bob Hergcnrader, pitching
in relief, took the loss for the
game bringing his season rec
ord to 1-5. This record is bet
tered only the Huskers' own
2-10 (0-6 in Big-Eight play).
Next weekend the Big Red
travel to Ames for a three
game series with Iowa State,
and then return to Lincoln for
a stand against Colorado on
ab t h bl b r h bl
McGr'y lb-ci 5 2 3 1 Gaughan 3b 4 0 12
Kimerer 3b $ 1 2 2 Hrn 2b
Coward 2b 3 0 10 Tunnison If
DerMa"! cf-rf 4 0 0 1 May lb
4 112 Borns'l rf
0000 Duff rf
4 0 10 aDouglas rf
4 12 1 Luther c
4 2 2 0 Roux 88
110 0 Johnson cf
1 0 0 0 Hereenr'r p
35 S lz 7 Totals
2 10 0
10 0 0
4 0 10
0 0 0 0
2 0 0 0
3 10 0
2 0 0 0
2 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
o o o a
24 4 t I
a Struck nut for Duff in slxthi b
walked for Hergenrader In sixth.
Kansas 004 003 1 II
Nebraska 010 002 14
E Shanks, Ruggles, Harris, May. Born
sehlegl, PO-A Kansas 21-6, Nebraska
21-9. LOR Kansas 9, Nebraska 9.
2B Coward. Pagani, MeGreevy. SB
Buggies. HR Shanks. SB Tunnison.
IP H K R BB SO
Renko (W, 3-0) 6 3 4 1 10 8
Littooy 1 0 0 0 0 1
Hergr'der (L.l-4) 6 10 7 2 1 7
Flock 1 2 110 1
gren in fifth. b-Doubled for Renko In
seventh. c-Popped out for Duff in sev.
Kansas 400 inj 20
Nebraska 001 000 01
E Kimerer. May, Roux. DP Ruggles,
Coward, MeGreevy; Gaughan. Harris,
May; Roux, Harris, May. PO-A Kansas
21-6. Nebraska 21-14. LOB Kansas 5, Ne
2B Chana, Fanning, Tunnison.
R S EE BR SO
4 2 4
2 1 1
2 0 0
Chana fW, 1-1)
Landgren (L. 0-2)
PB-Shanks. WP -Gorham.
Chana (Roux). U Michelsen and Sealy.
T 2:05. A 250.
ab r b bl ab r h bi
M'Grvy lb-cf 6 13 3 Harris 2b 3 113
Kimerer 3b 6 2 2 2 Duff cf 4 0 0 0
Coward 2b 6 110 Hergnrdr p 0 0 0 0
DerMnl cf-rf 4 110 Flock p 0 0 0 0
Pagani If 5 0 2 3 cBrenning 10 0 1
Renko rf 4 110 dWitte 0 0 0 0
cFanning lb 0 0 0 0 Gorham rf 1000
Shanks c 4 12 0 Bornschlgl c 3 0 0 0
Ruggles ss 5 12 0 Gemar rf 2 0 0 2
Higgins p 1 0 0 0 Johnson cf 10 0 1
King p 2 10 0 Tunnison If 5 0 0 0
eGardner 1 0 0 0 Gaughan 3b 5 0 0 0
Littooy p 0 0 0 0 Roux ss 5 3 3 0
May lb 3 2 2 0
fBraasch 0 0 0 0
Larsen p 1 0 DD
Landgren p 0 0 0 0
aDougls rf-p 2 12 0
Totals 44 i 14 Totals 36 7 8 7
a-Singled for Landgren In sixth; b
Walked for Renko in eighth; c-Safe on
error for Flock in eighth; d-Ran for
Brennlng in eighth; e-Struck out for King
In ninth; f-Kan for May In ninth.
Kansas 001 300 1409
Nebraska 130 001 03x 7
E Kimerer, Coward. Shanks. Ruggles,
Harris 3. Roux, Larsen. PO-A Kansas
27-12, Nebraska 27-11, LOB Kansas 12,
2B Kimerer, Roux 2. HR MeGreevy.
SB Coward, MeGreevy. S King, Born
schlegl. SF Harris, Johnson.
IP H R ER BB SO
King (W. 1-1) 6 1-3 6 4 1 2 0
Littooy 1 1 0 0 0 0
Larsen 4 6 4 3 1 3
LandKren 2 1 0 0 0 5
Hergenrader fL, 1-5) 1 2-3 5 5 1 1 2
Flock 1-3 0 0 0 0 0
Douglas 1 2 0 0 0 1
Hergert and Hamctz. T 2:55. A
Lynn Headley wound up
third in the 100 meter run.
Headley was a late entry in
place of Nate Adams of Pur
due who was injured. Nebras
ka frosh Charles Greene, al
so entered in the even t,
pulled up lame three-fourths
the way through the race
which was won by Omaha's
Nebraska freshmen were
hit by sickness and injury.
Joe Zellers, scheduled for
the mile relay, checked into
the KU Student Health Thurs
day night with the measles.
Lowell Stratton, tagged for
both the frosh mile relay and
sprint medley, sustained a se
vere leg muscle injury
Wednesday night and was un
able to run. The freshmen
did come through with
a third place in the sprint
University distance medley 1, Texas
fLov Gunter, Tommy Kenne, Preston
Davis, Richar Romo). 2. Kansas. 3, Hous
ton 4, Drake. 9:48.0. Record (old record
9:49.3, North Texas State 1961.
100-vard dash - 1. Bob Hanson, Kansas.
2, Terry Williams, Omaha. 3. Mike Spratt,
Houston. 4, Richard Vogan, Texas Tech.
Glenn Cunningham 1,500-meter run 1,
Rav Stevens, Lincoln, Neb. 2. Jim Dupree,
Southern Illinois. 3, Pat Clohessy, Hous
ton. 4, Jim Ewing. Howard Payne. 3:47.9,
record. (Old record 3:53.3 by Glenn Cun
Universitv 440-yard relay 1. Southern
Methodist 'Billy Foster, Bill Hill, Chuck
Evans, John Roderick). 2, Oklahoma.
3, Houston. 4, Texas Tech. :40.6.
College 440 relay 1, Lincoln I'ni-
versity (Missouri) (Ernest Tidwell, Leroy
Evans. Willie Dent, Albert Wheatfall).
2, Omaha. 3, Pittsburg, Kan., State. 4.
Central Missouri State. ;41.3.
120-yard high hurdles 1, Bobby May,
Rice. 2, Ed Renfrow, Arkansas. 3, J. C
Modica, Lamar Tech. 4, Carl Groff, Mis
souri. 14.0 seconds.
College distance medley 1, Emporia
State (DeWolff Roberts, Burton Wolfson,
John McDonnell, John Camieni. 2, Lamar
Tech. 3, Grinnell. 4, Fort Hays Stale.
9:48.4. (Old record 9:54.2 Chicago Loyola
College 2-mile relay 1, Texas Southern
(Bruce Carter, Freddie Madkin, Kenneth
Noel, George Hunt). 2, Lincoln, Mo. 3,
Northeast Missouri State. 4. Fort Hays
University 5-mile relay 1. Missouri
(Larry Ray. Charles Conrad, Bill Rawson,
Robin Lingle). 2, Drake. 3, Oklahoma.
4, Kansas. 7:26.6.
100-meter dash 1. Roger Sayers, Oma
ha. 2, Bob Hanson, Kansas. 3, Lynn
Headlev, Nebraska. 4. Mickey Miller, Ok
lahoma State. : 10.3 (ties record by Nate
Adams, Purdue. 19B3).
3,000-meter steeplechase 1, Hylke Van
Der Wall, Manitoba U. 2, Ireland Sloan,
Emporia. Kan., State. 3. Ken Sunder
land. Texas. 4, Bill Silverberg, Kansas.
8 56.8, record (old record 9:12.5 by John
Macy, Houston Track Club 1958).
Freshman mile relay 1, Oklahoma
(Don Ellis. Gary Clinton, Ralph Bulmer,
Bill Calhoun). 2. Kansas. 3, Oklahoma
State. 4, Arkansas. 3:19.5
College mile relay 1, Texas Southern
(Charles White, Artis Barrett, Herbert
Stevens, Wesley Blackman). 2, Lamar
Tech. 3. Pittsburg, Kan.. Stat. 4, Lincoln
University mile relay 1. Rice (Ray
Wende, Doug Aldmon, Bobby May. ,llm
Ellington). 2, Nebraska. 3. Oklahoma
State. 4, Drake. 3:11.1.
University 880-yard relay 1, Southern
Methodist (Jimmy Laiieham. Bill Hill,
Billy Foster, John Roderick), 2, Okla
homa. 3. Colorado. 4. Rice. 1:23.4 record
(old record 1:23.5 by Oklahoma State
College 880-yard relay 1, Lincoln. Mo.
(Leroy Evans, John McGowan, Ernest
Tidwell. Albert Wheatfall). 2. Texas
Southern. 3. Pittsburg. Kan., State. 4,
Central Missouri State. 1:24.2. (ties rec
ord set by Texas Southern In 19til
400-meter dash 1, Ollan Cassell, Hous
ton. 2, Ted Nelson, Texas A.81M. 3. Ray
Saddler, Texas Southern. 4, Don Styron,
East Texas State. 46.4, record (first time
Four-mile relay 1. Missouri (Larry
Ray. Charles Conrad, Bill Rawson, Robin
Lingle) 16:41.6. (meet record, old record
16:5.1.1 bv Kansas 1962.) 2, Texas 16:43.5.
3, Kansas 16:46.3. 4, Houston 16:46 7.
University sprint medley 1, Nebraska
PB Shanks 1.
sen. T 2:25.
U Sealey and Michel.
ab r h bl ab r h bl
McGr'y lb-cf 3 12 2 Gaughan 3b 3 0 10
Kimerer 3b 4 110 Harris 21) 3 0 0 0
Coward 2b 3 110 Tunnison If 3 0 11
DerMa'l cf-rf 4 2 2 2 May lb 3 0 0 0
Shanks c 4 0 0 0 BornschM c 3 0 10
Pagani If 3 2 12 Douglas rf 3 0 0 0
Renko rf 3 0 2 1 Wltte p 0 0 0 0
hPanning lb 10 10 Roux ss 2 0 0 0
Ruggles ss 4 111 Duff cf 10 0 0
Chana P 4 110 r Gemar 10 0 0
Lanngren p dud
aLurher 10 0 0
Gorham p-rf 10 0 0
Totals 34 12 ( Totals 24 1 I 1
a-Grounded Into double play for Land-
Veterans Look Good
Work continued on the aer
ial game Saturday as the Red
team outscored the W h i t e s j
eight touchdowns to two in a
scrimmage which marked the
end of two weeks of drills.
The Reds included the No.
11 and 2 units headed by Fred
Duda and Doug Tucker and
the No. 5 and 7 headed by
Henry Woods and Ron Lock
hart. The Whites included Wayne
Weber's No. 3 unit, Bob
Churchich's No. 4 unit and
Steve Gunther's No. 6 club.
The best offensive exhibi
tion occurred when D u d a's
team met Weber's. Full back
Bruce Smith scored twice,
once on a 47-yard run, and
Duda passed to Freeman
White for a third TD.
Duda and White teamed up
later against Churchich's unit
to conclude the first team's
Tucker's team scored three
times. Two came against the
Churchich unit with Joe Mc
Nulty running for yards and
Tucker passing to Preston
Love for another.
A one yard run by Bill
Johnson against Weber's club
completed the scoring by the
No. 2 unit.
Lose Triple Dual
Nebraska's golfers dropped
two matches in a triple dual
golf meet held at Hillcrest
Country Club Friday after
noon. KANSAS S, NEBRASKA
Tom Thomson '78), Nebraska, def.
Dodge Fugleman (80), 2IA-V,.
Jim Corbin (81), Kansas, def. Bob Sai
ler (82), 2'A-Vj.
Bob Korbu (74), Nebraska, del. Scott
Llnsrott (78), 2'is-Mr.
Paul Carlson (il), Kansas, def, Kerm
Mortenson ";, 3-0.
Dick King (K4, Kansas, def. Bill Gun
licks (85), 2W-Vi.
KANKAR STATE 10, NEBRASKA 5
Jim Colbert (7ft), Kansas State, let.
Thomson (78), 3-0.
Jerry Show (81), Kansas State, def.
Saffer (82). 2'A-W.
Korha (74), Nebraska, def Don Breit
(80) , 3-0.
Doug Duaenbury (81), Kansas State,
def. Mortenson (86), 2-1.
Joel Athey (80), Kansas State, def.
Gunltcks (8,1), 26-vi.
KANSAS STATE '-4, KANSAS Ml
Colbert (75), Kansas State, def. Engel
man (80), 3-0.
Shaw (81), Kansas State, tied Corbin
(81) , U4-1W.
- Linscott (78), Kansas, def. Breit (80),
Dusenhury (81), Kansas State, tied
Carlson (Bl). l't.-tM,.
Athey (80), Kansas Statu, def. King
E NEVER CLOSE
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DIVIDEND BONDED GAS
16th & P Srs.
(Dave Crook, Kent McCloughan, Lynn
Headley and Gil Gebo) 3:22.7. 2, Okla
homa State, 3:23.6. 3, Oklahoma, 3:42.4,
College sprint medley 1. Lamar Tech
(Brian Davis, Terry Guidry. Jim Mc
Cloud and Joe Leblanc) 3:20. 2, Texas
Southern 3:20.2. 3, Lincoln University,
Missouri. 3:24.7. 4, Kirksville, Mo., State
Freshman sprint medley 1, Oklahoma
State (Douftlas McDougald. Gus Deaton.
Jav Beltz and Jimmie Metcalf) 3:30. 2.
Kansas 3:30.9. 3, Nebraksa 3:31.1. 4.
Kansas State 3:32.4. Ties meet record
by North Texas State 1083.
400-meter hurdle 1, Bay Hilbnrn,
Texas Western. 2, Cliff Cushman, Law
rence, Kan. 3, Ronald Peters, Missouri.
4. Don Styron, Commerce, Texas. Time
5.000-meter run 1. Geoff Walker,
Houston. 2, Paul Aeevedo, Kansas. 3, Lee
Couieamp, Denver. 4, Floyd Waddle.
Northeast Missouri State. Time 14:36.0.
Record. Old record 14:58.8 by Miles Ei
enman, Oklahoma State, 1960.
Shotput - 1, Danny Roberts, Texas AtM,
60-2 record (old record 59-77 by Bill
Neider, Kansas, 1956). 2, George Woods,
Southern Illinois, 60-Vi .3, Dave Magrane,
Drake 55-5M-. 4, tie, Eugene Crews, Mis
souri, and Robert Neuman, Missouri, 53-
Triple jump 1. John Kelly, Boulder.
Colo., 48-94. 2, Dave Thomas, California
State, 47-7. 3, Luther Brown, Jefferson
City, Mo., 47-8'4. 4, Bob Daugherty, Tulsa
High Jump 1, Tyce Smith. Kansas,
6-4". 2. Rod Williams, Fort Hays State.
6-4V. 3, Russ Laverty, Oklahoma State.
6-4' . 4. tie, Jim Jappe, Pittsburg State,
and Charles Twiss, Kansas, 6-2V-
Pole vault 1, Floyd Manning, Kansas,
15-9". 2, Jim Farrell, Oklahoma. 15-9'4.
3, Bill Youncer. Missouri, 15-0. 4, BlUy
Pemelton, Abilene Christian, 15-0.
Javelin 1, Mike Pitko, Emporia, Kan.,
Stale, 221-814. 2. Dick Carpenter, Wichita,
214-.T4. 3, James Murdock, Southwest
Missouri State, 211-10. .4. Harold Noll,
University discus throw 1, Danny Rob
erts, Texas AiiM. 176-9. 2. Jerry
.Schwartz., Kansas, lS8-66. 3, Dave Glov
er, Texas ASM, 164-6. 4. Rich Inman.
University broad jump 1, Victor
Brooks, Nebraska. 23-10's. 2, Willie Dent.
Lincoln, Mo. 23-3. 3, Richard Perry, Ar
kansas. 23-2Mi. 4. Wayne Clinton, North
east Missouri State, 23-1V4.
championships will soon be
Beta Theta Pi won the Fra
ternity "A" Div. I over Phi
Delta Theta 9-15, 15-11, 15-11.
Fraternity "A" Div. II
went to Ag Men as they beat
Sigma Alpha Mu 9-15, 15-11,
Phi Delta Theta won Fra
ternity "B" Div. Ill over Beta
Theta Pi 15-11, 15-9.
The winners in each divi
sion play each other for the
Tuesday finds Beta Theta
Pi-A vs. Ag Men-A.
Thursday's softball results
Sigma Alpha Mu 8 Delta
Sigma Pi 3
Pershing 6 Governor's 1
Capital 23 Fairfield 18
Kappa Sigma 25 Sigma Nul
In Friday's games:
Delta Tau Delta over Sig
ma Phi Epsilon 17-16
Farmhouse beat Alpha
Gamma Rho 14-3
Phi Psi's defeated Phi Gam
ma Delta 21-20
Crows over the Dental Col
In deep water basketball
Thursday night Phi Kappa
Psi beat Beta Theta Pi 20-13.
Now that the contract for
the South addition to Memor
ial Stadium has been let and
work is beginning, Nebras
ka ticket manager Jim Pit
tenger expects the tempo of
requests for Cornhusker foot
ball season tickets to speedup
"Already more than 3,000
of the new seats have been
reserved," Pittenger said.
"And with the present Stadi
um sold out for 1964, the de
mand for space in the new
section is growing."
Pittenger said that Nebras
ka fans may order South Sta
dium tickets any time now
and reminded that a check
for the requested tickets
should accompany the order.
The Nebraska ticket mana
ger indicated that his office
would begin billing season
ticket re-orders and new or
ders early in June.
Peter Kiewit and Sons of
Omaha will construct the new
permanent addition to Me
morial Stadium which will
raise seating capacity to 47,
000. The Board of Regents
this week awarded the $339,900
contract which calls for com
pletion by August 31.
Quarterhorse Show Features New Event
A $300 championship cattle
cutting contest has been add
ed to the University Block
and Bridle Club's 1964 Quar
ter Horse Show, according to
Walter Bjorklund, chairman
of the show committee.
Anyone who owns a regis
tered quarter horse is eligi
ble to enter, Bjorklund said.
All entry blanks, accom
panied by proof of registra
tion of the horse, must be in
the hands of the Block and
Bridge Club by noon April
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