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Thursday, April 1, 1965
Page 4
The Daily N'ebraskan
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Freshman Postal Meet
Shorn Kansas Strength
Kansas, showing fine
strength in the middle-distance
and distance events and get
ting a triple-record-setting
performance out of Gene Mc
Clain, has won the 1965 Big
Eight Conference freshman
postal track meet.
For the third consecutive
year Nebraska did not enter
the meet. It is the policy of
the track coaching depart
ment not to enter this event.
The Jayhawkers picked up
virually all of their 55 points
in the 600, 880, 1000, mile and
two mile, with McClain, Rick
Jamison, Curtis Grindal, Al
len Russell, and Jim Smith, to
shade Kansas State for the
The Wildcats finished with
45 11-1.8 followed by Mis
souri, 33 11-18, Colorado, 28,
Oklahoma, Oklahoma State
and Iowa State.
McClain, the freshman cross
country winner, took the 880,
1000, mile, and two mile, plus
a piece of the 600, and in the
process recorded new marks
in the 1000 (2:14.7), mile
(4:11.6), and two mile
Dan Rinehard joined him in
the winners' circle for Kansas
by bettering the rest in the
shot put with a 51-2 heave.
Pacing Kansas State's second-place
effort were Harold
Wooten, who won both hurdle
events, tying the Big Eight
freshman mark of :07.3 in the
highs, and Ron Moody, who
copped a new Conference
standard of :06.1 in the 60
Colorado followed with a
pair of individual winners
Ray Mingle in the 400 with
a :50.1 and Chuck Rogers in
the pole vault with a 14-6 leap
and the best of the mile
relay units Jim Bench, Lar
ry Planta, Rich Fowler, and
Mingle, who hit 3:25.7.
Oklahoma' jumping duo
gained a pair of firsts with
borad jumper Ron Walker go
ing 22-20, and high jumper
Ron Tull leaping 6-8 . Shar
ing the 600 title with McClain
was Missouri's Gary Flager.
1965 Freshman Postal Track Meet Result
Kansas 55'4 Oklahoma 24-4 '9
Kansas Stat 45-1118 Oklahoma Stat 15-2 9
Missouri 33-U1B Iowa State 7-19
Colorado 28V4 fNebraska did not enter
60-Yard Dash 1. Ron Moody, Kansas State, :06.1 (new Big Eight freshman
record; old mark of :06.S held by 18 sprinters); 2. Bob Thurn. Kansas State, :OB2;
S Tie between Don June, Kansas State, and Larry Plants, Colorado, :06.3; 5. Tie
among Mike Compton, Oklahoma, Jim Hardwick, Oklahoma, Ron Hester, Oklahoma
State, Stevt Moran, Missouri, Ouentin Remy, Oklahoma State, John Smith, Oklahoma,
Ron Walker, Oklahoma, and Harold Wooten, Kansas State. :06.4.
440-Yard Dash 1. Ray Mingle, Colorado, :50.1: 2. Ron Moody. Kansas Stata,
:50.2; 3. Harold Wooten, Kansas State, :50.5; 4. Rich Fowler, Colorado, :51.1; 8.
James Hardwick, Oklahoma, :51.4.
600-Yard Run 1. Tie between Gene McClain, Kansas, and Gary Flager, Missouri,
1:14.6; 3. Ron Moody, Kansas State, 1:14.7; 4. Derails Hill, Oklahoma State, 1:14.9;
5. Rick Jamison. Kansas, 1:150.
880-Yard Run 1. Gene McClain, Kansas, 1:54.9; 8. Curtis Grindal, Kansas, 1:56 5;
3. Terry Thompson, Missouri, 1:56.1; 4. Rick Jamison, Kansas, 1:56.8; 5. Dennis Hill,
Oklahoma State, 1:57.9.
1000-Yard Run 1. Gene McClain, Kansas, 2:14.7 fNew Big Eight freshman rec
ord; old mark of 4:16.0 set by Conrad Nightengale, Kansas State, 1964); 2. Rick
Jamison, Kansas, 4:23.8; 3. Tie between Allen Russel, Kansas, and Bill Wells,
Missouri, 4:25.4; S. Terry Thompson, Missouri, 4:26.5.
Two-Mile Run 1. Gene McClaii., Kansas, 9.12.0 (New Big Eight freshman record;
old mark of 9:16.2 set by Conrad Nightengale, Kansas State, 1964); 2. Rick Jamison,
Kansas, 9:21.3; 3. Jim Smith, Kansas 9:23.2; 4. Robert Arnold, Missouri, 9:33.4; 4.
Louis TUirina, Kansas State, 9:38.8.
60-Yard High Hurdles 1. Harold Wooten, Kansas State, :07.3 Oles Big Eight
freshman record held by Ronald Moore, Nebraska, I960); 2. Tie between Ouentin
Remy, Oklahoma State, and Ron Walker, Oklahoma. :07.5; 4. Tie between John
Adams, Oklahoma, and Bill James, Colorado, :07 6.
60-Yard Low Hurdles 1. Harold Wooten, Kansas State, :06.9; 2. Tie among Bill
James, Colorado, Ouentin Remy, Oklahoma State, and Ron Walker, Oklahoma, :07.0;
i. Tie between James Hardwick, Oklahoma, and David Stevens, Kansas, :07.1.
Pole Vault 1. Chuck Rogers, Colorado, 14-6; 2. Roger Shoemaker, Kansas State,
13-10: Rex Harvey. Iowa State, ; 4. Tie between Don Allen, Oklahoma, and
Doug Winn, Kansas, 13-4.
Shot Put 1. Dan Rinehard, Kansas, 51-2; 2. Neil Davis, Missouri, 50-7; 3.
Hoger Boyd, Missouri, 50-5V4; 4. Ken Saeger, Missouri 49-5V4; 5. Russ Washington,
Missouri, 49-0. . , , .
High Jump 1. Ron Tull, Oklahoma, 6-8; 2. Don Timmermann, Iowa State. -Ms
1. Bob AHende. Oklahoma State, Mte; 4. Tie between Leo Hawkins, Kansas State,
and Steve Honeycutt, Kansas State, 6-2.
Broad Jump 1. Ron Walker, Oklahoma, 22-10; 2. Gary Rainwater, Missouri,
K-Bi,; 3. John Colquitt, Colorado. 22-8; 4. Don June, Kansas State, 22-7; 5. Sylves
ter Reed, Colorado, 21-8. ,
Mile Relay Colorado 'Jim Bench. Larry Planti, Rich Fowler. Ray Mingle),
S 25.7; 2. Kansas State, 3.26.2; 3. Oklahoma, 3:27.5; 4. Oklahoma State, 3:28.8; 5.
Missouri, 3:31.3.
60-Yard Dash Ron Moody, Kansas State, 1965, :06.L
440-Yard Dash Dave Perry, Oklahoma State, 1963, :49.2.
600-Yard Run Ralph Morris, Colorado, 1962, 1:12.0.
880-Yard Run Cliff Cushman, Kansas, 1957, 1:54.
low-Yard Run Gene McClain, Kansas, 1965. 2:14.7.
Mile Run-Gene McClain, Kansas, 1965, 4:11.6.
Two-Mile Ron Gene Me Clain, Kansas, 1965, 9.12.0.
60-Yard High Hurdles Ronald Moore, Nebraska, I960; and Harold Woolen,
Kansas State, 1965, :07.3. . , . ,
60-Yard Low Hurdles Ernest Gunter, Nebraska, 1960; Jess Tier, Oklahoma State,
1962; Jim Miller, Colorado, 1961; and Charlie Brown, Missouri, 1964, :06.8.
Pole Vault Jim Farreil, Oklahoma, 1963, 15-1V4.
Shot Put Henry Horn, Kansas, 1960, 56-3.
High Jump Leander Duriey, Colorado, 1962, 6-9.
Broad Jump Victor Brooks, Nebraska, 1961, 24-10. .
Mile Relay Oklahoma State (Dave Perry, Ray Bothwell, Don Morris, Arnold
proke). 1963. 3:18.7.
Bullets Hit Hawks 109-103
The Baltimore Bullets!
whacked the St. Louis Hawks
Tuesday night 109-103 to gain
entry to ttie finals of the
Western Division of the Na
tional Basketball Association.
Kevin Loughery led the
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Block L Bridle Club will
recognize a veteran feed in
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mer banker at its annual hon
ors banquet here May 20.
Russell Kendall of Nixon &
Co., Omaha, will be the 27th
individual honored by the
club since 1938 for outstand
ing contributions to the Ne
braska and national livestock
Livestock and feed industry
representatives and all others
interested in attending the din
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cure tickets at $2 each by
writing Block & Bridle Club,
Animal Science Hall, East
Campus, University of Ne
braska, Lincoln, Nebraska
The dinner will be held at
6.30 p.m. May 20 at the Ne
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Charlie Brown
Having Academic
If the soggy topsoil dries
out, spring football drills will
start in Tigerland sometime
this week.
Tentatively, Coach Dan De
vine hopes his practice fields
will be ready for early use,
but this may be wishful think
ing. The Bengals already have
been delayed two weeks by an
unseasonable March.
Devlne will have 18 letter
men back this fall, but the
springtime roster of 90-plus
candidates doesn't list a cou
ple of prominent halfbacks,
Charlie Brown and Earl Den
ny. Both sophomores have
been excused at the outset,
Devine said, to get their aca
demic work in good order
but possibly will join the
squad later on a limited ba
sis. Four other football players
are involved in varsity base
ball, and therefore excused.
In this group are backs Ray
Thome. Lloyd Carr and Bob
Robben and lineman Mike
Eader, the lone letterman.
Blue-printing his eighth
football team at Missouri,
Devine calls development of
an offensive line, ana im
provement of the Tigers' pass
ing game, two of the most vi
tal objectives this spring.
"Fourteen of the 18 letter-
men we lost were linemen,
he says, "and we need to find
people who can block. Also,
our passing attack has to get
better. We had 16 intercepted
last year."
Good backs, Devine con
cedes, there will be in the
Mizzou camp this September.
Brown and Denny, as men
tioned, may be seldom-seen
this sarins and Monroe
Phelps, a regular halfback in
'62 until lost with a mid-sea-
son knee injury, is expected
back this fall. Now enrolled
at Joplin junior college, he'll
be immediately eligible.
But old staridbvs Gary Lane
and Carl Reese will give the
quarterback and fullback
posts a veteran iook tnis
spring. Behind Lane, t n e
league's two-time total of
fense king, is Gary Kombnnk,
a nifty 5-9 rookie from Belle
ville, 111., who was held out of
varsity action last year.
Reese's alternate will be ei
ther Dave Grana, a "1964 re
serve, or Barry Lischner
slashing ball-carrier for the
freshmen last year.
Defensively, the backfield
outlook is good. Gone are line
backer Gus Otto and safety-
man Vince Tobin, but the
Dresence of Johnny Roland,
Ken Boston and Gary Gross-
nickle a late-season sub for
the injured Tobin should
ease problems in the second
As for the Tigers' defensive
line, it's staffed with hold
overs at six of seven positions
and anchored by senior
tackles Butch Allison and
Bruce Van Dyke. Moving into
that one void at end will be
Russ Washington, 6-6 and 265
pound rookie from Kansas
City (Southeast).
Washington, Mike Wempe of
Lawrence Kan. a 6-3 and
235-pound t a c k le and
Lischner of Pittsburgh, Pa.
are considered to be the most
gifted sophomores-to-be.
Kansas State
Tries To Gain
More Line Size;
Squad Depth
There is a promise of ex
citement, of wide-open football
action, in Doug Weaver's
words when he talks about
Saturday's (April 3) intra
squad football spring game at
Kansas State. Kickoff in Me
morial Stadium is 2:00 p.m.
"We have the largest squad
in numbers and I would sup
pose the largest squad physr
cally that we've ever had at
Kansas State," he said. ' This
could be one of the more ex
citing, action-f tiled games
that we've had."
The Wildcat head coach
plans to use the top offensive
and top defensive unit, spiked
with no more than 10 re
serves, against the rest of the
"Out top two units num
ber one offense and number
one defense have been
scrimmaging against each
other. Now we are asking
them to 'kiss and make up,'
to oin forces against tne sec
ond, third and fourth units,"
Doue explained. "It shapes ar
as a fine match with some
promising football players on
both sides.
The top units are long on
experience, of course, with
the liklihood of claiming at
least a dozen of the 18 Wild
cat lettermen taking part in
spring drills. The top unit on
defense shows eight "K" men.
but the lineup will look strange
to fans because of a shuffle
in positions.
Weaver explains: "We have
a lot of competition at all
soots, but end probably is the
most wide open spot on our
team right now. With Bill
Matan, our only returnee from
the too four ends of last fall,
out for baseball, all four spots
are being manned by n e w
players. We've moved (Dave)
Langford from tackle to end;
(Jerrv) Cook from linebacker
to end on our defenseive unit."
Other shifts show Fullback!
Gary Pankratz and Guard
Phil King now trying offen
sive end; former tackles John
Cairl and Jim Johnson both
250 pounders now playing
guard on offense; former
guards Rich Wilkinson ana
Warren Klawiter now playing
tackle on offense; and former
end Mark Bolick now playing
fullback on offfense.
Weaver plans to split his
quarterback quartet, two to
each side tor Saturdays
p a m e. Vic Castillo, sopho-
ore, ran the Wildcats' top of
fensive unit last Saturday in
scrimmage. Ed Danieley, only
lettermen in the set, worked
on a both-way unit.
Matt Sinisi. Dodge City
Juco transfer of last season,
and Mike White, 165-p o u n d
freshman, are a little behind
the other two quarterbacks at
this stage, the Wildcat coach
said. But Weaver looks tor
them to come up fast in the
intense competition at the
All told, the spring game
will show 60 new men squad
members untested in varsity
competition on a squad of 87.
Weaver explained that al
though the spring game will
climax spring workouts,
which began March 12, the
Wildcats will use the week
following the game for review
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