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    The Daily Nebraskan
Monday, May 10, 1963
Page 4
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Sophs, Ends, Passers
Sparkle In Awesome
Show Of Pigskin Power
Daily Nebraskan
By Bob Samuclson
The 7,000 fans who braved
the threatening weather to
witness the intrasquad foot
ball gam were rewarded
with a brilliant show of depth
and power as the Reds Whip
ped the Whites, 33-27.
The score was unimportant.
The significance of the con
test was the promise shown
by a number of new players.
Dennis Richnafsky emerged
as the star of the contest,
and deservidly so, for he
amazed the fans with his fine
pass catching. Richnafsky
seemed to be able to field
anything near enough to him
to see, as his scrambling
catches brought applause
again and again. Richnafsky
is diminuitive in an end corps
of giants at 5-10, 170.
Actually with forty-three
passes being lofted, it was
hard for the ends not to stand
out Freeman White, return
in; All-Big-Eight end, made
Y s game debut as split end,
and pulled in five receptions
for 101 yards and two touch
downs. White dropped three or
four passes that he will be"
expected to hold on to next
Miles Kimmel, a converted
quarterback, was another and
bears watching. Playing tight
nd near the end of the con
test, Kimmel grabbed a pass
from Dennis Morrison and
raced thirty-one yards for the
Another standout was soph
omore Charlie 'C h o o-Choo'
Winters. Winters gained 28
yards on the ground, and add
ed a thirteen-yard touchdown
romp early in the fourth quar
ter. Ron Poggemeyer, a veter
an from last year's squad,
looked as if he had
seen the game films before
they game was played. He
was always in the right places
at the right time.
Besides placing some ac
curate punts in the coffin
corner, Poggemeyer intercep
ted a pass and recovered a
fumble as wll as adding some
exciting punt returns.
A relatively unherald
ed newcomer who scooted for
79 yards rushing and a fine
touchdown sprint of 58 yards
was Mick Ziegler. The 180
pounder followed his blockers
well, and showed fine speed
on his way to being the top
ground-gainer of the day.
Coach Devaney had mixed
emotions' at the conclusion of
the game. This reporter has
no qualms about saying that
the group of football players
who played Saturday includ
ed some of the finest collec
tion of talent ever to wear
the scarlet and cream.
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Bahnson, (left), Hergenrader . . . Duo picked up wins this weekend at Oklahoma
By James Pearse
"Bob Hergenrader's victory
on Friday was the greatest
pitching of his career." These
were the words of Coach Tony
Sharpe as he reflected back
on the weekend series with
Oklahoma State which Ne
braska won two games to one
as the Huskers got a pair of
fine pitching performances in
Friday's double victory, 9-2,
Coach Sharpe went on to
say that all three NU pitch
ing performances were excel
lently turned in. Stan Bahn
sen won the first game Fri
day on a six-hitter, and Gary
Neibauer suffered the lone
loss, despite a good showing,
Bahnsen was supported by
a blistering twelve hit Hus
ker attack which produced
the seven run cushion.
Trailing by two runs in the
fifth inning Nebraska came
alive on Gary Tunnison's
t h r e e-run homer. Tunnison
was -one of a trio of Ne
braskans to collect two hits
apiece in the opening win.
Second base replacement for
NU's leading hitter, injured
Randy Harris, Jim Smith and
catcher Larry Bornschlegl
joined Tunnison in the two
hit circle.
The Huskers sealed the
victory with six runs in the
sixth frame when they chased
starting pitcher, and OSU los
er, Bumpas.
Hergenrader was not as
blessed with runs or bits but
his control was sharp and Ms
poise at a peak.
The Lincoln product faced
OSU's Kuykendall, previous
ly undefeated in three outings.
Kuykendall also sparkled in
the extra inning contest as he
fanned thirteen NU batsmen.
Hergenrader found himself
in trouble on occassion, but
unlike early season circum
stances, his control and the
defensive play behind h i m
kept him unscared in the bril
liant nine-inning affair.
The deciding, and only,
runs of the game came home
in the top of the ninth by way
of pinch-hitter Jim Steven
son's bat.
After getting only two saf
ties off Kuykendall through
the first eight innings, Jim
Smith singled and Frank So
lich doubled in the H u s k e r
ninth. The coach Sharpe
called on Stevenson, a .111
With the count at 2-2, Ste
venson drilled the ball up the
middle and except for Her
genrader's last three outs, the
Cowboys had been gunned
Neibauer took the mound
for Nebraska to hurl Satur
day's wind-up. Facing anoth
er undefeated OSU lurler,
Neibauer pitched a fine ball
game, but w as unable to get
runs to back his burling.
This has plagued the Scotts
bluff sophomore throughout
the spring season. Coach
Sharpe took note of the play
ers saying that in Neibauer's
twenty-five or so innings on
the mound he has gotten only
one run behind him.
Frank remained undefeated
for OSU as he gave Nebraska
a slim four hits.
At the close of the Stillwa
ter weekend, Nebraska finds
itself with an 8-5 conference
mak, good for third place.
Along with the fine pitch
ing, Coach Sharpe had words
of praise for Jim Smith. Smith
subbing for Harris, had nev
er played second base before
Friday. For the series, Smith
handled twenty chances with
out an error, and was in on
six of the Huskers seven
double plays. Hewas also four
for twelve at the plate.
Coach Sharpe labeled the
series as one of the best de
fensive showings of the year.
He was still concerned over
the Huskers inability to hit
when they need it. This was
a contributing factor in Nei
bauer's loss of a fine pitch
ing effort.
However, the team's mor
ale is higher than at any pre
vious time this season, and
they are making an all out
effort to finish strong.
The lead Missouri has built
up seems almost insurmount
able, but the Tigers have to
finish the season against sec
ond place Iowa State in Ames.
As for the Huskers, they
have an outside chance for all
the mables, but in any event
they will be battling to end
up high in the standings.
The Huskers play their
last home series this coming
weekend with Oklahoma.
They complete the season at
Kansas the following week.
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By Pejgy Speece
Cruisin' Charlie Greene
sped to a new meet record in
the 100-yard dash as Nebras
ka lost an 82-63 decision to Mis
souri Saturday afternoon.
Greene skimmed over the
distance in :09.5 to break the
record established by the
great Roland Locke of Ne
braska back in 1926 and tied
in 1963 by Husker Ray Knaub,
Greene also anchored the
440-yard relay team to an easy
:41.1 victory.
Other bright spots in an oth
erwise drab afternoon were
Dave Crook's 47.5 victory in
the 440 for a new meet stand
ard, Preston Love's 46-1 k tri
ple jump leap that moved him
into the top five in the con
ference, and Jim Scherzberg's
14:58.8 three-mile which
moved him into the chart of
leading three-milers in the
Big Eight.
"Run a mile!" quipped Ti
ger Robin Lingle before the
meet when asked if there was
anything anyone could do for
him. But he didn't need any
help in that department He
settled back on the rain-softened
track and coasted to a
4:12.2 new meet record with
teammate Charlie Conrad
right by his side.
Jim Wendt fell too far be
hind Missouri's Bill Rawson
on the first lap of the 880-yard
run and could not recover as
Rawson won in 1:53.1.
The Tigers used strength in
the hurdles to pull out the
team victory. Co-Captain Cal
Groff won the high hurdles
in :14.3 and teammate Caret
von Netzer was second. The
Huskers Love was third.
The Tigers also roared to a
1-2-3 finish in the 330-yard in
termediates with Ron Peters
leading Eric Alexander and
Jim Wilson to a :38.3 win.
Nebraska recorded firsts in
both the high jump and jave
lin. Jack Cramer and Mis
souri's Steve Herndon both
went 6-2 but Cramer was
awarded first on fewer misses.
Herndon, nursing a muscle in
jury received at Drake, hurt
the muscle further and is a
doubtful contender for next
week's conference meet.
Husker Kent Tarbutton
threw the javelin 184 feet tr
score a win in that event
Husker Lynn Headley sat
out the meet, still having
trouble from a leg muscle In
jury incurred at Drake.
Khotroil 1. -Gene O-ewd OWU), S74j
2, Jim Beltzer, (NU) Sl-B'i,; 8, ea
Lizaroft, fMU 4B-11. fMnrt record, old
record 64-10 by Crews, 1HH4).
Jawlln 1, Ken THrbuttnn CNXT) 1M:
t, Mike Kremer. (MU) 15M; 8, Caret
Von Netzer rMU) 151-6.
Hlrt lump 1. Jack Cramer CND -2;
S. Kieve Herndon (MU) S, Preston
Love (NU) 6-0.
4lt-relay 1. Nebraska 'Tom Millsap.
Dave Cro ok, Kay Harvey, Charlie
Greene) T. 41.1.
Mile Run 1, Rnhin LlnKle (MU):
Charles Conrad (MU); B, Mauro Altizio
(NUi. 4:12.2. (Meet record, old record
4:13.3 by Mike Fleming (NU) 1M3).
44.yard dash a. Dave Crook (NU):
2. Koben Kneile (MU): 8. Dick Strand
(NU). T. 47.6. (Meat record, old record
47.7 by Greg Felsier (MU), 1W)
IM-yard dash 1, Charlie Greene (NU)J
J, Charles Allen (MU): 3. Tom Millsap
(NU). T. 9.5 (Meet record, old record
:IW.6. by Koland Locke (NU), 1WM and
Kay Knaub .(NU) 1MI.
Wisoua 0. Gene Crews (MU) 147-B; I,
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.Tim Belteer, MJI 133-4'i; i. Mike Kre
mer. iMU) 122-8.
Pelf Vault 1. Gene Clark MTT) 13:
S. Ron Fecht iXU 13-6; i. Ricll
Siuar.le U) 13-0.
Broad Jump 1, Irwin Mitchell (MU)
22-31; J. Earl True (XL) 21-714; i.
Km Peters (MU) 21-3.
Triple Jamp 1. Preston Love NU)
46-114 ; 2. Irwin Mitchell I.MU 43-6; i.
Earl True (NU 42-11.
1S0-H.H. 1. Cal Groff MU1 i. Caret
von Netzer (MU); 3, Preston Love (.YUi.
T. :14.3.
Bli-rard rtra 1, Bin Kawson VU): 2.
Jim Wendt OJU); S. Larry Ray (MUX
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2, Dave Crook X')i J tevm Hallibur
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JMi-vard bardies 1. Ron Peters OnTDj
2, Enc Alevander MU); 8. Jim iloa
ML"). T. 36.8.
Three-mile run 1. I j m Schnrzberf
(M i; 2. Larry Toothaker NU)i i. Jo
Charlebille MU). T. 14:S6.7.
Mile Relay L MiBsonri (Steve Rain
burton, Robin Lingle, Charles Raomn.
Robert Kneille); T. 3:16.2. Meet record,
old record 3:17.8 by Missouri. 1S63).
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