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The Daily Nebraskan
Thursday, May 12, 1966
Greene, Relay Team
Ahead In Big Eight
BIO EIGHT CONFERENCE TRACK AND FIELD BESTS
(Throufh Mcen of May 7, 1966)
1. 4:03.1 John Lwson (Kansas) at Soulhfm Illinois University
a. 4:04. J Allen Russell (Kansas) at Southern Illinois University (3)
3. 4:05. 7 Conrad Nightengale (Kansas Slate) vs. Missouri
4. 4:06.6 Tom Von Ruden (Oklahoma State) at Drake Relays
i. 4 06.4 Bill Wells (Missouri) vs. Oklahoma State (2)
4:08.4 Charles Conrad (Missouri) vs. Nebraska
7. 4:0i.6-Chris McCubbins (Oklahoma State) vs. Arkansas (2)
fl 4:10.3 Orlando Martinex (Nebraska) at Drake Relays (4)
1. : 09.3 Charlie Green (Nebraska) at Drake Relays
2. :09.5 James Jerkson (Oklahoma) at Arizona
3. :09.6 Lynn Headley (Nebraska) at Iowa State and at Kansas Relays
:09.S Harry Alley (Iowa State) ve. Mankato Stat.
5. :09.7 Phil Aldridae i Oklahoma) at Aiizona (2) and at Kansas Relays (Z
:09.7 Larry Plantz (Colorado) at Wyoming (2)
1. :46 s Bill Calhoun (Oklahoma) at Oklahoma State
:4.9 Dave Crook (Nebraska) at Air Force Academy
:47.1 Steve Carson .Iowa State) vs. Nebraska and Minnesota
:47.2 Don Payne (Kinsas State) at Southwestern Relays
:47.2 Dwight Peck iKansas) at Southern Iillinois University
6. :47.3-Oim Metcalf (Oklahoma State) vs. Oklamoma (2)
130 High Hurdles
1. : 14.1 Caret von Netier (Missouri) at Arkansas Relays (2)
:14.1 Harold Wooten (Kansas State) at Arkansas Relays (P)
S. :14.3 Ray Harvey (Nebraska) at Kansas Relays (S-2)
4. :14.4 Dave Kudron .Nebraska) at Air Force Academy and at Missouri
5. :14.5 Mark Keller (Colorado) at Wyoming
: 14.5 John Adams (Iowa State) vs. Mankato State '
1. 1:40.8 John Perry (Oklahoma State) vs. Oklahoma
2. 1:49.1 Tom Von Ruden (Oklahoma Slate) vs. Oklahoma (2)
3. 1:49.3 Lowell Paul (Kansas) at Southern Illinois University
4. 1:49.5 Jim Metcalf (Oklahoma State) at Missouri (2)
5. 1:50.9 Terry Thompson i Missouri) vs. Oklahoma Stat (3)
. 1:51 0 Charles Conrad (Missouri) at Kansas Slat
7. 1:524 Jim Shields (Oklahoma) at Arizona
8. 1:52.5 Lee Calhoun (Oklahoma) at Arizona (3)
I. :21.0 Phil Aldridie (Oklahoma) at Arizona
:21.1 Mickey Miller (Oklahoma Slate) vs. Oklahoma
:21. 3 Charlie Greene (Nebraska) at Air Force Academy
:21.4 Bill Calhoun (Oklahoma) at Arizona (2) and at Oklanoma state (2)
:21.4 Jim Jackson (Oklahoma) at Arizona (3)
6. :21.6 Ron Hester (Oklahorna Stale) vs. Arkansas
:21 6 Don Payne (Kansas Slate) vs. Oklahoma and Southern Illinois University
139 Intermediate Hurdles
L :37.6 Harold Wooten (Kansas State) vs. Oklahoma and Southern Illinois Univer
sity a. :37.8 Dave Kudron .Nebraska) at Missouri
:37.8 Doug McDougall (Oklahoma Stale vs. Oklahoma
4. :3R.4-Jim Hardwick (Oklahoma) vs. Nebraska
5. :38.5 Warren Houffhton (Colorado) at Air Force (2)
6. :39 0 Ray Burrus (Oklahoma State) vs. Oklahoma (2)
7. :39.5 Caret von Neuer (Missouri) at Kansas State (2)
Three Mile Rua
1. 14 07.3 John I-awson (Kansas) at Southern Illinois University
2. 14:15.8 Chris MoCubbins (Oklahoma Slate) at Missouri
3. 14:22.9 Mike Terry (Kansas State) vs. Missouri
5. 14:37.4 Allen Russell (Kansas) at Southern Illinois University
. 14:40.3 Tip McCubbins (Oklahoma Slate vs. Oklahoma (2)
7. 14:44.1 David Lee (Iowa State) vs. Nebraska and Minnesota (2)
Two Mile Run
1. 8:48.8 John Lawson (Kansas) at Southern Relays (2)
2. 9:02.4 Chris McCubbins (Oklahoma Stale) at Drake Relays CO
3. 9:054 Conrad Nightingale (Kansas State) at Drake Relays (4j
1. 9:002 Chris McCubbins (Oklahoma State) vs. Arkansas
2. 9:01 0 Conrad Nightingale (Kansas Slate) at Lamar Tech
1. 60-0"s Gene Crews (Missouri) at Texas Relays (3)
2. 57-91? Jim Beluer (Nebraska) at Iowa State (2)
3. 55-6 Gary Ban- (Kansas) at Southwestern Relays
4. 55-4 Terry Ten Eyck (Colorado) at New Mexico (Z
5. 53-5i Barry King (Colorado) at Arizona
1. 178-9H Cary Schwartz (Kansas) at Southwestern Relays (21
2. 176-0 Barry King (Colorado) at Wyoming
3. lTl-lO.? Miles Lister (Oklahoma State) vs. Arkansas
4. 167-9V5 Carl Pellegrini (Oklahoma) at Kansas State
5. 166-4 Gordon Wheeler (Oklahoma) at Kansas State (2)
6. 165-717 Gary Barr (Kansas i at Kansas Relays (2)
7. 163-0 Dennis Hat in (Nebraska) at Kansas Relays (3)
1. 238-11 Tom Purma (Kansas) at Southern Illinois University
2. 221-9 Bud Roper (Kansas State) at Arkansas Relays (2)
3. 221-5 Byron Berline (Oklahoma) at Arizona (3)
4. 220-101 Henry Bell (Oklahoma State) vs. Oklahoma
5. 208-9 Jim Pankratz (Kansas) at Arkansas 14)
6 206-11-3 Glen Arbeau (Colorado) at New Mexico (2)
J. 7-11! Ron TuD (Oklahoma) vs. Missouri (all-time Big Eight best)
2. 6-11 Jim Johnson (Olkahoma) at Texas Relays (2)
3. 6-10 Steve Hemdont Missouri) at Texas Relays (5) and vs. Oklahoma (2)
4. Steve Krebs (Nebraska) at Iowa State and at Air Force Academy
5. 6-6 Art Cortez (Kansas) at Southewestem Relays (3)
6-S Ralph Light IKansas) at Southwestern Relaj (5)
1. 25-l-4 Gary Ard (Kansas) at Southwestern Relays 2)
2. 25-OMi Art Cortez (Kansas) at Southwestern Relays (3)
S. 24-6 Bob Bauers (Colorado) at Wyomin.
4. 24-4 Ron Hestern (Oklahoma State) at Arkansas Relays
5. 23-7 William Harris (Colorado) at Wyoming
. 23-6 Don Eilis (Oklahoma) vs. Missouri
7. 23-5 Gary Rainwater (Missouri) at Arkansas Relays (4)
1. 48-T3-4 Lee Calhoun (Oklahoma) at Kansas Relays (2)
2. 47-11H Gary Ard (Kansas) at Drake Relays (2)
3. 471 Row Allen (Colorado) at Colorado Relays
4. 46-l4 Gerald Vande Garde (Iowa State) at Drake (3)
5. 45-11 Sylvester Reed (Colorado) at Colorado Relays (2)
6. 45-5'? Larry Hills (Iowa State) vs. Air Force Academy
1. !-5 Chuck Rogers (Colorado) at Colorado Relays (all-time Big Eight best)
2. lf-7 Jim Fan-ell (Oklahoma i at Drake Relays (4)
3. 14-6 Charles Beck (Missouri) at Arkansas (3)
14-6 Mike Burdick (Kansas) at Southwestern Relays (2)
!-6 Ray Emerson (Iowa State) vs. State College Iowa
I. :4L0 Nebraska (Tom Millsap, Dave Crook, Lynn Headley, Charlie Greene) at
:41.0 Oklahoma (Phil Aldridge. Jim Hamilton, Bill Calhoun, Jim Jackson) at
I. :4L1 Colorado (Larry Plana, William Harris, Ben George, Estes Banks) at
4. :41.2 Kansas State (Bill Selbe, Harold Wooten, Ron Moods', oDn Payne) vg.
1. 3:08.5 Oklahoma? Tom Melton, :47 8: Jim Shields, :47.7: Jim Hardwick, :47.6;
Bill Calhoun, :45.4) at Oklahoma State (all-time Big Eight best)
2. 3 08.9 Oklahoma State (Arnold Droke, :47.8; Tom Von Ruden, :47.9; John Perry,
:46,6; Jim Metcalf, :46.6) vs. Oklahoma (2
3. 3:09.4 Kansas State (Bill Selbe, Harold Wooten, Ron Moody, Von Payne) at
Kansas Relays (2)
4. 3:09.9 Nebraska i Dermis Walker, Dave Kudron, Les Hellbusch, Dave Crook) at
X !W I, 1
Tickets On Sale May 16
For Full Time Students
Full time students now on
the University of Nebraska
campus will be permitted to
purchase student football tick
ets during the days of May
16th through May 20th at the
Non-full time students now
on the University campus will
be able to purchase tickets in
the fall just as would new stu
dents and entering freshmen.
Students desiring single
seats must go to the ticket of
fice at the Coliseum or to a
table on the floor of the Coli
seum on the designated days,
present their ID Cards, and
pay ten dollars for the ticket.
Each student will be given a
receipt and the ticket office
will retain a record of the pur
chase. Students will draw a
lottery number at the time of
Orders will be filled with
the lowest lottery number be
ing filled first. Upon filling the
ticket order, the ticket will be
attached to the card which
was retained by the ticket of
fice to be picked up next fall.
For block sections, a repre
sentative for a group must
present ID cards and ten dol
lars for each peron in h i s
block. A receipt will be re
turned to the representative
for each student in the block.
The remaining procedure will
be similar to that for single
Block orders will be filled
just as the single seats with
block sections being treated as
a single seat in the lottery.
During a given time in the
fall, all students must come to
the ticket office and upon pre
sentation of the receipt and
ID Card, he will be given his
Ticket orders will be
checked against the list of stu
dents receiving free admission
to the games Athletes, band
members, concession sellers,
etc. These people will not be
permitted to buy a student
Any student not participat
ing in the lottery during the
specified time must purchase
his ticket just as a new stu
dent in the fall.
Current graduate students
and seniors expecting to be
come graduate students will
be handled just as other stu
dents. New Students
Since it is contemplated that
the spring sale will utilize all
of the available east stadium
seats, all new students and
freshmen will have to sit in
the north and south stadiums,
with the south stadium being
Block sales will be avail
able in the fall, but no lottery
will be used for their sale.
They will be assigned on a
first-come, first-serve basis.
Students purchasing tickets
in the spring who do not at
tend the University next fall
will be permitted a full refund
if the ticket office is notified
in writing by September 1st.
Tickets refunded will be sold
to upperclassmen buying tick
ets in the fall.
Students applying for re
funds after September 1st, but
before the first game, will be
refunded $8.00. Students apply
ing for refunds after the first
home game, but before the
second game, will be refunded
$5.00. No refunds will be given
after the the second home
Nebraska's ticket office will
be closed from Tuesday, May
10, until Monday, May 16, di
rector Jim Pittenger an
nounced. The staff will use the week
of privacy to compile all the
information regarding season
ticket reorders In an effort to
begin processing new orders.
''The way the mail man
swamped the girls Monday
and Tuesday with hundreds
of renewals, I'm sure they
could use a vacation," Jim
grinned. "But we're going to
lock the doors and devote full
attention to tabulating where
we stand, so we can start pro
cessingticket orders for new
Pittenger estimated Monday
the izy before the deadline
for reorders, that more than
90 of the 1965 season ticket
holders had renewed.
Tony Sharpe, Jr. . . . will be Nebraska's lead-off man
Huskers To Play Buffs
In Three-Game Series
The University of Nebraska
golf team will take a 10-6-1
dual meet record into the Big
Eight Conference golf tourna
ment this weekend at Co
Nebraska's five man team
will consist of Charlie Bomer,
Bob Lau, Chuck Sweetman,
Nick West, and Bill Messick.
Last year the Huskers fin
ished sixth in the conference
"I think we should move up
possibly one or two notches
depending on how well the
boys do as a group," said
Husker golf coach Harry
A total of 54 holes will he
played in the Big Eight Tour
nament with 36 of them on
Friday and 18 on Saturday.
The tournament will be held
on the Missouri U golf course.
Nebraska To Enter 19
In Big 8 Track Meet
Nebraska will take a 19-man
squad to the Big Eight Track
and Field Championships Fri
day and Saturday at Co
Nebraska's entries, along
with the entrant's best mark JfJ FrCslllllGll
High Jumo Steve Krebs (6-6i.
Triple Jump Dave Janky (43-9'i).
Broad Jump Janky UHim.
Discus Haaln (163-4).
Pole Vault Ron Fecht (14-0).
Mile Relay 3:09.9 (Crook. Kudron,
Walker, Hellbusch, Lee. Scott).
440-Relay :41.0 (Crook, Headley, Mill-
Bob Hergenrader, Bob Stic
kels. and Gary Neibauer will
start for Nebraska this week
end as the Huskers continue
to challenge the Big Eight for
the 1966 baseba;i title.
"We're still in the race
mathematically", feels Coach
Tony Sharpe. "We've got our
back to the wall, sure, but
we can still win the title if
things go our way."
Nebraska plays a three
game series with Colorado in
Lincoln this week. Friday's
doubleheader will start at 1:30
p.m. Saturday's game will be
gin at 11:00 a.m., prior to the
Spring Football game at Sea
crest Field which starts at
Sharpe also announced the
batting order for the Huskers'
for this week.
Tony Sharpe, Jr. will be the
lead-off man for the Huskers.
Tony Junior will play second
base. John Roux, short-stop,
will be the number two man.
Bob Churchich will take the
number three post.
Coach Sharpe explained that
Colorado will put two left
handers against the Huskers
so Sharpe's strategy includes
putting three right-handers
Sharpe also said that Clay
ton Luther will catch for
Hergenrader in the first game
of Friday's doubleheader but
that Wayne Kissler will catch
for Stickels in the nightcap.
j I3TH AND'P" "
STORY OF TODAY!
f L,r: .11
100-Yard Dash Oiartie Greene (:(W.S,
Lynn Headley (:09.6, Tom Millsap
(:09.6. Larry Lisa C09.9).
220-Yard Dash Greeae (:21.4, Head,
ley (:21.8), Millsap (:22.2). Liu ( 22.51.
440-Yard Dash Dave Crook (:46.1.
Ron Lee (:49.0), Dennis Walker (:48.2).
880-Yard Run Pete Soott (1:52.7), Lea
Mile Run Orlando Martinei (4:10.2).
3-Mile No Entry.
120-Yard Hifhs Ray Harvey (:14.3),
Dave Kudron (: 14.41, Lomue Sherlock
330-lntermediatei Kudron (:37.B, Sher
Shot Put Jim Beluer (Sl-W. Dennis
Javelin Kent Tarbutton 19W).
To Enter Relays
Jim Ryun, 19 year old fresh
man from the University of
Kansas, will be entered in the i
two-mile run at the Coliseum
Relays in Los Angeles, Cali
fornia, on Friday, May 13th.
It will be the first action for
Ryun since running at the
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