The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 01, 1967, Page Page 4, Image 4

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MONDAY, MAY . 1957
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Veterans9 'Fine Leadership9
Shows NU Pride Devaney
Final spring football
grades wont be passed out
by the Nebraska coaching
staff until after the spring
game on May 6.
But one thing seems cer
tain as the defending Big
Eight champions head into
the final phase of spring
drills the seniors will
get straight A's for effort
4JWe are getting fine
leadership from our sen
iors," Coach Bob Devaney
said. "Our veterans are
working harder than they
ever have, and that's the
kind of leadership we've
got to have. It's an indi
cation they want to con
tinue the impressive rec
ords of their predecessors,
a sign they possess the
pride so necessary to play
good football."
Top Of List
Right at the top of the
hustle list is All America
After League Wins .
Huskers Eyeing Golf Crown
By Terry Grasmkk
Assistant Sports Editor
Having defeated all other
Big Eight teams but Colo
rado, the Nebraska golf
team can hardly help eyeing
the conference crown which
will be determined May
19-20 in Norman.
Usual team leader Char
Be Borner faltered slightly
last Friday in Lawrence but
teammates quickly filled his
Tole as Coach Harry Good's
Huskers swept a quad
rangle meet.
Jerry West fired an even
par 72 over the Lawrence
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nearing compietion with scrimmages. Here the Reds and Whites face off and quarter
Wayne Meylan, the con
sensus middle guard of
1966 who this spring is log
ging transitory time at
middle guard.
'Wayne is doing his usual
great job at middle guard,
and he's becoming a fine
linebacker, too," says
Coach John Melton, who is
working with the lineback
ers. "At the same time,
both Al Kuehl and Barry
Alvarez have done a fine
job for us and Barry
has been handicapped by
injury, but still keeps hust
ling." , Experience is at a mini
mum on the offensive line,
but Coach Carl Selmer says
Center Roger Kudrna and
Tackle Bob Taucher haven't
spared the horses.
"Good Job"
"Both are doing a good
job, with Roger learning a
new position," Selmer says.
braska's wins over Kansas.
9-6, Kansas State, 9-5,
and Missouri 15-0.
Chuck Sweetman's 73
earned him two victories
and a tie for the day while
Borner's 81 and Larry Ma
son's 80 garnered each play
ers two wins and a-loss.
R. B. Lau dropped two of
his three matches with a
round of 84.
The meet left the Huskers
with a very impressive 13-1
record as they enter the
home stretch of their sea
son. Nebraska is scheduled
to entertain Omaha and
Creighton in Lincoln Thurs
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"If they continue their hard
work, they can give us
some solid experience."
There's no lack of ex
perience on the defensive
line where Meylan anchors' .
the middle, surrounded by
two-year lettermen Jim Mc
Cord, Jerry Patton and
Ivan Zimmer.
"Zimmer is making the
best effort in three years,"
says Coach George Kelly.
"And Patton's transition
from end to tackle has been
great. He's got the best
attitude since he's been
Tribute Paid
Devaney also paid tribute
to defensive tackle Larry
Hansen, a veteran squad
man, as a senior who "has
really come into his own
and become aggressive this
Only one senior currently
Is laboring in either the
day and Kansas State and
South Dakota.
But the team's toughest
competition before the Big
Eight tourney will come
May 11-13 in the Pikes Peak
Tournament at the Air
Force Academy. In this
one Nebraska will face,
among others, Colorado,
probably the conference fa
vorite with this year's lapse
of domination by the Okla
homa teams.
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top offensive backfield or
the top defensive backfield.
Ben (Pope) Gregory is
running at the newly-installed
1-Back spot, and
Coach Mike Corgan says,
"Pope is working harder
than he ever has, and he's
never been a shy type.1'
Top Safety
Marv Mueller, a two
year defensive backfield
starter, is the top safety
as a replacement for All
America Larry Wachholtz.
Marv was a halfback with
the 1965 Big 8 champs and
switched to corner line
backer with the 1966
"'Marv is doing a fine
job and really taking charge
at safety," says Coach Jim
Ross. "He's a fine athlete
and will do a great job
wherever we ask him to
Offensive end coach Tom
Osborne also vouches for
senior vets Dennis Morri
son and Dennis Richnafsky.
Capable Players
"Both are capable play
ers ana Dotn are masmg
every possible effort to im
prove," says Osborne.
That's the picture of the
veterans on Nebraska's re
building football team. And
as Coach Bob Devaney
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Greene Near Mark At Drake
The 58th running of the
Drake relays in Des
Moines, Iowa, was high
lighted by a 10.1 100-meter
dash by Nebraska's Charlie
Greene, one tenth of a sec
ond off Bob Hayes' world
And then there was Jim
Ryun's seventeenth sub-four
minute mile, a 3:55.6 per
formance coming on the
Kansas sophomore's 20th
World Record
Ryun's run was the an
chor of the Jayhawk's dis
tance medley team which
set a world record of 9:33.8.
The Husker 440 relay
team of Clifton Forbes,
Dennis Walker, Ray Har
vey and Greene kept a rec
ord going for their coach
Frank Sevigne, as their
40.5 record-tying victory
was Sevigne's 12th relay
win at Drake In as many
years as Nebraska track
TTnlwrnlty-eoIleCT WO-Wrti lmriHi l,
Willie Divmport, Snuthern Itnlvemltv,
1S.C. L Arnaldo Brtaitol, Tmn Snuthwn
13.6. S. Harvev Nairn. Souftorn rnlvwrni.
tjr. 1S.9. 4, Mlka Bvtlnr, WlflmmlB, 1S.S.
S, ftirv Hlcikii. Texas Southern 14.1
Otocnrd, eld remrd. 13.1, Willie Slmns,
Tennenee Aid. 1S37),
Onllen euid onlvenriry lOMaKh 1,
Carl Hieht, LmjlKiana State, 5. 3, Strve
Camlnlti, New Mexico. U.S. S. Rene Matl
snn, New Men go, 9.S. 4, Wayne Lnn.
Oklahoma, S.6. &, Ontr Howard, North
Texas, 6.4.
tlnlvertlrv-enllew Hub jamti 1, Torn
Stuart, Minnesota. 6-8. J. Stan Curry.
Baylor, S. Glen Pettway, Ohio Sun,
S4. 4. Ron Toll. Oklahoma, 6-6. 5. Tie
between John Turt. Kannaa; Michael
Bowera, MiohUan State; Ed Brnderlek,
Notre Dame, and Jim Johnson, Oklaho
ma, -6.
invitational lWt-metw danh 1. Oarlie
Creene, Nebraska. 10.1. a. Jim Hlnea. Ten
et Southern, 10.1. S, John Carlos. East
Texas State. 10.1. 4, Arnaldo Bristol. Tex
aa Southern, 10.4. S, fienue ill vers. Mew
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Clifton Forbes. Dennia Walker, Ray Har
vey, Charlie Greene), 40.5 a. Oklahoma.
41.1. a. Texas, 41.1. 4, Louisiana State
41 S. S, Iowa State. 41.7. (ties reoord of
Abilene Christian. 1957. and Texas, 189S.;
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Dave Compton, Drake, 11:06.7.
Pol vault. Fred Barton, Wichita
Wiii Against MU
Nebraska's baseball team
defeated Missouri, 4-1, Sat
urday afternoon before
dropping the second half of
the doubleheader 14-3.
Husker Allen Furby
pitched the distance in the
Husker win.
Nebraska had lost a 6-3
decision Friday and then
played the Tigers to a 1-1
tie in ths second game
called on darkness.
Five Hits
Furby allowed five hits
In his second win of the sea
son (to two losses),
Husker standout Bob
Churchich was lost for the
rest of the season with a
pair of broken fingers.
Freshmen Win
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Drop Two
ball squad remained unde
feated this season with a
pair of victories over Iowa
State, both scores 8-4.
In other Big Eight base
ball, Iowa State downed
Kansas State, 14-7; Kansas
edged Colorado, 3-2; and
Oklahoma got past Okla
homa State, 3-2.
Oklahoma State
Oklahoma State now
stands 10-2 in the league,
while the Sooners hold sec
ond place at 7-4.
Kansas State is 7-5 and
Missouri is 6-6 with two
wins from the Huskers.
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the Huskers 4-8 in sixth
place. Colorado and Iowa
State are at the bottom of
the league with 4-8 marks.
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