The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 25, 1968, Page Page 4, Image 4
Monday, March 25, 1968 The Daily Nebraskan Page 4 J J v it- X Old Sol, Nebraska shine once more in Houston The skies cleared up over Houston Saturday and the Hus kers shined again. After being rained out of Thursday and Friday DaseDau games, Nebraska came back in a Saturday double bill to sweep both games from the Houston Cougars by identical 5-2 scores. . Thft double win puts Ne braska's Houston series and season mark at an unexpected 3-1-1 after the week-long stay in Houston. Coach Tony Sharpe's team next takes on Bi Eight foe Oklahoma April 5 in Norman. Lefties Al Furby and Keith Winter proved that they will provide a solid nucleus on the mound for NU as they al lowed just one earned run be tween them m 12 innings Sat urday against a Houston team which had won national runner-up honors at Omaha last summer and was given a good chance at a repeat perform ance by many due to several key returnees. In the first seven-inning con test, Furby went all the way after a somewhat shaky start by the Huskers. The Cougars earned a 1-0 lead in the first inning before Tom Tidball, Lincoln outfielder, slammed a two-run homer in the third to take a one-run lead at 2-1. Houston came back again in the fourth to tie, but then the STA8TS TUES. APR.2 thru SUN. APR. 7 PERSHING MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM 5 NIGHTS Tms. ihra Fri. t PM Sat. PM 3 MAT I N EES tat. I PM It S PM Sun. 2 PM PRICES $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 all seats reserved JUNIORS (U vn. ft andor) K PRICE Tut., Wi., Titan, t PM, Sal. I PM TICKETS ON SALE Nrshliw Auditorium 11 PM4 PM Millar Palna Dapt. Store Downtown a. Gateway Cttttar (And yaa can charm Iti ) ORDEfc BY MAILt Ssnd chKfc or money ardor payable Is lea Capadtt, c o Pershing Municipal Auditorium, 15th ft N St., Lincoln MSOI. Statt prlca, performance, and number al tickets. fSQtfl til All SEATS RESERVED EPS pilD Nil am m XrSs f7 vtA . t XC X I v ( f ' "' K , - X, X ',SX ' t ' . XN ill' X ' I k.. iL J MM Mi JWlBilllilt I I Hillli ll ' -VI 1V - irt 1S SM1HM If T Husker bats drove UH starter Bubba Hill, 6-0 last season as the teams' ace, to the showers for a pair in the fifth. Anoth er in the sixth wasn't needed. Furby is now 1-0 and Win ter 2-0. The serin Monday, 2 In 11 innings; Tuesday. NU won 3-0; Wednesday, Hous ton won 10-6; Thursday and Friday rained out; Saturday, Nebraska won. 6-2, 5-3. NEBRASKA HOUSTON Tidball ss 4 1 1 a O. Hill 2b 1110 Johnson rf 4 0 11 Williams cf 3 0 0 0 Walter cf 3 0 0 1 Paciorek U 3 110 Johnette lb 2 10 0 Rose r( 2 0 11 SteVson M 2 0 0 0 Spark1 lb 10 0 0 Grleeo 2b 3 0 10 Schwartz ss 2 0 0 1 KisRler c 3 0 11 Lee 3b 3 0 0 0 Church 3b 3 110 Strelau e 2 0 0 0 Furbv p 2 2 0 0 H 11 p 10H1 Jorg'ns'a 2b 0 0 0 0 Gilbert ph 10 0 0 McVev ph 10 0 0 Toombs ph 1 1 0 Lamka ph 0 0 0 0 Thomas p 0 0 0 0 Totals MISS Totals S I 4 t Nebraska 002 021 05 Houston 100 100 02 E Neb. 2. Houston S. DP Tidball. Grieno. Johnette: Churchirh, Jorgenson, Johnette. LOB Neb. 1, Houston 4. 2B Rose, Churchlch. HR-Tldball. IP H RKRBRSO Furby (W. 1-0) 1 4 2 14 4 W. Hill (L. 0-1) 5 4 4 1 1 4 Thomas t 1 1 1 1 1 NEBRASKA ab r he W TidbaD Is 4 12 0 HOUSTON ab r a M TV RIB 2b 3 110 Johnson rf Walter cf Johnette c 4 2 11 Willfems cf Paciorek If Rose rf Wwt'all lb Schwarti ss Lee 3b Strelau a 9 10 0 3 0 10 3 0 10 3 0 12 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 4 12 0 4 0 11 Stevenson If 2 10 0 4 0 11 Grleeo 2b Church Ti3b P'srke lb Winter p Green p 2 0 11 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Satcher Gilbert Spark'n Toombs P Ph P Ph insurance t IS of- mwemenL Be Involved with people ... In all Mnds of businesses, not just one! Be involved with people . . . through claim, underwriting, programming, accounting, and other career fields! Be there campus interviews for senior men and women . . 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Kudron also took third in the high hurdles. Husker relay teams also fin ished f ourth in the sprint med ley and fifth in the distance medley and mile relays. Jim Lang who ran unattached from Nebraska also finished fourth in the open two-mile t rwfhlng Box Offic Join us as a PAN M STEWARDESS Ffy to Africa, Europe mnd Asia or the glamorous cities of Latin America. The capitals of the world soon become as familiar as your own home town. INTERVIEWING APRIL 5 aw fjuot. UPsumuwTY umpuvisi A.rV .sVttXRICA.IW WOWfa MMT HMM4IB AIM4.1MS Husker gymnasts place fifth in Big 8 Colorado won a close battle for first in the Big Eight gymnastics meet at Norman over the weekend as defend ing champ Iowa State was edged to second and Ne braska took a predicted fifth place. The Big Three in league gymnastics Colorado, Iowa State, Oklahoma were with in 3.15 points of each other after the dust had settled and the Cyclones' Mike J a c k i lived up to all expectations after wrapping up the all around title and being the only double winner in individual championships Saturday. Nebraska's Tom Riesing placed third in trampoline competition as the highest Husker finisher. Floor Exercise 1, Mike Jacki, Iowa State, 0.050. 2 (tie) Gary Pomeranz, Col 16th & Q "I was wrong about " IBM. You can get into the mainstream here with a liberal arts degree!' "I used to think IBM was a place for engineers, scientists, and machines. "But not for liberal arts graduates. And definitely not for American History majors, like me. (This is John Robohm, an IBM Marketing Representative specializing in banking.) "Then I talked with an IBM interviewer. He explained that much of the work at IBM is solving problems. 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C, We're an equal opportunity employer. orado, Tom Casey, Colorado, 2.073. 4, Steve K'nder, Kansas State, 0 90. S, (tie) Mark Wilcox, Iowa State, Patrick Me Gill. Nebraska. 0.750. Side Horse 1, Pat Edwards, Colorado, 9.200. 2, Jack Ryan, Co'orado, 0.175. 9, Jim Gillespie, Kansas, 8.625. 4. Bruce Cole. Oklahoma, (.575. 5, Doug Peak, Iowa State, 8.350. . Gary Pomeranz. Col orado, 0.275. Still Rings 1, Ward Maythaler, Iowa State, 0.250. 2, Mike Jaoki, Iowa State, 9.225. 3, Pat Edwards. Colorado, 0.950. 4, Larry Hoffschnelder, Colorado. 0.925. 5, Ray Rettberg, Oklahoma, 8.000. 8, Doug Datillo, 8.775. Tramnolie 1, Rick Carr, Oklahoma, 9.025 2, Tim Clarke, Iowa State, 9.000. 3, Thomas Riesing, Nebraska, 8.775. 4. Dave Rodriguez. Colorado, 8.475. 5, Dave Gechter. Kansas State, 8.350. 6. Tom Cas ey, Colorado, 8.200. Long Horse Vault 1, Tim Clarke, towa State, 9.350. 2, (tie) Tom Sexton, Okla homa. Mike Jack Iowa State, 0.150. 4, George Sedervicloua. Nebraska, 8.950. 5, (tie) Mark Wilcox, Iowa State, Richard Hemphill Kansas, 8.725. Parallel Bars 1. Mike Jacki. Iowa State, 9.125. 2. Erlck Singer. Colorado, 9.150. 3. Jim Jobannesen. Oklahoma, 9.050. 4, Tom Sexton, Oklahoma, 8.000. 5. Ben Blea. Colorado, 8.875. 6, Richard Hemphill, Kansas, 8.825. Horizontal Bar 1, Tom Sexton, Okla homa, 9.4O0. 2, Ben Blea, Colorado, 9.150. 3, Mike Jacki, Towa State, 8.975. Bob James, Iowa State, 8.525. 5, R'ch rl Hemphill, Kansas, 8.475. 6. Mike Maxie. Oklahoma, 8.400, Psychedelic poitert Personality pester Sportswear Open till 9:00 p.m. daily 100 South Wacker Drive, Big Eight dominates mat battle Three Big Eight teams took the top three places in the NCAA Wrestling Champion ships this weekend with Okla homa State taking the top honors for the 26th time In the history of the tournament. Iowa State finished second with Oklahoma, who shares the Big Eight crown with the Cowboys, finishing third. 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