The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 07, 1988, Page 10, Image 10

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    Ticket lottery starts March 28
From Staff Reports
Students who wish to purchase
1988 season football tickets will be
able to draw a lottery number March
28 through April 1, associate ticket
manager Joe Sclig said.
Sclig said in order to draw a lottery
number, students must present a
completed application, cash, per
sonal check or money order and a
current full-time student ID at the
South Stadium Ticket Office from 9 noon and 1 to4p.m. The price
for a student ticket is $42, and mar
ried students may purchase a spouse
ticket for $110.
“My suggestion to students is to
come earlier in the week so they may
not have to wait in lines so long,”
Sclig said. “In the past, many stu
dents and groups have waited to
come in until Friday afternoon.”
Sclig said students will draw lot
tery numbers when they turn in their
application. He said ticket orders will
be filled from the largest lottery
number to the smallest.
“One person can bring in up to 100
students’ applications,” Selig said.
“It is important for students to be
aware that all checks in the group
have to match the application or
correct change needs to be avail
Ticket applications arc available
at the South Stadium Ticket Office,
Administration Building 110 — Stu
dent Accounts and the East Union
information desk.
Selig said he expects to fill 6,000
applications through the lottery. He
said students who miss the lottery
deadline may apply for tickets until 4
p.m. Aug. 2J,
This year’s Nebraska home
schedule includes games against
Utah State, Arizona State, Ncvada
Las Vegas, Oklahoma State, Mis
souri and Colorado.
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Northern Colorado’s Kevin Goldsberry dives in under the tag of Nebraska’s Marcel Johnson.
Huskers sweep the Bears off the field
By Steve Sipple
Senior Reporter
It’s difficult to find weaknesses in
the Nebraska baseball team’s play
these days, but Comhusker coach
John Sanders managed to after his
team’s 13-1 victory against Northern
Colorado on Sunday.
The win, before 349 fans at Buck
Beltzer Field, gave Nebraska a three
game sweep of the Bears and raised
its record to 10-0. The Huskcrs de
feated Northern Colorado 12-2 and
7-1 in Saturday’s doublchcader.
Northern Colorado fell to 3-5.
“We beat them and we beat them
like we should,” Sanders said. “But in
the last game we lost concentration at
the plate. Our pitching and defense
was good throughout the whole sc
ries, but today our concentration fell
off at the plate.”
Nebraska scored its runs Sunday
despite getting only seven hits. The
Huskers capitalized on five Northern
Colorado errors and eight walks to
gain most of their runs.
Sanders said his main concern was
that 10 Huskers struck out Sunday. In
Saturday’s doublehcader, Nebraska
batters struck out only three times
and drew 19 walks.
‘‘We weren’t very smart hitters
today,” Sanders said. ‘‘We swung at
some pitches that were out of the
zone and look some good pilches.
Thai could cause some problems
down the road.”
Nebraska still was able lo domi
nate the Bears, jumping to a 9-0 lead
after three innings. After scoring two
runs in the first and second innings
off Northern Colorado’s starting
pitcher, Chris Colletti, the Huskcrs
jumped on relief pitchers Rick DiS
allc and John Schalk for five third
inning runs.
DiSallc started the third by hilling
Huskcr catcher Tim Pcttcngill with a
pitch. Pcttcngill moved lo second on
Shawn Buchanan fielder’s choice
ground out and scored on Bobby
Benjamin’s single to right, giving the
Huskcrs a 5-0 lead.
Crowe had six RBIs in Nebraska’s
12-2 first-game victory on Saturday.
Ramos scored the Huskcrs’ ninth
See HUSKERS on 11
Don't let
you and
Physical Education
My first time tutoring was a night
to remember. My student was some
thing called Bone Crusher Reed, a.k.a.
Billy Jo, defensive tackle for the foot
ball team.
I had the shexk of my life when
he answered his dorm room door.
He was about six foot __
diameter. And when he shook my '
hand, I thought I'd never get it back.
So there I was, face-to-knee with
the big man on campus, wondering
how I was going to relate American
Literature to The Hulk.
But then he pulled out a can of
Orange Cappuccino. I was shocked!
Could it lx* that this tough jtxk
iked its delicate taste? And when
Bone Crusher brought out the bone
china, 1 was beyond belief.
Reading the expression on my
face, he said,“What can I say? I like it.
The Cafe Franca is is pretty good,
too.” Well, who’s going to argue, I
thought. As we sipped our Orange
Cappuccino, I discovered that Billy Jo
loves reading novels; his only problem
was poetry So I gave him tips on
reading Emily Dickinson, and he
gave me a copy of Ann Beattie’s
“Falling in Place.”
All 1 could think was, Dad’s never
going to believe this!
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