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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1998)
.. . Daniel Luedert/DN
OUS DEREK WATHAN is pulied away from NU shortstop Bryan Schmidt after the
two exchanged pushes during the second inning Sunday. Watham was eject
ed from the game after barrel-rolling into Schmidt as Schmidt applied a tag.
JN U sweeps three
from No. 14 OU
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NU pounded out three homers in
the inning, including a grand slam by
third baseman Danny Kimura. Every
Husker starter managed to score in the
seventh except Harvey.
The Sooners answered in the top of
the eighth and tied the game at 12-12
with a three-run homer by OU lead-off
man Corey Hart.
After Starkins’ homer, NU closer
Tevis Arnold came on in the ninth and
recorded his seventh save of the sea
son. The win went to senior Brian
Zubor (1-0), and OU’s Kyle Denny (0
2) took the loss.
“That was a strange game - a lot of
changes in the weather and the lead,”
Arnold said. “Our guys did their job,
and I was able to do mine too.”
wistrom first of six
Husker draft picks
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ing for the Rams, and hopefully we can
make it a third.”
Wistrom was joined in the first
round by defensive tackle Jason Peter,
who was drafted by Carolina with the
14th pick overall.
In the third round, former NU quar
terback Scott Frost was selected by the
New'York Jets with die 67th pick He is
expected to change positions from quar
terback to safety with the Jets, who were
8-8 last season and narrowly missed the
Ahman Green was selected seven
picks later by Seattle. The Seahawks,
who Green said were high on him all
along, plan to put Green behind proba
ble starter Ricky Watters, who was
picked up in the offseason.
Projected by some to be a first
round pick, Green said he was not dis
appointed by slipping to the third round.
“I’m not mad at all,” Green said. “I
just want to contribute wherever they
want me to. Seattle’s got a chance to be
in the playoffs so I’m happy.
Nebraska offensive guard Aaron
Taylor, selected in the seventh round,
will join No. 1 pick Peyton Manning
with the Indianapolis Colts.
“It’s a little disappointing that I fell
to the seventh round,” Taylor said, “but
I’m making money doing what I love,
so I’m happy.”
Eric Warfield also was selected in
the seventh round by Kansas City.
“They’re a very good team,”
Warfield said. “They only drafted one
defensive back, so I’ll get die chance to
play if I come in prepared.”
Green said the quality of the
Nebraska players selected was high and
he expects all of them to make an
impact in the NFL.
“We’re catching up with the Notre
Dames and the Florida States,” Green
said. “The NFL is starting to realize that
Nebraska’s got great players.”
went 0 for
snap a Erstad
15-game hitting streak.
Aviation has landed
on the UNL campus.
The Aviation Institute Offers:
• Degree Programs in Aviation
• Pilot Ground Schools
• Special Topics:
• Cooperative Education in
• Research in Aviation
See the das* schedule for courses or for more
information call 472-4432 UNO Aviation Institute
Monday, April 20**'
1 9:00-4:00 Public relations committee will have booth set up in the City and Hast Campus unions
, publicizing greek week events. Also will be selling ice cream social tickets.
5:00-6:30 Triads will have dinner exchange-Hach house is encouraged to invite a UNL Faculty
1 member of their choice.
, 7 00 Spring Program @ the Lied Center (speaker-T Marti Voss) - Sponsored by Alpha Xi
Delta, Panhellenic, and IFC. Also have each person bring a S1 donation to complete
1 our make a wish sponsorship,
i * Banner winner announced
i Tuesday, April 21“
, 9:00-4:00 Public relations committee will have booth set up in the City and East Campus unions
publicizing greek week events. Also will be selling ice cream social tickets,
i 3:00-5:30 Ice Cream Social to benefit Make a Wish Foundation
, Where: Greenspace east of Stadium under tent- ice cream, rootbeer floats, soda, & live
bands. This will be a partnered philanthropy with RHA. Also will be a contest between
■ greek houses and residence halls to sell the most S worth of tickets.
Wednesday, April 22“
i Wear your greek letters day.
, 8:00-9:30ant Appreciation breakfast for house moms/dads and house advisors @wick alumni center.
6:00-8:00pm Greek Olympic Events @ Greenspace North of City Union
i 7:30-8:30pm Triad Skits-Culture Center
1 Thursday, April 23r
i 5:30-6:30 Greek Week Banquet Social Hour @Top of the Rock
•silent auction to further benefit make a wish.
6:30-end Greek Week Banquet @ Top of the Rock
•short speaker (State Senator Jon Bruhning)
Friday, April 24'*'
11 OOam UPC Activities Begin on the Greenspace east of Stadium
i 3:00-6:00 FAC @ P.O. Pears , (Burgers, Triad Skit Finals, Triad Sand Volleyball Contest)
6:00 National Championship Celebration
9:30-1:00 Evening Social @ Knickerbockers (9th & O Street)
Other Activities going on during the week:
Food and Clothing Drive to benefit Lincoln City Missions
i (This will be another partnered activity with RHA)
•A box will be placed on each dorm floor and in each greek house to be filled with any
non-perishable food items, personal hygiene products, as well as any clothing items to
i be donated.
M *"M M U'" M M M M X M U1 y i M H H x n i n h h n ^
A big “THANK YOU” to every instructor who
has submitted book orders for summer and
fall. Many students will thank you as well
when buyback begins on April 27.
Those of you who haven’t placed book orders yet, if
we receive them before April 24, we
• can add those books to our buyback needs.
• should know about problems before the
• will have the needed time to clear copyright
permissions on course packets.
Debbie, Duane, Jessica, Linda, Val and Dan |
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