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jjBm. hiubui an nil j iiiip - Saturday's Entries """V rOOT TIME. S P.M. " first race, pane $2000, claiming. 62.100, S - yeir - eiOs ant sa, on mil and seventy sards. Erin Road (Correa) 112 Some News (No Boy) 107 Cassopoos iR. Hancock) xl(7 farvlew Dutch (Rollins) , HO Latch On (Chaws) ..115 Flylnt Sage (W. Fleming) xl(7 PagM Image (R. Houghton) ..112 Thinking (Hare) .,.112 ncaveniy Mgiua (G. D. Smith) 107 Merry Mixture (No Boy) 107 Ouroay (Yeager) 112 Auctioneer (Morris) 112 Secead raee. purse 12700, claiming. rlre 4 - year - sMs u, tJx furlonga. Miss Darling (Peck) Ill Sir Champ (Alexander) .,,........,..116 Tanawnee (Yeager) .Ill Lady Valentine (Hancock) xlo vems First (Scott) ....................113 Severn K (Hare) 113 Diamond Doge (No Boy) .116 Royal Susan (Whited) ......Ill Leegrtnt (Yka ........113 roxie royle (No Boy) , 10B Huzzy Bfll (Morris) ...10B Twllyns (Fleming) x!03 Ai Jeans Bomb (G. Houghton) 113; Go Lit (Casey) 113; Stormed in (Osment) lift Chteot Conty (Rollins) 113; Prospects Lady (LeeUns) 111; Kay Dee (Morris) 117. Third race, purse 92800. claiming, price 40M - S350O, 4 - rear - elds ap, six fur. Charter X (Yeager) m Aero Space (No Boy) 114 Hark Hark (No Boy) , 109 Anew (A. Madrid) ......114 Port of Arms (Smith) .....112 Wendy Eve (Ecoffey) ..115 OTioway (No Boy) 109 Bounding Lark (Overton) 112 Miss Onyx (No Boy) , ...109 ooyi c. (Lewis) .....114 Bounding Lark (Overton) ....112 notable (G. Houghton) 117 Ahe Judlie (Arterburn) 109; Valley CHnk 114: He Jeep (Yeager) 114; Via - TBle (E. De Alba) 114; Hi Kelly Run (Whitt) 114; Real Bargain (Whited) 109. , Fourth race, purse $3850. allowance - year - elds. Nebr. bred, five and enc - half ' larhmge. Grace Good (Alexander) 112 Space To Spare (Whitt) ......112 Penny Doc (Stauffer) 110 Hanora (No Boy) ................... .107 Docs roily (Yeager) .112 , Star" Fleet Fun (Correa) ..112 Mist "Knox (Peck) 110 Irish Doc (Morris) ....112 Admiral B. (Hare) 112 JNahr Venture (Quinn) 112 Fifth' race, purse $3250, claiming, price $SM4Mft, 4 - rear - oldt np, five - and - ene kaff fnrtangs. MuModns lassie (Whitt) 109 Do Well (Fleming) ...SUM Lonely Dream (Yeager) ..............109 Golden Venture (Chavez) ...114 Bees Nixon (G. Houghton) 114 Tarqutmatic (Rollins) ,.144 Sgt, Toro (Lewis) 117 Joans Jet (Lectin) 112 English Dust (Osment) ........114 Night De Night (Correa) ........109 Everett Boy (Smith) 114 Sixth raee, purse $4000. claiming, price $8000 - 7500, 4 - year - olds and up, six furlongs. Jewels S (Fleming) ......... xl04 Ricci C. (Osment) .............. 117 ivemrac (whitt) 120 Tax Dodger (Yaka) , ...114 Miss Sun Tan (De Alba) ..112 Whirling Self (Scott) . 114 Andrew (Whited) .............117 Wheel Of Blue (Overton) .. . . . .v. . .114 Seventh race, purse $6000. allowance, 4 - Tear - eid and np, one mile A seventy yards. Son Of Silk (Chavez) .....112 Desert Btoebell (Quintero) ..112 Barbaron (Whitt) 115 My Favor (Stauffer) 112 Bed Eff1 (Peck) .....112 Lonesome Dream (Morris) 112 Say Lu tFlemlng) xl02 ' Eighth race purse $10,000. 3 - year - old andicap. "the Ak - 8ar - Ben princess handicap." flve - and - ene half furlongs. Texas Tech (Osment) 110 Chelron Count (Arterburn) ...117 flemas Gallant (Whitt) 117 Countess Jet (Morris) ..112 Vncranked (Leeling) 110 Barbidee (Whited) 115 Irish Bull (Porter) 118 Nancycee (Whited) 119 Say Alibhai (Peck) ..122 Lou Hate (No Boy) 112 MIssmJEI Khobar ( Yeager) 112 Johns Rullah (No Boy) 112 a Barbidee and Nancycee - coupled C. Cowan entry. 1 Math race, parse 63800, 4 - year - old A up, claim Ins, price $2000, one mile and thrM - sixtoeath. Beau (Quintero) 112 Hill R. Houghton) ...112 Pre esm (Whitt) 112 Joe Jekyffr (No Boy) 112 Live WeJenno (Overton) .......112 litisf ' N Boy) 112 rfet Plow (Chavez) ...115 Btseo" Bob (No Boy) 112 Whirling" Fury (Peck) 112 Bnshenf Star (L. Rettele) 112 Dark Lunar (No Boy) .....112 Ardsth (Hancock) xl02 , Also Jyoti (Lewis) 113; Minks Question (Alexander) 112. ,1 Apprentice allowance claimed. " Z'TJ Friday's Results Ffret - race, six fnrlongs. purse $2,500. tared year olds A up, Nebraska bred, claiming $2,000. Kid's Klne (Rolings) .....13.40 7.60 4.40 Dundy County (Houghton) 9.80 5.60 Ironshell (Alexander) 3.60 ' Also ran Vag's Mable. Linker, Spy's Dream, Trail Dust, Litlte Amy, Burning Candle, Jug'g Joy. Hidden Fury, Royal Dave. 1 Second race, six furlongs, purse 1,600, four year elds A np, claiming $2,500. Fennec Son (Chavez) ....18.80 11.80 6.80 Sweet Anet (Overton) .... 14.00 7.00 A. Dee W. (Yeager) . 3.80 Also ran Quince, Miss Pedigree, Tiger Tips. Greek Ace. Woodtick, Royal Jet. Gin, Broker, Cactus Doll. Stars Above. Daily Double $152.80 (2 A 8) Third race. AV furlongs, purse $2,800, twe,. year eMs, claiming $5,000. T :53. p1n" Quill (Yaka) 31.40 9.40 6.40 DiDupet. (Fleming) 4.60 3.60 Sr Put, (Whited) 11.80 Alee ran Amasue, Foxes Express, Bally Bird.t Indian Angle, Itsa Mistake, Miss Queensgard, Janie Akin. Ralston Rex. Fourth - race, mile and 70 yards, purse 3.000, year elds, claiming $4,500 - 4,000. T 1:44 - $4. CoM Ally (Scott) 180 5.00 3.40 Nenttt Bull (Madrid) ... 6.40 4.00 fiagtonra (Lewis) , 3.20 Alte ran More CaVories, Libnon. Burly Bi Mr. Pierce, Injected, Admiral Roy. Fifth race, IV furlongs, purse $8,250, 4 year elds and up, claiming, $5,000 - 4,500, T 1:04. 3 - 5. 8 audit Boy (Whitt) 5 20 5.20 4.20 "und Result (Lewis) 7.40 6.00 4.40 4i MgravUla (Madrid) 9.00 ' Dead Heat For 1st All rn tckle Fortune, Federal Case, Seven Strikes, Rita Open, Troa, Larry B. ; ji. Key, Dynamic Sadye. Lonesome SUih Vace. 6 furlongs, purse $3,250, 3 fear ems. allowance, 11:15 1 - 5. Wind Kist (Casey) 22.20 980 6.40 BX! Own (Scott) 7 - W 4 - 60 Dutch Milt (Fleming) ... 4.00 aw Tan Red Mahoney, Bill a Bid. BahT'TiD, Triple Dip, Early Clan, Miss PiwoU, TiUe Judge, Fair Tag. Straus. Seventh race, 6 furlongs, purse $10,000. 5 rear olds A np, handicap. "The Ak - Sar - Sen Beef Stat. Handicap". T - l:10.3. Old Bivers (Whitt) . ..12.00 6.40 4.20 Fly - By Venus (Lewis) 5.60 4.00 Glob 7i Anchor (Porter) 4.60 Alan ran Field Rich. Durowl, Little Meledy. Foneican. Miss Amarillah. Might Colonel. Eighth race, f fnrlongs, purse $10,000. S pear Ma A up, handicap, "The Ak - SaiMsew Beef State Handicap", T 1:10.2. Peppy Cadet (Yeaegr) 15.40 6.60 4.80 Little By Little (Houghton) 4 00 3.00 Pcison Apple (Fieselman) 500 Also ran Sun Bend, National Guard, Del Coronado. Jerry Gef Up. Do Go Abbey, San Fernando. Mr McCoy. Ninth race. 1 mile A 76 yards, purse 29M, 4 year eMs A np. claiming price 8,64ft. T 1:43.2. Tumble's Best (Whited) 11.40 5.60 4.60 Steel Catalyte (De Alba) 5.20 4.00 Golden Brook (Houghton) 6.20 Ms ran Bold Rider, Double Gate. Xollystock, Tashunk, Plenty Rough, Kings' Touch, ,elf Demand. Tony's Boy, Chalk , "L" Attendance 12.64$ ... , ;:ilnsi JUnilP - fTg.SPt 5 RECORDS Links Edge Rockets For Track Title By DON FORSYTH E Prep Sports Writer Lincoln High muscled its way to a second straight city public schools track title Friday by a surprisingly narrow 83 - 79 margin over Northeast. Southeast trailed with 41 points. A 1 - 2 - 3 finish in the shot put and a 1 - 2 - 4 showing in the discus laid the groundwork for the Links' win. Both John Walters, who sailed the discus 150 - 6, and John Spaedt, who pushed the shot 54 - 11, posted new c i ty meet marks in their specialties. They were two of five new marks chalked up at the Nebraska Wesleyan oval. Southeast senior Dick Stem became the city's first 13 - foot pole vaulter when he soared 13 for one of the new rec ords. In doing so he became the ninth Cornhusker high school athlete to clear the 13 - 0 barrier. The other new records came in the relay events where Northeast and Lincoln High were each under the old marks in both the mile and two - mile events. Lincoln High won the two - mile in 8:40.4 with the Rockets close behind at 8:42.2 The Rockets' big surprise came in the mile relay where they came up with their best effort of the season (3:32.3) to upset Lincoln High (3:33.5). The Links had ranked fifth in the state on last week s track chart with a 3:29.5 mark. Larry Ross, who anchored the mile relay unit, also boosted the Rockets with a slam in the hurdle events. Only other double winner was Lincoln High's Jim Rig - gins, who for the s ec o n d straight year won the 100 and 220. The Links 1 - 2 - 3 wallop in the shot was produced by Spaedt Rod Molden and Wal ters. Walters, Spaedt and Don Gabelhouse tallied in the discus as the Links scored 23 of a possible 24 points in the weight events. Northeast t closed the gap with, the hurdling efforts of Ross and sophomore Chris Rosenstock and the sprint work of Tom Reinick and Ralph Martin, who ran 2 - 3 behind Riggins in the 100 and 220. Discus 1. John Walters LH; 2. John Spaedt, LH; 3. John Baskin, SE: 4. Don Gabelhourse. LH 5. Rod Dewey, NE. D150 - 4. (New record, old mark 147 - 2 by Larry Hennings, NE). High jump l. Chris Rosenstock, NE; 2. Steve Hanneman, LH; 3. Charles Thompson, NE; 4. Jim Powell, SE.'H Broad jump 1. Neal Keyser, NE; 2. Gary Peterson, SE; 3. Terry Davis, LH; 4. Steve Colborn, LH; 5. Tom Reinick, NE. D 21 - 24. Shot put l. Spaedt, LH; 2. Rod Mold - en, LH; 3. Walters, LH; 4. Dewey, NE; 5. Mark Horgenrader, SE. D 54 - 11 (New record, old mark 53 - 8 by Spaedt, 1964). Pole vault 1. Dirk Stem, SE; 2. Bill Lusher, NE; 3. Dane Heller, LH; 4. Dave Howland, LH; 5. Larry Cole. LH. H 13 - Vfe (New record, old mark 12 - 6 by Dennis Van Landinsham, NE. 1964). 120 H.H. 1. Larry Ross, NE; 2. Ros - ens tack, NE; 3. Hanneman. LH; 4. Greg Akssmit, SE; 5. Gary Paulsen, LH. T :15.8. 100 Jim Rigeins, LH: i Ralph Martin. NE; 3. Reinick, NE; 4. Roger Rife, LH; 5. Doug Campbell, NE. T :10.6. Mile 1. Aldis Austrums, LH; 2. Jim Ludwig, SE; 3. Jim Larson, SE; 4. Harold Keyser, NE; 5. Larry Mowrer, LH. T 4:51.6. 4401. Gerald Ebers, LH; 2. Jerry Shadley, NE; 3. Terry Culwell, SE; 4. Neal Keyser, NE; 5. Jim Reents, SE. T :53.7. 180 LH 1. Ross, NE; 2. Aksamit, SE; 3. Rosenstock, NE; 4. Hanneman, LH: 5. Colborn, LH. T :21.7. 8801. Kent Radke, LH; 2. John Cat - lett, NE; 3. Bob Pewthers, SE; 4. Neil Bickiey, SEj 5. Daryl Schuckman, NE. T 2:02.9. 2201. Riggins, LH; 2. Heimck, N&; 3. Martin, NE; 4. Rite, LH; 5. Bill Bill ! Leinbersjer, SE. T :23.4. 880 Relay 1. Northeast (Martin. Campbell, Dewey, Reinick); 2. Southeast; 3. Lincoln High. T 1:34.4. Mile Relay 1. Northeast (Shadley. N. Keyser, Catlett, Ross); 2. Lincoln High; 3. Southeast. T 3:32.3. (New record, old mark 3:33.6 by Northeast. 1964). 2 - Mile Relay 1. Lincoln High (Brad Fortney, Ron Herman. Dale Jacoby, Glen Szychowski); 2. Northeast; 3. Southeast. T 8:40.4. (New record, old mark 8:46.1 by Lincoln Hih, 1963). RACING REACTIONS . . . IMS RECORD VAULT . . . Links' Stem begins I3 - J4 vault. Huskers Win Doubleheader To Keep Big 8 Hopes Alive . . . BAHNSEN, HERGENRADER HURL WINS Stillwater, Okla. W Nebraska, getting a pair of fine pitching performances and some timely hitting, downed Oklahoma State Friday in both ends of a Big Eight Conference baseball doubleheader, 9 - 2 and 2 - 0. Stan Bahnsen kept the Cowboys in check with a six - hitter in the first game while his mates clubbed a trio of OSU hurlers for 12 safeties. In the second game, Nebraska's Bob Hergenrader and Big 8 Standings W L Pet. GB Missouri 9 3 .750 Iowa State 9 4 .692 t Nebraska .....8 4 .667 1 Kansas 7 6 .5.'W 2Vi Oklahoma State ....7 7 .500 3 Colorado 5 8 .385 4V Oklahoma 5 9 .357 5 Kansas State ........2 11 .154 7Va OSU's Don Kuykendall locked up in a classy pitching duel, broken up in the ninth inning of the scheduled seven - inning game by pinch - hitter Jim Stevenson. NEBRASKA OKLAHOMA STATE ab r h hi ab r h bi Gaughan, 3b 3 2 10 War'ngotn, If 3 0 0 0 Born Til 'gl c 4 2 2 lM'ider, ss 4 111 Tunnison, If 4 2 2 4 Kyk'nd'l.rf 4 0 10 Neibauer, If 0 0 0 0 McCord, lb 3 111 Brenning. lb 4 0 1 1 Sellari, c 3 0 10 Roux, ss 3 0 11 Stark, cf 3 0 0 0 Smith, 2b 4 0 2 0 Orrell, 3b 10 10 Solich, rf 4 110 Freeny, 2b 2 0 0 0 Johnson, cf 4 111 Bumpass, p 10 10 Bahnsen, p 4 111 McD'gall, p 1 0 0 0 Wilburn, p 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 It 9 Totals 85 Nebraska 7 0O0 03 09 Oklahoma State 100 100 02 E Stark (2), Moulder. DP Nebraska (2). LOB Nebraska 7, Oklahoma State 6. 2B Gaughan, Johnson. HR Moulder, McCord, Tunnison SB Moulder. IP H R ER BB SO Bahnsen, w (4 - 1) ...7 6 2 2 S 8 Bumpas, L (2 - 1) 5 1 - 3 10 8 8 3 4 McDougall , 2 - 3 2 1 0 0 0 Wilburn ............ 1 0 0 0 0 PB Bornschlegl. T 2:11. Att. 600. SECOND GAME Nebraska Oklahoma State ab r h bi ab r h bi Gaughan. 3b 2 0 10 Bumpass,3b 4 0 0 0 Burns egal. c 4 0 1 0 Moulder.ss 4 0 2 0 Tunnison.lf 3 0 0 0 Kuyk'nd'l, p 2 0 0 0 Brenning, lb Luther.l b Roux, ss Smith, 2b Solich, rf Johnson, cf 2 0 0 0 McCord. lb , 4 0 10 2 0 0 0 Sellari, c 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 Stark, cf 4 0 10 4 11 0 Howard, If 4 0 10 4 110 Freeny, 2b 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Keely, rf 10 0 0 10 12 Orrell. ph 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 War'gton.rf 2 0 10 Stevensn.ph Niebauer.cf - Hergenr dr.p 4 110 Totals 33 2 2 rotate 32 S 0 Nebraska 000 000 002 2 Oklahoma State 000 000 000 0 E Gaughan, Johnson, Bumpass. DP Nebraska (2). LOB Nebraska 7, Oklahoma State 10. 2B Solich, Stark. S Gaughan. IP H K ER , BB SS Hergenrader (W, 3 - D 9 6 0 0 4 7 Kukendall (L, 3 - D 9 2 2 13 Balk Hergenrader, T 2:25. Ak - Sar - Ben fans show 111 After Kuykendall, who allowed only two hits and struck out 13, got the first two men in the top of the ninth, J i m Smith singled and Frank Solich doubled, putting runners on second and third. Then Stevenson, a .111 hitter, drove a 2 - 2 pitch through the middle to score Smith and Solich. Oklahoma State held a 2 - 0 lead after four innings in the first game but Gary Tunni - son's three - run homer in the fifth put the Huskers ahead to American Won Lost Pet. Behind Chicago 14 xLos Angeles ... 13 Minnesota ...... 11 Detroit ........ 9 5 .737 8 .619 2 7 .611 2' i 9 .500 4',a 7 .56.'! 3Va 9 .526 4 10 .412 6 13 .41)9 64 - 12 .400 6M 14 .222 9Va Cleveland ........ 9 Baltimore 10 Boston 7 Washington .... 9 New York ....... 8 vlf nnsaa Ciiv .... 4 x Late ante not included. Friday's Results Washinton 4 - 7. New York 3 - 3, twi - nigbt Chicago 13, Minnesota 5, night Los Angeles 5 - 3, Kansas City 4 - 6 Detroit at Baltimore, postponed, rain, night . , Raturdaj's Games Chicago (Peters 2 - 1) at Minnesota (GKansas0City (Segui 2 - 2) at Los Angeles (Lopez 3 - 2), night ".'.' Cleveland (Kralick 0 - 0) at Boston (Mop - bouquette 2 - 2) . , . New York (Bouton 2 - 2) at Washington (Daniels 1 - 1) Detroit (Aquirre 3 - 0) at Baltimore (McNaily 0 - 1) National Won 15 13 12 . 9 10 10 10 , 9 8 Lost Pet. Behind Los Angeles . Houston Cincinnati ... Milwaukee ... Chicago St. Louis San Francisco Philadelphia . Pittsburgh New York . . . 6 .714 9 .591 2' 9 .571 3 8 .529 4 10 .500 4i4 10 .500 4Vi 12 ,4:j5 ''a 11 ,450 5Mt 14 .364 7i,i 14 .333 8 7 Friday's Kesuus Houston 5, Chicago 4 Milwaukee at New York, night, postponed, rain St. Louis 2, Philadelphia 0, night Pittsburgh 5. Cincinnati 4, night Los Angeles 4, San Francisco 3, night Saturday's Games Los Angeles (Drysdaie 3 - 2) at San Francisco (Marichal 4 - 2) Milwaukee (LeMaster 1 - 2) at New York (Fisher 0 - 3) Houston (Nottebart 0 - 1) at Chicago (Koonce 2 - 0) Cincinnati (Maloney 3 - 0) at Pittsburgh (Veale 2 - 0) St. Ituis (Gibson 4 - 0 or Simmons 1 - 3) at Philadelphia CUeLiahky 0 - 2 ; niht. varied reactions while watching fourth race on TAP STAFF PHOTO BY WEB RAY stay. The Nebraskans iced it with a six - run outburst in the sixth inning. The double wins pushed Nebraska's conference record to 8 - 4 and dropped Oklahoma State to 7 - 7. giiwHWiimii!miiiiiiiiirwmiiiiiiininiiiniiiiiii I I SPORTS MENU 1 ss Saturday BASEBALL Nebraska at Oklahoma State, 1 p.m.! Omaha Westside at Lincoln High. GOLF Pius X, Lincoln Northeast at Fairbury Invitational; Nebraska at Pikes Peak Tournament, Colorado Springs. TRACK Missouri at Nebraska. NU Stadium. 12:30 p.m. FOOTBALL Nebraska mtrasquad game, NU Stadium, 3 p.m. HORSE RACING Ak - Sar - Ben, Omaha, 2 p.m. TENNIS Concordia at Nebraska Wesleyan, 2 p.m. Sunday AUTO RACING Midwest Speedways, 4600 No. 27th, 7:30 P.m. Monday GOLF Nebraska Wesleyan W - Club Invitational, Holmes Park, 10 a.m. TENNIS - Nebraska Wesleyan W - Club Invitational, 10 a.m. BASEBALL Nebraska Wesleyan at Concordia, Seward, 3 pjn. Football Reds No. Name 89 Larry Casey OFFENSE Wt. Ht. CI. Pos. 5 - 11 187 Sr. LE 6 - 2 242 Jr. LT 6 - 1 203 So'. LG 6 - 0 223 Jr. C 6 - 0 204 Jr. RG 71 Jerry Wilks 57 Stan Grell 54 Kelly Peterson 59 Jim Osberg 76 Gary Brichacek 6 - 1 229 Jr. RT 82 Den Richnafsky 5 - 10 170 So. RE 14 Wayne Weber . . 6 - 3 179 So. QB 21 Kaye Carstens 6 - 1 194 Jr. LH 22 Ben Gregory . . 6 - 0 190 So. RH 40 Ken Brunk .... 5 - 10 195 Jr. FB Average weight: Line Reds 208, Whites 223; Backs Reds 190, Whites 197; Tean - Reds 202, Whites 214. DEFENSIVE TEAMS No. Name Wt. Ht. CI. Pos. CI. Ht. Wt. 81 Mike Grace ... 6 - 3 217 Jr. LE So. 6 - 1 212 74 John Strohmyer 6 - 2 230 Sr. LT So. 6 - 2 230 69 Mike Kennedy 5 - 9 214 Sr. LG 6 - 3 234 Sr. C 6 - 2 211 Jr. RG 6 - 4 251 Jr. RT 6 - 2 194 Jr. RE 5 - 9 182 Jr. QB 5 - 11 173 Jr. LH 5 - 8 163 Jr. RH 77 Walt Barnes . . 63 Lynn Senkbeil 72 Carel Stith .... 80 L. Coleman . . . 26 R. Poggemeyer 25 Dennis Thorell 36 L. Wachholtz . 33 Len Janik 6 - 0 195 So. FB Average weight: Line Reds 222, Whites 219; Backs Reds 178, Whites 188; Team - Reds 206, Whites 205. Kiekoff 3 p.m., Memorial Stadium. Broadcasts KFOR, KLIN, Lincoln. Football, Track Slated For NU . . . ACTION BEGINS AT NOON By HAL BROWN Star Sports Editor A preview look at next weekend's Big Eight b ack meet and an advance look at what & expect next fall in Nebraska football awaits Nebraska sports fans today. Nebraska and Missouritwo contenders for the Big Eight track title will meet at noon at Memorial Stadium. This will be followed by the final spring drill for Nebraska gridders the annual intrasquad game at 3 p.m. NU football coaches hope to see several favorable things in today's scrimmage session. First of all, they hope reserve quarterbacks Ernie Sigler and Wayne Weber continue to show the form they have displayed thus far, giving backing to Bob Churchich, the No. 1 man at that position. They Mso are hoping for encouraging performances from halfbacks Ron Kirkland, Kaye Carstens, and Ben Gregory, the three who along with Harry Wilson are counted on to fill the vacancies left by the graduation of Bob Hahn and Kent McCloughan. Line spots, left by graduation of such as Larry Kramer, John Dervin and L y 1 e Sittler also must be filled. Coaches are looking toward sophomores Wayne Maylen and Bob Taucher plus returnees Duncan Drum, Harry Tut - hill, Kelly Petersen, Stan Grell, and Jim Brown at these posts. Sophomores to watch who could fit into the defensive alignment picture in next season's two - platoon style are backs Marv Mueller and Al Kuehl plus linemen Jim McCord and Barry Alvarez. These rookies are expected to mold with veterans Larry Wachholtz, Mike Kennedy, John Strohmyer, Walt Barnes Langston Coleman, Mike Grace, Bill Haug and Lynn Senkbeil to form the nucleus of coaches George Kelly's and Jim Ross' defensive platoons. As the Huskers head into today's contest, the finale to 20 days of spring drills, De - vaney is optimistic as the NU squad goes after a third straight Big Eight crown next fall. "We're about equal to past years at this time," Devaney says. "But we feel we should be a little stronger next fall, both offensively and defensively." Nebraska's track corps will try to bounce back from a lopsided trouncing by Colorado last week when they meet the Big Eight indoor champion Missouri Tigers. Lineups TEAMS CI. Ht. Wt. Whites Name No. Sr. 6 - 3 223 Jr. 6 - 2 251 Jr. 6 - 0 205 Sr. 6 - 2 203 So. 6 - 0 225 Tony Jeter 84 . . . . Jim Brown 73 LaVerne Allers 67 . . Harry Tuthill 50 , Wayne Maylen 66 . Dennis Carlson 78 Freeman White 85 . Bob Churchich 15 . . Ron Kirkland 20 .. Harry Wilson 31 . . . Pete Tatman 48 Sr. 6 - 2 235 Sr. 6 - 5 219 Jr. 5 - 11 176 Jr. 6 - 2 201 Jr. 5 - 11 189 Jr. 6 - 1 223 Name No. ... Jerry Patton 82 . . . Jim McCord 75 .. Barry Alvarez 65 . . Jerry Murphy 53 Rick Coleman 62 . . Larry Hansen 79 . . . Ivan Zimmer 86 Bill Nettelmann 17 ... Jim Hawkins 24 ... Marv Mueller 41 So. 6 - 10 215 Jr. 6 - 1 230 . Jr. 5 - 11 207 So. 64 248 , So. 6 - 3 190 So. 6 - 0 167 So. 5 - 9 170 So. 6 - 1 180 So. 6 - 2 210 rl Kuehl 27 opending day at Omaha. TODAY Missouri is led by Robin Lingle, who turned a 4:01 mile last week. Lingle won the mile and three - mile at Stillwater in the 1964 Outdoor Championships. Coach Tom Botts Tigers have a host of other top Big Eight contenders Gene Crews, a 57 - plus shot putter, Charles Conrad, Ron Peters and Cal Groff. Nebraska will parade a number of B i g Eight contenders also. Half - miler Jim Wendt paces the conference with a 1:50.4, Dave Crook is defending champion in the 440 and Charlie Greene, with a :09.4 to his credit, is the top 100 - yard dash threat. Nebraska's mile relay team leads the Big Eight with 3:09.3 and coach Frank Sevigne is hoping Lynn Headley will be in top shape for a leg on the pace - setting 440 - yard relay team. Headley pulled a muscle in the Drake Relays, an injury that kept the Husker quarter - mile quartet from a shot at the 440 Triple Crown. NU's team of Tom Milsap, Crook, Headley and Greene had won the Kansas and Texas Relays. Old Rivers, Peppy Cadet Win Features Omaha Old Rivers and Peppy Cadet won the two divisions of the Ak - Sar - Ben Beef State Handicap as the Omaha track opened its 42 - day season here Friday before a crowd of 12,649. Old Rivers won the first di vision and returned $12.00, sion ana returned $iz.w, .40 and $4.20 while Peppy $6 Cadet outran such top horses as Sun Bend, Jerry Get Up and San Fernando to capture met outran sucn lop norses the second division of the split feature. Peppy Cadet returned $15.40, $6.60 and $4.80 to its betting backers. The crowd of 12,649, below last year's opening day at tendance of 13,320, saw Kid's Kine combine with Fennec Son for a $152.80 daily double payoff. The mutuel handle for the nine - race opening card was $676,398. Today's nine - race program is beaded by the Ak - Sar - Ben Princess Handicap with a $10,000 purse for three - year - olds over five and one - half furlongs. Say Alibhai has been assigned top weight of 122 pounds for the feature race. Kansas Netters Hit Huskers, 7 - 0 Lawrence, Kan. UP) The, Kansas tennis team swept Nebraska off the courts Friday, winning a Big Eight Conference meet 7 - 0. SINGLES John Grantham, Kansas def. Ted San ko, fr - 1, 6 - 0. Lance Burr, Kansas, def. Scott Nelson. 6 - 1, 6 - 0. Jim Burns. KU, def. Kila Johnson, 6 - 0. 6 - 0. Barry McGrath, Kansas, def. Dean Beebe. 6 - 0, 6 - 0. Bill Terry. KU. df. Ted Tipton, 6 - 1. 6 - 2. DOUBLES Burr and Burns, Kansas def. Johnson Ad, Soak - 4 I'HuTO BY DICK COLE u I V; ; I Wlito"'' ! lm.v Grantham and Terry. Kansas, del. tteeoe ana neison, e - z. s - z. r For the season, KU's record is 15 - 1, Nebraska's 9 - 3. LHS Reserves Win Lincoln High scored a 3 - 2 win over Lincoln Northeast in a reserve baseball game Friday afternoon at Lincoln High. Northeast . ... Lincoln Hish ... Morford. Sabul 000 100 1 - S 3 t 000 300 X 3 I and Younji V81 6 STAFK JbbbbbbV w 'v p 0 , ' SMMJ

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