The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on May 3, 1953 · Page 15
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a fc - J - - By NORMS ANDERSON Sunday Sports Writer An upstart named Rex Fischer, who was tossing rattles around a cradle when Ted Doyle was anchoring Nebraska lines, steered the cracking like muskets in the damp, cold air and their 'breath wispy, led 7 - 0 at the first - cjuarter post. Statistics . Alunu Jnsi a the oldsters looked like; "L. this might be the year, young n wb rushing t - : 1 j - nnrc nnnis Passes attempted SO luuig iicuiaoa iita, oiwivv uit jx isuner wcu a fof ! Puses completed 10 Cornhusker Varsity to a 16 - lSjKorinek in a 91 - yard scoring play; Intercept tons 1 victory over the Alums Saturday for the first varsity touchdown. 'Tom yard. .its afternoon. Then, as the final seconds ucKea iy - yara The 160 - oound Oakland sopho more tailback, age 18, was the measuring stick as Coach Bill Glassford's current Varsity came from behind during the second half and sent the puffing Alums down to a third straight defeat. The old alums, their joints Vanity 10 lt J2M J7 8 S . 22.0 gineer and chief fireman of the third quarter field goal. Johnny, wno piays uus bih - mitatf Ha nrnrtnrpn n clinching touchdown tnat muse De and Aenny, tne Aiums never jiuiv filed among Memorial Stadium frying. classics. s Mixing Sam Vacantia passing! miivvv RORDOGNA. the with the running of Bill Mueller clutchmaster of Varsity triumphs and the Fischer brothers, Cletus.ol 1951 and wot, was uom e - squarely through the uprights eight, bringing the ball to the 19. with 1:30 left of the period. Then came memories of Robert Thin mishins ahead, 9 - 7, tne Keynoios as a sopumc. JOIUUIV, wiiu e . - ".7" . j ot football from the heart, stama, varsity seen. L F.sriiElfhos coolness belies momentum Dy interceptm ya - .ns "."r'". ht; Vnder vears. was apparently mffiKeimS I SS o come ior those ,n ak - J - - who tore all the way down to tne, hardy citizens wno siuck it oui . refus. tn the end. tr crow oanicky. sighted Jerry Yeager's recovery of an Mownfield and seemed to be plot - ai.,m t,xmMa nn th Varsiiv 46liincf vIb th in one split second. unnh ha fmnl marrh. Cifralrwiointf two chueeing Alums, ne lauuv - iivu - I - 'v've""o - - - - - . nntnnultail thrmwth TniHlinfi forlcnorl fnr the west sidelines, tnen 20 vards and Rex Fischer added t!Ut back and threaded a zig - zag . t , j r ipauern hiiuuk'i i" vtnv Dark Alumni 20 A three - yard plunge y George Cifra, followed by Bor - doprna's eight - yard pass to Smith, brought the count to fourth and four. From the 10, Bordogna booted a field goal Wins Kentucky Derby Stories, Pictures on Page 3 - B i Hiss mi imsisinsi i in n iimwmirwwTinir i MMinr nn'Miiii rnrr ttt - rr ir ssr - n - ; - vt v wvu. . m mmtiv va wiutvfww fipld. He scored standing up and untouched, completing a run re - m - . . - t .... M. U M Vt Igi mindful of Don uioom s sroi cuci P?i;y against Kansas State in 1950 and f;hvi 1 o..nM iaunt aeainst Missouri the same season. Cifra's placement, aitnougn he aimed at a pasHing cloud, managed to sail between the crossbars. . As the soaked and chilled crowd began filling up. here was Fran Nagle with a 55 - yard touchdown pass to Ren tine rchnn Fischer. ! Konnv somphow had managed to slip beyond the last Varsity defender. Nagle's pass was far and close enough, so Kenny non - SAM SLINGS EM AGAIN Sam Vacant! fires an 18 - yard pass to Bill t Ray Magsamen minutes ter for an Alumni touchdown. (Staff Photo Alumni f nnthall Cflmft. 1 vy rialin. v icm. iVXUcUcr Jul Hie occuiiu uuana mc a,iojr r i . - - . . . . . v v i. .... I 'll! . ... . The pass was incomplete, but that didn't stop vacant! irom mtung enzelman Pa ces Victory With 15 ... ... H "I Bv RON GIBSON Sunday Sports Staff Stan Mat7k came through in the clutch to give the Cornhusker basketball Varsity a 69 - 63 victory over the Alumni team at the Coliseum Saturday. The Cornhuskers trailed, 63 - 62, with only 52 seconds remaining in the game when MatzKe urea a one - handed jump shot from the left side and hit to put the Variety ahead for good. Thf win was the first for the Varsity since the series began in 1950. The old grads had won by scores of 64 - 61, 76 - 55 and 66 - 60. Springs Here To Battle Chiefs Today SEC. B That's what the Lincoln Chiefs will do today when they open a ounded to put the Grads ahead again. Johnson hit one of his nine free throws after the buzzer to make the halftime score 34 - 33. after the intermission. Retherford two - game series with the Colo - hit a pair of hipper - dipper lay - ;rado Springs Sky Sox at Sherman nrvi and a free toss to leaa me tieia. i mmm v 1 by Journal ant? frffr All - Sports Day Results Football vwt i . . ... . An i Basketball Vr.M Al9mnl M Track Oklahoma Khmk 54 Golf Kmuu t Nebrl tV chalantly caught the ball on the 22 - yard line and sauntered to ipay terrain. Varanti's placement was wiue, but the old grads didn't seem to minH One 91 - yard streak of Varsity scoring lightning kept the Alumni from commanding tne first nair. , POSSIBLY because the bulk of the Alumni line, when stretched sidP hv side, offered a solid wall anrnce hp pntire Gridiron, the Varsitv could manage only 25 rf Mf A yards rushing during tne nrsx half. FirsUouarter olav was largely of tni - nf - wnr variety with the rmnderous Alumni line gradually tell ns? the difference. This graa - ual advantage finally resulted in a :1J V... Cam Vanantt vr it 1 - 1 i ... A m. - a 1 ... . .1 1 . T t Ua OQf in the OT T - Nli traCK vacanti, iuuiiiik u u w r 1 milir edEeS JNeorasKa I Xiouts Muiic in vn w V . a. m.t. rpfnrd ot 1:55.4 in the process. nM.'. .... 1,1. hnf hi,.h v t - i 4i r,. nr Nphraska following his return from the service and a series or injuries, oiau rnovu UJ Schupbach.) r, LINCOLN, NEB., SUNDAY, MAY 3, 1953 Alums to a 44 - 35 lead shortly after the opening of the second half. That was the biggest edge they held. Game time is 2 p.m. SATURDAY'S scheduled dou - bleheader with Pueblo was post - V C DAimnn or PhiirV Smith of nnnn) ViataiiGo rif rain and wet the Varsity got things rolling grounds. Lou Finney's gang have again. Jtvenzeiman uit xui B" - ,now oeen iuie biucc wov v.v. points in the third period and the night when they walloped Denver, Alums led only 53 - 52 going into 13 - 1. ircT AS was shooting. Ainm - Rnh Piprce iostled Bill Johnson in the post position and Johnson hit both of the resulting free throws to give the Varsity a 66 - 63 margin. Then Matzke hit again, a short one from the left side, to wrap up the ball game. Matzke's clutch bucket climaxed an uphill fight by the 'Vavclfv. Until Matzke hit the go - ahead basket, the Varsity had led only twice during the game once 3 - 2 snH n era in fit 59 - 58. th bv Bob Gates, Claude Betherford and Bus Whitehead, v,a Mumc Rft the oaee from the opening whistle when Retherford took the - tip and went driving in lor a layup. WhitPhpad droDoed in seven points during the first period to give his mates an IB - 11 leaa going into the second quarter. Henry Cech hit two quickies shortly after the second period got underway to boost the lead to 26 - 17. thA last cmarter. The Varsity kent Dressing until Renzelman put his mates ahead, 59 - 58, with 4:14 remaining on a one - hander from 30 feet out. Gates, hieh - ooint man for the Alums, drove in for a layup and Joe Good hit a free toss to give the Grads a 61 - 59 lead. Matzke hit a 35 - foot set shot to tie the score, and Good meshed two more free throws to make it 63 - 61 in favor of the Alums. That was the end for the Grads. Fagler dropped in a free throw pt the staee for Matzke's win ning basket and that was the ball eases QGchwof Rain THE GRADS enjoyed their big - est lead moments later when Retherford' hit a short jumper and Bob Pierce potted one from back of the keyhole to make the score 20 - 20. PeDDerv Don Sides floor play gave the Varsity a boost and the Goodmen gradually narrowed the gap. Willard (Straight Arrow) Fag - left in the half tied the score, I 32 - 32, but Gates drove m to score just as the halftime bu z z er K.U. Whips Husker Golfers, 9Yz to 2 - Kansas University's golf team defeated Nebraska, 9 - 2, Saturday, as scores soared with the cold rainy day. Harlan Hise, of Kansas was low with a 76 over the Hillcrest course, in beating Nebraska's Erv Peterson, 3 - 0, Peterson shot an 80. , Other results: Ham Lynch (K, 81, beat Tom Tolen. 82. Dicfc'Lauer OJ), 82. beat John Prosser, at 0.1 Bob Lacy CK). 81, beat Roger Gohde, 87. 8 - 0. Ex - Lincoln WL Pitchers Suffer Threp former Lincoln Athletic pitchers were drubbed as the Ottawa farm of the Philadelphia A's lost to Syracuse, 8 - 2, Saturday in International League play. Bill Hockenbury, Dutch Rom - V,prppr and Ed Hrabscak all worked in relief against Syracuse. Hockenbury pitched from the second to the sixth when Romberger came on. Hrabscak finished ic hp ninth. All three pitched for Lincoln last season - game. Vanity Harrington f Fagler Ahrensf Fredstrom X Hare! Johnson e Renzelman C Hansen c Sirks g Smith g Coufalg Matzke s Totala 22 25 - 40 20 Totals Alumni 18 18 Varsity . .... i ...... ' 11 AlMnnl G3) fg ft f 0 0 - 0 0 Retherford f 13 - 6 8 Coxf 1 0 - 0 0 Pierce f 0 0 - 0 0 Wilnea f 0 0 - 0 2 Lawi? f 2 9 - 13 4 Whitehead C 5 5 - 8 3 Gates g 2 1 - 3 0 Wash g 3 0 - 2 1 Cech 2 4 - 4 2 Good g 1 1 - 1 3 Kipper t 5 2 - 3 2 Anriv Rush is slated to pitch against the Sky Sox although all other chuckers on tne cniei sum are ready for action. Finney took his crew to Boys Town Saturday for a late alter - : noon workout in the Cowboy's field house. Omaha s Cards worked out in the same structure in the morning. Thprp have been 34 postporre - mpnts in the Western League to date. Two have been made up. Midwest Keglers Score in ABC By DICK BECKER Sunday Sports Staff Varsity victories, surprisingly large crowds despite adverse weather and a fairly well - satisfied Bill Glassford highlighted the 4th annual All - Sports Day at the University of JNebrasKa. VTiisW pr fnnthnll and basketball, band crews won over alumni foes, the track team dropped a decision to Oklahoma, the goll team iosi 10 Kansas and baseball and tennis nlnv were cancelled. An estimated crowd 01 y.uuu huddled under the balconies at Memorial Stadium for the grid iron battle while nearly ,uuu made their way to the Coliseum for the basketball game. required an actual distance of 48 feet) fell far short. Fred fKnohhvi Methenv. a former FBI agent, arrested one of Bordogna's passes on the Varsity 47 to set up the Alumnt touch down drive in the second quarter. The drive started with Fullback Tom Novak muscling forward two yards. It ended nine plays later with Vacanti tossing a 15 - yard touchdown strike to Ray Magsamen. Magsamen fielded the pitch while running laterally into the end zone and was unmolested. WhilP waiting to see movies o the game before singling out any individuals, Glassford said ne ieu the varsity passing wasn't too bad but that a lot of work was needed on blocking. VACANTI'S placement was true ana the old grads led, 7 - 0, with 11 minutes left in the second quarter. Five minutes later, the 18 - year - old Fischer ffamhlpd nn. mnKK , ,T , from the Varsity nine - yard line. A SMALL part of the Husker He saw Korinek breaking clear of md turned out to back the Uhe last Alumni defender and The S D oorcer Trackmen own Nebraska How They Scoretl Track Events OUa. Neb. 1 on.fard daub 220 - rord dab 440 - yard dah HMO - yard ran Mile 2 - mile ran 1ZO - yard blab M 8 6 M alums, sitting under the balcony fired f g ft f 4 4 - 8 4 0 1 - 2 1 3 2 - 3 4 0 0 - 0 1 1 2 - 6 2 GLASSFORD watched his var - .1 dill Kk. i. IVAUV hV W V ww w - CHICAGO (IB The Midwest,jwent along for a 16 - 13 triumph. already a major contributor ort We iearned a lot of lessons," leaders to the American Bowling j Glassford commented after the Mr n n ml - - a . Mm 4 . . . i. ..1 . . 2 ft a added four top scorers iui uic tics in tne Dau game. 0 1 - 1 3 day. 3 0 - 4 2 1 4 - 5 2 0 0 - 0 1 23 17 - 32 28 19 10 - 63 19 17 9 Officials: Leonard Dunker. George Hametz. n'wavne Weston. New Hampton, la., led the Saturday singles keg - In a came featured by Fischer brothers alums C 1 e t u s and Kenny and the varsity's Rex lers with a 645, and a fellow j the breaks(?) favored the alums C letus supped on tne nencn to halt one varsity play with a driving tackle. Kenny scored a touchdown, taking a pass after being an illegal sleeper on the sidelines. Tnwan. Earl Losee of Waterloo, landed atop the all - events list. Losee tallied a 1,809. - - - - - i 1 . 1 imwmmi v m. mix ? w v,f i v. til mMM&'ikM if m i i mm mm on the west side. At halftime a group of players who have played in three areilv.9.1limnl Raines Were presented watches by the athletic department. They were congratulated Individually by Glassford. ' Other awards were given out at thP basketball came. Claude Retherford, the donor, gave his aurorH fnr Nebraska scoring loarfpr in basketball to Bill John son and a most valuable player award to Fred beger. rnah Harrv Good's varsity cagers won their first All Sports Day tilt from the aiums, o - oo. Bus Whitehead, Phillips Oiler great, coached the alums. After the game he said he felt the varsity had better height and rebounding than at any time since the series four years ao. "You will also notice," he added, "that the old men are not in too good shape." i ' W - 220 - yard low Total. ,. . . 54 Field Events Hhot Okla. ... 0 .. 1 Broad )umi Total Grand total ' rass was nrnxirato - ivniiiri i - wukui ujc uau on in? 7 t A'l while in full momentum and,,.i, MUt i ll. .. 1 ... m a. - mm K me cnase was on. n enoed withi""" m the Ulysses swiftie actually pick - t . . mg up a yard on nis pursuers as he scampered the remaining 68 yaros. Bob Mullen and Metheny loomed up angrily and blocked Korinek's placement try. Tne varsity recovered the following kickoff which careened off Korinek 's foot off the chest of a Alumni defender and back Into the arms of Jerry Teager 1 4 0 18 Neil. 8 in the 220 in 21.9. Harry Lee was timed in 49.7 in the 440; Bruce Drummond annexed the mile rib bon with a 4:23.1 effort and war - rpn Rouse was the 2 - mile winner in 9:46.4. All were Sooner entries. Npville Price. Oklahoma broad jumper, won his specialty with a leap of 22 feet, 8 Ms mcnes wnne Bob Wheddon took the high jump with a 6 - 34 mark. Track Events 100 - yd. dah Won by Joel Rweatte. O: second. Quanah Cox. O: third, Brien Hen - drickson. N. Time 10 flat. 220 - yd. dasto - Won by Quanah Cox, Ot econd. Brien Hendrickson, Ni third. Wayne WhHaker, N. Time 21. 9. .... . . 1 1 ' k - . ll.... Yam II 1 iwiB. nun of iiniif S'ond. I'hil Heeler, O; third, Dick Wood. O. T)av cnnfaA Ya final traroiiu touchdown on a run that started! A NOVEL addition to the pro - 14 .nnt Kair in tho ! ?ram was a team rassle with Hus - before going forward all doneiker Wrestling Coach Al Partin w - - - ... . I 1 i. A ATT - lUnmmt nx. IT W through 12 alumm gndders whoiana mmwesi nn,uv fl"'l'j"" had been on the field when the Husmann opposed Emil Radik and of the Varsitv. This gave the Varsity posses sion on the Alumni 39. With Fischer SDarkinor. thp nttnrk moved in to thp 14 whpr TpH Doyle knocked down a fourth - down pass attempt. The Alumni then took possession until Rex Fischer intercepted Vacanti's toss on the Alum 34. A 10 - yard toss from Fisrher to Lenhr. fnllnwpH by Bordognas 10 - yard strike to Andy Loehr, carried to the 10 - yard line as the half ended. 1 Play started. Dave Mackie in a television spe cial match. The referee was Perry NONE of these jokes worried Litel. Ilobe Jones returned to action to feature the track meet. He ran a 1:55.8 half - mile, ood only for second place as Oklahoma's George McCormick ran 1.55.4 for a meet record. The rain forced Coach Ed Weir to call off the scheduled mile re lay. The day wound up with a bar - beque for the alumni players in all sports. Pan American Glassford who thought his kids "didn't do too bad at times, con sidering it was the first time we have been outdoors since Monday." Looking back at spring practice Glassford said. 'We are further along defensively this year as we have spent more time on defense. Expect, for a few mistakes on pass defense we did okay. MVe have had a good spring practice except for the loss of time. We felt we brought the boys along fairly decently for only ZD days or practice. T TT Glassford said the alumni squad I firwl f U HOTin woe nhmit nn a nar with the T)3St M - Jt.VM. VJ Iu'l.UII three vears. "inev always give us a good game," he added. Co - Coach Tom Novak or the alums thought the varsity was a little disorganized at first but "they really looked good in the fourth quarter." The other alumni menior, Don StMshexm, was a little disappointed by the proceedings. "I sure want to win one from them sometime." he moaned. The stocky StrasKeim, a former All - Big Seven guard, played a fine game at defensive end. TIIF. Minni.F rf th Alumni line, where Dovle. Carl Samnel - son and Vic Schleich amassed over 800 pounds, caused the Varsity deep concern. Onlv when discov ery was made of the wide stuff in the second half did the rush ing yardage pile up. Tin. ill 7 8t).yd. n Won by George McCormick. O; second, Hobe Jones. N; third, Bruce Drummond, O. Time 1:55.4 (New meet record; old mark held by Don Crabtrec O, 1:55.5 and McCormick. O. 1950). Mil W irt hv Hruce Drummond. O: aec - ond. Warren Rouse. O; third, Forrest Doling. N. Time 4:23.1. 2 - mile nia Won by Warren Rouse. O: second, Bruce Drummond, Oi third. Forrest Doling. N. Time 9:4.4. 120 - yd. high Won by Ronnie Dobsoa, O: econd, Wendell Cole. Ni third. Dan Tol - man. N. Time 14.8. T!ea meet record held by Stanley Haight. N. 1936.) 220yd. lows Won by Ronnie Dob - son, O; tied for second and third, Wendell Cole Ni and Dan Tolman, N. Time 24.5. Mile relay cancelled. Field Events Shot Won by Cliff Dale. N: second, Paul Grimm. N; third, Larry Smith, N. Distance 47 feet, 81 in. Mucus Won by Larry Smith, N: second, Clift Dale, N: third. Charles Gilliiand. O. Distance 144 feet, 4 Mi in. i JHik temp Won by Bob Wheddon, O; v invuiiu ..rial .ivm aw. w... . nvr llinf4 U'OV heranqe of Charles CHIiland, O; Ray Xeliey. N, end OKLAHOMA DecaUSC Ol Heidelk. N. Heieht 6 feet. In. second, Juel Sweatte, O; third, Lloyd Lad - rock, in. uutance 14 leet, a in. Broad tump Won by Neville Price, Ot second, Ladd Hanscom, N; third, Phil Heidelk. N. Distance 22 feet, 91 in. Pnla vaiill.U.nn hv Tim finmmoM XT. second, Jim Hofstetter. N; third, Les Lane t t tTi.Ut 11 M At 1 BY WALT DOBBINS Sunday Sports Writer McCormick. Sooner HictonrA runner. nosed out Husker Hobe Jones by two etririM In th Rfift - vard run to win in 1:55.4 and set the only record as the University of Oklahoma trip ped Nebraska U, ey - sd's, m a dual meet at Memorial oiaaiuin Saturday afternoon. Another record of 17 years tipd when Sooner Ronnie Dobson skimmed over the 120 - yard high barriers in :l'.o. Wilder Rtanlev Haicht had the Rame time in the 1936 meet be tween the two schools. !i 11.. a marked superiority on wc track, Coach John Jacobs' runners copping 54 pohits in the running events compared to 18 by the Huskers. xTAK.QcVa i tVi rTrir hand. held a substantial edge in field jo. Heisht 12 feet, a in competition, outscoring the toon - i ers, 386 to 10Ji pomis. UKia - homa also recoraea iu 01 1 nrsi g yardage pile up. J places to clinch victory before Now possessing three losses and thp last events were run off. The Gavilan Upset "I'm going to tlav until we win," said Mr, Doyle, age 37. w i.,y F.nds Rchihacker, Weddle, Braley. Graves. ., iiiniiH uutiui Mil, inn,., rtcuminn, feascr. fek, Evans, Glantz, Holloran, Ieffler, Mc - Connel, D. Moore, Reincrs. Tomcykowski, Whiteside. T. . 1. T,a II ll . II 7 r - . ..v - ine last events wcic iuu wn.. svm lY'iffiir ivunir a tie in the four years of the senes,'mile reay was cancelled because l4tli" tlli" TLealreadylayingplanboth cvpaptt w v fn. w. ..v jvo. . , nri The meet was neia in a; tcang rang; womoer ox xjnicago outpointed Cuba's Kid Gavilan, the world welterweight champion, in a ten - round non - title light here baturaay nignt. The decision was unanimous. It was the first defeat for Gavilan since Oct. 30, 1950 when Gene (Silent) Ilairston outpointed him at Scranton, Pa. Since then the only mar on the 147 - DOund chamnion's record has been a draw with Johnny Bratton at Chicago Nov. 28, 1951. A crowd of 5,500 saw tne over - the - weight bout in the War Me mortal Auditorium. ers. The meet was neia in steady drizzle. The McCormick - Jones duel was the best race of the afternoon and the 1:55.4 was excellent time considering the condition of the track and inclement weather conditions. The same situation held for GuardsWarner, Machisic. Brandt, nenfa - nrmn;p TVihtsnn'e. triumrjh in the min, Cameron, Edwards. Goll. Chess, Kriral.1 t"nie , ?? - " 5 u , P tit" i"it rvuru&Ko. iji namsey, zyorenson, jomim - i iw - tojvi up,no. v.wv... . I . 1 1L - 1 1 il ,. ... . , fjoie pressea xne oooner an me f enter - Obrl in. Rrltt. Rallion. Mow. Nal. i r . . . . .... Oliver tway and it was a close iinisn. BacksBordosna, R. Fischer Brown, I AAA nUmin. rnrhnn rhimln. Wlrluhl.t " w W . Franssen, Gohde, Harman, Hawkins, Korl - CLIFF DALE, NU weight man, 5''fJilluS.u"i!, - Sr ssrnn th - Rhnt with a heave of 47 ujn, nccvc, rviinum, onnn, otncici, 1 1 u - 1 w . ...... - then, iboreii, Thayer, weiis, yeuiey. 1 f eet. olfo mcnes, ana nis maxes Alums Paul Grimm and Larry Smith Fads Damkmncr, a. Cochrane. Ray finished behind him to make it a Masamen. Hornby, Meyer, Goll, Simon,1 yeep Schneider. Maxe. . . "I o - :lu i l, ,t Tackles Husmann, Handshy, Geosiein, oniiui tame uotiv w Doyle. Prochasks. Swnuelson. Doyle. Schleich,' rjiscUS with a tOSS Of 144 - 4; Salisbury. 1., t t l . MEXICO CITY TV - Ben Hogan hurtled from fifth to first place in Saturday's third round of the $15,000 Pan American open gon tournament with a blistering four - under par 68 his best round of the meet. The Palm Springs. Calif., pro's improvement he's had trouble with the fast greens made him a strong favorite to clinch first prize mnror - v t Vie cmtpre Siinriav's fin - i i ii t n UL. .Vanii 4" ITfchAr. IC TTtartr. aiS Wlin a pBT ur m HoW Wmiender, c&Sa. K1tir than hi flnsfst rivals. i.. - .. vi...n. .Tacupke, Brasee, Bauer. Lorenz, Salestrom. Curtis. tenters Scott, McGill. Mullen. better than bis closest rivals. i Adams, Mueller Dave Douglas of Newark, Del.,; vanity 6 3 lin 174 - 3; and Jim Sommers reached 12 - 6 in the vault for the other Nebraska firsts. i Ronnie Dobson. Sooner athlete. 716 was the only performer to pluck ficfit ttvc Ain mnurirc TUnm (nrmar TTniuorcitv f1 Nhrn;Vra Slnct nurtfr hrotieht to mind tul MMA.E UtiW U Alitor All - 1 viw .v... j . jw cage luminaries made a real reunion out of All - Sports Day. Rem - j Bobby Reynolds' great run against iniscing with their ex - Coach Harry Good just before the Varsity - ; Missouri in 1950. Fischer was Alumni tussle, are (from left): Claude Retherford, Milton (Bus) j aided by a crushing block thrown Whitehead and Bob (Shorty) Pierce. (Staff Photo.) iby big Jerry Minnick. Rex Fischer was outstanding for ru " 8 . i 7 V I L Aiums .. o 7 o - i3 nff a Cair of firsts winning the the varsitv His fancy dash in the 'and Art Wall of Honesdale, Pa., vanity storiw - TD: Korinek. r. Fucter.t0" J ir r 1 - . Uie Vdisiiy. nis idmj uosn u . , - ... ,LQn u oat. r.f... Vfi - flordosna. one. 220 lOWS in 4.5 In addition tO tne K . mm. w w m a, WmV .! 1 1 ....... ... ...Un ,,,aoA fiarl firet iirhort nlav PAT - rfi. rwie FG: Bofdosna. one 1 ... ....JL 1 af . A. J - . ...All Atenws isflssasu - - v.,. - . - , siarxea oaiuraay, wem wen uvci Fiscner pT: Vacanti. par On the 7,400 yard Mexico golf. Officials B.ll Keefer. referee; Mathlai Volt, club course for the first time inoii bik Itne tourney. judge. 220 lows in 24.5 in addition to the hiehs. In the dashes Juel sweatte took the century in 10 flat and Quanah tCox was, first across the finish line Mudecas Baseball Finals Set Monday Sunday Journal & Star Special ADAMS Rain forced postpone ment of the Mudecas Class A and B baseball finals scheduled here for Saturday night. The finals will be played at Sterling Monday afternoon. Clatonia will face Sprague - Mar tell in the Class B finals at 1 p.m. Adams and Sterling will mix, for the A crown at 3 p.m.

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