The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on May 11, 1958 · Page 13
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À m W • V I mroLx «itndat joitrnal anu mtak Another Fischer Rambles at All-Sports Dav m, ' r || 1,--;- m/ Pat Fischer (63) starts sweep to the right. Slips away from brother Hex at 13 yard lineT Outriii^RiiiTnamkrogir 8-yard line. It^s a Homer for Nebraska Danikroger dives but misses. Hob Mullen is too late. NICE GOING—Ken Ruisinger crosses home plate after hitting a home run for the Cornhuskers against Kansas. NU Nine Splits With KU Continued from f*age 1-B. in the 6th, and Bob Gleason replaced Ziegenbein in the 7th and gave up 5 more Kansas runs—all unearned. Nebraska’s only score until the 7th-inning explosion was a home run by Ken Ruisinger in the 2nd inning. Ron Wiley was the winning Kansas pitcher—although he needed help in the 7th. Wiley also started the 2nd game and was the loser, giving up all of Nebraska’s runs in the 3rd inning. Kansas took the lead in the nightcap with 2 runs in the 2nd on a single by Wiley, a hit batsmen and back-to-back doubles by Art Muegler and Harl Hanson. Nebraska’s 4 in the ,3rd came when Siebler and cen- terf¡elder Gary R e i m e r s walked, Gil Dunne sacrificed, Larry Lewis and Kane hit consecutive doubles and Torc- lon singled. Siebler whiffed the side in the 3rd and 5th innings, fanned 2 in the 4th and 7th and got singles in the 1st, 2nd and 6th. The split of the doubleheader leaves Kansas with an 8-5 Big Plight mark. Nebraska has a 7-7 record. FirKt <.anir %hS*A% M.BRASK.4 ah r h hi ab r h hi Dfniild'n, c 4 2 1 0 Reimers ci 4 11« Rohertson .w 4 2 2 0 Punne 2b 2 0 0 1 Trombold lb 4 3 2 2 Karla .3b 4 12 0 FIKIU'L FOKS—This defensive line for the Alums gave the Varsity a hard time. P’ront row (from left) Ed llussman, Carl Samuelson, Don Boll, Ralph Damkroger. Back row (from left) Jon McWilliams, Bob Wagner, Tom Novak, Bob Mullen. Neliraska Varsity Spills Hustling Alumni 14-6 Fischer and Naviaux Scorn for ISIJ; yacanti Tallies ¡.one Alum Tonchdoun Continued from Page ML Alumni. Smith ran well all day and All-American Boh Reynolds got into the act with a snazzy 17-yard dash in' the 4th quarter. The Alums were fops in 1st downs. 18-13, led in ru.sh- ing 184 yards to 120 and in passing 113 yards to 74. Jennings had special prai.se for Denni.s Emanuel of North Bend. A year ago Denny wa.s playing with (he Alums after he got out of service. But he ha.s returned to school and made the first learn at guard thi.i spring. He must clear up his scholastic standing thi.s summer to be eligible. 1Vam Sprril Brllcr “f)ur ovcr-all team speed looked better.” .Jennings observed “If there i.s one thing that will help us next fall, that’s what it should be. "We are grateful to the Alums for coming back for this game. They help us a lot by giving us a real lough game. 1 thought they were better organized than ever before and that’s a credit to Bob Davis who did such a fine job.” The Huskers have 2 more days of their alloted 20 remaining. They will spend them Monday and Wednesday, working on problems that arose in the All-Sports Day contest. V4RSITV Kmls Kfpr. Tunini, Mrlbilp, T. pp U iklp* MiiiiKPiiinn. I.aaba, GacUMna. Wpllman. I.iiaokp, I>« v 1 p Knianupl. f’(in.«plan, .Hipmrr, hostpr. M(>f»rp ( (MitPr* Oaniplk. k rirhp Kilrhpn Hark^ Tnllr, Stinnett. CoTinp, Marti, Fi.Khpt. Hpr«pniPt"f, Nnviaux, White. HiK-k, HiaeJow, Mri ;i-,hland, Alinnick AU MM Knd.i-I)«le, Oamkroan Uow- eitpi, Jonp». Lnehr. MrWilliain«, Minna k. iahabacker. Simun. Hrale\ Tackle* Roll. Conmir. Doyle. I<;\ana. Fleming, Glantj!. Goegleln, Huamann, Ppteraen, Hhnda. RamueUon. Torcaoo, Wheeder, Hoiloran. Guard*—Hauer. Br\ant. Curtl*. Hoy, Japupke. Kamp*. fCitzelinaii. Klein, Maana. Ponaeigo, RalMtrom, Wagner, KnpaJ. Rraaee. Center* Britt. Lyall, Mollen, Novalfc, PruBia, Scott. Rack* Rortbrgna. Brown, Carroll, t'ifra. K*r«uaon, R Flarher, Georae. Jobnaon, Korlnek, Reynold«, Sandaae. .SniHh, Thomaa, Thompaon, Varanti, Itarri.«. V.irdlr a « K a—It Alumni ton g— g Varallr arorini TD — P Fiacher, Naviaux PAT Naviaux <2 pi»., pax« from F'l.sfheri. Alumni ai oremg; TD \ acnnti Otririal«: Hill Jpiiiiinaa, releree; k:d TXoaek. umpire; Cliff Squire«, llneamant HANGOVER—Sam Vacant!, Alumni quarterback, finds a new barrier in T-formation exchange with center. Gerry Kf>aenberger, I > * «M 3* xp « Wr- * • * ^ it m ' ‘ ■ iP- ■■ ■ ■set"' ’ »*' *■ ^ ■ ■ « 'W ' ^ f ■ * *1 * at » 4110 Kane c 4114 0 0 0 0 Ruisinger lb 4 2 2 1 0 10 0 4 112 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 14 0 0 0 0 0 Wtlej p Russell p Miller If 4 0 2 4 h N'ewbill MashaU cf 4 0 0 0 Toiczon M Cuateri’g 3b 4 1 1 2 l.ewl.x rf Muegler 2b 4 110 c-.\IcKa.v Hanson rf 4 2 0 0 Sieler sa d-Zentlc Ziegenbein p 2 0 0 0 Gleason p 0 0 0 0 a Nelson 10 0 0 IVHal« M It It 10 Totals 33 « 13 t a—Walked for Gleason In 7th b—ran for Ruisinger m 7th. c—Ran for L*eis In 7th. d—Ran for bieler in 7th. Kansas 3*0 iWi 1* Nebraska 010 OOO 7— g E- Robertaon. LauterJung, Ruisinger 2. .Sielcr 2, Reimeri. Ziegenbein PO-A Kansas 21-7. Nebraska 21-10. LOB- Kansas 10. Nebra.ska 7. 2R Lauteriung. Sieler, HR Ruisinger. Kane. Torczon. S—Trombold IP H K ER BH HO S'*» Wllev fW. 2-3» 6^» 9 6 li « .3 Russell "V i i Ztegenl>ein (L, 4-2» « J J ^ Gleason 13 5 ^ WP Ziegenbein U Hergnri and Bing- •r T -2.16. A-550 test 3. Secoad Gatp* RANSAA NEBRASKA ab r h hi ab r h hi onaldson c 3 0 I 0 Relmera o< 110 0 ■ " 3 0 10 4 1X2 3 12 1 .3 0 0 0 .3011 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 10 1110 24 4 « 4 « ill ««« 0—■; 4M)4 ISHI X - 4 Hieler !’(>-A Kaii.xas 18 0, 'oaiusuu j w ...... .berta'n aa 3 0 0 0 Dunne ^ 3 0 0 0 Lewis If liter If 'ombuW iè Iley p .3# lut'rj’g 3b ussell p arshall cf uegler Jb ■inson rf Totals 111 -us >hra*ka •Mdler. 3 0 0 0 Kane c j t 1 u Kuis’ger lb I 0 0 » Tiirczon If 1 U « 0 Sieler is 2 10 0 Sears ;ib 4 0 12 Karle 3b r « 1 « Siptiler P ?< 2 4 X lulal* •braska 21-4. LOB Kansas 2. Ne- «ska B IB Muegler, r>«nald*«n, Lewis, Kane. Hanson. S IHiniie IF H R EK BB H» ley <L. 1-4» 4 « 4 4 4 1 i.ss*ll 2 ® ® i ,1 ibler tw. *-U ^ * I. * X tVP-itehlef TOP—Bv RR^lvr fSlar- iU», iT—Itangnr md Betw«. T—AtMt Mt (MM.X FATHER AND SO.N—3>d Doyle (left), former Hu.sker line great, faced hijf son Dennis, an NU freshman, during the Alurnni-Varsity game Saturday. Aluniaí quart«rbaoà Sam Vacanti kis fly with a Jit quarter pass k end Uaraou« C cmi I u LEAN NIPS MULLINS—Michigan Stale’s George Lean (left) edges out Joe Mulliiii of Nebraska in the thrilling finish of the 880-yard run Saturday. Lean was clocked in 1:52.5 and MulluiK io 1:52.7,

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