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SQUAD HAS FOUR
CHANCES 10 WIN
Baseball Team Remains in
Losing List as Season
HURLERS DO GOOD WORK
Missouri and Oklahoma Arc
On Top of Heap; K. U.
To Visit Here.
By MARK PARKER.
With four games scheduled
within the next week Coach Har
old Urownc's Cornhuskei nine will
make a last effort to climb out of
tU? rcllar in tne Uijj Six baseball
longue. Two pirrra ngainst Kan
sas, one tn Friday and one on Sat
urday, will mark the Inst local ap
pearance of the Huskers fur this
season. Ou May 20th and 27th the
Huskers will be guests of the
Kansas Aggie sqjtul at Manhat
tan. Out of six conference .starts the
Nebraska team has thus tar failed
to turn in a victory. Victims of
Iowa State, Oklahoma and Mis
souri, the Corr.huskers have played
cnatic ball the entire season. At
the present lime Missouri and Ok
lahoma are tied for the lead in the
race for Bi Six honors, both
teams having: dropped one game.
Kansas defeated Oklahoma in a
postponed garr.!? and handed Mis
souri their only defeat earlier in
Gaiic Goes 14 Innings.
Ncmaska carried the league
leading: Oklanoma team into four
teen innings en Land's Field last
week before the i.sitors could
score the winning: run, the tinal
score being: 'i to 1. However, the
Huskers should have had the game
on ice long before extra innings
were necessary but were unable to
connect for safe hits. Missouri took
advantage of S errors on the part
of the Huaktr nine Friday to win a
9 to 0 verdict and Then turned
mound the following clay to win 6
to 5 after they went into the ninth
inning trailing by a 5 to 3 count.
Followers ot Cornhusker base
bi.ll are morn than a little disap
pointed over the shoving: of Coach
Browne's charges this season. A
turn-about with victories over
Kansas and Kansas Aggies in their
next four contests will do much to
lcmuve the stigma attached to the
present position of the Huskers.
However, the Huskers will have to
develop a bit more punch and be a
bit more proficient in fielding tnan
they have in the past to climb our
of their cellar position.
Huriers Work Good.
Huskor hurlers have done better
than average work in the com
pleter games. Hank Armatis'
work against Oklahoma was as
tine a bit of college hurling as has
been displayed n these parts for
some time and his teammates
Wandra and Oetgen have also
turned in some good mound work.
Coach Browne has shifted his
batting liuc-up again and again in
an effoil to find a combination
that could connect for base hits
and has shiltcd his infield and out
Hold in an effort to cut down the
number of errors. The showing
against Kansas this week-end will
demonstrate whether the Huskers
ite "late starters" or merely lack
the punch to compete against other
Bix nix nines.
"Rpp-rap-rap" goes P.niy Yrge
Irr's gavel and the golf court con
venes. Judge Vogi-ler: This court will
kindly come to order. The ca.se be
fore us is Delta Tan Delta vs.
R'g-m.i Nu. The Delts are the pla'n
tifta and the Sigma Nus are the
plaintiffs whii the Sigma Nus and
Delts are the defendants.
Hitfh Pnn.Ua: Watch it. Vogeler,
or 1 11 brain you with my mashie.
Judge Vogeler: What I want to
know is who won ?
Chorus: Sigma Nus and Delts.
Joe Alter: Technically, theoretic
ally, hypotiicticaily and justly this
court, can make only one decision.
Three Hours Later.
Judge Vogeler: Both parties are
guilty but the Delts and Sigma
Nua are innocent. This court or
dains that Delta Tau Delta and
Sigma N'u will replay its semi
finals intramural go'f match with
out d?lay if not sooner.
Al.so, if somenody doesn't win
this time everybody' gets fined for
contempt of court and aggravated
A FTEK some complicated dis
puting the golf controversy
ends with Sigma Nu and Delta
Tau Delta playing over their dead
locked links contest. That's the
logical solution, thanks to the wis
dom of Intramural Director Voge
ler, and may the best putters win.
LJERE'S something. Toss a plank
a c r o 8 8 Memorial Stadium
fence seat Hugh Rhea on one end
of th plank and Ra'ph Rodgers
and Don McDonald on the other
and you have a perfect balance
that is of course if the hurculean
Nebraska weight roan doesn't have
his shot put in his pocket.
Rodgers ran as lead-off man and
McDonald as number 2 baton car
rier in the ir.ila relay race that
captured the Kansas dual meet for
Nebraska not long ago.
It would seem that there is some
discrepancy In the sizes of differ
ent members of Coach Schulte'a
IT'S the eve of the Eig Six con-
ference outdoor. A wager that
there is a husky former K. U. star
who has some misgivings as this
SOONER DISTANCE STAR
Championship; ot all kinds have
j fallen to Glen Dawson, captain and
j distance runner of the University
of Oklahoma track squad.
His 1JC1 titles: "Big Six" indoor
mile champion In 4:24.1; southwest
exposition mile champion and record-holder
in 4:24.5; Kansas relay
3,000 metre champion in 8:53.5.
His 1929-30 achievements: "Big
Six" crosscounty champion with
phenomenal mark of 24 :57 for five
miles: K. C. A. C. Indoor two-mile
champion in 10:02.3; "Big Six" in
door mile champion in 4:27.6; "Big
Six" outdoor mile champion in
week end approaches. For Jim
Bausch was a great track per
former and he has had to stand by
helplessly and see Hugh Rhea ap
propriate the shot put laurels that
were his last year.
It would be great to see those
t weieht. men fieht it out
in the Big Six. Pvhea has displayed ,
such sensational form this season
that he looks like the best man.
but Jarring Jim would furnish j
some stiff competition, something t
that no one else in cne conicicuti:
Rh.o 1 1 1 urinuslv threaten
iBauschs 49 feet lO'a inch mark
that is the present conierence
Wrestling Bout Is Given to
Football Star, Two Out
SUSTAINS CRACKED RIB
Eefore 1,200 fans last night Ray
Richards lost the first and won the
last two falls from Adam Krieger
of Lincoln on a wrestling mat in
the Auditorium to triumph in his
most crucial encounter so far.
Undefeated thus far this is the
most important bout that the for
mer Cornhusker spectacular foot
ball tackle has been able to annex.
Richards carried a thirty-four
pound weight advantage tipping
the scales at 212 pounds as com
pared with the 178 pounds of vet
eran wrestling beef on Krieger s
The first fall went to Krieger in
fifteen minutes after Richards at
tempted to pull his opponent over
on his head and was himself
dumped on his upperextremity in
a dazed condition.
In the second session Richards
was tossed out of the ring and
alighted on a rib which promptly
cracked under the strain. After a
rest and medical examination the
husky Ray came back and plast
ered Krieger to the cushions in
two minutes even.
The count stood at a fall apiece.
Seven minutes later after slap
ping each other's faces a bit Rich
ards let Krieger have a flying
tackle that was unmistakable in its
intent and effect. The fall went to
Richards and along with it the
match. Richards successfully
fought, experience and mat wisdom
with a fierce, physical strength and
prowess that was too much for the
older and more experienced mat
man. BARBS PROTEST
(Continued from Page 1.)
to the casual observer. I believe
that these conflicts in themselves
ahnnr that the new constitution
Lupersedes all previous election
Williams further claims that
election rules were violated in the
counting the votes. He pointed to
Article III of the election rules on
page 72 in thi University cata
logue, which says that all ballots
shall be counted by election offi
cials. This, he says, was not fol
lowed. He claimed yesterday that
he himself had aided in the count
ing, and that Delphian Nash, presi
dent of the Barb faction, and Jack
Erickson, Nebraskan reporter, also
had aided. Neither of the last two
are members of the council. Both
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4 ;28.3. Dawson is the only Sooner
ever to win a conference outdoot
The big Skiatook boy has a
powerful running motor stout
heart and strong lungs. He drives
himself around the cinder oval
with a pair of perfectly propor
tioned legs. His stride, arm action
and body lean are technically per
fect. His "bullet" finish, so dubbed
by Kansas relay sports writers, is
effective principally because of its
length. Dawson starts accelerat
ing at the 220-yard post and main
tains his sprint right up to the
VOGELER RULES GOLF
Decision Follows Argument
Of Fraternities Over
TO RESTAGE ENCOUNTER
Golf has taken a setback.
Rudy Vogeler. after presenta
tion of arguments pro and con by
the Delts and Sigma Nus on their
golf match several days ago, has
ruled that the contest will have to
be replayed in order to determine
beyond doubt the rightful winners.
The encounter will probably be
restaged today with the survivor
of this second Delta Tau Delta
Sigma Nu bout scheduled to match
golf strokes with the Sigma Chis
in the championship eighteen hole
stretch. The Sigma Chi team de
feated Delta Upsilon link artists to
reach the finals. Last year's
champs, the Phi Sigs, downed the
Sigma Chis in the title contest last
Big play for the Jack Best
trophy finds all eyes centered on
the outcome of the elimination
tournament now scheduled in play
ground baseball. Games are to be
contested as follows: Tau Kappa
Epsilon vs. Pi Kappa Phi, Thurs
day at 5 o'clock; Alpha Gamma
Rho vs. winner of Delta Tau
Delta-Lambda Chi Alpha, Friday
at 5 o'clock; Sigma Alpha Mu vs.
winner of Tau Kappa Epsilon-Pi
Kappa Phi, Saturday at 5 o'clock.
The championship contest has
been appointed to take place Mon
day, May 25, at 5 o'clock.
Three fraternities are rallying
all of their forces to sprint toward
the tape that will be broken by the
captor of the Jak Best trophy.
Alpha Gamma Rho holding a
point advantage from past feats
this year, is matched against Phi
Kappa for the horseshoe cham
pionship, and is among the six
teams still in the running for the
playground baseball crown.
Delta Tau Delta is one of the
three teams vieing for the golf
championship and is a strong con
tender for playground baseball
laurels. The Delts are in third
place in Greek ratings at present
trailing Tau Kappa Epsilon by a
The Tekes have been favorites
to carry off playground baseball,
the only major sport yet unde
cided. Baseball counts 150 -points
while golf and horseshoes only
carry fifty point counts toward
Jack Best tabulations.
Thu giant cup would appear to
be anybody's mantlepiece judging
from the competition at hand.
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Big Six Track Meet Holds
Primary Interest of
BASEBALL IS SCHEDULED
Racqueteers Will Conclude
Season With Iowa
Cornhusker spring sports jubU
lee, the gala athletic weed end of
May such is the program for this
coming Friday. Saturday and Sun
day when Husker sportsmen go in
for activity and cutertainmcnt in
a big way.
The feature show is, of course,
the Big Six conference track meet
with preliminaries on Friday and
finals on Saturday, heralded as
one of the outstanding track
festivals in the country. It is
significant also that Nebraska has
been host to this party of spiked
warriors for the last two years.
The explanation for this is cited
as centering around the apprecia
tion as a school and city to be
found for track and field events in
But track is not all. Friday and
Saturday the last home baseball
games lor the Huskers take place
with Kansas university bringing a
nine to Lincoln.
Then Saturday afternoon Ne
braska tennis players will say
goodby to the 1931 season when
they volley and drive it out with
Iowa State college on the Lincoln
Sunday the final gesture of "N"
club men, Nebraska's organization
of letter winners from all sports
will feature a picnic to begin in
the morning at Horky's park in
Crete and last most of the day.
Then a two game baseball series
May 26 and 27 with Kansas at
Manhattan will finish off the var
sity sports program in all divisions
until football holds the spotlight
again next fall.
THREE IN TO CARRY
01 STATE CHANCES
Putnam, Hager and Bob
Hager Will Lead
AMES. Ia. As a finale of con
ference track competition six "Big
Six" teams will battle for cham
pionship honors at Lincoln Friday
and Saturday, f our teams, Kansas,
last year's champion, Nebraska,
Oklahoma and Iowa State, are
definitely in the running with their
array of individual stars.
Both the Cvclones and Huskers,
who raced to a 65 -.2 point tia in
their dual meet, nave a siigm cuge
on Kansas and Oklahoma, accord
ing to dual meet results, but there
are many of the events in doubt
and one of the "darK norses may
garner enough points to throw the
meet to either Kansas or Okla
homa, Missouri and Kansas State
are not considered championship
Iowa State's chances are based
principally on Bob Hager, star
hurdler, Ray Putnam and Earl La
hertew. altho Rioner. javelin
thrower, is conceded a high placing
in nis event, wager, noiuer tu wv
Drake relay record in the high
hurdise, is favored to win the h
sticks and defend his record ft
14.5 won last year.
In the ditsance events Dawson,
Ok'ahoma, and Putnam, Iowa
State, will furnish a feature duel.
Every time these two endurance
stars have run against each other
in the mile aod two mile, Putnam
has won one race and Dawson the
Kansas, with Sickel and Klaner,
is conceded the short sprints. Both
have run the 100 yard dash in 09.6
and the 220 in :21.3. Coffman, Kan
sas' versatile sophomore pole
vaulter, is another possible Jay
hawk point winner. Coffman in his
first year of college competition
has consistently vaulted near the
thirteen foot mark.
Nebraska is counting on a new
record from Hugh Rhea as well as
a number of points in the weight
events. Rbea has thrown the six
teen pound shot near the world
record mark and has been unde
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feated this year in eleven meets.
Tomson, defending champion broad
Jumper, and his two team mates
In that event. Gray and Haggc,
may pcore a slam for the Corn
huskers. Bob Osterbaan, middle
distance star, has been counted on
for points in the quarter and half
mile events, but mny not compete
because of a leg injury. Besides
Dawson, Oklahoma centers its
hope around Cliftord '.ll, star in
three events, the quarter and half
mile runs and the broad jump.
TEMPEST IS SEEN
TO BE IMMINENT
(Continued from Page l.i
tion a different sort of problem
will be up for discussion. They are
faced with the disturbing realiza
tion that their party is in a state
of complete lethargy. Further
more they are smarting under the
iting of polling a smaller number
of party affiliation votes than the
In Tuesday's election the Yel
low Jackets averaged less than
eighteen votes per house when
their potential represent ative
strength actually averaged forty
five votes per nouse. In plain
words they were represented by
hlightly over a third of their group
nt the polls. Following the three
complete election defeat? of the
current year the Yellow Jacl-et
faction is in dire need of an im
mediate and stirring rejuvenation.
For eight months their candidates
have in every case been "also
rans," even despite the fact that
Blue Shirts themselves have con
ceded that they have placed good
men ;n the fields.
The manner of "reawakening"
which the Yellow Jackets will
pursue is not yet known possibly
tey have not yet found a solution.
If the Yellow Jackets are to re
turn as a recognized political ele
ment on the Nebraska campus
they will have to demonstrate
power in the election next fall.
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TO DOUBLE UP FOR RE
MAINDER OF TERM.
(Continued from Page 1.)
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other truck and the chief.
It didn't take them long to
string their hose with the aid of
students and other people. Arriv
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were soon In action. Two firemen
performed some spectacular woik
for the thousands of people who
thronged the campus to watch the
These two firemen ascended a
ladder to the roof of the building
when the lire was going its best.
At once they began to chop holes
in the roof by means of a pickaxe.
ThrmiL'liout this time the smok'
continued to loll out from the roo.
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The Lincoln fire department
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