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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1903)
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The northern basket-ball tour re
sulted In two dbcfstve defeats for the
Cornhuskers. On Saturday night the
Minnesota Agrlcultlital College wbn
from Nebraska by a ticoro of 13 to"' 4
Saturday night Mjnnd'sbUi ijniyerslty
took Nebraska' Into catnip to hfr k&6
of 41 to 'l4, 'This' outcome is tiot"far
frqrtr what was rettJected.. Neither tif
these (.earns hav0 been defeated this
yca,r, while MInnesoU holds the west
ern chdmpiohship, the te'dm returned
yesterday morning at 1 a. tn., cohbldef-
Ably tired out and, report haylijg en-'
joyed a Very fine trip. This closes the
eeapbn for Nebraska, and Minnesota
has played hef last game of the year
on het home floor. Ferguson umpired
L The Nebraska quintet is far from
satisfied with the result of Friday
night's game arid claim that the score
'does hot indicate the comparative'
Btrength of the tv?o teams. The char
acter of this game' can be told in 6ne
.word, namely, "football." Fbrty-ttwo
ifoulB were called during the game and
two men were "knocked out" This
Bhows the style of play The Nebras-r
jkq players complain strongly of the
treatment received at the hands of the'
officials. The "AggW we're the rough
est proposition found this year' and
only fourteen fouls were called on
them, while Nebraska suffered the
penalty df Just twice that number. Ne
braska failed to tbrbw a goal.
In the first half the Cornbuskers
.showed the effects of the long trip and
were unable to reach their usual speed.
fBealdcs, it seemed an off night, as
time and again the ball would refuse to
enter the basket and only one foul was
thrown out of four trials. The half
I ended fc to 1 in' favor of the "fanners."
In the second half Nebraska rallied
wonderfully and played whirlwind ball,
only to fall to And the basket Here
three fouls were thrown out of eleven
trials and the game ended without a
gQal from the field.
" For the agriculturalists, Tonhave,
center, threw three goals, SUntson,
forward, two, and Mellcke, guard, two
fouls. For Nebraska, Elliot threw
three fouls and Hewitt two. The lineup:
Sidles has the largest
jrcriRc !y,f.C Mi
the Bcason. This fs corroDorated by a
Minneapolis paper, which mado the
following- statement: -"JMehraska. put
up. thq gamiest fight of, the season.0 '
The Nobraska team wa. considerably
handicapped owing. to thcal)ape ofcthe
ileld; which was one hundrdtfeet long
andv only thirtyflyie wjde, Their
passes to forwards fell Bhdrt-as a usua),
thing and in adva&cirig4th'e, ball up, the
flold it would be thrown too hardt
Throughout the entire, game, avery Ne
braskan was a Btar. Elllpt ma(e
twelve of the fourteen points for his
team. The ornhuskor 'guardB held
itheir swift opponents down to foi)r
goals. A peculiar thing about this
game was that the guards and qenter
threw fifteen of the nineteen goals for
Minnesota. Nebraska's goals were all
thrown from a very long distance, Bi
llot getting three out of-the four. made
and Benedict tho other.
In the first halt 1 Minnesota played
with a rush which fairly carried the
Cornhuskera off fj their f pet and Leach-
threw a goal in less than a mlnut&.
Nebraska was unable to stem thp tide
of opposition and her opponents scored
almost at will.
In the second half the Nebraska men
had become somewhat accustomed to
the floor and put up a much finer, ex
hibition ot ball. Their team work was
excellent v The Gophers, slackened cpn
slderably and Nebraska improved her
This game was free from all that
marred the contest of the previous
night. Both sides played clean basket
ball and no fault was found with the
work of the officials. The University
band furnished the music.
For Minnesota, goals from field:
Leach 0, Tuck 5, Klefor 4, Varco 8,
Deering 1. For Nebraska, goals: Bl,
liot 3, Benedict 1. Fouls: Deering 3
and Elliot 6. The line-up:
. Minnesota. Nebraska.
Tuck . '. C. ..Hewitt (Capt)1
Deering (Capt.)...F Elliot
Varco F Benedict
Kiefer O Hiltner
Leach G Hoar
Umpires Ferguson and O'JCeefe.
. . .F Elliott
, ..F Benedict
...C... Hewitt (Capt)
The men are fairly well satisfied with
the outcome of the University game,
and Nebraska has reason to be content
with the .work of her team here They
threw' four goals oh thei Gophers, and
.Wisconsin-failed to throw a single one.
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Besides, the'Cornhuskers put up. a, bet
ter. 'Bcdre than did the 'WoJ.yprlnea,
who were defeated recently by iitnne-
spta byv.a. score of J?$ to 1L - Tf hV a.
xnlrers or tne maroon-- una oia.'gpia,
were far from sparing in, their praise
of the work of the-Nebraska teaniand
the-Gopher players weVe .frank to con-.
In a bowling match between the
Alpha Theta Chis and Deta Upsllona
Friday night the former won two
games out of three. Previous to this
the Delta Upsilon team held first Place.
Now every fjraternity team, haa the
tame score of UOO. Some very close
'and interesting contests will 'be neces
sary to determine the. final standing of
the contestants. -
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