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THE DAILY NKBRASKAN
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SOPHS PULL VICTORY
JUNIORS LOSE BASKETBALL
CHAMPIONSHIP BY ONE
ALMOST PUGILISTIC CONTEST
Both Teams Fight Fiercely for Suprem
acy But SophS Climb Up At
the Finish. Score
Tin- Sophs have won another cham
pionship. The juniors were the goats
this lime. The sophs won from the
freshmen several das ago and the
seniors defaulted to the juniors. This
left the championship game to he
played between the second and third
year men The came together last
night in a battle that would put the
suftnmette riots of England so far in
the shade that thes resemble moi e
the pink teas of our own lair maidens
According to some of the feminine
spectators that were present, it was
held in a manner somewhat resem
bling oik of those inter-sorority conn
cil meetings of old
The two teams and the dishonorable
referee appeared on the field at about
8 o'clock, ready for the fray After
much arguing as to the eligibility of
the various players, the battle started
and it sure was some battle. The most
of the Soph players were late and the
team started with a crippled lineup, it
being found necessary to impress se
eral men from a gym class that was
The Juniors .soon acquired a ten
point lead on the improvised Soph
team The regular Soph team ap
pean-d at this moment and the game
took a different turns The first half
ended with the score 14 to J). The sec
ond half was close and some real pug
ilism was engaged in. Finley, the long
hungry looking center for the Sophs
secured several goals at this juncture
and, coupled with some excellent
guarding by Southwick, made the score
climb up until at the close of the coin
bat the Sophs were one point in the
When the whistle blew for the final
call of time a count of the injured
was taken. It was found that one of
the Sophs had a cut in the back of
his head requiring three stitches A
junior discovered a broken arch in his
foot after one pile-up Both teams
tried several times to intimidate the
referee but he, being a man of fear
less character, refused to be frightened
and made the teams go on with the
game even at the risk of his life. Some
suitable reward will be given the win
ners. The line-ups:
V Krause, Thompson, Thiesen.
(J Baunian, Israel, Southwick.
F Cutwright, Hacely, Heavis.
G C.elwiek, Kavan.
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