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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
' eiT SPORTS ' '
By Charles L. Yochum
. 4 4.
Winning Streak Continues
Antelopes Take Third
of Topeka Series
Lincoln continued ItH winning Htrouk
yesterday by winning an uneventful
game from Topeka by a score of 3 to
J. Huff Khinan had the visitors shut
out until the ninth when an error to
gether with two hits allowed the Kaws
to Blip a run across, robbing him of a
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the Antelopes were able to bunch their
The score by inning: R. H. E.
Topeka ...00000000 1 I 8 1
Lincoln . . 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 x :? 8 1
Batteries Topeka, Reynolds, Rich
ardson and Billings; Lincoln, Ehman
A. T. 0s Take One
From Kappa Sigs in
Tight Game Wednesday
In a very well played same, the
Alpha Tau Omega nine defeated the
Kappa Sigma team by a close score
of 8 to 4. Each team was credited
with one. error each while the hits
were kept fairly well scattered.
The feature of tho game was the
home run hit made by Louie Allen of
the Alpha Tau team. The Alpha Tans
also succeeded in pulling off a double
The score by innigs: R. II. E.
Alpha Tau 1 2 2 0 0 1 x G 0 1
Kappa Sigma.. 0 12 0 0 0 14 7 1
Hatteries Alpha Tau Omega,
Neighbors and Zumwinkel; Kappa Sig
ma Temple and Krause.
Struck out By Neighbors, 7; by
Varsity Drubs Frosh
In Baseball Game
The varsity indulged in a bat-fest
with the freshman yesterday after
noon. Although the hitting was heavy
on both sides, the varsity easily
showed their superior pellet pushing
ability by driving fourteen counters
across the plate while the efforts of
their younger opponents left them four
the practice and team work of their
advanced brothers, but at times
showed remarkable fielding ability.
The game was featured by the hit
ting of both teams. Several long arch
ers were driven out against tho wind
for two and three bases, that would
have been homers on an ordinary day.
Towle, Jameson, and May worked well
for the varsity while Spier, Houlett
and Crichex were the stellar perform
ers for the freshmen.
MEDICS BURST FORTH
(Continued from Page 1.)
U. of N. and a skull and crossbones In
red. There will be a pennant of the
same design floating from University
hall. This gruesome emblem does not
forecast a coining event but is merely
a token by which a medic can be iden
tified in case his enthuslas carries him
too far, and he finds himself in the
camp of the enemy.
On Saturday the students are guests
of the faculty at Omaha. All day there
will be special clinics, so dear to tho
heart of a medic, at the various hospi
tals of the city. In the evening to wind
up a glorious five days of pleasure
there will be several parties given by
Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Hho Sigma, Nu
Sigma Phi, and other fraternities and
other fraternities and sororities of the
The booster committee to Insert the
necessary amount of onthusiasm into
the events will be Moser, Johnson and
Installation of the now Y. W. C. A.
cabinet will bo held Wednesday at
7 o'clock. Both old and new cabi
nets will meet In tho association
rooms. Miss Eva Moris will bo present.
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One of tho features of this week's bill at the Orpheum is Charles
ll. Lawlor and his two ehanning and talented daughters, Mabel and
Aliee, who present character studies in song that are a delight. The
girls have inherited much of their father's ability and the trio is de
serving in every respect. The act is replete with bright sayings and
tuneful songs and likely to create more than passing attention.
Hagenslck's Orchestra, Auto B-2990.
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