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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
o SPORTS in
By Charles L. Yochutn
Beltzer's Men Take
Fast Game From
Tlio CornliiiHkiMS treated the Wpb
luyun CoyoteH to u drubbing yesterduy
aftornon to the time of thirteen to h!x
on the WeBleyun Held. The game was
played In a bad wind which made fea
ture) playing ImpoHHiblu and cauHed
the play to (Iran throughout. NebraH
ka Htarted the HcorliiK in the llrst
round and only once were the Coy
otOH able to Ket a Hiilff at the bacon.
ThiH happened in the third when they
"JJOt Mi'Xt to .rtnrrrry- -for HreHoor
A walk, three twobageiH and a Hlngle
in the fifth netted Nebraska four
HcoreB and put the game out of reach
of the hungry CoyoteH
Although Hodman's mound offeringB
were bumped for twelve safe ones, he
worked strong In pincheB and refiiBeuV
to Ihhiio a complimentary ticket to first
boHe. Seven of the opposing bats
men Bwung futllly at his deceptive
Blunts and succeeded only in displac
ing the ozone. Chamberluin's work
for the Coyotes was not so effective.
While he allowed only ten hits, he
walked eleven men and this was a
material factor in swelling Nebras
Hurt was there in the receiving line
for Nebraska, and handled Rodman's
shoots and benders in faultless man
ner. Flory hit safe three times and
Haskell pulled off the feature play by
knocking the ball out of the lot for
AH. It. H. I'O.
Towie, if :'. : i a
Jones, lb 4 0 0 :?
HuHkell, :U) 4 It 2 1
Klory. ss (5 1 : 1
Frank, rf 4 (t (t 1
Muy, ef f 1 1 '1
Jumleson, 2b. . 4 2 1 1
Hurt, c 4 1 1 10
Rodman, p .... 4 1 1 0
Underwood, lb '1 1 0 f
Beltzer and "Pip"
Cook Head Indian
(Jarey, c . . . f
Hudson, ss . . . . f
Sweat, :U 4
Hull, lb r
Dodge, cf .... 4
Chamberlain, p 4
Hay worth, 2b. . 4
Johnson, rf ... 4
Totals 31 G 13 27 7 1
Score by innings:
Nebraska 3 10 0 4 0 0 0 513
Wesleyan 1 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 G
Struck out Hy Rodman 7, Cham
borlain 9: base on balls Rodman 0,
Chumberlin 11. Umpire McAlvey.
ARE HARD TO. BEAT ! !
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and Complete Line
We Solicit the Fraternity Trade
James 10. Heltzer, former Nebraska
baseball player and his brother,
"Ruck" Reltzer, are owners of the
pure blood Indian team, known aa
(Ireen's Nebraska Indians, which Is to
play the Seward State League team
at Capital Reach next Sunday after
noon. "IMp" Cook of former football
and baseball fame Ib captain and
The team consists of ten full-blooded
Indians and three pale raceff.'WTTTJ irnrf
by no means novices at the national
game. After playing the Seward
league Sunday, tho rod boys, who have
been training at Wesleyan for the last
two weeks, will Btart on an Itinerary
through tho northern states to New
England, down the east coaBt to Flor
ida, thence to Cuba, and then during
the month of November through Flor
dia, Mississippi and Louisiana.
The team will play In Chicago,
Washington, Baltimore and many of
the large cities of tho east. That the
team is a veteran one that will bo a
worthy opponent for strong nines Is
apparent from the fact that It has
made the trip to the Atlantic coast for
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