The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 07, 1913, Image 4

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liy Charles L. Yochum
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Kean ey Nine Gives
In to Huskers to
Tune of 20 to 2
In a game uneventful except for the
numeroiiH IiKh and scores made hy the
'orn)niHker team, NehraHka won from
the Kearney Normalites by the one
Hlded score of 20 to 2 The Normal
iteH scored in the first of tlie Heventh
by hits and an error hy Harte Car
rig, tlie first man up, hit .safely for a
single, KHsert following him managed
to get a shingle and in tlie attempt to
nitch Canig at third Harte threw the
ball wild allowing both men to score.
i in lourin inning
-fitv-vm-Um-ucxliiiaiiiin. struck oi)t.
.111 i iiiii Hi" '! nini ij ii nivi hiiHiu
t and Randolph was an easy out,
llaiie to I-'lory thus retiring the side
In not a siimle ining was Nebraska
unable to score a run In the first
tlie ('ornhuskei s were able to push six
counters across the plate In the sec
ond and third they were not so for
tunate, scoring only one run each The
scoilng continued thusly until the
eighth when a .single by Haskell, two
base hits b May and Klor scoied
lour inns lor the Huskers
The hitting ol the .Nebraska team extra good and the bo s fattened
up their batting averages enough to
mi i them through the rest of the
sea.son I'nderwood was able to se
cuie a thiee banner l-'lory was more
I oi lunate, seeming two two sackers
and May likewise was able to get
aa with a two base hit
Ueckoff, on the mound for (he Ne
braska team, did excellent work
One Hit Off "Snooky"
Yochum in Sigma Nu-
Sigma Chi Game
Sigma Nuh won over the Sigma Chlb
in the Initial game of their frat sched
ule hy a score of 2 to 0 The excel
lent pitching of "Ick" Yochum, the
lanky t wirier of the Sigma Nus, was
the feature
The Sigma Nus scored in the (list
inning on an infield lilt by Patterson,
a stolen base, and a hit into the bleach
ers hy Samuelson A base on balls,
two stolen bases and an infield out
gave the Sigma Nus another score in
tlie fourth inning
fly, down the light foul line b liar
old I'otter's superb pitching went foi
nothing because of the Sigma ( Mil's in
ubllltj to hit
Score b innings R 1 1 K
Sigma Nu 1 () 0 1 ii 2 '1 0
Sigma (Mil 0 n (i (i ii h 1 0
I In I I nrl iu tii'iii'i NT 1 1 V tt li it in niwl
1.1HI. ..... .'Illll .-.H, I 'M llllltl llll.l.
Patterson, Sigma (Mm - Potter and
Smith Umpire l)oc
st i iking out lis e men and allow ing only
seen hits Sumoich started tor the
Normalites but lasted onl (he in
nings and was replaced b V Ran
dolph who tared little better from the
furious onslaughts o Nebraska
MMie scoiing In inniiig.s R K
Nebraska t; 1 1 :', :: 1 I t L'!i L'
Keai ne 0 U ll d ( o J u '1 7 -,
Hatteiies Nebraska, Ileckoff and
Harte, Kearnej. Snmoich, W Ran
dolph and Lawyer
Umpire Kolbach
ifc ' i mii 1 1 mm 1 1 n MJfclBB & Sipiw
Tlie headline atti action for this last week of the
Orpheum season is Creasy and Dayne in Mr. Ciess's
best sketch, "The Village Lawyer."
Fine Correspondence Cards and
Papetries at Low Prices
For Commencement Gifts
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Spoons Novelties Seals
Leather, Felt and Bronze Novelties
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