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UNL second bsseman Kurt Eubanks slides safely back to first base la the
first pr.e cf the Hcskers double-header sweep of the Northwestern
(Iowa) lltd Haiders. . i ,
Continued from P&3 Id .
Nebraska bean the sec
ond game of the double
header in much the way
they finished the first Neb
raska runners stole eight
bases in the first inning
as the Huskcrs racked up
The second inning prov
ed no easier for the hap
less Red Raiders. Neb
raska sent 16 men to the
plate in the bottom half
of the inning, and 12 of
Both teams remained
scoreless after the second
inning, and the scheduled
seven-inning game was
called after five because
of the ten run rule.
Nebraska pitcher Roer
Webb provided the only
suspense in the second
game, as the junior nar
rowly missed throwing a
no-hitter. Webb entered
the fourth inning with a
perfect game. After retir
ing the first hitter, a
Husker error and a dou
ble down the third base
line ended his chances
for a no-hitter.
Webb managed to retire
the next batter and struck
out another Red Raider
to end the inning. The
righthander easily set
down all three of North
western's batters in the
fifth inning to record a
shutout and post his
fourth win of the year
against -no losses.
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