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HOLDING THEIR, OWN.
We Can Please You
The University Team Wins Three Out of the First Six
Games Played Local Games.
The University bnao ball team started on its Southern and
Eastern trip a week ago last Thursday. Since then soveral
games have been played with Kansas and Missouri teams, three
out of the first six of which resulted in victories for Nebraska. A man is never at his best in
The first game was played with the Manhattan team and re- the old-fashioned kind of ready
suited in an easy victory for the University team, the score at made clothes sold in most cloth
the end of the ninth inning being 10 to 1 in favor of the latter. Tr ,
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The next game was with tho St. Mary s college team and J
was won by the University after ten innings of hard playing. yourself justice, try one of our
Tho following represents the score by innings: Hart, Schaffner & Marx finely
Nebraska: 000011000 13 tailored suits You can fret one
St. Mary's: 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 0-2 utuurcu buitb. Y oil can get one
Batteries: Nebraska, Molford and Moore; St. Mary's, Cor- that will fit as though made to
rigan and Tiornoy. Hits off Oorrigan, 6; off Molford, 2. measure and brinff out your good
Struck out by Molford, 9; by Oorngan, 1. Errors: St. Mary's, . & s
7, Nebraska, 3. Pomts better than anything the
At Topeka tho boys playod the Washburn team and mot de- average tailor can make to your
feat by a score of 3 to G. Bliss and Moore did the battery ,
work for tho Nebraskans, and Granley and Stahl for the Kan- omer- llie " b- M- sults
sans. Nebraska secured five hits and Washburn six. Both are elegant, durable and not
pitchers struck out six men each and Washburn got two bases
on balls, Nebraska, one.
At Lawrence, Kansas, the toam won a third victory, down
ing tho Kansas University team by a score of 8 to 5. Batter
ies: Nebraska, Molford and Moore; Kansas, Hall and Moore.
Hits for Kansas, 5; Nebraska, G. Errors: Nebraska, 3; Kan
sas, 4. Bases on balls oil Melford, 2; off Hall, 3.
The next game was played with the University of Missouri
at Columbia. Tho game was a repition of tho one played on
Nobraka's homo grounds a few wooke ago and resulted in an
other victory for Missouri. Score, G to 10. Melford and
Gordon did tho pitching for Nebraska, and Curtright for
Tho first game in Eastern states was played at Bloominglon,
Indiana. Tho game was playod well by both teams but was
lost by the Nebraskans by a score of four to six. Tho umpire
is reported to have favored tLo Indianans in several decisions.
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
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