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The Lincoln Stari
Lincoln, Nebraska
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TWELVE Tflfi LINCOLN STARAPRIL II. 19(6 a it kjsi wmt nny Fast ver lit For co CHICAGO CLUB EXEHTS THAT EVIL SPELL Oklahoma Bonds Its Golf, Tennis and Baseball Teams To Nebraska This Weekend, University of Nebraska athletes 24 year old sophomore was blasted for eight hits and five runs in 3 2 3 innings, Philadelphia's Athletics evened their series with the New York Yankees when they hopped on Rookie Randy Gumpert for five runs in the seventh inning to beat the Bronx Bombet 7 1, before 11,901 spectators. Old Bobo Newsom silenced the Yanks with three safeties. Southpaw Max Lanier celebrated his return to the big leagues by blanking Pittsburgh with seven scattered singles as the St, Louis Cardinals defeated the Pirates, 6 0. Hank Behrman, a 24 year old right hander who was purchased from the Montreal only last Monday, turned back the Boston Braves with nine scattered hits as Brooklyn evened the series with a 4 2 victory. Cit She9toan iisSSSBSSS town Detroit Tigers go down to defeat, also in the ninth inning, when the St. Louis Browns counted twice on a pair of hits, two walks and Vern Stephens' fly to defeat the Bengals, 7 6 The Brown had whittled the Tigers' lead to one run in the previous inning when Walter Judnich, back after three years in the army, blasted a two run homer. Ginnls Still If liming. The Giants kept pace with the Cubs hv defeating Philadelphia, 5 2, for their second straight over the Phillies. The 31 year old Bob Joyce, recruit from the Pacific Coast league, gained his first National league victory in limiting the Phils to seven blows. Cleveland and Boston's Red Sox were the only other teams to keep their 1944 slates clean. The Indians continued to get fine pitching as Allie Reynolds hurled a five hitter against the Chicago White Sox to help Cleveland win, 7 1. Ken Keltner paced the Tribe attack with a pair of homers and a double which drove in four runs. The Red Sox staged an old fashioned slugging bee against five Washington throwers which netted them 15 hits and a 13 8 decision over the Senators. Ted Williams and Dom Dimaggio led the Bosox attack, Williams enjoying a perfect day with two doubles, a single and three walks, while Dom clouted a three run homer and tallied four times. ierrlss Fait Go Paee, Boston's jubilation was softened by the failure of Dave (Boo) Ferriss, its 21 game winner last year, to last four innings. The JOt: HI I III I H. Pre Sport Writeri. ryHS Chicago Cubs, who last year equally major league sand ard by trimming the Cincinnati Reds 21 times In 22 meetings, lire off to good start today in an attempt to duplicate the performance this year against Bill McKechme's weary Redlegs. Yesterday's 11 7 triumph, coming on the wings of Phil Cavar retta's home mn which highlighted a five run splurge in the ninth inning, was Chicago's second straight win over the Rhinelanders, both victories coming in the final frame. As in Tuesday's opener, when they led the Cubs, 3 0, going Into the ninth, only to lose, 4 3, the Reds enjoyed 7 6 advantage after eight stanzas yesterday. But the Cuba came up with the big five in their last turn at bat for their twenty third victory in their last 24 games with Cincinnati. Pitcher Took a Pounding, Cinry's Johnny Vandermecr of no hit fame, making hit postwar debut, and Hank Wyse, the Cubs' 22 winner last year, opposed each other at the start, but both were not around at the finish, Emil Rush received credit for the victory and Clyde Shoun, third Of four Red leg hurlers, was the loser. A crowd of 4.529, part of the day's total of 74,207, witnessed the Cubs triumph, which placed them in an early season tie for first place with the New York Giants. In contrast, Tuesday's total opening day attendance was 238,730. The largest turnout of the day, 14,330, watched the home Ulajor League ISox Seores ft. eb Rar a a ww i Youths In Mali? cowi.yg uscoix tie into an ambitious week end schedule Friday afternoon. Slated for at home engagements with University of Oklahoma ath letic teams Friday are Comhusker baseball, golf and tennis squads. On Saturday, with Husker track men oiading lor nonors in the Kansas relays at Lawrence, the golf and baseball outfits play re peat engagements with their iocs from Soonerland. The tennis squad will be idle. Tough Assignment. Coach "rank Smagaca't baseball squad draws one of its toughest assignments in the Sooner nine. The Oklahomans, who have dropped only one game to date, boast an impressive early season record. Smagacx is planning no drastic lineup revisions following his team's unsuccessful invasion of the home diamond of the Minnesota Gophers last week end. The Husker dropped two decisions to the Gophers after two earlier vic tories over the University of Colorado. Smagact indicated Thursday that his starting pitcher for Friday's 4 p. m. engagement with the Sooners will be either big Jim Sandstedt, Wally Scheef or Harold Jacob. council has no member of negro blood, then we shall savvy what the man on the street corner was talking about, when he exhorted one and all who reside In glaaa domiciles to refrain from tossing stray stone. IN DEMANDING that Nebraska withdraw its conference membership unless the Big Six faculty board bows to its wishes, student council heat's possibly have over looked the likely Dissolution Ot Big Six Just Ahead factMhat the race problem in athletics thus pre cipitated will not need to be solved either individually by Nebraska's member of the Big Six faculty governing board or by he latter body as a whole. As a matter of fact, it wouldn't be necessary for Nebraska to withdraw fiom the conference, inasmuch as the moment a majority vote seeks to force its will on th Missouri and Oklahoma faculty delegates, the Big Six as a body will automatically cease to exist. Cease for the simple reason that neither Missouri nor Oklahoma ever has shown the slightest inclination to compromise or make terms in the question involved. All of which means that If the student councils of Kansas and Nebraska, which have brought the race question out In the open, acquire the support of Kansas State and Iowa State, the dissolution of the conference will be a certain result. PLEAD guilty here to having misinformed the Nebraska public. Unintentional on our part for the reason that the information handed to us in the first place was it. Still Head 'oaeh faulty. Our faux pas had to do with Texas the future activities of Dana X. Bible, who, according to recent dispatches from Austin, was surrendering the head coaching task of 1946 to his capable first aide, Blair Cherry, and his first line helper, "Bully Gilstrap. Also that D. X. hereafter would be content to serve as director, thus giving the Cherry Gilstrap pair free hand to tutor the Long horn football squad, come next September. The chief fault with the above version is that it jumped the gun exactly one year In other words, the Cherry Gil strap duo, In Lincoln this week to hobnob ft few days with Bernie Masterson while inspecting the ball handling tricks when the formation is In use, assure us that D. X. will be top mentor of the Long horns again this fall, thus fulfilling his 10 year eontract, after which he will retire to the directorship and pass the reins to his present helpers. MM ERE we are again, breaking out with a rash in the region of our bump of curiosity, therefore to ask what seems to us to be a pertinent question, as follows: Does the stu ff Student Council Consistent? dent council at the University of Neb a which this week passed a resolu tion demanding that the Corn husker institution withdraw from the Big Six conference unless negro athletes are permitted to participate as members of varsity teams, have on its membership roster any representative of the negro race? In quest of the information out lined in the above interrogation we are soliciting jthe help of Mr George Round, head of the uni versity's department of public in formation and publicity Until we hear from Director Round, we thall be wholly in the dark, yet if his eventual response is to the effect that the student PAIR OF SOONER SLUGGERS The Unlrarsitr of Oklahoma banding its crack basoball club only one dofoatod ta naarly a doson gamot to da to to Nebraska U. this woak ond. Tho Soonora aro dated to tanglo with the Cornhuakor Friday and Saturday en the rareity diamond north of tho oat wing of tho btadlum tho Friday aame at 4 p. m. and tho Saturday fray at two. In tho picture, loft to rights First basoman Bob Cairns and Thlrd baeeman Clarence Deal. During tho war. Deal spent five months a Gorman prison camp. Cairns lorred in tho navy. Final Open Drill MJSKERS MS ACTION FAIIIAY practice turf at the south end of the Memorial stadium layout where all of the spring drills have been staged. Masterson and his staff have divided the squad into two outfits, the Whites and the Reds. Each team has two lineups for the session, which will be a regulation gane except for the elimination of the kickoff. TENTATIVE SQUAD ROSTERS. Whltea Ne. 1. Rede Ne. 1. Mandula Larson Samuelson Tegt Lorens O. Manning Costello C. Thompson Schwartskopf O. Lippe Bediacek 6chleiter Kyden E. Mussman apart as Omaha North and Mc Cook will be on hand for the day long program, which will be climaxed by a scrimmage at 4:15 p. between two units of Coach Bernfe Masterson's University of Nebraska spring football squad. Schools which have already accepted the invitation to attend this year's rally, the first since 1941, include Ashland, Beatrice, Central City, Fall City, Kearney, Butte, Crete, Fairbury, Fremont, Gothenburg, Omaha South, Seward, Wilbur, York and many others. Rally Schedule. 10 90 a. m. Registration, chamber of eomerea. 12 00 noon Luuncheon, chamber of commerce 130 p. Nebraska vs. Oklahoma golf match at Lincoln Country dub. 3 00 p. m. Neoraka vs. Oklahoma tennis match at Lmeoln Tennis club. 4 00 p. m. Nebraska s. Oklahoma basriaU on university diamond. 30 p. Dinner at atttdent Union. Una Trip Schedule. 1 15 p. m. Leave chair ber of com. mere. 1 3o p. Arrlvt Westevan university, 2 30 p. m. lavt Wesleyan. 3 4ft p. Arrlvt As. college. 5 p. Leave Ag. college. 4 00 p. Arrive university. Nebraska Uni Tciiiilscrs vs. Sooner Team In preparation for the invading University of Oklahoma tennis squad, which will be in Lincoln for matches Friday and Saturday with the University of Nebraska racquet wielriers. Acting Coach A. J. Lewandowski has announced that Bill Barrett Lincoln, will see action at the No. 1 spot for the Huskers, Harry Marsh, Omaha, will be the No. 2 player, with Julian Hatton, NROTC member from Grand Haven, Michigan, at the No. 3 post. Bob Evans, Norfolk, will handle the No. 4 slot. Nebraska Fighter Goes Against Zivle HOLLYWOOD, Calif. April 18 (AP) Veteran Fritzie Zivic, ex welterweight champion from Pittsburgh, tangles with up and coming Don Lee of Grand Island, in a 10 round match at Hollywood legion tonight. Lee, who scored a TKO over Jimmy McDaniels in his last out, is favored slightly over the fading Zivic' For Zivic, currently touring the west, it will be the 392nd fight of his 15 year career. Doane Squad First In Triangular Test CRETE. April 18 (AP) Doane college trackmen scored 89 points to top Midland with 46 5i and Wesleyan with 33 in a triangular meet here Wednesday. High scorer was Dan lyson ot Doane. who won the 200 yard low hurdles, the hiflh iumD and the broad lump. He scored le points. The Doane college tennis team took a 2 1 victory over Midland yesterday, while the Doane golf team tied 3 3 with Nebraska Wesleyan. Midland, also entered in the golf event, failed to score. international League, Toronto. 7: Syracuse. 3. Only Wednesday fame scheduled. jiau. ma. ev mj. AT PHILADELPHIA. M. Tork ah al Phlia. Cordon 2b 4 0 14 Qarnsoa If 4 0 10 4 3 3 0 4 3 3 3 a i a 4 10 0 a i a i 4 1 a 3 0 3 3 a a a Stir'wise 3b 3 0 1 1 Peck rf Hnrich rf lit Wallasa aa DiMagcloef 4 0 ft liChapmanet lien IB llll Mt uma lb 1 mdell If 4 0 0 0 Rnear a Rohtnaon 0 114 0 Kill 5h Qrtms se 1 3 0 tb Riirnpit Wicht Xoaer 3 0 0 3 Neweoa oooo ooo Total 37 3 34 Total 3l is tfew fir AM) noo lrtrtl Philadelphia 100 Ouo Six 7 Run: Robinson, Oarrisoa, Peck Me Quinn, Rnaar 2, HandUy. Krror: Oum pert 1. inmes 1, Wight 1. Rune batted In: Wallaest t. Kell 1, Newsom 1 (Roaar wl on Grimes' error), Robinson 1, Chapman 1. Handley 1. Two bae hit: Mcvruinn, Roaar, Three baaa hit; Wal htesa. Home run: Robinson, sacrifice: Newsom 2. Roaar. Touble play: Wallaeea to Handle to McQulnn, Kell to Handley McJunn. PIMaggto to Ktten. Left on baae; Philadelphia ft. New York 4. Base on balls: Newsom 4, Oumnert 2. Struck oat: By Newsom 3. Gumpert 3. Kite: Off Gumpert 5 In 0 13 Innings, Wight 3 In 13, Roaar 3 tn 1 13. Hit by pitcher: By Newsom (Henrtch 3. Ettent. Losing pitcher: Oumpert. Umpires; Boyer. Jones and Rommel, Time. 2:00, Attendance: a.OOL AT DETROIT. St. Louis ab a Detroit ab 0 a Dilllnger 3b 3 0 0 3 Ike se 4 0 13 Lucadello 3b 3 0 11 Mayo 2b 5 3 10 7.rlla If 3 0 3 0 McCoeky rt I 3 1 Btrnhena 1 0 0 0 Oreennerg lb 4 3 0 0 Finney rf 1 1 0 Wakefield 3 110 Judnirh cf 5 3 4 0 Muiiin rf 4 13 0 B'rnrdo 2b 4 13 3 Higglns 3b 4 113 rhrlatman aa 4 1 1 3 Outlaw 0 0 0 0 Maiicuaoa 4 3 5 Oi Tebbetts 30 7 0 Archie 0 0 0 0 Cullenbln 10 9 0 Stevens lb Shirley Zolriak Orace MrO'ten tt Hell Miller 3 10 1. Trucks a 4 0 0 4 111 liOvermire a 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Taster 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0, Moore 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 0 0 01 oooo TotaU 34 0 37 101 Total 34 37 10 Archie ran for Maneuso In ninth, Orara hatted for 2otdak In ninth. Stephens batted for Zarilta in ninth. Outlaw ran for Higglns tn ninth. Cullenblne batted for Tb bette la ninth. Moor batted for Caster in ninth. sit lunula Oh 100 OM 7 iHtroit 100 300 3000 Run: Earetla. F'nney, Judnlch 3, Christ maa, Archie, Steven, laka. Mayo, McCosky. Oreenberg 3. Wakefield. Error: Xartlla. Beraroino. Kinnev. Lake. Higglns. Rune batted In: Judnich 3. Berardlno, Stevens, Plnney, Stephen, Oreenberg 3, Hlggins 3, Wakefield Two base hit: Judnich, Higglns. Oreenberg. Horns run: Judnich. rifica: Mc Ouiiten. Left on base: at Louie 0. Detroit 13. Base oa balls: Off Shirley 7. Xoidak 1. Miller 1, Truck 3, Overmir 1. Struck out: By nhtriey 1 koinak 3. Trucks 7. Hits: Off Shirley ft tn 0 1 3 Innings, Zoldak 4 ta 1 3 3. Miller 0 tn 1, Truck In (none out lnnlnthi, Ovsrmtr 0 In 1 3. Caster 1 tn 8 8. Pasaed ball: Tehbetts Winning pitcher: Zoldak Losing pitcher: Trucks, t'mpirea: Rue, Pas aarelta and MeOowan. Time 2.20. Attend ance 14,330 (paid AT CHICAGO. ab at Chicago 4 0 3 0 Moses rf 5 1 4 0 Baker 3b 3 1 0 Wright If 0 0 10 Appling sa 4 17 1 Troaky lb 5 3 11 Kolloway 2b ft 3 3 3 Tucker cf 5 3 5 3 Tresh 3 13 3 Rigney 3 1 1: Jones I Grove Cleveland ab 0 a rase If 4 0 10 a 1 1 a 4 0 0 0 4 3 0 1 a 0 4 14 3 4 0 3 0 3 13 1 a 0 0 a 1000 oooo Lemon cf ffdwards rf (Voodling rt Plsmlng lb Keltner 3b Boudreau ss Hayes Mack 3h Reynold Total 41 14 37 13' Total 31 5 37 10 Jonee batted for Rtgney in 7th. Cflevsland 000 103 1037 Chicago OtfO 000 1001 Runs: Edwards, riemmg, Keiiner si, Boudrev 3. Hayea, Kolloway. Krror: Lemon. Baker, Runs batted In: Keltner 4. Reynolds 3. Hayes. two base nit: Fleming. Keltner, Mays. Tnre base nu: Kdwarda. home run: Keltner 2. Mtolcn base: Case. Double play: Baker to Kolloway to Trosky; Mack to Boudreau to rieming. Left on base: Cleveland 12; Chieaso S. Base on balls: Off Reynolds 3, Rtgney 3, Grave 3. Struck out: By Rey nolds 4, Rieney 4. Hits: on Kisney 10 tn 7 innings; drove 4 In 3. Losing pitcher: Rigney. Umpires: Ptpgras, Berry and tfunfara. 'lime: 1:0. uina ancet 0.424. AT WASHINGTON. Boston ab a a at Wash'toa ab a a DiMagglo ef 4 3 3 3b 5 3 0 7 Peaky se 4 3 3 Lewis rf 3 3 1 0 Spence cf 5 1 0 7 Travis sa 5 10 0 1 a a a a a a 0 a 6 1 a 1 3 13 1 3 a a 1 0 0 0 1 000 10 10 oooo 0 0 0 1 1000 10 0 0 A'illiame If Doerr 2b fork lb 6 1 10 OlHeath If Hetkovich rf 3 1 3 Vernon lb andres 3b 6 10 4jPrlddy 3b eVaitner ferrts loboson 5 3 3 0i Evans 3 10 SiMastersoa 3 0 0 II Curtis Wilson Plerettl Kennedy Kuhel Sanford ratal 3S 15 27 16 Total 87 11 37 14 Kuhel batted for Masterson In second. Sanford batted for Plerettl in ninth. sostoa ....041 ana 031 is A'ashington 018 200 001 Run: DiMagglo 4. Pesky 3. William 1. Metkovich, Wagner 3. Ferrisa, Johnson, Robertson, Lewis. Spence, Travis, Evans, Wilson. Error: Heath. Run oattad la: Wagner, DiMagglo 4, Priddy, Doerr 3, Spence, Vernon, William 3, Robertson. Travia, York. Metkovich. Heath. Two base hit: Ferris. Travis. William 4, Wagner. Evans. Metkovich, Lewis. Three base bit: Robertson, Spence. Home run: DiMagglo. Stolen base: Doerr. Sacrifice: Pesky. Double play: Ferris to Doerr to Pesky to York; Robartson to Priddy to Vernon. Left a base: Boston I. Washington Base on balls: Maater ton 3, Ferria 3. Curt! 1, Wilson 4, Johnson 3, Plerettl 1, Kennedy 3. Struck out: By Maateraoa 3, Curtis Johnson 3, Piersttl 1, Wilson 1, Kennedy 1. Hits: Off Ferris 5 in 3 33 Inning, Johnson 3 1 13, Wilson 1 tn 3, Plerettl 4 in 3 33, In 5 13, Masterson 4 In 3, Curtis 5 ta Kennedy 1 la 1. HIty pitcher: By Ferris tEvans), Wild pitch: Curtis. Paased ball: Evans. Winning pitcher; Johnoen. Losing pitcher: Masterson Umpires; Brieve, Weafer, Pa pa re I la and Rummer. AUsndaac a.573. Time ot sane 3:45. Hi Meet Results. AT LYONS Lyons. 56'i: Tekamah, 50; Bancroft. 32; Decatur. 13; Oakland. 6's. AT ORD Lexington. 80S; Anaiey. 33'; Broken Bow, 30 Sargent. 1'; Ord. 17; Spalding, 15: Atkinson, 13 Ravenna, 13; Bur well, 12; Merna. 11; Aiiseimo. i'a; North Loup. OH; Loup City, Bcotia, 4. Dunning, Mullen and Arcadia tailed to core. AT DAVID CITY Seward, OT cen tral City, 50, Pullerton, 3 David City, Aurora. 3. Now Available! SIEGEL OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. 228 No. 13 Phone 2 2668 First Da North MCA, TyllWiMa NATIONAL LEAGUE AT BOSTON. Ill i Brave 4 0 0 ftvan 2b Podge re 3 111 3 3 1 H10 rtaasa aa Herman Jl Mtr'anski rt Retsar 3b rurliio cf Whitman If Oraham lb Schults tb Awlerenn Kebrmaa 1114 Hopp tt 4 110 Kolmae rt 4 4 Row)! It 4 1 0 McCarthy lb 1110 ftistt 3b IIS 0 Mast 0 Rthtnce 3b lot 1 Wtat let I 3 Cuiier 3 110 3 1 1 0 0 nil i i a 10 3 0 a i a 10 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 a 1 3 A 10 0 0 work man Wtetrl'hn sa Wrteht Wallace Poland Totals 31 31 111 Total 33 37 14 Ststt ran tor McCarthy tt eighth: West batted fr Robarge In eighth; Workman batted for Culler in eighth, Poland batted for Wallace ta ninth. Brooklyn. Boston 300 000 1004 no ooo ooo a Runs: Xeeee. Herman Reiser. Hopp, Roherge. Error: Arwiernon, Culler S. Buns batted la: Reiser, rurilta 3, Culler. Two base tut: Rntrge, Hopp. Stolen base: Hopp. Sacrifice: Behrman, Whitman, An derson, Maei. Double play: Reese to Htr maa to BchuKs, Hopp to Culler to McCarthy, lsft en base: Brooklyn 11, Boston 10. Base on balls: Oft Behrman 5, Wright 1, Wallace 0. Struck out: By Behrman Wallace i. Hits: Oft Wright 3 In 1 In ami: Wallace 4 tt 1 Kit by pltcber: By Wallace (Anderson), Passed ball: Anderson, toeing pitcher: Wright, Umpiree: Stewart. Dunn. amine and Magerkirth. Tim of same: 3.14. Attendance: 10. US AT NEW TORI. ab 0 a' New Tor Milt Murtauirti 3b 4 1 3 3 Rigney sa 3 13 3 3 0 3 3 a i Wyroattk. If 4 1 a 0 Wltek lb Tabor 3b 4 0 1 a Ott rf Northey rf 4 110 Maynard rt MrC'rmk Ik 1 IT SMtse lb ItMagto cf 4 13 0 Lombard Hemsley 3 3 3 1 Young rf Newsome aa 3 13 VRuckercf rlocrtl 3 0 0 0 Marehsll If Jurlsrh 0 0 0 0 Kerr 3b Nnvlkof 10 0 0 Joyce Mulligan 0 0 10) 0 0 0 0 1 a a io 3 10 0 1 1 0.0 4 10 4 110 4 a a Totals 31 7 34 tl Total! 37 4 37 11 Novlkoff batted for Jurtalfh In eighth. Philadelphia 000 010 10 3 New York 100 003 30 6 Rims: MeCormlck. DlMasrto. Rtgney, Wltek. Maynard. Mite. Lnmbardt. Buna battd tn: Lombard I. Hemsley 3. Marshall, Krr. Rucker 3. Two base hit: Northey, iJiMaeeio. Three ease hit: Hemsley. Sac rifice; Ott. Double play: Joyce ta Witeh to Mix. Hetnelev to McCormick. Jove to Rigney to Mtae. ltt on bese: Philadelphia N'sw York a Base on balls: Oft Hoerst 0. Joyce 3. Struck out: By Joyce 0, Hoerst 1 Hits: Off Hoerst 3 In 0 1 3 Innings. Uurtsich 1 tn 3 3. Mulligan In 1. Pasaed Biitii' Hamslcv. Lnstne Ditcher: Hoerst. H'mplree: Ba llanfaut, Barlick and Ptoeiil. ITima 3.1a. Attendance U.044 paid. AT IT. LOUIS. Pittsburgh it Rt. Loutg ab a Brown an 4 14 3 Klein 3b 8 14 4 Brrett rf Ktner Elliott Sb Fletcher lb Russell If Cox ss Smith Gables Anderson Leaning 3 10 0 Srh ndnst 3b 5 3 11 4 0 7 liMuslal If 4 3 4 0 4 13 StBiaushter rf 4 3 10 3 3 0 1 1 Walker cf 4 0 3 0 3 1 a 0 Sister lb 3 3 3 0 13: Marion 4 0 3 1 3 110 Rice 4 14 1 3 0 11 Lanier 4 3 0 4 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 80 7 34 101 Total 3S 13 37 13 Andsrsoa batted tor Oablcs In eighth. Pittsburgh 000 000 0000 t. Louis 011 003 lla4 Run: Rchoendtenst 1. Musll, Slaughter. Walker. Rice. Error: Russell. Elliott. Runs btted in: Marion. Walker, Slaughter 3. Three base bit: Muslal. Home run: Slaughter. Double play: Lamer to Klein to jSisier, Marlon to Klein to Stslsr, Schoen dienst to Klei.t to Stsler, Klner to Brown jto fclliotL Left on base: Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis S. Base on bails: Oft Lanier 1. 'Struck out: By Oablee 1, Lanier 4. Hits: Off Oahics 11 la 7 innings, Lanntng 3 In 1. loosing pitcher: Cables. Umpires: Contan. Boexess and Barr. Time 1:37, Attendaace 14.460 (paid). AT CINCINNATI. ChtragO ah einclnnaU 3 0 13 Clay cf SI 2b 4 3 5 0 Hatton 3b 4 3 5 1 Miller sa 4 0 0 0 Hass lb 3 0 5 1 Libke rf Iblll 4 3 4 0 3 13 3 4 12 3 5 15 5 4 Jl 1 also 110 0 4 0 0 0 4 15 1 0 0 0 0 a a a oooo 10 0 0 a Hark 3b iohnson 2b Low re if Davar'ta lb Pafko cf Rlckert rf Livingston Nicholson chetfing Mprulla sa Wyse Kuah ac limits McCullougb 0 Neill 3 3 3 0 L'stier rf 0 0 0 0 Lukon If 3 1 0 0 Mueller 8 0S 0 Corbitt 3 10 1' Vender M. 3 1 0 0 Oumbert 0 0 0 0 Shoun 1C0 0 BlackweM 0 0 0 Of Total 3S 11 37 SI Total 35 37 14 Nicholson batted for Livingston tn seventh. McCulIough for Schmtts In sixth. Cor bitt ran for Mueller ta eighth. 4 Chlcaeo 000 030 80511 Cincinnati 300 040 010 7 Runs: Hack 3. Johnson. Lowery 3. Cavarretta, Pafko. Belief ftng. Merulla 3, Wvae. Clav. Frav 3. Hatton. Haas. Llbke. Corbitt. Krror: Lowrey. Kush, Hatton and Miller. Run batted in: MUler 3, Johnson 3. Llbke. Cavarretta 4. Haas, Hatton. Lowrey. Pafko, Schtffing. Kush and Hack. Two base hit: Livingston, Mueller. Home run: Llbke. Cavaretta. Stolen base: Clav. Double Play: Vender Meer to Miller to Haas; Haas to Miller to Has. Left on bae: Chicago I. Cincinnati S. Base on ball: Off Vander Meer 4, Shoun 1, Blackwell 1, Oumbert 1, Wyse 3, Netl 3, Kuh 1. Struck out: By Vander Meer 3, O'Neill 1, Kush 1. Black well l. Shoun 1. Hits: Off Wyss la 4 3 3 innings; Schmlts 0 in 1 3 Innings; O'Neill 0 tn 1 inning; Kush 3 in 3 Innnge: Vander Meer 0 in 0 innings; Shoun 3 in 3 3 innings; Oumbert 1 in 1 3 inning: Blacken 3 in 1 inning. Hit by pitcher: By wye (Llbke). Winning pltcber; Mush. Losing pitcher: Shoun. Umpires: Ooets, Jordan and Reardoa. Tim 3:40. Attendance 4.530. Pesck Takes 'lias' Apart In Bout at Arena Rat Smara went the Dace for 30 minutes in his effort to win a fall from Tigerman John Pesek Wednesday night at the fair grounds arena and then met the tame fate that has been handed numerous mat foes of the Raven na veteran. Executing a quick back drop which landed Samara on his head with one of those dull, sickening thuds famed in a sale lore, Pesek captured the first fall. The second came, quickly less than a minute, to be exact when Referee Joe Zikmund awarded the fall and match to the Ravenna grappler by virtue of the apparent fact that Smara stilt was groggy from the effect of the first fall. Rowdy Joe Dusek and Rudy Strongberg exemplified the perfection of ruffianism in drawing the semi final, while Abe Coleman and Stan Mislak grappled without either capturing a fall in the preliminary bout. One of the season's bumpei turnouts witnessed the Krieger promoted show. THE local boys won't be forgotten Friday when high school football players and coaches from the far reaches of Nebraska assemble in Lincoln for the annual ''All State High School Football Rally." The three capital city high schools Lincoln, Northeast and College Viewwill send representatives to the rally, sponsored by the junior chamber of commerce in conjunction with the University of Nebraska and Nebraska Wesleyan university. Delegates from the local preps will be: Lincoln high Coach Ralph Beechner and Players Bruce Bergquist, Ed Donegan and Al lioofman. Northeast Coach Bun Galloway and Players John Mc Curdy, Walter "Babe" Gillispie, Kenny Strawn, Jerry Evans, Gene Owens, Lindley Christen sen and Fritz Davis. College View Coach Emory Prtefert and Players Don Paulsen and Wendell Cobleigh. Athletes from schools as far AMERICAN LEAGUE. W. Pet. BOSTON 2 0 1.000 CLEVELAND 3 0 1.000 DETROIT 1 1 .500 NEW YORK 1 1 .500 ST. LOUIS 1 1 .500 PHILADELPHIA 1 1 .500 CHICAGO 0 8 .000 WASHINGTON 0 2 .000 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. Pd. CHICAGO 2 0 1.000 NEW YORE 2 0 1.000 ST. LOUIS 1 1 .500 PITTSBURGH 1 1 .500 BROOKLYN 1 1 .500 BOSTON 1 1 .500 CINCINNATI 0 2 .000 PHILADELPHIA 0 2 .000 Pacific Coast League, Oakland. Sun Francisco, 3. San Diego, Seam. 3. lo Angeles, Sacramento, 3 3 Hollywood, ft; Portland, 4 Hi innings). BRING IT "HOME" FOR SERVICE Your Ford color O'SHEA ROGERS MOTOR CO. HIS ftl St. 2 6851 CORNHUSKER football fans will get their last chance to see Beroie Masterson's spring football candidates in action Friday, afternoon, when the Nebraska gridders go through a scrimmage under actual game conditions Special guests at the Friday session will be the outstate high school coaches and their star athletes who will be in Lincoln for the all state football rally. The scrimmage will be the outstanding event of the day's program for the prep visitors, and will begin at 4:15. LAST OPEN SESSION. Although this practice will be the rast open to the public, drills will continue until Thursday, April 25. During the final week, the gates will be closed as the Huskers continue to work on the formation and its variations. Present plans call for the Friday workout to be held on the main field, instead of the Sargent Boy Breaks State Mark In Jump ORD, April 18 (AP) Dick Powers, 16 year old Sargent, senior, high jumped 6 feet 24 inches in the Ord invitational track meet Wednesday to better by three eighths of an inch the state record set by Harold McAferty of Gothenburg in the 1940 prep championships. American Association. Mlnneapoits, 5: Kansas City, 4. at. Paul, Milwaukee, 3. Columbus. Louisville. 3. 4 Indianapolis. 10; Toledo, 4. Southern Association. Chattanooga. Nashville, t. Little Roc, Memphis, 4. New Orleans, 10; Mobile. S. Atlanta, 13; Birimingham, t. oov aaei iwt.a Jr. ''W Metheny Hutton Diildlne Mvera Athey story Moore a Hewitt White Ne. S. Reds Ne. 9. Branch Chrlstensen Lukas Thompson Browne O) Hood Taylor Buckler Rolfsmeyer Deffenbaugh Lelk or Fouls T. Wilhelms Cochran E. Pauley Baladen 3. Sloan Hungerford Harrington Otak DeBolt or Flaee; Peaek Vlcek Illaclen Youth Sots Swift Paee In Meet HASTINGS, April 18 (AP) Hastings college won its first track victory over Kearney Teachers in several years Wednes day by an 83 14 52 Mi score, taking 14 out of 16 events from the Teachers in a dual meet which opened the season for both schools. Don Mclllece. basketball star from Bladen, won the shot, discus, javelin and broad jump, was second in the high hurdles, third in the 100 yard dash, and ran a leg on a winning relay team to score 25Mi points. Itosley Goes lit As York's Head Coach YORK, April 18 (AP) Clifford L. Bosley of Lincoln has been named athletic director of York high school and Harvey Peters, former York college ath lete, has been named freshman and junior high school coach, Superintendent T. R. McNickle has announced. 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