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RADIO PROGRAMS T1IF I IAC OIV STR Feller largest station, filiated with The Journal and A's Score Victory Allows One Hit RAPID ROBERT RUNS SHUTOUT INNINGS TO 29 IN BLANKING BOSOX 2 0 WITH ONE HITTER LATE It ILLY FY IBLES VCOLV TO VIP 10 TWO ffOtft. HI VS HELP BY JACK Derby 1 HHHB iaUM.d It would re iU Prop Squauls J9L I Br jft a 1 srnrrri on a wild pitch by Bob Revels. f.OMU KST WINS CHURCH LEAGUE REWARDS DU Tyrr.U. (far right) prsstd.nt ol ths lntr church aihltlc council. prsnts a trophy to Dick Boottchor ol First Plymouth Congregational, tho wtnnar ol tho Claw A baskstball loagu.

On hand lor mors trophiss aro Dolbort Hartman ol tho Northeast Challenge, winners ol tho itato Y' intermedial championship and the Claw church league, and Dick RuimII ol Westminister No. 1. winner ol the Class tills. (Stall Photo.) jj 1 Buwn cf 1 1 34 9 27 7 Totals 12 27 Yurtovichbatud 'for wZvll in" enhth' KSS phoney R. hultr Wslkfr 2.

C. Fischer Tops Final NU Session ftuns 1 rtt the fourth Athletic Ditcher to show his stuff, and ossed hitless ball for the last two innings. Denver opened the scoring with three runs in the first two innings, but Lincoln tied the score in the third when Carl Walker knifed a grounder through the infield to the right center field fence which Went for a home run. Johnny Morris and Manager Ham Schulte were on bese at the time. DFAM Al Ml I The Bears came back with a run in their half of the third and two more in the fourth and fifth innings to drive starter Hal Stewart from the Lincoln mound.

Gordon McRoberts relieved Stewart but gave up four bingles in the two innings he toiled. Mahoney followed his double with I timely round trip clout over right field wall in the seventh frame with Johnny Morris Mom had tripled to drive in Jin Devlin and Harry Jenkins. Lincoln's tying run came in the eighth inning when Bill James got life on an error, went to second on Smoky Samocki's single, was sacrified to third by Jim Devlin and scored on an infield out. A OtJTHIT TURNPIKE TONITE W(mR Wont World' Fron. Romance Vf "siH er RrnrVsr' hi ti PhiUmrmonlc Hour ofChHun I Houtr of llesuty i Song Hosd Ham Pettnigi "ou QU.r I Neh Is i Nrb I.

Quit kiiii Tiotti Pimili mr Sossv' rsimTh.H i M. KFR V.gnntM Old Lsfe Orgsn Moods I Book Mark vvu" s''i svn.r nnnette Ors nd Msrquee I Orsnd Msrq iee KKABiOz St HsXrWt I Oasis Harriet Kate Smith 81ns Kat KFORID. for DoUh I Dsrti for Dough I Counter up Count erpv TOW I Catholic Hour I Catholic Hour Bob Burni I Bob Bu'niii 00 ft Mt ft 4ft WOW I jc I flxlVon017 rFAgjcorlPArchy T. nv Iral hich schools comDete in district track meets Saturday with in ey toward qualifying cincier nn and fielrl nerformers for the state meet to be held at Memorial Stadium on May 16 and 17. Lincoln and Northeast will enter the Beatrice Class A meet in which the first four individual winners in each event and the two fastest relay teams go to the state meet.

The Lincoln Teachers will Din th CrrtP Class meet, while College View will be on hand for I 1, ih dividuals each event and the two top relay teams will win and in Class the top two winning relay team will qualify. Columbus Shu's Way I Into A A He The slugging Columbus Red Birds, driving into a first place tie with Louisville alter heating m. Paul 12 5 with a 13 hit attack Friday night, will try to take sole possession of the American Asso ciation lead Saturday with a vic The Red Birds scrambled into a deadlock with the Colonels for top spot, each with seven victories in 11 starts, bv belting down the Apostles behind the slants of Charley Stanceu. who racked up Nelslers Itou rr Hilalf niiari ib Sleznk and Gene Leighton the Scarlet tennis team a good start in its meet with Kansas State Friday at the Lincoln Ten every other match to drop the Aside from the victories of Sle zak and Leighton the Nebraska racqueteers won only one set, that in the doubles match between Kennedy Slezak of NU and Dun gan Sherrell of Kansas State. Kesuits: 'sherVll iK8 won from Kennedy Doobles.

lliiskor lloun all but one point in trimming MAJOR Staitduufl NATIONAL LtAT TE Wit hlnston (Wynni at V'l J. Lincoln '9' falls To Tech By 6 1 Count tenclle Park here Fridav. Four of Tech's runs came during a big fourth inning when 11 men went to bat. Jack Urban's triple with one aboard and Don Jellsey's two run double featured the spree? Two other "good ure" runs were scored i sixth. Lincoln's only tally came in the seventh frame on two walks and Roy Brnscnter error at first base.

with the run. Debus, the Lincoln hurler, ga AMERICAN LKAOVB asw agar i SATTRDAY GAMES. National l.aiur (TMsiW MMr) el Brooklyn 'tmbirouV (Brechseni st Philadelphia Htw Test (MmmVnw) st chi OMAHA FA TEN. rnrruriT. la (AP) Johnny Niggeling, 41 year old ex major leaguer, pitched the Sioux City Soos to a 5 2 Western league decision over the Omaha (:..

Kridav nitfht. Niggeling gave up nine hits but kept them well scattered in neip ing the Soos to their second straight loop win. He whiffed 10 and gave only three walks. He Hush, South Bend. his debut in professional baseball, hurled the Des Moines Bruins a neat four hit game Friday night as the visitors made it two straight over Pueblo's Dodgers, 8 0 in a Western league game.

moral LeuHei May Draws Thirty ladies day competition at Hillcrest Country lub, April 30. From now on, the Hillcrest ladies days will Mrs. Ray Kimmcll won the low putting contest with 15. followed bv Mrs. Harry Scott.

Mrs R. R. Robinson, and Mrs. Harry Rosen WW 1 KCAS5 ISsWSl Portraits IBarber Shop Bin. NMK ShOWI 1 Your I Francin' Cralg hitt and a three hit job.

In 35 innings of pitching he has allowed only 14 hits and has struck out 30 bat ters. notrhinir his lentil otn hit ter Friday against Boston, Feller never had to worry about the possibility of a perfect game. Johnny Nab took care of that vith a first inning single. Three times his career, Bobby had turned back the Red Sox with one hit. WW9M KK OKI).

The modern mark for sive shutouts is five, set by Harris White of the White Sox in 1904, and the longest string of runless innings is 56, established by Walter Johnson with Washington in 1913. Feller's Cleveland mates made the victory easy for their ace, building up a 2 margin ove Dave Ferriss on Joe Gordon's sec ond innirig homer and consecutiv singles oy tiouorez Fleming and Pat Seerey fifth. While Rapid Robert was adding a new chapter to his life history with his 141st win, rookie Frank Shea of the New York Yankees i.r.c is fn i. league victory over Chicago, 5 2. The freshman righthander had a two hit shutout going to the eigmn wnen ne woDDiea laiily to yield two Cyclones Nudge NU Slugfest BY GEORGE Mil I 1 After fighting up from a 10 0 disadvantage, the Nebraska base team me vis State tune to score one in the eighth inning which gave the Cyclones an 11 U) uig in the second inning.

Iowa State got 10 of its 11 runs in the first three innings, for the Ames nine third Ne braska pitcher, took the hill in the third inning and was in command for the rest of thegame, as Coach Tony Sharpc's team went on a siv rnn ramDaee in the third in ning, got two more in the fourth Iowa Mates winning munsi Riney which scored Catcher Don Froehle from third base. Froehle had doubled and gone to third on in neld out. 10 By NORMS ANDLRSON. II EADMASTKH or l'. ivo Ins nnn Knd uu pils their final test Friday on the Memorial Stadium greensward before some 700 fans.

A fnrv of a hark named Cletus Fischer stood at the head of the Masterson class as Blues toppled the Reds, 21 6, in a ninety minute session of game style scrimmage that included everything except the kick off. All the scatter Iegged veteran from St. Edward did was score two of the Blue touchdowns, one on a story book 90 yard runback of a Red punt by Jack Pesek. In his long gallop, Fischer grabbed the ball on the first hop. He outfoxed three immediate Red defenders and started weavini throuch thp broken field.

Burst' fenders on the 50 vard strioe. ainder of the way. 10 YARD RUN. Successive 12. 7 and 8 vard slashes by tischer, loiiowed Dy the site for the first Blue touch From the 10 yard stripe, Fischer spotted an opening at right tackle and boomed across.

A 25 yard pass from Quarterback Dick Thompson to Halfback Bill Mueller accounted for the tnird Blue score. Mueller fielde the pitch on the dead run at the five yard mark and dashed over. Thompson converted after every Blue touchdown. Slingin' Sam Vacanti's passes, the major Red weapon, set up the loser's lone touchdown with 20 minutes of play left. Sam hit Charley Harrington with a 27 yard pass that carried to the Blue 35 yard line.

From there, Harrington and Dougie Dovle moved the ball to the 19 yard stripe. Bob Riedy, 200 pound naitoacR irom isaperviue, crashed 12 yards to the seven. Doyle slipped through tackle for The passing of both quarterbacks was a highlight. Along with his pass to Mueller, Ihomp: play, in his vacanus Mueller as the His and back i mmtWimm Kansas Slalo Unksmen 1 I PU tunMd Kansas State I inksim ii The Nebraska golf team turned in its first Big Six victory as it wl SllWW I cin TMffVPE 1 t.he.KanSaf State irl.7..1?. rF'V was wide.

ucej rf VmrmSSk III TrWJT1" Friday afternoon at the Country Ruby rf 3 j.11. 35 4 3 0 PASSING GOOD. Elroy Gloystein, from the mound Total. 1 Touis sbIoItI won the Kansas State Unksmen 17 to 1 Friday afternoon at the Country the touchdown. Vacanti's placement was wide.

PASSING GOOD. Elroy Gloystein, from the mound Major League BOX SCORES AMERICAN LEAGUE AT CLEVELAND AT CHICAGO IT, Cnloago sim MoQuinn lb ft 3 6 1 Appling as .1 I rinan 3b 30 Korioway lb 4 0 1 Sot! Hamst 1000 It "Sf tTTTl I I got the only Wildcat ib 2 0 0 Novak0 rt BATTONIVEN hi NTWil I wui llbVrt W.JJJ point when he won the ba Club course. C. Bishop got the only Wildcat point when he won the back nine Peru Wins Own Meet II 'f Third PERU, Neb. Peru Teachtrs college won its own Invitational track meet here Friday afternoon in a five team field.

Taking firsts in 50 per cent of the 16 events, the Bobcats rang up a total of 87.2 points. Doane and Wesleyan followed the winners with 68.1 and 44.7 tallies respectively. Midland and York deadlocked for the last two spots with 16 points each. W.sleyans thinclads took one undisputed first and tied for another blue ribbon. The Plainsmen 880 relay team of Alden Johnson, John Knight, Cal Bones and Jerry Newman swept to a clear victory in that event in 1:34.4 and Alden Johnson tied with Peru's Battey in the high jump at 5 ft.

10 mchet. The summary: The Bobcats' Orv Yocum turned in the best individual performance of the day with a murk of 152 ft. 32 inches in the discus. gBHMaMMaWBBj I I l( MM match piay. 1 posted Jack Helmsing, who 1 i 44c Answer Man I I na osninu hum 6 M.

iBHtEEHHEV I 1 1 "Smash Up" The story of a WOavaa 11 1 1 1 5 N' beL CaSP BensroVsrania 'i ured an ankle on the second JPJfy'ypSfC Rvdprand Wsite beat Funk snd Case Bnscot. ThrbaaelUt: Urbian. Thompson also looked adepM io pLflLflMsWlAI DLbIJLIhBM beat Bishop fKS buaPickeust?" passes and recovering I nilll1llR I 1 Hal shared honors with Fischer 1 lOHIIOOV9 ITWVvNtIVII SS VUW IIC I uas superb. I I MB Il Esl I "HI A sClrTl I Manager Sandy Silverio of the The driving runs of Myers ao. Monicomtryl I fffl MlislH, 1 M4 ZM I I baseball club announces Junior Collopy were other 1 jured an ankle on the second Thnmnsnn also looked adeot play calling and ball handling.

intercepting two ot Red fumbles, the alert shared honors with Fischer halfback standout of the day. superb. The driving runs of Myers Junior Collopy were other 1 Guild I I I Iff Technicolor J1 1 mmkJsL Wf ffni. Try as they might, the Scarlet I h3 0 field highlights, along with the the rival fullbacks Trv as thev mieht. the Scarlet plunges of batters I I IevSkEYEs) lllllj I ffaf ShefflUrf IX'tCrtd Sh ll" th Zn we Dale Adams and Darwin Sale than jr MWM IIWlg! 70th Wendell Ringland on the pitching Tuto rjony ptheH IsHHLpHlS mill mi Wir 111 1 nod over the other combines.

That while Bill Chapmaa 1100 STALUONRQAb IPAt ft, HATN MATURES CTAR1 SS. Sro4 5 KS The Most SenuUoittl LEE HANDCOCK lYJTJVJ 11 OTillKsTiNiHiiVs llbbillS BilM'llJlll wOPEM I DANCING 'Ifei't'iSi IMV stood The hlS rnil Friday and Saturday IyPi 1m Hd wh ttJa kS I'KX Kk. a 4 ITY' JZL Sm 1 I S1V7.T4Y036 sumnUnj tt wife "to change their MMBB rr i)! nMBBHV 1 Cheyenne." 1:00, 3:19. 5:38, 10:18. spinB' me lineups.

the Cyelones bMurday at p. m. 6 I I Burnt Qn jail I I I "Dick Travy vs. Que BaU," 1:55, s.mS"mn Nydtn ab a Wally Scheef was on the mound I 1. I tii wiS tW 4:14.

8:33, 8:52. she Husker squad and was I tfSf fltt IT LFTacK ARMSTRONG 1 TONIGHT AT I Srn'. Be! WW i' LJ I I rOVH fuming or the End, 1:25, 8:24. rimm lj0Yi LsuirD jhh iSd KOVJ I SINGLETON HL Bg)rJlj fj (uMlM Nebraska's Finest 1 BOWL MOR LANES Open Alleys Sstsnd 8. AUDaT Fountain A Lunch Opto Dally AM MIonlta openTlIeys; 12 to 6:45 P.

M. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 4 Friday 12 Open Alleys i All Day Saturday and Sunday I Lincoln Bowling Parlors 236 No 12 i iftttfff THE ROSEWILDE 1126 28 Street OPEN ALLEYS Every Afternoon and Evening TRY OUR NOON LUNCH 1 3LP a ililJ NETA ORCHESTRA His Band IfcJM H.rriE KFAB 9:00 P.M. MIXED AND MODERN DANCING 8.V I.v I I.

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