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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1921)
Good Early Season Form Is
Shown By ’24 Nine.
With two black Indian scalps hanging
t0 his bolt. Bill Steers returned to the
campus Saturday night in company with
his victorious frosh basebal lteam after
taking the Chemawa redskins into camp
in two contests, the scores being 6-3 and
For early season games the contests
were very good, according to the coach,
rpho marked improvement in fielding
over what was shown in practice was
ii„e to the fact that the fields were so
much better and according to the testi
mony of the players it was a big argu
ment for better home diamonds.
In both games “Tex” Knight did ex
ceptional work. He is credited with the
second game because of a home run
which netted the winning score. “Lefty”
Baldwin’s pitching was also a feature
jf the second game and served as n
Winter-defense against the work of .Joe
Beetle, a semi-professional pitcher whom
■he Indians used.
The hitting of the team was described
ls above average by a group of Oregon
mpporters who saw the game $t Salem,
[he youngsters managed to garner in
[0 hits at the game at Chematva and
mocked Beetle for 11 at Salem the next
Large crowds witnessed both con
csts and according to all reports the
ioys received courteous treatment and r
quare deal. “Frisco” Edwards, of the
Salem Senators, umpired the first game
mil “Ducky” Holmes, also of the Sena
tors, acted in that capacity for the
Oregon’s batteries did exceptionally
pell for the first, games of the season.
Lefty” Baldwin and Ward Johnson
forked out as pitcher and catcher in the
pener while Johnson handled the shoots
f both Dong Wright and Phil Ringle in
he home town of the Senators.
Th next game for the frosh will
irobably be at home as an attempt is
oing made to stir up a row with the
higcnc high school for next Saturday
lowing. With another week of prac
ice and their experience of last week
nil the ball playing knights of the green
sip will be expected to put up a lively
how for the local ball fans.
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The Dawning” Will Be Repeated To.
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ilght. Seats will be reserved for col
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dramatization of the store of the
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