Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 20, 1937, Page Three, Image 3

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JT now becomes apparent that the
two baseball games with Wash
ington’s Huskies which were rained
out here last week will have to be
played before Oregon will be allow
ed full claim to the northern di
vision title, which they are on the
trail of now. Providing the Web
foots take Idaho again today and
then Oregon State in two numbers
next week, it is most probable that
Washington State will insist on the
playing of these games for a double
defeat would put the Webfoots
back into a tie with the Cougars
with four defeats each. But that is
pre-supposing a great deal and I
think that if we play the Huskies
we will tip them in the first game,
thereby eliminating the necessity
of another contest.
Following my most successful
prognostication of the dual track
meet with the Beavers last week in
which they ended up within eight
points of my total, I think I will
stick out my neck again on the
conference meet at Seattle. Of
course it will be more difficult to
pick them up there as four schools
will have entries, but me and the
fellow from the south and that
other fellow can sure pick ’em.
Look in Saturday’s sheet if you
want to know how they will finish,
best odds, condition of the track,
and names, numbers and positions
of each and every player.
While our Webfoot track team is
in Seattle, we will have a first class
spectacle to ogle in the eleventh
annual interscholastic champion
ships which will start tomorrow
and wind up on Saturday. The
preppers put on a great show every
year—being the pick of the state’s
athletes — and this year’s event
promises to be in line with all in
former years. It is up to the stu
dents of the University to enter
tain these visitors and make them
feel at home, for they are our
students of the future. And accord
ing to some of the times turned in
at the qualifying meets, some
promising college prospects will be
churning the cinders on historic
Hayward oval (apologies to Friz
Some short dashes . . . Francis
Schultz the Forest Grove broad
jumper who bettered the state
mark last Saturday is a cousin of
our Gib Schultz, ex-prexy of the
students . . . George Scharpf’s
younger brother will be running
the half-mile for Eugene at the
meet . . . Harold Weston, varsity
hurdler, who fell in both hurdle
races Saturday and crawled over
the finish line is still limping from
cinder cuts received ... he ought
to get some kind of an award for
getting the toughest breaks of the
current track season . . . everyone
should check their coats at his
establishment in the Igloo Satur
day night just to show how they
feel towards him . . . it would be
a beautiful gesture . . . and very
Inexpensive, too . . . Bill Van Dusen,
the Journal correspondent, still
owes me and Hamby two bits
apiece on that track meet . . . he’d
better pay up, or else.
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Warren’s Ducklings Defeat Rook Baseball Clubbers
Oregon Frosh Square
Series With 12-5 Win
In Loose Ball Game
Southpaw Tliimeinaim Goes Route on
Mound for Warren’s Frosh Team;
Quinn Collects Four in Four Trips Up
Gigantics by the bucketful were contributed on Howe field yesterday
as John Warren's Oregon fiosh baseball team combed three Oregon
State rook hurlers for 13 hits and a 12 to 0 victory in the season's final
"little civil war" battle.
A sample of the afternoon's activities were the 23 hits, 11 stolen
bases, 22 strikeouts, nine errors, and 10 free tickets to first base con
tributed by the ball players in their nine innings of play. The contest
lascea z nours ana zo minutes, cur
ing which time fans witnessed a
couple of first class arguments be
tween Umpire Don Husband and
Howard Maple, Orange freshman
Waste Little Time
The Ducklings wasted little time
in driving moundsman A1 Schul
merich from the box, touching him
for seven hits and seven runs—only
two of them earned—in one inning
and two-thirds. Honest John’s
clubbers earned just five of their
12 runs, and Paul Thunemann,
frosh southpaw yielded only three.
Thunemann went the rout for Ore
gon, allowed ten scattered blows.
Wimpy Quinn, flashy frosh
shortstop, who reached Schulmer
ich for two hits, continued the
assaul on Earl McKinney, fireball
heaver, for a pair more to chalk up
a perfect day at bat. Quinn gar
nered three singles and a double in
four trips upl Arland Schwab,
smooth-working rook short-patch
er, led his mates with a triple, a
double, and a single in five times
at bat.
Contributes Seven Errors
The ragged rook nine chalked up
seven errors in the first four inn
ings, spotting the Ducklings to an
8 to 1 lead, but from then on play
ed fairly consistent ball. Howard
Maple’s boys tallied once in the sec
ond inning, added two more runs
in the fifth frame, and ended the
day’s scoring with another pair in
the eighth.
Matt Pavalunas, frosh lead-off
hitter, opened the game with a
ringing double into left field on the
second pitched ball, and advanced
Lo second on a sacrifice bunt by
Tom Cox, third sacker. Jimmie
Jones, Quinn, John Dick and
Thunemann all lashed out singles
to trot over four runs on a couple
of miscues by Arland Schwab.
Add Three More
Pitcher Schulmerich walked
Davalunas and Cox, then struck out
Jones, Quinn, John Dick, and
and Jake Fisher in the second
frame. He retired in favor of Mc
Kinney after the third Duckling
runner had tallied.
McKinney, who last Saturday
pitched a winning game for the
looks over the frosh, kept Honest
John's gang out of scoring range
from the third frame until the
seventh when John Dick, frosh
first baseman, rapped out a double
to score Lyle Goode.
A three-run spurt in the eighth
aided the frosh scoring. Jake Fish
21’ singled to drive in two runs, and
rhunemann did likewise to chase
wer the final tally. McKinney in
lis six-plus innings on the hill
■vhiffed 12 Duckling batters, while
issuing but three earned runs on
six base hits.
The intramural track meet
which has been scheduled for
May 20— today—has been post
poned until May 25-27.
Understand more than one cam
pus coed is getting goose pimples
;hese days. Remember: “Don't be
ifraid to tell your mother"?
University ?CQ-OP?
Yesterday’s Box Score
Oregon frosh—
Pavalunas, r .3 2 111
Cox, 3b .4 10 2 5
Jones, 2 .5 113 3
Quinn, s .4 3 4 1 3
Fisher, m .5 2 2 0 0
Goode, i .3 2 0 1 0
Thunemann, p ....5 0 2 1 0
Dick, lb .4 1 3 10 0
Kelly, c .5 0 0 8 1
Rittell, 1 .0 0 0 0 0
Total .38 12 13 27 13
Oregon State rooks—
Bailey, 3b .3 10 13
Selberg, 2 .5 0 10 2
Schwab, s .5 0 3 1 1
Sims, r .5 110 0
Bonney, m .2 110 0
Hergert, 1 .3 110 2
Arnell, lb .4 0 18 0
Culley, c .4 1 1 16 1
Schulmcrich, p .0 0 0 0 1
McKinney, p .1 0 0 11
Semler, p .0 0 0 0 0
'Lowery .1 0 1 0 0
Total .33 5 10 27 11
.Batteu tor McKinney in 9th.
Frosh ,..4 3 1 0 0 0 1 3 0—12
Hits .5 2 1 1 0 0 1 3 0—13
Rooks .0 1002002 0—5
Hits .1 3 1 0 2 0 0 2 1—10
7 hits, 7 runs off Schulmerich
in 1 2-3; 3 and 5 off McKinney in
5 2-3; and 0 off Sender in 1;.
Winning pitcher—Thunemann.
Losing pitcher—Schulmerich.
Runs responsible for—Thune
mann 3, Schulmerich 2, McKin
ney 3.
Struck out by Thunemann 7,
Schulmerich 2, McKinney 12, Sem
ler 1.
Bases on balls—Off Thunemann
3, Schulmerich 2, McKinney 4,
Sender 1
Stolen bases — Schwab, Sims,
Bonney, Pavalunas 3, Cox, Quinn,
Doode 2, Dick.
3 base hit—Schwab.
2 base hit—Pavalunas, Quinn,
Dick, Schwab.
Runs catted in—Arnell, Schwab,
Dulley, Wowery, Jones, Thunc
nann 3, Fisher 3, Quinn, Cox.
Hit by pitcher by McKinney
i Goode, Dick).
Wild pitches—McKinney 2.
Umpires — Don Husband and
Jurley Isbell.
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Hayward Will Defy Jinxes
By Departing for Seattle
With Thirteen-Man Squad
OM man jinx doesn't worry foxy Bill Hayward apparently as he yes
terday concluded hard workouts for his varsity track team and an
nounced that he would take 13 men with him to the northern division
championships at Seattle Saturday.
Hayward will have entries in all events except both hurdles and
possibly the 220-yard dash. According to the veteran mentor the Web
Coot chances for copping the annual affair are extremely slim and the
majority ot the points will be
gained from the field events.
Point for Record
Hayward is pointing toward
garnering a second place as in
dications point towards the pow
erful Washington State Cougars
as virtual champions owing to
their undefeated dual meet record
and the galaxy of stars that stud
their lineup. The Webfoot men
tor figures he can nose into a sec
ond place by virtue of his strong
field squad.
Expecting to lead the Webfoot
warriors and possibly set a new
northwest mark is Oregon's ace
pole vaulter, George Varoff. In
the dual meet with Oregon State
here Saturday, Varoff cleared 14
feet, a new record, with ease, and
should push this to at least 14 feet
3 inches at Seattle.
Races Are Strength
Oregon's best bet in the running
races will be Captain Sam Mc
Gaughey, fast-stepping rniler, who
is capable of close to 4:20 for the
four laps. Squeak Lloyd who has
recovered from his ankle injury is
a possible winner in one of the
dashes or broad jump.
The following men and their
events were named by Hayward
to make the trip: Squeak Lloyd,
dashes, broad jump, high jump;
Bob Fitchard, high jump, broad
jump: Jim Schriver, quarter-mile;
Bill Harrow, quarter-mile, 220;
Sam McGaughcy, mile; Crawford
Kacqueteers on W heels
It's “catch as catch can” in Ihc new game of tennis played on roller
skates. Every player has an all-court game. The four skaters pictured
above in this snappy doubles game at .Miami Beach, Fla., arc Gene
Vizcnza, left foreground, her partner I'uzzy Fierce, in tin; lar court,
Libby Hoover and Wes Arousou, stars of roller skating derbios.
Frosh Golf Team
To Meet Rooks
Staters ISojte to Avenge
Earlier Beating in Last
Match of Season
Oregon's 6-man frosh golf team
will trail their varsity brothers
to the final golfing war of the
season when they mix mashies with
the Oregon State Rooks here Sat
urday while the Webfoot and Beaver
varsity squads are tangling.
The Rooks come with the hope
of avenging the licking handed
them by the Ducklings in Corvallis
last month. The Oregon frosh
won that meet 12U-9':,.
The Ducklings will pit the same
divot hackers against the Rooks
who led the Oregon boys to victory
in their first match. They are Don
Coles, Ben Hughes, Bill Rosson,
Doc Near, Charles Phipps, and
George Fortmiller.
The Oregon frosh team this
year has been unusually strong,
but difficulty in arranging match
es lias made it possible for them
to play but four matches, with
two of these only practice rounds.
These* two "pickups” saw the
Duckling.; swamp Eugene high and
University high in a three way
meet, ard lose a comparatively
close one to the varsity team.
On the Rook team for Saturday's
windup match will probably be
Stafford, Blasen, Murch, Ireland,
Weidcmann, and Graham.
Lyle, two-mile; Ken Miller, half
mile; George Varoff, pole vault;
Bill Foskett, shot put, discus;
Chan Berry, discus, shot put;
Dutch Holland, discus, shot put,
high jump; Elmer Koskello, jave
lin, and either Duke Hardisty, jav
elin or Stan Smith, shot put.
Frosh Cinder
Squad Points
For Rook Meet
Ducklings Undergo Hard
Drill Today Preparing
For Dual Affair Slated
To De Waged May 21
Oregon's freshman track and
field squad, idle since the Duckling
Rook relays on May 1 will get a
stiff workout today on Hayward
field as George Scharpf, frosh
mentor, puts his squad through
time trials in order to chose a
team for the coming dual meet
with the Oregon State freshman
on May 29.
Plans originally called for part
of the trials today and the remain
der Monday owing to the intra
mural track meet which was to
be held today, but with the meet
postponed it is probable that trials
in all events will be this after
Illness Hits LiucUs
Stock in the coming duel with
the Orange frosh took a decided
drop w’th the announcement that
Jim Buck, outstanding Duckling
sprinter and hurdler, will be out
of competition for the remainder
of the season owing to illness.
Buck has been the most consistent
point-getter for the freshman this
year and is considered a promising
varsity prospect.
The freshmen have engaged in
two meets this year and have been
overwhelming victors both times.
They opened their season with a
decisive 11 iumph over Albany, Cor
vallis, Eugene and University high
schools in a five-way meet. In
their other contest they swept all
five events in their traditional re
lay carnival with the Rooks.
Tryouts Held
Scharpf said that he wanted ev
ery interested freshman to tryout
either tomorrow or Monday as po
sitions are wide open and everyone
will be given a chance to show his
Outstanding prospects today
Who are expected to form the nu
cleus of the freshman squad are
sprints, Reider, Ellis, Samuel,
Steele, Parker; quarter-mile, Stor- j
li, Stanton, Corbett, Buxton; half
mile, Mitchell, Buxton, Hildebunn,|
Fisher; mde, Macltin, Neese, Hoff
man, Mitchell; hurdles, Hochuli,
Jones, llill; pole vault, Simmons,
Mercer, DcFreitas, Littell; javelin,
A. Stein, Brown, Anderson;
weights, Jensen, Inskeep, Short,
Mercer, B. Stein, Rach; high jump,
Samuel, Steele, Mercer; broad
jump, Giaybeal, Samuel, Steele.
Omega, Zeta Tied
For Dorm Lead
Omega’;- four run rally in the
first with another three run spree
in the fourth, combined with Bob
Kidder's fine pitching were enough
to beat Gamma hall K to 7.
With one out during Gamma's
last bats Frank Emmons singled
through Costly to rekindle the
Gamma hopes. Bob Kidder settled
down, however, to strike out the
last two men.
Omega’s deciding three run rally
came in the fourth, when Wally
Newhouse, Gamma hurler, walked
Jack Ccsley and Ken Dell. Jack
McCornb singled sending in Cos
ley, and Russ Inskeep tripled to
score Dell and McCornb.
George Loeffler got Gamma's
longest hit, a triple in the fourth
Huskies Top OSC
By 4 to 3 Count
Ninth Inning Rally Fails
As Johnson Fans Two
Beaver Batsmen
“Tubby" Graves’ University of
Washington baseball nine took a
blow of relief after squeezing a
close 4 to 3 triumph out of a de
termined Oregon State team yes
terday at Seattle in a northern di
vision ball game. Both teams were
definitely in form as the lead see
sawed during the game.
The. Washington rooters were
wild with excitement as the Bea
vers displayed better form than
in any previous games of the con
ference season. Although the
southern aggregation played tight
ball, the Seattle boys tightened
down in the pinches to put a dis
appointing end to their hopes.
With the score tied at 2 to 2 in
the sixtn inning, Oregon State
came to bat and before being re
tired, scored one run to take the
lead from the Huskies at 3 to 2,
who went into the lead with a 2
run barrage in the eighth.
Again in the ninth inning the
Orangemen threatened when two
men reached bases. With one down
and a man on first and third,
Johnson, Husky chueker came to
earth and retired the. next two
Beavers swinging. Takami, OSC
hurler made it a duel with John
son, as both pitchers scattered
well, what hits were made off
R. H. E.
O. S. C.3 7 5
Washington .4 5 2
Webfoot Netters
To; Meet Beavers
■«=-1 i f.
Needing but one victory to
assure themselves of a tie for the
northwest conference tennis cham
pionship, the varsity net team will
engage the Oregon State Beavers
on the University courts next Sat
urday morning.
The Orangemen now hold a 5 to
2 win over the Webfoots and a vic
tory would practically cinch the
title for them. Whether there will
be a change in the Oregon lineup
will not be known until the latter
part of the week. There is a possi
bility that Economus and Crane
will switch positions in an attempt
to capture an extra singles match.
Economus may meet John Gallagh
er, Beaver ace, whom he has beaten
for the last three years. Claude
Hockley defeated Economus in
straight sets in the Corvallis
The frosh squad, which suffered
a 6 to 1 defeat at the hands of the
rooks last week will again tangle
with their traditional foes Saturday
scoring Joe Sherlock and Cal Wil
Willie Torrence's high bounder
which scored Shelby Golden in the
seventh inning, kept Zola hall in
the dorm cup race as they nosed
out Sigma, 8 to 7.
The blow came with two out.
Shelby Golden singled to open the
inning, but Marino Innocenti
grounded out Avery Combs to Kir
man Storli and Bob Fairfield
popped up to Joe Green. Then
came Willie’s hit which was thrown
wild to first enabling Golden to
Innocenti hurled for Zcta.
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Duck Golfers
Gun for Win
Over Staters
Unofficial Title Will Be
At Stake When Rivals
Meet; Division Battle
Set for May 27
With team positions virtually
filled for the Duck's last match
play golf meet of the year when
they meet Oregon State here Sat
urday for the dual meet champion
ship, additional golfing interest is
being centered on the impending
northern division conference cham
pionship meet, slated for May 29
in Seattle.
The six crack regulars who have
upheld Oregon's golf prestige thus
far this season will participate in
Saturday's dual meet, including
Louis Cook, reserve, but since only
four-man teams play in the north
ern division conference champion
ship, second-gucssers are wonder
ing who will be left at home when
the Oregon squad entrains for the
| Seattle trip a week from Saturday.
Milligan’s Choice
The answer rests with Sid Milli
gan, playing coach and No. 1 Web
foot golfer. Milligan stated yes
terday that instead of running a
72-hole qualifying round to pick
the four-man team, he plans to
select the four golfers who hold
the best season records in dual
meet competition.
Each squad member’s record will
be considered from the standpoint
I of matches won, points won, and
; medal scores. Also, each man will
be judged on the brand of golf he
is shooting next week in practice
, rounds, according to Milligan.
ftp her at geology students, though
j second >ear men who have taken
field work are preferred, are
eligible to enroll in the annual
geology summer camp. Dr. W. D.
j Wilkinson of the state university
is in charge, and all students who
are interested should contact him.
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