Oregon Nine Meets UW at Seattle Today Ducks Tangle With Huskies in First of Six-Game Road Trip Series; Idaho, OSC And Oregon in Three-Way Tie for First Co-leaders with OSC and Idaho of the northern conference, Oregon's baseballers meet Washington’s Huskies at Seattle this afternoon in a game which the Ducks hope will start them swinging along the road to Pennantville. The final game of the Husky-Duck series is slated for Saturday. + For the Ducks today’s Seattle affair is the initial contest of a “suicide” road trip slate which lists six games in eleven days. Monday and Tuesday the Ducks engage Idaho’s up and Coming Vandals, who |just recently kicked Buck Bailey's powerful Cougars twice to elevate themselves to the top rung of the conference ladder. And Wednesday and Thursday the Cougars, them selves, will loom large in the path of the Duck Limited. At present Oregon, Oregon State, find Idaho, the league leaders, all have won five games and lost three. The Cougars—a club blessed with manpower and plenty of pitching—on the other hand, have won only three and lost five. How ever, Buck Bailey and his war riors. are all through with their traveling, so if the Webfoots in tend to stay at the top, they must ‘‘make hay” on this trip. Pitching Performances Help Burley Bob Creighton’s great three-hit exhibition against Idaho has skyrocketed Duck hopes. And so has the improved pitching of A1 Linn, recruit right hander. Be fore the Washington series at Eu gene, Bob Hardy, ace southpaw was carrying all the load. Hardy’s win over Washington brought his victory list to four. Coach Hobby Hobson’s Webfoots beat back the Husky challenge at Howe field by hanging up 16-0, and 3-0 decisions. They did so, however, at the expense of a Husky pitching corps which had just faced the clouting Beavermen of Corvallis. But this week there can be no “ifs” about anything for Coach Tubby Graves has his two star mounds men—Warren Sierer, victor over OSC, and Chet Johnson, easy-work ing southpaw who pitched here— ready to go, and he plans to throw them both against the Webfoots. Coach Hobson will counter this Graves strategy by working his aces Creighton and Hardy, against the Huskies. By throwing these two Friday and Saturday, the Duck coach hopes to have them ready for duty in the last Washington State and both Idaho games. It’s Hardy’s turn today. Quinn May Pitch " For relief duty and starting work in the other games, Coach Hobson has A1 Linn, Pete Igoe, and Southpaw Jack Jasper ready. And too, Coach Hobby may take a chance by starting Wimpy Quinn, strong-armed third-baseman, in one game. Quinn is very fast, and has a fair hook. In the event that Quinn moves to the mound, either Jack Shimshak or Tom Cox, out fielders, will shift to third. Cece Walden and Jim Rathbun will share catching duties, Walden starting today. I Set to back up the pitching corps with double plays and fast fielding, Oregon’s infield combina tion, which once again has been “looking like a million,” is intact and will fill the 1, 2, 3, and 4 spots in the batting order. Shortstop El mer Mallory bats first, followed by Second Baseman Ford Mullen. Bush Smith, classy first baseman who tops all hitters, and Wimpy Quinn, rangy third sacker, bat third and fourth, respectively. The regular outfield combina tion of Jim Nicholson, fleet cen terfielder, Whizzer White, and Jack Shimshak will start today, unless Coach Hobson decides to play Tom Cox, a veteran of last year's road trip. Washington will line up with either Sierer or Johnson pitching, and either Jorgenson or Gasparo vich catching. Infielders will be Captain George Ziegenfuss, first base; Spencer, second; Pyfer, short; Pripp, third; and Millikan, Peltola, and Dobson, outfielders. Frosh, Rooks Hold Dual Meet Today Ducklings Travel To Corvallis—Are Favored to Win By KEN CHRISTIANSON Oregon freshmen cindermen will go onto Bell field at Corvallis this afternoon with high hopes of mark ing up a second victory over Ore gon State’s rooks. After tucking a not-hard-to take four to one victory undei their belts in the annual freshmar relays held on Hayward field last Friday, Oregon is rated a better than even chance to upset Oregon State. Local "railbirds” judge George Stovel’s charges to be one of the best squads in years. Oregon is ! especially strong in the running events while the rooks are strong in the field events. Ettinger Leads Rooks Bob Ettinger is the mainspring of the rook attack. Ettinger is Coach Swan’s crack sprinter anc “Twinkle twinkle lit tle bat! How I won der wliat you’re at” t-(JS T Shelton-Turnbull-Fuller, Inc., PRINTERS broadjumper. Oregon State is ad* mittedly very weak in the middle distance events. Oregon’s chances are hampered through the loss of Jack Loving, star hurdler, through ineligibility, and of Carlo Apa sprinter, with a pulled muscle. Apa will make the trip as a trainer. Stovel has assembled an impres sive group of near luminaries for the meet. Dutch Schultz, individual high man in last year’s state meet, has hung up very speedy marks in the 100 and 220, and has beaten the varsity sprinters in time trials. Ray Dickson, second high man in the state meet, will be the hard est taxed of the Duckling entries of the day. He is entered in the low and high hurdles, broad jump, and in the pole vault. Schultz is also counted on in the broad jump. Wes Steele, holder of the Port land city 440 record, will attempt to duplicate his :51.3 time for the quarter mile. Boyd Lee, second in the state meet in the 440, will team with Steele and together they I III TRY ONE OF OUR COCKTAILS —SHRIMP, CRAB AND OYSTER • The Season is Now Best for CRAB and CRAB MEAT • NEWMAN’S FISH MARKET Phone 2309 will try to take a first and second place. Ed Storli hopes to get his time down to 2:00 for the 680 this afternoon. Storli, like his brother, runs the half mile and is Stovel’s big hope for the 880. Ed Reiner has been trodding on Storli's heels all season. Ray Kleinfeldt, Bill Ross, and Bill Johns are the potential point getters in the mile. Kleinfeldt has been state mile champion for three successive years. Martin Luther will run with Dickson in the hurdle events. In the high jump, Harvey McKee and Clair Adams will form a duo of six foot plus bar-clearers. Loyal Lang will be the other yearling entry. 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