Bearcat Hurler Halts Duck Batters Chief-Duck Tilt Dropped By Cornell The game scheduled Monday between the Wenatchee Chiefs of the Western International league and the University of Oregon nine was canceled. A telegram from the profes sional club to Acting Coach Anse Cornell, disclosed that rainy weather had not given the players sufficient time to get in condi tion, and that the pitchers were not in shape. Canceling the game cut the Webfoots pre-season schedule to four games, and with the opening of the Northern Division race only four days away, Duck possi bilities are still a question mark. DICTATOR Acting-coach Anse Cornell will relinquish the coaching duties to Hobby Hobson when the Duck nine opens the season at Corvallis Friday. Ducklings Lose, 9-8 To State Prison Nine The University of Oregon frosh baseball team found the State Prison Greys a little too clever on the base tines Saturday, as the inmate team swiped a close one from the yearlings by a 9 to 8 score. Going into the last half of the ninth the yearlings were on the long end of an 8-7 score when the Greys started acting up on the base lines. A1 Wimer filled the bases on a walk, a wild pitch that hit a batter, and a single. The tying run came across when Wimer walked another man. As Wimer started his windup to throw to the batted, Luke Cross white, inmate pitcher, started in from third. The batter sensing the play laid one down and the ball game was in the pocket. Farrow Hits Wall Bob Farrow had a banner day at the plate, rapping out a homer, a double and a single in four trips. “Ozzie” Oswald banged out four singles in five tries. Sloshing around on a rather damp Howe field Monday, the frosh took it on the chin from the varsity in an abbreviated four-inning contest, 8 to 2. Even with the help of a varsity battery, Nick Begleries and Bud Walker, the frosh were little competition for the Web foots. Begleries allowed the varsity seven hits in his four ininngs of duty. Karterman for the varsity set the frosh down with four. Saturday game: Summary SHE Greys.004 300 002— 9 11 4 Frosh 030 002 120— 8 9 3 Business School Gets Cargo Film From Ship Firm The American-Hawaiian steam ship company, through its district manager, Fred N. Mills, present ed a film on handling of cargo as developed by the steamship com pany to Prof. A. L. Lomax, rep resenting the school of business, Saturday. The gift wras made in Portland. The film, entitled “Duty to Car go,’’ was made last year at a cost Prospects For Track Season Bad Oregon's scanty, inexperi enced track squad failed to set the world afire with the per formances turned in Saturday in a time trials running with the frosh. The 1941 edition of the varsity track was described by Hayward as one of the weakest teams in his 39-year coaching regime. Fuhrman Needed Oregon's ace hurdler, Rolph Fuhrman, is some 3000 miles across the Pacific ocean in Plono lulu with the varsity basketball itinerants. At that distance he is not able to give a great deal of help to the situation. One faint gleam of sunlight managed to creep through this blanket of gloom when Jake (Flash) Leieht, speedy football halfback, went through his initial cinder workout Monday. This dashing Californian is credited with running a :9.7 100-yard dash. Ken Oliphant, another winged footed gridder, is also expected to turn out. These additions should be the zest-giving hypo for the sprint department which at pres ent is woefully weak. of $25,000 to the company. It will be used in classes in foreign trade here at the University. Also participating from the University in the presentation was Assistant Professor A. G. Dudley of the BA school. ■■■ ■ —> A NEW DRESS? Xo ! This is last spring’s dress, beautifully cleaned by the—• BAND BOX CLEANERS Phone 398 EUGENE LAUNDRY Phone 123 Willamette Dumps Webfoots 6-0 to Even Two-Game Series Earl Toolson, big Willamette university righthander, blanked Ore gon’s “murderers’ row” here Saturday, as the Bearoats bunched live hits in the last two innings for sLv runs and the ball game. Pete Igoe, who went the distance for the Webfoots, pitched near perfect ball for seven innings, but two hits combined with a pair of costly errors in the eighth gave the Bearcats a lead thev never lost. Ihey picked up four count ers in the ninth on three bingles and two more misplays. Ducks Threaten The Ducks filled the bases in the first on a pair of walks and Berry’s infield single, but Chuck Clifford struck out to end the inning. Calvert singled to open the second stanza and a few min utes later Whitman drove a sin gle into left, and again Toolson clamped down in the pinches and struck out Tini Smith. Again in the third frame, the Ducks put men on bases as Berry singled through the pitcher, but was out when Bill Carney forced him at second. Clifford then slapped a single into right sending Carney to second, but Calvert swung hard only to drop a slow roller in front of the plate and was tossed out at first. From the third inning on big Toolson pitched masterful ball except for Igoe’s single in the sixth and a pair of walks in the eighth kept the Webfoots well in hand. Kolb Injured Johnny Kolb, star of the Bear cat infield, broke a small bone in his ankle and dislocated his foot, stealing second base in the eighth inning. Pete Igoe stopped the Wil lamette hitters cold for seven innings, allowing but three hits. But from then on it was a dif ferent story. Toolson, up first for the Bearcats in the eighth, singled to deep short. Daggett dropped a bunt, sending the big right hander to second. Then Buck Berry misplayed a ground ball, allowing Walker to take first. Cameron then singled to right scoring Toolson. Kolb sin gled sending Walker across the plate. Richards Homes In the ninth Jack Richards slammed a home run into deep left-center. Robertson walked, Daggett was safe on Berry’s fourth effor of the game, and Walker hit a long triple to the left. The Bearcats picked up their last run on Hochstetter's long fly to left. Summary: Oregon AB R H PO A E Whitman, m ...4 0 1 4 0 0 Smith, s .2 0 0 0 0 0 Burns, r .3 0 0 0 0 0 Bern,-, 3 .4 0 2 2 4 4 Carney, 1 .3 0 110 0 Clifford, lb .4 0 1 11 0 0 Calvert, 3 .3 0 1 5 3 0 Austin, 2 .3 0 12 10 Igoe, p .4 0 1 0 2 0 Hamel, s .3 0 1 2 2 0 Bubalo, 1 .1 0 0 0 0 0 Shimshak, 2 .0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals.34 Willamette Walker, r . Hochstetter ,1 . 4 Cameron, 3 .4 Kolb, s .4 Ragsdale, s .1 Owens, m .3 Richards, lb ... 4 Robertson, c ....3 Toolson, p .4 Daggett, 2 .3 9 27 12 4 E 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 10 0 10 0 AB R H PO A 5 2 2 3 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 S 1 0 12 111 Totals 37 6 8 27 6 1 Olivermen Sparkle in Scrimmage Coach Tex Oliver Saturday gave the Oregon campus it’s first glimpse of his .1941 ver sion of the “Oliver Tw ist” when Duck Gridmen went through a lengthy and strenuous intra squad practice game. The first team, the Greens, was tied one touchdown all toy the sec ond string Golds. Tommy Rotolir^ varsity left half, ran the clincher play for the first string on a 12 vard dash. Oxman Scores Tom Oxman, second string Gold back, punched through a slot in the varsity forward wall for two yards to tie the game up. Notice able for the relief men were Lar ry Olsen and Jim Shephard, who formed a passing combination that would warm the heart of any coach. Olsen was pitching them from his right half post and was grooving the majority of his throws. After the Greens and Golds had their set-to a team of Blues provided the competition for the Green team. The Blues gained a one-touchdown mar gin over the Greens when Bill Dunlap scored on an end run. HE'S TOPS Jack Werner, one of the top jockeys of the California race tracks, now riding for the How ard stabie9. Typing lobs Open Positions are open for persons desiring to qualify as thesis typ ists for spring and summer terms. Senior standing and several years’ typing experience is neces sary. Typists will be expected to be able to do some editing. Appli cations should be made at the graduate office on the upper floor of Johnson. Yearling Thinclads Show Form Oregon's freshman tra^te Miuad worked out Saturday along with the varsity, but tho big foe of both the varsity »s?d frosh teams was the stop \vaJ rh in the hands of Bill Hayward. Especially outstanding was Don Wilson, who defeated all competition in his favorite event, the mile. Stan Skillicorn also tripped the cinders in this event ,n good time behind Wilson. Rod Munro. pole vaulter, '? as clearing the bar around 11 feet 6 inches with, apparent ease. The time in the century was poor considering the weather and! the condition of the track. The first meet for the Oregon frosh is scheduled for April „'9, in the Oregon State relays at Corvallis. Jacques Bates, newly-chofjon president of th.e International Re lations club at Park college, holds a student membership in the P o} erican Academy of Political and Social Science. SIDE PATTER Pat Taylor Well, Easter Day hts come and went . . . And everyone did look quite, passing fair . , . what with oil. the big-brimmed hats, there.] was a faint mushroom aspt f t j to some of the gels . . . Not t'hej least lovely was Beta Doim Turner's beige gabardine slot; . . . all of the rushees looked] properly impressed, while nil j broke their necks trying to,] act like what they thought rushees thought college peo ple act like, . . . Rally rally . . . . Saw Eadie Bush and BiWI Margrath out at the F. Tree and they asked why they nev* r were in the column . . . which only gees to prove that some one does SO lead this column It, happened quite a spell, ago, but it was funny: Meyer Kroopnick, Dick Phillip* i, C'ece Wright and some oth- r law school students we ■*: standing in the Side . . . as] law students will . . . and do . . . so Kroopie pulls out a package of cigarettes ar.d of fers them to the fellows say ing, go ahead, take 'em, 1 don’t srnoke . . . saying I found ’em,. . . . The lads fell to with great J glee as law students will and j do when something's free . , and Phillippi was right n j there for his . . . taking the ; proferred fags by twos and threes ... so when they we e all gone from the pkg. . . Kroopie leaves, parting shot ting with, “Oh, say, I meant to tell you, Phillippi, I found ’em in your pocket.” Maybe it isn't so funny to tell it, but you should ha;e. seen the expression on PhJ iippi’a face . . .