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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1941)
Reider to Hurl Against OSC Today
Diamond for Opener
Oregon’s varsity baseball coach Hobby Hobson didn’t “spare the
horses’* in running his squad through tapering off drill Thursday,
after taking over the coaching reins "from Anse Cornell.
At 2:15 o’clock this afternoon, the Ducks bolstered by the return of
second baseman Don Kirsch, tangle with the Oregon State varsity
in the first game of the 1941 northern division race.
Chi Psi, Beta
Win in Polo
A nigged, high-scoring team
of Beta men last night crushed
the men of Phi Kappa Psi in
water polo, 10 to 0. To other
wins were chalked up in the
second day of play by the Chi
Psis, who blasted Zeta hall 9
to 0, and the Phi Delts who
sent the men of Delta Tau
Delta home on the short end of
a 2 to 1 score.
The scoring of the power-house
Beta gang was concentrated in
three players, J. Craig, C. Nelson,
and J. Dallas, who scored four,
three, and three points respec
For the Phi Delts, Ted
Holmes was the “big gun” of
the attack, scoring both of the
Phi Delts’ points. Jack Daniels
tallied for the Delts.
Tom Starbuck, with four, Tom
Houston with three, Larry Court
right with one and A1 Silvernail
with one, led the nine-point on
slaught against Zeta hall.
University of Oregon’s fresh
men will renew their annual
battle with the OSC Beaver
divot diggers Saturday at Cor
During the week the situation
looked 'Serious for the Ducklings,
who were playing challenge
matches right and left, but Ray
Farmer and Bob Buck still re
tain the one and two positions.
Other members of the golf
team include Bill Barrish, Ken
Bergstrom, Dick Davis, and
Oregon junior champion, Dick
Despite the fact that this is
the first match for the frosh,
they are expected to give a good
account of themselves as they all
are tournament veterans and all
perform well under fire. During
practices they have pressed the
varsity hard and as a result are
rated over the baby Beaver links
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The Staters have planned an
elaborate ceremony for the Cor
vallis opener, with Goverhor
Charles Sprague scheduled to
make the first pitch.
After that touch off pitch,
Glenn Elliott, who the Orange
men call the “spectacled hyp
notizer,” will take over the
mound duties. Elliott, rated as
the leading pitcher of the con
ference, was beaten once last
year by the Webfoots, and the
Oregon “murderers’ row” is
confident they can do it again.
Bob Reider, who won handily
from Willamette’s Bearcats last
week, is ready to do the hurling
for Oregon, with Nick “Busher”
Begleries held for any emergency.
Kirsch May Start
Chuck Clifford, who has been
showing plenty of ball playing
ability around first base, and with
Bill Carney wTho has been leading
Duck hitters at the plate, is
scheduled to start the encounter
Don Kirsch, showing mid
season form on his first night
out after a jaunt to Hawaii,
may get the nod for the second
At third will be long hitting
Buck Berry, with Bill Hamel set
to handle the area in short field.
Captain Dick Whitman, semi
pro All-American, Bill Carney,
and Johnny Bubalo are scheduled
to open in the outfield.
Bill Calvert will receive Ried
er’s slants from behind the mask.
Squad Leaves at 12:15
Other squad members making
the trip are: “Whitey” Austin,
“Tini” Smith, and Jack Shim
shak, infielders: Hank Burns and
Tony Crish, outfielders; pitchers,
Pete Igoe and Nick Begleries;
and catcher, Bud Walker.
Traveling in private automo
biles, the Webfoots will leave Eu
gene at 12:15.
Leaders For Y's
For This Weekend
At least five University YMCA
members will be at the Silver
Creek Falls recreation area this
weekend for the Oregon area an
nual training conference.
Leaders from “Y” organiza
tions and other religious groups
from the entire state will be pres
ent to get ideas and aids for plan
ning future programs.
Dan Bacot, Charles Roffe, .Tack
Morris, Bob Sabin, and Bob Lov
ell, students, and the “Y” execu
tive secretary, Paul Sutley, will
be present from the University.
Discussions are scheduled on
membership, finance, deputation,
organization and execution of
good meetings, public relations,
social programs, and the use of
Edward L. Ryan, B.S., LL.B., Mgr.
860 Willamette, Eugene
TAKES OVER_ _
Baseball Mentor Howard "Hobby’' Hobson returned from Hawaii
Thursday and took over duties as coach. Hobson will send his hard
hitting Ducks into battle today against the Oregon State Beavers
in Corvallis. His Webfoot team is favored in many circles to win the
Northern Division baseball crown this year.
Freshmen Nine off
For Portland Games
Oregon’s Duckling baseball team hits the road today, for a jaunt
north to tangle with three of Portland’s prep clubs. With 12 players
in tow, Coach John Warren will leave this morning for a scheduled
get-together with Grant this afternoon at 3:15.
Warren refrained from announcing his starting pitchers but gave
Aaron Jones, one of his numerous left-handers, the inside running on
uie spoc. me iloan iimeiu win
be complete for the first time
in the Grant game with Bill
Gissberg', Bill Bishop, Kiki Si
monsen, and Bd Crane.
In the outfield it will be the
trio of Dick Burns, Bob Far
row, and Bob Ballard. Pete
Peterson will draw the start
ing post behind the plate.
Other players making the trip
are A1 Wimer and Dick Rath
bun, pitchers, and “Ozzie” Os
The yearlings will take on a
double-header with Lincoln and
Jefferson, Saturday morning and
afternoon. For the pair of game3
Warren will call on the services
of Wimer and Rathbun, and if
13th and Ililyarrt
958 Oak St.
need be, one of his versatile in
fielders, Gissberg or Simonsen.
By FRED TREADGOLD
Steel-legged l>s .Steers will
not be trying for a. new world's
high jump record in the Oregon
State relays Saturday. So says
Bill Hayward, his coach and
Because cf the scarcity of ath
letes for the meet Hayward* .is
having the ambidextrous St* t ca
compete in three and possibly
four events. Oregon's world' re
nowned ace will participate in
the shuttle hurdles, shot put aucl
maybe the 880-yard besides* the
high jump. With such, a bin i.tea
on his shoulders Steers isn t ex
pected by Colonel Bill to cm: fc
the record this time.
Steers in Reeord Try
"I wish Les could set a wewf
mark this week,” the veteran, uir
lot stated Thursday, "but he
won’t have much of a chance as*
he is entred in so many events.”
Hayward indicated that Steer a
would just go high enough to. win.
Showing up extremely woH
the past few days was Curt ,V(e
t ham, another of Tex Oliver’s
ball packers. Mecham displayed
exceptional form in the shotpi.il
and'especially drew plaudits, tor
hi9 work in the hurdles. As* a
result he Is slated to enter in
both the aforementioned evetrls
against the Beavers.
Gridders to Compete
The possibility of Ken
phant and Jake < Flash) Leir.ht,
gridiron speedburners, being un
able to eompete Saturday threw
a monkeywiench into Oregon’s
sprint machinery. Beth are both
ered with tight muscles, 'which
have refused to open up.
Cp Oregon State way Gr.int
Swan, Beaver boss had. bis
share of misery, too ,w hen Cap
tain Bon Vaillaneounrt, top
flight distance man, pulled u.t?
in practice with a strained, tup
muscle. Prior to this setback
Swan had predicted ami ©raug*>'
win. in both the two-mile and
four-mile relays. Now he claunl
fies all e\ents as “strictly
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