Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 25, 1941, Page Seven, Image 7

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    Heavy Duck Bats Face Idaho Today
Pete Igoe Picked
To Hurl Against
Vandal Nine
Ask any one of the starting
nine Webfoot baseball players
who will win the Duck-Vandal
game, which is to be played
today on Howe field at 3 o’
clock, and they will all give
you the same answer.
“Webfoots in a walk.”
Confidence isn't the only thing
the Ducks have ready to cut loose
on the Vandal diamondeers.
Heavy Batters
Boasting a batting lineup sec
ond to none in the conference,
those Ducks wall try for the runs
where they can get them, and if
the week’s practice showing has
anything to do with it, there will
be plenty of them.
Pete Igoe, with one confer
ence win, to his credit, was
named yesterday by Coach
Hobby Hobson to do the hurl
ing for Oregon.
OSC Wins
With Clayton Shaw pitching
shutout ball until the eighth inn
ing, the OSC Beavers bounced the
Vandals, 5 to 4, yesterday. Idaho
took a 14 to 6 troucing at the
hands of Oregon State's star left
hand flinger, Glenn Elliott, Wed
Besides Igoe, the remaining
starters of Oregon’s star-stud
ded lineup will be: Billy Cal
vert catching Igoe’s right-hand
slants, with Charley “Zeke”
Clifford scheduled to handle
first base. Don Kirsch will
handle the territory around the
keystone sack, and Buck Berry
will start at third. At short
stop, Bill Hamel draws the
starting nod, with Bill Carney,
Dick Whitman, and Johnny
Bubalo playing the outfield.
The starting hurler for the
Vandals had not been named last
night, but Forrest Twogood will
probably start either Dick Snyder
or Dal Bechtol.
Teh-yao Wu, Chinese student
at Hamilton colleges, has started
a drive for funds to supply text
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Les Steers, sensational Oregon high jumper, is set to cut a new
figure Saturday in Seattle against the University of Washington.
Steers will high jump, high hurdle, shot put, and throw the javelin.
Bill Hayward Takes
18Trackmento U W
Led by Ehle Reber, captain and
broadjumper par excellence, Ore
gon's underdog Ducks head into
forboding Washington territory
Via train at 12 noon today. From
all reports seeping down from
UO Netmen
Shade Idaho
The barnstorming’ Univer
sity of Oregon varsity tennis
team yesterday oozed past the
racqueteers from Idaho, 5 to 2,
at Moscow. This was the first
game for the Oregon netmen.
Tomorrow the Webfoots
travel to Pullman for a joust
with the Washington State
Relay Event
The University of Oregon frosh
mile relay team unpacked their
duffel bags last night when
Frosh Coach Ned Johns received
word that the Oregon State
rooks would be unable to enter
the Bend relays, and it was
deemed wise to leave the frosh
home, too.
The frosh and the rooks were
scheduled to run in a mile relay
exhibition in the eastern Oregon
relay event.
In the meantime the genial
Johns is running his frosh cinder
men through workouts in prepa
ration for the invasion of the Sa
lem Vikings. The Salem prep
pers are scheduled for a Tuesday
encounter, on the Hayward track.
No official word has been re
ceived on the strength of the Sa
lem lads but to go on past per
formances they will be strong.
The Salem squad is consistently
one of the best prep teams in the
Coach Johns also revealed that
between the next encounter with
the Oregon State rooks, he and
his team will take a trip to meet
outside competition. He is now
working on plans for this jaunt.
The second clash with the rooks
is scheduled for May 10.
Seattle the Huskies plan a hostile
welcome for the Webfoots in their
Upon a squad of 18 men Ore
gon’s chances will rest. Those
making the trip include: Jake
Leicht and Bob Keen, sprints;
Bob McKinney, Ed Reiner, Fran
cis Tuckwiler, Boyd Lee, and Bill
Scharpf, 440 and 880-yard runs;
Bill Ross and Earle Russell, mile;
Bill Regner, discus; Fred Foster,
shot put; Bob Hendershott and
Homer Thomas, pole vault; Zenos
Butler, hurdles; Jim Harris and
Bill Beifuss, high jump; Les
Steers, high jump, hurdles, and
shotput; and Reber.
Outlook Pessimistic
Bill Hayward gloomily said be
fore. embarking that “if we make
36 points we’ll be lucky.’’ Most
fans believed that the Oregon
mentor was being unduly cau
tious, making the most of the
underdog role in which the Ducks
have been cast.
Until Steers is .absolutely ready
he will not try for the high jump
record, which he has smashed
unofficially on several occasions.
With the hurdles and shqftput
now added to his work day, the
Oregon kangaroo will be content
merely to win in that event, Hay
ward revealed.
Washington took the meet last
year by a count of 77 to 54.
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Kappa Sigs Win in l-M
Softball With 4-Run Rally
Four runs in the sixth inning by the Kappa Sig singers wipeif eurt
a one-run Canard club lead and won the game for the ••beef truot,’*
7 to 4. Sigma Chi, Phi Delt, and Delt teams also romped home wimrot’iw
Canard scored one tally in each of the first two innings to eaplur©
an early lead. The Kappa Sigs tallied three times in the last half ot
the second to gain the advantage for a short time. Canard pwnhedl
anumer run across in me mini
to tie, and went into the lead with
their last run in the fifth. Then
the bombarding bats began to
Paul Jackson coasted to an
easy, 9 to 5. win over the Sam
mies. Seven runs in the second
inning- sent Jackson back to the
mound with a comfortable mar
gin to work on. The Sammies
scored a run in the first but the
lead was wiped out by two Phi
Delt tallies in the last of the
first. A three-run rally by the
Sammies in the last inning fell
Ragged! defensive play by the
Sherry Ross nine enabled the
Sigma This to capture the
game, tl to 4. Frank Lock
wood, Sigma Chi hurler, had a.
shutout until the last inning,
when a belated four-run out
burst spoiled the whitewashing.
Poor base running by Alpha
hall in the last inning helped the
Delta to win a close game, 4 to 3.
Alpha had the bases full with the
tieing run on third base when an
over-ambitious runner attempted
to steal second base which was
already occupied. The hallmen
were in the midst of a promising
rally at the time the blunder
IT" 1
111 010 0— 4
Kappa Sig- . 030 004 >: 7
Herndon, and Holcomb, Engel
and Earl.
Sammies . 300 033- 5
Tin Belt. 270 00x - f*
Riback and Ear man, Jatio.on
and Arbuckle.
Sigma Chi. 242 3 - It
Sherry Ross . 000 4 4
Lockwood and Eiain. Litcbinnn,
Dryden and Cutler, Blair.
Alpha. 00 003 2 - .1
Belts . 013 002 x.- 4
lease ho and Kunz, Atkm?JOn
and Bockes.
No games scheduled today.
OSC Downs
Idaho, 5-4
The league leading- Orfgtm
State Beavers climbed a
higher on the Northern itivOnti.n
baseball ladder, when thf-yj
dumped the Idaho Vandals, 5 k 4„
in Coivallis.
Clayton Shaw, Beaver butter,)
pitched masterful shutout bull
until the final two inning* wber*
the Vandals hopped onto *us»
pitches to score all four run?).
This vein gives the Brave*t) a:
win-loss average of .150 Vv vthi
three wins and one loss.
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