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Page 4 DAILY EMERALD
Thursday, May 7, 1942
Ducks Win Thriller;
Stop Staters’ Streak
Bill Carney blasted a towering home run over the right field em
bankment of Howe field in the tenth inning yesterday to write
f'inis to a hectic Oregon-Oregon State ball game, and send the Bea
vers limping off on the killing Inland Empire trip on the short end of
s» (> to 5 beating.
The setback clips a six-game winning streak for the Beavers
and rekindles Oregons taint
hopes of copping the baseball
A Great Ball Game
It was a great ball game. It’s
hard to know where to stait in
recounting it. There was that
great diving catch by Dick Burns
in the top of the tenth that
turned into an unassisted double
play and cut off an OSC rally.
.And there was Johnny Bubalo's
homer in the eighth that tied up
the ball game at five all. Then,
too, there was Don Kirsch’s thiee
ruil homer in the fifth that gave
Oregon a 4 to 2 lead.
Oregon drew.' first blobd in the
third when theyshoved fhe.i.r first
run across. Nick Bagferiesj.start
ing pitcher, reached second on an
error by Hai'ry Amateher. The
burly OSC backstop overthrew
on first. on a, plouper by Nick
and he scooted .to second. Dick
"Whitman singled to i;igl>t to score
The lead was short-lived, as
the Beavers came back with a
two-run flurry in the fifth on
Don Durclan’s home run. Doug'
Pederson reached first on Bill
Hamel’s error and Durdan cleared
t'.je sacks with a line drive homer
Undaunted, the Ducks came
back in the last of the fifth
and posted three runs via a walk,
a double play that went wrong,
and a long home run by Kirsch
over the left field bank.
Bill Hamel walked to'start the
toning. Begleries reached first
ami Hamel went to second when
a double play failed to material
ize. Then Kirsch’s home run sent
three runs scurrying over the
It was 4 to 2 for the Ducks and
with Nick still strong, things
looked good. Then, with one away
in the sixth, the Beavers touch.d
Nick tor two straight singles and
Bob Rieder came into the game.
Bill Hamel cut off any Beaver’s
dreams of runs that inning when
lie pulled in Pederson's line drive
over the bag and doubled Norm
Peters off the sack.
Rieder lost control in the sev
enth and put two men on by
walks. Then Bob Farrow booted
one at short and the bases were
full. Elwyne McRae took cure of
tim loaded sacks by dumping a
double into extreme left and send
iig three runs across to put the
Beavers out In front again, 5 t > 4.
Rieder was through, now. and
Bub moved over to take care of
the pitching for the rest of cno
game, and to earn'the credit for
the win. Bub strong-aimed and
knuckle-balled his way by the
rest of the batters.
Ft ill lagging by one run. Bub
evened up his own ball game by
Mashing out the third home run
«>f the day. a long drive over the
very busy left field bank.
With the score tied up the
stage was set for some nice
playing by Oregon. Hamel singled
in the ninth but was left stranded.
The Beavers couldn't touch Bub’s
offerings but Vie Brown walked
in the tenth with one away. Then
Peters sent a drive down first.
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(Courtesy of the Oregon Journal)
NORM PETERS . . .
. . . hit into a double play yester
day when Dick Burns made a
beautiful catch of his line drive
Beaver-Duck Box Score_
Oregon State AB R H O A E
McRae, 2b .
Brown, cf .
Peters, rf .
Pederson, If ..
Durdan, lb ....
Amaeher, c ....
Williams, p ..
Elliot, p .
...5 0 1 3 6 0
.4 0 0 1 1 1
...4 0 1 3 0 0
...5 0 110 1
...4 0 1110
...4 1 .0 2 0 0
...3 2 1 13 0 1
...3 10 3 11
...3 1 0 0 5 0
...1 0 0 0 0 0
...0 0 0 0 0 0
.36 5 5 27 14 4
Williams in eighth.
Pitcher's Records AB H R ER
Winning' pitcher, Bubalo; losing
Home runs, Carney, Kirsch,
Durdan, Bubalo. Double, McRae.
RBI, McRae. 3; Durdan, 2; Kirsch,
3; Whitman. 1; Carney, 1; Bu
balo, 1. Double plays, Farrow to
Kirsch to Bubalo, Burns—Habel
(both unassisted). Sacrifice hits,
McClusky, Carney, Burns. Um
pire. Spec Burke.
.23 4 2 1
..3 13 2
.10 0 0 0
31 5 5 4
...4 2 11
To Pullmen Friday
Colonel Bill Hayward lias kept *a. watchful eye cn his Webfoot
cinder squad this week, trying to pick a traveling team to face
Washington State at Pullman Saturday.
Because of transportation costs, Hayward will he able to take
only lti men, including trainer, manager, and himself. Tryouts were
held for the middle distances yesterday, but no announcement was
made as to the complete team. It
will be necessary to take the most
versatile men in order to be rep
resented in all the events.
Some who are likely to make
the trip are Zenas Butler, sprints,
hurdles, and broad jump; Homer
Thomas, pole vault; Bob Xew
land. high jump and broad jump;
Don Wilson, mile and two mile;
Ralph Kramer, sprints and hur
dles; Francis Tuckwiler, middle
distances; Chuck Elliot, weights;
Stan Skillieorn, SSO; Warren
base which Burns gathered in
on a beautiful flying dive to dou
ble Brown off of first.
It was Carney's .•■how from
there on in. With two strikes
against him and none away, he
caught hold of one of Glenn "El
liot's southpaw offerings to send
it over that same left field em
bankment. break up the game,
and beat the Beavers.
While only in for two innings,
Elliot gets credit for the loss to
end his winning streak at three
straight. Bub earned the win for
Finke, javelin; Dick Shelton, mid
dle distances; Kenny Oliphant,
sprints; Fred Foster, weights;
Owen Day, pole vault and hur
dles; and Bill Deller, javelin and
The squad was hit Wednes
day when Stan Hay, middle dis
tance man was counted out for
the MSC meet because of a had
leg and the resignation of Ed
lieiner, another middle distance
man. Both of these men were
always counted on for points.
The javelin department took
new life this week when Warren
Finke started throwing the wil
low like a champ. He has shown
steady improvement, and heaved
it 172 feet this week. He claims
he is just getting on to it, and
should develop rapidly.
Psychologically speaking, it is
sound to maintain many peace
time extracurricular activities
during war, in opinion of Dr. Paul
White, University of Texas psy
Kirsch, 2b .5
Carney, If .4
Bubalo, ib-p ... 4
Farrow, ss .4
D. Burns, rf-lb..3
Pilip, c .3
Begleries, p .2
Rieder, p .0
Taylor, rf .0
R H O A E
0 110 0
1 1 10 3 1
0 2 0 5 0
0 1 11 0 1
0 0 110
114 3 2
2 0 0 2 1
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 10 0
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
6 8 30 15 5
Crowded out of the sports pro
gram yesterday by the Oregon
State baseball and the football
scrimmage, the Duckling base
ball team will put on the finishing
touches this afternoon in prepa
ration for the invading Oregon
It will be the first of the an
nual four game series played be
tween the two schools.
The Rooks have rang up an im
preessive list of wins against out
standing high school teams to
date and are tabbed as a hard
The game will be a part of the
Mothers’ day festivities Friday,
and will follow the luncheon, be
ing played on Howe field at 4.
Picked. . .
INFIELDERS . . . Brush Camp
bell, Omega hall; Aaron Jones,
Kirkwood co-op; Ame Jensen,
Awful Awfuls; ““Lippy" Lipke.
Sigma hall; Bob Reynolds, Sher
ry Ross; Art Davis, Gamma hall:
Jim Linse, Gamma hall.
OUTFIELDERS .... Duane
Wiecfen, Canard club; Milt Small,
Campbell club; Phil Jonsrud, Al
pha hall; Walt Reynolds, Sherry
Ross; Oly Rigo, Sherry Ross.
Pitchers . . . Felix Asia, Camp
bell; Elmer Olson, Awful Awfuls;
Roy Nelson, Canard club; Geor^li"
Holloman, Alpha hall.
CATCHERS . . . Jimmy Oswald,
Alpha hall; Dave Marine, Awful
MANAGER ... Joe Miller,
Oregon State .6 I .857
Oregon .5 3 .625
Washington .5 3 .625
Washington State .3 5 .355
Idaho .0 7 .000
With Oregon State and Mr. El
liot neatly disposed of, Howard
Hobson and 15 diamond men
leave at 5:15 this afternoon for
the dreaded Inland Empire trip.
The Ducks meet Idaho in Mos
cow Friday and Saturday, move
over to Pullman to play Washing
ton State Monday and Tuesday,
and then complete the fatiguing
“six games in seven days toughie
with Washington in Seattle on
Wednesday and Thursday.
The fifteen men making the
trip with Hobson are: Ted Pilip,
Bill Peterson, Bill McKevitt, Bob
Rieder, Nick Begleries, Nelson
Sandgren, A1 Wimer, Johnny Bu
balo, Don Kirsch, Bill Hamel, Bob
Farrow, Dick W'hitman, Bill Car
ney, Dick Burns, and Bob Nor
THRILLS AND CHILLS b ►
with William Gargan
Irene Hervey; also
Johnny Mack Brown
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