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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1949)
Developments on the Orego^
football front Wednesday after
noon were wrapped around a
grueling two-hour workout on the
University practice lot,
FIELD GENERAL Jim Aiken’s
only comment after the scrum
was that the squad was shaping
However, for a man who is out
to replace Norm Van Broeklin,
Coach AlUen looked unusually
Earl Stelle's continued fine per
formance is in part responsible for
the complete lack of pessimism.
A FAIR of tackles, Dick Hud
son and Harold Simmons, also
caught the coach's eye. Simmons,
one of the freshmen on the squad,
seems to be headed for big things.
Hudson, who played service hall
with the El Toro Marines, showed
lots of promise on defense.
Transfer tackle Gus Knicker
ehm, and Freshman Jerry Moshof
sky, also a tackle, drew special at
tention for their respective per
Track Assistant Needed
Track Manager Tom Ragsdale
has requested that anyone inter
ested in being an assistant tracl
manager contact either him or
Coach Bill Bowerman in the ath
letic office in McArthur court.
Star in Final Warmups
Coach Bill Bowerman sent his Varsity and Frosh charges
through their last rough workout yesterday before the Oregon
State Relays this Saturday in Corvallis.
The emphasis was on the track events since the only field
competition will be the shot put and high jump. Track events
were run only three-quarter distance during the practice session
with several excellent times being clocked.
WALT McCLURE. who has developed into Bowerman’s
Freshman baseball, track, and
tennis teams will be fielded this
spring by the University of Ore
Frosh baseball, coached by Lloyd
Falgren, has attracted 30 candi
dates and the Ducklings have been
working out regularly under the
former Venture Junior college
athletic director. Opening date of a
nine-game schedule for the Year
hug horsehiders is April 16 against
Milwaukee high school there.
Coach Bill Bowerman plans an
extensive track schedule with six
or seven meets and competition in
A AU meets.
Outstanding freshman prospects
are Distance Man Jack Hutchins,
Javelin Thrower Chuck Missfeldt,
Sprinter Phil Jones, Ed Robison,
high jumper and pole vaulter, and
Hurdlers Jack Smith and Bill Sing
Opening meet date for the frosh
track squad is April 12 when they
take on Cottage Grove high school
ud Springfield high on Hayward
field in Eugene.
leading distance man, almost
kicked over the dope bucket as
he roared around the track to
force Olympic competitor Jack
Hutchins into a photo finish in
the 660 yard dash.
After training the little Cana
dian Freshman for two laps, Mc
Clure pushed into the lead only to
be edged out by a stride at the wire.
Hutchins’ winning time was
clocked at 1:24.3 which means both
he and McClure turned in topflight
performances for this eaily in the
DAVEY HENTHOKNK and Var
sity teammate A1 Bullier shot over
the cinders in the abbreviated 100
They turned in the amazing times
of 7.4 and 7.5 seconds respectively.
With Henthorne and Bullier to
carry the mail, Coach Bowerman’s
main strength in the Corvallis
meet should be the 440 yard relay.
PHIL, JONES, stylish high-fly
ing frosh from Bend, also chalked
up a commendable mark in the 75
yard run at 8 seconds flat.
Jack Countryman, another fast
developing distance man, copped
the top spot in the 330 yard event
in 37.(1 seconds.
Dennis Sullivan and Bob Cough- ■
lin placed second and third closely
behind the flying heels of Country
New Coach Named at Syracuse
SYRACUSE, N. Y., April G—
(/VP) Floyd B. Schwartzwalder,
head football coach at Muhlenberg
college since 10-tG, today was
named gridiron mentor at Syra
The appointment was announced
by Syracuse Athletic Director
Lewis P. Andreas a little more
than a month after Coach Reaves
(Ribs) Baysinger and his entire
staff of assistants were ousted.
Mills Twirls Webfoots to 11 -4 Victory
In Game Marred by Shoddy Fielding
Each Team Makes
7 Errors as Oregon
Drives out 16 Hits
The Oregon baseball team
rolled to its second victory in as
many days yesterday, unleas
ing a 16-hit barrage to wallop
Pacific university 11-4 on lower
On the darker side of the
picture was the shoddy fielding' dis
play turned in by the Duck dia
monders who committed seven bob
bles during the course of the after
noon. The losers also made seven
SI1) MUXS, portly red-head,
went the first seven innings for the
Webfoots, showing midseason form
as he allowed only three hits, and
two earned runs, to gain for the
win. Hal Zurcher finished on the hill
After jumping into a two-run
lead in the second inning on a single
by Don Kimball, two-bagger by
Don Dibble, and another one-baser
by Mills, the Ducks were never
They added singletons in the
third and fourth innings, five in the
sixth, and one tally in each the
seventh and eighth frames.
HITTING was evenly distributed
DICK BARTLE, long-jointed Duck first sacker, has been one of Don
Kirsch’s biggest threats at the plate in recent spring exhibitions.
Linfield 'Cats Today
for the Kirschmen in the contest,
with eleven players sharing in the
batting spiee. The catching corps
of Gene Rose and Bob Sims garner
ed a pair of blows apiece, and en
couraging sign to the Oregon cause.
A1 Cohen, Zurcher, Kimball, and
Dibble also had two hits each.
Longest hit of the afternoon went
to Les Mullen, Badger shortstop,
who lofted a home run to deep left
field in the fourth inning.
Pacific added a pair of markers in
the seventh, sandwiching in a
walk, hit, and two infield boots
for the scores. The final opponent
tally came in the ninth on a lone hit
and two more bobbles.
OREGON GARNERED a hit in
every inning but the third, and
made good use of seven Pacific er
rors, in a game marked by spotty
support on the part of both teams.
Playing their fourth game in as
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