Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 14, 1949, Page 4, Image 4

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    Duck-OSC Track Dual Today
Form Chart
By Dave Taylor
Predicted final score:
100-yard dash: 1-Henthorne (O);
Z-Bullier (O); 3-Miller (OSC).
Both Bullier and Henthornc are un
der Miller’s best :10.1 time. A pos
sible sweep with Woody Lewis
Teak in a the third. Points: Oregon 8,
CSC 1.
220-yard dash: 1-Henthorne (O)
2-BulIier (O); 3-Cole (OSC). Again
the twin meteors are under Cole’s
best of :22.2. Oregon 8, OSC 1.
440-yard dash: 1-Edmondson (O
80); 2-Leonard (OSC); 3-Country
rirfati (0). Neither team has produc
ed a winner here. Oregon 1, OSC 8.
880-yard run: 1-McClure (O); 2
Boiler (OSC); 8-Leonard (OSC).
McClure's excellent 1:56 race in Se
attle last week gives him nod, but
Ducks have no depth. Oregon 5, O
SC 4.
Mile run: 1-Petterson (OSC); 2
Jf^onard (OSC); 3-Fisher (OSC).
The Ducks chronic weak spot; Bea
vers are unbeaten in this event.
Oregon 0, OSC 9.
'Two-mile: 1-Fullerton (OSC); 2
Flsher (OSC); 3-Petterson (OSC).
Same as mile. Oregon 0, OSC 9.
High hurdles: 1-Doyle (O); 2
Turner (OSC): 8-Reilly (OSC).
Neither team has a winner here
either, but the Ducks almost won
the relay match with some make
shift hurdlers. Oregon 5, OSC 4.
Low hurdles: 1-Cole (OSC); 2
Ubyle (O); 8-Turner (OSC). This
could be another first for Higli
happing Doyle if Cole isn't fully re
covered from his leg injury. Oregon
,1. OSC 6.
High jump: 1-F.lIiot (OSC); 2
Httrber (OSC): S-Kolden (O). El
liot is the top high jumper in the
ND with a 6 foot 3% inch leap al
ready. Oregon 1, OSC 8.
Broad jump: 1-Lewis (O); 2
L'lldlau (OSC); 3-Pickens (O).
This is the test Woodley has been
waiting for. He has 23 ft. 5 in. leap
already to his credit, over a foot
farther than defending ND champ
Laidlaw has done. Oregon 6, OSC 3.
Pole vault: 1-Hasmussen (O); 2
Viekens (O): 3-Hiekok (O). Ed
Hunter, State’s vaulter. hasn't been
over 12 feet in competition yet. Ore
gon 9, OSC 0.
Discus: 1-Kinearson (OSC); 2
Meidenrloh (O): 8-.Viulersou (O).
This is close, but Beaver Hinearson
has better than 5 feet, advantage on
the Duck pair. Oregon 4, OSC 5.
Shot put: 1-Anderson (O): 2
l&ohinson (O); 8-Pax ton (O). The
Ducks won this relay match also,
and have shown definite improve
ment since then. Oregon 9, OSC 0.
Javelin: l-Kobiuson (O); 2-Stelle
(O): 8-Heacock (OSC). ND Spear
King Lou Robinson lias fully recov
ered from his football injury while
Stelle missed a second place last
week by less than a foot. Oregon 8,
OSC 1.
Mile relay: Oregon, if necessary.
Mile Relay May Hold Key,
Victory Predicted for 'O'
For the second straight week the final mile relay event may
well be the decisive one for Bill Bowerman’s Oregon harriers
when they continue their drive for second place in the North Di
vision dual meet standings by clashing with Oregon State on
Hayward Field this afternoon.
Field events get under way at 1:30,
the running events at 2.
ONE REASON why the relay may
become the all-important match is
that the teams don’t have to ad
here to the 22-man squad, which has
made coaches enter only men that
figured to be possible point grab
bers. The meet will probably see
each team with a three-man limit
in every event.
Even if Doc Swan’s charges force
the running of the relay, their
chances of capturing the meet will
remain almost nil. The Duck relay
team, A1 Bullier, Jack Countryman,
Walt McClure, and Davey Hen
thorne, look too powerful for any
thing Swan can muster. The Web
foot outfit already holds one vic
tory over the Beavers, an easy 20
yard margin in the annual relays
run April 9.
Oregon Netters
Tackle Staters
At Corvallis
Both tlife Oregon varsity and
frosh tennis teams will be decided
underdogs in today’s contests with
the Oregon State varsity and
rooks, respectively. The matches
are slated to be played this after
noon on the Beaver courts.
Only last Wednesday the Bea
vers left Eugene after having
racked up a decisive 6-1 triumph
over the Ducks.
TODAY’S results will probably
find the Staters in a repeat win.
Oregon State is expected to start
the same line-up of experienced
lettermen, with Hugh Findlay
spearheading his mates.
He will be followed by Jack Oar
rothers, lies Brigham, Ivan nat
field, ami either Nevln Cope or Bill
Player-Coach Saal Lesser of the
Webfoots will retaliate with an ag
gregation in which he has made
one change since Wednesday.
Bill Williams moves into fifth,
replacing Bob Mensor.
ONE DOUBLES team will com
bine Dave Van Zandt and Bud Car
penter, while the other will be
filled by Lesser and Bob Carey.
The Beavers used Findlay-Carroth
ers and Cope-Hatfield in the pre
vious struggle.
The rook> also boast a potent
outfit, which is undefeated to date.
College of Puget Sound Golfers
Pin Loss on Lemon-and-Green
A.n upstart College of Puget
Sound golf team that apparently
hasn’t been reading the papers of
late pulled an upset victory yester
day in downing Oregon 14to
12'_> at Tacoma.
Sid Milligan’s previously unde
feated Ducks play Washington to
day in Seattle.
Best medal score of the day was
a one-under-par 70 registered by
Oregon’s Dom Provost in best-ball
competition, but it wasn’t enough
to pull him and his teammates
The summary:
Best Ball—Provost-Donohue (O)
2’j, Youngman - Althuser tCPS)
Prince-Eckstrom (O) 2. Barof
ski-Carter (.CPS) 1; Omlid-Seder
slrom (O) 2Andreasen-Fow
ler (CPS) >».
Individual Provost O, Young
man 3; Donohue , Althuser 2>L>;
Prince; 2. Barofski 1; Eckstrom 1,
Carter 2; Omlid 2, Fohver 1; Se
derstrom 0, Andreasen 3.
Webfoots Top Beavers
Midwest Utah Tilts for Quint
10th Inning Hit
By Kovenz Gives
Winning Margin
By Don Fair
The Oregon baseball team
took Friday the 13th, a hitting
slump, and the Oregon State
nine in stride yesterday as the
Ducks posted a 7-6 ten-inning
triumph over the Beavers at
Howe field.
The victory puts the Webfoots
back into a first place deadlock
with WSC in the division flag
chase. The Ducks and Beavers will
do a repeat contest at Corvallis this
JOHNNY Kovenz’s blistering
single over the outstretched glove
of the OSC first baseman, scored
Don Dibble, provided Oregon with
its winning run, in the first extra
inning contest in' the league. The
game took three hours to complete.
After the Beavers had rallied
with two runs in the ninth to knot
the count 6-6, the Kirschmen stak
ed everything in that 10th frame
for the win. Homer Brobst, who re
lieved Mel Krause in the ninth, re
ceived credit for his third decision
against no defeats.
Dibble started the winning rally
by drawing a walk from the third
Aggie pitcher. Left-hander Bob
Stolz. With two strikes on him,
Walt ICirsch laid down a beautiful
sacrifice moving Dibble to second.
NORM HENWOOD, hitting for
Gene Rose, was purposely passed.
Then Chuck Strader, pinch batting
for Brobst, forced Henwood for the
second out of the inning, Dibble
moving to third.
This set the stage for Kovenz’s
game winning blow, as with a one
ball, two strike he golfed a low out
side curve solidly to rightfield for
the tell-tale climax.
The Beavers bunched three hits
for three runs in the fourth stanza
and an early lead, but Oregon
countered with five tallies in its
half of the inning on only two hits.
OREGON anted its lead to 6-3
two frames later.
The Ducks had a fearful after
noon at the plate with only five
hits, but took good advantage of
11 walks and three wild pitches.
OSC catcher Frankie Roelandt
gave a pretty good indication why
he is leading the league with a bet
ter than .550 swat mark. The pow
erful backstop punched three solid
hits in four tries to move far ahead
of the pack in the bat race.
Still in Race
Tanselli, ss .3 10 0 2
Richards, 2b .5 0 0 5 1
Harper, 3b .3 3 114
Roelandt, c .4 0 3 8 1
Christenson, lb -4 1 1 7 0
Mack, If .4 113 0
Snyder, p .2 0 0 0 0
Carpenter, p .1 0 0 0 2
*Taylor ......1 0 0 0 0
Stolz, p .0 0 0 0 0
Gustafson, cf .4 0 14 0
Wegner, rf .5 0 0 1 0
Totals .37 6 7 29 10
*Flied out for Carpenter
. 10th.
Oregon AB R H PO A
Kovenz, If .5 0 2 5 0
Zurcher, cf .5 0 13 0
Cohen, ss . 5 0 0 1 4
Bartle, lb .4 0 0 5 1
Kimball, 3b .3 1110
Dibble, rf .3 2 0 2 0
Kirsch, 2b .3 10 8 4
Rose, c .1 2 0 4 0
*Henwood .0 0 0 0 0
Krause, p .2 1111
Brobst, p .0 0 0 0 0
** Strader .1 0 0 0 0
Totals .32 7 5 30 10 2
^Walked for Rose
** Grounded into force play for
Brobst in 10th.
Runs batted in—Roelandt, Mack
2, Gustafson 2, Kovenz 3, Zurcher,
Krause. Doubles—Gustafson, Har
per, Kovenz, Krause. Stolen bases
—Roelandt, Strader. Double plays
—Oregon 2. LOB—Oregon State
9, Oregon 10. Struck out by—Sny
der 3, Carpenter 1, Stolz 3, Krause
2. Walks off—Snyder 5, Carpenter
3, Stolz 3, Krause 8. Hit by pitcher
—Kirsch (by Snyder), Stolz (by
Brobst). Wild pitches—Snyder 1,
Carpenter 1, Stolz 1. Passed ball,
Rose. Sacrifices—Kirsch, Krause.
Earned runs off—Snyder 4, Car
penter 2, Stolz 1, Krause 5, Brobst
1. Winner—Brobst. Loser—Stolz.
Umpires—Westover and Hanke.
Big Time Sked
Set for Cogers
For Next Seaeon
Oregon’s basketball team will
head into big time basketball
for sure next season. Five
games have been definitely set
by the ’49-’50 cagers with feel
ers still out for other name con
OREGON will open its basket
ball campaign in a fourteam tour- ,
nament December 2 and 3 at Lo
gan, Utah, where the Webfoots
along with Utah State, Utah, and
Southern California will partici
pate. Oregon will likely play the
Aggies the first night, and the Utes
in the following contest.
SECOND big trip planned by the
Ducks will be December 27 when
they trek to Chicago to meet Loy
December 28, Oregon moves to
Madison, Wis., to play in another
four-team tourney along with Wis
consin, Iowa, and Notre Dame.
December 39, the same quartet
will mine to Iowa City for games.
The Ducks are currently seeking
opposition for a game DecembeV
30, while on th,e Mid West tour.
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