Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 02, 1950, Page 4, Image 4

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    Ducks Bow as Bears
Set Victory Record
By Sam Fidman
A green band of Oregon \\ ebfoots contributed to a new
Pacific Coast Conference record Saturday afternoon at Portland,
where they were party of the second part to the University of
Cailofrnia’s 28-7 triumph. It was California’s 18th consecutive
conference win, thus establishing a record that none of the fabu
lous coast teams of the past was able to accomplish. _
The ltears were far from being a polished machine, and un
loss “Pappy” Waldorf can ripen his
crop considerably, the Golden Cal»
ifornians that trotted onto the
Multnomah Stadium turf Saturday
do not comprise the team that will
trot into the Rose Bowl come Janu
ary.
Montana Next
1 Oregon's Jim Aiken is less con
cerned with Rose Bowl trotters of
this January than he is with the
Montana contingent that invades
Eugene Saturday. Any light regard
ing of the Grizzlies was squelched
when they defeated what has been
called Dixie Howell’s best Idaho
team.
The opening* minutes of the ore
gon-California clash were little
short ot' stunning. The Bears, fav
ored in some circles by ns much as
five touchdowns, were pus he d
j) round the field like so much may
onnaise in a salad.
The Bears were plastered in their
first series of offensive plays, and
then Oregon started a sustained
drive downfield that made tire 27,
8t9 fans, as well as the Bears,
forget about any new reconis.
Brelhauer Scores
That was really Oregon’s mo
ment in the game, even more so
than the Webfoots’ first touch
down of the current season 1 he
Bears already had a three TD bulge
ihy the time Monte Brothauer
pounced on Tommy Edwards fum
ble in the Cal end zone.
Even though that opening Duck
drive failed to produce a score, it
wasn’t until California’s first tally
tiiat the fans could sense the air
being let out of Oregon’s balloon.
The ease with which Cal quarter
hack Dick Lee flipped a 22 yard
touchdown pass to Hoy Ward after
m untimely Webfoot bobble, pretty
volt burst the bubble that Oregon
f ms had constructed. Two minutes
nnd thirty seconds later, seven
more points by Cal, again as the
result of an Oregon fumble, ended
the Ducks’ most glorious moment.
Hard-running b acks like Jim
Monachino, Pete Schabarum, John
Olszewski, and John Pappa provid
ed the glitter in the Golden Bear.
The play of Bob Anderson, Broth
;u:er, Edwards, and Dick Daugher
ty were significant enough to keep
alive hopes for continued Oregon
improvement.
Baugh Injured
Washington, !.T> Slingin’ Sam
my Baugh, ace paser of the Wash
ington Redskins, and Bobby Gage,
.speedy Pittsburgh Stelers hall car- I
j or, both suffered injuries today
io the football game between the
two teams, which the Steelers won.
Baugh suffered an injury to his!
t mowing arm late in the game
when he was hit hard by several,
ffeelers while trying to pass. The
e dent of the injury will not be de-j
termined until X-rays are taken. f
Initial Test
For Frosh
Looms Soon
By Phil Johnson
Coach Bill Bowerman's Univer
sity of Oregon Frosh gridders will
open their third week of practice
this afternoon as they continue pre
parations for their season’s opener
with the Willamette University
Jayvees at Eugene on Saturday,
October 14.
The Yearlings concentrated up
on fundamentals during their ini
tial two weeks of practice as Back
field Coach Buzz Jackson and Line
Coach Dale Daugherty directed
their efforts.
Few injuries have been suffered
by the Frosh, and the only major
casualty, All-State Center Dave
Lowe, is recovering froin his ankle
injury and probably will return to
action today.
Marshfield's Barney Holland, a
Portland Shrine game veteran,
and John Spreen of Albany have
handled the quarterbacking chores
for the Frosh during recent scrim
mages, although John Davis from
Elkhart, Indiana,. may see some
action in that spot this afternoon.
The Ducklings appear potent in
the halfback positions, with Left
Half Joe Maria from Shinston,
West Virginia, and Right Half Ho
ward Hostetler, another Elkhart,
Indiana, boy, performing excellent
ly in last week’s scrimmages.
Coach Bowerman plans to have
his first eleven men play on both
offense and defense. If his second
team is substituted as a single unit,
the mass substitutions will prob
ably take place at the end of each
quarter.
Van Brocklin Stars
Norm Van Brocklin, Oregon
passing great of two seasons ago,
engineered the first two touch
downs of the afternoon for the Los
Angeles Rams as they downed the
San Francisco Forty-Niners yes
terday. The former Duck ace re
placed Bob Waterfield after the lat
ter was slightly injured on the
game’s opening kickoff.
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IM Schedule
TODAY’S IM SCHEDULE
3:50 IM Field—Sig Eps vs. Cherney
* Field 1—Pi K Phi vs. Legal
Eagles
Field 2—Sigma vs. Sigma Nu
Field 3—Phils vs. Phi Sigs
4:45 IM Field—Tekes vs. Sherry
Ross
Field 1—Delts vs. Alpha
Field 2—Hunter vs. Phi Kaps
Field 3—Minturn vs. Phi l’sis
Phillies Capture
N.L. Pennant
New York, <fP)—Saved from a
possible playoff against the Brook
lyn Dodgers by Dick Sisler’s dra
matic three-run homer in the 10th
inning, Manager Eddie Sawyer s
Philadelphia Phillies gained the
right in the final hour of the race
to meet the New York Yankees,
kings of the American League, in
the World Series opening Wednes
day at Philadelphia.
Robin Roberts of the Phils and
Don Newcombe of the Dodgers had
been locked in a tight pitching
duel for nearly two and a half hours
when Sisler decided the issue with
his 13th four-bagger of the year.
Roberts set the stage for his own
triumph when he opened the 10th
with a single. Eddie Waitkus fol
lowed with a pop single into cent
er, and then Richie Ashburn forc
ed Roberts at third. That was the
situation when Sisler smashed a
Newcombe fast ball into the
stands.
Huskies Draw
New Respect
In Gopher Win
By Associated Press
Despite a painful assortment of
lumps and bruises, the University
o f Washington’s football team
probably feels as if it can lick any
body today, and maybe it can.
Anyway, the word is out in the
Pacific Coast Conference: watch
out for the Huskies!
Washington, long accustomed to
annual drubbings from the Univer
sity of Minnesota, pulled one of
the week's prize upsets Saturday
by knocking off the ponderous
Gophers, 28-13.
The Huskies thus established
themselves as something more
than a darkliorse contender for
Rose Bowl honors and prevented
West Coast prestige, what there is
left of it, from being totally sullied
in an otherwise disastrous week
end.
The flood started Friday when
another big ten invader, Iowa, un
horsed the USC Trojans, 20-14. It
got worse Saturday when Kice
crushed Santa Clara, 27-7, and
when little College of the Pacific
lost its first game in 17 starts, a
19-0 decision to Louisiana State.
Only the Huskies were left to plug
the dike. And they plugged it
against a behemoth line which out
weighed them 20 pounds to the
man.
California, evidently holding its
fire for bigger games, coasted
through Oregon, 28-7. The Golden
Bears tie into something more
substantial this Saturday, though.
They’ll host Pennsylvania,
y Other games find Stanford at
Oregon State, Southern California
at Washington State and Montana
at Oregon. Idaho, which succumbed
to Montana Saturday in a 28-27
hair-raiser, invades Texas West
1 ern.
But the big one is the UCLA
Washington battle. The Huskies
win over Minnesota may have bol
! stered team morale to a point of
invinibility; or it may have finish
ed them for the season, a band of
| hopeless cripples. Sanders and his
Bruins should provide the answer.
Important Games Ahead
As IMs Enter Second Week
Intramural football moves into its second week of play this
afternoon with four of last week’s opening round victors out to
make it two in a row. Sigma Nil, Tail Ivappa Epsilon, Hunter ha
and Minturn hall all will be out for second round wins against op
position still seeking' to break into the win column.
Sigma Nu, fresh from its 7-6 squeeker over Sigma Clu, is
expected to fatten its average at the expense of the Sigma hall
crew, which didn t show tor tneu
game last week against the Legal
Eagles.
Tekes Meet Phi Delts
Tau Kappa Epsilon, holder of a
14-0 decision over Phi Sigma Kap
pa, will unlimber its nig guns again
in an effort to halt Sherry Ross,
loser in its opener by a 20-0 count
to Phi Delta Theta.
The Hunter hall team will at
tempt to annex a victory from Phi
Kappa Sigma to go along with its
win over Alpha hall. The Phi Kaps
were trounced 40-0 in their opener
against Alpha Tau Omega while
Hunter was edging Alpha by the
thin margin of one first down in its
first start.
Minturn, Phi Psi Vie
The only other undefeated team
playing today is Minturn, which
scored a convincing 34-0 win over
Sigma Alpha .Mu in its opener.
Minturn goes against Phi Kappa Psi
loser to Kappa Sigma 12-2.
Elsewhere in the league, action
will be confined to tearps still look
ing for win number one as Sigma
Phi Epsilon meets Cherney, Pi
Kappa Phi engages the Legal
Eagles, Philadelphia House meets
Phi Sigma Kappa, and Delta Tau
Delta vies with Alpha hall.
Most convincing wins turned in
by one team during the opening
week were a pair registered by
ATO. They warmed up with a 26-0
romp over the Delts and came
back with the 40-0 whitewashing
of the Phi Kaps.
Eight game schedules will pre
vail daily throughout this week un
til Friday when the slate is redw#r
ed to six contests. *
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