Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 09, 1950, Page 4, Image 4

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    Ducks Win First;
Vandals Next Foe
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Montana opened the scoring early in the second period as right
halfback Bob Byrne plunged over from the one to wind up a 61
yard march. Kingsford, a one man gang who was in the \\ eb
foots’ hair all afternoon, accounted for 42 of the yards on passes
and picked up 6 more on the ground. Don Gerlinger added the
extra point from placement.
The Webfoots, aroused as they
saw’defeat staring them in the face
for the third straight Saturday,
roared back to knot the count in
just three plays after end Monte
Brethauer returned the kickoff to
the Oregon 43. Hal Cuffel went
through the middle for three yards,
Hal Dunham was trapped for an
eight yard loss while attempting to
pass, and then Stelle unleashed a
perfect strike to Carey who had
gotten behind two Montana de
fenders on the Grizzlies’ 45.
Once under way, the Ducks wast
ed little time in taking the lead.
After an exchange of punts put the
ball on the Montana 38 as a result
of a 20 yard runback by Stelle,
Carey rambled for 13 yards in two
plays to the 25. Two passes were
incomplete and a completion from
Jim Calderwood to Cuffel lost four
to set up Stelle’s fourth down pass
to end Jake Williams, who took the
ball in the end zone after it had
been deflected into the air off the
hands of a Montana defender.
Oregon’s last score came in the
third period after a drive of 53
yards. Carey engineered the march
as he lugged the ball four times
for a gain of 36 yards. Chuck Miss
feldt capped the drive with a seven
yard plunge off tackle into pay dirt.
Oregon's last scoring threat went
awry when guard Chet Daniels, who
converted after all throe touch
downs, narrowly missed a field goal
attempt from the 25 yard line.
Montana rolled for the game’s
last score in the waning moments
of tire third quarter after guard
Gordon Stewart recovered Calder
wood’s fumble on the Oregon 28.
.A pair of passes by Kingsford put
the ball on the 18, from which point
lie personally escorted it into the
end zone after being unable to find
a receiver on another pass play.
The Ducks will start prepara
tions today for this Saturday’s
game against the high-scoring Ida
ho Vandals which will be played at
Close Scores
Mark IM Tilts
Sherry Ross Hall nipped Phi Sig
ma Kappa by the thin margin of
one-half yard Friday in what will
probably go down as the tightest
game of the 1950 intramural sea
The game ended in a scoreless tie
with first downs knotted at two
each. The ball was then placed on
the 50 yard line, from which spot
each side had four downs, the team
with most yardage to be the win
ner. Sherry Ross tried first, losing
three and a half yards, but won
when the Phi Sigs lost four.
In another tight cattle, Kappa
Sigma beat Sigma Alpha Mu 13-6
on a pair of touchdown passes from
A1 Neish to Chet Noe. Jerry Barde
raced 65 yards for the Sammies lone
score. Pi Kappa Alpha nosed out
Lambda Chi Alpha by the same
Phi Kappa Psi staged a track
meet in downing Yeomen 43-0 while
Reta Theta Pi ground out a 34-0 vic
ory over Campbell Club.
Three games were awarded on
forfeits, Alpha Tau Omega winning
over Hunter Hall, Stan Ray over
French Hall, and Phi Kappa Sigma
over Alpha Hall.
PCC Standings
W L T Pet.
Stanford .
California .
Washington .
Wash. State .
Oregon State ....
Oregon .
Idaho .
1 0 0 1.000
1 0 0 1.000
1 0 0 1.000
2 10 .667
0 0 1 .000
0 11 .000
0 1 0 .000
0 2 0 .000
0 0 0 .000
Washington, Cal, Stanford Win
To Stay in Rose Bowl Chase
By Associated Press
The Pacific Coast’s foremost Rose Bowl contenders, Stanford,
Washington, and California, survived as anticipated over the
weekend, hut the Monday morning autopsy looks somewhat
Stanford, still untested against grade-A opposition, knocked
off Oregon State Saturday, 21-0. The score seems conv incing
enough. But the Indians did the job via the air. Their running
attack was conspicuously absent.
Oregon State outgair.od Stanford,
27S yards to 2G3 and booted the
game with nine fumbles.
Washington shaded UCLA, 21-20,
in a game that could have gone
either way and almost did. The
Huskies beat off UCLA's ground
thrusts at their goal, but had con
siderable trouble with the Bruin
passing attack.
California overpowered Pennsyl
vania, 14-7, in the only major inter
sectional contest. But if Coach Pap
py Waldorf has a passer under
wraps at Berkeley, he certainly
didn't expose the guy against Penn.
The Golden Bears tried 11 passes,
completed only one. Johnny Olzew
nki, a sophomore, and Jim Mona
chino were the power in the Cali
fornia steamroller, between them
toey passed 273 yards.
What does all this portend? Only
that the Pacific Coast conference
lias yet to display a triple threat
squad comparable to the stuff the
midwest turns out. It could also
mean that no team will conic
through the season unscathed.
Then there's the USC Trojan's
and that 20-20 affair against Wash
ington State. Outplayed for three
quarters, the Trojans somehow pul
led themselves up by the bootstraps
in the final period to escape with a
tie. Thus the Washington State
hoodoo remains in force; USC has
yet to win at Pullman.
The Trojans collide with Califor
nia this Saturday at Los Angeles in
the top conference game of the
week. The Golden Bears will take
the field as the solid ravorite in that
one, but USC Coach Jeff Cravath
has been known to pull aces out of
his sleeve before.
Frosh To Vie
With Subs
In Drill Today
By Phil Johnson
Coach Jim Aiken hopes that he
will discover another Bob Carey
when his Oregon varsity reserves
scrimmage against Bill Bower
man’s Frosh eleven at 4:45 this
Carey was sensational in last
Monday’s Frosh-Varsity reserves
scrimmage as he scored all three
of the Varsity touchdowns. As a
result, he started at right half for
Oregon in the Montana game,
hauled in a pass and ran 45 yards
to score, and contributed to the
other two Duck touchdown drives.
Backfield starters for the Var
sity in the 45-minute scrimmage
will be Hal Dunham, quarter
back; Don Sloan, left half;
Emile Holoman, right half; and
Carl Ervin or Ron Lyman at
fullback. The Varsity line will
include Left End Dick Salter,
Left Tackle Len Diederichs,
Left Guard Del Clemens, Cent
er John Adams, Right Guard
Gerry Moshofsky, Right Tackle
Jerry Shaw, and Right End
Sam Nicolopulos.
The Frosh will alternate two
teams in the scrimmage. One
squad will consist of Barney Hol
land, quarterback; Jack Morris,
left half; Bobby Marra, right half;
Howard Hostetler, fullback; Don
Hedgepeth, left end; Terry Pick
nell, left tackle; Howard Allman,
left guard; Dave Lowe, center;
Jack Southworth, right guard;
Darold Farr, right tackle; and
Frank Krause, right end.
The other Duckling lineup will
feature John Spreen or John Davis
at quarterback; Don Gunnell, left
half; Cece Hodges, right half; Bob
Krasneski, fullback; Ed Taylor,
left end; Rex Winters, left tackle;
Dewey Sceales, left guard; Max
Kendig, center; Roger Webster,
right guard; Mutphy Grzeszkie
wicz, right tackle; and Gerald
Cach or Ted Anderson at right
The date of the scheduled Frosli
battle with the Willamette Uni
versity Jayvees has been changed
from next Saturday, October 14,
to the previous day, October 13.
3:50 IM Field—Nestor vs
Field I—Pi K Phi vs. Sigma
Field 3—Philadelphia
House vs. Sherry Ross
Field 3—Delts vs. Phi Kaps
4:45 IM Field—Minturn vs.
Field 1— DUs vs. Stan Ray
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Pictured above is Diels Daugherty, stellar Webfoot end who is hav
ing a great season at end for Jim Aiken’s eleven. Teaming up on
the right side of the line with tackle Bob Anderson and guard Ray
Lung, Daugherty helped to break open the holes in Montana’s de
fense through which Oregon backs rambled for long gains. This is
Daugherty’s second season as a regular, but his first with the offen
sive platoon.
Gaels Drubbed
Gaels, who pulled a major surprise
by holding Georgia to a 7-7 tie 10
days ago, were soundly thrashed
by Loyola University today, 48 to 0,
marking the first Loyola win over
the Gaels in evelen tries.
Starts Monday, Oct. 9th
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