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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1950)
Ducks Divide Utah Openers;
Meet Bruins Here on Friday
Three games are on tap this week
for Oregon's Webfoot cagers who
skimmed Utah State 66-04 in. Salt
Uake City Saturday night. The win
gave the Ducks a split in their 1950
reason openers as it came on the
heels of Friday night’s 59-39 loss to
University of Utah.
Coach John Warren's five will
make their McArthur Court debut
(this Friday and Saturday when
they en-tertain the defending Pa
cific Coast Conference champion
•UCLA Bruins in a two game set.
'Tomorrow the Ducks journey to
Portland to meet the Portland Uni
versity Pilots at the Ice Arena.
Crowd In Uproar
Against Utah State, the Ducks
■Tan up an early lead and then spent
the rest of the night fighting off
Parmer attempts to take it away.
The 4500 home fans turned the Ute
Pield House into a bedlam as the
Farmers erased all but two points
of the 65-50 lead Oregon held with
five minutes left.
The Ducks put together free
throw accuracy, backboard con
trol, a smoothly functioning fast
break, and a .358 shooting aver
age for their win. Forward Will
Urban paced the Webfoots with
19 points but Uadell Anderson of
the losers carried off hbnors for
the evening with 26.
Center Jim Loscutoff and Guard
.Tack Keller followed Urban with
16 and 14 respectively. Loscutoff
and Forward Curt Barclay were the
big factors in Oregon's backboard
It was accuracy from the free
throw line that spelled victory for
the Ducks as they hit on 20 out of
26 while the Farmers connected on
14 out of 23. Utah State outscored
Oregon from the floor 50-46 .
In Friday night’s opener, the
Webfoots stayed close until five
minutes into the second half when
Utah led 32-27. At that point Ore
gon went on a prolonged drought
while the Redskins ran the count
to 47-28 with three minutes ieit.
Barclay, playing his first var
sity game, was Oregon’s top scor
er with 13 points. He was also the
only Webfoot to hit double fig
ures as Urban followed with 9.
Forward Glen Smith garnered 24
In their home oponer, the Ducks
will be up against a Bruin squad
which includes six lettermen from
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Rams Dump Packers
Sparked by the passing of Bob
Waterfield and Norm Van Brock
lin, the Los Angeles Rams romped
to a 51-14 win over the Green Bay
Packers yesterday, assuring them
selves of at least a tie for the Na
tional Football League National
last season’s championship quintet.
Sparkplug of Coach John Wooden’s
quintet is quard and captain Eddie
Sheldrake, a 5 foot 9 inch ball of
fire. Sheldrake was second high
man in UCLA scoring last year
with 282 points in 31 games.
Noe May ttetum
In the Portland engagement to
morrow night, the Ducks hope to
have Chet Noe, 6 foot 7 inch cen
ter, hack in action. A frosh sensa
tion last season, Noe was declared
ineligible for the Utah trip because
of scholastic deficiencies.
The Oregon frosh will open their
season tomorrow when they meet
the Portland frosh in a preliminary
to the Duck-Pilot tilt. Coach Don
Kirsch’s Ducklings will meet the
Linfield frosh and Oregon College
of Education in preliminaries to the
UCLA games. Prelim starting time
will be 6:15.
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