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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1951)
Duck Pigskin Aces
** By B1H Gurney
Ml hign school seniors are in
vited to an intersquad scrimmage of
the Oregon Duck football team at
2 p.m. Saturday on Hayward
Field. Coach Jim Aiken has divid
e his squad into two teams, the
G-eens and the Whites.
The visiting seniors will see the
potent passing combination of
Q larterback Hal Dunham and End
Monte Brethauer in action, as well
a- such Halfbacks as Don Sloan.
Tommy Edwards, Tom Novikoff.
and big fullback Ron Lyman.
The Oregon team has fourteen
s: ring workouts left out of the
conference limit of thirty. Aiken
named as his starting lineups for
the kickoff at 2 p.m. Saturday the
Whites: Left End. Monte Bre
thauer: Left Tackle. Mike Sikorra:
Left Guard, F-mmett Williams;
Center. Dick Patrick: Right Guard,
Howard Allman: Right Tackle, Bill
Bites: Right End, Wayne John
son: Quarterback. Hal Dunham:
Left Half. Tom Novikoff: Right
Half, Don Sloan: Fullback, Ron
Greens: Left End, Ken Sweitzer;
Left Tackle. Jerry Moshofskv; Left
G lard. Mike Popovich; Center. Max
Kendig: Right Guard, Harry Mon
del: Right Tackle. Jerry Shaw;
P.ight Er.u, Leroy Campbell: Quar
terback, Norm Fenton; Left Half,
Bob Easter; Right Half. Cecil
Hodges: Fullback, Ray Karnofski.
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PAUL D, GREEN
The Oregon Duck baseball squad
suffered its fourth loss in eight
starts Sunday afternoon by drop
ping an 18-8 non-conference de
cision to the undefeated Oregon
The Beavers pounced upon three
Duck hurlers for 15 hits in eight
innings. While winning their ninth
consecutive victory, they collected
17 runs during their last three
appearances at the plate.
The Ducks will meet the Willa
mette Bearcats this afternoon at
Salem and the Portland Pilots
Saturday on Howe Field.
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Visiting high school seniors and !
University students will dance to'
the music of Dick Dorr and his
orchestra at the mixer to be held
from 10 p.m. to 12 midnight Sat
urday in the Student Union Ball
room after the Vodvil show.
“Spring Fever" will be the theme
of the mixer honoring high school
seniors visiting the campus for
“Duck Preview." The dance theme
wil be carried out in the decora
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ACROSS 13th FROM CARSON
The frosh baseball squad lias ]
been hard at work the first four
nights of this week in preparation
for Saturday's clash with the Ore
gon College of Education varsity
Coach Hal Zurcher has held two
intei squad scrimmages this week,
and plans to meet the varsity re
solves Friday night. A sliding drill
was a feature of Thursday’s work
A promising shortstop, Lee Jack
son from Washington High, was
lost to the frosh for several weeks
at least when he underwent an
appendectomy early this week.
Zurcher said the OCE tilt would
serve to give his men another taste
of game competition before they
meet the OSC Hooks. He named a
tentative starting lineup:
Catcher. Don Hedgepeth: Pitch
ers. Bill Bottler. Don Delaney,
i Gene Lewis: First base. Bob Brit
tain: Second base, Dick Stearns:
Third base, Dick Kesson or Chuck
Stolsig; Shortstop, Vince Tadei;
Left field. Hon Phillips: Right
field. Don Seigmund; Center field.
To See Action
The Oregon tennis team, winner
in only two of five matches this
season. Will go into action three
tinn-s this weekend in non-confer
They'll face Willamette today.
Oregon State Saturday, and the
Oregon Faculty All Stars Sunday.
Only the latter match will be held
at the Oregon courts.
The Webfoots have already per
formed against two of these oppon
ents. Oregon State trounced them
early in the season and Oregon
whipped Willamette last Tuesday.
Coach Cameron Thom is expected ;
to rely heavily on Tom Macdonald.
Neil George. Dan Cudahy. Don
Neraas. and Bob Friend, but the un
official nature of the matches may
cause him to experiment with a
few of his untested netters.
Jack Byers Leads
Jack Byers, Sigma Nu, led the
Alpha Phi Omega-World Student
Service Fund Ugly Man contest
with Thursday’s tabulations. Jane
Simpson, WSSF drive treasurer an
The other five finalists listed ac
cording to rank in the contest were
Tom Barry, Jim Loscutoff, Gordon
Howard, Bob Peterson and Jack
Faust. Money may be contributed
in the names of these finalists for
the WSSF drive until 12 noon Sat
A total of $96.55 was collected
(through campus solicitations I
: Thursday bringing the solicitations [
total to $795.77. Proceeds from the
WSSF “Friday the Thirteenth” |
auction which will be held at 4 p.m. j
today at Taylors corner, and the
All-campus Vodvil show Saturday
night, will go to the WSSF drive.
Endorsement of the box contain
ing “The Thing” was made by |
personal letter to APO from Phil,
Harris, Hollywood singer and band
leader, who popularized the song i
with the same name.
“The Thing” is on display in the
SU soda bar and will remain there
until Saturday night when it will
be presented to the winner of the
Ugly Man contest at the Vodvil
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To Face Huskies
Twenty-two Oregon track men
leave by plane ut 8:30 u.m. tomor
row for Seattle to meet the Uni
versity of Washington Huskies In
the season's first Northern divi
sion dual meet.
Webfoot Cinder Coach BUI Bow
erraan will return his squad to Ku
gene by 8 p.m. tomorrow, leaving!
Seattle directly after the meet.
Bowerman expressed conserva- \
tive optimism about the meet to-1
morrow. "We'll need top perform
ances to win." he said. "If we do
win. it will be close, hut there Is
a (('finite chance that we will. If
.everyone chokes up, we could lose
".iut we’re going up there to
win," he emphasized.
The Duck menotr briefed his
squad yesterday on which events
each man will participate in. Tak
ing only 22 men leaves the pos
sibility that some possible point
winners will stay home, but divi
sion rules call for a maximum of 22
Competing against Washington
tomorrow in the Husky stadium
wil be these men, by events:
110-yard da.sli Mitch Cleary,
Jack Smith and Jerry Mock.
220 Cleary and Mock.
■110-yard dash A1 Bullier, Jack
Countryman, Elvin Riddle.
| 880-yard run Walt McClure,
and Dick Lofthus. Miler Jack Hut
chins may run In this taco, Bower
Mile— Hutchins and Fred Turn
Two-mile Art Backlund ami
Turner may run this race as well
as the mile.
High-hurdles Larry Blunt, who
has shown considerable Improve- j
ment this week by clocking the ’
full hurdle course at 15 seconds.
Low hurdles Dennis Sullivan
High Jump Smith again. All
told the versatile Smith will com
pete in four events.
Broad Jump Don McClure and
Pole vault Jim Jolly and Ed Rob-!
inson will carry Oregon colors at
least 12 feet .which height they
cleared this week in trials.
Discus Bob Anderson, Herb
Nill and Chet Noe.
Shot put Noe, Bob Craig and i
Javelin Chuck Missfeldt, who i
has been tossing the spear over 200
feet this week, Karl Stelle and Noe. |
Band to Make 2-day Tour
The University Band will go on a !
two-day tour, giving five concerts
in all, Monday and Tuesday.
The trip will include concerts at
Mapleton, Florence and Newport
the first day. The band will stay
over at Newport, and present con
certs at Willamina and Monmouth
Tuesday returning late to the cam
By Doric Wrlglif
Sigma Alpha Kpitilon and Beta
Theta I’i fought, to a 6-6 tic to
feature intramural softball action
Beta C'httckcr llarlrfh Mickey
went into the fourth and final inn
ing with a no-hit game hut a bril
liant rally by SAE netted them six
runs and a deadlocked ballgame.
Spearheading the belated rally was
a long triple by Pat Dlgnan. Hal
Webb and Vincent both hit doubles
for Beta Theta Pi.
Adolph lilts Triple
Phi Gamma Delta beat West
minster -1-2 behind the four hit
pitching of Tom Lekas. AI Adolph
contributed to the winning cause in
the first inning when he smashed
a triple to left field With the bases
The Doga I Eagles downed Phi
Kappa Higniu 14-5. Bill Tussock
and Bob Hill cashed in with home
runs for the winners. Anthony also
came through with a four master
for Phi Kappa Sigma.
Sigma Alpha Mu defeated Kaptt
pa Sigma JO-8. This contest was a
parade of extra-base hits. Heading
the parade was a circuit wallop by
Kappa Sig Chet Noe which landed
on top of the Hayward field stands.
Merle Davis and A1 Barzman
smashed four-baggers for Sigma
Phi Delta Theta downed Alpha
Tati Omega 8-1. Boh Ward of ATO
got the only extra base hit of the
days with a double in the third
inning. Batteries were "Taggesell
and Urban for the Phi Delta und
Ward and Lasker for ATO.
Behind the steady pitching of
Gene Beck, Chcrney edged Phi
Kappa Pai 6-5.
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