Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 25, 1952, Page Six, Image 5

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Ducks Top Idaho, 13-6
By Ernie Baldini
Oregon's hit - happy Ducks
bounced back to gain a tie for
the Northern Division league lead
with a convincing 13-6 victoiy over
Idaho’s Vandals yesterday after
noon at Howe field before 1100
partisan fans. The sultry after
noon brought a total of 10 runs
and 25 hits in the scoring melee.
Oregon was forced to come from
behind a four-run deficit in the
first inning and came through with
flying colors with 11 runs on eight
hits. This initial frame saw a total
of five pitchers toe the slab, two
for Oregon and three for Idaho.
Kill Mays, hefty right-hander,
started the tilt for Oregon and was
replaced, with two men out and
four runs tallied, hy Norm Forbes,
lanky freshman from Victoria,
B. C.
Forbes, hurling from the right
side, displayed an excellent curve,
drop and varied his speed to turn
in a fine pitching chore. He was
just wild enough to be effective,
walking four, striking out six, and
allowing six hits and two runs in
the seven and one-third innings he
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Idaho Coach Chuck Finley used
three pitchers In the first Inning,
all right-handers, and the last of
these, Mel Reynolds, went the dis
tance for the Moscow sluggers.
The first-inning lilt barrage
started with Idaho, when, with two
out, their leading hitter, Bruce
McIntosh, -(.579) drew a walk.
Third baseman George Huffman
followed him with a single Infield,
and scored after McIntosh on a
sharp single to center field by
catcher Jerry Ogle.
Dnve Paulson and Flip Keffner
both doubled, scoring Ogle and
Paulson. Kntcr Norm Forbes, dol
ing the door on Idaho runs until
the third inning, when, again with
two outs, Paulson walked, ad
vanced on Klcffner's single, and
scored on Brown's liner to center.
The fourth canto brought another
tally when the first three batters,
Rail Huffman, brother of George,
if. A. Butler and McIntosh ull
The Il-run splurge in the first
inning by the Ducks was manu
factured on singles by Shaw and
Llvesay and walks to Nelson and
Sugura, ticketing the starting Ida
ho pitcher, Lloyd Schiller, to the
He was quickly followed (to the
showers) by Dewey Good, who ob
ligingly gave up a single to Ron
Bottler, pushing two runs across
the plate, a walk to Averlll, and
a base to Settecasc on a pitch to
the small of the back, followed by
a solid single to Nick Rchnier and
a similar one to Norm Forbes.
Sophomore Mel Reynolds re
'placcd Good and Mel was an early
victim of two well-placed bunts,
one by George Shaw and one by
l.lvesay, both reaching first credit
ed with hits. Forbes scored on a
deep drive to left by Daryle Nel
son, after tagging up, and Sbau
and l.lvesay both scored on Su
gtira's single to left.
Livesay scored the eleventh and
final tun of the inning on a tag
up from Bottler's deep fly to left,
and Averill finally ended the blast
ing with a deep fly to center, al
lowing Reynolds to escape unhurt.
The inning lasted 38 minutes in all,
and, with the exception of only
4 runs, proved to be the big run
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Saturday will be the big day for
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Ducks making the long trip to
Corvallis for their Northern Di
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Oregon scored again In the third
when Llvesay doubled, advanced to
third on a wdd pitch, and scored
on Kugura's fly to center, Oregon
picked up their final digit In tho
lust frame on Norv Ritchey's walk,
stolen base, and single by Averill.
Fireman Stan Aune, tall senior
from Springfield, relieved Forbes
In the last inning and set the
Vandals down 1-2-3, giving Forbes
the victory and Oregon Its tie for
the league lead.
Power wuk displayed nt tho
plate for Oregon yesterday, tho
leading hitters being center fielder
Jim Llvesay, with four hits In five
times at bat, two of those doubles,
Schmer with two hits In three at
tempts, and Norm Forbes and
George Shaw, each with two hits
in four tries. Ron Bottler and Joo
Sugnra each drove In three runs,
leading that department, while
Dave Paulson drove In two runs
for the losers. Kleffner and Brown
each belted the trail for two hits, _
while McIntosh and Brown were
j the standout defensive players for
! Idaho.
The Ducks meet Portland U.
Saturday nt Portland, then return
to ND action Monday and Tuesday
against Washington at Eugene.
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Idaho 101 100 000 6 10 2
Oregon . 1101 000 001 13 15 2
Idaho: Schiller, Good fir, Reyn
olds < 1 >, and Ogle.
Oregon: Mays (1), Forbes, Aune
| (9r, Bottler, and Ritchey (9r.
JV's to Face Beavers
The University of Oregon junior
varsity baseball club will face
Medford high school today, and
tomorrow they will tangle with
the Oregon State college JVs. Both
games will be played on the Duck
ling Held starting at 3:00 p.m,
on the respective dates.
Golfers Open to ND Play
The University of Oregon’s golf
team goes into their first round
of conference play Saturday
against the Oregon State Beavers
at the Corvallis Country Club. The
two teams will hold eighteen holes
of individual play in the morning
and eighteen holes best ball play
In the afternoon.
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