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COLLEGE VOCALISTS ENTER
The Eugene Octette, composed
mainly of University songsters, mach
its first public appearance at the K
C. minstrels last night, and according
to press reports, made a decided hit
Several glee club men were in the
lineup and some local singers of note
completed the eight.
Spurred on by their success, they
are now contemplating a short inland
tour, but have made no definite plans
yet. The personnel of the club is:
First tenor, Dobie, Fariss second
tenor, Morton, Rolfe; first bass, Bar
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“HAL" BEAN RECOVERING
“Hal” Bean has had the great mis
fortune of an extremely serious at
tack of appendicitis from which,
however, he is now rapidly recover
ing. The attack came suddenly
Tuesday evening, and he was re
moved to the General Hospital Wed
nesday, where he was operated on
Upon operating the doctors found
his condition to be extremely precari
ous, but the operation was com
pletely successful and Hal is now re
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AUTHORITIES PICK TEAM
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of his ability to go in harder and
stand more roughing.
For forwards Roberts and Rader
are in a class by themselves. Roberts
was able to show up to the best ad
vantage because he played in more
games than Rader.
Jamison—Bradshaw clearly holds
the palm as choice for center.
Roberts and Rader are the choice
for forwards. Stine is a good man
for this position, but Rader passes
better and plays the floor just as well.
For guards I would pick McAllen
and Boylen, because they not only
play their man, but have the ball as
much as the forwards. Reynolds is
a good man, but he can't shoot bas
kets. Viereck did not have the op
portunity to show class, as did some
of the other most likely candidates.
Mason Roberts—At center there is
little doubt that Bradshaw is the best
man in the running, strong and fast,
above the average in basket shooting
ability and has had the jump on every
opposing center he faced this season.
Still, McDaniels and Service also
put up strong games, but hardly
measured up to Bradshaw’s stand
Cady Roberts and Don Rader are
generally conceded to be the logical
pair to fill the forward positions.
Both men are fast, and aggressive.
Rader is an exceptionally good drib
ler and plays the floor well. Stine
and Rice, Watson and Cobb, deserve
more than passing mention, but either
lacked the shooting ability or the
happy faculty of getting away from
their guards that characterized the
play of Rader and Roberts. Stine
proved to be a wizard at shooting
The crop of guards is large. Rey
nolds, Boylen, Briedwell, Early, Vier
eck, and Parsons, played brilliant
ball. Boylen is given first call be
cause he is a good dribbler, a fair
shot and plays the floor better than
any man in the league. Early is
given the other position. He is fast
enough to follow any of the forwards,
powerful enough to handle them, and
an adept at breaking up dribbles.
Reynolds and Briedwell run them a
I close second.
Dean Walker—At center Bradshaw
has things all his own way. Had
Service of the Tawahs played all year
as he did in the Beta game, he would
have been a strong contender for the
The forwards are Rader and McAl
len. McAllen, who played guard all
year, is really a forward and is placed
on the team because of his ability to
go out and get the ball, and his great
floor speed. With Rader’s speed and
ability to score points, the above com
bination would cause their opposing
guards several busy moments. Rob
THETAS WIN FROM TBI
DELIAS RV BIG SCORE
Victors Chalk Up 26 to 3 Tally in
Second Match of Sorority
Standing of Teams.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Gamma Delta Gamma.. 1
Kappa Alpha Theta. 1
Oregon Club . 1
Delta Delta Delta . 0
Beth Rhea . 0
Lambda Rho . 0
Kappa Alpha Theta won the second
game in the Inter-Sorority series,
Wednesday afternoon, against the Tri
Delta six by a score of 23 to 6. Much
interest was shown in the game by
the ’Varsity girls, and although one
sided, it was a good, hard-fought
game. Dr. Stewart and Miss Thomp
The Theta line-up was as follows:
Forwards, Hazel Rader (captain),
Francis Adams; guards, Bess Cow
den, Elsie Bain; centers, Eleanor Mc
Clain, Gertrude Taylor.
The Tri Delta line-up was: For
wards, Gretchen Sherwood, Ruth Gib
son; guards, Bess Lewis (captain);
centers, Emma Waterman, Jennie
Fry, Ethel Risley.
There is some talk at present of
picking an “all star” varsity team
from the players of the six teams in
the series and arranging a post-series
game for them with the faculty team
which will be composed of Dr. Stew
art, Miss Thompson, Miss Morgan,
Miss Perkins, Marion Stowe, Zell
Hair. It is also likely that the fac
ulty will be petitioned to allow this
’Varsity team to secure games with
the girl’s team of some of the nearby
schools and colleges.
******* * * *
* Members of the University *
* Canoe Club, and all others inter- *
* ested in canoing, are urged to at- *
* tend a meeting in Dr. Schmidt’s *
* room at 4 P. M. Tuesday. Im- *
* portant business will be trans- *
* acted, and President Campbell *
* will be present to speak on the *
* need for such an organization, *
* and the results it may hope to *
* accomplish. *
The acting edition of “She Stoops
to Conquer” has been received at the
University book store and the prin
ciple characters in the cast are re
quested to obtain their copies imme
diately and begin the work of mem
orizing their parts. The book sells
for fifteen cents.
Rudolph Koerner, formerly of Ore
gon City, but now of Portland, is
staying at the Beta Theta Pi House,
while taking the competitive exams
for an appointment at Annapolis.
Are there any hustlers in college?
I have a good proposition to make to
several men for spare-time work. If
you are interested, call and see me
between 6:30 and 7:30 any evening
next week, at the Delta Sigma House.
C. W. WALLS.
Your Y. M. C. A. dues should be
paid at once. The Association needs
the money. Come to the Exchange
and pay up.
Emerald subscriptions are now due.
Kindly pay them to Allyn Roberts.
Walter Dobie, or Clay Watson.
erts, Stine. Fisher, Watson, and Aper
son, are the other forwards who
showed most ability.
It would be inadvisable to break up
such a good combination as Yiereck
and Rice for guards. Both men are
on the job all the time. Boylen played
a brilliant game at all times, but for
a team which would actually win
games. Yiereck and Rice would work
best. Other guards who showed abil
ity were Briedwell, Bean, and Rey
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