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! OREGON WINS AGAIN
Basketball Game Ends 19-17;
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Fowler Ma es 30 Out of 46
Points for U. of 0.; Wilson,
Too, Shines Brightly.
The University of Oregon basket
shooters, led by Ned Fowler, took the
second game of the series trom the Uni
versity of Washington quintet, Tuesday
night. The final score was IS> to 17 in
favor of the lemon-yellow aggregation.
More and better team-work was in
evidence in Tuesday’s game than in the
first contest, and while neither terno
showed any championship form, they
played a more consistent game than on
their first meeting. The Oregon team
showed in better form than at any time
this season on their home floor. The
presence of the "Oregon fight” helped
the team a great deal when their bas
ketball was a little rugged.
U. of W. Puts up Good Fight.
The Washington team put up u good
fight, but they lost by fouls. Fowler,
who was the high point man for Oregon,
was able to convert only 7 out of the
L4 fouls called on Coach Hunt’s prote
ges. Of the 11 fouls called on the Ore
gon team, Cook converted only 5
The first five minutes of plu.v was
scoreless, the time being spent in pass
ing the ball around the floor, and each
team seemed to be playing safe and
waiting for the other to start some
thing. Oregon went into the lead first
on a free throw by Fowler and a basket
from Medley. With the score tied, 5 to
I 5. in the last part of the first half, Ore
gon again went into the lead, and the
period ended with the score being X to 5
in favor of Hayward's men.
Lively Tussles scheduled
, In the second half, Oregon started out
strong and got a five-point lead when,
after less than five minutes of play, the
VS ashington team took time out and
spent two minutes in getting their wind.
They came back after this and cut the
Oregon lead down to one point. In
this period the purple and gold repre
sentatives showed the best team-work
of the evening, l.ind and Fowler saved
the game for Oregon by getting a basket
apiece, while the Washington men were
able to get but three points.
Iteferee George Anderson, who has
been officiating in the imerseholastie
league iu Portland, was kept busy warn
ing the players against roughness, as
there were several lively tussles over
the ball. Murphy, captain-elect of the
University of Washington’s ltllS foot
ball team, who was playing as guard,
and Bill Steers came in for several
warnings during the course of the eve
Two Substitutions Made.
Coach Bill Hayward made two substi
tutions during the game, Comfort taking
Medley’s place early in the second pe
| riod, and Morrison going in for Com
fort later in the game. Charles was
sent in in plac* of Holbrook oy Coach
Hunt, in the Inst period.
Fowler and Wilson weie the shining
lights for the lemon-yellow aggregation,
while for Washington, Cook and Murphy
starred Out of a total of 4f> points
gathered by 'he Oregon team in the
series, Fowler annexed BO of them.
■ The lineup:
Washington (17) Oregon (10)
Idc ....F. Fowler (10)
Holbrook (4) .F. Medley (2)
Charles (-1) .K.Comfort, Morrison
Jamieson (2) .C. Lind (2)
Cook (7) .G. Wilson (2)
Murphy .G. Steers
Heferee: George Anderson, Portland.
GRAD TUTORING IN CALIFORNIA
Veda Warner Sheldon, ’14. Teaches Girls
at Hanford, California.
Word has b“en received at the phy
sical training department that Veda
Warner, ’14, now Mrs. Kberlc Sheldon,
Is in charge of the physical training work
of 150 girls in the Hanford high school,
Hanford, Pal. She is just another of
the many girls from the University who
have made good, according to Miss Mabel
Cummings, head of the physical train
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HICKS 10 0010
OPEN HOUSE FRIDAY
New Hall of Residence Will Be
Ready for Inspection by
University and All
BISHOPGUEST AT LUNCHEON
Thetas to Give Dance Saturday
Night; Miss Tingle Is
The formal openiug of Hendricks Hal!,
the new women's hall of residence of
the University, will be an event of to
morrow afternoon and evening. The
large, beautifully furnished rooms of the
building will be open from 3 until 5
o’clock in the afternoon, and 8 until 10
In the evening, to all students, faculty,
townspeople and people of the state.
In the receiving line will be Mr. anti
Mrs. T. G. Hendricks, the btnlding hat
ing been named in honor of the former,
’Mrs. Richard Shore Smith, Mrs. Hub?
Hendricks Goodrich, Mrs. A. 0. Dixon,
Dean Elizabeth Fox, Miss Tirza Dins
dale. Mrs. Edna P. Datson. Ruth Wilson,
Helen Withycombe, aud Lilne Miller.
Tea is to be served from the new
silver service, which is the gift of Mrs.
Irene H. GeTlinger.
BISHOP SPEAKS AT HENDRICKS
Riyht Rev W. T. Sumner and Mr. and
Mrs. H. T. Johnson Entertained.
Bishop Walter T. Sumner and Mr.
and Mrs. H. T. Johnson were luncheon
quests at Hendricks Hall yesterday
noon. During luncheon. Bishop Sumner
spoke to the girls, congratulating them
on the new hall, and telling them what
a good reputation Oregon held through
out the state for doing its part in the
war, and reminded them of the big part
they have in keeping up the same fine
morale here at home that the men are
j carrying with them to the front.
One of the most charming dances of
the week will be the formal dance, given
by Kappa Alpha Theta. Saturday night
at the chapter house. The color scheme
used throughout the rooms will be a
black and white effect, with a Japanese
i idea carried out in the decoration. Pa
trons and patronesses will be Mr. and
Mrs. David Graham, Mr. and Mrs. D.
W. De Buck, Mrs. S. II. Johnston, Mr.
and Mrs. Dean II. Walker and Dean
| Elizabeth Fox. The guest list includes
Esther Shay, Caroline Dick, Agnes Alie
hoff, Doris Descndorf, Mary Warrack,
Jack Montague, Henry Eickhoff. Will
iam llaseltine, Glen IVfaeey, Everett
Pi x Icy, Harold Grey, Allen Casey,
Francis Jacobberger, Donald Fee
naughty, Sam Lehman, William Hollen
beck. Hugh Thompson, Cord Sengstake,
Carter Brandon, Lyle McCroskey, Herb
Mccwood. George Boggs, Lester Gun
ther, Jack Dundore, Charles Dundore,
and Sergeant E. K. Wyld.
MISS IDA DINSDALE HOSTESS
Entertains Springfield Teachers at Hen
dricks Hall Dinner.
A dinner party was given last evening
at Hendricks hall by Miss Ida Hinsdale
for the Springfield high school and pri
mary teachers. The guests included were
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kirk, Miss Jane
Lindsey, Miss Vera Williams, Mrs.
Plank, Miss Merle Nimo, Miss Grace
Richmond and Miss Genevieve Gillespie.
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Game to Be Preliminary to 0.
A. C.-U. of 0. Contest Friday
Only Defeat This Year for
Team of ’21 Was by Aggie
Determined to set revenge for the two
defeats handed them at Corvallis, the
Oregon freshmen team will take on the
O. A. C. “rooks" in two preliminary con
tests to the Varsity games against the
Aggies, Friday and Saturday night. The
O. A. C. first-year men are the only
ones who have donned the frosh this
year. Both games were very close, the
scores being 24-22 <ind 20-10.
Dean Walker is not at all satisfied >
with the way the freshmen are going at i
“Their work is sloppy, and they will
have to show up better than they have
the last two nights to hold their own
against the ‘rooks.’ Ever since they
played Eugene high, they have gone
.lale. Last night the second team walked
all over them in practice.”
Reports from O. A. C. say that the
first-year team there has been working
overtime in order to keep up their win
ning streak against Oregon. A few
changes in the lineup have been made
which, it is said, makes a still stronger
combination than the one which played
the frosh. A large number of “rooks"
are planning on making the trip to sup
port their team.
The Oregon lineup will probably start
with the same men who have been work
ing together. Durno and Jacobherger
will play forwards, Starr, center, and
Chapman and Brandon, guards. Coach
Walker has bceu trying hat'd to iron out
the rough spots in their play, hut they
still show tendencies to play indifferent
ball at times.
The freshmen games will be played
before tS|e Varsity contest, and will
probably start soon after 7 o’clock.
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