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0.1. C. ED TO TIE
in SOCCER BUTTLE
Outdoped, Outplayed, Oregon
Fights on Defensive.
RETURN GAME DEC. 4TH
Team Put Through Stiff Work
By Coach Dyment.
With the help of “Hay” Schmeer and
an abundance of fight the Oregoin soceer
team succeeded in holding the skilled O.
A. C. representatives of tho Scotch na
tional game to a scoreless tie on the
slippery turf in Corvallis Saturday morn
ing. A groat crowd of spectators com
pletely encircled the field.
Outplayed, but not outfought, the Ore
gon men were forced to resort to a de
fensive game early in the fracas. On
numerous occasions goaltender Schmeer
prevented Coac-h Wiltshire’s adept pro
teges from scoring by his brilliant play
ing. In commenting upon the playing
after the game. Coach Dyment, who has
taken part in many soceer contests both
in the United States and in Canada, said
that “Hay” Schmeer’s work under the
goal posts in the Aggie battle was some
of the best he had ever seen.
Conch Dyment expressed his approval
of the showing made by the squad and
looks upon the tie score as a victory, for
the advance dope said the Aggies were to
beat Oregon by three or four goals. “The
boys won their game by fighting,” said
, Coach Dyment. “O. A. C. had the bet
Injuries Are Slight.
< >n Oregon’s backfield fell the barrage
of the O. A. ('. attacks. Time and again
the clever passing and footwork of the
O. A. C. forwards brought the ball into
'Oregon territory, only to have it .shot
back into deep centre by Selimeer or the
backs. “Heinie” Koerber and Patter
son, fullbacks, were worked hard but
played a stellar game.
The well-balanced Aggie team worked
consistently, but. lacked the punch to
penetrate the Oregon backs. Their for
wards were able to make but few direct
speedy shots at the goal. Snook, the 0.
A. P. track man. traveled the outside
right territory with his usual rapidity,
and his accurate toe was ever a men
ace to the Oregon team. “Blighty”
Marifield and “Ted” Bryant in the full
back positions and “Pranky” Jones at
right half back, starred for O. A ,P.
Injuries Are Sligth.
The forwards who started the game
for Oregon were: Byers, McPherson,
Tpevek, King ,and Brogan. Ingle. Mad
den and Statton started the game at
halfback. Patterson and Koerber held
down the fullback berths, and Sehmeer
guarded the goal. At the end of the
first half, Capps, Potter and “Hube”
Jacobberger replaced McPherson, Bro
gan and Ingle. McPherson, who played
inside right, sprained an ankle, and In
gle suffered a bruised instep.
ft. A. C. is to play a return game with
Oregon on December 4. Realizing that
the team must practice consistently if
it hopes to hold the Aggie squad again,
Coach D.vment will put his team through
stiff workouts every evening of school
PLANS FOR NEAR EAST
RELIEF DRIVE MADE
Mrs. S. D. Allen to Speak Monday,
Nov. 29, From Experience Among
The Near East Relief drive, which is
to in1 launched the first of December is
lo be-started on the campus by an ad
dress by Mrs. S. D. Allen next Monday
evening. Nov. ■_>!>. al i':.*!(> in Villard hall.
Mrs. Allen was stationed in Eruiuiah,
Persia, ai the time when SO,000 refugees
were concentrated in the missionary
compound there, she also spent two years
with deportees and saw thousands of
tragedies upon which she will base her
appeal for support in the drive.
According to Miss Alice Cupps, county
chairman, the drive on tin' campus will
°he conducted through the various cam
pus organizations. Definite plans arc
being completed by the committee for
the carrying on of the campaign. The
quota for Lane county is $0000. and
Eugene $:>00O. The campus quota has
not yet been decided. It is hoped that
groups ol students will club together and
pay $00 a year for the support of an
orphan or refugee child.
The members of the committee are:
Miss Capp. chaidman: Mrs. |J. II. Fields.
Mrs. S. D. Allen, Mrs. E. M. Watson,
Mrs. Carlton Spencer, Mrs. I.ynn Me
Cready, Miss Edith M.-Cune, Miss Bar
bara Booth, Miss Tirza Dinsdale, Miss
Gertrude Talbot, Mr. Percy Brown and
Mr. A. II. Gray.
THREE TEAMS KEEP
AHEAD OF LEAGUE
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annexing < points, while Star, center.
put up a hard fight, making one field
basket and converting 4 free throws.
h or the Bncholordon, Clark, forward,
and Black, guard, were conspicuous for
their shifty floor work and accurate
passing. Clark added 10 points while
Black got away for M from a guard po
Sigma Nu 19 Bachelordon—16
Dudley 4.f.Clark 11
Star 6.c.Benedict 2
In the struggle between the Sigma
f*)ii nurl Beta Theta Pi. no new talent
was uncovered. Wilse.v and Palmer
Played up to form making 12 points for
the victorious Sigma Chi quintet. No
individual stared for Beta Theta Pi, each
man playing making two or more points.
Beta Theta Pi—17 Sigma Chi—20
Edlund 2.f.Wilsey S
Phillips 5.f.Palmer 4
Clerin 4..'. .c.Byler 2
Cofoid 2.g.Douglas 0
In the Oregon club-Delta Theta Pi
contest the clubmen experienced little
trouble in converting the victory to
their side. Yeatch, forward, easily piled
up IS points for the winners, while Me
Callum hooped 5 field baskets. Delta
Theta Pi were greatly outclassed
throughout the game. Hilary and Sam
uels each added a field goal and Clark
converted a free throw for the losers.
Oregon Club—38 Delta Theta Pi—5
f. ..Hilary 2
The following games will lie played at
4:15 tomorrow' afternoon:
S. A. F. vs. Oregon club.
A. T. O. vs. Delta Theta Pi.
Owl elnli vs. Delta Tan Itelta.
S-Maralda vs. Friendly hall.
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