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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1921)
Kappas, In League II, Also
Keep Slate Clean.
Oregon Club . 4 ()
Delta Delta Delta . 3 2
Sigma Delta Phi.;.3 o
Kappa Alpha Theta . 2 o
Delta Gamma . 1 •>
Pi Beta Phi . 1 3
Gamma Phi Beta .y 4
Hendricks Hall . 5 y
Kappa Kappa Gamma . 3 y
Susan Campbell Hall . 4 4
Delta Zeta . 2
Chi Omega . 1
/.eta Kho Epsilon.y 4
Alpha Phi . y 4
Hendricks Hall and Oregon Club lead
in the women’s'doughnut league at the
end of the third week of the scries, with
Kappas. Tri Dolts, and Susan Campbell
Hall close behind. Two-thirds of the
games have been played, and only six of
the regular series remain before the final
championship will be decided between the
leaders in the two leagues.
Oregon Club’s last victory was won
from Sigma Delta Phi by one of the
large scores so prevalent in the doughnut
series this year—54 to 12. Sigma Delta
Phi had previously been beaten hut once,
hut the Oregon Club lineup proved too
strong and she was unable to make any
Zeta Rho Epsilon forfeited her game
Friday afternoon to Susan Campbell Hall
This is the second game of the entire
series to be forfeited, which shows the
keen interest, shown in the sport this
spring. More than 150 girls have been
regularly taking part in the doughnut
games. The lineups Friday were as fol
1,. Yander Sterre
Sigma Delta Phi—
ATHLETIC CLUB WINS
FROM VARSITY, 5-4
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second when Knudseu poled a long fly
to right. The next man up, Zimmerman
got in front of one. of Lewis’ fast ones
for a free ride to first, Gamble walked
loading the pillows. Smith, batting for
Veatch, beat out a hit to second, Rein
hart scoring. Leslie grounded out to
third, ending the inning.
Oregon Makes Late Bid.
In the last half of tlm c-ni canto, the
varsity made a strong bid for the game
but the final out was made with only
one additional tally over, leaving Oregon
on the short, end of fthe 5-4 score. Berg
first up, was hit by a pitched ball, ad
vancing to second on a wild pitch. Svar
verud took the count on three of Lewis’
offerings, Berg stealing tliind and scoring
on Helmcke’s wild heave. Collins lifted
a high foul to the catcher and Reinhart
flied to center for the final out. The
Collins, 2b .5
Reinhart, ss . 5
Knudseu, rf . 4
AB. R. H. r.O. A. E
0 0 0 0 0
Gimmerman, If. 3 0 0 0 0 0
Gamble, cf .
Smith, lb .
Veatch, lb .
Leslie, c . . ..
Shields, c .
Berg, p .
0 2 10 0
0 10 0 0
0 0 8 0 0
0 0 110
Totals .30 4 1) 27 7 ?.
( ole. ss. c ....
Lewis, p .
•Tones, lb .
Kasterday. If . .
Berg, rf .
Houston. 2b. ss
Brown. 2b . 0 0 0 0 0 t)
'totals .35 5 0 27 11 3
Summary — Home runs. Svarverud
llehnekes: three base hits. Cole 2: two
base hits. Reinhart; stolen base. Berg;
earned runs. Oregon 2. Multnomah • >.
struck out. by Berg 8. hv Lewis O; hit |
by pitcher. Lewis 2; bases on balls, off j
Lewis 2; wild pitches. Lewis 2; left on 1
141 _ PHONE — 141
City Messenger Service.
39 E. 7th J. C. GRANT, Mgr.
bases. Multnomah 2. Oregon ti
TWO COAST RECORDS
SHATTERED IN MEET
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ners on the home stretch. The time in
tile 440 was ol flat.
Tuck High Man.
Arthur Tuck, of Oregon, was high
point man, taking first place in the jave
in and discus events and third place in
he sluit put. Draper and Snook, both of
. A. ( ., were tied for second place, with
10 points each, Snook taking first place
in the two sprint events, and Draper
taking a first in the 120 yard high hur
dles and first in the high jump. The
100 yard dash, time 10 seconds—Snook
* *■ Larson. O., and Jennings, <J
A. C., tied for seconds.
Mile run. time 4:20—Walkley, O.
Seen. O. A. C.; Connet, O. A. C.
22(1 yard dash, time 22:2—Snook. O
A. C.; Ilemenway, O.: Oberteuffer, O.
i-*0 yard high hurdles, 10 seconds_
Draper. O. A. C.: Kuhnhauseu. O • Drew
O. A. C.
440 yard dash, time 31 seconds—Col
lins. ().; Hollinger, O. A. C.; Kellogg
O. A. C.
Two mile mil. time 9:o3 2-5—Hobart,
(). A. C.; Blackburn. O.: Newhouse. O
220 yard low hurdles, time 27:1—Da
moil. O. A. C.: Swarthout. O. A. C.:
*80 yard run. time 2 minutes. :!-r» sec
onds—Sims. (). A. C\; Wyatt. ().; Rich
arils. O. A. C.
Relay, won by O. A. ('. team, consist
ing of Sims, Day. Hollinger and Seea.
Role rattle, height 11 feet, 0 inches
Phillips. O.: Ingle. <).; Drew, O. A. O.
Sliot put. distance 43 feet 0 1-2 inches
—Powell. (). A. ('.; Straclian. O.; Tuck,
Discus, distance 133 feet, 10 inches—
I'uck. O.; Powell. O. A. ('.: Shields. ().
TSroad Jump, distance 21 feet. 1-2
inches—Bowles. O.; l’endell, O. A. C;
High jump, height u feet. S inches—
Draper, O. A. C.; Blackaby, O.; Jeu
Javelin, distance 193 feet. 1 inch —
Tuck. O.: Dalton, O. A. C.: Jensen. O.
MINETTA AND ZA ZA
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wenr wrong that posibly could have gone
"long, Mr. Underwood said. Charley
Dawson can ttestif.v to the unluckiness of
the trip perhaps better than any of the
In introducing Charley last fall, the
Emerald spoke of him as one “who has
boxed from New York to California
from Virginia to Guantanamo Bay, and
from ( uba to Panama, and has won So
out of 9(5 contests.” It remained for
poor crippled ‘Minetta’ to finish him. She
“knocked him cold.” A run was taken
at a particularly bad chuck hole where
several of the timbers had been left out
of the corduroy road. When they struck
Charley went up to the top. When he
came down he was unconscious and bad
the print of the top frame on his fore
head. “It was worse than any fight,”
he told Dr. Sawyer in the Infirmary yes
"I'm certainly in love with that place
though." said Underwood, after relating
all the lurid details of the trip. “The
fish there are so naive. 1 can’t, catch
a thing where anyone else has been. But
down there they haven’t become accus
tomed to the ways of the world and have
faith in almost anything. Why. you could
fall into a pool and then climb out onto
a rock and the fish would be waiting
for the hook, where you had just been
They would even bite after you had snag
Of the distance to Triangle lake. Dr
r.andsbury said. “It is at least (540 miles
nit there and uphill both ways.”
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