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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1921)
Standing of the Teams
Team W L
Phi Gamma Delta . 8 0
Kappa Sigma . 7 1
Sigma Alpha Epsilon ..6 2
Delta Tau Delta . 6 2
Alpha Tau Omega ...... 6 2
Oregon Club No. 2 . 5 3
Kappa Theta Chi . 5 3
Bachelordon . 5 4
Oregon Club No. 1 . 3 3
Phi Delta Theta . 4 4
Sigma Chi . 4 5
Beta Theta Pi . 3 7
Sigma Nu . 2 5
Chi Psi . 2 6
Friendly Hall . 1 7
Phi Sigma Pi . 1 8
Delta Theta Phi . 0 6
Phi Gamma Delta put another game
between them and the cup last night
when they won from Oregon Club No.
2 by the onesided score of 38 to 4.
Bachelordon won from Phi Sigma Pi 28
to 2, Friendly hall lost to the Betas 34
to 16, and Sigma Chi won from Sigma
Nu in a five minute overtime period
14 to 13.
Phi Gamma Delta had an easy prac
tice game with the Oregon Club, and
were in danger at no time. They started
their scoring early, and played a fast
offensive game throughout. Altstock
and Knudson with long baskets fea
tured for the Fijis, while Meyers did
the most for Oregon Club.
Bachelordon ran up a lopsided score
on the Phi Sigma Pi team, ending the
game 28 to 2. Clark and Black at
forwards for Bachelordon played fast
ball for the Bachelordon while Young
made the lone Phi Sig basket.
Sigma Chi by virtue of a five minute
overtime period won from Sigma Nu
14 to 13. The game was hotly con
tested and quite rough. Palmer and
Langrell showed up best for Sigma Chi,
while Dudley Campbell made 6 of the
Sigma Nu points.
Beta Theta Pi won from Friendly
hall by the consistent shooting of Phil
lips and Edlund. The final score was
34 to 16. Boyer played the floor well
Games for Thursday are:
S. A. E. vs. Bachelordon, 4 o'clock.
Delta Theta Phi vs. Chi Psi, 5 o ’clock.
Delta Tau Delta vsi Phi Gamma
Delta, 7 o’clock.
Kappa Theta Chi vs. Phi Delt, 7:45
RHODES CANDIDATS PICKED
Three Prom Oregon Among Aspirants
Trying for Scholarships
The three candidates from the Uni
versity of Oregon, for the Rhodes
scholarship will enter the state compe
tition the last of this week, be
fore the state Rhodes Scholarship com
mittee in Portland. Willamette uni
versity, Oregon Agricultural college
and the University of Oregon have en
tered three contestants each, Reed col
lege two, and Pacific university one.
The three University of Oregon candi
dates aTe Arthur C. Hicks, Remey M.
Cox, and Norman Byrne. The com
mittee on selections will grant each
candidate a personal interview and will
make final selections on December 3.
The final selections will be based upon
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the character and leadership, the lit
erary and scholastic ability and at
tainments, and interest in outdoor
sports of each candidate.
Remev Cox. of Portland, is a senior
and is majoring dn sociology. This
year he is assisting in the department
of rhetoric. He has been prominent
in college debating and has probably
participated in more intercollegiate de
bates than any other student at Ore
gon. For the past two years he has
been president of Friendly Hall.
Norman T. Byrne, is a graduate stu
dent in philosophy. A short time ago
Byrne had tlje distinction of having a
paper accepted for publication by
Scribner's magazine. He was a for
mer band and orchestra member and
is this year Chi Psi house manager.
Arthur C. Hicks, Canyon City, Ore.,
is a senior majoring in romance lan
guages. He usually draws the highest
grades of any student in the Univer
sity each year. He is a member of the
S. A. E. fraternity, Cross Roads and
Phi Delta Kappa, national educational
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