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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1922)
SEMI-FINALS IN BOXING
SET FOR THIS EVENING
Grading Not to be Done Until
Last Matches Are Played
The boxing and wrestling semi-finals
are to be held in the men's gym this
afternoon at 3 o’clock, according to
Coach Barnes who is in charge of the
two doughnut sports. The time was
changed to the afternoon on account of
the many conflicting functions which
are being held this evening. The men
who are scheduled for the meets must
appear at the gym at 3 o 'clock sharp
or the penalty will bd the forfeiture of
Any one matched in the meet
today who has not obtained a physical
O. K., or his heart examined, or who
has not been weighed in will have to be
O. K. before he will be allowed to com
All the extra men must appear at the
gym at the stated time also, to meet
any challengers that may appear. All
challenges will be run off during the
afternoon which makes it necessary
that some of the men to appear in two
matches during the afternoon. Bill
Hayward is to referee the boxing
bouts, while Rutherford, O. A. C., will
have charge of the wrestling events.
The finals in the two sports to be
held in the men’s gym on the 24th of
the month instead of at the Armory as
was formerly announced. At the finals,
the presentation of the student body
ticket with 25 cents will admit a per
son. Fifty cents will be required with
out a student body ticket.
The finals are to be referred by Bill
Hayward in the boxing and E. A. Brit
ton of the Y. M. C. A. in the wrestling
matches. The following matches are
scheduled for the 3 o ’clock semi-finals.
The 125 pound class in boxing will
have two events between Meyers vs.
Madlung and Garfinkle vs. Ross. The
115 pound class has one match, Kulm
vs. Bullock, with Gamboa as an extra
man. The 135 pound class has two
events, Sorsby vs. Easterday, and Cul
bertson vs. Branstetter. 15S pounders
are Clark vs. Bryson and Ford vs. Cota.
The 145 pound men are Jones vs. Ferrj’
with Burton as an extra man.
The 125 pound boxers are Berry vs.
Yamane and Strahorn vs. Sumption.
145 pounders are Wyatt vs. Robertson
with Moores as an extra. The 158
pound class has two events, French vs.
Lundburg, and Campbell vs. Youngs.
One 175-pound match is on, Tergeson
vs. Atkins with King an extra.
The grading will not commence until
the finals come off, and then it will be
up usunBui SutAiopoj oi[p in ouop
boxing there will be three places in
each weight, which will get five, three,
and one point, respectively. The wrest
ling is to be given the same number of
points, with the exception that in case
a man wins by throwing his opponent
he will be given one additional point;
thus, if the winner in a certain class
wins by a fall he will get six points in
stead of five. In a like manner second
place will be given four and third
! place two points.
The organization having the most
| points in the end will be given first
place in the sport, and the others will
follow in order.
There were five events run eff Sat
urday, three boxing and two wrestling.
The boxing matches were all fast and
showed quite a bit of spirit. In the 135
pound class Culbertson won from Eas
terday by virtue of his harder hitting
and the ability to follow np his punches.
The one 145-pound bout of the day re
sulted in a vietrov for High over Bur
ton. Ford outfought Mason in the 158
i pound class, showing his superior ex
The heavyweight wrestling match re
suited in a victory for Tergeson over
Horsefall after five minutes of pawing
the mat. Moores, who had been chal
lenged by Lee, succeeded in winning
| from the latter, thus getting the right
I to enter the finals, which will be
j held in the gym this afternoon at 3.
I There is to be no admission charged at
I these matches, but twenty-five cents
j will be required to see the finals on the
I 24tli of the month.
! MEETING OF CHEMICAL
SOCIETY TO BE FEB. 25
Twenty-five Members of State
Section May Attend
The Oregon section of the American
Chemical Society will meet at the Uni
versity of Oregon Saturday evening.
February 25. At. least 25 members of
the state organization are expected to
attend. Already members from Port
1 land and Corvallis have signified their
' intention of coming.
The program for the evening follows:
6:00 p. m. dinner at the Anchorage.
7:45 p. m. meeting in Yillard Hall.
Paper on “Utilization of Pae.ific
Coast Kelp” by Professor H. G. Tanner
of the University of Oregon depart
! ment of chemistry.
Paper on “Determination of the
I Acidic Property of Alcohol, and the
Consideration of Esters as Acid An
hydrides” by Professor K. J. Williams
of the University of Oregon department
The meetings of the section make it
possible for men of a common interest
to get together and discuss work and
research in that line. Usually some
member of the organization prepares a
paper on some chemical problem and it
is commented on at the section meet
The membership in Portland is large
and meetings are held there every
month. It is about once in every two
years that a meeting can be scheduled
for the Oregon campus.
There are five or six members of
the local section at the University of
Oregon. The members of the chemistry
departments of the other colleges of
the state belong to the section and
many of them are expected to attend
R. K. Strong, professor of chemistry
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