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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1928)
Ridings on 1928
IIcnv<"1(111 Baseball Trip
Still Hanging Fire;
May Go on July 20
p,y RICHARD IT. SYRING
They any that there is no use
frying over spilled milk, but some
1 imes a little wailing seems to re
lit*vc a load of
this case is against
J. Fred (Doc) ag
Bolder, director of *
athletics at AV'asli- y ,
ington State Col
]eg(3 and selector , <
of the aihiTi u i I
\Ve naturally bc
liovo that tire von-Gordon Ridings
orable “Doc” pulled a boner, faux
a'g or what have you, when ho
omitted the name of .Gordon Howard
Hidings, Oregon star forward and
tloor captain, from his 1928 all-star
As a member of the national bas
ketball rules committee, Bolder has
made the selections for the official
national collegiate basketball guide
for the past 15 years. We believe,
however, that the means employed
by the Washington State official are
somewhat antiquated. lie seems to
Siave followed a long-standing cus
om of picking two players from
each of the competing teams for
coast honors. This always means
that only one other conference
player stands a chance of gaining
The complaint against Bolder is
[far from odious but we would like
to ask this seasoned selector just
what a player must -do before
making his name presentable for the
all-coast honors? Hidings is with
out a doubt the most outstanding
jlioopstcr in the Northwest this year.
In scoring he led all others in the
field. Ho won praise from all the
officials in the Northwest. Yet he
failed to make the all-coast berth
because ho happened to be on a team
that barely missed winning the
championship, but a team which de
feated the champions.
; Ridings’ playing was superior to
that of Snider, but the Husky for
ward was selected because he was
a member of the championship Uni
versitv of Washington five.
It all goes to show that Bolder
has not the situation fairly well in
hand. Recently in making his selec
tion lie said: “Corbin lias been
fighting for a place oil the first
string all-star team for three years,
hut has fallen just a bit short.”
[Well, now the funny part of this
[is that Corbin lias played 'only two
years. lie was recently elected cap
tain of the 1929 team. Last year’s
title series in McArthur Court saw
him playing his first year of confer
In selecting Mortcnsen, Southern
California’s star forward, Bolder
said: “lie has been a heavy scorer,
is always dangerous when left un
guarded.” This is very humorous.
Lo wonder if Bolder saw Ridings j
twiddling his thumbs when no one
was around. What player isn’t
dangerous when left unguarded?
Ridings was just as deserving of an !
all-coast berth as ’any of those
k Whether the University of Ore
Ef|ii baseball team goes to the Ha
waiian islands this summer or not
"ill probably be decided this week
"hen a letter should arrive from
' Ashman Bcvan, sports promoter
the islands. The whole thing in
a nutshell is whether the negotia
nts with the Cleveland, Ohio, col
'Wfl all-stars are consummated. If
we all-stars find the dates of July
t° August 20 agreeable and the
wSt of the terms are O. K., the
lebfoots "'til not make the trip.
11 with the colored horsehide art
^-1 taste good again
even though you may
'lave heen enjoying mo
ver’s cooking and bak
mS' during the holidays.
ists, who have hern making ar
rangements for months, out of the
w.uv, the. Oregon nine will be in
* * »
Baseball opposition for the Iln
waiting seems to lie in an abundance
this year. Up until Juno 20, navy
diamond stars from the Pacific fleet
will be on hand.
From then until July 20 the Koio
University baseball team of Japan,
which will soon invade the coast,
will stop at the islands on their
way home. It i3 from July 20 to
August 20 that are the open dates
for the Oregonians. Other outside
competition will bo offered by the
University of Southern California
nine, v,hieh will stop _on its way
back from Japan, and the Stanford
team on the return trip from Aus
(Continued from page one)
Oakland, California, which may come
north this spring before the confer
ence opens but as yet dates for these
contests are uncertain. The varsity
will probably get some practice
games with the Eugene city team
also, as GoachMlcinhart will manage
this squad during the summer.
The conference schedule is as fol
May 1.—Oregon vs. O. A. C. at
May 4-o, Oregon vs. U. of W. at
May 11.—Oregon vs. O. A. C. at
May 12.—Oregon vs. O. A. C. at
May 1S-10.—Oregon vs. U. of W.
May 22.—Oregon vs. 0. A. C. at
Rain Slows Ujk Swatting
Drill; Many Hampered
Again tlie cry of “frosli” re
sounds and as yet but few have en
j swered. “There, should bo more
j men out than this,” said “Spike”
LesUo, as he gazed at a frosh base
hall turnout of less than two full
teams (18 men) yesterday afternoon
at McArthur Court. The first year
nun were issued uniforms and were
‘ run through (preliminary practice
stunts by coach Leslie, in the initial
1 drill held inside the “igloo.”
As soon as the gods of rain have
been appeased and the weather is
gclear,gthe yearling baseball artists,
will practice outdoors. They will
vse rk out some *bf the time on the
varisty diamond and on a field
which has not yet been selected
probably west of Hayward field.
This week will be spent in get
ting the throwing arm of each and
every aspirant in good condition
and in warming up drill designed
to take the kinks out of the boys’
Beginning-a« soon as it is prac
tical “Spike,” charges will be ini
tiated into the" mysteries of slid
ing, bunting, and bitting practice
in the batting cage. From then on
there will be little rest for the frosh
hgrsehide fossers practice, selection
of a team and playing of a formid
able schedule' seem likely to pile
cue on top of the other.
Many promising freshman base
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ball men have .been fatally hamp
ered by the eligibility jinx. Unex
pected developments in this and
other matters have caused "Spike” j
to worry not a lit I lo about the j
turnouts. ITc is confident, however,
that a fair number will be out as
soon as the routine of tlie term’s
work is established.
Heavy in Spring
West’s First Repertoire
High Light of Term
Spring term for Miss Florence Tl.
Wilbur and the students of the
drama department means work and
worry. They are planning some of
tlio newest and most elaborate fea
tures ever attempted *by the de
The repertoire, beginning Ajiril
9, will claim the attention of all
those interested in drama, since it
is the first repertoire to bo staged
in the West. The plays given dur
ing the last two terms, which will
include “The Swan,” “Beyond the
Horizon,” “E. U. lb,” “Lady Win
dermere’s Fan,” and “Spoon Eiver
Anthology,” will be repeated during
the week of April 9.
Following this new undertaking,
the second annual drama tourna
ment will be staged here during the
early part of hi ay. High schools of
the state have been invited to par
a "Bite" From
March 23, 1927
Larus & Bro. Co.
I have always wanted to smoke a
pipe. After several attempts I gave
my “taste” up, for with each trial I
got a blistered tongue.
One evening, when looking over a
certain outdoor magazine, I read that
a certain fisherman could catch more
fish when using “Edgeworth,” so I
decided I would try “his” tobacco—
for I am no poor fisherman!
The next day I tried to secure Edge
worth. The local country storekeeper
did not have it, so I sent by a friend t(
the city for my first Edgeworth. Twt
things have happened: I still smoke
Edgeworth, and the local storekeeper
always has a.supply.
I catch fish and never get “a bite”
Yours for keeps,
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Extra High Grade
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Flossie Eadabaugh, who finished
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