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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1932)
-- By BRUCE HAMBY -
(in collaboration with Crystal W.
Following a tasty meal of
fraternity house spinach yester
day noon, your correspondent and
bis distinguished oracle, Crystal W.
Ball, sat down to determine to
diay’s football scores. Far into the
night we labored. Sheets of paper,
statistics, predictions, etc., were
before us, but still we found diffi
culty in making the prognostica
Because we were 100 per cent
last week, Crystal W. Ball was
slightly conceited and continually
talked about himself. Not until
long after midnight would he con
sent to getting down to business.
The conversation between your
correspondent and the eminent Mr.
Ball was sum and substance, as
Bruce W. Hamby: Crystal, how
will UCLA and Stanford come
Crystal W. Ball: Well, West
brook, I did splendidly last week,
did I not?
B. W. H.: Please confine your
self to the question.
C. W. B.: Oh, yes, indeed. Stan
ford will win, 20 to 6. Now, as I
was saying. I certainly am—
B. W. H.: Please, please, Crys
tal. Our time grows short. Even
now the sun is coming up in the
west. I mean east. Crystal, what
was in that soup?
C. W. B.: Confine yourself to
the topic before us, Westbrook.
B. W. H.: Who will win the Gon
zaga game ? Oregon or Oregon ?
C. W. B.: Neither. Oregon will.
The score will be 20 to 6.
B. W. H.: Isn’t that lovely? Who
will win this one: Ohio State or
Army Team, 20-9
By DUD LINDNER
CORVALLIS, Ore., Oct. 2«.—
<Special)-—Soldiers of the West
Coast Army football eleven bonwed
to Oregon State college here to
night, 20 to 9. First to score when
Swartz took a pass from Gilbert
and ran 65 yards on the seorxnd
play of the game, the army men
succumbed to superior power and
the Beavers produced two touch
downs before the first quarter
Willard Jarvis, a high-stepping
half, and McIntosh led the Ore
gon State assault. No Beaver
first-stringers saw action.
C. W. B.: Let me set., who is
coaching at Wisconsin?
B. W. H.: I’ve forgotten. I used
to know, though. I can find out in
a minute, however. Let me get
McArthur court on the phone. I'll
bet they’ll know.
C. W. B.: Well, I’ll say Wiscon
sin, 14 to 3.
B. W. H.: Now, here’s an easy
one. What’ll it be. Mr. Phelan or
Mr. Borleske of Whitman?
C. W. B.: That’s easy, Mr. Phe
land will do the stadium in about
30 to 0.
B. W. H.: Here, Crystal, is a
very deep one. Just how many
touchdowns will Mr. Ingram’s
boys make at Berkeley against
C. W. B.: I’d say about three
. . . or a 20 to 0 score.
B. W. H.: I still wonder what
was in that soup? Say, how will
the Cougars come out against
C. W. B.: Oh, about 25 to 6 for
B. W. H.: Can Hunk Anderson
boost his season score to over 200
today against Pittsburgh, Crystal?
C. W. B.: Well, let’s see. Give
them 23 points. That’ll make an
even 200. Pitt will never get a
score. They should be dazzled by
that list of Irish names.
B. W. H.: Here’s our last one.
How will Cap McEwan’s Holy
Cross boys end up with Catholic
C. W. B.: Army tactics will tell.
Holy Cross, 20 to 0
| Warner Pits
! Only Throe Games .Slated
In Coast Loop
Washington State-.Montana and
Oregon-Gonzaga Tilts in
Today will be a day of rest for
the majority of the Pacific coast
conference teams. There are but
Nevada at Berk
eley while rest
ing for the U. S.
C. game next
ton State is host
to the Grizzlies
of Montana, and
Los Angeles to
tackle the U. C.
L. A. Bruins.
[ The Ucla game will hold the in
terest of the Pacific -coast as it
will be a do or die affair for the
Bruins. They are at present tied
with Southern California at the
top of the coast standings and if
they are to remain there the In
dians will have to be beaten.
The Nevada-Bear game at Berk
eley will give Bill Ingram a chance
to rest his squad before the big
game with El Trojan next week.
Hank Schaldach, the hard luck
man of the Bear team, is all set to
go and will get a good workout
agaih3t the Wolves.
Washington State is not expect
ing much trouble with Montana,
although the Grizzlies outweigh
them five pounds to the man.
Montana has yet to win a confer
ence game although they threw a
scare into the Washington Huskies
early in the season.
The only other games scheduled
are the Oregon-Gonzaga game in
Eugene and the Washington-Whit
man contest in Seattle.
This Is Max!
This determined looking gentle
man is none other than the well
known pin-swallower, Max Krause.
Besides his sideshow aetivities Mr.
Krause is the prominent 198
pound fullback on Mike Pecaro
vich's Gonzaga eleven.
Pfaff To Act as Guide
Roger A. Pfaff, ex-'32, will act
as adviser for Japanese students
now on a good will tour of the
United States. Mr. Pfaff was one
of the University debaters who
made a good will tour of the Pa
cific basin last year. Three stu
dents representing Chuo, Meiji,
and Doshisha universities will be
on the tour, according to announce
ment. The party will be in Eu
gene on November 22. i
Chi Psi Stars
o ° _
Fiji ami ATO Squads Lose
Opening Games of Basketball
0 Tourney To Be Played
Delta Tau Delta (A) vs.
Friendly hall (A) 4 p. m.
Sherry Rosn hall vs. S. A. E.
4:40 p. m.
Phi Sigma Kappa (A) vs.
Omega hall (Ai, 5:20 p. m.
Yeomen vs. Chi Psi, 4 p. m.
Two rough games featured last
night's semi-final water polo tilts
between the Chi Psi and A. T. O.
and the Yeoman and Fiji outfits.
The Chi Psi Squad beat the A. T.
O. mermen G to 1. It took an over
time period to decide the winner of
the second contest, the Fijis win
ning 4 to 3.
This coming Monday, in addi
tion to the final water polo con
test of the season, six basketball
teams will begin play. A list of
players ineligible for intramural
basketball this year will be pub
lished in Monday’s Emerald.
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Ingram Will Use
BERKELEY, Oct. 28.—Regu
lars will start for CVlifornia in
Saturday's California - Nevada
football game at Memorial sta
This was the decision of Coach
W. A. "Bill” Ingram today as his
Golden Bear squad neared the end
of an intensive week of prepara
tion for two coming games, the
Nevada affair next Saturday and
the Southern California classic the
following week in Los Angeles.
The California team, except for
one change, will be the same as
the eleven that started and played
most of the game last week against
Washington at Seattle.
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Souvenirs - News
Frosh Work Hard for
Tilt With State Rooks
Oregon’s duckling gridsters are
lying low with their football trick
ery these days. Irv Schulz is
spending his time drilling his pro
teges on fundamentals in prepara
tion for the next scene of the
"little civil war,” which will be
enacted at Hayward field, Novem
Willie Torrance, the colored boy
from LaGrande, is developing into
a first class pass receiver, and
should give the rooks plenty of
trouble in the next yearling clash.
In the backfield, the combination
of Stew Milligan, Tuffy Leemans,
Whit Arey, and Frank Michek
will prove hard to stop.
The yearlings have been coming
along fast in the last week of
practice, and Schulz expects to
have a smooth working machine
to meet the Orange babes. The
"green lid” athletes are deter
mined that there will be no score
less tie this time.
While Coach Schulz is working
his proteges overtime in practice
! sessions, minor injuries are worry
ing frosh supporters.
A tremendous HUMAN
DRAMA picturing the ter
rific struggle for life in the
Arctic Circle...Enacted by
Eskimos midst the menace
of fierce wild beasts and
ON THE STAGE—
Famous explorer with his
Husky dog team, Eskimo
tools and weapons—
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