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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1935)
Ducklings Slated To Face Klamath High Tonight
Hoy man To Hold Practice Swimming Meet Today At Gym
18 as Official
Eight Events Scheduled
Kerby Out of Infirmary
But Won’t Swim
Coach Hoyman is holding a.
practice swimming meet for his
water proteges this afternoon at
the men’3 gym in an effort to de
termine the best men in each of the
many events. Eighteen men are
listed as being members of the of
ficial Varsity squad, and most of
them will compete this afternoon.
‘ Forrest Kerby, co-captain, is now
out of the infirmary but will be
unable to compete in the meet.
Eight events are listed, and the
following men will compete:
400 yard relay: Scroggins, Hoff
man, Mayer, and Angell.
> 200 yard breast stroke: C. Reed,
Lafferty, Dean, and Pease.
50 yard dash: Hug, Mayer, Hay
shi, Mockford, and Privot.
440 yard free style: Scroggins,
Hoffman, Halverson, and Oglesby.
J00 yard free style: Hayshi, Pri
vot, Mockford, and Rhodda.
220 yard free style: Hug, Hurd,
J. Reed, Angell, and Van Lydegraf.
Medley relay: 1. Beugler, Kerby,
Hoffman, 2. Gibson, Dean, and
The Varsity squad is now work
ing out from 4:15 to 6:00 while the
Frosh labor in the pool from 3:30
to 4:15. Hoyman has listed the fol
lowing 18 men as the official Var
sity swimming squad: Bill Angell,
Vernon Beugler, Bob Chilton, Bob
Dean, Randall Gibson, Tom Hay
ashi, Vernon Hoffman, Wally Hug,
Forrest Kerby, Ken Mayer, Leith
Oglesby, Chuck Reed, Jim Reed,
Jack Rhodda, Ed Privot, Red
Scroggins, Les Van Lydegraf, and
DUNN TO TALK ON EGYPT
“The Pharaohs of Exodus’’ will
be the Friday night topic of Pro
fessor Frederic S. Dunn's radio
lectures. This is the third talk
of his series “Wonder Story of
Archaeology,” and will be given
at 8:15 over KOAC. Mummies and
records found of the pharaohs will
be the subject matter of the talk.
Learn the latest collegiate steps
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Phi Dells Double
Victors; Plii Sigs,
Kappa Sigma Win
All), Beta Sixes Forfeit
W" inners in Donut
Two forfeited tilts marred the
score sheets of what was otherwise
an exciting and fast moving day of
volleyball for five “B” teams and
one “A” team in yesterday's donut
Alpha hall forfeited to the rangy
A.T.O. team who had plenty of
men on hand for the tiit. The Sam
mies also failed to appear for their
scheduled game with the Betas.
One highlight of the day was the
defeat of the D.U.’s by four sharp
shooters on the Phi Sig team. The
Phi Sigs won the first game 15-11
playing only four men, half way
through the second game they
were strengthened by one new
member, John Derbyshire. In spite
of their increased strength the Phi
Sigs lost the second game 10-15
but finally won out 15-10 in the
deciding tilt. Silver played an out
standing game for the losers.
Omega hall lost two straight
games to the Phi Delts, with the
fraternity men unusually hot.
Scores of the two tilts were 15-3,
15-12. Walker was the nucleus for
the Phi Delt attack as he played
a mean net game.
Led by Bob Thomas the Kappa
Sigs wormed a close victory away
from the Abba Dabbas. The first
game was an overwhelming victory
for the Kappa Sigs, the score be
ing 15-2 but in the second game
the Abba Dabbas ran up 12 points
in a furious effort to even the
score. The Kappa Sigs staged a
rally, evened the score, and after
much juggling of the ball, one
handed recoveries and spills they
finally took the last three points
to win 15-12.
Featuring the only “A” league
game of the day the Theta Chis
dropped two straight to the Phi
Delts. In the first game the Theta
Chis took seven straight points be
fore the Phi Delts scored, then the
Theta Chis weakened enough for
the Phi Delts to win 15-12. The
second game was won by the Phi
Delts, 15-3. Malcolm Bauer and
Stan Riordan were outstanding for
the winning team while Jack Gran
ger juggled skillfully for the losers.
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Back In Game
Biil Berg, Oregon hoop captain will again be leading his team in
the series against Idaho and Washington state. The veteran forward
was on the bench with a toe infection during the Oregon state game
TODAY’S INTRAMURAL SCHEDULE
“A" DIVISION VOLLEYBALL
■1:00—Gamma hall vs. Alpha Tau Omega.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. Phi Gamma Delta.
4:40—Sigma Phi Epsilon vs. La Casa Filipina.
Alpha hall vs. Sigma Nu.
5:20—Pi Kappa Alpha vs. Phi Kappa Psi.
(The Yeomen-Sigma Nu c ontest, which was erroneously listed
for today in the schedule, has been transfercd to an undecided date
in the future.)
4:00—Phi Delta Theta vs. Sigma Chi.
5:20—Theta Chi vs. Beta Theta Pi.
beavers to Play
Star Mose Lyman
CORVALLIS, Ore., Jan. 17.—
(AP)—The league-leading Oregon
fctate college basketball team, mi
nus its offensive and defensive
mainstay, was en route tonight to
Seattle for. an all-important week
end series against University of
Mose Lyman, big guard whose
aggressive offensive and defensive
play sets the pace for the Beav
ers’ driving game, veas left behind
to recuperate from a severe cold
and a high temperature.
The other players, who have aped
his driving, fighting style, were
determined to carry on in hopes of
keeping their conference slate
clean. The Beavers have won
three and lost none, while the
Huskies divided two games.
Fred Hill or Wilbur Kidder, for
mer Pendleton high stars, were
groomed to replace Lyman. Both
are good at backboard scrambles
whete Lyman particularly shone.
But Rieke, former w'est Seattle
high player who transferred from
Willamette university, is another
high-scoring guard who may see
The balance of the Orange squad
was in good shape for the games
Friday and Saturday nights. Hib
bard and Palmberg are starting
forwards, Conkling starting cen
ter. and Bergstrom the other reg
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To Be Beady Soon
S. Stephenson Smith, associate
professor of English, announced
today that his “Style Rules," a
handy manual for all persons con
cerned with writing, will soon be
available to the public. The text
of the handbook has been sent to
San Francisco for binding and is
expected back next week, at which
time it will be placed on sale at
The manual is of a size that can
easily be carried in the pocket,
making reference simple.
“ ‘Style Rules’ is supposed to
' perform the same function for
writers as slide rules do for math
ematicians," Smith said. “This
book, however, covers more than
the regular style sheet of the
newspaper in fundamentals of rhe
I toric and grammar. It covers all
j things writers are concerned with,”
The book is divided into sections
and deals separately with Sentence
and rhetoric, punctuation, hyphens,
capitalization, forms and terms,
numbers, outlining, fine points of
diction and paragraphs. The book
is novel in that it resents the rules
in the form of questions.
George Turnbull, professor of
journalism, and George Belknap,
assistant University editor, acted
! as assistants.
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SPE Mi t men
W in Matches
Triumph Over Chi l?^i,
Alpha Tau Omega
Pi Kaps Were \ ictors in
By Gordon Coneily
Kappa Sigma came out of a
year’s retirement as the third best
handball minded and skilled organ
ization on the campus to face the
Phi Psis yesterday in their first
match for 1935 supremacy. Ap
parently they had lost little if any
of last year's zip, for they whipped
the Phi Psis three times in as
Displaying an air of supremacy
and experience in the “swatting
box,” George Kotchik, first rank
single courtman for Kappa Sig,
slipped the pill to Don Parks after
touching bottom himself in the
opening game of the match. The
score was 19-21, 21-2, 21-2.
Howard Bobbitt, Kappa Sig ace
in the second rank singles, over
threw Bill Van Damm, dark-haired
Phi Kappa Psian, in rapid time,
In the doubles event snow-topped
Grant Eade and Harry Lucas over
turned the tables on Ed Meserve
and Gil Wellington, Phi Psi team
sters, 21-16 and 21-6.
Sigma Phi Epsilon fought its
way into the semi-finals by spill
ing the A.T.O.’s in two events in
three. The contest marked the
third straight S.P.E. victory, the
previous wins being over Gamma
hall and Alpha hall.
Les Hollenbeck, Sigma Phi jun
ior, scored one of the most lumin
ous triumphs of the afternoon in
his one-sided defeat of “Howitzer
Howie" Patterson, Alpha Tau
Omega first rank singler, 21-6,
21-10. Hollenbeck's tallies were
mostly scored on dead killers and
However, Bob Avison, A.T.O.
second rank artist, polished the
maple with Ed Schlesser by a 21-6,
The S.P.E. house, presently rank
ing third in the all-year intramural
race, captured the day's contest in
the decisive doubles match, in
which Ken Lottridge and Bob Fo
ley disposed of the heavy-set Al
pha Tau Omega duet,, A1 Davis
and shotputting Clyde Walker,
Due to an error in yesterday’s
Emerald it was mistakenly writ
ten that the Sammies had defeated
the Pi Kaps in their second round
handball contest. Instead of Vic
tor Rosenfeld defeating Marvin
Janak, the exact opposite was true.
This reversal gives the Pi Kaps
credit for the win, two matches to
Hayward Will Stage
Big Relay Carnival
Later This Quarter
Coach Sets March 16 as Date; Entry List
Closes January 2d; Events Are
Open to All Athletes
An all-campus relay carnival open to any student in the Univer
sity will be one of the feature events on the winter term sports calendar.
’I lie cinder meet will be held on March 16, it was annuonced yesterday
by Colonel Bill Hayward, Oregon track coach.
Track lettermen and numeral winners will be eligible to compete
in the 1935 carnival. For this reason, the races will not be staged
according to intramural rules which prohibit runners who have received
awards for service on either the Frosh or Varsity cinder squads from
competing in the meet.
Can He Repeal?
Coach Bill Iloiriharl is wonder
ing if Bill Harcornbe, pictured
above, can repeat his unexpected
strength he showed here against
the W. S. C. Cougars when the
teams meet January 21 and 22
Barker Gives Library
3 Japanese Volumes
Three volumes by Dr. N. Nat
sunami, distinguished Japanese ed
ucator and diplomat, have been
presented to the University of Ore
gon library by Burt Brown Barker,
university vice-president, it was
announced here today by M. H.
The books are titled “Immunity
of State Ships," “Collision War
ship vs. Merchant Vessel," and
“Report of the Japanese Maritime
Law Association." The first two
are in English, and the third is
mainly in Japanese. They will be
very valuable for reference, partic
ularly on maritime law, it is stated.
Dr. Natsunami, with whom Mr.
j Barker became acquainted in Ja
pan recently, is a member of the
Imperial Academy, president of the
National Association of University
Professors in Japan, and was vice
president of the International Mar
itime London Conference.
Must (Shift Events
Number winners will be per
mit ted to enter only the event in
which they earned their award,
while Uittermen must take part
only in an event other than the one
which they regularly run.
A committee of three “O" track
sters has been appoined by Bob
Wagner, captain, to determine the
events in which the lettcrmen will
be allowed to race. The committee
consists of Bob Beckley, Bud Shoe
make, and Arne Lindgren.
Entry lists for the meet will
close on January 28. Practice ses
sions will start on that day. All
entrants must workout at least
three times weekly in order to
qualify for the carnival. The cinder
men will receive tests in actual
competition each Saturday after
noon when trial races will be held
between squad members.
Trophies will be presented to the
organization represented by the
runners winning each race.
Following is the list of events
for the tournament: 440-yard re
lay; one-mile relay; sprint medley,
consisting of two 110-yard, one
220-yeard, and one 440-yard
dashes; and the distance medley,
composed of the 220- 440, 880K,gnd
Tall Men Wanted
By Vandal Coach
MOSCOW, Idaho, Jan. 17.—
(AP) -Coach Rich Fox tonight
looked over some of his bigger boys
in preparation for the University
of Idaho’s basketball tilt with the
larger University of Oregon play
ers here Friday and Saturday.
Among the first to come under
his eye was Merle Fisher, guard,
who played about a minute against
Washington State last week. A
six footer, Fisher works well with
Wally Geraghty, guard, in a pass
Harold Klumb, six-foot three
center, is about certain to start,
along with Norman Iverson, for
•NKZ SDK’ (JETS WHITER
Patricia Neal, sophomore in
English, has been added to the
business staff of the Emerald, it
was announced by Grant Thuem
mel, business manager, yesterday.
She will aid in writing the Sez
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Trip Off if Irregular
Traveling Squad Is Cut to
Possibility that the freshman
basketball team would not go to
Klamath Falls today was expressed
last night by Coach Gene Shields.
Heavy snows have thrown trains
completely off schedule and if reg
ular service is not certain by this
morning the southern trip will bo
The traveling squad, in case the
trip is i_ic, which originally was
made up of 15 yearling hoopmen
has been cut to 8. They are: Dave
Silver, Jack Stafford, Ford Dan
ner, Bob Austin, Vernon Moore,
Bill Dick, Dale Lasselle, and A1
Kegsdale. Lee Canessa, one of the
regular guards, is laid up with a
turned ankle and will not make the
Fresh from their startling vic
tory over the Irish Cash store five,
the University of Oregon Duckling
hop squad will find they have a
tough battle on their hands when
they meet the Klamath Falls
high school five tonight. It was
Klamath Falls and Astoria who
met for the state championship
last year, with Astoria out on top
with a slight margin. With prac
tically tlie same outfit who played
in this game, the southern team
will present a smooth-working
five against the Frosh.
Coach Gene Shields picked a
traveling squad yesterday at their
final work-out. These men will
leave on the noon train for the
south, arriving there a few hours
before game time. They will return
Shields was extremely pleased at
the showing his men made in the
last game with the Irishers. Play
ing a head-up brand of ball, the
five composed of Jack Stafford and
Bob Austin, forwards; Dave Silver,
Center; Vernon Moore and Bill
Dick, guards; will probably start
This was the same outfit that
entered the last Irish game and in
the middle of the second period of
play, came from behind, got in
front and stayed there for the re
mainder of the game to emerge
victorious by a 26 to 25 score.
Silver, pivot man, and Stafford
at forward were both extremely ef
fective in this game, scoring more
than half the team’s points. Silver
led in the final game with a total
of 13 points, with Stafford right
on his tracks with a total of 11
This year’s team presents a
much diferent aspect in regards
to the average freshman team. In
stead of relying on long distance
shooling at the basket, the five
puts up a good offensive play and
works the ball in to the basket,
and generally makes them.
Silver has been on the working
end of most of their plays, and
with his tremendous heighth and
left-handed hook shots, he has ac
counted for most of his team’s
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