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UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1935
Winners of Southern
Title Take First
Defensive vs. Offensive to
CORVALLIS. Ore., March 7.—
f (AP)—The Oregon State college
basketball team rested today from
the stiff campaign it waged to go
into the coast conference cham
A- pionship play-off here Friday and
The University of Southern Cali
fornia team, southern division
champion, planned to dash onto
the court and limber up today fol
lowing their arrival from Los An
Coach Gill, who in his playing
days for Oregon State college was
all-coast guard one year and all
coast forward another, has drilled
all his players intensively in both
offensive and defensive tactics.
Without any one outstanding point
maker, all the Beaver players
whether regulars or substitutes
play an important part in the scor
The main defensive problem for
the Beavers will be to check Lee
Guttero, Southern California's sen
sationally rubber-legged center who
hovers around the basket dropping
in shots with either hand.
While Southern California has
the highest scoring combination in
the coast, Oregon State has the
most effective defense if records
iu the two divisions of the confer
ence are criterion.
Several special reserved seats in
the OSC-USC basketball champion
ship game tonight are still avail
able at the office of the graduate
manager in McArthur court, it was
announced last night by Thomas
Stoddard, assistant graduate man
Admission, for reserved seats,
will be $1.
You can always got
a good hair cut.
Corner lltli and Alder
Earl Thomson scores 198
In Hearst Shoot
Earl Thomson, captain of the
University of Oregon rifle team,
wrote a blazing finis on a colorful
four-year career yesterday when
he fired one of the highest scores
ever made in an American in
tercollegiate rifle match. Sergeant
Harvey Blythe believes that Thom
son’s score will top all individual
scores which will be handed in this
year in the Hearst five-man na
Thomson placed 18 of his 20
shots within the eighth inch bulls
eye at a distance of fifty feet, from
four positions. His marks were
perfect in the prone, kneeling and
sitting positions, while three of his
five standing shots were bullseyes
and the other two were inside the
High Team Score
Following the fine eample set
by Captain Thomson, the rifle
team turned in phenomenal scores
yesterday for a total of 965 which
Sergeant Harvey Blythe, coach, be
lieves will probably sweep aside
all opposition in the. Hearst Tro
phy, the national five-man shoot.
Although the scores of the sec
ond team were not exceptional,
Captain Thomson, with 198, Ken
BeLieu and W. R. Rice, 193, Norris
Perkins, 191, and B. J. Cross, 190,
scored eight points more yran the
University of Washington score
which took the shoot last year.
Tomorrow night, Oregon stu
dents will be treated to sights and
sounds of unusual quality. The
Senior ball, presented at Gerlinger
hall, presents the rich, mellow fla
vor of the old South. The music
is of national pi'ominence. The
night is promising.
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CORVALLIS. Oi., March 7.—
i AP i — Coaches selecting the
northern division coast conference
ali-star basketball team were
unanimous in naming Bob Galer of
University of Washington and
Wally Paimberg of Oregon State
as forwards and George Hibbard
of Oregon State a guard.
The coaches, at a meeting here,
named Willie Jones of University
of Oregon as center while W. Ger
aghty of Idaho and Clyde Wagner
of University of Washington re
ceived the same number of votes
for the other guard position. Earl
Conkling of Oregon State college
end Bishop of University of Wash
ington received scattered votes.
Art Taffe, sports publicity di
rector of Oregon State college, con
ducted the vote.
United action in building a “new
world” was the theme of the Stu
dent Christian council meeting held
at Westminster house yesterday.
The “new world” program includes
re-creation of the individual, home,
church, community, nation and
world. It will probably be launched
on the Oregon campus by a con
certed anti-war strike April 12 at
11 a, m. The Christian council was
unanimous in endorsing the strike
yesterday and further plans will
be laid next week.
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term. Publication will be resumed
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lecture given over KOAC at 8:35
tonight by Frederic S. Dunn, head
of the Latin department.
Call for Varsity
Three Lettermen Return to
A call for all varsity golf aspi
rants was issued yesterday by
Thomas Stoddard, coach, to meet
ai McArthur court Saturday after
noon at 1 o’clock.
Rules of competition, the size of
the squad, the explanation of the
schedule, and the drawings for the
qualifying rounds will comprise the
principal business of the meeting.
Initial Rounds Planned
The qualifying rounds have been
scheduled to get underway March
11 and will last until March 16 at
the Eugene Country club. Meets
have been arranged with Washing
ton, Oregon State, and Willamette
university. Mr. Stoddard revealed.
Lettermen returning from last
season are Jack Mulder, Ed Labbe
and Robert Miller. The return of
Leonard Anderson to the team will
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mores expected to turn out are:
Sid Milligan, Ford Young, Kenneth
BeLieu, and Arthur Ballah.
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