Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, February 28, 1936, Page Three, Image 3

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    Hired Swimmers?
Thrills, spills, and color by the bushel are on the menu
this week at McArthur court, where the annual Lane
county "B” league basketball tournament is being played.
Read Emerald accounts..
Charles Paddock, sports editor.
Pat Frizzell, associate editor.
Tom McCall, Quacks editor.
Reporters: Ben Back, Gale Putnam, Hubard Kuokka,
Bill Van Dusen, Wendell Wyatt, Bruce Currie.
Coed reporters: Joan Gulovson, Helen Calkins.
Final Civil War’
° o
Fracas of Season
Set for Corvallis
Oregon Plans Surprise
For Title-Contending
Staters; Hobson Will
Start Same Five
Oregon's rejuvenated varsity
basketball team will take its final
crack at the title - contending
Beavers of Oregon State in a game
which has definite bearing on the
northern division race at Corvallis
tonight. Opening tip-off is at 7:30
To Oregon State championship
chances tonight’s struggle is vital
ly important. If the Beavers lose
tonight they can do no more than
tie Washington for the conference
crown, even should they grab both
games from the Huskies in the
decisive series at Seattle next
week. An Oregon State win over
the Webfoots will put the Staters
in position to take undisputed pos
session of the title by winning both
tilts at Seattle.
Webfoots Inconsiderate
The Webfoots are not consider
ing Oregon State pennant hopes
and will be out there to even their
season’s series with their ancient
arch-rivals. Slats Gill’s crew leads,
two games to one, at present.
Howard Hobson and his players
feel that a split in “civil war”
competition will mean at least a
fairly successful year. They are
aware of the fact that the only
series they have definitely lost thus
far is to Washington and that they
have a chance to break even or tie
for the winter with all other teams.
Coach Hobson plans to start the
same lineup that gave the Beavers
such a terrific battle before going
under, 2S to 26, here last week.
That quintet was the smoothest to
perform in a Webfoot suit since
early season, and the lads feel that
with a little more luck they
would have dropped the Beavers.
Same Five to Start
The five expected to open are
Sam Liebowitz and Dave Silver,
forwards; Chuck Patterson, center;
and Budd Jones and Rollie Rourke,
guards. Hobson said yesterday that
he might use any of four other
men during the evening and might
possibly start one or more of them.
Johnny Lewis, Ken Purdy, Chief
McLean, and Ray Jewell are the
quartet of reserves due for action.
Jewell has been coming fast of
late and may be given a chance
to check Oregon State’s Cliff Folen,
whose scoring sprees have played
havoc with the Ducks in three
other encounters. McLean and
Purdy are the speedboys and are
likely to be inserted in the lineup
if the fast breaking offense begins
to bog down.
Beavers Consistent
For Oregon State it will be the
five which has started virtually
every game this season — Wally
Palmberg and Hub Tuttle at for
wards, Earl Conkling at center,
and Bob Bergstrom and Folen at
guards. The Staters have sunk or
swam with this combination all
year and their consistent record
shows it to be a successful outfit.
Opponents have about given up
hope of seeing the day when Wally
Palmberg’s scoring dashes w'iil be
halted, but the Webfoots are plan
ning to try again tonight. It is
doubtful if anyone can stop the
inimitable Astoria dervish, who has
piled up 137 points in 13 games,
but always there is hope. Liebow
itz, who guarded him as well as
any human could have last Satur
day. only to see the sensational
southpaw roll in 10 points, will
draw the thankless task again.
Palmberg needs an average of 10
points in each of his three remain
ing contests to break Bobby Galer’s
all-time northern division scoring
record of 136 points, set in 1934.
Sex oral Close Careers
Other checking assignments will
probably find Rourke on Tuttle,
Patterson on Folen. Budd Jones on
Bergstrom, and Silver on Conkling.
Tonight will mark the final ap
pearance in his home state for
Palmberg and also for Folen Berg
First Baseball
Practice Call
Is Next Week
Lewis Only Regular Left
For Infield; Pitchers
Headed by McFadder
University of Oregon varsitj
baseball candidates will answei
the first call of Howard Hobson
new Webfoot diamond tutor, next
week. Batterymen will be request
ed to report to Hobson at that
time for opening sessions inside
McArthur court. Organized team
workouts will not start until the
close of basketball season.
Hobson is faced with the task of
rebuilding his entire infield, with
the exception of third base. Only
Johnny Lewis, who took over the
third base spot in his sophomore
year last season and completed one
of the most brilliant inner quar
tets ever to play in the northern
division, is the only veteran regu
lar. Mark DeLaunay, sophomore
third sacker in 1934, is also due to
report this spring.
Ilest of Infield Gone
The rest of the infield that
burned up the league in ’35 is gone.
Joe Gordon and Ray Koch, short
stop and second baseman, have
graduated into professional ranks,
and Harry McCall, guardian of the
initial bag, has graduated.
Don McFadden, leading college
pitcher in the Northwest for the
last two years, will return for a
final fling and around him Hobson
will build his mound corps. Two
other lettermen. Cece Inman and
Herb E'oulk, are also expected to
report. Foulk is not in school at
present, but is expected to re-enter
spring term. Bob Millard, sopho
more southpaw, is another out
standing prospect for the hurling
McLean Is Catcher
John Thomas, reserve backstop
last year, and Chief McLean,
transfer from Southern Oregon
normal, will fight it out for the
first string catching berth.
Andy Hurney and Ralph Amato
are holdover outfield lettermen.
Bill Courtney, transfer from
Southern Oregon, is in line to take
over the center field position va
cated by Maury Van Vliet.
Webfoot teams have won the
northern division championship for
two consecutive years.
strom and Wilbur Kidder of the
OSC squad. It will be the last for
Budd and Willie Jones, Patterson,
and Rourke.
The Webfoots believe that a
victory over Oregon State tonight
will go a long way toward begin
ning a spell of supremacy over the
Beavers. They reason that three of
the State's regulars are seniors
and think that a win tonight will
be an omen of victory for next
Oregon 35, O.SC 35
Since the Pacific coast'confer
ence was formed Oregon and Ore
gon State have clashed on the
maple court 70 times and the
teams are exactly on even terms
for that period, each with 35 wins.
The Oregon State men’s gym
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will help you ward oft
colds and I lie flu.
Get your shoes resoled
today, during the rainy
Guurds the Unguardable
Sammy Liebowitz, Oregon forward, who has been assigned the unpleasant task of checking Wally
Palmberg in tonight’s “civil war” game at Corvallis.
Libe Construction
Work Continues
Concrete for Roof Poured;
South Side Steel Posts
Have Been Built
Considerable work has been done
on the new libe since the first of
the week, it was revealed in a sur
vey yesterday.
The roof slab of reinforced con
crete has been poured as have the
columns for the third floor. The
workmen are now in the process
of laying out the tile partitions be
fore starting the tiling proper.
Steel stack posts for the second
floor of the stack room on the
south side of the building have
been put up and the reinforcing
steel laid, which straightens the
stacks and holds them in place.
Dudley Field
On the Campus
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Metal conduits for electric wirin:
are also In place.
Infirmary on Way
At the new infirmary steel ba
joists instead of the conventiona
wooden ones, are being put up ii
preparation for concrete pouring
which according to present plan;
will be Friday. Reinforcing stee
has also been put in the columns
which supjport the second floor.
The old handball courts, former
ly a part of the men’s gym am
since removed to another location
will be used as a general ware
house. Carpenters are working oi
the building, shaping the interio:
and boarding up the ground leve
on the outside.,
r Dr. Caswell Gets
Japanese Book
1 A copy of a scientific journal
1 from the Hokkaido imperial uni
’ versity in Sapporo, Japan, lias just
I been received by Dr. A. E. Cas
, well, head of the physics depart
ment. The journal contains data
■ on the formation of artificial frost
1 crystals and their relation to snow
, crystals. It would be of interest to
■ anyone experimenting in this field,
i according to Dr. Caswell, but to
‘ his knowledge there is no such
l work in progress on this campus
at the present time.
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‘B’ League
Teams Reach
Pleasant Hill, Oakridge',
Lowell and Thurston
Take Igloo Tilts
Competition in the “B'1 league
high school basketball tournament
at McArthur court grew hotter
yesterday as quarter-final games
were played and tight battles de
Oakridge, Pleasant Hill, Lowell,
and Thurston reached the semi
final round in the boys' division
with victories, and in the girls’ di
vision Oakridge, Mohawk, Vida,
and Creswell battled into the round
of four.
Creswell Scores ITpsel
Outstanding upset of the day's
play saw a fighting Creswell girls’
team edge out Santa Clara, final
ist last year, in a hair-raising
thriller, 19 to 18. The game was a
donneybrook from start to finish
and had the Igloo walls resound
ing with the uproar of a scream
ing mob.
Pleasant Hill’s speedy boys’
quintet, tournament favorite, ad
vanced with an easy 32-to-ll win
over Coburg. The Hill Billies will
meet Lowell, which edged out Ma
pleton, tonight. The Mapleton
hoopsters, conquerors of a favored
Lorane team yesterday, put up a
fierce battle, and lost to Lowell by
a slim two-point margin, 29 to 27.
Oakridge Wins
Oakridge, defending champion,
nosed out Elmira in another thrill
er, 27 to 24, and in the fourth
boys’ championship game Thurs
Palmberg Holds
Lead in Northern
Division Scoring
Wally Palmberg, Oregon State’s
unstoppable scoring specialist, is
far in the lead of all northern divi
sion point collectors with a total
of 147 in 13 games.
Ed Loverich, University o t
Washington forward, has run up
124 points, but has played 14 con
tests. Sam Liebowitz is still Ore
gon's leading scorer with 78 points
in 11 starts.
Ivar Nelson, Washington State;
Merle Fisher, Idaho; and Earl
Conkling, Oregon State, are bat
tling for the dubious honor of pac
ing the loop in fouls committed.
Nelson has 38. and his two com
petitors boast 37 each.
Northern division scoring lead
ers follow:
Palmberg, OSC .. 13 51 45 15 14 7
Loverich, Wash. .. 14 55 14 22 124
Bishop, Wash. 14 46 31 22 123
Wagner, Wash. .. 14 48 18 35 114
Holstine, WSC .... 13 37 28 30 102
Geraghty, Idaho .. 13 37 19 33 93
Liebowitz, Ore. .. 11 29 20 12 7S
Nelson, WSC . 13 27 29 38 83
Folen, OSC . 13 32 12 18 76
Tuttle, OSSC . 13 32 11 20 75
ton tripped Santa Clara, 26 to 20.
Oaluidge girls blanked Coburg.
18 to 0, and earned the right to
meet Vida, which piled up a 25 to
9 score over Blue River, today Mo
hawk defeated Triangle, 26 to 12,
after Triangle had won the play
off of last night's tie game with
Boys’ consolation games found
Blue River downing Crow, 20 to
15; Lorane drubbing Mohawk, 29
to 15; Creswell thumping Dprena,
33 to 12, and Triangle slapping
down Vida, 25 to 12.
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Duck Mermen
Meet Huskies
At Gerlinger
Jack Medica, National
Star, to Lead Attack
Of Washington
The University of Washington's
powerful swimming squad will
storm from the north for a dual
meet with Oregon's brilliant swim
mers Saturday in Gerlinger pool.
Starting time is 3 p. m.
The Washington squad boasts an
array of aquatic stars including
Medica, Hoskins, Caddy, and Dix
son. Jack Medica is recognized as
the greatest middle distance swim
mer in the world today.
Medica’s superb performances
during his three years of college
competition have marked him as
a sure Olympic contestant. Sport
authorities believe that he will win
at least one title for the United
States in the 1936 Olympics and
probably more.
Medica Olympic Star
Medica should play a leading
part in bringing America’s 800
meter relay team to the front at
these games. The Husky flash
swims the 440 yard free style in
4:42 and the 220 in 2:9.8.
Medica isn't the only good man
on the Husky team, however. Cad
dy and Hoskins will give the Web
foots something to worry about,
and Dixson is an outstanding back
stroke ace.
Webfoots Favored
The Webfoot swimmers will en
ter the meet as slight favorites
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