Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 05, 1938, Page Five, Image 5

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    277 Men Compete in Sigma Delta Psi Meet
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All-Coast Berths Go
To Johansen, Gale
Stanford's Luisetti,
Calderwood, and
Stoeffen Listed
Laddie Gale and Wally Johan
sen, pace-setters of the 1938 nor
thern division champion Duck quin
tet, were among the five players
listed by Coach John Bunn of Stan
ford as the all-coast basketball
team for the past season. Slim
Wintermute, towering Webfoot
cneter, was placed on the second
The selections were made by bas
ketball coaches in both northern
and southern division conferences
and given to Bunn. They will be
sent to the national basketball
rules committee to appear as the
official Pacific coast team in the
Spaulding sports guide.
. Gale earned a forward berth
along with all-American Hank Lui
setti. Art Stoefen took center posi
tion on the all-star team. Oregon’s
Wally Johansen and Stanford’s
Jack Calderwood were selected by
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Oregon Athletes
Defend National
Honors in Event
Sixteen Houses Will
Enter Squads for
Annual Test
Two hundred and seventy men
will go to the post at Hayward
field today when the annual Sig
ma Delta Psi intramural track
meet swings into action at 3:30
The contestants will represent
16 houses in the quest for intra
mural points and the national
championship. The winning times
made here will be sent to the na
tional meet for the national cham
Contestants must be on the field
at 3:30 today, and instructions
will be given at 3:40. The field
has been divided into nine squads,
and they will compete in rotation.
Threefold Aim
The- purpose of the meet is
threefold—it will count toward the
intramural championship, it will
be Oregon’s attempt to repeat its
national championship, and it will
determine those who pass Sigma
Delta Psi requirements. The meet,
i under the direction of Russ Cut
| ler, will be amply supervised by a
field of officials that almost rivals
the starting field in size.'
The field is almost twice as
i large as last year’s, and should
5 produce more than one new rec
i ord. Advices from national head
j quarters of the honorary state
that a trophy will be given to the
ten-man team that wins the na
tional meet. This means that the
best man in each of the ten events
will have his record sent to the
national competition, and the
school that aggregates the high
est marks wins the meet. The
trophy will be an additiojj to the
medals given the first, second, and
third-place men, and the all-around
open and closed championships
that Oregon won last year.
The contestants must supply
their own track shoes, and they
will be absolutely necessary in the
mile run and the hurdles. Tennis
shoes will do in other events, but
contestants without track shoes
will be seriously handicapped.
Orides Whitewash
Sigma Kappa Team
Louise Pursley Fans
Ten as Lasers Play
The Orides defeated Sigma Kap
pa, 9-0, in a one-sided game in coed
softball Wednesday afternoon. The
Orides had the advantage from the
start due to the fact that Sigma
Kappa fielded only five players.
It was a pitchers’ game through
out, Louise Pursley on the Orides
team striking out 10, and Irma
Helickson on the Kappa Sigma
team catching seven flies. The
Orides’ outfield and infield both
played consistent games, but Sig
ma Kappa managed to hold the
score down despite the lack .of
players. Two home runs were hit
by Martha Wodeage and one by
Catherine Luke, both of the Orides
Orides Sigma Kappa
B. Wodeage.2. Hunt
Seely.3. Booth
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M. Wodeage .1
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Warren Threatens
Baseball Shake-Up
Saturday Morning
In Corvallis
With the Oregon frosh-OSC rook
game but three days off, Coach
John Warren, freshman baseball
mentor, threatened a complete
shake-up in the Duckling team.
After a long practice sessions
held yesterday on the mud flats,
Warren indicated that he was
wholly dissatisfied with the show
ing of his freshman team. Unless
some of the regulars pull out of
their slump, the Duckling coach
threatened to start up-and-coming
second stringers.
Yesterday’s game with the
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Divot Team Invades
Vandal Cougar Land
Oregon’s six-man varsity golf squad left Eugene at 6:30 this morn
ing for Pullman, home of the golfing Cougar, where the two teams
tangle tomorrow for the only time this year in a 36-hole doubles and
singles match.
On Saturday the Webfoots move over to Moscow to mix with Uni
versity of Idaho. This will mark- the first time the Webfoots have
played Idaho in match play compe
tition for several years. Ordinarily
the on^y time these teams meet is in
the northwest conference playoffs
at the close of each season.
Bob Speer, Webfoot reserve for
two years, will at last see action
with the regulars when he plays in
No, 6 position this weekend. Speer
beat Lou Cook one-up yesterday in
an 18-hole match for the right to
play in the spot vacated by Ben
Hughes, regular, who is unable to
make the trip.
Cline Beats Near
One other challenge match this
week has produced anothre change
in the Webfoot linepp. Coach-cap
tain Walt Cline beat Doc Near one
up to move into No. 1 position for
the first time this season. Near
has guarded the top spot zealously
until Cline caught him off guard
this week.
In No. 2 spot is Near, and behind
him in order are Shelby Golden,
Bill Watson, Kirk Eldridge, and
Bob Speer.
No rest is in store for the Web
foots from now until the end of
the season. When they return from
Moscow the Webfoots will find the
barnstorming University of British
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32 E. 10th St.
Frosh Track Stars
Meet Books in Relay
Meet at Corvallis
Ducklings' First Meet of the Campaign Will
Have 440 Relay, Mile Relay, 880 Relay,
Three-Mile Relay, Medley Relay
A squad of 16 Oregon frosh sprinters and distance men travel to
Corvallis Friday to meet the Oregon State rooks in their annual relay
carnival. . 0
This will be the first meet the boys have participated in this season
thus far. The freshmen are at a slight disadvantage having had no
meets to show their strength and gain a little experience. It is the
first time many of the Ducklings have ever run in a relay event.
The first race to be run off will
be the 440-yard relay. Bob Keen,
Leland Lewis, Ehle Reber, and Bob
Diez will uphold the honors for the
Duckling aggregation. Each man
will run 110 yards.
Relay Team Named
The mile relay will be composed
of Galen Morey, Merle Hanscom,
Jim Griffith, and Ward Wilson,
with each running a 440.
The 880-yard relay will see Bob •
Keen, Ray Bond, Dwight Nott, and
Bob Diez running a 220 each. Bond
is the latest addition to the frosh 1
In the three-mile relay Howard
Hall, Eddie Adams, Earl Maynard,
and Hugh Simpson will run. Hall
and Adams will each run an 880,
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