Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 17, 1938, Page Five, Image 5

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    Phi Psis, ATOs, DUs,
Gamma, Comets All
Win in Softball Tilts
SAEs Blanked by Bill Tones; Alpha Hallers
Crushed by Hotelmen, 25 to 6; Canard
Club, Betas, Campbell Lose -
Gamma hall made its bid for championship mention when it
knocked Beta Theta Pi out of the loop lead and the division intramural
race with a resounding- 13 to 4 victory.
( The hallmen took advantage of eight Beta errors and 10 hits off
Les Weschkul and Don Turner to waltz away with the victory. They
jumped on Weschkul for six runs in the first, and merrily continued
pounding out markers off Turner.
The Bets got to Bob Engelke for two runs in the first and added
one each in the next two innings
but he coasted in with the vic
The win was the G-men’s second
in as many starts, and was the
Betas first set-back.
Summary: R H E
Gamma .13 10 2
Beta . 4 8 8
Batteries: Engelke and Loeffler;
Werschkul, Turner and Leonard.
ATO 25, Alpha Hall 6
Alpha Tau Omega buried Alpha
hall under an avalanche of scores
yesterday, 25 to 6.
The hallmen started out in the
best fashion by pounding Ander
son for six runs in the first on four
hits and two errors, but the ho
telmen caught them with an 8-run
barrage in their half, then contin
ued to pound Wines for nine more
in the second to put the game on
ice, although they added eight
more in the two remaining inn
The ATOs collected only 15 hits
off Wines, but were helped mate
rially by 13 Alpha errors. Ander
son limited the hallmen to five
The win kept ATO tied with the
Comets for second place in their
division race, and made them pos
sible contenders for the crown.
Summary: R H E
ATO . 25 15 2
Alpha . 6 5 13
Batteries: Anderson and Mit
chell; Wines and Newcomb.
DU 16, SOE 0
Delta Upsilon swept on its un
defeated way yesterday, pounding
out a 16 to 0 victory over the fal
tering Sigma Alpha Epsilon out
The DUs won easily, and Bill
Jones, ace hurler on the campus,
finished under wraps in prepara
tion for a city league game last
night. He set the losers down with
four scattered hits while his team
mates were rocking Joe Huston
for 14 safeties which they coup
led with five SAE errors to take
the game.
The DUs started off with six
runs in the first, and' scored in ev
ery .-ianing1, -culminating it with
five - in the fourth.
The victory keeps the DUs’ vic
tory- record spotless, and drops
SAE. deep into the second division.
. Summary: R H E
SAE ... ....:.. 0 4 5
DU . 16 14 2
Batteries: Huston and Ebright;
Jones and Grabb, DeCicco.
Prink Callison After
Long Beach JC Job
Oregon’s ex-head man on the
coaching staff, Prince “Prink” Cal
lison has applied for the position of
football coach at Long Beach jun
ior college," vacated this year by
Harry Mac'on.
-“Prink,” three USC grads, and
Joe Forbes from Occidental college
have all applied for the position.
Phi Psis 15, Canard Club 9
Phi Kappa Psi defeated Canard
club, 15 to 9 yesterday, in a wild
free-scoring- affair.
The Phi Psis jumped on Art
Jacobson for five runs in the first,
but Canard came back to score
seven in the second and go into
i the lead. It didn’t last long, as
the Phi Psis pushed over eight the
next inning, then added a pair to
put the game on ice.
The game was anything but a
pitcher’s battle, with neither team
having much support. The Phi
Psis collected 15 hits off Jacob
sen, while the clubmen gathered
nine off Hutchens.
Summary: R H E
Canard ... 9 9 4
Phi Psi .*.;.15 15 3
Batteries: Jacobsen and Berger;
Hutchens and Carlson. •
Comets 17, Campbell 2
Campbell Co-op was knocked
far out of the division race as they
bowed to the reviving Comets yes
terday, 17 to 2.
Ed Wheelock blanked the Co-op
men until the fourth when they
pushed across a run, but his team
mates were giving him a comfort
able lead as they pounded Larson
| for 10 hits. They took advantage
of his wildness to get eight walks
which, coupled with four errors,
meant the game.
Wheelock allowed Campbell six
hits and walked four. The victory
keeps the Comets tied with ATO
for second place in their division.
Summary: R H E
Campbell . 2 6 4
Comets .17 10 3
| Batteries: Larson and Hyton;
! Wheelock and Butler.
Three Oregon Men
Rate National Group
Three Oregon men, Leanard
Hicks, Willard Myers, and Lloyd
Sullivan have passed the entrance
requirements of Sigma Delta Psi,
national athletic fraternity, and
are now eligible to become mem
bers of the fraternity, according to
Russ Cutler, PE instructor.
To become members, the men
had to pass requirements in 15 ath
j letic contests, as well as have a
certain scholastic average. The
men all passed the tests, and will
become pledges to the honorary.
The athletic tests included the
Frosh Defeat
(Continued from page four)
ors clouting one over the bank and
lifting up a three-bagger. Hamer
and White, also of the frosh, col
lected two hits for their average.
Specht was the only rook to hit
two safeties.
Rooks . 7 4 4
Frosh . 14 12 5
Orides will play Kappa Kappa
Gamma Thursday afternoon at j
4:30 in Gerlinger field. The win
ners of the two semifinals j
games will play at 5 o’clock
Thursday for the championship
Freshman Golfers
Trounce OSC Rooks
Cliff Smith Medalist!
With 70-72, Naylor
Low for Babes
The frosh golfers took a six
man 36-hole golf match from the
OSC rooks Saturday over the Lau
relwood course by taking 16 of the
27 points.
The rooks gave the frosh a much [
stiffer battle than they expected.
The rooks were only two points be
hind after the morning singles and
had the frosh worried about the
winning combination for the
doubles in the afternoon.
Cliff Smith, No. 1 man on the
frosh squad, was medalist with a
70-72, two strokes under the course!
par. Naylor was low for the rooks
with a 71-76.
Oregon Score Pts.
Smith . 72 3
Davis . 77 2
Hickey. 83 1
Keller . 79 0
Stone . 78 iy2
Tustin..81 2V2
Rooks Score Pts.
Carson . 76 0
Hunter . 79 1
Kennedy . 79 2
Naylor . 76 3
Peake . 78 11/2
Turner . 84 y2
Doubles, frosh: Points
Smith-McMillan . 3
Keller-Stone . 3
Rooks Points
Carson-Kennedy .. 0
Naylor-Hunter. 3
Turner-Peake . 0
i 100-yard ash, 120-yard high hur
dles, high jump, broad jump, shot
put, football kick, baseball throw,
javelin, mile run, rope climb, 100
yard swim, tumbling, and posture.
High-Powered Duck
In Corvallis Affair
Three - Week Dual Meet Campaign Finishes
Saturday With Robinson in Limelight
Again; Team Gets Mythical Title
With Mack Robinson regaining his winning stride, University of
Oregon’s sophomore-powered track and field forces climaxed a three
week dual meet campaign Saturday with a comparatively easy 7314 to
57 y2 win over their traditional rivals, the Oregon State Beavers.
The victory over the Beavers, following closely upon successive
wins over the best Washington and Washington State could muster,
gave the gallant Webfoots the mythical dual meet title of the north
Track Summary
Mile run—Won by Mitchell, Ore
gon; Mackin, Oregon, second; Gil
pin, OSC, third. Time, 4:32.9.
440-yard run—Won by Teats,
OSC; Hampton, OSC, second;
Funk, OSC, third. Time, :50.4.
100 yards—Won by Robinson,
Oregon; Buck, Oregon, second;
(new dual meet record).
120-yard high hurdles—Won by
Mandic, OSC; Carlson, OSC, sec
ond; Weston, Oregon, third. Time,
Javelin—Won by Brown, Ore
gon; Adams, Oregon, second; Mor
rison, OSC, third. Distance, 193
feet 3 inches.
880-yard run—Won by Storli,
Oregon; Schriver, Oregon, second;
Lewis, OSC, third. Time, 1:58.3.
Shotput—Won by Spencer, OSC;
Rach, Oregon, second; Holland,
Oregon, third. Distance, 43 feet
6 1-2 inches.
Pole cault—Won by Hanson,
Oregon; Varoff, Oregon, second;
Bohei, OSC, third. Height, 13 feet.
220-yard' dash—Won by Robin
son, Oregon; Leslie, OSC, second;
Fun, OSC, third. Time, 21.9.
Broad jump—Won by Robinson,
Oregon; Lowery, OSC, second;
Funk, OSC, third. Distance 22 feet
10 inches.
High jump—Won by Dufresne,
OSC; Spencer, OSC, second; Har
ris, OSC and Shipley, Oregon, tied
for third. Height 6 feet 2 1-4 inch
Two-mile run—Won by Barker,
Oregon; Lyle, Oregon, second; Mc
Cormack, OSC, third. Time, 9:50.
220-yard low hurdles—Won by
Buck, Oregon; Carlson, OSC, sec
ond; Buckley, OSC, third. Time,
Discus—Won by Holland, Ore
gon; John, OSC, second; Culp,
OSC, third. Distance, 142 feet.
Mile relay—Won by Oregon
State (Funk, Leslie, Hampton and
reats). Time, 3:24.
* _
Robinson, Oregon’s colored cy
clone, entered but three events and
won them all. He whipped over the
century in 9.7 seconds to break the
dual meet record. The former rec
ord was 9.8 seconds, held jointly by
Paul Starr of Oregon, John Baker
of Oregon State, Tyrell Lowrey of
Oregon, and Hal Higgins of Ore
gon State.
Mack Wins Easily
Dusky Mack won as he pleased
in the furlong, loping home in the
time of 21.9, and then jumped 22
feet 10 inches to take five points
in the broad jump. Robinson led
Bob Leslie of Oregon State by
fully 25 feet in the 220, and his
teammate, Jim Buck, and Leslie
by 10 in the century.
Oregon might well have won by
a larger margin but Colonel Bill
Hayward, Webfoot coach, with
drew some of his stars from sev
eral events.
Grant Swan’s Beavers captured
only 5 of the 14 events—the high
jump, 440 relay, shot put, and
high hurdles. The Orangemen
scored a sweep in the 440 as the
trio of Grant Teats, Eill Hampton,
and Aaron Funk came in only inch
es apart. Benny Dufresne won
the high jump with a leap of 6
feet 2% inches.
Twins Win
Oregon’s distance “twins,” Don
Barker and Bob Mitchell, came
through in separate events, Bar
ker won the two-mile while Mit
chell romped home a tvinner in
the mile to earn his letter.
Rod Hansen, Hayward’s sopho
more vaulter, surprised the faith
ful clearing the bar at 13 feet to
beat out George Varoff. Varoff
went 12 feet 6 inches and then
withdrew, favoring his injured leg.
Boyd Brown, Oregon’s undefeat
ed javelin thrower, flipped the
spear 193 ¥eet 3 inches to win
agains as his teammate, Hal
A.dams, took second. •
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