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Jones Flings No-Hitter for DUs Over Thetas
Theta Chi . 5 0
Kappa Sigs.4 1
Zeta hall .3 2
Sigma Chi . 1 3
Pi Kaps.1 3
Sherry Ross .0 5
DU . 5
Sigma Nu . 2
Sigma hall . 0
Sig Eps . 5 1 .833
Phi Gams . 3 2 .600
Omega hall . 3 2 .600
Chi Psi . 1 3 250
Sammies . 0 4 .000
Gamma hall . 4
Betas . 3
Canard . 2
Ptii Psi . 1
Delta Tau Delta. 1
Phi Sigs . 5 1 .835
Comets . 3 2 .625
ATO . 3 2 .625
\Ipha hall.1 3 .250
Campbell. 0 4 .000
Phi Sigs 7, ATOs 1. *
Delta Upsilon 4, Gamma hall 0.
Delta Upsilon 8, Phi Sigs 1.
Theta Chi 5, Sig Eps 4.
* Tuesday’s game:
Delta Upsilon 6, Theta Chi 0.
Victors Annex Don ut
Softball Honors, 6-1
Bill Jones, DU’s top flight hurler, was in top form yesterday as he
hurled his second no-hit, no-run game of the season, while striking out
17 Theta Chis to win the intramural softball championship, 6 to 0.
It was all Bill Jones as the husky hurler completely dominated the
fray with his sizzling fast ball. Jones struck out the first ten men to
face him. He walked the eleventh, and then struck out the next five in
Just 22 men faced Jones during the seven-inning affair, with 21
the lowest number possible.
Meanwhile the DUs were jump
ing on Wally McKenzie, Theta Chi
pitcher, for three runs in the sec
ond, two in thb fourth and the
sixth, and a final tally in the fifth.
Bill Zimmerman, Oregon tennis
star, led off in the second inning
with a long home run. Bill Jones
and Jack Weber, third baseman,
both scored a little later on Connie
In the fourth, Jones started the
rally which netted two runs. Bill
Mclnturff and Jim Timmins fol
lowed Jones with hits to score two
more runs for the DUs. Zimmer
man scored the other run in the
fifth after he had tripled.
It was the DU’s third straight
play-off victory. Friday he limited
Gamma hall to three hits and w’on,
4 to 0. Monday he gave up four
hits as the DUs defeated the Phi
Sigs, 8 to 1.
Summary: R H E
DUs.6 8 0
Theta Chis . 0 0 0
Jones and Grabb; McKenzie and
Theta Chi/5, SPE 4
In the semi-final round on Mon
day the Theta Chis defeated the
Sigma Phi Epsilon softballers, 5
McKenzie struck out 15 SPE
batters and allowed four hits, but
the Sig Eps were able to stretch
all these hits into runs.
Porky Andrews, the Sig Ep’s
mainstay in the pitcher’s role, al
lowed the Theta Chi’s six hits, but
issued nine walks.
Theta Chi.5 6
Sig Eps . 4 4
Phi Sigs Lose
In the other semi-final game Bill
Jones and Delta Upsilon beat the
Phi Sigs, 8 to 1. Jones allowed the
four hits and one run in the fifth.
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. He struck out nine batters, walked
none and eight Phi Sigs popped
out to the infield.
Nears Final Round
Two Enter Net Semis;
Archery and Golf
Move Toward End
Only a few days remain for all
i campus events to be played off.1
Gym equipment must be turned in
by May 27, according to announce
ment from the physical education
| Phil Bladine and Paul McBride
entered the semi-finals of the ten-'
nis singles. Bladine won easily
from Fred Rasor by scores of 6-1,
6-2. McBride defeated Bob Horn
ing, 6-3, 6-2. Russell Guiss moved
into the third round by turning
back Owen Miller, 7-9, 10-12. L.
Bean defeated Don Good and thus
advanced to the semi-finals where j
1 he will meet Paul McBride.
Don Good and Owen Miller will
oppose Scott Corbett and Ken Ship
ley for a position in the finals. Paul j
McBride and Bob Horning, who de
feated Galen Robbins and L. Bean,
6-2, 6-0, will meet the doubles team
of Calloway and Wood in the other;
R. Hardie entered the semi-finals
of all-campus archery by defeat
Duck Golfers Enter}
A four-man varsity golf team
will journey to Moscow, Idaho, ^
Thursday to get a crack at the
northwest conference champion- j
The golfing Ducks won the crown
when the meet was held in Seattle
| last year. Games played during the
I season have no bearing on the
I championship as it is settled with
, the tournament. The tournament
i is a 72-hole contest of medal play
for the entire team.
The four-man team that will play
for Oregon v/ill be Bill Watson,
Walt Cline, Doc Near, and Kirk El
Teams playing for the northwest
icrown will be: Washington, Wash-'
ington State, Idaho, Oregon State,
^and the University of Oregon.
Norma T. Johnson was announc
ed as the student having the high
est GPA in the frshmaen class.
Coed Rifle Team
Organizes and !
Draws up Plans
Club Will Function as
Separate Unit; New
University of Oregon women’s
rifle team was officially organized
as a separate club at a meeting
held last week with the election ot
officers for next year and perma
nent plans for the group drawn
The team organized officially
this year and as a governing body
will organize the club next fall by
throwing the membership of the
club open to an unlimited amount
of members who would be allowed
to wear the official emblem of the
. The team which will be com
posed' of 15 members in its full ca
pacity will reserve the right of
wearing the official uniform,
sweater and team emblem adopted
by the team at the meeting.
Officers elected for the coming
year are captain and president of
the club, Ruth Ketchum; lieutenant
or vice-president of the club and
manager of the varsity team, Dor
othy Burke; publicity director,
Barbara Stallcup. Miss Ruth Rus
sell is the faculty adviser for the
A return match with the Univer
sity of Washington is scheduled for
the team next year and plans for
meets with other schools are being 1
made. In addition to these, manyS
postal matches will be shot with!
ileading colleges and universities of
the United States.
ing Karl Koch.
Golf doubles has reached the
final stake with the team of Bob
Smith and George Schweiger pit
ted against Ken Shipley and John
Nelson for championship honors.
George E. Smith entered the
semi-finals of the golf singless
through a default by Fred Davis.
Ken Shipley stopped George Sch
weiger to earn a semi-final posi
tion. Bob Goodwin will meet Jack
Cosley, and John Nelson is listed
to play Bob Houghton in early
round competition. !
Every Suit a Nationally
George Varoff Picked
1939 Cinder Captain
On the eve of his departure for the University of California campus
where he and seven other Webfoot trackmen compete in the Pacific
coast conference track and field meet at Berkeley this Friday and Sat
urday, pole vaulter George Varoff was elected Oregon’s 1939 captain
by his team mates yesterday afternoon.
An Oregon trackman must i>e a two-year letterman to be eligible
for the captaincy of the squad, so only two Webfoots, George Varoff and
Crawford Lyle, were considered.
Varoff came to Oregon as a
freshman from California four
years ago. He showed great prom
ise as a vaulter during his frosh
year, but failed to return to school
the following year.
It was during this “leave of ab
sence” .that Varoff achieved na
tional recognition. During the
summer of 1936 he competed for
the Olympic ciub of San Francisco,
setting a new world’s record of 14
feet 6 inches. This record was later
broken by Earle Meadows and Bill
Sefton of California.
Varoff returned to school in 1937
and won every Northwest event in
addition to breaking the world’s in
door record. His mark of 14 feet
4 5-8 inches still stands.
This year, the blonde Russian
from San Francisco has been both
ered by a bad leg and until Satur
day failed to touch 14 feet. In the
northern division meet, he regained
his stride, jumping 13 feet 11 %i
inches, and barely missing at 14
FRENCH COURSE PLANNED
A twc-term course in first year
French for students entering the
University winter term will be of
fered next year by the romance lan
guages department for the first
time in three years.
The course offers six hours of
credits each term.
THANK you for the i
privilege of serving
you during the. past i
GOOD LUCK IN YOUR EXAMS |
See you next fall
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Phone 123 l
178 W. 8th !■
• To the grads — con
gratulations and lots
• To t h e undergrads.
Luck in your exams
and a pleasant vaca
• To those who will be
here for summer ses
sion . . . we will re
A coke at the “Side” will do wonders
to ease the strain of exam week.
MR. AND MRS. NEWT