Break Buckin’ Broncs Halfback-fullback-converter Jimmy Newquist joined Jay C* rayheal Tuesday as the second Oregon goal-kicker who lias provided the margin of victory in a football game since Tex Oliver took over the coaching duties four years ago. In 1938 Oregon nipped UCLA, 14 to 12, on Graybeal’s accurate conversions. Both of these games were marked by • violent verbal tiffs over the legality of one play. UCLA protested long and loud over the referee’s decision 4,hat Jackie jCubijisOii’.s knee (if our memory doesn’t fail us) Jhad touched the ground on a play that resulted in a touchdown. * , The Bruins still maintain that the play was good and they should have had three touchdowns instead of two. Crones Felt Robbed Tuesday, tin* Santa Clara coaches, players, and fans felt (and probably still do) that Dick Aslu-om's block of Ken Casanova on Tommy Roblin’s 71-yard runback of the punt tvas out-and-out clipping. We spent the first half in front of the Bronco bench earning our bread and beans as spotter for the Daily News cameraman, Jimmy Leonard. On this particular play we had tin* same view of the play as the Santa Clara coaches and the block looked very much like clipping. Ashcom Says No But Ashcom maintains that the block was legal and he is sure that the pictures will eliminate the doubts in the minds of the Bronco supporters. The view of the pla\ from the Santa Clara side of the field showed Ashcom’s legs across the back of Casanega's legs. But it appeared that his head and shoulders were in front of the would-be tackier and that makes it legal. Buck Shaw and A1 Ruffo. the Santa Clara line coach, were confident that the play would be called back and when the officials put the ball down for the conversion they were upset to say the least. Shaw and Ruffo removed Casanega from the game and con ferred with him on his opinion and after talking to him for a minute walked out to the sidelines to have a word with the referee, lie told them that he didn’t see the play and sent them hack to the bench. Shaw Irked Shaw seemed very much disturbed in the first .few min utes of the game about the number of penalties charged against the Broncs. When Frank Boyd was knocked down by Rube Thornton he was irked by the fact that Thornton didn't help Boyd as he jay on the ground. Shaw stood up and muttered, “Come on Rube, pick ’im up.’’ The Santa Clara coaching staff and players are much differ ent from those of Washington State. The Broncos don’t make half as much noise while on the bench as the Cougars. The atmosphere is one of business rather than sport. Short Shots (lathered from here and there: Tommy Tomerviclc, Pacific Lutheran “Little All-American,” has a good chance of becom ing the first collegiate player to amass 2000 yards in o,ny segsem. lie has accounted for 120.") yards in five games ami has three panics left to gather the needed yardage. Quote of the week: Sam Barry, Trojan coach, is reported to have moaned after the Stanford game, “It’s like trying to catch lightning in a bottle." No doubt he was referring to Albert and Kmetovic. SEE THIS GREAT DANCE COMBINATION FRED ASTAIRE RITA HAYWORTH 'YOU'LL NEVER GET RICH' ONE BIG UNUSUAL SHOW! 'SERGEANT YORK' Starring GARY COOPER and JOAN LESLIE Capture Blazing Aerial War By WALLY HUNTER In 1 ho brief moment of an afternoon Oregon’s Webfoots once more earned the right to have the word mighty tacked onto their name as they hewed and then broke the back of Santa CIara’3 Bronco 21 to 19, in Portland’s Multnomah Civic stadium Tuesday. For three quarters the Webfoots had the situation well in hand. They had it so well in hand that the first six minutes of the third quarter were gone aim tue stuie stood 21 to 0. Starting in the last half of the third and continuing through the fourth quarter the SC men laid down a barrage of passes that nearly sunk the high riding Ducks. Oregon first scored with four minutes remaining in the first period. The ball rested on the Santa Clara 43, and from here Tommy Roblin sizzled a pass to right end Russ Nowling, who was leveled on the 26. To di versify things a little, on the next play, Roblin again dropped back and fired a pass — this time to left end Tony Crish on the 12. Tough Tony perambu lated the rest of the way to the goal untouched. Newquist con verted—the first of the all-im portant extra points. Roblin Scoots Cocky Tom Roblin pulled one of his breakaway specials shortly following this to bring the sec ond score. Puntin’ man, A1 San tucci, lifted one of his specials down to Roblin who was biding his time on the 28-yard stripe. From here he will-o’-the-wisped his way through the maze of de fending Broncs to move into the coveted end zone. Conversion by Newquist score 14 to 0. As the second half came around the Santa Clarans get ting a little desperate began to fling passes and it was here that the Oregon pass defense stepped in. Big Red Iverson, who besides doing a swell job of blocking does a lot of pass intercepting, pulled himself into the middle of a pass thrown hy Freitas on the 50 and ambled to the 36-yard line before he was nipped from behind. Roblin Again Rob'.in was again in the driver’s seat when the Ducks scored again. Trapped behind his own lines he managed to get enough arm room to heave a pass to Ken Oliphant who trundled on down to the Bronc seven. From here Roblin pitched another one to Crish for the score. The Oregon scoring ended here as Newquist booted the conversion. Then Santa Clara started to roll and it was “bingo from the start and bar-the-door.” Oregon kicked off and a handful of plays later Freitas set his sights on Bradfield and tossed him a touch down pass. Oregon end, Russ Nowling who played a whale of a game, blocked the try for extra point. On the 14-yard line Freitas again floated one, this time to end A1 Beal, who scored. Val Cul well bored in to block the con version try. Beal again was the target for a Freitas pass in the final score of the game. He took the throw on the seven and with plenty of room to spare ambled over. Do??m* VoNeybaS! “B”LEAGUE 1:00 Phi Delts vs. Sigma Chi. Betas vs. Alpha hall. 1:20 ATO vs. Yeomen. Fijis vs. SAM. 5:20 Theta Chi vs. Phi Sigs. Kappa Sigs vs. SPE. Braun finally centered a kick for one Santa Clara extra point. Alt-Campus Sport Nears Final Play Competition in the all-campu3 tournaments is drawing close to the finish as many of the sports are nearing the finals. Ping pong is ahead of the field with Bob Whitely already having a spot in the finals. Rod Taylor is in the quarter-finals but must wait the results of the Ni Ail and J. Mann match as he must play the winner. Tennis singles is in the quarter final stage with three players waiting the completion of play. They are Whitaker, Gregos, and Loew. In the tennis doubles Gregos and Thoburn are leading the way, being safely in the finals waiting the rest of the field. In handball play, both in the doubles and singles, Chuck Cutler continues to show the way. He and L. Lang are in the quarter finals in singles, while in the dou bles, Cutler and his partner, Blair, are in the finals. w Paul Washke urges all contest ants to complete their matches as soon as possible as play is a week behind.