uni.Hin.iii.iimmini.: n Fijis Slap Phi Delts, Grab Title RoblinAII CoastChoice ALL-COAST SELECTIONS (United Press) LE Ferguson (Cal.) FT Stamm (Stanford) LG Taylor (Stanford) C Harrison (Wash.) )iiG Lescoulie (UCLA') KT lianducci (Stan.) RE Susoeff (VVSC) Q Waterfield (UCLA) RH Kohi'in (Oregon) X-H Me Cardie (USC) F Kennedy (WSC) Dick Strife Manske (Pre-F) Stamm (Stan.) Khea (Oregon) Harrison (Wash.) Kuetz (Pre-F) Verry (USC) Beals (S. Cl.) Falaschi (Pre-F) Freitas (S. Clara) McCardle (CSC) Kennedy (VVSC) John YVarren Manske (Pre-F) VVickett (OSC) Khea (Oregon) Harrison (Wash.) Seixas (USC) Verry (USC) Susoeff (WSC) Falasclii (Pre-F) Mclnnis (OSC) McCardle (USC) Kennedy (WSC) Emerald Manske (Pre-F) Finlay (UCLA) Taylor (Stan.) Harrison (W) . Ruetz (Pre-F) Banducci (St.) Nowling (Ore.) Waterfleid (UCLA) Roblin (Ore.) McCardle (USC) Kennedy (YVSC) By FRED BECKWITH That hodge-podgery of gridiron selections above is a chart of four All-Coast selections made by prominent and peerless pigskin prognosticators. Some of the other football ex perts on the coast had not yet se lected their favorite moleskinners as we went to press. Of interest to Oregon, is the mention cf three members of this year’s varsity on the All-Coast selections. Tommy Roblin was the picker’s choice for the right half berth, indicating that the se lectionists realized his all-around backfield ability. “Scrappy” Rhea battled for the left guard position, having competition from Stan ford’s Chuck Taylor. Russ Now ling was one of the candidates for’ the right end spot. It is interesting to note that three men were unanimously se lected by the sportsmen: Walt Harrison, dynamic Washington pivot-man, Mickey McCurdle, TJSC scat back, and Boomin' Bob Kennedy, Washington State full back. Ed Manske, St. Mary's Burly Bob Kennedy Still Coast’s Scoring Big Wig Alertness on the part of Washington’s goal line defenders kept Burly Boh Kennedy, Washington State’s All-American pile driver, from the dulcet touchdown land of milk and honey, but Burly Bob isn’t weeping. He still is head and shoulders above the rabble, namely the other scoring lions of the loop who are panting in the distance. The 200-pound Cougar powerhouse has rung the bell for 69 coun tersters in 9 games which gives him a neat 21-point advantage over his nearest of scoring kin, Kandall (Buck) Fawcett, Stanford’s leath er-toting wizard, and Joe (Great) Day, OSC's fullback terror. Both have registered 48 points. Fourth place is still being cuddled by Joltin’ Jim Jurko vicli, Cat's now - you - see - him - now - you - don’t half back, with 39, to his credit. Stanford lays claim to the last member of the big' scoring five in the person of Ward Sheller. who has amassed 30 points in ten contests. 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French students at Lousiana State university have collected enough money from their own group tQ buy an ambulance for the Free French forces. The am bulance will bear the name of the university. The Reveille FOR GOOD ICE CREAM for CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS It's the most welcome dessert for your Christmas Party Go to 54 10th 4V ‘A’ Volleyball Tiara Annexed byPhiGams Climaxing; a sustained and de termined drive which carried them unscathed through a rig orous six-game scramble, the Fi jis today perched atop the “A” league volleyball heap as 1942 champs. The victory, executed over a stubborn Phi Delt club in three hair-elevating games, gave the triumphant Phi Gams enough points to assure them of a sub stantial lead over the whole in tramural set-up for the fall term. Wednesday’s clash was one of those good old fashioned spine tinglers of “meller-dramer” vin tage. The Fijis crept into the lead in the opening encounter, re pulsed a Phi Delt thrust, and emerged successful, 15 to 13. Number two encounter was a “horse of another color.”. The “barn boys” started out in slam bang fashion and at one time en joyed an 11 to 3 advantage, be fore the champs began to cook on all four burners. Once the Fi jis got rolling they tied up mat ters 14-all, only to drop by the wayside in the stretch, 16 to 14. Having once tasted the dul cet drippings of victory, the tenacious Phi Gams could not lie denied. Led by elongated Earl Sandness, in particular, but with the whole outfit lust ing for the win, the Phi Gams frolicked up to the “A” hoop throne, and plunked themselv^ in the plush cushion on tw wings of a 15 to 12 count. Ray (Spider) Dickson was the shining star in the Phi Delt at tack, even when their assault was on the wane. Roller Skating Everv Night, 7:30 to 10:30 For Party Reservation Thone 3250-J Paramount Skating Rink 25 W. 7th St. Eugene, Ore. 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