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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1944)
WALLY BORREVIK AND PAUL JACKSON
. . . are doing their all for the war effort. Borrevilt is varsity center for
the Ducks and Jackson is a lieutenant in the Marine Air Corps.
By BOB STILES
The Webfoots are now in the midst of heavy scrimmage
sessions preparing for the coming games. Soon they will face the
most intensive home stand of the season. In the next ten days
they will play five games on the home court and make one trip to
In the scrimmage sessions this week the team has had in
tensified drill. The lineups for the games will probably be much
different from the ones that have
previously taken the floor at the
starl of a game. Forwards will be
Danner, Humphreys, Bray, or Cav
Iness. Borrevlk will be at center.
Starling guards will probably be
Hamilton and leither Phillips or
Hen wood, but others that have
shown great promise lately are
Koeli, Huff, and Wimberly.
Washington played Washington
State last night minus the help of
their Navy-Marine trainees. The
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Navy ruled the veterans out of the
Friday night game. By this new
ruling the only Friday’s they can
play are the first and third of the
Tonight when the Air Corps and
the Engineers meet in their easaba
game we will learn what team is
tops among the ASTU’s on the
campus. This game should be one
of the most interesting played on
the campus this year.
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Air Corps, Engineers to Clash
Civilians to Meet
In Casaba Games
This will be a busy week for the
civilian basketball league. Games
will be played on both Wednesday
and Friday nights.
There have already been two
games played in the league and as
they are now under full swing,
there will be many games every
week in order to get them all play
ed before the term examinations
Games for this week will be:
Wednesday, February 15:
Bob Davis vs. Steiwer Boomers.
Mason’s Wonders vs. Campbell
Game time is 7:30.
Friday, February 17 S
Boyd’s vs. Mason’s Wonders.
Bob Davis vs. Ted Holmes.
Games to start at 7:30.
Campbell club vs. Steiwer Boom
8:15 is game time.
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at intermission will probably in
clude the Gettysburg address al la
Simpson, take-offs on campus in
habitants, and musical numbers.
A section of the main dance
floor, identified as the jitterbug
gers corner, will be marked of as
a rendezvous for all persons wish
ing to really get hep. A jitterbug
contest will be held during the
evening, with a group of “impar
tial and just judges” proclaiming
the winning hep-cats.
The Common Sense club at the
University of Texas was organized
last year to further campus in
terest in racial relations, improved
labor conditons and civil liberties
in wartime. The name was adopted
from the American Revolutionary
pamphlet written by Thomas
Huskies Lead League;
Pucks, Vandals Fight
Northern Division Standings:
Washington ....8 0 1.000 410 276
Oregon . 5 5 .500 444 448
Idaho . 4 4 .500 347 367
Wash. State ..3 5 .375 330 345
Oregon State 2 8 .200 352 447
Does not include Friday night’s
It can safely be assumed now
that Washington will win the
northern division championship,
having won 8 games already and
having lost none they are riding
high on the top of the league.
The fight in the league is now
for second place. Oregon and Idaho
are tied for that position and this
coming week will tell who will re
main there for the rest of the sea
Oregon If Ememld
Sir Ervin Webb, Night Editor
Squire Don Neilson
Squire Dick Neilson
There wasn’t any,
Eugene is a town.
U 0 Alumnae
She has won first prizes for solo
clarinet in state and national com
The women’s reserve band will
make its debut in a broadcast at
12:30 p. m. today, PWT.
Forty-four former ROTC stu
dents at South Dakota State re
ceived a royal welcome recentlj
when they returned to their cam
pus as regular army soldiers. Stu
dents, faculty and parents were or
hand to greet the returning Staters
and a band played State songs.
The Miami Student, campus
newspaper of Miami university
Oxford, Ohio, is the oldest college
newspaper in the United States
It was established in 1826.
Hogan's Grocery and Cook's Market
544 E. 13th
HOW ABOUT A
ARM CHAIR FOR
Tiff to Settle
Tonight at 7:30 on the Igloo
floor the Air Corps and the En
gineers will meet in the game the
whole campus has been waiting
long weeks to see. The game will
decide the argument between the
Engineers and the Air Corps. The
Air Corps will attempt to put out
the Engineers’ flame while the En
gineers will try equally hard to
make the Birdmen eat crow.
The game will be played early so
that spectators and players will be
free in time to attend all the cam
pus affairs that are scheduled for
tonight. The contest should pro
vide plenty of basketball as well
as some rabid rooting. The Air
Corps “Mets” are undefeated while
the AST’s have defeated some of
the best teams in the state.
Starting for the Air Corps will
be high scoring Billy Mitchell and
Jim Slappeslad at forwards, But
keer at center. At the guard posi
tion will be Carl Thompson and
! Dick Medlin.
The Engineers will start with
' Kulesh and Moylan at forwards,
Nail at center, and Brandiger and
Kramme at guards.
Lillian Gish, early stage and
screen star who acted in some of
David Grirffith’s epics is scheduled
to speak on the Indiana university
Treat him to one of our
delicious chicken - in -
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