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By JIM TUCKER
A bit of perusing in the recent papers tells us that the
Randolph field fliers are the top team in the nation in both the
ranks of the service teams and the college elevens. A letter
recently received from the Randolph field training command
tells us that Lieutenant Jack Leicht, who played for Oregon
in 1940 and ’41, is now holding down a regular backfield posi
tion on the fliers’ powerhouse i_____
eleven. Lt. Leicht, also a sprint
start while in school, is credited
with running the century dash in
9.6 seconds. Randolph's victory
Was a win over the Southern Meth
odist aggregation which they
tripped up 41 to 0.
Basketball is underway at most
of the northern division schools
and Oregon is no exception, having
started hoop drill last Friday with
a total of thirty players turning
out for the team. Friday’s practice
was given over to fundamentals
drill entirely, and the next drills
have been a combination of funda
mental practice and the first prac
tice games and scrimmages among
the team members.
An extensive pre-season sched
FOR A GOOD
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ule is being arranged for the
Ducks; Coach John Warren prom*
ises a full slate before the season
begins, and is attempting to sched
ule a twenty-game slate for tha
team. This pre-season activity be
gins with a pair of double headers
with Willamette on November 17
and IS. .. . Oregon State also re
ports that casaba practice has
started there at Corvallis and the
first drill netted 40 hopefuls. After
the first two weeks of practice, the
Orange coach has cut his squad
down to 22, among' them four re
turning lettermen plus some of last
year’s reserves and a bevy of
Leaving the collegiate field, let
us turn to the prep slate for this
week's pigskin encounters. Three
games find the limelight for to
night as Eugene tackles Marsh
field, Albany takes on Milwaukie,
and Medford plays host to the in
vading Klamath Falls eleven.
Once defeated Eugene plays host
to the Pirates from Marshfield, and
after removing the Bend Lava
Bears from the ranks of the un
defeated last week, the Axemen
are favored to annex their fourth
game in five starts in making
their bid for state prep recogni
tion. Undefeated Albany tangles
with the Milwaukie Maroons in the
top game in the No Name league,
and this game should put the win
ner in a good position in the state
prep standings. One game in the
Southern Oregon sector catches
the limelight as the undefeated
Medford Tigers entertain the once
setback Pelicans from Klamath
Falls. Both of these teams have
shown good potentialities, Medford
with their huge line, and fast
backs, and Kiamath with their able
passer and pass receivers.
With sports on the campus just
about nil, this winds up today’s
sports review and preview.
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Pfc. 'William C. Kelly, of Silver Spring, Maryland, was on observation
post duty for his front line regiment in Italy. lie spotted German mortar
and machine gun emplacements, reporting to artillery observer to direct
fire. Hastily he advised the CP with compass directions in place of artil
lery technical data. A third trial round hit squarely on the enemy. We
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Versatile Opera Tenor
With an operatic repertoire cf
more than 40 roles, Raoul Jobin.
Metropolitan opera tenor who will
be heard at McArthur court Octo
ber 26, is noted for his versatility.
During one season alone at the
Metropolitan, Mr. Jobin sang such
widely contrasting roles as the
British soldier, Gerald, in Delibes’
“Lalime”; a peasant Tonio in Don
zetti’s “Daughter of the Regi
ment’’; the title role in Debussy's
“Pelleas and Melisande’’; the singer
(JO Student Will Attend
YM Regional Meeting
Douglas Moore, YMCA presi
dent, Bob Stiles, and George Camp
bell will leave this afternoon for
the Pacific University campus in
Forest Grove, Oregon, to repre
sent the Unversity YMCA at the
annual regional council meeting of
the Pacific Northwest student
YMCA and YWCA.
Transportation and attendance
costs were arranged for by the
University YMCA advisory board
at the last regular meeting of that
group on October 17.
Council proceedings will begin
with a delegation dinner this even
ing at 6:15 and will close with
another dinner on Sunday, Octo
ill Strauss’ “Rosenkavalier”; and
Don. Jose in “Carmen,” one of his
most famous roles.
Mr. Jotain is well known not only
in the United States but in France,
where he made his debut, and in
South America. He has been widely
acclaimed wherever he has ap
peared. In addition to his operatic
roles Mr. Jobin has been guest solo
ist of symphony orchestras in both
Europe and America.
Mr. Jobin will be the first artist
to appear on the 1944-45 Greater
Artists series in Eugene. Only
members of the Eugene Civic Mu
sic association and holders of
ASUO cards will be admitted to
Score Volleyball Wins
Three of the girls' volleyball
teams chalked up the following
winning scores yesterday.
Sigma Kappa, managed by Clin
Fadden, trounced Alpha Phi 55 to
14; Alpha Omicron Pi defeated Tri
Delt 40 to 27; the Alpha Delta. Pi
team captained by Evelyn Ste
phens defeated the Gamma Phi
Betas, 32 to 26, in the last few
minutes for the closest game of the
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Rev. Norman K. Tully, Pastor
Soldiers, Students ad Visitors
Cordially Welcome at Divine
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Broadway and High
Dr. \ ante II. Webster, Pastor
University Group, 9:45 a.m.
and 6:()() p.m.
Morning Worship 11 :00a.ni.
Evening Service 7:30 p.m.
ST. MARY’S EPISCOPA/L
13th and Pearl
Rev. E. S. Bartlam, Rector
Services at 8 and 11 a.m.
Canterbury Club, 6 p.m.
Service, Wednesday in Gerlinger,
1 lot) Oak Street
Walter J. Fiscus, Pastor
University Classes, 9:45 a.m.
Dr. Victor P. Morris, teacher
Youth Discussion Groups, 6:15 p.m.
Fireside Meetings, 8:45 p.m.
Worship Services, 11:00 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m.
490 13th Ave. East
Wesley Goodson Nicholson, Minister
Morning Worship 11 :00 a.m.
University Group 7:00 p.m.
ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC
W. 11 tli and Charnelton
Sunday Masses—8, 9:30, 10 :30 a.tn.
Confessions—4:00 to 5 :00 and
7:00 to 8:30 p.m., Saturday
Rev. Francis P. Licgzig, Pastor
Rev. L. H. Solder, Director
6th and Pearl—Phone 4623
Harold Aalbue, Pastor
Morning Service 11 :00 a.m.
Holy Communion last Sunday
L.S.A. Sundays, 7 :00
1165 Willamette St.
Llewellyn O. Griffith, Minister
University Trainee Group
9:45 a.m., 7 :00 p.m.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.
Wesley House, 1258 Kincaid,
Mrs John Worthington,