Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1945)
Casualties Mar Duck Squad
Hays, Smith May Be Out
Gloom, tflick as fog, settled over McArthur court today when
Coach John Warren announced the possible loss of Ken Hayes
and Del Smith for the OSC game tomorrow night.
Both are key men on the starting five, and their absence
will put a crimp in the Ducks’ manpower problem.
Hays spent yesterday in bed with flu. surrounded bv sulfa
pills. Smith is suffering a re-occur- i
rence of the “Charley horse” that
bothered him at the beginning of
the season, and is barely able to
get around. .
Exactly who will be able to step
OSC’s giant center Red Rocha, is
not known with Hays the only
^Itall fir” on the Webfoot squad.
Reedy Berg and Chuck Stamper
filled the vacated spots in practice
yesterday and if neither Smith nor
COME TO US
Every Saturday Night
9 ’til 12
Hays recovers sufficiently to see
action, they will probably be in the
starting lineup against the Beav
Warren has been working the
Lemon and Green quint hard all
week on defense, but Dame For
tune's frown has thrown a monkey
wrench into Honest John’s well
Oregon State Coach A. T. “Slats”
Gill will probably put all available
height on the floor against the
Ducks, who are confined to the
midget class compared to the big
boys on the Aggie squad. The
Beavers’ scoring strength lies
mainly with Rocha and their floor
captain, Bernie McGrath.
One bright light beams along
with the bad news in Webfootland.
Both Jim Bartlet and Bob Hamil
ton have recovered from their in
juries at Seattle and will be ready
to play tomorrow. Regardless of
who is, or is not, in the Oregon
lineup, the game promises plenty
of action with the Ducks giving
everything they have.
Celebrate Valentine Day
The first Valentine parties of
the year will be held tonight from
8 to 12 at both Wesley and West
minster houses. Campus clothes
will be in order at both places, and
refreshments will be served.
Westminster’s “Broken Heart”
party will feature games, contests,
Several new records have ar
rived for Wesley’s dance, and spe
cial decorations are planned.
Games will also be included in the
At a meeting of the executive
council Thursday afternoon the ap
pointment of Annamae Winship as
business manager of the Emerald
was confirmed. Miss Winship re
places Roseann• Leckie, who re
Further business was a discus
sion of the building program of the
state system of higher education.
"Wait’ll he starts smoking Sir Walter Raleigh
then go in and ask him for a raise.”
Smokes as sweet
as it smells
*. the quality pipe
tobacco of America'
UH«3** MA0C :
FREE! 24-poge illustrated booklet tells how to select and break in a new pipe/ rules for pipe
(leaning, etc. Writ* today. Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation, Louisville 1, Kentucky.
To Sherry Ross
Monday’s round of intramural
basketball was highlighted by the
upset victory of Sherry Ross over
the powerful Esquire squad. It was
a hard fought battle all the way
with Sherry Ross, paced by Joe
Logan, coming out on the long end
of a 33-32 score. This was the
season's outstanding game to date.
Sherry Ross held a substantial
lead until the final minutes of the
game when the Esquires staged a
determined rally which fell short
by the slim margin of one point.
Joe Logan was high point man for
the dorm men with 13 points while
Chic Cecchini led the Esquires
As a result of Monday’s game,
the Sherry Ross squad is now tied
for second place with Esquires
both having won four and lost one.
Another thriller was played
Monday between the Cantrells and
the Yeomen which wound up with
the Cantrells on top 23-22. Parker
kept the winners in the ball game
with 12 points while Humphrey
and Dean shared scoring honors
for the losers with six apiece.
In the lone game played Tues
day the Minks were given a scare
by a determined Omega hall quin
tet. The Minks started out by mak
ing eight points in the early min
utes of the game and it looked like
a runaway. At this point, however,
the Omega boys tightened up and
it was pip and tuck the rest of the
way. The Minks finally came out
on top 29-26. Diminutive Harry
Lee paced the winners with 10
points. Dave VanZandt from
Omega was high point man for
the game with 12 points.
By virtue of this win, the Minks
now lead the league with five wins
and no losses.
Minks . 5 0
Esquires .4 1
Sherry Ross . 4 1
Campbell Coop . 3 1
Monohans . 3 2
Cantrells . 1 4
Uhles . 1 4
Yeomen . 1 5
Omega . 0 5
Didja hear about the fellow who
backed his jeep into a buzz saw?
No, did he ruin it? Ruin it! Heck
no. Now we've got two motor
* Ash Trays
Come in and shop at
160 E. Broadway
Oregon State ........
W L Pet. PF PA GB
.... 8 3
... 6 5
... 5 5
... 5 5
... 1 7
Corsages - Cut Flowers - Plants
Flowers by Wire
58 E. Broadway
ONG TOMS — blasting unseen targets — are
I J directed by voices Hashing through this artil
leryman's radio telephone "switchboard.” His EM
set can operate on 120 crystal controlled channels,
any ten selected instantly by push-buttons. Using its
many channels, he connects the battalion commander
with spotters up front and in planes; then with
battery commanders who focus tremendous fire
power. He’s helping soften the hard road ahead.
As the nation's largest producer of communica
tions and electronic equipment, Western Electric
turns out vast quantities of telephone, radio and de
tection devices for all branches of our armed forces.
Many college graduates — men and women — are
helping us put these weapons in our fighters’ hands.
Buy all the War Bonds you can—and keep them1
^ Western Electric 3
IN PEACE...SOURCE or SUPPLY TOR THE BELL SYSTEM.'
IN WAR...ARSENAL Or COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT,