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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1945)
THE MIGHTY MITE of the Oregon team, Captain Bob Hamilton, will spark the squad against WSC.
Hamilton ranks sixth among the Northern division scorers.
Intramural Playoffs In
Final Game Of Season
By BI D ROSSUM
Intramural Sports Editor
With the exception of the final
game between the Minks and the
Esquires, the intramural basket
ball season is over. On the whole it
has been highly successful and has
met with a great deal of enthus
iasm from the few available men
on the campus. League play has
been highlighted by upsets and
The league consisted of eight
teams bearing the names of the
different living organizations and
groups on the campus. Play was
conducted on a round-robin basis
with the five top teams vieing in
a playoff series. Winners of the
round-robin were the Minks, who
are currently tied with the Es
. quires for the playoff honors.
These two teams will now play to
determine the undisputed intra
At a recent meeting of the
sports staff, All-Star selections
were made. The men selected were
picked for their sportsmanship as
well as team and individual per
formances. The field was narrowed
after much deliberation to a first
and second team with several men
making honorable mention. The
selections are as follows:
Mink, forward, Minks.
Mayther, forward, Esquires.
Besse, center, Sherry Ross.
Miller, guard, Campbell coop.
Van Zandt guard, Omega.
Seida, forward, Sherry Ross.
Bond, forward, Esquires.
Monahan, center, Monahans.
Somers, guard, Minks.
Humphreys, guard, Yeomen.
Walsh, Davis, Perkins, Mass,
Stiles, Mosby, Kent, Ma, Cecch
inni, Beyers, Grieg, Dion, Sharpe,
Robathan, Hoffman, Sparks.
This collection of league All
Stars will try Monday at 3 in Mc
Arthur court to beat the champs
who will be decided by the out
come of the Mink-Esquire game.
This promises to be a thriller and
will be open to the public.
Frances Langford and
Vera Vague in
Arthur Lake and
Dale Evans in
'The Big Show-Off"
Let’s raid the icebox,.. Have a Coca-Cola
...a ivay to make a party an added success
Have a Coke are words that make the kitchen the center of attraction
for the teen-age set. For Coca-Cola never loses the freshness of
its appeal, nor its unfailing refreshment. No wonder Coca-Cola
stands for the pause that refreshes from Maine to California,—has
become a symbol of happy, refreshing times together everywhere.
BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY
COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF EUGENE
I V'ou naturally hear Coca-Cola
\ called by its friendly abbreviation
ft Coke". Both mean the quality prod
J uct of The Coca-Cola Company.
Finals Loom as Term Ends
Less than two weeks remain before students begin the final ex
aminations which mark the end of the term. The tests will be given
Monday through Friday, March 19-23 as printed on the time schedule
Written English (K, composition, business') exams are scheduled
for 3-5 Monday; physical education (activities, health education), 3-5
Tuesday; constructive accounting, 3-5 Wednesday.
All other courses meeting at:
8 a.m. 3-5-day courses—8-10 Wednesday.
8 a.m. 1-2-day courses—'10-12 Wednesday.
9 a.m. 3-5-day courses—8-10 Thursday.
9 a.m. 1-2-day courses 10-12 Thursday.
10 a.m. 3-5-day courses S-10 Friday.
10 a.m. 1-2-day courses 10-12 Friday.
11 a.m. 3-5-day courses—-8-10 Monday.
11 a.m. 1-2-day courses—10-12 Monday.
1 p.m. 3-5-day courses—1-3 Wednesday.
1 p.m. 1-2 day courses— 1-3 Thursday.
2 p.m. 3-5-day courses—8-10 Tuesday.
2 p.m. 1-2-day courses 10-12 Tuesday.
3 p.m. 3-5-day courses 1-3 Tuesday.
3 p.m. 1-2-day courses 1-3 Monday.
4 p.m. 3-5-day courses— 3-5 Thursday.
4 p.m. 1-2-day courses—3-5 Thursday.
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challenge someone on the
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University of Oregon Men:
Make our store your headquarters
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