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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1945)
Lone Letterman Reports
King Football has returned to
Oregon and Coach Tex Oliver is
whipping into shape a very inex
perienced Lemon and Green squad
The bright spot in the picture is
the return of ex-Webfoot letter
man halfback Bob Reynolds. The
rest of the squad will be made up
of 4-Fs and freshmen without
Oregon’s first clash will be with
Washington in Seattle Sept. 29.
The Webfeet will play successive
Saturday afternoon tilts against
Idaho in Eugene, Oregon State at
Corvallis, Washington State in
Eugene, UCLA in Los Angeles,
Washington in Portland, WSC at
Pullman, and California at Berk
ley. Thanksgiving week will be
vacant before the final big game
against Oregon State here Decem
The potentialities of the Webfeet
cannot be known until the first
game -h possibly later.
Two candidates for end are on
the sidelines with injuries. Dale
Warberg and Abe Hathaway. Full
back Walt Donovan and quarter
back Terry Metcalf also have been
Thirty-one candidates reported
far the first workout about two
weeks ago, and they have shown
marked improvement in succeed
ing sessions. Fifty-eight candi
dates have appeared so far.
Four new men. two guards, a
tackle ami an end reported on
Tuesday, and six had turned out
Entrance exams have conflicted
with practice times this week and
have robbed the squad of valuable
Despite the lack of experience,
Webfoot fans predict the squad
w ill make a creditable showing. At
least early predictions point out
that the Lemon and Green will
meet teams that are up against
similar odds in the northern divi
Moore, Former Student
Will Publish Newspaper
Hal Moore, a forriBer‘journalism
major at Oregon, has- announced
Ins plan to launch a new news
paper centering in cultural activi
ties. Coming off the press Octo
ber 12, the paper, “Moore's Oregon
Weekly," will cover such fields as
music, education, Jjooks and writ
ers, art and social problems.^
An employee of The Oregoniftn
for 13 years, Moore has also
worked at Astoria and Albany.
OREGON FOOTBALL CHIEFS return after service with Uncle Sam. From right to left, head coach Tex Oliver and line coach \aughn
Corley, who will guade the Oregon football squad in its coming campaign, and Manny Vezie, YVebfoot assistant coach in 1943.
OSC Prepares for First
Football Clash Sept. 29
Our country cousins at Corvallis
arc preparing their squad for their
first football game which is sche
duled for Sept. 29. This game is a
home contest with tlie Camp Beale
Bears so the Beavers have the
spirit on their side.
However, the' Army team will
have the benefit of older, more
experienced players, and they
won’t be hampered by any man
Lon Stiner is starting his cam
paign with only one returning
letterman, Bob Stevens, who is
slated for the fullback'position.
Helping Stiner at his job are
Quentin Greenough and Bill How
ard. Greenougli is an ex-all-coast
center with the Beaver eleven back
in ’41. Howard is an ex-player
from the University of Southern
California, where he filled in the
Two former Rook football men
have turned out for practice Lew
Hassman and Harvey Cutts. Hass
mau was a numeral winner as a
guard on the 1942 Rook eleven.
And Cutts played center on the
1939 freshman club.
:xt Hal Buddy, a basketball letter
man, i,s a leading candidate for
end, and John Becharas is out for
quarterback. Becharas played in
that position on the Wolves in the
campus army football league in
The rest of the squad is com
posed of former high school play
ers and discharged war veterans
who are getting their first taste
of college football.
Contrary to early expectations,
Stiner won't be able to use any of
the men in the NROTC unit on
the campus. A navy rule forbids
their taking part in intercollegiate
athletics until they have been in
the corps on campus for a term.
New Student House
A new student house on the
campus this fall is Judson house
at the corner of Alder street and
East Eleventh avenue. This new
organization occupying the old
Kappa Sigma house is sponsored
by the First Baptist church of
Eugene, of which Dr. Vance H.
Webster is pastor. Although the
majority of the girls living there
are Baptist, the house is not limited
to girls of that denomination.
Mrs. Walter O. Van Atta is the
housemother and there are now
44 girls registered.
Within the last few days the
school of journalism has had as
visitors two majors in the service
—Winston Allard, 1936, M.S. 1939,
who has just returned to civil life
after four years in army public
relations including two years in
the~Aleutians, and Douglas W.
Polivka, 1938, who has spent six
years in the marines.
For one year Major Polivka,
then a lieutenant, was editor of
the Marine Recruiter, national
magazine of the U.S.M.C. Accom
panied by Mrs. Polivka (Josephine
Rice, law ’36) the major was on
his way to Camp Pendleton, near
Major Polivka was in charge
of the news coverage of the Iwo
Jima campaign for the marines.
Major Allard got into “civvies"
for the first time in four years
while in Eugene last weekend. He
has gene to the University of
Missouri, where he is to be assist
ant professor of journalism.
President Harry K. Newburn an
nounced appointment of several
student members of faculty com
mittees. The assembly committee »
will be composed of Jean Kirk
wood, Marguerite Wittwer, Doug
las Moore, and Bob Moran. A
newly-organized committee, it will
have charge of all assemblies dur
ing the school year and make
arrangements for assembly pro
grams and entertainment.
New members of the educational
activities committee are Signe
Eklund, D. Lu Simonsen, and Ed
Allen. On the athletic committee
are Gil Roberts, Jack Craig, and
Ed Allen. Gordon Bennett, Janet
Douglas, and Mary Corrigan are
new members of the student dis
cipline committee. The judiciary
committee will have as members
Gene Conklin and Alva Granquist.
Don Turner has been appointed to
the military education committee.
Students who are reading for ^
honors have been requested to
register with D. Ray P. Bowen
as soon as possible, according to
recent faculty announcement.
Dr. Bowen’s office is in 116
friendly hall. Dr. Bowen has also
asked that all students register
ing for undergraduate reading
and conference courses 305, 405,
or Thesis 303 and 403, contact
him in order to clear these reg
istrations with his office.
Saee Every Cash Register Receipt
At The ‘'Co-Op*. Cash Rehate Will Be
Paid Next Spring On Receipts Turned
Ini At That l ime.
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