WHO 5 GONNA’ GET 3> IT ? .fe / A TEAM WON LOST PERCT. O.S.C. 4 .800 WASH. .U1 IDAHO 4 42 7 ore:. 4-00 W.5.C. .ZOO THE HUSklE IS REALLY JUMPING FOR IT Yeah but that GEAVER ISWIN6 TO HAVE IT DOWN PRETTY SOON . THAT COUGAR IS 'going TO NEED WATCHING THOSE TWO ARE SOIMG TO BE OUT OF THE RACE IF THEY DON'T WATCH OUT l -—-y r/"V/ Staters Tumble Ducks Ip Third Series Game The forces of Oregon tumbled big “Red” Rocha ran amuck for the visiting Staters’ five and the Beav ers wrinkled noses with glee at a 59 to 45 triumph over their arch rivals from Eugene for their sec ond win in the third of the four game series played in the 1946 season. Honors for breaking the scoring ice in Saturday night’s game at the Igloo rests with the Ducks. Forward Marv Rasmussen bent, followed through with a free toss and the lemon and green colors were wevad in the temporary lead. The Beavers quickly pulled a scampering comeback. Glenn War ren tallied, Anderson dropped grat is shot, Rocha followed Crandall yiribbled far and flipped for a score. Anderson received a toss while un der the bucket and twisted it in, andthe Ducks’ stock fell. Webfoots pulled an old second half splurge, climaxed when lanky George Bray swished four free throws in a row, bringing the score to 33-34 in favor of the Beavers. Then Red Rocha got his breath back after a painful elbow jab by teammate Glenn Warren in the first minute of the second stanza, and Orangemen rolled. With 14 minutes to go, the big Hawaiian caged a free toss, then scored a tip-in on a short by Ber nie McGrath. Ted Henningsen brawled around and pushed in a field goal—the Oregon rally was squelched. In four minutes 40 seconds, the Beavers dropped these nine points, placing them in a comfortable 10 point lead position. Staters stayed on the scoring path for the rest of the game, until the final 14-point margin. Plucky Captain Bob Hamilton showed the wearing effects of an old leg injury during his stay in the game. Floor work and a bol stering effect on his Webfoot team mates add up to more than his game point total for the night.. The win places Oregon State in the top rung of the northern divi sion ladder in the Pacific Coast conference. Ducks and Beavers are headed now for an invasion of the Inland Empire, with a six weeks wait before the final game of the civil war series. Oregon will tangle Washington in Seattle next Friday and Satur day, while the Staters meet the Quinn-led Idaho Vandals twice, then travel for two games with Washington State, recently strengthened by the return of Gail Bishop. OREGON STATE (59) FG FT PF TP Warren, f . 3 4 4 10 Anderson, f . 3 2 2 8 Rocha, c . 7 7 3 21 Crandell, g . 4 4 3 12 McGrath, g . 0 2 3 2 Strait, f. c. 0 0 0 0 Krafve, f . 0 0 2 0 Henningsen, f. 2 0 3 4 Neal, g .. 0 0 0 0 Esping, g . 0 0 0 0 Moore, g . 10 0 2 20 19 20 59 FG FT PF TP 10 5 2 2 5 2 9 2 2 4 6 .2145 .3 3 4 9 2 0 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 .0010 .12 0 4 0 12 1 TOTALS . 14 17 28 45 Officials: Hal Eustis, Emil Pilu so. Intramural Schedule For Tuesday BASKETBALL 4:00 Phi Gamma Delta “A” vs Delta Upsilon “A.” 4:45 Yeomen “A” vs the Bums “A.” HANDBALL 4:00 Campbell Club vs Phi Delta Theta. TOTALS .. OREGON (45) Wilkins, f . Rasmussen, f . Hays, c . Williamson, g. Berg, g. Seeborg, f . Kerhli, f . Bray, f . Mayer, c . Hoffine, g . Hamilton, g . Around The . Clock With Duke By DUKE DENNISON The scramble for top ratings in the N. B. A.’s fistic system will reach its peak this year, with some of the best of the leather pushers back from the service. The “Heavies,” who usually run amuck with most of the heavy publicity, are at it again. The top bout of the season has been in the making by Mike Jacobs for quite a while, and will bring Joe Louis, “The Brown Bomber” and current heavyweight champion, together with Billy Conn, foremost chal lenger, in a 15-rounder at Madi son Square Garden, the scene of most of the championship battles of the world. However, consider able detail has yet to be ironed out between the contestants and the promoter before the initial bell sounds. Near Champ Conn will be remembered best as having fought such a valiant battle with Louis in his only other crack at the title. Conn outpointed Louis up until the 13th round, and then, throwing caution to the winds in an effort to win via the knock-out route, suffered a knock out instead. The boys are keyed up for this bout, and are working hard daily to round into shape. Louis, in his comment as to the method he expects to employe in again flattening the Pittsburgh kid, has stated that he expects to knock his opponent out, rather than to attempt to outbox him. He admits that Conn has youth and speed over him, and expects his ring savvy to stand him in good stead in this fight. Conn hasn’t come out openly as to methods to be used in winning, but there is not a bit of doubt in anyone’s mind, as to the type of battle to be put up by curly-haired scrapper. Halftim Antics Please Court Fans By LYNN SMITH Oregon really went all out to wards making the Saturday night game against Oregon State as interesting aa possible. Besides the scheduled game, the spectators saw quite a bit more than was adver tised. As soon as the half-time gun sounded and both teams left the floor, Oregon’s football squad stumbled on to the court amid much acclaim and fanfare. Headed l?y such outstanding players as Walt Donovan and Ab Wilson, the boys quickly formed two teams, one clad in football jerseys the others settling for shirts and sweat shirts. For a brief moment the two teams eyed each other and then the mad scramble of “Ball, ball, who's got the ball?’’ began. Every known rule was followed—and many unknown rules invented. Basketball, baseball, and es pecially football was briefed in about ten minutes. Practiced (Please turn to page seven) Webfoots Paddle Win Over OSC The Ducks emerged from the waters of the men’s pool over the weekend with a smashing 64 to 10 win over Oregon State in a dual Northern division, Pacific coast conference swimming meet before a capacity crowd in the natatorium. The Webfoot mermen splashed out first places in every event of the afternoon’s meet, including the medley and free-style relays. The visiting Beavers, who showed a lack of tank experience, took home two second places and four thirds. Callis, Sundlie Shine High scorers for the meet were two double winners, Cub Callis, a letterman who won the 60-yard free-style and 150-yard backstroke events, and Alden Sundlie, smooth stroking freshman who touched the end of the tank first in the 100 and 220-yard free-style races. Trailing close behind the two leaders in the scoring race was Val Robbins who took first in the 200 yard breast-stroke and shared diving points with Willis McCul lough. The Stifters forfeited the diving, leaving the two Ducks to give fans ap exhibition. Coach Vaughn Corley even placed his team manager in the splashing tussle Saturday, and John McGee stroked out two third places for the Webfoots. Even with the smashing win the swim mentor is not building up big hopes. No Records No outstanding times were re corded in the meet, but this is due to a change in positions just be fore the meet. At the last minute Bob Hiatt, outstanding dash man was declared ineligible and forced a shuffle of men in different events. The Readers showed little com petition against the Webfoots, and the backstroke event turned out to be a “workout” between Calli# and Bob Prowell, the other return ing letterman. The opening medley race was taken by the Ducks by more than two lengths, the 220 by a length and the locals were long splashes ahead of the Orangemen in all other races. Next tank splashing for the Ducks will be this weekend against the University of Washington mer men. lit pre-war years past the Huskies have always proved to be the stiffest competition for the Webfoots in their battle for con ference honors. Summary: 300-yard medley relay—Won by Oregon (Prowejl, backstroke; Robbins, breast-stroke; Moorehead, free-style). Time—3.33.6. 220-yard free-style — Won by Sundlie (Oregon), Tretheway (Ore gon), second; Ullman (OSC), third. Time—2.42.4. 60 - yard free-style — Won by Callis (Oregon), Moorhead (Ore gon), second; Possman (OSC), third. Time—32.2. Diving—Tie for first, Robbins and McCullough (Oregon). No OSC entries. 100-yard free - style — Sundke (Oregon, Oliver (OSC), second; McGee (Oregon), third. Time— 60.8. 150 - yard backstroke — Callis (Oregon), Pro we 11 (Oregon), second; Lewellen (OSC), third. Time—1:57. 200-yard breast-stroke—Robbins (Oregon), Brooks (Oregon), sec ond; Hodell (OSC), third. Time— 3:02.2. 440-yard fre-style — Trethaway (Oregon), Ullman (OSC), second; McGee, (Oregon), third. Time— 6:21.2. 400-yard free-style relay—Ore gon (Moorhead, Prowell, Sundlie, Callis). Time—4:07.4. Final score: Oregon 64, OSC 16.