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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1946)
Undefeated Bums Tip
JVTO in Overtime 26-22
Yeomen Sink Delta Upsilon
As Intra’ Windup Nears
In one of the hottest contests of the intramural season The
Bums last night stole an overtime game from the Alpha Tau
Omega boys 26 to 22 to remain undefeated in league compe
tition. In the other half of the doubleheader event the Yeomen
won a low scoring affair from Delta Upsilon 17 to 16 to give
the independents a double victory in yesterday’s play.
See Hope Fade
-for Hoop Tiara
A battered and weary Oregon
State basketball squad started pre
paring Thursday for the first ser
ies of the season with the power
ful Washington Huskies here next
Monday and Tuesday nights. Hec
Edmundson’s league leading Husk
ies play a return series with Ore
gon at Eugene Friday and Satur
day night before moving over to
Coach Slats Gill’s Orangemen re
turned to the campus Wednesday
night from an unsuccessful inva
sion of the Inland Empire. Fears
Over the trip were well founded as
the Beavers dropped three out of
four games, losing twice to Idaho
and splitting with Washington
State. Only bright spot of the trip
was Monday night’s 50 to 48 vic
ttfry over the Cougars with the
brilliant Gale Bishop in the lineup.
Oregon State now stands on the
ragged edge of being eliminated
. from the conference race. The Bea
vers are tied with Idaho for sec
ond with five wips against four
losses and have seven games left
to play, five of which are at home.
At present Washington is half a
game in front of the pacK with
five wins and three defeats. It’s
still anybody’s race with a good
possibility of two or even three of
the evenly matched clubs winding
up in a tie for first.
Inability to hit the basket con
sistently was the chief factor in the
Beavers’ three road trip losses.
After posting a scoring average of
50.6 in their first five conference
contests, the Orangemen slumped
The ATOs were six points ahead
of The Bums as the game progress
ed into the final quarter, but the,
independents were too hot to be
stopped as they knotted the count
at 20-20 with but a minute left In
Seida, Bum forward, opened the
overtime with a one hander from
under the bucket. Second's later
Stoinhoff cast off from the middle
of the floor to swish a howitzer
and put the game back on an even
It was Seida again who broke
the deadlock with a free throw and
ultimately cinched the victory. The
slender • Bum forward flipped in
still another gratis toss and a field
goal from under the bucket to add
to his individual laurels for the
Stoinhoff was high point man
for the evening with eight tallies
and was closely followed by the
aforementioned Seida, whose seven
counters, six of which came in the
overtime period, was high for the
The Yeomen won their game in
the first half as they built up a
15 to 8 lead and coasted through
the game with one lone bucket in
terribly to an average of only 39.7
in the four Palouse country battles.
The winning effort against Wash
ington State was the only game
cn the tripsin which the Beavers
reached the 50 mark.
Only Orangeman to shoot at all
consistently on the trip was Red
Rocha, 6 foot, 8 inch center, who
poured in 45 points in the four
games to boost his conference total
to 95 for nine games. The other
four starters remain closely bunch
ed with forwards Erland Anderson
and Glen Warren having 66 apiece;
Cliff Crandall, 63; and Bernie Mc
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1224 Willamette Phone 1932
For Varsity Tennis
Potentials for the varsity tennis
team turned out in a meeting Wed
nesday afternoon and Coach P. R.
Washke outlined the season's pro
gram. Fifteen interested “racket
eers” turned out.
Tentative schedule released by
Washke lists three meet3 at home
and two away, culminating in a
title playoff at Pullman, Washing
April 20—Oregon State at Cor
April 26—U. of Idaho at Eugene
April 27—Wash. State at Eugene
May 4—Oregon State at Eugene
May 18—U. of Wash, at Pullman
May 34-25—Championship play
off at Pullman
Coach Washke gave this advice
to prospective players: “From past
experience I have found that the !
players who start practicing dur
ing winter term are the men most
likely to make the squad. I recom
mend that all get started now.”
Men attending the session Wed
nesday were: Charles R. Wilbur,
Dale R. Brunton, Bill Gradner,
Bill Mansell, Fred Forsythe, Vin
cent D. McBride, Dave W. Delano,
Bill Baird, Herbert Chin. Fred Ty
nan. Ed Uglesich, Chuck Clark,
Ralph Hogan, and J. M. Zeiger.
Due to scarcity of tennis balls,
players will have to furnish their
own this season. A plan has been
adopted for one of the team mem
bers to assist in the purchasing
and resell to players.
tiie second half to upset the fight
ing DU team.
Little Danny Dion paced thei
Yeomen in the scoring department
with seven points.
(22) “A” (26)
F (7) Seida
F (5) Bult
* C Hamm
G (2) Johnson
G (2) Huffman
S (6) Bartholemy
S (4) Summers
Moran and Dion.
F (4) Schmeiding
C (2) Rossum
G (6) Sparks
S (4) Nelson
Moran and Puffinbar
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HOT MAN LAST NIGHT
l iie ever present, ever-ready, “Rick” Wilkins, high scoring
cog in the Oregon forward wall is keeping pace with the top
scorers of the Northern division of the Pacific Coast conference.
Past night he kept the Igloo as warm as a South Pacific atoll,
with a torrid twenty points against the University of Wash
ington. Rick started his scoring- climb a
w eek ago against
the same foes, after a slow start this year because of the flu.
Oregon lad: Hello, Grade, can
I see you tonight?
Oregon lass: Sure Herbie, come
Lad: But this isn’t Herbie.
Lass: Oh that’s all right, this
Conductor: You’ll have to buy a
ticket for that boy, ma’am.
Lady: I will not!
Conductor: He’s big enough.
How old is he?
Lady: How do I know? I never
saw him before in my life.
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