Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, January 04, 1947, Page 7, Image 7

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    Adult Night Classes
To Start January $
Night cla safes for adults, under
the auspices of the general exten
sion division, will begin January
6 and will continue through the
term until March 20.
Many of the courses offer col
lege credits, either graduate or
undergraduate. Any course may
be taken without credits. Regis
tration and payment of fees may
be made at the first meeting of the
Courses to be offered this term
are in the following fields: art, arts
and letters, business administra
tion, education, English, geology,
Germanic language and literature,
history, industrial arts, mathe
matics, physical education, psy
chology' romance languages, and
speech and drama.
Amazon Flat Piping
Processed by Chlorine
A sterilization process of the
water distribution mains at Ama
zon flats, veterans’ housing project,
was carried on Thursday in prepa
ration for use as household water
supply lines.
W. J. Cloyes, Lane county se
nior sanitarian, said that the mains
would be filled with a chlorinated
liquid which would be allowed to
remain in the pipes for 24 hours.
Hayward Galls
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seconds off his time once the sea
son gets underway.
Backing up Maxey and Swan
in the quarter-mile are veteran
runners Ernie Schauer and Dick
Shelton. Schauer was close on
Swan’s heels in many of the
races last year and Shelton kept
his talents to his pet, the javelin,
but expects to hit the cinder
paths this spring.
Ducks Strong
Oregon is going to be strong in
nearly all the running events,
stronger probably than any other
school in the conference, and this
is especially true in the half mile
where Hayward is preening Stu
Norene for torrid times.
Norene left Oregon State’s track
mentor, Grant Swan, with a long
face when he transferred from the
Aggies to Oregon this fall. The
conference at first denied Stu any
more eligibility, declaring that he
had used all his by the move from
State to Oregon. The penalty for
switching schools is one year less
of competition, but an investiga
tion into Norene’s career revealed
that one season was used while he
was in the service, therefore giv
ing Him the one extra year that
he now has.
Distance Men Few
It’s the distance that has Hay
ward a bit worried. ..Oregon used
to have the strongest runners in
the conference in the distance
events, but has been unable to
unearth any outstanding talent
lately. Chief hope in the mile
and two mile for Hayward this
year are Hugh Stapleton, George
Watkins, and A1 Pietschman.
The field events are on a par
with the running spots, strong in
nearly all of them, but lacking
weight men for the shotput ana
possibly the discus. Bob Anderson,
former ace at the discus and now
in the army, may be dicharged in
time to add his strength to this
event for Hayward, but nothing is
certain on his yet, according to
the coach.
Everything points to one of the
biggest years in track for Oregon,
and Hayward wants to make cer
tain that it is the biggest year.
He maintains that tough mter
squad competition makes strong
teams, and hopes every man with
track experience will contact him
at Mac court.
Go Get ’em
Oregon Washington State
Ed Diek.F.Bob Sheridan
Ken Hays .F.Bob Svendsen
Roger Wiley .C.Gene Sivertson
Stan Williamson.G.. Wes Dahl
A1 Popick.G.George Hamilton
Oregon Basketball Results
Oregon ... 99 General Grocers . 42
Oregon. .. 88 • British Columbia .. 41
Oregon. .. 72 British Columbia. 37
Oregon.... 55 Oregon Lumber Sales 37
Oregon ... 57 Fee's Rollerdromes . 33
Oregon. 53 General Grocers . 42
Oregon. .. 56 Portland University .... 33
Oregon ... 67 Niagara University. 60
Oregon. .. 81 New York University. .. 65
Oregon. .. 91 Bruno Studios. 17
Oregon.... 73 Fee's Rollerdromes ...... 33
Oregon.... 56 WSC . 52
Follow the Crowd to the Rally Dance
at Gerlinger Hall
See the Skiing, Swimming, and Basketball Teams
During the Dance Intermission Introduced by Yell
King Tom Hazzard.
Admission 60c couple 9:45 - 12:00
Oregon W Emerald