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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1947)
The Oregon varsity basketball
squad held its first scrimmage yes
terday afternoon, with the practice
session divided into six 20-minute
games, as the 30-odd candidates
were divided into five-man groups.
Coach John Warren’s first quint
composed of Marv Rasmussen, Jim
Bartelt, Bob Amacher, Stan Wil
liamson and A1 Popick showed good
early-season form with Rasmussen
and Williamson hitting the bucket
Rog Wiley, first in line for the
starting center berth, spent the
practice officiating the contests.
In the second group, Warren used
Roger Mockford, Lynn Hamilton,
Archie Gasek, Bob Kehrli, Bob La
vey, and Kenny Seeborg. The latter
two men, at guards, performed
creditably, as Lavey led the down
floor dashes, while Seeborg con
nected for three baskets.
Wiry Dick Unis, another guard
candidate, served notice that he
was going to be right in the thick
of the fight for a team position, as
he cut loose with several speed
sprints for tallies.
10 Coeds Thursday
Ten women were pledged to so
rorities yesterday. Alpha Xi Delta
pledged Dorothy Duncan; Delta
Delta Delta, Shirley Fossen; Delta
Gamma, Dixie Haugen; Delta Zeta,
Patricia Hansen and Beverly
Mack; Sigma Kappa, Jean Spores;
Zeta Tau Alpha, Mary Lou Chris
tiansen, Emilierose* Jackull, Beth
Mitchell, and Greta Stunz.
Law Prof Has Spoken
Allan Hugh Smith, assistant pro
fessor of law, will not speak at the
faculty club tonight as previously
announced. He spoke last Saturday
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lines, and as a result many goods
lines died without being heard. The
players frequently talked through
laughs or cut laughs too short.
“The Man Who Came to Dinner”
will run seven more nights, Octo
ber 24, 25, 29, 30, 31 and November
7 and 8.
Lutherans to Hear Talk
!Mv. C. E. Samuelson of Corval
lis will speak to the Lutheran Stu
dents association at 7:30 p.m. Mon
day in the YWCA bungalow.
ORIDES SET POTLUCK
Members of Orides, organization
for girls living off campus, will
treat their mothers to a potluck
dinner at 6:30 p.m. Monday in Ger
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