Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, November 23, 1948, Page 4, Image 4

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    These Three to Lead Worrenmen
mo KUO , 6-foot, it-inch
lottornum center, is certain to
hold down a starting position for
John Warren's Oregon basket- j
eors December 1, against the
Willamette university Bearcats.
$2,500 Bonds Posted
By Robinson, Belloise
NEW YORK, Nov. 23 (AP) Ray
Robinson and Steve Belloise each
l>osted $2,500 bonds with New Jer
sey Boxing Commissioner A b e
Greene today to assure their ap
pearance in a 10-vound bout at Jer
sey City, Dec. 9.
Belloise boxed six rounds at his
Greenwood Lake, N. J., camp today,
two each with Bobby James, Jimmy
Taylor and Pat Byers.
TWO OTHER CAGERS likely to crack the first five for the Webfoots
are Bob Amaeher (above), another 6-foot, 8-ir.cher at forward, and
Guard Bob Lavey (below), a speed-burner who fits right in with
Coach John Warren’s fast-breaking offensive system.
with a cup of
good hot coffee
Across from Sigma Xu
Duck Gagers Drill
For Willamette Tilt
Slated Next Week
Coach John Warren sent his varsity cagers through another
long' scrimmage session yesterday, as the date of the opening
1948-49 season game moved closer. Warren is worried that
Willamette University, the Ducks’ first opponent, will spring
another upset as they did last season. And Johnny Lewis, Bear
cat coach, has been working his squad hard in hopes of doing
just that.
Tiist who will start for the Webfoots on December 1 is un
certain, with more than five men
still in the race for opening berths.
Big Roger Wiley at center is the
only certain starter, the 6-foot, 8
inch letterman being one of the top
stars in workouts so far.
Probably joining Wiley on the
first five will be another letterman,
guard Bob Lavey. Lavey has also
been showing well, and will be the
boy to take over for Stan William
son in setting up the i?uck plays.
Possible Starter
Paul Sowers, the blond transfer
from Vanport, is a good possibility
to see a lot of starting duty, and he
can play at either guard or forward.
Sowers is an excellent point-maker,
a good ball-handler, and one of the
fastest men on the team.
Letterman Bob Amacher and Ken
ny Seeborg might also break into
the opening quint, Amacher at for
ward and Seeborg at guard. Others
that could also start are forwards
Bob Don, Lynn Hamilton, Paul
Cooper, Will Urban, and Dale War
berg. Backing up Wiley at center
will be Rod' Slade and Jerry Switz
er with Amcher also available for
pivot duty.
Guards Plentiful
There are plenty of guards
around in Dick Unis, Johnny Neel
ey, Don Peterson, Leroy Coleman,
Jack Keller, Mel Krause and Bill
Hutchinson, all capable of seeing
Yesterday’s scrimmages started
off with the “skins” rolling to a 20
14 win over the “shirts”. Wiley was
the guiding factor in the win, dump
ing in eight points and controlling
the boards. Lavey chipped in with
six and Peterson four to aid the vic
The big guns for the losers were
Will Urban and Jerry Switzer who
sparkled on the boards against Wil
ey and scored six and three points
Wiley on Boards
Wiley’s backboard work was a
deciding factor in the second tilt,
though Seeborg topped the scorers
with two buckets. Art Milne with
three points led the losing five.
Dale Warberg dropped in three
quick buckets to lead the “skins”
to a 12-6 win in the third tilt, and
looked good in grabbing rebounds.
Peterson’s three points were high
for the “shirts.”
Wiley was again high, scoring
four points in a 15-11 “skin” vic
tory. Lavey helped out with three
points and a good floor game. The
losing five were paced by Mel
Krause with four points and Cooper
with three.
Narrow Win
With the score tied 8-8, Kenny
Seeborg dropped in a free throw for
the “skins” and followed up with
another a few moments later, the
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