Huskies to Have Big Advantage in Height,Experien ce Tomorrow night the two third piace teams in the Northern Divi sion will meet in the first of two games to see which one, or both, Will be eliminated from the title race. Oregon and Washington, both with three won and five lost rec otds, will clash in a two-game series Friday and Saturday, and if either otiint sweeps the meeting, the loser will be out in the cold. Washington will be a heavy fa vorite, due to a sweep in Seattle ov 6t‘ the Ducks last month and also because all of Oregon’s Northern Division wins have come over hap less Idaho, a firm cellar-dweller. The Huskies will also have a big advantage in height and experience dver the Webfoots. Four of the Washington starters will be at least 6-feet 3-inches, and the fifth Will probably be at six feet even. Rober Wiley, 6-foot 8-inch Web foot pivotman, will be the tallest man on the floor, two inches above Jim Mallory, starting center for the Huskies. But the Washington forwards, LaDon Henson and Bill Vandenburgh, both tower 6-foot 4 inches and guard Sammy White is an inch shorter. After Wiley, the Ducks tallest man will probably be Will Urban, the same height as White. Jim Bar telt is 6-foot 2-inches, with no other Oregon starter above six feet. Washington will have a big ad vantage in experience, with both White and Vandenburgh regulars from last year’s conference champs. Malloty and Andy Opa cich, who will probably team with White at guard, lettered on that team, and Henson was a regular back in 1946. For Oregon, only Wiley and Bar telt are lettermen, and they were both regulars a year back. Urban is a sophomore, playing his first year of varsity ball. The same is true of Johnny Neeley, a regular guard. The other guard, Paul Sowers, has had two years of junior college ex perience, but is playing his first year of Northern Division ball. Ait McLarney is also expected to use Louie Soriano, who might start instead of Opacicli, Kuss Parthe mer and Marcus Metzger in reserve duty. John Warren plans to pse his sec ond unit of Bob Don and Dale War berg at forwards, Bob Amacher at center, and Ken Seeborg and Lynn Hamilton at guard's. Rebec 'Skunks' ADPi, Highland Tods AOPi in WAA Caae Tilts By Elizabeth Erlandson Alpha Delta Pi took the first “skunking” of the season when they fell to a strong Rebec house team, 12-0 in one of yesterday’s WAA intramural basketball games. Though the losers put up a better fight than the score indicated, somehow they couldn’t manage to get into the game. Responsible for a big majority of the Rebec points was Belle Russell who had nine counters to her credit. This was the first game played by the ADPis as they drew a bye for the first time, however it was the second for Rebec house, win nlng 'their other game with a hig margin, also. Another runaway score was that earned by Highland house I when they waltzed by Alpha Omicron Pi 20-4 in the other game played Wed nesday. With half time score stand ing at 14-4, both teams stepped up the tempo in the second half to roll up a .bigger score. Scoring six for the winners were Pat Boyer and Joan Kronsteiner. Marion Chris tiansen and Marion Heath did the scoring for the AOPis. Seeing action today will be Al pha hall and Gamma hall in the outdoor gym and Zeta Tau Alpha and Highland house II in the indoor gym. Jack Orr to Lead Highly-Touted Rooks Against Frosh Tonight at Mac Court By Dick Mase The reputedly fearsome Oregon State Hooks invade McArthur court tonight as they square off against the Oregon frosh at 8 p. m. in the second game of their four game series. The Staters won the first encoun ter at Corvallis in a tight struggle which was featured by the scoring punch of Rook star Jackie Orr, who racked up 31 points of the 54-49 winning totals. Ducklings Led Once Don Kirsch’s Ducklings could manage only a brief first quarter lead of 14-11 and from then on tried vainly to keep pace with the point pitching of Mister Orr and his mates. Ken Hunt and Jim Vranizan were the scoring leaders for the frosh with 14 and 10 points respectively. While the Ducklings have gone undefeated since the Rook loss, their conquerors met and fell be fore a powerful Salem high Viking quint 41-36. The Paul Valenti coached Rooks have also checked in with lop-sided victories over Hood River high, 67-28, and West Linn, 70-31, since the Oregon game. Kook Starters Ready No changes are expected in the tegular baby Beaver starting com bination of Orr and Jim Padgett, forwards; Bob Edwards, center; and George Allison and Don White, guards. No introduction is needed for ex Grants Passer Orr, but Jim Padgett is a new face in the state as he comes fiom Redding, California where he was named to the All Northern California team. Padgett is around the 6 foot 5 inch mark and his actions and build are quite sim ilar to those of Bill Vandenburgh of the University of Washington. Bob Edwai'ds, former Corvallis high all-stater, is an inch taller than Padgett and has yet to hit the point-making strides of either Orr or Padgett, but is capable of giving the frosh a very rough evening on the backboards. Allison, White to Start George Allison is from McMinn ville and was a very steady player during his prep school days, lead Hoopster Highlights - Wiley Hopes to Oust Jinx When Ducks Face Washington in Weekend Games l»> Sam Kidman It was the 1942-48 basketball season, and the University of Oregon was trailing Washing ton’s Huskies by one jyolnt. A six foot, eight inch Oregon freshman brought the ball down the eourt, broke for center, and cast off with a story book left hander from 30 feet out. The ball rolled around the rim of the basket, and. as the filial gun sounded, dropped harm lessly to the floor. That was the beginning of Roger Wiley’s big jinx. Big Rog has a personal reason for wanting to beat the Huskies this weekend, because since that ill-fam ed shot in 1942, “lady luck" has bfcen helping the University of Washington cagers cheek him. Rog likes nothing better than beating Oregon State, but the Husky issue is strictly a personal one. The Ore gon "Hot Dog” will be out to skin the Seattle pups this weekend, with the realization that it is his big last chance. Kog, who fills in his lanky frame with 217 pounds of meat and muscle, was graduated from Bremerton, Wash., high school in 1!)42, anil decided to attend the HOT 1)00 center Wiley will un limber bis favorite hook shot against the Huskies Friday anil Saturday. I University of Oregon, because as he so sincerely puts it, “the peo ple down here are always so friendly.” In his first year aboard the Eu gene campus, Wiley was one of three freshmen who cracked the varsity, the others being Stan Wil liamson and Eddie Dick, brother of All-American John Dick. That was all the basketball Ore gon could squeeze from the Wiley limbs until 1946, when Rog reenter ed the University after serving ov erseas 21 months with the army. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd J. Riley, Bremerton, Rog collected two battle stars for action in Bur ma. It was during his service ca reer that "Hot Dog” got his great est number of points in one game. He dunked in 28 markers while playing with the Ledo all-stars in a tilt at Calcutta, India. Rog ad mits making 34 points in a church league, but prefers not to count that on his record. While at Bremerton high, Wiley ’ picked up two letters as a pitcher for the Wildcat baseball squad, and two more as a second string all (Picas? turn to page eight) j ing a fine Grizzly team to the state tournament in 1945. The other probable starter, Don White, hails from Washington of Portland where he acquired both all-city and second team all-state Rook Flashed mmrnm __ FORMER ALL-STATE star Bob Edwards will handle the center spot for the Oregon State Rooks tonight when they clash with Oregon’s Ducklings at Mae court, awards. Duckling coach, Don Kirsch, is expected to counter with his start ing unit used in the Junction City game, which is composed of Bill Clausen and Bill Carr, forwards; Jim Vranizan, center; Ken Hunt and Duane “Mouse” Owens, guards. Bill Korpela, who appears to be regaining his early season form, is a good bet to see plenty of action. The same may be true of Jim Calder wood, who joined the team recently. Jim was a four-year letter winner at Baker high and is expected to add strength to the freshman squad. Ben Hogan Suffers Injures in Accident EL PASO, Tex., Feb. 2—(AP)— Ben Hogan, king of the golfers, suffered a fractured pelvis and a broken arm in an auto-bus collision Wednesday. A hospital supervisor said the report on Hogan’sinjuries was not complete, but “we think he is doing very well.” The supervisor said there were plans to take more X-rays of Ho gan either tonight or in the morn ing. The links bantam, leading money winner of the nation, and also na tional open and national PGA champion last year, was hurt in the collision of his automobile and a bus near Van Horn, Tex., 200 miles southeast of here, Wednesday morning. You can help lock the door against cm&mz Here is the story about a door that can he built to repel cancer, the deadly killer. The door locks only if two keys are turned. Science holds one key your money can provide the other. 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