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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1949)
In their first meet of the year
the yearling swimmers put on a
fine show yesterday as they ran
rough shod over Klamath Falls
high school, 50-10.
40 yd. Free: Parrish (O) 1. Hig
ginbothm (O 2, Pininger (KF) 3.
100-yd. Breast: Adams (KF) 1;
Garrett .(O) 2; Heiken (KF) 3.
200-yd. Free: Blue (O) 1; Hig
ginbotham (O) 2; Yantis (KF) 3.
100-yd. Back: Antonsen (O) 1;
Garrett (O) 2; Cook (KF) 3. Time:
Diving: Blue (O) 1; Gass (KF)
2; Lang (KF) 3.
180-yd. Medley Relay: Won by
Frosh (Antonsen, Garrett, Par
rish). Time: 1:59.5.
160-yd. Relay: Won by Frosh
(Blue, Higginbotham, Choo, Par
rish). Time: 1:32.0.
100-yd. Free: Antonsen (O) 1;
Smith (KF) 2; Choo (O) 3. Time:
AEEX PETERSEN, vet OSC for
ward, figures to get liis share of
points when he goes up against
tlie Ducks this yveekend.
Order of 'O' Meets
Today at noon the Order of “O”
will hold a meeting at the ATO.
Frosh Trade Baskets Tonight
Against Rooks at Mac Court
Emerge With 51-48
Win Over Portland
In Saturday's Tilt
Oregon’s basketball Dusk
lings will be after win number
one against their three-time
conqueror, Oregon State, at McAr
thur court at 8 p.m. tonight ends
the four game series between the
Coach Don Kirsch’s Frosh, still
undefeated by high school opposi
tion, are fresh from a pair of wins
last weekend, including a victory
Her the tough Portland university
Ken Hunt and Bill Clausen, top
scorers for the Ducklings all sea
son long, were again the seigo guns
Saturday night against Portland,
scoring II and 12 points respec
Center Jim Vrani/.an was hot on
their tails with nine.
Coach Kirscli, out to salvage a
hit of lost prestige suffered in the
first three Rook encounters, will
likely use Clausen and Hunt in his
starting lineup, and might include
Jim Caiderwood or Bill Korpela,
Bob Gilbert, and Vranizan.
Book Coach Paul Valenti will
probably stick to his usual starters.
This puts Jim Padgett and high
scoring Jackie Orr at forwards, Bob
KJwards at center, and Don White
and George Allison, guards.
Five Swimming Marks Drop
As Cougars Top Oregon
With second place in the confer
ence at stake, the Cougars of Wash
ington State College anil Oregon
fought it out down to the last event
Saturday afternoon at the Men’s
'pool with the visitors finally nudg
ing the Aquaducks hy two points in
a record breaking, thrill packed
Five records fell before the on
slaught. First to fall was the med
ley relay record set in 1947 by
Oregon at 3:13.3.
Next on the list was Dick Smith’s
220-yd. freestyle record of 2:35.5.
By Canning paddling the finest 220
of his career, outdistanced the filed
and came in with the fine time of
Bob Elledge of Washington State
was next on the docket with a time
of 30.3 seconds in the 60-yd. free
style to easily knock over Moor
head’s record of 31.8.
Earl Walter came fast in the last
50 yards to win the 150-yd. hack
stroke with a time time of 1:42.3.
The 44l)-yd. freestyle saw the
next record making as Canning,
again outdistanced the field
800-yd. Medley: Won hy Oregon.
Special Price to University of Oregon Students (40c)
SESSIONS: Oregon Hockey League
Nlglitly—8 PM. ICE HOCKEY
Sat. & Sim Matinees— _
2:st> p. m. Every Sunday
Eugene Ice Arena
1850 W. 6th
220-yd Freestyle: Canning
(WSC) 1; DeVleming (VVSC) 2;
Hiatt (O) 3. Time: 2:209.
60-yd. Freestyle: Elledge (WSC)
1; Balch (O) 2; Santos (O) 3.
Individual Medley: Walter (O)
1; Hargraves (O) 2; Hannula
(WSC) 3. Time: 2:12.7.
Diving: Stanley (O) 1; Olsen
(WSC)2; Vawter (WSC) 3.
100-yd. Freestyle: Moreloclt
(WSC), 1 fSantos (O) 2: DeVlem
ing (WSC) 3. Time: 55.0.
150-yd. Backstroke: Walter (O)
1; Dolphin (WSC) 2; Hargraves
(O) 3. Time: 1:42.3.
200-yd. Breaststroke: Harman
(O) I; Bayly (O) 2; Bigger (WSC)
3. Time: 2:45.3.
440-yil. Freestyle: Canning
(WSC) 1; Demastus (WSC) 2; Hi
att (O) 3. Time: 5:06.2.
400-yd. Relay: Won by WSC.
It will be the front-running
Oregon State Beavers for John
Warren’s up and coming Web
foots this Friday and Saturday
nights. The first tilt will be at
McArthur Court and the second
The Beavers, who hold a two
game bulge over Washington State
for the top rung, have nine wins and
only three losses in Northern Divi
sion competition so far this year.
Last weekend the Orange drop
ped their nearest rivals for the title
in two straight tilts, bouncing WSC
52-47 and 51-42, despite Eddie Gay
da’s 41-point outburst. Oregon,
meanwhile, was splitting with the
University of San Francisco, losing
Friday 62-58 and winning Satur
OREGON STATE will be favored
to come out on top in the series, but
they will be meeting a quint that
has grown steadily more dangerous
as they gained experience. Satur
day night was a good example of
the Ducks improved play.
The visiting Dons, who the night
before had jumped off into an early
lead and coasted home on it, were
unable to ever gain a really big
margin over the scrappy Webfoots.
Oregon tools the lead away from
them midway in the opening half
and held it at intermission, 29-24.
Though USF swarmed back in
the second period, the Ducks, paced
by Roger Wiley and Dale Warberg
pushed their way back to the lead
and won out, stalling out the final
THE TILT WAS ICED when
John Neeley was intentionally foul
ed by Hal De Julio and awarded
In Ski Meet
Two women members of the Uni
versity Ski club were awarded sil
ver medals Sunday for placing in
the Pacific Northwest Ski associa
tion cross-country ski champion
ships held at Willamette pass.
The women, Mary Harvey and
Olyvia Watt, placed fourth and
fifth, respectively, in the Class C
women's event, which was held
over a three-mile course. Miss
Harvey covered the rugged
course in 68:49.0, and Miss Watt
completed the race in 70:09.4.
Winning time was 59:49.0, reg
istered by Birgit Tjader, unat
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two shots. He canned the first gift
er and took the second out of
bounds. His free toss made the
score 54-51, and the Dons were un
able to close the gap. Wiley flipped
in a fielder just before the gun to
tie it up tight.
Big Rog was the key man in the
VVebfoot attack, netting 20 and 21
points in the two games. Saturday
night he was deadly on his shots,
canning 9 of 13 attempts from the
Saturday San Francisco played
without the services of regular for
ward John Benington, their third
leading scorer. However, his sub
stitute, Don Giesen paced the Dons
in scoring, getting 14 points, one
more than Don Lofgran who had 20
the night before.
USF WAS ALSO hampered in
the closing minutes without little
Rene Herrerias, their ace defensive
star. He fouled out midway in the
The Ducks should be in top shape
for the Beaver tilt unless the flu
bug, now going the rounds of the
campus, gets one of the squad.
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