Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, November 19, 1949, Image 1

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16 Pages
16 Pages
Deferred Rushing for Oregon
_: _ See Editorial, page two
Duck-Beaver Football Classic Today
Ann Judson, Delts Win Sign Contest
A PICTORIAL REVIEW of Homecoming Weekend festivities—For
the third straight year, Ann Judson House won top honors in the
women’s sign contest (upper left). Delta Tau Delta was awarded first
prize in the men’s division (upper right). The noise parade (top cen
ter) and annual bonfire (bottom center) highlighted activities yester
day afternoon. Freshmen men will gather this morning for the
painting of the “O’’ (center left). Coach Jim Aiken (inset) will also
be trying for a third straight win today, over the Oregon State
Beavers. A scene from last year’s Civil War is shown at center right.
Oregon won that contest, 10-0. Buddies, famed Oregon mascot, (lower
left) will be on hand today for a weekly turn around the field. Signs,
float, and l>onfire pictures by Emerald photographer Gene Rose.
Others by Art French and Deane Bond of the University Photography
OSC Team
Civil War
Two high-scoring football
machines, both keyed to the
sky for today's 1949 finale,
clash on Hayward Field at 2
More than 2d,000 fans will
witness the contest, which is
chapter 53 in the Oregon-Ore
gon State gridiron Civil War.
Coach Jim Aiken’s Webfoots,
who've fought losing battles
with five opponents this year, will
be after their third straight win
over the Beavers. But previous
records mean little in this classic,
series. Fighting underdogs have
won many times in the past.
Kip Taylor and his single-wing
Orangemen go into the game as
one-touchdown favorites. The Bea
vers have defeated five of their
last six foes.
Today's game will be the last
in collegiate togs for 30 players.
Fourteen Ducks and 16 Aggies end
their PCC careers, and are pledged
to lead their team in victory.
Both squads lack nothing in the
way of offensive scoring power.
Ken Carpenter, an All-American
candidate, will spark Oregon State
from his left-half position. End
Stan McGuire, two sophomores,
Bill Sheffold and Gene Morrow,
Dick Twenge and Dick Gray arc
other Beaver standouts.
Oregon’s attack i s moulded
around a solid backfield, including
Fullback Bob Sanders, who leads
the conference in rushing, Woodley
Lewis, George Bell, Johnny Mc
Kay, and Earl Stelle. McKay, how
ever, may be out with injuries.
End Darrell Robinson, record
breaking pass-receiver, will lead
the passing attack.
Defensive line play could prove
to be the victory key this after
noon. Both lines are evenly match
ed, with veterans at every position.
A round-up of the
deferred living contro
versy and more Home
coming news, including
today's schedule and re
sults of last night's con
tests, can be found on
! page three. For a feature
|on Oregon's 14 graduat
ing football seniors, see
pages 14 and 15.