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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1950)
DICK PATRICK, Oregon linebacker, played this position 276 minutes
last season, and it looks as though he’ll he out there just as much it not
more during the present season. A versatile player, Patrick was ex
pected to move into the center slot at the beginning of the year, but
changes in the line have moved him back to his old spot.
Patrick Is One of the better lineman on the squad due to his endless
amount of drive and his love for good body contact with the ball car
rier. He is a junior in Liberal Arts, and hails from Vale.
Frosh Net Hopefuls
Hold First Practice
j'rosh basketball got underway Monday, and 42 men reported
for practice. After a workout the hopefuls scrimmaged with the
varsity squad. Among the freshman reporting were Kenny Wag
ner, All-stater from Portland, and Doug Rogers, All-stater from
'['be center position shouldn’t be too much worry, at least from
the height, end. Phil Barter of Van
couver, B. C. is 6-9, and James Bell
of San Jose, Calif, is 7-0.
Scrimmage Regular Feature
According to the coaches the
practice sessions between the fresh
man and varsity will be a regular
feature of the remaining weeks of
Those reporting ns guards were,
Kick Johnson, Ron Lowell, Bob
Scholer, Ron Strickling, Earl Fer
guson. Lincoln Pearson, Norm Hay,
Vince Tadei, Gene Beck, Dick Hil
ler, Kenny Wagner, Paul Poetsch,
Gene Lewis, Bob Hawes, Jim Bag
l»y, •Jerry Benedict, Lee Jackson,
Hon Keil, Rich Price, Clark Hollis,
Alan Mundlc, Skip Nagler, and
Centers ami Forwards
Centers, Phil Barter, Leon Keefe,
James Bell, and Doug Rogers.
Forwards, Donald Hull, Don
Siegmund. Roy Young, Ron Phil
lips. Doug Doodfill, Bob Stout, Bob
Staggs, Tom Ness, Vern Wilson,
Duve Woodruff, Richard Wood
ward. Burt Lucas, Ben Hansen, and
Today’s “B" Schedule
8:50 Court 40—Mlnturn Hall vs.
Sigma l’hi Epsilon
Court 43 Phi Delta Theta vs.
4:85 Court 40—Phi Gamma Del
ta vs. Nestor Hall.
Court 48—Chi Psi vs. Delta lTp
Today's “A” Schedule
5:15—Court 40—Mint urn Hall
vt>. French Hall.
Court 43—Lambda Chi Alpha vs.
The fault with a lot of people is
that they’re finding fault with a
lot of people.
Monday I'M Tilts
Show Unusual Play
by Bob Pierce
Monday’s intramural games started off fairly slow, but before
the afternoon was over there were some unusual wins. Those
coming out on top were, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Kappa Sigma,
Beta Theta Pi, and Phi Sigma Kappa. Forfeits were in order as
Merrick and Cherney fortified to Phi Kappa and Alpha Tau’s.
Tau Kappa Epsilon fell to Sigma Alpha Epsilon in two fast
o-ames. The SAE's showed wonderful teamwork by using a man
to set the ball up for the other mem
bers of the team. It worked like a
charm, and scores were 15-1 and 15
One of the saddest games Of the
day was when the Kappa Sigma’s
dropped Phi Kappa Sigma. The
first game was a thriller all the
way with the Kappa Sigs finally
taking the game 15-13. But tne
second game did not go the way of
the first, and the Kappa Sigma’s
skunked Phi Kaps to the tune of
Beta Theta Pi managed to beat
Sigma Alpha Mu five points the
first game and then turned the
trick again in the second game by a
score of 15-3.
The first game between Phi Sig
ma Kappa and Stan Bay Hall w as a
little onesided, 15-1 in favor of Phi
Sigma Kappa. The second game
seemed to be a repetition of the
first game until the score became
14-1, then the Stan Bay boys seem
ed to take a hand and took five
straight points but that was all.
The final score was 15-6.
WAA opened its season of activi
ties yesterday at 5 o'clock in Ger
linger with three Volleyball games.
University House Scores
University House, with a strong
a team won 48 to 18 over Hendricks
Hall. Mary Holeman and Jean God
knecht of University House set the
pace, tying for high scorers with 8
points each. Five girls, Naomi Lo
ran, Bonnie Gienger, Dolores Nord
strom, Pat Lee, and Gail Savage,
tied for high Scorer of Hendricks
Hall with 3 points each.
Nickles Leads Alpha Phi
Alpha Phi dropped their game to
Alpha Omicron Pi with a score of
29 to 18. Shirly Nickles led the Al
pha Omicron Pi team with 9 points,
while Starly Sparks scored 7 points
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Coach Jim Aiken experimented
with a new backfield combination
when his University of Oregon var
sity reserves scrimmaged with the
Oregon Frosh Monday afternoon.
Ed Sherrill started at quarter
back for the varsity and displayed
an outstanding ability to throw for
ward passes. The varsity running
attack was led by Fullback Eobo
Moore, who broke loose for several
long gains and scored the only
touchdown of the scrimmage by
galloping 40 yards on an off-tackle
play. Earl Stelle, who started at
halfback, also had a chance to
carry the ball.
The varsity line consisted of
Ends Wayne Johnson and Dick Sal
ter, Tackles Len Diederiohs and
Jerry Shaw, Guards Gene Edwards
and Del Clemens, and Center ChuSpte*
Fullback Howard Hostetler,
Guard Howard Allman, and Center
Dave Lowe were outstanding for
the Frosh. Duckling Halfback Jack
Morris was the top punter on the
Meeting for IM
Inter-organizational boxing will
be the main topic when intramural
representatives from all organiza
tions meet at 4 p.m. today in 122
Fhysical Education building.
Members of the athletic depart
ment staff, including Intramural
Director Paul Washke and Assist
ant Director Everett Peery, also
will attend the meeting.
Second Bowling League
Begins Rolling -Tonight
A second student bowling league
will get into operation tonight
when 8 inter-frats begin competi
tion. Games will begin at G:30 p.m.,
and will be held every Tuesday
night until December 12.
A trophy will be awarded to the
winning team at the end of the ser
ies. The trophy will be purchased by
the players who will contribute a
small sum in addition to the regular
Fraternities participating in the
league and their respective team
captains are. Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Don Bach; Phi Delta Theta, Bob
Taggesell; Phi Kappa Phi, Ken
Eaton; Phi Gamma Delta, Bob
Mathison; Delta Tan Delta; Dave
Johnston; Theta Chi, George Zu
pan; Lambda Chi Alpha Rick Pad
dack; and Kappa Sigma, Dick
Advisors and Supervisor
'The league was organized by
Tom Barry, member of Student
Union Interview and Referral Com
mittee. Tournament advisor will be
Bill Tuck, member of Student Un
ion Recreation Committee. General
bowling supervisor will be Lou Bel
lisimo, Bowling I^anes Director.
The other student group in action
is the intra-dorm league. The facul
ty have also organized a league.
Ski Delegates to Meet
SEATTLE i.-P>“ Delegates*from
Oregon, Washington and Idaho ski
clubs will meet at HooDoo Bowl on
Santiam Pass Saturday and Sun
day to map out the coming winter’s
High scores in bowling on the
Student Union alleys last week
were rolled by Susan Huffaker,
1588 Fairmont, with 168, and Ralph
Weekly, Minturn Hall, with 218.
Both of these bowlers are awarded
10 free lines of bowling.
Each week the highest total
scored by a male and the highest
score by a female will be published
in the Emerald and they will re
ceive their prize.
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