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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1950)
By PETE CORNACCHIA
Emerald Sports Editor
Oiegon s 1950 epic thus far on the gridiron hasn’t been too epi
cal. Here’s the story on paper, compiled by the Atheltic News
OREGON FOOTBALL STATISTICS
Number of rushing plays...
Yards gained rushing.
Yards lost rushing .
Net yards gained rushing.
Number of passes attempted.
Number of passes completed.
Number of passes HAD intercepted.
Yards gained passing —-.
Total net yards gained rushing and passing
First downs by rushing.
First downs by passing.
First downs by penalties.;.
Total first downs.
Number of punts.
Average length of punts .
Average length of punt returns.
Average length of kickofif returns.
TNumber of penalities against.
Yards lost by penalties .*.
Fumbles lost .
- 41 44
.. 11 2
.. 36 51
.. 13 23
- 51 77
.. 35 30
... 33.6 36.4
.. 8.5 2.5
.. 17.9 14.3
. 35 32
.. 14 21
.. 7 14
Bob Carey. 26
Carl Ervin . 39
Tommy Edwards . 35
Chuck Missfeldt . 23
Bobo Moore .14
Don Sloan ....17
Hal Cuffel . lg
TC YG YL
Jim Calderwood . 4
Bill Fell .. 2
Earl Stelle.. g
Hal Dunham.1.-.-. 5
Bob Carey. 1
Chuck Missfeldt .1
Chet Daniels .:...0
TD PAT FG TP
5 0 41
11 0 101
Passing PA PC Yds Ave. PI
Earl Stelle .71 30 332 .425 7
Jim Calderwoocl . 19 9 21 .474 3
Hal Dunham ...... 7 2 13 .286 1
Punting - PU Yds.
Jim Calderwood .26 840
arl Stelle... 9 339
Monte Brethauer . 10
Jake Williams . 6
Tommy Edwards . 4
Dick Daugherty . 4
Carl Ervin . 4
Hal Cuff el. 3
Bob Carey .:.... 1
Don Sloan.;. 1
Bob Anderson . 1
Chuck Missfeldt . 1
Kickoff Returns KR
Tommy Edwards .6
Carl Ervin. 5
Monte Brethauer .2
Earl Stelle . 1
Bobo Moore . 1
Don Sloan . 1
Bob Carey. 1
Dick Daugherty ..2
Ron Lyman. 1
Punt Returns PR
Tommy Edwards .■..10
Earl Stelle . 3
%ack Gibilisco . 2
NEXT GAME: USC at Los Angeles Oct. 28.
Seven For Prexy;
Vote Next week
Seven men were nominated for
president of the Junior Inter
Fraternity Council nad nomina
tions were held open until the vot
ing: next week in a meeting of the
JIFC held Wednesday at Sigma
Nominated for president were:
Milt Hagan, Sigma Alpha Epsi
lon; Gene Lehman, Sigma Phi Ep
silon; DeWayne Bills, Beta Theta
Pi; Jack Adair, Delta Tau Delta;
Kieth Farnan, Phi Delta Theta;
Bob Jones, Kappa Sigma, and Ron
Anderson, Phi Gamma Delta.
The nominations were held open
and the voting was postponed until
next week after Tom Bauman,
vice-president, told the group that
most of the members were un
familiar with each other as yet
and a week’s time would give
them a chance to get acquainted.
Elections for vice-president and
secretary-treasurer will also take
place at the 4 p.m. meeting Wed
The need to bolster the treasury
soon in order to pay for the Ore
gana picture culminated in a pro
posal for the pledge class of each
house to contribute a minimum
of $3 to be paid by the next meet
Large Crowd Views
By John Hunt
Capacity crowds again viewed
the Wednesday evening movies in
Chapman Hall. “Volpone,” a
French sound film with English
subtitles, was the presentation.
Its setting was ancient Venice.
The plot revolves around Volpone,
a rich old man who pretends to
be dying in order to see what his
friends will do to try to become
his heit. His servant, Mochca, is
Volpone’s sly agent who carries
out his plot. Much of the action
of the play is carried by Mochca.
Volpone's friends debase them
selves in ordre to become his sup
posed heir. In the end Mochca,
who has guided all of their actions,
outwits Volpone and acquires all
of his money, which he spends
Spectators were appreciative of
the wit nad humor displayed by
the proficient actors, even though
the language was foreign.
(Continued from baae four)
ning backs—Johnny Olszewski, Jim
Monachino, and Pete Schabarum.
The Washington fullback Is tied
with King Block of Idaho in scor
ing, each having 36 points, accord
ing to the reports received.
Bill McColl, Stanford end, had
his lead in pass receiving cuf when
he was throttled by UCLA’s Donn
Moomaw last week. McColl now lias
24 completions and still has an ex
cellent chance to better the PCC
record of 31 receptions for a sea
son, but so has John Thomas of
Oregon State. The Beaver wing
man is only two catches behind Mc
The PCC’s top punter, Bob Moore
of UCLA, played a major part in
UCLA’s defeat of Stanford. The
Bruin tailback ranks in the nation’s
top ten with a 40.9 average on 33
Girls have now gone from ice
skating to roller skating or danc
ing, in order to sit this one out.
The world’s oldest fairy tale was
written over 4000 years ago, says
a writer. It must be that one
a husband working late at the
Schleicher Announces Deadline
For Scholarship Applications
lueacinne tor Rhodes Scholar
ship applications to be turned in
is 3 p.m. Monday in 109 Oregon,
according to Charles Schleicher,
International Affairs committee
chairman and institutional repre
sentative of the Rhodes Scholar
University male students with
at least a junior standing are eli
gbile to apply.
In past years, a number of stu
dents from Oregon have won these
scholarships. Don Treadgold, who
is now teaching at the University
Df Washington, and Nicholas Ria
sonofsky, who is teaching at a
college in the mid-west, are among
the more recent winners.
Cecil Rhodes, who established
the scholarship fund, was an Eng
lishman who made his fortune in
South African gold and diamond
mines. A good share of the money
he left was used to set up these
scholarships which are for study at
Originally, American and Ger
man students were awarded them,
but the German scholarships have
been discontinued. The purpose of
the awards was to create better
understanding among students
from the countries concerned and
to give them a broader cultural
Many former Rhodes scholars
ire now teaching in colleges or
connected with the administration
of colleges and universities, some
practice law in this country and ’in
other parts of the world, and still
others have gone into the diploma
One Ticket Remaim
For Football Game
It seems that there is but one
grandstand seat remaining for the
W. S. C. Homecoming football
game. During the confusion caus
ed by deadlihes and extending 01
sales for O. S. C. tickets, one stu
dent purchased this grandstand
ticket thinking he had a reserved
seat for the O. S. C.
However, realizing his mistake,
he returned the ticket, which iis
now available for the first stu
dent who wishes to purchase it.
Other seats available for the
game are located in the bleachna
below the grandstands and in the
south end zone. Approximately
7,000 seats are available for Homo
coming Alumni and parents. Thaw
tickets may be purchased in the
athletic ticket office located .tin
MacArthur Court any time dur
ing the day.
The puzzling part may die out
some day but in a lot of homes the
cross words will go on forever.
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