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Fbur Teams Vie
For Top Spots
In Bowling Race
Merrick and Stitzer halls and
Theta Chi and Sigma Phi Epsilon
continue to rule the roost in their
respective bowling leagues.
Twenty Gaines Played
In the inter-dorm league Mer
rick and Stitzer halls are currently
tied for top spot with 15 wins
against 5 losses. Theta Chi and the
Sig Eps hold the top spot in the fra
ternity league with 10 wins and two
High Average 165
Highest averages to date in the
inter-dorm league are: 165 by Lou
Sutton, Switzer; 164 by Clarence
Kappi, Sherry Ross; 163 by Carl
Englund, Stan Ray; 162 by Paul
DaVlington, Gamma; 162 by Bill
Wdod, Merrick; 162 by Merton
Merrick . 2625
Ktitzer . 2781
Sian Ray . 2687
Gamma . 2809
Mlnturn . 2848
.Alpha . 2685
Sherry Ross. 2590
McChesney . 2506
Theta Chi . 2526
Sigma Phi Epsilon .... 2486
Pi Kappa Phi.2715
Kappa Sigma . 2477
Phi Delta Theta . 2472
Lambda Chi Alpha .... 2421
Phi Gamma Delta. 2487
Delta Tau Delta. 2587
The WAA volleyball season will
be winding up this week with the
semi-finals today and the finals on
Thursday. Today’s schedule will be
Highland House vs. University
House, and Ann Judson House vs.
Thursday the two winners of
Tuesday's games will vie for first
and second place honors, while the
tub losers will battle it out for
thft'd and fourth positions.
In Preparation for
Coach John Warren’s varsity
basketballers ran through their
paces again Monday, and the em
phasis was on the “run.” Will Ur
ban, Bob Peterson and Art Shep
herd ran hard most of the afternoon
trying to get their respective foot
and ankles in shape after recent in
Shepherd’s Ankle Stubborn
Urban who will be a stalwart un
der the boards again this year is
steering clear of his art due to a
little excess weight picked up while
his foot was healing. Peterson's
ankle is healing nicely, but Shep
herd’s ankle is taking a little long
er to patch up.
But the whole team is doing plen
ty of running for that matter, try
ing to get plenty of wind built up
for their two games at mile-high
Salt Lake City.
Chet and Hank
Warren said the team was look
ing sharper with every practice, es
pecially in the tough center position
where both Chet Noe and Hank
Bonnemann are showing the best
Mel Streeter is coming along fine,
according to the coach, and can be
expected to see plenty of action in
coming games at the forward slot
along with Urban and Peterson.
Tire team’s opening games are at
Salt Lake City, with the opener
against Utah, December 1, and a
game with Utah State December 2.
The first local games will be with
U. C. L. A. in Eugene on December
8 and 9.
Draftsmen Take Lead
ih Prof Bowling League
The faculty bowling league saw
l u‘ Draftsmen move into first
)il;fce Monday night after defeating
tud Liberal Hats 3-1, and the rest
cf tlie league moved accordingly.
The Grenadiers moved into the
second slot by defeating the Vita
r litis, who moved into sole com
uutad of the cellar, 4-0. In other
g inies the Jets lost to the Stack
.I lls 3-1, while the Flying Saucers
took the Nogoodniks to the tune of
Don Hunter of the Stack Rats
h ut the high game for the night as
I e 'rolled a 191. High series for the
jujyers was taken by W. E. Hanes
\ ho bowled 470 in his three games.
The new standings are as fol
I raftsnien .
^ lying Saucers
f logoodniks .. ..
Stack Rats .
V itahilns .
. 11 5
. 8 8
. G 10
. 3 13
Merle Mass, desk; Sam Fidman,
Hob Pierce, and Clyde Fahlman.
High scores in bowling ton the
Student Union alleys last week
were rolled by Helen Johnson,
Hendricks Hull with 17(1, and
Mike Neisli, Kappa Sigma with
287. Both of these bowlers are
awarded 10 free lines of bowling.
MINNEAPOLIS - - (.P> — Bernie
Bierman Monday resigned as head
football coach at the University of
Minnesota. He asked to be relieved
at the end of the present year.
Bierman said he had had the
move in mind for some time and
that he felt this was "as good a time
He said the move was not prompt
ed by the fact the current Gopher
football team has failed to win a
game thus far this year. He said
that since World War II the coach-!
ing job has been particularly cliffi- j
Bierman added that he had no
plans for the future anil that he was
Coach Jim Aiken’s varsity re
serve gridders displayed a strong
offense when they scrimmaged
with the Oregon Frosh reserves
Monday afternoon while Coach Bill
Bowerman’s Frosh regulars work
ed out briefly, stressing passing and
Hal Dunham led the varsity at
tack, completing a large number of
aerials to Ends Jake Williams and
Monte Brethauer and Left Half Hal
Cuffel. The senior Ducks also mov
ed effectively on the ground, spark
ed by the running efforts of Full
back Bobo Moore.
Ducklings On Defense
The varsity squad had the ball
throughout the scrimmage, and the
Yearlings played' only on defense.
The outstanding Duckling defen
sive stalwarts included Fullback
Bob Krasneski, Halfback Jim Gun
nell, Guard LaSalle Coles, and
Tackle Darold Farr.
Frosh vs Hboks
The Frosh will have a light in
tra-squad scrimmage this after
noon. They will close the season
against the Oregon State Rooks at
1:30 Friday afternoon on Hayward
Field. The Ducklings played one of
their finest games in many years
Saturday afternoon when they al
most upset the powerful Washing
ton Pups. The Northerners were
forced to come from behind during
the final quarter in order to gain a
Won by Minturn
Minturn hall walked off with the
intra-school swim meet -held last
Tuesday afternoon at the men’s
pool. The winners scored a total of
59 points to take the meet in which
9 fraternities and halls participated.
Cherney Takes Second
Cherney took second place with
23 points, the Phi Psis copped third
with 21, and the Betas won the
fourth spot with 15 points.
Minturn won both relays and all
individual events. Both Terada and
Yoshioka were double winners for
the hall. There were five individual
events and two realys in the met.
not entertaining any offer of a
coaching job at this time.
Bierman’s action was announced
at a news conference in the office
of Athletic Director Ike Armstrong.
Armstrong said that "Bierman
could stay on in the athletic depart
ment in any capacity he wishes"
and "we hope he will remain.”
Sig Eps, Kappa Sigs
Winners in Close
By Bob Pierce
Four volleyball teams came out on the winning side of the led
ger Monday. Kappa Sigma, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Delta Theta,
and Sigma Phi Epsilon all wen their games as McChesney Hall
and French Hall failed to show and Cherney forefited to Delta
In a Friday game the Phi Psi s won by a forfeit ovei Phi Kappa
Sigma. Monday’s Emerald was in
One of the hardest fought bat
tles of the afternoon was seen in
the Kappa Sigma-Phi Psi games.
The Kappa Sigs took the first fray
in a tight 16-14 game, but the Phi
Psi’s bounced right back to take the
second by the identical score. The
last game was the scene of two
sweating, tired teams with each
trying to get an upper hand. The
Kappa Sigs finally left the floor at
the top end of a 15-10 score.
Fijis Over Nestor
The Fijis downed Nestor in two
consecutive games in other Monday
action 15-10 and 15-7. The boys
from Nestor got a little perturbed
with some of the decisions in the
games, but the referee seemed sin
cere after the game when he said
that he had called the game to the
best of his ability*
The Phi Delta Theta’s downed
Sigma Nu 15-11 and 15-5. It was a
tough battle all the way for both
teams in which everybody was giv
ing everything they had.
Sig Eps Over Odds
Another thriller of the afternoon
was the game in which Stan Ray
Hall appeared to be on the road to
victory after taking a first game
from the Sig Eps 15-9. But the Sig
Eps came to life in the second game
to pass up a 14-12 lead by Stan Ray
and Cake the game 16-14. Fate
seemed to favor the frat boys and
they came out on top in the third
game by a score of 15-10.
There will be a meeting of all the
managers of the teams who have
won in their leagues at 11 a.m.
Thursday, November 16.
iM Volleyball Schedule
3:50 Court 40—Sigma Chi A vs
Phi Kaps A
Court 43—Sherry Ross A vs.-^l
4:35 Court 40—Betas A vs Pi
House A vs Yeo
5:15 Court 40—DU’s A vs Phi
Court 43—Omega A vs Pi K
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