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First-Place WSC in f/g/oo Tonight
Forward Bob Gambold
Guard Leon Mangis
Center George Rosser
Guard Pete Mullins
Forward Eric Roberts
Probable Washington State Starters for Tonight
Frosh Face Portland
In Prelim Tilt Tonight
The powerful Oregon Frosh will
battle the Portland University
Freshmen at 6:15 tonight in a Mc
Arthur court hoop clash.
It will be the second meeting of
the season for the two clubs, and
the Ducklings will be seeking their
second win over the Portlanders.
Coach Don Kirsch’s Yearlings
seized a 49-41 decision over the Pi
tot Frosh when they met last De
cember at Portland. Since then, the
Oregon lineup has been radically
altered by scholastic eligibility rul
ings. The losses included Foiwards
Bob Stout and John Reynolds and
Guard Paul Poetsch.
Duckling starters against Port
land will probably include Forwards
Ron Phillips and Barney Holland,
Center Doug Rogers, and Guards
Kenny Wegner and Bob Hawes.
Others who may see action in
clude Forwards Don Siegmund and
Oon Hedgepeth. Centers Leon
Keefe and Phil Barter, and Guards
Ron Keil, Clark Hollis, and Gene
A Duckling triumph would be
their 20th in 21 starts. The Year
lings have won 10 out of 11 during
the present campaign. This gives
them a three-year record of 44 wins
and 6 setbacks.
Oregon’s 1939 national cham
pions won 14 and dropped 2 in ND
Bowlers to Meet
In Two Matches
Intercollegiate bowling between
the University of Oregon and Ore
gon State college has been ai tanged
by Lou Bellisimo, Student Union
The home anu home series will be
played in Corvallis and Eugene dur
ing the Dad’s Day celebrations of
Webfoot bowlers will venture
north next Saturday, which is Dad's
Day on the OSC campus. This
match will be played at 1 p.m. at
the Corvallis Bowl on south Second
street in Corvallis.
The return match will be rolled
on the SU alleys here the following
Saturday, Feb. 24, which is Dad’s
Day on the Oregon campus. Time
will be 3 p.m.
Letter in Emerald
Bellisimo said he set about to
arrange the matches after a letter
to the editor was published in Mon
day's Emerald. The letter was from
a group of OSC students, challeng
ing any group of Webfoots to a
match or matches.
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Stitzer Beats DU,
Chi Psi Wallops
Phi Psi's in IMs
Chi Psi knocked over Phi Kappa
j Psi 27-17 in the feature tilt of Mon
day's class A inti. 'euial basket
In other contests Stitzer won over
Delt Upsilon 20-H and Gamma
I steamrolled Pi Kappa Phi 32-9.
Led by John Chaney and Bob
Maxwell, Chi Psi rolled to a half
time margin of 17-6 and then coast
ed to their lopsided wine over Phi
Domination of both backboards
and a fair shooting average proved
the margin of victory in a contest
which was rated a near toss-up be
fore the opening whistle. Chaney
and Maxwell split high point hon
ors, tossing in eight apiece. Burt
Burgstiorn hemped six to pace the
Bob Stout, former player on the
Frosh squad swished the hemp for
16 counters to lead Stitzer's point
making parade against Delta Up
Stitzer moved out to a 9-3 margin
in the first half and then waxed
red hot in the third quarter to take
a lead of 18-9. The tide changed at
this point and Delta Upsilon, aided
considerably by the backboard
work of Dick McConnell, poured
through five points and brought the
final margin to 20-16. McConnell
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Cougars, Ducks Fight
For Conference Lead
In Two-Game Series
Washington State college number-one team of the Northern
Division basketball fight moves into McArthur conn tonight
for the first of two games again i (>regon.
The two teams split a pair of game- last week in Tollman.
(lame time is S pm. Oregon and Portland university fro a
teams will mix it up starting at 6:15 p in. for the preliminary tilt.
Running the WSC Cougars will he Coach Janie l1 riel, who i
been at Pullman for 2.1 years now.
Web foot fans will see the famou- Friel two platoon system in
action—five men alternated at a time in the game. Starting for
WSC will probably be Forwards Bob < '.ambold and Kric Roberts,
Center George Rosser, and Guards Pete Mullins and I,eon Man
[•'riel's second five is likely to consist of Forwards f.loyd
Schmick and Pat Streamer, Center Dave Roberts, and Guards
Frank Mataya and Seymour Stuurmans.
F’or Oregon, the starting five, is figured to be Forwards Bob
Peterson and Curt Barclay, Center Jim l.o-euiolf, and Guards
Mel Krause and Jack Keller.
Washington State so far this year, a- in past years, has follow -
ed a s\>tem of hall-control play, not too unlike that of Oregon
The Cougars arrived in Kugene yesterday and worked oir^
bricflv on the Mac court floor yesterday afternoon to limber up.
Friel appeared to be giving his team some practice in fast break
ing, but the Pullmanites looked much smoother with their set
Sigma Nu'sgClip Beta Theta Pi
Sigma Nu Jerry Mock broke the
40-yard dash record in intramural
track yesterday to lead his team to
a 51-8 defeat over Beta Theta Pi.
Mock’s new record is 4.4 seconds.
In setting the new IM mark for
the 40-yard dash, Mock broke the
mark of former Duck Sprinter Bill
Kell, who ran the 40 in 4.5, and tied
the old mark of Davey Henthorne.
Another IM record snapped when
Tom Swalm of Sigma Nu ran the
hurdles course in 5.8 seconds.
Sigma Nu captured the first
place in every event, to make the
second straight meet day In which
this has happened.
The events looked like this when
it was all over:
40-yard dash—Mock took first,
Sigma Nu Cany Moran took sec
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