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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1951)
Emerald Sports Editor
Washington's Coach Tippy Dye attended Tuesday night's
< )regon-WSC clash. Purpose, of course, was to get a good look
at the Wchfoots in action against another team—in short, lie
Dye said he flew down Tuesday, and returned to Seattle by
plane yesterday morning. With Idaho on the bill in Edmund
son pavilion Friday and Saturday nights, Dye said he couldn't
afford more than one night away from the Husky campus.
Moineone in me crown mentioned
that Idaho should he an cu.sy kill
for Washington on the Hunky home
floor, but Dye was far from ex
pressing that sentiment.
He said the Vandals arc too tall
and too unpredictable for any op
timism on the part of his team.
Karlier in the Season, the Huskies
and Vandals split a pair of games In
Moscow, and Washington went on
to lose a pair in Pullman to Wash
'V So, while the Huskies won one
and lout three in the Inland Empire,
Oregon came out one better with a
two-two split. Dye commented with
a smile that the Huskies are still
In contention mainly by virtue of
their two early season victories over
Oregon in Seattle.
At half-time Tuesday night .after
an exhibition of as near- perfect
basketball as will In* f o ti n d any
where in the coast by two college
teams. Dye seemed just a little
VVSC, you'll remember was burn
ing up the hemp with a .560 ah not
ing average, while Oregon was
smoking with a .400 good in any
But in the second half, when WSC
finally showed that it could be off,
as well as almost totally "on,'' Dye
seemed a bit relieved trrsee that this
sort of basketball wasn't an ordin
ary thing in McArthur court. That's
observational assumption on our
part, of course, but he did murmur
a couple of times something like,
"Well, they DO miss occasionally,
Before the game, while both
teams were warming up with
shooting drills and so on, Dye
kept a sharp eye on the Ducks,
and didn't bother with a second
at the Cougar end Of the floor.
He paid particular attention to
Duck Forward Will Urban, who has
been out of play for so long now
with separated bones in his right
A slight Injury, or even the possi
bllity of an injury, can greatly han
dicap a player, of com ae. You’ll re
member that In the 19r>0 Washing
fon State series, Big Kil Gayda wan
held down mainly becauae he had a
bad ankle, and could pivot only in
one direction. Gayda waa usually
a threat on either side.
So juat how Urban is reacting to
his right foot was of great interest
to Tippy Dye Tuesday night
Since Oregon won the game by a
good margin anyway, perhaps it's
logical to say it was a good thing
Urban didn’t play. On the floor.
Urban might have shown some little
weakness one that the ordinary
spectator wouldn't notice but one
that Dye could see and capitalize
upon, a week from Friday and
Tippy took reamH of notes, of
course, ami was busy diagnosing
and charting Oregon plays, as well
as keeping an accurate floor chart
of Just where each played was every
time he shot.
And he was very careful not to
advertise just what he was writing
in his notes of course no one in the
press box was trying to peek over
his shoulder. His scouting is his own
Nevertheless, he was "covering
up" his notes just as carefully as
the friendless individual who hides
his paper in a tough classroom test.
Before the game, Dye was intro
duced to University President Dr.
Harry K. Newburn. Sometime dur
ing a lull in the second half, New
burn (sitting behind the Husky
coach in a reserved seat), leaned
forward to comment on something.
Dye almost unconsciously slapped
his open hand over his notes as he
turned to speak to Newburn it
must have been interesting ma
Dye showed several times that he
has extraordinary observation by
pointing out just what had hap
pened in various confusing inci
dents on the playing floor.
Theta Chi Overcomes
Pi Kappa Alpha, 23-19
Theta Chi downed Pi Kappa Al
pha, 23-19, in an intramural basket
ball thriller Wednesday, to high
light the afternoon’s 'B' intramural
In other contests, Phi Kappa Psi
beat Sigma Phi Epsilon, 33-13, and
Nestor won over Tau Kappa Epsi
A brilliant fourth quarter rally
gave Theta Chi their victory. With
the score 19-14 in favor of the Pi
Kaps at the start of the fourth per
iod, Theta Chi dropped through six
counters in less than three minutes
to gain a 20-19 lead. The Pi Kaps led
at halftime 14-8.
Nestor Given Struggle
Nestor Hall was given quite a
struggle before coming out on the
long end of the score. The high
point man for Nestor was Dick
Adams with five points, while He
bert sank 4 to pace the Tekes.
"*^t Phi Kappa Psi ran up the most
lopsided score of the afternoon.
After leading at the half 16-4 the
Phi Psis ran up a 33-13 count.
In intramural handball, Alpha
Tau Omega downed Campbell Club
2-1 thus earning the right to meet
Sigma Chi in the championship
Sherry Ross Bowls
Win Over Alpha
Sherry Ross Hall racked up a
■1-0 bowling win over Alpha Hall
in the only Wednesday intramural
bowling. Clarence Naapi rolled the
high game score, 190, and the high
series score, 526.
In Tuesday night’s bowling Sig
ma Phi Epsilon won 4-0 over Bar
rister Inn, Kappa Sigma also took
a 4-0 win over Gamma Hall, the
previous league leaders, and Camp
bell Club defeated Pi Kappa Alpha
41-27, in Track
Shot put 40' 8"; Noe (K). Bra
man (G), Couch (K>
Hl(fh Jump 5’ 6"; Martel (K»,
Glass (G), Sweitzer (K)
Pole vault 7’; (tie) Trim (K)
and Duahnell (Kt
Broad Jump 17' 2"; Novikoff
(K), Maushardt (G), Johnson (G)
Hurdles 5.9; Thoreson (Ki,
Martel (K) Sweitzer (K)
Forty-yard dash .9; Maushardt
(G), Weatherford (G), Clausen (K)
Three-fourth mile 3.13; Bush
nell (K), Midlem, Glass
Relay 17.2; Martel, Clausen,
Swjtzer, and Thorsen (K )
Come Back Thursday
The Women’s Athletic Associa
tion intramural swimming meet
scheduled for Tuesday night was
postponed and will take place at 7
p.m. today in the Gerlinger Pool.
Swimmers should ,be there by
Swlmlng competition opened last
Thursday with Chi Omega scoring
42 points to take the lead. Kappa i
Kappa Gamma followed with 33
and Highland House occupied third
place with lS'/a.
Bridge Playoffs Set
For 213 SU Tonight
eliminations for the Inter
collegiate Bridge Tournament
will be held at 6:30 tonight In
213 SU. All players participating
In the playoffs are asked to be
there at that time.
Ducks Defeat Cougars
f Continued from ('age four)
WSC's Gambold was hign for'
the game with 15 points, followed-’
not too. closely by Eric Roberts'
with 9. M-ngis had 7, Mullins and
Rosser 6 each, Dave Roberts 5,
Frank Mataya 4, and Stuurmans 3:
For Oregon, Krause was high
with his 14 counters. Next was'
Loscutoff with 13, and Hunt with"
12. Barclay, who had plenty off
Cougar company because of hi*4
23-point surge Tuesday night, was'
next with 7; Bob Peterson, just outr
of bed after a night’s session wittf
a fever, took 5; Jack Keller hit for'
4, and Chet Noe and Jim VranizanP
eac htook 1.
Oregon led in rebounds, 49-56:
Loscutoff grabbed 17 of theset
WSC was whistled for 27 personal
fouls and the Ducks for 22.
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