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BM Softball Clashes
Feature High Scores
Westminster l'.’. Legal Engles
Delta Tau Delta 2. Merrick 1.
Chi Psi 12, MoChesnev 3.
Phi Kappa Sigma 9. PiKAs 3.
Betas 9, Sigma Alpha Mu 1.
Kappa Sigma 19. Gamma Hull
3:50 North Field—Sigma Alpha
Epsilon vs Sherry Koss
South Field—Phi Delts vs Phi
Upper Field—Cherney vs Phi
4:5o North Field—Alpha Tau
Omega vs Philadelphia
South Field—Lambda Chi Al
pha vs Sigma Chi
Upper Field—Nestor vs Sig
John Reading of Delta Tau Del
ta pitched a no-hitter as the Delts
edged Merrick Hall 2-1 Monday af
ternoon on the intramural fields.
In the other games. Westminster
House blanked the Legal Eagles 12
0, Chi Psi routed MeChesney Hall
12-3. Phi Kappa Sigma outscored
Pi Kappa Alpha y-o, Jbeta ineia
dropped Sigma Alpha Mu 9-1, and
Kappa Sigma downed Gamma Hall
Reading fanned nine as he fash
ioned his no-hit triumph. Bob Eck
ert pitched and Roger Webster
caught for Merrick.
Hurler Frank Cothrell of West
minster held the law students score
less and contributed a three-base
blow to the Westminster cause.
Although Westminster's Bill
Crow, who hammered two round
trippers during his last perform
ance. failed to produce anything of
a similar nature, the afternoon's
activities included the usual supply
of long hits.
Pi Kappa Alpha's first batter,
Oscar Shoemake. hit a round-trip
j>er against Phi Kappa Sigma, but
one of his opponents. Dick Still,
connected for two four-base blows.
Bob Maxwell of Chi Psi homered
Sergeant Case of the ROTC de
partment and his wife, Eunice
Case, are in first place at the end
of the second week of play in the
faculty mixed doubles bowling lea
Sergeant Case and his wife have
won eight matches and lost none.
Three couples are close behind with
7-1 records. They include Darrell
Robinson and Lily Rowley. R. W.
Oryder and Mrs. P. S. Peterson,
and H. P. Barnhart and Jlargie
The top 12 couples in the 16-team
league include the following:
Eunice Case . 8 0 1.000
Lily Rowley . 7 1 .815
K. \V. Cryder,
Mrs. P. S. Peterson 7 1 .875
H. P. Barnhart,
Margie Driver . 7 1 .875
Helen Tiland . 5 3 .G25
Mrs. Eldon Hanes 5 3 .625
Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Gelliausen 4 4 .500
Dick W illiams
Armida Beilis . 4 4 .500
Lillian Price. 4 4 .500
Olga Yhvtich 4 4 .500
Mrs.»Hibner . 3 5 .375
Prof. E. M. Baldwin,
Mrs. Baldwin . 3 5 .375
Duck Tennis Squad
Holding a three-game losing j
rtreak, the Oregon tennis team will
try to start winning again at 3 p.m.
today on the local courts when it
meets Willamette University.
The two teams have a return en
gagement Friday in Salem.
NEW YORK The National
League race looks like a three-team
squabble with the well-balanced
Fighting Phillies picked to beat
out Brooklyn and New York Giants.
Sure you remember last Septem
ber. How the Whiz Kids wobbled
and the awakened Dodgers almost
nipped them at the wire. How Leo
Durocher's Giants, with Sal Maglie
and Jim Hearn flinging shutouts,
surged to third place in a galloping
finish. How the Phils lost four
straight to the Yanks in the
There has been a tendency to
write off the Phils as "one time
wonders.” to say Jim Constanty
never can approach his 74 superb
relief jobs of last season. To under
rate the champs. That's tricky busi
Loss of Curt Simmons, the 17
game winner now in the army, was
a major blow. But Manager Eddie
Sawyer has the men who could pick
up those wins, Flyuss Meyer, Ken
Johnson and Ken Heintzelman.
The Phils should be a better club
with more experience for Whiz Kids
like Willie Jones. Robin Roberts.
Bubba Church, Bob Miller. Mike
Goliat. Granny Hamner and Richie
Ashburn. They have a little more
infield insurance. Still the regulars
must avoid serious injury if they're
to win again. I
Sawyer and spirit, synonymous
with the Phils, is an important fac
tor. Perhaps the big reason. There
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Ping Pong Play
First round matches in the all- ]
school table tennis tournament j
must be finished by 4 p.m. Friday I
and scores turned in at the Student
Union recreation area. The dead-i
line for second round play is April!
20, the third round April 27, fourth
round May 4, and finals May 10.'
Each player should contact his op-,
ponent and arrange a convenient i
time to play the match. Following,
are the pairings for the first round:
Arnold Baumann — Jim ('alder- j
Hank Xarsehik—Dick Williams.
Dick Thompson—Vic Xakhai.
Tom Macdonald—Nobu Yokoga- j
Jack Canfield—-Hal Cuff el.
Jerry Bailey—Dick Chambers.
George Lament—Lowell N. Swan- j
Carroll E. Reekman—Bob Gray.
Bob Kidderbush—Doug Hunt.
Philip Dougherty—Les Howatt. •
William Taylor, Ernie Baldini,!
Paul Burkhardt, M. M. Atthowe, j
Dick Bleninsop, and Alan Kershan
drew byes for the first round.
A match between Shirley Nichols
and Monnie Gutchow is tne sole
first-round match, but the follow
ing second-round matches can be'
playecfany time before April 20:
Nancy Galbreath — Mary Ellen
Mary Beth Woodell—Norma Jo
June Nichols—Joan DcBenedetti. |
For Grid Honors
XKW HRl'XSWICK. X. J. -(AT)- l'.rnii- Xevers. who lent
pulverizing power to the great Stanford teams ol the early twen
ti^-s was named fullback today on eollehe footh-ill s -ill turn All
'phis dream eleven pins second and third teams. hrst ever
chosen on such a broad and representative scale, are being picked
in a nationwide poll by the Associated Press to provide nomina
tions for the Xatoinal h oothall 11 all of 1 *arne.
No player has yet been named to
the $5,000,000 shrine planned at
Rutgers University here, but it is
probable most if not all the players
named on these three teams will
be among the early selections.
The shrine has been endorsed by
the National Collegiate Athletic
Nevers completes a backfield
that includes Walter Eckersall, the
famous little running and kicking
star of Chicago, at quarterback and
the immortal Red Grange of Illi
nois and Jim Thorpe of the Car
lisle Indians at halfbacks.
This line-splitting ball-carriei
adds goal-line punch and all around
efficiency to a foursome that has no,
The ruddy-faced, blond bulldoz
er played at Stanford in 1923, 1924
and 1925 under Coach Glenn S.
tPopl Warner, one of the sport's
Warner repeatedly said Nevers
was the greatest football player he
ever saw. Durin gthe three years
Nevers was in the backfield. Stan
ford won 21 games lost 5 and tied
Aievers was an exceptionally (
hard-running back, a splendid pas
ser and rock-ribbed stalwart on
defense. He was named fullback on
the 1925 All America team picked
by the Associated Press.
In the balloting the Stanford star
received 317 points to beat out He
lix (Doc) Blanchard of Army and
John Kimbrough of Texas A. & M.
who followed in older to make tin
second and third teams.
Blanchard, a three-time (1944
45-46» All America at West Point,
received 116 points and Kimbrough,
All America with the Texas Aggies
in 1939 and 1940, received 56 points.
More than 100 sports writers and
broadcasters participated in the poll
but thousands of opinions are rep
resented in the final result.
Other fullbacks receiving votes
were Bronko Nagurski of Minne
sota, who split a strong tackle and
fullback vote to make the first
team at tackle, Eddie Mahan and
Charley Brickley of Harvard and
Ken Kavanaugh of Louisiana State.
The Duck coed pocket billiard
team will start competition today
at 6:15 p.m. in the national inter
Matches will be played in the
Student Union recreation area.
Members of the team are Donna
Wilcox, Zoe Hager, Alma Dopson,
Joan Williams, and Gerry Marsh.
EAST EANSING, Mich. '.T> A
sophomore boxer who breezed
through a grueling schedule of
bouts cun claim the major share of
credit for Michigan State's new
National Collegiate Athletic Asso
ciation i Ing crown.
Husky Gerald (Jodi Black
fought four bouts for the Spartans
in the 145-pound class of the NCAA
tests that were held here from
Thursday to Saturday.
He won all four to collect 10
points, nearly half of the 21 total
that put the home school just ahead
of Wisconsin. The Badger team
had 20, Washington State IT and
Idaho 12. Iduho was co-champion
with Gonzaga in 1950.
In Ski Tourney
By Jack Hand
CISCO. Calif. (/Pi University
of Nevada skiiers clung success
fully to a narrow lead to win the
Warren Vanderbilt Memorial Tour
nament Sunday afternoon.
Nevada trailed in Saturday’s
final jumping event but edged Stan
ford 397.92 to 395.73 in the three
day. six-school meet.
University of California was
third with 385.19. University of
Oregon was fourth with 367.62.
Oregon’s Stuart McCollum won
the jumping event, trailed by Dave
Taylor of Stanford and Don Baer
The Oregon Webfoot baseball
squad will attempt to Improve its
3-3 season record when it battles
the Pacific University Badger* this
afternoon at Forest Grove.
Coach Don Kirsch's Ducks took
a 12-7 decision over the Badgers
last Tuesday on the local Howe
Field diamond. However, the out
come of the game was in doubt un
til the Ducks bunched three runs in
the eighth inning.
The Badgers scored six runs in
tiie seventh Inning to lake a short -
lived 7-6 lead, but Oregon regained
the lead when Third Hacker Joe
Tom connected with a long home
run with Lee Alvord on base.
COLTMBUS, O. UP> Mikefbj-p*
pe, Ohio State’s dapper swim coaeli,
wondered today just what you have
to do to win the National AAU in
door swimming crown.
Mike's Bucks, who have won
three times and haven't been worse
than second in the last seven meets,
rolled tip 58 points in the weekend
event in their own pool.
But, despite that showing, Ohio
finished 75 points back of the New
Haven Swim Club's star-studded
22-man squad winch piled up 133 -
more than twice as many as any
team has ever amassed.
The answer was easy. The New
Havens, a conglomeration of Yale
F*rosh, Grads and Varsity, won five
events and then added five sec
onds, five thirds, seven fourths, five
fifths and a lone sixth for what
Peppe termed ther “unholy total."
John Marshall, the 21-year-old
freestylcr from Australia, dupli
cated his NCAA wins as he repeat
ed ns AAU champion in the 1500
meter and 220 and 440-yard events.
New Haven also triumphed in both
Marshall was the only triple win
ner. and the only 1950 champion
able to retain his laurels. Skippy
Browning of Texas coppied his
NCAA feat of winning both diving
events, the one-meter and the three
meter, anil Jack Taylor of Ohio
State took both backstroke compe
by Tom Burns, Jr.
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