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Action in Mixed
Following are the bowling re
sults for Wednesday night's mixed
Hope Riley and Roe Jensen de
feated Allison Risley and Ken Ea
Darlene Swanson and Leo Naapi
•defeated Harriet Alderson and
Merv England 3-1.
Janet Corbett and Keith Hanson:
defeated Marion Smith and Bill j
I^o Naapi rolled a high series of
f.Ol and high game of 200.
Rosemary Barton and Bob Gord-!
on defeated Cleta Anderson and j
Giles Godfrey 3-1.
Miriam Goddard and Carroll
• fteekman defeated Daveen Parker
and Dick Kremmel 3-1.
Mary Myers and Dave Strauss
defeated Jane Hande and John Eck
A horse has gone 44 miles per
liour, and Jack's Joke . a racing
iiound, ran a quarter-mile at 38.87
jn.p.h.. but ostriches are faster. The
cheetah, a leopard found in India,
can outrun ostriches. The cheetah
is reputed to be in the 70 m.p.h.
Dominate IM Softball;
Delt Reading Allows Hit
'Pan Kappa Kpsilon. Campbell Club. Delta Cpsilon, Yeomen. |
Theta Chi! ami Delta 'Pan Delta won hard fought panics in \\ etl- j
nesday intramural softball.
Pitcher lack Reading of the Delts. who had previously hurled,
two no hit games, allowed one hit and one run to McChesney j
Ilall. His teammates clubbed the McChesney lmrler lor 9 hits.
winning easily, 8-1. . . f ,ri ,
In another excellent pitching performance. Hebard ot llieta j
Chi turned back Clu Psi 11-0. Max
well was the losing|pitcher.
The Yeomen and Pi Kappa Phi
had a ragged game. The Yeomen,
using only eight men, emerged vie
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torious by a 12-5 margin.
The DU's reached Sig Kp pitcher
Kehrli for only three hits, but to
score 5 runs. Sigma Phi Epsilon got
’ only 3 runs from DU pitcher John
Campbell Club routed Omega
hall by an 11-4 margin. Superior
Campbell Club batting and an ex
1 cellent pitching performance by
Hammerbeck told the story.
The TKE's knocked two Minium
pitchers around for 11 runs, while
Lacy allowed Minturn only 3 in the
Ducks Seek Revenge
In Thursday's Beaver
Baseball Battle There
Tlu- Oregon varsitv baseball squad "ill battle the powerful
On-eon State Heavers this afternoon at Corvallis. The Heavers
defeated Oregon 10-1 in a clash last Thursday on Howe Held.
Neither game counts in the Northern I hvision standings. 'I lie
Ducks took their fourth win in seven starts by defeating Pacific
I mcersitv 7-1 Tuesday night at I'orest C.rove.
Duck Couch Don Hunch plans to
start Jack Smith at the catching
position for toduy s clash. Kilhci
Mel Kmusc or Stan Anne will
handle-the hurling chores.
Left-hander Phil Settecase has
the starting assignment at first j
base, while Daryle Nelson, 1950
Northern Division batting cham
pion, will start at second base.
Ray Coley will perform at short
stop, while the third base starter's
role will go to either Joe Tom or
Nick Sclmier. The starting outfield
will consist of Left Fielder Kail
Averill, Jr.. Center Fielder Jim
Livesay, and Right Fielder Lee Al
Coach Kirsch's Webfoots will
meet Willamette Friday at Salem
and Portland University Saturday
3:50 North Field Phi Gamma
Delta vs Westminster House
3:50- South Field D-gal Eagles
vs Phi Kappa Sigma
3:50 Upper Field Beta Theta Pi
vs Sigma Alplui Epsilon
4:55 North Field Kappa Sigma
vs Sigma Alpha Mu
4:55 South Field Phi Delta The
ta vs Alpha Tail Omega
4:55 Upper Field Cherney Hall
vs Phi Kappa Psi
4:00 Minturn Hall vs Phi Sigma
'Awaken, O Ye Fishermen,
To the Call Of the Trout'
PORT LA XD—(AP)—The trout season opens Saturday in
Western Oregon streams.
The state game commission pointed out that stream conditions
are excellent, the weather forecast favorable—and 222,(J00 Ore
j gon fishermen had licenses last year.
That number won’t be out in full force Saturday, the commis
| sion implied, in calling attention to the restricted area for the
j first day’s fishing. Only coastal streams and the drainages of the
! Willamette. Sandy and Hood Rivers are open Saturday,
j The Rogue and Umpqua watersheds will he opened April 28.
, Kastern Oregon waters—except in Lake County—will he open
led May 20.
Since March 1, 250,000 yearling trout have been placed in
! Western Oregon waters. Most are fall-spawning Rainbows aver
I aging 8 inches in length.
Coed Bowlers Finish 9th in Tourney
The University Coed Billiard (
Team placed ninth in the ten team j
collegiate competition Tuesday, ac- i
cording to Louie Bellisimo, StudentI
Union recreation director.
South Dakota State placed first I
with a score of 151 points. Zoe!
Hager was high scorer on the Ore
gon squad, with a point total of 24.
Donna Wilcox was second with 13.
“The girls made a very good
showing, especially for their first
competition. They will undoubtedly
do better next year,” Lou said.
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An all-rampus Individual men's
him ling tournament will begin
next Monday at the Student I n
Ion, according to SI Keereatlon
Committee < hairmen John Me
Interested students may regis
ter for the tournament l»y con-'jfc.
lading Student I'nton Athletic
IMreet(*r I joule Belllslmo ut the
Tlx- turnament rules released by
' Me A loon follow:
(lass A Open Div ision Scratrh
1. Approximately 15 entries.
2. Twelve games In series of four
, 3. Open to any bowler regardless
of whether or not he 1ms bowled.
4. Persons who enter this class
! can also enter Class B
Class It Handicap Division
1. Open to all bowlers who have
established averages in a league at
the HU, including fall term leagues.
Must have a minimum of 12 games
in league play for the average.
Otherwise, an average of 150 w-ill
be acceptable. If there are any
complaints about accepting tins
average, a committee will deckle
2. Bowl twelve games in series of
three each. 180 scratch, two-thirds
handicap. Use highest known SIT
average. Maximum handicap is 30
| a game.
Class C Beginners and Non-League
1. As name indicates, all bowlers
with less than 12-game average as
defined in Class B and all beginners
with no established average are eli
2. Bowl a qualifying round of six
games, after which the lower half of
entries will be eliminated on a
scratch hauls. Then Isiwl a second
round of six games.
The handicap will be based on
the score in the qualifying round.
It will be 180 scratch, two-third*^
maximum; 50 pins maximum.
Beta Theta Pi defeated Gamma
Hall's intramural golf team 9-3
Beta golfers were Dick Morton,
Dan Callaghan, George McMath,
and George Drougas.
For Gamma Hall, Ned Takasumi,
Norman Kolb, Steve Johnson, and
Gary Meredith played.
STOCKTON, Calif. <A>i The
Stockton Ports of the California
League chalked up a 9 to 1 victory
over the Salem Senators of the
Western International League
Earl Escalante and Harry Wil
son held the Senators to 5 hits, in -^
eluding a triple by manager Hugir^
Luby and a double by First Base
man George MacDonald in the first.
Centerfielder A1 Heist tripled,
singled, drew 2 walks and scored 1
runs for Stockton. J