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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1951)
By Phil Johnson
Sti**"«■«* Bungs have been happening on the local intramural
atl'lri": fields. Minturn Hall, ||U- great athletic power, lias not
been performing up to par.
As a matter of fact, the Minturn.s suffered a more-or-Iess con
\mciug 19-0 setback at the hands of the Xestor Hall softball
mne Minturn collected one hit during the contest.
* his is the worst loss that Minturn has ever enjoyed in any
sport. Kver since the first Minturn team, their 1947 softball sipiad,
opened its season with an easy 12 5 decision over Phi Sigma Kap
pa, the dormitory crew has been a strong contender for champ
ionship honors in every athletic activitv.
Minturn completely dominated sports activities last fall, tak
ing championships in every intramural sport—touch football,
A \olleyball, It volleyball, an 1 swimming.
\ olleyball has always been their major sport. Their first vol
leyball game featured a 15-9 and 15-3 victory over Cherncy Hall.
Such scores are now traditional products of Minturn plav.
Minturn s 1948 "A” volleyball team won 10 consecutive vic
fffKes and placed second in the playoffs. The 1949 ‘'A” srpiad
captured the intramural title, and Minturn also placed second in
'be B division. I lie Bees captured their league championship
with eight consecutive wins, scoring 120 points to their oppon
1 he intramural A all-star scpiad included two Minturn ath
lete-. I.ouis Santos, an < )regon varsity sw immer, and Dave Van
7.andt, who lettered in tennis at the University.
Minturn s latest volleyball aggregations seized both “A” “I>”
crowns last fall. I his means that Minturn has entered six volley
ball teams in IM competition and has taken three titles, finishing
in second place two additional time.-.
Sockless But Not Punchless
Mintiirn s touch football teams also have enjoyed eventful ca
reers. Their first game featured a 1947 12-0 win over the Legal
I'agle Joe Tom, present < Jregon varsity baseball infieldcr, led
the dormitory attack. He twice punted over 65 vards—bare
footed ! ,
Mintiirn lost the league championship.to Beta Theta I'i when
the latter club gained a close 7-0 \ ictory over the independents. A1
Uiillier. now an outstanding Duck varsity -printer on Coach Hill
Bowerman's track squad, scored the only touchdown of the
game when he took a pas- on his own 25 and dashed 75 vards
dow n the sidelines to score in the opening minutes.
Mintiirn rallied in the final quarter with Tom sparking the at
tack. However, scoring opportunities were blasted when Hob
Melim caught one of Tom's aerials just outside of the end zone,
and Hob Amacher, later an Oregon varsity hoop star, dropped
another Tom pass in the end zone.
Minturn Rallies Are Not Unusual
Tom led that same M in turn team to a 14-12 win over Westmin
ster House after the Westminsters had taken a 12-0 halftime ad
\ antage. I luring that same season. Sigma Xu captured the intra
mural crown, and End Dick Wilkins was placed on the 1M all
PTlie 194ft touch football season also featured the activities of
several athletes who later won letters at the University. Mel
Krause of Campbell Club, who w as placed on the all-star second
team, suffered a fractured jaw when he was knocked unconscious
while blocking an opponent.
Reedy Hcrg, who had already lettered in varsity basketball
Scored a 60-yard touchdown for Kappa Sigma as his team took a
close 8-6 decision over Minturn. Splasher Louis Santos was a
member of the all-star squad.
Minturn's 1949 touch football team, noted for its great defen
sive efforts, completed the season w ithout being scored upon.
Nevertheless, the Minturns lost two games. Strangely enough,
both losses were suffered at the hands of the same opponents—
Sigma Alpha Mu. An added feature was the fact that Sigma Al
pha Mu finally won the league title w ithout being scored upon.
How can a team lose two games without being scored upon?
The solution to this question can be found in the intramural rules,
which state that a tie game will be decided in favor of the squad
v. hich has gained the most first downs. I he Sammies won two
0-0 \ ictorics from Minturn by exceediug-their opponents 5-2 and
4-2 in the first down department.
The 1950 Minturn grid production was one of the greatest
te ams of intramural history. They opened the season with a 34-0
revenge victory over the Sammies. I'om's passes accounted for
all 34 points, probably an all-time I M record.
.Minturn easily marched to the title, outscoring their oppon
ents ISO points to 6 in seven games. That's an average of 25.7 to
The all-star team included M in turn’s Tom, Joe Nishimoto, Bob
Muirhead, and Ray Coley. Santos was on the second team.
Dies in Madrid
A former University law school
student and member of The Ore
gonian staff died in Madrid, Spain,
Sunday, according to the Associat
He wns Arno Dosch-Fleurot, 74,
who was stationed in Spain as a
correspondent of the Clris'ian
Science Me nit O'-.
After attending the University
law school, he was admitted to the
Oregon bar In 185)9. He graduated
from Harvard University in 15)04
and shortly after that joined the
staff of The Oregonian.
He covered the San Francisco
earthquake and fire in 1906, the
Russian revolution, and was a cor
respondent in France until 1929.
He also served in Germany and
Ireland and worked for the Asso
ciated Press, International News
Service and Universal News Ser
Dosch-Fleurot has a sister, Mrs.
David B. Campbell, still residing
Frosh Study Hall
Continues in Dorm
As a result of findings of a
men's dormitory counselors' com
mittee, a voluntary study hall for
all freshman men will be continued
The study hall began at 7
p.m. Sunday in French Hall, and
will run Sunday through Thurs
day nights each week.
The committee looked into the
grades of freshman men who at
tended the study hall regularly
, during winter term, and found that
they had raised their grades on an
average of .34 points. Several fresh
; men expressed appreciation of the
program, according to the coun
The study hall will be on a strict
ly voluntary basis and will be
available for use as the freshmen
wish, the counselors emphasized.
Freshman men may register for
the program by signing up at the
study hall any night.
Members of the committee were
William Dresser. Sederstrom Hall;
Arlo Giles, Stan Ray Hall: Bill
Taylor, Barrister Inn: and Bob
Thomas, head resident counselor.
To Conduct Study
The United States Department
of State will conduct a graduate
seminar from July 9 to Sept. 1.
1951. Outstanding graduate stu
dents and younger faculty mem
bers “who have exhibited a pro
found interest in foreign affairs"
are eligible to attend.
Each seminar member will re
ceive approximately $400. Interest
ed persons should call or see
Charles P. Schleicher, Oregon 109,
Ext. 273, not later than Friday.
Friday and Sunday
The movie “Our Town" will be
sponsored by the Student Union
Movie Committee Friday evening
and Sunday afternoon in the Stu
dent Union Ballroom.
The Friday performance will be
gin at 8 p.m. and the Sunday bill
at 3 p.m.
The movie adaption of Thorn
ton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize play
stars Martha Scott, Beulah Bondi,
Guy Kibbee, William Holden. Fay
Bainter, and Thomas Mitchell. Ad
mission is 30 cents.
Last Rites Today
For Airs. Hunter
Memorial services for Dolores
Van Cleare Hunter, wife of Don
Hunter, head of the University
audio-visual department, will be
held at 3:30 p.m. today at Veatch
Hollingsworth England Funeral
Mrs. Hunter died Monday morn
ing. Burial will be ut Rest Haven
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JFIC to Discuss Weekend Cleanup
The Junior Interfraternity Coun
cil will meet at 7:30 tonight at
Phi Kappa Psi.
President Boo Jones said the
group would discuss further plana
for the Junior Weekend cleanup,
of which JIFC is in charge. Ed
Elderkin was named by Jones to
head the clean-up committee.
Jones said he expected to an
nounce the final date for the des
sert between JIFC and Junior Pan
No discussion of the results of
! the committee that went to Stan
i ford to study deferred pledging
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