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(Continued from pane f»i;.)
their flr.st workout of the year,
lie fore they tired, tilings looked
preUy sad for the varsity. The
first varsity five to go onto the
floor was composed of Noe, Kur
nam, Streeter, Hawes, and Hunt.
Hater, Peterson, Covey, Torgerson,
Hivesay, Wegner, and Eonneman,
saw action. The Copping team, no
strangers on the Mae Court hard
1 wood were led by Ernie Buldlni,
i Dick tlnls, and Bob Amacher, ex
vatslty players, plus Paul Cooper,
John Reynolds, Harlan Mickey,
Jack McElrany, Phil Abraham, and
Joe Tom, widl known IM and
Varsity baseball player.
This group dominated the local
boys In the first quarter but soon
wore down, and the rest of the
game was played on even terms, j
Noe, Peterson, and Hive,say were
fine on the rebound game while
Peterson and Hunt were the sharp
shooters. Hunt wound up with 11
points. Streeter showed a good
all around game wtth good shoot-1
. ing, passing, rebound, and defen
Baldini anil Unis were the fire
ball* of the opposition, making up
for their lack of heigh*, by turning
in tricky offensive performances.
Baldini also gave the varsity boys
• lesaon on* ball-hawking Bob
Antacher, tallest man on the court,
(iiil a terrific Job as pivot man and
The final score Varsity 11,
topping Service Station 41.
Though the varsity is rusty now.
It is easy to see that the potential
Is there. They are a long way from
being ready for the Portland U.
Pilots in their games on November
80 and December 1, but Borcher
isn't through yet. Also the team is
sure to be out to avenge last year's
f>7-.r>6 defeat at the hands of the
Bad news arrived with word
that Ed Halberg may be lost for
the season. The six-foot-six trans
fer from Olympic J.C. will go to
Sacred Heart Hospital Friday for
an operation to remove bone
Chips from a broken knee cap. .Td
Will be in the hospital for one
Week and will have to wear a cast
for another three weeks. The ques
tion is whether or not his knee
Will strengthen well enough to
risk his playing this season.
Webfoots Out to Break
f Continued from page four)
Ted AnderBon fit left half, Tom
Lyon at righwhalf, and Cecil Hod
ges at fullback.
Aside from Glen Christian, Van
dals to watch arc Jay Buhler, |
ffcshman who is tin- leading gain
er for the Moscow men; Wayne I
Anderson, a junior quarterback
who passes well; and George Mac
ihko and Jerry Ogle, fine pass
The Vandals have lost three and
won two games this year. The loss
es came at the beginning of the
season to Wyoming by a 28-0
count; San Francisco 28-7, and I
OSC 84*8, Then the Vandal of
fense began to click, and they
topped Montana State 12-9. Their
last game was a 40-7 licking ad
ministered to San Jose State.
Slated to start for the Idaho
team are the following:
Finds: George Marlnko and
Jerry Ogle; tackles: George Mc
Carty and Don Itlnge; guards:
TVeil Caudill and I’ete Hester; cen
ter: Ken Larsen; quarterback:
Wayne Anderson; left half: Glen
Christian; right half; Dave Mur
phy; fullback: Itoh Lee.
( Oregon Coach Len Casanova
named his tentative offensive
i starting lineup as follows:
Left Find, Ken Nweitzer; Right
,Fnd, Hal Reeve; I,eft Tackle, Mike |
Sikora; Right Tackle, Itill Rates;
Left Guard, Ggrry Mosliofsky, i
» Right Guard, Harry Mondale; Cen
ter, Dick Patrick; Quarterback,
George Shaw; Left Half, Tommy |
* Kdwards; Right Half, Tom Lynn ,
or Rob Ashworth; Fullback, Cecil
Seniors Mike Sikora and Dick
■ Patrick will be Duck co-captains
for the game.
„ Track Meet
At halftime of Saturday's game,
Bill Bowerman's Oregon cross
“ country team will run a two and
one half mile race with the Uni
■* versity of Portland. Running for
Oregon will be Wayne Reiser, Jack
“Hutchins, Fred Turner, A1 Mar
tin, John Colver, and Gerry Gar-,
KWAX to BroadcastSpeeches Tonight
Broadcasts of 75th anniversary
celebration speeches by Dr. James
B. Conant, president of Harvard
university, and Dr. Clarence H.
Faust, representing the Ford
Foundation and .Stanford univer
sity, will be heard over KWAX
"University Education and Na
tional Security", Dr. Conant's top
ic, will be the talk recorded this
afternoon and played over the air
at 7 p.m.
Dr. Faust can be heard over a
direct broadcast immediately fol
( lowing at 8 p.m. Ilia subject is,
"The Role of the Humanities in
A musical interlude is scheduled
for 8:40, and the regular Friday
night schedule will start at 9.
Hawaiians to Meet
Hui-O-Kamaaina will meet at
7:30 p.rn. today on third floor Ger
SU to Feature
'Mice and Men'
In Sunday Movie
KunrJay afternoon in the Stu
dent Union ballroom “Of Mice
and Men” will be shown at 2:30
and 4 :15 p.m.
Burgess Meredith, Betty Field,
and Lon Chaney, Jr. all star in the
film, which is an adaptation from
the novel by John Steinbeck.
Admission price will be 30 cents.
5 YEARS AGO
Nov. 2, 1946—Al Donahue and
his “Top-Hat Rhythm” orchestra
is selected by the sophomore
dance committee to play for the
29 YEARS AGO
Nov. 2, 1931—Three-man fac
ulty committee recommends a let
ter grading system for Oregon.
Under this system an A would
count three points, a B two, a
C one, a I) nothing, and an F
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