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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1951)
mci, < ill i nat is the largest num
ber ever presented, said I.u-o Har
ris, athletic director, in announc
ing the assembly.
.layvee* Receive loiters
Bill Bowerman, junior varsity
coach, will present 31 special let
ters to the members of his unde
feated JV squad.
Following the awarding of the
fnothul! letters, Hill Boreher, Ore
gon'-, new basket hull coach, will
make his first appearance before
the student body and Introdnee
the members of the varsity basket
The rally squad fill be present
at the assembly. |
Seniors tiet Third Award
Three seniors will receive their
third awards including Dick Put-\
rick, Gerry Moshofsky anil Itay
Tommy Edwards and Don Mc
Cauley, seniors, will receive their I
second letters. Other second-year!
lettermen are Monte Brethauer, ;
Hal Dunham, Ron Lyman, Don
Sloan and Jerry Shaw.
Ten freshmen are among the 29
first year lettermen.
Those who will receive their first i
awards include Mike Sikora, j
George Shaw, John Reed, Hal j
Reeve, Bill Bates, Karl Halt, ni- j
mett Williams, Dennis Sullivan,
Dick Stoutt, Ceee Hodges, LeRoy
Campbell, Lou KolJlas, Tom Novi
koff, Harry Mondale, Ken Swiet
zer, Wayne Johnson, Bob Ash- 1
worth, Ted Anderson, Howard All
man, Charley May, Ted Cash, Dick j
Davenport, Jack Patera, Pat Cur
tis, Jerry Moc k, Don Hedgepeth. ;
Tommy Lyon, Bob Wilcox and Lon !
JV awards will go to Farrell Al- j
bright. Merritt Barber, Manning
Barber, Fltz Brewer, Gerald Camp
bell, Gary Canova, Bill Dominhigh
Inl, Bill Fell, Chuck Groenley, Dave
Hall, Emerson Harvey, Barney 1
Holland, Don Holt, Lowery Hoyer, ,
J ml JosncM FR.iaonruldcektsih •
Jim Jones, Mike- Kilkenny, Charles
Lemons, Bob Leter, Ben Lloyd,
Don Long, Neil Muller, Bob Peter
son, Ron Phclster, Lloyd Powell,
Wally Russell, Jim Slover, Chuck
Soderberg, George Spores, Neil
Tardlo, Dean Van Leuvan and Bob
Patrick Draws Honors
The 1951 “Hoffman Award", an
emblematic of the outstanding I'nl
vendty of Oregon gridder, Thurs
day night was awarded to Senior
captain Dick Patrick, center, Vale,
Ore. Fat rick, w ho Is to receive his
third letter tomorrow afternoon at
the athletic award asseinhly, also
saw more action than any other
member, 408 minute**.
Statistics released by the Ore
gon Athletic News Bureau show
that the Duck ironman for the
1951 footbnll season is Dick Pat
rick, Oregon's hard-workit.g offen
sive center and line backer, with a
total of 408 minutes of action. Mike
Rikora, senior tackle, ranked sec
ond with 3D0 minutes. Freshman
George Shaw was third with 348
minutes. John Reed, fullback, was
next with 269, End Hal Reeve col
lected 267, and Tackle Bill Bates
Other members of the Oregon
team who were high in the “time
played” department were Tackle
Earl’ Halt with 256 minutes, Half
back Tommy Edwards, 253; Guard
Emmett Williams, 230; Guard
Gerry Moshofsky, 221; Halfback
Dennis Sullivan, 208; Quarterback
Hal Dunham, 192; End Dick Stoutt,
186; Fullback Cece Hodges, 183;
Fullback Ron Lyman, 169; Guard
Don MacCauley, 159; End Leroy
Campbell, 157; Guard Lou Kollias,
150; Fullback Tom Novikoff, 142;
Guard Harry Mondale, 139; End
Ken Sweitzer, 126; End Wayne
Johnson, 121; Halfback Bob Ash
worth, 118; and Halfback Don
Sloan, with 108.
Two non-letlcrman members of
the 1950 Oregon varsity, Jack
McE]ravy and Ernie Baldini, pacer)
the John Warren Hardware quintet
as they waxed the Oregon junior
varsity, 57-44, Saturday night at
Baldini hit for three field goals
and a pair of charity losses in the
final four minutes to clinch the
win He and McElravy each racked
up 15 points.
The loss gave Don Kirsch's
Ducklings a 2-1 record, they have
beaten the Lewis and Clark frosh
and the Portland U. Jayvecs pre
viously. Bud Covey was top man
in the JV point column with 11
points. The losers trailed by only
one point going into the final four
ORE. JV (44) (57) Warrens
Siegmund, 2 F . 15, McElravy
Rogers, 2 F. ... 4, Cooper
Bonncmann, 3 C 11. Amacher
Covey, li r; !>, Unis
Hawes, 7 G .Tom
Subs: JV Chamberlain 8. Page,
Marxer. Murray 2. Cboat, Kofford
1. Nix, Phillips 8. Warren Baldini
15, Reynolds, Mickey, Wade 4.
Officials: Ed. Wellnitz and Pete
The University of Oregon freah
nen basketball team, having notch
ed two wins while playing with
the JV's defeated McMinnville high
39-38 in a closely fought hoop con
test here at McArthur Court Fri
The preppers almost stole the
game away from the first year
collegians when Schroeder scored
in the final 30 seconds but the
trosh stalled out the clock and
held their one-point lead. Don Por
ter of the Grizzlies and Dick Kof
ford of the freshmen shared high
point honors with 15 points each.
McMinnville held a 23-20 halftime
McMinnville now has a 1-2 won
lost record, having beaten Salem
and lost to the Linfield JV's in two
McMinnville (38) (39) Frtoah
Schroeder, 5 . F 15, Kofford
Olson, 4.F ... Marxer
Porter, 15 .C. 8, Choat
Shumway, 10 ..... G.8, Page
Patton, 2 .G 8, Chamberlain
Subs: McMinnville Luto, Casey
Officials: Travis Cross and Mike
Desk Editor, Herb Vnreinberg.
Staff: lton Ricketts, Dill Gurney,
Harold Starkel, Larry Lavelle, S.
Fritz Crisler of Michigan origin
ated the two-platoon system in or
der to conserve the strength of his
experienced gridders when they
met the great Army squad led by
Glenn Davis and Doc Blanchard.
Professional Quarterback George
Ratterman earned letters in loot
ball, baseball, basketball, and ten
nis at Notre Dame.
Minturn does it again. For the
third consecutive year, the Min
turn "A" volleyball team has
proved itself victorioua in Intra
mural Championship play.
Paced by Koto Santos, the
"Minturnites" bowled over a hard
fighting Sigma Alpha Kpsilon team
whicli tried valiantly to stop Min
turn Hall, but proved unsuccessful
in the attempt. The first games
was well-played and highlighted by
the spiking shots of Ray Coley and
Bob Mulrhcad. Immediately after
tile score was tied at 10 to 10, Min
turn unleashed a powerful attack
to win going-away by the score of
15 to 11.
This last minute splurge evi
dently, knocked the wind out of
the SAP's for they never recovered
in the second game, as Minturn
rolled over them 15 to 3.
Not to be denied, the Minturn
"B’s" refused to allow all the
glory to go to the "A" squad as
they won the “B" championship for
the second straight year, hands
down, from Kappa Sigma.
After leading 5 to 0 it looked as
though Minturn would have little
trouble in winning but the Kappa
Sigs bounced right back to tie the
game at 9 to 0 and then take the
lead 14 to 12. Showing their ability
| to come through in the clutch, .Min
turn, with the brilliant play of Bob
Fare and Martin Magi, scored
three quick points to snatch the
victory from the waiting arms of
Fired up because of the win,
Minturn poured on the coal to
thoroughly crush the Kappa Sigs in
the second game 15 to 5.
M. Kotoshirodo .
D. Hanaike .
Kappa Sig “B”
Miss Steiner Named
Anne Steiner, freshman in lib
eral arts, was chosen as Sweet
heart of Sigma Chi at the frater
nity's annual Sweetheart dance
Miss Steiner was selected over
four other finalists by a vote of the
fraternity members. She will act as
hostess for Sigma Chi house func
tions next year and her picture
will appear in the fraternity's
magazine and the Oregana. Miss
Steiner is a member of Delta Gam
Finalists in the contest were Do
| lores Pasley, Teddy Croley, Janet
Miller and Alma Owen.
A candidate from each women's i
organization was entered in the
contest. The number was gradually
cut to five finalists through voting
following a series of firesides at i
which the candidates appeared.
Beekeeper Is Caught
With Pants Down
MURPHYSBORO. 111. - (U R)
Hay Baker's 75 pounds of honey
from a bee hive at his home was
substantial reward for being stung
seven times, but the buzzers never
should have gotten up his pants
Neighbor women gathered with
pots and pans for some of the
honey as bees covered Baker's
clothing and face.
When the bees got up his pants
legs and he couldn't stand still, he
said "Excuse me ladies," and drop
ped his pants.
(Continued from pane fourteen)
short time he saw action.
I'rcshman guard Kon Bottf- r,
who only last Monday made t •
starting five, played a good <*'
tensive game although he failed Jo
score. He shot only three tim*-*
from the floor and failed to con
nect. Barren Holland saw a smi.it
amount tif action in the seeoi d
haif, but the starting five, wi h
the exception of Hunt, played most
of the game.
The game was deadlocked J1
times, but Utah held the lead mo t
of the final quarter, when t
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