Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, January 07, 1952, Page Four, Image 4

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    Webfoots to Meet Cougars1
Today's IM
Schedule
Intramural basketball starts to
night with six games of “A” league
action, and will run until February.
1. Also, Intramural bowling starts
Tuesday at the Student I'nion
alleys.
The basketball schedule for to
day:
8:50 Court 40—Fill Delta Theta
A vs. Phi Kappa Psi A
8:50 Court 43—Phi Gamma Delta
A vs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon A
4:35 Court 40—Theta Chi A vs.
Tau Kappa Epsilon A
4:35 Court 43—Sigma Alpha Mu A
vs. Delta Cpsilon A
5:15 Court 40—Phi Kappa Sigma
A vs. Kappa Sigma A
5:15 Court 43—Lambda Chi Alpha
A vs. Chi Psi A
SPORTS STAFF
Desk Editor, Bill Xorval; Staff:
John YVhitty. Bill Gurney.
Coach 3ernie Bierntar.'s Minne
sota grid elevens captured national
championships in 1934. 1936, 1940.
and 1941.
l |,,r
Note: The Heilig Theater will
be closed Monday thru Thurs
day for remodeling.
Starts Friday
“Weekend with Father"
Van Heflin & Patricia Neal
“Edge of Doom"
Dana Andrews i
Farley Granger
LANE
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4 0431
Now Playing
“Paleface'*
Bob Hope
also
“Thunder on Hill”
Claudette Colbert & Ann Blyth
JV's Slate
Linfield,
Pacific U.
It will be back into action for
Coach Don Kirsch's javvees this
week when the squad encounters
the Linfield Frosli and the Pacific
JV's in a two game series at Mc
Arthur Court. Monday night the
high-scoring jayvees will take on
Linfield in a game which promises
a lot of action and Tuesday night
they will meet the JV's from Pa
cific. Both games will serve as
preliminaries to the Oregon-V\ ash
ington State series and will get
under way at 6 p.m.
Thus far the Ducklings have en
joyed a better than average sea
son: winning all but one ot their
six games. Partly responsible for
this has been Larry Chamberlain,
a courtwise all-stater from Salem,
who currently holds top rung in
team scoring with 58 points.
Not far behind is sophomore j
Ron Phillips with 48. Don Sieg- |
muiul ranks third with 8*1 counters.
Top average goes to Ron Bottler,
who has racked up thirty points in
two games for a 15 per game
average.
The squad, idle since December
22, will be somewhat reduced for
the Monday night game against
Linfield, with only the freshmen
seeing action. However, the entire
team will be eligible for the Pa
cific game. Top five scoreis are
as follows:
The FBI will be watching Ore
gon's game with Washington State
Tuesday.
But the Federal Bureau of In
vestigation members won't be on
the look-out for a “fix." The agents
will be in town for the regular
meeting of Oregon graduates of
the FBI academy.
The federal law' enforcement men
and their wives will attend a din
ner before the basketball game.
Chamberlain
Phillips
Siegiiiund
Bottler
Rogers
fg ft pf tp
24 10 10 58
10 11 18 48
14 4 6 38
14 2 3 30
» 8 11 20
FBI to Watch Tilt
A Complete Four Chair
BARBER SHOP
is open to you in your
ERB MEMORIAL STUDENT UNION
Basement Level
North End
LEI US SHOWER
PROOF YOUR SKI
TOGS
INSTANT PRESSING/
TAI.KNTEO is t ht* word for
George Rosser, si v-foot, two
inch WSC center u lio will !«• In
the starting lineup when the
Ducks dash with the Cougars
tonight.
Mermen To
Meef Aero
Club Team
Swimming Coach John Bor
chardt is preparing his Oregon
pool team for their first meet of
the season against the Aero Club
at the Men's Pool on Saturday.
The Duck swimmers, who finished
second to Washington in the Con
ference last year, have a good
chance to duplicate that perform
ance in the current season’s com
petition.
Four Lettennen
The nucleus of the squad is com
posed of four returning lettermen
from last year's team. They arc
Dick Ruchdeschel, a senior and the
only returning two year letter
winner; Mike Pupovitch, senior;
Gordon Edwards, junior; and Jim
Allan, junior.
Non-let termen returning from
last year’s team follow; John
English, Bob Oringdolph, Cedric
Baldwin, Allan Waliinekona, Harry
Atkinson, and Henry Kalura.
New men out for the first time
this year are: Dave Iloucli, Yoshi
nobu Terada, Phil Lewis, Harry
Fuller, Milton Kotoshirodo, Herb
West, and Pete Charlton.
Two of the above have been
named by Borchardt as potential
stars. Sophomore Pete Charlton is
expected to provide ample skill on
the diving board, while Yoshinobu
Terada will give a good account of
himself in the ir>0 yard distance
medley, won last year by Washing
ton’s All-American, Pete Salmon.
Terada is a transfer from the Uni
versity of Hawaii.
weneuuie
The meet schedule for the re
mainder of the year follows: Jan.
12, Aero Club at Eugene; ,jan.
Multnomah Club at Eugene; Jan.
20-27, State AAU meet at Port
land; Feb. 2, Oregon State at Cor
vallis; Feb. 8, YVSC at Pullman;
Feb. 9, Idaho at Moscow; Feb. 15,
Open; Feb. 22, Washington at Eu
gene; March 1, OSC at Eugene;
Mar<’h 8, Northern Division Meet
at Corvallis; March 15, Far West
ern AAU at Portland; March 28
29, National Collegiate at Prince
ton.
Vito Parilti of Kentucky com
pleted 21! touchdown passes during
the 1950 season for a new all-time
major college record.
♦
Bill Borcher Makes
ND Debut Tonight l
There’s a first time f"f everything, and < fregon 1>a^kt
coaeh Mill Horcher will pilot a team in Xurlhern Division
petition Monday night for the initial time in hi career.
Ducks, sporting a record of five wins and seven losses m
conference action, and jti't hack Friday from an extended
day tour of the Hay area, will he pitted against Coach
h-riel’s WSC Cougars.
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COI
II,
non- f
hi >li
Jack i
The 32-year-oia »orcner, wno
camp t<> Oregon after a brilliant
carper at Marshfield high school,
had this to say about hia Northern
Division debut:
Good Chance Seen
"It's uncertain how wc will come
out against WSC, because we have
sometimes performed well In the
pre-season games, and other times
not so well. I do think that if we
play the kind of basketball we ate
capable of. we have a good chance
against the Cougars.”
The crew from tin- Palotisc HUN
swings Into Kugene after splitting
a tun game series with the ON(
Beaver* Friday and Saturday
nights. They lost the first tilt, but
came strongly to post a 51-41 vic
tory Saturday after being tied 37
37 with five minutes left.
Scoring leader Saturday night
was Forward Eric Ftobcits, six
i foot, three-inch senior from Holly
wood, California, who had IS
; points. The lanky Cougar, also ND
, high jump champion, ts also potent
1 on the backboards.
Rosser Scores 15
Another Cougar to watch is
George Rosser, six-foot, two-inch
center from Bellingham, and co
captain along with Roberts. Rather
short for a center, Rosser uses his
205 pounds to advantage under the
backboards. Saturday night he
scored 15 points and was instru
mental in the Cougar victory.
Also in the starting lineup for
the Cougars, who use two platoons
extensively, will be Phil Brown and
Bob Swanson at the guards. Brown,
a six-foot, three-inch sophomore,
i sparkled Saturday. He scored 11
points and was potent on the de
fensive boards in the final-quar
ter Cougar surge to victory.
Swanson, another six-foot, three
ineh sophomore, is a defensive
specialist. At the other forward
spot will be Peter Mullins, Austra
lia’s six-foot, four-inch contribu
tion to UA basketball. Mullins is
a fine floor man and a deadly shot.
He was captain of the all-Austra
lia hoop team in 1919, and also
placed sixth In the decathlon event
for Australia in the 1948 Olympics.
The Cougars have a fine record
in non-conference competition, hav
ing 10 non-conference wins and
only four defeats, with nine vic
tories in their last 10 games.
WSC Reads All-Time Series
Last season WSC finished third
in the ND, with seven wins and
nine losses. In four games with
Oregon, the Ducks won three;
sweeping the Eugene pair 66-57
and 57-55. At Pullman the Cougars
took the first contest, 60-63, but
lost 54-52 to Oregon in the second.,
The all-time won and lost rec
ord bet ween Oregon and WSC
stands at 53 wins for the Cougars
to 49 for the Ducks.
For Coach Bill Borcher’s Oregon
Ducks, starting at forward will be
six-foot, five-inch Bob Peterson,
All-Northern Division last season,
and possesor of a sparkling 15.2
points per game average for 182
points in the 12 non-conference.
Also one of the top rebounders in
the nation, Peterson will be marked
man against WSC.
Streeter improving;
At the other forward for the
Ducks will be Mel Streeter, six
foot, four-inch senior from Los
Angeles. Streeter is also potent on
the backboards, and is giving indi
cations of developing into a scor
ing threat, with 72 points in pre
season play.
At the phot position will be six
foot,^ eight-inch Chet Noe, an im
proving junior, also from Los
Angeles. Noe has lot points arji .5^
12.8 average to put him seconmot
Peterson in tin* 12 |{uin,-H this year.
Ken Hunt, captain of the »t|uadr> ►
will contribute hla stcadlncai and j
deadly Hhootlng to the Duck hack- 1
court crew. The Mx-foot aeniom .
from Marshfield in third In s ring
with IN polnta for a 9.5 per same f
average. - -
Rounding out Borcher's starting ,
five la Kenny Wegner, former !
Roosevelt high school flash, l-j^c* «t
MAKING hi* Northern Division
coaching debut tonight In Hill
Bardirr, former Marshfield high _
school mentor ulio took the Ore
gon Job last October.
foot, eleven-inch Wegner, a sopho
more, broke into th<- starting line
up over the holidays, and his fast,,
driving style of play has accounted
for 94 points for a 7.8 average.
Top reserve* for the I)iirk> loom v
as Harney Holland, six-foot »opho- J
more from Coo* Hay; Iton Bottler,
freshman guard from Knosevely ,
high school; Jim Vrani/an, A
foot, four-inch senior center; liAifli
Iorntim, six-foot, four-inch south-1
paw forwurd from Salem; and Hob
Hawes, hot shooting sophomore
guard from Bond.
Borcher's Webfoots ran through
a light workout on McArthur Court,
Sunday afternoon, and at (5:00 p.m.
Sunday evening, the Cougars took
over the local maple boards.
Oregon Seen In Third
The experts have tabbed the ‘
Ducks and Cougars to fight it out ^
with OSC for third place In the
Northern Division, while Washing- -
ton and Idaho are rated one-two.
The Vandals surprised the Huskies'
with a victory Friduy night, but m
the men of Tippy Dye, minus star (
Center Bob Houbregs, crushed
Idaho 61-42 Saturday night.
Evy Resigns At j
WSC--Signs J
Iowa Contract
IOWA CITY, IA„ (U.R) For- .
rest Evashevski, former star Miclii- ,
gan quarterback, quit Washington
State today and was promptly
hired as head football coach of the •*
University of Iowa. *
The 33-year-old Evashevski will .
replace Leonard Raffen Sperger, J
who has been under sharp critic
ism for Iowa’s poor showing last .
fall. The Hawkeyes failed to win‘a
Big Ten game and scored only two *
Victories all season.
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