Harlow Slates Split Sessions For Duck Skiers Oregon’s cross-country and jumping team will practice on Mt. Hood this weekend under the di rection-of Coach Gene Harlow. The squad includes three Nor wegian exchange students. Arne Borgnes. Haskon Nijelva. and Jim Onsrud. all of whom will enter the jumping and cross-country events. Stu McCollon. a letterman from the 1951 team, Jim Reddin. Dick 'Thomas. Roger Dockstader and Neil Mathison will enter downhill and slalom events. The squad is rounded out by Lee Rogers, who will represent Oregon in the cross country events. The slalom and downhill team will practice this weekend at Santiam pass. DIAMONDS - WATCHES SILVERWARE HERBERT OLSON JEWELER 175 E. Broadway I Eugene, Oregon il Expert Watch and I Jewelry Repairing „ ;! Phone 4-5353 Confident Huskies Invade Igloo Tonight; Ducks Need Series Sweep for Title Shot By Bill Gurney The Oregon basketball team put the finishing touches on their prep arations for a “last stand" tonight against the rampaging Washington Huskies, as they clicked off what Coach Bill Borcher termed a “good workout" Thursday night. When the Ducks left the Mc Arthur court maple about 5:00 p.m.. Coach Tippy Dye’s purple clad highly-favored men from Se attle took over for a brief shoot ing drill. Speed. Not Height In regard to Borcher's strategy against Frank Guisness, Bob Hou bregs and company, the Oregon mentor plans to open with a re vamped starting lineup, which in his words, will “sacrifice height for speed and ball-handling." The question mark of Bob Peter son's fate this weekend was an swered as Borcher named him to start at one forward slot, pitted against six-foot, seven-inch Doug McClary. Pete’s running mate will be Sophomore Ken Wegner, nor mally a guard. Starting Wegner in place of Mel Streeter or Keith Farnum is the core of the plan to gain speed and ball-handling prowess. The five-foot, eleven-inch driver will have the tough assign ment of checking the stylish Guis ness, although he will give away *1 ODDS and ENDS SALE on Balcony STATIONERY - BOOKS VERY LOW PRICE BEGINNING FEBRUARY 4 U of O CO-OP LET'S GO . St.Olaf's a cappella choir 60 vioces FRIDAY Feb. 1, 8 p.m. Roosevelt Jr. High School Auditorium Sponsored by the Lutheran Student Association H1NG-LI prepares delicious Chinese and American foods for you to enjoy in the friendly atmosphere ROD TAYLOR'S Food to Go We have accommodations for Banquets 4095 Pacific Hwy. South Phone 5-0046 four inches to the Husky deadeye, a second team All-American last season. As usual, tall Chet Noe will be at center, opposing all-Northern Division hook shot wizard, Bob Houbregs. Duck captain Kenny Hunt will team up at the guard position with sophomore Bob Hawes in opposi tion to “Slippery Joe" Ctpriano and Mike McCutchen. Hawes is tabbed by Borcher as one of the team’s bettor long shot artists under pres sure. Top reserves for Oregon include forwards Streeter, Farnum, guards Bud Covey, Barney Holland, and Bon Bottler. Bottler was named by Borcher as another possibility for checking Guinness, if the need arises. Standouts of the strong Husky bench are Forward Duane Knocks, and Guards Wilbur Elliot and Charlie Koon. Enochs, a six-foot,, —Eugrnf Hcyister Guard 1‘hoto HOT SHOT—Jumpin’ Joe (Slippery) Clpriano, pepper-pot Lnivrr sity ef Washington Husky guard tries an underhanded practice shot (it’s legal, though) which he would like to use against the I>ueks to night in McArthur court. However, the 5’li” junior guard from N'ooksack Valley, Wash., gains more notoriety from his 20 and 23 foot long one-handers. Clpriano, in 1H games, is the third-ranking Husky in the point-making department with 184. five-men senior oriKinuuy mnu Portland's Jefferson high school, has been called the beat "sixth man" In basketball. He baa scored 12H points, and won several games with sterling clutch performances. Coach William Henry Harrison "Tippy” Dye of the Henttlltes gave out with the traditional unoptlmis tic comment Thursday night; "We expect Oregon to trounce back after we beat them so badly at Seattle, and the pressure is on ur to win if we want to maintain our position In the league.” Actually the HuhWIch are top heavy favorites, and most Duck supporters would gladly settle for so much as a series split. At Seat tle on Jan. 18 and ID Oregon was on the extreme short end of a pair of shellackings, 74-36 and 8B-S4. They managed only IB field goals during the twn games, and re bounding aces Pelerson and Noe were handcuffed neutly by the de fensively brilliant Huskies. The handful of fans who watched the Northerners warm up Thurs day evening were Impressed by th. almost uncanny accuracy exhibited by Oulsneas on long push shot , PCC Standings NORTHERN DIVISION W I, Pet Washington 6 2 .730 Idaho 4 2 .667 Washington State 5 3 .300 OREGON 2 2 .300 Oregon State 1 7 .123 GAMES TONIGHT Washington vs. OREGON at Eu gene. Idaho vs. Washington State at Pullman. NORTHERN DIVISION California 4 2 .067 UCLA 3 3 AOS Southern < ul 3 3 .300 Stanford 2 4 ASS and the poo try-in-mot ion of HoS bregs' sensational hook efforts. Washington currently leads the NI> with six wins and two losses. Their latest defeat was last Fri day evening at Pullman, as the W8C Cougars, always tough at home, look their measure by a 56-30 count. Saturday the Huskies bounced back to smother Coach •lack Friers men by a 67-43 count. Near-capacity crowds are ex pected for tonight and Saturday, as the games are feature attrac tions of Dad's day on the Eugene campus. Junior varsity prelimi nary games start at 6:00 p.m. each night, with the varsity contests la-ginning at 8:00 p.m. Campbells Top McChesney, 27-20; Sederstrom Thumps Hunter Five By Bill Brandsness Class A games predominated Thursday afternoon’s intramural playoffs as there were five A di vision games played and only one B game. The only class B contest was between Campbell Club and McChesney hall. Campbell Club won on a 27-20 score. In the A games Minturn turned back Gamma 30-24 in a close one, Sederstrom licked Hunter 51 to 34 in one of the highest scoring games to date; Nestor hall came to life in the second half to down Cher ney hall 34 to 25; Barrister Inn slipped past Yeomen 16-13 in the last ten seconds of play; and the Campbell Club A squad trounced the Legal Eagles 44-15. In the Mlnturn-Gamma contest, It looked for awhile as though Minturn was going to be upset. The score at the half time was a narrow 16 to 13 but Minturn fi nally cracked the Gamma defense and pulled out the win. Pat O’ Brien pushed through 17 for the victors while Dick Graham netted eight for the Gamma five. Sederstrom launched one of the highest point splurges seen in In tramural play as they downed a determined Hunter hall team 51 to 34. The game started out at a rapid pace with Sederstrom grabbing an Sally 23-13 halftime lead. Don Holt made shots from every angle ns he dumped 13 buckets for a total of 26 points. Dick Davenport was second high for Scderstrom with 12. Walt Badorik paced Hunter hall with eleven points followed by Bruce Dingier with eight. Nestor hall pulled out a 34 to 25 victory from Cherney hall after a close half that ended 12-12. Nest- j Today's IM Schedule 3:50 Court 40—Sherry Ross-Ome ga B vs. Gamma hall K 3:50 Court 43—Beta Theta 1*1 B vs. Theta Chi B 4:35 Court 40—Phi Delta Theta B vs. Sigma Chi B 4:35 Court 43—Delta Tau Delta B vs. Sigma Alpha Mu B 5:15 Court 40—Alpha Tau Omega B vs. Sigma Alpha Kpsllon B 5:15 Court 43—I>aml>du Chi Alpha B vs. Phi Gamma Delta B or sharpened their attack in the sisiond half and took advantage of the Cherney hall dribble kings to find the road to easy victory. The only real opposition Nestor found was in the form Of lanky Bob Wag ner, who dominated both back boards and handled the ball very well for a big boy. Wagner is a boy that Ilorchcr could well line on his •IV squad. High point honors for the Nestor squad went to Dick Kofford with nine, Jim Tennyson and little Bobby Takano followed with eight each. Ken Daugherty hit eight for the losers. Barrister Inn downed Yeomen in a game that went almost to the gun. With a slim ten seconds left, both teams had chances to win but a foul shoot by Kelly from Bar rister put the game on ice. Joe St. Martin found time in the remain ing seconds to grab a wild pass to put the final score at 16 to 13. St. Martin was high for Barrister with five points, while Jim Redman scored four for the Yeomen. Campbell Club completely domi nated play as they racked up the Legal Eagles 41 to 13. Bill West netted ten and Dick Erickson push ed through nine for Campbell Club. Tom Mosgrove was high for the Legal Eagles with four to his credit. To finish the day’s action the Campbell Club B team came on the floor to follow suit of their big brothers and beat McChesney 27 to 20. The game started at al most n. walk as the boys from the Club held a 8-7 half time lead. Melvin Westfall led his team to victory with nine points while Jones scored seven for the losers.