Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, March 13, 1952, SPRING OPENING Edition, Page Sixteen, Image 16

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    Driving home for spring vacation.
11 ac vour car checked now. At Pride o
Oregon (just a step from campus) you'n
as>ured of complete..professional service
Thorough lubrication with high-qualit'
greases ... preventative maintenance
from bumper to bumper! Any accessorie
you mav need are available here, too.
Clean, pure oil helps
your engine to last
longer. Have it
changed at least ev
ery 1000 miles . ..
and he sure to check
your oil filter cart- ™
ridge, too. \\ e ll he
glad to do it for you.
FOR "As"?
hop on your pony and gallop down!
. . . probably can’t help you score during
finals week . . . but he sure can give you the
“ABC’s” of tire economy!
A big $10 trade-in for your old tires . . . when you get>new
Gillette Ambassador "8's". Minimum trade-in, $5.
Bargain terms—your old tires as down payment, plus only
$1.75 per week.
^^ome in today ... get your car ready for that trip home!
Sigma Chi Wins
IM Track Crown
Sigma Chi came through In tho
championship Intramural track
meet to down Phi Delta Theta 30
33 on March 3 and become tho
i 11)52 thlnclad champs.
The struggle for polntH was al
most even until the Sign grabbed
the relay event to nail down the
title. The Phi Delta took three
first places to the Six's six.
Results of the meet:
High Jump: Weddel, Sigma Chi,
and Hendrickson Phi Delt tie for
first place; Zimmerman, Phi Delt.
Height: 5‘ 6".
Broad Jump: Edwards, Sigma
Chi; Wilcox, Phi Delt; Gibson, Phi
Delt. Distance: 20' 2'-".
Shot put: Slkora, Phi Delt:
Davis, Sigma Chi; McCauley, Phi
| Delt. Distance: 41’
Pole vault: Charlton, Sigma Chi;
Clay. Phi Delt; Hodges, Sigma
Chi! Height: IP 0".
Hurdles: Zimmerman, Phi Delt;
Weddel, Sigma Chi; Morse, Phi
Delt. Time: 5.5 sec.
40-yd. dash: Edwards, Sigma
Chi; Mausshardt, Phi Delt; Thorpe,
Phi Delt. Time: 4.7 see.
Relay: Sigma Chi. Time: 15.4
, sec.
-mile: Samples, Sigma Chi;
Mundle, Phi Delt; Gibson, Phi
Delt. Time: 3:46.8.
Alpha Tau Omega led nil com
petitors in the winter intramural
sports program with 347 points.
Sigma Chi finished second with
333 points.
Minturn hall i3 leading the IM
total 1951-52 standings by 110
points over second place Alpha
Tau Omega.
The top 10 teams:
Minturn Ilall 6H7
Alpha Tau Omega . 577
Sigma Nu 540
Sigma Chi 514
Sigma Alpha Epsilon . 511
Theta Chi 509
Phi Gamma Delta 502
Beta Theta Pi 408
Pi Kappa Alpha 451
French Hall 444.
: Campbell Club 431
UO Tennis Team
Seen as Contender
With about a month's practice
' already under their belts, it is be
ginning to look like Coach Robert
Laurence's net team is going to
be one of the strongest contender*
in the Northern Division tennis
race getting under way next April.
At present, eight men are out
for the team, including Tom Muc
Donald, Don Neras. Neil George.
Ron Lowell, Bill Rose, Bruce Ding
ier, Jack Neer, and Paul Willey.
Oregon Bowlers
To Face Huskies
The University of Oregon goes
bowling at the University of Wash
ington on Saturday, April 5. The
hand picked Oregon team will
meet the best of Washington in
Seattle to roll the first six games
I of a six tilt home and home match.
On Saturday, May 5, Washington
visits the Oregon campus for the
i second half of the match.
Oregon’s road team, composed
of seven top student bowlers aver
aging better than 160 each, is as
follows: Don Allen; Dick Graham;
Ken Ireland; Bruce Koppe; Leo
I Naapi; Bill Perkett; and George
Troeh. They will have a tune-up
: match with Dick William's All
Stars on Saturday.
1952 Track Slate
i April 5- -Willamette relays at
! Salem
April 12 Washington at Eugene
April 18 Washington State at
April 19 — Hayward relays at
May 3 Idaho at Moscow
May 10 Oregon State at Cor
May 17—Northern division meet
at Seattle
May 23-24—PCC meet at Eu
May 31—State AAU meet at