Trackmen Nip Huskies; Relay Decides Result By Ron Ricketts A record-breaking performance i \ the mile relay staved off a late Washington rally and gave the University of Oregon track team t> 69’- - 6’j victory in a Northern division dual meet at Hayward field Saturday. The Huskies, behind 57'..'- 321 at the end of 10 events, swept both the discus and the 220-yard low hurtles and took first in the broad jump to narrow the Duck lead to three points with only the mile relay left It looked as if Oregon’s cause might be lost when Jack Hutchins, running the third leg of the relay for the Ducks, was pass ed and' fell four yards behind the Huskies’ Ken Morgan in the back stretch. Anderson Comes Through But the crowd came to its feet with a roar when Hutchins came ■out of the south turn, which is obscured by a grandstand, leading Morgan by four yards. Ted Ander son. Webfoot anchorman was chal tenged by Pete Dufour for the first 300 yards but Anderson met the test and broke the tape three yards ahead of his rival. , The time was 3:13.6 which is a ■new meet record, breaking the ohi mark of 3:19.7 set by Washington in 1937, and also a new Oregon record, topping the time of 3:20.6 jset by Burr, Marr. Bower man. and Molrr.an in 1933. Oregon's freshman Wayne Reis er made a major contribution to -another record as he pressed Husky Denny Myer to a 9:26.8 In ttie two-mile run. This was a new j _»neet record, surpassing the old standard of 9:34.4 set by Clarence *431 of Oregon in 1930. Reiser made a race of it for the first six laps ^fcut tired under the strain of the j ^ace set by the more-experienced i Hyer and finished 40 yards back. Both. P-iy Packwood and Ed Robison broke their personal rec ords as they finished one-two for the Ducks in the pole vault. Pack wood vaulted 13 feet 6'j inches while Robison cleared the bar at 13 feet. Fell Takes Point Honors The high honors of the meet were Bill Fell of Oregon with 11 points and Washington's George Widenfelt with 11 points. Fell j grabbed firsts in the 100 and 220- j yard dashes and ran a leg on the , relay team while the versatile Widenfelt took firsts in the high jump and broad jump and nabbed a third in the javelin. In the high jump Widenfelt and Emery Barnes had quite a con test. Widenfelt, an exponent of an j unorthodox scissors style, finally edged Barnes, who uses the west ern roll, clearing the bar at 6 feet , 3% inches on his second try. Broad junipers Tommy Edwards and Jack Smith tied at ‘21 feet 11 inches but the effort couldn’t match Widenfelt’s leap of '22 feet 6ii inches. On Ids second to last try, Edwards made a jump of well over 22 feet but a scratch nullified the distance. The pro-Oregon crowd emitted a groan when the Ducks Larry Blunt, who was running second at the time, tripped over me mi omi to last hurdle in the 220-yard lows. Blunt had previously finished second in the 120-yard high hur dles. Tile Huskies' Frank Morris. ex-Oregon prep hurdles champ at Medford high, won both events. Hutchins Spurts for Win Hutchins had to come from be hind to win lus 830-yard speciality Boxed in on the lace for the pole, he fell to fourth place in the first lap. He advanced to second place in front of the finish-line grand stand. started his finishing kick With 300 yards to go. passed Mor gan in the backstretch, and won by three yards. Hutchins' time was 1:56.3. Summary: High jump George W idenfelt l\V); Barnes (On Kerry l\\). Height, 6 feet 37* inches. Pole vault—Kay Packwood (()): Robison (O); Bale (W) and Man nex (O), tied for third. Height, 13 fee 6'2 Inches. Javelin—Chuck Missfeldt (O): Tulin <W); \\ idenfelt (W ). Dis tance, 200 feet 6 Inches. Shot put—Chet Noe (O): Par sons (\V); Craig Distance, 46 feet 9',, inches. Mile run—A1 Martin (On Turn er (O); Ryan tW>. Time, 4:24.7. 440-yard dash Ted Anderson (Oi; Dufour (W); Clement (O). Time, :49.5. 100-yard dash Bill Fell (O); Hutchinson i\V>; Mock (O). Time, :10.0. 120-yard high hurdles — Frank Morris (Wi; Blunt (Ot; Risley (O). Time. :15.5, Broad jump — George Widen felt <\V); Edwards tO) and Smith (O) tied for second. Distance, 22 feet 6'b inches. Discus — Loran Perry (W); Langer (W): Parsons (Wt. Dis tance, 135) feet. 1 inch. (Please turn to page five) Grid Drills Start Today; Cas Absent Spring football practice begins today at Oregon, and the coach Ing staff requests that all men Who plan to partlelpute be dress ed and ready for practice by 3:00 p.nt. Twenty sessions are allowed l,y the NCAA, and at Oregon the drills will be distributed over a period ending May 0. Head Coach Len Casanova will not be present ut the opening drill today. I.lne Coach Oene Harlow said Sunday Casanova may return Wednesday with bis family, or may wult until later In the week. He Is resting In San Jose, Calif., following a back operation. Golfers Down PU As Slate Opens Sid Milligan's Oregon golfers ex perienced little trouble in their first meet of the season Saturday, as they garnered a 22-5 decision from the University of Portland team at the Eugene Country Club. The Ducks hit their way to a S ilead in the morning best bull play, and won 1212-4 'a in the afternoon Nassau-scored matches. Pacing the match play was l>uck Captain Kon Clark, who shot a three-undcr-par (19 with a 35 on tin front nine und a 31 on the hack nine. Clark also was below par in the best-ball action, as he posted a 70 and combined with teammate Hud Cross to earn 2>_. points from the combination of Portlanders Frey and Chuck Metcalfe. Plagued by an erratic putter, Oregon's Bob Atkinson faded to a 70 in the afternoon round und lost all three points to Bruce Cudd. In the morning, Atkinson had paced the best-ball performers with a siz zling 09 effort. Best Ball: Bob Atkinson-Al Netmen Lose 9-0 In Opening Match Oregon's varsity tennis team run into trouble In Portland Sat urday, being blanked 9-0 by the Multnomah and Irvington (dubs’ ueltrrs at the Irvington Club courts. In Saturday's mutch the Ducks were bested in ull six singles mutches and also In the three doubles events. In the number one singles match, Emery Neale de feated Tom .MucDonuld H-ll and 6-4, and In second singles dim Itrlnk downed Jack Near, H-B and fl-4. In the number one doubles match, Neale and Sam l.ee topped MacDonald and Neer, 0-0 and (1-8. However, Coach Bob lamrenco was well satisfied with Ins charges, stating, "Even though we were de feated we performed better than expected against such outstanding competition. Each MAC player has either a Northwest or National ranking." The two teams w<m scheduled to play again Sunday. ^ Hurting the Oregon cause con siderably was the loss of Paul Willey, who Friday was declared ineligible for play by the Univer sity until complete transfer rec ords are obtained, and of fresh man Bill Rose, who was not used due to scholastic difficultu Return matched are scheduled for April 19 and 20 at the Univer sity courts. Other Scores: Sam Di* defeated Don Neruas, 6-1, (}-•»; ilill Babson defeated Ron Dowell, 6-4 and 6-8; Stan \nder non defeated Nell George. 6-4, 6-1; Klltolt Brown defeated Bruce Dingier, 7-8, 6-3; Brink and l-eon ard ('lark defeated I.owell and George, 8-6, 7-5; Claude Hockley and Dud Starr defeated Neruas and Dingier, 6-2, 6-3. SPORTS STAFF Desk Editor: Bill Gurney. 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