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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1952)
“I Want You”
Dana Andrews &
Ann Sheridan & John Lund
“Kongo Wild Stallion’
Fred Stone & Rachelle Hudson
“Henry the VIII”
“Red Skies of Montana”
Richard Widmark &
“Weekend With Father"
Van Heflin & Patricia Neal
Sipa in Fina!
!M Softball Tilt
Tuesday’s intramural softball
game between Cherney hall and
Sigma hall rang up the curtain on
the 1952 regular season's play.
The freshmen from Cherney had
to go a long way to secure the 10
to 5 victory over their Sigma eld
ers, but in the final analysis it
could be seen that they out
shone their opponents in about
Bob Hinman was the winning
chucker in the contest; he was
never in any really serious troub
le, but when some did appear to
arise, he calmly laid down the law.
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Emerald Athletic Award Committee
—Art French Photo
MEMBERS of the Emerald Athletic Award Comm'ttee which met Friday to decide the whiner of the
Emerald Athletic Trophy. The award will be presented by Athletic Director Leo Harris to an outstand
ing senior athlete at the intermission of the Junior From Friday night. From left to right: Dean Or
lando J. Hollis, Bill Carey, Art Litchman (standing), Leo Harris, Jim Livenay (standing), Kay Hawk,
Dick Strite, and Bill Gurney.
Desk Editor: Bill Norval.
Staff: Martin Meadows, Bill
Gurney, Larry Lavelle.
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For An Athlete, Scholar, Citizen . . .
Harris To Present
Trophy Friday Night
The second annual Emerald Ath
letic Trophy will be presented at
the Junior Prom to the Oregon
senior athlete judged most out
standing in athletics, scholarship,
The award, co-sponsored by the
Emerald and the Oregon athletic
department, will be awarded by
Athletic Director Leo Harris at
the intermission of the Prom Fri
Last year’s winner was Jack
Keller, basketball guard. This year
there are 30 seniors in the' varsity
sports, but the list is considerably
narrowed down by the require
ment that the winner have com
pleted a minimum of 150 hours
college credit with a cumulative
GPA of 2.50 or above.
Another criterion which must
be met is that the athlete must
have completed his PCC eligibility,
or else be in a position to graduate
before another season of compe
tition in his sport or sports.
The winner of the award wfas
decided Friday at the second an
nual meeting of the Emerald Ath
letic Trophy committee. Members
of the committee are Dean Orlan
do J. Hollis of the Oregon law
school, Athletic,Director Leo Har
ris, Eugene Register-Guard Sports
Editor Dick Strife, Athletic News
Bureau Director Art Litchman,
Emerald Sports Editor Bill Gur
ney, Order of the ‘O’ President
Jim Livesay, Director of Men’s Af
fairs Ray Hawk, and ASUO Presi
dent Bill Carey.
Hawk served as chairman and
It was announced Tuesday after
noon by Everett Perry, Assistant
Director of Intramural sports, that
unless all tennis and golf score
cards are turned in on the day
that the match is played, the
match will be forfeited. The same
penalty holds if the games are
not played on schedule or if no
arrangements are made with the
PE department beforehand.
Litchman as secretary for the -
second consecutive year.
First of its Kind
The Trophy is the first award
to be established at the University -
of Oregon for the recognition of
combined athletic ability, scholar- -
ship, and citizenship. Again in
1952, the' aim of the committee *
was to select a winner who was .
well qualified in each of these
areas, and one who would be a
fitting representative of the high
est type of athlete.
To Meet Aggies
In Return Match
Oregon State will get another
chance at Oregon’s highflying ten
nis team in a match to be played
this afternoon on the University
courts. Singles play will get under
way at 3:00 p.m. daylight time or .
2:00 p.m. University time.
This afternoon’s match marks
the second meeting this season be- '
tween the two squads, with the
Ducks edging out OSC in the first
However, Coach Bob Laurence 4
expects his boys to play a lot bet
ter on their own courts, (which
are of a little different composition
than the Aggies’) than they did in
the Corvallis meeting. *
An interesting feature of the
match will he the first singles duel -
between Toni Macdonald and
Stater Don Megale. In their Cor- .
vallis outing, Megale downed Mac
donald for the first time in his .
tennis career. Macdonald turned
in a somewhat below average per- ,
formance that day, but judging
from his last two showings against „
Idaho and Washington State, has
since regained his form. At any ^
rate, he’ll really be out to reverse
Laurence plans to change his
singles lineup around a little for
this afternoon’s match. Macdonald, >
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