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Cindermen to Face Beavers Saturday;
Fell, Missfeldt Will Be at Relay Meet
By Ron Ricketts
Time trials were the order of
the day Wednesday as the Oregon
track team prepared for Satur
day's meet with Oregon State.
The varsity men ran three-quarter
distances, while the junior raced
full distances since they were com
peting in a telegraphic meet with
the University of Washington.
JV’s Looking Good
The results of the telegraphic
meet will not be known for several
days, but some Duck performances
were excellent. Bruce Springbett
ran the 100-yard dash in :10.1 and
recorded a :22.8 in the 220. Others
were Art Backlund with a 4:34 in
the mile; Walt Badorek, a 133 foot
discus throw; and Merlyn Samples
with a :51 flat in the 440.
In the varsity trials, A1 Martin,
Ted Anderson, and Jack Hutchins
showed up very well. Martin ran '
% of a mile in 3:12, Anderson ran
400 yards in :43.9, and Hutchins i
ran a 750 in 1:33.
Team Weakened in OSC Meet
The only Oregon losses for the i
OSC meet are Bill Fell and Chuck
Missfeldt, who have been invited
to compete in the West Coast Re
lays at Fresno, California, on Sat
urday. The Webfoots’ number one
relay team was also invited, but
Coach Bowerman felt that Oregon
could not afford to lose that many
first places against the Beavers.
Fell, Martin. Anderson, and Hutch
ins compose the Ducks' top relay
The Oregon performances In the
telegraphic meet are:
100-yard dash: Springbett, :10.1.
220-yard dash: Springbett, :22.8.
440-yard dash: Samples, Briot,
880-yard run: Bill Hail, 2:00.4.
Mile run: Backlund, BradetiCh,
120-yard high hurdles: Chan
Shotput: Jim Jones, 41 feet 2
Discus: Badorek, 133 feet.
Javelin: Byles, Schoonover, Hep
ler, 161 feet.
Pole vault: Ken lliggennottom,
11 feet 10 inches.
Broad jump: Chuck Phillips,
21 feet 3 inches.
High jump: Badorek, Daven
port, 5 feet 10 inches.
The varsity time trial results
80-yard dash: Jerry Mock,
180: Mock. :1S.
400: Anderson, Clement, :43.9.
750: Hutchins, Loftis, 1:33.
94 mile: Martin, Reiser, 3:12.
lVa mile: Fred Turner, 7:09.
120-HH: Blunt, :15.2.
Shotput: Chet Noe, Craig, Lloyd,
47 feet 2 inches.
Discus: Ben Lloyd, 138 fcea 6
Javelin: Missfeldt, 209 feet.
Pole vault: Ray Packwood, Man
nex, Robison, 12 feet 10 inches.
Broad jump: Tommy Edwards,
21 feet 6 inches.
BILL BO WEB MAN, Oregon’s
track coach, has been drilling
his Webfoot charges hard In
preparation for this weekend’s
dual meet with Oregon State on
the Beavers’ track. This season
marks Bowerman’s fourth year
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Sigma Chi and Beta Enter Softball
Semi-finals; Meet Minium, Cherney
By Chuck Plummer
Sigma Chi and Beta Theta
Pi came through with flying
colors in the intramural soft
ball semi-finals Wednesday ai
ternoon. Jim Calde'rwoo d
pitched and batted the Sigs to
a 4-1 victory over Alpha Tail
Omega’, and the Betas wallop
ed Phi Kappa Sigma 12-2 be
hind the five-hit pitching of
Calderwood was truly the whole
show in the Sig-ATO contest, as
he limited the losers to only one
hit, and smashed three hits in
four times at bat, including a
home run with none aboard the
The ATO’s opened the scoring
in the second inning, when pitcher
Kahkamp got. the one and only
bingle for his team, and scored on
a three base error by the Sig cen
ter fielder on Woodside’s fly ball.
Sigma Chi tied the score in the
fourth, and went ahead in the
sixth. Calderwood personally tied
the score with a tremendous home
run. He then scored the tie-break
ing run in the sixth when he
singled, stole second, and scored
on Walter’s single.
The Sigs added two more coun
ters in the top of the seventh for
good measure. Sloan walked, stole
second, and scored on Richardson’s
infield hit. Calderwood, Halberg
and Walters then singled consecu
tively, bringing Richardson home
in the process. Walters tied Cal
d'erwood for top batting honors
with an identical three for four.
Beck Hit Hard
The Betas pounced on Phi Kap
pa Sigma pitcher Gene Beck in the
first inning and never stopped.
They scored one counter in the
first when Lyons walked and
scored on Southworth’s double,
and two more in the second, when
Mann and Docstader singled and
scored on consecutive bingles by
Adams and McMath.
The fourth was the Betas’ big
inning, as they poured across six
runs. Kenny Ball accounted for
three of them when he tripled
with the bases loaded. Just for
good measure, they added three
more tallies in the fifth.
The Phi Kaps scored their first
tally in the sixth, when Berg
walked and scored on two infield
outs, and their second in the
seventh, when Juza walked and
scored on two infield errors.
All of Beta Theta Pi’s bats
were connecting, and there wasn’t
a man on the team who didn’t get
In today’s softball games, Sig
ma Chi meets Minturn hall on the
South field at 4 p.m., and Beta
Theta Pi plays Cherney at the
same time on the North field.
Tekes Win Net Match
Tau Kappa Epsilon emerged vic
torious over Theta Chi 2-1 in Wed
nesday’s intramural tennis action.
In the singles match, Jerry Berre
man (TKE) defeated Judge Elder,
In the first doubles match Bliss
Stanley and Eldon Chowning
(TKE) defeated George Zupan
and Arlen Joseph, 6-2, 6-1.
In the second doubles, Jerry
Bailey and Jack Merritt (TC) de
feated Jack Faust and Joe Al
mond, 7-5, 6-2.
Jets Win Faculty
The Jets won the faculty league
bowling championship Wednesday
night, defeating the Flying Sau
cers, 2560 to 2480.
Colonel Bruns led the winners
with a 204 game and a 544 series,
which was high for the evening.
Major Ungerlider also helped the
Jets’ cause with a 512 series.
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In ND Race
MOSCOW, Ida. — (AP) —
Oregon regained first place in
the see-saw Northern Division
baseball race today with an 11
inning 6 to 4 victory over the.
Idaho Vandals at Moscow.
Idaho freshman Flip Klef
fner sent the game into extra'
innings with a towering two
run homer in the last of the*
ninth. That tied the score at
Idaho’s defense fell apart in
the 11th inning when Oregon,
combined two singles z id two
Idaho errors to score Pete_
Williams and Ron Bottler. Bill
Mays, who went to the mound
for' Oregon in the 10th, gipt'
credit for the win. ^
The teams play again today*
and second-place Oregon Stat^R
will open a two-game series
against Washington today at
Ends on Saturday
The cameraman got a workout
Wednesday afternoon as the Uni-,
versity of Oregon Webfoots scrim
maged on Hayward field. But he"
wasn't working on publicity shots;
instead he was employed to ferret*
out the "mistakes that might have,
evaded the Duel: coaching staff.
“We were just looking at some,
ideas that Coach Casanova has
had and we wanted to see how^.
they would operate,” Assistant
Coach Jack Roche explained. The,
coaches will use the film for refer
ence and the inevitable chalk,
Lyman Looks Sharp
Ron Lyman, the converted full-.
; back, again stole the show in his
i new end role. He caught a couple,
j of Quarterback Hal Dunham's
tosses, one for a touchdown, and
set up a few long gainers with*
well-placed downfield blocks.
Casanova pulled a trick out of*
the hag in the form of Dunham,
who raced around right end'htor
a 40-yard touchdown gallop. Not
a hand was laid on the senior
All the scores were the results
of the same figure run, pass, or'
run-pass combination, since the
line of scrimmage was stationary.
Reed and Williams
Tackle John Reed and Guard
Emmett Williams drew high praise,
from Line Coach Gene Harlow.
The Ducks have three more
practices remaining of the ached-*
ulod 20 sessions. The 50-man squad
will round out the drills with a
Hayward field scrimmage Satur
Scores in mixed doubles bowling
League three are as follows:
Pasley and Koppe 3; Allen and
Moore and Graham 3; Rilea and
Goddard and Reekman 4; Troeh
and Troeh 0.
Lowery and Englund 4; Hopping
and Shaw 0. *
Donahue and Theriault 2; Cafi
non and Cannon 2. ,
Williams and Thompson 4; Han
de and Hamilton 0. h
High scores, Bruce Koppe with
a 555 series and a 232 game ''to
take high honors in each depart-'