Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 12, 1980, Page 8, Image 8

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David
Jennings
For
Eugene
City Council
West University
“Four years before Three Mile Island I
lobbied against nuclear power in the state
legislature.
In 1971 I helped begin the fight
against pumice mining in the Three Sisters
Wilderness and as a U of O student leader
I fought to give Wilderness status to
French Pete.
I am anti-nuke, anti-herbicide,
pro-bike & mass transit and I strongly
support growth control to stop urban
sprawl.”
David Jennings
THE PROGRESSIVE ALTERNATIVE
Paid: David Jennings for City Councilor, Kent Anderson Treasurer, 744 W Park, Eugene, OR 97401
sports
Ducks alive in race for second
Riding the strong arms of
pitchers Mike Talia and Jim
Givens, the Oregon Ducks
remained in contention for
second place in the Northern
Division by blasting Oregon
State, 8-3, in the second game
of its rescheduled baseball
doubleheader Sunday after
noon.
The Beavers (7-9) maintained
its slim lead over the Ducks (6-9)
by taking the first game, 8-2.
The two clubs will meet today in
Corvallis for a single game that
will decide the final league
standings.
Talia, who pitched seven in
nings, and Givens, who com
pleted the game, virtually hand
SHARON
POSNER
SHARON POSNER
An energetic worker -
an experienced leader.
CITY COUNCIL
WARD 2
“Active citizen
participation is
essential-not just incidental
to good local government.”
Paid for by Sharon Posner for City Council, A. Sally Weston,
Treasurer, 2595 Highland Drive, Eugene, OR 97403.
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cap, while their teammates
chipped away at four OSU
pitchers. Oregon’s scores were
highlighted by a third inning
home run by first baseman
Randy Porter, a towering solo
shot over the center field fence.
Porter was involved in other
Oregon scores as well, doubling
and scoring a run in the first
inning, pluspoking an important
sacrifice in the two-run seventh
inning.
Oregon State could do no
wrong in the opener, pounding
four Duck pitchers for its runs.
Back-to-back home runs in the
fifth inning broke the game wide
open.
The Beavers’ Al Hunsinger
clubbed a three-run shot over
left center field, one of three
home runs for him on the day.
The next man up, Bob McNair,
followed his teammate’s act by
crashing one over the rightfield
fence.
Women bury
opponents for
NCWSA title
The Oregon women’s track
team buried their nearest op
ponent by 117 points to capture
their third straight Northwest
regional track and field
championship over the week
end.
The Ducks won 12 of the 15
non-relay events to finish with
'244 points at the Seattle meet,
followed by Oregon State with
127 and Washington with 102.
Lexie Miller was the out
standing individual for the
Ducks, winning the 100 hurdles
(14.55) and long jump (19-5’/>),
taking second in the 400 hur
dles (1:01.8) and running a leg
on the winning 400 relay.
Another standout on the track
was Melanie Batiste, who won
the 100 (12.27) and 200 (24.44)
and ran on both relays.
To round out the running
events, Leann Warren won the
1,500, Grace Bakari took the
400 and Eryn Forbes won the
3,000.
In the field events, Lisha Lass
uncorked a personal-best 159-7
to win the discus while Patty
Kearney’s 173-4 was enough to
win the javelin. Carrie Albano
heaved an AlAW-qualifying
48-4’/2 in the shot to finish a
sweep in the throwing events for
the Ducks.
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