Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 09, 1990, Page 8, Image 8

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I merald Sports Reporter
Although lltt' tiual margin
was oil]s 1 i points Ho ~t .Sat
nrdav’s men's ilu.il moot be
tui t n Oregon ami visiting
Washington Slate was dei itlt-tl
earlx on
Art Skipper’s i tune lioni lie
him! win in the javelin, with a
school and imr! ret.oral toss ot
1 t t o\fi Washington Slate's
Stffjan Wlkstroni. sri the stage
earlx and thegon added otliei
as in-, m the sleepier base 1(1(1
meter relax ami an unexpei led
sixeep in the 1 10 melei high
I x ei x both i i iiupeted xs ell
and it was a good team \ it.to
rs Oregon coach Hill Dellin
gei s.nd 'Washington State
i onipeted reallv v\ ell Tliex
xxtoe i ilining at us pretl v hard
We had ,i lot u! tigers out
there todax . " Ilellinger added
Ihe biggest tiger max have
been Skipper who xx.isn't ex
pet led to be pushed in the jave
bn u111iI \\ ikslioin uni orketl .i
throw oi 2-S2-1 i on Ins Inst .it
tempt I low ex nr Sk ippei i .one
bat k to unleash a throw of
more than 2 to feel bis Inst
ex ei on Ills third attempt
I knew it would be a i lose
meet, so I knew I had to beat
him. Skipper said We've
been working hard iti woikouts
and 1 knew 2-10 xxas i lose
I was surprised to see the
( nilgais throw so far in tile lax
rlin." Dellinger said I know
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yvontjered it tic would respond
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meet «eat tin as
Despite Hie absent e at I’m it
It til ( onfei eiK i eh.imp Marly
Slrusi belli bum Washington
state in the steeple!.hast1 tile
late yy as a good one between
Oregon's Damn hope/ ami
Kit k MestUsj ami Washington
State's Hubert I'nt e
Lopez passed [’lire with
about three laps In go anti then
held all Mi stier as the Out ks
go! a big I 2 finish In addition
l.eipe/ (B 1!"ij ami Mesllei
(H 1 t _"l| both beat the XI \.\
quality ine stand aid t it it 11 and
Mestler s time was a personal
rei urd
I be steeple* base was a he\
event u ith our guvs going
I Dellingei said To get
hath qualified w as a bonus
Despite being bothered In
s|i knt'ss e.u llt‘1 in tile u eek
I ope/ said he lelt pietty good
attei the rare
'I’ve been k I ml i it sii k all
week and I wasn’t breathing
that well out there he said
It’s really nil e tu quality and
it lelt pretty good
hollowing the steeple! Il.lse
the I)u< ks yvere able to add a
w m in the )()() relay as am hut
man Klaus Weigeldt held nil
the ( imgals (leorge (Jgheide ill
the final st i aightaw ay The win
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