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Keglers bowl io second in league
Bowling originated through religious practices during medieval times. Little did the originators figure that their actions would develop into one of the largest participation sports today.
Participation at Oregon State finds various levels and the men's bowling team provided competition for keglers with contesting desires.
The bowling squad is comprised of the men with the top ten averages while competing in the Varsity League of the bowling club. The travelling team participated in the Oregon Collegiate Bowling League and placed second in the division.
The squad also finished second in the ACUI Regional Tournament in Pullman, VVA.
Karl Naake topped the Beaver bowlers with a 194 average in the Oregon Collegiate Bowling League. West Graves led the Varsity League with a 191 average.
□above left, A strike in motion. Qabovc right, Randy Matson expresses pleasure of his strike, □tower, Matson checks score in match.
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Rugby offers scrums and mauls
Scrum, maul, line oul — what the hell are those anyway? Rugby is the sport and those are just a few of the normal terms of the game. If you can call them normal.
At OSU, rugby is played the entire year, and injuries pose a big problem every season. The sport is gaining popularity. Support by participants and spectators has ballooned tremendously.
The rugby team sponsors many keggars throughout the year and over 800 people attended one in February.
On the field, the ruggers are attracting attention too. Fast and rugged action and a winning team keeps the sport in the limelight of the recreational sports program.
Our team travelled south to Berkeley for a game with California and into British Columbia to the north for another contest. The team schedule includes 12 games played from January through
□above, OSU star Mike Gardner prepares to place a strategic kick with solid Butch Wicks in support, ntower left, forward Chris Halustad and rookie Jim Lilly squeeze the hall from a Portland rugger as |eff Young looks on. □tower right. With the hall lost m a Portland scrum, Oregon State moves defensively.
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4,876-4,875: Women bowlers strike out!
Keg!er is derived from the Creek kegel which means ninepin. Sportsmen added an extra pin and allowed women to play. Now the female gender outnumbers the male participants in the game. Male supremacy doesn't hold on the lanes.
The OSU women's club competed in the same manner as the men with qualifying members of the club travelling to tournaments. OSU finished first in the ACU-I tournament and fell one pin short of Boise State and the regional championship when the team could come up with but 4,875 pins to Boise State's 4,876.
□above, Beth Taylor finds joy in the sport, □tower left, till Uselman was the top bowler of the OSU club with a 180 average, □tower right. Ms. Taylor and Ms. Uselman teamed for the doubles championship at the ACUI Regionals.
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