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Page 188 text:
A- il i WEXXES
r ' r
ldaho's surprising V andals, who wound
p at the liottom ol the league, came
hrough with a 47-37 victory over the
Huskies in the first game of their series
l . ' l two 6'8" centers were
mere! hut even wit 1
me which the
the second ga ,
unahle to cop
Huskies won 56-48.
At Moscow, Washington came through
the first game, hut
with a 1lo-- , J
dropped the second contest 40-Sl. The
Huskies held a six-point lead at the hall,
e field goal and two free
hut seo , i
throws in the entire second period.
Washington's starting lineup this sea-
son consisted of Harry Nelson and Bohhy
Lindh, hoth sophomore forwards, Capt.
Bill lVlcDonald, senior, who alternated
with Hal Schlicting, junior, at center, and
' 40 victorv in
red onlv on
B oh Voelker,
lack, junior, at guards.
fight for the
' ll er closes in us three Idaho men
their own bnckbourd
luck loe f , .
bull after Inkirig ll rebound off on
lfnlflpip glm ,
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Page 187 text:
Oregon was next on the Husky schedule
split even in their first series with the
Pur :le and Cold. EflIIlllHflSOH,H Sf uacl
came through with a 39-31 victory in the
first gazne here, hut dropped a 47-32 deci-
sion to the Wehfoots in the second contest.
Traveling to Oregon on the next week
and following the Wehfoot series here, the
Huskies were handicapped hy the loss of
Harry Nelson, who was out of the series
with a had cold, and were not able to pull
through with a single win during the entire
series, two games with Oregon and two
with Oregon State. Oregon won 47-32 and
50-43 at McArtht1r Court. Ore-gon's great
John Dick, league-leading scorer, was a
standout against the Huskies.
Capt. Bill lPlcDonala' and Bobby Linrlh leap to take
the casaba away from Archie Marshilf, star sophomore
of the Oregon Wgbfools.
Page 189 text:
Oregon State, the team that won the
Northern Division championship. only to
lose two straight games in the Paeilie Coast
playoff to Southern California. provefl
another stumhling hloek for W'ashington
and in the first two games. playefl away
from home. the Huskies were tlefeatefl
twiee. 45-26 an l 419-3
c 2. In the seeoncl game
Washington pulled another last-half vol-
lapse and allowed the Beavers to pull
ln the last home series for Capt. Bill
MeDonald and Bobby Dorr, who grarlu-
ated this year. Wasllinglon split with the
highly toutefl Beaver quintet. Oregon
ze first game and the Northern
Division crown 46-31. The Huskies eame
State won tl
through in the seco
nd contest 41-35 with
y Lindh scoring 17 points, hut it was
not enough to plaee him above John Dielg
of Oregon for the seoring title of 1010.
Clayton Slmuy. Incl: loelluer, Al Hunter liohln' I in ll
. V , 1 1,
and Ton-v Romano wrtlch rt high one rome Illllllll
toward' ll I ' ' ' i ' '
s ie umlxel Ill Ihe 051.-Wizxhtltglrzlt series nt
g i. Ki W I it
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