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LIGHTS ON THE GAME
(From the Washington Daily)
The crowd was forced to wait forty
five minutes after the time announced
for the game, because Oliver Cutts took
on an extra job at Tacoma, umpiring
the Lincoln-Tacoma game. The Wash
ington management was not at fault.
Coach Forbes would not begin the game
without Cutts, who was Oregon’s choice
among the officials. Later Coach
Forbes consented and the teams were
ready for the whistle when Cutts ap
peared. Coach Lewis of Broadway
acted as heal linesman in Coach Allen’s
A hot argument ended the first half.
Washington scored a touchdown and af
ter the play Moullen, the Oregon time
keeper, maintained that time was out
before it was made. The Washington
timer disputed this claim. Despite the
fact that Moullen had no official stop
watch, Referee Hockenberry ruled in
For the first time in two years the
Varsity’s goal line was crossed.
For the second time in Coach Dobie’s
football career, he was scored on by a
If Coach Dobie quits, it will be with
an enviable record. He has yet to he
I he longer each man played the bet
ter he seemed to get. Washington did
not use a single substitute, something
that seldom occurs in a championship
You hated to see it, didn't you, Pull
The rooting was the best ever. The
Purple and Gold effect in the bleachers
looked fine to those in the grandstands.
Oregon worked the end runs success
fully the first few times; then she fell
down in her attempts and could not gain
consistently after that.
It was shown conclusively what punt
ing can do toward winning a game.
Kakins out-punted both Clarke and La
tourette. 11 is 60-yard hoot soon after
the opening of the lisrt half, put tin'
ball far down in Oregon's territory
and the first touchdown soon followed.
Oliver Cutts has a line eye for dis
covering technical flaws
Warren Grimm certainly handles the
forward pass well. Twice he grabbed
the ball out of the air, carrying it over
Counting too much on the wind cost
Washington a goal after the second
Taylor was everywhere, carrying the
ball, start forward passes, recovering,
receiving punts and making interfer
Coyle had an t IT day in catching
punts, hut lie used judgment in running
the team and he annexed three points
hv a drop hick over the har.
Several times Oregon's line could not
hold when a forward pass was at
tempted. and she was thrown hack for
Oregon's touchdown was the result of
two lug runs, one around right end and
the other around the left hatch run
ner had line interference.
Oregon has two wenderful ends in
Hickson and Kilt/ Their getting down
on punts was classy.
It was great to see the handling of
h.akins' punts hy Oregon's . hacktield
men, especialh l.atourette. lie caught
them in every manner imaginable and
that is saying a good deal for him, con
sidering the kind of punts Kakins dis
U. OF W.
O. A. C.18-0
W. S. C.
O. A. C.12-0
O. A. C.6-11
W. S. C.6-23
W. S. C.*0-17
O. A. C.
Washington. . ..0-18
OREGON MEN PLACED
ON ALL-STAR TEAM
(Continued from first page.)
Coach Keinholz selects Coyle of
Washington -University in preference fo
Borleske of Whitman for captain.
Coach Gilniour Dobie of Washington
names: Left end, Dodson, Oregon ; left
tackle, Pinkham, Oregon; left guard,
Bailey, Oregon; center, Kellogg, Ore
gon; right guard, Hawley, Oregon A.
C.; right tackle, Deanor, State College;
right end, Galbraith, State College;
quarterback, Latourette, Oregon; left
halfback, Taylor Oregon; right half
back and captain, Borleske, Whitman;
fullback, Keck, O. A. C.
C. N. McArthur’s selections: Center,
Tegtmeier, Washington; guards, May,
Washington, and Fishback, Pullman;
tackles, Eakins, Washington, and Pink
ham, Oregon ; ends, W. Grimm, Wash
ington, and Huntley, O. A. C.: quarter,
Latourette, Oregon; half backs, Bor
leske, Whitman (captain), and Taylor,
Oregon; fullback, Keck, O. A. C.
F.arl A. Marshall, assistant on the
Emerald staff, is drawing the cover de
sign for the next issue of the Monthly.
F. M. l<olfe of Klamath Falls is visit
ing his son Erwin Rolfe.
Friday, December 3—
Second Debate Tryout 1 :00 p. m.,
Saturday, December 4—
Mock Trial, 7:00 p. m„ Philolo
Laurean Society. 7:00 p. m.,
Twice Kakins tried goal from place
men, hut failed each time owing to the
distance from the uprights.
On the kick-off following Washing
ton'^ second touchdown. Umpire Cutts
declared Oregon t ffside, hut allowed the
play to go on.
Mattson played speedy hall. He got
off well after receiving a forward pass,
hut unfortunately touched the white
line and was called hack.
Coach Dohic broke into the game,
catching one of Clarke's punts, while
standing on the side line. It was Wash
Clarke did not play the entire game,
lie heactne winded and, much against
his will, was retired.
Warren Crimes made the last touch
down on a forward pass, noting seventy
live yards, and in covering the distance
lie shook off all kinds of Oregon men.
FIRST CONTEST GETS
OUT BEST DEBATERS
With twelve whirlwind debaters con
testing hotly for places, the first tryout
of the four to be held for the purpose
of choosing the Oregon-Utah team, was
held last night in Villard Hall. The
new plan worked with unexpected suc
Though the number entering was not
as large as hoped for, every one was
lout in earnest and the judges were
unanimous in the opinion that it was an
exceptionally good showing. Four of
the contestants were freshmen, four
were sophomores, and there were two
juniors and two seniors. The new
men showed up especially well, Coach
Buchen declaring that there might be
some surprises when the reuslts were
announced if all the four tryouts went
like the first one.
Over thirty men were intending to
try out but many of them preferred to
wait for the triangular teams. The rea
son for this is that in the present case,
•only two men are to be selected, while
in the later tryout there is room for
six. Coach Buchen says that it would
pay everyone to enter both tryouts for
the practice. He is trying to persuade
others to enter the three remaining con
tests with this object in view..
Robison, Nicholas, and Collier, three
men from last year’s teams were on
hand last night and there is a chance
that Leon Ray may be persuaded to get
into the rest of the contests. Burleigh
Cash, alternate last year is also work
ing hard, as is Ben Williams, last year’s
interstate orator. The two new men
who are looked upon as coming debaters
are Warner and Spencer. The former
led the Pendleton High School 'team
Winn Nicholas and Wendel Barbour,
who showed up well last year, are again
out. Zimmerman, McFarland, and
Pickett are the three freshmen who
complete the list entering last night’s
contest. No co-eds tried this year ow
ing to the fate that a special debate has
been arranged for them.
The judges of the contest are Coach
Buchen, Professor Glen, Professor De
Cou, and Dr. Gilbert. The next con
test in the series is schduled for Friday
afternoon, commencing at one o’clock.
Coach and Players Rewarded.
University of Washington, Nov. 27.—
To show their appreciation of his ser
vices the students of the University of
Washington hailed Coach Gilmour
Dobie onto the stage at assembly
Wednesday and presented him with a
fine gold watch. The co-eds gave the
players and the second team men var
sity stick pins.
A city paper states that Oregon will
protest Eakins and Mucklestone next
year. Not much anxiety is felt by the
students over the outcome if the action
is taken. The men were protested last
year, but the faculty thoroughly investi
gated their records and declared them
eligible to play in their freshman year.
According to the article Oregon will
maintain that both men played two years
on the North Dakota team. The Wash
ington faculty is extremely strict in re
gard to eligibility and scholastic stand
ing. So strict, in fact, that at times
students protest on the ground that the
action hurts the institution. On ac
count of this the students feel that it
is a little absurd to hold that the men
would be permitted to play if there was
any ground for the allegation, especially
as the men were kept out of some of
the games last year pending the verdict
of the faculty and the North Dakota
president, to whom the case was sub
mitted for an official opinion. He held
that the men were eligible under con
Win. Kilt/ Oregon's great end was
severely injured in the game Thursday.
At present he is in a Seattle hospital
and it is not known how serious his
ease may become.
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Dorm Bucks at City Water
In spite of the fact that they have had
to carry all their drinking water up
stairs for four years, the roomers in the
Men’s Dormitory are still unwilling to
have (unboiled city water piped into the
new fountains. They are all loudly
complaining against the use of “typhoid
straight as they term the new beverage.
“No Springfield sewerage and typhoid
bugs for mine, said one of them today,
"even if 1 have to go clear to the pump
for a drink. 1 hate to have to drink
water anyway, but what I do drink, I
Some one has spread the report that
the river just above town is a favorite
bat! mg place for hobos and railroad
laborers. 1 he boys claim that the city
water is pumped from the river and is
mlit for drinking after being used for
bathing. "Worse than bugs,” they say.
Most of them are providing themselves
with cateens to keep in their rooms.
Celia Hager, '12, entertained for a
few friends Saturday evening. A very
pleasant time was reported by the
Miss Lorence of Monmotuh, who has
'ten visiting her sister, Mabel, has re