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- Ey BRUCE HAMBY -
TjrHAT a week-end for upsets!
” Wonder how many dollars
were dropped when the Trojans
Warner’s lads all
over the Palo Al
to stadium to
win 13 to 0. The
nia Bears finally
won a conference
game. With a ?
second - st r i n g j
halfback, Arleigh |
Williams, leading i
the way the!
through with a sparkling 7 to 6
victory over Washington at Seat
Oregon State couldn’t muster
enough punch near the goal line
and the Cougars won (heir second
conference encounter by the mar
gin of a successful goal kick, 7 to
6. Oregon had a field day in 'Mos
cow. Mark Temple and Pepper
Pepelnjak had a great time show
ing Idaho fans how to make touch
downs in a hurry as the Webfoots
rolled up 32 points to the Vandals
* * *
Down in Los Angeles the U. C.
L. A. Bruins snowed under Cali
fornia Tech in a breather game
51 to 0. The Bruins had little op
position and kept most of their
tricks under cover in anticipation
of the Stanford-U. C. L. A. con-1
test next Saturday.
* * *
The old crystal ball came I
through in fine style for last j
Saturday's predictions. A 100 j
per cent score was the result.
Here’s how we picked them:
U. S. C. to take Stanford 14 to
7 . . . Warner’s men couldn't j
come through -with that one |
Oregon 14, Idaho 0 . . . Temple
put one over on the old seer.
California 7, Washington 0 !
hit that one on the nose.
Washington State 7, Oregon
State 0 . . . under-rated the Bea
vers a bit.
U. C. L. A. 24, Cal. Tech . . .
Wisconsin 13, Coe 0 . . . Doc
must have gotten mad.
Army 16, Yale 6 . . . final re
sult 20 lu 0 tor the West Point
Notre Dame 27, Carnegie
Tech 0 . . . the Ramblers score
nothing less than 42 points.
* * *
The Oregon State-WashingtoD
State game at Corvallis was the
Northwest's best game to date.
Both elovens showed worlds of
power on a muddy Bell field. The
Beavers are going to give the
Webfoots plenty of trouble on No
vember 8, and don't forget that.
u * #
Coach Schiasler has a potential
powerhouse over there in Corval
lis and if the Staters are on when
the Webfoots visit the farm, some
one is going to take a beating.
Keith Davis, veteran Beaver end,
gave one of the finest exhibitions
of punting with a wet ball the
writer has ever seen.
From the start of the game
until the final whistle he muffed
only one. Most of his spirals
were good for from 0 to 55
yards. George Sander, Cougar
triple-threat back, kept up with
Davis for the first few kicks,
but couldn't stand the pace.
Watch out for Norman Frank
lin, Hal Moe, Curly Miller,
Johnny Biancone when the Bea
vers play host to Oregon. Miller
played a whale of a game in the
line and the other three kept
the small crowd of 4000 on its
feet throughout the game with
sparkling runs and punt returns.
* * »
The chief fault displayed by
Schissler's eleven was poor tack
ling and blocking. With the ex
ception of Hal Moe, the Staters
showed little ability in taking out
men on the offense. Moe, inci
dentally, gave one of the finest
examples of blocking seen in many
moons when he took out two Cou
gar backs at one clip on a punt
return by Biancone. Hal is certain
of all-coast mention this year.
P aces Oregon
Last Eugene Appearance
Of Team Slated
Bulldogs Expected To Provide
Tough Competition in
Saturday will be the last occa
sion Eugene fans will have to view
Prink Callison’s 1932 Webfoots in
action on Hayward field. The pow
erful Bulldogs of Gonzaga univer
sity will provide the opposition,
and the Webfoots expect a tough
The Bulldogs' sparkling 20 to 7
victory over Idaho, combined with
their splendid showing against the
Washington Huskies and Beavers
from O. S. C., serve as a warning
that the Gonzagans will be no
pushover. The fact that Capt. Bill
Morgan and Mike Mikulak proba
bly will not see action in Satur
day’s contest does not enhance
the Webfoots chances of an easy
Bulldogs Get Eyeful/
Last Saturday, while the Web-'
foots were subduing the Idaho j
Vandals 32 to 0, the entire Bull-'
dog team sat in the stands and
got first hand information on the ,
strength and weakness of the |
In the opinion of the Gonzaga
players, the Webfoots will be a
tougher proposition than either
the Huskies or the Beavers, for |
the Lemon and Green team showed
a greater variation of plays than S
did the other two teams.
Gene Shields, line coach, who
has scouted the Bulldogs in their
three conference games, is high
in his praise of their power. The
Gonzagans will be in excellent
condition, with Max Krause, star
fullback, the only probable casual- 1
ty. Krause swallowed a pin the \
other day, and it is still uncertain !
whether lie will have to be oper
ated on or not.
Bulldogs Play Wide-Open
The Gonzaga team plays a wide 1
open type of ball and makes no j
bones about it. A wet field will
slow them down somewhat, but
nevertheless they have a couple
of 200-pound backs who are great
line plungers and to whom a little
wetness means not a thing.
The Bulldogs use the lateral and
forward pass to great advantage,
and promise Oregon fans a wide
open game Saturday.
Suiters To Face
West Coast Army
OREGON STATE COLLEGE,
Corvallis, Oct. 24. Oregon State
will meet West Coast Army here
Friday night ai 7:30 o’clock in a
non-Conference game. This year’s
Army team, coming from San
Francisco, is reputed to be one of
the best ever put out on the coast
and promises to give the Orange
men a hard fight.
Although many dopesters figure
the Army-Oregon State to be a
"breather" for the Beavers the
Army men have a good team and
are a threat at any time during
the game. They are somewhat
handicapped, however, by the rul
ing that only one officer can be in
the lineup at a time.
The game iji expected to be a
good conditioner for the Orange
men as they meet Oregon here
November 5 in the homecoming
To Be in Shape
Intramural boxers should start
getting into condition, according
to an announcement made by the
donut board yesterday. The box
ing tournament will start in De
cember. Only students passing a
high physical rating will be al
lowed to participate.
Another announcement of equal
importance released yesterday was
to the effect that intramural bas
ketball will start this coming Mon
day, with both A and B leagues
Doxie Moore, Purdue right half
back. never played football in
high school at Delphi, Ind., but
; was one of the state's flashiest
j V' w*.wu«/
The Thrill of
I lit' Veal!
A Silent Man From the West
Is Charles (Sphinx) Wishard, who plays left end for the Oregon
Wehfoots. lie is the sphinx of the North Dakota deserts, and he comes
from a place known as VVaterton. His teammates say you can get a
pretty fair glimpse of it if you look out of the right side of the train
when you go by.
U. S. C. 13, Stanford 0.
California 7, Washington 6.
W. S. C. 7, O. S .C. 6.
Oregon 32, Idaho 0.
Montana State 10, Montana 7.
Whitman 14, Pacific 0.
U. C. L. A. 51, California Tech 0.
Columbia 19, Linfield 7.
Eastern Oregon Normal 39, Al
bion Normal 0.
Amherst 6, Wesleyan 0.
Michigan State 19, Fordham 13.
New Hampshire 22, Vermont 7.
Princeton 0, Navy 0.
Army 20, Yale 0.
Columbia 46, Williams 0.
Colgate 14, N. Y. U. 0.
Maine 0, Bates 0.
Penn 33, Lehigh 0.
.Harvard 10, Dartmouth 7.
Pittsburgh 0, Ohio State 0.
Brown ll,»Tufts 0.
Villanova 31, Loyola 7.
Bucknell 14, Lafayette 6.
Holy Cross 6, Rutgers 0.
Syracuse 12, Penn State 6.
Geneva 39, Boston 6.
Georgia Tech 43, North Carolina
V. P. I. 7, Kentucky 0.
V. M. I. 6, Virginia 4.
Tennessee 60, Maryville 0.
Auburn 19, Tulane 7.
Louisiana State 14, Arkansas 0.
N. C. State 17. Florida 6.
Alabama 24, Mississippi 13.
William and Mary 7, Washing
ton and Lee 0.
Springfield 13, Delawara 6.
Vanderbilt 12, Georgia 6.
Oklahoma 20, Kansas Aggies 13.
Michigan 32, Illinois 0.
Missouri 0, Iowa State 0.
Notre Dame 42, Carnegie Tech
Minnesota 21, Iowa 6.
Nebraska 20, Kansas 6.
Marquette 13, Boston college 0.
Miami 16, Ohio U. 0.
Purdue 7, Northwestern 7.
Wisconsin 39, Coe 0.
... Chicago 13, Indiana 7.
South Dakota State 0, South Da
kota U. 0.
Marquette Teachers 10, North
N. Dakota State 7, N. Dakota 6.
Washington U. 14, Grinnell 7.
Texas 18, Rice 6.
Texas Aggies 0, Baylor 0.
St. Edwards college 7, Daniel
Louisiana college 12, University
1 of Mexico 0.
New Mexico 0, New Mexico Ag
Texas Christian 68. Austin 0.
Brigham Young 20, Colorado
Wyoming 6. Colorado College 15.
Colorado Aggies 7, Colorado 6.
j Western State 13, Idaho tSouth
ern branch i 7.
Texas Tech 21, Colorado Mines
Beaverton 18. Tigard 0.
Medford 7, Grants Pass 6.
John Rogers IS, Lewiston 6.
Baker 6, Pendleton 0.
Columbia Prep 20, St. Helens
Mark Temple in
Lead for Coast
Palmer, IJSC Eml, Second;
Pepelnjak Tied for
Mark Temple’s three touch
downs as Moscow Saturday after
noon nlus a successful conversion
put him in the
lead for individ
ual scoring- hon
ors in the coast
the week. He has
a total of 19
Only one point
behind is Ford
end. Palmer add
ed six points in
the Stanford en
UUllIlLt-'r. liru iui umu iav,c
five players, Smith of Idaho, Cad
del of Stanford, Stansberry of
Montana, Pepelnjak of Oregon
and Griffin of U. S. C. Each has
12 points to his credit.
The -scoring records for confer
ence contests this year follow:
Td. Tp. Fg. Ttl.
Temple, Oregon .3 1 0 '19
Palmer, S. Cal. .3 0 0
Pepelftjak, Oregon 2
W. Smith, Idaho
Griffith, S. Cal.
E. Smith, S. Cal..
Sim, Stanford ....
Wolcott, Wash. ...
Ahonen, Wash. ..
Warburton, S. Cal. 1
Arbelbide, W. S. C. 1
Geraghty, Idaho .. .1
Berry, Ucla .
j Pozzo, Ore.1
j Williams, Cal.
| W. Smith, Wash.
! Corbus, Stanford
1 Giesecke, Ore.
1 Eubanks, W.S.C.
! Sanson, Wash.
! Hornbeak, Wash.
I Hileman, Mont.
I Sander, W.S.C. ...
j Moser, Idaho .
! Safety, Cal.0
Egad! Babe Stars
At Football, Too
DALLAS, Tex. — (API— Babe
Didrikson. girl athlete and Olym
pic star, can handle a football al
most as skillfully as a baseball.
Dressed in a regulation football
uniform, she tossed and caught
numerous passes in an exhibition
with Southern Methodist players
here. The squad, aided by Babe,
demonstrated scoring plays which
worked against Army, Navy and
other strong teams.
G,,u,n, BEN NET
Thela Chi. A. T. O. Squads
Advance by Default
( hi I’si and Kappa Sig Victorious
In Only Meets of Opening
Today's Water Polo Schedule,
S. A. E. vs. Phi Delt, 4:00
Yeomen vs. S. P. E., 4:30
Beta vs. Sigma Chi, 5:00
Phi Psi vs. Alpha Ilpsilon,
In yesterday’s initial water polo
games Chi Psi defeated Friendly
hall by a score of G to 3, Kappa
Sig beat Sigma Pi Tau in an over
time game by a score of 2 to 1,
and both Theta Chi and A. T. O.
won their games by defaults from
Omega hall and Delta Tau Delta.
The first game between Chi Psi
and Friendly was a hectic affair
with Reissmuller starring for the
Chi Psis and Catlou duplicating
for Friendly. Reissmuller made
some sensational shots from the
center of the tank and was the
high-point man for his side. Cat
lou made all the points for
The second contest, between
Sigma Pi Tau and Kappa Sig was
well-played with neither side hav
ing any advantage until the final
minutes of the contest, \yhen Heg
dahl made a one-handed shot just
out of Favier’s reach. However,
Kappa Sig came right back and
tied up the score when Zehtbauer
whizzed a fast one past Humph
ries of S. P. T. Kappa Sig won in
an overtime, period.
Theta Chi and A. T. O. both en
tered the next bracket by virtue
of defaults from Omega hall and
Delta Tau Delta.
Chi Psi (6) Friendly hall (3)
Travis .RF. Kahn
Reissmuller LF. Catlou
Here’s One Gent
SureTo See 1936
BERLIN — (AP) — Although
the next Olympiad will not be
gin until 1936, first applications
for admission tickets have been
received by the federal athletic
Norman N. Rankow of the
United States, being the very
first applicant, put in a reser
vation for his family and him
self for seats facing the finish.
The second application for 100
tickets came in a few hours
later from an American univer
Grady .CF. Anthony
Connell .RG. Henry
Jewett .LG. Conway
McCall .CB. Comstock
Jorgensen .Goal. Weitz
Schloth .S. Wilkensen
Sigma Pi Tail (1) Kappa Sig (3)
Tuck .RF. Wright
George .LF. White
Hegdahl .CF. Newport
Carley .RG. Beckhold
Schenk .LG. Zehtbauer
Temple .CB. Favier
Humphries .Goal. Newman
Olsen Golf King
Of Country Club
Don Olsen, junior in business
administration, became club cham
pion of the Eugene country club
triumphed over Bob Hammond 2
and 1 in 18 holes. Olsen ’toured
the country club course in 76, four
over par, while Hammond took a
Southern Cal. All-Stars 7, West
Coast Navy 15.
San Francisco Teachers 6, San
ta Rosa Jr. Coll. 13.
West Coast Army 7, West Seat
tle A. C. 7.
San Francisco Univ. 16, Olympic
Club 0. .
DePaul of Chicago 19, St. Mary’s
In Race For
Field Narrowed After Five
Weeks of Competition
Notre Dame, U. S. C., Tennessee
Michigan, Colombia, Auburn
And Colgate Left
Seven undefeated and untied
elevens stand out as contenders
for the mythical national grid
title at the end
of the fifth week
of intensive com
are Notre Dame.
Columbia, A u -
are not the only
vens, but on the
basis of present
1 accomn lishments
loom as favorites to end with an
What a Powerhouse!
The Notre Dame Ramblers
came through with another over
whelming victory this week as
they downed Carnegie Tech, 42 to
0. While the Spartans have a
weaker team than usual this year,
Saturday's defeat was the worst
suffered in many years. Hank
Anderson’s eleven has scored 177
points in its three games this year.
Southern California passed the
most difficult obstacle on its way
to another coast conference title
by downing Stanford, 13 to 0.
The Trojans still have to face
California, Washington and Ore
gon, but are favorites to win all
Raiders Still Parading
Colgate’s “Red Raiders” con
tinued their touchdown parade
in the East by defeating New
York university, 14 to 0. Colum
bia maintained its undefeated
standing by trouncing Williams,
46 to 0. Cornell remains as the
most serious threat to Columbia
Auburn jumped into national
Doc Orders Long
Squad Wins, 39*0
MADISON, Wis., Oct. 24—(Spe
cial) Doc Spears' Wisconsin Bad
gers have proved they can come
back. His inexperienced eleven,
after losing to Purdue’s champions
by the heart-breaking margin of
one point two weeks ago, perked
up Saturday and smashed Coe's
football forces, 39 to 0.
The outcome never was in
doubt. Wisconsin gained more
than 400 yard3 from scrimmage
to minus one yaid for Coe. But
even this impressive performance
did not satisfy the tough Doctor,
who scrimmaged his team at Camp
Randall after the game was ended.
It will be remembered that Doc
Spears was just as untiring and
hard-boiled at Oregon as he now
is at Wisconsin. After the Paci
fic game here two years ago he
also scrimmaged his men. The re
sults were gratifying, the Web
foots outclassing Washington's
Huskies, 7 to 0, shortly after
Democrats on Top
In Portland Race
Jefferson high school's champion
ship football squad continued to
lead the Portland interscholastic
league at the end of the fourth
week of competition. The Demo
crats have won three and lost
Roosevelt, *d oor-mat of the
league for years, is tied for first
place with two victories and one
tie game. Games this week in
clude Jefferson vs. Grant, Wash
ington vs. Roosevelt, Franklin vs.
Lincoln and Benson vs. Commerce.
prominence by upsetting the
four-year southern champions, 19
to 7. Tennessee took a breather
game from Maryville, 60 to 0.
The last of the seven, Michigan,
handed Illinois a 32-to-0 drubbing
and jumped into the lead in Big
| Ten standings. The Wolverines
still have three tough games, with
[ Indiana, Chicago and Minnesota.
WITH CLIVE IN INDIA
"Nature in the Raw”—as portrayed
by the noted artist, Kari Godwin
... inspired by the fierce and bril
liant assault by Clive and a hand
ful of followers, outnumbered 20
to 1 by savage hordes of bloodthirsty
natives, at the Battle ofPlassey—the
birth of the British Indian Empire
—as described in the famous Henty
book, "With Clive in India.”
—and raw tobaccos
have no place in cigarettes
They are not present in Luckies
. . . the mildest cigarette
you ever smoked
E buy the finest, the very
finest tobaccos in all the
world—but that does not
explain why folks every
where regard Lucky Strike as
the mildest cigarette. The fact
is, we never overlook the
truth that “Nature in the
Raw is Seldom Mild”—so
these fine tobaccos, after
proper aging and mellowing,
are then given the benefit of
that Lucky Strike purifying
process, described by the
why folks in every city, town
and hamlet say that Luckies
are such mild cigarettes.
That package of mild Luckies
"If a man write a litter boot, preach a better sermon, or make a better mouse-trap than his neighbor, tho he
build bis house in the woods, the world will make a beaten path to his door. ''—RALPH WALDO EMERSON.
Docs not this explain the world-wide acceptance and approval of Lucky Strike?