Oregon Sneaks togthe Fore, 13 to 12 Tony Crish, Duck end, grabs Tommy Roblin’s pass on the Indian 3-yard line to score Oregon’s second touch down against Stanford in Palo Alto last Saturday. Clark Shaughnessy’s Indians finally won the thrill-studded spec tacle, 19 to 15.—Photo courtesy of Eugene Daily News. MITCHELL Webfoiots "L'l Abner## Wilson ■•"Elliott Wilson, 225-pound VVebfoot center, battled 57 minutes against Stanford last Saturday. He’ll be backing up the line when Coach Francis Schmidt unleashes his Vandals on Hayward field Friday night. Grid Circus to Hit Hayward Field As Schmidt’s, Oliver’s Boys Meet By WALLY HUNTER The rajah of razzle-dazzle, tired faced Francis Schmidt, brings his University of Idaho football team to Eugene Friday night, and Hay ward field once more will turn into a two-ring circus, as two teams that play ball the spectators way, match brains in what might be a grid classic. For 24 long seasons Francis Schmidt has sent grade A football teams out to do battle—now in his first year at Idaho he will at tempt to lead the Vandals out of football’s lonely swamplands. In their first game this season, the Vandals were overpowered 2C to 7 by a tough Utah team, and Oli ver’s Webfoots catching them on the rebound are liable to run into a whirlwind attack that could make a shambles out of Oregon’s first home appearance. This is what could happen—but the wise boys who saw the Web foots make a blood-chilling stand against Stanford have a bootfull of confidence in the Lemon Yellow. Small But Brainy Schmidt has a husky nucleus of 17 lettermen, and four gold plated backs in Halves Earl Chandler and Fred Nichols, Fullback Bill Micklich, and Quarterback Pete Hecomovich. Eleven of his lettermen are linemen—small men who have to rely on grid moxie instead of beef to cross up the opposing forward wall. Against Utah, the Vandals tried 19 passes, of which five were completed, for a total of 113 yards. Totals in yardage found the two ball clubs fairly even. The Vandals seemed to have most of their trouble when pay dirt was in sight. Line Coach Manny Vezie saw the game and his report is that Idaho is more I Attention The first social swim of the term for men and women is set for Friday evening at 7:80 in Gerlinger pool. Women’s open swimming hour is at 5 every week-day afternoon. to be feared than the lop-sided score would indicate. Duck Coach Tex Oliver, hasn’t as yet revealed his defensive and offensive plans but the wily head man isn’t one to take the hipper dipper boys lightly. When a pack of little boys, like Idaho come to town, Oliver’s thoughts must harken back to a black day two years ago, when his warriors returned from a suc cessful trip down south, only to run into a mighty band of Gon zaga boys that took the count of Oregon. Guys like Tony Canadeo, Ray and Cecil Hare, who never made anybody’s All-American rose like a mountain in the path of Oregon’s green tornado that day to knock the Oregon’s out of the top spot on the coast. No, Oregon isn’t liable to make that mistake again, so watch for a swashbuckling, blood - thirsty bunch of Webfoots to take the field against Schmidt’s slickers.