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Steckle's Men Did-The Score is 53
to o Story of the Game.
and the half ended with the hall in
California's possession, In the sec
ond half the teams seemed to be
pretty evenly matched."
The game of football between
OAC and Whitworth on College
field Saturday was a Waterloo for
the Taconians. It surprised the
Oregon lads with the inability of
the visitors to do better stunts at
the game. Whitworth had some
strong men but along with them
were smaller lads who were play
things in the hands of. Steckle's
men. It was all so easy that the
Oregonians kicked to Whitworth,
took the ball away from them in
three downs and in three form
ations, sent Root over lor a touch
down in only two minutes of play.
This was followed up with a touch
down by Ritiihart in a 100 yard
run from Whkworih's kickoff, all
in 30 seconrlsof play. This remark
able performance was duplicated
later in the 9mz half by the same
player in a run of exactly the- same
distance. In each case Steckle's
men bunched in a fierce interfer
ence about the player, forming an
assault that the Tacomans could
. not stop. The third touchdown
required only seven plays, running
like this: Whitworth kicked off
and Dolan ran the ball to the 43
yard line. Root got away for
yards, Abraham, 10, Williams,
WilHams, 10; Root, 7; Dolan,
and Abraham went over )or
touchdown. About the same num
ber of plays yielded the fourth
touchdown. It ran thus: Whit
worth kicked off and Cooper ran
the ball back to the 20 yard line
Williams tore off 10 yards, Abra
hom 5. Griffith, who had replaced
Root, 5, a fumble was recovered,
Abraham bucked three, and Wil
liams got away for a 70 yard run
and a touchdown. Up to this time
there had been seven minutes and
ten seconds of actual play and the
score was 24 to o. In the remain
ing 13 minutes of the half, with
Whitworth kicking off, Steckle's
men made four more trips across
the Washington goal, and rolling
up a score of 47, Kenneth Cooper
making seven of the points by kick
ing seven out of eight goals attempt
ed, some of them being fairly diffi
cult. In the second half the visitors
were turned over to the second
team, and the latter put two more
touchdowns on the record, raising
the score to 58: In spite of the
heavy odds against them, the Ta
comans played a gritty game, and
won a lot of praise for the manner
in which they took their defeat.
Their idea of the OAO team is that
it is about the hardest aggregation
to go against t hey ever struck.
" On 1 everal points the OAC team
showed improved form over that in
the game with the Chemawans,
and even better team work and
faster plav is looked for next Sat
urday when they go against the
giants- from Pullman, in what Dr.
. bteckre estimates '- ill be one of the
hardest games oi the season. Fol
lowing i- the lineup cf the OAC
Left end Eniilv, Harding and
lie's: utc'ile Laurence, Hughes.
Left guard Djulap, Little.
Center Walker, Cherry.
Right guatd Bund-. Pendergrass,
Right tackle Dolan, McKinnou.
Right end Cooper, Rumbaugh,
Right half Root, Griffith, Sweek.
Left hall--Williams. Porterfield,
Quarterback Rinehart, Porterfield.
Fullback Abraham. Ray Walker.
Officials W. Lair . Thompson, ref
eree; Clyde Phillips, umpire:
E. R. .Bryson, head linesman.
Continued lrom page one.
arms and ribs, while more than a
score were bruised and battered.
Fiona one of tbc steerage pacgen
gers it was learned that tne livep o
beveral children were paved by a
ttewardess. Mis Cotee, and adn k
steward. Tne iiitle ones were play
ing about the deck when they were
caugbt in the ewirl of water tm)
carried aft with the othres. Oa the
reuir.i rueb of the wave the chil
dren were being carried dirtctiv
lowxrd the open door1 tirooan
whtoh the 11 ve w :jo iost tti-ir v-.i
it&jficJ. Tui mrut ws'.kp, thej
ha ii-ir..l-s Mi l ft-itiifs a d othirj
d-ei fiiii' wi-.ic't! ur-stly add to ;
the t-ii.it f ii p.-itioii,
b i3eiici! r rei Vfd irjjmedi i
nt(-ly tcgivc w.o! kmc-ri room in
bc: i'j itr .lti tne fxbibit
Thf iui t-x' i'-it Viuild iogF "wfcich
r-'etrty m15 t,'-,.irv, 10 tb Ortuon
Si.-ur C 11. u.' iii u, oe dirj.osed I
or to in : iwhti-t btddfts. its ihf-y
aiH ul Mu- I ' vnivf for the luni-i
ri-- 8i,c1 li,il iiiifi iuHtt-ril they
trm'ai'-. '1'H"v 1 fit b' torn
(Jowii tor ff-vprt, w eks afl to
!giv h-'xbiv"or tinjp 10 remove
ih'r (tiupsvf. 'In- guveroment
Uulijii g "iii?d?o prohanly bn toid
to :)j- 1 jI r-t. I i cJt, but wi'l hard-
b'i'-jt t-'-ri t!'rj fiv ihoitsnod
aud ti,e soid tusaed t nr d "'a s l.M.h Unue.t S8
iu:a.i.:y i t rnumit 'l "de iixtnisi-
ti'V! !! ti
itd dragged them
Washig'oi. Oct, 14 'rnnii'
MitchtlFij attempt to retain his & t
in tlip tenata to the end ol his pr -
nut term will probably bfl frastrat.l
or it i- understood thai t an &; v
dntt) the govermiieut will ak tbe
supieme court to ndvaoce thti c-
against Mitchell ai d fix an e&:lv
date for its consideration."
It is believed that Prwdtnt,
ilccs vclt ie anxious tnat th'H a
sbali be disposed ol; it is: knovu
that Secretary Hitchcock favor
early actiOD, aDd for that mauer
the entire adrrjicietiaticn h. ij.es
that there will be no unnecessary 1
delay in eecuring a final ruiiug in
this case by the highest court in
the laDd. Ia all probability, the
government, through the solicitor -general,
will soon ask the buprtuue
court to advance this case and set
a time for its hearing.
Ex Senator Thursto Mitclel.'e
attorney, recently announced that
bis client would not ask to have his
case advanced to an early trial, but
would be content to hhve it taken
up tn the regular order. Should
this be done the case could not be
argued until the next term of court,
one year berca, and tbat delay
would probably permit Mitchell to
retain his eeat to within a short
time of the expiration of his teim
rn March 4, 1907.
i'-tf ri.'.vr!er ;. ar,d by that
lino- iiHrt! 1 'ill 't i.(igi.jvernnieut
p.,au.i..io'r,d will have h ; rtuaoved
or boV jru!-r,i lu'o uloer haodf.
In prHciiraliy v-ry hnildii g at
tie Expi ei -mm work will sti in
p- cki'ig a'od boxing thy exhibiis, j
rd ty t. n..-,iit tin y will lurk as
ttiough ttit-y tiad bc-n viitii by a
t'Jrilttrfo. WtHCh li-fl ttlt; O'ltrlOH of
ibtMni'cMir-s niiinncbd. heviT"!
of tbf st!e' biidJii't-v b-V" rn-en
fold ulreadr, and as ioi!i hsiliex
l.ihils sr- ieu:Ov-d w ,1 be torn
down. The wclu'il v k of ties' 1 o v
ing the structure on ;i ? Trii i 1
start Bhortly. In n t-w ro i'b- ail
tbt will be le!t of th - ureal Lewis
and Clark C---l-ni i A Kvpo i'ion i-
trie grand eld Poire-y building,
Lich. alwafs r-unin viv
id rfcmti'der of Un nu:iiuffs ot
Portlar d' 6 Fair.
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upon tbi pritic.ital liniucirtl
csnttrs of the Uoit'rd S:aiffl
and foreign countries thus
trir.ef'rripg mnrov oall parts
of thR civihzori worbl.
A CONSERVATIVE; gener-l busi
ness transact d in all lines of
Chicago, Oct. 14. Grasping, her
curly little dog 10 her armP, Anna
Lu'z, a 9-yf ar old Evanston girl,
was lound setting on the pilot of a
bis fruobt locomotive that pulled
into Winnelka tonight. She hed
gone to the middle of the track to
pave her pet from being killed by
the approacbiog train, aud had just
picked the animal up when tr.f
train struck ber. She was thrown
upon the pilot, and, unseen by the
men m tbe cab, was carried tjor
milts btfore bqb was found and rt-
eased uni jared from ber perilous
"1 w3ij't very fcri-(!. said An
na sfierwKrds. "At !i st I though!,
thfe train bad thrown int off ' hf
track into the road, but ben I saw
tb tru-s and houfn ging by and
fel the rattle, I knew I w riding
on. sorntt bin 2. 1 nen 1 sst Up snd
bur g on to tbt piere oi iron, and
it was lots of f.in. Bat 1 am giad
my tlogie wa1 w t burt, aud thai
I am b.ick borne."
Phi omath Items.
A toi of Mr. DrHvu of Woods
C'ek a- unhitching a t"am last
Frilav and tsfi out- ot tb trces
hrokeri tt) the wagon. When he
started to lead the team away, they
became fiighUned sunt rao over
Mary, the tleVt-n-yta- old caugbtt-r
oi Mr. Ddavil. Ttb wbefl ran over
ber arm, mashing tbe bonj abovf
th elbow, lie wegon was heavi
Iv 1 aded tnd wa? torred over
The 1 i tie girl lso ncsived cutsand
bruises on ber h-ad and nck.
Birn, Out. llih, to Mr. and Mrs.
Cbe.te- T.ir'd, d'jogb er.
Mrs. F.iok, alter "p-nding sever
al weks at S duviile, rtturmd
h 03". Friday.
Pkv. McCain made a viit to
Cr-snrli 00 buffinwo last week.
Mr-. S dpley b ts!y arrived from
Ksns-s on a visit to b-r iiaugbtr,
Mrs. H. Suiitb, who has bet-n te-
iourdy i l te j a-t week with jaun
Mr. and M?s. Haj hurst e urned
la-t rt-fk t,i th.-ir old home ii Ne-
bi-ks, a'i- r uv ;ii j r-il years m
1 i t u coo 1 t y.
Situ M ct asd wif', ar.d Mr.
81 o Mrs. David Hood spent "a, Jew
d 3 at she fir last irff 1c.
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every day. Your money exchanged
for Value and Quality is the idea.
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Domestic and Imported.
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We always keep Vegetables when
when they are tobe had.
S'tVf rl iiiai i
tog the la-t 'fv d
SanFnndsco Paper Tells of the U. or
0. Game at Berkeley Last Week.
In its account of the o to o foot
ball game between tha U. of O. and
University of California teams at
Berkeley last week, the San Fran
cisco Call says:
"The Califoraia ' and University
of Oregon football teams played a
tie game on the Berkeley gridiron
yesterda?. The score should have
been two touchdowns strong in fa
vor of the home eleven, but an off
side play spoiled one chance and a
fumble the other. The visitors
came close to scoring a field goal
and winning the contest four min
utes before the end of the last half.
California got the ball to within
15 yards" of the Oregon line, 10
minutes after the start and then
lost it on downs. Shortly after
ward the Blue and Gold players car
ried the pigsiSm to within ten yards
of their opponent's goal, but were
sat back five yards for an offside
play. A few minutes later the ball
.was agaiu but six yards from a
touchdown and was fumbled for a
loss that could not be made up.
Oregon then managed tokick down
the field N out of the danger zone
Sious Citv, Ia., Oj1. 15. Whib
driving In a hack fom a hotel to a
railway ttttton nere today, IL. 11.
Darrow. aged 60, shot and killed
his son's wife, Lillhn Darrow, sgtd
25, and then ehct and killed him
self. The backdtiver, immediately up
on hearing the first shot, without
stopping to Investigate, started for
the poiice station. When the po
lice siation was reached, both occu
pants of the carriage, sittiog up
right on opposi'.e gents, were found
to be dead.
The canse of the tragedy is not
known. E. H. Darrow and the
woman came to the Arcade Hotel
in the city on October lo, register
ing as "E. H. Dirrow and wife."
This afternoon they started for the
railway station, ostensibly to take
a train for Sioux Falls, the home
of Mr. Darrow's son.
The murdered woman was form
erly Miss Lillian Morrison, a school
teacher. I lve years ago she was
married to W. E. Darrow and they
removed to Bellefouiche. S. D.
It tters were found in the woman's
purse, unsigned, out apparently
from ber husband, saying the wri
ter was dying of a broken heart.
Portland, Oct, 16. Oregonian:
It haidly seema possible, but never
theless it is true, that the Lewis
end Clark Exposition is over. It
barldy seems possible that never
again will the Dream City be filled
with the thousands of appreciative
Early this morning the work of
annihilation will begin when a
force of men will attack the band
stand on Gray Boulevard, where
tbe greatest musical o'ganizatione
of tbe country have delighted tens
of thouEands of persons. Then will
come the rustic summer houses, and
bo on until the larger buildings' are
R v. M. Elror,
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Ti s ricay.
CLiatlep F.l'e1 inw !
to '.-"nib n aVi 'a t 1 mir
Mrs. (;-. - - J-fh"-?
came ou. ro 1 he ba
.last'Thur- a .
S Walla - o i t f..r Ca'ifor
rii last .! 1 f a -' returnee and
rented a !a rn ear Ha fey. He
made a trip t I'.'.lo-i a ti on but-i-ness
Ian 'J'' e -'a
S ii- in . paid a
l'rttl..;i a h last
!r..ru A 1st a
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