Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, November 25, 1910, Page 8, Image 8

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    TIIE MORXIXG OREGOXIAX, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1910.
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THE VICTORIOUS AND VANQUISHED FOOTBALL TEAMS -WHICH BATTLED AT BASEBALL GROUNDS
YESTERDAY. .
PEHNSY DEFEATS
COiELL 12 TO B
MULTNOMAH CLUB
i DEFEATS VARSITY
Ability to Score Touchdowns
r. - C ...Ln M n rlt M a'
Beats Ithaca Boys in
Big Game.
r Is Unable to Cope With
Lcca! Athletes.
GREAT RALLIES SAVE DAY
fTNAL SCORE IS 5 TO 0
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otrnf Men l"umHt Forward Pn
ljat After Game Open. Ladham
Grabbing; Ball and Milking
ObIt Touchdown of frame.
"TVfor a record-breaktnjr and n-
itiulas:lo bolldar crowd at the b-se
Dark Testerciay afternoon. the
Cusky arl-llon warrior representing
r- Miitttioi-iah A::;at-ur Athletic Cluh
b.iset calculations of the wis nnn
ty defeating tr-e crack L'niverallr of
UrtEon eleven, i to 0.
I On Ior.e tou-l'.ilwn. rrad by Ted
iLudUra. una of Multnomah' speedy
eeiila. J-it one m'nute aftr the cam
a. arte 1. provej the only eort of the
Ciy and lent tii admirers of the uni
versity home la dcepeal s-loom. for
Urtf in was senera::y figured to win
a.-.d la bettlnc circle. JJ were
e;'iotJ at S 10 1 wU! the "varity
t. favurlt.
1 V.fcll tr touchdown orcd by
Multnomah was of the fluke variety.
iVauItlns; from a fun:bl by Chandler
$f a forward paaa Juat after the club
ire n had klck-d cff. opening; the imt.
Ue winged " M'" player played around
f , university tram In almost every
Vpartruent. "Thurk" Taylor. Lean
talker and "HIU" Bailey proved atar
hi the Oregon array, but tliey were
nab: to stem the tl.to against their
tV-m. and Oretron failed to overcome
- handi-ap et with the tojehdown
ored by the clubmen.
J "s-wrln- Mac-bine" Falls.
The "scoring machine" put out by
.-; on this season seemed all shot
to piece aaalnt th clubmen. The
ivaralty" team was unable to follow
pT advantages frequently rained
i.rouah the adept use of the forward
Cass, and MuitnomaVs line held Ju.'t
at the right time to pr-svent possible
f-orea by the colieffians. The clubmen
played with the ol l-t!n-.e Multnomah
(;i!rlt and never faltered when lu criti
cal positions.
It was a a-cllart !rujtr!e. and the
p ayer of both team seemed alive
o the situation a!) of the time. Mult
nomah's great defensive play. and
Oregon desecrate efforta to equal th
-nre kept the big throng of over
("09 football fans wlld'y enthusiastic
t. routhout the game.
Very few of the spectators, aside
from the rabid admirer of the club
eren. believed tiie wlneed "M" had
ft chance, but hfn Ted Ludlain
J. eked up Chandler's fumble and
dis&ed 17 yard to Oregon goal for
4 touchdown, the tide of ntlment
suddenly became quite "Multnomah
f,qa." In that one short minute, the
athletes wearing the crimson and white
became the heroes of the field and the
oii!t rooter left to Oregoa were the
students and the Eugene contingent.
Multnomah Men Kntlintte.
Mani5r Latourette and se-eral of the
"institutes on the side-lines hugged
(irb other out of sheer Joy. for i..e
:ayers realised that with the score
fn their favor, tiie Multnomah team
atould plav safe and depend upon the
Hcklng of Dudley Clark and Carl
Jvolff. These two great punters did
was expected of them, both easily
fe'itpunting Bill Main and Chuck Tay
lr. the Oreaon punters. There wa
ardly an exchange of punt which did
lt net the clubmen yardage to. spare,
e la this department and In steadi
ness, the Multnomah team excelled the
anlrerstty players, but In the tackling
(f player and the running back of
inta. Oregon easily outshone 'the
Ji'ibmen. Coach Warner's player
developed tackling to a nicety.
nJ the manner In which his men
Brought their opponents In red and
white to earth was easily a feature of
the great game.
Handicapped by the early score tal
lied by Multnon:ah. the Oregon play
er, gamely tried t- recoup the advant
lae. but try a they might, the luck
: the gam broke aga'nst them. an
fven though favored by penalty after
penalty Inflicted on the clubmen, the
Varsity team could not overcome It
opponent's lead.
; ( tubmen Win Tos.
Multnomah won the toss and elected
n kick off to Orcgou. WoIIX hooted to
Slain on Oregon a 20-yard line, and
Wat player ran th ball In 20 more
fard before being hurled to earth by
r-Kmidt, who proved one of the sclntll-tt-ig
stars for the clubmen.
The university team then lined up In
f-u;r formation and the signal waa
given for a forward pass. Taylor
candled his end of th play all right.
ut In receiving the pass. Chandler
irnbled and Ted Ludlam. who had
ftrokea through, picked up the ball
rt ran the entire 2? yards to Oregon s
a! for the ecore which decided the
ame. It waa Just one minute after the
gime started that this score was made,
aai every member of the Multnomah,
team patted young Ludlam affectlou
ately and shook hands with each other.
S-hmldt tried to kick tha goal but
failed.
Dudley Clark and Carl TVolff both
tried for field goals later In the game,
but could not negotiate.
Only once did Oregon have a chance
to boot from the f:eld. but on this oc
casion the team elected to try straight
football and the clubmen held magnifi
cently, securing tiie ball on downs.
( lark Immediately kU ked out of dan
ger and Multnomah succeeded In keep.
Ing the university players beyond the
danger xone after that.
Many Fumble Occur.
Time after time. Tavlor and Walker,
for Oregon, made yardage but Just at
the most critical periods a fumble
would occur, or Kvenden. Schmidt.
Clark or Carl Wolff would break
through the collegiate line and burl
the runner back for such a material
loss that the "IT was foried to punt,
and on such occasion Multnomah
'reaped the advantage because of the
kicking ability of Wolff and Clark.
Yesterday' victory over the I'nlver
!ty of Oregon Is the first for the
riiibmen since 1905 and the winged
"if enthusiast, are naturally highly
rlated over the performance.
Last night both team were the
guest of Multnomah Club at a ban
quet given at the Hotel Portland, and
immediately afterward the rival
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The teams lined up as follows:
SMItnoirnh. Position. Oreson.
Ludiim. liii kson. . h. K R. .Jamleson. t iner
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of l. pilmit rach- Touch'1on i.uaitm.
Ftnsl -"f Muitnornau a. ur(on o. yi-
flrlal,- Rr.'eree Tl. N. Hckenberrr. m
f're Robert W Korl.ea r lein JU.IS- irM
irL Head llnweman Frank Templeton.
Timekeepers lan J. Kelly and Fiaok J.
Lvnerati.
wix;i:i 'M oitkicks ontuox
Tabulation Show Margin Is Small.
Varj-ltjr Flangcr Bcf.
Tabulation of the course of the ball
In yester'lay'a game reveals the raci
that Multnomah could not pain when
carrying the ball. In straight football
the clubmen gained S yards In 35
criniiiiages. whllo Oregon gained 1SS
yards In 47 scrimmages. These figures
take Into account' the occasion, on
which th teams were thrown back for
losses, Multnomah losing a total of 49
yards and Oregon it yarda
The us of the forward pas was dis
astrous to Oregon, the total gain, on
subtracting losses, being but 13 yards
In 10 attempts. Multnomah gained a
total of two yard In three attempts.
Oregoa fumbled the ball six time
for a total of S yarda. One fumble
was regained. Multnomah rumbled
twice, regaining- the ball once and los
ing two yards total as a result.
Multnomah outkicked Oret'on. In 26
kick, including klckoff. Multnomah
made 84 yards, or an average of 32.7
Tarda. Oreron kicked IS time for a
total of 653 yards, or an average of
30. yards. In returning 25 kicks Ore
gon ran the ball 143 yards, an average
of 6.7. Multnomah returned Oregon's
18 kicks a total of 77 yards, an aver
age of 4.1 yards. Oregon's gain by
punts, subtracting the returns, was 476
yards, or an average of 26.6. Multno
mah's gain was 703 yarda, or an aver
age of 27.2.
Multnomah whs penalized four times
for a total of 3u yards; Oregon twice
for a total of 10 yards.
Oregon made yardage 11 times. Mult
nomah made yardage only twice, these
being on single runa of 20 and 14
yards.
The longest run of the game was by
Ludham. who sprinted 63 yards for a
touchdown on a fumble.
SPOKANE MIfcSF.S OXI.Y CHANCE
feeattlc Illgli School IIold Oppo
nents to 0-0 Score.
SPOKANE, Nov. 24. Spokane High
and Lincoln High, of Seattle, played a
tlo gsme today nothing to nothing.
Spokane missed a great chance to
score In the frrst quarter, when with
the ball In their possession they were
held by the Lincoln line only 18 Inches
from the goal line.
Both teama tried the forward pass
repeatedly, but many .of 'the passe
were Intercepted on account of the wet
and heavy condition of the ball.
DIAGRAM SHOWING COURSE OF BALL IN MULTNOMAH-OREGON
FOOTBALL GAME.
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WILLAMETTE IS WINNER
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY DEFEAT
ED BY SCORE OF 1C TO O.
Forest Grove Eleven Is Menacing In
First Fart of Giimc, but Salem i
Team Proves Superior.
SALEM, Or., Nov. 24. (Special.)
Although in the early Maea of the
game Pacific University puzzled Wil
lamette with clever trick plays and
gave the locals the scare of the sea
son. Willamette succeeded in pulllntr
out a 12 to 0 -score aalnxt the vi.-ltors.
When time was called at the close of
the game Willamette had the ball
within a foot of the goal, after rush
ing It down the field by long runs and
tearing through as If the Taclflc line
wan paper.
In the first quarter Pacific played
fat ball and nearly succeeded In e
rurlng a touchdown and the second
quarter also showed some tmappy
work.
Willamette secured her first touch
down in the third quarter by Mralght
football and some use of the forward
pass, Wesley being shoved over. In
the fourth quarter Willamette scored
again, Cummins being sent over by
straight, hard football. Willamette
was given a big lead for this touch
down when Booth kicked to the 40
yard line and Pacific fumbled, Willam
ette recovering.
McMeachin, certain, was In the game
for Willamette only during the last
half, replacing Rowland as right half
bark. The lineup:
Willamette. rosltlran.
Blaekweli C
R. HMU R G
Blllner LCi
MlKnlsnt - R T
TVeUey LT
alrRae R E
Low ............. .L E
Booth 3
Rowlann. MC-
McMearhln
Cummins
Rader
Fumbling and Lack of Dash Appar
ent on Part of Philadelphia
Team, but "Stonewall" at
Critical Times Big Aid.
KiaiRASKA HrtLT WOKLiyS
fctXXIRU ON HIGHEST VOOT
BAJUL SCORE.
IrwrOLN. Neb., No 24. The
Pnrrsrslty of N"hraka defeated th
HasksU Indians here today, 119 to 0.
This Is tha world's record since the
same has been reduced to 60 min
utes. The Oregon Tclverslty former
ly held the record with a score of
114.
Nebraska carried th ball for a
total of 1160 yards, while Haskell
waa able to jpUn only -43 yards. The
forward pass was used to good ad
vantage by the Comhuskers. The
play was used eleven times for a
total gain of 285 yards. Th In
dians made only two first downs. ,
while their opponents accomplished
th trick 49 times.
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Dumea. neld Jul. Fierce, tea a iinei-
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WHITMAN COLLEGE LOSES, 8-0
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Washington State , College Takes
Thanksgiving Day Game-.
WALLA WALLA. Wash.. Nov. 24.
(Special.) Whitman College today lost
to Washing-ton State College by the
score of 8 to 9.
Whitman played a irond game, but a
forward pass, with a 45-yard run by
Buck, scored a touchdown for Pull
man in the third quarter, and Gil-
breath's toe was responsible for three
more points from placement in the
last period, kicking from the 10-yard
line.
Whitman' played the better hall in
the first half, but In the last half
weakened. Outweighed 15 pounds to
the man, the local collegians tired be
fore the onslaughts of the heavier men
and were "down and out" toward the
last of the taint.
The contest was remarkably clean
and free from wrangles.
The crowd numbered about 1J10. and
the dsv, while cool and cloudy, was
Ideal for football. Whitman was on
the abort end of the bettlnar clear
through, although at the end of the
first half her chances looked good.
Whitman made more yardaae. out
punted and at times outplayed the vis
itors, but could not deliver the goods
at critical moments.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 24. In a hard
and fast game in which there was a mix
ture pf good and bad playing, the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania football team
defeated Cornell on the Franklin field
today, 12 to 6. The Quakers' score was
made on two touchdowns and goals, and
Cornell's on two goals from placement by
Quarterback Butler.
Despite the fact that Pennsylvania
won, the score was a disappointment to
the followers of the Philadelphia eleven
The red and blue team at times lacked
the dash shown In several games this
season and this was added to by fumb
ling.
Cornell Plays Dashing Game.
On the other hand, Cornell played a
more dashing game than was expected.
Her Interference td help the runner with
the- ball was at times almost perfect. On
several occasions it looked as if the
Ithaca men would succeed in carrying
the bull across the goal line for touch
downs, but the Pennsylvania rallied
when things looked dangerous and held
the big red team from New York State
reDeatedly. Then Cornell would resort
to a goal from placement, but It suc
ceeded onlv twice In the five or six
times It was tried.
Except for a wing shift' tried by Cor
nell, the game brought out no new foot
ball features. The forward pass failed
almost as often as It gained. Cornell be
ing more successful with this play than
Pennsylvanla.
Pennsvlvania won the tosei and took
the klckoff. Pennsylvania got the ball
on Cornell's 30-yard line and by dash
ing play through the line and a forward,
nass took the ball to Cornell's three-
vard line, where it was fumbled and Cor
nell got it. Cornell immediately punted
to her own 35-yard line. After one play
Mercer took the ball around Cornell's
right and ran 30 yards for a touchdown.
Ramsdell kicked goal.
The play during the remainder of the
period was In Pennsylvania territory the
ball was on Pennsylvania s 15-yara line
In Cornell's possession when the period
ended. Score-Pennsylvania 6; Cornell o.
When the second period began, Butler,
who had failed in two attempts for a
goal, tried again and succeeded In a.
pretty kick from placement on the 25-
jard line.
Fine Punting Duel Seen.
Neither team was able to make much
of an impression on the opponent's line
for touchdown. It wa. a line punting
duel between Soott and Butler and Gass.
who relieved Butler.
A feature of this duel was the run
ning back of a punt by Gass for JO-yarda
and a 25-yard dash by Ram6dell to Cor
nell's 37-yard line.. Hough, who took
Scott's- place in three dashes, took the
ball to the 70-yard line and then Som
mer. on a delayed pass, made a touch
down. Ramsdell kicked goal. In the
third period Cornell Intercepted a for
ward pass and on the next line-up,
Nichols for Cornell took the ball around
rcnnsvlvanla'n right end to Pennsyl
vania's 43-yard line, where Butler kicked
a goal from placement at a difficult
angle. Tho score: Pennsylvania 12; Cor
nell 6. '
Both teams played hard and fast, Cor
nell got the hall on a poor forward pass.
A forward pass gained 25-yarde and a
fumbled punt enabled Cornell to keep
the ball t-n Pennsylvania's 2i-yard line.
Butler here narrowly missed another field
goal. k
Pennsvlvania then got the ball and
worked "it to Cornell's IS-yard line where
the period ended. -ore end -third period:
Pennsylvania 12; Cornell 6.
With the ball on Cornell's IS-yard line
at the beginning of the fourth period.
Penrerylvanla tried a forward pass and
Cornell got the ball on a fumble and
punted to mirineld. !
Getting the hall after sn exchange of
punts Pennsylvania rushed It for phort
gaini around Cornell s ends and a for
ward pass netting ji-yaruti .n
en Cornell's rven-yard line, where Penn
sylvania lost five yards. Ramsdell then
fiiltrd at a goal from placement. Cor
nell punted to midtield.
The game ended with the ball In Cor
nell's possession on her own 42-yard
line. Final score: Pennsylvania 12; Cor
nell 6.
The lineup:
Pennsylvania Position J7"""1
M ,rU. 1. K K- Trick. Teasle
nortiers" L. T. ..Monk, Champaign
Wolfert" Patterson. I.O O'RourlU
t-rtrenm J vvn,T'
c-ramer Delano
Morris. PMIon R T . . .
jourdet. Kaufmann.R E . ..Seagrave. Pitcher
ricott. Hough. Thayer .,. u...
Keoih Q B Puller. Ba?s
Ramsdell L H.Robb O'l onnor. R.
rommers. Kennedy. R H. . . .'. . Nichols, Batter
Mercer. Toung K B Wilson
Score, rennnyivahla 12. Cornell : touch
downs M'rr. (-ommers: goals from touch
ion.' Ramsdell I2i: Eo" from placement,
Bu'ler 2i' referee. J. H. Pendleton, Bow
doin; umpire. Joseph H.. Sharp: field judge.
v S I angford Trinity: head linesman.
J.' '.' McCarthy.' Jr.. Germantown ; time
li minute periods.
WHITES OVTAVIT REDSKIXS
Broun Defeats Carlisle by 15 to 6;
Trick Plajs Many.
PP.OVIDBNCE. R. 1.. Nov. 24-Brown
defeated Carlisle today In the final foot
ball Same of Uie season for both teams.
The score wis 15 to 6.
In the early part of the first period.
(Concluded on l ag 9.) .
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