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THE MOHXING OREGOXTAX, WEDM3SDAT, NOVEMBER 2.7, 1914.
LAST WORKOUT OF
ARTHUR LUTZ, THE OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FHENOM,
JJOUTLNG THE LEATHER 50 YARDS.
Oregon Boys Go Through
Stunts to Great Satisfac
tion of Coach.
SQUAD WILL LEAVE TODAY
Even Cripples Bigbee, Cornell and
Malarkey Will Accompany Team
to See Thanksgiving Day Game
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eugene,
Nov. 24. (Special.) Coach Bezdek, As
sistant Coaches Hayward, Dallenbach
and Mitchell, with the Oregon varsity
squad today Jumped, sprinted and
tore through the last set of signal drills
to take place on Kincaid Field during
the year of 1914.
The afternoon's workout was In a
large measure satisfactory, and with
the "go In" order, 25 husky collegians
trotted to the gymnasium and cele
brated the final practice with much
display of pep, as steaming showers re
moved the last bit of mud and grime
to find Its way Into the "varsity-room"
"I like to hear them singing." re
marked the little commander, "for when
they do I know that their spirits are
up and the old pepper Is there."
Popular Airs Rendered.
Below, in the locker-room, all popu
lar airs rended tne atmosphere with
a strong volume of discord and barber
Oregon teams of former years have
looked toward the Thanksgiving en
gagement against the Multnomah men
with but little enthusiasm, for defeat
seemed always a safe bet and the "no
chance feeling" prevailed. This even
ttic mwAVfr jl rhAncre is RTinarcnt and
' there is not a member of the squad who
believes that the lemon-yellow team is
to be humbled again.
Sharp at quarter looks better each
&a.y, and with Cornell teaching him the
"tricks of the trade he should be
more finished product when he takes
the field against his former club mates.
"Scrapping" Jim Cossman, stationed
at center, is a find. Cossman is a
' Junior in college who plugged away on
the "scrubs" during his three years of
apprenticeship. When Risley was
stricken with the mumps Cossman
filled the vacancy and "came through'
against the Stewart contingent in
Team in Good Condition.
With the possible exception of Phil
bin, who Is recuperating from a pair
of sprained ankles, the team 1s In good
Accompanied by the entire coaching
staff, the 23 men taking the trip will
leave Eugene at 7 :30 o'clock tomorrow
morning on the Oregon Electric, and
will be quartered at the Multnomah
Hotel upon their arrival In Portland.
The afternoon will be devoted to- light
signal practice on the Multnomah Club
gridiron. The men traveling are as fol
lows: Weist, Beckett, Snyder. Cossman.
Cook, Phllbln, Cornwall, Cawley. Sharp,
Huntington, Crowell, Bryant, Parsons,
Mitchell. Garrett, MonteiUi, Bartlett,
Callison, Teggart, Hendricks, Powrie.
The cripples Bigbee, Cornell and Ma
larkey also will accompany the team.
GAME RECEIPTS DISAPPOIXT
Financial Hope, Centered In Contest
"With Oregon, Xot Realized.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL. COLLEGE.
Corvallis, Nov. 24. (Special.) Last
Saturday's football game between the
University and the local Institution was
not the success financially that the
rival managers had anticipated. This
announcement came as a surprise, as
estimates of the gate receipts were
Ben Culver, student member of the
O. A. C. athletic board, said:
"The actual number of paid admis
sions was 5494. The amount of money
received was $6407.50 According to
the agreement with Oregon, half of
the gross receipts go to Eugene. This
will be $3203.75. O. A. C. will receive
a similar amount, but Is out a large
sum spent in preparing the grounds.
We had been counting on the Oregon
game for a large amount of our funds
for the year, and we will have to fig
ure pretty closely the rest of the year
to make ends meet."
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AGGIES GO 10 G1E
Players on Way to Tacoma to
FAST PLAYS EXPECTED
MAGEE MAY BE FED MANAGER
Brooklyn to Get Cardinal Star, Says
Friend In St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 24. Lee Maeee. the
St. Louis Nationals' infielder; will sign
to manage the Brooklyn Federals next
This statement was made here tO'
right by Dr. Ralph Nledringhaus.
Magee's ten-day notice of his reslar.
nation from the St. Louis club will ex
pire Saturday. Dr. Nledringhaus said
he was positive that his prediction
would be fulfilled.
President Britton, of the St. Louis
club, said today that If Magee thinks
so little of his moral obligations as to
jump the team, no effort will be made
to stop mm.
CHICAGO. Nov. 23. That In addition
to Lee Magee. of the St. Louis Nation
als, vthe Brooklyn Federals emert tn
land Arthur Shafer. of the New York
ivauonais, was asserted here today by
uu.nt vveeenman, president of the
Chicago Federal League club. '
Idaho Ready, for Whitman Gams.
UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO. Moscow.
Nov. 24. (Special.) The entire Idaho
squad is working hard for the final
game of the season with Whitman on
Thanksgiving at Walla Walla. So far,
Idaho has not scored against a con-
lerence team ana was defeated by Ore
gon, O. A. C. and Washington State
College, so that unless the team wins
the Whitman game, 6he will have a
clean record of defeats. ProsDects in
bright for the Thanksgiving Day mix
ana laano conorts are busy figuring
out the Idaho margin, as they are con
fident of winning the Turkey day fight.
Jefferson to Face Eugene Thursday.
EUGENE. Or., Nov. .24 (Special.)
Eugene high school, will seek to wipe
out two years of defeat at the hands
of Jefferson High School in the annual
game on the Jtincaid gridiron Thanks
giving afternoon. Last year Jeffersoji
returned with a 7 to 0 score. The
Eugene team will rely on open plays.
. Eugene has two teams, one virtually
as well drilled as the other, and John
ston expects to hurl new men against
the Portland squad as rapidly as any
show signs of fatigue.
Denver Club Gets Pitcher.
MUSCATINE,. Ia.. Nov. 24. Cliff Lee.
catcher for the Muscatine club of the
Central Association, today was sold to
the Denver Western League club.
Left to Right "Darkkone" Newman,
"Dd" Klnsr and Bu1t" Grace. New
man and Or Oct Are Local Interschol
astic Stars and Freshmen at the Col
lege, While Kins: Ia the Veteran
Player of the Squad. "Bullet" Lutx
Getting; the Ball. Away.
Art Lutz 'Fears Speedy Southerners
and Is Interested In Attempts to
Make Forward Passes In
- Battle Thursday.
Twenty-three Oregon Agricultural
College football warriors and Assistant
Coach R. M. Pavey accompanied Coach
Stewart on his way to Tacoma. where
the Aggies will meet the University of
Southern California on Thanksgiving
day. The squad went out on Mult
nomah Field yesterday afternoon for a
light workout and to pose for motion
- All the "pep" necessary was ex
hibited by the Corvallis team and all
are looking forward to a hard game
against tho Californians. In speaking
about the "class" of the Invaders, Art
Lut;, star backfield man of the locals,
who captained the Pomona eleven In
the Southern California Conference,
"All of the teams of the South ap
pear to be faster than the elevens of
the Northwest and more time is de
voted to open and trick plays. Little
lino plunging is indulged In until with
in 18 or 20 yards of the goal. Long far-
forward passes are more evident there
than here, and long runs are not in
Passes Fail bat Seldom.
"Just to show you how they execute
forward passes with such ease and
get away with it Pomona College made
26. completed aerial flights in as many
attempts and not one was good for less
thn ten yards. Ten-second men are
used to build up an aggregation
rather than weight, and quite often the
heaviest man is under 180, or an aver
age of 165.
"The University of Southern Cali
fornia did away with American foot
ball three' years ago and took on
Rugby, but this year it went back to
the good old game. The players are
fast and are able to sidestep quickly.
nor this reason It will be rather diffi
cult for our tacklers to get a good hold
on the man with the ball.
One member of the visiting squad
we are going .'to watch is Fred W.
Kelly, the great hurdler. 'Nothing
doing" in the ,&-'eiicting line as to the
outcome or the contest Thursday."
Parsons Loses Rating.
Johnny Parsons, the famous can tain
of the University of Oregon football
team, is not listed in the all-star
eleven picked by Dr. E. J. Stewart,
head coach of the Oregon Aggies.
Parsons was an easy all-Northwest
selection after the 1913 campaign, but
this season, according to many fol
lowers, the lemon and yellow represen
tative was not able to Bhow his speed.
is position is given to Lutz of
Oregon Agricultural College and the
otner nan is held by Miller of the
University of Washington on the con
tingent picked by the Corvallis In
structor. At quarter Hoover, of Whit
man, ,1s placed and "Peck" Huntley, of
the Aggies, and Tyrer, of the Wash
ington State College, look the best at
Laythe Called Beat Tackle.
To Laythe, of Corvallis, and Ander
son, of the Dobie machine, are pre
sented tne tacKies, while Uronlger, of
Idaho, is switched to guard. The other
sentinel Is doubtful and along with the
pivot position Dr. Stewart refused to
make a selection before - the games
Following are the members of the
Corvallis party which left last night
tor Tacoma: Brooks, Schuster. Laythe.
fete Anderson, Hoerline, "Dad" King,
seipn, Watson, w. O. iting, Miller.-Cap-
tain iiorer, x eager, Dewey, Smyth,
Brewer Billie, Huntley. Abraham.
Albert Anderson, "Rusty" Groce, "Dark-
horse" Newman. "Bullet" Lutz. All-
worth, Moore, Dr. E. J. Stewart and
it. M. Pavey.
The team will hold a secret practice
in the Tacoma Stadium this afternoon.
WATER POLO SERIES TO BEGIN
was beaten at Winlock Saturday night
by the Winlock town team by a score
of 60 to 12. A slippery floor was large
ly responsible for the one-sided score.
WASHINGTON CAPTAIN" picked
"Spud" Xormandin Will Lead Foot
ball Team for 1915 Season.
Frank "Spud" . Normandin, star
quarter back of the Washington Hish
School football team, has been elected
captain for the 1915 season. At the
meeting of the 17 letter men yester
day after school, Normandin was chosen
to succeed Captain Ozbun Walker, the
all-star guard for two years.
The newly-elected leader has been
with Coach Earl and his squad for
the past two campaigns and, during
the 1913 schedule, he was placed on the
line. Early in the present year,
Coach Earl felt the need of a good
quarterback and as a result Normandin
was switched to the backfield.
The other schools of the Portland
Interscholastic League will select thair
1915 leaders next week.
WHITMAN READY FOR GAME
Utter and Clancy Likely to Play
Against Idaho Thanksgiving.
WHITMAN COLLEGE, Walla Walla,
Wash.. Nov. 24. (Special.) With, the
Whitman football squad in good shape
everything 4s in readiness for the
game with the University of Idaho
here on Thanksgiving day. Utter, the
big Whitman tackle, who has been laid
up with a bad knee Tor the past ween,
appeared on the gridiron again today,
and Coach Hahn thinks he will be in
shape to start the Turkey day game.
Clancy, the other cripple. Is working
regularly at his position at leftend.
Coach Hahn is giving nis men no
heavy scrimmage. Coach Hahn has
been trying to pound speed and fight
Into his men. The result is evident,
and local enthusiasts are - predicting
one of the fastest games of the season.
BAKER FACES HARDEST GAME
Championship Claim to Be Made If
Walla Walla Is Defeated.
BAKER. Or.. Nov. 24. (Special.)
Baker High School faces its hardest
game of the season Thanksgiving day
when the Walla Walla elevsn will come
here from Walla Wall- Baker has not
been defeated this year and has met
and defeated all the teams in this dis
trict, including Boise. Nam pa. La
Grande, Pendleton, Prairie City and
Union. . Walla Walla, too, has had a
successful season, having lost but one
game this year, that to The Dalles
Friday, with a score of 2? to 14.
Baker High School will put up a
claim to Pacific Northwest honors in
the event that a better score is made
by the locals against Walla Walla than
was made by The Dalles.
Pacific University to Play Quakers.
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY. Forest Grove,
Or., Nov. 24. (Special.) Pacific Uni
versity closes its football season od
Thanksgiving day, when she meets the
Quakers from Newberg. This le the
seconH game this year with Pacific
College, and If won will give Pacific
University a clear title to the non-con
ference championship of Oregon. The
game with the Newberg eleven earlier
in the season resulted in a Zl-to-0 score
in favor of the University, but the
game on the local field on Turkey day
promises to be a much closer affair.
Winged "M" Team to Face Amateur
The first game of a series of water
polo contests will be played tomorrow
night in the Multnomah Club tank be
tween the Winged "M" team and the
Portland Amateur Swimming Associa
Two new men are slated to make
their appearance with the club team
E. W. Wroscham probably will play
guard opposite Jimmy Burke and Ed
Leslie forward. Preble, Spamer, Lind-
strom, Morrison, Holt and Morris also
will represent Multnomah.
.Frank Creasey. the "wild English
man." will lead Howard, Cope, Perry,
P. McDonald and McHale against the
club for the Portland Amateur Swim
ming Association. The latter team has
been doing a lot of practicing for the
Sunday School Team Beaten.
CENTRALIA. Wash., Nov. 24 (Spe
cial.) A picked team from the Cen
Sounding the Sport Reveille
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WINGED ill READY
Warriors Out for Final Prac
tice for Game Tomorrow.
He tips the beams at 205 pounds.
The official statistics of the Oregon
squad are as follows
PLAN FOR BATTLE LAID
ANNT SHEA Is slated to manage
the Spokane club. In the North
western League, next year. Spokane
newspapers say Mike Lynch, Willis
Butler and Willie Hogan are doomed to
walk the plank.
Bill Rodgers likely will be awfully
peeved when he learns that Ivan Olson
has been traded by the Cleveland Naps
to Cincinnati. Bill ought to have easy
sailing for that second-sack job now.
Chicago coaches claimed that offi
cials were wrong in allowing Illinois'
first touchdown In their recent clash
at Urbane. The claim was that Clark
was down before he threw the ball to
Pogue for the first Illinois touchdown.
Enter the movies. A motion-picture
operator was on the Job and when the
films were shown at an Urbana theater
they showed that Clark was not on the
Fielder Jones is being mentioned as
the manager of the New York Yanks
should the Federals come into organ
Tacoma Is billing the Oregon Aggie
University of Southern California game
as a Coast championship affair. This
will be news to Pomona College, which
recently whipped the U. S. C bunch.
Gellatly. center on the University of
Washington lootDall team, wears No.
14 shoes. This is the same size hat
that Gil Dobie is said to wear about
tralia Sunday school basketball league tajs time every. FalL
Strlebig,' Recently Injnred, Back at
End, While Fast Handlers of
Forward Pass Relied on to
Swell Home Score.
Sixteen men, comprising the entire
Winged "M" squad, turned out for
practice last night on Multnomah field
to. whip themselves Into playing condi
tion for the game against the Univer
sity of Oregon squad tomorrow.
Striebig, who will be seen at end for
the clubmen, was among the players.
The clever Multnomah man, who is
numbered among the best ends the
team ever has had, Injured his shoul
der In the game with the Washington
Athletic Club, of Vancouver, recently
and It was feared for a while that he
would not get. Into the game. All
doubts vanished last night, however,
when Striebig put In an appearance at
the training table. The training table,
by the way, is proving the best induce
ment the club has made to get the play
Forward Fasa Counted On.
The Winged "M" captain said last
night that If the present good weather
continued until tomorrow he would
start Hargreave. Keck and Taylor in
the backfield, as they are light, fast
men and can work the forward pass
with lightning-like rapidity.
One feature of the Turkey-aay game
that will be welcomed by the football
fans is the reduction In prices. It has
been the custom to charge $1.50 for re
served seats. This year the-price has
been reduced to SI. Reserved seats are
selling at Spalding's, Archer & Wig
gins' and Meier & Frank's. The re
served seats will be disposed of first
and then bleacher seats will be placed
on sale to take care of the large crowd
that is expected.
The numbering system that has been
used in recent years with so much sue
cess also will be in vogue tomorrow.
The numbers In this instance will be
more firmly fastened onto the players'
backs. In the Oregon Aggie-Idaho
game ime of the numbers were torn
In such a way as to make them un
Besdelc'a Team One Today.
Coach Bezdek announced that bis
team will arrive in Portland this after
Officials for the contest have been
selected with the exception of the head
linesman. Roscoe Fawcett will referee
and Sam Dolan, of Corvallis, will um
pire. Homer Jamison, coach of the
Jefferson High, and Virgil Earl, coach
of the Washington High, have been
mentioned for linesmen.
The team that Hugh Bezdek will
bring to Portland appears to be no
chicken-aged college squad, as Cook,
Bryant, Cawley and Parsons have each
seen 23 Summers. Weist, Hungtington
and Callison are 22 years old. Dave
Philbin, the ex-Columbia University
center, of Portland, is the heaviest
member of Bezdek's team. Philbin was
selected on the all-star interscholastic
quad last season after his great show
lag. at center fer ttie FeaiasuU school.
Name. Age. Wt Ht. Home.
Wetst. 1. e -jri lo 5-8 Lit. Kock. Ark.
Beckett, 1. e. .. 21 1M U-l Portland
Snyder. 1. K '21 J2 5-10 McMlnnvIlle
Rluley. c 20 175 0-11 Oregon City
Cook. r. k 2:1 10.1 0-1 Coeur 'd Alene
Philbin. r. t. .. 20 205 0- Portland
Cornwall, r. e. .21 ISO 5-10 Seattle
Huntlnicton. h. 22 175 5- 8 The Dalles
L. BlKbee. 1. n. 21 170 5-11 Albany
Bryant, f. b. .. 175 6 Clatakanle
Parsons, r. h. . .23 105 5-0 Portland
Crowell. h 20 171 6-10 Albany
Garrett, e 23 168 O- 1 Eugene
Mitchell, e .2-1 173 5-11 San Francisco
Cossman. c. ... 18 103 0- 2 Eugene
Powrie. t 20 170 1 Drain
Montelth. h 18 171 6-11 Albany
Cawley. ; 23 IS 6- Wllllamsport.Pa.
Callison. s. .. ..22 178 f-ll Eugene
Sharp, q ..20 153 5- 8 Seattle
FREDDIE WELSH IS VICTOR
Champion Proves Strong to Finish
' After Flooring Opponent.
BOSTON, Nov. 24. Freddie Welsh.
lightweight champion, defeated Frwl
Yelle, of Taunton, tonight in a 12-round
bout. The Taunton boy had a slight
lead on the champion in the second anl
sixth rounds, but after the seventh the
result was not In .doubt.
Twice In the eighth Yelle was floored
by rights to the Jaw for the count of
eight. Although Yelle continued to ex
change blows during the later rounds.
he never recovered effectiveness, while
Welsh was strong to the finish.
John Stull, of Salem, Is at the Sew
H. W. Rothwell. of Flavel, Is at the
Walter Eaton, cf Corvallis, Is at tha
Dr. R.' O. Payne, of Ontario, is at the
Alex Stracham, of Dufur, Or., is at
E. H. Joseph, of Astoria, is at the
J. C. Kubias, of Redlands, CaL. Is at
Harold Watson, of Durfur. Or. la at
H. L. Gill, of Woodburn, is registered
at the Eaton.
J. P. Jackson, of Salem, is registered
at the Oregon.
W. R. Cole, of Sheridan. Or., is at
H. a Zerby, of "Woodland. Wash., It
at the Nortonia,
G. Youngstrom, oT Woodland, Wash.,
Is at the Oregon.
P. E. Fredeg, of Grays River, Wash.,
is at the Carlton.
Mrs. H. A. Bell, of Bridal Veil. Or.
Is at the Nortonia.
C. HL Daniels, of Seattle, is a guest
of the Multnomah.
J. Simonson, of The Dalles, is regis
tered at the Eaton.
G. Martin, of St. Paul, Or. is regis
tered at the Perkine.
S. M. Bullis, a merchant of Medford,
Is at the Multnomah.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Thompson are
guests of the Nortonia.
C. H. Judson. a Seattle telephone offi
cial, is at the Imperial.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Horn, of Ontario,
Or., are at the Imperial.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Drake, of Den
ver, are at the Cornelius.
H. X. Dreisbach. of the Salem States
man, is at the Nortonia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hitch, of Hobson,
Mont, are at the Carlton.
L. W. Carson and family, of Garfield,
Wash., are at the Perkins.
D. A. Millsap, of Iebanon. Or. is
registered at the Cornelius.
John E. Creason is a guest of the
Oregon, from Myrtle Creek.
O. B. Kent, an attorney of Washing
ton, X. C, is at the Seward.
J. Alfred Ledene, of Junction City.
Or., is registered at the Cornelius.
Ross W. Smith, geteral manager of
the Dollar Steamship Company, of San
Francisco, is at the Imperial.
L. F. Gerdetz. an Insurance man of
San Francisco, is at the Multnomah.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fenlar, of Yacolt.
Wash, are registered at the Oregon.
Ex-Mayor Davis Wilcox, of Haynes.
Or., and Mrs. Wilcox, are at the Sew
George A. Nelson, an Astoria busi
ness man, and Mrs. Nelson are at the
W. E. Newcombe, manager of the
Western Union Telegraph Company at
Ashland and the chief booster for the
Southern Oregon city, is in the city.
He Is being urged by the Democratic
leaders of Ashland for appointment
CHICAGO, Nov! 24. (Special.) The
following from Portland, Or., are reg
istered at Chicago hotels: Congress,
Miss G. Wasserman; Great Northern,
K. H. Kitts.
cut from $90 to t7& a month, although
City Attorney Schuebel recommended
even more drastic reductions.
Several Councllmen suggested that all
the work of the ortice of City Recorder
be given to Miss Dolly Pratt, now
CITY SALARIES SLASHED
Oregon City Budget Touches Every
OREGON CITY. Or.. Nov. 24. (Spe
cial.) A budget which will bring the
expenses of the city well within its in
come, but which will cut the salary of
almost every municipal employe and
eliminate one omce altogether, was pre
pared at a meeting of the Council last
night. The estimates will be submitted
to the taxpayers at a meeting next
The most decided cut was the aboli
tion of the office of City Engineer. The
city instead will employ an engineer
as he is needed. The office may be con
tinued until certain street improve
ments are completed.
The Council has decided to begin no
new street work. Such duties as the
Issuing of building permits and the in
spection of electrical wiring probably
will be left to committees from the
The police department, next to the
office of City Engineer, was the heaviest
sufTerer. The salary of the Chief of
Police would be reduced from $100 to
$75 a month, and the salary of the
patrolmen would be cut $10 a month
each. One of the men on a night beat
would be discharged. The cuts in the
police department alone total $1440.
The only cut In the street department
is that of the salary of the commis
sioner of streets from $100 to $75 a
month. At the request of Commissioner
Babcock no cuts were made in the
salary of the day laborers in the em
ploy of the city.
The salary of the City Attorney was
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