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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1915)
DETAIL PLAY SHOWS
EDGE WITH OREGON
Consistent Gains Made Against
Multnomah Mostly by
. Straight Football.
CLUB SCORES 01 SAFETY
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f-r fi'.t lima ftl'irin I'a rf.ma.
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ttr.a mora. aatiOJ l"l a clut Iba
f rit tiaira
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fta b:t aa-l a r-u.re ka !
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tm a tint l" tfia pro.. ..ion mt
.it.. a ti-T.'. pnl' ac.tn.i th.
'iiinomaB a'M.t. for balJin i;o'l
lT.ilro.5k lrta-1 a, l.'l ar.i4 t'iyr
ma la fo.if TM. kit n.tl I ma 4a t lit
b.l i ; ml j. Jlaiark.T a4
l intint't m. 1. fj'ir )ai-d atia-a.
.) r.rtc.Ih fallow. wi'H I o
IS.a lli4!intot IHfa. liti
f-iMr. an! ii bi. imi"i l maka rd
. Mintinttol f jtnM4. but raor.4
In lima l t t th. ru p( tAa 1 -J.-l
M-.fitl m..a tarl. but Or.eil
f.la. at a farwaf p. Aftn'h.r fr.
w.i4 paa t a .te.-npta.! kat &e'btn
ran a of it. a. f i-l t fitl p ar. !!.
w.a ait hc. Mend.tlt punt.!
. ; vf. 4 -. Ut'l, r- r.l.rtia. lb
h.ll f' tfl In t.ma to l4 Iba a
pa l a,J.-t" an. fir.l b.If j i'h Iba
.-nra .l.'l pa'htn.T to ne'Hintr Alt tba
plftylrtl ha I b.rn 4.ia tf tf'loa fr
m ri.11 r. t it'l'k I"1 . halt.
rafc ara. kp kal.tr.
T.r. a,,.'.r- T.a .nlT pi' waa
lr la Mi;tBomat rtR'at.4r AIM.Its
lit rra. a. a rr.ull a a.f.lr
h('r. loot. t ki a.d off. tha b l i: ATTI.K. Wib, No. ..-i.llmr.ri
roCin aar tn axai I na. Ilunttnc fkobi.. ttho for rlahl yrar baa
tart p.ckad II op and atari, i to r-in. CCarhrd t'nitrrttlr of Vahlnton fool
but aoma an of hi. t.ammalra j.Uad p.n tam. announced aflar today'
t him la ! back of tma and ln.gl,m wfh lha t nttrraity of Colorado
a'.ad f oin atraia-M ahaad litiin.i ba bal bandad bt rralsaallon to
lunad around and 4.r4 a-rea th ' lt1. nMntrt manarmnL
j. at . no. Thla lilt a a- raal 'r.so.j .b;a 4-Unc4 to rliaru.a Ma plant
tar pom'aanl r" f'1 "'r'",furlhar and would not rnmmrnt on th
:.rrd Ima In p,..ion of Ih i:u-r.rrl ir.l h bad offrr.d Ma aarrlrr
..a bo-a. lo ih. t nltrr.ity of lar-on.ln, Imrlnc
if.f Mne.ia h.l air4 I o yard. Ih. ,iChi y.ara txM ba bran nr
II mtinlM w . thrown for a lo. of I a.hlr.Bf n ha. pot l"rt a arama
Von'i.th punt. 4 yari.l
a da n'f fa i'l Mil. fo
p-.raria . yard, and ttrd
far."", and liihro.! i-ia4a yarlaaa
'ar.ona and l iihro.! i-ia4a t'l i
I.Mt lltrn. I'tiilbroot romflilitl a I
r..rd r f'o-t l" ""!
.d on yard. ! ma la a ard.
ite t an-.r an. I in.r. f:a.'r r
l-l.--i r-Tdr for rain. I'tri'iti.
m.d. two tarda, than ard fol
..( by th-aa yard, anl ona yard
mad' b 4- W i'
t..n lrmittc a'lam-..4 a ptavo kl.-k
t-a ltl I'no but It at
M...-k.-l br Mi'tlftl'na and r-otr.d
rr J tit Fl krll tfinf.tt look lb
r..;l I yard, ai-oual ri-M mi anl
II itjti.irf io3 ali'vl 1 fwa. iliB'.il-
SCKNES ATTENDANT I' PON DEFEAT OF MULTNOMAH FOOTBALL
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rra-Ja tftraa mora bu lljtltltitlotl
to; t. l tor no sain. Motitiairi lo. I
a4 aM t Iba rlar l' 1 1 nt ton look
inn '4l ti4. o( an Injury to tit
faal krlarM. b Paraaaa.
Mnnli.lh ti4pl4 Z )rJ and John
ar I'ar.on. r.iurr.4 tha rffort ntna
tarki. I'.raon. f. lrl la bur, lha Una
f.r a sain, btl da Will manil to
..i4ta ! Ihr.a )i'l'' Afl.r IMa
ri. punta-l Zl tarda out of bound, Tba
btl) tat bruusM In tarda and on
trxr fir. I play Midirlh loal a jrard.
Munlmslon md tbrro yard, but
whro tticb. riH-rtrcI tha ball b (urn
b.l it and V..nt i.t k .ill .ricoo br
.?Rti.tri ptinir.J to fionatd.on. t ho
ran t(M ar.l and torn fumbltd II
io'.nair tiark.lt ruab.d dottn lb firid
and p.fkrd tip til ball, bul did not
h.ia an opportMniiy lo I attajr b
for. h ta. 4'n.t. "It ttaa t..a
turintnar p..tnt for ron. lor oon
af'-r a to-irhdot n ttaa rrcordrd.
tia;ba mad. tr.o ar-ia and Hunt
Intl... took lha ba.l. but '3.1 m rard
'th. nuarlrr rr.d.d tttth th atrora 2 t
in faior of M'lltnotn.h Club and tb
bail In irfnn a XMM.iun on Wuil.
tiui'uh t I ard lira.
laallaalaa klarl. I.alalaar.
ruri nuari.r llunitneton took lha
ball and on Ih. fir.l PUT mado titt
tard.: r.cbaa mada jar.l.aa and pUft-.d laa t
tha wl on Xulioomaha ihl-ard
Itiarc rnadr l" ard-. Ilunt
Incion tnad ona and l"iro -Shjr" rr
r..d lb" .'n .tr fvr a loarhdon.
. m....d an -a.jr o.l kick, and tna
,-..r. ,i.-l nrrioi . Multnomah ..
vo.m kik.d off. Monti.th rrturr.ad
Ik. ball fir. .rd n th. f f ';
Mont.-lh mad. at " C.oL..h
mad- no n. Thia rau.ad M-.niicth
, p .nl it tarda l-r and I ."
fa. i.4 to k-i - '"TVor .P.V;
lvr t0 Mi.rooh. tta. o4 for aiahl
tard P Will a burl on lha l-lajr.
ratbrr far4 I- , 'f'' J
It f.i:4 an.l lb. ball rrt'rlc- to Ura-
... .! fal'rd.
. . . . . . t . I ia rain, bul
anl Iturltreioa tt.nt rm ' JJ
M.nt. ib .! I " "
... not anoucs and ha bad t punt.
ko,ina th. .t t..ro. I :i .' '""
and da Wit n alt.
:ti- Iba Wlt
d l lm )aioia.
I. lit Bln.
ibr mora ana i""
ao forward pa.
ttrro c.!."l. bom
f limt lo b cujfipuicJ.
W.allWf k I'a 3 lira
rv. ttr mada an on. 1.1a ll'k llh
rv,,Ua r.cot.rine lha b:i. Tha of.
f ruil. iu:. oihcrarta. bowatar. and
or.or ra'rlt.4 poa.at.ioo. Montiata
imm.di.t-lr Tarda, rlarln
lla btU oa Mu;tomah o-ard Una.
m punt.d front bhtn4 h'.a c
,. (to. and ll abaa mad. a fair calrh
out of it on tha s:-yard Hm. Th!.
Md kadork oa Iba " Blba.
for ba ai.o.4 b ia Lata to maka Ihraa
potni. a a ra.ull.
lumintoi .pp4 - an4 mad
a p:a.a klk. rnaklr Iba ' raad.
- fon .
Mullnoman . "
ki. fcrd off aa:n and afir Ih
fi.l dawn Wonii.sn pvni
dnr 41 tard. aa. Multnomah
lrt.4 a ba ' f-1"' ,hB on
aaotb.r pa. Multnomah lumbird and
Txar itt.nitJ llolullll"'l
tard Itna. 1 1 un tin loo mada Itro yard,
e.for ba r .d a forward faa. Thla
p... from Mur,tlr,tO" to Mnrh! Wk
, fr ,ix mor potoi Mllrh;l ba
tn arrwa Ka ol ' tl h.a ha
ivai.h.d tha pitT.hin om of Ih air.
Ilunttnalon ft.I'd al kirk and lha
-..ra .t.o.1 nrfn li. Multnomah 5.
.tratbitt fcukrd off. bul lha ball wot
out of bound. II irlrd II aaln. bul
Ju.l a ha boot'd II ! " call'd.
odin tha f rar.
ixmtt: HWIH IV ltlH.NTIO
Uattilnclnn loarh Itcfuaa-a lo "TM-
I'Una aa lo I ntnrr.
Western Football Reu
T Anxrlra. C
A ,,,., :t. ,h
Cat Houlharn Cali
,l Tori lotttna. Colo. Colorado A-
Cl.. Jl. Inr 1'nlT.raity J.
t Inr. CVI. I'oloradn CoIIe
folo ado t.-S..; of Minn
Al M.ratiralo. "al. acramTilo A.
C. . Natada I nitrra ty .
Al i4lii. Not. OrUhlnn fnltrr
.itr rioath takola
,l la . .oin.a traka II. Amra Z I.
Al 11 Lamia .ML Loulj t. Otwjc-
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DR. STEWART VEXED
Aggie Coach Says He Has No
Excuse for Defeat.
SECOND GAME SUGGESTED
Cortrallla I'llol Sajs Orrcon Knrm
Arre In i:ltjrnr. but He Offcpa
lo I'lajr Again on Mullnnniah
t'lrlil on iK-ct-mtxT t I .
. ORKOO.V Af.UICl. I.Ta n.M.COLI.KGE
Corrallia. .Nov. Ji. imperial.) Whrn
hot a lha "Acela alibi" tory nt out
of tuirDi, In which Mr. llayward. of
ruvrtty of Or-soif. quotra Pr.
slowarl aa havlnr; offtrrd certain x
ru for (h drfraf of ine Aire! In
ina annual conlral at Kun laal at
" ' ricttn aaia no was aur-
pri.cd and rnurti cllaapnoinlrd to think
lliat hi. old friend and co-worker for
Ih uplift of athlrtu-a In tha North
wt ahould put lino hi. mouth wcrdi
which no on rrrr hrard lilm ultrr.
II ld "Toll Hill I rrurrt much
that I mada tba mirtako of offrrlnn
my ronaraiulation to Mr. Jiri.lrk In-
trad of Mr. llayward. but I have la
mors a ix nmi.nv.vi itnomui
. Atts.it i r.T i:k.ft.
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bor4 undrr lha wrone Imprra.lon I
Ihouatht Mr. Kndrk waa lha coacti of
lie Irani and tha men who waa r-
ponaibla for the work of oraioti i
curing lha nine point.
t oaaaaral Mado mm Orraaa Knrra.
Mr. llayward sialamenc about Ih
CortalUa coach ha-j-na; lakrn pains to
rrltlri.o ir.a rousrt mork of tha Orainn
playara. wae alo not In lha calendar
of tha day's atate-mcr.te. accordlns; lo
lr Mewart. bul fr. tilewart had Ih
follow inc comment lo maka concern
lo I hi fealur whan ahoarn tha story
In Tha Or.eonian:
"I waa rathrr nml.i n my Phils.
ttona lo Mr. lUyward. I ahould havaj
......v - -. - w . v ft,.OT riirni coikii-
I on of lha Orrion player. Kxpeclally
I ho lo ba commrndr-d for bard
muarlaa. Ilaarr.enl. and bonrg In Ms
playera' knee., which ab.olutrty pre
tented dislocation or Injnrtr whrn
our piayra jarred thcea knees with
-Of taunt I waa dlaappolnted whan
Abraham neck fallrd to stand for
th battarlnr which ha endravored to
inflict upon tha knee of the Orrcon
player toward tho c!oa of the flmt
half, bul my alibi In thla particular In
unit la that Aba should not have at
tempted from hi recumbent porlnon
to hate taken thla advantage over any
of Hill's player, and I w l.'l admit that
It was In direct violation of all In
airuction r-elvd by tha All-Amerl-ran
fullback, lie w i: know better
nel time. I alway take experience
of thla kind lo teach football men
whal their neck will aland, and I am
hopina that tha Inridenl will pot bo re
peated. . a-ecoad . baacratra.
-Both Mr. Prsdek and Mr. llayward
have confidence tliat the University of
Oretinn tram can beat the AKKles all
th war from ore to four touchdowns.
The AlU't lt throuch Injuries the
aervt.ee of Yraeer. llntrr. ttlrsett and
tf. howerer. Mr. llayward and Mr.
rtdrk hat the rotirace of their con
tlciton.. why would It not be a way
out of thla diaaatiafactlon over till,
at. eared same to t.adule a contest for
Multnomah nld Saturday. December
II? I would be willlnsr to eend the
Acrlra Into thla Kama with a firm run.
vlciton that wa rould beat the I'nl
terity br t leant two touchdowns."
Onlralla AMilp t lrchalla, 20 lo 0.
rr.XTI! AIJA. Wah . Nov. tJ.iSj.e-
rial Afl.r l.wlnc lo Chehalla 1 to 7
earlier In the eeaeon. the I'entrall
Mich li'hnel team came back -.irons
tbte mornlBf and defeated Us old itval
WARRIORS AT HANDS OF UNIVERSITY OF OREGON GRIDIRON
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i5 .aw "i. jfh- se
(II "fky" llaallaalom. Orrsa. at Ka
Ireaae ltlakl. Ileeeltlaa Ike Ball
t'raaa Waallalk. 1X1 Oreaoa Backlaa
the l.lae aa Mallaoaaab'a 10-1 ard
IJae la aeewaal Qaarter. 131 -Sky"
llaallactea. of Urrfaa, Star of (be
by a score of ZO to 0. Tha local Koal
tin wae never In danger, the visitors
belnat on the defrnMve throughout tha
Alumni Ileal t;ol(Ii-ntlulc. to 0. .
t;OI-I)KN"nAlJ:. Wash. Nov. j;.
(Sl.ecial ) The ThankrRlvlnir 1T foot
ball gam was played at Uoldendale
today .on a muddy field In a drlvlnsr
rain. Tho Uoldendale JIlKh School
tram was defeated by a local team of
alumni and ex-college players. core
I'dilic Durnti, of riilllini. Weda.
SAN" FRANCISCO, Nov. IS. Eddie
rlurns. catcher for tha I'hlladelphla Na
tionals married here today Miss Viola
Vlrsinla l Tone, of Monterey, Cat
Kddie llnlllnan. of the Fait Lake Base
bail Club, was the best man.
Eastern Football Results
New York Columbia IS. Wei-
At WashlnRion. Ta. Washiiijfton and
Jefferson :7, Lehigh S.
At Lancaster. Pa. Gettysburg" 11.
r'ranklln and Marshall 8.
At Columbia. Mo. Kansas 8. Mis
At New Y'ork Villa Nova 33. Kord
At New York Rulers 7, New York
At, Worcester. Mass. Holy Cross 28,
Worcester Tech. 0.
At Richmond. Va Virginia 14. North
. Al I'lttsburg ntlsburg 10, Penn
At Philadelphia Cornell II. Pennsyl
At Providence. R. I. Brown 39. Car
lisle Indians 3.
At Cinclnns.il Miami University 24,
At Cleveland. O. Western Reserve
:. Ca.e :t
At Csrlir. Pa. Lafayette. 27. Dick
..Mt..e. ar mora w boiaaoina baked lhao
la an otber furm.
OREGON WINS, 15-2
Eugene Eleven Plays Spectac
ular Game With Multnomah.
LONG RUNS GIVE THRILLS
Cnivorsity Uncovers Trick nays
and Takes Well-Deserved Vic
tory In YVliicli Huntington
and Slontelth Are Stars..
(Continued From rirt rag'.l
passing or buckinjr with two yards to
go on the fourth down, hi attempted
Clubmen Make Freak Play.
Now. tho score at the time was 2-0
and three more points. 6-0. wouldn't
have been much more useful than the
bullous on the tail of a spike-coat. A
touchdown counts six points and a re
sultant goal kick counts another point
and one touchdown would have won
over cither a 2-0 or a 5-0 score. Fur
thermore, had the club bucked it over,
the chances are about 10-1 that Ore-
iron would never have been able to
overcome a 9-0 handicap.
Anyway, to get back to what hap
pened. Striebig- tried ti placekick Trcm
lha 1 6-yard line, and Huntington
blocked the kick. Bee! t fell on. the
ball, and from this "break" to the fin
ish there wasn't much question about
the ultimate outcome.
On the next play Monteith skirted
right end for IS yards and Huntington
followed his example with 15 or 16
yards on left end on a deceptive criss
cYose that Oregon used with great suc
cess all afternoon.
Fomble Aids Oreaoa.
With the ball now In tho center of
the field. Oregon inaugurated a punting
exchange, waiting for some break in
the crimson defense. It came after two
or three exchanges. Left End Donald
son, of Multnomah, fumbling, and Ore
gon recovering the pigskin on Multno
mah's 20-yard line.
The querter ended here, but this fum
ble gave Oregon the game. No sooner
had the onc-mlnute rc-ess ended than
Huntington began banging at the
Winged "M" line. On tho first assault,
he tore off six yards on right, and then
three off left tackle, and a moment
later, despite the herculean efforts of
the Multnomah linemen, the stocky
Oregon backfleld star percolated over
the goal line on a straight plunge off
left tackle for a touchdown.
Huntington missed goal, and the
score waa 4-2.
Oreaoa Adda Nine More.
Oregon scored Its other nine points
In the last four minutes of play. Hunt
ington kicked a field goal from the
2S-yard line, after a disputed fair
catch, counting three points, and just
at the close of the game registered a
touchdown on a fine forward pass over
the goal line, Huntington to Mitchell,
following a bobble by Multnomah on
a forward pass. Os Day was tackled
before he could get liis Jeft-handed
spiral heave off. and the ball bounded
backward out of his hand. Tegert, the
former Portland High school star, who
Is playing end for Oregon, recovered
the fumble on Multnomah'a 10-yard
line. Of course. Multnomah would not
have attempted a forward pais in this
dangerous territory had not it been
playing an uphill game, with a touch
down needed to tie the game. 9-9.
Oregon deserved to win the game,
however, and deserved victory Dy a
decisive marpln. The college lads were
outweighed 8'.j pounds to the man, ac
cording to an announcement made by
the megaphone men prior to the game,
but they seemed to make up in tight
whatever shortage waa revealed by the
Oregon Knds Tackle Fiercely.
The Oregon endo showed the same
brand of tierce tackling on tap in the
Oregon-AgKie game Saturday at Eu
gene and Bezdek's offense was the
best that an Oregon team has trotted
out within the past six or seven years.
Oregon used the four-man-back forma
tion that has come into vogue witlur.
the pact two or three seasons, anil
the direct par was relied upon ex
clusively. Bexdek rung- in criss-cross take
buck on end, with Huntington plow
ing around the opposite direction, and
it seemed to worn iiKe a cnarm. r-us-sibly
this was one of the formations
that the Eugene coach said he had ready
to use against the Aggies on dry field.
It wasn't exhibited at all at Eugene
in the mud.
Oregon likewise trotted out a trick
play that fizzled against the Aggies,
but which really entitled them to a
touchdown, or, at least, a near-touchdown,
in the first half yesterday.
Lieutenant Benedict, who refereed.
hadn't been informed of what was
coming off. and he mistook it for an
Great Trick AVasted.
Huntinsrton skirted Multnomah left
end for 20 yards on the trick, putting
the ball on Multnomah's 10 or 12-yard
line. Referee Benedict forced the var
sity to return the ball to the 30-yard
line and penalized them five yards for
In reality the play, as figured out by
Coach Bezdck. is entirely legal. Mitch
ell, on a. shift over to right end, pre
tended to believe that a punt was com
ing and moved out wide. His teammates
began scolding him, and he moved back
to his position, traveling obliquely
toward his own. goal, one man being
permitted to do this on the offense. As
he reached a point opposite the oppos
ing tackle, the ball was suddenly
snapped, and Mitchell dove into the
line, blocking Philbrook. The Oregon
backs sailed out around their own
right extremity, with only Striebig and
the secondary defense between them
and the goal line.
The referee said after the name that
Mitchell started toward the Multnomah
goal before the ball was snapped, and
it was for this he drew the five-yard
Passea Do Little Gaining.
Aside from the one forward pass that
netted Oregon its touchdown, the aeriel
missiles did little damage. Os Day com
pleted a couple in. conjunction with big
Philbrook. but several others went
astray. Day caught a couple of the
Individually. Huntington and Mon
teith were the shining lights of the vic
torious varsity. Huntington is fast de
veloping into a star of the first mag
nitude. Malarkey and Bigbee also played
consistent ball, the former featuring
with a couple of fierce tackles.
Huntington made the longest run of
the game, negotiating three or four
dashes far in excess of 20 yards. Early
in the first quarter he shot around left
end for 23 yards, placing the ball on
Multnomah's 22-yard line. After a
couple of ineffectual efforts to gain,
Huntington tried a placement, which
missed by a narrow margin.
Holden Mar In Line.
The center of the Multnomah line ap
peared to be its strongest, with Holden
the lieadllner. Time after time the for
mer Oregon guard broke through and
gummed up plays, several times spill
In? the man with the ball. Sergeant
Wells. "Dad" Convill and Lewis Mills
also did valiant service. ConvilTs
speedy work in going down the field
under punts was a revelation. The big
park expert made more tackles under
punts than any of the end men. In the
backfield there was little to . choose
from between de Witt. Parson and Os
Dav. The ex-Princeton star, de Witt,
made more yardage than either of the
other two and his punting was good.
A warm sun beamed forth auspicious
Iv just before the game, but rain be
gan falling just as the teams lined
up. Dark and gloomy skies ruled dur
ing most of the remainder of the after
noon. Following is the summary:
Donaldson . . .
.It H 11 Tegert
. .y Huntintrton
,'r II I, Montieth
L, H It Malarkey
t:..v.1.Y.!.tion.- fiiltnntnah. Tluffev for Uon-
tldnon. Donaldson for Duffy. Harter for
fonvill. Couvill for Mills. Oregon, i-nsley
fUOffk.-lafsr:" Meutenant Benedict T'1cr'eJ
Coach Matthew", of Willamette Lnlverslty,
umpire: H. It. II. rdinan. .Ir.. linesman:
Prank E Watktnj, of Multnomah Amateur
Athletic Club, and Brick" Mitchell, l.me
Ik i 'f pcrs
Scores: First quarter, none; nerond Qff
ter. none- third quarter. Multnomah Club
one nafelv; fourth quarter. Huntincton one
touchdown, one place kick: Mitchell one
touchdown, ell for Pnlvcrslty of ureson.
Iluutllieton missed both pon! kicks.
SCOKC BV QUAKTfcKS:
Multnomah " " 7. .V.i
Ur. iroii 0 0 . 0 1" 18
Time of quaruri, 1.'. minutes each.
MeiHord Wins at Asliland.
ASHLAND, Or., Nov. 2".. (Special.)
The final game in the high school foot;
ball series. Southern Oregon League,
between Ashland and Medford. played
here today, was won by Medford. Score
7 to 0. Mays, of Corvallis. referee;
Hall. Medford. umpire. A former game
between the teams resulted in a tie.
Chester Fee Names All-Star
Oreaxon I'nlverally Athlete Thinks
Leadinar .Aorlhttestern Teama Out
UNIVERSITY' OK OREGON, Kugene,
Nov. 23. (Special.) Chester A.
Fee, third best athlete of the United
States and track captain at the Uni
versity of Oregon and sporting editor
of tha ollege aper. has made out his
paper team for the 1915 season. His
all-Northwest choice 1b:
Knds Zimmctman. W. S. C. : Mitchell.
C"Tack?es B-ckett. V. of O.: Clark. W. S. C.
iulrds Smi the. .O. A. C; Laythe. O.
Center Rl-ley. IT. of O.
Quarterback Huntington. U. of O.
Fullback Doane W. S. C. M
Halfbacks Abrahams. O. A. C; Bans'.
W The0' University of "Washington is
omitted from consideration. Fee says
"Washington is avowedly outclassed
by tim leading Northwestern football
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SYRACUSE IS HELD
10 HE BY MONTANA
Westerners Outplay Crack
Eleven of East in 6-6 Game
on Missoula Field.
ORANGE OFTEN IN DANGER
Grizzlies Kepeatedly Press 1'orward
to 15-Yard Lino and Twice
Cross, but Ouce Ball Is Lost
on Fumble by Blackwcll.
MISSOULA, :tont.. Nov. 23. Only
their ability to brace inside their 15
yard line allowed the giants of Syra
cuse University football team to escape
from their game with the University
of Montana today with a score of 6 to
6. The Westerners completely out
played their rivals !n a straight rush
ing game. The Montana team, instead
of usins the expected open play,
smashed the Syracuse line for long ad
vances, gaining 231 yards from scrim
mace to 111 for Syracuse.
The same was played in a snow
storm, which at times became almost
a blizzard. The turf field was firm
and fast, but the v.inri made kicking
difficult. Vance, of Montana, missed
two field goals and a goal after touch
down, and Wil!:inscn was unable to
kick an easy goal after tne Syracuse
touchdown. The game was witnessed
by a large crowd, most of whom had
come from the remotest corners of t lie
state on a football pilgrimage.
Montana Often Threatens.
The Grizzlies twice crossed the
Orange oal, but Blackwell dropped
the ball after he had smashed past
tackle for 23 yards to a touchdown. On
five other rccasions the Montanans
crowded the ball to Syracuse's 10-yard
line, only to be held for downs. Ex
cept for a few minutes in the third
quarter, when a se-ies of long, bril
liantlv executed forward passes car
ried the Easterners from their 20-yard
line to a touchdown, the play was all
in Syracuse territory.
Montana scored in the second quarter
when Quarterback Meehan. of the Syra
cuse team, allowed a free kick to lie
behind the goal line until Clark, of
Montana, had fallen on it. Wilkinson
had punted from behind his own goal.
Dreis, of Montana, signalled for a fair
catch' on the 30-yard mark and Vance
tried for goal. The ball went wide and
Meehan made no attempt to recover it.
Clark fell on the ball and T.eferee Do
Ian gave Montana a touchdown. Van
couver missed goal.
Fumble Costs Second Score.
The game opened with an exchange
of punts, neither team being able to
gain. Then Mahrt. o Montana, recov
ered a Syracuse fumble on his own 30
yard line. A brilliant 28-yard sprint by
breis around the Orange left and two
small advances through the line and a
25-yard dash off left tackle by Black
well carried the ball across the goal.
Blackwellfumbledwlifii he was tackled
over the line and Wilkinson recovered
the ball. The period ended with tha
ball in Montana's possession on the
Orange 40-yard line.
At the opening of the second period
Montana rushed the ball to the 20-yard
line, but Brown intercepted a forward
pass three yards from his own goal. Wil
kinson punted to Lrels. who signalled
for a fair catch. Vance attempted a goal
from placement. The ball went wide
but across the line, where Clark fell
on it. Neither goal was menaced again
in this period.
Montana carried the ball to the Or
ange 15-yard line at the opening of the
second half, but a 13-yard penalty for
holding and a 75-yard punt by Wilkin
son prevented a score. A 40-yard run
.-lu.le.l on T'ace 17
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