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THE SrOTlXINCr OREGONTAX, FRIDAY. -NOVEMBER 2G, 19IJ.
Washington Eleven Completes
Eight Years Without Loss
Recorded Against It.
OLD STYLE PLAY IS USED
Only I-krt-rdara. Ar SCYarrl P.ai
. Axnitd Fad and Krrotrrr
fatal Maffrd . 1.4 Kara,
TatTe.! Nrrtoa!y Hart.
l:.TTLJ Wa.t. Not. A r-rerd
f ifet ntawii!T years wltioct a
fast waa etM.h-l for h talver-
tT e( Weaahiagteat. rathri (ear) te
at. tse att: : lrete4
th. t'ntvee.ify ef cottrd leaf.
. irt the t.nmiof gm ef Ik li
Th rr.tforad-a ! wa RepeaXarv
ti'iiuiwt aei ce whinaa a
e-iie. erktaT eat a tut-i'ir. rale.
! field. tllir' IS tt IBt&04
ts .tln ta alh.rad t. .al-ett
fotb.ii ikniiiui. br.eki-ic
ar CaIeravaI. I rtetdlr. All
ri tv ef vttio aevee
t.Mrhdeea wr. snad far marram;
Da h.: ttawa the r.-i BO
k ".-. in t-s I'ol irji I n of
Una ii'O'.ot waa haa NM r"t
era. mat fo' val r:hl 4 far a
v-ar-l ran. l the Ate-vard line, free
ather Cie h-all puot ef with
I a - i.neaau.-.
T efft-r ar a a . Talhaott. tua
rloH tiallh-. snuff.! a punt. Net.
I an. ef w ai -'on, ( t rU
I a l-eri lin. V nftn'oil kicked
f i'if goal after ,n--h Inafa, la. at .d
an-i laat trying fee aaofb.f. wha
2Ma m-iff -l the bell ca tie fciarkoul.
eprle. n t,ol.r.t r'H tackle.
Hria-ialr lnr4 whaa a tell
wane t.-lin. ta-eriea tie I -nala
la Me Uft knee lie rem4 treat
te ti-u it rTrt4 mat kia
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iLtlttea in Ilala of faaaajsji ;rtliroa
Heaaoltea lato Iaaliag larl.
Ptt.rXf. Or. fSnr. I.. t.p-'l!
fifti fi.-"ieol mn4 retrt:bi I'm.
a.fat'r f"t"e:l eleven ket'ie4 on Vt.
lam cere 4 hfe toateT la a earora.Ue
t . tViffa a arttllraaaa aniT from ratra
wau-rt fe.l lneermittat:; throuchout
Irle e'B'eet. eauther laT lo
Vela foeaiaiant t. and le tn-.e early
rote't rif lrfa a puntlne al t'l h
Itaao Quarterbea-h iTaaartor. af Sanrv.
an.f If. Jet-otter lr. t alloe. k for l'a
I'." ata-af' T bo'll lam f((lfJ
fumblee ra'ioelat poet elfftln tar
apronente tl-yarrl me. hat e I at
l9rrra to earore were frait:. t-ace In
tie fJrel aurur .a.'.m ruohej lt bail
rri4-t.;i ta trie nnliarilli .
Jr4 Ita. but we bet4 far af-awr.
ttaane trta l.t three prit ioiun.
la ttanma trie effialta, anj br 4
Tuna me. la a'ibatant ei eaUia. I'urrMce
at rritirel 1 1 -i . a. Bnaat ar. rftSal then
ef ana? rbaa-e of 'Oflrif. Hjt f more
tnea i fjraaerj raauee e t f t-t tavd It
1'nUmiiia ant ene aa a a u.:raa(a. r
r-p : ett. A ' of el-ti I'lanpH la
itefn Br t!.e aerlet reufe fail
I'.if t-e bi.i-ra Left Half Al'ea ifi4
Jaio3tfr al f iMsa. a aara trie rti'Kal
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Ft'ra..Trarta !-, I'al art Varsity
IWaa CrtsUra Area Hart.
rSSta-lVa-aV -StaRf'TUTt r. St. ft.
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The T'1 ek agtatag be:i-la arford b-at
Tif"'. raat-ia far f-e n-aja A'ie.aaV
Itf at Col. grf-1 : f -. men. Whl:
l-ainl-aoda ef fi.efre b.ae Jfe the
e'e fte rair hom.a ee l"t hme. ef
f-ia, fr a brief .-ei'-a fr-am lh
eefivirtea ef cr.-aje. tai rolbii ! vm
k. aanaa wsebing eait rrt aa saed.eov.
ee. fieli beneataa at-lepleg tkiaa la
fa teat eedaever of I. yr t- pec"re
fae tne ai a r ae ama aa )l-4lli)tma
l'le'4 Mat I at-aatae
The taaea wki-at n fa Ike fjat.
eeeer. wilt rrtaaat e atiffref fr-anl
IK. at la al ffaala-ia mala.;. Tt la.t
I eraetf !. kae beesj 4
tnla4 14 efiff arflatrrafa Sarh tat m"
eosf-aiai tte me a t Ike aaaaf arrange
meat ef f "re..
f.a. aicht afilt anatfker maat was
a T 14 I Ita ef aatmatafil'f ee'fa.
r-i wheea T'ed King. auba'ftttia
r- f aa -l'et chance of be
Ina rail. 4 asatat far the Ca'-raaieg taraa,
eot-Tgael fforn ande a acrimmag et.e
a-.ieg a peai4 ana' r.uaaeM it
aaa at rit sn.l sn4 fishy at right
f :..a.e. Ilt-aj y-fia-gaaer base b.en
reawala-.rit performer far lb Scrub
)aqg !a Ike aat,
r-ve Ai;aan. former rortlanat Aea4
era atar. baa rstumae) l in a-t 14
jnii m winr'iw ruiv tii:
I. tear a Malt Us lo -a-el- t.are In
5lt I nerve, of bnow.
JtsaCOW. Idako. Nov Jl The l'n-a-sify
ef llak-e f .otball tem and the
ttbitmea Co.i.fe eleven pured their
eaaitel lima bare t-."iM. The score
ta a a aea. unf ta nolklsg
Te fte.4 wa caer4 with al Inch.
f tin tk ( if began and soa
after raiaj ttrne-S trie iei4 Into a quae
mire Trie bail r-r Ike iria; part was
ia is cntr of ta. ttel4.
at iaope-r Wlaa I ltle ltar at l air.
iaX rr.ANCtMM, Nov. Si- Karl
Co.'p.r won tne lo.m.le dirt lte- k
(.inn-ali t r--a at Lie ranama-l'a-
ertfte Uttaoal-ieat t--.av. aiak ( the dl
Ufiva in 00 kavae t olB4ts aa4 27
k. J Trit.iitr.
row of I
the game from the top
til grandstand the fral
urra of t:o annual Turkrjf day
tint bacwea-a tba L'nlvereiijr and Mult-
rtomalt Club tam. It IropraaifJ tne In
aatian.-e anl f f e I a follow: Mult
coinab a failure to attempt tba firiA
PUT lor a fuu'bJowa In Ida tbiral par
laxa Iriatca I of the placa kick, whla b
ma r ar niev nii baare ration what
releal the "braala." of tba came tha
miataaa of the aarrson aefvlar la brlna!
In toe bell tn'-a the 1114 of
aftar Ike ki '-.o: f In the eea-on I bat
aa oaraaionel n.laup In alcnala hf tlir
club piTr anl lha noti--eahla be I
tar of ro ahowa by ura ton or
Ibe rl i9 riearre.
After katlntt fJ-it.a the bal from
lha nu4Jie of the fir:d 10 the Or
Kfl aii-faM I fit anl wan one an4
one-balf yarvl 10 to on the la.t aiown.
I waa urpriaa-4 to e Ibe rlua tem
aprarraliT K'te tip wbet lookra ita
a leir.r ear tU' bJoat n for an effort
at a pTace kirk. ic. i.:y f tbr
club I .-a rat a I reedy Irad by lo poin:a.
touabloera at that Pert. ruler time
may lata r. oipl!y cbant4 tba ta
t-4-b. latetferewra Wetter.
ACa tahen te rrca afly lrkel
ep the kukoff at the beainnitael o(
rue arrunl hlf an) '. a,i Into tbe
f.l4 ef May ao4 ll'fi bark4 r
kle oaaraa (al line. It ukrt1 aa tbousa
tao too ooint tbu rloaat4 to t-it
rlek team woul4 e'ttto Ibe ataT.e In
(nor of tie aljb men. t'f murao tbe
p:etr ma? beare ha4 in rmml tba o!4
In. k of preta-n.lin; that be weeonly
rerrilia Ike b-a.ll fa tba :-Tar4 lnr
for erriaaamas. end then makioar a
dotan Ibe l-i'l. bat acalnat tba ol-l
ba-a.l of the rlub laan ire play could
bar-a y be tpct. lo Work.
Tb "ur.i aw of i-i 4ilar4 ISy
the aarecoea bt la aaaaya Ira aatdenra
Kai a co!lo lam met a club fanj.
le.-e oa the rf'ita teem la by rontrat
ITMlt la TtkK I PIIII.L taa,:
Qaaabera I ead. I la T, I aill Maal
y.t 1. 1 4 .leatakla riatalaea fteeaaa
at lib a trtary. Kerala aiate t leaav
ril!lvm.t-ril!A. Nov. lV-Cmil
d'fratel le Inltereily of I'ennaylva-
nia on 1'iar.kl.n f:r!4 today In one of
I la tn-jat arrucUinar contrate eeen on
tht batlt(.arer-e4 srtd'ron In a tons
titaie ao4 tontabl lite Ithacana are
rletmtn; e io;i rhaniptonablp of
tbe i.at. the o waa Z I to . but It
tfoee cot Intllcatr tbe Irrrlble -'re the
flabttntf iuakre lira Ibe un.lefrated
biw I;e4 tarra rlttbt down to tlie taet
peria4 of txav. The final quarter
openral with I'rnn Ivatila ea: riC
la T. aod Corne'l f'ihtln teierately
lo turn the tide of victory in err ta
lor. Captain t.rrett leading In lha alia-
i ttfiarlaaft:. ba:ired about by va-
rloua teartia d'UUf tho araaon and daa.
per ate frcut adterae rrlti. l.m berauae
af h-r .or tiuairs. bal rl-n like a
fU-n in tba econ4 period, awepl Cor
rtaii off aia-r r-a-i arv.1 took live l-ad
auiaal the frantic c.ierin of bar faith
ful foliotta-r. Tbn Cornell, bnrke-l
down to li lat trench aith ai(eal
tarin nrr In Ihe face, ab-jwrd herl
H y a ntishty effort eh mabed
Pennsylvania treat delrnae and bat
tered her way to victory by a-ortna
tao mora tou hdoana and a field Etaal.
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1ar.K. Nov. II Col-iinhia ale.
fratrj teleaan. II to 9. tuaiav In I e
rletnT gme of IHe atja'.r., Inrtalent
ally It aa a a ihe fifth alrticM win f-r
th. Mae anl white. Ihe eieten tables
all a"" of th .an. liir bi.-kel
four fil-l g.-tia. otae in eacS perln4.
al ttcteir. l a.'in.i'ai star f.i.itaack.
a.-a)r4 h. laucMuan tn the rlo.tng
seeoad a ef ia. Althou&Ia Weelryan
ouiaetathrd bar tnnrnia, s.'a was
etre laeeae 3a. Tesaa 7. v
Al TtN. T . Nov. ii Notre faame.
er Indiara. defeated Cnlver.lly of
Tia al ftvatball her lo-lae. tba score
44 to mora than dupUcaiang tbe
t a.hotire firat Virtorr oter the leorg
Hern In 1ll. when lb reull was
to J. 1-e.er-tive shift formation and
fbe run. were rerortibte for Ibe aJe
tiai Vvrtery of the visitor.
Kealaeby a. Trsseaaes .
IIMMIT11M. K. Nov t V. To
-aeile front l.ai-l l I-aX tlavle, each
from the t;-rd line, gave Kentueky a
i.it-l t"f over Ibe I'aiversily of
4 aalerade taae. t elleae 3.
f:NV:rt. Nov :1 The curtain was
r-inc a!oaa on r.ae k y Mo'iniain ron
feren.e f.aaalha.11 fe the a'aton ef lva
teMiay wtrt the d-feat of Colorado r'ol
lg br the tte .bel of Mines. to
I. In I-enter. and dere.t of faeraver
t'nlr'falif ai Tort I'ell'M by the Colo,
r.do .Mri'a. 31 lo 1 Tho Acsle tart
one thro igl the laiaon undefeated.
I atlatraaiaa Aaakta . faeat ee -
rcailT O'LUS-i, C.d. Nor. Th
norJa A ert. ultural College, unda
fe. led rhampiona of ih Ko ky Moun
tain roefereeco rof-all irtaari of ISle.
tolay bow ld over the trttr I'nlver
ally eleven, f.a laal confertnc oppon
ent. 5 I lo J.
t relafcla as. Seotb Da be la tk.
OVAII. Neft. Nov. 3i I'relgriton
and Jawutit t'akota I'nlveraltlea straig.
g!4 thro-ieh four OMarter laarl.tv with
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J VITAL STATISTICS COMPILED OS
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CORNELL BEATS PEfiflSYl
Number of )r!a gained br ruahlng
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k'orward paaaae Incomplete .
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rtsld. kicks ......a..
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Hambaf. lOueh-lnWna aaa a a a a a a a . a
,V'-."var f.'a.-c kicks attempted
Vatn -T s-'av kl. .: made
SAbt- B-aVatA scored
. -." a e f
I lb more conspicuous. Bexdck' lntr-
I reren.e luoka decidedly better than that
1 f urnl.hed by the old system used by
the I'll Iran
With four ni'n back and direct pa
Inar ha ha preatly Improved hi of -f-fiae.
while Tetert and Mitchell at
end Hwk the deferwilve tackle In
mu. b better abape than did the 1)11
rnda. The fault with the 1914 uya
tem Tit In Ihe bnncliiaT "f inter
ference followed 10 otoeely by tha man
with lha ball that one d-fenalve play
er (colnz under cotil4 i pi 1 1 all four
men. The prearnt ayatem permlta each
offeneiv player lo pi. k out and block
on defenalvo player, maklna; for far
n-.bre effvcllva Inlfrfarcnce.
rhllbrwak'B Offeaalae Oarprielax.
Thla la tha elyte of Interfrrenc
which Ileta la uaitia; with auch u-a
at Waahlnctun Slate Collesa thla year,
and ahlrh, the ex. A. C. team ha ued
for tho rt three eara- W. S. C. O.
A. C. and I". of O. are Heine forma
tion ilmilar In their fundamental
prlnrlple. tne difference heinn that
. A. C brr the whole line when a
hiri la railed, mabinc the center fill
Kuard poailion and one of the 'iiard
bea-omea a center.
At 1. A. C. we br'.iet-a thl can be
dona with a rhythm which will make
for team work and permit of more J
ru-ate limine or ir.e margin;. i
w. tv. an4 l . of c a lineman irotn
one eifle ehirt 10 Ihe oppoeua u
a h'n a ahift formatb.n la taken. Wu
ble naaiaa taith end runa and forwnrl
paaaea reaultintr are f-irvlamentally ".he
aame formatlona. 1 1 un' inston'a w o.-ic
f'alurH le Tlrtory ror hi "'all
Thuraday. w hile Mont'lth. lie. kett an.
Ihe two enda. MUthcll and Tesrrt.
or M"jlinomnh PMI'rook aurprlaed
rr.a with hi atrone offenalva and da
laniira work, while 'ill. font III and
Well In the line aremed elroiux. I
WlMe line piunclna; and lay'a alefrn-
rlta work aalnat foraard paaains
a a all thai could be aakoal.
out either Side ..rlna. In one of the
beat rames played on Crelithloi field
In year. Neither eld waa able to
come wllltln : yard of lite coal Una.
Okl.keataa A. aaal M. 7.
OKI..llfM CITT. Okla.. Nov. r'..
Tbe fmveratty of Oklahoma football
team complete, an nll-'lctorlu oa
aou I ruler by defeating Ibe Oklahoma
A. and M. eleven here. to T.
t.eaararlea a no. at. Leal .
ST 1.111'IA Mo. Nov. ver
w helming auperlorliy In .ced aivl
le.hniiue and a alisht advanlase In
welrht enahled the l,er r etoaa n eleven,
cf Va-hlnton. P. C-. to defeat St.
Iaula I nlverelly. lo 0. durln a
drititine rain here tor! v.
kaaaaa fa, 4laatBrl .
tXl.t MI1IA. Mo.. Nov. :i. A rafety
that tmuatial scoring f"Blure of foot
balland the ettir.ly toe of Adrlnn M.
l.lr.daey. of K m k f laher. okla.. cave the
CnlveraltT of Kannna fi.oaball clesan a
victory over the t'niverelt y of Mla
aourl in the annual bailie today. The
final count ail I to . It was Ihe
firet Jashawker trlumr-h over the Co
lumbia plarrs since li;.
I'lllabarg :r. I'caa tmtr .
riTTSMflUl. Nov. :J. Thirty-five
Ihaitt.an.l perat'n saw tne I'nivereily
of I'ittahtirg defeat the I'enn.-ylvanla
Mate tTollege heie today by a score
of J to 0. Haalins for I'lllehtirir was
the star, scoring IT points. The win
ners made moat of their pain by the
use of straight football. Several for
ward pasr were attempted but only
una was completed.
Keaadall 7. Ila.kell X
Tl'l.. okla.. Nov. 7i. fler Ihe
It. Welt Indian had led J.O f-.r three
period loday In their fonlha'I cima
with Ihe Henry Ker.dell I'olktf eleven.
John Young, quarterback for Kendni'.
caught a short punt and raced eO )ards
lo Ihe ILtek.-ll goal line for Iho only
touchdown of tha game. The garde
ended ihree minute, later wlih Ihe ilnal
atoll Kendall 7. Haskell .
Soacc-r ;ame Cant-elcil.
Ni:w IIIVKX. Conn, Nov. Z. The
Columbia-a aio so-ver fooiosll game
a. he.l .!rc for lod.iy w a can. clrd.
mm college" wins
CIIKV a la A IMlv,a IRK III.IKIT.
I.Ik IS TO IV -.T 4. !.
Sllsrery lleld rails ta Maekea rare
aad lira I Seer la Made fly I.lae
riaage. rl aa fllaaeked Taal.
Albany. Or. Nov. : ' (Special.)
riavlnc fast f oiba:l deapiie a silp-lery
field. Albany College defeated Ihe Che
rr.aat Indiana. II la 0. here this after
noon. Albany n.el cj In all ileparl
menla of Ihe gitme. A'tbough tha crl
legian gained Well In th f ret quar
ter, tbey falial ' e-'ore until the sec
ond, when O'l'l-ia piuncM over ror a
tooehdown. la.aal wa mi.se.l.
Tbe aecorvd s-ore cam In the Ihlrd
quarter, when Chernaata attempted lo
punt eii from behinl her can goal
line The Aibar.y forward seemed lo
uproot me entire Indian line.
Jensen blocked ihe hi-it an-f Mitrlin
fell on the ball behind Ihe line.
Kren.-h kl- ked goal.
rlar.y In the gataae A'bany aJleeoverrd
It rnull gain coo mi m t en 1 1 V, eo relie-l en-
Itre y on atralgbt fo-.ti.n.l. The Indian
attempted a f-w forward aoe.. but
none w ere ti.--eaf .at. The Vigilant Al
bany enale alao trkc u;i their inany a I -letnnta
at trl. k plats.
"I'ete' And. r.a.n and Herman Abra-i
ha.o. tregn Agri. ultural Collage stars. I
offt. lat. as tefcree and umpire,
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ORKGON-MLLTNOMAII CAME. J
Ill 1 J 7
Washington High School Team
Hammers Way to Victory
Over Idaho Eleven.
GAINS ARE MADE AT WILL
Campbell Marin Scoring- for Visitors
by Calclilnz I'unt and Pathlng
0 Yard lo Touchdown.
Work of Parson Stellar.
CALmvni.I.. Mahn. Nov. :J.(Spe
rial.) Tha heavy Wanhlntrton lllnh
School football team hammered and
battered Ita way through Hie light
Caldwell team for a total of aeven
touchdowna and completed tha '.au fil
ler by klcklntf an equal number of
coa!. Tha rinat count waa Vahlng
lonc i Caldwell 7.
The p!rndid interference enabled the
visitor 10 circle tha end and pierce
he line for ubatantial sains prac
tically at will. Tha field waa a aea of
mud. aiding; the Oresonlana In their
line-plunstna- Rime. Waahinatcn aeored
firat In the Initial period when Camp
bell raucht a punt and raced 0 yards
l-ehind pa rfect Interference for a touch
down. Caldwell evened the count
few minutes later. Nlchol negotiating
.T yards around left end. landing- the
ball on Washington's 40-yard line.
demons waa rent through tackle for
a touchdown. Breahears kicked goal.
On !'' first down I'arson skirted
left end for a tO-yard gain and the
xlallora' second touciidnwni The score
the firat quarter waa Washington 14.
('aide ell T. In tho second quarter I'ar-
ona a .Med two more touchdown and
strow bridge one. aided by the vicious
line-plunging of Campbell and Nor-
mantlin. strowbrldge kicked goals
Score first half. Washington Cald
Caldwell braced In the third qunr-
ter and threatened to score twice, but
..t both opportunities on fumble.
'lt!i but a minute 10 play of the pe
rlod. Teed Intercepted a forward pas
and scored the visitors' sixth touch
In tho fourth Washington tdded one,
conuilrling the total. The brilliant
work of Tarsons and Strowhrldge waa
an Important factor In the overwhelm
ing a-oro Piled up by Washington. 1 -ar
son. In particular, bad lha tacklcrs
haltlad. reeling off la and 10 yards
apparently at will. StrowbrUlge scored
:i points for his team, two lou.hdown
ami .tiin goals. For the locals, the
Kei.lenlertx brothers. Itreeheari and
v. hoi were stellar performers. The
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. . i. K. .
..It K. .
.. -tj . . ,
. . K II..
. .L. II . .
, . . . . Price
.h man.l t n
M r.-e l-rtg
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. .. .Nicnoi
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l.rii-la' lltsan. i .otae. rai'ir--,
mevrr. Kinnieti. uniptrei 44rk, S."aidwil,
IIOOIIAM AXI) ABERDEKX TIE
ThoiiMiiulH Walcli Elevens Tlattlc for
A BKP.riKKS'. Vaath., Nov. 3. (Spe
cial.) Contending for the strata Inter
rchol.t't lo chs.i-iploti.-hlp of Washlns--i.it.
the Aberdeen and llomiiani hiRh
at I. i. ola battled to a scoreless tie here
toalsv. Narrance alone saved the game
for llo.uiam by lna plicnouienitl klck
lntf. My this tie score llo.julnm cl.tlmn the
state and Northwest interscholastlc
chitmplonehlp for th year.
A wet field and two heavy showers
alurlntf tho came niado the field slip
pery and slow and i-aused frequent
f noble. Thl-a fact worked against open
play bs- either team and kept berth to
ol.l-st)lo football. Tho game ende-d
with lha ball on lloquism'a iO-yard
lin.-. M -Kemiey. for lloquiam, and
I'lntkney were the star of the game.
I'v viriue of the fact llot.Jiam has
i.I.i v.. I and won from tha strongest
hlsh s hool teams of the state, w hile
Aberdeen has played only the lloquiam
team In the ststo, losing the first game
ssuli the locals, the gama today d-es
not affect the l!oqiilam claim to the
All Aberdeen conceded a Ilcquiam
vl.iorv bv tao touchdowns prior to
the -.-nme. Line plunges and end runs
netteal Aberdeen Illf yards, while
llo'iulnm gained only 73 yards. Aber
deen made first down 14 time.:
lloquiam four times. I'ini-kncy played
th creat'-st game any Interscholastlc
atar has ever played here. Ho ear
ned the ball for tvto-t'.lrd of Aber
deen's gains and was the star on de
fen, ive plating and In Interference. He
fousht unill the flnl.th. and In Ihe last
quarter carried the ball from tho cen
ter of the lii-ld to lloquiam' five-yard
line on IS downs.
Th ball wa ihen lot and lloquiam
punted out of danger. Purine thai last
half lloquiam was continually forced
to runt, gaining only 11 ysrxis In that
half. HoMulam made ta ard during the
l.rel half, as agalnM 101 for Aberdeen,
lietwcen 3i0 and 4000 spectators from
all parts of U- Harbor County
crowded l.'i fielal.
Knt l.uim was at a high pitch
throughout tne game, but not in a in
K!e instance was It inarrc-d by un-epori-nnnllee
The lineups follow:
i. rl K. ..
. I. T II . . .
.L, II. . .
.11 l I
. r. t i
. . . . tiiovar
. . . I ii c ' j m
S Aruleraon. . . .
.11 K I
I -Ii--. I
I --ii. kejr la'apl. .
. Q ... (lapt ) McKnrea
I. II K ll.ker
It II I I'aiff-ia.ii
M;f,.i t .lie. - A laer.leen, llenra- A n.le ra-.n.
ri-.k-roit. C. An.lrr.-.n. I.eif I r r hrlB;a.-.l.
II non.ii'iiai an
Ilarri.. ."o : rr-j inq I. inn. aio-
raaafor.l. U.acn, Uuun,
.. 1-. r. - r. . . k .
u.hi:-..ili r -.alfTe rer.ree.
ei .... kiar.'a l-orllan-!. nmnlre:
.,r.or, i-ut:.nH. I.r-.d lilirarn.n.
ek;i:.m: tiiijis l it .klix, 39-0
Game I. ill l- Portland i;ioscn Eights
Ailsaiices lo IjisI Whistle.
III iIKNK. Or.. Nov. ;... (Special.)
Kuaene High. 39; Franklin High, Port
Althouith apparently bad's- outplayed
by Kuernr High School, the doughty
h'.tln Franklin High School football
(cam fought gamely to tho finish, and
three lime In Ihe last quarter success-fulls-
withstood the F.ugenc assaults
Uhder their own goal posts Jifter Ku
gene had marched the ball down th
field to expected touchdowns.
llugcne backs had little difficulty
In perforating the Portland Una for
long gain. Wiemore and Foster
starred for F.ugene. with frequent long
gam through Ihe line.
Portland' nearest chance for a scora
occurred lalo In the gume, when Col
lins, with the ball on a fumble, ran
jo iauuu ;q iho clear bcloro jvertaien
7. ti;: VlTss tTee
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I j J
TMK HOUSC OF KUPPgNHglMIS)
and downed within a few yards of
Koster made Kugrne's first score on
a ro-yard run on the third play in the
Tha gome was played in a sea of
mud and water, one pond near tne mid
dle of the field beinsr large enough to
contain both teams, standing ankle
deep. The ball had to be held in place,
or It would float off between plays.
The lineup follow:
. . . . I, e.R JC .i.iai.
I'oat . . .
. ...!. Til I'lTley
Khi. Kelloss. Davis
. . ..It 111.. . .Maiieruuc. Foster
l'rlchardIloblson..Il Hit Wlgmore
1'arber K. . .Foster, Chrls'.enseu
Powell Q bmitn
COnVAM-IS 12, OKEGOV CITY 0
Muddy Kicld nnd Mlipcry Hall Pre
vent Passes or Trick Pluys.
COnVALlai;;. Or.. Nov. 23. (Special.)
Tho Corvallls High School football
team proved too much for Oregon City
when tho two schools met today on O.
A. C. Field, Corvallls winning; by a
score of 12 to 0. A muddy field and
slippery bail prevented either team
from atlcmpllr.g; many forward passes
and trick plays, and both teams fum
bled frequently. In the second quar
ter a blocked kick by Oregon City
was caught behind their goal line by
Taylor, of Corvallis, Rivinir the locals
their first score.
In the last period Archibald, of Car
valll.f, executed a forward pass from
Oreso'n City's ID-yard lino to Adams
behind the goal lino, making; another
touchdown. With five minutes to play.
Mver of Oregon City, cot away for
The best ground gamers for Corvallis
yards, the longest run oi me on;.
were Archibald. Adams. Morgan. ai-
corn. Oregon uty s rtar pt-i iu. .!-.
were Mllliken. who snowed college
class of football: Strohmeyer, at ena.
Hughes and Youns at tackles, and
lloatty at guard and Quarterback
JEFFS HEAT PENDLETON, 20-0
Sax Is Star of Lively Ilaltle With
Open Field Ground Gaining.
PF.NDLKTO.V. Or., Nov. 2".. (.Special.)
In a good game featured ds-
openflcld running-. Jcffoison defeated
Pendleton llin today, su io u. j-.umj
tho first quarter a blocked punt of
Seiberta bounded Into Morris' hands,
who ran 20 yards for a touchdown. In
the third quarter Sax ran 115 yards.
I.odcll annexed i and Sax tore 13 yards
for a touchdown. l.odell kicked goal.
In the last quarter a forward pass
netted Jefferson 21 yards and Lodell
nnd W'olfer carried th ball to Pendle
ton half-yard line, nosch carried the
ball over the goal. ixuen aicae,. KUa..
floth learn resorted to tne irwi
. . : 11.- mn.t anr.
psss. jelierson m-un -
.essfnl in its use. Jeiierson was -
Ixed XJ yards during tne game, atone-.
nnd Lod.ll shared honors wun r-ax.
Cases- of Pendleton, played a great de
fensive came. 1-odell ut,m,"t.fcc1i: '
bert several yards, i nc .
flno condition, but a w ind cur. a n
EVEHETT IJEATS LINCOLN II Kali
Xrtlurn Ijds Put F Hard FiRld
In Last Quarter antl Win 13-7.
I'VKRI'TT, Wash.. Nov. 25. (Spe
)lThe Lincoln High School team,
of Portland, had the Kverett team
beaten In the third quarter of the
game today, but the Kverett team
came back In the last quarter, and. by
makltg a determined right, scored a
second touchdown and made the final
llcure 13 to 7. The Portland team
failed to get started in the lirst half,
falling to make a single yardage.
Oliver waa the only one who made any
gains on the Everett line, and but one
or two passes were successful
At the beginning of the third period
the bos from the south solved the
Minnesota shift, which was responsible
for Everett's lirst score, wh.-n the hall
was advanced to the Portland four
sard line, held for downs and blocked
on the 'put-out by "aoldbirg, Kverett
and who tail on the ball. Kverett
missed goal. Taking Ihe ball at the
center of the fit-Id. the visitots pounded
down to the Ks-crelt goal. Livingston
taking the ball over after Kverett had
been penalized to the twu-yard line.
1. Holt kicked goal.
Tho fourth quarter was hotly con
tested, with Kverett making use of
long passes. Captain Menzel carrying
the ball over by bucking the line from
the one-yard line. Ualligan. Kverett.
and Paget, Portland, ends, were dis
qualified ror fighting on the lleld. Dris
kell, ' Portland center, has a badly
sprained ankle, but otherwise nono was
seriously hurt. The lineup:
lj n fcmltia
. . . R t; Magnus.-on
....I. T Took..r
. ..KK. (lali lean
. . . I, E Goltil.erff
...Q A. Dalley
. ..K M I aro
I.H..W. Dslley. Dtlclilne
Fit.... (Capt.) Mcnzcl
Lebanon Hlsh Vosviim Dallas.
ALBANY. Or., Nov. ;5 (Special.)
Lebanon High School football team
closed Its season here today by defeating-
Iiallas High by a score Cf 25 to 0.
Tho Lebanon goal has b.-t-u crossed
but once this season by a high school,
and tiiat by. CurvaUia High,
Overcoats at $20
Here's some new Overcoat arrivals you'll
want to see and try on today. Both single and
double-breasted styles and in tight-fitting or
loose, roomy models; velvet or plain collars.
Full or three-quarter lengths.
Fabrics are in new shades of blues, gray,
green, brown, Oxford and in black. Various
new effects in plaids, checks and mixtures.
Sizes to fit any man or young man. CjOA
Exceptional values at p-V
See the naw Ralston Full Dress Shoes and the Ralston
Patent and Dull Calf Dancing Pumps just here at ?5.
Steinbach & Co.
Season to Open December 1
With Uncle Sams in North.
DUPJDERDALE NOW READY
Portlnnd Septet to Start Year With
Three New Men and Eotir Uegu
lars I'rom Last Season; First
Game ta Be Here Pec. 10.
One week from next Tuesday night
the 1915-16 ice hockey season of the
Pacific Coast Hockey Association will
be ushered in, with four teams fighting
for honors. Manager E. 11. Savage
of the Portland Uncle Sams, announced
his lineup which will tart against
the Vancouver world's champions, at
Vancouver, B. C, a week from lues
Three new faces will be seen wear
Ing the colors of the local septet in
the first came, but of that number
ono was playing with another team of
the circuit last season. Tommy uun-
derdale, the speedy Victoria forward
of last year, has been signed ny jian
ager Savage, and he will be placed at
center when ay starts
Tom Murray and Alex Irvine, both
from Winnipeg. Canada, are new to
followers of the Pacific Coast Hockey
Association, but the local management
has heard considerable about their
work. Murray will start the year as
goalkeeper. In the place of Mike
.Mitchell, while Irvine will be the left
defense against the Millionaires.
Four Last Year Men Here.
"Moose" Johnson has his regular sta
tion of right defense all mapped out,
and Captain Oatman will accept the
duties of rover during the campaign,
according to the way things look now.
"Smoky" Harris and Charles Tobin, the
other members of the I'ncle Sams last
season, have been assigned to left and
right wing, respectively.
This combination will get together
for the first .time next Monday after
noon as a result of the orders issued
bv Manager Sasage. Word was
received from the out-of-town can
didates that they svould he here
not later than Saturday night or Sun
day morning. As spare puck chasers
the Uncle Sams will be fortified with
lick Irvine. Alf Barbour, both Cana
dians, and Charles Cksila, who was a
number of the Multnomah Amateur
Athletic Club championship aggrega
tion of the Portland Amateur Ice
Hockey Association during the 1914-15
a'etr Outfits Obtained.
New outfits have been obtained and
es-erythins will bo different from the
ssny things started last Iecember. Ran
McDonald and Mike Mitchell are the
only regulars of the Portland Untie
Sams svho will not wear suits for the
Portlamlcis. McDonald being the prop
erty of Manager Lester Parrick. of
the Victoria Aristocrats, and Mitchell
serving for his country In the present
Pete Muldoon, who managed the
locals, has been transferred to the
new Seattle rink and he will make his
debut for the Sound city against Vic
toria on tho same evening Portland is
heading for Vancouver's soil. Three
nights after the opening games are
staged, the Portland Ice Hippodrome
will be buzzing because Vancouver will
be meeting the Uncle Sams in a re
Waiigh-Manilot Bout Is Tonight.
SM RRVKPoriT. U-i.. Nov. 15. The I
In quiet, rich tones of Brown
MADE to ORDETt
$25, $30, $35 and tip
There's a World of Comfori and Satis
faction in Made-to-Order Garments.
W2 Jerre-ns Sons
Oscar M. Smith, Manager
108 Third Si., near Washington
S. & H. Stamps on Request
l."-round bout between Bobby Waugh,
of Fort Worth, Tex., and Joe Mandot,
of New Orleans, which was to have
taken place In the open hero today,
was postponed until tomorrow night,
on account of weather conditions.
Former While So.v. Chief Will Man
age Hall Club.
LOS ANGELES, N'ov. 2u. John .
Powers, owner of the Los Angeles
Coast League club, announced today
that James Callahan, ex-manager of
the Chicago American League team,
would manage tho Los Angeles team
next season. Callahan bought a block
of Los Angeles stock and succeeds as
manager Frank Dillon, who has piloted
the aggregation for ten years.
Callahan will have at least a fourth
interest in the Los Angeles club, ac
cording to Powers, who added that
Callahan might buy out Thomas Dar
niody, a minority stockholder.
"Callahan will be out here before the
holidays." said Powers. "He will has-e
full authority to do with the club as
AKMY PKEPAlaES FOIi NAVY
Eleven Holds Final Practice for
Gume Saturday in New York.
WEST TOINT. N. Y., Nov. 25. Tho lo
cal football season closed here today
when the Army eleven received its
final drill In preparation for the Navy
game In New York on Saturday.
The coaches sent the varsity men
through a half hour of stiff signal drill,
during which all the plays that have
been devised for the Navy game were
gone over until they were run off with
the smoothness and precision that was
required by Head Coach Daly. The
first-string men lined up against an
entire sub team which looked strong
nnd hnd nn identienl set of pin vs.
If sou haven't a husband.
friend. Anyhow, tell some man. be
cause it is news he will be glad to get.
It's just this: There's a spick-and-
span Clothir.g Ptore on Washington
street that outfits men with first-class
Suits and Overcoats and doesn t re
quire them to pay cash. tnis store
allows its patrons to open account.
and pay for their clothing on Install
You know already what store sve re
talking about, don't you? It's
CHKItnY'S well-known place. Just
above West Park street. Year after
vear hundreds of men buy all tneir
clothing there and pay for it week by
week or month by month.
Also tell them that they also sell a
beautiful line of women's wear suits.
coats, dresses, furs, etc. All on tne
same easy payment, eysicin. j nm
number is 38!-.!U Wash., in tne fitters;
block, and they are open r-aiuraay
evenings unt il 10 o clock. Aflv.
in the Dark
We have pocket flashlights
as low as 50c. Other styles
75c to $3. Batteries and
lamps for all size cases.
jt Morrison Street. BeUat &2rtd "41
Business or Semi-Dress.
or $30 is about what you
pay for Fall attire you'll
measure of value for that