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TOE 31011X1X0 OTIEGOXIAX. MOXDAY, yOTE3IPER SH. 1015.
aiRW THEOrUH CHANCFJ NAME SO WRESTLINC FANS CAN
2 SYRACUSE IN ON
ALL EASTERN TEAM
THAN AGGIE ELEVEf
White, Guard, and Wilkinson
That You Can Buy
Difference in Average Weigh
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Halfback, Chosen by Ma
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l'0 COACHES SHINE
Bezdek and Stewart Add to
Laurels in Last Season.
BOTH RANKED AMONG BEST
orra-r of Orrfoa I'rtntbaU rtkxl
rirltllant I rora Oalatrf Arslra
ytrmtor Ita. lams ttrtrord la
Taralbf Oat Inntrra.
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vatb.ll boaaoa andad. It mlKbt not ba
arpropriata la call aft.nltoa la t
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a baatt ef two of IB for. moat foot
it: caf&. la Ba roantrr.
Mjo lutlak. roach of th !(
lamyioa I'oit. rally cf Pf4otJ aan.
a tor mr i1wa( atar. and Ir. K. J.
awari. ctvt. B of tba ITfa A ..
iibad hi. ttrldiroa avpariafta al a.t
a II. .art. aad Moar.1 t'nina roll.c.a.
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tata laifrit.hunrtrr. fn 1191 ha
ciat.raal at Laba li cV Oil-ao. Hit
Iba a, or I, tniti. iniftio ana
W 9... . ,j4 a
Htf aWatlraa Abatj. aad Dr. C J.
t throw four wrttlr Wadnabdair
a.tna ao4 ona that do. not bound any.
waa th alar ftitlba'-k for four yaara.
M. waa rboaan ail-'aiarn fuilbark ta
lv) and INi and Camp rhoaa him on
bla attcond I. am.
Ortm Coat-bat. ta baaaplaaabla.
In l0 la4d.tt ram Waal and
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!; h. want bark and halffd Alomo
aiarc al I'hlrtf a and for th. n.st na
a.ra. lo to !!!. ho roarhad tha I'nl.
. rally of Arkanatva. rrturnlnr; to Ora-
Uk.wia. tr. Htrl. of tha Or.ron
Arirullur. o:i-.. ha had wtd
ran. nr. m all lin.a of athlatica. Ita
b.faa h!. rirttr In JJ at hrlo Col
l.c plarlnr football and baa.ball for
Itt y.ara. Krom ! la loo ba waa a
taI.nt at W'rii.m ll.aarv t'nirny.
playvd quartarbark on th football
l.am. pile-had for IB ball nlna. waa a
forward on tha b.ktbail quint. t and
did a llltl. hurd;:a( on th aid out.
In 191 ha waa quarterback and
roach of lb. Mount t'nion Coila-ao tram,
and whlla anaaa.d tn ntiiptftr work
in Mxailon. i. In 141. coa bad and
waa cj'iari.rbtrk on tha ar.at profaa
atonal football t.am which woa th
tVavaf Tratt plain at rartta.
In ha coached tha I'urdu. baa-
k.tball l.am. which won aacond plac.
in Hi. an ar Nina corf .ranra. In tb
I all of !) ho look chare of alh
latlca at Ail.ab.ny Coll.c at Iad
I "a-, and hi tea ma mad great
record la foot bail, baaeball and baa
kethalL tr. Stewart took rharie of athletic
al th Oreaon Acrlrultural Colleca In
t)i:. and hla first baakatball team
won tha Xorthweat championship. It
hit had (nod ucci In all line at
forrallta. In 1)11 ar.d I 4 th Acalra
lied with utrinn in football for th
atata tula, and lat to ureaon a weak
n -. after prarloualy dctratlnr th
RACES ON ICE EXCITING
croiicR mriitRDao wnj r
CI At. rRON CKOtttiB aTOHCY.
rrofeaataiaal llttrkey ria;.ra V, ark
Hard All eek fitrt I'Uy Per
fararf! far Oatralaa; of tcawa.
Ittrltmr races featured th weekly
lew akatlna; al th I'ortland Hlppodrom
rtaturday mornlnr. A apaclai match
raca waa run between Cieorae (Storey,
tha l-year-old many-time winner of
th Couch School, aad lieora. Klchard
on. of Phatturk Urammar tchooL
Younc Itlchardaoo waa th winner.
Thi week wl.l be a atrenuoua affair
at tb I'ortland 1c Hippodrome, and
Manager faii( I to hav hla Unci
iiimi on the Ic for their workouta.
Th flrnt profeu.lonal hockey Ram of
th I'aclflo Coast Hockey Association
will b played a week from tomorrow
nlchu and for that reason tb Port
lander will hav to work to fat team
work. Kit of th local puck-chaaera hav
b.a on th lr rearularly durln th
past week and th Int. practlc cam
they bad Krlday nlahl durlnc colieae
niaht ahowrri that they were In good
eondltloa. Htlit.tr tiavaca plana on
an ass.rablaa-a r hla entire aaarrsa
lion tomorrow afternoon between 2 and
1 oclock. teeral practlc ismri will
b p'ayed with tha yarloua teams of
Iba I'orlland Amateur Hockey Associa
tion. Kollowlnc r th result of th
iirlt-IM't't Vanale. rrh Kchool.
r-ac J H.r4. Ladd Cchoo!. Stroud.
Tt-a 0' aaor,ta
v .tfiit-htf a'.rofia. Prooblin a-rioot
first, ll.raa har llo..auar
V.-t. Kanatir. tA's.hlnalon
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p- --aol. soffi.t. T tm. s. i-anda
vartL .- f srani.h War Vtttrttt
rvuc'-aa KarTali. W s.h In a ion eVhool flral:
I 4oar4 amuN. Ir.&.lia Mttal, aecoad.
Tl-r.. Jtt R -!
;:o t.rrta. sirs Mary Cxrb.lt. Coa-
akol. I '.i. tract. Car . .n, t.ilolt Hcbool,
S--a J." T.'Iia. 3i S...,atlt.
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Mxt ax.i'ttrb aiooi ba.i ii'irtm BtofO.
CawA tVcDoxi. ItAa, t) eaKaatas,
2 OTHERS GET BIG VOTE
SrliUrhl4r, Guard, and Ilo. Half
bark, Jo st Notvrd Out of Cliolcrs
on fjtlilcal KlfTcn of
Kaetrra lootball Star.
NEW TOIUC. No. II Th cloaa of
tba Kaatern football aeaaon flnda a
wide variance of oplntoa anions; fol
low.ra of Intercollenlata play regard
ing the final rating- of the leading
elevena aad tb playera to ba aelactcd
fnr tba mythical all-Eastern teams.
Certain player, such aa Barrett, of
Cornell, and Maban. of Harvard, are
unanimous choices, but In Olber poal
tiona a balf-doi.n candidatea ara put
forward, all bavins; excellent claims
Hlsb-clasa backfleld material waa
abundant, aa well aa heavy, powerful
men for tb center of tb line, but
Iber was a ecarclty of brilliant enda
htswey Flrat C htttre at Rati.
Soucy. Harvard: Lamberton. Prince
ton; HicKins. Tennaylvanla State;
fheiton. Cornell, and Stewart, of Col-
Kale, all have their backers for the
wlnnlnr tin noalllona.
At tackle. Oilman, of Harvard. Is
tha Dnnular cbolce, with Abeil, i oi
gate: ocbult. Washington and L-ee:
Karnum. Brown; Naah. Kutgera, and
McAuliffa, of l)artraoutb. In tb run
Kor guarda. ISpear, Dartmouth; Whit
and Hcblachter. ty recuse; iiogg.
Hrlnraton. and Black, of Yale, ara the
At center, I'eck. Pittsburg, ia the
player most frequently mentioned, al
though Cool. Cornell: Gennert. Prince
ton, and ilcCwan, Army, are the recip
ients of voles.
for the backfleld. Barrett of Cornell
la the logical quarterback; while
Marian. Harvard, leads In tb raco for
0 yraeaaa Men Selected.
Ther la cot the lima unanimous
opinion regarding the two halfbacks.
Hasting. 1'lttsburg; Wilkinson. Syra
cuse; Ollphant. Army; King, Harvard;
Tolman. Itutgers: Perryman. Penneyl-
vsnia Htate: Pose. .Syracuse; Scovil.
Yale; Glllo, Colgate, and many others
are offered as suitable material.
Whlla all thos who have prepared
all-Eastern leama hav not been
heard from, th conaenaus of opinion
to dat shows tb following; playera In
Ends Soucy, Harvard, and HIeglns.
Tackles Oilman. Harvard, and Abell.
Guard Fpcar. Dartmouth, and
Center I'eck. Pittsburg.
Quarterback Parrett. Cornell.
Halfback Wilkinson. Syracuse and
Kuliback llahan. Harvard.
COAST rLAYEIt-S KtCOGXIZED
Abraham Not Chotrn on AII-Wrtero
Itcx-ani-c Orrcon Ia Nol In DNtrlct.
CHICAGO. Nov. S. Good football
backa wer plentiful, but good line
men acarc in the Central states, ac-
rdlna- to critic who assumed me
task of picking All-Western team...
The nam All-Western Itself Is a mis
nomer, for only the llmitea territory
..,, i-ihin to Nebraska. Inclusive, la
covered In the search for talent. No
account Is taken or the KocKjf .Moun
tain and Pacific Coast players, al
though at least one of them. Herman
Abraham, of the Oregon Aggies, msde
remarkable showing against mt
Mli-hlgan Aggies, one of the best teams
in the district covered.
In the selections available, ine lol
loping have received the greatest
number of votes:
Ends Chamberlain, .cbrasica, ana
Pa. ton. Minnesota.
Tackles Huck. Wisconsin, ana nun.
Guards Flligeralci. .oira ftmc,
and Dunnlgan. Minnesota.
Center atson. Il.mois.
Quarterback Kussell. Chicago.
Halfbacks Maulbetsch. Michigan.
with Rutherford. Nebraska, and Ma-
comber. Illinois, equally divided.
Fullback Ulerman. jiiinneaota.
SEATTLE RPOUT WRITEU DIES
Frank I Cibb. Of Star. Succumbs
to Attack of Pneumonia.
fKATTLK. Wash.. Nov. IS. (Spe
cialFrank T. Gibb. aportlng editor
of the tScnttl Star, died today at the
Lakeside Hospital of pneumonia. It
w.141 a sudden attack that came upon
him last Wednesday and on Friday ne
cessitated his removal to the hospital.
His condition steadily grew worse. He
was SI years old snd hud been engaged
In newspaper work since 1911.
Frank Glbb waa born In Seattle and
attended grammar school here. When
it became time for him to enter high
school he went to Belllnghara with his
parentis. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Glbb.
In his senior year ho became a reporter
on the Belllngham Kevellle. working
after school. Later he was on the Brit
ish Columbian, at New Westminster,
B. C. where he also acted as corre
spondent of the Post-Intelllgencer.
February. 1S1J. he was made sport
ing editor of the iSrsttle fun when that
newspaper began publication. Later he
became sporting editor of the Seattle
Mar. which position he held until his
death. He waji a former student of the
Cnlverslty of Washington and a mem
ber of tSlgma Alpha Epsilon.
The funeral will be held Tuesday af
ternoon. Two Elevens Undefeated.
KANSAS CITY", Mo.. Nov. 18. Two
teams stood out prominently among
Southwct.rn contestants for football
honors In 11S. These were tha Uni
versity of Nebraska and the University
of Oklahoma elevens. undefeated
clalmanta of the championships in
their respective associations, the Mis
souri Valley Conference and the South
westera Athletic Association.
Soldiers Drub Oregon City.
VANCOUVER BARRACKS. Wash,
Nov. S. (Special.) tn a cold, drix
sllng rain and In an ocean of mud, th
soldiers todsy at football beat Oregon
City by an overwhelming score of 25 to
0. Lieutenant Benedict was umpire
and H. Maxoretxaky waa referee.
Ctilnrate Gamblers Arrested.
8ALEM. Or, Nov. !. (Special.) In
a raid on an alleged Chines gambling
bout today oo South High street, th
police arreated eight Chinese on charges
of gambling. A fantaa outfit and a
email amount of cash waa seised as
evidence. The Chines war released
on t.t bail aacb. . - -
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John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
SMOKER CARD MADE
McCool to Meet Cassiday at
Rose City Club's Show.
COHEN TO BOX PARSLOW
Young Lantcll and O'Connell to
Wrestle for $100 and Theoplis
AV11I Grapple With Anyone
Who Dares Meet Him.
Fred T. Merrill, manager of the Ros
City Athletic Club made one una;
chancre In his card for Wednesday
night's boxing and wrestling smoKer
yesterday, and then announced himself
Shell McCool, the clever 120-pounder
who recently outboxed Frisble. will go
on against Harry Cassiday in one of the
boxing preliminaries In place 01 jimmy
Moscow and Jack Wagner.
Ike Cohen and Frank Tarslow will
furnish the other boxing morsel of the
evening, preliminary to the main wresf
ling event between Young Santell, of
.an Francisco and elsewhere, and Eddis
O'Connell. wrestling instructor at the
Y'oung Santell and O'Connell have
each posted 1100 as a side bet and con
siderable money is being laid on this
match. It will go two falls to a finish.
Police Gazette rules to govern. Young
Santell came to I'ortland about three
weeks ago looking for O'Connell's scalp.
Ha weighs 155 pounds and O'Connell
about US pounds.
Another wretsllng morsel will be
furnished by a Greek light heavyweight
named Theoplis, a former Olympic ciuo
star of Sn Francisco, who arrived by
bo .t with Y'oung SantelL Theoplis
makes the unusual offer of ISO of his
own money to any wrestler in the
Northwest who will go into ine nns
and stay 15 minutes with. mm. Ben
Kordsen Jack Root and two or three
other 2J0-pounder.i are figuring on try
ing blm out.
There was some talk or Berg accept
ing the Greek s u0 challenge. icai
police authorities chased Berg out of
I'ortland a few years ago, following his
attempted framcup with Fred Beell.
and it has been made known that his
presence is not desired in athletic ex
hibitions In this city.
COLUMBIA PARKS WIN
SllWSOX'S DASH TO GOAL JCST AT
E.D BREAKS TIE.
Coach Mobllng'a Eleven Xavr Hold the
Lead f Ialer-Clty Football League.
Gasae Played la Ratal aad Mud.
Carl Munson carved his same in Co
lumbia Park athletics by scoring the
only touchdown of th football game
against East Portland on tb .East
Tweifth and East Davis street grounds
yesterday afternoon. With the score
0 to 0 and but 30 seconds to play. Mun son
Intercepted a forward pass and.
with beautiful interference, ran 55
yards for a touchdown. Columbia Park
won I to 1.
No attempt was made to make the
goal kick by the Columbia Park, play
ers, because Captain Edwards and his
East Portlsjiders walked off the field
when the rain started to pour, and
Referee Rupert called the game.
A cold, raw wind and rain blew
across the field and made It almost
i 1 v. l fn- .ith.r team to ODen up.
Coach Kennedy's athletes had the ball
on Columbia s lour-yara uno umiur,
the last stages of the fray, but could
not reach the goal line. The third
quarter was mainly a punting duel be
tween Duley, of the winners, and Dow
ling, of East Portland.
As a result of this win. Coach Stub
ling now leads the Inter-City Football
League without a defeat charged
against his Columbians. .East Port
land played Columbia Park to a 6-to-6
score at Columbia Park in the open
ing contest of the circuit last month.
The contest was free from any un
necessary roughness. Quite a delega
tion of fans was on hand to witness
Steps to Economy
$3.00 the Pair
Knight Shoe Co.
the struggle in mud. Killduff. Ed
wards. Fleichtinger, Oowling and Bill
Graham featured for the East Port-
mna aggregation. niiua iuutiauu,
"Rowdy" Curry, the Murphy brothers
ana uuiey appearea in me iiiuciigui
often for Columbia Park.
The Columbia Park, football team
represents the University Park Ama
teur Athletic Club, the newly-formed
organization of the Peninsula district.
The team is called Columbia Park be
cause the club was organized after the
squad had entered the Inter-City Foot
. a a
In the Spalding Football League,
nothing can keep the South Portland
football team from winning the 1915
championship. Manager Mike De Cicco's
aggregation trimmed the Columbia
Park Juniors '14 to 0 on the Columbia
Park grounds yesterday afternoon, and
although one more contest is sched
uled for South Portland against the
Junior Moose next Sunday, the result
of the fray will have no power to keep
South Portland from the title.
Trinney Jones scored a touchdown
. -i n! uardintr intercepted a
CMUIua; mm J
forward pass and ran 13 yards for an
other six points. After each touch
down no goal-kick was registered. A
safety in the third period gave the
West Siders their other two points.
Coach McKeown is claiming the 140
pound championship of Oregon. Man
ager De Cicco wants out-of-town
games. Write to him at 566 Hood street
for a Christmas or New Year's date.
BASKETBALIi GAMES SPIRITED
Houhc League riay at Multnomah
Club Drawing Xear Finals.
Two basketball games were played
in the house leagues at the Multnomah
Amateur Athletic Club yesterday morn
ing. Captain Edwards' aggregation
won the championship of the American
circuit by defeating Captain Lewis
players 17 to 11. while Captain Smyth
and Captain Towey fought it out lor
the cellar title of the National League.
Smyth won 19 to IS in, a spirited affair
The championship of the National
delegation will be settled next Thurs
day night in the club gymnasium, when
Captain Sharp's team meets Captain
Ray Toomey's five. The winner will
play a three-game series with Captain
Edwards' team, starting next Sunday
Following are the lineups of yester
F . .
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lUfcree.' liarry Fischer.
Kd arris I r . . .
C.ravelle (8) ...
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. ..(2 Wlisey
Biferec Harry rlnr-ner.
ONLY FOUrt GO OCT TO TRAPS
II. R. Evcrding Is High With 92 Per
Cent Despite Bad Weather.
Because of the bigh. cold wind and
rain of yesterday but four nimrods
i a v. flAnHitlnnu and lourneyed
out to the Jenne station grounds of
the Portland Gun Club. High man for
the day was II. R. Everding, president
of the Portland Gun Club, who broke
92 per cent or the Diuerocus.
E. H Keller and P. J. Holohan. one
of Portland's widely known profession
als, ended the day in a tie. both having
marks of 89 per cent. H. A. Pollock,
. i. .,... t. momh.r- rtf the nartv. had a
bad day, but even al that managed to
break 78 per cent. r-ians mo
made to hold a Christmas turkey shoot.
Crarso has HO perfume factories, employ
Ine .viO pprrins.
$200.00 Cash Purse
to a finish, catch-as-catch-can, two out
of three falls, Police Gazette rules to
govern, and the entire gate receipts.
Wednesday, December 1.
The Grecian Hercules, agrees to throw
four men in one hour. Will present
ssn to anv man who will stay 15
minutes on the mat with him without
' Challenges the World.
Especially invites Dr. Roller, Frank
Vance, John Berg, Ben Bordsen,
Charles Kentrope, Jack Root or any
other wrestler, of the Northwest for
Parclnw vs. Cohen McCool vs. Cassidav
Substitute boxers (in training)
j ramoiius, wcwi, xji i--n, imi v,
T !..- i Knmm.ra Allen Rrntfll. Rron-
son and many others.
Reserved Seats, l Box Seats. 91.50.
On Sale Rich's, -Sixth
aud Washington Streets. V
Mas -II jjtwtaatrjaa.
X. -tH'.t.-'Si 1
HOCKEY STARS EN ROUTE
ENTIRE SEPTET OF UNCLE SAMS TO
START PRACTICE TODAY.
Dunderdale and Murray to Arrive To
day Races Put On at Ice Rink aa
Added Saturday Feature.
Tommy Dunderdale and Tommy Mur
ray, the latter of Winnipeg, will arrive
today in time to attend the first offi
cial workouts of the Portland profes
sional ice hockey players this after
noon. Both puck chasers were sup
posed to be here yesterday, but word
was received by Manager Savage last
night that his athletes would not arrive
from the North until this morning.
Eight Uncle Sams are to be out this
afternoon at the Portland Ice Hippo
drome to go through their workout
stunts between 2 and 3 o'clock. Prac
tice will be held each day and before
Wednesday the entire squad which will
represent Portland in the Pacific Coast
Hockey Association will be on hand.
J. George Keller, assistant manager
of the Portland Ice Hippodrome, has
opened a new feature which will be held
every Sunday afternoon immediately
after the regular skating session has
been completed. Speed races will be
held. In the first race yesterday
Walter Park finished first, while Charles
Uksila, former Multnomah Amateur
Athletic Club hockey player but now one
of the Portland Uncle Sams, was second.
In the relay race the Lincoln High
School quartet, composed of G. Raab. K.
Kaufmann, H. Breidenstein and P. Will
eford, had an easy time winning from
a picked team at the Portland Ice Hip
podrome. The Lincoln boys have issued
a challenge to any relay team in Port
land for a match race. Each skater
must go a quarter of a mile, in the
relay, while the speed race is a half
i .A t,...H hanninir ahnva thn hori-
zon and serving as a screen an aurora was
observed about half an hour before Bunsr-i
at Viklns, Alberta, i'anaila, some months
ago. Numerouj brlgnt. nazy.
streamers, appearing lo nave meir ouunc
Just helovf tbe cloud." were observed dart
ing upward to a helgnt or aoouc in ui-grc j.
Every Afternoon and Evening
"W" and 23d St. Cars
Special attention to beginners
every morning, 10 to 12 o'clock.
A HARLAN, 2H IN.
CORTLEY, 2X IN.
TWO NEW STYLES, EASY TO
PUT ON AND TAKE OFF.
2 for 25 eonts
CLUETT, PEABOOV fc CO., INC. MAKER!