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THE MORXIXG OREGOXIAX, 1IONDAY, XOVEMBER 24. 1919.
EASTERN TEAM HERE
Bids Sent to Illinois, Notre
Dame and Syracuse.
BIG 10 SQUAD PREFERRED
Aggies Hope to Meet Strong Ma
chine on Multnomah Field on
Saturday, December 6.
' BY RICHARD R. SHARP.
James J. Richardson, general man
ager of student activities at Oregon
Agricultural college, yesterday dis
patched telegrams to the athletic
managers of the University of Illi
nois, champions of the big ten, middle
west conference; Syracuse university, I
considered one of the greatest teams i
in the east this season and Notre j
Lame university, one of the few un- i
defeated big elevens of the country,
putting up a proposition to them to ;
play the fast coming Oregon Aggies
on Multnomah field Saturday, De
It is the hope of the football fans
that the University of Illinois will
accept the offer to play O. A. G. here
because of their victory last Saturday
over Ohio State, previously undefeated
and considered one of the most power
ful football machines of the 1919
The showing of the Aggie team
against Washington State college on
Multnomah field Saturday convinced
the gridiron followers that the Cor
vallis lads are just hitting their
stride. Their physical condition car
ried them through Saturday's gruel
ling fracas without a single injury,
fo that they would be in ideal shape
for a post-season intersectiop con
test, the result of which would be
watched throughout the United States.
Cougari Call Off Game.
Fred J. Bohler, athletic director
at Washington State college, had
originally contracted for Syracuse
university to play the Cougars on
Multnomah field on December 6, but
yesterday announced that the game
was off as the Pullman aggregation
was not in any shape for such a game
as would be called for against a team
of Syracuse's caliber. A number of the
Cougar mainstays are through for the
.season while on the other hand the
Oregon Aggies, under the watchful
eye of Mike H. Butler, veteran trainer,
are in ideal shape and have just
begun to play real football.
financial arrangements are the
only bar to the big game coming off
on Multnomah field December 6.
In choosing Illinois, Syracuse and
Notre Dame, Richardson did so with
tho idea in mind of landing one of
the three best teams of the 1919 sea
son. Harvard, the only undefeated
eleven of note outside of Notre Dame,
is not available for the contest, so it
left Illinois. Syracuse and the South
Bend, 111, eleven.
Richardson left fox Spokane last
night with the Oregon Aggie team,
where they will tangle with Gonzaga
university Thanksgiving day. Final
arrangements will be made there with
the eastern institutions if a satisfac
tory aerreement can be reached.
lllnois has lost only one game this
season, going down to a 14-to-10 de
feat at the hands of the last wiscon
Bin eleven. Ohio State managed to de
feat Wisconsin, 3 to 0, so taking the
scores into consideration, Illinois was
rated stronger before they tackled
Ohio State Saturday. Wisconsin beat
Chicago 10 to 3 Saturday, while earlier
in the season Illinois trimmed Chi
cago 10 to 0. Michigan went, aown io
m, 29-to-7 defeat at the hands of the
Big Ten champions.
SjraruNf Playlnjc Good Game.
Syracuse has been playing wonder
ful football this year, but has had its
off days, losing two games out of
nrne games ;layed this year. Satur
day a surprise was registered when
Indiana won from them 12 to 6. The
only other team to beat Syracuse was
Washington and Jnfferson, who tri
umphed 13 to 0 the week after the
former had walloped Glenn Warner's
Pittsburg team 24 to 3. Syracuse
registered a most impressive victory
when it beat Colgate 13 to 7.
Notre Dame has not played the
teams that Syracuse has this season,
or perhaps 1 1 linois, but has regis
tered some impressive victories and
has met representative teams.
Their victory which now stands out
most is the 16-to-3 win over Indiana.
Notre Dame beat the army 12 to 9
and scored over Nebraska 14 to 9.
Following are the records of the
three elevens for the 1919 season:
University of Illinois 1919 record In
the Big Ten
Illinois .. .14! Purdue 7
l'hnuii Iowa 7
Illinois HV Wisconsin 14
Illinois in ChWapo 0
Illinois HI Minnesota 0
Illinois J'.' Michisan 1
Illinois iHohio State 7
Total ml Total
Sy 1 acuse university record, 1919
Syracuse " 1 1 A ltMars .......... n
Syracuse "7! Vermont
Syracuse . . . .
Syracuse . . . .
Syracuse . . . .
Syracuse . . . .
S rat' use . . . .
fc; m use
rying about the outcome of the game
as they have a flock of trick plays
which they have not been called upon ,
to use this season and they will open
up against the Cadets with something
new in the way of football strategy
which is expected to surprise the foot
Coach Quigley. of the blue and gold
champions, has agreed to meet any
j high school team in Oregon that con
. siders it has a claim on the state title
in a clash " with the Oregon state
championship as the stake. Eugene
high is considered as the probable
opponents for Jefferson and the con
test may be staged on Multnomah
field sometime early in December.
Jefferson will leave tomorrow for
an invasion of eastern Oregon to play
the Baker high team at Baker on
turkey day. From Baker the Demo
crats will make the jump to John
Day, where they are scheduled on
Saturday, November 29. If they return
victorious, Jefferson will have de
feated two of the best teams in east
ern Oregon and a game with the Eu
gene high eleven would be the logi
cal means of deciding the state title.
Tomorrow afternoon James John
and Columbia will play their last
game of the season while on Wednes
day Lincoln and Washington will
meet in their annual gridiron contest.
T TO PLAY AT
PASADEi AT ISSUE
Washington U..- California
Game May Decide.
EYES CENTER ON SEATTLE
GO TO MISSOULA
PULLMAN SQUAD LEAVES AFT
ER DAY OF REST HERE.
Second Stringers Will Be Used In
Clash Witb Grizzlies
The . Washington State Cougars,
after spending the Sabbath, in the
city, departed at 7 o'clock last night.
Although Athletic Director Bohler
had lnformedthe squad that if they
lost the contest to the Aggies they
would leave for home Immediately
after the game he weakened and
gave his proteges the extra vacation.
The Cougars . will not return t6
Pullman and studies but are en route
to Missoula, where they will battle
the Montana Grizzlies on Thanksgiv
ing day in the final game of the sea
Bon. The game is a northwest con
ference clash, but Coach Gus Welch
of the Cougars has announced his
Intention to play his eecond stringers
and thereby give them a bit of expe
rience for next season. Durrwachter,
who performed creditably against the
Oregon Aggies. Kotula, Yenne and
Quarterback Mclvor are four young
sters who will have an opportunity
to play the entire game in' the back-
field. Lindahl, Harold Hanley, Rufus
Schebley, twin brother of Bob, who
starred in the line against the Beav
ers Saturday, and R. King are inex
perienced linemen who will play
through the . entire clash. Herreid
and Hamilton will probably be re
tamed at the tackles for Coach
Welch will take no risk on another
defeat at the hands of the Grizzlies,
wno atways piay their best game
against Washington State.
TITLE IS SAFE
BIG TEX CHAJtPIOXSHIP LEAD
Chicago, Although Defeated
Wisconsin, Takes Third Place.
Season Marked by Upsets.
CHICAGO. Nov. 23. Pinal ranking
01 me teams In the western confer
ence football race tonight Kives XI li
nois, triumphant over Ohio State in
the spectacular 9 to 7 game yester
nay, undisputed claim to the 191
gridiron championship of the Big Ten
cnicago. although beaten by Wis
consin yesterday, finished in third
place, while Wisconsin and Minnesota
went into a tie for fourth 'place.
ine season was remarkable becaut
of the startling upsets and the tre
mendous interest in the game, which
even surpassed the pre-war days. Th
clash between Chicago and Wiscon
sinr although not a championship af
fair, drew 26.000 persons with cate
receipts of between 37.000 and $40,
000. The Ohio-Illinois contest drew
20.000 and the Michigan-Minnesota
game at Ann Arbor attracted 30,000
The final games marked the pass
ing of some brilliant stars. "Chick"
Harley, ail-American halfback, "played
his last contest for Ohio, while Chi
cago lost six men. They are Captain
Higgins, Graham, Hutchinson, Hinkle,
McDonald and Stegeman.
Meyers. Captain Carpenter and Kla
does finished their inter-collegiate ca
reers at Wisconsin.
course yesterday owing to the foot- I
college and O. A. C.
SIWASHES TO WALK PLAXK
Five Jlembers of 1 9 19 Baseball
Team on Auction Block.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Nov. 23. Five
the Pacific. Poast baseball leasrue are
to be sold or traded, it was announced
here today by William Klepper, presi
dent of the club. Klepper and Clyde
Wares, the club's new manager, are
going east soon to try to obtain five
or six major league players for next
The five Seattle men to be disposed
of are Jimmy Walsh, Jack Knight.
Ed Sweeney, Mike Kegan ana uus
Honor Will Go to Southerners
Case of Victory, but toss
Will Eliminate Bears.
The question as to which eleven
will represent the Pacific coast in
the big contest during the tourna
ment of roses in Pasadena on New
Year's day will probably be decided
n Seattle Thanksgiving oay by the
outcome of the game between the
University of Washington and the
University of California.
If California registers a victory
over Washington it will rate the trip
and honor of meeting the eastern
representative at Pasadena. On the
other hand, if the University of
Washington scores a victory over
California the Bears will be elimin
ated, having lost to. Washington
State college 14 to 0.
A victory for the purple and gold
over Andy Smith s Bruins will put
Oregon in a position where the Pasa
dena committee will be forced to
pick that team as it did in 116 to
defend the western slope's honor in
the annual intersectional clash.
At this time in addition to generally
being considered the best football
team in the west, Oregon's record
gives it a just claim. A Washington
victory over California will permit
Jump" Hunt's husky aggregation to
finish . the season with two Pacific
coast conference victories and one
defeat. The same standing in the
percentage column has mighty Oregon.
But the lemon-yellow licked the
Puget sound men 24 to 13, and out
played them. "Shy" Huntington's
team s one loss was a bard-breaking
one. or when the Cougars tripped
them up here two weeks, ago they
were outplayed by the Eugene crowd
in every department of the game, the
ball being in Pullman territory most
of the time, Welch's line holding on
the two-yard line on two different
In addition to this Oregon has a
northwest conference win over Idaho,
27 to 6. True, Hunt's team beat
Whitman 120 to 0. but the Walla
Walla men only averaged 158 pounds
and were not formidable op-onents.
Steelier Throws Draak Twice.-
KEARNEY, Neb., Nov. 23. In the
wrestling match here last night Joe
Stecher defeated Tom Drack in
straight falls.-the first in 43 minutes,
the second in 26 minutes, both wth a
body scissors. -
HANDBALL PLAY IS BOOKED
LOS ANGELES MEN TO MEET
Visiting Competitors Protest
Multnomah Club Meet.
JUDGES DECLARED UNFAIR
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Will Ranft and George Klawiter
Expected to Arrive In Port
land Today From South.
Duncan Gets Gifts.
Gifts bestowed on Pat Duncan of
the Cincinnati Reds by citizens of his
home town of Jackson. O.. included a
paid-up life membership in the Elks,
with the certificate all bound up in a
gold rase. Pat values it h Igher than
anything else they gave him.
At the meeting of the tournament
of roses football committee in Pasa
dena last week nothing definite was
done towards signing up either an
eastern or western team and only
tentative plans for arranging with
institutions were discussed.
The meeting was to have started
off with a banquet and ended with
the business but evidently started and
ended as a banquet.
This year the committee has
watched the work of Illinois, Ohio
State, Pittsburg, Harvard, Colgate,
Syracuse, Dartmouth, Pennsylvania
and Notre Dame.
Illinois, Harvard. Syracuse and
Notre Dame are the teams that have
the edge and as the result of Satur
day's victory over Ohio State, Illinois
may be the team selected. It seems
impossible to get Harvard to make
the trip as the policy of the univer
sity does not encourage such pro
The Multnomah Amateur Athletic
club squad went through a strenuous
two-hour session of practice on Mult
namoh field yesterday morning get
ting -in shape for Oregon Thursday
afternoon here. Coach Philbrook had
his machine going through the paces
like a clock yesterday and the men
are .working with a vengeance for the
The first eleven is showing up well
in practice and looks better than at
any time during the season. The
players are showing some real spirit
and are getting in on the plays as
if they meant business.
GOLF CLUB PLANS DAXCE
Party Also Will Be Held Saturday
The Portland Golf club will stage a
Thanksgiving dance and party at the.
clubhouse next Saturday night, No
C. C. Wintermute. chairman of the
house committee, is handling the ar
rangements for the affair and prom
ises one grand time. Wintermute has
already signed up the jazziest jazz
orchestra he could find and will have
the clubhouse attractively decorated
for the first big social event of the
season at the Portland Golf club. A
buffet supper will be served.
A turkey tournament will hold the
attention of the golfers at the
Raleigh station links today. Little
play was recorded on the Portland
Stacy Hamilton, chairman of the
Multnomah Athletic club handball
committee, has announced that Will
Ranft of the Los Angeles Athletic club
and holder of the National A. A. U.
handball championship and George
Klawiter, one of the other top-notch-ers
of the Los Angeles club, will ar
rive here today.
A double match has been scheduled
between the Los Angeles men and
two - of the Multnomah club crack
players for Wednesday night, before
the big boxing and wrestling tourna
ment. Two singles matches are on
the boards for Friday evening. No
vember 28. at 7:30 P. M.
Multnomah club will be represented
by two of its best players, as deter
mined by a tournament now being
played. Ray Watkins, the old club
champion, undoubtedly will be one of
the players as he is getting back into
Considerable Interest is being shown
at the club in this event, as it is the
first inter-club affair in the handball
line which has been staged here.
Handball is a prominent sport in
both clubs, and the Los Angeles fans
undoubtedly will be watching the out
come with as much interest as is
Unfortunately the seatin g capacity
of the galleries In the Multnomah
courts is rather limited. Ten two
singles matches on Friday night are
going to be staged at the same time
in order to give the largest number
of fans an opportunity to see at least
one of the matches.
The club will charge an admission
sufficient to defray the expenses
the Los Angeles men in coming up
here. On account of the limited seat
ing -capacity the demand for ticket
probably will exceed the- supply.
Tickets are on sale at the club office.
Harry Eddus Rates Patterson of
Olympic Club as Best Driver
Ever Seen Here.
BY HARRY EDDAS.
Happy Kuehn. diving In the suit of
Multnomah club,' won the national
junior diving title in a field of five
other contestants in the club tank
Saturday night. Eugene Field, ex-
Los Angeles star, but dlvinrr for Spo
kane, took second honors, with Pat
terson of Olympic club third.
Patterson showed himself to be the
best diver competing. He was mak
ing circles around the others when
in his two and a half front he hit
the. water flat, thus losing the junior
title. Patterson was a revelation to
the divers and fans of the city, no
prettier ctiver ever having been seen
in competition here.- Patterson is
pupil of Syd Cavill, famous as coach
or the Olympic club.
ieids and Pinkston both Droved
memseives divers of the first e-rari
i he visitors all were better divers
than the local boys.
Much dissatisfaction resulted from
ine awaraing or first honors to
tt.uenn. - ihe visitors declared that the
Multnomah judges were not fair and
telegraphed their respective clubs and
coacnes to this effect.
Competent Judges Needed.
Is it impossible to tr e t rninn.tp.it
judges for a diving meet? If a Mult-
noman diver visits either the T.os An
seies or Olympic clubs .nd competes
meet ne naa not a ehost of
Bhow in placing: higher than the local
taient. mis has been the -nii nf
much dissatisfaction anions the divers
oi me coast and also the cause of
many divers and fans loslnsr Interest
in me same. just why a little
sportsmanship on the part of the en
tertaining: club is not shown and why
in the event of any question the visi
tors do not set the benefit of the
doubt is hard to understand.
Personally, in the diving meet at
the Multnomah club on si,.,ji,.
night, 1 had Patterson leading until
he missed on his two and a half front
Pinkston running close second and
Fields third; Patterson, following his
miss, dropping to third and Pinkston
and Fields rising to first and second
Smead of Multnomah performed
wonderfully well, claiming second
iiuuura among ine local boys. Don
Striker performed well, although he
jma iiui quite overcome- n
nitting tne board, as he did n a spring
Southern League Meeting Set.
- MEMPHIS, Tenn., Nov. 23. The
Southern league's big issue to come
up at the annual meeting here on De
cember 15 will be the number of "vet
erans" to be allowed on a club. Last
season not more than seven men who
had previously played in class A could
be used under the league rule. Some
of the club magnates and most of the
managers and fans think such a rule
lowered the class of ball played and
they advocate a 15-piayer limit, with
ten of the number men who have
played class A ball previous to 1920.
There is a strong faction that will
stick for the rule as it stands, how
ever. Bob Allen, who Is lining up a
team of youngsters without previous
professional experience for next year,
is strong for the rule and thinks he
can so shape things under it that Lit
tle Rock will win the pennant next
White Salmon 5 9, Stevenson 0.
WHITE SALMON. Wash., Nov. 23.
(Special.) The White Salmon high
school football team defeated the
high school team from Stevenson
here by a score of 59 to 0. This closes
the season for the Mid-Columbia
Brooklyn Gets Youngster.
A new Brooklyn pitching acquis!
tion is Paul F. Schrieber, who hails
from Florida. He is 19 years of age
stands six feet and weighs 190 pounds
He attracted the attention of a Brook
lyn scout because of his good work
with an independent team in Jack
Colorado Aggies' Title Safe.
DENVER, Colo., Nov. 23. With the
1919 championship safely tucked away
in the percentage column, Colorado
Agricultural college will clash next
Thursday with Colorado college, run-
ners-up in the Rocky Mountain con
ference gridiron race.
c a package
before the war
c a package
during the war
THE FLGUOR LUSTS
SO DOES THE PRICES
Dlvlnj? Points Announced.
Kuehn 157.01. Fields 140.93. Patterson
139.18, Pinkston 133.73, Smead 120.59
au oiryKer iut.zt.
The junior racine nv-nu t.-A
Multnomah had some mighty fine ma
terial in its aquatic department. Vic
tor Leslie was the lunior RhntL-inD
up best in the events for the vounir-
The 100-yard senior race was the
best on the programme and o r
ford, Multnomah's distance man,
sprung a surprise when he won the
century sprint from Enegrene and
Wilsey. The time was slow in com
parison to former meets.
The 50-yard, won by Wilsey, was
battle between himself and Ene
grene, in which both finished closely.
The 50 also was made in poor time.
The night-gown race brought the
house down, with Lindstrom in his
lace-bedecked nightie winning easily
from Morehouse and Hosford.
Water-Polo Game Is Poor.
The water-polo game scheduled be
tween the two teams of Multnomah
proved poor, each player s motto be
ing "every man for himself." Much
time was wasted by fouling and
much time and. effort wasted by tho
players trying to make long throws
at the goal. Only those goals thrown
from close range passed the goal
tender. Patterson's team won with
four goals to Hosford's three.
The visiting divers left town yes
terday, Pinkston going to Corvallis
in the afternoon and Patterson and
Fields going to San Francisco and
Multnomah women's water-polo
team has disbanded before it even had
a chance to play a game.
Pinkston. the Xan ri.go diver com
peting in the -livinar Saturday night,
was the winner of the'national junior
tumbling title at the Panama-Pacific
International exposition at San Fran
cisco in 1915.
The national 440-yard relay swim
and the national water-polo meet will
be staged at tbe same time in San
Francisco. This is made necessary
owing to the fact that it will requiro
several thousands of dollars to tage
the water-polo meet alone. The Illi
nois Athletic club Is the holder of both
titles and relay swimmers are mem
bers of the plo team. This will
avoid the bringing of the men to 'he
bination working and the team
strong for this time of the year.
Bierhalter Trains Browns.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Nov. 23. William
("Two Bits") Biernalter, trainer for
the St. Louis Browns, is this fall act
ing as trainer for the football squad
of Ohio Wesleyan university. It is
said he can also have the job for
track and baseball squads next spring
if he wants it, but he is not likely t
desert the Browns.
Kelso lossers Beat Alumni. .
KELSO. Wash., Nov. 23. (Special.)
The Kelso high school basketball
team defeated a team of alumni play
ers Friday. 36 to 10. The alumni
were completely outclassed. Super
intendent Lee F. Jones, who is coach
ing the-high school, has a good com -
McMinnvillc Defeats Pacific.
McMINXVlLLE, Or., Nov. 23.
(Special.) Tne McMinnville college
treshman oasketball team decisively
defeated the rooks from Pacific col
lege here last night. The game was
clean and fast throughout, but the
teamwork of the McMinnville team
was too much for Pacific. The final
'score was 38 to 12. The line-up of the
teams was as follows:
Pacific Collwre. AIcMJnnvllle.
C.Cook 2 . . . ,
Edwards 6. -Conway
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championship of central Oregon Fri
day at Redmond, Prineville winning,
20 to 6. This victory makes Prine
ville the undisputed champion of cen
tral Oregon, having won eight sanies
out of nine played. Caymer and
Brosterhouse starred brilliantly for
Bend and the team played as a unit.
rollowing is the line-up:
Claypool R E Miller
Claymer KT D. Mills
Hrutls K U lioou. Miner
PRIXEVILLE CLINCHES TITLE
Bend Defeated, 2 0 to 6, in Central
Oregon Championship Game.
PRIN'EVILLK. Or., Nov. 23. (Spe
cial.) Prineville and Bend played
the final eame of football for the
Notre Dame university
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13i Colgate 7
i Indiana 12
fiV Mt. Union 0
.".rVVVrpt. Mate Normal 0
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lt' Indiana 3
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l.ti Michigan Assies. . 0
MULTNOMAH CLUB TEAM IN ACTION YESTERDAY MORNING ON THE WINGED "M" GRIDIRON GETTING READY FOR OREGON THURSDAY.
3 SCHOOL GAMES ARE LEFT
JEFFERSON SIKE OF TITLE,
REGARDLESS OF RESULTS.
Blue and Gold Squad to Meet Hill
Military Eleven on Mult
nomah Field Today.
Three more games remain to be
played in the interscholastic football
league before the curtain rings down
on the 1919 season with Jefferson
High. 1918 champions, again carrying
off the honors. The blue and gold
equad will meet the HiY Military
academy eleven this afternoon on
Multnomah field. Regardless of the
outcome of the contest Jefferson will
still be the undisputed champions as
their nearest rivals, the James John
team, lost its chance to tie with Jef
ferson for first place when the double
1 J aggregation played a 0-0 tie with
Franklin last week.
There is a slim chance of the Demo
crats being beaten this afternoon by
Hill, although the Cadets are expected
to give Coach Quigley's boys a hard
The Jefferson griddera are not wor
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