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THE SUNDAY OREGOMAN. PORTLAND, OCTOBER 27, 1913.
SPOKANE LADS WIN
20-6 OFF LINCOLN
North Central High Displays
Wonderful Skill in Use of
LOSERS SCORE NEAR END
Portland Eleven Braces and Ilolds
Visitors to No Score In Last Two
Periods Game Is Seen by
Crowd of 1500 Persons.
Playing with remarkable precision
and exhibiting an almost uncanny con
trol of the forward pass, the North Cen
tral High School, of Spokane, walloped
the Lincoln High. 1911 Portland foot
ball champions, 20 to 6, before 1500
wildly enthusiastic spectators yesterday
on Multnomah Field.
Coach Sam Moyer"s visiting eleven
ran the Llncolns off their feet at the
Jump, and when the first half ended
the store stood 20 to .0. Lincoln was
gradually regaining confidence and
playing a desperate game when the
whistle blew with the ball In their
possession on Spokane's 25-yard line,
closing the first half.
Lincoln' Offense Stiffens.
The locals had the best of the second
half all the way through, principally,
perhaps, because Spokane's orders were
to kick on every third down and play
a strictly defensive game. Lincoln's
touchdown came Just as the whistle
blew, calling everything off. A forward
pass over the goal line, Kennedy to
Eustace Groce, did the work. After
Groce missed the goal kick the game
The day was fine for football, and as
the field was entirely covered with saw
dust the forward pass was utilized by
both squads with deadly effect. Port
land negotiated six successful passes
in 11 attempts, each from 15 to 20
yards In length, while Spokane manipu
lated nine in 15 attempts, scoring the
first touchdown in six minutes of play
by a pass over the goal line. Rouse to
Adams, that sailed 21 yards.
The Spokanes got their plays off like
a college eleven. . Their clean maneu
vering throughout furnished a good ob
ject lesson for Portland interscholastlc
teams, which have been exhibiting a
rough-hous0 disposition. Lincoln played
clean, too, and the game was a' thrilling
battle from start to finish.
Visitors Fool Lincoln.
On the klckoft the visitors sent the
ball to Linqpln, but the Portland team
lost yardage instead of gaining.
Briley. the Btar tackle for Spokane,
made seven yards on the first plunge.
After the ball changed hands Half
back Smith fared even better, making
12 yards. With the assistance of Rouse
the ball was brought to a point about
18 yards from Lincoln's goal. Then
Lincoln saw the first display of Spo-
E. Smith fell upon his knees In the
sawdust, scraped a neat little place on
the shavings and made all the prepara
tion for a place kick for the goal but
a short distance away. Not a single
Lincoln player "smelled a rat," al
though Coach Borleske, who has seen
Coach Moyer work before, knew that It
would not be a place kick. A long
well-directed pass. Smith to Rouse,
who stoow as If ready to. kick the ball,
followed. It took Lincoln so completely
by surprise, that not one of the local
men tried to intercept the pass.
Later in the game It was tried again
by the Spokane boys. Rouse making a
beautiful throw of the ball, which
would have netted the team 35 yards or
more had Abrams not fallen In the
Spokane's Gains Shorter.
After a talking-to, by Borleske, Lin
coln came out for the second half of
the game and stopped the long gains
into their territory via the pass. Sev
eral were negotiated by the Spokane
boys in the second half but they were
for shorter gains.
Lincoln also deserves credit for the
way It came to the front with Its open
work. It made most of Its gains by
the air line In the latter part of the
game. Of six successive pases In the
last quarter four were successful. They
netted a total of 61 yards and without
their assistance Lincoln would not have
scored. In fact, the longest pass of the
game was made by Groce to Mulkey.
This gave the team 32 yards.
Lincoln also tried a place-kick from
the 20-yard line In the fourth quarter
but the bail fell far below the cross
bar. Spokane punted out. but Kennedy
returned to the 30-yard line and then
Groce. Mulkey and Kennedy made yard
age enough to bring the ball to the 10
yard line, from where the scoring pass
For Spokane, Rouse, Abrams and
Briley did most of the feature work.
Krogstad, entering later In the game,
also made himself conspicuous by his
work at guard.
Kennedy and Groce, by their good de
fensive and offensive play, aided Lin
coln greatly. George Busch, a recruit,
who played his first game yesterday,
was another star, blocking punts and
breaking up Spokane score-concoctions
Lincoln Hlsn North Central
R. Groce L BR
. .L. T R Riley
...... L G R... Jones
R O L. ..Krogstad. Smith
, R T L Goddard
R EL.. (Capt.) Abrams
........ Q B.... Rouse
L H R.. Bkadan. Harris
Dudley, Henderson. .F B E. Smith
Mulkey R H L Van Dissell
Touchdowns Abrams i, E. tmiin x.
Owen 1. and E. Oroce L Kicked goal from
touchdown Rouse 2.
Officlals Roscoe Fawcstt. referee: Mar
tin Pratt, umpire: James U. Cassell. head
PORTLAND GOLFERS ARE THIRD
Seattle Wins Xorthwest Honors by
SEATTLE, Oct., 26. Seattle won the
Northwest team cup golf match today
by seven points.
The teams, each consisting of eight
players, finished in the following or
der: Seattle 26 down; Victoria 33 down;
Portland 56 down; British Columbia
Club (Vancouver, B. C.) 67 down;
Shaughnessy Heights Club (Vancouver,
B. C.) 117 down; Tacoma 123 down;
Kverett 130 down.
Smith Ten-Mile Champion.
NEW YORK, Oct 26. Harry Smith,
formerly of the Pastime Athletio Club,
New York, and now unattached, won
the Amateur Athletic Union National
ten-mile championship run at the East
ern Motordrome, Newark, N. J., today
He finished ten yards ahead of Louis
Scott of South Paterson, N. J., last year's
champion, in 53:51 2-5. Twelve men
took part in the seven-mile walk for
the National championship, which has
not been competed for since 1S84. Al
Voellmeke, of the Pastime Athletic
Club, won by 20 yards, in 65:48. .
SCENES OF YESTERDAY'S DEFEAT OF LINCOLN HIGH
'". .r -
GOPHERS 56; IOWA 7
Hawkeyes Prove Easy Prey in
OUTCOME IS UNEXPECTED
Record of Losers Against Stagg's
Men Made It Seem as Though
Iowa Might Be Victor Af
. ter Eight Years Loss.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 26. Minnesota
met Iowa today and the Gophers
walked over and bucked through the
Hawkeyes, making, gains at their
own will. When tb& processional was
completed at the end of the final
quarter the score stood: Minnesota E6,
Iowa 7, the Hawkeyes scoring on
snllt nlava and double passes which
the Minnesota substitutes could not
With the Iowans" record against
Chicago last Saturday back of them
and-with chances seemingly good of
lifting the stigma of eight years- of
defeat, the final outcome of the game
was a surprise to juannesou iuu
ers. Game KrfVy From Start.
From the first, however, the Goph
ers had the game their own way,
McAlmon, Erdall and Toueison ma.
i i..iMnn" olmnat at will On the
A. - J'
ng slides almost at win mowun vt v t.ia " --
. . ..... j i -. fnrivanl MLHS I .a!1 a manw .hn.t nlnnffol thrntlffh
successfully for a ground gainer and
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Minnesota scored in tne iirst x uu
bill after Minnesota's kickoff being
in Iowa territory the entire time.
Tollefson kicked goal.
Taklng the nail irom ner uvu u-
yard Hue at the beginning of the
second quarter, Minnesota started a
second quarter, Minnesota - tne quarter, maae many iumoies u
. . . j n.A.aD.AM Hown the field. Thelnimta omH nartnn xsrhn Wfl A In fl-t CPU
Gophers went through the line at
will. TolleJson drop kicked from the
37-yard line, the ball passing directly
hot ween th goal posts. The score at
the end of the first half was Minne
sota 28, Iowa 0.
Split Plays Possle.
hall on the first
jr at auuo vw...
down after Minnesota's kickoff In the
third quarter and aroppea n "
tackle. Shaughnessy recovering and
running 28 yards to a touchdown.
pinkiB" Havward. who went in at
auarter for Tollefson, kicked goal.
Again Iowa ianea iu mvc b"'""
.i.. i,i.iiifr Minnesota ploughed
through the line, Lawler, who went
In for Ordall, Hayward and McAlmon
making gains at will. Twice within
10 minutes ucauhou umuo
downs, Hayward kicking goal eaca
time. . . ,
t it.. fmirth nnarter. with both
teams using substitutes freely. Iowa
took a brace and on split plays which
seemed to baffle Minnesota s uuu
tutes put the ball over for a touch
down! the credit going to Van Meter,
substituting for larsons. Hanson
kicked goal. Minnesota also scored on
end runs and slides, i.awier carrying
the ball across and Hayward kicking
UTAH OPEN PLAY IS EFFECTIVE
Colorado School of Mines Defeated
by 1 8 -to-3 Score.
nu'iw-inpT npt 2G. The new style of
open play formation triumphed over the
old llne-bucklng game here today, and
the University of Utah eleven defeated
the Colorado School of Mines 18 to S.
The two Komneys and Fitzpatrick
played a dashing- game fop Utah, mas
lng long gains on end runs and forward
passes. The Miners were aoie to gain
only on a tncK piay tnrougu kh k""-'"
and on end runs by Quarterback Har
per. In the first quarter, a forward pass
from Lon to Otto Romney and a 85-yard
run by the latter brought a touchdown.
EttnDtrfi.ir ntipri At iroal. The - same
thing was repeated In the second quar
ter, but a Mines man was jouieu
Interference an the ball was brought
,si tha as-vnrd line. Toward the
end of this quarter Lon Komney went
through left tackle ror a toucnuown.
They failed at goal. The Mines
. ,v,.na thoir attack in the third
quarter, and In the fourth quarter Har
per kicked a drop over tne gom yu-i
from the 28-yard line. Having demor
alized the Mines players by their open
formations, Utah suddenly concentrated
their attack on left tackle, and went
down the field for 40 yards to a third
touchdown. Sutherland missea goal.
MICHIGAN LOSES TO SYRACUSE
Yost's Men Surprised by Score of 18
to 7 Castle Stars,
cvp a itts'F! 1M "V. Oct. 26. The Syra
cuse eleven found itself today In the
game against the university 01 ancni
gan, and -Hurry Up" Yosfs team was
defeated 18 to 7. The game, which was
played on a wet field and with a light
rain falling, was the most spectacular
yet seen here.
Lewis Castle, right halfback of the
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X, Spokane About to Shoot the Forward
Pass of the Game Which Resulted In
the First Score 2, Rome Kicking
Goal 3, Abrams, Star End vf Spo-
" kane 4, Briley. Star Tackle on the
Orange, was the particular star, mak
ing a 45-yard run for a touchdown afier
scooping up the ball and dashing by
two Michigan backs. He made another
and around tne nne.
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making several sensa
tional tackles and receiving one for-
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jor Micnigan, captain inomson miu
Craig played the best game. Huebel,
the quarter, made many fumbles of
For Michigan, Captain Thomson and
ter ajao made several bad passes which
pr0ved disastrous for the Ann Arbor
SALEM BOY IS ADDITION TO
FOOTBALL SQUAD OF WIli
Small, of Willamette University.
SALEM. Or- Oct. 22. (Special.)
The biggest football squad
ever seen at Willamette has been
out for practice, xne average
weight of the men Is the light
est on record.
A va K UttlA rmatartal has
been uncovered among the incom
ing freshmen. Young, a former
player of the Lincoln High School
or rortiana, is aoing gooa worn
and may land a place. Small, a
speedy sprinter nailing irom oa
lem, is rapidly improving in his
work and will make all candi
dates tor a backfield place work
Regardless of the material
coming In from the colleges of
law and medicine, which open too
late to be of use in the - early
games.; Willamette will be weak-
n r o n H HirhtAr than in VASTS.
However, there is more interest
taken in the team than ever he-
fir thtt students knowinsr that
with the rapidly Increasing reg
istration each year material will
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NEW PLAYS IN VOGUE
0. A. C. Team Put Through
VACATION GRANTED TODAY
Corvallls Boys Take in Pnllnran
Eugene Game at ' University
City Hauser Out to Prac-
tice Only Twice. v
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE. Corvallls, Oct 26. (Special.)
The strenuous losing battle which the
Beaver pigskin warriors fought with
the Multnomah Club last Saturday aft
ernoon in Portland has Justified the
dope artists here in painting future
prospects in somewhat brighter shades
of color. The progress of this game,
which was the first big contest of the
season for the Oregon Agricultural
College team was followed eagerly by
a large crowd of students who listened
to the returns as they were brought
from Multnomah field over a leased
Had Evenden and Hauser been in
good condition for the contest and had
ex-Captain May been in the game many
fans believe that the story of last Sat
urday's mix-up might read differently.
Developments since the return of the
team from Portland, have been along
the line of the introduction of new
plays. A number of the men came out
of the big game a little the worse for
the hard wear and Coach Do lan has
given the sore muscles and stiff Joints
easy workouts during the entire week
permitting the squad to indulge in but
one light scrimmage and "Amy" Hauser
was barred from this scramble which
resulted in a general mud bath.
Captain Sltton has been' kept out
of practice since the first of the week
and Hauser has been able to run the
signals but two evenings since the
Multnomah game. Evenden is still hav
ing trouble with his knee and "Hunky"
Shaw is nursing a bruised hip with
which he stopped one of last Saturday's
The gloom cast over the camp by
these injuries Is offset to a consider
able degree by the sight of May In togs
again and the promise that he will
soon be back In the game. The boys
have .another week of rest before they
meet Washington State College at Pull
man on November 1 and the time will
be none too long to permit the O. A. C.
men to get into physical condition for
the contest. . Coach Dolan granted the
squad a holiday yesterday and took
them to Eugene to witness the W. S.
C.-U. of O. game. The O. A. C. foot
ball schedule for November follows:
Washington State College at Pull
man, November 1.
University of Washington at Port
land, November 9.
Whitman College at Corvallls, No
vember 16. '
Occidental College at Los Angeles,
PURDUE BEATEN" BY CHICAGO
Pierce Scores Only Touchdown of
Game in First Period.
CHICAGO, Oct. 26. Chicago made an
other stride toward the "big nine"
championship today by beating Purdue
University, 7 to 0, on Marshall field.
The score was the smallest registered
by the Maroons against Purdue in 11
Pierce bucked through the visitors'
line' for the only touchdown of the
game ten minutes after the battle start
ed. The- rest of the contest consisted
of punting and alternate clashes of
brilliant straight football, Chicago ex
celling in ground gaining.
Elementary tactics were largely to
blame for the small Chicago score. The
Maroons undoubtedly could have rolled
up more points, but relied solely on
straight football and occasional for
: Chicago scored . its first touchdown
in the -first period. Pierce going over
from Purdue's five-yard line. Sellers
Failure to execute forward passes
successfully robbed Chicago of chances
to score In the second period. The
score at the end of the second period,
Chicago 7, Purdue 0.
Fumbling of forward passes also pre
vented Chicago from scoring In the
PULLMAN GETS 7,
Pinkham's Men Play Desper
ately, but Keinholz' Foot
COOK'S WORK BRILLIANT
Engene Fulrback Shines on Offense
and Defense and Cornell, Who
. Plays Quarter for Time,
UNIVERSITY OP OREGON, Eugene,
Or., Oct. 26. (Special.) By crossing
Oregon's goal line in the first quarter
and holding Coach Pinkham's men at
bay the remainder of the game, Wash
ington State College won today's foot
ball battle on Kincaid Field by a score
of 7 to 0.
Oregon fought desperately to score
during the last three quarters and the
Pullman goal line was menaced several
times, but the punting of Keinholz and
the rallying powers of the Northerners
at crucial moments saved the day. Ore
gon relied largely on straight football,
and only once worked the forward pass
successfully, while the visitors were
more shifty and frequently skirted the
Oregon tackles and ends.
Oregon's Line Weak.
The Harter brothers, In the line,
played a great defensive game for
Washington State, while Coulter at
right half and Foster, at fullback, ex
celled In carrying the ball. Keinholz,
left half, performed brilliantly on the
Cook, the big fullback,' was Oregon's
star, both on offense and defense, but
Anson Cornell, the 127-pound midget,
electrified the crowd with his open
field running during the brief time he
was in the game. Caufield, at center,
and Bailey, at right tackle, proved the
stars In a line which was riddled by
the Pullman attack. ,
Pullman's dash and speed at the open
ing of the game surprised the spec
tators and swept her opponents oi'f
their feet. Bradshaw kicked 35 yards
into the visitors' territory. Pullman
began a steady march toward the goal
line, attacking Oregon's left wing.
Foster made ten yards through left
guard and Coulter worked the same
side for yardage. Pullman tried the
forward pass three times, negotiating
the third to Tyrer for ten yards. Kein
holz hit the line for eight yards.
Bradshaw Recovers Fumble.
With the ball In the visitors' posses
sion on Oregon's 15-yard line, Bradshaw
fell on a fumble. On Oregon's first at
tempt Parsons tore off 12 yards around
Pullman's right end. Oregon failed to
pierce the Northrners' line and Brad
shaw punted 15 yards. Pullman gained
20 yards on a forward pass to Dletz.
Oregon's line held, but on a fake place
kick Tyrer caught a forward pass for
a 15-yard gain.
With the ball only a few feet from
the goal line. Coulter was shoved over
for the winning touchdown. Foster
kicked goal. Score, Pullman 7, Oregon 0.
McClelland relieved Soden at left
guard. Oregon recovered the ball on
the 35-yard line after Bradshaw's kick
off. Oregon was held for downs and
on a long punt by Keinholz the ball
rolled almost to Oregon's goal line.
Oregon began a march down the
field using Cook and Parsons through
the line repeatedly for yardage. The
quarter ended with the ball In Oregon's
possession on their opponents' 35-yard
Oregon resumed her march through
the Washington State line In the second
quarter, but was finally held on the 15
yard line. Time was taken out for
George Harter. On an exchange of
kicks Oregon was forced back into her
Forward Pass Falls.
Holden replaced Farias at right guard
at the beginning of the second half.
Bradshaw kicked 35 yards. Bailey piled
up two plays for big losses. Cook,
Parsons and Walker carried the ball to
Pullman's four-yard line. Here Walker
tried for a forward pass over the line,
which failed. Pullman kicked out from
the 20-yard line. This was Oregon's
best opportunity to score.
Penalties forced the ball back Into
Oregon's territory. The plea of the
Oregon supporters was answered by the
substitution of Cornell for Walker at
quarter. Walker replacing Brledwell at
half. Cornell made a great catch of
Keinholz' punt and ran 25 yards
through a broken field. The third quar
ter ended with the ball In Pullman's
possession In Oregon territory.
At the opening of the fourth quarter
Keinholz tried for "a place kick from
the 20-yard line and failed. Cornell
gained 25 yards on a short pass and
fake kick and 10 more on a fake pass.
With 'the ball on Pullman's 25-yard
line, Fenton was substituted for Anun
sen to receive a forward pass. Fenton
scooped the ball on the five-yard line,
but Varnell brought It back saying it
had touched the ground. Oregon then
lost her last chance to score.
The game ended with the ball in Ore
gon's possession near the center of "the
W. S. C Position. . Oregon.
Diets R S L,.. Anunsen, Fenton
F. GofC It T L Grout
A. Goff R Q 1. Soden. McClelland
G. Harter C Caufield
T. Harter ...... . .L G R. ... .Farris. Holden
0 T T O Tl.ll..
aUVBF . .,. ... ... . OOIICJ
Tyrer .L G R Bradshaw
Gaddis 1 Walker, Cornell
Coulter R H Z.. Brledwell. Walker
Kelnhols i. H R Parsons
Foster F. , Cook
Varnell, Spokane, referee; Schmidt. Port
land umpire: Aver, Eugene, head linesman.
Touchdown Coulter. Goal from touchdown
QUEEN AJfVE VICTORS, 33 TO 0
Aberdeen High School Is Whipped
by Fast Seattle Eleven.
ABERDEEN, Wash., Oct. 26. (Spe
eiaL) Queen Anne, of Seattle, In a
clean, decisive game, whipped Aberdeen
High School, 33 to 0, here today, scores
being made on five touchdowns and
three goal kicks. Baker played a great
game for the visitors, making the first
touchdown after a minute and one-half
Touchdowns were made, one In the
first," one In the second, -one In the
third and two in the fourth quarters.
Aberdeen had no chance of a touch
down throughout the entire game, save
when but one and one-half minutes of
play remained and the locals rushed
the ball to Seattle's three-yard line,
where the ball was lost on downs and
Seattle kicked it out of danger.
ASTORIA LOSES CLOSE GAME
HiU Military School of Portland
Winner of Hard, Clean Contest.
ASTORIA, Or., Oct. 25 (Special.)
Hill Military Scfiool football team of
Portland, defeated the Astoria High
School eleven this afternoon. In a
closely-contested game by a score of
7 to 6. The game was a hard-fought
one throughout and most Interesting
from a spectacular point of view. With
. . . . i . 1 Vol!
tne kick-oil Asiunt csmmt vo tv.
down the line for a touchdown, but
failed on a punt out. Hill's score came
near the close of the second quarter,
when Day got away on a fake punt,
secured a touchdown and kicked a
With the opening of the second half,
Astoria secured the kick and walked
to Hill's four-yard line, but on account
of a misunderstanding of the number
of downs, the ball was given to Hill
which punted out of danger. After
that neither goal was In danger. The
game" was clean and entirely devoid of
rough work. The Astoria eleven was
handicapped by four of the regular
players being out on account of sick
ness. WILLAMETTE VICTOR BY 40
Pacific University Eleven Beaten
Easily by Methodists.
FOREST GROVE, Or., Oct. 26. (Spe
cial.) Willamette University proved an
easV victor over the light Pacific team
today by a score of 40 to 0. Forward
passes and short end runs proved the
undoing of the defeated team. Large
gains were made by the Methodists at
opportune times for scoring.
The first quarter opened with Pacific
stubbornly fighting to keep the big
Salem backs from making yardage.
Paciflo's line held, but often their backs
misjudged their opponents' plays, by
which many pretty passes were suc
cessful. The first half ended 18 to 0. The
second was a repetition of the first,
Willamette making most of its points
in the last part of the half. For the
visitors Francis was the star with Ho
man and Blackwell also doing stellar
work. For Pacific Shearer and Tupper
fought desperately, and Leonard' and
Burlingham In the line showed up well.
Pacific was outweighed 10 pounds to the
man. The lineup:
Willamette. Position. Pacific
Blackwell C Leonard
Drake R G L Rasmussen
Watson R T L. Burlingham
Young R E L Frost. House
Day Li G R Benjamin
Bolt Li T R Livingston
Homan Q icN,e"
Ersklne R H L, .Taylor
Francis. L, H R Tupper
Rowland F B Shearer
Carl Smith, referee; Hurlburt. umpire;
Cate. head linesman. Time of quarters, 18
Australians 18, Berkeley 0.
BERKELEY, Cal., Oct. 26. The
Australian Waratahs drubbed the Uni
versity of California Rugby team 18
to 0, in a drizzling rain on California
field today. Until nearly the close of
the first half the California boys held
the visitors away from their own goal
line, and much of the time kept the
ball in Waratah territory. But toward
the end they, gave way before the
dribbling rushes and long skillful punts
of the Waratahs.
Colorado 75, Wyoming 0.
BOULDER, CoL, Oct. 26. The Uni
versity of Colorado defeated the Uni
versity of Wyoming here today 75 to
0, resorting to straight football only.
In the second half eight substitutes
were used by Colorado. Burgess, the
star Wyoming captain, who was in
jured in the game with Colorado Col
lege two weeks ago, was In a suit on
the field, but did not play.
Albany High 6, Lebanon High 0.
LEBANON, Or.. Oct. 26. (Special.)
The first high school football game of
the season here took place today be
tween Lebanon and Albany. Albany
won 6 to 0, making a touchdown on a
fumbled punt by Lebanon. Lebanon
made more yardage than their victor
La Grande Trims Union, 02 to 7.
LA GRANDE, Or.. Oct 26. (Special.)
Dashing smashes on a line of equal
weight won from Union here today.
Final score 22 to 7. La Grande allowed
her goal to be crossed on a fumble.
Qoodbroad, of Union, and Snider, of
Kiddle, Hunter and Ralston, of La
Grande, were those who did best work.
Barbarians 6, Stanford 0.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cal., Oct.
26. The Barbarians, a San Francisco
rugby team, defeated Stanford Univer
sity today, 6 to 0. Stanford played
the same listless game as when they
lost to Santa Clara Wednesday. Stan
ford used practically Its entire varsity
material. The opposing team was
more or less crippled.
Utah "Aggies" 17, Montana 0.
LOGAN, Utah, Oct. 26. Agricultural
College of Utah defeated the University
of Montana here today, 17 to 0. The
Utah men played a splendid game, and
broke through Montana's line several
times for long gains. The last touch
down was made In the fourth period on
a forward pass.
6oldders Rout Indians, 22-7.
CHEMAWA, Or., Oct. 26. (Special.)
The . Vancouver Barracks eleven de
feated the Chemawa Indian Training
School team here today. 26 to 7. The
soldiers had little trouble piercing the
Indian line, while Captain Bomhold and
other Vancouver linemen stopped the
Indians' attacks consistently..
Kansas 19, Kansas "Aggies" 6.
LAWRENCE, Kan., Oct. 26. In a
bitterly fought game the Kansas Uni
versity football team defeated the
Kansas Agricultural College on Mc
Cook Field this afternoon, 19 to .
Fumbles lost for tne visitors.
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DAHO LOSES 10
Sound Defenders Get Early
Start, Scoring on 20-Yard
SUBS ARE GIVEN CHANCE
Inland Team Unable to Get Into Op.
ponent's Territory at Any Time.
Teuscher, Injured, Is Tak- ,
en From Fieldu .;
SEATTLE, Wish., Oct. 26. The Uni
versity of Washington had an easy
time with the University of Idaho In
the opening football game of the Inter
collegiate season on Denny field today,
winning the game, 24 to 0. Idaho was
outclassed in every department.
Washington got a good lead at the
start, Sutton carrying the ball over the
line after Griffiths had made a forward
pass of 20 yards. Patten tailed to kick
goal. After Idaho had kicked the ball
to Washington's 24-yard line, the locals,
by a combination of long runs and a
forward pass, carried the ball down the
field and made the Becond touchdown.
Patten kicking goal.
In the second quarter the locals In
creased their lead when Young made
a 35-yard run around right end. after
several line plunges, and Spiel carried
the ball over, Patten falling In the
attempt to kick goal. Idaho kicked to
Washington's 25-yard line, and after
line plunges following a bad pass.
Young drop-kicked goal from tEe 46
yard line, bringing Washington's Bcore
to 22. The scoring ended in the third
quarter, when Washington forced the
ball over the line for a safety.
In "the last quarter Washington eased
up, sending in several substitutes who
managed to keep the ball In Idaho's ter
ritory until the game ended.
The only player seriously hurt dur
ing the game was Leuschel, Idaho's
right end, whose back was severely
wrenched during the first quarter. He
was taken from the field.
Corvallls High Winner.
CORVALLLS, Or., Oct.- 26. (Special.)
The Oregon Agricultural College Fresh
men eleven met defeat today at the
hands of Corvallls High School, the
score being 6 to 0. The High School
made a touchdown when Fegley, end,
caught a forward pass over the goal
line. The High School team averaged
five pounds less to the man. It has Im
proved wonderfully under the coaching
of "Red" Walters.
At Georgetown Carlisle 34, George
town 20. Washburn 65, Ottawa 0.
At Princeton Princeton 2f, Dart
At West Point Army 18, Colgate 7.
At Annapolis Navy 13, Pittsburg 6.
At Philadelphia Lafayette 7, Penn
At Swarthmore Swarthmore 40,
Johns Hopkins 6.
At New Haven Yale 13, Washington
and Jefferson 3.
At Ithaca Cornell 14. Bucknell 0.
At Syracuse Michigan 7, Syracuse 1$.
At Colorado Springs Colorado Col
lege 24, Nebraska Wesleyan 13.
At Lawrence Kansas University 19,
Kansas Agricultural College 6.
At Denver Utah 18, Colorado Mines
At Minneapolis Minnesota 56, Iowa 7.
At Bloomington Indiana 7, North
At Chicago Chicago 7, Purdue 0.
At Boulder, Col. University of Colo
rado 75, University of Wyoming 0.
At Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska 41, Adri
an, (Mich.) College 0.
At Logan. Utah Utah Agricultural
College 17, University of Montana 0.
At Corvallls Oregon Agricultural
College, freshmen, 0; Corvallls High
At Berkeley Australians 18, Univer
sity of California 0, (rugby).
At Eugene, Or. Washington State
College 7, University of Oregon 0. -
At Los Angeles Occidental 13, Den
ver University 0.
At Seattle Washington 24, Idaho 0.
At Palo Alto, Cal. Barbarians 6.
Stanford University 0 (rugby).
At Lebanon, Or. Albany High 6,
Lebanon High 0.
At The Dalles The Dalles High 88,
Dufur High 0.
At La Grande La Grande High 22.
Union High 7.
At Tacoma Tacoma High School 100,
At Astoria Hill Military Academy 7.
Astorla High 6.
At Aberdeen Queen Anne High, Se
attle, 34; Aberdeen 0.
At Portland North Central High,
Spokane, 20; Lincoln High, Portland, 6.
At Forest Grove Willamette Univer
sity 40, Pacific University 0.
At Chemawa Vancouver Barracks 23,
Chemawa Indians 7.