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SPORTING AND MARKET
PORTLAND, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1915.
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The Right Goods, the Right
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Make the Shopping of Your Home Needs a Mighty Easyt Matter at Gadsbys
And that's exactly what you want, isn't it? You're looking for just the store that will supply your wants, and supply them at reason
able prices and terms. Well serve you that way. Our prices are fair, all marked in plain figures. That, should be convincing to you.
Let us serve you once and we know you'll come oftener. We want you to prove to your own satisfaction the truth of our claims.
Special Sale of Dressers
Choice of the Two for
This Hardwood Dresser, finished
golden oak. with French bevel
plate mirror, wood knobs, two
large drawers and two small top
drawers. Other storestO CC
ask $15. Gadsbys' price Oi3J
This Princess Dresser, hardwood,
finished golden oak, French plate
mirror, wiin two aeep drawers.
swell i rone. -inis is positivel
me oiggest aresser . oar-
gain in Oregon, only.
The Range we are offering
this week is equal to any f 4Q
Range in the market. Oven
measures 20x16; six full-size
covers, with Duplex grates;
burns wood or coal, and
mounted on a sanitary leg
base. Gadsbys' price, $29.50.
Special This Week
'lijl Settee Mgg
f : I ; u . M Sm-JSl SIZE 1
Solid oak, pretty wax oak of fumed
finish. Colonial design. I C flfl
Reg. $25. Special, this salevlUiUU
$25 Morris Chair
This elegant Morris Chair, auto
matic reclining adjustment: solid
oak frame; leatherette covering;
foot rest, etc., .complete, $15.00
Solid oak, upholstered In Spanish leatherette, Not necessary to sleep on
the upholstering, as an old-type automatic bed. and is much more com
fortable and will wear three times as long:. When in use as a daven
port has nothing In its appearance to indicate it contains a bed. and
makes a BEAUTIFUL PARLOR DAVENPORT. Only one simple and
easy operation changes it from a davenport to a bed. or vice versa.
This bed is very easy to operate. The mechanism is absolutely perfect,
guaranteed to work perfectly. The frame of the bed is of steel angle
iron and the spring's and fabric are of the very best type and quality,
with plenty of clearance between bed and framework of upholstering;.
No hard centers. Makes a very comfortable and indestructible bed.
Sanitary construction. Mattress can be removed for airing purposes.
OTHER DAVKN PORTS AS CHEAP AS S22.SO.
Store Open on Saturday Evenings
Seat Dining Chair
This Solid Back
tered in genuine
Spa nish leather
oak, regular $4.
Gadsbys' CO 7fl
price is. . O-fcil U
Other Chair m
Cheap mm $1.
Living Room Suite $29.00
Solid oak throughout, upholstered in Chase Spanish leather, consisting
of library table, top 24x36 inches, settee, large rocker COQ 00
and arm chair, one reception chair .PvJ J
'Best Selection in City of Heating Stoves, We Believe V
Buy Your Heater
Any Heater in the Store $1.00 Week
Duplex wood and coal, IS
inches wide, cast iron Duplex
grates and linings. At $15.00
New Era, for wood; mica door,
nickeled top, rings, dampers and
foot rests, cast iron linings. . Spe
cial at S 10.35
Fairy Oak Heater, 11 inches in
diameter, coal or wood burner,
handsomely nickeled, at. . .$6.75
$50 Dining Room Suite $25
Solid Oak Sideboard, with French plate mirror; one drawer lined for
silver. Solid oak table, extends six feet, and six dining dJOC
chairs, solid oak, to match .piJ.JJ
Birdseye Maple Bedroom Suite for Only $59.00 Consisting of birdseye maple dresser,
dressing table, chiffonier, steel bed finished in gold or white enamel, one rocker, one chair.
Use Our Exchange Department
If you have furniture that doesn't suit want something: more up to
date and better phone us and we'll send a competent man to see it and
arrange to take it aa part payment on that kind you want the Gadsby
kind. We'll make you a liberal allowance for your goods and we'll sell
you new furniture at low prices. The new furniture will be promptly
delivered. Have furniture you will be proud of!
$7.50 Solid Library Table Reduced
This Solid Oak Library
Table, top measures 23x36,
with legs 214 inches thick,
finished golden wax or
burned oak, or Early
English. This is of ex
tra sp e c i a 1 value and
very pleasing design. Reg.
price $7.00. Gadsbys' 0 TC
half price is. 3
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Corner First and Washington Streets
WHITMAN 21 TO 0
University Men, by Straight
Football, Tear Through for
SUBS USED IN FINAL PERIOD
Eugene Eleven Handicapped by
Penalties, bat Aided by Recov
ery of Fumbles Malarkey.
and Montcith Are Stars.
WALLX WALLA.. Wash.. Oct, 23.
-Special.) By a combination of weight,
experience and luck, the University of
Oregon football team won from Whit
man College by a score of 21 to 0. The
scores were made by Malarkey and
Monteith. Huntington kicked goal each
time. Huntington also tried four place
kicks but falleo to get any of them be
tween the goal posts. The game was
characterized by ragged playing on
Whitman's fault lay chiefly in wait
ing for the plays rather than going in
to them. Oregon was penalised fre
quently, and in the last quarter the
game was delayed by time taken out by
Whitman kicked off to Oregon, who
scored on straight football in the first
five minutes of play. Malarkey put the
ball over, and Huntington kicked goal.
Oregon Kicked to Whitman, who lost
the ball on a fumble. Oregon made
first down twice and was penalized for
off-side, but a successful forward pass
put the ball in striking distance, and
Monteith went over for Oregon's sec
ond touchdown. Huntington kicked
goal. Oregon kicked oft to a touchback.
but Whitman was unable to make
yardage and punted. The score at the
end of the first quarter was 14 to 0.
Oreaon, Threatens Twite.
In the second period Whitman held
Oregon and. though Huntington tried
two place kicks, no scores were made.
The half ended with the ball on Whit
man's 20-yard line.
Early in the thlrJ quarter Oregon,
aided by a costly fumble by Whitman,
put the ball over for the last score.
I .larkey carried the ball and Hunting
ton kicked goal. Whitman was unable
to make yardage and was forced to
punt whenever it got the ball. The
quarter ended with, the ball in Whit
man territory. .
In the final period Bezdek, sent in a
number of substitutes and the Whit
man team began to make consistent
gains for the first time in the game.
Oregon took time out on every occasion
and the game ended with the ball on
Orecon's 45-yard line.
Oresa Wins on Straight Play.
The Oregon team made almost all of
their gains by straight line plays and
only one of their forward passes was
completed. Though Oregon has had
much more experience than Whitman,
ita playing at times was ragged. Ore
gon had all of the breaks In luck, re
covering all but two of the fumbles
made by either team. The Whitman
men, six of whom were freshmen,
showed the same lack of experience
that was evident in the O. A. C. game.
Hoover and McDonald played a great
game, but the odds against them were
too great. Whitman was on the de
fensive practically all the time and did
not have a chance to show much in of
Jaalarkey and Monteith were the
most consistent ground-gainers for the
visiting team and between them were
responsible for all of Oregon's scores.
Hoover and McDonald were Whitman's
stars, though Gensel, at left half, and
Busch, at defensive end. were respon
sible for stopping many of Oregon's
Whitman. Position. Oreson
Young; c Rlsley
Groom l G Bnyder
Netswanger lu T Beckett
Clerln L K Mitchell
Tram R. O Bpellman
Busch R. T Fartlett
Hanson R. E Teirirert
McDonald Q- ...... Huntlnston
Cram, Qecsel L. H Monteith
Hoover V- Tuerck
Tedlca R. H Malarkey
Oregon '-Coffin" Prematurely Bur
led Niglit Before Contest.
'WHITMAN COLLEGE. Walla Walla,
Wash.. Oct. 23. (Special.) The rally
held by the Whitman College students
last night was the biggest affair of its
kind that has ever been seen in Walla
Walla. The Walla Walla Commercial
Club acted in conjunction with the col
lege, and the Elks fife and drum corps
turned out to lead the parade. Start
ing at the corner of Main and Palouae
streets, the procession led down the
main streets of the town. Led by the
drum corps, the Whitman girls and the
Whitman and Oregon teams followed
in automobiles. Jake Kaufman, driv
ing & team of freshmen and followed
by a crowd of Whitman. axuzentB, came
next. In the rest of the procession
were several floats representing the
hoped-for outcome of the game today.
One of these floats carried the coffin
of Oregon, which was hauled to An
keny Field and burned, while howling
fanatics wailed for the dead. Around
the fire the students were led in their
yells and dispersed.
A preliminary to this celebration we.s
held yesterday morning after the reg
ular chapel services. City Attorney .1.
p. Xeal and Everett Smith, former
Whitman football coach, spoke for the
townspeople, while Yell King Norton,
Vice-President Glsla Elliott, of the As
sociated Students, and Coach Bofteske
spoke for the students.
KXOAVLTOS FIT FOR GKCMAX
Fireman Working Hard for Match at
Rose City Club Tuesday.
That Walter Knowlton will be in
shape for his bout with Ralph Gryman
Tuesday night at the Rose City Club
there is no doubt. The fireman has
been working hard every day in order
t be in good trim for the contest.
Considerable interest ia being mani
fested in the bout between Jack Root
and Art Wilson, two heavyweights.
Root has been endeavoring to break
away from the wrestling game in fa
ovr of boxing for some time, and li Is
! showing Tuesday night will decide for
j him whether or not he makes tho
'.change. It will be remembered that
Root picked Frank Kendall as a trial-
horse about a year ago and failed in
his effort to win the decision over the
Olympic Club Smoker Arranged.
Sol Cohen, the boy promoter, said
yesterday that he had resurrected his
Olympic Club and Intended giving a
boxing smoker a week from Tuesdav
or ednesday night in the Arion Hall,
headquarters of Charles jost's late Im
perial Club. Cohen said Bobby Evans
would do the matchmaking for the first
Princeton Takes Soccer Game.
PRINCETON, N. J.. Oct. 23. The
Princeton soccer team defeated Cor
nell here today in the opening game
of the intercollegiates by a score of 1
to 0. Bird made the goal for Princeton.
Eastern Football Results
Mass. Cornell 10.
At Princeton Princeton 30, Dart
At New Haven Yale 7, Washington
and Jefferson 16.
At Philadelphia Pittsburg 14, Penn
At West Point Array 10, George
At Annapolis Navy 0, Virginia Poly
technic Institute 0.
At Cleveland Case 12. Oberlin 2.
At Providence Syracuse S. Brown 0.
At Lincoln Nebraska 20, Notre Dame
At Madison Wisconsin 21, Ohio
At Cincinnati Denison 33. Univer
sity of Cincinnati 0.
At Chicago Purdue 0. Chicago 7.
At Ann Arbor Michigan 0. Michigan
At Champaign, III. Illinois 36, North
At Newark. Del. Delaware College
19. Western Maryland 6.
At Gettysburg, Pa. Gettysburg 18.
St. Johns 0.
At Watervllle, Me. Colby 84, Bow
At Middlebury, Vt. New Hampshire
0, Mlddleburg 14.
At Baltimore Johns Hopkins S,
At Haverford. Pa. Haverford 21,
New York University 6.
At South Bethlehem, Pa. Lehigh 20.
At State College Pennsylvania State
28, West Virginia Wesleyan 0.
At New York Columbia 45. St. Law
At New York Fordham 10, Holy
At Orono. Me. University of Maine
23, Bates 14.
At Schenectady, N. Y. Union 21,
At Exeter, N. H. Phillips Exeter 27,
Yale second 0.
At Easton. Pa. Albright 0, Lafay
At Hamilton, N. Y. Colgate 107.
At Minneapolis Minnesota si, Iowa
At Manhattan, Kan. Kansas A. C. 7,
University of Kansas 19.
At Omaha Creighton 3. Haskell 10.
At Williamstown, Mass. Trinity S3.
At Amherst. Mass. Amherst 10, Wes
At Boston Tufts 27. Boston Col
At St. Louis St, Louis 21. De Pauw 9.
At Drake Drake 45. Simpson 3.
At St, Louis Christian Brothers 10.
Cape Girardeau Normal 0.
At Worcester. Mass. Massachusetts
Aggies 27. Worcester Technical 0.
At Carlisle. Pa. Dickinson 0, Leba
non Valley 13.
At Lexington, Ky. Sewanee 7. Ken
At Ames. Ia. Ames 14. Missouri 6
At Swarthmore, Pa. -Swarthmore 7,
Franklin and Marshall 21.
At Charleston. W. Va. Washington
and Lee 1, University of West Vir
At Meadville. Pa. Allegheny 19. Uni
versity of Rochester 0.
At Birmingham, Ala. Auburn 26.
Mississippi A. and M. 0.
At Greensboro. N. C North Caro
lina 3, Virginia Military Institute 3.
At Memphis, Tenn. Vanderbilt 91,
At New Orleans Georgia Tech 36,
At Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 16.
At Houston, Tex. Rice 28, Daniel
At Topeka, Kan. Washburn 17, War
rensburg (Mo.) Normal 7.
At Peoria, 111. Bradley Poly 27. Lin
At Terre Haute, Ind. Rose Poly 7.
At Crawfordsville, Ind. Wabash 40,
At Bloomington, 111. Illinois Wes
leyan 17, Williams and Vashti 13.
At Hanover. Ind. Earlham 16. Han
At Springfield, Mass. Springfield Y.
M. C. A. College 54, University of Ver
Western Football Results
AT Berkeley University of South
ern California 28. University or
At Boulder. Colo. Colorado College
44, University of Colorado 0.
At Reno, Nev. University of Nevada
10, Davis Agricultural College 14.
At Butte, Mont. School of Mines 6,
Montana Aggies 6.
At Cheyenne, Wyo. Denver Univer
sity 19. Wyoming 7.
At Fort Collins, Colo. Colorado Ag
gies 59. Utah Aggies 0.
At Salt Lake City Colorado Mines 0,
University of Utah 10.
Pacific Northwest Results
AT Walla Walla, Wash. University
of Oregon 21, Whitman College 0.
At Corvallls. Or. University of Ore
gon Freshmen 12. Oregon Agricultural
College Freshmen 0.
At Spokane, Wash. University of
Washington 21. Gonzaga College 7.
At Forest Grove. Or. Pacific Uni
versity 27, Mount Angel College 7.
At Newberg Newberg High 37. For
est Grove High 0.
At Estacada Estacada High 162.
Milwaukie High 0.
At Everett, Wash. Everett High
School 7; Jefferson High School (Port
At Aberdeen. Wash. Aberdeen High
School 12, University of Washington
At Washougal. Wash. Washougal
High School 2. Hill Military Academy
of Portland 0.
At Salem. Or. Washington High
School junior team 32. Grant High
School Junior team 0.
At Albany, Or. Albany High School
61. Frankjln High School Portland) 0.
At North Yakima Walla Walla
High School 14, North Yakima High
At Oregon City Oregon City High
School 7. Vancouver High School 0.
At Elina, Wash. El ma 45. Chebalis
State Training School 0.
At Corvallis Corvallls High Schoui
14, McMinnville High School 0.