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CORNER SECOND -AND MORRISON STREETS
BEAR STATE TEAM
Tandem Wedge and Reverse
Pass Formations Bewil
GAME ENDS 39 TO H
Berkeley Tlayers Int Tp Game Con
test but Visitors Show Superior
Knowledge of Game and
Team Work Is Terfcct.
The visitors had the advantage Jn
weight averapinir about eight pounds
to the man. Only twice was their goal
in danerer. Eugene lost the ball the
first time on a. fumble and the second
time failed to make yardage.
The first score was made in the
opening- quarter, when Corvallia kicked
a field goal. Six points were made in
the second when the visitors made a
touchdown but failed to kick. The
remaining points were added in tha
first period of the- second half.
Athletics Buy Infieldcr.
TOLEDO. O.. Oct. 51. Harold Cahle.
Toledo infielder, has been sold to the
fniiadelphia American League baseball
club, according to a telegram received
by Cable today. Cable played second
base for Newark in the International
League last season.
Slack Gets Wisconsin Student.
MILWAUKEE, Wis.. Oct. II. 5larold
Vaughan. student at the University of
Wisconsin, has been signed by Connie
Mack, manager of the Philadelphia
American baseball club.
WILLAMETTE WINS 26-7
BERKELEY, Cal.. Oct. 51. (Special.)
The football team of the University
of Oregon defeated the University of
California here today by & score of
39 to 14. Not for one minute did the
Californians let up in their game fight
which, after the first 10 minutes of
play, was clearly all against them.
Eloquent proof of this is the fact that
they scored the last touchdown of the
game after It was almost impossible to
distinguish the players in the rapidly
gathering darkness. -.
With only one season of the Ameri
can game behind It, the Californians
simply were green. Opposed to them
Coach Bezdek lined up a squad of vet
erans who had played together
through from one to three football
campaigns. Oregon had a well-oiled
machine and every part of It, working
in unison. His men had team work.
California had little or none.
California Scores Klrat.
Right at the start of the game It
looked as though the Oregonians had
run up against a. tartar. After a few
minutes of play California obtained
possession of the ball on a fumble.
Three downs took them 15 yards, then
followed a forward pass which netted
10 yards. The play was repeated and
the ball was on Oregon's five-yard line,
while the California stands went wild.
Before the Northwesterners could re
cover from their surprise, two sharp
plunges through the line took the ball
over for the first score of the game.
It was fast, spectacular football and
the crowd was thrilled.
It was California's one great flash
aside from the dashing play that netted
them their second touchdown Just be
fore the close of the game. Oregon
pulled itself together and grimly set
to work. Play after play was put In
motion with olocklike regularity and
Hezdek's human steam roller crushed
relentlessly toward the California goal,
biting off from three to 15 yards at a
time. The Californians tried to stay
Its progress but were thrown back.
Their defense was not concerted. It
was every man for himself.
Tandem tlay la Effective.
Oregon repeatedly drove Its wedge
through the California line, which
yielded yards without restraint to the
hacks who came streaming through.
The California punting gained almost
nothing: Oregon made many yards this
way. Frequently the California punts
would spiral out of bounds, bringing
but two or three yards, and a loss of
There was one play which time after
time Oregon executed, always with
gains. The backs, two of them usually,
would tandem in behind the guards.
right on their heels. When the ball
was snapped it was they who dropped
the California line, thrown aside by
the Oregon guards, who dashed through
to pounce on the secondary defense.
In the meantime the balL in the
hands of Shy Huntington or Parsons,
would come flying through the open
ing, seldom failing to gain. This play
and the reverse pass seemed beyond
the power of the California line.
End Runs Net Bis; Galna.
With a run around either end. or at
random choice through the line, Oregon
gained yards upon yards and seemed
beyond diagnosis by the Bears.
After the first quarter Oregon stuck
to these two plays, almost consistently.
finding holes through which six touch
downs were scored.
Toward the end of the game, with Its
safe lead, Oregon was content to kick
now and then on its first or second
down, while California vainly threw it
self into the breach In Its attempts to
break their opponents stone-wall de
fense. As darkness closed In on the
heels of twilight they succeded, but It
was too late.
Following is the lineup and summary
b of C. (14) Foattion V. ot O. (3U
!n-en L fc: Captain Beckett
White L.. T Trsart
Hell 1G Enydor
Russell C Klsley
ALBANY COLLEGE IS DEFEATED IN
OPENING GAME AT HOME. .
Collegians Blake Sole Taarhdana on
Fumble by Groavenor and Laag
Sprint by Tohles.
ALBANY. Or, Oct. 21. (Special.)
Albany College s light football team
went down to defeat at the hands of
Willamette University here this after- '
noon in a game that opened the season
for the local collegians, the score being
26 to 7.
The Methodists opened the game with
a rueh. registering a touchdown in the
first three minutes of play when Gros
venor got away on a split play and
reeled off 85 yards to the goal line.
Captain Flegel converted the touch
down Into a goal. Score, Willamette 7,
No score was made during the re
mainder of the first half. Overconfl-
dence on the part of the Salemltes. fol
lowing the early scoring, and a hard
fight by the Presbyterians, together
with heavy penalties meted out to the
Willamette University for holding and
off-side plays, kept the ball well In
he center of the field.
Willamette altered its system of open
play used in the first half to plunges
and smashes at the opening of the thirvl
period, and drove the ball over wltnln
he first five minutes of play.
The process was being repeated when
Orosvenor allowed the ball to slip out
of his hands as he was smashing the
ine, and Tohles. a tackle on the Al
bany, picked up the pigskin and Fprlnt
ed 73 yards to tiie goal line. French
converted the touchdown to a goal.
Score, Willamette 14. Albany 7.
A third touchdown was registered
while the third period was still young.
as the result of hard plunging and cross
The final touchdown came with two
minutes left to play, when Grosvenor
circled tae end and wormed through a
broken field for 63 yards. Captain Fle
gel failed to kick the goal on the two
ast touchdowns. Final ecors). v 11
amette S6, Albany College 7.
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Unlveraity of California
Unlveraily of Oregon...,
Refaree. Dolan; umpire. Brad. dock.
Bead llneaman. Adams.
Time of perloda, 15 minutes each.
California acorlnc: Weill, touchdown
Sharp, touchdown; Montgomery, goala C2)
Oregon tcorlns: Touchdowna.' ft. Hunting
ton 3: Paraona t: 11. Bunlineton
Beckett: goals. Beckett 2. S. Huntlnston.
Kuuatltutea California. Cohen for Colleen
Lexrett for Cohen: Paxton for White: Llv-
eraedge for Bell: Johnson for Gordon; Graf
for Sharp: Foster for Well.
Oregon Dudley lor Snyder: Williams for
Spellman; Jenaen for jolonielth; Montelth
OREGOX STUDENTS CELEBRATE
Varsity's Victory Over California
TJNrVERSITV OF OREGON. Eugene
Oct. 21. (Special.) Between 400 and
50Q students gathered to hear special
reports from the Oregon-California
game this afternoon and a celebration
followed the victorious end of the
lemon-yellow over the purple and gold
of the South.
A direct wire from the Berkeley oval
gave the game play by play and the
students were led In cheers as the news
of victory came over the wires. To
night the campus is agog with excite
ment and happiness over the victory.
The team returns Monday morning on
the Shasta, arriving at :5Z A. M.
The Eugene Radiators are planning
on being out In lull diess with a band
and the students will have their band
out with a. large delegation of rooter
to give the team & royal welcome home.
CORVAIXIS HIGH BEATS ECGEXE
Winners Have Advantage In Weight
and Score Is 16 to 0.
EUGENE, Or.. Oct. 21. (Special.)
The Corvallls ntgn school eleven-to
day outplayed Eugene in a gridiron
battle, Willi a final score of IS to 0.
VANCOUVER TEAM WINS
ATHLETIC CLUB DEFEATS PACIFIC
UNIVERSITY, 2S TO O.
Victor Ions Squad la Heavier and
Straight Football la Flayed.
Forward Passes Fail.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. Oct." 81. (Spe
cial.) The Washington Athletic Club
football team of this city defeated Pa
cific University, of Forest Grove. Or.,
on the high school athletic field this
afternoon In a rough game, 14 to 0
Old-style football was used and only
one forward pass was worked suc
cessfully by each team, though many
Washington had the heavier team
and scored in the first quarter on
straight line plays. Noyer. Washing
ton's fullback, was good for five to 10
yards every time he carried the ball.
He carried It over for the first score.
Noyer was also strong on the defense.
At the beginning of the last quarter.
the Lackaff brothers scored the sec
ond touchdown. On a trick play. Bill
Lackaff carried the ball 45 yards to
within a few feet of the goal. His
brother. Fred, then took it over In one
try. Liapple kicked both goals.
Pacific University played strong In
the last two quarters and several times
got within five yards of the goal. Once
Washington held them for four downs
within, the five-yard line and then
punted out of danger.
The game was marked cy many
minor injuries, time being taken out
after nearly each down. None of the
players was seriously hurt. There was
considerable wrangling over decisions.
Parker at fullback and Lucas at hal
played best for Pacific, while Liapple
and Rooney were In the points for
Vancouver. About 600 witnessed the
TWO MATCHES PLAYED
SPECIAL EVENT IS OX TODAY AT
PORTLAND GOLF CLUB.
Men's Championship FlLght to Be Fin
ished Tomorrow George GUI and
Sana Archer Are Winners.
Two matches were played last week
In the men's flighte for the cham
pionship of the" Portland. Golf Club
on the Raleigh station links, and
the first round In the championship
flight among the women was dis
George Gill defeated Dr. W. I. North
up, 6 up and 6 to play, in the men's
championship flight, while In the sec
ond flight Sam B. Archer eliminated
R. M. Miller, 2 up. Mrs. Harry L.
Pratt won from Mrs. C. N. Sampson.
4 up and 3 to play, and the same score
was recorded when Mrs. James Nlcol
defeated Mrs. C. B. Lynn and Mrs. R. R.
WaHnner won from Mrs. W. B- Srott.
Mrss Elsa Koerber lost to Mrs. F. J.
Raley. 4 up and 2 to play.
Sam B. Archer, chairman of the
handicap committee, has issued or
ders that the men's championship
flight must be finished by tonight or
else will be forfeited.
A special event for today Is the mixed
two-ball foursomes. liarrj L. Pratt
expec-ts more than 30 couples to make
the rounds. Three-eighth of the com
bined handicaps will be allowed each