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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1916)
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PORTLAND, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5. 1916.
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Straight Football Produces
Small Gains; Exchange of
Punts Is. Feature.
BECKETT OREGON'S STAR
Big Tackle Makes Only Sensational
nun of Game in 20-Vard Spurt.
Bezdek's Men More Aggres
sive Than Visitors.
X-JaVEnSITT OP OREGON. Eugene.
Nov. 4. (Special.) The. University of
Oregon team appeared upon tha field
at exactly 2:31 and wu followed one
minute later by the Washington men.
Both teams ran tha length of the field,
pausing; the ball. Tha whistle of Ref
eree George Varnell sounded at 2:43
and the game was on. At 4:20 the 0-0
contest was ended after an hour and
three-quarters of terrific battling.
rtrst Quarter Oregon won the toss
and Montelth kicked off to Johnson on
the five-yard line. Returned five
yards. Noble plunged through center
for eight yards. Johnson made yard
age. Noble fumbled and recovered.
Loss, three yards. Morrison forced to
punt. Oregon penalized IS yards for
holding. Washington tried to advance
the ball but was again forced to punt
and Oregon was again penalized 15
yards for holding. Oregon seemed un
able to- stem the terrific plunging of
Wai kl.artOTi'. Plangfa Stopped
Murphy made no gain and Noble fol
lowed with a center plunge for a nine
yard gain. Hainsworth made yardage
on the first down. Johnson received
the ball and was downed on the 30
yard line after a two-yard gain. Ore
gon was penalized five yards for off
side. Noble advanced the bail to the
20-yard line. Washington then was
held to downs and it was Oregon's ball,
on the 12-yard line.
Oregon's offense began. Beckett
punted 30 yards. Washington was un
able to make yardage and Morrison
punted 30 yards and Oregon pot the
ball on the 28-yard line. Beckett
punted 45 yards and Johnson was
downed after returning the ball on the
Washington 40-yard line.
I- irst quarter ended with no score.
Second Quarter Erra Clash.
Second quarter Oregon held Wash
ington's onslaught and Morrison punt
ed 45 yards. Shy Huntington returned
the ball five yards on Oregon's 21
yard line. Beckett punted 40 yards.
Washington tried to make yardage,
and falling. Morrison punted 26 yards.
It was Oregon's ball again on the 21
yard line. Beckett punted 30 yards.
Oregon had not yet used a formation
play. Morrison and Beckett exchanged
punts. Morrison spiraled the ball 45
yards and Becket returned It 45 yards.
Mitchell broke through Washington's
interference and recovered Johnson's
fumble. Washington was penalized
five yards for holding. Beckett was
forced to punt. He seemed to be nerv
ous and his punts went wild. He punt
ed 20 yards. It was Washington's ball
on their 20-yard line. Washington was
penalized 15 yards for holding. Morri
son punted from the 42-yard line 40
Oregon used the first formation play
and Beckett followed with a punt of
35 yards. It was Washington's ball in
the center of the field. Oregon's line
held and Morrison was forced to punt.
The ball went 30 yards. It was Ore
gon's ball on the 30-yard line. Ore
gon started a formation play. Parsons
gained one yard. Beckett made the
only sensational run of the afternoon
for 20 yards around right end. Shy
Huntington fumbled but recovered the
bail. Beckett punted 40 yards.
Oregon Galas on Llae Jlurlu.
Washington got the ball on the 20
yard line. Morrison punted 35 yards.
Oregon got the ball on the 47-yard
line. Montelth went through Washing
ton's line for seven yards, making the
first down. Parsons went through for
tnree yards and buy Huntington fol
lowed with two yards. The half end
ed with the ball In Oregon's possession
on tne 3&-yard line. No score.
Third quarter Faulk, of Washing
ton, kicked off to "Shy" Huntington,
who returned It 15 yards. It was Ore
gon's ball on the 25-yard line. Par
sons made 10 yards around the left
end. but Oregon could not go farther,
and Beckett punted 40 yards. It was
Washington's ball on the 28-yard line.
Oregon's line held, and Morrison again
was forced to punt. The ball went 30
yards. Oregon got the ball on the 40
yard line. Montelth went around right
end for four yards, and Parsons went
through center for two yards. Wash
ington held, and Beckett punted 40
yards to Johnson, who returned It to
the 25-yard line. Trying to make an
end run around right. Johnson was
thrown for a loss of one-half yard.
Morrison punted 35 yards to "Shy"
Huntington, who returned it five yards,
to the 48-yard line. "Shy" Huntington
was thrown for a loss, and on the next
play Beckett fumbled the ball for a
loss of 12 yards.
Oregon Mlsaea Main Chance.
Beckett then punted 4 5 yards, and
Johnson returned 10, but fumbled, and
the ball was recovered by Oregon.
Oregon had the first grand chance
for scoring and advanced the ball In
three downs, with one yard to go on the
fourth down. H. Huntington received
the ball, but Washington's stonewall
defense prevented yardage, and the
ball went to Shy" Huntington, who
fumbled on the next play. The ball
went to Washington on the 21-yard
line. Morrison punted 35 yards, and it
was Oregon's ball on the 49-yard line.
Montelth and Parsons were unable to
make gains, and Murphy and Faulk:
broke through Oregon's line and tack
led Beckett for a loss. Beckett punted
60 yards. It was Washington's ball on
the 10-yard line. Morrison punted 30
yards, and "Shy" Huntington returned
It five. It was Oregon's ball on the
The remarkable feature of the game
so far was that no time had been taken
out for any man on either team. The
third quarter ended with no score.
Fourth quarter A heavy rain was
driven across the field by a west wind.
Oregon faced the wind, and Beckett
had to exert to punt. The quarter
started with Washington's ball on the
29-yard line. The only forward pass
of the entire game was attempted by
Beckett, but the hall wu knocked
down in midair, and It went to Wash
ington. Morrison punted 33 yards to
"Shy" Huntington. It was Oregon's
ball on its own 36-yard line. Beckett
punted 20 yards, the ball going outside.
W'ashlngton could make no gains, and
Morrison punted 60 yards, and the ball
was on Oregon's 20-yard line. Beckett
made a 25-yard punt.
Washington's Chance Fadea.
Morrison punted 45 yards. Oregon
was unable to make a gain, and Beckett
punted. Washington got the ball on
Oregon's 20-yard line. Noble made a
fierce attack: through center and made
a four-yard gain. Hainsworth made
two yards, and Noble added two more.
Washington seemed to have a splendid
chance for scoring, and the tension of
the crowd was high, with Washington
rooters calling for a touchdown. The
ball was given to Hainsworth. who
railed to make yardage, and the ball
went to Oregon on the 11-yard line.
Beckett punted 40 yards. Hainsworth
went through the Oregon line for four
yards, and on the next play Tegart
tacKled Noble for a four-yard loss.
Morrison punted 30 yards. It was Ore
gon a ball on the 20-yard line. Beckett
punted 35 yards. Morrison punted 35
yards. It was Oregon's ball on the
Beckett punted 35 yards. Johnson
returned eight yards, and the ball was
STATISTIC OK THE flRRGOX
BT ROSCOE FAWCETT.
First downs 3 4
Forward passes attempt
ed l o
Yards gained on forward
passes o 0
Forward passes success
ful O 0
Number of punts 19 18
Yardages advance by
punts 976 612
Average length of punts.. 37 34
Yards lost on penalties.. 35 25
Number of penalties 3 4
Fumbles 11 13
Yards gained by rushing 82 77
Number of substitutions. 0 0
Number of times out 5 3
Ball lost on downs 1 4
Washington's on the 41-yard line.
Washington was penalized Ave yards
for offside. Morrison punted 4 5 yards.
It was Oregon's ball on the 20-yard
line. Beckett punted 35 yards. Oregon
got the ball on a fumble by Johnson,
Klsley recovering. It was Oregon's ball
on the 48-yard line. Montleth and
Parsons fumbled In succession, but re
covered. Oregon was fighting hard as
the whistle blew, and the game ended.
Sidelights on Oregon-Washington
TTNIVERSITY OF OREGON. Eugene.
Nov. 4. (Special.) Large yellow
numbers graced the backs of the Ore
gon team. But Coach Bezdek could not
avoid his "knocking on wood" hobby,
and the number "23" was noticeably
lacking as well as "13." The Washing
ton players were not numbered.
Between halves both teams 'changed
togs and came upon the field warmed
and freshened for the second half of
the fight. The number system of the
Oregon men was dropped the second
A large scoreboard, detailing all the
plays, was inaugurated -as a feature of
the contest. Time to play, downs, who
was carrying the hall and yardage
were wig-wagged from the sidelines
and a glance informed the spectators.
The board is said to be one of the most
complete in the Northwest.
The Washington men dressed In their
hotel and were carried to a room spe
cially fitted up for them in the uni
versity administration building. This
Is the first time the varsity rooms of
the varsity gymnasium have ever been
used by a rival team.
The rooting "pep" of both the Ore
gon and Washington sections was not
as noticeable as in former years. The
muddy condition of the field prevented
any serpentining and the rooters kept
to their seats. The University of Ore
gon band made Its first appearance
in uniform and made a hit. It is un
doubtedly the best band the university
has ever had.
The University of Washington special
train of 10 coaches pulled into Eugene
at noon and was met by a rousing re
ception of Oregon students. The Wash
ington band lined up the rooters and
the march was made to the Oregon
campus, where the delegation was
given a luncheon.
The game ran through the four quar
ters with scarcely an interruption and
the remarkable feature of the after
noon was that no time was called out
for a player's Injuries. The only time
taken was to allow the players to wash
the mud from their faces.
The Parsons controversy was hashed
over again Just a few minutes before
the game started with Dean Priest, of
Washington, closeted with Professor H.
C. Howe, of Oregon, and C. V. Dyracnt
president of the Coast Conference. The
Washington authorities had gathered
late material on the eligibility of Par
sons and there was fear expressed by
the Oregon authorities that Parsons
might not be allowed to play at the
MONTANA TITLE TIEO UP
O'lVERSITT AXD STATE COLLEGE
PLAV - COVTEST.
Score I Evened Up In Fonrth Period
and Chance to Win la Lost When
Kirk la Fumbled.
BOZEMAN. Mont.. Xov. 4. The col
legiate football title of Montana was
not settled here this afteron is was
expected, because the University of
Montana and the Montana State Col
lege football teams played a 6 to 6
game. The university players had held
the State College eleven scoreless un
til just before the game ended.
McQuarrle missed two attempts at
cVrIs from placement In the third pe
riod. The University team was able
to hold the State College players on
the visitors' 30-yard line and the pe
riod ended without either side scoring.
Score end third period: Montana State
College, 0; University of Montana. 6.
The State College players tied the
score In the fourth period by a series
of forward passes and a plunge by Jol
ley. which resulted In a goal. The kick
was fumbled. Neither side was able to
score later. Final:
Montana State College, (; University
of Montana. 6.
OREGON AGGIES RUSH
WHITMAN TO DEFEAT
Sensational Runs for Score of
23 ta 0 Keep Crowds at
Corvallis on Edge.
DRIZZLE MIRES GRIDIRON
Turfy" Conn Makes Gains Ranging
From 18 to 62 Yards and Mis
sionaries Are Held ITrlplcss
OREGON AGRlCTLTfR-M. COI-
I.EGE. Corvallis. Xov. 4. (Special.)
The Oregon Aggie football team de
feated the Whitman College e'even this
morning on the Corvallis gridiron by
the score of 13 to 0 in a gnme hrimmlnc
with sensational runs that kept tha
spectators in a fever of excitemont.
Three touchdowns, two goal kicks
and ode placement, all In the third
quarter, comprises the extent of the
scoring. Iodell, Conn and Newman
each scored a touchdown and Hubbard
booted the place kick.
The same was played during a con
stant drizzle and the field wns a verita
ble quagmire. Fumbling was frequent,
and neither side attempted to use the
forward pass to any extent. The Aggies
tried two and Whitman none. None of
them was completed.
"TnTfT- Conn la Star of Day.
The bright particular star of tha
day was the sensational "Tuffy" Conn,
who demonstrated that a wet field
was no serious hindrance to his nbilitv
to run. Without a doubt this lad is
the best open-field runner in the con
ference. Twice he got away for lS-yard runs,
once he pulled one for SO yards and
still again he traveled 62 yards and
was only stopped by tho safety. Carl
Idell. ex-Jefferson High School play
er, got his first tests of conference
football and celebrated the event by one,
run for 17 yards and another for 18
for a touchdown.
In addition he punted the soggy oval
three times for an average of 43 yard:,
two of them paving the way for touch
downs. Newman played a smashing
game and was a consistent gainer for
the Aggies. Brooke. Bush. Wilson and
Selph were practically Impregnable on
the line and Whitman was forced to
resort to long end runs, pom : of which
were good for substantial gains.
The Missionaries' interference was
excellent. Hoover was the bright light
for Whitman, and he got away for sev
eral dashes of from 10 to 25 yards.
Cram also played a good game, as long
as he mas in the lineup, and Frank
Busch repeatedly stooped plays aimed
In his direction. Hoover outpuntd
Hubbard by an average of four yards.
Coach Plpal started with the team
upon which he must depend in the com
ing battles with Oregon and Washing
ton, but he was forced to resort to
some of his freshmen in order to score.
Whitman had all the best of the ar
gument in the first half and made 6
yards from scrimmage in this period,
as against 40 for tho Aggies. McNeill
kicked off for O. A. C in the first quar
ter. Whitman fumbled and Solph re
covered the ball on the Whitman 30
Whitman Takes Boll on Downs.
Whitman secured the oval on downs
and Hoover immediately circled his
right end for IS yards. The Aggiea
then held their opponents for downa
and took the ball in the middle of tha
field. Again O. A. C. could not gain,
and Hubbard punted. McNeill recover
ing when Whitman fumbled.
Still again the Missionaries proved a
stone wall to opposing attacks and
Whitman regained possession of the
ball on her own l.'.-yard line. Hoover
got away for a :5-yard run. but on.
the next play Hubbard came from be
hind and tackled Oram for a loss, up
setting the Whitman halfback so hard
that he was forced to retire from th
game. An exchange of punts brought
the ball to the O. A. C. 43-yard line
as the first period ended.
The second quarter was uneventful.
Neither team could make any yard
age and each punted frequently, with
honors about even. The half epded
with the ball In Whitman's possession
on the Ageie 3J-yard line.
Coach i'ipal decided to use some of
his freshmen In the second half in an
effort to win and Idell replaced Low
at left halfback. Groom kicked off
to the Aggies and Iodell promptly
punted SO yards, the ball going over
the goal line. Two poor passes In
succession to Hoover and a fhort punt
gave the Aggies the ball on Whitman's
The Orange and Black backs were
thrown twice for a loss and then Hub
bard dropped back to his own 15-yard
line and booted the oval between tho
uprights for the first score of thn
game. O. A. C-, 3: Whitman. 0.
The Aggies again received the kick
off, and Webster, who had replaced
Moist, returned It to his own 40-yard
line. The Aggies were penalized five
yards for offside, and Lode'.l punted 45
yards to the Whitman 20-yard line.
Whitman could make no gain, and
Hoover punted to his 45-yard line.
Captain Bissett was thrown for no
gain and his Injured ankle received
such a twist that he was forced to re
tire. Conn went In, and Lodell Im
mediately got away for a 27-yard run.
placing the ball on the Whitman 18
yard line, from where Conn carried It
over the goal on a play around left
end. Hubbard missed goal. Score. Ag
gies 9. Whitman 0.
The second touchdown came soon
after "the klckoff. Hubbard received
the kick and returned It to the Whit
man 40-yard line, but fumbled. Whit
man could make no gain, and Hoover
nimtni to the Aggies' 48-yard line. Lo
dell then uncorked a long punt, which
went out of bounds on tne w nunian
one-yard line. Hubbard recovered a
blocked punt on tne iwo-yara line, anu
Newman put It over in one down.
O. A. C. Position. Whitman.
loist ,(t.R 1. L. comradn
lirooke Jl l. ........ L room
-Wtlaon R O L. Johnson
Selph C Bain
A. Anderson uii n nraui
Hubbard H K I Hansen
Mors an QTt t.enset
Newman K H... Captain Hoover
tow I; H R Cram
Captain Bissett. .R H 1. BloomquUc
Officials Referee. Sam Iolan. O. A. C. ;
umpire. Stott. Multnomah Club; head linea
xu&n. Matthews. Willamette, fnlverslty.
Substitutes Whitman. Wylie for t'ram.
Hopey for Comrado. DeOrtef for Johnson.
Orea-on Afcsies. Webster for Moist. I.odell for
Low, Conn for Ptssett. Bttsrh for A. Ander
son. Moist for Webster. Cramer for Wilson,
rhiillpe for Lxidell. Wllley for Conn, Wil
liams for Busch. Kloc for Cramer, Blabv
for- Js m an.