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HARVARD 6AME EASY
PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN AT OREGON-WASHINGTON FOOTBALL GAME AT EUGENE YESTERDAY.
Total of 51 Points Is Run Up
on University of Virginia.
Smashing Attacks by Captain
Bangs and R. Boone Put
Big Openings in Line.
GOAL IS ONCE IN DANGER
riULS IDAHO, 31-0
2500 SEE GAME IN RAIN
Victory Is Made Costly by Lack of
Loomis and Zimmerman by In
juries to Shoulders In the
Case of Each Player.
WASHINGTON STATE COLLEGE,
Pullman, Wash., Nov. 4. (Special.)
The University of Idaho was over
whelmingly defeated by Washington
Etate today on Rogers' Field in their
annual gridiron struggle, 31 to 0.
The game was played in a drizzling
rain, the field being slow and slippery.
Idaho played a fighting game, but
Pictz's attacks repeatedly carried the
ball into his opponent's territory.
The victory was a costly one for Wash
ington State, both Loomis and Zim
merman, Dietz's star ends, being early
removed with bad shoulder Injuries.
Quarterback Purdy, of Idaho, played
through the entire first half with a
broken collar bone.
Smashing Attack Made.
' Excepting Doane's 52-yard run, the
game lacked features. Two first downs
was the limit of Idaho's attack, against
16 for Washington State's. The" smash
ing attacks by Halfbacks Captain
Bangs and R. Boone crushed the heav
ier Idaho line, Boone's showing being
his best this year. It was the final
game for Center Langdon and Quar
terback Durham on the campus grid
Iron, the latter approaching a record
with three dropkicks.
Washington State's first score came
on a safety early in first period. Doane
nit the right tackle for 25 yards after
the kickorr, Boone and Bangs added 12.
but a pass, Brown to Loomiss. was
Intercepted by Purdy. Idaho's punt was
blocked by Hamilton, the ball boun
cing back over the line and counting
for a safety wTien Dingle fell on it.
With Idaho's ball on the 20-yard line,
Idaho punted and Durham replaced
Brown for a possible dropkick. but
Boone gainted ten yards and Bangs
skirted right end 18 yards for a touch
down and kicked goal.
Idaho Pass Intercepted.
In the third period Boone Intercepted
Idaho's pass for n 18-yerd gain, then
bucked five and Boone over right tackle
gained eig-ht yards for a touchdown.
Bangs kicking goal. Idaho failed to
gain after the kickoff. Then Boone
advanced the ball 40 yards in nine
plays. Bangs going over for the final
Idaho played a rough game and was
penalized three times for rough tactics
Assistant Coach Carl Dietz handled
the team in the absence of Coach Dietz,
who scouted the Oregon-Washington
game. A 'crowd of 2500 people witnessed
the game here despite the unfavorable
Washington. I Position.- Idaho
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for Loomis. R Hanley xoinsr to end. Skadan
forr ?t"'WFV?,ne5r.for F1hb. C. Boone
for fckadan Bonier for R. Boone. Mt-Croi-key
for Finney. McOreoror for Herrled
Idaho Plastlnlo for Purdy. Dingle going to
quarter. Plastlnlo to left ha'f
Scores Touchdowns. Banff 2: H. Boone.
c;oaIs from touchdowns Bangs 2
Drop kicks Durham. 3 In four
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First downs TV. S. c. 1: Idaho 2
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.BONDS OUTGROWS HOME CITY
Tacoma Fans Resent Action of Fight
er Who Has Become Prominent.
SEATTLE. Nov. 4. (Special.) Joe
Bonds appears to have outgrown Ta
coma. For a long time he was satis
fied to be referred to as coming from
that city, but now that he is getting
up In the pugilistic world a change has
become manifest. Now Mr. Bonds styles
himself "heavyweight champion of
Australia." Well, he conquered Jack
Geyer in Denver recently, so something
had to be done, to make the billboards
Bonds is under the management of
Jack Kerns, who is well known in the
Pacific Northwest. All hands will be
sorry if Bonds' match with Fred Ful
ton, the Minnesota giant, has really
fallen through. The way Fulton has
been going would Indicate that Bonds
would come out second best, yet the
product of the Pacific Northwest might
trim the most prominent of Jess Wil
lard's prospective opponents, in which
case he would hardly overlook the
prospects of a homecoming, with, at
California Freshmen Win, 21.0.
BERKELEY, Cal., Nov. 4. Freshmen
from the University of California ad
ministered a drubbing to the baby
eleven from the University of South
ern California today on Berkeley Field,
the final score being 21 to 6.
. Dnfnr Wallops Wasco, 63 to 3.
DUFUR, Or.. Nov. 4. (Special.) The
Dufur High School football team de
feated the Wasco High School team
her this afternoon, 63 to 3.
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CLUB GAME CLOSE j
Vancouver Loses Hard Fight
to Multnomah, 13 to 6.
LEAD HELD IN FIRST HALF
West Siders Kally and Score Twice
Through Yardage Made by Paget
and Day on Hard Line Bucks.
Fumbles Characterize Play.
Before about 50 shivering football
f ass the Multnomah Amateur Athletic
Club team yeBterday defeated the
Washington Athletic Club, of Vancou
ver, 13 to 6, on Multnomah Field. The
Vancouver squad put up a hard fight,
surprising the small crowd present.
The first quarter ended 6 to 0 In
favor of th Washington Club. Fred
Uucaff shot a pass to right end. Cook,
who caught the ball about two yards
behind Multnomah's goal. Noyer failed
to kick goal.
In the second quarter Donaldson
grabbed a long pass from Os Day and
made Multnomah's first touchdown. Os
Day then kicked a goal.
Ball AV avers V'p and Donn Field.
The second half started with the
score 7 to 6, Multnomah. The ball
surged up and down the field, the
Washington team keeping the pigskin
In Multnomah s territory most of the
time throughout the game. Multnomah
had the ball and Left Half Paget got
it on an off-tackle play and raced 40
yards for a touchdown, registering the
second score for Multnomah. Multno
man failed to kick goal.
In the third quarter both teams
fought hard, Multnomah keeping the
ball on Washington ground. Neither
team could score and the game ended
13 to 6.
The game was marred by a number
of penalties on both sides. Each eleven
also made a number of fumbles on ac
count of the wet ball and sloppy field
In the last quarter Multnomah tried a
number of passes, most of which were
Paget and Day Make Yardage.
Lowell Paget, "Hungry" Smyth, Clay
ton Sharp, Jack Day and Leader were
the big stars for Multnomah. Paget
and Day were the yardage makers for
the team, both going: through the Wash"
ington Athletic Club line for big gains.
Paget received a bad cut over his eye
in the last few minutes' of play, but
expects to be O. K. in a couple of days.
Noyer, McDonald, Cook, Norgren and
Daniels were In the limelight for the
Washington Athletic Club. Noyer at
fullback was a big ground gainer as
well as an excellent punter, several of
his kicks going between 45 and 50
yards. McDonald at center was a won
der at stopping rushes and breaking
Vancouver will play Oregon City a
week from today at v ancouver,
Wash. A. C.
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TOP HOLL1S HCNTINGTO.V. OF
Bumholtz; third quarter. Shea for Russell,
O. Day for Kerns, Olsen for O. Day. Owens
for B. Lacaff. B. Larnff for Dnnlela. Bum
holtz for Van Doren. Dunn for Cook, Rooney
for Dunn: fourth quarter. Coshow for i'aget,
WUlett for Donaldson, Kurt for Louttit.
Cook for Thompson. Thompson for Bum
holt. McMullin for Rooney, Daniels for B.
L,acarT, Cady lor Norrn.
Touchdowns. Cook. Paet.
roal kick. O. Day. Officials C
7 0 13
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referee; Georfce Berts, umpire; "Red" Hu-
pert, head linesman, Kichara K. narp.
Arizona Trims Texas Miners.
TUCSON. Arir., Nov.' 4. Receiving
the ball on the kickoff, the eleven of
the Texas School of Mines, playing the
team of the University of Arizona this
afternoon, rushed the oval back to
their own 45-yard line. From that
time, the tide ran steadily against the
miners snd the local varsity captured
the game by the score of 41 to 0.
Results of the Annual
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Northwest Conference Football.
W. L. P.C.I w. L. C.
Ore. Ageies 3 0 1 000! Whitman. . 1 2 .333
Washington 1 O 1000Idaho 0 3 .miO
Wash. State 1 1 .500, Oregon . 0 0 .000
, Pac-ific Coast Conference Football.
W. 1. P C. w. L. P C.
Orsgon 1 0 1000. Washington 0 0 .000
Ore. Aggies 0 0 .0iK .California.. 0 1 .000
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OREGON, TACKLED BV FAl'LK. MIDDLE OREGON FAILS ON LINE
BOTTOM TRIO OF FAIR OREGON ROOTERS.
YOST MEN SCORE 66-7
.MICHIGAN'S PO WER Fl'L ELEVEN
OVERWHELMS ST. LOUIS.
Bllaaonrl Machine la Too Llant to With,
stand I'onerfnl Battering Indicted
at Ann Arbor.
ANN AltnOR. Mich.. Nov. 4. Michi
gan's powerful iootball eleven over
whelmed Washington University of St.
Lou 1 3. 66 to 1. here today. The Mis
souri team was too llsht to withstand
the battering attack of Yost's men. and
In the last period Michigan scored al
most at will.
Washington got a touchdown in the
second period when Kiingr Intercepted
a forward pass and ran 50 yards for
the score. Dawson kicked goal.
Maulbctsch was a team in himself,
making great galna through Washing
ton's line' and scoring four touchdowns.
Busick played a good ame for the
TKICK PliAYS BEAT LAFAYETTE
Pennsylvania University Walks Away
With Brilliant l-0 Victor-.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 4. The Uni
versity of Pennsylvania defeated the
Layfayette eleven today. 19 to 0. The
gaune was full of brilliant plays by
Pennsylvania, although Lafayette in
the first half put up a defense which
held the red and blue scoreless.
A series of fake kicks and forward
passes in the second half of the game
enabled Pennsylvania to break throua
the defense on their opponents scoring
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three touchdowns, two of which were
made In the final period. Out of three
chances the Quakers minsed two op
portunities at kicking goal.
OHIO TIGHTENS GRIP OX TITLE
WtMconsln University Is Defeated. 1 I
to 13, in Hard Game.
COLUMBUS, O.. Nov. 4. Ohio State
University Increased its chances of
winning the Western Conference foot
ball championship by defeating Wis
consin University 14 to 13 here today.
The Buckeyes are now tied with North
western, the only other undefeated
eleven in the conference. These teams
meet November 25.
Ohio won from Wisconsin through
the spectacular playing of Karley.
right half back.
Clatskanie 38, St. Helens 0.
CLATSKAN1E. Or.. Nov. 4. Spe
cial.) On a Blow field this afternoon
Clatakanle High School football team
easily defeated St. Helens by a score
of 88 to 0. Clatskanie's line was pow
erful in defense, and the offense dis
played by the backs proved a stumbling
block to the St. Helens team. The fea
tures of the game was the all-around
playing of H. Van. O. Van. McGilvary,
Me Kiel and Smith, of the locals, and
Lake, of the visitors.
Holladay Meets Richmond Today.
The Holladay football squad wtu
play Richmond on the Montgomery
Flats this afternoon at 2:30. They will
average about 125 pounds to the man
and a good game Is looked for.
Missouri University Beats Texas.
COLUMBIA. Mo.. Nov. 4. The Uni
versity of Missouri defeated the Uni
versity of Texas today 3 to 0. Peeplea
made the only score from the field,
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NAVY TAKEN INTO CAMP
WASHINGTON J.EE ELEVEN WALKS
A WAV WITH 1M VICTORY.
Sailors Aro Outclassed Drsplte Advan
tage of Weight and Wet.
ANNAPOLIS. Md.. Nov. 4. Washing
ton Lee took Navy's measure In foot
ball here this afternoon iu such style
as to give the latter's confidence a
severe Jolt. Although having the ad
vantage of weight and the added ben
efit of wet. slippery field, the sailors
were outclassed more than the 10-to-0
For the entire last period the visitors
played safe. and. to save their several
invalids, resorted to a kicking game.
The Virginians' points were tallied on
a well-earned touchdown and the re
sulting goal followed by a nicely booted
placement from a difficult angle.
OXE-ARMED GOLFERS MAY PLAY
Representatives of America, Engluod
and France Plan Tonrney.
NEW YORK. Nov. 2. An unusual In
ternational golf match with representa
tives of three countries competing is a
possibility in the near future. America,
France and England have one-armed
exponents of the ancient sport who
have reached a top place in the sport's
efficiency. All of them have competed
against the best players In their re
spective countries and have not been
worsted to any degree. Now the one
armed players want to get together,
and already challenges have gone forth
and 'arrangements are being made for
the match to be played in this country,
possibly next Spring.
Louis Martucci is the American who
drives, approaches and putts with one
arm better than most golfers do with
two. He Is is who startled the golf
world by goinar around the Van Cort
landt links in 68. two strokes above the
record. He also made the experts of
Essex County shake their heads by
completing the 18 hole course, there In
69. Martucci is more than willing to
tackle the foreign players who threaten
The representative who would play
for France Is Yves Bocatzon. and John
Hasklns is the Englishman. Hasklns
plays at Hoylake. one of the most fa
mous courses In the world, and he is
considered one of the best players at
the club. Several times ho has been
runnerup for the club title and has held
the honors. Bocatzon is not quite so
well known as Hasklns. but has an
enviable record over the links of
STANFORD 2 9. OLYMPICS
Danny Carroll, Mainstay of Rugby
Team, Forced Ont by Injury.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY". Cal.. Nov.
4. Stanford University defeated the
Olympic Club, of San Francisco, 29 to
0 at Rugby football here today on a
wet field, and in so doing incurred a
loss which campus fans said would
greatly weaken the team tn Its big
game next Saturday against the Uni
versity of Santa Clara.
Danny Carroll, matnetav rt t Card
inal outfield, was forced out of the
game with a seriously dislocated shoul
der. Today's game was the last before the
A floor 14 feet square mlcht be covered
with a sincls ousel of sold-lt.
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Remarkable Exhibition of Victor's
Secondary Strength Is Given
In Contest at Cambridge.
Bond Kicks Field Goal.
CAMBftn?GE. Mass.. Nov. 4. Har
vard's football team beat the offense
of the University of Virginia today for
a total of 51 points, the Crimson's high
core of the season, while an imperv
ious defense held the southerners at
midfield the entire game except for a
The contest wax a remarkable exhi
bition of Harvard's secondary strength,
and six of the 11 men who started thn
game against Cornell were not called
Into play at any time and the Crimson,
still presented three almost complete
Seven touchdowns were made with
goals from six of them and Bond also
kicked a field goal otanding 32 yards
NEBRASKA KEEPS ITS TITLE
Iowa Slate College, of Ames, Loses,
3-0, by 3 0-Yard Open Kick.
LINCOLN. Neb, Nov. 4. In a gam
marked by much fumbling on both
sides. Nebraska today defeated Iowa
Slate College, of Ames, by a s-core of
3 to 0. and thereby retains the cham
pionship of the Missouri Valley Con
ference. A field goal by Captain Corey,
of the Cornhuskers. in the third period
was the total of the day's scoring.
The goal was executed from the Iowa
50-yard line, and came at a time when
Nebraska's hopes were all but shat
tered. The advantage was with Am
in the first two period?, but twice, with
the ball on the Nebraska 10-yard line
fumbles lost the visitors an oppdrtanlty
to score. 4
Eastern Football Results.
At Columbus. O. (final) Ohio State
14. Wisconsin 13.
At Ann Arbor. Mich, ffinal) Michi
gan 6S. Washington University T.
At Troy. N. Y. (.final) Union 5.
At West Point. N. Y. (final) Army
30. Notre Dame 10.
At North Field. Minneapolis (final!
Carleton SO. Belolt 0.
At Baltimore (final) Johns Hopkins
3. Swarthmore 14.
At South Bethlehem. Pa. (final)
Dlcklnson-Lehirh 9. Muhlenberg 0.
At Carlisle, Pa. Dickinson 22. Dela
At Columbia. Mo. (final) Missouri S,
At Des Moines (final) Grlnnell SI,
At Vermillion. S. T. (final) South
Dakota University 3. Michigan Aggies 8.
At Lawrence. Kan. (final) Kansas
21. Oklahoma 13.
At Dubuque. la. (final) Duhuquo
German College and Seminary 38, Upper
At St. Louis St. Louis 0, Crelgh
At Storrs, Conn, (final) New Hamp
shire State College 26, Connecticut Ag
At Watervllle. Me. (final) Colby 23.
At Clinton. N. Y. (final) Hamilton
20. St. Lawrence .
At Boston (final) Boston College
37. Rhode Island State 0.
At Amherst. Mass. (final) Amherst
14. Trinity 0.
At Chicago (final) Purdue 7. Chi
At Providence, R. I. Brown 42. Ver
At Newark. N. J. Rutgers 14. Holy
At State College, Pa. Penn State 79.
Geneva College 0.
At Washington. D. C. Ursinus 0.
George Washington 0.
At Providence Brown 4 2. Vermont 0.
At New Hxven. Conn, (sub.) Yale
Freshmen 7, Phillips Andover 0.
At Orono. Me. Bowdoln 7, Univer
sity of Maine 7.
At Wllllamston. Mass. Williams 7.
At Des Moines. Ia Grlnnell 21.
At Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska 3,
At Minneapolis Minnesota 9. Illi
At New Haven, Conn Tilo 7. Col
At .Cambridge. Mass. Harvard 51.
At New Haven. Conn. Yale fresh
men 7. Phillips Andover 3.
At Houston. Texas. Rico 20. Trxas A.
& M. 0.
At Shreveport. La.. Louisiana Unrver
sitv 17. University of Arkansas 7.
At Tulsa. Okla.. ' Henry Kendall 17.
Oklahoma A. & M. 13.
At Columbus. Oa.. University of
Georgia 0. Auburn 3.
At Koanoke. Va., Unlver.ttv of North
Carolina 7. Virginia Polytechnic Insti
At Birmingham. Sewanee 6, Univer
sity of Alabama 7.
At Atlanta. Georgia Tech. 45. Tulare
At Chattanooga. University of Ten
nessee 12. University of Chattanooga 7.
At Nashville, Vanderbilt 67. Rose
Western Football Results.
At Los Angeles. University of South
ern Oregon 0. University of Califor
At Eugene. University of Oregon 0.
At Portland. Multnomah Club IS.
At Corvallis. O. A. C. 23. Whit
At Butte. Gonzaga University 20.
Montana School of Mines 0.
At Pullman. Wash.. Washington State
College 31. University of Idaho 0.
At Bozeman. Mont.. Montana 6. Mon
tana State 6.
At Denver. University of Denver 13,
Colorado Agricultural College 21.
At Berkeley. Cal.. University f Cal
ifornia Reserves'O. Olympia Club 12.
At Forest Grove, Paciftc University
6. Chemawa 0.
At Cincinnati Woofter 20. Univer
sity of Cincinnati 0.
At Crawfordsville, Ind. Wabash 65.
At Tuscon University of Arizona 4,
Texas School of Mines 0.
At Denver University of Denver 13,
Colorado Agricultural College 21.
At Ann Arbor Michigan . Wash
ington University (of St. Louis) 7.
At Reno. New Nevada 6. Davis (Cal.)
At Brookings. S. D. South Dakota
State College 7. Hamline 0.
At Philadelphia University of Penn
sylvania 19. Lafayette 0.
At Annapolis Navy 0. Washington
and Lee 10.
At New Haven Yale 7. Colgate 3.
At Columbia. Mo. University of Mis
souri 3. University of Texas 0.
At West Toint Army 30. Notre