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THE OREGON . SUNDAY JOURNAL, . PORTLAND, SUNDAY- MORNING, NOVEMBER 25. 1903.
Hill Military Wins Academic Hon orsOregon
Ties With O. A. C.
at Corvallis Hunt Club Chase.
Yale Downs Crimson Team
Naughton's , Sporting1 Story
Sunday Journal's Page of Sports
Everything In Sportdom
Edited by I. A. HO RAN
"p-BaVef Cftjtr Ptay Perttamt Hlgh.
r.HLLER FIRST II
KALE ELEVEN IS
HILL MILITARY TEAM, CHAMPIONS OF1NTERSCHOLASTIC-FOOTBALL LEAGUE,
BAKER CITY TEALl
AT LOS ANGELES
Clever Jockey Rode in Great
Harvard's Crack Team Is Out
' played by the Stubborn Sons
. of Old Eli.
Fistio Devotees Visit Angel City
Eastern . Oregonians Preparing
for Thanksgiving Day Came
With Portland High.- .
Form' Yesterday at .Ben
nings Race Track.
to Witness Burns-O'Brien
' " Contest. -
: SENSATIONAL FINISH IN v
: MILE AND HALF EVENT
Schilling Tries '.: toy Prevent Miller
From Winning on Oxford and After
' Ex cifihjf Stru ggle Favorite. Came In
First Pretension'! Mount Set Back
- (Siwela DUMtck It Lur4 Wire to Th Josraal)
. Washington, Nov. 1.4. Walter Miller
was the .marvel of the afternoon, riding
the winner In each of the five flat rarea,
the most sensational of which waa the
Oxford-Pretenalon and Ormondes Right
race. Oxford waa an odda-on favorite,
bnt there waa alao a world of win
money for Pretenalon and a strong play
on - Ormondes . Bight. . . Schilling broke
. Pretenalon away In front and led two
' lengths ever Oxford to-the home turn,
where Oxford moved up. As he drew
alongside Schilling Jammed over with
Pretension, carrying Oxford to the ex
treme outside fence. ! .,.
Seeing that Oxford would pass him
anyway. Schilling, stung to desperation
by- Jealousy of Miller and knowing that
his employers had a tremendoua wager
down, reached over and grabbed - Ox-
ford'a bridle In an attempt to throw the
"groy streak," and then a fight ensued
between the two enraged riders with
their mounts plunging along a second
faster than the beat previous track
' record. Miller struck Schilling to make
' the latter release his hold of Oxford
and then Jammed over on Pretension to
get Oxford off the fence. Both straight
ened out their horsea then and Oxford
came on to win easily by a length and a
"ttatf - over- Pretension, - with Ormondes
: Right a fair third. Pretension was dis
qualified and Schilling suspended for
the balance of the meeting.
" A -scandalous reversal In form took
the sporting 'flavor from the big, one
- mile land a half race. Banker, the horse
-that was- beaten by twenty, lengths last
time out by Dainty, Palette and others,
7 won the special by a nose from Coder-
strotne by dint of Miller's fouling the
latter all through the stretch. But when
Doyle, the rider of Cederstrome, triad
to claim a foul, the stewards waved him
away without the pretense of llatenlng.
Miller's followers scorched the ring
. in the first race, - when the marvel
- brousbt home Roxy Angarolaa Work
man, a good little plater In other days,
but scarcely able to raise a gallop all
. Brilliantly ridden by Tim Donahue,
the professional. Mr. HCMurtnes Ten
fare, represent! ijg the Radnor Hunt club,
of Pennsylvania, won the seventh
hunter champion steeplechase from end
to end. :
1 Summary of Event. ' " .
Seven furlonirs Workman (Miller),
, to 2, won; Belle Stroma, second; A-
rilnai-thlrd, - T;
About three miles, the Hunter Cham
pion steeplechase Tellfare (Donohue),
to 1, won; Essex II. second; Mount
Henry, third. Time, :17.- '
Five and a half furlongs Temeralre
Killer), 4 to S, won; Naxelle, second;
Ambush, third. Time. 1:1 t-6.
One and a half miles Banker
(Miller), 11 to I, won;' Cederstrome, sec
ond: Dainty, third. Time. 1:41 1-5.
Mile, and seventy, yards Oxford
(Miller), to 10, won; Pretension, sec
ond:. Ormondes Right, third. ' Time,
1:46 l-S. Pretension disqualified for
fouling. . .
One mile and three-sixteenths, old
course Emperor of India (Miller), even,
won: r Ivan hoe, second; Winifred A,
third. Time. 1:06 1-5.
HEINRICH WILL TRY TO
THROW TWO WRESTLERS
(BteelTmotf r TbS" Josnwl.) -'
Vancouver, B. C, Nov. 24. Joe Heln
rich, the wrestler, has undertaken to
throw two men in a catch-as-catch-can
match here next month. His opponents
will be Matauda, a local Japanese
wrestler, and Swanson, of Nanalmo.
Helnrlch will endeavor to throw each
man twice in two hours actual wrestling
Sauterne, 25c to $2.50 a qt.
Rhine Wine, 50c to $2.50 qt.
Caret, 25c to $2.00 a qt.
Burgundy, 50c to $4 a qt.
Sparkling Sauterne - pints,
65c; quarts, $1.05. ,
-65c ; quartsrr$l.Q5.''
White Seal CharrTfiajjne "
pints, $1.G0; quarts, $3.00.
G. II. Mumm Champagne
pints, $1.00; quarts, $3.00.
Vve Cliquot Champapne .
pints, $1.60; quarts, $3.00.
THE QUALITY STORE
Ftfth and Stark. ' Main 6499
SOLITARY TOUCHDOWN '
. DECIDES GREAT CAME
Veeder Make a' Sensational Forward
Pass to Forbes on Harvard' Two
' Yard Line and Roomo-Sent Aero
Much Coveted Goal Line. .
Tale . Xarrard' 0.
(Speelal Dlapatca by Letted Wire to Tbe Journal)
New Haven, Nov. 24. Vale won the
football champlonahtp of .!) "by de
feating Harvard's splendid team, to 0,
this afternoon on the Tale Held.
Tbe Ells Outplayed the Crimson at
every point of the game defense, or
fense, punting, old-fashioned line plung
ing and In executing the intricate for
ward pass, made possible by the new
rules. The" only score of the game
came near the end of the Brat half.
when Rooms, after a succession of
plunges, carried the ball over Harvard's
goal line with tbe entire Yale team at
bis back. Veeder kicked an easy goal.
Harvard, undaunted, returned to tb
attack, but Yale held her lead safely
throughout the second half.
Yale did lh better work -in -the Brst
half and should have scored twice in
stead of once, for the sons of Ell had
the ball on Harvard's five-yard) line and
it looked a cinch for them to carry 19
over. . However.. Alcott made an awful
muff and the Crimsons got ths balL -
The game was full of fouls at the.
start, both teams being at fault. Hold
ng waa tne principal fault. and both
teams paid ths penalty, of IS yards' loss
several times for this. "
Side kicks" and forward passes -were
the features of the Yale play. .Harvard
played the game she has played all
season, but was gradually forced back
by her' opponents.
It was really marvelous to see tne
wonders that had been worked in the
Ell squad since two weeks ago, when
everybody exported Princeton to van
quish the New Haven team. ' " -
. Every play went . through with the
nicety of clock machinery, barring a
few unavoidable accidents, suci as
slipping ou the soft ground. But the
resistance that Harvard put up showed
that these two teams were very evenly
matched. - -
Harvard came vary cloae to scoring
in the second half and only an unlucky
turn prevented It The difference between-
the two teams waa Just thla:
Yale waa absolutely sure of what she
was doing) while Harvard was, not
Tale Flsysd Oreat Sail.;
The Tale players on occasions pro
duced really wonderful plays, one of
which was the running back of a punt
by Knox that marked him the hero of
the game. This occurred in the first
half and left the Ell players on their
opponen fa1" 2I-ya r& lln$. From " tnat"
poln they forced their way almost to
touchdown when an uniucay xumoie
Knox was the man who had been in
jured In the . Princeton game and was
not expected to play, so that his ap
pearance in the lineup was a genuine
surprise to the spectators. Hs wss ev
ery bit as reliable as hs had been in
the Princeton contest, but bis biggest
feat was the long run he made at a
critical moment It was that that es
tablished the confidence of the Tale
team and started them on toward vic
tory. Rooms Is the man who takes the
credit for scoring the only touchdown
of the day. But' behind thnt there wss
a play which must .be credited to the
Invincible Veeder, who shone at every
moment during the contest Veeder
was entrusted with - a forward pass
when Yale was on Harvard's t5-yard
line and he sent ths ball squarely to
Forbes at the two-yard line. Rooms
plunged through the center of the Crim
son Hue for tbe score and veeder placed
a nice kick over the crossbar.
The line up:
Yale. . Position.
Blgelow . . . . .
.R T. . . ,
, . . . Osborne
Q. . . .
T. Jones . . . . .
R H B ....... . Lincoln
.T B. ;.. Wendell
The officials: Referee, E. K. Hall.
Dartmouth: umpires. W. H. Edwards,
Princeton, and Lieutenant W. J. Hack-
ett. West Point
, MEETS IN DENVER
The first session of the board of dl
rectors of the Westqrn Bowling Con
gress Tournament aaaoclatlon was held
in Denver last - week. Officers were
elected and considerable progress was
made toward perfecting plans for
launching and promoting the second an
nual tourney of ths W. B. C, which will
be held In Denver about the first week
The local boys are hitting a clip
faster this season than ever before, as
Is shown by the games played by the
city league every week. -
J.-T-HamH ten-wiled a perfect game.
300, last Friday, which makes the sec
ond one . within a month. C. J. Mc
Menoroy made the other one, and C. J.
Km lie still hojds the high Individual
average 6f the league, with 203 for !4
games. lw C. Keating has the highest
single game. J6, played In the league.
Thla afternoon a match between the
St. John team and a picked team will be
played on the Oregon tljey at 3 O'clock.
; FOOTBALL RESULTS ,
.Tale , Harvard .
At Chicago Chicago II, Nebraska 5.
At .Minneapolis Minnesota S, Indi
At Lafayette Illinois f, Purdue 0.
At Springfield Brown 23, Dart
mouth . 1 ,
At West Point Syracuse 4, rmy 0
At Lafayette Lafayette 13. Lehigh 0.
'At Annapolis Navy t, Virginia .
At Philadelphia ''unsylvMMa . 32,
vuuuovw xty - .
Reading From Left to Right Houghton, Briggs, White. , JMiddle RowGraham, Hill, Merchant, Bradley, Don
aldson, MacEwen, Lniey. Bottom Row Chester Coovert (Mascot), Hayea, Gleason, Taylor (Captain),
Cort, Knettle. "r ' ",' ' 'r :' ; :' V;A. ; J
OREGON PLAYS TIE GAME
WITH CORVALLIS "
State University's Eleven, With
Crippled Team, Unable to
Score Against O. A. C.
' (Special PIsoatrV to The Jeeraal.) '
' Crvallls, Or., Nov. S4. On a heavy
field In the presence of 1.800 spectators
the O. A." Cr eleven played the Univer
sity of Oregon to a scoreless game on
O. A. C. field this afternoon. The
Agrlcs held Oregon even during the
first half, which ended In no perceptible
gains for either side. - From start to
fln!h it was a game of punting and
kicking. The balls waa like glass and
many fumbles were made by both
teams, in tne nrsi nair u. or u. car
ried the ball by short, persistent gains
to the 15-yard line and lost it on a
fumble. O. A. C tried a place kick
but missed. The last half was played
entirely in . V. of O. territory. Tims
was cajled with the ball on Oregon'
20-yard Una. - In the latter half Oregon,
kept putting In new men and falling to
make gains by punting. Oregon tried
mass plays, making slight gains for a
time by a superior weVht of team but
this failed, and they resorted again to
punting. Wolf of O. A. C. played a
splendid game. - Two hundred O. A. C.
rooters gave the, serpentine march
through town after the game. O;. -A.
C rooters gave the team the best sup
port ever seen, on the local gridiron.
Moo re a of IT. of O. waa ths best ground
gainer, making several good end runs
mltnn who went In dur-
Ing the early part of the second haTfTTtng-oli: "' Who w 111 easaposa -th nclub
was outpunted by Wolf of O. A. C
. The lineup: ' -
O. A. C .. Position. V, of O. "
Dobbins fc E. ....... . Moores
Darby-Finn LT Plnkham
Pendergrass ...,.LO Hammond
Cherry ........... .C. .......... . GUIs
Ba'ber . .RtJ. ..... . Scott
Bennet R T ..... . . Arnspleger
Bhannon-Hnrdlng .RE..;.'... Chandler
Oangnon i ,..QB Kuykendall
Wolf FB.....4 McKlnney
Moullen-Kannon . .L H. ........ . Clark
Looney-Cady RH , Zacharlns
Referee Bruce Shorts.-. Umpire Dr.
DOWN NEWBERG TEAM
t . .
' (Spaetal Mapttek to The JonraaL)
Salem, Nov. 24. The Newberg Ama
teurs were defeated here today by the
Willamette Juniors by the score of 20
to (. The visitors outweighed the
locals whose team work won the day.
In the first half a touchdown waa made
by the recovery of a fumble by left half
back Leach. The second touchdown
waa made on a forward pass and a 40
yard run by Booth. On a double pass
play Hadley. of Newberg, completely
eluded the locals and carried . the ball
for a touchdown. '
In the second half Salem kicked off
and again got possession of the ball on
the 16-yard line. Holman made
touchdown on a line shift. Holman
followed with a successful drop kick.
After a few plays the game was called.
FIVE FAST BOUTS FOR
" THANKSGIVING EVE
The first amateur boxing event that
have been scheduled at the Multnomah
Amateur Athletic club this sesson will
be puHed0ff' Ht 'Weilnextay- evenlTgjltngup wtH be st ronej. Xhao at any time
In tbe club gymnasium The great cry
for boxing matches ha been so loud
for some time that the club officials
deemed . it advisable to satisfy the
members by holding ' five of the best
bouts that were ever undertaken by any
amateur club on the coaat Chairman
Edgar Frank has matched 10 clever fel
lows for the affair. Boxing Instructor
Fred Remlck states that his men are In
the finest condition for the bouts, and
that those who attend will see ths most
sclentiflo exhibition ever pulled off in
OFFICIALS AND MUSl
FOR THE BIG GAME
, The' officials for ths Multnomah-Oregon
game on Thanksgiving afternoon
are: Referee, W. Lair Thompson; um
pire, R. N. Hockenberry; time keeper
for MultnonMh, KVsnk E. Watklns. De
Caprlo's band has been engaged, by the
Multnomah club for tne occasion, and.
from present plan, the. game will be
the gala occasion of the year. - ' '
- - jgnj-en Xlgh Win. -
Eugene, Or- Nov. 24. In a ' fast,
snappy gams of football on Klncald
field this afternoon the Eugene -High
school defeated Salem High school by
the scors of 17 to i: Eugene scored two
touchdowns In the first half, but kicked
only one goal, while Salem scored her
lone touchdown In this half also. The
ri Kiting team was given a reception by
the. High school student tonight. .
Annual Came Between Multno
mah and .Oregon Will - Be
t Played Thanksgiving.
BOTH TEAMS WILL PLAY -THEIR
Followers of the Eugene Aggregation
Feel That This Year's Game Wfll
" - "
Result in Oregon's Favor Strong
est Players for Both Sides.' .
, The real gam of the football season
will be played next Thursday afternoon
(Thanksgiving) on the Multnomah grid
iron. The contesting; elevens will -be
the representative teams of Oregon uni
versity and Multnomah Amateur - Ath
letic club. Everybody waits - for thts
game, ft arouses the keenest Interest
of the year. The greatest crowd of ths
year -will be . present The greatest
teams of the Vaclflo coast will -be in
action. Multnomah expects the hardest
contest of the season. In expecting this
the club men will not be disappointed.
Thts morning the club men will hold
their' final scrlmmaga before meeting
team will not be known until after this
morning practice; but sufficient la
known to cinch the statement that Mult
nomah's best men will be In action.
.Oregon's rasa zieven.
; Oregon' decisive viclory6ver Wash- -Ingtor.
last Tuesday ha caused the
northweat football world to sit up and
take notice; for there was a feeling In
the air that tbe Washlngtonlan would
at least bold Oregon to a tie. The
Eugene collegians were played to a
standstill during the first half, but In
the second half tbe fighting spirit -that
ha so long characterised Oregon's play
asserted itself and Captain Chandler's
protege scored two additional touch
downs. It waa a magnificent game and
the display of college enthusiasm would
have done credit to many a larger in
stitution. Oregon certainly has a won
derfully strong team and her men play
with a dash and a spirit that bode no
good for their opponents. When a team
can win a game with -Mireo of it very
best player on the side lines, there Is
every reason to believe that Its mem
ber are mad of the rlg-ht stuff. Ore
gon la a small college, having an en
rollment of lea than 400, yet h re
peatedly defeat the team of Waahlng
ton. . Corvalll and other college that
have enrollments of twice that, number.
During the past 10 year the Oregon
eleven is the only northwest aggrega
tion that has given Multnomah anything
like serious competition. Tear after
year the Eugens team ha oome to
Portland and waged a stubborn contest
against Multnomah, but has never won.
Two or three of the annual game have
been ties, but most of them have re
sulted in victories for : Multnomah
usually by small scores, "
Ores Strug! Fromlsed. '.'' " '
. Nt Thursday' atruftle promises to
be the closest, hardest and most spec
tacular game ever played in Portland,
With Moullen, Hug, and possibly
LatouVette. back in the game, Oregon
this year. - The average weight or tn
Oreron eleven 1 171 pound. This
lineup gives Oregon the -heaviest team
in her history and those who aw th
gam wMh. Washington say that th
team 1 faater than any former Oregon
eleven. Oregon's great strength lies In
Moullen, th phenomenal place kicker
and punfer, and in Chandler and Moores,
the speedy ends. Ability to punt and to
handle punts is a great advantage under
the,' new rules, and in thla department
of th gam the Eugene men are rlgUt
at home. They gained ground on every
exchange of. kick with Washington and
Kuykendall, the Utile aubstituts quarter,
managed "to -fan - Waahlngton' punts
back for handsome gains. ' With Mo
Klnney, Clark and Zachareas behind ths
line, Oregon has a back field -that can
go through an opposing center or maas
on a tackle for big yardage, while
Moores and Chandler are fast men for
end run. If Oregon succeeds in get
ting the ball anywhere-within Mult
nomah's 40-yard Una Moullen 1 reason
ably ur of a kick from placement
....... .:. v..Jm Stoking Hat.-..
In case of accident to Moullen either
Clark or Moore can kick ky-craplng
punt - for Oregon. - Th presence of
Hug, the veteran center, in the lineup
mean that Oregon will have a sure
passer and a defensive forward' that
can hold his own in any company.
Those who saw the Multnomah-Oregon
s-ame laat year remember ' th gallant
fight that "Us put up against Pet
Qverfleld. In. rase of sccldent to Hug,
..cVnUnui on Pag' Twijvs.2,
t:. I- '
CLOSE FINISHES AT- THE
: . OAKLAND TRACK
Backers of Favorites Had a Hard
Day Picking Good Things
V at Emryvile. .
(Special Dispatch by Leased Wtrs te Ths Joaraal)
Oakland, CaL, Nov. 14. The horses
that the big crowd backed did not win
at Emeryville today. Close finishes
wer the TUle. In the Artful handicap
Logistella, the 7 to 10 favorite, waa
beaten by a small margin by the (-year-old
Rama, who gained on advantage
by making a fact pace the first part
of the Journey. Logistella finished
strong; but could not get up. Ramus
waa f to 1. - r
Knapp rode Logistella and also rod
the favorite In the next race. Military
Man. who lost to Dewey, the second
The veteran Watercure ran one of his
good races and won easily from a cheap
bunch in the mile and an eighth event
He waa as good- tf l. Princes
Tltanla showed -that- she ettll-had- a
good race left by winning the last from
Ruby, the 11 to 10 choice. The Princes
led all the way, . (. .
:t , snu&mary of ae.
Bis furlong, selling Fre Bent (Me
Intyre), T to 1, won; Silver Sue second.
Tavora third. Time, 1:14 J-5. -. i
Flvev furlongs, purse Ocean' Shore
(Earnshaw), to 10, won; Al Llndley
second. Fred Mulholland third. Time.
Mile and, .an eighth, aelllna Water-
Little second, W, B. Oatea third.
Mil and .100 yards, handicap Ramus
turusseii), g to l. won; Logistella
ond. Dollnda third. Time. 1:45 !-.'
On mn. galling Dewey Cr-Rosah4gCBems-hatclilng within
16 to s, won; Military Man. second.
Roll third; Time, 1:41 l-a.
' 81s furlongs, purse Princes -Tltanla
(Graham). to 1, won; Ruby sec
ond. Van Ness third. Time, 1:13 1-8.
' V , at, '
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C. P. BISHOP
87 THIRD STREET
. '. IS FIRST CHOICE
Naughtbn Reviews; Work of Boxers
That Ars Now in the Public Eye
Champion Jeffries Will Referee the
j. Contest.-.. '. ;; -
(Special Dtapatek by Leased Wire to The Joaraal)
Ban Francisco, Nov. 24. For every
body Interested in glove conteat Lo
Angeles is "the next stop." On Wsdnes
day evening next. Thanksgiving eve by
the way. Jack O'Brien and Tommy
Burns will hook up in what might be
termed elimination bout No. I.
The first affair waa - between Sam
Berger and Al Kaufmann and now that
the result Is a matter of record, this
other one seems more classy and impor
tant Why? Becaus Kaufmann whipped
Berger and O'Brien eut Kaufmann to
O'Brien la a top-heavy oholce down
outh and that' how it should be. Wer
It otherwise the sports would become
suspicious. O'Brien did for Burn one
before and tbe main reaaon for this sec
ond conteat la the local' color given to
the Bums Los Angeles reputation by
bis vlctorv over Marvin Hart
It doesn't follow, however, that be
cause O'Brien I . favorite that O'Brien
will win. Burn Is a sturdy fellow and
should bo able to stand lot of wear and
tear. The Canadian chunk la built for
Heavy weather and he 1 as shifty a the
pulex cants, which commands , recogni
tion mors quickly when called flea.
- Bona Is Xarroa.
Tommy I a dangerous fellow when
opposed to a man who Is shy of either
talent or 'condition. He train to -per
fection and he la gaited for distances.
He has whipped soma men who. oould
not fight by waiting until tbe fact
dawned on them and they had become
discouraged. He triumphed over Mar
vin Hart by allowing Hart to wear him
self out thumping the circumambient
With O'Brien, of course, it should be
different Jack 1 agile and wiry ' and
In the matter of endurance can keep step
for step with Burn through an extend
ed bout And Jack doesn't rack andf-
wrench himself trying to rats blister
on the atmosphere. He is a sure-fisted
fighter and a strict economist There Is
little , of waste motion . and f sw lost
punches- In jQ'Brlen'a system ofmUlln.
Both men sr-.conscientious workers
and there will not be much to choose
between them on the score of fitness.
O'Brien ha natural advantages of
height and reach and he is faster and
cleverer than Burns. That 1 why hs i
the favorite. ' " '. ' '
.Jeff. WtU Bef ere. '
3m Jeffrie Is to referee the O'Brien
Burns fight and some of us re wonder
ing whsther the alfalfa baron will get
through his Job without experiencing a
ment andTakeJut une muie wlilil at
the Queensberry game.
It Is hinted, in fact, that thla fellow
McCarey, who 1 looming up a a Napo
leon among - matchmaker, ha some
hla gray matter.
A a boy at school McCarsy wrote
"Sympathy Is Akin to Love" in his
(Continued on Page Twelve.)
HEADQUARTERS f OR MEN'S
largest stock in the city plain -
or fancy designs soft, stiff- and
plaited, fronts coat and regular
style cuffs separate or - attached.
Handsome 'patterns in
. stripes, plaids and figured
effects the newest effects.
a rL--irA J"
CVCItY MAT GUARANTEED
BY THE DEVOTEES
Coach Nichols Has Rounded Up
First-Class Aggregation of Players
arid There Will Be a Battle Royal.
When the CrackTcams Meet.
tftpecHl Dtapatek te The Joeraal.)
Baker City, Or.. Nov. 4. With the
Portland High - school-Baker football .
gam not a week away the interest I
reaching fever heat, and discussions of
the relative' merit of the contesting
team can be beard on every side. Log
ically the chance of victory favor the
aggregation from the metropolis, but
logic I without avail when combated
by the sturdy determination of the ever
ready Bakerlte and the greatest confi
dence I expressed In th bom team by
every one here.. ;
. Wonderful Indeed ia the record of the
local team during the past two year,
slnje It baa been under the direction ef
Coach James H. Nichols. .. - Not ,onc
during that tun ha a an opponent a cored
against it and . not once ha . the en
emy's ball crossed the Baker 10-yardi ,
Equally brilliant i the record of the
Portland team. Not a high school team
in in state naa mat in rorttanaera
this season wbloh ' did not go down to
defeat and they wer bested bnt twice.
when they went up agalrfit Columbia.,
and HIU Military.
Taking into consideration th record
of th team a and all conditions, there la
no doubt that th Thanksgiving gam
will be the best high school match
played In th atat thla year.
. rKtnlat la steow. .-.---r
Every evening th local boy train
In th snow, developing pd and de
fensive work. -
Advantage of altltud and familiar
ity with th ground is claimed by the
home team but to offset this th Port-
landers have tiad the benefit of seeing
the gam- a it ha been developed by,
Multnomah' crack organisation.
By th time th gam take place It
ia believed tbe snow will have melted,
and with rolling and scraping th
ground will be In good ' shape. Th
field 1 to be entirely urrounded by
canvas and muslo will be furnished by
th White Swan band. Estimating
front. lbs-enthusiasm- - now-- displayed
there will - be a crowd of from 1.009
to 1,(00 people present to see th on
test . -J ',.!:.. ...
INTEREST GROWS IN YELL:
AND SONG COMPETITION
Th contest for th beat yell and th
best song for th Multnomah team for
th Thanksgiving gam has aroused un-.'
nni interest., smnng , Multnomah , clubi
member and th student of Portland
academy, Portland High, school, HIU
Military academy and Columbia uni
versity. .. Frank B. Watklns. who lias
charge'' ot th competition, received a
large-number of yell and songs yester-
day. The award will not b made until
Monday evening after ( O'clock. "rhe
prises are IS or a year' membership In
the Multnomah club for th beat yU
and the best song submitted.
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