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THE OREGON SUNDAY jOUft.'IAL fOKTL AND. lUllDAV MORiUNO. OCTO Jlt tl. IU
SPORTING ' DOI NEWS. CD FROM Eh3 ALL Immia SECTIONS
BIG STRIDES IN
41H OF CEIIW
WORK ON SUD
IN sir SOON
FUYBtS 10 GIVE
MEET OH S0
Tanty-.Ii Years Aqo Tctal Beaver Maonafe Returns From
Boicrs and . Wrestlers -Art
fVit.TexTi Men Rc.'csated to
Rece pt cf World's Cham
East With Practical ideas
TraWnj for Honor ot Rep
Scabs In Effort to Put
FjQhtina Spirit Into Varsity
pjonih.p Series Were Less
for Portland's New Baseball
resenting Muttnomah Club
Than Plajer Males Today.
Park; Order 6000 Chairs.
Acalnst Seattle Wov, 17.
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la.aaj L LU w4 Cfck
Tii a4 Ik Haas la ! IKa la
la llll!. aa4 taaai raara II all lilt..
Ill I. ka laial aaiowai to far
tfca all aM af laa rarl CI la at a" !!.
Mia aatlaa. Owl of I Sal amaJI forluaa,
INa aUyara aa iba Itra rluba aUI IUI.
af vairk ar ral aai ta
' a Iraara a4 la IM ataaa. Kaca
aw tf h -Mia4!hU Urra realva4
lltttll. vaJia aara aaa af Iha Uuaia
t IUHII far ata li a ar Mora
llaa all Ib rwln If raara am
ia lilt, InHommg m diapaia avar ha
artaa af Mil, kicb aooad la a ita.
tba Iva rluba-dartdad lo tlay for lha
rhanplaitihta oa a 1aaarlaJia-ll baaiau
Ta Hrowaa took half af laa llt.tja a,
ar l Ml. which m 41144 among- iha
It raraa af lha laa, vlrtoc aarb
anabar 1118, which waa col ao bad for
lhaa 4a r a. Chria Voa dr Aha. lha
club vwaar. porkaia4 lha rat Tha Chi-c-oana
rvaa b4 la pay Ihrir awn ri
MBaafc Baiatff Tari4.
rro at llti lha raoalpU ar14. Ia
HIT. II asea aUotl4 lha baaabaU po
ala !!. Ia lift tha rM-lpla vara
I1I4II. whna In tha folowing yaar ihry
war a IIMII. Tha Tampla ctip awriaa
la 1114 and llll ll,0 and 111.
- Thar war no ir from llll to
HOt. Tha Amarloan leama waa or
anla4 la Itoo, and tt raqulrad a coupla
f yaara for tha two orranliatlona. lha
A marl ran lrarua and tha National laacua
to rot tocatbar. Finally In 1(01 tha
two laafuea play ad It out and Uoaton
of tha Amaiioana dafaalad Ilttaburff
of tha Nationals. ' From that yaar tha
rlral eluba, tha attaadaaoo and raoalpu
T.ar. CI aba. ' Attandanea.
J o Boiton ra. ntta-
If 94 No aarlaa playad.
1106 Gianta va. Ath
laUea . 11.711
llai Whlta Box ri.
Cuba y 11.141
1107 ChlcatV ra. Dt-
108 CWcaro Ta. D-
and la aaUM wUt a!aa4 vaaa)
f m mi j tnM ta p tt far a
IM faal ar a la rUhi n.U. wfckh wiu
rvaaariad wl'.b la nikl mui n14
iiir ay a brl4a foor faal la wuih.
HMla la Chtcara Jmif McCr4ia
taa a coairan fwr lha furauhUg of
ira enaira. jtf
Ka t'raoclac frfe belda
tnaey aa lha ra-w fm ArW
i.ra iia pairotva T
at about ! paopia.
rort win b tha abaaoa af all pool
acM aoa row. flaoad tl faat apart to
aupport iha roof. At taaal boita
will ba prarldad.
n aalraar will bo mada to tha
graadataad And biMrton, and four lick
I offleaa will supply tha faaa. Tha
antraac to tba taraatllaa will bo ao
arraairdTlhat tbara wtu ba
crowding al tbo galaa.
Wblla la tba aaat Judga XcOadla
lnqalrd alar tha playoro rortlaad
drafiad from lha Trl-Htaia laagva, a ad
ba aaya that rlr and WrvJl ar lool-
d aa coming wondara.
iudga McCrdl had aa a fallow tra.
alr non olhar than tha groat Cy
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sl Graduate Manager System Is lilted at Varsity
Geary Trying to Lift Debt From Student Body
Wllb tha adopUoa of tha gradual a
manager aytlaaa al tba Valvorolty of
Orogoa, all of tbo eeafaroaxw oollagaa
af tha Dorlhwaal and taaford and
Barkalay aa wall, bar laa aaava fona
of aaporrlaloa of atadonl body affair.
In aacb ooUago or aalvaralty aoa waa.
iwaya aa alumaua. la latruaud with
tht handling of lha laa ma. lha blrtag of
Toung. tha wufnral of baoaball. who got ooacbaa. tha buying of aupptlaa. Ina ar
" Ch VM ? raoglag of achdulaa. and lha autaaga-
Klgin. Or, with tha tonlaadar. Young
haa a brothar who la aogagad la farm
log at Elgin. Cy aaya bla pitching arm
la good for a eoupla raor yaara with
Boaton. and aftar that ba la thinking
of oorolng out to Oragoa to ut.
1I0 Plttabura r. Do-
, trolt 145.206
Ilia At blot lea ra.
llll Athletics va. Ol
v. anta 171.111
FINALS THIS WEEK
- Play In Multnomah's handball tourna
' ment for the Ban Holladay cup con
tinued throughout tha week, and aeveral
flna matchca waro pulled off. It was
hoped to have the finals played In tha
early part of .the week, but the prelim
inary games will not be completed until
Thureday night, when tha aeml-flnals
will ba commenced. The finals will
likely be played on Friday night
Crack High School Eleven Will
Settle Differences on
What looka 11 Ira one of tha bast games
hi. a!..oJ X Tin- bll for di "ch thinks .oily of bis own
this aoakon Is tho bill for Friday after-1 kr..nh f .ihi.n
man l of all game. coocrts, daacoa, and
4abatas In which bis college lo financial.
ly concerned. Nominally, at least, tba
graduate manager la under tho control
of aa aUUetlo council or board of con
trol compoeed aaually of a mix tar of
atudent and faculty mam bar. Three
boards bare tba choosing of tho gradu
ate manager, tha auditing of his ao
counU, and la soreo Instances tha stip
ulation of lha salary which tha man
ager Is to rocetvo. Ia all tba college
thee boards bar reto power over tba
actions of tho graduate managers and
on thlnga Important are generally ap
proached before action Is taken by the
The advantages of- tb graduate man
ager ayatam are many. It does awsy
with tha Irreaponalblllty of student man
agement and when rightly worked out
prevents tha chaos and disorder that
each new atudent manager muat face
whan ho takes up his duties as manager
of eorae one of tho anterprlaes In which
tha atudent body participates.
Under tha student manager system.
Kid McSIinne Coming.
Charley 4Ktd) McShanq of Medford,
Or., Is the latest arrival In Portland
boxing quarters. McShane has had sev
eral minor scraps in Medford but had
an easy time and did not have to extend
himself In order to win. McShane may
be put on one of the cards that .will
likely be staged here this winter.
noon, when tha Lincoln and Jefferson
teams battle on the Multnomah grid
Both lineups are tha strongest that
have represented tbe schools and tha
game ahould be a great one from the
first whlatle until the laat.
Manager Tyaon of tho Lincoln team
places lils confidence In his players and
thinks- that tbey will be returned victors
over the Jefferson team. Tyson expects
Quarterback Olson, who waa Injured
early in, the season, to b back In the
game against tire Jefferson squad and
he will strengthen ths Lincoln back'
field. Tyson has been limping around
lately but expects to be In fine eondl
tlon to go up against tha Jefferson
Captain Anderson of ths Jefferson
team Is pleased with the showing the
school has mad In the-garaes already
played and is confident of a victory
over the Cardinals. 1
Whether Jack and Os Pay will be per
mitted to play against their former
school has not been decided, but if they
are not allowed to play it will weaken
the chanced of the Jefferson team.
The game will start at t:16 p. m.
particular branch of athletics and csres
only about tha aeaaon that ha la man
ager. Thus, the different enterprises
ar mada to suffer on account of lack
of cooperation batwaan tha managers,
each of whom Is trying to make a, rec
ord. Then, too, the apparatus and prop
erty of tha students Is not well taken
car of from year to yaar, and a baavy
financial loas la experienced from
continual change of managers.
When It is realised that $3000 I .pent
on the ooaohing of tha football teams at
most of these colleges during October
and November, that nearly 11000 is
spent on ths equipment of tha football
aquad each fall, and that another I100J
goes for first class beefsteaks to put
the final touches on physical strength
before tho big games each season, It
Is seen that in a year1, time considerable
saving can be made by an experienced
manager, who is not In- lha business for
tho glory to b gained, but ' who Is paid
for his services and is held strictly ac
countable In a business way.
The money to be earned jfor a student
body by the graduate manager system
is not all in the saving on expense.
The field at best Is but limited In this
1-dlrectlon, for winning teams demand
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kw i:i I a.il a aU .
e4a tig. iM laa baw sm.
e"a. -a aa asa la g l aitt.
l fisitiai wiMiiaaa. waa as
g aa'4 fr la-a a,ia ar
ljm I l tkar rtaaua T aa4
W.auaa Yk fr iwu fweaa
a iM lai tul la 4 i b-l. a4
ia aiaMf f i trywwi m L-a all
aaaiaai paiita Ht i t
atawrta A r Tvauaa.
Tao tbaaywuala M ar lealalag
ar voaiaai. Uittim Oeaora aU a
viat-wt. fvreaarly of paaaa. Tryovis
( wbhra) or IM big saai artiaia IU
ra i a slab ut N ImU4 alaag
silk la BjMweUbt laaL
-rwiy" Urtiaa Ui Ug Waabiagiaa
attrti y fe4bal a tar, wb wa laa
A- A. L. caaplalp -al rwnteM
la I U. will rrl lha gaxiua
rtab la IM) baarywaigbt wraaillsg 4lH
mily ryaaa. will rprl 'IM
14 "M- club ta lb III a4 bet
4!vtlea a4 Jaa gwala. lha buahy
pa4 oerappar. will tackle eiue
twal kat. tbe baa sat ba lta4 as
yC Moor looks Ilk lha bt weli
af laa lil alsb. aa) It may b that
IM lively ot FonUad boy wlU M
pilled against Moore.
CraMall Is a be wing lb boat form la
tba 111 ootiad elaaa for Saallla aa4 II
I rwrtUad aalU a tba Ilk. lib asar M lhal Ereenaa a ad CraadaJI will
4 "a ar priabr ang lo arreage tb M raalcbad wbea Ike club mot
faaXbalt. baaaaatl. irark. and baskalball I November 17.
rtsw) atsa Awy Fra afema,
Mulioomab first naif f tba Isler
elut mats will M bald awsy from
' "?i,U Jlf . b h sr at least, working well for I ho pre
TL, OraW oompUiad Ina remainder of her meets ent "
0 b held In the "gym." Including lha
P. N. A. ehamplonahlps which was
awarded lha club I hie aoeeoa.
Tba first tntarclub ml of Ui llll-
lilt P. N. A. HtMa will M bald to-
rlgbt at 8ttle btwa the
(rattle and Vancouver club. The Bast,
tla aquad la rated the boat that baa vr
YACHT RACING IS
-OVER FOR SEASON
the best of outfits, ths most skilful
coacHIng, and tha safest of protection
devices. Tha largoat financial returns
to a college from efficient manaceraent
Is la tho handling of ths big games and
meeta. For Instance In- the coming' gams
in Portland between the football elevens
of the University of Washington . and
Oregon,- it Is -estimated that 11 MOO or
115,000 will be taken in at the grate.
Ths proper advertising' of such a contest
will make a difference of several thou
sand dollars in the receipts. , '
Another advantage of tho - graduate
manager system is thst It makes possU
bla the forming of all the conference
college schedules at on meeting of the
conference. . This year ths plan Is to
call a meeting of the graduate managers
rhedslta fr th roaalag yaar.
Tba graduate sxanagar sysiaas ha
baa-a emiaeaUr saeeaaefal la Ut oot
lg4 of lha Paetfla eoasi. ta
baa ajresdy baw tried oat
Maaagvr tVadnlek of tb University of
Waahlngto) baa beea able lo make
etadeat la of II admit lb student to
all tb rampas gam, student body
tartalamanta aad coarta '
Oradutta Manager Durtrnk of Dtan-
ferd oBlverally has ba abla to salt
down over tt0.N0 for bla constituent
during the lhre yaara ha baa managed reproaonted that dub.
in Biiajr n in aiuaanta ar buui-
ford. Oraduala Manaa-vr Jon of the
Waahlngtoa etate eolleg ba broucht
tbo atudent body boa! area af hie eolleg
lo a aalf supporting baste. Da for tb
tnetaliatlon of tb a rat em, Pullman'
affair war n a bad way, financially.
The fin bbc of """Whitman eoilagai
aaother of lb confrno eotlegea,
rchd ao deplorable a slat tbat It was
thought that some of the poorer psylng
branches of athletic would have to be
discontinued. But oader a plan similar
to tha graduate manager system they
hop soon to b back an their eet again
without a aacrtflr. 'Whitman collese
haa a board of thre. an advertising
manager, Virgil Bennington: an equip
ment manager. Holla B. IUI1, and a cor
responding manager, Qeorg B. Col, to
look after student affairs.
Arthur M. 0ry, a son of Dr. E. P.
Geary, a prominent physlcaln and sur
geon of Portland, lg the newly Installed
graduate manager at tb University of
Oregon. Deary wa. a member of the
graduating claaa of 1110. Ho la alao a
member of the. Sigma au fraternity.
When In college ha had valuable expert-
enca as student, manager of the. Uni
versity of Oregon Qiao club. Besides
handling the affair, of the Oregon stu
dents Mr. Oeary make, a trip to. south
ern Oregon frequently and looks after
the management of his father, orchard,
which Is located flv miles out of Med
Oreduat Manager Oeary face, a stn
dent body Indebtedness of 11000, Incurred
rrom paying last year, bills, but It Is
hoped that this fall s remunerative foot,
ball schedule will put tha financial af
fair, ot tho Oregon atudent body high
ta a AtH IViWa. CW.al.
t. . lll a -jus at,iiM
f im 4 wa al im ix.g a
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atia la'a kta, MiU mm
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of I 4 IM ara4 II I 4 All
f IM rd.uie bet 4iUiag
a rarktv r.Mii tini ai ia.
e of IM ara4 lei brvsM
ai e iBipr4 rMagae.ia tae
CarU. M aniaa Troaaa.
PieMVty lb grai mfmIm r the
wb Cb I-Ua a I Car
a-, im Mull iUk vta.
"Wl easeg a4 4laia4 M
a iualar. laM kta iaw at
Atoag wlib Cariaoa M KtraeUe. e
wiaara- quarter or IM pe4 ie
aa bj retNaead
noc-la. IM haadf apBl
yr waabiagtee high acMol
Moor, the big rrba lachla. aad
Jaeaup. ! fraahmaa. WM waa mm.
Ilv4 to. have mad gd st halfback.
are a la oocopying poalija a the
wrrub' Jeva. bavins hmrm reoiaaad Ir
Cbrlalmaa, lb ICrelurklla, aad Shaw.
baekr high srhool lad from Aber
deen. Kaliogg. wM pUyad right and
for tb vareiiy last year. I agaia bark
la the earn poaltlon. and laarram. a
former c4aaa- learn man. I aew Mies
ued al tart guard.
Whether ar not all of the S rhaagaa
r permanent la Xat rat liar of boo- ,
Jaelur but Ih farl that they check
IM triumphant march of the aacv-nd
aggregmiloa la sufficient to show they
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Fore an AfUs Declared the
ChampionDinghy Club Is
Raising Money for Float.
Jennings Is Satisfied.
Hughle Jennings Is satisfied with hi
berth with the Detroit Tigers and will
not accept any proposition mad to him
to manage other teams. , If Frank Na-
vln cares to algn tho former Baltimore
star ire stand, ready, to put bla John
Henry to a contract
Ths llll yacht racing season Is closed
after one of tha most successful years
In the history of the Oregon Tacht club.
Several fin racea were bald on tho river
during the summer and better time es
tablished than In any previous sesson.
Tha Fore-'aa-'Aft won the champion-
ahip by making the largest number of
points In' tha aerlea of bruahee and the
Sparrow, the 1110 champion, flnlahed in
second place, being awarded the Frank
Creaaey cup for her performance.
Commodore Todd, who waa the akinper
of tha For-an-'Aft, was presented with
a handsome .liver bread dish as a prise
Tor winning me cnamptonsnip..
The Oregon Dinghy club held a meet
Ing last week at the residence of Com'
modor Todd, and ssveral Important
business matters were discussed. It was
decided to hold tha opening dance at
tha Oregon Tacht club Thuraday night,
November II. v
The proceeds of the danoe will be
added to the general fund, which will
go toward completing the big float un
der construction for the club. The float.
hlch la nearlng completion, is 60 by.
80 feet in size. It will permit of the
repair of several boats at the same
time and will save yacht owners a great
deal of time and labor. This float Is
tho first of Its kind on tbe north coast I
Dele I Mass,
Dolan rfuars to make anr com man ta
on the situation but 11 la th general
opinion on the campus Ihet.the coach
la about roady lo select a varsity eleven.
Robinson hss been playing a arlendJd
gam all acaaon. bavins eonaidorahia
advantage over Reynolds la weight He
seems to havs a broader knowladce of
football than the average hlrh school
player. McKensie la lnexpr1Qcd but
le developing rapidly, aa la
by the fact that ha has replaced Carl
son at center.
Shaw haa been a nromlalna man from
tha beginning but he Buffered from an
injured knee moat of ths aeaaon. h vlna-
only recently been releaaad fmm th.
hospital corps. He la huakv and
and should make a good runnlns- male
for D wart a. th nstiva nf rtn.m m-hn
la easily 'holding down hla position at
left half. Dwnrt learned to nlav fw..
ball In Southern California and upon hla
arrival at th Oregon Agricultural eol
leg Impreaaed Coach Dolan as being
ths man for a pise on the varsity.
Wing Fosltloas Tseertai. ,.
The end poalilona atlll appear to be
the mopt uncertain of all.. JSnbergr an. I
Kellogg of last year's team; .Walter,
a substitute f of the same aggregation;
McFarland. k- junior: Darllna- of wh.
Ington high, Corkran of Lincoln high.
and Larson, who played fullback for the Jl
freshmen last year,, ars all strons rvrn ?!
tenders. Enberg. who haa . air f
served thre years on the varsity, Is
taking cars of the left end ef th Una
creditably and will doubtleaa be able to
ao o mrousnout th sesson.
Kellogg appeers to b tha-mnae-llbai
rtm n I n - ,1 ... . ' .
a valuabl men there last year bprao
fsr this sesson has not been displaying
his usual form. However, much 1m
proverornt haa been noted in his plsy
Ing during 'th pajft few f days which
has greatly pleaaed the ooachlng staff
Kellogg Is strong on both offensive an !
defensive play and also understands
how to handle the .forward pass
Walters probably ranks" next to Kel
logg;, And aa he ha. had only two weeks'
practice, may yet be given a place , He
la light but speedy and tha red v,.i,i
chap has plenty of fighting determina
tion. - . . . v ; ,
Tho second Lincoln team mav tM.i
soon to Hlllsborrti where thev will
tha Hlllsboro high .ohool squad.
HAPPIEST BUNCH OF BALL TOSSiERS EVER GATHERED UNDER ONE CANVAS
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