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Crimson Team Displays Class
In Game With Most
ICali4 rin taa4 Whl
aldlcr nla. CAmbrldf. Maa, Oct
BY THE OAKS. 94
1911 Champions Dron Second
Straight In Post Season
Series With Oakland.
Of lb I7.A0I crowdad In IM aladlum.
not . a wrarlnf crtmaoa color bopd
for nor than aa lUrrtrd aoora or that
lb CAmbrldf lra would krp Urow
from aeorlnt, If tftr couldn't.
Harvard diaplayad mora football eiin
Ala thAA At tor pravloaa tiro IfH
aaaaoa. And It waa a dlapUr tht
how Coach Houghton And hi aaalat
nt hr a few aurpri that uch op
ponat aa TaJ And Prlncaton, will do
r)l to look out for.
Tb brltht ur of th (am wr
BasebantarsPick Up Loose K-JSr mrvuK
down In th fourth period. 'II a
balloon punt on hi own yrd lin
And. dodcln; And prlntlnr through in
entlra Brown taom. ran 70 yard. II
waa downed on Drown' two yard Una
wbr Wendell, after two trial, put It
over th Una.
Campbell. In the third period, ran I
LIKE REX OF OLD
Change Around New
PENN STATE DOWNS
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AuaaAUo af a lent cherished drA
wbo Mr football warrior tram pi ad ta
the duet tb red and blu AobortA f
tb Ualvarally of rnylla. Ho
r Want ta tba aexerior laaav . Boerai
Paaa Slate St; talarlly af reaesyW
The IaI elera paralyaad tb r4
and blu la th flrtt naif with a aerlea
f whirlwind plf tMt awept tb
fanaaytvanU team completely Off their
feet. Millar, tb atar uartrbAcJ(, waa
a wlaard At epaa flald runnlnf and
truck, terror to Feaa nearta.
1a Uia firat few minute of Rlay, h
made I wo iotg ran for touebdowna. one
of t yard aid tba other for M yard.
Captain Vrry, th atar Btal and. aiao
mad a rua f T yard . for a touch-"
down In thl period.
Tba red and blu mad II touchdown
In tha second period on Ions run by
Pennsylvania. Position. Panaa. State.
rtnhar J K Pasa
I Ml ion L.T.. ...... Harlow
Wolfert UO tirbout
(By tb lateraatlaeal Nwa Atrvlra.l I New Tork, Oct. tl. About Ui
Ban Kranclaco, Oct JI. Oakland won Chanc Nw Tork will have to aaa
today exhibition gam from Portland I leagu ball player at work will be to- yards for a touchdown
by th acor of t to 4 In easy fashion.
due mostly to the fourth Inning rally.
when thry knocked th offering of
Kneatner for aeven'runs. After that
Inr.lna the UaM wer Held Mf ex
ceptlng the seventh, when they got over
one run. Th Beaver mad on In the
third, another In th fourth and two
In the seventh. Plater being able to
morrow whan half a dosen accre cations, i Harvard a cored in the firat rive min
ted by Ty Cobb, Home-nua Baker. Lar- t PlT br u'ck ruAhes. "ena"'
Harrington It. It.
Mercer, Minds KB
Keferea Marshall. Harvard.
I'mplre okeaon. Lehigh.
1-leld Judge Crowell. tfwartmore.
Head llaaaman Tj'ler, Princeton.
VANDERB1LT TEAM g;-srs
Slow Game Won by Wolverine
University Squad by
(Called Ptcm UaM Warn. I
Ann Arbor, Mich.. Oct It. In a
gan re ple with aaall play and char
aetertaed by open football, th t'nl
veralty af Michigan elevea today
downed Vandrbllt university t l L
Purine tba firat half Mlchlgaa eal-
cltd Vandtfbllt And waa within
striking distance of th south roars'
goal Do a numMr of time.
Th play waa largely la Vaadarbllfa
territory And Wall and Thomson for
Michigan ripped up tba touted V
derbllt Una almoet at will, bat Mlohl-
gan alway fall short of a acor.
la tha aecond half Mth teams soared
touchdown and a field goal.
Vanderbllt made tb first ace re.
Rushing th tall to Michigan' 11-yard
Una by series of forward passes, Our-
in. a vanaerom substitute, booted
field goal. After the nest klckoff
Michigan came back with
rytng th ball by success
passes and long end runs to th south
erners' lt-yard Una, where Conklln
kicked a goal from placement Ter
rific Una nlunclnir br Walla and
Maulhe I Thompeon for Michigan again brought
Barry line Dan within striking dlstanc of th
southern goal Una, where Well waa
hoved through for a touchdown. ;
Two forward passes within a mlnuta
arter Michigan kicked off resulted la
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SALEM HIGH DEFEATED
BY THE EUGFWP TEAL!
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ranary proiaAlar of prtf locuil Mae.
MU hav read la lh pt and ar
making laday hat arouaad th tow
auAar I IM aecaaajty of la ling tba
Cbealdat Ba Xauaaa.
"TThy eheuld profeaalonal MaeMU M
Immune from laaalloa la ihl alaler
aid aa assemblyman wb looked over
th big crowd at t ftrel world ae
rie gam. "Kvery At her form of amuse
ment has is pay a tas t lb city, ewua
ty or AtAl a. TbeAtreA have to pay a
llcenA f. Mslitg par Us par coal
and racing had A big Us.' which
brought la A larg .amouat every year
to tha state and out of which th farm
ra received a big Mualy t all th
tal And county fair. Tb promoters
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NO MORE MATCHES
AT FORT STEVENS
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Aelorla. Or.. IV t. tl Tha flgMlag
game aa far a Aaioria ar in immM.
lata larrllorr to eaaceriMd I oiirlf
Aad. Tb tool eatpoet of art.nl I Ho Ms.
lag Ma Man wiped af f lh (nap la Cll
aop coaatr br AA rvr laeuatf yealardav
at Port Aiaveo br lUeolenant Coloa.l
gleveaa prohibiting malrba M held
at tb fert la tha folur. Aaierla not
long sine was known throuchout lh
aorihwt as aa open Iowa. Mberlff J.
V. Bum killed off the flshl game la lh
city and county aad Colonel Mteven
baa relegated lh gam at th fort I
the arrap heap. Tha MAtch) Mtwaea
ldl K'ho and Harry Harrteon, a rt
Ktevens aoldler. has Mea In4nnltely
postponed McauM of th order.
1 100R BASEBALL
SEASON TO START
'f First Games Will Be Played
About Middle of November.
A AH TEAM
0. A. C. Team Downs Chema-1
wa Eleven By Score of ; I
75 to 6. ; i
Oregon Agricultural College Cer si
lls. Or.. Oct !. Th Chemawa Indiana
wer eay victim for th Oregon Agri
cultural college football elevfo In a on.
ry Doyl And other stars will play la
th various . fields about the alt la
order to pjck up a little) loos change
next wek. Th member of th two
teams which" competed for th world's
championship will M feted by their
svenin, anr admirers and Amerlcaa baseball will go
heavr stickers from Portland , .,,.. .
W - . I ,,... WWKI&V.
from dplng much damage througnoui
Th two clubs play A aouoi nsaaer
tomorrow, th morning gam at ua
land And th Afternoon gam at oaa
Francisco, closing th series., Tb
I being finally pushed over from tha flv
vard Una after urown aaa rumoiea.
Went Point Itotx LrhlRh.
(Ualted rree Leml WLr t
West Point N. Y Oct 18. ThA West
Th nembin of thl Athl.tlc. wUl CAmpbell whin Brown h.ld for down.
hav a good tint next week, for they
Brown scored At a result of whirlwind Point Cadet thl afternoon defeated
olava from her own 45 yard line. In-1 Lehigh by to to t. Th soldiers out-
eluding thre beautiful forward passes, played Lehigh in vry department of
Mtlholland'a educated to gave Jiar-ime game and scored apparently At wilt.
vard a leAd in th second period, with
th Acor standing to a, ha replaced Princeton Defeats Holy Cross.
Portland's aeml-profeailenal baseball
player hold a meeting laet week and
organised an Indoor baseball circuit
a touchdown for Vanderbllt but Mor-wh'cn b" nowl a th Portland I aided contest played oa tha local grid
rlson lost his chsnc to tl the-ocor I Commercial Indoor Baseball league. I Iron thl afternoon. Coach Dolaa
when he missed the goal. I Pour teams ar In th leagu thl sA-1 Aggregation took tba redsklaa .Into
' ' u. inflludlna- tha Honavtnan tun I ramD by a scor of 71 to I. by aecurlnir
- Sotcw Hcmod OpB Toda, Lhamplon of last season: Wsonas, Rit-J 'J touchdown. 7 goal kicks, tw plac
Th 1111 oACr foatbaJl season will pert' Kschles And tha Marshall-Wells I k "na. Vr"1' 2.7.77 V t
mm thl. .n.ran.11 n h r.i k... I wucaoown c real lea m in is-
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club field At Williams avenue and FUn- I ti..
Th Company B squad snd th Vsn-
will be wined snd dined until they Ar
Parade, banquets, theatr parties
ana tnings or this oort hsv been Ar
ranged In their honor. Aa a matter
of fact had each on of them been born
.a .ni tin. If. n rnnn.fi hiiak I xt t rn . m ftn.l
,11 JVI .W J ' U " r f A ...aw fc U, ' . . . J,m W I a -JO.
I yaroi ana mmn me uu n.iij -iworoui ror me Dig gam wiin iiarvara I .. a ....,.VOi llu m
. " K" f a kln couM nardly hav any mora
Chadbourae. rf S 0 1 10 0 attention paid to them or creat any
KOdgers, 30 I I mora attention whan thav mrm n th-
Krueger, If ...
Hheehan, 3b . . .
7 14 15 t
ToUls ...82 i
AB. R. R. PO. A.
,6 1 11 0
coy, rr . .
Hetling, 3b ...
sCutshaw, 2b ..
, Totals 83 9 10 37 16
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Portland .0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0- 4
Hits ..........0 02200SOO 7
Oakland .........1 0070010 9
Hits ...... ...... 2 0 0 6 0 0 8 0 10
Home run Tiademann. Two ban
hits Tiedemann. PecklnpAugh. Hoff.
man. Coy Zacher. Sacrifice hit
Kuhn, Koestner, Wares. Base on balls
Off Koestner t, off Flater 1. Struck
out By Koeatner 1, . by -Flater ' 1,
mora attention when they Ar on th
streets then they do now.
All of th winning teams have broken
training ' with the exception of Danny
Murphy, the right fielder. He suffered
from an attack of lumbago all through
th series and Is not yet In good con
dition, but hopes to rid himself of th
trouble befor cold weather sets In.
Th players ar all glad that Harry
Davis, who filled th gap so . well at
first base, has signed to manase tha
Cleveland team next season.' Although
Connie Mack hates to sea him go, he
didn't want to be in the way of his
faithful veteran, batting his position
in th basebAli world. Davis succeeds
Georg Stovall, who will be traded to
th Washlngtons. Stovall Acted
leader upon th resignation of McOulre
And brought his club from sixth plac
iO miro. .. y ,
Pitcher Coombs, who was lnlured at
the 4 last iPolo grounds came, is still
suffering, And It may yet b necessary
to operate on him. . . x ,. .. .:
Th Giants wer given a bir dinner
tonignt oy tnair admirers and torn or
row night will -attend a "gambol" at
th Lambs club. .Various things will
Double plays Pecklnpaugh to Rodgers I keep : the Giants In town for nearly a
to- Rapps. Tim 1 hour 15 ' minutes. I week and they will then hurry to their
Umpire McGreevy. -- ,; homes and prepare for the atart to Cuba
WHICH WUl bO SOma tlmpi In Nonmllr
BATTING AVERAGES Senor Muno" ' E1 -Mundo. the leading
- - - - Havana na rA 1 a ti a v at ..it
FOR PAST SEASON ranement" :fr th WP. The players
win itium j.ruiu iuua sDout uecem
Kodgers . . .
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Sheenaa . . . ,
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ASHLAND LOSES TO -.
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For1, additional sporting
news ree Pages 4, 5 and
6, Section 4.
AShland, Or.. Oct. 28. Th Med ford
iai high school football, team defeat., tha
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8 : .6871 -aaniuirei , nign ocuooi team this after-
1 .850 1 noon Dy the scor of five to nothin
0 - .0001 Ashland had the advantucA nf wairnt
out was ouiciasseq in speed and team
play. Medford lost a chance of a touch
down near the clos of the first half,
when the ball wss on Ashland' three
yard line. The third quarter was fast
Medford scored their only touendown
inthfs quarter After a forward pass and
arun from center of th field, Aahland
played defensive through th entire-last
000 1 naif, keeping the score down by regu
ooo I lar , and consistent vuntin-. . Medford
.000 I woif because of better intarfrnr. .r.
00 j mor successful us of th forward
I pass. Ashland resorted mostly to end
4 ' II' j23PIy-( Aahland failed At drop-kick in
the first quarter and never bad another
chanefc. . . ';,
Post fiemaon Standing.
Won. Lost '
tween the posts for a field goat
RIVERS WINS BOUT
FROM GEO. KIRKWOOD
' B tba lotaroatloatl. New Bervlee.l
... Loa Angeles, CaL, Oct 27. 4o Rivers
whlDDSdi Georg Kirkwood of Ban
Francisco In eight rounds At tha Ver
non Arena this Afternoon. The remArk
able display of gameness and ability
to take punishment shown ty in ae
feated lad was the real feature of the
. Beaten in each and. every, on Of the
rounds, Kirkwood came oip for the
eighth weakened by body punishment
and his face ananlovely sight to look
upon, his nose ana mouth navmg Deen
continually hammered by the Mexican's
fists. Rivers landed a left to the Jaw
and Kirkwood staggered back against
th ropes with his hands hanging at
his side. Referee Charles Eyton
stepped between th boys, motioned
Kirkwood to his comes And raised
Rivera' hand In token of victory.
Rivers scarcely fought up to his old
standard. Hi punches lacked the kill'
ing power shown in times past and he
was alow ia Ms movements, . .
next Saturday, Princeton this afternoon
defeated Holy Cross by 80 to 0. Holy
Cross bore out early reports that It was
not as strong as in past years, and was
able to do nothing with the Tigers. The
Tiger line up was considerably shifted.
fin gam I expected.
Play Scoreless Game.
I'nlted Pit Led Wire.)
Annapolis, MdM Oct 28. Western Re
serve of Cleveland played the Annapo
lis midshipmen to a standstill her this
afternoon. Th final score was 0 to 0.
Beta ' teams played desperate football,
but neither was able to mak good
Yale DffeAts Colgate.
New Haven, Conn., Oct. 28. Colgate's
dtsns, whloh wss th only chanc tby
ton street at 2:80 o'clock. Th Nation- . .V. Z.7 . "1 ' . ""u. "? ?"" ou""f .,n" 'n"r ra-
Als And Cricketers will be the opposing - i """""- . . .. wi. it or or in coniu vroas.
teams in th flrt gam Of th season. " naT" "ol n",ra leagu tnia u.a piucay ji.i.e rign enu. grauqea ma
SVUt I wa waa a uwiwiw mig , til aWwBATvjsgf AA aJUi
ThA league will start about th mid-1 raced 80 yard for th college goal. Shaw
die of November, and will continue fori mad a similar run for th Beavara,
about two months. Two games will be I but most of th scores came from well
played every Sunday afternoon on the! executed short plays and tha success-
Armory Indoor baseball diamond. I ful us of th forward pass.
Th leagu last season was quit A I Tb game, although , onesided
success, but tn aireciors mi season
hone thev will surpass th old record.
Som fin game wer played last I
season, but even peiter corneals are i
expected this winter, as the players are
mora familiar with the game. I
Tha srames will start at 2:30 O clock I tent tha Bloakln near tha Indiana' anal
eupenor warn worx or the Bunnyslda in th afternoon, ana mere win oe auoui i most of tha time.
eleven or tn Archer & Wiggins league I thre hours or play, wnicnf win p ai ..rtantaln Mav. th weavanf atar ta-ki:
V. 1 . J , 1. 1 . - . . 1 ..... I . . 1 . V. A . M. V. A 111,. .A I . ... ... f
vu.uivu vjif7iu iv ueii i ii h rv nn hiii i arreac oaaiima lui iuuh iuv . , o w
team by the large scor of 60 to 0. The watch the Indoor game.
Sunnyside team played together like al Johnny Tauscher, who la managing!
Duncn or veterans. Their team work the Honeyman team in place oi Ban
was the bright feature of the game. Bartholomew, announces that his squad
DEFEATS NOB HILLS
score, was an interesting contest Th
Chemawa lads fought hard every min
ute of th time but wer practically at
the mercy of their heavier opponents. '
O. A. C scored A touchdown during
the first four minutes of piny And
Both teams were evenly matched and will line up nearly the same as they
di.v.n hii Tale in tha flr.it .ouarter of when the two meet again next month did last season. New uniforms ar now
tnt.v-a fnnthait rin nf thpn hirw nn a better game Is expected. Thla was on the way for th team, and Tauscher I Davis.
th Ells winning. 28 to 0. Walter Camp, on ' th first games played Jn the expect to get the boys out for initial I G. Scott
Jw, at right half back added to his Arcner-wiggms Amateur Football practice next wee
family's football laurels by scoring ,?r'e
two touchdowns rcr Tall. Yale fumbled
received fractured rib, which will
practically keep him out of th gam
to be played with th University of
Washington next Friday. . Th lineup:
Chemawa . - O. A.- C. . ;
Cross, Scowlale. . . .R. B. Enberg, Larson
Douglas ...R. T...,.. . . . Moor.
K. O Chrlstman
The teams lined up as follows:
F. Johnson .
! Powell ......
Tomlinson . .
E. Muhley ..
Peck (a) ...
. .1 G
. R T. mtm
a . Xj. EI a i
. R. B
i iR. Ha !
Fa Baas a
WOODBURI. CLUB LOSES
TO MT. ANGEL TEAM
: ' ' ' 1 -.- -i il -ii i Ti i - - . ' , !
Woodburn, Or., Oct 28.-4-Th Wood-
burn Athletic club was defeated by the
Mt Angel college by the score of . 6 to
0 in the game here today. The game
was won when Mt Angel's fullback re
covered a Woodburn punt . which was
blocked by one of .their own men.
Woodburn had the better of it In th
less today than heretofore.
At 'New Haven Colgate 0, Yale 23.
At Cambridge Brown 6, Harvard 20.
At Princeton -Holy Cross 0, Prince
ton 20. '
At Ithaca Pittsburg 8, Cornell t.
At Philadelphia Pennsylvania Stat
22, university of Pennsylvania 8.
A A TTr... T .Itl.k A Am... .A
At Annapolis Western 'Reserv 0, SECOND HILL TEAM
At Hanover, N. H. Vermont 0, Dart
At Syracuse Springfield T. 8. 8,
r At Oberlln Ohio 8, Oberlln .
At Columbu Ohio ; Stat S, WeS'
leyan 0. .
X A Lancaster Franklin and Marshall
0, Haverford 8. -
. .. Daniels
. . . . Elvers
furl nn n
noue-hertv will handl th Wwnu B- ienilnw... .. . .L, O. . X D. Sltton,
this season and he has several of the ..-. . r.m - "oa
fw-fA.'UAA ......... . mm
uoiumoia pmjoru vi u 1 pan........ ........ .!.. i Kellogg, Wil
tum Ufarshall-weiis is reponea -o
have a strong lineup, and Rupert will
no doubt hav a good lineup in. the
.ffiSS! FRESHMEN TAKE
ANNUAL BAG GAME
nr-rnn Aarlcultural College, Corval-
l'is. Or., Oct 28. The. annual big plcnlo
between freshmen and sophomore
Vancouver, Wash:; Oct. 28. In a well
played and, scrappy game, the H. M. A.
second team defeated the second eleven
of the Vancouver high school by the
score of 11, to 0 this afternoon. Hill
scored twice. within the first ten" min
utes of play. Forbes of H. M. A.
At -Ann Arbor Vanberllt I, Michigan blocked Taylor's punt and carried It
DEFEATS VANCOUVER II cu-. of tn.
CC11"K ilriu WAA tl.v. t v--
afternoon resulted tn a 9 to 2 yictory
for the fruehles
Dunlap, Dowin. . . . Q....... . Robinson
Cleroeas......... JR.H... Dwarta, Jes-
J. Scott. . m . -L. H. .. . fihaw, Ras-
. i. - , . ; - , i muaaeit ;
Powers. .,. ....... .F.-. .. . ... Kvndoa
M'MINNVILLE WINS . ' :
At Easton Carlisle Indians 19, La-
rip.t . ttt tha arAm and tried - far two I layette . '
field A-oals but missed both. Most of At. Swarthmor Rutgers . 0, Swarth-
tha rama eu nlaved in tha center of I mor ii.
th field and was about even until the At Lincoln, eD.--eDrasKa 84, Mis-
last few minutes When th college bovslsouri o.
mad their scor. - 'I At Evantonr 111, Northwestern 1 8,
Woodburn plays second Chemawa next I Wisconsin z. -.
Thursday at Chemawa. - -,. I At Minneapolis Iowa 8. MinnesotA 24.
over th line for the first touchdown. -
Parker, th H. M. A.s quarter, mad
the qecond touchdown by receiving Van
couver's punt and carrying the ball over
th goal Una after A 60-yard run through
a broken neia.
Rodgers, Taylor And Ryan were Van
couver's stars. Byerly played th best
all round game for the cadets. He was
closely followed by Brown. H. Blaker,
Parker, Forbes and Barmer. ....
Vancouver High: Hill MlUtsry.
McMinnville, Or.; - Oct 28. In ' a.
fiercely contested ' game, McMinnville
One hundred and fifty I high school defeated th CorvaUls high.
men, 75 on a side, participated -In the I school her this afternoon by th scor
scrimmage, which lasted a half hour. I of 15 to O.vmaklng the third game Mc
F.leven boys-were placed in the center I Minnvllle ha played this season .' without 1
of the field and soon after the pistol J having her own goal line-crossed. 'Th
ahot thft opposing classes lined up at I teams were evenly matched in weight -
opposite ends of the field wer Into the but tho local high school had th bttr
fray. The green cap wearers had the punter and excelled the Corvtlli boys
httAr of the struggle from'the begin- in forward passing and , reovrinsT
nlng, but1 nevertheless the contest was I fumbles and punts. Th first touchdown
nirited. The upper clsssmen Acted asi was mad after six minutes f ply
Judges and took car to sea that only I when Corpron recovered a fumble end
friendly rivalry was displayed..
JACK JOHNSON JOINS , lv" "e7.f"A":
-m . - i i n a fMra-a wm v trtiimini nv t risa wv 1 1 i . . .. "
FREE MASON LODGE bHv
, Iternoon by th score of lfi to 0. Thl whit' . ...... .UG-R..... Zimmerman
Willamette team piayed a nn game
and- tn work oi uaiioacK Brown was
Th manager of th Park aquad pro
tested Against th weight of Player
Brown of th Willamette Heights team.
' 1 Publisher' Preia Leaaed Wtte.l
London. Oct 28. Jack- Johnson paid
a flying visit to Dundee yesterday for
the purpose of being initiated as A Fre
Mason. , The lodg which JohnsoA Joined
waa ..th Forfar and Kincardine, an he
is th second colored man whose .nam
has been placed on tb rolls. After the
Initiation1 ceremony, Johnson, declared
Minnesota Beata Iowa.
Minneapolis. Oct 18. In a nma ra-J
that It was th most glorious time oflplet with forward passes, long runs
his-life. It had long been his desire to I and magnificent drop ktcka. 1 Minnesota I
be a Mason. His father-in-law was a (this afternoon defeated th University
Mason and his wlf had Alwaya desired I of Iowa. .24 to 6. Murphy of Iowa ex.
tUxa t btcom ha Icuting tw beautiful field goals.
Jefferson trims Albany Team, 17-0.
Albany, Or., Oct. 28. In- a hard
fought battle th Jefferson hlgtt school
of Portland defeated th Albany high
team this Afternoon , on, tn iocai
rrounds by a soor of 17 t 0, When
Stinaon. Byerly I thev Uned UP for th start th Jeffer
son high school naa a auDsmui oacx-
field and In th first quarter me local
boys bad tm pest of th Argument .
Jefferson put In ; their regular back
field In the second quartet and scored
after a' few minutes' of play. Th Jef-
.....L.H. R, Working, Clark I fersen team bad the.beat of th fight
..a.m. 1....... urown and scored two more toucnaown in tne
. Rosendaul ,.' . . . . C,. ','.,.
Smith ... . R- O. L. ..
Galbraith ,...,R.T. L.......
ran 60 yards.
White Kicked an easy goal, jn seven
minute mora Whit for SVL It 8.
I crossed the line for second touchdown
on straight bucks, MeMlnnvUl scored
three mor. . points ' in third qusrtar
on a pretty place kick by Whit, After
this tiv local eleven was witnm acoring
I distance several tlmns but failed.
Captain Fegley and Morgan at uartr
starred for Corvallia while everyvnin
Ion the team distinguished himself for
the M- H. 8. IMm MoMlnnvllla ia eut
for th valley championship and o far
has mad coed.'
McCarthy Capt . . . Q. ...... ... . Parker
Length of quarter 13, minutes, orrt-
cials: Mr. LUIn, V, Ii. referee;
Jtmct O'Donnell, V. II.-8.. umpire; Mr.
Emily. H. M. A Iltld Judge; M, W.
Metcalf. H. ij. A head linusmaa.
F.. ........ .Brings iast quarter. Tb gam was eharactei-
.V I ld by rouga playing oy ootn teams.
cuiimm .... .,. ilk... nlavera waa takin
out for lugglng. The local high sc hool
had five men injured and fir.isnpd the
gam with substitute. Th J.ffersnn
hijrh too fit fir the Aibajsy h,fch
La Follefte'a Tony. ,
Tb speechmaklnif 1'Tir --i
undertaken ty hanator I. I
furtheranc tt his pr-i i.f.U
tion wilt lait ! or r . f k
will mtir'- f