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PORTLAND, OREGON, v SUNDAY v MORNING. ; OCTOBER 5;10r:il913.r
. XA'rTHAT.THE.CHAMRIONSHiP IS. CLINCHED WE ARE WONDERING WHO'LL WIN THAT SECOND P."ACE
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POINTS TO 3J F0R
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AGGIES ROLL UP ka
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Tozerteblelo Get" Hard Hit
: Si ting Beavers; Out ahd tareg
CAPTV3I LD RODGt fi3 fe
PUNISHES THE BULB
. That Jljey. Had Down :
South.V:: ? . .
IiO v Angeles, : Oct .11 We almost
; Witnessed 1 ball contest, this after-
noon;;:.AJmost;tiA.t"far; aVwe could aee
1$: trom "' thf pras ''box there ''.irri'..W
men scattered over the field, the most
. f tfte time, In addition to Bill Phyle,
, . Jfla t'jnnejr and the batter, as a v re-
ult of the alleged contest the Beavers
- Won -10 to B. - a I
, - There really .was Verr little to choose
.:i between the three " mound ' "artists'
;J Xised by McCredle and Dillon, MoCredle
permitted Jiagerman to era the Cull
' route, .but Dillon took pity on "Bill
; ; Toser in the first ot the eighth os-hen
l"-there appeared to be no prospects o(
'retiring the aide, and Induced Gregory
v to take uo the gauntlet.
it: After thelr tally In the first frame
Portland was -.unable to get .. a , man
f across until the slkth, when they made
v tip for lost time, by making four.
Rodgers singled. Davis was safe at
' first on sJioward's error ' and,; Speas
sjcrtceiAvtiobef ;.'. singled In .' field,
j ecorlng Rodgers. Korea singled to
v-: center, .scoring Davis, and ' was forced
tat' second by Fisher. Lober and Fisher.
; then tallied n Hagerman'a double- to
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i FourJ bite counted; onea ' for- Port
, land. In the seventh and four more In
the eighth counted for as many runs.
,sf One f ?the ' blngles was a triple by
. Rodgers, and Hagerman was presented
' wlth a pass y ( Gregory to- help out
the ,soorinr: ipmnonmvtt-vn-tfri;'
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ory 1. - gtnick out l)T Toaer 2, -by Ilagernan
. by Gregory 1. Dooble plays Bodgvra to
Jiavis to uernca. umpire rnM aua f in.
I ,By, Time ,.
. Giants Beat Sox, 1 1 to 2. ' ,
? Cincinnati, Oct lE-The New York
' Giants and Chicago 'White-Sox played
the first' game of -their world tour here
today and the Giants won, 11 to 8. The
' weather was chilly and only 6000 fans
' turned - Out Mathewson, , Tesreau and
Wlngo served as the Glantev battery,
', Bens, Leverena .and Schalk worked for
the Box. "t Sheridan and Klem were the
'umpires.' Bens, of the Sox, was pre-
" sented with a cheat ot silver, score:
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. Whtta Sox .,, 2 7 2
Giants ; .'..s... .;... V.j; 11 IS It
-1 Batteries' Bens, Leverens and Schalk;
..- Uathewsoni Tesreau and Winge. - JJm
M plres Sheridan and Klem. ' -
t" ' , Brewers Beat Denver.
f " Denver; Colo., Oct " 18.-Milwaukee
Ola afternoon took the third game of
the post season series .with Denver "for
the minor r league championship of the
' world." Several times Milwaukee errors
almost handed the game to. Denver but
the Brewers rallied in the eignth and
fclnth and saved the day,
Score: ' - , . . ' 4 , ' ' fR.H.E.
Milwaukee' ,,..,.,'..,,,....,;, 7 10 8
1 benver ....... v .......... , 8 10 S
Batteries: Cutting, Hovllk and
Hughes;-Hagerman, Harris and Block.
: i Umpires! Murray and O'Toola . j. k r
i;ttOa Quarrel Near End. ;
f The quarrel between the Football As
sociation of England . (soccer) and the
Amateur Football association Is at last
'going to bs settled, and before the pres
ent season Is over it Is highly probable
that all classes of amateurs will once
more be playing on the same field and
iUnder:the 'bne '.authority. tf.S'is "-.l
Allen & Lewis
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C&wh Premiums J Will Be - Given oh the ' Following
. Brands. Apex,' El Sidelo Segtihdosf' Sam' Sloan and
. ':XBAsrCarrolLv "
Greatest number of bands; straight or "assorted, $50.00 In gold. ' ,
2d greatest number of bands, Btraight or assorted, $35.00 In gold. ' -3d
greatest number of bands, straight or assorted; $15.00 in gold, v 1
4th greatest number: of bands; straight of assorted; $15.00 in gold. ' '
5th greatest number of bands, straight or assorted, $10.00 in gold,
Next ten greatest number of bands, straight or assorted, $5.00 each.
. CONDITIONS Each package
with the: name and : address of sender, and ;;the number contained
therein and mailed to reach us not later than 12 m. noon,. December
22, 191J. No employe of Allen &
contest. ' . - s
ALLEN Cc LEWIS. 40-54
Old Charley Sweeney: pitching for
Providence in a championship game 1n
1884 against Boston, struck out 19 men.
and It was thought that the Callfornlan'a
record would never be touched in these
days when the major league pitchers do
not try for strikeouts. However, it was
touched good, and plenty last Sunday. In
Pittsburg 'when the Portland graduate
turned 1 of the Corsairs back to the
bench during- the post season exhibition
series between Cleveland' and Pittsburg
for ' the Ohio-Pennsylvania champion-
ship, .Vean's great south wing,' pictured
above, had the Hans ' Wagner crowd
completely dasited. - It was the greatest
major league exhibition since Sweeney's
palmy days. .
There baa . always been dispute over
Edgar Frank, Leaves Tonight
for South to Plan for Quar
ters for P'. N A. Athletes j
Six 'members, of') t.he Pacific North
west 'association' track and 'field team,
Sam Bellah;, 'rtland Walter McClure,
Eugene; A.' Thomaaen, Seattle; H.
Beaaley r-Victoria, B.-. C; W.. Chandler,
Vancouver B. C f and Floyd Payne,
Athena, Ore will leave tomorrow night
for San Francisco to participate in the
Portola athletic meet on Saturday after
noon George' Phllbrook. : the seventh
member of the team,' will leave Wednes
day evening". U '''J;- v "-;
The P. N. A. athletes wui bs entered
In- the following events: ; ; . ,i
BellahJ pole' vault broad Jump and
Javelin. .. ' ' err-:..'.,
Phllbrook, shot put, discus ana nam'
mer throw. ; ' ' , ,
Thomasen, broad Jump and hop, step
and Jump. "
H. Beaaiey, 100 ana Z20 .yard rone.
Walter McClure, distance runs, t
v 'Floyd Payne, distance runs. -.
Chandler five mile. run. - ? ,
There Is a great deal of local inter
est in the ' Portola ' games In Portland
on account of the number of Portland
boys, how at southern colleges, who will
be entered in the. events, Dick Grant
Robert Krohn and Pan! Wilson. Wilson
will enter under the colors of the Stan'
ford university.'' ---.j!. v.;
' Walter Williams, the Paolf to coast
115 pound ' champion, will go south on
ths .same train as ' the track and field
stars. Edgar B. Frank and George M
Carthy will leave this evening. . , , t
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Gomaga Basketers to Tour.
Spokane, Wash Oct: 18. Plans for
a trip to ths coast ars being made by
the Oonaaga college basket bell team
for the first and second, weeks of Feb
ruary Negotiations are' under way by
the -management for games with the
Oregon Agricultural college. -Wlllam
ette, Multnomah A. A. C, Mount Angel,
university or Washington and Colum
bla university. . ,
North Central high, Spokane, de
feated St Maries, Idaho, high, at Bt
Mantes at football 114 to 0. r v
The i Spokane team had them out
weighed and outplayed them from the
1 Washington 8econrb Win,; P"
The ' Washlnatnn i hlrh arhnnl umM
(football eleven, yesterday afternoon de
feated the Oregon, City high school first
learn by the score of 13 to I. Ths
feature of the game was the playing of
the entire backfieid of the Washington
team and: Clarence', Johnson and Casey
on the line. Gault Oregon City's cen
ter, was the mainstay of - that steam. A.
H. Burton accompanied ths team to Ore
gon City. ,: . . , . , , .. .
May;? Make : Swimming :f; Compulsory.
Phillips Andover r academy, may make
swimming compulsory, for the students.
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Of bands must b'e plainly marked
Lewis allowed to participate in this
N. Front St., Portlahd, Or.
MONDAY FOR PORTOLA
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Sweeney's- record. - The Spalding record
book allots him 21 strikeouts, but Ernest
J. Lanigan of the Sporting News made
a";;;reaearcli;;,rf ;;5-the records,".'-which
showed that' Sweeney struck out but , ) 8
men." He got his information from an
account of the game in carefully kept
record stored away in -Boston. ; Immed
iately a cry ' went up that he. fanned
18 and Will Rankin, among other crit
ics, attempted to prove that 1 was the
number. .But whether. It was 18 or 19i
Sweeney held the record prior to Gregg's
advent on the Pirate field. 1 '
i Gregg was known as a great strike
out pitcher when he' was on the Coast
with Portland, fanning : S7 batters in
53 : games. Since entering .the . major
TO NEBRASKA AFTER
11 OTDAIPUT UJ
Fumble Three Minutes , Before
final, Whistle Saves Game
, for, Nebraska; Towle a Star,
Uncoln,; NebM Oct 18-New football
triumphed over the old today and Ne
braska, for , the first time In 11 years.
won' from Minnesota at football. The
score was 7 to 0. The game was played
before- '12,000. ..footer:
: Minnesota t tried . numerous ; forward
passes but with.: one - exception they
failed. The Gophers were able to gain
on line -plunge. except.. when in scor
ing territory., At those times, the Ne
braska line stiffened and the visitors
were thrown back. . ,
- Quarterback:: Towle. showed his gen
eralship on reserving the .opening game
until the beginning of the. second half.
An exchange of punts and two forward
passes gave Nebraska a chance1' at a
field . goal, but it failed, v Getting the
subsequent punt, sear ' the ' middle- of
the field, . Towle opened with a aeries
of passes to Rutherford, Purdy and
Beck, finally sending Beck across the
line with 'the only touchdown, Towle
kicked goal. " - - - . 4 ,. j
In ths last period Blerman and Mat
tern N were , Injected into the Gopher
back field and .another procession for
the goal was , begun. A. Blerman's
fumble three minutes - before . the
whistle saved Nebraska
v. St. Louis Player, Breaks lg.
St- Louis, Oct 18. Tha first looal
football accident of a serious nature of
the season occurred In the Christian
Brothers" college and Central Wesleyan
gams this ftsrnoon. Just as the sec
ond period 'came 1 to an end,; Quarter
back Collins of C. B. C attempted to
go around rlffht end. When tackled, he
fell heavily; and his left leg Was broken
Just above tha aakl ;v. ... t,.f c- ,'t-C...
vv Chicago Wins From Iowa.'
' Chicago;, Oct 18. Straight . football
conquered over the trick tactics . here
this afternoon and. the University of
Chicago eleven ' defeated Iowa, 23 to 8.
Although outweighed ths visitors put
up a desperate defense, Two ; touch
downs by Dolly Gray and one by Cap
tain Norgren, with a place kick by
Huntington and goals from touchdowns
by Huntington and . Pierce turned the
trick for,' the Midway team. Renny
Worth made the Hawkeyes - lone score
in the third quarter after spectacular
ruaa py me Tinuors. ' , v
Bulldogs , Swamped Lehigh.
New Haven. Conn.. Oct 18. Vale" lit
erally smothered the Lehigh eleven to
day, 87 to 0, in the first football game
between the two institutions. At no
time were the visitors able to hold the
Kit ; attack .and five touchdowns " were
put across with four gbals and ons goal
from placement v Cornish starred ' for
l aie. scoring tnree toucnaowns, out tne
work of Wheeler was spectacular.. . Giv
en the ball In. the center of the field
Wheeler put the sphere over ' on three
plays in which he carried the pigskin.
Wilson twice wads ' runs of 80 yards.
Lehigh" was never within the Tale
0 yrd llnt,J'rC!777:sU;:ldr
I renn Walks Away Front Brown. ,
. Philadelphia; Oct' 18. Though great
ly outweighed and with several cripples
in the line-up, Pennsylvania had a walk
away with Brown today, winning 18 to
0, and avenging their defeat of ths last
two years. Pennsylvania ' scored 1 six
points within three minutes after play
began.- Brown had only one first down
during the game. (
' Tiger. Fight for Victory,
Princeton, Oct 18. Syracuse gave
Princeton a harder game than was ex.
pected today and the. Tigers won out
only 'after a hard fight 13 to 0. Syra
cuse used a bewildering Shift attack
with a direct pass which rushed Prince
ton off its feet at the start In the
second period Streit wag sent over for
two toucnaowns, - v.,. ' . rj'
. Goal Gives Army Game. '
. West Point N. Y Oct 18. The' Army
defeated Colgate today only in the last
minute of play and then nosed out a
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leagues he has not ' attempted to get
many strikeouta on account of the wear
and tear on the arm. : But at that he
was second this year to the Incompar
able Waltar' Johnson. He fanned 167 In
44 games, while Johnson breesed Hi In
4T games, most' of them the full nine
Innings, .Rub Waddell struck out the
greatest number of batters In a major
league, season, when he sat down 848
while pitching for the Athletics In 1904.
The nearest number of strikeouts to
the Gregg and Sweeney record, with one
exception, is l, made by , Shadow Gil
more of the Washington team against
the JBt Louis Waroona , September 88,
18,; with Connie Mack as his battery
partner. . Since then Frank "Noodles"
, ON BILLY! SUNDAY'S
ALL-STAR BALL TEAM
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Follows Johnson and Mathew
son In List of. Pitchers Ac
cording to Evangelist's Idea
Tom Seatoi,. former Portland twlrler.
is given a place 9a the all - tar baseball
team selected by Billy' Sunday in Col
lier's Weekly. Beaton finished even tit
among-5 tbejitirlrters : of thl 'Nattnals
league with fhe percentage of .tt4, win
ning 2 and, losing 11 games. -vr.W-A
The following para graph. is picked but
01 .Bunaays aesenpave article f Tom
Seaton.had a great, year., He held his
team' up in the race. He has fine speed,
fine "control, is dependable and .'a" fight-'
Jimmy Archer ws selected as first-
choice catcher, with Schanr of the Ath
letics and Schalk of the White Sox re
ceiving second and third choices. .
Walter Johnson was named ' as ths
first . choice pitcher. Mathewson was
second and "Our Torn" third. Following
Beaton .was Russell, the : White Sox
-find" and Bender,, the great Indian
twlrler; y-:, v
Sunday's team Is: Catchers Archer.
Chicago Nationals; Schang, Philadelphia
Athletics; Benaik, Chicago White Box,
Pitchers Johnson, Washington; i Ma
theweon. New York Giants; Beaton. Phil
adelphla Nationals; Russell, Chicago
White - Sox; Bender,. Philadelphia Ath
letlcs. First baseman Daubert Brook
lyn. Second baaeman Collins, Philadel
phia Athletic Shortstop Barry, Phil
adelphla Athletics. Third baseman Bak
er, Philadelphia Athletic Outfielders
Jackson, Cleveland; Cobb, - Detroit;
Speaker, Boston Bed Box.
victory when Woodruff kicked a goal.
The final score was T to 8.
Colgate scored In the second Quarter
when Robinson ran 85 yards for a touch
down. The try for goal was missed.. In
the last minute of play, Prichard broke
away from the field for the Army and
ran 75 yards for a touchdown. - Wood
ruff kicked the goal and the - whistle
blew. A , 1
Holy Cross Defeated tiy Crimson.
Cambridge. Mass.. Oct 18. After hav
Ing her goal Una crossed for the first
time this seaeon during the first two
minutes of play with - Holy Cross to
day, Harvard piled up a score of 47 to
7. " Rogers, or Holy-cross, recovered a
fumbled punt and ran 86 yards for
touchdown, but at no time thereafter
was the Crimson goal in danger.
. The charging of the. Crimson, forwards
and the pi ay of Mahan, who dropped two
over the bar, were the features of Har
vard play, . , .
" Michigan Beaten by Agjties.',
Ann -Arbor, Mich.',. Oct 18. For' the
first time In Its history a Michigan foot
ball team suffered defeat at the hands
or tne Michigan Agricultural college or
East learning. The 1 score showed; the
farmers on the big end oft. a 12 to- 7
soore.- And there was nothing flukey.
about the scoring. Yost's men were out
classed from .start to finish. , Julian
Oauthler were responsible for ': M. A.
Cs -two touchdowns, while Bastlan was
shoved over for Michigan's only touch
down in the last few minutes of play,
Is Xorthwest . "C" " Outplayed. ,
Champaign, 111., Oct 18. Outplaying
Northwestern at every, turn, Illinois uni
versity won today 87 to 0. Quarterbaok
Fogue by bis runs, and Captain Full
back Knnis Rows, by his punting, were
the stars of the gams and tonight were
ths Idols of the Illlni camp. The kick
Ing of Patterson and the head work of
Quarterback High tower were thecnly
notable features of the Methodists' play.
addon , to Row ." Arnjst, ' '
Jamas Pafldon, the -champion profes-
8ional sculler of Australia, and Richard
Arnst, - the ex-world's champion, have
signed articles to scull for the cham
pionship of - Australia, the Tteferee"
cup and 11000 a side on. November I.
The race Is to be rowed from the north
era side of the FaramattO at Ryde to
the Searle Memorial. v . , '
TOM SEATON CHOSEN
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Hahn, pitching for Cincinnati . against
Boston,, and Christy Mathewson, pitch
ing; for New York against Bt Louis,
have equalled, the' peKonnanofcTf '$!f
4 Southpaw Buba Waddell holds ,) the
American; league record for sfrikeouta
While pitching for St Louis' against his
old club, the Athletics, July 19, 1808.
Fred Glade, pitching , for St Loula
fanned II of tho Washington batsmen
July ,18, -190. It was thought for a
spell that he had fanned H but there
was an error In the summary of the
box score, Ed Wareh, pitching against
Cleveland, fanned : It men ' October , J,
1818, in eight Innings, Cleveland winning
the. game on tha home ground in 'the
third inning. ' ; -
PERDUE PLAYS A TIE
Seventy Yard Run by Oliphant
In Last Quarter 'Saves Per-'
. v die from Defeat' -
! ...La Fayette, IndV Oot li. The foot
ball conference champions may be la.
doubt this year as the result of today's
T-to-7 tie between Perdu and Wlsoon
sln, principal contenders for ths title
Wisconsin with their heavier and more
experienced team, gained - ths moat of
the arround j but Perdu more than
evened matters by bracing at critical
stages and , , reoovering ' the : ball on
downa :-'7 j'
Oliphant saved the day- for Perdu by
dodging and twisting bis way 70 yards
past severer tacxiers In the last quar
ter and scoring the home eleven's only
touchdown. He then kicked goal. .; Had
Oltphanf s drop kick in the second Quar
ter gone true Perdue would have. won.
It missed by only a few feet Oll
phant's ' all around work stamped him
as one of the best backs In the coun
try. '''-..i-v--l..-. :V.'W X, ';":
Tandberg mad Wisconsin's only
touchdown. In the second period - ha
Cummings, Toimey and Bellows carried
the ball mosUy by straight football
over Perdue's line.
Cloth is the important ,' , r
factor in a garment. - ' 7
. ; I not only carry the largest stock of imported
4 ' arid domestic vooleiU in the city, but doubly
larger than my nearest competitor and they
, -rare all-exclusive patterns. ' V
MAKING COMES NEXT
'Here' I use extreme care in the creation of
a garment and personally oversee every de
tail from the moment your order is taken
.. until the garment is finished AND YOU ARE
PRICE COMES NEXT
Fall and Winter
$22 to $50
MaJ to Order -
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O.V. CREEN TRAD
:, , ING STAMPS GIVEN
in mil n ,m t, HL,j,..
, The on exception noted above tn the
strikeout line was that of Toad Ramsey,
who, while working for Charley Com
lskey, fanned 17 of the Cleveland team
June It 1887, with the old four strike
rule in : existence. Nine days later he
cut down it of the St Louis Browns.
With, the three-strike rule In existence
he fanned 17 7 of the Metropolitans
August 9, 1888. ' as::.-iS.(.f
Gregg probably' was not trying for a
strikeout record when he withered the
Buccaneers,-but his big, sharp breaking
curve was probably working just right
and the Clarke crew were unfamiliar
W.th his delivery, although they bad a
previous game as a matter of fact to get
a Una on Mm. t
Cannon,' Tinned Music and Big
I ; Sign Used In Nocturnal .
' Serenade.: - ...
Zjou Woodward, ons of the popular
members, of ths "Oregon Yacht club,
who recently returned from the -east
with his bride, a ' daughter of Henry
Prudhomme . of ; this dty was 7 given
an : odd ; charivari Friday nicht by 18
members of the yacht..'club.'::'.v:;:,
'. T. J. Mendenhall's launch was used
by the party, and they rode alongside
of Woodward's boat houss' and dis
charged a - little cannon, which made
a. terrible noise. Woodward rushed to
the window after the cannon was fired
and was greeted by a lot of , tin-pan,
un-norn ' ana cow-Dei 1 music. .. ..
Before the cannon : was fired a big
sign it reet long ana i reet high with
"Just aiarnea. , we Should Worry"
printed on it in red paint was nailed
on . the . sloe or . the . house . boat ' The
sign was in plain eight of the Oregon
City cars and It is expected that 1000
people saw It yesterday. v
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This year's list of 8:10 trotters will I
be a record breaking one.'.'
' ; I don't pretend to give you a $40 to $50 gar
. . ment for $25, but I can conscientiously say -
. V j , that the Suit you buy. anywhere for $25. or
f even $30 you can get here for $22. r '
two' 6, A . 'C. Touchdowns R e
. suit From'' Lucky Recovery
; of Punts Back of Goal Line.
THREE CORVALLIS MEN ' '
K OUT. FOR ROUGHING IT
Corvallis Men ' .Have .Things
V Pretty Much Own (Way
- " " In Second.-; '
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- Walla Walla, Wash., .-OctJ-18. Out
lucked and ' out-played,- Whitman was
beaten here this afternoon by the Ore
gon Agricultural college, J to 8.
.- The Aggies had all the better of th
argument for the first ten minutes of
play anil luck broke their way." Two of
their touchdowns were the result of re
covered balls back of Whitman's goal,
another was 'made' just as time was
called in the first half.
:. Whitman An th. nth., fcanA mtmm tm
able to profit by any of the Aggie's
misplays, although . thers were plenty
of them. Their line score came as th
result of Wiles' drop kick In the fourth
quarter. ' . v., ' ,
O. A. C. scored the first touchdown.
after Whitman had been playing them
off their feet Blackwell punted to Mc
Donald, who on his own goal line tried
to return the ball, . but dropped it and
it went to Chriaman, who fell on it for
a touchdown, ' In the second, quarter
O. A. C. by line plunges and a lucky
return of a punt put the ball on Whit
man's flv yard Una -With but a frac
tion of a minute to play,: they put it
over, despite the : protests ' that Abra
ham's crawled after ths whistle blew.
Goal was kicked. . ' .- ., ', . .-
Easy f os Agglas to -econd. -.
In the second half O. A.C had things
pretty much- their own - way, although
twice their goal was in danger.- In the
third quarter with the playing pretty
much in -Whitman's territory, Black
well managed to get a field goal from
placement ' -.Jt'-f - . ;
. In the fourth quarter, O. A. C. got
the ball and punted to the Whitman
goal, Nilea - attempted . to punt out of
danger when Abrahams blocked the kick
and - Chriaman fell on it , for 'another
touchdown. No goal was kicked.
. After some seesawing. Shaw caught
A Whitman 'forward pass and the bait
waa worked down field, Shaw going
Over the line for the touchdown. Black
well kicking goal from a punt-out
By ' long forward passes. Whitman
worked the ball down field and Nils
dropped a goal ovr from the ZS-yard
line for Whitman's only score.
Whitman tried open football to great
advantage and made her only good salna
that way. save 'for Niles' wonderful runs
and some good work by Bishop and Ma
son in the back field. But many of the
passes went astray, only a small per
centage counting. , O. A. C. took much
time out and played a Slow grame, using
nearly every one of their men during
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