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OPPOSING CENTER TRIOS IN M.A. A.C.-W.S. C. GAME HERE SATURDAY
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0 LI. k h. I TEAM
TvvoTeans- Evenly Matched in
fegesrTutrrout ' of 'SeaSdrfls
Expected, at Washmgtori-
Mtyrris,Rscher,vMen and Dent
Plan to Retire From Stren
uous' Game,: ' 1 : '',!
It LASM '
WEDNESDAY AT : 2:30
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"r What Ideals Are. ,
ft, BEZOEKHAS EU,
; FANSTN'AIR OVER
WeighWbut Club's. Players
; ,. Are .More experienced,
"Llncolp.hootball Contest.. f
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LIKE TO TROUNCE "M"
Locals VVill PracticOf All Week
for Second Big Battle of ,
Season Here,'' ' '
Tha Multnomah club football team
will meet Johnny Bender's Washington
State college huskies . next , Saturday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock on Multnomah
field. .. The contest - promises to be a
hard struggle for supremacy. . .
Coaoh Bender Is anxious to beat" the
Wlnged-M players In order to ffet a
little., revenge for the beating handed
the gcattlo All-Stars last season. ; Ben
der played Quarterback on that team.
The two teams are about evenly
matched, as far as weight Is concerned,
but the dub players have : had more
experience than Bender's proteges, who
, mot a nara to g Dsttie to the Uni
versity of Idaho team Friday aftoruoon
py a rieia goal.
Multnomah is expoctinr hard tus
ele and will likely practioe every even.
lag auring the week, except Friday. A
large number of the players ' were on
tne field yesterday : afternoon getting
meir wind into Bhape. Practice will be
Held again 'this morning. - i r -
Speed is one thing the club players
are trying to develop. In - the first
6ni(i of the , season the club players
were very - slow, but improved a little
.in the second contest. , Manager Plow
Wn htott is not quite satisfied, as he
think the plays should be run -off
Wany new formations will be tried la
the practice during the week and if they
-work out in good style tiiey will t9
used against the Pullman team. 1
Multnomah lias an excellent bunch, of
substitutes and in cas of any Injuries
the. team will not be weakened. ,. The
addition of McHae and Francis, two
: former Willamette players,; to the squad
has put a little new life into the club s
May. There is a sovad of SO players
working out under the club colors. ,
The line-up of the club team-will not
be decided before Thursday night Man
ager Btott expects to give every player
of the squad an equal chance of getting
in the first line-up. George Carlson will
likely start the game at center, because
he Is better acquainted with the signals
than 'Chub" Cherry. Rupert and Phll-
. brook may start the game In the guard
positions, ' although a Bill Bailey may.
ctowd one of the players out of - the
first line-up job. O'Rourke and Convllle
are fixtures in . the tackle- positions.
Ludlam will start -the game at an end
arid either Cobb or Flser will open
on the other' end. ' Rhodes will play
quarterback and Keck , Mil start- the
K a me at fullback. ; The half back posi
tions are In doubt Mageo, McRae,
Kranois, Mucklcstone, Knapp, -Patterson
and Striebig are-the men who, are
working out In the halfback positions.
Washington State college is relying
on Its heavy center line to make boles
but It may be given j a surprise In at
tempting to crowd through the club
line, which is equally as big. -
Tryer, one of Bender's mainstays on
left end, fractured his shoulder blade
In the Idaho game . and will likely be
out of Saturday's contest. , : .
Score Is 13 to 0' But Hurl
. hurt's Charges Play Loose
(- ' . Football, ' -
. - Playing mors loosely than . It did
against the Columbia University eleven,
the Portland Academy team . defeated
the Hill Military Cadets Friday
afternoon. It to . 0. The ' Academy
team did not seem to have the fight and
life that It displayed when it refeated
the Columbia team. . Several times the
backfleld players would work the ball
within striking distance of the Roal,
when the linemen would fall to h61d or
make holes. . . ' . ' .' V!' :-'.
The cadet team with ' several new'
players In the lineup put up a different
style of attack against, the P. A. team
and at times showed better team work
than the winners. They failed to han
dle the ball as well 'as the Academy
players and lost a chance for & touch
down,, by fumbling, on the f Ive yard
line after Brtggs had intercepted & for
ward paES.. After Intercepting the pass,
Briggs made a. 4$ :y&T&-wn,,Kf.yjy;isyJi
Sam Graham's defensive wort was. a
bg feature of the contest. Forbes also!
- did good work m breaking up the P. A.
plays, r Briggs was the ; best . (round
trainer for the CadetsvHf,.,.;-"'
i Brix, - Porter, v McClnng, I, : Schoenberg
and Lay ton were the best players on the
winning eleven, ; vWliitmer, did not , have
a chance to show tip so well as he did
In the Columbia game, as no rujrs or
forward 'passes were tried.-s ,s V ; t ;,:
v The touchdowns were scored In the
first and third periods,; McCiung, carry
Ing the ball' over for the .first touch
down, after six minutes of play. . Brix
wcored the second touchd6wnJ)f tef the
Hill team failed to score after It had
reached' the Academy's five yard Una
Captain BrlKKs of Hill cams near scor
ing a place kick in the third period. '
Hinckley of the Hill team and Captain
Brix of the P. A. were carried off the
field because Of Injnrfes. Brix hart his
nlioiilder and Hinckley , sprained ; . his
WHERE THE TEAMS" WILL
PLAY BALL THIS WEEK
Psclfio Coast satme. " ;
1 Portland vs. Bacramento, at
' Baoramento. six games. ',' ',..;;.:s
Vrnloe vs. !an Kranclsoo at
. Son Kranclsco, seven games. H -;
, Oakland a s. Is Angeles at tos
AngclX seven games.
, Tenches 41,000 to Swim. ' ,
llebden H. Corsan, the new swimming
Instructor of the new Boston V. M. C.
A., in known as the "human fish" and In
tin past year has taught more than U,
t 'jO men and boys the art of swimming.
The Washington State college center and flankers are shown above, 1 From left to right the players are
"Palouse" Langdon, right guard; "Shorty" Harter, tenter, and Joe Harter, left guard. vThe Winged
' ' "M" players below, from left to right are Edward Bailey, right guard; George Carlson, , center, , and
"Red". fEupert, left :uard..-; . t ', , , . ' " . -' ' ,
P..Chappe1l Brown "Not Able
to vSpend as Much Time ,
as in "Past. -. '
The outlook for the reorganization of
the Portland Soccer league for the com
ing season Is anything but bright.' P.
Chappell Brown, who has earned the
title of "the father of soccer in Fort-
land, has called two' meetings for the
purpose of getting the teams together
again but ho team representatives have
responded to the Invitations. Brown,' on
account of his tour to New Zealand In
tha near future, has been unable) to de
vote as much time to the game this sea-
son as he would like. .?,, v u yl;v
The game will be continued In the
high and grammar schools and , It Is
likely that 1 th oregjon soccer league
will be organized again. Teams rrom
Lents, S. P. & 8., and 0.-W. B.' N. are
expected to be in this, league aa'n this
season. Another team ' may also be
formed in order to i have two games
played each. Bdan;..VV?'-?fc--,f;:
GAME TO OPEN
Vancouver Meets Spokane : In
:V First Dual Meet of, the . ; ?
, ; f, Season,- -
The Pacific ; Korth west Association
inter-club boxing season will be opened
next Friday; night,, when representatives
of the Vancouver, JB. C, and Bpokano,
Wash., clubs clash at Spokane. - The
boxing andrwirestlingr chairmen -of both
olnbs have agreed to the? weight and
opponents have bse. eltotetl.jtofX'it'S;'
The frograra will , be::'-'; '.'f-fr;
H Prlts Ellington, 8. A. - A.. C, versus
Paul Pederson. V. A. C at US poundsj
Harry Hcd, 8. A, A, C versus Sidney
Wood,, V. A. C, at ISO pounds; SUnley
Jones, S. A. A. 0., versus George Ol
son. V. AJ at 185 pounds: lioy Orton,
K.; A. A. C, versus rtrcy Atcheson. V.
A, C,, at H pounds; Leslie Francis,
S. A, A. C, versus gam Schneider, V.
A, at 115 pounds, t. ,,'.,.-v;,?''i,i
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To Hare Cross Country Hon
Columbia, Princeton ' and " Tale will
pull of f a triangular croBs-country race
at Van Cortland .Park, New York" city,
early In November, as a preliminary to
the intercollegiate, championship on No
vemoer 22. . ,.
Journal Want Ads bring results.
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GOOD AT LEFT GUARD :
ON HARVARD ELEVEN
Portland Boy: Bids Fair to Em
:. ulate -Hamilton" Corbett on
Eastern Football Field,
1 Louis Mills, son of i. L Mills,, presi
dent of the First National bank, is mak-
Int iaM u t mmW f tli Harvajrd
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university fpotbaU squad. Toune Mills,
Is being played at left guard by Coach
Hpitghton, y:y 1 li:'-'-'' :
He was given bis first chance to show
Vs worth, when Busseil Co wen. who
was picked to play that. position at the
start of the season, was Injured in the
Maine game. Since that time Mills has
been holding down that " , position in
scrimmage practice and ".looks - like a
"An eastern paper recently - said the
following about the Portland boy: 'Dur
ing Cowen's layoff, on account of in
juries, Louis lullls has forged ahead
fast as a varsity guard, and it Is a
t question whether: Cowen can win back
tween the two.". MlUs did well In his
first game and Is making good use of
all that the coaches tell him."
-Mills' position In the line Is next to
captain Storer and It. is almost a cinch
that he will be the regular guard for
the season.' ffM 'Si V
NEARLY 100 PRINCETON :
. OARSMEN AT PRACTICE
. Dr. Spaeth, (, the Princeton university
rowing -coach, says that 99 men have
rsnnrttut for cw nractic. and that' of
this number. ha expects to pick good ;
material -for the - 'varsity eight i which
will meet Yale in a special race on Car
negie lake whfcli may become an an
nual ,f fixture Princeton's new : club
house on Lake Carnegie will be opened
with- appropriata exercises this month.
It is a beautiful structure of ' hollow
tile covered with stucco, and stands at
the lower end of the lake, near the rail
road bridge., . ' ,'' x
DR. ROLLER DEFEATS :
BURNS IN EASY BOUT
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Los Angeles, Oct 18 Dr. B. F. Roll
er, the Beattle wrestler-physician, has
another, win to his credit today, follow
inK his easy victory over "Cyclone"
Burns, champion of the, New England
states., s Boiler won in straight falls,
taking the first with a neck and crotch
hold in one hour and two minutes, and
the second with a scissors and chancery
bold In than, half an bous ...
TO JOIN MULTNOMAH
James' E, . Pixlee,' Weighing
.,190 Pounds, 'Should Bol
ster t Up " Team.
, James B. Pixlee, former f ullbick of
the University of Missouri eleven, will
Join the Multnomah club gridiron squad
within the next ten days. He has se
cured, a position- here, through a oousln,
and will start for the coast immediately.
Plilee's voollege career started at the
MissouTT university during the season
nf - . .t.ntlBd it thi ho of
of 1909. He stepped Into the shoes of
Captain Haokeney. who was forced but
of the gams on aooount of injuries, and
held that position for four seasons, be
ing graduated last year,
He has been one of the most consist
ent grounder gainers . of the Missouri
eleven and ''will be & valuable addition
to the winged "M" squad.
Pixlee tips the scales at 198 pounds
andyls about S feet 9 inches tall, .
'RIDE IN "100" SOCIETY
-'1 r-77- -v
West,1 Krause,' Hagerman and
" James Shining Lights
; of Champions, ;
Pour Portland twirl ers, HI 1 West,
JFIarry Krause, Rip Hagerman -and Bill
James, are in the .600 per cent class in
the pitching records of the 1913 season.
Hagerman Jumped into the
by defeating the Angels yesterday af
ternoon, ; III west leads the Beavor
heavers with the percentage of '.621.
Harry Krause,: who . has a - record of
eight straight victories, is giving West
a close run for the honors, " ,-,
- The complete records of the -games
Won and lost by the 'Portland twirlers
are: ' '
PITCnBB-. C Woa Lost P. t.
West is ll. ,02i
krue 13 ' 10 jit 15
HngeruitB ,..,.,.li 0 ,609
Janws ., .4 , 1(1' .i)0
HlBKlnbothmn ...Si 'IB M
krapp .............. ..12 13 .y .boo
rnrm a .. 8 .4H
Stanley ....................... 0 2 . . .Oiki
H iifer ... m ..... 0 . ' I ' . .OOO
Xodd , 0 : 1 .000
.loe so jtn
Has 220 Yard Straightaway,
Tale ' university's new bowl Shaped
stadium will include a- S20 yard
straight away. The runners wilK start
out -of a chuts. .,-'.'.' ' , r
PREVIOUS iTO 1012-ALL-:-
GAMES WERECLOSE ONES
Coaches Earl and Borleske
. A ra Pntinrr nn iU Tin "
niv i.uiiiiis uirtnc in-,"
ishing Touches, ;
rormer Washington "Clncoln Scores. .
Tear , Wash.' Lincoln.
1907 . " 11
190)1 . 1. . . a v ' t c
1809 t 4 "
1910 (first) ... 3
1910 ':.. .v . , ;,- . . .,; p'. V .'
1911 . ...i., ft 1 -
19Uf 5., ..21 '1
-The annual gridiron struggle between
the Lincoln and Washington high sehool
football elevens will be staged Wednes
day afternoon at 3 o'clock on Mult
nomah field. The game this - season
promises to be as close as the first
game of the 1910 season, .which Wash
ington won 3 to 0, and the game of 1911
Which Lincoln captured, 8 to 6. ' -.
Both, teams- have stronser Ilne-UDB
than In 1911, and the coaches have been
working hard In getting the players tn
m proper .snaps lot a gruelling con
test; Lincoln Jls hopeful of getting re
venge for; the 2i to 0; defeathanded
out by Washington last seasoa.'
The ! Lincoln-Washington - same 'has
been V' the : feature 'Contest - of " the
scholastic games since the 1907 season.
Plowden Stott coached Washington, then
called ' the East Portland high school;
la 1907, and bis -'team lost to Lincoln,
It "to ,?; The- east ide team --was: ae
feated 'again in 1908 -by. the score of 6
to O.t Washington won In 1909 and -took
both games of the 19Kreeason. Via iH
Lincoln defeated - Washington, 6 to C,
by kicking a goal after a 'touchdown.
Last year the east aids players v walked
all over Borleske' s eleven. '' - ' - . .
Coach Earl Is i drilling his layers
hard, on some new formations, which
he did not use In the game against the
Hilt Cadetsi ; There may be one or two
changes In the Washington Une-up whon
the team faces : Linocln. Tegart, who
was a. consistent ground gainer in (he
Hill game, may be shifted to the back
field. 'ry J,-iK p.j?;K:yi.!i X:
Coach Borleske's players have been
strengthened by the return of Fullback
Condit, ; Condi t. If be gets into con
dition, wlu be used in the backfield in
place of Booker, who failed to do any
thing against Jefferson. '
'The Lincoln - players, - who were ex
tremely over-confident before, the Jef
ferson game are now , working their
hardest as they realize they will have
a fight to the finish when they meet
Coach .Earl's players.--;--; ''if':'--i '
A number of former Interscholastlo
basketball .league - players are playing
with the teams In the basketball league.
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You'll find .this store the headquarters for you, to get the best of everything ,
- that is right, whether It be a Hat, Shirt, Underwear, Hosiery Gloves or any-;
thing pertaining tq good dress.' , , . ' '.''."
The Men's ' Shojp for J
Quality and Service ,
- Basketball jprospecta at the Multno
mah club forVthe. 1913-1914 1 season are
much brighter than they have been for
the past several years. Manager starry
Fischer is jubilant over the enthusiasm
shown by the winged ."M" tossers and
expects to be able to turn out a quintet
that will be contenders- for the, state
championship. ' ;
' Among- some of the new players are
'"Spud" Darling, - Burdlck, Kossman,
Worsham, Edwards, Eviers and Towey.
"Spud" Darling played the center posi
tion on the Oregon Agricultural college
five 'during the 1912-19U season; and
Burdlck played : forward on the same
team. . Rossman is a former University
of Minnesota player and Worsham for
merly played center Of the Wabash col
lege five. Edwards, Towey and Eviers
are local players, but are turning out
for the first. time for tha olub team. '
There are plenty, of - players, for the
forward and i center positions on the
team this season. Three centers. Keck,
Barling and Worsham, are on the squad
at the present time. ' Keck Is a former
O. A, C player. There are six forward
players, Burdlck, Kossman, , JSdwards,
Eviers, Towey and Masters, lined up
for-toe". two' positions."'- ".-i::--;.'
" There is a scarcity .ff guards' this
season, Captain Pugh ana Virleck being
the only ones who will try for the guard
positions; There are several other play
ers who will turn out as soon as active
practice work for the first team conv
peneeavi-f V'4V -y , 'f -
1 Four veterans of last season's team,
Ed Morris Harry. Pisoher- Bert;' Alien
and Vivian Dent, will retire this sea
son., .-This' quartet -has teen playing
with, the winged "M" five for many sea
sons. : Only three, members of last sea
son's team will try for places this year
, Manager Harry Fischer is trying to
arrange .games 'with all, the . conference
college teams during tha season. He Is
sending Out letters asking the college
managers for games on the nights that
they stay in Portlaad, - when -on their
way. to play the other teams -of tha con
ference, . - t '
, It Is likely that a second team, aver
aging between 140 and 150 pounds, will
be lined up to play matches against the
high; school- and independent fives. ; -
FOOTBALL GAMES ON
' ' TAP FOR THIS WEEK
0 ' Wednesday. Oct. 13. Universe
, lty- of Oregon vs. Idaho at Eu-'
.i gene,-''vrv!;'-''':-f-,:-','Vv''-"' V'-Kr-:
Wednesday, Oct 22. washing-
ton High vs Lincoln High at
Multnomah Field. 3 o'clock. , - e
- Friday,1 -'Oct - -34 i Jefferson !
High vs. Columbia V, on Mult- -
nomah Field, 3 o'clock. . . , - A
4 Saturday, Oct Washington
State college va uuitnoman jiuo r
4 - on Multnomah Field, 22:30 o'clock. 4
, Saturday, Oct. 2S Oregon Ag-
rlcuiturai college rev university
4 of Washington at Seattle. A
es 1, A'i""!1'",
' v ti i ( 't" ii i 1 j y t , .
. $25 Hoes more than ever Jbefore in buying real 1
, quality in clothes; it' a true economy price.
" Others here at $20.00 and up to. $40.00.
Piercinsr Voice Issu
". Walls ;CariylrigNrt
University - ofr; Oregon, fw"
18v Justve'n days tin ,,,one"
of the big games of the year the Or
egon - team 'Is really unknowt,. ; Even
the - varsity rooters don't know what
Bezdek has behlmj the walls of Kin
caid field. - ' Of : coufse, - everyone has
the team picked but the fact remains
that there are two fullbacks, two cen
ters, and two quarterbacks, eating at
the training table. Dean Crowell is
the latest addltioji to the table. , He is
showing up - well and.; has been- alter
nating with Bryant in the fullback po
sition. . Although Freshman' Blgbee has
not been- handling the first team It is
a significant fact that Besdek has him
on the training, table, Ensley, - the birr .
boy from ' Drain,' Or., is eating at tno
table. Ensley Is a candidate for center.
President P. L.' Campbell of the un
iversity was a guest at the training
table this week and spoke on "Football.
Its Place in the University.- He told
the men that- to play good clean ball
and to remember that, they-were al
ways gentlemen first and football play
ers after that The Oregon spirit is,"
said President Campbell, , "never beaten, -though
maybe sometimes defeated."
The Importance of psychology- in foot-'
ball, was -Impressed on . the men and
the president brought several incidents
forward -to prove his statement that
games are -won -because men "road the
mind' of the opposing players
- The 'repertoire" of the football team
so fax, according to Mentor Besdek, is,
Just two plays. He says . this is
enough. 'Most of the students agree
with himi that It Is enough for the
Bremerton sailors but believe the "re-.
pertolre" will have to be considerably
increased before Idaho Is. tackled next
Saturday.'; v.'-.-t-v'-- ' V -
Whether . Besdek has a . team that -does
not understand the fine points of
the game, whether he Is just pessl-,
mtstle er whether this standard ' Is too,
far Over the football men, the - "for-
tunate" students and townspeople that
get to see the team once a week on
Friday evening, when no , scrimmage Is
Indulged In, can not decide. One thing
Is certain, either the men have a scar
city : of football brains or Besdek has
missed his calling, he should have been
a slave driver. - His piercing voice .
comes out f the bleachers, urging the
men on. 1Let's go. "Hurry. Hurry."
"That's too slow are constantly heard..
Besdek never naes profanity but he is
a past ' master - In sarcasm. -
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Third and- Morrison