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THE OREGON DAILY ; JOURNAL, PORTLAND. MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1313.
Pacific Coast Conference Football Teams Have
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Saturday'! Ganjes Reveal That Four Teams Have Fighting Chance
to Land Championship; Washington Staters Pile Up Record
: . Score on "Winged M"; Oregon Wins Over Gem Staters
iHE outcome of Saturday's
coast forecasts some nara struggles 101- ine gnairon suprem
acy of the college conference.
- The Washington State college proved that it would be a con
tender for the honors by handing the Multnomah club eleven the
worst drubbing ever administered to .a "Winged M aggregation
in over 25 years! Coach Welch's men the. regular in the first
half and the second string stars in the second piled up a score of
49 points on the clubmen. ' ;
The -Washington $taters had little difficulty in tearing through
the clubmen's line. Time after time gains of between 15 and 20
yards were ripped off.
Andy Smith's Bears walloped the
stuff! n' out of the Occidental college
team, the final count being (1 to 0. and
when these two aggregations clash next
Saturday on the Berkeley field a real
game can be expected. Smith's men ev.
idently traveled at top speed, while the
Pullman eleven played straight football,
with a few little criss-crosses and passes
mixed in, against Multnomah. '
IDAHO BEAT W ACAD
" .The University of Orelton eleven con
tinued it winning streak over the Uni.
yersity of Idaho Saturday, Huntington's
charges piling up a 27 to score. The
Victory was tho thirteenth straight the
Lemon-Tellow representatives have won
from the Gem Stater
Hollis Huntinatoh and Bill Steers
! formed the scoring combination that
enabled .the Oregon team to win, al
though ti was not until the oecord half
that they "steamed up."
, The Idaho eleven was looked upon as
on of the strongest In the Northwest
prior ; to Saturday's game and it puts
Oregon In the, -championship class.
Washington got away to a victory
over the U. S. 8. New York team Sat
urday, Hunt's men putting over a 35
to u victory.
STASyOBD SHOWS FIGHT
The Leland Stanford team went down
before the strong Olympio club team of
San. Francisco, 13 to 0. Not a bad show
ing for an aggregation which Is com
posed largely of experienced players.
Coach Margins' Oregon Aggies showed
their mettle by trimming the Pacific
university squad. 47 to 6, on straight
football. The touchdown registered
against the Aggies was of a freaky va
riety, coming a few minutes before the
close of the final period on a fumble.
Whet) Stanford and the Aggies get to
gether' at Corvallls Saturday a great
game can be expected, as the Cardinals
displayed that they have plenty of fight
by holding the Sap Francisco . clubmen
to two touchdowns. ,
; - FOR SWIMMING
Division of Junior Boys' and
: Girls' Classes Are Announced
. . by Instructor Cody.
.Never before, in the history of the
Multnomah Amateur Athletic club have
the swimming classes been so large. As
a result there has been a division. Here
tofore the boys' and girls' sections have
been given two hours of swimming twice
a week, but so many youngsters have
reported to Instructor Jack Cody that
ha has been forced o designate four
classes of half an hour each for the '
boys and the same with the girla.
A special session for beginners has
been added. Beginning yesterday, the!
Junior girls were separated as follows :
First section, for those who cannot swim,
10 o'clock until 10;0 o'clock, , and the
advanced pupils from 10 :30 o'clock to 11
Those of the second section who can
not swim Will take to the water at 11
and will be followed at 11:30 o'clock by
the more advanced, swimmers. Junior
boys who cannot swim will, have the
tank Thursday afternoon between 4:30
and 8 o'clock, the boys to come from
the Wednesday and Friday classes. The
Intermediates are scheduled to appear
between 4 o'clock and 4:80 o'clock on
Thursdays to take their lessons, while
Instructor Cody will be in charge of
- and 1 .45 o'clock on the same afternoon.
Ad Gustavo Floors
- . f : - , - . ,
. Baker, t&st. SO. Ad Gustavo, formerly
of . South America, and - at ono time
claimant of the Argentina army title,
defeated- Harry Emele. Baker middle,
weight, in a fast match here Thursday
nltfht, ' Gustavo secured 'the first fall
in 23 minutes, using the head scissors
hold which 'also gave him . the second
f al;. This was Kmele's second defeat in
fivf. years of wrestling in Baker. Pro-
mcior Tom Jennings Is arranging with
PU Collins of Boise for a match be
tween Gustavo and Ed Morgan, a Mai.
hcui county boy. .
-v - ' Brennan to Box O'Dowd
Jersey City, N. J Oct. SO. (TJ. P.)
Bill Brennan, one of Jack Dempsey's
victima. who recently challenged tlie
champion for a return match, will meet
Dan O'Dowd in an eight round bout
nmriTv s ttt t '
football contests on the Pacific
Instructor O'Connell Hp Trio of
Boys Entered in Olympic
THREW of the promising young mitt
wielders of the Multnomah Amateur
Athletic club Carman Helm, A. K.
Waller and Charjese Bell- will partici
pate in the coast boxing tournament to
be staged by the Olympic club of San
Francisco October t9 and 80.
Instructor O'Connell faced a shortage
of mitt wielders this season, but out of
the newcomers in the classes he has
developed some very good boys, and It
would not be surprising ifthey held
their own with some of the southern
The war raised havoc with the club
boxing ranks but under the able in
struction) of O Connell some future
champions are in the making. These
boys displayed their wares before the
club members for the first time last
Thursday night and they all have ear
mirks of comers. -
O'Connell Is working hard to develop
a team for the Pacific Northwest asso
ciation which will be staged in the
spring. O'Connell is seeking a heavy
weight to represent the club in the title
In addition to his activities as boxing
instructor. O'Connell ts handling an ex
tra large wrestling class this year and
has a lot of bars who are likely to cop
titles this season.
The club boxers will e pitted against
representatives of the Spokane Amateur
Athletic club during the first week in
November according to the present plans
oi Manager rann warmer of the box
Crook High School
Beats Prairie City
Prlneville, Oct. 20. The Crook county
high school football team . played the
Prairie City high eleven here Friday and
the result was a 20 to victory for
Crook county." Cannon scored three
touchdowns and two goal kicks while
Lister made the remaining six points.
The summary is as follows :
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E. Chamber BOt,.
lounger .. . O . .
2. Chamber RHL
SCORE BY OHARTRRa
Prairie City ..... o 0 0 ft 0
Crook County 14 8 8 028
Substitutions Rice for Toumer, O. MilH for
GocximUl-T, Smith for D. Mills, Blann for Hayes
Noble for Harieon, Barie for Cannon. Officiata
W. Xancy, referee; 8. Ellis, umpire; Dr. Inger
tou, head lineaman.
Stecher to Wrestle Lewis
New York. Oct. 20. CJJ. ' P.) Joe
Stecher add Ed ("Strangler") Lewis
wilt meet in a wrestling bout at Madison
Square Garden November 3, according
to an announcement, here today by Jack
SKETCHES OF OREGON AGGIES
Rvardoa, Henry "Butts." Portion, qnar- :
terbck. Captain of team. Hnju, Corrallu, !
Or. Ace, 23. Plajrwi quarterback three yeaia
with Corrallia High whool. Playvd with Mather
field arts torn. Third year on varsity qnad.
We if lit, ISO pounds, heicht, 5 frt u' inehes.
tlubhard. C. VP. "Cant" Position, left
end. Home, Corvallia. Or. Aire. 23. Played
with Wetaer, Idaho, High Mtbool, and with Camp ;
Dick aria tor. Third year on rarritr mmU i
Weight, 158 pousdat half lit 5 feet 10 fnchaa. I
Iftxiler. Art "Duke." Poeition.
halfback. Home, Pen land. Or. ' Age. 3i.
Played two 'yean with Columbia university.
Reonnd year oir vanity aqnad. Weight. 170
pound ; weight B feet 0 inqhe. ' , - i
1 Sohroeder, W. W. "trap." Poaitionr qur
terbick. Hom, Portland. Or. As. St.
Played two year with Jamea John High aeheel,
Prrtland. First year on earity eqiud. Weislit,
ISO pounds: height, feet ? inohea. v
McCart. Marian "Rabe." Poeition." Uekte.
Nome,: Selma, OaL Age. 22. Played with
gel ma High echool at fullbaok. Fir year on
vanity aquad. Weight. 190 pounds; height, 6
feet SVa inches. v
TIMy ON TEAM
Sohroeder. Samuel "Tiny." Pcwiikm.
Center. Home, Portland, Of. Age, 10. Played
oentar fur Jelfenon High school. Portland.'
Second year on aquad. Weight, 198 pound:
height. 6 feet 4 inches.
Johnston, C. E. "Johnny." Position, guard
Howe. Portland. Or. Age. 25. Played tackle
with Waahington High achool. Portland. Sce
nd year on ramity squad. Weight, ISO peons j
beieht 5 feet t inches.
r Powell. Oeonra "Gao." Po.Itinn rninh
Home; Portland. Or. Age. 21. Played full
back with FrmnUia High octioel. Portland, gee
end year on aquad. Weight, 200 pound :
height. C feet 1 inch.
- Uayden, Theodore "Oupid." PAition, cen
ter. Home,' Pendleton, Or. Age, 20. Played
w.rkl with the Bound-TJp High school. Pendle
ton. First rear on Tarsity squad. Welch t.
Xr pounds : height., 5 feet 1 1 inches
Walker Oabnn Oa " Position, tackle.
Home, Portland, Or. Age. 24. . Played tackle
With Waahington High school, Portland. Weight,
J 00 pound; height. 5 feet 11 inches.
lODElt WITH MARINES
Stewart , Robert "Bob." Position, center:
with Hill Mtlitarjt aoademr. Portland, geeond
J!?Ji,.00ait,,,,aydC w"sW 187 poaiKb;
height feet 11 IncUaa. , , .. ,
u JTWl. CarL "Orland." Position, guard
tf JFJir Porthunt Or. As 3.
Portland. Second year oo vanity squad. Played
TV7ITH an average of -SO?. Henry of
W the Wentworth-Irwin team is lead
ing the Automotive Bowling league. In,
12 games he has toppled, over- 842 pins.
Hardy of the Marshall-Wells team is
second with 14 and Rows of the
Ballou-Wright squad Is third with 1st.
The Ballou-Wright team Is leading
the league with a percentage of -750.
Standings of team and averages of
the bowlers follow: - .
Tsasi. . Wos. Loot.
George UmM ,...,.,,. 8
Marshall-WeU ........... T
UmUnta ...... . . . , . , ... , B
Wtotwortli-Irria '...;. . . ... I
Henry. W.-I . . .
Howe. B.-W i
Ranfa, M.-W . .
Finse. B.-W. .
Robert, (i.-h. t . .
Robinson. H.-S . . .
SHOOK. M. W . , . . ,
auMtj. n,-. ........ . a
LeaUierman, O.-V 6
Skinner, M.-W 10
Wyatt. B.-W 1
I,onsw, B.-W 12
Beckett, .M.. .......... Jl
Saub, l..l,.,,....... 12
Hayes. O.rV. 12
Mloodhahd, M.-W. 9
itaugsten, H.-a ....... . 4 -
Nicolas, B.-S ..........
Nnwtny, B.-W, fl
imr, B.-B. 12
Wentwortb. W.-I...... 12
PetersoB, O.-V 8
Streib. G.-I. 12
Henderson. M.-W 8
Warner, M.-W 12
Klrter.. W.-I 12
Blak. O.-V. 3
Blake, O. V 8
Bergman, G. -L 13
Keity. K.-H,..,., 6
Km, .O.-V 8
Htrcid. W.-I. 0
Bragdon, W.-I 12
Tweedy. B.-S 2
Brown O.-V,,,...,... , 1
Tliomlindon, B;-S ..... . 3
Bradshtw, 0,-V 9
Sprofue, Qrtf...,,...v , 3
Hisb emu, Henry. W.-I. .
High s m, Henry, W.-I..,,
Hisb Uam gtkia. Mr.-Wel. . ,
Hib team fsmt. Mar. Wei . ,
Although Fred Raymond rolled 217
for high game in the individual sUs-game
tourney pn the Portland- bowling alleys
Sunday night, he finished fifth out of
the 12 class A pinsmashers who com
peted. Al Wood wa high man. with an
average of 19& and & total of 1168 pins.
Heffron with 1161 and an average of
194 was a closa Second, while third hon
ors went to Goodwin with 1134 and a
The scores follow :
Name. Total Pin. Arrraar.
' , f .
Bhotia . .
Smith . .
Several Changes in.
Soccer Rules Have
. Been Suggested
Several suggestions by Danny Shea,
the famous Blackburn Rovers soccer
player of England, will Tjrove interest
ing to enthusiasts in this country where
the kicking style of football is grow
ing in popularity. Shea advocates
changes in the laws of the game that, if
adopted, might find supporters here.
Shea would penalise the "kicker out."
that Is, the player who boots the ball
over th boundary lines on the side of
the' field, by awarding a free kickrtn
stead of a throw-in. He weuld have It
that a player could not bo ruiett off-side
on two thirds of the playing pith, or in
other words, that a player can only be
given off-side on the third portion : of
the field at the opposing goal. Instead of
half, as at present. He also recommends
that a goal could be scored direct from
a corner kick.
Rudolph Wilhelm, Oregon state golf
champion, won the Portland club crown
for the third time Sunday, by defeating
Dr. O. F. Willing:, 5 up and 3. to play,
before the largest gallej-y that ever wit
nessed a match on the Raleigh course.
By virtue of his victory, Wilhelm be
comes the possessor of the W. C. Bris
tol trophy. . - ' , t
Willing finished 1 up on Wilhelm ajt
the turn In the morning round, but the
state champion came back and was I
up at the nd of the first halt In the
afternoon round Wilhelm thot, a won
derful game, but under pay to th fif
teenth hole. -.- " :
with 1818 Mare Island aueines,. Weiglit, 180
pounds; height, S feat, -
Rose, Charlees . "Chuok." Peitien.' Tight
end Home. Seattle. Wash. Aw. 38 Srf
?ck " ith Lincoln Hi.h iclTioL
Seattle. Second year on arity Vjuad. Played
end with Mather field arts tors. Weight. 185
pounds? height. fet
Qaigh. Warren Ntto." Position, guard
Hnm, . Ontario . ,Cal. Ae. 23. rUyVl Vj.rf
with Rhswr-TJnion Hiab aeliool. Ontrio. lrt
year on rarsit squad lis Ted with Camp Lewi,
iVhwHe. Pounds; heigh feet
Jnwan. Attgmtns-.',Iua Poeition. aver
Urback. Home, Taoowa. -Wash. AV, J14
I'lsyl ousrtrhack with SUdhim High scliooL
Tacpma. First year on .vanity aquad. Weight
147 pound,- height, feet ItT hwhea ,
Wagti.r. W. PTkfike.'. PoerttorTaTiard.
Home. Monroe, Or. Am. 28, Heron year
7 & Weight, IMffy
rhristensen. " Enjil-t-'Thristy - ' position,
tackle. Home. Portland; Or. Age. 20, Plsved
with BUnwood. W h.. HUrh achoSL !, KhW
HAILS PROM THI PAlkfS
Kasbenrer. ose,h--."Je; J PoeiUon, half,
back. Homo. The thtllea. d. Age. 28. Played
quarterback with Mount angel oeUege." PJXS
quarterback and halfback wu Camp Levrii
eleren. First year on antitar aquad. Weight.
175 ponnda; height 6 feet 8 Inches.
Tan Imea, ,Rb'rt "V. . Portion, half-
8was,H. T. "Twrnrtw." ' Position, tackle.
Sr3akeHiJ!r n8 J "
wtta isr High jeehool - gacend year en rar-
a11- - O. Whft- Posftloa. end. Home,
t'-J?-, -l-, Plw en with Sateni
High school 8eoood . yearnn eanttr smaZ
Weight. ISO prfunda; height,"? fret 1 toSS
CamieB fcf B. "lion, " Position"
Home, Portland:' Or. Age. 10. Played guard
with Jetfenoa High scWl. Portland. First year
mu ?hZb tlllfc lU Pi; ha&ht,
.Loosely Merje J.--"tooe .- PosWoa, guard.
Home, Port Klamath. Third year. Weight.
ISO pounds; bnglit. feet. -
Hubbard. Walter P. "Watt." ' Guard.
VoniM. Or. Age. ft. Second yea. .Weight.
aMiwneasene. velben B.
Monroria. tlaL Ae, 22.
180; .height. feet
Second year.. Weight
J. WU il JEiAIVia
Jefferson and Washington Will
, Fight for Scholastic Cham-
ip This Season.8
( VL 9, Campbell
THE interscholastic race has narrowed,
down to two teams Jefferson and
"Washington, Each has won three gramas
and lost none. All the other teams tjave
been trailed in the sawdust. Both
schools hav well drilled teams and play
tellar ball. ' Dope on them is hard to
obtain, for they have played different
teams and each uses a different stvle
Of game. -
' Washington has tba; advantage in
weight by many pounds per tiuin, but
lacks the speed of the Democrats, Wash
ington has a big line and small fast
back field. x Jefferson has a small, line
and large powerful backs led. by the
WEATHER TO BE FACTOR
i . If they meet ;on , a dry . field the ad
vantage will be With Jefferson for You
mans. who is moost of the offensive
strength, i a wonderful dodging runner.
He can't dodo in the mud, Washington
uv;es the forward pass frequently, but
doewi't need to do so, as the team can
plow through any line li? the league for
yardage, and this would-be even more
pronounced on a muddy field. , -
Neither teatn in in danger of meeting
defeat before they lock horns for the
PI.AY BOf BIK i, TtAH -
Washington wll) have to play a harder
game this week than Jefferson and for
the first time actual Mope will be forth
coming as the teams trade opponents
from last week. Jefferson will likely
show to better advantage, as fast open
work by the Democrats will yiew a
larger score over Benson than Wash
ington registered. On the other hand.
James John should hold Washington to
less than 2' points. Jefferson has the
call both going and coming. Washing
ton tackles James John Tuesday, while
Jefferson and Benson meet Wednesday,
Thursday Columbia and Hill will fur
nish the-' attraction and these "stag"
schools should furnish a real battle, as
both are about on a par. Each has
receipted for two beatings and won' a
alnirlo fnnt ant -m.
Friday Franklin and Lincoln will do
battle. It will hustle the Quakers to be
in shape after; the game against the
Aggie Freshmen, Lincoln is getting bet
ter each ween ana snoma give a gooa
r' T"T,T:T;" r.
w " .,....-
win the game. ,
Willamette Has Good
Squad of Players for
19 Football Season
Willamette University,: Salerno Oct 80.
Coach Mathews of the . Willamette
football squad i is driving his players
hard to put them, in the. best, of shape
for the first game of th season with
the Chemawa Indians. Novmbr l
With the opening of the law school
several new men reported to Coach
Mathews. Don Randall, former Salem
high school star, is out for an end
position, Rufus Boaltright another
former Salem "high player, is working
for a line position.
Leslie Bailey and Rein Jackson, mem
bers of the 1917 team, have returned
from service and are sure to land regu
The games arranged by Manager
Fisher are : -
November 1 Chemawa Indians -at
November t Pacific university. ,
November 15 Multnomah A, A. C at
Salem. . "
November 22 Reed College- (Tenta
tive). November 27 College of Puget Sound.
New Puck Chasers
Will Appear With '
Thrs i lil(iv to be several new
faces In the lineups of the Pacific Coast
Hockey association- teams this year, ac
cording t the present plans of the man
agers. Fete piwiaoon. dobs oi me seat
tie Metropolitans, is i nthe East seeking
new players, and it 4s said that Ideate r
Patrtcli oi the victoria aggregation ana
Frank Patrick of the Vancouver septet
have secured new puck chasers.
Dick Irvln, former Portland player,
will be back in- the Victoria lineup. Irvln
was In serviea three yeajrs. "Heck"
Fowler and Jim Riley, former Seattle
pljayers, have I been discharged from
service and will don their uniforms again
this reason. ;
The hockey season will open on New
Year's day. i .
Redmond High Loses
By One-Sided Score
Redmond. Oct. 20. Bend high bct.ool
walloped the Redmond high football
team by 44 to 0 score here Saturday.
The locals failed to show to good ad
vantage against the Bei.d delegation and
both teams wete evenly matched as to
weight - Coach I Merle Moore of the vis
itors was' highly . elated over his suc
cess and nowhq wants to meet any
team in the state. . Grover Francis of
tii-Mvltrromah Amateur AVileUc clu
wss the"reeree. Tho Hne-up follows t
Bend (441. '"I Vm. Redmond (0)
daynooi ......... H. K-I.. L. Smith
t. Conger J . . R. T. L. , . . . . . . Moore
IuU .4 . .9, O. . . I . . Buckley
V, Cogntr. . .... i ... .O. . , Wallace
If. Miller.,...., .U f'. R.,.. Kidder
f. Miller. ,.UT.B., Wurta
Willianu ...,,,i..t.K.R Doty
HeUrich, , . . , . . . K - S-i . .... Oellett
Honek ,R- H. t,, . Kindle
iiarer , . . L. H. B . . Robbina
Brostenliouse (CapL) . ..F. Be tea
Official Grorar irncis, referee; Guy Eh?,
son, empire; Joseph Lackey, , hnewnaa; Oeoar
Jolinaen and A. k. Tuck, tuaers. .
- i " ' " ' i r
" "Oup Boys', Well Cqnipped -Among
the athlatio equipment sent to
American trnopa : in Sibena Were: X.94
basketballs, 298 sots of boxln-T gloves,
77? footballs. 164 medicine balls, 1000
playground balls, 57 soccer, footballs, 12
volley balls and 200 volley ball nets.
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THE DANCE STUDIO
Bth rtoer tUkust BMo.. Washlofton at Third St,
- MISS IRELAND
' ' li " i TEACHES ? 'r
aginaers Men day and Friday. T:1S to S:1Sa. m.
As vane class Monday and frMay. Sft a. nv (
:3Q a. m.
LATEST A WO OPULAII OANOES ;
By H. J.
-. '.t- By Harry J. CasjpbtU ' . i
Th ni A. (" fnnthall annsd Innba Ilka
a mixture of interscholaatic stars from
PorUaod.. "Lodell, Stroheker, Campbell,
and. Dr1p" Thompson are former Jet
feraea ? players. Duke Hodier - was at
Cqlurabiar Bill Schroder James John,
Johnson .and Os Walker from Washing
ton, Powell from Franklin. It looks
rather queer to see these players playing
together after going against each other
for several years."
. " -
Multnomah had the best football team
on the Coast last fall aod this season is
getting walloped by huge scores, though
the personnal of the team la largely the
same. ' Either the players are far be
low form or the class of football in the
colleges is way up in O, - , .
Washington Stale has a team that is
equal to any that has been turned out
by" the school In recent years. Coach
Welch has veteran material and has
moulded a- team that can "traveT the
route tn "high,". The team will receive
the acid, test against California next
Saturdy at Berkeley.
. . ' e
A team that ha received a thorough
training in fundamentals is always hard
to defeat. Bill Hariris has spent most
of the feeason drilling the players in the
DUE FOR A
Tad Jones May BTe Asfod
, Lend a Helping Hand to
Old Eli. .
NEW YORK, Oct 20. (I. N. S.
Yale's defea by the Boston college
eleven was the big upset In Saturday's
football clashes. Next to It in surprise
was the overwhelming- beating handed
Glenn Warner's Pittsburg squad by
'Coach At Sharpe is coming in for a
great deal of criticism in connection with
the defeat of Old Kit On of the crltl
otsma heard most often is that he drove
hs men too hard during the week and
they wore not able to play as strongly
a result on Saturday. Some of Yale's
, , . ,
best men, it Is charged, were not able
to take part In Saturday's game be
cause they were injured m ' the scrim
maging Sharpe sent 'them through dur
ln& the week-
LpXiis to seize chasces
. Reports wero current, today that a
CaU has been seat out for Tad Jones,
coach, of the 191 team, which defeated
both Harvard and Princeton,
.' Sharpe Is quoted as declaring that
Yale was beaten because the Bua play
era did not take advantage of chances
afforded them while their opponents
seised every opening.
Kempton was the star of the back
fields lle .waa too only one who could
gain.' ground consistently. It t pretty
attain that there will be some, radical
shake-ups thi . week in the Tale line-up.
If 4BYARB FAILS TO PLEASE
Syracuse's surprising defeat of Pltfs
burg is all the more remarkable because
of the fact that the team had shown
nothing out of the ordinary befor this
year. Pittsburg had given Syracuse, two
severe beatings in 1916 and 1917 and
Syracuse evidently was out for thorough
revenge' -V- -. . "
'Harvard, ,while not defeated Satur
day.v'Hn&do a disappointing uhowing by
being held, to a 7 to 0 score by Brown.
Its admjrers. still figure, however, that
it. wm -Mtye something on both Yale
Princeton's victory over Rochester was
soeasy that no chance was afforded to
spe-.wnat the Tigers really can do.
Extra Stands Are
Ueing greeted for
It is not likely that the general public
will share in the free distribution of
the tickets for the Army-Navy football
game on the New York polo grounds on
November 29, and the best opportunity
of the masses' for seeing the game will
be to buy at $3.50 or S3 seats which jnay
be secured from members of, the athletic
associations at West Point or Annapolis,
If these arsyno .exhausted by, November
IS they -will be aold directly to the public
by the1 National Kxhibitlon company,
owners of U polo grounds.
With estra Vands erected for the occa-slonr-theje"
'wOl be 44,000 seats, 13,854
belnr allotted to each institution for
distribution among their member. Tfata
will givk each member of the Navy Ath
letic association but two. However,
members -will be given the first , oppor
tunity Of. .buying the other tickets and
the pubHcVmay be able to 'buy through
them. The amount received for the sale
of tickets' will just cover the cost of
erecting temporary stands and other ex
With St. Paul Team
8an Francisco, Oct. 20. (U. P,) .The
Seals wen and lost to the St Paul club
her yesterday. The American associa
tion dropped the Morning game, 1 to 7,
after l innings, but grabbed the after
noon contest. 4 to 1. ! -
Morning game , R. If. E.
St Paul t 10 I
San Francisco f f i
Batteries Williams and McMenemy,
Marirrave ; Scott, Smith and McKee.
Afternoon game . R. H. E.
St Pau-"-., , 40
San Francisco ...... ..j..... 1 ( 0
. Batteries Orlner and Hargrave ; Bea
ton and-Anf bison.
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. -Distributors of '
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A B Ca of the game and with a few
good plays .well learned should give any
ot the conference teams hard battle, -i
A few seasons ago, Tost of Michigan
decided to cut out fundamentals and de
velop his offense by starting signals
right from the first night's practice. He
went alone fine till he struck Pennsyl
vania and receipted for a defeat : Ha
took the team home ami he and his fel
low coaches donned uniforms and taught
tackling, falling on the ball, blocking,
etc, for 10 days. Michigan played good
ball the balance of the season, :
"Doc" Stewart resigned as coach at
Nebraska last spring. He always was
lucky. For Nebraska has played three
games, losing two and tieing one. Not
in the memory of man has the haughty
cornhusker made such a poor, shvwing
While on the -other hand Netraska never
played three harder schools so early in
the season. Iowa. Minnesota and Notre
Dame U some : schedule , for practice
games. . '"Doc" must have been ambitious
when he arranged that schedule.
Hugo Besdek ran into harj luck Sat
urday against Dartmouth, His team was
leading 15-7 at - the , end of the first
quarter but coulo not stand the pace
and finally lost.
BOBBY WARD, the St. Paul light
weight, will start his invasion oi ova
Northwest ring circles against Muff
Bronson in a four round contest at Aber
deen, Wash., November 8. The match
was arranged by Bobby Evans, acting
in the capacity of a matchmaker for
Nate Druxman of A the Grays Harbor
metropolis. . iJ . ' ;
Morris Lux. the Kansas City welter
weight passed through Portland Sunday,
en route to Tacoma. Wash., where he
has been matched to box Frank Barrieau.
Tickets for. Wednesday night's smoker
were placed oh sale at the Heiiig theatre
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Create Interest at
Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis.
Oct 20. Interest in Intramural athleUcs
at Oregon Agricultural college has never
been higher, approximately 140 men turn
ing out for cross ; country workouts.
Swan, varsity roiler, and Lucas will be
in charge of the intramural contests.
With the return of "Jim" Arbuthnot,
wrestling la receiving attention, 75 asplr
tntr trying out for places on the varsty
Sam Armstrong, last year's varsity mat
man, is' assisting in the Instructional
work. More than 200 men have reported
Under the direction of Ralph Cole
man, former track atarand athletic di
rector of athletics tn Corvallis high
school, 755 students have registered for
gymnasium work,. One thousand four
hundred and thirty-four men have reg
istered in the department of physical
education. T71 being, freshmen, 993
sophomores, while the remaining 270 men
are divided among the specials, upper
class men and vocationals.
Gonzatia Grid Captain
Spokane, Wash,, Oct. 20. Captain
Lyle Meehan of the Gonsaga university
football team was put out of commis
sion Thursday afternoon during a hard
practice scrimmage, Meehan went under
a play to make a tackle and came- up
with a I twisted ankle which, will keep
him out of the game for a week or 10
EMPIRE? City Racing association will
distribute $30,000 in purses in its 12
Frank O'Neill, American jockey, is the
leading French tort wiaaar with 68
mounts, W. K. VanderWlt tops th win
ning owners with 412,000 francs.
Man o War, the great colt which won
the juvenile championship and more
than $85,000 In purses this year for Sam
uel D. Riddle, is leading a life of leisure
on a fam at Parlin Md.
Penh Track Squad
'!' l -" ' ''-
The return, of Shermaa JLandera to- the
University of Pennsylvania track squad
was a big encouragement to Coach Law
son Robertson. WltJi Shields, the famous
mile runner of two years' ago, and the
promise that Maxam, "the quarter mile
star, returnlnff, the Red and Blue may
regain some of Its lost laurels in 1S80.
KNABE AND OTHERS
eST OUR SELLING PLAN
Moderate"1 Prices Cigar"
"" 11 11 1 u ii.. . )' miss
VernoV Tigers Outhit St Paul
"Batsmen in Nine Game Series,
: Meusel Individual Leaden .
rOBBY MEUSEL,- the hard hitting
Jj Tight fielder of the Vernon club, hit
at a .414. clip duringNthe Tiger-St. Paul
minor league championship series, which"
ended Friday. - He- pounded out 12 hlbi
tri -!ff tlrties to bat. Hughie High, who
plajed five amea, hit 8. "
Ghadbourne, JPf Mitchell and Alcock
air hit above the three mark for the
Tiger Martin, who played short during
the first part of th series for the Saints,
wag their; best hitter with a mark of
.876. Boone, who replaced Martin, hit
.3J , .Hargrave.- who cauaht the nlrte
games for Uie American association club,
. Meuser and J. Mitchell each scored
seven runs and Chadbourne and Fisher
each crossed the plate six times.
The Tigers led in base stealing with
1?. while the Saint had a total of 6.
rne individual batltiip averages
O. AB. U, H. P.t '
Iawson t it 1 - 2 .800
High s 13 0 T ,53
MOfel . 0 20 7 IS .414
Chadbmima 0 33 6 13 .3T5
J Mitchell 80 7 It .3rtT
Atixxik - ..,3 t 2 .33.1
elt-...,.j..,. 8 7 2 .20
risher 8 6 10 .278
Rdincton ... 82 ' 0 - 8 .250
liaatMB ,. 8 I 1 .200
Dsreruwr J J 0 9 .ll
peek 8 27 O 8 .111
na 4 IS 0 8 .083
J-os T 18 1 2 .111
Krouime 2 3 0 0 .000
Ross , fr, ........ 3 2 0 0 .000
Tlouck 2 S 0 0 .000
W. MittheU ; 2 2 0 0 .000
Bortos .-V . . . 1 0 0 0 .000
Totato ' 277 80 " "Va .271
- ST. PAIX
, O. AB. H. H. Pet.
Martia ., ..5 18 1 8 .870
Bmme i m. . 5 13 2 5 .333
Hersrete 9 81 3 JO .828
Moltoaald . 8 88 2 10 .808
Jfjratt- 80 ( 0 .800
Marritt ,,,......5 4 0 1 .2R0
Ricsert ; 9 83 J f ,212
Herfhaamer 0 20 1 8 .207
Urine S 10 1 2 .200
Miller 0 84 4 4 .118
Corrtdea ..,,.... ,1 0 0 .000
Hall 2 3 0 0 .000
Williams ........ 2 1 0 o .000
Nieheu : . . , S 8 0 0 ,000
TeUBi 9 538 21 " 80 .537
Tlf It I '
Hoppe and Cochran
. To Meet in Cue Test
New York. Oct 26 TJ, F.) William
F. Hoppe, champion, and Welker Coch
ran ace to meet tonight In the feature
match- of the opening schedule of the
national 18 1 balkllne billiard champion
ship tournament here. Jake gchaeffer
and Ora Morningstar will onen the tour
nament this aftrnoon, followed by
George F- Slosson and George Sutton. -
The very essence of summer is ,'
t t 2f?Jl ' hsd 'or you in the fresh, sestful fcalii;
A sy Jl flavor of Puritan Beverages. fiH;jrVj
W AH 1 1. Case of 14 Bottles . I ""Ilf
Jfc:i"Ci- vreoif waea veniea aaa s . n m Afar,
UyfV Caet are rataraed l 1 1 II
v'iNS .3ff-mm : t rsor 4eiirt, of call J
. RADIO TELEGRAPHY-Dayor Night
A remarkable opportunity is presented to young- men who 3r
trained Radio Operators. Shortare of operators fcai forced up
'the salary .scale. , ; 4
r We have trained hundreds of young men into Radio positions.
This school cooperates with the stato in providing
financial aid to roturnexl servie
For citgtojfue tnd detailed lnfdrraitlbn addfesi
DIVISION A, DEPARTMENT OF' EDUCATION
PORTLAND Y. M. C. A.
: : -
"Get thiis straight n
says the Good Judge
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW '
' 4 'V . - Put up in two $tyU$ - jf '
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
V: '.VB CUT is a long-fine-cut tobacpo
TEKDIB SCHUPP, the sensational
younr southnaw whom .Inhn Uo.
Qraw of the Giants traded to St. Louis,
will likely be back' in a New York uni
form next season. Schupp displayed his
old form with the Cardinals and It is
reported the arrangements have -been
completed for his return to the Giants,
Nick Williams, former manager of the
Portland and Spokane clubs' of the
Northwestern league. -George Engle, the
veteran twirler, and Darby O'Brien, who
won four pennants for Duluth in the
Northern circuit, are among the . appli
cants for the position as manager of the
Calgary team of the Western Canada
league Joe Devtne, the Seattle scout
landed the position and It in a safe bet
that the Rainier will ship their raw
material to Calgary.
Orover Cleveland Alexander has signed
his 1920 contract with the Chicago'
Chclialia Brats Olympi
Chehalls, Wash.. Oct. SO.The Olympia
high school football team was snowed
under by a 8 to 0 score by the Cheralls
high school team on Mlllett field here
Saturday afternoon. The ball was in
Olympia territory most of the time and
that team had to punt frequently. The
Olympia team was heavier than Clicliwlln,
but lacked speed.
TTigr American Rowling association
championship tourney, at Peoria March
10 to. April 4, 13!0, will be rolled on 14
Heiiig, Wcdncs- 99
dayi October dM
DoubU Main Event
II llOLDS ,
AB TWO I HOUSD ETE3TT3
Seat Sale Now
Prices 50c to $2.50
The tobacco that gives
you the - most lasting
chew is the kind that
saves you money, Yow
don't have to take so
many fresh chewi. The s
rich tobacco taste stays
right with it. That's
why you take a smaller
chew." 1- - : : '-