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Oregon Aggies' Hopes Drop When Fullback Powell Is Injured in Scrimmage Practice
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER .18, ; 1 19CT.
State Grid ;
v For Battle
By George Berts
CHAXCES of an Oregon Aggie victory
In th state - football claastc with
Orejcon Saturday at Corvallis were given
a setback during Thursday's scrimmage.
wnen Ueorge Powell, the big fullback.
injured hla kn again, forclnsr him out
of the O. A. Clineup for the remainder
Powell's injury, together with the fact
; that Harold McKenna and Woods, sub
stitute rullbacks, are not In the bent pos
sible shape, has caused Coach Ruther
ford to shift his entire backfield line.
KA8BERGEH AT FU1L
Hughie McKenna, the midget field
general of the Beavers, will start the
game and Joe Kasberger will likely be
used In the fullback position. The half.
back positions are undecided, but it is
iweiy that Holder will start at lert nair.
wiui nummers as nis. running nunc, ow-
ly, who starred In scrimmage during
the early part of the season. Is expected
The Aggie line may also see some new
McFadden. and' McCart will be used in
place of Swan, who is out of condition.
He yd en may replace Stewart at center.
Despite the changes In the line-up, the
Aggies will fight Oregon to the last in
hopes of gaining a victory.
The Ixman-Yel!ow team is on. edge for
the fight. Probably the only handicap
Oregon will face is a wet field. The
heavy rain of the past week -may slow up
the aftack of the Lemon-Yellow equad.
BIO CROWD EXPECTED
i ne Eugene aggregation win re ac
companied by a band and over 1500 stu
dents. Indications are that over 10.000 foot
ball fans will attend the contest.
A special train will leave the Union
station at 10:30 o'clock Saturday morn
ing. Southern Pacific trains will also
loave at 7 :G0 a. m. and 9 :30 a. mt Satur
day for Corvallis, while the Oregon Elec
tric trains will leave- at 6 :30 a. m. and
8:30 a. m. Saturday. '
CALIFORNIA TEAM REA1Y
TO BATTLE STANFORD TEAM
Pan Francisco. Nov. 19. (U. P.)
There was Just ope thing to dampen the
enthusiasm at Berkeley and Stanford
today, preliminary to tomorrow's "big
gme at California field. The damp
ening element -was the rain which, ac
cording to reports from Berkeley, is
threatening to turn the gridiron Into a
fine scene for a game' of wajer nolo.
Reports from both Stanford and Cali
fornia camps were that the teams were
ready to play despite the rain, evn if
they had to wear water wings.. At the
same time the respective student, bodies
seemed ready to subscribe to the same
announcement. At. any rate, the over
abundance of water had had no notice
able effect In making ticket more
plentiful. Everyone was holding onto
ine covetea pasienoaran.
Following the time-honored custom
the California lineup was announced at
the annual rally last night. Everyone
knew pretty well In advance who would
make up the team and it was a ' bit
fortunate, for they couldn't have heard
the announcement last night on account
of the pandemonium raised by the out
pouring of student spirit.
The student body opened its collective
mouth the moment the rally started and
uttered a collective yelp that continued
to shatter the night until nearly morn
ing. MSEtfS AJTISOUWCED
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the California lineup the game will start
with the following players on the field:
Berkey IJB Prion
rn , ....I.T Me Alpine
t'ramner , ..LG :. . ; , . .
Tatham .. ...C... Righttr
Maior ........... Rfl CraTmu
MrMillmn RT. f.r.hin.
lrb .Q B. Sohlanitrman
Tnomey HH .. , Templeton
Nprott .LH.. . Wilcoi
Morrison P ; Patrick
The game is scheduled to begin at
2:30. The field will open at 1 o'clock
and the preliminaries are expected to
have . considerable interest attached to
them. Practically every professor, stu
dent, janitor and cinarv Writ frnm Stan.
tomorrow to see the game.
The crowd, unless the Tain ' frightens
the ticket holders, will rank as the sec
ond largest which ever saw a football
game orr this coast. Twenty-seven thou
sand tickets have been sold. The record
crowd saw Oregon play Harvard at
Pasadena New Year's, 1920. It was es
timated at 30,000. '
uuring, tne Grand Circuit season a
total of $552,749.95 was distributed in
various races for light harness stars.
The winning trotters received 363,
916.87. and the pacers $188,832.98.
CORVALLIS AUTO ROUTE
GIVEN FOR GRID FANS
C0sVM.HSr fr1i ti .
I - -., LIKMB
Tbe Ankeny Hill route out of Salem
Is the best one to travel over to
reach : Corvallis, where the state
. championship football game . will
be played Saturday. From the
'Ankeny Hill detour, the roakl re
turns to the main highway four
miles north of Jefferson. The
river la crossed at Albany.
Big Star In
rpHE" brilliant all-around playing of
jl Houston btockton waa largely re
sponsiblp for, the 38 to 0 victory, of the
Columbia university over the Jefferson
high football team on Multnomah field
Thursday. The big halfback scored two
touchdowns and kicked three goals after
The Democrats held their opponents
even until about the middle of the third
quarter, and the "break" came when Jtf-
ferson was given a 5-yard penalty for
being offside. This put the oval on the
1-yard line, and it was Stockton who
took the ball the rest of the way. He
failed to kick goal. Soon after the next
kickoff; Stockton made a 35-yard run,
and two plays later he shot a forward
pass to Tony Dwyer, who went 22 yards
io me goai une. stocKton goaiea, ana
the half ended with the count, 13 to 0.
Fourteen points were made by the win
ners in the third canto, when Van Orden,
the husky tackle, picked up a fumble
and rah 40 yards for a score, after which
Stockton kicked goal. Jefferson kicked
off, and Columbia took the pigskin
straight down the field without losing it
once and made a touchdown ; Kenney
m$de 6 points and Stockton 1 with hii
goal kick. In the final quarter Jeffer
son started an aerial attack, but Stock
ton intercepted one and ran 35 yards for
a touchdown. He missed goal.
The work of Bill Jones on the line and
Wilbur in the backfield featured the
playing of the high schoolers, while
Dwyer ; brothers, . "Big Joe" Doherty.
Stockton. Raymond Cudahy. and Van
Orden featured for the winners. It was
the last game of the 1920 season for the
Columbia aggregation . h the Portland
Following is the summary :
Columbia (33) Tefferson (0)
E. ! I.KK -. .. McClnng
McMnllen I.TR McAndia
L. J. Dougherty LOR stern
8aTrian (e) .C Snllinn
McMoniula . , , RfiL Bnllen
Van Ord-n RTL, W. Johea
B. J. Dpherty BEL, Ilitrtins
T. Pwyat Q Mimnauch
Stockton ...MIR Williami
Cudahy .BHI, Uion
Keener ;.. .F WUtrar
-. f SCORE BT QUARTERS
Columbia ......... O 13 14 8 33
JeffeTson 0 0 0 0 0
8ubetitntions -Columbia: Sharkey for L. J.
Dougherty. Jefferson: Kurta for SnllWin, An
denon for Mimnaugb, 8eabrook for McAhdie,
Heerdt for Bullen. Kelaay for McClunc, Murray
for Wilbur. Neff for Sterna. Hough for Laxon,
Wiaer for Hicgina, Sulliran for Kurta, McAndia
Officialj Oroter Francis, referee: Tom Iut
tit, umpire; Sergeant Dana, marina corjw. bead
lineaman; A. IL Burton and A. V. Ritchie,
The Falcon hockey team of Winnipeg,
holder of the Allan cup, will defend the
trophy emblematic of the Canadian
GIVING a wonderful exhibition of
horsemanship, H. S. Burnham of
Colorado Springs, Colo., won the Pacific"
International Livestock exposition trophy
for the best man rider in Thursday
night's feature event of the horse show.
Burnham, mounted on "Colorado Sil
ver Dare," gave the spectators a thrill
when he put his- high school, horse
through a series of feats, proving that
he was an excellent trainer as well as
Miss Doris Van Cleave of Victoria, B.
C, Oswald West and Charles Gandy an
nexed the feature jumping number, the
hunting team event. This trio rode
horses from the Van Cleave stable. Sec
ond and third place ribbons were also
won by the Van Cleave entries.
Tonight's program features the free-
for-all open jumping event-
Thursday night's results:
Claaa 15. combination three -gai ted Tint.
Confidence, Misa Maud Stock Banks, Corina,
CaL: second. Sir Sidney. Mrs. Wayne W. Eerea.
taooma; third. Winkum, Misa C. W. Flanders.
Portland; fourth. Mabel Beads, IL 8. Burnham.
Colorado epnngi, Colo.
Class S, aportimr tandem First, Daisy and
Mats, Matt MrDoucaU, Portland; second. Pro
hibition , and Moderation. James M. McCleaT.
Victoria. B. C ; third, Harry Karon and Duch
ess, Miss Helen West, Portland; fourth. Bounder
and Mate. K. U cacuao. Pasadena.
Class 22, combination fire-gaited, 12 entries
First. HiMare, Mrs. Wayna W. Keyes, Ta
ooma; seeooov fjocnetxe, .11. Lt, JnguB, Pasa
dena: third. Joan Sawyer. Georac . Prammer.
Seattle: fourth, Tarna Denmark, Mrs. Hilda Mo-
Class 17. ladies' and gentlemen's pairs', three
raited, 28 antries First, Sir Sidney and Mate,
Mrs. Wayna W. Keyea. Taroma; second. Tommy
Lad and Mata. R. 1. English. Pasadena; third.
Mabel Reade and Mata, H. 8. Burnham, Colo
rado Springs, Colo.; fourth. Alio K. Dara and
Mate, Mrs. Kuth W. t;iemens, Medford. Or.
Class 26. middleweight hunters. 10 entriea
First, Bonnie Gal, Walter Bporle Jr., Edmon
ton. Alta. : second. Ladv Camrthell. James Ma.
Cleare. Victoria. B. C; third. Prohibition. Jamea
Mci ieTe, viciona. a. t;. ; fourth. Drift, B, I
Class 24. tbe gentlemen's cup, best gentleman
rider for the Pacific International Livestock Ex
position cup Cup and blue ribbon won by
It. B. Burnham. Colorado Springs, Colo.; red
ribbon won by C. H. Leadbetter. Portland; white
ribbon .won by Jack McDoueall. Portland.
Claw 81. hunting teams, three abreast over
hnrdlea First Indian Prinoess, Indian Maid and
rnncess, James McCleate, victoria, B. C; sec
ond, Lsdy Campbell. Black Prince and Modera
tion. James McCleaTe. Victoria, B. C. ; third.
Blarney Stone, Prohibition and Victory. Jamea
McCleaTe, Victoria, B. C. ; fourth. Bounder and
states, u. I.. Kogusn, Pasadena.
Runabont horses. IS entries.
Liahtweieht hunters orer four hurdles sad a
post and rail jump, 10 entries.
Gentlemen's three-gaited saddle horses, 24 en-
Driring competition, sii in-hand.
Ladies' three-gaited saddle horns, 23 en
tries. Consolation fiTe-gaited saddle horses for non
Open-to-all jumpers for beat performance otct
six jumps, tour brush hurdles, 4 feet; post and
rail, -4 feet, and in-and-out, 3 fee 8 inches.
renormanca only to count. 24 entries.
NEW YORK. Nov. 19. (0. P.) Ben
ny Leonard, lightweight champion,
stopped Eddie Kelly in the fifth round
of a scheduled 10 round bout Wednesday
nignt. Alter Kelly , had been floored
twice by left hooks to the Jaw, Referee
Jack Kelly stepped between the men and
waved Leonard to his corner. Kelly had
to be carried to the chair.
Sacramento, CaL, Nov. 19. (U. P.)
Ed "Spec" Baime8. San Francisco, and
Babe Herman, Sacramento, feather
weights, meet here tonight. Sammy Gor
don, Portland, and California Joe Lynch
will also be on the card. Baby Blue and
Portland Jimmy . Duffy, bantams, will
TSK Goldendale, Wash., American Le
gion football team wants a game
with some Portland aggregation for
Thanksgiving day at Goldendale. H. C
Peterson is handling; the arrangements
and he Would like to hear immediately
from Columbia Park. Multnomah Guard
or some other eleven that will put. up
a, good match.
The Jackson Park 12-pound football
team has Thanksgiving day as an open
date. The Juniors would like to take a
trip on that day and any out-of-town
contingent tipping the scales within five
pounds of the Portlandera is requested
to get in touch with the manager at
2S6 Morrison street or telephone Mar
Thomas H. Gawley, chairman of the
athletic council of the independent col
leges of Oregon, has called a meeting: of
the council at his office in the Toung
Men's Christian association building Sat
urday, November 27, for the purpose of
discuaaina; the track and baseball season
of 192L McMlnnville college, Philomath
college, ' Albany college and Pacific uni
versity of Forest Grove 1 are expected
to have representatives smiong those
Ted Thye, wrestling Instructor of the
Multnomah Amateur Athletic club, and
Ad Garlock have been named wrestling
and boxing Instructors respectively for
the Heed college physical education de
partment. Thye's new duties will not
interfere with his classes at the Winged
"M" institution inasmuch as he has
planned to bold the Reed classes each
Tuesday afternoon between 4 o'clock
and 6 o'clock.
Ten minutes of overtime had to be
played before the United States National
bank basketball team defeated the
Northwestern National quintet, 9 to 7,
in the .second night's play of the Port
land Bankers' league, staged in the
Y. M. C. A. gymnasium. At the end of
the first five minutes overtime period
the count stood 6 to 6. Ladd Sc. Tilton
won from the First National, 16 to 10.
Cambridge England, Nov. 19. The
United States women s hockey team
played its first game on this side of
the Atlantic against the Girton-Newn-ham
women. The visitors won, 4 to 3,
and it was exciting throughout. .
Announcement is made that M. W.
Bartlett of Philadelphia has become as
sistant to T. H. Gawley, physical di
rector of the Portland Young Men's
Christian association. Bartlett will
coach the students' basketball team as
well as instruct in swimming and gym
Harvard vs. Tale at New Haren.
Dartmouth tb. Brown at Boston.
Pennsylvania vs. Columbia at New York.
Syracuse vs. Colgata at Syracuse.
Army ts. Colby at West Point.
Vtrf vs. George Washington at Annapolis,
Amherst vs. Williams at Amherst.
Wesleyan vs. Berwdoia at Brunswick, Maine.
New York university vs. Stevens at Hobo ken.
Fordhass vs. Muhlenberg at Fordhaaa.
Boston college vs. Marietta at Boston.
Georgetown vs. Waahinaton and Lea at Wash
Holy crow vs. New Hampshire State at Wor
Lafayetta vs. Lehigh at Easton.
I'niaa vs. Hamilton at Schenectady.
West Virginia vs. Bethany at Morgantown. !
Carnegie Tech vs. Washington and Jefferson
at Pittsburg .
Oregon vs. O. A. C. at Co rr all is.
Illinois vs. Ohio State at TJrbana. '
Minnesota vs. Michigan at Minneapolis.
Iowa Bute vs. Iowa at Ames.
California vs. Stanford at Berkeley.
Chicago vs. Wisconsin at Chics go.
Deniaon vs. Kanyon at Newark
Heidelberg vs. Western Reserve at Tiffin.
Montana vs. Idaho at Missoula.
Nebraska vs. Michigan Aggiea at Lincoln.
Northwestern vs. Notre Dam at K fans ton.
Ohio university vs. Akron at Athens.
- Purdue vs. Indiana at Lafayette.
Woostec vs. OUarbain at Wooster.
Centra vs. Virginia Poly at Louisville.
Florida vs Stetson at Gainesville.
Georgia vs. ai.K.wm at Atlanta.
South Carolina va. Newbury at Columbia.
Tennessee vs. Mississippi at Memphis.
Transylvania, vs. Georgetown at Laxingtoa.
Trio of Cue Stars
Tied in Title Race
Chicago, Nov. 19. (U. P.) Alfred de
Oro stood tied with
John Dalr for first nlaA in thA
three-cushion billiard championship
De Oro went into a tie by his victory
over joe capron.
Other results were :
Charlev Mnrln nf CY
Otis of New York, Augie Kiecklioffer of
t-mcago aeieated Jess Lean of Denver,
Pierre Maupome of Milwaukee won
xrom ougn weal of Toronto.
This season's thoroughbred racing
season in New York city and vicinity
tracks included 144 days' racing, the
purses footing up 11.689,407.
By -Jack- Veloek,
Intrnational News Sports Editor.
"VTEW YORK, Nov. 19. I. N. &J
1 1 More than a score of the country's
biggest football elevens will swing into
action in important games tomorrow.
The last big Saturday schedule of a
banner season is studied with Attractive
contests, every one of which will be wit
nessed by enormous crowds. '
The shrill blast of the referee's whistle
will set Yale and Harvard in motion at
New Haven in the biggest game of the
day, with a crowd of 80,000 persons
Harvard is a strong favorite to win.
but Yale supporters are confident that
the big Crimson team will know it has
been to a football game before twilight
shadows start playing around the big
MAifY BIG GAMES
The championship of the "Big Ten
will hang in the balance when Ohio
State and Illinois collide at Urbana.
In addition to these games the con
tests between Dartmouth and Brown at
Boston, Minnesota and Michigan at
Minneapolis, Notre Dame and North
western at Evanston, Nebraska and the
Michigan Aggies at Lincoln. Purdue and
Indiana at Lafayette, Syracuse and Col
gate at Syracuse, - and Columbia and
Pennsylvania at Polo Grounds will be
watched with the keenest interest.
The performances o many players
who are making strong bids for all
American- honors this fall will attract as
much -.interest as the outcome of the
various games and, all In all, it looks
like the banner Saturday of a brilliant
The Yale-Harvard clash will be the
thirty-ninth between these teams. The
Blue and Crimson first met on tbe foot
ball gridiron in 1875 and Yale, for a
sweep of two decades a mighty power in
the football world, has 23 victories to
her credit, out of this number. Harvard
has beaten Yale only 10 times and five
games were ties.
From alt " indications Harvard will
chalk up her eleventh victory over the
Blue on Yale bowl though many critics
doubt that the Crimson can defeat the
Bulldog- by the convincing" margin that
Princeton piled up. .
In Boston tomorrow two games of un
usual interest will be played when Dart
mouth meets Brown and Boston college
takes on Marietta. The last mentioned
team is coached by Karle Neale, out
fielder of the Cincinnati Reds. It is
dubbed the "Center of 1919" because of
its fine playing. The Michigan Aggies
are among Marietta's victims.
Willard's Uncle Is
Kansas City, 7kv. 19. (U. P. Jack
Britton. welterweight champion, was an
easy winner in his 10-round mill here
Iant night against Morris Lux of Kansas
Oskee! Wow! Wow!
Zip! Boom! Bee!
o. a. c. vs. u. pro.
2:30 P. M., Saturday, November 20
See the big game of the season; the clever oricinal stunts between
halves. .Hear tike familiar college yells. Enjoy it all from O A f
stadium, just completed. V : ,us
Reverved teats on sale at Spalding's, Broadway at Alder.
Red Electric Cars
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Stops en route at Newberg, McMinnville and Independence
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v JOHN M. SCOfT.
General Passenger Afent.
Tiger Star to Yanks
New Tork. Nov. 19. (I. , s.) Busi
ness Manager Ed Barrow of the Yankees
will tour the South next week in search
of a training camp. The Tanks are
thinking of going to Louisiana this year,
but may invade Texas. Manager Miller
Huggins announced the first Yankee deal
of the winter the purchase of Inflelder
Jack Mitchell from the Vernon club of
the Pacific Coast league. .
Salem, Nov. 19. Ezra R. Willard,
uncle of big Jess Willard of pugilistic
fame, ex-bartender, ex-pugilist, ex
ranger, is now a Salem resident wrest
ling dishes at a local eating house for a
In spite of his 73 years and his num
erous "ex's" the uncle of the well known
"pug" is still a hearty individual and
evidences of the days when he too was
able to make his mark in the squared
circle are still visible in his appear
ance, although he admits that his last
appearance in the prize ring was in 1892
when he participated in a bout at Mos
Willard came to Salem from Spokane
but is unable to give any satisfactory
explanation' as to where he intends to
go from here.
Eeed College Will
Play Pacific Team
Reed's eleven . will leave Saturday
morning for Forest Grove where they
conclude the Intercollegiate football sea
son in a contest with Pacific university.
While Coach Harry Dortnan refused to
announce the lineop, i; it will likely
be: Hamilton, quarterback; Stone and
Steffen, halfbacks; Vincent, fullback;
Kehrli and Brockway, ends ; Graham and
Belch, tackles ; Benson and II. Houston,
guards, and Smyth, center.
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A total of 1830 horses are entered In
the national horse show at Madison
Square Garden, New York city, No
vember 15 to 20. !
Ring Body Sanctions
Heavyweight Bou i
New York, Kov.'lf (L N. S. Sanc
tion of the proposed Dempsey-Brennan
bemt at Madison Square Garden De
cember 14, by the-3jew York boxinl
commission, caused the world's heavy
weight champion to pitch into training 14
earnest today. Dempsey has been dolnd
light work aboard the naval training
ship Granite State, awaiting action by
the commission. The match has .bees
made for many weeks. It was post
poned several . times pending official
sanction. Dempsey's match with Bren
nan will be his second since winning the
world's title. A few months ago hi
knocked out Billy Mlske at Bentoa
Harbor, Mich. . . ' , .
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Hazelwood Picnic Cake
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