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THE. OREGON. DAILY JOURNAL, -PORTLAND. - OREGON
SATURDAY; " NOVEMBERS, 1521.
Everett Football Team, Gaii: Victory in Gonteat With Columbia Univeirsity Eleven
C)MPl.aCTTNQ two forward passes
(hat took Ihrlr opponent by lr.
prise, ths- mwh ' heralded Everett
(Wuh.) national scholastic champion
turned what appeared to b certain . le
vtsi at inr nanus vi uuiumDin uni
versity team Into a glorious 14 to 10
victory on Msllnomah field.
With the score id to T In Columbia's
'favor- at the end of the third period and
the prep srhools battling like a bunch
of collegians, chances did not appear
bright, but the Washing-ton invaders
pulled the unexpected and were returned
victorious In fhetr first same in Oregon.
DEFEJftK CHCMfLKS '
, Kverett received the kkkoff after Co
lumbia had taken the lead through afe
Lsllan's field foal and gained nine yard
In two downs.
At the outset of the final period Ever
ett was ptmaliand 16 yards foe hold
ing." This forced a punt and Wilson
rmmm tliraueh with a rraat boot, the
ball rolling out' of bounds on Columbia's j ard team play this year,
ABERDEEN. Wash Nov. 5. three
members of the Aberdeen Trap-
shooters' association, Dr. H. C Wat
kins, Hoquiam ; D. W. , Fleet, Monte-
sano. and O. C. Tucker. Aberdeen, are
among the trapshooters- what shot' at
more than SOO targets during the past
season. Watkin led th Harbor list
with an average- of JtiZt per cent. He
shot at 1216 birds and hit 08,; which
places him among th leaders of the
The Columbians punted a the second
dawn to Everett's 35-yard Una when,
after a line plunge, Carlson was on the
receiving end of a long pass and fetched
Columbia's 10-yard line before being
downed. On the next play Kverett was
penalised It yards again for holding
but this did not daunt the spirit of the
Invaders, and Kau, charging around
his own team's right end, pulled a pass
from the arr and raced to Columbia's
goal line, being tackled Just as he
crossed the line.
Brltt converted and Columbia made a
desperate attempt to score but Hs ef
forts' at the aertal game went for
naught and a last resort Schudmerlch
tried n onstde kl but the play went
wrong when one at Columbia's pfayers
who was not onnlde fell on the ball with
ens of the onstde men close at his heels.
Harvard Is .
Engulf ed in
rmwal Service Staff Coiraapoauiaat
NEW YORK, Nov. 5. An upheaval
unique in modern football history
has engulfed Harvard in throes of civil
warfare. The dignity. of the authorities
and undergraduates seems to have been
offended by hostile demonstrations of
crowds which have watched the Har-
WAl BKNKATIONAL OAMH
The game was of the sensational vari
ety, but was marred by pumerous Den
sities, Kverett being penalised 11 times
for a total of 1X0 yards, for oftatde and
hotting, while Columbia suffered two
penalties for holding. Considerable time
it taken out by players being hurt.
' Quarter (Jutormson of Everett had his
shoulders badly hurt at the start of the
Everett started with a strong of
fensive but their march was stopped,
when Johnson Intercepted a pass. Schul
wtsrlch dashed through Everett's line for
It yards, but Columbia suffered a 15
yard penalty. The prep scholar made
yardage again but were stepped byj
Kverett' defense, which sobred Colum
bia's shift and Hchulmerlch attempted
I make a place kick but th ball went,
Wilson mad a 10-yard gain through
tackle, but another Intercepted pas
halted their march a th quarter ended.
In the second quarter, after an ex
change of punts Columbia wa penalised
1 yards when Everett's safety was
' tackled In making a fair catch. This
nut th ball on Columbia's IT-yard line
and Wilson by a beautiful off -tackle
buck carried the ball to the 12-yard line.
Here Kverett was penalised again for
offside hut In th neat play Wilson
broke through the aarne hole again' for
' IT yard and a touchdown.
CHI LX ERICH SCORES
At the tr. of th third period Co-1
lumbla completed two passe and then
. tried an onstd kick, but failed. Everett
punted out to their JO-y'M line and
- fk-.hulmerlch In two down carried the
ball to- Everett" 14-yard line. ' On th
peat play,. Schulmcrlch went over for
the tying touchdown. Captain Dwyer
Columbia received a break shortly
after the kkkoff when an Kverett man
In an attempt to break up a pas
knocked the bait into the hand of
1 licks who ran 40 yards to Kverett 10-
' yard line. Columbia was held on the
first downs and lost t yard on a fum
ble when MoLsilsn dropped back and
made a place kick.
Then Kverett rim front with J for-
jrward puss attack, which won the game
and put them another utep nearer the
cOveted Northwest title.
for a bunch of prep scoolers. these
youngster's - sure did know how to
tackle, flrhulmerlch the big SOO-pound
tar of the Columbia was unKtorrpabt
during J he early part of the game, but
Harvard men. It appears, have become
extremely unpopular in Boston and
Boston, asserts Its hostility to Harvard's
football enterprise by rooting against
the crimson team. Last Saturday some
thing In the nature of a riot immediately
icuowing in tne wake of Center's vrstory
Harvard undergrade accuse, graduates of
other sol leges taking courses at Har
vard of precipitating the disorder.
The writer is informed by one .eloee
tc the heart of things at athletic Cam
bridge that fraternities still exercise al
most absolute control over th .makeup
f the football, team and crew and that
as result of this the student tody is
split Into a small aristocracy and a large
The main antipathy to Harvard in a
football way, however, consists of Har
vard's disregard of the public demand
that players be numbered a policy to
which Harvard has adhered, while Yale
and Princeton and Almost every -other
institution in the East has submitted
Harvard's trouble, we are informed, is
deeprooted and ancient, and nothing but
a volcanic upheaval will effect a cure
nd reestabllahmant of the crimsons pop
u:amy with the public at large..
With a shifted line-up that Is expected
to bring out mer speed In the backfield
and a determination to fight .for their
alma mater, the Oregon football eleven
Is ready for the referee s signal to start
their annual fight against the Washing
ton State college Cougars at Pullman
This game will " have no bearing " on
the conference race, unless the dope
bucket Is kicked over and the Cougars
trampled upon by Huntington's re-
The Pullman team has been whipped
Into good condition for the game by Gua
The other Coast .conference game to
day is between Washington and Stan
ford.. The Cardinals . are favored to
win, and although Bagshaw's eleven is
not in the best of .condition owing to the
crippled condition,, of six. first string
men, the Sun Dodgers are expected to
put forth a hard battle.
According to theope Stanford should
win easily, as It defeated the Oregon
Aggies 14 to 7, following C A. C's 21
to 0 victory over the Sun Dodgers.
INDOOR SPORTS 4-
0. A, C. Track Squad
Starts Fall Training
Oregon Agricultural College', CorvaHi.
Nov. 6. Fall traok practlc under the
direction of "Dad" Bytler Is the program
of the day for more thatv SO track as
pirants. Th men are practicing to' get
In training for the spring meets.
Thi should be a wonderful year In
track." said "Dad" Butler. "Oreiron.
Washington and ourselves should have
great track teams."
Men who are turning out for fall
track practice are; Captain Sook.
Swan, Dodge, Wa4kr, Hooting, Dol
ton. Draper. Kellog, Sims, Swarthout,
Cook. Htona. Connett. Sterns, Osborn.
Gearhardt and many others. Track men
who are on the varsity football team are
Jessuy, Day, Richert and Taggart
BEAR COACH SMILES, BUT
HESDERSOy, V. S. C, IS GLOOMT
Berkeley, CaL, Jiov. 5. (U. P.) The
smile of Andy Smith chased the gloom
of Gus Henderson from the sky earty
today, yielding bright sunshine for the
Calif ornia-University of Southern Cali
fornia football game this afternoon.
Smith, California's coach, was frank
ly happy at the prospect of meeting the
Trojans this afternoon. He expected
his team to win and was ready to tell
th wortd. about.lt. He admitted It would
be a fight, however.
Henderson, as is his custom, was as
sad as a -bartender during the first week
Of prohibition. That is, he said he wa.
He couldn't see a chance for his team.
His sorrow almost brought tears.
The Trojans, who are playing their
first game outside of the Sunny South
land today, worked hard tq the last mlrw
ut. They went through a grilling prac
tice late yesterday.
The Bears, typical of their confidence-
In victory, took a very strenuous atrto
mobile ride, rolling as fast as 20 miles
an hour over paved road.
Advance sale of tickets gav prom
tee of a big crowd.
LRXBAt,G WAKT8 CAME
Goldendale. Wash., Nov. 5. The
Goldendale Athletic association football
team, composed of . former college and
high school, players, would like to ar- Bquad thl year
range- a game
for Armistice day at
Oregon Aggies to
Have Strong Team
For X Country Run
f Kir.O N AGRICULTURAL. OOt-
J LEGE, Corvallis. Nov. 5. Things
look fair for a 'winning cross-country
team, aecordmg to Ralph Coleman,
coach. Fifteen men are practicing every
nitrht for the annual cross-country meet
with the University of Oregon. Orego
has won only one meet . since the sport
vas adopted by the two institutions and
that was two years ago. The meet is an
snnual affair run off before the Ore
gon-Aggle football game.
The Aggie hopes In cross-country
dioppad whan "Chuck" Wright broke hi
leg. Wright was considered one of the
strongest contenders for a place on the
team. Sims is the only member of last
year's cross-country team out for th
Other men who are
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Everett finally braced after solving the
Columbia shift, and -held him.
Arrangements were made Friday
wherehy the "Washington team. Portland
tnterscholastic champions will play the
Everett team at Everett, Thanksgiving
The lineup and summary--.
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A. (utormaon ....
(3. OutormaoB ....
Score bf suarten
Polumhia 10 0 10
Errrrtt T 0 7 14
Substitutions: Colombia M eMail en tor
Tooiier. OrtfflB for Brhulmerich. McLellan for
Kenny, Scbuliserirlt for fftn. Martin for Joha
aon. KTarati Dmdai for G. Uutonoaon. Man
fr for McNeil.
OfficUla Sam Dnlan. O. A. C, refere: BUI
glacis, Otscon, umpira; Tad faulk, Wasuiacton,
showing bp well ar Dodge, Walker.
Mack, Graves and Saunders. There are
no star out for the team according to
More than 250 men are running in the
intramural cross-country contest. These
men run th college course of miles
twice a week. Competition is keen as
ftve organizations are grouped at the
top with chances of winning th contest.
Waukenna' elufc leads with 155 points
followed by Theta Delta Nu, 1J ; Kappa
Delta Sigma, 158; Alpha Sigma Phi. 162.
and Delta Kappa, 151. There arc 32 or
Tne 10 men making the best time for
the z4 mil course are Hawley, 11:07
Baunders. 11 :08 : Hobart. 11 :S2 ; Daniels,
11 :38: Leonard, 11:40; Gearhardt, 11:42:
Gist. 11 :44 r Baker, 11 :45 ; Fertttns, 11 :
and Olson, 11:41.
Says He's Making
Coin in Ring Game
(By TJnitsd News)
NEW. YORK, Nov. 6. "I'm making
mnnAV fill tVia l-ftma ovul -a-ix ,AAalvf
""""is "s aaaia a.u I1J 1CiCIC1
is going to handle my aFfaira.'
untti Monaay, wnerr ha wtn file a
formal reply is th state supreme court
here, thta will stand as the answer Of
ueorge JU, better known as "Te" Rlck-
ard, the world famous promoter of cham
pionship pnze eights, to the petition of
Frank C, Armstrong that Klckard be
required to show cauM Why hi
should not be placed in- a receiver's
Armstrong is a Broadway broker. He
and Rlckard hve been- having trouble
for some tim over a claim, for an in
terest in the Madison Square. Garden
fight club. Rickard claimed tD be the
sole, owner of the club, "although he is
associated in a business way with John
Rlngling, the circus man, who -was Bald
to have furnished much of the backing
for the Dempsey-Carpentier Tight.
; "Some 'people saw that I was makugg
good at the garden and earning good
money there," said Rickard. "Imme
diately they tried to find some excuse
for declaring themselves in as partners.
But LJiava no partners and you can tll
the world that Tex Rickard isn t broke.'
Frank C. Armstrong named William
W. Armstrong, president of the National
Copper bank of Salt XiJ& City, -Utah.
SACRAMENTO. CaX. Nov. l-tU. P.)
lieo Matlock, San Francisco middle
weight, w as robbed when a decision 'was
given Kid Reese, local negro, over him.
after they battled the four hardest
rounds ever traveled In a scrap here.
Both punched hard and fast, both, were
knocked glassy and recovered, and both
went at it so hard that the referee was
injured in separating theni. The crowd
voted It a rattling good draw. Sailor
Hughes acd Billy Gibbs. Oakland negro,
went to a draw, as did Jimmy Roche
and Pete paley apd Tobey Miller and
Kid Leo. Eddie Odeal gently droooed
himself in his first round with Tony
Gregory, Eddi Curry knocked out Kid
MyBtery la th first and Kid Lee Yost
to Johnny McQulr on a foul.
as one of the creditors whose interests
demand the appointment of a receiver. '
Rickard said in reply that anyone with
a "legitimate claim" might obtain pay
ment as other creditors do.
San Francisto. Nov. B. tU. P.)
Henry Borba. and Johnny Burns fought
a four-round draw at Dreamland rink
here last night One of th thre judges
inougnt Burns had the best ot it
Other results were: Marty Burrfian
and Red TrVyijams, draw; Pick. Wallace,
decision over Frank Prry ; Edfli Whit
and Jo Lynch, draw; Alex Trastoff,
decision over Frankie Thurston; Art
Emery, . decision over Frankie Bradley ;
Frank! domes and Eddie Brew a, draw.
MOHYICH FAVORED TO
Baltimore. Nov. 5. U. N. R Mor
vich was a pronounced favorite to vin
the Plmllco futurity, which carries a
money value of J50.000, here this after
noon. Thirteen colts and fillies are
OREGON MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS!
f a i milium 'l'l''''',''l''t'W ISWIIUniaiaiuiSWHlWH
Ohehalis to Play
Hoquiam 11 Today
Hoquiam, .Wash., Nov. 5. With two
wins and no eHfteats. Chehalls high
school leads all other schools in the
football pennant race of the Southwest
Washington league, Hoquiam, with one
win and a tie game, ranks second. Cen
tralis is the only team which has not
won a gain.
Hoquiam and Cheh'alis, the only unde
feated teams in the league, will clash
at Chehalis Saturday, while Aberdeen
and Montesano play at Aberdeen.
Hoquiam ........... 2
Montaeata , .,.,.... S
Olympia . 4
Fall River, Mass., Nov. 8. (U. P.
Bobble Dyson of New Bedford was
given a close decision over Al Walker,
Pacific coast bantam, Jn a fast 10-round
bout here last night It was a slam
bang bout from start to finish- Dyson's
rally in the ninth and tenth rounds
earned him the award.
Aberdeen, Wash.. Nov. 5. Al Qrunan,
Los Angeles Hghtwelght who has
drawn packed crowds in Tacorna hag
been signed to appear at the Eagles'
smoker to be held in this city Novem
Charles Weinert Is
Given Beating in
Bout With H.Greb
By West brook Prgler
United Pren Surf Correspondent
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN. New
York, .Nov. 5. Harry Greb, only a
middleweight, but chuck full of can
tankerous cusaedneas, took on Charley
Welnert Adonis of the Jersey cabarets,
in this old wagon shed Friday night.
gave away IS pounds in weight, con
ceded one foot In height and handed out
one glorious 15-round lambasting at the
nd of which even th judge agreed on
Greb aa th winner.
Greb, weighing only 161 pounds, could
have won his fight without resort to
hraga knuckles, but. for some reaaon he
out loos with every shady .practice
known to the ring except kicking. He
putted, held on, heeled with his gloves
and rammed hia thumbs so dssp into
Weinerfs eyes that you looked for
them to come poking out of Charley's
ears most any time.
The bout was one of a series of elim
ination scraps to choose a light-heavy
disputant for Tom Gibbon's American
Qreb smashed Welnert with a left and
right in the first round and the as
tonished Welnert found the floor sud
denly yanked from under his feet
Charley got up at "four" and Greb
backed off for the assassination, but
the bell rang and Welnert was saved.
From then on, however, Greb made a
joke of Welnert H smashed him with
verythjng in th book and If Welnert
bore reputation for quitting, he earned
a new title to gam en ess before th final
bell ended his torture and he groped
with bloody vision toward his corner.
XoiiBg. Rob Pitsaimmon en a deci
sion over Fay Keiser. Eddie O Hare
defeated Hugh Wafkef.
Results of Frtqar a ram
dalles a"lli . Csa.
fTlHB ma are-op of trt Portland Boxing; .
X Commission card to b bald ceil
Wednesday nlfnt Is still la doubt -
Harry Hienea. the commission match
maker, I endeavoring to sign Morgan
Jones, th Tacma lightweight, for the
10-round main event with Frank Farren.
Archie Stoy and Toting Kara Lang-ford
win meet in th -rtnd neml-windup.
This should be a r silling good contest.
as Stoy Is a mixer from start to finish .
and Langiord has oftentlm demon
strated his ability to pi esse th fana.
Frankie Brltt. T scorns featherweight.
will tangls with Jimmy Cole. Canadian
featherweight battler. This will be th
first appearance of either of these boy
In Portland .
Two other bout will complete th
The announcement that Harry Wills,
th giant colored heavyweight who Is
regarded by many who have seen him
In action a bring on a par with Jack
Demoeey. the title holder, is to box at
the Mllwaukl Boxlpg Commission
arena November II against Tnvr
Ed" Martin, has created much Interest
among the fistic fans.
Wills is feet 3 inches tail and weighs
In the neighborhood of 2Z0 pounds. Mar
tin is just as big as Wills, but th in
vader will have an advantage In that
ha is but Z3 years old. IS years younger
At Sao. Or. Scie I. Browmvills T.
At Kewmrt. B. L IT. &. K. Wmnil 31.
U. H, B, pels! .
M Creaham Hood Hirer 14. Orasham .
At,Froaer. Wash. Kenntwick 4, Proeeer 0. j
The Dalles, Nov. 5. Playing an ag
gressive game throughout and outweigh
ing The Dalles. Vancouver high took the
football game here Friday afternoon by
the score of 1 to I. Vane surer scored
in the first and fourth quarters with
touchdowns, wall th homo tsarr-scored
with a drop kick from trt go-yard lia
in the second quarter. Th Vaaoouver
team displayed a spectacular asrial
gam, the ball being advanood frequent
ly with this attack, while on of th
touchdown .was an a farward pass
thrown across Th Dalles roal line and
retrieved by a Vancouver end. Van
couver' last touchdown was on a 15-
yard run through tackle.
TCTtKKY SHOOT IS BILLED
Harrlsburg, Or., Nov. 5. The Rod and
Gun club, which renenCy organised
hare, has filed article of incorporation
and Is going Into the affair with both
feet on the ground. They have em
ployed a man to keep Intruder off their
leased grounds, and Frank Pendergast
was elected flld capudn at a rsosnt
meeting. One trf the events which they
propose to stage al an early dat la a
Thanksgiving shoot which will be held
nar town. If ther is enough Interest
the choot will be oontmued at regular
BATES DOCK BLDG
Faints and Varnish
N. E. Cor. 2d and Taylor
Fiwss th Oarg Cssi plats factory n th Emtlr Kerthwt
McINTOSH ICE MACHINE CO.
t9 THTJKMAH T.
Pendleton Woolen Mills
Indian Robe. Steamer Kugs.'Bath Rob
as. Auto Kooea
Portland Furniture Mfg. Co.
1 Maker sf
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' rCRJUTUKK sad MATTBKsoES
U4tltst Slaeadani asas
Mala H.'U.is .
Wlndowt, Door, Glass
a ad AO Klada ad Ospetmg a
Flak Bra. Cospsn Worka
lit rrat Kal ilt.v
a rMUctsajs Asyetlslag CihJllt
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; Knight Packing Co.
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Maltnomah Trunk & Baa Co.
Whole sis Mtr. of Trunks Suite,
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FACS AMD UITU BRIOK A SPECIALTV
Mad in Portland
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M1 H cast woiiaiioa aa.mrftAao.
a. NtrscbhMht. v afawa a
CLARKE COUNTY IHBS WORKS
LI and Msssy Farshaa
t-l K. th 8 Csawst ot slsssta
P. SHARKEY & SON
Lone Straw Hone Collars
EAST OAS AMB WMIO A VI.
V!. Xt. Pet
3 O 1.000
1 0 1.000
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Chicago, Nov. 6. Pal Moore, Memphis
bantamweight, bested Karl Puryear In a
one-round contest here Friday night.
The open house smoker staged at the
B. B. club Friday night was a success.
Six boxing feouts, although billed as ex
hibitions brought, forth a lot ot action.
Qumt Loses Star
Washington State College, Pullman, '
Xor. S. Richard" Ciaria of Spokane, on
of the two basketball letter men back
in college this year, was announced
today aa ineligible for a place on th
team -on- account of his having regis-
terea too late, college rulings in regard
to lata registratioB bars his par Uci pa
tron rn basket barl contests. Thta- 1 nates
Captain Jack Frisi the only letterman
veteran with which to start practte.
The first turnout was held Tuesday
night when 30 men reported. Prospect
were made poorer when it was found
that several of last year's frosh who
were being counted on strongly for the
varsity material this season, were inelV-4
ael on account of poor scholastic stand
Oregon Frosh Will
Play Ghemawa Today
University of Oregon. Nov, 6. The
drubbing which the Oregon frosh got at
Seattle from th Washirerow frosh last
Saturday did them good, according to
Campos' sport fans. They have been
fighting hard this week to et rn shape
for the game with Chemawa. Saturday,
and it is thought that their chances for
victory are -mors than good.
The gang is- stTU green land as yet so
real stars have developed. The star
which shdne most W4ghtly tn the contest
with Mount Angel had their glim doused
by the northerners and Coaches Wil
liams and JJrandenberg will probably try
something nw as a pleasant surprise for
GOAL &ECOKD IS MADB
Th goal th Blackburn Rovers, on
of the famous English soccer teams.
scored in a recent gams with Aston Villa
brought their total points to 1000. sine
ta institution or the; English league.
Only three other clubs have passed thi
mark, namely: Aston Vina, it57; Ever
ton, 1135, and Sunderland. 1133-
Whitman Grid Team
Loses Another Star
Pendleton, Nov. 5. The Pendleton
high school football eleven found easy
going against the Athena team and won
Fkiday, 4T to 7. The game consisted
largely of Pendleton rushes to the goal
line. In the last period ' darkness fell
and Athena was able to put over her
only score. FtlU Kramer, Pendleton
left halfback, was th luminary of to
2UW GOlF PBO AT ABEKZEw
Aberdeen. Wash.. Nov. 5. Earl U.
Dean, recently golf professional of the
rmeor Cowtry club. Chicago, has
taken up the dulls as professional of
the Gray Harbor Country cfcrb. Mr.
Dean comes with 11 years' axpsrisnc
In professional work. B. B. Brook, who
has been in charge, of the Grays Harbor
coarse and caddies for nearly flv years.
expect to Iev soon wuh his family foe
their former horn in England.
It tire Trie w.w - w i
OPEX ETESIiGS t
IITH AS D BCBksiDE -
Hoop Shooters Draw
Big Salaries in N. Y.
Nsw York, .Nov. 5 U. P. Basket'
ball players in New York are making
more money than th stars of the Giants'
and Tanks. The Celtic. Manhattan's
greatest professional team, baa a pay.
roll of US.OOO a month for nine players.
Individuals draw- salaries from $1400 to 1
f?000 per" rflonyi- They are under con
tract for six months, which makes the
"lean winter mofitha" "worth from fSMO'
to $12,000 to them, ..The players are not
allowed to play with any other clubs,
i a " " "
Portland' Girl Is
Honored at 0. A. C.
Oregon Agricultural College. Corvallis,
Nov. B. RulK 'Ferguson of POrHAfSiJ wa
elected prestdewfof-the Ptiystctrt Educa
tion club. Other officers ar Mary
Bayne of Salem, vice Bresident. s.nd
Edith Weed of Beaverton, secretary.
This club consists of all women students
iieclansinar in physical education. - ...
i Frvs dollars has been offered to "the
writer of tfts best physical education
song- By" the" stair, of that " ttepartfflenf:
The song must neither be- extremely
jazzy: nor classical, but mast Strike thJ
Whitman College, Walla Walla. Wash.
Nov. 6. Hard luck seems to be camp,
ing on the trail of . the Whitman college
lootoaii eleven tms tall, as it was
learned today that Herman Leander.
ten ena, wiu be out of the game for the
rest of the season with a broken ankle,
received in the Whitman-Montana game
at AUsaoua. last Saturday. Launder I
the second Missionary player that Coach
"Nig" Borleake has lost this season with
a broken leg. Art Walther of -Spokane
center, navmg een out since tne open
lng game of the season against Mult
nomah at Portland.
A.G0JE. CO'EH APPOINTED
Oregon Agricultural College, Corvalli.
Nov. I. Xta Axte. '21. has rscslfed an
excellent position that of nhysical edu
cation director and principal-of th high
sehoot t Arago, Miss Agee was -prominent
In women's athletics while at the
college. She was on ths varsity basket
ball team, and , member of Delta Psl
Kappji, honorary physical education fra
ternity. She is Uttrodualng physical edu
cation work tn the high 'School, and Is
building up her own department
HOCXET 8EABOH BATES BET
Vancouver, B. C. Nov. Th Pa
cific coast hockey season "will open De
esmssF; . - Ths SsaUis sod Vaneou-
ver teams will play the first game- The
teams will each play 12 games.
THBEE SOCCEB GAJfER BILLED
Three soccer game are scheduled to
rbe played Sunday. The Honeynutn
team will play the Clan Maolsay outfit
on the Franklin bowl at 11 o clock
m., and at the same time the Canadian
Veteran will play th Cameron at Co
lumbia park. At 2 :30 o'clock p. rn. th
BsTunsula team will mset the Kama ag'
srrsgation, whieh was admitted to Um
P. 8. Y. A. last Monday night.
An American team 6f four boy golfers
to England next summer Is among
the possibilities in international sports.
UTt KB STAB iO GKT PLiXS
Of the lawn tennis players who repre-
i sented foreign nations tn th .Davis cop.
(ournament, it. is pro ds Die. oniy lcmya
Kumagae of Japan will find a place on
the -American- nattoriar tennis -ranlCtng.
He has been a, resident of New York
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