The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, November 06, 1921, Page 3, Image 3

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U. OF IN. ra
Invaders Unable to Make
Gains Through Washing
ton's Airtight Line
Cardinals Once in Striking
Distance of Goal,
But Triple Fails
SEATTLE. N6v! 5. Stanford
university and University of
Washington football elevens
fought through four scoreless.
Bard contested periods to a 0 to
O Ue at Washington stadium hero
The battle was nip and tuck In
the flm two periods, with Wash
ington having a shade the best
of It through the superior punt
ing of Johnny Wilson and: the
fact that the Cardinals were! un
able to make telling gains through
Washington's line, which sheld
like a stone wall. n the third
and fourth periods Stanford
brought the forward pass into
effect, and in three offensives
penetrated the Hun Dodger dan
ger line. j
Once, in the third period, after
Schlaudeman had gained 15 yards
on a twisting run around right
end, Wilcox bucked another 10
through the Sun Dodger line to
the seven-yard mark. Washing
ton held and Wilson was udahle
to boot the ball far uptield out of
danger. In the fourth period a
series of long passes, SehUude
raan to Wilcox and Schlaudeman
to Pershinp, carried the ball to
Washington's nine-yard line land
Hetts received a pass in the on!
zone. Ue was declared inelig
ible, however, as the ball went
out 20 yards. A few moments
later the Cardinals got within
striking distance of the goalj but
a triple pass behind the line
failed and Wilson sent the ball
in a long spiral to midfield.
rThjere it stayed until the jlast
whistle sounded. Schlandeman,
Wilcox and Patrick were sensa
tional stars for Stanford, Awhile
Wilson. Eckman and Green were
Sun Dodger" premier ground gain
ers. An analysis of the play shows
that Stanford completed four out
of 13 attempted passes for a to
tal gain of 41 yards, while Wash
ington completed three 'for 2"
yards in all. Stanford made first
downs 12 times with total yard
age of 141. Washington mad.;
first downs six times for a total
gain of 122 yards. Thq lineup:
Stanford Washington
Mertz le .Wilson
Carter It .Ingram
Betts lg ........ Rogge
De Groot c ... .Langhorm
Faville rg Hobi
Ludeke rt .Tinling
Pershing re Galligan
Woodward qb Hall
Schlaudeman ....In ......Green
Doughty rh . . . . .Ecknan
Doughty dh ..Eckman (c)
Patrick c i . . . f b Quas.s
Score by periods
Stanford ... o 0 0 0 0
Washington .... 0 0 0 0 0
Substitute: Stanford. Wilcox
for Woodward; Hey for Wilson;
Campbell for Betts.
Washington: Clark for In
Referee: George Varnell, Spo
kane; umpire, E. E. Perkins, Ta-
coma; head linesman A. C. Wood
ward, Tacoma.
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Buster Brown Shoe Store ex-
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tends an invitation to the
children to a free show at the
Grand Theatre Tuesday,
November 8th at 4:30 p. m.
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Production Still' 13 Percent
Below Normal in West
Coast Mills-
Lumber orders for coastwise,
overseas and intercoastal delivery
continue to gain in volume; while
business for rail delivery shows a
failing off.
These features are particularly
emphasized in the trade barome
ter of West Coast Lumbermen s
association for the week ending
October 29, wherein, after tour
very active buying weeks, new
business,' at 104 mills, dropped
back to 64,223,559 feet, of which
27,203.559 feet, or 42 per cent
was taken for cargo delivery, with
17,841,059 goine coastwise
and intercoastal, and 9,36Z,50U
feet export.
Production was 68,532.925
feet, or 13 per cent below normal
Shipments totaieov bJ,ta,oio
feet, which was 5 per cent above
new business and about 1 per cent
below production.
Business for rail delivery total
ed 1.234 cars, rail shipments 1615
cars, leaving an unshipped balance
in the rail trade of 3,195 cars
as against a normal unshipped
balance in this de nartment of
12 000 pars. Shinments bv xail
foflthe week exceeded orders or
rail delivery by 11.430.000 feet.'
In the-car ro trade coastwise
and intercoastal clearances total
ed 11,514,778 feet, while overseas
clearances totaled 7,773,898 feet,
lea vine an unshipped balance in
'the domestic trade of 92,141,516
feet, and in the export trade 68,
575.452 feet.
Permanent waves are content'
nlated bv hairdressers for men
The preliminary crimp will bo
furnished by the bill. "
- Announcing An Exclusive Agency for
The W. W. Moore Music House has purchased; the Piano Department of
this store formerly controlled by Mr. W. M. Cherrinkton, and -takes pleas
ure in announcing that it now operates a complete music house with a
lull line of
iiush & Lane Upright, Grand, Player and Re
producing Pianos, together with a Representa
tion of Victor and Farrand Pianos manu
factured by. the Hush & Lane Piano Co-
d-niiese! Instruments are numbered
among America's great Pianos. In
fact there are no better Pianos
maae, no matter what the price..
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W. S. G. TIE
Rally by University Players
in Last Five Minutes
Saves Loss of Game
nPlTft five minutes after the
Hi 11 II I'1, Niclltls t'iing 1,11
ULH I U i on a criss-cross play
a game opn-'ond goal before the first period
o ball across ; closed.
The Tro-
The second period was score-
jans ioiffa j oy maKing invir us ,n lJle ,hird Nichols made a
uni-iournoawn on a .ever enss- 4-.varU rua for CaiUornia'a third
cross in which throe backs hand-1 1 .-. .,.i viir
j HHl the ball. other touchdown on a buck
Morrison maio California. sec- thruuh tarkle. In this period al
io Toomey ent rer a drop kick.
Califocnia'a last touchdown came
in the fourth period when. ftr
worfcing- the ball to te on-yrd
line. Nichols nent over. ;
Statesman Bring Results
P. & C, Defeated in Berke-i
ley Game With Score j
Standing 38 to 7 ;
Action Open With Frequent
Fumbles Detracting from
Quality of Contest
PULL.MAN. Wash.. Nov. f.
The University of Oregonootba!!
team, with a great rallv in the
last few minutes of today's gtime.
snatched victory from Washing
ton State collese and tied the
score at 7 to 7.
Oregon made a good fight dur
ing the first period, out Wash
ington State demonstrated super
iority in the second and third,
having scored touchdown and a
goal in the second period. Line
plunges featured the lirst halt
of the game, while both teams re
sorted In the second half to opeu
The Oregon come-back occurred
in the last five minutes of the
game .when Johnson, Oregon sub
stitute) halfback, found a weaK
spot in the center of the Cougar
line and hammered a hole for
Chapman to go over the goal Generally speaking, the play
v.'as slow and open and fumbles
were plentiful throughout tne
game. Zaepfel. Jenne and Sand
berg were individual stars lor
Washington State, while Johnson
and Chapman appeared as bril
liant spot9 in Oregon's lineup.
Howard (c) . . re
Leslie It
A. Shields. . . . lg
Callison c
S. Shields rg ..... McKay
Vonderahe rt .... Dunton
Brown re ...... Hickey
Chapman q Skaddan
King lh ...... Zaepfel
Grame rh Jenne
Latham t .. Moran
Score by periods:
Oregon .. 0 0 0 77
Washington State.. .0 7 0 0 7
Oregon scoring Touchdown,
Chapman; goal from touchdown
Washington scoring Touch
down, Moran; goal from touch
down, Skaddan.
Substitutes Oregon: Johnson
for Grame; Washington Davis
for Durrwachter; Mclvor for bKa
(tan;'Sax for Zgepfel. ;
Referee Sam Dolan, Notre
Dame; umpire. Sam Moyer,
Franklin and Marshall; head
linesman. A. Hinderman, Lawr
ence college. Time of periods 1&
BERKELEY. Cal.. Nov.
'"nivensity of California turmtl
back a football invasion from
south of the Tehachapi here today
by winning from the University oi
Southern California S8 to 7. It
was the first defeat for the Tro
jans in two seasons.
Kxcept for a part or the first
period the Trojans were out
classed. After making their touch
down in that quarter, which tied
the score, they were dangerous at
no time.
Both teams used many open
.. . nil h in : uuei ueii-t-n
NIsbet and Leadingham was a
.. J" " me uears nati a
flight advantage.
California made its first score
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We haye the largest stock of high grade shoes in the city and we are putting them on the market at
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Mr. Cherrington who is well known in the community i will remain with this
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Included in our complete music line nrc ctrolas, Sonqra phonographs,
phonograph records, player rolls, sheet music and aj small goods depart
ment which includes the Famous line of Holton-Bind Instruments, the
finest in America. - i r " ' '
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415 Ccurt Street -.-v. v;.v4'Phoae'9Sf
CHICAGO. Nov. i 5. Ohio
State's football eleven today rout
ed the University of Chicago
team, conqueror of 'Princeton and
Colorado, by a 7 to score in a
game which for sheer brilliancy
of play the victors has never
equalled on Stagg field.
The contest left Ohio State,
Wisconsin and Ohio cirtually the
only contenders for the western
conference championship. The
Ohioans failed to get the ball be
yond their own 4')-jard line in the
first two quarters, but held back
and finally wore down the Mar
oons. ,
Three thousan I Ohio stats root
ers verbally backing their team to
tne limit, tonight paraded through
the town chanting pralsy of Cap
tain "Truck" Meyer? end, who
shifted to fullback on a fake pi
and wrigpled through Chicago's
line for 12 yards an a touchdown.
Princeton 10, Harvard 3
PRINCETON, N. J.; Nov. 5.
Princeton defeated Harvard 1"
to 3 today in tve ot the most
thrilling and spextnetlnr games
played by these teams. More
than 50,000 rootor.s wore present-
The elevens battle for three
periods without a score. Then
as darkness neard. the Crimson
team took the lead on a field goal
only to be overtaken shortly af
ter by a Princet m touchdown, the
result of a long run. Not satisfied
with the slight advantage the Ti
gers made the victory sure by add
ing a placement goal. The defeat
was Harvard's first by a Prince
ton team since 1911.
Princeton's victory breaks a tie
between the two teams that has
existed for two years,! in 1914
the teams played a 10 to 10 tie
and last year scored 14 points. The
two teams have played: 23 games
of which Princeton has von 12 j
and Harvard 8. Hires games re-1
suited in ties.
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Notre Dame 2ft, Army O
WEST POINT. N. Y.,1 Not. 5.
Forward passes that sailed over
the scrimmage line only after the
Notre Dame backfield had toyed
with the ball, gave a aparkU to
day to their 28 1o 0 triamph over
the army elevea. Hi irfvaaing
team crushed the cadet Hug per
Nebraska 10. Pittst.Urjrh O
PITTSBURGH. 5$ov. j 5 The
University of Nebraska! came out
of the west" today, invaded the
lair of the Panthers and by weight
crushed the University! of Pitts
hnrgh gTidiron team. The Corn
hfuskers outweighing j the Pitt
players man for man, iplayed a
wonderful driving game tnd won
10 to 0. Pitt never i seriously
threatened the westerners.
William E. Crow has! been duly
seated as the successor to Senator
Knox. This is not the fold Crow
so much In evidence in other.days.
He is inite another bird. They
ar: aot to--.'--?&W.- This
Crow may be known by! his cause.
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.Men's Dress Shoes
Men's New Florsheim Dress Shoes, just arrived; brown
' r black. The latest styles. (fQ nr
. :$10 to $12 grades, go at PO3
Men's Brown English Dress Shoes, a number of styles to
pick from. $10 to $12 AT
grades to close ojit 4. P D
Men's High Top Boots, brown; regular $10 grades; just
arrived. A new line. frf
Go on sale at ,
Men's 16-inch Black Kip High Top Boots, the best $15
boot in the market. A A
To elose out PlU3D
Men's 10 and 12-inch Loggers, double soles. The best
$12 and $15 boots M A AT
to be had; go at $8.95 to PlUD
Boys' High Top Boots, brown or black, with two buckles,
'a regular $7 boot, all sizes. J J QC
To close out at j $rxD
Ladies' Dress Shoes
Odd lot, all styles Ladies' Dress
To close out, up to $10
grades, go at - r.
Shoes, brown and black.
Ladies' Heavy Service Shoes, a good value at $ti; both
in brown elk and black gun metal. 1 cQ AT
While they last, go at
Ladies' Comfort Shoes, the best $6 grades; every pair
guaranteed. With and without t
heels. While they
last, go at
ps. Low and medium
Ladies' $10 Brown Klk High To Boots IC-inch tops.
l'ek style; a goou titter. j . r7 CjH
To lo?fe out at i : V
Ladies' New Brown Sport Oxfords, all sizes; just'Brrived.
A liigh grade $1), Oxford.
To go in this sale at
Ladies' new Black Two-Strap
newest thing on the market. A
A good value at $8. This sale
Women's Brown Calf Lace Cubarj Heel Shoes, a high
Boys' $4.50 and $5 Blak Lace Shoes, to close out .the
entire line. See them in the tf0 AC
Bargain Basement at
Men's Black Calf Work S
limited liumber
o pairs to go at .
, a good: $6 value, onlv a
.. $3.95
grade $7 dress shoes. Sale in b
While they last go at
, just arrived. The
goes at.
ack calf.
Women's Brown Calf Dress Shoes, !both with straight tip
and wing tip. Cuban or military heel. .( Q
An extra good value at $9. Toigo at.
Ballet, Dancing Slippers, all sizes; for women tf0 CA
and children. Black or white kiL $2 to V"
Repair Work at the New Prices
' Men's Half Soles $1.50; women's soles $1. We use the highest grade leather obtainable and high
grade workmanship. Rubber Heels, WINGF00T, PANTHER, SPRINGSTEP CATSPAW, any make of
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