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SALEM HIGH SCHOOL
SQUIRE EDGEGATE-Sot i c This h, oidm Dav
BY LOUIS RICHARD
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Score is 6 to 3 in Close Con
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Made by Kicks -
WINS FROM ALBANY
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Captain Frank Brown, left and Frank Reinhart, right,
two, Salem high school players who did good workn gama
with Albany yesterday. , , ' ... ;. : : a v rr .x
t Salem high school is welLalong on the next lap in the
race for the state interscholastic championship by1 defeating
Albany high school,; 19 to 6, on Willamette field, Friday af-.
ternoon. : ; . . 1 ;:.".' ,
It loeked like a Salem victory in, the .first kickoff and
the first few plays. F Salem had rushed the ball almost across
the line, when Laubner, Albany, got through on a fluke and
made a 98-yard run for a touchdown. It looked like heart
failure for Salem Albany failed to kick the placement goal,
but the score rwa3 6 to 0. ,
Salem scored in the second quarter, when Lillegrer, the
Indian halfback, shot through for a touchdown., II anybody
wonders whether that Lillegren can play, he has only to see
him' at work. They have to make them bigger to be any
better. ,' v Li. --i a-a a!' ;r- - ; . ;
Whl!c Albany" was always able
to make occasional braces', and at
times hold Salem to " a- punt for
fft.'ety, Salem usually gained
steadily' on straight line-bucking.
' : Adolph Kicking Counts ,-;
In the third quarjer Salem was
twice," able to get the. ball within
eary place-kicking I range, and
Adolph shot them oter like shoot
ing -fish in a bowl.! The quarter
closed with the score 12 to ft In
, Salen,V favor. ; ; ;V . ;-.,
Adolph . scored a j touchdown
aod gca! in "the "fourth , quarter,
makln? the score 13 to T5. NO
other scoring was done. .
doubt plays a better finished team
gamfc.J They have 13 letter men
on their squad, and most of the
teanj Tiave been together two or
three years., Several ot the team
werej In, the last game the two
teams played two years ago, when
Albany walloped Salem 39 to 0.
TheyVay together remarkably
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. ' Salem Indivldaais Ilest
i Salem, (however, without doubt
has jlae better individual materi
al; some of It . is new for this
yearj Jbut , It is all mighty good.
The playing of Brown, Salem
quarterback, was one of the pret
tiest sights reen.on a Salem-football
p field In yean. He showed
good generalship,, he caught every
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rone .of the many punts that tame
to him. and he ran the ball like
a wizzard. Adolph came near
meeting his match for puntigg, In
the doughty Laubner of Albany,
bat Adolph Is the heavier, strong
er line man, and his three suc
cessful place kicks 'oat of four
trials marks him as a star kicker.
V Salem Breaks Line
Sa4em. broke throglr the line
twice and blocked Laubner s
kicks, securing the ball. The Al
bany line, though game and. well
trained,, could. not always stop the
locfl runners. It was jnore of a
kicking .'game' than any other
played In Salem for years. Salem
had rather the best 6f the returns,
Reinhart .and -Ringle, 'the Salem
ends, being -well ahead of the Al
bany pal 'on ' getting down the
field. Reinhart in going down the
field on one pant was thrown by
two Albany Interferers, and then
stopped the runner with the foall
only about a 15-yard run back.
Salem showed lack of individ
ual experience in being penalized
for holding three 15-yard penal
ties being imposed. It is the new
man who - holds, or plays rough.
He hasn't learned the game. Al
bany lort considerable yardage on
off side plays.
- Weight Difference Small
: The Impression Is that the Sa
lem team was the heavier though
nobody believed - the . statement
that Albany weighs only 155 for
the line, and., 139 for tbe back
field. They have too many husky
lads for such a weight.
.Post at half and ; Patterson in
the line,; made some great plays.
There was no weak spot In the
Salem line, and certainly none In
the fcackf ield. A little more ex
perience will bring the line into
a closed unit.
Veil Queen Efficient
Albany sent the. finest little
yell queen in Oregon high school
history in the person of Miss Jos-t-phlne
Ralston. Albany '2 J. Be
tween yells she "rooted like 'Dad
watching his boy make a star
play." v .; ,. . --,. ' "
The Albany supporters played
an All-America yell game under
her direction, one of the fine tea.
tnres of ' the game. Those boys
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PEXDL.ETON, Ore.. Oct. 20.
(Special to The Statesman.) The
University of Oregon . football
team defeated the Whitman Col
lege eleven here this afternoon 6
to 3 in a hard fought Contest." the
outcome of which was uncertain
unt'.l the finafl whistle blew.
Two place kicks by quarter
back Chapman of Marshfield, one
in the first quarter from the 25-
yard line and the other from the
38-yard line In the third quar
ter, netted Oregon's points.
Whitman scored in the second
quarter when Tilton drop-kicked
from the 25-yard line. Two other
attempts, one in the last three
minutes of play from the 30-yard
line failed. ,
Both teams made first downs
seven times and were evenly
matched in all departments of
play. . ,?
-Whitman was on Oregon's five-
yard line once but Oregon fight
kept the Missionaries from scop
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Five thousand people saw the
PENDLETON. Ore.. Oct. 20;
The University of Oregon squeez
ed out a victory over Whitman
college. Walla Walla, Wash., to
day by one of the smallest mar
gins possible in football. The
score was Orecon 6. Whitman 3.
Two place kicks were made! by
Oregon, one each in the first-and
third quarters, to one dropkick by
Whitman in the second period.
Oregon Positions Whitman
McKeown . . .
J. Shields. , .
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Von der Ahe.
Chapman . ; .
. . Rowe
Substitutions: First half, Ore
gon-A. Shields for . Parsons;
Reed, for McKeown;. Second half r
Oregon Parsons for A. Shields,
A. Shields for Reed, Callison for
Byler. Whitman, second half
Boyd-for Ratchford, Morelock for
Boyd, Walton for Rowe. !'
Officials Sam Dolan' referee:
Plowden Stott. umpire: William
Holden. head linesman.
certainly did their best to win for
her. j -.
f The team line-ups were:
Stein re Rinsrln
Groshong rt.... Patterson
Cox rg Coffey
Stellmacher c... Hamilton
Patterson .. lg Ausman
Urhammer It.... Townsehd
Roliey le Reinhart
Bilyeu .q Brown
Pitman ..rh. . . . Lillegren
Doty lb..;.. Post
Laubner . . full Adolph
Substitutes: Waller for Cox;
Allen for Stein, Albany; Moor
man for Townsend; TownSend for
Officers: "Cac" Hubbard, O. A.
&. referee;, Zeller, Willamette,
umpire; "Brick" Hagedorn. O. A.
C, head linesman.
Pendleton, ore., t)ct. 20.
More than 300,000 bushels of
wheat have been purchased by lo
cal 'grain dealers In tbe past four
days, despite the slight falling in
of the market. All brought a net
price Of better than $1 a 'bushel.
LICENSED TO MARRY
. I George. IL.Serg, of Shaw, and
Elsie Spellbrink, of Macleay, were
issued a marriage license Friday
from 'the , office of the county
Little Trouble- Expected
Defeating Team from
wriamette has a near-game of
football today on Sweetland field.
Lin field college has come "back
onto the gridiron this year, after
being off football for a number
of years. They have veryJittle
football tradition, and not Srery
much practical experience at the
game. They were limited to. two
real games this year. Whatever
else they take on is merely a
practice game and that's what
this Is. The Linfleld lads, how
ever", are said to have some good
The Bearcats have a very light
schedule for the early part of the
season. Outside of their game
with Oregon they have had no
actual combat, and Linfield to
day and , Chemawa next Saturday
are the nearest events on their
schedule. Thcv hnv. their men in
good condition, and in the .Oregon
game they had practically all the
good luck. They had only one
man hurt, Moore, while Oregon
had almost half its team more or
less reriously injured where the
Bearcats bri3-.e'l up to taen.
A crowd of Salem Y.M.C.A.
hoys are to gather at-Uhe 'JL,
building and march In a bodyto
see the game.
The game is open to all comers.
co admission fee being charged.
OPEN HOUSE HELD
Enjoyable Event at Y.M.C.A.
Fostered by Univer
An "Open House" was held at
the Salem Y. M. C. A. last night,
by the Y. M. C. A. department of
WiKamette university, ; to which
all the men of the university were
invited. More than 100 attend
ed. A fine gymnasium program was
presented, with aNvaijied assort
ment of association 1 sports. A
general go-as-you-please handball
game was open to everybody, after
which the specialized contests
were staged. Ransom Chapin and
CClarenoe Oliver put on a wrest
ling match, two falls, which was
won by Chapin. Two boxing
matches were presented between
Edward Warren and Johnny Med-
Ier, and Ed. Edwards and Harold
Banta, which were refereed by J.
Garhln nf KimhaH Snhnnl nf The
ology, Instructor in boxing in the
Y. The boxing department is one
of the most popular divisions in
the Y. curriculum. Fancy tum
bling was put on by Lesttle Sparks
former Willamette star athlete
and now assistant coach in foot
ball, and Everett Lisle staged
wme fancy bar work of a "high or
der. Following the gymnasium
games. Physical Director R. R.
Boardman took charge of the
sports in the swimming pool. A
number of diving, swimming and
ether aquatic events were pre
sented. Earlier in the evening refresh
ments were served on the recep
tion floor by a group of the col
lege Y. W. C. A. girls.
Roy Skeen, president, of the
university Y, and Leon Jennison,
chairman of the social committee,
were the executive heads of the
. ADA, Ohio, Oct. 20 -A review
of the accomplishments of the pro
hibition enforcement branch o
the government and a plea to con
tinue Republicans in power, con
stitute main parts of an address
here tonight by Federal Prohibi
tion Commissioner. Roy A. Haynes-
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Defendant in Wife Murder
Trial WiH Defend Him
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SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 20.
Henry Wilkens, on trial for the
murder of his wife, Mrs. Anna
Wilkens, will take the stand Mon
day in "his own defense, his attor
ney, Frank J. Murphy, announced
at the close ef today's court ses
sion. There will be no session
tomorrow. Murphy said he ex
pected to clone his case Tuesday.
Today was devoted to attempts
by, the defense to show Wilken's
movements on May 31, the day
after the holdup in which Mrs.
Wilkens was killed, an affair
which the prosecution contends
was prearranged between WI!-kens-
and Walter and Arthur Cas
tor. The latter, the prosecution's
main witness testified that h
called on Wilkens at the latter's
garage May 31, but Charles
Wheeler, a neighbor, who took
charge of the establish aent - for
ri-Veral days afiet the flay.ng,
said today that Wilkens CH no'
FIXAL SERVICE SUNDAY
Captain James Watson, Salva
tion army, is to hold his last
services ip Jalera Sunday night at
8 o'clock, at the army headquar
ters on State street. He is to
leave next week to accept his new
post as chaplain of the federal
prison at McNeil's island, near Ta
coma. He will live in Tacoma for
a time, traveling to and from the
island each day by boat, until the
government gets a cottage buiit
tor his home near his work. Wat
son has been so successful in his
work in the Oregon State peniten
tiary, where he has a class of 40
members in his "Brighter Days"
league, several of them having be
come converted to Christianity un
der his personal ministration, that
the government reached out and
offered him the far bigger, more
responsible job at McNeil's island.
FOOTBALL RESULTS j
At Granville, Ohio Denison.
20; Wittenberg, 27.
At Pendleton University of
Oregon, 6; Whitman college, 3.
At Wilmington, Ohio Wilm.
ington 31; Kentucky Wesleyan,
At College Station Texas Ag
gies, 47; Louiiana State Univer
At Moscow Washington State
.College.- 18; University of Idaho,
At Dallas Austin College, 10;
Southern Methodist University, 7.
At Fairfie!d, la Parsons Col
lege. 12; Carthage college 0
At University Place Nebraska
Wesleyan, 32; Doane, Q.
t At . Bethany Coiner, 13; Hast
ings College; 6. ,
CENTER TO DAY
Prayirjg Colonels from Ken
tucky and Crimson Being
Watched by Sportdom
NEVVj YORK, Oct. 20 (By The
Associated Press) Intersectional
games again will add zest to the
week-end football piay in the east
tomorrow. Harvard will meet Cen
ter college for the third and last
time at Cambridge; Princeton
tackles Maryland at Princeton;
i the Navy has eGorgia Tech as its
opponent at Annapolis; Syracuse
faces Pittsburg at Syracuse and
Georgetown will mingle with
Fordhain in this city.
Outstanding among the purely
sectional contests of the day will
be Cofnell-Colgate at Ithaca;
Yale-wliams at New Haven;
Pennsylvania vs. Swarthmore at
Philadelphia; Brown vs. Lehigh
at eBthfehem; Dartmouth vs. Ver
mont ai Hanover and Army vs.
New Hampshire State at West
Of cSief interest, perhaps, to
the average lollower of the au
tumn sgort will be the struggle
in the larvard ftadium between,
the Praing Colonels from Ken-v
tucky ad the orthodox but well
trained i Crimson players. With
each institution credited with one
victory in the games of the past
two years, the struggle will prob
ably brfak the standing tie and
finish a! climax tp the series, for
under tHe new triangular agree
ment recently entered into by
Yale, Harvard and Princeton, in
tersectional Rnies appear to be
a thing of the past.
The navy will throw an unus
ually heavy and powerful team
against Georgia Tech and while
the Middies are not far advanced
along the football trail their
poundage and drive should prove
an imposing obstacle to a Geor
I . Clost- Ga in: KxHctrd
Princeton will meet Maryland,
which lost to Pennsylvania a weei
ago 12 to 0.
Two close games appear certain
when Syracuse fares Pittsburgh
and Cornell lines up against Col
gate. Pittsburgh has already lost
to Lafayette and West Virginia in
bitterly contested games. Syra
cuse showed a ctrong offensive
against Brown a week ago but
nullified it by careless handling
of the ball.
CoCrnell under the ccliing of
Dobie, is again piling up impres
sive Bcores,! having collected a to
tal of close; to 200 points in three
games. Tbe Hamilton team show-f
ed surprising power against
Princeton, outplaying th Tigers
during a majox. portion of their
game last Saturday.
The law and charity are much
alike they both cover a multi
tude of gins.
IS. G. WINS
Score is 18 to 9 With Losers
Outbattling Winners in
Most of Game
MOSCOW, Idaho, Oct. 20
Washington State College defeat
ed the. University of Idaho at foot
ball here this afternoon IS to 9
winning by two touchdowns made
In the fourth period. A blocked
Idaho punt with recovery by W.
S. C- gave the ball to the ' Cou
gars at the opening of the period.
Bray, on the fourth down, went
over- one. foot for a touchdown
Idaho opened an alrial attack.
Hickey caught a forward pass and.
raced 25 yards for "the touch
down and fil score Of the game..
The game was Idaho's until the
fourth period! Kleffner made a
touchdown 1 for Idaho in the first
three minutes of play. Vesser,
Idaho had recovered a Cougar
rumble on W. S. Ss 35 yard line.
Straight football with Brown and
Kletfneri carrying the ball put
over the touchdown. Kleffner
failed tq kick goal. In the same
period, j Wheeler place kicked
from the 33 yard line giving W.
S. C. three .points.
play for thq second period in
midfield. Idaho carried the ball
to the 28-yard line, where W. S.
C. stiffened. Husen,' Idaho,
dropped back to the 35 yard line,
place kicking three more points
for Idaho. Wheeler's sensation
al fifty yard run threatened the
Idaho goal, but the Vandals took
the ball "on their own five-yard
line. Brown, Idaho captain, re
ceived a; bad pass, and was tackl
ed behind the line for a safety.
Kle'fner and Captain Brown
were Idaho offensive stars, while
Hickey, jWheeler and Dunton
starred for W. S, C.
Lineup anud summary
W. S. C.
le ... .Sanberg
It . . . .Shannon
lg .F. Davis
c .... .Fraser
rg . Durrwachter
Cobley . . .
Kline . .;. .
Goff . , . . .
Vesser . .
Stivers , .
. . . .Trygrvl
. . . J. Davis
. . Alexander
. . .f . Zaepf el
. . . .Wheeler
Score by period
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3 2 0 1318
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Kleffner; goal irom field, ' Un
pen. '.VV: .. 0 1 , ','
. W. S. Q scoring", touchdowns,
Bray, llickey; Point from try a
ter touchdown. Hlckey; ' safety, -Wheeler,
t Referee,. Varnell I (Chi- ,
cago); umpire. Mulligan, (Gon- I
raga) ; Head - linesman, ' HInda-
man, (Grinnel));. time of periods.
15 minutes each. - - 2
Substitutions:'; Idaho 11.' Bre
shears for Kinnlson; Kinnison for t
Breshears; Qalnn f or ; Vohs. W
S. C.--Hickey for Alexander,:
Bray for Wheeler.
Richard Mutcahy Refuses :
to Prevent Deportations
i DUBLIN, Oct 20. (By? The
A'ssociated 'Press)- Richard Mai
cahy, minister of defense, refused
In the Dail Eireann today, an ap
peal made to him hy George Ga
van Dut'y for assurance that Ir
ish; prisoners would not bv de
ported to' St.r Helena or 'some,
other place where - the British
navy would be requested to pre
vent their escape. . Mr.- Mulcahy
refused also to name ,tha place of
deportation. . k
William Cosfirove.i president of
the Dail Eireann, described the
Irish military situation as "well
In hand and improving dally". " '
"I have no doubt whatever ai
to the ultimate result." he de
clared. ' "All that Is wanted Is for
thepeople to forget there it any"
interruption of, normal conditions
and get back to work.V
With the openmg of the foot
ball season it will, simply be Im
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housework done,' 1 '
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