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SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 12. 1922
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
Here, There and Everywhere
U. OF 0. DEFEATS WSC
13 TO 0 IN
EUGENE, Ore., Nov, 11. After being outplayed in the
first quarter the Oregon team came back strong in the sec
r.nH norirvl of their erame with Washington State College and
launched a powerful attack that wound up across the Wash
ington State goal line. The" Lemon-Yellows scored again in the
final period and the final count was Oregon 13; W. S. C. 0.
Throughout the rest of the game the Lemon-Yellows const-
enJLly outplayed trie visitors ana inougn me uuis
formidable in the first period the Oregon goal line was never
in danger from the opening of the second quarter.
v Qnce the attack got under way
the Oregon backs marched stead
ily through the Cougar line, i The
Lemon-r Yellow varsltj made 242
I yard from scrimmage against 127
for the TiHltonr and 13 first down
I against five for "Washington State.
.Four of the Cougars' first
! downs were made in the Initial
; period and after that their offen
'Vsive remained but a latent threaj,
I In the third period , Oregon took,
; be ball on the 45-yard line od an
';. exchange of punts and marched It
rtralght to the Pullman goal only
Tto be turned back within the fire
u yard line and 'four downs to go.
The Webfooters scored their final
i touchdown when the fourth quar
, tier opened with ball in Oregon's
. poHsesslon on the five yard line,
k Chapman smashing over on the
first play, " ;
" ' With1 lees than two minutes to
i go the Cougars unleashed a des
'i perate aerial attack but it was un
ruccessful and twice Oregon Intcr
j', cepted Cougar passes, losing it the
' first time on an attempt to lor
U ward pass themselves. The -game
ended with the ball In Oregon's
J! possession in f Washington Ute
SATURDAY FOOTBALL SCORES
Football' Results i
Trinity. 14; Columbus, 0.
it - Kansas Aggies, .12 Ames; 0. -V-U
Akronr 1$;. Heidelberg, Oi . ; r
, Lombard, 12; Depauw, 0. r"
Northwestern, 24; Purdue, 13. ,
v. v Richmond U., 45; Lynchburg
i College. 0.
I King College, 64 J MlUlgan, 0. :
; I ;Clemson, 18; Citadel, 0. V 4
' i V, of Tennessee, 41; Mississippi
A, and IS., 3. ,ry -'.
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backs tearing off steady yardage
Linkup and Summary
Oitcon (13) To. W.S.C. (O)
.L.E.. . . Sandberg
A. Shields. .
Reed (c) . . .
F. Shields. .
Von der Abe.
Chapman .r. .
W. JohnEon .
. C Burkes
R.T.. . Dunton (c)
.R.E. . Kramer
. Q. .. , J. Davis
.L.IT. .... HIckey
. F.B .- WheeleT
Oregon Gram for Johnson;
Byler for Reed; Reed for Byler.
W. S. C.". Purcel for Meeker;
Bray for Wheeler; Crow for
Burkes; Tryggvi for Kramer;
Meeker for Purcell; Wheeler for
Bray; Wetiel for A. Davis; Cook
for J, Davis ; Alexander for Hick
ey. . ' . ,r , '
t Scoring Toucliuowns: kfflg.
Chapman; from try arter touch
Officials Sam Dolan, O.A. C,
referee; Hindermair Spokane, un
plre; Dorman, 'Washington? head"
Michigan Aggies, 6; Ohio Wes
leyan, 9. ,
; Buffalo, 13; Hobart, 28.
Franklin and Marshall, 19;
Muhlenberg. 6; Villa Nova, 16;
Fordham, 6; Colby, 6, (tie.)
Virginia, 6; Georgia, 6.
Freeman, 7; South Carolina 27.
Butler, 19; Depauw, 0.
; Wittenberg, 34; Otterbein, 7.
1 Iowa, 28; Minnesota, 14.
Rennsaeler 59; Worceeter Poly
0- . , -
Colgate, 40; Rochester, 0.
Albright, 0; West Maryland, 0.
Wooster, 53; Kenyon 0.
Amherst 41; Trinity, 0.
Wyoming, 0; Utah Aggies, 26.
Williams, 22; Wesleyan, 7.
University of Vermont 61; Nor
wich, 0. :;;'v . . .
1 Tulane, 6 ; Augurn, 1 9.
, Marquette, 6; North Dakota, 0.
: Florida, 58; Mississippi Col
Trinity, 3; Wakeforest. 0.
Davidson. 34; Wafford, 0.
Brown, 27; Bates, 12.
Boston University, 7; Provi
dence College, 0.
.'. A,llegheny, 49 Westminster, 0.
Centre, 27; Washington and
Uhlversi'ty of Montana, 7; Moa
tana State College. 6;
'Idaho Technical Institute, 108;
Gooding College, 0. v '
C611ege of Idaho, 23; Montana
Mines, 0. , , ,
Utah Aggies, 25; Wyoming. 0.
University of Idaho. 16;. Uni
versity of Utah, 0.
f Navy, 52; St, .Xavier, 9,
' Texas, 66; Southwestern, 0;
Vanderbilt. 9; Ken. State, 0.
Texas Aggies, 6; South Metho
dist University. 17.
' Rice, 31; Arkansas. 7.
Chicago, 14; Ohio State. 0.
Drake, 19; Colorado Aggies," 6.
In Your New
MORE HEAT - LESS FUEL
See It Before You Buy
FJJade in Salem
803 North Liberty
Walla Walla, i:; Everett, 2. cats waliopea wnneia nere in d
University of California. 45; n three weeks e'lbT- bat the
University of Washington. 7.
i-ni,.jv r.t ithr Palifor-
nta fi- Stanfz-.rH ft
r. , . w a n a
Olympic Club. 20; Multnomah
A. C, 0.
Yale 45, Maryland 12.
- Montana Wesleyan 6. Mount St.
University of California fresh
men. 34, Stanford freshmen 0.
University of California res
erves 18, Stanford reserves 0.
Oklahoma 18, Missouri 14.
Chattanooga 13, Mercer 6.
Columbia 17, Middlebury 6.
Illinois Wtsleyan 6, Millikin 0.
Ursinus 19, Penn Millitary 7.
Miami 20, Mount Union 6.
Georgetown 7, Georgia Tech 19.
Boxton college 33, Baylor 0.
Wabash 6, Washington and Jef
Virginia Poly. Institute 21.
North Carolina State 0.
. Massachusetts Ag?ies 12, Stev
Nevada 35, Whitman 7.
Colorado college 15, U. of Col
University of Detroit 13. Has
kell Indians 3.
North Carolina !. V. M.I. 7.
Holy Cross 17, Springfield Y. M.
C. A. 0.
John Hopkins S8, Drexel 0.
Bucknell 14, Lehigh 0.
Dennlson 22, U. of Cincinnati 0.
West Virginia 33. Indiana 0.
Morningside 22, Nebraska Wes
Lawrence College 30, Itipon 0.
New York University 7, City
College of New York 0.
Sewanee 21, Birmingham
Texas 66, Southwestern 0.
Ohio Northern 27, Western
Albion College 6, Elma 0.
University of South Dakota, 32,
Dakota' Wesleyan 0.
Kalamazoo College 21, Valpar
At Bellingham Whatcom high
38, Bremerton Union high, 0.
Pacific Univrsity 27; College of
Puget, Sound 0.
Arizona 20; St. Mary's 3.
University of South Dakota 32;
Dakota Wesleyan O.
Kalamazoo colleee 21; Valparai
so 15. ,
Score Is 39 to7 iji Massacre
i Staged on Enemy's'Field
There was once a missionary
who had a whole family of boys,
and he organized them into a
team to fight the powers of evil.
The littlest lad knew his own
limitations, and he delivered his
defy like this: "Lord. I ain't
very big. and if the -old devil has
to git after me I'd jest nachually
have to run; but if you'll send
only one of the little devils my
way I'll lick the everlastin' stuf
fin out of him!"
That's what the Linfield team
did the Bearcat Cubs at McMinn
ville, Saturday. The - second
team, frosh, scrubs, half-timers,
volunteers' who could be picked
up and classed as "little devils,"
went over there and got theirs a
plenty, 39 to 7. The big- Bear-
2S6 State St
Home Install a
Bearcat cuds lawea
It wasnt an iuc. enuer. u-u
!lDnr piayeu uric.
team showed a
game they seem to have developed
l&teadily all the season. Sticking
a man away oui on me euge
the Held, so far that the Bear
cat ends couldn't even see him.
the Linfield quarter, a wfzard
vbo throws the football almost
like a sharpshooter shoots his
rifle, would pass the ball to the
waiting end, and he'd pick U out
of the sky and race to a touch
down. They did th!s three times,
like clockwork. They made two
lucky, fluke 'plays by recovering
the ball on Willamette's missed
punts, and racing on through for
a touchdown and only one gen
ine, earned line-bucking score
was made out of their total of
Assistant Coach Lestle Sparks,
who accompanied, the sqnd to
McMinnville, says that the Lin
field team is makrng- a great
showing for this its first season
in football for 16 years, and that
they will be a formidable add
t'on to the college circles of the
Walla Walla High Defeats
Everett 14-2 on Gridiron
.WALLA WALLA, Wash.. Nov.
11. Walla Walla high school to
day defeated Everott high school
t-14 to 2 in football. Walla Walla
made its two touchdowns in the
first half. In the second half Ev
erett produced a better brand of
ball and secured two points on a
safety toy Walla Walla.
Walla Walla's scores came fol
lowing long returns of punts. Reed
running them back to the 15-yard
line. Jackey and Copeland then
carried them over by straight
football. The safety came when
Jackey was downed back of the
line behind his own goal mark.
NAVY 52, ST. XAVIER O
ANNAPOLIS, Md.. Nov. 11.
Outweighed by an average of. 12
pounds, St. Xavier college of Cin
cinnati put up a plucky game
against the Annapolis midshipmen
here today but went down to de
feat. 52 to 0, Navy invaded the
opposing goal line eight times, but
were successful In only half the
number of tries for points by way
of placement goal for scrimmage.
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BEATS H. H. A. IN
FOOTBALL 27 TO 0
Salem high school scored an
other one-sided victory Saturday
by beating the Hill Military acad
emy football team from Portland
by a score of 29 to 0
The Hill team didn't '"run out'"
on the game, but was cleariy out
played and overpowered. Luck
was with the visitors only once,
when a Hill runner got away on a
long pass to an end out so far
that the Salem tackier didn't see
him. and hie made 25 yards on a
single play. But this luck didn't
iast. The team lacked the driv
ing power to make sains on line
plays, and was never In sight of a
It would be interesting to nee
the Salem team meet Corvallis,
that beat them 3 to 0 a week ago,
and have the locals play as they
did yesterdy. They have organ-
Since its inception hack in '04 it . has
been the constant endeavor of the Offic
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only provide a safe place to deposit your
money but to render a service which
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On the basis of Security and Service
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ized for team work that they did
not show in the Corvallis game.
They have shirted the line-tfp po
that as it now stands' it should
stop most of the Corvallis Hne
drives and short end runs.
Post made two of the touch
downs in one of the fastest, most
spectacular games he has ever
played. Patterson, who was
brand-new In football this year,
played fullback, and made the
other two touchdowns with some
powerful line-bucking that would
look good in any kind of a game.
Lillegren played a star game,
making long and consistent gains.
The line was the best it has been
this year. The sad experience of
a week ago, when Corvallis
plowed through with distressing
ease, taught them where they
needed fixing and they fixed It.
Under U. 8. Gvtmiit BnpurrOlom
Ji Phone 362
Adolph made one good place -
ment goal kick, in 4be second
qurter. An interesting play 'came
in the fourth quarter, when after
a touchdown Salem put the ball
into play on the 10-yard line. nl
then, instead of kicking it for a
goal, Brown passed it to Rein
hart, end, for. another touchdown,
Reinhart finished tip his fourth
year of football, with this as the
first po'nt he has evr actually
made by carrying the- ball across.
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But In What You Get
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your own town and fits your suit right onto you will gie
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Tuesday, Nov. 14
Located on the Jim Emmett place which is on the
Spring Valley road, near Brush College school house
or SY2 miles northwest of Salem on Wallace road and
1 mile west of Wallace road on Spring Valley road..;
Horseg, Sheep, Hogs, Turkeyg, Ckcse, Hens, Wheat, -jrann
Machinery and Household Furniture as follows:
1 team of bay geldings, age 7 and 8, weight 3,300 a
pounds; 1 black gekling, age 7 years, 1,400 pounds 1
steel grey gelding, age 4 years, 1,400 pounds: 1 black
guern.-ey and holsfein cow, milking 3 gallons per day,
fresh in tebruary; 1 roan Durham cow, frenh about
December 1st; 1 heifer, 22 months old, in calf; 1 heifer,
1 year old; U sheep; 5 fat hogs; 15 turkeys; 6 geese;
Ilymouth Kock hens; 36 sacks prohibition wheat; 36 1
sacks howse wheat; 1 Mitchell wagon, new: 1 hay
. v '""pUC illicit vol
r,Iaf,e tDfenng mower, 5-ft. cut; nearly new; 1 graii
dn I ; 1 John Deere 14 disc, 18-inch disc size; 1 Olive
chill plow, No. 50; 1 Oliver chill plow. No. 40; 1 Jonl
Deere Cultivator; 1
m-is uouoie work harness, good; 1 8et double buggy
harness; 1 spray pump; 1 Fairbanks platform scale,'
COO lbs capacity, new; 1 single buggy; 1 barrel vine
gar; 1 cream separator; 2 cream cans, 5-gallon size;
small tools too numerous to mention. Some household
Free Sandwiches, Coffee, Cider
Terms All sums-of $20 and under cash; over that
amount time will be given to October 1, 1923 to
parties furnishing approved, bankable notes bearing
interest at 8 per ?ent per annum, except sheep, fat
hogs, turkeys, geese, hens and wheat, which will be
Mild for cash.
CHAS. C. DEMAEEST, Owner, Route 1, Box 116.
F. N. WOODRY, The Auctioneer,
Res- 1610 N. Summer St., Salem, Ore.
If you want an auction, phone or write me for date."
j He has played much at end. or ia
ttha backfield. hut nrlnr in v
- W ling
year Salem has never beea "4
heavy scoring team, 2S points fee
ing the largest score made ia any
game for years, and as-, 'they
passed the chances around so that
all the backs, especially those ho
were going out of school, wouij
have at least one honor,, Re'n
hart's time had never come, untlj
Saturday. ; ,y
RE.O. U.S. PAT. OTT.
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three - section harrow, new 2
420 STATE ST.
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