The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 12, 1924, Page 2, Image 2

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Put Up Effective
fend Dominate Dur-
ng First Half
E, Ore., Oct; 11. Coach !
Joei Madciock's rejuvenated Uni
ersity of jOregon football team de
feated Pacific university of Forest
Grbve byj a score of 20 to 0 here
this afternoon. Oregon, which
showed considerable Improvement
over form displayed In the score
less, Willamette game two weeks
ago, had to fight every minute
for her ptMnts. Not ujitil the third
quarter fa 9 she able to score. Pa
cific holding the edge during the
f iitst half. In the final) quarter
Otfegbn chicked the Badger aggre
gation far two morof touchdowns.
jThe jlemoh-yellow backfield
showed considerable jpower. twice
working jthe ball the length of the
field to; make scores possible.';
Jqnes anid VitUii supplied the big
gest part; of backfield' strength. ;
Pacific showed some good pas
sing", bripging the bajl up to Ore
goo's sis yard line tjwice via the
aerial rajute in the first half only
to faipiii both attempts. 5 '
The lineup and summary:
Positionl Pacific
. LE . 1. ... .Weber
. LT . -j. . . .Hibbard
. LG . . jr . . . Horn
. C . ; . . ... .Wolf
. KG . J . E. Rannow
. RT .Edgar Rannow
Blass. .
AtCICU . .
Ktftckw eJI . . .
Wtlson ."J
Gooding;. .
Mautz. ;RE
Anderson .... Q
Vitus. . j. . LH
Terjesoil. . , : . RH
Jones. .! F
. Blackman
. . Emerson
. . .Adams
. G. Tucker
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Scores by quarter: !
Oregon 0; 0; 7; 1320.
Pacific 0; 0; 0; 0 0,
Summary: , Touchdowns, Ore
gon: Jones, Shield substitute for
Stockwell, Vitus. Goal after
touchdowns: Oregon. Reed (2).
Officials: Dolan. -Notre Dame,
referee: lluzek, Wisconsin, um
pire; Moran. WSC, headlineaman.
Time of periods 15 minutes each.
Frisco Lead Cut; Angels
Take Two and Remain
Second Place
SEATTLE, Oct. 11. Seattle's
Indians; went on a war path here
today and added two scalps to
their collection by defeating the
Seals in a doubleheader, 5 to;0,
and 6 to 2. The Seattle team cut
San Francisco's lead in the coast
league to one and one-half games.
The Indians, however, remain in
third place in the race, as the Los
Angeles team took a doubleheader
and forced Itself one-half game
ahead of Seattle. .
f First game
R. II. E.
0 3 ! 1
5 11 10.
and Yelle; Fu-
San Francisco . .
Seattle L . . . . .'. .
Mitchell. Shell
sel and E. Baldwin. I
Second game; I
San Francisco 2 5 10
Seattle i .. 6 9 I 2
Williams, Moody and Agnew;
Steuland and Tobin. - !
Salt Lake O; Vernon j
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 11- Salt
Lake defeated Vernon. 6 to 1, in
a slowly played contest here today
and took a one game edge on the
series. Fulton pitched shutout
ball for five innings for the Tigers
but blew up in the sixth and was
hit for j four runs. Both teams
used their three best hurlers.
Score i , I R. H. E.
Salt Lake ........... 6 9 2
Vernon ' 13 3
Kallio. O'Neill. Singleton and
Peters, jCook; j Fulton, Swanson,
Carson and Hannah.
AngfU 11-14; Portland 6-8 I
PORTLAND.! Or., Oct. 11. Los
Angeles won both games of to
day's double header from Port
land, the score of the first i game
being 11 to 9, ind that of the sec
ond, called at the end of the sixth
on account of darkness 14 to 8.
By winning their straight extra
bill in j two days and ' fourth
straight game, while San Francis
co was dropping three to Seattle,
the Angels went to within one
game of the leadership in the race
for the coast league flag. Seattle
is half a game behind the Angels
in third place, 1 "
First game'- R. H. E.
Los Angeles . ...11 13 1
Portland . - ! 6 10 I 3
Myers and Spencer; Gardner
and Daly. j
I Second game- . R. II. E.
Los Angeles . .' . ..14 15 0
Portland 8 15 5
jii (Called end sixth; darkness.)
Hughes and 'Jenkins; Laverenr,
Keefe and Cochrane, Daly,
Oakland 13; Sacramento 4
OAKLAND, Cal., Oct 11. Oak
land beat Sacramento 13 to 4 this
afternoon. The win gives Oakland
3 out of 5 f the series to date.
The Oaks hit Peters and Prough
hard. ' f - '!
Score m R.
Sacramento .......... 4
H. E.
121 3
Oakland U ... i .- ..13 16 j 1
i Peters, Prough and Shea; Fos
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Church Street!,
Jack Wise of Yakima Says
He Will Meet Any Boy
in Northwest
Jack Wise, a heavyweight boxer
of Yakima, Wash., is anxious to
participate in a bout In Salem this
winter and says he is willing to
meet anyone in the northwest in
the heavyweight division. This
comes in the form of a challenge
from Wise, who weighs . 190
pounds in fighting trunks. Wise
has a! partner, another fighter
named Ivan Blaettler, who meets
all comers in the 140-150 pound
division. The slogan of the two
fighters on their letterhead is
'We fight! Anyone at our weight.
any time, any place." Wise can
be reached at 115 South First
street, Yakima, Wash.
Missionaries Lose to
Huskies By 55-0 Score
SEATTLE, Oct. 11 One run of
95 yards, one of 75, and two of
40 or better each to a touchdown.
fattened the scoring when Wash
ington defeated the Whitman
football team, 55 to 0, here today.
Lackey's toe was used liberally for
Whitman. f , 1
Sarazen Finishes Length' and
a Half Ahead of Famous
French Invader
LATONIA. Ky., Oct. 11 (By
The Associated Press) Smashing
all existing Kentucky track rec
ar.ds for a mile and a quarter,
Sarazen. three year old chestnut
gelding owned? by Mrs. W. K. Van
derbilt II, today vanquished Epi
nard, pride of the French tuTt
In Che final race of the interna
tional j series before a record
breaking crowd of 50,000 to 60,-
000 spectators. '
Sarazen, ineligible for the' pre
vious two international races, be
cause be was a gelding, flashed
across! the wire a length and a
half ahead of the gallant French
horse in 2:00 4-5. This was with
in 4-5 of a second of tbe world's
record established by the great
Whisk Broom II, ten years ago.
Whisk Broom at that time carried
ijo pounds wniie sarazen was
burdened with 120 today. Sara
zen stepped the fastest mile, and
the fastest mile and a quarter
ever run on the Latonia track. He
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was clocked at th mile in 1:35
4-5, clipping a fraction of a sec
ond off the traek record.
, Epinard, strangely enough, fin
ished today as hedld in his two
previous American starts when he
finished second to Wise Counsel
lor and later o Lad kin. While
Sarazen's victory Was; convincing,
Epinard was just as wonderful in
defeat. Working his way through
interference when Alta wood came
together with MadlPlay and dum
ped iu the final sixteenth of the
race, j Epinard : came 'up from
fourth place, shot quickly to the
outside, flashed ahead of Mad
Play and was gaining, rapidly on
the Vanderbilt geldihg in the
closing strides.' ! i
Mad Play, the entfy of Harry
F. Sinclair, probably ran the
greatest race of hig career, finish
ing on top of Epinafd for third
place, i AltawoodJ owned by C.
Bruce Headley Of Lexington made
a desperate eliOrt and was barely
beaten for third places. Altawood
finished fourth, Bix lengths ahead
of Princess Doree, fthe heavily
played filly which landed fifth
place while Littlef Chief finished
sixth. My Play seventh, and Chil
howee last. 1 if J
The victory wda worth S55.500
to Mrs. Vanderbilt in addition to
a 15,000 gold cupj Epinard pull
ed down $6,000 as second prize
$3,000 went to Mad Play and
$1,000 as fourth 1 prize to Alta
wood. I 1
t It may be one duty to whip
the kids, but it probably wouldn't
be if they were ibig enough to
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WSC Unable to Overcome
Lead Piled Up During
First Minutes' Play
PULLMAX, Vash. Oct. 11.
Two touchdowns scored in 'the
first few minutesf of, play, with
successful tries for goal after each
one gave Gonzaga university of
Spokane, a sufficient margin to
win today against j Washington
State college here. The teams
are members of (the Northwest
conference. !
The Cougars worked the ball
to Gonzaga's five yard line four
times during the (second half but
only two totichf downs resulted
and the failure f the tries for
goal was the measure of defeat.
A 50-yard pass, Stockton to
Flaherty after in exchange of
punts at the beginning of the
game scored Gonzjaga's first touch
down, v - 'J-!..' , .." .
Turns Right Out Itself
A few drops of i'Outgro" in the
crevice of the ingrowing nail re
duces inflammation and pain and
so toughens the 'tender, sensitive
skin underneath he toe nail, that
it can not penetrate the flesh, and
the nail turns naturally outward
almost over night I
"Outgro" is a harmless antisep
tic manufactured fr chiropodists.
However, anyone can; buy from the
drug store a tiny bottle containing
directions. AdvJ t
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Close Fought Battle Goes to
Collegians By Only One
Point Margin
- CORVALLIS, Or., Oct. 11 Ore
gon Agricultural college won a
hard fought battle with' Multno
mah Amateur Athletic club ' of
Portland here today, the final
score being 7 to 6. . ' The club
men scored six in the first period
and held! the Aggies scoreless un
til the final, when a I touchdown
and goal gave the college players
the victory.
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Idaho University Shows Su
perior Strength r at All
Stages'of Game
MISSOULA. Mont.. Oct., 11
Offering a stonewall defense and
backed by a plunging backfield
that whirled its way repeatedly
around the ends, Idaho university
this afternoon defeated the Uni
versity of Montana by a score pf
41 to 13. Four of Idaho's six
touchdowns were earned while the
other two coming early in the
third quarter were handed the
visitors when Montana's defense
wavered .and broke.
The Idaho forward wall bowled
over, its smaller Montana oppon
ents almost at will and was not
to be denied. A fake criss-cross
puzzled Montana throughout.
Montana's only offensive con
sisted of the forward pass and this
air attack payed the way for both
of her touchdowns,: one in the sec
ond quarter and the other in the
third. In straight football the
backs never had a chance.
Miss Henriksen Remains
At Home Temporarily
SILVERTON, Ore.. . Oct. 10.
(Special to The Statesman.) Mrs
George Henriksen and her daugh
ter. Miss Dora Henriksen, re
turned, to' Silverton Wednesday
JTo be given away to the four High School or College Students that bring in
the largest amount of money for Automobiles by the 20th of ; December.
. i -Contest open lei any High School or Col
lege student in the Willamette valley. j
3 Contcslahts to call and see Mr. Mac
Donald between 9 aJra. and 9 p. starting j
Monday, for final instruction. ' r ,
oight from Parkland, Wash. Mrs.
ilenriksen was called to Washing
ton 'last week because' of her
daughter's illness. Miss Henrik
sen will remain at home until she
again regains her strength suffi
ciently to take up her studies..
Bears Begin to Exhibit Old
Time Aggressiveness on
the Gridiron
BERKELEY, Cal., Oct. 11.
The University of California foot
balLf team defeating Ponema col
lege: 28-0, here this afternoon dis
played greater strength and , ag
gressiveness than at any time this
season. 4 - f f
During the first, period Pomona.
opening with a whirlwind attack
held the Bears scoreless but after
thatj: California found no difficulty
in piercing the southeners' line.
Coach Andy Smith of California
gave most of : his reserves a try
out,; after starting with the reg
ular lineup, j
Silverton Blow Pipe
j Company. Will Build
SILVERTON, Ore., OctJ 10.
(Special to The Statesman.) The
business section of Silverton has
received a new impetus this week
with the call for ' bids from the
Silverton Blow Pipe company for
three new buildings which the
company will erect at Silverton
across the tracks from the South
ern! Pacific station.
The tract of land on North Wat
er street which the company has
purchased from ther Brown estate
hast a frontage of 200 feet and a
depth or 350 feet. The main fac
tory which is to be built will be
100; by 135 feet, the foundry 60
by ;72 feet and the warehouse 50
by HiO feet; The factory plans
Iriwas badly raptured wh'.le lifting a
trunk sereral rearm tzo. - Doctors aaid
my Duly hope of cure wa operation.
Trusses did me no food. Finally I got
holt); of something that quickly, and com'
pletely cured me. Years hare panned and
the rupture baa never returned, although
I am doing bard work as s carpenter.
There was no operation, no loKt time, no
trouble. ' I bare nothing to sell, but will
fire, full information about how you may
find a complete cure without operation, if
you ;( write me.! Eugene M. Pullen. Car
penter. 228-Ii Marcelua Avenue, Maaas
qnan. X. J. Better cut out this notice and
how it to any others who are ruptured
yon may save a life or at least atop the
siisery of rupture and the worry and
danger of an operation. Adv.
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5 Corner Ferry and Cottage Streets
First Prize $75.00
Second Prize 50.00
Third Prize
Fourth Prize
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calls for all tile, tar! and gravel
roofing, for sky light and;Tusco
steel windows.- There is to be a
fire proof vault, a display room,
three office rooms.! '.' - J
The bids will be opened October
16 and construction will begin
shortly after , .
The Silverton Blow Pipe Com
pany got its start in 1908 when
L. C. Eastman .find Austin fcant-.
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