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TTIE, OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12,1923
Game Played in Sea of Mud
, Wednesday Ends With
j. 26 to 0 Score ;
: ,. The. .Willamette football team,
playing percentage football, and
ever on the alert to take adant
v alte of the breaks bound to ccur
on a Held so sogjy' from the rain
that -it was as greasy-as vaseline,
took the men from Albany college
ito ramp Wednesday morning on
Sweet land field with a boo re of
26-0. ... , ' '
The Bearcats did not show much
fight at the opening of the con
; teat and Snyder, the brainy Albany
; quarter,1, called - some trick j plays
'such as Willamette has not seen
this season that so baffled the
Bearcat line that tor three or four
, times . Albany was able to rip
through the lines for, large gains.
But the Bearcats, showing better
alertness than they have this sea
son before, were not long ia solv
ing the Albany offense, and from
then on Albany did not so much as
threaten. . r
fIn spite of the muddy field and
the slippery hall, Willamette made
bt one fumble, although Albany
made several, which were instru
mental in winning Willamette the
Willamette's first touchdown
came in the first quarter, when
Willamette punted to the Albany
40-yard line; Albany fumbled, anc
Mum ford gathered: up the ball
. racing the 40 yards across the
line. ' Riedell converted the kick.
Rut although the Bearcats started
on several marches into Albanv
territory, there ' was not enough
punch to get across, and the half
ended 7-0. for Willamette
- Evidently, the Bearcats were re
minded of the results of over-
; confidence between -halve, for
when they' iaced onto the field for
the second half they were an en
tirely different team. After the
Htckoff, the- ball was WUlamette'F
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CLARK JACKSON' . .
Elected captain of this year's
squad, Jackson resigned, feel
ing that he would not return
to Bchool this fall. He was in
the lineup-when candidates re
ported, and has played good,
consist en t .'ball ts guard or
tackle. . . . ... i -, '-,.
A big . boy and a thorough
student of the game, he knows
what to do under all circum
stances, lie stands. 5 fee t 11
inches, weighs 180 pounds, and
makes every ounce count.
in midfield. Here a fumble, which
Albany recovered, looked like a
break for the visitors, but on the
next play they fumbled and Wil
lamette recovered. Willamette
made two successive first downs.
but Albany held for downs on the
fiveyard line. Albany called ,for
a punt, but fumbled, and Rhodes
recovered behind the line for Wil
lamette's second touchdown. The
kick failed, and the third quarter
The third score came when Wil
lamette blocked Albany's punt and
recovered the ball on Albany's 20-
yard line. First down gave the
Bearcats the ball on the nine-yard
line. A buck thronsrh center for
five yards, two center smashes
that netted but a' vard. and then
Zelier" sprang terrifically throush
i hole off tackle, and well over
the goal line." The kick fai'ed.
The final score wis won by an
Intercepted pn. On their own
10-yard line j!bav attemoted a
oas4. which rMcMullen intercepted
"nrt carried to th five-vnrd line.
Zelier smashed over, and Window
droo kicked for the extra point.
. For Willamette the outstanding
ilayers were Zelier at line plnn?
'ng and Herrman at puntin.
Heirman, in suite of the wet field,
nveraged better than 40 yards,
and go; .ff two or three punts fir
better than 50 yards. Snyder,
flashy quarter, and Adams, the
fast, heavy and hard hitting full,
starred for Albany.
, The lineup follows:
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Officials: Referee. Fitzgerald of
Corvallis; umpire, Ratcliffe of Sa
lem: head linesman, Nakano.
Substitutions: . Albany, Rich:
Willamette, S. Zelier. Bateson. Mc
Mullen, Ferguson and Douglas.
ATTOIST DIES IX CAR u
CH EH A LIS, Wash.. Nov. 1
(By Associated Press). The life
less body of a motorist identified
asB. B. Edwards of Seattle was
found in an automobile, parked
alongside the highway 40 mfles
east of here this afternoon. Dep
uty Coroner Krebs pronounced
death was due to heart disease.
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LEAGUE IS PLANNED
Eight -Teams of Lads 15
Years Old and Under Are
Instead of promoting a Commer
cial basketball league as in the
past, George Cadwell, of Ander
son's Sporting Goods store is lin
ing up players for a junior banket
ball league of eight teams to be
known as the Anderson Junior
Basketball league. The age limit
is 15 years and under. Playing is
expected to get under way imme
diately after Thanksgiving and all
games will be staged on the
YMCA gymnasium floor under the
direction of R. R. Boardmau phys
Inability to obtain the necessary
floor space for practice this year
led to the organization of the Jun
ior league. The eight teams will
be selected as to age and weight
in order to, have them as evenly
matched as possible. Boys 'play
ing on high school or other school
teams will not be eligible to play
in the league as one of the objects
Is to interest as many different
boys in basketball as possible.
Registering for the league is now
under way at Anderson's store and
boys i wishing to participate are
requested to come in and leave
their names with Mr. Cadwell.
While the Commercial league
seems to be a dead issue this sea
son, a call for players has been
issued by the American Legion
and the National Guardsmen are
placing a team in the-field. Games
with outside organizations will be
arranged during the 'playing sea
son. DAM CONTRACT LET
SPOKANE, Nov. 1 . (By As
sociated Press). Contract for the
construction of the proposed pow
er plant and dam near Chelan.
Wash., to be built in connection
with the electrification of the
Great Northern railway- through
the Cascade mountains, was
awarded to the Grant Smith com
pany today by Washington Water
Power company. It will represent
an outlay, of about $10,000,000.
OVER OLD RIVAL
(Continued from pag 1)
the ball to the five-yard line, but
Salem was held for downs, Eugene
getting off a poor punt, advancing
the oval only to its own 15-yard
line. The ball was advanced to
the three-yard line and lost on
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downs. Eugene's attempt to punt
out from behind the goal line was
blocked and the ball recovered by
Salem over the line, adding six
more points to the score. Again
the attempt at goal failed and the!
score stood 12 to 6 for Salem.
Eugene kicked off and the half
ended after one or two plays.
Neither team registered during
the third quarter and was devoid
of features, the two teams surg
ing back and forth in the sea'of
mud. Noeske hit the line for a
long gain and downs. Eugene's
right half was carried from the
field after his tackle. Eugene re
covered a Salem fumble, but the
red and black, held, getting the
ball on its own 20-yard line as the
Coming back with the same vari
ety of ball as was offered during
the first period and- reinforced by
the substitution of nearly half a
team, Eugene duplicated its steady
pounding of the Salem, line for
good results. Taking a chance
after Salem had gained possession
of the ball on Eugene's 20-yard
line, Noske hit the line for the
final touchdown of the game. A
pass failed, and the score stood
IS to 6. Salem kicked off, and
after a few plays got away for a
pretty 40-yard line before being
stopped well within the danger
zone and again made first down
Salem held and punted to thecen
ter of the field, with no return by
Eugene. Adams, Salem right end.
received an injury to his head in
the last two minutes of the game
and was carried from the field.
H's place was taken by Querrv.
the only substitution made by
Coach Huntington during the en
tire game. Eugene threatened
once more but lost the ball on a
fumble. Salem punted out of dan
ger and the game ended with the
ball in Eugene's possession in Sa
Lineup oi the teams:
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plre, llauser, Chemawa
man. Carson, Salem,
Spectators at Football Game Given
; "Kick" Watching Antics on Gridiron
Players Resemble. Tarhabic a They Plunge Through Rifts of
Mad and Puddles of Water; Field Is Slippery
'' Slide, footballman. slide, was.
the official joke of dripping spec-!
tators, huddling under yellow,
green, red and black slickers, who
yesterday afternoon watched run
ners' feet grind in the goo. like
the wheels of an auto in gumbo.
But the ball moved!
Looking like tarbabies on a field
scarcely grimier than themselves,
men bucked, ,tackled and plunged,
presenting a perfect dramatization
of that good old slogan:
"Roll your own."
Each Salem high school player
picked him a man and usually roll
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ed him. Rolled himself too. A
clean uniform was good for two
plays aC the utmost and the ball
needed a frequent "sweatshirt
massage" to clean off the mud
that tnade it slippery as the pro
( If the saying "save the surface
and you save all." is true, both
teams ruined themselves in pools
of water so deep and so expansive
that yellmasters celebrated each
Salem score with executing high
dives and fancy swimming strokes
in the miniature lakes.
One miKht say "lienor and
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PORTLAND GETS PLAYERS
PKCKKXPArGH MAT RE MAX-
ACiElt OF HEAVERS
LOS ANGELES, Not. 11. (Ry
Associated Pres. ) The mirchase
of two.. National league baseball
players, Elmer Smith, Cincinnati
outfielder, and Johny. Couch, Phil
adelphia pitcher, each for cash
considerations was announced
here tonight by President Thomas
Turner of. the Portland club of
the Pacific Coast league. The
Beaver president said he also was
negotiating with the Washington
Americans for the release , to Port
land of Roger Peckinpaugh,.
- N Nov. 14 to 17
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shortstop," If obtained -Turner
saia. I'ecKinpaugh will act as man- .
ager, otherwise efforts will ba
made to sign Kid Gleason, former
White Sox leader, or Ivan Olsorj-yi
SYRIAN' PROBLEMS' ARISE!
ALKtl'O, Syria, Nov. li.-
i r.t uecent disturbance u
Damascus and other parts of
Syria are raising serious problems
ior the American Near East re
ALL TICKETS SOLD
BERKELEY, Cal.. Nov. 1( .
J. F. McKenzie, graduate mana
ger's office, announced today that
all tickets to the Washington-California
football game here Satur
day had been disposed of. Cali
fornia stndium has 71.627 num
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