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TUP OTPrtOV 5TATtUN.SAmt0nEG0N SUNDAY flfORNt NG, CECTO&fift -23, 1627
' STADIUM SEATTLE, Qct.2 7:7
f AP) The TJnirerslty of Wash
ington Huskies galled the clavn
ot the Washington ' State Cou'sar.
In closely- fought football con
test here today, aaoexf ng "the
mythical state title and the long
end of a t4 to 0 eeore., ..
"i Twice duKng the 3iar raising
' second "period. the Cougars
brought the ball to within 3 yards
of the Husky goal line but bumped
Into a itolld -wall on both occa
toftS. . The gun. stopped further
efforts to put -the1 leather orer
after the Cougars had buckedhp
line twice for losses on the second
,vv Tn the early, minutes of the in
r'tli period, after 'twovl5 yard
passes, and pmaah'ng line bucks.
Chuck Carroll. Washington half
back, leaped orer the line for the
first Huskj score.,. '.
- . The Huskies marched down the
field 'iTryiards In irfne downs -to
the Cougar one yard - tine, and
with one minute left in the third
period. Carroll ,hot -orer or .tha
other Husky score. v Captain Pat
Wilson -converted both tries, for
, poPnte-iwlth beautitully executed
'.boota. ;.-; ". : ;k;V. i
w.Carroirand .Louis Tesreau' car
ried; the ball throughout. t&
steady procession of Ihe Huskies
making gains of five and 12 yards
at each attempt. . The Hasky line
opened great boles for the flying
backs almost at will.
Btttch; Meeker., cllminuUTe .and
chubby Cougar etar quarterback,
excelled' in .'returning the purple
and old "punts, requiring the ser
Tlceaof four or fire Husky tack
ier i to bring him , to .the : ground.
Lineup and summary": -r" "
WASHINGTON ( 1 4 ) W. S. C. ( 0 )
Schuh , .
Huxta .. . . .-
Bonamy . v .
Broz - . . .
Douglas'. . . .
Gehajn . . .
Wilson" . . . .
' Score; -Washington
Wt 5. C. : -
a 1 '
t 1 1
. . .C.. . . . .
. . ". Dressel
. ... . Jenne
. . Graham
.qb. . . . Meeker (c)
.lh ...... Horan
. . . rb'. .
7 0 , 7 014
0 0 0 0 0
Washngton's scoring: riT9uch
dawits, Carroll 8; Points from try
after touchdown. Wilson -2.
' " Referee. Vamell. CbicAgbIJ.m--pire,?
Morris Seattle; Head lines
man Huntington. Oregon; field
judge,. Haebel. Michigan-
STAF.F0RD RED BEATS
j i OREGON , STATE TEAM
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4 .yard line " and In five consecu
tive first downs took the. ball qver
the goal line. Wilton and Hfll fig
ured in the march but f Hoffman's
great! gain ' through" " tackle and
center were cbJalked up . with
deadly consistency.- -i
lt Gain on Long Pass
The Cardinals scored..: against
the very beginning of- tke second
quarter , when Hoffman tossed a
pass- to j Preston, end, for a , X
yard gain. On the next play with
the hall t on the Oregon Aggie, 14
yardline, JHU1 leklrtedMhrough
tackle for the score miib the elus
Iveness Of an antelope. Hoffman's
deadly' kicking added a point to
the score. .;,.'';'
; Dick HyUnd, ripe'edy litUe Car
dinal half back, paved the way for
the final ; touchdown when . he . In;
tercepted a pass deep in hlwn
territory, , and raced 15' yards to
the state college 40, yard line.
- X V'.Slma .Takes tfoW
' Then another Stanford march
begaa which placed, the ball over
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the goal line. Bob Sims, half back.
was the brilliant ball carrier
that last, dash. ,- He , skirted end
and broke .febrough, tackle until
the staters were against their own
goal line. On the final play he
crashed, ;throusa tackle for the
touchdown. , i
, hevhigb, llgbjt t of the gam,
came as long shadows were creep
ing; over the stadium. 'With - a
mighty flare of ofiensive strength,
the Oregon team . swept the ball
down theulleid from . out of the
shadow of their own goal posts
in the . most sustained, drive they
had made- In,. -the . contest. .'-The
march' was temporarily halted' but
the Afcgie score was not to be de
nied. Metten.t'half back, recover
ed a Stanford fumble on the Car
dinal one yard line. Maple, quar
terback threw a short pass to
Scort, ialf. for the Oregonians'
. Maple Elusive Runner
.Brilliant, runs, thrilling passes,
punting -well above the -ordinary
and ideal weather pleased the
crowded sections of the stands.
Little Howard Maple, Oregon
state quarterback and safety mar
ran; , bsck .punis lime auer nm
for, 15-to 2S yards, "breaking tfiri
the field of tacklers with reckles:
. No ,lesaiOit.''-dtog was tht
powerful grounl giri n 3 of Blfi
Hoffman, Stanford fullback, and
eiq shifty running of Wilton, Sims
yfand and Frentthrup, Stanford
1 Oregon State college the name
adopted by tbe faculty, students.
and. alumni, in preference to Ore
gon Agricultural college was
completely outclassed by the Car
dinals, despite the brilliant mo
ments In their offense and de-
The line-up and summary:
Stanford (20) Oregon State (6)
Preston . le Robbing
Sellman .J..;lC L Luce
Post . Ig Badley
McCreery je, Geddes
tlQbesky, rg. Eliers
Freeman t.rt Schell
DjaVitdsbn re Logan
Lewis :jg Maple
Wilton lh G. Scott
Hill .;.;..:.. rli Whltlock
Hoffman f Gilmore
Score by periods:
Oregon : State 0 0-
0,0 6 -7
0 0 6 6
Stanford : 6
Oregon State 0
Hoffman, Hill, Sims (substitute
for Hill). Point for try after
touchdown :j Hoffman 2-.? Oregon
state college scoring: Scott.
Officials: Robert Evans. Ran
Pranclsca; referee; Mulligan, Spo
kane, umpire; J. C. Cave, Stock
ton, field Judge;. Tom Loutitt,
Portland, head linesman.
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BERKELEY, Cal., Oct. 22. (AP)
A flighting CalifornSa eleven,
rising to heights remindful of the
great wonder team of years ago,
lent -be- San Frandsco Olympic
club down to a stunning 21 to 0
While 30,000 persons watched,
the Bears ibombarded their rivals
fromthe.fvlr. nndiibattered them
ibn.- the Use 4o crach' Qverrtwice
tor touchdowns dn the second pe
riod and again in the third,
Virtually a second string line
up bearing down in the pinches
and seising' , every ; opportunity,
outfought' the" aH4tar club team
from, starkjo, tinfeb.
1 The reserves Kaving their day
while the varsity rested, tore the
cluh.i line vi to shreds.' rushed the
backf!eld;'CDmpbsed "of 'stars such
as Morton Kaer and "Cowboy"
Nick Kutsch and completed the
rout with. as decisive a victory as
anT tbissea-son, T-.0 ,
I ;.OnJyt' Kntsch in tbe baekfleld
andiYtfdeirien th4ine cbwld show
effectively against the eavage
rushes of the Bears.
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J S A14 &NTONIO. Texas. Oct. 22.
AP). Ross Young. former
putftolA star of the New York
Giants, died here tonight.
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NFW HAVE2S , Conn., Oct. 2 2.
-f-(AP) The battle of the Jones
es was won by Tad and Yale today
when Biff and the Army went
down to a 10 to 6 defeat that left
little doubt that the better team
won. The argument between the
Jones boys was . brought byer
from last year when' the Army
team coached by Captain L. M.
Jones routed Yale, under the per
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Jones, 33 to 0. '
Today's game was nothing like
that of last season. The Ellis were
off in front with touchdown in
tne first period when the game
was not many minutes old and
they added a sensational field goal
in the third before Army could
) Army l:ad w-me great chataces
clorp rinally scoring a touchdown
a the final period. The West
oint boys droveHhe ball to with
q inches of the Yale goal line in
he second period, when the ad
. . ance was stopped a foot i from
'.he goal line. The saying that op
portunity knocks but once .was
disproved, when army came
Charging right back only to be
halted on Yale's 17 yard line,
i Bruce . Caldwell, the Yale back
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WORK OUT HERE
The gymnasium at the Salem
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jioon when about a dozen fighters
figuring largely on cards in Sal
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worked out together.
4 Matchmaker Plant, has invited
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has a greater string even this ear
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ilOSCOW, Idaho, Oct. 22.--
(AP) The Montana Grizzlies at
tempted an aerial game in their
annual 'football contest with the
Idaho Vandals here this afternoon
and were defeated 42 to 6, with
straight football. . . . '
Tne Vandals' scored a touch
down in each of the first three
periods, and in the fourth made
three more. The extra point was
added in each instance. Montana
scored t her single touchdown in
the third period and failed to con
vert. ; ' '
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tne Montana score, but Kain and
uhinske were the most conven
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lies, and the only Montanans who
were able m penetrate the Van
Four of Montana's passes wjere I
Intercepted, while but three of the
seven passes undertaken by dahol
failed. The Vandals, relied almost
entirely on line bucks, essaying
few end runs during the game.
ITHACA, N. Y., Oct. 22. (AP)
Flashing an attack of brilliant
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the thrusts of a 175. pound sopho
more . halfback,' " Ed. ' Wiltmer,
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these ancient rivals in twenty
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Mexico; Damage Great
MEXICO CITY, Oct. 22. (AP)
Nearly a hundred persons are
believed to hare been drowned in
the, villages 'throughout the val
lav nf the Orilalva river in the
I state of Tabasco . owing to the
floods, dispatches from Villaher
mosa, capital of the state, report.
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a dozen " towns and villages. The
losses are estimated at (some mil
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NEWPORT. Ore., Oct. 22.
(AP) P- L. Coleman, 57. princi
pal of the Newport public schools,
died here today. He was. a former
instructor in the Canby schools.
and had been here lor several
years. He was a member of the
Masonic lodge of Newport and of
the Elks lodge of Albany.
;The funeral will be held Mon
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?n ehnT.ch here' Mr Coleman
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LOS ANGELES, Oct. 22.
Mrs. Marguerite JensenJ
wife of Martin Jensen, whof
second place in the" recent
trans-Pacific air flight to Hd
lu. was taken to an emerl
hospital here late today sut
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recovering partially, denied
tion of suicide and declare
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ment Mrs. Jensen was pronoi
out of danger and ordered
moved to a private hospital t
physician for convalescene.
will be able to return to her
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BUTTE, Mont., Oct. 22.
Mount St. Charles collegd
Helena shattered the football
here today by defeating the
fvored Gonzaga university eld
21 to 0. It was a battle of bre
and the team with the most f
got the breaks.
CHICAGO 13; PKNX 7
STAGG FIELD, CHICAGO. 4
2 2. (A P) Chicago defea!
Pennsylvania 13 to 7 before a
900 spectators on Stagg field
aay gooring- ine rirst victory o
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WALLA WALLA, Oct. 4 V?.
(AP) The Whitman MijJiir
les defeated Pacific university lg
toj here today In a scrappy game,
and thereby kept their northwest
conference football slate clean.
Whitmans first touchdon
came Jn the second period when
Emerson of Pacific punted o at
from his own 30 yard .line and
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carried the ball across after half
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.XOTKK D.1MK WIN'S V
BLOOM 1NGTON, Ind.. Oct.tyr
Af) unieasmng a npnine
dashing attack and a sterling de
fense, Notre Dame defeated Indi
ana 19 to 6 today. Indiana scored
in the first six minutes of play
when Rhinebart broke through
the line for a 40 yard dash.
ASHLAND BEATS KLAMATH
. MEPFORD. Oct. 22. ( AP)
The Ashland high school defeated
the Klamath Falls high school
feotball team at Ashland today 68
to 0. It was the first game of the
southern Oregon conference.
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