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:aO!T, FRIDAY IZDnmZCiCClOZZZl 3,
not certain what tlufct will to !
tsrsd next yesr. 111 11 X believed
cerUlo that Salen xSX attempt to
put a team ia'tfcfCeld araln. . ,
Echoes of the Salem Senators'
terry in th Portland City bass-
Ulssgus Tseew to. thetr ttrst
ar ol competition were heard
to Thursday when theVhng tro-
y Cn; offered hy th Oregon
urnal, exnhlemaila 4t the cham
.nslil3 la that leasa was re
ived ly L . Ttlsco Edwards.
anager of th Senators, and snt
i display. In a class case-at the
ish JSmiard Parlors. j 5 .
Tkls handaome trophy la to he
me the permanent property of
y team that wins It three times, j
t necessarily In succession. The
-xt ol Portland has won It twice,
;! list and 19 J5; MonUrilla
ice, , In 1 9 28 ; y the Commercial
amber company once. In 1923,
ft. first year It was offered, and
Mem nov holds It for the present
iKames of the players on all of
teams that hare von the tro
:y, are engrarsd npon 11; and It
as ; th worh ol eacravhi the
balers names, that caused the
In Its antral hero.
tub saiaoa players ; names are
arraTed near the bottom of the
IP, vlth those of Manager Ed-
uras and the two pitchers -who
irmed tha team's artillery In the
iter and more crucial games, at
h top. : These pitchers are
iTayna Barham and Johnny Beck.
Other players wlser names sp
ear aire Billy SuWran. Joe Salli
e n. BUI Steers. Hed Ridings,
Urold ' Hook, . Gaharine, Jerry
ileman, Vincent Jacobherger,
'ad Malson, Sol Klenry and Faust.
fThe Senators von 1 the eham-
lonshiQ after a bad start and an
rytitU fight, against competition
hkl was rated as the strongest In
- elate outside , of organized
jL They lost two early games.
v en settled down, to traaineM and
are defeated no more until near
vft end of the. season, winning
oth ends of the schedule which
dlrlded Into two parts with
saw deal for every body In the sec-
f This triumph, was made possible.
t ,hould be recorded, largely by
i-e good support siren the Salem
;iao In comparison to that ac-
orded; the; other teams in the
eague. wren though the attend-j
acft here was not so great as It
Uould to la a city at Salem's
; " Sine th City league Is reor
ganized from year to year. It Is
IX)S JLNGEXXS. Oct. S7-(AP)
Rata tailed to daunt the Uni
versity ol Sauthern j California
footballers today In their prepare-
TO PLAY CIIBJI
& lnus the serrices'of two of his
best backfleld men. Coach -Spec"
Keens will tahe -the Willamette
Bearcats to Chemawa this after-
noon to battle the redskins. It
tlons for the big gams her Satur-jj nature of a scrim
day with cainornuu it gars ue
Trojans an opportunity to become
accustomed ' to playing under ad
verse weather conditions should
Jupiter ?' Plnrlus continue Jhl
blaVid on i the aorasl school field. Uam. Since j last night's scrim- Keea ran up -
in.. ..mt .m win h abc witnimsse wim a tisiuuk wwn mu-i - -
? TO WEAR BLUE
dampening performances Satur
day. . " ,A; r ;; . i ; : ; ; i ; l
. Wkh the Golden Bears expected
in i town tomorrow, ; the Trojans
were sent through a heavy work
out by Coach Howard Jones, who
said it was probably the last stren
uous drill that would be held ben
fore game time. j
xmvEssnrzi or oheoon.
Eugens. Oct S?. (SpedaL) I
when the Oregon- football team
tramps on the Stanford gridiron
In Pal Alto Saturday tn its an-!
sua! dash with the Cardinals, the
Webf oote will be wearinr blue
cotton Jerseys instead of the reg
ular green, it was announced
here. ; '
Heretofore the Oreron rrldaten
mage session tor v the university have been weartnr a solid men
men ana everyone on me squaa jsrsey with white, numbers. But
will get.s chance to play. ? in the Stanford rame the athletes
French, who was developing in- will wear blue with white sum
to one of the best triple threat hers.
OAKLAND, Cal., Oct. ,27.-
(AP) SL Mary's college football
warriors, preparing tor their clash
with Gonzaga t Sunday at San
Francisco, finished heavy practice
with a whirlwind scrimmage to
day. The squad will taper off to
morrow with a light workouts
Coach Ed. Sladlgan is making
every effort to bolster the left
side ; of his backfleld, - weakened
through loss of O'Gorman a few
weeks ago and lately because of
Injuries to Bogan. Madlgan's lat
est move has been to shift Haley,
a Quarterback, to the left hall
back position. 1
The Gonzaga team, numbering
23 players, is due - to arrive to
morrow from Spokane. They will
be Quartered In San Francisco And
plan workouts at Kesar stadium
tomorrow and Saturday.
Last year Gonzaga held 8t-
Mary's to a scoreless tie In the
north to slightly mar the record
of the Oakland . college eleven
which went through the season
undefeated. . ,
Eastern ball player takes ' to
ring with little success, says sport
Item. ; An' acquaintance of ours
took to several rings with a whole
lot less than success. He got five
men ; on the squad had the misfor
tune to break his arm in scrim
mage last night and win be un
able to play any more this season.
Zeller : likewise will - warm . the
bench for an indefinite period as
the result of a badly wrenched
knee: . y- r -
Since the College of Idaho
game, the casualty . list . on the
Bearcat sqsad has increased at a
great rate. Mumf ord, DePoe, Ack
erman, and Rogers all have injur
ea of one kind or another, and
facing the, homecoming game
against Pacific one i week hence.
the ! prospect is dismal. .
Coaches Kasberser and Den-
I Ut Af A ff 09 AMI ilM4ltn m WhWM M
man will eo over to McMinnville w""
today to scout the same between tlce drill, despite rain, boasts New
Pacific and Ldnfield. These two sheet; My. my, ,what he-
coUeges aro now : holding down men those boys are! No galoshes
the lower berths la the conference or anything. Tetr Teltl Tek!
s . .
percentage' table, and the struggle
between them to see which goes! I- Rce horse-named after Loyola
lower is expected to be close and university quarterback. Let's
interesting. Pacific is doped to hope the nag doesn't try any de-
win. , . i layed passing.
The Badgers "are expected to
give the Bearcats a ton eh same The situation in New York is
here a week from Saturday in the serious. The wrestling - season
homecoming fray. Last year, Wil-I there Is about to begin.
lamette won by a scant margin.
defeating the ancient rival for the Mickey Walker was banned by
first time in several seasons. I I the National Boxing association
But Walker probably feels its bet
ter to be banned than banged.
FIGHT TO DRAW
TACOMA. Wash.. Oct. 27.
(AP) Doe Snell, Taoom junior
lightweight, and Pico Ramies, Los
Angeles Mexican, drew In six sen-
sational rounds here " tonight.
Ramies had the edge going Into
the last round but Snell rallied as
his opponent tired and took the
final by a good margin to gain an
even break. - - ;!:H' r
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D. S. C. THT.1 PLAYS
W. S. 0. THIS WEH(
IN GOOD SHAPE
Years ago there was a certain
fighter named The Boar. After
watching recent fights he seems
CORVALL1S. Oct. 27. (AP)- to . w ot imitators.
rracucauy me same lineup tnat
scans n Btaniora univer- gtrangft ss itmay seem, this
sity in roruana wm get the call . utt tnii . Mnd ; 1.
agataat Washington State college ! u to the otker team.
OREGON STATE COLLEGE.
CorvalUs, v Oct." 27. (Special.) -
For two seasons the Oregon State
college football teams have main
tained an untarnished record In
the northwest with IS wins, no
defeats, and no tie games. ,The
game Saturday with Washington
State college will - determine
whether the Orangemen are to
hold aA undefeated record.'
Washington State went through
last season 'undefeated by north
west teams but this year spoiled
Its record by losing to the Uni
versity of Washington North
west elevens scored 6 points on
the Beavers and 12 on the Con
gars last season.
From a point of comparative
potential - strength the , Cougars
and Beavers seem about evenly
matched. . Both have outstanding
quarterbacks. Butch Meekes of
Washington State, and Smiling
Howard Maple 'of Oregon State,
easily being possibilities for all-
coast If not All-American quarter
berth. ; . . : -
i ne cougars have a two year
veteran at fullback and two one
year men at half. The Qrange-
men have a man from last year's
reserves at full, a one year letter
man and a two year letterman at
half. . : . ; .'
The Beaver and Cougar lines
are similar. Both have sopho
mores functioning there, W. S. C.
two and O..S. C. three. ' Each has
two double stripe men In the wing
berths. ;h ; . ': . ' ; . .. :., ! .: "
Muscular injuries are healing
rapidly in the Orange camp but
an epidemic of intestinal flu has
laid 10 'members of the squad out
of practice. .
Wednesday the first string var
sity scrimmaged with the ' fresh
men eleven for the first time in
two weeks. . The- regulars' line
proved., invincible against fresh
men offense and tore holes In the
yearling line on offensive play.
football team here Saturday.
Coach Paul J. Schissler of the
Oreeon State team said today.
All regulars except Carlson will
be in shape for the game, it Is
now believed. ; ; ;
The eleven starters will be Lo
gan,- SchelL Badley, Geddes, EU-
ers. Luce and Bobbins on the line.
with Maples, Scott, Whltlock and
Gllmore in the backfleld. It Is
possible Kent may start in place
of Luce, 'and Luby instead of
Scott. , -
Damp weather makes a wet
field practically certain, although
the footing is firm.
Twelve hundred Mississippi
schools use motor buses to trans
port children in rural school dis
a full lineup to meet the Portland ujooks better than at any um c wju r
boys. ChestnutV Robertaen. LeJth season Previous scores with ndJm-. . flrst
fever and King, men Injured in Reed in ine pasi iwo years - - -
. z.'. " . . . I . Tvn,.... MnJhnni nmt of the season and the
games with wiuamette ana w- . g. ; - --"-r-;---r t. CTA.ftH a bis
field, m back to confljtlon. and test : promises Jt i yrr nr
the local squad is out to avenge fought eersp. m sobbwu. .V.T
iJt year's defeat by the Portland scored 24 tJ Reed's 0; in 12 6 man of Portland.. chairman.
O. N. S. VS. REED
OREGON FORMAL SCHOOL,
Monmouth. Oct. 27. (Special)
The football came scheduled for
Friday between Reed College and
Monmouth: Normal has been called
for .Thursday instead and will be
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i L03 ANGELES, Oct. 27. (AP)
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Dundee of u Baltimore, welter
weight champion and the Nebras
ka "Wildcat" Ace Hudklns. Zlate'
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