Asi oMa :; MeMMcdem Migk Here VISITORS FAVORED IHSEASOFJ RECORD torla high school football aggrega tion left today for Salem to take on Salem high, school there tomorrow-. ".Tlie local team; smart ing under the memory of a 12 to 8 defeat on the local grounds last year, la out for reran ge. Astoria high school has made a good record so far this season, with victories orer Jefferson high school of Portland and CXatskanie to her credit. ;; v Coach Sowers has been drilling his men hard for the past two weeks In preparation for - this game, and has developed two good line plunging halfbacks in Soder- man and Hellberg. Forsta, cen ter, and Lathe, halfback, are ex pected to be the chief defenslTe hopes. ' ; V The team, has been 'drilled specially to resist a forward pass ing attack, such as Salem Is ex pected to nse; Fighting Finns 21 of them noted for speed. Intelligence, de ception, - possessed of L an . ample bag of well polished football tricks will endearor on Sweetland field today to retaliate ion Salem high school for the 12 to 8 defeat handed them on their iOwn field last year. -J ,;: J r; :: ';-.; It will be the first game for the red and black players on the local field this year, the f irst; opportun ity : Salem fans hare had to see the' Louie Anderson coached ag gregation in action. v Y.: WJth Bernard Temple warming the bench for at least i.a part of the game, the chances for a local victory are not considered any too bright. Temple has beecl the main stay of. the team.. His cool, eal . eulating. performance : as signal yelper;4 Jiis triple threat ability: i fa s-Vllf WVam.vUIj .. M ! VI UJ-.V7U AIV1U M UUU1U K . probably- unexcelled by any other mmm.. hm uiti xttt-ttt vnrtv r f r been the hope this year that Salem What wre tonignt would rank high. 1 -- . were favoring Dartmouth over Hollingberry announced an hie Yale" Cornell over Columbia. In- Temple's hard luck; in being dUna OTer Harvard and Navy over y,ppxee.riy m tne game against Pennsylvania, as the east looked A,u"n' Ula suowea up me awaca forward to . TOrtea of close, and so ioai me game enaea in a ue hard fougfft college footballs to- score, six to six. uoservers stateaimorrow that had ft not been for this mis fortune," Salem would hare won BANIE TIE. 6 TQ 6 CHEMAWA, Ore., . Oct, -8- ( Special) Blocking Quarterback Atkins kick on the Chemawa goal line and: falling -on it for -a touch down was the only thing that sav ed the Willlamette Bearcats from defeat at the : hands of the red skins here this afternoon. ; i The memorating the' occasion by win ning the Big Ten. championship Willamette had punted the ball f -w out of bounds on the Chemawa " - '". rT' n . v "B1BWO"1 pproca uui ui norrj five yard line and the redskins , ,,, . had lost yardage on a couple of , " plays when Atkins steppedback or two .rfer the dedication. to kick out f danger. DePoe Togt , waa WQ made Mlchlglui crKEt , No fewer than 10 of the major frames, inclndine these four loom-l nanairy. led as -naturals' in which any . , . 1 1IJI Jt . . ..... ue ics was iwiij ajurcu i tning might happen. The pros- Tempio naa not yet ! xuuy re- pect assured capacity crowds at all covered. He will not. start- the the big games with probably 250, game today, but he probably will ooo at the half dozen head liners, be rushed In If the Finns show! 70,000 of which were expected at unusual power, and the tide goes New Haven. against the locals. j - I In two of the main renewals of Robert Kelly, a fast thinker annual rivalries the Yale-Dart- with a clear voice, will sUrt at j month game at New Haven and quarterback In Temple's place, the. Cornell-Columbia battle at Kelly is new In this position, but Ithaca, the team which won last he had one year's experience at year appeared to be the underdog Parrlsh high school. He can pass I In the pro-game speculation. and punt with fair skill, and Is ai Dannonth was favored because baekfleld driver. - lot Its unbeaten record this year, ' Others starting in the backfield its rout of Harvard last week, and will be Blaco and Charles Kelley.ltbe power of its back field aces halfbacks; and Backs, fullback, j Lane and Marsters. although there Blaco and Backe are experienced (were many to! back Tale and its players, bnt Kelley Is a new find. 1 great star Caldwell. He has shown remarkable ability Both beatea once, Cornell and as a defensive man. : I Columbia on paper lapneared close Reserve backfield men are Joejly matched with no apparent rea King, dimJautlYe quarterback; sn lor this year's rather dlminu- Clen "Wilbur and Howard Waters.! "re edition 01 the "Mg red team halfback. Nelaom hi em crutehes. to be favored, except for its show and win not be available MtuI111" h the early part of , the losing the rame ajtamst Corrallia. Igame with Princeton last week. On the line. Coach Anderson probably will start Andresep, left end; Gottfried, left tackle; Dolby, left guard; , Lyons, center; F. Smith, right guard; Jones, right tackle; and - Giese or Ecker at right end. Kafonry and Adams, ends; a Tiniwa Onrv STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cal guards; and Orge, icente;, ar P- "(APJ-The University 1 -,v .:v Jof Oregon football team arrived , I here today with every man in . Ivnnil,' Inniilt1nn - nMnrMi To hat-! Whether Salem will depend np- r . '7 7 on a forward passing attack or "e the SUnford Card. tomorrow vit i mr. cot conference clash. Aggies, are , heavy, favorites to I score decisive victory, and there even . Is some talk that Coach "Pop" Warner will start his see- lond string, to save his first elev- ea for the stiff Washington con test aext week. -' The Red team Is rnlc Af-flt whI Vmit It muddy Jall which had been half who Duiidedf football at Michigan fumbled, and, lell on it for the to the point where Its popularity lone Dearcai counter. . iHam.nHorl mnA ia TTuutoif tti nT ine onemawa iaas snowea sur-i for . million-dollar amnhltheater. pnwng strengi a in me nne aes- So what could be more fitting pite the fact that they were far than that th eWolverlne football outweighed by the Willamette team add to the glory that Is men. They fought fiercely at ev- Yost's by giving his love a great ery stage. ; ?y-u --, ? ; (football team and a champion-! A 4 S yard race down the field Iship one by. Captain Fleury after receiving the kick-off put the ball on the! -Michigan now leads the pick as Willamette 20 yard line from favorite in the race for the Big where the Indiana took it over for Ten title. A few short weeks ago their touchdown in the second Minnesota, Northwestern. and half. A pass. Atkins to George, I even Ohio State, were conceded made 14 yards, and a fake line better chances. plunge around left end by Cemino I Ohio State has been whipped did the trick, Fleury kicked wide twiceby Michigan and North and lost the extra point - I western. Illinois has humbled Spec" Keene's men had ' the Northwestern. Little Indiana GO IS ToiErsinn Sports Done Brown By Norman . Brown, 1 big moras: TITLE III BM1CE Wipiild '-Wipe'v Out 0& i "ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct 28 Having opened Its new mammoth stadium with a -victory over Ohio State. Michigan university now nrinniT niirnniimii lr ' ' . ilnm in nn'iccoo.lPC llfNnfirrWliRrilWIlTFIIIlli WlftY DUinujirbULiiinvi 1 CHICAGO, Oct. 28. (AP) The football championship, of the western conference hangs In the balance tomorrow as Illinois and mothers hopes for further com- Michigan, undefeated in big ten competition or outside of It this year, meet at Urbana, in the out- ball in Chemawa territory almost! smeared Minnesota's record with all of the second half, twice taking a tie. the ball to within three yards of Now Michlr&n h- th de the goalonly to be held there for but faces a terrific schedule in trv. downs, or to lose the ball on air n -n rnr.A i fumble. ' f I ; TMrnf MmAa Tlltnnla Tl... -t.'l jt . .1 . . uurjug mtlMrn Then f tr 1ST. pimj tuu prciiciiy no j aenail nesota. was attempted by either team. The lineups: WILLAMMETTB 8 CHEMAWA T t I, 7- 7." Ruch !e- Meacheml nataA rf.,oa. nuuuwonu Humones .a..i 1 , wwbuo m wciieiBcia ule. - Two other games will , have a bearing on the championship sit uation with, . Minnesota engaging Wisconsin at Minneapolis and Chi cago, the conqueror ot Pennsylva nia, Purdue and j Indiana, trying to learn what: if anything is wrong at Ohio State. These battles together with Michigan-Illinois are all that will have a bearing - on the title, for northwestern, , Purdue, Indiana and Iowa will take on opponents outsids of "big ten" competition Northwestern will meet , Mis souri at Evanston, with Iowa en countering Denver at Iowa City, and Purdue mixing with Montana State at Lafayette. Indiana has gone east for a fling at Harvard, already cuffed about by Purdue and Dartmouth. Conservative estimates are that 67,000 to 70,000 will witness the Michigan-Illinois game in the Illi nois memorial stadium, with up wards of 65,000 viewing Minne sota and Wisconsin at Minneapol is, and 50,000 to 60,000 at Colum bus.. Illinois' victory over Northwest I era thrusts the Ulinl Into the thick McKenzie lg.. R. Peratrovich Ackerman ; ;.c .. ...1 Rush Mort . rg J. Peratrovich Glass rt ; ..'Brunce stock. Mumford ... Diets Cranor C. DePoe Lang .. .re. .qb .. lh rh . ., ..fb Substitutions: Chemawa; And Minnesota's 28 to 0 victory George I OTer Iowa atter the Indiana de- jtklnsl WttC1''' uciea mil tiero joest- Fleury M11 nd nIs crew re out for blood. ' 9r-ott Bot Michigan followers have on- r Micnigan nas not Deen scored on ard for George; Stagner for Rush; date meeUng Wisconsin and Johnson for Fleury; Ross for ow"B or ine conierence, as wen as Pratt . line lesser lights earlier. Willamette, R. DePoe for Mum- Onio state threatened the Wol ford: Hauk for Cranor t Kan f man serine goal nut once after scor- for Dietz: Roeers for Ackerman' ,nK on xsonnwestern. Propp for Glass; Wlnslow for C. DePoe. Willamette scoring: 'Touch downs, R. DePoe, 1. . Chemawa scoring: Touchdowns, Cemino, 1. ; Referee Huntington. It looks like a great year on the field to climax a great year building achievements at Mich! gan. - Root vie. Hfwe LIFT HA OWL : COX -OPTS AU- IVL 5UEEf OH THE. FUOCA COUGARS ARRIVE FOR AGGIE TILT CORVALLIS, Oct. 28. (AP) Coach Babe Hollingberry and his squad of Washington State college Cougars arrived here today in time for. a light workout on Bell field as the final preparation for the home coming game tomorrow with Oregon State. . Hollingberry announced all his men in good condition with the rgeular lineup ready to start. Steady rain today dispelled all hopes of a fast field and Increased the likelihood of breaks deciding an otherwise even game. Coach ' Paul J. Schissler put the Beavers through a final signal drill today andreported all men ready, except Carlson, guard, and possibly, Luby, half. w t g mm HI 1 1 rVT BE SHIFTED A BIT Oiler, quarterback and Gelser, fullback, played a wonderful game for Reed both offensively and de fensively . The Normal leamjwas too heavy for the boys f rOm Reed and the bewildering succession of reverses and fane reverses usea by the Normal backfield was a re minder of Stanford's recent de feat of O. A. C. Eckstein, Becken, Robertson and Meyers played well for the Normal school in the backfield. Captain McCrae was a tower of strength at the center o the line. j OREGON- STATE COLLEUL, Cervallis. Oct. 28. (Special) Some new faces may appear in th Oreron State startling line-up ecainst W. S. C Saturday. Coach Paul J. Schissler has Deen snui- ing men around and trying out reserves; In regular , oertns tnas week in an effort to Iron out the rough spots disclosed in the game with Stanford. He has been es pecially l- concentrating on the Orange forward wait . , I Tackle seems to be the position that is causing the most ditficul- tv lust i now. - Roscoe. Luce . ana Fred Schell, . the re'gular tackles, ma not; nlav very much in. the Stanford mix. They have been working some In ; practice with Del Scott, Harry i Kent, and Ray Pendleton alternating. , Del Scott Is a ISO pound six- footer from the reserve squad of last year. Harry Kent is only a sophomore this season but he has been showing considerable, abil ity. ' He tips the beam around 195 and stands six feet Pendleton matches Kent for weight and for height. He' "neYeV played foot ball before , coming to college , bnt has shown ' considerable aptitude under the tutelage of Coach' Schis sler.: Any of these men may have the 'call to start Saturday. Clare Badley and - Vern Ellen are very likely to start at th guard bCTsule Carlson, an other gnais was Injured in th. Stanford tilt and may sit on th. bench this, week. Reese Cochrat Is a dependable reserve for guard. Center will be xiuea oy hod Ged des and John Logan, will be seer, la action against the Cougars. The Orange backfield is not causing Coach Schissler so mu worry now. Carl Gllmore win play full. Dave Luby and Cotiu. Whitlock, regular halfbacks, an in condition to play. Luby is tlu Orange safety and Whitlock doe the punting. Smiling Howaru Maple will bark the 'signals. Within 15 years, says a pres sor, men will be wearing rouge o their" faces. Some men wear i now, but it's second hand. . Entire vaudeville circuit soh: for $30,000,000. The newspape didn't say how much was deduct ed for theb um Jokes. Newfoundland folk find a ball In the Atlantic ocean, and now folks are worryin which one of Babe Ruth's homers it is. OREGON TODAY mm In NORMAL BEATS REED 32 TO 0 LINFIELD TIES WITH PACIFIC on the condition of the Held this! aftersoo. Coach Anderson tadH ated. Since the Jefferson and Albany games, the local machine has de-j veloped a smoothness of perform-j , ance which has not been evidenced! before and in polishing off work- fee srftAil i si wsk tiK f Ha AvMnttnn wuu W ww., uw v; Tfc XH-ootnn mA ' - ! VS evmim sfc wwwask mmm MaW juukou BWU. . ITTtkrAar Anita wtin, mr raMnHn In the Astoria Hne-np vlfl be frQm inJnrlea The pr0babie llne. asanas wew ww OREGON .rw.:.. .. Wetxel nna fnllnw? the Astoria basketball team In thelg.pQ tournament last year. Tuey are n-lfl-nn- Luthe,' lithe forward, and berg, who played guard. The game will start en Sweet-! Freeman . Robesky . MeCreery JTt- land field at 2:80 o'clock. Of-Pa,t clals will be Mason, p. A. C ref- seimaa eree; Farley, O. A. C empire; I warden and Purvine, Oregon, head lines- jje-mfa j. IHUI .rg... C-1 . . McMINNVILLE, Ore., Oct 28 (AP) The Linfleld coUege wild cats and Pacific university foot ball teams battled to a nothing to nothing tie here today In a sea of mud and water before a wild Lin- field homecoming crowd, i The first half was slow for both teams. the water and mire making it im possible to use broken field work. But in the last half Linfleld twice threatened to cross the aBdbers goal, line. Fumbles robbed the Wildcats of their chances to score. The scoreless tie advances nei ther team in the conference stand ing, laving both teams at the hot-! torn with two games lost and one tied. , ? art asms 51 U. PITT. Football surprises are so num erous these days that it's an upset when a' favorite wins. whites of their eyes," Is a good "Don't shoot until you see the slogan for soldiers, all right. But what if the enemy wears smoked glasses? A Brooklyn man says the gov ernment owes him 818,000,000. Must be just another Income tax mistake. . Fine feathers make -poor . bill payers. , , " Monmouth, Oct 28. (Special ) Monmouth normal sehool beat Reed College 32 to 0 on the nor mal field today. The normal school kicked off to Reed on the 10 yard line. Reed returned 16. After making two first downs. Reed lost the ball to the Norman ona fum ble. Normal passed King to Reece for 15 yards and Eckstien on two line bucks went through center for a touchdown. . The bal ance of the half was' all in favor of the Teachers and ended with a 13 to 0 score. -In the second half the Normal put in almost a complete nev,- team and the first five minutes of ' play developed into a kicking dual. - Meyers, normal . school quarter back, got away, thru center for a 25 yard run, placing the ball on Reed's 30 yard line. Eckstein on a fake reverse carried the bajl 15 yards and a moment later a for ward pass. King to Meyers, went for a touchdown. ; "How I Mv Jt- maa. ... Startles; XJnevpe . Astoria Lanes. - L.E. R. Jeffers L.T.R. Bowers L. G. R. Font a Nieml ' R.G.L.; Morfltt - R.T.L. Thompson R. S. ll . Anderson - . Q. i Lethe L. H. R. - Sodermes R.R.I. Hellberg T. ; -qb-rh. I Wilton S1" Hoffman Giese I Ah. .fb. Weems . Hodgen Stadelmaa MeCutchen Woods Handley . Woodle . Bnrnell Gould Williams r. sJSS WOODBURN HIGH BEATS MOLALLA ' Lyons JOolby Gottfried Andresen Woodburn high school defeated IMaIaTIa hlrk arhAnl at tCAAfinrn R. Ksllyjye4Urd4y afternoon. It to 0, Full- u. &euy beck Harllss et Molalla slaved a Blaco I wonderful game but he lacked co- Backet operation of his fellows. Assistant Coach Leatle Sparks of the Wll- astoria. Oct. 18. (AP), llamette university Bearcats offl Coach Lloyd Sowers and his As-I dated. r Crisis Ajpproached in Far West Football Situation GAN FRANCISOO. Oet. 28. I (APL Undefeated; - far western elevens, caught in the vortex of a - thrilling season's i footbau cam paign, "clash tomorrow'- in games which may tumble the champion ' ship hopes of at least - one- great '. team. : ':. - . r ii::i''-i!V University of California: and the University of Southtrn California, both undefeated but the - latter tied by Stanford, virtually staked their Pacific coast futures on the outcome of tomorrow's contest at Los Angeles. ! Experts, finding nothing to choose between the teans as to comparative strength, tendered their observations with predictions that "breaks" may de- cLta the frame. A; capacity crowd cf tctween 75. CCO and 80,000 is xc!.- Eone 0,000 ;perona r:.".rtler!i California will le t' j ; - Stanford.', also ; possessing v clean conference slate except for a tie game, Is conceded an edge over the visiting University of Oregon squad, but Coach Warner cautioned , his' players that a con test Is not ewr tintll the final gnh has sounded. ' . J- ; 1 v ' Washington State 4 and Oregon State,-both r'eoTered -trom crush ing 'j defeats ; last "rweek match strength at. 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