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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salen Oregon. Saturday Morels?,- Oclc&tr Z5, 1333 r
Colorful Grid Spectacle
Prospect for Today on ;
Sweetland Meld at 2:30
55 Haldane... ..;
61 Jones. i
59 Phflpott ...
58 P. Carpenter...
9 J. Smith..:..-..:;.
47: DePoe...L.. I.:
57 L. Johnson .
Official: Mike Moras, W.
bard, umpire; Grant Swan, O. S.
Salem, timekeeper. . ' . j i'
j Reserres--Willamette :"AHnian 3. Baldwin i, G. Carpenter-
24, Chlpley 17, Deeta 2a, -Drager'19, TanU 21, Felton 2, Gibson
2; Gill 44, Gretsch 42. Gribble tO, Girod 22, Gottfried 40, Honck
25, Kaiser 23, Lng 60, Xarson 45, McAneny 41, Paal 12, Sin
clair 53, Tweed 4. Welsser 54. v
; i Puget Sound Blafck 9, Sasperson 45. Enochs 39. Grimes 50,
Henderson 165, McLean 1, Raleigh 23, Sprenger 33, Tuve 21,
Waxdin 7. Weicking 34, Dabroo 41. Slatter 2, Bates 48, Dickin
son 40, Link 32, Keglej 52, Bowers 1C, Sconce 13, Kasselman 53.
mHE most "collegiate" football spectacle of the year for
A Salem will enfold itself this afternoon at 2;30 o'clock
on Sweetland field when the Methodist hosts of the north
west engage in civil war Willamette vs. College of Puget
Sound. It is also the first college game of the season in
Salem. . ' - - ', '-
' 'J '' .' . ' Numerous 1 factors contribute
Did we or didn't we, men
'..p tkw at week or o ago that S-"
lent high appeared to have
j nomethina; of a football team?
: There's little question about it :
j new. Still, there's Eugene and
- rl Chemawa to watch oot for yet.
..''not to say Jledford which
comes up this next week on
'-'' foreign sciL Get by , those
1 three and nerbafM some we've
: orerlooked, , and . Salem high
I will have great chance to
i participate in the bi Portland
game this full, and that's
something to work toward.
; Yea, football players need.-an
: Incentive. Sometimes It's fear of
, a coach's rough edged, tongue,
other times , it's a chance to be
All-American or to make one's
"it earn national champion or
' something just as important see
,' tlonally. : The --man wBo, has
: achieved All-American already Is
- . sometimes forthat very reason In
a bad fix, like Napoleon or who-
ever ft. was that-sighed for new
; j worMsto conquer. ' .
The hoys with (he ' little
rlubedid a good Job on tat OI
- lager field yesterday; it wasnt
- until thelast quarter, that the
; crowd got out on the field to
help the boys play Keep It np
t and mmm day it aaay be record
ed that the gridiron was left te .
j the players' and officials, '
- Coach ParkerS3jrvallIs did
" tils test to keepie game color
'-: ful:;.when all the Jerseys turned
the color of mud. he'd send la . a
'fresh one on a substitute's back.
Huntington ought to have
So gat practice . Ut dribble
day;; fumble the hall, pick it
upland gala 20 yards. .
Some.ot the boys criticised
Toremaa's running oat of
'bounds. We happen to know it's
: Holly's orders, so blame Holly;
e h Can stand it. But we've seen
; some mighty good ball tossers do
it -lust as eonsiatenthr. And Trnx
U - " 1 made a lot of varda before taklnr
to the prairies. A couple of times
several of those 1 trespassers
, - . .
, i , : - ,wmf ww mwmwrmi
j i 'there still no press box at
: ;i , Sweetland fteld. - , -
Another .example, of the evils
- 'S ' J over ?myui. ua spuria
s waiie an tht is were at the
: . j, fight : the, other highly somebody.
. - stole spare tires 'off; Ralph KleU
J ing and Ed Donnelly's ears
: while they too were at the fight,
" ; h Bt netxLunto't Moorn.
cH':i ibecswae tie nsade- tlv
Tt - --
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-js. vf - a if uiii xr man
pullman; Wuh . net. . u: - i
' . . lAri Tne couaar vaek. - elawa
; 'v; ..dripping, and bared, fs ready te
5 pounce on-Montana Gristly Bear.
" ins ton state eouece football tea
: ; ! , fighting for the conference cham-f-?:$U
Pionship, meet Major t Prank W.
-si f; Mi Milbnrn eleven en. Rodgers field
e V'-i tomorrow afternoon in what even
,.-;vif- MMbnrn expects-. to he a rent tor
' -the crimson cats."; v :
i&t t& -ikrwe save the lightest : eleven
fi la a:long, long time? Major Ull-
burn said. The best we can bat on
::'fti:iVt;th Oeld averages lit pounds per
-' rvr f manj and Besides; we're meeting
. ::.; -the' Cougars with three regulars.
' -I a guard, a tackle and fullback, ab
.,; - V sent.' They.. -were hurt la the Moa-
-j V:i, --tana-state -game last saturaaj.
-'t', -p-rBttt."; ke added, fThe Courart
... haven't won the game yet.-we're
f going to give them everything we
- nave." - . -..,, . . ni
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S. C, "referee;
Roy Lamb, Lom-
C.-nead linesman; Cliff Parker,
1 to the designation of the annual
wjuamette-C. P. S. more typical
ly "collegiate'than any other in
which the local school engages.
When played on the local field it
has usually been the homecom
ing game, as it is today, and the
presence of several hundred, "old
grads" adds much to the impres
siveness of the occasion.
Tnen again, the rivalry be
tween v. these two schools has
grown up in a way that contri
butes to the same result. Both
Methodist schools, situated close
enough ygether for frequent in
terchange of formal courtesies
Dut too tar apart for skirmishes
of vandalism such as used to
prevail, they are not bitter en
emies, but friendly enemies. This
reduces . not a whit the spirit
wun which i their teams battle,
but does make for a more seem
ly exchange of rooting across. the
gridiron than might otherwise
iFor a third reason, each
school has acquired the habit of
sending a big delegation of root
era to these games, and the
'collegiate" Atmosphere thrives
where there Is no monopoly on
noise ana enthusiasm.
Clow, Kxrittaa? ',.
And If a fourth Is needed. It
la that the football teajns of
these two schools' hare ..always
been about as. evenly matched aa
cenld be wished. In ten games,
the margin. e victory either way
has been more than two touch
downs only , once and that was
ten years ago.-
Today's game promises to be
ao exception, with Puget Sound
showing signs of "arriving" after
a poor season last year : and a
mediocre start this year. College
of Idaho was no . more able to
score on Paget, Sound than on
Willamette," and-the Loggers ex
hibited plenty of scoring profi
ciency in their victory over Lin
fleld by the same margin which
Pacific, billed as a championship
contender,, was able X6 achieve.
The weather man predicts no
more rain, for this morning and
11 ne is correct, sweetland field
will not be In tad condition,
thanks to Its' drainage which is
excellent up .to ' a certain , point.
However, even If the day la fair
the ball may be slippery and
that will suit the Loggers whose
defense against rannlar plays Is
stronger than its ability to atop
passes. . - j .. ;
Statesman lea rue bowl in r last
night was characterised ; bw . low
scores, absence of players and ho
straight game, sweeps Sjunfrese
and Day and Nlles won one and
tied one each: Carson's Paarmaev
took In Stiff Furniture ': company
iwo out ox inree games; s cmnmns
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treatment to Capital Dairies men.
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U. S. C. Favorite Because
Warner Team Seems to
r Lack Scoring Punch.
- By R. J. NSWLAND
SAN, FRANCISCO, Oct 24
AP) With all the preliminary
shouting over and -the opinions
of experts already aired through
the medium of several hundred
columns of newspaper space, this
section of the, country settled
down today to that , period of
watchful waiting' that always pro
cedes one of. the biggest football'
games ot the year--the annual
encounter between Stanford's
Cardinals and Southern Callfor-
ia's Trojans. , " -
They meet tomorrow at Palo
Alto and.' exactly 87.400 custom
ers nave laid .cash on the line to
assure Stanford of. a sellout and
the far west of Its largest crowd
tor the season to date.
Opinion aa to the outcome Is
dMded but in the main. Southern
California ft a slight favorite to
chalk up a third successive vic
tory over Its keenest rival of the
gridiron.', Breifly, the Trojans'
chances are considered the best
because they- have played better
football In their games so fir, de
spite a 7- defeat by Washington
Stanford won ltr first and only
coast conference clash from Ore
gon State 13-7, but Southern
California trimmed the same
team 27-7. ; Comparative scores
mean little in this ge of stun
ning reversals but the fact re
mains Stanford has shown none
ot the scoring punch its follow
ers looked for before the season
Those for and against the Car
dinals agree that Coach Glenn
Warner has assembled a great set
of backfield men: has eoninned
them with plays steeped in trick
ery and In formation C aa devls-
eaa system or oiiense that is as
near perfect as one can be yet
something has failed to click. In
side the ten yard line Stanford
has been about as effective- as a
first rate high school team. It
was- held to a scoreless tie by
Minnesota because the touchdown
punch was lacking.
With most of the attention at
tracted to this-sector, three oth
er conference -games will claim
some of the spotlight in the
northwest. California's Bears
and Washington's Huskies meet
In their annual tilt with, prospects
of rain and a soggy field at Se
attle. Observers figure the out
come aa a tossup, despite Coach
Jimmy Phelan's announcement
that his Washington squad la
"not so good."
Washington State and Orea-on.
like Stanford, undefeated In con
ference play, will take on easy op
ponents. Washington State meets
Montana at Pullman. Wash and
Oregon clashes with a lighter Ida-
no squad at Eugene.
Golf Ball Hits
LOS ' ANGELES. Oct. .24
(AP) Hitting a woman 4Srer
the heart with a self ball is co-
lag to bring Exra Stevens, oil ex
ecutive, g wife. Next, month. It
was announced today he will
marry Marjery Cooper, sister Of
the golf professional, (Light-
borse) Harry Cooper. Vic- -
While playing on -the links at
Phoenix, .Arts., last January,
Stevens drove a bill which struck
lilis Cooper In the chest, Cupid
was astride-It. They met, fell in
love , and decided to marry.
Unbeaten"; List of 17 to
- By ALAN GOULD
NEW YORK. Oct. 24l f API
The business of whittling down
the list of college . gridiron con
tenders for sectional or national
championship honors, in : prepar
ation for the dash down tha No-
yembeT'1 stretch, should, be boom
ing all along the ptgskln fronts
tomorrow, to the accompaniment
of a few million assort ede outcries V
from the onlookers;
SO far. thelwindllnr collection
Of MM etterc Tf hAa . tmhriMid
UMl 'mattrm MknuJ
Washington state en the- Pactic
coast, uta,a lit the Rocky moun
taia; fastness. Kansas -la 'the Bir
Six fold, Northwestern, Michigan
and Wisconsin' til the BIr Ten?
Alabama, TaadrbUt. Georgia. Flo
rida and Kentucky, in the South-
era confereneeNotre Dame "at
large.!: Fordham J New'Tork nnh
and Army along the eastern frost.
Six of the undefeated and un
tied brigade battle among : them
selves tomorrow in a further ef
fort to thin the ranks of the major
title contenders, while most ot the
others face strong opposition.--
. ' Alabama, whose powerful and
unbeaten array snapped the long
winning streak of Tennessee last
Saturday, s. tackles Vanderbilt at
Blrmlagham In a Southern confer
ence contest.; It Is a standout con-
teat la-Dixie, between two closely
matched teams, with Florida, Ken
tucky and Georgia all strongly fa
vored to continue their - winning
streaks, and Tulane. the. 1S29
cbAmplon makinr a stand against
Georgia - Tech in . another head-
.The east and west, as a. result.
can breathe ' a trifle easier with
none of - the foremost southern
teams on a raiding expedition this
wtk,i trytag to z dosUcate the
smashing triumphs scored so far
by Dixie's favorites. The invasions
tomorrow are confined to Mtesls-
' MONMOUTH, Oct, 2i. Stu
dents of the Oregon Normal
school held , a very lively, "pep"
rally Wednesday night as a bit
of opening drama featuring the
football battle to occur Saturday
with Chico, California, Teachers'
college eleven, at Chico. "Shorty
Grund," andjCy Remie, yell lead
ers,' and Lena and Frances Frla
sell song leaders, kept the con
tingent on the qui vive with live
ly tactics: - and - the pep band
contributed materially to the ex
hilaration and enthusiasm ot the
entire assemblage. '-
Thursday morning the 22
men. Coaches Wolfe and cox,
and several Interested townsfolk
Including Mayor H. W. Morlan,
left by automobile for - Chico.
Last year O. N, S. played Chico
in Multnomah - stadium, - winning
a 12-0 victory. The Chico squad
has already .iron by a ,0 8-0 score
from Humboldt coUege.' c!hicii
Monmouth defeated - last, - week
with a score of 33-0. Chlco'S
team Is said to be heavier, faster
and much more" powerful than
their last year's aggregation. An
other derogatory element for
Monmouth Is that Chico at this
time of ' year experiences very
warm weather. To help antici
pate this exigency, Coach Wolfe
has equipped his men with white
jerseys bearing large red numer
als on the back.
"Success begets success," ac
cording to one philosopher, and
Monmouth has three major win
nings for the season: - Centralis
Junior college 19-0; Belungham
Normal, at Multnomah stadium,
a night game in which Mon
mouth got the long end of a
26-0 score; and last week tney
defeated Humboldt college, 33-0.
The opening game of the season
was lost to Pacific university at
Forest Grove, score 7-0.
Whoever wins at ' Chico, Its
going to be a great football
game, the Monmouth players
Oregon state college,
Corvallis, Oct. 24 Oregon State's
football .team will go into action
here Saturday night at 7:30
o'clock against Coach Eldon Jen
ne's Pacific university eleven in
a non-conference, game. This will
be the sixth game of the season
for the Orangemen who have al
ready won three and lost two con
tests. Coach Paul J. Schissler has
been running his Orange eleven
through some tough practice ses
sions this week not only la pre
paration for the Pacific encounter
but also for the clash with Wash
ington State Cougars at Portland
November 1. The Cougar game
has always been a nip and tuck
battle and this year promises, to
be no exception.
Showing their potential ability
by holding the powerful Stanford
eleven to a 13 to 7 score the Or
angemen are-doped to be just
right for the games with Pacific
and Washington State.
Probable starting lineup for
Paciflo Oregon State
Frost........ LE Lovejoy
Berney. ;....:LT. ..... Hylton
Cone. ........ 1X3 'Puttie
Lemcie ..... i R0 ... . Englestad
Beach. ...... RT. ...... Young
sraenmann . . . HE Davis
Nlzon ........ Q Ward
Charlton RH . . . Leggett
Acheson. . , . . . F Peterson
em due to
slppl'a visit to Chicago and Cen
tre's Jaunt into the Northwestern
The dominating east-west affair
of the day invplves Notre Dame
and Pittsburgh at the Pitt stadi
um. At least 45,000 apecuters
wui watch these two undefeated
arrays with tha sensational Irish
favored to add the Pitt Panther's
hide to the scalp of the Carnegie
rew xora s urex is tne Dattie-
f CTOniKf tar thtw VfetTAIWkllta lihiM.
pionshlp scrap hetweea Ford ham
and t Ne w - York university. both
undefeated and et to perform be
fortf upwards of 75,000 in the
Yankee stadium; "
" More than 78.000 ' will r pack
Yale? howl to see west ?oIflt.at-
tempt to complete a man-aued joe
-heating Harvard - and Yale on
successive. Saturdays. Army , al
ready has the crimson scalp, but
the undefeated .rkaydete" hare
Alble Booth and a rapidly-improv
ing blue line to contend with, to
Dartmouth's Indiana havj been
on rampage so far. but they are
likely te run late-trouble at Har
vard, especially if the crimson
shows its fall strength again. Navy
and" Princeton come to grips ea
the letter's field, each seeking to
regain some so? ttered laereis.
The biggest &owd la the Big
Tea circuit,, around ,75.000. will
watch? Michigan's battle .to over
throw the somewhat battered lor-
ees of Illinois and keep step with
Northwestern tend . "Wisconsin In
the championship race. The Wolv
erines are favorites. - Northwest-
ern'a title aspirations are not In
volved In Its game with jCaetre
Wisconsin, after the way. It tramp
led Chicago and u Pennsylvania,
alms-to depose f . the lingering
hopes of Purdue, H2f . champion
of the Big Ten, bat the Badgers
have their task cut out tor them.
Chemawa Eleven is Cheered
Oh way at Peppy Rally;
Faces Hard Contest
CHEMAWA. Oct. 24 Led by
the school band an auditorium
full of students bubbling over
with songs, yells and school spirit
put on the peppiest pep meeting
tonight Chemawa's footballers
have be eh this season. - All ot
which proved, to the players that
a loys0 student body would be
pulling hard for them in spirit If
nof in perso nwhen they tackle
the Astoria high team at Astoria
It the team pats as much fire
and punch Into the game as the
band blew Into "On Chemawa,"
or the girls sang-in the 'Red-and
White," or the'boya yelled out of
"Fight 'em RedsWnB,- they
should come, back, home - wltlf
more than one belt full of dang
ling scalps. But If the Chiefs
are to come home on the "long
end of the score they will surely
have to fill more than one tough
For more reasons than one the
Redskins will have to do- some
thing Saturday. Though they
have not played a single high
school team in the valley their
showing against other teams have
been such that they are almost
read out ot the race for the Wil
lamette valley championship and
saiem, by virtue of Its over
whelming victory over the strong
Corvallis eleven, Is looming as a
If the general feeling of the
student body was expressed by
those who rose to their feet to
make remarks then Coach Dow
nie's braves will have to do battle
today in a way that is different
from the brand they have ex
hibited so far.
Contrary to any habit of his
Coach Downie ordered every play
er whom has been selected to start
the game to remain entirely away
from the field Thursday. Wheth
er this was done to giro them a
rest or to drill the reserves whom
he is likely to start is not known.
However every man reported for
a light workout Friday and for
the first time this season stuck
their cleated ehoes In the mud.
The coach and 22 men left ear
ly this morning for the scene of
tne battle. Except for Albert
Miller, right end and Rot Meach
em, fullback: and Warren Wilder,
right half who are sufferings with
luraea anues, tne team that usu
ally starts are In good shape nhy-
sically. . ' '
The Redskins starting line-up
Is apt to be: Albert Miller, rirht
end; Wllliim Jones, right tackle;
Howard Churchill, right cuard:
Lonnle Weeks, center; Peter Le
vey, left guard; George Thomp
son, ieit tacue; Leonard Ylvette,
ieii ena; uowa - Franklin, quar
terback; Warren Wilder, right
half; Roy Meachemp fullback;
Wallace Hosie. left half.' . Others
making the trip are: Dominic Dog
cagie, reier tmmons, ends; Clif
ford Iron Moccasin. 'Alnhons
Hoptowlt, tackles; Clifford Case,
uanis Brown, Harry Archambean,
guaras, rea sanaberg, center;
Charles Motscbmaff. quarterback.
Elmer Kaiama, right half and
Murray McClusky, left half.
EUGENE. Ore., Oct. 24. (API
Mickey Dolan, Portland, knock
ed out Kid Mahoney, Eureka, Cal.,
in tne tourtn rouna of a ten round
main event fight here tonight, Dd-
land weighed 135, Mahoney. 131.
The bout was a slugfest while
it lasted. Dolan knocked Mahoney
to the mat just after the bell had
ended the second round. Mahoney
refused to claim a foul and came
back after six minutes rest.
He came back - fighting and
dropped Dolan twice In the third
round.' He lacked the power to
put him out, however, and Jn the
fourth Dolan knocked Mahoney to
the canvas' three - times . before
landing the final punch.
v Chuck Borden, -149," Eugene,
and Browney Baskirk, 154., The
Dalles, foaght a six round draw.
Buskirk Is a cousin ot Buss Bus-
kirk. Pendleton, who was knock
ed out by Borden. in eacn or me
last two fight eards' here '"V
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' Promotion for the Willamette
Whitman football "game is being
planned locally- by aO group r ef
university students, alumni -. and
business men," the aim being to
secure i a far larger . attendance
of , Salem cKisens and .' people
from up and - down the valley
than ? heretofore -have " gone to
Willamette football, encounters.
? .- Unless the dope Is upset, the
game . here between the Mission
aries and the Bearcats. Saturday.
November 21, will be one tor the
northwest championship, v. Whit
man has yet to down Idaho and
Pacific .and- Willamette ' has ; to
beat Linfield-aad the College ef
Paget Sound, v"'.". 7 r
...The speeial committee named
by Lestle Sparks, athletie man
ager at WilUmetle, will meet
Tuesday, October s 21, at ,u the
chamber of commerce here to
discuss , means ef giving . special
publicity to ;thr game and .thus
to seeure a- crowd to eaual - the
large turnout last - Thanksgiving
Red and Black Juggernaut
Rolls Over Corvallis to
25-0 Win; Still Unbeaten
By JIM NUTTER '
The red and black football team of Salem high sent
Corvallis high home with the small end of a 25 to 0 score
yesterday The Salem men emerged from the struggle on
dinger field with a dean slatje and dirty suits.
Four times the Corvallis boys saw their goal line
crossed by the irresistible machine, but never let up and
were fighting hard when the firO;
nal whistle blew.
Salem received the opening
kickoff and returned the ball to
the 40 yard line and Immediate'
ly started a march .-toward the
goal that the maroon nd blue
players could not stop. Sugai
and Weisser accounted for most
of the yardage which put - the
ball on the Corvallis 20 yard
With fourth down and five
yards to go, Foreman called tor
a reverse pass and . managed to
get the muddy pigskin to Weis
ser for the first 4own on the J5y
The advance was a trifle slow to
suit Sugai who made another
ten yards on the next play hit
ting through the line.
On the next play Weisser hit
the line for a small gain.- Once
more Lee was given the ball and
started forward, as before but
just as he reached the line he
shifted over three steps and went
around the end untouched. The
try for point was lost as the ball
Remainder of First
Half Close Battle
The rest of the first quarter
was given over to exchanging
punts with Corvallis holding the
edge. Foreman was unable to
get the wet ball oft for - good
kicks. Trux was handicapped
on returning punts as his sub
stitute Kitchen was not in suit
and Foreman being the only
quarterback- often ran the ball
out of bounds to avoid going
out of the game on an injury.
No scoring, was done in the
second yquarter and Corvallis
held the ball most of the time.
Several -passes were completed
on Salem during this period with
Avery and Keasey doing the
tossing. The outstanding fea
ture of Salem's playing the first
half was the marvelous , game
which Captain. Geise played at
end. Time and again he was
down with the ball on punts and
either grounded them . or the
safety man. The halt ended
with Corvallis In possession of
the ball on the Salem 40.
The second half Corvallis re
ceived the ball on the kickoff
and returned .it to the Salem 45
yard line. The beautiful play on
the kickoff could In no way he
equalled and pants were ex
changed. After the second ex
change Sugai hit through the
line' and ran so yards to place
the ball on the Corvallis 15 yard
Fumble for Once
The next play Sugai fumbled
the ball, picked It up and skirted
right end to place the ban on
the one- yard - line. Weisser
again went over the line using
a beautiful - dive. Corvallis
blocked the place kick.
Corvallis elected to receive the
kickoff but Salem was '"on" and
DeMarais, sub halfback, ' inter
cepted a Corvallis pass. Coach
Parker's men saw themselves be
ing pushed back and back. First
and ten for Salem on the maroon
17 yard line. More smashes and
runs by the Salem backs and
first and goal on the five yard
line came. A Corvallis man
came. In straight up to' tackle
Weisser on the next play and
when Lee rammed him with his
head time out was taken for the
unfortunate tackier. ' 1
"; The quarter ended with the
at Walla Walla when the Wi
lamette e!evenitook the. north
west conference - football title
from the Missionaries. -
Santa Barbara State College
13. WhltUer College t.
At Santa Clara: Santa Clara
,14, Olympic S. v
At Ashland, Va.: Randolph-
Hacoa 12, .Lynchburg t.
At Flndlay, . Ohio: Bowling
oreen e, Flndlay . (tie.)
At Wlnfleld.-Kan.: Pittsburgh
Teachers ZS southwestern 0.
.At Georgetown, Ky.: Transyl
vania 0. Georgetown College 13.
At 1 Emporia Ksa.: Hays ,14,
college of Emporia 0. -
At Jefferson City, Tenn.: Car-
son-Newmaa 7. Tnsdlum 1. .
RusseOTfile, Ky.t Tenn,
rvij insi. v, uetnei. uoiiege. tV
rAt OorvaHls: Oreron. Froh e
O: S; Cv Rooks 7. c - . i
At-Caldwell: College of , Idaho
fV.tQiumbU Ualvarsity rv "
Ah-, Salem t Salem 2 ' CorvaT
H6'" . .-'7 -
At Dallas: DalUs Stayton'f:
rrAt Pomandr Lincoln '7, Grant
At Eugenei Eugeae lt,' Al-
; At Prlneville:
Redmond 0. '
.1At?Oregon. Cityi . Oregon 'City
1-Silvertoa-t. " " " .
t At HeaClnnvOle: Veafianrille
12, Hillsboro 0. . . i
r.Al?4 Wtot : Hood : River
12, White Salmoa 0. - : --At
Beaverton: Beaverton 34.
Atsara a. . - , .
Silverton Loses -1
: tliw-ERTON, pcC fCSpe-elal)--lni
aa even football game
here today la which Silverton htrfc
school players , failed to;, get he
Don 2aarshal. received, a Wp In
jury ; early -li the game,, wWch
caused: the Silverton bova 1a 1am
I thelr-flghtlag aplrf., -
ball on - the opponents six inch
line. For the third time Weisser
crossed the goal line as the
fourth quarter started. A pass
was attempted for extra point.
Brings two More ,
Sugars kickoff -went over tne
Corvallis goal line and one of
those backs tried to return it
and got to his own one yard line.
PuntaJ were exchanged and fore
man made an end run to the op
ponents' 15.: Four piays car
ried "the ball only to the seven
yard.-Une where it was lost On
downsv Trux returned the Cor
vallis punt to the 15 yard line
with- the aid of some .good inter
ference by his team mates. Hard
noundinr put the ball on the
one foot line and "Hank1 Cross.
sub halfback, rammed the line
for the final touchdown. Cor
vallis got anxious on the try for
point and it went to Salem on an
offside making the final score
25 to 0.
Holly" Huntington put in a
number of his reserves here who
proved to be over anxious and
were penalized several times lor
offside. Corvallis made a bold
stand and advanced to the Salem
35 yard line as the game ended.
Adams LE.. W. Joslin
Schriebner LT Ash
Coffee LG .- Post
Reid t . C . . . . Plttman
Querry. ...... .RG. . McFadden
, .RT snuitz
. RE. . . Griswold
. .Q Avery
. LH .... Keasey
. RH.- Beals
. . F . . . . D. Joslin
Referee, Sparks; umpire, Cra
nor; head linesman, Adams.
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7 TO 6
ioslin's Goal Kick Victory
Margin; Lilian! Star
Of Eugene Eleven
CORVALLIS. Ore., Oct. 24.
fAP) The Oregon State Rooke
nosed out a close 7 to I victory
over the University of Oregon
Frosh here tonight.
The Rooks scored on an Inter
cepted pass and Joslin. , who
speared it, converted for the extra
Lillard, Frosh left half, scortd
the' victors' only touchdown on a
60 yard run through the entire
, The field was wet, the weather
cold and numerous fumblts
marred the game.
The Frosh team approached the
Rook goal line several times b.-t
each time were turued back vr
reversed on "penalties.
Lilian! Is big
Star of Contest
LiUard, Frosh negro,' was tfce
outstanding player of the garce.
He passed, kicked and carried the
ball for most of the Frosh gains.
In the last period he would have
scored a touchdown had not h5s
team been penalized IS yards for
The Frosh ran back the opening
kickoff to their own 38 yard line
and continued advancing to tfce
Oregon yearlings' 12 yard line.
Three attempts to gain through
the line failed and an incompleted
pass gave the ball to the Rooks.
Harms kicked to Lillard who
brought the ball back to his own
48 yard line. The play remained
near the center of the field for tie
balance of the quarter.
The first score came in the third
quarter when Joslin intercepted a
forward pass and ran it back If
yards for the touchdown.
Chicago's 34-0 defeat by the
Northwestern football team Is the
worst the team has been trampled
in 29 years. In 1900, Wiscorsin
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