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PAGE FOURTEEN - The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregok, Scnday Morning. Norember 9, 1930
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L 11 TIES
Five of Them in 3rd Period
After Slow Start; air
LOS ANGELES, Not. 8. (AP
The : Trojans .of the University
of Southern California, unlike
their mythical adversaries, the
.Greeks, had no horse to take into
the annual football game with the
University of California, but the
.men of Troy could not haTe been
mors Impressively mounted than
they were on foot as they rode
rough-shod over the Bears. 74 to
Only In the first period was the
game a contest, in soutnerner
starting slowly and scoring on! 7
eirht noints in the ooenlnr Quar
ter. They gained momentum aj
they went along and the score wa
28 to 0 at half time as part of the
capacity crowd of nearly 82,000
looked on in shocked surprise.
The third period was more remin
iscent of a field day than foot
ball, the Trojans running up a
count of 33 for the chnkker and
adding a final 13 points in the last
inning when Coach Howard Jones
had practically cleared his bench
The score broke all re-.ords for
the 15-year-old rivalry between
the two universities. Never before
had a Trojan-Bear battle been
two score points of such a one
sided rout. .The best previous
U. C. L. A. . Oregon 7.
Stanford 25. Washington 7.
Washington State 33. Idaho 7.
California 0, Southern Califor
California Frosh 13, Stanford
San Diego Marines 18, College
of Pacific 13.
University of New Mexico 6,
New Mexico Aggies 14.
Bellingham Normal 0, College
of Paget Soifnd 0.
Wyoming 21, Colorado Aggies
Vseofe" Soutlsfn: California had
made was 27 to 0" and California's
high against the Trojans wai 3S
to 7. The Trojans score 28 points
in the first game p'ayed. in 1915,
but California registered ten.
Fighting at End
California fought bravely and
thp Bears were snarling and biting
at the heavily armored Trojans as
the game ended in fast gathering
darkness but while the spirit wai
willing, the flesh was weak and
California had no defense for the
powerful offense loosed by the
Southern California. was ex
pected by the rail birds to elect
to keep Its feet on the ground and
depend on its vaunted power plays
to crush the Bears, with the air
route in reserve. As a matter of
fact that passing game was the
winners most effective scoring
After an early lead seemed safe
beyond recall, the Trojans turned
to the overhead game with utter
abandon, tossing passes lonr end
i . a m
snort trom every sector, even
from deep in their own territory.
It did not seem to make much
difference who threw the passes
or to what target.
Duf field tossed one to Arbel
bide for a net rain of 66 yards as
a starter, and Wilcox caught an
other from Duffield's pitching that
was good for 75 yards and a
touchdown. Shaver threw U Mohl
er for a gain of 74 yards and to
show that he colud throw them
as well as catch. Mohler passed
to Plaehn for 30 yards.
Lineun and summary
California Southern California
Thornton L.E Wilcox
. RT E. Smith
Beckett , . . .
Medanch. . .
C. Handy. .
. . Baker
East RH Pinckert
R. GUI F Musick
Score by periods: '
California .... 0 0 0 0 0
S. C. . . . 8 20 33 13 74
. Southern California scoring:
Touchdowns Husick 3, pinckert,
Duffield. Wilcox, Mohler (sub for
Duffield) 4; Shaver (sub for
Paints after touchdons Place
ments, Baker 3; Shaver. Dropkick,
Safeties -Against Gill.
In 25-7 Win
STANFORD STADIUM. Palo
Mto, Calif., Nov. 8 (AP)
Plunging and passing in a man
ner entirely foreign to earlier
ranrs, Stanford's . Cardinals won
their , first major coast confer
ence game of the season today
when they overpowered Wash
ington's Huskies 25-7.
In damp and drizzle, the first
football weather of Its kind here
in many seasons. Coach Glenn
Warner's red-jerseyed warriors
showed 22,000 spectors they had
mastered the tricky reserves and
fake reverses that haM failed to
Garbed in gold helmets and
Jerseys.- and shifting with snap
and precision, the visitors started
off as though they intended to
have things their own way. Two
first downs were successive. On
the 24 yard line Hufford flipped
long pass to Lenfesty who
caught the ball a yard from the
goal line and literally fell over to
The parade of Stanford touch
downs began near the- end of the
opening quarter. Carllerl caught
a klckoff and drove Mack 21 yards
to Stanford's 41 yard line. Sim
kins faded back and whipped a
pass to Moffatt that was rood
for 22 yards. Four line plunges
brought a first down on the 25
Cagliert popped through , a
hole Inside right end for another
first down that put the ball on
the 12 yard line. Cagliert broke
through to the three yari line
and he went, over ion the next
In tie second period Moffatt
took a punt on his own 45 yard
line and dodged through the
Mount St. Charles 13. Brir-
ham Young university 13 (tie).
Utah Aggies 7. Denver univer
Colorado University 17. Colo
rado Teachers 7.
Utah 41. Colorado college C.
Northwestern 25. Indiana 0.
Wisconsin 58. South Dakota
Coe 12, Carlton 0.
Cornell College 7, Knox 6.
Aurora 6. Valparaiso 18.
Ohio Wesleyan 23. Miami 20.
Heidelberg 57. Adrian 0.
Bowling Green 30, Albion 7.
Louisville 14. Depaul 0.
Purdue 26, Chicago 7.
Iowa State 0. Missouri 14.
Muskingum 6. Wooster 8.
Ashland 7, Otterbeln 7.
Kansas 0, Nebraska 16.
. Wittenberg 0. Oglethorpe 0.
Oberlin 13. Western Reserve 9.
Western Maryland 27. John
Case 0. Akron 25.
Marietta 7. Cincinnati 20.
North Dakota State 11. Mich
igan State 19.
Rfntaia 13. Snannehanrta. .T.;
Fordham 13. University of De-
troft 7. .
Illinois Wesleyan 9. Bradley
Green Bier. W. Va.. 20 Augus
Millikin 45. Illinois College 9.
Monmouth 7. Lake Forest 13.
Alfred 0, Yale 66.
Michigan 6, Harvard 3.
Cornell 54, Hobart 0.
Brown 32, Tufts 7.
Holy Cross 13. New River 0.
Notre Dame 60, Penn 20.
Army 13, Illinois 0.
Maine ?. Bowdofn 13
DePauw 22, Boston University
Lafayette 31. Rutgers 28.
Swarthmore 13, Franklin and
Dickinson 0. Gettysburg S3.
Geneva 7, Westminister 0.
Grove City 33. Wayneiburg 0.
Rhode Island State 45, Wor
cester Polytech 9.
Johns Hopkins 0, Pennsylvania
Military college 7.
Oh4o Stat 27. Navy
Rochester 14, Union 13.
Delaware Mount St, Mary's 6.
Colgate 54. Columbia 0.
Lehigh 13. Princeton 9.
Dartmouth 43. Allegheny 14.
Amtterst 7, Trinity 7.
Norwich 0. Vermont 0.
Ursnla 0. Buffalo 39.
Bucknell 20. Villanova 14.
Niagara 26. Loyola 13.
Connecticut Aggies 0. New
Springfield 57. M. A. C. 0.
Wesleyan 0. William 40.
Georgia 7, New York XT. .
Albright 7. Davis-Elklns 0.
Pitt 7. Carnegie .
Syracuse 0. Penn State 0.
Lebanon 32, Washington 0.
Kansas Agies 7. West Virginia
V. P. I. 34, Virginia 13.
Mississippi 0. Louisiana State
University of Mexico 0. Mis
sissippi College 40.
Chattanooga 0. Sewanee 0.
Presbyterian 13. Wake Forest
Auburn 0, Tulane 21. '
Texas A. and M. 7. Southern
Methodist university 13.
Texas 14. Baylor 0.
Texas Christians 20. Rice 0.
Birmingham Southern 0, Mill
Washington and "Lee 7, Mary
land 41. .
. . ;'AJabanra 20.' Florida; 0: " -
Vanderbili" 6i 'Georgia" Tch- D.
Tennessee 34, Carson Newman
Kentucky 7, Duke 14.
Denlson 0, Ohio university 36.
Tennessee Wesleyan 30, Un
ion college 0.
Catholic university 60, Ameri
can university 0.
Oklahoma Aggiesc 26, Arkan
Louisiana College 0, South
South Carolina 0. Furman 14.
Tulsa university 14. Oklahoma
Baptist university 6.
William and Mary 39. Roanoke
Drake 38. Creighton C.
Temple 34. Miami 0.
Grinnell 0. Washington uni
? ft ft ft ft
Bill on Grid Here
Necessity for Keeping its
Slate Clean Worry for
Willamette ' - Linfield
Kaiser LE. . . . . Eckman
Jones ........ LT ....... Darby
Drager. ..... .LG. . . . Tichenor
Ackerman.'....Q ...... Berklow
Smith RG.r..... Jones
Carpenter. aBW RT.ari,. Dodson
Haiaane. . .. .ke. cook
Paul . . . Q. . . . Hostetler
Gretscb ,.Mgu LH . . James
Erickson RH Ewing
Johnson ...... F... Christensen
Willamette university's Bear
cats will be battling for a clean
slate leading up to their two "ma
jor" games of the Northwest con
ference 'season when they meet
iiniieia a wnacats on Sweetiana
field Tuesday afternoon In the
Armistice day double header, Sa-
tem ana nigene high schools fig
uring In the other contest.
Willamette has won two con
ference games and Linfield is en
tering its last ode of the season
without a victory nevertheless
thA. wiArpJn Kv wVifi rhfl0i faifni
harve Won tias beenj small and &e
Webfoots Punch Over One
Early Touchdown, Bruins
Hold .Them Rest of Game
EUGENE. Ore., Navy 8. - ( AP) With John Kitzmiller
leading the way in his last irame on Havward field, the
University of Oregon Webfoots punched over a touchdown
in the first four minutes of play against the U. C..L. A.
Bruins here today. It was the deciding tmiehdnwn for the
1 mm v w
miai score was vregon , U; J. Lu A., O
Kitzmiller did not ' score . theO 1
touchdown but he opened
a m 'm
Red and Black Tapers off
In Training; Biggest
; Game now Faced
way with a 30 yard dash through
center to the .Bruin ons-Ttrd
line. Sam Rotenberr. rirht half.
iook tne nan across on the next
play and Kitzmiller converted.
In the second auarter the
weDroots advanced to the one
yard line. It was fourth down
and Kitzmiller drove across the
line but was called back. Both
sides were offside. On the next
drive the Bruins held and took
Three successive times In that
Certain thinr hvn a tendency
to bring our Scotch blood to the
suriace instead of the Irish
which Isn't very predominant
period tne Brums held the Web- anyway. And so;
loots ior aowns within danger
I Block Pont for
ine fourth auarter was a
punting duel, mostly in TJcla
territory. Steven " Fletcher
blocked Roberts punt and recov
ered It on the Bruin 3 yard line
Londahl tried . unsuccessfully to
"Oh praise the power that Sip-
py fere us
To see ourselves as lthers see
Mprty Brill Shows Home
Fks Rockne Eleven
Routs Pennsylvania 60-20
FRANKLIN FIELD. Phlladel
phia. Nov. 8 fAP) The green-
jerseyed football cyclone from
South Bend, rushing the colors of
Notre Dame toward another na
tional championship, levelled the
ramparts of the University of
Pennsylvania today with one of
tne greatest scoring onslaughts
ever witnessed on an American
college gridiron. The final score
was Notre Dame 0, Pennsylva
nia 20. nine touchdowns to three.
But the margin might have been
100-0 If the Rockne regulars had
stayed in the game long enough
to sustain the he wilder in sr nace
they set midway in the first half
and again throughout the third
AH three of Pennsylvania's
touchdowns, one at the close of
the first half and two more to
ward the end of the game, were
scored against second, third and
fifth strine Irish nlavers.
When Frank Carideo, all-Am-
erican quarterback, and Marty
Briu, tne Phlladelphian who
came back to show the home
Huskies to Wasnlngton's 20 yard
mark. The road was clear ahead
of him but Hufford nailed him
from behind. Three line bucks
netted three yards. On fnrvarii.
lateral, glmkins passed to-Neill
who tossed the oval to Moffatt.
the latter running eight yards to
Afrain In the same nerlnri Mof
fatt signaled for a fair ratrfi nn
Washington's 47 yard linn A
first; down resulted from two
smashes at the line. With the
ball on the 36 yard line the Tarda
worked another forward lateral,
Moffatt to K. Albert son, left end,
to Caddel, right half. Caddel cir
cled Washington's right end for
34 yards to score.
Coming out after the half time
rest, the Cardinals continued to
keep the northerners cm the de
fensive. Near the end , of the
third period another touchdown
was rushed oven Rlntala who
replaced Moffatt at left half re
turned a punt 14 yards to Wash
ington's 40 yard line. Rothert
passed to Caddel for nine yards
and Hillman broke through the
line for another first down on the
15 yard line. Three line plays
netted six yards. Rlntala naaned
over the goal line to Colvin who
Jumped 'high Into the air to
snatch the ball n f mm twn
After Scare by
. STA2a ELD. Chicago. Nor.
8 (AP) Coach Amos Alonao
Stagg and hia lncklea Chi
Maroons threw an old fashioned
surprise party for Pnrdue'a Boil
ermakers today bat It didn't last
long enough.'-- Purdne won 11
tO 7. - i ', i ::. .
The Staggian party extended
through the first half when the
Maroons astounded the Boiler
makers ' by scoring their first
touchdown In five malar ram
and taking a one point lead. But
Purdne came hack In regulation
style and eantured the rami by
the customary, one-sided margin.
folks he had made rood, left the
field with other regulars toward
the end of the third quarter the
score was 54 to 7. Penn was
demoralized and the game was
reduced to a lingering, colorless
scramble between the battered
Quaker and Irish fled clings.
Brill, son of a Philadelphia
millionaire street car manufactur
er, wore the red and blue a few
years ago but wasn't considered
good enough to hold down a re
gular post. He went west, con
vinced Knute Rockne could nse
him in the first string. He -came
home today to Drove It hv scoring
three of the eight touchdown put
over by Notre Dame regulars.
Brill scored the first touchdown
In the opening period on a sensa
tional 67-yard jaunt off tackle.
He scored two more In succession
in the third period on dashes of
37 and 23 yards to climax two of
the unstoppable charges of the
When he left the field shortly
afterward, he received the great
est ovation any invadlnr nerfnrm.
er has received on Franklin field
since Red Grange ran wild here
Wifdcats, under Coach TT; "E Le
ver, nave been coming along last.
Willamette Is favorite to win but
may rind the going rocky.
With Whitman and Pacific
games- coming so soon after this
one. Coach "Snee" irnenn nf Wil
lamette has not had time to de
rote any practice sessions to a
study of Linfield's attack, so It
.1 . . . . .
win oe an un Known quantity to
the Bearcats when they brush up
against it Monday.
The Willamette squad has,
however, been put through a real
"course of sprouts" In the last
week which ought to leave those
players who remain able bodied,
vquai io any oostacie tney meet.
On Satnrdar. for Instance, the
squad reported In the cold gray
oawn ana labored mightily until
early afternoon with only aknr
period ont for luncheon; and sev
eral nignts in the past week,
scrimmage work has continued
far into the gloom.
Some shifts have been made In
it. -a .
me starting lineup zrom that
Which met Poller a of Pnret
Sound here recently. However,
mere are a number of positions In
which several men are of equal
promise and those who
hardest beginning with the Lin-
ueia same, are going to get the
call. Coach Keene says. There
will be some substitutions In the
Linfield game but none that are
iiaeiy to weaken the team, as It
is considered no set-up even
though other adversaries looming
up in the near future are feared
By MAPLE ALLEY
Employes of the Western Elec
tric company, who have come to
Salem to Install the new automatic
phone system, are nlannlne to or.
ganlze a six-team bowling league,
all their own. They will probably
piay at 9 o'clock on either Mon
day or Thursday night.
33 to 7 Win
McLEAN FIELD. Moscow Tda-
ho, Nov. 8. (AP) Washington
State's "Crimson" Calamity"
struck Idaho gridmen today,
knocking them tar a 29 tn i
score in a homecoming game
Idaho flashed a wicked aifai
attack, devised by Coach Calland
to offset the fact that hia men
were giving 12 pounds or more
per man to Washlnrton stt
but the Vandals 0 arrived only
once by the air route.
The game left J the Con ram
with only one foe. the Univer
sity of Washington, between
mem ana a conference title.
The Bantams of Idaho held
the somewhat raa-ared rnnnm
surprisingly well, and kept them
ousy watching the sky. Most of
W. L C.'s gains were on end
runs. Idaho made ton tr
downs to 1J for the Cougars.
air. sen warts, power plant of
the . Cougars, was nermitted tn
make the - first tonhdnn .
anal. In the first three minates
of play. In the second period
the Cougars unbottled an air of
fensive, mixing,, it with i power
plays, and Hill made a toneiu
down on a pass. Dahlen dashed
ior anomer score. Then the
Cougar second string went In
and alaoned Idaho abont. Jnfc.
son scoring this time. ... t
- Idaho charged like so many
midget, bulls In the third quar
ter, masslnr the Conrara hiir
against their own goaL , Johns
of Washington state stopped the
stampede by snagging a Vandal
pass and the danger was over.
Sander scored for TV. S. C. in
the last stanxa. Then the . Ida-
noans put - their backs np,
brought out the rjaaain attaoV
and dusted it off. , and I scored
their only touchdown. .
LINFIELD COLLEfiF. ' XT.
Mlanville. Noy. 8 Coarh Vf w
Lefer and the Wildcat eleven of
Linfield travel to Salem Armis
tice day to play their last North
west conxerence game this season
wnn me Willamette Bearcats.
Victory lg conceded the Salem
squad, but by no such score as
that of last year, according to the
uew i,inueia mentor. Linfield Is
reoeatin? last vear'a rtunrJ a
losine all eamea. Hnt ha .o,
have been lower and the Wildcats
axe not so easy to go through as
they were last year.
Players in addition to the
starting nne-up include C. Stev
ens, Sneeden. nvnhera tTn
Jenkins, L. Stevens and Thomp-
Bt-u, unemen, ana sargeant and
Tiffany, backs. Only five men In
me starting lineup are lettermen.
A good delegation of Linfield
rooters Is expected to accompany
turn iu saiem..
As Under Dog
DALLAS. Knr fi Ti,
1 - - - w UG wui-
ball squad of Dallas high is look
ing wnn some apprehension to
wards its - game with Indepen
dence on .Armistice day. The
game Is clayed at niio. o. A
of the features of the legion cel-
curairon. uue to the rivalry be
tween the two schools th game
will be a hard fought one despite
me ia mat Independence is
tr. wnoio lot higher than
While Dallas vm rfvin- cn.
ton a little signal drill in the
game October 31 which SHverton
won CO to , Independence was
holding the strong Woodburn
team to a 7 to C victory. This
combined with the poor showing
Dallas has made aU season
makes the outlook here quite
gloomy. The only consolation Is
that It will be a hatt! ta .v..
Dallas, has a habit of upsetting
the dope against Independence.
Severs) of the Dallas regulars
hare been put on the bench and
substitutes will probably, start
the game in their positions. This
was partly duo to poor work in
the SHverton ' game and to cure
any cockiness the regulars had.
If they do get in the game these
regulars are expected to do won
ders to redeem themselves in the
graces of their coach and towns
people. .... .
i The-probable starting lineup
for Dallas Is; ends, Kliever and
D. Cadle; tackles. Berg and
Quick; guards. Hayter and York :
center, McCann; quarter, Moser;
halfbacks. Pemberton and Vnllv
fullback. B. Cadle. . .
Sippy apparently Is an avid
reader of obscure columns.
which no doubt explains the
source of most of his stuff.
We've - recognized, some of it.
talfe Ittfe ball - across and final lV I . Ifraftcd1 from : trite! Northwest
Donahuy. was. Beft In d try 'it. Poultry' Johrnal.
He fumbled the hall and TBnHarto " ' ' O-
recovered on the TJcla four yard But honestly, we do feel sorry
line. for Sippy and we've decided not
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Villi XWU XTliliU ICS IO kO IDA I -v J aasua ou uiuic. imuiL ui
Bruins opened up with an effec- the poor feller wading through
line. Bergdahl here passed to failing, up to Saturday, to find
Flavelle but Flavelle couldn't anything meritorious in It. We're
hold the slipper leather. The going to ask the boss as a favor
Tn.L..l. V .1 J! a. 1 n I a V. M t 1 a
iuq neuiuuu uoiaiug me oruiuS u 1.110.1. uru vuning 01a
In their tracks. guy doesn't have to turn over so
Kitzmiller was taken out ; of many pages to find us. We do
the game in the third period appreciate a faithful reader like
v aacu 11a lUlUiru 1111 1K1L H.F1 K iw I JAAlll.
The injury was not serious antr
he will be able to play next We expect that by this time,
week. Coach Spears said. Mr. Phelan has a little higher
regard for Mr. Warners sys
Hooters for the Korthvont
conference who were a bit disap
pointed at the big scores rolled
up against elevens in that clr-
; cult, may be a bit heartened aft
er reading the scores of a few
recent Coast conference arames.
Running np 40 odd points is no'
tries at arrtnese days.
No joehiiur. the way foot
ball is played nowaday, a
team that has any edge at all
on in opponent, can run np
score without mnrh tronhlA-
Why? Because of the cersa
tility of the trame. In the) nlf
days if a team had a fast end
ran merchant the opposition
could snread ont and itm
him; if it had a tough line
piug-eer the defense could con.
centrate in the middle and
But nowadays teams like!?. R.
C. are bound to have both mil
yon can add to that the forward
pass, the lateral pass, surprise
kicks and the shift, and the de-
lense doesn't know where to be.
It has to snread out and watch
for anything. Running plays are
gooa oecause or the pass threat
and passes succeed because of
the running nlav threat. Low
scores are left for the teams that
are about even and have to de
pend on breaks; or to the team
that Is stronger than Its oppon
ent In man sower hnt hasn't
wen coordinated attack.
Don't let that nremui.lTol.
score fool yon. With o. ft r
i cuouok np uus wees, von can
re spears wasn't letting any-
"u"g one or tne oag.
Utah Aggies go
Out of Race in
DENVER. Vflv . AIM
Utah Aggies dropped out of what
remains ot tne iocky Mountain
conference football race today by
takinar a 32 to. i Ui frnm
w w -tvu5 , a vr iu
uw university's pioneers.
Coach Dick Romney's team ap-
pt-area woeiuiiy weak in r ail de
partments Of the irnmo lt lin.
failing miserably against the Den-
J ... warQ8 and its backfield
failing to function properly at any
uiimiing; ana errors of
commission ana ommisslon re-
iaruea tne Farmer offense at
nearly every turn.
"Holly" Hantinaton broncht
his heavy scrimmage work to a
close last Thursday and is not
planning to risk Ms players in
any more practice tilts for the
rest of the season.
Several bruises . were develop
ed in practice at the first of the
week and -the high school coach
is not taking any chances - on
having any football men benched
on account or injuries in the Eu
gene-Salem game Tuesday.
At present none of the Injuries
appear serious enough to keep
anyone out of the game providing
no re-bumps occur. James was
out of the Medford game with an
injured foot but will he able to
go when the Immaculate Eugene
players are met.
It appears likely Hhat Kitchen
will be used at halfback the rest
of the season. His ; broken fiejd
running is needed badly to re
lieve the other ball carriers.
"Holly" has hesitated to nse him
on account of hia value as a bas
ketball - player, but? the coming:
giwek 1 Are important so ".the! half-
pint atniete win snow his neeis
to would-be tacklers on the Eu
gene. Albany and Chemawa
Showing np Well
Mark Sachtler Is showing up
well at halfback and la especially
valuable as a line plunger. Give
him the ball and he 11 make gains
if any are to be made. Several
other reserves are also (linn. liv
ing football ability and threaten
some of the cinches.
This battle of coaches between
the two schools Is a three to two
affair with Bert j Kerns. Shy
Huntington and Skeet Manerud.
all with eolleea ernerience
against "Holly" Huntington and
Frank Rrown. Enrene Mrh roes
in for football on a big scale and
its biggest objective is Salem
Red and Black
Nevertheless it will be an
evett battle when the red an4
black grldsters meet the pur
ple warriors, two paid coaches,
and one volunteer coach who has
coached in college. Salem enters
an i undefeated . team in . the con-.
test and the Salem boys do not
Intend to spoil the season's rec
ord when. the old rival Is met.
Salem high rooters are making'
plans: for a gigantic rally previ
ous to. the.', game and Eugene
roofers can be depended on to
brlqg a colorful crowd and per
haps the high school band. Last
year the Wlllamette-Linfleld
rama wta ' nrctl. Inn-a!dl .and
tbeT high school game was the
interesting feature of the- doable
header event. Whether the Wil
1amttA.T.InfieM ram Is excit
ing j Or not this yea it Is hardly
I . Mm, . m . - mmm
conceivaoie mat a' saiera-tUKeno
high same could lack anything
whfch makes football such an
appealing sport, ,
NEW YORK. Nor. 8. (AP)
f Georgia's, smooth-workfhg
football team held its place
among the I country's great un
btafyen i machls, this afternoon
over JJew York university by the
narrow margin of 7 to o.
I The white-'erseved southern-
ers well-drilled In Notre Dame's
tricky shift plays by the young
coach, Harry Mehre, out-played
the. violet! garbed New York
eleven throughout most of the
game but barely held oft a great
closing bid In which four desper
ate! passes! by the home team
clicked for long gains. .
With the ball on the Georgia
17 yard line and only about 20
seconds left to play, Jim Tan-
guay hurled a flat pass in a final
bid for victory but Jack Roberts.
Georgia's great high scoring full
back. Intercepted the ball on his
own two yard line and a highly
exciting gam ended an Instant
later. ( -I '
. . I
Qtlam iMianSL4 swtllaiai ewMtfti
umiciu mvh vvyi pv-"s aaaaaa nwuvas
on Rrver Drive. If hole watered fair
ways. iarx axeena, r cea io, Buaoaya
ajia ooiiaaya, fi.vv.
I tuuii cc. srjir annni pracuoe.
iv miiis ior iuc r or men ana worn-
F. N. Woodry
Competition for the weekly
prize ior player scoring most 200
games is expected hereafter tn he
morellvely than ever. Emmons
uiotning company Is offering a
brand new hat to the most aklli-
Statesman leaeuo nlav nn irit
uay nignts is belne livened nn witn
Emmons' weekly offer
shirt to high Individual game
scorer from now till Christmas.
When Fleener Electric rAmmar.
clal league team, occupants of the
ausiy ceiiar, upset the top-of-the
list uKiana-f ontiac men Thursday
night, they led the way to a big
ger cellar for the leaene. a thra
way tie for this nlace atanria fn.
the week, with General Petroleum
ana faciric Teieohone crowd in
Into Fleecer's previous 'Vrnnr.
noia. Ana tne auto salesmen
sua aown to third place.
W. r, t.
cunocar Service . 13 s
Senator Food Shop .12 6 .667
salem Sanitary Milk 10 8 kss
Chevrolet Shopmen . . 8 10 .444
Kavmond Mach. Shon 8 12 .3 3 3
Salem Ret. Bakers .. 6 12 .333
Averages, first 10: Allison
184.1; R. Johnson 181.5; Brown
181.1: Larson 180.4: Gilbert 180?
Coe 179.4; Blatchley 172.2; Yar-
neu 176.5; 31. Hemenway 176.3.
W. 1 Pet.
Baktf Rite Bakery. . .20 4 .83S
Capital Bedding Co. 14 10 .583
McKay Chevrolet ...11 13 .458
winter uaraen io 14 .417
Evergreen Golf 9 15 .375
Elks Club 8 16 .333
Averages: Hall 204.4: S. Stein
bock 191.8; Page 190.7; McMul-
ien 186.16; II. Hemenway 184.13;
H. Barr 183.6; Wllkerson 182.8;
R. Johnson 182.2; Bassett 182;
IS Tears Salem's Leading Auctioneer
ana I'urninire ueaier
Residence and Stora
1(10 North Summer Bt
Turkish h.ltha anif mn .a trm m TT
wKun. iPiernnne zzi4. is'ew unnk.
Starter and generator wprlc. Texaco
axaiion, corner tjourt ana Church.
Dicycies ana repairing. 3S7 Court.
ThA ht fn hlnvrittm mnA Mm. CI..
n. w. woort. 147 w. tWI. Tel. 8.
Telerhon R. W. Northneaa
Dr. C. n rSHKar I .1
leaad tonsils, hlch blood presaureand
I wa SlilA. I1UUBO jDD3t(,
an uregon BuUdlng
! fsiKr0-0?1'.?5 Chiropractor.
N. High. Tel. S7. Rea. 2104-J.
THE NEW SALi.il XiAUNDRT
TUB WEtDEH I.AIITvinnT
Telephone 25 23 & High
J"l na Ziundi-v of Tim XT t.rltl
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New anrlnr-f llliuf mitimu.
I Jd : directly from factary to you. Cnpi-
North CapltoL ' - .
OEfL CI WTT.T Plann.
and piano ! studies. Repnlrlng- phono-
icrapna ana wwinf : macninea 432
I State afreet. Palm.
Evervthlna" I In offlM nmti..
merclfl I Bonk RtriT-i 1 1 XT l-','i
PHONP! nT.TTVU ATtiHra i
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PLUMBING and HEATING
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pr n wii.
PLUMBING & SUPPLIES
I M m m m.m tl..MI,l-- M a M
FOR STATIONERY, cards, pamph
lets, nrofframa. hnnk. V i. .L.
Printrn5' !!U Th Staumnaa T Print!
I In a; DeDartment. SIS h r; ' .
MacMarr Stores .... 3 3 .500
Star Meat Market ... 3 2 .BOO
Averages, first Ats: Ritchie
205: Heaha ltO.S: nHffin uit-
GIlbert 155; Oustafson 153.3.
W. IV Pet.
Com". Body Shop ...11 7 .811
Chevrolet Cubs .....10 8 .556
Oakland-Pontlac . ... t 9 .500
General Pet. Corn I 10 .144
Fleener Electric , . 10 -.444
Pacific Tel. Co. .... 8 10 .444
Arerasres: Hummel las? t-
Mullen 188.8: Shamlev Hu
bert 181.1: Allen 180.8; Lynch
179; Allison 178.9; Tarnell
178,3; P. Glrod 174.1; Cline, Sr..
.. -r ' - -
5 oMweanua MJtmgmm
. - W. Lte pet.
Emmons Clothing Co. ' 3 ,75a
Chsrson's Pharmacy 8 4 .ft 7
Capitol Dairies J 5 .jgj
For irutrnv wmwT ,, n
i ip n. otn. Tel.- l47J-ii
Center St. Valeterla. Tel. 1227.
Ptand. ClnnTn tk Drfni. fall I4SS.
for - -Tk".".,".1":-"- BtOTesj
knd" of woven wire fenced fancy and
EfcV? nJ hooka."oiaS
S?SkSa,?,.I'ence "n Stove WoFka.
Plays Tie Game
At West Salem
HAT. TTC V I vpt TJT- .y-k .
rv.r:rr-i?j.'.-vy w ioca-
....... ..luri ft. -i . rno. 2.
nAOni r. -11 1... . .
finiiihXs rt.r "naa and
: FLORISTS I
.-1L"08"? Tailor for men
fl A . T
Rf.V. k. i J' rnfr Co. 22i
Olf bIa-JH' D-butlniTfor'
t out ratal .taw our Pel.tr.
I local or dlat.nf t..r
. aw a aa a r" n i , .
"BTLafiXPTrpci ws.- I WASHTNO tnl-.ikA. . . .. . .
OUnVcoMr iirh ?Vfln, 1 5T TeI- 1211 " aU
Bthint..rion a r.
TeL ,-. Btatsr Btreet.
LIBERTY. Noy ' J -?0"01- flower aeryW Tr-.r I WASHINfl RTArtlTxrrc
nea.a .f-- . . . lJluww MI. 142 K. HIrh 'a. I - "viAito
. uwwu ui iioerty
iTOiuiu team went to
West Salem to play with the
West Salem team. ti... -I-I
accompanied by their coach. Mr.
ST,i ' 7 nnmoer ot the
wist uonK as rootera. r.-
acoro was a tie, 24-24.' I hia of Coral wnnr r I
Thera la . : Ploriat, lth a ZSpL. I . - Bffrtrin a.
Liberty on WediiMd.w .ff-.-" I ' iiin ' t
NflnmK.. 4 -"""wu.
V- T. i o ciock and
IKZ? PenU and
ua ua. a. naa apnAni s .
nnnll. r SITS U1S
f nearly support.
w r or...' .132
aa dlii i i nre ra - m m .
" JIYanaiat W ' mw
18.2: l.Tlfrnm 1 mm m . i . T "
' in: vail 17K
Tarnell 1 74.6 ; P Qlroi ml
Elsenbrandt 172.1; MUler in.e'.
am a -y w- ""aiaaa
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WlxijtrET-ria rS T' " ' -
WUA&ATB INS, AOWT
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r. High St. . TeL 124 J
Vv TT nn .
1 Libarty St. Tel. 118
t-S Flrat Nat. Bk. Blda. Tel. 970
. Commercial 1 TeL 1384
8Uta St. Tel T54