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Hmh : Elevens
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"D.- Coons 15
Gwyun ; 22
MV Coons 16
Salstrom 7 .
Skubovious . 8
rpONIGHT at 7 o'clock on Sweetland Field Leslie junior
X high will endeavor to take its first win in football from
, Parrish in Oregon's first junior high football game beneath
flood lights. '
' " Each team practiced inside yesterday, npt because they
feared a little water, but due to the fact that equipment is
scarce and the type used in jun-o
lor high is not Impervious 10
-Leslie lias shown greater
strength this season than Par
rish. The Oregon City Junior high
marched . over Coach Harold
Hank's Parrish eleven 20 to 0,
but a scoreless tie resulted when
Leslie tangled with the River
advantage for Leslie lies in
the fact that more seasoned play
era are in its lineup than Parrish
has. Mason, Elliott. Hastings
ml Buma all olayed last - year
for Leslie and Hobbs, Leslie cen-im
ter, waa oh the Parrish team last J
season, two or wree ipore oi
the Leslie men played some year
before last, but' were not in
school during the 1930 season,
Of State in 19S0
Parrish was state champion in
football in 1930, defeating Leslie
2C to 0 and C to 0. It was not
until last spring in baseball, that
iha south Salem boys learned
ifint Parrish could be beaten by
Leslie. With this lesson well .inland went down for a five count
mind. Coach Gurnee FJesber's but rallied to stay tbe full three
im will nlav today's game wun
On the other- hand, Harold
- Hauk will have his team cocked
and primed for the Leslie squad
'and will have a slightly heavier
line to send into the contest. His
- team also emolovs a number of
trick plays which may bewilder
The Parrish backs are not the
finished ban toters such as Les
lie's, but Baxter and Myers both
hit hard and the forward wall in
front of them charges fast.
. The contest will begin at 7
o'clock rather than later so that
ft will be finished In time for
the wrestling matches. Howard
- Maple will be referee and ";Spec"
Keene umpire. '
, DALLAS, No 9 The Dallas
high football team la working
hard in preparation for the an
nual Armistice day game with In-'
dependence.' The game this year
will be held at Independence in
connection with the. American Le
gion celebration there.
Independence has a better rec
ord this year than Dallas with
only - one loss while Dallas haa
. been beaten twice. Independence
!: has won this game for the past
! three yeare and the local team
believes It Is about time some
thing' was done about it.
' ' In last year's game, Dallas led
.at the half 7 to 0 but Indepen
dence came back la the second
- half and scored two touchdowns
to take the game.
. Coach Shreevej plans on taking
. most of the squad to - Indepen-
, dence Wednesday.
i The-men who will make the
: trip and who will be most likely
to see action In the game are: D.
Cadle, B. Cadle, Buhler, Fischer,
Gerard, Elliott, MInnlch, Track.
Wtson, Coon, Foamier, Pember-1
j ton,; McMillan, Friesen, iRetaer,
.van Nuys, Campbell, and Lewis.
Poor Stance is
: Criminal Avers
M Golfing Jurist
.- CHESTER, Pa., Nov. 9 (AP)
Ah lneorrect stance in .golf
amounts to criminal negligence.
. Judge MacDade of Delaware coun
ty court ruled today In refusing
., new trial to George Hethering-
i ton. Tne judge plays a bit of golf
; . Nicholas Brosko. a caddy, sued
netnerington last spring, charge
lur - mai iieinermaton "aiiced-
hla ball and hit him im the eye at
the Delaware v countv country
club in 1925. Nicholaa waa award
ad 1825 damages and hla father,
Alexander urosko 1425.
Stay ton Plays
; Gervais Eleven
1 ; STAYTON, Nor. $ The
Stayton football team will aieet
. Gervals at Sllverton on Armlstiee
:' - day. The line-up for. the Stayton
. xeam is:,; - ...Ku:r', -.X-i?r :
. Julius Taa Dendreische, RE;
; Chas. . Berger;; RT: . Ray . Harold,
, RQ: - Morris Ferris Cj ?; Gerald
I Marking, LQ: Gerald Foster, LTj
" Angus Loftier, . LE; Paul Dozler,
- Q; Gordon Lampman, RH; Edw
ard Robertson, F( Stswart Mayo,
EDGE OVER DALLAS
DES MOINES, la., Nov. 9 .
(AP) Jack Dempsey, former
world champion, knocked out one
opponent and whipped two others
iour,rounas or exnibition box
tng here tonight.
Tommy Davenport, 192 pounds,
of Little Rock, Ark., was content
to stay two rounds and did not
Elijah Lee, 21 i pound negro
from Augustana, Ga., however, at
tempted to battle with the former
heavyweight .king and lasted a
little more than two minutes.
Dempsey's third opponent, Hap
py Shade, 196 pound negro from
IDes Moines, fought the fourth
Dempsey used a
series of left
hooks to fell Lee.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 9 (AP)
nutf w,s f t08ed EJdie Worthf
197, Portland, Ore., with an air
plane whirl in 23 minutes five
seconds in a wrestling match here
NOT for many seasons has
Harvard boasted better
backfield combination than
this 31 model. , What H may
lack In weigltt is more than offset
by the -onusual yersatflity of its
members. In onr opinion no faster
trio of ball carriers cavort on
Eastern gridirons than Crickard.
White and Maysand few If any
more capable field nerals and
passers than Barry Wood; They
also have stellar replacements in
Shereschewsky, Dean, Nevin and
; others. 4., is- c -. .-,: s- K , ,
Captain ' Woo4 has Ttn so
widely publicised since Uo Army
rsmo that perhaps the oiuy item
hont. him stilt relied in myitery
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E AgZsSSg ei93L fttrxOl.UcnZtt Britaia righto reserve ' -
Meets Prof. Newton Tonight
At Armory In Banner
. Armistice Card
Harry Plant, who Jumped from
the -promotion of heavyweight
wrestling cards to the ownership
of Tusko, has evidently decided
that the elephant - will furnish
enough bulk for his attractions
and that from now on he will
stick to middle and welterweight
wrestling shows. ' t e '
Tonight at 9 o'clock. Prof. New
ton of Oregon City, northwest
welterweight wrestling champion,
will defend bis, belt against Jack
Brentano of McMinnvllle In a best
two falls out of three match at
the armory with no time limit. '-
This la the same belt which Des
Anderson, Salem's grappler who
has made such a hit In Seattle
took from Bobby Sampson' In Al
bany a couple of years ago. An
derson held It for s while until
Sammy Vangler wrested it from
him. - "
Last spring Prof. Newton sur
prised wrestling fans, who all con
sidered him a mere boy, by taking
the belt from Vangler in a fur
ious bout held In Washington.
Newton still is owner of the belt
and has placed it on display at
Cadwell and , Parker's sporting
goods slots on State street.
Brentano is now the holder of
one championship belt. He is the
welterweight pants holder of Can
ada. This belt waa partially de
stroyed in a fire, but "Smiling
Jack" still retains the metal front
piece. A whirlwind bout is in pros
pect tonight as both contestants
are at their best. They will
weigh in this afternoon at 5:00
o'clock, each going below 150.
Their size will Insure speed and
with the veteran knowledge pos
sessed by Brentano, Newton Is go
ing to find tbe evening's program
a full one.
Newton will enter the ring, not
with a trembling jaw, but a mov
ing one nevertheless. It Is just a
habit of his always to be chewing
gum while In the ring. During his
last bout here he lost his gum and
immediately proceeded to find It
before resuming the match.
Art O'Reilly of Eugene and
"Speedy" Weikum of Seattle will
meet here for the first time in a
preliminary match which will last
45 minutes providing neither con
testant gains two falls prior to
In Full Bloom Now
By HARDIN BURNLEY.
is his favorite remedy for athlete's
foot. . Something about that yonng
man appeals singularly to varied
imaginations." He seems to be a
sort of Prince of Wales of football
a Kristoerat, ; food student,
and fine sport - ,
Mere mention of a Colonial
aame (like William Barry Wood)
whose possessor , is dlsportinf
nimself with . power, spirit and
abandon, sends eertain fans into
ecstaaes of : poUte delight. For
ue passing irom the football pic
ture of so many good old New
Enrland names that onea dnmi.
sated it, has not been n source of
pleasure to the denizens of Bos
ton's Beacon Hill and other social
ly accented quarters. n
. To rtturn.U Jtraiga football,
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O'Reilly la a colorful grappler.
One minute the crowd may like
him and despise him the next.
Matt Matheny will be the ref
eree for the matches tonight. Ma
theny Is from Albany and Is the
regular official here.
A week from Friday night
Plant will offer a fight card and
continue to alternate fights and
wrestling matches In the future.
Now that night football games are
almost past history, it Is planned
to run the cards on Friday night
if that proves popular with the
HANSON GETS DRAW
TOUNGSTOWN, O., Nov. .
(AP) Charley Hanson, heavy
weight, Seattle, wrestled to a one
hour draw here tonight with
George Vessel of Greece.
under the Horween system; Wood,
Kays and Crickard were Brought
long almost 'as unit until fa
tids, their senior year, they are so
well acquainted with each ot&arY
style, that they function with
beautiful precision. ' .' . .
r Under Coach Eddie Casey, the
talentand power of big Jack
Crickard has been brought into
full play. Big, fast and shifty,
he has made astonishing progress
toward stardom. Mays is rounding
out "his third year s varsity
player ; with m consistently first
class brand of ball toting. Wood,
of course, looks to be the Carideo
the perfect . quarterback of
1831 J an All-American, indeed!
AfJGIEHT EWE Y
Huntington and Kramer to
Renew Struggle Upon
Sawdust at Eugene :
Up the Willamotto river some
71 miles. Coach Frits Kramer,
known ail over the state tor his
state' championship basketball
team from Pendleton last year, is
preparing the' Eugene high" foot
ball team for Its annual grid clas
sic with Salem high which will
bo played on Hayward field, Eu
gene, Wednesday afternoon.
Unless Kramer has changed en
tirely from the pugnacious person
ho was here last March, his Pur
ple and White warriors will step
onto the field "with the same
springy steps and aame fighting
spirit which, carried his rangy
Buekaroo . squad right through
Tillamook, Jefferson high and
then past SalemXhlgh Itself for the
This will be the second meeting
of Kramer's and Huntington's
teams and with that fact-added to
the existing rivalry between Eu
gene and Salem high, the rame
would be worth seeing if Salem
people had to travel twice the dis
Kramer's , men, like Hunting
ton's, have nq hopes for state
Championship. Marshfleld ' high
nipped them in the bud and uni
versity high rubbed more salt Into
the aensltive wound.
Both Elevens Are
However the Eugene team Is
similar to Salem's in that both
are making comebacks. Eugene
has since toppled the Bend Lava
Bears, pride of central Oregon, in
i I to 0 upset.
It is claimed at- Bend that the
sawdust field was a handicap to
the Lava Bears. Coach "Holly"
Huntington's men are used to
some sawdust, but too much
might even hinder the Cherrians'
Salem high's team is heavier
than that of the average high
school, yet the Eugene Register
Guard states that both teams will
have about the same weight. Eu
gene remembers Sugal and is pre
paring for him.
With the Salem' game looming
Wednesday, new life has been
added to the practices and with
the game in Eugene for the first
time in a number of years, a rec
ord crowd la expected.
Glen Sanford, eenter of the lo
cal team, will recall the scare Eu
gene higb gave the Salem's bas
ketball team last winter. After
taking a 51 to 19 spanking from
saiem High here, the Eugene
noopstera turned on their foe
when Invaded and Huntington's
men were fortunate to nose out a
one point lead to win.
MONMOUTH, Nov. 9 Coach
Larry Wolfe and 25 grldmen left
here today "for Yakima. Washing
ton, to play the University of Ida-
no mere Armistice day. From
there the Oregon Normal school
team will go to Cheney to meet
the Normal school team there Sat
Wolfe's team has made a name
for Itself this season and the fa
mous hidden ball play has been
a prominent feature in every
game. This play has brought a
number of touchdowns this season
and was good for one against
the University of Oregon.
- A large squad is being taken as
reserve material and will doubt
less be needed with two games
coming in halt a week. The squad
going Includes: Lang, Engebret-
son, Gretscn, Little, Edwards,
Senn, Harold, White, Welter and
Hiatt backfield men; Gordon,
Watkins, Phillips, Holt and Pet,
teys, ends; Spulres, Mason, Gib
son and Barger tackles; McKen
sle, Wedln. Plunkett and Burn
guards and Hart and Huston cen
ters. In addition to Coach Larry
Wolfe, Al Cox, assistant coach
and Borelng, the manager will
go. Several carloads of students
will probably attend the game.
DELAYED TO T
The girls' volleyball second
team game at the high school
which was scheduled tor yesterday
was postponed because members
of the sophomore squad were
practicing at the bowling alleys.
The game will be placed after class
hours this afternoon between the
sophomores and tha. Junior-sen-lors.
A second game will be played
on Thursday to determine the sec
ond class championship of the
schooL .. r"
Girls comprising the two squads
are: Junior-seniors Martha War
ren, Irma Martin, Bernlce Eyerly,
Doris HI day, Leah Steinbock, Shir
ley Parker, Violet Parker, Violet
VanLydegraf, Helen Miller, Ruth
Crites, "Marine Stout and Marlon
MIn thorn; sophopomes - Esther
Calllson, Marjorie Young,, Jean
McFaddin, Anne Cheren, Angelina
Paris, Lois Fold, Oliver Swingle,
Alice George, Irene Kaser, Lois
Seamster, Bessie Hatch, - Elms
Hoyt and Helen Page " .
; Leon Long, Alabama's heaviest
backfield man, weighs 187 and
Is the only senior ball carrier on
we sqttd,,-" .
Football ought to adapt well
to the moviea, where action ia r
the prime requisite. Football
has action. - Yet it hasn't been
done quite satisfactorily yet at
least in-any picture we have
"The . Spirit of Notre Dame"
comes nearest to it. The big trou
ble Is that the scenario calls for
certain things to happen - and
you can't order certain things to
happen in football and then make
them look spontaneous. When a
movie actor goes tearing through
an opposing team for a long run.
the trained observer, at least, will
notice some defensive men stand
ing there like sticks Instead of
fighting futllely to stop blm.
Nevertheless "The Spirit of
.Notre Dame is as technically
true to football as it could poa-
aibly be made. A substitute
even goes into the game and
doesn't begin telling the boys
what to do. And it does pot the
stress where It belongs on
blocking instead of ball toting.
In fact it's a sermon on the sub
ject that Rockne himself might
Speaking of Rockne, J. Farrell
MacDonald depicts him with noth
ing less than genius. Rotkne's
lovable qualities and his humor
are there along with his gripping
Guess they had to have some
movie actors. Lew Ayres isn't so
bad as a football player, but
William Bakewell isn't so good.
Especially when he strips down
and you see his muscular equip
ment. Frank Carideo and some
of the Horsemen do well as
actors; perhaps they might have
been able to play the leads if
given the chance.
And mentioning Carideo re
minds us that his term as guest
professor is ended and we'll have
to take up school again. Let s see,
what was that last question? Oh
yes. About klckocr formations.
The trend In the last two or
three seasons has been to the
"flying wedge," which is not the
"flying wedge" of old style foot
ball. That was a revolving wedge
which finally flipped the runner
out into the open. The kickoff
wedge goes right down the field
with the runner in the back' of 1L
He usually gets no farther than
the wedge goes, but that's farther
than he could go with any other
type of Interference. Of course if
the wedge drives clear through
the defense, the runner goes for
A few years ago it was thought
necessary to spread the kickoff re
ceiving team all over the field so
there'd be someone to take the
kick wherever It went. The teams
still spread out somewhat, then
close in to make the wedge. Some
times the tackles and one or two
others bunch In together to form
the nucleus for the wedge. It has
the added advantage, that one of
the regular ball carriers is more
likely to get the ball.
Another system Is to line five
men across the field In front of
where the ball Is likely to come,
with two farther -advanced to
guard against shoii kicks and
three ball carriers behind. Then
this wall advances ahead' of tbe
ru rifeer and each man goes out and
blocks a man. It s probably not
quite so effective as the wedge,
which makes the tacklers come to
the blockers Instead.
- Question What are shock
troops and why are they used?
Remember, there'll be plenty of
grandstand seats to Oregon's first
Junior high night football game
to be played on Sweetland field
tonight with Leslie and Parrish
having their, annual mix. These
boys are well coached and you
couldn't tell rooters of either
school that their team isn't the
finest, even if not he best, in the
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U Darwin had ever seen Jim Londos, champion wrestler, take a swing
on the rones of a rlnr such as the husky Greek la doinr here. hVd
think he had unimpeachable proof
from anes. Londos was eaurht
as he awaited the charge ef Mattel Ktrflenko, Russian challenger, in
ueiy nout la Mew zone jiatroa
Armistice day Victory ; now
Needed to Hold Chance
. For. Northwest tie'
A badly ' che wed-up Bearcat
paused In tbe process of licking
hia wounds Monday long enough
to take; stock
of the, situa
tion and de
cide that all
was not yet
are still two
e n e m 1 es
about, a Wild
cat and a Mis
If the Bear
cat can get
the best of
E4Tvm4 both of them.
he'll still be as good as anybody
i n the Northwest conference
woods, despite the clawing admin
istered by the Badger.
Tbe Wildcat la prowling near
by ready to spring at the Bearcat
Wednesday afternoon, at 2 p. m..
right out in broad daylight.
Coach Lever has made some
progress since installing his new
system at LInfield last year, and
while his team hasn t beaten any
conference opponents, it has
scored on both College of Puget
Sound and Pacific. Tbe score in
each case was 18 to t.
There would be nothing In that
to scare Willamette If he were
possessed of normal strength
but with this game four days aft
er the punishing Pacific affair and
with the list of injuries still heav
ier than it was last week, and fur
ther than that, with "dope" being
spilled all over the landscape this
season, there is nothing certain
about a Willamette victory.
"I'm afralLof all of them now"
Coach Keene said Monday night.
Dearth of Taokles
Is Greatest Worry
The tackle situation is the thing
that is bothering Keene princl-
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pally. For two years he had only keihall practice and have Joined
two tackles and needed no more, the Marion county basketball lea
This season he started with six, gue. The county Is divided in
and now finds himself with only halves for the league games. Lib
one in really good condition. That rty being In the north half, . as
onejs Tweed, who Is a good man lso are Woodburn. Aurora,' and
but not yet on a par wnn jones,
Allen and Lorenx.
Allen's injury was not aggra-
vated during the part of 'the Pa
cific game that he played, and he
may get into part of the LInfield
encounter. Jones broke his hand
and Lorenx was somewhat bunged
cp playing Pacific; Jones will not
be able to play at all and Lorenx
prooaDiy win not. uoacn j&eene
was thinking last night of shift
ing Percy Carpenter from guard
back to his old tackle position, or
of moving Connors in from end.
Grannis is better after his at
tack of tonsilitis but ought to
have more rest, so Houck will
probably get tbe - call at center.
Benjamin, regular end, la out for
this week at least. Higgins may be
one of the starting wlngmen.
Johnson, Mahan Slay
Then there are the backfield
casualties. Johnson and Mahan
are In about the same condition
that they were before the Pacific
game. They managed to : stay in
there a big share of that game
and may be able to repeat. At
any rate Keene was figuring pret
ty strongly on starting them along
with Erickson and Williams. The
alternate backfield which started
against Pacific had looked better
than the so-called regulars In the
n . c j
especially in the limelight, but it
didn't seem to go so wen in the
rain Here msi weei.
Keene will not pick his starting
lineup until after today's practice
may be held In the horse show SmAc Lnn'n ""akby de
stadium at the fairgrounds. A I .tL !L.Mf Chevrolet by the
"skull practice" was the only ac
tivity for the squad Monday.
Weiss, right half, has been Lin
field's big star to date, running j
80 yards for a touchdown against
Puget Sound. Stewart, Fridley
and Dalley have been teaming
of his theory that man descended
br the camera In this nnnanal mm
was pmned in minutca, si rTftTidf,
wlth Weiss in thebackfleld. Sergeant,-
Darby - and fineeden are
some of the veterans In the Wild
cat line.; . - .-!? ' ..
SOUTH BEND. lnd Nov. 5-
(AP) Heertly "Hunk" Ander
son, who stepped Into one of the
most trying positions of the rreat
autumnal sport when he Inherit
ed Knute Rockne's bir coachina
shoes, has amazed not only tbe
football world but Notre Dame. ;
His Notre Dame raiders, click
ing off yards at tbe rate of better
than one fifth of a mile a ' same
in their rush toward another un
defeated record, hare, convinced
even the most dubious : that - a
new master of. the rrldiron has
arrived and that It won't be ne
cessary after all to haul out the
emotional "carry on for Rockne"
banners to get along. S
The Notre Dame touehdown
manufacturing system is the
same today as in the Rockne era
but the makeup of - the coaches
Is strikingly 'different, Unlike
the old master of the ramblers.
Coach Anderson is quiet on and
off the field. He i seldom sDeaka
but when he does,; the touchdown
makers go through their trick .
They swear by him with as much
emphasis as they'! did their past
Coach Anderson's abilitv : in
teach the fundamentals and
tricks of smart football to new
men has been the secret of his
far reaching success. Probably
never before In Notre Dame foot-
oau nistory baTe there been mora
capable reseajes Uhan those of
the present ' squad, one of the
most ruthless machines to gritd
its way over the gridiron.
LIBERTY. Nor. 9 The T.!Wt
school boys are oreanixlnr
i uuoro. iae south half league
I teams will be at Stayton. Turner-
Mill City and Aumarllle. The win-
games piayed In each of
the two divisions will compete
for a chamnianahfn tmnd.
So far the schedule for leain' .
games U not romnit u..ri.
Liberty's first league game will,,
I be with Hubbard on December 41' '
i Doys siso will play
schools outside the league, and
Jill Tf . .gam Stayton in
that district on November 20
The personnel! nf r. i. . . .
8Cbool' team is not complete as
luuugn jar. Meyers' announ-
uwe is excellent material for
a good team. Practice will start as
I eoon as equipment can be tnntsii-
, -r -v.v una nut?
Z urne1 ,Qto a fine place it
bold basketball games.
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same margin. Herman Brown wa
nigh man for 'Emmons and H.
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RUDY DUSEK WINS -J-.:
CHICAGO. . Nov. $ (API-
Rudy Dusek, Omaha, Neb., heavy
weight wrestler,; defeated -George
Zaharias of Colorado, in straight
falls In the main! event at the Col
iseum tonight. 1 - '
V PIROXXE :CLT3fBrNG
CLEVELAKDi , O- Kot. S
(AP) Paul Pirrone continued
IN LEAGUE MATCH
his rise in the light heavyweight .
ranks, wita a third round knock
out tonight of Marty Collins, Phil
1 TOWKSEXD WUNKIt
NEW TORK.1KOT. (AP)-i"
Billy Tovmsend; Vancouver , wK
terwelght contender, pounded out
an easy ten round decision victory
over Andy Sariola.of New -York
at the St, Nicholas arena tonight.
Harry DuschaL 200-oounder. dt
Tides, time between tackla and
I end oa the North Carolina State.
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