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Pass fcolians ' If f . 1 3 . to
OUT TO REPEAT
U.S.C. Wins 13 toO When
Surprising ; air Attack
' ' Baffles Stanford
By R. J, NEWLAND
STANFORD STADIUM, Palo
Alto. CaL, Oct. 22. (AP) To all
the football "world today wa. flung
a stirring challenge by the Tro
jan ot Southern Caifornla as the
nation's mythical ' champions - of
1931 met and mastered Stanford's
Indians, 13-0 to pass the first
mighty test In detttise of their
While 15,000 rooters thrilled
to the. first big gridiron spectacle
of the far west beason. Coach
Howard Jones Trojans outdid the
'masters of aerial offfnse at their
own "game;" out tricked them
-when deception was needed and
generally outplayed one of the
greatest Stanford teams-assemoi-
ed by the old dean ot Tootoaii,
Glenn S. Warner, in many years: '
' From deep In their own terri
tory, the Indians kicked after an
ineffectual drive at the line m toe
second period. Onr Hohlaj. Trojan
quarterback, tucked the ball to
his midsection and headed down
the field. He was stopped after
an 18 yard gain.
The Trojans tried their third
pass of the game. McNeith,-sub- i
stitute left half, faded xar naca
In a deceptive spread by the back
field " while Ford Palmer, end,
' dashed over the goal line. Me
Nelsk whipped the ball true Into
Palmer's hands while three Stan-
- ford men looked on, apparently
too befuddled to close in on the
1 Trojan receiver. The try for point
Pass Leadii to Second
Midway; of the third period,
taking pos session of the ball in
mid-field, 'the defending chim
pions pushed over the last' line In
four ' playn. It happened thvst
Gets failed to gain on a punch
at the line. Clark, starting loft
half, dropped hack and shot a 30
yard pass to" Palmer, who raced
six yards more before he was
The ball was on the 9 - yard
mark. Mohler streaked through,
center for four yards, and Grif
fiths, starting quarterback who
; had been switched to right half,
' followed the same direction on
the last play for the touchdown.
This time, Ernie Smith's place
kick .sailed through thenars for
tne extra point.
Stanford had an edge in the
matter of yards gained, from
scrimmage, with 170 yards to 127
for Southern California. But the
Troans snatched $0 yards from
the air compared to 13 yards from
passes by the Indians.
NOTRE DfiME STILL
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Oct. 22 -
(AP) Notre Dame's football
army is still looking for opposi
The once mighty Scots from
Carnegie Tech valiantly attempted
- - to stem the tide of the polnt-a
minute scoring Ramblers before
- 30,000 spectators today but fell
under another avalanche of touch
downs, 42 to 0. It was the worst
.- defeat they ;v had received' In 10
years ', of : warfare 'with Notre
1 Dame. ". c-
Except, for. the -first minute of
play when Harry McCurdy recov
ered Mike Koken's fumble on the
' first play from scrimmage-on No
tre Damo. 11 yard line, the Scots
didn't havea chance. ;They were
, able to gain hut two yarda on that
break; ploughing through the sec-
. .end team to the nine yard stripe.
after that,-the game was. all one
sided .with the Ramblers running
and pass attack functioning
ameethly, ' .
. , Six backs, representing the first
; and second teams, scored Notre
Dame, touchdowns, piling up 410
. yards, from ' . scrimmage " to fthe
1 Scot's 7. and adding up 17 first
; downs to only two' for the" enemy.
t .... -
On Lucky Break
v CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ' OcL 23
tArj Atter outplaying Harvard
by a wide margin in three periods.
tho Dartmouth Indians lost a glor
ious winning chance today In the
last minute of play, when Dave
perfect pass In the end sone aad
the Crimson continued undefeated
- with its underserved .10-7 victory.
ih ih ! A A
1:445 Center' BU'AV'
4 - - Salem, Or.'
Take a look at Floyd Wolfgang,
125-pouud rrappler who comes
hero Tuesday to take n fling at
'J V; "V
hplke Ashby, who demons trat- nas aeieaiea sucn men as ijycione
ed his tonghness last - week Mackey and Jack Gorman,
when he defeated "Cannibal" Missonri. Valley
Tony Cordonn. Fans here Welter Champion .
thonght Conlonn was the last la June of this year Novak
word to off-color wrestling bnt WOn Missouri valley welter
Ashby showed him a trick or weight - championship -.and still
two. Ashby and Wolfgang will nold tnl title. His present am
appear on tho card with Curiy biUon Is a bout with Henry Jones
Wood and Bobby Novak, weK ' the world welter title Jones
terwelehts. has in his dutches.
California 7. Washington 6.
Oregon 32, Idaho 0.
Washington State 7, Oregon
Southern California 13. Stan-
Whitman 14. Pacific 0.
TT f T. k ft rallfnrnfa
Nevada IS. raUtarola. Africa 0.
nflIninh!a 19 ri.(MA 7.
nrni1 Knmii u. riniv Kor.
Brown 11, Tufts 0.
Colby 25, Bowdoin 0.
Colgate 14, N. Y. U. 0.
Maine t, Bates 0.
Columbia 46. Williams 0.
Holy Cross C, Rutgers 0.
Rochester 12, Buffalo 7.
Providence 14, St. Lawrence 0,
New Hampshire 22, Vermont
Hamilton 0. Hobart 0.
Western Maryland 12, George
Geneva 39, Boston U. ff.
Bucknell 14, Lafayette 0. .
Springfield '13. Delaware. 0.
Syracuse 12, Penn State 0.
Pennsylvania -33, Lehigh t.
Amherst . Wesleyan 0.
Case 13, Wooster 0.
Ohio State 0, Pitt 0.
Navy 0, Princton 0. -Army
20. Tale 0.
Harvard 10, Dartmouth 7.
Johns Hopkins 20, Haverford 0.
Michigan State 10, Fordham 13;
Michigan 32, Illinois 0. V S
Ohio Wesleyan 25, Depauw lS.
North Dakota State -7. North
Dakota University 0.
.Wisconsin . 3 9, Coo. 0.
Notre ' Dame .42, Carnegie
Purdue" 7, Northwestern 7.
Chicago 13,' Indiana 7.
Iowa State 0, Missouri 0.
Marquette 13, Boston College 0.
Nebraska 20, Kansas'!.
Monmouth 13, Cornell 0.
Miami 10,. Ohio 0.
Washington University 14.'Grin-
nell 7. . - " '" - - -
ton" and Lee .0. - . - ' v v- '
Georgia Tech .43.' North Caro
lina 14. - - ' - '-v
Alabama 24, University of Mis
sissippi 13. . - v ..-. -1,. ."."..u
North Carolina State 17. Flor
Vanderbilt 12, Georgia . '
Auburn 19. Tulane 7.
Oklahoma 20. Kansas State 13.
. Tulsa 29,. George Washington
Texas A. - and . M.:
University 1 -.
Centenary ; 13, Southern Meth
odist 7. ;; -; . j..: v. . -
ei- Roeky Monntaln : -v Tr
Western State 13. Idaho, south
ern branch T. 1 v
Colorado Aggies 7. Colorado
University . ;: ? !
-Texas Tech 31. Colorado!
Mine. 0. -Kj ,
Colleger II, Wyo-
Brigham Toung University 20,
I Colorado Teaeheraa..J
Ohio State Get
nvnvnnM a.'. m . .
PITTSBURGH. Oct.,22; (AP)
-Waging a defensive classic. Pitt
T ffi? c Jl- df nsiT -classic, Pitt
- ui oiam iougni it out to a
L8!6' f,iB1ichl.na n"ifleI
o. i sougm w
I launch. -f :'i.,l-
Wit a homkeflmh. ioa
lf.eOfl h.fA.. ,.k.-.-
the hbioa;VrV.rr Jin
A.t rt.t,ih ..-
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Bobby Novak of : Cleveland j
To Meet Curly Woods on
Armpry mat Tuesday -
' tTnnwn aa that "hnnk atenr
king," Bobby Novak of Cleveland,
veteran welterweight wrestler,
will make, his debut In Salem at
the armory Tuesday night, . op
posing early. Woods of CentraHa
I who ' has ' appeared here 'several
times but was unable to fill , his
last engagement .. against Castro
I because of an Injury. - . . , I
Novak la said to be entitled to
the aforementioned title because
ha . features the "figure four".
book . scissors, which. It U ,fur
ther claimed, no -wrestler , has
lever ..succeeded in breaking.
This newcomer is no novice at
the game,- having . started as an
amateur grappler with the Cher
ry Circle Athletic club in Chlea-
a naval enlisted man during the
war, after some conquests in ser
vice competition. He won the At
lantic coast lightweight title from
Frankle. Miller In .Boston in
1018. - ;
Following completion of' his
navy service in 1920, Novak has
oeen wresuing constantly in -the
ast, middle west and south and
oui . Jim luci jouei once,
giving him 'a hard battle. Woods
also has grappled with the head-
liners at that weight and the
winner of Tuesday nlghf. match
is difficult to pick. The boxing
na wresuing commission nere
announces this as the first of
a series of elimination matches
to pick an opponent for Jones.
- In - tliA nrellmtnarv "SntV"
Ashby of Flint. Michigan, who
bested Tony - "Cannibal" Cordo
ns here last week, will take on
another stranger, Floyd Wolf
gang; of unknown pedigree but
with a name suggestive of the
rugged regions ot northern Eur
Matchmaker Harry Plant has
been making it a practice to pack
considerable dynamite Into the
opening match of the evening.
ana tnmks ho has the combina
LONG RUNS PERMIT
McMINNVILLE. Ore., Oct 22
(AP) Aided . by two startling
runs oi 1.4 and 99 yards. Colum
bia university of Portland defeat-j
ed Llnfleld college, 19 to 7, In
tneir loothau gamo hero today.-
Billy. McCarthy, . midget Irish
halfback, tucked the , onenlnx
klckoff under his arm aad scram
bled 99 yarda for tho first touch
down. Three minute, later Lln
fleld, with .Johnny Voll lurainr
the ball, scored and Batehrik con
verted to give the Wildcats a 7
toiO lead. - -r. .
: In the second period, however.
Mel NehL Columbia triple-threat
ace, intercepted a pass behind his
own goal line, and ran 104 yards
to a touchdown to 'give tho Irish
the lead ' again. Columbia's final
touchdown came when. Thomas
lateraied to Nehl, who scored I
from the Llnfleld 10 vard Una.
The point for try after touchdown
was .won on a pass, Corcoran to
STAGG FIELD. Chicago. Oct.
2I'r-r (AP) Amos Alonso Stagg
brought hi Chicago Maroons,' a
band that looked like tho Maroons
I10' M back to the big ten football
wats today to earn, by two ouiek
I thrusts,' a 13 to 7, victory qver In-
aiana s unsay Hoosiers.
downs, and then finding, them -
.1 selves stopped after the second
I period, gave a -brilliant defense
I against forward , passes that
threatened-an Indiana victory or
Upon Yale ior
rr3a I laraoTC
NEW flAVEN. Conn.. Oct.! 22
(AF) A couple ot savage,
long-legged buckoes, Felix fPlck"
Vldal and Jack . Buckler, . turned
I wn . lue i most, ormiani 1 or an
the east'i annual football p.-
xeants into ? a two-man roi tL
geaats into a two-man rodeo to-
i dayy as ;a crunching Army eleven
battered,the Bulldog air over the
i dowi ror,i 20- to 0 victory. "
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COLUMBI A VICTORY
0T tloa-.Cltr., here.
S SW IIllHUVt IUIUllIHl. WaULlaVJaf
thir day. : ,
History repeated itself In Sat- .
rday's Oregon ' SUte-Washlns:-toa.
State puae yesterday,' with '
Bchissler'a mem speadimg most
of the aXtcrn'ooa trampllBg th :
territory' rlgbt in front 'of the
Cougars goal line 'but setting
nrroes only once and winding np
wlta exactly the same score na
last yenr. . - .
However, we are Informed by
Clayton V. Bernhard who reported
the game for the Associated Press,
imaginable in their uest ot those
,. :c. .
tew needed yards, - So for once
we'll lust have to put It down that
Washington. State had the better
team. Oregon State did get a num
ber of breaks, including that
which led to tho one successful
Guess Southern California Is
off to tho races again. The Tro
jan didn't look so hot for m
while, bnt they're not likely to
face anything " ninch tougher
than Pop Warner's crew. We .
were sort of hoping, Pop would
cop this yenr.
College of Puget Sound sends
Its greatest football team In his
tory here next Saturday. Wo. have
a feeling that youll hear quite a
great deal about this Logger team
and its Impending clash with tho
Bearcats, for a committee is at
w"h V0" .l le"
the world know about It. How
Tr tbA KommtttM'i ork won't
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DO uiii.iv.uii ivr iiiia iuiv aimo i
more potentialities than any play
ed in Salem since Whitman', visit
hero two years ago. -
Paget Sound has a line a big
as Washington' and whole
flock of raring, tearing ball
toters. Bnt we'll go into that
matter : farther n the week
In fact It's going to be a big
week in a football way, for As
toria high comes hero to play Sa
lem high Friday night, and there a
drama in that encounter also. It
will be the big game ot the year
for the red and black.
In the Albany college game
Friday night, Willamette, gain
ed n total of 600 .yards, - a
nearly as onr. record reveal.
Wo sort of slumped on the job .'
after the last touchdown. From
crtnunage , 400 yard , were
gained to Albany' 28, and run
ning back klckoff and pant
gave the . Bearcat ll yaras
mere to Albany s 82. ...
WUlamett niadn 1 first downs
to Albany' two, which Included
on due to penalties. But-Wttlam
ette fumbled nine time it seem
ed more than that and lost the
ball five ot these times.- Albany
fumbled twice and lost tho ball
The comedy, fentnre ot the
ibm wn tho' tragedy featnr
to Hanswirth, Albany tackle. Ho
lost his bridge work in the mod
and the game wa delayed n few
minnte while' the boy hunted .
for It. Then the spot waa mark- -
ed with n stick and a farther
search waa made, that night and.
Saturday, but wo haven't heard:
'of recovery of tho teeth.
The best remark we've heard
recently was that ot a very young
lady who had Just met a promin
ent local baseball manager and
football official, sad later said she
had been introduced to Frank
Gains Tie With
O't-IIfJi.''Df..!"1"" M tarM isiwr. were
1 nHlling "i aV I preent at the: jegular all-day
meeUngot tho Waeonda eommun -
kvaxstov. ill.. Get. 22 f AP)
-Outplayed tor 'three periods,
xrw'r" -Atr tZm
..y.wVptTo K nSi in
UIf f touchdown
.hat Ptaxlil VnrTrin.- lA 1 A ' T Tlan
"TL J- " '
The climax of today's game was
furnished hy Blond. Ollie Olson;
fuuback, and Pug Hentner, North-
western's all-America' halfback of
Purdue's five vard . line.. Olson.
taking the ball trom center, toss -
ed It tb Rentner. who with nerfect
aim, shot a forward pass into tho
waiting - arms ot George- Potter,
Wildcat halfback Potter.' was
standing behind Purdue's goal in
I one corner- of, the end zone, and
1 htee Ot tOUT "
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SCIO, Oct. . 21 There ere four
( ?.. inree eninese wm ne
nm at home. They
f ' - fVAT 1 ' ' H4rTWhlirr BaW A
; Not, : 1 S, OeiraU thre
in Sight For C. P. Si
. N. W. CONFERENCE - -
' ' - W. I. Pet.
Puget Sound 3 0
Willamette ....... 5
Whitman ........ 3
C. of Idaho...... .1
? , Northwest conference football
games of the last two day. have
set-the stage for. a crucial game
here next Saturday' when the. pow
erful and" undefeated College of
Puget; Sound', eleven . will.' eome
here to meet Willamette, also un
defeated to ' fate in conference
epnwsis axso ieii
Whitman, narennial ehamnlon in I
v ....i.. v. a.
tory over Pacific. . This game had
been, predicted- a -toss-np and
Whitman, two-touchdown victory
... . I-
.However. Whitman will not
continue to bo a contender unless
Willamette manages to defeat Col
lege of Puget Sound next Satur
day, for Whitman has lost a game
and Puget Sound, " after . playing
Willamette, will "have only Albany
eollege left on its conference
schedule. Albany is not capable of
stopping the Loggers, who will not
play Llnfleld this season.'
A tie game between' Willamette
and Puget Sound, on' the Other
hand, would eliminate Whitman
as a championship possibility but
would enhance the importance of
the Bearcats' games with Llnfleld,
Pacific and Whitman. By winning
all of them, Willamette would tie
with Puget Sound for the title.
Willamette is In. less favorable
position than Puget Sound as the
Bearcats must still look ahead to
these hard games. Even If it wins
from Puget Sound, defeat by two
of tho others would force Willam
ette out of the race, though with
one defeat It could win the title
on n nercentar basis
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 2Z.
(AP) Scoring in the first five
minutes and the last five minutes
of play. Whitman college defeated
Paeifie university, 14 to 0, in their
football gamo her today.
The Missionaries found them
selves with the ball on Pacific's 27
yard line when Staines intercept
ed a Badger pass shortly after the
opening klckoff. After a first
down on line plunges, Kolts shot
a pas. to Staines, who stepped
across the lino for a touchdown.
Whitman' final' score eCme on
another Intercepted pas with only
I a few minutes of play remaining,
Koits leaned into tho air. crabbed
Corrigan's pas. on the Paclfle 1J,
ana romped the distance to score.
Anderson again converted.
Kolts, with Gibson and Ander
son, stood out for the Whitman
Pacific made twice as many
first down, as Whitman taking
ten to its opponents' five, but was
unable to score.
Pfirtrpr Pffi fj nnc
For R. F. C. Aid
Coming W. Word h9ulA contribut to the local re
- 7 . Q .. . y", Uef organization to the limit of
WASHINGTON. Oct. l-(AP)
-The monthly report of the re
construction corporation to. 'con
gress today, showed advance au-
'thorlxed In September amounting
to 1137,341,000. and ontstaading
loans, of nearly, a. billion dollars..
Made public today .by South
Trimble, elerk of tho house of
representative., . the - report re-
yealed a marked deellnd In appli-
cauuna ivi iwu or uaucwi. in-
suiuuona as compared with-the
1,101 received In August, In Sep-
: tember, there .were 700 ueh ap
plications. rmmrrrithr P1,K."
Next, Meeting l. .-.
WACONDA. rvt.1 2 2 m irt.ar,
T club, thl week at tho homo of
JMra . Ellsworth Hubbard near Wa-
The next rnU.7nTin..
ni h- .u Lw-z
I uUUrr ! BHIEf An MM lOlTIa;. RlflTMflM
r-MarioHanneran.. danahter of
I cnarie. Hannegan l. able to be at
I achooi, again after a, month's ill -
causea ny severe injury to
j her toot.- The cause, of . infection
I was not discovered until a week
ago when a large splinter was re
MRS. BROWN GOES EAST '
I a t.... ...
i saiem Friday night - for - Fort
. , la., -where fbeywill at-
tend the golden wedding anniver-
and Mr. Whaley. Mr. and Mrs.
Whaley visited their , daughter
here two years ago. ; i '.
HOMER DIXSOX8 ". VtStT"
INDEPENDENCE. Oet 22
I Mr." and Mrs. Homer Dixon . are
weesena-- visitor at the . home
or 'Mr. -Paul E,
Dixon is principal "oLMadras:hi3hlerno'On ; followins) kit arrest Katnr-
sehool,- and is attending 4.heprln-
cipals' coBferene-.at.'Slem..He Vess driving eharre.-His driving
was coach at' Independence high j war alleged to avo - been the
for JflJoyearfc.J-rl of aa'iufcldeat, i.-.'.;-' -::
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tXtra POint On PaSS Alter
Williams' Sprint: Ends
- North's Title Hope
By -FRANK G. GORRIE ; r
- WASHINGTON STADIUM, Se
attle, Oct 22 - (AP) The bat-
.red Bear, of CallfornU .geared
the Paeifie oast conference eham-
t .ssrssrn nexmim UK. LaUUUlUiA aiuvsu cu fl
I plonship hopes ot the University
I of Washington football team in
the slippery -sod in this stadium
today when they scored, a spark
ling 7 to victory, winning by the
i margin, of the extra point alter a
7r,7; ... th. eW it tkn
seaicn lor ine aooioernjB, nu.
virtnallv eliminated all northern I
ih,iaIi iumi fMm Mii'iM.niinn I
for tho title as Washington was
the only undefeated eleven In this
section before the battle.
It hmlnil n,u liul l 1 -
demon halfback in the person oi
Arlelgh Williams, which turned
defeat' Into victory in the 19th
traditional . contest between ' the
two elevens. -
From, Washington's 47-yard
line late in tho second period Wil-I
Hams took the ball tor a Una
smash. His linemen opened a big
hole at right tackle and he shot
through into tho waiting arms of
all the Husky baektleld men. He
pushed one aside, wiggled out of
the clutches of two other and
headed for Art Ahonen, the Wash
ington safety man. His interfer
ence took care of Ahonen and Wil
liams romped on to tho winning
touchdown. - -
. The extra .point waa Important
after the Huskies had failed at
their, opportunity and Williams
dropped back, indicating a drop
kick. He took the ball from center
and completely surprised- Ihe
Washington grldders with a for-
ward oass Into the corner to Gns
Castro: scintillating ouarterback.
who stenned over the real atrlne
for the single point that proved to
be the margin of victory
Washington', lone tally came
on tho wings of a forward pas.
late in the first period which was
good for 47 yards. Ahonen, trl-
.it).0 v a
the ball to Bill Smith. Bill hauled
.1.. lvi.j -i. w
fornla backfield. Juggled the ball
for an insUnt. and dashed away
Belvin the 'score. California
held a sutistieal edge in only the
put together 171 yards gained
from scrtmmag- Vith 73 from
three completed passes for a total
of 249 yards, while the visitor.
gained 139 on the ground and 10
lr '?r a 189-yard total.
(Ontlncsd from' pace 1)
which confronted .tho .state
"The governor does feel, how
ever, (hat all state employe
their financial ability."-.
ot Governor Meier. . employe of
all department, and institution,
voluntarily agreed to. contribute
one day', pay aJ month for a per-'
lod of five months the funds to be
used for unemployment purposes:
The contribution extended over
the period November to March.
NA Mnlnhiitlniia . Iim Vu.
asked ' for or made: since that
i tin a.
'HmWQ H aillirt
- - '. -
t.W - TTi .VAT." iV:r
tary-in Chicago, tonight told an
I thoriUe. she - killed her three
It1-.. mua m9a lo kiiMiereit.
Sh s14 ahe wa. despondent be-
1 cn9 of JnabUlty to find work.-
4 . "aren a . oodle . were
- m law tmii a . Doaic . were
on bedi to tho hotel
I'oon, .ho rented Fridar nltht.
Doctor, said the mothar waufch
recover from ,an;oW
PQo. i ' r
t - . 1 1 - -7
t - . inn -
1 ' III JNingWOOCI Where
New .Homel Bought
DNGWOOD. Oct, 22. Mr.
. and MraE. .Gray, formerly of
salem. have purchased the ' new
1 Tl . 7: .:
i "e - ' T.
yoorton Laeav anffered V aiC
ankle a week aro' from a falL
The Injured member I. enca,ed in
a metal trace enablln tho roaaa
manto resume hi. studies at Sa
lem' high.- -y - e i , : ? h
; JXTRGEXS ARRESTED
- - Gren Jurgens of . Ketser was
cited to appear before Jndre Mark
I Pouisen at 2 o'clock Monday aft-
( day night by city police on a reck-
IfJVOKED THIS YEAR
., aa I I aai O ! I
MOSCOW, . Idaho, Oct. 22
AP) On a rain soaked and slip-
pery:gTidiron. the University-of
Oregon Webfeet outpassed. out
drove and outpunted the Univer
sity of Idaho-football team in the
latter homecoming contest here
today.' Tho final score was 32 to 0.
Mark- Temple, flashy - Oregon
tftfJ(h.nwtl . ,-th.Hii ti,
halfback, - led tho Webroot on-
touchdowns, and " gathering tho
two points earned in completed
tries for points after touchdowns.
He darted through the Idaho line
I on tho second play of the game.
! and shook - off tackier - for IS 1
yards to make -his first score.
few minutes later, titer an
waiB Randall, subsOtttto Idaho 1
p-hted poorly toll
h.im..v : ...ta tA vi. k
. i . . I
through tho line for - 20 yards,
Bobbitt advanced it three-yards
more, and Temple took it across.
n i - m m I
piay ef tne seCond period, break-
ing through tho- Idaho line and
dashing 12 . yards. Near the end
of the period Fepelnjak, right
halfback, found a hole off Idaho'
ght tackle, and. splashed 41
yards for a touchdown.
Oregon', last score came In the
third period. , Pepelnlak hurled a
long pass to Poixo, substituting
for Mors at end, and Porzo ran
17 yards to score.
(Continued from - pa. 1)
granting of credit for
oluJ? Vu u'. v . m
B te allowed for
naco at national guard drill
"uaT mmtary training
"d reMc oots,I ef high
A report submitted ny ward
I Hammersley of Tillamook on
"secondary lnterschohutle rela -
lions, - aeoate, oeciamauon. mu-
I m aoa i7V"S. nso waa
I - . . .
"'ZTSr"' "l?" .
I u lowiiiiuouutuuui vi iau
I ti hi muii, t th.
' .lr! ve Lh,!
in " !0Blt,08'
",1. "Til' "a
,.; ,-T-: ...m.
,.:,rr "TXr.,? r "
I'ZZS"' - - ' r.ZZZZL .
XSi n? hi thV
district. - and . tho entertainment
made free to tho public.
. That a plan of organisation and
control ot school activities be de
veloped by a director In the state
department Of education.
. Other outstanding events on to
day, program included- an ad
dress by I. H. Van Winkle, attor
ney general, and a brief talk by
iia ri. xaoss. secretary ei aiaie.
Van Winkle discussed tho neaal
WW. - WW . . J. - M . A A
aspect, of the union high schooL"
t.. . -mm ; j ...
the principle, ot education.
Sheldon Saekett. of Tho Oregon
cipal speaker, at the annual baa-
quet of tho organisation. . . - .
.The convention Is hold annually
under the direction ot C. A. How-
ward, state , .uperlatendent . of
I f bool-
atallation For '
New Post Officer
Slated on Nov;r16
HEX PUTrJAM HEADS
i . iiUB.rB.iHUBJE, ua W.inenn. ......... rg...... Tuttle
u. ,uey;.wa eiectea commanaer
f Independence 'post, .'American i
Legion tor. the next year, aV the
einteyer, ursi vice, com -
wn ut n n n i vnn n-s mw a w aaiAAtt an
"rice-commander; O. O. 'Godfrey,
K- wauter. historian;
James Hart, G. C. Smith,' Dr. C.
K..Long, Harry Keeney. OrviUe
veus, execuuve committee.'
A. R. Snyder, formerly of Inde
pendence, now Of Eugene and Or-
im -nr.n. .. .
I WBB JeweVinsUllIiion Is
Kr"tn:f X? JP-9
'? rr:u o-
ayailaSe. 5 : ' V
Tr l j . fj..,!
neia at Kural JtlOmel
SUMMIT HILL, Oct. 22A Jol-
I Booth's weddinr.
sddlng. ; -
furnished the amuse
1 ft for." tbo evening. Mis Hari
;GueU included Mr and Mrs. I
1-. Co?! -rV "d ' M. Thurlo
a ruuiLii. ai r - n n u f irv in
ismitn, Mr.-and Mrs. Ted Waited
head, Mr.' and Mrs. D. D,-Parka .
Mis. Ruth Clark and Mis Har
i : AT 3IEETIXG HERE' 1 S
.,..-. . . r . ... . ...
HUB BAR D, Oet. 2 2. Eu gen
11 ke,; -principal -of 'schools - here,
.wa in- Salem ov.r the week' end
t attend . the annual tneetmgn'of
"tho State Prlnclpals'assbciatlbn;
. v. .- .v -
D9Vfr Piic-h Thpip uiav in
HCaVefS ;.SI1- ineif Way 10
Scoring Region Often,
Get Across Once
(Continued from pas ljm
yards for the Ion Beaver tallr on .
g. Us! trj. But the, acortBf .ton-;
1 at 7 . - .
George Sander. ' nlayinc . his last
year for the Cougars, started tho
first period ' touchdown drive. On
tho first play after several ex
changes of punts, he slipped Jand
dodged around the right end for
is yaroa, it looked as It he were
tho clear lor a touchdown, but he
W n7i7 ivfi Vit "
OWT.w. lacaier ana leu on
tBe Beaver zJ-yard line.
-.r JttS! EB.Vi. At'i
! Ith tlir0ia,g5
1M lM. otaaer MHta nit ltd
wi.i cir a Zt .iy losB
hurled by Sander durinr thm n-
ure game 10 place tho ball on the
3-yard stripe. After two line plun
ges failed 'to gain much ground.
siamey uoiourn went in for the
Cougar, and shoved over for the
tonehdown. Eubanks converted.
tho ball saflinr beautifully h
tween the bars as a heavy rain
added to the dampened spirits of
Tom Battle Tide
Norman Franklin. Oreron Kt.f,
sophomore, turned tti checking
play to an offensive to back the
cougars up to their own goal lino
with several long runs. So deci
sive was this drive that tho Cou
gars never-threatened again until
tho final few seconds of the game.
Aiw. jrranjuin got the ball
dawn tlx tkl'f.. . . . ..
, . . vuugr .iz-yara line
tho .eeond period. Wash-
VC7. rJ h1u,m nT
"ore to place the ball within sev-
en yards of the goal. The Beavers
manage to get down four
Jara. closer, hut from this point
I t nn vnA .
they were Uken for losses nntn
me gun ended the neriod.
I In tho third quarter FrankHn
1 was injured and Tnmm w,h
I cameo on tho work, with t.a
I . . . - ' wmm M w
i m ot .xiaroia JOSlln the hall
: 'r maraer. it was
I us (JOUraTS neiff thai iwniiit
i- tZZ 7"T? Ieu atMn
0B 'V .however got oft
knockl t the goal line
fT ?Wd lino Upe. But
:".ucieusiie sirengtn repeated It-
"Ter ot to be
J Y? Tey pened on Da
In. "even, minutes
of play, but thi. time several n
is from Keith Davis to Hoe and
uiancone put the ball down to the
Three times the Con ran hslil
but on the last down Blancone
broke loose and went around the
left end to fall Just over the goal.
Rarely have two teams battled
so evenjy a .hown by .tatlstics.
i Atv M. . r . ..
. ""t1". Trd ros. from
i.t ."mmKe; po
I lost more, so net waa i (Vr it?
hTor- m " f0rc!d punt
ff. me? - t SWdfi.loir
IwprtI11 Mocked. . The Beav
--T -6rVa ,z nrds. Beth
rst downs,. W. S. C. four
Bm .nmmaga, one from pass.
ovarers -and 2. Visitor. trA
and completed Just one pas for
It yards. " The Bearew .eared
eight, eorapletsd I for 40. yards.
Lineup and summary: .
W. 8. C" - q nj q
Knitter. . . . in'.. . : K. Davis
Busato. .f: . . . it. . . Mnier (c.
imp.. rt.. Schw.mmel
Stagnaro. . . f . . q..'.. Blancone
8aader (e) . . . lh. ..... panel.
1 wasn. State .-T...T 0
i m aa smm. an a a w
r . Scorink Jet WaaWna-tok nt.ti.
?, tr f.poit. i.v
Mrs. BaHruff It ..:
Hosteis to Sewing
- .Group at - Keizer i
XEIZERJ. Oe'LT. 22 V- l!n. Jo.
Bartruff wa kostess for a qnlis.
ing bee . Thursday . all day at her
nemo in East Kelxer. Dinner waa
served at noon, '.with Mrs. Martha
Fooi and Mis. Talma Flifflet as-'
slsting. the hostess.
rj nose present were Mrs. James
Keller. Mrs. Will Taylor. Mrs. Ed
Those present were Mrs. James
na uecioua, Mr. Robert McClar.
Un- rnl Flifflet, Mrs. Otto-
wenatehee, Wash., have been
- 1 bouse guests this week ot his ex
'J :tr. .Mri Curti.Cpl. The Har--
P1L- WJU.' " a W - a
folk VV Omeil to Meet
. : - - . .
.At IUclrieall. .27t!i
ORCHARD -HEIGHTS. Oct. 22 -Member
of- the local Woman
club r urged to attend tie first
of the three yearly meeting, of
the : polk' County ' Federation of
Women' clubs, which will meet
in n day session Thursdav. Octo-
I ber 27, In the" grange hall at Rick-
rreali. -v- . ' " .