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THE DAILY CAPITAL JuifENAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1919.
A!m ALSO DEFEATED
BY i011 CLUB
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Tho Willamette Bearcats were de
feated Saturday afternoon for the first
time this Fear by Multnomah club of
Portland, by a score of 24 to 12. Su
perior weight tells the whole story.
The clubmen had the best of it by an
average of twenty pounds, but even
then the result was uncertain up to
the last quarter, when the fighting
Bearcats were exhausted and six of
the beat men had been forced to leave
the came. Three of Willamette's men
snay not be able to play again this
season, as a result of Saturday's game.
Xasler, center, suffered a dislocated
vertebra; Day, right guard, a twisted
knee, and Rarey, fullback, a broken
angle. Basler was in critical condition
tor several hours after the game, but
Is now improving.
Willamette scored the first touch-
dawn in the first quarter, when Zell
cr recovered an onside kick and ran
IS yards over the goal. In the second
quarter Multnomah forced over two
touchdowns by straight line .plunging
methods. Murphy scored the first and
Francis the second. Early In the third
quarter Wapato Mocked one of Fran
cis 'punts and then fell on It for a
touchdown, tleing the score. In the
last quarter, with Willamette's best
men either exhausted or Injured, the
Multnomah steam roller started
again and forced over two more touch
downs, the first being scored by
Vrancis and the second by Miller.
Though Multnomah undoubtedly
Jiad the best team, Willamette put up
, a. game fight from start to finish.
IMmick, LawBon, Hauler and Tobie
1 vera the stars on defense, while Zel-
' ler did good work carrying the ball.
' Francis was responsible for most of
the yardage gained by Multnomah,
Miller and Murphy also doing good
work. The lineup follows:
Multnomah (23) (12) Willamette
Donaldson....: LER Wapato
Jttltt. .LTR Brown
Hemphill Z LGR Day
Xyton C Easier
, Kern. ..RGI. .. Lawson
1 Holden ...RTT, Tobie
i JTafrgart.. .,:....REL , Thomas
; Murphy. Q Ganzans
3Vancla.. F , Rarey
Duffy. RHL Dimick
Miller. LI IK Zelier
I Substitutes: Willamette, Ramsey
1 for Day, Vinson for Thomas, Barnes
tor Rarey, Bain for Busier, Thomas
lor Tobie, Irvine for Ganzans, Jack-
, son for Vinson.
Multnomah: Fleischstinger for Tag-
i part, Darbo for Hemphill, Welch for
OLD RIVALS THRICE
University of Oregon, Eugene, Nov.
17. Oregon's homecoming week end
was a grand and glorious success and
the university's triple victory over its
rival institution, on the soccer field,
the cross country course and the foot
lall gridiron Saturday, were vital con
More than 1000 ' former students
and graduates returned to the campus
for the week end and participated In
the greatest reunion of lemon-yellow
classmen ever held on the Eugene
campus. It was a constant succession
ft greetings from the bonfire rally of
Friday evening to the grand ball of
the following night and the open house
receptions of Sunday afternoon,
Oregon opened its day of victories
ty defeating the Aggie soccer team
3 to 1, Saturday morning, and Just pre
vious to the opening whistle of the
annual gridiron classic a green jer
sieved cross country runner burst thru
the gates of the then dedicated Hay
ward athletic field and. amid the
cheering of the SO00 people who fill
ed the stands and crowded around the
aldellnes, crossed the finish line a
pood IB yards in the lead of the near
est orange 'and black runner,
Coach "Shy" Huntington's eleven
pigskin artists added the finishing
touch to a "perfect day" for Oregon
opportera when they outplayed the
(. A. C. team to the tune of to 0.
The word "outplayed" is used advis
edly in speaking of the varsity foot
ball victory. Never during sny of the
four periods was the outcome In
doubt. Coach "Bill' Hargiss'. protegees
allowed evidence of being dangerous
mly twice during the afternoon. Ear
ly in the first quarter they secured pus
Mission of the ball slightly on their
n side of the field and plunged suc
cessively through the Oregon line for
three first downs. Again at the open
ing of the second half, when Lodell
ran Steers klckoff back 65 yards and
the Corvallia lads bucked thgjr way to
two more first downs and got within
place kicking distance of the goal, it
looked as if the visitors might gather
sufficient punch to score. But Lodells
attempt, from the field was blocked
and Callison nearly got away for a
70 yard sprint. to the Aggie's own cov
eted chalk line.
Oregon's touchdown came late in
the second quarter when the lemon
yellow took the ball on the Aggie 22
yard line. A forward pass, Steers to
Huntington, netted 17 yards of the
distance to the posts and with their
backs almost camped on the goal line
the O. A. C. bunch was penalized half
the distance to that line for being off
side. On the following play Branden-
berg went through the guard for
three yards and the only touchdown
of the contest. Steers failed to convert
the extra point, kicking from a 25 de
gree angle. The drop kicking toe of
"Skeet" Manerud, who replaced Steers
at quarter In the third period, annex
ed the additional three points soon af
ter Oregon secured the ball on the
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Aggie's 27 yard line when one of Lo
dell's punts was blocked.
There were plenty of thrills in the
game for the spectators, but there
was little real football displayed.
Steers broke away and eluded Aggie
tacklers for two long runs and brought
the stands to their feet several times
by spectacular plunges through the
line. Manerud, too, provided his share
of the entertainment in elling his mid
get self through the opposing defense.
Powell, the O. A. C. fullback, ( was
the tower of strength for his team,
reeling off 78 of the 103 yards they
gained rrom scrimmage. Ana tnaij
tells the tale it was a clash of indi
vidual stars, of which Oregon had the
greater number. As teams neither was
above the ordinary. The Aggies lack
ed punch and concentrated fight,,
while Oregon's eleven was an aggre
gation of cripples and second string
men, ,and performed accordingly. Ore
gon had more fight and played bet
ter not good football, and it won.
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reached Sioux City ' today that the
five bandits who shot- their way out
of the county Jail at Leniars, Iowa,
Friday night had been seen leaving a
boxcar near Ida Grove, Iowa. A large
armed posse is close on their heels.
William Maxwell, son of Sheriff
Hugh Maxwell, of Plymouth county,
died yesterday from wounds received
in a battle with the bandits.
Bloodhounds from Waterloo, Iowa,
were put on the trail of the bandits
Sunday. They led the posse east from
Lemars and the
the guns stolen by the bandits were"
Rewards totalling $6500 have been
posted for the capture of . the band.
and almost the entire population of
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