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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1916.
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JTOUR NEW WORLD'S
' RECORDS ARE MADE
l.cxinirti.ii, Ky., Oct. O. Four now
world's rorurdd were niiule on tho track
ol' the Kentucky TrottUf Hciiwhiwd-J-r'
RMSociution licro Saturday. A. II.
('(Mien's " yenr old filly, flio Real
luuly, driven by Tiiinmy Murphy, in
wiuntnir tne f'.nMW llreeilers' eep
ntjikes, lowered the world' record for
S vear old trotter reifnrdlnim of
Rutuwll Itoy won the. 1:0.1 jince nfter
four hentii and in luitif no patnhliahetl
a world record tor a four hent race.
l.tt Axworthy, driven by Hen Whitv,
lowered lua own world s record to
I n ii in the uioruliiK Peter Look was
given a record of 2:0.1, roducinii the
former record for 3 yenr old imcing
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The clnet iini'iiidr eihilntion wan the
'i:0;t pace, won by Kuaaell Hoy nfter Ux
most aliiPbornly touKht race ol uiei
week. Itiiswcll llov was seut away
UaCK UJ Mill lltMU 111 IIH 11111 Ul'lll, Ulll
overhauled Peter Stevens and Hradon
llirect in the stretch nnd won iu 2:00V,
The llreedera sweestake tor 2 year
trotters ia (he moat valuable 2 year
old fined even ever trotted. The Kenl
I v won the nice handily.
Harroda t'reek won tho historic Ken
tucky atake iu atraight heats.
Trimnda became a double wiuuer or
the meeting when she won the 2:1" trot
in featureless stvle.
The dinner stukes Ur 3 year old trot
ters was wou by Michallowa from Ole
Mistia, ttip only other starter.
OLD ELI BREAKS OWN RECORD
New Haven, Conn., Oct. fl. Ynle
utoned for Inst vear's lO-loO defeat bv
the I'niversity of Virginia by over
whelming the Pixie collcinti Saturday
til to X It "Hi the large! score made
by the Ynle eleven in 20 years.
The game bad scarcely started be
fore Virginia recovered the Yale fum
ble, nnd. being unable to cnin. (nr
rinulon lifted the bull over the bar
from the .'10 ynrd line for a field goal.
Afler 1 lint Virginia never was (inuger-
out, while Yale devi'loped a powerful,
eruniin' attacK that swept the bard-
iiKoting MrkTininns from their reel,
Journal Want Adi Get Kesutts.
Privates Who Qualify
May Go To West Point
Sergeant 1-Vench. in charge of the
army recruiting station in this city,
said thia morning that the Vnited
States nrmy is offering a course in
West Point, the United States militurr
nendemy, to the young follows who
join the array nnd qualify for entrance.
Ho aaid that for the young man of to-1
day who wishes a college education,
uotliing more ideal could be offered.
Heretofore, tho sergeant said, the
course at West Point was open ouly to
appointees by representatives nud sen
ators, but now it ha been thrown upcu
to young men of tho army.
"This eourso, " declared Sergeant
French, "fits the young man not only
for nn officer but- for almost any posi
tion in life. I'pon graduation a commis
sion as second lieutenant in the nrmy
is received. During the time at the
academy tho student is beiug paid by
the government instead of paying for
his education. And when he is through,
there is n job ready for him." The
sergeant expressed his appreciation of
the interest being taken in the army by
the young men of Kalcui.
Our circulation Is still climb-
k In ir no read tha naner and
! Jou'U know tha reason.
O. A. C. BEATS IDAHO
WILUMETTE 97 TO
Salem Bunch Never Had
Look In at Any Stage of
Overwhelmed by an avalanche of
sheer dynamic football power from the
charging of one hugo Bezdek's pigskin
machine the fighting Willamette bear
cats were trumped on, muzzled ami
stuffed with the clay of Rincnid ceme
tery nt Kugene Saturday afternoon to
the tune of S7 to 0
Thnt the University of Oregon cohort
was merely toying with the lighter but
gritty Methodist warriors was appar
ent almost from the first blnst of the
whistle. And it was a continuous per
formance until the nintinee was called
in tho early dusk, t.'onoh Mathews'
players offer no alibi; the team wr.s
just simply outplayed and outclassed.
The game us a whole was character
ized by off tackle bucks and end runs
on the part of the lemon ycllowites
from u .new shift formation of five
men on the lino and six iu the back
field as well as n well directed but fu
tile series of passes on Willamette's
Although the game was a slaughter,
numerous brilliant bits of work brought
several players into the limelight. Shy
and llollis Huntington secured II and 3
respectively of the touchdowns for Ore
gon of the 14 made. For Willamette
Klcgol's passing and Orosvenor 's boot
ing lor an overage of Il'i yards were
noteworthy as also was the spectacu
lar tackling of Dimirk and liexford
who invariably downed the Oregon re
ceivers in their tracks.
Willamette's only chance to score oc
curred in the third quarter when, after
a series of fivo completed posses and
Urejjon 's offside penalty, the ball was
on the Oregon 1!0 ynrd line. It was
passed over the goal line, but Oregon
intercepted, thereby thwarting the car
dinal and gold players' ambition to
The line up:
Klcuel ...i I.K Mitchell
Tobic Proctor I.T Heckett
liuerin, Womer Ui ....Snyder,lud!ey
University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho,
IVOct. D. Coach Pipal's speedy nnd well
lirameu iootunu aggregation scored a
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ui-cisive victor uguinsr. ine universi
ty of Idaho on the local field Saturday
and completely outclassed them in both
offensive nnd defensive work. The
score was SO to 0.
Keardon, Newman and Anderson
were especially bright spots in the
Aggie's lineup. Keardon scored O. A.
O. ' first touchdown by taking a pftnt
from Captain Hays' toe on Idaho's 25
yard Hue and making a sensational
run across the goal line. Anderson
and Conn continually played over
tackle and around tho ends for long
Moser; a freshman, was the lone
bright light in Idaho's backfield. His
tackles wero hard nnd sure. He con
tinually made long gains, but was al
ways headed off from a touchdown by
the Aggie's defense.
O. A. C. tried seven forward passes
but failed in four nnd Idaho tried a
single successful pass.
MULTNOMAH WINS TWO
TAYLOR KT ....
liexford UK ..
Booth J1 -
Uiinick Kll ...
liatcliffe FH .:-
Summary Oregon !,
Pacific Coast League Standings.
W. I.. Pet.
Los Angeles 10tl
Portland . .'- 87
Sim Francisco 9:t
Salt I.nko 34
At Portland Portland, 0; Oakland,
5; (10 innings.)
At Sun Francisco San Francisco,
8-0; I.os Angeles, 3-1; (second game, li
At Los Angeles Vernon, 1-5; Salt
Portland, Or., Oct. 9 "Dad" Con
vil's Multnomah Amateur Athletic club
football squad made its HMO debut be
fore the Portland fans in n double head
er Saturdnv afternoon on the club field.
The ' ' Wiiiged-M ' ' did iWt show as
much class ns was expected by their
followers, beating the Columbia univer
sity team in the first game 21 to 0,
anil nosing out n touchdown victory
over the well conditioned and never-1
sav-die aggregation of the Pacific uni
versity of Forest Grove, in' the second
The club stund was split "every
which way" by Manager Convil, and
some of the boys got n chanco to show
in both contests. Some of the new
comers pleyed in brilliant style. In the
game ngainst Columbiu, Chet Murphy
was the big ground qninor, while Lynn
Oliver, who was a member of the Lin
coln high school team last yenr. gain
ed i most of the yardage made by the
clubmen against Pacific by his long
LITTLE TUTTS BEATS HARVARD
Cambridge., Mass., Oct. 0. Tufts,
with a team of veterans playing their
first game of the season, defeated Har
vard at the Stadium Saturday, 7 to 3,
using n bewildering assortment of open
After the first half the Crimson was
on the defensive most or tne time ir
lug to break up the spectacular game
of the visitors.
The earlv part of the contest was
marked bv "frequent fumbles and penal
ties on both sides. In the first period
Harvard worked the ball to an ndvan
tngcoua'position from which llobinson
scored Harvard's only point wiUi a
jjoal from the field.
W. C. S. IS DEFEATED
w..i,itnii Shite Collecc. Pullman,
Wash. Oct. B. Lack of determination
that marked the successful season ot
Inst venr was responsible for a seven
to six defent of the state college team
at the hands of the alumni eleven Sat
urday; . , , i n
Tho college men played ragged ball
throughout the entire first half, and in
the third quarter Athletic director Boh
ler, playinir halfback for the alumni,
grubbed Doane's fumble and raced -vards
for a touchdown, Carl Diet, kick
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