Statesman Journal from Salem, Oregon on October 14, 1928 · Page 9
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Statesman Journal from Salem, Oregon · Page 9

Salem, Oregon
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Sunday, October 14, 1928
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University off Oreg Wilametfeo Score 38 to on '9 ! Defeats 1! J & na 4 TTHHtt periods OFCLBiEEMcoLUMlllNO Bearcats' Earned Touchdown First in 13 Years; Thrills Provided Employing much better interference running than in the Stanford game, the University of Ore-Ron eleven defeated Willamette 88 to 6 on Sweetland field Saturday afternoon. The Bearcats held their heavier opponents al most even for three quarters and scored Willamette's first touch down on Oregon In 13 years, but .were overwhelmed In the third V . . . . w-iiarter when tne lemon-yeiiow usj'cd TVil'amette's goal line for three touchdowns. Willamette's score was earned Just as thoroughly as were any of Oregon's. Rasmussen. Bearcat tackle, charged an Oregon defensive back Into the way of Robinson's punt, and Mort. Willamette guard, fell on the ball on Oregon's 37 yard line. This happened In the second quarter when Oregon was leading 14 to 0. Cranor Crosses Goal Cranor. Bearcat halfback who had been laid up with injuries, went in and tossed a long pass to Smith, end, who carried the ball to Oregon's "II -yard line. French and Adams each made a three-yard gain, and Oregon was penal-l7ed five for offside, to the one-yard line and Willamette's first down. Garrison failed to gain. French failed to make It twice, and then Cranor plunged over for the touchdown. Smith missed the try for goal. Oregon's first touchdown came n tots first offensive play, Kitz-ruilVr being provided with perfect int Tference for a C2-yard run. In the second quarter. Oregon ad the ball 40 yards on , ftr.-i:eht plays for the seernd pro-f. Gould carrying the ball fV"r the coal. Kitzmiller con-vet. .i both tries for the extra r . 1. 1 . . Bearcats Threaten Willamette had threatened in the first few minutes of play, when DePoe brought the klckoff back to Willamette's 2S-yard line and, on the first play French go an-ay for a 3.1-yard run. The Bt-arrats wf-re held for downs on O'fTon's 3S-yard line. The third quarter was largelv dominated by Robinson. Oregon's fleet-footed negro halfback, but aside from his 5 2-yard dash for a touchdown, he lost more ground than he gained. Nearly all of his rn" ended in safe territory out of bound". Blocked Kick Cotly JVlregon's third touchdown came Gould recovered a blocked KV on Willamette's -vard line pvneli raced around WUbnaette's r'V'it end to the goal on the next r'"" Robinson missed the goal KicV. The next touchdown was Robin - f. De5fn " (1asn from h's own 4 8-yard f-jt'tip. Again he kicked wide on I the try for point. ,1 Kitzmiller Star 1 Oregon's fifth score came when.Kertson next Saturday. M W . . ' .1 .. J T 1 .. ... 1 . j"u ii aim rsuruii maue a rirsi down from the 3.1-vard line. Rob- Inpon dodeed for 22 vards to the; re-vard line, and Williams buck- C.ty League d the ball over. w The fourth quarter opened withihvF. '.. "... ".'"I 6 the hall in Oregon's possession on '' ' Z.. 6 W'llamefte's 20-vard Una anH i'L-nry" H Kitzmiller on four plays marched j acros the goal. His place kick for extra point was blocked. W. U. Passes Work The remainder of the last quar-te- was even, with both lineups by this time completely changed from the original elevens. Enge-bref-en of Willamette passed to McMulIin and Holt for 12 and 15-yard gains Just before the game rnd"d with the Bearcats in possession of the ball on Oregon's 30-yard line. Roth coaches nsed all the sub-stitMtes they had In uniform, at some time In the game. Following wer.- the starting lineups: Orron Willamette Archer re Mumford Chrlsfenson . . .RT Versteeg Mccntchan . . . RG . S'adelman ... C . . n. miii!. Ackerman ITaean lo . Colbert UT . Wood LE . Reuld Q. Purnell RH. If. Hillis nasmussen Pa Williams LH French Kitzmiller ... F ... McMullin TJeferee. H. O. Maiton. U. of O.; Umpire. ITollls Huntington, U O O. Connie Mack finally came to the conclusion that outside of Ruth, r.ehrig, I-azerri, Meusel. Koenlrr. Iloyt, Pip.sras. Combs. Dugan. Pennock, Bengough, Gazella. Heimach and Paschal the Yanks didn't have a thing. Some day these Yanks are goinn to regain their health and show folks how to play ball. Sports Done Brown By NORMAN K. BROWN 'Sport Writer for Central and The Statesman) To many fans who saw or read or heard the running account of the second game of the late lamented world's series It seemed that George Plpgras "got out of It lucky." You will recall probably that In the first two Inning. the young New York Yankee Hurler was hit hard by the National league champions, hard enough to net the Cardinals some three run Now Miller Hugglns has revealed the real reason why Plpgras was apparently facing defeat af one moment and then, over tbe lapse of an Inning on the bench Regained his old form. This la probably on of the most Interest ing sidelights of the series. Hugglns explains that Plpgrn, while ordinarly an over-hand pitcher, "had- a hunch"- that n Oregon BEATEN Both Ends of Doubleheader Won by Scores of 41 to 0 and 46 to 0 PORTLAND. Oct. 13 (AP) A succession of Oregon State College teams overwhelmed Columbia and Pacific universities on Multnomah field today to win their first double header by scores of 41 and 46 without their own goal being crossed. The avalanche of 6 touchdowns against Columbia and 7 against Pacific was the result of power shown In every department by heavier collegians as passes, end runs, line smashes and good defense kept state teams scoring or out of danger throughout. Games were shortened to 10 minute quarters or combined scores probably would have passed the hundred mark. Dozen Men Score Though Schissler used but a skeleton of the first team for at least a quarter against each teaui. 12 men shared in the scoring giving the coach a line on possibilities for the next major clash with U. S. C. next week. A little wirey half back,. Tommy Dryman, loomed as a coming sensation when he scored 12 points against Colu'm" bia, and later added 7 against Pacific to make, him high point man of the game. . Maple, star quarter, was evidently under orders to try out all reserves, as he always called other backs to take the ball ver. although during the little time he was in he threw his usual acurate passes and was stronc jn line plunging. Hughes, Thompson Star Hughes and Thompson, the Hawaiian and Indian backs were used in both games, Hughes showing a powerful stiff arm and Thompson an accurate toe converting four out of five points tries. FOB PIN SETTERS Twenty-two bowling teams par- ticipated in league play on the Winter Garden alleys in the past week, and the number is expected to be raised to 24 this week when the Business Men's league is in- creased to its quota of six j In the sweepstakes tournament Saturday night, -Xr. Ansley G. Bates kept both eyes on the ta- Ket and won first place, with Van 1 V eider second. Ercel Kay and j Wayne Kantola won the doubles 'match from Sam Steinbock and jMert Hemenway, and the winner? I will bowl against McMullen and Following are the league stand ings and the schedules for thi.; week: L. 4 6 6 e 7 ret. .677 .500 .500 .500 .417 Soli i ' a Man s Shop 5 7 417 Monday night Bchedule: Schet'M vs. Heo Flying Clouds, CapKal City Bedding company vs. Man's Shop, Elks vs. O'Leary'a Legionnaires. Clnb Leajiie V Uioni 3 AfvociatcJ 'Oil '1 Elks .. 2 Wolverines 1 "nifcgists 1 Western Auto 0 Wednesday nilit T,. 0 1 1 2 2 Pet. 1.000 .6fi7 .fif.7 .333 3 000 schedult Lions vs. Elks, Western Auto vs. Associated Oil, Druggists vs. Wolverines. Commercial League W. Pet Valley Motor .. 3 1.000 1.00 r. Bra-din . : 2 iRoth't l .66 .3 33 l,0'Kl n: .000 000 Tuesdav nieht schedule: Vallev HI Smith!. Motor vs. Barr Plumbers; Capital DePoe;(-'j,y BeddJne company vs. General Oil; Roth's Grocery vs. Wood s Auto Top Shop. Business Leipna W. Sew Statesman 3 Stiff 2 Fa;rmount 1 L. o 1 2 Fft. 1 000 .7 .333 .000 Monta-oirery Ward 0 3 Thursday night schedule: New Statesman vs. Stiffs Furniture more. Montgomery Ward vs. Fair-mount Dairy, two new teams to be matched. The A's looked like nine Jack Dempseys In the other towns, but they were only sparring partneis in New York. side-arm ball would be more ef fective against the St. Louis batters. This ball Plpgras used as his main stock In trade through the first two inlngs. Hugglns ljt him try it long enough to find out for himself that the shoot, a harder ball for Plpgras to deliver th&n his usual over-band, waa not as effective. Then he told the hurl-er to swing back to the olddellv-ery. This ' Plpgras did and tne field day of the Cardinals was nip ped in the bud. This revelation ia a sad commentary on the work of the Cardinals in the terles a series that waa as good as In, before It started, as far as the Cardinals themselves and the St. Isouls fans were concerned. In other words, ae-rording to Hugglns' Interesting comment, tbe only time the Car-llnals had a Chinaman's chance wti when the Yankees were e-erlmentlag. Aggies State SPORTS ink mi O "2 by Km Fmi$vi Lm Botw rwt BEARS IN OUT . S. u Lighter and Less Powerful California Team Whips Cougars 13-3 By RUSSELL. J. JTCWLAVD Associated Press Sports Writer MEMORIAL. STADIUM, BERKELEY. Cal.. Oct. 13 (AP) Outplayed for most of the first half and on the short end of gains from scrimmage throughout, California's Bears nevertheless played heada-up football today to snatch a stunning 13-3 victory from the heavier and more power ful Washington state eleven. An aleTt California team was on the field. It made up for the weight and power superiority of the visitors whose crushing strength was checked largely b their own loose play. Thirty thousand were In the stands at the kick-off. The grid iron spectacle unfolded thereaff-r saw the northern Cougars pouno their way down the field in the first period. Within sight of home, their halfback star dropped back and sent a perfect place kick sailing through the bars. It gave W. S . C. a 3-0 lead and the opening quarter ended that way. Coming back in the second, the Bears perked up and began a drive that brought them deep into the enemy's teritory. A touchdown followed. Again in the fourth California took advantage of a break. It was a blocked kick by Bancroft, tackle, who dropped jn the' ball on the opposing 2- yard line. Lorn, halfback, went uer iwu mays iaier aiier a yard run and Rice, halfback, con verted the try for point. Five times the Cougars had kicked blocked. Several fumbles added to the looseness of play. Thus the northwesterners wen beaten by their own blocked boots. Football Data AGIST W Far Weet At Salem: U. of O. 38; Willamette 6. At Portland: O. A. C. 4C; Pacific 0. At Portland: O. A. C. 41; Columbia 0. At Monmouth: Monmouth 29; Llnfield 0. At Berkeley: California 13; W. S. C. 3. At Los Angeles: U. S. C. 19; St. Mary's 6. At Santa Clara: Santa Clara 19; Nevada 6. At Palo Alto: Stanford 45; U. C. L. A. 7. Mid-West At Minneapolis: Minnesota 15; Purdue 0. . At Ann Arbor: Indiana 6; Michigan 0. At West Point: Army 44; Providence 0. Intrr-r-:c-rl t Princeton: U. Of Virginia 0: rr lace tea 0. ' After Forty Years INSTITUTE n Billiard Experts Clash In Bligh Parlors Monday John Layton, who meets Willie Hoppe here Monday In three-cushion billiards matches at the Bligh Billiard parlors, is the present holder of the national three-cushion title and also held it in 1920, 1921, 1922 and 1923. At the last national tournament he defeated Hoppe in a final deciding game. In 1916 Layton was world pocket billiards champion. On account of Layton's victory at the last tournament, held in Chicago, if for no other reason, Hoppe contests stubbornly in the matches played on the present tour, and they are In no way exhibitions. Hoppe won the American league tournament last year and set a world record for straight run of three-cushion billiards. The matches at the Bligh parlors will start at 3:30 and 8 o'clock Monday. At the conclusion of each match Layton will give a lecture on the diamond system which he uees in playing three-cushion billiards, which is reported to be a revelation to those not familiar with the scientific side of the game. He will demonstrate that billiards is a system of geometric angles figured by tbe use of the inlaid pearl spots or diamonds on the rail of the table. Hoppe will demonstrate difficult and fancy shots, including some of the tough ones he encountered when he reigned as king of the balk line players. SCORELESSTIEGAME Tne parrish and Leslie junior hgh school football teams battled to a scoreless tie on the new hleh school gridiron Saturday forenoon. i Neither team could gain ground consistently and each was forced to punt regularly on fourth down until just at the close of the game, when Leslie made first down three times In succession and was on its way to Parrish's goal when the final whistle sounded. The Leslie team appaered considerably heavier than Parrish, but was handicapped by the slow field. The lineups: Parrliti Xelfton Sawyer . Vii!iamon Santord ... .... Travis Mfltenberger ... McCarthy Sugui Oro Peg h in . ; umpire, Dellarpport O. Martin . Walker Harris Saniord HalTorsen G. Martin Sric Oosa Shipman ... HT ... RG... . 0 ... T.i .. 1.7 . I.r -.. RH Ml... . y Rd Refer. AViusIour Adam., W. U. JUNIOR US PLAY Trojans Outplay Saints; Win 19-6 I OS ANGELES Off. 1 " 'AP) The University of Southern Cal-lforia foo'bai: t"- '" twe of Its iia:'s oik '. t the frorr Injuries. - -.t ; " -ted band of g.-Ho. in ; ae- .-o: St. Murv- Oakland, to win 19 to 0. foday. Wallop Two Strong Opponents Salem, Oregon, Sunday Morning, October JP ' IH 1886 rr VWAS fbssiBLC. FOR. ALKSOST AKVOAfe. TO GET A TTCItET nDe A GAMfe. -olrz Here Monday JOHNNY LAYTON" Billiard pUrer el aiational fame who meets Willie Hoppe at the Bligh Billard Parlors Monday afternoon and night In an exhibi tion match. COAST SERIES TIED SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 13. (AP) In one of the most drawn out baseball games played here this season, Sacramento defeated San Francisco by the close score of 12 to 11 in the fourth game of the scheduled series of seven for the championship of the Pacific coast league. The result put the winners on even terms with the San Franciscans each team having won two games, but It left Sacramento without the services of Johnny Monroe, second baseman, who was knocked unconscious when a hopper from the bat of Gussie Suhr. struck him. When first aid failed to revive Monroe he was removed to a hospital for observa-Mon. The game last-v-l 2 hours and 52 ninutes more than a hour longer than the average plajlug time n a leagu eame. . A glance nt the inr'Vp- c-res i.d the hi: co".;n.:n to'.d ih? story the long gam: twen' nne bit" v Sacramento tiC :-ven y l y f n ancisro. Score: R H E -cremento 1? M 2 n Francisco ......11 ri 2 Crandall, Rachac. Bonelly, ncy and Koehler Mays, Jones, 'ills and Sprlnz. The Broadway Bullies may be 4 : s COME BACK H, 1928 Montana Grizzlies Fall Victims of Terrific Husky Onslaught STADIUM. SEATTLE. Oct. 13. (AP) Whisperings that they bad a chance for victory sent a cocky and determined pack of Grizzlies from the haunts of the university of Montana into this horseshoe stadium this afternon with a hope of upsetting the huskies of the University of Washington in their first Pacific Coast conference football battle of the season. But the fearful and tremblirg Malamute of the North even surprised himself when he ran raa- pant over the Grizzlies and emerged from the fracas with a 25 to 0 victory. The Montana fight and determi nation held back the Washingor. power during the first quarter but the very first play in the second period saw Chuck Carroll, Washington halfback, crash over the Grizzly goal line for a touchdown From this moment until Carroll ; was taken out of the contest in the last part of the final quarter th. Huskies could not be stopped. Passes Completed When they failed to , pain through the Montana line the Huskies passed with succes, and wh-:i their aerial game bega'n to falter they again pounded the Grizzly wall for yardage. The Montanan's failed to onre get inside the Washington 2 5 yarn line and nevere threatened tr: Washington 2 5 yard line and nev er threatened the Wasrington goal. Tom Davis, the Montana triple threat half back, was a thorn in the Washington defense. He passed, kicked and ran for virtually the only yardage made by the Grizzlies. He pounded the Washington line for 53 yards which was all but 25 yards the Montanas gained from scrimmage. He passed hit team to a total of 29 yards and kept the Huskies from advancing too fast through his long well placed punts. Carroll Star of Game Washington made two touchdowns In the third period and one In the last. Early in the third quarter Car roll stiff-armed his way around right end for 30 yards for his sec end touchdown of of the game The third counter came when Dal quest caught a long formed pass from Buzard out in the open and raced to the Montana goal line The only successful try for point made during the game was after this touchdown when Carroll's place kick hit one of the upright? but fell over the bar. in tne last naJl Larrou shot a 20 yard pass to Meader who alo caught the pigskin on the oth-r side of the Montana defense and dashed unmolested to the Montana goal. Lineup and summary .Montana Position Washington Rognlien L. E. Snider Peterson L. T., Dirks Murray L. G. Hihta Lewis C. Krafts Foss R. G. Greger Muhlick R. T. Jessup Harmon R. E. Meader Chinske Q. B. McGann Ekegren L. H. Pulver Davis R. H. Carrol Parmalee F. B. Dalquest Score by period: Montana 0 Washington 0 0 6 0 13 0 0 62 5 Washington scoring: Touchdowns. Carroll 2, Dalquest, Meader. Points from try after touch down: Carroll (place kick.) Missionaries Are Beaten By Idaho McLEAN FIELD, Moscow, Ida., Oct. 13. (AP) The University of 'Idaho trimmed Whitman college here today 26 to 13, with a line pounding and passing game. A pair of fast Mlssouriahs, Apple-gate and Bagby, almost turned the tide for the little college by taking advantage of the breaks. Applegate returned one kick 97 yards for a touchdown. Minnesota Takes Opening Contest MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 1 3 (AP) - The University of Minnesota football team successfully opened its big ten, 1928 season with a win over Purdue today 1.1 to 0. The Boilermakers were unable to stop the line-smash:ng Gopher attack. "Pest" Werch. Purdue threat. was an Inconsistent cround-gainer. Princeton Held To Scoreless Tie PRINCETON. Nv J., Oct. 13- (AP) The UniTersitr of Virginia! held Princeton to a sco.lera tlo at a Palmer stadium (his afternoon. It was the first time in 38 years of rivalry covering seven .games that Princeton was unable to defeat the Cavaliers. The home team 1 A ...-. . WASHinBTQM IS WINNER 25 TO D EVENTS Indiana Team Gets Its First Victory Over Michigan 11 ANN ARBOR, Oct. 13 (AP) Indiana scored its first victory over a Michigan football team here today, downing the Wolverines O to O. The only score of the game and the only one the Hoosiers have made against Michigan was crashed over by Faunce, after an uninter-the final eriod. Michigan failed to threaten and .only the fine punting of Totzke kept the Hosiers out of scoring teritory more often. BEHTU.C.L1.TEJ! STANFORD STADIUM. Oct. 13. (AIM Rolling up touchdowns with monotonous regularity, a Stanford football team composed of second and third, string nun crushed a lighter University of California at Los Angeles team by a 4j-7 scori in a l'acit'u Coast conference game here today. The' Bruins, outclassed, were unable to do anything with the Stanford front rank. Thiir lone score came in th' first period when Forster. speedv halfhack. 'took I.wis' kiikoff and thishol I'ta yards through t he entire Stanford nam to a touchdown. Army Grid Team Has Easy Time With Providence WEST POINT. N. Y.. Oct. 13. (AIM The army football team swept to an easy triumph over little Providence college today 4 4 to 0. Piper and Cagle were the stars of the walkover, the former beine high scorer of the day while Cagle put the ball in position for touchdowns with several brilliant runs. The Cards tried it and were run down by a lot of wheel chairs. snffln IBS i The whole world knows Aspirin as an effective antidote for pain. But it's just as important to know tliat mere is oniy tm genuine Bayer Aspiritu The name Bayer is on every tablet, and on the box. If it says Bayer, it's genuine; and if it doesnt, it is not! Headaches are dispelled by Bayer Aspinn. So are colds, and the pain that goes with them: even neuralgia, neuritis, and rheumatism promptly relieved. 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Before a record shatterinc "rnwd unofficially estimated nt 1 22.000. surpassing any outpour. inr that this historic field or any -ther has ever handled for foot-hall, the green-jerseyed warriors of Knut Rockne seized a "break" late in the third quarter and scor ed the only touchdown of the can e early In the final period on forward pass. Irish Get Break A poor punt from the toe of big "Whitney" Llovd. navy ba.k. which slanted off at a queer anrie and traveled only seven yards, rave Notre Dame the ball on the Middle 2S yard stripe. The fla -v Hoosler backfield. with Jack Thevigny and John Nieniiec doinT the heavy work, aided by "Billv" Dew. opened up the hip charr. They slanted off tackle to the 13 vard mark in a succession of short thrusts, then chanced goals as the etin barked to en, the quarter. The short interval pave an opportunity for Rockne to emplov come strntecv which he did rf -en dine in Colerick to replace Col- 'ins at left end. The Navy suspected this niennt a passing throat hut was thrown off guard pcr- us as Chevicnv and Niem " hit the line, htickin? their way i.t tlio right yard mark. Expectinc another thrust at the line, the Navy massed its defen e 'i a desperate stand. Reinforcements were n:shcd in but on the next play Neimiec dropped ba k and threw a wide, shuitlnc pnss to Colerick. who caught the lvll as he stepped over the line. The scoring honors went entirely to he Hoosier substitute force. lvr Carideo .who had replaced Rrrw'v at quarterback in 'lirectinp th" successful drive, kicked the po.-.l after touchdown. KII.VFRTON HIGH WINS SILVERTON. Ore. Ort. 13 (Special) - The Silverton hi"h school football team defeated Independence high here Friday afternoon 12 to d. Eeach team scored a touchdown on a long run after receiving a punt; Silverrn's second score was on straight football. Nothing Higher ' - Si y,av ;- 1 &' 50 1 J

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