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l»a«cr Fight
W. S. C. Gridders Defeat Oregon's Big
Team in Magnificent Battle on Mult
nomah Field—First Defeat of Year
for_"Shy" Huntington's Cohorts. |
righting against odd great enough to dismay the most courageous of
football aggregations, presenting tint Indomitable stonewall defense filial
is becoming Hie by-word over lis* entire country, the Washington State
College football team las! Saturday triumphed over the I'ttivendtj of Ore«
gon by a score of 7to 0. Although literally smashed hack to the shadows ;
of the Crimson ami Gray goal by an offensive which could not be solved
immediately, that wonderful Cougar defense, rendered doubly effective in
moments of great danger, rose supremely to the occasion and battered
back the Oregon offensive, taking the ball <>« the three-yard line. Two
successive times was the Oregon team thwarted In its attempt to score
from the five-yard line, before the Lemon Yellow offenae was broken up
ssnd Washington State College assumed the Initiative in the carrying of
the ball, But even then, though (lie team may be said to have been
equally strong, ii was the superb defensive work of the Cougar linesmen
who, with their backs to the wall, defended the honor of their college In
a manner that won admiration from the most prejudiced of spectators—
it was that which, if we eliminate the score, placed the Washington States,
College team above Oregon's strong eleven on the ladder of merit.
Oregon's team was worthy of all
the touting thai has; fallen to lb lot
since its defeat of he University of
Washington, but it was a weak
eleven in that it. was unequal to all
occasions which would have brought
victory. Had II been equal to the
Washington team, it would have
held the Cougars >'• hen they were
about to score from the same line
that Oregon had failed. In thai crit-i
leal period It was demonstrated that I
the Cougar offense as well as de
fense was ruperior to anything that
the Oregoniana had to offer. The
fundamental difference between the
two teams, however, lies In the fact
that the Oregon team fell down In
critical periods, while ii was exactly
In moments of great suspense that
their opponents, in thai they were
equal to every occasion
[mportaot Victor)
ii was a sweet victory, for it re
pays Oregon to the las! nun,,, for
the defeat of 1916, when our team,
admittedly the strongest In the con
ference, lost the favor of Dame For
tune and went down to defeat on the
same field through the working of
the most phenomenal series of ill
luck that has ever characterized the
team of the college, it was also an ,
Important victory, because It paved
the way to the championship of the
Pacific coast, Inasmuch as the teams
remaining to play have been defeat
ed within the Pacific coast confer
ence. The University of Washington
fell before Oregon just a week prior
to our game, and O. A. C. was taken
Into camp by the Stanford eleven
Costly Victory
it was a costly victory for Welch's :
men, for Curley Skadan, rated one
of tin greatest quarterbacks in the
conference, was Injured severely in
the third play suffering a fractured
ankle, lie will be out of the game
for the rest of the season, according
to the doctors who examined the
fracture. Hamilton and Mclvor also
suffered juries but will ie back ■
In shape In time for the game Satur- ■
day.
Grim IVattlu
It was a grim bat! the fierce
ness of which can never be Imagined
except by eye-witnesses. How that
wonderful Crimson and Cray line i
fought back the terrific onslaughts
of the Oregon backs in that first per
iod is a story that will never grow
old. How Welch's peerless backs
swiftly recovered the old smashing
attack which spelled defeat for Call-'
forriia. two weeks before, is another!
story which will live long in the an
nals of Washington State football
history. It was a contest where old-1
style football reigned supreme;'
where almost all of the yardage
gain from scrimmage was achieved
by off-tackle bu. ka and an occasion
al' short pass, and where the long
aerial route, although attempted al
various Intervals, did not bring
about, any spectacular gains; The'
only break, of the game was when:
Huntington of Oregon fumbled the
ball ou hii own 24-yard line and Roy
Hanley, who had"been playing \v<
usual smashing game at right end,
pounced upon the pigskin, thus plac
ing It In striking distance of t!e>
goal, it took hut a few bucks by
..}io:an uud Gljlis to.place the ball on
Oregon's three-yard line. nor
Where GUUs went through Hamil
ton's tackle for the only score of tho
game, .lenne placed lie ball well
wit),,: the uprights, adding the sev
enth point.
Record Attendance
All attendance re6ords for Mult
nomah field and Portland were shat
'• red In that memorable game.
When the teams trotted out for their
annual battle, every available seat
was taken la the grandstand, the
bleachers were filled to capacity,
and the overflow crowd occupied
every foot of standing room.
Twelve thousand persona witnessed
the game ;>■■;
. ■
Stars in' .Many
It would be hard to p'ck any cer
tain men tor exceptional laurels.
Ever) man gave his best, and as a
team, the 12 men who ere picked
to defend the honor of ho Crimson
and Cray worked smoothly and bril
liantly. Ellwart, 1 lunlap and King
were the .sensations of the day. A
total of dx yards was made during
the entire game through these stal
wart linemen, and it was largely due
to the Herculean efforts of these
pivotal men that Oregon was pre
vented from scoring. warl
played the game of hi - life, repeat
edly breaking through the Lemon
and Green defense and spilling the
Oregon backs before he) ere fair
ly started. Dunlap passing was
nothing short of pluperfect, and his
defensive work was equally spec
tacular. King played a bear of a
game at left guard, and still carries
the marks of a hard battle, hard
fought but won. Roy Hanley and
Brooks played a stellar brand of
football on the two extremities, cov
ering Steers perfectly on the punts
and displaying the usual strong de
tensive work. Hamilton and Her
reid played a bang game at the
two tackles, and should come in for
a large part of the glory, as the
greater part, of the Huntington of
fense «as directed at them
In the backfield, the work of Pink
Mclvor was the feature of the day.
When Skadan was injured In the
third play, Mclvor was picked by
Welch to pilot Iho team through the
game that was to decide he. Pacific
Coast championship. Handicapped
by a bad charley horse, lutt. heedless!
of. anything but he success of the
team, Mclvor pile ted the team
through the most -■ rtu lung crisis
ever experienced, and when the
heavy clouds i/hlch overhung Mult
nomah field parted, toward the close
of the - line, the light of victory
shorn doubly bright upon this au
burn haired son of Pullman Woran,
Oillis, and Jenne were also at their
best, and credit should hi given
(hem for loping an attack irre
sistible 0 the Ore* men. and for
thwarting the most vicious aerial at
tack ever witnessed on Multnomah
field. Tin game. In detail follows:
Steers kicked off 10 yards to
lenne who returned 12. Jenne went
through left tackle for one yard.
Jenne fumbled ou the next, play, bul
recovered, losing three yards. Ska
dan made three yards around right
end. but was injured in the play and
was replaced by Mclvor. .lenne
punted 10 yards to Steers, who re
turned 10.
Hall in center of field. Huhtlng
lon. Jacobbergcr and Steers, made
seven yards ou off-tackle plays and
Huntington made yardage around
left • i .1. Huntington went through
■ivntyr for five yards, and Steers
• mdi seven at right tackle. Hunt
ington hit left tackle for two. .la
cobberger went around right end foi
seven yards on a criss-cross, llitrtt-
Itigtwi] mad,' first down through lefi
la k'e. Steers made no gain at right
tackle. Huntington made three
through left tackle, Thfei
yards tv go for a touchdown, Steers
'ia,i, one yard at center, steers
d t« iiii'.ko touchdown oti fourth
i'.»v ■:, ft itb two yard.-, to go.
I' '■'■'' 'mil. and Steer's „aw
■ ■""■-''": In bid tracks. Steers made
•■ •' .: d ihmi'ml right end. Ilrsi'n
jdeiibure •-...? thrown for a loss of
| two yards. Oregon pass failed.
Washington State penalized five
yards for offside! Huntington lost
one y.ird at center. .lacobberger
j made four yards a! right tackle]
For* «•-! pass. Steers to Huntington.
netttd s;;. yards. Oregon first down,.
j Hun this ton failed to gain at left
; tackle. Pass, Steers to Huntington.
made two yards. Pass, St.. ers to
| lacobberger, made 11 yards. Ja
cobberger failed to gain at left
tackle. Huntington scores yardage
I trough left tackle; steers went
■ through center ior six yards. Hunt-
| IngtOO made five yards through cen-
I ter Quarter ends. Score: Wash
' ington State ii, Oregon 0.
Second Period
Ball is in Oregon's possession on
Washington State's six-yard line.
Huntington made one yard at center.
Huntington made no gain at center.
Fourth down, four yards to go.
Steers was downed In his tracks, giv
ing the ball to Washington State on
its four-yard line.
Gillls and Moran made two yard?
apiece through left tackle. Jenne
kicked i 0 yards to Steers, who failed
to tain.
Steers made five yards around
right end and Jacobberger made two
at. center. Steers punted over the
goal line and the ball was brought
out to the 20-yard line.
Gillis made two at left tackle
.lenne .made IS around left end
Forward pass, Gillis to K. Hanley.
netted 15 yards, Jenne made two
yards at left tackle, and the next
two plays failed to gain. A forward
pass failed, giving Oregon the ball.
obberger and steers each mule
five yards around right end. Bran
denburg failed to gain through cen
ter. Steers made six through left
tackle. Oregon as penalized 1 5
yards for holding. Steers made four
yards through center Steers punt
ed 50 yards to Jenne, ho returned
1.",. Gillis bucked enter for four
and two a I'd- respectively. Mclvor
and Oillis failed to gain, giving Ore
gon the ball.
Oregon's ball in the center of the
field. Three Oregon passes incom
plete. The half ended with no
scores having been made.
Second Half
Brooks kicked off 45 yards to
Huntington; who returned' IS.
Steers made no gain at left end.
Jacobberger failed to gain at right
tackle. Moran broke up a long for
ward pass, Steers punted 30 yards
to Jenne. who returned seven,
Moran made eight yards anil then
three through right tackle. Jenne
lost five yards. Gillis held for no
gain. Jenne gained two yards and
then punted 45, over the goal line.
.lacobberger made four yards at
right tackle, Jaoobberger fumbled
and Roy Hanley recovered.
Gillis made three at center and
.Moran made two at right tackle.
Gillis made two and three yards re
ipesctively at left tackle. First
down on Oregon 10-yard line. Mo
made two and Gillis three at right
tackle. Gillis made yardage on ( two
line bucks. Ball on Oregon two
yard line. Gillis went through left
tackle for a touchdown. Jenne
kicked goal. Score: Washington
State 7, Oregon O.
Jenne kicked 10 yards to Steers,
who returned 15, I hint Ington
gained wo yards at renter. W. S. C.
penalized five yards for offside!
Steers and Huntington held for m
gain. Steers pftnted 10 yards to
Jenne, who returned 15.
Jenne made four yards on two
runs around left end. Mclvor made
four yards around left end. Jenne
punted ad yards to Steers, who was
downed in his tracks
Jaoobberger went around right
end for 15 yards. Huntington made
two around left end. Steers made
six yards through center. Third
quarter ended with ball in center of
ihe field in Oregon's possession.
Score: Washington State 7, Ore
u'nii 0.
l ' nil li On niter -
.Manerud replaces Brandenburg.
Manerud made yardage through left
tackle. Steers made two ;.t renter.
A forward pass, steers to Hunting
ton, went good for eight yards. For
ward pass, Steers to Howard, was
incomplete. Steers punted -m yards
to .lenne, who made no return.
Jenne and Moran made the yards
ou three bucks through center. Jen
ne punted to Manerud.
Jacobberger made one yard at left
tackle. Dunlap spoiled ;• dead man
play for Oregon: Steer.-, made an
unsuccessful forward pass. Steers
punted 10 yards over the goal line.
Gillis went through center foi
five yards. Moran made four around'
right end. Moran made yardage
through center. lenne was thrown
twice for a loss. Jenne punted 40
■ yards to Manerud, who returned lb.
forward pass. Steers to Hunting
ton, was good for three yards. An
other pass to Manerud 'made 1 .">
yards. Three passes were here
broken up by the Washington State
backs. Steers punted :ss yards to
Jenne, who fumbled but recovered.
Jenne punted 30 yards to .Mane
rud, ho returned 15 yards.
Jacobberger filled to gain round
ri?ht end. Moran intercepted Steers*
forward pass in mid field.
Moran made three thro cen
-1 ter and four through left tackle.
I Glllts made three through center for
first down. Washington State pen
alized five yards for offside. Mo
| ran made f lV e yards i round right
end. Cillis fumbled end .Steers re
-1 ovored.
THE PULLMAN HKRALD
Manerud made 15 yards around
right end Manerud made one yard
around left end. Forward pass,
Steers to Huntington, made I
yards Manerud lo3t two yards try
ing to go around toft end. Game
ended with ball la play on Washing
ton State's » 0-yard line.
Final score: Washington State 7.
Oregon 0.
Lineup and summary:
Wash. State Oregon 1".
Brooks LB Howard
Hrmilton LT Williams
King. . . LG Harding
Dunlap C Leslie
Ellwart K<; .Mum;
Herreld RT Bartlett
Hanley RK Anderson
Skadan 0 Steers
Moran LH .. . Jacobbereei
.lenne RH. Brande-iberger
Gillis F. .. . Huntington
Score by periods:
Washington State ..0 0 7 0— 7
Oregon l" f.'.Vo 0 0 o—o
Scoring: Washington State —
down, lenne.
Touchdown, Gillis; goal from touch-
Substitutions: Washington State
—Mclvor for Skadan. Oregon—
Manerud for Brandenburg, J. Jacob
berger fqr V Jacobber?er, Callison
for Leslie.
Officials: Vamell. referee: Sam
Dolan, umpire; George Dewey, head
linesman.
I'll I.MAN BAPTIST I 111 111 II
The church downtown on Para
dise street, near Main si reel
The regular services will be held
Sunday, both morning and evening,
as follows: Bible school at 9:45
a. in. preaching sen Ice at 11:00
a; in.: B. V. P. l. at 6:4 5 p. in.:
evening service at 8:00 p m
Order to Show Cause Why Sale of
Heal Estate Should Not Be Made
111 tin' Superior Court of Whitman
County, State of Washington.
In the Matter of the Guardianship of
Helen Jean Fulnier, a Minor.
It appearing to the i aid court by
the petition this day presented and
filed by Helen A. Fulnier, the
guardian of he estate of Helen .lean
Fulnier, a minor, praying for an order
authorizing the sale of real estate, for
a better investment.
it is therefore ordered by he said
court thai all person Interested In
the estate of said minor, appear be
fore lie said superior court on the
28th da) of November, 1919, at 10:00
o'clock a. m., of said day. at the court
room of aid superior court, at Col
fax, in said county and state, to show
cause why an order should not be
granted to the said guardian to sell
(he real estate of said minor; and
that a cop) of this order he published
at least foil successive week in the
Pullman Herald, a newspaper printed
and published in Whitman County,
State of Washington.
Dated October 2 1, 191
CLYDE K. LACY,
( seal ) Court Commissioner.
State of Washington, County of Whit
man, ss.
I. M. C, True, clerk of Hie superior
court of Whit an County, State of
Washington, do hereby certify that
the foregoing is a true, full and cor
net cop) of an dei duly made and
entered upon the minutes of the .sum
superior court.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court, this -J lib day of October,
1919
M. C. TRUE,
(sea!) Count) Clerk.
By Emma Frlzzellj Deputy.
Oct3lNov2B
I 1
notice oi' vi.i; of real
estate
In the superior court of the state of
Washington) in and for Whit
man county.
In the case of .1. K. Smawley, et u.\..
plaintiffs, vs. J. It. Larks, et al
defendants.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned referee appointed by the
supremo court, of Whitman county,
state of Washington, in the case of
J. K. Smawley, et ux., plaintiffs, vs.
J. It. Pari el al., defendants, in pur
suance of the order of said court
made and entered on I be 17th day of
October, 1919, will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for
cash mi Saturday, the 22nd day of
November, 1919, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon at the front door of the
courthouse in Colfax, Washington,
the following described real estate
situated in Whitman county, state
of Washington, to-wit: Lois 1 to
Hi inclusive in block 7 and lots 1
and 2 in block J in Farr's third ad
dition to Pullman, Washington.
Terms cash, 10 per cent of the pur
chase price to lie paid at the time
of sale and the remainder to be paid
when the sale Is confirmed by the
court,
Dated this ISth day of October,
19.\*~l 9.\*~ M J. CHAPMAN,
or2lnov2l Referee.
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