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mSporting Section " . .ftlt' Blfej- jftXSXSXt ' ' Sunday, November 3,19,12 f 1
Ipi iJg a Iitffe yme On His Hands :: :: :: ;: :: ' By "Bud" Fisher I
a ';f I
iph Defeats Montana In
fBjlose Game; Score 1 0 to 3
IStr 5fcou? Surprising Form, An Unfortunate
jjBv Fumble Causing Defeat,
Ijnlvwsltv defeated the Hon-unlvfii-fity
oiniinincs field, the final
! bclnj; 10 to Tlie refill t
a p'fHt surprise to the Utah
their supporters, ns nn over
clory over the Montana train
;pectcd. Instead of an easy
n'ff men hwd to work I heir
,. It waR only an uniurtunnle
Montana man that permitted
iher of Utuli to snib the. ball
rards for the touchdown that
le and won for the hilltop
a how formation in the first
It proved Ineffective, the.
r without a score. Iferly In
luarter. Toniniy KitJipatriek
(idld field boh I. ncktins three
.noli) ihe frame was nearly
'arcd that thlf would ho the
if thr dy. But in the last
1 only five, minutes left to
' .tpade h perfect kick froni
?iin Utah's 25-nrd line mid
is tied at " all.
'Ith desperation. Utah worked
down the field. Ixm Hom
ed a XorwifTd pass to Ilnui-v-'a
' faugh i momentarily
in. player, hut it flipped from'
o the waiting arms of Gald
led by .Mplchdirl -lntcrfor-niH'V-Is
for a touchdown. Fitt
;tb of Montana wns ,tirrl
m. whi.h was defeated 17 to
Jir.Vrlcs a week aqo showed
piflroremem and held the
on riah olcven wen nt nil
ill" lino held strong and fro
iko (hroiiRh. The bnkfleld
heady und thev tackled hurd
, The particular idors for
re "D6rnb&fer. Siuead. Klche
while Gault also playod
f the now formation in tho
appeared to upaot the Utah
tlttjy .could never recover
' Ott "Itonmev oh alwayff.
antly. hla work on offense i
bollifr the bright et spot in
ilny. Lon Ttomney. T'etr.ron. i
lJfitzptttriek were lowera of
fna' t"uin. nlayinp In the form
yjlwlay. is the ;qunl of any
Jlnuntaln conference and
corn made by Utah could
hocri Improved on b." any of
fin the conference .vt thnt.
Fhow a better performance
iy ivhen they meet the .strong
Ivcrplty 1eam. although the
In .now the only team in the
Vhich ha not met d of wit.
'lorUtah won the to.'if uiid
5 north goal, Shaw'H jirclty
L'Jn nonujey, who rcturni'd
. An uttemntJ forwHrd prtES
Utah lost flvrj yatdb on tno
tdirmiiy fumbled on the ncM
recovered and wont through
"Vo yards. Another forward
nd Utah was forced to kick.
;kcd thirty yardH and Jaiii
wnrcd for Umh.
rind left tackle for two yards.
; went through risht tackle
lR Lon Komney int the same
J KMln. KIcbe intercepted a.
r for 'Montana. Oehcliamps
iard but was unahlo to gjiln.
titbltii on tho next down and
Ycrctt for riah.
ipy vent through right tacklo
nip. Sutherland tried left
i.o ynvd but on the noxt lowu
' wa thrown for a two-yard
P nimiu two over tackle, but
y wa& Uelil for no pain. Lon
do a yard and r half through
of the lino niu OM t10 nPXt.
UK iorwjy-1 pa?.-. ,.-e Urn soul
'n'BEl,fB.,,.;d: Trnr. tho fourth
iVIBLi1'? h.Ml cm to Montana.
' '.KP,tui,, f,Yc ydn over-rlshl
-iRl' ?;WHl,a "'lts penalized five
rtk IBlirP'il0 rhiy. Owloy punted
..iRi.10 mney, who inndc a fair
ifrmH ,n,,wlo-or Urn field. Lon
vBj ,"" ruiid left rud ' but
Dli BLy f11"1;. Vth tried a for
w B?,Tw',Ii,l) failed. On the next
W''Uorintn. wnK jiool:cl when 1
,i?a"V ,l frwuvd pnsp. Ow.
ME.V' '"f hall and u'uiiph tliliLv
AKeJut I?1"""!' wuld null him
I iBJkf t,,cW ll,iush. that tho'
' iS?Sl Incomplete and tho ball
-LgwuK on tlic former lino of
Rn?hri,"!1 ,cft rd hut wan hctd
llCW Reiinlon punted forty.rtvj
-i dHPun '"Patrick downed Kelly In
H'BP ft?,-1'0 :Bht the kill. Ownley
lUiJrUiitiL''"' Iv'Hy went
.VMP-i? , for ,lirt0 yards. Owsley
AiKi VUL '"n,lR nothlm,-. .Shaw
iBE.f.P' r hhundM to Utah.
VIBE" ,r VHnlK through rlsht.
a 'Etn"lVi, n,,0'Ju "Iut ovcrtho
f JMRniiacrlaJj .Penalized five
LWuSV'u Br-nlon' puht hit tho
tfn'f' Policed into Mil R.-.tu-WPKl"imu?l
BOl,": ovl,p for touoh-
. 'Khii ll counted over the Groat
U wm&$r amI 11,0 play wa8
1 ftSVV and on, the ffrl down
m&Ki ,5',f!n,B oush tho line.
PL5ffi,IZra fifteen f6p hold
KfevPl'?it,Cfl wcntj.flvii yards to
. te?L'"r: nwido n wido run but
iBtWrf Bl,y Sln. A forward
Pohtai, ,ba,,,.,,, 1 ,,a,l's T.
' ( Hfc'e&ln i1.?tl,,5n? " biirk
'iB'ffi'fl' had now dis-
forty yards to Kelly. When he c?.u.qht
the ball Ott Komney tackled him ho
hard that he. fumbled and Olcacn recov
ered for Utah. Lou Komney tried tho"
lino, but was thrown for a three-yard
loss. JIc, tried the eiid and made no
gain. A forward pass failed. The ball
was now on Montana's thirty-yard line,
ii'-ar thw east sldo line. On ;i forward
pass formation Fltzpatrlck lirojjped back
and" sent il bsiullful drop kick over the
goal. Hcorin? three point-"; for Utah.
Montana kicked off again io Lon Rom-1
ncy. who returned tho ball thirty yards.
fSjUherland tried left guard, but made
nothing. Lou Konin;y ploughed left
tackle (or eight yardF. Hampton wont
thTongb left guard for six more. Hatnp-
ton wa.s then thrown for a one-yard losa
Kitzpa trick los?t live ynrdu on a fumble.
LLon Komney made a pa;? to Bonnlon.
iThe hall sllppe'd through Hcnnlon'a
rhand?, but Ott Komney grabbed it and
before he could be stoppod inndc forty
yards. The pus. waf declared illegal,
however, as Innlon had bien the iirst
one to touch il and LIio ball was taken
Kennlon punted forU- yards out of
bounds. Kelly made nine yards around
left end on the. first play. Smcnd made
two more through right tackle. Mon
tana puntod forty-fivo yards to Suthor
lund, who rctlimnd fifteen yards. ,Thc
ritall -whs tallefi bSVlf',To,i.r'.','Srrlner
land caught it and Utah vw penall'cd
fifteen yard: for inlerftnco with the
man running down under the kick.
Lon Romney Hurt.
Sutherland made sis yards and Filis
patrick two on bucks over left tackle,
Lon Komney made two around left ond.
but when he was tnuklcd was injured
and time was taken out. Sutherland fum
bledj but recovered, losing no ground.
Fltzpalriek made seven yards around loft
end. 7Ianipton lopt two yards when he
smashed Into tho center of the line. Tho
ball went to Montana on downs. Pc
cliampx mado five ytmls through left
guard. Shaw mad, one through right
guard. Montana kicked forty yards to
Hampton mado . five through right
guaid. Lon Komney niajln .sevn around
left end. Lon passed thirty yards to Ott
Romney. who made three more. Lon
passed to Sutherland for u gain of twenty-live
yards. McCarthy intercepted t.
forward paws and van eighteen yards.
Owsley tried loft end, but lost a yard.
A forward pass failed. Montana punted
forty yards to S'utlwuland, who returned
five. Sutherland made one yard through
right, .guard- A forward pass failed. Ott
rtomncy covered thr" y?;ds on a linn
plunge. The first half ended'wlth an nn-Kuccej-sful
Ott Komnoy received tho IQckoff and
returned tweniy-Ovo yards; T,on Kom
ney went through right guard for six
more. .Hamilton hit the Hno for two and
on tlic next down Lon Romney broke
through and made thirty-live yards.
Fltzpatrlck failed to gain on an end run.
Summer mndo two through left guard.
Peterson made fivn over right tackle.
Ijii Komney hit the line for no gain.
Hamilton did like.vls. A forward pass
failed. Lon Romney ' mado hIn yards
through left tackle. iTr made another
yard ovpr right tackle. Summer fumbled
and recovered. A forward pas failed.
I'llzpa.lrlck tried another drop kick from
the thirty-yard lino and failed by tho
Beunlon punted tldrty-fivo yards. A
forward pass failed. Shaw punted thirty
yards to lrlt7.patrick. Summer jnado one
(Continued on rollowiitff Paso.)
At. Collcgevllk Swarthmoro 20;
At Philadelphia Pennsylvania stale
It; Pennsylvania 0.
At Mlddlctown. Pa. Wcsloyau 2R;
At Cambridge Harvard 16; Prince
At Medford. Mass. Tufts J 3 Mas.
At Cambridge Harvard frrhmcn
J -J; Princeton freshpiRu 0.
At (thacR Willlagin 21; Cornell 1').
At Hanover Dartmouth SO; u.m
herst 0. " ' '
At South Ketlilr.em Carlisle 34:
At Rnltlmoro Slovens 1.1; Johns
Hopkins. 12. .
At Easton Lafnyctto 0; Bur.knHl 0.
. At N'cw Brunswick, S. J. Rutgers.
2,1; Hamilton 6.
At Syracuse Syracuse 25; Roches
ter 6. - '
At Providence Brown 12; Ver-'
uiont 7. , . . '
At Hanover Dartmouth 60; .'Am
herst 0. '
At Cleveland Ohio state 31: Cao 0,
At Green. Cautle, Ind, l'Jnpauw
Miami 0, . '
t Cmwrurd5vlHe,;'Inu Wabash 3P;
nose Poly 0.
At folumbhi, Mo. Nebraska. T;
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Victorious Football Squad of University of htah
Topvrowlcft to right: Cameron -(inanagor); Hamilton, Holiustead, Kliyucarson, ;Taylor,"OIatftfonf Barker, Jones,'' Sutnmers, - Cole, 'MUler, ' Bcnnioa
(coach). ' .
-Middle row: Gardner (captaiii), Doauc, .Briggs, Tolman, Olcsou. M. Love," Ott RomhesyH.- Love, Fitzpatrick.
Bottom row: . Dcs. B.cunion, Lon. Romney, Tifys,.Erickspn, Haylor Doh "us, TYoung, Hampton, .Karxick.. .
University Has Advantage in
Weight; , Game Is--Closclyw:
Contested,- " ..
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Special to The Tribune.'. " ;- "
COLORADO SPRINGS; Nov.- 2. The
University of Colorado yvon it close guinc
from Colorado college this affcornopu by
lhu scoru of 10 to 7. . field goal settled
tho contest after a tic had been scored.
. Tho , university' weight, was so much
greater than that of the college team that
It gavo an advantage thut could not be
ovorcome. The. game wis won by keep
ing tho ball within striking distance of
the eoilcgi: goal line
Tn tho first quarter tins university
giants wrro able to force tho ball at once
into, college territory and kep it there
through tho- period, then rushed to tb6
collego thlrtci'U-ynrd line, where the little
men mado a. Htand and safely defended the
Tho university again forced the ball
ahad in tho Hecond o,iuiitcr. It was i:ar
rlea to the college twenty-yard lino and
lost- Then It wis recovered nt tho forty-tivt-yard
line. A field trial foil short.
C.'liccso I'umblyd and KiMiip of thn' univer
sity grabber! the-ball and went over for
a touch-down, llnrtman kicked -gonl.-
Coloiado - college rallied desperately in
tho third quarter, taking thn ball to tho
unlvcrKlty ten-yard lino and to llvc
yard lino and there lost It. Cheese-ran
twenty-five yards n round tho end for h
touchdown. Kramer kiched tho goal.
Score, -7 to 7.
The la3t ouarter was a terrific struggle
In. collego terrltoir. The university forced
tho ball down to within striking distance,
but failed in two attempts at field goals.
AL the third trial ITiirtman put tho ball
over, giving the university tho game, 10
College. . , 'Unlvrslty.
Kramer le.. . , Boulder
Bowerw v. ..It. ......Kemp
Holmes. . r. . . . ,lg. ?: . ;. .. .Sloan
Shnpcott o. . y,.u .... Knowles
Cover .rg. , I Eckol
Cary , rt Crouter
Muncastcr re .....Clartland
Randolph . .. : ob Gt;nriennlng
Cheese !h ..Hartmnn
Lewis. ..v rh.;, .. ...... rjono'vau
Moyes; f b, , . , ..51attcrj. Ivers
ORGANIZE TO PROMOTE
BASEBALL IN FRANCE
CHICAGO, Nov. iv Prance will aoe Uh
first leaguo baselvill came oonr :ui.ya a
cahlo dlb tat eh to the Chicago X)iiy Suwif
todny, THc I'rouch buHball union bus
just been formed with Franz lessorlv of
Paris as president, to promote the buse
lsall' pirtne w'ith tho ultimate Idea ofget
ting, a KrtMich rompetitor In world's
MBS HOLD AGGIES
SClELESSi 14 TO 0
Golden Excels - Just- Enougl
x'lo -Keep; Opponents Fi;om -Countine".
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iSpeciai.to The Tribune.' c' .
-'DENVEK, Colo., uV. ?.-The Colo,
rado Sphqol of. Klines, defeated the Cplo
ra do' Aggies here today, tins 'last-named
being unable to icorc. '.The Mlncrr.
celled-iviHl enough to l:eep) the Aggies I
from more than threatening their goal
line, whllo the plugging of the (Jolden
men carried the ball, continually into
Aggie territory. ,
In tlie tli-st tmartjsr; Golden lost the
ball when uluioBt at the Aggie goal Hue
Murphy tiled to punt out- of danger, but
Young caught the ball and carried it
Connors opened the . ec"ond quarter
with a spectacular run of lhlrtv-thrr.
yurdd. Then the Minnrp pushed -the "ball
acroKn tho field an'd eunrg'elio rushing
sent It over the goal llti. An attempt
for a field, goal fullod just ns tho ciunvr
tor ended. The arore- whh then I t' to 0-
TJlf Aggie? mad" iiomo changes In. (he
lineup at the opening of . the. third quar
ter and put nil their fore and hklll into
an attempt to cbiv. Though they gave
the Minors a terrific struggle they were
unable to get the bnl! over.. , try for
u field goal failed and Gotdeu bjockd
another kick- ,
The foiU'lh quarter was a kicking 'duel
belWoon Striiichain and McUulr fur the
Miners and Murphy for tlio Aggiea. Sev
eral other attempts at goals from the
Miners. . Aggies.
Shanly ,,.s-. . . r., . . . 1 lammond
Myers ; .'. .v.,. ..Hu'. . . : . ; Comer
Kftdot ,!(?.-. .4. Strong
Voimg ,;e. ...'..t. - .IMehardson
Gregg' ...'.rg. ....,: . ....Woods
Eaton rt GimuI
Peurce ..r...... .. Allen
Harper 1 ...oh. . r. , ... . JolinJ-on
BuitIh ;.Ui a. .. : ...Divllbiish
McGulro. .,fh. .. , '....,-- . ...Crows
Hlnniaii ; . ,.ifb. ..' Murray
Officials Coffin. r'fcrce; l"uri'c, um
pire;' Owen, head linesman. .
Harvard Runners Boat Cornell.
IT1LVCA. Nov. 'j, -.'Harrard cross
country r'lunern defeated Cornell today
In a fast race over a Jdx-mllc course. By
bunching four rnen In the first nix, Hav
ynrd pulled out the victory bj- u oloee
Bcore. Captalh John Fkul Jones of the
Cornell team easily b-d the runners to
th tape, but the new -man on the Cor
nell team could not cope wltji tho Cain
brldjjc runnerv. Tho race.-was run, during
a light snow sdni'm. f
Basoball Nines of Brotbors.
Madlnu Mtllx, .. JninJitP a baseball
ienm ntade up of nlno brothers, thulr
names bclnjc vVl'lie. Oscar. Hafrv. ltp,
James, TjconavtL CarrolL Vllan and Iiugh
AGGIES WIN FROM
Score Would Have ' Been'
: "' r Larger ; but - for Loga n J
Team?s" Fumbles., ' ..'
, P. . '
Special to The Tribune.
' LOG AX; Jov. C Tho , Aggies over
xvhclmed the team of the University, of
Wyoming this afternoon by- a acoro of
r.3 'to b. But for the fumbling of, the
Aggies in the first part of the' gume Yh
score would have been still- higher. The
vlaitlng team was not in the best shape.'
while the Aggies were in fine fettle and j
played fast bolb ....
Eight touchdowns wero made and Batt
kicked five souls.. One touchdown wap
made In the first quarter and one. in the
second. In the' third" quarter threo more
touHidowna wero madci and this was
duplicated in the filial "period. -
The Aggies made, good gains with the
forward pass, and . one feature of the
gapio .was the tlfly-tfard . rim of. Jones
(or a touchdown after receiving a for
ward paH. Sweitr.cr, alo made a Ions
run after breaking-through the lint for
another touchdown. "Mohr of tho Aggies
played a wonderful'-cam ' ' '
Wyoming threatened, the A'Rgle goal
only oicf luring hc.pjitlre g-.ime. . They
mad" several big gain?1 wltl tlfe, forvard
puss and HJi-k plays, but could not get
in eonolstcntly. Hitcicock had to be
taken from thp game wllh a fractured
rib. Thf lineup:
Aggies. .... . Wyoming.
Kerr le Whitman
Klryy. it. .;. . .... 11. ,-Rogc.rs
Nclon. Jenson Ig, .. Tliomp;-on
O-cn. Naylo'r e Hastings
Green, b'dholm rg. ..:.. -Anthony
Batt. Cahoon. rt. .. . ... I.onanlf on
i Mohr re Hitchcock
Goodspod dh,, V. "nogero
Bl oKi rd : III i J Davln
Taylor rh TraviK
Orookston . . . ....... f l , x. ' Bogcru
fjtibii Mmrtlu for Thompson. Glenntug
for Hitchcock. Alternate periods of fifteen
and twelvo minutes. Umpire Ivan Eg
bert. Refcrcc'T-A. Kgbcrt. Head lines
man Harry Stoney.
GRIFFITH DROPS DEER
WITH "CURVE" STONE
UELIWA, Mont.. Nov. 2. .Charged by
a wounded deer nud unable to ne u
rifle.- whleh had become jd mined. Oiark
Griffith, manager of tio Wobhlngtou
American league team, saved himself
from probable MertouB injury by hlJ old
time skill as a. pitcber. b'olulng a stone
about tho ?lr.e of a baseball, he ,ent on
of hla eurves Hut made him tiie Idol of
tho Chicilgo vhtU yesirs ago. asralnH the
animal's head and dropped it In itc
tracks, lie then dispatched It with the
butt of hfs gun.
This uaH'.the slorystpld by. several of
Griffith's rriepds who returned here yes
terday from Orirnth'a ranch, bringing
wkb them tho skin of the deer which
CUizmA l Uiil.ij-,g uc iiivioj; mounted.
' LOSES 10 lilS
9 f f
Haskell Is .Victor in See-Saw
Game -by -Score. 'of .
' ' t;:l3 to iOV : i
' - ' ' - J. '"-'nnjrj.-
Special to Thc, Tribune.' . ; -
ttB.WEn, Colo..- Nov. 2. The 'Haskell
Tndiuna Won a .sec-sa.-vijig game from
Denver university this afternoon. In the
second 'quarter tichroeder hlcked a field
goal for Denver university and later tho
Indians forced theball down to tho Den
ver university goal line, but ailed on the
' In the third "quarter - Koon?man was
pushed over, for a touchdown, giving tho
univeiwy a lean.
The last quarter was u fierco contest
on the Denver university thlrty-flvo-y&rd
line, but the Indians managed to
get the bait started and pushed it over
for the .topchdpjvjt that won.
Schroeder," for the Denver university,
OUtkicked "Arllchokor, , of the Indians,
having 'the better tt the piinilng.t The
Indians w?rn a. trifle better at llno-pluug-lng
an'd the Jiisl 'touchdown was madu hy
two flue forward1, jwsaes- 'Php aoorc
Haskell, Mr Denver university, 10.
Tim lineup: r
I Haskell Indians, lienver.
Degraff le. Leyden
Williams H..(CnjUp Si'hroednr
Beer. , , , r. .1. Johnston
Stocor o, -.....-. Kiuiomaii
Arkekeiah rg... . . nJlisbum
Artlehokcr. i ...... rt. ........ . Donwfdron
Mzhlcktcno .. .re . ... Maron
Flood qb.-. ., Gunnel!
Crow .lh. Herbert
Roequr. rh ' Large
Rlebarda..,.. fb....i.,... Day
Off trials Main, referee; Hycr, umpire:
Kocster, hyad linesman.
OFFERS AS CATCHER
ST. LOUIS. Nov. '.noser .l3rrsnahati1 j
recently relieved as manager of the.:?.
Louis' National league lasdwill elub, lftl
for his home In TolMlo;.O.f tonight. Be-!
fore leaving Brcsnauan said ho laid re-j
eelved offers from two utioual league
clubs. and one American league teanufor
j his nervlcr-s as catcher. '
13rnahan suid thai he would not non
jslder any offer1 at presenf, mi he indondHl
to fight for his - contract with tho St.
- Pittsburg- and Cldragp. according to a.
telegram from rresldcnt Tiynch, have
made offers for nrevnahau'd sen-ices. If
Brcsniiban an gel away from tho Na-
tional leagiic. he pwdMbly will bo with
the local American lfigue club, ns a for
mal offer ha been made.
TVHt-sc to IVTauage Oakn. ;
' OAKLAND. C'a) Nov. I'.-.CarloMit-se,
catcher of the Oakland Coast league
tscball team, wlib;h won the, le.igue.-pnn-nant
this year. Was toddy made mintiscr
for the lflS -season.
FORWARD PASS WIS 1
FOR HE TEAM I
Salt Lake High School De: I
feated bv Score of
ZION STARTS OFF WELL fl
Put Ball Over for Touchdown H
v and Kick Goal in First !
Special to Tlio Tribune.- iH
BOISi:. Idaho. Nov; forvaTd
pass succMsfully v?'orkc(i for lon paina
won tho intcrmountaln .intericholaatii'
chain piohship for Boise from Salt "Lake
high school at Cody Hold hem this af
tcrnoon by tho score of 20 to ". Ont jH
elasscil and o,utRenoriile3 h'tit rallyiui:
aespora'tcly 'atlimear Sa1t'-"raVo, nf I'er' 31
marching down thn fiolo' for tbrt first
touchdown, was unnhlo .o spJvo tho
tBo:se plays and lost thp gamo in the
last, throo qiuiTtcrs. ' iH
It vtzr too ability of Coock Worth
wine's fitjhtiup niuchino, ligbtor thnn fH
that of Coach Riiihurdsoa 's, to Coroo
from behind whon Salt Lake had scored
in. Uie nrst seven mioptcs of play and
tight for ovcr.v inch oi jrourid that won
for Boise. The pamo was clean, fast
and. bitterly fought. Tho attendance jpH
Boise Line Solid.
.Boise lost tho toss and kicked to Salt jlH
Lake. The first test, of the Boiso line tlH
found it solid and OIsou of Salt Lake IH
punted to Boise's forty-yard line, fait
Luke was ))euali7cd flvo yards fur off lH
side, but held Boiso for. downs and pot
tho ball ou tho Bolso forty-fivc-y.nrd jH
line. Hitting tho linn through thn jH
guards and tackles. Salt Lake started
pound through tho Boise line, Quar- IH
tcrback "Ward ninninsr tho leant with
lightning speed. Amid tho groans of fH
the BoiKC rooters. Salt Lako ate up the lH
distance bohvoen them . and goal and fH
sent 01on over for . touchdoTJ Halt
Uiko kicked thn gonl. Score: Salt iH
Luke, 7 ; Boise, 0.
Use Forward Pass
Good ;ju'dginont by Quarterback lH
Bror,-n in ealliug out .tho forward paps
after Salt Buko kicked to Boise in .tho flH
second quarter proved io bo Boise's
horseshoe. Tho pass was truo and gave.
BoIeo hvonty ;.:irdF. It was quickly iH
called again nud envo Bbine twentv
more vards. Salt Lake could not block f
the trim passes. Within fivoTJUnutcsnf
tcv tho quarter opened Boiso-hnd buc
cossfnlly passed tho ball - behind tho
halt Lako goal lor a. toucnaoTni. tap- (fH
lain Johnson failed to luck goal. Hl
Tteucatiiiir the samo tactic; affer hold- ffll
iug Salt Lnko for downs. Boise marched
pn tho Suit Lake coal, forward passing pl
over tho coal for tho second touchdown. (H
Jolinton kicked coal. Tho half ended
with a score of 1u to T in fuVor of Boise. ftH
Salt, Lake Loses Confidence. rH
Salt Lake seemed to loso eoofidence t
nfler this- quarter. Tu the ncit two lll
iliiartcrK ihr Hoiso line stiffened and itl
held. Salt Tjiiko rcpeafodly fried the jH
fonvard pass nnd tailed. Only oopa tH
during tho game wero the -Saints able IH
sib-cesafnllv to work tho pnsa. Playing iH
was hard iind fast during thi.; qiutrtec,
nuuting being often resorted to. Boiso
iinallv ninuaged to earn- fho ball byline
pluuges fo Salt Lake ft twenty-tivc-yard
line, where n succoasful placo kick wa
worked for three more- points.
End runs, forivard passes. and lm
plunges gavtj Boiao its third touchdown
in the fourth quarter, nnd n bad fumble -jH
bv s'alt Lake near its own goal line gavr jH
them another one. Goal was kicked.
riual score: Boifc, 20; Salt Lake. 7.
Naylor ..... . i . ilt . . v. t ' Harelton tiM
lvtlliolm lg ..H. Brown VM
Oabooii .....W- - isP:t?, KH
Jttijd I....... rg Rooinnon LH
Tcates rt...., ..'Xoue fM
Kllpatriclr re AloNar.der UM
E: Wilson...-, ob......-.... Brovo fH
Olson feapt.) rh. Johnson .(capt.) M
Ilreelcen (1).; Gerlou?h IH
' Jtcferce, John Rcpnn. Santa. Clara, H
I'lnplr. trila Jlutrimcll. Jnusylvanl.
jread UiieMniau, 1$ d. "White, rumbcr-
Traiu at Paso Boblea. 1
CIIIf'AOO Nov. 2. Ch-arlcs Comin- IH
key of the Aine.ricau league team an-
nounccd tn(av that the team will leave H
Chicago early iu February for n fO-ra fH
weeks' triixnnc at Pasf Boblcs, vai f'H
and return about April 10. uH