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,tjjj 2 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, -1913 SPQRTggj-Rg
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WlfVS FflDM CHICAGO
Badgers Outplay the Maroons
and Take Important Game;
Score 30 to. 12. ;.r
HAS '-Vf'ONDERFUL TEAM
Best Collection of Players in
the Western Colleges
BY B. W. ItiVKDNEH,
- By International News Scnice.
MADISON. Wis.. 7ov. 2. Wisconsin's
wonderful eleven, the best team thnt hs-s
tcpresentcl the Badger university since
130:. took another long step toward the
conference championship today when It
defeated tlir Maroon 30 to 12 In the most
important same of the western season to
rtat. The Badgers won because they
hid tljo bftljr team and bemuse the
Maroons failed nbsoliltelv to carry out the
instructions of their coach. -
fl'&i ,Tr1 lJ?s ,noL bMn l"tcr collection
fifti Rl Rffl"wjn western college
u!h ! J "", tliai ! who wore the
"v $VB?,nIt, aw?icl? ll,,a afternoon. The
Maroons "would have been exceedingly
lucky to win. but they would have uwde
5tnggs rtlrecUoijs. Thcro wa Just one
way for Chicago to beat Wisconsin and
that ws fey the nee nf the forward pass.
- Pe.1M.nnons tn?f,c tho Badgers look sick
t h Jl bJL. t,9 50t busy too late.
Tn the third and fourth quarters Marsr
ton Smith, sub quarterback for the Chi
cago fllfiven, turnd loose all that hi?
tear had learned. Tie called for for
ward pass after forward pass, and the
nujority of tpem we& through tm
VwAWA,5' Badger had
ti 'wy?,l& vaatBse and they refused
to be frightened by the exhibition o'
CThaBS,d,?t r?iV wlnS I" St.
JF1 dgerff of 1312 are of champion.
hlP ral bre, and If they are beaten In
hecav-e the Gophers ar marvels. Coach
Jur.Mii bAt men who know the theorv
of football and who can carry It on? t?.
UleU? h lm the but wetL Lf
terback Plnce teffena, and In Toberc
and Beref the beat line oliihe-
Bdflk and FlckerV Bu "&f'a dS?5?
' ffl M?5Lr,Bht ckledavStltled
that i picked. brok up pjav after
nlay that the Maroon ent aSlnu "fi
Eddie Gillette, heralded an 'the war
Creatst quart whack Mijcp McGvern
Played hwutlful football. Hit i qwrtJ?:
5n play. He did not use thn best of
Judgment all of the time, but he cer!
w nly displayed abluV to rut and I dodga.
31Uett was taken out of f4i game h-n
5?f?. ltSa' J11' successor, Bellowr. won
dleUhcUon by drop-klcklns JoaV froxn
the 'ield In the,cloln5 moment of FthS
Jnbers run fo a. touchdown
after lnterceptlnir a. forward ps ?wu Ta
rpot spectacular play of the paroe. The
dh was a fortyyard affair. He . as'4H
fllone on this sprint and he K0t aw
!; SS?B M,roon tacW n c'daSlni
CiWiilf,fC,.iti- Wil6 Do,,y G". He car
rJed the ball about half the time and
m a made most of the gains that were "St "e.
imm rur'd by workinc th forward nas w
t'lf, !ihtne"t ln th" hlrd quarter for
L'5-ft itC0S-,ln tht beUr the cheer-
iSfe ,n.- The Badgers can wjn XTi,
ft f r?p,,i,Bsh,p 7h,4her thev "f homo
SiJ T-H or 0,6 "0:ul Every faithful alumnus
l 4 oT! ?adSC? institution was on hahd
IK ? Th'' as ,del football. ie
n?r22S10 8I,ectato" ln their light
tffii J'y Tho lineup:
iflh !,frln' , ' Chlcaco.
Imht- ST1 'J8 Vruwtnk
& "i sur DcB Jardlen
WMI: ft?.1.1? n' r , Carpenter
for Huntington: Gras for Vruwink; Moff
tt for Tanberg; SrnltH for KeelV?. Unge
"f rlxht. TOTchdowr.ir Tanbarg. 3; Bright,
3, Gray. Vrawlnk. Goals from touch
jloTrnsGIUette, Z. Goal from field Bel
lows. Umrire Benbrook. Michigan. Ref.
iree Hackett. West Point. Head llnei
man Enalle. Purdue
mm CORNELL ,MEN BREAK;
mm WILLIAMS IS WINNER
8H31 v S-SPi Xliix Nov- --Cornell wa5
WiSB humbled bv "iVllllamf today 2 to 10.
aESlJC ATter playlnc a. brilliant came In the
BMCf I "f1 the, team seemed to ko to
ajlfllg nltccc in the third and fourth periods.
ft wS& Missouri Hold NcbraBka.
9 COLTTSrSLV. Mo.. Nov Outwlrhd
I iaflt f!a JundB to lhr. man and outpUyI In
I Imit lilr latt. half, ihe MlAfoun fitatc unl-
I fwU wMty ioothall tam hta ibr NVhrnska
B siSiiflS jir.iverajty to ons tou'hdo-rn -ipj a so.it
9. W&Sk P ,ajt quarter Tfip final was. Ne-
' I Brswn Beats Veraot
PKOV7DENCE, ft I.. Now Brown
, yon a. slowly juwJ poorly pUyod came
v, from Hi Lnlvenlty of Vermont, 13 to 7
Harvard Eliminates Princeton From Championship Race .
CAPTAIN WENDALL, HAEYABD,
TOWARDS IE TITLE
Defeats Illinois, 13 to 0;
Gophers' Goal Only Once
MINNEAPOLIS. Nor. 2 Minnesota's
football team today fought its way an
thar atep totrard the "Big Nine" con
ference championship, defeating tho UH
nots by a score of 13 to 0. Touchdowns
by McAImon in the- first and second quar
ters, respectively, and "Pinkie" Hay
ward'ji ono kicked goal In the- second
quarter, tell tho story of Minnesota
Illinois came back strong In fhe second
half and Minnesota practically played on
the defensive, while both teams were
forced' to kMck frequently.
Illinois and Minnesota- In the second
half tried the forward pass frequently,
the former making good rains'. A number
of tlmen paaaes on both side wero In
tercepted. Hayward and Ehaughneasy
making sensational runs on such plays.
Shaughneoar, who took tho place of Tol
lfon. dltqualifind for the remainder of
the season bcauso of scholastic defi
ciency, did pood work as kicker, but was
not tho equal of MIkman or Aooleston.
Only onco ms Jllnnesota's goal realh'
In danger when Illinois, in the fourth
quarter, hy lln -.mashes bv wooleston
and 6ennff, carried the ball to Minne
eoU's one-yard lin. Minnesota held,
however, and Shaughneasy kicked to
KANSAS WINS FROM
OKLAHOMA, 6 TO 5
LAWRENCE. Kan ., Nov. 2. Coming
up n in tho last quarter with two place
kicks, tho University of Oklahoma de
feated the University of Kanfaa here to
day 6 to 3- Both Oklahoma's score were
made by Courtrlght, left halfback. The
field was muddy and fumbles wcro fre
quent by both tams.
Weldlin. Kantaa left Uckle. did most of
the kicking for his team. In the oecond
quarter ho made the first scorn of tho
game with a beautiful kick, from place
ment but failed repeatedly on other at
tempts. Mt. Pleasant Wins and Ties.
Spivfal to The Tribune.
PRICE. Nov. 2 The Wasatch acad
cmv of Mount Pleasant defeated the
Prlcr acadfmy on the park grounds at
Price yesterday by a tcore of 13 to 0.
Today the Carbon county high school met
the Mount ritasant team, tho game re
sulting In a wore of 6 to 6, The- games
wer attended by enthusiastic crowds.
At MadlBoh Wisconsin, -30; Chi
At Minneapolis MlnneEota, 13; Illi
At Evanston Purdue, 21; North
At Ann Arbor M3chlsa-n. 7; South
At Pittsburg Notre Dame, S; Pitts
At Oberlln Oberllni 27; Worces
At Lansing M. A. C, 47; Ohio
Weal cyan, 0.
At Bloomlngton Indiana, 33; Earl
At St. Louis Drake. 33; Washing
ton. 13. '" '
At Lawrence. Kan. Oklahoma, 6;
At Palo Alto Stanford varsity. 19.
Olympic club, 0.
At Berkeley Australians, 25; Uni
versity of California, 3. , "
Oklahoma. 6; Kansas. 5.
Missouri, 0; Nebraska, 7.
At Denver Haskell. 13; Denver, 10.
Colorado. 10; Colorado college. 7..
Colorado Mines. 14; Colorado Agri
At Los Angeles Santa Clara, unl
. versity, 10: University of Southern
At Nashville Vanderbllt. 13; Vir
At Athens, Ga. Georgia, 13; Se
MICH IS VICTOR
1 THRILLING SAME
Contest Between Husky War
riors Decided by 7 to k
ANN ARBOR. Mich.. Nov. 2. Securing I
a touchdown and goal in tho last fewj
minutei of play. Michigan today defeated j
tha University of South Dakota, '7 to G,
jln a thrilling game, the first contest in
which tho two universities ever partici
pated. A bad kickout by Sheeks after he had
scored a touchdown for South Dakota in
the second period Jot the husky visitors
the opportunity to hold the Wolverines
to a tie. Held scoreless in the next
period, both elevens played desperate
football in tho next 'period and mialh.
after an exchange of punt. South Da
kota secured tho ball on .Michigan's fortv
I yard line- Two forward passes netted
South Dakota mor than half the dis
tance and SheekB tore through for a
Before Potta r.ould recover Sheek's er
ratic punt Michigan players had him
Back and forth -waged the tide of bat
tle until late in the final period, when
Michigan worked the ball well Into Da
kota territory only to have a forward
pas Intercepted. Frguon punted out
of bouuds on Dakota's fifteen-yard Hn
and Michigan got the ball. Using Thom
son a thfr vortex of a tcrriflc Una at
tack, the M8e and Blue warriors bat
tered their way to Dakota' seven-yard
line, where Thomson smashed through
Downigh for the tying score. Than Pat
erson kicked goal.
Crimson Defeats the Tigers in
, Hard-Fought Battle;.
Score 16 to 6.
BY DAMON BUNYON.
By Jnterwitlbnal News Service.
CAMBRIDGE. Mass.. Nov. '-'.Harvard,
lfi'; Princftton, 6,
The boot of Charlie BrlcKlcy, a
native son of old Massachusetts,
spanned a dreary chasm of a quar
ter of a century In Hurvnvd football his
tory this afternoon and brought the first
victory to tho Crimson that It has been
Hblo to score over Princeton In all that
length of time. Of Hurvard's sixteen
l pojnts nlno wcro due to the kicking of the
Everett boy. The fat that Harvard
finally managed to croeR the Tiger goal
line for a touchdown was merely ;i. sop to
t-rlmson vanity, as Brlckley had won the
game for Cambridge before that came
about, driving enough field gonla across
the Jersey bare to offset the Princeton
It appears that the youthful Mr. Brick
ley s right too had been carefully
groomed for this occasion- The stories of
his kicking prowess were not exaggerated,
lie commenced kicking early today and ho
kicked late or until he was led a way with
a bloody nooc, sustained in the Crimson's
final charge to a touchdown.
bo tonigjit Harvard is doing snake
dances ulbng- the public rights of way and
noisily making up fo twenty-five long",
cheerless years, while tho " Tigers arc
Brlckley Is a member Qf the class of
lQlo and comes from Everett, -Mass., and
tha majtes It a sort of native-grown
victory. m3 .hooting' today establishes,
him in the WalPof footbnl fame, for with
out Brlckley It would have been a mighty
tlgnt fiqoecre for the Crims6n.
Tries Forward Pass.
The youthful Mr. Brlckley's square fo
had given Harvard the striking advan
tage of three large points in 'the first
period, the' ostrich-legged young back prof
pelllng a goal from the field before the
Tigers could" get. wound up. That sent
Harvard Into the second period with urin
toward fire and they were Immersed in
the game up to their h'eadguards w:h4n
Princeton suddenly abandoned all ancient
devices and cut Itself adrift on the flimsy
iXnBr n AnJr6vs. who is described
by bis fellows as a rather rotten end.
but quite some passer of tho forward
nas3, , was selected as the motive power
for the ground-galnln-r device. It appears
that Andrew? was really ln the pastime
for that fole purpose.
pinches. He negotiated one that failed
througn no faiijt 0r his own. Then he
u otcLwfr04n, ?.bout- tIj nilddle of
the Held. Tubby Waller being at the re
ceiving end. This pass was verv suc
cessful and Princeton had tho ball on
wtfJ-WS twenty-flve-yanl line. De
Witt tried to elbow hip way through the
Crimson line, but was pushed aside for
Then the ball was again given to the
useful Andrews and he passed it very
deftly across to the receptive Waller,
who tore put In the general direction of
Harvard jroal with large numbers of
Crimson nearts palpitating in his wake.
Once he stumbled and fell down on the
ten-yard line, but he arose and proceeded
on his way across the Crimson goal, with
Mr. Gardner of Cambridge clutching at
his elusive ankles.
Princeton Makes Touchdown.
When Waller fell prone on the green
grass and lay gasping for hreath. Mr.
Gardner was approaching him from the
left flank, put he arrived just a moment
after Tubby had gone tubbing along, so
to speak. As Waller fell In a mighty
burst of triumph across the goal he
rolled out of bounds, but the deed was
done- The Tiger tried to kick out, but
no one made a fair catch, so they did
not get a chance to trv for K02l. L
This made the score 5 to 3 In favor of
the Tiger, and Harvard was slightly per
turbed. After the Intermission, however,
the Crimson resumed operations and an
opportune fumble by DeWltt Jn the third
period of a pass for a kick gave Cam
bridge the ball on Princeton's five-yard
line. Wendell made a fierce charge, but
was repelled, and then Harvard was
pushed back by penalty at a moment
when a touchdown seemed Imminent
Two more line charges accomplished lit
tle and then Brlckley fell back and
booted another field goal. The score was
Shortly thereafter. In the fame period.
Gardner made a fair catch in mldtield
and t wan s-en that young Mr. Brlcklcv
meant to try for still another goal, vpn
from thnt remote distance It neemed
merely a perfunctory matter, however. a
most people do not kick goals from that
dlstanco and generally don't eo much as
try. The ball was placed on a neat little
tee right In the centet of the field and
Brlckley removed hi leather turban and
dropped back, while tho Princeton rooters
were fo certain he wouldn't mak It that
they even omitted to admonish their boys
to block that kick, which Is on of tho
Makes Great Kick.
Backward swung the Brlckley lc and
forward pwunj the Briekltfy toe, striklnK
the ball with a hollow thump. The ball
aroe and floated leisurely through the
air, borne by some If 0 pounds of youth
ful energy. It was just seen passing be
tween the Tlge rgoal posts on ltc way
due north, while tha Harvard following
stood up and gave vent to much outcry.
It was some boot pome boot take it
from anybody that relate the occur
rence 0.-esional1v thraftr inr intrepid
young Brlckley took hot jhot at the
blak and orange goal post from any
angle or distance that struck his pecu
liar fancy, twice firing from thirty-five
yards and once cvari further than that.
Ho frequently tore largo round places out
of the Tiger line.
Hpbey Baker did not start the game,
but his blonde head was dodging behind
CAPTAIN PENDIiE TON, PBINOETON.
the Ijne in tho second half. Ho retired
before the" close of the game, however.
Brlckley was only laid out during the
final period, but he came to in time to
muss up the Jereey line In a number of
places. Toward tho close of the period
the Tiger line, weak to begin, crumbled
and the backs of the Crimson slashed
through for r touchdown, Hardwick car
rying the ball acroee Jn a final smash
Whch laid out the game young Brlck
ley, star of the afternoon, who was led
off the field limping between a pair of
comrades. Hardwlck also kicked seal.
- Details of tlio Game.
Th rult of tin tot. fs.Tr Princtlon LS
klck-ofl mi ITin'ird Might 'latajs )n tbs
Tb Rm fttrt4 nharf t ? o'cleck with D'
-ltt kiclctij to Harvard oa Htrvard't l"rra
Hat. Th bt!1 tun tech thirttea. yuii
Folton kicked on thi crit down, out of bounds
on Prlneeton'i 5-yrd line- Baker carried 'the
ball on a. -vlng vitlf L and trtvle four yard..
Wilier ratd thr mora artl thn Captala Pen
dleton inido a nrit davn oa a ruili around
Hsrvsrd' loll end to Hsrrard'i tO-yaid line.
On tho next do-vn thre -ar holding by
Prlneaton cd a. Vyrd penalty tent tho tal
Sack Into tu TlEer territory. Alter aa tn
eHe:tual rujh, S B5tr carried tho. ball nd
made threo yarfa Drirltt kicked to Harrard'a
iS-yard lint and Hardwlck carried U back to
Harvard's 33-rard line.
Harvard Martlnc ru)hl3p "'Uh a. 3-7ard gsjn
br Cj plain "Wendell through tackle.. Fei(oa
kicked to rendition on Princeton's 7-yard lino,
."her a fair catch & made. T)eTtt tfai
thrown baOc for "-yard Icia and then ttr
fnrrthllaj th pat. Waljtr tnadf t-lve yards
around Harvard' rlsht end. Djwltt kicked in
Hardwlck on Hanard't ?0-yerd line and the bell
ar. run btck lis yardt
Wendell Leaves Game.
Teltoa kkkd to readlelon on Princeton'
JO-yard llnr and the Princeton captain dodteo
skc llir-ard rormrda btforo h -a do?T)1 on
tbo TJsri' S7.yard line. Bradley - toe'k Wf
dtll'a place at fullbick for Harvard. "Waller
made to yard tarouah Harrard'ii rljht tackle
oa a as ti)Ut play. Dst-'ltt tnis?lrd throvith
frr three more. Dtx-ttt kicked" to Harrard'w
?2-yard Mae. where Brlckley Jell on tb ball
without gala, Feltan thtn'klckad to Tendleton
la the- cntr of the flld. The rrlaeeton cip
taln rnuff-d It. but rerovtred the "ball on Prln
ton'i .yard lla.
Irtacetcrj -was. " mtklnr good jalna wbia them
came a S.yerd p?naly for ofiildt play On
fako kltV Waller lcit ten jardi. v-rfce flfu for
ward ria by Princttsa -a rjcceiflul. DrvJtt
to S. Elktr. but tb"t no jalrt and Dtwltt
kicked o'lteld on Harvard' IJ.Jard lln. Vd
to th! point Prlneeloa bid crjtruvbH Harvard
Peltoa kicked and It v prlncelon'a ball on
their 4S.vard I n- Tbt Ttfr could not gain
aad DKttt kicked to Gardner on Harrard'j -yard
Ptlton klckJd to Pendleton on Prlacetoa-o 12
yard line puat of tayenty-elsht. yard. Ptn
dleton u nailed without cala, but , Bakar
.n yafja on a tjuanifPacic rua. Penile
ton four on triple pai. and asothir it,
yarda' iln -a autfleleat tor a "Crit do-rn on
Prlccelo.i'a ?5 )ard He-
PrndlHon w hurled back tor i lota and th
Pfriod ended -1th tho ball 3 rtlsceton't pc
wrMoa on their J-yard Dae.
Bricklcy Makes rirst Score.
In returning; ?Iay. Dettt runted Mthoul tn
twlal sain asd ft was Hirrarl't ball on Prlnee.
W0 -yard lln. On a l9fl Cf V-jae.V cou
pld with trequest reaalUea oa Prtncetoa lor
osald. play. Harrard Vroujjht tho tu to rrlnce
lon't l.yar-J p. It waa iourth doa-n Brlcklar
dropped back to the ll.rard u Pd aeat ' .
boautlrul drop orr tha Prlncetda roal bai- for
tb Crat aeore of th jane. ' r
Waller kicked off to the Harvard J.yjri iin.
ancktev daahe4 chrourb hn field JcV ilxtMa
rarU before ho -.-a. dwatd. W eht lV
lap', plec at rljht for Princeton' DM
Oa the Cr-t ruth Brl'klt.y ra,d. th, ; rAnl
line on a lai ki-k nd lra Flt0a
out of loada cn rrlae.tija .Tcrd tin.
Prlarrtoa couM not eila on Uai rluac
wilt kicked to Harvard'', U rard tlnr ad HaT
wick ruhed bak nla yarda. Holdlnr on r?
IJenrard line broujtit . nait, of S5n ?Ma
Felton kicked v ntacton'i li-yiYd Hzi !
raadUtea rnahtd 11 biclt UxuerV yarta to H.rfl
yard's ?.yrd Hat. Ofl aothrv1iaMoaHf
(Continued on Following Page.) r
PURDUE Wires WITH
Defeats Northwestern, 21 to
6; Spectacular Plays
EVANETON, 311.. Nov. 3.PIaylng a
brllllapt game of straight football'. Pur
due university triumphed over North
western today, 2L to 6.
Purdue's scores wjro the result of threo
touchdowns. O'Briin. Purdue's fullback,
went ove- for Ihe touchdown In the open
ing period after Oliphant had advanced
the ball to Northwestern's ten-yard
Purdue's second touchdown was made
in the third period when Phelps ran sixty
yards against a broken field and planted
the ball between NorthweRtern's goal
posts. Oliphant kicked all three goals.
Spectacular plays by High tower, Imke
and Gruhn enabled Northwestern to score
four minutes after the beginning of the
game Hlghtower gained forty yards on
ap end r.in.
RED AND BLACK GLUM;
TRIP TO COAST OFF
"Loelng to the Boise high school yester
day will prevent, the local high school
team from claiming the lltlo of inter
mountalii champions, as they had hoped
tr do. They were defeated so decisively
that a coast trip Is now out of the que-v
,V,0",,nJ .r,1 an(l ck squad, ln
vt clbie until they met the northern team,
will be glum ox n result,
i Th'.!0W5 ?f y'flTday's gumo pro'cd a
hard blow to tl student body, aw ihev
were confident the boys would wn and
were auxloun to see them nlttil jraitm
ffiLthiruia n.n,,lh th o8on without
being scored against, and linrdly anyon
expected thereto lose a game" nnyon-
STUDENTS COMPELLED TO
T&?J5rS !4yo( hlPh school t;tud-nt5
Slrtd ,n 'wnt.of The Tribune, pre.
&e their at,amnnr dfmontratronP in
case their team wop at Boise vester,
day. disbanded ln gloom when ihe re
& had'bt V V, nJrther11 ldrn
Thlf. 2 i i?13101 their lam decisively.
Ponnsy Again Doatou.
PHIbADRLPHIA Nov. 2
Easy for Dartmouth.
0 wvirfhw? 'f0WIAn,W"it today, 60 to
Varsity Lucky tpH$cfl
ovr left tuIrXLonomafe1;,
more over the sanio ;il't amBL
two more. Tan P.Djno?r uSH'
flach made two yarrtj oveMaHrV
Ott Roinney wriggled thnriB
and made Tiff pen yirdj kmi
Summer and Hamilton eickniHV!
yards on smashes ovr Uu ; iaBr1
nlon hit the .iame "pUce fMBV
Hamilton made two throatkiiHi
Lon Roinney's cintcr nuhiHW
two-yard joes, I-Jamlltoa nZKP
fate on the next piny. Lon baHil
held for no gain an the b3HM
on downs within a foot cFiHI
goal line. . P
Owsley kltkQd nftert naliE
bounds to Via. Lon RomntrliHl
yards through the cDter.tfBl
The aimrter ended with thibiAiK!
posHesslon on Mbntuiu'K'rKaB?
l.on Romney made tiXYt&Et
right tackle and FiiymiutiMm
down with a four-van! xtlaiHN
tacl;Ic. Summer tried right nH
gain. Lon Romncy was bulHi
yard loes when lio tried' t?iiMW
line. A forward pass ovx$fD
failed and Utah lost a Kvmlmr
to score. Utah was peai5B
yarda for holding. 0vlt&l
yards around right ed7 'JhdH
held for a tvrn-yard loss
right guard. Owsey parileilkHVt
to Fltzpatrick, who retbrntf lM
Summor went through rfiUBf
four yards. Hamilton fuabjqHQj
man recovered for MonUa'jiBlfl
lost one yard' on a smifh.ltbiHw
of the line. Shaw 'hit IWJijK
gain. A pretty forward pw iM
ley to Gault netted UtatfM'KKfi
Ott Romney null4 G'4M,1CHH
hind when it looked like a.tsMBR
the! Mlssoullans. ShwaJiiiBy
oh a line plunge. Ptsebtim RH
thuoUgh right gunp- btf.HP
other through right guwdi-IMV
penalized five yards foh fHBL
Owsley evened ths scori'maHs
goal from pUcomsnl Yrssi'AiB
five yard line: Ott FwMBA
on the play and almoM 3Bj;
but Owsley was cool ana PUfKij
Just barely over th WvnHR"
between the uprights. .HL't
Utah kicked off to OetcBl'
turned fifteen yard- ."Sff 1
fifty yards to yitjpatrick'.wi'M
twenty. 'Lon Romney; TBH
tackle for five but iSa.MBfkl
out. McCarthy UiUrtaliWSMiii
pass and Owsley pnatWM,
Fltzpatrlck. who retrni4'l
punted fifty yarda to M2i3iH2f
downed in his. track;. Wfw
out of bounds to Utah' a rSgL
Eon Komney arflPIf?, iZSBrO.
to Hamilton, bat the wflBL
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