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AT HANDS OF STATE UNIVERSITY
Rogers i lew Scene of Heartrending
Battle, Wherein WelelsN Cohort-
Are I cms— s.ame on Msidsfo
Field Willi. ...,l by GsWt
The University of Washington last
Saturday sent over a team of loot-;
ball men under Coach Hunt that
proved the stumbling block in the
way of Coach Welch's Cougars
championship parade. The Purple
and Gold, minus the services of their
star tackle, Grimm, seemed deter
mined tO outplay themselves and
took advantage of an early break in
the game and made a touchdown,
the first to be scored against the
State College tins season. The score
momentarily disheartened the Cou
gars but they goon recovered from
the shock and during the remainder
of the half completely outplayed she
university, team, carrying the bad
within the 10-yard line twice during
the period. The yardage ' figures
show that Washington Stale made
127 to the university's 35 in the first
half. The Cougar score was made
early in the second halt when Roy
Hanley fell on a punted ball that
Abel'; the Purple and Gold safety
man, had touched, putting the ball
in the State College possession on
the Washington 15-yard lino. A
series of plunges by .Moran and Gil
lis made th" only Cougar score of
the day. Dick Hanley kicked goal.
In the last period, n beautiful set
of passes staged by Abel and Smith
put the hall :n Washington state ter
ritory. Plunges by 1)...1ey, Butler,
and Blake. put the ball on the five
yard line, Blake then crashed
through for a second touchdown,
Faulk missed the goal.
In the last period Washington
State displayed ii remarkable come
back, featuring several long passes,
the attempt came too late to avail
them any score.
In the line Walt Her reid and Ham
ilton stopped the plunges sent in
their direction and frequently broke
the Purple and Gold defense and
threw the backs in their tracks.
The Washington State backflel 1 of
Moran and Gillis assisted by .lenne
before his injury early in the second
half made great gains against ihe
university and were only stopped by
I the stonewall defense the hitter
i team displayed when on their own
For the Purple and ('-old Theison,
Blake, Dailey, and Butler shared the
stellar roles with Smith at end.
Smith won the hearts of th>? uni
versity rooters by his uncanny ability
1 to catch long passes.
The crowd, numbering some 6000,
was the largest that eve,r attended
i an athletic contest on Rogers field.
Besides an immense section of
Crimson and Gray supporters, in
cluding hundreds of homecoming vis
itors, a delegation of 250 university
rooters from Seattle added a spirit
to the game that made the coniest
! Interesting to witness from all stand
The game in detail follows:
Washington State won the toss
, and chose the east goal. Faulk
i kicked .off for the University to
Jen Tie, who returned 12 yards.
Three tries at the line netted six
yards and the ball was passed hack
to Jenne for a punt. The pass was
poor and the ball wet and slippery.
Jenne fumbled and the ball went to
the Purple and Gold on W. S. C.'s
Dailey made four through center,
and Butler made five around right
end. Theisen plunged through for
- four more, giving Washington first
down. Daily lost two around left
end. Dailey, Theisen, and Butler,
| in successive plays, gained ten more
yards. A penalty against Washing
ton State put the ball on the one
yard line. Theisen went through
left tackle for a touchdown. Faulk
kicked goal. Score: Washington 7,
; State College 0.
Faulk kicked 55 yards to Jenne,
who returned It Gillis, on two
plays, made 1' yards. Jenne, Gil-
Its and Moran went through right
i and left tackle for 13 yai is, making
the second Washington State first
down in five minutes. In midfield
Moran fumoled and Washington re
Abel made seven through right
tackle. Washington was penalized
five yards for offside. Theison lost
four, and Butler and Dailey were
thrown back for lasses by Herreld's
spectacular work- A bad pal to
Blake gave Washington State the
bull on the .'..'.-yard line.
Moran and Gillis went through the
right side' of the line for 12 yards—
THE I.I.MAN HERALD
Wash on state first down, with
ball on Hie 25-yard line. Jenne
made one yard through left tackle.
Gillis went through center for I;;
more. Th... quarter ended vith hail
in State College possession on the
>» com! Quarter
Tidball replaced Miller for Wash
ington at left tackle:. I
Jenne, on the first, play made one
yard around left end. An Incom
plete pa--. Jenne to Mora gave
Washington the ball on the five-yard
Blake punted HI >•;...•<..- to .lenne,
who returned two.
Moran made si en and Gillis five
on the next three plays through the
line. Washington State first down.
Jenne made one around left end.
Moran-and Gillis broke through the
tackles for six yards, but failed to
make the necessary yardage.
Washington's ball, Dailey failed
to gain on the first play. Butler
made six through right and left tac
kles. Blake punted 35 yards to Jen
ne, who returned 15.
M .ran plunged through left tackle
for one yard. A pass, Hanley to Mo
ran, was incomplete, Gillis went
through center for four. Washing
ton State offside, penalty five yards.
Moran fumbled, but Jenne recov
ered. Jenne vent through right
tackle for two yards. Moran added
eight around left end. Washington
State first down. Jenne made one
through right, tackle. Gillis, on a
fake pass, gained another yard. A
forward pass, D. Hanley to R. Han
ley. made 20 yards. Gillis made
five through center. A pass by Mo
ran was intercepted by Butler on#the
Dailey went through right tackle
for 10 yards.
Half ended with ball in Washing
ton possession on 12-yard line.
Brooks kicked off 15 yards to
Theison. Theison failed to sain
through right tackle, but a moment
later- made four through right
guard. Blake forced to punt for 40
yards, and Jenne returned 1". yards.
Moran made two through right
guard. Gillis and Moran made 10
yards on the next three plays, giving
Washington State first down. Gillis
went through right tackle for four.
Jenne failed to gain around left end.
■lenne hurt and replaced by Mclvor.
Dunlap recovered Moran fumbfe on
the next attempt to gain: Gillis
made eight 'plunging through left
tackle. Lacking but a few lies.
the ball went to Washington.
Blake punted 40 yards to Moran.
out of bounds.
Moran, on a yriss-cross, netted
two yards, Gillis broke through left
tackle for four. Pass, Mclvor to
Brooks, incomplete. Dunlap punted
55 yards over goal line.
Washington's ball on 20-yard line
Blake punted 4 0 yard* to Moran.
Moran failed to gain through right
tackle. Gillis went through center
for three. Pass, Iclvor to Brooks,
Incomplete. Dunlap kicked 40
yards. Ball touches Abel and R.
Hanley recovers on 20-yard line.
Gillis through center and right
tackle for 11 yards. Washington
State first down — two yards to go.
Gillis failed to gain through left
tackle, but on the next play went
over for a touchdown. Han lev
kicked goal. Score: Washington
State 7, University of Washington 7.
Brooks kicked 10 yards to Dailey,
who returned 18. Theisen made one
and Butler made 10 through center.
Washington first down. Theisen
went through left tackle for three.
A pass, Abel to Smith, netted 25
yards. Quarter ended with ball In
Washington's possession. t
Score: Washington State 7, Uni
versity oi Washington 7.
Miller replaced Tedball at left
tackle. Washington ball on 40-yard
line. Pass, Abell to Smith, netted
14 yards. Abel went around right
end for three and Butler through
left tackle for 10. Butler added four
more through left tackle again.
Drily made a yard through right tac
kle. State College penalized five
yards for offside. Butler went
through left tackle for a touchdown.
Faulk missed the goal. Score: Wash
ington State 7, University Of Wash
Faulk kicked 50 yards to Mclvor,
who returned 16 yards. Pans. Han
ley to Hanley, incomplete. Gillis
went through right tackle tor two
yards. Pass, dor an to iley, in
complete. Dunlap punted 35 yards
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