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Fumbles and Adverse Rulings
by Officials Costly to the
The second game of the season
played between Ogden high school and
the All Hallows college was won by
the Ogden team yesterday on Cummings
field by a score or 16 to 6 Ogden did
all her scoring In the first halt In
the second haU while they succeeded
In getting the ball un Alt Hallow
threeyard line twice the visitors were
unable to push It over All Hallows
made her onlY score after five minutes
of play In tho second halt
From a spectators standpoint
game was one or the most Interesting
of the Igh school series Throughout
the entire game fumbles and kicking
were plnUful During the ten min
utes or the first halt the All Hall ws
team played the vIsitors off their fee
Twice durIng thIs time they succeeded
In runnIng the ball to Ogdens ten
yard line and ther the pigskin was
recovered by the Ogden boys and was
kicked out of danger
Ogden made her first score from a
umble by All Hallows The ball was
recovered by Ogden and kicked John
son of the Ogden team grabbed the
pigskIn on the twontyyard lIne and
carried It over for the first touch
down Johnson missed goal Score 6
to O
Old holms Long Run
The touchdown by Ogden was quickly
followed by another All Hallos
kicked to Ogden and then secured It
on downs and rushed It to Ogdens
tenyard line Here It was fumbled
and recovered by Oldholm of the Og
den team who ran the entIre length
of the field for a touchdown Johnson
missed goal Score 10 to O
The thIrd and last touchdown of the
halt was made by Evans of the Ogden
team All Hallows kicked to Johnson
Who advanced the ball fOryfie yards
through a broken field Ogden turn
tied and recovered ort the next down
After two line bucks Moran gave Old
holm a short kick He advanced the
ball to All Hallows oneyard line and
on the next down Evans carried the
ball over for the Iaftt touchdown tOr
Ogden Johnson kicked goal Score
16 to O ThE half ended with the ball
In the possession ot the All Hallows
team on Ogdens twentyard
In the second half the All IIallows
team came back to wIn They play d
the vIsiting team completely off their
feeL Their open plays completely baf
fled the visitors and In less than fIve
minutes of play on a blocked kick from
Ogden Grouch secured the ball and
ran twentyfIve yards for All Hallows
only touchdown Stephens kicked goal
Score If > to 6
For the remainder of the game All
Hallows luck again went against her
or she might have come out victorIous
Ogden kicked to All Hallows The ball
was lost to Ogden Ogden kicked and
Boyle grabbed the oval and ran sixty
uds to a touchdown While advanc
big the ball one or the All Hallows
inca fouled an Ogden man and the
touchdown was not allowed Ogden
secured the ball and after advancing
the ball to All Hallows threeyard lIne
lost It on downs All Hallows kicked
out of danger The ball was recovered
by FitzmaurIce of the All Hallows
team who ran the length of the field
feI a touchdown The points were
again taken away from the college
boys on the ground that the ball was
not first allowed to strIke the ground
With a serIes of open plays the All
Hallows team agaIn advanced the ball
to Ogdens twentyfIveJrard line where
Stephens placed a beautiful drop
squarely between the uprIghts Score
16 to 9
For the remainder of the half honors
were about equally divided Both
teams adanced the ball well on open
plays All Hollows had somewhat the
better of the argument on zinc plays
but the fumblIng lost them the game
The last minute of play Ogden kicked
the ball to lIc asters who tumbled It
on their own tenyard line With only
ten seconds left to play Ogden was
unable to push the ball over and the
half ended with the ball In possession
of Ogden on the All Hallows theyard
Ogden All Hallows
Sample I T Boyle
I GCricker
Smith c J Boyle
Blsh R G Blnke
Checketts R T Crouch
Oldham It EFritzmaurice
Moran Q BMcMasters
Evans R II BItilgard
II BStevens
Moyer F BJohnson
Umpire D Oglesby Bassett field
judge Benere Grant referee Wire
head linesman time of halves 35 min
utes touchdownsFor Ogden Johnson
I Evans 2 TouchdownsFor All Hal
lows Crouch 1 Drop kickSteens
4S Lincoln Neb Nov 6One minute of
brilliant play consumed by Tommy
Johnson Kansas quarterback In a 66
yard dash for a touchdown won tho
game for Kansas In the contest with
Nebraska university today Pleasant
kicked goal and th scorIng was over I
Kansas 6 Nebraska O
Aside from this O11e play the game
was an evenly balanced match Both
lines were invulnerable most of the
time both team carrying the ball
about an equallY short dJstance Kan
sas outpunted Nebraska but did not
fare 3B well with onside kicks Two
forwcrd paBses were worked success
fully for Nebraska but gaIned little
Nebraska opened the second half
with great gains going a third of the
llstance a ross the field 011 line plays
Kansas In turn got the ball but was
held An exchange ot punts followed
With one end extended Kansas faked
an onside kick Johnson taking the
ball and starting down the field After
half the Nebraka team had attempted
tackles he broke down the side line
for a run of 65 yards for a touchdown
Final scoreIansas G Nebraska O
Champaign Ill Nov 6The Uni
versity of Illinois dofeated Indiana uni
versIty 6 to 5 In an exciting battle to
day Illinois se red In the second half
7 and kicked goal Then the Hoosiers
retaliated but Gill made a lamentable
fizzle of the try for goal and vIctory
Was assured IllinoIs
Indiana was unable to execute the
I forward pass because of the matchless
J playing by Illinois ends Illinois de
veloped an aptitude tOT the play that
4 gained many yards Sellers kicking
4 i was a powerful factor In the rout of
r the vIsItors
Boys in Blue Play a Strong
Game and the Score
Is Low
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Logan Nov 61 a clean fast game
played before a lare and enthusiastic
crowd ot rooters the Agricultural college
today won from the Fort Douglas soldiers
or Salt Lake by the score of 12 to O The
Aggies outplayed the Soldiers although
every Inch of ground was hard fought
The first halt ended with no scoring
for either side Twice the local eleven
worked the ban to the Soldiers five
yard line but there a stubborn defense
was met which staved off the attack
the Soldier ends playing a particularly
strong game
With the start of the second halt line
plunges and end runs by Batt and Han
cock of the Aggles carried the ball to
the visitors twelveyard line Here the
Soldiers were penalized for offside play
and on the next signal Batt carried the
ban over and followed by kicking goal
A few minutes after the first score a
beautiful forward pass Egbert to Jones
netted a fort yard run which landed
Jones behind the Soldier line for the
second touchdown Batt again kIcked
For the Aggies Egbert at quarter and
Batt and Hancock played great ban For
the visitors Lieutenant Garey was a
tower of strength on defense and he
handled hIs team In good shape Cere
ghino the little halt ot the Soldiers did
Fome remarkable work In advancing the
ban and he was responsible for most ot
the gains McDonald at center for the
vIsitors also starred
With the visitors from Salt Lake were
Coach Iaddock and Captain Oleson of
the University of Utah eleven Coach
Maddock said that the Aggies played a
I greatly Improved game over that when
defeated by the U earlier In the season
The Soldiers were greatly disappoint
ed at the outcome as they expected by
winning to get another chance at the
The Lineup
Logan SoldIers
E Johnson
T Chenoworth
1 > G Stalnbeck
IcCoombs C McDonald
G Pingie
Brossard T Iaullef
E Dixon
B Garey
H IIuddieson
Batt F B Iulcahay
H Cereghino
Referee Langton umpire Marshall
field judge Coburn head linesman Sto
ney time of halves 30 and 25 minutes
Marshall Field Nov 6The Univer
sity of Chicago football team over
whelmed their oldtime rivals from
Northwestern by the score of 34 to 0
today At no time did Northwestern
have a favorable opportunity to score
The speedy and varied attack of Chi
cago proved too much for their op
ponents and the Chicago backs were
far superIor to the back field of the
Xorthwestern team
Chicago scored Its first touchdOWn
after about ten minutes of play and
after that It was only a question of
how large the score would be Chicago
scored 17 points In the first half and
after gatherIng 17 more In the second
halt began to play a defensive game
Captain Coy and Philbin Play Bril
liant GameJ3rown on the
New Haven Conn Nov GYale de
feated th Brown eleven this afternoon
23 to O Only one touchdown was made
In the first halt Last year the teams
played a tie gam 10 to 10
The fIrst half was a punting contest
between McKay and Coy In which the
Brown man outklcked the Yale fullback
by fifteen yards Captain Coy played
throughout the game fIrst at halfback
and then at fullback
Logan who replaced Vaughan at rIght
I end In the second half was Injured and
had to be carrIed from the field Naedele
takIng his place Yales score In the first
half was made by Savage after a series
of lIre plunges Hobbs kicked goal
In the beginning of the second haIr 11
4Sard run by Coy followed by a num
ber of line plunges carried him over the
Brown goal line Hobbs again kicked
goal Philbin went In at halfback and a
succession of short gains by him and by
Coy were responsible for the third touch
down Hobbs failed to kick goal
The final score was made after a 55yard
dash by Philbin who went through a bro
ken field In one of the greatest runs ever
seEn at Yale Hobbs kicked goal
The lineup
Yale Brown
Kilpatrick and
Brooks L EGorman
Hobbs L T Kratz
Andrus L G Alyer
Cooney C Slsson
Goebel R Gwolcott
Lilley R T Racquet
I Vaughan Logan
and Nacdle R E Regnler
Howe Corey Sprackllng I
and Johnson Q Band Crowther
COy Philbin Young and
Taylor L H Hllls
Frauds and
Robinson R HMcKay
Savage and High Altdoeffer
Coy F B and Adams
SoreYale 23 Bron O rouchdowns
COY 2 Savage Philbin 3oal front
touchdownHobbs 3 RefereeM J
Thompson Ge3rirstowfl UmpireVail
PennsylvanIa Field judgeEvans Wil
liams head smnnBurlelgh Harvard
Time of halves25 and 2Q minutes
The Stars yesterday afternoon won
from the West Side eleven on the Sev
enth South grounds by a score of
43 to O Lineup
Stars West Side
Stillwell 1E Murphy
MaCallop LT Driscoll
Simms LGKelloggDixon
Casey C Talbot
Levier nG Jorgensen
Carroll RT GibsonCora
Olsen RE Rodgers
Harris Q B Phillips
ROn1ney LH B lIcEwan
BrInkley RHB Nolan
Fuccy FB Fowler
Columbus 0 Nov 6Case School
of Applied SClenC of Clcyelllnd Ohio
today put themselves In lIne for the
football championship of Ohio by de
i feating the Ohio State university 11
I to 3
PhiladelphIa Nov 6The Pilgrim
soccer football team of England In the
final game defeated the team composed
of the best soccr players In Philadel
phia today 9 to 0
All Hallows Eleven of Plucky Players I i
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The lineup and Coach Harmon I
From left to right In the line Fits
maurice Burke Crouch J Boyle Krlck
er N Boyle McKay Standing Coach
Harmon IcMasters captain Hllgard
Johnson Stephens
Considering the scant material Each Ylar
seen at the college to build a learn from
the showing made by the Catholic Insti
tution Is remarkable and the fIghting
spIrit or the eleven Is alway feared It
Is also true that All Hallows luck Is none
Of the best
Salt Lake High school 23 Granite 6
Ogden High school 16 All Hallows 9
At LoganAgricultural college 12 Fort
Douglas O
At DenverDenver university 26 Colo
rado School of lInes O
At AnnapolisNavy 0 Washington and
Jefferson O
At PhlladelphlaLafasette 6 pennsyl
vama 6
At New HavenYale 23 Brown O
At CambridgeHarvard 18 Cornell O
At Ann ArborMichigan 3 Notre
Dame 11
At PrincetonPrinceton Ii Dart
mouth 6
At ChicagoChicago 3t Northwest
ern O
At New HavenYale freshmen 6
Princeton freshmen O
At ChampaignIllinOiS 6 Indiana 5
At Des IolnesDrake 17 Iowa 14
At LincolnKansas 6 Nebraska O
At PhiladelphiaPennsylvania State col
lege 33 Bucknell college O
At GlevelandOberUn 20 Western Re
serve 0
At LafayetteVabash 18 Purdue 17
At ColumbusCase 11 Ohio State unl
varsity 3
At ashlngtonCarilsle 9 George
Washington 5
At PlttsburgCarnegle Technical 11
Franklin and Marshall 5
At Morgantown W VaUniversity of
Plttsburg 0 West Virginia university O
At IanhattanKansas Agricultural col
lgo 58 Crpighton university 3
At NashvilleVanderbilt 23 Tennes
see O
At Swarthmore PaVIlla Nova 19
Swarthmore O
At Ei PasoNew Mexico Agricultural
college 0 Arizona university 6
At 8t LouisSt Louis university 23
Miami college O
At New OrleansTulane 6 University
of Cincinnati 0
At Lansing MiehMichigan Agricul
tural college 51 Depaul O
At Lewiston MeBowdoln 6i Bates O
At Orono IeColby 17 Maine G
At AmherstVermont 5 Amherst O
At New YorkNew York university 11
Rutgers O
At MIddletownWesleyan 6 Williams
7At HartfordTrlnlty 6I Stores Agricul
tural school C
At racuseSyracuse 7 Tufts O
At SchenectadyUnion 18 MlddlebuI
6 At Ames IaAmes 18 Cornell 6
At GalesburgKnox 17 Beloit 19
At Havcrford PaUhlgh IS Haver
ford O
At BerkeleyUnlverzlty of California
19 University of Nevada 8
At Colorado SprlngsCoiorado college
31 State Agricultural O
At BoulderCnlverslty of Colorado 53
Lniverslty of New Mexico O
At SeattleWashington 17 Whitman O
At Eugene Ore o1gon university 3
Multnomah Agrultural college 0
Two Drop Kicks Save the Day for
Princeton Against the Husky
Dartmouth Team
Princeton N J Nov 6A character
Istic weakness ot the Princeton team this
season inability to hold together In the
line on kick formations prevented Prince
ton from winning from Dartmouth today
and after a spectacular game the whistle
blew at sundown with the score Ii to 6
Cunningham of Princeton and Bankart
of Dartmouth mixed It up and the former
was sent from the field in the middle of
the second halt for alleged rough play
The only change In the Princeton lineup
was the placing of McCarrick at right
guard In place or Buckingham because
of the formers ability to punt
Dartmouth won the toss and chose to
receive the kickoff
A forward pass from Cunningham to
Ballard gave Princeton the ball on the
2Gard line A mJment later Cunning
ham kicked a fIeld goal from the 35yard
line Princeton 3 Dartmouth O
After the kickoff the teams Indulged In
a kicking duel Then Read made a for
ward pass to Welch who tumbled the
ball but Princeton recovered It Read
and Cpnlngham made a first down and
then balng unable to gain Cunningham
dropped back to the 2Oyard line for a
kick He sent the ball squarely between
the posts again Princeton 6 Dart
mouth O
Time was called for the first half with
the ball on Dartmouths 23yard line
Princeton 6 Dartmouth O
Dartmouth rushed the ball the length of
the field and scored a touchdown aDd
kicked goal ScorePrinceton G Dart
mouth 6
Princeton fumbl frequently McCo
mick punted to Ryan on Dartmouths 35
yard line and Dartmouth lost the ball on
a fumble on her 3Oyard line As there
was little time Bard was sent In for
Sparks to try a field goal from the 45yard
line but he failed Time was called as
Bards kick failed
Final scorePrinceton 6 Dartmouth G
The Lineup
Princeton Dartmouth
Baum L E Daley
Slegling L r Sherwln
Wailer L G Tobln
Harman cNeedham
Bucklnlham R CFarnurri
MacGregor R T Lang
Welch R EBankert
Bergen Q B Brady
Cunningham L HIngersoll
Reid R H Rya1
Hart P B Inrkr
Chicago Nov GRegarding the re
ported plan of the Chicago National
league management to turn John Kling
over to the Brooklyn club B B John
son of the national commission said
yesterday that In the event Kling was
traded the club securing his services
Would be unable to play the star
catcher durIng a period of four years
I dont see how Kling can be turned
over to another club said 1Ir John
son Heres a player who violated
the terms of his contract by failing to
report to the club during an entire
season Toward the latter days of the
season ho played here with a semi
professional team against the Logan
Squares From the time he refused
to report he laid himself liable to pun
Ishment The commission has dis
cussed Klings status Informally and
the rule made last spring will stand
He cannot play under the laws of the
6t Louis Nov GAlthough fairly out
playing the University of Missouri eleven
for the gretter part of todays game
Washington university Was defeated 0
to 6
The lone scoro carne In the first halt
after a tumble had given the visiting
team the ball within strIking dIstance
Poor handling of the ball was In evi
dence throughout with Washington the
chief offender
Berkeley Cal Now r 61he University
of California defeated the University of
Nevada today In one of the most excit
ing Rugby games played on California
fields this season by the score of 26 to 8
A protest on the part of Nevada may lead
to the changing of this score to 19 to 8
as Nevada under a mlsccnceptlon of the
rules ceased playing when the pistol was
fIred and permitted California to make
the final try without opposition
The first score was made by California
after a long passing rush Nevada
rushed the Calltornla players off theIr
feet at the beginning ot the second half
and the local collegians were outplayed
at times It looked as If the visitors would
win but California Inaugurated several
pressing rushes near the end of the game
that turned the tide of victory In their
Cleveland Nov GODerliu college today
defeated Western Reserve mlersit
to O thereby making a formidable bId for
the state championship Oberlin made
her first touchdown In seven minutes but
failed on goaL A JemmUonal 65yard run
by Gray followed Almost at the begin
ning of the second laIr Gray worked a
forward pass for 45 yards and followed It
by a drop kick for goal from Reserves
2Qyard line
Philadelphia Nov 6Only the substitu
tion of five new men late In thc second
half saved the University oC Pennsylva
nia football team from a defeat at the
hands of Lataptte this afternoon As It
was the game resulted In a tie at 6 to 6
Neither team could score In the first halt
but in the second period each sIde made
a touchdown and kicked a goal
Los Angeles Cal Nov G8corn
I Philadelphia Americans I 6 0
Los AlgeJes 0 4 4
BatterlcsBeI1l1 and Thomas Tozier
and Easterly
Granite Blocking Romneys Drop Kick
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Exciting moment in great High school game yesterday
Fighting Catholics of Notre
Dame Outplay Yosts
Ann Arbor lIch Nov 6Outplaylng
them at every department of the game
Notre Dame defeated Michigan this after
noon U to 3 Indiana scored two W811
earned touchdowns against Michigan
while one place kick by Captain Allerdyce
was JlIchlgans only score
Notre Dame halfbacks showed some of
the most brilliant running that has ever
been seen on Perry field Repeatedly Mit
leI broke through the Michigan team fur
runs of 10 to 30 yards breaking away from
Michigan tacklers by his wonderful dodg
Ing and twisting Ryan who scored No
tre Dames last touchdown also ran and
dodged wonderfully well
Notre Dames first score was the result
of a series of forward passes and onside
kicks varied by plays through Mlchlgans
left tackle Miller scored the touchdown
The second score of the Indiana team
amo five minutes before the call of time
In the second half
Ulchlgans only opportunity to secure
a touchdown was lost when with the ball
on Notre Dames 15ard line a place
kick was attempted Notre Dame broke
through the Michigan line and blocked the
ball which rolled 30 yards and was re
covered by Lynch
While Captain Alierdce outpunted
Vaughan ragged work by Michigan ends
nullified his gains Notre Dame runners
were seldom downed In their tracks Bor
leske who started at left end for Mich
Igan received a broken collarbone In the
first half
Crimson Eleven Outplays Cornell at
All Stages and Is Never in
CambrIdge Mass Nov 6It was
Harvards plunging and help the run
ner attack and her stone wall defense
that defeated Cornell IS to u In tnb
first football game between the two
universities In twelve years today One
touchdown was made in the first half
after eighteen minutes of play and two
second with
more were added In the
goals from all three
There were fifteen distinct crimson
marches toward the Cornell goal In
the ninety scrimmages In which Har
vard had the ball 455 yards were cov
tredThe first touchdown was the result
of nine rushes from the center of the
field with Minot carrying the ball In
the second half Frothingham circled the
Cornell right for fifteen yards and then
was hauled along with his jersey over
his head ten yards farther The last
touchdown was the culmInation of an
other march from the center of the
field with a forward pass
Cornell players were always on the
defensive but showed some rice toot
ball and uncovered one of the most In i
tricate spectacular and well executed
rorwrd passes that has been seen on
Soldiers field since this play was In
troduced Into the game The play net
ted Cornell a clean twentyfive yards
while the Harvard players stood like
statues waiting for some opponent to I
start runninG
Lineup and summary
Harvard Cornell
HoustonRogersL EHurlburtMc
HooperI With
IngtonBushL T StudeORouke
I L Wlthlngton
BlodgettForsterL G Dohan
P WlthingtonC Seagrave
FisherStowe R GOConnor
EishFisherR T Weekes
I D SmithIt E Crosby
glesworthQ BBakerOwens
LeslleIorrlsonL HHoffman
P E D SmlthFr
InghamPlerceR HTydenltn
dinotLongF B SlmsonGrass
Harvard 18 Cornell O Touchdowns
Minot FrothinGham Rogers Goals
from touchdownPo UhIngton 3
RefereeW S Langford Trinity Um
plreE K Hall Dartsmouth Filed
judgeH H Hackett West Point
Head lIncsmanV C Britt PrInceton
TImc30 minute halves
The TayJorsvllIe eleven made Its debut
on the gridiron Friday and succeeded In
breaking even with the Jordan High
school the game ending 11 to 11 The
game was played on the Talorsvllle
grounds before a bIg crowd and the foot
ball was fast One of the features of
the game was a Wyard run for a touch
down by E Bennion of Talorsvllle
The lineup
Jordan Taylorsville
Fitzgerald R Lindsay
Peterson R T Harker
Thompson R G Spencer
Brochmlre L G Mathews
B WalkerL T Williams
Ballard 1 Bennion
Brad Q Pixton
Isenlcht and
Gardner F Lindsay
Smith R H 13Machay
Van L H Bennion
Des Moines Iowa Nov 6brake
playing most magnificent football
feated IoVa university this afternoon
and wrested from It all claim to the
state championship by a score of 17 to
start to
14 The game was fast from
Lafayette Ind Nov GWabash de
feated Purdue today IS to 17 In the fIrst
half Wabash outplayed Purdue Three
spectacular runs were made two by Star
buck md one by Hopkins In one in
stance StarlJck augiit u forward pass
and ran S5 yards for a touchdown Soon
after he made a dash around end and
ran 70 yards for a score
Hopkins blocked an onside kick and
picking up the ball ran 00 yards for a
touchdown I
Annapolis Nov GNavy and Washing
ton and Jefferson this afternoon played
each other to a scoreless standstill when
during fifty mInutes of actual play
nlther std could cross the others goal
line Navy twice got within striking dis
mace and Dalton failed each time to kick
a field goal
Stanford University CaL Nov GThe
Stanford varsity football team defeated
the Vancouver rugby team here today 19
to 3
Seattle Wash Nov 6In the first foot
ball game of the season on the local field
the University of Washington defeated
Whitman 17 t8 0 today
Interscholastic High School
Championship Practically
Won for Red and Black
+ + t t + t t t t t t + + + + t + + H tt + t 4 +
+ I have no hard luck stories to telL +
i Our boys were outplay and beaten +
+ fairly by the Red and Black war +
4 1101 It should be noticed however +
+ that most of te HIgh schofs sores +
+ came after Ahton our biggest +
+ groundgainer and strongest defense f
to leave the field
+ man was obliged +
+ owing to InJure +
+ I have seen many gme of toot +
+ bell In my life but non which fur +
+ nlshe quite as much excitement as +
+ I our battle with th Granite High +
+ cncol yesterday There Is no set +
+ ting around the fact that Coach +
+ Moss lads are fighters and they de +
t sere the touchdown whlel thy +
4 made in tM first three minutes of +
+ play I will say however that only +
+ during that time did the Granite +
+ tem show itself to b on an equal +
+ with the High school +
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Salt Lake High school by defeating
Granite yesterday afternoon on the Gran
le field by a score of 2 to I practIcally
inched the interscholastic high shol
championship of Utah for 10 Sal Lake
eare the victor on merit
A large crowd of excited rooters was
present and constant cheering took plac
from the moment the two teams entered
upon the field
The game was spectacular with wide
spreads on side kicks forward passes
and straIght oldfashione Line plunges
presentmg plenty of acton During the
fst few moments of play th Granie
lads outplayed the High school securing
a touchdown In three minutes ot play
After that however the Red and Hlack
eleven played superior bal On thre
separate occasions during the first hal
they rushed the pigskin to within stik
lug distance of their opponents goal line
only to met with a stubborn defenst
preventing the sore and allowing theIr
opponents to kIck out of danger Durug
the entire game Granite called repeated
ly for time out and was th worse tor
Granite Kicks Off
Granite won the toss and kicked t
Vorthman who advanced th bail to tl
Red and Back 3yard line Goospent
hit th lm for two yards and 01e8ul
for 1 orthman tried to circle the enl
but was thrown back for a loss Th
HIgh school then lot the bait on a fum
ble but recovered for I loss ot five yank
and punted Southerand was downed u
his track The Granite boys lined up
fast and Ashton ploughed through th
line for twenty yards A short forward
pass put the ball on the High school 1
yard line where LeGrn widely circed
the right end for a touchdown Ahton
kicked gal Score 6 to 0 In favor of
Granite The score however came to t
Red and Black warriors as a signal t
play the game and from that time oI
they played superior bali making the
yards on nearly ever occasion
The High school kicked to Ashton who
advance the ball 1 yards and on the
next down four more Ashton ten punt
ed to Romney who brought bal back
e the center of the field Goospd as
sent through the line for five yards anJ
Vorthman and Galacher In turn arunj
the ends for large gins Romney plOUKt
through the ranks for sven yards fld
Vorthman circled the end placing the
I pigskin on Granites threyard lire
I seemed that the High school would
score but three times back field hurled
its weight against Granite only to mCtt
a stone wail defense Asht punted tl
Fitzpatrick who returned the ball to th
3yard line MIr for Granite called
for time and during the rest Vlmmr
of the High school replaced WJkensen
Rome tried for a drop kick but miss
UGran snatching the pigskin avanl
fag I 2 yards
Granite spread and executed a cfr
forward pas followed by another shot
one a moment later She was then held
for downs
High School Scores
On tile first down Galache circled t
end tle 45 yards Miller of Granite aea
called for time Fitzpatrick recovered
fumble and then on one of the prettlesc
forward passes of the day Galah
crossed the line for the High schools frs
touchdown Romne failed to kick th
goal and the score stood 6 t 6 In favur
of Granite
In a series of bucks by Romney GOOd
soed and Oleon the Hlgl school agaIn I
advanced the ball t Grltes tIveyal j
line but were unable to push It ov
Granite kicked to Vorhman who slg
naled for a fall catch Romney kick J
the gal making the score 8 to 6 In f
vo of tie High school During the 1
malnder or the half honors were abe t
equal the whistle blowing when the pit
skin w In possession ot Granite tm ht r
own 45yard line
Second Half
In the next halt McIntyre repiat eo
Brwn at center and Wheeling took 01
sons position at right halfback Wh
Ing kicked to LeOran who advane l
the bal r yards A punt placed the ilg
skin In the center of the field and ta
High school again tore up the field f r
large gaIns On the 30yard lie Rom
nay stepped back and drpped the pig
skin over the bar Score 11 to 6
On the net down Ahtn who baA
played the star gm for Granite 1
celved a wrenched ankle and was oblg 1
to leave the game Hinte replacing bill
A few moments later Wilson Was remo t d
owing to an injure collar bone ron
VIII for the High school replaced Cool
speed and Godbe relieved Vorthman dt
left end The Red and Black succedo i
In making two more touchdowns during
the remainder of the haIr and n
and Wheeling each kIcked a goal Th
final score was 2 to I In favor of tu
Salt Lake High school
Wheeling for the Red and Blat
played a strong game In th second halP
being responsible for one or the tou
downs respnsible about onoblf of th
ground gained Ashton for Granite wai
the bet all around man of th day L
Groan played a hard game only tWice
failing to make his downs
The Lineup
SLHS Granite
Galacher R B Miller
Yates R T Haptv
Wallace RG Prn
Brown McIntyre C whl
Wlkensen and
lnmer L G Chambh
Kirby L T Moran
Worthman and
Godb L EReee ann
Fitzpatrick Q B Sotherlal <
Goo sped and
Convll L l B LGre
Wheeling and
OlesO B H BHamIr In
Romne FBHPtZC Asht
Refereelngeh UmlrLoel Fp
JudgeHedges Head InesmanArw
strong Time of ha ves and 2 Tr
outFor Granite 7 minute for HH
school I minute TouchdQWFor Ira
ito LeGroan goal Asbtan for Hi
schoOl Romney 2 Gnllahar 1 Field gP
Ronmey and Wheeling Place kak
Romney Drop klckRaney Final
score 23 to 6 In favor oS L IL S
scor 2
Washington Nov SB the campara
tvely close score of 9 to 5 Crlsle det t
ed George Washington uherslt here to
day ThB bIg event Qt the Indian gam
was the forty yards made by Hour tun
back trough his successive line play an

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