R. Moen - Neither Side Scores in Football Game

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R. Moen - Neither Side Scores in Football Game - I NOTHING TO NOTHING Append Qwr- Cadman, lor of...
I NOTHING TO NOTHING Append Qwr- Cadman, lor of L. F. Parkhill went he there Ogema, marriage are city. Sam G. in years moved a from and W. Neither Me Sam la Fttt Ball Gam B* tweet Hlfi SdMtl u4 Hem), Satiriay Atom*. trom aa south and The High school and Normal team* played an exciting 0 to 0 game of foot ball »t the fair ground* Saturday afternoon. afternoon. A spirit of intense rivalry was apparent all through the content, the playing, however, being clean on both sides. The Normals kicked off after the goals had been chosen, and for the first half the High school, by hard ph'yinRr, had somewhat the advantage of their opponents. The half ended with the ball in the Normal's territory. In the second half the Normal's superior superior endurance told, and the Highs were played to a standstill, only the inexperience of the purple and gold players preventing a touchdown. Several of the Normal men had never played foot ball before, and one had never even seen a game, while the High school team was for the most part made up of old players. The line-up: High School-- Normal-Holum Normal-Holum le Collins R. Moen It Halverson Carpenter Ig Baity Dobeck c Kumm Boyanowski rg..Hanson-A. Olson Weltman rt.Billings-R. Olson Grant-Coye re Birdsall Love qb.Geraldson-McDill Ondracek rh Odin Pierce Ih T. Olson Dumas fb Leo Pierce Umpires--Murat and Bischoff. Linemen--Cashin and Everson. Timekeepers--Bigelow and Curran. NOTES. A few forward passes were tried by both sides with no succses, so end runs and line plunges were the order of the day. Pierce and Ondracek featured in ground gaining end runs, while Dumas, playing a whirlwind game at full, made several successful line plunges. Capt. Love, at quarter, played a strong, heady game, managed his team well and showed superior judgment in his selection of plays. Collins had a decided shade on Dumas in punting, several of his kicks going forty yards or more. Birdsall starred at right end. Grant of the High and Geraldson of the Normal were laid out with turned livers and ankles, respectively, Coye and McDill taking their places. U|h Sdml Mttai. And MUM NormalitM f till want talk football! Mien Minota Gadbols, of St. Paul, was a High school viuitor last week. The football team is hard at work preparing lor their nt-xt game at Waupaca. Saturday. No domestic science, claaeea have been held this week on account of absence of Miss Congdon. Myron Grant is absent from school on account of injuries received while playing foot ball last Saturday. The proceeds of the game between the Normal and High school, last Saturday, amounted to about $64, each school receiving one-half. Preparations are being made for fair and supper, which will "take place- on Friday, October 8th. Committees on entertainment, supplies, etc., have been appointed and are now at work. The T IVners have organized and following officers have been elected: Pres.. Kusriell Moen; vice pres., Guy Love; sec.. Clarence Coye; treas., Lawrence Pierce; serg. at arms, Dumas. A very interesting game of foot between the Normal and High school was witnessed by a large crowd of students of both institutions, at the fair grounds, last Saturday afternoon. The score was 0 to 0. Tickets are out for the annual fair and supper to be held at the High school Oct. 8th. The main and side attractions are bpins* worked up by students, assisted by members of the faculty, and n i l u h o come can assured of getting their money's worth. 4»» _ , New Bank at Juiction City. The Junction State bank will open Junction City next Friday morning Oct. 1st, in the Pendlewski brick building diagonally across the street from Jacob Skibba's general store. John Slota, a former employe in a State bank at Stanley, will be cashier. He is a bright, active young man will undoubtedly work up a good business. business. Mr. Slota speaks the Polish language, which will be a decided advantage advantage in his dealings with residents in that section. Cyclones Note the press reports of violent

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  1. The Gazette,
  2. 29 Sep 1909, Wed,
  3. Page 4

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