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Montana Standard Oct 6 1935
WINNERS SCORE IN FIRST FOUR MINUTES OF PL AY University of Montana Grizzlies, present- ng more versatile strength and polish, con- iinued their run of victories over old Bobcat rivals with a great 20-0 victory here Saturday afternoon. A crowd of more than 5,000 enjoyed the colorful spectacle that included concerts by the bands from the two schools, field maneuvers by the musicians, and the usual pre-game fireworks. It was a fast game, fought cleanly even though bitterly. Bobcats gave up nothing without a struggle, but the Grizzlies had enough superior strength to push over a touchdown in each of the first three quarters and missed one in the final period only because or a penalty that presented a first down on the Aggies' one-foot line. The officiating was fast and seemed to please all concerned. Grizzlies IcfL no cloubl ns to* — IP firm! outcome when they pIsUil. •'• 00 ° 1 'bands put on a .sustained march of 55 yards for their first, touchdown before the game was four minutes old. They kicked off, Bobcats punting rtRhl back to the Grizzly 45-yard line and from there the university boys went to town. Popovlcli and Elastic had major gains of 10 yards each and it required Just 11 plays to negotiate the 55 yards to pay dirt. Elastic went over guards (CtmllmiPfl on Pii'fc IS. Cnl. !.) FOOTBALL RESULTS MiintmiR U. 21), Montuna Blair «. Hick* of nexliurt. Idaho 15, Interinoun* initi Dillon 7. lit aim (I. f ion tarn 7. U. C. I.. A. -'It, Orrton Matf 7. lln r ». 0 Hrobry '!«. Crnnby, N. O. rt. Wllmnx K. Terry n. Sldnry :'.\, Clrclf 0. Utah «. Ornnn «- Wllltitnftln 0. Wnahlniclon Stale 33. Sniilhrrn lUclhuillnl unlTerolly H. Tul«* iilvfrMlty 0. SnnlhMr.ilrrn A. iMInhlinlnpl .13. H(. rifrinlJcit n, KatiNiifi «. ninnmoiith ». l.awrrnrP \'A. (iknilalr «;allf.) Junior cwllcrr Iff. Weii- mftii.itrr rollrrr 0. Munsnrld IJ, Cortlmiil 0,