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blocked one of their own punts, l ink recovered the ball and ran tbirtv-livc yards for a touchdown. On the next kick-off the Wildcats formed an accurate interference and opened a hole through right of the Teachers defense, allowing the runner to complete a touchdown after a sixty-live yard run. In the second quarter Coach Bute withdrew several regulars in order to give the substitutes an opportunity to play. They very ahlv built up the score to . toO by the end of the half.
During the third quarter another touchdown was added to the list. One by one Coach Bute withdrew the regulars from the fray. By the time the third quarter started our team was composed mostly of substitutes. These untried gridders well displayed their ability by building up the score to 54 to 0 before the game ended.
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For a few moments their team rallied and again the Wildcats were forced to give ground. In their final efforts to score the Beds attempeted an end run. One of our players broke through their line and tackled their runner for a heavy loss. The game ended 0 to 0.
Saturday forenoon. November 6, our team motored to Morris. Minnesota, where it played the Morris Aggies. This game afforded the team a chance to show what it could do with a squad somewhat its own si .e. Immediately after the kick-off the Wildcats scored. During the rest of the first half very good playing on both sides was witnessed. It was a severely cold day and quite a strong wind was blowing. The ground was frozen. All these factors made it very disagreeable for the gridders on both sides, and none of them seemed to enter into the football spirit. A the latter part of the second quarter our team began to get down to business and it added a second touchdown a few minutes before the half ended.
I'he second half assumed a different aspect. Our players disregarded the unfavorable conditions under which they were playing and began a heavy drive as soon as the half started. Yard after yard the Morris Aggies gave ground until finally their retreat ended by our team making a touchdown. 'Flic aerial route proved very effective for the Wildcats. In several cases it took hut a couple of passes to add another touchdown to the list. The rapid advance of the team afforded Coach Bute a chance to put in his untried subs, which he did. File substitutes displayed well their ability by continuing to pile up touchdowns until the game ended. The final score was 61 to 0.
Due to the bad roads the Ellcndalc team failed to arrive in time to play Armistice dav. The game was then postponed until 2:30 the following afternoon. 'Flic next day was very warm and at noontime all the remaining snow on the football field bail been melted, thus leaving a field covered with water and mud three to four inches deep.
A coin was tossed to decide which team would kick off. Captain Kalil won the toss and chose to receive. On the kick-off our team returned the ball to midfield. After several uncompleted passes the W ildcats punted the ball to the Teachers’ twenty-yard line. As the Kllendale squad punted on the first down our team dropped back, formed a good interference and returned the ball to the seventeen-yard line. File next play marked a touchdown for the Scientists. A little later in the game an Kllendale player
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7rT I', cannot be too warm in our gratcuful appreciation t the services rendered by Coach Bute as director of athletices. I !c came here two years ago with the reputation of being one of the best all-round athletes produced by the North Dakota Agricultural College, and his record as coach has been laudable proof of the justice of that reputation.
There arc two kinds of coaches: those who employ
drastic and dissonant means of accomplishing their ends, and those who impart a heart-warming fellowship and confidence in their men. Coach Bute is decidedly of the latter type and has proved himself worthy of every confidence reposed in him.
Some men are said to be equally as deft at any phase of their craft or profession, but upon stringent examination it will be found that they surpass in certain aspects of their work. So with Coach Bute. Notwithstanding the fact that he is a capable all-round director of athletics perhaps his longest suit is football. We say so. because a review of the history of athletics under his supervision seems to justify the statement. Out of this year's group apparently mcdiorce football players, most of them recruits, he trained and developed a team that worked unllaggingly until the reward and honor of champions crowned their efforts. Indeed a laudable record.
Basket ball was rather dull the past season, but this fault can hardly be traced back or reduced to an equation of defective coaching. Last year’s winning team seems to verify this assertion.
At the Agricultural College Coach Bute played second base on the varsity base ball team. I lis reputation as a base ball player is well established. I le has been able to impart his understanding of the game to his men and has developed a very creditable team at this institution.
Coach Bute takes a very keen interest in many other sports, such as track, golf, tennis, volleyball and others. The school is greatly indebted to him for instilling a new spirit into all the forms of Science School athletics.
It is with a great deal of pleasure that we announce that Coach Bute will return for at least another year.
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