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Lenfesty, Perrish, B. Smith punt, which rolled back over the Husky goal line and was downed by Sullivan. Wilson, Idaho quarter, converted. Washington ; Stanford Against the Stanford team, which came to the stadium one week later, Phelan used only thirteen players, and although the score was 0-0, sport writers credited the Huskies with out-playing the Cardinals from the first whistle. In the absence of Bill Marsh, quar- terback and regular punter who had been injured in the Oregon game, Hufford took over the kicking assignment and stamped himself as one of the triple-threat stars of the Conference. Schwegler ' s fine work in the line first put him on the list of AU-American recommendations. Despite a heavy rain which hampered both squads, this game was regarded as one of the greatest exhibitions of football ever seen in the local stadium. Washington 77; Whitman October 31 was the date of Washington ' s annual " breather " with Whitman College, the staunch little band of gridders from up Walla Walla way who generally win the Northwest Conference title. Although Phe- lan ' s sophomores, sparked by Fay Franklin who is expected to fill Hufford ' s brogans some day, piled up 77 points, the Mission- aries took their toll in injuries. No less than five of Phelan ' s most capable substitutes were put on the hospital squad in that game. Finn and Buse Stop Moffatt
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Bledsoe, Chvrberg, Buse Oregon 13; Washington On October 10th came Oregon for the Huskies ' first " big " game. The Golden war- riors played good ball, but a few mistakes coupled with a profusion of bad breaks gave Oregon a 13-0 victory. The bad breaks began when an Oregon punt got away from Huf- ford, allowing the Webfeet to penetrate into Husky territory. A trick pass play, Watts to Bailey, put the ball on Washington ' s one- yard line. Joe Lillard, Oregon ' s " Midnight Express, " who was later declared ineligible for college athletics, scored on an off-tackle slash on the next play. Photographs and motion pictures of the play later showed that Watts had come back up to the line of scrimmage before letting go his pass to Bailey, which made the pass illegal. In the fourth period, when Washington had a chance to score, Mr. Bad Luck, in the person of Bill Bowerman, Oregon end, in- tercepted a short pass from Benny Sohn on the Duck 13-yard line and, skilfully eluding tacklers, raced 87 yards to another touch- down. Washington 38; Idaho 7 Sophomore backs, particularly Fay Franklin and Ross Pederson, had a field day when Idaho invaded, October 17, and was repulsed, 38-7. Idaho scored when Sullivan, Vandal right tackle, blocked August Buse ' s Husky Line Proves Invulnerable 105
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Wiatrak, Bortlen, Patritk California 13; Washington The Purple and Gold went to Berkeley on November 7, and returned to Seattle sting- ing under a 13-0 defeat. Hank Schaldach, Lee Valianos, and Rusty Gill of California turned loose a combination of passing and power plays which Washington found im- possible to stop. Schaldach accounted for the first Bear touchdown. The second South- ern tally was another of those " Bowerman things. " Rusty Gill intercepted a pass from Franklin, and scampered thirty yards for a score. Washington 12 ; W. S. C. Back to Seattle trekked Phelan and his charges, with five days in which to prepare for Washington State and the Homecoming game. It was in this game that Washington dis- covered that scoring punch, lack of which had hampered it all season. Until the fourth period it seemed that the same old inability to score was still to be the undoing of the Huskies. Once Hufford, apparently in the clear, was robbed of a touchdown by a sur- prising tackle by Hansen, Cougar center. After Phelan ' s injection of Fred Borden in- to the Husky lineup at fullback, the cards seemed to run to Washington. Borden ' s bril- liant interference paving the way, Bledsoe scored. The Cougar morale was broken, and it wasn ' t long before Hufford crossed the line, putting the game on ice. .-f Long One That Failed
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