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Jack Slackpool, sophomore fullback, drives through the Montana defenses for
a big gain as quarterback Don Means knocks a Grizzly defender off his feet.
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EAVING sheer power and fine defensive play into a winning
effort gave the University of Washington Huskies a hard-
fought 9-0 victory over a valiant eleven from Montana. The
1939 appearance of the Grizzlies was the finest that the
Missoula institution had ever displayed on the Stadium turf.
The initial Washington score came when the Husky contingent
powered its way to the Montana ten-yard marker. The Grizzlies
held for three downs and Elmer Berg was called upo11 to split the
uprights for a field goal and three points.
Montanals lone scoring threat came from a clever play which
saw Nugent take the ball on a double reverse, lateral it to Swarthout,
who hit Vaughn with a forward on the mid-field stripe. Vaughn
almost gained the remaining yards to score, but was pulled down
from behind on the Husky fifteen.
Taking possession and ultimately working the ball to the Grizzly
12, the Huskies laid the stage for a deceptive shovel pass from Don
Jones to Earl Younglove who accounted for the score.
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Page 175 text:
Sophomore sensation Ernie Steele moves through the California line for five big
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Net yards from
scrimmage .......,, H122 135
Passes attempted .... 13 10
Passes completed .... 5 8
Yards gained from
passes ,, ,,,,,,,,,,o,.... 152 88
Total yards gained,,274 223
First downs ....,.,,,,.... 10 13
Punts ,,,.,,,,o,.,o,,.,,,tt,.. 6 5
of punts ....o,,..,,,.. 43.6 42.4-
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AYLAYING an emaciatcd Bear and turning in one of the
Inost spectacular performances of their football campaign,
the Washingtoii gridders trimmed California 13-6 in a thrill-
ing tussle that featured the kicking and passing of Dean
McAdams and Bill Gleason, the rushing tactics of the entire Husky
front trenches, and the deceptiveness of the Purple and Gold hack-
California picked up the first tally but was not long controlling
the lead. The Huskies broke into the scoring column shortly there-
after, when l11cAdams connected with an aerial to ,lay McDowell,
who rambled the remaining yards to a Washingtoll tally. The final
scoring play of the Huskies was a sensation.
Bill Gleason faded hack and shot a pass to McAdams, who, while
falling, managed to scoop up the ball one-handed and fall across
into pay territory.
Washington completely outbattled the Bears in coming out on the
long end of the score. The Berkeley fray was the seventh on the
Husky schedule and the third consecutive win of the season.
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