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HOMECOMING, RIVER FALLS 20, MILWAUKEE 0
IT was a smooth-working Red and White eleven that crushed Coach Percy
Clapp,s Milwaukee Teachers to the tune of 20-0. The victory upheld the Falls
gridiron tradition of never being beaten in a homecoming game. With the excep-
tion of the second quarter when Milwaukee threatened with forward passes, Klan-
drude men had things their own way. The Milwaukee line was smashed and bat-
tered by the fast-charging, shifty, crimson backs, Manion, MacDonald, and ClaHin,
who reeled 011' long spectacular runs. When the sound of cleated shoes died in
the distance, the River Falls eleven had marched through the southern team for
The big thrill of the game came in- the second period when hhMac" cut through
left tackle and forgot to stop until he had escorted the pigskin on a. fifty-seven yard
run through the entire Milwaukee team for a touchdown. Claflin and Manion
also broke into the open field for thirty yard runs. The brilliant performance
of the fast charging crimson line was the defensive feature of the game.
A bear-cat on
both defense and
0 ff e 'n s e was
"Hay." In 1926
he broke through
the Superior line
to score the safe-
ty that won the
Not a bad pass
from center all
s e a s o n w a 3
HB il l'shh record.
01: the defense
he was exception-
ally strong at
knocking d o w 71
passes over the
center of the line,
while his aggresV
left nothing to
HERMAN HAGESTAD WILLIAM HUNT
One Hundred Thirteen
Page 122 text:
RIVER FALLS 12, STOUT O
HE first conference game was with Stout, and when the last battle cry re-
sounded from the gridiron the Falls had tucked away a 12-0 victory. It was
the plunging of ttWinkief who crashed and pounded his way through the Stout line
for twenty yards on a pass formation, and the elusive open field running of Standish
that started the men and What: on Lhcu- VlLLUI'iUub 1114111: duwu Lhc glidimu.
After hKMac" intercepted a pass, he and htWinkie" smashed through the line
for the first touchdown. ttRoudh played a whale of a game; his passes were accu-
rate; and he was all over the backfield intercepting Stout ttheaves." The out
standing feature of the game came in the third quarter when he, aided by sentinal
interference on the part of MacDonald, swished his way through the entire Stout
team for a touchdown from their fifteen yard line.
HBonn," one of
the fastest most
ers 0n llm squad.
It was "Bongf
who led the in,-
the ends, and
played both of-
fen 're and de-
fensmw guard in
0 n e o f t h e
t h r e 0 referrm
t a c k l e s w a s
Wiens." His abil-
ity to open the
line erahled the
Falls to score
their first pninfs
in the Hamline
a n d Milwaukee
LEROY LUBERG OLAF JENSON
One Hundred Twelve
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RIVER FALLS l4, EAU CLAIRE 0
IN the third conference game of the season River Falls conquered Eau Claire
by a score of 14-0. The home boys did not try many of their tricks, but were
content to rely on straight football and conserve their strength for the Superior
game. The Red and White did their scoring in the first half when oH-t'ackle
slants and line bucks by Klimper, MacDonald, and ClaHin carried the ball to
the goal line. Eau Claire presented a strong line that twice held the crimson
thunderbolt, "Winkie," in the shadow of their own goal posts.
Coach Klandrud started the game with his shock troops. After a thirty-five
yard run by MacDonald, the Falls played a conservative game, kicking 0n the
second and third downs. The Red and White pounded savagely 0n the Eau Claire
line throughout the game, but the plucky line play of the visitors held even the
mighty Clafiin on the six inch line.
7mm in the line
was Bnrtosh, but
when if came to
and charging the
siveness offset his
lack of weight.
ttChuek," a hard
that could be re-
lied mum to stop
Imyfhing t h a!
tame near him
in the line, as
well as offering
some good inter-
yerence for the
CLAIR BARTOSH CHARLES KEILIIOI.'I'Z
One Hundred Fourteen
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