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Oberg, Buse, Pautzke from an infected leg shortly afterward. The score was one point more than that of 1929, that is 48-0, but the showing of the hluskies was far more impressive. Twenty thousand peo ple turned out for the Montana game and saw an out- weighed Washington team minus the services of Merle hHufford, pile up 27 points while holding the Grizzlies score- less. Despite this showing against an opponent that was plenty strong for an early-season game the Huskies didn ' t look like a Coast Conference team. Line play was very ragged. A big Vandal team from Moscow, Idaho, which outweighed the hluskies on the line, ran right over Washington ' s reserve tackles, for the first five min- utes of the next battle of the season. Then in came Schwegler and Holmes and Washington was not bothered for the rest of the game. Elmer Martin and Johnny Cherberg, along with August Buse, did some sweet ball-carrying in this upset. Bill Marsh ' s kicking and pass- ing were beautiful to watch, while Bob Lenfesty found himself on the receiving end of several long tosses. 27-0 was the score but Washington still lacked the line play and the backfleld rhythm which marks a high-class conference team. The old worry lines were creasing Phelan ' s brow as he thought of the Schwegler Gets His Man, Muslcli. In U. S. C. Battle 154
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Schweqlor. Marsk Hufford Lamont, assistant coach and line coach, former head coach at Loyola University of Chicago; Chester " Cotton " W. Wilcox, backfield coach, former star for Phelan at Purdue; Ralph " Pest " Welch, Freshman coach, all-American fullback and member of Phelan ' s 1929 Purdue champions; Eddie Collins, end coach, star on Knute Rockne ' s unde- feated 1929 team. Phelan practically built his team in spring practice, and when it ended in May he had a very good line on his 1930 team. It was granted by everyone that the 1930 season would be a mere building of foundations, uninspiring to watch. and th()t it would be three years before Washington could hope to start win- ning football games. Not so! For even under the strain of the heaviest schedule ever undertaken by a Washington team, Phelan ' s prelim- inary structure stood up well. Three Conference games were won and four lost, while both non -Conference con- tests resulted in one-sided Husky vic- tories. Washington opened the season with a victory over Whitman that produced some mighty good football on the part of Hufford and Clarence Bledsoe, but cost dear in injuries. Dave Nesbit, end, was cracked up rind Hufford suffered Hufford firooU Tfiroufjfi tho Cnrdr. 153
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■ Baaiiumtji BiBK. Lenfesty, Lappenbusch, Cherberg Oregon game at Portland the next week. There was Merle Hufford, probably unable to play; Lenfesty injured; Nes- bit the same way. Johnny Kitzmlller snatched a pass out of the hands of the Washington safety man and raced twenty yards for the only touchdown of that memorable game. Washington put up one of the finest games an outweighed, inexperienced outfit ever showed. They completely stopped the famous Mr. Kitzmiller twice within three minutes when Ore- gon got first down inside the hHusky ten-yard line. It was a battle of lines and kickers, with Bill Marsh outpunting Kitzmiller and the Washington line holding like iron. Ralph Cairney, star basketball guard, made his football debut in this game and played well. Phelan was so hard up for ends that he was forced to use the inexperienced Cairney and to shift Colin hloward from center as well as putting in Dave Nesbit. hlolmes and Schwegler played great ball, while the work of Charles Lappen- busch at guard stamped him as an Ail- American possibility. Wentworth and Bob Palmer played outstanding games. Washington was given a little less than an even chance against California 155 Buse Backs Line Against Washington State
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