Athletics, pp. 25-28
26 THE AEROPLANE East Green Bay 13, Kewaunee 6. East Green Bay met and defeated the Kewaunee eleven at Green Bay Sept. 26th. This waf the first game of the season and much enthusiasm was shown. East Green Bay got the jump on them and Lambeau scored the first touchdown of the season in the second quarter. Binish carried the ball over for the other score of the game. Kewaunee's score came in the last quarter on an intercepted pass which gave much encouragement to the football season of 1914. The score at the close of the game was 13 to 6. East Green Bay 100, Oconto 0. On Oct. 3rd East Green Bay met and defeated Oconto by the overwhelming score of 100 to 0. Every man in the back field carried the ball over for one or more touch- aowns. Oconto was completely outplayed and outclassed during the entire game. 1 ne way Lambeau and Binish and Wittig worked the forward pass practically won the game. Fine driving and blocking tackles were made by Jenski, Flatley and Loomis. East Green Bay 26, Kaukauna 0. East Green Bay traveled to Kaukauna Oct. 10th and defeated that aggregation 26 to 0. The game was played in a slippery and muddy field; this probably kept the score from being more, since forward passes were impossible to work. The only time Kau- kauna had a chance was on the kick-off. They received the ball and began to plow through a line until Binish fell on a fumble. From then on it was all for Eash High. A few minutes later Lambeau was sent over for the first score, he also scored two more of the touchdowns, Binish getting the other one. Altogether it was a victory for East High. We lost our center, Jonte, who had his shoulder dislocated, in the last quarter. Theisen filled his position in fine style. This was our third victory of the season. Appleton 16, East Green Bay 6. On Oct. 24th our boys played Appleton where they were defeated. This game should have been ours, but the boys feeling too confident of victory, practically lay down the entire game, letting Appleton go over for two touchdowns and a drop kick. Lambeau, Flatley and Theisen played the star game for East High. Lambeau made one touchdown but missed the goal. Final score: Appleton 16, East Green Bay 6. East Green Bay vs Marinette. East Green Bay tackled the heavy Marinette boys on Oct. 31st, defeating them 19 to 2. The game was a finely played contest. Marinette's only score coming in a safety in the first quarter. The entire back field of the home team played a strong game and the line performed in unequalled style, being strengthened by the addition of Joe Martin at right tackle. Theisen substituted for Moeller and, despite his lack of weight, he played a remarkable game, and Schmitz substituted for Conard in the last quarter as guard. The game was one of the best contests ever played on the home ground. Touchdowns were made by Binish, Wittig and Van Laanen. Martin kicked one goal. Neutral officials were secured for this game. Dr. De Both referee, E. J. Clemons umpire, Coffeen and H. Davis timekeepers, Tait and Holland linesmen, J. McGrath head linesman. Time of periods, 12 minutes. E. H. S. 64; Manitowoc 0. E. H..S. defeated Manitowoc 64-0 Nov. 17th, at Manitowoc. The field was in a wet condition, making forward passes impossible. E. H. S. ran up fifteen points in the first four minutes of play, Lambeau, Wittig, Binish and Van Laanen starred at carrying the ball, while Loomis, Jenski, Flatley and Martin were there on the defense.
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