The Score bj^ Which Norwalk Was JJeateii Friday.
IJud WiathcM- Ila.s No VAXvvt on Football riay<!rH—Th«^ Vi<ilory a Creditablo One i^\>v the Homo Team.
The drizzling raiii of Thursday, com¬ bined >vith the cold wind, led many per¬ sons to believe that the football contest wonld be postponed. But such persons v/ore not posted in regard to the capa- bilities of the average football player. A few persons were brave enough to re¬ main arid cheer our boys on to . the vic¬ tory they sc^^royally won. On account of the exceedingly wet condition of the grounds no very brilliant plays were made. •
The Nor walks won the toss and took the west goal, giving them the advan¬ tage of the strong west wind which was blowing.
' Frehiont kicked off to Norwalk's 15 yd. lino. The Norwalkians seemed to be paralyzed and lost ground on all at¬ tempts to advance the ball, giving our team the ball on downs., A touchdown was easily scored in a liito buck by Ger¬ man. Garvin kicked an easy goal, mak¬ ing the score Fremont 0, Norwalk 0. Time 5 min.
In Norwalk's kickolY Fremont caught the ball on their 20 yd. line and then ad¬ vanced it 10 yds. Our team quickly lined up and Lutz, well guarded by Dott, succeeded in making a run of 60 yds., being the most brilliant play of the game. t
Fremont not being able to stand so much prosperity lost the ball on a fum¬ ble when a touch down seemed inevita¬ ble. Their opponents after advancing the pigskinf 5 yds. made a fumble which returned the ball to the home team much to the delight of our local *'root- arS." After several good line bucks by several players, Heirelfinger.managed to push the* ball past the good line.by a margin of a few inches. Garvin kicked goal Fremont 12, Norwalk 0. Time 1 \^:, min; . '
Time was shortly afterwards called with the ball in Norwalk's possession iii the centre of the field.