The Story of the Dayton Triangles

FORWARD PASS IN THIRD PERIOD
WINS FOR ALL-AMERICANS

Buffalo All-Americans at Dayton Triangles
October 29, 1922
Buffalo Daily Courier

FORWARD PASS IN THIRD PERIOD WINS FOR ALL-AMERICANS

Hughitt and Anderson Pull Trick That Wins Over Dayton

Dayton, Ohio, Oct. 29-The Dayton Triangles were scored upon and defeated for the first time this season when the Buffalo All-Americans took the final game of the home season from the Dayton team today, 7 to 0.

Not much action was displayed in the first period but the Dayton eleven showed some pep in the second period, which was featured by line plunges by the Daytonians. After a series of these Huffine carried the ball over the goal line, only to fumble, and the ball was taken back to the Buffalo twenty-yard line.

It was straight football until the last quarter when the Triangles opened an aerial attack and made three first downs on forward passes but failed to score.

Anderson Scores Touchdown

Soon thereafter Anderson carried the ball across the line on a forward pass from Hughitt. The Triangles had massed to the left expecting a goal kick, but the forward pass came around the right end and after the play had been completed Morrissey kicked the goal.

Scoring:  TD (Buffalo) Anderson pass from Hughitt (Morrissey kick)

Lineups:

Buffalo:  Goetz (le), Thomas (lt), Brace (lg), Guy (c), Youngstrom (rg), Morrissey (rt), Urban (re), Hughitt (qb), Anderson (lhb), Kuehl (rhb), Laird (fb),

Subs-Wilson (le), Dieter (lg)

Dayton:  Thiele (le), Sauers (lt), Sein (lg), Kinderdine (c), Berne (rg), Hathaway (rt), Reese (re), Marht (qb), Partlow (lhb), Ullery (rhb), Huffine (fb)

Subs-Abbott (rhb)

Officials:  Dr. Lambert (r), W. Marquardt (u), R. Bevan (hl)

Attendance:  5,000

Scoring by periods 1 2 3 4 Final
Buffalo 0 0 7 0 7
Dayton 0 0 0 0 0

        Source:  Buffalo Daily Courier, October 29, 1922
        Researcher:  Jeff Miller, Buffalo All-Americans/Bisons Historical Society

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