HIGH GRIDDERS WIN FROM AKRON TEAM

Displaying a driving attack that the enemy found difficult to hold in check, the orange and black gridiron eleven of Washington high school Saturday afternoon hung up its first victory of the 1920 campaign, trimming North high of Akron in the rubber city, 20 to 0 in a fast battle.

Showing marked improvement in all departments of the game, especially on offense, the youthful Tigers soon demonstrated their superiority over the Summit county eleven and North was saved from a worse drubbing only through the fact that Massillon kept shoving second string men into the fray.

The local team looked much better than the week before in its battle with Martin’s Ferry. The old punch and pop were there, combined with a sturdy defense and penetrating offense, and with such a combination the local team should be able to finish the season with a fair sized string of victories.