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Their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple in 1952. During their married life they lived in Idaho and Utah. He served as an officer of the Orem City Credit Union and the Orem Lions Club. Yet, while much will be made of Saints profligacy in front of goal, Leeds could also have had more than just the two themselves after rattling the post, the bar, and forcing visiting keeper Antti Niemi into another superb early save.It was certainly entertaining stuff at Elland Road last night if nothing else and the 18,881 who were present had their fingers bitten to the bone by the final whistle. It was one of those evenings.The tone was set by Leeds with two superb early goals, and was picked up by Southampton who threw everything bar the kitchen sink at their hosts in a bid to find their way back into the game.United’s central defensive pairing of Paul Butler and Sean Gregan will take consolation from the fact that they are unlikely to come up against a pacier forward than teenage debutant Theo Walcott again this season, and both were given their stiffest test yet by the inventive Saints.But Mr Reliable in the Leeds goal Neil Sullivan chose last night to remind the Elland Road faithful exactly why he took every award going at the end of last season, and the former Chelsea and Tottenham goalkeeper made a string of fine saves.For the first time this term United’s midfield were also forced onto the back foot when the visitors had possession but Shaun Derry and Jonathan Douglas worked tirelessly dealing with the onslaught of runners that piled forward.But that didn’t tell the whole story.Frazer Richardson whipped in a cross from the right and Niemi had to be at his best to somehow turn a Hulse header over the bar when a goal seemed certain.The opener came in similar fashion, except Gary Kelly was the provider with a wonderful cross from deep and Hulse’s header was placed to perfection to leave the Finn with no chance.Moments later Eddie Lewis, a player of real quality who rarely fails to excite, rattled the outside of post with a curling free kick, and Leeds were threatening to deliver a real whitewash.The second goal took just 19 minutes to arrive and what a peach it was.Derry and Hulse were both involved in the build up and Robbie Blake delivered a superb curling strike to open his Elland Road account and bag his first goal in a United shirt since August.It was a wonderful piece of magic and should do Blake’s confidence the world of good as he looks to settle in following his summer move from Birmingham.The calculators were already coming out by that stage and it was Leeds who looked set to rattle up a cricket score against a side which had lost only once all season.The Elland Road faithful were enjoying the fun and an air of calm descended over the place, before a vociferous chant of “You can stick Dennis Wise up your ” showed where their managerial loyalties lie.But, Southampton had already fired an early warning shot when 16 year old Walcott wasted a great chance to put them in front, and the exciting youngster went on to take centre stage.Aside from the quality of his finishing he has everything required by a young player and he is far and away the most exciting talent to tread the Elland Road surface since a fresh faced Wayne Rooney burst onto the scene with Everton four seasons ago.The youngster hauled Saints back into the game before the half hour mark when he escaped the clutches of Butler, but even then Sullivan’s point blank block almost proved enough to turn the ball wide of the upright. It wasn’t quite enough, though, and the ball crept inside the post.Walcott put another shot over the bar following a quick break, although United midfielder Douglas was clearly impeded by Matt Oakley in the build up and was booked for protesting.At the other end, Hulse headed wide and Butler went close to scoring his first home goal on a couple of occasions following yet more good build up play.If Leeds had marginally the better of the first half, then the final half hour belonged to Saints.Had a Blake free kick crept inside the post at the start of the second period it could well have been a stroll in the park for United but, as it was, Saints grew in confidence and piled men forward.Gregan was withdrawn in place of Matthew Kilgallon and Leeds spent the remainder of the contest on the back foot, dealing with a side whose pace and movement was terrific.Blackwell even altered his system to nullify the threat Southampton posed and his Leeds charges held firm to secure a precious three points.Now, not for the first time since Blackwell took over, they will go into their next game bidding to record three successive league victories for the first time since Christmas 2002..