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co-captain a ore- Had-ley of Stamp-hill a half behind the Yanks. (AP Wirephoto) , Self-To-Allen Self-To-Allen Self-To-Allen Self-To-Allen Self-To-Allen Aerial Gives Devils 33-27 33-27 33-27 Triumph Over Utah Staters STATISTICS First down Yard rushiaf t Yards lost, nuhins Yards passlac Passes attempted a Passes completed , Total yards Pants Averace. pants Fumbles Own fumbles recovered Penalties Yards lost, penalties ASC CTAGS 18 19 312 . it ' MS 4 - 38 -'3 -'3 1 5 248 11 98 16 9 335 S 39 3 ' 89 By JTM BLAKESLEE Republic Sports Writer LOGAN, Utah, Sept. 22 The Arizona State College at Tempe Sun Devils defeated the Utah State Aggies 33-27 33-27 33-27 here . Friday night after seeing the Ags score third and early fourth quarter touchdowns to take a brief lead. The Devils pulled the game out of the fire with two touchdowns in the final period, the final tally, witn only lour minutes to go. . ASCs offensive looked best In that fourth quarter and its defense also looked best. . Then second string defensive men were doing a better job of stopping Coach John Bishop's Back State Middle Champ Meets Jones Tuesday Al Bishop, the pounding Payson slugger who came out of nowhere to win the Arizona miacueweignt boxing championship some v two years ago, arrived in Phoenix Sat urday to complete training for Jus 10-round 10-round 10-round title defense against Sha-mus Sha-mus Sha-mus Jones, Phoenix, at Madison Square Garden Tuesday night. Bishop,, lacking somewhat in box- box- i n g adeptness but a yicious puncher, completely . captivated " if ' ' Ronigs' single wing crew at the end than the first miners. ' FOR THE SUN Devils' it was Marv Wahlin, Buzz Welker, and Harley Cooper who sparked the ground attack. Wahlin ground out steady gains of from six to eight yards when they were needed. Cooper; too, ran through the Farm-era Farm-era Farm-era line for good gains. It was a Harold Self to John Allen pass good for 22 yards that brought the Sun Devils their victory victory after Cooper had plunged nine yards for the tally that brought the Devils into a 27-27 27-27 27-27 tie with the Aggies. - - Self's signal .calling was tricky enough to keep the outgained Aggies off guard as he concentrated on power plays through the line In the last period. COOPER ALSO played a good defensive game along with Bob Alford, Sam Duca, Earl Putman, and Cornelius McGrady. Sparkplug for the Farmers was a shifty tailback, Paul Dinan, who Arizona ring- ring- goers when he first swung into action here. He climaxed climaxed his Cinderella merrygo-round merrygo-round merrygo-round by kayoing Wendy Gallant for the middleweight crown. GALLANT wound up in the hospital, hospital, seriously injured, and since recovered but is on the shelf for good insofar as boxing goes. Qishop lost a few non-title non-title non-title fights after his ascension to the throne but he always put up exicting buttles. buttles. Charlie Salas, far outweighed, gave him a neat boxing lesson as did Petey Servin in an outdoor show last year. But Bishop still has managed to hold onto his diadem diadem and is coming out of his umpteenth retirement. Bishop gained considerable savvy in a recent tour, of Germany where he won six, lost three, and drew in three. His manager, Joe Franklin, thinks he is better than ever and will maintain the title for some time to come. JONES, a pleasing sort of a scrapper, doesn't have the experience experience that Bishop does but he looks ripped off good gains and -didn't -didn't know when to stop running. An other steady ground gainer was Jim Garrett. THE AGGIES opened scoring in the game by taking the opening kick-off kick-off kick-off and marching 80 yards in plays. Garrett made it 7-0 7-0 7-0 with his first of three conversions. In the opening drive the Farmers ripped, off gains of 18, 15 and 10 yards before the Devils ief ense began to unlimber from the unaccustomed unaccustomed cold and altitude and started smearing backs. The Sun Devils " then began to roll after exchanging the ball with the Aggies on downs. Wahlin ripped off 36 yards over tackle from the. Farmers 46-yard 46-yard 46-yard line. Three plays and a penalty later, Wahlin went six yards over tackle for the score. Tom Sanson kicked the first of three conversions to tie the score. THE SECOND quarter barely got under way when Cooper skirted skirted right end for another tally and the Devils led 14-7. 14-7. 14-7. The TD was setup by a Self to Gene Mitcham Lpass good for 21 yards to the Ag gies 21-yard 21-yard 21-yard line. The Farmers bounced back to tie the score at 14-14 14-14 14-14 when they took the kickof f and moved 80 yards on 1 plays with a Dinan-to- Dinan-to- Dinan-to- Dinan-to- Earl Lmdley pass of 15 yards good for the tally. But ASC took the ball on its own 20 and put on an 80-yard 80-yard 80-yard march of its " own in nine plays with Self scoring on a quarterback sneak from the one to make it 20-14 20-14 20-14 just before the half ended. THE SUN DEVILS failed to move the ball after the quarter opening kick and Bob Reed, who played a good defensive game and punted well all evening, kicked to the Aggies 25 and the ball was run back to the 35. From there the Aggies started a drive that ended in 15 plays with the Farmers leading ASC 21-20. 21-20. 21-20. That's the way the third quarter ended with the Sun Devils failing to move the ball any appreciable distance. In the fourth quarter the Aggies again penetrated ASC goal on a 14-yard 14-yard 14-yard pass thrown by Dinan to Russell and led 27-20. 27-20. 27-20. Then the Devils setUed down and began acting acting like a football machine to pound out their two quick scores. Mingiis Grabs 25-20 25-20 25-20 Nod Over St. Johns The recovered touchdown and back, took to place the attempt of tihs A CROWD throughout football games Memorial Stadium. Texas, not supposed offense pass to win came late Williams, man, dashed ball out of then fell 28. Gib Town-send then in a on the ton carrying Jones passed with the across. point the KENTUCKY period on with Tom the gaining. times for 40 sped to the Gru-ner and Texas six. pass, was the Wildcat into the end Hunt, the ' the pigskin it Don boomed out fall on him after ball game. 20-13 20-13 North . Mustang power until night and faces of for a 20-13 20-13 20-13 Montgomery The Birds pockets as they ran bewildered half-time lead of paydirt With the Douglas Texans,

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  2. 23 Sep 1951, Sun,
  3. [First Edition],
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