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Devil Detroiters No Match In Landslide ASC WAVNK First down M 17 Rustling laritag 3:t 139 famine Vardaee J: JH Passe A lirmptrd J 4 IK Film Completed 7 J I Passes Intercepted 3 O Punts I 5 Funtlnr Atrrui 54 30 Fumble - lmt I 1 Tarda Penalized 45 85 By JIM BLAKESLEE TEMPE, Oct. 6 The Arizona State College Sun Devils sprang a potent offense and a rough defense on Wayne University of Detroit here Saturday night to swamn the visitors, 50-6, 50-6, 50-6, in an lntersectional football game There was little doubt about the outcome of the game from the time the Sun Devils first began T.T,Atrtine- T.T,Atrtine- the Tartars' defense the first time ASC got the ball. And they got the ball when Keith Gunville stormed through the Wayne line to block a punt off the toe of Wesley carios ana me Sun Devils eovered the loose ball on the Tartars' 3D-yard 3D-yard 3D-yard line. SLX PLAYS later Harley Cooper skirted left. end for the score ana Tom Sanson converted to give the Devils a 7-0. 7-0. 7-0. lead. Duane Morrison and Marv Wahlin, both of Casa Grande, carried the mail on the series with Wahlin picking up the bulk of the yardage to set up the tally. . . Midway in the first period the Sun Devils missed another scoring -t,.nitv -t,.nitv after recovering a fumbled kickoff and gave the ball to Wayne on downs on the Wayne six-yara six-yara six-yara ne. ASC's defensive squad rose up and stopped the Tartars and forced them to kick. Then the Devils began their second touchdown march, with Wahlin going over Ihn two. The Sun Devils ground attack innrl well through the first half and Wahlin picked up another tallv on another two-yard two-yard two-yard plunge after Bob Tarwater set it up with thrust. he auarter and voif enHpd. Sanson booted a i ncAA hoal to eive Arizona Ctota n 91-fl 91-fl 91-fl hulce. Tn the second half, Coach Larry cjomrine- cjomrine- eave his rampaging most of the time off and Dick Mackey moved into the -...rtarhark -...rtarhark slot left unoccupied hv the regular general, Harold Self. Markov's signal calling func- func- tioned well and so did his passing -m -m With two minutes gone he heaved a 43-yard 43-yard 43-yard touchdown to a very sparkling end. Gene Mitcham IT WAS after the next kickoft that Wayne took the bit in its teeth and began its only scoring drive. Picking up little yardage on n,nrt Richard Brown the nuarterback began passing to Roger Craig and James Johnston-Johnston Johnston-Johnston Johnston-Johnston caught a touchdown! pass, good for 30 yards after the Tartars -used -used 16 plays to move the ball 39 yards to the ASC 30. That made the score 30-6 30-6 30-6 and the Sun Devils score-conscious score-conscious score-conscious once more. . Cleveland Oden gathered in the Wayne kickoff on his own 12 and romped 30 yards. Then he carried for 14 and five. Mackey called Buzz Welker's pet end sweep and the Buzzer scampered 39 yards to ,CTHE DEVILS LED, 36-6, 36-6, 36-6, at the end of the third quarter but the drino offense wasn't hap- hap- -Dy. -Dy. Oden and Welker ripped o,ff first downs on three pia&, nnssed to Welker for eight yards, and Oden ran 11 yards to the one-loot one-loot one-loot line. ne ui the next play. Ed (Moge) Pomeroy then intercepted intercepted a Brown pass for the Sun Devils on his own two and ran it out to the 44. Jim Bilton tore off a a 31-yard 31-yard 31-yard run and MacKey mppeu 26-yard 26-yard 26-yard pass to Jim Aitken to the one-foot one-foot one-foot line, trnie- trnie- vjaroa toted the leather over the stripe and Sanson converted lor me iincu 50-6 50-6 50-6 score. Fninl-ilf i bling foreground, Tempe. by New A surge touchdown Western victory night at Trailing beginning of Bruins within seven eleven. 49-yard 49-yard 49-yard TD, most yards score. New its slim as the tq drive. Bob fullback, for the ' night smashing The defense It run Three before Vessels that It the year's on a point.