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Eardim-Simmwms Eardim-Simmwms Eardim-Simmwms Fundamental Football Keeps Pokes Jinx Alive By JIM BLAKESLEE Republic Sports Writer TEMPE, Oct. 13 Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Cowboys roped and hogtied the Arizona State College Sun Devils again, 39-14, 39-14, 39-14, here Saturday night to keep their jinx intact in Border Conference football play. For the Cowboys it was a victory in straight fundamental football featuring a hard charging line and driving backs. They appeared capable of scoring whenever they needed the touchdown after .the first quarter was in the books. And they loosed an aerial attack, sparingly, which payed off when they found ground going tough. FUMBLES HURT the Sun Devils. Four times they fumbled to have the Cowboys recover and halt promising drives. Three of the fumbles quickly were converted into Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons touchdowns. The Sun Devils scored first after recovering a Cowboys fumble on the H-S H-S H-S 20 yard line. Marv Wahlin STATISTICS ASC H-S H-S H-S IS U 10.1- 10.1- 375 J 1.1 107 7 8 IS 12 O 2 4 S3.3 38 3 3 62 10 First Downs Kunbins Yardage Passing- Passing- Yardase fMm Completed fMMi Attempted Pauses Intercepted I'unU Puntinr Averace Fumbles Ixwt Yards Penalized toted the leather for nine and then his running mate, Duane Morrison, lugged it over right tackle for 11 yards and the tally. Tom Sanson's kick was good. Through the rest of the first quarter the Sun Devils looked like the better team. They stopped a Cowboys drive on their own 11 and took the ball at the end of the quarter. After being stopped on their own 30, Dick Mackey kicked and the Waddies started their own private drive on the H-S H-S H-S 40. Few Sun Devils were let in on proceedings as the Pokes threw two passes for 28 yards and ran the ball lour times to make it a 7-6 7-6 7-6 ballgame. FROM THEN" on the ASC was outplayed and their line was pene trated frequently by hard running Dunny Goode and James Cox. Play seeesawed "back and forth until Morrison fumbled on his own 20 and Chester Lyssy recovered for the Cowboys. The Sun Devils line held in a goal line stand but an off-side off-side off-side penalty just as the gun sounded gave the Pokes another shot from the two and Cox made it good. Halftime score was 12-7 12-7 12-7 in favor of H-S. H-S. H-S. The Sun Devils got their TiextJ and last tally on a beautiful pass from Harold Self, quarterback, to John Allen, left end. Allen went up between two defenders to wrestle catch on the Pokes one yard marker. Wahlin scooted over from there and Sanson again converted to give ASC a brief 14-12 14-12 14-12 lead. THEN Tlffi Cowboys took the kick off on their 28 and ground out a touchdown in nine plays, one a 21-yard 21-yard 21-yard pass from Bob Hart to Lyssy. Weldon Boggus made the kick good, giving H-S H-S H-S a 19-12 19-12 19-12 lead. After that kickoff, the Devils ran six plays before Mackey fumbled fumbled on his own 26. On the second play, Goode slanted off tackle in a beautiful twisting run for an other score. The Sun Devils kept the ball for two plays after the kickoii ana Allen fumbled after catching a 2 yard pass on the H-S H-S H-S 38 from Mackev. The Devils held and the Cowboys kicked, but ASC couldn't move the ball past its own '33 as its passing attack was broken up by Lvssv. The next time the bun Devils gained the ball a fine interception of a Self pass by Gene Offield stopped a goalward drive on the Cowboy 26. ASC held off the at tack and forced a kick, but Jim Bilton fumbled on the first play and the Pokes again had the ball on the Devils' 15. . THIS TIME they moved it in two plays and a penalty over the eoal. The next attack by the Sun Devils was broken up on the first nlav when Offield intercepted Mackey pass on the ASC 49 and ran it to the 34. Goode accounted for the final touchdown with a 13-yard 13-yard 13-yard run after ASC had been penalized 15 yards and Keith Gunville, defensive defensive left guard, was ejected from the game for a personal ioul. Desperation passing attempts in the waning ' minute failed wnen Mackey's blocking failed to give him time to get the ball away and the Cowboys took a punt in th final seconds to again start a march ended by the gun. Bob Reed. Sam Duca, Ounvilie, Emery Harper, Bob Alford, and Tom Fallon played good defensive ball for the Sun Devils. Columbia Wins 14-0 14-0 14-0 Over Old Eli Knights Dump West, 20-14, 20-14, 20-14, In Late Rally Ruben Madril Sparks Final Four-Minute Four-Minute Four-Minute Touchdown Drive STATISTICS Went St. Mary's First Pawn 7 Yard .ainrd Rushing 97 21.1 Yards Iost (Ml 20 Net ialn. Rnibinr 47 1M No. of Patu.es 20 Iff Completed 1 Yards Ciained Passes 79 CO Intercepted by Opponents 3 t No. of Punts S 6 Average IMfctanee 35 33 No. of Penalties 3 Yards Penalized 39 60 By W. JAY BURK St. Mary's struck back savagely in the final four minutes of play at Montgomery Stadium Saturday night, snatching a 20-14 20-14 20-14 victory from the grasp of West High's Thunderbirds. The triumph was earned with a thrilling march of 85 yards. Hero of the battling Knights on this ieht-play ieht-play ieht-play sortie was Ruben Madril, who ran and passed brilliantly. brilliantly. Madril finally raced nine yards for the touchdown, bowling over two defenders en route. The rangy fullback participated in all eight plays. From his own 15 he passed to Jim Easter from St. Mary's well known spread, and the slippery quarterback picked up eight. Madril then circled right end, ana was cutting back into the clear when he slipped and fell on his own 43, gaining 20 on the run. AGAIN MADRIL hit Easter for 10. then picked through the spread out defense for 15 more to the 32. Easter dropped Madril's perfect peg at the 20, but a personal foul was called and St. Mary's gained a first on the 17. Madril pitched a strike to the tall end, Charley Mackey, . who fought to the nine. From here Madril made his TD journey, and added the extra point his second. Until that march, West appar ently was on Its way to a comeback comeback victory by virtue of Carl Crittendon's talented toe. The West wingman calmly kicked his second extra point with the score tied at 13-13. 13-13. 13-13. WICKIE KAY, field general and passer, nad Dootiegged tne loucn-j loucn-j loucn-j down from six yards out, diving through the air into the end zone. The ball flew out of his hands as he hit the ground, but the score was ruled okay. In all. West had marched 51 yards for this valuable score, with Clay Wootton, the Thunderbirds leading ground gainer, setting the drive in motion. Fleet Wayne Haley tore off the biggest chunk, when he took a pass in the flat from Kay, and skipped his way down the sidelines to the Knights' five. ST. MARY'S staged a last minute first half surge to gain a 13-7 13-7 13-7 edge at intermission. This one was tallied with only 2:35 left in the half after the alert Harvey Char-nofsky Char-nofsky Char-nofsky had picked up. a loose ball, passed over the head of Mackey, back to kick, and galloped for West's first score. Crittendon's kick tied the count. Then came a lightning-like lightning-like lightning-like re buttal from the Knights. West tried a short kick, but Henry Meza, St. Mary's lineman, grabbed it on the line and raced between de fenders to the West 11 from where the Knights struck through the air. The first pass was Madnl-to Madnl-to Madnl-to LStovall and the second Easter-to- Easter-to- Easter-to- Easter-to- Dick Rochford for tne score Rochford, a tackle, was eligible on the tricky shift. MEZA WAS the top plaver de fensively in a game that saw Mackey. Rochford. Gerry Mautz, Ed Murphy and Bill Whitney piay fine. ball for the winners. John McCollough was an outstanding rlpfender for West, while Jack Blake. Arvile CaldwelL Bob Cap t? roe aeainst Qf his Unbeaten unleashed power second the wining The been scored final 31 Hornets In The their downed Barons, League local of 4,053 Rice Rice day ng of ous A Bob Fred bottled The yards through Rice ing. Hawks three-goal three-goal splurge 1951-52 1951-52 1951-52 Maple-Leafs Maple-Leafs the 3-1 3-1 3-1 Pass-Happy First Rushins Passing Passes Passes Passrs Punt Puntinr Fumbles Yards SOUTH (UP) pass-crazy the newfangled" with a 240 Fred

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