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Demons Nab College 14. 27. 14. State O. 0. Teachers 0. Air Maryville 0. U. 0. 0. 7. 13. 14. 0. Johnson C. Kentucky 14. 14 Penn. ) 3. Hampdcn-Sydney Hampdcn-Sydney Cookman western 6. Force (. Navy 2S (St Uli 7. State 0. 12 (Mo.) 0. Girardau Hayes 7. 7 'tieV (Wis.) 13. 19. 9. Henderson State 0. 7. 19 I!1. 7. State Normal (III.) 14. Normal 28. Slate 6. Aggies (Minn.) till.) 12. College 19. State jvi. i 32. (AP) Cowboys touchdowns to trim Border straight West into a conference two and 6 0- 0- three defeated Saturday gridiron, scoring a pass an extra other School, 20-0 20-0 20-0 Bulge At Halftime Siemering; Cleans Bench As ASC Club Wins Border Clash STATISTICS ASO 'M.i First IKiw n J I u lards Kiishlnc 441 H lardt Iiot 2t 41 Net Kuohinc 414 4S Passes IS 3) Fasses Completed 7 IS Net lards I'assinc lit 169 I'asses Intercepted By I 3 Punt .1 14 Average Distance Punt 33 33.4 linn Fumbles Recovered I 2 lards Penalized 176 35 By JIM BLAKESLEE Republic Sports Writer TEMPE. Oct. 27 Arizona State College swamped an outclassed New Mexico Aggies aggregation, 46-0. 46-0. 46-0. here Saturday night to chalk up its first Border Conference victory victory of the season. After building up a comfortable 20-0 20-0 20-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. Coach Larry Siemenng began cleaning the Sun Devil bench and before it was over nearly every man in uniform had seen action. AT HALFTIME the score stood at 32-0 32-0 32-0 and in the third period Harold Self, first string quarterback, quarterback, tried polishing his passing attack, but the Devils failed to penetrate the Farmers goal line in that period. They bounced back to score twice in the fourth, however, and continued continued to hold their smaller and less-experienced less-experienced less-experienced opponents to little vardage although the Aggies hrought a lethargic crowd to its feet in the final seconds with a desperation passing attack that hogged down on the ASC nine-yard nine-yard nine-yard line the Ags deepest penetration. The Sun Devils operated best on the ground, picking up 414 yards to a meager 45 for New Mexico A&M. Heavy penalties kept the score from being larger. TWICE CLEVELAND O d e n, freshman halfback, knifed into the Ags end zone only to have the play called back. Once he ran 11 yards, the other time four. In all. the Devils were penalized 178 yards. Duane Morrison cracked over left guard and rambled 42 yards for ASC's first touchdown with only 3:20 gone in the first period. His was the fifth play in an 81-yard 81-yard 81-yard drive in which Bob Tarwater picked up 27 yards in two carries, Harley Cooper two, and Morrison another 10. Tom Sanson kicked the point but a la-yard la-yard la-yard penalty nuiunea nis effort and Gene Mitcham's try from the 17 was wide. Sanson, during during the scoring spree, did kick four good ones. LESS THAN four minutes passed before the Devils crashed over for their second tally, Morrison Morrison again carrving from the eight. Four plays carried 36 yards. Jim Bilton set up the next touch down by returning an Aggies punt from his own 33 to the A&M nine. run of 58 yards. Buzz Welker carried it over on the next play. just before the first quarter ended. Welker was in the Aggies hair frequently. He scored the Sun Devils' fifth touchdown on a 74-yard 74-yard 74-yard scamper shortly after Oden tallied the fourth after helping" set it up on three nice runs coupled with a Welker 30-yard 30-yard 30-yard tip-toe tip-toe tip-toe job. The 147-pourd 147-pourd 147-pourd speedster scored his third touchdown of the night in i:iu ot tne tourtn quarter on an 11-vard 11-vard 11-vard dash. BILTON PICKED up the Devils 6ilact tallv rn o enroon flrnlinl him left end from the nine yard line. The big ex-Carver ex-Carver ex-Carver back returned punts well all evening, getting runs of 23, 25. 20, and 58 yards after being seemingly trapped, cutting for coffin corner, and then angling up the sidelines. The visitors failed to get inside ASC's -20-yard -20-yard -20-yard -20-yard line until the closing moments of the game. The Devils ground defense was good andthe pass defense showed improvement, holding the vaunted Aggie passers Charles Sanford and James Red-dick Red-dick Red-dick to 167 yards through the air.