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left to (44), Don the foreground. (Republic Nov 3 (AP) at 89 will an old man, thanks for be football halL of with .University man , doubly as a play coach at the to me, but J he said. was to be an moment, I elected me. they think the hall of elections . of his election from Huntingdon, de for its the post of son, A. A. Gun Nov. 3 (AP) pass to halfback, in second after gave George 20-14 20-14 20-14 South victory Saturday. four-yard four-yard pass George brought the into a tie for them about the the who has the field against a is so in the 1951 he scarcely telescope. the Murrell comparatively-small comparatively-small model that at Indianapolis Bettenhausen of turning for the larger Belanger has won that same 3, CoL 7) J I Humbles WW77 m West lexas Duca Stars; 13,000 See Border League, Home-Coming Home-Coming Home-Coming Battle By JIM BLAKESLEE Republic Sports Writer TEMPE, Nov. 3 The Sun Devils of Arizona State College swamped the West Texas Buffaloes. 34-0, 34-0, 34-0, here Saturday night to score the first victory over a Texas team since 1940. It made a complete Home-com Home-com Home-com ing for about 13,000 wildly cheering cheering but sometimes lethargic fans. AND SAM DUCA played one of the best defensive tackle games of his career for the Devils. Duca accounted for three of four beau tiful goal line stops on Buffalo oacKs 10 stop a scoring drive, the Buffs had the ball on ASC's one, but lost it on the eleven when Duca got through. The Sun Devils rolled on th ground but mixed enough aerials into the fray to keep the Buffaloes guessing and had a commanding 21-0 21-0 21-0 lead at the half. Halftime ceremonies were mark ed by 12 high school bands from Glendale, Peoria, Snowflake, Pres-cott, Pres-cott, Pres-cott, Tempe, Wickenburg. Tolle- Tolle- son, Gilbert, Superior, Morenci, iscoiisaaie, ana .tsuckeye playing in unison with the Sun Devils. Tire FOOTBALL, game opened with a bang after Gene Mitcham kicked off to the Buffaloes. On the second play Leon Evans rambled rambled through the center for 26 yards and it looked like a bad night for ASC. , But that was the first of two 1 first downs ' the Buffaloes were jgjable to muster in. the first half on me grounu ana me oun uevuj held on the next series of downs; forcing Jim Bob Harris to punt. Duane Morrison, hard-running hard-running hard-running halfback, made 38 yards from his own 25 on the first play. Then Buzz Weiker, Morrison, and Bob Tarwater alternated for eight plays with Tarwater stepping over from. the one. TOM SANSON kicked his first of five successful conversions. He made ope other but had it called back on a 15-yard 15-yard 15-yard penalty and the second attempt fell short and wide. That was the end of scoring in the first quarter as the ball was traded back and forth on punts with neither team being able to penetrate the other's defense. Second quarter was played on nearly even terms until 12 minutes had passed. Then Harold Self, who called a beautiful game from quar terback, started finding openings in the Buffaloes' line. " He sent Weiker,' Cleveland Oden, and Harley Cooper through for seven-to-nine seven-to-nine seven-to-nine seven-to-nine seven-to-nine yard gains and Tar water finally carried it over from the three to make the score 14-0. 14-0. 14-0. THE DEVILS stopped the Buffs cold after the kickoff and took the ball on the West Texas 24. On the first play. Self caught the Buffs by surprise and passed to Mitcham, who made a fine running, juggling catch, for the score, 21-0. 21-0. 21-0. field West Texas stormed onto the field for the third quarter acting acting . like they had been supercharged. supercharged. They stopped ASC and took the ball on their own six where Dick Mackey succeeded in kicking it out of bounds. In eight plays they were on the Sun Devils 11-yard 11-yard 11-yard stripe with Evans getting solid gains and Joe Ogden and Marvin Smith getting 28 and 23 yard gains respectively. THERE THE SUN Devils dug in and took th4 ball on their own six on downs with Duca and Emery Harper being key men in the stop- stop- . ping department. Two 15-yard 15-yard 15-yard penalties and three plays put the ball on the Buffs 47 and brought Coach Frank Kim-brough Kim-brough Kim-brough out on the field to talk to the officials. Self bootlegged the . ball and then passed to Mitcham for the Devils fourth TD. The score became 27-0. 27-0. 27-0. The final tallv was set nn on a Self to John Allen pass play good ior yarns. Allen ran some 40 of it with little blocking to help and finally was brouzht down on the two-yard two-yard two-yard line. Jay Smith cracked it over on the second play. Sanson kicked true and it was 34-0. 34-0. 34-0. THE BUFFS TOOK the kickoff and moved to their own 34 where they kicked. Cooper fumbled on the ASC 48 on the second play and the Buffs recovered and began to. rolL A Bobby Lane to Barnhill pass helped set up the ball on the one. That's where, Duca dug in with Bob Reed getting the second stop in the series of four that lost 10 yards. Women Golfers Gird Qualifying Tuesday The Arizona Country Club Women's Women's Golf Association has scheduled ; qualifying play for the A and B tourney Tuesday. ' '

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  1. Arizona Republic,
  2. 04 Nov 1951, Sun,
  3. [Second Edition],
  4. Page 5

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