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i fullback; left admission-free admission-free Takes Ord Guns Tilt The Luke football record of the Warriors, on the a kick-off kick-off admission the public Raiders, in the have four victories hard-running hard-running than one-sided tri- tri- power-laden power-laden scheduled the run Sims, will addition to eight games Warriors standout Baker, at Washington Car tackle star Teachers a circus college 17 (AP) he was Seals and about-faced about-faced field a Damon Coast "a faces" clear he O'Doul, 17 seasons, Joe a year Bob third and Tennessee two fumble to minutes Fullback off on behind added Mississippi's kicked 15-mile-an-hour 15-mile-an-hour 15-mile-an-hour 15-mile-an-hour on a O T 21 6 2146 Boykin 2. Kozar 2. touchdowns: Tennessee Jkv 25-13 25-13 25-13 Win At El Paso By JIM BLAKESLEE Republic Sports Writer STATISTICS Texas Western ASO 19 311 33 344 8 3 O ft 33 1 1 . 8 85 First Down 15 Net ) arris Rushing Net Yards Passing Toial t Yards Passes Aitemited Passe Completed Passe Intercepted Punts Averace Punts Fumbles I-ost I-ost I-ost Fumbles Penalties Yards Ist. Penalties lit 104 2:m 17 8 1 3 38 6 40 EL PASO, Nov. 17 The magic toe of Tom Sanson broke a stubborn stubborn Texas Western Miners defense defense here Saturday night and the Sun Devils of Arizona State College College went on to take a 23-13 23-13 23-13 Bbr-der Bbr-der Bbr-der Conference victory. . The score at half time was 6-5 6-5 6-5 and again tied at 13-13 13-13 13-13 when Harold Harold Self, quarterback, decided to gamble on the accuracy of Sanson's Sanson's toe rather than chance run ning the ball on fourth down from the Miners three. THE GAMBLE worked to put the Sun Devils into a 16-13 16-13 16-13 lead with almost 10 minutes left to play. 'Then the Devils held the Miners on downs after the kickoff and took a punt on their own 42. Self engineered another touchdown touchdown drive in just five running plays and Sanson converted. Marv Wahlin. returning to run ning form for ASC after a knee injury was the sparkplug of the drive. The Sun Devils didn't play the brand of ball they played against Arizona last week, but they also ran into a much tougher defense. The opening period saw the Sun Devils take the kick off on their own 15 and march the 85 yards in 13 plays. The drive was featured featured by the running of Bob Tar-water Tar-water Tar-water and Duane Morrison, and a Harold Self to Gene Mitcham pass good for a first down in the early part of the drive. Then the Miners dug in on their own 14 and refused to let the Devils past their eight, but Self called a fourth down play featuring featuring Mitcham on an end around and the big ex-North ex-North ex-North Phoenix end stepped over from the 10. IT WAS A XEATLY executed bid 'of deception, but the Miners forward wall broke through to block Tom Sanson's try for extra point. The Minors retaliated early in the second quarter after Buzz Welker fumbled when hit-on hit-on hit-on his own 16 yard line and Texas Western Western recovered the ball on the Sun Devils' seven. It took three plays before John Connell lugged it over from the one yard line. A bad pass from center foiled the conversion at tempt and that was the end of the first half scoring. ASC made eight first downs to six for the Miners in the first half, and yardage figures stood at 130 for TW to 128 for ASC from all sources with the Devils getting heirs on the ground and the Min-s Min-s Min-s doing best in the air before .e intermission. THE DEVILS ANSWERED the second call with a sparkling kick-off kick-off kick-off return by Cleveland Oden to the ASC 41, then with Wahlin getting getting a 32-yal 32-yal 32-yal run and sharing carrying chores with Morrison and Tarwater. the Devils moved to the Miners' 11. There Self pitched a pass to John Allen, making one of his few appearances in the lineup, for the touchdown, and Sanson converted. The Miners dominated the remaining remaining 11 minutes in the third quarter sticking mostly to the ground. They missed the running of Connell, and Billy Plumbley, whose passing kept the Devils in trouble in the first half. Both were hurt late in the first half. BUT DICK Shinant took over quarterback duties and ran TW well. With only a minute gone in the fourth quarter he had gent eralled a tying touchdown and kicked the extra point. Soon after a 60-yard 60-yard 60-yard Devil drive bogged and Self called on Sanson for his field goal. Wahlin got the final touchdown on a one-yard one-yard one-yard plunge after a Miners' penalty for 15 yards put the ball there. It capped a drive in five plays from the ASC 42, with Harwater running once for 1 and once for eight yards and Wahlin getting 12 and four. I.INKIPS Arizona State Ends Alien.1 Mitcham. Reed. Anderson. Coleiia. Derbis. Aitken. G. Sohuliak. Tackles Rocers. Matesic, Duca. Dudeck. Gunville. Olson. Guards Patrone. StanteLand. Fallon Pouios, Putman. Stephenson. Centers Savage. Alford. Harper, Mauceri. Quarterbacks Self. Mackay. Halfbacks Morrison. Wahlin, Sanson, Wre!ker. Oien. Odom. Pomeroy. Fullbacks Bilton. TarwaU-:. TarwaU-:. TarwaU-:. Tess Western Ends Wra!ker. B.rkheac Elasa. Ammor.s. We! is. E. Riiey. Tackles Heard. Duclos. Whaley. Guards Jones. Cantrell. Cook. Young. Centers Clements Dirmeyer. Roiand. Ouarter backs Plumbley. Shinaut. B. Davis. . Halfbacks Burr's. C. .Riley. Floyd, Hedaecoke. Citwon. Medart. Fullbacks Connell. Campbell. McCormiclc eere B FerknJs Texas Western 0 6 0 7 13 Arizona State 6 0 7 10 23 Srorine; ASC touchdowns. Mitcham. Allen. Wahlin. Field soal. Sanson. Con versions, sanson 2. . Texas Western touchdowns. Connc. RUey. Conversion. Shlnim,

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  1. Arizona Republic,
  2. 18 Nov 1951, Sun,
  3. [Second Edition],
  4. Page 9

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