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Sunday, November 25 1951 IB M-J M-J M-J ? 4 was night, year, a (Republic" Passes Give' Beat Calif. 22 318 .ill 10 3 O 7 28.9 II 59 Nov. 24 Johnny California's their victory Saturday Rose of the doubt that Conference be chosen Pasadena on Fighting title and berth by 3-0 3-0 Saturday. of both 10 committees a few-hours. few-hours. O fi 20 0 7 7 Robison. Richter (2) Morley. kick). 'Tucky, 23-0 23-0 23-0 Kentucky 13 43 1T9 25 15 1 3 35 2 56 24 (AP) with hips, and Tennessee football Saturday, passed No. 1 to play against domina who Bowl team since 193o rival. big gun he didn't aid from Rechi-char, Rechi-char, Bill Bar-bish, Bar-bish, who passes. but they rocking block- block- Winners Eage in irame Skyline Squad Capitalizes On Breaks; ASC Running Attack Functions Well By JIM BLAKESLEE Republic Sports Writer TEMPE, Nov. 24 Wyoming's hard-charging hard-charging hard-charging Cowboys dropped the Sun Devils of Arizona State College, 20-7. 20-7. 20-7. in a hard-fought hard-fought hard-fought football game here Saturday night. Although the Cowboys capitalized on means sum as a pass interception interception and recovered fumble to set up two of their touchdowns, it was their own potent passing attack that made the big difference in the game. Wyoming's single wing exploited a sticky-finzereri sticky-finzereri sticky-finzereri end in Dewey McConnell and a fine thrtmer in Chuck Spaulding, triple threat Arizona Open Golf Action Opens Monday Johnny Bulla will defend his " rt , i e l Arizona htate upon oou iidin-pionship iidin-pionship iidin-pionship title Monday as the 1951 tournament starts at Litchfield Park. The 18-hole 18-hole 18-hole pro-amateur pro-amateur pro-amateur portion of the 54-hole 54-hole 54-hole play win oe nein Monday and the 36-hole 36-hole 36-hole finals Tuesday, according to Jack Led-won, Led-won, Led-won, of Encanto golf course. Bulla. Phoenix resident and pro at Westmoreland Country Club at Pittsburgh, trounced par last year for his title. Ledwon said entries will be accepted accepted at the first tee Monday and a good field already has entered. There will be no gallery admission. Corcoran Raps PGA Group As Dictatorship MIAMI, Fla., Nov. 24 (AP) Frpd Corcoran, a golf authority for more than 15 years, proposed Saturday that the Professional Golfers Association withdraw from tournament management. He suggested that a national committee of sponsors be organized organized to set up schedules and approve approve tournaments. Corcoran. PGA tournament man- man- ager tor years ending in xan, now is managing a tour ot professional professional women golfers. He said he made his suggestion regarding PGA "for the good of goii; i nave nothing to gain." "Professional tournament golf must be divorced from the politics- politics- ridden PGA and be completely reorganized reorganized for competitive golf to survive," said Corcoran. "The PGA should devote itself to the affairs of its members and sponsor only one tournament a yearthe PGA National Championship." Championship." Corcoran termed the PGA a dictatorship dictatorship which steps in on a tournament tournament after all the groundwork plans, publicity, money raising has been done, and then tells the local sponsors how to run the event. FALKENBURG LOSES MATCH BUENOS AIRES. Nov. 24 (AP) Fausto Gardini of Italy defeated Bob Falkenburg, Los Angeles. 11-9, 11-9, 11-9, 3-6. 3-6. 3-6. 6-4. 6-4. 6-4. 6-1, 6-1, 6-1, Saturday to gain the final round of the Argentina men's singles tennis championship. J. Morea advanced when Felicisimo Ampon of the Philippines was forced to withdraw because of a sprained ankle. Lauricella mg and tackling or the Tennessee forwards. The combination made it possible possible for Gen. Bob Neyland, coach of Tennessee, to continue his record record of never having lost to Kentucky Kentucky in 20 contests. During this long period the Wildcats have counted but 24 points. THE DEFEAT was the fourth this season for Kentucky and its great quarterback. Babe Parilli. ended his scheduled varsity career without ever having completed a touchdown pass against Tennessee although the young man has thrown more scoring flips than any player in history. Tennessee, brilliantly methodical, methodical, pounded to touchdowns in each period while Kentucky mounted only two serious threats. One died on the 14-yard 14-yard 14-yard line and tlie other on the one-foot one-foot one-foot line. Lauricella gained 133 yards for Tennessee in. 17 tries along the ground, he threw one scoring pass, and averaged 34.5 yards on four kicks, , one an 18-yarder 18-yarder 18-yarder which bounded out of bounds on the 2L TENNESSEE KENTUCKY Tennessee soorin: Kozar. KaseU. (2i. 7 7 7 728 0 0 0 0 0 Touchdowns Payee, Conversions Rechi- Rechi- crab (4). tailback. ON THE ASC side of the ledger, the Devils' running game functioned functioned well mst of the night, but Harold Self and Dick Mackey could never get a passing attack warmed up enough to pose a threat. The first half mostly was Wyoming Wyoming in the air. The Waddies made 103 yards that way and 122 on the ground, while the Devils, playing their last game of the season, season, made 140 yards rushing. Half-time Half-time Half-time score was 13 to 0 for the Pokes. Thine:? might have been different different if the first Sun Devils play in the ball game had worked. Coach Larry Siemering sent in. Mackey at the fullback spot, a new position for the freshman. STATISTICS ASC Wyoming 16 139 195 it 9 Z 40.8 n 4.1 First riowns KushinK ardase Passing Yardage Passes Attempted Passes Completed Passes Intercepted Punts Punt Averace Fumbles list Yards Penalized 18 Zi i: 12 :i l 1 39. 10 and he tried a quick pass to Gene Mitcham in the clear on the sidelines, sidelines, but the ball flipped over his fingertips, just out of reach. THAT FAILED to stop the Devils' Devils' spirit and they marched from their own 20 down to the Wyoming Wyoming 26 in seven running plays before before Harley Cooper bobbled the ball and Wyoming recovered. The Devils made almost 100 yards more on the ground during the- the- contest than did Wyoming. The difference came in the air where Wyoming picked up 185 yards compared to 13 for the Devils, but ASC made IS first downs to 16 for the Pokes. The Devils' defense just couldn't cover McConnell adequately, and he hauled in enough passes to hurt. One went for 51 yards to set up the final score. DEFENSIVELY on the ground ASC's Sam Duca. Andy Matesic. Earl Putman, Keith Gunville and Tom Fallon, teamed with their secondary to hold the Cowboys down. On one series of downs. Duca, Matesic and Putman speared Spaulding and highly-regarded highly-regarded highly-regarded Harry Goldien for losses on three plays and the Pokes found themselves themselves with 34 yards to go on fourth down. The Cowboys opened -the -the contest contest by taking the kickoff on fheir own 22. They picked up two first downs to the 40 before the Devils held, but Spaulding quick-kicked quick-kicked quick-kicked on third down to catch the Devils flatfooted. The ball rolled to the ASC 20. That's where the Sun Devils' first drive started and after the razzle dazzle pass play failed Marv Wahlin, Duane Morrison and Cooper carried until he fumbled on Wyoming's 32. FROM THERE Spaulding ran on six plays and passed to McConnell McConnell twice for the first Wyoming touchdown. A 15-yard 15-yard 15-yard penalty during during the series against the Waddies didn't faze them. Lyle Covington converted his first of two. The rest of the first quarter was about even. The teams entered the second with Wyoming on ASC's 47, but Mitcham intercepted a : Spaulding pass on his own 22. Bob Tarwater fumbled on the 32 io stop that drive, Wyoming re covering. But the Cowboys didn t move past the 19. The ball changed hands twice and the Devils started to march, but a Self pass was intercepted intercepted on ASC's 43 by Darwin Dunn. Spaulding passed twice, once to Ted Layman, and the other to McConnell for the touchdown. A bad pass from center spoiled the conv ersion and it was 13-0. 13-0. 13-0. ' THE DEVILS took the second half kickoff on their own 38 and put on a sustained drive that hit paydirt in 17 running plays, shared by Cooper and Wahlin. Wahlin moved over from the one-inch one-inch one-inch line. Tom Sanson converted. That made it 13-7 13-7 13-7 and the spec tators were delirious in roaring their delight. Both sides held a series of downs. but then the cagy Spaulding heaved to McConnell, who slipped in behind Mitcham as he was trying trying to intercept and McConnell ran to the ASC 10 for 51 yards before he was hauled down. On the next play Spaulding lunged over. The fourth quarter was played on even terms with Spaulding and Mackey engaging in a punting duel, neither, side being able to start much of a drive. WYOMING 7 6 7 O 20 ASC O. O 7 O 7 Wyoming sennn. touchdowns : Spaulding Spaulding 2. McConneif. Conversion. Covington Covington 2. ASC scoring. Touchdown: Wahlin. Conversion. Sanson.