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Resurging Cowboys Clout Arizona Wildcats, 3 5-7 By JACK DURHAM REPORTER-NEWS SPORTS EDITOR A big and vicious Hardin-Simmons Cowboy eleven, strik ing with the speed and fury.of a Fatten Third Army tank corps, i roared back into the victory column at Fair Park stadium last night in vanquishing University of Arizona's Wildcats by 35 to 7 before a crowd of 6,500 home towners · who gaped with awe at this new Cowboy power machine in its first appearance on home soil. The impressive Cowboy victory left little doubt but that the 1947 Cowboy possesses even greater qualities than Coach Warren Woodson's Alamo Bowl champions of last year, de spite a 19 to 12 loss to San Jose's Spartans in an intersectional clash last week that ended a Rancher victory string of 22 c o n s e c u t i.y'e games. The Cowboys shook loose two ·peedsters in their slashing ground attack that had Arizona tacklers grabbing in thin air. Wilton Davis, STORY IN FIGURES H-SU Al I( First Downs 365 Yds. Gained Rushing 31 Yds. Lost Hushing 3"of 7 Passes Comp.. Yds. T2 Yds. Gained Passing O 1 - Passes Intercep. By 6 for 44.8 No. Punts, Avf. 7-for 83 Penalties 0' Fumbles 1 ' Fumbles Recovered 162 23 7 ol 19 « for 32 3 for 2n 3 the Austin freshman with the flying feet and wiggling hips, and Nolan Harvey, the California jackrabbit, swept around Arizona's flanks «nd through gaping holes in the Pigt 1C Sunday Morning, October 12, 1947 SOUTHWEST Ha rain-Simmons 33, Arizona 7 ACC 14. S'wfitcrn 0 HHrdin 20. McMurry 0 eat Texas State 14. Texas Mines 0 Texas Tech 14, Tulsa 1 Baylor 17. Arkansas.9 Rice 33. Tulane 0 Texas 34, Oklahoma 14 ' FAR WEST Washington 27, St. Mary's 6 Oregon State S3. Idaho S Missouri' 21. Colorado 0 Oklahoma City University 69, Colorado College 6 UCLA 24, Oregon 7 Michigan State 21. Washington State 7 Mississippi State 21, University of Sa: Francisco 14 Wyoming 53, Colorado School of Wyomii Mine SHOW POWER, SPEED Johnson an" ran^widt 'a? left en? "That both may prove equally as dangerous to Hardin-Simmons' foes as the memorable Rudolph "Little Doc" Mobley was of little doubt in the minds of the 6,500 who gathered in the warm, October night air, expecting to witness a battle royal that turned into a near rout. Virgil "Dugie" Turner, the Sweetwater law who claims the bruising all-professional Bulldog Turner, as his brother, let it be known that he is nearly equally as dangerous a runner as he rushed tpV the opening touchdown on the fourth play from scrimmage to ·et the Cowboys out in front. Power and speed were the Cowboy trademarks employed to stun the fighting Wildcats from start to- finish. · T h e Wildcats, fearing Davis would pull one of Ms kickoff re; turn touchdown jaunts for which ; he is already known, kicked off to the side and End Bob McChesney was downed on the Cowboy 33. Harvey broke around right end for 12--yards to the 45 and. Davis, taking one o£ the deadly shovel laterals from Johnson, raced for 19. yards to the Arizona 36. Dugie Turner broke thru right guard and traveled 36-yards to pay dirt before th[e somewhat amazed Wildcats Joiew what was happening. CATS STORM BACK (Arizona stormed back with «n offensive flash which appeared wpuld end only with a score as Hall got 15 yards on the first play frjbm scrimmage after the kickoff and Art Pollard picked up 14 more at right end, giving the visitors a first down on the Cowboy 24. But the Ranchers rared back on thj-ir haunches and dug in taking the ball on downs four plays later on their own 16. Johnson punted cm third down to Arizona's 34 and Pollard quick kicked over the HSU goal. -' Late in the first quarter Arizona's Shanty Hogan fumbled the white leather on his 25 stripe but in;the scramble the ball was knock 1 ed back to the Arizona 12 where the alert Davis pounced on it. In just : four plays, after Davis, Turner and J6hnson got to the 3-yard stripe, Davis took a wide lateral from Johnson and flashed around left end for the touchdown. This same lateral, with Johnson flipping the ball wide to the runner, proved good for yardage against the visitors whenever it appeared. Coach Mike Casteel fired in an entire new eleven at this stage- but they too felt the sting of the .powerful Rancher attack early in the second stanza. After the Wildcats' Art Pollard had booted to midfield and a roughing penalty set the 'Pokes back another 15, the Hickory Street boys began to move again. Turner, in; two tries, had a first on the 45 arid Davis, wiggling and squirming loose from tackier after tackier, picked up, 14 and a first down on the Arizona 40,' as the period ended. SCORE A G A I N Turner smashed for 10 as the second round opened, but another IScyard penalty set them back to the Arizona 46. Quarterback Al Johnson, the old reliable around whom, the Rancher attack functions, dropped back and lossed a 24*yard pass to Bob McChesney, whose catch was of Ihe sensational nature, and Harvey, who · was rushed in from the bench, put his heels to work for 10 at. left end, going to the 12. Da^is" and big for the marker. Moments later after the Cowboy: had recovered another Arizona fumble they were on the Wildca 8 stripe, but another holding penalty put a crimp in their touch down drive. The Arizonans surged back in the third frame to tally on a drive beginning on their own 47. Fre( Enke Jr.. a substitute left hal who came in to share what Arizona offensive brilliancy there was with Fullback Charlie Hall, sparked the Wildcat scoring drive. He tossed one 17 yard pass, to Hall then hit End John Smith with a 11-yard toss, while lugging the hall for 5 himself on one try.2 Quarterback Shanty Hogan used the quarterback sneak-to go over from the two and Joe Goff added the point from placement. It was enough to arouse the Cowboy ire--already aflame over the San Jose loss. The Cowpokes struck back after taking the short kickoff to the Wildcat 44. Davis squirmed for 12 at left end and Turner Troke loose at tackle again for 17 yards. Davis and Turner alternated in going to the 4, and the Austin freshman plugged over from there. The final Cowboy tally was the one that stole the show as it brought out beautiful blocking and teamwork with Harvey doing a brilliant piece of running. H A R V E Y GETS LOOSE Hardin-Simmons had stopped another Arizona threat on the nine yard line and iri an exchange of punts,.got possession of the ball on the Arizona 45. Ray Troutman lost a .yard at tackle, then Harvey streaked around back beautifully right end, to his left with his mates surging in front of him in a blocking exhibition led by Co-Captain Bullet Cook, whizzed 46 yards'to the final stripe. Harvey shook off several tackier on his run, which had the pres box scouts scratching their'head after seeing Davis explode wit his speed earlier. "End Bob McChesney displaye one other great pass snagging ex hibition back in that second peripc a 22-yard heave from Johnson. Th big gold shirted eleven put it forward passing secrets on th shelf after the first two periods however, and did not take to th airways a-single time in the tjvo quarters. Big Tommy Proctor's toe ac counted for each and every on of the extra points in this conteS that saw the Cowboys make bu few mistakes and emerge as big ger threats than ever to marcl hack to that coveted Border Con ference crown. ARIZONA - POB L E LT Hardin Indians Jolt McM, 20-0 By DICK TARPLEY Kepnrter-Xewi Stuff Writer COYOTE STADIUM, WICHIT FALLS. Oct. 11--Babes in the Te as conference, the Hardin colleg Indians nevertheless proved to 1 bruising infants as they ove powered the McMurry Indians 2 0, before 7,000 fans here tonigh McMurry had been assigned th task of initiating the Hardin Ret skins, into the Texas confer football fold, but the initiatin party could not match the hug Hardin line's play most of tl night. The Abilene eleven threatehe three times, missed a field goa attempt from the Hardin 5-yar line, and outgained the Wichit STOUT IN FIGURES MARDIN McMURR First Downs Yds Gained Rushini Yds. Lost Rushing f! of 12 Passes Completed 3 ol i Yds. Gained Passfnf Passes Intercepted By B for 46 · No Punts. Avf. 7 for 4 4 for 40 Penalties 8 tor Fumbles Fumbles Recovered* Salisbury Varner Kner. Corbitt LG . c B G R T RE 2 B H B-Sl Bole Procto Ellisor Clevelam Enilan Hall Arizona . H-SU ... - -ing: Touchdo- -Davin Ro\v Cook Harvey 7 0 -- 7 7 7--35 [3i, Tur Points . ._ 5r. Arizona: Goff. Substitutions: Arizona: Backs--Goff Scott. Hoftan, Rubel. Ahee. Enke. Tack- ctt. Centers--Corbitt, Convene. Guards --Richardson, Morrison, Dyer. Tackle; --Kcllej', Henson. Ends--Smith. Bennett, Hardin Simmons: Backs--Kirby, Henninger. Troutman, Allen. Bailey, Turner. Ends--Burns. .Sorrell. M.' Steadman. J. W. Steadman. Biddy.. Tackles-- Hillln. Taylor, Raphelt, Cooper. Guards --Clardy. Frost. Bailey, Smith. Centers-- . . - e s . finesman, Harry Phillips 'Tevasj; judee. W. W. Connelly iTCUi. FAIR PARK SUPPER CLUB W R E S T L I N G 8:00 P. M. WEDNESDAY ALL STARS One Night Elimination , . . Winner To Meet, th* World's Champion LeROY McGUIRK WRESTLE ROYAL Ken Mayne vs. Bull McEvin Ace Abbott vs. Gene Blakely Tht Winner to Meet the Champion WEDNESDAY NIGHT, OCT. 22 Fafr Perk Supper, Club, Abilene Tails club on the ground, but ate, successful Hardin passing al -ack and a back-firing McMurr. aerial offensive -- plus that big jruising Hardin line--turned th ide for the Wichitans, Two -of the throe Hardin touch lowns were set up by pass inter :eptions and the other came on a 'A yard sustained drive in \vhicl lasses played an important role. Neither team could make any iead\vay during the first period iardin making one first down am tfeMurry failing to count a single irst- down in the entire first half MISS F I E L D GOAL But the McMurry Indians got th irst scoring opportunity early in he second period, End Robert "Ells pouncing on a fumble by Bil iraveley on the Hardin 14-yarc inc. Sampson, McMurry's only sue essful yard gainer of the night, eeled off nine yards in two plays iirough the center of the stoui fa'rdin line to .the Hardin 5, anc len little Troy Kegans failed to ain on a .quarterback sneak, tpyce Smith was rushed intd* the ame to try a field goal, hut the ick was blocked, Hardin .taking ver on its 10. After an exchange of long punts McMurry took over on its own 46 Floren Hoefer dropped back; to pass, was rushed badly, and the toss Miss. Stale Dumps Dons By 21 to 14 SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 11--ifl-- Aggressive Mississippi State, scoring touchdowns in the last three periods and playing heads-up foot- hall all the way, turned in a 21 to H upset win over hitherto undefeated University of San Francisco today. The Maroons from the Old South ran the bulkier Dons dizzy with a devastating ground attack. It was the fourth straight victory, for Mississippi State over San Francisco since they started their series. Two fleet, hard-running halfbacks, Shorty McWilliams and Harper Davis paced the Maroons. They rolled up long gains, tackled fiercely and McWilliams' punting was a big factor. was intercepted by Graveley on his own 45. Graveley sped down the sidelines 23 yards after the catch to the McMurry 32 to set up Hardin's first half score. Jack Barry passed to Graeley for 20 yards to the 12 and after two plays lost two yards,, with Truman Nix slipping through to nail Williams for a loss on second down, Hardin's Jimmy Williams dropped back with beautiful protection to toss a 14-yard touchdown pass to Graeyley, who made a diving catch as he fell across the goal line. Bobby Rogers' extra point try was blocked, and the clubs went to the showers five plays later for half time intermission. Hardin came back strong in the third period, driving 64. yards in 14 plays, including two important passes for 7 and one thirty yards to score the first time it got the ball. Joe Dean Tidwell, Hardin's powerful line-plunger drove over from the 2-yard line for the first of his two scores of the night. Rogers kicked the-first of his :wo successful extra point attempts .o put Hardin into a 13-0 lead. I N D I A N S BOUNCE BACK McMurry came right b a c k , chalking up its first down of the night on the first play after the next kickoff, Sampson driving over eft tackle for 12 yards to his own 41. Regans, however, was smothered for big losses as he was badly ·ushed on attempts to unleash his southpaw passes so Vernon Townsend dropped back to kick. His long 43-yard punt was fumbled and end Wes Daniel fell on t on the Hardin 45 to set up McMurry's second scoring threat of he night. Sampson carried five straight times for 24 yards to give McMurry second down and 2 yards o go on Hardin's 11 as the quarter :nded. But- the Hardin line buckled' to start the fourth quarter as it spill- id Sampson and Bob Reilly for mccessive three-yard losses to the .7. Daniel then dropped Town- iend's long fourth-down pass on he goal line to end the potential ouchdown. After Hardin kicked out and Mc- tlurry drew a 15-yard clipping pen- Ity, the visiting Indians complet- d a Townsend to Hall pass for yards to the Hardin 38. The hreat died quickly however as ack Barry intercepted a Townend heave on his own 15 and re- urned it beautifully to midfield. lardin then started a 50-yard rive for touchdown No. 3 com- leting on a 16-yard pass to the IcMurry 24 and a 23-yard toss the one to cover most of the ardage. Tidwell went over from he McMurry two after Hardin had rawn an offsides penalty. McMurry reeled off four straight rst downs, gained chiefly on runs y Sampson and Brad Rowland, ollowing the next kickoff, but the nal whistle terminated " that breat on the Hardin 19. Starting lineups and sum AHDIN POI, oftin LE mlth LT igham LG c H G K T R E £1 R H F B ____ IBS 6 University of Nevada 91, University of Portland (Orel G Arizona State (Flagstaff) 12, Weitern Colorado 8 Whitworth 20, Carroll 7 Trinity University 64, Daniel Baker 7 East Texas State 27, Stephen F. Aus- Trlnity 64, Daniel Baker 7 North Texas Aggies 14, Lai ____ _ New Mexico U. 20, New Mexico Af- giea -0 " Texas AL 13. Univ. of Houston 0 SOUTH Georgia Tech 20. V. M. I. 0 University of Tennessee 28, Chattanooga 7 South Carolina 26, Furman 8 Washington and Lee 15,''George Washington o Wake Forest 19, North Carolina 7 William and Mary 21, Virginia Tech 7 South Carolina State 13, Lane 12 nandolph-Macon 7, Gulford 6 Quantico Marines 23, Davis and El- klhs 0 Alabama 26, Duquesne 0 Auburn 20, Florida 14 Vanderbile 10, University of Mississippi 6 Virginia 47, Harvard 0 Fort Valley State College 0, Knoxville 0 (tie) Shaw 71. St. Paul 0 Handolph Field 33, Corpus Chriiti . Navy 6 Norfolk Naval Station 26, Philadelphia Naval Station 0 Jacksonville Naval Air Station 37. Cherry Point Marines 0 , Stetson University 27, Southwestern (Memphis) 0 Washington Lee 35, George Washington 6 Kentucky 20. Georgia 0 MIDWEST Michigan 69. Pittsburgh 0 Southern California 32, Ohio State 0 Wooster 13. Kent 6 Sewanee 40, Kenyon 0 Webster Reserve 20. Ohio U. 7 St. John's iMinn) 20, St. Mary's IWin- ona, Minn.. 13 Kalamazoo 26. Alma 0 iDePamv 13. Rochester 12 Pittsburgh Teachers 0, Fort Hays State 0 (tie) Western Michigan 20, Central Michigan 12 Iowa 27, Indiana 1-1 ' Minnesota 37. Northwestern 31 Notre Dame 22, Purdue 7 California 48. Wisconsin f Nebraska 14. Iowa State 7 North Dakota University 47, Manitoba University 0 East Oklahoma AM College 28, Mur- ies 7 , South Dakota State 8 Barnett reen ames Barnett Barry ogers ravley dwell Score by periods: cMurry McMURRT R. Ellis Bynum Nix Jowell .Cowan Halle Hoe/er E. C. Barry Rowland R. Smith 0 0, ft-- 0 in 0 8 7, 7--20 oring--Touchdowns. Graveley (on from WJIHams), Tfdwell 2. Points ter touchdown, Roger* (2). Substitutions: McMurry -- Kegans, m, Patterson. , Daniel, Austin, . Hollnday, Reilly. Frazier, Town- nd. " -din -- Powers, Robert Callan, Wil-._, H. W. Callan, Elliott, Dcveral ncs. Delmer Jones, Stewart, McKene. Kay*. Officials: Referee -- Charles Barry CU.t. Umpire -- Tom Sawyers iTrin- . Head Linesman -- Otha Tiner GUI. Field J u d Ke ~p e t e Acker .SMU'. . Plalteville Teachers 13, Oshkonh Teachers 0 Heidelberg 14. Otterbein B Washington University 35, Obcrlin 7 Miami iOhiol-33. Bowling Green 19 Hanover 26, Anderson 7 Indiana State 21. Southern Illinois 8 Peru *Ncbi Teachers 0, Wayne Teachers 0 itiet Butler 21. St. Joseph dndl 0 Indiana Central 14, Manchester 12 Southern Methodist 21, Oklahoma Ag- gies 14 Wheaton 32. Carthage 7 Illinois Wcsleyan 17. Elmhurst 0 Wabash 21. Lake Forest 6 Northern Illinois State 21, Michigan Normal 6 Wichita 21, Drake 13 Ball State 18, Valparaiso 14 Dakota We5leynn 31, Huron College 7 Knox ID. Lawrence 13 Capital 14. Hiram C Iowa Teachers 33, Emporta (Kas) State Teachers 6 EAST ' Temple 12. Syracuse 28 Western Maryland 21, Catholic T St. Lawrence 21, Ithaca 6 John Hopkins 25. Washinjrton College 0 West Virginia Tech 13, Glenville 0 Hartwick 20, Hamilton 0 Muhlenburg f.7, Swarthmore 7 By Tlin ASSOCIATED PRESS Navy 14, Duke 14 (tie| R. P. I. 40. Williams 0 Boston University 38, New York University 7 Penn State 75. Fordham 0 Pennsylvania 32. Dartmouth 0 Army 0. Illinois 0 (tie) Springfield 42. Norwich t) New Wampshlre 28. Maine T Bowdin 8. Amherst 8 Bates 12, Tufts 7 i Coast Guard Academy 20, Colby B Yale 17. Columbia 7 Wesleyan 12. Connecticut 0 Massachusetts 33. Worchester Tech ft Trinity .11. Middlebury 7 Lafayette 14, Gcttysberg 13 Villanova 13. Holy Crosn 8 Brown 55. Rhode Island Stat* 8 Colgate Freshman 34, Cornell Freshmen ]4 Union 20, Vermont 7 Delaware 13. Bucknell 13 nutRers 13. Princeton 7 West Virginia 60. Waynesburg T Franklin and Marshall 41, Lebanon Valley 0 , Shippensnufg Teachers 12, East Stroudsbure Teachers 7 Cornell 27. Colgate 18 Allegheny .14. Dickson 14 (tie) Lehigh 7, Drexel n Lincoln University 20. Delaware State 7 Slippery Rock (Pa Teachers 23, Edinboro (Pal- Teachers 0 Buffalo 54. Hobart 0 West Virginia State 13, Kentucky State 9 Mnntclair Teachers 7, Klutztown (Pa) Teachers, 0 HIGH SCHOOL (Houston) 13, Austin West Texas Whips Miners CANYON, Tex., Oct. 11-(M- West Texas'State broke the drouth tonight with a well-earned 14-0 victory over hitherto unbeaten Texas Mines In a Tjorder .conference game. ·: West Texas made 10 first downs and Mines 7 and rolled up 231 yards rushing and passing to 337 for the visitors. It was West Texas' State's first ivin in four starts. 3-AAVS. 1-AAIN TEST OF STRENGTH Odessa-Amarillo Scrap Tops Friday High Grid Schedule By BILL CHICK, Relative slrenglh in Districts 3- A and 1-AA will get a four-way est in upcoming schoolboy grid- ron clashes next weekend, with a uartet of games hooked between lubs in the two conferences. Odessa's high-flying Bronchos, urrently the No. 1 team in the tate as well as lop aggregation District 3, EO against the un- cfcatcd Amarillo Sandstorm, Dis- rict 1 kingpin, in the spotlight Hractlon on Friday's high school ard. Both undefeated and untied, dessa has a far more Impressive ecord to date than has the Sand- storm. In five games this season, the red-shifted Bronchos have run roughshod over as many opponents, rolling up 185 points while holding the opposition to 28. Amarillo, on Ihe other hand, has won four games in a row--all by Bandies opened with a 13-7' win over Childrcss, edged -Abilene'* Eagles, 6-0 nipped Paschal (Fort Worth) 13-6, and eked out a 14-7 triumph over Dcnlson Friday night. In another top scrap between members of the (wo districts, Abilene, with a record of three losses and one tic, journeys to Lubbock to meet the 1-AA Westerners who thus far have dropped tophcavy decisions to Odessa, North Side (Fort Worth) and Austin, while battling to tics with San Angelo (13-13) and Borger (Ml. Rounding out the inter-district schedule, Brownficld of 1-AA treks to Big ' Spring, and 1-AA Plainview jaunts to Swcetwater to meet the surprising Mustangs who Friday knocked over Midland, 19-0. Getting down to serious conference business, San Angclo's Bobcats, who have won two, lost one and tied one in warmup tilts, open their conference schedule against La mesa at San Angclo. Midland's Bulldogs, after absorbing a 1!)-0 loss at the hands of Sweetwater last week, are idle Friday. ACC 'Cats Roll to Fourth ight; Bop BUGS, 14-0 By DICK ELAM GEORGETOWN, Oct. 11 -- Abilene Christian college Wildcats, aided by a rockwall defense that never Jet the Southwestern Pirates penetrate inside the Abilenians 23- yard line, kept their unbeaten record unblemished as they powered over Southwestern university l'4-O here tonight. While the Cats were demobilizing the Buccaneers' offense the visitors accounted for tallies in the first and second halves. The clinching touchdown came in Ihe fourth quarter on Bill Carter's 5-yard run over left guard, the longest and most sensational play if the hard-fought Texas conference :ilt that saw nine penalties assessed. Carter went over his own left guard on a quick opening T play, sicked up three blockers, and using :hem worked past mid-field where le found the sidelines and followed it to the goal. The first ACC tally came in the second quarter, Mick Mason push ing over' from the one-yard lln to culimate a Cat drive from th Southwestern 38-yard line. Th Cats, who had been threatehln, throughout the period, look th ball across Iri six plays during th march. L I . t t 1 e. Johnny Mason Mick's younger brother, f r o m Plainvlcw, aided'the big drive wit! two twisting, swivel hipped runs one good for 10 yards and the btlie netting/eight'. Redheaded Charlie Morris kick cd both of the. extra points. The score might have been 21 ti 0 had not it' 1 'been for an bfficia ruling. In the third quarter V. T Smith broke loose on a double re verse from the Pirates' 25-yard line, and aided by a brilliant run ning-block by Earl G. Wolsbn went all the way. The official called clipping on Wilson's important block and the ball went back to the' 45-yard stripe. Although speedster V: T. Smith Cadets, Illinois Battle to Draw NEW YORK, Oct.. 11--«_A pow- rful Illinois eleven pushed Army all over Yankee stadium in oday's biggest gridiron battle, but Point defended their goal line ten- ciously and at the conclusion it le rough struggle . before 65,000 le two undefeated elevens settled or a scoreless tie. Repeatedly the_Rose Bowl champions from Champaign drove deep into Cadet territory, once, missing a field goal from the 15-yard "line and again piling up on the Army seven, while Hie Cadets, showing no passing attack whatever, made only one puny gesture it the III- ni goal. Army thus completed Its 31st successive game without a loss and only two scoreless ties to mar the great string, but few of those in today's crowd were ready to place the latest model from the Plains in quite the same class with the Blanchard-Davis machine of the past three seasons. The Cadets did not complete a single pass today, and attempted only one in the second halt. ..Illinois, itself working on an eight - game winning s t r e ' a k , brought East a rugged, hard-tackling line which stopped Army's running.attack cold when it counted. Their big and fast backs, led by Russ.Sieger, and: Art Duffle- meier, repeatedly threatened to rip through to scores, but never quite brought it · off. Jim..Rawers, rangy Army end, saved .the day for Army with .one fine tackle i n . the-first quarter. Lawn Longhorns Nip St. Joseph, 13 to 6 The Lawn High school Longhorns Mlon , « hard fought game over the St. Joseph's'Bulldogs at McMurry stadium Friday afternoon, 13-6.'' · '· . Near the/end o f ' . t h e second quarter, Don Ham'of the lionghorns took a pass from Edwards on the 20 and ran for the first touchdown, and in the'third period the Bulldogs passed to paydirt to knot the count at 6-6. Late Jn the fourth the Longhorns clinched the decision when Edward tossed to May behind, the goal line. Try for extra point was good. also thrilled the fans with a slippery 45-yard punt return Smith stood out for the Cats on pass defense. His interceptions stopped two Pirate semi-threats, one of which had been aided by an interference ruling on .the ACC 23- yard line in the first half. The hard-charging Abilene line played havoc with the Southwest- STORY IN FIGURES SOUTHWESTERN 10 First Downs 177 Yds. Gained Rushing 1 of 7 Passes Comp. 31 v Yds. Fassinf 1 Passes Intercepted 87 6 for 33 No. Punts. Avf. 5 for 33 Penalties * Fumblem 0 Tumbles Recovered erh razzle-dazzle running game. la the first half tackle Billy Joe Purser spilled Joe Evans back near the 10 to set up the first touchdown.- Again in the fourth quarter Captain Joe Akins got in front, .of a Buccaneer lateral to end another scoring attempt. Then' Don Hardage and Fred Stirman broke through to smother an attempted Statue of Liberty play and take away the ball.' ( . Frank Butler of the Pirates was a thorn in the left side of the ACC Jne throughout the game. Despite Brilliant running by scatback Dewey. Baker and Allin Means the Cats completely bottled up the local at: ack, . Starting lineup* and luminary : ' rant Culwell larda POL LE LT LG R G RT R E QB B 'WE STERN - Cobh . Chafin Moore Hanhaburier Butler Mumm* Sprinjtleld frank Fruncla Jonai ' Evani o .T 0 7--1* 0 0 0 ' 0-- 0 ACC: Maton, lardaee StovaiT Stirman lannah :»rter Smith JIH Mason FB Scora by periods: ACC , Southwestern ....... . . .Scoring: Touchdow barter. Points after touchdown: Morrii, 2. Substitutions: ACC-- Morris, J. Maion, MeClure. Conner. Brown, Puner, Jfta- ffan, McKeever. Womack, Coffee, Brues. Carmen, Williams. Rushing, Orr. Southwestern: McDonald,- Hartley, Atkinson, Tolloway, Campbell, Trites, Heans, AI- son. Konelff, Acer hold. Officials: Taylor (Don Morris) referee; . A. O'Conner ist. Edwards!, umpire; R. H. Kercnville (Texas AIi held Hnei- t (Texas) Field Judge. Minnesota Wins MINNEAPOLIS. Oct ; 11-- (j*V- linnesota opened its 1947 Western Conference football campaign to- ay with a 37 to 21 triumph ovttf forthwestern. Minnesota's power was too much or the Wildcats to handle and moat f the Northwestern yardage was made with passes. The Gophers took n 16 to 0 leaf! n the first period on two -touch- owns and a safety and never were h serious danger. - ' ' ·" THIS PRICE TAG SAYS Compare the fabric by Pacific Mills . ,... Compare the tailoring by Rose Brother! Getting tight down to cases, your $45 buys · lot of. suit in Surrecwill. Surr£twill is an unusually distinctive all-wool cloth by Pacific Mills. 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