The Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 4, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 3, 1951 Page: 4 of 4
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Bahnsen Scores Four TD s
As Eagles Crush Lobos
Hard-driving Kenneth Bahnsei
Renfro, Hobby Lankford, and Tom-1 Clint Briaeridlne, defensive half- Jim Mobley caught a 40-yard
led hi* Mfh-tcoriag mate* to th«dr my Pray, each cashing in for ono j back, eat up the first Eagle score; pass from Charles l,affoon for the
third overwhelm inK victory of the I
MiMD a« North Tom cruihtd the
Sut Ross Lobos Saturday night at
Bahnsen crashed over for four
touchdowni; as Coach Odu* Mitch
ell'a Eagles ran up • «2-« count
before some 4000 fans.
Assisting Bal.nsen in the scoring
were Jim Stuart. Kirk Drew, Ray
tally. /by intercepting a Hul Ross pass or; Lobos' only Mm. At half time the
The powerful attack of the his own 30 and advancing to the | KagUm sported a lop-sided 3ft-fl
North Texans crushed the I-oboa 40-yard line. ! margin.
opposition in the first half to Th« offensive eleven then march- In the second half Tommy Gray
score five touchdowns and five ax-1 *d to the Lotas' H, where Bahnsen raced 16 yards to the Sul Roas 16
tra points. Ciene Bahnsen. youngj racked up his first of four scores to put the North Texans in posi-
brother of Kenneth, practically through the middle. tion for their sixth touchdown,
made it a family affair by kicking Brisvndine also sat up the sec- Bahnsen took it from there and
eight extra points after the nine ' ond Eagle tally, covering a Sul j skipped over for his fourth tally.
NT, Midwestern Lead Loop
As Trinity Bows to H-SU
a?re-saason favorite of the Gulf j defending champions of the Lone
Coast conference, North Texa* Star conference, Sul Ross, B2-6
State, it living up to all expects j Elsewhere in loop play, Mid-
western kept its unblemished rec-
ord intact with a 34-12 victory oyer
The Eagles made it three in a
row Saturday night by blasting the
Grid men Escape
With One Injury
Following a rough-and-tumble
gam* with Sul Ross at Alpine last
Saturday night, the Eagle grid
squad haa only one injury, and that
a minor one, Trainer Nick Kana
kis reported this week.
Ross fumble on the Lobos' 24-yard Three minutas later Gray scored
„ . the seventh Eagle touchdown.
Flea plays later Bahnsen power- Brashier quarterbacked the Mitch-
ed over from the 2 for the second e,lnwl1 |nt(, for th(lir
touchdown. The 24-yard Eagle elghth couut0t ,n(1 th#n
march was parked by a 1,-yard th(f f|rive by hwivjnjf , 20.yard
itcamper by Renfro. paydirt pass to end Kirk Drew.
Taking urlvantftw* of another u ... . M .. f . .
l^bo fumble three minute, deep in H*,f "£k *Cor"d
the second quarter, the Eagles *e *"r hTe« touchdown ,n
drove to the flyurd line where the rn.ddle of the fourth quarter on
Bahnsen went over for his third * 7 y"nl UJ lmke **
n | score read North Texas 82, Sul
Defensive safety Bill Brashier
Austin college Trinity university r#turn#d „ >Su, Kwlw t 40 d, |
fell to a rugged Hardin-Himmons j u> mt ^ th|. fourth NT cmnU,r
eleven, 20-«. Quarterback Richard Harvey com-
A full schedule is on tap for pleted the drive with u 20-yard i
Friday njght. Midwestern tries coring .,r,al U. end Wendell |
Hnrdin Simmons at Wichita Falls, Swnnn
while Trinity journeys to Han Mar-
cos to tangle with Southwest Texas
The feature game of the week
finds North Texas State opening
its home schedule against an an-
cient rival. East Texas State. Last
l^tte in the second stanza, liar j
vey completed another touchdown j
pass, throwing to kenfro for 4Jt I
The Campus Chat
Yankees, NL Champions Meet
In Series Lid-Blaster Thursday
With the world champion New saaaon the flag
York Yankees Mtting idly by, the outcome of the Dodger-Ph. ly ,
New York Giants whipped the the third time the final contest
Brooklyn Dodgers 3-1 in the first went into extra innings, and tl
| of a three-game playoff Monday
for the National league flag, fol-
lowing the senior circuit's photo-
The Yanks cinched their third
third time a home run haa proved
For the Giants, it ha* bean an
uphill battle all the way, for on
May 16, they ware in the cellar,
consecutive pennant Friday, as and were 13 H gamaa behind the
Allie Reynolds hurled his second Dodgers on August 12.
no-hit, no-run game of the current
•eason, the second person in his- .
lory to accomplish such a feat.
But the NL outcome was in j
doubt until the last out of the
fourteenth inning of the Dodger- j
Philadelphia Philly game Sunday.
the final day of the regular season.
Brooklyn trailed U S Sunday go-
ing into the eighth, but the Bum*
fought back for three runs to knot
the score. By this time, the final
Wednetday, Oct. 3, 1951
Edited by Henry
SURE-FOOTED Tommy Gray
Fagle right halfback, damon-
viratft:. some of his "all the way
spirit thof he puts into every
play. Gray scored one Eagle
touchdown against Sul Ross at
Alpine Saturday night and set
jd another with a 15-yard run.
Photo by Bob MeCImid
Guard Walter O'Farrell received Texas ripped Louisiana
a bone bruise which may keep him state, 27-7.
idle a few daya., |n g^hweat conference, the
There were numerous minor cut*. University of Tex ax re. ked Purdue,
■crapes, and abrasions, but with n 0; Texas A and M stunned
the exception of O'Pariatl's bad Texan Tech, 20-7; Texas Christian
knee, injuries were more irritating humbled Nebraska. 2H-7; Arkansas
than damaging, Kanakis said. dumped Arixona State, 30-13; Rice
Fullback Ken Bahnsen is still bowed to Clem son. 20-14, and
nuraing a cold which has bothered Southern Methodist dropped a
him all season, b*it which has not spine-tiiigler to Ohio State. 7-0.
prevented him from playing. Baylor wn idle.
I'm Waiting Just
ellison's record shop
Dealers NT Fight Song
On the "Corner"
Week's Sports Activities Reach
IN ANI> OUTSIDE of North
Texan thin is what one might call
a week full of sports activities
The NT gridmen will be meeting
their old rival, East Texas State,
in a tilt to be played at H p.m. Fri-
day in Eagle stadium
THURSDAY NIGHT, the Ea
gle "B" team will take on Decatur
Haptist college in the first game of
the year. Thin contest will also be
played in Eagle stadium at 8 p.m.
MONDAY will mark the start of
the intramural football and sin-
gles tennis championship chases
A separate league will be main-
tained to determine a fraternity
football champ. A play-off will be
held among the three or four
leagues, including the fraternity
league, to determine the school
by Jere Cox
considered last year
TWO SOUTHWEST conference <Jil Bartosh
teams will begin their pennant greatest tailback since Dav-1 a
. u.j . , l, ey O'Brien by many of Tf l s
chase Saturday. The Arkansas Ra- , . r
, . .. . i T(.|. alumni, may have to get used to
xorbacka will take on the If l ... .f . .
sitting on the bench this season.
MALVIN FOWLER, who was
out the entire season with injuries j
received in the first minutes of s
Tt'lJ's opening game last year, has ;
begun to run wild at the tailback j
post in Meyer's spread formation
Regard leas of whether the play-
off goes two or three gamea, the
World aeries will begin Tburaday.
Dixie Series Play
i Striking for two runs in the
bottom of the alxth inning, the
Birmingham Barona edged the Tax-
score of the Giant victory over the a„ |eague champa, Houston, 3-2 to
Boston Braves had !>e«n posted even the f>ixie playoffs at
Minutes later, though, Jackie >|„n«itty night.
Robinson Masted a game-winning
home run in the top of the four-
teenth to break up the game.
Thin marked the third straight
B Team Opens Season,
Plays Decatur Baptist
Coach Odus Mitchell announced
early in the week that the "B"
team would take on Decatur Bap-
!ti«t college Thursday at 8 p.m. in
; Eagle stadium.
As yet Mitchell is uncertain of
his starting line, but the hack field
will be comprised of four fresh-!
| man liacks; Jack Hays, quarter-
back; Dean Renfro and Gene
Bahnsen, halfbacks, anil Phil Bow-1
I ers at fullback.
Mitchell added that several oth-
er schools have been contacted and
schedule is being arranged. I
With the Buffs leading 2-1,
George Wilson hit a home run with
one mate aboard to put the Barons
beck in the lead.
The Barona went out in front
with one run in the firat stanza,
but Houston roared back to go into
the lead with their two counters in
The fifth game, also at Birm-
ingham, was played Tuesday night
after the paper went to press. The
remaining games necessary to de-
cide the series will be played at
Houston tonight and possibly
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Horned Frogs in a battle under the
lights at Little Rock.
TO GET OFF the subject a
minute, it. seems that Tf'U Coach
Dutch Meyer is faced with an in-
teresting, if not great, problem in
his starting back field assignments.
Grid, Tennis Races Begin Monday
Intramural Director Pop Noah beginning Saturday, on the new j phoned to Walter Lindsey. Ted
announced this week that the mu
ral football race and singles tennis
tournament will begin Monday.
The football league will play
four games daily, Monday through
Thursday The games will !*• played
on four fields west of Ave E. be-
ginning at 4:15 p.m.
Schedules for both the football
and tennis races will be posted,
MEYER SAYS that both men
have too many talents to be wasted |
at it halfback spot and that having |
two of the best all-around backs j
in the Southwest conference on one !
team doe* pose a problem, whether j
you would believe it or not.
ROUNDING OUT the list of
the week's sport* activities is the >
beginning of the World series
Thursday in Yankee stadium and
It's The Season
To Send Her
men's gym and UB bulletin boards. Smith, Richard Smith, or Ray Lu
Expecting about .'Id teams, Noah cas at campus extension 37H. Gillis
said the touch football squads will ! Wythe, who is in charge of the
be divided into leagues of 10 teams j tennis tourney, can be reached at the winduji of the Dixie series to-
each, plus a fraternity league he j the same number. | night or Thursday at Houston
stressed that players on a frater- ■
uity team mu*t be members or j
pledges of that, fraternity.
Deadline for team entries is |
Thursday. All entries should be |
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