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I THE ONCOPIN Marvin Phillips, " C, " Guard " rinky " " Rinky " served his first year on the varsity squad this year. As guard, he filled the position well, and we are expecting " Rinky " to share in many victories next year. Glenn Crawford, " C, " End " ham " There was not a man on the team who worked harder than " Ham " did this year; neither was there a man who was more sincere or conscientious. Crawford made a very excellent end. Lloyd Clanton, " C, " End " clanton " This is Clanton ' s first year to letter in football. He played well and was always eager to get in the thickest of the fray. Graduation bars him from the gridiron next fall. Marshall May, " C, " Tackle " dummy " Although this was " Dummy ' s " first year on the team, he proved his worth as a football man on the defense, and he is also an aggressive player on the offense. He was not only a skilled player, but he also possesses the fighting spirit and a de- termination to win regardless of odds. As he graduates this year, Dummy will be greatly missed from the 1927 squad. ■ « W 161
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THE YONCOPIN P CENTENARY COLLEGE 6— ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY 33 When the referee ' s whisfe hlew for the kick-cff s ' x of the varsity ' s regulars were on the side lines because of injuries. In a sea of mud and constant rain the Gents played well the first half although they held the small end of a 13 to 6 score. The six points were made by a sensa- tional eighty-yard run by Letteer from kick-off, just following Arkansas ' first touchdown, which was made by picking up a fumble in mid-fie ' d by a Razorback end. Captain Rebsamen played a wonderful game rgainst his former h ' gh school chum, Cap- tain Bozeman. It happened that these two boys went through high school together, and on their college teams they were both captains and played center position. CENTENARY COLLEGE 14— OKLAHOMA STATE TEACHERS 10 Before a large crowd at the State Fair Grounds, the Gents again defeated the strong Oklahoma Teachers by the score of 14-10. One of the great achievements of the season was the startling fake play, based on a supposed place kick which proved to be a forward pass. Smith to Hamel. Deamond Roach and his followers, together with the fans, could scarcely realize that their seemingly sure victory had been turned into a defeat. Great head-work in tight places in this game plainly revea ' ed the earnest work of the coaches. WW 160
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«THE YONCOPIN! CENTENARY COLLEGE 7 ' LOUISIANA TECH Centenary, by a margin of seven points, defeated its old rival here Ar- mistice Day. The 7,000 fans saw the Gentlemen play as brainy a game of football as was ever played in this part of the country. A well planned hidden ball play was responsible for Letteer ' s fifty-five yard run around left end. Only once did the Bulldogs really come in close scoring distance. We can truly say that Tech fought a good fight and went down in defeat bravely, but when we think of the Gents, we say with pride that it was a glori- ous victory. - tr ' ■ 162
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