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Page 183 text:
CHARLIE PATTISON, Forward " Pat " is a real valuable cageman to the Gents. He played the game hard and his efforts were always effective. The Choctaws from Mississippi College, champions of the S. I. A. A. ushered in the home schedule for the Gents. The Choctaws brought to Shreveport the greatest basketball machine that has ever performed on the local floor. Centenary played a wonderful brand of basketball, but this was not enough to stop the tall boys from Mississippi College, who defeated the Gents in the first game 33 to 19 and had a stub- born battle to win the second game 34 to 27. ROBERT BROWN, Guard " Cracker " displayed much ability on the basketball court and contributed much to the strength of the team.
Page 182 text:
SHELDON TEER, Forward Teer was always ready to do his stuff when called upon. His play was valuable and effective. The varsity journeyed to Ruston to open their season against the old traditional enemy, L. P. I., and earned their names as Gents, defeating the L. P. I. in a sensational game 30 to 26. Pattison ' s eye for the basket and the floor work of Captain Smith was too much for the Louisiana District Champions. The next night the boys from Ruston were able to split even in the series with the Gents. The Gents ' next series was with the Stephen Austin Teachers College at Nacog- doches, Texas, where they donated the first game to them 32 to 38, but came back the next night to win 47 to 17. FILES BINION, Guard " Dutch " was always a hard player. The loss of his consistent skill will be a great blow to the Gents next season.
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POOLE CONNELL, Center At the jumping ' position Connell proved himelf a valuable cage athlete. The Gents will suffer a great loss by his graduation. Following the Choctaws came the Millsaps Majors, who the varsity defeated in two straight games, the first game 35 to 21 and the second game 34 to 27. The Panthers from Birmingham-Southern were the next for the Gent.s The Panthers again took a couple of games 36 to 20 and 34 to 22. The Gents experienced a very poor road trip, where they dropped two conference games, one to Mississippi College at Clinton and the other to Millsaps at Jackson. BEVERLY FAULK, Guard Faulk always did his share when called upon, and played his position with much skill.
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