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$ l m wrmm M ' « s | J. L " Jake " Hanna " C " Outfield Robert " Cracker " Brown " C " Outfield Lefty Reaves Outfield Centenary cinched the game in the first two innings when four hits enabled the production of as many runs which would have sufficed for victory. Centenary Gents scored another one-sided victory over the Arkansas A. and M. Aggies of Magnolia, Arkansas, making a clean sweep of the two-game series. The score was 15 to 1. Thirteen base knocks were registered by the local Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association championship team. The Gents also defeated the Lion Oil Refining team, 12 to 6. Pyle worked on the mound for the Gents, and with his mates playing air-tight ball, he was never in danger. Heavy hitting on the part of Franklin " Bear " Allday featured a 7 to 6 victory by the Cen- tenary Gents over the Louisiana Polytechnic Institute Bulldogs of Ruston, May 8, in the open- ing of the two-game series. " Bear ' s " war club crashed out three triples which resulted in five runs. Centenary College Gents brought their 1928 home stand to a close Wednesday afternoon with a 21 to 11 victory over the Louisiana Polytechnic Bulldogs of Ruston, making a clean sweep of the series here. Thirty-two hits, 30 runs and seven errors were made during the course of the loosely played contest. The game was won in the Gents ' half of the sixth. The remainder of the Gents ' scores were superfluous. ««« . Carlie Pattison " C " Outfield Emory Brown Outfield
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jfgffflijl ■i 69K _ Alfred Lindsay Innfield Charlie Smith " C " Innfield Lavert Hill " C " Innfield Leading off with a five-run rally in the first inning, the Gentlemen successfully opened their home season on April 20 by administering an 11 to 5 defeat to the Millsaps College Majors in the first of a two-game series. Leon Price, who went the route for the Gents was credited with his third victory of the season. A homeerun wallop in the first inning by Lind- say, of the Gents, helped sew things up for the Gents. The Majors showed a lightning defense and cut down several Centenary rallies with four fast double plays. The visitors played a perfect defensive game throughout. Hitting honors for the Gents went to Binion, Connell and Price with two each, while Car- ruth, Crawford and Baxter got two each for the visitors. The second of the two-game series with the Majors was cancelled on account of rain. The Gents defeated the Mississippi College Choctaws of Clinton, Mississippi, on April 27 in the first of a two-game series on the local lot. The score was 6 to 2. Jake Hanna, Gents ' cen- terfielder, was the big noise with the stick, cracking out three hits in five trials. Nice fielding in general was produced by players of both teams. Leon " Two-Gun " Price won his fourth consecutive victory of the season on April 28, when he held the hard-hitting Mississippi College Choctaws of Clinton, Missisippi, to seven widely scattered hits and two runs while his mates were accumulating 14 base knocks and 11 runs. Some nice defensive playing was seen during the course of the game. fu ' mm ' m « ' -• firftf Franklin " Bear " Allday " C " Innfield Jerome " Skinny " Scanlon " C " Innfield Frank " Papa " Hughes " C " Outfield
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