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Lee Mitchell Half, Junior Jerome " Skinny " Skanlon Quarter, Junior Audie Marsalls Half, Senior With Price out of the game and Willis and Jefferies just out of the hospital. Centenary met the Loyola Wolves in New Orleans for their last big game of the season. After allowing two safeties on freak football right at the first of the game, the Gents forged ahead by a forward pass, Smith to Hamel. Battered down and Avith a scarcity of reserves, the crippled Gents were overwhelmed in the ' third quarter by the Wolf pack, who ran over three touchdowns. In the last quarter Centenary finally stopped the Wolves and opened up their passing attack, but to no avail, and the game ended with Loyola on the long end of a 23-6 score. The great defensive work of Willis and Jefferies, and Allday ' s long runs were the features of the game. On Thanksgiving Day, Centenary ended her season with a 19-7 victory over Lombard College of Galesburg, Illinois. The game was played in a steady down- Page One hundred twenty-five
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Robert Brown End, Junior Cecil Crowley Tackle, Sophomore Bill Ward Half, Junior At Starkville, on their third straight road trip, the Gents met the rejuvenated Mississippi Aggies and were held to a 6-6 tie. Allday ran 65 yards for a touch- down at the very start of the game and later a touchdown on a pass to Hamel was taken away, an official claiming ' ' Susie ' 7 fell out of the end zone on the play. In the last few seconds of the game, the Aggies completed a long pass for a touchdown to tie the score. Home finally after three week-ends of travel, the Gents met their traditional rival, the L. P. I. Bulldogs and administered to them their worst defeat in many years by a score of 69-0. Allday ran up three touchdowns early in the first quarter and was taken from the game. The regulars were kept in the game only a few minutes and the reserves played most of the game and showed well. Page One hundred tuenty-joui
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Sin Balter Guard, Sophomore Emory Browne Center, Junior Alfred Lindsey Half. Senior pour of rain and the field wa3 a sea of mud, which doubtless held the Gents ' score down. Thus ended a hectic season from a standpoint of injuries. From a rather small squad, nineteen men were out of the game at various times because of in- juries, and after the Texas A. M. game, there was never a time during the remainder of the season that the Centenary cquad was entirely free from injuries. The 1928 season marked an end to the football careers of many of the Varsity men. From the line. Captain Price, Ledbetter, and Hamel will be gone and their places will be exceedingly difficult to fill. Smith, Alldav, and Jeffries finish school and leave only the veteran Hanna of the starting backtield quartet. Lindsev and. Marsalis, backfield reserves, also finish their college football careers. Page One hundred twenty-six
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