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Charlie Pattison was one of the hardest working members of the squad and was justly elected Captain for the next year ' s team. His floor work is unusually crafty and a puzzle to all opposing teams. He will make a great leader and should have an even greater season next year. Charlie Pattison Guard, Junior Coach Parker ' s 1929 Basketball Team was successful in that they were chosen to represent this district in the S. I. A. A. tournament, but were unable to accept. The bright spot of the season was that they were victorious in all four of the annual games with Louisiana Tech, something that no other Centenary team has ever ac- complished. The team was put in great shape by a bar nstorming tour through Arkansas and Tennessee, with occasional stops in North Louisiana. The best teams of the territory covered, both amateur and semi-pro, were played and the Gents won eight of the eleven games played. Though hard hit by the influenza epidemic during this tour, the team was in good shape for the strenuous season. " Cracker " Brown, one of the most de- pendable guards produced by Centenary in recent years was elected Alternate-Cap- tain for next year. Though handicapped by injuries through a portion of the sea- son, Brown played a steady and depend- able game always. Robert " Cracker " Brown Guard, Junior Page One hundred thirty-two
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Charlie Smith served his second year as Captain of the team, his third successive year as a regular. Smith was ever an aggressive player and a constant threat in any game. He will be a hard player for Coach Parker to replace on next year ' s team. Jake Hanna Roland Faulk Tim Moran Robert Brown Peyton Mangum Coach Parker Charlie Smith Charlie Pattison Charlie Smith Forward, Senior Cecil Crowley Dan Finch Sheldon Teer i i , C Page One hundred thirty-one
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Danny Finch ' s uncanny eye for the basket proved troublesome to every team the Gents met. Finch was the high point man of the squad and his sensational shots were the features of practi- cally every game. Centenary is indeed fortunate in that this master in the art of goal shooting will be back for two more years. Dan Finch Forward, Sophomore The collegiate season opened in Texas with the Gents tackling Stephen F. Austin and the Sam Houston Teachers in a two game series each. On this trip, Centenary won three of the four games. The S. I. A. A. season was opened with a close game with Southwestern Lou- isiana in which the Gents nosed out the winner, 32-31. The next night, Centenary made it a clean sweep from the Bulldogs by taking another close one, 30-23. The next opponents of the Gents were the traditional rivals, the Tech Bulldogs, and the Gents had little trouble in winning both games played. Just when the outlook was brightest, the road trip into Mississippi proved most disastrous, the Gents losing all of the four games played. Though making a great fight in all the games, Mississippi College and Millsaps were able to turn the Gents back each night. The losing streak was continued when the team came home, losing to Southwestern of Memphis. Though participating in only a few games, Man- gum proved to be a great asset to the Squad be- cause of his fine spirit, conscientious work, and willingness to cooperate. Peyton Mancum Guard, Junior Page One hundred thirty-three
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