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Murff, Halfback MORAN, End Taylor, Tackle to score. Crowley and Hilton, tackles, showed to advantage on the de- fense, as did Younger at center position. Womack did some good passing in this game. CENTENARY, 7; BAYLOR, 2 The game that they are still talking about, and without a doubt the best ever played at the Fair Grounds Stadium. Baylor, with the famous Jake Wilson, Koch, Paradeaux and others, made two points, which was the result of a safety early in the game. From this time on it looked like a Baylor victory, until a nice return of a punt by Murff and a brilliant run by Brown put the ball in scoring distance. Then it was Brown to Murff, another well- executed pass — a touchdown — a well-earned victory, against a strong and worthy opponent.
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Pattison, End B. Cameron, Halfback pas ? ! -. — . s _, Oliphant, Tackle with injuries. Biedenharn and Johnson were towers of strength in the line. Brown and Cameron displayed a superior brand of punting which was a great asset. Cameron also showed his worth as a blocking back until forced from the game. The slashing offensive drives of Iowa were the hardest the Gents had to face. The Big Ten team had one of the best teams Centenary played during the season. Jensvold played a great game in the backneld for Iowa. CENTENARY, 19; STETSON, Holding the Gents scoreless for the first fifty-three minutes of play, Stetson won the respect of the football fans of Shreveport. During the closing minutes of play, the always-thinking Captain Brown had to use the Gents ' famous lateral passes, with Murff and Nolan on the receiving end,
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Osborne, End Singleton, Center Allums, End Singleton, who relieved Younger at center, played a good game; John- son showed up exceptionally well in the opposition which he gave the famous Koch. Oliphant played a great game at the defensive tackle. In this game Lee and Nolan received injuries which kept them out until the end of the season. CENTENARY, 6; TEXAS A. M., 7 Texas A. M. had the honor of being the only team in six different conferences to defeat the Gents during the 1930 campaign. Centenary played the Aggies on Kyle Field just after the Baylor game. Without at- tempting to take any credit away from the great game the Farmers played, they found the Gentlemen in a crippled condition, with Nolan and Lee completely out of the game, Welsh and others well-battered and in such
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