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,. y. Thompson. Tackle Guice, Halfback W. Cameron 7 , Quarterback condition that they were of little value to the team. In the eyes of the Centenary fans who attended the game the bright spot of the game was a return of a punt the length of the field by Murff. A special train carried the student body and the Shreveport fans to this game. This year Centenary will meet A. M. at the Louisiana State Fair, and the entire Cadet Corps of A. M. will probably accompany the team. CENTENARY, 19; OKLAHOMA TEACHERS, The Oklahoma Teachers brought another good passing team to Shreve- port, but found the Gents ' pass defense working to perfection. Pattison ' s offensive work was pleasing. The blocking of Welsh and Cameron in the backfield was responsible for the success of the Gents ' running plays.
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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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Barber, End «t ■m.jjt jr % McEi.reath, End Wilson, Guard CENTENARY, 20; HENDERSON, 7 Getting sweet revenge for the ' 29 scoreless tie played in a sea of mud, after a bad start, in which the Henderson Teachers intercepted a pass for a touchdown, the Gents then ran roughshod over the Reddies on another rain- soaked field. Captain Brown played his usual great game, and his use of plays was little less than perfection. Centenary ' s tackling was deadly. After the first few minutes the offense worked mechanically. CENTENARY, 14; L. P. I., On November 22nd, Centenary and Tech met for the first time in Rus- ton. This was the greatest attraction that the Ruston fans had ever had at home, and the largest crowd ever to attend a game in the North Louisiana town was present to see the Bulldogs take a hard defeat. The Gentlemen
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