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Sherman, Guard Ames. Center 1 Haynes, Tackle went into the game with their minds on their Thanksgiving game with the University of Arkansas; the result was a case of over-confidence, the great ghost of all football teams. The Ruston crew waged the type of battle for which they are famous when meeting Centenary athletic teams. Osborne and Pattison played good all-round games at the end positions. Baker for Tech played a great game. CENTENARY, 7; ARKANSAS, 6 This game was mixed with proudness of victory and with sadness over the loss of nine men through graduation. There was just reason for the proudness, as this was the first victory for Centenary over Arkansas, and the teams had met on two previous occasions.
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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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Zechiedrich, Tackle Edwards, Halfback Hunter, Center A colorful Thanksgiving crowd saw the Gents in their first victory over the Razorbacks. Arkansas was held scoreless until the last few seconds of play, when Kyle, brilliant back for the visitors, caught a long pass for his team ' s six points. The Gents scored on two well-executed plays: First, Brown flipped a short pass to MurfF to put the ball in the middle of the field; second, Ben Cameron, stepping out of his role of a blocking back, took a pass from the center, side-stepped, stiff-armed, and out-sprinted the entire Arkansas team for a touchdown. Bill Cameron, with his unerring left foot, won the game with a perfect placement for the extra point. Welsh at fullback position did good work as well as Osborne at an end position. This victory meant the end of the football careers for Captain Brown, Jimmie Welsh, Tim Moran, Dan Finch, Cecil Crowley, Zehntner Bieden- harn, Fred Hilton, Tommie Younger, and Sid Baiter.
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