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Allums FOOTBALL (Continued) Mustangs and the deathly heat of the Fair Park Stadium. The Mus- tangs were able to score in the first quarter before the Texans again broke out with scoring power, due to a fresh herd of Mustangs being sent into the game. Centenary, 0; Texas A. and M., 7 r B. Cameron A long pass, which was too high for the Gents ' secondary defense to touch, which was hurled by " Frenchy " Domingue, found the ar ms of one Charlie Malone, elongated Ag- gie Cadet, and produced the only score of a hard-fought battle between the Gents and the Texans. This game was featured by the star work of Domingue and Graves, reserve Aggie backs. Domingue tore off several long gains and Graves ' unerring punts kept the Gents backed to their goal line the whole game. For the Gents, Blanchard Johnson showed the fans some of the best line-backing ever seen at the local school. Approximately 2,000 Texas A. M. Cadets were here from College Station to help swell the attendance to a 10,000 mark for the State Fair Game. It was one of the larg- est crowds ever to witness a local contest and certainly the most colorful. Oliphant BAYLOR UNIVERSITY Taylor
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FOOTBALL (Continued) Centenary, 27; Stetson, Going to the air just long enough to take a lead over their opponents and then settling back to await the normal developments of a football game, the Centenary Gentlemen found no great amount Womack of trouble after the opening quar- ter to defeat the Stetson College Hatters, and turn in their fourth win of the season. The fans saw nothing sensational from the Gents with the exception of watching Crawford Womack, the Bastrop sheriff, play the greatest ball he has played in his three years with the Gents. Paul Geisler, a sophomore, ran amuck on a couple of occasions to celebrate his freedom from the bench. Wilson Centenary, 0; S. M. U., 19 Led by the brilliant runs of Weldon " Speedy " Mason, the Southern Methodist Mus- tangs defeated the Centenary Gentlemen on their first road trip of the year. Due to a fiuke kick of the Gent punter in the first quarter, the Mustangs were able to go into the lead and remain that way throughout the remainder of the game. The Gents put up a tough scrap but were overpowered by the reserve strength of the ♦ Pattison OKLAHOMA TEACHERS MURFF
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, f FOOTBALL (Continued) Centenary, 6; Purdu e, 49 A grand and glorious beginning for the Centenary College Gents had a most tragic end for the Little Southerners when the husky Pur- due University Boilermakers struck back with the velocity of a tornado Smith and carried the Louisiana gridiron waters team to its greatest defeat in yearsj the score being 49-6. It was a complete ro ut for the Gents and their defeat came be- fore a crowd of 7,000. Outweighed and outplayed, the Gents never had a chance after the first two minutes of the game when they went to the front by a score of 6 to as the result of a recovery of a fumble by Pattison, a pass from Womack to Oslin for 20 yards, and a short gain by Oslin for the score. With their backs against the wall, the Boilermakers struck with a running and passing attack and before the quarter was over they were out in front by a score of 7-6. The Gents were unable to stop the powerful offensive of the Boilermakers and the Northerners pushed over a touchdown in the second and third quarters. In the fourth period they ran wild scoring four touchdowns, featuring long runs and passes. It was Sincitton STETSON UNIVERSITY Thompson
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