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FOOTBALL (Continued) Centenary Gents brought their sea- son to a close with a 6-0 defeat at the hands of the Arkansas Razor- backs. H. Cameron Ames The deciding play came after the team had dueled about fifty minutes for a " break " that would result in a score. Ben Cameron, who had fought off the advance of the Porkers in a punting duel with Ledbetter and Murphy, punted from behind his own goal line, and the ball traveled only 11 yards from the scoring station before going out of bounds. On the first play after the punt, Tom Murphy, Arkansas back, skirted around right end for a touchdown. Blanchard Johnson, Clyde Lee, and Charlie Pattison, who donned their moleskins for the last time today, played in their usual brilliant fashion in the line and Earl Nolan and Crawford Womack, two graduating backs, were keeping up their part in the fray also. Sherman and Thompson, reserve linesmen, also saw service for the last time in this game. PROSPECTUS Although graduation depletes from the ranks of the Centenary Gentlemen several of the veteran stars, the Maroon and White eleven shapes up, at this date, considerably UNION UNIVERSITY GinnoNS Shei ion
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r Blakemore FOOTBALL (Continued) The Gent line showed up the best that they have this season and , s»m wfK» despite the Texans ' piling up a large total yardage, the Maroon and White forwards proved an even match for the Texans ' front wall. Charlie Pattison and Blanch- ard Johnson never played a better game in their lives, while Oliphant, Sherman Lee, and Taylor were practically in every play and Wilson and Young doing fine under fire in the center of the line. The margin of superiority for the Steers was in the backfield, because the Gents were facing two all-Conference backs, Koy and Stafford. Ben Cameron was the outstanding star on defense by the fact that he was never punt- ing better. Cameron gave an exhibition of kicking throughout the game such as had never been displayed on a local field before. He averaged nearly fifty yards on his kicks, and one of his punts traveled 80 yards. Centenary, 0; Arkansas U., 6 In a downpour of rain that converted the gridiron into a quadmire, robbed each team of its power, both in the land and air, and made the contest a duel mainly of punting, the Brown PURDUE Morgan
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FOOTBALL (Continued) stronger than the eleven that repre- sented the college this year, due to the fact that the Freshman club is counted on to furnish replacements and the experience gained by sev- eral gridsters who will be on the fall edition of the club. f n Carter LUMSDENJ Clyde Lee, Captain, Wood Os- borne, Alternate Captain, Charlie Pattison, Earl Nolan, Crawford Womack, and Blanchard Johnson will be missing when the roll is called this fall and it would hurt any school to lose such men as these. How- ever, the coaches and the student body are optimistic over the chances of the local col- legians and it appears as if there are chances of the Gents regaining some of the prestige they lost in the football world last fall. At the end positions, the Gents will suffer probably their greatest loss. Lee, Osborne, and Pattison performed most of the time at these two positions and there will be a lack of experience among the end candidates. Morgan, who played enough to letter last year, Allums, a veteran of two seasons on the varsity, Geisler, who was switched back to end after playing a year in the backfield, and Matthews, a long, lanky, pass receiver, loom as the best material at the terminals. " Big " Parker, Allen, and Levey are other ends who are not to be overlooked. Bei.ciff.r PURDUE Nichols
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