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THE PLAYERS Melford Allums Center and Guard A three-year man. Worked hard all the time he was on the court. Allums ' height and experience will be missed on the court next year. Clyde Stalcup Guard A fine, clever, fast-thinking go- getter. This year is Clyde ' s first on the varsity squad. He is ex- pected to show up well next year. " Hoot " Gibson Trainer Hoot is always on hand, ready and willing to work hard. While working, he always pulls for his team. For good, sound judgment, ask Hoot. Fred Williams Forward A first-year man. Tough and ready always, with plenty of fight. The experience gained will help him next year. Charles Vickers Center Vickers has two more years. He acted as relief center with great ability and accuracy. He ought to show great improvement next year due to the experience he gained. • PAGE 103 •
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THE PLAYERS Harold Oslin Second S. I. A. A. Forward " Shorty " was the selection for for- ward on the All-S. I. A. A. second team. Short, fast, and accurate. He worked hard. " Shorty " has one more year to play on the court. Coulter Mathews All-S. I. A. A. Forward Probably the most outstanding player of the season. He was selected as a forward on the All-S. I. A. A. team. Coulter has two more years. Marse Harper All-S. I. A. A. Center Selected as the outstanding man of the S. I. A. A. tournament and also All-S. I. A. A. center. He also has two more years before graduation. John Blakemore Guard . His ability to get around and keep up with his man throughout the game made Blakemore a good guard. He has one more year. Manning Smith Guard Smith can always be depended upon for his accuracy and smoothness. Smith has played two years of var- sity basketball. • PAGE 102 •
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The Yoncopin, 1933 WITH THE 1933 S. I. A. A. CHAMPIONS Leaving Centenary in the latter part of December and returning the second week of January, the varsity squad went as far north as Illinois and Indiana. They played eleven games, won five and lost six. Having played the eleven games in as many nights and traveled all the distance in cars, the Gentlemen, tired and worn, started their trip to Dixie with experience, judgment, and accuracy under their belts, which was to be used in the winning of the championship of the S. I. A. A. Mathews held the show during the whole trip. The result of the hard work put in by the team came out when they played their S. I. A. A. conference games. The Gentlemen played nine Conference games and won all but one, losing it to L. P. I., of Ruston, by th: 1 score, 26 to 27. Having played good ball in their Conference games, the Gentlemen were invited with a good rating to attend the S. I. A. A. conference held in Jackson, Mississippi. The work and its results put in by the basketeers and Coach Parker during the season was shown in the article taken from the Jackson paper. It read, " Centenary s Gentlemen, smart yet daring, deliberate yet speedy, last night won the S. I. A. A. bas- ketball championship and took the silver trophy back to Shreveport, western-most point in the far-flung confines of Dixie ' s largest intercollegiate athletic conference. " " Centenary placed two men on the all-Conference team selected by coaches and sports writers. Coulter Mathews was placed in the first team forward position. Marse Harper, six-foot-four Centenary pivot man, was the unanimous choice f or the center position. " Oslin was placed on the second team, while Smith and Blakemore were given honorable mention. Melford Allums is the only one that represented Centenary in basketball this year that will not be back next year. S. I. A. A. CONFERENCE GAMES Centenary 30; Southwestern 23 Centenary 34; Stetson U 26 Centenary 3; Union U 29 Centenary 46 ; Southwestern 28 Centenary 26; L. P. 1 27 Centenary 45 ; La. Normal 34 Centenary 49; Magnolia A. M 35 Centenary 36; L. P. 1 25 Centenary 41 ; La. Normal 39 TOURNAMENT Centenary 38; Mississippi College 30 Centenary 35 ; Wofford 29 Centenary 40; W. Kentucky 31 Centenary 38 ; Tennessee Tech 23 • PAGE 104 •
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