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It U u (J » u (I u u 5. jM. £ . makes a stop . . . It ' s a free ball in the Baylor game . . . Frosh Hancock rips through the Ouachita line as the Junior Gents put over a win . . . It takes three A. and M. Farmers to stop Smitty . . . Just another way of " bot- tling up a Mustang. " I J fdj| I
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PROSPECTUS, 1934 J Coach Curtis Parker probably faces the r hardest task in major football in the 1934 season, coming into high command after two consecutive undefeated seasons and the graduation of ten lettermen. The law of averages is bound to overtake the Gents. Men like Smith and Oslin in the backrield, and Morgan, Geisler, Brown, Waters, Wilson, Blakemore, Ames, and Young in the line, cannot be lost without the STACKS ' oss being felt severely. Each helped the morale and general attitude of the team with their fighting spirit. Coaches Parker and Renfro seemed to be well pleased with the spring training and the general attitude of the club, but inexperience will probably be the greatest obstacle to overcome. One letter man returns at end, Stacks, who proved to be a great scrapper. The tackles are well taken care of by Baker, Binion, and Guillory. No guards will return and this seems to be one of the greatest worries to the coaches. At center, Williams returns, but the old injury to his knee makes the probability of his being counted on rather uncertain. Backfield men to return are Weidman, Parker, Townson, Glumac, and Sellers. These are the letter-men. Other promising candidates for the ' 34 squad are: Ends — Serra, Parker, Puryear, Horak, Hooper; Tackles — Langley, Thompson, Decker, Waller, Prestidge, Riner; Guards — Holman, Haygood, Beard, Robinson, Johnson; Center — Frizzelle, Burgess, Stokes; Backs — Justus, Crowther, Stallcup, Burch, McCorkle, Mozach, Mitchell, Hancock, Green, Fulmer, Drennan and Webb. The schedule for 1934: Sept. 22 Louisiana Normal Shreveport Sept. 29 Henderson Hendrix Shreveport Oct. 6 Oklahoma U Norman, Oklahoma Oct. 13 Texas A. and M Beaumont, Texas Oct. 20 Texas Austin, Texas -T. C. U Shreveport -Ouachita Shreveport -Tulsa U Tulsa, Oklahoma -Baylor Shreveport -Ole Miss Shreveport -Loyola Shreveport Oct. 27- Nov. 3- Nov. 10- Nov. 17- Nov. 24- Nov. 29- r r| ' mm GLUMAC YOUNG MARSALIS ' " »■ mm m. m j Oslin makes five yards over Henderson ' s right guard. 83 U if u M M M « If if if U « « if [f if if if if a
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" Hoss " scares against Normal . . . A " muffed " pass . . . Smith boots a high one . . . Manning shoots one of those long, deadly passes against T.C.U. . . . Ames and Baker take ' cm cut fo " Shorty against A. and M. U U (I U W « M U tt
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