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m A " scoop " in the Hen- derson game " Hoss " goes for a " Fanner " of A. and M. as Baker looks on . . . " Boots " from Harlem . . . Oslin and Parker take off . . . Shorty starts on a sprint as the referee takes the hurdles . . . Smith wades through the Normal line. if U U u if if if if u if if ft
Page 94 text:
u • Blakemore stands ready to take out A. and M. boys for Oslin . . . The well known " No. 60 " in the Baylor game . . . The odds are 2 to 1 against this Gen- tleman . . . Shorty eludes another " would be " tackier . . . Hey! the ball carrier is up front!
Page 96 text:
t 19 34 Yoncop in i TO THE E S E R V E S Top: H. Johnson, Drennan. Perniei, Hickman, Serra Center: Mathews, Beard Bottom: Justus, Frizze.ll, Dyer, Webb, Crowther V II II II II (I II II II ill o (i ii (i Those who serve as reserves arc often overlooked in a successful season, and even though some of them never know the joy of reward, their value cannot be overesti- mated. Their reward is in knowing that their efforts count greatly in producing an outstanding team. In fact, many of the Centenary luminaries received their training as reserves and later developed into outstanding and capable members of the varsity squad. Those who know what it takes to produce a championship team realize the value of those who are listed among the reserves. Too much praise cannot be heaped upon the shoulders of these loyal gentlemen who made possible the undefeated season of 1933- The minds of the coaches rested better the past season, knowing that should any varsity man be lost to them a capable and willing reserve was ready to take his place. And the work of the varsity men was intensified by the fact that each regular knew a reserve was crowding him for his berth. The adage that " no team is stronger than its reserves " was certainly applicable to the 1933 undefeated Centenary team. ?0
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