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Page 88 text:
le v ent emen ■av s 1. Burch around end in the T. C. U. game for a nice gain. 2. The reasons they dont come over the right side of the line. 3. The long and short of the freshman squad. 4. Beasley fills the gap for Hohmann. 5. Eddie goes down for a long pass in the A. M. game. 6. Buddy goes over the top of " that good old Baylor line. " 
Page 87 text:
and u he Terrific tackling, superb line-charging, and immaculate blocking! Those were the ex- ploits that the starting lineup of the 1934 Maroon and White football aggregation displayed in eleven out of twelve tilts. A starting team that was composed of two seniors, six juniors, and three sophomores, which conquered some of the strongest teams in the South, in order to continue Centenary ' s drive for national recognition. No forward wall in the annals of Centenary has played like the ' 34 team for stamina and courage. From end to end the athletes were of commendable ability. It was a line that would never-say-down; a line that could diagnose opposition plays; and a line that bottled up passing attacks, blocked punts and smeared ball carriers in their tracks. The starting linemen were assisted by a good bunch of reserves, although small in number. Combined with such a line, was a great back- field that could punt, pass, and run, making the new coaching regime of Parker and Renfro a great success. In this backfield was an ath- lete who was capable of piercing any line in this section, and backs who could block with the best. The past season ' s team was always in good physical condition, but the usual injuries were sustained. They trained diligently, and not only brought recognition to Centenary and Shreve- port, but also to the coaches themselves.
Page 89 text:
DOWNS J m to g® §00 If c v d heer e er? 7. Normal stops Burch at the renter 10. Baker picks up nine yards through of the line. the Hendrix line. 8. Centenary fans arrive at Beaumont for the A. M. game. 9. " Boots " — valet of the Gentlemen. 11. Parker and Ren fro looking over prospects for 1935. 12. Hawthorne, Hope, Smith, and Kel- lam — pep promoters. 
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