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TULSA OLE MISS ' Hud " Stone and Webb work Tulsa for a gain Stone slashes Tulsa line for more yardage Parker brings down a Tulsa back in the open Parker, End Hooper, End He irak, End Flashing the most destructive offense un- leashed against a major foe in years, and one employing every kind of attack, the Centenary Gentlemen administered a 22 to defeat to the Golden Hurricane from Tulsa TJniversity. The 22 points registered do not show to any great degree the entire offensive of the Gents. On four separate occasions they moved deep into the Hurricane ' s ter- ritory, only to be held for downs. The fine offensive play of Huddleston and Stone were outstanding on the Gent eleven. Ole Miss ended the reign of Centenary in their annual series by capitalizing on a freak of fortune to score a second period touchdown and win, 6-0. As Crowther [ 86 ]
Page 89 text:
Beard, Guard Serua, End Stacks, End The only score of the game for the Gents came as a result of a 70-yard march by land and air, featuring Crowther, Huddleston, Hooper, and Horak. It was a lateral pass, Crowther to Horak to Hooper, that furnished the momentum for the drive. On straight football the Gents were a match for the Frogs, but the T. C. U. team had the edge on versatility. L r I L On the flying heels of a couple of jack rabbits, one from Texas and the other from Arkansas, the Centenary Gentlemen re- turned to their winning ways by defeating the Wolf Pack of Loyola University, 9-0, before a crowd of over 8,000 at New Or- leans. Huddleston and Crowther featured in the play of the Gents. It marked the first victory for the Maroon and White in two weeks, and the nine point margin did not truthfully tell of the superiority shown by the football of the Gents. Wiedman showed superb generalship at quarterback position, and the two tackles, Baker and Binion were also outstanding. tic ? V i Stokes tries a field goal against Frogs [ 85
Page 91 text:
Haycood, Guard Gibson, Trainer passed to Huddleston, on his own tea yard line, the hall struck the receiver ' s arms and bounced off and outward, land- ing neatly in the hands of Buster Poole, Mississippi end, who stepped across the line for a touchdown. Crock Parker rushed in and blocked Hape ' s attempt at a kick from placement, and the scoring was all over for the afternoon. Showing only one real thrust at scoring, the Centenary Gentlemen fell victims to a disastrous aerial attack of the Xavier Musketeers, in closing their 1935 season. In bowing to the Musketeers before a chilled crowd of 8,000, lightly dusted with snow at intervals, the Gentlemen lost their third straight game in a row and their fifth in a series of eleven. BAYLOR XAVIER The " home-ground " jinx that had battled shoulder to shoulder with the Centenary Gents sincel 1932 in keeping all invaders from defeating the Gentlemen fell before a crushing onslaught of the Baylor Bears as they handed the locals a 20 to de- feat before a home coming crowd of 6,000. The offense of the Gents that clicked so well against the Golden Hurricane of Tulsa the week before was completely bot- tled up by the fast rushing Baylor for- wards. Hooper and Stokes stop Russell of Baylor [ 87 ]
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