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Page 100 text:
Boxing Be ' OXING at Centenary has become one of the three major sports in its brief three years of existence. Ably coached by Matt Price, the mitt-slingers have become some of the most important people on the campus, not only to the hero-minded co-eds, but also to those athletic-minded men who really know their boxing. In addition to winning five matches, losing two, and drawing five of a twelve-match schedule. Centenary gained a Southern A. A. U. champion in Claude Mason, light-heavyweight, and a runner-up in Jeff Newman in the 135 lb. class. Louisiana State University of Northeast Center was the first opponent and in two matches, each team came through with one victory and one defeat. In the first fights Centenary won 5-1 with two draws, while in the second encounter the Gents lost 3-5. Newman, Mason, and Porter won their fights by K. O.s in the first match, and in the second bouts, Jackson, Mason, and Porter won by the same method. Southwestern Institute was next defeated by the wearers of the Maroon and White 5-3. Knockouts were recorded by Mashino, Jackson, and Sheppard. A return engagement with Southwestern found the Centenary Gentlemen held to a draw. In the match with Louisiana Tech, Centenary managed to gain a draw by the opponents of Jackson, Newman, and Mason taking the ten-count. The score at the conclusion was 4-4. Jackson, Porter, May, Abbington Mashino, Hudson, Newman, Sheppard, Mason
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Freshmen Basketball C ' OMPLETELY eclipsed by their varsity brothers, the Frosh, nevertheless, made a good showing for Centenary. In their one intercollegiate game with Louisiana Tech, the future Gents turned in a victory of 27-17, to add to the list of wins of their Alma Mater. Vivian and Hosston High Schools, also, be- came victims of the Freshmen Quintet, and their only defeat came at the hands of the Pleasant Hill five. These games as a rule were played as preliminaries to the varsity encounters and furnished much entertainment to the spectators who particularly noticed Bill Neumeyer ' s " bird-cage, " and the assort- ment of costumes worn by the Frosh. Members of the team were John Linsday, John Manson, Weenie Bynum, Peanuts Morse, Ted Olzack, Bill Neumeyer, Ned Looney, and Bob Irvin. THE FROSH SQUAD Morse, Bynum, Neumeyei, Olzack, Manson, Looney, Linsday • Page 95 •
Page 101 text:
Jackson cocks his light to lay an Indian low. .... Mashino takes a hard left Coach Price shows how it ' s done .... Two letts connect at once Taping ' em up in the dressing room . . . Mashino gets set .... A hay-maker that missed Oklahoma A. M. made the long trip over here to be held to a draw. In these bouts Jackson and Mason again won by K. O. ' s, while Herby wa s deleated by an old teammate. Three wins each and two draws was the result ol the match between Centenary and Mississippi State College. In these bouts, the Gentlemen forfeited two fights to Mississippi, while Mason, true to form, won his pugilistic combat by the knockout method. Murray State School of Agriculture and Centenary drew four all in the match between the two schools. In the bouts with Texas University, the Gents smeared the Longhorns in both encounters, by scores of 5-3 and 6-1, with one draw in the last fights of the series. Louisiana Tech lost their match to Centenary, toward the close of the season, 5-2, with one draw. Louisiana State University, Northeast Center won the last match fought at Centenary, six fights to two. Mashino and V ilson were the only Gent Mitt-slingers to chalk up wins. Won Herby Mashino 10 Mac Krentel Bill Abbington 1 Dale Porter .... .... 1 Paul Hudson 2 Jeff Newman 4 Clyde Jackson 8 Claude Mason II Ben Sheppard 2 F. M. May 4 Stanley Hidalgo I J. C. Wilson 2 Warren Graves I Harry Williams 2 Curtis Jones Lost Drew 2 1 I 2 1 6 1 2 5 1 5 3 4 1 4 I 1 I 1 Matt Price, Boxing Coach • Page 97 •
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