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which Northeastern Teacher ' s College gave him in the art of gridiron murder. Mothering of the Freshman was done by Sid Binion whose four years of athlet- ics at Centenary in both football and basketball has tempered him for the job. Mumble mouthed " Hoot " Gibson finished his tenth year as trainer and gen- eral conditioner of the Gents and is now considered a fixture along with the other gymnastic furniture. Breon " Shorty " Morse disguised under the nom-de- plume of Student Manager was really the flunky of the team and man of all work. The Coaches . . . Curtis Parker Head Coach Elmer Smith Backfield Coach Tom Cobb Line Coach Sid Binion Freshman Coach O tdll . . .
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Head Coach Curtis Parker The Coachino " Head whip-cracker " of the Centenary coaching staff was Coach Curtis Parker as he finished his eleventh year of association on the athletic line-up of the college. " Coach " came to Centenary in 1926, serving three years as Fresh- man Coach, then five as Assistant Coach, and at last as Head of the Centen- ary Athletic Department. No " sissy " when it comes to athletics himself; he lettered in football, basketball, and track at the University of Arkansas. Coach Parker has proved his instructing mettle by turning out exceptional football teams as well as champion basketball quintets. Newcomer to the coaching squad was Backfield-Coach Elmer Smith who is also an Arkansas product. Coach Smith previously served as athletic direc- tor at Hamburg High School and Hendrix College before coming to Cente- nary. An Oklahoman is Tom Cobb who acted as line coach for Centenary ' s non-ball-carriers. Professional football for four years finished off the knowledge
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The Gentlemen close in on an Aggie . . . Lei it rain! The game must go on. So This Is The proverbial visitor from Mars would get a strange impression of our world if he happened to land at a football game. He would probably first hold his whirling head, glance at the fighting players, hear the screams of the crowd, then hold his head again. For a moment he would shrink trembling against the nearest post and then suddenly, like a blush, a feeling of mad enthusiasm would flow through him and, ignorant of the purposes and ideas of the game, he would find himself swept away with mass energy and cheer with the strangers. Hoo( loads the bus at Tylei . . . " Grandma " Stone takes oil . . . Heads! . . . " Hey, ma! Here comes the parade " . . . Come on, Gents . . . Texas Aggies; final score 3-0. Guess who won!
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