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The Gents pass- ing game calls for fast action as this picture shows. Lee Stokes kicked a field goal in the last 30 seconds of the game to give Centenary a 3-3 tie with the Tulsa University Golden Hurricane. W. H. Stone was the main attacker of the Gent aggregation and in 29 tries gained 91 yards from scrimmage. The game was played in raw, blustery weather and the existence at Tulsa of an infatile paralysis epidemic cut the crowds attendance. Stone staged a personal drive from Centenary ' s 35 yard line to the 23 yard line. He outgained any other man on the field on either side. Sammy Bough and his group of Texas Christian Horned Frogs proved too much for Centenary and after a barrage of passes all over the field emerged the victor 26-0. Centenary outgained T. C. U. from scrimmage but were unable to cope with the flashy aerial attack put on for their benefit. Sam Ails, a converted tackle, played a fine game at one of the tackles until forced out of the game with a shoulder injury. Stone was the mainstay of the Gents attack and made several nice gains. Beasley got away for a 35 yard jaunt before being stopped. TULSA UNIVERSITY TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY i; . ge - - ' Ails Smith Haygood Morse
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TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI Waller Rawlinson Bradley- Second defeat of the season came when the Red Raiders ol Texas Tech roamed over the gridiron in Lubbock to get a rain- soaked score of 12-6. In a dripping rain the Gentlemen drew first blood but Tech soon got even with a touchdown drive. Though geographical neighbors the Texan and Louisianians tangled like foreigners until Tech marched for another score in the third quarter to win the game. Only touchdown for the Gents was made by waddlelegged Cowboy Hohmann. Down for the third time went the Centenary pigskinners when they met Mississippi ' s Rebels and sank in a 24-7 game. Until the final quarter the Centenarians had a 7-6 lead but soon wore down under the crushing power drives of Ole Miss. The Rebels seemed to have shaken the Mississippi mud pretty well off their feet to play a real game of gridiron chess. Jointly respon- sible though they were for the Gent ' s tally Stone and Huddleston still couldn ' t fight through the opposing line to make the winning touchdowns. Huddleston takes the ball for a nice gain before being downed.
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Hohmann Burgess Zimmerman Gibson TEXAS A. M. OKLAHOMA A. M. Lee Stokes came through in the crucial moment to kick a field goal and thereby defeat the Texas A. M. Aggies 3-0. Bob Decker blocked an Aggie punt, and after a pass from Stone to Hooper, and with Huddleston holding the ball and a strong wind blowing in his face, kicked the ball squarely between the uprights for the lone tally of the game. The Aggies threatened several times but every time the Gen- tlemen were successful in staving off the thrusts. The Gentle- men made other threats to score but lacked the punch. The game marked the third successive defeat of A. M. by Centenary since Coach Homer Norton changed schools. Two Gentlemen bring down an Oklahoma Aggis after allowing him a very short jain. Before a large Thanksgiving Day Homecoming c rowd the Centenary Gentlemen successfully completed its schedule with a victory over Oklahoma A. M. 7-0. There was no score until the third quarter when Stone took the ball over for the tally. Beasley started the touchdown drive and successfully carried the ball from deep in his own territory to within scoring distance. Coronation ceremonies were held between halves. Ten of Centenary ' s players sang their swan song in this game and gave a good account of themselves.
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