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Marvin " Hoot " Gibson Football Lettermen Howard Hooper, End Curtis Warren, End Claude Smith, Guard Lev is Bradley, Guard Charlie Haygood, Guard Billy Robinson, Guard Sam Ails, Tackle Broddie Waller, Tackle Bob Decker, Tackle Joe Zimmerman, Guard Charlie Drew Thomas, Back WiLLARD Dean, Back Al Beasley, Back Max Bowerman, Back W. H. Stone, Back Lanford Huddleston, Back Walter Hohmann, Back Lee Stokes, Center Hal Burgess, Center Ogbourne Rawlingson, Center • Page 48
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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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and the Reserves A ,N essential and too often neglected part of the football team is the little group of " bench-warmers, " who are thrown in at critical periods of the game to substitute for injured first-stringers and to bear the brunt of the attack until the others get back their ten-yard gaining breath. Despite rumors to the con- trary the slings they usually wear their arms in are not the result of falling the two feet from the bench, but usually mementoes of a two hundred pound tackle hitting hard and in a none-too-friendly spirit. Love, kisses, and glory are just words to these under-recognized players and in reality they are a big part of the backbone of a good team. TuRNEY Vinson Bill Harris Gaston Kennedy John Lingo Claude Smith " Buddy " Sparks Harry McDaniels Willie Mozach ' %iA •W
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