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The Freshman Squdd... Figuratively thumbing their noses at the Varsity, the Freshmen romped through their four game sched- ule without once having their goal line crossed. With three games to their credit and a scoreless tie when the season closed they were content to rest on their laurels until their Sophomore year when they ' ll get a shot at first-string positions. Opening in Texarkana the Junior Gents beat Texarkana Junior College 7-0 by Weenie Bynum making the first score of the year. Backed by Partin, Midkiff, and Jones on the defensive, Bynum proved him- self the spark plug of the team. Against Lamar Junior College the Frosh had a hard time getting away with a 6-0 score. Lamar proved to be a tough opponent and made the first-yearers earn their game with plenty of hard defensive play. Kilgore Junior College fell like lambs at the slaughter pen to the clinking of 20-0. Bynum got the crowd dizzy with his fine ball-carrying and got away wit h one touchdown run together with many nice gains. Manson pushed his toe in the hog-parchment for several spectacular punts. Louisiana Tech proved the toughest bunch of the season and after a sweating hour of busting heads the game ended 0-0, both teams having turned in an excellent performance. Trainer " Peanuts " Moore cheeituUy throws a wet towel into Padgett ' s face The Frosh hne-up to steam- roller Kilgore Junior College and Bynum " sells out " with good interference .... • Page 50
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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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Yep! It ' s really money! Those plugged aluminum mills gave rise to some lousy jokes, rememher? The grim-faced varsity selects helmets ior battle. Students followed them on the road-trips Paper-publishers Car- starphen and Tiffin roar with uncontrolled mirth But Champ Willard Dean (and the rest of us!) seems to miss the point The perpetual Kappa Alpha sit-down strike goes on successfully Queen Hutchinson graces Homecoming Day festivities. . . . Campus crewers and NYAers get busy earn- ing an education " Weenie " Bynum, freshman football flash, rides the opponents — and also our unfortunate associate editor
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