Centenary College of Louisiana - Yoncopin Yearbook (Shreveport, LA)

 - Class of 1939

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GENTS CONQUER NORMAL AlLLS Barnes Allen The 1938 schedule played through has added another illustrious page to the annals of the Maroon and White football teams. The Gentlemen of 1938 were not as successful as some listed in this time worn ledger, but to their followers they furnished many thrilling moments in their gridiron combats. Students and fans will remember the season for the outstanding stars developed in seven glorious games in which the Gents were conquerors and four heartbreaking losses when the Maroon and White was subdued. The Purple and Gold of Louisiana Normal was the first to test the Gents ' power in a night game played in Shreveport. After an even first quarter the Gents ' backfield began to function with Whitehurst and Bynum teaming on passes and runs to score the Gents ' first touchdown. Ed went over on a power play which Weenie started with a couple of jaunts that carried him to the one-yard line after a pass to Whitehurst had put the Gents on the twenty-six. The Gents scored a safety when a Normal back fumbled the kickoff and then fumbled behind his own goal long enough for Whitehurst to tackle him before he could carry the ball out. A powerful running attack with Wennie as the principal threat brought the Gents another score and their victory, 14 to 0. Weenie goes down with the ball in the Loyola game ■

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■ ■ AND THE SQUAD ar rr " — — . — jr — - i r; » O __._„„« 4 0 ■ k • - 4 • C , . «- 33 34 - 80 £» 81 2 i ijftif - ij§ 4 %Mm - ' 37 38 33 4CU 4I ,42 The 1938 Cenfencrry Genfiemen Bred on the theory of coaching the individual by correcting the mistakes he makes in practice and in the game, the coaches spend long hours teaching fundamentals and seeking coordination in the play of the team. They believe that all great football players love the rough contact and like to mix it in practice as well as in the game, and, finally, Coach Parker has his own code of sports- manship. He says, " I do not like for my boys to be good losers. I want them to play the game hard and clean with a desire to win and when they lose I want them to take it hard. Because it is easy to lose and hard to win. If they lose one week, I want them to take it seriously, to think things over, and come back next week scrapping harder than ever. " ... I J



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The boys tangle up in the De Paul massacre . . . Louisiana Tech gets up in the air, but to no avail After this conquest the Gents caught a train to Fort Worth for a game with Texas Christian University, rated as possessing the best team in the nation. The Frogs outdid themselves in living up to their reputation and set the fireworks off against the Gents. Never has an underdog fought harder to upset a favored rival than the Gents fought in the Texas Cowtown, but victory was not in the books for the Gentlemen that day, and handicapped by team injuries and the lack of several hundred loyal supporters who were delayed on their trip to Fort Worth, the Horned Frogs won by two beautiful passes from the hands of Ail-American Davey O ' Brien. The first soared for thirty-five yards in the air and was carried for thirty yard more to a sixty-five touchdown. Another thirty-yard pass and twenty- yard run carried the Frogs to the Gents three-yard line where the most powerful team in the nation had to try three times before it could make the yardage for the score. All the scoring was in the first half, after that the Gents held their own against the man moun- tain Frogs. Barrie BlRKLEBACK bowerman Bradley Bynum Clark

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