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Bynum is tackled after an end run in (he Arizona game After stopping the one man attack of Southwestern ' s Gaylon Smith the Gents pushed over a touchdown late in the fourth quarter to win a hard earned 6 to victory in Memphis, Tennessee. In bottling up Smith the Gents did something that no other team had been able to do in two years and something no other team did the remainder of the season. Weenie Bynum had one of his greatest days as he matched the famous Smith yard for yard from the line of scrimmage and it was his hard runs that set the Gents in scoring position for Whitehurst to cross the line for points. McCrary Manson Mayeaux May Pass defense conscious and travel weary the Gentlemen traveled to Waco to battle the Golden Baylor Bears. Bullet Bill Patterson and his mates mixed running and passing attack proved too good for the Gents and they pushed over two touchdowns and added both extra points to take the Gentle- men 14 to 0. The Maroon and White gave all they had against Ole Miss at Oxford to come from behind and lead the Rebels 14 to 12 at the half. But the team that had defeated the L.S.U. Tigers proved too much for the Gents and rolled up a 47 to 14 score to give the Gents their worst beating in many years.
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OVERTHROW THE COWBOYS It seemed that the pass jinx had caught hold of the Gents and had doomed them for another defeat when Hardin-Simmons scored first with a passing attack that originated on the Gents ' forty-four yard line. But when the air raiders were again threatening to score, Weenie Bynum hooked the ball out of the air and galloped ninety yards down the sidelines for the first Centenary score and the turning point in the ball game. With Birkleback, Bynum, and Whitehurst turning on the power the Gents scored twice more be- fore the Cowboys could start another offensive drive that would net points. They scored again just before the half but the Gents, relying on the line plunging ability of Ed Whitehurst, retaliated with another touchdown in the third quarter to end the scoring for the day and give the Gentlemen a 26 to 13 victory. Hardin-Sim- mons had gone undefeated during the past season and it was quite a feat for the Gentlemen to take them. Coach Cobb limbers up the Gents be ore a game
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V T 1 , M V % J (mm Olzack OUTZ Padgett Centenary throws Loyola lor a Joss (he hard way By the magic of Alvin Birkleback ' s educated toe, the Gentlemen nosed out a one point, 7 to 6 victory over the Loyola Lions of Los Angeles. After the Gents wearied themselves with an offensive drive in the second period that gained a lot of territory, but failed to reach pay dirt, the Lions took the ball where the Gents left off on the twenty-five yard line and on nine plays and a fifteen yard penalty carried the ball over for a score. Cotton Barnes came off the Centenary bench in the third quarter and unleashed his pitching arm to show the visitors from the West Coast what Southwestern football was really like. His long pass to Outz on the Lions ' eighteen yard line set the stage for the touchdown that was made by gains of Birkleback and Whitehurst through the Westerners ' line. Birkleback ' s kick gave the Gents the game by a one point margin as the Lions had failed to make the extra point on their previous attempt.
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