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GENTS MEET Ed Whitehurst Back Leon Allen Guard Maurice Padgett Center Joe Staples Guard Ray Mayeaux Guard The next defeat came at the hands of the Ole Miss Rebels. Ole Miss, empha- sizing speed and the strongest running attack Centenary encountered all sea- son, had far too many weapons for the Maroon and White and won 34-0. The Centenary Gentlemen fought bravely to break their long losing streak and led for a half, but weakened in the closing period of the game under the manpower of the Golden Hurricane, which squeezed out a 15-7 victory. Hard luck seemed to be trailing the Gents when a field goal and an intercepted pass resulted in additional scores for Tulsa and destroyed the 7-6 lead which Cen- tenary had maintained throughout the first half. Scoring a touchdown after the first two minutes of play and scoring in the second and fourth quarters, the T.C.U. Horned Frogs beat the Gentlemen 21-0 at the game played at the State Fair before stands filled with boosters of both schools. All the glory of the game did not go to the Frogs, however, for Jones and Holloway played an excellent game for the Gents before injuries forced them from the field.
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Lloyd Hearne Tackle Bob Barrie Back Weenie Bynum Back Nedd Looney End Next on the Gents ' long and hard schedule were the Hardin-Simmons Cowboys. The Gentlemen came through the game at the short end of a 7-6 score after outplaying the Cowboys in every way, shape and form. It was a tough break for the Gents and a thrill for the spectators when McKinnon, Hardin-Simmons quarter- back, received a kickoff on his own five yard line and ran 95 yards for a touchdown, a few seconds after Centenary had scored on the visitors and failed to kick the extra point. On September 30, Trainer Gibson packed the suits of the Gentlemen and they journeyed to College Station where they were defeated by the nation ' s leading football team, 14 to 0. With jarring John Kimbrough scor- ing both touchdowns against the bandaged Gents, the Cadets hit the jackpot for the first time in seven games between the teams and decisively buried the long jinx before 10,000 home fans. Kimbrough ' s destructive power made the difference in this game. It was not easy going, but the Texas Aggies combined sheer power with a running attack to put the Centenary team to rout. After losing their third straight game the Gents caught the train for a game with Rice Institute of Houston. Ernie Lain, Rice halfback, pitched the Owls to a 13-0 victory over the well drilled Gents in the game in Houston Saturday night. The Owls simply had too many guns for the badly outweighed, crippled Cente- nary team that nevertheless stopped effectively Rice ' s vaunted running attack. Twice during the game the sturdy Centenary defense turned aside serious Rice scoring threats. Throughout the game, the Gentlemen impressed the 12,000 crowd with their daring and with their utmost disregard for Rice ' s physical advant- ages.
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TOUGH FOES The Gents ran into a new complication at Tuscon. The clock didn ' t move last enough, and consequently they were defeated in the last 15 seconds of the game when Arizona cracked down with scoring fury and punched the score- board with the only touchdown the game developed. The Gents came out of their season ' s losing streak but had only a draw to show for the turning point of their disastrous gridiron campaign. The battle was strictly a punting duel with Charles Calhoun of Texas Tech opposing Weenie Bynum and Max Bowerman. When the athletes were not chasing down punts or blocking to protect the kicker, they were slipping about on uncertain footing chasing a free ball. Fourteen fumbles were committed, and this is more re- markable due to the fact that only 28 plays were run from scrimmage. The miscues proved costly to each team, but the opposition was never able to capitalize on the errors. Curtis Jones Tackle James Campbell Guard John Clark Back Dub Partin Tackle F. M. May Back After a week of holding their own the Gents got back on the losing end and lost to the Baylor Bears 13-6.
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