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t ' Upper left, Drew Liddell Upper right, Jimmie Stayton Right, The Big Four Lower leit, Hutch Phillips Lower right, Jack Comegys Undaunted by a first match defeat at. the hands of East Texas State Teachers College, the Gentlemen Golfers are looking forward optimisticall y to a suc- cessful first season of intercollegiate golf. Beaten 15 to 6 in point score in their first engagement the Gents are itching for a return engagement with E.T.S.T.C. scheduled in Shreveport, April 16. Matches are also scheduled with Northwestern, Tech, Springhill Col- lege of Mobile, Alabama, and possibilities of matches with Barksdale, Texas A. and M., S. M. U., and S. L. I. They were aoly led in the first match by Hutch Phillips, in the number one slot, who garnejed three of the Gents ' six points. Drew Liddell, playing number three, picked up a point and a half; Ben Helm made half a point in the fourth position; Stanley Dickerson in the fifth spot made one point; and Slick Comegys, playing in number two spot, had a contested 92 or 91, you take your choice. Jimmie Stayton, the debonair Broadmoor linksman, was unable to make the first trip to Sulphur Springs. That takes care of all the personnel, except the schedule arranger, Coach Clayton, and the faculty sponsor, Iowa and Tennessee Mantle. Their constant encouragement, along with the busi- ness manager of the athletic depart- ment, helped the team get started. Sweet, birdie! oh Sweet — Knock in that
Page 128 text:
tyootbUl Coaches Thompson and Cochran began spring football practice early this year, running the groups of boys in shifts. From each group will be selected those for the team to represent Centenary on the field next year. The climax of the spring practice is an inter-squad game which gives everyone a good idea of what to expect next year. In the spring the interest shown in inter-fraternity football is an indication of what the spirit will be when the college team takes the field. The fraternities competed in a round-robin tournament to decide who would play off for the school champ- ionship. The finalists in this game were the Kappa Sig- mas and the Kappa Alphas. The final score of this game was 7-6 with the Kappa Sig- mas on the long end. During the half Miss Bettye Fletcher was crowned Football Queen.
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DIAMOND STARS Baseball practice began at Centenary this year with over 50 boys trying out for the team. Coach Jack Clayton plans on a traveling team of 18 members selected from the boys out. He has scheduled over 24 games for this season. The team will take the diamond for the first game on Saturday, March 28, with Northwestern State College and will play teams from colleges in the Tri-State Neil Burgess, John Atkins, David Carhon, Gerald Cureton, John E. Evans, Wilton Guice, Richard Watts, Billy Bickham, Jimmy Pov ell. In front, Maxwell Hanna.
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