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BASKETBALL R Ray Payne Andy Strong Christmas holiday trip Date School We They Dec. 18 — Creighton Uni. at Omaha, Nebr 50 44 Dec. 20— Creighton Uni. at Omaha, Nebr 52 64 Dec. 23 — Kansas Uni. at Lawrence, Kans. 41 49 Dec. 27— DePaul Uni. at Chicago, 111 40 63 Dec. 28— Bradley Uni. at Peoria, 111 60 80 Dec. 30 — Emporia State (Tournament at Emporia, Kans.) 44 64 Dec. 31 — Wichita University (Tournament) . ... 42 45 fan. 1— Wichita University at Wichita, Kans.. .51 45 A scene from the games between the Blue ]ays of Omaha, Nebraska, and the Centenary Gents
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Richard Dill After this opening spurt of victories the Gents launched into their long winter campaign, featuring a long northern trip at Christmas time. Fans were treated by the stellar performances of the Gents ' new ace center, Freshman Joey Johnson, six-four, two hundred ten pound lad from Chickasha, Oklahoma. Joey led the scoring department with 380 points. Co-Captains Cleveland Strong and Lenny Fant, along with such ball players as Dill, Hale, Fry, Payne, Duncan, Veatch, Andy Strong, Andrews, and Basham, went to make up the squad. zm ' t ? %K
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An action shot with accent on the tree throw The Gents had a total of thirty-six games this season, having an average of 51.9 points per game against the opponents ' 48.3. The Gents had on their schedule such teams as DePaul, Bradley, Kansas University, and Creigh- ton. These teams have long been in the spotlight of the basketball world. The Gents entered into the newly-formed Gulf States Conference race and set the pace for the conference right down to the wire, but were beaten out by their old rivals Northwestern. The Gents managed to take second place in the conference under the directorship of Athletic Director Glenn Smith, who was at the helm after the resignation of Coach Young. The total number of conference games played was sixteen with eleven victories and five de- feats. The student body is behind the team one hundred per cent and will be looking forward to the opening of the sea- son next year when Coach Delaney will be the director of the cagers. So we say, ' Good luck to you, Gents, for the 1949-50 season. " Reecie Timmons Dean Veatch Seaman Mayo
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