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Harp tiies for field goal. That ' s a thTiller! SEASON S RECORD WE ' iHEY East Texas State 64 46 Rice ' nstitute 62 54 Stephen F. Austin 65 5b Ft. Sam Houston 83 55 Steptien F. Austin 43 46 S. M. U 52 79 Rice Institute 66 78 Washmgton University 55 68 Illinois State Normal 61 bO Bradley University 64 92 Southwestern Louisiana 76 51 Loyola Of The South (overtime) 63 62 Southeastern Louisiana 64 59 Northwestern State 63 61 Louisiana Tech (overtime) 67 64 Mississippi Southern 60 79 Springhill College 56 59 Springhill College 64 68 Mississippi Southern 62 il East Texas State 69 73 Southeastern Louisiana 68 66 Loyola Of The South (overtime) 65 67 Louisiana Tech 83 66 Louisiana College 92 49 Northv estern State 51 54 SouthV;restern Louisiana 72 93 Louisiana College 77 59 Joey Johnsoi i Douglas Mooty Did he make ii " ? Stay with him, Bushy! T ' i . .H • ' ■ ff i M tL iL 1 . s mSm - i " L %Kt J KCj| V ft- fc i 1 1 c yy M 1, y m ,m m ■
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BASKETBALL, 19 51 Bradley Baird Jerome Bushyhead This has been one of the most successful seasons in several years for the Gentlemen of Centenary College. Under the able leadership of F. H. " Bus " DeLaney, Centenary fought its way to a second place tie with Southeastern Louisiana in the Gulf States Conference race. Coach DeLaney came to Centenary last year from the Marion Military Institute of Alabama. A product of Peoria, Illinois State he received his M. S. from Arthur Franklin Bruce Harp the University of Illinois. In College, he was an able athlete, winning six varsity monograms and Captain-Elect of the track team. His college work was interrupted by the last war in which he saw service in the Army Air Force. Centenary had the highest scoring team in the his- tory of the Gulf States Conference, with an average of 66.5 points per game. The seasonal average for the " Gents " was 65.5 points per game. Veatch reaches or a high one. CONFERENCE STANDINGS Won Lost Springhill College 13 3 Centenary 10 6 Southeastern 10 6 Mississippi Southern .... 9 6 Northwestern State 8 8 Southwestern Louisiana ... 8 8 Loyola of the South 6 10 Louisiana Tech 6 10 Louisiana College 1 14 One Hmtdred Five
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First row — Haiold Mooty, Joe Mooty Second row — " Wishey " Nolan, Bill Spongier Third row — Ressie Timmons, Dean Veatch Fourth row — Jim Whittler, Bob Wright During the game at Southeastern, Centen- ary ' s all-round center, Joey Johnson, pumped in 30 points. This brought him the honor of holding the all time record score of the con- ference. He was also the " Gents " leading scorer, with 393 points. Right behind " Big Joe " was Harold Mooty, with 390 points. Harold set a record at the new Robertson Fieldhouse at Bradley University by scoring 31 points against the Bradley " Braves. " This was also the individual high score in one game by any Centenary eager. The highest score in the 1950-51 season was the 92-49 defeat Centenary handed Louisiana College of Pineville. The lowest score was Centenary ' s loss to Stephen F. Austin, 46-43. Centenary has made quite a name for her- self in basketball circles by playing the powerhouses of the nation. The Gentlemen put their talents on display against such teams as Bradley, Rice, S. M. U., Ft. Sam Houston, and Washington University. In these games. The Maroon and White showed themselves able opposition to all these teams. In the N. A. I. B. games at Hammond, Cen- tenary beat Southwestern 63-53, but lost to the host team, Southeastern, 81-72. By popular vote, Harold Mooty was choosen as " Honorary Captain " of the 1950-51 sea- son by the varsity squad. Harold and Dean Veatch were also named by the teammates as the " Most Valuable Players. " M
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