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The campus herald. volume (None) 1941-194?, October 01, 1941, Image 7

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f A: ; THiCIvi OVER" V--.--^7 5y Heni’y lioore Althouglr the Henderson Institute Football squad has won two games and lost one, almost all of its players are green. By this, we mean that they have never played football before. Our first game v/as played against Rockj^ Mount on October 3, 1941. In this game the greeness of the players was very v.,ddely shown. Because of bad blocking and tackling we were beaten by a score of 33-7. Laurels go to lYilliam Holtz and James Henderson for our lone score in this encounter. Our next game was played here against Vferrenton High, October 10. This time the story was different, we won by a score of 13-0. Touchdovms were made by Jaiaes Yancey and Claude Epps. V,'e were also victorious in our next encount^-r, defeating Louisburg on October 17 in our own backyard to the tune of 27-0. Touchdowns v;ere made by Jiimes Henderson, Claude Epps and Vdllicim Holtz. The remaining Schedule of Games: HOt-a November 7th AWAY October 31 November 14th SQUAD AGMRS Melvin Turner John Durham George Blair William Holtz Jaincs Henderson Roj/ Lee Brooks Edward Davis Moses Bullock -Edwin Allen oa'vii Harr'o:i Henry Moore Tarboro, North Carolina Dunbar High School Durham, North Carolina Mary Potter High School Oxford, North Carolina Jaiaes H. Henderson James Greene Claude Epps Charlie Jiggetts Robert Scott Joseph Brame Jcuaes Yancey Thurston Sneed Jack Throvier Thomas Hen':ieo''-o;" INSTITUTE PANTHERS TIE CHAPEL HILL TIGEPiS By Isaac Rowland The homecoming gaiae betvieen the Institute ^Panthers and the Chapel Hill Tigv.rs held .here in our Stadium Friday, October 24, was •one of the mo.st sensational games of the •st-^asen. The pigskin chasers of the Panther division h.-lped viear out the turf on every defensive play to end up with a tie against the mighty Tigers, Henderson receiving.the bcdl on the kick off ran two plays with little yardage, and lost it by a fumble. Chapel Hill recovered and tried two passes, completed one with a little gain comp:;rod with Henderson’s three passos-one coirploted and no first downs. against Henoerson for unnecessary rougn- ness putting them on ii.inG,erson's eight yard line completed a pass for a touch dovn. Chapel Hill missing their extra point making the score at the half 6-0, Beginning the second half Chap'.l Hill received the ball on the kick off and gained 8 yards on first olay, but passed on oreceeding one making a first down. Chapel riill ran ne>;t three plays punting on the fourth. Epps receiving the punt ran four yards making it second and six. Holtz making two first downs in succession threw a pass to Jack (Cincinnati) Thrower, which wris complete!, for a thirty-six yard gain. In tvio more plays, tile Banthers found themselves on thu Tiger's eight yard line and Holtz bucked coirber and scored. The Pauithers tieing their score maue it 6-6„ Both sides shifted plays but neither was able to miiHe a Second touch down. So the score stood 6-6 at the end of the game. HENDEHSQi. INSTITUTE' PCS J. Throwrer E. Allen T. Henoerson J. Brame J.H.Henoerson G. Blair Brooks M. Holtz Harmon J. Yancey H. Moore P03.' chapel hi i I£ ’ I. J.ackson LT ' fiynen LG » T. Marrow C ' B. Jack.son liG ' R. Huetin RT f Jones RE ' A. Bynem CB ' R. Craig LH ' C. Jones RH ' G. Uec'-.ver F3 » F. Jackson WHO'S lliO IN SPORTS By Isaac Rowland U'illiam Holtz, our well knovm 230 pound back is the pep of the brickfield. Holtz v;as unable to play last year bt cause of a broken arm received in practice, but is physically fit this season. In previous games he has been known to have half the opposing term on his back viith l 10 yard gain. Joseph Brame, that terrific 60 minute man and w.i.de.ly knovri cenler b.r.s b:'’-- charging ability a-nd the making of an All-American Star, Brame is known for nJ, coolness and intuition. James Yancey, th.at sensational broken field winner, a resident of Henderson, has succeeded in helping to make history for the Institute Panthers. "Jim" has earned his reputation widely on receiving passes. He is like a bullet on evei^.^ defensive play. James H. Henderson, that flashy guard who is recognized as oiu: of the most valuable players on the team. Although inexperienced he wa.s one of the stars of our first giime. Henuerson's motto is, "Get the oigskin". When the line begins to vieiiken tiie back f'dls to gain. In the beginning of the second quarter the ngupoort your naper and kna-; the news", ball shifted to both ti.'ams with liti.lo gains. Chapel Hill's ball on Henderson's forty-nine yard line, rail two plays making first downs 01^ eiich plus a 15 yard penalty inflicte^

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