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' THE YONCOPIN Curtis Parker, Freshman Coach Coach Curtis Parker came to Centenary with an enviable record as an athlete at the University of Arkansas. He showed great skill as a director by developing a team of Junior Gent ' emen who played a hard sched e without defeat. In basket ball and base ball as well as the major college sport, Parker pro- duced well trained, hard-fighting teams. Especially valuable was his work as a trainer of future varsity men. Ernest Zechiedrich, Captain Freshman Football Team " Jug " served as fullback and captain for the Freshman team and filled both positions with great ability. He was a skillful player and an efficient field general. Football fans will watch him as a candidate for greater honors on the varsity squad next season. " Red " Lawrence, Assistant Freshman Coach When Centenary was disappointed in its effort to have " Red " declared eligible b ' e for play this year, we were partially appeased by his opportunity to assist in the coaching of the Junior Gentlemen. He showed that he had lost none of his understanding or love of ihe game. During the practices and during the game " Red " gave his earnest support to his team. cam 166
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— THK YONdOPINgr—JT 1927 FOOTBALL OUTLOOK It seems as though football at Centenary next fall will be booming. Al- ready the roster has on it the names of over seventy eligible athletes, and each of them has already made up his mind that he is going to make matters hard for the other fellow to beat him out of a place on the " varsity. " During the spring training season, the skill and ability of the newcomers were shown to the public in a real regulation game, in which all except letter men took a part. Already the supporters of the team have picked out their man who will surely star next fall. Whenever anyone talks to the coaching staff about its next fall ' s football club, you can easily read their mind and write it down that they are very optimistic, and waiting for the season to come around to justify their op- timism. Next season ' s schedule is without doubt the hardest that Centenary has ever had: Four games in the Southwestern Conference with S. M. U., T. C. U., Baylor, and Rice, and five in the S. I. A. A. with Millsaps, Southern Univer- sity, Birmingham Southern, Louisiana Tech, and the University of Louisville. Such a schedule needs no explanation; it needs to be won and the spirit that is being evidenced around the Campus, especially by the football men, leads us to believe that next year we shall have the greatest team in the history of Centenary. ( ?%£ September 24- October 1- October 8- October 15 October 22- October 29 November 5- November 11- November 19- Thanksgiving - 1927 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE -Centenary vs. Sam Houston State Normal — Shreveport. -Centenary vs. Mills aps College — Shreveport. -Centenary vs. Southern Methodist University — Shreveport. -Centenary vs. Southern University — Lskeland, Fla. -Centenary vs. Baylor University — Waco, Texas. -Centenary vs. Birmingham Soulhern — Shreveport. (Fair Grounds). -Centenary vs. lexas Christian University — Shreveport. -Centenary vs. Rice Institute — Houston, Texas. -Centenary vs. Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, Shreveport. -Centenary vs. Louisville University — Shreveport. ixwmt iUWM 165
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amwrnr w ww—o ww THE YONCOPIN FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD Coach Curtis Parker Assistant Coach Hiram Lawrence SQUAD (L-lettered) Herbert Reeves (L) End Morris Jarrott (L End William Storer (L) Tackle Willie Pearce (L) Tackle B. R. Nix Tackle Tom Cox (L) Tackle Dan Holloway (L) Guard Ernest Zeichiedrich ( Fullback Kermit Stewart (L) Halfback Jerome Scanlon (L) Quarterback Elmo Davis (L) Halfback Virgil Meadows End L) Joe Holloway (L) Center WlLMA TALKINGTON (L; Guard Fred Willis (L) Tackle Robert Brown (L) Halfback Earl Beam (L) Halfback Hershel Hanner (L) Halfback Allen McDonald (L) Fullback Sammie Marr (L) End Peyton Mangum (L) Guard m»mm m 167
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