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The Tennis Season The College can well boast of the wondeful record it has made in tennis in the seasons of 1928 and 1929. Due to the supreme racket wielding of the team and especially James and Holder, tennis has been placed in its proper position at Centenary. Although the Southern colleges were rather slow in putting the proper emphasis on tennis, Centenary along with a few other Southern schools, and with the aid of a strong team has been able to take her place among the best of Southern tennis teams. Not only is the team proud of a continuous line of vic- tories, but also of the college friendship which the tennis relations have instituted. The team of 1928, consisting of Arch Holder, captain; Bill James, Max Moningh, and Lynn Gardenhire, which was really the first tennis organization in the history of the school, is credited with four victories of the five matches played. This Spring the 1929 team had an undefeated season. This team consisted of Captain Bill James and Arch Holder, two of the best court generals the college has yet seen. This is Captain James ' last year and too much praise can not be given him for the sincerity with which he battled when on the court. The college is losing one of its strongest players. Holder will have the privilege of battling and smashing for the Alma Mater in 1930. Page One Hundred Forty-eight
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William Robinson Archie Jarrott Tony Hernandez Marvin Speights The Trinagular Meet at Natchitoches with Normal and Louisiana College was the third scheduled, and in this Centenary placed second. Normal took first place by winning the mile relay, the last event of the day. The fourth meet was lost to the Sam Houston Teachers. In the final contest, the S. I. A. A. Meet, the Gents showed up well. Coach Hoy entered only five men, but everyone of them placed, with Hamel winning the javelin throw. Several valuable men will be lost this year on account of graduation, but with good material coming up from the Freshmen ranks, prospects for 1929 are bright. Clarence Hamel was elected to lead the squad next year. Page One Hundred Forty-seven
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The Tennis Season 1928 RESULTS Centenary 2 Centenary 3 Centenary 5 Centenary 1 Southwestern Sam Houston Normal Mississippi College Millsaps - - 1929 RESULTS Centenary 3 Centenary 3 Centenary 2 Centenary 5 Centenary 4 Centenary 3 Centenary 3 Sam Houston Normal Loyola Southwestern Louisiana College Louisiana Tech Mississippi College Millsaps Rill James Arch Holder Page One Hundred Forty-nine
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