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Page 103 text:
THE STADIUM Arch Haynes, a loyal friend of Centenary and an enthusiastic supporter of her athletic pro- gram, furnished the driving power necessary to bring to a s uccessful conclusion the movement to erect a suitable stadium for Centenary ' s athletic events. The Centenary Club and many Shreveport business men have had a great part in making possible the new stadium which is now under construction. Stadium Committee Arch Haynes Director E. I. Davis Chairman Bonneau Peters Henry O ' Neal R. O. Marks W. H. Black Louis Selber Allen D. Morris L. Baker Conway Stroud J. L. Haynes A. F. Lanier J. D Lyles J. M. Ivy L. J. Daniels H. E. Barnes Homer H. Norton- Allen O. Graves Dan. W. Spurlock Dr. J. T. Crebbin C. B. Grayson C. G. RuilDERHAM V ' fei
Page 102 text:
THE LEVELER Football has come to be looked upon as one of the dramatic ways of indicating, if not meas- uring, certain differences between institutions. Just what these differences are it is diffcult to tell. Even the score board is mysterious, and sometimes difficult to read. Perhaps there is not much logic in the argument. Perhaps, too, this is neither the time nor the place for logic. Yet it has often come to me that, through football, many of the usually recog- nized external differences in institutions tend to disappear. What its football team is has no ap- parent relation to the age, size, location or character of the college or university. In particular, football pays no attention to geography. This afternoon, Purdue greets those who yesterday were more or less strangers. Today we count Centenary as belonging within our circle of lasting friendship. The rivalry of the grid- iron will lead to scores. Any unevenness is a passing incident. All teams are equal on the grid- iron, before the game. The inevitable law of sport levels all inequalities, after the game. Edward C. Elliott, President of Purdue University. Written on eve of Centenary-Purdue game. Expressions tell the story — Victory and Defeat. Dr. Edward C. Elliott, president of Purdue University, and President George S. Sexton of Centenary College, watching the Centenary-Purdue football game. Purdue won. This picture was made without the knowledge of the subjects.
Page 104 text:
Fred Willis Coach FRESHMAN FOOTBALL RESUME The Centenary Junior Gentlemen gave evidence of proving valuable addi- tions to the varsity when they went through with their season in winning more games than they lost. In the first game against the El Dorado Junior Col- lege, the yearlings piled up a big score to smother the Arkansas boys under an ava- lanche of touchdowns; the score at the close of the fray was 85 to 0, in favor of the freshmen. Alvin Brown Assistant Coach The next game saw the Junior Gents swing into action against the Texas Military College and again emerge victorious, 22-8. The freshmen played the best game of the season against the Military College Cadets. The Lon Morris Bearkats were the next victims of the freshmen, the locals piling up a 26-0 score with little difficulty. The Junior Gents took a 900-mile trip to the Mexican border to play their fourth battle of the year and for the first time, they were turned back without victory. The Brownsville Junior College Scorpions gave the Shreveporters the worst shellacking they had all year and sent the Junior Gents home with a 26-0 loss. In the last game of the season, the yearlings were again on the short end of the score, 12-0, in their fray against the College of Marshall.
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