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Page 85 text:
WHEN GENTS HUMBLED OLD LOU Friends of Centenary gratulations to Director Haynes on the completion of the project which had been their com- mon goal for many years, the thousands in the stadium cheered their approval. The men whose names appear on this pag; have had a part in building a greater Cen- tenary and have also helped to make possible the athletic section of this book, as a tribute to Coaches Norton and Parker and their undefeated team of this year. The staff of the 1933 Yoncopin extends to them its sincere thanks for their splendid support. M. W. Barber Judge T. F. Bell O. L. BlEDENHARN Harry V. Booth Bubba Broyles E. A. Chapman Dr. John T. Crebbin Harry Crichton John L. Creed Ransom C. Curtis Crystal Oil Refining Corp. C. Bickham Dickson Charles D. Evans John McW. Ford A. C. Farnell Dr. J. M. Gorton B. R. Gault J. D. (Uncle Jack) Hilton Pike Hall T. R. Hughes, Sheriff George W. Hardy, Jr. A. G. Hammett George M. Hearne, Jr. Claude Hazel John W. A. Jeter Leon Johnson A. F. Lanier Elmo P. Lee, Jr. Max Levy Will M. Levy V. C. Megartiy Bonneau Peters John L. Pepper C. G. Rudderham F. E. Russ Judge David B. Samuel Dan W. Spurlock Tom Tanner R. M. Winsborough F. T. Whited o PAGE 81 •
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STADIUM WAS FILLED TO CAPACIT ' Doc George " Sexton congratulates Arch Haynes on completion of Stadium. To the Loyal Without the support of loyal friends, Centenary, small school that she is, could never have reached the heights of athletic glory which are hers today. The loyalty of her friends has been tried and tested through the years that have witnessed her rise from a nobody in the world of sport to a place in the sun in Southern football. For many years, President Emeritus George S. Sexton and Coach Homer Norton have dreamed of the day when Centenary would have a suitable ath- letic field, where her Gents might engage the great teams of the Southland on the gridiron. A group of men who shared this dream with Sexton and Nor- ton have made possible its realization by their loyalty and untiring labor. A dream was made real, a great hour in Cen- tenary ' s history arrived when, on the afternoon of the Louisiana State Normal-Centenary game, the college officials and many other notables marched to the cen- ter of the stadium gridiron, where President W. An- gie Smith accepted the beautiful stadium from Arch Haynes, director of the stadium committee. As President Emeritus George S. Sexton extended con- • PAGE 80 •
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The Yoncopin, 1933 s v THE CHEERLEADERS Dickey Hawthorne Head Cheerleader Bill Kennedy Assistant Margaret Hope Assistant Harriotte Smith Assistant One of the things most necessary to inspire a football team to deeds of greatness is enthusiastic support from the student body at all times and organized cheering during the games. Dickey Hawthorne, the stu- dents ' choice for head cheerleader, and his assistants were successful in creating a strong college spirit early in the season which gained mo- mentum with each succeeding victory. The members of the football team seemed to sense the spirit of the student body and became imbued with a fighting spirit which at times seemed superhuman as they won victory after victory in their march toward the goal which they achieved — a season unmarred by defeat. • PAGE 82 •
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