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If « tf u I) w tf tf tJ tf u u Drennan, Ames, Manager Morse Oslin, Webb THE VARSITY PLAYERS JAMES DRENNAN, Guard—A sophomore, Dren- nan showed plenty of speed and accuracy. With more experience he should prove to be a valuable man in the future. PERRY AMES, Center— Though he played little this season, Ames always could be depended upon to come through. He will be hard to replace next season. BREON MARSE, Trainer — " Peanut " was always on hand to do anything which was necessary. A hard worker and a great help to the team. HAROLD OSLIN, Guard— Although kept out most of the season due to football injuries, Oslin always was a mighty force on the court by his speed. He will be hard to replace. RENDALL WEBB, Forward — Playing his first sea- son with the Gents, Webb proved to be a worthy reserve. With the experience gained he should do well next season. 95
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William s Matthews Skrra Harper Stallcup Blakemore Gibson, Trainer FRED WILLIAMS, Guard— Although out most of the season, proved himself to be a very capable and dependable man under fire. This is Williams second year on the varsity. He should come through nicely next season. JIMMY SERRA, Forward — His exceptionally good eye for the basket, and steady floor work were enough to win him a starting place. This is Serra ' s sophomore year. CLYDE STALLCUP, Guard— A fast thrinking and speedy player, Stallcup enjoyed a successful season, being high in the scoring. He has another year on the varsity. JOHN HENRY BLAKEMORE, Guard— A cap- tain Blakemore was acclaimed as one of the great- est guards in history of Centenary basketball, and by many as among the greatest defensive guards in the South. COULTER MATHEWS, Forward— Again the most outstanding performer and high scorer for the Gents, Mathews game is featured by smooth, fin- ished floor work and an accurate eye. He will be missed next year. MARSE HARPER, Center— Another center of Har- per ' s ability will be hard to find. An exception- ally valuable man under the basket and a constant scorer from the field, the tall center will be hard to replace. " HOOT " GIBSON, Trainer— In there " hustlin ' " all the time, " Hoot " worked hard throughout the cage season. 94
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Tut v ! 9 34- Yoncop in , Miss Louise Noel ' Dirccicr WOMEN ' S The Woman ' s Athletic Association has for its goal a well-equipped Physical Education Department for girls at Centenary College. Some progress has been made, and with cooperated effort in the future such an ideal shall be realized. It is the purpose (it the W. A. A. to promote such pro- grams of athletic activities for all girls as shall meet their needs and interests. Working toward this end, competition has been indulged in during the year, stressing enjoyment of the sport and the development of good sportsmanship and character rather than the making or breaking records and winning championships. Such sports as Basketball, Volley Ball, Swimming, Track, Tennis, Soccer, and Base- ball have been presented to the Physical Education Classes and climaxed by Class Competition. The Class of 1936 seems to be of championship caliber as none of the other classes have been able to best them in any of the sports thus far participated in. With such a class to build around, it looks very promising for a winning basketball combination next year. As a beginning, playing championship teams of :% %b rj f - VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD 96 ¥ M ii U U U M tl I) U w « II
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