Centenary College of Louisiana - Yoncopin Yearbook (Shreveport, LA)

 - Class of 1934

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EFEATED GENTS Q33 In selecting the assistant coach for future gridiron campaigns. Coach Parker has chosen E. T. Ren- fro, an outstanding athlete from Arkansas University and a successful coach from Jonesboro A. and M., now Arkansas State College. Parker and Renfro are old friends of college days at Arkansas Univer- sity, where both made outstanding records in athletics. Renfro was chosen as the most brilliant field general in the Southwestern Conference and gained national recognition during his career at the Razor- back school. The impressions of Renfro with Centenary, and Centenary ' s impressions of Renfro have been more than favorable and the combination of Parker and Renfro is expected to not only continue Centenary ' s rreditable record in athletics, but to uphold the morale in athletics at the college. With such spirit as the Gentlemen of Centenary ex- hibited this year, and with a head coach such as Curtis Parker at the helm, the Gentlemen are destined to reach greater heights of athletic excellence in the held of big-time competition scheduled for the future. E. I. " Grits " Davis, business manager of athletics at Centenary during the past season, has shown himself to be a capable and conscientious member of the athletic depart- ment. " Grits " has endeared himself to the college, as he had already done with the city of Shreveport as a busi- ness man. Always interested in athletics, since the days when he performed, he has taken a decided interest and pride in the honors won by the Gentlemen. He has been on the job at all times. E. I. " GRITS " DAVIS Business Manager .y ' V ' -- ' v ' . ' --j ..: ... .„. " ••■ ' ■ . ' ««. - ' . . -, l " - " . i ' ' " 7..V 75

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CENTENARY ' S UND The greatest group of Gen- tlemen in the history of Cen- tenary in spirit as well as record, closed the 1933 sea- con, having played twelve games without any defeats, continuing the brilliant show- ing of 1932. Injuries and malaria rid- dled the Gents roster, respect- ing neither regular nor re- serve, but the morale never wavered. Coach Homer Norton de serves due credit for his ex- cellent work in producing one of the greatest teams of the nation, from the remainder of the 1932 squad, and for rebuilding his team so expertly whenever adversities lay in his path. Coach Curtis Parker, whose worth as a football coach is a proved and undoubted fact, has taken over the coaching reins as head coach for Centenary beginning with the 1934 season. Coming directly from Arkansas University, where he was an outstanding athlete in all lines of sport, he has eight years of coach- ing experience with the Gentlemen. Parker was the second man in Arkansas University to letter in three major sports, the first being Renfro, present assistant coach for the Gents. Parker, besides being a coach of unlimited football knowledge, is a marked basketball coach, having turned out an outstanding cage team every year. COACHES RENFRO AND PARKER 74



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m . Paul Geisler, Centenary ' s brilliant gridiron " Hoss, " won the honor of being placed on the leading Ail-American teams for 1933. . . . With a truly great ability in diagnosing opponents played, a constant threat as a pass receiver and a bulwark on defense, Geisler ranks among the greatest ends in gridiron history. Geisler made all of the major Ail-American first teams ex- cept Colliers, which placed him on the second team. 76

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