Maurice Morgan Assistant Coach Although the 1934 Maroon and White fresh- men foothall team did not come through with flying colors in their regulation battles, the in- dividuals, as a whole, have the qualities neces- sary to tackle varsity competition. The athletes have the confidence, and they will in all proba- bility make good players. Coming up next season to vie for positions on the varsity are seventeen freshmen. They are as follows: John Yerly and Ed Schwing. ends; Ed Trickett, Stan Struglinski, Harry Fairman, tackles; Ogbourne Rawlinson, center; Duel McDuffie, Charley McDonald, guards; Huddleston, Dean, Harris, Beasley, McQuiddy, Millard, Thomas, Stone and Ellis, backs. The outstanding linemen are Trickett, Strug- linski; McDonald. Rawlinson and Schwing. hi Struglinski, Coach Parker has an athlete who tips the scales at 240 and is over six feet tall. Although he is awkward, " " Stan " will develop into a good tackle due to his power. Trickett, who starred for Byrd High School, is another that deserves comment. He is a good battler and knows the game. Coach Parker has a good quartet of backs in Dean, Ellis, Stone and Thomas. These four boys can punt, pass, and run, and consequently will make a great set for the varsity. Non-lettermen, who will try for positions, are Jimmie Serra, Vance Hancock, Willie Mozach, Bob Decker, Preston Thompson, J. E. Riner, Jack Frizzell, Hal Burgess, Henry Johnson, Earlton Johnson and David Mitchell. Hancock, who made gridiron history for Bolton High of Alexandria, will make a good man for the Cents. He is a fast and shifty ball carrier. Jimmie Serra, stellar basketball player, may break into the regular lineup due to his pass catching ability. Coaches look over. Freshman Starting Lineup SgL V - ' ._.. ,««i ?8A
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Head Coach Curtis Parker and Assistant E. T. Renfro Starting the season off with an inex- perienced and mediocre team, which later developed into one of the strongest aggre- gations in the Southern Intercollegiate Ath- letic Association, through the commendable coaching of Curtis Parker and E. T. Ren- in), the Centenary College basketball team chalked up seventeen victories against eight defeats for the 1934-35 cage season. ummavu o o he The quintet was handicapped by the loss of several outstanding players, and with only two lettermen returning for Coach Parker to use as a nucleus, the team in spite of the difficulties, emerged from the depths of a weak team into one of the class- iest clubs in this section of the United States. Three preliminary games were played THE VARSITY SQUAD « r ' B 1 ' i . .. .. . B H " - " 1 ,.. , • ■■.
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