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a- GENTS " Faced with the problem of instilling pep into the student body of Centenary, Stilwell Tiffin, Head Stilwell Tiffin Cheer Leader, with Frances Johnson, Edna Earle Head Cheer Leader Richardson and Howard Gates as his assistants, developed some new yells, revived some old ones and soon built up a fine cheering section for the early season football games. For the big games later in the season Tiffin and his assistants presented a repertoire of coordinated antics and seemingly spontaneous bursts of enthusiasm, which kept the students in an uproar of vocal support at every game, even though the going was rough for the Gentlemen on the field of play. Tiffin is due much credit for his good work on the cheering squad during the past two years, and particularly for his work this year. Tiffin, Richardson, Cates A rest period Richardson and Johnson clowning
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Mississippi, where he had gone to scout a foot- hall game, cast a pall of sadness over the College campus and the entire city, where he was known and loved for his friendly spirit, his cheerful smile, his fine character, and his courage. H. M. Knilans, coach of Byrd High School ' s cham- pionship teams, was appointed to assist Parker for the remainder of the football season. Knilans proved to he a valuable scout and an able assist- ant. To assist in coaching the varsity line, Coach Par- ker retained Fred Williams, the alert and aggres- sive center of the 1934-35 Centenary team. Wil- liams was rated as one of the smartest centers ever to represent Centenary on the gridiron and his work with the freshmen and varsity this year indicate that he may show equally as well in the coaching field, with a few years of experience. • » »-. H. M. Knilans Fred Williams an L THE STA For the second year the important task of training the frosh candidates in the ways of college foot- ball, was intrusted to Maurice Morgan. Morgan was an outstanding end on Centenary ' s great un- defeated team of 1933. He has developed a num- ber of promising candidates lor the 1936 varsity from the freshmen squad of this year. Maurice Morgan [ 75 ]
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