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On THE COURT QVafi tb GENTS l°3o This year ' s freshman basketball quintet met with a measure of success in their con- tests with both local and out-of-town com- petition. Although the team was some- what handicapped by the loss of Coach E. T. Renfro, the squad was placed under able guidance of Fred Williams, under whose tutleage the team won several games from nearby colleges and high schools. The members of the squad are: Max Bow- erman, Captain, Bernard Levy, Paul Wad- dell, Clifton Speigle, John Henry Outz, Howard Williams, Ned Looney, Sam Aills, Pete Williams, James Taylor, Joe Zim- merman, Harold Kemp, Clarence Wheeler and Richard Kennedy. Coach Curtis Parker emm-vg Jifc " •» • • . ., 9 ja fll te llllk ( 0Bk $B B® H[ m Jj ' -- ;« Y p f As 6 | ' id 1 1 ' 10 THE FROSH SQUAD r ■ r
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f 1 I % DL VARSITY SQL IAD The Centenary basketeers entered the 1935-1936 season a question mark, due to the loss of three seniors who were regulars on last year ' s team, Bill Burch, Stallcup, and Williams. With four let- termen, one junior, and four sophomores, the Gents pulled through with colors flying, to win against some of the strongest teams in the South and Mid-West; including North Illinois Stale Teachers College, Evansville College, and Illinois Wesleyan. Several preliminary games were played before the Gents started their barnstorming tour of the North and West. Following their tour, the Gents plunged into conference contests with Louisi- ana Normal and Louisiana Tech. After getting about an even break with Normal, the Gents were invited to the S.I. A. A. Conference Tournament in Jackson. Here they were unfortunately eliminated by Wofford in a game where the score was decided by only one point. Although tin 1 Gents did not capture the title this year, they have the distinction of going to the semi-finals in ' 35 and of winning this title in 1932 and 1933. Due to the loss of Coach E. T. Renfro, Coach Parker had the full responsibility of coaching the squad upon his shoulders, and did a very creditable job with the material on hand, and all the un- seen handicaps. Coach Parker starred on the court for Arkansas University, besides being an outstanding grid star. [ 92 ]
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HL VARSIT The cage squad of " 36 can boast of some exceptionally good players, both lettermen, and sophomores who joined the ranks of the varsity. James Serra, outstanding forward and center of Taylorville, Illinois, was high point man % y j4k . 3S2 _ r ,. s» Snyder Decker Hooper Millard Binion Huddleston Webb Beasley
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