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

 - Class of 1937

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1 3 v.« Loa lull. i s ig the in(pt] »jj (. of the incnibt.is Alpha Xi Delta J Alpha Xi U ta -.moi ' , rlightful i hou c laV, day fveniiiL ' al thtii kidt; ' ampu in h )ljm ' 1 Iho Fratorn ' tim Lambda ThitR " hi irsday .■M.i e fiitoijci ' ameda The Frateniit; g I ' eccpfi 1 d(( if ' -d laween ni ' jlU , _„. ™ Sisnn l ' b( • " mrv I i i PF The Greeks s. OMEONE started a rumor that the Athenians had created the Greek Alphabet for some other pur- pose than that of naming fraternal organizations, but, according to campus authorities on the subject, such was not the case. Apparently, so far as Centenary research can (or will) ascertain, the noble Grecians took it upon themselves to formulate an outlandish series of A, B, C ' s in the express hope that they might some day be jumbled up to give an exalted group an excuse to browbeat, backslap, and assess underclassmen. The Greeks, so historians and the movies tell us, ha d a word for it, but we doubt whether they had one adequate to describe the Centenary sororities and fraternities, and if the Greeks could not do it, neither can we. Page 98

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Jackson cocks his light to lay an Indian low. .... Mashino takes a hard left Coach Price shows how it ' s done .... Two letts connect at once Taping ' em up in the dressing room . . . Mashino gets set .... A hay-maker that missed Oklahoma A. M. made the long trip over here to be held to a draw. In these bouts Jackson and Mason again won by K. O. ' s, while Herby wa s deleated by an old teammate. Three wins each and two draws was the result ol the match between Centenary and Mississippi State College. In these bouts, the Gentlemen forfeited two fights to Mississippi, while Mason, true to form, won his pugilistic combat by the knockout method. Murray State School of Agriculture and Centenary drew four all in the match between the two schools. In the bouts with Texas University, the Gents smeared the Longhorns in both encounters, by scores of 5-3 and 6-1, with one draw in the last fights of the series. Louisiana Tech lost their match to Centenary, toward the close of the season, 5-2, with one draw. Louisiana State University, Northeast Center won the last match fought at Centenary, six fights to two. Mashino and V ilson were the only Gent Mitt-slingers to chalk up wins. Won Herby Mashino 10 Mac Krentel Bill Abbington 1 Dale Porter .... .... 1 Paul Hudson 2 Jeff Newman 4 Clyde Jackson 8 Claude Mason II Ben Sheppard 2 F. M. May 4 Stanley Hidalgo I J. C. Wilson 2 Warren Graves I Harry Williams 2 Curtis Jones Lost Drew 2 1 I 2 1 6 1 2 5 1 5 3 4 1 4 I 1 I 1 Matt Price, Boxing Coach • Page 97 •



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Tne Inter-Fraternity Counci KAPPA ALPHA Robert Nelson Dana Dawson, Jr. THETA KAPPA NU Fred McCullough Roy Montgomery LAMBDA THETA CHI Paul Entrikin Thomas Crowe SIGMA PHI Philip Stagg Joe Broyles 7 - ' ,1 The Inter-fraternity Council fills a necessary and im- portant place on the sampus in bringing the four fra- ternities closer together in a spirit of friendliness and co-operation. Composed of two representatives from each frat and presided over by Chairman Bob Nelson, the Council this year has made and carried out regula- tions in regard to all affairs under its supervision, especially those dealing with rush season and pledg- ing. In contrast to former years, its activities have been few as the Greek brothers on the whole have had a very peaceful school session, with a noticeable lack of dissention to their credit. Nelson, Stagg Entrikin McCullough, Da ' wson Crowe Montgomery, Broyles

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