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

 - Class of 1937

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Yep! It ' s really money! Those plugged aluminum mills gave rise to some lousy jokes, rememher? The grim-faced varsity selects helmets ior battle. Students followed them on the road-trips Paper-publishers Car- starphen and Tiffin roar with uncontrolled mirth But Champ Willard Dean (and the rest of us!) seems to miss the point The perpetual Kappa Alpha sit-down strike goes on successfully Queen Hutchinson graces Homecoming Day festivities. . . . Campus crewers and NYAers get busy earn- ing an education " Weenie " Bynum, freshman football flash, rides the opponents — and also our unfortunate associate editor

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The Freshman Squdd... Figuratively thumbing their noses at the Varsity, the Freshmen romped through their four game sched- ule without once having their goal line crossed. With three games to their credit and a scoreless tie when the season closed they were content to rest on their laurels until their Sophomore year when they ' ll get a shot at first-string positions. Opening in Texarkana the Junior Gents beat Texarkana Junior College 7-0 by Weenie Bynum making the first score of the year. Backed by Partin, Midkiff, and Jones on the defensive, Bynum proved him- self the spark plug of the team. Against Lamar Junior College the Frosh had a hard time getting away with a 6-0 score. Lamar proved to be a tough opponent and made the first-yearers earn their game with plenty of hard defensive play. Kilgore Junior College fell like lambs at the slaughter pen to the clinking of 20-0. Bynum got the crowd dizzy with his fine ball-carrying and got away wit h one touchdown run together with many nice gains. Manson pushed his toe in the hog-parchment for several spectacular punts. Louisiana Tech proved the toughest bunch of the season and after a sweating hour of busting heads the game ended 0-0, both teams having turned in an excellent performance. Trainer " Peanuts " Moore cheeituUy throws a wet towel into Padgett ' s face The Frosh hne-up to steam- roller Kilgore Junior College and Bynum " sells out " with good interference .... • Page 50



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The Banc. W, ITH a great clashing of cymbals and beating of drums the Centenary College Band marched rhythmically on to bigger and better things this year in the way of a finer musical organization. Inno- vations were many, for in addition to their regular duties, the Maroon Jackets acquired snare drums and even learned to pound them with some degree of accuracy. This step enlarged the personnel by some twelve comely members, although how much it helped in a musical way is open to debate. Fur- ther feminine addition came with the appointment of Helen Rosenblath as the first girl Drum Major of the college, she, with Baton Twirler Horace Logan, led the Gentlemen ' s Band through a highly suc- cessful year. Expressive of this opinion a Fort Worth paper stated that " The Centenary Band put on the most colorful between-halves performance ever seen on the T. C. U. field. " Not content with this praise the Band earned more laurels by its special broadcast presentation at the Texas Centennial in Dal- las during the celebration of Shreveport Day there, and by other concerts at the Rose Festival in Tyler and at Tulane. The Band was accompanied by pretty Sweetheart-of-the-Band Martha Shepherd on all their football trips and Kollege Kapers tours. Their spectacular achievements this year are largely due to the efforts of one man, " Doc " S. D. Morehead, whose capable direction and hard work has made the Centen- ary Band one of the finest college organizations of its kind in the Ark-La-Tex area.

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