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Page 113 text:
Albert Martini, instructor in violin, is olten heard in concert over KWKH. THE FINE ARTS The four branches of musical endeavor., voice, piano, violin and band (group in- struction) work together in perfect har- mony at Centenary, where budding genius blossoms at all hours in an atmos- phere so rarefied that we ordinary mor- tals can hardly survive in it.
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The " C " Club The " C " Club members and Coach Parker enjoy a period of rest and relaxation in the club room. OFFICERS President Al Beasley Vice-President Langford Huddleston Secretary-Treasurer W. H. Stone MEMBERS Nedd Looney J. H. Ouzts Curtis Warren Ted Olzack Jimmie Patterson Dub Partin Turney Vinson Hal Burgess Curtis Jones Joe Zimmerman Claude Smith Lewis Bradley Joe Steeples Jack May Ogbourne Rawlinson Langford Huddleston Alvin Birkelback John Lingo Al Beasley Sam Aills W. H. Stone Ed Whitehurst John Clark Willard Dean Weenie Bynum John Manson Walter C. Hohmann Bob Decker Pete Williams Bill Snyder The " C " Club was organized by a group of Centenary ' s early lettermen in football and as now constituted selects its members from lettermen in all major sports. Bound closer together by the common ownership of a beautiful club room in the new gymnasium, the " C " Club under the guiding hand of President Al Beasley made itself felt as a progressive campus organization this year. In spite of other activities, the annual initia- tion day which brought all of Centenarv ' s new 1937 anH 1938 lettermen in football and basketball into the club, was the high point of the season. On this day Jimmie Patterson, Weenie Bynum, John Lingo, Dub Partin, Curtis Jones, Ed Whitehurst, Ted Olzack, Joe Steeples, Jack May, Turney Vinson, Ogbourne Rawlinson, Alvin Birkle- back, and John Manson were on the receiving end of some well prepared horseplay. These boys have proved that they can take it, and there will be new lettermen next year to test the prowess of the initiated. More entertainment for its members was the chief objective of the club during the current year. Without try- ing to go " social, " several informal parties were given for the members. As a result of moonlight picnics, and other informal social occasions, several romances budded forth, and spring on the campus found the wearers of the " C " sharing the laurels of sport (their " C " sweaters) with some of our fair co-eds.
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Music Music instruction has been offered at Centenary College for many years. Prior to 1929-1930 music courses could be elected for credit toward graduation with the degrees Bache- lor of Science or Bachelor of Arts. It was in that year that the Department of Music became the School of Music and the college began granting the degree, Bachelor of Music. At the same time it became possible for stu- dents to major in music for the de- gree Bachelor of Arts. Since that time the growth of the School of Music has been steady and at the present seven faculty members are devoting their full time to music in- struction, both theoretical and ap- plied. Instruction is offered in piano, voice, violin, viola, cello, string bass, in all of the brass instruments, and in practically all of the reed instru- ments. The course in public school music has been a decidedly popular one since the addition of music to the curricula of the public schools in Louisiana. Top — Violinist Albert Martini gives instruction to two of his pupils. Center — Mr. Ralston examines a valuable old parchment manuscript found in an Irish mon- astery. The piece, which dates from the tweltth century, is a Gloria irom a Mass. Bottom — The Quartette in a playlul mood, Har- bin Boddie, Robert Crichlow, Will McKinney , Carl Strother, and accompanist, Dorothy Her-
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