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Ce n te n a ry ' s Dr. George Quinn, now deceased, Margaret Hope, and Bernie Howard, Centenary cheerleaders in the good old days, returned to celebrate Homecoming and prove they still had the old technique. The high spot of the year was the traditional Homecoming on November 20, v hen past and present met to pay due homage to their Alma Mater. For weeks in advance plans were made and invitations issued to all old grads, while the campus was in an uproar over the election of the Homecoming Queen. Once under way, the procession of events moved on with an atmosphere of mounting excitement until the climax — the game itself. The pre- liminaries — radio speeches, banquets, parades, open houses, bonfires, pep meetings, and the like — were only a build up for the game and the crowning of the Queen. Even the defeat this year at the hands of the Texas Tech Raiders did not put a damper on the spirits of the happy Homecomers. The only sad note in the whole occasion was the absence of our beloved " Doc George " who was not here to bestow the crown and his customary kiss on Jessie Mae Sexton, the Queen. However, President Cline success- fully took over his duties in order that the traditional ceremony might be preserved and handed on to future generations as it has been in the past. A little lumber, a little sacking, a little ingenuity, and a great deal of labor made the Chi Omega house look enough like a football to win the cup for the best decorated sorority house in the annual contest at Homecoming. Football heroes of former days return to swap tales of victory and defeat, but mostly victory, as they compare teams of the glorious past with those of the not-so-glorious present.
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