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Page 75 text:
THE GENTS ' MASCOT No older in years than the number of Centenary football letters made by W. H. " Grandma " Stone or Langford Hud- dleston, a new figure has come to add color to Centenary athletic events. A favorite of the coaches, a favorite of the players, and a new favorite of the fans, Walter O ' Roark, Jr., three-year-old, mascot of the Gentlemen, can be seen at all home games doing his bit to relieve the strain that is on the players, giving his full moral support to their cause. He comes dressed in the uniform to fit the event, and the lucky eleven he wears on his back marks him as the luck charm on the Centenary bench. At the football games he makes his appearance on the field with the cheerleaders and sits on the bench with the reserves. At the basketball games, he precedes the team on the floor and shakes hands with each member, as the team makes its first ap- pearance there.
Page 74 text:
J ° o nerK L RY S PEP P o ' R° ar ■ Rhod a Little MiJ about peP- Experienced and untiring in their ef- forts to get support for the team from a spell-bound student body, the cheerleaders did a good job of pro- moting pep on the campus and at the games. Their appearance on the chapel program was always wel- come, for it meant fun for everyone. At the games they sacrificed seeing many good plays to do justice to their jobs. To give more variety to the pep programs, new yells were introduced. The boys, Roy Montgomery and Bobby Decker, serving their second year in this capacity, were steady and hard working. The girls were Edna Earle Richardson and Marguer- ite Lockhart. Edna Earle won this honor for the third time when she was re-elected this year. Lockhart served her first year. Dressed in pleated white skirts and maroon shirts, they were cute and graceful as they danced and stunted up and down the green.
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