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Music Activities: Miss Carpenter coaches a piano ensemble, one of the features of advanced study for students in the Music Depart- ment. Professor O. Lincoln Igou conducts a class in Public School Music. Professors Martini and Squires constitute a duo that is in great de- mand for concert appearances among music lovers. Professors Ralph Squires, Albert Martin, Ernest Rol- ston, Ray Carpen- ter, and Henrietta Carnahan hold an informal con- ference in one of the music rooms.
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Music Department: The excellence of Centenary ' s Music Department is attested by its recent admission into the American Association of Schools of Music, whose high standards permit only the more advanced schools to enter. The school ' s choral group (pictured at top of page) appears in several concerts each year. The faculty includes Albert Martini, violin; Ralph Squires, piano; Ernest Rolston, voice; Miss Ray Car- penter, piano, Miss Henrietta Carnahan, piano, and O. Lincoln Igou, director of the band and teacher of public school music. Faculty members and advanced students are in constant demand as guest artists for club meetings and other organizations throughout the Shreveport area. Professor Rolston, Head of the School of Music, selects a number from the well stocked music library which is the equal of any in the South. Speech and Dramatics: Mr. and Mrs. John Wray Young, Jr., in addi- tion to conducting the Dramatics and Speech Departments at Centenary also direct the Shreveport Little Theatre plays where many of the students win roles in the productions offered.
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Math and Education: A strong foundation in mathematics is necessary for a well-rounded edu- cation. This department at Centenary is headed by Dean John A. Hardin and affords the student an opportunity for either advanced work or a major in the division. The mathematics team, sponsored by the department, which has con- sistently carried off honors in intercollegiate com- petition is pictured at upper left, being coached by Professor W. G. Banks. Centenary students planning to be teachers con- sult with Professor R. R. Ewerz, Head of the De- partment of Education, concerning their training problems, as shown in the picture at upper right. Teacher Training: A complete group of Educa- tion and Teacher Training courses meet the re- quirements for teacher certificate awards by the State Department of Education. Students take practice teaching courses in the model school maintained on the campus under the direction of Miss Irma Broadwell, shown super- vising a class in music (circle). At left, a stu- dent teacher conducts a class.
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