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Classes Over In the fall a football game is the point of attention for all the students. In the win- ter months it is the boxing and basketball teams that draw the crowds, while spring and early summer find the undegraduates leaning on the boxes at the baseball park. When the day ' s classes are finished in- dividual tastes dictate the activity to oc- cupy the leisure hours. A sing-song in a sorority house will appeal to both mem- bers and pledges. Others may prefer a friendly bout with the foils. After a formal party the students will usually be found in one of the restaurants near the campus, taking on a late snack and a round of con- versation.
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Historical: In the early days of Centenary, ability to use the rapier and the foil was a part of the training of many young gentle- men of the Old South. Today it provides an interesting part of the sports activity of the Centenary student. College Life: The Centenary College band, in full dress and on parade, marches behind the strutting drum major. The orchestra forms an important unit of the school variety show. The Candle Lighting ceremony, performed each year during the Christmas season, is an impressive rite in which representatives of all the classes take part. When the college paper, " The Conglomerate, " rolls off the press each week, the college book store becomes a reading room for those who can spare a minute for a glance through the columns.
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Students Play A big party in the gymnasium with silly hats to take the dignity out of the seniors makes the freshmen relax and feel at home. The many golf courses in Shreveport af- ford wholesome sport for several student groups. Tennis on the concrete, all weather courts, is a popular recreation, although a bit strenuous for some. The new Student Union Building, now under construction, which will have reading rooms and spacious entertainment halls, will provide recreational activities for all students, no matter how varied their pref- erences may be. Meanwhile, weighty problems that worry the world will con- tinue to be discussed under the pine trees. I i 1 f I
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