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Page 133 text:
Haitei, Payne, Fraser, and Steph- ens take time out to pose for a picture. The 1940 Tennis team suffered heavily from misfortune. Frank Keith was unable to play due to illness and a job which kept him from practicing. Randolph Mayer suffered from an injury received in the cyclone which struck the campus. C. E . Ewing provided experience for the team and a new star was added in the person of Joe Stephens, brilliant freshman. Other new- comers with definite promise are Earl Harter, Billy Payne, and Louis Fraser. The squad won one match from the Wayne University team, one of the foremost tennis teams in the nation. This squad was un- defeated last year, winning from 28 teams, including some of the nation ' s best younger players. The prospects for 1941 are very bright, with such promising new material as this year ' s team has produced. Manager for this year was hard working Robert Webster, who scheduled matches and attended to correspondence and finances for the team. ACROSS THE NET C. E. takes a high one. « •- -,., JL...L_J
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FRESHMAN BASKETBALL With the wonderful record of last year ' s freshman basketball team hanging over their heads, the Junior Gents of the Court struggled gallantly but vainly to make a good showing this year. The Frosh were coached by Elmer Smith until mid-semester when he took over the varsity driver ' s seat. During the remainder of the season they were under the guiding hands of " Hoot " Gibson, trainer of the Gentlemen. Playing preliminaries to the varsity games, the freshmen lost five collegiate games, four with the Louisiana Tech Bullpups and one with the Louisiana Normal yearlings. Besides these inter-collegiate games, they met several in- dependent teams on the court and had a little better luck with them. The starting lineup usually consisted of Mike Majchers, G. W. McNutt, Bob Raley, Delmar Hamby, and Ed Hoynoski. The reserves were made up of Ralph Kern, Russell Coleman, Alfred Day, Martin Pfau, Thomas Brown, and Chester Angel, who were ready and willing whenever needed. Bade row — Phalke, Kern, McNutt, Day, Hoynoski. Front row — Coach Gibson, Phau, Hamby, Majcheis.
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-y p% - r ji kj%i z f i i Assistant Coach Smith shows a couple oi pitchers and a catcher how to manipulate . . . White, Bowerman, Harmon, Patterson, and Birkelback line up tor some iniield practice . . . Coaches checking Pat ' s hatting. ON THE DIAMOND Under the direction of Head Coach Jake Hanna, and Assistant Coach Elmer Smith, the Centenary baseball team got down to serious prac- tice and as the book goes to press they won their first game from Louisiana Tech, 6 to 4. This is the first year in the history of the Maroon and White teams that baseball has been taken up as a major sport and considering that fact as well as that the squad is necessarily inexperienced, the season bids fair to be a good one, even though the team may not win a majority of its games. The squad " wets made up of Catchers Teel and Burkes; Pitchers Jowers, Barnes, and Crawford; Infielders Patterson, Birkelback, Bowerman, Har- mon, and White; and Outfield- ers Looney, Pearce, Crawford, and Bynum. Coach Hanna and the 1940 baseball squad.
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