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Miss Beatrice Carlton, Queen ot the May Fete (right), and her Maid of Honor, Miss Grace Julian. CENTENAR
Page 149 text:
At the half former grid stars were intro- duced, among them Jake Hanna, who was to become coach of the Gents later in the season ... A drizzling rain could not dampen the spirits of returning lettermen and Maroon Jackets, who were presented at the half as Centen- ary ' s honor guests . . . The K. A. float carried out the theme of " We ' re Laying for Baylor " with setting hens labeled for Centenary stars, and, incidentally, carried off the prize for the best fratern- ity float ... A truck load of Zetas clad in blue and gray uniforms added color to the parade . . . After the coronation, Queen Martha Shepherd returned to her throne in the stands and the formal Homecoming ceremonies
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One of Centenary ' s most picturesque tradi- tions is the annual crowning of the May Queen, which takes place before a large crowd of interested onlookers. The corona- tion is held amid great ceremony and an elaborate pageant is presented for the en- tertainment of the Queen and her court. This May, Beatrice Carlton received this distinc- tive honor in a student body election, and Grace Julian served as Maid of Honor to a court composed of junior and senior girls. The Festival presented by the W.A.A. had as a theme, " Flags over Louisiana, " and the history of the state was depicted in colorful dances and tableaus, narrated by Helen Shaw. Scenes from last year ' s May Day; left to light — A group of South American dances . . . The coronation of last year ' s Queen, Catherine Loyd . . . The Gaucho Serenade . . . The South American Way. MAY FETE
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