Centenary College of Louisiana - Yoncopin Yearbook (Shreveport, LA)

 - Class of 1940

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p ยป (h (ft fmi ' Hi ' l The invasion of Houston. The band lines up preparatory to parading irom the station to headquarters at the hotel, just heiore the Rice game. As we go marching through Hous- ton. The Maroon and White band lound many enthusiastic supporters in Owl City. Drum Major Charles Strickland led the band and Jackets through many difficult formations in the course ot a long, hard schedule. Still marching. Still Houston. The Band Sweetheart, Lorraine O ' Roark, is presented to the fans by Cheerleader Mcllwain and Drum Major Strickland as Mascot Walter O ' Roark looks on. The Sweetheart ' s Serenade . . . Lor- raine enjoys a private rendition by some of her devoted admirers.

Page 66 text:

CENTENARY ' S BAND During the school year 1939-1940 the Band division of the Centenary School of Music, under the di- rection of O. Lincoln Igou, and the student management of Russell Stewart, rendered increasing service to the community and campus. A larger number of musicians and better instrumentation were only two of the great improvements over the preceding years. Probably the most spectacular innovation was the method of using flashlights to make formations at the night games. This novel method of illumination intrigued spectators and band members alike, for it necessitated a great deal of running around on a darkened field, with the result that neither audience nor band knew what might happen next. The band practices a new number to entertain Saturday ' s football crowds. The colorful maroon and white uniforms of the band and Maroon Jackets are being recognized as representative of the progress of present and future years of music appreciation. The band, led by the Maroon Jackets, performed at all the home games and made two trips, one to Rice Institute in Houston on October 7, and the other to Louisiana Tech at Ruston on November 30. A large number of students and faculty members attended both of these games, also. During the fall, the Maroon Jackets and band participated in three downtown parades, where Drum Major Charles Strickland made a lasting impression with his flaming baton. Lorraine ORoark, pop- ular and prominent Zeta, and a member of the Sophomore class, was chosen by the band as its of- ficial Sweetheart early in the year and accompanied the band on all the trips thereafter.



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" I! KOLLEGE KAPERS For the seventh straight year, we find Doctor S. D. Morehead ' s orig- inal creation -- Kollege Kapers of Centenary College - - leading the list of entertainment in North Louis- iana. Headed by an all-star cast of actors, backed by a large group of the best vocalists on the campus, who in turn are supported by the best orchestra of Kapers history, the performances are sources of real pleasure to both audience and cast. Serving in different capacities for the second time are congenial, com- petent Mai Mcllwain as Master of Ceremonies, Charles Peters and Charles Knight with their trumpets, Harris Butler with his soft clarinet, Bill Graham with his slide trombone and witty pencil, Billy Kathryn Pryor with her laughter bringing dance, Jo Beth Nelson, who never hits the wrong key on the piano, Hugh White, who plays comedian and drummer with equal gusto. The truck is loaded and everyone seems anxious to start on the trip . . . A scene from the play, " The Scientific Way . . . " Cheezy, " with the assist- ance of M. C, Mcllwain, puts " Short- enin ' Bread " in the groove . . .

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