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The band heads one of the many Centenary parades downtown. oboe player, was chosen to lead the group. The other officers included Harriett Crawford, vice-president; Lanford DeGeneres, secretary-treasurer; and J. L. Soloman, publicity chairman. Yoncopins should be handed to Azalie Webb, sweetheart of this year ' s band. Usually the feminine ones who are elected to such posts are elected and that is all. But Azalie proved herself to be one that rightfully de- served the honor. At all functions, even dull practice sessions, she was present or accounted for. In fact, if statistics were taken, she probably had a better attendance record than some of the members. Gentlemen, your hats off, please. The drum major brings the band to a halt in tront of the stands.
Page 94 text:
-CtfW The entire band gathers for a public conceit. THE CENTENARY BAND The 1941-42 edition of the Centenary Band proved to be the best one that has yet been turned out by the local music school. They started early in the fall when a new director, William Causey, stepped into the musical picture and started the marching band on its way for the football season. With the Maroon Jackets and Drum Majors Robert Pugh and Charles Strickland, the Band exhibited many difficult formations at all of the home games and made one trip to Ruston for the Thanksgiving Day game with Louisiana Tech. The bands at Cente nary have varied from year to year but the band this year topped them all for versatility. There have been bands that could strictly " swing out " ; there have been bands that could march; there have been bands that could do fine concert work; but this year ' s band excelled in ail three of these things. And, because of this fact, they gained the popularity not known by the bands in the past several years at Centenary and soon will take their rightful place among the organizations on the campus. Continuing a practice started by the 1940-41 Centenary Band, the entire group was organized this year and held election for officers of such an organization. Sam Papa, The band makes a " V " ior vic- tory at one of the home games.
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Landium, Tippett, Holmes, Jenkins, Bianton, Alston, Blown, Fox, Roberts, Solo- man, Bland, Woodall, Papa, Byid, Banks, Giles, Stephenson, Myers. Allen, Terry, Crawford, Bartlett, Phillips, Newsom, Greene, Marandet, Christian- sen, Fulco, Menefee, Franks, Righy, Luse, Wilson, Robinson, Norstrom. The Centenary College Choir, newly-organized this year, made a name for itself not only in Shreveport but in surrounding Louisiana and Texas. Under the capable direction of Alvin O, " Cheezy, " Voran, the Choir gave concerts at Minden, Louisiana, Longview, Texas, and at the Women ' s Department Club in Shreveport, as well as appearing as a feature of Kollege Kapers at various towns in North Louisiana. Numerous appearances were made before local groups during the year. The formal opening concert given at the Women ' s Depart- ment Club was distinctive for its culture and artistry, attaining new heights in excellence and quality for Centenary ' s College Choir. The choir is a working group of friendly persons, and musicianship alone is not sufficient to complete satis- factory requirements for entrance into the organization. There must be a community of spirit and group unity. The admirable achievement which the Choir made along these lines is commendable. Instead of the con- ventional choir robe, the singers wore modern uniforms — the girls in black skirts and white blouses and the boys in tuxedos. The Choir took special pride in singing " Thy Song, ' Choir ' s director, " Cheezy " Voran. a number written by Nobel Cain and dedicated to the Plans for 1942-43 include a week of vacation-practice before school starts, perhaps at a private camp or at Caney Lake. The officers of the organization are Sam Papa., president; Harriett Crawford, treasurer; June Franks, secretary; and Henrietta Greene, librarian. THE COLLEGE CHOIR
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