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Drama MR. AND MRS. JOHN WRAY YOUNG, a.b. Expert instruction to those who wish to enter the field of drama is offered the student by Mr. and Mrs. John Wray Young, instructors in drama. Mr. Young is well known for his outstanding work as director of the Shreveport Little Theater and has long been recognized as a leader in this field. HUMANITIES Music RALPH A. SQUIRES, a.b., b.m., m.m. MRS. HELEN RUFFIN MARSHALL MR. LESTER SUMMERS, a.b., m.m. MISS RAY CARPENTER, b.m. MR. WILLIAM CAUSEY, b.s. in music MR. A. C. VORAN, a.b., b.m. The excellence of Centenary ' s Music De- partment, under the capable direction of Ralph A. Squires, is proved by its member- ship in the National Association of Schools of Music. Instruction in reeds, violin, pub- lic school music, piano and voice are of- fered the student. Popular courses in music appreciation and the re-organiza- tion of Centenary ' s Band are two of the contributions of Mr. Squires and Mr. Causey since their return to Centenary after service with the armed forces. Above, lelt to Tight: Squires, Marshall, Summers. Below, left to right: Carpenter, Causey, Voran. Art DON BROWN, b.a. Popular with students are the many courses which are a part of the curriculum in Centenary ' s Art Department. Don Brown, Assistant Professor of Art, is acclaimed throughout the south for his artistic and literary work.
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English MRS. ARTHUR SHUEY, a.b. MRS. ANNA RUTH NUT ALL, A.B., M.A., D.R.E. DR. KATHERINE J. FRENCH, A.B., A.M., PH.D. MRS. A. R. CAMPBELL, a.b., a.m. DR. A. M. SHAW, a.b., a.m., ph.d. One ot the many things for which Centen- ary is famous is its excellent English De- partment under the direction of Dr. K. J. French, acting head of the department. By reason of its influence many have gained a greater appreciation for literature and the English language. Languages WILLIAM G. PHELPS, a.b., m.a. E. L. FORD, a.b., m.a. R. E. WHITE, a.b., a.m. Centenary like all other leading col- leges continues to emphasize the classical and modern languages in its curriculum. Greek and Roman culture as presented by Mr. Phelps, and French, Spanish, and German presented by Professors Ford, White and Strauss offer the linguist well rounded guidance. Left to Right: Nutall, Shuey, French, Campbell, Shaw. Bible ROBERT E. SMITH, A.M., B.D., D.D., LITT.D. Again this year the colorful and in- teresting subjects of Dean R. E. Smith have highlighted many a student ' s college course. By his graphic teach- ings of the Bible, religion has gained a new and larger meaning in the lives of Centenary students. Left to Right: Phelps, Ford, White. HUMANITIES
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Mathematics JOHN A. HARDIN, a.b., a.m. W. G. BANKS, JR., a.b., a.m. Classes in algebra, trig, and calculus are the specialties of Dean Hardin and Professor Banks. Their return to the classroom has rendered the science of numeral and angle both interesting and beneficial . NATURAL SCIENCE Above: Thayer, Entrikin, Stinetorf elow: Maizlish, Moody, Carlton. Science MISS MARY WARTERS, a.b., m.a., ph.d. MRS. E. W. KIMBALL, b.a. Zoology has received great acclaim this year with the colorful lectures of Dr. Mary Warters and efficient lab instruction of Mrs. E. W. Kimball. Many students have discovered science as an intriguing and beneficial study with such able instructors to guide them. Science L. A. THAYER, b.s., m.s., ph.d. JOHN B. ENTRIKIN, a.b., m.a., ph.d. ROSCOE STINETORF, a.b., m.s., ph.d. MRS. YETTA MAIZLISH, m.s. ROBERT MOODY, a.b., b.s. MISS ELIZABETH CARLTON, b.s., m.a. Instructors of many scientifically-minded students of Centenary are a quartet of pro- fessors. Newcomers to the department are Miss Elizabeth Carlton, lab instructor and Mr. Moody, while Mrs. Yetta Maizlish completes the trio of math professors. Dr. Entrikin, head of the Department of Chem- istry, with Dr. Thayer and Dr. Stinetorf, continue their excellent instruction in Chemistry.
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