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Page 81 text:
Miss Jane Riggs, Band Sweetheart. With beating of drum and sound of cymbal the Centenary Band took its place in the college routine this year. Under the capable leadership of Director Bill Causey, the boys and girls of the band have made a definite contribution in music and school spirit. Chapel programs, radio programs, and basketball games have been made more inspiring and entertaining by its presence. Pictured below are the officers of the band: Rushing, President; Miracle, S., Vice-President; Miracle, G., Treasurer; Entrikin, Secre- tary; Gleason, Reporter. THE BAND The Centenary Band is pictured in the Music Hall which was the scene of many an early morning and late hour practice. Clad in the familiar maroon and white band uniforms, the Band took part in the city-wide parade sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce in April. EXIT wP ' ;■ k
Page 80 text:
Under the direction of Coach Cornish, Cente- nary College resumed its roll in inter-collegiate activities with the reor- ganization of the boys ' basketball team. Though the final scores were not always in favor of the college " Gents, " there was always a rec- ord of clean playing and good sportsman- ship in Centenary ' s fa- vor. The basketball games held weekly were attended by many friends of the college and a large percent of the student body. Pic- tured at right is a por- tion of the team which led the Gents through a successful year on the court. First row: Fridge, Lester, Hawes, Schively, Bennos, Jolly, Burris. Back row: Keith, Cureton, Waller, Ball, Blair, Robins, Cosse. BASKETBALL TEAM At left are pictured the four cheer lead- ers elected by pop- ular vote to lead the students in pep ral- lies and cheers dur- ing the basketball season. From left to right they are, Bob Smith, Claire Jean Williams, Rose Au- drey Randall and Harry Jarred. With pep and enthusiasm these four students have led the students to cheers and tears at basketball games this year. CHEER LEADERS
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