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

 - Class of 1947

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Page 125 text:

Below: Mr. C. H. Rollins, athletic business manager, assumed his duties at Centenary on January 1, 1947, as administrative as- sistant to President Joe J. Mickle, and since then has become one of the familiar faces on the campus. His duties at present are the sale of advance tickets for the season football games, and seeing that things come off as they should lor the football team and things in general. NEW COACHES Above: Dr. Mickle presents new coaches Jess Thompson and Paul Cochran to Centenary fans. Jess Thompson comes to us from Cameron State Junior College, in Lawton, Oklahoma. While theie he piled up a record in four seasons that will be hard to beat. During tha war years he and his assistant were Naval officers. We are expecting high things from the coaches of the new team, and expect the students to help by doing their part to back them up. Paul Cochran, genial assistant coach, who comes to us from Cameron State also, can be found in his office in the gym most any time talking to the prospective players for the new team. He has worked with Coach Thompson and knows what he can do to make our team have as good a record as the teams they have handled before.

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Coach Mason Dunn JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 1 HE Centenary Jayvees enjoyed a successful sea- son by winning seventeen games and losing only eleven. They entered one tournament and advanced to the quarter-finals. There they were beaten by the Elizabeth quintet by a margin of six points. Clark, a forward on the team, was placed on the third team cf the All Tri-State team combinations. Mason Dunn, at Centenary after two years instructing athletics in the Navy, has become well known in local sports circles as the coach of a speedy Junior Varsity team. He has a state-wide reputation of be- ing well-liked and officiates in all sporting activities. First Row — Henry Timms, Bill Morgan, Nathan Joyner. Second Row — Gordon Thompson, Harold Carlisle, Alaric Smith, Jimmy Clark. i



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WOMEN ' S INTRAMURAL COUNCL: Front row, Mrs. Bryant Davidson, Elizabeth Person, Maida Mickle, Billie ]o Rains, Sharon Miracle, Helene McCarter, Beverly Ann Turner. Back row, Miss Doro- thy Robarge, Shirley Lou Petree, Katherine Turner, ]ane Riggs, Margaret Mclnnis. NTRAMU This year the girls ' intramural program, under the direction ol Miss Dorothy Robarge end Mrs. Bryant Davidson, spent many hours working on basketball, volleyball, tumbling, and the various other sports and exercises required ol them. The grouping of the activities was arranged by classes (ireshmen, sophomore, junior, senior), and in this manner teams tor the various sports were selected. The teams com- peted on a special night designated as play night under the supervision ol the Council The Council has met with gratifying success in intra-mural and recreational activities.

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