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MEN ' S COUNCIL: Wallace Turner, Gerald Cureton, Merrill Boydston, Richard Watts, Ed Launius, Coach Clayton Cornish. SPORTS ■ ■ The boys ' intramural program was well or- ganized this year and met with much suc- cess. The Council, under the direction of Coach Cornish, has maintained interest in athletics o all types, and has put on a line display o the sports this year, with many teams competing in basketball, loot- ball, and others.
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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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tyootbUl Coaches Thompson and Cochran began spring football practice early this year, running the groups of boys in shifts. From each group will be selected those for the team to represent Centenary on the field next year. The climax of the spring practice is an inter-squad game which gives everyone a good idea of what to expect next year. In the spring the interest shown in inter-fraternity football is an indication of what the spirit will be when the college team takes the field. The fraternities competed in a round-robin tournament to decide who would play off for the school champ- ionship. The finalists in this game were the Kappa Sig- mas and the Kappa Alphas. The final score of this game was 7-6 with the Kappa Sig- mas on the long end. During the half Miss Bettye Fletcher was crowned Football Queen.
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