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David Canter, Joe Allen and Bill Ross, a trumpet trio In the early morning hours and in the hours of the late afternoon the band practiced diligently for its spring concert sponsore d by the Red River Kiwanis Club. Held at Byrd High Auditorium, the concert was the first formal appearance of the band for the community. Billy Ross Band President Pattie Searcy Vice-President Harlan Washington Secretary-Treasurer nH»s«4 ainawm-3i« ;mas l;ii
Page 104 text:
CENTENA RY BAND The Band in a formal portrait Many basketball games and assemblies have been highlighted by the martial air and the rhythmic beat produced by the Centenary Col- lege Band. Under the capable leadership of Director Bill Causey, the boys and girls of the band have made a definite contribution to the college scene. Every year the members of the band elect a Centenary Co-ed as Band Sweetheart. This year the band selected Miss Barbara White, pictured at left. A freshman this year, Barbara comes to Centenary from North Platte, Nebras- ka. She has been active in dramatic, intra- mural and organizational activities.
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Katherine Turner Sponsor The Maroon Jackets are, in a word, official hostesses of the college. The throngs of registration, freshman week, lyceum programs and weekly chapel programs are always dotted with the familiar maroon and white uniform of the Maroon Jackets. Three girls from each social sorority and the non-Greek group are selected for their qualities of leadership, scholarship and character. These girls are on hand at college functions to serve student and visitor as a friendly and charming emissary of the college tradition. Founded in 1931, the Ma- roon Jackets have been an efficient and busy organization this year completing their nineteenth year of ser- vice to the college and community. First Row — Buja Biggs, Ann Bowden, Ann Byrne, Sybil Durbin, Jean Marie Enthkin, Betty Flournoy, Bettie Rea Fox. Second Row — Jackie Gaines, Marguerite Houston, Gwen Kelley, Betty Jo Loe, Tommie Lue Maddox, Carolyn Yancey, Sharon Miracle. L
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