Western State Teachers vs Centre College
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1935 = = = = = 2:00 P. M.=== = = FARRIS STADIUM
CENTRE b;d, yO" wel,ome.
and sixteen college years, honorable and serviceable years, are looking down upon us.
May we as players and
as spectators, in this game and in the greater game of life , play tbe part of good sportsmen, courageous and honest and fair, in ways that are worthy of our glorious past and of our possibilities.
Old Centre bids you
welcome. CHARLES J. TURCK, President.
••• Centre College Colonels versus
Western State Teachers College
••• SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7 , 1935
==========2 P. M.========== FARRIS STADIUM
Published by the Centre College Publicity Bureau
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Backfield Coach Quinn D eck.., H ead Coach E _ K ubale, A sslslant F ootball
M anager B urke W illiams.
IN SET S-Rush N ichol son, M anager, and Dr . A . E . POf"ler, F aculty Chairman of A thlelJcl .
HOTEL FARRAGUT â€¢ FARRAGUT O PERATING C O., PROPS. DIR ECTI O N RO BERT R. MEYER
300 ROO MS EACH WITH IND IVIDUAL BATH , RADIO AND ELECTRIC CEILING FANS MODERN
1 935 SECOND ROW ( Lefl to R ig hI )
AT RIGHT EARL BARTLETT "Klng Bee" Caplaln
FIRST ROW ( Len to Right ) JOE ENSMINGER flJo"
ROBERT RAMSIER II Bob" MURL GORE
WM . KENNEDY " Red" THIRD ROW ( Lefl 10 Ri ghI) ROBERT MARKS
CHARLES ASHER "11%y" ROBERT KIDD " Bobby"
CHAS . CARPENTER " Charl ie" LAWRENCE MOORE " Larry"
HOTEL PATTEN Chattanooga's Leading Hotel
Headquarters for Visiting Students and Center of Athletic Activities in General
WESTERN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE W
ESTERN! The new school from the western part of the Commonwealth.
long ago one heard of a school by that name and in that section of the state. Today, we know of a great institution called Western State Teachers College, which is preparing for the state and nation many fine citizens.
Centre is proud to be host to the Hilltoppers, who come to represent such a great organization on the football field.
We boast with them for
Coach Carl "Swede" Anderson, who not so many years ago did his part on Cheek Field for Olde Centre, and who is now engaged in preparing football stars for Western.
Hilltoppers, we like your sportsmanship. You have shown clean sportsmanship on both field and floor, and we stand together COACH SWEDE ANDERSON
you to Cheek Field and Danville.
Hit the line hard and hit it square Play the game and play it fair Crash right through do or die You've got to be good to SATISFY.
CENTRE PROBABLE LINE-UP TODAY N umber
79 90 77 88 83 89 86 67 85 74 80
Ensminger _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Left End Eicholz Left Tackle Asher Left Guard E. Gaines Center Gore Right G uard Marks Right Ta ckle Garrett Right End Kennedy Q uarterba ck Dance Halfback Lua llen Halfba ck Bartlett (Captain) Full back CENTRE VARSITY SQUAD 1935
80 45 42 69 71 85 22 90 79 66 72
88 86 83 35 67
Position Name Ashe r, Charles G. Bartlett, Earl (C) F. B. Bell , Fred E. Bible, L. A C. H. B. Cam pbell, Bob C arpenter, Charles _ _ H. B. H. B. Dance, Ed T. Davidson , B. G. Eic holI, Kenneth T. Ensmi nger, Mil ton _ . _ _ E. Fitzpatrick, Harry _ _Q. B. Ga ines, Ca lvin C. Gaines, Elvin H. B. Garrett, Gordon E. Gore , Murl G. Gravitt , Shelton G. Kennedy, Will:am _ _ Q . B.
No. 70 74 89 43 23 87 28 75 76 26 68 84 73 41 33 49 24
Kidd, Bob C. Q . B. Luallen, Brooks T. Marks, Bob Martin , Dick E. May, Ed H. B. May, W. _ _ _ _ _ _T. Miller, Marshall F. B. Moore, Larry F. B. O sborne, O wen H. B. Pohlman , E. J H. B. Purdon , Cla ude H. B. G. Ram seier, Bob Sampso n, Irvi n E. G. Turne r. Jam es Viol ett, Norman H. B. W hiteh ouse , Barnard _ _T. Wilcox, Pau l - - - H. B.
WESTERN PROBABLE LINE-UP TODAY J eney Scarle1. &. Grey
99 90 94 79 97
99 82 80 79 97
75 76 77
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Back WESTERN VARSITY SQUAD 1935 Jersey
59 70 71 72 73 74
75 76 77
78 79 80 81 82 P3 84
93 74 71 73
70 75 76 98 78 79 94 81 85 83 84
Back Moore Back Branham _ _ _ _ !lack Day End Jones Adams _ _ _ End Quillian Back End Garner Prewitt Back Garrison _ _ _ _ Back Batsel Back Ellis G uard Vaughn TacHe Tipton Center Cooper End Baker Back Griffin G ""rd
Sea- let Scarlet &. Grey Name
85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99
86 87 88 89 82 91 68 95
Roddy _ _ Peebles Niman Williams
Hibbard Crol e y Bla nford Hanks
Sack Back G uard G uard Tac~le
96 Goranflo 92 Durham _ 97 Cox 90 Caple 99 Re e d
T"c'b Tac lÂ·le Cente r G uard C 3 ~t" r
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ITH the exception of Riggs Sullivan, the I g35 Sophomore Champion Basket. ball squad is ready to take the floor again in December for a bigger and
better season in 1936.
After two years of real team work, and with the addition of
several freshmen stars of last season including Elmer Smith, Shelton Gravitt, C. T. Alexander and Fred Bell should make them favorites for the S. I. A. A. Tournament crown. Final rating last year was second among eleven S. I. A. A. teams of the state, . and one of three favorites with Western Normal and ÂˇMurray, the finalists in the K. I. A. C. Tournament at Bowling Green. I.
This record was made possible by the support of Centre Students and friends of the college at the home games and on foreign courts.
In 1936 let's win the crown
for Centre by attending every game on the home court, and every foreign court.
FIRST ROW- RoM. Campbell, B . G . Davidson, C has. E lchol â€¢. SECOND ROW-H arry F IUpatrlck, Calvin Gaines, El ton Gaines. TH IRD ROW- L ucien Colson, Root. M eyers, W m. M ay. FOURTH ROW-Cl aude P Ul'dom , I rvin Samplon, Owen Osborne.
CENTRE COLONELS Choose
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F IRST ROW-Fred Bell, L. A. Bible, E d Dance. S ECOND ROW-aordon OlU'reU, J ames T urner, Shelton OraylU. THIRD ROW-Brook. Luallen, Dick MarUn, P aul W illcox. FOURTH ROW-Marohall Miller, Bernard W hitehouse, E â€¢ .I. P ohlman.
CENTRE SONGS AND CHEERS 3.
FIGHT SONG For the Gold and White We'll ever fight, fight, fight, We'll make those line bucks raise the score. We'll bite 'em on the elbow, kick 'em on the shin, Until they want to fight no more. On every battlefield, you'll see Olde Centre's shield, And then you'll know she's doing well. So for the team, team, team, Keep up the steam, steam, steam, Olde Centre, give 'em HELL! 1.
Yea, Gold ............ Yea, White, Yea, Centre........ Fight! Fight! Fight!
C-E-N-T-R-E (slowly) C-E-N-T-R-E (faster) C-E-N-T-R-E (still faster) Yea, team, team, team.
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Team ........................ ~ ...... :........... fight 1. team ........................................ fight 2. team .................................... fight 3. team ................................ fight 4. team ........................... _fight. 5. team ........................ fight 6. team .. _......... _....... fight 7. team._ .............. fight 8. team ............fight 9. Yea, Colonels, Colonels, Colonels. Yea, team, Yea, team, Yea, team, Let's fight!
OLDE CENTRE (Tune, "Marseillaise") Olde Centre marches ever on, On to victory and to glory, Loud cheers ring out, huzzahs resound, To proclaim the same old story. Ever bold, as of old, guard her honor; "On the field, never yield; win her fame. Chorus For Centre, now be bold, The Gold and White unfold. Our heads we bare, our pledge renew, Old Centre, we'll be true.
GREETINGS FROM A FRIEND
We are Happy to have you with us Whether on busine s or pleasure you can expect a cordial welcome to
DANVILLE Weare proud of Centre Weare proud of Danville We root for Centre We root for Danville
DANVILLE ATTRACTS-SO DOES CENTRE Be with us often
â€¢ CHAMBER OF COMMERCE DA VILLE, KE TUCKY
CENTRE COLLEGE FOUNDED 1819 D ANVILLE. KE TUCKY
SEPARA TE D EPARTMENTS FOR MEN A D WOMEN FULL Y ACCREDITED Centre College h as been educating young people for one hundred and sixteen years. There have been no depar tures from the two primary purposes of the college. The fir t is the building of Christian character. The second is a broadly cultural education in the liberal arts and sciences. Both of these principles are accepted by the present administration as correctly defining the attitude of the small college of liberal arts. It aims to develop cha racter. It is cultural and not vocati o nal. Centre College. in 1935 . presents a n ideal of education . that for more than a century in coun t less colleges has given to the nation its finest spi ri ts . and that ought not to be surrendered over ni ght for a purely utili tarian view of school and life.
IN KENTUCKY AND THE SOUTH
CENTRE COLLEGE CHARLES
Published on Mar 10, 2018