West Baton Rouge Parish

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LSU Tigers Football, 1910–1919 - 1913 - Schedule
26–0 October 18, 1913 Jefferson College* State Field • Baton Rouge, LA W 45–6 October 23, 1913 Baylor* State Field • Baton Rouge, LA W 50–0 November 1, 1913 vs ... A M (Mississippi State) Mississippi 0–0 November 22, 1913 Tulane State Field • Baton Rouge, LA W 40–0 November 27, 1913 vs ...
LSU Tigers Football, 1910–1919 - 1914 - Schedule
... Southwest Louisiana (University of Louisiana-Lafayette)* State Field • Baton Rouge, LA W 54-0 October 3, 1914 Louisiana Industrial Institute (Louisiana Tech)* State ...
LSU Tigers Football, 1910–1919 - 1917 - Schedule
1913 at Mississippi (Ole Miss)* Lafayette, LA W 26–0 October 18, 1913 Jefferson College* Baton Rouge, LA W 45–6 October 23, 1913 Baylor* Baton Rouge, LA W 50–0 November 1 ... State) Mississippi 0–0 November 22, 1913 Tulane Baton Rouge, LA W 40–0 November 27, 1913 vs ...
LSU Tigers Football, 1910–1919 - 1912 - Schedule
... Louisiana (University of Louisiana-Lafayette)* State Field • Baton Rouge, LA W 85–3 October 11, 1912 Mississippi College State Field • Baton Rouge, LA W 45–0 October 19, 1912 Mississippi (Ole ...
LSU Tigers Football, 1910–1919 - 1919 - Schedule
... at Jefferson College* Lafayette, LA W 26–0 October 18, 1913 Mississippi (Ole Miss)* Baton Rouge, LA W 45–6 October 23, 1913 Arkansas* Baton ... State) Mississippi 0–0 November 22, 1913 Tulane Baton Rouge, LA W 40–0 November 27, 1913 vs ...

Famous quotes containing the words parish, rouge and/or west:

    When the deep purple falls over sleepy garden walls, and the stars begin to flicker in the sky,
    —Mitchell Parish (1901–1993)

    With the old kindness, the old distinguished grace,
    She lies, her lovely piteous head amid dull red hair
    Propped upon pillows, rouge on the pallor of her face.
    She would not have us sad because she is lying there,
    And when she meets our gaze her eyes are laughter-lit,
    Her speech a wicked tale that we may vie with her....
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    In England and America a beard usually means that its owner would rather be considered venerable than virile; on the continent of Europe it often means that its owner makes a special claim to virility.
    —Rebecca West (1892–1983)