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Page 77 text:
0. L. BlEDENHARN John B. Atkins J CENTENARY ATHLETIC COUNCIL 0. L. Biedenharn Chairman John B. Atkins Curtis Parker A. M. Shaw, Jr Faculty Representative ' he success of Centenary ' s program of athletics is due largely to the untir- ing efforts of these men, who compose the Athletic Council. Not only do these men possess the ability to thoroughly fulfill their duties, but also have a far-seeing eye into the future for the scope of Centenary ' s athletics. The efforts of Mr. 0. L. Biedenharn and Mr. J. B. Atkins, who are not affil- iated with the college except in this connection, are greatly appreciated. It is the sincere hope of the administration and the students that such men as these will continue at the helm in athletic activities, because they truly exemplify " Labor Omnia Vincit. " [ 73 ]
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%■■ , .. Curtis Parker. Director of Athletics HL DIRE Director of Athletics, Curtis Parker, has completed his tenth year as a member of the coaching staff of Centenary College. He came to us direct from the University of Arkansas, where he starred in three sports. Parker was the second man to letter in three major sports at the University; the first being E. T. Renfro, who was serving as Parker ' s first assistant at the time of his death in September, 1935. Parker has served Centenary in many capacities, having been at one time coach of all freshmen sports, later assistant football coach and head coach of basketball, and finally in 1934 he was made Director of Athletics and head coach of football and basketball. He has not only shown himself to be a football coach of marked ability by developing outstanding teams from limited material, but has proved to be an equally great builder of cham- pionship basketball teams. In 1934 Parker added to his staff one of his Alma Mater ' s greatest all-round athletes, E. T. Renfro. Renfro served as assistant coach in football and basketball, and had a large part in developing winning teams in both sports in 1934-35. The coaching part- nership of these two great athletes, which had proved in one short year that it was a combination to be ranked among the nations greatest, was broken by the death of E. T. Renfro on September 19, 1935. The sudden death of Coach Renfro in Jackson, [ 74 ]
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