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i.Ugf l»m Chi ppoHitedto, --r 1 I I The Faculty Arrives . X HE AIR was filled with anything but joy when the faculty put in their annual appearance this year. Those who had vacationed were reluct- ant to start work, those who had starved were gloomy in remembrance of payless-pay-days, those who had stayed to teach summer school, verbal- ly jeered at both groups, while secretly they were slightly envious of the vacationers. All managed to screw up their faces in the semblance of cheer appropriate to the opening of school and every one was happy. Oh yeah. • Page 18 •
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Athletic Council A MERE four-man committee but an exceptionally busy one is the Centenary Athletic Council into whose hands the most important business of the year has fallen. No small part of the worry attendant upon the construction of the new athletic building was shifted onto their capable shoul- ders for they assisted the Building Committee in the supervision of this work. Together with this came the difficult task of guiding the college teams through a successful season as well as act- ing as a general advisory board for the physical education program of the entire college. Especially is the school indebted to the Shreveport business men who are members of this comi- mittee and though unaffiliated with the college have worked long and industriously in her serv- ice. It is indeed a great debt of appreciation that the school owes to John B. Atkins and George D. Wray as well as to O. L. Biedenhain, who recently retired from this board because of his ill health. Together with Coach Curtis Parker and A. M. Shaw, Jr., they have steered the college through a very successful year of sports events. John B. Atkins Chairman Curtis Parker A. M. Shaw, Jr. Faculty Representalive . George D. Wray O. L. BlEDENHARN Retiring Member O. L. BlEDENHARN John B. Atkins • Page 17 •
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Dr. George S. Sexton President Emeritus and Chaiiman of Public Relations, in his oifice at the new gymnasium. " Doc George " N. O ONE ' S voice rings more tirelessly, or, for that matter, more interestingly in the praise and support of Centenary than that of " Doc " George. One of the few men that the students accept as one of them, " Doc George " has spent seventeen years in the ser- vice of the college — twelve as President, four as Counsellor, and now as Chairman of Public Relations. It was really an occasion of celebration when Doctor Sexton took his office in the new gym to resume active service and again took his place on the campus as " one of the fellows. " Early in the year in speaking of his new post " Doc " told a reporter, " Anything the kids want me to do is okay with me. I ' ll do anything from moving pianos to sweeping out the sewer. "
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