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m JrresenUnq the Executive Vice-President of the College A new addition to the administrative staff of the college has been made this year in the person of C. O. Holland, who has assumed the duties of Executive Vice-President of Centenary. With his former experience as Presi- dent of the People ' s Bank and Trust Company of Minden to guide him, Mr. Holland has mapped out a financial campaign to insure the future develop- ment of the college. Plans for the construction of new buildings, the remodel- ing of present structures, and the improvement of the campus as a whole have been made. He also is responsible for the successful drive to remove all in- debtedness of the college. As state Lay Leader of the Methodist Church, he has held a unique position offering distinct opportunity for service, to both the church and the college. His ability, his progressive ideas and the will to carry them out, and his wholehearted cooperation and sincerity, have won a high respect for this new executive on the campus; while his own personality has even further endeared him to the students who are doubly appreciative of the two-fold gift his coming brought — a new leader and a new friend.
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Of JHessacje from ike President of the College 0 In this publi cation the memory of Doctor George Samuel Sexton is honored. It is well that such is true. The promptings of gratitude decree it. The long period of his resolute and ceaseless toil has left all of us a heritage to be cherished. His compelling unselfishness was an example to be emulated. His genuine love for mankind in general and his particular affec- tion for his associates deserve and receive their reward. Cen- tenary was enriched by his ideals and his devotion. " Greater love hath no man than this that he lay down his life for his friends. " In the literal sense this was true of Dr. Sexton and Centenary College. It was under his inspiration and guidance that the Yoncopin came into being. His kindly interest and joyous enthusiasm made each one anxious to have a part in the progress which was ever his goal. " His life was gentle; and the elements So mixed in him that Nature might stand up And say to all the world, ' This was a man! ' Pierce Cline
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Math John A. Hardin JJean of the Cjoueqe John A. Hardin, Dean of the College and Head of the Department of Mathematics, has for the past sixteen years served Centenary in this capacity. He is a graduate of the University of Tennessee and the Uni- versity of Chicago where he received his A.B. and A.M. degrees, respec- tively.
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