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The Athletic Committee confers . . . Coach Paikei reviews t h e sports situation -with Dean Haidin, Dr. Ford and Professor Shaw. Also serving on the committee is Professor Davidson, who is not pictured. THE ATHLETIC COMMITTEE Five prominent business men who have been added to the board of trustees of Centenary College also constitute the new- ly appointed athletic committee of the college. Mr. Charlton Lyons, an attorney and oil executive, is head of this new group. The other four members are Henry O ' Neal, former president of the Shreveport Chamber of Commerce and now in the insur- ance business; John McCormack, general manager of radio stations KWKH and KTBS; Allen Morris, president of a local automobile agency; and Bonneau Peters, chief scout in the Shreveport office of a large oil corporation and president of the Shreveport Baseball Club. The old athletic committee, made up of faculty members, will combine with this new committee to make a larger and bet- er one. The faculty committee consists of Curtis Parker, who will be replaced by the new head coach, Jake Hanna, Dean John A. Hardin, Dr. E. L. Ford, Professor Bryant Davidson, and Professor A. M. Shaw. With the athletic department in the hands of such men as these, we feel sure that Centenary will go far in the realm of sports. Charlton Lyons, head oi the newly organized Athletic Committee of the Board of Trustees.
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Bob Banie, Weenie Eynum, and Cotton Barnes, backfield aces, limber up their arms. The 1939 Centenary Gentlemen While Centenary did not have a winning team this year, there were several standout players that really de- serve mention. First, there was Weenie Bynum who for three years has held his share of the limelight with his swivel-hipped running; Cotton Barnes, a back who moved to the front ranks this year with his bullet-like passes; Dub Partin, 240 pound senior tackle who always let the opponents know just how much he did weigh; Curtis Jones, senior and the other tackle, one of the fastest men to go down under punts that has ever been seen in these parts; Banjo Holloway, injured all saason, but one of those boys you just cannot keep out of the game; Claude Teel and Leon Apgar, a pair of defensive ends any team would be proud of; Joe Steeples, guard, a little man for a football lineman, but he made up for it; and Ed Whitehurst, smashing full- back. THE FOOTBALL
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