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Coach Buckner and his 1940-41 Freshmen Basketball Squad. Under the guidance of Coach Norman Buckner, former Tulane great, the Junior Gents cage squad made a rather impressive showing this season as they not only served as varsity competition, but also played numerous games with local commercial clubs as well as other Freshmen teams throughout the state. Possessing more height than Junior Gent squads have for several seasons, they used it to advantage and their games were unusually fast and furious. All the boys played good rugged ball and their spirit was impressive. Jud Thornton and Bo Whitten, two long and lanky freshmen, carried the brunt of the punishment with S. D. McConathy ' s play pushing them all the time, but the high score man was Gordon Brown whose one handed shots were nothing short of phenomenal. Two of the most spirited players on the Freshmen team were Durr and Hubbard, who turned in fine performances constantly. All in all, the boys had a fine team and Coach Buckner is to be congratulated because from these Freshmen are going to come several first class players for future Gent teams. THE FRESHMEN TEAM
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»r " i™ William Steger, President STUDENT BODY OFFICERS President William Steger Vice-President George Hearne Coed Vice-President Eilleen Maynard Secretary Frances Goodson Treasurer Charles Knight Alter the sound and fury of elections died away last May 3rd, five new officers emerged victorious, and to them went the task of running student body affairs for 1940-41. To everyone ' s surprise, this group proved to be different from their predecessors — they had backbone, and were not afraid to show it. Before school was out last year, the new officers had met and mapped a campaign to rejuvenate student government. With the opening of school in September, their plans were ready and they immediately opened an offensive, which re- sulted in a complete re-working of the constitution, and in- volved important changes in the method of selecting Student Senate members. This done, they turned their cooperative attention to making the freshman rules mean something, and, under the capable leadership of Orientation Chairman Charles Knight, suc- ceeded in doing so, capping the performance with the fam- ous Frosh-Soph Tug of War. All in all, the Student Body officers have done a good job — such a good job in fact that it will be hard for anyone to follow them. Hearne Maynard Goodson Knight te»- ' -•■
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