The Lasso, Yearbook of Howard Payne College, 1929 Page: 88
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Colch Cheitney too,()k over the reinls of Aris III
grett fashion, lnd hegan his career as cotch by wlll
ning the first UInldefeated tIltied Tex;is Conference
_ X ......... ..... Champl(:)nshlp ill the history of the Big Six. Che.tney
worked ts h~lrd ,ts tny m ula onl the field, mid was ever
conscious of the big responlsibility which rested oil his
shoulders. He wats tbly assisted in his work by assistant
coach McAdoo Keaton. These two young men g;ave
their best to the team atnd the team gave its best tc
themrn in return. Chelaney hats heen connected with
Howalrd Payne Athletics for several years hoth as a
player tnd coach and his p1ast record hids flir to lonllg
aInd successful future.
J. B (CIUfANIY
Coach Shelton has this year continued
his long and happy association with the
college in the capacity of Athletic Direc
tor, and under his able management the destiny
of the financial enld of the Athletic
Asscciati( n has been well kept. As track
coach he has proved even more succesful
by winning the Big Six Chlampiolnship in
track last spring and by against this year
having one of the best track teams in
Texas. His worth is shown by the work
and g(x)d that he has accomplished in his
association with the college.
J. H. SIPLTroN
Tra k Coacth and Athletic Mlanager
D)uke again this fall filled the position of football
manager and with his past eager spirit and gusto. He
has the never-say-die spirit and gave his all to the development
of a championship team. He served under
other coaches, but not with any better grace than
under coach Cheaney. He is a true sonl of Howard
Payne and made of the stuff that makes real men. Duke
besides holding this very responsible position wtas very
active in all college activities and was very popular
on the campus. It is with many regrets that the
Athletic Association sees his going from the school
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Howard Payne College (Brownwood, Tex.). The Lasso, Yearbook of Howard Payne College, 1929, yearbook, 1929; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth41314/m1/91/?q=Cheaney: accessed October 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.