Stumpy Banks

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Bertie Cecil Banks, from St. Mathews, South Carolina, was a member of the Clemson Class of 1918 and studied Animal Husbandry. He was an outstanding member of the Football Team from 1915 through 1918, and was elected Captain his Senior year.

On October 13, 1917, Clemson defeated the Furman Hornets in Greenville, 38-0, and Tiger Left Halfback Stumpy Banks scored five touchdowns of the six, a record that stands today.

After graduation, he accepted the position of Director of all Athletics at Claflin University in Orangeburg, South Carolina.