Hendrix graduate Rev. Stonewall Anderson became the third president of the college.
The Hendrix "preparatory department" re-organized as the Hendrix Academy. For
a short time, academies affiliated with Hendrix were established in the towns throughout
Arkansas including Imboden, Stuttgart, Mena and Orchard (Benton County).
Hendrix alumni were given representation on the Board of Trustees.
The first volume of The Troubadour, the college yearbook, was published.
Football began at Hendrix and the Bulldogs went on to become Champions of State
in their first season.
Russell Field was built for intercollegiate baseball and football games while
three tennis courts were also constructed. Basketball was played on an outdoor court.
The following year the "H" Association was formed for varsity sport lettermen.
The Board of Trustees passed a measure that allowed the conferring of a Bachelor
of Science degree.
Board officially encouraged girls to attend Hendrix.
Hendrix received a $75,000 grant from the General Education Board of New York
(the Rockefeller Foundation), the first of several substantial donations to Hendrix
by the G.E.B. over the next 45 years.
Dr. Alexander C. Millar returned to begin his second term as president of the
First Hendrix student named Rhodes scholar.