| December 29, 1934|
| John Tenny Blount|
ca. 1871Montgomery, Alabama
Negro league baseball executive
Tenny Blount Wikipedia
John Tenny Blount (ca. 1871 – December 29, 1934) was an American sports executive, who owned the Detroit Stars of the Negro National League. He was a friend of Rube Foster, and served as president of the Negro National League. Blount was a numbers banker and ran a gambling establishment.