Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1919-1920 Page: 27 of 84
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It shall be the purpose of the school to make athletics a means to
an end. The Hughes Park is only one block from the campus and furnishes
ample grounds for all games. The work will be under the
management of Mr. McCasland. For additional information see the
Department of Physical Training.
During the session of 1916-'17 an Alumni Association was organized.
It is the purpose of the association to help its Alma Mater in every
way possible. Monday of Commencement week will be known as
Alumni Day. At 10 o'clock the organization will have a business meeting.
The evening program will be arranged by the association also.
Membership is divided into three classes:
Regular membership will be given only to those who have completed
a college course.
Associate membership will be given to any one who has been in
A. C. C. one session.
Honorary membership may be conferred upon any friend of the
school by a recommendation of the regular membership.
The charter members are:
Vincent Sikes, Claude Sikes, Gertie Horn, Stella Brown, Vernon
McCasland, Howard Noles, Lylian Arledge, Mrs. Addie Gilliland, Eddie
Whittemore, Rubye Elliott, Walter W. Sikes and Lorah Branch.
Officers for 1919-'20: S. Vernon McCasland, President; Walter W.
Sikes, Vice-President; Gladys Arledge, Secretary-Treasurer; Mrs.
Addie Beede-Glliland, Corresponding Secretary.
Mission Study Class
Under the leadership of Bro. Freeman the students organized during
the 1918-'19 session a class for the study of missions, both home and
foreign, with particular emphasis on the study of foreign missions.
This class meets each Monday evening. Students are urged to take
an active interest in this voluntary study.
Foreign Language Club
To encourage and interest students in foreign languages, either ancient
or modern, and to afford opportunity for wholesome social entertainment,
the Foreign Language Club meets every month when
possible, giving a program in foreign languages of song, dialogue,
poems, plays, etc. During the last year some very pleasant evenings
were thus spent and some foreign language club "hikes" were taken to
Elm Creek. On one of these the French and Spanish classes entertained
two young men from Monterrey, N. L.. Mexico. It is hoped that
a foreign language club banquet may be given in 1919-1920.
No student will be elligible to any of these rewards who has not
been taking a regular amount of work in Abilene Christian College
since the first of the school year in which the contest is held.
The College has in the past given only one scholarship. This was
awarded to the student making the highest average grade, deportment
SESSION OF 1919-'20
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Abilene Christian College. Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1919-1920, book, July 1919; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth45903/m1/27/: accessed July 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Christian University Library.