Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1919-1920 Page: 8 of 84
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ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
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HENRY ELI SPECK, B. A., WI., Dean
Taught four years in public schools in Texas. Graduated from
Sam Houston Normal Institute, 1908; from University of Texas, 1913.
Assistant teacher in University of Texas, 1918. Graduate student University
of Texas. Taught in University of Texas Summer School.
Abilene Christian College 1913-'14-'15-16'-'17-'18-'18-'19. This summer
in University of Texas.
GEORGE A. KLINGMAN, M. A., Ph. D.
Graduated in English course (four years) College of the Bible,
Lexington, Ky., 1892; B. A., Transylvania University, 1894; finished
Classical Course (six years) College of the Bible, 1897. M. A.,
Transylvania, 1897; completed Hebrew course in Southern Baptist
Seminary, 1901, and Hebrew Seminarium in 1902; Ph. D., Carnegie
University, 1911. Taught in Abilene Christian College, 1917-'18, '18-'19.
HOWARD L. SCHUG, B. A., M. A.
University of Michigan, 1900-'04, B. A.; 1905-'06,. M. A. Taught
Latin and German in University of North Dakota, 1904-'05; German,
Blaine High School, Superior, Wis., 1906-'09; German, Dubuque, Iowa,
High School, 1909-'13; German and Latin, Abilene High School, 1915'17.
College of Industrial Arts, Denton, Summer School, 1917. Taught
in Abilene Christian College, 1917-'18, '18-'19.
WILLIAM WEBB FREEMAN, B. A., Th. D.
Student Lockney Christian College and Potter Bible College, B. A.,
Cordell Christian College, B. A., University of Louisville. Th. M. and
Th. D., Southern Baptist Seminary. One year credit in Yale toward
Ph. D. About four years teaching experience. The summer of 1918
Chicago University. Taught in Abilene Christian College 1918-'19.
GROVER C. MORLAN, B. A., M. A.
Scranton, Iowa, High School, 1910. Student Thorp Springs Christian
College, two years. A. B., Highland Park College, (Des Moines,
Iowa), 1915. Taught in Jefferson, Iowa, High School, 1915-'16. Taught
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