Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1924-1925 Page: 8
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ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
3arulty for 1924-25
Qlollrge of Artf anb rienrrs
JESSE P. SEWELL, PRESIDENT-EMERITUS
BATSELL BAXTER, B. L., B. A., M. A., PRESIDENT
Preparatory work, Sherman High School; Reporter two
years for Sherman Daily Democrat; took B. L. degree, Nashville
Bible School, 1911; took B. A. degree, Texas Christian University,
1916; M. A. degree in Baylor University, 1919; Student teacher
in Nashville Bible School, 1908-'11; Head of English Department,
Thorp Springs Christian College, 1911-'12, 1913-'16; Dean
of T. S. C. C. 1913-'15; Dean of Cordell Christian College, 1916'18.
Dean and Professor of History and Economics, Thorp
Springs Christian College, 1918-'19. Acting Dean in Abilene
Christian College, 1919-'20. Taught in Abilene Christian College
JAMES FRANKLIN COX, B. S., M. A., DEAN
B. S., University of Texas, 1904; M. A., Ibid, 1911. Four
quarter graduate work George Peabody College for teachers.
Three years in a one-teacher rural school; two years principal of
a village school; four years president of Lingleville Christian
College; two years tutor in Public Speaking at University of
Texas; Dean John Tarleton Agricultural College, 1917 to 1919.
Abilene Christian College since 1920. Professor of Education,
College of Industrial Arts, Denton, Summer 1922; Sam Houston
Normal College, Huntsville, Summer 1923.
Education and Philosophy
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,
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