Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1923-1924 Page: 9
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Jarulti for 1923-24
College of Arts anb ritenres
JESSE P. SEWELL, PRESIDENT
H. E. SPECK, B. A., M. A., DEAN
Graduate of Sam Houston Normal Institute, 1908; B. A.
University of Texas, 1913; M. A., Denver University, 1920;
Graduate student University of Texas during the summer session
of 1917, '18 and '19. On leave of absence in the Denver
University 1920. One year of graduate study beyond the M.
A. degree. Taught four years in the public schools of Texas.
Assistant teacher in the University of Texas, 1912-13. Taught
in Abilene Christian College, since 1913. Dean of Abilene
Christian College since 1914.
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, since 1917. Special research
work Chicago University, summer 1920, 1921. University of
Toronto (Canada) Summer 1922. (On leave of absence
JAMES FRANKLIN COX, B. S., M. A., Ph. D.
B. S., University of Texas, 1904; M. A., Ibid, 1911. Ph. D.,
George Peabody College for teachers, 1921. 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. Abi
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