Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1923-1924 Page: 21
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GENERAL INFORMATION 21
are good tennis courts for both men and women, and a good
basketball floor on the college campus.
This is a one-story stucco structure with twenty rooms,
eleven by sixteen feet and a hall full length. Every room is
comfortable and sanitary. It will be used only until the new
brick building for men can be completed.
MEN'S BATH HOUSE.
This is a brick and concrete building, equipped with good
shower bath and toilet fixtures.
THREE FRAME COTTAGES.
Three good frame cottages are used in caring for students
until new buildings are provided,
The Library contains more than eight thousand carefully
selected volumes. These books are carefully indexed by ihe
Dewey Cataloging System. A card-index shows what authors
are represented on the book shelves, what subjects are treated,
how many pages in each book, and the date of publication.
Neither time nor effort has been spared in selecting books nor
in making card indexes. More than fifty of the best periodicals
touching the various fields of study are on the shelves of
the reading room.
TRAINING SCHOOL BUILDING.
This is a model training school building of four rooms.
In this the training school of the Department of Education is
conducted. The building is strictly modern in every respect.
Abilene Christian College is pre-eminently an institution
for Christian education.
Bible in the Curriculum.--Every student is required to
study the Bible every year that he or she remains here.
GENERA ~2L INFORMATIONAT Io
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