Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1923-1924 Page: 26
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26 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
Associate membership, 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, R. Roy Coons,
Stella Brown, Vernon McCasland, Howard Noles, Lylian Arledge,
Mrs. Addie Gilliland, Eddie Whittemore, Rubye Elliott,
Walter W. Sikes, Mrs. W. C Smith (nee Lorah Branch)
and Carl Cannon.
MISSION STUDY CLASSES.
Under the leadership of Mr. 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.
Owing to the difference in the grading of the two classes
of students two scholarships are offered-one in the academy
and one in the college-to the student making the highest
average grade, deportment included. These scholarships are
good for free tuition the following session.
T. C. CAMPBELL LOVING CUP.
Mr. T. C. Campbell, gives a handsome silver cup to the
society that wins in the debating contest in a series of at
least two debates during the year.
THE READING MEDAL.
A gold medal is given to the lady who wins for her society
in a reading contest.
THE ESSAY MEDAL.
A gold medal is given to the young lady who wins for her
society in an essay contest.
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