Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1922-1923 Page: 10
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ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
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 Theological Seminary. One
year in Yale toward Ph. D. About six years teaching experience.
The summer of 1918 Chicago University. Taught in
Abilene Christian College since 1918. On leave of absence in
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 in Abilene Christian College, since 1916; M. A.,
1919, University of Iowa.
Psychology and Religious Education.
ROBERT C. BELL. B. A., M. A.
Preparatory work, Bell Buckle, Tennessee; Student Nashville
Bible School, 1907-08; taught two years in rural school; Student
Instructor Potter Bible College, 1901-'05; Instructor in English,
Western Bible and Literary College, 1905-'08; Instructor in English,
Cordell Christian College, 1909-'11; President ThorpSprings
Christian College, 1911-'16; took B. A. degree, Austin College,
1917; took M. A. degree, Southern Methodist University, 1918;
Majored in English last two years in College. Professor of English
Thorp Springs Christian College, 1918-'19. Professor of English
in Abilene Christian College since 1919.
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