Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1922-1923 Page: 11
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JAMES FRANKLIN COX, B. S., M. A., Ph. D. (Except Thesis)
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. Abilene Christian
College since 1920.
Education and Philosophy.
BENJ. F. RHODES, B. A., M. A.
B. A. Potter Bible College 1904; M. A. University of Oklahoma,
1920. Taught in rural schools three years. Instructor in
History Western Bible and Literary College, 1905-08. Head of
Department of History, Cordell Christian College, 1909-19111916-1918;
head of Department of Greek and Instructor in History,
Thorp Spring Christian College, 1911-1916; head of Department
of History, Harper College, 1918-1922.
DAVID L. COOPER, B. A., Th., D.
Student Nashville Bible School for five years; B. A. from
same; B. A., University of Louisville; Th. M. and Th. D., Southern
Baptist Theological Seminary. Five years teaching experience.
Taught in Christian High School, New Orleans two years;
Louisville Public Schools two years; in Harper College, Harper,
Kansas, One year; Abilene Christian College 1921-22.
S. VERNON McCASLAND, B. A.
Graduate Winters High School, 1914; taught, 1914-'15. Student
Abilene Christian College, 1915-'16; student assistant, A. C.
C., 1916-'17. Student Simmons College Summer Session, 1917,
session 1917-'18. B. A. degree, Simmons College. Taught in
Abilene Christian College, 1918-'19, 1919-'20. (On leave of absence
for 1920-'21, 1921-'22, 1922-'23, in Southern Baptist Seminary,
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