Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1920-1921 Page: 8
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8 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
Faculty for 1920-21
Colleges of Arts and Sciences
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 since February, 1920. One
year of graduate study beyond the M. A. degree. Taught four years in
the public school of Texas. Assistant teacher in the University of
Texas, 1912-13. Taught in Abilene Christian College, 1913-20. 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, 1917-'18, '18-'19, '19'20.
Special research work Chicago University, summer 1920.
HOWARD L. SCHUG, B. A., M. A.
University of Michigan, 1900-'04, B. A.; 1905-'06, M. A. Taught
Latin and German in University of North Dakota, 1904-'05; German,
Blaine High School, Superior, Wis., 1906-'09; German, Dubuque, Iowa,
High School, 1909-'13; German and Latin, Abilene High School, 1915'17.
College of Industrial Arts, Denton, Summer School, 1917. Taught
in Abilene Christian College, 1917-'18, '18-'19, '19-'20.
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 credit in
Yale toward Ph. D. About six years teaching experience. The summer
of 1918 Chicago University. Taught in Abilene Christian College
1918-'19, '19-'20. Special work, summer 1920.
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