Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1920-1921 Page: 7
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SESSION OF 1920-'21
Registration.-H. E. Speck, Batsell Baxter, J. F. Cox.
Advanced Standing.-H. E. Speck, Batsell Baxter, G. C. Morlan, J. F.
Cox, W. W. Sikes.
Entrance.-Batsell Baxter, Walter W. Sikes, Hosea H. Lewis.
Discipline.-R. C. Bell, H. E. Speck, J F Cox, Mrs. J. P. Sewell.
Student Survey.-G. C. Morlan, J. F Cox, W W. Freeman.
Athletics.-G. C. Morlan, C. P. Poole, H. E. Speck.
Literary Societies.-J. F. Cox, G. C. Morlan, Walter W. Sikes.
Library-H. L. Schug, H. E. Speck, W. W. Freeman, Hosea H. Lewis,
T. H. Ethridge, Miss Wiley, Miss Wagstaff.
Student Publications.-Geo. A. Klingman, W. W. Freeman, Walter W.
Social Affairs.-Batsell Baxter, Miss Nelson, Miss Watson, Miss Wiley,
Public Programs.-Geo. A. Klingman, Miss Malone, Mrs. Burk, Mrs.
J. P. Sewell.
Courses of Study.-H. E. Speck, J. F. Cox, Batsell Baxter, W. W. Freeman.
Buildings and Grounds.-L. E. Carpenter, Miss Nelson, Miss Norton,
C. P. Poole.
Religious Activities.-R. C. Bell, H. E. Speck, Miss Norton, Miss Wiley,
Geo. A. Kilngman, W. W. Freeman.
Bulletins.-Walter W. Sikes, H. E. Speck, W. W. Freeman, Batsell Baxter,
J. F. Cox.
Faculty Meetings.-H. E. Speck, J. F. Cox, W. W. Freeman.
Debating.-C. P. Poole, Walter W. Sikes, C. D. Speck.
Lyceum Course.-Walter W. Sikes, H. E. Speck, Miss Malone.
Organization.-H. E. Speck, Batsell Baxter, Mrs. Sewell, Miss Nelson,
Chapel.-Geo. A. Kingman, H. E. Speck. R. C. Bell.
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