Hugh Henry Harris. B.S., A.M.
Professor of Psychology and
Born July 26, 1875; received boyhood education
at Coldwater and Greenville, Michigan; a student
one year in Michigan University; received degrees
of B.S. and M.A. at Northwestern University;
a member of Phi Beta Kappa; Director of Re¬
ligious Education of the First Methodist Episco¬
pal Church, Evanston, 111., 1908-'13; Director of
Wesley Memorial Institute, Atlanta, Georgia, 1913-
'14; Chairman, Department of Theological Semi¬
naries of the Religious Education Association.
William Arthur Shei.ton, M.A., B.D., D.D.
Professor of Hebrew and Old
Born September 6, 1875, at Azusa, Cal.; student
in Polytechnic College, 1894-'95; Hawthorne Col¬
lege, 1897-'99; A.B., Hargrove College. 1905; stu¬
dent in Yale Divinity School, 1905-'08; M.A. and
B.D., Yale; D.D., Emory College, 1914; President
of Oklahoma Wesleyan College, Oklahoma City,
1911-'14. Leave of absence at the University of