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ne ot our rules is that when
anyone breaks a dish, the
other members get to kick
him. We hope this club will
continue long after we are gone, and
we certainly want the principles upon
which it is founded to live on '."
ln June, 1931, Baxter resigned to
become president of David Lipscomb
College, and James F. Cox served as
president until June, 1940. Don l-l.
Morris then became president at the
42 HISTORY OF ACU
age of 37.
World War ll had many effects on
the college, By the fall of 1943, the
ratio of female-to-male was about 3 to
1, but the school contracted with the
government to teach naval trainees.
The boys lived in the dormitories, ate
inthe dining hall, and were under
Paul Sherrod was one former ACC
student killed in the war. Among Sher-
rod's personal effects was an article
from the OPTllv1lST, stating
Promise of Abilene Christian
to its Students of the Past, of the
ent, and of the Future."
In June, 1945, ground was brc
for the new science building,
ln the fall of 1946, veterans pot
onto the campus, leaving the sci
with a large enrollment and oi
Since only two and a half dom
ries existed, dorms were packed”