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Dr. L. R. Scarborough,
Seminary Hill, Texas.
Dear Brother Scarborou~h:
Nov. 21, 1921.
I wrote you Saturday . I am writing
you again. Dr. Cooper has been in to see me and
you know he is a conservative. However, he says
that in his judgment Dow and all teachers after
whom a question mark has been put ought to get
out of Baylor. He says the great majority of our
Baptist people will not stand for less than this.
I was in chapel but once or twice last week and,
hence, did not know some things that were eoing
on here. I have just learned that all of our
ministers, more than seventu, had a meetin~ and
discussed Dow and Baylor. They did not ~ive any
publicity to their discussion and a~reed not to,
however, they were o~ one mind with re~erence to
where they stoo~. They were all with Norris.
Jeff Davis of Snyder, regional
director for this district, has just been in my
office . He has just returned from Brownwoon, Brady,
Comanche and other points in that re~ion. He says
that country is with Norris and that he will sweep
the Convention unless his attacks are anticipated.
The situation at B~ylor is going to call for more
drastic action than most of the brethren thought
in Dallas last week. I regret exceedingly that
President Brooks and othemthere nid not eive
attention to these matters before Norris got to
I felt like I ought to write you
these additional words and imnressions, rein~orcin~
what I said in my letter Saturday.
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