All human life is created by God and therefore is significant and valuable. When governments implement the capital punishment, then the life of the convicted is devalued and all possibilities of change education.
Principal high school, Ewing, Missouri, 1923-1925, Holden, Missouri, 1925-1927. Physics instructor Carthage (Missouri) High School, 1927-1929. Assistant department physics U. Missouri, 1929-1930.
Instructor Missouri School Mines and Metallurgy, U. Missouri, 1930-1936, assistant professor physics, 1936-1942. Instructor in physics, engineering, science management, defense training Pennsylvania State College, summer 1942. Instructor in physics department electrical engineering United States Naval Academy, 1942-1946.
Associate professor physics, head department U. Tulsa, 1946-1947, professor physics, 1947-1967, head department, 1947-1966. Professor physics Oral Roberts U., Tulsa, 1967-1973. Instructor National Science Foundation In-Service Institute Physics, U. Arkansas, 1964-1965.
Born October 14, 1900