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'''Morris M. Clinger''' graduated from [http://home.byu.edu/home/ Brigham Young University] in [[:category:1932 Graduates|1932]] with a Bachelor's Degree in [[:category:BA Speech and Drama|Speech and Drama]], and in [[:category:1946 Graduates|1946]] with a [[:category:MA Speech and Dramatic Arts|Master's Degree]].  He later returned to BYU as an assistant professor of theatre and [[:category:Speech Department|speech education]].
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'''Morris M. Clinger''' graduated from [http://home.byu.edu/home/ Brigham Young University] in [[:category:1932 Graduates|1932]] with a Bachelor's Degree in [[:category:BA Speech and Drama|Speech and Drama]], and in [[:category:1946 Graduates|1946]] with a [[:category:MA Speech and Dramatic Arts|Master's Degree]].  He later returned to BYU as an assistant professor of theatre and [[:category:Speech Department|speech education]].  He served as the chair of the Speech Department from 1961-1968.
  
 
He served as the Vice President of the Utah Teachers of Speech Association in 1936, and the President in 1937.
 
He served as the Vice President of the Utah Teachers of Speech Association in 1936, and the President in 1937.
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Latest revision as of 16:22, 10 April 2015

Morris M. Clinger graduated from Brigham Young University in 1932 with a Bachelor's Degree in Speech and Drama, and in 1946 with a Master's Degree. He later returned to BYU as an assistant professor of theatre and speech education. He served as the chair of the Speech Department from 1961-1968.

He served as the Vice President of the Utah Teachers of Speech Association in 1936, and the President in 1937.

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