Teacher. Born– June 13, 1904, in Montgomery, Ala. Parents– Clanton Ware and Tallulah Hart (McGehee). Married– Claudine Payne, July 25, 1936. Children– Two. Education– Davidson, A.B., 1927; University of Alabama, A.M., 1928, LLD. and L.H.D., 1974; Vanderbilt, Ph.D., 1938; Alabama Polytechnic Institute; University of Chicago. Taught at Barnes School, Montgomery; Ashville, N.C; University of Alabama, 1929-1955; University of Houston, vice-president for academic affairs, 1955; president, 1956-1961. Consultant, 1960-1963, U S. Air Force; Dept. of Health, Education, & Welfare; NASA. Chief educational advisor, Agency for International Development in India, 1963-1967; coordinator of instruction, International Education in Pakistan, 1967-1969. Executive Director, Alabama Commission on Higher Education, 1970-1973.


Who’s Who in America.


The Early History of Montgomery and Incidentally of the State of Alabama. University, Ala.; Confederate Pub. Co., 1979.

The Gist of English History. Tuscaloosa, Ala.; Weatherford Printing Co., 1933.

Ideologies in Conflict. Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.; Air Command and Staff School, Air University, 1951.

The Topical History of Britain. Tuscaloosa, Ala.; Weatherford Printing Co., 1936. (Revision of The Gist of English History).

Uncle Sam; a Short History of the United States of America, with Some Interpretations. London; W. Heinemann, Ltd., 1944.