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Psychology Whose ahuncfant en
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HASKELL Assistant Professor of
Philosophy another newcomer
who helps hrs stucfents grapple
with the problems of the unrverse
EUGENE H BARTH Assistant
Professor of Religion rs largely
responslhfe for the frne relrgrous
programs on campus this vear
MARY JANE WARD instructor
in Spanish and Latin rs an alum
us of Albright Whose interest in
languages rs clearly rn evrdence
through the fine manner rn which
she conducts her classes LCN
SUELA RODRIGUEZ Instructor in
Spanish whose pleasant person
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macfe her very popular with her
students ELSIE A GARLACH
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his classes ut also for hrs fceen
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ANNADORA S. VESPER ffVIrs.D,
IHSi'fUCt0f in English, who is
proving her vafue to the Depart-
ment and the Domino Cfuhg
JOHN D. Douos, Professor of
English Language and Literature
whose sense of humor is a con
stant source of delight to his stu-
dents: WILLARD H. HAAS, ln-
structor in Engfish, recentfy wef-
comed memfoer of the Afhright
family, CLYDE A. HARDING, As-
sistant Professor of English, is a
favorite with the students who
enjoy a dash of philosophy with
their fiterature. '
VIRGIL C. ZENER, Professor of
Education, Whose fong service to
Afforight has earned him the hon-
ored titfe of Hprofessor Emeritusu.
RUSSELL B. SMITH, Professor of
Education, is noted for his friend-
finess and creative thinking: LE-
VAN P. SMITH, Dean of Wien and
Assistant Footfoaff Coach, who
wifi assume the position of Head
Foothaff Coach, next season.
MILTON VV. HANIILTON, Profes-
sor of History, enjoys reviving
anecdotes about historic personaf-
ities to the delight of his studelitsi
John VV. Khouri, Assistant Pro-
fessor of History, is enj0YiUQ his
first year at Albright and bring'
ing enjoyment to his students, Bt
the same time, through his origi-
naf presentation of historicaf char-
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Professor of French
in tire art of teach,
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MARCUS H. GREEN, Assistant
Professor of Biology, favorite with
the students, even though, he
seems to enjoy keeping them alert
with frequent tests. CLARENCE A.
HORN, Professor of Biology, who
puts the pre-medical students to
Work, with a Vengeance: CHARLES
B. HOLLENBACH, Instructor in
Biology and Botany, is an alum-
nus of Aihright and a fitting ad-
dition to a department noted for
DWIGHT L. SCOLES, Professor
of Chemistry, is responsihie for
explaining the intracacies of the
atom to his numerous science
students, NEWTON S. DANFORD,
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
and recently appointed Registrar,
is hoth friendly and understand-
ing: RALPH H. BEHM, Assistant
Professor of Chemistry, is a form-
er Aihrightian now administering
examinations, instead of taking
PAUL I. SPEICHER, Assistant
Professor of Mathematics and
Physics, is noted for his efficient
manner of teaching, as Weil as,
his fine sense of humor: ROY T.
MERKEL, Assistant Professor of
Mathematics and Physics, re-
cently welcomed memher of the
faculty who teaches his classes
with a great degree of vigor and
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