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Page 22 text:
Internal affairs of the col-
lege are dealt with by this
committee, consisting of the
president, the three deans, the
treasurer of the college, and
several of the senior faculty
members. Acting as an advis-
ory group, the council deter-
mines policies concerning the
student activities, school cal-
endar, and budgetary matters,
besides decisions affecting the
welfare and progress of the
Dr. R. V. Bollinger, Dr. Vernon Schwalm, Dr. Charles Morris, Miss Gertrude XViebe,
Dr. Carl Holl, Dr. Howard Book, David Yeatter, and Dr. Earl S. Garver.
Buck Rout Robert Stautfer, Clay Syler, Robert Beery, Fred Priser, Eldo Henricks,
Albert H.1rsl1b.irger, Ray Petersime, Harold Hoff
From' Rout Moyne Landis. Norman Wine, Edith Dresher, Dr. V. F. Schwalm. NVilbur
Heisy, Clair Throne
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Among the functions of
the board of trustees are se-
lecting the president, plan-
ning improvement programs
and organizing and directing
activities of the college. The
educational policies are largely
determined by the president
and the faculty and ratified
by the trustees. Officers of
the board include Norman D.
XVine of Dayton, Ohiog
Moyne Landis, XVest Milton,
Ohiog and Edith Dresber.
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Always willing to listen and offer helpful sugges-
tions-that is one attribute of Manchester's dean
of women. Miss Wiebe is especially concerned about
the spiritual development of the students. Her ready
laugh and cheerful grin make it easy for students,
both fellows and girls, to know her.
Graduating from Wheaton College in 1948, she
took additional work at Biblical Seminary in New
York, receiving the M.R.E. degree in 1950. The
following year she received her M.A. degree from
Columbia University, after which she took more
work there and was employed by the City College of
New York. One experience which she has shared with
us this year was her trip to Europe last summer to
study the fine art of different cultures.
With interests ranging from tennis to travel,
Dr. R. V. Bollinger, our dean of students, is a very
versatile person. As a graduate of Manchester he
went on to the University of Wisconsin to receive
his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees. He came back to Man-
chester College as dean of students after serving at
Ashland College, Ashland, Chio. He is afliliated with
several education organizations, and participates
actively in church work.
From his first speech to the freshmen during
orientation days, Dr. Bollinger impresses the student
body with his ability and enjoyment in speaking.
One of his most unique experiences was his unex-
pected trip to Europe last summer. Working on his
small farm is one of his other extra-curricular
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B.S.Mus., B.F.A., M.F.A.
Associate Professor of Art. Head of the Depart-
ment of Art
Associate Professor of Education
Associate Professor of Piano and Theory
A.B., M.A., Pl1.D.
Professor of Education, Director of Teacher Edu-
cation and Placement, Chairman of the Division
of Practical Arts and Letters
Joi-IN P. BROWNE
instructor in Music Education and Director of
Librarian with rank of Assistant Professor
FRED R. CONKLING
Professor of English, Head of the Department of
Associate Professor of Home Economics
Associate Professor of Piano and Theory
MAXINE R. DOMER
Assistant Professor of History, Registrai
JOHN E. DOTTERER
Professor of Mathematics, Head of the Depart-
ment of Mathematics
A. R. EIKENBERRY
A.B., B.S., MJ-X.
Professor of Psychology, Head of the Department
Professor of Business and Economics, Associate
Head of the Department of Economics and Busi-
Instructor of Modern Languages
WILLIAM J. GNAGEY
Assistant Professor of Elementary Education
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