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THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE Looking upon it in retrospect, the col- lege year 1934-35 has been a notable and successful one in many respects. Notable, first, because the College has progressed in educational achievement, and because it has successfully and efficiently continued its im- portant functions in spite of greatly reduced income. Again, because of the truly friend- ly and cooperative spirit which has prevailed on the campus, both in the faculty and in the student body. The year has seen a fall term enroll- ment of three thousand three hundred and twenty-three students, the largest in the his- tory of the College, and has seen these stu- dents struggle successfully against those ad- verse conditions which still exist, so that withdrawals have not exceeded the average. The student body in general has achieved and maintained improved scholastic standards and has shown a fixity of purpose which leaves little room for anxiety as to the tran- sition period ahead. Major disciplinary cases have been practically unknown. Social ac- tivities, placed on a saner economic basis, have been enjoyed by a greater number than ever before. In athletics, in particular, the year has been one of notable success. Michigan State College is truly grateful for all of these benefits and appreciative of the kindly attitude of its friends and sup- porters throughout the state. The added de- mands placed upon the College by the people of Michigan and the ever-increasing number of young men and women who are coming here seem to indicate that the institution has something for them that is worthwhile — may they never be disappointed! ROBERT SIDEY SHAW President of Michigan State College J :im ig ' ? ' - StiiffiBSgS SSS » »siasEs«sg faBs ;;i s «sa
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STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE HON, HON HON HON. HON HON MEMBERS . Residence CLARK L. BRODY Lansing WILLIAM E. BERKEY Cassopolis -. MATILDA R. WILSON Rochester _. GILBERT L. DAANE Grand Rapids BENJAMIN H, HALSTEAD Petoskey Dec. CHARLES E. DOWNING Willis Dec. Term Expires Dec. 31, 1935 31 31 31 31 31 .__Dec. .--Dec. .--Dec. HON. PAUL F. VOELKER, Ex-Officio, Lansing ROBERT SIDEY SHAW, Ex-Officio, Presiding Officer JOHN ALFRED HANNAH, East Lansing, Secretary CHARLES O. WILKINS, East Lansing, Treasurer 1935 1937 1937 1939 1939 Paf e twelve
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ADMINIS- TRATIVE OFFICERS JOHN A. HANNAH Secretary of the College ROBERT J. BALDWIN Director of Extension ELIDA YAKELEY Registrar ERNEST L. ANTHONY Dean of Agriculture ERNST A. BESSEY Dean of Graduate School ELIZABETH W. CONRAD Dean of Women HENRY B. DIRKS Dean of Engineering Page fourteen
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