New Mexico State University - Swastika Yearbook (Las Cruces, NM)

 - Class of 1957

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«C f ' f MR. DENNARD, Director of Alumni Re- lations . . . His job is one that cannot be contained in an office on the camp- us. Traveling all over the state, Mr. Dennard acts as an undercover pub- licity agent selling our school to pros- pective students, ex-students, and any- one else who looks interested. DAVE RODWELL, Director of Publicity . . . The rest of the stale, and many colleges throughout the country, learn about New Mexico A M from him. What the students do on campus, how our athletic department fares, what the faculty achieves, all this goes through his office as news to the rest of the state. MR. SILER. Director of Admissions . . . Through this office come all the tests that new students take. These tests are various guidance tests which indicate the field for which the student would be best. Another job of Mr. Siler is to act as counselor to all men students living on campus. MR. SHOMER, Director of Housing. . A big job falls to him, an almost im- possible job. that of keeping all the stu- dents living on campus happy. It is his job to see that the dorms are painted, the rooms cleaned, and the buildings kept in good-and-livable condition.

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MISS ERA RENTFROW, Heqistiar , . . Without Miss Rentfrow and the Regis- trar ' s office, the entire school would be completely lost. It is due to her staff ' s hard work that our rapidly growing college is able tc keep track of all its students. DEAN MARTHA HALL. Dean of Wom- en ., . Although this is Mrs. Hall ' s first year with us. she has already become one of the best-known women on the campus. Through her office come all the girls looking for help and ad- vice, and she is always ready to give it to them. DR. EARL WALDEN, Dean of Graduate School . . . The graduate school is newly established and growing. The administration selected Dr. Walden as a man eminently qualified for the job of guiding the new department. All the returns are not in. but early results show that their choice was a wise one. Dr. Walden. has for several years pre- vious to his appointment as Dean of the graduate school, served as head of the math department. DEAN PHILIP S. AMBROSE, Dean of Students ... He is certainly one of the busiest men on campus, yet he is always ready to listen to anyone — if you can find him. He is a part of al- most every activity of the college, and many of the good ideas put into effect on the campus are his doing.



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MR. C. H. LINSCHEID, Librarian . . . Through his efforts, our library has grown into a large reference area, where the students can find material on any subject they need. Chester Lin- scheid and his helpful assistants can easily track down any elusive bits of information. Our library is constantly growing, and its facilities are ever mul- tiplying. MR. W. F. WYMAN. Comptroller . . . In charge of our finances, and of see- ing that no one spends too much money, is the unenviable job of Mr. Wyman. In his hands, rests the job of keeping all the campus organizations in the blnck and keeping their compli- cated financial systems straight. MISS GOLDIE SLINGERLAND, Place- ment ... In June of 1947, Miss Sling- erland arrived on the campus of New Mexcio A M. In addition to her work in the permanent placement of A M graduates, she also assists the under- graduates with summer and part-time jobs. And last but not least. Miss Sling- erland assists in placing student wives in positions about town. It is impossible to say how many Aggies would not have been able to graduate without the able assistance of our placement service. MR. F. A. DAY, Director of Campus Maintenance ... It is his department that keeps our campus clean, waters the grass, and plants our flowers. Even though we may mumble occasionally when the sprinklers are set where we want to walk, we all appreciate the work Fred Day and his men do in keeping our campus beautiful.

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