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PROFS RICHARD D. WHITNEY Dean of Applied Science and Secretary to the Faculty. Long associated with Syracuse, he graduated from this school with many honors and also received his M.S. degree here. Miss Helen Fancher came to Syracuse in 1945 after thirty years of teaching applied arts at the University of California. Her wide practical ex- perience in costume design, draping, pattern making, and millinery make this Connecticut-born prof a fine teacher. A world traveler, Miss Fancher has been across the U. S., and done extensive travelling in Europe. Tennis, skiing, and sailing rank tops on Mr. Richard W. Burkhard ' s list of sports. Making his own furniture is a hobby too, but his most important extracurricular interest is his two sons, aged five and two. Mr. Burkhard graduated from Knox College and Harvard University, and has had teaching experience in both secondary school and college. MISS HELEN FANCHER Young, pretty Miss Ruth P. McCarthy gives our nursing students their first actual contact with caring for patients. Apparently not at all distracted by her recent engagement, she enjoys her many students who break up any monotony that comes with work. She hopes that they will learn to apply this same philosophy to their patients. Mr. Hibberd V. Kline is positive proof that artists are all round people. Golf is his favorite hobby and he has traveled all over the U. S. to try courses everywhere. A former semi-pro baseball player, Mr. Kline heads our illustration department and is well qualified for the task after twenty years at Syracuse, and wide experience with illustrating for nationally read magazines. RICHARD W. BURKHARD
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C. WESLEY BREWSTER T. COULSTON BOLTON Mr. C. Wesley Brewster, teaching Graphic Arts in the School of Journalism, confesses photography as his all consuming passion. Kept rather busy as Financial Advisor for all school publications, he spends what spare time he has behind the camera or in the dark room. Mr. Brewster bears up well in an atmosphere of femininity (four little girls at home) and has not lost his great love of punning. Mr. T. Coulston Bolton, professor in Business Ad- ministration, came to Syracuse in 1921 after holding the position of Associate Editor of The Alexander Hamilton Institute, an insurance and finance publica- tion. The present head of the department of insur- surance, he has co-authored a book entitled " The Stock and Produce Exchange. " Not only does Mr. William Yerington lecture on American poetry, but he lives the part as well. He has published a volume of poems entitled " East Windows " and a volume of essays, " Emerson and WILLIAM YERINGTON PET Beyond. " He claims both Michigan State and Creigh- ton Colleges as Alma Maters. After five years of government work Mr. John C. Russell returned to Syracuse this year. Claiming he aims to entertain, he " gets a big kick out of the students " while he is giving them a realistic view of government and what makes it tick. Dr. Russell has even had the unforgetable experience of living with the Indians. Discounting the absence of latecomers, Dr. Albert Menut starts his classes on the stroke of the bell, announcing, " All the good students having arrived, let ' s begin. " Whether the class is in French, Russian, or Spanish, he believes that sense of humor saves the day, and we believe his to be unsurpassable. Mr. Richard D. Whitney of the School of Applied Science is well-known to engineering students as the Student Counselor who helps them to iron out all their difficulties, but his official title is Assistant to the ALBERT MENUT JOHN C. RUSSELL 18
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The Dean of Women ' s Office exists pri- marily as a service department to help women students socially, academically, and vocationally. Dean Hilton and the trained members of her staff aim to give individual attention and advice to each student wish- ing guidance. They have succeeded so well in these purposes that Miss Hilton is nation- EUNICE HILTON, Dean MARJORIE SMITH, Dean a lly known for her achievements in the field of education. Preparation for post-college life, and encouragement toward good citizen- ship while still a student are other important aims. Dean of Women ' s Staff Secretarial Staff 20
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