University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

 - Class of 1931

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THE DEAN OF WOMEN IX V KITING of Miss Evelyn Wellington Jones, it is difficult to remember the dignity of her office. Miss Jones really belies her youthful enthusiasm, her youthful spirit, and, best of all. her youthful appearance hen she took office as the Dean of Women. Her two years of companionship with the co-eds have added to the fame and lustre she brought here . . . may Iter kind increase! D ■tin Jor.cs THE COMPTROLLER HERE'S a job! There is just so much to spend and so many places to spend it. Need we say that Mr. brands .V Walker’s position excites no envy front other University executives ? With perfect assistants. Mr. Walker rot only keeps account of the path of every centavo that enters his office, but very very seldom does any one. of nearly two thousand students, have a mis.ake .n his. or hers, as the case may l e—account. The eagle on some of the coins of the realm could not have a better eye

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DEAN OF MEN Dean Otis PERSONALLY, the Dean of Men does not care to he known as Thy brother's Keeper. That just happens to he one of the duties of his office, and to his multitude of undergraduate friends companions, he is rev- erently spoken oi as ‘'The Dean." And there is a world oi affection hack of this title when spoken hv one. of the students. It is always The Dean" ; never the Dean's Office. The Dean is much greater, more sympathetic, kinder and more The Friend titan the Dean's Offic.-. The Dean breathes, sleeps—he lives; lie is a human! THE REGISTRAR E CI I foreign country has at least one 1’ort of Entry. To the lowly Frosh, college is a foreign country, and in this particular instance, the Registrar's office is the Port of Entry for this s| ot known as the I niversity of Arizona. The experience of many years, and his intense loyalty to his !ma Mater, have well equipped Mr. C. Lcsher as the official to watch over these gates. I n-desiraMe aliens are not permitted—and the other officials of thL campus thank the Registrar and his abk staff of assistants. I hit before one is permitted to leave this country, one niust lie submitted to a minute inspection to ascertain if that person is a worthy representative. Mr. I.cshcr Twenty-four



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COLLEGE OF LETTERS, ARTS AND SCIENCES THF.HR is a very good reason for the fact that the College of Letters. Arts, and Sciences leads all the others on the basis of student enrollment, for it offers the richest and most varied curriculum in Arizona. It is more a cultural college than otherwise, hut besides adding polish to a foundation of elementary knowledge, it brings the students in contact with a wide range of elective courses which give a general knowledge of many useful and interesting subjects that may not ! • enjoyed in the other college courses. Uut it should not lie the impression that this college fails to fit students for further profitable activity after school days are over, for this is an erroneous idea, as the number of professional business men Dean Ricseit and women, as well as cultural artists has proved, even to those who are inclined to lie skeptical. This college also affords an opportunity for students to enjoy a general understanding of most of the courses offered in the school. This year much of the college achievement is due to its Dean. Dr. I '. K. Kicscn. who. though new m his work here, has proved himself a strong and sympathetic leader. l.fttcjn. Art , mid FurHlIr Tw. jity.tix

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