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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
TO I’KEIWRE students for the future training of young minds is the main purpose of the College of Education, with its stalY of five instructors and dean. I hit one goal is not all that this important college strives to maintain as its ideal. Each graduate student should, and does, possess three big values when he finishes his senior year. These arc: a broad, liberal education, a firm education in the subjects which he is planning to teach, and useful professional training in the art of teaching. Education really includes most of the advantages of the other colleges as well as its own. Presides the instruction in teaching received, the Education student has a rather Iilieral field of electives as well as required subjects.
The College of Education has been successful in its aim that it has finished good teachers in every line of work. And without doubt much of the success of the students as well as the development and enlargement of the college goes to the head of the stall. Dean U. V. Clarson. lie has proved himself an able leader, and deserves the support of all the colleges.
And Ilecause of tl e achievement of Education. it is inevitable that its growth will lie even more rapid in the future than it has in the past.
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PERHAPS the College of Law is the truest college in itself of the entire group of Arizona specialty colleges. 'I'he school already has gained recognition from the merican Association of Law Schools ami is working continually for further recognition, which it will undoubtedly receive in the near future. 'Phis college is one of a special business nature, instructing students in the books of law and fittingly preparing them for the bar examination. Rut the college does not only strive to put facts of practical nature into the heads of the students enrolled in the courses it offers. It takes care of them socially as well, having installed its second national legal fraternity last year, and makes its members feel that they as a whole are fellows well met. lxrth socially and scholastically. A library of law hooks is provided for the interest and use of the aspirant lawyers to which additional volumes are continually being added.
Dean Fegtly. dean of the college, whose success can largely Ire attributed to his ability to gain and hold the confidence of liis students as well as their friendship, has under him a faculty of which every member is well known for his legal ability.
COLLEGE OF LAW
I .an- Kacvlly
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SCHOOL OF MILITARY SCIENCE
Tllli vast year was one of outstanding progress and achievement for »he School of Military Science an 1 Tac tics of the University Reserve Odicers Trai ling Con s. A tw --year 1 asic course in military is required of all men students in the university, while the two-year advanced course leading to a commission m the United States Army Reserve Corps is optional. More than live hundred students were enrolled for the freshman and sophomore courses this year, while ninety-one junior and senior cadets were registered in the advanced classes. Commissions in the Reserve Corps were awarded to thirty-seven graduating senior cadets at the commencement exercises this year. During the past few years the advanced ( aloud 7 alum military courses have enjoyed a steadily
increasing popularity. Due to the fact that the Arizona K.O. T. C. unit is one of the very few "All Cavalry" units in the country, the advanced courses in military have offered a far greater incentive for the cadets to continue the study of military science and tactics after the completion of the basic work.
The instructional staff of the rizona R. (). T. C. unit, composed of regular army officers, for the past year was: I.ieut. Colonei Howard C. Tatum. D.O.J ., who has directed the school for the past live veal’s: Major Mack Carr, DO I... instructor of the advanced courses; Capt Ross Irvin. D.O.L., instructor of the sophomore dosses and co-ed riding activities; and Capt. Gene R. Mauger. DO.I... instructor of freshman classes and coach of the Polo and Rifle teams.
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