University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

 - Class of 1935

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PRESIDENT SHANTZ Since President Homer LeRoy Shantz, one of America’s foremost botanists, took over the office of president of the University of Arizona in 1928, the institution has had a phenomenal rise in progress. During the past seven years the enrollment of the school has increased 29 per cent, and in order to care for this influx of students an extensive educational curriculum has been added to the facilities of the University. Included in this extension were several new colleges and schools, plus the introduction of new courses. From an inadequate and inefficient business system, the University achieved national recognition in 1933 when the National Committee on standard reports for institutions of higher education recognized the University of Arizona as having met its requirements. During Dr. Shantz’s presidency an extensive building policy has been adopted. The University stadium was built during his first two years here, and now, under a new program, eight new buildings will be constructed on the campus during the next year. Pfttc 15

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GOVERNOR MOEUR Going into office in 1932 as the dark horse of the political setup, Governor Benjamin B. Moeur, M.D., has been a good influence in integrity and honesty in the years he has been at the head of the state government. Cooperating with the university, Governor Moeur has appointed alumnae for the last three regents. Today, he says that he will not run again, but he is leaving the state in a better financial condition than he found it. Warrants and appropriation bills are valid; the state’s books are ba lanced. Governor Moeur was born December 22, 1869, in Tennessee. In 1899, he went to Tempe, Arizona, and in 1932 when he went into office after practicing medicine there 33 years, he was recognized as one of the leaders in his profession. Governor Moeur has always shown a deep interest in everything pertaining to the progress and welfare of his state. Because of his professional ability and success, his fine public spirit and sterling personal qualities and kindly manners, he commands the uniform esteem and confidence of his fellow men. Page 14



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MR. LESHER It is hard to realize the myriad duties confronting the Registrar of a fast-growing university. From the opening of school in the fall to its closing in the spring, Charles Zancr Lesher is busy personally advising students on matters pertaining to registration, withdrawal from classes, required units, and overloaded electives. During the summer his time is occupied answering letters from students and prospective students asking for information, catalogues, entrance requirements, and living facilities. In addition Mr. Lesher acts as secretary to the faculty, presides over many university committees, and serves on the Advisory Council. The many problems, each of which is given interested consideration, coming to the office of the Registrar are so efficiently and rapidly handled by this competent organization that it is difficult to realize the extensive operations this office performs. DEAN OTIS Mr. Arthur Hamilton Otis, in fulfilling his duties as dean of men, faces a work of gigantic proportions. Not only is this work accomplished well, but, in addition, Dean Otis heads the French department, conducts classes, holds a position on the Advisory Council, and acts on numerous University committees. He combines a strict sense of justice with a sincere kindly interest in attempting to establish and further a healthy attitude on the part of the men students. His ability to meet with and capably handle the personal problems of so many men is nothing less than an art. By his friendly counsel and his constructive ideas he has created an understanding between the boys themselves and individual members of the faculty. His accomplishments have won the admiration of all university students. Pag • 16

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