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Copyright 1955, Publishecl by Associated Stuclents
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
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To Bill Smith, Director of the University Press
Bureau since he returned to his alma mater two years
ago, the 1955 Desert is dedicated.
Bill ftormally William Hawes Smith? has been an
active adviser to the Desert, with imaginative ideas
filling short notice demands.
I-Ie is well known for his willingness to find time
to give to those who need his technical advice on pub-
lications or publicity. Students and staff members call
upon his novel imagination. After a little jovial kidding,
they receive enough thoughts and inspiration to leave
them marveling at the electric personality, creative
ability and diplomacy cont1'olled by one man.
Receiving his A.B. here in 1935, Bill was described
in the Desert that year as "top activity man of the
campus, handsome, dashing young gallantf etc. He
earned membership in both Blue Key and Bobcats and
acted as feature editor and associate editor of the
After winning his LL.B. at I-Iarvard Law School
in 1938, Bill practiced law in Los Angeles, serving as
president of the Arizona Alumni Association of South-
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