University of North Texas - Yucca Yearbook (Denton, TX)

 - Class of 1933

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L,-111 Executives Department of Business Administration . WILLIAM ALEXANDER LARIMER, M. A. ARTHUR ARAS MILI.ER, M. A. TOM ROSE, M. B. A. JACK SHEPHERD, B. A. The great business world, with its teeming life, strug- gling for progress, seeking ways of keeping the wolf from the door, working to hold what has been won, driving the wheels of industry, keeping it moving harmoniously and l methodically-a desire to know more of all this and to be able to take a part in it as a real helper rather than to be simply an onlooker, leads to the student'S prohtable hours in the Department of Business Administration. W. N. MASTERS Director Department of Chemistry Pgcli X ll W. A. LARIMIER Director Department of Business Administration Department of Chemistry WALLACE NEWTON MASTIERS, M. A. LUSIUS PERRY FLOYD, M. S. THOMAS ABRAHAM VVILLARD, M. A. ADDIE MAE CURBO, B. S. To give a richer meaning to familiar forms of matter I-the food which we eat, the water which we drink, the air which we breathe, and the earth on which we Stand, to gain a better understanding of the transformations which are taking place within our bodies and all about us, to have a proper attitude toward the physical uni- verse, the clods which lie at our feet, and the stars which appear in the Sky-these are the cultural Objectives of Chemistry.

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Executives - 2 CORA E. STAFFORD Director Department of Art L ' Department of Art CORA ELDER STAFFORD, M. A. MARJORIE PATCHELL, M. A. RUDOLPH FUCIIS, M. A. Everything that we see is an arrangement oflines, tones, or colorsg and when these elements are used harmoniously, art is present. It is obvious that the study of art in- tensifies one's awareness of his surroundings and there- fore adds to his appreciation of the beautiful. Art also affords a means of exercising one's imagination and of expressing one's ideas with originality. These activities give pleasure and develop personality. Art is one of the most valuable Studies in the curricula of the public schools, and that it should be a pafrt of every teacher'S professional training is evident. Department of Biology BENJAMIN BEE HARRIS, Ph. D. JAMES B. MCBRYIJE, Ph. D. JESSE HARRISON LEGGETT, B. S. WINNIE JACOBS, M. A. OLA JOHNSTON, M. A. Biology is dedicating its efforts to the need of teaching the known and discovering new laws of life, so that human beings may take their places happily and gainfully in this world of events. Von Baer said, "Science is, in its source, eternal, in its scope, unmeasureableg in its problems, endless, in its goal, unattainable," and biology is one of its branches. Man is a fellow-passenger upon this globe in company with countless thousands of plant and animal forms, and biology, "the science of life," in co-operation with the other Sciences, instructs mankind how to behave in company with his fellow passengers, So that he may live well, laugh often, and appreciate more the world about him. B. B. HARRIS Director Department of Biology



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Executives L. A. SHARP Lu Director Demonstration School -ill- 2 Demonstration Sclfiool LAYVRENCE ALEXANDER SHARP, PIIOEBE GOODE MIZZEL, M. A. Ph. D. ANNABILLLE MCDONALD, M. A. LULA K. SIIUMAKER, M. A. ANNA ALFORD, M. A. CORRIE WALKER ALLEN, M. A. ANNIE MARY SPROUSE, M. A. DOROTHY BARR, M. A. ANNIE G. BRADLEY, B. S. MARY RUTH COOK, M. A. MARGIE HELM STAFFORD, B. S. EVA B. STAPLETON, M. A. LILLIAN O. WALKER, M. A. MARY TANNER GRAY, M. A. MARY LOUISE WILSON, B. A. ALBERT SIDNEY IQEITH, B. S. EPSIE YOUNG, M. A. MARGARET HAYS, B. A. MAEEL WILKERSON, B. S. HUGH MASTERS, M. A. CARL MATTHEWS, Ph. D. The Demonstration School is one ofthe divisions of the instructional service of the College.- Its purpose is to afford the organization, control, and conduct of a model school. It further serves to provide for the col- lege student actual practice and experience in teaching under expert supervision and direction. In addition, it offers an opportunity for college students to make pupil diagnosis and to do remedial teaching. :Department of Education GEORGE A1.LAN ODAM, Ph. D. JOIIN EDWARD BLAIR, M. A. NEI.I.IE LUCY GRIEEITII, M. A. WILLIAM HERSCIIEL BRUCE, LL. D. ANNABELLE PRITCIIARD, M. A. VICTOR YOUNG CRAIG, M. A. The science of the diffusion of the cultures and ac- J. CARL MATTIIIEWS, Ph. D. AUGUST GEORGE KOENIG, M. CAROLYN lVlClV.lUI.LAN, M. A. LANVRENCIE ALEXANDER SIIARP, OTIIO HANSCOM, M. A. I-IAROLD BRENIIOLTZ, Ph. D. cumulated knowledge of the past, the Science of detect- ing the methods Which must be applied to the particular mind is left entirely Within the Department of Education. Of the millions that have had their beings, there are IIO two identical in response to a given Stimulation. The methods employed in developing the individual into a personality differ Widely, yet the aspiration of the various schools are the same-each seeks to provide a better foundation upon which civilization may rest more Securely. G. A. ODAM Director Department of Education Paar 14

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