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THE WOM EN'S
STUDENTS' AS SOCIATION
President ....... MARION BACON I
Vice-President . . TILLY BRAMBLE
Student Bursar ..,.. GISELLA CLOOS
Recording Seoretaw . . HILDA INGEBRETSEN
Corresponding Secretary . RHONA M.ACNEIL
Front Row, Left to Rzlght: L. Bennett, I. Good,
Gitelman. Second Row: B. Strider, G. Cloos, H.
Ingebretsen, Dean Clark, F. Gracey, C. Holt,
L. Patchen, P. Van De Wallc, M. Griggs. Third
Row: T. Bramble, M. Bacon, N. Carlyon, R.
Cupido, Mr. Wiltscy.
Three Of the most important and hard-working Organizations
at the University of Rochester are the men's and wOmen,s
Students' Associations and the Board Of Control of the College
for Men. Although each group acts as an independent organiza-
tion, the three work in close co-Operation throughout the year
and together are responsible for the supervision and regulation
of all campus activities requiring financial support as well as
for the determination Of all policies of the undergraduate
Comprised of seven students, three administrative members,
three faculty members, and one alumnus, the Board of Control
is responsible for distributing the income which it receives
from student activity fees and gate receipts among all campus
activities requiring financial support at the College for Men.
In addition to exercising financial control, the Board aids in
the Organization, planning, and management of the numerous
campus activities and Of the athletic program.
Acting as the liaison unit between students and the Adminis-
and Board of ontrol
tration, the Students' Association of the College for Men is
designed to represent student interests in the formulation of
new policies of the undergraduate college. The SA this year
sponsored its usual number Of traditional college functions and
worked in co-Operation with the Administration and the
Students' Association On the Prince Street campus in inaugurat-
ing the very successful convocation programs.
The Students, Association of the College for Wfomen serves
much the same purpose as does that On the River Campus, but
in addition to its other activities exercises financial control,
being wholly responsible for the distribution of funds received
frOIn the womens student activity fees. The SA Board is com-
posed Of its five Ofiicers elected by the entire student body, two
faculty members chosen by the Board itself, and representatives
Of the four classes and Of important student groups on campus.
The Students' Associations On both campuses worked this
year in co-Operation with the National Students' Association
and took an active part in several NSA conferences.
THE BOARD OF CONTROL
President ...... DR. JOSEPH PLATT
Vice-President , . KIRK HOWL.fXND
Secretary . . . ROBERT HAMPTON
Treasurer . . . . MR. PHILLIP PRICE
President .....,, XVILLIAM RY:XN
Vice-President . . KIRK HOW'LfXND
Secretary ....... ROBERT SIEVERT
Treasurer . . . ARNOLD VAN DER LANDE
.S'Ia11din,g.' F. Ostendorf, H. Merritt, S. Hamilton,
W. Ryan. Seated: L. Alexander, R. Hampton, P.
Price, -I. Platt, L. Wilder, T. Hoffman.
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Dean J. Edward Hoffmeister
College qf Arts and Science
One of the most popular persons in the Univer-
sity is Edward Hoflimeister. As the competent
Dean ofthe College ol' Arts and Science, and an
eminent geologist and educator, Dr. Hoffmeister
commands the respect of everyone who knows him.
But the affection with which he is universally re-
garded is a result of his own warm, approachable
Dean Lester 0. Wilder
College for Men,
One of the most diflicult and delicate positions
in the University is that of Dean of the Men's
Campus. The holder of that post must face the
dual problems presented by the student body on
the one hand. and the administration of the campus
on the other. Lester O. Wiilder assumed the posi-
tion in 1943, and since then has done a remarkably
fine job. He has evidenced a sensitive understand-
ing of the desires and rights of the student body
and has been a loyal and good friend of every
Rochester man without sacrificing one of his high
ideals of education.
Dean Janet H. Clark
The city of Rochester has always been intimately
connected with the movement to increase oppor-
tunities for women in our society. This has been
reflected in the College for VVomen of the Univer-
sity of Rochester, which has steadily grown in
reputation, quality, and scope. janet H. Clark has
been part of this growth, both as an outstanding
teacher of bio-physics and as Dean of the College
for Wlomen since 1939. Her conscientious, effective
performance of her duties has won her the admira-
tion and love of all the Prince Street Campus.
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5 i WH ko
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Ultima es s
with its faculty. Plant, intentions mean nothinff
without a body of teachers capable of producino'
graduates who will be able to make hono d
. re' and
useful places for themselves in society, and thus
bring credit to the school.
The University of Rochester is blessed with a
faculty that is among the best in the countr
Undergraduate teaching is on a high level, and the
Graduate School is excellent. T
tely, the reputation of any school r t
he seminar system
instituted in some subjects facilitates a closer stu-
dent-teacher relationship than is possible in most
schools. And, Hnally, the research facilities avail-
able here have attracted men pre-eminent in their
fields from all over the world.
Standing: R. Wade, W. Coates, G. Van Deusen. Seated:
H. Aikens, D. Perkins, A. May, Christopher.
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