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H. C. Hunter Han-y E. Smith Raymond C. Davis Charles C. May ADMINISTRATORS Jim Hunter, Head of the University News Service, left metro- politan city rooms for the comparative quiet of his office next to Dr. Sieg ' s. Harry E. Smith, Director of the Extension Service is o wonderful cook . . . also runs the University exhibit at the Puyallup Fair. Charles C. May, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, is as proud of his new Social Science Building as he is of his fresh- man son, who Is a promising crew prospect. Also proud of his two children is Irvin Hoff, Registrar, who took over this post this year. An old-timer on the campus is David Thomson, vice-dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Vice-President, emeritus, of the University. Henry Burd, Director of Summer School, takes over the campus when it is at its best and conducts the streamlined summer session. Head Librarian Charles Smith Is proud of the many rare books In the University collection and also of the many new books that have been added to the library this year. 23 Irvin Hoff Dovid Thomson Henry Burd Charles W. Smifh
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FIRST ROW: Thomas Balmer. Philip MocBrlde, Winlock W. Miller. SECOND ROW: Werner Rupp, Edward Ryan, Alfred Shemanski. Herbert T. Condon Dean of Students Secretory. Boord of Reqents REGENTS Occupying a position as Dean of Students, since his retirement as Dean of Men, Dean Condon has hod the opportunity to come in closer contact with students. In his capacity as N. Y. A. administrator, he has been able to do the work that he has always loved — that of helping to solve the problems of students needing financial assistance to get through school. The Board of Regents, of which Dean Condon Is secretary, has the final word in all financial affairs of the University. It is composed of six Washington citizens who serve the state without compensation. The board also elects the faculty and is the ultimate authority in courses of study. 22
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MISS MAY DUNN WARD Dean of Women A keen interest In student problems and the will to do something about them, make Miss Ward an effective and efficient Dean of Women. Her pet project for the post few years has been to get more scholar- ships to help needy students through col- lege, and her efforts in this direction are unceasing. She is a member of Mortar Board, and her current hobby is landscap- ing her new home in Edmonds. DEANS OF WOMEN li 1 -J I m - 1 18 H B m MISS MARY I. BASH Associate Dean of Women As Associate Dean of Women, Miss Bash ' s greatest concern is housing women students. She also handles personnel inter- views, works with women ' s organizations, and is adviser to the advisers. Miss Bosh has the photographic bug, and likes to take pictures of her six room Cope Cod house which she helped to plan. The many coeds who go to her with problems find her an understanding counselor and a witty con- versationalist. ' " 24
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