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ADMINISTRATORS Ht ' iiry Biird . . . ina ;na cuiii laiidt- •rratliialc of Illinois Weslevan. Kav- moiid (i. Da i . . . i()rm ' r Itankinj; man. canic lo I nixersity in 1 936. ir in Hoff . . . was teafher. school superintendent, cattleman before he- coming registrar. Charles May . . . has " closed campns " worries added to regular duties. Charles Wesley Smith . . . head k. |)rr of TiOClMtO hooks . . . Harry E. Smith . . . responsihie for extension work of thousands aroiuid the worltl. RAYMOND C. DAVI- (loniplroller IH IN HOI I Resist rar CHARLE.S WESLEY SMITH Librarian CIIAKIK- M Siiperinlendfiil of Buililinc! and ( niiiiifls HKMn lil HI) Director of the Summer Quarter IIARR ' i E. SMITH Director of Kxlciisioii Service Warliiiic ilutifs liavi- hccii cliccrtully shouldered by iiieiii- i)ers of tJie University ' s admin- istrative staff in spite of in- creased (liffi ' idties in carrying on rcgidar work due to sbortage of help. Difficulties have been overcoiiii- 1 loufier liours. hard- er work.
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I ' UII.IF ' 1). MACHRIDE REGENTS The Board of Regents, which i.s the legally constituted governing hoard of the Uni%ersity. consists of seven memhers who are appointed hy the (Governor hy and with the consent of the state senate. The memhers serve for six years and tlieir terms are staggered so as to axoid a complete change of personnel at any given time. The regents receive no financial compensation whatsoever, contrihuting their time and effort as a pidilic ser ice. PHILIP I). M (:HRII)K: Alti.rney. SiMllIe: Pre i(lenl HnKid of Ref;,nl : (;r;iH- iiale I niver il (it louci. ulurr his f;illicr wai- |)rofe -or jiul presidenl f(ir many iais. Term oxpircs I ' Ut. THOMAS BALMER; AHoiikn. Seallle: University of Washington Law School ItdV: Vice-President and Western Counsel for the Great Northern Railway Com- pany. Term expires 1947. MRS. L. O. ANDER.SON: Chelan; Nebraska Wesleyan 1910: M. A. Iniversity of Washinston l ' )2(i: Ph.D. University of Vi asliinsiton. 1937. Past President Washington Eiliicatioii Association: Cirls " Adviser Wenatchee High School; State Supervisor of Ailull Education: Countv School Superinteiulenl Douglas Countv: Superintendent Wal.rville Pnl.lic Schools. Author: A Child ' s Siorv of Washington. Dog Team Doc- tor. Chief S..attle. Child " - Story of Oregon. Term expires 1916. W IM.OCK W. MILLER: Allorney and real estate invistments, Seattle: Graduate .i|e I ni rsit . " Dean " of I niversity regents having served 22 years and most of thai time as Chairman of thi ' C(Mumittee on Buildings and Grounds. Is also Over- seer of S hilinari Cidlege. Term expires 1947. WERNER A. RUPP: Publisher Aberdeen W. rld; (iradnal,. of ' Whitman College of which he is now serving as Overseer: Has a rei ord of fifteen ears as a regent of the University to his credit. Teriu expires 194.5. LFRED SHEMANSKI: Seattle business man: Vice-President Board of Regents. Co-owner Eastern Outfitting Company. W ill kiiowTi for his civic and philanthropic act ' vities. Term expires 1941. EUGENE A. WHITE: Tacoma: Meialinrgi.al Engineer: (;raduate University of Washington School of Mines I9IIK. Manager Tacoma Smelter of the Aiuerican Smelt- ing ami Refining Comparn. Mendier .I.M.E. and acliveU interested in civic, indus- trial and professional org;niizations in Taiom.i .iiid Norlhwesi. Term expires 1946. TIKtM S im.MER MRS. 1.. (». WDERSON W INLOCK W. MILLER WERNER A. in ri- ALIRED SHEMANSKI EUGENE . W 111 IK HERBERT T. CONDON S.-crelarv of ihe Board
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Toil row. Dean Judsoii K. lalkiior. Law; Dean Forest Goodrich. Pliarniac : Dean Edwin R. Guthrie. Grail iiale Sdmol: Dean Kilw.inl II. I.aiier. Arts and Sciences; Dean Edgar A. Loew, Engineering. Bollom ron : Dean Iraneis F. Power-. I ' llueatinii ; Dean Howard II. I ' re-ton. Economies and Business; Dean Mihior Roherls, Mines: Dean Hugo Winkeiiwerder. Forestry. DEANS Dean Falkiior . . . head of law siine 1 . ' U) . . . took B.S. (legree at I . .. thence over.sea! in World ar I. hack to oraduale from I .W. law schooL Dean Kolierts . . . arri e(l in 1901. shortly after jjradiiation from Stanford . . . heen here ever ■ ince . . . head of mine.s more than 10 ears. Dean Powers.. . Phi Hete head of Education . . . studying study hahils of stu- dents is hohhy No. 1 . . . wrote " How to Sludy and Like ll. " Dean Preston . . . hecame dean of K (!v B after teaching in nine colleges and sjiending 16 years at Washington. Dean Winkenwerder . . . Forestry head . . . fellow in American Society of Foresters — highest di liiictioii for |irofe,s ional ser ice in fores- try. Dean Lauer . . . Phi Bete . . . heads College of Arts and Sciences . . . came here in 1934. Dean Loew . . . hecame dean of Engineering in 1936 . . . nation- ally known for work on electric power transmission . . . wrote hook on same. Dean Guthrie ... outstand- ing i) choIogv j)rofessor chosen this year to fill post of dean of (Graduate School left acant hy Dean Padclford ' s death ... a Phi Bete. Dean Goodrich . . . former niemher of Roose elt s " Itrain trust " . . . now head of PharmacN . . . mendter of U. S. I ' harm- acopoeia Society.
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