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OFFICERS OF THE REGENTS
His Excellency William Dennison Stephens
220 California Hall, Berkeley *Victor Hendricks Henderson, B.L.
Secretary and Land Agent Robert G. Sproul, Acting
104 California Hall, Berkeley
Mortimer Fleishhacker, Esq.
STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS FOR THE YEAR 1917-18*
A griculture :
and Roeding. Curriculum and Degrees :
Regents Rowell, Moffitt, and Bowles. Finance : Regents Earl, Foster, Britton, Moffitt,
Taussig, and, member emeritus,
Regent Hellman. Grounds and Buildings : Regents Britton, Mrs. Hearst, Jenks,
Bowles, and C. S. Wheeler. Lick Observatory : Regents Ramm, McEnerney, Young, and
Medical Instruction :
son, and Taussig. Scripps Institution for Biological Research :
Regents Dickson, McKinley, and Hyatt. University Hospital : Regents Crocker, Taussig, Britton, Earl,
and Moffitt. Wilmerding School :
Regents Taussig, Earl, and Moffitt. Erecutive Committee: This committee consists of the chairmen
of all standing committees.
* The President of the Board of Regents and the President of the University are ex officio members of all committees of the Board. In each committee the name of the chairman is first and the name of the vice-chairman second.
| Absent on leave from January 16, to April 16, 1918.
The offices of the President, Secretary, Comptroller, Recorder, Appointment Secretary, and Manager of the University Press are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on week days, except on Saturday, when they close at 12 m.
The University Library is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Saturday, inclusive; and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday. Vacation schedule: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. to 12 m.; closed Sunday.
The Infirmary is open daily, except Saturday afternoons and Sundays, from 8 to 10 a.m. and from 5 to 6 p.m. for men; and from 10 a.m. to 12 m. and from 3 to 4 p.m. for women. Sundays and holidays (by appointment), 9 to 10 a.m. for men; 10 to 11 am. for women. Dentists' hours: daily, excepting Sundays, 9 a.m. to 12 m.; 1 to 5 p.m. Oculists' hours: daily, excepting Thursdays and Sundays, 9 to 10 a.m. for men; 10 to 11 a.m. for women.
*Absent on leave, 1917-18; † from January 16 to April 16, 1918.
* The work of the first year and part of the second year of the Medical School is done in Berkeley.
I Graduate instruction only is offered in the Los Angeles Medical Department.
DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION
WITH STAFF OF INSTRUCTION IN EACH; ALSO STATED MEETINGS
The name appearing first under each department is that of the chairman of the department. The asterisk (*) marks the names of instructors who are absent on leave throughout the year: 1, in residence first half-year only: ?, second half-year only; 3, in the service of the government; absent on leave for the duration of the war.
Agriculture : Hunt (undergraduate stu.
dents; honor students); Moodey (sec.
retary), 112 AH, Agricultural Chemistry: Burd, 9 FCL;
Hoagland, FCL; Hibbard, 1 FCL;
Christie, 18 FCL; Stewart, 14 FCL. Agricultural Education: Kern, 303 Budd ;
Dadisman, 100 AII; *Hummel, 303
Budd; Butterfield. Agronomy; Gilmore, 308 Hilgard ; R. L. Adams,
Hilgard : Kennedy, Mackie, 120 Hilgard; Hendry, 122 Hilgard; Madson, Philp, Univ. Farm,
Davis. Animal Husbandry : True, Miller,
Thompson, 3Voorhies, Woll, Vestal,
Royce, Univ. Farm, Davis. Citriculture: Coit, Hodgson, 339
Hil gard; Condit, 340 Hilgard. See also Graduate School of Tropical Agricul
ture. Dairy Industry: Van Norman, Baird,
Bisbee, Denning, Roadhouse, Univer
sity Farm, Davis. Entomology: Woodworth,
200 AH; Bradley, *Van Dyke, 9 AH; "Herms, 202 AH; Essig, Severin, 201 AH; Freeborn, 203 AH; Coleman,
108 Hilgard; Gray, 300 Ent; De Ong,
C'niv. Farm, Davis. Farm Mechanics: Davidson, Belton, In
grim, Fletcher, t'niv. Farm, Davis. Forestry: Mulford, 305 Hilgard; Met.
calf, 302 Hilgard; 'Pratt, 303 Hil gard; Shattuck, 306 Hilgard; 3Mason,
3Bruce. Genetics: Babcock, Clausen, 314 Hil
gard. Experimental Irrigation: Beckett, l'niv.
Farm, Davis. Irrigation Investigations: F. Adams,
Veihmeyer, 220 Federal bldg. Landscape Gardening and Floriculture:
Gregg, Jones, 304 AH; Carey, 1 Conservatory; *Stevens, 304 AH.
Nutrition : Jaffa, Albro, 107 Budd; Lea,
260 Ent; Mattill, Mrs. Mattill, 111
Horne, 209 AH; Miss E. H. Smith, 308
332 Hilgard; Howard, Hendrickson,
Tufts, Univ. Farm, Davis. Poultry Husbandry: Dougherty, Lloyd,
Univ. Farm, Davis. Rural Institutions: Mead, 101 AH. Soils and Fertilizers: Lipman (graduate
students; teachers' recommendations), 201 Budd; Gericke, 206 Budd; Sharp,
112 Budd; Waynick, 209 Budd. Soil Technology: Shaw, Nelson, Ham
mon, 320 Hilgard; A. Smith, 28 Hil.
gard; W. C. Dean, 318 Hilgard. Veterinary Science: *Haring, Hart,
Traum, 101 Budd; Hayes, Beach,
Univ. Farm, Davis. Viticulture : Bioletti, 336 Hilgard ;
Cruess, 337 Hilgard; Zion, 203 Hil.
gard; Flossfeder, Univ. Farm, Davis. Graduate School of Tropical Agriculture
and Citrus Experiment Station, Riverside: Webber, Barrett, Quayle, *Fawcett, Kelley, Vaile, Reed, Batchelor,
Frost, Burger, Swain. A natomy: Evans, 16 Anat; Moody, 11
Anat; Corner, 14 Anat; P. E. Smith, 3 Anat; Pratt, 10 Anat; Miss Scott,
4 Anat. All students, graduate and undergradu
ate, consult Dr. Evans. Anthropology : 1Kroeber, 1Waterman, Lowie,
Gifford, Gray, 6 Mus. All students, graduate and undergradu
ate, consult Mr. Lowie. F, 11:10 a.m.-January 25, February 8,
March 8, March 22, April 5, April 19,
Architecture: * Howard, Hays, Cummings,
Perry, Leland, de Mari, Arch. All students, graduate and undergradu.
ate, consult Mr. Howard. M, & p.in.-February 4, March 4, April
1, April 29, Arch. Astronomy: Leuschner (graduate students;
higher degrees; teachers' recommenda. tions), 2018 Cal; Crawford (undergraduate study.lists; honor students ), 3 0; 'Einarsson, Neubauer, Wright,
7 0. Tu, 4:10 p.m.-- January 8, February 12,
March 12, April 9, May 14, 2 0. Biochemistry and Pharmacology: Robert
son, 210 PL; Sundstroem, PL:
ate, consult Dr. Robertson. Botany: Setchell, 9 B; Jepson, 6 B; Hall
(secretary), 306 HM; Gardner, 7 B;
Goodspeed, 4 B.
ate, consult Mr. Setchell,
114 Gilman (undergraduate students); Blasdale, secretary dept., 234 Chem (teachers' recommendations); * Biddle, 230 Chem; Bray, 104 Gilman (graduate students; honor students). Hil debrand, 115 Gilman; Porter, 201 Chem; Randall, 103 Gilman; Stewart, Branch, 201 Gilman; Gibson, 309
Gilman; 3Argo, Eastman, 202 Gilman. Thursdays, 4:10 p.m.-201 Chem. Civil Engineering: Derleth, 204 CE (honor
students); Hyde, 101 CE (graduate
21, March 21, April 18, May 9, 204
F, 4:10 p.m.-January 25, March 29,
April 26, May 10; Th, February 21,
305 D. Economics: Plehn, Cross (secretary), Kin
caid, Miss Morrow, Staehling. 'Hutchinson, Miss
Peixotto, Macaulay, "Drury, 2Blum, Forbes, 21 W; Hatfield, 215 Cal; Daggett, Shuey, Leslie, ?Montgomery, 22 W; Armstrong, 109
Cal: Miss Stebbins, 205 Cal; * Brooks. All students, graduate and undergradu
ate, consult Mr. Cross. M, 12 m.—January 14; F, January 25,
February 8, March 8, 22, April 5,
19, Faculty Club. Education : Lange, Boone, iThomas, Rugh,
Kemp, Bolin, Linn (secretary), 103
Cal; Howerth, 301 Cal. English: Gayley, 407 W; Brodeur (secre
tary), Kurtz, Cory. Miss Breck, Seymour, 410 W; Miss Riess, 409 L: * Wells, Bruce, 450 W; Montgomery, 450 W, 209 Cal; Hart, 209 Cal; Armes, Sanford, 411 W; 3Clark, Anderson, 412 W; Chislett, Boyd, 406
W: MacMinn, Lyman, 405 W; Bacon. All students, graduate and undergradu.
ate, consult Mr. Brodeur. Mondays, 12 m.-410 W. Geography: Holway, 8 Bacon; Varney, 9B
Bacon; Miss Searls, 9 Bacon.
ates, consult Mr. Holway. Geology and Mineralogy: Lawson, 107 Ba
con (graduate students); Louderback, 103 Bacon (honor students); Eakle, 6 Bacon (undergraduate students);
Davis, 2 Bacon. Tuesdays, 11:10 a.m.-107 Bacon. German: Schilling, 400 W (graduate stu
dents; undergraduate students; teachers' recommendations); Weber, Price, 402 W; Paschall, secretary, dept., 400 W (honor students); Schneider, 403 W; Miss Tabor, 404 W: Heller, Jor. dan, 440 W; King, Gudde, Ringe,
441 W; 3Bell, F, 4:10 p.m.--January 18, 25, Febru
ary 15, March 15, April 19; S, 9
a.m.—May 11, 400 W. Greek: Linforth, 434 W (undergraduate
students; honor students); Calhoun, 434 W; 1 Allinson, Prentice, 433 W; Allen, 435
W (graduate students; teachers' recommendations); Wash
burn, 478 W. F, 11:10 a.m.-January 25, March 8,
April 5, May 3, 437 W.
Drawing and Art: Kower, 305 D; Wythe
(secretary), 301 D; Judson, Arch; Vahl, 100 D (teachers' recommendations); Brower, 205 D; Washburn, 478 W; Neuhaus, 150 D (graduate students ; undergraduate students; honor students).
| Absent visiting schools second half-year, 1917-18.