Excerpt from Brown Alumni Monthly, Vol. 15: May, 1915
Bell of Harrison, N. Y. He married again, August 30, 1906, Miss Annie Louisa Cocks of Kansas City, mo., who was graduated from Brown in 1907.
The work of the Registrar's office is known only piecemeal by the University public. Few have even a vague idea of the great variety of services which it ill eludes. As Assistant Registrar, Mr. Clark has every year, in connection with the Registration Committee, assigned all the students to their classes. He has gathered and issued the reports of stand ing. He has prepared the various mailing lists in use and put them in order. He has prepared the examination schedules, final and special, and had charge of printing the questions, making ready the examination rooms and appointing proc tors. He has been mailing clerk for the l niversity Bulletins and circulars. He has acted as paymaster for the wages paid in the University. For many years he served as cashier for all the student fees. He has handled all the receipts for Extension work. He has organized and systematized the work of his office, and devised or improved most of the forms used. He has always taken a genuine personal interest in the students, and has Often been called upon by them for counsel, and for recommendation for teaching and other positions. In his twenty years of service Mr. Clark has known and been known to over one-half of the living alumni of the University, among whom he counts a host of friends. He takes with him into his future work the cordial good wishes of the Faculty.
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