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careers in man field
Although David Vanderpool said he
didn't have much time for hobbies," he
iid he was a pilot and enjoyed flying.
"My dad got me interested in flying," he
iid. "And when I was I6 years old Icom-
leted my license."
He was a premed major from Dallas and
member of Alpha Chi, Beta Beta Beta
lonor Society and the Spiritual Life
He said he planned to enter medical
:hool and Ubecome a physician in a place
'here medicine is needed." He said he
iight become a medical missionary.
"I will remember the combination of
people, the fine Christian atmosphere and
the professors who were ethical and good
models," he said.
Robin Ward was a mass communication
major from Abilene. She was the manag-
ing editor of the Optimist for two years,
and her byline was a familiar sight to the
She said she planned to earn a master's
degree in mass communication and to
enter the field of newspaper journalism.
She said she would like to "do something
like be a section editor," or maybe combine
home economics and journalism by becom-
ing the editor of the living section of a
During the summer she planned to go to
Vienna, Austria, to European Christian
College and to the Soviet Union with a
group led by Dr. B. E. Davis, professor of
She said she would like to be
remembered as a good friend. "When you
really stop and think about it, if someone
remembers you, then that's what is impor-
tant," she said.
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