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Page 96 text:
Editor. . . . . . Donald Hampstead
P.P.E"C . . . . . Christopher Longcore
Richard Douglas, Ass't.
Staff. - . . . .janet Armbrustmacher
-ff-. jean Valliere
of Renata Velde
Hopefully, the 1963 THOIVIIST will, itself, express our Apprentice Edllofs - - - - Philip Bfiley
staff's raison d'etre,' the foreword contains our objectiveg the Mal? De PHUW
dividers, our attack. Susan Gilles
We have marshalled our forces and attempted to extend
the boundaries of the universe in which we found ourselves. 0
We leave it to our readers to determine the degree to which
we have succeeded.
The kittenish walrus below poses with
pride for the THOMIST photographer. The
entire annual staff combined its energy
with imagination, shovels, gloves, and,
trusting in general good health, went out
to create the winning snow-sculpture of
the Homecoming weekend.
The judges, Father Gannon, Miss Horgan,
and john O'Donovan, an alumnus, defied
the bitter weather, covering the campus
in order to determine the best sculpture,
entries were evaluated in relation to
originality, proportion, and skill.
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Page 98 text:
The first prize in the Homecoming's snow-
sculpture contest, 325.00 in greenbacks, goes
to the staff of the THOMIST. Fred Hesse
f"Is that the Third Order or something ?"j
regretfully hands the cash over to Don Hamp-
stead, editor of the annual,' note the grasping
fist and the greedy eyes!
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Miss Horgan and Therese Thelen came in full
costume to the 525.00 Oriental dinnery in all
fourteen attended the banquet of eggs foo
yong, chop suey, Cantonese chicken, and the
ever-present rice. Chopsticks were, in most
instances, quickly abandoned in preference
for forksj sake and tea washed down the
meal which endedwith the breaking of fortune
cookies. The genii of the cookie foretold of
an extended trip to Europe by two ot the staff
with their marriage partners, the only problem
being that neither is married, that's the
problem with non-union help in cookie
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