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ABOVE: Hi.s active participation in organiza-
tions outside the university plus official duties
kept Presiflent Emens busy during his last year
here. RIGHT: Presidents are people too and it
was not unusual to see the Chief administrator
walking around campus enjoying the growth he
playccl such a large part in. RIGHT: Solitary
moments for collecting thought were often too
few in the busy presidentfs life.
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Page 363 text:
"People are the most important things
on this campus, buildings are just the
means to an endg to make this the best
possible university for our students, we
employ only the best people for the fac-
ulty, administration and staiff' Presi-
dent Emens' belief about the campus
was reflected through the past notable
records of members of the university
staff. Many small classes made student-
faculty contact feasible, and the univer-
sity's interest in various student activities
also showed their continuous concern
for development of the campus and its
student population rapidly increasing.
Page 365 text:
Year of Changes Saw President Emens Complete His Term,
Administrative Assistant Caldemeyer Finished First Year
During the many growing years of a
young university, the administration
changes hands many times. However, for
the past twenty-three years, President
Emens has held down the position of the
chief campus administrator.
In the management of such a school,
there are too many oiiicial duties to be
undertaken by one man, subsequently,
an administrative assistant is named.
Last year Dr. Richard Caldemeyer be-
came the new administrator to fill this
capacity. Caldemeyer, who came here in
1949 as a history professor, received his
A.B. degree in history from Drury Col-
lege, an M.A. from Washington Univer- Q
sity and a Ph.D. from Indiana University. f
Before coming to Muncie, he taught in
Ferguson, Missouri, following his service
as a lieutenant in the Navy. He also
taught at Drury College and was an
instructor while Working on his Ph.D.
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HIGH T: When he was not involved in univer-
sity duties, Administrative Assistant Caldemeyer
took an active part in education organizations
and historical societies in Muncie.
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