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Page 11 text:
DURING our Junior year, as we remember it, at one of those meritable class
meetings, someone suggested that the Class of '33 publish a year book. Where-
upon a class election was held and a staff chosen to edit THE MEDIC. A staff chosen
by politics and not by merit of ability, but so has our class been in all its under-
The preparation of this Medic has taken much more time and effort than we
as students could often afford to expend. The task has been made increasingly
difficult in these times of depression. But we have had an ambition to make this
MEDIC something each member of the class could be proud to show to his most
scoffing friends. And all this we have done without thought of material gain,
because we believed it to be the desire of the class.
The Faculty Section this year has been revised and brought up to date so that
each member of the class will be able to look back on their Professors as they
knew them in college.
The personal writeups for each student were written, as nearly as possible, by
his friend who was an associate editor. So in this MEDIC one doesn't find the same
strain of sarcasm prevailing throughout. And so we End here and there many
unearned bouquets but if they do give pleasure to some that is all we ask. And
so we do not find all of the individuals written down as the men they are, but
many as the men they would like to be. And such we hope they will earnestly
strive to become. Mle as a class have been "pussy-footers" and so thus we are
As to the "Humor," we all know and realize the impossibility of including in
one small volume the humorous incidents which we have enjoyed for the past
four years. Therefore, we have chosen only a few of these, the best in our minds,
and we sincerely hope that in years to come when you look at this humble publi-
cation, many memories will be recalled which it has been impossible to include.
In working and striving to make this the type of a year book which the Class
of '33 desired, much credit must be given to the art department. Paul Tomlinson
has spent much time and effort on the dividers and more serious art work, while
Charles Peterson has used his talents on the humorous sketches, and the inevitable
McCauley has added sketches, and suggestions in abundance, as usual.
Page 10 text:
FOR a theme, of this record, we searched far and wide. Should it portray the
future, as many things in our life at present do, or should we go back, far back,
into the past?
Our record being dedicated as it is to a man whose life portrays sincerity and
gentleness to the "nth" degree it became doubly hard to choose a theme.
Finally it was determined that we should look back to those days of Gothic
architecture. And what could be more appropriate than a stained glass, cathedral
window? Could anything be more representative of sincerity and gentleness?
Well perhaps, and so to this we added a poem here and there. What could
be more complete, a Gothic window frame, with new and then a window which
portrays modern art. 2
But that is not all. One does not know what is behind a stained glass window
without having once been there. And is medicine not a stained window-pane
to the public, to those who cannot or have not viewed the scene behind?
And so when we, wlrohayae been behind that hidden screen, look through this
book, we will recall many lthings which have not been printed here but remain
firmly embedded in our memories. Things which we cannot tell, so many things
common only to us, as the Class of '33,
So, to us who glance through this record in the future, let us recall, "The
knowledge which a man can use is the only real knowledge which has life and
growth in it, and converts itself into practical power. The rest lays like dust
above the brain, or dries like raindrops off the stones."
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