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Board of Trustees Executive Comniillee J. E. TRIMMER J. W. KETTERING J. M. MILLER J. LINWOOD EISENBERG SAMUEL S. WENGER MICHAEL KURTZ N. K. MUSSER Finance Committee J. Z. HERR J. W. KETTERING JOHN K. SPRENKLE Equipment Committee J. Z. HERR F. S. CARPER RUFUS ROYER PAUL M. GRUBB K. EZRA BUCHER Officers oj the Board R. P. BUCHER. Chairman J. W. KETTERING, Secretary J. E. TRIMMER, Vice-Chuirman J. Z. HERR, Treasurer Seven
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President ' s Message To the Members of the Class of 1946 Greetings : I was very much pleased when 1 learned that your class had selected (he theme " One World " for your edi- tion of the Etonian. According to my way of thinking, you could not have selected a more appropriate subject. Wendell Willkie. as a candidate for the presidency of the United States, never really aroused the people of the country until he traveled around the world, talked with prime ministers and kings, teachers, soldiers, factory workers and farmers in all countries. He came back and wrote his great message expressed in two words. " One World. " His message was based upon the conviction that everywhere all races, all creeds, all nations were struggling for essentialh the same things in life. He stamped upon the thinking of the world the great ideal that if peace is to be made secure for any one nation anywhere it must be extended to the whole world and to all peoples everywhere. Nor was Wendell Willkie ' s message a new one. Jesus urged His disciples to widen their horizons and broaden their outlook. Again and again Jesus tried to interpret His message in terms of the whole world. In His parting message He said to His disciples. " Go ye into all the world . . . ' " The Apostle Paul also stressed the " One World " view when he said. " God has made the world and all things therein . . . and hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on the face of the earth. " Professor Conklin of Princeton Uni- versity said. " Biology and the Bible agree that God hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth. " Sir Frederick Banting, the discoverer of insulin, could have been a wealthy man if he had " cashed in " on his discovery by taking advantage of the patent laws. But he refused to do so. He wanted the victims of diabetes everywhere to have the benefit of his remarkable discover), and so he gave it to the whole world. There is no American chemistry, no English biology, and no Russian medicine. Electricity belongs to the whole world. Christianity is for all mankind everywhere. " One World " is the Christian ideal. May your goal le ss. -« « ■ Ji U Six
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FACULTY HENRY G. BUCHER Dean and Professor of Education Administrative Committee A man of dignity, who will always condescend to lend a helping hand. Friend to all, and by all respected. RALPH W. SCHLOSSER Professor of English " The best is yet to be. " A truly magnificent per- sonality, and a man of high ideals. FREDERICK NEUMAN Professor of Modern Languages New addition to the faculty, but already he has shown his beliefs that through language study we can sain — one world. CARL E. HEILMAN Professor of PliYsics and Mathematics A sense of humor, individualistic ideals, a man of virtue. He looks at everything through mathemat- ical eyes. Eight
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