Emporia State University - Sunflower Yearbook (Emporia, KS)

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M, 1 I 'W' M JI ,- 7'wr?'w M .hw W WMQMMN H 4 ' v iw " ,, ,N 1' A-.W V f -1 r 5, 5 U, M , 'A 'N ww " D I ik f W 'T' Hr v vm 'Q This volume is happily dedicated to the Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia on the event of the institution's one hundredth birthday. THE MISSION As has been true for almost one hundred years, the principal function of the Teachers College is the providing of pre-service and in- service education for teachers to serve in the public schoolsiof Kansas. This emphasis on teacher education will be continued in the fore- seeable future, subject to change only when and if the Board of Regents determines that a change in function would be in the best inter- ests of the people of Kansas. The Functions of the Teachers College are: To provide pre-service and in-service programs of study for teachers and other workers in the elementary and secondary public schools of Kansas. To provide certain pre-professional course se- quences and liberal arts degree programs which are closely related to the higher education needs of pre-service and in-service teachers and li- brarians of Kansas. To provide special educational functions which have emerged from l and 2 above to the extent of having a distinctive status: a. Pre-service and in-service education for pub- lic school and public librarians. The oldest library school west of the Mississippi. b. Education of physically handicapped stu- dents. c. The Bureau of Educational Measurements. d. Adult education programs. e. Rural education programs, services and re- search. f. Programs in music, art and business. g. National Science Foundation and other fed- eral and privately supported programs. h. Special programs for deviate children. i. Research related to public education in Kansas. THE PLACE Come let us go clown into the garden K 'cw jM,:5i - .QW ' ' Q il wb ,M .+ + ri r Jn? 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Ten: . , N- ,,: ' zjgr g Z fffgjjf3g35.? 1 J W .,.r1-e--- Q, , - ,WW ,gf 3. F ,,. ,. W , - -- There wos stillness ot Appomottox, but not here. The first building ond the first campus The yeor is l865. Let us enter the door on the left ond walk back into . . ,f 'f,-ffggzigzr , !' V L ,::'fff:L':ZZIQ. ,,L,-',.'..-M, -,. ,, r.',, N-, ',.g,f',,v 5 P Z r N Li Q V E963 THE LIBRARY lfefT.f?gEfZS'f',E,.OCe Sixty yeors ago it was clecm ., gurus'-nil'--V Y Here is the Kellogg librory in the morning sun The lost doys of o monument. ...vnu 'K Tffeg. The Williom Allen White library in Winter's grip. 'flair 0 Q 0 Q O O 4 0 0 O 0 9 0 0 0 x., .4 4,421 X 1 s :X- ,..,... Q ...un-Q., u-Q-di '25 V- 6 T, .-.4 ,. , ..................... w iff l' ,....... Svdfx-.QVYJ s. 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CTl'1at is Kellogg library in the back- ground.J These teams played here, and the photographs yet survive, ' '... well those passions read which stamped on these lifeless things, the hand that mocked them, and the heart that ted." 25 e Q, We have a gym now. The year We have bleachers, too, is 1909. . ,. ' X. 32255-f... are ,peel .',J iv ,le 'NN 19" .ek K Hui, . E ! E 1 X ? K f any M? W! , 5 'Af if A- ff I QNX, 4 ff' M LH, ,N ei' ,fi ,4 fp. , D 23 and, oh, yes, a basketball team. And a legend .,,Sg,,.m, , - -, , V , ,V V, 'ff' J-4. 5- ' f ,iff " J 'iff' "PV A- lnawqu .,. ..- Mia! .W .N ,,, ,, X w .iso ,Q-yy -w. 'f fo- xg 5, L5 , , 4V,,,,, f ,V,,,JlQf EF, f ' f ' ,A K f, V ' 1 , ' I wif, ,M4',,f ,,,' .f 32,5 2 o UW: ,' -, , WY' wi - ffw ln ff ,,.. it if 4. A l 1 A its Thor splendid l927 footboll teom. CThe Yellow Jockets?l 25 QW 91 The stadium. CThe PWA ond the Thirties ore ot on end. World Wcir H pilots in CAA training took this picturej A recent picture of ci Hornet line , . Let us look around the campus. We will take to the air and look at all of it. Compare this picture with your end papers and ask yourself this question: Would you like to fly in the plane used by the photographer of this picture? 2' .p-1....,,..,. -v A ,A Sv' GA ' -'Eff ,lk 431 .W , fa Morse Holl. A citadel, 0 bastion ogoinst the cold Pix i. ,, 4- , , f W In 1 ,lu- A K JW' pair: me-za 2W,,w,,i,5-, 1' Ki wg J. ,ff , if ,yn 'M " 1 gp, , l.'f" V l fig l i , War fi ,, , I' 'M , MW W y ff' 1 re 'nl 1, 1 rl my s 'Wm 1 ' "1-N..--ff Y ' ' 'K W'-gfj ff 1' ""'1-uma, mn! ,A-Z? 19 vm, J ml- W- 7 W '9 i ,, Hui Q 3' 9 I i A Much warmer now, less isolated. The girls have joined the campus. Note the saplirig at the side of the bridge in the early picture, and the 'free that replaced it. f, , uf" v V X N I. .7 -'l . 5..- f 5 f H4 Ai' A . ,. f .112 -. xy .waQgFQmww.Q 'X :.i-iii' ' ' S ' .f - S 5 KV , 7 k u Q k i m' A. .2 W 55533 ,fail fx an nu gm 53 .. -.4 ai 1 -war , .M K TT if H 4 s 2ii li? ,mmf V. Af' . J . K. 1 if-A is w o x Q wx- . x f A54 K., .Q . Wu V - Q' . f New . f .wf+Q ,f wr- i:Q'5P-its is 1. 2 ,f Ng A mf. . M V gmt . iw? f T5 , ,,, .. . ,,,..,- ,. gs, - W , . . ai: -we . 4 A If X tif'-if? Qgyigs' sk? , Yi K EW .... msn-I .5 W FL .W 2 . .. 3 'S Q 1 I 31 X Lake Wooster--new, dreor, G little owesome in its desolation. Only the smokestock seems the some. , , . . , A f' 'Q' fffifffrazt ' X V S-Ek Morse Holi, west side, looking south. Thot is the Administra- tion building in the background. Morse Holl, west side, looking north. Those ore tennis courts in the distonce. wwe-...Q S ,Hd Q 0 Norton Science Holl in 1912. The compus looked rother crowded thot yeor 0 Q Q 0 0 0 ' ' ' ii , 5154 I 5.54 ZWWHSMQA M, 'Www- Wm-,,,, P53 Sh fy h,,.,, ,k.V,,., V V V V , r L, L Now it's Norton Science Holl CBioIogyD There is o greenhouse neor the southeast porking ond oir conditioners in the windows Here is the new Science Hull. Q o o o o 0 0 Q o o 0 0 0 0 4' ' I I . JJ, el' ,QKYBL fx e wr c e , XP - c- ' ' Z f" , L , W. Q , M A e 19, n'k -R Ak 'gf' 7' s .--fp .. M Q f ,-.K , G, ,, A-vi WE " , i A X" '.w ' - - ' f 1 "'R"Y.g ' Q,, , Q , , he, ,L A 1, Q. ci , ,-bear .11 The Brighten Lecture Hell adjoins the new Science Holi. 38 Here we build cmd remodel the student union. And we build o west wing Now skywo rd. In 1962 we go upword ond outword Look ot the new Hornet's Nest. WW , ,, .I,.. - sgjpi'-iL.,e5,. E311 XX 2 --eq Morse Hall hos not stood still. 9 0 O 0 O O 9 O O O 0 0 O 0 9 O O Here is The entrance now. x' HX b5flx 1 E 1,, , M I '45 r rfr rr J or ff!! XS AXNN ,Z ,, e,,, ,,N.,N M ff-f ,f 5 Bw f if 4 N... , X .4 ff Q ff e if' V r gr 1 fp ill Q- - s,,, ggi f N'Xx A- ,. , 3 M V ,Q , 0 5, f ,w ,Q ,1 , I 4 at ' gf , L sa.. r, 2 ? XX' Q -I 'Zin-. Til E Tl I -A-5 f I X JOWQ The new South Wing. And now o new East Wing. VA ' ' if Q " ,,,zf'e. -Q fx." I " J' e .file-rx? ,e f ff -fi 35' , ' 5 3 '69, , A 1 4 A w WMM KL! lf X . C ww- Q Q. ff e 1-ffff , -QQ? e nf we ,, rn : ,V J' ' S4 .. AF, .Lff In fa 'Q 3,3 , N- f Q ? - " ef 4 If -1 Beech Music Hall has not changed very much Stately cmd proud she stands. Butcher Childrerfs School is now the Humanities Building. Which meons, of course, o new Thomos W. Butcher ChiIdren's School. ' A ' Nu,g V 1 Here is Roosevelt High School 'ffl' Q 'KK' M its 11 , .I 4 Q sq wifi . i if .i :M i if, go" 'T,, M f- I5 R A :,ni'ff'gx 'L wx cf . , , ,7ff,,s.x't,' i f,x,7..'f :'v.4 , - in N , i 3 '- im X -iv' R, .gi . g,Fi.'eQ.N 4 ,., iz + -' ui K X X i "'m. '.y-jx, 1. 'N XC , Lx I i A ' ' 1 1 A . , . , L V t Wu., if 1' Nfl ' i x Q 8 N' 'si i Q Y! , i 'gg ,Aw 4 fo." 0 t 4 ,4 , fy f 4L """".x K N 'Y ij, Q'-,,..-""""" 'RXAM -Q- :X INDUSTRIAL ARTS - i i i f , Industrial Arts Building. E . , f ' In ' , ,',,, W--I-vii 45 Y H 2 ,Q ' W ,,....,,,1f,ff , .3 ..L5515,gj,: . ff"Wi 1 ik-ff'-H X ,' 7 YP fs 'V f f 'fs f mr f 1 'S Jef' f "nf . , Ll The Home Economics Building. 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I ' f " ' ' , - -f " "k"'JI' ,,.' - A - . ., if ' ,, ,K ,. 4 5: ,,, mf ,- J 9 -V Y fl' ' ,f'V' 1' , .V , 'wa Vp, , V 153. N, 4 1 HW x ,- ,N ,4 'Q X 5 , 1 2' 'f 3 " ' " fx . k K x ,, W im. ,, WWW' 'Pb 'D , A r .r , A f ,,. f f , 9 1 v fx- if . .Ma ,V 'X .VCX A fl, 'aft mlixsv, -' ,Q 5 3- 5 1 'fi -351 fl W' ' . ,Ag if! 6, ,lin , 1,1 1,3 -ll' N539 3' H :S ,gg .ah f, 91 'qw , f3,,'ifs 3 511532 .vlj ' iskf Q . .1 ,Il , 1' '11 Af , V' 1. 4 1 I W T . ,MQQP5 -,X -- su ' THE PLACE AND OTHERS This august dignity I treat of, is not the dignity of kings ond robes but the obounding dignity which hos no robed investiture. w 'iii' P l ? S ,,,,.,:.V, f ,,,. .: .-- --.. ,, -,W, W , ff , sm . ,,1- ,:-,. :1-V , , . 4 ,Q ' - , wgglwl ,. .-1, 1 ' V ' f , ' f , . A,., .. W --1---1 -' V fm. 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Those who can teach Here rx ome old fomilior if fy fi Henceforth thou ort the genius ofthe shore In thy Iorge recompense There were those in our town, ond they were wondrous wise In the summer we reod most of the time, with o little patience We worked in o house that looked ocross the ploin 'ro the river 471 I envy no mon, no not I 54 K 5 E 31 73 0 0 0 Q 0 0 Q Q 0 A o 0 0 Q 0 O 9 0 0 0 0 9 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 Q A 0 0 1 S 3 EE 74 p 0 Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 Q o Q 0 9 4 All 76 There they go looking for oll the world os if they hod been creoted for this moment. But there ore rnony, mony poths to groduotion kk5k1C,g1 rmwyiwd -Qs"-LX - 3 eb, K . K if K' 1 . E J K is H' - fwfxgxw+wW X L rr if.: L f. :ES iii A ,KQJ ads vg r REV Q N4 M1 QQ, x ZX X-3 Q. wr I 2 Here is the first graduation class. svvw X Boys cmd girls together And together, ond together 'Ne NNN-.,. N--f Or getting together QAQ -QA..- A ---. trying to get together. fa-riff 4722 I wha x , w li! f a ' Y. 4 4 , A - O 9 O Then there is always the arts. Beautiful, ecstatic, creative souls. :veryone is CharIey's Aunt. Almost everyone The mortgoge seems olwoys to be with us Sometimes, however, we poy it off, And Then we dance, dance, dence, 1 X X. X 3 ffwf x M if 85 do nce oll night. Writers cmd poets in 1919 Beauty is truth truth beauty- 0 from creation to Quiviro. The fourth estate The Bulletin Stott in T907 The Bulletin Stuff in 1937 The Bulletin Stott in l957 The pointers. The sculptors. The ceromists Point must ever hope To catch thot faint, holf-flush The cleboters T '-we-1 2 .M 4 ,fb The Play The pIoy's the thing. Curli-Q R i IF 5 M il 5 5 ii 5 7 o 0 o Q Q o 0 o o o 0 o o n o o Q 92 3 4 w Less than seventy-six trombones. u?Asms S Bonds-Before ond since The children. The wonderful, wonderful, - 1 T E as . T . .au 7 A - .. The beginning teachers children. N 1 2 if VT' sl- ' A 5' 1 Q tfswg 95 Modern Treble Clef. Symphonic choir. The Counts 1950- The swingers and the singers. The wise S And the Iocy. the mysterious The high, ond the intrepid. Each generation has its image Kings and Queens 5 22 53? A E for there is no better plan. She walks in beauty like The night, Q Si-si iw N 100 And like the doy 102 xgpcufg, mem '3'-15-Qvf lllllllll 1863 4,-5 42 F iw E -S -I B 'lu 'nip '0ucm0YX 9' S2 F W ALE luigiag H Sf ,,,.4f2:4?:2,,,4.f,5:z'?4F'f14f'?"':,E ff f V X '- .r ' f ,N L 1 , Liii r .Q , ' - H, I V' I ' 'nm j Y, 1 f ' W V' I ?f 'n' 'iq -sfsimj 1 -Mg 1' fall- ' f, Q. V, A Wah, ', vii KQK!-5? .f,:2,-4, ' A-'l.,A V' if' 5 fu. Y 5? X -BQ, f '- 1. f , M 3 Q' Q ' W'f' f -.-2 Q 1 F Y E lvl- K Y ' ff , V' , f I IA 5: S5 ff Z WEE xf- X A 'Li' ?' I ' f ' ' 1 Q Tx ff' Y- , f 'I 'ix-,il Q f 'L' Vx' ?"L3'., ei , f ,Jie ' 65325, A ,, ,gf gg QP Lea: QS. s , 1 . , , Qf 5 lx ,V 1 ig? fc?-N: . ' '54, Q VL. - , 4 3 , iwgyfz Q -if 'A ' , ,i,.':, ' J ' 5 5 " f ,' . 'F 1"6 ' ' ff ,-,' Ei J' 4 LLM' 1 '! . ,' ' V f' RF -'E-gjgf' fw- flghw-2.1 1 ' fir i Q '?'?'i'2. T 5 1 3-4 w gg, 5 Q , -fr 3 Vin-1 1 ,gf u M Y '-: 4 -5 ,fe .1 3 Az, ' 'sig ,, iffy 32 1 iff-4 W if w??"'3'41wlW+i ,Ag fi. 5' V1 'HM 1 ae ' 5 ' 1 f- , Y ,mx ' '31 KMA' MW, 1 V11 , ,J 3 E. THE PLACE AND THE WORLD Emporia State and the world have never been at odds with each other. As a matter of tact, they get along nicely with each other. 10 0 We send groduofe students out into the world. And more cmd more l i. 1 Qi O8 ie? People from all parts, all corners and all seas come to Emporia State. "-Q...,, Some are from far away places with strange sounding names. Maybe, at first, Kansas was a little strange sounding to them but now a pa rt ot us. in fl' M it 110 Sometimes the World rushed in uninvited as it did in l94l. France, England, Germany and Norway are still getting their share ot bombs. Hitler and Stalin are marching. Ships are being sunk daily. America is worried about neutrality. But our instructors are all sate on this side And we hope our students are and will remain that way. l"lOW But the Wichita Shockers was the issue ot the moment, even for the G.I.s. 'N i Here we send 0 word to The world 112 f A troop of entertoiners to Joporm ond Koreo. fhlluk 114 . ' A A' The rare cmd famous make their coll. ? N - f V .. 4,,,.HwG av Now, what is his line? 11 Artists Musicians 18 1 120 . 5 wif 121 122 Actors if in A bf ff P V, W , H I, 4, .,.,,,. , ,. 'HS I if M 5 if 1 K i 4 ,ff 2 124 cf" .Alf L 'UU Authors ET Q1 N, -'Q N fs iw 1 S nf? W 4 .F . 'W 5 M, mmmlg 3 125 s 4 , 12 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 A 0 yy -+u."'1'1 .. ,N . ww W 2 128 Athletics N Ax ,.: kwa. M n. H ,gf R e l Cb XS .. -Q94 g ,xi ,wl l I S Q ' 12 if Wan Z 2 my 1 ww' 0 O O 0 Q Q Q Q 0 Q O Q U Q U U U U Q Q Q Q 2' at w s 5 0 0 Q 9 0 Q 9 A 0 Q 0 0 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0 Q Q 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 x 131 SJ I' D 132 Emporia State sends teachers to the world, sending our most precious Commodity, and sometimes they came back as Master Teachers o Q o o o 4 o Q Q , o , 1 134 xwcufp, mem Q9 .Jxi in l.l.ll:l'll:al ff, f 863 fir' 'ly S, LI 63 'lu -'MQ '0ucm0Y 13' :gy tb I 'mf-N'-i t-' cb X ,QQ ug .4 , rn J . T Inn.. - JE fu 3 U19 'fp 3 s 1 THE PLACE AND TIME 5-Lf 422 X if 1, Q app " .- - ,gm AQ, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 Time takes survey of all the world, but Emporia State cares riot at all. Mutability embraces The Place, and The Place hugs her in return, for time is memory, and memory is evergreen, for ever will you love, and she be fair. 7 Emporia State Teachers College is in the upper right corner. One building and a lot of trees, with the city spread out below. sg, SW! 'ive .,, iii .,.,......... Q LA N, v . oi. QULQHW N , ., H N Downtown Emporio looks ot E.-Stote. 139 140 Newspapers cmd job printing Then and now. it V 1 5, xX x -.x 1' NXXQ Q- 'X gp-.. ,Ji ,I I Cn " Wm, M wwf-MQW , Z-, .45 is 3,-+-md. , ,, .,,, ,QV ,M Q . W, M A . , -fha , mm A ,. ' ' Tm' ,, A"M'f, ,. "w gmlbdlifw' "lm -W ls 44 gp ' 9l The Iron Horse when it was on iron horse. h 142 World Wcr I porode. MW.. "ww-n-....,,, x "'f"v-nm., nada' 14 WWW, 'lx 144 X AWorId Wor II marching bond Po rcdes cmd dances before 2 Q 5 5 Y 2 1 4 And offer wors M A ur ,av , . V ,. . MJ umfmz sw J V, M, 15231, J: 5 5 maven . 1 148 5Ul'ElWlSElJ- SKATINQ, 014.5 gnu-as . on vm n-9.011 PM Mfr' 1.0 SSAT S. SUN 7,f::1f,g,m, px HHZIIMTIIJNM. E,i11,n'wft uxm' ' '3PEr: aV gzzmfnxls, ms " mos: nxznuix, . Asn mzravmrzss 1,1 xnumi Am: vnnnmmzn pug,mf: IZIIIIPERATE wma Tm: ssuvrzm' s-son I . bn wmfer n :ce ns Olsg gowodgys Gnd . rect l w :H sufficef Time can not fode nor Custom stole Cl steel time capsule, but it works havoc: ,, 'F' with The parking problem. E3 MWUQINISS PI an l f 3- lllfli l ?ARKli Lac MARKEY srnss-Y , ig? I E2 VX E serif VK Eg 5 l 4 A ' - , I7 I +- a ,K I 5 as 2 ..-. 2-Si E S El 2 N 5 ' -r KS S ' T9 X , Xf - l E LIBRARY I - za J XL-I A .1 Emporio Store hos cm answer, 150 3 and another answer, and many, many more 2 if ,A,,..J-Wf .,M"" The lecture hall of Today and tomorrow .4 1 "?' the splendid new Brighton Lecture Hall 154 ond the U.S. Novy Reserve electronics tocility, with on electric eye on tomorrow, testify our boundless dimension. Sometimes, however, just sometimes we slip back into yesterday, but not for long 1 Here is the new housing for married students Acres and acres of connubial accommodations 221, g 1 1 8 Lil' ,--LL Home is where your elmo meter is. The home of our president, olwoys worm and full of welcome. ,Q 5 I I s g. , . 'u 'Q-194 'K " 0 N 4 -.U ...- f 1 ,L si. , , f 1 - ,vol f Aa, L4 ..'d!A'1! ,,'-' f' mf wr I nf PD! FM X 2 vmumbmq' 3 , T f f lb ,fy fl C A u 1,12 Q, 5, 9-'A-' f, 4 'wr if X35 QA I X , 'X 121, W' K., .371 X ' ' f 4' 4 NH if ' Wifh ,X A , , fb' 1 Good old Wilson Pork-Elysium obove the Neosho- 2 What Q world of merriment, This memory foretellsl With heavy heart we reluctantly bid farewell for you cah't park forever. 1 Here ore the playing fields where mony 0 Waterloo is won. S I v 7 lib A A 4 ,NJ X A smooth diamond in the rough. 165 Picture your old olmo moter os you desire, but you con riot grow occustomed To her foce She is confiriuolly hoying her hoir done, her rioils polished. Here is the plon for the next ten yeors. THE KANSAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGI CAMPUS FUN Of PHYSICAL flfflmli NYHGPIEHT MI - H79 nun l :warms ' '4 Mnmw ,mm 7 L 6 It begins with CJ rough plan like This one ofthe new Humanities building, 1 170 develops into The final ond approved blue print cmd the machines begin 72 The hammers ring ,.-WL.. , . A .Av f fa nw Yuw -L--,, ,T ,Wm .. fn. ., MM., 1, 1 , k Wi, as fl Mean, H I , MV I ,A ,Aw f VW, f., ,W ,,zxmq:g,.:, W, W ,, Ziwaf ff , 4+ ' N N ,V ,L,Q3T'i!!D!1'l" f, ,,, , ,Q,,4w,, ' 1 A , , H W 5 , ,,, , , My f V l ,A - I M , 9 , ' - , ' L' , ,,,, ,,,, ,,., H Z VL ,V .., W ,Qs ' ,mfm-, 41 V ' MM 9' V , I ,A ,vga - W' ' 25 f 'W M Wk, my fwfr N 173 'Wax 1 A 7 f'fTQlQj'-'ew V V r ' A . . v ff, V 2,,m,?f55 ' ' ,M Vw,-Q45:'fi'1g:,,g M ' - 'A WA, My Inf A G f 17 WHY, , ,. M, 3 QM, L ff, K ' 3, www 'u,,m' 4 the motors roo r J ond up she goes -is ,,A,..MSkau 4 M lbw..- T ,bl 9 414i,g,,, , V V ,A N Q wb' mi W, ' ' K Q, 7 ,"' A, Y , ww ,M ,M ,M 8 and up 7 and up. 'Fl I, We have offered only a surface portrait, subject to change with notice, ofa place that is yours for a few years and then yours forever. We couldn't picture the clash of ideas, the controversy, the debate, the creativity, and the growth of minds. We could show you only the new powder and paint, the new wardrobe of your alma mater, but, perhaps, all these things symbolize all we know and cherish after one hundred years. Consider this volume as a sort of century-old valentine, a note of mutual affection between the place and you. 18 0 182 STAFF Editor Dr. Green Wyrick Art Director J. Warren Brinkman Photography Ga ry Mason Student Assistants James Bushey David Vanderkraats Sid Anderson Betty Duff 18 vm U'


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