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ix icciuon If you attended Fullerton Junior College during the school year of 1949- 50 you had the privilege of enjoying the kindly administration of Director Wil- liam T. Boyce. This privilege was to be • 4 denied those who followed you, for this year closed a 30-year administration that literally built FJC from the ground up. Dr. Boyce was the guiding spirit in the creation of not only one of the oldest and largest junior colleges in California but takes on great stature as an educa- tional pioneer in this state. Elected di- rector in 1917, Dr. Boyce began work with a small staff on the high school campus. He remained director until 1940 and was reappointed by the Board in 1942. He was a leader in molding the policies and perfecting the organi- zation of the California Junior College Federation and the Southern California Junior College Association. It is to wise, kindly Dr. Boyce that this 1950 Annual is dedicated. NOW I LAY DOWN THE OARS Laying down the oars is not an unhappy ex- perience if the rowing has been good, and if a landing has been made. Coming to Fullerton in 1915 with four years of experience, two years as Principal and teacher of a rural high school in Sand Spring, Maryland, and two years as teacher of Social Science in Whittier College, I began an unbroken record, except for one year on leave, of thirty-four years in the Fullerton Junior College. I think no man was ever hap- pier in his work. I have seen the College popu- lation grow from thirty-two students to its current size of approximately thirteen hundred. More significantly, I have seen the Fullerton Junior College continuously in the foreground of one of America ' s greatest movements in education. My debt of gratitude is deeply felt — gratitude to school trustees, to fellow teach- ers, to secretarial office assistants, to a multi- tude of fine young folk in school, and to the people of the district. W. T. Boyce
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