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QEDICA T I UN
The year 1958 is of great historic importance nationally, internationally, and
universally. Therefore, the yearbook staff has turned its thoughts to the world around
us. lt is for this reason that we dedicate our 1958 6'Spotlight" to Lee Han Chul, Julia
Richmarfs adopted orphan.
This small boy was chosen above all the important political and scientific per-
sonalities of our time. We feel about him as we do because, to us, he symbolizes the
hope and faith in mankind that has been all but erased from the earth in recent years.
During the first years of his life, Lee Han Chul lived with a war that uprooted
him from his home, took his parents, and left him alone in a world of hate and vio-
lence. He had the strength to continue to live as a normal boy who is well liked by
his classmates and participates wholeheartedly in activities from school to sports.
We feel that Lee Han Chul is the fitting symbol for our dedication because after
all the sorrow and pain he was exposed to, he has no resentment. Instead, he wishes
to become a physician, a healer of the sick, prolonger of life, helper of humanity.
Though Lee Han Chul is still very young, he possesses a courage of which few can
boast. We in this land of opportunity should take this chance to look critically at
ourselves. In the midst of our peace and prosperity how many of us have ever mani-
fested such love of fellow man?
In all probability, no one in this graduating class will meet Lee Han Chul or
remember his name in five years. However, today the entire '6Spotlight" staff sends
sincere hopes that he will attain his goal and that the rest of his life will compensate,
in some small way, for the years of suffering he has endured and the happiness of
which he has been deprived.
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