Lakehead University - Yearbook (Thunder Bay, Ontario Canada)

 - Class of 1952

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Page 11 text:

LAKEHEAD TECHNICAL INSTITUTE YEAR BOOK STUDENT ' S ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL President ' s Message . . . E are suddenly finding ourselves out of childhood and being accepted and treated as responsible young men and women. In fact, we are now on our own road to success or failure. Honest endeavour will find success (but however honest, lazi- ness can only bring failure). This first year of university training is an embarkation point leading the student on into his chosen field of business. The embryo engineer who walks thru this door, pushes vigorously, thinking of the stresses set up in the hinges and pondering over the possibility of some day having all doors open automatically. The mining student feels the steel of the door knob and wonders what kind of ore the iron was extracted from; the forester examines the grain in the wooden frame and the arts student ambles in thinking of how the modern world is getting too specialized. The L.T.I, at the Lakehead has provided the opportunity for all high school graduates to at least make an attempt at university education without risking much more than a year of their time. We students truly appreciate the sincere efforts of those citizens in our community who have furthered the development of this Institute to its present well organized and efficient condition. We are also indebted to those men who sacrificed their own professional iime to act as part-time lecturers here at the L.T.I, for the throng of seemingly bcied and ungrateful classrooms full of our philosophers. The entire staff holds our admiration. Since I am an engineering pundit I am reminded finally of the many things we ' ve learned since registration, but the hardest thing I think I ' ve learned is how to open a beer bottle with a quarter. My thanks veer to the Year Book Committee for publishing my thoughts and good luck to the reader of this salutary edition. —HENRY TUISKU. — 9 —

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LAKEHEAD TECHNICAL INSTITUTE YEAR BOOK The Two Year Technical Forestry Course and The First Year University Forestry Course are training young men for Northwestern Ontario ' s largest industry. The granting of an annual bursary and the utmost co-operation in every way is indicative that woods operators are vitally inter- ested in the Forestry Courses at the Lakehead Technical Institute. THE THUNDER BAY TIMBER OPERATOR ' S ASSOCIATION ;.;iiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiii!iiiiuimiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiuinm | McKENZIE RED LAKE GOLD MINES LIMITED I E (No Personal Liability) = j CAPITALIZATION I I Authorized 3,000.000 Shares of $1.00 Par Value | I Issued 2,940,000 Shares | OFFICERS and DIRECTORS I ! HORACE G. YOUNG PRESIDENT and MANAGING DIRECTOR = ; A. C SNIVELY VICE-PRESIDENT and SECRETARY-TREASURER EE : SEN. G. P. CAMPBELL DIRECTOR 5 = STANLEY LANGLEY DIRECTOR = E J. A. McDOUGALD DIRECTOR = : A. G. VANCE, MINE MANAGER W. R. W. REID, ASSISTANT TREASURER EE { TRANSFER AGENTS | | CHARTERED TRUST COMPANY, TORONTO | j PROPERTY j j The 12 claims of the Company total approximately 440 acres and are located on McKenzie Island S | in Red Lake in Northwestern Ontario. EE PROGRESS | j The Company is in exceptionally fine position. The outlook is excellent with present work develop- EE ! ing a pleasing ore position. The program of rehabilitating and improving the surface plant is being □ j continued and work is well under way on the new inclined shaft. Indications in regard to depth = j appear to be most favourable, particularly in view of the ease with which results have been secured EE j by drilling below the 1,250 ft. level. Use of new light Swedish drills has been a factor in reducing = I costs. g Head Office and Mine Office — McKENZIE ISLAND — Ontario | 3llllllllIIIIC3IIII1lllltltC3lllll11lllllC3llllll]lllllC3llllllllilllC2lllllllllllfC3llll1llIII(l ■■■■lllIlIItC3IIIillllllllC3IIJIJIttflllC3llilllllllll IIItltllllllC3lillllllll]IC3IIIIIIIIIIIIC — S —



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Students ' Administrative Council Executive, front ' row: RAYMOND WEST SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT RUTH NATTRESS TREASURER HENRY TUISKU PRESIDENT ELAINE BOCKING SECRETARY NEIL HUNTER FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT Faculty Representative Second row: RALPH BIRSTON TECHNICAL FORESTRY I HARRY FLEMING APPLIED SCIENCE LENORA AEDY ARTS DOUG RAINE TECHNICAL FORESTRY II LORNA RIDDELL OCCASIONALS BILL ISBERG APPLIED SCIENCE TERRY CARROLL TECHNICAL MINING II — 10— ■

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