Regis College - Ranger Yearbook (Denver, CO)

 - Class of 1934

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Page 7 text:

J o o p The Very Rev. Joseph A. Herbers. S.J., President THE Student Body of ' 34, realizi gratitude they owe to this most 1 their hearty thanksgiving. The in that Father Herbers has given to Re; have endeared him to all students, has been that of Regis ' success, and ; His whole-hearted cooperation, his his deep-rooted love for Regis hav any success that the College has enj their hopeless task of repaying the debt of jeloved of Regis leaders, wish to express to him piration, encouragement, advice, and guidance is men since he became President of the College ilumni. and friends of Regis. His only interest 11 his efforts have been directed toward that end. unselfish disposal of his advice and time, and 3 undoubtedly been the determining factors in »yed during this last scholastic year. D O 4 3 fc.

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m s Foreword. T , . . , . ...... „ this book has been published tor the purpose ot serving as a souvenir of the scholastic year of ' 34. It is not a continuation of the Ranger. but rather a senior edition of the Brown and Gold, and in order to keep away from the trite and stereotyped year book set-up, the editors of this book have attempted a novel form of arrangement and presentation of the matter. This book, dedicated to the seniors, has been arranged in diary form, to represent the chronological suc- cession of the important campus, social and varsity events. The notations on each page are but simple and random reminders set down by a senior in this, his last year, at Regis. So, begging your indulgence and thanking you for your cooperation, we present you the year book of ' 34, which would not have been possible except for the graciousness of the following patrons: MR. and MRS. J. P. MURPHY MR. and MRS. F. J. REINERT MRS. JOHN REINERT GEORGE F. COTTRELL RT. REV. MONSIGNOR JOSEPH BOSETTI DR. J. F. PRINZING MR. and MRS. CHARLES F. CASSIDY DR. and MRS. C. J. LATTA MR. J. F. LUEDERS DR. T. J. ROGERS MR. and MRS. GEORGE P. CLARKE PAT ' S BLARNEY CASTLE MR. EMMET F. RANDOLPH MR. HENRY NELSON MR. HAROLD A. MOUSEL P



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b o ReverexND William D. Ryan. S.J.. Dean THIS, the first year , of Father William D. Ryan ' s appointment to office as Dean, has been one of the most successful and pleasant, for both student body and fac- ulty, that Regis has enjoyed. Scholastically, Regis has not only maintained its especially high reputation, but has enhanced it. Student activity in every campus organization and institution has increased tremendously, and the students ' whole- hearted participation in all extra-curricular movements has been due chiefly to the encouragement and cooperation of the Dean. The congeniality, sympathetic under- standing, justice and good fellowship of Father Dean has done much to banish the sometimes prevalent inferiority complex and hostile attitude a student body takes toward scholastic authority. If this first year may be taken as an indication of the future, then perfect cooperation between the Dean, faculty, and student body is well assured. «f 4 ..

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