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MR. SKIDMORE Dean of Men DR. TYLER Vice President DEAN COOK Student Activities DEAN BRICKLEY Registrar
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A MESSAGE TO THE GRADUATES DF 1945 Historians now seem to be agreed that Thomas Paine with his pen contributed as much toward the winning of the Revolutionary War as did Washington with his sword. Such praise for Thomas Paine may be attributed in part, at least, to research which reveals that wars are fought with moral might as well as with physical power. Thomas Paine united the people behind Washington by writing a best seller, The Rights of Man. This book was a potent influence in providing the moral support which Washington and his army needed, particularly in critical days. Today we need someone who can write another best seller, whose title may be, The International Rights of Man. As in the days of the Revolutionary War, the great need today is for unity and the moral might that will make world brotherhood a reality. How is such need to be met? You, college men and women, are best qualified to answer that ques¬ tion. If that need is met as it should be, we can say with assurance that your future is not at all dark. Indeed, the prospect of world brotherhood, recognizing the international rights of man, points to a very bright future. We can make brotherhood a reality if we are guided by this thought: Grant that I may not so much seek to be understood as to understand. . . . Where there is doubt, let me sow faith; where there is despair, hope; where there is darkness, light. Eest wishes and warmest personal regards. NICHOLAS RICCIARDI Page Eight
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MAM STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Pictured are the three student lead¬ ers who, with the aid of appointed officers, led the student organiza¬ tion in an active Fall semester. Highlights of the semester were the Stag-Staggette, the Freshman Ball, Tolo, and the re¬ vival of football and basketball games, which had not been played on this campus since the begin¬ ning of the war. Committees which play an im¬ portant part in the functioning of stu¬ dent government are the Activities Committee, the Senate, the Su¬ preme Court, the Budget Commit¬ tee, the Rules Committee, and the Cabinet. With the aid of these various commit¬ tees, the pictured officers helped to formulate a suc¬ cessful calendar for the Fall semes¬ ter. WAYNE BOULDING FRED WELLER JERRY LEE Page Ten
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