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Page 15 text:
"No institution is quite so important to
our tlenloerzley as the university. lf there is
to he u lJl'2lVC new world. its fountlation of
truth and fl'661lOlll will he prepared here.
This is a task that calls for ideals as well
als intelligence. for integrity as well as train-
ing. for faith and patience as well as cour-
age and resolution. Anil from what I know
of the nlen and women in Sy1'ilCllS6. I :un
sure that we will all do more than our part."
Page 14 text:
haneellor illiam P. Tolle
66 N our student body this year there are more than 250 veterans of World
Weir ll. From now on their numbers will gradually increase and life on the cam-
pus will be more and more as it was before the war. We are glad to have these
boys hack with us. We are proud of their war service, and we want them to know
how much their presence means. Now that they are back, we are anxious to
help them make up for lost time.
As the war approaches its final phase, we talk a good deal about memorial
buildings to honor the men who will not return. There should be a permanent
memorial on our campus, and it is not too early to plan for its erection. But the
best memorial to our men in uniform is the first responsibility of all of us. and
especially of the leaders of tomorrow who are students todayf, I
Page 16 text:
Vice- Chancellor Finla C. Crawford
F1NLfK G. Crawford states that his pri-
mary responsibility as vice-chancellor is to
supervise tl1e educational activities of every
school and college on the Syracuse campus.
If any dean has a problem relative to the
general policy of the university, the vice-
chancelloris office handles these difficulties
under one set of governing rules. In the
event of Chancellor Tolley's absence. Dr.
Crawford assumes his duties. Another of his
more important jobs is that of securing per-
sonnel for the university. Also the Dean of
Liberal Arts, Dr. Crawford has become
known for his understanding of students,
personal, as well as academic, difficulties.
Vice-Chancellor Crawford graduated from
Alfred University in 1915, and did graduate
work in political science at the University of
Wisconsin where he was awarded a fellow-
ship. After serving in World War 1 as a first
lieutenant with the war plane division, he
came to Syracuse in 1919. His advancement
from assistant professor to professor in 1921
was a stepping stone to his appointment as
chairman of the political science department
in 1925. In 1937 he was appointed Dean of
Liberal Arts, and in 1942, vice-chancellor.
Educator, administrator, a11d leader, Dr.
Crawford is also known for his writing on
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