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This has been the first year of tl1e NEW university. On the
dedication pages we told you why we thought this was no longer
the same university that existed prior to the war. Now, let us
take just a moment of your time to tell you how and why we
recorded the events of this first year in the way we have.
In addition to our belief in the new university, there were
three basic ideas that guided us in the production of this year-
book. These ideas were:
l. That our student body is not simply a mass of people, but
actually 10,000 individuals tread and see our "biographies, in
the colleges sectionjg
2. That written copy in a yearbook is not put in simply to fill
up space, but is there to explain the photographs and the things
that could not be photographed tread our copy and captions,
especially those in the activities sectionjg and
3. That organizations are more than segments of the student
body, but are individuals assembled to do things, even if only
to meet semi-annually to elect new officers fnotice the large
number of activity pictures on our organization pagesj.
Underlying these ideas was the fact that ,although we were
spending more than 840,000 to publish this book, we would
have to find room to display the largest number of individual
student portraits in the history of the school in 20 per cent fewer
pages than last year. This limitation required us to cram more
on one page than we should, but we don,t believe you will find
the result unpleasant.
Needless to say, we have enjoyed recording the events and
personalities of the new university's first year. We hope you will
find many hours of enjoyment in this record.
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