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JOSEPH S. SLADE, B.S. in Commerce South Bend, Ind. BRIAN M. SMITH, B.S. in Civil Engr. Boston, Mass. CHARLES S. SMITH, B.S. in Science Chicago, III. FURMAN SMITH, JR., Bachelor of Arts Atlanta, Ga. JON W. SMITH, Bachelor of Arts Hannibal, Mo. KENNETH C. SMITH, B.B.A. in Commerce Indianapolis, Ind. PAUL T. SMITH, B.B.A. in Commerce Garden City, N.Y. RUSSELL E. SMITH, B.B.A. in Commerce Plainville, Conn. TERENCE F. SMITH, Bachelor of Arts Stamford, Conn. RICHARD M. SOKOLOVSKE, B.S. in Mech. Engr. Sioux City, la. JOHN T. SOLON, Bachelor of Arts Wilmette, III. DONALD J. SONNENBERG, B.B.A. in Commerce Erie, Pa. EDWARD F. SONOSKI, B.S. in Science Oil City, Pa. RONALD L. SOWERS, Bachelor of Arts Lexington, Mo. CHARLES G. SPEICHER, B.S. in Mech. Engr. Carbondale, Pa. EUGENE H. SPEJEWSKI, B.S. in Science East Chicago, Ind. AUGUSTO F. SPENCER-GUERRERO, B.S. in Elec. Engr. Santiago, Chile NORBERT J. SPITZER, B.S. in Science Green Bay Wis. TRENTON J. SPOLAR, B.S. in Chem. Engr. De Pue, III. EDWARD A. SQUIER, Bachelor of Arts Elmhurst, III. J. NEIL STALTER, JR., Bachelor of Arts Wilmington, Del. DANIEL P. STANTON, JR., B.S. in Science Baltimore, Md. THOMAS A. STARKEY, B.S. in Science Beardstown, III. GARY R. STECKLER, Bachelor of Arts Ville Plane, La. RICHARD L. STEGMAN, B.S. in Metal. Engr. Arlington, Va. WILLIAM L. STEHLE, B.S. in Commerce Sandusky, O. DEE C. STEVENSON, B.S. in Mech. Engr. Wichita, Kan. Bro. LAWRENCE B. STEWART, C.S.C., B.S. in Science Notre Dame, Ind. 341
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while our fellow students do their best December 15, 1959 Dear Tom, Twas the week before Christmas, And with us in our room Sat the Ghost of Despair And the Specter of Doom The Rector has struck And our punishment ' s great, We ' ve been campused till Christmas For coming in late. Some say, " Tough .luck " , or " That ' s the way it goes, " But without us, I ' m sure Poor Frankie will close. But then it ' s traditional A University quirk When Christmas is near To throw men out of work. And so here we sit, Arnie and I, pondering our fate while our fellow students do their best to ease Frankie through a depression caused by the loss of our purchasing power. My shut-in status does however give me time to consider another problem. The Student Senate, in another one of its annual purges, is investigating the campus clubs. The Arizona Club, I am told, will not be exempted from their investigation. I can ' t imagine what they expect to find. We don ' t even pay dues, but bloody cries of " graft and corruption " are ringing out on the floor of the Senate and purging sub-committees are being formed. I ' d normally find such activities amusing, but personal involvement causes me to wonder what they ' re going to do. They ' ll probably pick out some small, politically weak club like us and somehow make an example of us to prove once more that student government .does have power. Ever since the last home game my love life has been scanty well, . . . non-existent. I can ' t get a rise out of Mary at all so that ' s finished and the future tioes not look bright. If I don ' t have a date for the Senior Ball, I ' m going to do something vengeful to somebody. Still no word on the Mardi Gras booth. Every time I approach the chairman he puts me off. Who do you have to know around here? Somebody touched off the fire alarms two weeks ago, and we all waved at the boys in the black raincoats and shouted " Fireman go home! " and similar sentiments. They still don ' t know who did it. Somebody said that I did it to give the boys some exercise so they ' d be hungrier at sandwich time. I blushed modestly and made no response. The commerce seniors are taking a new course this year. It ' s a seminar in which we discuss books of importance in business and economics. If you can keep awake, it ' s often interesting to fol- low the trend of the conversation. One fellow will give his opinion on a point. He will be followed by another who will give a slightly different opinion. A third man will give his opinion which will be a paraphrase of the first two opinions. The fourth man will say the same thing as the other three but will relate the matter to modern times, possibly changing the subject completely. From here on everybody who hasn ' t read the material chimes in with experiences drawn from their own lives, either vaguely or pertinently related to the topic, and everybody is happy. It ' s a bigger education just watching the experts manipulate the topic than it is taking part in the discussion. Well, time for bed. See you at Christmas. Merrit. 340
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J. OMER ST. GEORGE, Bachelor of Arts East Islip, Long Island, N.Y. MONTY A. STICKLES, Bachelor of Arts Poughkeepsie, N.Y. DAVID S. STOELLER, Bachelor of Arts Glenview, III. JOHN A. STUDER, Bachelor of Arts Foribault, Minn. JAMES A. SULLIVAN, JR., B.S. in Phy. Ed. Wilmington, Del. JAMES E. SULLIVAN, B.S. in Commerce Evanston, III. JOHN H. SULLIVAN, Bachelor of Arts Santa Rosa, Calif. JOHN R. SULLIVAN, Bachelor of Lows Chicago, III. JOHN T. SULLIVAN, Bachelor of Arts Billings, Mont. MICHAEL R. SULLIVAN, Bachelor of Arts Brooklyn, N.Y. SEAN F. SULLIVAN, Bachelor of Arts Holyoke, Mass. TERRENCE M. SULLIVAN, Bachelor of Arts St. Paul, Minn. WAYNE A. SULLIVAN, B.B.A. in Commerce Chicago, III. JOHN P. SWARTZ, B.S. in Commerce South Bend, Ind. DONALD G. SWEENEY, B.S. in M.E.I.O. Fargo, N.D. JOHN M. SWEENEY, B.S. in Mech. Engr. Odessa, Tex. LEO M. SWEENEY, JR., B.S. in Elec. Engr. Pittsburgh, Pa. JOHN J. TALAMO, Bachelor of Arts Brooklyn, N.Y. JAMES H. TANSEY, Bachelor of Arts Caracas, Venezuela CHARLES A. TAUSCHE, Bachelor of Arts Austin, Minn. 342 JAMES C. TEARE, B.B.A. in Commerce Beaumont, Tex. RONALD J. TELK, B.S. in Science Denver, Colo. JOSEPH L. TESSITORE, B.S. in Aero. Engr. Chicago, III. JOHN V. THILMAN, B.S. in Commerce South Bend, Ind. LAWRENCE A. THOLEN, B.B.A. in Commerce Wichita, Kan. EDWARD C. THOMPSON, Bachelor of Arts Kirkwood, Mo. JAMES L. THOMPSON, Bachelor of Arts Fresno, Calif. WILLIAM f. THRALL, B.S. in Arch. Engr. Grand Rapids, Mich.
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