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Mrs. Richard Dunseth
Mrs. Zella Young
First Row Standing:
Clarence McCormick, First Vice President
Albert Rosenberg, Treasurer
Dr. Isaac K. Beckes, Executive Committeeman
Back Row Standing:
Gerald Minderman, Second Assistant Secretary
Matthew E. Welsh, President
Dr. John Anderson
Judge Curtis Shake, Honorary Chairman
Dr. Nathaniel Ewing, Second Vice President '
Mrs. Florence Watts, Secretary
Robert Bierhaus, Sr., First Assistant Secretary
Mrs. Richard Brumfield
Robert Graham, Jr.
Robert E. Green
MRS. NELLIE NIERSTE George Hayes
Secretary to Board of Trustees Curtis Klmmell
Donald Bell, Attomey for the Board
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A beloved history professor of my college days used to say tlzat historical
events come in the 'fullness of time, " when social, economic, and political e-
vents coalese to make them possible.
Transferred to the contemporary and to Vincennes University this means
that a number of' factors have been coordinated to make possible the present
outstanding contribution being made.
Among these factors has been the rapid growth of the student body, mak-
ing possible the expansion of the curricular offerings until some twenty-eiglzt
vocational-technical programs are offered along with the Hne academic IVKHZS-
Increasing support both ,financial and psychological from Governor Roger
Branigin and the General Assembly has been decisive in making possible the
University 's service to an evergrowing student body.
These factors joined with the dedicated leadership of the Board of Trust-
ees, the excellent leadership of the faculty, the loyal support of the friends
and alumni have brouglzt Vincennes University to the peak ofits educational
My personal thanks to all for their cooperation in the past year. It has been
a year of progress and service. The student body is to be congratulated on its
spirit and leadership throughout the year.
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Through the years, devoted men and women have chosen to give of their time and know-
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Never before has the importance of a college education been so diligently stressed and
outlined as it has been today. We are living in a world of computers and space flights, a world
of' faster transportation and technology- and consequently, it can often be a world of con-
fusion and chaos if we haven't learned to effectively cope with these evergrowing changes in
our civilization. -
T he administration at Vincennes University is not composed of cold-hearted and stone-
facedgteachers which many universities tend to produce, but they are found to be unfailing
friends to the students of VU in time of need. These teachers are just asf interested in their
students, as they are in their subjects and this fact alone sets VU far out in front in educa-
tional circles throughout the nation.
hese teachers fare not only interested in the surface techniques of knowledge, but they
strive endlessly- to delve into the unknown to substitute the "maybes" of education with pos-
itive fconclusion. They are proud of their work,5,and their pride in teaching is indeed justi-
fied by the outstanding accomplishments and contributions to welfare by men and women
who were once theiristudents at Vincennes University . . . t
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