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1946 is a Wonderful year in which to be a graduate, the centennial year for the city, the semi-centennial
year for the school. It is on such occasions that you think of past records and established traditions.
Past records can be pleasant to look over if they are good and honorable. Good records are an indication
of work Well done. Poor records may be a SSJUFCC of qmbarrasment and shame. Keep your records so that you
will be proud to have them put on dilsplay. ,
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There are many traditions at West -Q-ixision: some of them you have followed and helped to establish more
firmlyg others you have ignored and repudiated. This ishs- it should be:'you must be critical of the traditions
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which you acceptg they must not be followed hlirfdly. must analyze evdaluate the outcome of .your
planned course of action. The useful and valid traditions shoulzg bhigllqyved, -but those which may hinder
your proper progress must be discardedkand nevsf s'Hstf3 meet your needs of today and tomorrow.
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Let this semicentennial anniversary be the Jigroaan era more v1tal to you than the one just passed.
You must look to the future with courage nd enthusiasm. ' V
By T. C. Potter.
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T. C. POTTER,