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Walwood Hall, the oldest dormitory on campus, acclaims the 1956-1957 school year as one of its most active.
Named after former President Dwight Waldo and Leslie H. Wood, Walwood is the traditional home of many of
The one-hundred-twenty men of Walwood participated in many campus activities during the past year. The dorm's
Homecoming display was one of the most colorful on cam pus, featuring the dramatic masks of tragedy and comedy
in the respective colors of victorious Western and Toledo University.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gabel, Pete and Sue
Walwood's Council as shown are :sq
row 1-jim Stevens, Bob Molesky,
Bob Tubbs, Dick Conrad, Robert
Sodderman. Row 2-Phil Horst,
Pat Dawson, jim Smith, Grant
Becker, Lew Chapin, Robert john-
son. Row 3-Bob Vozel, Richard
Fisher, Ron Beemer.
The dorm's Spring Formal Dance, one of the most
successful in recent years, was held in the dining
room. Later on, Walwood united forces with
Spindler Hall for an RHA Mixer in the Spring.
Exchange dinners also were held with the
The second semester saw Walwood inaugurate
the college's First intra-dorm weekly news and
Participation in World Affairs Week gave the
men an opportunity to serve as host to Mr. Joseph
Namata of Tanganyika.
Sports occupied much of the spare time of Wal-
wood Men, entering football, basketball and
bowling teams in the college's intramural pro-
gram. They held, in addition, their own table
tennis and golf tournaments.
Walwood truly was a home away from home for
the men with the kind attention of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Gabel, dorm directors.
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From Freshman teas and beanie courts to graduation day
The grand affair of meeting someone new was ours.
And out of these we harvested friends
Friends that thorn goodbyes.
Friends that thorn goodbyes.
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Row 2-Roger Cosgrove. junior, Chicago, Ill.: Gregory Crippin, Sophomore, Fennville:
Charles Flynn, Freshman, Marshall: Larry Frye. Sophomore, Warren: Edwin Gustafson,
Sophomore, Eau Claire: Richard Harrington, Sophomore, Fennville: Robert Humphrey.
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Hawaii: Bruce Privacky, junior. Muskegon: John Provancher. Sophomore. Menomineei
William Stanley. Freshman, River Rouge: Lloyd Swierenga, junior. Grand Rapids:
John Topash, Sophomore. Galien: Robert Tubbs. Sophomore. Coldwater: Theodore
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