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a think tonight of four years’ work that’s done — For study’s work: at midnight weary cyes Are on a book; a crowd of tasks defies Dispersal, claims youth’s time, and time will run While progress creeps. Yet now, across my sun No clouds regretful pass. My spirits rise. These years of work have made me rich: there lies Within my palm knowledge and skill; P?ve won The breathless heights of Truth, from where my mind Can view humanity, divinity! A fair achievement! F or my work behind Now soar, my heart, I give you liberty! No! Hold, proud heart! To Him in Whom I find My talents, bow in thanks and humility. —Don WEEREN
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competition while promoting a heavy schedule of intramural athletics. Loyola’s publica- tions were well received and well read with the fine journalism of the News and Amphora winning many new friends as well for the College. The influence of the Sodality was very much in evidence on the Campus while the three faculty societies engaged in friendly rivalry, promoting an enthusiastic College spirit. Arts Society PIERRE La TRAVERSE C.F.C.C.S. Chairman JOHN McCALLUM ‘ : A : . ahi And so the term of office has expired for President Neil Patton and his hard working associates. The experience and initiative with which Neil conducted his duties of office along with the enthusiasm and all-out support of the Council proved to be a winning combination for the College. Men like Norm Henchey, Paul Connolly, John Cullen, Gord Maguire, Brian McMullan, Tony Raspa, Jerry Long and Neil Patton will be very hard to replace on the Council. However, they take with them, along with their degrees, Dramatic Society : z . Boarders’ Fat GASTON BEAUREGARD memories of many happy days spent in the lecture rooms, on the Campus, in the Stadium, PAUL BRETON Auditorium, Gymnasium and Chapel. They have drunk of the sweet wine and now they needs must pass the goblet on to their successors with a sincere wish of good luck. law St. John Berchman's Society JOHN McCARNEY Senior Arts GERALD LONG jj we i i Freshman Arts Freshman Science ANTHONY PATTERSON LLOYD SULLIVAN ; Mall, Junior Commerce Senior Commerce KENNETH CASSIDY GARY GAGNON ah All-Activity Chairman Freshman Commerce Sophomore Commmerce Sophomore Science Junior Arts Junior Science Senior Science GERAID IONG RENOIT PORERPCE ARTHIJ2 GARINTHER EARLE GARINTHER LAWRENCE MUTTY DONALD WHEELER OWEN McALEER
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ALLORE, ROBERT Science (Eng.) “The important thing in life is not the triumph but the struggle. The essential thing it not to have conquered but to have fought well.” Bob was born on September 20, 1933. He re- ceived his High School education in Trenton, Ontario, his home town and was turned over to the College for finishing. Energetic Bob will not soon be forgotten by his fellow boarders and team mates. ACTIVITIES Hockey: College team — goaler '51-'54; Floor Hockey: Intramurals '52-'54; Curling: Intramurals 53-'54,. BAECK, JOHN ARTHUR Commerce “Patience is the companion of wisdom.” ) A man of few words, John is one of the peren- i | nial crop of St. Willibrod’s contributions to Loyola. Born May 30, 1933, he received his High School education here and entered the Commerce course in 1951. An eight year man, John has kept up his high standard in his studies and leaves the College with an admirable » academic record. ACTIVITIES = Commerce Society: '51-'55; Football: Intramurals 51-'55; Hockey: Intramurals °51-'55; Bowling: 53-'55; Curling: '54-'55. BEAUREGARD, GASTON NORBERT Arts “A litile nonsense now and then Is relished by the best of men.” Although Junior has the honor of being an eight year man, before his Loyola days he was well known as the little boy with the glasses who never failed to cheer the Warriors on at the Campus games. Born June 27, 1934, he undertook the Arts course in both High School and College. ACTIVITIES Arts Society: Vice-President '51-'52, President '53- ‘54; Dramatics: President '54-'55, Major Role 52-'53, Minor Role ‘'51-'52, Assistant Stage Manager '53-'54; Football: College Team '52-'55; Intramurals: Hockey '51-'55, Basketball '51-'55, Curling '53-'55, Bowling '52-'55, Swimming '53- 55, Floor Hockey '51-'55, Touch Football '51-'52; Sodality: '52-'53.
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