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BOUDREAU, JOSEPH DELBERT Arts (Pre-Med.) “Well begun is half done.” Delbert, born April 20, 1934, and a native of Mont Joli, has lead a quiet, uneventful life since entering the College in 1946. He is an eight year man, nine year counting Prep, and leaves his Pre-Med education here for further studies in the realm of medicine. ACTIVITIES Hockey: Intramurals '51-'55. BOURASSA, JACQUES Arts “The inlet of a man’s mind is what he learns; the outlet is what he accomplishes.” Jacques is silent when it comes to crowd behavior. But, since his entering the world with a wail on January 28, 1932, he has been eloquent in break- ing the same silence with style during elocution classes. His neat assignments have always been the envy of his classmates who struggled to equal him. BRETON, PAUL Commerce “Every scrap of a wise man’s time is worth saving.” Paul was born in 1932, December 6 to be exact, and hails from the West, North Battlefield, Saskatchewan. He obtained his Junior Matricula- tion at Loyola and continued on into Commerce making a prominent College career among the boarders. ACTIVITIES Boarder's Flat: President '54-'55; Worksheet: Set- up Editor '51-'55, Associate Editor '54-’55; Choral Group: '53-'54.
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BELANGER, FRANCOIS Arts “Come what will! The One remains, The many change and pass.” Quiet, serious and likeable, Frank came to Loyola from Mount Holy Names in Valleyfield, his home town. A devotee of economics, he plans to further his studies in this subject. As a fre- quenter of the Music Room, we could always depend on his discriminate choice of music to keep us entertained. BERTRAND, ANDRE R. Commerce “The ablest man I ever met Is the man you think you are.” Reveille sounded on May 12, 1933 in André’s life. He attended Notre Dame de Grace School before gracing us with his presence in High School. Entering Commerce in 1951, he could always be counted on to be in the middle of an accounting problem discussion. ACTIVITIES The Commerce Worksheet: Editor '54-'55; Foot- ball: Guard, College Team '53-'55; Swimming: Intramurals '51-'52; Basketball: Intramurals '51- 55; Floor-hockey: Intramurals '51-'55. BERTRAND, RAYMOND Science (Eng.) “Repetition is the mother of learning; Good example is the father of Christianity.” Ray came into the world with a rush on July 12, 1932, and he hasn’t stopped rushing since. An ardent pursuer of the intricacies common to the T Square, he has made his presence notable in the gym and in the drafting room from where he departs well equipped. ACTIVITIES Science Students Association: President '54-'55, Social Committee Chairman '53-'54; Intramurals: Hockey, Floor-hockey, Football Basketball, Swim- ming, Curling. 14
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BROCCOLINI, SABATINO Science “Tt’s better to be quiet and be thought a fool, Than to speak and remove all doubt.” Sabby saw light of day on October 7, 1933. He breezed through Daniel O’Connell High School and Catholic High and came to Loyola into the Science course. He has more than held his own on the football field and the coaches will miss his expert running. ACTIVITIES Football: College Team, Halfback '52-'55. BROWN, PETER J. Arts “While thou livest, drink, for once dead you never shall return.” Pete rolled into the world on February 1, 1934, and has been a big wheel in football and the stage crew. Intending to take over the steve- doring business from his father, he took an Arts course to round out his education. ACTIVITIES Dramatics: Stage Crew '51-'52, Stage Manager °53-'55, Vice-President '54-'55; Loyola News: Set-up Editor '52-'53; Sodality: Member '51-'54, Executive '53-'54; Football: College Team Center 52-54; Hockey: Intramurals ‘52-'55; Sports Manager of Class '51-'52; Intramurals: Floor- Hockey and Basketball '51-'55. BURLA, ANTONIN Science “The many is not synonymous with the wise.” Tony is a native of Roxboro, P.Q. where he was born on January 11, 1933. One of D’Arcy McGee’s many donations to Loyola, he entered the Science course after receiving his Senior Matriculation, and proved himself to be another master of the T Square.
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