SUNY at Delhi - Fidelitas Yearbook (Delhi, NY)

 - Class of 1950

Page 9 of 88

 

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Page 9 text:

FAREWELL TD THE ELASS DF ’50 It is hard to realize that the time of grad¬ uation of the class of ' 50 is here. You are the thirty-sixth class to graduate from Delhi. You constitute the largest addition to an ever-increasing group of nearly 1600 who- have had, I hope a profitable and happy sojourn at D. A. T. I. My wish for you is a joyous and happy journey down the road of life. i

Page 8 text:

Although it was twenty-four months ago when we first entered Delhi Ag and Tech, those entrance exams seem but yesterday. For what were we best fitted? What did we already know in our chosen fields? It took us three days to find out! During our two years we have all been exposed to many subjects, some of which we enjoyed and others which were required. We learned the sources of milk when we were routed from bed at five a.m. for practical work in the barn. The Poultry Department had its fun juggling chickens, gathering eggs and watching them hatch. Home¬ making girls at first experimented, then succeeded in giving us good food. For a while we wondered. Building Construction hammered more fingers than floorin nails before completing the project house. The school has grown too—an addition was made to the farm shop, the masonry shop was used for the first time and a new school sign was again attempted. Many of us joined the organizations on the campus such as Tri-Atelier, Theta Gamma, Horn and Hoof, Chanticleer, and Women ' s Student Government. Others of us were responsible for the formation of new ones such as Student Council, Dairy Industry, Camera, and the newest one of all the Outdoor Club. Last but not least are our memories of the good times we have had at the dances— ' Welcoming " attempted for the first time this year and a big success, was followed by the Homecoming Dance and the Builder ' s Ball. The lasting friendships started through picnics at the falls, dates at Pete ' s and Open House will dim the memories of those five of eight classes and the early using on sub-zero mornings. In the Spring, along with the " fever " , came fishing, baseball, the Dairy Show, the Senior Dance, and finally the excitement of that eventful day—Graduation.



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BOARD DF VISITORS Left to right—Mr. Selleck Cronk, Mr. William A. Humphries. Vice-President, Mr. Nelson Kelly, stand¬ ing is Dr. E. O. Bush, President, Jerome J. Farrell, James A. Crawford, Secretary, and Frederick W. Youmans. Most students never see the members of the Board of Visitors and some do not know of its existence. It is, however, a part of the functioning of the school. Composed of men with different occupa¬ tions but a common interest in the Institute, the Board meets in January, June, September, and at such times as they elect. The mem¬ bers must keep themselves informed as to the teaching force, activities, and needs of the school. It is their duty to bring to the attention of the State University anything the Institute may desire, such as larger appro¬ priations, new buildings, or new equipment. The work of these men, who are appointed by the Governor, may best be described by saying that they are a medium between the State School in Delhi and the State Univer¬ sity in Albany. 6

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