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Two years have passed since the College of Physicians and Surgeons was
amalgamated with the University of the Pacific. l am convinced that the Univer-
sity has never observed a more significant milestone than that which saw one
of the nation's greatest dental schools linked with the oldest chartered institution
of higher education in California.
On Iune l7 of this year, the second graduating class of the College of Physi-
cians and Surgeons to receive its diplomas from the University of the Pacific
became, officially, Doctors of Dental Surgery. This was the climax, for these 52
fine gentlemen, of many years of education, in most cases topped by eight years
of study at the college level. No one in the state was prouder than I as I handed
out diplomas to the P CS: S class of l964.
And now this summer, as a new graduating class prepares to put its learning
and supervised experience into use, as its past begins to prove itself by true
achievement in dental practice, the University and the College join forces to
build an even greater School of Dentistry. The class of '64 and those receiving
degrees before you have managed to achieve greatness despite poor physical
facilities. But now at last, on the horizon, the construction of a new college build-
ing, available to its first class in l966, is eagerly anticipated.
Long hours, months and years of work and of hoping by your Dean and others
of the faculty and alumni, appear to have turned a dream into reality. Some day
a class of dental students will start taking for granted the fine new facility at
Sacramento and Webster. Meanwhile, you in the class of '64 can be exceedingly
proud of having achieved your great scholastic record in the days when life
was rough indeed-on l4th Street in San Francisco. My congratulations to you.
Dr. Robert E. Burns ,
President, University of the Pacific
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