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St. Regian (Paul Smiths, N.Y.) 19??-????, January 01, 1953, Image 59

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Back Row: James O'Donnell, Robert Kramer, Bernard Hoye, Michael Chuckta, Treasurer? Leo Chamberlain, Francis Mc- Craneles, Vice-President; John Elka, Jack Hoover, Richard Morgensai. Seated: Donald Manning, William Barry, Anne Snell, William Warholy, Dora Boyer, Secretary; Mr. Raymond Valenti, Advisor; Jacqueline St. John, Rev. C. Albert Richardson, Chaplin; Richard Clark, Miss Frances Mournighan. NEWMAN CLUB During the 1952-53 college year the N e w ­ m a n Club, an international association of Catholic students, observed a three fold pro­ gram — spiritual, educational and social in nature. Under the guidance of Father Richardson, its members sponsored three Communion Breakfasts. At these breakfasts well-known Catholic laymen were invited as guest speakers. The expenses of the club were met by selling Christmas cards depicting a winter scene at Paul Smith’s College. The enthusi­ asm of the club's members as salesmen caused “fearful prospects\ to clutch their wallets whenever one of them approached. This m o n e y was raised with a definite pur­ pose in mind — in order to finance the Christmas Cotillion, a semi-formal affair spon­ sored by the N e w m a n Club. This year the Cotillion was a dinner-dance at the Hotel Marcy in Lake Placid. It was considered by many students to be the bright spot of the holiday season and one of the never-to-b^ forgotten college memories. 49

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