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St. Regian (Paul Smiths, N.Y.) 19??-????, January 01, 1973, Image 212

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glancing unhurridly down the ladder diagram, i no­ tice that green strokes have been drawn consecu­ tively through the num b e red pages indicating that a series of editorials, literary talent, and illustra­ tions have been com p leted, completed in the sense that the tim e appropriated for this series has ended, among its pages are the ‘ w h ite\ lines on which ex­ ist the names of personnel who have contributed valuable am o u n ts of tim e , excluding their own per­ sonal. leisure tim e for unlim ited hours of precious thought, careful organization, and insight. ted barnes bonnie bottinick hector gonzales louis m inghm illi |im pahl bob paradee marc pasell greg king dan krippene Steve kubber tom rosol kitty schm itt dave wagner cathy wamganz in comDletine any group analysis, one will often find those per­ sons who because of ususual characteristicspersonaltra^vor just plain talent, are exceptional or outstanding m th e i_ lirtd. and who deserve special thanks and credit, in this case, photog raphy frank barrera barry garlitz richard lisle there are two individuals, whom without, would have determined the difference between the pro­ duction of this college yearbook and something characteristic of lesser quality the first is an Individual who has nearly always been available to fill the editor-ship when i haven't been. maureen monahan the second is an individual who has practically made the production of college yearbooks, among a host of other activities, second nature, through his careful thought, kind personality, and selective reasoning as advisor gerald moore in the past, the tradition has nearly always been, when de­ signing layouts for any year­ book, theme, if anyone were to inquire about theme concern­ ing this book, i would acknowl­ edge, \read the \white\ lines on each page.\ david bruce schipper, editor ?08

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