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St. Regian (Paul Smiths, N.Y.) 19??-????, January 01, 1977, Image 47

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[ D e d i c a t i o n An institution as successful as P aul Sm ith’s College m u st have com p e tent men and women to guide it, to keep it on track, to do the work which m u st be done effectively. Such an institution m ust have teachers and staff above the ordinary ability and character if the institution is to survive and flour­ ish. A school’s reputation rests on its products — human beings — the young men and women who are its graduates. A school is something special in the world of hum a n endeavor. A successful school has its own unique character in the quality of its graduates, recognized in the fields of their choice as desirable products. Paul Sm ith’s graduates in for­ estry are recognized in their field as the best there are from the level of the two year college. Building the quality into the graduates is the work of the teacher. The superior teacher is a m an or a woman who excels in his or her discipline and who is also a leader, not by talk or by title, but by example. Such a man is W illiam R. Rutherford, Dean of Forestry of Paul Sm ith’s College. BELOW: S i H M l h t n ^ e p 'f o r twenty year* or more are members of the Twenties Club. ROW 1: Mr. C. Kircbe. Mr G. Mr. S Simkmn, Mr G Hoyt ROW 2 Dean G. Twombly, Dr. C.L. Buxton (now retired), Miss Eileen Crary, Mr. W. Schwartau Mr. G. Hadley, And Dean William R. Rutherford. On the shoulders' of Dean Twombly, Profs. George Perom, Gould Hoyt, and Dean Rutherford waa the responsibility of building the Forestry Department. They have done well. ____

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