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The Mitre V.1 N.8 [1941]

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Title

The Mitre V.1 N.8 [1941]

Description

Catholic themed publication

Subject

College student publication
Queens College (New York, N.Y.)
Religious clubs-Catholic

Creator

Queens College Newman Club

Source

StudentPublications.Box21

Publisher

Queens College

Date

[1941]

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Image

Language

English

Type

Text

Coverage

Queens College, {New York, N.Y.}

Text

Published by the Newman Club of Queens College.

The Staff:
Editor- Edward E. Kreitsek

Bob Mead
Mary Pellicane
James Blake
Muriel Froehlich
Marie Walsh
Bill Brooksbank
Helen Raymantas
Paul De Santis
John Sodono
E. Joseph Frank

Club Officers
President-Robert A. Mead
Vice-President-Genevieve Logan
Treasurer- William Kelso
Secretary- Margaret Twohig

Chaplin-Rev. William F. Kelly S.T.D.
Faculty Advisor-Prof. T. F. Cope Ph.D

SENIORS!! JOIN NEWMAN ALUMNI GROUP

On June 26, 1941 Queens College will witness its first graduation exercises. Among the 170 students to leave the school after four successful years, there will be many Newman leaders and members. We will suffer the loss of these friends and fellows, secure in the belief that more will be along soon to take their place. In leaving Queens College, respected seniors, do not separate yourselves from the Newman Club. The most influential and active members of the club can be the Alumni Group. It is your obligation and privilege to organize the Branch of Newmanites that will extend the philosophies and doctrines of Newmanites into the World of Bsuiness, education and research. In your new life after graduation, you can easily lose your college acquaintances and retain only your memories of these years. If you accounted any importance to the years of Newman activity at school, you must be concerned with the continuance of the ideals which you professed for the term of your school association. If you find it impossible to become an active part of the Alumni Club, be sure to extend the teachings of Newmanism by the sort of life that you lead.

Good Bye friends, we';; miss you, but never be without the memory of our happy relationship through so many endeavors.
Ed Kreitsek

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Physical periodical

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Citation

Queens College Newman Club , “The Mitre V.1 N.8 [1941],” Queens College Archives and Special Collections, accessed November 25, 2017, http://archives.qc.cuny.edu/queenscollege/items/show/550.