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POTSDAMClarkson Col lege of Technology's newly inaugurated-presidentr*^^hir W. Graham jr., said Saturday that the college "must find -.better* and new ways to con-tribute \o the economic and industrial growth of northern New York,
"The future of our college is interminably bound with that of the North Country," said Graham in his inaugural address. "We want that fu-ture-^for both of usto be as prosperous as possible."
Graham, who was named Clarkson's eleventh president
s late last summer, was formal-ly installed in office during ceremonies h e l d Saturday afternoon in t he Clarkson Arena. His remarks, includ-ing those outlining the col-lege's role In serving its geo-graphical region, were aimed at defining "Clarkson^s Com:
~TfilTmehTToT6morrow.'' The chief executive dis-
cussed his role in relation to the proposed, review and, re-statement of Clarkson's mis sion under several major headings. He i n t e rpreted
^those headings as the recruit-ment of faculty, the enhance-ment of the intellectual lm-vironment of the college, and the development and wise use of operating and capital resources.
Graham suggested that the "new" objectives of the insti-tution and the outcome de sired "should be compatible with its forseeable resources
"financial." "Clarkson College is ono of
INAUGURATEDJohn W. Graham, jr., left, president of Clarkson College of Technology, speaks following his . inauguration Saturday to, from left, Miss Katherine A. Signor, Ogdensburg, the last woman to graduate fronT the college in 1907rand"JrvWilliamFo^rOgdehlbuf*g,l;he
oldest living graduate, class of 1902.
select group of private insti-tutions," he said, "which has helped America achieve a pd-sition of world leadership in engineering and technologi-cal education.
"The^-eollege is challenged personnel , physical a n d | t o ftivf) immpHiatg anrl -major
attention. to its continuing mission. The need fur reas
CONFERRAL OF HONORARY, DEGREES R. Buck- Standing from left, Rober4 J. McGill, 3rd., college his-minster Fuller, designer of the U. S. pavillion dome and tonanjmri^ marshal! of commencement; Mr. Fuller; and commencement speaker at Clarkson College Of Tech-nology, received an honorary doctor of engineering degree from the college at commencement Sunday.
John W. Graham, jr., college president, at the^ lectern. Seated, from left, Luther E. Olson, trustee, and J. Burch McMorran, superintendent of public works who also received an honorary degree.
sessment is justified," he ad-ded, "on the basis of changes in engineering and related professions and the demands put upon them by society, changes taking place in corn-changes which have been in process In Clarkson, itselk."
Humanity Can Take Care of HumaTiit^ And Eliminate War, Speaker Claims
POTSDAM ~ Engineer-de-signer R. Buckminister Ful-ler said Sunday that compe-tence in design science "doing more With lfli
331 Seni^s Awarded Degrees POTSDAMClarkson Col-
lege of Technology Sunday awarded 414 degrees at grad-uation, including 331 bach-elor of science, 79 mathema-tics and 4 doctors.
They are: Bachelor of seionce-chemical engi-
neeringSteven Abell , Ossining; Robert P. Bacher, Baldwin; Arthur W; Brook*, Utlca; Kenneth J . Carl , Jr., Baldwin; Peter A. Carlivati , Rochester: Robert Carr, Schuyler-Ville; Will iam L. Chamberlain, Bell-port; James K. Chapman, jr., Pitts-field, Mass,; David N. Emerick, Gasport; Paul S. Feder, Rochester; Walter J . Fucito, Glen Cove; Jiten-dra K. Gaglani, Bombay, India; James B. Garrigan, Westmoreland; Wi l l iam J . Graham, jr., Oriskany
orinay L. j3rjeg,_Harxisville;LyonJson I. Hillman, Rochester; Paul W. | A W
Kardos, East Greenbush; Arthur C/ Krohn,. jr., Baldwin; John F. Lude-Mann, West Winfield; Robert G. Muir , Endicott; Mart in J . Oulton, j r . , LevittowVi,^ Pa,; Ranchod D. Parikh. Bbm&ay, India; Larry A. Parr , Palmyra; David V. Powers, Collins; Scott R. Schnell, Cam-bridge; Robert R. Schultz, Roch-ester; John R. Schwaller, Thorn-V/ood; -George V. Selke, Pittsford; Alien E. Stupplebeen. jr., Bellmore; Robert R. Thomas, Pittsfield, Ma^s.; John J. Trick, Commack; Wayne H. Vreatt. Lyons Falls; Gary . N. Wainwright. Baldwin; Raymond H. Walker, Buffalo; Richard C. Winton, Lynbrook.
Bachelor of science-civil engineer-In^Stewart' T. Aiston, New City; Richard M. Bodner, Poughkeepsie; Richard A. Bolte. Lynbrook; Ken-neth D. Brooks, Rochester; Roger G. Burlingame, Delmar; Duane L Dodds, Fort Johnson; Richard P Dolyak, Stratford, Conn.: Francis V . Doyle, Lowville; Paul F . . Dud-den, Camillus; FreTPR. 'Esienwein Mineola: Roger M. Frary, North Lawrence; Alfred W. Gatto, -Hunt-
-rngtonSiattcnr-'F-rancis P. Geracei "^UtrcaT~James^P. Hassetl, YoTRtoWnT
Thomas E.^Heffernan,,West Haven, Conn.; Gerald E. Kane, Webster; David .P , ; -Mat thews , Rochester; Frank T . Moonhead, Greene; David
Prabhu D. Birla, Mandel; Wil l iam L. Bristol, Foxboro, Mass.; Richard J . Cardinal, . .Brooklyn? .Gerald C Chaszar, Massena; James D. Clark, jr . , Corning; Richard V. Cousineau, Watertown; Robert F. Entigar, Westport, Conn.; Miles J . . Ferret , Saranac Lake; Richard P. Ftesing-er, Syracuse; Steven E- Gifford, Worcester, Mass.; John D. Hadel, East Hampton; Gerald J . Heber, Flushing.
Also: David V . Hessler, Eldridge; Wil l iam S. Hutchinson, Hamburg; David E. Hutton, DeWitt; Paul 5 . Jensen, jr., Schenectady; Roger L. Johnson, South Hempstead; Ken-neth W. Karda, Woodside; Wil l iam E. Kardash, jr . . Schenectady; Fred-erick A. Kimber, Syracuse; Wolf-gang F. Kluge, ;Olean; Joseph Kruger 11, Lac Marois, Quebec; J o s e p h ' J . Lewicke, Uxbridge, Mass.; Lee M. Loomis, Rochester; Bjorn K. Lydorsen, Croton-on-Hud
Also: Richard H. McCartney, Ith aca; Robert A. Merri l l . Rochester; Ronald K. Morrow. Colton; Carlton R. Mousseau, Plattsburgh: John H. Mumper, Scarsdale; Gerald N. Myers, Liberty; Jon C. Olstad, Ken-more; Charles H. O'Neill, Massena; Daniel A. Poulos. Buffalo; Neil M. Prusansky, Massapequa; "Ronald C. Riefler, Hamburg; Maurice --A. Rob-b i n s , f f hEndicottrE rwinRodgejv Port Washington; Frank R. Sender, New Hyde Park: Jeffrey L. Smith, Schenectady; Michael A. Stawarz, Utica; Edward J . Tanner, jr.. Balti-more, Md.; Richard F. Tillinger, East Patchoque; William M. Towne, Murray Hil l , N.J.r Peter E. T . War-1off, Lake George; Dennis D. Weim-er, Wellsville; Norman R. Westfall, Rochester; John T. Willse, Warsaw; Richard A. Wood, Bellport; Stewart J . Woodcock, Oneida; Andrew A. Zimmerman, North Tonawanda.
Bachelor of science-chemistry Robert H. Ballan, Little Neck; Leo J. DeCresente, Troy; Samuel H Givand, Brooklyn; Woodrow H. Ing ram, East Northport; Albert B Levit, New York; Francis J . Man gravite, jr., Baldwin; Douglas F.I Mart in , B u f f a l o ; ^ W i l l i a m ^ C . - : M c - j LachlSnT-TeTTSfly;N.J.; J a m * * F. Monthony, Olcott; Richard L. Ros-enthal. South Hempstead; Siamak Shahriari,- New York; Gary- Simons, Deer Park; David A. Walsh, Guild
York; James T. Chapman, West Danby; Edward D. Cook, jr., Mar-blehead, Mass.; John T . Corbett, Gloversville; Robert A. Cracower, Montreal; Alexander W. Crispo, Howard Beach; Rex D. Curtiss, Ransomville; Theodore J . Davis, i Rochester; Joseph S. Demerski, .Springfield, Mass.; Robert G. De-pew,' Elmira Heights; Irwin L. Dil-lenberger, TenafJy, N.J.; James R. Dunlap, Easton, Pa.;^ Alfred J . Egenhofer, Ridgefield Park. N.J.;-Gary E. Elinor, Troy; Mark R. Feldman, Pompton takes, N.J.; Roderick L. Fox, Rochester; Thom-as G. Frost, Hollis; Robert C. Funston, Ballston Spa.
Also: Brian J . Gagnon, Water-town; Tfreodore R. .Gass, Ozone Park; Robert J . Goodwin, Dunkirk; Thomas J . Harrington, Saranac Lake; Richard P. Hawkins, j r . , Hingham. Mass.; Arthur L. Hers-berger, R o d n o r. Pa.; Kenneth
fHooper, Madrid;JoS'eph F. Hrjret^ rik, .Endicott; Roy W. Hugenberg-er, Wellesley, Mass.; Joseph A. Im-parato. Itevittown; Robert C. Ka-minski.- Syracuse; ' Fred J . , Krol, Suffem; Jay E. Kunzmann, Free-.
the only way t h a t 100 per cent of humanity can be served.
Mr.. Fuller, internationally famous designer of geodesic structures, including the 20-story "skybreak bubble" U. Si-, pavilion at Expo 67 in Montreal, made the state-ment in remarks delivered at the 74th commencement ex-ercises at Clarkson College of Technology
undergraduate and .advanced degrees at the exercises.
Only tbout 40 per cent of humanity is enjoying" a, fair-ly decent standard of living,"
lr"Hrc resources at OUr cnmmanH,
comfort," he said. "The de-mands for these resources force p o l i t i c a l leaders toward a military s ho w-down." .
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