The Indianapolis News from Indianapolis, Indiana on May 23, 1983 · 11
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THE 1 INDIANAPOLIS NEWS Graduations 'MONDAY EVENING, MAY 23, 1983 PAGE 11 OFT J?- "'1' r w i DePauw Grads Hear Trudeau WWW' St- (. we W V t m urn i w a . -- r V 1 ' fits : n 1 1 5 i srr 4 IJfSV V r-i . Tri mrny-mw'1 I " ill J"""" '" " WlS.S.-"r. ' Not even a bum leg could University football coach, from He did not, however, try to leap at the right. w 218 Graduate From Hanover The Ntws Indiana-Bloomington Bureau HANOVER, Ind. - Hanover College sent 218 seniors into the world of work yesterday at its 150th commencement celebration. In the morning baccalaureate service, students were addressed by the Rev. Bruce Barkhau, senior pastor of the St. Paul Community Church, Homewood., 111. A former Peace Corps volunteer in Liberia, Barkhau was graduated from Hanover in 1961 and received -hi doctor of divinity degree from 'Yale. Gene Schwilck, president of the Danforth Foundation, told the gradu Lugar Warns Franklin Grads Special to The Nawt FRANKLIN, Ind. - Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., warned Franklin College graduating seniors they are leaving college to enter world competition for jobs, but expressed confidence the graduates are up to the challenge. "I'm. optimistic about the future, as you must be," Lugar told Franklin I class during commencement Satur- ; day. , - : : " 'For the first time, there is some debate in America as to whether the J Class of '83 is more talented than its ; parents. I am hopeful that you will be our champions . . . that you will I be successful," Lugar said. J "You are in world-class interna- J tional competition from the begin- ning. You are facing a totally differ- ent competition than I did. . "So many of our jobs in this state are totally related on our ability to compete with other nations of this world," Lugar said. "We're already in that competition. However we debate I current issues, we have made vast J promises in this nation. "We are in for hard times. We're I going in with our eyes open. We I know where we are headed. I believe we have strong candidates in the Class of 1983.' -v Lugar, Indianapolis Mayor Wil- LV' liam Hudnut and the Rev. L Eugene J Ton, executive minister of the In- i Valparaiso U. m Special ft The New m VALPARAISO. Ind. - Valparaiso S University yesterday conferred de- J grees on about 800 graduates in the school's -109th commencement exer- cises. a Commencement speaker was J Robert Fox Jr., deputy inspector general , of . the U.S. Department of " State. Z Honorary Doctor of Laws degrees Z were conferred upon Fox, Henry H. " Horn, lecturer and chaplain at Luth- eran Theological Seminary in Phila- delphia, and Arthur Simon, executive S director of Bread for the World, i .Washington, , keep Nick Mourouzis, DePauw joining the commencement parade. the rope behind the young woman ates these are the times for optimism. Schwilck is a 1948 graduate of Hanover with . advanced degrees from the University of Wisconsin and Indiana University. Schwilck received an honorary doctor of laws degree, and Barkhau received an honorary doctor of divinity degree. High among students who gained academic honors were Eric Beier, Fort Wayne, and Gregory Reynolds, Carmel. They received bachelors of arts summa cum laude in chemistry nnd economics respectively. dianapolis Baptist Association, received honorary degrees. Hudnut gave the baccalaureate address. "There is a great deal of difference between worshiping God and domesticating Him," he said. "If we are going to make this one nation under God, we have to remember that God alone is Lord of the conscience. "Political pragmatism," Hudnut said, "should always yield to political morality." Jerry Garau, Martinsville, gave the class response. Garau received the Scholastic Cup for highest scholastic record for four years and the Dreps Trophy for highest grade average in romance languages. 975 Degrees At Evansville Special to The Newt EVANSVILLE, Ind. - An economist, a civil rights activist and a clergyman received honorary degrees yesterday at the University of Evansville's 125th commencement exercises. The ceremonies also saw the presentation of degrees to 975 graduates. Commencement speaker was Murray Weidenbaum, director of the Center for the Study of American Business and Mallinckrodt Distinguished Professor at Washington University in St. Louis. Weidenbaum, who served as President Reagan's first chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, also received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree. CTS Graduates 58 Christian Theological Seminary conferred degrees upon 58 seminarians in commencement exercises yesterday afternoon. Commencement speaker was Lowell Colston, professor of pastoral care at CTS. Special to The Newt GREENCASTLE, Ind. - Garry Trudeau, on leave from drawing the irreverent and often controversial "Doonesbury" comic strip, told 542 DePauw University graduates the world is no longer kind to heroes. . "The many disillusionments of the 1960s and 1970s have certainly taken their toll," said Trudeau, who is working on a "Doonesbury" musical and a screenplay. . . He called astronauts and mission specialists "arguably the only remaining heroes in a world which is no longer kind to heroes." Trudeau was one of seven people, including astronaut and i DePauw alumnus Joe Allen, to receive honorary degrees Saturday at the university's 144th commencement ceremonies, attended by about 4,000. Allen, who flew on a space shuttle voyage last November, received an honorary Doctor of Science degree. "I must say it is a university of rare range and vision that will on the same day associate its prestige with a celebrated mission specialist, a captain of industry, four leading educators and an unemployed cartoonist," Trudeau quipped. "I remember a few years ago, right after Secretariat had swept the Triple Crown, a woman told sports-caster Heywood Broun that after Vietnam and Watergate, Secretariat had 'restored her faith in mankind,"' Trudeau said. "With horses as our remaining heroes, it is not surprising that the values associated with heroes seem 3,136 Get BSU Degrees Special to The News MUNCIE, Ind. - Ball State University conferred degrees upon 3,136 graduates Saturday in the university's 85th commencement exercises. The university also presented an honorary Doctor of Laws degree to behavioral psychologist B. F. Skinner. 1 Skinner, 79, retired from his teaching and research post at Harvard University in 1974. An animal and human behavior-ist who has written dozens of textbooks, Skinner, has long been in the forefront of behavioral science. He was head of the Indiana University department of psychology from 1945 to 1948 before returning to Harvard. Although he is retired, Skinner still does much writing and some research. The honorary degree was presented by James Koch, provost of Ball State University. (ADVERTISEMENT) Arrangements Now Have Been Made for You to Travel Nearly Two Thousand Years in Only Twelve Days to the HOLY LAND with the Bible as your guidebook, under spiritual direction of Father John BEITANS Veteran International Traveler: Associate Pastor. St. Christopher Parish. Indianapolis s1957 Iromto j-... w..i. u i in i a - -fl ii. Holy Scripture comes alive fdn,ou as you walk the Way of the Cross. Your faith takes deeper meaning as you pray where stood the stable in bcthlehem or kneel in the Garden of Oethsemane. Vou will gaze out over the Jordan Valley from atop the Mount of Jericho, visit Nazareth. Cana. Mount of Beatitudes, many other places. PAPAL AUDIENCE On your return you II stop for a pilgrim s visit to Rome and a thorough tour of the Vatican and the Eternal City.. The first step is to send in this coupon today. By return mail you will receive a fact-packed folder which tells you what you can expect every moment of an unforgettable experience Rev. John Beitans. M.Oiv. (phone I St. Christopher Rectory 241- f 5301 W. Sixteenth Street 6314) Indianapolis. Ind. 46224 . Dear Father ... Please send your colorful folder I Name ' Address .- City Zip L to be in such disarray. It is not simply disillusionment; it is also the times you find yourselves in," he said. Trudeau received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree. Commencement speaker was Indiana University President John Ryan who told the graduates, "As the twig is bent in this college, so includes the growth and flowering in Indiana of the leadership of our commerce, our government, our most distinguished professions. "Oriented as you are or are supposed to be by your liberal education in this superb academy, by your subsequent maturation in learning, in experience, the synthesis of the two you will exert profound influence on your neighbors and on the whole forest of ethical, political and technical questions which will enliven your time on this earth." Ryan also received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree. DePauw also honored: Jerome Hixson, emeritus professor of English at DePauw, with an honorary Doctor of Letters degree. Louis Martz, professor of English at Yale University, with an honorary Doctor of Letters degree. John Smale, president and chief executive officer of Procter & Gamble, with an honorary Doctor of Science degree. The late Ismene Phylactopoulou, founder of the College Year in Athens program, with a posthumous honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree. P. U. -Calumet Special to The Newt - HAMMOND, Ind. - Purdue University-Calumet conferred baccalaureate degrees upon 900 graduates yesterday. Gov. Robert Orr was commencement speaker. St. Meinrad Spacial to Ths Nam St. MEINRAD, Ind. - Baccalaureate degrees were conferred upon 48 St. Meinrad College seniors Friday. , J. Terence Lyden, senior assistant professor of history, was commencement speaker. 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