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Qu'cii: To See 4cf 'on THE CALGARY HERALD Tuesday. June 12, 1951- 17 11. J J Gunners From Canada Make Hit In Korea By BILL BOSS WITH TOE CANADIANS IN KOREA (CP) Cam ' i , v ' ;?' - - N y VA- it ; - V - , t f h ' h ; P I r i ; U h ' ' - ii hWii r Ty- dian gunners "made a hit" right from the beginning in Korea. ' The unit barely had time to dig in on the Korean front before it was firing "murder targets"- rancentrations of all its guns on enemy positions. During its first 24 hours on the front the unit shot off more than 1,300 shells. BATTERIES in that first day supported a British patrol. They . ' TOP STUDENTS GRADUATING MONDAY NIGHT from Mount Royal College were owarcied scholarships and medals. Standing (from left) are: Steven Pedersen, Bearspaw, winner of the bronze medal for the highest standing in Grade X; Robert Orr, Exsdaw, winner of the Margaret L. Carrick scholarship; Robert Garbert, Calgary, winner of the Council of Jewish Women bursary for highest standing in first year history and economics; Michael Fisk, Calgary, winner of the Henry Birks and Sons gold medal for the highest standing in first year University courses. Seated ore from left: Jeanette Mac-Kenzie, Calgary, winner of the Elizabeth H. Williams Memorial bursary; Hilda Kolstad, Airdrie, winner of the board of governors silver medal for the highest general standing in Grade XII; Doris Weberling, Bowness, winner of the bronze medal for the highest standing in Grade XI; and Marian Dick, Bowness, winner of the Dr. G. W. Kerby Chapter I.O.D.E. Memorial scholarship for the Grade XI student with the highest general standing. - . Mount Royal Graduates Told: Specialized Education Likely To Be Weakness In a complex and rapidly-changing world, specialized education was likely to be a weakness, Dr. Andrew Stewart, president of the University of Alberta, Monday night told 150 Mount Royal College graduating students. Speaking at the college convocation in Central United Church, the president said lhat a general education provided the wider basis of knowledge necessary for meeting problems in the modern world THE YOUNG graduates were going out into a world much more complex than their parents had known. "We have to educate young people not for today and tomorrow, but for a lifetime. "General education gives them the flexibility and adaptability to make them effective citizens. They must have a knowledge of people and human relations as well as some specialized training." The qualities of industry, integrity, courage and purpose were essential to a happy and effective life, he told the young graduates. FOR THE 150 students receiving diplomas at the ceremony, 34 had completed their first year of university. There were 15 of this group who had finished one year of a petroleum engineering course affiliated with "the University of Oklahoma. High school graduates made up a large part of the class with 64 students, while 44 graduated in commercial courses. Three diplomas were awarded to adult students on completing evening courses. Gold medalist this year was Michael Fisk. Calgary, who lopped the university class by capturing the Henry Birks and Sons gold medal for . the highest standing. The 21-year-old student intends to continue specializing in languages when he enters university in the fall. OTHER UNIVERSITY awards went to the following students: The Calgary B'nai B'rith bur-iary for highest general standing In the division of mathematics and science, Kenneth Ivan Julson, Delia. The Calgary B'nai B'rith bur-tary for the highest general standing in the division of languages and literature, Patricia Joan Mun-ro. Calgary. The Calgary section Council of Jewish Women bursary for highest eeneral standing in the division of Fistory and economics. Robert James Thomas Garbert, Calgary. The Board of Governors silver medal for highest general standing In petroleum engineering, Wilbert Michael Tiaymond Nielsen, Calgary. HIGH SCHOOC scholarships were won by the following students: The Elizabeth H. Williams memorial bursary for grade X student returning as a resident rtudent, Jeanette May MacKenzie, The Dr. G. W. Kerby chapter. I.O.D.E., memorial scholarship for fjjrfide XI student with high general Sending, Marian Joan Dick, Bow-.ss. The Margaret L. Carrick scholarship offered by the Mount Royal College Educational Club to a student returning for further study as resident student, Robert Dobson Orr, Exshaw. The Charles M. Hall memorial scholarship, Kenneth Gordon Lori-mer. Calgary. The Board of Governors silver medal for highest general standing in grade XTI, Hilda Amelia Kolstad, Airdrie. Bronze medal for highest stand-' ing in grade XI. Doris Eileen Weberling, Bowness. , Bronze medal for highest standing in grade X, Steven Alan Pedersen, Bearspaw. Eric Sharpies memorial prize in grade XI English. Doris Eileen Weberling, Bowness. Awards for highest standing in Bible study courses: Jeanette May MacKenzie. Calgary, and Kathleen Neal. Coutts. TOP COMMERCE students received awards for proficiency: Silver medal for highest general standing in commercial course, Clarence Patton, Calgary. Bronze medal for second highest standing in commercial courses, Joyce Coverdale, Foremost. Bronze medal for proficiency in penmanship, Knut Skarstol, Calgary. Speeial award for best kept set of bookkeeping records, Doris Markle, Red Deer. Special award for highest typing speed for the year, Susan Polio, Blairmore. Special award for outstanding accuracy in commercial courses, Joan Johnston, Coleman. Award for highest standing in Bible study courses Evelyn Atkins, Innisfree. FOLLOWING IS a list of graduating students receiving diplomas: 1ST YEAR ARTS William Everett Code. Calearv: Carolyn Ruth Corben. Calgary; Michael Charles Fink. Calgary; Robert James Thomas Garbert, Calgary; Albert Lloyd Kahanoft, Calgary; Arthur Kloepfer. Calgary; Jacqueline Nowltn.- Calgary; Calvin David Oughton, Calgary; Keith Macis.ay nuf, Klpora; Donald James Purvis, Calgary; William Andrew Sayers, Calgary; George Delhert Lea Simpson, Clareholm. 1ST VEAR SCIENCE Lorne Ronald Hanson. Calgary: Kenneth Ivan Julson. Delia: Harold Ernest Mollneaux, Calgary: Marie Elizabeth Petersen. Chancellor: William Harry Taylor. Calgary; Margaret Terl. Calgary; Llovd Dean Welcker, Calgary. 1ST VEAR PETROLEUM ENGINEERING Leo Barth. Camrese; Donald Murray Forbes. Calgarv; James Smith Hart, High River; Marshall Hlronaka, Raymond: Morris Emit Killk, Olds; Arthur, Stanley Morgan. Calgarv: Gerald John Morris, Lethbridge; Wilbert Michael Raymond Nielsen, Calgary; Lawrence Harvey Pashak, Calgary; James E. Sinclair, Coutts; Owen James Egbert Smith, Calgary: Robert James Sumner, Calgary; Ronald Duncan Walnes, Calgary; Roy M. Wolk, Lethbridge; Waiter Gordon Wright, De Winton. GENERAL EDUCATION DIPLOMAS Mary Ellen Beasley, Calgary: Douglas S. Brooker, Calgary; Robert James Harper. Provost; Janet Ruth Lee, Provost; Leonard William McArthur, Calgary. EVENING COLLEGE DIPLOMAS Olive Isabelie Gilbert, Calgary; Mrs. Florence Heelan, Calgary; Mrs. C. C. Parr. Calgary. GRADE XII CERTIFICATES Robert Edward Ayllng. Bowness: Frederick Joseph Bell. Irrtcana: Marie Elizabeth Bording, Standard; Hennlng Brasso, Calgary; Barbara Josephine Burns, Medicine Hat; Elizabeth Klnsey Carscallen. Innisfail; Emily Louise Christie, Innisfail; John Eugene Davies. Calgary: John Chester Davts. Mac-leod: Edwin Joseph Dobry. Calgary; Alfred Harold Evans. Midnapore; Donald John Fleming, Taher; Charles Henrey Flynn. Calgary; Norman John Forsgren. Calgary; David Barrle Forsyth. Calgary; Douglas Irving Gibson. Calgary: Barrie Mure Graham. Calgary; Mary Greta Hallett. Fleet: H. Kendall Harris. Parkland; Newton Charles Henricks, Irrtcana; Ravmond Albert Hopkins. Airdrie; Donald Elwood Hutchison. Calgary; Irene Elenora Jensen. Standard; Robert Evans Jo-es. Calgary; Robert Dobson Orr. Exshaw: Dorothy Petersen. Arden- ode; John Ste. Clair Phillips, mver- mere, B.C.: Nora Love rnnce. t,aj- gar Net y; Gerald Kaymona vuasi. caigary; pJson Michael Saunders, Calgary; William Donaldson Selby. Milk River Grant Ralston Shuttleworth, Balzac; Lucile Evangeline Shuttleworth, Balzac; Catherine Beatrice Sleight. Calgary: Ian G. Smith. Vulcan: Donald Brudenal Smyth, Calgary; Joyce Lou Snyder, Calgary: Philip Davis Sprung, Calgary: Robert Alexander Steele, Calgary: Donald James FJttor. te winton: Gwendoline Ann Sweeney. Calgary; Peter Tarasff. Herronton; Charles Leslie Tiffin. Provost: Margaret Eleanor Tiffin. Provost: Phyllis May Weir, Calgary; Edmund Benny Wong. Olds; Stanley Zauia, St. Michael: Hilda Amelia Kolstad. Airdrie; Kenneth Gordon Lorimer, Calgary: Donna Laurel Luther, Calgary: 1 Mary Helen Mackenzie. Norman Wells: Kenneth Duncan MacLaren. Canmore: Sheila May Macrory, Peace Rive-; Roy Christian Male. Taber: Laura' Doreen Malmberg. Mosslelgh: Patrick Delbert Maio. Taber; Shell 'Bernlca Marshall, De Winton; Ruftna Barbara McCullough. Calgary: Wilfred Allan McLeod. Calgary; Gerald'na Ann Mitchell, Cranbrook, B.C.; George Alexander Moruzi, Calgary: James Arlen Thomas Motta. Calgary: Kathleen Lascelles Neal. Coutts; Mervin Marten Nielsen. Calgary. EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL DIPLOMAS Jacqueline Arnell, Cochrane: Evetvn Atkins, Innisfree; Iris Bartlett. Leth-brtdge; Rita Blaiouske, Calgary; All- son Brlnsmead, Camrose; Ruth Brown, Castor: Joyce Coverdale, Foremost; Jean Dahl, Raymond; Louise Determan, Lethbridge; Shirley Fosten, Calgary; Marjorle Harrington. Lacombe; Shirley Houghtaling, Calgary; Joan Johnston, Coleman; Sylvia Lttch, Calgary; Sheila Mac-Lean, Calgary: Doris Markle. Red Deer; E?tte Jean Morrison, New Dayton; Marie Passmore, Kamloops, B.C.; Susan Polio. Bellevue; Dixie Rowland. Calgary: Laura Sergeant, Calgary; Jean Williams. Twin Butte. MEDICAL-DENTAL SECRETARIAL DIPLOMAS Marjorle Brown, Claresholm; Dolores Dyson, Calgary: June Neddow, Mac-leod: Joanna Peebles. Calgary. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DIPLOMAS John L. R. Davie, Calgary: Bruce Flesher. Edmonton; James Marshall, fired on Chinese ahead of moua tain positions. And they helped an American unit clear out Chinese troops who had infiltrated behind two of its companies. Lt.-Coi. A. J. B. Bailey of Dun can, B.C. and Kingston, Ont said: We were told that the results were very good." The, gunners had set something of a record by being there at all. Only two days previously they were at the South Korean port at which they had landed. Spanning the distance in great strides, their convoys were at the front 48 hours later, guns were positioned on sites prepared by an advance party, and in no time flat, were ready to take on targets. IT WAS A throw-back to Italy to see the guns this time their 25-pounders equipped with the latest-model flash eliminators lining the road leading to the de fensive line, ' Again they seem to love sites at angle to, or overlooking the road and its passing traffic. There must be more than coincidence in tne timing oi lire orders, btaruea TORONTO trpi jeep passengers sun get lutea iromrTault"ortheboss if ineir seats at ine oiasis. Ana tne The gyn fitter is Cpl. John Fenton R.CJE.M.E., Montreal. FIRST EQUIPMENT casualty at the front was a gun tractor driven by Gnr. Len Johann of Coaticook, Que. Johann was backing his tractor to service it after placing the gun wnen its right rear section went over a mine. No one was hurt but two wheels of the eight-wheel rear-traction assembly were blown off. two more were bent, both rear trans mission differentials were smashed and the body stove in. Practical minded Johann expanded the hole blasted by the explosion into a dug-out. which he shared with Gnr. Ken Campbell of Edmonton. gunners still dispense the same horse-laugh at the results. First guns fired were in the bat tery commanded by Maj. Sam Pinkerton of Hamilton. Forward observation officer was Capt. H. H. Baker while the gun that inaugurated the Korean story was commanded by Sgt. Harold Brummitt of Shilo, Man., and Vancouver. Brummitt's crew consisted of Bdr. Leo Longpre, Ottawa; LBdr. Austin Vickery, Joggings, N.S.; Gnrs. Gerald Brewster, Canning, N.S.: Joseph Wells, Montreal and Allan McMahon of Porquis, Ont. Castor: Clarence Fatten, Calgary: Charles Reach, Macleod; Robert Rich, Calgary; Knut Skarstol, Calgary; Frederick Storey, Empress. CLERICAL DIPLOMA Roger Lundgren, Innisfail. STENOGRAPHIC DIPLOMAS Shirley Baldwin. Bowness: Margaret Fawcett, Consort. CERTIFICATES Teresa Ballf. Delia: Donna Coover. Coutjs: Nina Fehr. Gienwood; Pierre Jar. Calgary: Barbara Murray. Calgary: Joy Murray, Calgary; Robert McGhee. Calgary. Frustration Claimed Boss's Fault jtfs the vou feel frustrated. It's his fault if you keep making the same mistakes all the tune. If he fires you for making mistakes, it's his fault too. W. F. McMULLEN of the personnel department of the Canadian General Electrjc Company today told delegates to the semiannual meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers many persons repeat their mistakes because no, one takes time to correct them. HE SAID it is management's duty to help a man and discuss his work with him regularly. He said: "There are cases where someone thinks they are going to have to discharge a man. Maybe he has been making the same mistake fcr years and yet no one took time to try to straighten him out. The final failure is ours, not his." Mr. McMullen said discussing a man's work with him will do much to reduce anxiety and un- i. ' ' " 7 Pi u - rry x 111 - Fv-( . - - . tij'itd list ,i?n, - ykc'r' u- ?f; ' yAlA t - H ' -r E ' " ' ' 4 I t? - I MANAGER C. C. McCARTNEY is shown raising the flag ot'a ceremony which marked the opening last week of Banff Springs hotel for the summer season. The ceremony was attended by a number of other hotel officials as well as representatives of the national parks and prominent Banff citizens. J. A. Hutchinson, superintendent of Banff National Park, headed the parks representation. Holding flag at left is assistant hotel manager, Ron Chatwin. certainty, will show him where he needs to improve, will give, him a chance to say what's on his mind and will get him to do a better job. Pancho Segura Tops Canadian Pro Tennis QUEBEC (CP) -Pancho Segura of Ecuador Monday night won the Canadian professional singles tennis championship with a 6-3, 10-12, 6-3, 6-3, decision over defending chatnpion Frank Kovacs of Oakland, Calif. Segura was top-seeded in he four-Say tournament with a field of 11 non-Canadian professionals. Kovacs was seeded second. Ascot Track Goes Double One Better ASCOT, England (AP) The Ascot race course will try out a daily 'treble" at the four-day Royal Ascot meeting opening today. The treble works just like the familiar daily double, except that it combines three races instead of two. Pari-mutuel tickets will sell for five shillings each. The track also will keep the daily double. No Production Boost Through Nationalization VICTORIA, B.C. (CP) - At-tdrney-Gcneral Gordon Wismer met with officials of the Horsemen's Benevolent, and Protective Association for two hours Monday but no agreement was reached in the purse dispute involving two Vancouver tracks. The horsemen are demanding $950 purse minimums at Lans-downe Park, where racing is scheduled to start June 20, and $1,000 minimums from Exhibition Park. The operators say they cannot pay more than $850. h pf EASILY, PLEASANTLY, WITH 'ri it '-Izr" """1, ( lQi N ' vw, mml 1 six Send today for pur copy of LETS PLAY SAFE SEIBERLING'S new safety booklet for pre-school age children. 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