During the past two days we have been reviewing and reliving fifty years of Forestry at Iowa State College. We have brought into focus the influence which the school has had on the lives of each of us. vVe have renewed our acquaintance with a campus of outstanding beauty and inspiration. All of us have thrilled to the clear tones of the Campanile in the Indian Summer dusk, the c1ystal sharp morning after a dawn's ice-storm, the crunch of snow as impatient feet beat a path to the girls' dormitories on the eastern knoll and the peal of the Victory Bell following a football game.
"A MAN AND HIS SCHOOL,"
Ames Forester: Vol. 42
, Article 6.
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