We, the students of this campus, find it fitting and iust to dedicate this publication of the 1957 ELMS to a man who is well-known both to faculty and students. His service hos been known in many fields, both locally and nationally. To enumerate them would be difficult, but to mention a few, there ore the services in education, ath– letics, coaching, V.M.e.A., boys' camps and Boy Scouts, a background of seventeen years of service in his country's armed forces accompanied by a Presidential citation for outstanding service in ,the China-Burma-India Theatre, mem– bership in organizations, publications and public relotions. We know him on campus for his flne work in athletics as a coach t instructor and booster of morale and interest. He will always -greet you with a smile and a hello that means more than a thousand words. We dedicate this book to a man whose character is highly respected by students and colleagues. His enthusi– astic teaching inspires students to do their best and- makes them want to learn. As a director of athletics, -he not only had winning teams, but molded the character of many . . . loyalty, responsibility, and to show how a common purpose can win over selfishness. Warm understanding and un– limited patience mark him as a friend of young and old. His sense of humor is known to everyone. Thus by this act of our appreciation of your outstanding service to us, we salute you •• • our own COACH- HUBE COYER. Ed Kostuk Editor


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