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ness building, and faculty apartments were not vet in process. The
gymnasium would not be ready for at least fifteen months, and in
consideration of all these factors, the Board of Trustees rescheduled
the move for the summer of 1956. The delay was a disappointment,
but it also was met with relief. The new date was firm, and the
planning of all involved in the transfer could now go ahead with
conviction.
Before that epochal event could take place, however, Dr. Tribble
was to face difficulties of a kind he had never before encountered.
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