A memory submitted by Joseph Layman, Class of 1966

I had two favorites. One was Mr. Melvin Riley who taught accounting. One day he had asked my father who was in town and ran a manufacturing business to address the class. I was running late and grabbed my wallet which was my other wallet because I didn’t have time to look for the one I usually used. My father asked for my wallet for part of his demonstration. When he opened it up a moth flew out and the whole class roared. Mr. Riley defended me the rest of the term.

The other was Dr. Bowles who taught Labor Law. He always made what would normally have been a dry subject into a humorous course. He was great.