"My dear Brother:
Would you like to forget some of your own problems for a few moments this spring morning and share some of mine? At this point in the history of the University we are confronted with a situation which has already caused hours of debate. We have accepted almost 900 students for the fall semester of 1956. Many others had to be turned away. You can readily understand that this number crowds our facilities beyond the point of maximum comfort — and they are still coming in..."
Kretzmann, O.P., "May 1956" (1956). Campus Commentary. 35.