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DEAN ERIC XY. HARDX'
The two greatest questions that youth ever asks are these: "Is there a formula for success?"
"XVhat is success?"
The sublimest, and at the same time most challenging conception that can come to you, is
that you are a co-worker with God in doing the unfinished work of the world.If success means to
you to make your proper contribution to the ongoing of the Divine process of social better-
ment and redemption, and to come to the end with clean hands and a pure heart, then I dare
to record here my tormula tor success.
The only power that will ever redeem the world from error is the power of brains and
character. HE XVHO XVOULD ACHIEVE SUCCESS MUST NOT ONLY KNOW, BUT
BE. Through constant communion between the Divine and the human mind, we come to com-
prehend the rule of right, the symmetries of character, and the requirements of perfection.
And as we recognize that these are not mere provincialisms of this planet, but that they are
known among the stars, 1ife's vocation becomes clear, and we rise to the full dignity of man.
ERIC XY. HARDY.
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PRESIDENT -I. L. SKINNER
In this copy of the RAINBOW' will be found many pages which will, in years to come,
bring back to your mind sweet and fond memories of your school days at Old Richmond and
at Junior College. As you turn these pages now, and also in later liie, may I remind you
to think of the significance of the title of this book, "The Rainbow"-a symbol of promise,
with its five dominant colors, Red, Yellow, Green, Blue and Violet: blended by God into a match-
less creation of beauty.
In your life, may the Red be indicative of your Youthful Yigor, your Enthusiasm, your
Energy, your Self-Confidence: may the Yellow indicate your XYorth, your Strength of character.
your Stability: may the Green represent your continued Growth. your physical. mental and
moral Development: may the Blue stand for your Dependability and your Truth: while the Violet
will represent the sweet fragrance of your Love and your Service to your fellowmen. Then let
all of these attributes be blended into a matchless creation of a beautiful LIFE, and you will then
have been true to the principles of your Alma Mater.
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BOARD OE TRUSTEES 9'
BRYAN CCMIIIING . . . . . . . . . Presidcn! 0
LANDON THOMAS . . .... Viee President Q
NVARREN BOTHVVELL . . Sevretary and Treasurer 2
JOHN PHINIZJV E. C. B. DANFORTH. JR. 9
FERDINAND PHINIZY VV. BIONTGOMERY HA.RRISON
OFFICERS QE BOARD UF EDUCATION 2
FREEMAN C. RICCLURE . . . .... President 4
FRANK R. MILES . . . ..... Vive President
DR. LAWTON B. EVANS . Ser. and SIIIIII. of Schools
HIGH SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE COMMITTEE
MRS. R. C. BAILIE. Clzairznaaz MRS. JOHN XY. XVALKER
MR. H. L. BIURPHEY MR. J. E. DICKS
MR. R. F. AIOORE MR. J. T. FENDER
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