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SOCIAL STUDIES American History World History Geography Civics There was a time, perhaps, a long time ago, when we were fourth or fifth grad¬ ers, that green maps of the world with blue spots for oceans were unreadable pictures given by teachers to confuse us. At the same time, history dates which were memorized and promptly forgotten had no meaning. We could not as¬ sociate people and centuries and hap¬ penings,- there seemed to be too many things to learn about history, but not enough time to remember them all. But then one day, five or six years later, in a geography class perhaps, things sud¬ denly fell into place, and we knew. Things began to click, and our real learning of history began. The value of seeing what has gone before suddenly struck us, and it seemed only logical that we should delve into the past before taking up the present and speculating about the future. We found that all events are melted down into a solid path that leads backward into other worlds all the way to the beginning of recorded time.
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HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION The body is the dwelling place of the soul. But, by think¬ ing only in terms of the mind and the spirit, it is often easy to forget that our body is just as animalistic as a tiger ' s. It has cavities and bones and nodes that carry on specific natural functions. When the study of the mechanical workings of the body is undertaken, the relation between man and all of nature is evident. Man becomes just an¬ other animal when the human body is taken apart, and its human-ness forgotten. When we are turned out onto the feld or into the gym after such a study, we run to prove that we can and to show the wind that motion is our toy as well as his. We run and feel our muscles move, and we are as animalistic as a tiger, filled with the joy of the moving. We run because there is life within us and another day for living, and because we hold a new knowledge about ourselves. 102
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