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We Can-Will We?
NVe, the class of 1922, can be apostles of good health, and we will.
We can serve our fellowmen by disseminating the laws of .biologic living and
the principles of efficient eating.
God created man in his own image. Our bodies are divinely devised and
intricately constructed machines. Through dietary sins this image has been
weakened and has become easy prey to deficiency diseases and tuberculosis. Its
resistance to infection has been lowered and its stature stunted.
Dr. Kellogg says that appetite is nothing more or less than a disposition to
draw upon nature's storehouse for a new supply of living substance, and digestion
is that wonderful process by which foodstuffs are changed to blood and then to
living tissue. The need of the body for life-giving nourishment is all too often
met with indigestible, unwholesome, abominable rubbish.
We as dietitians and teachers should be able to intelligently feed the body,
to select chemically adequate and scientifically balanced diets.
We can strengthen the defense against disease and all other enemies of good
We can instill respect for the human body and appreciation for a properly
functioning digestive system.
We can materially increase the efficiency of the human race through
I Our preparation has been thorough. Through affiliation with the Sani-
tarium we have had unusual opportunities to observe nutritional experiments
and dietetic progress. The course of study has been wisely selected, carefully
arranged and ably taught by a proficient faculty. Much of the success and
many of the advantages of this school are due to the untiring efforts and broad
experience of our dearly beloved and highly esteemed Dean. To her we express
our sincere gratitude.
We would also pay a tribute of respect to the Superintendent of the
institution, whose splendid achievements and staunch principles have been a
constant source of inspiration. Dr. Kellogg is a world renowned physician,
surgeon, author and nutrition expert. The predominating purpose of his life
has been to ameliorate suffering and to teach his fellowmen how to live. With
divinely inspired vision, exhaustive research and extensive experiments he is
serving humanity and doing much for the betterment of the human race.
What are we going to do, girls,
With the years that are hurrying on?
Do we mean to begin, life's purpose to win,
In the freshness and strength of our dawn?
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"You pass through this world but once. Take it as you find it, but leave it
better," is a terse, significant statement. You have spent two years studying,
learning and preparing. Education is accompanied by responsibility. Proverbs
says, "Happy is the man that getteth .wisdom," and also, "If ye know these
things, happy are ye if ye do them." The value of our education will depend
largely on the use that we make of it.
We have a mission in life. With youth, strength, adequate preparation, a
high aim, noble purpose and impelling motive, there is no goal beyond our
reach nor prize impossible to attain. We can achieve some great and worthy end.
Our opportunities are unlimited. Everything in the world depends on
You have to think high to rise,
For out in the world we find,
Success begins with a fellow's will.
It's all in the state of mind.
Grenville Kleiser says, "Today a thousand doors of enterprise are open to
you, inviting you to do useful work. To live at a time like this is an inestimable
privilege, and a sacred obligation devolves upon you to mlake the right use of
"How can I make the most of my life? What is the highest aim that I can
set before myself as a life ambition? How can I make the world better for my
having lived in it?" These are questions we should ask ourselves.
Find out where you are going and then start. You will never get there if
you don't. '
Keep on studying. You have studied to prepare for your work, but when
work begins, study should not end. Your mental powers will atrophy, your
capacity for achievement will be limited, your career will be handicapped if you
fail to keep on studying.
Work. Work patiently. It takes God three months to make a squash, but
a hundred years to make an oak. Work cheerfully. To do good work you must
be interested in it. "Do what you are paid for and then some. It is the 'then
some' that gets your salary raised."
Select some worthy goal and progress towards it. There will be "Slough
of Despond," "Hills of Difficulty," "Giant Despair," and "Doubting Castle"--
but you will get there.
"There are thousands to say that it cannot be done,
There are thousands to prophesy failureg
There are thousands to point out to you one by one,
The dangers that wait to assail you.
But tackle the thing with a bit of a grin,
Take off your coat and go to it.
just start in to sing,
As you tackle the thing
That you want to get done,
And you'll do it."
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