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Never was the worldis challenge to responsible youth so inviting as it is
today. Its doors to careers of honor and service open upon opportunities of
the magnitude and quality which strong men and women always crave. Be-
cause the task is so difiicult and the issues at stake so important, the call that
comes is for the very best young men and women of our generation.
The spirit of unrest and revolt among the great masses of people today
has in it an element of promise. For dissatisfaction with things as they are
is the first step toward making them as they should be. We are living in an
age of action. With indifference and inaction we can never build a better
world. There must be the urge to work-not at industrial tasks alone, but
at tasks of heart and brain as well.
The class of 1935 has a definite share of the world's work to do. Accord-
ingly, the ministry of education, the ministry of preaching, the ministry of
medicine, the ministry of music, the ministry of publication, the ministry of
social service, and all the many other vocations, present themselves for our
choice. Somewhere there is a field of endeavor in which each one of us can
attain to the highest success, experience the greatest satisfaction, and render
the largest service.
To find our place in the work which is to be done is important. The
question of the right vocation is a serious one. Few mistakes have more
tragic consequences than the mistake of choosing a wrong career. To miss
one's calling tends later in life to cause disappointment and dissatisfaction,
and these are sure to minimize efficiency and to magnify discontent.
Our prayers and hopes are with all the members of our school who
struggle courageously to sustain and further the honor of our beloved institu-
tion, who give themselves to the building of a better civilization, and who
feel the urge of some commanding task that in the years to come may lift
them to places of eminence and renown.
ROBERT N. COALE
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