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A Message to the Class of 1937:
Ahead of each of you lies a long search for the Golden Fleece. There are
Jasons among you, and Medeas to help the Jasons. Atalante, cousin of jason, is
here too. He, you remember, was a winner of races fwho chose finally to be
diverted by a golden applej. There are ahead of you Scylla and Charybdis and
Symplegades, the clashing islands. It is not always possible to evade difficulties.
May you be fortunate enough to meet along the journey a sage or two whose
experience will help you chart your course, and may you ever be conscious of "a
power outside ourselves that makes for righteousness."
Humans may be divided into two classes-the learners and those who think
they are educated. The learners do not stop growing because some institution has
awarded them a piece of paper. They find creative recreation for their leisure
time, they read good booksg they enjoy intelligently the radio, screen, and stageg
they follow the newsg they try to avoid prejudice, they work for justice and a
better social order-in other words, they live "the good life."
My farewell wish to you of the Class of 1937 is that you may continue ever
to be learners, and that you may find the golden Heece of happiness.
DORIS P. MERRILL.