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Administrators Extend Friendly Advice
to Members of the Class of i942
HOWARD J. YEAGER, B. A., M. A.
I consider your high school education
worthwhile if you have learned how to think
clearly and how to keep your body fit for
your daily tasks. A disciplined mind dwells
in a healthy body.
The ancient Greeks and Spartans placed
a great deal of emphasis upon a perfect body.
Nature asks you to observe certain simple
health rules: rest, play, and work. These
must be balanced or you will pay the penalty.
It is regrettable that it takes a national
crisis to force into the foreground of our think'
ing the need for improving the fitness of our
boys and girls. Whose responsibility and
concern is the health of the boys and girls?
Is it the parents', the school's, the comf
munity's or does it rest with the individual?
The responsibility may be divided, but
I would like to impress upon you that you
owe it to yourself and to society to keep fit.
M ignuarci Cyeager
Anchors aweighl Each member of the
class of 1942 is embarking on an important
mission in life. What this mission is to be
has been determined by each one. This
decision determines the course to be followed.
We have spent four years in high school,
have been exposed to many subjectsg some
useful, others not, depending on how well
we have studied and how we will apply that
which we have learned. Knowledge is no
longer sufficient to reach our goal. Good
habits, real friends, ability to cooperate with
others, honesty, trustworthiness, ability to
determine values, ability to analyze situations,
and ability to adjust one's self to changing
societyethese are compass points to be used
in determining our course to success.
As we set out, let us determine upon a
coursefstraight and true. May the training
we have received enable us so to set our
sails that neither Wind, wave, nor currents
can carry us off our course.
Qiflen cg gills
ALLEN F. HELLER, B. S.