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A Forward Look
"For men may come and men may go, But I go on forever."
An organization is composed of individuals-not one individual. A school is con-
stituted of students, instructors and officials. But as the brooks sing out in Tennyson's
poem., "Men may come and men may go, But I go on for ever", so with an institution.
Students came and tarry for a period of years-and are gone. Instructors come and
work and co-operate-and are gone. Officials come, spend midnight oil in behalf of
the institution-and are gone. Still the institution stands.
But as each comes and goes, he makes his contribution. The student leaves with
the desire to iniiuence others to attend his Alma Mater. The instructor brings new
ideas and assimilates them so as to make a stronger institution. The oHicials, whether
it be the president or some member of the board of trustees, have the work at heart,
and earnestly try to advance the school to a higher standing than ever before. All
this work is done-not for self-glory or praise-but for the institution.
We feel that such has been the work accomplished this year as well as the plans
for the future.
Improvements in the Science department were made this year, upon the recom-
mendation of the State Board of Education of Indiana. These changes were necessary
in order to be accredited in the science courses.
At the last meeting of the State Board of Education of Indiana, action was taken
relative to the improvements made in the science department. A letter which Dr. C. A.
Mummart received from the State Director of Teacher Training implies further action to
be taken. The letter follows: "You are accredited in Science, Option I, for Biology
and Chemistry. An extension of accreditment to Options II and IV would involve ad-
ditional accreditment of five hours in both Biology and Chemistry. I shall undertake to
visit your school soon. If the recommendations made by Dr. L. J. Rittger have been
met, it is quite possible that you will be eligible for the additional accreditme-nt."
The changes which were made, consisted in moving the chemistry laboratory from
the basement of the administration building to the second floor of the heating plant.
The biolological laboratory, which was located on the second floor of the heating plant,
was changed to the administration building.
The old science room on the first floor of the main building and the basement room
directly beneath have been arranged for the Biological laboratories. The basement
room was replastered and painted, and a new cement floor was laid. Both rooms were
equipped with laboratory tables, water connections and other necessary accessories.
The Chemistry department now occupies the entire second floor of the heating
plant. Partitions were constructed, making five rooms-an office, a lecture room, two
laboratories and a stock room. Tables and other necessary equipment were provided.
The one room will accommodate a class of sixteen, the other room being for advanced
chemistry, will accommodate a class of twelve. Improvements were also made in the
lavoratorics in the basement of the administration building.
A number of volumes have been added to the library this year. Some few books
were donated, but for the most part, they have been purchased from the library fund.
A total number of one hundred and sixty-seven, pertaining to the field of Education,
Literature, Philology, History, Psychology, Economics, Religion, Mathematics and
Useful Arts have been added to the bookshelves.
The reading table is supplied with more than thirty of the leading magazines and
periodicals as well as the daily newspapers.
Plans have also been outlined for improvements in the library. The practical
operation of the plans as outlined depends upon the response of the church to the
"College Cash Day." The plans as outlined would make the present library a reading
room only, using the basement room directly beneath for the book stacks. The plan
would permit the addition of more books without crowding the stacks, and would also
eliminate the overcrowded condition of the present library.
The board of trustees should be complimented for the progressive attitude and
spirit which they possess as manifested by these changes and plans for the future.
Members of the board who are now serving are: Bishop W. E. Musgrave, Hunt-
ington, Indianag Bishop E. B. Griffin, Modesto, California, Bishop F. L. Hoskins,
Myrtle, Idahog Rev. J. E. Harwood, Huntington, Indiana, Rev. C. H. Slusher, Warren,
Indianag Dr. C. A. Mummart, Huntington, Indiana, B. J. Hazzard, Blissfield, Michi-
gang Wm. C. Galbraith, Rugby, Indiana, and Glenn G. Gideon, Payne, Ohio.
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