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Time marches onl Yes, time has
marched on ancl is still marching onl
We olo not Want to spencl too much
time looking back, since a forward look is much more
inspiring. Yet, We cannot fully appreciate that which
is to come Without realizing what has gone before. lt
is the purpose of the Ye Peclagogue of l938 to help
show you this founclation, to help you recall a moment
or incident that brought you happiness and inspira-
tion, to help you realize the Worthwhileness and
potentialities of the future. All these We hope to ac-
complish, but our most sincere aim is to bring you
pleasure. lt is your school ancl your boolc. We hope
it pleases youl Y
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The dedication of the Ye Pedagogue of
1933 goes not to one person but to many
C to the many who through the last twenty-
seven years have made Teachers College what it is todayg to
those who through hard work have brought it from a one-year
teacher-training institution to a fully accredited teachers college.
ln an evolving civilization, society does not tolerate static institu-
tions and so ours has moved forward.
We all have heard the story of our college's humble beginning:
of Miss Gertrude E. Green whose achievements were inspired
by her high idealsg of our past presidents, Mr. Deputy, who came
to us in 1915 and Mr. Hotchkiss in 1919. Perhaps we do not
hear so much of their contributions but we do know that "as the
twig is bent so is the tree inclined." We all knew Mr. Diemer, our
president from 1925 to 1937. We are now benefiting from his tire-
less efforts in developing a four-year system, a personal guid-
ance program, and many other modern trends.
But that is all in the past, we are living in a dynamic world and
must progress. So, when we returned to the halls of our beloved
alma mater in the fall of 1937, we found waiting us, a new presi-
dent-a president full of new hopes, ideals and ambitions-Mr.
1. C. Bond.
Twenty-seven years in the life of an institution is but a brief span
of time. Teachers College is still youngl May the future years
bring as much progress and happiness as the past has brought.
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