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Page 8 text:
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The Bootrd oi
BCAIQD Cl LDUCATICIXI Education, is
chctrged W 1 t h
the responsibility oi determining the generdl policies
under which the public schools ctre operdted. lt is
composed oi public-spirited citizens who gre Willing
to serve loyotlly gnd iotithiully Without remunerottion.
Since they hotve the importotnt totsla ot providing
educottion tor boys otnd girls, they hdve one oi most
vitctl functions ot dny governmentotl otgency. The pdst
eight yedrs hotve been ditiicult otnd trying but our
Bodrd oi Educcttion hcts not ilinched. They hctve kept
the district iinotnciotlly sound dnd dpproved policies
for its torwdrd progress. Tectchers College congrcttu-
lottes the Boctrd oi Educcttion for its meritorious service.
LUDWICK GRAVES --- ........... ...,.-. P resident
ANNETTE MOORE ...... .... V ice-President
GEORGE C. TTNKER .... -,,.- S ecretqry
C. W.' ALLENDOEREER --- --- Tredsurer
MRS. FRANK E. DORSEY
IRA S. GARDNER '
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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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Teachers College is rich in tradition
and accomplishment. lt is the out-
come of many fine contributions by
many fine people. Worthwhile insti-
tutions are built in this way. lt is
not fine in a material sense but
rather in a spiritual sense. Material
things crumble and decay but those
of the spirit are eternal. They grow
finer with the passing of years and
are handed down from generation
to generation. They serve as an in-
spiration to the new student and a
source of satisfaction and pride to
the graduate. Sometimes we work
so close to the institution that we
fail to appreciate its strength and
virtues and it is only in retrospect president L C. Bond
that we appreciate its true signifi-
You have had an important part in accomplishing and maintaining its
excellent record. The same ideals of loyalty, devotion and achievement
which you have developed in the college will accompany you in all
your undertakings and to any institution in which you may serve.
The chief business of education is to equip you with those habits, attitudes
and ideals which will help you to adjust to the world in which you live.
ln so doing it should enable you to obtain the greatest measure of satis-
faction and happiness for yourself and for those with whom you associate.
These habits, attitudes and ideals emerge as a result of four years'
association with your fellow students and faculty members. lt is said
that in a large institution the student goes through college but in a small
institution the college goes through the student. lf this be true you are
having a maximum opportunity for growth and development. During
your college career l hope you will develop a philosophy of life. lt is
quite essential to your happiness. lt will come as o: result of much living
and experience. lt will help you to make the most of your opportunities,
and to live courageously, with kindness and consideration of others. ln
helping others you develop strength. Perhaps the following quotation
from William l-lenry Channing entitled Ulvly Symphony" will help you.
"To live content with small means, to seek elegance rather than luxury,
and refinement rather than fashion, to be worthy, not respectable, and
wealthy, not rich, to study hard, think quietly, talk gently, act frankly,
to listen to stars and birds, to babes and sages, with open heart, to bear
all cheerfully, do all bravely, await occasions, hurry never. ln a word, to
let the spiritual, unbidden and unconscious, grow up through the com-
mon. This is to be my symphony."
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