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Day Collegiate Schools
in co-operation with engineering
firms offers four year courses of
study leading to the Bachelor's
degree in the following branches
1. Civil Engineering
2. Mechanical Engineering
3. Electrical Engineering
4. Chemical Engineering
5. Administrative Engineering
The earnings of the students for
their services with co-operating
firms vary from S 250 to 3 600
For a catalog or any further
CARL S. ELL, DEAN
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
316 Huntington Avenue
confers the degree of Bachelor
of Business Administration in
1. Distribution Management
2. Industrial Management
0. Financial Management
Those who cannot pursue the
four year course may enroll in
the two year General Business
Curriculum leading to the Jun-
Progressive methods of instruct-
ion with opportunity for spec-
ialization train students for
For a catalog or any further
TURNER F. GARNER, Dean
School of Business Administration
316 Huntington Avenue
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onic citizen painfully conscious of Emerson's Law of Compensation.
It makes him know that for every crime. there is due punishment. Here,
indeed, is a lesson that once learned will go far toward making a truly
law-abiding citizen. Now, to say a word concerning democracy as a con-
dition in the majority of schools. In them, we find rich and poor, those
that are "snobbish" and those that aren't treated alike-all are required
to fulfil the same requirements. Consequently, although, it is true,
cliques and factions exist without the classroom, the. more wealthy-
wealth is generally the dividing line-find that their family riches avail
them nothing and similarly the poorer find no handicap in their poverty.
Thus it is that the school builds up the democratic and law-abiding cit-
izenry that is so essential for the perpetuation of the American repub-
lic, itself founded on law and democracy.
Mention has now been made of the knowledge and intellectual pow-
er that make the school graduate able to vote intelligently and to hold
office efficiently, mention has also been made of the spirit of democracy
and the respect for law indirectly fostered within our schools. In con-
cluding, then, a word should be said of the patriotism-the sheer love
of country-that the school helps so much to instill into the plastic minds
of the young. With its Memorial Day programs, holiday orations, patri-
otic addresses from leading citizens, the spirit of national loyalty is en-
kindled within them that can alone, when they are men and women, sus-
tain the nation convulsed with economic and military disorders. This
spirit enables them to be true citizens in the time of great need. In an-
other respect, then, the. school shows its worth in the building of a strong,
loyal, intelligent citizenry, and with this true-to revert to our opening
thought-America, with all her lofty aims, should live most abundantly
because her children give promise of living most abundantly, and in the
life of one is the life of the other.
What is Life?
A dance. I enter tripping gaily,
I skip, I bow, I smile,
I pause and listen to the waily
Music that doth beguile.
The dance goes on.
The music rushes, loudly stirs me,
I spring, I leap, I fly,
Forgot are worries, poor and petty,
Oh, God, now let me die!
The music stops,
Is gone. Can it now all be ended?
I try to bring it back,
Ah, try in vain, my joy is ended,
Has ceased-'tis Life I lack.
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