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"Disturber and Dreamer, the Phillistines cried
When he preached an ideal creed,
Till they learned that the men who have changed the world
With the world have disagreed."
When the reforms he agitated have become accomplished factsg when
every child born in America has an equal chance in life, when woman
summoned into civil life and political equality has become a reality,
when the hands that create the wealth of the world control it, do you
think that then the name of the man whose lifework this was, will be
forgotten? The name of Wendell Phillips will be embalmed in our
memory for all time as the symbol of courage, progress and freedom!
-Paul Evans Peltason.
' .,.,.,,,,,,,, HOU noble hall of learning and of truth,
QQ 49? Fashioned by man and blessed of many a youth
Whose life, through years, has aided been by thee!
How many times before thee have I stood
ge V And viewed each tower with increased awe and love,
Thy stately form, thy quiet simplicity,
Thy beauteous colonnades, thy portals wide,
Through which each day pass many seeking light!
Surrounding all, thy lovely spreading green,
Brightened with flowers of varied form and hue
And casting shadows over street and walls,
Tall plumed trees grace thy magnificence.
Thy spacious halls, where throngs of maids and youths
Pass gaily to and fro, force one to think, ,
What doth the future hold in store for these?
When from these halls, forever, they depart,
To choose each one his lifels work to be done,
Many shall wisely choose, yet life for them
Shall not be one sweet song unto the end.
Their sorrows, of which all men taste a few,
Less bitter'll seem, when sweetened with the thought
Of work well doneg a life in service spent,
An aid to fellow meng a blessing to one's self!
Less fortunate shall many be, whose choice
Shall lead them into paths of life-long strife
Through thorny paths and mire of deep distress,
Some shall emerge with lives made true and strong,
Molded by nature's teacher, stern experience.