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MR. AND lVlRS.rl1ERRII.,L
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HE founders of the Terrill School can not be too highly
praised for her lofty standing. The majority of the pres-
ent students of the school can not realize thisg to them
Mr. Terrill is, regrettably, only a little man who comes to the
games and yells mightily, and otherwise demonstrates an infinite
depth of feeling for the schoolg and Mrs. 'lierrill is only a quiet
lady who appears once or twice the year about school and raises
great excitement and great joy in the breasts of the few who
knew her. These few know and understand how the Terrills
planned and built this school so well that hands other than their
own have carried it o11 just as effectively as theirs did. And of
the students who came directly under their infiuence, most leave
this yearg but the work of the Terrills, this school, is a lasting
monument to them.
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MESSRS. M. B. AND R. H. BOGARTE
Ehiz Eferrill Svrhnnl nf Gbursa
Thc olil poem that says, "Great onlfs from Iitrlf- acorns grow."
may certainly he well applied to thc 'l'crrill School, for it is our priile
that this institution was founileil hut liftccn short years ago in a harn.
Vile like to recall those flays of olel anil their accompanying struggles:
we know that the first year especially was a struggle between life ancl
rleath, anil life won! Since then we have proycil ever-victorious, until
our reputation has spreafl over Texas anal we are aeknowleflgeil leail-
ers ill all lines ol' preparatory school enilcavor.
'l'crrill stanxls for all that is manly anil sportsinanlike. We have
always stoorl for llllS,l.1'OlIl the time thc school was founflefl, anil never
have we allowcil our ideals to be lowcrenl. Nor shall we ever allow
such a thing as long as we maintain our school spirit. Terrill is notcrl
for this "inelelinahle S0l11Etl1ll1f,I,M known arounrl school as the Wllerrill
spirit." Hur representatives, hoth in athlcties anfl in every other school
activity, arc full to the hrim of this spirit. It pervafles the atmosphere
aml gets into the hloocl of all that stay arounwl the school for any
length of time. It is this that contrihutcs no mean share of the power
that carries us from victory to victory, not only in inter-school eon-
tests, hut in that other and greater fluty of a school: to make strong-
hlooflecl American men of American boys.
Vlfhen Mr. Terrill solrl the school to Messrs. M. B. anfl R. Il.
Bogartc, there were pessimists who prerlictcfl that it was the emi for
Tcrrill, or, at hesl, the school would have to take a seconml place. But
these prophets ol' woe provefl to he false. They haul not learnecl what
men thc liogartes are. Mr. Terrill hail, however, anfl since then his
juclgmcnt has hcen vinmlicaterl time anil again. 'l'crrill has gone march-
ing along, scncling out just as fine men as ever into the worlfl. May
her future he even greater than her past.
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