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2 TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL RECORD
to study regularly and efficiently. Many boys are under
the mistaken impression that they are working at their
highest peak while they are actually accomplishing next to
nothing. It is a very easy thing to attend classes each day
and study for two hours every evening, but how many of
the boys in the top forms at T.C.S. do this in a con-
scientious manner and try to absorb the maximum amount
of knowledge? Unfortunately, the answer is, very few.
To try to fool masters and other boys into thinking that
one is working a great deal is only a trick that will
eventually backfire. Every boy in the School should make
an honest appraisal of himself and discover if he is really
studying as much as he is capable of doing. It is only in
this way that he may check himself before it is too late.
Some may say that I am being entirely too critical of
the attitude towards work, but a person who is careless in
this respect is very apt to be careless in activities such as
sports, and in general character. The classroom is as
much a moulder of personality as is any part of School
life, and yet some boys consider it to be merely a place to
waste a part of each day. This should not be the attitude
in a school such as T.C.S., although it may only be pre-
valent amongst a small number of boys. Everyone must
strive to consider his studies seriously and at the same
time not to overlook other activities in the School. To
reach this "happy medium" is the road to a better school
spirit and school pride, and consequently to a better school.
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Trinity College School Record
VOL. 54 TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL, PORT HOPE, OCTOBER, 1950 NO. I
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF-E. B. Newcomb
LITERARY EDITOR-P. G. Martin SPORTS EDITOR-C. P. B. Taylor
NEWS EDITOR-P. R. Hylton FEATURES EDITOR-C. P. R. L. Slater
BUSINESS MANAGERS: ......................... G. K. Oman, F. J. Norman
FXSSISTANTS .......... R. Anderson, D. Crawford, H. G. Day, P. Denny,
M. C. dePencier, A. Dolph, W. G. Harris, R. M. L. Heenan, A. O.
Hendrie, R. T. C. Humphreys, P. S. Hunt, YV. R. Jennings, R. del.
Jackson, P. G. C. Ketchum, H. P. Lafleur, A. R. lVlcKim, N. M. Sengram,
C. O. Spencer, D. H. Stewart.
'TYPISTS ........ B. XV. Maclnnes fl.ibrarianJ, T. Arklay, D. E. Nlacliinnon,
P. A. Davis.
ILLUSTRATIONS .............. ...... ................ A . C. A. Adamson
'TREASURER .............. .... A . H. N. Snelgrove. Esq.
MANAGING EDITOR .. ........ A. I-I. Humble, Esq.
The Record is published five limes .1 year in the months of October, Decenner
February, April and Iuly.
Authorized as Second Class Nlail, Post Office Department, Ottawa.
During the past few years there has been the rather
unfortunate attitude amongst the senior forms of Over-
looking school work in favour of finding more enjoyable
Ways to pass the time. I do not say that too much em-
phasis has been placed on sports, for that is not the -case
at T.C.S. It is simply that many boys devote hours of
study time to doing absolutely nothing. The Senior Matri-
culation year is perhaps one of the most diflicult and try-
ing of a boy's schooling, and for that very reason it should
be the year in which a maximum effort is exerted by the
student. It is naturally diflicult in October and November
to think of exams that do not come until June, and con-
sequently this time of year is the most difficult in which
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The Call of God
On Sunday evening, September 24, our new Chaplain,
Canon Lawrence, gave his iirst address in chapel. He
chose for his text, Luke 6 v. 28: "And he left all, rose up,
and followed Him". The setting was laid in Capernaum
through which all the caravans had to pass in order to go
through the customs. This was a favourite meeting place
of the townspeople, as in those days there was no means
of obtaining news other than by word of mouth.
As there were no wars in any part of the world at
that time to hold the attention of the people, they were
forced to talk of matters of local interest. One such bit
of gossip concerned a carpenter from Nazareth who had
come to Capernaum and had performed many deeds of
healing the sick and teaching a doctrine which pleased the
people but annoyed the local authorities.
This piece of gossip also concerned the local ta:c-col-
lector who, as tax-collector, should have been considered a
social outcast. Levi, however, was very happy, he had
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