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'TT MR. REUBEN R. PALM, M. A.
MR. G. V. KINNEY, PH. B.
The Serious Business of Education
TO THE average pupil a school is not successful unless the lootball and basketball teams
have been consistently victorious and the declamatary contestants have placed high in their
field Underneath all this superstructure at extrarcurricular activities, however, the toundation
consists ot that good, solid bed-roclq ot the acquisition ot knowledge.
Let us see iust how much time the average course requires during tour years at high
school, First, everyone takes tour years ot English. He spends one hour a day, tive days a
week, thirty-six weeks in a year on that subject, or seven hundred and sixty hours. A two-
year toreign language course demands three hundred and sixty hours at school time The same
amount ot time is spent on vocational subjects. To all this he adds one thousand and eighty
spent on social science, history and perhaps chemistry, physics, and biology. To this grand total
ot two thousand eight hundred and eighty hours we must add the hours devoted to preparatory
The benefit derived tram a hlgh school education comes from the tact' that the pupils
mind has been trained and thus he is better titted to tace the world. Another real value ot
education lies in the background and tastes which it attords its possessor. Financial earnings
must also be reckoned, An eighth grade graduate averages 35OO a year over a period ot torty
years, in the same length ot time a high school graduate averages Sl ,OOO a year, The realization
of this tact has evidently become widespread because the number at pupils in attendance in
high schools has increased tour hundred per cent in the last twelve years,
It becomes easily apparent that a high school education is a foundation upon which
the boys and girls ot the present day can build their hopes lar the future and their dreams-
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Class , Poem
We have sailed the waters, comrades,
We are nearing cherished shores,
Every foresail, every square-sail,
Every man, and all our oars
Strained to meet the wind and waters,
Till we've reached the final shores.
Now the longed for land is sighted
And the crew sings loud its praise,
All unmindful in its ardor
Soon shall end the happy days
When we sailed the seas of knowledge,
Happy inlets-pleasant bays.
The coast is low and level, mates,
The banks are fresh and green,
The trees are filled with blossoms white,
The flowers bloom between.
'Tis thus we come to anchorage
lvlidst springtime's joyous scenes.
Let us pause now and consider
When we've stored away our sails,
Shall we keep the gallant spirit
That conquered former gales,
And sail on thru the seas of life
With heart that never quails?
Shall we keep the flag we sailed with,
The silver and the blue,
In honor of our trusty ship,
In memory of our crew,
To guide us thru the mists of time
To keep us gay and true?
-Russell Farrell '33
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He is a man after his own heart.
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