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C) grey walled Temple! on the broad highway Where busy throngs pass by thee night and day, Like Wisdom fair of old thou cricst out.
"Come hither! cat my bread, my mingled wine Most freely drink, and it shall come about Thou shah find treasure, than the ruddy shine Of rubies ehoiccr or than much fine gold."
So call’st thou, and thy doors arc open wide. Cathedral portals that in daylight bold Or in the silent night have ne’er denied An entrance to one seeking soul.
O Temple’s blessed gates,
A longed-for goal.
A Titan spirit pulses through thy halls,
A spirit of endeavor, ruthless, strong.
It urgent drives to onerous tasks that throng.
Or on the work with vigorous onslaught falls.
Cyclops it forms at learning’s forge—they blow The bellows, make the anvil ring, complete The task; then gain they rest well-earned and sweet, And honor, when abroad their work they show. Fierce burning endeavor.
Possess us forever.
Here justice with her calm deep eyes unbound.
Gives equal chance to all—nor creed nor race Nor sex availeth aught—and should the base Desire a guerdon, those clear eyes can sound Their depth of infamy—but to the strong.
The true, she giveth crowns of grace and long Sweet thoughts of bloodless victory and hope With fiercer foes in other fields to cope.
Just dues she never fails To give with equal scales.
Thine altars glow with fiery hearts that pour Sweet clouds of incense forth up to the skies In aspirations for that best bright prize,
A character well-rounded, fit the sore Complaints of suffering to soothe, or 'mid The great to adorn high places of the earth.
Such broodings arc not stifled in their birth But cherished and deep in sweet silence hid.
Bring forth rich fruits From spreading roots.
O sun. that nourishest the kindly earth.
Pour down thy beams on Temple, for like thee.
She brings the hidden seeds of life to birth.
O stars, that guide the sailor o'er the sea,
On whom the Magi gazed with wond’ring eyes.
Shine bright on Temple, for in her. too. lies The power of direction—O Most High,
Omnipotent 1 bless Temple 1 pass not by Thine handmaid, on thine arm may she rely.
Patterned like thee.
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Page 10 text:
Mr. Giduon President
Miss Van Ruskirk Treasurer
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