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r Vol xxiv No 53 DeLand Volusia County Florida 1 + Friday December 31 l 1909 Stoo per IY Year r
DeLand has been overflowing olrf1owin g will kithtellchl15 willteachers withteaclwrs
teachers school officers county count v superintendents super superintendents superI
intendents intenll nts and prominent prom itlln t educator educatorsfrom educatorfrom l hlcatorsI
I from rom all points of Florida Flol lla this week weekThey welkThe weekThey
I They The came from from Pensaeola in droves drovesfrom 1tOes 1tOesronl hoesfront
from Palm Beach Miami and f Ke KeWest ty ty1Vcst Y YWest >
West They hey filled our hotels boarding boardinghouses hoalltinhOllSlS boardinghouses
houses and private homes The town towtwas townwaH tnuntttrnc1
was turned over to them on theirarrivaland their theirarrival theilnrrialnttll
nrrialnttll arrival and everythiiig l < Iythill we had I t1 ha habeen has hasbeen 1i t tbeen >
been theirs theirsHacks thli theirsBacks rs rsHncks
Hacks autos and carriages met the thevisitors thevisitors thevisitors
visitors at the tl1 < Demand station and tit titOrange atOranc ettOrtunge
Orange City Cit and took them them to headclalrtcrs head headquarters hlmdquartlr
quarters where Iw re they thc were registered registeredand ILgistercIland
and then tl1 < n sent to their various stopping stoppingplaces stoppingplaccs stoppingplaces
places during durin the th session sessionPUBLIC slssionPUBLIC sessionPUBLIC
The first public meeting n < eting was held a athe at atthe atthe
the autorium Tuesday fulsI night t when ad addresses alldr ttddresses
dresses dr ssl of welcome were lre delivered ckli crlll am amthe and andthe andthe
the city cit and all therein was formally formalKturnedover formallvturned formallyturned
turnedover turned over to the teachers for their theituse theiIuse theirttse
use and enjoyment The program con consisted consisted coilsiStC1 ¬
sisted of ofMusic ofllIsicOrgan of1lttsieOrgan
Music llIsicOrgan Organ and orchestra orchestraInvocation orchestraInocationJl orchestraiiiVcae8t1011Rey
InocationJl Invocation Rev Chas M Ferran FerranAddress FerranAlhlrcs FerranAddtcs5
Address of Welcome on behalf of ofVolusia ofV ofVolusin
Volusia V County CutmtVSupt Supt Botts NottsAddress BottsAlhlrcsH BottsAddress
Address of Welcome lomc on n behalf of the theCity tillCit theCity
City Cit of DeLand Dlland11IlIle 1k made by hv Prof A LL L LL I IL
L Suhrie for Mayor Iaor Wood WoodAddress WoodAIlt1rc 1VoodAddress
Address s of Welcome on behalf of ofStetson ofStetHon ofStetson
Stetson UniversityPresident University tJ ni Cr it President PIe ilnt Lincoln LincolnIlulley I LincohnlItillc in coin coinHulle
Hulle lItillcVocal Ilulley HulleVo
Vocal Vo nl Solo SoloMiss Miss tis Lena Conkling ConklingAnnual ConklingAnnual ConklingAnnual
Annual HtcrlsProf address Prof F AHatha AHathaway A ILtthaWay Hatha HathaWa ¬
way Wa president of the State Teachers TeachersAssociation rcachclsAssociation achcls achclsA
Association Associationlion A Association1Irn111 s ocin t io n nlion
lion 1Irn111 W M 1 liolloway Iiollowl l State superin superintendent superintendent mpcrintelHknt ¬
tendent was down for forlI an n addressbut addressbutMr ullllrls hut hutMI but1t
Mr 1t r liolloway I1olloa teas w lS > s in n Charlotte Nattending N C Cattending CI
I attending the tl e annual meeting of the theSouthern theI theSouthern
I Southern Educational tl Association As odation andwas and andwas anelI
I was unable to be present at the first of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the session sessionPresident ses scsslonPresident ion ionJ
President J > A l A Mttrphree was also alsoon alsoon alsoOn
on the th program pln rnm for an address but thenight the thenight tIt tItnight <
night train was a three hours late andfir and andMr IInllMr
Mr Mttrphree was also alsentaptain absent absentCaptain ahsentCaptain
Captain Lynch of Gainesville waSw was wascalled wasW
W called on and 1111 nuule a splendid address addressalong allehlSsCllol1g addressalong
along the same lines pursued in n the theeducational thlerhllational theelncllini
educational tl rally rall conducted through throughout thlI1thout ¬
out the State the th past two months monthsThe InrnthThc lltonthsthe
The meeting was presided over with withdignity withdignil withcligttity
dignity by 11 Prof Thco rhen1 D Cull principal principalof
of the DeLand high hi h school and chair chairman dldrmm chtiititli
man of the local committee Theanditoriuai The Theauditorium Ihlmulitol
auditorium mulitol ul11 was filled with the charming charmingsehoolmarms charmingsehoolmlmii charmingschl0ulntarms
sehoolmarms and school officials from fromall 110111nil Ifnniiall
all over the Stale StaleThe StateI
I The 111 < event of the evening lI1ing was Superin Superintendent Super Superintendetlt l1 l1tlnctellt ¬
tendent Bolts address tvl which ehi was in a avery alI ayer
yer very lI happy hapl vein and made all look lookpleasant 1001plltlsmt lullplclisant
pleasant please pleaseDr pkascDr pk tsc tscDr
Dr Hullcys Address of Welcome WelcomeDr WelcomDr
Dr Ilulley tIlllle read read his address 1 < 111rcsii which tchichteas whichwas whichwa
was carefully a rdllll prepared and very very CI com comprehensive comJlr coilprchensivC ¬
prehensive Jlr < hen l The address < in full follows followsTeachers followsleaehcrs ollowsTeaehlrs
Teachers of Florida Ladies and andGentlemen andGentlenivn 1111 1111GentJ
Gentlemen GentJ < mn On behalf of John B BStetson BStltSOI1 13Stetson
Stetson University Un ersit I extend to to you yott ou a awelcome awelcome awclcone
welcome to the University tJil ersit buildings huilllil g to tothe tothl tothe
the campus and to all that we have haveYou huwYOI1 haveYOU
You are the guests of honor first of all allof allof allof
of the City Cit of DeLand You are also alsothe alsothe alsothe
the guests gue ts of honor of this institution of oflearning oflearning oflearning
learning The welcome extended e telHled to toyou toyou toyou
you at this time is hearty hcart and sincere sincereand sinccrland sincereattd
and universal We all leel fed lhatit lhatitis that it itis itis
is a welcome due to you vou All the citi citizens citi7enS < iti itizens ¬
zens and all the university uniersit people have havecombined hawcombined havecombined
combined and I11 have worked earnestly earnest to tomake tomake tomake
make you ou feel welcome on the occasion occasionof occasion occasionof
of this educational meeting meetingTUB
Our welcome is all the more cordial cordialbecause cordialbecause cordialbecutse
because of o the noble profession which whichyou whilhyou whichyou
you represent re present We l magnify your call calling callmg calling ¬
ing It is of God You teachersjirc teachersjircthe teacl1 teachers < rs arc arcthe arcthe
the missionaries of o the Gospel of Edu Education Educution lidscation ¬
cation You have been een sent into all allparts allparts allparts
parts of o this beloved state to teach light lightand li lightand ht htnnd
and life lif and love to the children and to tothe tothe tothe
the youth The Master before you ou wasa was
a teacher and as the disciples sat at athis athis athis
his feet llt and listened to his words so sothe sothe sothe
the children of your your Our schools sit at atvour atvour atyour
vour feet and listen to your 0111 words wordsYour wordsVuur worlsour
Your our are working on the fleshly fl slily tablets tabletsof tabletsof ablelHof
of immortal souls Because ot your yourcalling yourcalling our ourcntling
calling therefore we make this welcome welcomeall wl onw onwnit
all the more hearty heart and unanimous unanimousCOLA lI1ulninHJlIiiCOI
W The university mlitcrsit I1 ersit welcomes Volt as co colaborers colahorers colaborers
laborers in the great work of of educating educntiii1and educatingand edueatinland
and uplifting the minds of o the tll < youth youthYour youthYoulschools youthYour
Your Youlschools schools and and our school have ha e much muchin muchin muchin
in common They The are schools of ofmoral ofmoral ofmoral
moral and intellectual things They Theynre I Theyarc hoy hoyarc
arc the rallying points along with the thechurches thechurches thechurches
churches in every eer community of all that thatis thatis thatis
is best in our c civilization tization relating to toeducation toeducation toeducation
education and and religion reli ion We who are aredoing arcdoing aredoing
doing college work arc bound to you youwho youwho youwho
who are doing grade gra e work by h by all the thebonds thebonds thebonds
bonds of a common fellowship m in the thepursuit thepursuit thepursuit
pursuit of o kindred ideals Brothers Brothersand Brothersnnd Brothersanl
and sisters you oU are in the same calling callingand callingnnd callingand
and on that account we bid you thrice thricewelcome thlicewelcome thricewelcome
welcome to these buildings which hich have havebeen h hbeen havebeen
been consecrated in the name of o the theMaster theMaster theMaster
Master to serve the same glorious pur purA purrose purpose
A M cs schools schoolst MnnlC MnnlCpeople
pose that you ou arc serving in your
rose It t is sometimes thought th that t college calicHepeople collegepeople
people are not in sympathy wit with pu public hc I
school sl lto1 people but such is not the case cutSetehvre casewhere ase asewhlrl
where a proper Coiled conception tion exists l i t of the thework tillwOlk thetyurk
work of both It is a good onll thing thin that thatwe thatWl thattee
we can coim together to to find this out outIn oulIn outn
In n these tlt < c meetings rnll lillgo we find the tlt same Stl111llllI Stl111llllIl levellfe level levelWe
We l learn that our hearts beat in unison unisontogether IIn unisontogetltcrthat iion iiontOWtltlI
together togetltcrthat that the tliesunc same spirit Jirit should in inform infOl111 infornl ¬
form all the work of teiehing l to < iching Ilhin that thatevery thatllI thatleCrv
every llI teacher tl alhlI is to be estimated bv bvworth h hi hiwOIth hiworth
worth as an a1 individual and a 11 1 not by iI a ascale acall ascale
scale of higher or 01 lower kinds of to teach teaching lcillling ih ihing ¬
ing Our deserts depend on 1u how w much muchwe 111Ulhwc uuihtee
we are worth as men and women apart apartfrom apartfro111 8pnrtfront
from our teaching telthin to tchimig as Influences in i in t out outcommunities 0111l0111mllnitils
communities communitiesAS 2 iilIi1tlllitlSAX
I AS ti tNDKKIAID L i ulAln IUorissloN IUorissloNWe IItlIIs + 510X 510X11b
I We welcome WlcOI1IL you VOllto to the university tl1 till ersity lIsit at atthis atthis
this time til11 mindful of o the fact thai your yourprofession your yourProfession Oll1 Oll1plOfession
profession while hill one of the noblest nohll t is isone isolle isout
one of the underpaid professions plIJfl S lllls ami amithat alii 8111that 1 1that
that all of us by 1 our love of the tIt < children childrenhave lIJiIlrcnIta childrenhave
have Ita C been putunder Ill put t under UIII IlI obligation ohligat iOIl to you youWhat yout 011 011hat
What t hat would ollid our towns be ilhout withoutour withoutourpreachers our ourplcacl1lls ourpremicher5
preachers and our teachers who engage engagein ln agl
in 11 the blessed ministry millistl tr of healing IlLaIi11l IlLaIi11lLllncl Lllncl Lllnclhllpinl and andhelping andhelping
helping the souls of their tll < ir fellowmen fellowmenThe flllIJ111nTIll fellatenieiiThe
The Great Int Teacher aLillr did not work for forwages fO fOwaglS fortvnges
wages He put Himself I lirnsd into his work workfor wOIjor tear tearfor
for or the love of His fellowmen In this thisspirit thisspirit thisthrllsimuls
spirit thousands of teachers arc working workingtoday wOlldngtOIII wOrkilgtoday
today tOIII It ii i true that one hears dis dsCu55iuns discussions rti rticus ¬
cussions cus of a higher scale of wages W lglS and andsalaries 8111salaries 11111sala
salaries sala e for teachers but the teachers teacherswho tLachllswho teacherswho
who are worthv worl h of tIll name nlnl < curry lIIT the themissionary t thenliSSiontuy hl hlI
missionary II1ISSlona spirit Splllt into I1to their t I IllI calling callingNot la callingNOt II I11g I11got
Not ot one of of you is IS receiving rccei1i what hat you 011 de deserve d djust dcscreeperltnps ¬
serve screeperltnps perhaps just because we tc Il all allexpect alllxpect alleXpcct
expect of the teacher a spirit of self selfsacrifice selfsacrlftcc llf llfsacrifice
We Ve welcome < you OU to the university unilit unilitfor
for this convention because of theobstacles the thlohstadls theobstacles
obstacles agiinst agt lIst which Mill you 011 are ie doing doingyour dllin dllinour doingyour
your our noble work lrk Thin TIll ii is a I stnsiii sense sensein iil1seill
in which all of our Oil workers are in inchains inehnil1s inchains
chains Many IIlII a teacher is slaving slu n his hislife Itislife hislife
life out under a heavy ha bondage The Thelack TIlllack Thelack
lack of facilities the failure on the tl1 < part partof paltof partof
of the people to properly value edu education ellucat edacatlhn ¬
cation cat inn the sluggishness of 11f public spirit spiritthe spidttllL spiritthe
the backwardness < ss of the tll < people the themeager tl1 tl1111eaglI themeager <
meager salaries salad tIll short school lear learthe year yearthe ar artll
the tll < thousand l and one chains that thatbind thllthinrl thatbind
bind and fetter the worker worlr give e to your yourservice your yourservice 0111 0111slrvicl
service an added significance signit lUl1el It has hasbeen hashlln hutsbeau
been the history histor of the 1 Kingdom of ofLight ofIhht ofLilit
Light thlt it has had to tight H ht the powersof powers
of darkness The Ihl best testimony tlHtil11ol1 our ourLords CHIIL01lls ourLOrds
Lords disciples ever gave g Il we ware l1C re from fromtheir fromthl fromtheir
their thl r prison houses and a 1111 bound by b bfltt liv livfetters
fetters fltt of iron iron and so < 0 the noble teslf testjnlony teslfmonv t l
monv 111011 nlony that you 011 inv 11 fellow teachers of ofFlorida ofFJor ofFlnrtdt
Florida FJor lh are giving I in in m this your Oll tl day cll ly and andgeneration anetglll 8111generation
generation glll < ratlOl1 to the cause of 01 truth is all allthe allthc allthe
the greater rcatI because IHlUll l of the untoward untowardconditions lIntowalconltiliuns untowardconlttbus
conditions under which ueuly nvuiv 11111 of us usTUACHBKS liSWOlk ust
WOlk t nrk
TUACHBKS III imcus imcusWe IIIBAISe 115 1151Cc
We e welcome tvelconwou < you ou here to the univer university IIniwlsit universits ¬
sits sit because of your vottr ohr educational ideals idealsbecause illlalsIllau dealsbecause
because Illau e you yea Oll represent hundreds hIlI111 Ii ii drels lls of ofothers ofothlr ofother
others of ofthe the teaching profession withthe with withthe withthe
the same ideals because in in these theseideals theseideals theseideals
ideals are the life of the community lOl11llHlnit lOl11llHlnitYOllr
Your service to the State is a spiritual spirituidservice spiritualservice pil tuill tuills
service s < Iicc It is uncorrupted III1lO ruptccl by greed of ofgain ofgam ofgain
gain gam Its antagonisms fire directed directedagainst lltrcctellll directedagainst
against ll ainst ignorance i 11Orance and superstition s perstition and andvice andile 8111ice
vice ice ana and crime and everything lvervt hing that thatministers thatl11inisters thatministers
ministers to ignoble passions It J t shall shallbe shallbl shallbe
be the duty dut of all instructors of youth youthare ollth olltharc
are the words of one school board to toimpress toil11prlss toimpress
impress upon the minds of children the theprinciples thcprincipl theprinciples
principles < s of piety and justice and a asacred asacrcil asacred
sacred regard of truth the love of ofcommon ofcoml11ol1 ofCOn1n1on
common humanity humanit and universal bene benevolence heneOleml lener lenetolettce ¬
volence sobriety industry r and frugality frugalitychastity frugalitychastity
chastity l1wstlt moderation mOl f erntlon temperance temperanceOther tlntpemnceOther tCm lerance lerancefttlcr 1
Other school boards may nUI not direct directtheir dirlctthlir directtheir
their teachers tead1 < rs that way wa way but every everyleachcrw ever el1teacherw evertcachert
leachcrw hose calling is of God feelsthat feels fcefsthat feelsthat
that WilY ubout it itTHE itTilE itTllli
In your Our schools fellow teachers you vou vouUl
th3 foundations foun atiol1s of character eharacterl I
The bases fHl s of ethics and religion arc arcfound arefounel erefound
found in mans everyday eer > cla life He is isreligious isrdigious isreligious
religious or nonreligious in respect to toall toall toall
all his common secular activitiesOnes activities activitiesOnes activ l lOnes <
Ones ordinary conduct towards re relatives relat relatives ¬
latives lat es the aged ag d the poor the stranger strangerstamp strangertamp strangerstamp
stamp one as good or fII had Ones Oneimanners Ol1e Ol1emanners Onesplanners
manners at home < at the table at atschool atschool 8tschool
school on the street > tlc < l in public halls or orconveyances orlo1lances orconveyances
conveyances lo1lances are religious or notre nonreligious ICI1religioll notreligious ¬
ligious Punctuality Iund ualit promptness reg reguaritv rcgualit regumity
uaritv honesty honest thrift economy economycleanliness lC0I10m lC0I10mlIeall ecum any anycleanintess
cleanliness lIeall ness are a all religious words wordsConduct wontsCOil wordsCondtmet
Conduct COil duct i partakes trtnkes of till of of these theseThese t theseThese l1lseThese
These daily Ihih activities act m mtles arc rooted in our ourconceptions ourcOlwcption OurcOmice1tiOns
conceptions of life and God Theptibiie The Thepublic ThepubUc
public school especially deals with all allof allof allof
of them them in p germ erl11 Tlie flare re the children childrenget childrenget childrenget
get started right rGht or wrong There an anattitude anuttiturle litattltll1e
attitude is iS given given them a point of view viewis view viewis iew iewis
is given gi < 11 an unconscious unconscious favoring fa orin of ofsome ofSOl11e ofsonIC
some phase of conduct is given g en them thembut thlmhut tlitnnbut
but these later find expression in indefinite indefinite inleftpite
definite forms orm in the songs they the sing sil1 in inthe inthe inthe
the words they the use lSl in the principles principlesthey primlplesthe Principlesthey
they the unconsciously ttnconsci0usl stand for or and the theteacher theteCl theteacher
teacher teCl hcr is the inspiring inspiring force of o them all allin allin allin
in the beginning beginningFellow beginningFellow beginningFellow
Fellow Teachers Ladies and Gentle Gentlemen Gentlemen Gentlenun ¬
men I welcome you OU to this university universityon
on behalf of the trustees of o the uni university umversit unlcrsity ¬
versity versit At their last meeting they theydirected theydirected theydirected
directed me to open this university universityfrom un universityfrom ersity ersityfrom
from one end to the other to throw our ourbuildings uuruuildings ourbuildings
buildings open to receive rece c you ou to open
the t he dormitories < in which to house hOIl l you youto you youto ou outo
to have the usc of the parlors for or the re reception rr rrllptiuII ¬
ception rtiott and gave me tat power Ioueron Jolr on their theirbelinlf tltlithLlI theirbCullf
belinlf hLlI li to L cooperate l crate with the chixcm chixcmof chixenof
of DC IhLallel Land in extending lXtllelil1 to you 011 an en enthusiastic lnthusiastie Cnlhusiastic ¬
thusiastic welcome It J t is not i1llt therefore there therefore tllll tllllfOII ¬
fore in a conventional tvll way 11 tint I ex extend cxtrud x xItllIlto ¬
tend ItllIlto to you suu 011 a welcome on their bolvlf bolvlfbut 1 hl hl11m
but I doiio do it so under IIl1lkltltliI their authority autJlOrit and in inthe illtIll inthe
the light Ii ht of the powers they the bestowed bestowedupon lcstUlclupon hstotcdltpOtl
upon me for the t hl occasion OllISiul1I
1 welcome you rue 011 here on behalf of the thefaculty tl tlfae th thfaculty
faculty fae II It Dean Carson arsol1 till secretary StcIllun of ofour ofour ofour
our faculty sent mt a pcrit pclsonill mul letter to toevery tollr toevery
every llr member of ever college faculty falu1t falu1till
in this State whose thio c n addrcis lttmc us could be ob obtained olitail1l tilttainel ¬
tained He lc did so by It virtue ltlI of anaction an anaction anlIetiIJI1
action of o the faculty faculty v for fJ tint th It purpose purposeProf ptnpusePetit IIIIIJlliiLProf
Prof Suhric of the faculty has written writtento
to It the county COUllt superintendents sUllr ntllldl1ls to the theschool thlslhool theschool
school boards IJlnl < l to the prominent edu educators llll1latolS edueaters ¬
eaters all over ot er this State and in the thename thentine
name 1111 Ill of the institution has extended a acordial al01lli1l acordial
cordial welcome Wl lc < tine It Itremail1ornltto Itremail1ornlttoSI remains for me to tosay tosay
say SI say that I welcome you ou myself 111 tIf as a afellow afeflow aftIluty
fellow educator gladto gkul to touch elbows elbowswith 1lholSwith elbnsrswith
with ever every one of you you 011 In my 111 own ownname ovuiIlene
name 11 II m personally IjOIWlh Iextend I toPresi toPresident to irrsi irrsidl1t Iresident ¬
dent Blackmail of our sister coi co ege at atWinter atil1tlr at11inter
Winter il1tlr Iau Park k a welcome to this plat plato platfornt
1 form and to this campus and I take takethis taketltis takethis
this opportunity of expressing in public publicwhat Pllhlicwhqt ptlhllewhet
what I have already idlLlIh written him in inprivate inIniate
private atl the sincere Sil1 < lI sorrow that I felt on onhearing Oilwarillg onhearing
hearing 1 of the t hl destruction IJ lest < ructiuu by b fire of ofone o of oflilt
one of the tl buildings of Rollins College CollegeSoniitinis lollugcSunI 0 II Lgr LgrSO11Itill1s
Soniitinis SunI tinl s amid the rivalries of our ourstudMits 0111stuIll1ts oursttnlItts
studMits organizations olWlllixal ions people lose losesight 10 10sight lustssight
sight of the fact that these institulions institulionsare imtillltiolarl
are laboring labolin for the tl1 same end are set setfor setfor l lfOl
for the t h glory glol of Ciod and it is i a mean meanspirit lIlanth1 uteeutS
spirit S iit it that t would ollllllljo rejoice Ll ill any 111 ulC calamity calamitythat dlamit dlamitt ikunityt
that t lilt overtakes any 1111 of them We need neeUevery nllill needevery
every every l 1 1 agency that we have with us usworlcing usol1 itstenrking
worlcing ol1 ill for 01 the betterment of human humancondition humallI humallcOl1l1it Ilunumcottditlou
I condition conditionI cOl1l1it iJII
t I am gjad gj itl also to welcome to t till tlieStetson tillI toeStetson
I Stetson campus President Murphree of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the State University LII lIsit v and those other ovherI
I I persons 1lrS11ns who are at associated with him in inthe illthl inthe
the work of PI that institution In my 111 111jlldgl1ltnt
judgment the State University lnirlliiil at atGainesville attnincsvillc t to tu
o Gainesville u 11lsilll is dstincd 1 stined undr tout r God rd to tosupply toIIPJlh tosu11ly
supply IIPJlh a great gll lt need 111 < 11 in n the l Ite future level dldItJlIIWiH di levelopmeht el elopnttmit
opmeht of Florida F1ol lh All dpcw 111145 on onits onits 011its
its policy A 1 liberal conception < of the theI tilll1eed the1itctls
I needs of ofthe 1 thl hit State tatl a faithful fn lhfll1 adherence 1l1hlllIILlto
1 to the th highest hi llst educational standards St on onthe 011tIll onthe
the part of the Slate University and andRollins andRollin
Rollins College and Stetson anil theother the theother tillothel
I other institutions ill titlltiol1 of higher hil lttr learning learningwill 1 Perilingtrill ll1in ll1inwill
will lift the standards HtlI1llar < l of education in inour inoll mu
our schools of a subcollegiate sllhcol1e sub cohhimte iate character characterOn
On behalf of the university 1I11 Iiiit I welcome welcomeDr m
Dr 1 Conradi lol1r lli president resident of tlie Womans WomansCollege 1Colll o111 1nii 1niilfll1lgl ul5t ul5liege
College liege at Talhlutssce ittIalldutseeOn TalhlutssceOn
On behalf of the university un I wcl wclcome wdCOI1h wcle0nlr
come Stale Superintendent Supel ntlnllcnt Ilolloway Ilollowayand no1loWa no1loWaUIIIl 11 tilttteay tilttteayulna
and all associated with him in the Slate Slatedepartment Slaned2lam tilil tilildlJltl1inl
department dlJltl1inl d2lam tnlent < nt of public education I Ij Il1c0111l IWtlconlC
j welcome President Hathaway Unthasa of this thisI thi thiillIIl tillsllssociation
Association I and all the principals of ofhigh o oI ofhigh
I high schools who are serving se ervill rutg this com anlnioncnlth commonwealth LOm1ltonlalth ¬
monwealth I welcome leome the th county eountysuperinlendents countysuperintcndcmitS ount v I
superinlendents engaged in the super supervision superisiun ¬ i
vision of the public schools I welcome welcomeall
all the presidents and principals of ofprivate ofi of ofpritatC
i private pr atl schools and technical schools schoolsof SLhoohI
of every ClI description 11tsl ription and I welcome welcome1that welcomethat ltoon1l ltoon1lthat
that large lal l body hoch of public nmllle school schooltlaLlllrs schooltlaLlllrswho teachers teacherswho teachersIth0
I who are doing dDingsueh such noble service in the thecause tille tiltcau5c
cause e lUSe We shall testify tlstif our love 10 < of ofyou ofyou
I you and of your work by h two public publicreceptions puhlicreclptlons publicreceptions
receptions by 1 organ recitals preced preceding JlacClelil1g prcce l ling ¬
ing every eVel session sLs ion and by h holding holdill our ourselves uursll ourSIdeCS ¬
selves sll LS hi readiness to serve sCnt your roux in interests interlsts interests ¬
terests while you 011 arc here 11 < lc at every elry turnPresident turn turnPresident turnPresident
President Hathaways Address AddressProf AddressProf AddressProf
Prof F A Hathavay lIathaa president pleii lIlt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Association and principal of the theDuyal theDu the1ti
Duyal Du al High II I igh schools also read rea < < 1 his addresswhich address addresswhich adllllswhkh
which was a splendid spllnd ll effort He ticshowed Heshowed I Ie Ieshowed
showed the need of more money 1110111 with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which to run the schools of theState theStatethe the State Statethe
the need of better salaries of purer and andmore 111111molC mindmore
more competent school ollkinls longer longerschool IOl1gersLllOol longerschool
school terms and general betterment bettermentall
all along alnl1 the line Both Mr Ir Hatha Hathaway JInthawav Ilathaway ¬
way and Captain Lynch handled h lI1dt < d school schoolmatters slhoolmatters seimoolmatters
matters matters without gloves and showed showedwhat showcllwhat showelwlitt
what the schools needed to make thenbetter them thembetter tlllmhetter
better for Ol the pupils and 1111 better for the theteachers theteachers
Want the S E Next Year YearAt YearAt YearAt
At the conclusion of the addresses of ofTuesday ofTuesllay ofTuesday
Tuesday night a resolution was passed passedwordedabout passldoldell passedwnilt11
wordedabout oldell ahout as follows followsThe fullowThe followsThe
The Florida State Teachers Associa Association Asgociation Assocultiout ¬
tion in convention assembled one onethousand omthousanll oneCthousand
thousand strong stron send greetings s to the theSouthern theSOllthenJ theSouthern
Southern Educational Association s fdation now nowin nowill newn
in n session at Charlotte N C L and andcordially m1l1corclinlly 8111cordially
cordially invite vou you to meet with us in
1010 1010Captain 1910Captain 110Captain
Captain Lynch of Gainesville was wasselected wasselected witssclectol
selected to convey on e the invitation in tat iOI1 to toCharlotte toCharlotte toIlarlotte
Charlotte and to urge the acceptance acceptanceof alLpt uJre uJreof
of the same Mr lit Lynch left on the themidnight thlmillnight themlnight
midnight train 011 his hi hipleasalt pleasant missionWEDNESDAY mission missionWEDNESDAY miiisionWEDNESDAY
Perhaps eight hundred persons pC SO11S assem 8ssennbled assembled as em embleel ¬
bled in the auditorium Wediicselay Wediicselaymorning Wednc 1VednLSdaymorning l1ar l1armorning
morning when after a fifteen minuteorgan minute minuteorgan minuteorgan
organ recital by In Miss jss Eva Baker the thesession thesession
session 5255011 was wa called catl d to order by h President PresidentHathaway PresidentlIathawnv resilentIfathaway
Hathaway and Dr W J Harkness > led ledthe ledthe ledthe
the invocationProf invocationProf invocation 11ocitionProf
Prof W V B Catc ate principal of the theNormal theorn111 theNormal
Normal orn111 School Scho l at a t Madison r aclislJll was the thefirst th thefirst c cfirst
first speaker on the program his subject subjectbeing suhjeetheing subjectbeing
being A Professional Certificate CertificateHe
He spoke first fir t of the conditions which whichmade whichmade whichmade
made the South behind some other othersections othersections othersections
sections in in education e ucational matters mattersthc mattersthcwnr the thewar
war and its it > attendant reconstruction reconstructionaftermath reconstructionaftermath reconstructionaftermath
aftermath the slow readjustment rcadj ustmcnt from
pO pOthis
this chaos Lwo and the coming into intftltclm intftltclmntymi their theirown tltlirown
own of its citizenship l The difficulty dill dlllirulty lult of ofsecuring ofSl ofsecuring
securing Sl uring good l olJ1 teachers with the limited iimitcdfunds limitedfunds IiI1 lld lldfunds
funds at command almost necessitated necessitatedthe nll iisit atlll atllltlw
the hiring of unprepared tiii relarcd and undesir undesirable ul1lkshIIhlL undoslrattic ¬
able teachers tlIlI1 < I The standard stlulrl nd has ha been beenkept hlnkllt Meetkult
kept low lv by the youthfuhies outI1fllllll1 t of f other otherwise IIthllWLiL nllltrtlisc ¬
wise prepared teachers and by b the theclement thlltl tIlcelement
clement ltl lnt which tacius wnl ii s 4 > leh ld i It I for the tliemoney thenlonly
money 1111111 there I is in it Tin slogm slug 101 ill lie hesounded liesounded hlsOllndtl1
sounded was wa 8s Prepuv our teachers teachersThe tLalillISTIll ttnchcrSThe
The professional certificate which Ill Illwishes IIII htI
I wishes the Legislature slatllrl to provide for forbriefly fOIhlilf forbriefly
briefly hlilf slated statll would be issued d to topersoiis towho topersons
persons persoiis who hold first fiJ grid1 gr l 1 eertilicat celllfieatswlu eertilicatwho lPItifiLatHwlto
who have ha < had several years las experience experienceas cxlet ieuee ieueeas
i as teachers in high schools and who lehuinter whohave whoI
I have hll L eovercd er ILI < rl a prescribed course in inpedagogical inlIgkl1 inpcdagegicnl
pedagogical lIgkl1 studies studiesThe studiesj itllrli itllrliI
I j The second lClnl speaker was Prof PlofI J J f fI1trnon
Veiaion I lIon of the University Lniliiit of Florida FloridaThe FlohlI
The I ht economic lOIlO11 L educational value all1 < of the thei timesttui1
I i study sttui1 of agriculture I l lullurl in our schools was washis n nhis t5 t5his
his subject This subject owing nwin to its itsimportance itsi itshl
i importance imlnll I1I and to tic tin great gl < at need of its itsbeing itshling
being hl stressed was discussed at some somelength C11111 C11111I omllength
I length J < ngrh in Prof Vernons Inllns paper and fit fitits Htits atits
its close it it had been hllnlClIILlllsill conclusively colichtsrvelt proved provedI
I that th It it should receive IlCl VI equal lqllrL attentionwith at attention ittll1tionwi ttntiultwith
with wi th the 1 hl other sciences S < IWlii Five Fi l import important ¬
ant points were lIL brought out illustrative illustrativeof illullIl lutist rItict rItictof L Lof
of the education d value allIL of if a wise and andsystematic awlS utn1sytetnttic
systematic S il < ltIatil study of agriculture it llcultulc A Atraining Atiaillin At1alning
training tiaillin of the th ohsTvution iOIl of memory memoryof I11lm01 I11lm01of
of im igination of judgment jllJ II1lnt and reason reasonAll rlasoil
All 11 of these points were aptly ptl illustratedi illustrated illustratedMartin illul rall rallI
I Martin Luther By Dr BlackmanPresident Blackman DlackraanPresident DlackmanInsillnt
President Hathaway I lathawil then introduced introducedDr
Dr W F 131Ieknrul Blackmailpresident lresldtnt of Rol Rollins 1 Rnllies < 01 01lins ¬
lins College ttliegcwhotllircd olll l who dlivoivd Il1i Ild an excellent excellentaddress llll1lntlulhlss
I address his theme being Martin Luther LutherIn
In a few fl comprehensive sentences he hepictured Illpillll1ld hepicturl1
pictured the l ll condition of the world at atthat atthtt t ttInt
that time Dominated by h btthC the Catholic Catholicreligion CiltholilIILlhion tthulic tthulici
i religion blessed hl < s < cII by h the hl best in art and andmusic allilmusk oldmusic
music and oratoryand oraturv 8111 brims hI tin yet yet dthlll dthlllWLrl there therewere Chutelycrc
were three things true of thctathnliechurch theCatholic theCatholicchurch tIll atholiL atholiLo
o church It was LS a mighty might force 101 < in so society sodt socict ¬
ciety dt v binding and fusing fusjn peoples and andnation awlnuli 8111nation
nation nuli JI eliminating caste and alII I ds clsetc el dsI is isetc
I etc but it was no longer wholly whni helpful helpfulon hull iful iful1n
on the I hL contrary lonl Coil ti ai trt it was 11 rtUicr 111 hlI ivpressive ivpressivein 1PlS repreSanItn VI VII
Itn I in its tendencies tLIHI < nt ls and in III its inability il1lhilit to tokeep tokeep
I keep up III with the forward stride str lI ofthe ofthetimes clf of tIll tIlltill1ls
times The third 1 prominent condition conditionwas
was as the t I Il gigantic lgal1ll corruptionboth LOIllIptlllll both I HIt 1 1 in III its itsreligious ItsnJigiolls itsreligious
religious teaching llahin find in its it morals moralsHere momlslI
Here l lI the doctor called attention to the thefact thlfad tiefact
fact that he was Wol < not no speaking of the tiltttthnlic theCatholic tilll
Catholic l Itholit church of tod t1H11 iy iv which is i is very try 11 11c1inILnt
I different but of the church lhltr < h of ill that cur curruptIgr eof eofrupt cOIIllpt
rupt ruptIgr age Taking up the life of Luther Lutherhe
he briefly mentioned his childhood his hisschool hLsllIool hisShoii
school and nel university life till airy eirlypractice airyPrncticc
practice pIHlt Ll of law h w and the t Ill long lon search lLI < h for fortruth 11 fultruth ir irtnlth
truth and light in the monastery 1I10nlstlI In Ineloquent 111lloqUllIt Intktquent
eloquent language hl1 1 utgutge llIgl tlu th speaker told of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the coming of sweet peace all into this thistroubled thi thitlollhlllllifl thistroubled
troubled tlollhlllllifl life ii fc Following this tld cam thejourney the thejourney tIlljOll1l1lY
journey to Rome500 OIl1L 500 miles on foot footwherehe fOlltwhln fontWherc
whln wherehe Itl found poinp pomp and pageantry pageantryfind paglantrand
find spiritual deith de 8th The long Illn fight figlitagainst Iig11ta fight8gatint
against a a ltt corrupt teachings in which tin thegreat tingreat tIllgllat
great reformer stood practically 1Illt lallv alone alonethe alnl alnltIll alonetill <
tIll ariiignment arm c gnll1ent before the Diet J Lt fit fitWornii atW titHearne
Wornii W OIIIH where he fearlessly flarllssl refused llfll > cll to toretract torlt toretract
retract rlt aet one word Olel were brought fllolll h tout touttlonl out outstrongly outstrongly
strongly tlonl I Side illl bv h side idl with this sL sketch sketchof lteit lteitof
of indomitable will and unshaken UI1IIIII < 11 char courage ellUlal charage ¬
age al we were given g llI a glimpse glimJ1 e of the thehome tltth timehunlelife
home h hunlelife l11e life of this great man in n which heproved he heproved h
proved to be kind and tender loving lovingand It oin oinanll tying
and thoughtful thought fill The entire lnt ire word pOI portrait pOItl pileti ¬
trait tl ait l t was sketched with itIi a masterful masterfulhand mlstl1 Ill tsttrful U Uhanll
hand and stood out in bold relief the thefinished tl tltinislwel thefinishtd
finished work of an able orator Briefly Brieflyspeaking Hddlsplddllg Brieflyspeaking
speaking the result of this reformers reformerslife reformerslife
life and work was the establishing of the thedoctrine tillIhLtl tordteliitte
doctrine IhLtl ne of justification just Ibication by h 1 y faith but it italso ilalso italso
also taught the supremacy of individual individualreason illlliillunlIlaSOn hail yidttal yidttalleaSOii
reason ami right Ii ht And more inure because becauseit beeaueitlol11lmSsellthl
it itlol11lmSsellthl compassed the initial inil lllihlrat liberation ion of Un thelenple Unpeople thlPlopl ¬
people < it also made 1I1 lIlc possible < all the sub subsequent subSequent ub ubseCtlnt ¬
sequent great movements find revolu revolutions rColl1tion re vohl vohltiollS ¬
tions for the liberation and betterment bettermentof
of humanity humanityThis humanityThi
This address a1111l s3 was comprehensive COl11prlllen e and alldscholarh andscholarh andscholarly
scholarly scholarh anil was wa listened to with rapt raptattention raptattention llplattention
At 230 3C clock Mrs MrsC Irs C S June J UlIl was wasintroduced wasintroduced I
introduced intlodl1 ed and spoke wisely wiselyand wislI end well on onthe onthe ontilt
the Fundamental Recognition ReLog itiol1 of thelind2rgarten the theKindergarten
Kindergarten She presented and dis discussed lliscl1siiell discussed ¬ j I
cussed three great recognitions that thatof thatof 1 1of I
of Selfhood of Brotherhood and of ofFatherhood ofFatherhood I
Fatherhood Fa t Illrlto 1 with their t accompanying accompanyinggreat all ompa n ying yinggreat I
great lessons respect for self and for forthe forthe forthe
the rights of others lit hers reverence for things thingssacred thin thingssacred s ss
sacred s ICIld and obedience to the powers powersthlt powerstht Potecr5thlt
thlt be beProf hlProf heProf
Prof IJ 1 L 1 Robinson principal of the theTampa thlTampa tltclanlpa
Tampa high school discussed tll5cusselIll Pro Promotion Promotion ¬
motion Ill tion in the Intermediate and Gram Grammar Gral11mI GranlIl ¬
Il mar mI Uu Grades j alles The paper showed a acareful acardul ncareful
careful and thoughtful tholl1 htful study StUI1 of the thesubject tillsuhjelt thesubject
subject and contained many man helpful helpfulsuggestions Itdpfulsuggestions helpfulsuggestiomts
suggestions for bettering conditions conditionsMiss cOI1ltitioniiIis
it Miss Iis lSS Conkling sang s lng Sunbeams and andin tun tunin
in 111 response to a hearty heart encore sang salglove
Mv love is like the reelred red red roseThe rose roseThe
The 1 1 he TimesUnion 1 Iimes lineS C Uniun 11 ton reporter made a aproposition aproposition aprupnsitiott I
proposition to the audience that he hewould Illwould ht11oul1
would give g c the convention a complete completewriteup compl completewriteup < te tewriteuJl
writeup if the they would respond with withsubscriptions withsuhscriptions withsubscriptions
subscriptions to the daily dil at the specialrate special specialrate specialratc
rate of Sioo for three months Prof ProfCulp ProfCulp ProfCulp
Culp made and Prof Suhrie seconded secondeda
a motion that the convention adopt the thesuggestion thesug thesuggestion
suggestion sug cstion which was promptly CarriedDr carried carriedDr carriedDr
Dr Hulley 11 ulle then hrou brought ht the great greattreat greattreat greattreat
treat of o the session his inimitable lec lecture lecture lccturc ¬
ture on Robert Burns and his Human Humanity Humanity Humanity ¬
ity No one who has ever heard Dr DrHulley DrHulley DrHulloy
Hulley give one of his lecturerecitals lecturerecitalsneed
need be told that it was indeed a treat
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J On n account fit of the tll many 11111 holiday holidayj holicla holiclai
j attractions at all tin department meet meetj IIIll IIIlli nlect nlectulgs
j ings ulgs I1 S were Il omitted 011111 onlitt tlll sl this week weekThe weedIhe LL k
The 1111 regal u ir monthly lI1ollthl meeting of the theHoard theBoalel theBoard
Hoard III of Directors will 111 he livid in inthe intIll intililt
the Hub Iul room at three oclock Monday Mondayafternoon 1lIchy 1lIchyHftllloon
afternoon January lallIHLI 3 3 3At
At tin regular ltgul u fortnightly meeting of ofthe1 ofI ofthe
I till Iltil hb lIh on Tuesd iy L afternoon Jan January jailIlay ¬
uary 111 t till program lro pt oglalnItill 1al1l will I ill hi given h hIII ienln by the theScience theI theStltnee
Science and III I Art rt Department Mrs MrsS I1s I1sS
S R Love chairman cball8taiiIht chairmanTlu hairll1allThl
Tlu itthusi ism with witIichili which he was re reecived Itwhln rctyhcn
ecived when lie stepped forward proved provedthat prlllllI pm ucrl ucrlthat
that his fame had preceded him At Atthe AttIll 1t 1tthe
I the close of If his lecture he invited the theconvention theto theconyctttinn
convention to eome co 111 l around and take taketea takewith taketeal
tea with Mrs II Ilulley IlulleyMRS IIt iiulleyMRS ll llMRS
II j On n Wednesday 11cdncsrl dlllsct ty cvining lVll1ill from 5 to t tI o oMrs j jIts
I Mrs f Its Ilullcy Ilulll I entertained the th nlcnlhtrsand members membersand
I and friends iri lIclof of tin convention with a tea teaNearlv tlaltrhlI teateetrl
Nearlv ltrhlI eetrl a thousand people filed through throughthe
I the rooms during rlu Ii 111 the I hI hour In the thereceiving thertcliving
I receiving rlll ing line Ii Ill were lI Prof t arson Mrs MrsIlulley tlrsIlullcy Irs Irs1I1I11l
Ilulley 1I1I11l Prof Culp nip and Miss Iiss Clem ClemHampton l1l1I11IlI11Ilon lull lullitlmptun
Hampton of the State tatl Hoard In the thehall thehall
hall Mrs I lrs rs Maud Marron Ba 11011 presided oerthe over overthe Olrtl1
the tl1 < punch bowl ho and was assisted in inserving inStl inscrng
scrng serving Stl lIg delicious fruit punch bv 11 Misses Hissesallhtt MissesGalloway
Galloway jalloa Barron Ilarkncssnnd Iarknlss lnd Ilulley Ilulll IlulllIn
In the tl1 < east at parlor Miss Iis Marticn poured pouredtea
tea assisted b by Mrs Irs Carson aroll and MrsPeek Mrs MrsPeck Irs IrsIllk
Peck Misses Whiting hiting Kle ElllllIlI inor lily BI BIin1
Nina in1 Phillips Ilulley and darkness darknessWEDNESDAY lIurkJ1LsWEDNESDAY IlmirkncSWEDNESDAY
I The 1111 Wednesday 11tdnts 11IIlsda lay evening lcnin session u sion was wtlSas waspreccdid wa waprcllrIfl
preccdid as the other sessions of the theday thedL
day dL by h an org in recital by h Miss Iiss Baker Bakerwliiih IhklIwlihh Bakeruhirit
wliiih was a followed bv a beautiful quar quarlet qualtlt quurtot
let sung by 11 Miss Iis Conkling nklill Miss Iis Ilulley Iulll IulllII I
Mrs II Phillips and Miss Ii lurch MurchDr lurchlr11
lr11 Dr 1 > 1 W L I I Bryan president pl sidlnt of Indiana IndlepitLitI IndianaUniversity llIllianaLII
University LII lsitv was was the speaker tinkl1 of If f the thlln thllnill even c1trling evening ¬
ing ill lie I II spoke along psychological psychologicallines
lines t Liking LlIill for his theme Dispo 1i5pusitinn Disposition I >
sition He spoke of the great im importance 1111pOltlnll tillpurta1nt ¬
portance of of the it individual 1iidual dispositionm disposition
In its bearing 1 tiring on character building hllilrlin tied al1l1thl tiedthe m < l lthe
the effect that temper has ha upon it em emphasising CIl1phasi1in Ci11Ilas18n1g ¬
phasising tIll fact that one o IlL llast1 hasty hl it act actmay ttttern
may 1111 ruin a t life Ii fl Throe great principle lnineiplustehlt1 principlewhich prill ipk ipkwhieh
which can 111 be successfully SUl ueccssfull llSsfllll used in com comhating lOmI that18tilig
hating hat in an Ll1 unruly U 11111 I temper tlm tnlp PlI t were llt presented presentedand
and dismissed us uSScl l1 distraction 11i trtdion play ph worktLaiy work workMany wlIlkIany
I Many helpful suggestions sllI stiol1 were given llI as asto asto asto
to inelhod of disiiMcting llitraltin attcntitnuul attcntitnuulgaining attention and andgaining allligainillg
gaining time for the teiiper to cool coolThe coolThl coolIht
The timetried tinl tried rus rust of counting one onehundred ollehunlhlrI onehundred
hundred before lfOL speaking iiILalin or II r allil1 acting was ttIsuentiunci wasmentioned wasI11ln
mentioned I11ln t iOIll I as always a I W ilS ready Ia lad and u n I hard In h tt Ill d to tobeat tohlat tobeat
beat The dctrinu dctrititt1181 ntal effect upon 1111111eh uponelriracter Upollof
elriracter eh tracttr of if all work and allln no lb play pla was wasbrought aasbrought 1 1hlought
brought out while w hI the tll all play pla man manwould 11111would mllanhull
would hull be nnteriilly II1LhJ dl benefited by work workTh
I Th oneline otit IipC business buin s to the exclusion exclusionof
of other interests inl < cone for its share iiha of ofCliidcmtntioti of111 oftitdtnuii
Cliidcmtntioti titdtnuii tihn The 111 < speaker dealt with uitliitll withdeep withI
deep psychological pSlholo lal al principles in such suchplain sudlpttin suchlllin
I plain simple language 1 that l anyone anyonemight an anyonemnlgill yone yonelI1i
might lI1i hl easily laih understand and everyone everyonethoroughly evtryollcthnouughly8lprtelntd
thoroughly thIIIIlIgh thnouughly8lprtelntd I appreciated HI IPIlliat l1 and a 111 I enjoyed enjoyedTHURSDAY elljOedTHURSDAY
Three departmental meetings were wereheld wtreheld IlIeIwlll
held at the same hour The High HighSchool IhighSchool IighSl
School Sl hOl1 Section advertised HII titlerti lrti ecl for the public Pultliescllnol publicschool publicscholl1
school auditorium allllitnl ulII the Primary Irill1al Section Sectionin
I in the 111 V M I C A 1 Hall Carnegie tarmg c library libraryand liblarval111 libraryand
and the Kindergarten Section in the thekindergarten tliekiIHlclrtln thekindergarten
kindergarten rooms at the university universityHigh ul1i uuiversltyHigh crsit y yHigh
High School Section SectionOwing Sectionwing SectionOwing
Owing wing to the failure of the furnace to toact toad toact
act properly prolrj Prof Culp lIp invited in vitLl the themeeting thenlctaing
j meeting into the fifth grade rarll room where wherethe whlrehaillll1n wherethe
the chairman Dr Win m Kmbloc of ofTallahassee ofTalbhasll ofTalLlhtsste
Tallahassee called the meeting to U order orderbut onlr onlrhill orderbut
but it was soon discovered ItSc0c1 Cd that this thisroom tll thistuUn1 s sroom
room would ollhlnot not hold hOllthe the people so they theyadjourned thl thlalljollrnel thtyndjourped
adjourned to the chapelagain dlQlll ilgtln hut the theatmosphere thcHtll1osph theetetosphcrt
atmosphere Htll1osph < rl was so frigid fli il here that it itwas t
was decided to dispense with the regu rcguk1 regular ¬
lar order and have ha ye l the ell tion of officers officersfirst ol1 olheersfirst clrs
first This resulted in the following followingchoice followingcltnicc
choice as ollicers of this section for the theensuing thelIIII11I theensaiit
ensuing lIIII11I year yearPresident year yearPresiientl1 llIr
President PlcsiclclltProf Prof of Then I D Culp prin principal principal ¬
cipal of DeLand D < Ia11l1 high hi h school schnnliceIreSldentthis schoolVicePresidentMis schoocePrl
VicePresidentMis cePrl ttel1t lis Hattie Carpen Carpenter ¬
ter editor l < lito of Florida School Exponent ExponentSecretaryTreasurer ExponentSrcretaryIrtasurcrilr ExponlntSlllltaryTILaSUrCI
SecretaryTreasurer Mr II Boone of ofSt o oSt ofSt
St Augustine AugustineFor ugnstil1lFor
For vacancy eat1111 lelI1C on Executive Committee CommitteeMr
Mr lt Ir Gcigcrof Gtiget of Ke Key West 11cstAs WestAs cst csts
As s this husiness businesswas Wi w1 being hl n finished finishedProf finisllel1Pmf finishedProf
Prof Suhrie appeared in tilt till hall to tonvike toIInke tonrtke
nvike some aniuuinccinents relative rclat l to tothe tothl totilt
the validating of tickets and being beingappealed bcingapPlakd beingaplcalcd
appealed to al about > out the cold rerun an rillsiered answerod anthat
swerod that if everybody would follow followhim followhim followhim
him him he would leadtlietii lealf lead t then hlli1 to a warmer warmerplace Wllrl11lCpbeL warnerpltct
place Everybody glIhod 1 followed folks ed In the thelecture thelCllllr thehectare
lecture roomof rOfm of f the tl1 < chemistry cl1ll1ist1 departiunt depart department 11epartI1wnt ¬
ment in n Science l lIWl Hall J all the session re reassembled 11aslmbled retiSStnt1Icd ¬
assembled PrinciI Principal iI11 AV N Shoats of ofTallahassee ofTal1ahassel ofTallahassee
Tallahassee read a paper on Athletics Athleticsfor
for Boys and Girls iris in the Public School Schoollie SchooIIe SchoolIlc
lie favored fa orcrl vigorous outdoor evcrcise evcrciseand eerc cvcrciseend se seand
and plenty plcnt of it hut he wished to go on onrecord onrccord onrecord
record asstrongly as stron strongly ly opposed to football footballand fOthalland footballend
and other strenuous < college athletics as asthcv asthe astlte
the thcv exist at present presentDuring prcsentOuring present15uring
During the reading reulin of o this paper papersomeone paplrS0111l0l1C paperSOmconc
someone appeared and announced that thatmore thatmorc thatmore
more than a hundred people had been beenturned heenturned beenturned
turned away away for lack of room and that thatContinued thatContinued thatContinued
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