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Speech < of ofun Dr r 5 A A AMurphree AMurphreejUItd MurphreeWlilM
WlilM 1OC eeaf lileftd at f the Openi Openinfsf Opening g of 1h the Univer Univern University Uhiversity UniverQsit =
sity sit in Gainesville
IDr iA Andrew Jn + ndrew F w Sl < Sled ia 1 tir president resident dent of ofthe oftlhelin ofthe
+ the tlhelin University fer5it fcintroduced introduced jntrod ueed Dr DrMtimlireev Dru Drti
Mtimlireev u ti mniit 1liiee ee who h after afew a few 4prolini 4prolinifnwy Prahmiiiry p ro1 m me
fnwy e renfaijks enta nin charaetenhtidallyspoke charactenitically characteniticallywiny c1aarnCtenStlcal1rIil I Ittry
winy Iil spoke sp ke as follows followsMichigan fo1lost s sltrloltigaaisits
t Michigan ltrloltigaaisits WAS the first State of oftlhe ofitJhe oft1he
tlhe Union to establish a complete completeunified completej completeiuutfied
I IfudUie
j unified acoui jjCGutifr r Astern SJSt m of instruct inst instruction ict ictiGm J Jion
ion reaching by b natural gradation gradationfrom I Ifrom
from the Imvest school to the Uni University TJntiers i iversit ¬
versity versit iers ity The TheUniversityof TlieTJn University versit y of Michigan Michi Michigan Michi19an
gan was founded iti IS 1Sli 17 and its itscharter itsfohaNer itscharter
charter implied imp1i d one ne of the broadestgaud broadest broadestand broadestln
and ln ll the most m radical educational educationalrogrammes educationalIt 1ucationalJ1t1gra1Umes
rogrammes J1t1gra1Umes over conceived concp cvned4veddad e < i It Itad Itad
+ dad ad all those elements that thatstood thatdisca thatil
disca il t
scar + tteway e w y o of nIikth n ik tlJfcon common commonstood mbn mbnstoM
stood in
In it itand itld itand
hook fc and unit > and
and ld Higher 4 Wdea ciea ea n that t the e church churchdiacarded c churchdiscarded urcb urcbdiscarded
< discarded the th d J control higher higherowned IngberrOMWOO higherFo
owned Fo > or shou shoor
r State controlled controllededucation control1ede controllededucation
education e while thitcd tlt bred the idea ideat ideani
de t ite lower J Vcr It 1 t adv ndas as much muchifbatjiiuher as aslfhftt4ti asr
ifbatjiiuher lfhftt4ti thn hi her t > rer r education equ educationtjhn ti Jl g gtHiarcJrilie iwas iwastllu
tHiarcJrilie tllu tuftlie conrinon schofcan
i1 lie common schofc Un UnJatl T t nt ntran
an affair of the State and tht 1d
varsity i rtYrbecame became the crown and nd lion a ar
rtfN 5TOI O Ilof of r th the 1 e schools Havlug once onceassumed onceassutt1edthesupport once
assumed assutt1edthesupport the thesupport support of the Unt Uutversity Unt1Vcrsit Untverrstty
1Vcrsit versity the people felt near l bear ear to it it4hy itbt it1iest
4hy 1iest bt owned it itaud and participated in inits ints infits
fits its ts glory lor it became the hepride pride of offtlhe of11he ofiihe
ftlhe State StateThe SlfttIDhoplan StateThe
k The IDhoplan plan adopted a opted by Michigan Michiganfwas IichignnJwas
fwas kwas was followed by b one after another anotherf
CJf f the tbenewer newer States until there now nowoxist nowCL nowct
oxist CL ct ist State Universities from Virganitt Vir Virjginift VirIginii
Iginii jginift to to California Many lan of theseof these theseAieHpf tbesei2l
AieHpf i2l of fPlrudid splendid concaptigu and pro projpoWious p pjp proP
jpoWious jp 1 1t or Jious and not a fltf f wdre t are as asd asdsering dV dVserving
t serving of mention except exce t in preR pre precedence precede
cedence cede cedenceas4that ceJ as < that t at one ooeJ I have ha named namedhave bamsed bamsedTh namedThey
They Th have iri in a few e cases t surpassed surpassedcample surpassedheir I Ir
heir example r m lepnrti particularly ulaTlY in inbavi inbavif in hay havrltfcly hayb
f > 1110 b b < rltfcly telyffrlra telyffrlratcred lHw ffi1 tcd tcdilured cascatlK cascatlKtared
tared colleges and tndC comrnoirschools comrnoirschoolsIt Dlmon s9b ols olslt
It is a shame to any 1 people that thatprivate thatprivate batprh
private prh te munificence should surpass surpasspublio surpassp surpassPubliG
publio p tb1iGspjrit spirit or a millionaire re be al allowed allowed ¬
lowed to outdo a commonwealth commonwealthe
Jbe he e Michigan n sy sHtctnis l tcmis rem as Jeffer Jeffera J effer efferS8ticati
F somt S8ticati ia a jj pin Ji i n teem completed cdmplctedN F Fn feted
2 N o one can have h followed roHoT d the labors laborsof laborsflihis
of this great gr at tat Ufcsman esm JI extending J1 ueatendingover extendingovarthirtv e encling enclingot
ovarthirtv ot over rthirl ° thrrty ls tsaa flib is to ltc 1t5t Establish bUsh a aUral atrat atrap
Ural tiluliott in of tanning in inwithout iniu inr
r iu awls without minglefi mine g gu pleas pleasiit ple8slUF1tibt
iit lUF1tibt u that he snw 51 his Plaat p4miifedoi pia1fJ 1dopted 1doptedlfAras > ted tedmufr
mufr lfAras f ar ns the University Universitymed A ti4s con conffned COIlJJ1ed
med and regret that fM l b t could conldnoV4 couldnotMare couldnu
nu noV4 notMare ave ve seen s n the cowipJete compl compietesystem compietesystemluiott e system systemwThtolt sSbm1J1110J
wThtolt luiott lie otitKwed outli uod put 1w 1wI t ins iuqptactice iuqptacticetlhis < pmctice pmcticepjhtsday
I pjhtsday r + tlhis cia day the l University URh r ilj of C Vir Virf Virfalls
f falls Hs short c f eminent great greatifejj greatii rent rentjJf
+ jJf ifejj si a ad < 9 growth because use > e k Is hatidi hatidiGfcjtped haudirC hatdiaP
rC Gfcjtped tpPeab aP b by being btiugdissoci dissocwt < < ttd d from frouitiu fromtlae
It tlae tiu te rest t of r the t school hool system sst i of thatStatlt that thnlStntc t hn t tSttl
Stntc Statlthat
hat of the t eatrni ci trru hates tllt still stilltvntrikit stillfit stillhat
hat fit yi Uurecerat r5 scat scatt actmtderciiP
derciiP t W i tvntrikit + t tr t r arts tin u to to eachfR1l11ltr each eachQtlUfcr eACbot14Gr
QtlUfcr fltwl < < n4 each NC strnxs sir rh ors to baUd its itsftttg itsin itsDl
Dl in rot il iw 1 n e ftttg Il SU SUropeiuic lPI P4 t t its itsr i t S Sto
> r s s ropeiuic t to XIfI8e 1 km + c THe THein foI1eUt l ilem l lbi I IlMt
lMt bi atrai in u Aft < thaw l older States Statesis StateI4 tt ttiIs s
is I4 I4wit wit t the State Sta whidi tmh h kit has 11 S built builtcmttT builttihe utl i it
t tihe cmttT fi1 school 5J jfsum Slm spnllny1 spnllny1dI continue continueftihc
dI ftihc asSiUic fvsitei v Nt tr 1 a to iflie rite t ie top tojthere tO topLa >
Se there thrrv lie 1e11ctou J rouglft gM Rt about a fae1Mk att acoberewce j
tt e1Mk 1k coheres CObc1 1Ke awl ttd d unity utdt of ofmsexist ofaalsaaelt I IuJt
uJt aalsaaelt ll1S1s 1t msexist as exist ol 6t i ill the newer newerWW 4 4Md t tn tii
Md WW WWIn n I i iII
In II our Ii opinion uton the chief concern concernt concernwbttalo4n t ttjQIi1in
t s4nctk wbttalo4n tjQIi1in > a ni this t is country t u tl at t pre preto precut
I > cut 1tt k to o lruKH 11I 1rnouiae RMMI WI i e the t11 e tower Jo r lall1rfOC16S and andfomK atadr
r fomK of 0 the sehot schools k and uM1i nd ndJtoe
i 1is arc JIteSpirit spirit t of 5Cttooriife ion a t U lire to toline toitttG
m line Iii perfect P f feet < < t hunwoiiv hunwoiivof Ait Aitr I
of r M fe State S t te fcoin l cots the t fewest fewestthe e eof west westIts t tti j
Its the ti hiffhest 1131 hest ADd A d so in in our ourState ourate oure
State ate e the th general nCla1 consensus C lSO of all allaunds aUIjllKcMt alln
n i aunds ft lHis i in the t > c latter latter1bas la labeen 1aU
Iaas been a tending tetl g more xaorefctbecocrel4iiQ aotl aotldtowucll a atots I
IjllKcMt tots dtowucll toward fctbecocrel4iiQ the co > reatott tiQ Qf Qftfontt cIf ciftiioaal
f 5tieu1 tfontt Iwsiittrtioos < m nnii mil out onrlast ottitire
1 1i 1r
last 3eg JcgisUtore tare completed C lDplct o otU r rm
i 1 1 rl m iuat iuata mici i > id d and nd finisf finisfHR in Q siJc4 siJc4e ed eda
e ot a btaay b D ° HR q oiptfeir ler out outia wuthitiittlid ul ulfif
a ia 1o fif faflttut ia c Is th hitiittlid t toaW W l be ± e 4o oo1ec dole e eksisUtion
1ec le ksisUtion islat ttuttox ttuttoxwe Prior to that t t act actMl i
we ba Ml 11 nnii uniftrtl ed the t cerawon cota oa schools sehooisattt schoolstftie
1 attt tftie tr ate h schools by t pnwKhng pnwKhngand pcov d g i it1t
M t1t la a and d for gr < ie efi < i and high highwnd h I Ir
wnd cro ts K a vnifomi vnifomiof tstt tsttSY
r of SY arlCII arlCIIllIte tart0rtlh j
llIte tlh a i ed aH aHt andtr
f or t t r
4 tr
made part of our system of public publiceducation publiceducation publiceducation
education The general outline as asprovidedtforin asprovi asprovided
providedtforin provi provided d1fpr forili our our ur statutes is an auideal anideal anideal
ideal system sy ys item tem of instruction for therealization the therealization therealization
realization of which we should all allwork allwork allwork
work as as our means and circumstan circumstances ¬
ces es J tnayvpsrmit nay ap p r rutit rutitibis nit fc fcThfe
This system steni begins with thekindergaten the thekindergaten tbekindcrgaten
kindergaten school which may be beregarded h hregarded beregarded
regarded as the foundation of our oureducational oured oureducational
educational ed scheme the culmination culminationof
of which is the University This Thisis
is accepted here as supplying a need needwhich needwhich needwhich
which may be satisfactorily filled filledby fiUedby filledby
by the devotion to t it of about two twoyears twoJcars twoycars
years of the life of the child In Inthese Inthese Inthese
these two years ears from the age of offour offour offour
four to six with competent trainedteachers trained trainedteachers trainedt
teachers t the little ones receive receivetraining receivetraining receivetraining
training bT dfthe the kind which will tell tellpowerfully te11powerfully tellpowerfully
powerfully upon all the years oftheir of oftheir oftheir
their college life and the socialuiorai social socialnibral socialuforai
nibral andreligious element oi their theirnatures theirnatures theirnatures
natures receive in these early yearsthe years yearsthe ears earsthe
the most pronounced and lasting
With this foundation foundationM
f M I L 6gl euer r the primary primarythev primarytbev
they shouio
grade at at six which can al1 well becompleted be becompleted becompleted
completed in in four years y ars or from six sixto sixto sixto
to ten After these six years of ofschool ofscl10 ofschool
school life the grammar grade can canwell canwl1 cans
well be b covered c fered in fourfrom four fo years ears s more morefrom morefrom
from the age of ten to fourteenWe fourteen fourteenWe fourt en enWe
We then come to the high school schoolgrade schoolgrade schoolgrade
grade which after the admirable admirablepreparation admirablepreparation admirablepreparation
preparation received in the lower lowergrades lowergrades lowergradcsshould
grades gradcsshould should prepare the student studentto studenttoenfer
to toenfer enfer upon the college col1e e coursesFrom courses coursesFrom C9ursea C9urseaFrom
From the age of 17 to 21 should be bedevoted bedey bedevoted
devoted dey ted to the college work which whichprovides wbichprovideS whichiv
provides for or a few electives iv to in thesophomore the thesophomore tbesophomore
sophomore year ear aud gradually in intCte inP ine
tCte e P njjgJifiii nurlf UjmJjcja UjmJjcjaapproach um 51Ulegra9esr 51Ulegra9esrapprQachcQmplelicn satliegra es esapproach
approach apprQachcQmplelicn completion Graduating Graduatingfrom
from college c uJgl Ith the student receives receiveshis receives receiveshis
his first firstdegre degree from that institution institutionand
and subsequent post graduate de degree degree degree ¬
gree should be earned in and conferred con conferred conferred ¬
ferred by the University in which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the college col1egegraduafes graduates who can de devote devole devote ¬
vote the additional time and means meansrequired weansrequired meansrequired
required should be encouraged to topursue top toprsue
pursue p trle t their graduate or profes profession prof profsional professional ¬
sion sional studies for fc > r three or perhaps perhapsfour
four years more moreFor morel morelFor U1or U1orFor i
For a thorough application of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this Course ofrstudy o1 stud + each institu institution insL instituti tu tuti ¬
tion ti n of whatever Vhnle er grade must do doito doita doito
ito own work thoroughly t and welland well welland welland
and attempt 10 ioPat pirt nt of That of an in inslitutution institutution institutution
stitutution of a a higher or lower lowergrade lowergrade lowertrade
grade Thus Thust the le student shouldpass should shouldpass shouldpASS
pass from tbe tb e < kindergarten to the theprimary thepriman theprimary
primary to the grammer schoolfrom school schoolfrom schoolfrom
from the grammer school to the thehigh tbehigh thehigh
high school from the high school schoolto s hool hoolto
to the college and from the college collegeto
to t tlie tqt th UnivetsitS y catering terin each in institution inJiH inittition ¬
s stitution JiH ittition tion as a rule in the lowest lowestf
f < s sclass
sdasc class s of that iustiiutioti and passing passingthrough pnssingthrough passingthrough
through 0 its entire curriculum to tolie toThe
The lie department d rtment steeled ected No other othercourse otherCOUfSC othercourse
course than than this can assure assurethe a5urethe assurethe
the successful l working 1 rk1 1g of any anyr anyri re resystem regru
i gru J11 > arL tor orl > r ietl system s stem of ofinstruc ofinstrucot instruc instrucIt
ot otIt Jllizetl
It Y is I s µ very e ecolleges r true rwe t that roost of c > l our ourcolleges If IfccMle
colleges ccMle in this country C04u try had con connectedwith connected conneeted
nectedwith nected with itb them i in their t ir origin originpreparatory oriJiuprepQrato originpreparatory
preparatory Jtl departments AS a neces necessity 11tCCSsit necessity ¬
sity sit to their existence This neces necesatyjhfcs necest necesmtltt
atyjhfcs mtltt t hts s existed exist u VhlsJState h1s ll1te and in insome in5011C insome
some cases tny tN still exist and it itshould itkbouki itshould
should not be t > e condemned Cob4em ed while whilecirqul whilecix
ctrquiHilflHoes cirqul cix uis tancesreduire lll require it But un untlcrour unt3 unkz
tlcrour t3 kz r ottr tttp1 plan < 31rio no preparatory depart departXBCttlS departmetiS departcan
XBCttlS can ca caOurl1Ift Vii ViiOur CXJSt
Our Ourl1Ift iUwrveffifcies uhre a e of later latergrowth latero
growth o with iMi a l1jiti1 w wfcfa tk scarcely rcciy an ane
e cce ptioh ha imfe i i traastion period periodlarge periodwith 40rioc1 40rioc1Ia I
with Ia large 11 wiwiergraAiMUe ad rMt1 otessas otessastrtw dui duihis
JTh his wt Wlili1 trtw tnyf t of wu 1 OWIt t Ltti Lttit 1t 1tty
ty t es to oa c With Withthis th I Il1s
this l1s s ow a pat have + e wo wofor iocaatro I ICOIttro
COIttro 4 4work for it i t ialc doing + irmg I rxcrt rxce tcdeat e rut t twork i iwork 1
work Its It ckcwmstwice citt1t cktna at t thi thistage t1 St StreqQi l lwire
stage require rq rqsit wire tnfc tbaia Ijrt lJrItue lJrItuesaYjll met metsay
say saYjll sit JHSt here tit the Stat Ct Cniaege Cniaeger Coi e efor
for r Vomca W Votae of e ai 2tlt vwiif + t 9ispts tU to do fat fatwornett J r rworae romell t
wornett worae w what the t a ttgrahttr J Jig sef
4 4d 4dc
partment of our our ur University doesfor does doesfor doesfor
for men After the high school schoolcourses 5boolcourses schoolcourses
courses the State says that it is i3better i5better isbetter
better to educate our men and andwomen andwomen nd ndwom
women wom n in separate institutionsprobably institutionsprobably institutions institutionsprobably
probably upon the theory that co coeducation dr dreducation coeducation ¬
education has the disadantage oflessentDg o olessening
lessening mans respect for woman womanhood Womanhood womanhood ¬
hood and for making some women womenmauish womenmanish womeninanish
mauish while separate education educationhas n nhas
has the advatage of solidarity in individuality individuality individualit ¬
dividuality + and simplicity of educa educational educaLional educetional ¬
tional environment certainly not notbecause notbecause notbecause
because there is any any distinguish distinguishable di tinguisliable ¬
able difference between betw en the mind mindof mindof
of man and that of woman There Thereis
is perhaps no subject Whichwomans which whichwomans whichwomans
womans mind could not under understand nnderstan understand
stand stan but there are many technical technicalstudies tecbnlcalstudies technicalstudies
studies in which she would not be beinterested beinterested beeinterested
interested while on the other hand handthere handthere bandthere
there are studies peculiarly adapted adaptedto
to women So with no break in inthe inthe inthe
the plan and with but little littleaddi littleadditional tddi tdditional additional
tional expense to this great com commonwealth commonwealth cornmonwealth ¬
monwealth the College for Women Womenis
is set apart as a necessary element elementin
in our great organized scheme sch me of ofpublic ofpublic ofpublic
public instruction instructionWe I
We present this bare outline of ofthis ofI ofthis ofthis I
this coordination and correlation correlationof
of our educational institutions as asau asan asan
an ideal system the t e spirit of ofwbich ofwbichit which whichit
it should be our t aim to
acquire but which we cannot ex expect expect s sPect ¬
pect to o see s e fnlly realized for several I
years to come co i ie e y twt ujf LQ1rclBSnow tfd f fes 4s now uorrWe
We must devote olft l er r rto > iJ iJto JL JLto
to the education of the people leatJWing lea lealug
ing them little by little to give theschools the theschools tbeschools
schools the right of way and to take takethe taketbe talkethe
the education of our children as amore a amore amore
more serious matter Profession Professionally Professionally ¬
ally trained and efficient teachrs teachrsmust teachrsmust teachrsmust
must be put in charge of our schools schoolsand schoolsand schoolsand
and school machinery Fads andfaddists and andfaddists andfaddists
faddists must be gradully elim elimina eliminated na nated ¬
ted The men in the colleges and andhigh andhigh nd ndhigh
high schools must know each eachotber eachotberbetter other otherbetter otherbetter
better There must be a full fullttn fullttnderstanding un understanding understanding
derstanding as to the joint jointtuJt jointtuJtwhjc tickk tickkthere ta k kthere
whjc b 11 iD iDthere
there must be mutual confidence confidencebetween confidencebetween confidencebetween
between the high schools on the one onehand onehand onehand
hand and the college and University Universityon Univ rsity rsityon
on the other These are some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the conditions which must be met metbefore metbefore metbefore
before we can attain the ideal whichthe which whichthe whichlhe
the State by legislation has set be before before before ¬
fore us usDo usDo usDo
Do you ou ask what is the spirit behind be behind behind ¬
hind all this organization of our oureducationol oureducationol oureducationol
educationol machinery and the cost costof co costof t tof
of the same at the hands of the thecommonwealth thecommonwealth thecommonwealth
commonwealth It does not seem seemnecessary teemnecessary seemnecessary
necessary to pursue the obvious obviousbut obviousbut
but let me recall to your minds afew a afew afew
few suggestions which as citizens citizenswe
we need to have impressed upon uponus uponusagain us usagain usagain
again and againEducation again againEducation againEducation
Education is development of ofcharacter ofcharacter ofcharacter
character and democracy requires requiresthat
that the State Stateshall shall furnish to the thechildren tbechildren thechildren
children of the State development developmentin
in all those elements of character characterwhich characterwhich characterwhich
which are essential to good citizen citizenship citi1enship citizensship ¬
ship If we are to be a free self selfgoverned selfgov selfgoverned
governed gov rncd people we must be a pea people pe0ple peapie ¬
ple of self governing individuals individualsIf
If we e are to be h < n 1 people Ple of free self selfgoverned selfinJivldua1
governed 1 overnrtl individual each indi individual Jndividual iadividuat ¬
vidual in this nation mist miisUH ht educa educated educatcd educated ¬
ted to understand himself the world worldhe
he lives in the men and women womenwith womenwith omeawith
with whom he is to live e and theM the thetnws th thmw
M tnws s bids govern both the world worldof
of matters and the world orld of manHe man manHe manRe
He must not only onl be educated to toknow toknow toknow
know these laws but be must mu t be betrained betrained betrained
trained to conform his life to them themNothing th themNothing mr mrNottling
Nothing less than this will make a atree atree atree
tree self governed republic republicThere repubhcTbere republicThere
There is much sagacity gncit in in those thoseold tb tbold thoseold
old letters of Rudyard Kiplingupon Kip1 Kipling Kiplingupon ng ngupon
upon American life He sin ws us usthat usthat usthat
that a great many things here in inAmerica in inAmerica inAmerica
America which we have credited creditedto
to our democratic policy pobCha have ve reallybeen really reallybeen re2lJybeen
been due to our ease and the lackof lack lackof Jackof
of congestion and stress The time timefor timetOr timefor
for the test of our democratic democraticstrength democraticstnngth democraticstrengtb
strength is now at hand We are arenow are1lGV areflaw
now TO search more deeply the theibe thethe thethe
the principles upon which wbkbwe we have havepretended bavep havepretended
pretended p tended to live we are called to toaa toaIntdligcnt toaw
aa aIntdligcnt Intelligent democracy Wewiust We Wewnst VeWit
wnst Wit train up boys who trill be fitfed fit fitled fitd
led lo 0 be kings kin If this country is isi to to tor
1 1w
0 0F
r t
r 1
be 1Oiled Oiled aright by men who are all allkings allJfD allkings
JfD kings Our schools must supply supplytBatcttlutre supplyfija supplyflat
tBatcttlutre fija flat culntrend and education necessary necessaryfermake necessarymake necessaryfonake
fermake make a man just and firm ofrpose of ofpurpose ofTpose
purpose Tpose rpose whose mind is shaken shakeneither shakene1tber shakenatelther
either by the loweringcountence loweringcountencefhe lowering conntence conntenceof
of fhe the tyrant nor by the fienzy ofthe of ofthe oft
the t populace populacecommandiug commanding coursesof courses coursesof conrsesqfpoUcy
of qfpoUcy policy Ina In State thereforel therefore thereforewhich
w which l ich is isone ruled Tuledbypnblic by public opinion opinionone
one one of the qualities which a liberal liberaleducation liberalJlC liberale
e education JlC ttcatto tion onion nAttcatt should most distinctly distinctlyOIM
OIM ri a itw to impress is is firmness to resist resistpolitical resistpQ1iticalpressurewhen
political pQ1iticalpressurewhen shoal pressure essure when exerted in intjpe int in int
tjpe t wrong direction In a country countryeours countryllkeours
llkeours 1 eours liable to be swept bys by byIts byYs
Ys Its s of emotion not to say pas pass
s s n the aim of education is toe tocitizens to tocreate
create e a class c1a of citizens trainedf trainedsocial trained
f r social leadership and yet ableto able ableto I ItQ
to tQ > stand > taooon on their guard against againstsensationalism againstsJ againstL
sensationalism sJ L z tionalism and to distinguishlietWeen distinguish distinguishbetween distinguishtween
between tween true and false patriotism patriotismkd
aid kd to uphold uphotdtbe the claims of justice justiceand jnsticeabdbonor justiceand
and abdbonor abdbonorW honorwe honor honorWe
We need to be reminded often oftenthat oftent oftenthat
that t at we are engaged upon the thegreatest thegteatest thegreatest
greatest experiment in in selfgovern selfgovernnfent selfgovernfeat
feat iuent r the world wandremarkable has ever seen Our Ourremarkable Ourremarkable
remarkable progress should not notblind notb notbhttd
blind b iIld m its to the inherent danger of ofa
a republic r We have enjoyed enjoyednatiouall enjoyedt1 enjoyedntiodall o
natiouall t1 existence for a little more morethan morethan morethin
than one o e hundred d and twentyfive
years ears Athens when she fell before beforetke
the t usurpation of the tyrants had hadb6ea hadb badhundred
b6ea b a republic one hundred and
years ars Rome when she sur surher
her h r liberties to the keeptindtrw keep keepvinder C
vinder tindtrw i4 < bad been a repub repubInf repubi
Inf i t qg of a Caesaif c Sii Jv v y years I IHe IIi IIic
He Ii four hundred and anUlSr and ni me Of Ofdo ofdo ofdb
do DOt wish to pose as a heriia heriiaa her a
cs but there is sno no use inshutting mshutting
shutting 1 t uour our eyes ey S to t apparent con conditions condit condi ¬
ditions dit di r tioos JDS r
1Ia Mankind kind is not yet very far on onthe onthtroad ontherod
the thtroad road to the millennium nor i iitlikely iit1ikely ig igwhile
itlikely to be sonitture so while human humannature humanbire
nature bire k MSO so unregenerate unr enerat The Thewlraacing Thei
at wlraacing vaactng i C tide of socialism the thethe th thefrItctt i
frItctt red3etatesofanarchy d ist l of anarcbr the theprinciples I
1 PUililrw a f U falaeverttment fa1Je1 fa1Je1principles
principles of government go verttment can only onlybe onlybemet onlybe y
be bemet met by educating the masses massesand massesand massesand
and making our general publicfamiliar public publicfamiliar publicfamiliar
familiar with true economic princi principles principles principies ¬
ples plesTo
To bring economic science inreach in inreach inreach
reach of the masses is the vital vitalprovince vitalprovince vitalprovince
province of democracy There is isonly isonly isonly
only one thing that can effectually effectuallydo
do this thisthe the education of the masses massesand massesand massesnci
and a continuous drill in is the princi principles prindpleSuf prt prtles nci ¬
ples pleSuf P les of social and political economy economyon
on Pon the minds of our future citizens citizensThis citizensThisis citizensThis
This Thisis is the only inoculant to per perfeet perfeet perfeet
feet our body politic It is an old oldsaying oldsaying oldsaying
saying that every artisan philos philosophises pbilosophises philosophises ¬
ophises in his own way but theState the theState tbeState
State may well assume to teach him himthe hiqltheright himthe
the theright right way This little poem poemrepresents poemrepresents m mTepresents
represents the spirit of true demo democracy democracy democracy ¬
cracy ud d independence of sturdy sturdyman
man hood which it is the province provinceof
of erv e O State in the Union and in indeed indeed indeed ¬
deed of free America to carry into intothe intotbe intothe
the wide wide world worldHow worldHow
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How happy la i he born and taught taughtWho tauRbtWho taughtWho
Who servcth not Another will willWhow 91111WhOle willWhose
WhOle armor in Whit his honest k esl thoughtAga thought thoughtAmi thoubtA5
Ami A5 d simple truth his brightest skill skillWhoe 11dUVho skilltVhowe
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Wfeove W oee soul ia still l1 prepared p preparedNot for death deathNot leathNot
Not tied unto the world by care careOf careor rareof
Of princes ear or vulgar breath brealbWho MealhWho breathWho
Who God doth < late and early pray prayMore praMore prayMore
More of his grace than goods to lend lendAnd teneod lendAnti
And od walks with man from day to day dayAs dayAs dayAs
As with Uk a brother and a friead frieadThw frieadTbi friendThis
This man is fr freet d from servile bonds bondsOf
Of hope to rise or fear to fall fallLotd tallLord U ULotd
Lotd of himxrlf him < etf 1f though not of lands landsAud JandaAoo landsAnd
And hare nothing yet hath all allTHE allTIlE 11 11III
A COttEGt PAPER THAT IS ISSprightly ISSp ISSprightly
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The First Game With Rollins RollinsPlenty RollinsPlenty RollinsPlenty
Plenty of Good Points Snappy Plays and itpJVkJtory andVictory andVictory
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Dixie DIxietiag Betetiftg Society SocietyThrD1xkLiterary Se SdetyTheDkLiterary e y yTh
Th ThrD1xkLiterary Society Soci ty met metin met metin metin
in regularsession regnlars ion last Wednesday Wednesdayevening Wednesdayevening Wednesdayevening
evening in Chapel Hall with Presi President President President ¬
dent Sanborn in the chair All Allpresent Allpresent Allpresent
present were enrolled as is charter chartermembers charhrmembers chartermembers
members The Theminntes minutes of the last lastmeeting tastmeeting lastmeeting
meeting were omitted the secre secretary secretary secretary ¬
tary being absent absentThe absentfhe absentThe
The secretary of the committee committeeon
on constitution and bylaws report reported ¬
ed The report was adopted with witha
a few alterations aud were declared declaredthe
the laws of the society societyThe societyThe societyThe
The president bad been elected electedat
at the previous meeting meetin but the theelection theelection
I Ielection
election of the other officers had hadbeen badbeen
been deferred to t this time Jt r fl was wasnext wasnext
t tnext
next in order The officers offiterselected offiterselectedwere elected electedwere electedwere
were as follows Vicepresident VicepresidentD
D S Bryan secretary H HA HAFelkel AFelkel A AFelkel
Felkel treasurer T Z Cason A AClyde AClyde AClyde
Clyde Evans critic sergeant serge nt at atarms atarms atarms
arms Carlos Canova OanovaNext CanovaNext CanovaNext
Next was the regular debate
D S Bryan A Clyde EvansNIG Evans EvansNEC EvansNSG
NEC NECBurton NSGBurton NIGBurton
Burton Barrs T Z Cason CasonQuestion CasonQuestion CasonQuestion
Question Resolved Rer lved that coedu coeducation coeducation coeducation ¬
cation is more beneficial to both bothsexes boththa1 bothsexes
sexes than separate sep ra e education educ tip h
firmattve won mamnions mamnionsShands au O us usit
a ttr it r tsfield eld Shands Shandsly handsy handsyand
ly lyand y dces dcesand
and Powell n
The committee committeepointed committeepointed
program am w 4 4Pointed
pointed the members being Bryan BryanCason BryanCason i iCason
Cason and MoremanThe MoremanThe Moreman MoremanThe
The society has arranged arranedto arranedtohave to tohave tohave
have frequent public debates to towhich towhicb t o owhich
which everybody is invited They Theyare TheyarP
lar arP are < to ton0untmtb count a in th Qe j lcc ttp n J ° of o t tdebating tbe tbedebating 1c 1cdebating > >
debating team of the University UniversityThis
This team will debate other col colleges colleges colleges ¬
leges and when the debaters have havebeen bavebeen havebeen
been sifted down to the best two a ahot ahot ahot
hot wrangle must ensue before beforethey beforethey beforethey
they lose
Your Yo r Town Paper PaperDo aper aperDo
Do you appreciate and patronize patronizeyour
your home paper and say a gooddword good goodword goodword
word for it to others The news newspaper netSpaper newsspaper ¬
paper is the most exacting business businessin
in the world the most trying in inevery inevery inevery
every way It means longer hours hoursand hoursand hoursand
and the greatest reatest care in its conduct conductThe conductTbe conductThe
The newspaper has the entire pub public public public ¬
lic to deal with It is criticised on onevery onevery onevery
every hand It bas to deal with withall withall withall
all the community and to do this thissuccessfully tbissuccessfully thissuccessfully
successfully requires judgment and andpatience andpatience andpatience
patience It has power pow r and that thatpower tbatpower thatpower
power to the credit of journalism journalismis
is nearly always wielded for the thepublic tbepublic thepublic
public No questiOn of vital con concern concern concern ¬
cern to the people fails to find a astrong astrong astrong
strong support from rom the paper and andthis andthis andthis
this too without remuneration remunerationThe
The publisher j spends his money mone to tofurther tofurther tofurther
further tnese projects and the thecorn thecornmunity com community community ¬
munity never gives a thought to tothe tothe tothe
the matter of cost to him It is isnot isnot isnot
not paid out of the public pocket pocketThe pocketTbe pocketThe
The newspaper wants every con concern eGnccm concern ¬
cern to prosper Why should not notthis notthis notthis
this good be mutual To make a aprofit aprofit aprofit
profit the newspaper must have a aliving aliving aliving i
living rate for the paper and its itsadvertising itsadvertisioi itsadvertising I
advertising space paceEx paceExOne Ex ExOne
One of the most notable of the thespecial thespecial thespecial
special days at the Florida State StateFair StatfFair StateFair i
Fair period riod will be Woodmans WoodmansDay WoodmansDay VoodmansDay I
Day for l r which whi b November 21st Ist has hasbeen basbeen hasbeen I
been designated in honor of the theWoodman theWoodman theWoodman
Woodman of the World Among Amongthe I
the various features of entertain entertainment I
ment arranged by Woodmen for forthis fortbis forthis I
this occasion is the most brilliant brilliantilluminated bril1iantilIuminated brilliantilluminated I
illuminated parade ever seen in inFlorida inFlorida inFlorida
Florida participated parti pated in by Ye YeMystic Yelystic YeMystic
Mystic Krewe of Forty Fnonv FnonvFellows FannvFellows PnmwFellows
Fellows and several thousand thousandother thousaodother thousandother
other Woodmen A coaspettve coaspettvedrill competivedrill I
drill between the uniform ranks of ofabout ofabout ofabout
about 15 camps of F1ori Florida < a and andGeorgia andGcorxia andGeorgia
Georgia will be another feature featureMany featu featureMany re rebuy
Many of the 1 leading ding Woodmen of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country CO Dtry will attend and de defiver doliver deli ¬
li fiver ver addresses Including Congr c cmaa esa esatitan s sm2D
titan Shepard S be of Texas AU other othersecret othersecret othersecret
secret and fraternal orders repre represented reproseated represented ¬
sented tn in Tampa will arrange to toentertain toentertain toentertain
entertain visiting vui JIg friends thruoat thntootthe thruoatthe thruoatthe
the Fair
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Since the theg game mc with Mercer M ltiercerthe ltiercertheUniversit rcert the theUniversity e eUniversit =
Universit l tIm tt am a ii has l 1eeu 1k eu constant constantly constautIy
ly practising practi in and Utl utilizing to good goodadvantage Coadadvantage goodadvantage
advantage the fine points of the thegame thegame Op Opgame
game demonstrated to them on the thefield thefield
J i
field of their first and only defeat defeatCoach defeatCoach k kCoach
Coach Forsythe has been working workingthe
the small squad diligently and andwith andwith andwith
with success and was able Friday Fridayto R Rto °
to put out a much better team than thanthe thanc thanthe thanthe
the one used the vi 1 I
Saturday previ previous pre Prevsous ¬ l
ous ousThe
The two teams were on the neld neldat Jd
I Iat
at three oclock passing the balland ball balland b l land
and running signals preparatory tothe to tothe tothe
the contest contestbetween between the college ege of ofSouthern ofSouthern ofSouthern
Southern Florida and the Univers University i iity
ity To a casual observer o neither neitherside f fside j jP
rt rtside
side seemed to have the advantage advantagein P >
in weight or hardihood Two Twoteams Twoteams > t
teams more evenly matched would wouldbe
be hard to find All looked eager eagerto A Ato
to start to work A large crowd crowdgathered crowdgathered crowdgathered
gathered to wituess the game and andthe andthe r rthe
the student body fumed but enmasse en nt11UJSseMr enmasse
masse 11UJSseMr Mr S A Sanborn leader leaderof
J Jof
of yells and college songs stood in inthe inthe ° i ithe
the middle of the group and loosed loosedhis loosedbis loosedhis
his lusty lungs through the mag magnificent ma1nificent ¬ Ic Icnificent
nificent medium of a massive mega megaphone megaphone ¬ q qPhone
phone The cheering was vocifer vociferous ¬
ous and encouraging encouragingAt
t At three fifteen the whistle blew blewand blewand blewand I
and the pigskin went twisting twistingthrough t twistingthrough n2 i ithrouch
through the ambient atmosphere atmosphereinto
into the arms ot Thompson the theUniversity theUniversity
University quarterback who ad
it fifteen 5 sr e yards ands before be heile bevat
va vat while ile the piled iJed up
lug in downs was dL disentanmass disentang disentangmass entang entangmass
mass of human j Cbeing Cbeingling being beinglin beinghug
ling lin itself f Jf the thesigaal signaffS signal ttt tttcalled in incalled incalled
called and as sooitas all wet wetJullback wJl wJlIIJJ t tper
per IIJJ rt xttt > ctdc k kfullba c a a a afullback
fullback fullba 1 went through centi centifive center or orfive for forfive
five yards yardsThe yardsThe yardsThe
The scrimmages s were pretty all allthrough 1111through allthrough
through the half Seesawing Seesawingbackward Seesawingbackward Seesawingbackward
backward and forward from one oneend oneend J Jend
end of the field to the other the theball theball t
ball almost invariably going over overon overon overon
on downs the two teams played playedthe
the twenty minutes The first half halfended halfended halfended
ended with the score 0 to 0 and andthe andthe andthe
the ball in the center of the field fieldExcitement fields fieldsExcitement 1 1Excitement
Excitement ran high Every Everybody Everybody
body was yelling and anxious for forthe forthe
the tbesecond second half to begin The two twocoaches tworoacbes r rcoaches
coaches were talking earnestly to totheir totheir totheir
their men who were resting re itini at opposite op opposite opposite ¬
posite en ends of the t h field of contest contestWhen coDtesrVhen n nWhen
When the whistle blew for play playto r J
to resume the two teams wore worelooks worelooks worelooks
looks of nerve and determination determinationon
on their faces Rollins received receivedthe
the kick and the first scrimmage scrimmagetook SCImmagetook
took place on their forty yard lineThe line HueThe lineThe
The ball remained in their territory territoryduring territoryduring iii iiiduring
during the remainder of the game gameNear gameNear J JNear
Near the end ent of the half Cor Corbelt Corbett Corbelt
belt ran twenty twentyfhe five yards around aroundleft aroundleft aroundleft
left end for a touch down iitsinterference His Hisinterference i iinterfereuce
interference was perfect and almostimpregnable almost almostimpregnable nJt ost ostimpre
impregnable impre nabte The crowd went wentwild A Awild > s swild
wild The hall was brought out outto outto f fto
to the twentyfive yard line and andShands andShands
Shands kicked a goal goalThe goalThe
The rest of the half aU was W2 only a afew afew
few minutes but the University Universityteam
team had the ball on the visitors visitorstwenty visitorstwenty
twenty yard line and going on for foranother foranother
another touchdown when the thewhistle thewhistle
whistle blew for the second twenty twentyminutes twentyminutes
minutes to end endThe endThe
The stars St2rsOD on the Rollins team teamwere teamwere
were we Green and Bet BcttLs 5 on the theUniversity theUniversity
University U n1vennty Handcocfc H a Ccc i C r or orbett h hbett f fbelt
bett and Eirtnan EirtnanThe HmwJThe 4 4The
The difference between the two twoteams twoteams r
a ateams
teams was in the plays Out boys boyshad boyshad
had been supplied with a masiIcant ojagaif ojagaifcent magfacent
cent series of plays by CoachForjtythe Coach i iFOfJ1the
Forjtythe and thef were used with wRbtelling withletting withleUing °
letting effect on the Inexperfeocd Inexperfeocdand i irua iruaand e eand
and unsuspecting unsuspectitsgvWtora unsuspectitsgvWtoraThe visitors visitorsThe Y 5i 5iThe
The University New i d
a great greataid greates 11 11aid
es esaid
aid to Gainesville Ga1 Gainesville esriJle as wdl we ell as ta the theUniversity liteU theVniversitY
University U iversit The prosperity lw ty of scoaitnanity s scoaitaymty S t tccm
coaitaymty ccm DJu ityis Js gtsaged CU red by tt ttpape its itsMv aewii > v
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