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Página 87 - 10,465 feet — Cinder Cone 6,879 feet — -Hot Springs — Mud geysers. Highest mountain in North America — Rises higher above surrounding country than any other mountain in the world. The greatest example of erosion and the most sublime spectacle in the world. The group of granite mountains upon Mount Desert Island. Magnificent gorge (Zion Canyon), depth from
Página 319 - teacher will realize fully his professional obligation and become affiliated with these groups as the first constructive act of the new school year.—Frank Cody, superintendent of schools, Detroit, Michigan. FOR yesterday is but a dream and tomorrow is only a vision ; but today, well-lived, makes of every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope. Look well, therefore, unto this Day, for
Página 156 - NY, World Bk. Co., 1922. 46p. Paper, 56c. HUDSON, WILLIAM HENRY. British birds; with a chapter on structure and classification by Frank E. Beddard. Illus. NY, Longmans, Green, 1921. 363p. $2. HUDSON, WILLIAM HENRY, and GUERNSEY, IRWIN
Página 129 - reaping and less of sowing, That's where the West begins. Out where the world is in the making, Where fewer hearts in despair are aching. That's where the West begins ; Where there's more of singing and less of sighing, Where there's more of giving and less of buying. And a man makes friends without half trying— That's where the West begins. [From the
Página 329 - North Central, including the States of Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Kansas; (5) South Atlantic, including the States of Delaware, Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida; (6) East South Central, including the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, and Mississippi; (7)
Página 246 - Columbia University. The program for the session on July 5 will include the following speakers: Mary Harris, librarian of High School. Santa Ana, Calif.; Joy Elmer Morgan, Editor of THE JOURNAL of the National Education Association; and Aurelia Henry Reinhardt, president of Mills College. Oakland, Calif. A library luncheon Thursday noon will be under the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth Madison, supervisor of school libraries, Oakland.
Página 360 - of the ministers of the Gospel themselves, if you teachers did not do your work well, this Republic would not outlast the span of a generation. Moreover, as an incident to your avowed work, you render some well-nigh unbelievable A' the top and left of this page is a reduced facsimile of the editorial columns of the
Página 87 - 46 hot springs possessing curative properties — Many hotels and boarding houses — 17 bathhouses under public control. More geysers than in all rest of world together — Boiling springs —Mud vulcanoes — Petrified forests — Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, remarkable for
Página 107 - equaled one. This fell on the class enroling thirty-eight pupils, and this number may be taken as the general standard. THE AVERAGE man must earn his own livelihood. He should be trained to do so and he should be trained to feel that he occupies a contemptible position if he does not do so.—Theodore Roosevelt. Size of Class - City
Página 114 - of equal educational opportunity, not merely for the purpose of enabling one to know how to earn a living and to fit into an economic status more or less fixed, but of giving play to talent and aspiration and to development of mental and spiritual power. ^RESIDENT WARREN G. HARDING—The Federal