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HEAVEN AND HELL
SCHOOL HONORED BY DISTIN
(Written by FranciB J. Duke, a otu
aent of St. Christopher's School,
Richmond, Va and published in the
Pino Needle, Oct. 28, 1921.)
Our school has not boon so hon
ored before in its history as It was
last Friday by the presence of the
Hon. William J. Bryan, as well as of
the Hon. John Skelton Williams and
Mrs. Williams. And it has not bo
fore, we say with absolute certainty,
had so very great a priviloge as that
of having Mr. Bryan, one of the truly
great men of our country, speak to
our boys that morning.
Wo gave thoso names above bold
ly, saying nothing of tho possessors,
for we know that explanation would
be unnecessary. Thoso are groat
names, and every boy in St. Christ
opher's School, down to tho small
est of all, knows tho meaning in
them and what they stand for, and
as an American his heart swells with
pride in them. And every boy
in school, because of his prido
in tho names, is also proud be
cause Mr. Bryan so distinguished our
school by spending tho morning of a
,:sit that was already far too short
L-r Richmond; each boy, moreover,
iB very, very grateful to Mr. Williams
for his thoughtfulness and goodness
in inducing our visitor to come, for
we wish to say that it is entirely to
his request that we are indebted for
It is not because of their American
pride in the name of Mr. Bryan, but
rather because of the power and the
strong truth and uplift in the speech
they heard that morning that the
bovs of school are more of men, fitted
better to lead good lives, because of
that day, than they were before.
It will never cease to be the source
of the greatest inspiration to the boys
who heard that speech, nor of joy to
the Headmaster and others who love
the boys, to throw their minds eye
back upon that morning and remem
ber the great lessons given forth in
Mr. Bryan's speech, of noble manli
ness and of right conduct of life, now
during school days and in tho years
to come and to remember at the
same time tho lessons taught by tho
life, and tho character reflected in
thfl life, of Mr. Bryan himself, les
sons of Christian resolve, of persist
ence, and of over-generous, self-foc-getting
As we listened to Mr. Bryan, those
lessons sank deep into our hearts.
Our attention was held as sad con
fession few hold it, our minds ab
sorbing the beauty of the thoughts
which the kind speaker was giving
in th fnrm that he knew we like best
of directness and simplicity..
The message was in three parts,
for three groups into which Mr.
Bryan divided the boys. That to the
youngest, illustrated by a comparison
with the brick, was somewhat as fol
lows: Each lesson studied was com
pared to a loose brick, in itself worth
little, but that helped with all the
others to make up the edifice of Edu
cation. This building is strong and
safe, but weakened, of course, and
made uglier, by every brick omitted,
each lesson left unstudied. Our wish
must bo to bo able in later years to
look back upon a fair and unmarred
edifice, built by our studious perse
verance. The illustration for the middle
sized boys was the axe-the axe dull
and sharp. The subject was the
great and general desire of young
school-boys to quit their studies and
go to work. The untrained brain Is
the dull axe; the sharp and active
mind is the axe sharpened on the
grindstone of school work for the
task of chopping up the great tough
woodpile of Life's Work. That is a
message that for the straightforward
. .11. n,nori in th nfirfficfc . illus-
i-t win bo taken straight to heart
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and long remembered.
To the older boys, who are already ,
ablo to. understand to soma extent
tho value of study, the messago was
difforcnt. For them tho all import
ance of right spiritual and moral
guidance for' tho power gained by-tho
education of the mind was shown and
dwelt upon. Like the buzzard and
tho bee, or like tho stagnant, of
fensive pool and tho running spring,
said Mr. Bryan, the selfish, tho self
contered man, and the generous man,
tho man who lives for others, go
through life. The buzzard livoo for
nothing but to find, only for himself,
sustenanco not of tho finest character.
Tho pool recoivos, and docs not give,
but stands useless and disliked. But
tho bee, with its Instinct for sweot
neas, livos a busy, happy Hfo, and
dies, as men ought, leaving a gift to
those that it leaves behind to lceop its
memory sweet. And tho spring gives
as it receives, refreshing tired men
who pass by.
Lot that be our conception of life,
gained from Mr. Bryan, to be romom
bored always. Wo can never thank
him enough for tho good he has done
Tho school also feels very sinccroly
heart felt gratitude to Mr. Williams
for his kind Instrumentality in se
curing for it that memorable visit.
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