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March, 193 L
TjotDe'er it be, it seems to me
4 Ins onlu noble to be qoo6.
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°K,m6 hearts are more than coronets,
An6 simple (aith than Norman hloo6.
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THE PELICAN
Deuofed fo f/ie /nftres/s o/ the Louisiana Stale Schcol jcr the Cea]
UOLUME 51
MARCH, 1931
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NUM5ER 5
English Over the World
By James Ranhin /liken
' \niih ii^Kl fr-»ti The I-tnoknutti (September, '.Xt\
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"li ———
|-;U' Y (iHen you iii;i.v see in t he
p;i pers sij^ns of tlic progress
of Knirhsh toward world­
wide u:-e. These forecasts art> accompan ifil by emotional out bursts
ran^tnu; from Uisse- to hurrahs,
for t here is nothing \vhicii arouses
the ^troiij^er intellect ua! passions
as MMifh as t!it> question of how \Ve
sliall speak'.
(•'rei| iieiit! y 11 rest' I.its of news
1ai\e thf form of reports, written in
the quaint journaleM 1 of our tlay.
\\\:i,\. Me.xiroor I'ei'sia ort'hile has
hauiied or v ill l>;\]\ <.;ir I0n<^lish \:i,\<i««rs for fear its Mat ivc rliiUlren \vi!l
COIIH- to thinl\ our tonirue more
a(^reeul)lt' than tlieir own. Now
ami ihfM 'he items mer«'iy inforjn
the |Hi'«lic that Klitrllsh h;i> heen
adoptetl as the oi'tiral laiivruaye of
another international i.'athi i rin«r.
( >ne ami all they point to t he \vorid
domination of Knirlish. lii<e it or
not as \ i tu may .
The foil!' Word
pence p|;in "Make
Kveiyhod.V Spe;H< KllLTlisll." \\hlell
HtMiry Kord formulated some years
since, is not logically a reason for
the universal use of our tongue.
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Any !an<4u;».ije. if spoken every­
where, would make for world peace,
ll is not numbers, nor politics, nor
trade, nor the talki"S
the four
reasons most frequently ^ive.n
which make- Kn^lish a ^ood lan^naj;e for tin' \vorldto u>e. These
are merely thi" the accidents of ;i
hcneticent fate. They do not perntratetlie tr;;e inwardness of tiie
matter.
First, nu'nhers. \Ve ;i;'e tohi
that -J-Jd.dCO.tKIO people eitlu-r use
or understand Miifjrlish. ascompated
to only alutut iL'o.lKKl.ooo for Krench
and 1 liMKiu.nuti for (lerivan. and
these numbers ale ;:ii \ aiic.'ij a> it
tliey really meant anything. I'.uT
unless l'',nirlis!i is in itself a <_r oo<l
mid \vorthy lanu:;:a^e (n\- the \\orld
to use, all 1 he n simltei's in the u < irld
WOIl't Iliilk'e It -.•>
Second, potit.ics. The \Vorld Vi a r
unq;ie>t iiinalily enhanced m t n -men
dous measure the pre-«tiye o! the
1 AO iii'eat MnLTiish-speaU"HIJJ com­
mon \\ ea it lis. (Mil 1 local hoys have
been linancia II \ ad vising! most of
the «r;overiiineiils there ai'e. and
they have madevtood, too
Hand
THE PELICAN
in hand with American advisors
have gone liritish diplomats, and
together they have done much to­
ward bringing about world peace
according to the Ford recipe. But
is English a good language for
everybody to spe.ik'r
Third, trade. The American
dollar has swept the money mar
kets of the world, and the pound
sterling is not far behind it. Did
you follow the stock reports in the
late crash
oh. didn't you!
and
did you notice how securities all
over the globe \\ere affected:' It
was a touching tribute toourtinan
ciai leadership, liut if "dollar" is
not a better word than "franc" or
"lira." what do these facts mattery
Finally, talkies. Talkies made
in Hollywood are riding triumph­
ant over all the foreign bans, pro
pagandi/ing the Knglish language.
American edition, wherever the
sun shines. They may well prove
the most effective instrument yet
invented for spreading Hngiish.
liut ought Knglish to be, spread?
It is intrinsically a bcUer language
than I'Yench or German or even
Chinesey This is the moral ques­
tion which IUCKS behind the facts,
and tins is the question which we
must now consider, liack in •'><><>
li.C.. to take a parallel instance.
Hellenic Greek bicame a world
language. It supplanted to a large
extent many local tongues, among
them the Hebrew and Aramaic of
Palestine. Vet either was incom
parably a better language than
Greek, simpler, more effective,
easier to learn and to use. Fate is
playing on the nations today no
such shabby trick as when shecom
pel led the Jews of Palestine
learn Greek.
to
It is a curious fact that language
as we now know it develops not
from the simple to the complicated,
but the other way round from the
complicated to the simple. When­
ever we can trace more than one
stage in a language's history we
lind that the earlier speech is more
difficult, more unwieldy. Latin is
complication personified compared
to three of its n.odern children,
French. Spanish and Italian. So
far as modern Greek has changed
from ('lassie (Ireek. it hassimpli
lied, ('optic ha> lost many of the
complications present in the tongue
of the hieroglyphs.
To be sure, we have never met a
language a-borning, and so we .'-an
only guess that somewhere a stage
of simplicity must have preceded
those complications upon which outearliest gaze rests, liut that is a
matter of speculation. What we
do know as a present linguistic law
is this: time simplifies a tongue.
Gradually the language begins to
forsake its numerous declensions
and conjugations, its optative, cohortative, predicative moods, and
all the other flummeries of primi­
tive speech. Gradually there be­
gins to emerge a lean, efficient diale:-t.
This simplification has not al­
ways been considered a linguistic
virtue. The proper adjective to
use in d« scribing antique languages
was rich, and for more recent de­
velopments, degenerate or deca­
dent. What was the Greek" verb if
not rich, with the hundred vary­
ing dresses it might weary And
THK 1'KUCAN
docs not the mordern Knirli-h verb
display a decadence \erijin^ upon
shamelessiicss \vitli only two'.'
It
was
in
l-^'.i'J
that
a
scholar. ( M 11) ,)i 's| it 'I -,cii
Danish
pit net ii ri'i I
tins legend with a hod; --ailed I'ro
sjfivss in 1 jriULTua<_;'e: and since tln'ii
''decadence' ha-, had things al! its
own
way.
not''
('an
selecting
And
you
amonsj:
alter
all.
picture
the
why
yourself
11!
possiUle
forms of Ijoniis \\ln-n you ndiih! he
usin<jT the Millie word <Iood'r
So the first reason why
Knuiish
is the hest world laiiiruaue
is
that
it has earned ;hi> simplification
forms farther than
modern
has
I a iie'iia e'e.
any
hi
ol
other
i terma n
Anijflo American nations. No user
of our tongue need he repetitious:
he can vary his wonK \\ith syno­
nyms or near s\ nonynts in almost
endless Variety. The New <>.\ford
l)ictionar\ contains almost half a
million words.
Mas Knuiisl) IIO defects, to set a
irainst this fonniiia')ie array of
\irti:es'r
N'es. indeed.
\Ve have a
htid Mphahct. a lonvili oairof arti­
cles, a and the. and a ditfi Milt idiom
in prepositions.
lint on theothar
hand, we have a nat lira 1 irendcr. an
easy sentence order, and a splendid
tolerance of aImost any accent or
grammar so lonv,' as the ideas it
expresses he LJood .
li'llancill*^
(h-
modern l.uiu:nai;»."» has a IMMoaehed
lecis auains' virtues, we may iva
sona'nlv conclude that the applauders of World I'lnulish have a sound
linviuistic just ihcat ion
for their
choice, mm'COL:nixi«d as tins fact
may lie in their ey» s.
Uepnnted
Kll^jll*-! 1. Ill
from the L'eader's hiye.st.
it'ood still has six dres-es to
and in French four.
verh still counts jts
wear,
The (ierman
forms
hy
the
I'-nnUI'nl. and the
French
liot much hi'tter.
|)anish alone of
yern
i-
Its form ie--.lless.
A second <|ua 11ticat ion, scarcely
less important, is in-purily.
MULT
lish is jirohahlx' more impure than
any othi r tongue, ancient or mod
ern. Knj^lish picks up \\onis from
any lan<;u;i<ri' at all. and by tinprocess it has succeeded in making
itself international. Scarcely any
foreiu'iiei' learns h',niriish without
limiinLr many old friends in 1 he new
vocahulary.
Impurity is a i_r ood
i-lraructerist ic lor a world lansinaye.
Kntflisli iicser\es uni\ersal use hecau>c it js formless. im|)iire and
wordy.
\\Ordiinss is not usually
considered a virtue any more than
impurity is. hut words are tinwealth of the Knirlish. nmj the
riches of its \vord hoard ai>- onl,\
pa ra i leled hy the i > > - of the
•»•«
A NM1LK OK' TWO
One
(iredicts
a
future
for
the
scho:>li/oy who wrote the following
terse narrative ahout l^lisha:
"There was a man named Klisha.
Me had some hears anil lived in a
cave. Some hoys tormented him.
Me said: 'If you Ui ep on throwing
stones at me, I'll turn the hears
loose and they'll eat you up.' And
they did and he did and t he heals
did."
The teacher asked Johnny to
write a sentence containing the
word ' herois" Johnny's sentence
was: "A man sat on a chair. There
was a tacU on the chair, (h- rose."
THE PELICAN
<;!<;<>i;r,K C.OltDON
I
Class Notes
J
Alter the program. I'Vb. L'l, our
»jirls and boys plaved basket-hall
with tin- d'-al alumni of Now Crle
ans. Both of cur teams won, mak
in^ very hi^h scores. We should
like to play with the pupils of the
Mississippi School for the Deaf
next hasket-hall season.
Vvonne Delcambrc
——o——I have road "The Tempest" in
"Tales from Shakespeare".
1 am
reading "A
Midsummer Night's
Dream'' now.
i think these st«,nes
ai'e very interest snu; and 1 advise
all t tie older pupi Is to read I hem.
r'lora Belle Harielxm
_*% _ __. _
During our st udy t'oiir. Keb. Uth.
'we were so excited that we could
hardly study because we knew that
we were tfoin^r to the chapel to see
a picture about Lincoln's life.
Mr.
Numbers explained each picture to
us and we enjoyed the evening
very mud). \Ve are interested in
the lives of our ^reat i:iej).
La Verne T.itum
(Teorye (lordon llyroii was born
in !'>np;hmd i;i 17*"*.
lie was a fam­
ous poet.
He was very rich hut
most of his life was unhappy
He
fell very sick \\:th paralysis. ( me
of his le»;s became lame.
h caused
him to b" uniia|>py.
Before hisde.ith he wrote many
beautiful poems.
Many women
worshipped him.
He was popular.
He died in 1^'J 1 at t lie time of a
war he', ween (ireeceaud Turkey.
It was very sad.
He man led a woman but he lived
with her only for a year.
When
his wife passed away, society t urned
against Byron.
He was very dis
appointed and sad until his death.
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I saw
a
deal
school.
.leUel
colored
( 'hris'i mas v. bo
has
Nash
LMrl
la^t
ne^er been to
She Is sixteen
years old
and cannot read nor write.
! hope
that her pa re ills ser.;l her to school
belore
it
is
too
late
because -die
needs an education so that she can
becofie
a
Useful
woman.
her parents that
her t o school.
Last
i
told
they should sen:!
.1 ( '. | {a rber,
.! r
afternoon
the
-o———
Saturday
deaf hoys and <_'n-ls came in
llouue from
Kveryone is ^lad that spring is
here. The fresh j^reen leaves and
the dainty blossoms of the fruit
trees are very pretty and we know
that these trees will soon have
fruit on them.
We must not for^et the strawberry shorten l<e t hat
we have each sprinir but there is
another thine; which is not so
pleasant and that is spring fever.
Virginia \',ilardo
IIYKON
New
Baton
Orleans.
Thc\
attended the program L.'iv«Mi b\ tindeaf boys and vrirls in the
tlie i.eu school.
tic about
<_'\ .|i
of
We bad an acros­
Washinyitoii.
Ten
^rirls
and boys marched out on the staj^e
and alter they had Inished tall\me;
i wo hi iys ami I ma relied in
v\ it b
beautiful American Ha',' and
Ilk'e soldiers
while
they
"Salute to 1 he l-'iau"
a
stood
said
the
It u as line.
Martin llebcrt
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THE PELICAN
here and there, a \\ord ol sympa­
thy d H i in ii niomen' s of sorrou . lit­
tle Li'ilts to some unfortunate fluid,
I'ulilishi'd monthly
, .
,
the School
during
Year by the
At Hiitnii KoiijLfc. I,a.
c
in
that
lions manner
kindly
STATK SCHool. KOK THIS D10AK
c
always
•
has she
ol
of 'I'* 1 Slate
Kifiy r..|ii.s I'm- th" M-linr.l \ ••.•!!•
assume
lleaf.
School
F. C. Nuni)>i-rs. Jr.............. Editor
and
sl\ v ha •. come t IM' lie .vs t h; 1 1 ou r he loved Mincrinteiiden; is u'oinu' to
'
le;ive us.
'I'lic lioanl has U'mdlv
Uiveii
^
Mr. 1 1 iii-Uii hy .1 leave ol ;tb
•
SelH'e
to
Columbia
1al\e
ll!>
some
I 'ni\ ersit v.
\\'o|'|<
The
at
board
snoU'e
hiu'bU
1
^ • ol liis administration
heiv. and ii is uith n-rel that he
is leaym-.
II uo.tld i,
in Hi,- space :illo;te.i
detail as
to
bi'oii'j'lit iibout
a by 's
lion.
also
t )
his
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r.l bet t
beillLC
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1111 iiba I'd ca me
a
l)e;i ref
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to
flee mil! til all ali\ ho I y ill
co.ir-
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me iitlie: \\hat I MiinU
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Ins | >n v;ite a ml |iei'soii;i I
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of
in.vxdl'
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doctrine
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and it s no' a I \v a \ s easy to he true
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(irexxtu'c is
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HILT put on I mm tne oiit*>ii|e, andi
m|>| ,, p , 1 ,, ) . |1 , .„ -|(ins ., ,,. IM ,,,^ ,„.„,,._
to oil'' s sell
us to -o into
,,-,,„,,
the
imp. ovem-nts
ilni'iiiLt Mr. Iliick'
Al , n , | , | _
ti 1 1 een \ ea rs ol a< inn n 1st ra
The sadness uhich pervaded
of
I'or the .\e<jp;ro
our time bee uvp. he had the
ji i\e ;i 111 ii MI leri K ii t out, ot -| clca |-
lor
charge
Deal and I'..Hid. ill ildilllloli
Mrs. L. I'. Numbers. .. . Associate Kditnr
I . .1
111 P! 1111-s . . . 1 n-! ru i lor iii' 1'rint IIIK
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her
the State School
I'd ind. \\ill
) lie School I'ortlie
Sl'l'.sci; | |'TI i >.\ KATK
made
intei est tell
mlendeiit.
the
K. C. XIIII.IIITS, Jr. .......... Prim ip:il
unosteiita
Mr. A . .1. ( ,i Id \\ e,:. present super
,
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I ll'i 'K A l; V . . . . . . .SuiM't-intciidcnt
oiiiet.
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|.;, (>l
| ; y Ke|,x Sl.a.v .
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A n ( niiice t >\' |o\ ;i It y
pound ol i !• \eiiifss.
the iltlliosphere il tier t tie a II ! loll lice
liient of his U'iiv ill!/ fiiine is at
least
NITI XL IMi
some indication of the hi'_rh esteein
in which he is held.
The school
will
also sustain
hi <C loss in M I's. H liek'aiiv's h'a V HILT
^
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•
'
a
~'
Standing
shoulder to
shoulder
with Mr. lliicki'by in Ins el'l'orts to
build up the school durni!/ his |on>/
•
r
M»
TilK "''• U ' <;| ^''- N
,
Lal'e'e
, ,.
,
At ieiidailce
, /.
,,-.
\\-
\\itn.sse-.
• •
.
S pe
cial (icoree \\ ash l iiu'ton
adinitiist rat ion. sue has had a con
structive intliience which will Ions/
School lor the I leafs new S177.-.(inn
l)e relnein i lel'ed by I llosi • w ho Ullo w
blllldim/
her best
niuht
A I it t le boiupiet of (lowers
I'orlais ol
the
\\ere
Louisiana
thrown
I'or its lirst
open
pn'Dlic
State
last
jiroj/rani
THE PELICAN
when ;i s'H><-i;il enter! aimnont fea'ui'iii^' tlit 1
(leorti'e
Washington
hand woven rn;_rs and art pieces
were v iewed.
llonse dresses, bed
th nn ¥ \vas presented,
The st rnct ii re recent I \ com pldcd
at the rcai- of the tive-story build-
spreads, chi Id ren's eiothin«_r. nil
were displayed.
Men's coats and
shirts made by boy students made
me; on St. l-Vrdiiiand street has
been orciipied since January It.'.
interesting dis))lays.
All of the
materials hero are for sale at co^t
St.i;dents buy more material with
In addition to the program a dispia.V of liie product s of t he st ndenls
was made inchniinu be a id 11 nl. clev
er aiMi useful as well a^ ornamenta I
ai'ticies.
Ainoiin these wen- <|uan1 it ies ol' I a m-y 1 a bies. hi rd lion >es.
miniaiiire hoiise>. hiinp stands and
the 11 ke. in 11 iv ca I ii net -shop -,\ 1 lie 11
work is
laiiyflit
by
!•'.
A
lleard.
-the money and coiitinue their se\\
m<_r.
An i r t erevj j \\\r pn>e;rani w:is pres< nted. start inur a' 7 o ciock. Ap
|>ropna t e to ( ieor^e \\ a -h inu'ton 's
iiirthdas. the numbers \\ere enthii
s ; st ica I ly a ppla inlet!. Tin ^indents
perl'onned
and
ac1«-d
on
a
lai'LTf
I nc I nded in the i 01 >m a Iso were e\
st aii'e iii i lie e-\- inna>i mn a i id it on um .
hibitioiisol t he tn'int niir dejia rt incut
in tiie school and copies ot I lie
Tiie pro«_M'am was in charue ol
M rs. ( • race ('<>\'ey \vho was assisted
school paper as tar back" as l^'.M.
The present school paper is called
"The I'eiican" and is i--ed inmai:'a-
by Mrs. Leona N umbers. M iss Knt h
Wood. Miss A ii^n^t a l\ niv.ha Is. and
/me I'orin and edited by the school
principal. !•' (' Numiiers.
L. .1.
Holmes is in charge ol pi'intin^.
included (lances, a Mandrill, scenes
from 'vVaslnnulon's lil'e. an acrostic
The 11 On ,est ic science (iepa ft 1 lie lit .
in chai'j.'e of Mi^-- Aualha
and
other
"-.rood ies."
All w«>rt' at tnu'tiveiy
spread on a lar^'e t a ble handsomely
decorate,).
In another roots: \\ere
t||e
kitchen
et| II I plllellt .
'
.e
cieaii.
Next
cail.e
men; disnlay-..
||ead->
I ; 'e
the
|-',a-_;'
depalt.
M rs. Xel lie Spy ker
alld
i •>
a-~
<_'eo.~. I'.
Irma
Lei>
(ia/iaiid.
.1.
Leu is.
Waller Miller,
K'eailllliZS
\\esle_V
TIlolll.
ll'IIKI
I ,ee ' i .1: la :.: i.
\o\eity
clia'IX.
I'alice
and
Stunts
|)orothy
.\lltoinet!e
Haydei.
llobi
Illdiel't
jj,
,S, -el,
A wide variety of liandwork', in
clndiiiLT nninbers and
lumbers of
Marion
tileres
I'ercy
l:ice\\ofk.
lol
Sam I'aia/./.o. \Vai'ace I'ldwards.
Nel-on Krat/.er. La \ erne ( 'lenient.
toii.
-^ !1
embrolderN.
program
K'oi.idn n.\ .
A ntoiiiet te
Alma
('i nnea n\. Liaise
Lo\cil. Mary IJache,,. \ iri;ie lioiir
sisted by Mr>. C\ <;. Mc( iehee. ( ).
K'rueu'-r teacnes tailoring.
ol
I'riii
\ iru'ie I >our'_;"eois.
seAlPL:'
dep;i ft II 1C ||t
The
I )o!-ot by
llavdell
The food displays
were made by Mie pupils.
The nidnisers
loU s :
' i'li'^
and ca ni net... en a m bled and iminacnlatel\
and readings.
Madsen.
liad oriyina I displays o! tasty ca l<es,
of \ a rioiis li ues a nd ma l\es. nnm bers
of varieties of candies
Miss |-]d<_r ar U'obert.
-- ! : o; ;| t i ,e
.\ ( -i"^'"'
. ; ' • of \\ asll I HIT
Winni.-
\\atuins.
Thomas. Mamie 1,'ambtn.
llar\ey ('. remil lion. Lea Lambert.
( I rellii I! ion.
Maitill
llelielt.
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THE PELICAN
Martial Lalleur. ()<lallli;i Martin,
I'Ya/.ier Neill, Mail ha Laiulr.v.
Dance "Tin- Klcndin^ of the
Dorothy Sier
Ainei ica
Nation^'
Kratices Kiinj^uy:
spinski: France
I*.upland .Jewel N'-ish; Sweden
Verneii Heberi. .\lndred McLeod:
11 a ri '<• ls< >n :
Kiora lic,ie
Holland
(iciicva
('aidarera.
Miry
Italy
Yvoniie Del
(\ildarcra: Scotland
Ivna Sin il n
catnbre: Sna i n
|<'o I lowing the program and in­
spection ol t lie building l>y t he pub
lie basketball liaines between tiie
<4iris' and boys'teams respectively.
Is not to e;i\'e Us I acts, hut
leach us to rec'ien iy,e t hem.
to
Is not to (ill with knowledge, but
t" teach us how and where we can
readily tind out just what mlorma
t ion on any .subject we need and
when we m-eii it.
Is not to teach us to make money,
hut to nia ke a Mli.
is not to liiolil the characters ol
pupils accoidine to one set modi I,
!>iit develop each one's individual
i! y a nd enable him tii make t he
i)est possible Use of his special a p
K.\.
t it udes and ta lents.
<>t the 11 >c I I school a ll( I * lie Ne\\ < >r
leas deaf teams, were played.
(r. (V UucUaby is superintendent
ol the school.
-Tin 1 Mornnm Advocate
\ nder the able direction ol .\Ii~-.
Augusta Kur/.hals. formerly girls'
coach at the Michigan School for
the De;if, our twirls' basketbah team
Miss
is making rapid progress.
Kur/hals in addition to beinu,' a
seasoned phiyer. took" up special
hist
work in physical education
summer at Milwaukee StateTeachI 5asketb:ill practice
ers' College.
was delayiid this year until the
completion of tho new school build
iii'4 in which om !_?ymis located.
Quite a numher of |>i - actice jjiiinrs
have been played in vhich t he «rii Is
made a creditable sho\vn>ir.
Mr "Les" I'eehleshas built Up
a formidable team amoiiLT (he hoys.
Mi 1 . Walter Hcnni<.','a.n i>f the nor­
mal class has assisted <zre.it |y in
hoys
<'oaches and
work'
this
woi Icinj^ harmomoiisly toe'et her \vill
no doubt produce a team that can
hold its own against any ol' the
to
whom we hope
teams .vith
S'-iied'lle {^allies J)e.\t
>easOll.
Till-; IM'UrnSK < »!•' KI)I'« '.\TI( ).\
U not to save D.< from worlc. but
to t each us to w< >rlc uc!).
I-. not to «:i\e us thought, hut to
t e id l U> to t II I n k .
CoNX'KN
NKXT TKACMKK'S
TloN To MKKT AT \V I N M I'K.('..
t'AN A DA
A I
a special Illeetillir ot the
ecu! I v e ( 'omillll t ee ol
the
l'".\
('olUell
tion of At icrican Instructors of
the Deaf held at ( 'olorado Springs.
the
I'.t:!!).
Thursday. October •_>.
invitation extended by the authori­
ties of the Manitoba School for the
Deal to hold the Twenty Seventh
Meeting o| the ('onvention at Win
nipee;. Manitoba, during the \\eck
l!'J, I'.'ol. was ac
cepted .
I'nder t he direct ion nf Superin
tendent Thomas S. McAloneyof
(\ilorado Spriii'js, ('olitrado, i pn>
uramisnow bem<_j pi epm-ed. i'.very
(thase of the education of tiie t'eaf
will he covered b v ibis program.
The location ol the convention
city affords a utiKpie opportunity
to combine a pleHMire trip with a
profitable wet k ol dell i) M at it Hi on
Hie hi'-ThU siic.-iali/ed field ol ed
neat my the de,i I
Detailed announcement coverme
program \\ill be made public from
time t o t i t n e .
K. A C.I.TVKI,'. rivsident.
l< ;N ATI i s 1 5.H ti.'l.l.l.. Secretary.
Kxcll.llHM'
THE PELICAN
IP
bre;ul, hiscnit. bread, griddle cakes.
rakes. rookies and other kinds of
baking.
liiitter and cheese are made from
milk.
I'oth are wholesome foods.
('l)eese is best when combined with
other foods.
Dorothy Sierpinski
Shop Notes
TIIK T.MI.ni; SHn|»
M r. < ). K rue_rer is a tailor.
!h
t each e^ t he boys how to ma ke pants.
Ducre Simon is making some
woolen t rousers 1'or liim. Me almost
knows how to do it by himself.
Michael presses suit- for the old­
er boys.
lie is lioin 1.; to \\orlc on
his farm and Mr. Krue^er is very
sorry to see him MO.
Some other hoys do not know
how to press.
'I he tailor shop has a <i;is iron.
a sewing machine, and some differ­
ent colored spools of thread.
- ('la ude ('• uiliory
TIIST n!"KST!o.\S IN
IMUNTINVr
I. Mow many points 1 picaY
"_'. Mow many picas 1 inch':
.'!. Mow many square picas 1
square indiY
\. Mow many points I a«rate
line':
e. I lou many ayate lines
1
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Milk is an important food.
It
helps the oo;ly to j^row and remain
healthy.
We should drink niiUc
every da.\ .
We should not only use milk us
t'i. Mow thick is a '2 point lead''
7. Mow many '2 pt.
leads (\
points':
"v Mow many '_' point leads 1
pica:
'.'. M"w many •'• pt. slu«xs
1
pica':
1<>. What point type i> called
Nonpareil':
1'icaY
II. l''or \\hat purpose is a chase
a beverage but also in rooking,
We may use :t in calces, toast, pies.
used in printing:
I-. For what are quoins
custards, soups, bread, rolls, hiscnit. muffins, cornhread. cocoa, ice
(.Jnoin keys':
!•'•. Kxpluin
cream, candy, vegetables and in
ma nv ot her dishes.
Mere are some rules for taking
r: »' v "'' mill<
also its use.
II. l''or
what i> a romi'osini;
sti"k ',sed':
i;,. What kind ot work is done
MILK
1
.,
2
\\ e must lie sure to hilV
clean
used''
what au;'!!ey is and
'
Wash th- o.itsjdes ol the milk
on an iini)osin«j: st one :
, ,
1'' I 1 '"' ^""' |"«rp«>Ne is a pi not
bottle when you brin^ the mill' in
to the house.
:; Keep milk covered in a clean,
cool place. All ire box is the best
place
\ Sa\e any milk* which turns
souraiii) Use it in inaU]ii'_r corn
press used?
17. What is an em qu-idY
^ | (inv th|( k ^ , h( , ;; ,.,,, ,„. ,.,.,,
Illl llC.
.
la r space :
»'•'• \V| ' ; "
is r '" t ' t
THE PELICAN
Teachers 1 Locals
Mrs L P. Numbers Editor
The Mardi (Iras in Ne\\ Orlea.is
held thf interest of a irreat many
people in l.aton lloiiirf this past
month. Those ;it thf sciiool \vhc
took advantage «>t' tin- oppr.rt unity
to attend \ven> Misses Hicks. K'usse.ll, Marie Cintis. Uessie ('urlis,
draco Fields, Ruth Fields. Kuby
Mooro. Woods, Ivankin. Kurxhals,
Chinley, Mesdamo*. Jackson. Me
Neeley. I'erkins. and Mr and Mrs.
Numbers. The weather \vas ideal
and everyone enjoyed thf day very
li.
Miss Woods and Miss KanUin
make fretp.e n! trips to N«-w Orle­
ans in Miss Woods' speedy Ford.
Mrs Overstreet spent the we* |\end with friends in NCA Orleans
and remained over for Mardi (Jras.
Quite ;t few of the teachers went
on a fishing trip the other day. but
we suspect t hat the fish were bought
instead of caught . Anyway, they
enjoyed the outing in this wonder
full sunshine.
—— o——
Mrs.
O\ erst reel
entertained
several of her friends at a Sunday
nijiht supper not ionir a no
Those
who enjoyed her hospitality were
Mrs. S'pyUer. Mrs. Lyons and Mrs.
o
Mr. Numbers received word not
lonjjj nyo of the serious illness of
his mother ,il her home in Milline'
ton. Mary hind. Me left imme­
diately by train, and found upon
his arrival that, though she wa.s
seriously ill, there is some chance
for her recovery. After spending
several days there, he returned to
liuton lioue-c on Sun:hiy. Mardi
1st.
——O—
A bar-lo'tball irame was played
in the gymnasium on l-'riday niirlit
between the teachers and the
girls' tirst team. The vcort? was
:'.(> to 1O in favor of the f'irls.
The one sided score illustrates the
value of constant practice. Alter
alumni teams return to play names
against the regular scht.oi teams.
The scores invariably :»re in favor
of the school teams, u ho are kept
in better condition through con
sistent daily practice. However
credit shoulil he niven to theteach
ers for liavin^ a team and we
doubt that t lie re a re man y schools
whose teachers could make a better
shouinf. The
teachers
who
played were Misses Clii^iey. |\ur
xh.ils.
Ikiissell.
Marie
Curt is.
Woods. K'ankin and luey. I'lastoii.
The Louisiana <_r ree::s \\-|, icli e«.rale I our "Christmas table ' h s
year made us feel that spring can't
'•e fa r behind." < >ur eirls who sent
them knew that, it takes only a
small piece of mistletoe to start the
fun. We know that they nr.ist en
joy a tireen Christ in,>s for a ch;inir*».
but perhaps they miss a little the
jo.\ s of the north. This winter has
been so mild that outdoor sports
have been abundant.. Our hoys
ha ve become so proficient in making
hicUoi y skis that everyone has a
i^aily decorated jinir. which col
or the landscape when thev all ^et
Koiiitr.
N . I). Uanner
How come "our uir s?" \Ve
tiiouyht we had first, claim
llow
ever we cm understand. We're
irhid you enjoyed the u'l'ffi's. any
h o w.
11
THE PELICAN
Shreveport. We wonder if there is
any attraction up there.
Alumni News
———o———
Miss Ruby Moore, Editor
Miss Sadie No\vm,in of Alexandi'ia. is t he '^iiest of her sister
Mrs. I {on i )>r t here in town.
Miss
N'ewman is another former "jrl
of tliis school.
Messers Leon Simon. Sewani
Smith and Hcbert Mayer of ilaton
Ivolige, motored to New Orleans,
the tirst of tin.- year and joined
their many friends there at i party. They report, having
lad
a
glorii MIS t ime.
—o——
Miss Florence Itabington. a for
mef pupil of this school surprised
her friends her" one day recently
when she called for a little visit
Her
a mong tier old school mate>
friends Were glad to see he) and
hope that she will come again.
Tampa Tribune of a recent dale
published
the
loilowin^
item:
"Mrs. Arthur Spears,
formerly
M iss (leoriM'tte Duvai. whose mar
riap* on January 1st in Chicago
h;.s just been announced by her
parents. Mr and Mrs. I'. Duval.
•Jl.'i South Matanzas Street.
Mr.
Spears is a resident of Ivacine. Wis.
They will reside at
KM:! State
Street. Racine." Mrs. Spears ac
cepted a position last fall at the
liaton IvoiiKelLa.) school for the
deaf as yirls' supervisor, and dur
inv; the holiday vacation she left to
vmit in ('hicauo, and instead of
coming buck to her duties she con
eluded to plunge into the sea of
matrimony, and her venture was
pronounced a <;reat success.
May
the happy couple navigate the sea
without
i mishap that will mar
their -afety .OK! happiness!
()hio Chronicle
———O———
Mr (1. (1. (laiennie was transact­
ing business in New Orleans, re
cently.
He also had a most pleas
ant visit with
his mother1 there
and attended a meeting of the N.
K. S. |). at which time the members
elected
a
delegate to send
to
til"
National meeting at Boston in July.
M r. (la iennie was elected hy a large
majority and expects to be in |{<>s
ton for the occasion.
A former pu >\\ Mr \ivhie Nor
r"d paid avisit to his old alma mat­
er on t he '.Ith
He ief'i for Del roit.
Michigan the following day
The friends of Mr. L:.uis \l (laien
nie will regret to learn that his fa­
ther passed away on the I! 1st of
D.'c. Mr
(laiennie has the sym­
pathy of the alumni in his sorrow.
Mr
Herbert Mayer took' a few
days off around the tirst of l-'eb
ruarv and perambulated around
DKAK \V<)M KN PHONK IN
TKLKVISION TKST
Lip nvidin"; by television made
possible the Hist telephone con vt I 1
sat ion hy deaf persons, in an ex­
periment conducted in NYv\ York
City last summer over the circuit of
the American Telephone and Tele
«;raoh ('ompany.
Two partly deaf yomi": women
talked with each other over a nis
t a nee of two miles and also success
fully communicated \\ith persons
not previously known to them.
Miss Maris I'less. a teacher of lip
reading, whose heariii'_r is I'll) per
cent, impaired, was at one end ol
the line.
At the other was one ol
her pupils. Miss Kve'yn
Parry,
who is unable to hear even ordi
nary conversation.
They had no
difficulty in understanding each
other, or several men who partici
pated in the test.
Ml Airy World
THE PELICAN
12
Current Events
America has regained her former
place as t lie leading debtor nati-m
<>!' the world. This docs not mean
that the sheriff is ahout to nail bad
news on our mil iona I door but mere­
ly that foreign investments and de­
posits here, withdrawn during the
war period, have come back. I>r.
.Julius Kleiii, ol'the Department of
('ommerce, says that, Llie rayon in­
dustry, trasoline tilling stations, per­
fume laboratories and photographic
and cheinica I factories are anionir
the enterprise* \\ hieh ha ve ent iced
ne\v foreign capital. America is the
world's tfreat creditor yet, pa radox
ically, no count ry in history has
ever o\ved foreigner* so iniii h 111011The 7.00 at the City park has just
received a -triO-ponnd lioness, the
uil't of \\ Kijbert. a. t mveliny >how
man. who is leaving for Kuro;ie
and tinds that he is nnahle to taKe
with him the pair of lions he pos­
sessed, according to (Jeorjfe \V. (lari«x. city commissioner of public
pa rks a ml streets.
Late Isaac Iv Kmerson. "I'romo
Seltzer Uinvr." leaves estate esti­
mated at ^L'o.nuo.ooo.
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Kdison Medal f"r l'.i:;o is a warded
by American Inst it nte of Klectrical
Knixineers al New Yorl\. to Dr.
l''ranl\ ('onrad. ol I'ittsbiirLrli. for
his contribution to radiobroadcast
in;.; and short wave radio trans
mission.
Theie are I'.llM ways in which
children annoy parents, declares
Dr. Mandei Sherman. director of
< 'hild l\e>earch < 'enter, at Washing
ton following survey by '•'>- parents.
Harvard university refuses $lT).
000 ^ift of hue Albert K. Pillsbury
of Massachusetts to combat so
called feminist movement. Yale,
Princeton and Columbia were made
! he same offer.
_____^ r~t
:
World merchant ship tonnage for
!'.i::o totaling •_'.--'.>.<)<>() tons, is
highest since I'.'i'l and motorships.
fee tirst time, exceed all other
1yp"s. I'nited Slate rises from
lil'th to second place, with LMi'i.ds"
tons, but (I real Britain and Ireland
launch half the worid'> tonnage.
Will K'oLMM's posit !\ cly refuses to
have a telephone ill his Beverly
I! i i Is. ( ',i I.. home.
— -o-
\Vhen Km<_r Alfojiso talk's over
the radio lie nervously twirls hi.s
mustache.
BiMy Arnold, nationally known
auto racer. re|c,ses to dri\e on a
public hijihuay on Sunday ater
noon.
I' ipid tire l-'loyd (libbons is do
'HILT a coimnti for th«« New York
I'veniiiix World for which he <^ets
.•>."<)() her ueeic. and does it in his
spare Mine
o----
There Were ri.T'tM.TT'.l copii s of Bi •
ble issued in Ibis countr\ during
l'.i:!!> t).v American Bible Society, it
announces, heimr inerei'se of m:i
lion and a ha If over I'.rJ'.t
(IKKAT MIMTAiN
I 'rince < >f Wa les and I 'i nice
(ieor^e lea\'e London for South
American
tour in interests of
15rit ish t rade.
When L'tM) unenijilo"ed in Port­
land. ()re., are ^riven woi'k* shovelip'4 snow half of them have s!'.
overdue poll tax deducted from
pay.
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Mexico exports more than »'..
(X)O bunches of bananas vearlv.
TIIK I'KLK'AN
THI: UK is soMK xa roi; YOU
/\ A MKMBi>
i\
The American Association to Promote
the Teaching of Speech
to the Deaf
! t>\ A Irxiuidt'i 1 ( i;';ili:iiii lirll
It Mauds lor;
I-ietter Speech
Better Trained Teacher* in
Better K<i\(iftpeil Sclloox
It !>ri>inott's closer cooperation between tcachc. s. paivnts.
suiH'i'intt'iHlt'iitN. ami 1'i'ionds to scrvico UK- hiiilicst int»M>'sts of
I). -at' Children.
It (I i»i'iin nates lilt-rat lire in regard t< ( thf lioiif training ot'tlit
lit'at'. aus\\t'i's iii(|iiirii's Iroin all nv<-r llit- wori'l or. prolm-ms of
pai't'iit> and tt'aclit'i's of l>t i a!' <'hi Idrcn.
It
Thi' \'<>lt<t
.\ monthly ma^ax.itK' sent free to all ils members. The
cation carries in each INSHI' ;•, special si cl ion for parents
one lor teachers.
and
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i-:i-"ri-:<'ri\'i-: TIII;<H'<;II MI-:MHI-:I{*UII' L\ THIS
Send itlle-s (S:',.(KM to:
THE VOLT A BUREAU
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vith Stn-.-t. \
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THE PELICAN
14
Loi ISIANA STATI; SCHOOL IOK TIN; DEAF
SIXTH HOAltD OF EDUCATION
Appointive* MemtxT.s
In oidf-ro/ Public Service Commujiun Districts
I>r. A. B. Dinwiddie, New Orleans
Hon. !'. .1. Voorhies. Lafayette
Mr. Clyde S. Rogers, Uuston
i'n ortjfv o/ Concf rrM v<incji [Jlllrtrl*
I)'
Mrs. Kleanore II. Meadi1 , Grarnercy
Hon. William T. Hall. New Orleans
Hon. Walter J. Burke. New Iberia
Hon. 10 A. Conway. Shreveport
HOP Allan Scholars, Monroe
lion Parish Fuller. Oakdalr
'il.-nn .1
Hem
II
II
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II
Sniilh.
Vh-i'-l'residfMH. Amiti-
Whit.'. I't-fsidt-rit. Alexandria
• •r>'tarv.
OFFICERS
Superintendent
.....Secretary
G. C Huckaby
Mrs. Vivian Pratt Adams
ACADEMIC DKI'AKTMKM
Mr. Fred ('. Numbers.
Miss Wahneta ChiRley
MISH Be.sHie Curtls
Miss Grace Fl«ldn
Miss Ruth Fields
Mr. (it-rvais G.iipnnie
Mrs. L. Gaienni*
Mrs A Coll.er Gladden
1. P Numbers, B. A.
w c McKr.eely
\1 ISt: uby Moore
Miss .1. •an Uankln
Miss M ary Scott Russel
M rs < ;: ' >verstreet. 1! S
M i-s
Mrs
Katharine Wilson
Miss Marie Curt is
Miss Jerome Hicks
Mrs
< !race Covey
Miss
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MiHfl
1!
N
.lackson
A trust a Kurzhals
Miss
i: nth \\'(i(nls
INDrKTUIAI- DEPAKTMKNT
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr.
.
F A Beard
I. I. Hennitran
L. J Holmes. ...
O.
Kruetfer. ..........
.Miss .\Katha
Mrs
Mrs
.Mailscn
P.
Cabinet MaklnK
( 'ar;>entry
Printing. Linoiypinc arid MultiRraphinB
......................... . .Tailoring
A
Sewing Teacher
Assistant Sewir.r TeachT
GeorKe Spykei
i' i; M'Cfhe..
DKI'AHTMKNT
Mrs M I' Lyons
Mrs. H M Carrutli
Mrs Mabt-l l.iner.
M r ' !erva is (!:i icn ti i"
Mr. Eddic> l.acour .
Mr. Walter Hennlgan.
Miss Lillian Glover
Mrs Lillian Gaicnnie
MIHS Ed'.th Groenlaw.
MISP Armour Moore
Matron
Assistant Matron
Sii!"-!-\ isnr of Little Hoys
Supervisor of Boys
Assistant Supervisor of Boy«
.Assistant Supervisor of Boys
Superv.sor of Girls
Assi-tani Supervisor of t'.irls
Assistant Suporvlsor of Girls
Assistant Supervisor of Girls
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