VOL. IV. 'SPRINGFIELD, MASS., JANUARY, 1895. No. I.
Publlcohed Monthly during the School Y~ar bv the International Youn~ Ments ChTh~tian A<I;SOclatlon
Trainin~ School, Sprin~field, l\J .. ~s. Subscnption prtce Twenty-five Cents per Annum. Address all
communications 10 C. F. POWl.lSON, Eduor.
Entered at the post office at Sprin~field. IIIass., as second-class matter March 18, 1892.
B. E. LOVRJOY, Husiness l\lanager.
SATISFIED WITH HIS INVESTMENT.
It was at a Faculty Club meeting held at Dr. Gulick's some time ago.
The" Faculty Club," it must be explained, is composed of the instructors
of the School and their wives. One of the regular weekly meetings of
the faculty each month is devoted to the more socidl gathering of the" club,"
which is without constitution, by·laws, or officers.
During the evening each instructor reviewed his special work and
expressed his ideals in it, following which was an opportunity for discussion.
Such conference~ as these serve as view·points from which fresh inspiration
is gathered for the onward march to higher things. What the School
has done and is accomplishing is noted; the opportunities lying before
stand out a clear vision of possibility.
At this meeting one of our contributing friends and his wife were
,"\Ie quote the following from a letter received after his return home:"
I feel confident that I got at the heart of the institution and found
it true as steel.
"\Vith systematic business methods, the best use of your cramped
quarters. and the determination and enthusiasm of your faculty you are
sure to succeed.
.. You are arousing the students to the importance and claims of their
" I am abundantly satisfied with my investment. I only wish it was in
my power to give the International Y. M. C. A. Training School a .liberal
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