Some Lessons Taught by the Pan-American

ALL culminating results tell their story of efforts, mental and physical, spiritual and material. To the student who aims at the realization of some ambition there comes a glow of satisfaction, be the endeavor without or within his special field of research, when such a result is secured as wins applause; and glorious indeed are the rewards to the affections and mind of the projectors of any plan and purpose put forth for the elevation and enlightenment of humanity when the results are declared, by all concerned, builders and observers, as surpassing previous efforts.

Then may the world unite in one acclamation of praise for the spirit that is never satisfied with past achievements, but strives for a higher realization of the ideal and nearer attainment of the perfect pattern.

Scientific Temperance
August 15, 1901

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