Dr. Tully C Knoles 1 Sept 1931
Philippine Independence Favored By Dr. Knoles On of all seconded and ore annum. copy CTOCKTON. Sept. l-Declarlng ** that tli* isolation of any nation is no* a myth, that intermarriage b e t w e e n races will not add a bit to the solution of the racial problems problems that confront confront lhe peoples of America to-dft and coming flst-iootÂ«ily Dr. Knoles fourth annual the granting o: Philippine f r e e - dom. Dr. Tully C Knoles. president of the College of the Pacific and one of .the fore- roost'educators of the state, delivered delivered the principal address In t h o last session of the convention of the . on the Pacific Cotst tte , Central Joiqula street TM/J^Â«-VÂ° f D * K"Â°a was S of the delegates reports of 4he m from ihe different points of th stale. As a whole Ihe reports to a great increase of interest : the building of Christian characte* in the life of the Filipinos as tested by steady and rapid growl of Filipino Christian fellowships i California, Oregon and Wasaingto **As a man Imbued with the and principles of democratic tost tutions." commented Dr. Knoles. *" am In favor of Philippine independ ence if the people vrant it- He, also, dwelt at length on th various angles of Intermarriag claiming thai, while anthropholo lists are in favor of this siep ti build up a vigorous race in th present and in ages to come, it not solve the racial question. Fo through processes of evolution, an environments, men will gradual! assume different pigmentation. B concluded, however, that the rac are "biologically one." In the morning service "at th Central Methodist Church. Dr. f. Wilson,' superintendent of th Filipino work on the Pacific Coas delivered a sermon befora the delegates and the American members of the church. His subject was lUlpino Immigration On The Pa cific Coast.