Constition Day Was Observed at High School this Morning
upper Hambe automo- up CONSTITUTION DAY WAS OBSERVED AT HIGH SCHOOL ifflS MORNING -REV, CARROLL GAVE FINE TALK repair road The? "Constitution Day" which occurs Saturday, was observed at Hamilton jgh school this morning with an as- embly of the entire student body to hear Rev. Hubert Cowley-Carroll deliver deliver an address on the "Constitution of the United Statse." Rev. Carroll in.discussing the subject subject at hand, explained that his talk was not to be on the technical side o: the constitution of this country, but rather on its meaning to the people who live under. "Bolshevism of the character which mounts soap boxes to rave against the constitution and laws of this country, was deplored by the speaker who said that these same persons were the first to call police wien red- blooded Americans put an end 'to their speech-making. The value of traditions was i._ pressed upon the studenti by Rev. Carroll who said that only througa ihe greatest reverence on the part of the people of this country, could the constitution live and continue to be in of "A living force" is the expression he used to .describe the constitution and he urged the people to realize 'iat it must be kept as a living force if this country is to remain the greatest greatest of them. The constitution was formed 134 years ago and represents the great est step toward equal rights, ever taken by any nation. "Let us. show reverence to the constitution constitution of this country be real Americans who are not afraid to say what they think and the United States and its people will continue lead the world" was Rev. Carroll's parting shot. Pete Stinehcomb, all-American half back of Ohio State university last year, now with the D. L. Auld company of Columbus, Ohio, was.au- otlier speaker on the program. "Success in football in any school or college depends upon the coopera-' tion of tha student body with the team" said Pete. "No team can do best if the school is not backing it and every student in a school has as much glory if lie supports the teams as the men who play." Stinehcomb, stated that Hamilton's record in athletics ranked high in this state and that college men were talking about the fine record of the local school. He wished the team this season the best of success and expressed expressed the hope that Hamilton's high standard in sport would always be continued. Tryouts for cheer leaders were held with, two veterans showing up. Don Meyer and Alexander Patterson led the_ assembly in several cheers into which good old time pep was injected. .Prin. H. R. Townsend made several innouncements of interest to the students students while Robert Bobenmeyer mad? i plea for support of the high school "Review" this year.