Education: Unfaded Document

In Los Angeles, seven earnest young men marched one after another to the rostrum of the Philharmonic Auditorium. Arranging his notes, "shooting" his cuffs, clearing his throat, elevating his chin, each young man in turn orated of judges—the Hon. Louis W. Myers, Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court; a retired Judge, a female school superintendent, two professors, a learned doctor, a bishop—empowered to award prizes to the amount of $5,000.

It was most inspiring if it did take a long time. And the judges were at last able to decide that the best...

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