Education: In Nomine T. R.

"For Distinguished Service," read the golden, three-inch medals awarded by the Roosevelt Memorial Association last week, presented by President Coolidge, to Governor Gifford Pinchot of Pennsylvania, George Bird Grinnell of Manhattan and Miss Martha Berry, of Possum Trot, Ga.*

The Pinchot award was for long service in the preservation of natural resources and domain. — Mr. Grinnell was honored for "conspicuous success" in securing Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks to the public.

Miss Berry had been summoned because, in 1902, she, a young lady polished by Boston schooling for the social world, received six mountain ragamuffins in her log cabin on Mount Berry,...

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