The Ohio Alumnus, Vol. 8) [Pdf/E–book] Þ Clark E Williams
Excerpt from The Ohio Alumnus Vol 8 February 1931You may
think that we lived in the dark ages when I tell you that we had no electric light not even that we lived in the dark ages when I tell you that we had no electric light not even no furnaces no telephones nor radios no automobiles nor movies But in spite of all this we were a happy lot of students striving for an education; many were
WORK ING THEIR WAY THROUGH COLLEGEing their way through college many have proven to be not only useful but even noted citizens I remember one of our most popular students who took the high est honors of his class telling me that he came to college with very little money and that his first job was caring for a cow and as he had never milked a cow before he' hadto hire a little colored boy to teach himWe had no athletics and. .
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The euipment in every department was very meager for those were the days when Ohio University was fighting for her life and recognition from the state Now you are reaping the results of that fight which lasted for a long timeWe led a simple life than the stu' dents of today Athens was a very small town and the woods and hills all about us; so we had our walks and picnics in the woods which at that time extended the river to the Hospital rounds and also up through Carpenter's peach orf chard to the big rocks on the North hill Judge of my dismay when On A Recent Visit To Athens I a recent visit to Athens I THE ROCKS WHICH WERE CARVED the rocks which were carved the names of many students of former years no longer big and enclosed in the.