|Paper||University of Deseret Deaf Mute Department Student Newspaper|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||University of Deseret Deaf Mute Department Student Newspaper|
18 THE DESERET EAGLE. will, if it can take special professors in The small Hoi9?e Happei?ii?gs. Wc have a new devil. Do yon spell more than you sign? Who is the best speller in school? Alfred Young is a quiet little fellow. Quite a cold spell of weather last Friday. Hoy Donelson had a short sick spell last week. Charley Wass has been promoted to the third year class. Another line oak case is being made in the cabinet shop. Arthur Porter is anxious to know when "Turkey Day" conies. teams, have The University foot-bal- l practice games nearly even day. Did vou ever see such lively little boys as Alex. Wright and Fred Low? .John Alyey went to the dentist's oilice and had a tooth pulled a few days ago. for some time. The athletic grounds are in a very line condition now, having lately been plowed and leveled. : ! i ! j ! Ilyman Hornstein's father and brother called last Sunday. Ilyman was delighted to see them. Supt. and Mrs. Met calf occupied stall debate in the theatre last Thursday evening. Sweet little Edna was quite sick last week and every one of us felt ery much grieved until she was well again. The advanced Geography class have been modeling in sand of late. They are much interested and enjoy Litis way of studying. Jacob Heck's mother died on Wednesday last after many months of suffering. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved family. Supt. and Mrs. Metcalf with Miss Alice and baby Edna went out to Bountiful and spent Sunday with Supt. Met calf's father and mother. Carl Ilertell understands his trade, that of shoem-ikingvery vell. lie attended school in Sweden seven years, three of which he spent in the shoe-shoE at the Goodwin-Power- s , p. Joe Heck and Joe Olorenshaw called to see the boys on their return from that glorious hunting trip in the Cintah mountains. Did they kill any deer or bear? Aksel Amundsen came in on Thursday last. He is quite and artist and arranged, lessons in art under the the University. by boys, accompanied Supt. Metcalf, visited the new City and County Building on Sunday last. They were much surprised to learn that the large clock with four faces cost $3,000. It chimes every fifteen minutes. Supt. Metcalf gave a very interesting lecture in chapel on Saturday evening. His subject was; what 1 saw in Fifteen Schools for the Deaf, or From Great S.ilL L ike to the Atlantic. For want of space we can not enter into details. We think that some of the pupils are which forgiMtul. They wear badges signify that they intend to promote the use of manual spelling, but we liud them signing almost every day. This is not the wav to do. Boys and girls you should spell all the time, every where you are, atid if you intend to gain anything by spelling remember not to sign so much. We have already noticed quite a marked improvement in some. Several boys and girls, who are in earnest about spelling, are advancing. They are picking up new ideas, idoms and phrases every day. Now let us see you all try hard and spell more. A Foot-bal- l team has been organized with Mr. Driggs as manager and Joseph Beck as captain. The members of the team are; Joseph Heck, Jacob Heck, Joseph Olorenshaw. Carl Ilertell, Ljo Andrew Madsen, Aksel Hawkins, Amundsen, Arthur Porter, Ezra Christ-- : enscn. E.ra Hollo, William Heaton.and David Gain, with F. M. Driggs, F. W. Heynolds, A., F. Peterson, and Tom Reynolds, as substitutes. A line foot-bawas purchased last Saturday and the captain informs us that regular practice will begin on Monday. We are of the opinon that our boys will make a strong line and be able in a month to hold the junior team of the University a close game. All the children wrote letters last Matilda Lund was promoted to the fourth year class last week. She is doing nicely. Amy Devine returned to school last Saturday. We had been expecting her be satisfactorily ll has' been established in Montana. Where is it located? There is talk of establishing a Deaf Mute College, similar to the Gallaudet College at Washington, in Ireland, so tin Tabht savs. Accidents will happen,' especially to on a track. An other young man was recently killed in California bv a train. Principal Westervelt, of Hochester. X. Y., and Professor Samuel Porter, of Washington, D. C. recently visited the school in North Dokota. The boys in the West Virginia School are quite successful in trapping rabbit and opossums. The Tahiti says the girU envy the boy's glorious sport. M r. Walter B. Peet, son of Dr. Isaac Lewis Peet, is making efforts to develop the hearing of deaf persons, lie has already made some remarkable experiments. Come Bro. Pdican if your wings with their new bearings are not strong enough to reach our Evrie use vour beak. We would like to take a look at you in your dew dress. In the death of Mr Goodall, who was for more than t wo decades an instructor in the California School, the profession loses one of its most able members. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved wife and friends. Supt. Walker of Illinois says in his last report; "The object of the institution for the education of the deaf and dumb shall be to promote the intellectual, moral and physical culture of the class indicated and to (it them, as far as possible for earning their own livelihood, and for future usefulness in society.'' deaf-mute- s rail-roa- d There is auv amount of chatter on the use of the manual alphabet these days. We believe that linger spelling should be brought into common use among our pupils. A great amount of useful knowledge may be gained by every pupil through conversations in excl?ai?ge Notes. spelling in the shops on the is our Method on The Xcc table. and in fact, everywhere. Fifty pupils in the Oregon School. The Hochester School received a visit The Institute Jb rahl came a few days from Mr. Virchand H. Gandhi a short ago. time ago. Mr. Gandhi is a lawyer of The Hmde' keeps its 'eyr on every Bombay. India, a Hindoo philosopher thing. Head" its editorials. and scholar. lie spoke to the .members A literary societs has lately been of the High Class, and they read English organized in the Alabama school. Water!!! from his lips quite well, lie also gave Water! Water! The cry at the Kansas School. a brief address to the pupils in the The Institute ltell presents a much chapel on the manners, customs and neater and clearer appearance than religion of his people which was much formerly. enjoyed by all. One little boy said to Douglas Tilden, the (leaf sculpor, has his teacher after the departure of Mr. a class in the Hopkins Institute in San Gandhi, "Jesus has gone home, far, far Francisco. We hear that a school for the deaf a wav." ft play-grou- I ! nd .