Convocation witli poison lutcicst-cd lutcicst-cd In tho advancement of education In Logan leads to the belief that one or tho gravest questions confronting Logan people today Is, what are we going to do ror school buildings ror next year? This year wc havo 1,411 pupils in the schools. At tho rate of Increase In the past, next year wo! will have 1,300. For these this year I we havo twenty-six tcachcis having an overage or tin y-four pupils, which Is ten inoio then In well oiganled schools. Xe.t j car, with but tho piescnt number of tcachcis there would be tifty-olght to the teacher. With thirty teachers there would be tlfty pupils to the loom, but fourmoio school-rooms would have to bo provided. provid-ed. If these tour are provided still the schools will be congested and no pcimaucnt lellef will be had. It is obvious that at least eight more looms must bo ptovidrd The question scenis to be, wheio and how will these rooms be built? As to Just whete to put them wo can hardly state other than to say put tljcm Into one building. The Idea of sounding moio money on little buildings build-ings on tho outsklits ol the city Is hardly to bo considered, ror that means a waste or educational energy and money. If a large building bo built, dcllnite action must bo taken promptly prompt-ly or it will be too late for the open- Ing or school -acxt year. In the fear or losing our A. C. wc should not overlook over-look the bulwark or our educational system, tho Public Schools. The greatest great-est consideration and tho wisest educational educa-tional policies should enter Into this building question. Tho experiences or other cities should bo profited by on our part. Throughout the best states, educationally, the building or central schools Is more and more strongly urged, as experience shows Its necessity. neces-sity. To do otherwise in Logan will be putting at naught the opinions and actions or leading educational centers or every state. It Is better to bond than to let tho children sullcr tho burdens bur-dens or more small Isolated schools. Such schools have been Logan's cduca-1 tlonal pests.