A SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE
What has been said in this chapter is not to make
you content and satisfied, but rather, to inspire new
zeal and fresh courage, that each one of you may
add something more to what has already been ac¬
complished. You can, you must, and we believe
you will. Do not falter on account of difficulties.
Set your standard high and go to it, remembering
that labor, coupled with a strong devotion to integ¬
rity, will surely conquer.