Carlisle School Annual Reports, 1912
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44 dead, and as ourate records are gathered at regular intervals concerning the returned students, An active oampaign is made in this connection to find employment for those students who are in need, and to encourage all of them in making good use of their education and training, The Superintendent has made it a practice for the past three years of writing a personal letter of greeting and good cheer to every graduate and returned student of the school, numbering more than four thousand, thus establishing cordial relations and cooperation. MONTHLY MAGAZINE: A monthly magazine was established four years ago under the name of THE RED MAN, which has been pub lished regularly and printed by the students in the printing department, Dealing with matters of import concerning the whole Service, the magazine has come to be known as a great influence for good, both in and out of the Service, It publishes valuable articles and comment on all phases of the Indian problem, its alm being to aid the general polioy of the Government in educat ing and civilizing the Indians RELIGIOUS ACTIVITY: The religious work of the school has been placed on an equitable basis, and all Christian organiza tions and denominations are given ample and equal opportunity for helpful service, ATHLETICS: Athletics have been placed on an absolutely amateur basis, and on a par with the conduct of sport in the
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