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Alfred Browning Parker Sketchbook 1940
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Title: Alfred Browning Parker Sketchbook 1940
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Ae. 11A WNDAIMENTALS OF ARCHITECTURE INTRODUCTORY TALE, SEPTEMBER 15, 1941


I THE COURSE
1 PURPOSE: TO LEAD STUDENTS, THROUGH A STUDY OF H1TVAN ACTIONS, TO DEVISE
BUILDINGS IN WHICH ALL THE ARRANGEMENTS, DETAILS, AND MATERIALS ARE
INTENDED TO IMAE HUMAN ACTIVITY EFFICIENT AND PLEASAiT.

DRAWING IS INCIDENTAL TO THAT PURPOSE. PRINCIPLES OF COMPOSITION, AND
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a TITLES, SHEET NUIBERS, PROJECT NUIB'ERS, DATE, NAME, ETC. ARE A
PART OF THE MATERIAL IN THE COMPOSITION OF THE SHEETS, AND THE
STUDENT SHOULD USE THESE ELEMENTS IN THE COMPOSITION OF THE
SHEETS AS A PART OF THE DESIGN PROBLEM. UTILITY AND CONVENIENCE
IN FILING ARE DESIRABLE.

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voice, but, although I have had my suspicions about someA
after-dinner speakers I've heard, I refuse to draw any
analogy with the alimentary canal.

Today, as much as ever before, the matter of LIVING is
one of concern. Related to LIVING there are often vistas:
open for us that we do not see; advantages and opportuni-
ties that pass unrecognized.

When you make the statement "I am alive" you possibly meanl
that your lungs are sucking air, that your heart is pump-A-
ing blood, etc. But also you may possibly mean that you.':
are aware of the individuals around you on this earth,
and aware also of your relation to them. ,How many thingse-c
S revolve about this awareness! Two come constantly to mind.
(1) moral soundness, (2) self-understanding,depend upon .t
degree that you are conscious of the people of the earth:i
and of your own location among them. Don't you have an .
advantage here? In a highly formative period of your life1
you are privileged to live with a group of men in which
Smutuality and confidence are key-words, and group-better-4
ment through individual and associated effort the aim. If:.
ever you have an opportunity to understand your fellow men.
and yourself it is here and now. This fraternity group
is contained in a larger circle, a University of unusual
democracy. A University which in its own ideals and every5
day actions, fqr from hindering your fraternity, calls
forth every virtue for which your group was organized.

Just a few days ago I received a letter from my friend
Ben, a member of Beta Theta Pi, although not of this Chap-
ter. Ben recently completed many years of training and m
had just begun his professional career when war drums
summoned him. I quote from his letter: "The work here M
has been a tedious spending of hours. "Sometimes my mind.
in self-defense, goes completely blank." They are now send
all younger officers out with troops. "I'm anxious to go.
"I hope they send me right up front. Life, as I have .t,
live ilt now, is worth nothing." There are resentments l1
of us, young and old, may rightfully feel and rightfully.-.
voice but surely there is no place for despair. We ca
S meet discouragement with more courage, against defeatiasmi-1
we may place invincible purpose, and where despair mrili-i&;.
Sener.we may hold..ste .to a -fatth in hbmanitya-.
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ing, ana our iraternitles as a part oz Tne college, ao
not enable us to meet satisfactorily the crucial
stages of life then that training is worthless.

What sort of training do we need? Could it be the sort
of training and conditioning that will bring out the
fine qualities you feel are within you?

The best you have within you! It's not an elusive
beyond-the-blue-horizon, will-6-the-wisp quality. It
is every day, here and now, in you and me; it is the
Ilworthwhileness, the common decent things, intelligence,
. the verities of existence. From these will come courage,
From these will come kindness, from these will come
j understanding.

!!The best you ha,"e within you! Compare it to a flame.
, You have the fuel at hand to nourish that flame of
I ours, and, what is ecuai-ly importar.t, the opportunity
; of firing the flames of tcose about you. We have need
of a blaze today, a blaze of courage and understanding.
There will be no place for despair beside such a fire.


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