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“Destiny is no matter of chance. It is a matter of choice. It is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved. “ William Jennings Bryan (1860 - 1925) RALPH WALDO EMERSON’S SECRET “DO YOU KNOW THE SECRET OF THE TRUE SCHOLAR? IN EVERY MAN THERE IS SOMETHING WHEREIN THAT I LEARN FROM HIM; AND IN THAT I AM HIS PUPIL.” RALPH WALDO EMERSON 1803-1882 Alice was reading Psychology Today that had pictures and conversations she liked so much in a book that looked (how queer it seemed that it is so very remarkably) like a magazine, when she felt so sleepy she again followed the same White Rabbit who appeared not so long ago (or so she thought the very thing absurd, indeed.) The queer Rabbit with pink eyes, a watch in his waistcoat-pocket, and then too - a fan and a pair of white kid gloves - both of which were again missing, alas this not so pleasant creature, I should think got her down the same Rabbit Hole where she fell back into the same routine that really began with the question:” Who in the world am I?" With respect to the genius in Lewis Carroll and with his kindest indulgence and my humblest gratitude for the liberty I took to quote him, sometimes verbatim even, I begin then to imagine with you the same young Alice in the heart of a middle-aged woman who apparently has nothing better to do than to retrace her roots in the Rabbit Hole. The king and the Queen of Hearts were having a consultation with two Bachelors, one of Science and the other of Arts. Among the great crowd assembled were the same birds and beasts and a whole pack of cards and alas, an executioner waiting for the Queen to decide which bachelor should have his head off. No you goose, they were not on trial for the case of stolen tarts (well, I fancied the kind of thing too) however it was a verdict waiting to be considered on whether or not Science and Art mix and so putting both Bachelor heads in precarious balance. “I should think very lightly of it,” Alice had begun to think: “very few things were really impossible. Indeed, like: "Do cats eat bats and sometimes, do bats eat cats?" Alice thought the whole thing absurd. "I beg your pardon, your majesty, a formula I think it was." said Einstein "Perhaps I should hear it Overture in B minor BWV 1067." said Bach "Law of gravity, I think it so very much." said Newton "Theory of Evolution" thought Darwin "Synthetic Philosophy, I believe it is." added Spencer "Feathery strokes of the beginning of a scarlet disc of the sun, I see it so." said Monet “We feel Poetry in motion, a curious feeling it is for want of the return of ‘Golden Age’." chorused the ancient bards, the great Euripides and Homer among them. The mock turtle interrupted in a great hurry: "Sounds uncommon nonsense. By far the most confusing things I heard!" "You're a very poor speaker." said the King. "Collar that Turtle," the Queen shrieked out. "Behead that Turtle! Turn that Turtle out of court! Suppress him! Pinch him! Off with his shell!" As soon as the jury had a little recovered from the shock of another of the Queen’s fit and more from the shock of queer grand words that were really so much nicer heard than understood, Plato whose main contributions were in Philosophy, Math and Science and his “Dialectics” became one of the greatest writers of the world, with great deal of thought said: "..that the reality which scientific thought is seeking must be expressible in mathematical terms, mathematics being the most precise and definite kind of thinking which we are capable." Goethe who was the greatest writer, poet, dramatist in German tradition had significant contributions as a scientist. In his “Faust”, he brought attention to philosophical literature in “transcendent knowledge denied to the human mind.” Aristotle who may have been the first to teach wide range of systematic disciplines including: logic, physics, astronomy, meteorology, zoology, metaphysics, theology, psychology, politics, economics, ethics, rhetorics, poetics began to develop philosophy similar to that of Plato so he said in his "On Kinship" "...not merely necessary for a king to be a philosopher. Rather a king should take the advice of true philosophers then he would fill his reign of good deeds not with good words." "To be a philosopher is not merely to have subtle thoughts nor even to found schools but to so love wisdom as to live according to its dictates: a life of simplicity, independence, magnanimity and trust" said Thoreau “Science is analytical description, Philosophy is synthetic description. Science wishes to solve the whole into parts, the organisms into organs, the obscure into the known. The scientist is as impartial as nature. He is as interested in the leg of a flea as in theStaff and pupils of Cheetham Central School, Sep 1926 (GB124.DPA/2409/1)
Teachers, left to right: Mr. Luckman (Georgraphy), Mr. Lewis (Manual, i.e. woodwork), Mr. Berry (Maths - left to go to Bolton Grammar School), Mr. Hinchcliffe (Advanced Maths - "Growler" due to gravelly voice), Miss Boulton (English Grammar - left to join Lily Lane Girls School Moston), Miss Maye (French - had gallic temper and poodle named Medor), Miss Williams (French - could narrow and roll her eyes at will), Mr. ? - possibly temporary, Mr. Osbaldeston (Science - always a perfect gentleman), Mr. E. Houseley MA BSc (Headmaster, keen disciplinarian but very fair), Mr. Hinchcliffe (no relation to "Growler". Music - also Geography. On his retirement was given a Golden Hunter Pocket Watch by school), Mr. Race (Maths), Mr. Cook (Science), Mr. Taylor (History, sometimes P.T.), Mr. John Poole (English Literature, also a Scoutmaster - Norton 16H), Mr. Horwood (French), Mr. MacKinley (Art), Mr. Ratcliffe (Maths. Discipline sometimes slack), Mr. Hoyle (Manual woodwork), Some of the pupils the donor remembers: Phil Moss - later "Mr. Ritz" the famous bandleader; Isaac Yaffe - later involved in jewellery business; Frank Knowles; Arthur Hayward - left, his family moved to Wallasey, Wirral; The Cohen brothers, Jack and Leslie; Abe Freedman - his family had a wholesale millinery business near Newton Street/Dale Street; Robert Bevan - became director of cleansing, Manchester Corporation; Wilf Fenton - went to I.C.I.; Arthur Evans - became a grocer in Crumpsall; Little Horace Whalley - used to play the piano in the Assembly Hall at morning prayers.
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