College News and Departmental Notes: Scouting
by Departmental notes - 1918
A notable sign of these progressive times was the large enrollment in the new course in girl scouting held during the emergency week, May 20-27. Women of physical and mental vigor, alert, resourceful in civic as in home life, are going to be needed to meet the new conditions forced upon us by the war. Scouting is a way to help little girls grow into such women, and it cannot be started too soon. One hundred and sixty students of Teachers College vigorously undertook the scouting course, passed their tenderfoot test on the third day, and went valiantly on to the second class test before the nine days were over.
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