Excerpt from The Spectrum, 1942
Among the democratic ideals with which you have been confronted at almost every turn during your year of training, none is more vital than a gripping sense of responsibility - that call of duty which England still expects of every one of her sons and daughters.
Another appeal that has been impressed upon us all year by experiences, personal, national, and international, is the burning realization of the urgent importance of the present; now is the time to rally to the call of duty, to-morrow is too often forever too late.
These Virtues constitute my farewell wish for each member of the class of 1941-42.
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