This afternoon a marble tablet, suitably inscribed, was unveiled at the Cmington school to the memory of lau O. galloway, an ex-pup 0 tho school, who lost his lite in attempting to save the lite ot a P«P»1 ot So southland High behool. The ceremony was performed by Mr 1 atton, chairman of tho School Committee. Mr W. Davidson, head mastei, ro ferred to his connection with the late Mr Galloway, who, as captaini ot tl» Mornimiton Gymnastic Club, became one ol tjlio most proficient gymnasts faS DomiS Mr galloway .was ..bote disciplinarian and teacher, and could control, without any special training, a class of young people with tho greatest oast Sd without harshness. As director of phvßical lUßttuctwm or fhTtiouthtand Education district he did excellent work, and two, yeais aco was appointed to the staff of the Education Department as one ot fhe instructors in physical education. Mr Davidson reterred to his heroic aotionTanrsaidtlfat 3 though in life his influence had been great and good his heroic death would bo equally good tor tho young people.
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MEMORIAL TABLET., Evening Star, Issue 15678, 17 December 1914
MEMORIAL TABLET. Evening Star, Issue 15678, 17 December 1914
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