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GREGG SHORTHAND

These are the records of a young man and a young woman of the age of those in your
school. We ask you, as a practical schoolman, to consider the significance of that fact. Such
records made by experienced, seasoned reporters — remarkable as they would be — would not
appeal to those whom you wish to reach as being at all remarkable. They would be looked
upon as a matter of course. But the records of Mr. Swem. Miss Tan-, and Miss Werning
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Pitman Shorthand.

ADAMS TKOPHY

AVERAGE OF ACCURACY

Fiksi — Miss Nellie M. Wood (Isaac Pitman) 99.59!

Second — Mr. Nathan Behrin (Isaac Pitman ) 99.3%

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VOLUME XVII



COLUMBUS, O., NOVEMBER, 1911



NUMBER III



THE BUSINESS EDUCATOR

Entered at Columbus, O., Poet Office as 2nd Class M atter



C. P. Zaner,
E. W. Bloser,



Editor
Business Manager



Published Monthly (except July and August) by
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Conventious, etc., and Departments specially suited
to the needs of teachers, principals and proprietors.

The Students' Penmanship Edilion contains 36
pages and is the same as the Professional Edition,
less the twelve pages devoted to commercial sub-
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Commercial, Public and Private schools, and con-
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and Lesson features of the Professional Edition.

The Business Educator is devoted to the pro-
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to dignify, popularize, and improve the world's
newest and neediest education. It purposes to in-
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through negligence on the part of subscribers.

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the journal you receive as sufficient evidence that
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please notify us.

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United States, Canada, England, and nearly every
country on the globe It circulates, not alone among
business college proprietors, teachers and pupils,
but also among principals of commercial depart-
ments of High Schools, Colleges and Religious
Schools, as well as among office workers, home
students, etc.

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Raisers sent upon application. Write for them
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Lincoln Business College

Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 7. 1011.
Messrs. Zaner & Bloser.

Columbus, Ohio.

Friends :— I am particularly pleased to receive
so many high-grade specimens at this time of
the year and to know that the work in the B. E.
is attracting the attention of wide-awake ambi-
tious young people— and many old ones, too.
judging from the rone of letters received at this
end of the line— in all parts of the U.S. as well
as foreign lands. It clearly shows the wide cir-
culation of the B. E. and the good that it can do
and is doing.

Many letters are received with much delight—
and they come from every direction which
makes it all the more interesting. Contest No.
1, so far, seems to be in the lead.

Most of the specimens received were written
in the following states: N. Y., Pa.. Wis.. Kans..
111., Mass. and Ohio: In Contest No. 2, from
Minn.. Pa., Wn.. Mass., N. Y., N. J., Ala. and
Nebr.: Contest No. 3, from N. Y.. Minn.. Ohio,
N. Dak., Pa„ 111., Ore., Wn., Md.. N. J., Mass.,
Ala.. Ind.. Conn.. Tenn., Wis. and Colo.; Con-
test No. 7, from N. Y„ Ore., Ohio, Pa., 111.. Pto.
Rico. Wis., Ariz., Md.. N. J., Mass., Ala., la.
and Mo. The other contests are not as popular
at this season of the year— but "you never can
tell" how the pendulum may swing before the
end of the year.

Yours.

Fred Berkman,



"On the Job"



Dear Friends:— Folks, it's a mighty tine jour-
nal you are putting out this year. I don't see
how you do it for the money. The fellow who
doesn't get and use every number is not "on the
job,'' no matter how many other journals may
come to his school.

With best wishes for the success of the "B. E."
and kindest personal regards for the men be-
hind it, I am, Yonr friend,

A. M. Toi.er.



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