The Demand of the Day—Progress!
AbstractEXHI CHARLES. GRIFFITH, President BLANCHE SKEATH, Vice-President JOSEPH A. FISCHER, Secv.-Treos. TansI Members off Executive Board JOHN W. DRAIN EUGENE E. GAMBLE ARTHUR A. HAUSER J. TATIAN ROACH The Demand of the H E giant throbbing locomotive, upon which most o f us will de pend to reach our respective Sec tional Conferences, for years has been looked upon as symbolic of progress Most of us never have stopped to think what a great part it has played in the progress of music in our educational systems. By means o f the great trans portation systems of this country, it be came possible for the founders of the Conference to gather and to begin the unity of effort in perfecting methods of instruction and in gaining, through achieving amazing results, deserving recognition for music in the educational programs o f our country. The members of the Music Education Exhibitors Association have done much in selling the importance o f music edu cation to public authorities and legisla tive bodies. All publishers and all pro ducers of musical instruments who thus have come in contact with public edu cational work have been able to note, gratefully, that music supervisors