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- Mark Petticrew
I should like to see [Parliament] either refuse to give a grant to a school in which physical training is not a part of the programme, or, at any rate, offer to pay upon such training. If something of the kind is not done, the English physique, which has been, and is still, on the whole, a grand one, will become as extinct as the dodo in the great towns.
Huxley TH. The school boards: what they can do, and what they may do. In: Science and education.
New York: Citadel, 1964. (Lecture 1870)