Oct. 18, 1929
My dear Doctor Hardy,
I am out three nights every week and on that week in question I am out four, returning from Windsor Friday night after a recital. This makes up twenty-three hours of lecturing in the six days, but I will do this little task for you alone. Your many kind words about me in the past have endeared me to you greatly and there is no one in the Educational life of the Province I esteem more highly. I shall try to present something on the subject though there are others who could do it more effectively.