President Taylor drew his baccalaureate sermon for the Class of 1901 from Kings, I, 19:12, “But the Lord was not in the fire, and after the fire a still small voice.”  Denouncing the growing tendency to worship power, he told the class that earthly power was not the final aim of life.  Although the age was finding God in thunder and earthquakes, he said, He was rather in the still small voice, in industry, gentleness, faithfulness and truth.     The New York Times