Allentown Preparatory School - Alprescho Yearbook (Allentown, PA)
- Class of 1929
Page 1 of 180
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WITH the closing of this school
year many of us will be separ-
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separate paths through life.
We, the Staff of the 1929
Alprescho, in publishing this
volume, wish to give you, our
fellow classmates, something to
which you can always turn
to review those pleasant
times and faithful
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MR. WILLIAM C. HARNED
XVHO has not only been one
of our best friends, but who has
helped as well as attended all of
our activities and who has always
been one to whom we could turn
when a helping hand was needed
we the Class of 29 with the
deepest respect and appreclatlon
dedicate this volume of
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CHARLES A. MILLER, IR.
IAMES E. STOKES, IR.
FREDERICK A. FETHEROLE, IR.
WVILLIAM O. PARNELL
CHARLES P. SELL
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ISADORE S. RASKIN
WILLIAM S. RENKIN
CHARLES W. HAUKE
WILLIAM T. HARRIS, IR.
ALBERT A. KRAMER, IR.
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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE or MUHLENBERG COLLEGE X
. Reuben Butz, Chairman .
Dr. H. s. sap, D.D.s. Frank D. Bittner X
Dr. D. D. Fritch, M.D. Oliver N. Clauss I
Rev. H. VVaidelich, D.D. Harry I. Koch X
Dr. R. D. Klotz, NLD. Charles F. Mosser X I
Dr. A. Haas, Premfdenl of Jlulzlenberg College
OFFICERS OF THE SCHOOL N
Irvin M. Shalter, A.lVl., Headmawfer
Yvarren Peters, DTD., School Pl1y.r1'c1'an
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EDWIN GEORGE ARNER, A.B.
X Horn al Sunznzff 11111, Pt'l1I1J1Ijlt'IIlII,ll.
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FRENCH AND LATIN
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PAUL H. HARKINS, LB.
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PAUL H. HERZOG, B.S.
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ENGLISH AND GERMAN
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MILLER, C. A. SCHILLER, A. XVOORHEES, R. S.
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ROM THE snow-capped mountains of Vermont, the rural districts of
Pennsylvania, the mountains of West Virginiaf- from the North, South
East and West we hailed, filled with such curiosity that we deemed it
necessary to spend four years at A. P. S. When assembled we were one
large and brilliant company. Trinkle being large and Fetherolf being brilliant.
Our first impressions of Allentown in general and of A. P. S. in particular
were varied and numerous. Consumed with the desire to do things and most eager
to begin, we troubled the tall, lean professors and the grave, old professors with
multitudes of questions.
These grave professors gave tedious taxing tests to ascertain the widening
wisdom and long, leaned lectures to satisfy the curiosity of the group of earnest,
eager, children. Of course, they weren't giving tedious tests all the time. On the
whole the profs. weren't so bad.
But the next three years passed fast and again we assembled to assume
our new responsibilities. We now held the title of dignified Seniors and entered
into our activities with a spirit of leadership. This year was a most enjoyable
one filled with sport, dances and banquets. But now our days at Prep. School
are over. Let us remember the four happy years spent together within the walls
of A. P. S., let us all remember our Alma Mater in years to come, and retain that
sincere love and respect for her that has been developed within us during the
past four years. May the friendships formed here endure until eternity.
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HILE opening my mail in my office, my eyes fell upon a very formal
looking envelope. Upon opening it l was surprised to find that it was
nothing other than an invitation from Director Raskin of the Wig and
Buskin Club of dear old A. P. S. to attend the thirtieth annual pro-
duction entitled "Sins of Society" and written expressly by Mr. Harry
Hutchinson who lately had retired from the stage and begun to write plays.
I immediately gave orders to my private secretary, Chas. Hauke, to order
my ticket for Allentown and get things ready for my departure the following day.
I then called up Dr. C. P. Sell, the maternity specialist, and asked him to
accompany me on my trip and have dinner with me that evening, at the Abram's
That evening after alighting from a Reed-Seaburn Taxi, I found that
my friend was already there. We were ushered to a table by Head waiter Kistler
and after listening to several delightful selections by the two famous musical en-
tertainers Fromer and Cole, succeeded in getting some service from Konschak.
WVhile discussing the present positions of several old classmates I was sur-
prised to learn that Ioe Tegan was the coach at Notre Dame. McHugh, so Sell
said, studied too much Math and Science in an effort to disapprove the Einstein
Theory, and had gone crazy and was now in Rittersville, under the care of warden
Helvig and that Schiller did so well on his scholarship that they kept him there.
When we arrived at Allentown, we left the station and on our way to the
hotel almost stumbled over a poor begger. He accosted us with a "Gimme two
bits for coffee sir." Being big hearted, we chipped in and gave him a dollar in
change, whereupon he said "thanks" Sell and I then immediately recognized our
old friend Ryan who had put all his money in an aeroplane and gone broke. His
old pal Stautfer was a broker in YVall Street but Paddy was too proud to ask him
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As we vvalked down the street we came across an exclusne looking shop
designed bv Rosenberg and built bv the Burkhardt Halteman Co and used by
Farley for displavmg gowns to attract women of the social life of the big city.
Schneblv was his partner and more astonishing than ex er was the fact that they
employ ed Reds Renkm as their special delix erv boy
At the next crossing we boarded a trollev operated bv none other than our
A A Kramer the trolley companv had extended the tracks out Chew Street to
the school eliminating the long walk
V e got off at Prep but stiange to say it wasn t the Prep. of bygone days.
Sex eral new buildings had been designed and erected by the nationally renowned
companv of Freedman and Temko YY e were greeted by Headmaster Riddell and
learned that the boarding students had ruined Air. Shalters nerves and he was
forced to retire
We were shown thru the new buildings bv Head anitor Disman who in-
formed us that Trinkle s beer was as good as ever. CThat wasn t saying muchD
and that B111 had gone in partnership with his cousin W alter who took care of
the beer and Bill the pretzels
In the Dorms we met Aronoff a high jump star of Glympic fame: Cooper-
man famous mos ie star Egan a local coal dealer' Fetherolf r. also a maternity
specialist Grande the president of the American Engineering Co. and Hess and
Harris who now headed Hess Brothers and were the biggest riy als of Willis Kuhns
who with his partners Haas and Stettler had established a chain of clothing stores
throughout Lehigh County, and 'L. Snyder a celebrated artist.
After renewing acquaintances we decided to run down town to get a little
supper before going to the play. As we entered the Crystal Restaurant who did
we meet but Murphy slinging dishes as in the days of old at Prep. As we seated
ourselves at a table a gentleman looked over at us. Immediately we recognized
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Kummery was now a distinguished brain specialist who practised on dogs and
cats. Yvhile sipping our soup two very studious looking gentlemen came
in and took a table beside us. Yve later recognized them by their accent as
Van Gilder, editor of "How to Learn Math" and Rapp the American Ambassador
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VVe hurried through our supper and rushed back to Prep. to the new
auditorium which was erected in loving memory of Charles Miller and Harris
Snow. Vile arrived there just in time to see Reinhard and Doll delivering dis-
guised ginger ale to act as a little encourager for the actors.
In the lobby ofthe auditorium we met another group listening contented-
ly to Myers and Rhodes telling of their experiences in the Big League Baseball.
As we looked over the crowd we recognized Hagerman, the city chemistg Babe
Headley, coach of Muhlenberg Frosh. teamsg Doc. Iones, president of the All
American Drug Co.g Mr. Kuntz and Nicoll, prominent bankers of the city.
Valdo Ondrejcek, General Parnell of the Reserve Corpsg Mr. Charles Pini, asso-
ciated with the Allentown Peanut Co.g Mr. Rice, a noted architectg Leo Shepsky
a noted wrestlerg Voorhees and Siergiej outstanding gold starsg and last but not
least Mr. E. Stokes Ir. all American guard of Carnegie Tech and now a great
After the play as we were just coming out of the door who should we run
into but a man hurrying to the play which was just over. He was none other than
Zulick, late as usual.
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E THE class of 1929 of the Allentown Preparatory School city of
Allentown Countv of Lehigh State of Pennsylvania being we hope
of sound and disposing mind do hereby will and bequeath to the follow-
ing personages the following articles.
Vte leaxe to our successors the class of19oO the honorarv title
of seniors with all the dignity and privileges contained therein.
To Fritz Yvavrek we leave the captaincy ofthe football team as a present
from Ferdie Burkhard. Aronoff leaves his pretty freckles to Steve.
Bortz leaves his good looks to the man in the moon.
Don Cole leaves his phonograph to anyone who can furnish needles for it.
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It is Sammy Cooperman's wish that his sunny smile be left to Mr. Shalter.
May he use it plenty!
Damiani leaves his ability to "provoke mirth" while reading Milton to
anyone who takes English next year.
Disman leaves the "Yonkers Herald" to the next guy to occupy his seat
in the mess hall.
Doll behooves us to give to Hammerman his "school girl complexion."
To Percy Haltzel, Egan leaves his manly attitude while listening to Prof.
Knauss. Percy dear, make good use of itl
Farley leaves his speed to Earl Yvarmkessel, our "speed-demon" waiter.
All his honorary marks are left to Bruno by Fetherolf.
Freedman, The Scrapping Kid from Scranton, leaves his Santa Claus
coat to anyone who is not too self-conscious to wear it.
His tennis ability, his baseball and basket ball ability, his marvelous looks, I
and heavy beard Fromer leaves to Rhoda. Don't let 'em throw you, kid.
Grande leaves his ability to keep his mouth shut on all occasions to Iles
who sure needs itl
Haas leaves his sweet disposition to Iackie Rogers.
"Shorty" Hagerman leaves his smile and goodnaturedness to Backinger.
Halteman leaves his mighty power as a football player to any other enter-
prising Bethlehem youth who enters Prep. next year.
Our friends Harris and Hess leave their inseparability to the Siamese twins.
"Babe" Headley leaves his popularity and athletic ability to next years
teams. Think you'll find one as good as he next year, Wvinnie?
Helvig wills his ability as a scientist to Brauch. You can thank your
stars he isn't a chemist, Pauly you'd probably go through the roof.
Hutchinson leaves his beautiful "lady-like" voice, his unlimited betting
funds, and his numerous friends to anyone who cares to be so inflicted.
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ones leas es his miniature drug store to umor
Keller leax es his bow ties to Marian Don t choke vouiself Honey .
Abraham leax es his melodious xoice to Prof Bouyollwl Dont let it get
the best of you Prof'
Kxstler leax es the Duke s table to the next poor wretch who enters the
xx alters dungeon
The astute Mr Konschak leax es his secret reducing methods to his room-
mate Chuck Graham Lord help you now Chuckl
Kramer our go getting salesman leaves his tow line to anyone who is
interested Yes pax ments are xerv simple. Dollar down and the rest when we
Kuhns leax es his maixelous manliness to ack the Giant Killer.
Kummery IT personified leaves his captix ating eyes to anv Allentown
Oculist who wishes to displav something good.
Kuntz leax es his up turned nose to Fanny. XVhoal She s sp edin l
McHugh tired of arguin for Dear old Philly leaves the task to the next
uaker who arrn es at Prep
Miller our heroine leax es his ability as an actor to Shakespeare.
Moessner leas es his snappv sox to any on who is stron enough to carry
To Billv Kluckrich we leave im lllurphy s famous handshake.
Myers leax es his eternal pestering of Grande to any 'fellow who goes to
college with him
NVallv Ondreyeck leas es his violin to the orchestra. Be good to it boys.
It s the only one we have
Parnell leax es his sweet disposition to Prof. Freitag. Hold everythin
Raskm leax es his extensne wardrobe to any fellow who would be a well
Reinhard leax es his famous latin translations to Caesar Cicero or Pliny.
Please send names and addresses gentlemen.
To anyone who can tidy it we leave Renkin's room.
Rhodes leaves his"girl-shynessnto the prep school boys in general. He
has enough for all of theml
V Rice bequeaths his numerous love letters to Prof. Abbott. Yes, Prof.,
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Rosenberg leaves his personality to the best-liked boy in the 1950 class.
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Patty Rv an leax es his wonderful build to Prof. Harkins.
example next vear
Stretch Schneblv leax es his long chain of broken hearts to the next
good looking weight man who enters Prep
Beaver Falls wants us to leave Seaburn s pole-vaulting to Morris. I
Did Seifert leaves his track ability to Aeneas in order that he shall escape
Sell leaves the running of the school once more to Wir. Shalter.
P fghepsky leaves his appetite to Prof Miller. How much do you want for
it ro .
The basketball, baseball and golf playing of Siergiej go to Platt. That
should be enough to keep you quiet Platt. Now be good.
Snow leaves his numerous girl friends to any good looking young shiek,like
himself, who can take care of 'em. And what a job you've got on your handsl
Mr. Stauffer leaves his working shirt to Dundee.
Tegan leaves his sparkling Irish-eyes to any song writer who can compose
a song as nice as those same eyes and as pretty as his girl.
Temko leaves his sax to any one who can play it. He requests, by a un-
animous vote of the class, that the recipient of this gift kindly bury it if he can't
play it any better than he Qrfemkoj could.
"Walt" Trinkle leaves his track records to anyone who can break them. l
Bell Trinkle leaves his soccer ability to Napoleon. N
Van Gilder leaves his ability as a mathematician, scientist, astrologer,
astronomer, and football player to Yvally Du Belle. Hold everything Wally.
"Bob" Voorhees leaves his "ice-pick" as a present, to the guy who wrote
"Among my Souvenirs."
Welsh leaves only his memory to the school. Hey! someone got gypped.
P Zulick leaves his ability to manage a football team to the girls of Hamilton
YVe, the class, extend our most melancholy farewells to the femmes at
ln testimony thereof we therefore set our Iohn Handcock the forty-third
day of Iulember in the year 6790.
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George is rather popular
And an athlete as well
Some day he'll be a minister
And save our .souls from hell.
"Al'eA' Freeland, Pa.
And now, ladies and gents, wc have George
Abraham, the boy who put Freeland. Pa. on
the map. "Abe", besides being regularly on
the Honor Roll, is one of Preps best athletes.
George is one of those strong. silent men which
you often hear about.
On the subject of the opposite sex George
is about as talkative as a clam, but after ga:-
ing at the handsome Visage above and con-
sulting Georges roommate, we know why he
takes so many trips to Freeland.
George expects to enter Muhlenberg next
fall and the class of 1929 wishes him all the
luck in the world.
Aronojrs a shiek of torrid technique,
Hex as slick and as sleek as a seal,
Hes on the spot with it line red hot,
He showed Prep. some real sex appeal.
"Itch" Nlillville, N.
"The Swamp Lily," as Frank is known by
his class mates, comes from Ivlillville. That
was the toughest break he ever got fso he
claimsj. He demonstrated his athletic ability
by holding down a berth on the soccer team
and by his uncanny for should we say snappyj
playing on the Atlantic City Team as a
Aronoll has also turned out to be quite a
student as well as a good friend to all. His
biggest weakness is a craving for the fair
sex, but we all have to admit he knows his
Frank will enter Temple University next
fall and we the class of '29 wish him the best
of luck in his future career.
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Ferd. Old Boy! You did a job
Ax only oi man can do.
For the foolball Ieam of the Purple ZS! White
Wax led hy none olher lhan you!
"Ferdie" Bethlehem. Pa,
NVell, fellows. heres Bucky himself. Raised
in the wild and wooly town of Bethlehem, this
little boy worked hard and hnally not only
succeeded in becoming a great big football cap-
tain but also oneof the best that Prep ever had.
Bucky is the President ofthe Burkhardt
and Halteman Club. The sole aim of this
club is to prevent Prof. Gebert from walking
around the history room by the simple method
of putting one's feet on the window-sill.
Bucky expects to matriculate at NV. 82
and we all know that he will succeed. Good
Don ix a .wafer player.
A darn gout! one loo.
He wears lies of aflaxhy hue
To match liix prelly eyes of blue"
"Don" Palersoh. X. gl.
The next exhibit is a smiling example of
the Uhomo eollegiansu' Don juan Cole. l le
is one ofthe lucky few who can sport a blazing
orange tie and ablaek shirt and get away with
it. Don went out for soccer and returned
with laurcls. The reason Don isn't always on
the Honor Roll is because he is eternally
bothered with these strange uwimminn who
want to know whether they havent seen him
before some place.
All joking aside. Don is one good guy. He
has not decided what his calling will be, but
he intends to be a beauty specialist fSit down!
Sit down! Were only jokingl. Knowing that
he will succeed in whatever he tackles. we all
wish him the best of luck.
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Of Sammy Cooperman now we write,
He was the "banker end" they said
But Sam's power as we all know
N'er got a chance to reach his head.
'iSam" Allentown, Pa.
At last we have reached the wonder boy,
Sam Cooperman. Sammy is one of the local
boys and therefore does not have as much
time to study as the dorm students, especially
with his many feminine admirers always an-
Sam went out for football in a big way and
his playing was a credit to Prep. While he is
undecided as to where he will matriculate, we
suggest he enter some school of salesmanship
for he certainly can throw a mean line in
Prof. Abbott's public speaking class.
Well, so long, Sam. We all wish you good
luck and success.
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Bruno comes from Bethlehem
In an old but stately Ford,
The darn thing will, someday, we hope,
Make Bruno mighty bored.
"Brunette" Bethlehem, Pa.
Here you are, girls! No, it isn't john Gil-
bert. lt's his double, Bruno Damiani, the
boy with the permanent wave, Did you ever
sec such wavy hair outside of the movies?
Bruno is one Big Moment with the girls,
take it from us. Yet he is always on the Honor
Roll and has an enviable scholastic record.
After looking at the handsome Visage above,
you can easily see why Bruno has so little
time to himself. They even call him the Love
Pirate way over there in Bethlehem.
Bruno is going to enter Penn State in the
fall, Good-bye and good luck, old boy!
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From irliere erery good guy ltailx.
Be il alhlete. prexitienl. or marie xlar.
Ile romexfrom the Yonf4er.tjc11'l.
"Ibm" Yonkers. Y. Y.
Une glancc at this young man. the pride of
Yonkers. xy ill convince you that he is a likeable
fellow. 'Al5isH also hits thc Honor Roll hard
"Dis" fxvho said i'Diz::y" 71 may be
seen almost every Saturday night with some
beautiful blonde or brunette. Being a crack
baseball player UD. this little fellow offered
his services to the coach. W'innie Slemmer.
NVinnie. when he looked into our sub,iect's
bright, honest eyes. immediately gave him the
high and much sought after position of water-
"Dis" intends to enter the lhiversity of
lvlichigan and we all extend to him our
heartiest good will.
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llere ix L1 lazyjelloui
Ax erer you liure xeen.
Bu! liek a rear with uiomen.
A xlirek! First cluxx I mean.
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Step up closer. ladies and gents. and feast
your eyes on Exhibit Z. R. F. Doll. Esq..
alias "l3ick" alias "Baby Doll." lhis shy
little brute is a local boy. but Allentown long
ago refused to accept responsibility for his
Vv'hile our heros imposing name does not
adorn the Honor Roll, there is one subiect
that Dick excels in. and thats history, A lot
of the fellows are complaining that our hero
is lvlr. Geberts pet and we shouldnt bc sui-
prised if there were some truth in the matter.
NVhile Diclcs future is still hazy Clilae the
presentj. we. the class of N29 wish him a
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ROBERT A. FARLEY FREDERICK FETHEROLF ,
As pretty a nifty runner Fred's a human book of Knowledge, N
As ever you have seen, And we're not afraid to say,
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And for him girls are keen. He'll tell you right away.
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Let us now introduce the future US. re-
presentative in international track, Robert A.
"Bob" Farley. This young man certainly
can run. We believe that this is due to the
fact that Bob and the Duke have occasional
misunderstandings and consequential work-
Bob is one popular boy around school-
and in Germantown too. He seems to prefer
the hometown girls to explaining to the Duke
why he cut the last few classes and went home
for the week-end without an excuse.
Bob is going to enter Penn State next fall
and we all know he will be a success in what-
ever he attempts to do.
A-Xt last we have arrived to the fellow who
has run away with all the scholastic prizes
for the last four years. Fred is absolutely a
store house of facts.
Fred does not go out so strongly for our
athletic program but in our social program
and scholastic sphere he was always to be
found "johnny on the Spot," He has proved
his worth in our play and on the Alprescho
He sternly believes that argumentation
broadens the mind, and one of his chief past-
times is arguing with the Duke and Prof.
Fred will go to ivlercersburg next year and
we his class mates wish him lots of luck.
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Freedman hails from Scranton,
The hes! louin in the world,
Ile surely thinks so: anyway
Thats what he tells his girl.
'K llappyu Scranlon, Pa.
Ladies and gentlemen. our next presenta-
tion is that clever entertainer, Mr, Harold C.
'iHappv" Freedman. This husky young fellow
hails from Scranton. the home of he-men
"Happy" is one of those clever young men
who manage to be everywhere at one time
lt is almost impossible to attend any Prep.
activity without seeing our heros shining
"Happy" besides being on the Honor Roll
fevery few monthsj is a crack tennis player.
and his favorite hobby is sending fast balls at
Prof. Harkin's nose.
XVe all know that he will make a great
name for himself when he enters Lf of P.
The great emancipaliun
Had nolhing on our Dare.
Over him the girls of Rittersville
Simply rare and rare.
"Scotty" lf. .'N'oru'alk. Conn.
And now we introduce our famous Mexican
athlete, Scotty Fromer. This young chap
comes from some snow covered trading post
in the wilds of Conn. Scotty is one popular
boy. being on the Honor Roll regularly and
going out for basketball. baseball. and tennis.
Scotty doesnt believe in going to lN4ealey's
on Saturday nights---he says the fioor is too
crowded. So he goes there every other night
in the week except Sunday.
Scotty expects to enter Princeton next
fall. Good luck to you, old boy!
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Un every ream, in erery sport.
Youll-find him 'very handy.
And we all like this gentleman,
Xluhose name is Harold Grande.
'Crunilei' Edgewater, N, Al.
You are now gazing on the quietest boy in
in the building and in proportion to his size
and ability we all wonder how he does it.
Harold has been with us for two years and
has in that time acquired a reputation which
is envied by every one in Prep.
Grande won lame for Prep on all our var-
sity teams. But that isn't all, ln his scholf
astic record he has kept up with the best and
has held his own in our social affairs.
l le has several weaknesses and they are all
UBrunettes." On Sunday you can always
find Harold in his room writing fand it isn't
History Note Book work either.J
Grande is going to enter Lehigh next fall
so Good-bye and Good Luck.
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Look what youre lurned oul.
lfarlie Haus .vo cute and sweel,
Full of dogs and sourkroul.
Mfvrusu Fogelsrille, Pa.
Well. fellows, here you are, Another
strong silent man from one of those places
where men are men and women are-all right.
C.-Xll right! NVe didnt know you had heard
that one belorel Earl never says much, but
you know the old saying- -"Still wates run
Earl is everybodyfs friend and nobodyfs
enemy. which is more than you can say about
a lot of lellows. He always has a good aver-
age scholastically. Socially. he is conservative
- every Sunday he calls on the 'One and Only'
in his handsome near."
While Earl is undecided as to what his
calling will be, we all know he will bea success
in any Field. Good luck, Cyrus!
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.NlLJ1Utyl'lOfIj' dear. dortt you tlarei
If you do. I'Il pull your hair,
'l'I1al'.t what Shorlyfs girl told him,
Bu! Shorty tl0esn'I care.
U13uck" Easton, Pa,
Yes! Heres the Easton Flash. Buck or
Shorty as he is known to his fellow class mates
is one ofthe many loyal supporters of A. P, S.
He is behind all our activities. social. athletic
He was a member of our football squad
and a member of the School League Basket-
ball Champs, the Atlantic City Team.
4 Outside of that Buck is a very quiet sort
ot chap: but you know the old saying "Still
Water Runs Deep."
Buck expects to matrieulate at U. of
Alabama next year and we his fellow class
mates wish him all the luck for his future
Hallcrmin hails from Bethlehem,
.-Xml a good old skate is he.
Hel: one of lhe greczlesf guys we know.
And ivilli a smile like his-'wliy sI1oult1n'l lie be?
" Haultyu Bellileliem, Pa,
Halteman has been with us two years now
and he has decided to give the Duke a break
and graduate. During his sojourn at Prep
Haulty has made many friends and has en-
joyed quite a bit of popularity.
His weakness was Physics. And how he
could do problems! We predict a bright future
for this fellow.
Next year he hopes to grace the campus of
Lehigh and we wish him the best of luck.
lDon't do anything we wouldnt do l-laulty
hay! Football Squad. Lehigh.
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You are small bu! do notjear.
jr. Hess ivoritfeel complete
lfyou. Bill. are not near.
,,Bill" Allenloivn. Pa.
Next we introduce to you lvlr. XYilliam
Thakheimer Harris. junior. Bill has attended
Prep. for the last four years and naturally
has acquired a large host of friends. Bill is
one of our younger set and although his size
is against him in athletics has always been a
loyal supporter of all Prep. games.
Bill spends most of his time at the Raub
junior High School. He claims he plays base'
ball but were not so sure about that. He is
one of Prof. Freitags "lVIath sharks." and has
always managed to keep off the Dukes be-
low grade list by a safe margin.
Bill expects to go to P. lN1.Cf. next year st
Good Luck Bill.
CHAS. W. HAUKE
A quiet lilllefellou'
If you speak to him Qf girls
He blushes like a rose.
"Chas" Allentown. Pu.
Hauke is a shy little guy who helps when
ever he can. Altho he wasn't an athlete he
made quite a host of friends for himself around
school. He follows the old adage. Ulittle peo-
ple should be seen and not heard." Thus his
He is quite girl shy and the co-eds of Lf. of
Penn will lose one freshman bean when Hauke
We wish you all the success in the world
kid. Solong. Alprescho. Lfof P.
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Herefs a fellow we all like
For his winning smile and way.
Babe lakes his troubles and his joys
The same troy every day.
Heliiig is o scientist, 0
He slings cz uficketl line N
Ile hails from Hazleton, Pa.
Anil wants to own a mine.
'iBal'e" Atlantic City, N.j. ..C,m,k-- Hawlewn pa
Here is our most popular as well as best
liked member in the class. Babe has a way
all his own and a personality plus.
Babe is one of our letter men and his
splendid work and ability on the gridiron,
court, diamond, track and in the classroom
have made every member of the faculty and
student body proud of him.
Babe is a good winner and a good loser
but the power of his smile on women is too
complex and numerous to mention in this
Babe will go to Centenary, La., this fall
and although we know he will make a hit there
we wish him lots of luck and success. So Long
Chick comes from the coal regions where
men are men and women are gossipcrsg Cno-
thing at all unusualj However this doesnt
makcC1hick a miner and he doesnt want to be
While at Prep, Chick has acquired a host
of friends and been a loyal supporter of all
Prep. activities. He has made out nicely in
his scholastic program and hopes to go to Penn ,
XVcll. Good Luck, Chick we sure hope you 1
State, to take up engineering.
His one weakness is women. He says that
he simply must give the women a break.
come out OK. in your engineering course.
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Wonder round our Prep. Suhool
And ask for Mr. Hess.
Some guy will surely tell you
" Huis the nut who says - 'Oh Yell'-
"Hess" Allentown. Po
Stop! Look! Listen! 1 This gent is the
honorable lvlr. lvlax Hess Jr. the famous
Stage and Screen Star lmpersonator.
His wavy hair and ability to wear a black
shirt and a bright red necktie bring him to our
front row as a challenge to any other Prep.
School in the country for a more original
But outside of his loud clothes and hand-
some countenance he is a good fellow and is
liked by all,
Junior will go to Muhlenberg this fall and
we wish him the best of luck for ducking jobs
and Sophs. cause we know he'll need it.
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HARRY T. HUTCHINSON
From Yonkers town this boy did come.
His complexion light and fair.
The girls all rare when he's around.
Because hes so debonair.
" Hutch" Yonkers. New York. Y,
Hutch came to us after our regular routine
had begun but has proven to us he's no stick-
in-thevmud by any means.
ln this period of time he showed us that he
was a dandy basketball player, actor and a
good all around fellow,
His biggest weakness is a "blonde" and
she must live in Yonkers cause he makes more
than the usual number of trips home,
Hutch expects to go to Washington and
Lee this fall and we. his class mates, wish him
the best of luck. So long Hutch.
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Whal, I od i ne7 M ercuroclzrome?
Sure, come over lo my room.
Nly drug slore will fix you up
Or else youll die right won.
" Herb" Slienandoali, Pa.
Yes. folks, "Herb" is the fairest of all coal
crackers but Herb is going to be a chemist.
We are all pretty sure that Herb cant fail
because he sure does know his Chem, in Prof.
Knauss' class and in the lab. The only thing
were afraid of is that one of these sunny days
all of us will be blown up as a result of Herb s
ingenious chemical mixtures.
He held his own on the soccer team and
has loyally supported us in everything else.
His scholastic record is far from anything to
be ashamed of.
Well Herb we wish you lots of luck in
your future chemistry line.
RUSSELL H. KISTLER
Kixller is a waiter.
I'le's been here several years.
Now Ilia! liek going lo graduate
Walcli the Duke shed tears.
" Kislleru Kulzlown, Pa.
Next we have a representative from that
famous old burg called Kutztown. Kistler is
a quiet fellow and he's so quiet that the Duke
gives him a bawling out, about once a week,
for falling asleep in classes.
He was one of our- famous soccer booters
and held his own with the best of opponents.
ln other lines he has supported us equally
He has kept his scholastic record in good
condition and has been on the honor roll al-
most every month of his school year.
The whereabouts of Kistler's future so-
journ is unknown but we, his class mates,
wish him the best of luck in whatever he may
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'Deed we a'0l
But we all pity the poor girl
W'ho'll have to lire with you.
"Corny" lWilIi'ille. X, j.
Although Konschak comes to us from lvlill-
ville it has not proven to be a hindrance to
him because he has taken to our habits and
routine like a fish to water.
He has managed our soccer team and been
an active student for the last three years. Carl
is one of our most school-spirited boys and
even the coldest days cant keep him from
seeing one of our football games from be-
ginning to end.
He has kept himself well up in his studies
and in our social affairs. Strange to say he
doesnt like girls. C7771
Carl expects to continue his studies at
Temple University and we. his class mates.
wish him the best of luck.
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Kramer our marvelous genius.
Kramer our man-about-town.
Kramer our historical authority.
" Kramer please pipe down."
U Kramer" Allentown. Pa.
Kramer sure has made old Prep sit up
and take notice this past year. He confounds
Prof. Harkins something terrible in English,
Sure knows his stuff this fellow.
He's a jolly good natured sort of a chap,
Minds his own business at all times and is
Very well liked by the student body as a whole.
Next year he putS himself in circulation at
Li. of P. He is sure to be a success and heres
more power to him, Luck Kramer.
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lluillix Kuhns is a nice fall lay
llwlio wen! out for the boxing team.
He fought a rouml with lfsllou'
Anil lantletl on his lean.
"Will" Allentown, Pa.
XYill is a pretty good Chap! Noted for his
marvelous physique. Hes a woman hater
fwhen theyire not aroundj and as bewitehing
as a Norse god. XVe really dont see how the
girls of Allentown can resist him.
Next year NV. and bl. will awake to Gnd
itselfinthe power ofthis handsome young gent.
Should there be any femmes in that vicinity
-- Well l bet theyll fall for this Apollo.
Lots of luck, Kuhns.
JOHN S. KUNTZ
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Ana' liantlxome ax can Ive,
lIe'Il own the city of Allenloiiin
glut! you wail anti' see.
"Nlt1t'lt1'e" Allenluirn, Pu.
Little liunt: comes from the best eity on
earth faeeording to Prof. Knauss and himselfj.
Hes the sweetest little thing you ever laid
eyes on. Hes still single too. He CLIIS a
wicked Hgure around Prep and is so small
youd almost take him for Lon Chaney in ai
Next year he leayes us for Dear Old
Princeton. His smile should stand him in
good there, Well Kuntzy tal-ye care of your
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Nlcliugh is one of our "W'ise Boysf
Who knows each and every fact.
Be it math, physics, or chemistry.
"The Profs can sit on a lack."
"Ned" Germantown. Philadelphia, Pa.
We now introduce to you our favorite son
"Ned" McHugh. Genius means work and
A'Ned" works. He has only been with us one
year but in that period has acquired a wonder-
ful scholastic record. especially in math and
Ned won his "A" on the soccer team and
much of our soccer fame belongs to his splendid
foot work. His hardest task. however, is
convincing Prof Knauss that he is his best
Ned is earnest in all he does and has a
good share of common sense. He expects to
continue his studies at Lehigh and we. the
class of '29 extend to him our best wishes for
success. So Long, Ned
CHARLES A. MILLER, JR.
Heres to Charlie Miller.
Our actress so blithe and gay.
The editor loo of this book,
And a darn good skate, I'll say.
"Chick" Allentown. Pa.
Fair reader, for otherwisej, you are now
gazing on no other than Nlvlrsjanet Cannot"
in the guise of a school boy,
Charlie or Chick as he is known has par-
ticipated in almost every activity which took
place in the past school year. ln Charlie we
have one of our brightest and most popular
boys, but this does not mean that he is a
book-worm-far from it. Charlie can take
care of himself in any sport Qparticularly in
Charlie has also participated in all our
social affairs and hasvmade a fine record for
himself during the foul' years he has been with
Charlie will go to F. and M. this fall to
prepare for a Denistry course at the U, of P.
and we, the class of '29 wish him the best of
luck for success in that line.
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llme speak next if our Prexitlenl, .llyerxl lllyers' O merciless breaker tjhearlsl
llefv a good pal tee must say. ll hy ilo you .tleer clear of lhe girls?
He smiles for ereryhody, llnilli your handsome face and glillering eye,
rind lhal smile is there Io slay. You make their hearts Simply whirl.
nik .. Aflanmk Cm, N, J 'Alimu lielhleliem, Pa.
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You are now gazing on the handsome
countenance ol our President. He was Pre-
sident oi our class last year and did his job so
xxell that we ruled him President again this
Besides being our President he has been
captain oi the soccer team lor two consecutive
seasons and a first rate baseball player.
lke. needless to say, keeps himself on the
honor roll and well up in our social ranks.
lle will go to Westchester Normal this fall
and we, his classmates, wish him the best oi
luck for success in his undertakings there.
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jimmy came to us from Bethlehem High
and has built up for himseli an admirable
record while here at Prep.
llis chief traits are promptness. quietness
and the pursuit ol' knowledge. jimmy never
comes late to school and is very seldom, ii' ever,
late for classes, He speaks only when spoken
to and usually has his head buried in a book.
Qwhziit kind ofa book! l l YJ
He. very unlike the rest of us, has seen no
particular attraction in girls or in any one
girl. We really believe sometimes we ought
to get Grande to help him out of that trouble.
jim is going to Lehigh this fall and we
wish him the best of luck. So Long. Qlim.
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Tall, lanky. handsome. quiet duck, Wally lakes life serious.
W'ho'll discuss things now and then And studies hard as H .....,,. .
He gels Prof Harklns all hauled up. When he becomes a minister,
With his' l'loii'.' Where' Xfhy and When ' He should make out, well.
"Nick" Allentown. Pa. MW'ally" Newark, New jersey.
Our next presentation, Nick Nicoll. is a Yes you are now gazing on a sample ofthe
day student. He is a very quiet fellow. like youths that Newark, turns out, Wlally has
all day students UD, and well liked by every- only been with us one year but has pulled
body. thru in swell form. He hasnt starred in any
- - , , athletic team but he has set up a very good
Nick is somewhat ol a mystery to all of Scholastic record
us--'fhe claims that he is not interested in the
fair sex. and we have not yet been able to Wally is one of the quiet,studious type and
catch him in the company of some beautiful is liked by all, but. strange to say he turned
girl. We really believe Nick has his dates down some of the affection wished upon him
outside of Allentown. for nobody can convince by the girls. XVally is no woman hater but
us that a handsome fellow like Nick has no he believes in the saying, "Business before
interest in girls. Pleasure."
Our hero is undecided as to his future plans Wally will take up the ministry and we. the
but wherever he goes he will take with him the class of '29, extend to him our sincerest Wishes
good will of the class of 1920. for success in the future.
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.Your well mention Bill Parnell
A nice little chap. And Howl
Someday at dear old Iluest Point
lle'll my -- Youre out of step you cow,
'Bill' Rye, N. Y.
Fair reader gaze now on the fellow who
has helped a lot in getting over this book
which it is your privilege to read.
He is seen often but heard seldom. Ile is
busy all the time preparing for a course at
Vfest Point where his dream will come true.
Nfany times you can see him dreaming in his
room probably about the days to come at
Bill has made a host of friends and has
made no enemies here at Prep. We know his
determination and stick-to-it-tiveness will be a
big asset to him in the future.
So long Bill and lots of Luck.
Oli you ivonlan killer!
1'Il lie! irlien you see your girl
Itsjoy with iiiliicli you fill her. l
"Park" .'xllz?FIlO1l'l'l, Pa.
This earnest young man came late and
immediately impressed everybody with his
earncstness and hard work,
"Pcrl4" as hc is known among his friends
has a reputation as the most quiet lellow in
We must not forget his efforts in behalf of
this boolq. lie distinguished himself as a
salesman of no mean ability. His 'ado' helped
XK'herex'er he may roam he has the best
wishes oi the class of '29.
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CHARLES PIN I
Iloii' ivoultl you like Io mee!
A lm-V ax nice tix nite toultl lu'
llefw tery quiet untl likeable too
Tliilv l'okx'. fallen' Charlie Pini.
"Cliurlie" Pliillipxluirg. .X sl.
Next we introduce to you Charles Pini.
Charlie is a very quiet boy and runs close
competition to Grande in that line. His
pleasant nature has won lor him a large host
Charlies size was slightly against him in
athletics but lor a rumble seat his si:e is
superb. Charlie is quite a shielc but besides
being a ladys man he is a mans man too.
Charlie expects to matriculate at Lafayette
next fall and we are sure he will succeed in
whatever course he follows.
Good-bye and Good Luck Charlie.
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Dultliiel Dutlliie' Here you le!
Yelcom! Yelfom! From ux lo ye!
You play .tower like only Dundee can
Anil if you keep on growing youll .soon be ti man
"Duti'liie" Allentown. Pu.
Dutchie in this last year has shown us
rand Duncleej the proper way for a center on a
soccer team to conduct himself.
K His contortions and manipulations of his
leet, to say nothing ol his Hsweet accent.
earned him the name ol 'ADutchie! '
But Rapp isnt as bad as all that. He is
a darn good fellow and he sure knows his
German and Sourkrout.
Rapp plans to take up some form of bank
work next year and we. the class ol' '29 wish
him the best of luck.
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Ruskin is a good old man
As good nalured as you could uiish,
He may be jewish and all of that,
But canned beef and cabbage is his dish!
"Murph" Paterson, N. tl,
Murph has so many clothes he simply must
know what to wear on all occasions. Hes a
soccer player ol' repute and takes the cake as
His Uamici sunt legions." He is very po-
pular and is indispensible around the school.
He promotes every new fad and makes us
follow his example too.
Next year he'll start at the Wharton
School of Finance, Good luck Murph.
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LA YARD RE INHARD
A studious gent is Layard, '
As prelly as a doveg X
Ile never could get chemistry
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Bu! how that boy can love.
"Remy" Allentown, Pu.
Ladies and Gentlemen! You are now
gazing on a typical good old time Allentonian.
Reiny has been going to Prep. for four years
and knows the ropes thoroughly.
Every Saturday you can see him driving
around town with his side kick Doll in a truck
Hirting with every girl they see.
Layard hasn't taken to athletics at all but
when it comes to our social affairs he is always
ready and never satisfied.
Reiny expects to go to Perkiomen this fall
and we, the class of '29, wish him all the luck
in the world. So Long Reiny.
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As nice as nice could be,
For it would have to be, l'd say
Funny to be like he.
"Reds" Oradell, N. j.
Next on our program is the redheaded
wonder-Bill Renkin in person. "Reds" is a
veteran at Prep. He can remember when
Prof. Freitag weighed 150 lbs. While he is
not always on the Honor Roll, he holds his
own very well.
Athletically, Bill is a crack tennis playerf?J
and he is very adept at indoor sports. Cahem!j
He knows quite a few local girls,-and many
ones from Oradell, judging from the sweet-
smelling letters that he receives.
Reds is going to Stanton Military Academy
to prepare himself for the office of commander-
in-chief of U. S. forces in the next war. Good
HENRY M. REYES
Here is a skinny fellow
Comes from Sandinds forces.
His old man owns a ranch far away
And he surely knows his horses.
"Sandino" Nicaragua, C. A.
This handsome C. American gent is a shiek
and don't forget. The girls of Allentown think
he's as pretty as a picture. Bring on your
His smile and doublejointedness has won
him many friends and it'll be a long time be-
fore we forget him.
Next year he plans to enter U. of Havana
where we are sure he will make out great.
Good luck, Sandino.
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DONALD RHODES ELLIOTT J. RICE
Heres the athlete big and strong A sprinter fair ofjet black hair
Hes always sure to get along And beautiful complexion
No matter where it is he goes He runs quite well and we have heard
The girls will say, " He's not so slow." That girls are his destruction.
"Don" Atlantic City, N, 'iBill" Burlington, Vermont.
Rhodes is another Atlantic City productv Herels 3 boy who makes our track Oppon,
and is an athlete of no mean ability. He made cms tremble ghd eat the dust. fRude girl:
both football and baseball teams and played "ls,-ft he really Stunning,
on the Atlantic City team which won the
school Championship. Rhodes made out well
scholastically also. Although no shining light
he worked hard and got all his credits.
He expects to attend Washington and
jefferson where we know he will make good
scholastically: and that he will be a big asset
to W and J 's football and baseball teams.
Well, so long, Rhodes lots of luck from the
Prof. Abbott sure did give the school land
Allentown womenj a real break when he
brought Rice down here from Vermont.
We dare say he is quite a popular, well
liked and attractive lad. Say you haven't seen
anything until you see him.
Rice will go to Notre Dame this fall and
we hope he can pull thru in as good form there
as he has here.
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Now Rosie dear, would'st lend your ear
To hear a poets wriling7
You're a darn good guy and all of that
Bu! you're Oh, so good atjighlingl
"Rosie" Paterson, N.
Rosie arrived here after our regular routine
had begun but dug right in and has, since
then. proven his worth in many ways. When
the call for help on the Alprescho was issued he
immediately volunteered his services as our
art editor and you only need to take one look
at the sketches to see that this Baby knows
Rosie has been especially active in our
social activitiesg and judging from the girls he
is seen with he sure has i'lT."
Next year our friend Rosie expects to
matriculate at Temple University and we, the
class of '29, wish him the best of luck for
future success. So long, Rosie,
Patty dear, did you hear
The news thats going round?
For skipping out to Cedar Crest
You'll stay on campus grounds.
"Ray" Bogota, N.
Time! --- 2.45 Plvi. Place: - In front of
High School. Ryan! S Pardon me miss have
we not met before? Then as the girl turns
around and Patty gets a glimpse of her phy-
siognomy 17770 he decides whether he has or
There are only two things wrong with
Patty. First he always gets his history lessons
all bawled up and second he walks around as
though hes walking in his sleep. When ever
he gets in one of these moods some one just
has to yell "Look at the girls!" and "Presto
Changou Patty comes to.
Patty expects to go to Georgetown this fall
and we, the class of '29, wish him the best of
luck for success in that time.
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QSUSSIIIYIGII Carnes from Mauch Chunk
Anti goes back every tluy,
He won us all right off the hat
With his pleasing smile and way.
A1S'as.vy" Mauch Chunk, Pa.
'llimci About twice a week. Place I-f -
Olhcc. Sassy in a very meek voice:-V
Shalter, mayl have an excuse for being absentu
Dukei- -A'W'hat's the reason?" Sassyi- -
"Well, its along story but anyway l missed the
Sassy has a very pleasing nature and as it
is rumored is a good football player in lvlauch
At chapel and noon his voice can always
be heard above the angry mob who are struggl-
ing to get ice-cream at Prof. Gebert s stand.
Sassman hasnt decided where he is going
next year but we'll wish him the best of luck
just the same. Good-bye, Sassy!
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Schiller was a steller athlete,
Ile hen! us to his will,
liek the only one of all of us.
To get a bid to Rillersrille.
"lY'hilney" Yonkers N. Y-
Schiller is another of the Yonkerboys. and
he believes in letting the boys know it. When
he isn't talking about Yonkers he is having it
out with his room-mate Fromer. The boys
called Schiller "Whitney" but he was no
A'Whitney" by a long shot.
He managed to get all his credits though
he had rather a hard time of it. We do not
know just where he will matriculate next year
but we, as a class, wish him lots ol luck.
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What makes the girls of Allentown
'Turn round and stare and stare?
Look, right on that young dapper man.
Thats Schnebly right up there.
"Stretch" Mercersburg, Pa.
Yes, "Stretch" as we know him is the
flash from Mercersburg. "Stretch" has been
instrumental in raising the plane of athletics
at Prep. and he is a boy of whom the school
can justly be proud. l-le made his letters in
football and track. Besides a t h l e t i c s,
"Stretch" managed to find time to hit the
books. His subtle sense of humor, timely
remarks and optomistic attitude have done
much to brighten our Prep. School boys and
with such a line he will surely make good in
We wish you lots of luck "Stretch"
He will matriculate at Washington and Lee
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As quiet as a mouse
He struts around the building though
As if he owned the house. N ,
"Frank" Beaver Falls, Pa. X
Next on exhibition is Frank Seaburn, our
illustrious, handsome Prep schoolite. F rank
is either heard snoring or seen whizzing by N
with his side kick Reed in their limousine f
"a la knock." N
This limousine has very nearly been con-
verted into a "rent a car" by Frank because
its in such demand. I
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can't warn the girls that the Prep. Flash is
coming. But whereever he does go, we, his I
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As quiet a guy as you ever knew,
This guy of the second floor,
He rooms with Mr. Kistler
And still doesnt know the soccer stores.
"Sonny" Hellertown, Po,
lf you ever watch any of our soccer games
and noticed a handsome young fellow dashing
furiously all over the Field, you probably
wished to know who he is. We'll tell you -
Elmer Seifert. QThe girls call him "S0nny"J.
Elmer is also a track man, which fact
makes his roommate, Kistler, green with envy,
He is a likeable chap, especially with the
girls. The dresser in his room is liberally
adorned with snapshots of pretty girls, both
local and from Hellertown.
Sonny is going to Lehigh next year and
we predict lor him a bright and prosperous
CHARLES P. SELL
Of "Papa" now we write about.
A smart old duck is he.
W'hen he gets out of college
Hell make a swell M. D.
"Papa" Allentown, Pa.
Behold, but do not grab! CHe's already
been bookedj. Papa Sell is not only the oldest
and probably wisest member of our class but
he is our favorite stage star.
Sell, as all those who saw "The Great
Adventure" should know, is some actor. He
has also helped us put across our biggest ac-
complishment, "The Alpreschof'
Sell has been kept busy all the time but is
never too busy to help us out of a rut or lend
a helping hand in all our activities.
Sell will go to Hahneman next year to
take up a Pre-Medical course and we, the
class of '29, extend to him our sincerest wishes
for success in that line.
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Heres the Leiderman of our class
A good old skate and jolly
His power at heaving iron shots
M akes competition folly.
"Leo" Bronx, N. Y., N. Y.
Yes, Leo is the Leiderman of our class.
He demonstrates his power by cleaning up a
few of the third floor boys every nite. He also
demonstrated his power on both the football
and track team. You will have to go far to
find a better lineman than Leo and further to
find a better discus thrower.
Do you remember how he threw the discus
in that Stroudsburg meet, I guess he does.
He has all his credits and next year he
expects to matriculate at Syracuse.
So long Leo, and lots of luck from us all,
JOHN J. SIERGIEJ
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We now salute our golfer friend
Siergiej here's to you.
"Siem" Plainfield, N.
This is the quiet, studious boy from Plain-
field, N. J. This boy who has been successful
in sticking to his studies and playing on dif-
ferent athletic teams on the side.
Siergiej made his letter both in basket-
ball and baseball. He is also a golfer of no
mean ability. He expects to be National
Golf Champion in a few years.
Siergiej expects to enter Columbia Uni-
versity and his classmates will vouch that he
will make good and be well liked by everyone.
With such a well balanced character he should
have a contented and useful career ahead of
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llello, there honey! W'hat'x your name
I hail from Atlantic City!
What Say' 8.30 tomorrow night'
O. K. my name is Smitty.
"Smitty" Atlantic City, X. j,
The above occurs about once a week for
Smitty believes that variety is the spice oi
Smitty has added fame to our basket ball
season, but by far the more important are the
laurels he has won for himself. as well as Prep.
on the mound ofa ball diamond.
Pitching is Smittys middle name and he
sure does know his curves ftake that any way
Smitty will go south with Babe Headley to
Centinery, Louisiana this fall and we wish
them the best of luck.
HARRIS G. SNOW
Of turnetl up nose and ilistainful .vmile
ls Mister Harris Snow,
He hails from old New London Town
So look him over Ho.
"Dope" New London, Conn.
Dope as Mr. Snow is known by his class-
mates is one of the original Connecticut
Yankees. He has been with us only one year
but in that time has stamped himself as a loyal
supporter of all Prep. activities.
His nickname is not derived from his
characterg far from it for he is always ready
to help out whereever and whenever he can,
Dope has shown up good in his scholastic
record and we are sure that when he attends
Brown next year he will make a success.
Au-Revoir Dope and lots of luck.
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Snyderls a commercial slude, A funny little guy is this,
We don't know much of him. So shy and so reserved .
He always brings his chariot here We wonder has he got a girl?
And takes a gang home 'long with him. Or doesrft he have the nerve?
"Sle!tler" Trexlertown, Pa.
"Snyder" New Tripoli, Pa.
Lawrence has been coming here for a long
time. This year he came in one of those old
Chariots which we hear so much about.
He has taken up a business course and is
usually so busy ticking a typewriter and going
back and forth to New Tripoli, that we very
seldom see or hear him.
His chief hobby is painting and drawing
and we wouldnt be surprised if some day he
LeRoy is the ambassador from Trexler-
town, the metropolis of the East, sent to us by
that city's Chamber of Commerce. just be-
fore dawn each morning Mr.Shalter is rudely
awakened by a loud stamping of feet and
slamming of doors. lt's only LeRoy Stettler,
here for the days work UQ.
LeRoy is always on the Honor Roll with
a very good average and he also plays tennis
lusually with girlsj. He is quite popular both
in school and in Trexlertown. fWe won't go
into that nowj.
Muhlenberg will be honored next year
with LeRoy's presence. Heres luck to you,
is the worlds leading artist. old boy!
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Bunny ix our poet Now our ideas are all .vet
And a football hero loo. Ye! its ivorils of praise ure .xeek
Bu! he excells in arguing
And stepping on your toe.
"Bunny" Derby. Conn.
Behold a sample ol' a true Connecticut
lad. Jim came to us this year from Derby
High School and has made quite a record for
himself in all lines.
He won his "A" on our football team and
when time came for work on the Alprescho he
was awarded the position of Asst. Editor as
well as class poet. We must say he has done
Bunny has one weakness and that is keep-
ing out of fights with his roommate Spotts.
Bunny expects to matriculate at Carnegie
Tech. this coming fall and we wish him all the
luck in the world for his success in future Fields,
So long, Bunny!
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As our quarlerbach, nicknamed hffelcei'
Zeke went to church so often that we be-
gan to get suspicious and our detective agency
sent in the following report on his actions.
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Sunday nite right before church
Church. joe walked into church
After the services.
Church-joe comes out with a
girl on each arm.
joe besides being a lady killer is one of the
niftiest quarterbacks Prep. has ever produced
and we are all proud of him.
He will matriculate at Villanova this fall.
He has our best wishes for success in the line
he has chosen.
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Temko is a nice young chap,
He wears a Coon skin coat,
He runs around in fast company
And sure can get your goat.
"Temp" Scranton, Pa.
Here is a boy who hails from the same berg
as Freedman and sure does toot a wicked sax.
He keeps himself well informed as to what
the "Well dressed man will wear" and what
the "Well dressed woman" won't wear.
Besides being a jazz hound Temko wields
a wicked tennis racket and has acquired a
loyal bunch of friends thru his pleasing way.
He will go to Wharton School this fall and
we, the class of '29, wish him the best of luck.
So long, Temp.
" Hello there folks! How are you?
MLook me over Ain't I the darbs?
Come on fellows give me a hand,
I am a wizard with the cards."
uTitlow" Bethlehem, Pa.
This quiet young man is one of our future
hopefuls, We expect great things of this guy.
He may be quiet but take it from me he has
Next year he'll give Lafayette a break and
go to school there. And what a break they'll
lt's hard to say what the girls think of
him since he absolutely refused to say any-
thing on the subject. Well, be good Titlow,
and good luck.
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As his cousin fair, at all.
He played sorter more or less
Ana' makes plenty of noise in the hall.
A'Rip" Allentown, Pa.
W'ell, well, look whom we have here! Rip
'l'rinkle, the soccer star, himself. Rip is the
Dukes' pet in Trig. class-why many times
he is excused from class, and the Duke helps
him out of the room land howij
Bill is often seen running up and down the
main street with some pretty local miss. They
all fall for these athletic men.
Rip is going to Chester Naval Academy
to learn how to take a girl out on a canoe ride
without capsizing the boat. We feel sure he
will be an admiral some day with a girl in
every port. Good luck, Rip!
As stern as slern can he,
X'an'sjusl a trifle Dutch,
Look close and you can see.
"Van" Ocean City, Nl.
Van! Behold him! Whait stern features
these. ls he not the picture of the great
mathematical genius he is? A football player
of great renown Qin N. jj. Vans aristocratic
ways and democratic ideas sure have placed
him to the fore in the class of 1929.
Lehigh and Penn are both bidding high
for this famed athlete. May the best college
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Uur gualer on the soccer team
And a baseball player of nole.
He raised a mustache small and clean.
Bu! aff' il came hy popular wie.
"Bah" Allanlic Cily. X. Fl.
Bob comes from Atlantic City, the worlds
playground. He is well-liked by all the Prep.
students and no wonder! Besides being on
the School Honor Roll every month, he went
out for soccer. basketball, and baseball, He
may be seen at all Prep. activities. both athle-
tic and social.
Yes sir. we all admire Bob, both for the
characteristics named above and for his hand-
some mustache. CHe shaves it olf and then
lets it grow again according to his lancyb.
Bob is going to enter Lf of Tennessee and
we, the class ot '29, are sure that his efforts
there will be crowned with success,
Zulick is a quiet fellow for
He rooms all alone.
Which means hell be a bachelor,
And his home will he his own.
" Kaiseri' Orwigsburg. Pa.
And last. but not least, we present lvlr.
Philip Zulick, or A'Foggy" as he is known to
his dearest enemy, Chile Miller. The favorite
sport of these two is to knock each other un-
conscious on some dorm bed every day.
Philip. while not athletically inclined. is a
good student and his romantic name adorns
the Honor Roll every month.
Kaiser simply laughs when girls are men-
tioned, but we wonder why he goes to Emaus
Foggy is going to the State Forestry
School next year and we all hope he becomes a
big toothpick manufacturer.
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W. A. KLUCHARICH - - Vfbe-Pre.r1'dent
A. M. KNAUSS - - Secreiary
M. ROCHEN - - - ,Treaxurer
Non Diem Perdide
Green and Gold
BAKER, G. E. ILES, A. IR. PLATT, A. D.
BRAUCH, P. C. IACOBS, G. B. RHODA, D. I. S.
CONROY, E. I. KLUCHARICH, WM. A. ROCHEN, M. I.
DAVIES, G. H. KOCHER, C. F. Rocoxos, W. A.
DECKER, C. E. KOHN, B. M. SACKS, G. H.
DEIOURNO, V. I. KooNs, C. A. SCHAFFER, C. F.
EDDINGER, L. C. KOSTER, R. SCHNELLER, I. I
Es'rLow, K. V. KNAUSS, A. M. O. SHAFER, F. T.
GRAHAM, C. E. LUPOLI, G. SNYDER, W. L.
HALTZELL, R. K.
HAMERMAN, B. P.
HIRTLE I. E.
HUNSICKER, R. F.
MACKENZIE, D. W.
MACMILLAN, WM. H.
MOATZ, C. A.
MUSSELMAN, R. W.
PERKINS, E. F.
PERRY, T. R.
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TAUTE, A. C.
UHLE, I. D.
WAVREK, F. F.
Woou, H. R.
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YEAR nearer our goal and ambition - and what a
glorious year for the class of 1950. As a class, this past
year has meant so much to us in preparation for the re-
sponsibilities of seniority among the classes next year.
Numerically we have grown to the robust number of 42.
In organization we are strongly united to work for the success of
Allentown Prep. and the fame of the class of 1950. Scholastically,
as a class, we have achieved marks which give evidence that the
race for honors will be lively and close at our graduation. Athle-
tically, Prep. could boast of no team in any sport which did not
include Iunior class stars. Socially we have sponsored dances and
entertainments, meeting success with each affair. Indeed we thus
have grown to maturity in classhood almost over night. We
have always deemed it a pleasure to have attended school with
the present Senior class and our growth thus has been wholesome.
But our plans will evolve a greater class than theirs in thoughts and
deeds, due in a measure to their past endeavors, which we will
eclipse to the greater glory of the class of 1950.
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I W. H. BEI-IRINGER - - Vice-Pmrident X
C. G. WONDEIILH' - - Secretary J
I. S. REICHARD - T reamrer X
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BACKINGER, A. F.
BEHRINGER, A. W. H
BRUNO, R. B.
DUBELLE, A. W.
KRAUSS, U. L.
LEONARD, I. W.
LICHTFUSS, F. I.
LOBATO, E. M.
M EVANS, A. R. MOESSNER, W. I.
I FENSTERMAKER, C. A. REICHARO, I. S.
FISHER, R. REICK, D. P.
GATTLIEB, S. I.
VOLCKMANN, H. R.
XVEISENBERG, R. A.
A HOELZEL, Y. D. WONDERLY, C. G.
0 KRALOWETZ, W. H. WOODS, G. S.
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ISTORY, as a rule, is a recounting ofthe events which
happened during a long period of time. As Sophomores,
however, we are forced to limit our history to the brief
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spent in acquiring the Prep. spirit and preparing ourselves for
the greater responsibilities as sophomores. In this we feel that
we have succeeded, for the Fall of 1927 found us back at Prep.
with new zeal and enthusiasm.
Our class has grown during the summer vacation and we
further boast the distinction of being one of the few classes,
which, as Sophs, contributed members to the Varsity teamsg
Richard Bruno being one of the mainstays of the Varsity soccer
teams, while "Red" Dubelle starred in football and basketball.
Not only athletically but also scholastically, we feel that
we have made an enviable record, for the Sophomore class was
always well represented on the monthly honor rolls. The spirit
of co-operation and good fellowship which prevailed among the
members of the class, we are confident will lead us on to still
greater achievements in years to come.
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P. MEJIA - - Vice-Prarfdenl
S. G. REQUE - T reafurer
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BRUNO, V. I.
FROVA, G. I.
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REQUE, S. G.
SCHAADT, W. B.
SCHMITZ, A. C.
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the four year march to glory and graduation. The J
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pranks were received in the spirit of our year as Fresh- ,
men. Scholastically, the records credit our class with the best X
marks throughout the year. In spirit there seemed to be no class I
which attained more fully the respect, love, confidence and esteem X
for the school and teams as did the peppy class of '52.
Athletically, our class was slightly small for varsity sports,
but we always managed to have a good time among ourselves. xl
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content to watch the various social functions biding the time Q
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friends and tell them to "watch us grow."
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BLEILER, LAROY M.
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XHAUKE, CHARLES W.
MARQUES, MARIO P.
MILLER, CHARLES B.
MORSE. SAMUEL P.
- Havana, Cuba
Venezuela, S. 11.
Nicaragua, S. 11.
Venezuela, S. fl.
New York, Aff.
llyamlzingfon, D C.
XMURTAUGH, EUGENE I. - fgllentouif, ia.
XRAPP, JULIUS K. - ion.rvi e, a.
XREYES, HENRY M. - Plziladelplzia, Pa.
"'SMITH, GEORGE T. - ffllavnlic City, N. J.
XSNYDER, LAWRENCE L. - .N ew Tripoli, Pa.
FFTITLOXV, ARTHUR G. Betlzlelzenz, Pa.
ZEA, ALVARA - Columbia, S. A.
WGRAIJUATES OF 1929.
H. H. RIDDELL - - - Head of Deparlmenl
AXVARDED BOOKKE EPING CERTIFICATES
RAPP. IL'LIL's K.
Typewriling Speed Recorzir
Agusti, F. Underwood Certificate 52 Remington 27
Lobato, Yvilliam Remington Certificate 25
Marques, IW. Remington Certificate 25 .
Morse, Samuel Remington Certificate 50 Underwood pIn40
Reyes, Henry Remington Certificate 29
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E. XVARMKESSEL - - T reafurer
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LORISH, FREDERICK C.
NEUXN'EILER, THEODORE C.
ROGERS, IOHN I.
SCHMAIQCH, WM. R.
SCHMOYER, HAROLD M
STEVVART, JAMES K.
TICHENOR, STEPHEN I.
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growing demand for an institution that would meet the
requirements of bovs who are still too voung to carrv the
The umor School enrolls boss as earlv as eight or nine
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The boys are given special attention according to their needs.
Small classes and systematic study enable bright boys to save at
least a year's time in their education and yet do the work with
pleasure and comfort.
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and their own physical training and athletic teams.
This year we have twelve boys enrolled. The student body
of the Iunior School is a group of interesting, wholesome and
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During the first week of school, we organized our group '
and elected the following officers z- President, Frederick Lorishg X V
Vice- President, lack Rogersg Secretary, Harold Schmoyer, and
T reasurer, Earl Xvarmkessel. X,
The class decided to collect weekly dues for a trip to Crystal
cave some day near the end of the school year. This annual xl
feature always arouses great enthusiasm and brings anxious days
of waiting as the school term draws to a close. N t
In athletics our class has also been active as in former years.
Football, basketball and baseball teams were organized and a
number of games played during the respective seasons.
The members ofthe upper class of this department making
satisfactory grades are promoted to the freshman class.
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BEHRINGER, W. H.
HELVIG, C. A
DEIOURNO, W. H. HEss, M.
FARLEY, C. A. HUTCHINSON,
FETHEROLF, F. A. ILES, A.
FROMER, D. I. IONES, H. L.
GRAHAM, C. E. MCHUGH, E. I.
FULLER, C. A.
MURPHY, L. G.
RASKIN, I, S.
SCHNEBLEY, L. W
SELL, C. P.
SNOW, H. G.
TEGAN, G. W.
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HIS CLUB has made much progress since its debut in Ianuary. lt was
founded by a group Of students who united because of their interest in
science and their desire for further knowledge along scientific lines.
Under the careful guidance of Prof. Knauss it has attained a high level
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Meetings were held every Thursday in the science lecture room at 2.30
P.IVl. Varied programs were Offered at these meetings.
HAROLD GRANDE '29 - Pre.ridenl
CHARLES P. SELL '29 - Vice-Prarideni
M. ROCHEN '50 - Sec. and Trearr.
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FERNANDO AGUSTI, Havana, Cuba Secrelary X I
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ASSARDO, OSCAR, Guatemala City, C. A. N
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f HOUGH this club was formed somewhat late in the school year, thev
found it to be of great help in the study of the German language. Undex
the careful guidance of Prof. Miller, most interesting meetings were held
Through the formation of this club it was made possible for them to
enjoy German Magazines and books which the average student knows nothing
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PAUL C. E. BRAUCH -
EUGENE F. PERKINS -
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CHOOL had been opened only a few days when Yvinnie Slemmer, coach
par excellence, called on candidates for football. The summons was
answered by about fifty-five fellows. It sure looked like a wealth of
Three or four weeks of hard practise, during which time almost
half the squad dropped off, and the team was in shape for its first game.
On October twenty-ninth, the team left for Harrisburg to play its first
game. Beckley College was the victim. On a field of shiny mud Prep. battered
its way to an impressive 15-0 victory over Beckley.
Our next opponent was Peddie. VVe were vanquished 7-6 at Hightstown.
Mercersburg loomed on the horizon as our next foe. An over-night trip.
lVhoopiel St. Thomas' Hotel sure had some excitement that night. Next day
we left for Nlercersburg. It was a swell game which we should have won but
didn't. The final score was 0-0 and a good time was had by all.
After the Nlercersburg game the team was told of the mighty powers of
Ursinus. Prep. entered that game with the old "Die for Dear Old Rutgers!"
spirit. Since it was the first home game the boys wanted to show the home folks
how it was done fthe girls were included in thatj. Ursinus put forth its best fight-
ing spirit but to no avail. Prep. ran rough shod and trampled them 2640.
Lehigh Frosh came next. They had a heavy team and a former "Perkin
star in the backfield. Ah! Revenge is sweetl Prep. sunk Lehigh 6-0. Lehigh
was utterly helpless.
The game of gamesl ARMY PLEBESl Prep. went to old lVest Point with
a grudge over last years defeat at the hands of the Cadets. The treatment and
sleeping quarters the boys got softened them a little. The kick off brought it all
back though. Right then and there it started. Yvavrek got peeved and made a
touchdown and the try after it was good. Army scored somehow or other but
couldn't make the point. A little later "Zeke" Tegan picked up a Cadet fumble
and, with splendid interference from Headley, ran over fifty yards for Prep's
second touchdown! That ended the scoring for the day. Prep. won 15-6 and
everybody was happy until the next game.
Keystone sure beat Prep. 6-O was the score. Funny how we lost to
Villanova Froshl "They're Irishln says Yvinnie. Didn't mean a thing to
Prep. Everybody had an off day and we beat the Green and lvhite 25-6.
MacKenzie, N. Y.'s' pride and joy took it into their heads to play Prep.
They were a scrappy bunch but that was all. Prep. forgot its manners and beat
its guests 44-0.
So ends the tale of the 1928 Season.
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September 29 Beckley College 0 Prep. 15
October 6 Peddie Prep. 6
l October 15 Mercersburg Prep 0
October 24 Lehigh Frosh Prep 6
October 27 Ursinus Frosh Prep 26
October 51 W'est Point Plebes Prep 15
November 10 Keystone Academy Prep. 0
November 17 Villanova Prep. 25
November 24 Mackenzie School Prep. 44
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September 28 Beckley College Here
October 5 Peddie Away
October 12 Mercersburg Away
October 19 Yvenonah Military Away
October 26 Ursinus Frosh Here
November 2 Lehigh Frosh Here
November 9 Keystone Academy Here
November I5 Villanova Frosh Here
November 23 Perkiomen Here
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f FIRST PASSES
SCORE DOWNS TRIED COM. PUNTS DIST. PENAL
Buckley 0 1 7 2 8-50
j A.P.S. 15 21 1 1 1-15
Peddle 7 6 6 0 5-15
A. P. S 6 17. 7 4 6-55
Mercersberg 0 9 6 5 2--10
A. P .S. 0 8 4 1 6-45
Ursinus Frosh 0 11 8 2 2-10
A. P. S. 26 17 4 4 2-20
Lehigh Frosh 0 15 6 1 5-55
A. P. S. 6 16 3 1 6-40
Army Plebe 6 10 9 0 2-10
A. P. S. 15 12 6 5 7-45
Keystone Academy 6 5 12 5 7-65
A. P. S. 0 12 10 5 5-90
Villanova Frosh 7 7 15 6 2-10
A. P. S. 25 10 11 8 6-50
Mackenzie O 1 2 0 4-50
A. P. S. 44 22 6 5 6-70
Opponents 26 65 71 19 55-26
A. P. S. 151 155 52 52 45-47
Wlavrek, 243 Klucharich, 243 McFadden, 213 Tegan, 183 Headley, 143 Grande,
Hagerman, Schnebly, Siegel, DuBelle, 6 each.
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N THE nineteenth of December the annual banquet was held in honor
of the football and soccer teams. Over two hundred persons were there.
The proceedings of the evening started with a beautiful turkey
supper. It was our first good meal since we left home. Following the
supper hir.-Sell proffered the greetings of the class of 1929 to the teams.
Next on the pro ram was Prof. Abbott who spoke on behalf of the faculty.
He congratulated the Tioys on their successful season and the splendid sports-
manship they had shown. He told them that the faculty was proud of them.
Dir. Herman Neweiler, P. M. C. olo star and Prep. '24, spoke next on
behalf of the Alumni. He informed the Tioys that the alumni was pleased with
the season and wished that Prep. would have some more teams as good as the
Our old friend George Dlajerceik spoke next. He gave us to understand
that the boys from Nluhlenberg were behind everything that went on at Prep.
He congratulated the boys on what he called a brilliant season.
Now then we had something to think about! Prof. Gebert stood up to
make a speech. Prof, in his usual emphatic tone calmly portrayed for us a mental
picture of two giants. One represented our football team and the other our
soccer team. Accordin to Prof's account we don't wonder that Perkie and Belle-
font turned down our cfiallenges.
Dir. Harry Stuhtdreher, coach of Villanova's undefeated team last year, gave
the boys some sound advice as to college football. His talk was very interesting and
he sure was given a big hand when he was through. He could have spoken for
an hour and l doubt if we wouldn't have liked to hear more from him.
Lehigh University, in the person of none less than the distinguished coach
Mr. Austin Tate, congratulated Prep on its fine showing during the season. Mr.
Tate also gave a very interesting talk.
Dir. H. Lester Haws delivered the banquet speech. As everyone knows
Mr. Haws was one of Dartmouth's stars not so long ago. He gave an excellent
talk on sportsmanship and the value of playing the game clean. Dir. Haws
amused us with many interesting stories of his college career.
A familiar figure in all Prep ventures came to the fore next. It was Mr.
Yvm. Harned. He distributed the letters and certificates which the boys had
lmmediately following these presentations our own coach Mr. Yvinfred
Slemmer, alias Yvinnie, presented the gold footballs and soccer balls.
XVhen the cheering had subsided after Mr. Slemmer's speech the letter
men filed out to elect next years captain. Air. "Fritz" XVavrek was chosen as
Ferdinand Burkhardt's successor.
The banquet broke up at ten-thirty, and a good time was had by all.
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UR SOCCER team of 1929 has proven that it is worthy j
ofthe admiration of Prep. School. Although, confronted K
by many difficulties the team made its schedule a credit Q
to the school. X
At the beginning of the season coach L. Hardner found
that only one former varsity man had returned but the response
to his call for soccer men was good and soon the coach had at
his disposal a dependable team.
The schedule was long and hard but the boys more than
held their own. Both the Princeton Frosh team and the Perkio-
men team went down in defeat at their hands. Of the twelve
games our team played, they won four, lost three, and tied five. 1
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Iames, T. IW. O.L.
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Aronoff, R. F. O.R.
McHugh, E. - - L.H.B.
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Cole, D. F. R.H.B.
Nl Assardo, Oscar L.B.
Murphy, G. - - R.B.
Voorhees, R. S. - G.B.
, Lobato, Wyilliam - - LR.
1 Oct. 6 Prep. - - 1 Liberty High - - -
' Oct. 9 Prep. - - 2 Nitchmann High - -
X Oct. 15 Prep. - - 0 Liberty High - - - -
Oct. 16 Prep. - - 2 Hellertown High - -
I Oct. 20 Prep. - - 2 Perkiomen - - -
Oct. 27 Prep. - - 2 Stroudsburg - - - -
Nov 5 Prep. - - 5 Princeton Frosh - -
X Nov. 6 Prep. - - 1 Nitchmann High -
Nov 10 Prep. - - 0 Penn Frosh - - -
X 1 Nov 17 Prep. - - 7 Perkiomen -. - -
Ilgov. 20 grep. - - 1 Nitchmann High - -
I ov 25 rep. - - 2 Hellertown High -
I Yvon 4, Lost 5, Tied 5.
X A. P. S. 25 Goals, Opponents, 20 Goals.
MEN WHO RECEIVED GOLD SoccER BALLS AND LETTERS
Murphy, G. QCapf.D Kistler, R. H.
Assardo, Oscar Bruno, Richard
Cole, D. F. Aronoff, R. F.
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4 Lobato, Wm. McHugh, E.
Iames, T. M. Iones, H. L.
Marques, Mario Voorhees, R. S.
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MMEDIATELY after the close of the football season
a call was issued for candidates for the basketball team.
The response to the call was very satisfactory. A few of X
last year's men were back and a number of new boys J
came out determined to make a strong bid for the team. X
Day after day coach Slemmer would drill his men in team X
play in an effort to perfect a passing game and beat down in-
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The team developed into a splendid unit. X I
A strong and excellent schedule had been arranged and the
boys proved themselves equal to the task. If any individual xl
player can be singled out as a star it is captain "Babe" Headley.
His brilliant shooting and floor work were features of every
Too much credit cannot be given to coach Slemmer. He
developed team play and a passing game, that at its height
was unsurpassed. Much credit for the successful season is also
due to manager Murphy.
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1 A. P. S. 59 Freeland
X A. P. S. 50 Yvyoming
A. P. S. 27 Perkiomen X
A. P. S. 54 Freeland
A. P. S. 24 York X 7
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A. P. S. 41 Wyoming l
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' A. P. S. 18 York I
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A. P. S. 26 Keystone
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UR BASEBALL team again went at its training this
season under coach "VVinnie" Slemmer. By April the
team was in trim and they began their season by de-
feating Wlyoming Seminary to the tune of 8-5.
The positions which the boys played were:-
Spotts as catcher, Murtaugh, Smith. Heist were our pitchers
Voorhees and Abrahams at first baseg Myers and Siergiej at
second baseg Klucharich starred as shortstop, while McFadden
held down the position at third base. The outfield positions
were occupied by Rhodes, Grande, Headley, Murphy andDisman.
The team had a very successful season beating our old rivals
Perkiomen by a score of 19-6. We played some of the best
Prep. school and college freshman teams in the country losing
only three games. This team we can justly be proud of, but we
must not forget that their success is due largely to the splendid
coaching of Hwlinnien Slemmer.
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APRIL 20 Temple Frosh
APRIL 24 Princeton Frosh
APRIL 26 Villanova Frosh
APRIL 27 Perkiomen School
MAY 1 Ursinus Frosh
MAY 5 wyoming seminary
MAY 6 Penn Frosh
MAX' 8 Lehigh Frosh
MAY 10 MacKenzie Prep.
MAY 11 Perkiomen
MAY 15 Lafayette Frosh
MAY 18 Vllenonah Military A
MAY 29 Tome School
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HIS YEAR our track team was organized in the fall and
under the guidance of coach, Mr. E. C. Abbott, moulded
into one of the best teams the school has ever had.
lust before the cold weather came we held an Inter-Class
Meet, during which the ability of the boys was very encourag-
ing to the coach and school as a whole.
During the winter months the boys practised, off and on,
in the gym. At the first sign of spring they were ushered out of
doors and began spring training in earnest.
The first of our out door meets was at home with our old
rivals, Stroudsburg Teachers College. We won this meet and
took eleven of the twelve first places.
After a successful trip to the Penn relays we met Perkiomen
School here. They also fell before us and four records were
broken on that day. The biggest feature occuring when Powell
threw the shot C12 lbs.J for a distance of 51'-ILQH breaking the
schools record by more than six feet.
On May 8th the team won a triangular meet with Muhlen-
berg and Lafayette Frosh.
On the 11th of May the track team journeyed to Princeton
to compete in an Interscholastic Meet held there. They tied
for sixth place. Welsh ran the best mile he had ever run up to
that time making a time of 4:51.
In the remaining meets with Ursinus Frosh, and the Inter-
scholastic Meets at F. 81 M. and Perkiomen they were successful
and came thru with flying colors and deserve the praise of the
school as a whole.
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MAX' 8 Muhlenberg-26 Lafayette-28 5 "6
Allentown Prep-52 U6
MAX' 11 Princeton Interscholastics -- Tied for sixth place
MAX' 15 Ursinus Frosh-18M Allentown Prep-89M
MAX' IS F. and M. Interscholastics - First place in Prep class
IWAX' 25 Perkiomen lnt ersc holastics
Nleadow Brook Indoor lnterscholastics Second Place
Scranfon lncloor lnfersclmolastics-F1'rJ'l fn Jlfle anahllezlley Relay
Penn Relays-Third place in NalionalInfenrcl1ola.rl1'c .llerlley Relay
Penn Relays - F1'r.fl place in llze mile relay
F. and Al. lnterscholastics - - Firm! placv
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UR relay team was very successful this season. It is
composed of George Reed of Beaver Falls, Robert Far-
ley of Germantown, Welsh of Tamaqua, Elmer Seifert
of Hellertown, Frederick Wavrek of Catasauqua and
Elliot Rice of Burlington, Vermont.
This team lowered the record which was made by last
years' team, and won a place in every race they ran in.
In Ianuary they ran at the Meadow Brook Indoor Inter-
scholastic Meet. There they won a second place and brought
home four medals.
At the Scranton lnterscholastics they were more successful
taking a first place in the medley relay as well as the mile relay.
This time they brought home the bacon in the form of eight gold
medals. This ended the indoor meets and the boys prepared for
their last relay race at Penn.
On the twenty-sixth of April they ran in the National Inter-
scholastics Championship Medley Relay of America taking a
third place. VVelsh was the hero ofthe day pulling the teams up
from ninth to third place.
The following day they ran in the mile relay taking a first
place and breaking the record at Penn for our class as well as
the record of our school.
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PRIL 29 Moravian College Reserves lfwd-ll
I MAX' 7 Lansdale High School Here
N MAX' 9 Bethlehem High School Here
MAX' 21 Lansdale High School Away
4 MAX' 22 Moravian College Reserves Here
MAX' 25 Bethlehem High School Away
X MAX' 27 Faculty Here
MAX' 28 A. P. S. Alumni Here
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1 HE MEMBERS of this club achieved the greatest success of all the N
previous dramatic clubs when they presented their masterpiece of the
X season "The Great Adventure." It was presented in the auditorium of
the Allentown High School on the evening of April eighteenth to a X
splendid audience of parents and friends of the student body. Every-
one was greatly enthused over the production. X f
Great credit is due to Prof. Boulanger who organized the dramatic club Q
and whose splendid coaching brought the players to so high a state of efficiency. X
Ir. Hess was the business manager and Harris G. Snow was our most efficient
stage manager. 1
Charles P. Sell and Charles Miller Ir., both local boys, displayed unusual -
talent in portraying the leading characters of the play. Though neither one of X 1
these players had ever taken part in dramatics previous to this year much credit
is due them for being theabackbone of the production. Three other local boys l
who took their parts very well were VVilliam Behringer, Ir., Fred Fetherolf, Ir., X'
and Victor Delourno, Ir.
Lewis Schnebly, Edward T. McHugh, David Fromer, George Tegan. Iames N
Nlurphy, Clarence Helvig, Herbert Iones, H. Hutchinson, Robert A. Farley,
The out-of-town students who took part in the play were Charles Graham,
Alfred Iles, and Isadore Raskin. Q I
"The Great Adventure" was the fourth annual play given by the students N
of the Allentown Preparatory School and was secured through special arrange- A
ment with the Yvalter H. Baker Company of Boston. The comedy was composed X
of four acts which were surrounded by very good stage settings and exceptional
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DR. PAscoE -
IANET CANNOT -
MISS HONORIA LooE
JOHN SHAXVN -
MRS. ALBERT SHANVN
LORD LOENARD ALCAR
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H.-XRRIS G. SNOXV
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Edward T. JIcHugl1
Clzarlef A. Jliller, Jr.
If' m. Behringer, Jr.
Victor deJourno, Jr.
Fred Felheroy, Jr.
Iwadore I. Raokin
Clarence H elvzg
- H. H uichinmn
Robert 11. Farley
- Alfred Ilea'
- JI an ager
N FRIDAY October fifth our annual smoker was held
It wasn t the usual Perki Smoker lt was one to pep
our bovs up for the Peddie game Hence the old
traditional Perki Smoker changed to the Peddie
Smoker." Everybody supported it and enjoyed the speeches by Mr.
Benfer, Mr. Shalter, a few of the Professors and coach "YVinnie"
Slemmer. Despite the disasterous results which occurred the J
following day, many pleasant memories will remain in our minds X
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N THE fall the Iuniors started our social stone rolling
with their Fall Hop. This dance was held in the school
gym and under the supervision of Professor Gebert was l
made a big success. The music, furnished by Art Mick-
ley's Fantasy Seven, and the beautiful decorations added toward I
its success. With this as an incentive everybody looked forward
to the biggest dance of the year, the Senior Farewell. The
Committee in charge of this dance was:
KARL F. KOCHER HARRX' R. XVOOD
BENJAMIN HAMMERMAN ALFRED ILES, IR.
ALFRED M. KNAUSS XVILLIAM A. Roooxos
On the night of May Twenty-third the Seniors held their
Farewell Dance in the Hotel Traylor. The music was furnished
by Hughie O'Donnel's Orchestra. Next to the Alprescho this
was the Seniors biggest undertaking as well as their biggest
l success. The committee in charge was:
IAMES MURPHX' HAROLD GRANDE IAMES NICOLL
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X CLASS - Harkin's class in Spanish at 8.00 l
HARKINS - Grande, start to read from top of page 26 to bottom of page 27, N
f Parnell take from there to middle of page 29, Fromer, go upstairs and
N waken Schiller and Hutchinson. '
l'I.-KGERMAN - May I leave the room Prof? I took a physic last night.
HARKINS - It seems darn funny, you must take a physic every night.
FROMEgztETgtCgaIcel:lc:i1rgainj They'll be down in a minute or two. Where shall I X I
HARKINS - Take from where Parnell left off.
HAGERMAN - fBack in roomj Prof. You don't know how 'much better I feel
I H.ARKINS - QFive minutes laterj Fromer go up and tell them two guys if they
Q iljoniget down here to class they'll have to go to the "Duke" for an excuse I
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I FROMER-They must be sick or they'd surely come down. They wouldn't
X think of missing a class. N
QA knock on the doorj if
H.ARKINS -- Don't answer the door, its too late now.
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SHEPSKY - Can t you leave a fellow in when he knocks? X
X HARKINS - Can't you get here on time?
I SHEPSKY -I was cleaning the class rooms. S
X HARKINS - Yyhat does that make me? l
S!-IEPSKY - Wlell, I'm coming in anyhow. X
HARKINS - Don't get acting tough now. Ifyou do come in be quiet. I've had
SHEPSKY - Go ahead pick on me, I'm used to it.
HARKINS - Don't get hard, you might get a sock in the eye. g
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HARKINS - I want order and if you don't let me have order I'll go down and see N
the "Duke" about you.
SHEPSKY - Let's go down now. I'd like to see him about you. l
CThey return and in the meantime Schiller and Hutchinson arrivej.
SCHILLER Tuwhy don't you dry up Shepsky, you'd make a guy think you are X
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SI-IEPSFY A Shut up or I ll throw you out the window.
HARKINS - Oh vou will throw me out the window will you.
SHEPSKY - W ho said anything about throwing you out the window. I was talk
ing to XI hitne5 Schiller.
HARIQINS W Be careful or I might throw vou out the window.
SHE! SPY - YY hat am I supposed to do laugh?
SCHILLER - It would be too bad for you Shepsky if I were the Prof.
Shepsky socks W hitnev and Harkins decides not to show the boys how
tough he is sitting still as a mouse.H
HARKIINS - Read Grande.
GRANDE -I didn't finish it all yet, Prof.
HARKI'NS - Read Parnell. I
PARNELL v Not quite finished with my part. X
HARKINS - This class is getting as bad as my ll:-10 Spanish class, they're thick
but you fellows are getting just as thick. I
FROMER M Too many note hooks to keep up to date Prof. XVe don't get time to X
HARKIiNS - Don't give me that line. YVhen I assign a lesson I want it prepared.
HAGERMAN - Pardon Prof. but I'd like to leave the room again. X,
HARIiINS - Yes, hut tonight try one pill instead of two or three. Shepsky
what does "tengo miedon mean?
SHEPSKY - I am afraid, but I'm not afraid of you. f
HARKINS - Dry up, I'd like to teach some Spanish this morning. N
FROMER - Is Dundee going to roll the tennis court to-day?
HARKINS - Ifl leave it up to Dundee the courts will never he rolled. I'll do it
myself. Now don't ask any more questions.
HUTCHINSON f Yvere you down at lVIealey's dance hall last night Prof?
HARKINS - Yes, it was pretty good. lVIet a nice girl too.
IVHITNEY SCHILLER - Was she white?
HARKINS 1 Enough from you, coniugate "ser",
YVHITNEY - Since when can you conjugate a noun?
HARKINS - You're impossible.
YVHITNEY - Don't blame me, I room with Fromer.
GRANDE W Alright Prof. I'm ready to read now.
HARKIINS A- Soon time, go ahead.
fBell rings, ending class period.D
HARKIINS - Now to-morrow we must get down to work.
SHEPSKY -- YVhy don't you stop that Prof?
HARKINS - And Shepsky if you can't act your age don't come in and bother us
to-morrow. You're excused.
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The world is old
Yet likes to laugh
New jokes are hard to find
A whole new editorial staff
Can't tickle every mind
So if you meet some ancient joke
Done up in modern guise
Don't frown and call the thing a fake
Iust laughg - Don't be too wisel
PROF HARKINS - Who was Queen during the Elizabethan Period?
FREEDMAN - Queen Anne.
SCHILLER - Men of my type are not found everywhere.
STOKES - Of course not-that's what they have insane asylums for.
PROF. FREITAG - What's the formula for the area of a sphere?
HESS - One half the base times the altitude.
HU'rcH1NsoN - May I kiss you?
HELEN - Say! What do you think I'm waiting for? A street car?
PROF. KNAUSS - Do fish perspire?
DUBELLE - Of coursel That's what makes the ocean so salty.
"May I have a drink?" the girl friend asked.
"Here's a tumbler of water," quoth I.
She tilted her head and angrily said,
"Fm not dirty you fool- l'm dry."
RASKIN - Have you ever heard the Hebrew Song?
TEMKO - No. What is it?
RASKIN - Don't Iewish you knew.
On A Spree.
VOORHEES - Hicl Tom shall we Hicl gggo to the fire sale?
PERRY - Lesh not. Ain't got no use for a fire.
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PALL REVERE Qshoutxng in a window Husband home?
PAUL Tell him the British are coming
PAUL another window Husband home?
PAUL 4 Tell him the British are coming.
PAUL fstill another windowj - Husband home?
LADY - No.
PAUL: CDismountingj - T'hell with the British.
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DUKE W- Frederick it gives me great pleasure to give you a 90 for the month.
FRED - Why not give me a 100 and give yourself a real thrill.
SHE - If I were your wife I'd give you poison.
RHODES - IfI were your husband I'd take it.
POP - No I will never recognize an actress as my daughter-in-law.
SON - But really she isnlt an actress. She only thinks she is.
KONSCHAK - I have a suit for every day in the week.
RICE - Great! Let's see them.
KONSCHAK H- Here it is.
PERKI STUDE - Say, how come you didn't Ag?
dispute Allentown Prep's claim to the H
State Football Championship.
BELLEFONTE DITTO - Brother - there isn't X
any claim worth the beating you'd take
from that team.
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Can you imagine the Duke with a smile?
Prof Abbott making a mistake in Englis .
Prof Arner without a smile?
Prof Boulanger without a cigarette?
Prof Freitag weighing about l20?
Prof Gebert giving an easy final?
Prof Harkins with a full head of hair?
Prof Herzog chewing tobacco?
Prof Knauss without a wisecrack?
Prof Miller with a mustache?
Prof Riddell without glasses?
Yvinnie Slemmer not spending a Saturday nite on . Diadison Street?
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Vtlho drinks more liquor than is wise
Is sure of gaining paradise.
Vtlho drinks too much, as I have said,
Will sleep for long like someone dead.
Who sleeps the sleep no dreams are in
Does not, of course, plan any sin.
YVho plans no sin, you must agree
A sinner surely can not be.
Therefore who drinks more liquor than is wise
Is sure of gaining paradise.
For good looking people only.
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I Greekable profile,
X Cuteable smile,
Pettable - Hell yes!
YVINNIE: fto football cancliclatej -- .
X Have you had any experience? AQ, fwggpionz E R 1 S
I SCHILLER: fproudlyj-Oh yesl Last cg E 0 fd
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I wouldn t stir myself two feet
To see a football game
Not worth the trouble I repeat
X Besides they're all the same. X
You pay three bucks and then you get
A seat behind the goal.
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I'd rather see a third rate show-
This football makes me sick
What's that - two tickets - you can't go?
Say - let me have them quick.
FROMER -- Would you call for help if I kissed you?
SHE - Do you need any help?
SWEET YOUNG THING - My goodness but I'm warm.
SCHNEBLY - That's what they all say.
GRANDE - Why are you looking so fed up Bunny?
STOKES -211 bought a book called "How to make love." and I don't know what
GRANDE - Why? I
STOKES - It says you should take the girl's hand and say, 'I love you Beatricef
GRANDE - What's wrong with that?
STOKES -- My girl's name is Betty.
Laying down ilze law.
SPOTTS - Every time I kiss you I feel like a better man.
COED - Well, you needn't try to get to heaven in one night.
FETHEROLF -- I think nothing of studying live hours a night.
MILLER -- I don't think so much of it myself.
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It s the little things in life that tell," said the flapper as she yanked her kid
brother from under the sofa
There was a voung maiden from Ember,
YVho went to New York in November 5
She got a good job
And being no slob
She married her boss in December.
Coedlr verwion of a Proverb.
As you rip so shall you sew.
"lust one more glass and then I shall leave," said the dishwasher as he
picked up a cake of soap.
RYAN - Vtlhat would you do if you burst your sides laughing?
RICE - I'd run till I got a stitch in them.
STEVE - I've got a surprise for you.
MR. HERTZOG - Well what is it.
STEVE - I've just swallowed a tack.
A youngster came crying to his mother.
"NVhy dearieln she exclaimed, "YVhat's the matter?"
"Dad was lifting a box and it fell on his toes," exclaimed the child between
"But that is nothing to cry about, you should have laughed at it."
"I did," replied the boy.
GRANDE - Catch me quick, I'm dizzy.
COLE - Yvassamatter?
GRANDE - I've just been reading a circular letter.
CEDAR CREST FRAIL - Men are like a tube of toothpaste.
SECOND DITTO - How come?
FIRST DITTO - You have to give them a squeeze before you can get anything
out of them.
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Geffyfburg flddremx a la Prep. School.
Two years and seven months ago our fathers brought forth upon this
continent an idiotic law, conceived the day after the night before and dedicated
to the proposition that all liquor is intoxicating, yea even unto shoe polish. We
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are met at the morgue. We have come to identify the last few remains of our
lawful friend who has given his life trying to prove this. It is altogether fitting and
proper that we bury him. But in a larger sense we cannot live, we cannot be
merry by drinking orange ade. The brave men drunk and sober have concen-
trated it far above our poor power to add or subtract. The world will little note
what we say here, but they shall always remember our cry for better beer.
It is for us the drunk rather than the sober to be left here with the un-
finished flasks which they have so nobly given. It is for us the sober to be here
dedicated with the large flasks remaining before us, and that from these honored
dead we take their last full quart for consumption, and that we hereby highly
resolve that these men have not drunk in vain, and that this nation under God
shall have a new brand-for the people, in the people, and by the bootleggers
which shall not perish from this earth.
By H. C. Freedman
KRAUSS - Did youse hear bout de treek someone played on Iacobs?
FISHER - No. I
KRAUSS - Some one left von of dem there birth control pamphlets in his hen
house and he ain't had no eggs for a whole month.
GENT: Cengaging chaufferj - And when we're not using the car there's the poul-
try house to clean, the dogs to look after, and you can give the gardener a
hand in your spare time.
APPLICANT - Yes sir and what kind of soil is it?
GENT - Soil. Why?
APPLICANT - I just thought if it was clay soil, I might make a few, bricks to fill
in the time.
SELL - How many barrels do you sell a week?
TRINKLE -Q About twenty.
SELL - Well I can tell you how to sell twenty-five barrels of beer a week.
TRINKLE - How?
SELL - Fill the glasses properly.
SHE - I wish I had thought twice before I married you.
HE - I'd be satisfied ifl had really thought just once.
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PARNELL Do vou beliexe in heredltvq
HARKINS How manv tlmes haxe I told you to come to class on txmeq
FREEDMAN Honest ProfI don t know. I thought you were keeping score.
SNOW - Of course that's how I got all my money.
SALESMAN STETTLER - Is Mother in?
LITTLE GIRL - Yea. But so is Papa.
One in a .fllillion
A dumb little coed named Stella
Had never been out with a fella
But half an hour later
If by luck you could date her
There wasn't a thing you Could tell her.
SMITTY -W Do you object to petting?
SHE - YVhy that's something I never do.
SMITTY - What? Pet?
SHE Q No foolish. Object.
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STUDENT - QAbsentlyj You're a clear sweet girl Anna. O
HAMILTON PREP. GIRL - Anna. My name is Barbara.
STUDENT - I say you're a dear sweet girl and I love you with all my heart.
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Its unlucky to open an umbrella in the house In a modern apartment
it isn t unlucky it s impossible
DIL RPI-Ii I call her my dauntless sweetheart
HEADLEX How come?
MURPHY - 'Cause she's always saying, Oh, dauntless do this and dauntless do
Will Back-Seal-Driving Come Io Tluir?
Be careful, Iohn, you almost hit that Zeppelin! You did! You did so!
You didn't miss him by more than six inches. There is some one behind you
wants to pass us, you better pull over. Iohn that looks like an air pocket ahead.
Don't you think you'd better shift? Oh, I can't remember whether we locked
the kitchen door. I'm afraid we better go back. You're sure? Yvell, if there's
any of my jewelry missing - STOP! Goodness you scared me.
Iohn, are you sure our wheels were all right when we took off? I've got a
feeling the left one has dropped off. I'll take a look. Yes it has - no -- yes -
no, it's all right. You'd better slow up over this town. They are terribly strict.
Don't you think you're flying a bit low. Say, look at that adorable field of
buttercups-couldn't we stop? Are you sure you have gas enough? - Iohn
its raining. Yes it isp I felt a few drops. YVe'll have to put the top up. No, it
was only a cloud. Do be careful ofthe next one you can never tell who is inside.
Eeeeeee! W'hew! I thought you were going to skid right into him.
Iohn stop speeding! Stop, I say, there's a cop behind us. You don't care!
There what did I tell you? XVe're pinched. Now you keep quiet and let me do
HELVIG - You remind me of a gold fish in a bowl in that gown.
H. S. SKIRT - How do you make that out.
HELVIG - You have so little seclusion.
Our idea of tough luck is being a yes-man during leap year.
REED 3 Yvelsh wears such smart hats.
SEABURN - Yes he gets them from only the most exclusive restaurants.
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BEST ARGLER -
BIGGEST EATER -
I BIGGEST PROCRASTINATOR
X CLASS FATHER -
CLASS BABY -
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X CLASS OPTOMIST
X I CLASS PESSIMIST -
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ABRAHAM - "Pass the potatoes."
ARONOFF - "Ie ne sais pas."
BORTZ -- "Emause." X
BURKHARDT - "VS'hat,d ya say?
COLE - "Pardon you." X I
COOPERMAN - "Did ya tho?"
DAMINAI - ' You ain't so hot." '
DISMAN - "The hell you say!" X i
DOLL - "Did you see that jane
EGAN - "Yes.', I
FARLEY - "Chawmed I assure you." X
FETHEROLF - "Is that right."
FREEDMAN - "Check off." X I
FROMER - "Aw shut up Schiller."
GRANDE f "Good bye please."
HAAS - "Sure.,' Ni
HAGERMAN - "Do you know what's apotsfer?"
HARRIS - "Aw com'on."
HALTEMAN - "Is that right?"
HEADLE3' - 'Wvhat saying Baby?"
HE1sT - "Uh Huh!"
HELX'IG - "VVait'll I tell you about Hazleton."
HESS - "I'cl slipped outlu
HUTCHINSON E "Aw don't tell mel I'm right!"
IONES k "HehI Heh!"
KELLER - "Quite so!"
KISTLER - "Der vill be a meeting of Cler CHOIMIIIIN CLUB!"
KONSCHAK - "I've reformed."
KRAMER - "Either way is correct PROFV'
KUHNS -- "One round is plentylu
KUMMERX' - "IWIaybe.n
KUNTZ - "Yoo Hoo Profl Here I am."
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IVICFADDEN - "I'm tired."
MILLER - "Have it in as soon as possible."
MoEssNER - "Yes"
NICOLL - "I don't agree."
ONDREICEK - "It's the fashion."
PARNELL - 'fBring it."
PINI -Q "No."
RASKIN - "Raskin's the name BUD."
REED in "Didja ever hear of Beaver Falls?"
REINHARD - "Let me translate PROFIU
RHODES - "Dam'f not!"
RICE - 'WVatch me bust that record!"
ROSENBERG - "I'm a useful guy."
RYAN Q "Heyl W'here's my two bucks?"
SASSAMAN - "Time to go Prof?"
SCHILLER - 'I
SCHNEBLY W "Ask Hutch."
SEABURN - "You no me."
SEIFERT 4 "They figure on me taking first."
SELL - "See me later."
SHEPSKY - "Ain't I good?"
SIERGIEI - "Want to see my write-ups?"
SNOXV - t'Gee, I met the swellest girl today."
SMITH - "Now up in Hagerstown."
STAUFFEN - "How could you?"
STETTL1-:R - "Might be so."
STOKES - HAnd don't muff' it.U
TEGAN - "Hello Ioelv
TRINKLE, QXVALTD - "Gonna serve beer?"
TRINKLE, CVVMJ - "Is that a fact?"
VAN GILDER - "Now in High School--
VooRHEEs - "Damn Tootin!"
XVELSH - "VVatch my speed."
ZULICK - "Now when I was Manager."
THE CLASS - "Good bye forever."
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or run like Rice
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f or play the piano like Sell
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I or wis ecrac k like Hess
or play football like Tegan
or have hair like Damiani
or mind our own business like Grande
or have dates like Freedman.
or have a fur coat like Graham
or a car like Voorhees'
f or be as clever as Miller
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 14
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SUNDAY, SEPT. lb
MONIJAX', SEPT. 17
TUESDAY, SEPT. I8
WVEDN ESDAY, SE PT. 19
THURSDAY, SEPT. 20
FRIDAY, SEPT. 21
SATURDAY, SEPT. 22
SUNDAY, SEPT. 25
MONDAY, SEPT. 24
TUESDAY, SEPT. 25
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26
THURSDAY, SEPT. 27
FRTDAY, SEPT. 28
SATURDAY, SEPT. 29
SUNDAY, SEPT. 50
MONl7AH', OCT. I
TUESDAY, OCT. 2
WEIJNESDAX', OCT. 5
THURSDAY, OCT. 4
FRIDAY, OCT. 5
SATURDAY, OCT. 6
SUNDAY, OCT. 7
School opens. And howl
Boarding students begin to come in.
Classes 'till noon.
Students learn that there will be no smoking in the
rooms. tUnless you're not caughtj
Sight seeing tour organized for benefit of new students.
Tegan goes to church talone?j
Zulick misses breakfast for the first tbut not the lastl
First call for football men. Schiller decides to go out
for the team and give Prep a break.
Dundee calls for soccer men. Practise called off be-
cause of absence of Cap. Murphy.
Prof. Gebert begins lectures on history notebook and
Fish for dinner. Zoop for supper.
Headley and Murphy arrive at school from Atlantic
City just in time to go to Mealey's.
Prof's CSD go to Crystal for supper and thence to----??'?
About ten men decide they're too good for the football
team and drop off.
Still more men tincluding Schillerj drop. Prof. Freitag
acts as substitute.
Prof. Gebert gives easiest exam he ever gave.
Only two months 'till Thanksgiving.
Prep. football men journey to Harrisburg'
Prepi. 133 Beckley 0. Good start, keep up the good
Football team gets a rousing welcome home.
Blue Monday no football practise.
Grades and below grades go up on bulletin board.
tWait 'till the folks see those markslj
Duke gives out first warning to trig class about 2:50
Duke still raving. Prof. Freitag gets his baseball pants
torn playing football.
More fish and zoop. Prof. Boulanger fools 'em. He
takes supper at the Crystal.
Peddie 75 Prep. 6. Tough break. Soccer Prep lg Liberty
Something fishy about this. Tegan goes to church for
the third consecutive Sunday. Who is she "Zeke'?"
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TUESDAY, OCT. 9
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10
THURSDAY, OCT. 11
FRIDAY, OCT. 12
SATURDAY, OCT. 15
SUNDAY, OC'r. 14
MONDAY, 0C'l'. 15
TUESDAY, OCT. 16
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17
THURSDAY, OCT. 18
FRIDAY, OCT. 19
SATURDAY, OCT. 24
SUNDAY, OCT. 21
MONDAY, OCT. 22
TUESDAY, OCT. 25
WEDNESDAH', OCT. 24
THURSDAY, OCT. 25
FRIDAY, OCT. 26
SATURDAY, OCT. 27
SUNDAY, OCT. 28
MONDAX', OCT. 29
TUESDAY, OCT. 50
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 51
THURSDAY, Nov. 1
FRIDAY, Nov. 2
SATURDAY, Nov. 5
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Prof. Gebert gives annual lecture on advantages of
going to school.
Soccer team ties Nitchmann High 2 - 2.
Zuliik falls asleep and misses supper but he didn't miss
Election of class officers. Rahl Murphy.
Football team journeys to Mercersburg. Good luck
A.P.S. Og Niercersburg 0. Whoopeel Soccer, Prep. 0
Liberty High 5. Bah!
Everything quiet. Football players rest.
Ryan goes in the tailoring business.
Prof. Gebert starts selling insurance and outlines.
Soccer, Prep. 2 Hellertown 2.
William Thalheumer Harris Iunior seen with four girls.
The Duke informs us that we're wasting our money
going to School. CWe wonder if he meant about the
Steve decides to be Winnie Slemmer's personal guardian.
A.P.S. 6, Lehigh Frosh 0 fFootballJ
Prep. 25 Perki 0 CSOCcerj. Old fight gang.
Prof. Abbott seen with two blondes in a car. fBe care-
ful they don't make you walk homej
Prof. Boulanger tells us what a lot of good we would
derive from his camp.
Doll gets initiated into the secrets of writing Outlines by
Our fears are over for a Successful football Season.
Disman begins to sweep out his room.
Disman still sweeping out his room.
A.P.S. 265 Ursinus Frosh 0. tFootballD
Prep. 2, Stroudsburg 2. CSOccerj
Sub Prepers hold meeting to decide on Hallowe'en
Pranks. "Steve" Officiates.
Sign on bulletin board "Lost a Tasty Kake, if found
return to Don Cole."
Football team leaves for VVeSt Point, N. Y.
Hallowe'en. Everybody gets night off to see the Hpee-
radef' A.P.S. 15, Army Plebes 6.
N O V E M B E R
5 boarding Students run five miles for a Chesterfield.
Schnebly and Rhodes walk home after a very enjoyable
ride, and evening.
Dundee'S wrong again. He tells the Soccer team they're
a bunch of bums and then they turn around and beat
Princeton Frosh 5 - 1.
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Evers bodv broke no caxd games
they are going to do bettu
Soccer team lays down on the job again Nxtchmann
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Sell Harris and Hess get to French class on time
Trmkle reports for soccex practise Dundee aduses
him to take up golfing
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SUNDAY, Nov. 11
DTONDAY, Nov. 12
TUEsDAY, Nov. 13
XVEDNESDAY, Nov. 1-L
THURSDAY, Nov. 15
FRIDAY, Nov. 16
SATURDAY, Nov. 17
SUNDAY, Nov. 18
ATONDAY, Nov. 19
TUESDAY, Nov. 20
XVEDNESDAY, Nov. 21
THURSDAY, Nov. 22
FRIDAY, Nov. 25
SA'1'L'RD.-KY, Nov. 2-1
SUNDAY, Nov. 25
NTONDAY, Nov. 26
TUESDAY, Nov. 27
TVEDNESDAY, Nov. 28 -
Football team leases for Factorxxille Ro okos goes
along to lead cheersfl?
Everybody gets up on the wrong side of the bed.
A.P.S. 05 Keystone Aca. 6. CFootballj
Prep. 05 Penn Frosh 5. QSoccerj ,
Tegan still going to church. Farley and 5icHugh also
join the ranks. Don't rush boys there'll be enough to
Trinkle and Keller get late for Duke's class. fAlso get a
Duke :-"You guys are as dumb as a horse, with all
apologies to the horse."
Keller after class:-"Don't worry he told us that last
Prof. Gebert gives second lecture on the advantages of
Only five more days till we get some real eats.
Ryan wakes up to the fact that a year in Prof. Geberts
class history means ten outlines. Not me.
Tables turn against apponents. A.P.S. 25 Villanova
Frosh 7. fFootballj Prep. 7g Perkiomen 0. QSoccerJ
Zulich seen in Emaus. Q?'?'????j
Zulick misses breakfast. Clxiore '????'?'?j
Tickets for booster game given out. Duke urges school
to give the team their support and the Soccer team
beats Nitchmann High by a score of l-0.
Kuhns-"Who was the first NVise Cvicej president of
the United States?"
Prof. Gebert-"They were all pretty wise."
Cold wave hits Allentown. Steve resorts to red tlannels.
Soccer team in last game ties Hellertown High.
Colder and Howl Prof. Boulanger borrows Grahanfs
fur coat. Yvhile the football team wins its last game
against MacKenzie School -14-0.
hiuch rejoicing over football victory despite the cold.
About 4 A.lVl. football team returns from frolic much to
Prof. Harkins discomfort.
School goes on a strike "en Blassef'
DEC. 5, Thanksgiving vacation.
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THLRSDAH DEC 6
SATURDAY DEC 8
SUNDAY DEC 9
MONDAH DEC 10
TUESDAX DEC 11
WEDNFSDAX DEC 12
THL RSDAH DEC 15
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Back to the mines Basketball squad gets to work
Boarding Student to a day student at lunChI Lets
play Adam and Eve you be Exe and give me your
apple and I 11 eat it
Monthly grades and below gradesj posted
Indignant Parent C6 A MI What do vou mean bv
bringing my daughter in at this time?
Dashing Don Cole Well I has e to be back for classes
by 8 A M
No games! No Nothing! Bum day
Colder and colder Drug store cowboys confined to the
Five days till beginning of Christmas vacation Whoo
pee! First announcement about Football banquet
Duke says that if his classes dont pick up he ll start
2 50 classes
Hess begins the formation of a Camera Club The
officers are Pres Hess Vice Pres Hess Sec Hess and
Duke still preaching about Football Banquet
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SUNDAY, DEC. 16
MONDAY, DEC. 17
TUESDAY, DEC. 18
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 19
THURSDAY, DEC. 20
FRIDAY, DEC. 21
Fish for dinner and as the Duke would sayj with all
apologies to the fish.
Freedman meets Helen. CHelen who?I
Duke issues more propaganda about the Football
Duke announces that school will close on the twenty-
first instead of nineteenth as students had expected.
Much borrowing of money and hocking done.
Football Banquet! Gold Medals! Letters! Turkey!
Duke-"Fred. It gives me great pleasure to give you
ninety-five this month."
Fetherolf-"Well why not give me a hundred and give
yourself a real thrill.
Last day of school till next year.
SATURDAY, DEC .22-IAN. 6. Christmas vacation Cand turkey hash.I
TUESDAX', IAN. 8
WEDNESDAH', IAN. 9
THURSDAY, IAN. 10
FRIDAY, IAN. 11
SATURDAY, IAN. 12
SUNDAY, IAN. 15
MONDAY, IAN. 14
Students return from Christmas vacation.
First home game, A.P.S.57, Lafayette 26.
Schiller upsets another pitcher of water.
"Winnie" seen with eight different brands of Cigarettes,
and boys on top floor are minus letters.
Hutchinson buys a pack of cigarettes. Boys demand
Graham arrives from Florida, where he spent his
Freedman receives "Special" from his Scranton girl.
Leaves following week-end.
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TLESDAX IAN 15
WEDNESDAY IAN. 16
THURSDAY, IAN. 17
FRIDAY, IAN. 18
SATURDAY, IAN. 19
SUNDAY, IAN. 20
Something new for Friday Nite supper gold fish the
boys sure enjoyed It
Harkins seen buying pack of chewlng tobacco.
Duke almost calls holiday as Freedman sweeps room.
Freeland defeats A. P. S. to tune of 45-59.
Another defeat, Wyoming 57, Prep. 50.
Graham wakes up and finds twelve Sunday papers. He
tried to explain.
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TUESDAY, IAN. 22
WEDNESDAY, IAN. 25
THURSDAY, IAN. 24
FRIDAY, IAN. 25
SATURDAY, IAN. 26
SUNDAY, IAN. 27
MONDAY, IAN. 28
TUESDAY, IAN. 29
WEDNESDAX', IAN. 50
THURSDAY, IAN. 51
FRIDAY, FEB. 1
SATURDAY, FEB. 2
SUNDAY, FEB. 5
MONDAY, FEB. 4
TUESDAY, FEB. 5
WEDNESDAH', FEB. 6
THURSDAY, FEB. 7
FRIDAY, FEB. 8
SATURDAY, FEB. 9
SUNDAY, FEB. 10
MONDAY, FEB. 11
TUESDAY, FEB. 12
WEDNESDAX', FEB. 15
THURSDAY, FEB. 14
FRIDAY, FEB. 15
SATURDAY, FEB. 16
SUNDAY, FEB. 17
MONDAY, FEB. 18
Many frost-bitten ears in evidence.
Marzolf shows us how to do some fancy skating.
Tough on Perki, A.P.S. 27, Perki 25. CBasketballI -
Much jubilation over the victory.
One more win for Prep. A.P.S.54 Freeland 25. Revenge
Harkins tells the boys how hard he is.
Abraham gets back from his Saturday nite venture in
time for dinner
The Essex makes its daily calls for Evans and lles.
Shepsky cleans up the top floor. CNothing newj
Stokes receives a letter from his tlame. We had hot
water for a change.
Brauch reveals the secret of his school girl complexion.
York takes Prep. over to tune of 58-24.
Helvig, the love pirate, steals kisses at the tive and ten.
Wood found Sleeping under shower by Prof. Harkins
at 10 A.M.
Blue Monday, and howl
Voorhees, Smith and Shepsky leave at the Duke's
Perkiomen 25, A.P.S. 22.
No, Perki didn't harm our boys at all last nite.
We beat Wyoming 41-26.
A.P.S. 295 Keystone 17.
Iones comes in again at 2 A.M. The boys wonder
whether he works in the drug store that late or whether
there is some other attraction.
Mr. Shalter-"This morning I will read an essay entitled
'A True American'."
Track team stars in Meadowbrook meet.
Fannie's birthday, half-holiday and ice cream.
York wins again 25-18.
Snow leaves for Washington's Birthday. Early as
usual. It must be love.
Headley climbs a tree on his way home. No, we can't
tell you why.
Parnell wakes up with headache. We wonder why.
Freitag threatens to take Fromer's chin.
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THLRSDAX FEB 21
FRIDAY, FEB. 22
SATURDAY, FEB. 25
SUNDAY FEB. 2-1
MONDAY, FEB. 25
TUESDAY, FEB. 26
XVEDNESDAY, FEB. 27
THURSDAY, FEB. 28
FRIDAY, MAR. 1
SATURDAY, MAR. 2
SUNDAY, MAR. 5
MONDAH', MAR. 4
TUESDAY, MAR. 5
WVEDNESDAY, MAR. 6
THURSDAY, INTAR. 7
FRIDAY, MAR. 8
SATURDAY, MAR. 9
SUNDAY, MAR. 10
MONDAY, ATAR. 11
TUESDAY, PTAR. 12
TVEDNESDAY, 1x1AR. 13
THURSDAY, lV1AR. I-1
FRIDAY, MAR. 15
SATURDAY, 1V1AR. 16
SUNDAY, MAR. 17
MONDAY, MAR. 18
TUESDAY, N1AR. 19
TVEDNESDAY, ATAR. 20
THURSDAY, ATAR. 21
One Hundred Forty-four
Parnell goes on usual tear at 10 O0 Throws tm can at
Prof Boulanger and IS threatened to be Suspended from
mess hall for a week
Track team goes to Scranton
Imery body bums home
Prep. -18' Gettysburg 19.
Keystone gets revenge, taking us over -l1f26.
XVelsh makes his appearance at Prep. much to Abbott's
Atlantic City Club takes school title Track team at
lxlr. Shalter 81 Co. pick up the butts, none more than
Prep, 49: Valley Forge 16. Headley runs wild.
"lWonte Carlo" cleaned out by Freedman's failure to
Call for baseball candidates.
Fromer and Lichtfuss settle a little fuss in the gym.
The boys called it a draw.
Dice found under Freedman's window. Rhodes must
have lost again.
Graham receives box of oranges and grapefruit.
Campus strewn with Orange peels. Stokes gets scholar-
ship to Cedar Crest.
Graham cleans campus.
"Duke" lectures on NVm. Tell and an apple.
Stokes and Snow defeat N1cHugh and Knauss in Conn.
vs Penna. I
Farley threatens to break Greek's arm as he takes
potatoes from under his nose.
"Duke" passes out complimentary tickets to iW1ealeys.
Riot squad called at 10:50.
Crap game called off. Rhodes tears up cards.
The "Duke" threatens to push Vorhees's car off the cam-
Pork, mashed potatoes and ice-cream for a change.
Helvig sets table on timel YVhoOpeel
"Beaujolly" makes call for play candidates.
Iles volunteers for play and thinks cast complete.
Reed and Seaburn purchase a 1918 model Yvillys-Knight
Prep. Boxing Team beats Perki. Yvhoopeel
Perry decides to room with Rhoads at two in the
Perry and Rhoads are granted leave of absence.
Schiller shows the boys how to handle a Xvillys-Knight.
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1 FRIDAY, NTAR. 22 Freedman and Temko skip study period. Cper usuall ,
X SATURDAY, ATAR. 25 Spotts goes a whole day without a cigarette. X
SUNDAY, NTAR. 24 A calamity! Thanks to Iones' law everybody in at
j ten-thirty Sober. x I
MONDAY', NTAR. 25 Prof. Freitag tells the boys how to reduce.
TUESDAY, ATAR. 26 Prof. Miller, following Prof. Freitag's system, puts on '
three ounces. X
XVEDNESDAY, IVTAR. 27 I wonder what's become of Estlow.
THURSDAY, ATAR. 28 Kohen and Schiller buy the U-push-it Yvillys-Knight A
from Reed and Seaburn. X
FRIDAY, MAR. 29 Shepsky, Snow, Grande and Kohen leave by way of
U-push-it express for Easter Vacation.
SATURDAY, IVTAR. 50 The "Duke" tells Schnebly to go home and to forget to j
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SUNDAY, ATAR. 51 Easter. Hard-boiled eggs for breakfast, dinner and
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MONDAY, APR. 1 "Duke" has the "Spies" working on Campus.
TUESDAY, APR. 2 Harkins and Parnell fix tennis courts. I
XNEDNESDAY, APR. 5 Boys back after Easter Vacation. N
THURSDAY, APR. 4
FRIDAY, APR. 5
SATURDAY, APR. 6
SUNDAY, APR. 7
MOND.AH', APR. 8
TUESDAY, APR. 9
XVEDNESDAY, APR. 10
THURSDAY, APR. 11
FRIDAY, APR. 12
SATURDAY, APR. 13
Many Profs. in class.
Siergiej gets his golf clubs out.
Prep. opens baseball season by defeating Yvyoming ll-1
Return of the Scranton terrors-Freedman and Temko.
Classes and clubs are mapped for Alprescho.
"Beaujolly's" play rehearses at Rittersville. Every-
body came back.
Harkins threatens to hit Shepsky in the eye.
Prof. Gebert makes last frenzied appeal for student
body to su port play.
Rosenbergiurns up. "Duke" refuses to give him leave.
Alprescho goes to press. Thank God.
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gratefully and respectfully, express their appreciation to the
Prof. Edwin G. Arner, who, this year as in the past has
made the Alprescho a reality instead of a distant goal. N,
George P. Schlicherfil Son and the Sanders-Reinhardt Com- N
pany, for their interest and excellent work in this publication. I
The Metzger Studios for the excellent photography and all- x l
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their efficient and rapid work in preparing the book for publica-
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52 N. SIXTII STREET
WM. BEHRINGER, SR.
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CLASSICAL, LATIN SCIENTIFIC, SCIENTIFIC
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QUESTIONS CI-IEERFULLY ANSWERED AND
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