Amherst Regional High School - Goldbug Yearbook (Amherst, MA)
- Class of 1926
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2-Xmhnrat 1-Iigh Srlpnnl
Jason O. Cook ....h.......... .... S nperintendent
William H. Brown, Principal .... .... M athevnalfiex
Alice Alley, Secretary
Ethel M. Alley ,........ .........,. ......,... H a glifh
Mildred K. Ausman. . . .......... Head of ClafsieaZDejJa1't1nent
Alice W. Churchill .... ...Head of Modern Langnagef Department
Walter l-lair-raarr .... ...... H eaaf of Commercial Depaerfareae
Isabel Field ....... ........... H lfzfary and .Englifh
Rath W. Henry ..... .... H eaal of Hiftory Department
Nlarjory L. Johnson ..... ....................... r Sewing and Englifh
fohn C. Lewis ...... .... M aaaaz Training and Mechanical Drawing
Lilly E. J. Lirrdalrl .... .... ' .... .......... F reneh,Ge1'1nan,rLatin
joseph C. Lynch ...... ..... IV Iathevnalficf, C0n11ne1'cialSnbjeet5
Lawrence B. Nlerrill .... ...... H ead of Sclenee.Depart1nent
Nlary C. 0'Brien .... H ......... Freehand Drawing
Nlary O'Donnell .... ............ B iology, General Science
Helen VV. Parkis. . .... Head of Honfehold Arty Department
Ldlelr L. Pinnick .... L ..... .. . .Physical Hafaeaaaa for Geezr
john G. Read ........ .... H zgeeea, Geaareery, Trigononletry
VVenona L. Shattuck .... .... H eaci of Englifh Department
Raymond L. Studley .... ......... r . l......... Englifh
Bertha lvl. Wagner.. ........ Stenogeaphy, Typezoriting
George E. Williams. . . ..,.. Phyfieal Ealneationfor the Boyd'
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Assistant Editors. . .
Athletics Editor. . .
Advzriising M cmager ....
Business Managzr. .
Ihr CEnlh Eng
. . . . .Dennett Howe
Q Grace Hardendorff
. . . . .Harold Hintze
. . . .James Parnell
. .Rufus Thompson
Class of 1926, our high school days are forever over. Only the memories of
scholastic experiences remain. The staff has compiled in your Gold Bugrecords
of these experiences to keep your rememberances fresh and young during the many
years of the veiled future. We feel that only the most pleasant affairs have been
Many classmates have helped the staff to edit this Gold Bug Which We hope
Will satisfy your expectations. Be indulgent and smile at our Weaknesses but in
reading over this matter, be ever proud of your class, the class of 1926 which now is
beginning its post graduate course in the World.
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VIOLA GENEVEIVE ALBEE
Ludlow, Mass., November 3, 1907
Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ,
Viola keeps the school from being a bore. No
one can put anything over on her because it just
can't be done. She is an independent Woman and
will make a politician some day, perhaps. -
MARY MARGARET BARKOWSKI
South Deerfield, Mass., October 25, 1909
Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Class Basket-
Future: Training for nursing
Mary surely does like to keep us laughing. She
can do it too. Whoever can resist Mary's jokes
and keep serious? A
MARYON LOUISE ANDERSON
East Granby, Connecticut, March 27, 1908
i Future: Chicago University
Andy didn't join our ranks until our Junior
year. She has made her presence felt ever since
then, though. Sarcastic, oh myl Where's the
gold basketball lately, Maryon?
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ICDITH lCVl'll,YN BICNSUN
New Gloucester, Maine, Xlarch 28, 1909
Girls Club 2, 3, 45 Class liaslcethall 2, 3. Glo?
Club 2, 3
Future: SlCIl0A2Il'21Pl1lC Yvork
Does Edith ever get angry? llve often wontlt-I.
l'ler disposition is to be envied. llle think sllc
something of 21 philosopher. She is one of thc
chosen few to wear a pro-merito pin.
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full when WC Het to lanow her. She has H Sweet
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:Xnna is very' mluici hut we all linnl hor loads Of
ilt- that wins her nizlny friends.
Amherst High Svrhnnl
HAZEL COMFORT BURRINGTON
Greenfield, Massachusetts, April 30, 1908
Dramatics Club 2, 35 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee
Club 1, 2, 3
Future: Leslie School of Domestic Science
Hazel is a "true bluel' sport. We know we can
count on her to pay her dues promptly, to join
our clubs and subscribe to our Graphic, and that is
worth a lot. Although she doesn't talk a great
deal Cunless you know her very welll she is right
there with the goods nevertheless. We feel sure
she will make a success in the world.
WINIFRED LEE CHENOWETH
Chilcothe, Missouri, July 27, 1903
Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4
Future: M. A. C.
Ever hear a high pitched giggle in Latin class?
That's Winifred. She doesn,t snicker quite as much
in Review Math. We wonder why? However
we know that Winifred is there with the goods, and
can be depended upon always.
MARTHA ADALINE COOK
Amherst, Massachusetts, July 7, 1907
Basketball 1, Junior Play Cast, Social Committee
1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club, Treasurer
15 Glee Club
When we saw Cookies crown of beauty on pig
tail day we saw right OH why she never had her
hair bobbed. .We never could see why Cookie
was always the aim of practical jokes. Maybe
because she's a good little sport and wouldn't
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CLARENCE ARTHUR FAWCETT
Chesterhill, Ohio, February 11, 1909
Dramatics Club I, 2, 3, 4, Graphic Staff 3, 4,
Class Football 1, 2, Glee Club 4, 'Class Basket-
Future: Minnesota State Forestry School
Art believes in "Art for Art's sake." We agree
with him if he doesn't mean it personally. Have
you ever been on a hike with Clarence? If you
haven't you've missed a good time and a valuable
one at that. Art's as Well acquainted with the
Woods and mountains as a pickerel is with Water.
We expect to see Art an expert forester some day.
EDWINA LOUISE FISH
Holyoke, Massachusetts, March 30, 1909
Dramatics Club 3, 4, Junior Play Cast, Girls Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Gold Bug Staff, Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
Science Club 1
Future: Pratt Institution
If "V" says that she will do a thing, that thing
is as good as done. , Her middle name is "cheerful,',
Amherst, Massachusetts, 1909
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Graphic Reporter 4, Dram-
atics Club 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4
Future: North Adams '
You'd just know that this bunch of mischief
would have a nickname. Ed just suits her playful,
boyish Ways, and Fishie's even better. If you
Weren't around to create a riot, Fishie, old sport,
classes Would be very dull.
and on rare occasions only does she Wear a long
face. Always bubbling over with enthusiasm and
pep,,she certainly has taught the rest of us what
good naturedness and friendliness are. We don't
expect that Mr. Merril Will have much chemistry
apparatus left when "V" gets through, though.
Uhr 0i3nlh Bing
Xorlh ,xIIlllf'I'wl, xlLlss2!CllllSCIl5, Klav1S 1908
llrztrnalies Llnb l, 2, 3, 45 Student Colm .I
Graphic Stall l, 2, 3, l,iterarv F it r CEI ll l
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buy Stull .lsslslillll lfditorg Glee Clubl l Old
What shztll we say about Grace first: She ht l
V ' is
done so mztny lll1Il2!Sl ll hen she was on the soeiil
committee we were sure our dances were go'
to be at great success. ,Xnd those clever little l'
parayrztplts of class news were due to her tircleqq
HAROLD SANBORN HINTZL, JR.
Brnstol, Connecticut, November 14, 1908
Dramaties Club 35 Adverusmg Maitager of Gold
Bugg Class Basketball 3, 4
Klutt certainly has a good start upward 111 the
world. We hope that he keeps Ong fora ways any-
way. It is said that he is bound to be at chemist, too.
efforts. X es, brace is bound to be pfspulaf Wherg
ever she goes. ,f
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lllL'llll'4' within the lztst two or lllfllc 5'1'1lVS- tlltllollgll
he wus not Il stall' in bztslwthnll he certainly' slt0uC
lwiulilly on the gr-itlir-mi. l'lYL'I1 lll0l1!ll llc has not
'lk'lllZlllj' nintle irnnx g'lHllS he litislu-on tl1eb11Clil'0lle
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Amherst High Svrhnnl
RALPH MORRISON HOLMES
Amherst, lylassachusetts, july 19, 1910
Shorty has more handicaps than most of us,
besides being the shortest in the class he is the
youngest, and left handed. ,His remarks in class
often cause much laughter. Next to our "MuttU
he makes a fltting "Jef1".
4 up DENNETT FARWELL HOWE
Dedham, Massachusetts, Nlay 30, 1909
Class President 1, Student Council 1, 4, Basket-
ball 2, 3, Varsity 4, Football 4, Junior Play,
Graphic Sta-fl 4, Athletic Association President 4,
Editor-in-Chief Gold Bug, Class Basketball 1
Future: Amherst College
Den's the boy after our own heart. Who doesn't
know and admire him from the humblest Freshman
to the mightiest Senior. He worksto win and
plays fair. In games, at practice, and in school
he is always the same true sport. Our only regret
is that he doesn't dance. Den, when are you
1 going to learn?
MARION CYNTHA HOW12 .
Cushman, Massachusetts, July, 1908
"Let me but do my work from day to dayl,
seems to be Marion's motto. She is always busy
and oh my! she never fools. We think that she
would make. a good school teacher. Go to it,
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Kl'INNl?'I'I'I CAGE IYICS
llolyoke, Klassaehusetts, November S, 1905,
Glee Club 3. 4
lfuturet Xl. A. C.
Colonel is always the fellow who gcrg up and
closes the door to room 9 after his careless class-
mates. Then he sits down and again bends his
shoulders and goes to work. Ken is always M.
conirnodating and willing to go out of his way In
do someone Z1 favor. XVe are sure he will niulic his
way in the world.
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PATRICK LAWRENCE JOY
Amherst, Xlassachusetts, December 1, 1906
Student Council 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 49 Football
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Future: New Hampshire State l
Our little Pat is a great athlete
He can always be depended on
the pinch and we feel sure that
in the "big leagues."
to pull through in
he will make good
How he has improved as a student since TITS!
we knew him!
1, 2, 3. 4g Baseball 1, 2, 3, -1-
as his record shows.
Amhmit High Svrhnnl
CHARLES ROBERT KEET
North Amherst, Massachusetts, February 1, 1908 A
Future: Temple University, Philadelphia
Charlie believes in being seen and not heard.
Nevertheless his presence is felt, and we certainly
all enjoyed him as "Ellery," in the Junior Play.
ELIZABETH KERR A
Glasgow, Scotland, December 15, 1905
We think Bessie was one of those people put
in the World to make it a little more cheerful. At
least we all feel happy when she's around.
Bessie will make the World brighter.
ELLEN ELIZABETH KELLY
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Amherst, Massachusetts, September 2, 1907
Basketball Captain 2, 3, 45 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Glee Club Secretary 4, Social Committee 45
Kelley is everything a good sport should be. She
is the pride of the Seniors and the awe of lower
classmen. Every girl's ambition is to be able to
do the sports as Kel does, but if every girl Would
imitate her policy of straight thinking and fairness
this would be a World of perfect Women.
Elie 6511121 Qug
pissing RUTH Killian ll
Glasgow, Scotland, September 18, 1908 it
Future: Undecided 1,
Now We have got to be seniors we have learned to il
tell Ruth and Bessie apart. We suspect that Ruth l
had this in mind when she got her hair bobbed
XVe wish her success wherever she goes. U
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DORIS VERONICA KUZMESKI
Leverett, Massachusetts, December 1, 1907 '
Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4: Girls Club 35 Athletic Asso- U
ciation 2, 3, -L
Wlhen Dot gets the hall we all know it'S going
in the basket. She sure is at cracker-jack at basket'
ball Hml ll good spurt in all things.
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Anthvrnt High Svrhnnl
FLORA AGN HS IAKIPRON
Cushman, Massachusetts, August 23, 1908
Girls Club 1, 2, 3, -lg Glce Club 1, 2, 3, 4
Future: Nurse-training, 1Vorcester
Can't you see Flora in a white cap and nurses
apron? Wle know Flora will be neat and precise
as always. She won't ever give her patients too
much castor oil and she will be kind to all the sick.
1 guess we will have to have Flora start a hospital
for us in Amherst. Let's get sickl
RUTH EDWINA LARNED
Amherst, Massachusetts, Nlay 1, 1908
Drarnatics Club 1, 4, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, -lg Basket-
ball 3, 45 Glee Club Z
Future: Massacliusetts Agricultural College
If you Want to know who you are and what you
are and how you rate, ask Ruth. She leuowf and
has good, clear, unbiased opinions. She's a great
EVA M. LUBAS
Basketball 4, Girls Club 1
Future: Undecided .
livzfs a bashful girl, but when you once get
acquainted with her you will find she can talk as
much as anyone.
E1 C MW '
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BFATRICIC lCl.SIlf MARSHALL
we die." And she surely lives up to it having
Nashua, New Hampshire, September 17, 1909 it
Girls Club Z, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 4
Future: Undecided 5:
After knowing Betty We came to the conclusion
lat Cushman is a pretty fine place. Betty.-g
otto is "Fat, Drink and Be Merry for tomorrow K
apparently no cares in the World.
September 17, l'
ltl morning after his ride
1 ' in which he is a u -
mines prove this
t l lnr he has clearly shown us
GEORGE ROSS MACKIMMIE
Truro, NOVGI Scotia, Canada, June ll, 1908
ramatics Club -lg junior Play Castg Grapllif
SMH 45 Prize speaking 3, 4, one Club 4
Future: hi. A. C.
"Punk,' is the nianliest boy. lf anyone dare
d1SPUtC it Punk can account for himself, and in a
ate or the junior Play, if anyone could
0 , I I ',
hear him it certainly is not the fault of Punks
lU11EIS- He has his own opinions too. lt is Heed'
less 10 Say that hc can uphold his end at any UIUC-
ELLEN HASTINGS MORSE
Durham, New Hampshire, October 10, 1908
Dramatics Club, Secretary -lg Graphic Staff 3, 4g
Girls Club 1, 2, 3, -lg Glee Club 3, 4
Future: XVellesley College
Wle look to Ellen to carry on our good
Ellen has depth of spirit and is capable of respon-
sibility, XVe bow before her in awe.
FLORENCE GLADYS O'NEAL
North Amherst, Massachusetts,' 1906
We wonder if Florence ever talks at home. She
doesn't at school, We are positive of that.
CLIFFORD WARREN MURRAY
Amherst, Nlassachusetts, Nlarch 13, 1909
Future: Work or College
Cliif has his opinions and sticks by them as those
who see most of him know. He doesn't broadcast
his views widely, but he has them just the same. ,
Il 'lie football star and
' i i -in the piano it is dith-
ll in-itlo is "speed and lOts
aim csnm wus a y
.Xmhcrst, Massachusetts, june 14, 1907
l.XMIiS RICHARD PARNELL Tl
Dramatics Club 3, 4, Student Council 3, 45 Bum-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4gCaptain 45 Football 1, 2, 3, Captain 4-
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Ig Graphic Reporter I3 Clasg
Social Committee 45 Gold Bug Stall' Athletic
liditorg Class Football I, 2, Class Basketball 1.
one Club 1 '
Future: Springfield College
Chick is rather inclined to be a blufler at Iimcg
but everybody knows that he is a genuine spgrt
and a real athlete. 1Vith his running mate Par, he
comes in for a share of the honor that is justly his.
From all reports we hear that Chick is a great chem-
ist too. Only lXf1r. Merrill can verify this rumor
Xl iv I5 1909
Iwo ' L '
in alert and wide awake
WILLIAM D. ROBERTS
Amherst, Nlassachusetts, August 2-1, 1909
Future: Syracuse University
UBill,' is left handed but we don't wonder, he
drives the Buick most of the time with his left
hand. 1Ve lack space to tell about his right arrn-
' is attracting considerable attention with his
models of sailing vessels. Good work, keep it UP,
Amhrrut High Qvrhnnl
ANNA C.X'I'1l.XRlNl'1 ROGERS
Leverett, Klassachusetts, February 23, 1908
Were as undecided what to write as "Ann" is
about her future. XVe clonlt know much about
Leverett but if she hails from there it must be a
pretty good place.
DORIS ELIZABETH SHAW
Durham, New Hampshire, hilay 2, 1907
Dramatics Club 2, 3, -13 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, -lg Science
Club 2g Orchestra -1, 55 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, -1
Doris weilds a "mean" bow in the orchestra,
making chords and discords. 1Ve're sorry she didn't
start her training earlier so by the time she entered
the orchestra she would have been a trained musi-
HELEN JOSEPHINE SHEA
Amherst, Massachusetts, July 13, 1909
Helenis snicker always is a signal that something
funny has happened. She usually seems to he in
the midst of the disturbance, but how guileless she
looks. We Won't be surprised lo sec llclen drawing
cartoons later on.
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Ellie Cgnlh TBUS
FREDERICK AIOSICPH SLOXYICK
Somerville, Klassachusetts, November 10, 1907
,lunior Play' CMU Prim Speaking 4
Future: gently School of Accounting, Boston
15 Felix a good sport? liverybody says yes
together. lf Felix has jokes played on him las he
often doesj he takes it good naturedly. Don't
believe that Felix canlt think up his own tricks
either. Ask hliss Field if he doesn't.
-N ,ep N- s, December lil, 1908
nn .my thmi. hill ptns in class look about you
N Q' 1 ' tind Xlert sitting in the bac
.U .in innottnt expression on his .
MILTON PAIGE SMITH
Westfield, hilassachusetts, Llanuary Zo, 1909
Student Council 4: Football l, - Class Team, 3.
4 Varsityg Basketball hlanager 4
The football team is going to sullier at big loss
next year without hlilt. Wt-'tl like to see him on zx
College team. hlilt surely knows how to handle
an auto. He should hzu'e written Z1 book entitled
"Travels with a Ford" for he ran his little tlivver
over every hill and dale last year. lt is rumored
about that he is going into ztvialtion. lf he does we
A predict with certainty an :Ice of the future.
Amhvrut Bliigh Svrhnnl
WILFRICD KELLOGG SMITH
lilizabeth, New Jersey, june S, 1906
Student Council, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 3, lg
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, Class Football 1, 25
Class Basketball 1
Future: University of Florida
Smitty is rightly the "snappiest" and things are
always humming when he is around, whether it be
on the athletic Held or in the class room. Though
small in statue Smitty can make himself known and
many of his locker room debates with Hozzy are
Amherst, Massachusetts, April 16, 1910
Basketball 3, 4, Class Football 1, 25 Class Basket-
Future: Tufts College, Syracuse University
Although "Led, does not make himself heard
very often we know the brand of work he can do
either in the class room or on the basketball court.
He is a go-getter and is surely bound to get ahead.
BESSIE MAY STRONG
Amherst, Massachusetts, February 21, 1909
Basketball 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2
Bessie is another one of those Well-known Strongs.
She is full of fun and appreciates all of our jokes and
If studying is a virtue she surely will star.
27 ,c .C use C
why csnlh E119 g y ywy
MARY IC. SL'l,l,lXfXX
Amherst, Nlassacliiisc-its, ,lnly wi l'iU'l
Girls Club -lg Class lizislqelbull 4
Future: Salem Nfvrllldl Sfl 1'f' fl
Where there is Mary there is ai srnile.
If happiness is a yifi life has ai lm in store for
lCIl.l'II'1X IiI,lZ.XBETH THAYER
Xnilicrst, Xlassachusetts, April 12, 1909
llc-:ul l'slier -lnnior Playg Girls Club 1, 2, 3, -lg
Cllce Clnb I, 2, 3, -lg President Ll-g Orchestra 3, 43
lizisketbzill lg Drainatics Club 1, 2
lfileen surely has done her best to make the Glee
Club u success. We notice this year that all the
boys have turned out to it well, but Eileen has a
winning smile and a sunny disposition so that may
wcconnt for it.
LILIAN l'la.XRl, 'l'll XX l"li
South .Xinlu-rsl, Xliismcliiisi-Its, Xliul' fi. l'llll
Class lizislaetluill l
4' .. if -
lutnie. llultliinulini I-nsnn-ss K .illi-we
llill has nlwalls li-nnil llieli Sili.-.-l in l-e A are-ll
Julie. ll e suiiceielx ln-iw slii- .ilxmx X linil- the wvlilkl
HS fllllllsllly. lllll slim' in.1x sol-ei iliixxn wine Lia-'.
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RUFUS HICNN lfiY 'l'l IOMPSON
St. Louis, Missouri, December 16, l9OS
Class President 192-lgDran1atics Club l,2,Treasurer,
3,-l President, Student Council 192-lg Graphic
Stall Circulation Manager '26g Gold Bug Stall
Business Nlanager '26, Orchestra 3, 4, Treasurer -lg
Class Basketball -l
We never have yet heard of Rufe being rough.
It's hard to catch him over a book but in some
miraculous Way he "gets there just the samef'
lVe can't help liking c'Ruf" and our liking him
doesn't spoil him.
ERNESTINE ANNETTE 'l'l'lORX'l'UX
Pelham, Nlassaehusetts, July 23, 1908
Girls Club 3, 45 Glee Club librarian 4
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CLARISSA MERRILL TRUESDELL
Wendell, Massachusetts, February 3, V208
Although "Cricket" lives a few miles distant from
school, think of the jolly and meniornhle lirics 51,0
has had in the school team with the other boys and
girls from Cushman and Leverell, and ol all the
mischief and lun we know she has been an zncliie
WVe never felt we knew lfirnestine very we
because she was always very quiet. Xevertlielc
we feel sure she will be rcatlv to do her mr! whtu
Anrhrrnt 31-Iigh Srhnnl
HELEN AGNES WHALEN 1
Amherst, hlassachusetts, October 13, 1907
Girls Club 1, 2, 3, -l-g Class Basketball 2, 3, 45 Glee
Future: Bay Path lnstitute
Helen was always the first one in line to buy her
lunch tickets at noon. YVas it because you were
real hungry or does "Art" have irresistable attrac-
tion? As a girl athlete she has been an enthusiastic
participant in all activities.
BESSIE ELIZABETH WHITTEMORE
Hartford, Connecticut, October S, 1910
Drarnatics Clubg Basketball 1, 2, 3, -lg Girls Club
Bessie Was heard to remark one day that she
liked to be original. Wle hope she always feels this
Way. She has a keen sense of humor which makes
her very easy to get along With.
ROGER AUGUSTUS WOLCOTT f
Amherst, Massachusetts, August 25, 1909
Orchestra 1, 2, Secretary 3, President 45 Football
3, 4g Class Football 1, 2, Class Basketball 1, 2, 35
junior Playg Class Social Committee 3, 4g
Dramatics Club Prop. Man 3, 4, Gold But: Stall'
Rog certainly deserved to be the best all-around
boy. He is always ready to help and anything
he undertakes he linishcs well.
Athletics, music, literature and art. Roger is
sure a success in any or all. lfVc only wmulvr in
which he is most skillful.
Gilt: CEUIII Bti!!
XIX RIOX .X Blil li WOODBURY
Snntlt-rluntl, Xlnssachusetts, February 1, 1907
l11i1iurl,lzlX'gflil'ls Club 1, 2, 3, -1-
We sornt-limes envy Marion, especially in the
spring when the sap is running near the old sugar
llnppy, helpful and earnest, Marion is sure of
fricntls wlnerever she goes.
ETHE1, IVIARION VVOOD
Amherst, 1X'1assachusetts, ,lune 19, 1910
Graphic Typist 4gGi1-ls Club 1, 2, 3, -lg Class Basket-
ball 4g Glee Club -I
Ethel is one of the best supporters of the school.
She is always in things and is a great fan at all
the games. 1t's an excellent thing for a lovely girl
to have school spirit.
JOSEPH JOHN Z.-XR
Sunde"l5UNl, Xlnssnclinsvlts, Xin t'llllM'I' 7, 10017
Class liasketlwnll 3, 43
Future: Susquclmnzl LlIllX'k'I'Sll1'
V1 Q wut .1ll tlisnpponmtutl lu lt-.irn 111411 loc couldnt
come out lor loollmll, X15 n'oultln't he rip up thc'
OPPOSIIIK llllv? l luXYCX PI' llc' tltws ripping up Cllnillgll
N ' 1 .
m llu LW Nl vlnss. 11 c rc .lll w1'uults n'l1un1lvo111es
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Anmvrut 31-Iigh Srhnnl
Uhr ionlh Bug
Mort Popular Boy
tlloft Popular Girl. . .
illoft Brilliant. . .
But Looking Boy
Beit Looking Girl.
Most Athletic Girl
Mort Athletic Boy
Tearlzeff Pat ....
Moft Ambitiouf .....
But All Around Boy
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Beit All Around Girl .....
Faflzion Plate ..,...
Best Danrer, Girl. . .
Beit Dancer, Boy. . .
SIl7Z.flll7l6'. . .
Sfoeetext Girl .....
Sranclalnionger. . .
Most Gonceitrtl Boy.
Mort Gonceited Girl. .
Teacherlr Trial .....
Clan' Baby ,,,,.,
Favorite Teacher .,,,
. , . .Tyler Maclklastef
. . . .Ethel 'Wood
. . . .Bessie Strong
. . . . . .Helen Joy
. . . . Ellen Kelly
. . . . Patrick Joy
. . . .Bill Roberts
. . . .Kenneth Ives
. . .Roger lVolcott
. . . . .Rufus Thompson
. . . . .Rufus Thompson
. . . . .Ruth Larned
. . . . . .Eileen Thayer
. . . .Ross Macliimmie
. , . . . . .Helen joy
. . . . .Percival Johnson
. . . . . .Arthur Fawcett
. . .Grace Hardendoril
. . . . . .llvilfred Smith
. . .Hosmer Eldridge
. . . . . .Ralph HOlll195
. . . . .lelosmer Eldridge
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Annhrrnt High Svrhnnl
It was the afternoon of a day in September, 1945. Ten very prosperous men
were gathered around the elaborate radio in the White House. T
guests of President Tyler lVlaclVlaster. They were Milton Smith, wealthy auto-
mobile manufacturer, Francis Pray, the world's most n
John Joy of hfassachusettsg James Parnell, the noted criminal lawyer, Arthur
Fawcett, the head of the department of forestry, the famous landscape artist,
Roger Wolcott, General Harold Heintze of the United States Army, Ross Maqkim-
mie, the greatest actor of his time, and Representative Kenneth Ives of Massa-
The host, President Machffaster, tuned in on the last and deciding game of
the Worldis Series between the Senators and the Giants. The guests had settled
back and were conversing softly, but this announcement made them sit forward:
"The pitcher for the Senators will be l'Patty" joy."
The game went on until the tenth inning with the score 0-0, Pat pitching a no-
hit,no-run game and the opposing pitcher doing nearly as well. ilWilfred Smith now
at bat," announced the broadcaster, "he hits a single to right fieldf, The next
two men struck out and then, "Joy knocks a homer over the right field fence winn-
ing the game. Thanks to Joy and Smith the Senators have won. You have been
listening to Hosmer Eldridge broadcast the game from Station W.I.N.D."
During the supper, further talk of old classmates was continued. It dev-
eloped that Elmer Holden was football coach at Harvard, "Le" Stansiewski was
the owner of a big New York theatre, "Bill" Roberts had just been sued for breach
of promise, Helen Joy was Hollywoods most famous queen, "Charlie" Keet had
married an English Countess and was now "Count", "Joe" Zak was Connecticut
Valley's tobacco king, "Cliff" Murray had devised a new penmanship method,
Gussic Ives was the owner of Amherst's largest department store, Byron
Marshall owned a large real estate company in Florida, Felix Slowix was the light-
heavyweight champion of the world and was managed by lhferton Smith? Hazel
Burrington, now a widow, was known to keep a hospital for sick and blind cats,
hese men were
oted scientist, Senator
Martha Cook, having a large fortune left her by a rich uncle, had decided to be an
Old maid and travel, as she had always wanted to do, Olive Boyden and Evelyn
Kimball were running an insane asylumgthe two Kerr girls had become famous
ballet dancers on the stage, Ralph lclolmes was the midget of the Barnum and
Bailey Circus. ' ,
Later in the evening the party again listened to the radio. They heard Eliza-
beth Butterworth speak on fashions of the day, the girl that used to be "VH FUIIOH
but now was "Mrs," told how to combine social activities and the care ofthe hO1T1C5
Thcl' heard the great artist llarold Crossinan play the violin3 Beatrice Marshall,
the star of the operatic world sang, and Grace Hardendorlf, the social arbiter of
New York, spoke on et iqm-tie, Rufus Thompson, the noted stage dancer also gave
his weekly radio lesson on "the latest slepsf,
Elin Guin Eng
xv . -:if n't-tnltt-rs of the Class of 1926, beillfl ff fl 521.110, Sohhd- Clcwltcd lllld
A' 'A :lil Mui hM,i,,g Piggy-gsitwtt of those faculties which our beloved teaehcrg
.. Zitgum L.um,l,u.Lt ami developed, do, not because we expect to be the
innwlumul th-ral tributes, but for the sole reason that we are about to
V Liu. imr 'md most beloved High School on this fatal and disastrous
W V ' . t' Ittne herebv bequeath, bestow and present the following:
,.' ge .1 :aw t h .
l'.rt1tltj.: 1 , , , ,
H - , L, ,tlrm Lvttects that we sincerely hope will enjoy your frtendhness and
' t t X ' '
,h 1, it 2, t tuuelt grttitude as we have during our four years in High School
.jv!,t 1'1f.- -'X .'
I tXl: l1to'.'.ttZ I l A I
tt . .. ..nlx lt-me our thanks and appreciation for the kind things that you
, ,AA ,V , 1, ,H twlii, U, gn hours of toil, despair and happiness.
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yt I. in t,tttl with great satisfaction a list of theme toptcs for next year's Senior
3 1, ,t 5,511 rltt-y use them with the best of their ability.
'l ,Xlt Xltsrrtllz
XX ith l-itter ln-arts we will to you, Mr. hferrtll, some poor unfortunate ment-
' .tt tht- Senior class who may be sent out of chemistry every day in order that
'P .V -.,t.ptnt st-.tts in llttttttt 9 may be filled.
l.- Xlt-X l'.trltts.
XM- will our tnost sincere wishes that you will have as good luck in future
H.. ttixtti-in .ts you have had in your four years in High School by keeping everyone
:nt-.tlthy .intl free front attacks of indigestion.
cr.. xtis tit-tri-yr
XX ith eratitutle, gt new Civics class to you, hliss Henry, in order that you may
exrreist- your ability in teaching them the Constitution and have them compre-
ltvtttl .ts rt-gttlily as our Civics class has succeeded in doing after several Weeks of
'l'-- the l"rt-shtnan Girls:
The custom of "Pug" day and we are in hopes that if you persist in bobbing
your hair that you will wait until your Senior year and have a fresh shingle for
To the Class of l927:
'l'he privilege of occupying the seats in Assembly so that Nlr. Brown will be
able to hear you all sing Hymn No. SO, 'Wvork for the Night is Corningf'
We also leave you the seats in Room 9 and are in hopes that you will "piCli
up the floor" and erase the boards after c'Glee Club" notices.
'l'o the Class of 1928:
The honor Of beingupper classmen and hope that you will act dignified like all
i upperclassmen before you.
To the Class of 1929:
The hohof of feeling that you are gradually on your way to fame, by eventu-
HUB' being upperclassmen.
Anaulprrnt Jlhgh Srhnnl
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X :..- ll.-ri-11.1, llyr Rr-piitation ,,..r..........,... 4........ I hal. hlontgomery
l,uthcra l3ez1mam llillard, '27
I U. ly,..,l,,',Z . r..r..,........ .r........ .... I Q obert YV. Service
l"elix .loseph Slowix, '26
I 1' lyiinin .....,...r.44.................. Henry VV. Longfellow
l"lora Agnes Lampron, '26
X Xl.-.Niue ri. Llarcii ,.,.......r..,.......... ..... E lbert Hubbard
Leo Takahashi, ,27
X -r'xwui.in ligincc ,.,.,............ ..,,. E dward Greig
lln- l,.hNlIll.j Hi .Xrthur ........,....r.............,. .... A lfred Tennyson
Frieda Brita Norell ,27
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Philip Truman Ives, ,27
lin- Rginsuni of Red Chief .............................. .... O . Henry
Ruth Sanderson Redman, '29
lhe Defense of l"zilder ..i............................. .... . lohn Galsworthy
George Ross hlackimmie, ,26
million Nlurch. . . ,..........,........... . . . .... hflark E. Phillips
-ledges: Mr. Charles R. Green, hlrs. A. L. Hardy, Prof. Wlalter E. Prince.
XX inners: George Ross Klackimmie, Ruth Sanderson Redman.
2-Xnihvrut I-Iigh Svrhnnl
The Girls' Club, a social factor in the busy routine of our school life, started
the year's program with the election of Grace Hardendorff, president, Gertrude
Church, vice-president, Dorothea Kidder, treasurer, and Sallie Howe, secretary.
The social committee consisted of Ellen Kelley, Helen Butterworth, Nlartha Pray
and Aleyne Grebbin. The faculty advisors were Miss Ausman, Miss Parkis and
At a meeting held in the Auditorium after school hours, Miss Henry out-
lined briefly her ideas ofthe club"s aims and ideals.
The first event of the club year was a tea given to the Women of the High
School Faculty, at the jones Library. This was an entirely new feature for the
club and was a pleasant success. Shortly after this a "New Member Drive"
was launched with average results. -
The 4'Cidar Niill Hiken to Hadley was a memorable occasion. The combina-
tion of cidar and cookies proved to be so popular that the store's supply ofthe latter
was completely exhausted. Many of the girls took advantage of the fine op-
portunity for a swim at the Amherst College Swimming tank one night during
the winter term and enjoyed the novel occasion hugely.
In February a delegation hiked to Mt. Toby on snowshoes.
The annual event "The Girl's Club Dance" also held in February, was ac-
claimed one of the happiest successes of the club year. "Moon Mullin's Orches-
tra" furnished some snappy music for the affair. In March the club members
were guests of the Amhesrt Woman's Club at a talk on "Heads and Hats" by
Mrs. Elsie K. Chamberlain of the Filene's Clothing Bureau. The girls enjoyed
the showing of the latest and most approved styles of spring millinery especially
as the girl's hats were displayed on a charming model, none other than their own
Marjorie Heintze. The less important events have not been listed but they were
many and interesting.
The club year ends with pleasant memories of happy times together and the
board of management for 1926 trusts that it has maintained the club's past rep-
utation for worth while activities and good fellowship.
Sallie H owe, Secretary.
2-Xnrhrrnt High Srhnnl
Owing to the fact that we had such an excellent editor-in-chief this year,the
Graphic was a great success. I-le possessed all the qualities of a good editorg
ability to supervise, readiness in criticism, a faculty for making his staff work,
and good ideas which he left to the aforementioned staff to develop. We let
Old Barney, The Lone Bed-Bug under the Rug in the Office, die a natural death,
and depended on the ordinary editorial and The Forum for our advice. The
Graphic brought many new poets to the public eye and much originality was dis-A
played in the contributions. Cn the whole, the Graphic has enjoyed a prosperous
year and we will wish it many more years just as prosperous, if not more so.
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lx nn-ni nz lin' grlu. '- 1 H1 HAH' ll-lll1'l".'l ,luwlllx Campion, business manager, Dennett
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Milf? lll'-V ,... Helen R. Joy
,lullflaufl y ...Felix Slowix
ll Cornlf' 1" l3"1'1 ...... Verabel Fulton
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l Cf. ru Xll:-'E . . .G. Ross Mackimmie
.lnlluw f- l'- ll ..,. Hosmer B. Eldridge
Klglrlf- . . . Mary W. Barkowski
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liwr.f'- Nl l ...Dennett F. Howe
lillwrj, R 1 if l. .... Charles R. Keet
t'El,.fi,A li, ,f .... Hubert C. Barton
l 'l iwnr .l.iIll'nllj.' lvy our Iwo joys, John and Helen.
il All nf' '1 f yi rn :lt anim-ll In mln-ir roles, especially Hosmer
lal lri 1,1 r. nn inte. Spf-vigil praise must be given to ROSS
' HA.. Q, HW. My ,pw ,l,,,,',,L-1.-r nl' ll gouly old business man.
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JUNIOR PLAY CALENDAR
First rehearsal. Further comments on this rehearsal are unnecessary.
Johnny pretends to know all about the love making business, but
fails to demonstrate his knowledge in this respect.
A majority of our cast seem to be charter members of the afternoon
study class. Mr. Brown comes to the rescue.
Todav Hozzy abandoned his brilliant career as an actor to take a joy
ride on his motorcycle. When we found that he was gone, we all
wished him a bon voyage in somewhat angry tones.
Johnny is rapidly learning the art of love making, he will soon think he
is good enough to win the hand of some great movie actress.
Great rejoicing! Den has finally signed a contract to take the part of
A lecture by Mrs. Smart entitled, Less Noife Of Stage.
The Countess and Marie speak French so rapidly that it seems as if
their tongues must be hitched in Ihe middle and wagging af boih endf.
Johnson, our butler, becomes Hustered when Bliss Grayson says she
loves him. Don't worry Johnson, probably many more will say
the same thing before you die.
Enter VVilliam Smith, Miss Burke, Ellery Clark and Charles Bronson
to grace the stage with their beauty.
Mr. Smart has been having an attack of the gout lately: I guess he
must have caught it from Cyrus Nfartin who has been suffering so
severely from it, in his declining years.
Dress rehearsal and probably our most perfect rehearsal. Everyone
becomes superstitious because of this fact, and predict a poor show.
The evil day at last. The performance was pronounced a success.
We only cut three pages in the entire performance.
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AMHERST HIGH SCHOOL SONG
Nobler and better than all other schools,
Amherst, oh, here's to youl
Highest in learning, proudest i11 sports,
VVe praise thy name anew.
Harkl while we sing our love and esteem,
VVe pay thee honor due.
O Amherst High School, our praises resoundl
May she be honored, her name be renowned.
Her glory rises, shines out on highg
lVe'll never let it die.
Oh, other schools come and other schools go-
Amherst alone stands above every foe.
Onward and upward ever climbing,
Herels to Old Amherst High!
Anxrhernt High Svrhnnl
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The 1925 Amherst High School football team the best f
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Successful machine. Coach Williams had many experiencedseriiiiiqlaiiilri,,.:l1J.5A
team that worked together. By the time the first game rolled around lie hid il:
A. H. S. "FOOFl9all SPCCial,' in good running order, and he placed oii the held
well oiled machine, hitting on all eleven cylinders. The team took the field iii
this order! Den Howe. fullbacks Par Joy, and Bai ofebsin, halfbacks .ma ciiact
Parnell, quarterback. Frank Durant and Wilfred Smith, ends, Wolcott and Rob-
erts, tackles, bil. Smith and Pray, guardsg Holden, center.
The fall of 1925 was about the first season that A. H S could boast of l '
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enough candidates for two teams. The success of our able subs made our tctni
always victorious and with but one defeat and one scoreless tie with West Spring-
field. This game was played under almost impossible conditions.
The first game was played with Agawam at Agawam. The A. H. S. "Special"
was victorious by the score of 26-7. Pat Joy our Heety backfield Ace gave a good
account of himself. Agawam was only able to score two first downs showing
the power of our line. .
The most evenly fought game of the season was with Orange at Orange.
Jim Parnell the A. H. S. Field General and all-round man carried the ball across
in the final quarter of the game.
The next game we suffered our only defeat of the year. Northampton came
to .Amherst with a fast and heavy team but we managed to hold them l2'e6. Pat
Joy scored in the first period of play from the thirty-yard line. Elmer Holden our
fighting center played a great game by holding Hamp. for downs on the one-foot
line. Rhiney Britt and Roger Wolcott played a remarkable game getting many
tackles on their sides of the line. '
The next game was with South Hadley Falls and we emerged with 21 27-7
victory. A. H. S. machine seemed a little off form but Den Howe formed 21 200d
interference for Capt. Pat Joy who did IT10St Of the gmund Sam- I .
The next week we journeyed to Athol and took a game away with us. ll lien
the whistle blew A. H. S. machine had run up 46 points to 6 for Athol.
scored on a long forward pass in the third quarter. Den Howe, Pat JOB, I
Roberts and Frank Durant all played a good brand of football. A H S mach-
The last game of the season was with Lufil.OW.0I1 123325 Fleld' ' ' '
ine a ain stam ed out enough points to win t is time ' - . .
lilfhen 1922 season rolls onward there will be ten tletterBHEEFOf:ESi3?hE55e3
strong second team and a few experienced pl3YefS- Rhlmey I
and sera end was elected captain. U . irection
Marilfilgidr lVlacMaster made a creditable showing by hls Careful d
during the season. h
Here's to the success of our 1926 M3Ch1IlCl
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The call for candidates for basketball in the first of Dece b 7
about thirty with four veterans of last year. The outlook ivasfll Ori, 1.911 brought
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Parnell was chosen last season to lead the team. .lov Ijldrjklwiq Tin: mmf
up the other veterans. 'f 5 ' M 'muh mlltll'
The first game With Turners Falls was a bad defeat. JOY .md pun H .
for Amherst. . - L stairetl
Turners Falls journeyed toAmherst the following week 'ind our te-im it l I 1
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to get sweet revenge. Our opponents were unable to secure .1 bwkcl fr yu ll t
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Hoor showing the improvement Coach 'Williams w . ., f A ff
h as able to make in a neck in
the teams defensive power.
Athol came to Amherst to fall before Coach Williamls pack bv the seort- of 2?
to 18. Smith and Joy were the chief offensive f I i if
' l or Amherst while Den lloue
played a good guard position.
Our first game in the Hampshire County League was with Smith Aeadeniv
at Amherst. 'We managed to nose them out by the score of l2to S. Capt, Clligia
played best for Amherst.
The next two games we lost by close scores. The first was with Central lligh
School of Springfield. A last minute rally by Amherst made them feel uneasy.
Bill Grebbin our substitute was the high score for Amherst. The second ganie
was with Hopkins at Hopkins. The absence of a few of our players due to break-
ing rules caused our defeat and this game seemed the turning point of the league.
By the next game the team was organized again as a unit and defeated Smith
School. Capt. Chick and Smithie were the chief offensive.
The team took Monsonfs measure by a fair score. lildridge and Caps. Chick
The next Hopkins game was a bit different. Our small hall was packed and
they sure received their moneys worth. Pat Joy and Chick Parnelldid most of the
scoring for Amherst. -
The team Went to Smith Academy next and Pat Joy showed the people in
Hatfield how we do it in Amherst. He scored seven floor baskets in the last quarter
and put the game on ice for Amherst. D g
liasthampton invaded Amherst and We sent them back with a defeat. Again
the Parnell and joy combination were victorious. But the following week they
evened up the scores by defeating us at liasthampton.
This seemed to be our losing streak of the year as Smith School defeated us by a
small score and tied lfiasthampton for hrst place in the Hampshire LCHISPC- C my
Our team was selected to .represent a team from the Hampsnre ,
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League in the Springfield tournament but We were eliminated in the HTS FOUU
' - f 1 ' I won the tournament.
the fast Northampton team VSTIO H. XV defeated
The last game was a victory so we ended the season We C
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Clark School by a close score on their floor. Smith and JQY lgefe S2232 I th? E316
The big event of the whole basketball year was held in reen -
bl t basketball sup
of Miss U'l5rien our drawing teacher who waS Perhaps our 3 es .Y a banquet
porter. Due to the generosity of Miss O,Brien the team V233 8312 tain We
and an all around good time. Bill Grebbin, a forward was e eciie One? '
hope liill has the best of luck next year as capta1I1f0f he 15 an a C '
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W'hen the call for baseball candidates was issued in April a large number gf
boys responded. In fact the squad was so large that Coach Willi L
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The material was so promising that Coach Williams had difiicultv in picking an
team. He finally selected a squad that he thought would bring home the ligteim
and took a trip to Cathedral High School of Springfield. His teatn was sure ll
winner and came home with a shut out victory. The Cathedral team was unahle
to push over a run while we found the Springfield pitcher for five runs. Pat lov
was almost invincible on the mound while Smith and Britt played well in the lieltl.
The next game was with Walpole High School at Blake Field. The Amherst
team pounded out 19 runs to ll for Walpole. James joy proved an able pitcher
when the WValpole team found his brother Pat for three hits in the hrst inning.
Smith, P. Joy, Grebbin and MacMaster hit hard for Amherst.
Rain prevented our team from finishing the first game with Hopkins, but the
following day Hopkins came to Amherst and the Amherst batters hit the Hopkins
pitchers for 30 runs to one for Hopkins. Smith, Joy, Enos, and Britt hit well
Drury High School of North Adams placed a good team on the field for their
first game and stopped Amherst's winning streak by the score of 12-3. The team
seemed a little off usual form and could not keep up to Drury's pace.
Hopkins again fell before Amherst this time at Hopkins. james Joy pitchcd
holding them without a run until the sixth inning when Coach Williams tried out
some new players. Hopkins managed to punch over 7 TUHS F0 OUF 20'
As the Gold Bug goes to press before the baseball season. closes we cannot
enter all the games, but at the rate of speed they are going it is doubtful If HWY
loose many games. Nlanagcr Milton Smith has arranged a good stiff schedule and
with plenty of competition. These are some of the games Of lmpoftance'
M. A. C. l'iI'OSll at Nl. A. C.
Turners l"alls at Turners Falls.
Af. A. C. 2 yr. at Nl. A. C.
South 'llzttlley l"ztlls two g2lTT1CS.
Athol at Alhol.
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This studio has photographed A. H. S. Seniors for over twenty-five
years with few exceptions.
The reason for this is good work, promptness and satisfaction.
Class Photographers for the Class of 1926
100 Main Street Northampton
H. E. KINSMAN '
Specialist in College
and School Photography
JAMES A. LOWELL
Amhvrat High Srlgunl
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