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yet again wonderful!"
PANORAMA REPORTER C25 5 ADVERTISING MANAGER OF
PANORAMA C3135 g BUSINESS NLXNACER CSA5 5 EDITOR-
IN-CHIEF C45 3 RECENT OF DERATINC CLUB C3B5
C4A5 5 'VICE-PRESIDENT C3A5 g PRESIDENT C4B5 5 SEC-
RETARY OF FORUM C45 5 PRESIDENT oE TENNIS CLUD
C45g SECRETARY ATHLETIC COUNCIL C35 3 SECRETARY
GENERAL QRGANIZATION C45 3 CLASS PRESIDENT C4B5 5
CLASS SECRETARY C4A5 5 NTALEDICTORIAN.
'KECV' is the genius of B. C. H. S., having reached
one of the very highest scholarship marks ever record-
ed in our school. Also he is a man of affairs, fore-
most in all of the many organizations with which he
haslbeen connected-and not so slow with the girls.
Next year he will lead the throng to Hamilton.
"Silence is golden."
If the above quotation is true, "Bob" ought to be
a multi-millionaire. Bob expects to go to Columbia
for a B. S. course.
ROLLAND CRoMRToN '
HA 7'f?llQi014-fl life is Cl struggle and not a hymn."
Holland has pursued a studious life in our midst
avoiding the snares of politics. He will go t0 Dicki
inson college for a few years and try to decide whether
tO follow In his fatherls footsteps.
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"Ripe is wisdom, but patient and quiet."
"Bucky', has passed steadily through High School,
earning an excellent reputation as a "grind" Obey-
ing his. desire for study and his love for B. C. H. S.,
he will return for a Post Graduate course.
"What sweet deliglztt a. quiet life ajj'ords."'
Harold has been with us only during Senior year,
arriving from Corning Free Academy. He intends to
go to Lowellls for a business course and after that
will wait for Rockefellefs secretary to die.
"Let your lite-rary compositions be kept from public
eyes for nine years at least."
FRIDAY CLUBQ SECRETARY OF FR1DAY CLUB Q3, 43.
She expects to join the mighty army of school
"marms'l by completing her education at Cortland
Normal. Grace is the class essayist and we predict
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George Eliot. She also won laurels as a renowned
"star" in "A College Town."
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"Gussie" will enter a training class and become
famous as a school teacher. She will doubtless be
as successful along that line as her High School
career has been. Augusta has written an essay on
"Thrift" for whichs she received a medal from N. Y.
State Bankers' Association.
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DEBATING CLUB. 4
"Dick" is a very well trained amateur chauffeur.
He has to use his car, you see, to get up speed. Dick
.Will join the band of Post Graduates and after another
year will probably go to Lafayette,
"Her hair is auburn, mine is perfect yellow,
If that be the difference between his love, I'll buy me
, such a colored periwigf'
LITERARY CLUB. -
"Marge" will be a stenographer in her father's of-
fice, but has no further additions to make concerning
her future career. A
"The ladies call him sweet."
FOOTBALL Cl, 2, 3, 45 5 CAPTAIN Foo'1'BALL C45 1 TRACK
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"Cl cap Davernn is one of our best athletes, star-
ring in many lines, but specializing in dancing, girls
-and stump speeches. Dav is hoping to become an
engineer. We bet he will be as popular at Carnegie
Tech as he has been here.
"Each mind has its own method."
GLEE CLUB C35 C45.
Wilfrecl expects to go to Colgate to carry on
another fight for a diploma. He has worked among us
quietly, and has been well liked.
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