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Page 17 text:
Football Crew and En ltsh classes It should be noted that Mr Van Pelt llke the
Doctor also unceremonlously retreated from dormltory l1fe soon after these lnctdents
D1C lertco began handtng out food for practtcal gaxn but had ltttle luck wtth Ptckles
who has amazed us all by h1s abtlttv to ltye on drops of water
Rooks took up French unsuspectedly when forced to retreat mto Mr Barr s
French class w htle one of the hterarchy gaye the net hborlng study hall a lecture on
w hy not to throw erasers Thts was not the only corruptlon prey alent Culbertson had
dey eloped a CIOHYCIIC maktng machlne as well as a Boxford applejack dlstlllery
both of whlch were oy erwhelmtng successes After bexng caught srnoktng five ttmes
he had to brtng these dubtous act1v1t1es to a halt
When the fourth form year rolled around there were several notable addlttons
lncludtn the Duke of West Boxford Dtclt Ptnkham whose yellow and black car
became yery useful Donald tn h1s green corduroy pants helped Van Cjerblg expand
hts yocabulary w1th scores of useful expresslons llke Bun wamm
Campbell too jolned us at thts pomt although lt took htm the better part of the
fall term to persuade us that he really w as tn the fourth form It was clear that we
had a lady klller ln our mtdst as well when ChflS Wllktns brought us QIOYICS of
Cfrosse Polnte debutantes When v1s1ble below hxs mass of hatr and when not at
Abbot he has been yery congental Ttm Wllson also came fnot yet sporttng a beardj
and wrote Bohemian plays to the wr1t1n of whtch he has stnce applled hlmself more
yt orously A select and excluslye Blue room club grew up of Mlller Eaton Free
man and Van Cverblg Mrs Champollton IS stlll wondertng about Rldder s locomo
tue Joke fso IS Rtdder for that matterj In Peabody House tea and crumpets were
The headmtstless of Mtss Walkers School reported to Mr KIHQQTJUFY that Bob
X oun man was dead but fortunately for the crew tt was a false report WhlCl1 X oung
man had put Record up to clrculattng
The form s hterary endeavors centered around the rlflzddlf School Reronl ground
to a halt w hen Mr Palmer began ustng the only three tssues as grammattcal CXCTCISCS
Fsmond Martln dey eloped the hablt of frequent trtps to Boston at ntght to the extent
of taklng weekends ln the mtddle of the week not to speak of Ladd Cutter who
ay oldtng the sprtng rush extended hls xacat1on to etght weeks only to haye lns bull
whtp confiscated upon hts leturn Phll Isles whose letters llterally deluged the mall
room reached hxs hetght wtth the fair sex but was yery dlsappotnted when he found
that as '1 fourth former he had to leave the school dance by ten o clock and go to bed
1m Pew had by now worn paths from hts room to all the spots of mterest and
hts superhuman audltory senses appeared to be tnfalltble Bowles Wlth h1s H1F1
Ty rolean hats lederhosen parachute harness setsmograph parts machmes for ey ery
thtng and whatnot yolned Hoguet and Sawyer IH Peabody House fOI'ITllDg the
tnfamous HBS club The Zoo had many curtous anxmals tn It that year lncludlng
a baby dtnosaur called Crole
The C ardner House Cfymnastum to whtch Scott and Roche were shuttled on
arrtx al became famous for the Herculean combats between Isles and Mama Eats
as well as for Scott s and Campbell s frequent contests ln the manly art of fenclng
much to Mr Parrot s dtspleasure Howey er james Walker 1n traxntn for Thorne
House Prefect w as an ald from the dorm aboye Brtghtjolned us from the form aboye
whlle Nltke Watson found hunself at home tn the laundry truck Sprlng was at hand
and Daye effrey felt l1l1'I1SClf ready for a fifth fortn prefectshtp
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SIXTH FORM HISTGRY
S the mrssrle gap has w rderred as the natronal debt has rncre rsed as the would
has grown tenser and terrser untrl rt seems rcady to coll rpse and the cold w rr
has raged on our Srxth Por rn has conyersely grown horn a raucous and
drsunrhed nrne to a mature and coherent forty one
Who were the orrgrnal nrne potentral rntellectual genrusesg I rrc Rrdder Srndy
Hendtr lorry Pahnestoclc Bob Moulton Crene Record Bryan H rrrrngton Mrclcey
Xan berbrg Steye Salant and Roolcs On pcrusrng thrs motley group thc rrrore
austere and worldly members ol the school were heard to conrrnent to the effect th rt
rnstead ofthe new Lrnk to the burldrngs then rn forthcomrng stages a new barred
second lorm dormrtory mrght haye been more rn order Howey er rt was too late to
chrnge the burldrng plans rn order to better accommodate thcsc wrld deryrshes
Although gerrrrs ol greatness were not wholly evrdent to the laculty then thcy arc
cyrclent to Irr0sl now Two ol thrs rllustrrous group haye srnce garned the coycted
ollrce ol senror prefect whrch thev haye been accused of hayrng had therr eves on
eyen then Thrs ofcourse they hotly deny
On arrrval the rmmaculately dressed Sandy Bender rn glrtterrng whrte buclcs
whrch seemed to be hrs most predomrnant leature rn those days rs reported to have
wrrtten down all the notrces on eyery bulletrn board he could hnd Howeycr tlns
does not appear to haye been hrs true vocatron as he has unfortunately grown out
ol thrs promrsrng habrt rn recent years Harrrngton drsappear ed to the brrd banclrng
hut and reappeared brreflv at the end of the thrrd form year to paclc hrs bags before
leayrng Moulton was aflectronately dubbed Mouldy wlrrle the srmrlarrtres be
tween Erre Rrdder and hrs prrrnrtrye counterpart the python becamc arrrazrrrgly
Attempts at a Lower School dretatorshrp under Drck Saltonstall were soon
deemed futrle when Fahnestock and Wan Gerbrg wrth numcrous goll bags ap
peared tTherr true drgnrhed nature one clarms had not yet cmergedl It yy rs
apparent from the begrnnrng that Salant was to lead a precarrous cxrstence but the
rc marnrng srx wrll proudly boast that thrs was the last year ol complete second lor rn
lreedom Perhaps as a result ol thrs chaos Doctor Scudder has srnce retrred to the
larmhouse to lrye a more sedate lrfe
The iollowrng year, much to the drsmay of those rn author tty thrs group returned
hall a loot taller trfty pounds heayrer twenty seycn stronger and hardened crrrnrnals
all Mrlbanlc and Mackrntosh ol the rrrternatrorral set descendcd rrnrdst a cluttcr
ol auto slcetchcs rnto thrs heterogeneous group C lrques and clubs raprdly dey eloped
Maryel and effrey ruled the roost rn aclcson the latter gettrng a reputatron lor
consumrng vast quantrtres of crder rlhe regrme was often challenged by Sawyer and
hrs electrrhed doors whrch Hoguet who rs now approachrng the stratosphere rn
herght lound frt to test Then drllerences werc hnally scttled when Sawyer dropprrrg
to cruder mcans threw a flower pot at Hoguct s head which rrrrssed and brolce
lr rrrnlessly on thc floor Xt ont pornt rt rndec d sccnrcd as rl thc slcrcs wcre lallrng and
the angel ol death was cornrng to rudge the world lor lls srns It turned Out to be
Rrdder crashrng through thc ac lcson cerlrng hayrng talscn a rnrsstcp on one ol hrs
darly walks across the roof
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