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CHARLES CLINTON CHAMBERS
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Doll Show Soph Jr
Class Presldent Soph
Scarlet and Gray Staff
Cheer Leader Fr Soph J S
A WELL DRESSED handsome young man was seen strrdmg up Charles Street wrth
all the confidence rn the world You need only one guess to rdentnfy hum Buck
Chambers of course' Hrs dapper energetrc person IS seen at every game dance or tea
party When one hears a spmted throaty yell hugh above the others at a football bas
ketball or lacrosse game one may safely bet nt IS Buck Buck really has more energy
and school sprrrt than any other ten people put together When Buck leads a cheer he
really makes people yell The Frrends School rootmg sectnon knows h1s contortrons
well for he has led us nn cheers for four sohd years The east srde of the study hall
also knows Buck s maneuvers rather well and justly so
Buck IS gomg to take up nnterxor decoratrng next year and wrll probably go to
the Maryland Instrtute Wherever he goes he wrll always be remembered for hrs nn
satrable energy and hrs never ceaslng good humor
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NIARY ELLIS CAIRNES
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Swimming Soph Ir Sr
Clee Club Soph Jr S CSecretary
Bazaar Committee Sr
Class Basketball Fr Soph Jr
OULD that happy smile belong to anyone but our own Mary Ellis? Most of us
can scarcely realize what a dull class we would hase had if it had not been for
Mary Ellis 5 ever ready gayety and sense of humor In Mary Ellis we find one of the
tmuously vsith the class of 32 During this time Mary Ellis has shown her skill in
manv fields Among her accomplishments vie might mention her position on the
hockey swimming and class basketball teams and her membership in both the Square
and Glee Club Then too who could forget her lusty cries of Ice Cream at the Doll
Shown: In addition to all this there is with Mary Ellis that exer utal question of
dates On Monday morning as vie all knovi dates are the all important subject
for discussion and she talks more than her share on this topic INext year Mary Ellis
expects to go in training for a nurse With her vw: send our hopes for success and
may the best IDECIDC viin
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T H U K
FRANK DORSEY CI-IRISTHILF
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Football Soph Jr Sr QCaptj
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Lacrosse Soph Jr Sr
HIS ladnes and gentlemen IS one of the 1mposs1bly alnke tvuns Frank Chrxsthxlf
at least we hope lt ns lf the plctures are not mlxed up-vs hose only parallel ln ath
letncs IS hrs brother John Outstandmg IS Frank 1n sports of all kmds Football
swnmmmg lacrosse and track all have at one tlme or another had Frank not only as
an enthusnast but also as a valuable partxclpant We wonder how many touchdowns
would not have been made how many backstroke events would have been lost and how
many goals nn lacrosse would have been scored by opposmg teams rf Frank had not
been ln the games to Wm Surely the entlre sp1r1t 1n the Senlor play would have been
absent nf Frank had not appeared on tnme mn h1s handsome butler s umform nervously
brushing at has harry sxde whnskers He was always present at rehearsals too glvmg
up hrs much requxred txme to go txrelessly over and over hrs part Although when he
remalned around after hls final exnt for the play had been completed we often sus
pected that there must have been an added attractlon ln the room that held h1m there
Nor were we by any means wrong as father Farraday s youngest daughter d1d appear
to occupy a rather large portron of hrs butlers beatmg organ otherwnse known as the
heart Upon leavmg Frank after graduatxon we are certam that we shall hear a great
deal more about hlm nn the years to come
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