Friends School of Baltimore - Quaker Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)

 - Class of 1932

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U JOHN FOUT CHRISTHILF youu rllous u 111 be Jflllllx rlloux Entered 1926 Football Soph jr Sr Basketball jr S Lacrosse Fr Soph jr Sr Sxummlng Jr Sr Doll Show member of the famous twms who entered our class back m 26 Well th1s ns John and we are glad to say that by our long HSSOCIRIIOD we are at last able to tell lum from hrs brother Frank Although John has successfully negotlated hns studnes he has gamed h1s greatest fame through hrs exploxts 1n the field of athletlcs He ns espe cxally skxlled nn the old Indxan pastrme lacrosse and has earned four letters and the posntnon of captam durmg hxs four years ln the hngh school We find hnm scarcely less skllled m football basketball and swnmmxng and see by the records that he has collected the remarkable sum of eleven major letters ohn also Hnds time for other actnvntles as as evxdenced by his appearance ln the Doll Show And how can we forget the keen mterest that he has nn the left sxde of the study hall' John xntends to enter Maryland next fall and we are certam that xf he contmues his work ln athletncs we will hear more about hxm nn whatever game he plays fxfh cu X 'I' H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X '...- gf' " " ' pf' xy" 1 , -ga r.-1 ' CCA' RE you john or Frank?" This is the first question that invariably greets either

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T H U K FRANK DORSEY CI-IRISTHILF Af mcg fr1 0 worn lo fakr 0 rum Tfaaf aluays shout gnu! pmla or 111110 wma' Entered 192 6 Football Soph Jr Sr QCaptj Swnmmmg Soph Jr Sr QCaptj Lacrosse Soph Jr Sr Track Fr Semor Play 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 fourteen X E Q A E R 1 9 3 2 X V, , 9 - s jf, ,- ' 1 1 1' A 'Q I I ' P ' . Q , ., ., . . . , ., ., . . . s '9 -9 ' , . 1 a 9 Y . . . . . Y . - 9 .N , .Q , ' . . . . . , I . s 9 s . 1 9 a . . . . , . 9 . . . . . I , , . . ' s , - v , l . . , . . 9 ' s



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QU CLYDE MELVILLE CLAPP Wfmly zcorldly no! uorldly um Entered 1929 Iootball Jr Sr Lacrosse Soph J S Semor Play Scarlet and Gray Staff uaker Staff LYDE ns one of those people whom everybody lxkes He ns easy gomg and good natured Besldes thns gennalnty Clyde has another mark of dxstmctlon sxhxch makes hlm popular especlally wrth the east sxde of study hall He IS the most sar shows great abnllty ln athletxcs He IS a fine football basketball and lacrosse player Unfortunately after a spectacular play m one of the football games Clyde broke hls leg and was out of the rest of the games and the basketball season In lacrosse Clyde has starred at center ever smce he came to Frlends 1n h1s Sophomore year Any Frlday afternoon he could be seen doggedly chevu mg gum runmng up and down the Held to uphold Frlends prestxge nn lacrosse Clyde showed hrs actnng abxlxty nn the Semor play where he was the benexolent father Faraday Whether or not we forget the rest of the play we vs 111 remember Clydes hearty God bless my soul Another accomplnshment of Clydes vsas bemg one of the champxon pretzel chewers of Mr Ettcrs famous Physncs class Cly de says he has decxded to go to Oberlm College because of the beautnful coeds there Well here s to you Clyde and may success and coeds follow your footsteps Sllf u X T H E A K E R 1 9 3 2 X I I, .,' r., r. Q . torically correct of all the well-dressed seniors. As well as dressing correctly Clyde

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