Gettysburg Academy - Osoga Yearbook (Gettysburg, PA)

 - Class of 1922

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Che 09511921 Ipllblllvhfb of 1 9 2 2 Gettysburg Hcabemp bv Gbe Glass S W 1 S Y l . Clarence Arthur Neal, A B ,nfuvn n 111 To CLARP NCI A Nb AL Wuo HAS PNDPARILD um sem T0 T111 QTLDENTN OF CIPTTXSBLRG -Xcfxurm BX H15 LNMLHSH mxorrorx ro THPIR INTIRl'N1Q mn NXPII-XRI HX His NTPRIIM cuxaxrrm xxn or IW? A rw IHI Own x TO P.. Y' . fi ., ,lf IIY IIIS AIiII,I'l'Y IN TIIIC CLASSROOM, WIC TIIIC FIASS ' .LL GRA'l'ICFl'I.I.Y DICDIi'A'I'lC THIS 'L'NIlil'IK F Paar' L Foreword It 111 0f181111g't111S OSOCA to ou1 m 111K 1I1811f1N ue of the Clue oi 1N1116tGCl1 hu11c11ecl tvs ents tu o m 11 ICXING 1o11g n11e11 hed 111emo11es 1111 thoee who fOl Cettx 1Ju1g M 1c1e111x 111 those xx ho haxe not Net 1511111111611 then 0111 eumet desue and iondest hope 11111 11 ue been 161111111 md 0111 effo1tx s11111 not haxe been 111 1 1111 THE EDITORS . ' I 2 k.L, ' Y' u . , S- v ivy . -' - , J fs 1' L1 ' v kj v have left their Alma Mater and perpetuate a love 1 I tvs . A ,Z vw ' S v v Lv T 'Z 2 3 . 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T' ,sp -'-' .4 K xg FQ . - . , fi f,.,T...', I 44 l w A Ill 1 un 1 ln lim ettysburg Acad Bu dng LL-...:. The Mun 'F E N fo J. gf 1 .5 .1..f-Q f ini? 1 - P: mf A. LQ: 1 g -mt , l i. - 5. A . , 2. 1 5 X 25' ilallf " gS1,Tff ' A 0 1 : ' .L I . , . .-. X is -wdsf ,Q Aff? 'X 4 XP-N. Pane IO Stevens Page orth N Look ng pus In Ca The r-. N "" "' f . Vfrfrffk I ? ,- 1 Pail? I In Ho CY Headmast The I 7 ysburg Acad Lobby-Ge The 'U Q 'Q cm NA Cl W 1 tt emy. 'all W 1 I Y x x Y W Courts ehfl T Faculty Pnszflznt WVILLIAM ANTHONX GRAINWILLIL PHD ILD Hlflfllllflwffl Rm CHARLES HELRI HUBER A M IITTD mn 1111611 DQILL RIILRL IMTIILRR llrufzn QLARILINCE. ARTIIUR M-AAL A P 6 IORGL Rosvm DUI IROIIN A R P XRL FNIPRNON IIICLIR B s IIIQLI II -XINIIN1 IPRILNV Hx CIIIIR III ZLRRL IlFxRI C PIIIIIM ANI Uulzg I ' V ' 1, . ., A . V Sc W .' " " ",B.S. ' W Y W v vi , A . D. 21 ' 3 -1 ,I ,. . . EXECTLTTI VE STA FF Tyw1r,w1H'41' . ' "fri 1u'.v'rfm1'I1r'r frm! I,f'f'fm'ff' GI-ZHIQGI: DII-ZIII, S'I',xIII.I1Y, AAI.. M.IJ. REV CHARLES H HUBER LxttD Headmaster Professor of Latm Gcttwburg Academy 1880 Lutluran Theologlcal Summary Page 17 Pcnris-ylvanizf College 1892 CLARENCE ARTHUR NEAL Professor of Greek XN7Zijl1CilJOl'O Hlgll School Gettysburg Acaclum Pt.l1l'1QjlXH1ll'i College Lutheran Thcologxcal Scnnnary Page 18 AB 1914 1910 1921 1993 DOYLE REVERE LEATHERS BS Senior Master rofessor of Mathematics CflxlOIIlLl1 School 1910 P ' . P- -' 1 ....... Pennsylvania College ........... IQI3 , . . .N . EARL EMERSON ZIEGLER BS Professor of Mathematlcs and Science Red Llon H1gh School 1917 Permsylwanla College 1921 GEO. ROSCOE DULEBOHN, A.B. Professor of English and History. Mcrccrsburg Acaclcmy ........ ..IQI5 Pennsylvania College . .......... 19.11 Page 19 CALVIN LEE ZERBE Gctt5Qburg Anfulelm IQIf Gettwhurg Lulkge I 4 Page 20 JOSEPH AUSTEN LEREW BS Professor of French and Hnstory Dlllslmuxg High Qchool IQI7 Gcttx burg, Lollygn Il I '- f ' 'fl .V ............ jf Profesgorw of French. ' - '..1ffIfff..9:. 5542, LW 'u C If 1922 Esse Quam Vader: Page It ' ' il . l9AZZ S W W W C L S The Class of 1922 bww quam zulczz Pres1de11t Rfu mond E Agnew Vlce Presxdent Benlfzmm F lloflm 111 Treasurer Charles A K11 nik Class Flower Whlte CIIHIUOII Clflss Colors Blue and Whlte Class Motto It IS better to be than to seem to be 1. v . . , - Q - 7 I-u x I ...---..v...-.--..n.-....-.... C V, Q Y . C. ....................... .lc . . Y l 2 Secretary . ............................. Raymond E. Doyle N ..-.--...-n...4.--.-.,-.-..... Q C Q C V 3 : ' z ' z ' . : ' ' , cc ' , u Page 27 cts- Raxmond Succeed thtrcfore THOS THEODORE ARMSTRONG Tom Army bt vt ell X1 cl X NI C A XVlnte Lxterary So cletx Football Scrubs 2 Basket Ja I Druld plea ge Army IS one of our good stu dents and espce1ally Ill Vxrgxl and French does lu stand out XlVlCll5 We must hsten wlth awe when l rtacs the sentnnental 1 rt of a play Perhaps the IIIHULIICC IS from lns ovxn home toun We are not dune sure just where she does lu but there IS somtone somewhere Army never tells where Thls fact hon ex er does not mar the scholastlc hfe of thls xndustrlous person We earnestly hope to sec Army become a successful busmess man some day The class of '22 wlshes you success Page 28 RAYMOND EDWARD AGNEW Ray Aggxe Fernwood Pa Class Presxdent Secretary Y M C A PI'CSlllCl1tllrlllllbtCI'l3.lASSOClI-1 tion Red Llterary Soclety Foot l 21 A Good Naturnd Earnest XVorker Agnew such 1s our Llass Presldent as hls name s1gn1fles Tl ere IS l1t tlc to be sald about our presldent ar ter lookxng at lns expressne face lt lb the nnrror of Ins character and manners of Ins heart and soul That seruousness and fortxtude that truth fulness and falthfulness vxlnch char be seen a llttlc lllffl the there ls a young It IS IO' acterlzes great men can all nl lns fa e fhere ns aso txunkle ln hls exe that gnes ableness to see a Joke when one We nex er see hnn wlth ladv but vse can wager that 1 dxsllke on exther slde Perhaps he ns too busy Aggle has a persever Ing nature that nlll make lnm a sue ussful mnnstcr some dav which xull ll YI Cl ' H , . 3 . . 1' Q ' mall , ,22. '. , 1 . 1 - . . ,e , ' an . V ' ' - 1 .. : , l - -. ' e . , l. f 7 I . n 7 b , J ' ' ' 1 . Z .S . . N. I ' 7 AAA ' YY B , - . . . " ' 5 '- lead the nnnds of men to better thoughts. NVQ stand for your suc- . ,,.k - Q P, A M , , , - ll YY ll YY ' ' ,. . . '. , . . .3 ' ' - . y - . ZZ 1- l'll 2, 22g l . .. yy - - V, ' ' M. 1 1, .. - Y, ja , 'K' V - Y . Y . . K X H: ., .VSV H Y! ' ' . , . I, , , , " 5 " l MAYBELLE ASPER Belle Aspen Pa Blue Llteraly SOCILYY Behold' One of the most reserved eo Lds ln the elass as well as ln the sehool lt can he sald ot Mlss Asper that she has SOIll6Kllll'lg to her crtdlt that no other co ed ln the sclool possesses There lb a small town on tht Reldlng Rallroad named after har the town of Asptrs Pa She has nu er hun seen Ill the eompany of 'L nng mln but 0 t can nutr e lllltlllllg' 'll7Ollt thls type of a rl lt has often bun speculated upon why sl1L sons home elery week Lllll hut there ls no telllllg There may he someone at 'Xspers Pa who ls xerv lntercstlllg Xlawhclle IS a hu student Good luck we all Yhlbll you the hmst of sueeess ANNE GITT BAKER Ann Xhhottstown Pa ll now we LOIIIL o nn one our lll0Nt Kllgllllltil 'lllil heat lrgd co cds She ls 1 nltlle dau ter ot -Xhhottstown but we know that her future I9 not llf.5tll1CCl to be spent thtre 'xllll ls a Jolly good glrl and always meets one wltll a welcome smlle and a merry laugh Sh l.6I'tHlIllX gets good marks nl her C sses and lt I5 no mystery or Ann lb one of ollr llll1ClllgLllt and lllCll1itl'l0l.lS IJIIDIIS She LS a lo l member of the class of and when she lb through here she lxptcts t COlltlllll6 her work at Gtttyzsburg College Here I9 wlshlng you exery success and hapnlness Ill the future Page 29 ll I, .' 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'f,, , v . -- --n i ' : 1 -' ' : o KENNETH BRADLEY BARCLAY Kenny Slllll21ll'll.llOIllllllg Pa A Assouatt lchtor ot Basketball Sciubx t lot in ue marie OIN 'Ihat is what the girls sas vxhum thu S L 1 1 es enuxs mu at pretty but thu haxe other qlldlltli' beside theee They are filltllflll ant houwt lxtnuy eomu to us from SlIll13.ITl3.llOI1ll1g that outpoit of c1x1 llZ3.tlOI'l but lxenm ie far from be mg a eaxagt Hu tagerneee to dt xour matlumatie probltms proxu to a ll x as Q ambitmn S engineer and the N room gut .1 grxatnus After Acacltniy Louru 1 Qtucui lxtu to bt an electrical lighting fixtures 111 promixe of future o1r yearx of the .it Gettysburg he iutemle to enter Penn State College VVe vnsh him the greateet succecc Page S0 ERNEST WILSON BAKER Sarah Fa s Bakersxille Pa I ewlent X M C A Secretarx Mmmterial ASSOCIBUOII President Student Senate Vkhitt Literary So ClLtX Football Scrubs 2 Sarah 15 xcrx Qeneitne about hu IIICKIIZIIIIC but put the sane he clear old Sarah to all of us and al x BS ulll e Sara1 is the ex hearted box and indeed the moet gtncrous 111 the Qchool He IS lOt txactly a laclx Q man but there isnt re a xxou c Q Q xulclut fall for him Howextr Sarah IS tllllllxlllg of other thmgx it prueut buuu tie acne 1 um is to btcome '1 mmicttr and ue ill feel sure lit will make a complete succew of thu profusion Succew uwiits you hruut for you haxe been fnthful 111 the little thmgc and God will makt 5011 master oxer Great thmgs ll YI ll t Pl I , . , , .bfi - . 1 -. 1 .1 . 1 ' N, - I ' , C' , ' X - '- '- ' '2. ,, 17' ,, . v L Y . . V ,A ' 'H s 1 is 1. ,Y A va ', " b . " l" ' b gt ."' , . S - - . . 1 a girl he -tht ' ll ,ay ,he 1 wr ' . ' H, z -. l l l'x. CI YI Y, M. C. . .1 . -' - Q' ' Osogag Blue Literary Society: ' . ' Q '21 Oh, ar- 1 l'.' 'll iq! Qc- lin. Y J, "K by -I' ru- x t' , 1 yy, w .- X ' - .1 'Y ,-1 - 5 V - us his b'l'tj . , it L " 1- . ny'." ' ' iq - - ' ' hit- ' 1 ' - 1 . - ft '- : - 1 dentxst and xull pull em out easy RAYMOND EDGAR DOYLE Ray Procter cretary of Llass, X M C btudent Sentte Assoclate Ed1tor of Osoga President Reel Llterary 5oc1ety P111 Sxgma pledge Heaxens sake' but these women make 1ne slek One cannot go out wlth a woman around here but what thev say youre marrled to her It posltxxely dlsgustmg Lonfound It I dont see why these glrls all fall for me answay lm through wlth them Nexer nnnd Ray we all have out troubles NVe know that good ap pearance and good nature must ever go hand 111 hand and that you pos sess thls rare comblnatlon of v1rtues can be testlfied by all who know you Ray IS a student NV1tl'l a capital 5 and never permlts outslde HEZIFS to interfere wxth hms classroom prog ress He IS continually busy, not only FRANK NELSON CRIDER Nels 'C d Hagerstown Md President Athletic Association Student Qenate Blue Llterary S cxey Baseball 21 2 Ph1 Delta Theta pledge Lrxder has been one of the good backers of 27 At all tlmes he has cone h1s nest for the cla s He lb golng to attend the Unlverslty of Xlarvland Dental Sehool Nels was Ill good form last year on the p1tch1ng staff and we expect hlm to me xetter thts year 'Nlels has a the qualmes of a student 'Ihe blg reason why he XVlSl"lCS to attend of l tha he want to nearer to someone ln Hagerstown Hls popularxty among the faxr ones does not seem to be predomlnate 111 Hagerstown alone He flequently goes to see someone lll Gettysburg He sometlmes shps the watch but that proxes that he IS only human We are allpos1t1we he wxll be a great wxth Ins own work but wlth the work whlch he does for others ns always earnest about l'ns undertakmgs and one knows he means bust ness when Ray speaks Ray IS preparmg himself for Journalism and expects to enter Gettysburg College next Fall Your smcerxty spells success Go to lt Ray, we expect b1g thmgs of you You have o best wlshes Page 81 I ll 1, I ri Y! 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" 1 -"' ' s , 1'1' ' - - 111--vill -1 ' Q'- MARSHALL HALL Hally Pme Grove Pa xVl1ltC Literary SOCICIQ lll lou. you would tllllllx when at first you gazt upon the countcnanct of llllS Lllilfllllllg' young Illilll But 1our coujtcture 1s wrong Th1s Sll 11erlat11t TWClltlLIll Lentury youth IN toncernul mort v11th the future hap 111111ss of tht fa1r sew than 111th tht mrtstnt 1 l'llS0ll IL his s u 11s 1111u1t11e L1rter Lzrly e lx 111111 11trftLt111g All lllNtl'lllllLllt llllt 1 lltflllll lo1e to ht Illtlflt. 1t o 1, 11s 211111 s211 s 11t 1 un s t1sf1ttor1 tllll tht 111156 NN IX 1111 po hh ch 111Le for quarrtls or arg11111L11ts lat 1 1 l 0 bl s w1ll fo o11 s 111 L l0Il bt ol1 fI'lt.Ilfll ou rt ll Flllglllg O11 e r1g1ts o X10lll'l.Ilkllltl B L1r11ul' Itst 1 should sutft1'1.1tally Hallx intends to tnter httt1sl111rg Lollego. 11l11rL he 111ll studx gltttrital c11g111ec1111g, ,ood luck 11l lust 111s us IFC t1c ct111rt111g 11011 o tht class o Z7 GUSTAV HASENFUSS JR Gus Mlke Pl11lad1l11l11a P lwhtor 111 Lllle 1 O oga Presldent Blut l1t1r1ry So ue 1 tudnnt S111 1tt l'ootb1ll '21 B1sl1Ltl11ll sth1ll 5 1111 Llll pltdgt tor lll t 1 1 trut LO1ll ot t or .11 s l11l11t or lool1111g do mtople but lll"l.t ll ltl r 1a 111 o 111 has tarned tor l11IIlSt.ll 1. ru D11 1011 ot 111 '1t1et1 or d1st111t1o11 ll'1Xlllg' 11011 1 11l1Lt o11 tht football skttball and NLJI 1. s 'l reason co111ts luck to llll 1thl1tLs 1 orn 1lOl 111111 H15 1111111111 r o111l1t1 s s1111sl tl l11rr11 01 l11Lk111rd111s s 1 Ill 11111 1111111 hearts s s no o s fred 111 a 1tt1c af:ta1rs l 1 scl1olaQt1c and socml affalrs and ts pec1all5 the latter N011 what 1101111 Gus do 111tl1o11t C'1rol111L? S11rel1 lt 11o11l1l lxrmk llls l11.1rt 1f lllS 11orth1 al Prot s 10 1 IC 1.1 'us moto 1 XVl1trQ she leads me l 1v1ll toIlo11 lls llllICilClN to t1l1e 1111 Il1LLllClllt. lxup up tht good 11orl1 and succe s ls assured you 111: Page 33 I . M P1 1 . Lik- Ill , l- ai :tart- -ll':' '- " '2- '2 . H v 1 1- ' 2 ' S . I 1'ill - ' ' - ' -2 llluf l':t Ho tl2 this vill ht: 1111 - Ill V' l2 - 1 llt '2 ', 21s it will 1-li111i1121tc 2 ' ssi- XYI 2 vorlc f l's.' " ll ' thi: ' 1'-ni , lt . - . y 21-'1f" th 'l. f ' 2 ' . c '2 -' . yor . 1 Q 5 -1 1 " 1 vvy - ' "C 21 1 "fl -: 2 1 l l- 2 ' 7 ls f 1 f"-. Y ' . . ll I7 If ' ,I X l ' ' - ' , 21. 11 11.c.A.: 3' -'-"f0" "it'3 S ' -2 'Q 1 2 '..1, '31, 'gag if " 2 'zzz Hail 2 l.Zl, 23: lig 2 i' ' fl And now 111- COIIIC to our ClL'1ll' cdi -' -'li-f, and 21 - - 1121- tri 0' ll ii. TX, lt is t1'11c that "V s" hai Z1 2 , " XVII O11 1 1 , 2 is only 2 11':1l fo If is taller than ost E us. UCF., L, X I E :nl - tat 2 2 ll - , ,5 1t ' , hai" ' , ' l121:-l2ll t'Zl.lll.'. 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F I , s, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HOFFMAN Hoffy Frank Wllhamsport, Md Vrce Presldent of Senior Class Busmess Manager of Osoga, Vice Presrdent of M1mster1al A5SOClat1OH, Student Senate X M C A Prem dent VVhxte Llterary SOCICIY Foot ball 22 Phu Delta Theta pledge Attentxon Ladns' The young gen tleman whom you are now gazlng upon 1s Btnjannn Ffallkllll Hoft man Hoffy has proven hnnself to be very useful rn a school of thls kmd always standmg wlth out stretched hand to assrst a co ed over some tlll:l:lClllt step Durmg the past football season he dlsplayed great skull as a football player, addlng much pep to tle team To ns misfortune he reeen ed a broken nose rn one of the gamts, the only effe t being a lnndrance to hls pleasmg smile for su eral days Hoify hav mg strud hls country durmg the VK orld VX xr came to the Academy onlx after hrs struces were no longer llmetlerl HIS record EIVCS 114 H SUTC bellef that there ls somethmg grttt m store for hmm rn hfe We VIISII ham all the luck Ill the world WILLIAM KINGSLEY HUNGER Vandergrxft Pa L A -Xssoclate Iidrtor or Osoga Secretary Blue Llttrary So ClCty Cheer Leader Ba kttball Scrubs 22 Pln kappa Psl pltdgv. Judgxng trom tht appearance ot thls xoung gentleman you xxlll not reallze that Gob IS a product of the smoky cxty of Vandergnft Gob can always play an nnme1c1 ful yoke on someone XX ho hasnt en a wet XICUTII of hrs vxa er b cktt showers A one time Gob had a great deal of car Ccarrl trouble but tl at IS all oxer nom Gobs 8.I'I1bltlOllS are manv Aboxe all he wants to be seen speeding at per ln a Studebaker and a heaxenly person wlth an angellc face besnle hlm Some say Gob xushes to be the presldent of a large strmg of Modlste Shops Others clalm he lS gomg to be a dentrst Gobs chref occupatxon IS sleepmg m the mornmg untll the twenty mnlute bell rmgs he hurrledly dresses and gets over ln tlme to be marked absent Here's wlslnng he walks to the tune of four demerlts every Saturday mornmg and mf he does he IS bound to make a great success Page 8.5 R ll Il ll U N . . , . 7 . ' , . . . ., s - y - , . , . . U X . . . .- IV ll ll ' . 7 K . . - . E . AK fl l l '- ' . -, ' e ' ' u h Y X ' Y . 1. YI, - I - ' V s V r ' . ' ,7 lv- 1 . v , '- X Q' , 1 I 1 . ' I I r . . lv 1 E Q , . V. ll YY ll ' YI Il ' Gob. Kung. Bull." , . X. M. . . .3 . I . 1 r v ' 1 y 1 - ' 5 , . ,Q 3 5 1 7, 1 I V' 1' , , , , . . I 3 ' Y 2 ' 'V ' I N YY ' Il ' H x an rv Y Y ' - g . Q ' I . , .4 -y - - ' 4. be ' ' ' t - ., . u V3 , ' ,F t ' rx 1 ,, 1 ' ' f. 4. , H - - , . . 60 .. Y H - .. - ,. . . ,, ,, , . A' II ' YY ra 1 yr - ' ' ' ' , ' , wllds of Borneo or some southern 1 be reahzed CHARLES ANDERSON KARNAK Chuck Cartrack Johnstown Pa Cass Treasurer X M C, A A soclate Edltor of Osoga Wlnte Llt erarx SOClCty Llass Horoscope How fortunate lndeed are we to xe enrolled Wltll 1 thls wlce awake youth from the Flood Lltxl Charles possesses all the eharaeter lstlCs of a worthy son of old Johns town He deserxes much credlt for lns great Interest and help as an As soclate Edltor of the Osoga As a student there are few who excel h1m but as a Soclal Flgure who can equal hlmf Vkhat glrl would not fall for thxs charnung and compla cent youth' Hls motto I9 Smlle and the gurls snnle with xou And now we haxe the secret of lns 0 clal success Charles expects to en ter betty sburg College where he will pursue the course xn Busmess Ad mmxstratlon Hour work here con PHILIP G HUTCHINSON Hutch Blp Iuttannxng Pa lxedL1terarx Soclety Football 22 Basketball Druid pledge Here 19 another of our athletes Hutch IS one of our new members and has proxen to us 1 xery worthx e hx xlnht hoth as a ln 'llfl fo mth ll plu Hutch IS xerx quxet xnd untssunung but he gf s ture ust tme sune On our lm tsleeth 1ll tenn Huteh can be com red o 1 s K lx ewcnxn tram hetwetn hettxsburg md lr rlshurg and hence h1s no I'lY'llS for 1 sketlnll lonors me one 1 s sur t1'1t ns mln: foe nt run III C lngmest ehlnncls but we douht tln s nnnc contlnutllx rlns 0 clred of Greensburg so for tlns rex som w usa e the crttle n eh s re ite st n mon 1 nuke kltlllllllllf., tunous hy placing on If he earrles out ls plan of spendlng the summer III th la c we luehexe lns 2l.l11lJItlO1IS wlll vmces us there are great tl1lI'lgS ln store for you Push on worthy class mate of '22 Page 35 ll I, Il ' 71 1 , ' , Y ' , . , 1 . , , , K. . 222: . 2 ,, .. 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A 1'--1 lcl .""1 5 to bell' ' 1' H1' z1l- ' wa 1Ir'z11 ' of 1I11' clay 'I 'II I1c ' , 5 , b. Q 1 Y ,Ili 1.4 , - - 'fb ' - A .' Y' . - Vs ' . -.i, II ." btate next fall Mle may expect to OWEN HESS KING Owen O H Klngle Sagamore P M C. A Assistant Edltor 111 Llnef of Oeoga Presldent Reel Liter ary Soclety 21 Vvllltl. L1ter'1ry So eletv 22 Football 22 Owen l1ad eerved for a tnne m the army prexloub to lns entrance Ill the Aeademy After lllb honorable dlseharge he eame t s H xery btI'lOlli and hard xxorkmg and goes 1nto exerytlnng Hltll the flglll' k lt of splrlt ESDLLldlly w 5 tns l yed Owen r sex qlllfi prom1 fact 1e jamee haxe true lll football whtre me game th nell known among the the town Zlllll hab been nt socxa lZlIlg' soclal funchons at St always prowen to be bxg sueeesses xx1e11 Owen lb present Owen xerx fond of nutb one of his taxo ee ls t e Acorn He has bten tlnnkmg semously of beeonnng dll engmeer and mtends to enter ilfl hear of Owen as a great bu1 der some dax Xe smeerelw wlsh llllll sueeess CHARLES DAVID KLINGLER Chuck Dav Plttsburgh Pa A Asslstint hlllf0l' o Osoga XlllllNlLl'lil Assoelntlon lflee lresxdent Blue Ilterlry Soelety Stuc ent Senlte Atlllttli. ASb0ClA lon Baseball I 3 Basketba 21 Basketball Qdlltdlll Basketball Nlanager 2 P111 Slgllll pledge Hall' A son of the Smoky Cltyl X glance at tlns xxorthy member of 0111 elass portrays at o11ce h1s manly character A an athlete Lhuck ranks among tl1e best of the school I baeketball d lll baseball s nexer Qav d1e sp1r1t l1as won n1a11y laurels A personahtv that wins and 1 keen mterest 1n Ins work here as sure us of hls success fo bettys burg College trom here and thence to Sennnarv ls Charles plan for lns lII1lT'lSlll3.tC future A great work hes before you Charles' Do not foul do not shlrk are tl1e words of ex Pl'L9lClCllt Roosexelt The class of 22 repeat them and VVlil1 you luck Page 37 I . ll P! ll YY ll ' ' lf , a. ,Y -'- -9 ' ' . L , X. il . I i - . , . U " - . ' 1 . ' ' o ur. e is i1l 5 : ' a' l'. ' ' - - he p a' ll tl ' on e line. " ' " is '- ' - fal "J '."' of ne in 'l" ," ln ' , tl ,I .1 v H -, 5 ' .1 is . M, .3 ,- - - . ,- r1t , 5 h '. . ' " ' . ,J 2 ' ' , , , 4 , . " V " fi , f 1 if YI Ki Y, Y. M. C. . .1 ' ' f 5 3. 3"- 1 . A .2 . . 3 5 I ZA.: A1 . . A . .- t 3 '.2g'2,3 ll', ,221 5 - " " '21, '22g : - . . '2g A ' . - . ' 1 I L . . 5 ' n . " an ' 'Sa hi: 1 . 5. A , X. . ' 1 , ,' ' , 2 V , , 5. . ., ' ' . 1 M ' 1 - , . ,, ' X - 1. v , c xSeXFplue CHARLES FRANKLIN LEACH Shorty Leachle Ltmoxnt Pa XICL Presxdent Wlnte Llterdrx Sw RICHARD GILBERT KLOSS Sarah Duck New port P H X1 C. A Red Lxterarx Society I cce homo' Look xxhos here' Do not be decuxed bs tlns beammg counttnanct Tls sald that the po hee torce uas decrtased by one halt upon tht departure of tlns natne son lll quest of knowledge Dxck ls fl COllII'3lllCllOll of lns nature B s g urosntx 4 made 'Nuxport xtn of rttngt for stormtossu xandnl ck ldexl stncc and at utnnent o t sharks noun to the NCllOldSllL Cxtegorx H1 l1ldtllCIIl3tlCdl mmd lcads Us to expect gn at thmgs of hnn as '1n tngmetr D1ck ls golng to tn ter Cettxsburg Collngc xxhtrt he xxlll he further mstructtd lll the fundx mcntxls of lIl3lIll6IIlZ1llCH Xla3 sue uscht xours l lx Here uc haxe a prodxgal son ot Gettxshurg Academx Hawmg spent a xear auax from Gcttxsburg tlns qllltt looking and good loolnng chap xx as unable to stdnd tht -.tram ot tht soclal enxxronmcnt at Hdfflsllllfg mx longer and once more returned to e quiet a d sccludu xnllagc Ol Getty shurg Houutr he ls not with out protcctxon as he has A strong lme and an extr readx snnle which he uses to smash the barrurs ftmmme lI1fllf:fCI'CHC6 Shortx mas proven lns abxlltx as a student and we haxe great hopes for lnm Ill the future His Iil'lll7lt1Oll seems to ht along CllglIlC'k!'llIg lmes and hls snc cess IS most assurtdly looktd for We cannot help but tlnnk that hr. would make .1 better salesman for can lu not talk uen a lxlmd man 1nto buy mg a book Shorty mtends to sfo to Gettxsburg College We wlsn hlm success Paoe 38 I ll 17 ll ' H ' , a. V ' . ' , ' 7 . I . . ., w . : v -. , . ' , s V U I N .. I . .r in y ln. ex ' : -' lv 2 - X ' .1 ha " ' ' 5 - 'l " is. "1Jis"'is an 1 J l'nt. he' H tl ' emlc l t all th' U-I . .-J' k V s 5- f . 5 , S , , , . I ,H ' , 4' ' -'I '- ' h . - . . . , g I 5 1 I 2- u 11 u ' n I! I .. 1 i. , . , I -V K- ietj: ., elg. B .' , . 'j 2 uv , " . . . th n -l ' f s V D - . Y . Y ',- . - . - '- of , ' ' ' 1- 'sf 1 5. I . X . . K, x - ' 5 14 n - , - V I D . , Q u , . RYLE EDGAR MARTZ Ryle Reds H3fFlSl3l1fg Pa Red Llterary boclety Thats rlht take another look tlley all do alld ll s only natural, for Reds ls the lxlllil tllat makes one glance a second tnne whetller you nt t or no Perhaps t s s partly due to lll? 'iplffllillil DllySlQl.1L which ls of hue KJYLCIZIII pattern, or posslbly lt can he attributed to ll15 joxlal gflll and genlal ll1Sp0Sltl0l1 but whatever the cause the fact re mallls that he does command atten tlon and usually gets lt too When he s happy the world knows lt, when hes blue the school feels lt good llatured blg hearted, sllck footed Reds NVe have found Martz a qulet Stl.1KllOllS alld hard worklng llttle mall who always keeps plug gmg on One never finds hlm dls uraged As a professlon Martz IS golllg to take up chemlstry H expects to complete hls course at Gettysburg College Our heartlest w WILLIAM LEAVITT JR Sleepy Bl EHIDOYILIIII P Blue Llterary Soclety Here before Ollf organs of ocular perceptlon we llliCCI'll the enigmatic teatures of thls prodlgy of lIlIt.llCC tual apathy He IS the exenlpllflca IlOll of the DYOGCICIICY of modern l.Ollll0lSSLllI'9 of the well known dex terous lllsect the house fly In tle long and short of 2 Sleepy could e lslly qulllfy as one of those to hold dowll the latter end Sleepy halls fronl EIUDOTIIIH1 where the charms of a falr young lady entrallce hlm and frequently delay l1lITl ln return lllg back to school so now we no longer XVOllClCI' why he returns late Lesultt s greatest cleslre ls to become lll QIIHIHCCI' We Wlill hlm success lll lllS CllO9ClI DTOIESSION lshes go wlth you Martz' Page 39 e ! 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A E DE LOS MONTEROS JR Monty Tony Mazatlan Mex1co Y M C A Blue Llterary Socrety What a difference a few years m ke Over the hxlls and xalleys across the 11131115 and deserts, from that sunny chme of Mexxco came thnx brnllxant member of our class Two years ago Monty enrolled as a spe Clal student lll English, a stranger ln a strange land 111 a strange school and what IS more among strange people X et to day he ls one of the most Dl'OfiClCllt and itl1dl0l.1Q mem hers of our class eun excelhng many of our class Ill Pnghsh To 111111 we are especlallv lllflllilell for the Clas lrophecx Our IJTCXIOUQ conception of a Nl6XlC3I1 was that of a handn hut we must confess that the charac tar dllllY'I1dIllll1tSS of th1s lllilllllglllnll td xouth has changed our oplnxon of this people Xflonty xntends to en tar U of P where he vs 1ll pursue the ronrse of Commerce and FIIIZHICE, Cnr lust xuslus go xuth xou Nlontx WESLEY GALLOWAY PARRY Duke Wes Swinton Pa had I1 erxrx Soeutx F oth ill skttlull Strnh P11 Sugnn pledge IOLXQI' 111 It llmont lle bun mc lhelr most S-lfllxlllg charaeterxs t1 s mu-.t hnd Duke 1 rr111ark1J 1. I'L1lC3I'll3ll0ll oi one or those Wllrl lll13.g'1IlHtlXC IIIXLIIUXL 111d1111p11ls1xt Ln Least f 1 l1oxxuu col es hkcne s to 1 Gaul depun on nlldness not prtuselx hncanse o x ormers not 51,12 nm but hneause of llli Hllfllltxw not hemg 11 e same kind the lit tr llw 1n111tr1t11L Ttllllflx lldXlllg :Lex uh uns Cl edt DONNQSQIIIQ' A tu ot ur falhc C111 mttrlstlc t 1erLtorl 1111 gttlur llllllftllltillll. that otr futnd falls to reahze Ins hlg dream to be come a chennst Ixup on VVes ' The best vushes of the class of 22 go Xutll Nou Page 40 . - V 1 ' .1 . M DI Cl FD a . ' ' ', Y . . .1 V ll YV l . . . 7 5 - , 'L J . - , .' K ' ni A - 1 I - ' I L ss yn ' Q 3 1 ,K .- H, Y -AA AQ' K l ll Il ll YY ." 1 , . " Q11 2 j f ji o 1 '.z.:Z Hai" 2 " s 'Jig l' ,' 4 XVI 1 '1 as ' 'ad 2 , l - 'z 's z l ' 5 5 ' 11 :- CS. : " z ' ,ull- 11 . 5 , g ' xv f x . - 1' 2 I :D P x 111' . . o .ll, ' l -s "Duk1'g" . 1 l .' ik. ,xi , , . , 5 the f ': I '.ll " "ll," l 'N . .' ' 'ff ' l the as that ot 1 t' . 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' , X 41 H . , , . .Z ' JOHN EARL REED Reed Oberhn P L A Xlllll9tLI'l"l 'XSSOCIJ tlon Blue Lxterarx Soclety Seldom ean we thoroughly Judge a man bv hrs looks Appearances de cene Us says an olcl proverb Stnl there are OCCEISIOIIS when It 1s xmpos s1ble to End a chrfercnce between the looks and traxts ot a person For lll one looks at Earl s face hls character one can that his plerclng eyes courage hls wide fole h1s mtelhgence and h1s hls open heartedness In spxte of these great quahtles of hls Reed possesses the lmperfec tlons that are common among hu mans for he could not be so perfeet as that one whose dlV1l1C doctrines he does and always w1ll follow Good luck to you Reed stance when and studles reachly find s xor of 'ns head tells of smlle shows GEORGE WILLIAM REAM George Mr Ream Johnstown Pa X XI C A Red Llterary SOClCty Presulent Atthletle Assocmtxon Football Manager 1 Druld pledge George IS another of Johnstown s stalvxart sons Last year George was one ofthe soclal llons but th1s ar has Qllltttll down a George had 1 great D1ehl ot girls ln town last year At present he IS expressing hls heart toward johns tovxn George lg gout' to take up Art as h1s career and from h1s work wlnch we have seen around here he surely wlll be a successful artlst Georfe xs qtnte a n1us1c1an also and has often entertamecl us on lns N1Ollll VX hen xou gaze upon h1S hkeness you vull be remlndecl of The Thmker George ns SLTIOUQ 1n all hrs xxork and we NVIN hnn all the suceess as a IllCIl1lM,I' of Page 1,1 ll 17 ll Y! , . . ., , . . . . 21, ,,, - ...., . ln- A . . , Y . u- n ye' he -- blt. 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N LY llljl' xou luck H mrolrl RALPH CONRAD SLOOP Shorty Sloopy Bloom X a 'X C A XlllllQtCI'1.1l AQSOCIA tlOll PI't'9lKlCIlt Blue Llterary So C1 1 I Blue I1terar5 Some I1 otball isle tl all Shortx 19 1 1er5 lalllllldl' hgure eltller ten IUIIIUICS late' gfllllg to sup per 111 lmeelroenn shppers or llllI'I'N1Ilf, t take 1 shoxxer at the tue 111111 e bell But tlns young V1rg1111an 19 not slow 111 exerxtlnng 111th tl1e lad es l1e has tl1e opposne I'CDlltZ1llOIl H IS a loxal supporter of tl1e Ixlu Klux Ixlan of the first floor anel 1s alwau Oll hand to render ald at somebodx elses expense He has already acluexed fame 111 atl1let1cs Wll'll'l1l'1g' both a place on the xarslty football anel basketball team H1s ann 111 hfe IS to become a m1n1ster and no doubt he w1ll be a good one The class O1 '22 vushes llllll every success and hapmness Page 1,2 HAROLD SIMONS Har Brlelgeport Conn AClXCI'tlSlll2,' Manager of Osoga Reel L1terary SOCICIQ Basketball Scrubs 22 OIIC upo11 g'3Zlllg upon thlS br1ght countenance cannot fa1l to reallze that ltS ovxner must l1kew1se b br1ght But when one studles the character of thls affable 111el111elual more thoroughlx anel more COIIQCI Cl'ltl0llilX one also hnels l11n1 a most actne llllll-Zftlll. and busmess 1 e mernber of our class For wl1o could surpass lllN efficmncx 111 Cll9CL19SlllP COIINIIICIIIR' and haung tlungs lllN emu max or l11s cacoethes loquen ll Noboelx Xot VlltllOl1t benu. sxfe after kllOVSlllg' that he 1ntenels to become a lavuer can we say therefore tl11t he vnll be another Rockefeller 011 account of l11s bllil ness 1 e character anc anotle. ler1cles on account of the persua sneness of lIIS speech Here IS xush ll II Illia!!! , . . 3 'z Y . .N . .Y. , I . 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X 1 . 5 WILLIAM ERNEST STUBY B Stuby Xl C A Vl1111ster1alAssoe1a 11011 Red L1terary SOCICIY btubv comes from Saxton Bed tord county but regardless of the e111a111t11ess and old fashlonednes XNIIICII lb U'3KIltIOIlHIIy eharacter1st1e oftl11s county we hnd Stuby 111 no hav seed frame of llllllil He rather resents the fallae1o11s order of l1v111g and workmg Stuby attended Ur s11111s last year Illlt ev1dently was IIOY satlsfled wlth h1s SCI'lOI3.StlC e11r r1culum so he entered the Academy 111 a whole hearted Slllflt H15 bon IIOIIIIC has already VVOII I'III"ll many close fI'l6l1CIS Th1s stalwart youth h s not vet been captwated by the fa1r sex but we must make allow ance for our knowledve of h1s past VVe DI'LlllCt a successful career fo Stuby 111 the m1111stry m future sears 'Stuby you have our cap tat1o benexolenhae HENRY PHILIP SMITH Henry Smith Baltnnore Mel Blue LIILYHFY Socuety Football bnnthv whose lovely eounte ee I re you see 19 one of 1 r best 11atured st dents He 1 Illll as they say the Illggll' tl1ey xre It 1 rder they fall IS best 1 Illlll to be on the lookout for some l1ttle g1rl w1ll get l11n1 yet Rece11t1y he has been the rec1p1ent of numerous n111k letters VVe otten wondered why he went home for week ends Illlt IIONV we know As football player l1e turned out to be one of o11r best guards He has not fllIIy dec1dec1 1111011 h1s llfes xoeat1o11 but from a1l IIIIIILHIIOIIN he may tur11 out to be 1 mano moxer Our tondest remem brances go VKIIII l11m Page 58 ll .li ll ' yy! , . - " I '-15 '.z:. -1' ' 'Y I. V, - 1, ' I . nan' me 1 , , , - DLI V- - : ll ' ' IS bg. 1 1 1 -v tt x ' n f u . A, 1 tl- la ' ,' It 3 t' fur . h ' ,Q . E - 5 . , - . . ".' . ,Q 'V N . 3 w ' B- v 4 2 vx I 1 nh' I - e l I ll ill.1l U .ii Saxton, Pa. Y. 1'. ., .3 . ' ' ' " - , . tt- as , ' , . ' ' ' A- ' . ' 1 V, ' " r" ' . 1. -Qlx u V h ' , , I I ' tt K n I - .' . 1 ' , t . . , ' I -v , 1 . v v .. . 4, - a: V ' ' .1 - H , - v 1 2 . 1 , . . , E .- ,- V 1 ,H .4 - ' 7 1 I . Y . ,, CLARENCE LEROY SWARTZ Swartzie nttx Nlilll g L1 lltt. 1 S6311 ms nu X SDCLCI 1 nxer Menu le golcl ILNC' worm 1111 lllCl0UlJlEfllX great f.1Qe111at111g Doxxcr for our 1r1e11cl Swartz1e, for he menu to Qpeak to recene mlxer or 1tQ equnalult and to abQta111 from fillklllg 111 order to make lllw 5ll6IlC a most xaluable tl1111,q If tl1lS 15 true as we all bellexe of our frxend It 1S moet llkelx that as he beeomee a HIIHIICICI' he 111ll 3CCOITlDll5l1 tl1e xers beet of lll9 clturu LlkC the reet of u Swartzn hae il.lCClllllllCll to the VSIILQ of the fe111111111e sex HIS 111ter eQt seems to be l1e.1clul toward L1t tlestovxn We know wl1o Qlle IS for ue hate alreadx n1et her If t1me perm1tQ Swartz1e expectQ to enter Getty Qburg College Tl1e Clase vushee wou suceesQ and l1app111esQ Pane 94 ISAAC MOSSOP STUDHOLM e Mossop XVICOIIIGCO Pa Red Llterarx SOClCty Football SCI'lllJ5 22 Qllltt u11asf.11111111g but 11exertl1e lux 111dustr10uQ has been tl1e gen eral attltude of tl11s member of our clam E1 e11 though lle has been Vtltll 110 years me C'1ll ,ax wry 1 11. 'zbout l11Q matr1111o111al aQp1rat1o11Q cxcent that ilu has alreadx been here to pax l11111 a 11Q1t YK l1ere :be e 1111 from ue do not knosx Some one has alS0 cl11 nrtul lub attc11t1o11x lou 1rcl Wasl1111g'to11 Qt Let but lt It N N e max e lkt 14 part1c11l1rlx fond ot 1111 114 IIVIIILN 11111 Ill IX In often touncl xxorlx lllg 1111g111alN for lro Iewtllerx 1 cxnets to JL an t11g111e r H 11N r N cere cl Xue N sneeus l Ulk ,P ll II J ' 'z 1 y 5 V ' , Y - ust' 1 . - . rj '-A1l'1t'- tx , B L1 ll! L Y xp, ,- 1 Q V B . , '4 K A 'z " 3 ' , rf , ' 1'- will llf tell 11: wl1o111 ":l1 " M' b '. " '. ' 1 g ' .1 -- ' ' f... lx -'1e. cl.x 011 S111 an l1e:11'ty '..llCf for ll U Y! KV ' , I.. XVI' - l.lIL'I'Z!l'j' Socictyg Pai l'll ,2I, '12, Itl':l--1:airl:".' -l 's:'l' , . Tl ' lilo- 1 ' a - A v, -- .1 , - .1 5 . . V 5 .: N. S" 1. ' -I-f C , ' LL v V' VY ' to xou Ill xour future work MOSAICHI WADA Wada SllIlllj0:lll Japan XX lute Lxterarg Socmty XX ada was not Xtltll Us at the bt ummg of thc yur He Jomcd us tfttr LllI'lStIll s COIIllllg from the Land of the bettxng bun We all lU1l'llCCl13tCly became lntcrested 111 tlus small chap especlally when he show ed us what he could do 1n the way of Jlll JltSl11 The Ellg'llSll language was a b1t hard for hnn to master 'tt first b11t llc soon learned to express hnn self clearly He IS liked by excry ont as 1s shown by the llltLl'L9f.Ctl crowd Wl'llCl'l gathers about hlm Wada has been the rec1p1ent o many sweet Scented letteus whlch came to hlm from Japan Evidently Wada has weakened to the w1les of some malden That IS just natural Wada has a l:l11aI1Cl3.l 3ITllJltl0I1 and lntends to enter Gettysburg College Some day he w1ll be the Rockefel lcr of Japan We wlsh hxm success CLARENCE MONROE SWINN Swmn Newxllle Pa H M C A M1n1ster1al ASSOC13. txon Blue Lxterary Soc1cty Swmn 19 a sery ll1tlllStI'l0l1S and Lncrgetlc young man nevcr puttxng oif untll tomorrow what he can do to fav He sonmetnnts prcparcs lns ltssons a weak 111 tdxance Wo one CIllC.bll0lli lns formcr occupahon af seemg h1s skull displayed Ill lllllilllllg a snow shox cl On account 0 an a tempt It fu Slllg ll1NtL'it of gontg to church Swmn I'LCClXCLl hu demerxts ls '1 rux 1rd and IIIIIIIC, dlatelx dccldnd th tt lt would bc s1fc1 back ln the countrx out ot slght ot ro s Ht saxs th tt country lassc-1 trc unsurpassed by clty lasses my stuc ent we feel sure that he 145 prospects tor 1 good tuturc 51111111 expects to enttr hettx sburg Lolltgc and Semmary to DFLIYITL for thc Illllllillfy Good luck 'tnd best 111s ns Page . 1 - ll ' 17 , C . . . . - : ' - ,, . ,, . r Y . 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' ' 45 Pezg Class Poem P01 tvyo long yeals vse ye vsalted Our dlplomas to FQCGIXE But non as Sen1o1s rated VVe pause befoxe we leaye P01 noyy the tlme is here Fo bld G A good bye fhough ITIQYTICJFIGS of pxst years And sadness dlm the eye how yylule ue ale lelymg the Academy Comes to us ag un the Call Eyer beal all tloubles nobly Neyer let our st lllddld fall We the yn earels of the olange and blue ar gomg And to you th1S toast ue g1V6 Here s to our headmastel and professors 'lo vxhom we vslsh all yoys And hele s to the students To 111 the glrls md boys 'NI IX xll succeedmg classes of old G A Bllllg he1 honol fame and gloly And the prestxge of her name Be a newer endmg story As we the class of nmeteen twenty tyno Leave the bl11ld1HgQ of Gettysburg Academy We lefne vuth vou best vushes And bld vou all Cood bye A K D' 1 v- v f aw v 7' y ' A n. A Y K 1 1 -K . V , , 4 7 . .' . V ' - V , . . , Y ' Y f 2. 7 f Il iv ' ' C . .. y , ,Y v v ' v . 1 . v' , v C .7 ' '1 va I. l I A L K c -A , . . , , ' v v . 1 . 1 v 77 x C n ' , . Q v .1 I N v . 1 V ' K r it , I 1 1 N 1 . . U, ., ' v v v'w 4 ' 7 . . 1 . , 1 ,1 v W . ., I . YI V1 L . c L-'- l Y! 1 - 4 ww W A Cy C A Ls L 1 I 1. 1 O I ivy y v n e , - ' K nu ' ' - 1- 1 , e- , ' 1 f V Y N' L. YL ' u as 0 I - ' . r Semor Class H1story Our ch1ef a1m durmg our two years IH Gettysburg Academy has been to pursue our studles and to complete our work satls factorlly Every one has done hls best and the many names on the Honor Roll show proof of our success We are proud of our record There 1S perhaps no one IH the class who has not at some tlme durmg the past two years murmured or even rebelled agalnst the work YVh1Cl'l we have recelved but wh1ch one of us yy ould be w1ll1ng to sacrifice the results of thls work? We have been dlllgent Thls dlllgence demanded a reactlon wh1ch we found lll the secondary interest of our class Wlth the vantage po1nt of SBHIOFS we look back Wlth amusement prlde and sat lsfactlon upon the past two years Most of our class members entered Gettysburg Academy 1n the Fall of 1920 There are sever 11 ln the class who entered the year before and have been here three years We left our re spect1ve homes comlng to Gettysburg to a strange place to a place vyhlch most of us had never seen before The rules wh1ch yye lmmedlately had to l1ve up to the strangeness of the bulld 1ngs and above all the many strange neva faces almost made us tremble at first However we soon became acquamted and wlth the help of the klnd professors we soon learned to like Gettys burg Academy and 1n fact the ent1re tovyn The year soon sped by and when the last day of school 1n June came we were re luctant to leave We b1d good bye to our many new frlends ex pressmg wishes to see them agam IH the comlng F 111 On September 21 when school reopened we found most of the Senlor members had returned Ten new students enrolled as Senlors brlnglng the total to thlrtv five Deslrxng to make thlg a successful year ln the Way of organlzatlon the class lmme d1ately got together and elected the followlng class officers Raymond E Agnew presldent Bemamm F Hoffman v1ce pre sldent Raymond E Doyle secretary and treasurer Another meetlng was held at wh1ch tlme the class rlng was declded upon At the same meetmg the class declded to publish the Osoga the fourth ISSUQ of the Academy year book The staff was selected and has worked dlllgently to make thls the best publlca Page 1,7 0 e L- - c L L L L. . 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L 7 ! r t1on of the Osoga that has ever been put out by any prevlous Clase After Chustmae our Clase lncreaeed ln numbel xx hen four ad Cllt10llHl students 1o1ned us Unfoltunately D Wayne VVh1te a membel of ou1 Claes was QQIIOUQIQ hurt IU a football game and xx '1s fomed to drop out of echool for the reet of the xear Our nnal total tlase memberehlp remalned thntx elght the largest to gladuate f1om Gettvebulg Acxdemy Ou1 claw hae manlfested much enthuerwm 1n Athletlce G601g6 Ream xx ae elected football managel Challee Kllngler basketball managel and F1ede11e Fllbert baseball managel Foulteen men out fo1 football xxele QSHIOIS The X2l1QltV bas ketball team xx is composed entlrelx of SQHIOIQ IS xx ell is m xnx of the Qcrube The baseball te xm D1 omlses to be xx ell leplesented bx qenlors The Senlor class hms been prominent Ill SOCl1l fUllLl,10I'lS Both cl 1ss membels Th1e X811 has been fx declded success from ex e1x stand polnt to us Onlx one mo1e lmpoltxnt ex ent lem uns 1ece1x1ng ou1 dlplomas -Xftel that tlflle xxe ehall be enlolled among the alumnl -Xs xxe go xxe extend to the fmultx our app1et11t1on fo1 the asslstance thex hxxe glxen us We shall not tolget then pa1t lll mxkmg ou1 xxolk lntexestlng, md lnspnlng The txxo yeals ot 'XCdCl6lTl1C llte h xxe been ple ls xnt ones VVe ale gl ld fo1 the nexx acqualntlnces and knoxxledge xx l'llCl1 xxe h 1xe guned Max ou1 daxb spent hele help us face the future 111 a blggel better and brlghter xxfmx and max xxe remaln t1ue to 22 and to Efiee quam v1der1 C A K H1St0F13H Page -L8 1' v x ' . ' A , - . . . . . , . . Y 1 . . 1 1 4 . . . 1 .. A , . . , A ' A f A' y ' . , . . r YC Aw I I A A ty A A A A c " , A V A, C e AA A C A A,- 1 7 1: 1 . c A , A , 1: 1 Q. 5 . 1 c A , , A . 1 1 v 1 . 11 v 1 - lx Lp A .I ' ' N ' 1 1 v 1 v - 'z .' f 3 j . ,, z . 2. z V i W 1 A 1 ' 1 rv v 1 1 1 A A A A C A A A tv K A'f . , 4 1 1 A 1 1 . . 1 .4 A . Y C A A I A A C A A the blg dances of the year were under the supervlslon of SCIUOI' . , W C A A A 4 I v 1 , 1 . 1 x v 1 v -1 1 . A N' c A c . A. .V A N v 1 I 1 1 v 1 5 I w n 1 ' 7- 1 - A . U c 1 A , . rj. A 1 C y V A C I I . v V A Y I 2 . , . - Q2 ' 1 WY' 1 1 I V 4 ' . V x 1 1 1 . 1 1 ' A A A K C A Q A C 2 1 v 1 V I 1 nw r 2 hu I 1. . v 'stu - " ' " 2 ' :sz ' 2 ' ' I a - 2 Ax v V . A ' 2 y R ' . 1 tv 1 f v w 1 1 1 4 ' , ' 1 A nf k " 9 5 ' I 1 vt . , , ' - 7 U K K ' ' 93 The Songs We Slng Let Me Dream Sleepy Leav1tt Long Boy Cus llflsenfuss Id Love to Fall Asleep Crlder ln Physlcs Brlght Eyes Frank B Hoffman Oh How I Hate to Cet up ln the Mormng Gob Haxe A Healt The Faculty I Hate to Lose You CICGIO Pony The Vamp Ann 1 B xker Tell Me Why Qh"l1lQS Shlelds ls ilu ay-. so blue Slow And Easy llutchlson Moto Perpetuo Halold S1mons Take Me To Th xt Land of Jazz Charles Leach Im Always Ch xsmg Rfunbous Harold Rlnehart Hunger Im Always Ffmlllng ln Loxe Gus Hasenfuss and Chuck Karnak at the tlble I Need You Bettel M xrks Im Groulng WVearx of You Demer1ts That s Whele My Nloney Goes Geo1 ge Ream If Im Not At The Roll Call Dont mark me absent Smlles Owen Kmg' Cue Me The Sultan s ll lrem Charles Kfmrn 1k I Hate To Crow Older Alan Kershner A1n t We Got Fun Armstrong and Fllbert Take Me Back To Carollne Gustav Hasenfuss I Lowe The Ladles Charles Karnak Page 49 1 u I sy an w H K ' A T L . 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La ' s as , ' T L . 44 ' at K6 , ' ,ya Class Prophesy There beyond that sometlmes unsurmountable mountam of obstacles across that often perllous current of 1uven1le passlons 1n that lmpregnable fortress bullt up by success the frult of ambltlon study and work we CHon Rlchard Kloss now a tactful and most worthy representatlve of the U S government 1n MEXICO Clty and Sr A E de los Monteros a promlnent ex porter and lmporterj have often fancled ln our remlnlscences of the past of the rest of the class of 22 One balmy evenlng on the 20th of May 1942 haung finlshed a late afternoon game of golf we were s1tt1ng 1n the dravylng room of the Internatlonal Country Club on the outsklrts of the C1tX Creat vsas our consternatlon and dlsmay upon readlng Ill our forwarded copy of the Gettysburglan that recently the Maln Bulldlng at the old Academy has been accidently set on fire by the yely young son of Kenneth Barclay the C0l'l9t1'UCt1011 englneel 1n the Hanley Paxge Aeroplane Plant at Smnamahon 1ng of hlS bed by means of the shocklng machlne of h1S own 1n ventlon when the WIFQQ becommg crossed 1n the closet ln some wav or other set fire to h1s clothes and thus started the whole bulldmg up IH the smoke Evervthlng was lost but the llves of the students vyhlch were fortunatelv saved by the lngenultv and actlx eness of Rey Raymond Agnew the actual head master of the Academy and also of Ry le Martz professor of maths 1n the same Academy both occupylng these honorable posltlons slnce Doctor Huber and Prof Leathers were appolnted presldent and professor of hlgher Maths respectlvely 1n old Penna College As we flmshed readlng these sad tldlngs and as many fond remembrances of the old bulldlng and the pleasures assoclated Wlth It came to our mlnds vse were filled wlth deepest of regret and Wlth a great deslre to 1n someway make good the loss For some txme we had been contemplatlng a trlp to the States as a vacatlon when one mornlng IH the early a1r post we were more pleased to recelve requests from the loyal Secretary of the class of 22 Mr Raymond In Doyle now the competent presl dent of the Iohnstown Flood Insurance Co to attend on the first of June a class reunlon at the neva ten story Hotel Motter l 1 0 7 . . , . l S, as . lt s K ' , ' Q y v 'Q' 1 ' D 1 . . . Y . ,- , . . . , Y ll 99 I 7 7 7 7. . r M v ' . Y. I 7 K K . .K . . . KK ' 77 . . . C J L . Y y v Q v ' v . , . ing, Pa. The youngster was attempting to forestall the "dump- '7 ! K v V . V K . .V . ' 7 -L 'I v, - cv! ' V 1 ' D . , . , . ., I , . . 1 . 7 . . . 7 . Y 7 K . . . , K v 'v " y ll 77 1 ' as , . . , ' . . ., ' , u n ' r 'age' 5 Gettysburg Pa owned and managed by no other than our friend Allen M Kershner who had generously UD offered his hotel as an assembling place for the reunion The purpose of this meet ing was not to kindle anew the fires of friendship but to see what we could possibly do to build up again the badly crippled Academy How satisfying it lb to belong to a class whose mem bers as a whole have kept through 'ill these long years the old spirit and have faithfully upheld the motto of the class of 22 After bidding farewell to our wives and ch ldren we took pas sage on one of the swift Buenos Aires New York dirlglbles leav ing Mexico City at 7 A M the next stop being New Orleans at 11 we decided to v1ew the scenery in the llght of the dazzling tropical sun Altho we were accustomed to viewing from the air all sorts of beautiful scenes such as the sunllt glaclers of the Alps O1 the water falls of Belgaln Congo this particular one ex cited our admlration far beyond expectation Coming around to the rear platform our attention was attracted by a very short individual who tho heavily clad in an electrlcally heated aviation was our surprise and pleasure to find that the short fellow was Mr William Leavitt himself who having also received the sum mons had not stopped at anything in order to attend the meet mg and had therefore taken the first d1r1g1ble of the New York Buenos Aires Aerial Lines Co for which company he worked as general manager of its interests in South America For all the ensuing hours of the day we three were together at first talking about our experiences travels and adventures and then as the obiect of our trip was recalled to our minds bv the growing certainty that every second was shortenmg the distance betvs een us and our destination we began to meditate ln silent contemplation The hour was propltlous and so we decided to retire to our sleeplng compartments 1n pursuit of meditation s friend silence Farther into the night we were awakened by a sinking sen sation which we thought must be the stop at New Orleans This thought was confirmed when we heard voices of people getting on and off Above the rest of them a very harsh voice was heard Wlth llttle or no difficulty we were able to recognize the voice as that of another of the old gang Henry P Smith The temptation was too great not to get up to shake hands with him Pg 51 7 '7 ' . . , . . vo n .A . ' I 1 4 C an ' . . 4: 1 K I L , ' ' ' at 77 A C x 1 . . . i - - v . 4 4 . . . ., ' L. C I 1 ' ki, S I . nw V 1 - 1 1 , ' - 7 suit, seemed familiar to our sight. As we approached him, great 0 y - , - y -- 'Y ' l 7 L 7 7 1 ' Q. 7 . . . . . 7 ' v . . . . . . , , - , . ' 9 . , . . fl 6 as we heard h1m approachmg our compartment Consequently we went out ln the a1sle to shake hands Wlth hlm But lo and be hold' we ran 1nto a double greetmg for Wlth Smlthy was an othel alumnus of 22 Mr Charles Leach Belng late as It was we all declded to ret11e and swap yarns the followmg day R1s1ng early the next mornmg we were anxlous to learn more partlculars about our old fuends We dlrected our steps to thelr compartment and were not ln the least surprlsed to find them stlll 1n bed a custom to Wh1Ch they stlll clung ever smce the good old days of G A l1fe It d1d not take us a long tlme to learn what thelr respectlye posltlons 1n l1fe were Henry P Smlth was a sugar plantatlon owner IH MlSSlSS1ppl flt had to be some thmg sweet or else he would not have bxttenj Shortle '1 re presentatlve of the MISS Levee Constructlon Co had been h1red by Smlthy to wall h1S slde of the rlyer fo1 Hemy d1d not deem the plotectlon affoxded by the Johnstown Flood Insulance Co suflicxent to cover flood damages They were both happy whlch fact was due to thelr full purses and thelr extensne famllles for whlch we were IOWOUS to extend our congratulatlons Hasenfuss the leadlng manufacturer Qproducerj of sportmg goods ln the Mlddle West Wesley Parry a wealthy chemlcal manufacturer 'md 1+ red Fllbert 1udge of the Supreme Court of that State happened to board the same d1r1g1ble on the same mlsslon Soon we were above the now beautlful and smokeless CltV of Plttsburg Cus Informed us that Ralph Sloop a most eloquent preacher who had converted many a wayward youth by his mfluentlal and fluent speech Thomas Armstrong head of the Chamber of Commerce and Charles Klmglel also an emlnent expounder of the truths of the Blble had taken up thelr reslden ces 1n that clty or 1tS v1c1n1ty We all heartlly W1Shed to see the aforesald frlends but as the dlrlglble had one delav already IH foresight ln a speclal stop at lla rlsburg we had to content our selves by looklng forward to the cherlshed ldea of the reunlon On the afternoon of the thlrty first of May we allghted and dlsembarked from the d1r1g1ble ln llarrlsburg On that same af ternoon we took the bullet for Gettysburg arrlvlng there as usual at 7 10 P M On the traln We bought a June copy of the Cr1t1c edlted by Norman B Creenwood that celebrated pro P652 . . , . , , - I . . t . ,, . ,, - , as rv ' ' , 7 ' ' Y Y - - , ca , n ' Y V . . . . . 7 . . , . 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I , - 09 ducer of many perlodlcals On the cover there was a copy of the famous palnter George Ream s masterplece The Up To Date Vamp We had before heard of th1s palntmg but had not had the pleasure of admlrlng thls perfect graphlcal cr1t1c1sm of the woman of our day Upon lookmg over the contents we found an artxcle on Wlreless Intercourse wlth Mars the subject belng suliiclent to show the trend of thought of lts author Marshall Ilall Just as we finlshed commentlng upon the Cr1t1c who should come down the 'usle but John R1neh'1rt" After ewchang 1ng greetings he lnfolmed us that he was the managex of the P1ttsbu1g P1rates and had barely managed to get off for two davs to attend the reumon It was about SIX thlrts when the rough volce of the conductor was heard calll ig out Sw artsvllle Thls statlon was a new one to us and we soon found out that about ten years before Clarence Swartz had settled here to put to practlce h1s sclentlfic knowledge about farmlng We arrlved 1n Gettysburg on tlme The Gettysburg lvlng be fore our eyes was not the same as the one whlch we had left square and above all the towerlng new hotel Motter met our wonderlng gaze We dlrected our steps towards thls hotel The first person to greet us as we entered the lobby Was Allen Kersh ner hlmself Behlnd hlm we saw a long llne of grlnmng faces and Shlny bald heads belonglng to varlous members of our class such as Owen Klng Nelson Crlder Ph1l1p Hutchlson Charles Karnak Harold Slmons and Kmgsley Hunger We w ere glad to shake hands w1th all of them and to learn from each one hls posltlon IH l1fe Owen Kmg and Isaac Studholm were partners IH a gold mlnlng concern ln Alaska As the presence of at least one of them was requlred Ike had to stay ln Alaska to look after thelr buslness Nels and Hutch were the englneers IH charge of the upkeep of the Panama Canal Chuck Karnak had become the favorlte photographer of the New York soclety Har Slmons wlth two of h1s brothers had formed the most successful body of lawyers 1n the Amerlcan metropolls And finally Gob told us that he had succeeded IH hls galenlc career Durlng the nlght and early IH the followlng mornlng the rest of the class arrlved wlth the exceptlon of Wada who as treas urer of the Japanese Repubhc could not leave h1s post PJ 53 ' . 7 ' , fi r - ' ' ' ,, . . . 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U46 The reunion DIODGI was commenced by a dinner in the ban quet hall piesided over by Rev Agnew who ln a most eloquent speech appealed to us for suggestions for the iebuildlng of the Academy His appeal was met with enthusiastic responses Rev Baker the successor to the late Rev J B Baker of Gettys burg pioposed that since the lnstltution was Lutheran it was altogethei fitting and proper for the preachers to raise funds in the11 respective churches This motion w as unanimously seconded bx all the other disciples of Christ Rev s Keller and Reed of Haiiisburg Shields of Baltimore being included While this pmposition was accepted by the Rewerends another was made by D05 le who claimed that the 1est of us w ere willing to orial to ou1 class The first to endorse this pioposltion were the feminine members of the meeting Miss Bakei now a congress woman and Miss Aspei the Dean of Penn Hall School for Guls at Chambersburg All the others followed suit and soon enough money was subscribed foi a fine new main building Befole adiourning when the sad thought that we had to lefwe ou1 good friends was already present in our minds and w hen each of us w as piepaling to bid and receive pelhaps the last good bi es to md fiom those deal friends we all sang the old G X hsmn aftei whlch we depaited cauymg along with us sw eet lemembiances of the reunion Page I4 y H l . , 7 I A a , A K 4 0 xx 0 o n y ' , l n S l L 1 . 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V. 5 Who s Who III the Class Most popular g1rl MISS Aspel Most popular box Gob Hunger Done most tor the sehool The Co eds Q PJ Best natured person Parry Createst bluffer Charles Le xch C reatest sport Klng Lflzlest person Leax ltt Person xx 1th the bxggest pull R Doyle Best slnger Marta The d17Z1est T Armstrong The tallest man Hasenfuss The sholtest man W ldfx The smallest box Kershner Our modern 1nvento1 K Barclay Stoutest E Baker BI.lQlQ'it man Karnak Barber s best customer Smlth Createst fusser E B-xker Hfxndsomest man Doyle Class altlst Re xm Best dancer Il xll QLll6t8Qt Sw xrtr The sllllest '1 Armstrong Bxggest grouch C reenxx ood WVorse t xlker ll S1I'fl0IIs Nexv Senlor Stubx Flxrt A Blker F1Shl0H plxte Optlml t Hunger P9QS1mlSt Shlelds Blggest Fund Qhxelds Nomest II xsenfuss Qamtlx Kllngler Woman hater K-11 nfxk Loudest tle Leach Best class supporter Shlelds Blggest eater R C Sloop The reddest halr Martz P606 55 , u C n C r KK 77 . C . 14 ' - - ' I 1 4 r s o k C 1 wi . 1 N P L. 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Pane tm Jun ors DlLNlll6Ilt x un p1ew1dent L let in utx 1 1 d st 1 x h g uhut wx h gzeenheld 1 hec el h l hoffmdn h d Clasq R011 1925 ymgst 1 l h l huknl 1 du h d hoffmfm 1 I muxselmm 11 e Obflell xx c pot 91 h b nr 111 I txte L w w xldman 4 Wehler r h 7 L vxhvl n-aa.1..--..-..a..-.-.---..-....n...-- a u X I k i " 'A ' ................................... r. . rst we 'K z ................................... . . 1 roll ally ' '. c. leh ', c. eau", . e. 2 , I - - dur: , '. 1. ' ' . '. . fox, , jr. t . . eg ' 2 ', ', , ra la , 1. 21. f ' ' , 2, 2 , '. V. -k , , , '2 - , - . Q. . y Q 1 7 ' ' s , z. . zum nv -p Page Athleucs Sumnnng up the fxthletle eyents of the year ue are ple xsed to leport 21 very successful year although we were greatly handl capped by the loss of one of the most promlslng football players yy hlch app lrently yy as destxned to be an 1ITlITl6'1bLl1'1bl9 loss But 1n splte of thls loss the 19SllltS yy ere mdeed grfxtlfymg Wlth the student body ot less th tn one hundred students 1nd yy 1th a number of the stal plu elm of the preylous yeal hfmvmg been lost through g'1"lClLl?ltlOI1 the outlook fol 1 successful year was by no means promlslng but the new men who have en str lted to us th tt thele ue xlvs IX s othels who Q mn flll the rmks 1nd y IL 1111.168 wxth equ 11 honol 1nd 1b1l1ty of then predetessms fhe athletes thls ye'1r deserve much C19Cllt fo1 then sp111t and Cl6t8l'IT11H 1t1on and haye tertfunly been faithful to thelr school Ttkmg mto cons1de11t1on the numbel of ff1tf1l1t1es the dlfli tultxes under yyhlch the events yy ere undertaken we feel sure th mt the zthletxe deputment of the school hxs been 1 mfuked suetese R E D Page 71 . C ' 2 ' ' ' Q ' , ' 2 2 ' 2 2 2 U2 K. S c , , , I tv '- I SS K- ' 1' ki , ' ' - 2 '2s : ' 2 ' 2 s '2 l S . ' .Ll sul, Q S sw V l K . . . ' A Q V' ' 2 .' S, 2 2' L1 . . 2 V2 . 2 ' ,' s V2 2 . K ' Q '2 ' , '2 . .2 ' ' : ' 2 s , ' - rolled this year and the underclassmen of last year have demon- .1 2 J 2 ' 2 ' 2 '2 2 ' 2 2 '2 -2 -' s ' 2 '2 2 ' ' ' " ' ' K 'S 2 K S . . ' . ' . A ' 1' ' 2 ' , 2 f - 2' j 2' ' Q . 2 . . z 12 . , C C . . . Q - I 1 y ' 1 S v C 2 , v Lv 2 2 ' ' 2 ' ' 2: 2 2 2 ' l I L I 11" 'I T Footba Football Captain Glenn Williams Manager George W Ream Coach George Dulebohn The outlook for '1 successful football season was far more promlslng than It had been for several years and every lndlca tlon helped to convince us that we would have a team that would cause our worthy rlvals much anxiety The first game proved to us that we had not under rated our team when they tied the Waynesboro Hlgh team who expected to defeat us this year as they had done 1n the past few years There IS no doubt that we would have won th1S game had lt not been for the late opening of school and thus only a xx eek of practice before the game We Won the second game from Hagerstown High w 1th ease but suffered a severe loss in thls game when our rehable and star fullback Wax ne VVh1te sustained a broken collar bone and shoulder blade The loss of thls dependable player shattered lost for the team was st1ll sufferlng from th1s loss The fourth game Wlth Frederick Hlgh was renewed mth more courage but the game ended 1n a t1e In this game Cap taln Wllllams dlsplayed some of his speed and carrled the ball across the line for our only touchdown The score was 6 0 IH the last quarter and only a few minutes to play the game ap peared to be another vlctory but ln the last few mlnutes of play someone falled to close a gap 1n the line and one of the opposing team raced across the line wlth the ball that tied the score For tunately the goal was not kicked The fifth game was lost to F 8a M Academy but thls was due to our badly crlppled team The next game with Harrlsburg Academy was won wlthout much difliculty In this game Hasenfuss played hlS best game of the year maklng two touchdowns and klcklng all four field goals Williams McNaul and Ilutchlson also starred IH this game Pag '73 C A L x A C C . K , 1 . . - A C ' r . , . , K 7 ' . 1 . 7. 1 W , K Y . ' ! V 7 our hopes somewhat. The next game with Lancaster High was 1 . . . V . 3 Q Y K 9 . . , 7 I , V . K . . C The last game played with Gettysburg High was one of the most exciting and interesting games of the season From the beginning we had the edge on them Shortly after the kickoff the Academy received the ball and raced down the field for a touchdown Captain Williams carrylng the ball In the second quarter an intercepted pass by Oyler tied the score Time after time our team penetrated the High line and several times came within a yard or two of their goal l1ne only to be penalized re peatedly Practically the entire game was play ed on the High School s territory and the game ended vsith our team having the ball on the Highs two yard line In this game practically every one of the Academy, players play ed with the best that was in them and iustly deserve much credit for thelr efforts The playing of Captain Williams McNaul and Hutchison IQ worthy of mention player faced each contest White star fullback played sensa tional football in the first two games but his 1n1ury kept him out of the remaining games The entire backfield Williams McNaul Hutchison and Agnevs played stellar football through out the season Hassenfuss and Armstrong ends both played a super1o1 brand of football Flchtner our husky right tackle was a hard fighter Osterlund left tackle played a good game throughout Sloop and Hoffman guards were always on hand with plenty of fight Wood showed his ablllty as a center un questlonably Smith Parry and King played 1n only a few games but showed plenty of pep Although we suffered a great loss we are nevertheless pleased with the results and we feel vse were not disappointed in believ 1ng that we would have a successful football season Two games won three tied and two lost tells the story of our Football year P904 Y 7 ' I , . , . , - , . Y Y. . 7 . , v . . . v ' 7 Y Y Y . Y , . Too much cannot be said of the gameness with which each 'S - ' 1 7 ' . . M . y . . , . Y - 9 N 7 . - . , , . 4 . . , V . , ' 7 3 ' ! ? . . Y . . ' Y 9 y .... - J . 7 't Y ' a 7' C Wllllams Q B Cxpt W Whlte F B R McNaul F B P IllltCh1S0ll L ll B R Agnew R II B ll Smlth R C' Octobel Octobe1 Octobel October October Football Team Obtelluncl L Kmg R G Hfmeentuas R Flchtner R llollrnxn Wood Centel Football Schedule 1 Way nesbolo lhgh School Home 8 Ilagemtown Hlgh School Home 1 L'1nc1ste1 lhgh School Lancaster Z Frederlck lllgh School Home 9 F Sz M Academy Lancaster November 5 Harrlsburg Academy Home Not ember 11 Gettysburg ll S Getty 'sburg H1gh Fleld Pu 1. ' " .', . . 'z . R. ' ' , . T. . ' , . . O. ' , . . . , . . G. . ' ' . , . E. . , . F . . A. ' , . T. . ' ,... F. ' z , R. G. W. Parry, Q. B.-L. E. R. Sloop, L. G. ' , . 1. R. , ' ' 5 '. 'as ' ' L .s .2 . r . -9 . . A - une 75 Paar 7 Basketball I eam w w Page 77 C Baskelba Basketball Captam Charles Klmgler Managel Charles Khngler Coach Earl Zelglel Wlth the openlng of the Basketball season undel our new and experlenced coach Mr Earl E Zelgler one of last year s College Varslty Bxsketball men me were confronted vuth the task of selectlng a vxlnnmg team from the few who asplred a place on the Vd1S1ty Squad Aftel a fevs weeks of practlce ue soon dls covered th it vue had the materlal for a good team and the out look for a successful season seemed brlght Judglng flom the number of games that have alleady been played and the class of basketball that has been shown ln these games vue ale proud to say that our hopes have not been IH true to form provlng to us that he IS alw ays on the alert and ever rellable Sloop also a last years Varslty man has llke vuse played stellar basketball Black vsho played center palt of the tlme last year developed IHUO a fast and rellable plaver but left school 1ust after the season had opened Hasenfuss although h1s first attempt at the game has l1k6WlS6 turned out to be a good defens1ve play er and has put a lot of fear 1nto the opposmg teams Hutchlson who came to us from Bellefonte Academy gamed a place on the Varslty Squad and th1S scrappy youth has developed mto a clever and fast player Armstrong who has taken Black s place at center has helped to make the team one of the best that the Academy has produced for some years In Splte of the fact that We have lost several games thls sea son the team as a whole has played well and have demonstrated a class of basketball that IQ not usually shown by a school of thls type . . , ! ' ' Y at , f " . Y. . . t A . u , Y . , 7 . - z ' ' , - 3 v 1 'P . vain. Klingler, one of last year's Varsity men has been playing , . . 7 . , . . - 9 9 ' v A n , y 1 7 V v ! - ' Y 7 . i . y 7 ! ' ' 7 Y 7 , . Page 78 Basketball Squad P Ilutchlson R F T Armstrong R Sloop L C G Hasenfuss S Black C R Wood C' C Kllngler L F fCapt'11n Sz Managerj Basketball Schedule York County Academy Hagerstown Hlgh School Cettysburg Hlgh School Lancaster Hlgh School Hagerstown lllgh School Harmsburg Academy 96 Salnt James School York Colleglate Instltute York County Academyt Harrlsburg Academy Gettysburg lllgh School Franklln 8: Marshall Academy Wenonah M111tary Academy :"Cancelled YorkDec Hagerstown Jan GettysburfJan LancasterJan GettysburgJan Harr1sburgJan Salnt JamesF6b YorkFeb Gettysburglveb C'ettysburgF6b Gettysburg Feb CettysburgM 11' CettysburgM9-I' R 1921 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 Page 79 . , . . . s , C. . , . r. . Sf, . ' f . 17, . ' . 7, , ' . 11, C . ' - 14, Mount St. Mary's Prep GettysburgJan. 18, 1922 . ' ' . 27, ' f A ' . 28, ' S ' . 4, ' ' . 11, . 28, 'K K , . 25, L ' . 28, i c C c 1 2 - 4, ' ' uv , . 10, ' r ? i 2 .5 I 1 ? 3 i 1 l Baseball C 1pt11n Ixobelt Hoxlex M 111 1ge1 XV'1x ne VV hltc Coach C Qtexx 11t Oxxmg to the extleme xx et xxe1thc1 lut Sp1111g,, lll1l0Sl1 h 1lf ot the gunex xx c1e c mcellecl on 1LLOLlllt ot 11111 Out ot the IE Hllllllflg elght games xxe xxon tom md lost l0lll It Wu un fo1tun1fe th It mole ot the g1mex could not be pl1x ed to1 the team xxas pllxmg xerx good b'1scb1ll md xxe feel cert 11n that xex Q1 11 ot thc gamex cfmcellecl xx oulcl h1xe been xx on The team as 1 xx hole Nhoxxccl up xx ell md the IC-3NLlltS xx e1e mcleed gl lt1fX mg All the g1mes th It xxe1e lost xxe1c xe1x cloxe Scxe11l g, H1198 xxele pl IX ecl xx 1th schoolx xx h1ch xx c1e not on the schedule and 1ll the e guues xxe1e xxon lhe team thl xeu DIOHIINQN to be one of the beet the -Xcflclemy h 18 turned out IH years Baseball Team SQIHOYI 1091 J qentt Catcher Kllflglel NB D T1xl01 C BOIIGIS S9 C Qxx11'tL C Ove1m1lle1 md B N Cllflel P MOIIINOH I F W Whlte F1lbe1t C G Ilasenfues FB B0yl6Q R F Pane 81 '1 1 ' . T . - 1 fc c . y 1 1 1 11 v V I 1 c . ' c I 1 . . 11 . f - . . 11 I -. v 1 1 v 4 1 1 ' 1. 1 1 - . 1 1 21 1 Y, 1 1 1 T2 1' 'H' 'z ' 2" "z'. ' '- E 7' T2 .', ' ' ' 2 1' '. Z1' - ' 2 , Z 1 ' if 1' ' if ' c '1 1' 2 U' ' ' 1 1 1' ' 2 Z ' ' 2 ' C ' 'Z " c 1' 'c ' ' 2 ' ' . x ' C L1 Z 1 L. 1 J . 2 1 S L1 . . ,. .2 tiv- . 1 . 1 2 1' 1 1 1 N' - 1 . 1 1 2 T2 1 1 1 2 v v' 1 . 1 1 ' . fx 1 1 1 1 n 1 Q I 1 v H v Vx I .Q V 1 I 1 D ' Y c 1 c 1 . 1 1 1 1 h 1 1 I 1 . v 1 1 c c 1 -1 . 11. 1 1 , A LX C n I A-A - I C ' - - , 17 , . , 1.1 . . Qu' ', , II. 1 S, .s1,. 1 . ' -W 1 n V2 ' , 1 Rf' ' ' ' ,- , J . .' . I , , , . 1 , . . . 1 1 1, 1 . 1 Oryanlgdlions Organifauone Cettx sburg limdemx in iddition to its icgulu Lllllltllilllll h u mxny othei oiginizationx xx huh tend to intrexse the lllttl ext ot its students ind the moi 11 md religious xxelfue ot the Student Bodx 'lhe xtudent txke in mttixe put in the w uious pulsorx 'lhe list ot O1g'1Hl7lt10I1S follow Osogi St 16 Student Sen ite X M L A NIlH1StQ11cll AbNOCl1t1OIl -Xthletie Association Red Lite! uv SOLl9tX White I lter in Soeiety Blue L1te1 ily Sotlety la: R ' N 5 I .V I - i J I tvs 0 .2 ' vvv ' 2 ' ' ' S -, 2 - 1 1 -' . . 2 kv 1 v 1 1 2 I 1 ' sv v - a . 4 1 A4 3 . J 1- Q sz'z z"' 2" 'Q' : organizations. The attendance at the Literary Societies is com- .' ' 'S ' 'C Qz' 3 ': .' 2 S z ' .' .' z A . W VV: ,Z . l aa :V .A uv ' .' 2 U' S " .i . S .' , ' iff ,j P0110 86 Osoga Staff Osoga Staff 1922 EIJVIORIAL SIAI I' FIIIUPI 111 QIIIQI QUSTAX IIASENIPUSS IR As Iwtlllt Emhtm III C 111 Own II RNC CHARLES D RLINCLLR A 1111 lte Fcl1tn1 WX ILLI-VVI I1 Ill 'wuz I1ENx1TH B BARKLILX CII-XRLES A IXARNA 1 ERNFST XX BXIGLR HAROLD QINIOINQ R111 NIOIND E D011 1 RLSINESS S1 AI I Buxme N M 111 lgel B I-muh IIOFPNI-KN -Xdx e1t1s111g NI1111ge1s If uultx -XCIXINE1 CLARLACE HX NEAL RNIAIN B I REENVVOOD 1 Y YYY XT K 4 . '. ,. . 11 I 1 . ,. , 1. r 1 11,1 . .,'. ' ..' ' ' ' 11512 A II ' wv ' 1 Y w 11 u 4 1 1 I 1SS 'Z 1 'S ' ' vw 1 7 vi wv 14 . 'A I 1 4 1 Y . Y Y V- 1 1 1. 1 I 1 . 11 1 1 1 , 1 v. vw 11 ww 14 1 11 1 1 1' SS 22 ' w ., , , . 1 111 Y 1.1. . 1 vv A 1 4 C C 1 1 1 '1 0 1 . I ' N ' I , . , , . ., . L A 4. 1 yy , 1 1. 1 11115118 Pfwe 88 Student Senate I Student Senate ErnestW B1ke1 Presldent Memberx lst Term R E Dosle Secretuy HcIS8YltLIxN N Clldel Vl llllinlx 2d Tenn R E Doxle SSC18tl.ly Q Pllbelt C D Kllngler F Hoffman Gettx burg -Xcademx lxke most college 'md plepu 1tOlX ichoolx his 1 eommlttee whlth representx the student bodx exeruses VIFIOUS duthoutles tncl perfolms ceztun tl,lI'lLtl0llN IH cooperltlon xslth the fmeultx The presldent of the Athletle ASSOC11t10H of the Y M C A 'md of eftth of the Red Whlte and Blue L1terary Soc1et1eQ comprlse thle commlttee uhlch is called the Student Senflte The pleeldent ofthe Student Senate IS elected by lts own mem bers The memberfi of thls commlttee exccept the DlLSlClQllt of the X NI C A 'are elected seml mnu 1115 1180 l l l l l 1 1 ' I 'Y A E wv . - V , c K .. , 1. - ,. . 1 - G. f z . . 1 . .v F 1' 1 ' f - N , c . . 1 1 Lb l . vw, S S C . 3 .Z AL' l . . I A sy Lk- 2 , , . L, S K. Lv, 5 A' lik' Lv 2 . 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X Y ' I I a L Q u n C n 'C C - l t I Y M C A Officers YMCA O111c1Rs ,meet XX hum 1011 1111 P I 910013 me IQNIQ 1 111 R E -Xgnexx Seuetfux O ll Ixl g' 1e.1N111e1 e X M 0 it XNIJUI f mf Lmx um u1g1111fLd xxenfx 111110 male .mgo 11N 111 f.1111f.1 11111 1 0111 when 1.1x 101111 hom cl ieu I'I1tIHlJ8ls .xt lts 111t.111u 1111 11 1 IIOXX 1.1e plactlcalls the e11t11e xtuclent boflx tlhlllg' C111 attlxe pmt 111 1tx 1ftf111N The meetmgx ale held ome .1 11 eek and competent and fouetul speakels .ue seculecl 1111111 the Colllge .md Sem111.111 T e thlet DLIIDONC ot 11111 Y M C -X lw to Ntlmulate 11 gleate mteleet 1n the hlghibl .mil lllbblbl thmgx 111 hte .xml to xtlengthen .md bettel the Lhamttel ot our xtuclentx Manx ot Olll students reahze the gleat benefit deuved t1 om thu o1gc1111A.1t1o11 .md It 18 hoped that mam others 11111 take adxa11tf1ge ot 1ts nmny .1dx.111 tages lai ' 'Y F' .' v. "1"' .......................,......,. I"1."l1 x. 1. Q ................................. Vi' I" li V. . 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Tl01Nlll8l The n11n1ste111l students ol Cettysbtug -XL ldemx Issou ltlllg' them elxes togethu T01 mutu 11 helpfulness md studv ot the B1lole hold bl vseeklv meetmgs tt YKl1lCl'l they studx Foscl11l1 s The meanmg of P113 91 Th1Q o1gf1n1zf1t1on IS composed ot the students studung to1 the rn1n1st15 ind all othe1s xx ho lre 1lltL1 estecl 111 the wolk The M1n1ste111l ASSOL11tlOl1 LOODGI Ites xuth the Y M L A to tu to bllllg, the bows to tlose 1el1t1onsh1p XVltl1 C od 1nd to gathe1 suggestlons th It a1e prf1ct1cf1l ln QVGIQ cl xy hte Profeseol Nefzl 18 the lnstruttor of thls Clase and clue to h1s Lllltlllllg efforte It lb now cllssed fxe one of the real llN9 wue or g'1l'llAdt10l1b ot the school RoLL Bolllnger ll lxeller' P J Fllbelt F Q Shlelds C I Fry J W Sloop R L Hfutman C S S1009 R C Heck W S qte1ne1 I I llelnze E P Qtubv WV E Hafms A bxunn C 'NI Kllngler C D Reed J E Pa IC 03 n u 0 Q Q N 1' 11- cv .1 ............................. 1 . .1 u.. 1 1 .T 1 I pn v 411 1.1. 1 c 1 1 I 1 1 c 0,411 c S '1' J " i' Z .'1'Z 1' b T' ' '-v ' . 4 v' . v v'..'v 1 ., kvf . 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' 2 ,2zf ','23 -ll 'D ........ z wha P1js"zl . , ' fl, 9 W Red Llterary Soelety P1 emdent X lee P1 esldent Semetau Agnew R E Albuts AlIl1NtlfJllg' X R ulx 'lllex Bxlxel C Ulllllx fllltl P I'U1tLlIl1t0 S rx C 196IlVSOOd N B M1w Cllmm ll 11 tman llelnze lle1ete1 llutchmon P C KQ1ShH61 A M Rax mond E Doxle D Way ne ll h1te Wwlex P211 1 x Klux R Q Klosx M utz R E MLMulloug,h Mullen IJd11X VK Potter Ream C W QIHIOIIQ ll SIIUOHS J L Simons S Stallsnnth Ste1ne1 Studholm I M Ylngfat . . S ' .................... ............ 1 K L' - ', . . '22 . I. '22 1 ' s '25 '25 ' 5 ' , V. '24 2 ' , . . '22 'zzz f f , '24 l 2 ' ', A. '22 l , '23 7 ' '23 Mc'Creary, '23 2' . '24 - f. G. '22 ' ' z , Q. '24 , '25 Fm '25 - , 2. . '22 I ' ' , . . '22 .f ., . '22 1 " , '23 ' . . '23 z ' ' , '24 ' . '24 ' , '23 ' S ' , '23 ' ', '23 ' ', '24 " , . 1. '22 , . . '22 ', . . '22 ' . , '25 I 11' . ' 0 Wh1te Llterary S0c1ety P1 SSKICHL Vlce P1 esldent Qec ret lfy Almstrong T Bmkel E W Barclex C Bennett C Carr D Conrld J Fltchnel A B Fortunate L Cleenheld A 1 Hal M Ilendmckson Karnak C A Ixng C Il Lambert C U O B Frank Hoifman Charles F Leach Mxrthfx Jane Roblnson Lehl Mlrtlnez E Mexer 5 McNaul R MIS? Mubselman Qulntonllla T Randlll Sxmonx E bloop R L bmlth E bvmrtz C T Tate E Wada M MISS W uner W1ll121fHS C Pag 97 - .- , . '22 -, '25 2 -, . . '22 2 ' ', . '24 - , '22 5 , '. '24 , . '24 , . '22 - , . '25 1 , '25 2 , . '24 ' ' , . '22 ' -, . . '22 . 1 , '25 f , . '24 S' . '23 ,' ' , . ' , . . '22 Haas, A. '24 ' ' , . '24 - 1, . '22 ' 1 , . . '22 A ' .- , '24 . , . '25 - . , . . '22 , . '22 'i , . . '22 2 - , M. '23 , . '24 ' ' ,. '22 . 0 Blue L1terary Socnety Ple ldent Cu tax 111 eniuw JI X 1ce P1e 1dQl1t Ch IIGS D Ixllllglel Seuet-uv X11 s -XNDQI P 1Ll1X I In H uk S B 111581 ll L1 IJl.tf 1 1e1t 1X Lefuhfut Heck XX Ilemdel E Hoffman H hellel P Iexutt XX 1 S XX 11111111 lx IIu11ge1 Iecmhut XI0l1tL10s A B OIJIIQII Osteuluml R ul I R0l11b1u5,l1 If Shop R C 51 1th H I Smxelx NT N 11111 C XI Tmex XX Wllclmln XX Wood P Wood P Llcl I X . . . .................... ....... 1 S" as '33, '. f' ' s' ......................... a' 1i . ' ' ' S " 1 'V .............................. " 'z '. ' 1 1 1' ' 22 1 1 ', '24 sa" 2 i. '. '22 1 1' 1, 1 . . '22 la ", '21 -' , '25 ull' f ', . '23 S ' , . '23 C1'id2', F. N. '22 R91 ., .. E. '22 ii '21 ' z f , '. '23 Du 'st '25 1' J . . '. '23 F111 A , F. Q. '22 11' . . 3. '22 F 1, '21 ' ' 1 . '24 Y ' 1- . ', '23 QW' . 7. 1 . ,22 '. '23 z 7. '24 1 ' , 1. '23 2 z , '. ,25 , . '25 , . '24 Y, ', . 22 , . 1. '23 1 2 " , 22 Sllil s, C. P. '22 I Y X X N x 4'-401 2 Calendar beptember IIUII th' Thlee chee1s1o1 old C A Reg1strat1on Cl xsees begln Dr llubel h ld sore throat No L1t1n classes Fleshmen 1nd Sophomole tle up St In MQQQIS recelx ed mto the I T K Klmglel s ud that he llkes red no m'1tte1 uh xt color It IS INIIISIL 11 lpple sauce tor suppe1 1 llttle blt fllt llunger rldes 1n the fmest c ll CC1rrJ 111 the world Booley Helndel dlsplflys fall hne Semor class rmgs are ordered Octobe1 Flrst tootblll game NV ll 'Q xs G A Qco1e14 14 II lldy 1nd Reda receue 1111t11t10ns lnto the I T K Cob Hunger IQ elected chee1 leader Sleepy I9dV1tt '1rr1x es on the evemng tr un CIICIGF IS elected Pres Athletlc ASSOLI 1t1on md Khnglel V1ce Pres Alumnus B1es,ecker borrows '1 palr of bl 1ck socks G A deteated Hagerstown Hlgh 20 0 O1gdY1lZ1t1OI1b of the th1ee I 1terary Soc1et1es The Joy ot He1nLe s hfe V1Q1tS h1m Heckel s lrllxes on the same llne Ag-un we hwe 1I1l,lS1C'lldDpI6 sauce too sh xrp I hke me don t you? Mr Putman from Sem gave a very good talk 1n Y M C A Remember the Johnstown Flood? Hoffman says Bovs se down your l1ttle heathen Agam Hoffman saye Oh you MOHgOl13H weaeel hound Cheer practlce Kershner took hm monthly bath Kershner elck after h1s bath Hutchleon haugee hlb Shlft Preparatlons for a hohday Farmer s Day no clawes Hallowe en Dance lay I I ' : 20. "2 . ' ' ' ' 2. . 21. 2 ' . 22. 21'1 1' ' . . ' 2 - 2 . 23. 2 ' ' 11 . 24. ' 1' 2 ' ' - . 25. 2 . ' ' ' ' . . . 26. ' "1' 2 ' '2 ' ' 27. I '2 2 -1" ' ' 1' ', 2 ' ' 2 . 28. ' 1' ' ' '2 ' 2 ' . 29. " " ' 2 1' 2 ' . 30. ' 211' ' . 1. 'S' 2 2 , . . .1" 2- . 2. '2 2 1 " ' ' '2 ' S ' . . . 33. " 2 " '1 ' '- ' . 4. "S " . ' ' 2 ' ' 3 ' 2' . 5. " ' 1' "2 ' , 2 ' ' 6. 1' ' : 2 ' 2 3 . 7. . . ' 1 1 ' , - . 9. ,, ,, . . I . . U 10. - 2 " ' 1 ' . 11. 2' 2 ' 2 -' Q2 , 1' 2 . 12. ' , ' . 14. 1 . 15. 2 : " ' j ' 2 ." 16. ' 12 " , -' ' - ." 17. ' . 18. 1 " ' . 20. ' ' . 21. '1 , 11 '. 22. ' ' . gr' 101 Sundax Qame ae any othe1 Faux Black 1nte1cepts a fo1 wud pass Duke IN clawed as '1 mx S921 old babx Doe Flchtnel Sus A xxomfm nexel' gets he1 Qenseb Lllltll she becomex iortx xeals old O You Chxckenl Sh1elds N 1x N If1t xx fwn t fo1 D1 111.11361 I xx ould go home Academx 15 defeited bx 1' 1nd M VK et Qundax Halloxxe en O xx hat a mght lNox 91111391 lleclxel 111111 ltQN the hum lll ilx bx sc 11mg tha mun bllllfl mg to the thllfl 8101K Cootx St xlxnnth fell doxx ll the Xttps Mux Nllllllglll Jumps Oxu D1 llube1 motto fol I 1t1n Fust m IN meetmg ot C 51 llunge1 ind Ixllnglel glxe 1 f 11611611 dlnce Ill th lobbx 101 the C111 ll1nge1 goe to Cl1?lI1lb91NlJlllg' ln a U11 fox fl L 11 xx 1th '1 Ca11 I111llg91 ind Ixl1ngle1 ue XGIX Ionelx The BLl1C1x ca1 fC111J 18 no longel around llenduclwon iiexx the coop kllnglel lecelxes hls lettel flom Ph1ll1pQbu1g Second m we meetmg of L A A1m1st1ct D IX holldax C A h ls blggest game of the xeal xx 1th C H 9 Bucknell gxme Everxone goes Exery bodx slept m after thur long and tuesome t11p to Ha11'1Qbu1g All football men 1eport fo1 C xleethemcs F11 st L1te1a1x meetlng IS a g'19'1t success Stex ens Hall held lte annual barn dance Dr Huber I am as much Ill demand ae a voung man The football p1ctu1e wad taken College defeate Mt St Maly s Henry Smlth and h1S gang go on a hlke Basketball practlce begme Bob Wood and Il Hoffman emoy a box from home ll III Y 23. V'--1 1 ' '. 24. " ' ' ' ' : ' 2 ' 3. 25. " ' " 2 1' Y ' '. 26. " "' " ' S2 " ' 2 ' Y 1' ' 1 S 1 I kv Aw ' Lv nv 4 vlw . 27. " , ' ' ' f' 28. ' 1' 1'2 : " ' '2 1 ' ' '. ' ' 1" 29. 1 j 2 j '. 2 . 30. ' 1 31. ' ' , ' ' ' . Y v 1 1. " "2 1' 2 -' 2 2' '- Il. 1 2 1 ' 2 1' 'vt '. 'ls ' 12-1 4. ' 21's 1 ' ' 1. 1 . 5. '2 V."'.'22"' 2" e 2 "'s. 6. 1 ' f s ' ' '2 ', ' 2 '2 ', " 2 .1 2 " ' 1 . 10. 1' ' 2 ' 1. . 11. ' "A 2j, ' 1. . 21' ' S U' ' 'g 1. 1 1 . 12. ' 2 . V' S. 13. 1 , L. ' ,' ' 1 K. 1' 1 k . i 14. ' ' 2 1 ' 13. 15. " ' ' ' ' ' 2 1. 16. ' ' 1 - . 17. . 2" 1 ' 1 x ." 18. ' ' ' 1 . 19. 1 . . ' '1'. 20. ' ' ' . 21. ' ' 1. 22. " " ' . ,' ' 1 'fylr' 2 Today the same felloxxs are forced to clean the campus Zerbe s room IS ln bad COI1Cl1tl0I1 Why? Clfwsee 'Ire very small Oh hoxv xxe llke to xx alk off demerlts Barclay came to Latln YY1tll0Llt h1s pony F1eehmen football practlce on Ac xdemy Held Rev Kelle1 pronounced them marrled Another lob for Kelle1 Decembel A1 mstrong makee 21 dlecovery Xerxes and 'iarcasm are not gettlng enough to e xt Baker takes a flylng trlp home The Whlte Llterary Soclety holda 'L very eucceaeful meet mg F1ebhmen and Sophomole gxme Some glmel QCOIC Satu1 day basketball p1'1ct1ce" W hit 1 be llltlflll xx1nte1 d xv' Sl'l16lCl'4 remalns ln bed S1ck as ueual Rule Flxe demerlts for snoxxbfxlllng Hutch1son eende hm laundry home for the H1 at tlme Eoche llemze 1ece1x ee '1 xx fxrmng flom the K P 9 Heck xxlshes for ICC cxeam fo1 ex e1v dxx PlOf Ll9gl9l hxe 1 oeflutg. m-uk lemoxed hom hls tue Ixelshnel decldee to take a mlllx bath F1rf1l muke are lead out Pleparatlone fo1 the -Xcademy ll 1nte1 Dance Decoratlons look spltfy EXlH11ll'1tlOI1b begm List Sundly IH Gettx ebulg thls ye ll EXGIQOHQ xvlth 1 pl 'want look on hls face Last d1y' llere 5 XX1Sl1lIlg ex e1x one fx hlppy v1c'1t1on J mu ny Back agaln' Hand shakee all around Clennv Wllllams decldes to leaxe us? So does, McNaul' -X 1eal vx1nte1 day About Sex en lnches of snoxx Eddle S mornmg song R196 and shme Dont be late th1S tlme Gob Hunger falls out of bed 0 23. ' 2 . 24. ' ' ' ' ' . . 25. 2. . 2 . 26. , ' ' ' ' . 27. ' " ' . 28. ' . ' 2 ' . 29. . ' ' . 30. f '. 2. I .' 2 2 2 ' 1 2 . 4. n ' . 2 c 0' 2.2 ' 5. ' N 2 ' 2 . 2 . 2 ' 0-0. 6. ' 2 2D 2 '2 ' . 7. ' 2 2 2 ' ' " ' 2m '. 8. ' . ' ' . " 2 2 . 9. : ' ' ' 2 ' 2 ' . 10. ' ' 2 . '2 1 ' . 11. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 2 '2 ' ' . . 2. 12. . 2 fx, L2 ' 1 1 2 1.1 2 uv' 13. A heavy snowfall. 14. '2'2'2 ' 2"' ' " 15. ' 'S ' -' ' ' ' ' . 16. '12 2"e2 ' '. ' - ' ' ' . 2 17. .'2 ' 2 ' N ',, 18. 2s 2 ' ' ' 2 '. ' " ' 2 e2.2 'J ' . 19. Q 2 . " ' f 2 2 2 2 ' . 2 2 ' : 5. 2 ' . ' 2 . 6. " 2 V " ' ' -' ' . 2 . 7. . ' " ' . 2 . ' ' '. 8. " ' ' '."' ' : ,, . . k, ,2 Q ,, 9. " " . 0 Page I 3 Prof Stover glV9S us an address ln chapel Prof Leathers sllpped on the 1C6 Hurt? We don t know Who hlt Prof Leathers on the head wlth a snowball? If you don t have lubber on your heels you have Leathers Academy plays basket ball at Lancastel Everybody forced to wear Whlte shlrts on Sunday Plcture for the College Spectrum IS taken CEHVJ Academy plays Mt St Mary s Unlon Y M C A meetlng Plctures for the Osoga are taken Strlecher observes lad1es v1s1t1ng day by dressmg Clcero begs Cat1l1ne to leaxe school Osterlund caught sleepmg undex Flchtner s bed VVhy" Good mornlng good mornlng good mornlng The matron finds a wlskex bottle under Klng s bed Hunger s dummy passes 1nspect1on Attentlonl Cue all rooms a bath The Vandals begm then vscatlon Where were Hungel and Karnak du11ng 1nspect1on'? Ex erybody snowed ln Leathers gets wlse to the preserxe eaters Feb1ua1y The basket ball squad plays a game with demerlts If you drlnk Hemlock It w1ll not hurt you so says Gob Hey Doc what IS the slgmficance of ground hog day Parry asked Prof Zlegler sleeps 1n after a wlld nlght 1n Hagerstown Academy plays St James D1d you every stop to watch Sarah Baker golng through Calesthen1cs" Dr Huber relates the best health lnventlon the Nlght gow n Hunger dehvers a famous speech on the Honor Sy etem A May dance 1n the lobby Waldman would make a good polly parlot Academy plays Y C I Chas Klng passes as a good dummy ln room Harold Lloyd makes a hit rar 101, 10. . ' ' . 11. . ' ' . . ' . 12. ' . ' . 13. 1 ' ' , . 14. . '. 15. ' ' . 16. ' ' . . 17. . . ' . 18. ' .... ' . 19. ' ' . 20. . ,, . . . . ,, 7 , up. 21. ' ' ' 1 .. . 22. 1 . ' ' ' '. . . 23. - ' --- - ' --- - ' . 24. . V' ' X . 25. ' V1 ..- . ' . ' . 26. ' . 1' 1 5 f . 27. " S' ' ' ' . ' . 28. Academy plays Hagerstown High. 29. 1 ' ' . 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No heat Englneer asleep at the swltch Karnak s dummy passes lnspectlon llutchlson dld not get hxs algebra We would hke to know who s he d1d get" Hungers dummy passed Blggest campus 11st of the yea1 llunger s dummy wore out D1 Wxgnel forgot to pray NI1rtL hu mother mystel 10118 cold Prepel ltlons for other dmce M1d wlnter Dance declded success Washlngtons blrthday no classes Recoverlng from e dance lN0th1ng new Prof Dulebohn makes a speech durlng calesthenlcs Junlor Prom held IH the Academy bulldlng All who attended w e1e ple IS9Cl Wlth the place Ac Ldemy detexts llarrlsbulg Academy 34 20 Lomeh broke nose Many fellows VlS1t the hospltal to see Lomeh Taney came back after a week s wanderlng Another 1 campus 11st In Cllesthenlcs Dulebohn had too much he It March The ponles of the S1amese TNVIIIS 1 rn xw ly Slgns of Spr1ng Newt dancmg on the campus Conrad threw somethlng at Dulebohn Nothlng new under the sun Ex erybody takes a walk Qornebody 19 unpopular Best Lltelary thls seal so says Prof Ilutchlson IS sxck Last basketball practlce of the year Academy plays Wenona Mllltaly Academy Last game of season Everyone had to be ln ten oclock for bath Karnak re fused a chance to go to York An unusual 1ob on Sunday mornlng Dr Huber takes a vacatlon Ilunger and Karnak take a flylng tr1p to York Report good t1me" Page 10 14. 4 . 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' c 5 All basketball men leport fo1 calesthenxcs All Stals and Dumb Bells play a game of rush season ba eball Kershnel IS gettlng hard He smoked one clgarette to ax St Patuck s Dax b11ngs out the xxeal ers of the green Peppel Dax VVho fixed the pepper shakers on the Profs " The Qualltx Quartette of Stevens llall renders a fexx alrs at nlne 0 clock and gets a fexx demerlts Baseball practlce starts Blue Llterary meetlng Sxx mn glV6Q one of h1s o11g1nal poems Dr Hubel leturns aftex hls V3C3.tlOl'l Fust dax of Spung prettx mlselable Anothel cold dax Oh box ham for dlllllel Kfunnk s dummx xx as shaken up Bob Wood Sz llaux ll hold Sprlng house cleanlng Cus gets s1ck chexxlng tobacco Blocher dldn t get on tlme fOl Chlcken d1nne1 A xx et xx et dax Dulebohn xx ants to make Pete Wood Headmaster Hasenfuss glx es K61QhH6l a halr cut O Kmg Qdld 1n A lllstorx Thex poured Par1s gleen l11t0 the Lasks at llelillllbll Leathers glxes Q11 qxd a xx armlng Aprll 1 Exe-rx bodx gets fooled todax Baseball game xx 1th Arendtsxllle Vl Xkfhlt xlslts the school The xeal book goes 1nto press lay I 14. 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'rl Tragedy of Macbeth Rev1sed Macbeth Ladx Macbeth Duncan Banquo Macduh' Malcolm Ross Lennox Sergeant W ltches Chauffels Dramatlc Personae Wllllam K Hunge1 Anna G Baker Omen H Klng Challes P Shxelds Challes F Ieach B Prank Hoffman Xvlllldlll Leaxltt A E Montelo R Edgu Martz Mawbelle ASDQI Ffztheune Stallsmlth Martha ROblHSOH Albon R FlCl1tIl9I' Wesley G Parry Charles D Khngler Act I Scene I Thunder and Llghtnlng W1tches Entel on Motorcxcles Chorus Wltches- We are blackguardlw femlmne sages At our elderly looks vou wlll scoff For vue g1V6 wou a guess at our ages By leavmg our make up off But lf we had fixed up our faces And stood ln the very front row We would have the same beautles and races As the rest of the urls ln the shovs I I7 IIS --u-un--fs--nn....... nnnnnonfpuq las -J 1 I, 1 Donalbain , ................... ............ G eorge VV. Ream .' ....................... ............ . . ' s ' ................... . ............. . z ' 2. ,C " . ' A ' 3 1. . ' 2. ' ' . 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Y V l L Y Y ' V I I Y , g 3 Thlrd Wltch Don t stand around knockmg the chorus You merely are wastlng your breath Remember the buslness before us Is klddmg old Angus Macbeth Scene II Duncan s Clmp Near Seven Stars Enter Duncan 1nd Tram ln Plerce AFIOXXS Ross Chaufferlng Duncan s Car Enter Sergeant Hanglng Over Wheel of Ford Car 1n Bloody State Duncan A Fold IS '1 terrlble cal I ll sav so Look at the man hanglng on ln such a vvay Malcolm Thls IS a brave man xndeed Tell the Kmg hovv our brave men do slug And vve ll see that your car gets a new spark plug Sergeant Our old Angus Macbeth vvlth hls great xron flst Dld dr1ve the enemy awav wlth a crack on the wrlst Exlt Sergeant Stage D1F6Ct10H All shoot revolvers and crap and cheer Macbeth Scene III Blasted Heath Enter Three Wltches on Indlan Motorcycles Wltches All We all three have been havlng a Jolly good t1me Charmxng both mlce and men and swme Enter Macbeth ln PICFCQ Arrow together wlth Banquo Macbeth Good mormng glrls P r 9 , . C 1 v K g , 1 Q . v C n I C . z ' ' ' ' ' 1 . , C 4 D . 1 , v . c , M I c I ' -' ' . C - . . v . 3 He saved my life with his car's great speed. . Y V , , 9 L x o K V. .K . , c V' . T y 7 Y , . . 1110 10 xV1tCl169 'ill togethe1 Coocl IYlO1l1lHg' Mac XI IL I know xou ue A putel ot ultthes And to Nou 1 questlon I Tllng Whlth slmplx 'md bueflx 1s Vxll1Ll'l 1s The gmk xx ho next vslll be lung" llltthe tog,ethe1 X ou xx 111 CC-31tl1lllX obserxe thqt the gus xx ho his the neue Is the g,ux xx ho goe and takes whit he 1s lftel It sou ll bump off Duncan M10 lou ll be the leade1 of the plck -Xitu uhuh ue ll bu1st mto pe lks ot l11Cl60ll lxughtu Scene IV NI u beth s C lstle Inntel NI lcbeth Comes upon Lulx NI1Lbeth I fmclx NI ltbeth But fu t let hue 1 httle dunk of home bleu Lulx Nlubeth pulls out QIIXQI H111 and thex dunk to the fle ith ot Dunn ln D1scuss pl IN of Dunmn Q death Ifmclx 'NI Fo xheul cleu heut Ind get him e s helpless non u h1le he s IH becl Exentu illx whx not noxx 'NI ltbeth llls ghost I te 11 mx Cl63.16St deal Wlll hfzunt me xx hen he s dead and gone Laclx WI Well then h md me the plstol that s on the pantu shelf If Nou 19 afmlfl of Duncan S Qh'1de I ll pull the tuck my Qelf Macbeth I h lte to L1O'Ik thls good old bloke It m xkes me sob flncl mom 11 U ' 1 . 1 1 1 I 1' 1 , . I 2 HT ' ' ' s ' I 1 11 I Y- 5 v K c c . . 1 - ' 1 ,. . S , . Y 'I 1 I I ' W v v v 1 w -1 v c L 1 c f L c. , .' f ' ' s ' .1 ' z 2 '. ' v , 1 U 1 1 r V 7 1 1 1 ' 4 1 ' J 1 V ' , v V .Y ' , 1 ' ' 1 . T l 1 1 . 1 1 5 1 . , M 1 1 1 Q 1 I1 1 w A l A 111 1 4 I , 1 1 K V A C ' Ac . .1 c i It n 1 1 Q 1 v I v Lome he1 e, Angus defu, I have somethmg to tell you, "s ls z ' 2 ' ' ' ' '. zjlz' s . " zs',' 3 ' 1 h I an .1 ww 1 , I K 1 11 K C 1 1 , I JC l A 1' 1 If 2 2 ' 2 ' , 2 , ll 's fs: ' ' ' fr' , li 7 E V , v ,.97 I 2 ' - .W1 1 ' 1 1 v 1 'w 1 . 1 c , V 1, , . v ,N C K, 1 -' I .- ' v . , . 7 Y 2 ' 1, Y 9 , 1 ' 5 7 ,' V7 C 1 K, C 7k 1 A1 A 1 31 .1 I c c . , 1 n 4 C C 1 1' A ' Il But thlq must be bec ruse you see I ve got to have h1s throne Macbeth takes plstol and evlts 1nto Dunc IH s room Scene V Room ln Macbeths MIHSIOH A Large D1nner Pxrty 19 111 Progress Lennox Ross Mlcduff md mam othels slng ll ull ll ul' The hootch IS here' Rye md gm and sherry Hall' II'11l' fhere s lots of near bee1 Scotch and tom and 1e1r3 Let s all frollc and slng For Mac s 1 good old k1ng Enter ghost of B mquo To thls pzrty I hawe no b1d I hope I mon t gne you undue offense But there has been a murder dldl Macbeth Be gone qu1t mv slght Thou boneless bloodless shade Qtop sh-wklng, thv golden locks It me For I m llable to punch you 1n the exe Macdulf Slnce you ve been so k1nd to call to mmd The look 1n the blfzckguard s eye I can see forsooth you speak the truth Macbeth IS the gullty gux ' L Macbeth Don t belleve the poor Slmp He s but an appar1t1on Hxs mmd has been affected BV the recent P10l'l1blt101l All Dlners The lady 18 no llal Th1S fellow 1S a slmp And by h1s looks ue thmk l P1111 I Y K 1 v 1 L . , c f. N , 7 -, . . I 1 .V 1 l w - K ,- x k A A C n . . , Y. . . . . z . . 2 . r vu I I 1 v vw 1. u ., L., c c U . . .- 4 I I. u .1 C I I Q n . I . I C x f . - . f ,w 1 C Q C u x u - 0 Y , . i. C n If 1 ' n C . . c T Excuse me ladlesg excuse me gentsg .v 1 Y ' . C o v , .v v , L , ck ' . 7 Q, ' 7 I., .. . c . . .' C ' Y V : z , ' , .1 A v I v v v ' . , . . 1 . I , c c L , c L .l , I I , 's ' r y , . . 7 , .. . C a ' Y , K N v , lljf' Macdufi Macbeth Macduff Ladv a Page 112 He s but a dev1l s Imp Forsooth lf we bellex e th1s ghost mole booze ulll we dunk' Let s get h1m by the collal And th1ou hlm ln the slnk Bfxuquo s shade 6X1tS on the run If you refuse to belleve thls pool old ghost Because he s an appfu 1t10H Pelhaps youll b6l19X6 '1 sane old man VVho s of a dxffelent cornpos1t1on Th1s man or perhaps hls mate Wlth a gl eat blg sur ked gun Sent Klng Duncan to hls fate Traxeln g on the lllll Do you know XKlI9lQll10ll go vs ho l1e They go to the one xx 1th the 9Nll exe Come out III the vnd and che' No' Q11 ' I shall not stu I ll take 1 Clflllk of beel And tell xou that I plefel That xou shall che 11ght helel 'itabs Mlcbeth ulth 1 p1ece of celely who d19S fl'1ll Klng of sx ncopatlon For thou art so Behold the1e stands the culsed one s head Unde1 the feet of the bold cbeth Th1s IS the end of me I fear Rlght hele s my chance to shed a tear I always loved my husband dear So I go to prepare hls funeral blez Whlle my frlends depart one by one Leav1ng me memolles they Vx 111 never know EX1t Lady M ln tears 9, ' 9 ' . . K Y V Y ! No ' 1' " . 7 ' . . 1 ,- f 4 . A - 7 . . Q . , 1. . 1 y 1 , l v C s , . 1 . . I , . rn . y.. ' 1 N . .Y se I , f '1 r ' . In 1 - v V , - V y ' v y v' v' v M . , v ' v r Let s haxe It out you crook, I f vc ' 1 . . C - . K '. I' c I ', , 4 . v K K 1 . v '1 . 1. 1 I 3 2 ' ' 2 ' , f . 5 v Kev v Q N 4 , I . , . ! 3 . A , . . 1 1, tc , k n C I f y 9 . Q. 7. . . . Malcolm No more tlme sh-111 we spend Whlle our Latln remalns undld So thanks to all and everyone For your lnterest bent Cu1ta1n Assoc c lg fol the 1okes we glxe you IS for the ones that vse hfne chopped 1s fO1 the klever ones to re 1d too IS fox the 91 rors we L mnot stop lb fo1 some that we have trled to coax Put them all together they spell JOKES A word that means '1 lot ot fun 15mg It to the tune ot Mothel J We tllefl ou1 best md so got th1n lNow you t1y your best to lzugh md gun' Jokes Eds last n1ght" 0 Klng -Xw th xts the s1me one punted ower' Doc Flchtnel WI 1ll that xx ltch tell t1me" Guss llasentuss No you haxe to look at It PIOI Robmson Why Cllilllt xou smg when we mme to the chorus ' Hutch1son It s 11d ref1a1n 1n my book so I stopped Studholm I flunked that QUIZ cold Leach It was easy I thought Qtudholm Yeah but I h td V1N8llYlG on my ha1r and my mmd sllpped M1s Leathels Oh' what be'1ut1ful flowers' Thele 1s st1ll a llttle dew on them Prof Leathers fabsent mmdedlyj I know but I wlll pay lt tomorrow Pa 1 3' . C I L, , . . C . L . I C 1 .. . E l. J .K ' V. v . 7 , 0 ' . , C , , K 1 ' s ' 2 , , S .v . Y . A g n' , Y V . c I . w- - - 11 , rr I ul 1 xv , 2 Av . y ' ' ' V' Q 2 2 " . Studholm-Owen, where'd you get that new girl you were with C S ' . . ' -. 1, 2 'J sz z ' ' . sa H ' , , V' N ' V Z c . tl 77 , ' w , , ' L c . I . 1 , c . fn ' Q v I I v 'v' V I . n T A l l . ' H . H 1 . H . T 1 Q L i C I 4 'L c . 4 1' , . K Q- c , 2 21' l ' c I 'na ini' p I C I n Q .A nl ' . c I c - ' I - , Y. c I I gf' IL Agnexx Coxch Dulebohn is some talker fellowe Hasenfues He ought to be he spends all his time trying to impioxe the line Just Lies Gus Hasenfue Im eo tall although I got mx feet wet last Octobel I met Qneezed xesterdax Kershner Im So small that xx hen I haxe tooth ache and mx corns are hurting I can t distinguish betvx een the tvxo Doc Flchtner I crled so hard the other dax that D1 Stahlex treated me for bacteria fbact tear 13, It 18 stud our fxnceetom xxere apes If xou go to a comedx Qhoxx xx 1th Thomas Armetiong xou xx1ll Qxx eai there is a mule in hw f'iIT11lY tlee llee H xxx P10f Llegler XX h It is dexx 7 Hill E1 Vxh 61 xou xee the earth iexolxes on its axle once fOllT1S dexx Piof lleglel h id to close the dlSLLlNS10H immedlatelx Ream iax Dot I xx aehed mx hair laet night and I can t do anx thing xx 1th it Doc Flchtnel That s nothing I xx aehed mx feet last night and I cant do 'mx thing xx1th them Oxx en King fin Ellgllqll g1X1l1g' Gettx aburg Addreesj Noxx xxe are engaged I oice in the real of the loom VS ho to" Plof Neal Frank xx hx do xou alxxaxs eclatch youi head in Claw '7 Frank lloflman W ell I am the only one xxho knovxs It IS itch 1ng Edgfu Martz I haxe read fredjsomethlng xou haven t Sloop Ill bet you hax en t What is 1t'7 Martz Red hair I '- z ' , t. ':- , ' ' Q ' AK H K S: n i , U, 1 ' v y 1 . L ' e ' u I y y v . L , ' . , . . . V Y , . as n ' , - y , Y 'Q . ' . x ' 1. j ' j K ' 'D c S . A , tl 'i . ' 1 if . ' ' v - . vl n C . .1 T ' C Q 1 r ' . v ' 1 2 : .- ' - .-.v S v , . 1 Y Lv ' Aw fs every twenty-four hours with such rapidity that it perspires and 1 r ' u 4 h w . x 'A 1 1. . .4 Y 1 A I x n In . u ' , , l , cc , vs 1 , - I ' 9 u K K y v y x l n Q, ,, . I 1 ,yy . H Y . . , ' . Ya W C . . . , N . . . Y I 3. .... 4 1 A I K 1 I Z -' v v y v 7 K '- v 1 ' ' 7 U J' . . . V ' v I 7 c . t . . , Y Y , . . , cs H ' I-'af U IL, Dr Huber to Swlnn ln CICGFO Turn over the page my oy you ve already read tvxo llnes on the other slde An opera slnger says that no woman lS worth lovlng untll she IS thlrty Maybe not but how IQ one to tell xx hen she 1S thlrty" Prof Dulebohn fln hlstory classj Tomolrow we vxlll have One Hundred Years War' Charles Kllngler Gee you ll have some tlme Ream As soon as I weal out Karnak s socks I ll be on my feet agaln Heard ln Funkhouser s Stole Kershner I want a palr of socks Clerk What QIZQ please? Kershner Why I wear a 13V Qhlft Raymond Doyle went calllng on hIS glrl the othel nlght and the dog was on the porch and barked at hlm The nolse brought the glrl to the door and she sald Good evenlng why don t you come ln'7 Doyle I m afrald to the dog ls barklng at me Glrl 195 No he ISH t he 19 wagglng hls tall Doyle I don t know vxhlch end to belleve Reed Hou many sublects are you carrylng Smlthy" H Smlth Im carrvlng one and dragglng four Prof Neal What IQ made from grapes besldes grape ILIXCG Bennett Crape Nuts Newton Snlvely we are told keeps hls mlnd so concentrated on candy and food that the other evenlng ln church when the Collectlon plate was passed he sald Not any more thank you Taney How do you know that clgarettes ale bad for the wlnd" Karnak Why havent you notlced a fellow who smokes IS alwavs puffing? P 1 . . , b , , 7 . . . . . Y . v . . t, l n , x I sl - ' ' . - v y' 1 . . lt . as sv . . , . l . , . . . ' 1 . . . . . , . I e e. I L , . . . Z , 2 . . . . . . . r I . . . . 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Juhus Ceasar RGV1SGd Cast CHSSIUS Vvlllldlll llunge1 Caescu Ch ules Ixarn lk Hunge1 F01 once upon a. 1 us and guetx dax The troubled p1ofesso1s Qhwfing vt 1th then 131113115 Ka1 nak Q 11d to me Dell eet thou Hunge1 non Co 111 11 1th me 1nto thm angls mob And take ou1 monthlx teQt" Upon the xx Old lgnolant 1s I vsax I 11 ent Ions 11d And bade h1m follow Q0 mdeed he dld Wlth lustx boldness thlowlng DOHIGQ amde And C,100k1Dg' It ulth hearts of feal But e1e ue could anew 91 all the queQt1onQ fzsked K31H1lx Clled Ilelp me Hunger OI I Hunk' I ae Smlthx ou1 g1eat 'IHC9QtOI' D1d f10Il'1 the mud of the g11d11 on Upon IIIN fum the pool old football beal So from the clutches of the facultx Dld I the dlploma of Karnak BY The Joke Ed Hungel Dlttx hon would sou llke to haxe a pet monkex Dlttx Oh deal thu IS so sudden There was m old ladx named Roee Who never possessed any beaux So she purehfmsed 61 man On the five a week plan Wh-It Qhe d1d Wlth hlm nobody knovw Heckel My tongue tled brothe1 cm t pronounce Mus Qtone name Khngler Well Qtone IS 11 hfud name l Il . . . . 1 1 1 1 w 71 l ' 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 . . . 1 - 1 - - 1 1 1 . . . 1 1 1 . . . 1 1 . - . 1 1 1 C s C , . , . .i Y K t, bv, 4 1 v iw 1 1' l A . 1 . 1 1 c I, 1 V . ' U , Q 1 V .c , 1 , , I v 1 .tv , , 57 v 4 I 1 w y 'v v ' 1 vi 1 1 , c 1 1, c , v, 1 . The professors roared and we dld bluff at lt, , D 1 v 1 v 1 . I I . 1 1 . I vi Q 1 v 1 v 1 ' w r n 1. s. C n , , ,' ll , , av C 1 9 v ' as ' , as , , 7 A L y C C ' -1 1. I 1 . 1 1 v 1 1 ' v 9 ' 'Y .V ' s. on - v v v v . v v v ' 1, V 1, 1 uv. , 1, .I 1' 1' I' . ,. L, 2 , L, K , .. .. . , T 1 l 4 1 I K 1 1 , ' 7 C A A 1 1 ' - ' ' z ' .1 's 4 I - w 1 I 9 K . , 1 I c . A llttle dlrty splder vxent up '1 rust spout The 11111 came down 1n torrents And vxashed that splder out Oh the sun came out 1n splendor And the darned old d1rtx sp1de1 Went up the spout agfunl Prof Dulebohn Ilax en t xou ex L1 he ud ot gold bullion 7 L ICGIIW ood No but I have heard ot tom xto bullion MIQS YVWFHGF Yes the word mule IS only male spelled xy ronglx F1chtner I suppose so but fxccordlng to the If1t1n dlctlonaly vyomfzn IS muller Plof Le'1the1s llaye you taken 1 shoxxer Qm1thP Smltll No 18 one II'l1SS1Hg9 W hen I look 1HtO vour deep blue ex es sax s Cob I th1nk of the blue IH yonder skles My hefut soars up to the mountfun top And then comes doxxn ag un ke1plop' Agnexx Isn t the new mlnlster 1ust wonderful? He brmgs home to you thlngs you have never seen before Hungel That s nothmg my laundryman does the same thlng Bennett Why do thev haxe fx green llght Ill front ot '1 pollce statlon Conrad I don t knoxx why 'P Bennett Slmply to let the people knoxx It IS an Irlsh Club There was a young lady named Sallx She fell on her neck 1n the alley To fm doctor she vsent Who repalred the dent Now the Masons are repalrlng the alley Headllne IH Gettysburg Tlmes Wm Leavltt Beaten On Head Whlle Asleep Wlth Umbrella 117 . 1 1 V 1 s I c . . , 1 . ' 1 C 1 7 Q ' . a 1 . 1 1 C n v .' V . n C C u , . . . v . Z 1 v .lv 13 1 Z 1 ' I1 4 v o - I l I . , c c . I u . 1 v K c . I, nl W7 c .l l . Z L' S S , c J: 17 3 I 1 I . ' A . .. . . 1 . . V . . c e . c c I , sr . s . , I . , . Y . 71 . . ' 1 ' 4 .. ' 7 v ' I v rn v v . . VY C 1 xl l x C yi u v r I Q e c , . U , . . . V . N . I , K . . .e . in I , 1 I 1 u U . . , . . : V V v C . . . L . ' f, . 7 v y . , . . . V v Y Y C U v r c 7 . . . . H . . v. ,, - . Pl!-fit' The Ingersoll KA drama 1n two acts the greatest by anv llvlng author Act I Settlng Study Hall Senlor Engllsh aftel noon perlod CAS the curtaln rlses a loud raspmg nolse IS heard the Vllllan played by Charles Leach IS wlndlng hls trustv Ingersoll J W1ll1am Stuby Methmks I hear the sweet notes of a June Bug and Katy Dld ln sweet cadence rmg Ah' svx eet the sound Leach Casldel Ha' But levenge IS svs eet' Prof Dulebohn No more nonsense here' Enough enough To work ye churls And thou Stuby out out to the Office make thee haste fEx1t Stuby J Leach Vengeance IS mme and p1a1se be to the gods' Act II Settlng The Office furnlshed as usual wlth desks chalrs cast Prof Leathers And Wllllam what mlschlef IQ thlg now? Tell 3 v Stubv Ah' Prof but I am vnought thls tlme alas' That base plottmg low schemer' Leach charmed me wlth Sprmgs soft muslc to speak aloud and by the professol s qulckness am I condemned Prof Leathers Speak not to me The Headmaster VSaltS there for mlscreats Stuby Mercy' Mercy' Prof Leathers No' go thou base creature' CEx1t Prof Leathers leavmg Stuby Wlth Dr Huber J Stuby despalrlngly stays An lnstant later h1S death cry hallow and gruesome fills the t1r Curtaln Joke Eds I 1 118 3 u . . J K! ! 't : Y L , s V " . . . . I . - . . I . l . , 0 7 ' 7 7 7 . - , . . y . , typewriters, Dr. Huber, and Prof. Leathers. Stuby enters, down- ll . 7 ' - ' t . . . , . . Q . . , . , , . . . Y U, . ' 1 .. . Y ' o xl 4 , u I n 7 'X l ' 9 ' . . 7 . , . ,aw Ream Do you thlnk anyone around here yylll loan me S5 00" Doyle Don t ask me Hunger las alum clock goes ofl'J Ah I fooled you that tlme I yyasn t asleep qVSdltZ to K St xllsmlth What lb your favorlte color? Kltty Stallsmlth S1r Reese ICBFISGJ Agnew That m rn Flnls must have been a great yvr1ter Sloop Why so? Agneyy llls name 15 1n llmost every book Iknoyy so many many glrls I knoyy most all ln toyyn I knoyy the pretty bobbed halred one But none of them know me A melancholy Senlor Hunger Psy cholognts tell us that yy omen llke bad men sav that she yy ouldn t marry the best man on earth Cood looklng Cr1de1 The ladles all admlre They thlnk he s a truthful boy But really he s 1 student' And handsome Klrnak IN 1 ladles man you see And to b8"lLll1lfLll Ruth He sald Gee you look good to me There s a good shoyv at the Llncoln Way And that shoyy I d l1ke to y1eyy But I can t emoy It dear unless I slt wlth you So s1nce I h we the money don t fear to let me know For w1th you at my qld9 dear I d llke to see the show' Dr Huber Yes Karnak ova means egg Karnak Oh IS that yyhy yy hen an orator gets bad eggs thrown at h1m It IS called ovatlon P1110 ' I Y . ' c V' . . , 7 2 ' : : , ' ' . , V vm N 1 1 v . 1 .1 . L Q C x Q C C n : ' , : ' . : z ' '. s ' . ': 1 . ' z s ' . v Y K 'Y VY . 7 . C , 3 v uv - . , Karnak: There may be something to that. I've heard a girl v I v I - . . ' . Q 4 . ' ' 9 K 1 v ,W 4 1 C n C -... n . yn .1 4 4 l v, c . 1 I c , K , C . 1 ' U v . , , . , . y 7 ' v' Y , . V . . . . 9 7 K ' W. 1 V , .. c V , ' ' 7 ' H . , , . . : :, ' , . 3 y ' , ' , . ill? . Nonsense It xx as a summer day 1n winter and the sun was shlnlng snow when the good seamen Hasenfuss Hunger Ream Leach Hutchison set sa1l wlth Columbus ln 1492 on the Good Shlp Rock and Rye and on the other shlps xx hlch made up the squadron They set 9311 across the mlserable 11X er whlch at that tlme was called the Atlantlc Ocean As they left the people stood on the shole under thelr ramcoats and umbrellas ln the scorchlng sun cheerlng these brave men who set out for a definlte polnt but who dld not know where they were golng I went along as the prlvate secretary for Doctor Flchtner who was a very rlch man and who had a very extenslve tradlng bus1 ness wlth the natlves of South Amerlca He recelved a great demand for Afrlcan golf balls and sold qulte a few Fords We salled along for days and nlghts and weeks and ln fact for WQHIS The weather was wonderful The sun was shmmg brlghtlx and It ralned all the tlme The waxes rolled hlgh and smooth and tossed the shlp about nolselessly as the wlnd blew us Many notable people were on thls trlp There was hls thele was llenrx P Smlth a noted eng1nee1 who d1d all the plumblng wo1k 1n the Woolwolth blllldlllg there was Allen Ixershnel who was so brlght people had to look at h1m thru smoked gl xss the1e was Moses Studholm who lead the Israelltes out of Egypt mto the Promlsed Land and othels too numelous to mentlon It xx as mldnlght on the ocean not a stleet car was ln Qlght when out walked a drunken S31l01 on the deck and addressed the full moon thus You needn t take on and look so proud Guess you re full only once a month and I m full exely nlght On the same ex enlng Captaln Crlder walked mto the ballroom He was about to dance w1th a fastldlous lady who suggested that he put on his gloves before proceedmg to dance Whereupon Capt Cr1de1 replled bruflly Never mlnd me Ill wash up when Im thru danclng It was m1d day and the I'1QlI'lg sun was settlng 1n the west the llttle fishes 1n the trees were cuddled ln thelr nest whlle Colum I 10 Y . y. . . , V 9 Y ! l 7 , . 7 . . 7 , D , . Y L . . y V . 7 . . y . . . . . , Y 1 a 7 Y n D. L l l . v . . . F 7 . on. - 1 ' T ' . 1 Majesty, Owen H. King, the president of the African Republic: -1 v - uv I D , l 1, . . v 1 . v 1 . . S y .' zssg ' fr . , . ' L , 4. 1 V S . . v L 1 Y . K. Y ' 1 I , sn 7 . , . . r , 9 , , ' ar , . 3 ' ,, ' , H ' 9. 7 ' 3 Y ' ' 77 V v . Y . . Y . I K . Y . . . bus stood on the deck lookmg thru a mlcroscope after a hun dred years he slghted land We passed beneath the Statue of Llberty and at last landed at Coney Island ln 1865 After a r1de on the merry ,go round the sallors got sea slck Whlle on shore I shook hands wlth in Irlshman named Doyle I zsked hlm how he llked the country and he replled Q0 much lndade that I lntend to become a natlve at once An I11sh hackm ln drove Flchtner and myself a long dlstance up Flfth Avenue ln a peltlng ram Flchtner finally asked Are you not terrlbly wet Pat? Ah shure was the quick replx It s not the wet that s troublm me but lndade I m so horr1ble FY Most of the crew after a short stay IH New York Clty came to Cettysburg to hear LIHCOIHQ Gettysburg Address We be came settled and Vou w1ll stxll find most of us here C A K Ruthle made an angel Q 1ke Cha1les ate It GVGIQ crumb 'Ihen he heard the mgels drum Callmg softlv Charles come And he went' fCood byej Prof Zerbe Martz whx weren t you at church Sundax lllgllto lVIa1tz I was at church Prof Zerbe You werent at the College Church I dldn t see you on the left sxde where you ue supposed to Slt Marta No I w ent to bt James Church and sat on the left 1de Karnak If you would marry a Widow w1th two chlldren w hat would you have? Dos le I glve up Karnak A second hand l1zz1e and two runabouts Owen Klng Say Sh1elds how old are v0u'7 Shlelds Twenty Why? O Klng Goodness graclous I dldn t know one could get that ugly 1n twenty years Pa 12 1 . . C 5 - K I , L ' I Y K L 'L 1 1 1 . I . Y I 1 LI C L 1 L C c C L . . . l H . 7 I c , sr I c , - , ' , , an C n fu. 'W I ' I 1 ' C C . Y . . . . I H . c . , - H u . ra ' 1 , 9 ' Y A ' Q, l za' 9, 9 - y - 9 , - . c I , , . d ,Y 1 . l V 1 7 K Y v ' 7 1 L L- ' L L v L 9 . If C 1 . , N For her darllng Charles sake. A Q . 4 v C 1 W I V9 C L ' cc , , n 1 '- . v f -v v . 1 - ' . v y v V Y ' n 9 , U C U 1 L c ' I ' I . u v , . , Y 1. v 4 1 w . L C L L n r I v ' I' N 1. : . , . I c b . 0 , ' v l . v ' Y 7 ' . , . . C C o L L. V . n I V . , I, V . ' I Y . , . J I . 1 0 . , v . . , I , .. jll' Q In iallroad station on way to Gettysburg Kainak to ticket Agent Can I take this t1a1n to Gettysbu1g" Agent No it belongs to the P D R Co I diem the line on kissing She S'llCl in accents fine lie xx as A tootbeill play 81 And so he hit the line I put this queetlon hopelessly To ex erv one I knevs What X ould xou do if sou vseie m To pioxe that you vsele xou'7 Fichtner Doctoi s bills" Oh my fathei IS a doctoi eo I can be 1ll fO1 nothing Kellai My fathei IS a puson eo I can be good fO1 nothing -X B ikel IS the h ippiest min on euth Exelythlng he stus p ins up xx ell -Xll he lxneids IS hle He has p entx of dough and chap and does things up blovsn He IS usuallx vs ell b1e'1d and sometimes 61 high iollei Ile mixes xsell Besldee he is pious and cheertullx ices his fax ois foi eweig body The bake1 1s the Ollglfldl wise man ot the Yeast Theie was 1 xoung man named Simon Swd Who kiesed fx glll on the eye 15 d Sfud Qhe to the lad Xoui aim is xeu bid You should pl lttlte 1 bit Q0 he dvd D1 Iluber 1n Cicero Yes the Romqne vseie superstitious about mirrlage and everything Pairy Ewen now some people are superstitious You can find some people xx ho are dfiaid to get mallled on Friday be cause they think it will mean bad luck D1 Huber Well It 15 a dangeious thing to get ma1r1ed any dav in the week I I I I : , ' . . . . . I V . . K. , fc I . x u v w 4 I I V 1 " 9 ' T 1, 7 ly' 1 ' Y 1 ' 9 ' ' 7 V ' 7 ' ' . .1 ' , . '. . . . . . .. , A . , , . 2 1 C z'. . . V V . . ' . ' 1 . s I 1 I I L . A I n n Q x I .1 his stock is rising. lle certainly takes the cake. He's a stirring 1 I , ' 5 I ni ' v . .ni A1 V7 v 1 K. y I 4 I 7 I 1 - 1 v aw 1 v 1 V 1 .1 ,. ' ' J z j K , vtxxw C . 4 v - Y S c . .V , 1 Y 'LY C 3 ' . 'z ' " z ' V. t , . '. f ' ' : . ' f ' . : ' s C . . I a o v 7 1 A D ' I 1. I , . .L Q . Q . If ID the dark you t1y to loss You may be sure the glrl W1ll see that you ale not to mlss What sets your bram 1yyh1rl Nevs ton Snly ely yy ms Ovelllellfl smgmg th1 to l'lllIlS6lt The vlolet loves '1 sunny bank The cow sllp lox es the sea The scarlet creepe s loy es the elm But I loye t t tel A runnmg boy A banana peel A sudden thud A llttle squeel A bloken tooth A bloody nose And that s as far As the story goes There 13 '1 Small matter yyhlch Some of ou1 f1l6lldS Seem to very modeSt and do not yy1Sh to Speak of lt The Hall Room Boys Cuss 1nd Ike G Ream Lend me a liver old fellow and I yy 1ll be eyelllst mgly lndebted to you R Doyle Thatsexactly wh 1tI 1m 1f1'11d of my boy Here hes Wesley Pa1ry Who formerly oyyned a da1ry But water became dear So Wesley rests here Kmg You Want to keep your eyes open around here today Sleepy Leavltt What for? Kmg Because people yy 1ll thlnk you are crazy 1f you dont I Q Y rigs, C Y . 1 f 'Y j '23 ' ' 2' ' 's ' Q ': I I c I c , v I ' uw ni C g ' - - 2. . 7 C v Y S , ' 7 v, Y 7 7 have forgotten. To ufi it iS necefifliary' in our bL1Sine5SS. YVe are N ll .fi w , I , ., Y l. c . , KK 99 ,' , , I , 4 - Cx ' . f : 'g ' ' 2 2 2 '2 ' , U' v T 7 v A I 2 C , . I , KK 7, n . ' vu y n Y c x 1 0 Page IQZJ HoHlman to C0ll1HQ Whs are 5ou so small' 0St61lUY1Cl Max be 1te because he has been 1a1sed on canned mllk and IS condensed' E1ght o clock Clase I love beet I loxe to use before the lest I l1l1e to m1ss my b1eakfaQt too I do Ido llke fun I do' Ream Whx ls a sweetheart l1ke 1 kex hole' Kfunak ixueelxj Max be It s because thev ale ha1d to fmd' Re1m No no' Thex a1e both somethmg to 1 dool fado1eJ P1Of Lelevs Bakel use the mold IO16ClOH6 IH a sentence tlotheel lle met he1 Ill the meadow -Ks the sun was 'slllklflg lovs Thex strolled along togethe1 In the tvs1l1ght afterglow Patlentlx she vxalted As he lou 91 ed all the bam Hel soft ex es beamed upon h1m AQ 1 1d1 1nt 'ls the sta1s She ne1the1 smlled H01 thanked hlm Because Qhe knevx not how F01 he xx as but a fa1me1 Q bov And he was a Jersey covs Cnen Edgar Maltz To prove Edgzu NIa1tz la a mse man P1 oof Martz had b1g feet Blg feet IQ a b1g underetandmg A blg undelstandmg 1s vsladom A man vs 1th ulsdom 18 a vuae man Therefore Martz IS a VSIGQ man 1 ' kr: I 1 7 L- i w 1 I V . , w 14 ' W , - 'S ' . Aix L , , . A . K 3 7 7 ' .- : j ' s ' ' z ' j- '. 1 I ' V. Y I v . ,1 I W 4 1 l Q ' K I x V 1 K L I L 1 E : V . vv 4 A kv ' i 1 4 1 . ' . ' ': ', 3 ' ' ' ' Q ' - .3 . E. Baker: My brother spends his money foreelose ffor . 1 7 W 1 ' 1 . 'z 'z fs 3 4 S ' - S ' Q . V ' 1 v 1 I 1 1, Q , u y ,tn 1- ' I ' ' . Y. 7. .S fn i . M . 7.x . I , ' Ita We would llke to know wh It s wlong w1th Cuss ll wentuse I Lately we hear h1m golng I10UIlCl the bLl1Id1Ilg'S elnglng 1 httle dltty all of hw own Carollne Calollne be mme 151111 Xet stlll once more' Alw 11s alw ays 1lw us In the tutule evelmorel Karnak Cuua the Great must have been an IIICQSQ 1nt talker Leach How come " Karnak Well doeent the book tell how he dld babble on fB1bylonJ I c1lled her Robe Llly V10l6t s 11d Klow And all the bloaaoms of the Spung bhe wud I cannot be l1ke those You lllac GX erx thlngl An aw ful crash I say I saw the gold and red splash I aw the break of day Hunger to Anna Baker Is your laat name B1ker Wlll lt ever be Hoffman 'I -X Baker I don t know It m1ght OVQIIIQHICI IH Stexens Hall IIUtCll1QOI1 Do you know you ve got youl hand ln my pocket' Parry Yea Im looklng f0l my pocketbook Hutch Then why don t you teel IH your own pocket? Duke I have and 1t1SIl t there In Latln Dr Huber Whele do you find Caro meanlng dear? Swartz It s a nomlnatlve prepoiltlon Dr Huber Well when we are young we dont know much 1bo11t dears but we learn w hen we 1re older lil V ' . ' V , ' u 77 , ' I I I 2 I' I 1 2 I III . c ' c 2 ' I' I Z f I . H . A . . . 1 , c , 2 YZ , Y 1 . l Y A 7 ' V. V V V V . V. V . 1 N I , c c I , 1 1 v I , ' 4 1 77 , . V - V V V . ' 1 . . U I I -Ir c . . 7 V ' . , e c - V c I 1 . Y Y. WI l N c , , , II: II, Lx 1 Q ., 1 . U . 'ff 1 1 ' V , ' .av -i I heard an awful crash- V V 1. V . - - . 9 1 V nf , S I . I I' -I c 2 ? g 1 , v v ' . I . . , . 1 I ' y I l O v V V , v fn . Y I A I . V . l , . 1 . I . at H , v ' ' , , 46 aa , - - a c C 5 Q . : , y H rs ' ca .77 ' , l . . . . . I . 9 Y 4 Y , . . , I 1,, v V v I C k C C 1 'riff' L," Kmg to P1Of Wetzel Do you en1ox cuttlng the laxxn" Prof Wetzel Oh xes 1ts moxx er fun In the tempest of llfe When all need an umbrella Max xours be upheld Bx 1 handsome young felloxx Challes Le-meh Caffectxonatelxj Malx defxr Ixe had some thlng hesltatlng on mx llps fol some time and noxx Mary UD Q1nte11upt1ngD Oh Chaxxlle hovx I do hate those llttle mustaches Yes' I ansxxeled you last nxght INo' th1s IT101H1l1g' IWISS I sax Colols seen bx Cmdle hght W1ll not look the s :me bx day Thex canteloupe xx 1th me Is 1ust because thex 16 peaches And Im a lemon see' H bmlth Eh?" Ernest Baker fbashfullx to hls g1rlJ What a beautlful dog Is he afiectlonateq CUnknovxn g1I'l9D Is he affect1onate" Indeed he IS Hele Blunol Come good dOgg18 and shoxx Elnest Bake1 hoxx to klss me' Ray Doyle saxd that h1s doctor gaxe hlm so much IYIQCIICIIIB that he was slck a long txme after he got well The xx ater rushed about the land It vxas a dreadful thlng Whence It came I do not knoxx Unless It xx as the Sprmg Hutchlson I could IIWB on onions alone Parry You d haxe to u v ' y 7 ' ' 1 V 1 - ' 1 . 7 Y uv L 1 U C x . 1 - I Q 1 v , C c Y . t , c , I S ' ' I 11 - n Y . v 1 . I . , , . . 1 1 KK H , , , ' . . . , as Y as 'N , ' ' , . . , , - . .3 W. 2 - , The reason why the glrls all say v y' . ' . 1- Q J . . . 1 Q W ' . , . . .... . . . . . W 4 v . - I 1 . v l 1 . ' 1 1 . n 7 1 1 v - ,, v,, .W V . W . . 1 Y. . I .. 't Y , . 3 . Y 7 ' v. N ' . 7 v IG. ' l.' The boy Stood on the burnmg deck Rellef shlps blevv thelr horns Alfms he could not ewen move h1s neck The he xt had popped hls corns Oh tell me vxhe1e 19 fancy bred? She aeked and gettlng bolder She placed he1 llttle darllng head And chln on O II Kmg s shoulder And he vuth no more poetry m HIS soul than 1n a Quakers Replled wx 1th '1 pleasant grm You ll find xt 'lt the bakel el It lb easv enough to be studloue When echool thee by llke a bong But the lad wx O1 th wx hlle Is the one Vklth a sm1le Tho everythlng goee dead wrong But tell me dea1 Mlss IS lt proper or common 7 Ellzabeth blushed deep and excl umed Well I vovs I thlnk that 1 k1ss IS both proper md common Dr lluber 1n Latln tllklng about people vs ho are fx ee spend ers of money Young people hue a bad hf1b1t of apendmg money It IS lndeed 1 bad hablt It eometlmes palaly zes, people Pfzrrx Then I haven t even had '1 cr imp yet George Ream I have 1 genulne Cremona V1ol1n Leach Whats, that ln these days? I have the flneat cowbell known to Jazz Doc F1chtne1 I ll nex er go r1d1ng Wlth that football referee 1n the eame car agaln Doyle Why? Doc He looked at me and my glrl and penallzed me 15 yards for l'lOlCl1llg P117 ' 1 7 C n 1 1 . 1 I C x . cc , , ' , as 7 x C . A U ' ' Q f y N , ' ' be C I I . ,1 1 7. . 3 . 1 . ,Y 'fy 9 v C v as 1 ' C 3, rv 1 a . . 4 1 C , . , m C V 4 -. w -1 l K5 I, - 1 . v v A kms, sald Doc Flchtnel, IS a noun we allow, 4 ' ' ' 1 ' Y 7 ' K 7 4 7 1 . 4' 4 .ww . v I I C nm L C 1 l . 7 2 , , 1 . K, , , ,, . . n I C V C x . . . . . ,, n C . L. Y ' Q , ac y an c V' . c ' c 2 . C : C 2 I u n ,N I . C 1 n CK 7? ' ,: ! Y ' ' ' C ' . . as av , - ,, ' Q 1 I, ugr' 2 Qhakeepeale s best L0m6dl9S are NOth1!lg' Much Domg and Juet as You Sax so saxs one of the Englleh teet papers Prof ln Phx QICS Noxx I ll let mx hat 1ep1 eeent the moon Ale there any questlons l Leaxltt Is the moon lIlh3b1t6d9 P1of Zerbe fln Frenchj I thmk that Bettlna dld rxght Booly He1ndel I don t thmk she d1d Prof Zerbe You are rlght to thmk eo 1n fact I alxx axs r encourage xou to thlnk fol xourself Prof Zerbe Hunger xx1ll xou tranelate the next l1ne Hunger ftlanelatlngj Ou1 ue le xeux blell 'rot Yerbe Slmons tr 11181 ite the next p xragraph Ixlttx btallsmlth QI lllghlllgl Jlof Lerbe XR ell xxh xt 18 the m Ittel xx 1th that? Studholm f1n Phx wus L 1b J Cee 'NIe1cu1x dropped txxo beloxx thu mornlng PHIX Was he xelx bldlx hurt" In Slmons Un Ldtlll expectmg D1 Huber to grant genel 11 pe1m1xs1onJ Hoxx about the game to mght' Dr llubel I thlnlx It xx1ll be a good one Stubx INICQ xx eathel xxe are hax mg Ream Yes but It xx on t laet long Stubx Hoxx s that" Ream Why I can feel the change 1n mx pocket bmlth to barber Ale you the barber that Cut mx ha1r last? Barber Hardlx Ixe onlx been hele a 5931 qh1elds You s1t dovxn on ex e1x xoke I XX1lt9 Hunger Well I xx ouldnt lf thele vxae anx polnt to them l 4 R Yi ,, i ' . ii ' ' 7Y se I I . , , c it 4 1 Y s v ,, w 1 vw ' I y l wx K6 . an ' , s ' ' ' . . : ' ' . 3 ' , ' j t y to ' j ' ' j . I '. l : C' s, fz sz .' 2 ' . E. Simons ftranslatingl : Oh, the raing he is going to be xx'et. " " L' ' .x ' : ,z ' I ' '. ' : ' , ' 2 z ' " . S ' 2 . : 1 x, I ' ' ' 2..l,: W.: , 2 Lv i . n, L , . . 1 Y . 7' . . , ,' : , ' ' ' . . Y . J ' : , ' g . N' I u 4 7 . .. . 1 Y , . , . k . S: US. V ,, 7 xv.. I - ' 7 ' 4 1 V ' . , . I . ' J' 1.8 To Gut F riendb To tuimsh something north xx hlle .mt .i modelate pilee has been the supieme task ot the business mcmageis ot this yecu book We h.ue gone to 1 gieat deal ot expense to piepfue this Annual to mu Il0th1flg'0i the great amount ot time and labor th xt haxe entoied into its makeup It is onlx hiough the geneiositx ot the triends of the -Xcfidemx, xx hose adx ertisements occupy the towel ill oui expenses, .Ind we auoidinglx ask tt it wou shou xoui uppiecifxtion .xlong with ouzs bn pfxtronifmg the bubmees houses heiem repie sented on even occasion th'1t xou can Lonx enientlx do so They fue all ieliable houses ot long stand ing and we eainestlx eommend them to xoui p it ionage L -X Ix -Xssoc Ed IL , Y Q' , . -1 1 - 1 - , ' , .' . . 2 ' ' ' ' Q . , -t . . S' Y ' ' ' A, remainder of this book, that it has been possible to m v . 2 . Alf K. K. - . v J . . . v ' vf . K. V L2 uv L, V l, 1 . -I '. ' V . v' .sy Y 1 'f ' , '1' 1 1 1 1 - ' . - :I 1 Y 1 kv' c Y nn 1 v ' -lv v Y u 1 1 l,,,: , Do You Know that no 1nst1tut1on charges all that It costs to educate 1tS students? Some charge thlrty per cent some fifty some seventy five accordlng to the generoslty of the frlends of that school The klndness of frlends of Get tvsbulg 1n former years makes It posslble to educate a student here for about fifty per cent of the real cost No matter what you pay some one else has pald an equal amount That Your Boy mlght have an educatlon and not only become a leader of hls communlty but enjoy a cultured llfe whlch IS woxth more than money In appreclatlon of that do you not thmk It would be only talr fo1 you to make a contr1but1on to the Endow ment Fund so that some othex person s boy mlght enjoy the ame pr1x1lege" The old endowment IS no more ade quate nor are the old bU1ld1l'1g'S suffi lent OX91 a hun dl ed students ale 1OOITl1l1g 1n town In these days of 1azz and fads 1n every thlng ex en re l1g'1Ol1 the nature of the school to which the boy goes 19 of supreme lmportance A box IH Gettysburg Academy undel the vsatchful svmpathetlc cale of Prof Huber and hls C3.16fllllV chosen ass1stants Is As Safe ln Gettysburg as he 18 at home Such mstltutlons ale the salx at1on of the nat1on xx 01 th mole to her than a merchant ma11ne a tarlff a new terr1tory or a gold balance among forelgn natlons Help Gettysburg to contmue maklng he1 school as safe and as wholesome as the best Chrlstlan home You can make no better and no more permanent ln xestment IH the whole xxolld Wlll you lend a hand and make It as safe for the boys of the futu1e to be avs ay at school As At Home . ' ' -9 r w w . ' t L ' , . N . . L - ' -In ' n r . . , . . . , 7 ,'. ' 7 . . - ' , . . a C' 7 - ' ' 1 fn' 7 . , L n V . ' 1 v ' ' y ' v 5 L 1' - ' 1 7 , . . t , Y - ' . 1 . , . . 7'v ' 'v Q 1. 1 . M . .. c . I , 1 'w ' w ' ' 1 . 1 - 7 ' . t . . . . ' y . . .' , . . 7 . I 7 7 l 1 Q .. . I v v . . . t t . . Y L Y 7 ' . ' v I Y I . . . . , v. 1 N . '51 .30 Prof Lerew Un Anclent Illstoryj What dxd Alexander do? Leach He spread Greece all over the world Ilasenfuss Thls fountaln pen acts l1ke a woman Crlder How s that? llasenfuss It w on t dry up' Prof Leathers Sh1elds what dld you hlt Martz for? Shlelds He called me a hy pochondrlac and I don t wfant to be called any -mlm 11 n lmes Prof Lerew to Cob Hunger What tlme dld you get ln last Illghto Hunger A quarter of twelve Lerew No you dldn t I sat up unt1l tw elxe Hunger Well lsn t 3 a quarter ot tw elwe O yes they fell What fell? I ll tell Tw as the shades of mght Taney What makes a lamp chlmney smoke? Rlnehart I glve up Taney Because It can t chew Karnak That glrl of yours ls a sweet k1sser Hasentuss How do you know " Karnak Oh I had It rlght from her own 1 s Prof Leathers Where IS your Algebra? C Shlelds I left my Algebra ln my Anclent Hlstory Volce ln the rear of the room Oh that s old' Many sheets of paper Many bottles of 1nk Make a b1t of poetry 'Sooner than you th1nk fl I l I u 7 . . .K . I : ' . l . , . . , - , 9 l w Y ,. V Y - I LL xx. . l T . . ': , . - o v l 7 .. , c vc 2 2 I. . , cc! U I ' ' X ' vo I , . v v . , . . . ' V ' v v 9 Y 7 7 , . Twas an awful slght. 7 7 Y ' . . . ': . ' ' f . I : . I ,. ' 7 : . . ' . 4 ' . y , . ' ' V 1 . , p.. X W' I - ' y . . . j . I I . . . I , 7 Y I . ' K . l l I l U. Gettysburg College Courses of study are offered ln the llberal arts and sc1 ences and 1n Vocatlonal subjects all leadlng to a bache 101 s degree These courses are d1Vlded 1nto two mam g1OLlpS In the in st group a student may select a major subject ln vxhlch he wlshes to speclahze as fo1 lnstance Engllsh Greek Latln French German Mathematlcs Phllosophy Hlstoly Educatlon Economlcs P0lltlC3l SCIGHCQ Chem 1Nt1Y B1ology Physlcs etc comblmng w1th It a closely related subject as a m1nor and other subjects as electlves selected w1th the guldance of the p1 ofessor ln the major subject as advlser A Class1cal Course a Blology fPre 'VIed1calJCou se a Ch mlstrx Course a Physlcs Course a Teachers Tra1n1ng Coulse etc may IH th1s way bc chosen The degrees glanted Ill thlq group of coulses ale l Bachelor 2 Bachelor The courses 1n xocatlonal nature ple cubed The Bachelor Bachelor Bachelor Bach lor of Arts of Scxe ce the second group are of a techmcal and ln wh1ch the subjects a1e ln the mam degl ees granted are of Scl n e lndustnal Engmeermg n Clvll Engmeermg Mechanical Engineering of Sc ence of Scxen e of Sclence Electrical Engmeenng opt1onal course 1n M1l1ta1y Tra1n1ng IS offered ln connectlon wlth mv college course ID the Reselve Of fi els T1a1n1ng Corps CR O T CJ establlshed by the War Department The gox elnment furnlshes each stu dent fl ee all the necessary equlpment IH arms ammunl tlon Ul'l1fOll'1'1 and durlng the last two years 40 cents per day IH cash for subslstence Gettvsbulg College has a splendld educatlonal equlp ment Good bu1ld1ngs lncludmg 1ec1tat1on halls dorml tones laboratorle chapel gsmnaslum and new Welden sall Y M C A Hall wlth sw1mm1ng pool Flne athletlc fields and all mtelcolleglate sports Act1ve hterary so cletles debatlng clubs and well tralned muslcal clubs Student government and honor system H1ghest grade college educatlon at Velv low cost College opens the thlrd Wednesday of September For Catalog Bulletm and beautlful book of College and Bat tlefleld VIQVVQ address the Presldent W A GRANVILLE Ph D LLD Gettysburg Pa 1 Z 3 N w . . . . . -- . , - J . . . . c . . 1 N 5 . . . . D y - 'N 1 W - - A l l ' L N 9 9 9 1 . - . . ' 7 7 . Y , Y 9 l nl y l ' J 7 ' -1 - v ,' ' A 1 7 , K Y '7 . . i . . 1 . . 1 . v I i ' Y N. . - . . . . . . . , l rs , ' T e . U' , ' . , . , . . Q . . E A 5 'Y 1 I Q . . H1 'I . . . . c . . ' n . 0 1 1 . 1 1 I ' I . . 1 S 4. l Q kv : 3. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. 4. 'e c in ' ' ' . 5. i i ' ' ' ' . 6.. ' c in ' ' . . 7. e ' in ' ' ' . An . ' I . ' 1 . 1 1 C .I - n . 7 Q ' ' v ' L L A, 1 a s u - 7 . l - . . . .- ' Y . . 1 . 7 Y 9 L' r L . - 1 1 ' .. Y . T v . . - s 1 Ja 9 ., ' 1 . . L' . l - I. . . - . . . , . , . - c . . Qt ni . 1 Y ' y . . t . 6 . . - . , . . . , . . , . ., . ., , . 3' -X Lowe Atla1r Two Acts M1 Wllllam Hunge1 Lew Cody s only rlyal P1etty Mlss 'P Much enamoured by W1ll1'1m Scenes are lfud 1n the parlor ot nt private resldence not tar up Blltlmore Street In openlng scene Mlss 9 1s CHSCOVGIQCI s1tt1ng 111 1 lzrge 1ef1d1ng ch111 paglng through Vln ty F111 Act I Pletty Wllss Oh deu I do ulsh Bllly would soon come Ixe xx uted one whole mlnute '1lre1dy tor h1m fP1ss1onatelyJ I bet he s v xmped one of those Hood College glrls O1 someone 1n York ag un Ill fix h1m 1ust walt t1ll he gets here WIoto1 C31 IN hea1d passlng at 90 per 1nto duveway and ou1 handsome Yours OCCWSIOHHIIX ente1s the pulor A L1 Doug Ffurblnks Pretty Mlss t1lt61 1 ten sm zcks ot NVh1tm1n s Qmmplelj O B1lly de 1r' You re so handsome' B111 H fColdlxJ Thank you Prettv Mlss B117 Dont be so sarcastlc However 1ts not your fault -Xct II null follow lmmedmtely keep vour seats Act II Scene Same as 1n Act I Pretty Mlss O Bllly dear don t be cross I dldn t mean that 1nd besldes when xou get angry you tre the ex lct lmage ot Bert Lx tell and you knovs how you dlsllke hlm B111 H Crememberlng another date and maklng one bound out of the parlorj V1s1tor It Academy I ab Dldn t Chas Le 1ch work here at one tlmel Prof Zlegle Yes but he was xerv careless 1n the use ot chem lcals Notlce that shght dlscolorment on the ce1l1ng up there? Vlsltor Yes Prot Zlegler That s Charles Leach Ill 1 iq. 1 A 1 x I . .K 1 , .VA .................... c . . . . . . . 1 1 c c 1 c I . . i . . .H I 1. . r . 1 11 . 1 1 1, . 1 V . . . U . .IH Z c 'I c ' 2 ' ' 2 If c . 1 4 v ' s- 1 4 v'1 ' v 1 7' 1 11. c , 1 1 . -.' y ' 1 ' ' .sf v c ,c c . 111 ,Y 1 W l 1 41 I L 1 L A L I. , . . V . . c . ,V 1 . 1 1 1-'s 1 1 ' ' ' 1' Y Y 1 1 1 11 c ' c 1 41 ,' ,H , . , 1 1 11 L 1 c - c- . . I 1 c c 1. Y . . . I 1 . . , . ,N . 1 - 1 1 1 1 . l 11 c c 1 1 11 c 1 1: . , . A Y , Y Y , c . 1 c 1 . u ' as Y , ' 1 1- 7 w ' v ' v7 t . . 1 1: 1 . 1 1 Y' ' v. l W 1 c , V 1 . K1 C511 0 7 1' w. ' . I sw ' 7 1 1. , , , 1 . c 4 1- 1 V I I rl i l . c 1 1 U c .c v v V .w. . sf v . 14 ' va ' ' -1. I I . , 1 I 1 c c A .. 1. c - 1 . . V. N Y Y 1 . 1 - . -. 1, 1, u 1 . 1 1, . .'. . 1 . . . . . , ' . . 1 1 c . jlf' 1.13 VICTOR CUSHWA 8: SONS S H I P P E R S BIG VEIN GEORGES CREEK COAL Brlck Manufacturers Bunlders Supplles W ILLIAMSPORT MD Both local an 1 lung dlbtance telephonee R lynx HAG1-3HsT0W1f1, Mb. Q ' ' . Paullne had a l1ttle lamp It was well tramed no doubt For every tlme that Crlder came The llttle lamp went out? Last nxght early th1s molnlng the empty bu1ld1ng full of fur mture burned down The man who wasn t ln the bulldlng ran down stalrs and bulned hlmself ln an empty bucket of cold yy ater They lmmedlately called the fire department whlch has not been heard from SIHLQ Prof Dulebohn You dldnt hear my quest1on'7 Were you dream1ng" Conrad No slr xV1lll3.IT'l Taney s socks made too much nolse The beauty snuggled IH h1s arms And leaned agalnst h1S chest But ah alas her lovellness Lay scattel ed on h1s vest Hoffman Haye you forgotten that vou one me a touple of dollars? Prof Zerbe to M1 Ostellund when Mr Osterlund Vlblted the Academy I see you1 son IS qulte 'in athlete 1n school' Mr Osterlund Oh yes he shows great form runnlng through my money The vsagon stlcks 1ts tongue out When the yy ood beglns to shed And the bell rmgs down the curtaln When the bed stands on lts head The table trles to cross lts legs The carpet always hes Mewnwhlle the new potato Is malung goo goo ey es Fllbert I thlnk I haye a cold or somethlng ln my head Strlecher Probably a cold Pay 135 . . , ! 7 V 7 K . 1 I . Q . . . - . Y , . . . y . , . u n K q 1 . . . ,Y i . c . . , . . c . K . . , 3 7 A7 kk? : f ' ' . V ' - ' Hunger: No, not yet, but give me time and I will. 4 : nw , 4 rj .ni . I C . n 4 . : , ' ., . - ' v . L L , K ' 7 . 3. ' ' , V Y. . K, c ' l ' c . : . V L . . K i IC The Rlght Tallor on the Wrong Side of the Street We Do Dry Cleaning B R E H Nl The Tailor I T n Prof Dulebohn Can you glve me '1 bub1ect thit IS efxsy st1ck to? Rlnehart Fly papel B nelly Do your new shoes hurt? llutchwon Nlo but my feet do If fx burglar sllpped through a bflsement door To ste 11 1 hfnm would the furnwte rofu l It he stopped to see lf the hlm were good Would the coal thute qlllCkQI' thfm Rob Wood" R C Sloop Whwt m zkes you so crusty thlg mormng H P Smlth Hfmd '1 lo'1f of st 1le bread for brefikfflst Studholm I tame ne mr sellmg mv Qhoes todfty O ll Klng How s th lt' Qtudholm I hld them hilt soled ll SIITIOHS When w as that? ke1shne1 When I w IS 1 bfxbx fNot so long lgo J Illll Do you w fmt somethlng, swell" Cleenwood Yes lllll Put 1 sponge III watel Bennett I know where xou mn get 1 thlcken Cllllllel tol 1 dlme Comad Whele Bennett At 1 bud store K Bmclay llow to vou catch fx SQUIFIGIQ Ifllbelt Co up 1 tree 'md t'1lk nutty to hlm Agnew Wh It becflme of that tellow who wfns kllled the other d I E Bake1 I dont know Whit becflme of h1m" Agnew Oh he IQ deqd now 1111 . I ' . c I I c 'I' c k to 2 ' ' z : ' s J . l. I 4 , . c ' ' ' S l c S , xi C C C , V C I C '6- ' K1 K1 l 2 V ' ' -' ' l 1 . . . : . z 5 : 3 1 ' ? 1 1 . : C C C S C C C 1 N 1 if 1 . w ' X Q C n U L x C 1 . Q v, v I A n 1 0 L C Q l : 2 z '-S . Kershner: Do you know, I used to ride in my own carriage? N. 1 I '1 'Y ' 'I 'QS a . .' z . z : Q ' f .' f . 1' ' 1 ' :'. 2 : . S ' ' '. I v v Lv .2 2 a ' - ' . ' - 2 . . . fl : . ' ' S . . c 1 2 I V ' c I' l I . " ' : 1 z ' . 1 ' . I f 2 c ' I I ' 'c l ay '. 4 0 7 V . n n - C C n , : , 1 . . ,I g U . "' Gettysburg Ice 6: Storage Co e Ice Cream Pasteurued Milk Esmmo Pres BOTH PHONES Gettysburg Ice 6: Storage C0 lc ,,. . c. B. muunemv, Mgr. Karnak Wh'1t a slck looklng watch Swlnn Yes It s hours are numbered Prof Dulebohn Whele do bugs go ln the w1nter'? Hendrlchson Search me Found A Caesar pony Inqulre Room 21 Stevens Hall Lost Some good marks Flnder please return to Plane Geo metry class Geo Ream Do you know I m a great art1st'? I drew a hen so natural that when I threw lt ln the waste basket lt lfud there' Karnak Is that so? Flchtner She llkes onlons Ixarnak How do vou know '7 Taney Why should a young man never ralse hlS straw hat to a lady? Conrad Why shouldn t he 7 Taney Because It IS never felt Tw as m1dn1ght ln the parlor Twas darkness everywhere The sllence was unbroken Thele was nobody there Stung I m no angel by any means Or a hero of the mov1e screens But when It comes to love slrens l1ke thee Oo La La'Ou1'Ou1' Curtaln Dr Huber flll CICGTOJ Wrong guessmg agaln Swlnn iunder hls breathj Darn that pony V Page '29 : . ' ' " ' . . l . , . , . . "' I sf va . , 4 : I t. ' I 1 - n v v , ' v ' . l ' I c I ' c I . "Doc.": I guess I know how onions taste! . 7 ' , 7 . . . ! , V 0 I . , 4 l m. Q , v 7 ! 7 9 1 ' ' ' . 1 , . ' . It I What W1ll You Get Out of Llfe? You get out 01 thu 11o1ld 111 p1oport1o11 ae vou put 1I1tO lt I11 a Sl'101t tlme 1ou ll beg111 to put 11110 It b1 tdkmg 10111 place 111 the busmese af llllk of thle C0mmu111t1 'll11 C1 OC1'1tlOl1N f1111l l11l11t1 10u fo1111 11011 111 Clllfllllg, moxt 01 all 10111 1ss011.f1t1011s 111th th1 l1111k and the h 1b1t of s 11 lllg 111011e1 11111 l1'11e f1 I111 1l1l'lllLllLL 011 10111 Nuuus tlf1111 1111111t lllll th111 1011 puf 111t11 11 We ll 1101 01111 D11 1011 111161681 but f1k1 111 111te1eNt 111 1 L11 SULLQNN lflrst Natlonal Bank C FTTX SBLIM PP NNSX LX AN IA COLLILCE BOOK STORE O11 the Campus C'ett1sbu1g College I I l nz - 'K' 'V nk U n KY- K L ' ? rss 'K ' Lv f 2 ' K- .v 1 Y, ' - ' f s ' j ' " s 1' 'S 2 I 2 I X12 7. r ty, v- K v 1 ' 7- ' J , , . . L1 1 . xv.. , I M11z11111'l1ile you 1-2111 get more out of 21 savings ac- ' wx z j 1 ' ' . ' j 2'v .v - u ,lv , 5 x 2 . 1 Lv I -vo 1 'xl I 1 7 ,I u 'Q ' 'Q LK' ' ' -v '. Qlnmpletr Swrurrr In Svtuhvnt Svupplrvz T 'W I J 41 1 K yy I -,'.' ' l 7 A Calamlty ' V ' The steenth of March was predestlned to be a fateful day The sun rose Wlth the gladdenlng promlse of a brlght day but lt was qulckly obscured by a dark cloud a very omlnous token of some mlsfortune that was to befall 1 certam place That place was the Gettysburg Academy The pledestlned blow fell xt 8 O0 A M and there xtter md the effect that lt produced was 1pp xllng btudents h 1d lost then v1yac1ty professors were unable to obtam sitlsfactoly recxta tlons Cloom peryaded the scholastlc atmosphele Despondency lelgned When dlsmlssal tlme a1r1ved every student walked wlth slow tread solemn countenance md he Lvmess of heart 'lhev could not en1ov thelr me 11s No amount of sympathy and condolence could remove th1s despondency trom thcu counten ance Spectators who notlced th1s downcast attltude of the stu dents looked upon each w1th blank amazement and consternatlon They asked each other the reason but no one could answer was made known that saucers of deadly polson had been placed m the cornels of all Latm recltatlon looms and the ponles unsuspectmgly had satlsned then hunger and then 'rv uv Dr Huber ln Clcero dlctatlng prose And the Lord sald let there be llght 'iomeone IH the back of the room yelled out And so He pressed the button W1ll1 1m LB3V1tt has 6XClt6d much cur1os1ty by hls hab1t of talklng to hlmself The other day a semor stopped hlm and asked Why on earth are you always talklng to yourself Sleepy 'P Sure for two very good reasons Iwo reasons? What are they? Well one IS that I l1ke to llsten to a senslble man and the other IS that I llke to talk to a senslble man An Irlshman was asked lf hls horse was t1m1d Nlot at all he frequently spends the nlght by h1mself 1n a dark stable ll Il C u . . V . C - K V, 7 L. , . L ' . ' 2 . c 'ck . , 4 1 l v 4 1 K h I is 1 . . ., L c , c I ' 7 1 I I l Y 1 4 1 . 1 C CL C C - L I 4 2 fg : ' f . .z . . ' ' - . v 1 . 1 1 1 Y s L C s . n p n nnC C , L. C " ' , . ' , 2 2 ' ' . X . . I N 1 Y v -V . V 1 -. c -I c v c -1 v I J. 1 - . . 4 v. sr C ra " N 7 C C in C o , . . , . . Fmally, the great secret that accounted for all th1s uneaslness vl x C v . . . 4 . . - . . - . . - n C sr sr C Y r. I ' 11 I l . 1 r C C L C s., KK ' 79 ' Y ' ' ' v 9 C v a . . . . i ,, . , ' ! ,Y ' , as K . n , , 77 C i , cc - , ay c . c U' K , 7. as , H , . r. ur V ya ,, . . . . ' 1 L 7 . . . ,, . . . . . . . ,, . . . L , . . . ,, . . zur' ,Q G W Weaver 8: Son DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT STORE :K GF :lf ik 'NIEIN S AND BO'1S LNDERWEAR AIND HOSIERY RIGHTLY PRICED Sf Ik HK ll! CENITRE SQLARE CETTYSBURG PA Sektgsburg Camlg 'fukclxm THE HOME OF SWEETS J P HIGHLAND Propl 19 Chambersbulg St Gettysburg Pa Adams County Hardware Company Wholesale and Retall Dealers ln HARDXX ARE PAINTS OILS AND GLASS ALL KINDS OF ROOFING TRUNKS AND BAGS J P BIGHAM General Mgr Balt1more St Gettysburg Pa O O Sk Pk Y? 7 ' 9 Y Y 4 A L In all weights and sizes, all the year round ik Pk Y I , 1 , . I n n , In S ' ., , . 7 7 V 7 Y . I , . . . , . . , . 11 Karnak Never m ury a glrl n lmed Ann Doyle Why not? Karnak Because an fAnnJ IS an lndefinlte artlcle Excuse me please for belng bold I d llke to Wrlte to thee IH gold But gold IS scarce ms you m'1v n I had to use my pen and 1nk Duke Parry fto the xuctloneer on the squ uel Has thls car got 1 speedometer? The auctloneer fwho Wu equ 11 to the occ 181011, At thlrty m1les an houl It ewhlblts 1 vs hlte Hag it forty mules an hour It exhlblts a 1ed flag and at hfty m1les in hour -1 phonegraph be gms to play Im Gomg To Be An Angel And wvlth the Angels Du ell sleep I pray the Lord my soul to keep Mother Cpl omptmgj If Tommy falmost asleepj If he hollars let hlm go eeny meeny mlny mo ' I each Wh xt xre you golng to do tonlght 'P Karnak Lets go up to the cemetery and dlg up fm couple guls Hasenfuss Let me tell you xbout the dream I had list nlght Crlder Never mlnd I s ws you VVlth her Heck Would It hurt your feehngs any lf I called you a har? Flchtner No but It mlght hurt my knuckles Hunger And why do you carry two watches? Ilasenfuss Well I need one to see how slow the other one Maglstrate Descrlbe the man whom you saw assaultlng the complamt Pat He was a llttle 1I1Slg'l'1lfIClHt looking cr-ltur about your SIZQ your worshlp Page 143 ' : 2 ' ' 2 . ' .,. . H H .W . . . 4 V S 7 . 7 , . . . . ? ',2:' .ythik 4 1 y . ' it y, I l 1 K I u . C C x C . 2 ' . ' ' if 2 "2 ' I ' .w ,. td. .sc . 1 ' ' : ' , 2 ' ' 3 2 2 - ' , , ax 9 ' , ' K . 1 4 - 1 , vu Tommy' isaying his prayers sleepilyj : Now I lay' me down to 3 ' ' .... J - I ' - ' , , , 3 . , ' 2 2 2 ' ' ' . 2 ' : " ' ' 2 of 2 - 2. ' . ' : ' . :2 ' ' . : , ' ' '. 3 C r Y 7' W . ::: , s ' : is. : ' 2 ' ' ' : . . . . 2 - . C , Y . , L ' . ,l,l.-4- W. A. Hennig's Bakery 35 YOhK ST Bread Rolls Cakes Pretzels E c Q ettw Jlllg' P1 Umted Phone 1'1VV HLNC Ill ' TllxILD 7 SLEFPX 7 Hoiiman s Hull Stud cCltXNlJlI1g P1 Monarch Clgar Store VS H IxAI Pl4LFlqCH Domc stu incl Fust Class lmpmtecl I lg us B1ll1 ud Hall Plpes folauum Lome 1n and and 01g uettes See Us COllfQLtlOl1Q1j ICI I I . I ,'.'l ' , 2. ' F ' 'Xl' " '. 42 9 V 1 - - l ' x m rl m ' 1 ' - I L , , 1 1 . , c . O y V 1 . . J J J K 62 Chzxmbersburg St., Gettysburg, Pa. if " 2 V 'S ' Q I 2. rl K . .2 1 l ' 1 V 4 u 1 X v .,. . 1 ' 2 .A L. 1 1 ' 4 7 . ' '-1 ft Ll f ' CY YWIHM ,I XA W A .ll ,A v R im' mail" Ht C0014 5 ?331?JXi'2Hf3?5EEDD CLOTHFS Ready for SCFVICQ wlthout the annoyance of a try on Charles W Cook Successor to Funkhouser s THE LARGEST STOCK OF Vlctor Records and Up to Date Books IN SOUTHERN PENNSYLVANIA 1n our store You are always welcome- lots of room and mus1c for your entertalnment The Peoples Drug Store 25 Baltlmore Street. THE REXALL KODAK VICTROLA STORE. Paje 1,5 4139: Q 115: 55' -5.--yrj"g,,'j,, A-"D hr fw- iw' ,el ,I pr T." , M ,. XX , . 1.5" ,I vu 'A MFL... - 47,111 is A ,Q rife-Q 'pf' iv, f'v??"z A '?.35,.f T ' we ' X , f'f'ffQf"f If yn X yt- ,y yulwzn - 'wx J, 1,4 'IE fi 'fa my f 'Wn ,vi a' . '.,g!:i!Aee.-, -i - u I 4... Qu -.V.... . F 9 - - 4 I 9 I , . The Gettysburg Natlonal Bank IN X ITES YOU to open an account du11ng xour college xeaw 111 Gettss burg It IQ H81thB1 SAFE 1101 GOOD BUSIINESS to caru caxh O1 leaxe It 111 XOUI room INo amount too xmall to open an account DROP IN AT XOLR CONVENIENCE It 11111 be a p1eaxu1e to welcome xou 1nd to extend anv po 11111 COUIIGSX I I TAYLOR C1S1'119l H I' HARBACH CHAS A TIVIWIINS H 8: T Electrnc Company EX I' Id THINK ELECTRICAL XI 11d 1 Lamp Radlo 1171161655 F1 1x11 L1ght DQQK LHIUDN BATTERIES 37 1 o111 St Getts Qbuzg Pa G W MICKLEYS Barber Shop and Beauty Parlor FOUR BARBFRS NO VVAITIING C h1IT1b9I'S1JUl g Qt Getty sburg Pa C T Y 1 . . -' y v . ' v - 1. v k 1 . . , . . . .Y . . v - - , . Y . . Y Y V V V 4 A ' A A . Y' s I v I ' ' I ' ss A ' Cordlally yours, A 1 . Q . 1. , C. . ' 5 1 1 . . A 1 . . A A . . . v 1 , , v -. 1 A 4 1 . f . 1 - D . ' ' A c . c 5 2: ' S . T 1 - A Y , , 7 - .- , L I , . 9 . . v V A -1A W 1 Y 4 Y' I 1 . I . I. , . PIlflt'1QG Gettysburg Department Store 193 12a BALTINIORE STREET 'We have fx full lme of Stdtloners Loose Leaf Note Books Ever sha1p PQHCIIS Fountam Pens Inks etc for Students use Also ATHLETIC QOODS RAZORS POCKET CUTLERY Ordels taken for all kmds of Euqraz my Cardb P1 ograms Menus Imztatzom Your Ddtl onage S0l1CltQd Mlmeographlng Stenography Pnnhng Offlce Servlce Bureau Duect BV H1311 Adx 6I't1SlHg Gettysburg Pa EX6lyth1Dg and anvthmg m the lme ot paper note books and othel oflice supphes and equlpment fo1 the student Dr J E Musselman Dentist 26 Chambersburg Street GETTYSBURG PA 1 I GETTYSBURG DEPARTMENT STORE. Ghz CB1ft Shop 53 CHAMBERSBURG ST ACADEMY COLLEGE and FRATERNITY JEWELRY Pennants and Banners Flatel n1ty St3tlOl19I'y VIAIL ORDERS FILLED THE LEADING HOTEL OF GETTYSBURG New Hotel Gettysburg OlN THE SQUARE College and Banquet Partles a Speclalty Elrtxstlc ano Common jfurmture R W Wentzs' THE HOME FURNISHER Baltxmore St Gettysburg Pa I I 5 Academy Stationery College Stationery Y AT All That S FQOTVVEAR 'rnan s All HUE AND CKERT TOCKING l'0RE If you follow fashion s note a selectlon from our stock w1ll prowe a style symphony THE QUALITY SHOP IVAIN G NAGLE Propl 7 Balto St Gettysburg Pa 1887 1922 C BX Hacker 5 z m z X z 1' CENTRE SQUARE P 1 9 r ' Q. I V. 1A,.1 A .A1:t.,., , .IX o"' E EtE ffl' t o Gettysburgs Leading Hotel The Eagle lf wk wk LX NLII BROS Proprletors Buehler 8a Wlerman Job Prmters DANCE PROGRAMS BANQUET 'VIENUS ETC Wolk Readv When Promxsed 39 Yoxk St ll E CARRX A lf ULL LINI4 OF ALL NOVELTIES Flesh Stock of Candles also Look us up Balt1more St ODpOS1t8 Court House T 8: M Shoe Shop 8 BALTIMORE ST Shoe Repfurmg of all kmds Academy Work SO11C1t6d SATISFACTION GUARANTEED New Eberhart Garage on the Lmcoln Hlghway C W I PLILY Gettysbuzg Pa Penrose Myers WATCH MAKER AND JEWELER Repalrmg a Speclalty 12 Balumore Stleet Gettysburg Pa Q 0 if ik ' Pk O v yr 1 1 A Trimmers 5 to 25c. . . 5 ' I' 1 The Peoples Cash Store STRICTLY FRESH AND SANITARY Our Motto Balt1mo1e St GILLILAND Pzop Wm D Armor SUCLQSNOI to R D Armol Kc Son PLUMBIINC AND STEAM FITTIING Wolk P1 omptlx attended to Stop At Eddie Plank s Garage STORACE REPAIRS ACCESSORIES 100 York St Getty Sbuxg Pa HeadquarterS fOl CLEANING PRESSING REPAIRING SHOE SHINIINC PARLOR and MACAZINES The Black Cat J P WILSOIN Propnetor Mumper KODAKS FIL'VIS FRAMING FINISHER 41 Bxltlmore St Gettysburg Pa Gettysburg Steam Laundry PROMPT AND SATISFACTORY SERVICE Agencxes at College and the Academy C RAY RUPP Propnetor 107 E. Middle St. Gettysburg, Pa. I HOW DO YOU KNOW IT WILL BE A GOOD SHOW? You cannot tell lf a plcture IS good by ltS t1tle nor the plot nor the cast but IF ITS AT THE HOTOPLA IT S GOOD Cet a program each week at the theatre O1 send us your name and addreae and we xx 1ll mall you one Weekly Eagle Hotel Barber Shop A Tr1al Wlll Conx 1nce You Only Flrst Claw Barbers Employed Coulteous T1 eatment and Good SGYVICG Basement of Eagle Hotel American Restaurant NIITCHELI 8. SVARNAS Propre 13 Chambe1 sburg St Gettysburg P A LA CARTE SERVICE Open Daw and Nlght Dr C N Giil DENTIST Masomc Blllldlllg Centre Square Gettysburg Pa BRADY SL MIKES Barber Shop SEFTON Sz BUCHER Next to Hotel Getty sburg Centre Square ASK OTHERS The Tailor Shop' ON THE SQUARE DUBBS Sz PITZER Props I alle 152 . - I -. . . . ' 9 y r Y I . 7 s I LL v Y 0 .' . 7. tl ' S. 1 v 4 1 ' I J ' , I. . . , 3.. 1 v, . 0 0 o v L . i . . . . . 1 s - 7 va M. QS 9 , . 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