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ROBERT J. BOYER (Bob) 537 Gibson Avenue, Kingston, Pa. Ambition : To do something worthwhile. Soccer, ’40. “Where do you think it’ll get you — in the end?” This was Bob’s favorite saying, a typical exant pie of his humor. Bob will alzvays be remembered for his top-notch dancing, liis ver¬ satility, and his sportsmanship. He could always be relied upon to defend the goal in crucial soccer games. Bob has a facility for making friends quickly, especially among those of the opposite sex. These factors combine to make Bob one of the outstanding members of the class. He will attain his good fortune in the end. ALBERT J. CERICOLA (Al) 2329 S. Chadwick Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Ambition: To get a job. Glee Club, J-2 to S-2; Secretary of Chemistry Club, S-2. Al is one of those fellows you can’t forget. He is always full of variety, and being a personality of great versatility he supplied the class with some real entertainment. With out¬ standing ability in a number of different fields, Al is certain to szvay all odds in his favor. LOUIS DeMARCO (Louie) 805 S. Darien Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Ambition: Instrument Maker. Swimming Team, ’37, ’38; Glee Club, J-2 to S-2; Cast: Valley Forge. Louie ' as a Thespian zuas a devoted backwoods follozver of Washington and his cause at Valley Forge. Louie as just himself is the same devoted follower of any matters concerning his group. Being full of the ‘‘old fun,” but more so of spirit and seriousness when such is called for, his associates need never fear a lack of support. HAROLD R. DIFFENDERFER (Clod) R. D. No. 1, Pottstown, Pa. Ambition: To own a trucking business. Glee Club, S-l to S-2; Photography Editor, The Corinthian Staff; Orchestra, 2-2 to S-2. Whenever there was an argument about trucks and automo¬ biles, Clod was always in the center of it. For what he didn’t know about trucks wouldn’t even fill the back of a postage stamp. (Enruttlitatt dJatutarit
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WALLACE BARNES (Clark) 4802 Derry Street, Harrisburg, Pa. Ambition: To graduate from college. Clark is a quiet and sincere fellow. Talking too much will ■ get him in trouble. His interest i benefit him greatly in later life. good music will Ambit io JAMES BARTSCH (Jim) 110 N. Center Street, Pottsville, Pa. U. S. Foreign Service. Girard News, S-2. Jim is a modest fellow so we haven’t had an opportunity to see all of his talents displayed. However, he has high ideals, and we know he will succeed in whatever field he enters. HARRY T. BAUN (Hair) 1035 School Street, Indiana, Pa. Ambition: To be outstanding in Aviation. Swimming, ’39; Glee Club, J-2 to S-2; President of Class, J-2; President of Radio Club. S-l; Vice-President of Chem¬ istry Club, S-2; Secretary of Glee Club, S-2. The true " Casanova” type, Hair, despite what the name may imply, gives the girls a smooth personality and appearance. As he is also well-versed in the field of his endeavor we feel that he will make a three-point landing on happiness, avocation, and success. EDWARD PAUL BERMAN (Gabby) Third Honor 5276 Parkside Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. First Prize Safety Essay, 2-2; Junior Life Saving Certifi¬ cate; Student Council, J-2; National Honor Society, J-2; Cast: Jean Valjean, Valley Forge; Track, ’40; Soccer, 40; Conference Committee, S-l; Captain in Battalion, S-l; Sec¬ retary of Dramatic Club, S-2. Wherever a voice or a good set of lungs was needed, there zvas Gabby. On the track, on the stage, or on the Conference Committee, Gabby always stood up for his rights and the rights of the Class. Good luck, Gabby. 1941 r i3] (Enrintljian
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JOSEPH ALBERT DiROSA (Ponzi) 927 McClellan Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Ambition: To live and learn. Glee Club, J-2 to S-2; Managing Editor, Girard News ■ Pres¬ ident of Journalist Club, S-2; The Corinthian ' Staff • Soccer, ’40. Ponsi may be small in stature, but in sports ability, and in genuine good humor, lie is a veritable giant. We are expecting great things from him in later life—unmarried and lonely. FRANCIS HENRY ESPOSITO (Footsie) 710 Second Avenue, Punxsutawney, Pa. Ambition: To be a success. Photography Editor, Thf. Corinthian Staff; Color Sergeant in Battalion. J-l to S-2; President of Camera Club, S-2; Life Scout; Vice-President of Camera Club, S-l. The Eyes and Ears of the World. That is Footsie’s photo¬ graphy trade name. He was always shooting people but they liked him for it. Anyone was a willing subject to be photo¬ graphed when Footsie was the “man behind the shutter. " He already has a clear picture of success in his mind. FRANK WILLIAM EVANS (Spike) 2924 N. Rorer Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Ambition: To be a chemist. Band, 7 A to S-2; Lieutenant in Band, S-2; Gym., ’38. ' 39; Orchestra, J-2 to S-2; Clarinet Soloist, Ambler District Contest. Spike’s licorice stick teas akvays heard pealing forth a bit of Artie Shaw’s melodies. Every time a question was brought up about music or client. Spike was always there with a helping hand. MARVIN FELKOFF (Mike) 6619 N. Bouvier Street, Philadelphia. Pa. Ambition: Certified Public Accountant. Brains are one thing and education another, and Mike tried hard to have both. Every time study was mentioned, Mike would be the first to give a negative answer, although at times he would be up before the crack of dawn studying for exams. 1941 [ 15 ] (fotntfrtan
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