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THE' GREEN AND GOLD 9
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Football '25, '26, '2'l'p Baseball '26, '27, '2Bg tfjaptainjg
Basketball '26, '27, '28 fCaptainJ.
He is one of our athletes, excelling in all sports. Perhaps
baseball is his favorite, especially when he is dismissed at the
beginning of Math Class. At any rate, he has helped to win
many a victory for W. R. H. S.
School Chorus '25, '26, '27, '28,
Quiet, unassuming, yet a good friend to all. Wonder why
"Flossy" has such an interest in Center Rutland? 'We'd all like
to hear the answer.
School Chorus '25, '26, '27, '2,Sg Ilramatics.
What are we going to do without Cl1arlotte's solirano voice?
More than being a singer, she is an actress of ability. Well do
we remember her part in "Seventeen", and her role as leading
lady in "The Crimson Stair". We'll miss you a lot, Charlotte.
Football '24, '25, '26, '2'7g Basketball '26, '27, '28g Track '28g
Senior Playg Class President. A
Here is our famous boy hero who ran from Castleton to
lVest Rutland to prevent Z1 train wreck. As far as school activi-
t'e3 go, "Gene" has been prominent in athletics and has guided
the dr-stinies of our class, proof enough of his popularity among
"Rely" is a commuter, driving back and forth every day to
school in his Chevrolet. His is an unfailing good humor, a qual-
ity which has made him popular with all.
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B THE GREEN ANU GOLD
"That was putting it rather strong, even for a modern flapperf'
thought Bobby as he strolled down the aforesaid Fifth Avenue with
the aforesaid broken heart and empty purse.
Now the purse was empty because, romantic as it may seem, the
rejected young man had gone out the night before to drown his sor-
rowsg to forget, if such a thing were possible, but it had been impossi-
ble. He must now secure work of some kind, or lose the only girl in
the world. Work had never troubled Bobby before, for he had always
lived with a wealthy uncle. The wealth and estate, however, would
not he Bobby's until the uncle's death.
In his deep musing, Bobby had not noticed his surroundings. He
was now opposite an inviting-looking park, and, being very tired from
thinking, he lay down on a bench and went to sleep. Sometime later
he was awakened by low voices. There on the next bench were his
sweetheart and an unknown young man, murmuring fondly to each
other, and-could be believe his eyes ?-the stranger was slipping a
gleaming golden circlet on her finger.
Curiously enough, Bobby felt no jealousy, but instead a strange
feeling of relief. "Gael What a narrow escape! And to think that
I almost went to work!" he ejaculated thankfully.
-Kathleen McCormick, '29,
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Volleyball '25g Basketball '26, '27 lCa1itainjg llramaticsi
School Chorus. i I
Goldie's only objection to tl new school system is that it
occasions early rising. As one can see, from the list of activi-
ties in which she has participated, she is an all around girl, and
one whom has done a great deal to put W. R. H. S. "on the
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llramaticsg School Chorusg Honor Student.
When one thinks of "gum", one invariably thinks of Chris-
tine. In fact, the two are almost synonymous, for you never see
one without the other. We do know, however, that Christine has
a charming personality that is distinctly her own, due perhaps
to Wrigley's soothing flavors. Whatever its cause, it has en-
deared her to us.
Com use-i'c'if.'I Con ref-'f
Stanley is one of our Ira boys who firmly declares he won't
be late now that they "have made a lady out of Lizzie."
School Chorusg Reporter on staff of"'G1'een and Gold": Hon-
Here is one of our students, always conscientious in her
work. There is no doubt but that Arlctt.a.'s career will he a suc-
cessful one, and we wish her the best o' luck.
Little "Charlie" is another well known boy from the neigh-
boring town of Ira. It is a familiar sight to see him ilriving
"the old gray mare", and we are always sure that with this
means of conveyance he will be on time for school.
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