Temple University - Templar Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

 - Class of 1909

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Glass Qnlt Luma May VanBuskirk, A.B. A lawyer's dealings should be just and fair. Honesty shines with great advantage there." After learning all she could in the Reading High School. Emma came to Temple in 1905. where she became a student at once. The Hit Alpha adopted her in course of time. Teaching and Law will occupy her future hours. When at home Miss Emma resides at 1822 E. Clementine Street, Philadelphia. Charles Buckley, M.E.. B.S. "Saw ye e'er a gallant laddie Half sac spick an' span as he? 'Tis our Buckley I'll be mcanin' Modest, aye in company.” Buckley after leaving the Mansfield S. S'. made his way to Philadelphia, where he became a Supervising Principal. In 1903 he found bis way to Temple where he attracted much attention. He expects to continue in the Public Schools. He is a member of the Philadelphia Teachers’ Association and the Schoolman’s Club. 5005 Chester Ave. is his residence. Paul Elurioge, B.S. “Our French poetic philosopher.” Paul found that he did not learn enough in the College of the City of New York, so he came to Temple in ico8 to make up what he lacked. He joined the Phi Alpha as soon as possible. Literature and Philosophy will occupy his future time. He lives at 313 S. Third Street. William Stokes Garrison. B.S. "He talks like a sceptic and writes like a preacher ( ?)." 11

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Garrison, one of our city teachers, is a graduate of the N. E. M. T. H. S., C. H. S., and the School of Pedagogy. He entered Temple in 1906, and will continue his work in the Public Schools. Literature and History will keep him busy in the future. He resides at 4503 Smedley Street. Henry Joseph Gideon, B.S. Class President. “Wisdom docs not show itself so much in precept as in life—in firmness of mind and a mastery of appetite. It teaches Us to do as well as talk; and to make our words and actions all of a color."—Seneca. Gid spent the usual time in the Central High School and the School of Pedagogy, and finally became a Supervising Principal. In 1907 he knocked at the portals of Temple and was quickly admitted. He is well-known in the Philadelphia Teachers' Association, the Schoolmen's Club and at the Lulu Temple. 3549 N. Fifth Street is his home. Isabel Macfarlank, A.B. Vice-President. “Much ado about nothing.” Miss Macfarlanc, a graduate of the Girl’s Normal School, entered Temple in 1904. and shortly became a Supervising Principal in the city schools. Her next struggle is for a Ph.D. She lives at 1000 Belmont Ave. Gertrude Estelle Mitchell, A.B. "Never so well pleased as when examinations arc sprung." Miss Mitchell prepared herself in the Temple Prep. School and entered the College department in 1906. The Phi Alpha managed to seize her, as it did others of the class. A Ph.D. is the ambition of this young lady. She resides at 1803 N. Twenty-second Street. Albert Charles Norton, B.S. Class Poet and Secretary. “There is more in him than size would indicate." 12

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