Lancaster High School Class of 1915 - Page 41

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Note: The source for this information is "The News" 1915, The Yearbook of Lancaster High School, Lancaster, PA. Images of the pages have been included for your reference. They are not very good scans. We apologize. They were scanned quite some time ago when technology was not very good.

STEIN, SAMUEL

    "He could distinguish and divide
    A hair, 'twixt south and southwest side."-Pope
Samuel Dewey Stein came from Duke Street School, and as a student upheld the name of that school very well. "Sam" is . one of the honorable members of the "Magni Pedes" and is reputed to be one of the best dancers in the class. He was quite popular and served on several committees. It was partly due to his efforts that the "New High School" parade was a success, as he was one of the chieftains. The "Baron" was one of the active members of the Red and Black Literary Society.

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STUMPF, PHILLIP

    "What's in a name?"-Shakespeare
Philip Matthew Stanley Quay Richard Stumpf came from Mulberry Street School. He is a member of the Latin Section. As a sophomore he was on the class soccer, baseball and track teams, and a secretary of the Red Rose Literary Society. In his Junior year, he made the Varsity football team, and was captain of the class soccer and football teams. This year he played on the Varsity football, soccer and track teams, also on the class basketball team. He is captain of the class track team. Phil is an accomplished musician and was the accompanist of the High School Orchestra. The "Magni Pedes" was started by him and he is one of the worthy performers and upholders of the club. He has served on the Parade, Color and Social Committees, and is the most successful athletic editor the NEW'S has ever had-prompt, reliable and always willing to do his share and more in putting out a good paper .

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SULLENBERGER, RICHARD

    "Give me ease and I am happy."-Pope
    "Frame your mind to mirth and merriment,
    Which bars a thousand harms, and lengthens life." -Shakespeare
Richard Shaub Sullenberger is a member of the General Latin Section, and before making his debut as a student at L. H. S. was a pupil at Franklin Street School. His solemn demeanor for a time caused him to be regarded by the faculty and his classmates as a very quiet person; we are no longer deceived. "Dick" is a musician and plays the violin very well. He is a member of the "Magni Pedes", and the founder of the noisy Colonial Club.

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