Lancaster High School Class of 1915 - Page 36

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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.


    "Who thinks too little, and who talks too much." -Dryden
    "I know it is a sin
    For me to sit and grin."-Holmes.
Paul Walter Long came to High School from the St. Anthony Catholic School and took up the Commercial Course. "Shorty" is one of the members of the class who has done little of note during his four years. He has always taken an interest in music and during his Senior year played in the High School Orchestra. "Mike" usually announces his presence every morning by the expression, "Got a pencil you want to loan me ?"

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    "On their own merits modest men are dumb."-Coleman
    "In study took he moste care and heed."-Chaucer
Richard Bruce Madigan, of the Commercial Latin Section, is a student who, in the Latin Class, could always be counted on for a good recitation. During his four years of Latin he was always one of the good students in that subject. In his Sophomore year "Dick" was the Class Secretary; and in his Senior year he was Class Treasurer, which position he filled very capably and faithfully. He has played football, and has been out for the track team. He won his numerals on the school soccer team. "Dick" was a charter member of the Red and Black Literary Society, in which association he was counted one of the good orators. He may take up accounting after leaving school.

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    "The first in glory as the first in place."
    "None knew thee but to love thee,
    Nor named thee but to praise."-Halleck
Henry James Marshall, the President of the Senior Class, is a member of the Classical Section. He is another one of the all-round athletes of the school. He has been on the track team and in his Senior year was a member and manager of the Varsity. In his Sophomore year he was an active member of the Class baseball team; and during his last year was captain of the Varsity soccer team and a member of the Varsity basket ball team. The class is fortunate in having such a president as Marshall in the Senior year - the most responsible and arduous in the course. He has filled the office of class president to the entire satisfaction of everyone, making wise choices in the selection of his committees, being impartial to all the members, giving them all a chance to do something, having the interest of the members always at heart, and ever ready to receive suggestions and put them into practice if feasible - in short, a man in every way fitted for the responsible position he has held. We predict that he will be a success in whatever pursuit he is engaged.

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