Lancaster High School Class of 1915 - Page 39

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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.

PATTERSON, THOMAS

    "He doth indeed show some sparks that are like wit."
Thomas Howard Patterson, while he is not especially bright in any one subject is a very good student and one of the honor men of the class. Thomas is also noted as a naturalist, hunter, camper and animal impersonator. He is a very good canoeist, and he and his canoe partner, Lampe, are to been seen canoeing at all seasons of the year. These two know more about the creek than any other canoeists in the class. Thomas was a member of the Senior Greens Trip Committee. Tom came from Franklin Street School, and is a member of the Commercial German Section.

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RESH, SAMUEL

    "Men of few words are the best men."-Shakespeare
Samuel Franklin Resh, of the Commercial Latin Section, is an ex-professional baseball player. In his youth, Sam was one of the stars of the McClain League and one of the best players on the team of the Roses. He was an all-round man, and played every position of the team, with the exception of catcher and pitcher, in a masterful style. "Tuts" is a great gunner, and always takes a day or two off at the beginning of the rabbit season, bringing back glowing accounts of his hunting. He is very fond of the out-of-doors and spends a great deal of his time along the creek fishing and swimming. He expects to secure a position in Harrisburg after leaving school.

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ROTH, EDGAR

    "I am no orator as Brutus is,
    But as you know me all ,a plain blunt man."-Shakespeare.
Edgar Brinard Roth is a member of the General German Section, to which he came from the Columbia High School in his Sophomore year. In this year he was a valuable member of the class soccer and class baseball teams. From thence "Rabbi" has led an obscure life at school (his studies requiring most of his time) until his Senior year when he joined the "Magni Pedes" and the Colonial Club. He plays the piano, and has acted as chaperon for couples on numerous occasions.

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