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R A L P H T H O M A S F L A H I V E , cf> � e " B ri ck '

"L'etat, c'est nwi!" Methuen H i gh School ; P roctor A c ade m y ; Berkely P re­ paratory School ; Coburn Classical I n stitute ; U. S. N avy 1 9 1 7 - 19 1 9 ; A merican Legion ; Pi K a p p a Delta S oc iety ; D e b at i n g Societ y ; C h ai r m an Senior o m i n at­ i n g Commi ttee ; Student Council 4 ; C an e Committee ; H on o r Roll 4 ; Powder and W i g Society. " Now, what I mean. thi guy's not o hot at ome thi ngs . a n d sti l l j ust the ame, i n other ways, y'k now. he k no' hi t u ff . " So h e peak , t h i s Flahive o f t h e radical left, al w a y of t h e radical, but rarely left. Demagogic foe of i n terests. what so e"er they be ; the Brick has lain ma n y a long h o u r with the steel, ometimes. we must admit, the bra s . of converse. Precinct . ward, city, county, state, na­ tion, conti nent. hemisphere, world-two worlds i f you w i l l-he has 'em all, analyzed, Ji-ted. defined, statistics . factual or fictional, all you want. Loma ney of the future, bar none.

ROLLA

D SI D

E Y FOTTER, � T

" D onuts"

" Fa i r scene ! with other �es, than once, I gaze, The emw-va rying cha r m , your round di.spla ys." Waterville High School ; F ootball 1 , 2 , 3, 4 ; Interfrater­ n ity B asketbal l of the " C " .

1, 2 , 3 , 4 ; Student Council 4 ; Wearer

"Rollie"' listened to t h e comman d , "love, honor a n d protect,'" at the e n d of b is J u nior year. Thi wa not a n e n d for "Donut · · though. He played football and basketball. Hi work for the fraternity dw·­ i ng h i years at Colby . h i s sturdy character a n d cheerful per o n a l i ty If his business have won h im the admiration a n d re-pect of everyone. rareer is as ucce ful a h i college career a b r i l l i a n t future i s u rely h is.

P E R L E Y C L I F FO R D F U LL E R T O N , L . C. " Perley"

' Beside him sat a,nother, a,ll w hose face Bore mar ks of pa t ie n ce." F o rt F ai rfield H i gh, 1 92 3 . F o r h a r d , industrious work we refer y o u to Perley. There's no k i nd of work to which he fails to a p ply h i mself w i th all his soul. H is four years at Colby have been marked w i t h d i l igence. B u t be w i l l n ee d i t w h e n he begins to d r u m i nto puerile c r a n i ums t h e i nt r icacies of the bi nomial theorem. W e have no fear for Perley's uccess ; we add our best wishes.

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