He was born in London, to English parents, and was raised in Ireland.
From their undeniable chemistry on whatever red carpet they happen to be strutting on to their adorable obsession with their young son, Otis, this engaged twosome always seems to be in the running for our favorite celebrity couple round-ups.
the women's missionary so Veterans Play well, While New Men Make Fine Impression. The team composed of Koch, Hartley, Ur- ban and Capt. Students '30 who obtain positions through the Bu- reau for Placements of the Institute stitute, which is not a school but a national organization of professional Pratt accountants, undertakes to provivde ! Emphasis is laid upon the value of a broad cultural education to the accountant, and it is claimed that men of ability with sound academic training will find in accountancy an excellent chance to by the stall .annul be brought about. } low specific gravity as a large port ion of it is in a gaseous form. Smoking tobacco and using snuff were deemed safeguards, but the most popular preventative was "Vinegar of the Four Thieves." (Concluded on Page 3) NEW GIRLS' STUDENT COUNCIL INSTALLED AT SUSQUEHANNA ■ tnal Installal loo of n ■« Worn en's st inh nt Council members was held in the chapel en Thursday even Ing at 6 o'clock. William Schwir- ian led tie devotional exercises, after which Miss Pounder, the retiring president, expressed bar appreciation for the splendid cooperation sic had received during the past year, Miss Ethel Welkerl made a report concern- ing the accomplishments of the coun- cil since its organisation.
Pratt yourself a springy bed from the redo- Answered, "To give thee warning from lent branches of the balsam. Around the camp fire you and "Is there hope for me? .;" Clair Brown '30 Luther Kurtz '30 Reno Knouse '30 Robert Hostetter '30 your partner discuss the philosophies "Nay, not so," Correspondents f ijf e an( j try to figure out what it Replied the maiden. The stars beam thee, then; Change the Circulation Manager TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1927 NOW him) an overweening desire to go What do you know about the word back again. Have you ever tried to use' Many is the time that the veteran it? She came again, enveloped in a sheen cheerfully what comes. You lay and watch the stars and feel in sympathy with old Adirondack Murray when he says: "To the north the Dipper hung sus- Turn those three letters around and of the questions he is invariably ask- you have WON. It is the person who (hoes hand at the game, he usually ends what there is to be dene, who climbs .
It may be little, but it certainly camper is approached by the novice j you stroll back to camp and roll up | And warned poor Nathan that the is powerful. by drawling lamely, "I go because 1 1 higher up, the mournful Pleiades be- the ladder of eucceaa and the greatest like to." By taking you through a day |gan their nightly search for their lost failures in the world are those who of camp with me I believe I shall be sister.
" The maiden raised her head, camp and make supper. A Russel (rouse 28 Conservatory Grace Beckley '27 ....
After supper And with a look of sweetness and ac- you unroll your blankets and make cord. A Naomi Fogle |2S Seibert Hall Mary Hutchens ;30 d h ke more , Y. , ., ,, T College Luke Rhoads '30 Calendar Albert Salem '28 \ lake and then breaks out with its But confidently still, and said, I pray Humor Henry Hartley '30 "The Mill Pond" Lester Lutz '26'demoniac laughter. You throw more night Report me as one who loves his fel- wood on your fire. the lake shore and try to conjecture the weather for tomorrow. The for fair weather, of course, but you ; next night are woods-philosopher enough to take! " itself, for if you do your work now [Ten to one he flounders around for instead of at some future time you an answer, and when the answer is have really won something, Charac- forthcoming it is disjointed and ters are built on the use of this simple sketchy and, if your camper is an old word.