Excerpt from The Elchanite Junior: January, 1926 I straightway betook myself there. On scanning the bulletin board in the first cor ridor, I saw a familiar signature on one of the notices on which was scrawled pains takingly, 'israel Weisberger.' I immediate ly ran towards what seemed to be the ele vator. In my haste I severely jolted a portly, dignified individual who was walk ing, eyes down, along the hall. He began to excuse himself profusely, insisting that it was his fault. It was this that caused me to recognize Rich, who was now the proud possessor of the aggrandized pogno men of, Professor Rich. After mutual greetings, Rich directed me to the dean's office.
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