Bobby Blake at Rockledge School; Or, Winning the Medal of Honor

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Sent away to boarding school, Bobby Blake and his pal Fred Martin have fun, make friends and enemies and compete for the prize medal.
 

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Page 257 - A.WARNER True •stories of life at a modern American boarding school. Bobby attends this institution of learning with his particular chum and the boys have no end of good times. The tales of outdoor life, especially the exciting times they have when engaged in sports against rival schools, are written in a manner so true, so realistic, that the reader, too, is bound to share with these boys their thrills and pleasures. i BOBBY BLAKE AT ROCKLEDGE SCHOOL, a BOBBY BLAKE AT BASS COVE. 3 BOBBY BLAKE...
Page 258 - Illustrated When Yank Brown comes to Belmont College as a callow Freshman, there is a whole lot that he doesn't know about college life, such as class rushes, rivalries, fraternities, and what a lowly Freshman must not do. But he does know something" about how to play football, and he is a big, likeable chap who speedily makes friends. In the first story of this series we watch Yank buck the line as a Halfback. In the second story he goes in for basketball, among many other activities of a busy college...
Page 19 - They stuffed their stockings into their shoes, tied the laces together and slung them...

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