Or, possibly, prexy Wallington, under whom he had worked while taking his doctor's degree.
Another thing, I'm going down and telephone the news to prexy myself.
prexy, Miss Walker, was not only willing to coperate but delighted that the students were finding a way out of the difficulty.
"They would, of course, hold the memorial meeting," said prexy.
She began something about ‘Hello, girls, have you heard the news about prexy——’ but she never got any further.
He was a nice, sympathetic man, prexy was, when he wasn't discussing cuts or scholarship.
Go straight up to prexy's house; I've got something p'ticular to shay t' him.
Bost appeared before the Faculty meeting and almost shook his fist in prexy's face.
Even the Faculty got busy and prexy dropped over to the police court to square it.
For the alumni, he always bore that simplest and most beloved of academic titles, "prexy."