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CLASS OF 1932 
SMITH COLLEGE 



SMITH COLLEGE 
YEAR BOOK 

Class of 

1932 



ELEANOR ARCHIBALD EATON 

Editor 
ELIZABETH PEACE STURGES 

Assistant Editor 

AGNES DENISON Mc LEAN 

Business Manager 



Table of Contents 



Dedication 
View Section . 
Administration 
Faculty . 
Class of 1932 
Freshman Year 
Sophomore Year 
Junior Year 
Senior Year 
Other Classes 
Organisations 
Phi Beta Kappa 
Clubs 
Athletics 
Dramatics 
Publications 
Music 
Nonsense 
Advertisements 



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Dedication 

To 

Marjorie Hope Nicolson 

TT TWO in bringing the cave 
to the mar\et'place has 
brought to the students of Smith 
College the inspiration and 
stimulus of true scholarship as 
well as the serenity of efficient 
administration 



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Foreword 



TJOR those who, with or 
without an A. B., 
strive to learn the rest of 
the alphabet. 



O O 
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"They would not find us changed from them they \new 
Only more sure of all we thought was true" 

Adapted prom Robert Frost. 




JmNI 




President Neilson 




Leona C. Gabel 
Dean of the Class of 19} 2 



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The Board of Trustees 



William Allan Neilson, Ph.D., Ll.D., L.H.D., Litt.D. 

President 

John Elliott Oldham, A.M. 

Harry Emerson Fosdick, A.M., D.D., Ll.D., S.T.D 

James IIandasyd Perkins, A.B. 

Elizabeth Cutter Morrow, B.L. 

Ruth Standish Baldwin, A.B. 

Archibald Victor Galbraith, A.B. 

Alta Smith Corbett, A.B. 

Frederic Marshall Jones, A.B., S.B. 

Frank Channing Smith, Jr., A.B., Ll.B. 

Ada Louise Comstock, A.M., Litt.D., Ll.D., L.H.D 

Josephine Sewall Emerson, B.L. 

Harriet Bliss Ford, B.L., Vice- president 

Miriam Titcomb, B.L. .... 



Northampton 
Boston 
New York 
Greenwich, Ct. 
Engelwood, N. J. 
New Canaan, Ct. 
Easthampton 
Portland, Ore. 
Springfield 
Worcester 
Cambridge 
New York 
Northampton 
Cincinnati, O. 



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Annetta I. Clark, A.B., A.M., Secretary to the President 
and of the Board of Trustees 



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Administrative Officers 




Marjorie Hope Nicolson, Ph.D. 
Dean 



Laira Woolsey Lord Sales, 
B.L., L.H.D. 

Warden 





Joy Secor, A.M. 
Registrar 



George Palmer Hyde, A.B., Ll.B. 
Treasurer 




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Anna Mann Richardson, M.D. 
College Physician 



Elsie Preston Leonard, A.B. 
Purchasing Agent 





Mabelle Babcock Blake, Ed.D. 
Personnel Director 



H. Mildred Holden, A.B. 
Director of Admission 




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Class Deans 




Leona Christine Gabel, Ph.D. 
Dean of the Class of 1932 



Helen Jeannette Peirce, A.M. 
Dean of the Class of 1933 





Margaret Hill Peoples, Ph.D. 
Dean of the Class of 1934 



Margaret Gale Scott, A.M. 
Dean of the Class of 1935 




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William Allan Neilson, 

Ph.D., Ll.D., L.H.D., Litt.D. 

President and Professor of English 
and Literature 



William Francis Ganong, Ph. D. 

Professor of Botany and Director 

of the Botanic Garden 





Frank Allan Waterman, Ph.D. 
Professor of Physics 



Ernest Heinrich Mensel 
Ph.D., Litt.D. 

Professor of Germanic 
Languages and Literature 





Elizabeth Deering Hanscom, 
Ph.D. 
Professor of English Language 
and Literature on the Mary 
Augusta Jordan Foundation 



Alfred Vance Churchill, A.M. 

Professor of the History and 

Interpretation of Art and 

Director of the Smith 

College Museum of Art 




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Harku i William Bigelow, Ph.D. 
Professor of Astronomy on the 

Ehza Appleton Haven Foundation 



1 i r Kimball, Ph.D. 

Professor of Government 





Carl Frederick Augi sti - Lange, 

Ph.D. 

Professor of German Language 
and Literature 



Louise Di lpii . 
Concours Certificate Letters, O.A. 
Professor of French Lav 
and Literature on the Helen and 
Laura Shedd Found 





David Camp Rogers, Ph.D. 
Professor of Ps 



Sidney Nof i >n Deane, Ph.D. 

Professor of Gree\ on the 

L. Claris Seelye Foundation 

and Curator of the Museum 

of Classical Antiquities 





Richard Ashley Rice, A.M. 
Professor of English Language 
and Literature 



Florence Alden Gragg, Ph.D. 

Professor of Latin Language 

and Literature 





John C. Hildt, Ph.D. 

Professor of History on the 
Sydenham Clar\ Parsons Foundation 



Rebecca Wilder Holmes 

Professor of Music on the 

Henry Di\e Sleeper 

Foundation 





Amy Louise Barbour, Ph.D. 
Professor of Gree\ Language 
and Literature on the ]ohn 
M. Greene Foundation 



Mary Belle McElwain, Ph.D. 

Professor of Latin Language 

and Literature 




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William Dodge Gray. 
Professor of Hi^i." 



Ph.D. 



H. Edward Weli s, Ph.D. 

(Leipzig) 
Professor of Chemistry on 
the Gates Foundation 





Suzan Rose Benedict, Ph.D. 

Professor of Mathematics 



Arthur Ware Locke, A.M. 
Professor of Music 





Roy Dickinson Welch, 

A.B., Mus.M. 

Professor of Music 



Osmond T. Robert, B.Es.L. 

Professor of French 

Language and 

Literature 




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Frank Hamilton Hankins, Ph.D. 
Professor of Economics and 

Sociology on the Mary Huggins 
Gamble Foundation 



William A. Orton, 

M.A. (Cantab.) M.Sc. (Lond.) 

Professor of Economics 

and Sociology 





Wilson Townsend Moog, 
Mus.B. 
Professor of Music 



Edna Aston Shearer, Ph.D. 
Professor of Philosophy 



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Samuel Ralph Harlow, Ph.D. 
Professor of Religion and 
Biblical Literature 



Howard Rollin Patch, 
Ph.D., Litt.D. 

Professor of English 

Language and 

Literature 




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I'll Robert Lieder, Ph.D. 

Professor of English Langauge 

and Literature 



Robert Withington, I'm D. 
Officer de V instruction 
Publiquc 

Professor of English 
Language and Literature 





Howard Madison Parshley, Sc.D. 
Professor of Zoology 



Werner Jo^i i \ 
Professor of Music 





Seth Waki man. Ph.D. 
Professor of Education and 
Director of the Smith College 
Day School and the Coopera- 
tive Tslurserji School 



William Sentman Taylor, Ph.D. 
Professor of V 




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Esther Cloudman Dunn, 
Ph.D. (Lond.) 
Professor of English Language 
and Literature 



Anna Mann Richardson, M.D. 
College Physician 





Josef Wiehr, Ph.D. 

Professor of German Language 
and Literature 



Margaret Rooke, M.A. (Oxon.) 

Professor of Italian Language 

and Literature 





Arthur Taber Jones, Ph.D. 
Professor of Physics 



Emily Ledyard Shields, Ph.D. 

Professor of Latin Language 

and Literature 




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Eleanor Shipley Dlckett, M.S. 
(Cantab.) Ph.D., D.Lit. (Lond.) 
Professor of Latin Language 
and Literature 



Frances Grace Smith, Ph.D. 
Professor of Botanv 





Ji ssie Yereance Cann, Ph.D. 

Professor of Chemistry 



Abbie Mabel O'Keefe, M.D. 
Director of Medical Service 





Vincent Guilloton, 

Agrege de L' Universite de Paris 
Professor of French Language 

and Literature 



Myra Melissa Sampson, Ph.D. 
Professor of Zooh 




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Aline de Vlilele, Brevet Superieur 
Professor of French Language 
and Literature 



Julius Seelye Bixler, Ph.D. 

Professor of Religion and 

Biblical Literature on the 

Charles H- Clar\ 

Foundation 





Mary Ellen Chase, Ph.D., Litt.D. 

Professor of English Language 
and Literature 



Marjorie Hope Nicolson, Ph.D. 

Dean and Professor of English 

Language and Literature 





Sidney R. Packard, Ph.D. 

Professor of History 



Elliott M. Grant, Ph.D. 

Professor of French 
Language and Literature 




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Harold Underwood Faulkner, 
Ph.D. 
Professor of History 



Oliver Waterman Larkin. A.M. 
Professor of Art 





Merle Eugene Curti, Ph.D. 

Professor of History 



CORTLANDT VAN WlNKLE, Ph.D. 

Professor of English Language 
and Literature 




Caroline Brown Bourland, Ph.D. 
Professor of Spanish Language and Literature 



Ruth Goulding Wood, Ph.D. 
Professor of Mathematics 



Esther Lowenthal, Ph.D. 
Professor of Economics and Sociology on the Robert A. Woods Foundation 



Clarence Kennedy, Ph.D. 
Professor of Art 



Vera Lee Brown, Ph.D. 

Professor of History 



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Jn iErmnrtam 

■proffBBor Emeritus of S>mitl) (Cullpge 



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List of Faculty 



LOUISE SEWALL CHEEVER, A.M Associate Professor «/ English Language and Literature 

AIDA AGNES HEINE. AM Animate Frofeisor of Geology and Geography 

MAR"i LOUISE FOSTER, Ph.D Associate Pro,essor of Chemistry 

MARY DELIA LEWIS, A.M Associate Professor of English Language and literature 

F. WARREN WRIGHT, Ph.D. Associate Profe^n, of Latin Language and literature 

SUSAN MILLER RAMBO, Ph.D Associate Professor „f Mathematics 

GRACE HAZARD CONKLING. B.L., A.M ■!<<«, late Professor of Hughs', Language and literature 

MARGARET BRACKENBL'RY CROOK, B.A. (Lon.) . . . Associate Professor of Religion and Bihlnal literature 

MARY MIRROR COOK, B.S Associate Professor of French Language and Literature 

HELEN ASHHURST CHOATE, Ph.D Associate Professor o\ Hi, tans 

LIZBETH R. LAUGHTON, A.B Associate Professor of Spoken English 

ALICE M. HOLDEN, Ph.D Associate Professor of Government 

MABELLE BABCOCK BLAKE. Ed.D Personnel Director and Associate Professor of Education 

SAMUEL ATKINS ELIOT, JR., A.B Animate Professor „f English Language and literature 

ELIZABETH ANDROS FOSTER, Ph.D Associate Professor of Spanish Language and literature 

ELIZABETH FAITH GENUNG, M.S Associate Professor of Bacteriology 

HIIJNI CATTANE, Dcxuur dc L'Universite do Paris . . Associate Professor of trench Language and literature 

RENF GUIET, A.M., LIC. Fs. L ■\no,,ate Professor of French Language and Literature 

CARY FRANKLIN JACOB, Ph.D Associate Professor of Spoken English 

CATHARINE ELIZABETH KOCH, A.M., MID Associate Professor of Lands ape Architecture 

YVONNE IMBALTT-HUART, Bi-Admissibilire 

Agrcgation, O.A. Associate Professor of French Language and Literature 

HAROI D EDWARD ISRAEL, Ph.D Associate Professor of Psychology 

K FRANCES SCOTT, Ph.B., M.D Associate Professor of Hsgienc 

IOHN WOODS DUKE Associate V \tusii 

HOWARD AUGUSTUS MEYERHOI I , A.M Associate Professor of Geology and Geography 

DOROTHY SEARS AINSWORTH, Ph.D Usoeiate Professot of Hygiene an I Physical I 1st etion 

MIGUEL ZAPATA s. TORRES, Ph.D Associate Professor of Spanish Language and literature 

MARY L1LIAS RICHARDSON, A.M Associate Professor of Latin Language and literature 

SARAH HOOK HAMILTON Associate Protestor of Musi, 

MARGARET BOOSTER CURTI, Ph.D. Associate Professor „i r 

ANNE B. G. HART, A.M. Associate Professor of English Language and I iterature 

ALPHONS P. A. VORENKAMP, Hist. Art. Doct". (Leyden) Associate Professor of Art 

BREWER GODDARD WHITMORE, A.M Associate Professor of Government 

».NNA ADELE CHENOT, A.M Associate Professor of French Language and literature 

GLADYS AMELIA ANSLOW. Ph.D Associate Professor of Physics 

LOUISE MARIE BOURGOIN', lie. Es.L Associate Professor oi Ircnih Language and Literature 

MARIE MILLIETTE Associate Professor of Musi, 

LUCY LORD BARRANGON, A.M Associate Professor of Art 

MARY EVELYN CLARK. Ph.D. (Lond.) Aisociate Professor of Philosophy 

S. McCLELLAN BUTT, A.M Associate Professot of Philosophy 

LELAND B. HALL, A.M Associate Professot of Musi, 

LURA SAWYER OAK, Ph.D. . . Associate Profe I Education and Pr,,i,,pal of the Cooperative Nursery S, h,„,l 

IOY SECOR, A.M R „„„ 

SOLON ROBINSON Associate Profess ,r „f Musi, 

MINNA KIRSTEIN CURTISS, A.M Associate Profess,,, of English Language an' literature 

LEONA CHRISTINE GABEL, Ph.D Associate Professor of History and Dean of the Class of 1912 

MADELEINE GUILLOTON, Lie. Fs. L., A.M Associate Professor of trench Language and Literature 

C. PAULINE BURT, Ph.D Associate Professor of Chemistry 

MARTHE STURM, Lit. Fs. L., 

Diplome d'etudes Supcrieures Associate Professor of Psychology 

1 I 1/ VBETH MAUD COLLINS, Ed.M. . .Associate Professor of I lucation and Pr,,,,,pal of He Smith Colic.. 

I. WILHELM KAUFMANN, Ph.D Xi ate Professor of German Language and Literature 

,WW C o KL BARNFS - BA - lOX ° n) Associate Professor of History 

HOWARD PAUL BECKER. P„.D Associate Professor of Economics and Sociology 

JOHN MASSON SMITH, Ph.D | or of French Language and Literature 

■yAN I' GOR OKHOFF ,,„„,„„, Pr „ ( ,.„, ir „, <.,,„,„, „„„. 

h'lou'.sa'bu:™: a": : *•"—/ ^s** 

LE^Tr» G n^ SCOTT ' AM ' • : : : '*»<»»<' Pressor' o fH \ y JJTSZ Jff 'cUs's JX 

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FD A F^^UR^TT^s M " NX,V ^ : ! TJtt tVLTmA 

ruiiH BLRNEII.B.S Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Pbvsi'al Education 

agnkc E Ar EL vaLghn Tn ,R ' AM •«'•** t -~ -" ""''"'" 

A A G R N A V« .ij ; ", N ,- PH ' D """"" f Ot^ek Langyge and L,,eeat„ 

AtstMism Professor »t B'tjin, 



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MARGARET HILL PEOPLES, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Trench Language ami Literature and Dean of the Class of 19)4 

GERTRUDE GOSS Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education 

ANN ELIZABETH CHANEY, A.M. Assistant Professor of German Language and Literature 

MAURICE HAYES CROSBY, A.M Assistant Professor of Education 

RAYMOND PUTNAM Assistant Professor of Music 

NEWTON ARVIN, A.B Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

DORIS SIBERT, A.M Assistant Professor of Music 

BLANCHE MITCHELL, A.M Assistant Professor of Italian Language and Literature 

RUTH ELIZABETH YOUNG, A.M Assistant Professor of Italian Language and Literature 

DOROTHY CAROLIN BACON, Ph.D Assistant Professor of Economics and Sociology 

CLARA WHITNEY CRANE, Ph.D Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

WAYNE EYER MANNING, Ph.D Assistant Professor of Botany 

KATHERINE LAMBERT RICHARDS, A.M Assistant Professor of Religion and Biblical Literature and 

Director of Religious Work and Social Service 
CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH WILDER, A.M. .... Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

DORCAS BRIGHAM, A.M Assistant Professor of Botany 

HELEN .JEANNETTE PEIRCE, A.M Assistant Professor of Spanish Language and Literature and 

Dean of the Class of 19i3 

MARINE ELIZABETH LELAND, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of French Language and Literature 

ROBERT PRANK COLLINS, A.M Assistant Professor of Geology and Geography 

JAMES JEROME GIBSON, Ph.D Assistant Professor of Psychology 

WINIFRED A. BLAMPIN, M.D., CM., (McGUI) Assistant Physician 

RUTH W. CRAWFORD, A.M Associate Personnel Dire, toi 

DOROTHY DAY, Ph.D Assistant Professor of Botany 

MAITLAND de GOGORZA Assistant Professor of Art 

ERNEST CHARLES DRIVER, Ph.D Assistant Professor of Zoology 

E. FRANCES STILWELL, A.M Assistant Professor of Zoology 

WILLIAM BEAUMONT SCATCHARD, Mus. B., B.S. . Assistant Professor of Music 

CYRUS FLINT STIMSON, Jr., A.M Assistant Professor of Art 

MARGARET ALEXANDER MARSH, A.M Assistant Professor of Economics and Sociology 

KARL SCOTT PUTNAM, B.S. A Assistant Professor of Architecture 

W. ROLFE BROWN, S.T.M Assistant Professor of Religion and Biblical Literature 

EVELYN BUCHAM, A.M. Assistant Professor of Economics and Sociology 

DELPHINE FITZ DARBY, A.M Assistant Professor of Art 

HELEN M. DEANE, A.B., B.S., M.D Assistant Physician 

AMBROGIO DONINI, Ph.D (Rome) Assistant Professor of Italian Language and Literature 

DOROTHY WOLF DOUGLAS, Ph.D Assistant Professor of Economics and Sociology 

MADELEINE PARKER GRANT, A.M Assistant Professor of Zoology 

KATHERINE GEE HORNBEAK, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

RUTH LEE KENNEDY, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Spanish Language and Literature 

VINCENT M. SCRAMUZZA, Ph.D Assistant Professor of History 

E. FRANCES WELLS, Ph.D Assistant Professor of Psychology 

MARJORIE WILLIAMS, A.M Assistant Professor of Astronomy 

NORA M. MOHLER, A.M . ... Assistant Professor of Physics 

RUTH LYDIA SAW, Ph.D. (Lond.) Assistant Professor of Philosophy 

JEAN STRACHAN WILSON, Ph.D. (Lond.) Assistant Professor of History 



A.M. 



HANNA FAY FATERSON, Ph.D. . 
MARIETTA EMMA, DETTI, Diploma di Magi 

Superiore, (Florence) .... 
GERTRUDE HELEN COSGROVil DUNHAM, 
ROSS LEE FINNEY, Jr. A.B. . 

ANITA W. FORD, Ph.D 

KATHERINE P. REDING, A.M 

HARRIETTE OVERTON AULL, A.M. 

GILBERT HAVEN AYRES, Ph.D 

JANE BRADSHAW, M.A. (Cantab, and Liverpool) 
GLADYS EUGENIA BRYSON, Ph.D. 
JOAQUIN CASALDUERO, Ph.D. (Madrid) 



Assistant Professor of Psychology 



Assistant Professor of Italian Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of German Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Music 

Assistant Professor of French Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Spanish Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Economics and Sociology 

Assistant Professor of Spanish Language and Literature 



PAUL GERALD GRAHAM, A.M Assistant Professor of German Language and Literature 

NEAL HENRY McCOY, Ph.D • Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

RUTH MORIZE, Mus.B Assistant Professor of Music 

CHARLOTTE GERTRUDE GUILER, A.M Instructor in Astronomy 

ELINOR VAN DORN SMITH, A.M Instructor in Botany 

JEANNE SEIGNEUR GUIET, Brevet Superieur, A.M. ..... Instructor in French Language and Literature 

AMY LINDNER Instructor in Hygiene and Physical Education 

CAROLINE HEMINWAY, A.M .... Instructor in Geology and Geography 

MARY LOUISE SMITH BOARDMAN, A.M Instructor in French Language and Literature 

ELIZABETH JOYCE CRATSLEY, A.M Instructor in Art 

MELVA ELIZABETH LIND, A.B., Lie. Es. L., 

Docteur de L'Universite de Paris ...... Instructor in French Language and Literature 

BIANCA DEL VECCHIO, Diploma di Magistero . . Instructor in Music 

ELIZABETH GRAHAM FRAME, M.A. (Dalhomie) . Instructor in Zoology 

ANNE GASOOL, A.M Instructor in French Language and Literature 

MARY ELIZABETH HAMILTON, A.B., R.N. . . Instructor in Hygiene 

HELEN MUCHNIC, A. M . . Instructor in English Language and Literature 

RICHARD HOWELL POST, B.S Instructor in Zoology 



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A. JEANNE SALE1L, Diplome D'ftudei Superi 
Concours Certifical Lettres . 

EDN \ KIII> Willi VMS, V M. 


urcs. 




tnstt Hi tor in I rt hi h Language and literature 

tnstructot m English Language dud Literature 


MARION I . Hi R.ONDJ . \.li. 
MR III 11 1. < ANTARELLA, A.M. 






Inst tut tor in Musit 

Instructor in Italian Language and Literature 

tnstrut tor m Botany 


ELISABETH KOFFKA, Ph.D. (Gicsscn) 
MARJORI1 l'l « 1 "i MORS!.. Jr., A.I!. . 
PRl I>l \< 1 \\ R.IGH 1 W Al 1 IS, A.B. 












Instructor m Hygiene and Physical Education 

Ins/rut tor m Hygiene and Physical Education 
Vocational Secretary 


VIRGINIA CORWIN, A.B., B.D. 






hi \t rut tor in Botany 

Instructor m Religion and Biblical Literature 

Instrui tor in Psyt bology 


PRAM 1 s 111 \\l II' BEC MR. U.S. 

1 I 1 VNOR1 BOSVf 1 1 1 ., Ph.D. (Lond.) . 

1 INN1 ( II \l'l\ ( L'RTIS, A.B. 
MARGARET DENNY, A.M. 
SHIRLEY ELIZABETH EDDY, A.B. 
MILDRED GREENBERG, A.M. 
EVELYN fENNINGS, B.S. 

VIRGINIA FRENCH MACKIE, A.M. 
VERA EFRON MINTZ, A.B. . 
ETHEL MURRAY, L.R., A.M. 
\ VIRGINIA NEWCOMER \ \l 






Instructor in Spanish Language and Literature 

I nst r in tor in / i oiio inn \ and So, iolog y 

tnstructot m English Language and Literature 
. Instrm tor in Zoology 
Instructor in Hygiene and Physical Education 
tnstructot in Engli h I uage and Literature 
Instructor m Hygiene and Physical Education 
Instructor m Hygiene and Physical Education 
Instructor m II ygiene and Physical Education 
tnstructot in English Language and Literature 

Instructor m Rinnan Language 
Instructor in M /*>/< 


IIENR1LTTL PELLETIER, Concours Certified 
HELEN WHITCOMB RANDALL, A.M. . 
MARGARET BERNARDINE RHEINBERGER, 
THOMAS AURALDO RILEY, A.B. . 
BENIAMIN MARTIN SHAUB I'h D 


Lcttres 




Instructor m French Language and Literature 

In strut tor in English Language and Literature 

! n\ti in tor in German Language and Literature 


MARIAN DON AI ILL TOLLES, A.B. 
MARIE BATEMAN BRAINERD A M 






instructor in Economics and So, uAogy 


ELIZABETH GREGORY PERKINS, A.M. 
CONSTANCE La MOTTE DAVISON, A.M. 
SYLVIA KENDRICK. HAZELTON, A.B. . 

ELEANOR GRIPR JACK A B 






Assistant in Geology and Geography 
Assistant in Psychology 


ESTHER ELIZABETH JONES \ B 








H. KATHERINE KUTCHIN, A.B. . 
FLIZABETH La RUE. A.B. 
MARY VALEDIA REED, A.B. 
HULDA JOHNSON REES, A.B. 
LYDIA ADELMA ROLF, M.S. . 
DOUGLAS A. THOM, M.D. 
MARTHA COMAN 






. Assistant in Chemistry 
, Assistant in Chemistry 

Assistant in Botany 
Assistant m Psychology 

Consultant in Mental Hygiene 


DORIS WEAVER, A.B. 

Secretaries 

MARY PARDEE ALLISON, A.B. 
MARY ELIZABETH MENSEL, A.B. 
EMMA BROWN PROCTOR 


• am 


i Office 


Assistant to Dire\ tot of Publicity 

Assistants 

Publications Secretary 
. A tsistant Warden 


FLORENCE ELIZABETH YOUNG, A.M. 

H. ESTELLE SMITH, A.B. 

HELEN LOUISE BAXTER 

PAULINE G. i IRDINAL 

MILDRED MARY O'BRIEN 

MARY SVOBODA LAMB .... 

WINNIFRED ALICE KILNLR 

MARY CE< ELIA SALVO .... 

GLADYS DINGLEDINE DIGGS, A.B. 

CAROL EILEEN BOOTH, A.B. 

LOUISE MORTON, A.B. . 

DOROTHY GILLERN SANER 

HELEN JOSEPHINE DRAKE . 

ALICE M. BRUSHWAY 

STELLA ALVERA ANDERSON 

VIOLA D. MAGRAN1S .... 


<\ 


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Sci retary to the Administrative Board 
issistant Secretary in the President's Office 
Assistant Secretary in the President's Office 
Assistant Secretary in the President's Office 

. Assistant in the Warden's Office 
Assistant in the Class Dean's Office 
Assistant in the Registrar's Office 
Assistant in the Registrar's Office 
Assistant in the Registrar's Office 
Assistant in the Registrar's Office 
Ass nf ant in the Registrar's Office 
Assistant in the B.ard of Admission 

Assistant m the Board of A (mission 
Assistant in the Board of Aim' 





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Mary Rogers Adams 
57 Barnes Street 
Providence, R. I. 



Sara Aisenberg 
247 Elm Street 
Gardner, Mass. 





Phebe Elizabeth Adams 
96 Event Street 
New Haven, Conn. 



Dorothy Alcorn 
15 S. Delaney Place 
Atlantic City, N. J. 





Ruth Adler 

95 Brunswick Street 

Pvochester, N. Y. 



Isabelle Sherman Aldrich 

149 Broadway 

New York City 




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Mary Gi nevievi Allen 
15 Crest Acres 
Summit, N. J. 



Jam i Ida Arend 

17.689 Cedar Road 

Cleveland, Ohio 





Ruth Sylvia Alpern 
Norwood Avenue 
Elhcron, N. J. 



Natalie Leila Baekey 

823 Colonia Road 

Elisabeth, N. J. 





Eleanor Andi rson 
25 Downing Road 
Brookline. Mass 



Pauline Frances Baerwald 

9 East 88th Street 
New York City 




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Emily Baker 
480 Moss Avenue 
Peoria, 111. 



Harriette Louise Barnard 

41 Slocum Crescent 

Forest Hills, N. Y. 





Lilian Louise Balboni 
142 Willow Street 
West Roxbury, Mass. 



Eleanor Frances Barnes 

16 Schudy Place 

New Rochelle, N. Y. 





Nancy Trowbridge Barker 
5 Crofut Street 
Pittsfield, Mass. 



Eleanor Shelton Barry 

Oak Crest 

Evanston, 111. 




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Charlotte Ba 
6 Louisburg Square 
Boston, Mass 



Elizabeth Swing Bell 

808 Devonshire Street 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 





Annette Jeanne Bauer 

220 23 rd Street 
Jackson Heights, N. Y. 



Elizabeth Warner Bellah 

214 Inwood Avenue 

Upper Montclair, N. J. 





Betty Margaret Bell 
94 E. Seminary Street 
Norvvalk, O. 



Maria Schai i i r Bennett 

80 Tomkins Street 

Cortland, N. Y. 




145] 




Ruth Ernestine Berliss 
1185 Park Avenue 
New York City 



Alice Lillian Bigley 

2 3 Lloyd Street 

Winchester, Mass. 





Barbara Best 

828 Michigan Avenue 

Wilmette, 111. 



Eleanor Clarke Billings 

117? Park Avenue 

New York City 





Dorothy Glenne Beverly 

236 N. Worth Avenue 
Elgin, 111. 



Dorothy Annette Blake 

2 3 Old Smith Road 

Tenafly, N. Y. 




146] 




Margari i Coi Blake 

95 Chestnut Street 
Englewood, N. J. 



Mary Ai igi s i a Bowman 

2667 Berkshire Road 

Cleveland, Ohio 





Bettina Boardman 

405 E. Main Street 
Marshalitown, la. 



Barbara Kingsley Bradli y 

79 New South Street 

Northampton. M is< 





Eugenia Adams Bovi v 
521 Clifton Avenue 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



Mary Franci s Bradi i y 

17 N. Clover Drive 
Great Neck. N. Y. 




[47j 




Ruth Ann Brank 
70 Maple Street 
Summit, N. J. 



Margaret Louise Brewster 

208 9th Street S. 

Fargo, N. D. 





Marcella Breidster 
3027 Marietta Avenue 
Milwaukee, Wis. 



Gernda von Briesen 

970 Park Avenue 

New York City 





Helen Doret Bretzfelder 
127 W. 79th Street 
New York City 



Anne Lee Broaddus 

812 W. 60th Terrace 

Kansas City, Mo. 




[481 




J i i i a Harlow Brodt 

283 West Grand Boulevard 

Detroit, Michigan 



Julia Agnes Bllman 

21 Prospect Avenue 

Greenfield, Mass. 





Helen Elizabeth Brown 
1410 S. 6th Street 
Terre Haute, Ind. 



Marion Greene Bussang 
Old Greenwich, Conn. 





Laura Brown 

116 S. Pleasant Street 

Independence, Mo. 



Charlotte Cabot 

College Hill 

Woodstock, Vt. 




[49] 




Elizabeth June Caffee 
6 Crescent Hill 
Springfield, Mass. 



Ruth Stratton Cannell 

3 Oak Knoll 

Arlington, Mass. 




* ^ 




Helen Calvocoressi 
46 E. 92nd Street 
New York City 



Grace Henrietta Carlon 

159 Midland Avenue 

Montclair, N. J. 





Dorothy Caroline Candee 
10 Arch Street 
Norwalk, Conn. 



Elizabeth Mary Carney 

11 Elm Street 

Gardner, Mass. 




T93T 



[501 




Lori.m Carvalho 
803 S. 15th Si 
Newark, N. J. 



Lillian Basilica Chiriacka 

4 2 Madison Street 

New York City 





Sylvia Cha< i 

289 Belmont Street 

Fall River, Mass. 



Lydia Barrett Chi i i endi n 

16 Elm Street 
Concord, Mass. 





Carolyn Tylir Ch isi 

251 Main Street 

Great Barrington, Mass. 



Louise Ann Christison 

112 Pleasant Street 

Mctluion. Mass. 




1932" 



fsi: 




Eleanor Bradford Church 
30 Bennington Street 
Newton, Mass. 



Mary Preston Clapp 

210 E. Willow Grove Avenue 

Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa. 







Sylvia Charlotte Cibel 
63 Mandalay Road 
Newton, Mass. 



Jane Snow Clausen 

1121 Lake Avenue 

Racine, Wis. 





Janet Claflin 

5840 Overbrook Avenue 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Virginia Dickinson Clutia 

379 Ridewood Avenue 

Glen Ridge, N. J. 




1932- 

[52] 




Elizabeth Cobb 
1601 Magnolia Drive 
Cleveland, Ohio 



Martha Colley 

10 Windsor Avenue 

Wayne, Pa. 





Gwendolen Hlntington 

Cochran 
231 E. 9th Street 
Plainfield, N. J. 



Clarice Viola Corniii 

1228 52nd Street 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 





Harriet Cohen 
3841 18th Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Mary Elizabeth Coughlin 

1 17 Pleasant Street 

North Adams, Mass. 





Edith Viola Cramer 
115 Beacon Street 
Hartford, Conn. 



Dorothy Culp 

1 27 N. Harvey Avenue 

Oak Park, 111. 





Eileen Creevey 
40 E. 63rd Street 
New York City 



Lota Winchell Curtiss 

2 Rogers Road 

New Haven, Conn. 





Mary-Francis Crosby 
3 1 Oak Terrace 
Webster Groves, Mo. 



Eleanor Fay Cushman 

779 Bryant Avenue 

Winnetka, 111. 




541 




Ariel Davis 

Ivy 4 Goodrich Avenue 

St Paul, Minn. 



Virginia Hinman Davis 

1? Granite Street 
Westerly, R I. 





Helen Emma Davis 
810 Grove Street 
Worcester, Mass, 



Virgin! \ Demaresi 

834 Sumner Avenue 

Springfield, Mass. 





Rith Garonir Davis 
709 S. Skinker Road 
St. Louis, Mo. 



Rosemary Denni 

240 Goodman Street So. 
Rochester, N. Y. 





Constance Mary Dick 
14 Bailey Avenue 
Plattsburg, N. Y. 



Elizabeth Helen Doran 

210 Hoyt Street 

Buffalo, N. Y. 





Martha Dickinson 
Hope Ranch Park 
Santa Barbara, Cal. 



Gwendolyn Hughes Duggan 

156 Pleasant Street 

Bradford, Pa. 





Lillian Dinniman 
376 Sherman Avenue 
New Haven, Conn. 



Lucy Katherine Dunn 

23 Brigham Park 

Fitchburg, Mass. 




1932^ 



561 




Eleanor Archibald Eaton 

40 Commonwealth Avenue 
Boston, Ma-.-. 



Elizabeth Bartlett Elmoki 

150 E. Palisade Avenue 

Englewood, N. J. 





Frances Cameron Eisler 
44H W. Pearl Street 
Butler. Pa. 



Marion Rines Emerson 

46 Park Street 
Northampton, Mass. 





Marie Louisi Ei mi r 
783? Winston Road 
Chestnut Hill. Pa. 



Miriam Putnam Emerson 

75 Hi»h Street 
Exeter, N. H. 





Flora Elizabeth Erikson 
94 Massasoit Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



Jane Arden Evans 
Balboa Heights, C. Z. 





Carolyn Erminger 
199 Lake Shore Drive 
Chicago, 111. 



Virginia Ritter Eyerly 

503 Market Street 

Bloomsburg, Pa. 





KlVELY EVANGELIDES 

189 Neilson Street 
New Brunswick, N. J. 



Dorothy Gardner Fabian 

1462 Wesley Avenue 

Evanston, 111. 




[58] 




Andrea Lucia Fi rgi 

8 Bailey Avenue 
Clarcmont, N. H. 



Elizabeth Rebecca Fisher 

7212 Perrysvillc Avenue 

Ben Avon, Pa. 





Katherine Putnam Field 
8 G. Street, Vedado, 
Havana, Cuba 



Muriel Capon Fitzgibbon 
68 Main Avenue 
Sea Cliff, N. Y. 





J i an Fischer 
Booth Avenue 

En.ulcvvood, N. J. 



Muriel Rose Fleischman 
170 Hamilton Avenue 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 




591 




Elizabeth Jane Flint 
213 Culver Road 
Rochester, N. Y. 



Sally Bush Fowler 

17 S. Maple Street 
Westfield, Mass. 





Kathleen Nesbitt Forler 
1060 Parker Avenue 
Detroit, Mich. 



Edith Fox 

1959 82nd Street 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 





Patricia Fowler 
10 Shepard Avenue 
East Orange, N. J. 



Emily Louise Frank 

401 Forest Avenue 

Cincinnati, Ohio 




[60] 




Banna La Rue Prank 

5744 Gaston Avenue 
Dallas. Tex. 



Elizabeth Cornell French 
8 Cotswold Way 
Scarsdale, N. Y. 





Marjorie Louise Frank 
2634 Lake View Avenue 
Chicago, 111. 



Helen Heath Frost 

72 Spooner Road 

Chestnut Hill, Mass. 





Doris Freile 
2600 Boulevard 
Jersey City, N. J. 



Mary Corinne Gamble 

1883 Madison Road 

Cincinnati, Ohio 



p 5 * - t 



J5T932^L 



[61' 




Esther Garbose 
164 Lawrence Street 
Gardner, Mass. 



Marjorie Gilbert 

181 Lydecker Street 

Englewood, N. J. 





Margaret Hinman Garrison 
1724 Seyburn Avenue 
Detroit, Mich. 



Barbara House Giles 

6 E. Sunnyside Street 

Troy, N. Y. 





Harriet Lane Gibbs 
57 Warner Street 
Springfield, Mass 



Marcia Holmes Glidden 

1932 Massachusetts Avenue 

Lexington, Mass. 




[621 




Bettie Raymond Glover 
1801 N. Washington A 
Scranton, Pa. 



Carolyn Elizabeth Goodwin 

29 Columbus Avenue 

Northampton, Mass. 





Janet Goodfellow 
7 2 Walker Avenue 
Bradford, Pa. 



Eli anor Miller Goodyear 

270 S. College Street 

Carlisle, Pa. 





Elizabeth Coyle Goodrich 


tjMfc— 


5516 Broad Branch Road, N.W. 




Washington, D. C. 






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j 


Sara Jane Gorton 
5400 Sunset Drive 


A*- am 


Kansas City, Mo. 





[63] 




Ruth Williams Gould 
321 W. 92nd Street 
New York City 



Loraine Ruth Gruneberg 

Elk's Square 

Lehighton, Pa. 





Dorothy Walker Greer 
37 Holbrook Street 
North Adams, Mass. 



Marjorie Louise Guernsey 

106 Oak Tree Place 

Leonia, N. J. 





Gertrude Lillian Gremmels 
Kahdena Road 
Morristown, N. J. 



Dorothy Evelyn Hagar 

1 Waterhouse Street 

Cambridge, Mass. 




[641 




Elsie Virginia Haig 
44 3 Green Lane, 
Roxborough, Philadelphia, Pa. 



Lois Mooney Hand 

3 3 Scotland Road 

Elizabeth, N. J. 





Jean Baird Hamilton 
5708 Forbes Street 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Mary Dorothea Hanna 

2995 Cadillac Blvd. 

Detroit, Mich. 





Margaret Mary Hammel 
Brush Hill Road 
Rcadvillc, Mass. 



Ruth Hard 
Manchester, Vt. 




65 




Julia McAdow Hardesty 
12 Cambridge Court 
Larchmont, N. Y. 



Frances Hatzel 

427 Main Avenue 

Weston, W. Va. 





Katherine Chamberlayne 

Hare^e 
Hotel Lucerne, 
201 W. 79th Street 
New York City 



Barbara Hawes 

Hotel Lincolnshire 

Charles Street, Boston, Mass. 





Frances Wood Hastings 
71 Evergreen Place 
East Orange, N. J. 



Rebecca Morrison Hawley 

73 5 W. Onondaga Street 

Syracuse, N. Y. 




[66] 




Rebecca Reed Hayi s 
Lewiston, Pa. 



Helen Coombs Henry 

8940 115th Street 

Richmond Hill, N. Y. 





Florence Clark Hearty 
214 Paine Avenue 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 



Dora Cecilia Hlox 

36 Reservoir Street 

Leeds, Mass. 





Julia Heiman 

69 Landscape Avenue 

Yonkers, N. Y. 



Ellen Louise Hess 

Berwick Road 

Bloomsburi;. Pa. 




1932- 



[67. 




Helen Anna Higginson 
2 Maplewood Street 
Larchmont, N. Y. 



Frances Slosson Holliday 

123 5 N. New Jersey Street 

Indianapolis, Ind. 





Carolyn Kirtland Hine 
1561 Mistletoe Drive 
Cleveland, Ohio 



Margaret Holmes 
Fayetteville, N. Y. 





Doris Margot Holden 
6 Greenwood Avenue 
Swampscott, Mass. 



Marie Claudia Holslag 

380 Irving Avenue 

South Orange, N. J. 




jrT932>_ 



[68] 




Barbara Ritchie Honeyman 
[lwaco, Wash. 



Catherine Spicer Hubley 

19 W. 5th Avenue 

Warren, Pa. 





Helen Bethell Hopkins 
51 Luddington Avenue 
Clifton, N. J. 



Kathryn Elizabeth Hughes 

2 Allston Place 

Boston, Mass. 





Helen Martha Hornbostel 
240 E. 19th Street 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Ellen Brush Hunt 

19-137 Metropolitan Avenue 

Kew Gardens, N. Y. 




59] 




Helen Bell Husband 
3 21 Lake Street, 
Manistique, Mich. 



Eloise Frances Johnson 

23 Waldron Avenue 

Summit, N. J. 





Elizabeth Merritt Jenkins 
1263 S. El Molino Avenue 
Pasadena, Cal. 



Nancy Elizabeth Jones 

325 Cavolwood Drive 

Beverly Hills, Cal. 





Ruth Jenney 
50 Spruce Street 
Lockport, N. Y. 



Ruth Karpinski 

1315 Cambridge Road 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 




[70] 




Cecile Marion Katz 
285 Central Park W. 
New York City 



Virginia Keeney 

5849 Race Avenue 

Chicago, 111. 





Janice Katz 

545 West End Avenue 

New York City 



Rebecca Louis Kennard 

15 Hathorn Street 

Somerville, Mass. 





Edith Elizabeth Keeler 
9654 Longwood Drive 
Chicago, 111. 



Virginia Scranton Kimberly 

561 Savin Avenue 

West Haven, Conn. 




T93F 



[71] 




Betsy Knapp 
206 Scott Avenue 
Syracuse, N. Y. 



Ruth Adams Lane 

St. Louis Union Trust Co. 

323 N. Broadway 

St. Louis, Mo. 





Rose'Mae Kornfeld 
2823 Collingwood Ave. 
Toledo, Ohio 



Abigail Stout Lee 
Pleasantville, N. Y. 





Eleanor Allen Lamont 
107 E. 70th Street 
New York City 



Helena Margaret Lennards 

921 Washington Street 

Evanston, 111. 




[721 




Francis Asm Levering 
819 Central Street 
La Fayette, Ind. 



Sara Lea Li yy 

200 Linden Street 

New Haven. Conn. 





Miriam Levin 

185 North Street 
Northampton. Mass. 



Helen Elizabeth Lewis 

514 S. Main Street 
Lewiston, Pa. 





Irene Carolyn Levin e 
501 Euclid Avnue 
Elmira, N. Y. 



Inci BOR(; LlM 

Pepperell. Mass. 




T932^ 



1731 




Eleanor Lindabury 
203 Summer Street 
Maiden, Mass. 



Mary Elizabeth Lockwood 

66 Orange Street 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 





Lenore Margaret Linehan 
420 S. Brainard Avenue 
La Grange. 111. 



Mary Celia Long 

4910 Center Avenue 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 





Margaret Elizabeth Lloyd 
217 S. Franklin St. 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 



Nina Price Lowenstein 

220 W. 87th Street 

New York City 




[74] 




Frances Loi hsi Li dwick 
East Brady, Pa 



\ i ■ y VR] I M< 1 

192 Silvi i Si reel 
Dover. N. H. 





Florence Isabi i i i 

Macdoxald 
Nanton 

Alberta, Canada 



Margaret Mary McLaughlin 

471 Beechwood Avenue 
Bridgeport, Conn. 





MlLDRED McDoNAl D 

Indian Lake, N. V. 



Acnes Denim>n McLean 

10?9 Pontiac Street 

Denver, Col. 





Dorothy Grace McLean 
618 Macon Street 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Charlotte Frances Manning 

41 Berwick Road 

Newton Center, Mass. 





Elizabeth Ranken 

MacLenathen 
1255 Carroll Street 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Linda Chapin Marcus 

284 Upper Mountain Avenue 

Upper Montclair, N. J. 





Isabel Holmes McMullen 
Pinebluff, N. C. 



Catherine Aronson Margolis 

Oak Lane Manor 

Oak Lane, Pa. 




T932- 



76] 






Wr^^^_ 




Elizabeth Berry Marshall 


'■J ■ 4L ■* 




21 Pleasant St. 






Woodstock, Vt. 








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n* 




4 - 


^Jv . 




A*^ ( 


u 


Adele Phillipine Masset 


■ 




70 Ormond Street 


^^a 




Hempstead, N. Y. 








Charlotte May Martin 
Swansea, Mass. 



Anna Ranken Mattern 

Riverview Manor 

Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 





Frances Lenox Martin 
Blandford Road 
Lochhaven, Norfolk, Va. 



Marcia Van Ness Maylott 

62 School Street 

Springfield, Mass. 




[77] 




{Catherine Lyan Merrill 
3 1 Tulip Street 
Summit, N. J. 



Ann Miller 

234 Irving Avenue 

South Orange, N. J. 





Louisa Sohier Metcalf 
77 Harbor View Avenue 
Winthrop, Mass. 



Susan Miller 

647 Spruce Street 

Winnetka, 111. 





Anne Henshaw Middlebrook 
79 State Street 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Rebecca Mary Morris 
Brookside Avenue 
Amsterdam, N. Y. 




[781 




Maren Downing Morrison 
1217 Michigan Avenue 
La Porte, Ind. 



Rose Carolyn Netter 

1200 Pickwick Avenue 

Springfield, Mo. 





Mary Stuart Mulligan 
Avon, N. Y. 



Marjorie Nei hoi 

3 5 W. 96th Street 

New York City 





Natalie Edgar Myers 
64 Maple Avenue 
Rahway, N. J. 



Emily Nichols 

443 Vista Avenue 

Portland. I >re. 





Eileen O'Daniel 
5 Hampshire Circle 
Bronxville, N. Y. 



Catherine Joan O'Loughlin 

540 New Britain Avenue 

Hartford, Conn. 





Athalia Stearns Ogden 
454 Westminster Avenue 
Elizabeth, N. J. 



Mildred Lillian Palmer 

11 S. Elm Street 

Bradford, Mass. 





Ruth Jackson Oginz 
861 St. Marks Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Ann Middleton Parker 
Fort Sheridan, 111. 




[80] 




Elizabeth Jean Parker 

Westhill 

Cape Elizabeth, Me. 



Tabitha McKeehan Petran 
13 5 W. 48th Street 
Minneapolis, Minn. 





Isabelle Gould Parker 
24 Pratt Street 
Pleading, Mass. 



Eugenie Petrequin 

16070 S. Park Blvd. 

Cleveland, Ohio 





Judith Mary Pequignot 
14 Appleton Road 
Glen Ridge, N. J. 



Hazel Elizabeth Pike 

5 Madison Avenue 

Springfield, Mass. 




1932~ 



81 




Grace Isabelle Piper 
860 Fairfield Circle, 
Pasadena, Cal. 



Mary Pickard Porter 

3120 W. Penn Street 

Queen Lane Manor 

Philadelphia, Pa. 





Aurelia Bowman Plumly 
679 West End Blvd. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Elizabeth Pratt 

Box 3 36 

Winter Park, Fla. 





Elisabeth Wiggin Plummer 
618 Highland Avenue 
Maiden, Mass. 



Gertrude Raffel 

229 W. 97th Street 

New York City 




[821 




Virginia Graci Ram si v 
757 Williams Parkway 
Denver, Col. 



Rosalie Sandi.rlin Reed 

324? Cleveland Avenue N. W. 

Washington, D. C. 





Margaret Ogden Rankin 
224 Warwick Avenue 
South Orange, N. J. 



Eleanor Niven Reid 

2143 5th Avenue 

Troy, N. Y. 







Winifred Natalie Rathbln 
120 Brooklyn Avenue 


%:. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


*" Iff* 






Emma Dorothy Reynolds 




65 Blossom Street 


ifc 


Leominster, Mass. 




5T932^l 



[831 




Priscilla 


Richards 




44 Maple 


Street 






Florence, 


Mass. 






Marian Low 


Richardson 




117 


Lake 


Avenue 




Newton 


Cente 


r, Mass. 





Constance Richardson 
655 N. Church Street, 
Bound Brook, N. J. 



Arline Wheeler Riggs 

32 Orleander Street 

West Springfield, Mass. 





Hilda Small Richardson 
193 Edwards Street 
Portland, Me. 



Bettina Ripley 

38 Bracebridge Road 

Newton Center, Mass. 




[84] 




Florence Isabel Roberts 
1907 James Avenue 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



Frances Theresa Rosenbal'm 

227 E. 57th Street 

New York City 





Marian Roberts 
114 N. Main Street 
West Hartford, Conn. 



Maxine Dorothy Rosett 

17 W. 71st Street 

New York City 





Florence Louise Rose 
51 Chapman Place 
Irvington, N. J. 



Helena Stewart Ross 

240 Elm Street 

Northampton, Mass. 




[851 




Zelthia Fox Ruben 
809 Amherst Street 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Margaret Barrett Sawyer 

34 Cabot Street 

Winchester, Mass. 





Virginia Hieston Rugh 
3 25 Cynwyd Avenue 
Cynwyd, Pa. 



Josephine Mary Scelsi 

56 N. John Street 

Pittsfield, Mass. 





Eleanor Seely Salmon 
118 E. 93rd Street 
New York City 



Helen Isabel Schnepel 

372 Highland Avenue 

Orange, N. J. 




T932- 



[86] 




Lillian Klein Schoi nbrun 

N. Elk Avenue 
Dover. N. J. 



Margare i Tressler Si 

207 Inwood Avenue 
Upper Montclair, N. J. 





(ilia Schopick 

170 Beech wood Avenue 

Bridgeport, Conn. 



Ursi i a E\ i.lyx Setlow 

2 2 Dwight Street 

New Haven, Conn. 





Elizabeth Harriet Schro. 
27:6 E. Newberry Blvd. 
Milwaukee. Wis. 



Agnes Jeffrey Shedd 

264 N. Drexcl Avenue 

Columbuv Ohio 





Elizabeth Sherry 
114 Maple Avenue 
Troy, N. Y. 



Helen Dorothy Shore 

89 Summit Road 

Bryn Mawr, Pa. 





Carolyn Bartow Sherwood 
118 Dana Place 

Englewood, N. J. 



Lisbeth Helen Shulman 

91 Warrenton, Avenue 

Hartford, Conn. 





Agnes Foran Shields 
192 Main Street 
Flemington, N. J. 



Elise Julia Sieker 

120 La Fayette Avenue 

Hawthorne, N. J. 




jrT932^L 



[881 




Ruth Silverman 

179 Wheeler Avenue 
Providence, R. I. 



Pauline Slum 

62V2 Washington Street 

New Bedford, Mass. 





Caroline Simonds 
North Andover, Mass. 



Katherine Craic. Smith 

982 Madison Avenue 

Plainfield, N. J. 





Helen Hoffman Simpson 
944 Paulding Street 
Pcekskill, N. Y. 



Margaret Gushing Smith 

17 Sudbury Road 

Concord, Mass 



[-?% •* 



Mk 





[891 




Irma June Smithton 
2916 Observatory Road 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



Elizabeth Gregory Staley 

361 State Street 

Albany, N. Y. 





Betty Sniffen 
Melrose Court 
Dallas, Texas 



Ann Stanley 

18850 Shaker Blvd. 

Cleveland, Ohio 





Louise Diamond Speir 
64 Short Hill Road 
Forest Hills, N. Y. 



Katharine Laurence 
Stapelton 

163 Walnut Street 
Holyoke, Mass. 




[901 




Gertrude Eleanor Steere 
Chcpaclict. R. I. 



Nancy Ponton Stevenson 

230 Crescent Street 

Northampton, Mass. 





<«fc '->, 




Hildegarde Gierasch Stevens 
Wcsthampton Beach, N. Y. 



Joy Gilbert Stilson 

268 Willow Street 

New Haven. Conn. 





Mary Victoria Stevens 
1415 Prospect Avenue 
Plainfield, N. J. 



Hermine Virginia Summer 

846 E. Broad Street 
Columbus, Ohio 




91 




Shirley Berenice Swift 
234 Windemere Avenue 
Wayne, Pa. 



Felicia Chedsey Thomas 

55 Central Park V/est 

New York City 





Virginia Sanborn Sykes 
3 3 Central Avenue 
Cranford, N. J. 



Helen Anita Thum 
819 Avenue C. 
Bayonne, N. J. 





Irene Rose Thatcher 
Box 112 
Lakeville, Conn. 



Mary Olmstead Thurston 

2421 Pillsbury Avenue 

Minneapolis, Minn. 




[921 




Mary IsBl i L TlBBl i i - 

4 Sheffield R.i 
Winchester, M 



Elaine Ruth Towne 

283 Drury Avenue 
Athol, Mass. 





Betty Harriet Tomlinson 
129 Union Street 

Montclair, N. J. 



Lilla Train 

1111 Bull Street 

Savannah, Ga. 





Jessica Tower 

142 Woodland Avenue 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 



Doris Trivlrs 

225 Pennsylvania Avenue 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 





Marjorie Clinton Tubbs 
207 Prospect Street 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 



Clara Janet Voss 

837 S. 11th Street 

Newark, N. J. 





Caroline Creyon Vance 
125 J Carroll Street 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Elizabeth Hand Wadhams 
Dongan Hills 
St. Is. N. Y. 





Ruth Fleming Vanderpoel 
107 Vose Avenue 
South Orange, N. J. 



Melissa Jane Wadley 

4646 N. Meridian Street 

Indianapolis, Ind. 




[94] 




Louise Elizabeth Wagner 

704 Lodi Street 
Syracuse, N. Y. 



Mary Loi IS! WALSH 

2051 North Avenue 
Bridgeport, Conn. 





Jane Marian Waldheim 
21? Winter Street 
Norwood, Mass. 



Millicent Ward 

200 Highwood Avenue 

Leonia, N. J. 





Fannie Claire Wallace 
508 S. Fulton Street 
Salisbury, N. C. 



Louise Childs Warner 

209 N. Main Street 

Florence. Mass. 




95 




Eleanor Merritt Warnock 
8? New South Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



Lydia Cabot Weare 

452 Audubon Road 

Boston, Mass, 





Madeline Watson 
Selbyville, Del. 



Roberta Wilson Webb 

199 College Avenue 

New Brunswick, N. J. 





Mary Eleanor Watters 
24 Oxford Road 
White Plains, N. Y. 



Julie Tallmadge Webber 
109 Hamilton Avenue 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 




[961 




Mary Jam Wi i rs 
1105 Park Avi 
New York City 



M \KV MaRGAR] I Wi MP] i 

Somerville, N. J 





Emily Gallup Weidman 
Marcellus, N. Y. 



\l\l H Li INJ W'il KINSON 

63 Magnolia Avenue 

Garden City N Y. 





\ lOMi Weinberg 

13 24 Carroll Street 
Brooklyn, N. V. 



Myrtle Williams 

109 Waban Hill Road N. 

Chestnut Hill. Mass. 




^T932^- 



[97 




Jeanne De Wolfe Wilmarth 
316 Glen Street 
Glens Falls, N. Y. 



Carmlita Elizabeth Woerner 

851 Alameda Drive 

Portland, Ore. 





Margery Edwards Witherell 
78 High Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



Margaret Eloise Woodruff 

146 Cottage Street 

New Haven, Conn. 





Catherine Louise Wittig 
3411 Coleman Road 
Kansas City, Mo. 



Katherine Woods 
18 Maher Avenue 
Greenwich, Conn. 




[981 




Margaret Greer Woods 
2 Lehman Lane 
Germantown, Pa. 



Dorothy Young 

97 Warren Place 
Montclair, N. J. 





Lucia Learned Woodworth 
26 Norfolk Road 
Arlington, Mass. 



Elizabeth Young 

808 West End Avenue 

New York City 





Katharine Hyde Wormelle 
75 Gardner Street 
All-ton, Mass. 



Kathirine Carter Young 

808 West End Avenue 

New York City 




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Mary Blake Young 
324 Summit Avenue 
St. Paul, Minn. 



Frances Eleanor Ziskind 

75 Gates Street 

Lowell, Mass. 




Other Members of the Class of IQ32 



Evelyn Ames 

Nevin Green 

Helen Katherine Lane 

Lisette Elliott Personius 

Helen Elizabeth Price 

Olive Oburn Vaughan 



225 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass. 

2421 Marcy Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1228 E. Newton St., Seattle, Wash. 

514 Maple Ave., Elmira, N. Y. 

24 Ward Ave., Northampton, Mass. 

. 3 1 5 Ridge Road, Akron, O. 



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Former Members of the Class of 1932 



Ella Adams 
Margaret Adams 
Fuji Hale Adamson 
Evelyn Ruth Ahrend 
Ruth Elizabeth Albrioht 
Margaret Warner Allen 
Marion Bennett Andrew 
Beartrice Appleton 
Genevieve Eliza Babcock 
Betty Baker 

Katharine Deborah Ball 
Ruth Bass 

Barbara Hi n man Beck 
Marjorie Clerc Beers 
Jane Colburn Belcher 
Ella Margaret Boswell 
Elizabeth Wolf Bratton 
Carolyn Esselstyn Brooks 
Marjorie Wentz Bunsted 
Margaret Mary Byrne 
Margaret Clarke Cahill 
Jean Campbell 
Harriet Bernice Carlsen 
Eleanor Rometsch Caswell 
Evelyn Douglas Causey 
Virginia Child 
Anne Elizabeth Clark 
Constance Irene Clough 
Lucille Alice Conkey 
Helen Collier Connell 
Julia Dexter Cooley 
Marjorie Gordon Currie 



Elizabeth Porter Damon 
Virginia Dantells 
Jane Davi nport 

Evelyn Mary Desha 
Dorothy Elizabeth Devery 
Eileen Marie Donoghue 
Catharine Kaercher Dresh man- 
Jane Howard Dnn 
Martha Hopple Dwight 
Bertha Christine Eckfeldt 
Doris Isabel Eddy 
Mary Louise Edmunson 
Eleanor Martha Edwards 
Susan Edwards 
Marc.aret Baker Egbert 
Winona Ewinc; Eicher 
Margaret Alice Eliason 
Sherley Engle 
Marcia Elizabeth Estabrook 
Marjorie Florence Estabrook 
Frances Foerster 
Alice Freeman 
Dorothy Friedlander 
Louise Cecil Friedlander 
Anne Hutchinson Fuller 
Mary J. Gehr 
Eunice Jean Gluckman 
Janet Paula Goetz 
Sally Goodman- 
Dorothy Amelia Goodwin 
Sally Berkley Gordon- 
Helen Erna Marguerite Greeff 



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Joan Thomson Greene 


Elizabeth Ley 


Harriette Ethel Halpern 


Katherine Flateau Long 


Katherine Virginia Hampton 


Elenor Lust 


Jane Antoinette Hascall 


Rosanna Masi McCleave 


Frances Wood Hastings 


Frances Lois McConnell 


Emilie Hatfield 


Marjorie Mudget McCormick 


Katherine Hawley Hawkes 


Martha Anne McDevitt 


Ida May Henly 


Helen Kathro McKittrick 


Sarah Hershkowitz 


Mary-Lloyd Macy 


Beryl Herz 


Mary Murray Mahony 


Gillette Hewitt 


Mary Catherine Malarkey 


Lucy Askew Hill 


Katherine Travers Manninc 


Lois Baldwin Howe 


Edith Frances Marean 


Dorothy Anne Hull 


Jane Leonard Maroney 


Anne Elizabeth Hurst 


Gatria Barrows Mather 


Marion Elysabeth Hutson 


Grace Flora Mather 


Marcia Ellen Judd 


Ruth Cecilia Meany 


Marjorie Florence Kahn 


Marion Dickinson Mendenhall 


Hazel Katz 


Alice Jane Merrell 


Mary Louise Kean 


Hilda Roberta Merry 


Janet Royal Kendig 


Mary Westwood Montgomery 


May Louise Kenig 


Eleanor Moore 


Mary Boydston Kimball 


Esther Moretsky 


Virginia Klein 


Libby Elizabeth Morrow 


Edith May Koshland 


Mary Frieda Morse 


Isabel Kirkpatrick Kremer 


Olive Goodell Morse 


Irene Myrtle Land 


Beatrice Eugene Moskowitz 


Carol Lapham 


Margaret Hunt Murray 


Elizabeth Kendall Larcom 


Marjorie Katharine Myers 


Jane Lawrence 


Marjorie Florence Oest 


Elizabeth Mead Lee 


Ruth Ohl 


Christine Elizabeth Leighou 


Elizabeth Howland Palfrey 


Irene Carolyn Levine 


Josephine Gilbert Paret 


Florence Ruth Levy 


Margaret Whitcomb Peters 




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Nora-Blanche Peters 


Rebecca Williams Tenney 




Elizabeth Swift Potter 


Pauline Mary Teweles 




Rhoda Ann Powell 


Mary Sargent Thompson 




Mary Lord Pratt 


Ruth Thompson 




Rosalind Dorothy Rapoport 


Annie Trask Thomson- 




Jane-Dorsa Rattenbliry 


Margaret Douglas Todd 




Betty Ray 


Jane Estelle Toulon 




Mary Welch Read 


Margaret Ellen Tourtellot 




Marcia Helen Robertson 


Helen Legate Tupper 




Barbara Anne Russell 


Elizabeth Underhill 




Mary McClintock Ryland 


Adele Corinne Urbach 




Elizabeth Kimborough Salmon 


Constance Ballard Van Duyn 




Virginia Mary Scanlan 


Helen Marguerite Betts Walton 




Mildred Rosalie Scheuer 


Jeanne Elinor Ward 




Louise Schierenberg 


Mary Souther Watkins 




Mary Schneider 


Anne Jane Watson 




Vera Virginia Schott 


Gretchen Mary Watson 




Dorothy Schofield 


Mary Virginia Watson 




Vitrice Rose Scott 


Inez Virginia Webster 




Louise Elizabeth Senior 


Aline Gertrude Wechsler 




Alicia Prescott Skinner 


Amy Weichsel 




Olive Amy Sloan 


Harriet Weller 




Emily Lazier Smith 


Louise Ida Weston 




Fr<\nces Townley Smith 


Louise Babette Wetzler 




Janet Mixer Smith 


Marian Shakespeare Whitehouse 




Elsie Snyder 


Elizabeth Annin Whitenack 




Georgia Stamm 


Lida Whitmore 




Frances Margaret Steinmetz 


Elizabeth West Williams 




Jean Josephine Sterne 


Frances Randall Williams 




Helen MacLeod Stine 


Elizabeth Carolyn Wise 




Peggy Strasser 


Olive Charlotte Wolfe 




' Grace Jean Stratton 


Theresa Ann Woolner 




Margaret Caroline Stults 


Barbara Wilson Wunderlich 




Blanche Sylvia Tausick 


Katherine Adams Young 

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Freshman Tear 




OFFICERS 

President 
Carolyn Sherwood 

Vice-President 
Athalia Ogden 

Secretary 
Collier Connell 

Treasurer 
Gernda von Briesen 



Judicial Board Member 
Elizabeth Cobb 

Song Leader 
Ellen Hess 

Assistant Song Leader 
Elizabeth French 




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1932 And All That? 

i 

Of the two dates essential to a history of the Class of 1932 the first is September 
25, 1928. (The second will be taken up in chronological order.) It was on this date 
that 536 young ladies met together as with one mind to face the world, particularly 
that section of it commonly known as Smith's College, and to do their part to make 
said world, particularly aforementioned section, safe for whatever it should be safe 
for. With this great purpose always before them, and thinking always of their part 
in the universe these 536 began strenuously to uphold their own good names and that 
of the college — with degrees of effort and success varying according to the kind. 
In their pursuit of this ideal program they listened for hours on end to five minute 
talks on how they could best carry out the ideal — from the point of view of faculty, 
administration, student government, athletics, debating, publications, music, etc., etc., 
ad infinitum. Because it made for efficiency and was recommended by every one, 
they elected a president from their number. Which was a Good Thing. Thence- 
forth under President Sherwood's able leadership they proceeded on their way. They 
elected numerous other young ladies to offices and the unicorn to the position of class 
animal. In spite of the joyeuse Miss Stapleton they expressed their altruism in the 
class motto, 7\[on nobis solum. 

Academically, several decided not to follow the mob, but to bz individual, and 
so they saw to it that their class cards were nicely marked with red R's — standing 
perhaps for radical, or realist, or representative, or any one of a number of things. 
The only trouble with this scheme was that so many people got the same idea, or else 
were born with it. 

Along in the middle of the year Treasurer von Bricsen, inspired by an admirable 
sense of the fitness of things, sought to express the emotions — shall we say sympa- 
thetic, congratulatory, condoling, or what shall we say — to the Class Dean, Miss 
Isabel Smith, on the announcement of her engagement. This would have been a Good 
Thing if Dean Smith had announced her engagement. 

And the Good Things and the Not so Good Things were the first year. 



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Grayiddaughters 



' Nancy Barker 
Barbara Best 
Margaret Blake 
Ruth Brank 
Carolyn Chase 
Virginia Clutia 
Elizabeth Cobb 
Eileen Creevey 
Martha Dickinson 
Miriam Emerson 
Sally Fowler 
Elizabeth French 
Harriett Gibbs 
Barbara Giles 



Marcia Glidden 
Elizabeth Goodrich 
Barbara Honeyman 
Betsy Knapp 
Eleanor Lamont 
Agnes McLean 
Katherine Merrill 
Ann Miller 
Ann Parker 
Hazel Pike 
Elizabeth Plummer 
Margaret Scott 
Agnes Shedd 



Elizabeth Sherry 
Helen Simpson 
Louise Speir 
Laurence Stapleton 
Mary Victoria Stevens 
Mary Tibbets 
Betty Tomlinson 
Mary Walsh 
Lydia Weare 
Emily Weidman 
Madeleine Wilkinson 
Myrtle Williams 
Jeanne Wilmarth 
Dorothy Young 



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Sophomore Tear 




OFFICERS 

President 
Elizabeth Cobb 

Vice-President 
Elizabeth French 

Secretary 
Ruth Gould 

Treasurer 
Margaret Scott 

Council Member 
Carolyn Sherwood 

Judicial Board Member 
Carolyn Chase 



Song Leader 

Dorothy Devery* 

Ellen Hess 

Assistant Song Leader 

Ellen Hess* 

Dorothy Devery 

Chairman of Carnival 
Ellen Hess 

RaU;y Day Class Chairman 
Margaret Smith 

Historian 
K. Lawrence Stapleton 

Chairman of Push Committee 
Dorothy Shore 
^Resigned 




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II 

Still intent on upholding those good names and refreshed by a summer <>t 
ordinary living, the members of what was the class of 1932 returned to the haunts of 
Sophia in September of 1929. By this time they gloried in the recognition bestowed 
by the college-at-large on those not freshmen, and were thereby admitted to the rights 
and privileges of all sorts of things. They sang gayly to the class of 1933 at Fresh- 
man Frolic and added to their program of work the task of making the class of 1933 
happy in the realization that they might in time reach the exalted sophomoric state. 

The moment which was to manifest to a waiting college the vast superiority 
of the class of 1932 was, of course, the Sophomore Carnival. Under the chairman- 
ship of Ellen Hess, the carnival was planned, rehearsed, and costumed. Efficient 
publicity stirred the minds of the college to a pleasant state of anticipation. Pictures 
were taken at dress rehearsals and discreetly circulated to arouse greater curiosity. 
Nature then stepped in and caused the date to be changed, so that the college had 
to wait for Paradise to freeze over. This naturally made a greater state of anticipation 
and would have been a Good Thing if Paradise had ever frozen over. However, 
there are in the archives of the class lovely pictures of President Cobb as the Prince 
of Wales and President Armstrong of the class of 1933 as a lion, and the imagination 
of the college-at-large was so stimulated that nearly every one has forgotten that 
there was no carnival that year. 

Bearing up bravely under this bitter blow, the members of the class turned to the 
Rally Day Show with undaunted zeal. Peg Smith's chairmanic efficiency and the far- 
reaching imagination of Miss Stapleton (who graced the scene in a bright colored 
kimono and beret together with her version of the ever popular Scotch accent) pro- 
duced for the college a field day truly prophetic of the actual formal opening of the 
Lamont Bridge. 

The crowning event of the year was, odd as it may seem, Commencement, at 
which Push Committee assisted in a highly efficient fashion. Already at the end of 
their second year the members of the class had discovered their several callings in the 
world of Smith College. There were those who, like Miss Rugh, Miss Eaton, Miss 
Margaret Woods, and Miss Shore, were wont to disport themselves gayly on the 
greensward in tunics, brandishing hockey sticks or tossing basketballs. There were 
those who, like Miss Cobb, Miss Knapp, and Miss Stapleton, were wont to pass their 
days in the scholarly pursuit of that elusive thing called education. There were those 
who, like Miss Adams, Miss Lamont, Miss Hess, and Miss Caffee, were wont to grace 
the campus in what the well-dressed girl will wear. There were, finally, those who, 
like Miss Ogden, Miss M. C. Smith, Miss French, Miss Chase, and Miss von Bnesen, 
were wont to uphold their own good names and that of the college to a superlative 
degree. From these groups Sophomore Push Committee was chosen, and these 
groups, together with ye goode olde (Anglo-Saxon or inorganic, who can say?) 
average student made up the class as it finished its second year. 



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Sophomore Push Committee 



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Dorothy Shore 



Margaret Adams 
Gernda von Briesen 
Elizabeth Caffee 
Carolyn Chase 
Lydia Chittenden 
Elizabeth Cobb 
Dorothy Devery 
Eleanor Eaton 
Susan Edwards 
Elizabeth French 
Ruth Gould 
Ellen Hess 



Betsy Knapp 
Eleanor Lamont 
Anna Mattern 
Eileen O'Daniel 
Athalia Ogden 
Ann Parker 
Elizabeth J. Parker 
Virginia Rugh 
Margaret Scott 
Margaret Smith 
K. Laurence Stapleton 
Margaret Woods 



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Junior Tear 




OFFICERS 

President 

Dorothy Shore 

"Vice-President 

Margaret Woods* 

Lydia Chittenden 

Secretary 

Katherine Merrill 

treasurer 

Virginia Rugh 

Council Members 

Anna Mattern 

K. Laurence Stapleton 

Judicial Board Member 

Betsy Knapp 

Song Leader 

Ellen Hess 



Assistant Song Leader 

Elizabeth French 

Chairman of Junior Prom 

Anne Clark 
Rally Day Class Chairman 

Eleanor Eaton 

Chairman of Junior Ushers 

Ruth Gould 

Historian 

Ingeborg Lincoln 

President of Sorbonne Group 

Agnes McLean 

^Resigned 




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Junior year saw members of the class in Madrid, where they were treated to a 
revolution, and in Paris, where in spite of various forms ot temptation they kept to 
their original work of upholding-their-own-good-name-and-that-of-the-college. Those 
who were left by the shores of the Connecticut went on their way serenely, alike beset 
by the vicissitudes of college life and showered by its blessings. 

Rally Day saw Ingeborg Lincoln overseeing the making of cheese sandwiches, 
hot chocolates, and student revolutions on the stage of John M. Greene. Under the 
direction of Puffer Eaton the Din Inn exuded such an air of verisimilitude that even 
Mr. Curley was confused. 

The high point of the social year was, of course, Prom. Carol Sherwood was 
elected chairman, but resigned in the spring to take up her duties in her bigger and 
better job of helping the college at large to uphold — da da da, da da da, da da da, 
and Anne Clark was elected in her place. The sun shone for Garden Party, the moon 
for Prom; the week-end was all that could be asked of any week-end. 

And before they knew it, my dears, Commencement came again. It as sopho- 
more pushers the members of '32 were efficient, they were super-efficient as Junior 
Ushers. (At least they thought so.) They ushed vigorously and politely all week-end 
and still, would you beblievc it, managed to -- but we see you've heard that one. 

The Good Thing of this year was the election of five members of the class to 
the Zeta of Massachusetts Chapter of Phi (pronounced any way convenient to you at 
the moment) Beta (ditto) Kappa (we dare any one, including the Dean and Miss 
Shields, to find an alternate way of pronouncing that) . 

And so they wept a little and realized they were seniors. 



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Sorbonne Group 



1930— 1931 



Agnes McLean 



Phoebe Adams 
Sarah Aisenberg 
Ruth Alpern 
Lilian Balboni 
Eleanor Billings 
Margaret Blake 
Eugenia Bovey 
Marcella Breidster 
Marion Bussang 
Sylvia Cibel 
Janet Claflin 
Martha Colley 
Helen Davis 
Constance Dick 
Miriam Emerson 



Patrica Fowler 
Sally Fowler 
Emily Frank 
Esther Garbose 
Harriet Gibbs 
Frances Hastings 
Florence Hearty 
Helen Henry 
Dora Heon 
Margaret Holmes 
Marie Holslag 
Helen Husband 
Elizabeth Jenkins 
Ruth Karpinski 
M aroaret Mc Intosh 



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President 

Mary /iahony 
Marfn Morrison 
Emily Nichols 
Mildred Palmer 
Winifred Rathbun 
Florence Roberts 
Florence Rose 
Ursula Setlow 
Helen Simpson 
Alicia Skinner 
Mary V. Stevens 
Elaine Towne 
Marjorie Tlbbs 
Louise Wagner 
Madelaine Wilkenson 




Spanish Group 



1930— 1931 



Evelyn Desha 
Mary Hanna 



Virginia Keeney 
Lydia Wears 



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Special Honors Students 



1932 



Ruth E. Berliss 
Alice L. Bigley 
Elizabeth Cobb 
Gwendolyn H. Cochran 
Lota W. Curtiss 
Rosemary Denniston 
Dorothy Greer 
Mary Louise Kean* 

*Left College 

**V*/ithdrawn from Special Honors 



Betsy Knapp 
Marcia Maylott 
Eileen O'Daniel 
Tabitha M. Petran 
Pauline Slom 
K. Laurence Stapleton 
Betty H. Tomlinson 
Ruth Vanderpool** 



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Junior Promenade Committee 



*Carolyn Sherwood 
Anne Clark . 
isabelle aldrich 
Margaret Allen 
Elizabeth Caffee 
Doris Freile . 
Helen Frost . 
Eleanor Lamont 
Margaret Smith 
Melissa Wadley 
Elizabeth Williams 
Sara Hubler . 
Julia Vogt 
* Resigned 



General Chairman 

General Chairman 

Head Usher 

Garden Party Chairman 

Refreshment Chairman 

Chaperone and Tea Dance Chairman 

Invitation Chairman 

Program and Favor Chairman 

Floor Chairman 

Music Chairman 

Theatre Chairman 

Sophomore Decoration Chairman 

Sophomore Garden Party Chairman 



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junior Ushers 

Marsh alls 



Anne Parker 



Margaret Smith 



Ruth Adler 
isabelle aldrich 
Margaret Allen 
Harriette Barnard 
Charlotte Bassett 
Betty Bell 
Elizabeth Bell 
Eleanor Barry 
Annette Bauer 
Ruth Berliss 
Barbara Best 
Mary Bowman 
Barbara Bradley 
Ruth Brank 
Gernda von Briesen 
Anne Lee Broaddus 
Charlotte Cabot 
Elizabeth Caffee 
Carolyn Chase 
Lydia Chittenden 
Anne Clark 
Virginia Clutia 
Elizabeth Cobb 
Edith Cramer 
Eileen Creevey 
Dorothy Culp 
Lota Curtiss 
Eleanor Cushman 
Ariel Davis 
Ruth Davis 
Rosemary Denniston 
Dorothy Devery 
Gwendolyn Duggan 



Eleanor Eaton 
Marie L. Elmer 
Marion Emerson 
Carolyn Erminger 
Jane Evans 
Dorothy Fabian 
Andrea Ferguson 
Marjorie Frank 
Elizabeth French 
Doris Friele 
Helen Frost 
Mary Gamble 
Margaret Garrison 
Marcia Glidden 
Sara J. Gorton 
Ruth Gould 



Ushers 

Margaret Lloyd 
Charlotte Manning 
Martha McDevitt 
Isabel McMullen 
Linda Marcus 
Grace Mather 
Anna Mattern 
Marcia Maylott 
Katherine Merrill 
Ann Miller 
Susan Miller 
Rebecca Morris 
Natalie Meyers 
Eileen O'Daniel 
Athalia Ogden 



Anne Parker 
Marjorie Guernsey Elizabeth Parker 
Dorothy Hagar Isabellf. Parker 

Jean Hamilton Eugenie Petrequin 

Barbara Hawes Grace Piper 

Katherine Hawkes Aurelia Plumly 
Julia Heiman Margaret Rankin 

Ellen Hess Rosalie Reed 

Carolyn Hine Arline Riggs 

Frances Holliday Bettina Ripley 
Helen Hornbostel Virginia Rugh 
Kathryn Hughes Elizabeth Schroeder 
Margaret Scott 
Agnes Shedd 
Elizabeth Sherry 
Carolyn Sherwood 
Agni s Shields 



Eloise Johnson 
Irma Kaufman- 
Eleanor Lamont 
Abigail Lee 
Ingeborg Lincoi n 



Dorothy Shore 
Elise Sieker 
Carolyn Simonds 
Margaret Smith 
Betty Sniffen 
K. Laurence Stapleton 
Gertrude Steere 
Joy Stilson 
Rebecca Tenney 
Felicia Thoma^ 
Annie Thomson 
Helen Thum 
Mary Thurston 
Betty Tomlinson 
Lilla Train- 
Carolyn Vance 
Elizabeth Wadhams 
Melissa Wadley 
Jane Waldheim 
Millicent Ward 
Julie Webber 
Naomi Weinberg 
Margaret Wimple 
Elizabeth Williams 
Jeanne Wilmarth 
Catherine Wittig 
Katherine Woods 
Margaret Woods 
Margaret Woodrui i 
Lucia Woodworth 
Katherine Wormelle 
Elizabeth Young 
Katherine Young 



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Senior Tear 




OFFICERS 

President 
Elizabeth Cobb 

Vice-President 
AuRELIA PLUMLY 

Secretary 
Ingeborg Lincoln 

Treasurer 
Eleanor Billings 

Council Members 

Elizabeth Caffee 

Lilla Train 

Judicial Board Member 
Virginia Rugh 



Song Leader 
Ellen Hess 

Assistant Song Leader 
Ann Miller 

Rally Day General Chairman 
Eileen Creevey 

Rally Day Class Chairman 
Margaret Wemple 

Pin Chairman 
Katherine Young 

Historian 
Lilla Train 




Head Usher 
Helen Hopkins 



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IV. 

After waiting two weeks more than the summer vacation called tor, the members 
of '32 threw up their heads and marched to meet their Senior Year in triumph. The 
5 36 were no longer, but the 356 marched proudly and pointed to the way the Good 
Name was being upheld by the officers of the year: Miss O'Daniel who held the reins 
of Student Government, Miss Sherwood who gave due rewards to those who failed to 
mind the reins, Miss Chittenden who received and relayed to the Council suggestions 
from the college at large and tried to get the suggestions of the Council back to the 
college at large, Miss Cobb who kept peace at class meetings, Miss Ferguson and Miss 
Sicker who spread, pardon us, disseminated is the word, college news within and with- 
out the Grecourt Gates, Miss Best who saw to it that the bats in the heavens of Studes 
were confused every now and then by lights and noise, Miss Cabot who tried valiantly 
to make the college understand the difference between the proletariat of the Debating 
Union, the aristocracy of the Debating Team, and the royalty, no less, of the Debating 
Council, Miss Merrill who saw that the sweet songsters of the college had clean white 
dresses and could warble "Fair Smith" effectively upon all occasions, Miss Johnson and 
Miss Brank who headed the intellectual and talented members of the class and led 
them in their serious discussions on the relative merits of Beckman's punch with and 
without bananas. 

And the 356 members of the class realized by all the signs and portents that they 
were Seniors, that at last they sat on the front rows of chapel (when there were any 
seats left by the freshmen), had the smallest choir, took Mr. Lieder's Draaaaaama 
(try that with a tongue depressor), were given innumerable blanks to fill out, were 
expected to work and given no excuse for not so doing, wondered about cars and Ian' 
guage tests, and occasionally about more important things such as what to do, what 
to do. 

They looked back over their four years within the gates of Sophia, and they med- 
itated on the changes that had taken place in those four years: familiar faces gone 
and new ones in their places, new buildings erected, new rules put into effect. They 
reflected that they had been the first class to enjoy the privileges of paying for repeated 
language exams and the privilege of getting up in the dark to meet mid-years with a 
fresh mind; they reflected also that most of the changes of rule had not come nigh 
them — they had been too young to be called guinea pigs, too old to be called four year 
planners. But they had attained the rank of senior at Smith College. That was a 
Good Thing. 

The second date of importance in the history of the class of 1932 is June 20, 1932. 
On this date all those members of the class left, after the friendly weeding of those 
higher up, took their tassels in their hands and changed from members of the college 
to Alumnae and citizens of the Great World. 



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Commencement Wee\ 



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Ivy Day Program 

SATURDAY, JUNE, EIGHTEENTH 

Ivy Exercises on the Campus 

Ivy Exercises in John M. Greene Hall 

Alumna Assembly in John M. Greene Hall 

Concert by the Glee Club and Students of the 

Department of Music 

Society Reunions 

College Sing 

Concert by the Glee Club, Paradise Pond 



Ivy Day Song 



Words by Millicent Ward 



Music bv Ruth Brank 



Ivy will wave in the wind 
When we are gone; 
When we are far, far from here, 
It will grow on. 

Each leaf a memory 
Held to us dear, 
Our thoughts like our ivy 
Still clinging here. 



Ghosts in the ivy 

Will tremble and sway, 

As we watch the wind ripple it 

Some far-off day; 

As we think of its planting here 
So long ago, 

And the words that we said then 
Still echoing slow. 



Each leaf a memory 
Held to us dear, 
Our thoughts like our ivy 
Still clinging here. 



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Baccalaureate Program 

SUNDAY, JUNE NINETEENTH 

Baccalaureate Address in Sage Hall 
President T^eilson 

Concert in John M. Greene Hall 
The Smith College Symphony Orchestra and the Students of the 

Department of Music 

Reception by President and Mrs. Neilson and Members of the Faculty 

Organ Vespers in John M. Greene Hall 



Commencement Program 

MONDAY, JUNE TWENTIETH 

Exercises in John M. Greene Hall 

Address by Ralph Barton Perry 

Class Lunch in the Alumn/e Gymnasium 



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Commencement Committees 



IVY DAY 
Betty Tomlinson, Chairman 
Elizabeth E. Bell Ruth Gould Caroline Simonds 

Barbara Hawes 

IVY DAY SONG 

Ruth Brank, Chairman 
Margaret Brewster Gwendolyn Duggan 

Katherine Merrill 

ORDER OF MARCHING 

Susan Miller, Chairman 
Dorothy Fabian Isabel Parker 

Margaret Woods 

SPEAKER 

Gernda von Briesen, Chairman 



Agnes Shedd 



Margaret Wemple 



Sara Gorton 



COMMENCEMENT PRINTING 
Anne L. Broaddus, Chairman 
Barbara Hawes 
Margaret Lloyd 



Joy Stilson 



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CLASS SUPPER 
Margaret Smith, Chairman 



Harriette Barnard 
Athalia Ogden 



Rosalie Reed 
Elizabeth Schroeder 



Lilla Train 



CAP AND GOWN 

Marjorie Guernsey, Chairman 
Betty Bell Eleanor Reid 

Julia Bulman Hilda Richardson 

Carolyn Goodwin Millicent Ward 

Ellen Hunt Emily Weidman 



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To 1933 



Where, oh, where, are the jolly juniors, 

Light-hearted, without a care 

Exeept the thought of the prom for juniors 

And what an usher should wear? 

(.■one forever are the jolly juniors. 

They're now more intent on their work. 

Speeial honors, Spain, Italy, France, eall the juniors, 

And their lessons they dare not shirk. 

L. T. 




Lois Jameson . 
Margery Davis 
Elisabeth Reed 
Priscilla Kennaday 



CLASS OFFICERS 1933 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



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Special Honors Students 



1933 



Alice H. Brown 
Mary E. Brown 
Janet Cairns 
Helen Fleming 
Elizabeth Floyd 
Helen Harris 
Lucy Horsfall 
Constance Houghton 
Eleanora Hutchinson 
Catherine Lewerth 



Margaret Mather 
Mary L. Omsted 
Miriam Ramer 
Joan Ran son 
Elisabeth Reed 
Emily Robinson 
Mary Stearns 
Elizabeth Sturges 
Esther Sylvia 
Katharine Yow 



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To IQ34 



Where, oh, where are the silly sophomores, 

Giggling, collegiate, too gay, 

The kind that think that being sophomores 

Means trying to be blase'.' 

Gone forever are the silly sophomores. 

Now they're sophisticated 

And make the enthusiasms of those not sophomores 

Seem childish and hopelessly dated. 

L. T. 




CLASS OFFICERS 19?4 



Natalie Hovt 
Eleanor Bingham 
Jane McWhinney 
Dorothy Fosdick 



President 

Vice-Presidatt 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



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Where, oh, where are the verdant freshmen, 

Timid and scared and shy, 

The kind we were when we were freshmen 

And stumbled when a senior went by? 

Gone forever are the verdant freshmen. 

They now show no shyness or fear 

They're as much at home when they are freshmen 

As we are senior year. 

L. T. 




Elizabeth Pratt 
Constance Morrow 
Dorothy Ann Sawyer 
Edith Pardee . 



CLASS OFFICERS 1935 



President 

Vice'President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



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Eileen O'Daniel 



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Student Council 



Eileen O'Daniel, 1932, President 



Carolyn Sherwood, 1932 
Lydia Chittenden, 1932 
Athalia Ogden, 1932 
Elizabeth Cobb, 1932 
Elizabeth Caffee, 1932 
Lilla Train, 1932 . 
Lois Jameson, 193? . 
Catherine Lewerth, 1933 
Margaret Sherrard, 1933 
Natalie Hoyt, 1934 
Charlotte Fitch, 1934 . 
Elizabeth Pratt, 1935 



Chairman of Judicial Board 
President of House of Representatives 
President of S. C. A. C. \Y . 
President of Class 
Class Representative 
Class Representative 
President of Class 
Class Representative 
Class Representative 
President of Class 
Class Representative 
President of Class 



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Carolyn Bartow Sherwood 



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Judicial Board 



Carolyn Sherwood, 1932, Chairman 



Eileen O'Daniel, 1932 
Lydia Chittenden, 1932 
Ruth Gould, 1932 . 
Virginia Rugh, 1932 
Gertrude Olsen, 1933 
Virginia Whitney, 1934 
Virginia Chalmers, 1935 



President of Student Council 
President of House of Representatives 
Member from House of Representatives 
. Class Representative 
. Class Representative 
. Class Representative 
. Class Representative 



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Lydia Barrett Chittenden 



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House of Representatives 



Lydia Chittenden 
aurelia plumly* 
Grace Piper . 

Edith Greenleaf 
Ruth Gould . 



Isabel Aldrich 
Janet Arend 
Annette Bauer 
Betty Bell 
Helen Brown 
Jane Clausen 
Mary Coughlin 
Ariel Davis 
Virginia' Demarest 



President 

. Vice-President 

Secretary 

Mernber on Judicial Board 



Elizabeth Doran 
Lucy Dunn 
Eleanor Eaton- 
Elizabeth Elmore 
Marion Emerson 
Mary Gamble 



MEMBERS 

1932 

Virginia Kimberly 
Mary Lockwood 
Isabel McMullen 

Anna Mattern 
Ann Miller 
Susan Miller 



Harriet Arnold 
Bernice Budgell 
Anna Carr 
Elizabeth Carter 
Virginia Cather 
Margery Davis 
Helen Fleming 
Helen Geller 
Anne Gilbert 



Rebecca Reed Hayes Judith Pequignot 
Florence Hearty Shirley Swift 
Helen Hornbostel Betty Tomlinson 

1933 
Mary Lindeke 
Janet McMullen 
Mary Powell 



Nellie Harrington 
Helen Harris 
Grace Harrison 



Marguerite Holbrook Elisabeth Reed 



Margaret Hoover 
Melissa Jones 
Emily Joy 
Margaret Joy 
Suzanne Keller 



Katherine Doe 
Polly Dudley 
Eleanor Ernst 
Resigned 



Charlotte Righiimir 
Mary Rogers 
Jean Rumsey 
Virginia Stewart 
Elizabeth Sturges 

1934 
Barbara Healey 
Hester Mount 
Amy Scott 



Elizabeth Wadhams 
Mary Walsh 
Millicent Ward 
Mary Jane Weeks 
Emily Weidman 
Katherine Wittig 
Margaret Woodruff 
Lucia Woodworth 
Katherine Young 

Esther Sylvia 
Helen Thompson 
Thresa Tonole 
Louise Weimer 
Marjorie Wheeler 
Jean Wilson 
Margaret Woodbridge 
Llt.y Wright 



Janet Smith 
Margarlt Tilson 
Eleanor Tucker 



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Athalia Stearns Ogden 



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Smith College Association 
for Christian Vs/or\ 



OFFICERS 

Athalia Ogden, 1932 ...... 

Carolyn Chase, 1932 

Jean Babcock, 1933 

Dorothy Fosdick, 1934 ...... 

CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS 

Ruth Berliss, 1932 
Carolyn Chase, 1932 
Elinor Fosdick, 1933 
Elizabeth French, 1932 



President 

Vice-President 

Treasurer 

Secretarx 



Miriam Macomber, 1933 
Anna Mattern, 1932 
Lydia Overbosch, 1934 
Virginia Rugh, 1932 
Elizabeth Sherry, 1932 
Louise Thomas, 1933 
Jennett Walker, 193 3 
Elizabeth Young, 1932 



Student Industrial 
Student Member of Advisory Board 

Worship 

Spea\ers 

Church Cooperation 

Publicity 

Representative Cosmopolitan Club 
Conferences 
Conferences 
Social Service 
. Institute 
World Fellowship 



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S. C. A. C. W. 

The Smith College Association for Christian Work is organized 
under a Cabinet consisting of the four officers and the chairmen of the 
standing committees — Social Service, Speakers, World Fellowship, 
Worship, Church Cooperation, Peoples Institute, Conferences, Student- 
Industrial, Publicity, Social, and the World Student Christian Federation 
Representative. By way of carrying out the Association's purpose, "To 
promote the development of a broad and intelligent activity in the serv- 
ice of humanity", the work of these committee falls into the following 
classifications. There are, first of all, activities which are of service to 
the college, such as the publication of the Freshman Handbook, the 
Freshman Conference, cooperation with Student Council, particularly 
with regard to the Community Chest, and efforts to enable the foreign 
students to find their place quickly and happily in the life of the college. 
Community service draws together a second group which contains the 
teaching and club leadership at the People's Institute, cooperation with 
the churches of this vicinity, the friendly visiting in a number of 
Northampton institutions, the Christmas gifts of toys and baskets for 
families, and the collection of clothing and magazines. Connecting the 
college with various aspects of the world at large is the work of the 
Student-Industrial Committee, the Conference Committee, and the 
World Student Christian Federation Representative. The Association's 
contribution to the more specifically religious aspects of college life con- 
sists of the introduction of speakers who are leaders in the field of re- 
ligion, the arrangement of meetings for fellowship and worship in the 
Browsing Room, and more conspicuously, the Annual Religious Forum. 

Athalia Ogden, 

President. 



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Vocational Guidance Committee 



Jane Evans, Chairman 



Martha Berry, 1931 
Gernda von Briesen 
Carolyn Chase 



Eleanor Eaton 

Elinor Fosdic\ 

Ingeborg Lincoln 



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Point System 

Elizabeth French, Chairman 
1932 



aurelia plumly 
Margery Davis 



1933 



Isabel Parker 
Margaret Mather 



Jane Ferris 

1934 
Eleanor Bingham Hester Mount 

1935 
Catharine Cobb Constance Morrow 



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Student Advisors Committee 



Anna Mattern, Chairman 



Jean Fischer, 1932 
Helen Woodhull, 1934 



Eleanor Hayden, 1934 
Elizabeth Younc, 1932 



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Community Chest Committee 

Marian Richardson, 1932, Chairman 
Mary Cooper, 1934 Julia Hopkins, 1933 



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Curriculum Committee 



Gernda von Briesen, 1932, Chairman 





1932 




Helen Frost 


Eloise Johnson 
1933 


Eleanor Salmon 


Mary Benjamin 


Ruth Besson 


Margaret Sherrard 



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Debating Council 



Charlotte Cabot 
Hester L. Adams 
Gernda von Briesen 
Eleanor Faison 
Emily Lewis . 
Margaret Wemple . 



President 
Chairman Entertainment Committee 

Coach 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Publicity Manager 

YALE-SMITH DEBATE 
Gernda von Briesen Harriet Kale 

Eleanor Faison Margaret Wemple 

BATES-SMITH DEBATE* 
Charlotte Cabot Marguerite Holbrook 

BROWN-SMITH DEBATE* 
Helen Fleming Emily Lewis 

PRINCETON-SMITH DEBATE* 
Charlotte Cabot Mary Cootes 

LAFAYETTE-SMITH DEBATE* 
Emily Lewis Margaret Scott 

VASSAR-SMITH DEBATE* 
Eleanor Faison Betty Hardenbergh Harriet Kale 

HOLYOKE-SMITH DEBATE* 
Hester Adams Gernda von Briesen Barbara Kelsey 

DARTMOUTH-SMITH DEBATE 
Marguerite Holbrook Dorothy Houston 

*League Debates 



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International Relations Club 



OFFICERS 



Margaret Scott, 1932 
Ruth Berliss, 1932 
Ruth Besson, 1933 
Felicia Thomas, 1932 



Elizabeth Bellah 
Anne Broaddus 
Charlotte Cabot 
Mary Coughlin 
Caroline Chase 



Ruth Besson 
Helen Chaddock 
Lillian Chiriacka 
Marjorie Cook 
Doris Dibble 
Ellen Gleason 



Catherine Atwater 
Ethelwyn Boericke 
Mary Copper 
Dorothy Fosdick 
Elizabeth Hyde 



MEMBERS 

1932 

Harriet Cohi \ 
Jean Fischer 
Celia Long 
Eileen O'Daniil 



1934 

Marian Groezingi r 
Lois Jameson 
Margaret Mathir 
Anne Pitts 
Pi n elope Perry 
Nancy Robb 

1933 

Jam Kelsey 
Madeleine Leonard 
Emily Lewis 
Julia McWilliams 



President 
Vice-President 

Treasurer 
Secretarx 



Charlotte Manning 
Margaret Rankin 
Millicent Ward 

Naomi Weinberg 
Margaret Wemple 



Joan Ran son 
Suzanne Slocim 
Elizabeth Smith 
I in net Seaver 
Natalie Starr 
Elizabeth Sturges 



Hester Mount 
Rith Potter 
Amy Scott 
Jean Schmolze 
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Grass, Cops 



Eleanor Eaton, Chief 



Ruth Adler 
Betty Caffee 
Lydia Chittenden 



1932 

Eleanor Eaton 
Eileen CTDaniel 



Virginia Rugh 
Carolyn Sherwood 
Margaret Smith 



1933 



Elinor Fosdick 
Marjorie MacDonald 
Marion Outerbridge 



Mary Payson 
Jinnet Seaver 
Ruth Wood 



Mary Case 
Dorothy Fosdick 
Natalie Hoyt 



1934 

Barbara Kelsey 
Julia McWilliams 



Mary Randolph Matteson 
Atheline Miller 
Marjorie Spiegel 



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Student Government Association 

This year saw two important amendments made to the constitution of the Student 
Government Association. One provided for the reorganization of the Student Coun- 
cil; the other for the creation of an Activities Board. 

Council was reorganised in this fashion : It is to be composed of twelve mem- 
bers — the president of the Council; the chairman of the Judicial Board: the president 
of the House of Representatives; the four class presidents; two members from the 
Junior class, one of whom will act as secretary and publicity agent for council; a mem- 
ber from the sophomore class who will act as treasurer; the chairman of the Curriculum 
Committee; the chairman of the Activities Board. These last two members, the chair- 
man of the Curriculum Committee, and the chairman of the Activities Board, will 
take the place of two representatives from the Senior class and the president of the 
S. C. A. C. W. Council was reorganized in the interest of wider representation. It 
was felt that the Curriculum Committee, working as it does with the vital concern 
of college life, should have a place on Council. Again, it was felt that the unconnected 
and heretofore incoherent extra-curricular activities should be organized and repre- 
sented by the chairman of an Activities Board. The Senior class, already having six 
members on Council, will not elect two other class representatives, standing for no 
special interests, as it has in the past. The president of the S. C. A. C. W. will sit 
with the heads of fellow-extra-curricular activity on the Activities Board, rather than 
on Council. 

The second amendment to the constitution provided for the creation of the 
Activities Board. As has been said, it was felt that the extra-curricular activities 
should be organized so that they could voice opinions and suggestions which would be 
beneficial to the college, to the Council, and to the activities themselves. The Board, 
then, will be composed of the heads of the major extra-curricular activities — the heads 
of S. C. A. C. W., A. A., D. A., Debating, Weekly, Press Board, Why Club, Inter- 
national Relations Club, Alpha, and Phi Kappa Psi (to serve alternately), and a mem- 
ber from the musical organizations. The exact membership is not fixed. The Board 
will elect one of its own members as chairman to call and conduct meetings and to 
represent it on Council. The Board "shall discuss general problems of student gov- 
ernment; act in an advisory capacity to Council; and further cooperation among the 
extra-curricular activities themselves." 

The Activities Board has become a reality, and even in infancy it promises to 
fulfill all expectations. It has already discussed problems and given specific and val- 
uable suggestions to Council. For example, it has envisaged a new and lively Faculty- 
Student Committee; it has expressed excellent ideas concerning the Student Adviser 
system and the revision of Point System. The Activities Board has undertaken its new 
career with efficiency and enthusiasm. May it live long and vigorously! 



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Phi Beta Kappa 



MEMBERS IN 1932 
Elected Junior Tear 
Barbara Best Dorothy Culp 

Elizabeth Cobb Marjorie Louise Guernsey 

Alicia Prescott Skinner (Mrs. John Carleton) 
Elected Senior Year 



Alice Lilian Bigley 
Eleanor Clarke Billings 
Margaret Coe Blake 
Ruth Ann Brank 
Helen Elizabeth Brown 
Julia Acnes Bulman 
Helen Calvocoressi 
Louise Ann Christison 
Eileen Creevey 
Edith Fox 

Elizabeth Cornell French 
Julia Heiman 



Betsy Knapp 

Helen Margaret Lennards 

Agnes Denison McLean 
Marcia Van Ness Maylott 
Lisette Elliott Person h s 
Tabitha McKeehan Petrw 
Gertrude Raffel 
Hilda Small Richardson 
Eleanor Seely Salmon 
Celia Schopick 
Elizabeth Sherry 
Pauline Slom 



Katharine Laurence Stapleton 
MEMBERS IN 1933 
Mary Elizabeth Brown- 
Janet Holloway Cairns 
Frances Cobb 
Janet Cobb 



Florence Margaret Henry 
Margaret Linden Mather 
Marian Chandler Sykes 
Katrina Van Hook 



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A 




First Semester 
Ruth Brank 
Mary Bowman . 
Elizabeth Parker 
Helen Geller 
Laurence Stapleton 
Bertha Perlstein 



Mary Bowman 
Ruth Brank 
Julia Brodt 
Eileen Creevey 
Patricia Fowler 
Carol Hine 



Alpha 

OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Executives 

MEMBERS 

1932 



Second Semester 
Elizabeth Parker 
. Helen Geller 
Betty Schroeder 
. Irma Smithton 
Gertrude Steere 
Charlotte Dusser de Barenne 



Miriam Levin 
Linda Marcus 
Eileen O'Daniel 
Ann Parker 
Elizabeth Parker 

1933 



Florence Areson 

Marion Bouteiller 

Virginia Clark 

Charlotte Dusser de Barenne 



Charlotte Fitch 
Elizabeth Hoffman 



1934 
{Catherine Maule 

Graduate Student 
Pauline Barbe 



Marian Roberts 
Betty Schroeder 
Irma Smithton 
Laurence Stapleton 
Gertrude Steere 
Joy Stilson 

Helen Geller 
Margaret Martin- 
Bertha Perlstein 
Calvert Truxtun 

Janet Smith 
Mary L. Williams 



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% 




Eloise Johnson, 1932 
Elizabeth Caffee, 1932 
Helen Crosby, 1933 



Eleanor Barry 
Jane Clausen 
Edith Cramer 
Lota Curtiss 
Eleanor Cushman 
Rosemary Denniston 



Mary Brown 
Valeria Burgess 
Anne Gilbert 



Phi Kappa Psi 

OFFICERS 



MEMBERS 

1932 

Marjorie Gilbert 
Julia Heiman 
Helen Hornbostel 
Ingeborg Lincoln 
Katherine Merrill 
Tabitha Petran 
Bettina Ripley 

1933 

Jerane Ibershoff 
Jean Manning 
Miriam Ramer 



President 
Treasurer 
Secretary 



Mary Thurston 
Elaine Towne 
Lilla Train 
Ruth Vanderpoel 
Millicent Ward 
Julie Webber 



Mary Reynolds 
Margaret Sherrard 
Katharine Yow 



1934 



Rosalia Bailey 
Felicite Dempster 



Natalie Hoyt 
Dorothy Loeb 



Ruth Murdock 



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BIOLOGY 



OFFICERS 



Ariel Davis, 1932 . 
Ruth Adams Lane, 1932 . 
Mary Preston Clapp, 1932 
Madeline Watson, 1932 . 



Abigail Lee 



MEMBERS (Active) 

1932 
Elizabeth MacLenathen 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Rose Netter 



Mary Elizabeth Bates 
Pauline Christie 
Frances Cobb 
Janet Cobb 
Elizabeth Coy 
Margery Davis 
Edith Eustis 
Jane Ferris 
Eleanor Fosdick 



1933 

Ruth Gleeson 
Margery Goldsmith 
Roberta Hall 
Harriet Hansen 
Lenore Hellman 
Marion Horn 
Margaret Hoover 
Leona Kleban 
Jane Leonard 
Elizabeth Mathesius 

Honorary Member 
Myra Johnson, 1931 



Eleanor Newhall 
Marion Outerbridge 
Belle L. Pike 
Anne Pitts 
Mary Powell 
Jayne Sprout 
Natalie Starr 
Mary Stearns 
Elizabeth Zschiesche 



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CLEF CLUB 



OFFICERS 



Ruth Brank, 1932 . 


President 


Gwendolyn Duggan, 1932 


Treasurer 


Katherine Yow, 1933 


Secretary 




MEMBERS 




1932 


Lota Curtis 


Miriam Levin Gertrude Steere 


Marcia Glidden 


Katherine Merrill Virginia Sykes 




Elizabeth Staley 




1933 


Dorothy Boyles 


Bertha Perlstein 


Katherine Fitzgerald Elizabeth Strong 




1934 




Mary Case 



Elizabeth Parker, 1932 
Marian Roberts, 1932 



Honorary Members 
Celia Schopick, 1932 



Janet Smith, 1934 
Elsa Parshley, 1935 



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COUOQtlUn 



OFFICERS 



Dorothy Reynolds, 1932 
Anne Pitts, 1933 
Eleanor Reid, 1932 



Mary Clapp 
Ariel Davis 
klvely evangelides 



Frances Beck 
Jane Bennett 
Frances Cobb 
Janet Cobb 



Priscilla Anderson 
Ellen Foot 



President 
Treasurer 

Secretary 



MEMBERS 

1932 

Katherine Harvie Adele Masset 

Ruth Lane Rose Netter 

Elizabeth MacLenathen Eleanor Salmon 



1933 

Lucille Harris 
Eleanor Grand 
Marjorie Goldsmith 



1934 
Margaret Humm 



Frances Horsfall 
Marion Horn 
Leona Kleban 
Elizabeth Reed 



Eleanor Tucker 
Ruth Whittemore 



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COSMOPOLITAN 



OFFICERS 



Frances Horsfall, 193 3 
Annette Beals, 1934 
Laura Phillips, 1934 



MEMBERS 



Foreign Students 
Pai'Line Barbe (France) 
Charlotte D. de Barenne (Holland) 
Violet Catty (England) 
Tamare Dembo (Lithuania) 
Elvira Gancedo (Spain) 
Molly Harrower (England) 
Wu-Fei Liu (China) 
Daisy Mattei (Porto Rico) 
Margaret Mather (England) 
Alexandra Meyendorff (Esthonia) 
Helen Nebolsine (England) 
Hilde Schultze (Germany) 
Sybil Schreiber (England) 
Elfrida Smith (Bermuda) 
Giovanna Sodi (Italy) 
Ming-sin Tang (China) 



President 
Treasurer 
Secretary 



American Students 
Ruth Berliss 
Lillian Chiriacka 
Mary Lee Evans 
Jane Ferris 
Helen Fleming 
Elinor Fosdick 
Elizabeth Floyd 
Helen Harris 
Sara Hilken 
Constance Houghton 
Annabel Kusanoru 
Elizabeth Mathesii s 
Eileen O'Daniel 
Josephine Scelsi 
Elizabeth Sherry 
Margaret Scott 
Elizabeth Young 



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f REACH CLU B 



Ruth Karpinski, 1932 
Margaret Tilson, 1934 
Helen Nebolsine, 1933 



OFFICERS 



MEMBERS 



1932 



Phebe Adams 
Sarah Aisenberg 
Dorothy Alcorn 
Lillian Balboni 
Annette Bauer 
Eleanor Billings 
Dorothy Blake 
Margaret Blake 
Eugenia Bovey 
Marcella Breidster 
Helen Bretzfelder 
Helen Brown 
Laura Brown 
Marion Bussang 



Helen Calvocoressi 
Sylvia Cibel 
Janet Claflin 
Elizabeth Cobb 
Martha Colley 
Helen Davis 
Constance Dick 
Miriam Emerson 
Elizabeth Flint 
Sally Fowler 
Patricia Fowler 
Emily Frank 
Esther Garbose 
Harriet Gibbs 

Madelaine 



loraine gruneberg 
Dorothy Hagar 
Frances Hastings 
Barbara Hawes 
Florence Hearty 
Helen Henry 
Dora Heon 
Frances Holliday 
Margaret Holmes 
Marie Holslag 
Helen Husband 
Elizabeth Jenkins 
Margaret McIntosh 
Agnes McLean 
Wilkinson 



President 
Treasurer 
Secretary 



Frances Martin 
Maren Morrison 
Emily Nichols 
Mildred Palmer 
Natalie Rathbun 
Florence Roberts 
Florence Rose 
Ursula Setlow 
Helen Simpson 
Mary Stevens 
Helen Thum 
Elaine Towne 
Marjorie Tubbs 
Louise Wagner 



Mary Brown 
Frances Cobb 
Violet Colin 
Madeleine Dubreuil 
Mary-Lucille Getchel 



Mary Cootes 
Dorothy Fosdick 



1933 

Margaret Hamilton 
Lucy Horner 
Lois Jameson 
Grace Jarcho 
Miriam Macomber 

1934 

Frances Keane 
Frances Morton 



Eva Morrison 
Anne Pitts 
Barbara Wallace 
Jane Wallis 
Elsa Wise 



Emily Sophian 
Janice Wile 



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GEOLOGY 



OFFICERS 



Eileen Creevey, 1932 
Gertrude Olsen, 1933 
Eleanor Salmon, 1932 



President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



MEMBERS 

1932 



Mary-Francis Crosby 
Dorothy Fabian 



Victoria Allen 
Lois Baker 



193 3 



Edith Keeler 
Andrea Ferguson 



Mary A. Manley 
Anne Scofield 



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GEFI1 AN CLUB 



OFFICERS 



Lillian Schoenbrun, 1932 
Helen Bragdon, 1933 
Edith Fatka, 1933 . 



Pauline Baerwald 
Lillian Chiriacka 
Muriel Fleishman 
Emily Frank 



MEMBERS 

1932 

Gertrude Gremmels 
Ruth Karpinski 
Cecile Katz 
Nina Loewenstein 
Grace Piper 



President 
Treasurer 
Secretary 



Zelthia Ruben 
Ruth Silverman 
Hermine Summer 
Helen Thum 



Ruth Besson 
Frances Cobb 
Janet Cobb 



1933 

Elinor Fosdick 
Leonore Hellman 
Jerane Ibershoff 
Margery Kaufmann 



Miriam Macomber 
Elizabeth Masser 
Bertha Schmidt 



Ellen Foot 



1934 
Dorothy Fosdick 



Elizabeth Stout 



1821 




GFEEK CLUE 





OFFICERS 




Helen Bracdon, 1933 


. 


President 


Frances Levering, 1932 . 




. Vice-President 


Grace Jarcho, 1933 


MEMBERS 
1932 


Secretary-Treasurer 


Hazel Pike 


1933 


Helen Simpson 


Alma Drabble 


Margaret Mather 

1934 
Hester Adams 


Katrina Van Hook 



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ILTRICOLCRE 



Barbara Hawes, 1932 
Elizabeth Coy, 1933 
Moinnette Watson, 1933 



Lilian Balboni 
Charlotte Bassett 
Eleanor Billings 
Marcella Breidster 
Dorothy Candee 
Lydia Chittenden 
Sylvia Cibel 
Rosemary Denniston 
Marie Elmer 



Pricilla Boyd 
Madeleine Dubreuil 
Lucy Horner 
Janet Howell 
Helen Long 



OFFICERS 



MEMBERS 

1932 
Jean Fischer 
Esther Garbose 
Barbara Giles 
Marcia Glidden 
Ruth Gould 
Carolyn Hine 
Elizabeth Jenkins 
Adigail Lee 
Frances Levering 
Margaret McIntosh 

1933 
Marjorie MacDonald 
Laura Marden 
Janet McMullen 
Helen O'Brien 
Mary Louise Olmsted 
Miriam Ramer 

1934 
Madeleine Leonard 



President 

Treasurer 
Secretary 



Catherine OXoughlin 
Elizabeth Parker 
Ann Parker 
aurelia plumly 
Josephine Scelsi 
Ursula Setlow 
Carolyn Sherwood 
Felicia Thomas 
Eleanor Watters 



Margaret Rosenberg 
Elizabeth Sturges 
Marion Sykes 
Elizabeth Woodworth 
Katherine Yow 



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LATIN CLUB 



Hazel Pike, 1932 
Doris Cook, 1933 



OFFICERS 



MEMBERS 

1932 



President 
Secretary -Treasurer 



Andrea Ferguson 
Barbara Giles 
Helena Lennards 



Helen Lewis 
Josephine Scelsi 
Lilla Train 



Mary Louise Waish 



1933 



Mary Brown 
Rosemary Gannon 



Mary Hulst 
Harriett McGarry 



Elizabeth McNamara 



1934 



Abby Allen 
Cecil Carnes 
Mary Case 



Gerarda Shields 
Catherine Stevens 
Kathleen Young 



Graduate Student 
Winifred Hughes 



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LI BA CLUB 



Nellie Harrington, 1933 
Margaret Wade, 1933 
Bernadine Cooney, 1934 



Marion Emerson 
Flora Erickson 
Carolyn Goodwin 

Dorothy Council 
Jacquelin Griffiths 
Florence Henry 

Elizabeth Clark 
Olive Harrington 

Gertrude Allen 
Katharine Barrett 
Burnese Carson 
Alice Connolly 
Jeanne Connolly 
Molly Culver 
Margaret Dragon 



OFFICERS 



MEMBERS 

1932 
Margaret Hammel 
Dora Heon 
Miriam Levin 

1933 
Roslyn La Montagne 
Virginia Koerber 

1934 
Helen Lucey 
Mary Mathewson 

1935 
Nora Flahive 
Patricia Fuller 
Henrietta Gray 
Vestha Hoxie 
Mildred Koerber 
Antonia Krufka 
Annette O'Leary 
Olive Oliver 



President 

. Vice'President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Priscilla Richards 
Louise Warner 
Eleanor Warnock 

Eleanor O'Connor 
Emily Sheffeld 
Mae Zakszewski 

Martha Morse 
Dorothy O'Donnell 

Elsa Parshley 
Nellie Prasol 
Janis Rapapcrt 
Jeanette Sears 
Louise Tessier 
Alice Triouleyre 
Ruth White 



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riATHCLLB 



OFFICERS 



Carolyn Goodwin, 1932 
Nellie Harrington, 1933 
Ellen Gleason, 1933 



President 
Treasurer 
Secretary 






Mary Allen 
klvely evangelides 



Claudia Balsan 
Edith Fatka 
Ruth Knight 
Ruth Mehlman 



MEMBERS 
1932 
Marjorie Guernsey 



Charlotte Martin 



1933 



Audrey Scammel 
Teresa Tonole 
Marjorie Wheeler 
Mae Zakszewszi 



Eleanora Hutchinson 

Honorary Members 
Afra Meyer Mrs Eva Seely 



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OLD LETTERS 





OFFICERS 




Anne Middlebrook 




President 


Dorothy McLean . 


MEMBERS 


Treasurer 


Bettina Boardman 




Virginia Lowrie 


Nancy Boothby 




LlSETTE PERSONIUS 


Charlotte Cabot 




Elizabeth Plummer 


Rosemary Gannon 




Helen Ross 


Margaret Garrison 




Elise Seiker 


Dorothy Greer 




Lisbeth Shulman 


Betsy Knapp 




Katherine Stawasz 


Celia Long 




Elizabeth Young 



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PHILOSOPHY 



Linda Marcus, 1932 
Rosemary Denniston, 1932 
Margaret Brewster, 1932 
Edith Cramer, 1932 



OFFICERS 



President 

ViccPresident 

Treasurer 

Secretary 



Barbara Best 
Julia Brodt 
Edith Fox 
Doris Holden 



MEMBERS 
1932 



Linda Marcus 
Elizabeth Pratt 
Constance Richardson 
Laurence Stapleton 



Neva McGrath 



1933 



Jeane Ibershoff 



Peggy Pitman 



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PtlYSICSCLUB 



Marjorie Guernsey, 1932 
Ruth Wood, 1933 . 
Mary Dorian, 1933 



Mary Allen 
klveley evangelides 



Ruth Beardslee 
Mary Benjamin 
Alice Brown 
Janet Cairns 
Phyllis Carter 
Frances Cobb 
Janet Cobb 



Vivian Brandshaft 
Eleanor Ernst 
Jean Johnston 
Florence Kelley 



OFFICERS 



MEMBERS 

1932 
Barbara Giles 
Dorothy Reynolds 
Katherine Harvie 

1933 
Eleanor Faison 
Helen Fleming 
Ellen Gleason 
Nellie Harrington 
Marguerite Hendrickson 
Barbara Howard 
Dorothy Isaacs 
Margaret Kell 

1934 
Mary McCarthy 
Mary Moody 
Katherine Neuhaus 



President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Adele Massett 
Eleanor Reid 



Ruth Knight 
Catherine Lewerth 
Elizabeth Mathesius 
Elisabetn Reed 
Eleanor Swan 
Sarah Terry 
Theresa Tonole 



Sarah Stratton 
Harriet Thacher 
Theo Thomas 
Harriet Woodard 



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PSYCHOLOGY 



Carolyn Chase, 1932 
Miriam Ramer, 1933 



OFFICERS 



President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Lydia Chittenden 
Elizabeth Doran 
Marion Emerson 
Jane Evans 
Edith Fox 
Ellen Hunt 
Virginia Kimberly 
Susan Miller 
Athalia Ogden 



Priscilla Cahill 
Eleanor Faison 
Helen Flemming 
Lucile Harris 



MEMBERS 
1932 



1933 



Gertrude Raffel 
Hilda Richardson 
Virginia Rugh 
Elise Sieker 
Margaret Smith 
Fannie Wallace 
Louise Warner 
Carmelita Woerner 
Margaret Woodruff 



Ruth Hausman 
Helen O'Brien 
Suzanne Slocum 
Elkanor Swan 



Louise Weimer 



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OFFICERS 




Margaret Wemple, 1932 




President 


Elizabeth Young, 1932 . 


MEMBERS 

1932 


Secretary-Treasurer 


Betty Bell 




Isabel Parker 


Anne Broaddus 




Grace Piper 


Ruth Cannel 




Elizabeth Plummer 


Muriel FitzGibbon 




Mary Porter 


Janet Goodfellow 




Bettina Ripley 


Dorothy Hagar 




Helen Schnepel 


Rebecca Hawley 




Shirley Swift 


Margaret Lloyd 




Caroline Vance 


Dorothy McLean 




Fannie Wallace 


Katherine Young 





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STUDIOCLlie 



MEMBERS 




Edith Cramer, 1932 


President 


Jean Manning, 1933 


Secretary-Treasurer 


MEMBERS 




1932 




Eleanor Barnes 


Anna Mattern 


Mary Bowman 


Elizabeth Pratt 


Julia Brodt 


Elizabeth Schroeder 


Helen Hornbostel 


Irma Smithton 


Catherine Hubley 


Joy Stilson 


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Elizabeth Bushnell 


Eleanor Mitchell 


Florence Blumenthal 


Martha Morris 


Eleanor Egan 


Susan Smith 


Virginia Gilbert 


Eleanor Thorn 


Elinor Levis 


Dorothy Von Elm 


Jennett Walker 





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TELESCCPIUM 



Charlotte Cabot, 1932 . 
Constance Houghton, 1933 



OFFICERS 



President 
Secretary -Treasurer 



MEMBERS 
1932 



Lilian Balboni 
Alice Bigley 
Margaret Holmes 



Claudia Balson 
Mary Eleanor Brown 
Katherine FitzGerald 
Virginia Gilbert 
Mary Hamilton 
Lois Hawkins 
Florence Henry 



Dianne Brown 
Leila Fosburgh 



1933 



1934 



Helen Hopkins 
Margaret McIntosh 
Jeanne Wilmarth 



Jerane Ibershoff 
Leone Maclean 
Jayne Sprout 
audry scammell 
Marion Sykes 
Jane Wallis 
Jean Wilson 



Amy McIntosh 
Helen Little 



Lucy Russell 



1941 




VOX CLUB 



OFFICERS 



Virginia Benjamin, 1933 
Peggy Pitman, 1933 



President 
Secretary -Treasurer 



MEMBERS 

1932 
Gernda von Brieson 
Charlotte Cabot 
Edith Cramer 
Eileen Creevey 
Virginia Davis 

Mary Thurston 



Kathleen Forler 
Margaret Garrison 
Eleanor Goodyear 
Agnes Shields 
Helen Schnepel 



Virginia Cather 
Margaret Conklin 
Dorothy Frandsen 
Virginia Gilbert 



1933 



Pearl Guttman 
Mary Lindeke 
Anne Newton 
Constance Walther 



Elsie Elfring 



1934 



Harriet Kale 



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WHYCUJB 



Bettina Ripley, 1932 
Ruth Berliss, 1932 
Julia Heiman, 1932 
Priscilla Kennady, 1933 
Ann Chess, 1933 



OFFICERS 



President 

. Vice'President 

Program Chairman 

Treasurer 

Secretary 



Barbara Best 
Elizabeth Bellah 
Alice Bigley 
Lillian Chiriacka 
Harriet Cohen 



Ruth Besson 
Mary Buck 
Violet Colin 
Helen Chaddock 
Marjorie Cook 
Edith Eustis 



MEMBERS 
1932 



Marie Elmer 
Margaret Lloyd 
Marcia Maylott 
Catherine Margolis 
Natalie Myers 



Elizabeth Pratt 
Elizabeth Plummer 
Judith Pequignot 
Lillian Schoenbrun 
Elizabeth Sherry 



Frances Ziskind 



Eleanor Faison 
Helen Flemming 
Elinor Fosdick 
Dorothy Frandson 
Frederika Gilfillan 
Ruth Gersen 



1933 

Barbara Grimm 
Marion Groezinger 
Ruth Hausman 
Marion Horn 
Leona Kleban 
Miriam Levin 



Pauline Slom 
Elizabeth Staley 
Shirley Swift 
Naomi Weinberg 
Margaret Wemple 



Eileen McGrath 
Lois McLaughlin 
Ruth McLaughlin 
Joan Ranson 
Helen P.oss 
Nancy Robb 



Laura Stolzenburg Esther Sylvia 



Mary Titus 



Marion Barnes 
Vivian Brandshaft 
Frances Brown 



Margaret Corrigan 
Charlotte Fitch 
Frances Keene 



1934 

Barbara Kelsey 
Eleanor Judson 
Rosalind Sadoff 



Cornelia Williamson 
Helen Woodhull 
Edith Woodcock 



1961 




Thistle 




Orangemen 




A. O. H. 



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Pleiades 



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The Athletic Association 

The Smith College Athletic Association, now at the ripe age of 39 years, has 
continued its general policy of last year with a program of Field Days, Demonstrations, 
Tournaments, The Horse Show, Float Night, and The Dance Recital. 

1931-1932 has in addition been unusually rich in innovations of many kinds, 
including new and thrilling contacts with the sports world outside of the College! 
The following were events of unique interest and importance: 

The 7<[ew 22-Acre Field, consisting of 5 hockey fields, 2 soccer fields, 4 badmin- 
ton courts; 3 golf holes, and a bridle path, were officially opened with the dedication 
of the Bridge, a gift of Mrs. Thomas Lamont. The impressive ceremony came to an 
end with the fields being used for the first time in demonstrations of all the outdoor 
sports offered by the College. This included tennis on the 8 new hard-surfaced courts. 

The Scottish Field Hockey Team visited Smith during the tour of America and 
met the College Team in an intensely exciting and very hardfought game. A large 
crowd of spectators experienced the thrill that accompanies an exhibition of interna- 
tional competition in sports. The Scots were guests of the College over the week-end 
and were entertained with enthusiasm by the students. 

The l\[orth East Field Hoc\ey Association, a branch of the United States Field 
Hockey Association, held its tournament at Smith this year, the first time such an 
event has taken place at this college. The College was hostess during the week-end 
for eight hockey teams, whose games were the best possible examples of after-college 
hockey. 

The Intercollegiate Outing Club Conference assembled at Smith for its annual 
meeting, arousing thereby an unprecedented enthusiasm for winter sports — a pastime 
acquiring a steadily increasing group of devotees, as was exhibited by the formation 
of the new Skiing Club. The members, necessarily restricted to those who know how, 
organize frequent week-end trips to good skiing country. 

The Dance Group, after a tremendously successful recital at Smith, were invited 
to attend a Dance Symposium at Barnard College, in which Barnard, Wellesley, 
Vassar, and New York University also took part. The climax of the Symposium 
was an exhibition by students of the Mary Wigman School. 

The American Red Cross sent a representative to Smith for a week of intensive 
instruction in swimming and life-saving. The culmination of this short but vigorous 
course, was a demonstration by the Yale Swimming Team. 

This imposing list of events has by no means effected the customary health interest 
in College activities as such, in which 85 per cent of the student body participate. 
The enthusiasm for Basketball remains unabated, as illustrated by the seasonal excite- 
ment over the regular tournament for the 12 class teams, and also that of the 14 XYZ 
teams. 

The Badminton Tournament is new this year, and for the first time also, the 
winners of this, the Bowling Tournament, and the Squash Tournament, will receive 
class numerals as their rewards. 

1931-1932 has been an exciting time, and the Athletic Association hopes that 
the interest and co-operation of the student body will continue to be as encouraging 
and helpful in the future, as it has been this year. 



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Athletic Association Board 



OFFICERS 



Elinor Fosdick, 1933 
Eleanor Eaton, 1932, 
*Natalie Hoyt, 1934 
Flora Best, 1934 
*Marjorie Chittenden, 1934 



Jane McWhinney, 1934 
*Catherine Lewerth, 1933 
Alice Brown, 1933 
*Flora Best, 1933 . 
Florence Areson, 1933 . 
Betsy Knapp, 1932 



MANAGERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Treasurer 

Secretary 



Publicity Manager 
Boathouse Manager 

Ass't. Boathouse Manager 

Dance Group Chairman 

Outing Club Chairman 



SPORTS REPRESENTATIVES 



Charlotte Righeimer, 1933 Archery 

Aurelia Plumly, 1932 Basketball 

Virginia Rugh, 1932 Baseball 

*Lenore Hellman, 1933 Bowling 

Margery Goldsmith, 1933 

Margaret Wemple, 1932 Crew 

Margaret Woodbridge, 1933. .. .Fencing 

Susan Miller, 1932 Hoc\ey 

*Resigned. 



Frances Beck, 193 3 LaCrosse 

Mary Robbins, 1934 Riding 

Janet Cobb, 1933 Soccer 

Mary Dorion, 193 3 Squash 

Isabelle Parker, 1932 Swimming 

*Katherine Wiener, 193 3 Tennis 

Ruth Adler, 1932 

Rith Wood, 1933 Track 



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Betsy Knapp . 
Jean Miller . 
Eleanor Tucker 



Outing Club 



OFFICERS 



Jean Miller 
Carolyn Godwin 
Virginia Keeney 



Helen Barlow 



Janet Darling 
Anne Densmore 
Ellen Foot 



MEMBERS 

1932 



1933 
Frances Beck 
1934 

Sarah Westcott 



President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Betsy Knapp 
Dorothy Reynolds 
Katherine Young 



Jean Miller 



Eleanor Mackenzie 
Margaret Sussman 
Eleanor Tucker 



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Dance Group 



Hanna Frank 
Marie Holslag 



1932 



Irma Smithton 



Abigail Lee 
Ann Parker 



1933 



Florence Areson 
Jerane Ibershoff 
Margaret Martin 



Martha Morris 
Mary Reynolds 
Helen West 



1934 
Rosa Earle Frances Keene 

Charlotte Fitch Jacqueline Sissa 

Geraldine Stearns 




JI*Bn 



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S" Pins 



Lydia Chittenden 
Athalia Ogden 



1932 



aurelia plumly 
Margaret Woods 



Awarded in J 93 Z 
Eleanor Eaton Virginia Rugh 



Elinor Fosdick 



1933 



Catherine Lewerth 



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All-Smith Blazers 



Harriette Barnard 
Lydia Chittenden 
Edith Cramer 



1932 



Virginia Rugh 



Edith Keeler 
Eleanor Eaton 
Isabelle Parker 



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All-Smith Hoc\ey Team 

Marjorie Chittenden, 1934 
Helen Nebolsine, 1933 
Grace Bissell, 1934 
Sydney Thomas, 1934 
Ann Cooksey, 1934 
Ruth Wood, 1933 
Harriette Barnard, 1932 
Jane Crawford, 1934 
Eleanor Eaton, 1932 
Virginia Rugh, 1932 
Susan Miller, 1932 



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Class Hockey Teams 




1932 
Marc.aret Wemple (Capt.) 

AUREL1A Pli MLY 

Anna Mattern 
Harriette Barnard 
Lydia Chittenden 
Helen Frost 
Eleanor Eaton 
Katherine Smith 
Virc;inia RlIGH 
Margaret Woods 
Susan Miller 



1933 

Ruth Wood (Capt.) 
Marian Barnum Gertrude Olsen 

Edith Eustis Catherine Lewerth 

Katherine Greene Elizabeth Shaffer 
Frances Beck Elizabeth Smith 

Helen Nebolsine Elizabeth Gamble 




1935 

Elizabeth Pratt (Capt.) 
Elizabeth Emlen 
Judith Pigeon 
Virginia Chalmers 
Elsa Dommerich 
Charlotte Ullom 
Katherine Wright 
Edith Alexanderson 
Marian Ewing 
Carol Tidball 
Dorothy Spalding 




1934 

Marjorie Chittenden (Capt) 
Ann Cooksey Ann Densmore 

Sydney Thomas Sara Scranton 

Grace Bissell Jane Crawford 

Martha Wheeler Catherine Deacon 
Natalie Hoyt Caroline Atkinson 




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All'Smiih Soccer Team 

Edith Cramer, 1932 
Isabelle Parker, 1932 
Mary Adams, 1932 
Helen Bragdon, 1933 
Frances Cobb, 1933 
Janet Cobb, 1933 
Alice Brown, 1933 
Jane Ferris, 1933 
Grace Hamilton, 1934 
Charmion Woodruff, 1934 
Margaret Corrigan, 1934 



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Class Soccer Teams 




1933 
Frances Cobb, 
Jean Babcock 
Helen Bragdon 
Adele Koestler 
Mary May 
Elinor Fosdick 
Janet Cobb 
Elizabeth Coy 
Alice Brown 
Margaret Gordon 
Jane Ferris 



captain 




1932 
Edith Cramer, captain 
Jane Evans 
Margaret Woodruff 
Lilian Balboni 
Margaret McIntosh 
Isabelle Parker 
Virginia Sykes 
Naomi Weinberg 
Mary Adams 
Ann Stanley 
Eleanor Anderson 




1934 
Charmion Woodruff, 
Virginia Whitney 
Eleanor Tucker 
Grace Hamilton 
Margaret Corrigan 
Jeannette Lambert 
Barbara Williamson 
Eleanor Mackenzie 
Amarie Whitters 
Elizabeth Hyde 
Mary Cole 



captain 



1935 
Margaret Russell, captain 
Barbara Hunt 
Barbara Brock 
Susan Raymond 
Harriet Cheney 
Marjorie Zimmerman 
Elizabeth Friend 
Carol Berger 
Marion Calkins 
Mary Schultz 
Margaret Ahern 



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All-Smith Basket Ball Team 

Lydia Chittenden, 1932 
Ariel Davis, 1932 
Eleanor Eaten, 1932 
Dorothy Fosdick, 1934 
Elinor Fosdick, 1933 
Marjorie MacDonald, 1933 
Aurelia Plumly, 1932 
Virginia Rugh, 1932 
Virginia Whitney, 1934 



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Class Bas\et Ball Teams 




193 3 
Frances Beck. Captain 
Edith Miller, acting captai 
Lenore Hellman 
Catherine Lewerth 
Elinor Fosdick 
Elizabeth Payson 
Mary Payson 
Helen Bragdon 
Alice Brown 
Marjorie MacDonald 




1932 

Mi my 15i i i , Captain 

Virginia Rugh 
Ariel Davis 

Jean Hamilton- 
Eleanor Eaton 
Athalia Ogden 
lydia chit! i nden 

Al'RELIA PLUMLY 

Charlotte Cabot 




1934 
Virginia Whitney, 
Margaret Corrigan 
Eleanor Ernst 
Dorothy Fosdick 
Marjorie Spiegel 
Janet Pratt 
Juliet France 
Grace Hamilton 
Barbara Williamson 



captain 



1935 
Katherine Wright, 
Honoria Wallis 
Dorothy Eggers 
Elizabeth Gillett 
Elizabeth Pratt 
Elizabeth Emlen 
Emily Myers 
Margaret Bulmer 
Barbara Hunt 



captain 




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All-Smith Swimming Team 



Flora Best, 1934 
Mary Cantlin, 1934 
Elizabeth French, 1932 
Margorie Henger, 1934 
Edith Keeler, 1932 
Virginia Lent, 1934 
Dorothea McEvoy, 1934 
Isabelle Parker, 1932 
Jane Waldheim, 1932 
Edna Wallace, 1934 



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Class Swimming Teams 




1932 

Jane Waldheim, captain 
Elizabeth French 
Marcella Breidster 
Shirley Swift 
Edith Keeler 
Dorothy Hagar 
Mary Porter 
Susan Miller 
Isabelle Parker 



1933 
Edith Greenleaf, 
Beatrice Colby 
Jane Ferris 
Gertrude Olsen 
Betty Orr 
Ruth Dunlap 
Isabelle Pendleton 



captain 




1935 
Mary Best, captain 
Olive Hunt 
Virginia Saxe 
Sarah Rotan 
Josephine Bingham 
Margaret Dragon 
Phylis Leland 
Bee Rich 

Elizabeth Williams 
Elizabeth Friend 
Ruth Neely 
Marion Myers 
Constance Dudley 

Susan Raymond 

Barbara Keefer 



1934 

Marjorie Henger, 
Flora Best 
Marjorie Hodder 
Virginia Lent 
Dorothy McEvoy 
Jean Stuart 
Mary Cantlin 
Adelma Merrill 
Jane Bryant 
Edith Rogers 
Rhoda Minkler 
Winifred Mitchell 



captain 




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Lifeguards 



1932 

Lydia Chittenden (Capt.) 
Elizabeth French Aurelia Plumly 

Shirley Swift Isabelle Parker 

Mary Porter Jane Waldheim 

Marcella Breidster 



Edith Greenleaf 
Jane Ferris 



1933 



Beatrice Colby 
Gertrude Olsen 



1934 



Charmion Woodruff 
Gertrude Tukey 
Ethelwyn Boericke 
Virginia Lent 
Edna Wallace 
Flora Best 
Natalie Hoyt 



Marjorie Henger 
Margery Hodder 
Dorothea Van Duyn 
Julia Chapman 
Mary Bayliss 
Edith Rogers 
Dorothea McEvoy 



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All Smith Tennis Team 1931 

Marie Fensterer, 1931 
Katherine Daniels, 1931 
Margaret Woods, 1932 
Katherine Wiener, 1933 

Class Tennis Teams 



1931 TEAM 

Lorna MacDonnell (Capt.) 
Marie Fensterer 
Louise Pendry 
Katherine Daniels 



1933 TEAM 

Edith Eustis (Capt.) 
Katherine Wiener 
Nancy Booth by 
Margery Kaufman 



1932 TEAM 

Margaret Woods (Capt.) 
Harriette Barnard 
Ruth Adler 
Rebecca Tenney 



1934 TEAM 

Marjorie Bertha (Capt.) 
Mary Cootes 
Velda Rithets 
Lois Weeks 



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All'Smith Crew 

Jean Berry, 1931 
{Catherine Rowe, 1931 
Jane Sherman, 1931 
Shirley Swift, 1932 
Margaret Wemple, 1932 



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Class Crews 



193 1 CREW 
Katherine Rowe (Capt.) 
Jane Berry 
Margaret Blake 
Jane Sherman 
Elizabeth Gleysteen 




1932 CREW 
Ellen Hess (Capt.) 
Elise Sieker 
Shirley Swift 
Dorothy Hagar 
Margaret Wemple 




1934 CREW 
Helen Rayner (Capt.) 
Dorothea Van Duyn 
Margery Hodder 
Dorothea Hendricks 
Jane Berry 



1933 CREW 
Jane Wilson (Capt.) 
Ruth West 
Mary Brown 
Elizabeth Willcox 
Marian Marshall 




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ALL-SMITH ARCHERY TEAM 

Mary F. Crosby, 1932 
Martha Dickenson, 1932 
Emily Williams, 1931 



Class Archery Teams 



1931 ARCHERY 
May Robinson (Capt.) 
Emily Williams 
Josephine Dickerman 



1932 ARCHERY 
Martha Dickenson (Capt.) 
Mary F. Crosby 
Elizabeth Plumer 



1933 ARCHERY 
Elizabeth Bushnell (Capt.) 
Mary Manley 
Charlotte Righeimer 



1934 TEAM 
Ann Peirce (Capt.) 
Edith Woodcock 
Laura Phillips 



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Dramatic Association Council 



Barbara Best 
Eleanor Barry 
Mary Bowman 
Edith Cramer 
Carolyn Erminger 
Julia Heiman 
Linda Marcus 
Irma Smithton 
Joy Stilson 
Mary Thurston 
Jane Wilson 
Katharine Yow . 



Producing Director 

Chairman of Properties 

Chairman of Scenery 

Chairman of Lighting 

Chairman of Publicity 

Dramaturgist 

Business Manager 

Chairman of Ma\e-up 

Chairman of Costumes 

Stage Manager 

Secretary 

Chairman of Music 



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Senior Dramatics Committee 



Gp.rnda von Briesen 
Mary Bowman 
Eleanor Eaton 
Linda Marcus 
Ann Parker 
Gertrude Steere 
Joy Stilson 
Margaret Wemple 



Chairman 

Scenic Director 

Chairman of Tic\ets and Programs 

Business Manager 

Chairman of Dancing 

Chairman of Music 

Chairman of Costumes 

Chairman of Publicity 



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Dramatics 

The Season of 1931-1932 has been a glorious one in the field of Dramatics. In 
fact, it has been the occasion of a remarkable and a very inspiring revival of the 
theatre in Smith College. Everyone these days is becoming stage-minded — begin- 
ning, of course, with the frequenters of 311 — and certainly the mounting enthusiasm, 
the greatly increased number of productions, and the appearance of a veritable horde 
of actors, hitherto unsuspected, has all gone to prove that the contagion is spreading 
with unprecedented rapidity. 

The first production, of the season was an innovation for the boards of Student's 
Building. It was a propaganda piece in the form of a powerful drama of the drought- 
stricken farmers in the West. For two nights, "Can You Hear Their Voices" packed 
the house. It was produced under the auspices of Mr. Eliot's Workshop, Beautifully 
directed by Julia Heiman 1932, and very effectively lighted by Mr. Eliot himself. 

Only a very short time after this, The Dramatic Association went heavily Rus- 
sian and raised the curtain, one fine night, on "The Treasure", which though some- 
what labored as plays go, nevertheless was very interesting to see and gave frequent 
indications of Director Barbara Best's superb sense of the stage and its effects. 

Along about this time, the talented societies of Alpha and Phi Kappa had a sud- 
den revulsion of feeling, and wisely decided that the theatre at Smith was badly in 
need of the lightness, the delicacy, and the licentiousness of the Restoration. Practi- 
cally no sooner said than done, for after scarcely two weeks of work, the able Laur- 
ence Stapleton succeeded not only in moving a gigantic cast smoothly through the 
rather tortuous antics of "The Knight of the Burning Pestle", but also in putting over 
every minute of it. Outstanding performances were given by Miriam Ramer 1933, 
Elizabeth Caffee, E. J. Parker, Margaret Rankin, Aurelia Plumly, and Edith Cramer 
— all of the class of 1932. 

The next event on the bills was somewhat delayed in appearance because of the 
close succession of Mid-years and Rally Day. In March, however, things fell once 
more into their old gay pace with four one-act plays, adapted from short stories by 
students of the College and produced by Workshop. They ranged widely from seri- 
ous drama to farcical sketches, and all in all, provided an evening of excellent enter- 
tainment. Exactly a month later, Workshop, still unable to wear down its energy, 
put on a well-balanced program composed of "The Pretty Sabine Women" by Leonid 
Andreyev, and "A Pound of Flesh" by Margaret Hammel 1932. , 

Obviously, the various organizations interested in Dramatics have left no stone 
unturned in their admirable efforts to give the year's theatre bill a wide range of 
variety and interest. In so doing, they have aroused the enthusiasm of the College 
as a whole to an unusual degree of intensity, and the excellent accomplishments of 
the year ought to give rise to a great deal of future inspiration. 



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Tear Boo\ Board 



Eleanor Eaton 






Editor 'in- chief 


Elizabeth Sturges, 1933 






Associate Editor 


Agnes McLean 






Business Manager 


Betty Bell 






Assistant Business Manager 


Elisabeth Reed, 1933 






Assistant Business Manager 


Betsy Knapp 






Picture Editor 


Margaret Rankin 






List Editor 


Mary V. Stevens 






Assistant List Editor 


Mary Gamble 






Senior Picture Editor 


Margaret Smith 






Faculty Editor 


Helen Hornbostel 






Art Editor 


Betty Schroeder 






Assistant Art Editor 


Anna Mattern 






Assistant Art Editor 


Margaret Wemple 






Athletic Editor 


Lilla Train 






Literary Editor 


Ruth Adler 






Snapshot Editor 



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Weef^y Board 



Assistant Editors 
Elizabeth Elmore, 1932 
Margaret Blake, 1932 

Literary Editor 
Marjorie Frank, 1932 

Assistants 
Carolyn Erminger, 1932 
Margaret Wemple, 1932 



Editor-in-Chief 
Andrea Ferguson, 1932 

J^lews Reporters 
Jean Farquhar, 1933 
Virginia Benjamin, 1933 
Eleanor Thorn, 1933 
Helen Geller, 1933 
Eleanor Ernst, 1934 
Georgianna Kimble. 1934 
Cornelia Williamson, 1934 



Managing Editor Junior Ed 

Virginia Eyerly, 1932 Lucy Dunn 

Assistants 
Janet Arend, 1932 Elizabeth Gamble. 1933 

Helen Schnepel, 1932 Rita Gomberg. 1933 

Nancy Stevenson, 1932 Jane Berry, 1934 

Business Manager Assistant 

Helen Thum, 193 2 Jane Wilson, 



J^ews Editor 
Elizabeth Sherry, 1932 

Pictorial Editor 
Marcia Maylott, 1932 

Assistants 
Myrtle Williams, 1932 
Jane Ferris, 1933 
Janet McMullen, 193 3 

itor 
, 1932 

Dorothy Loeb, 1934 
Marion Allen, 1933 
Katherine Michels, 1934 



Advertising Manager 
Leonore Hellman, 1933 

Assistants 
Edith Edwards, 1934 
Edna Wallace, 1934 

French Correspondent 
Jane Wallis, 193 3 



Circulation Manager 
Ruth Berliss. 1932 

Assistants 
Lucile Fletcher. 1933 
Constance Kreimer, 193 3 

Italian Correspondent 
Laura Marden, 1933 



1933 

Critics 
Art 
Carolyn Hine, 1932 

Music 
Dorothea Jones, 1934 

Dramatics 
Rosemary Denniston, 1932 
Sylvia Chase, 193 2 




Elise Sieker 
Millicent Ward 
Lilla Train 
Elizabeth Walton 
Dorothy McLean 
Janet Darling 
Lucy Wright 



Ruth Cannell 
Doris Holden 



Justine Bailey 
Anna Carr 
Mary Cheatham 
Marjorie Cook 



Elizabeth Alsterlund 
Ruth Barnes 
Lemma Boice 
Elizabeth Crofut 



Press Board 

OFFICERS 



MEMBERS 



1932 

Agnes McLean 
Dorothy McLean 

1933 
Mary Cornwall 
Eleanor Grout 
Rose Marie Harris 

1934 

Janet Darling 
Shirley D'Lugasch 
Alice Eckman 
Dudley Harmon 



President 

l^ews Editor 

Assistant 7^{ews Editor 

Business Manager 

Librarian 

Secretary 

Picture Editor 



Maren Morrison 
Elise Sieker 



Lilla Train 
Millicent Ward 



Laura Hayward Jean Miller 
Constance Kreimer Helen Montgomery 
Elizabeth Lee Laura Stolzenberg 

Louise Thomas 



Eunice Jameson 
Eleanor Katz 
Amarie Whitters 
Emily Lewis 



Marianne Pachner 
Frances Shapiro 
Elizabeth Shute 
Elizabeth Walton 



Picture Bureau 

Betty Hardenberg, '34 Jean Schmolze, '34 
Gertrude Olsen, '3 3 



Lucy Wright, '33 
Katherine Young, '32 



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Symphony Orchestra 



Miss Rebecca Wilder Holmes 
Miriam Levin 
Virginia Gilman 
Helen Brown 
Marian Roberts 



Director 

Leader of First Violins 

Leader of Second Violins 

Leader of Violas 

Leader of Violoncello 



MEMBERS 



Mrs. Brandegee 
Virginia Clark, 1933 
Mr. Gi.met 
Isadore Hatch, G. S. 

Anne Allen, 1935 
Anita Friedman, 1935 
Virginia Gilman, 1934 

Vwla 
Helen Brown, 1932 
Mrs. Bixler 
Miss Gilles 
Susan Raymond, 1935 
Mrs. Smith 

Bass 
Mr. Parshley 

Horn 
Mary Tibbetts, 1932 



First Violin 
Miriam Levin, 1932 
Marion McTaggart, 
Julia Mincho 



G. S. 



Second Violin 
Dorothea Jones, 1934 
Dorothy Meigs, 193 3 



Violoncello 
Ruth Barnes, 1934 
Mr. Bixler 
Julia Brodt, 1932 
Jean Cross, 193 5 
Miss Murray 
Marian Roberts, 1932 
Bettie Sands, 1935 
Mrs. Stilwell 



Elsa Parshley, 1935 
Anne Pitts, 1933 
Hilda Richardson, 1932 
Charlotte Righeimer. 1933 



Margaret Sussman, 1934 
Marian Weaver, 1935 
Elizabeth White, 1935 

Tympani 
Lota Curtiss, 193 2 

Flutes 
Jane Adams, 1935 
Anne Wertheim, 1935 

Trumpet 
Donald Wells 

Harp 
Marjorie Muther 



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Glee Club 



Katherine Merrill 
Gwendolyn Duggan 
Margery Davis 
Ruth Brank 
Elaine Towne 
Helen Bragdon 



Marian Allen, '33 
Caroline Atkinson, '32 
Elsie Barnhart, '34 
Mary Bennett, '34 
Lemma Boice, '34 
Elizabeth Brooks, '33 
Barbara Burlingham. '34 
Virginia Bush, '3 3 
Dorothy Candee, '32 
Mary Case, '34 
Helen Chaddock, '33 
Patricia Cox, '34 
Edith Cramer, '32 
Lota Curtiss, '3 2 
Margery Davis, '33 
Virginia Davis. '3 2 
Elizabeth Doran, '32 
Gwendolyn Duggan, '32 
Eleanor Ernst, '34 
Madeleine Evans, '34 
Betty Floyd, '33 
Bitty Gamble, '33 



MEMBERS 

Marcia Glidden, '3 2 
Ruth Gould, '32 
Mary Hanna, '3 2 
Ruth Hard. '3 2 
Ellen Hess, '32 
Margaret Holmes. '3 2 
Julia Hopkins, '3 3 
Dorothea Jones, '34 
Marjorie Jones, '33 
Jane Kelsey, '34 
Rebecca Kennard, '32 
Anna Lacey, '33 
Madeleine Leonard, '34 
Mary Lilley, '34 
Margaret Lord, '33 
Miriam Macomber. '3 3 
Elizabeth Marshall. '3 2 
Charlotte Martin, '32 
Virginia Mealy, '34 
Adelma Merrill. '34 
Katherine Merrill, '32 



Leader 

Manager 

Librarian 

Accompanist 

Assistant Accompanist 

Treasurer 



Mary Mulligan. '3 2 
Marjorie Muther. '34 
Priscilla Parke. '34 
Elizabeth Parker. '32 
Una Peavey. '33 
Isabel! e Pendleton. '33 
Julia Pitt. '34 
Priscilla Richards. '32 
Dorothy Rittenhouse. '34 
Olive Ross. '34 
Amy Scott, '34 
Charlotte Snyder. '34 
Marjorie Spiegel. '34 
Nancy Stevenson. '32 
Caroline Stilwell. '34 
Elaine Towne. '32 
Margaret Walbran, '34 
Louise Warner, '32 
Virginia Whitney, '34 
Ruth Whittemore, '34 
Helen Woodhull, 'cd 
Katharine Yow, '33 



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Elizabeth J. Parker 
Ingeborg Lincoln 
Barbara Bradley 

Nancy Stevenson 
Louise Warner 



Junior Choir 

OFFICERS 



Leader 

Assistant Leader 

Secretary 

Librarian 

Assistant Librarian 



Elizabeth Marshall 
Emily Baker 
Betty Bell 
Nancy Parker 
Barbara Bradley 
Charlotte Cabot 
Helen Calvorcoressi 
Dorothy Candee 
Sylvia Chase 
Louise Christison 
Mary F. Crosby 
Lota Curtiss 
Virginia Davis 
Katherine Doe 
Gwendolyn Duggan 
Lucy Dunn 
Marian Emerson 
Flora Erikson 
Muriel Fleischman 
Jean Fischer 



MEMBERS 

Marjorie Gilbert 
Marcia Glidden 
Ruth Gould 
Mary Hanna 
Ruth Hard 
Katherine Harvie 
Helen Henry 
Ellen Hess 
Carolyn Hine 
Margaret Holmes 
Ellen Hunt 
Rebecca Kennard 
Virginia Kimberly 
Abigail Lee 
Frances Levering 
Irene Levine 
Sara Levy 
Ingeborg Lincoln 
Margaret McLaughlin 



Charlotte Martin 
Katherine Merrill 
Susan Miller 
Athalia Ogden 
Isabel Parker 
Grace Piper 
Dorothy Reynolds 
Priscilla Richards 
Virginia Rugh 
Elise Sieker 
Nancy Stevenson 
Elaine Towne 
Louise Warner 
Madeline Watson 
Lydia Weare 
Emily Weidman 
Margaret Wemple 
Elizabeth Woerner 
Margaret Woods 
Katherine Young 



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Katharine Yow 
Elizabeth Floyd 
Elizabeth Reed 
Bertha Perstein 
Mary Dorion 



Senior Choir 

OFFICERS 



Leader 

Assistant Leader 

Secretary 

Accompanist 

Librarian 



Marion Allen 
Jean Averill 
Jean Babcock 
Ann Baker 
Helen Barlow 
Ruth Beardslee 
Ruth Besson 
Dorothy Boyles 
Helen Bragdon 
Elizabeth Brooks 
Virginia Bush 
Helen Chaddock 
Dorothy Council 
Margery Davis 
Joanne Dissette 
Theresa Dodge 
Mary Dorion 
Dorothy Ehleider 
Elizabeth Floyd 



MEMBERS 

Dorothy Frandsen 
Elizabeth Gamble 
Helen Geller 
Margery Goldsmith 
Nellie Harrington 
Helen Harris 
Grace Harrison 
Sara Hilken 
Margaret Hoover 
Julia Hopkins 
Marjorie Jones 
Priscilla Kennaday 
Mary Knox 
Constance Kreimer 
Anna Lacey 
Elizabeth Lee 
Margaret Lord 
Miriam Macomber 
Helen Malone 



Mary Mignot May 
Helen Nebolsine 
Barbara Nichols 
Gertrude Olsen 
Una Peavey 
Isabelle Pendleton 
Anne Pitts 
Elisabeth Reed 
Cora Ripley 
Jean Rumsey 
Florence Shaneberger 
Susan Smith 
Marian Sykes 
Katrina Van Hook 
Rose Waters 
Louise Weimer 
Helen West 
Ruth Wood 
Katharine Yow 



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Sophomore Choir 

OFFICERS 



Marjorie Spiegel 
Madeleine Evans 
Elizabeth Cantril 
Jane Kelsey 
Janet Smith 
Amy Carter 



I 
MEMBERS 



Janet Adams 
Elizabeth Andrews 
Caroline Atkinson 
Marjorie Ballou 
Elsie Barnhart 
Mary Barrows 
Elizabeth Baxter 
Annette Beale 
Mary Bennett 
Doris Black 
Lemma Eoice 
Esther Booth 
Frances Brown 
Eleanor Burke 
Barbara Burlingham 
Susanne Callahan 
Elizabeth Cantril 
Amy Carter 
Mary Case 
Ruth Cohn 
Elizabeth Colladay 
Bernadine CooNEr 
Patricia Cox 
Jane Crawford 
Janet Darling 



Katharine Doe 
Polly Dudley 
Elizabeth Dyer 
Barbara Eaton 
Elsie Elfring 
Eleanor Ernst 
Madeleine Evans 
Clare Feeley 
Charlotte Fitch 
Dorothy Fosdick 
Virginia Grace 
Mary Graves 
Alison Hardy 
Olive Harrington 
Margery Hodder 
Margaret Humm 
Dorothea Jones 
Jane Kelsey 
Rachel Kent 
Merriel Kimball 
Janet Krogh 
Madeleine Leonard 
Marian Leuthner 
Mary Lilley 
Frances Lisle 
Jeroma Litman 



Julia McWilliams 
Dorothy Madsen 
Ida Mahan 
Margaret Martin 
Virginia Mealey 
Adelma Merrill 
Margaret Milne 
Helen Montanus 
Hester Mount 
Marjorie Muther 
Emily Olmstead 
Priscilla Parke 
Frances Philbrick 
Julia Pitt 
Grace Reynolds 
Dorothy Rittenhouse 
Georgiamna Robinson 
Olive Ross 
Lois Sanborn 
Jean Schmolze 
Ida Schreiber 
Amy Scott 
M. Gerarda Shields 
Elizabeth Smith 
Charlotte Snyder 
Madelaine Speers 



Leader 

Assistant Leader 

Accompanist 

Secretary 

Librarians 



Marjorie Spiegel 
Ellen Steel 
Catherine Stevens 
Elizabeth Stidger 
Edith Stiles 
Caroline Stilwell 
Jean Strait 
Margaret Sussman 
Constance Thayer 
Peatrice Thomen 
Frances Thompson 
Madeline Tregaskis 
Eleanor Tucker 
Gertrude Tukey 
Margaret Walbran 
Elizabeth Walton 
Sarah Westcott 
Virginia Whitney 
Virginia T. Whitney 
Ruth Whittemore 
Harriet Woodard 
Helen Woodhull 
Charmian Woodruff 
Gertrude Woodruff 
Louise Wurts 
Margaret Zimmer 



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Freshman Choir 



OFFICERS 



Dorothy Ann Sawyer 
Esther Floyd 
Margaret Clark 
Martha Johnson 
Alice McElroy 
Barbara McKelvey 
Roxane Pollock 



Leader 

Assistant Leader 

Secretary 

Accompanist 

Assistant Accompanist 

Librarian 

Assistant Librarian 



MEMBERS 



Helen Allcorn 
Lydia Allen 

WlLHELMINA ALLNUT 

Else Ashwell 
Phyllis Baker 
corinne beckwith 
Frances Bell 
Suzanne Bowerfind 
Elizabeth Bowman 
Barbara Brock 
Emily Bullock 
Margaret Bulmer 
Mary Bunce 
Muriel Burr 
Margaret Button 
Eleanor Clark 
Margaret B. Clark 
Catharine Cobb 
Janet Cook 
Janet Creighton 
Jean Cross 
Cornelia Curtis 
Evelyn Dean 
Ruth Dean 
Elsa Dommerich 



Carolyn Earl 
Elizabeth Emlen 
Martha Fisher 
Esther Floyd 
Sarah Fuller 
Betty Fulton 
Edith Garrison 
Grace Glasgow 
Mary Harmon 
Louise Harris 
Elizabeth Hazen 
Cornelia Hewitt 
Charlotte Hoffman 
Elisabeth Hofmann 
Elisabeth Howard 
Katherine Hughes 
Olive Hunt 
Anne Huthsteiner 
Martha Johnson 
Lula Johnston 
Fredelle Keyes 
Mary Kibbe 
Katherine Korrady 
Elizabeth Kusterer 



Margaret LaDue 
Ruth Lathrop 
Janet Lewis 
Margaret Lincoln 
Virginia McClung 
Lorraine McCutcheon 
Alice McElroy 
Barbara McKelvey 
Elizabeth Miller 
Kate Miller 
Cornelia Myers 
Elizabeth Newell 
E. Chandonette Norris 
Pauline O'Brien 
Catherine Otis 
Margaret Palmer 
Edith Pardee 
Phyllis Patchin 
Elizabeth Polk 
Roxane Pollock 
Elizabeth Potter 
Mary Pritchard 
Annabel Reeves 
Bee Rich 



Mary Rodman 
Charlotte Rosenbaum 
Frances Rossi 
Margaret Russell 
Dorothy Ann Sawyer 
C. Virginia Saxe 
Marcia Shepard 
Ruth Shurtleff 
Elfrida Smith 
Marlyles Smith 
Jenny Staples 
Mary Stephenson 
Marie-Louise Stockard 
Mary V. Thompson 
Carol Tidball 
Bertha Turton 
Mary Walton 
Sarah Weimer 
Bettie Welsh 
Alice White 
Elizabeth White 
Rl'th White 
Jean Whitlock 
Elizabeth Whitney 
Earbara Woodward 



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Song Leaders 





1932, Ellen Hess 
College Song Leader 



1933, Mary Dorion 





1934, Madeleine Evans 



1935, Elizabeth Wyman 



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Junior Step Song 




Tune: "When Day Is Done". 




Words Bv Lilla Train and Millicent Ward. 




If you must go, If you must go 




We follow slow What can we show 




the way you knew; To say farewell, 




Your year has passed, Can voices tell 




and ours as fast What we all know too well? 




will soon be through; It is so true 




But never will sever That we'll miss you, 




Your memory today, We need not say 




You leave us and grieve us That Step Sings will be blue 




Because you have to go away. With you away. 




II 




The days of comradeship with you For through the years it passes on 




Well not forget From class to class 




The passing of those days we knew A spirit born of knowledge that's well 




We do Regret won — 




So, seniors we're singing Of comradeship and standards held and 




A farewell song to you joy at Smith — 




But still we are bringing And this we owe to you 




A spirit that's unchanged yet new Thirty-one. 




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We take the Senior Steps Tonight A pledge that we will do our best 




And realize To keep these steps and fill the place 




That next year we must prove our right Of thirty-one 




To keep them ours. And be a worthy senior class to you 




So while we are singing So hear us as we take these steps and 




Farewell with all the rest sing our song — 




Yet still we are bringing A pledge of trust to you from 




Thirty-two. 




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Alma Mater 

To you, O Alma Mater, 
O Mother, great and true, 

From all your loyal children, 
Comes up the song anew. 

Where swings the red sun upward, 
Where sinks he down to rest, 

Are hearts that backward turning 
Still find you first and best. 

Chorus — And gladly singing to you always, 

Our loyal hearts with joy shall fill. 
O fairest, fairest Alma Mater, 
You hold and claim us still. 

By many a hearth your daughters 
Their love for you shall tell, 

Until in turn their children 
Shall learn to love you well. 

And still the ranks renewing, 
And stronger year by year, 

Are one in deep devotion 
To you we hold so dear. 



Chorus 



You gave us dreams unnumbered, 
And life we had not known, 

And now, O Alma Mater, 
We give you back your own. 

For memories, for friendships, 
That bless each passing day, 

Our toil unsought we render, 
Our debt unask'd we pay. 



Chorus 
Henrietta Sperry, 1910. 



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]\[onsense 



It is quite a simple airy affair to write a 
nonsense column but only the best that mon- 
ey can buy is chosen because we want only 
the best that money can buy so we got Forey 
Cord, Grouchy Barx, Hey you Brown, B. 
Barnard Haw, and Alf Hill Hurray! to join 
in the spirit of the thing (the nonsense col- 
umn). They have been working like little 
Trojans, and their combined efforts have pro- 
duced this stupendous, all-singing, all-talking, 
all techni-color work of art. "Per Bacco", 
cried the villain, for he was in on it too. 





We 1729 girls began in 1836 and by 1974 there were 
only a few of us in college. About 6 were taking general 
honors and the remaining 5280 were still going strong try- 
ing to pass posture picture (alliteration is best in composi- 
tions of this sort) tests and make-up examinations. But 
then one can understand that 26 girls can't all have the 
same mentalities. That is one of the remarkable things 
about this remarkable college of ours — we all seem to be 
remarkably different, but of course, not entirely because 
most of us wear shoes and stockings, except that some people 
prefer just shoes. 



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I remember distinctly how upset we girl chums were 
when our last and very most favorite step sing was brok- 
en up. It seems that everyone had flunked out and the 
next class had to sing instead, but then it was a fair plus 
chance for them to show their mettle. Or maybe we 
were there after all. Anyway, pause, whom should ap- 
pear around the corner but Chit '32. Eileen '32 was 
howing cabbages when she noticed the intruder. "Stop 
thief!" she cried, but no answer. If Smith '32 had had 
the presence of mind she would have answered, but at 
that time Parker '32 was stranded on a high note. The 
crack tumbling squad was on hand — Plumly '32, Rugh 
'32, Wemple '32, and Woods '32 formed a beautiful 
pyramid and brought her safely back to mother earth. 




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Fudge making took the college by storm. Stapleton '32 was our 
blue ribbon girl, but being overly modest she refused the prize of a 
neat little Leghorn and passed it on instead to Gernda '32 who had 
really talked her out of it. Scott '32 and Staley '32 glossed the hard 
feelings diplomatically away and by Carnival time everybody was hap- 
py. It was a rip roaring, whipper snapping, side splitting affair just 
chock full of good clean fun. Woods '32 and Steere '32 cheered while 
the rest of the class joined in a hearty and lusty cheer. And after that 
college was dismissed and everyone went home tired but happy. And 
so to bed. 



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"They will not find us changed from them 
they knew — " but can you recognize us? 




FOUR LONG YEARS AGO 



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The Editors of the 1932 Tear Boo\ wish 
to express their gratitude to the following 
members of the college whose advice and 
assistance has made this volume possible. 

Miss Anetta Clark 
Mr. George P. Hyde 
Ruth Gould 
Janet Claflin 
Eileen CTDaniel 



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Index to Advertisements 



Alice Brown's Sweetheart 

Tea House 5 

Angotti, V 5 

Army fe? Navy Store 8 

Belanger-Zessin 7 

Bicknell, HE 5 

Bridgman & Lyman 4 

Butler fe? Ullman 8 

Chidnoff Studio 14 

Class of 1932 3 

Class of 1933 6 

Class of 1934 10 

Class of 1935 12 

Coggeshall 6? Jukes 7 

College Tasty Shoppe 7 

College Taxi Co 5 

Cotrell fe? Leonard 5 

Dewhurst, O. T 4 



Draper Garage 11 

Draper Hotel 7 

Fleming's Boot Shop 11 

Holmes, Samuel, Inc 11 

Hood, H. P. tf Sons, Inc 7 

Hotel Northampton 11 

Hovey, H. A. 6? Co 8 

Liddell, William & Co., Inc 7 

Mary Marguerite 8 

Plymouth Drug Shop 11 

Sears Co., Henry G 4 

Stern Brothers 13 

Tiffany 6? Co 1 

Tooher, Jane 2 

Webster Thomas Co 9 

Woodworth 11 



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Tiffany & Co. 

Jewelers Silversmiths Stationers 



Steadfast Standards 



Mail Inquiries Receive Prompt Attention 

Fifth Avenue & 37 -Street 
NewYork 



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JANE TOOHER 
SPORT CLOTHES 

School — ■ College — Camp 



GYMNASIUM 
GARMENTS 



Official Outfitter 

for 

SMITH COLLEGE 



711 Boylston Street 
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



1932- 



Compliments 
of 



Class of 1932 



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QUALITY 

ESTABLISHES 

PREFERENCE 

Quality combined with service is what 
prompts institutions to prefer 

SQUARE SEAL 

FOOD PRODUCTS 

HENRY G. SEARS CO- 

HOLYOKE, MASS. 

WHOLESALE WHOLESALE 

GROCERS CONFECTIONERS 

Distributors of Quality Food Products for over JO years. 
















Bridgman & Lyman 

Northampton, Mass. 

Extend Greetings to the Class of 

'32 and Thank Them for 

Their Patronage 

Send Us Your Mail Orders for 

SMITH 

Class Books, Song Books, Banners 

and Pennants, Stationery, Verse 

and Anything Else in the 

Book and Stationery Line 




Our Shop is 
Convenient to You . . . 

I! We are centrally located; those little 
adjustments that your glasses occasion- 
ally need are only matters of a few 
minutes' work. If We pride ourselves 
that our interest in you does NOT 
end with your original purchase. 
11 Prescription work, mail and tele- 
graph orders are finished same day 
received. 

Opticians to your President's family 

and the majority of the Faculty, Heads 

of Houses and Students. 

O. T. DEWHURST 

Registered Optometrists and 
Prescription Opticians 

201 Main Street Opp. City Hall 

Telephone T84-W 






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"The Store If here You Get Your Gym Shoes" 

For 30 Years . . . 

TWe have sold shoes to the girls of Smith College, while they were here and 
after they had left Alma Mater. 

c We send shoes all over the country to the girls who left college years ago 
and those who left but last year. 

YWe send them ANYWHERE on approval, and we suited the girls so well 
while they were here that they KNOW what we can do and keep in touch 
with us year after year. 

Shoes, Hosiery, Silk Scarfs. Wool Gloves and Mufflers, i ou'll always 
find the old prompt service at Bicknell's. 

H. E. BICKNELL 

NORTHAMPTON, MASS. 
158 Main Street Opp. Draper Hotel 
















Alice Brown's 
Sweetheart Tea House 

SHELBURNE FALLS. MASS. 

/"~^T^~\ Open all day 
K SWEETHEARTS J April 19th 

\S\S Nov. 1st 

Specialties — Fried Chicken, Steak and 
Lobster Dinners — ■ Waffles and Maple 
Syrup. Pure Maple Sugar Products. 

On the Famous Mo/iaick Trail 




PHONE 
College Taxi Co. 
















Caps — Gowns — Hoods 

For All Degrees 

The country's largest maker of academic 
costumes. Write for samples of materials 
and for prices. 

Sole Depository of the Intercollegiate 
Bureau of Academic Costumes 

Cotrell & Leonard 

Est. 1832 Albany, N. Y. 




V. ANGOTTI 

College Dressmaker 

Cleaning 
Dyeing 

80 Green St. Tel. 1554-M 






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Compliments 
of 



Class of 1933 



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Gold Medal Brand Irish 




PARTIES 








Linen Table Damasks 




are a sure 

SUCCESS 








are an infallible sign of 












good taste. Discriminat- 




when topped off with 








ing purchasers will find 
them on sale by R. H. 




HOOD'S 








Stearns Co. in Boston. 




ICE CREAM 

May be obtained everywhere 
in New England 

Cakes for all occasions 








William Liddell 




Souffle Cups — Fancy Ices 








and Company, Inc. 












53 White Street New York 




H. P. Hood & Sons, Inc. 

11 Hawlev St. 








Mills at Belfast, Ireland 




Northampton, Mass. 




















MARY COGGESHALL 
JEANNETTE JUKES 




Draper Hotel 








Incorporated 




Nearest Hotel to Smith College 








509 MADISON AVENUE 




Recently Remodeled 








NEW YORK CITY 




and Refurnished 








DECORATIONS FURNISHINGS 




CAFETERIA 








ANTIQUES 




AND 








Telephone Plaza 3-8739 




DINING ROOM 




















Meet Your Friends 




Finger Wales Marcels 








at the 




Belanger - Zessin 








COLLEGE 




Nestle Circuline 








TASTY SHOPPE 




Permanent Wave 








86 Green St. 




277 Main Street Northampton 








NORTHAMPTON 




Phone 688 






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Monthly Accounts Telephone Capitol 0930 






H. A. HOVEY & CO. 






30, 32, 34, and 36 FANEUIL HALL MARKET, BOSTON 






Since 1822 Specialists in 






BUTTER EGGS 






from creameries selected for fine from selected nearby henneries where 
quality which make butter according , , . _ 

? .. :a „o *,„ m *i.„ »«„ -,r-.,) n o<, the hens receive scientific care and 
to our ideas rrom the top grade pas- 
teurized cream of accredited tubercu- feed. Received overnight by express, 

lin tested herds. Flavor, color, salt, ,. . , ... ■ 
, j , i r .. candled and graded by experts and 
body and package conform to the 6 J y 

highest standards. delivered with the least possible delay. 






Prompt Delivery at Market Prices 






By our own trucks in the Back Bay, Brookline, Newton, Cambridge 

and Belmont, and by prepaid express elsewhere, safe arrival 

and absolute satisfaction guaranteed. 






We Supply Smith 










ARMY AND NAVY 






From Abroad 




STORE 






CABLE us 




32 Pleasant Street 






From Your Home 

WRITE US 

We will deliver flowers to 

your friends in 'Hamp, or 

elsewhere 




We Carry a Complete Line of 

Riding and Hiking Goods 

at Low Prices 














The Mary Marguerite 






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For Luncheon, we eat at the Mary 
Marguerite ; 

For Tea, we meet at the Mary 
Marguerite ; 






Butler & Ullman 

Flowers 




For Dinner, we dine at the Mary 

Marguerite 

Yes, 21 STATE is the Mary 

Marguerite. 

The Mary Marguerite 




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Webster Thomas Co. 



2 17 S tate Street 
BOSTON, MASS. 




Importers, Manufacturers, and 

Wholesale Grocers, specializing 

in Institution Supplies. 



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Compliments 
of 



Class of IQ34 



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Samuel Holme-. J. Frederick Holmes 

Frank \V. Holme- 



Samuel Holmes, 
Inc. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

Poultry and Game 



7-25 Faneuil Hall Market 
Basement 3 South Side 

Telephone 
Richmond 0708-0709-3513 

Boston, Mass. 



Draper Garage 

67-69 Masonic St. 

STORAGE 

Cars Called For and Delivered 

Washing — Repairing 

Tires and Batteries 

Tel. 831-W 

A. L. A. Service 



WOODWORTH 

Ladies' Hairdresser 

Permanent Wave a Specialty 

245 MAIN STREET 
Telephone 2390 Northampton, Mass. 

O. J. Bonneau, Prop. 



SHOES 

Campus Afternoon 
Evening 

Fleming's Boot Shop 

CJreen St. South Hadlev 

189 Main St. 

Northampton, Mass. 



The 
Plymouth Drug Shop 



31 West Street 



Agents of Elizabeth Arden 
Toilet Preparations 



Hotel 
Northampton 



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"The Open Door" 

"An Inn of Colonial Charm" 
Northampton, Mass. 



and 



Wiggins Old Tavern 

Lewis N. Wiggins, Prop. 



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Compliments 
of 



Class of 1935 



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Are you "in the picture" at this one of our Smith College Shop Fashion Shows? 

Stern's is fashion headquarters 
for SMITH girls who want 
to dress with New York chic 

STERN BROTHERS 

NEW YORK • 42nd Street • West of Fifth Avenue • 
NORTHAMPTON, MASS. • 22 Green Street • 



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The Photography 

for 

This Boo\ 

was done 

by the 

Chidnoff Studio 

469 Fifth Avenue 

New York City 











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