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FOREWORD 

In unemot-ional, formal type ... in photographic glimpses . . . must this scant 
re-lived, and memory is a frivilous lass who may be tantalizingly reticent. The 




. . Veiled in autumn branches. 
Draper Hall awaits the hungry diner. 



icord be transcribed. Only in memory can this unalterable history be 
ditors present this book as a pattern for a diversity of memories. 




. . Goessman Hall . . scene of laboratory 
experimentation by aspiring chemists. 



D E D I CAT I O N 



This Index is dedicated to our genial Dean. In part, it is a recognition of twenty- 
five years of faithful service just completed at Massachusetts State. More, however, 
it is on expression of appreciation on the part of the student body for the friendly and 
wise counsel he has given down through the years. 

It has been the good fortune of the college that Dean Machmer could serve it 
in two capacities, both as instructor and administrator. His contagious enthusiasm 
for Mathematics, his favorite subject, coupled with an unusual knack for clear presen- 
tation of abstruse principles has won for him a place of high esteem among those 
students who have been fortunate enough to sit in his classes, and also among his 
fellows of the teaching profession. His friendly and sympathetic interest in all the 
problems of young people, on the other hand, his patience, wholesome optimism and 
sound judgment in dealing with their many trying situations have made him the ideal 
choice for administrator of a Dean's Office. Both positions, teacher and Dean, have 
demanded increasing amounts of his time, thought, and energy. To both he has ever 
been loyal. Continued promotion is sufficient evidence of his success in carrying on. 
Such promotion, however, has not meant the leaving of one position for another. 
Rather, it has required the assumption of new responsibilities in addition to the many 
already placed upon him. 

That the student body recognizes and appreciates Dean Machmer's enviable 
traits of personality and untiring efforts in behalf of Massachuetts State is evidenced 
by their dedication of this, their 1937 Index, to him. 

M. 0. Lanphear 




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THE 
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THE TRUSTEES 

ORGANIZATION OF 1937 
Members of the Board 



MRS. LOTTIE A. LEACH of Walpole 
JAMES F. BACON of Boston . 
MRS. LENA EDGE WILSON of Pittsfield 
HAROLD L FROST of Arlington 
DAVID H. BUTTRICK of Arlington . 
DAVID J. MALCOLM of Charlemont 
JOHN F. GANNON of Pittsfield 
DAVIS R. DEWEY of Cambridge . 
JOSEPH W. BARTLETT of Boston . 
PHILIP. F. WHITMORE of Sunderland 
JOHN CHANDLER of Sterling Junction 
FREDERICK D. GRIGGS of Springfield 
NATHANIEL I. BOWDITCH of Framingham 
WILLIAM C. MONAHAN of Framingham 



TERM EXPIRES 
1937 
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1939 
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Members Ex Officio 

His Excellency CHARLES F. HURLEY cf Boston, President 
HUGH P. BAKER, President of the College 

JAMES G. REARDON, Commissioner of Education 

HOWARD HAINES MURPHY, Commissioner of Agriculture 

Officers of the Board of Trustees 

His Excellency CHARLES F. HURLEY, Governor of the Commonwealth 
NATHANIEL I. BOWDITCH of Framingham, Vice-President 
ROBERT D. HAWLEY of Amherst, Secretary 

FRED C. KENNEY of Amherst, Treasurer 



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THE ADMINISTRATION 

HUGH POTTER BAKER, D.Oec, LL.D., President 

Bom 1878. B. S., Michigan State College, 1901, M. F., Yale University, 1904,0. Oec, University 
of Munich, 1910, LL. D., Syracuse University, 1933. Spent several years with U. S. Forest Service 
examining public lands in Central Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska; field studies in New Mexico, Washington, 
Oregon. Assistant Professor of Forestry, Iowa State College, 1904-07. Professor of Forestry, Pennsyl- 
vania State College, 1907-12. Dean and Professor of Silviculture, New York State College of Forestry, 
1912-20. Executive Secretary, American Paper and Pulp Association, 1920-28. Manager Trade Asso- 
ciotion Department, Chamber of Commerce of the United States, 1928-30. Dsan, New York State 
College of Forestry, Syracuse, 1930-33. Fellow, A. A. A. S., F. R. G. S. (London). Member, 2nd 
R. 0. T. C, Fort Sheridan, Illinois, August — November, 1917. With 46th Infantry and member of 
General Staff, 1917-19 Major, O. R. C. President of M. S. C, 1933- . 

WILLIAM L. MACHMER, A.M., Dean, Member of the Faculty 

FRED C. KENNEY, Treasurer 

Born 1869. Kappa Epsilon. 

FRED J. SILVERS, M.S., Director of the Experiment Station and Director of the 
Graduate School 

Born 1880. B. Sc , University of Wisconsin, 1910. M. S., University of Wisconsin, 1924. In- 
structor in Soils, University of Wisconsin, 1909-1912. Agronomist, Milwaukee County School of Agri- 
culture and Domestic Science, 1912-1913. Superintendent, 1912-1917. Professor of Soils, State College 
of Washington, 1917-1928. Member of the American Society of Agronomy, American Association of 
University Professors, Irrigation Institute, International Farm Congress. Fellow American Association for 
the Advancement of Science. Director of Herman Frasch Foundation for Research in Agricultural Chem- 
istry. Theta Chi, Sigma Xi, Alpha Zeta, Phi Kappa Phi. 

MARSHALL 0. LANPHEAR, M.Sc, Assistant Dean and Professor of Freshman 
Orientation 

Born 1894. B.Sc, M S. C. 1918. M.Sc, M. S. C, 1926. U. S. Army, 1918. Instructor in Agri- 
culture, Mount Hermon, 1919 Salesman with American Agricultural Chemicol Co, 1919-21. Instructor 
in Agronomy, M. S. C, 1921-24. Member of Massachusetts Soil Survey Party, 1922-25. Assistant 
Professor of Agronomy, M. S. C, 1925-26. Assistant Dean and Assistant Professor in Charge of Fresh- 
man Orientation, 1927-36. Professor, 1936- . Phi Kappo Phi. Kappa Sigmo, 



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ROLAND H. VERBECK, B.S., Director of Short Courses 

Born 1886. B. S, M. S. C, 1908. Principal Petersham (Mass.) Agricultural High School, 1908- 
1910. Headmaster Parsonfield (Maine) Seminary, 1910-1916. First Lieutenant, Air Service, Com- 
manding 281st Aero Squadron, American Expeditionary Forces, 1917-1919. Service in France, 1918- 
1919. Director, New York State School of Agriculture at St. Lawrence University, Canton, N. Y., 1919- 
1924 . Director of Short Courses, M. S. C, 1924- Notional Education Association, Harvard Teacher's 

Association, Phi Sigma Kappa. 

WILLARD A. MUNSON, B.S., Director of Extension Service 

Born 1881. B. S., M. S. C, 1905. Partner, Munson-Whitaker Company, 1905-1907. Farmer, 
1908-1915. County Agricultural Agent, 1915-1920. Director, Division Morkets, Massachusetts Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, 1920-1926. Director, Massachusetts Extension Service, M. S. C, 1926- . President, 
Massachusetts Fruit Growers Association, 1919-1921. President, National Association of State Market- 
ing Officials, 1926. President, New England Research Council on Marketing and Food Supplies, 1923- 
1928. Member, Association of Land Grant Colleges. Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Sigma Kappa. 

ROBERT D. HAWLEY, B.S., Secretary of the College 

Born- 1895. B. S., M. S. C, 1920 as of 1918. Supervisor of Extension Courses, M. S. C, 1920-1921, 
1922-1924. Extension Editor, 1925-1926. Secretary of the College, 1926- . U. S. Army, 1917-1919. 
Second Lieutenant Infantry, A. E. F., 1918-1919. Adelphia, Phi Sigma Koppo. Member, Eastern College 
Business Officers' Association. 

BASIL B. WOOD, A.B., Libranan 

Born 1881. A. B., Brown, 1905. Assistont in John Crerar Science Library, Chicago; Reference 
Librarian, Pittsfield and Springfield Libraries, Moss. Assistant in three camp libraries during the war. 
Librarian, Public Library, Westerly, R. I. Delta Upsilon, Phi Beta Kappa. 

GEORGE E. EMERY, B.S., Field Secretary 

Born 1904. B. S., M. S. C, 1924. Assistant Alumni Secretary, 1929- . Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

FRANCIS C. PRAY, M.S., Assistant College Editor 

Born 1909. B. S., M. S. C, 1931 . M. S., M. S. C, 1932. Assistant College Editor, 1934- . 



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PROFESSORS EMERITI 

WILLIAM P. BROOKS, Ph.D., D.Agr., Professor of Agriculture, Emeritus 

B. S., M. S. C, 1875. Graduate Student in Botany and Chemistry, M. S. C, 1876. Ph. D., Halle, 
1897. Honorary Degree, Nogoku Hokushi, Japanese Department of Education, 1919, Professor of 
Agriculture, 1877-88. Professor of Botany, 1880-83 and 1886-87, Imperial College of Agriculture, Japan. 
Professor of Agriculture, M, S. C, 1889-1908. Lecturer on Agriculture, 1908-18. President and ad 
interim, M. S. C, 1903 and 1905-06. Agnculturist, M. S, C. Experiment Station, 1889-1921. Director, 
M. S. C, Experiment Station, 1906-18. Decorated 4'th Order of the Rising Sun, Japan, 1888. Fellow, 
American Association for the Advancement of Science. Member, Association of Agriculture Colleges 
and Experiment Stations. Consulting Agriculturist, M, S, C. Experiment Station, 1918-21. Member, 
Society for the Promotion of Agriculture. Member, National Health League. Member, Massachusetts 
Forestry Association. Honorary Member, Educational Society of Hokkaido, Japan. Contributed to 2nd, 
3rd, and 4th, and Editor of 5th and 6th Annual Reports, Imperial College of Agriculture, Japan. Con- 
tributed to Massachusetts Horticultural Society and to Agricultural Reports of U. S. and Massachusetts. 
Author, "Agriculture", "General Agriculture, Dairying, and Poultry Farming." 

HENERY T. FERNALD, Ph.D., Professor of Entomology, Emeritus 

Born 1866. B. Sc, University of Maine, 1885. M. S., University of Maine, 1888. Graduate 
Student at Wesleyan University, 1885-86. Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1887-90. 
Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1890. Professor of Zoology, Penn. State College, 1890-99. Stote 
Zoologist of Penn., 1898-99. Assistant Professor of Entomology, M. S. C. Experiment Station, 1910-30. 
Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science. Massachusetts Nursery Inspector, 
1902-18. Director of Graduate School, M. S. C, 1927-30. Professor Emeritus of Entomology, 1930. 
Beta Theta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa. 

JOSEPH B. LINDSEY, Ph.D., Goessmon Professor of- Agricultural Chemistry, Emeritus 
Born 1862. B. S., M. S. C, 1883. Chemist, Massachusetts State Experiment Station, 1883-85. 
Chemist, L. B. Darling Fertilizer Co., Powtucket, R. I., 1885-89, Student at University of Gottingen, 
Germany, 1892-95. M. A., Ph. D., University of Gottingen, 1891. Student at Polytechnic Institute, 
Zurich, Switzerland, 1892, Associate Chemist, M, S, C. Experiment Station, 1892-95, In charge of 
the Department of Feeds and Feeding, Gotch Experiment Station, 1895-1907, Chemist, M, S, C, 
Experiment Station, 1907, Vice-Director of M, S, C, Experiment Station, 1911-28, Goessmon Professor 
of Agricultural Chemistry, 1911- , Member of the American Chemical Society, Fellow in American 
Association for the Advancement of Science, Member of the Americon Society of Animal Production, 
Member of the American Dairy Association, Alpha Sigma Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, 

JOHN E, OSTRANDER, Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus 

Born 1865, A, B. and C, E,, Union College, 1886, Assistant in Sewer construction, West Troy, 
N, Y,, 1886, Assistant on Construction, Chicago, St, Paul, and Kansas City Railway, 1887, A, M,, 
Union College, 1889, Instructor in Civil Engineering and Mechanic Arts, University of Idaho, 1892-97, 
Professor of Mathematics and Meterologist at Experiment Station, M, S, C, 1897-1928, Member of 
International Commission of Teaching Mathematics, 1900-11, Phi Kappa Phi, 

DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE 

LUTHER BANTA, B,S., Assistant Professor of Poultry Husbandry 

B, S, C, Cornell University, 1915. Heed of Department of Poultry Husbandry, New York State 
School of Agriculture, 1915-18, at Alfred University. Instructor of Poultry Husbandry, M, S, C, 1918-20, 
Assistont Professor of Poultry Husbondry, M, S, C, 1920- . Summer School, University of Wisconsin, 
1930, Poultry Science Association, Sigma Pi. 

ROLLIN H, BARRETT, M,S,, Assistant Professor of Farm Management 

Born 1891, B, Sc, Connecticut State College, 1918, Assistant County Agricultural Agent, 
Hartford County, Connecticut, 1918-19, Instructor, Vermont School of Agriculture, 1919-20; Principal, 
1920-25, M. S,, Cornell University, 1926, Assistant Professor of Farm Management, M, S, C, 1926- , 
Phi Mu Delta, 

LAWRENCE S, DICKINSON, B,S,, Assistant Professor of Agronomy 

Born 1888, B, Sc, M, S, C, 1910, Superintendent of Grounds, M, S, C, 1911-30, Leave of 
Absence, 1919. Instructor in Horticulture and Superintendent of Greenhouses, Walter Reed Hospital, 
Washington, D, C, 1919-20, Assistant Professor of Horticulture, M S, C, 1923-31, Business Manager 
Academic Activities, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, M, S, C, 1931- , Phi Sigma Koppo, 



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DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE 

WALTER S. EISENMENGER, Ph.D., Research Professor of Agronomy and 

Head of Department of Agronomy 

Born 1887, B S,, Bucknell University, 1912. M. S., Bucknell University, 1915. A. M., Columbio 
University, 1923, Ph. D, Columbia University, 1928. Served in France witli Infantry of 79th Division 
and Chemical Warfare Service. Head of Department of Chemistry, Albright College. 1919-25. Pro- 
fessor of Biochemistry, Florida State College, 1926-27. Instructor of Biochemistry, Hahnemann Medical 
College, 1927-30. Research Professor of Agronomy, M. S. C, 1930- . Heod of Department of 
Agronomy, M. S. C, 1934- . Member of American Society of Agronomy, American Chemical Society, 
American Association of Plant Physiology, American Association for Advancement of Science. Lombdo 
Chi Alpha. 

JOHN N. EVERSON, M.S., Instructor in Agronomy 

Born 1887. B. S,, M. S. C, 1910. M. S., M. S. C, 1936. Member, A. C. S., American Society 
Agriculture. Instructor in Sales School, Petroleum Corporation, Wood River, Illinois, 1910-28. Chemist, 
Test Department, Georgia Railroad, 1928-30. Instructor at Sales School, Wood River, Illinois, 1930. 
Instructor in Organic Chemistry and Assistant to Director, Sales School, Shell Petroleum Corp.. Wood 
River, Illinois, 1930-32. Chemist, M S C, 1934- . Instructor in Agronomy, M. S. C, 1936- . 

RICHARD C. FOLEY, M.S., Assistant Professor in Animal Husbandry 

B. Sc, M. S. C, 1927. M. S., M. S C, 1931. Instructor in Animal Husbandry, M. S, C, 1929-36. 
Assistant Professor in Animal Husbandry, 1936- . Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi. 

JULIUS H. FRANDSEN, M.S.A., Professor of Dairy Industry and Head of Department 
Born 1877. B. S. A., lowo State College, 1902. M. Sc , Iowa Stote College, 1904. Assistant 
Station Chemist, Iowa State College, 1902-04. Dairy Chemist, Hazelwood Creamery, Portland, Oregon, 
1904-07. Professor of Dairying, University of Idaho, 1907-11. Professor of Dairy Husbandry, University 
of Nebraska, 1911-21. Dairy Editor and Counselor, Copper Farm Publications, 1921-26. Member, 
American Dairy Science Association. Member, Society for Promotion of Agricultural Science. During 
V/ar, Chairman, Dairy Food Administration Work for State of Nebraska. Founded and for ten years 
Editor of Journal of Dairy Science. Professor of Dairy Industry and Head of the Department, M. S. C, 
1926- Gamma Sigma Delta, Phi Kappa Phi. 

GUY V. GLATFELTER, M.S., Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry 

Personnel Officer 

Born 1893. B. Sc, Pennsylvania State College, 1919. M. S, Iowa State College, 1920. Teaching 
fellowship, lowo State College, 1919-20. Assistant in Animol Husbandry, lowo State College, 1920-21. 
Beef Cattle Specialist, U. S. D. A., Summer, 1922. Assistant Professor of An:mal Husbandry, M. S. C, 
1921- . Personnel Officer, Placement Service, 1933. Kappa Sigma. 



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DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE 

JOHN C. GRAHAM, B.S.Agr,, Professor of Poultry Husbandry end 

Head of Department 

Milwaukee State Normal School, 1894. Student ot Chicago University, Summers of 1894-98. 
Teachers' Institute work in Wisconsin, 1894-1907. B. Sc, Agricultural University of Wisconsin. Asso- 
ciate Professor of Poultry Husbandry, M. S. C, 1911-14. Professor of Poultry Husbandry, M. S. C, 
1914- . Member of the American Association of Investigators and Instructors in Poultry Husbandry. 
Organizer and Director of the Agricultural Department of the Red Cross Institute, Baltimore, Md., for 
the Training of Blind Soldiers, 1919-20, while on leave of absence. Fellow of Poultry Science Asso- 
ciation, 1935. 

CHRISTIAN I. GUNNESS, B.S., Professor of Agncultural Engineering and 

Head of Deportment 

Born 1882. B. Sc, North Dakota Agricultural College, 1907. Instructor in Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, North Dakota Agricultural College, 1907-12. Superintendent of School of Tractioneering, Laporte, 
Indiono, 1912-14. Professor of Agricultural Engineering, M. S. C, 1914- Phi Kappa Phi. 

JAMES C. HILLIER, M.S., Instructor in Animal Husbandry 

Born 1910. B. S,, Iowa State College, 1934. M. S,, Iowa State College, 1936. Instructor in 
Animal Husbandry, 1936- . Member Amencon Society of Animol Production. Farm House. 

BENJAMIN ISGUR, M.S., Instructor in Agronomy 

Born 1911. B. S., M, S. C, 1933. M. S., M. S. C, 1935. Instructor Winter School, M. S. C, 
1934-35. Instructor M. S, C, 1935. Member American Society of Agronomy; Member, Society of 
Plant Physiologists. Phi Kappa Phi. 

HARRY LINDQUIST, M.S., Assistant Professor of Dairying 

Born 1895. B. Sc, M. S. C, 1922. Graduate Assistant, University of Maryland, 1924. Baltimore 
City Health Department, Summer, 1924. Instructor, University of Maryland, 1924-25. Groduate 
Assistant, Ohio State University, 1925-27. Instructor in Doirying, M. S. C, 1927-36. Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Dairying, M. S. C, 1936- . Kappa Epsilon. 

ADRIAN H. LINDSEY, Ph.D., Professor of Agricultural Economics 

Born 1897. B. S., University of Illinois, 1922, M. S., Iowa State College, 1923. Instructor in 
Alabama Polytechnicol Institute, 1923-25. Fellow at Iowa State College, 1925-26. Northwestern 
University, Summer, 1926. University of Chicogo, Summer, 1927. Assistant Professor, Iowa State College, 
1926-29. Ph. D., Iowa State College, 1929. Professor of Agncultural Economics, M. S. C, 1929- . 
Head of the Department, 1936. Phi Gamma Mu. 

MERRILL J. MACK, M.S., Assistant Professor of Dairying 

Born 1902. B. Sc, Pennsylvania State College, 1923. Graduate Assistont in Dairying, M. S. C, 
1923-24. Research Fellow in Dairying, University of Wisconsin, 1924-25. M. Sc, University of 
Wisconsin, 1925. Instructor in Dairying, M. S. C, 1925-27. Assistant Professor of Dairying, 1927- . 
Alpha Zeto, Phi Kappa Phi. 

MINER J. MARKUSON, B.S., Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering 

Born 1896. B. Sc, of Architecture, University of Minnesota. Assistant Professor of Agricultural 
Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Non-commissioned Officer, 210th Engineers, 10th Division, 
U. S. Army, 1918-19. Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering, M, S. C, 1925- . Author of 
"Soil Management for Greenkeepers." 

JOHN B. NEWLON, Instructor in Agricultural Engineering 

Born 1884. Instructor in Forge Work, M, S. C, 1919. Special Student at Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology, 1921, Instructor in Agricultural Engineering, M. S. C, 1921- . 

CLARENCE H. PARSONS, M.S., Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry and 

Superintendent of Farm 

Born 1904, B, Sc, M. S. C, 1927, Manager of Farm, 1927-28, Instructor in Animal Husbandry, 
M, S. C, 1928-29. Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry and Superintendent of College Farm, 
1931- . M. S., M. S- C, 1933. Member, American Society of Animal Production, Q, T, V. 

GEORGE F. PUSHEE, Instructor in Agricultural Engineering 

I. C, S,, 1906, Teachers' Training Class, Springfield, 1914-15. Assistant Foreman and Millwright, 
Mt. Tom Sulfide Pulp Mill, 1915-16. Instructor in Agricultural Engineering, M. S, C, 1916- . 



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DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE 

VICTOR A. RICE, M.Agr., Professor of Animal Husbandry; Head of the Department; 

Head of the Division of Agriculture 

Born 1890. B. Sc, North Carolina State College, 1917, M. Agr., M. S. C, 1923. Farm Manager, 
1910-12. Swine Specialist for State of Massachusetts, 1916-19. Professor of Animal Husbandry, 
M. S. C, 1919- . Head of Division of Agriculture. Phi Kappa Phi. Publications: "Breeding and 
Improvement of Farm Animals.". 

WILLIAM C. SANCTUARY, M.S., Professor of Poultry Husbandry 

Born 1888. B. S., M, S C, 1912, Acting Director of New York School of Agriculture, 1924-25. 
Professor of Poultry Husbandry, M, S, C, 1921 and 1925- . Kappa Delta Phi, Theto Chi. 

WILLIAM H. TAGUE, B.S., Assistant Professor of Agncultural Engineering 

Born 1892. B. S., Agricultural Engineering, Iowa State College. Assistant Professor of Agricul- 
tural Engineering, M. S. C, 1929- . 

CHARLES H. THAYER, Assistant Professor of Agronomy 

Winter School, M. S. C, 1904. Manager, Brooke Farm, Amherst, 1908-13. Manager, Fillmore 
Farm, Weston, Mass., 1913, Assistant in Agronomy, Winter School, 1915, 1916, 1918, Instructor in 
Agronomy, M. S. C, 1918- . Member American Society of Agronomy. Assistant Professor of Agronomy, 
M. S. C, 1936- . 

JOHN H. VONDELL, Instructor in Poultry Husbandry and Foreman Poultry Plant 
Born 1898. Instructor, U. S. Veterans' Bureau, Baltimore, 1922-23. Superintendent, Poultry 
Plant, M. S. C, 1923-29. Superintendent Poultry Plant and Instructor in Poultry Husbondry, M. S. C, 
1929- . 

DIVISION OF HOME ECONOMICS 

MILDRED BRIGGS, M.S., Assistant Professor of Home Economics 

A. B., DePouw University, 1920. M. S., Iowa State College, 1925. Instructor in Home Economics, 
Upper Iowa University, 1920-23. Graduate Assistant, Iowa State College, 1923-25. Summer School. 
University of Nebraska, 1927. Instructor and Assistant Professor in Home Economics, University of 
Missouri, 1925-29. Summer School, University of Texas, 1930. Summer School, San Jose State Teachers' 
College, 1931. Assistant Professor of Home Economics, M. S. C, 1931- . Kappa Alpha Theto. 

SARA M. COOLIDGE, M.S., Assistant Professor of Home Economics 

B, S., Michigan State College, 1924. M. S., Michigan State College, 1927. Graduate work. 
Universities of Chicago and Wisconsin, Iowa State College. Instructor Muskegon Hockey Manual 
Training School, 1915-22. instructor, Michigan State College, 1927-31. Nutritionist, Detroit Doiry 
and Food Council, 1931-32. Head of Home Economics Institute, Detroit Free Press, 1932-33 Instructor, 
Chicago Teachers' College, 1933-34. Assistant Professor of Home Economics, West Virginia, Wesleyan 
College, 1934-35. Assistant Professor of Home Economics, M. S. C, 1935- . Sigma Xi. 




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DIVISION OF HOME ECONOMICS 

HELEN S. MITCHELL, Ph. D, Research Professor of Home Economics 

Born 1895. B. A., Mount Holyoke, 1917. Ph. D., Yale, 1921. Director Nulrition Research, 
Battle Creek Sanitarium, 1921-29. Professor Physiology and Nutrition, Bottle Creek College, 1924-35. 
Research Professor of Home Economics, M. S. C, 1935- . Member American Society Biological Chemists, 
American Dietetic Association, American Institute Nutrition, Society Experimental Biology and Medicine, 
American Home Economics Association, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi. Publications: Co-author, "Nutrition 
in Health and Disease." 

HELEN KNOWLTON, M.A., Associate Professor of Home Economics 

A. B. Mount Holyoke College, 1903. Instructor Atlanta University, 1903-05. Teacher in High 
Schools, 1905-12. Graduate Student and Instructor, Cornell University, 1912-16. Head of Home 
Economics, Dean of Women, New Hampshire State College, 1916-18. Y.W.C.A. Secretary, 1919-24. 
M. A., Teachers College, 1924. Professor of Home Economics, M. S. C, 1934. Associate Professor, 1935. 

EDNA L. SKINNER, M.A., Professor of Home Economics; Head of Division; 

Advisor of Women 

Michigan State Normal College, 1901. B. Sc, Columbia University, 1908. Instructor in Teachers 
College, Columbia University, 1908-12. James Millikin University, 1912-18. Professor of Home Econom- 
ics, Head of Department, M. S. C, 1919- . M. Ed., Michigan State Normal College, 1922. M. A., 
Columbia University, 1928. Publications; Co-author, "The Family and Its Relotionships." 



DIVISION OF HORTICULTURE 

LYLE L. BLUNDELL, B.S., Professor of Horticulture 

Born 1898. B. S., Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, 1924. With Olmsteod 
Brothers, Landscape Architects, 1923-31. Professor of Horticulture, M. S. C, 1931- . Gamma Sigma 
Delto. 

WALTER W. CHENOWETH, M.S., Professor of Horticultural Manufactures and 

Head of Department 

Born 1871. A. B., Valparaiso University, 1902. Assistant in Botany, Valparaiso University, 
1902-03. Head of Department of Science, Chillicothe Normal School, Missouri, 1903-10. Student at 
Missouri University, 1910-12. Secretary State Board of Horticulture, Missouri, 1912. Instructor in 
Pomology, M. S. C, 1915-18. Professor of Horticulture Manufactures, 1918- . Alpha Zeta, Sigma Xi., 
Phi Kappa Phi, 

JAMES DILLON CURTIS, M.F., B.A., Instructor in Forestry 

Born 1905. University of British Columbia, 1929. Bachelor of Applied Science, University of 
British Columbia, 1930. M. F. Horvard, 1935. Geodetic Survey of Canada, 1924-26. Bloedel, Stewart 
and Welch Logging Company, 1927. Campbell River Timber Co., 1928. Research Division, British 
Columbia Forest Service, 1929-32; Surveys Division, 1935. Instructor in Forestry, M. S. C, 1935- . 
Member Canadian Society of Forest Engineers, Society of American Foresters. 

ARTHUR P. FRENCH, M.S., Professor of Pomology and Plant Breeding 

B. Sc, Ohio State University, 1921. M. Sc, M. S. C, 1923. Investigator in Pomology, M. S. C. 
Experiment Station, 1921-23. Instructor in Pomology, M. S. C, 1923-28. Assistant Professor in 
Pomology, M. S. C, 1928-36. Professor of Pomology and Plant Breeding, 1936- . Alpha Zeta, Sigma Xi, 
Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Kappa Phi. 

ARTHUR K. HARRISON, Professor of Landscape Architecture 

Born 1872. With Warren L. Manning, Landscape Designer, Boston, acting at various times in 
charge of the Surveying and Engineering Departments and Drafting Rooms, 1898-1911. Instructor in 
Landscape Gardening, M. S, C, 191 1-13. Assistant Professor of Landscape Gardening, M, S. C, 1913-33. 
Professor of Landscape Gardening, M. S. C, 1933- . 

ROBERT p. HOLDSWORTH, M.F., Professor of Forestry 

Born 1890. B. S. in Forestry, Michigan State College, 1911. M. F., Yale University, 1928. 
Royal College of Forestry, Stockholm, Sweden, 1928-29. Student Assistant, U. S. Forest Service. Kootenai 
National Forest, 1911. Forest Assistant, U. S. Forest Service, 1912-13. Administrative Assistant and 
Forest Examiner, in charge of White Top Purchase Area, 1913-14, Secretary, Stone and Downer Compony, 
Boston, 1914-27. Captain, Infantry, U. S. A., two years. Professor of Forestry, University of Arkansas, 
1929-30. Senior Member Society of American Foresters. Professor of Forestry, M. S. C, 1930- . Phi 
Kappa Phi. 



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DIVISION OF HORTICULTURE 

S. CHURCH HUBBARD, Assistant Professor of Floriculture 

Born 1891. With A, N. Pierson, Inc., Cromwell, Conn,, as Propagator, Section Foreman, Roses, 
and Superintendent and Salesman of Retail Department, 1905-15. Vice-President and Manager of 
F. W. Fletcher, Inc., Auburndale, Moss,, 1915-16. Superintendent in charge of Test Grounds of American 
Rose Society, American Peony Society, American Iris Society, American G!odiolus Society, and American 
Sweet Pea Society, at Cornell University, 1916-21. Greenhouse Foreman and Instructor in Floriculture, 
M. S. C, 1928- , Assistant Professor of Floriculture, M, S, C, 1928- . Author of "Roses and 
Their Culture." 

WILLIAM H. LACHMAN, M.S., Instructor in Olericulture 

, Born 1912. B. S., Pennsylvania State College, 1934, M, S., Pennsylvania State College, 1936. 
Instructor of Olericulture, M. S. C, 1936- . Gamma Sigma Delta, Phi Alpha Xi. 

WALTER A. MACLINN, M.S., Instructor in Horticultural Manufactures 

Bom 1911. B. S., 1933, M. S. C, M. S., 1935, Oregon State College and M. S. C. Research 
Fellow, M S. C, 1934. Research Fellow, Oregon State College, 1935. Research Fellow, M. S. C , 1936, 
Chemist, The Murray Co., Boston, Mass. Instructor in Horticultural Manufactures, M. S. C, 1936- . 
Theta Chi. 

RUDOLPH 0. MO.MOSMITH, B.L.A., Instructor in Horticulture 

Born 1909. B. S, Mississippi Stote College, 1929. B L A., M. S. C, 1933. Instructor in Horti- 
culture, Mississippi State College, 1929-30. Assistant Professor 1930-31. Instructor in Horticulture, 
Massachusetts State College, 1935- . 

J. HARRY RICH, B.S., Assistant Professor of Forestry 

Born 1888. B. S. in Forestry, New York State College of Forestry, 1913. Assistant Professor of 
Forestry, M. S. C, 1933- . Society of American Foresters, Sigma Xi, Pi Koppo Alpha. 

OLIVER C. ROBERTS, B.S., Assistant Professor of Pomology 

Born 1895. B. S., M. S. C, 1919. Teacher of Agriculture, West Lebanon Academy, West Lebanon, 
Maine, 1920-22. Foremen of Pomology Department, 1922-26. Instructor in Pomology, 1926-35. Assis- 
tant Professor of Pomology, 1935- . Theta Chi. 

JAMES ROBERTSON, JR., B.A., Instructor in Landscape Architecture 

Born 1906. B. A., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1930. Instructor in Landscape Architecture, 
M. S. C, 1930- . 

DONALD E. ROSS, B.S., Instructor in Floriculture and Greenhouse Foreman 

Born 1896. B. S., M. S. C, 1925. Instructor in Floriculture and Greenhouse Foreman, M. S. C, 
1928- . Alpha Gamma Rho. 



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GRANT B, SNYDER, M.S., Professor of Olericulture and Head of the Department 

Born at Kitchener, Ontario. B. S. A., Toronto University. M S., Michigan State College, 1931. 
Instructor at M. S. C, 1922. Assistant Professor of Olericulture, 1925-35. Professor and Head of the 
Department, 1935- Kappa Epsilon. 

CLARK L. THAYER, B.S., Professor of Floriculture and Head of the Department 

Born 1890. B. S., M. S. C, 1913. Groduote Work in Floriculture and Plant Breeding, Cornell 
University, 1913-14. Instructor in Floriculture, Cornell University, 1914-19. Instructor in Floriculture, 
M. S. C, Spring Term, 1917. Associate Professor and Head of the Department, M. S. C, 1919-20. 
Professor of Floriculture ond Head of the Department, M S. C, 1920- . U. S. Army, 1918. Alpha 
Gamma Rho, Phi Koppa Phi, Pi Alpha Xi. Publications: "Spring Flowering Bulbs". 

REUBEN E. TRIPPENSEE, Ph.D., Professor of Wild Life Management 

Born 1894. B. S., Michigan State College, 1920. M. S., University of Michigan, 1932. Ph. D, 
University of Michigan, 1934. Farm Superintendent, Watkins Form, East Lansing, Michigan, 1920-24. 
Teacher of Biology, Saginaw, Michigan, 1924-31. Teacher of Zoology and Wild Life Research, University 
of Michigan, 1931-34. Wild Life Manager, U. S. Forest Service, 1934-36, Professor of Wild Life 
Management, M. S. C, 1936- Member, Seminar Botanicus. Alpha Zeto, Phi Sigma, Sigma Xi, 

Phi Kappa_Phi. 

ALDEN p. TUTTLE, M.S., Assistant Professor of Vegetable Gardening 

Born 1906. B. S., M, S. C, 1928. M. S., Pennsylvania State College, 1930. Assistant in Vegetable 
Gardening, Pennsylvania State College, 1928-29. Graduate Assistant in Vegetable Gordening, Penn- 
sylvania State College, 1929-30. Instructor in Vegetable Gardening, M. S. C, 1930- . Gamma 
Sigma Delta. 

RALPH A. VanMETER, Ph.D., Professor of Pomology; Head of the Division of Horti- 
culture, Head of Department of Pomology 

Born 1893. B. S., Ohio State University, 1917. Extension Specialist in Pomology, M. S. C, 1917: 
Served in France with the 317th Field Signal Batallion, 1918-19. Assistant Extension Professor of 
Pomology, M. S. C, 1919-21. Extension Professor of Pomology, 1921-23. Ph. D., Cornell, 1935. Heod 
of the Division of Horticulture, 1932- Head of Department of Pomology. Delta Theto Sigma, Phi 

Kappa Phi. Publications: "Bush Fruit Production". 

FRANK A. WAUGH, M.S., D.Sc, L.H.D., Professor of Landscape Architecture and 

Head of the Department 

Born 1869. Kansas State College, 1891. Editor, Agricultural Department of the Topeko Capital, 
1891-92. Editor of "Montana Farm and Stock Journal", 1892. Editor, "Denver Field and Form", 
1892-93. M. S., Kansas State College, 1903. Professor of Horticulture, Oklahoma, A. and M. College, 
and Horticulturist of the Experiment Station, 1893-95. Graduate Student, Cornell University, 1898-99. 
Professor of Horticulture, University of Vermont, and State Agricultural College, and Horticulturist of 
the Experiment Station, 1893-1902. Horticultural Editor of the "Country Gentleman", 1898-1911. 
Hospitont in the Koenigliche Goertner-Lehronstojlt, Dahlem, Berlin, Germany, 1910. Professor of 
Horticulture and Landscape Architecture and Head of the Department, Horticulturist of the Hatch 
Experiment Station, M. S. C, 1902- . Captain Sanitary Corps, Surgeon General's Office, U. S. A., 
1918-19. Koppa Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi. 



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Assistant Professor 



918, Assistant in 
1913-17, Curator, 



GEORGE W, ALDERMAN, B,A,, Assistant Professor of Physics 

Born 1889. A. B., Williams College, 1921, Instructor in Physics, 1921-26, 
of Physics, M, S, C, 1926- . 

CHARLES p. ALEXANDER, Ph,D,, Professor of Entomology 

Born 1889, B, Sc, Cornell University, 1913, Ph, D,, Cornell University, 
Biology ond Limnology, Cornell, 1911-13. Instructor in Natural History, Cornel 
The Snow Entomological Collection, University of Kansas, 1917-19. Systematic Entomologist of the 
Illinois State Natural History Survey and Instructor at the University of Illinois, 1919-22. Assistant 
Professor of Entomology, M. S. C, 1922-30. Professor of Entomology, M. S. C, 1930- . Fellow, 
Entomological Societies of America and London, Member of Entomological Society of France, Member 
of American Association for the Advancement of Science. Sigma Xi, Alpha Gamma Rho, Phi Kappa Phi, 

HAROLD D. BOUTELLE, B.S., Ch.E., Assistant Professor in Mathematics 

Born 1898. B. Sc, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1920. Ch. E., W. P. I., 1922. Instructor in 
Mathematics, M. S. C, 1926-36. Assistant Professor, 1936- . 

LEON A. BRADELY, Ph.D., Professor of Bacteriology 

B. 'Sc, Wesleyan University, 1922. Ph. D., Yale University, 1925. Assistant in General Bacter- 
iology, Yale University, 1924-25. Assistant Professor of Bacteriology, M. S. C, 1925-35. Professor of 
Bacteriology, M. S. C, 1935- . American Society of Bacteriologists. American Public Health Asso- 
ciation. Beta Theta Pi, Sigmo Xi. 

EARLE S. CARPENTER, M.S., Secretary of Extension Service 

Born 1902. B. S, M. S. C, 1924. M. S,, Iowa State College, 1925. Superintendent of Exhibits 
and Extension Courses, 1925-29. Secretary of Extension Service, 1929- . Alpha Sigma Phi. 

JOSEPH S. CHAMBERLIN, Ph.D., Goessmon Professor of Chemistry 

Born 1870. B. S., Iowa State College, 1890, M, S,, Iowa State College, 1892. Instructor in 
Chemistry, Iowa State College, 1894-97. Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1899. Instructor in 
Chemistry, Oberlin College, 1899-1901. Research Assistant to Professor Ira Remsen, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1901, Assistant Chemist, Bureau of Chemistry, 1901-08, Chief of Cattle Food and Grain 
Investigation Laboratory, Bureau of Chemistry, 1908-09. Student at University of Berlin, 1909. Asso- 
ciate Professor of Organic and Agricultural Chemistry, 1908-13. Professor of Organic and Agricultural 
Chemistry, 1913- . Head of Department, 1929-34. Student at Oxford University, 1930-31. Goess- 
mon Professor, 1934. 

ORTON L. CLARK, B.Sc, Associate Professor of Botany 

Born 1887. B. Sc, M. S. C, 1908. Teacher of Natural Science, Ethical Culture School, New 
York City, 1908-10. Student at Columbia University, 1909-10. Student at the Universities of Rostock- 
Munchen and Strassburg, 1911-13. Assistant in Botany at the University of Sfrassburg, 1912-13. 
Assistant Physiologist, M. S. C. Experiment Station, 1913-27. Assistant Professor of Botany, M. S. C, 
1915-27. Associate Professor, 1927- Phi Sigma Kappa 




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G. CHESTER CRAMPTON, Ph.D., Professor of Insect Morphology 

Born 1881. A. B., Princeton University, 1904. M. S., Harvard, 1921. M. A., Cornell ,1905. 
Student at Freiburg and Munich, 1907. Ph. D., Berlin University, 1908. Instructor in Biology, Princeton 
University, 1908-10. Professor in Entomology and Zoology, South Carolina State Agricultural College, 
1910-11. Assistant Professor of Entomology, M. S. C, 1911-15. Professor of Insect Morphology, M. S. C, 
1915- . Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Epsilon. 

WILLIAM H. DAVIS, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Botany 

Pd. B., New York State Teochers' College. A. B., Cornell University. M. A. and Ph. D., University 
of Wisconsin. Assistant in Science, New York State Teachers' College and Cornell University. Pro- 
fessor of Botany, Nature Study and Agriculture, lowo Stote Teachers' College. Assistant Professor of 
Botony, M. S. C, 1922- . Sigma Xi. 

RICHARD W. FESSENDEN, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Inorganic Chemistry 

Bom 1902. B. Sc, M. S. C, 1926. M. Sc, M. S. C, 1928. Ph. D., Columbio University, 1933. 
Assistant in Chemistry, M. S. C, 1926-28. Assistant in Chemistry, Columbia University, 1928-31. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry, M. S. C, 1931- . Phi Kappo Phi, Sigma, Xi, Pi Lambda Upsilon. 
Member, American Chemical Society. 

GEORGE E. GAGE, Ph.D., Professor of Bacteriology and Physiology and 

Head of the Department 

Born 1884. B. A., Clark University, 1906. A. M., Yale University, 1907. Physiological Chemist, 
Sodium Benzoate Investigation, U. S. D. A., 1908. Ph. D., Yole University, 1909. Associate Biologist, 
Maryland Experiment Stotion, 1909-10. University of Michigan, 1910. Social Student in Pathology, 
University of Michigan, Summer of 1910. Biologist Maryland Experiment Station, in charge of Patho- 
logical Investigation. Assistant Professor of Animal Pathology, M. S. C, 1912-20. U. S. Army, Decem- 
ber, 1917-October, 1919. Head of the Department of Serology, Centrol Department Laboratory, 
A, E. F., France, 1918-19. Professor of Animal Pathology and Head of the Department of Veterinary 
Science and Animal Pothology, M. S. C, 1920-27. Professor of Bocteriology and Physiology and Head 
of the Department, 1927- . Kappa Phi, Phi Kappa Phi. 

MARY E. GARVEY, B.S., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology 

Born 1896. B. S., M. S. C, 1919. Instructor in Bacteriology, M. S. C, 1921-35. Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Bacteriology, 1935- . 

CLARENCE E. GORDON, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology and Geology; Head of the 
Department of Entomology, Zoology and Geology; Head of the Division of 
Physical and Biological Sciences 

Born 1876. B. Sc, M. S. C, 1901. C. S. C, Student, Clark University, Summer Sessions, 1901 
and 1903. B. SC, Boston University, 1903. Science Master, Cushing Academy, 1901-04. Graduate 
Student in Zoology and Geology, Columbia University, 1904-05. A. M., Columbia University, 1905. 
University Fellow in Geology, Columbia University, 1905-06. Ph. D., Columbia University, 1911. 
Assistant Geologist, New York Geological Survey, 1906-09. Assistant Geologist, Vermont Geological 
Survey, 1912-32. Assistant Professor of Zoology and Geology, M. S. C, 1906-12. Professor of Zoology 
and Geology, 1912- . Professor of Geology, ad interim, Amherst College, 1923-24. Professor of 
Biology, ad interim, Amherst College, 1924-25. Fellow of the American Society for the Advancement 
of Science, Fellow of the Geological Society of America. Member of the Paleontological Society. Phi 
Kappa Phi, Sigma Xi. 

WALTER H. HODGE, M.S., Instructor in Botany 

Born 1912. A. B., Clark University, 1934. M. S., M. S. C, 1936. Instructor in Botany, 1936- . 
Kappa Phi. 

JOHN B. LENTZ, A.B., V.M.D., Professor of Veterinary Science and 

Head of the Department 

Born 1887. A. B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1908. V. M. D., School of Veterinary Medicine, 
University of Pennsylvania, 1914. Teaching and Coaching at Franklin and Marshall Academy, 1908-11. 
Assistant Professor of Veterinary Science, ond College Veterinarian, M. S. C, 1922-27. Head of the 
Department, 1927- . Phi Sigma Kappo, Phi Kappa Phi. 



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WILLIAM L MACHMER, M.A., D.Ed, Dean of the College, Professor of Mathe- 
matics and Acting Head of the Department 

B. E, Keystone State Normal School, 1901. Teacher in the Public Schools, 1901-04. A. B., 
Franklin and Morsholl College, 1907. Head of the Department of Mathematics, Franklin and Marshall 
Academy, 1907-11. A. M., Franklin and Marshall College, 1911. D. Ed., A. I. C, 1936. Instructor 
in Mathematics, M. S. C, 1911-13; Assistant Professor in Mothemotics, 1913-19; Associate Professor 
of Mathematics, 1919-20; Professor of Mothemotics, 1920; Assistant Dean, 1920; Acting Dean, 1922-23; 
Acting Dean and Registrar, 1923-25; Dean, 1926- . Federal Emergency Demonstration Agent in 
Marketing, 1918-19. Member of the Survey Staff of Land-Grant Colleges, 1927-30. Member of the 
New England College Entronce Certificote Board, 1923- . Member of the Advisory Committee of the 
Eastern Association of Deans of Men, 1935- . Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Gamma Mu, Alpha 
Sigma Phi. 

GEORGE A. MARSTON, M.S., Instructor in Mathematics 

Born 1908, B, Sc , Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1930. M. S., University of Iowa, 1933. 
Research Assistant, University of Iowa, 1932-33. Instructor in Mathematics, M. S. C, 1933- . Junior 
Member of American Society of Civil Engineers. Member American Geophysical Union. Sigma Xi, 
Lambdo Chi Alpha. 

WALTER McKINLEY MILLER, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

Born 1896. Ph. B., Lafayette, 1918. M. A., Pennsylvania Stote College, 1923. Ph. D., University 
of Illinois, 1927. Graduote work, Cornell, 1931. Instructor, Pennsylvania State College, 1920-23. 
Assistant, University of Illinois, 1924-27. Assistant Professor at Bowdoin, 1927-29. Assistant Professor, 
Marquette University, 1929-31. Assistant Professor of Mothemotics, 1931-35. Assistant Professor of 
Mathematics, M. S. C., 1935- . Member, American Mothemoticol Association, American Associotion of 
University Professors. Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Xi. 

FRANK C. MOORE, A.B., Associate Professor of Mathematics 

A. B., Dartmouth College, 1902, Graduote Student at Dartmouth, 1903 Graduate Student at 
Columbia University, 1906. Instructor in Mathematics, Dartmouth College, 1906-09. Assistant Pro- 
fessor, University of New Hampshire, 1909-17. Assistant Professor of Mathematics, M. S. C, 1918-33. 
Associate Professor of Mathematics, M. S. C, 19.^3- . Member of the Mathematical Association of 
America. Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Chi Phi, Phi Beta 
Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi. 

MIRIAM MORSE, B.Sc, M.Sc, Instructor in Zoology 

B. Sc, St. Lawrence University, 1927. High School Teocher, 1927-28. Graduate Assistant in 
Entomology 'm. S. C, 1928-30. M. Sc, M. S. C, 1930. Technical Assistant in Entomology and Zoology, 
1930-32, Instructor in Zoology, M. S. C, 1932- . Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi. 

A. VINCENT OSMUN, M.S., Professor of Botany and Head of the Department 

Born 1880. B. Agr., Connecticut State College, 1900, Assistant Storrs Agriculturol Experiment 
Station, 1900-02, B Sc, M. S. C, and Boston University, 1903. M. Sc, M. S. C, 1905. Assistant in 
Botany, M. S. C, 1903-05. Instructor in Botany, M. S. C, 1905-07. Assistant Professor in Botany, 
1907-14. Associate Professor of Botany, 1914-16. Acting Professor in the Department of Botony, 
M S C, and Experiment Station, 1914-16. Professor of Botany and Head of the Department, 1916- . 
Q. T. v.. Phi Kappo Phi. 

RANSOM C. PACKARD, M.S., Vocational Instructor in Bacteriology 

Born 1886, B. S, A., University of Toronto, 1911. M. S., M. S. C, 1932. Chief Inspector, Dairy 
Division, City of Toronto, 1912. Assistant Soil Bacteriologist, North Carolina State College, 1913. 
Instructor in Bacteriology, M. S. C, 1927- . 

ERNEST MILFORD PARROTT, M.S., Instructor in Chemistry 

Born 1903. B. S., Union University, Jackson, Tennessee, 1927. M. S., M. S. C, 1932. Instructor 
in Chemistry, M. S. C, 1931- Associate Member of Division of Chemical Education, American 

Chemical Society. Science Club. Gamma Sigmo Epsilon, Phi Kappo Phi. 

CHARLES A. PETERS, Ph.D., Professor of Inorganic and Soil Chemistry 

Born 1875 B Sc, M. S. C, 1897. M. Sc, Boston University, 1897. Assistant in Chemistry, 
M. S. C, 1897-98. Graduate Student in Chemistry, Yale University, 1899-1901. Ph. D., Yo e, 1901. 
Professor of Chemistry and Heod of the Department, University of Idaho, 1901-1909. Student at 
University of Berlin, 1908-10. Exchange Teocher, Friedrichs Wedersche Oberreolschule, 1909-11. Grad- 
uote Student, Yale University, 1910-11. Assistant Professor of Inorganic and Soil Chemistry, M. S C , 
191 1-12. Associate Professor of Inorganic and Soil Chemistry, M. S. C, 1912-16. Professor of Inorgonic 
and Soil Chemistry, M. S. C, 1916- . Alpha Sigma Phi, Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi. Author of "The 
Preparation of Substances Important in Agriculture." 



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WALLACE F. POWERS, Ph.D., Professor of Physics and Head of the Department 

A. B., Clark University, 1910. A. M., Clark University, 1911. Associate Professor of Mathematics 
end Physics, University of Richmond, 1914-16. Instructor in Physics, Simmons College, 1915-17. In- 
structor in Physics, New York University, 1917-20. Assistant Professor in Physics, Wesleyon University, 
1930-25. Professor of Physics and Head of the Department, M. S. C, 1925- . Papers on: "Experi- 
mental Study of Transient Induced Currents in Cylindricol Cores." "Use of Continuous Waves for the 
Measurement of Diellectric Constants of Liquids." "Temperature Coefficient of Frequency of Quartz 
Resonators." "Useful Design of Tube Voltmeter." "Measurement at Radio Frequency of the Con- 
ductivity of Liquids Without Immersed Electrodes " "Lantern Demonstration of Triple Point for Water." 
"A Rotatable Stand and Switch for Crookes Tubes." 

NATHAN RAKIETEN, Ph.D., Instructor in Bacteriology and Physiology 

Born 1908. B. S., Wesleyon, 1929. Ph. D., Yale University, 1933. Instructor in Bacteriology and 
Physiology, M. S. C, 1934- Sigma Psi. Papers in Physiological Journals. 

BRYAN C. REDMON, Ph.D., Instructor in Chemistry 

Born 1909. B. S., University of Kentucky, 1930. Ph. D., M. S, C, 1934. Graduate work, Uni- 
versity of Berlin and Frankfurt-om-Moin, 1934-35. Instructor in Chemistry, M. S. C, 1936- Alpha 
Chi Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi 

WALTER S. RITCHIE, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry and Head of the Department 
Born 1892 at Ludlow, Kentucky. B. S. Agr., Ohio State College, 1916. A. M,, University of 
Missouri, 1918. Ph. D., University of Missouri, 1922. Professor of Chemistry and Head of the Depart- 
ment, M. S. C, 1934- . Member, American Chemical Society. Fellow in American Institute of 
Chemists. Gamma Alpha, Gamma Sigma Delta, Alpha Chi Sigma, Sigma Xi, Delta Tou Delta. 

WILLIAM H. ROSS, Ph.D., Instructor in Physics 

Born 1909. B. A., Amherst, 1929. M. A., Amherst, 1930. Ph. D., Yale, 1934. Instructor in 
Physics, M. S. C, 1935- . Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Phi Delta Theta. Papers on "Magnetic Properties 
of Ni-Cu Alloys" in the "Physical Review". Member American Association for the Advancement of 
Science, American Physical Society. 

PAUL SEREX, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Chemistry 

Born 1890. B. Sc, M. S. C, 1913. M. Sc, M. S. C, 1916. Ph. D., M. S. C, 1923, Graduate 
Assistant in Chemistry, M. S. C, 1913-15. Chemist, New Hampshire State College, 1915. Assistant in 
Chemistry, M. S. C, 1916-17. Instructor in Chemistry, M. S. C, 1917-20. Assistant Professor in 
Chemistry, M. S. C, 1920-35. Associate Professor of Chemistry, M. S. C, 1935- . Member of 
American Chemical Society. Phi Kappa Phi. 

HARVEY L. SWEETMAN, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Entomology 

Born 1896. B. S., Colorado Agricultural College, 1923. M. S., Iowa State College, 1925. Ph. D 
M. S. C, 1930. Field Assistant in Entomology, Stote of Colorado, 1922. Bureau of Entomology, U. S. 
D. A., 1923. Instructor, Iowa State College, 1923-25. Instructor, University of Minnesota, 1926 
Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station, 1927-29. Assistant Professor of Entomology, M. S. C, 1930 
Alpha Zeto, Gamma Sigma Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Gommd Rho. Publications: "The Biolog 
Control of Insects," 

JOHN D. SWENSON, M.A., Instructor in Mathematics 

Born 1909. B. S., New York University, 1932. M. A., Columbio University, 1936. Instructor in 
Mathematics, M. S. C, 1936- . 

FRANK R. SHAW, Ph.D., Instructor in Economic Entomology and Beekeeping 

Born 1908. B. S., M. S C , 1931, Ph. D, Cornell, 1936. Graduate Assistont, Cornell University. 
Assistant Entomologist, M. S, C. Experiment Station, Summers, 1930-34. Instructor in Economic Ento- 
mology, Cornell, 1934. Instructor in Economic Entomology and Beekeeping, M. S, C , 1935- . Member, 
American Association of Economic Entomologists, American Entomological Society, Sigma Xi. 

RAY E. TORREY, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Botany 

Born 1887. B. S,, M, S, C, 1912, A, M,, Harvard University, 1916. Ph. D., Harvard University, 
1918. Grove City College, 1912-15 Sheldon Traveling Fellowship, Harvard, 1917-18. Instructor in 
Biology, Wesleyon, 1918-19. Instructor in Botany, M. S. C, 1919-21, Assistant Professor of Botany, 
M. S C., 1921-23. Associate of Botany, M. S. C, 1933- . Author of "General Botany for Colleges", 
and "Science and its Function in Education." 



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HERBERT E. WARFEL, A.B., Assistant Professor of Zoology 

Born 1902. A. B., Western State College of Colorado, 1926. Teacher in Public Schools of North 
Dakota and Colorado, at intervals, 1920-27. Assistant in Biology, Western State College, 1924-26. 
Assistant in Biology, Rocky Mountain Biological Station, Summers, 1924-28. Graduate Assistant, 
Oklahoma University, 1927-29. M. S., Oklahoma University. Professor of Biology, Brooddus College, 
1929. Mommologist, Oklahoma Biological Survey, Summers, 1930-31. Capital Hill Senior High School, 
Oklahoma City, 1929-31. Assistant Professor of Zoology, M. S. C, 1931- . Phi Sigma, Sigma Xi. 

GILBERT L. WOODS! DE, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology 

Born 1909. A. B., DePouw University, 1932. A. M., Harvard University, 1933. Ph. D, Harvard 
University, 1936. Assistant in Zoology, Harvord University, 1933-36. Assistant Professor of Biology, 
M. S. C, 1936- . Sigma Xi. 

DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES 

THEODORE C. CALDWELL, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History and Sociology 

Born 1904. B. A., College of Wooster, 1925. M. A., Harvard, 1926. Ph. D., Yale, 1934. Teacher, 
Haverhill High School, 1926-27. Instructor in History, College of Wooster, 1927-29. Assistant Professor 
of History, University of Nebraska, 1930-31. Director of Altoona Center, and Assistant Professor of 
History, Juniata College, 1934-35. Assistant Professor of History and Sociology, M. S. C, 1935- . 

ALEXANDER E. CANCE, Ph.D., Professor of Economics and Head of Department 

Born 1874. B. A,, Macalester College. Graduate Certificate, Wisconsin State Normal School. 
A. M., University of Wisconsin. Professor of Greek and Literature, Avolon College, 1897-99. Principal 
of Ashville Industrial School, 1901-04. Supervisor of Practice, First Pennsylvania State Normal School, 
1904-05. Fellow in Economics, University of Wisconsin, 1906-08. Ph. D., University of Wisconsin, 1908. 
Instructor, 1908-10. Assistant Professor, 1910-12. Associate Professor and Heod of Department, 
1912-15. Professor of Agricultural Economics, M. S. C, 1915-35. Professor and Head of Department 
of Economics, 1935- . 

HAROLD W. GARY, M.A., Instructor in History 

Born 1903. B. A., Williams College, 1925. M. A., Harvard University, 1926. Instructor in 
History, Gushing Academy, 1926-29. Graduate Student in History, Yale University, 1929-30, 1932-33. 
Instructor in History, Yale, 1930-32. Instructor in History, M. S. C, 1933-36. Assistant Professor, 1936- . 

FREDERIGK MORSE GUTLER, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History and Sociology 

Born 1875. A. B., Columbia University, Ph. D,, Clark University. Member, Columbia Freshmen 
Crew which defeated Harvard. Private Teacher, Clergyman, Author, Social Worker, and Soldier. Fellow, 
Clark University. Professor of Social Science and Histor/, University of Porto Rico. Professor of Social 
Science and History, Massachusetts State Teachers' College, Worcester, Mass. First Lieutenant, Head- 
quarters, 55th Coast Artillery, U. S. Army, 1917-19. (Battles: Aisne-Morne, Champagne, Gise-Aisne, 
Meuse-Argonne). Now Lieutenant Colonel, Reserve, U. S. Army. Assistant Professor of History and 
Sociology, M. S. C, 1926- . Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pi Gamma Mu. 

FRED G. ELLERT, B.S., Instructor in German 

Born 1905. B. S., M. S. C, 1930, Instructor in German, M. S. C, 1930- . 

RIGHARD W. FESSENDEN, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Inorganic Ghemistry 

Born 1902. B. Sc, M. S. C, 1926. M. Sc, M. S. C, 1928. Ph. D., Columbia University, 1933. 
Assistant in Chemistry. M. S. C, 1926-28. Assistant in Chemistry, Columbia University, 1928-31. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry, M. S. C, 1931- Phi Koppa Phi, Sigma Xi, Phi Lambda Upsilon. 

Member, American Chemical Society. 

GHARLES FREDERIG FRAKER, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Modern Languages 

Born 1888. A. B., Colorado College, 1919. A. M., Harvard, 1920. Ph. D., Harvard, 1931. Teacher 
in Philippine Islands, 1913-16. Instructor of Romance Languages, Colorodo College, 1918-19 and 
1920-21. Instructor of Romance Languages, Harvard, 1922-24. Assistant Professor of Romance 
Languages, Northwestern University, 1924-31. Tutor and Instructor of Romance Languages, Harvard, 
1931-32. Assistant Professor of Modern Languages, M. S. C, 1932- . Member, Modern Language 
Association; American Association of University Professors; Societe des Anciennes Textes Francois. 



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DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES 

PHILIP L. GAMBLE, Ph.D, Assistant Professor of Economics 

Born 1905. B. S, Wesieyon, 1928. M. A., Wesleyon, 1929. Ph. D., Cornell, 1935. Instructor, 
Cornell, 1931-32. Tax Fellow, New York State Tox Commission, 1932-33. Instructor, Wesleyon, 
1932-35. Instructor, Mount Holyoke (Hartford), 1934-36. Assistant Professor of Economics, M. S, C, 
1935- . Member, American Economics Association, American Society of University Professors. Sigma 
Chi. 

HARRY N. GLICK, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology 

Born 1885. A. B., Bridgewoter College, 1913. A. M., Northwestern University, 1914. Instructor 
in Science, Woukesho, Wisconsin, 1914-1915, and Freeport, Illinois, 1915-17. Manager of Form in 
Illinois, 1917-20. Graduate Student, University of Illinois, 1920-23. Professor of Psychology, M. S. C, 
1923. Ph. D., University of Illinois, 1924. Member of International Congress of Psychology. Phi 
Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Phi. 

STOWELL C. GODING, A.M., Assistant Professor of French and Music 

Born 1904. A. B., Dartmouth College, 1925. A. M., Harvard University, 1926. Graduate Student 
at Boston University, Summer of 1926. Instructor in French at the Rice Institute at Houston, Texas, 
1926-27. Graduate Student in Paris, Summer of 1927. Assistant Professor of French and Music, 
M. S. C, 1927- . Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Koppo Phi, Alpha Sigma Phi, Sigma Alpha, Koppo Phi Koppo, 
Adelphia, Alliance Francoise. 

MAXWELL H. GOLDBERG, M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English 

Born 1907. B. S., M. S. C, 1928. Instuctor in English, 1928-30. Graduate Student, M. S. C. 
and Amherst College, 1928-29. Yale Graduate School, 1930-33; M. A., 1932; Ph. D,, 1933. Member, 
Modern Language Association of America. Yale University Scholar, 1932-33. Member, Modern Human- 
ities Research Association. Alpha Epsilon Pi, Adelphia, Phi Kappa Phi. 

VERNON P. HELMING, B.A., Instructor in English 

Born 1904. B. A, Corleton College, 1925. Graduate Work at Yole University, 1928-32. In- 
structor, American University of Beirut, Beirut, Syria, 1925-29. Knox College, 1932-33. Phi Beta Koppo. 

LEONTA G. HORRIGAN, B.S., Instructor in English 

Born 1914. B. 5., M. S. C, 1936. Graduate Student Han/ard Summer School, 1936. Phi Kappa 
Phi. Instructor of English, M. S. C, 1936- . 

ARTHUR N. JULIAN, A.B., Professor of Gsrmon 

A. B., Northwestern University, 1907. Instructor in Germon, Elgin Academy, Elgin, Illinois, 1907-10. 
Student at Berlin University, 1910-11. Columbia University, Summers of 1932, '33 ond '34. Instructor 
in German, M. S. C, 1911-19. Assistant Professor of German, 1919-23. Assistant Professor of Chem- 
istry, 1923-24. Assistant Professor of German, 1924-25. Professor of German, 1925- Phi Beta 
Koppo, Phi Koppo Phi, Phi Gommo Delta. 




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DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES 

RUSSEL C. LARCOM, Ph.D., Instructor in Economics 

Born 1903. Undergraduate at Dartmouth, 1920-21. B. A., Harvard, 1925. M. B. A., Harvard 
School of Business Administration, 1928. Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1936. Instructor Lake 
Forest College, 1928-29. Statistician, R. L. Doy and Co., Boston, 1929-31. Acting Assistant Professor, 
Kenyon College, 1931-32. Instructor in Economics, M. S. C, 1935. Preparing book on Delaware 
Corporation. 

C. COLLIS LYLE, JR., M.A., Instructor in Department of Languages and Literature 
Born 1912. B. A., Cornell University, 1933. M. A., Cornell University, 1934. Instructor Depart- 
ment of Languages and Literature, M. S. C, 1935- . 

ALEXANDER ANDERSON MACKIMMIE, A.M., Professor of History and Sociology 
and Head of the Department; Head of the Division of Social Sciences 
Born 1878. A. B., Princeton, 1906. Boudinot Fellow in Modern Languages, 1906-07, Instructor 
in French, Colchester Academy, Truro, N. S. Instructor in French and Spanish, M. S. C, 1908-11. 
Assistant Professor of French, M. S. C, 1911-15. A. M., Columbia University, 1914. Associate Pro- 
fessor of French, M. S. C, 1915-19. Professor of French, 1919-24. Professor of Economics, 1924-35. 
Studied in Spain Summer of 1922. Head of the Division of Social Sciences, 1928- . Phi Beta Kappa, 
Phi Kappa Phi. 

CLAUDE C. NEET, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in Psychology 

Born 1905. B. A., University of California at Los Angeles, 1930. M. A., Clark University, 1932. 
Ph. D., Clark University, 1935. Instructor in Psychology, University of Nevada, 1934-35. Lecturer, 
Teachers' Institute, Rhode Island, September, 1935. Special Psychologist, New Jersey State Hospital, 
1931. Instructor in Psychology, M. S. C, 1935- . Associate Member, American Psychological 
Association. 

WALTER E. PRINCE, A.M., Professor of English 

Born 1881. Ph. D., Brown University, 1904. A. M., Brown University, 1905. Instructor in English, 
University of Maine, 1905-12-. Instructor in English, M. S. C, 1912-15. Assistant of Professor, English 
and Public Speaking, 1915-28. Associate Professor of English, 1928-33. Professor of English, 1933- . 
Sphinx, Phi Koppo Phi. Shakespearean Association of America, Inc. Koppo Epsilon. 

ALBERT WILLIAM PURVIS, Ed.M., Instructor in Education 

Born 1903 B, A., University of New Brunswick, 1931. Ed. M., Harvard University, 1935. Principal 
of Public Schools, 1923-28. 1931-32. Teacher in Normal School, 1933-34. Instructor in Education, 
M. S. C, 1936- . 

FRANK PRENTICE RAND, A.M., Professor of English and Head of the Department 

of Languages and Literature 

Born 1889 A. B., Williams College, 1912. A. M., Amherst College, 1915. Instructor in English, 
University of Maine, 1913-14. Editor of Phi Sigma Koppo "Signet", 1914-29. U. S. Army, 1919. In- 
structor in English, M. S. C, 1914-21. Grand Secretary of Phi Sigma Kappa, 1919-22. General Manager 
of Academics, 1919- . Assistant Professor of English, 1921-27. Associate Professor of English, 1927-33. 
Professor of English and Head of the Department, 1933- . 

HAROLD W. SMART, A.B., LL.B., Assistant Professor of Form Law, Business English 

and Public Speaking 

Born 1895. LL. B. (cum loude), Boston University, 1918. Boston University, 1919. Practiced 
Low, 1919-24. Instructor in Business Law, M. S. C, 1921- . A. B., Amherst College, 1924.. Phi 
Delta Phi, Woolsack, Delta Sigma Rho. 

FRANK B. STRATTON, MM., Instructor in Music 

Born 1908. B. S., M. I. T., 1929. M. M,, University of Rochester, 1933. Phi Sigma Kappa. 

WINTHORP S. WELLES, M.Ed., Professor of Education and Head of the Department 
Born 1875. Illinois State Normal University, 1897. B. S., University of Illinois, 1901. Public 
School Teacher and City Superintendent, 1897-1907. Graduate Work, University of Illinois, 1901. 
Harvard. 1905, -23, -24, -27, -28. Teocher of Biology and Agriculture, State Teachers' College, River 
Falls, Wisconsin, 1907-19. Founder and Director of Educotional Agriculture there, 1912-19. State 
Supervisor of Agricultural Education, Wisconsin, 1917-19. Professor of Education, M. S. C, 1919. 
Head of the Department, 1923- . M. Ed,, Horvard, 1929. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Delta Kappa. 

J. PAUL WILLIAMS, M.A., B.D., Director of Religious Education 

Born 1900. A. B., Baker University, 1922. B. D., Garret Biblical Institute, 1927. M. A., Columbia 
University, 1928. Associate Director, Wesley Foundation, Urbono, Illinois, 1925-26. Assistant in 
Student Work, Riverside Church, New York, 1927-28. Director of Religious Education, M. S. C, 1928- . 
Kappa Sigma, Pi Kappa Delta. Fellow, The National Council on Religion in Higher Education. 



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DIVISION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

LORIN E. BALL, B.S., Instructor in Physical Education 

Born 1898. B. Sc, M. S. C, 1921. Coach of Freshman Basketball, 1921-25. Coach of Freshman 
Baseball, 1922-24. Attended Superior (Wisconsin) Coaching School, 1924. Senior Leader, Camp 
Enajerog for Boys, 1924- . Treasurer, Western Massachusetts Board of Approved Basketball Officials, 
1924-25; President, 1930-33. Director of Stockbridge School Athletics and Coach of Stockbridge School 
Football and Basketball, 1925- . Coach of Varsity Baseball, 1925-31. Coach of Varsity Hockey, 
1925- . Attended University of Wisconsin Summer School, 1926. Varsity Club. Q. T. V. 

ETHEL W. BLATCHFORD, B.S., Instructor in Physical Education 

Born 1910. Graduote, Posse Nissen School of Physical Education, 1929. B. S., M. S. C, 1934. 
Instructor in Physical Education, 1934- . Delta Psi Kappa. 

LAWRENCE E. BRIGGS, B.S., Assistant Professor of Physical Education 

Born 1903. B. S., M. S. C, 1927. Instructor in Physical Education, M. S. C, 1927-36. Assistant 
Professor in Physical Education, 1936- . Springfield Summer School, 1927. Counselor at Camp Ena- 
jerog, 1928. Secretary and Treasurer, Western Massachusetts Basketball Coaches Club. English Folk 
Dance School, M. S. C, 1929. Assistant Secretory, Western Massachusetts Winter Sports Council, 
Audubon Nature Camp, 1936. Varsity Club, Theta Chi. 

ELBERT F. CARAWAY, B. S. of A., Professor of Physical Education 

Born 1905. B. S. of A., Purdue University, 1930. Graduate Work, Purdue University. Assistant 
Freshmen Coach, Purdue University, 1930. Head Coach, Edinburg High School, Texas, 1931 and 1932. 
Assistant Coach, Lehigh University, 1933-36. Professor of Physical Education, M. S. C, 1936- . 
Lambda Chi Alpha, 

LLEWELLYN L. DERBY, Assistant Professor of Physical Education 

Born 1893. Unclassified Student, M. S. C, 1915-16. Assistant in Physical Education, 1916-17. 
U. S. Army, 1917-19. Returned as Instructor in Physical Education, 1919-20. Varsity, Freshman and 
S. S, A. Coach of Track, 1921- Harvard Summer School in Physical Education, 1921. Springfield 

Summer School of Physical Education, 1925 and 1930. University of Illinois Summer School of Physical 
Education, 1926. M. S. C. Summer School, 1931. Assistant Professor of Physical Education, 1927. 
Secretary-Treasurer, Eastern Intercollegiate Athletic Association, 1926- . Recreation Director, M. S. C. 
Summer School, 1935- . Member Advisory Committee, New England Intercollegiate Amateur Athletic 
Association, 1932-35. Member, Association of College Track Coaches of America. Member, National 
Collegiate Track Coaches Association. 

HAROLD M. GORE, B.S., Professor of Physical Education and Head of the 

Department for Men 

Born 1891. B. S., M. S. C, 1913. Assistant in Physical Education, 1913-16. Instructor, 1916. 
Harvard Summer School of Physical Education, 1916. Assistant Professor of Physical Education, 1917-26. 
Professor of Physical Education, 1926. Head of the Department of Physical Education for Men, 1935- . 
Q. T. v., Adelphia. 




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DIVISION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

MRS. CURRY S. HICKS, B.A., Physical Director for Women and Head of the 

Department 

Michigan State Normol College, 1909, B. A., Michigan Stote Normal College, 1925. Instructor 
in Physical Education for Women, M. S. C, 1917-27. Physical Director, 1927. Head of the Depart- 
ment, 1935- . 

CURRY S. HICKS, Professor of Physical Education and Head of the Division 

Born 1885. Michigan Agricultural College, 1902-03. B Pd,, Michigan State Normal CoKege, 
1909. Assistant in Physical Education, Michigan State Normal College, 1908-09. Edward Hitchcock 
Fellow in Physical Education, Amherst, 1909-10. Director of Athletics, Michigan State Normal College, 
1910-11. Assistant Professor in Physical Education and Hygiene, M. S. C, 1911-14. Associate Pro- 
fessor, 1914-16, Professor, 1916- . M. Ed., Michigan State Normal College, 1924. Head of the 
Division, M. S. C, 1935- . 

FLORENCE S. JENNEY, M.S., Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Student Health 

Officer 

Born 1909 B. S., Geneva College, 1930. M. D., University of Pittsburg, 1934. Instructor in 
Physiological Chemistry, University of Pittsburg, 1935-36. Assistant Professor of Hygiene for Women 
and Student Health Officer, M. S. C, 1936- Alpha Omega Alpha. Zeto Phi, Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

SIDNEY W. KAUFFMAN, M.Ed., Instructor in Physical Education 

Born 1904. B. S., Springfield College, 1931 . M. Ed., Springfield College, 1934. Physical Director, 
Public Schools, Newport, Vermont. Director of Physical Education and Head of the Department of 
History, Winisco, Pennsylvania. Instructor in Physical Education, M. S. C, 1935- . 

ERNEST J. RADCLIFFE, M.D., Professor of Hygiene and Student Health Officer 

Born 1898. M B, M D., University of Toronto, 1923. Private and Clinic Practice. Canadian 
Field Artillery, 1916-19 Professor of Hygiene and Student Health Officer, M. S .C, 1930- . Massa- 
chusetts Medical Society, American Medical Association. 

JOSEPH R. ROGERS, JR., Instructor in Physical Education 

Born 1906. Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1930. Instructor in Physical Education, M. S. C, 
1931- . Member, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 



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BOOK TWO 

CHAPTER 1 





THE 
I NDEX 



CLASS OF 1937 

« 
OFFICERS 

President DAVID PATRICK ROSSITER, JR. 

Vice President HELEN A, DOWNING 

Secretary ELINOR L STONE 

Treasurer CARL P. SWANSON 

Sergeant-at-Arms ALFRED W. BRUNEAU 

Class Captain ROBERT P. HOLDSWORTH, JR. 

HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1937 



The time has come when we, the class of 1937, must leave the college we may 
call our own. The realization that we were Seniors seemed a bit startling to us at 
first. Four years ago we thought of graduation as an event far in the future, but 
those happy years have passed all too quickly. We hove spent our college days as 
have many other classes, participating in academic, scholastic and social activities. 

Our freshman days have passed, but we can easily recall our maroon and white 
caps, the Abby serenades, and our glorious victory over the Sophomores in the rope 
pull and Razoo night. Although, because of our youth, we were not given the privilege 
of managing big social events, we did sponsor a most successful freshman dance, and 
several of our number participated in the Bay State Revue, which took the form of 
an original musical comedy. Along with these more frivilous memories comes the 
recollection of the impressive inaugural ceremony of our president. 




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HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1937 

We returned as Sophomores determined to moke our newly acquired importance 
felt. The first evidence of our superiority came with our second victorious rope pull. We 
again emphasized our spirit by contributing some of our members to various athletic 
teams, thus realizing victory over Amherst in both football and basketball. Although 
scholarship was ever our first aim, we did not neglect our social life. The Maroon 
Key formal and Soph-Senior Hop will always be pleasant memories. 

As Juniors our college work became more intensive, as we turned to our mojor 
fields. Our appreciation of our college was intensified with the completion of the 
new Library and Thatcher Hall. Our domination of athletics was felt more keenly 
than ever. Realizing that this was our most active year, we contributed much to 
extra-curricular activities, we witnessed the organization of one of the first college 
bands, smartly attired in new uniforms. Our social activities were not slackened, for 
we saw the inception of a most successful Winter Carnival, culminating in a Ball, 
which was substituted for the traditional Junior Prom and Maroon Key formals. 

Now we have reached the end of our college days. During this post year, we 
have witnessed several more campus changes. A new Infirmary has been opened. 
The old College Chapel has been renovated and its charm has been enhanced by a 
set of chimes, contributed by an alumnus. During this, our most important year, we 
have contributed much to our Alma Mater. The idea of a college ring has material- 
ized through our efforts. Members of our class have successfully presided over all 
outstanding organizations and we have been unusually active in athletics and extra- 
curricula activities. We maintained our scholastic standing end several of our class 
became members of Phi Kappa Phi. 

We look back upon our college years with pleasant memories and it is with regret 
that we realize they are now at a close. We hope that those who follow may sense 
the same spirit of enthusiasm we have felt. With our love for our Alma Mater deep 
in our hearts, ws say, "Farewell to Bay State". 




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Ralph Emerson Aiken, Jr. 

Tenny Street Georgetown 

Born 1915 at North Adams. Graduate Lynn 
English High School. Major in Economics. 
Cross-Country, 1. Baseball, 1. Phi Sigma 
Kappa. 



Charles Appel 

42 Brookline Ave. Holyoke 

Born 1915 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Mathematics Club, 3. Track 1. Pre-Med. 
Club, 4. 



John Appel 

42 Brookline Ave. Holyoke 

Born 1915 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Mathematics Club, 3. Track, 1 . Band, 3. 
Pre-Med Club, 4. 



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Charles Benea 

Born 1915 at KlngsTon. Graduate Kingston 
High School. Major in Pre-Medical. Football 
1 . Pre-Med. Club, 3, 4. Psychology Club, 4. 
Alpha Sigma Phi. 



Alfred Waiter Basamania 

60 Union Street Holyoke 

Born 1915 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke 
High School. Major in Pre-Medical. Men's 
Glee Club, 1, 3. Football, 1. Track, 2, 3. 
Pre-Med. Club, 4. 



Isadore Barr 

258 Carew Street Springfield 

Born 1 91 5 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major in Physical Education. 
Football 1 . Baseball, 1, 2, 3 (M). Soccer, 3. 
Basketball, 1, 2, 3 (M), 4 (Captain, M). 
Soph-Senior Hop Committee, 2. Advanced 
Military, 3, 4. History-Sociology Club, 4. 
Alpha Epsilon Pi. Lt. Master, 4. 



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Nathan Milton Berman 

17 Verrill Street Mattapan 

Born 1915 at Boston, Graduate Boston Pub- 
lic Latin School. Major in Economics. Men's 
Glee Club, 2, 3. Roister Doisters, 2, 3, 4. 
Menorah Club, 1 , 2, 3, 4. Baseball, 1 . Fresh- 
man Handbook Committee, I . Sophomore 
Class Ploy. 



Edwin George Bernstein 

29 Olmsted Drive Springfield 

Born 1917 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major in Economics. History- 
Sociology Club, 2. Menorah Club, 2, 3. 
Sophomore Class Play. Football, 1, 2, 3 (M), 
4 (M). Burnham Declamation Contest, 2. 
Interfraternity Council, 3. Phi Lambda Tau. 



Franklyn Doane Berry 

Main Street Dennis Port 

Born 1915 at Harwich. Graduate Yarmouth 
High School. Major in Entomology. Fernald 
Entomology Club, 3, 4. Psychology Club, 4 
(Treasurer). Alpha Sigma Phi. (Treasurer, 
3,4). 



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Leroy Lewis Blackmer, Jr. 

1 1 Union Street North Brookfield 

Born 1916 at Greenwich, Graduate North 
Brookfield High School. Major in Physics and 
Mathematics. Physics Club, 3, 4. Radio 
Club, 4. Kappa Sigma. 



Ernest Leslie Birdsall 

89 Osgood Street Lawrence 

Born 1916 at Lawrence. Graduate Lawrence 
High School. Major in Entomology. Fernald 
Entomology Club, 3, 4. 



Robert Anthony Bieber 

44 Main Street Hatfield 

Born 1914 at Holyoke. Graduate Smith 
Academy. Major in Economics, Newman 
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Class President, 1, 2. Soc- 
cer, 2 (M), 3. Football, 1. Track, 1, 2. 
Basketball, 1. 



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Paul Frederick Bobula 

162 Perham Street West Roxbury 

Born 1916 at Roxbury. Graduate Jamaica 
Plains High School. Major in Botany. 



Richard Oscar Bohm 

405 Adams Street Milton 

Born 1915 at Milton. Graduate Milton High 
School. Major in Entomology. Outing Club, 
1. Fernald Entomology Club, 3, 4 (Editor of 
Fernald Club Year Book). Phi Sigma Kappa. 



Horace Winfield Bolton 

East Northfield 
Born 1913 at East Northfield. Graduate 
Mount Hermon School. Major in Animal 
Husbandry. Dairy Club, 1, 2. Animal Hus- 
bandry Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Cross -Country, 1, 3. 
Baseball, 1. Dairy Cattle Judging team, 2. 
Fat Stock Judging team, 4. Koppo Sigma. 



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John Poor Brooks 

■69 Concord Street Holliston 

Born 1916 at Holliston. Graduate Holliston 
High School. Major in Animal Husbandry 
M.S.C.4-H Club, 1,2. Track, 1,2. Poultry 
Judging Team, 2. Dairy Club, 2. Dairy 
Judging Team, 3. Q. T. V. (Corresponding 
Secretary, 3). 



Louis Adelard Breoult 

1 80 Oxford Street Auburn 

Born 1916 at Auburn. Graduate South High 
School, Worcester. Major in English. Index, 3 
(Statistics Editor). Collegian, 1, 2 and 3 
(Sports Editor), 4 (Editor-in-chief). Band, 1, 
2,3. Press Club, 2 (President), 3, 4. Roister 
Doisters, 3. Carnival Committee, 4. New- 
man Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Military Ball Commit- 
tee, 4. Advanced Military, 3, 4. Lambda 
Chi Alpha. 



Louis Bongiolotti 

North Howland Avenue Adams 

Born 1916 at Adams. Graduate Adams High 
School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Student Senate, 3, 4. Informal Committee, 4. 
Psychology Club, 4. Football Team, 1, 2, 3. 
Basketball Team, 1, 2, 3. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



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Alfred Washburn Bruneau 

9 Howlands Lane North Plymouth 

Born 1915 at Kingston. Graduate Kingston 
High School. Major in History and Educa- 
tion. Football, 1. Track, 1. 



Malcolm Suffolk Butler 

1 1 Putnam Street Saugus 

Born 1915 at Saugus. Transfer from Univer- 
sity of New Hampshire. Major in Economics. 



Norman Wesley Butterfield 

Beech Grove Inn Pittsfield 

Born 1905 at Temple, Maine. Graduate 
Mount Hermon Prep. Major in Floriculture. 
Horticulture Show Committee, 3, 4. Flori- 
culture Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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Leroy French Clark 

830 South Street Walpole 

Born 1915 at Walpole, Graduate Dean 
Academy. Major in Animal Husbandry. 
Animal Husbandry Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad's 
Day Committee, 2, 3, 4 (Chairman). Ad- 
vanced Military, 3, 4. Class Treasurer, 2. 
Cross-Country, 1, 2. Military Ball Commit- 
tee, 4. Dairy Cattle Judging Team, 2. Live- 
stock Judging Team, 3. Meat Judging Team, 
3. Q. T. V. (Vice-President, 3, 4). 



Webster Allen Chandler 

101 First Street Melrose 

Born 1 91 4 at Newton Center. Graduate Mel- 
rose High School. Major in Botany. Outing 
Club, 1 , 2, 3, 4. 



John Joseph Byrnes 

27 Pollock Avenue Pittsfield 

Born 1914 at Pittsfield. Graduate Pittsfield 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Newman Club, 1, 2. 



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Melvin Irving Cohen 

98 Devon Street Roxbury 

Born 1916 at Boston. Graduate Roxbury 
Memorial High School. Major in Distributed 
Sciences. Menoroh Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Index, 
3. Track, 1 . Bacteriology Club, 4. Phi- 
Kappa Phi. 



Raymond Francis Conway 

2058 Northampton Street Holyoke 

Born 1915 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Pre-Med. Club, 3, 
4. Soccer, 1, 2, 3, 4 (M). Psychology Club, 
4. Basketball Team, 1 . 



Louis Elias Cosmos 

350 Chestnut Street Springfield 

Born 1917 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Football, 1,2. Basketball, 1 . Wrestling, 2, 3. 



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Leo Vincent Crowley 

83 Main Street Amherst 

Born 1915 at Amherst. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Major in Chemistry. Newman 
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Chemistry Club, 4. Basket- 
ball, 1,2, 3, 4. Q. T. V. 



Clayton Chester Craft 

South Street Ashfield 

Born 1915 at Sanbornville, New Hampshire. 

Graduate Williston Academy. Major in 

Economics. Cross-Country, 1, 2. Spring 
Track, 1, 2. Q. T. V. 



Robert Emmet Couhig 

22 Giles Avenue Beverly 

Born 1916 at Beverly. Graduate Beverly High 
School. Major in Entomology. Fernald En- 
tomology Club, 1 . Soph-Senior Hop Commit- 
tee, 2. Baseball, 1. Track, 2. Advanced 
Military, 3, 4. Q. T. V. 



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Francis Elliot Cushman 

133 Summer Street Kingston 

Born 1916 at Kingston. Graduate Kingston 
High School. Major in Entomology. Fernald 
Entomology Club, 3, 4. Baseball, 1. Alpha 
Sigma Phi. 



James Frederick Cutter 

West Hatfield 
Born 1914 at West Hatfield, Graduate 
Mount Hermon School, Northfield. Major in 
Mathematics and History. Maroon Key, 2. 
Class Nominating Committee, 2, 3. Class 
Captain, 1 , 2. Football, 1 . Swimming, 1 , 2, 3 
(M),4(M). Advanced Military, 3, 4. Kap- 
pa Sigma (President, 3, 4). 



Ernest Kirk Davis 

Fairview Street Lee 
Born 1916 at Hope Valley, Rhode Island. 
Graduate Lee High School. Major in Dairy 
Industry. Dairy Club, 2, 3, 4. Advanced Mili- 
tary, 3, 4. Football, 1, 2, 3, 4 (M). Baseball, 
2,3. 



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Henry George Dihlmann 

Shutesbury 
Born 1907 at Glastonbury, Connecticut. 
Graduate Mount Hermon School, Northfield. 
Major in Distributed Sciences. Radio Club, 4. 
Cross-Country, 1 . 



Richard Clancy Desmond 

12 Coolidge Road Lynn 

Born 191 6 at Lynn. Graduate Leesburg High 
School, Florida. Major in Forestry. Collegian, 
2, 3, 4 (Editorial Board). Men's Debating 
Team, 4. Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4. Phi Kap- 
pa Phi. 



Frederick Leroy Davis 

14 Mabel Street Portland, Maine 

Born 1913 at Portland, Maine. Graduate 
Deering High School. Major in Landscape 
Architecture. Landscape Club, 2, 3, 4. Kappa 
Epsilon. 



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James J. Dobby 

31 Wave Way Avenue Winthrop 

Born 1914 at Winthrop. Graduate Winthrop 
High School. Major in Bacteriology. Band, 
1, 2. Roister Doisters, 1, 2, 3, 4 (Manager). 
Football, 1. Hockey, 1. Spring Track, 1, 2 
(M), 3 (M). Bactenology Club, 4 (Vice- 
President). Alpha Epsilon Pi. (Secretary, 4). 



Trento Joseph Domenici 

101 Sergeant Street Holyoke 

Born 1916 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences, 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



Howard Bernard Driscoll 

213 Lyman Street Holyoke 

Born 1916 at Holyoke. Graduate Saint 
Jerome's High School. Major in Languages 
and Literature. Newman Club, 4. Football, 
1. Basketball, 1. Spring Track, 2. Base- 
ball, 1. Q. T. V. (Fraternity Bulletin Editor, 
3). 



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Alburn Lasell Fargo 

Monterey 
Born 1916 at Monterey. Grcduate Searles 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences, 
Soccer, 1 , 2. 



Charles E. Eshbach 

44 Brookside Avenue 



Winchester 



Born 1914 at Winchester. Graduate Win- 
chester High School. Major in English. In- 
dex, 3. Collegian, 1, 2 (Sports Editor), 3 
Editor-in-Chief). Press Club, 2, 3 (Secre- 
tary), 4 (President). History-Sociology Club, 
3. Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 (Publicity Chair- 
man). Radio Club, 4. M. S. C. 4-H Club, 
1, 2, 3, 4 (President). Football, 1. Fruit 
Judging Team, 3. Alpha Gamma Rho. 
(President, 4). 



Moses Jacob Entin 

45 McLean Street Boston 

Born 1916 at Boston. Graduate English 
High School, Boston. Major in English. Or- 
chestra, 1, 2, 3. Student Religious Council, 

3, 4. Menorah Club, 1, 2, 3 and 4 (Presi- 
dent). Pre-Med. Club, 4. Psychology Club, 

4. College String Ensemble, 2, 3. Social 
Science Club, 1 . Bay State Revue, 3. Phi 
Lambda Tau. 



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Edson John Ferrell 

47 Bridge Street North Agawam 

Born 1914 at North Agawam. Graduate 
Agawam High School. Major in Chemistry. 
Chemistry Club, 4. Spring Track, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Anthony Patrick Ferrucci, Jr. 

Mellen Street Milford 

Born 191 1 at Milford. Graduate Milford High 
School. Transfer from M. I. T. Major in 
Chemistry. Sophomore Class Play. Chemis- 
try Club, 4 (President). 



Austin Wellington Fisher, Jr. 

5 Brae Burn Road Auburndale 

Born 1916 at Newton. Graduate Newton 
High School. Major in Chemistry. Chemistry 
Club, 4 (Secretary). Football, 1, 2, 3, 4 (M). 
Swimming, 2 (M), 3 (M). Hockey, 1 . Fresh- 
man Handbook Committee, 1. Interclass 
Athletic Board, 1, 2 (Secretary), 3 and 4 
(President). Senior Ring Committee, 4, 
Theta Chi (Marshall, 3 Vice-President, 4). 



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Hillel Henry Friedman 

8 Wardman Road Roxbury 

Born 1915 at Chelsea. Graduate Boston Eng- 
lish High School. Major in Dairy. Menorah 
Club, 3, 4. Football, 1, 2, 3. Hockey, 1 . 



Joseph Freedman 

286 Linden Street Holyoke 

Born 1916 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke 
High School. Major in Chemistry. Cross- 
country, ], 2, 3. Track, 1, 2. Chemistry 
Club, 3, 4. Mathematics Club, 3, 4. 



Edward Michael Flavin 

79 Washington Street Greenfield 

Born 1910 at Greenfield. Graduate Green- 
field High School. Major in Landscape Archi- 
tecture. Newman Club, 4. Camera Club, 4. 



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Ralph Bailey Gates 

22 Orange Street Barre, Vermont 

Born 1915 at Barre, Vermont. Graduate 
Spaulding High School. Major in Landscape 
Architecture. Academic Activities Board, 3. 
Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4. Band, 1, 2, 3 (Man- 
ager), 4 (Student Leader). Horticulture 
Show, 4. Landscape Club, 2, 3, 4. Kappa 
Sigma. (Treasurer, 4). 



Murray Winter George 

74 South Street Wrenthom 

Born 1 91 3 at Attleboro. Graduate Wrenthom 
High School. Major in Landscape Architec- 
ture. Men's Glee Club, 3. Carnival Commit- 
tee, 4. Informal Committee, 4. Landscape 
Club, 3, 4. M. S, C. 4-H Club, 4. Alpha 
Gamma Rho. 



Frederick Wells Goodhue 

Pine Street Haydenville 

Born 1915 at Haydenville. Graduate Wil- 
liamsburg High School. Major in Pre-Medical. 
Pre-Med. Club, 3, 4. 



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Guy Manning Gray, Jr. 

15 Russell Street Greenfield 

Born 1913 at Springfield. Graduate Deerfield 
Academy. Major in Pre-Medical. History- 
Sociology Club, 4. Psychology Club, 4. Foot- 
ball, 1, 2, 3, 4. Spring Track, 1, 2, 3, 4. Theta 
Chi. 



Russell Thompson Graves 

236 Grove Street Northampton 

Born 191 4 at Northampton. Graduate North- 
ampton High School. Major in Economics. 
Men's Glee Club, 1 , 2. 



Norman Wallace Grant 

66 Manning Road Lynn 

Born 1915 at Lynn. Graduate Lynn Classical 
High School. Major in Economics. Men's 
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Outing Club, 1 . Cross- 
country, 1. Swimming, 1. Spring Track, 1, 
2, 3. Bay State Revue, 1, 3. Operetta, 3. 
Kappa Sigma. (Grand Master of Ceremonies, 
4). 



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Albert Joseph Gricius 

16 Fossdale Road Dorchester 

Born 1915 at Boston. Graduate Jamaica 
Plain High School. Major in Horticulture and 
Landscape Architecture. Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Advanced Military, 3, 4. Q. T. V. 



Walter Charles Guralnick 

1 08 Maple Street Roxbury 

Born 1916 at Boston. Graduate Boston Pub- 
lic Latin School. Major in English. Index, 3 
(Associate Editor). Collegian, 1, 2 and 3 
(Managing Editor). History-Sociology Club, 
3. Hockey, 1. Baseball, 1. Alpha Epsilon 
Pi. (President, 4). Adelphia, 4 (Secretary- 
Treasurer). Interfraternity Council, 4. 
Awarded Gold Academic Medal, 1936. 



Elmer Winston Hallowell 

62 Pierce Street Greenfield 

Born 1915 at Greenfield. Graduate Green- 
field High School. Major in Agricultural 
Economics. Men's Glee Club, 4. Outing Club, 
2, 3, 4. Cross -Country, 1 . Social Science, 
1, 2. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



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Lawrence Keith Harris 

177 Walker Road Swampscott 

Born 1914 at Lynn. Graduate Salem Classical 
High School. Major in Landscape Archi- 
tecture. Landscape Club, 3, 4. Cross- 
country, 3, 4. Spring Track, 1 . Q. T. V. 



Erving Douglas Hardy 

107 Brookline Street Worcester 

Born 1914 at Worcester. Transfer from 
Moryville College. Major in Distributed 
Sciences. Football, 3. Track, 2. Kappa 
Sigma. (Vice-President, 3). 



John Francis Hanson 

173 Governors Avenue Medford 

Born 1915 at Medford. Graduate Medford 
High School. Major in Entomology. Outing 
Club, 1, 2. Fernald Entomology Club, 3 (Sec- 
retary), 4 (President). Cross-Country, 1. 
Hockey, 1. Social Science Club, -1, 2. 



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Raymond Lewis Hart 

62 Linwood Road Lynn 

Born 1915 at Lynn. Graduate Lynn Classical 
High School. Major in Physical and Biological 
Sciences. Bacteriology Club, 4. 



Forrest Dana Hartin 

141 Summer Street Maynard 

Born 1914 at Maynard. Graduate Maynard 
High School. Major in Dairy Industry. 
Physics Club, 2, 3. Mathematics Club, 2, 3. 
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. Track, 2. Baseball, 1. 
Phi Sigma Kappa. 



Kenneth Raymond Higgins 

73 Moore Street Fall River 

Born 1915 at Holyoke. Graduate Durfee High 
School. Transfer from Rhode Island State. 
Major in Landscape Architecture. Landscape 
Club, 2, 3, 4. Soph-Senior Hop Committee, 
2 Lambda Chi Alpha. (Social Chairman, 
3). 



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Robert Powell Holdsworth, Jr. 

49 Amity Street Amherst 

Born 1915 at Stoughton. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Major in Entomology. Fernald 
Entomology Club, 3, 4. Class Captain, 2, 3, 
4. Kappa Sigma. Advanced Military, 3. 4. 



Waiter James Hodder 

13 Sycamore Street Cambridge 

Born 1916 at Cambridge. Graduate Belmont 
High School. Major in Olericulture and 
Floriculture. Horticulture Show Committee, 
3, 4 (Chairman). Soccer, 1, 2 (M), 3 (M). 
Swimming, 1, 2 (M), 3 (M), 4 (M), (Co- 
captain). 



Merrill Spinney Hobart 

634 Webster Street Needhom 

Born 1913 at Schenectady, New York. Grad- 
uate Needham High School. Major in 
Chemistry. Chemistry Club, 4. Swimming, 
1, 2, 3, 4 Manager, (M). Spring Track, 1. 



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Harlan Arnold Howard 

200 North Pleasant Street Amherst 

Born 19)5 at Southwick. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Major in Bacteriology. Band, 
I, 2, 3. Bacteriology Club, 4. 



Henry Nickolas lacovelli 

11 Pond Street Milford 

Born 1914 at Milford. Graduaio Dean 
Academy. Major in Physical and Biological 
Sciences. Newman Club, 1 . Mothemat^ics 
Club, 1. Q. T. V. 



Allen Southworth Ingalls 

5 Winthrop Avenue Methuen 

Born 1 91 4 at Watertown. Graduate Methuen 
High School. Major in Mathematics. Physics 
Club, 3. Mathematics Club, 2, 3, 4. Foot- 
ball, 1, 2. Hockey, 2, 3, 4 (Captain). Base- 
ball, 1, 2, 3. Kappa Sigma. 



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Lawrence Sterling Johnson 

53 Fairfield Street Springfield 

Born 1914 at Springfield. Graduate Technical 
High School. Major in Chemistry. Alpha 
Sigma Phi. 



Byron Taylor Johnson 

9 Wooster Heights Danbury, Connecticut 

Born 1915 at Newtown, Connecticut. Gradu- 
ate Danbury High School. Major in Distri- 
buted Sciences. Collegian, 1. Outing Club, 
1,2,3,4. Theto Chi. (Treasurer, 4). 



Kenneth Colwell Irvine 

25 Rollinson Road Worcester 

Born 1915 at Worcester. Graduate North 
High School, Worcester. Major in Dairy In- 
dustry. Dairy Club, 2, 3, 4. Theta Chi. 
(Librarian, 3, 4). 



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William Vialle Johnson 

Lexington Street Weston 

Born 1914 at Medford. Graduate Weston 
High School. Major in Landscape Architec- 
ture. Maroon Key, 2. Football, I. Hockey, 
1,2,4. Baseball, 1,2,3. Theta Chi. 



Raymond Benedict Jordan 

24 Lancaster Avenue Revere 

Born 1915 at Revere. Graduate Revere High 
School. Transfer from Worcester Polytechnic 
Institute. Major in Education. Collegian, 3, 
4. Press Club, 4. Newman Club, 3, 4. Inter- 
fraternity Council, 3, 4. Mathematics Club, 
3, 4. Phi Sigma Kappa. 



John Kabat 

South Street Hatfield 

Born 1915 at Hatfield. Graduate Smith 
Academy. Major in Economics. Basketball, 
4 (Manager). 



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Samuel Klibanoff 

77 Melba Avenue Springfield 

Born 1916 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Phi Lambda Tau. 



William Frank Kewer 

60 Claybourne Street Dorchester 

Born 1916 at Dorchester. Graduate Boston 
English High School. Major in Economics. 
Men's Glee Club, 2. Football, 4 (Manager). 
Phi Sigma Kappa. 



Joseph George Kennedy 

78 Brainard Road Brighton 

Born 1916 at Weirs, New Hampshire. Gradu- 
ate Quincy High School. Major in Entomology. 
Men's Glee Club, 1. Fernold Entomology 
Club, 3, 4. Newman Club, 1 , 2, 3, 4. Mathe- 
matics Club, 2, 3. Soccer, 1, 2, 3, 4 (Cap- 
tain). Baseball, 2. Q. T. V. (Secretary, 3). 



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Richard Berry Knowlton 

60 Cedar Street Maiden 
Born 1914 at Maiden. Graduate Maiden 
High School. Major in Economics. Cross- 
country, 1. Soccer, 4 (Manager). Kappa 
Epsilon. 



Harry Frederick Koch 

384 Main Street Greenfield 

Born 1916 at Greenfield. Graduate Green- 
field High School. Major in Distributed 
Sciences. Collegian, 1, 2, 3 (Circulation 
Manager), 4. Band, 1. Men's Glee Club, 4. 
Interfraternity Council, 2, 3, 4. Mathematics 
Club, 2. Pre-Med. Club, 3. Baseball, 3. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. (Vice-President, 4). 



Rudolph William Kuc 

33 Queen Street Holyoke 

Born 1915 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke 
High School. Major in Chemistry. Chemis- 
try Club, 4. Soccer, 1. 



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John Edward Landers 

1 34 Westfield Road Holyoke 

Born 1915 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke 
High School. Major in Chemistry. Football, 
1. Advanced Military, 3, 4. Chemistry Club, 
4. Q. T. V. 



Laurence Harwood Kyle 

East Main Street Huntington 

Born 1916 at Huntington. Graduate Hunt- 
ington High School. Major in Pre-Medical. 
Football, 1. Soccer, 2, 3 (M), 4 (M). Base- 
ball, 1. Newman Club, 1, 2. Pre-Med. Club, 
3,4. 



Henry Shoub Kushlan 

23 Cottage Street Boston 

Born 1914 at Chicago, Illinois. Graduate 
Boston English High School. Major in Bac- 
teriology and Physiology. Football, 1. Bac- 
teriology Club, 4. 



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Wendell Edward Lapham 

4 Concord Street Carlisle 

Born 1915 at Carlisle. Graduate Concord 
High School. Major in Economics. Class 
President, 2, 3. Adelphia, 4. Student Senate, 
3, 4 (Vice-President). Spring Track, 2 (M), 
3 (M), 4 (M). Football, 2 (M), 3 (M), 4 
(M). Baseball, 2, 3. Lambda Chi Alpha. 



Philip Dumaresq Layfon 

37 Shaw Street West Newton 

Born 1912 at Dorchester. Graduate Newton 
High School. Major in Landscape Architec- 
ture. Maroon Key, 2. Horticulture Show 
Committee, 4. Carnival Committee, 3, 4. 
Informal Committee, 3, 4. Outing Club, 4. 
Landscape Club, 3, 4. Interfraternity Coun- 
cil, 3 ,4. Football, 1. Spring Track, 2. Theta 
Chi. 



William Ames Leighton, Jr. 

25 Williston Road Auburndale 

Born 1914 at Fitchburg. Graduate Newton 
High School. Major in Psychology and Eco- 
nomics. Roister Doisters, 4. Maroon Key, 2. 
Winter Track, 2, 3, 4. Theta Chi. (Vice- 
President, 2. President, 3, 4), 



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Sidney Liberfarb 

31 Hiawatha Road Mattapan 

Born 1915 at Boston. Graduate Boston Latin 
School. Major in Economics. Menorah Club, 
1 , 2, 3, 4. Soccer, 1 , 2, 3. Basketball, 1 . In- 
ternational Relations Club, 4. 



Walter Fredric Lewis 

128 Lowell Street Andover 

Born 1913 at Andover. Graduate Essex County 
Agricultural School. Major in Poultry. Men's 
Debating Team, 4. Cross-Country, 1 , 2. 
Kappa Epsilon. 



Morris Lerner 

92 Woodside Terrace Springfield 

Born 1 91 6 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major in Chemistry. Men's 
Glee Club, 2. Chemistry Club, 4 (Treasurer). 
Mathematics Club, 3, 4. Football, 1. Base- 
ball, 1. Bacteriology Club, 4. Phi Kappa Phi. 
Phi Lambda Tau. 



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Max Lilly 

39 Linwood Street Maiden 

Born 1914 at Maiden. Graduate Maiden 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Men's Debating Team, 1 , 2, 3, 4. Menorah 
Club, 1,2,3,4. Football, 1. 



Leo David Lipman 

38 Jefferson Street Springfield 

Born 1916 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major in Chemistry. Physics 
Club, 3. Menorah Club, 1, 2, 3. Chemistry 
Club, 4. Mathematics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Hockey, 1, 2, 3. Phi Kappa Phi. Phi Lambda 
Tou. 



Isadore Ludwin 

40 Magnolia Street Maiden 

Born 1 91 5 at Maiden. Graduate Maiden High 
School. Major in Animal Husbandry. Animal 
Husbandry Club, 3, 4. 



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Thomas Francis McMahon, Jr. 

56 Oak Square Avenue Brighton 

Born 1914 at Brighton. Graduate Brighton 
High School. Major in Forestry. Phi Sigma 
Kappa. 



Emil Marciniak 

16 Adams Street Easthampton 

Born 1915 at Easthampton. Graduate East- 
hampton High School. Major in Chemistry. 
Chemistry Club, 3, 4. Mathematics Club, 3. 



Thomas Joseph Maguire 

206 Franklin Street Haverhill 

Born 1914 at Haverhill. Graduate Haverhill 
High School. Major in Economics. Newman 
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Mathematics Club, 1, 2. 
Soccer, 1,2. Baseball, 1. Q. T. V. 



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Edmund James McNally 

36 Park Street Palmer 

Born 1916 at Springfield. Graduate Palmer 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 



John Edmund McNally 

36 Park Street Palmer 

Born 1916 at Springfield. Graduate Palmer 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Basketball, 1, 2, 3 (M), 4. 



Charles Harold Meyers 

Log Plain Road Greenfield 

Born 1916 at Westfield, New Jersey. Gradu- 
ate Greenfield High School. Major in Eco- 
nomics. Outing Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Christian 
Federation, 1 . Cross-Country, 1 , 2. Spring 
Track, 1, 2, 3. Social Science Club, 1, 2. 



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Raymond Arthur Minzner 

16 Graichen Terrac? Lawrence 

Born 1915 at Lawrence. Graduate Lawrence 
High School. Major in Mathematics and 
Physics. Outing Club, 4. Physics Club, 3, 4. 
Radio Club, 3, 4. American Student Union, 
3. Mathematics Club, 2, 3, 4. 



Ivan Charles Minott, Jr. 

West Deerfield 
Born 1914 at Greenfield. Graduate Deerfield 
Academy. Major in Economics. Orchestra 
1. Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. Men's Glee Club, 1. 
Outing Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Cross-Country, 1. 
Track, 1. Social Science Club, 1, 2. 



George MacLean Milne 

6 Glen Road Lexington 

Born 1915 at Simsbury, Connecticut. Gradu- 
ate Lexington High School. Major in History 
and Sociology. Index, 3 (Editor-in-Chief). 
Student Religious Council, 3. Christian Fed- 
eration, 1, 2, 3 (President), 4. Cross-Country, 
1,2. Phi Kappa Phi. Kappa Epsilon (Assist- 
ant Treasurer, 2, 3. Secretary, 4). 



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Gordon Moody 

30 Sunset Avenue Amherst 

Born 1915 at Bridgeport, Connecticut. Grad- 
uate Amherst High School. Major in Physics. 
Roister Doisters, 2, 3, 4. Outing Club, 1, 2, 3 
(Treasurer), 4 (President). Dad's Day Com- 
mittee, 4. Kappa Epsilon. 



Walter Benjamin Moseley 

52 Cooper Street Agawam 

Born 1914 at Glastonbury, Connecticut. 
Graduate Agawam High School. Major in 
Landscape Architecture. Men's Glee Club, 

1.2. Bay State Revue, 1 . Class Sergeant-at- 
Arms, 2. Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball, 1, 

2.3. Track, 1. Lambda Chi Alpha. (Vice- 
President, 2). Advanced Military, 3, 4. 



William Henry Moss 

34 Taber Street Foirhaven 

Born 1911 at Wilmslow, England. Graduate 
Foirhaven High School. Major in English. In- 
dex, 3 (Literary Editor). Football, 1. Spring 
Track, 1. Awarded Silver Medal for Aca- 
demic Activities. Phi Kappa Phi. Kappa Ep- 
silon. (Vice-President, 3). 



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Anthony Joseph Nogelo 

59 Herbert Street Framingham 

Born 1915 at Framingham. Graduate Fram- 
ingham High School. Major in Mathematics 
and Geology. 



Elliot Houghton Newcomb 

54 West River Street Orange 

Born 1915 at Chicago, Illinois. Graduate 
Orange High School. Major in English and 
History. Roister Doisters, 2. Interfraternity 
Council, 3, 4. Kappa Epsilon. (President, 3, 
4). 



Willard Squier Munson 

101 Butterfield Terrace Amherst 

Born 1916 at Walpole. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Major in Economics. Roister 
Doisters, 2. Football, 1. Kappa Sigma. 



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Jo3eph Conrad Nowakowski 

31 Franklin Street Easthampton 

Born 1917 at Easthampton. Graduate East- 
hampton High School. Major in Economics. 
Men's Debating Team, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



George Edward O'Brien 

148 Crescent Street Northampton 

Born 1915 at Northampton. Graduate St. 
Michoel's High School. Major in Chemistry. 
Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Chemistry Club, 4. 
Football, 1, 3, 4. Spnng Track, 3. 



Lemuel Osborne, Jr. 

17 Park Street Tenafly, New Jersey 

Born 1 91 4 at East Orange, New Jersey. Grad- 
uate Tenafly High School. Major in Animal 
Husbandry. Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. Outing Club, 
1, 2, 3 (Secretary), 4 (Treasurer). Dairy 
Club, 2. Animal Husbandry Club, 1, 2, 3 
(Secretary), 4 (President). 



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David Allen Peterson 

15 Oakland Avenue Methuen 

Born 1914 at Methuen. Graduate Staunton 
Military Academy. Major in Education. 
Band, 1, 2. Advanced Military, 3, 4. Inter- 
fraternity Council, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club, 
4 (President). Soph-Senior Hop Committee, 
2. Stowell Cup 1936 Horse Show. Alpha 
Sigma Phi. 



Robert Charles Perriello 

2 Fernald Terrace Dorchester 

Born 1912 at Dorchester. Graduate New 
Hampton Prep. Major in Dairy Industry. 
Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Q. T. V. 



Robert Bishop Peckham 

122 Woburn Street Medford 

Born 1914 at Medford. Graduate Medford 
High School. Major in History, Economics 
and Sociology. Senate, 3, 4. Football, 1 2 
3, 4. Baseball, 1, 2, 3. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



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James Aaron Pickering 

43 Bay State Road Boston 

Born 191 4 at Inibiscene, Washington. Gradu- 
ate Boston English High School. Major in 
Distributed Sciences. Band, 1 . Men's Glee 
Club, 1, 3. Bay State Revue, 3. Football, 1, 
2. Track, 2. Basketball, 1 . Radio Club, 4 



Alfred Herbert Planting 

16 North East Street Amherst 

Born 1914 at Worcester. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Major in Economics. 



Roger Kingman Pratt, Jr. 

146 Summer Street Brockton 

Born 1915 at Brockton. Graduate Brockton 
High School. Major in Entomology. Fernald 
Entomology Club, 3, 4. Phi Kappa Phi. 



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Prescotf Langdon Richards 

44 Maple Street Florence 

Born 1916 at Northampton. Graduate North- 
ampton High School. Major in Chemistry. 
Football,!. Swimming, 2. Chemistry Club, 4. 



Lee Wilson Rice, Jr. 

Main Street Wilbraham 

Born 1916 at Wilbraham. Graduate Tech- 
nical High School, Springfield. Major in 
Pomology. Horticulture Show Committee, 4. 
Cross-Country, 3 (Manager). Fruit Judging 
Team, 3. Phi Sigma Kappa. (Inductor, 3, 4.) 



William Augustus Raynes, Jr. 

103 Milton Avenue Hyde Park 

Born 1915 at Hyde Park. Graduate Hyde 
Park High School. Major in Physics and 
Bacteriology. Lambda Chi Alpha. 



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George Robert Richason 

Riverside Turners Falls 

Born 1916 at Turners Foils. Graduate Tur- 
ners Falls High School. Major in Chemistry. 
Basketball, 1. Chemistry Club, 4, 



Louis Everett Roberts 

38 Adams Street Lexington 

Born 1914 at St. Louis, Missouri. Graduate 
Huntington Prep. Major in Landscape Archi- 
tecture. Index, 3 (Art Editor). Landscape 
Club, 3, 4. Cross-Country, 1 , 2, 3, 4. Spring 
Track, 3, 4. Phi Sigma Kappa (Treasurer), 4. 



Paul Hubbard Rosberry 

North Street Erving 

Born 1915 at Gardner. Graduate Orange 
High School. Major in Economics. Band, 1, 
2. Newman Club, 1. Football, 1. Track, 1, 
2. Hockey, 3, 4 (Manager). 



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John Ruffley, Jr. 

88 Adams Street New Bedford 

Born 1911 at New Bedford. Graduate New 
Bedford High School. Major in Chemistry. 
Men's Glee Club, 1/2. Press Club, 2, 3. Ad- 
vanced Military, 3, 4. Chemistry Club, 4. 
Soccer, 1 , 2, 3. Spring Track, 1 . Kappa Ep- 
silon. (Vice-President, 3). 



David Patrick Rossiter, Jr. 

22 Ferry Street Maiden 

Born 1 91 4 at Mexico City, Mexico. Graduate 
Kents Hill Seminary, Maine. Major in Dis- 
tributed Social Sciences. Senate, 3, 4. Ma- 
roon Key, 2 (President). Outing Club, 1, 2, 
3, 4. Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 (President). 
History-Sociology Club, 2. Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. 
(Captain). Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4. Soph-Senior 
Hop Committee, 2 (Chairman). Mardi Gras, 
2 (Committee Chairman). Winter Carnival 
Coimmittee, 3 (Chairman), 4 (Social Chair- 
man). Adelphia, 4 (President). Student Re- 
ligious Council, 3, 4. Informal Committee, 4 
(Chairman). Class President, 4. Social 
Union Committee, 3, 4. Red Cross Drive, 4. 
Class Nominating Committee, 4. 



Kenwood Ross 

36 Harkness Avenue Springfield 

Born 1915 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major in Economics. Interfra- 
ternity Council, 2, 3 (Secretary). Collegian, 
2, 3. Military Ball Committee, 3. Advanced 
Military, 3, 4. Lambda Chi Alpha. (Secre- 
tary, 2. President, 3). 



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James Marcus Ryan 

687 Highland Avenue Needham Heights 

Born 1915 at Needham Heights. Graduate 
Needham High School. Major in Social 
Sciences. Honor Council, 1, 2, 3 (Secretary), 4. 



Robert Ryer, III. 

1 Bridgman Lane South Hadley 

Born 1 914 at Bayonne, New Jersey. Graduate 
South Hadley High School. Major in Zoology. 



Henry Jerome Sampson 

Blossom Road North Westport 

Born 1916 at Fall River. Graduate Westport 
High School. Major in Animal Husbandry. 
Cross-Country, 3. Baseball,!. Alpha Siama 
Phi. 



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Norman Louis Sheffield 

Enfield 
Born 1915 at Nashua, New Hampshire. 
Graduate Mount Hermon Prep. Major in 
Economics. Football, 1. Baseball, 1, 2, 3. 

Kappa Sigma. 



Stanley Francis Seperski 

Parker Hill East Pepperell 

Born 1912 in Poland, Graduate Pepperell 
High School. Major in Botany. Academic 
Activities Board, 2, 3. Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. Foot- 
ball, 1,3. Hockey, 1,2,3. Q. T. V. 



Charles Leonard San Clemente 

40 East Walnut Street Mi I ford 

Born 1914 at Milford. Graduate Milford 
High School. Major in Chemistry. Newman 
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Mathematics Club, 2, 3. 
Orchestra, 1,2, 3, 4. Q. T. V. (Secretary, 3). 



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Philip Beryl Shiff 

Standish Street Duxbury 

Born 1914 at Dorchester. Graduate Duxbury 
High School. Major in Agricultural Economics. 
Menorah Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Collegian, 2, .3. 
Track, 2, 3. 



Milton Silverman 

162 Belmont Street Maiden 

Born 1913 at Boston. Graduate Maiden High 
School. Major in Bacteriology. American 
Student Union, 3. Bacteriology Club, 4. 



Walter Simonsen 

196 Shute Street Everett 

Born 1914 at East Boston. Graduate Everett 
High School. Major in Horticultural Manu- 
factures. Football, 1. Baseball, 1. Horticul- 
tural Show Committee, 4. Bacteriology Club, 
4. Theta Chi. 



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Philip James Spear 

Charlemont 
Born 1914 at Springfield. Graduate Charle- 
mont High School. Major in Entomology. In- 
dex, 3. Student Religious Council, 2, 3. Out- 
ing Club, 1 . Fernald Entomology Club, 3, 4. 
Christian Federation, 2, 3. Football,!. Base- 
ball, 1 . Spring Track, 2. 



Saul Stnall 

33 Allendale Street Springfield 

Born 1912 at Everett. Graduate Chicopee 
High School. Major in Chemistry. Chemistry 
Club, 4. 



Harold Anthony Sleeper 

719 Salem Street South Groveland 

Born 1915 at South Groveland. Graduate 
Groveland High School. Major in Bacteri- 
ology. Bacteriology Club, 4. 



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Robert Leroy Spiller, Jr. 

44 Western Avenue Beverly 

Born 191 5 at Beverly. Graduate Beverly High 
School. Major in Zoology. Academic Activi- 
ties Board, 4. Band, 2, 3, 4 (Manager). 
Adelphia, 4. Maroon Key, 2. Carnival Com- 
mittee, 3. Outing Club, 2, 3, 4. Dad's Day 
Committee, 4. Class Sergeant-at-Arms, 3. 
Spring Track, 1. Phi Sigma Kappa. (Presi- 
dent, 4). 



Edward Parsons Swan, Jr. 

4 Hoi lock St. Amherst 

Born 1916 at South Deerfield. Graduate 
Deerfield High School. Major in Languages 
and Literature. 



Carl P. Swanson 

4 Pigeon Hill Court Rockport 

Born 1911 at Rockport. Graduate Rockport 
High School. Major in Botany. Senate, 2, 
3,4. Maroon Key, 2 (Vice-President). Class 
Treasurer, 3 and 4. Inter-Class Athletic 
Board 1, 2, 3 (Secretary). 



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Edward Jesse Thacker 

6 Hutchinson Street Winthrop 

Born 1915 at Concord, New Hampshire. 
Graduate Greenfield High School. Major in 
Chemistry. Track; 2. Hockey, 1, 2. Kappa 
Sigma. 



John Joseph Talinski 

1 Fairland Street Roxbury 
Born 1916 at Roxbury. Graduate Boston 
Latin School. Major in Pre-Medical. Ad- 
vanced Military, 3, 4. Pre-Med. Club, 4 
(Vice-President). 



Clifford Ernest Symancyk 

26 Nobel Street Westfield 

Born 1 91 5 at Westfield. Graduate Westfield 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Interfraternity Council, 2, 3. Collegian, 1, 2, 
3. Kappo Sigma. 



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Albert Stetson Thomas 

75 Central Street' Brattleboro, Vermont 

Born 1914 at Jacksonville, Vermont. Gradu- 
ate Brattleboro High School. Major in Eco- 
nomics. Debating Team, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Francis Joseph Thomas 

167 Montague City Road Turners Falls 

Born 1916 at Middleboro. Graduate Turners 
Falls High School. Major in Physics and 
Mathematics. 



Robert William Thorndike 

6 Strathmore Road Lawrence 

Born 1915 at Medford. Graduate Fairfield 
High School, Fairfield Connecticut. Major 
in Landscape Architecture. Index, 3. Ma- 
roon Key, 2. Orchestra, 1. Band, 1, 2, 3. 
Outing Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Landscape Club, 
3, 4. Soccer, 1. Swimming, 1, 2, 3, 4. Phi 
Sigma Kappa. 



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Haskell Solomon Tubiash 

87 Wheatland Avenue Dorchester 

Born 1913 at Boston. Graduate Roxbury 
Memorial High School. Major in Dairy In- 
dustry and Bacteriology. Outing Club, 1. 
Dairy Club, 3, 4. Menorah Club, 2, 3, 4. 
Cross-Country, 2 (Ass't Manager). Spring 
Track, 1, 2. Bacteriology Club, 4. 



Everett Lowe Trombly 

3 Hampden Street Indian Orchard 

Born 1912 at Indian Orchard. Transfer from 
University of Vermont. Major in Economics. 



Donald Frederick Thurlow 

27 Cleveland Street Greenfield 

Born 1914 at New York City. Graduate 
Deerfield Academy. Major in Entomology. 
Fernald Entomology Club, 3, 4. Football, 1, 
2. Swimming, 1, 2, 3 (M), 4. Spring Track, 
1,2 (M), 3 (M). 



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Donald Kent Tucker 

85 South Street ' Foxboro 

Born 1916 at Norfolk. Graduate Foxboro 
High School. Major in Psychology. Men's 
Glee Club, 4. Psychology Club, 4 (Vice- 



President) 
4). 



Lambda Chi Alpha. (Treasurer, 



Harvey Gay Turner 

South Main Street Andover 

Born 1 91 5 at Andover. Graduate Phillips An- 
dover Academy. Major in Dairy Industry. 
Honor Council, 3, 4. Outing Club, 1. Ad- 
vanced Military, 3, 4. Interfraternity Coun- 
cil, 2, 3, 4. Soccer, 2, 4. Q. T. V. (Presi- 
dent, 3, 4). 



John Albert Tuttle 

40 Prescott Street Torrington, Connecticut 
Born 1915 at Winsted, Connecticut. Gradu- 
ate Suffield School. Major in Floriculture. 
Maroon Key, 2, Horticulture Show Commit- 
tee, 4. Theta Chi. 



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Donald Edward Weaver 

1716 Dwight Street Springfield 

Born 1914 at Fort Wayne, Indiana. Gradu- 
ate Classical High School, Springfield. Major 
in Economics. Men's Glee Club, 1 . Bay State 
Revue, 2. Football, 1. Kappo Sigma. 



Harold Irving Watts 

9 High Street Amherst 

Born 1914 at Amherst. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Major in History, French, Eng- 
lish. Roister Doisters, 3, 4. Outing Club, 1, 
2. Sophomore Class Play. Social Science 
Club, 1,2. 



James Saul Waldman 

322 Chopin Terrace Springfield 

Born 1916 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major in Psychology. History- 
Sociology Club, 3. Psychology Club, 4. 
Menorah Club, 3, 4. Phi Lambda Tau. 



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Ira Bertram Whitney 

244 Elm Street West Springfield 

Born 1909 at Ludlow. Self Prepared. Major 
in Chemistry. Physics Club, 3, 4. Chemistry 
Club, 3, 4. Mathematics Club, 3, 4. Cross- 
country, 1, 2, 3, 4. (Manager). Spring Track, 
1, 2, 3 (Manager). 



Frederick Winsor Whittemore 

Bay Road Stoughton 

Born 1916 at Boston. Graduate Jamaica 
Plains FHigh School. Ma|or in Entomology. 
Spring Track, 1,2,3,4. Q. T. V. 



Myron Albert Widlansky 

193 Fountain Street Springfield 

Born 1917 dt Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major in Pre-Medical. Or- 
chestra, 1, 2. Menoroh Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Pre- 
Med. Club, 4. Mathematics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Soccer, 1 . Phi Lambda Tau. (Treasurer, 3). 



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Karol Stanley Wisnieski 

36 Hillside Road South Deerfield 

Born 1913 at South Deerfield. Graduate 
Deerfield Academy. Major in Dairy Industry. 
Men's Glee Club, 2, 3. Dairy Club, 3. New- 
man Club, 4. Mathematics Club, 2, 4. Foot- 
ball, 1. Q. T. V. (Recording Secretary, 4). 



Frederick Joseph Wishart 

13 Fourth Street Turners Falls 

Born 1915 at Turners Falls. Graduate Tur- 
ners Falls High School. Major in Bacteri- 
ology and Physiology. Bacteriology Club, 4. 



Sidney Williams 

120 Main Street 
Born 1915 at Peabody. Graduate Peobody 
High School. Major in Chemistry. Chemistry 
Club, 4, 



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Raymond Wyman 

14 Highland Avenue Westfield 

Born 1915 at Blandford. Graduate Westfield 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Index, 3 (Ass't Business Manager). Student 
Religious Council, 3, 4 (President). Christian 
Federation, 2, 3, 4 (President). Interfrater- 
nity Council, 3, 4 (Vice-President). Mathe- 
matics Club, 2, 3. Alpha Gamma Rho 
(Treasurer, 4). 



Arthur Jacob Zuckerman 

320 Onota Street Pittsfield 

Born 1915 at Pittsfield. Graduate Pittsfield 
High School. Major in Chemistry. Men's 
Debating Team, 1, 2. Chemistry Club, 4. 



John William Zukei 

55 Fort Street Northampton 

Born 1916 at Northampton. Graduate North- 
ampton High School. Moior in Entomology. 
Fernald Entomology Club, 3, 4. 



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Dorothy Bollard 

Hardwick Road Gilbertville 

Born 1914 at Gilbertville. Graduate Hardwick 
High School. Major in Home Economics. 
Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Newman 
Club, 1,2,3,4. Y. W. C. A., 1. 



Barbara Edwards Baggs 

Belchertown 
Born 1915 at Holyoke. Graduate Belcher- 
town High School. Major in English. 



Rose Jane Ash 

22 Belvidere Avenue 
Born 1914 at Holyoke. 
High School. Major ir 
Club, 1,2,3,4. 



Holyoke 
Graduate Holyoke 
English. Newman 



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Lois Brewster Barnes 

58 Center Street Florence 

Born 1913 at Florence. Graduate Mary Burn- 
ham School. Major in Home Economics. 
Home Economics Club, 1 , 2, 3, 4. Sigma Beta 
Chi. 



Alice Barlow Bevington 

46 Tower Hill Street Lawrence 

Born 1916 at Lawrence. Graduate Lawrence 
High School. Major in Biological Sciences. 
Women's Glee Club, 4. Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3. 
Bacteriology Club, 4. 



Catherine Martha Birnie 

7 Howard Street Ludlow 

Born 1916 at Ludlow. Graduate Ludlow High 
School. Major in Home Economics. Women's 
Glee Club, 1, 2. Honor Council, 4. Home 
Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Mother's Day 
Committee, 3, 4. Sigma Beta Chi (Social 
Chairman, 4. Rushing Chairman, 3). 



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Alma Ruth Boyden 

Boylston 
Born 1915 at Worcester. Graduate North 
High School. Major in Social Sciences. 
Women's Glee Club, 3, 4. Lead Role: "Trial 
by Jury", 3. Utopia Limited, 4. Intersorority 
Council, 3, 4. Women's Rifle Team, 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Bay State Revue, 3. Women's Vesper Choir, 
3. Phi Zeta. 



Mary Elizabeth Boucher 

254 East Street Easthampton 

Born 1914 at Easthampton. Graduate East- 
hampton High School, Major in Home Eco- 
nomics. Women's Glee Club, 2, 3. Home 
Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Bay State Revue, 
3. Newman Club, 2. Sigma Beta Chi. 



Ruth Blassberg 

30 Park Street Turners Falls 

Born 1916 at Turners Falls. Graduate Tur- 
ners Falls High School. Transfer from Pem- 
broke College. Major in Economics. Students 
Religious Council, 4. Menorah Club, 2, 3 
(Secretary-Treasurer), 4 (Vice-President). 
Mathematics Club, 2, 3, 4. International Re- 
lations Club, 4. Flint Oratorical Contest, 4. 
Delegate to Model League of Nations, 3. Sig- 
ma Iota. (Treasurer and Historian, 3. Sec- 
retary, 4). 



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Priscilla Marie Bradford 

Wilbur Street North Raynham 

Born 1915 at Boston. Graduate Taunton 
High School. Major in Economics. Women's 
Glee Club, I, 2, 3. Carnival Ball Committee, 
3. Newman Club, 3, 4. Dad's Day Commit- 
tee, 4. Sigma Beta Chi. (Secretary, 3, 4. 
Athletic Captain, 2, 3). 



Mary Rebecca Breinig 

Northfield 
Born 1914 at Allentown, Pennsylvania. Grad- 
uate Northfield High School. Major in Eng- 
lish. Y. W. C. A., 1. Women's Rifle Team, 
2. Phi Zeta. 



Lucille Constance Brouillet 

51 Dresden Street Springfield 

Born 1915 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Transfer from Springfield Junior 
College. Major in Distributed Sciences. 



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Muriel Elizabeth Cain 

Conway 
Born 1915 at North Adams. Graduate South 
Deerfield High School. Major in English. 
Bay State Revue, 1. Phi Zeta. 



Marjorie Grant Cain 

Conway 
Born 1915 at North Adams. Graduate South 
Deerfield High School. Major in English, 
Bay State Revue, 1 . Phi Zeta. 



Dorothy Imogene Brown 

West Street Feeding Hills 

Born 1916 at Agawam. Graduate Agawam 
High School. Major in Home Economics. 
Women's Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Home Eco- 
nomics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Class Vice-President, 
2, 3. Psychology Club, 4. Sigma Beta Chi. 
(Vice-President, 4). 



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Margaret Calkins 

Harvard 
Born 1914 at North Abington. Graduate 
Concord High School. Major in Home Eco- 
nomics. Women's Glee Club, 4. Outing 
Club, ]. Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. 
M. S. C. 4-H Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Barbara May Clark 



Born 1915 at Charlton. Graduate Charlton 
High School. Major in Languages and Liter- 
ature. Christian Federation, 1, 2, 3, 4 
M. S. C. 4-H Club, 1,2, 3, 4. Psychology 
Club, 4. Alpha Lambda Mu. 



Barbara Ruth Clark 

Ashfield 
Born 1916 at Ashfield. Graduate Sanderson 
Academy, Ashfield. Major in Chemistry and 
Bacteriology. Women's Glee Club, 2, 3. 
Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3. Bacteriology Club, 4. 
Boy State Revue, 3. 



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Dorothea Margaret Donnelly 

William Street Chester 

Born 1916 at Springfield. Graduate Chester 
High School. Major in Home Economics. In- 
dex, 3 (Assistant Editor). Women's Glee 
Club, 4. Honor Council, 4. Home Economics 
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. 
M. S. C. 4-H Club, 1, 2. Intersorority Coun- 
cil, 2, 3, 4 (Vice President). Y. W. C. A., 1, 
2 (Treasurer), 3. Lambda Delta Mu. (Presi- 
dent, 4). 



Elizabeth Louise Dodge 

106 Main Street Ashland 

Born 1914 at Ashland. Graduate Ashland 
High School. Major in Home Economics. 
Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Y W C 
A., 1 , 2, 3, 4. 



Virginia Justine Conner 

71 Franklin Street Westfield 

Born 1915 at Springfield. Graduate Westfield 
High School. Major in Home Economics. 
Women's Glee Club, 2, 4. Home Economics 
Club, 1 , 2, 3, 4. Y. W. C. A., 1 , 2. Phi Zeta. 



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Helen Anna Downing 

181 Park Street Holyoke 

Born 1916 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke 

High School. Major in English. Orchestra, 

1,4. Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Class Vice- 
President, 4. Bay State Revue, 1, 2, 3. Phi 
Zeta. 



Esther Mae Dunphy 

59 High Street South Hadley Falls 

Born 1916 at South Hadley. Graduate South 
Hadley High School. Major in Entomology. 
Alpha Lambda Mu. 



Angela Mary Filios 

Bates Road Westfield 

Born 1914 at Granville. Graduate Westfield 
High School. Major in Home Economics. In- 
dex, 3. Outing Club, 1. Home Economics 
Club, 4. Newman Club, 1 , 2, 3, 4. M. S. C, 
4-H Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Alpha Lambda Mu. 



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Phyllis Ann Gleason 

26 Grant Street Springfield 

Born 1915 at Springfield. Graduate Techni- 
cal High School. Major in Home Economics. 
Student Religious Council, 1, 2. Home Eco- 
nomics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. W. A. A., 4 (Presi- 
dent). Y. W. C. A., 1,2. 



Shirley Gale 

25 Rockaway Avenue Marblehead 

Born 1 91 5 at Broken Bow, Oklahoma. Gradu- 
ate Marblehead High School. Major in 
Botany. W. S. G. A. Council, 1, 2, 3, 4. Phi 
Kappa Phi. 



Lois Isabelle Fun 

492 High Street Holyoke 

Born 1915 at Amherst. Graduate Holyoke 
High School. Major in Bacteriology. W. A. 
A., 3 (Cabinet). Lambda Delta Mu. 



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Sylvia Shirley Goldsmith 

1 51 6 Dwight Street Springfield 

Born 1915 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major in Social Sciences. In- 
dex, 3. Women's Glee Club, 2. Menorch 
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Intersorority Council, 3, 4. 
Sigma Iota. (Secretary, 3. Vice-President, 4). 



Barbara Ramona Gordon 

69 Beverly Hills West Springfield 

Born 1916 at West Springfield. Graduate 
West Springfield High School. Major in 
Social Sciences. History-Sociology Club, 3, 4. 



Estella Caroline Goulding 

River Street Leicester 

Born 1916 at Leicester. Graduate Leicester 
High School. Major in Zoology. Women's 
Glee Club, 4. Psychology Club, 4. Alpha 
Lambda Mu. (Alumnae Secretary, 4). 



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Sarah Huntington Hopkins 

Tonsat Road Orleans 

Born 1915 at Orleans. Graduate Orleans 
High School. Major in Home Economics, 
Alpha Lambda Mu. 



Emily Madeline Healey 

1 50 Holyoke Street Easthampton 

Born 1913 at Easthampton. Graduate East- 
hampton High School. Major in English. 
Student Religious Council, 3. Y. W. C. A., 1, 
2, 3 (President). Women's Rifle Team, 1, 2, 
3,4. 



Sandra Gulben 

19 Wi I lard Avenue Worcester 

Born 1913 at Hanover. Graduate South High 
School, Worcester. Major in Pre-Medical. 
Index, 3 (Editorial Board). Collegian, 2, 3. 
Pre-Med. Club, 3, 4. Mathematics Club, 1, 
2. First Prize for Poetry, 2, 3. Music Record 
Club, 4 (President). Alpha Lambda Mu. 



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Edith Lillian Jackson 

Vernon Street Middleboro 

Born 1914 at Somerville. Graduate Memorial 
High School, Middleboro. Major in Home Eco- 
nomics. Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. 
M. S. C. 4-H Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Lambda Delta 
Mu. (Vice-President, 2), 



Dorothy Mary Joyce 

Haverhill Road Amesbury 

Born 1915 at Newburyport. Graduate Ames- 
bury High School. Major in Home Economics. 
Women's Glee Club, 3, 4. Home Economics 
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Lambda Delta Mu. (Secretary 3, 4). 



Barbara Knox Keck 

Temple Street Boylston 

Born 1915 at Worcester. Graduate Bancroft 
School, Worcester. Major in French. Aca- 
demic Activities Board, 4. Orchestra, 2, 3, 4. 
Women's Glee Club, 2, 3, 4. (Manager). 
Mathematics Club, 3. Choir, 2. Boy State 
Revue, 3. Music Record Club, 4. Phi Kappa 
Phi. 



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Katherine Louise Machmer 

25 Amity Street Amherst 

Born 1915 at Amherst. Graduate Deerfield 
Academy. Transfer from Wheaton College. 
Major in Economics. History-Sociology Club, 
3, 4. Sigma Beta Chi. 



Dorothy Elizabeth Lonnon 

30 Carlton Street Holyoke 

Born 1916 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke 
High School. Major in Languages. Orches- 
tra, 2, 4. Y. W. C. A., 2, 3. Alpha Lambda 
Mu. (Vice-President, 3. Secretary, 4). 



Ruth Kinsman 

27 Perrin Street Roxbury 

Born 1915 at Roxbury. Graduate Girls' Latin 
School. Major in Home Economics. Home 
Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Sigma Beta Chi. 



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Helena Clare McMahon 

56 Oak Square Avenue Brighton 

Born 1916 at Brighton. Graduate Boston 
Girls' Latin School. Major in Home Econom- 
ics. Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. New- 
man Club, I, 2, 3, 4. W. A. A., 3 (Council). 
Phi Zeta. 



Lucille Amelia Monroe 

13 Coolidge Avenue Southbridge 

Born 1916 at Southbridge. Graduate Mary 
E. Wells High School, Major in English. 
Women's Glee Club, 1 . Roister Doisters, 2. 

3, 4 (Vice-President) . Dad's Day Committee, 

4. Phi Kappa Phi. Sigma Beta Chi. (Presi- 
dent, 4). 



Joy Emma Moore 

38 Center Street Leeds 

Born 1914 at Hartford, Connecticut. Gradu- 
ate North High School. Major in Home Eco- 
nomics. Home Economics Club, 3, 4. Sigma 
Beta Chi. 



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Rita Agnes Provost 

86 Walnut Street North Agawam 

Born 1915 at North Agawam. Graduate 
Agawom High School. Major in Chemistry. 
Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Chemistry Club, 
4. Alpha Lambda Mu. 



Edith Evelyn Priest 

74 Parker Street Maynard 

Born 1915 at Maynard. Graduate Maynard 
High School. Major in English. Sigma Beta 
Chi. 



Nellie Mary Okolo 

Hadley 
Born 1 91 6 at New York City. Graduate Hop- 
kins Academy, Hadley. Major in Chemistry. 
Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. M. S. C. 4-H Club, 
1,2,3,4. Women's Glee Club, 2. Chemistry 
Club, 4. 



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Coroline Rita Rogers 

Holliston Street Medway 

Born 1916 at Mec'way. Graduate Medway 
High School. Major in English. Newman 
Club, 1,2, 3,4. Phi Zeta. 



Gladys Caroline Sawinski 

15 Warren Street 
Born 1915 at Taunton. 
High School. Major in 
Beta Chi. 



Taunton 
Graduate Taunton 
Education. Sigma 



Esther Elizabeth Smith 

1 1 Garfield Avenue Easthamptorr 

Born 1916 at Northampton. Graduate East- 
hampton High School. Major in Distributed 
Sciences. Women's Glee Club, 3. Bacteri- 
ology Club, 4. Lambda Delta Mu. (Treas- 
urer, 3). 



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Ruth Elizabeth Todt 

66 Worcester Street West Springfield 

Born 1915 at Springfield. Graduate West 
Springfield High School. Major in English. 
Women's Glee Club, 2. Intersorority Council, 
3, 4.' W. S. G. A., 2, 3 (Vice-President), 4 
(President). Sigma Beta Chi. 



Elinor Leola Stone 

26 East Myrtle Street Needham 

Born 1915 at Orange. Graduate Orange High 
School. Major in Economics. Carnival Com- 
mittee, 4. Dad's Day Committee, 2, 3, 4. 
Class Secretary, 2, 3, 4. W. S. G. A., 4 
(Treasurer). W. A. A., 2 (Vice-President). 
Bay State Revue, 1 . Sigma Beta Chi. 
(Treasurer, 3, 4). 



Frances Elizabeth Stepath 

45 East Alvord Street Spnngfield 

Born 1915 at Long Island City, New York. 
Graduate Classical High School, Springfield. 
Transfer from Springfield Junior College. 
Major in Home Economics. Outing Club, 3. 
Home Economics Club, 2, 3, 4. Newman Club, 
2, 3, 4. Mathematics Club, 3. Alpha Lambda 
Mu. 



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Helen May Warner 

Sunderland 
Born 1915 at Sunderland. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Major in Economics. 



Louise Isabel Warner 

Main Street Sunderland 

Born 1915 at Sunderland. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Major in Home Economics. 
Home Economics Club, 3, 4. 



Beatrice Rivoli Waxier 

15 Brookline Avenue Holyoke 

Born 1915 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke 
High School. Major in Home Economics. 
Women's Glee Club, 2, 3, 4. Home Economics 
Club, 3, 4. MenorahClub, 1,2, 3, 4. Inter- 
sorority Council, 3. Bay State Revue, 3. 
Mother's Day Committee, 3. Sigma Iota. 
(Treasurer, 2. Vice-President, 3. President, 
4). 



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Sarah Clark Wilcox 

22 Pope Street Hudson 

Born 1916 at North Attleboro. Graduate 
Hudson High School. Major in Economics. 
Mother's Day Committee, 3. Lambda Delta 
Mu. (Secretary, 3). 



Edith Lillian Whitmore 

Forestdale 
Born 1915 at Brighton, Colorado. Graduate 
Henry T. Wing High School, Sandwich, Mas- 
sachusetts. Major in Home Economics. 
Women's Glee Club, 2. Home Economics 
Club, 3, 4 (Social Chairman). M. S. C. 4-H 
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Intersorority Council, 2, 3 
(Secretary-Treasurer), 4 (President). W. A. 
A., 4. Alpha Lambda Mu. (President, 4). 



Eleanor Alice West 

Silver Street Sheffield 

Born 1915 at Hartford, Connecticut. Gradu- 
ate Sheffield High School. Major in Horti- 
cultural Manufactures. Alpha Lambda Mu. 
(Treasurer, 3). 



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Marian Kay Wingate 

232 Green Street Fairhaven 

Born 1915 at Shelton, Connecticut. Gradu- 
ate Norwich Academy, Norwicin, Connecticut. 
Major in Home Economics. Home Economics 
Club, 1, 2, 3 (Social Chairman), 4. Class 
Vice-President, 1. Intersorority Ushering 
Chairman, 4. Phi Zeta. (Vice-President, 3. 
President, 4). 



Judith Gail Wood 

781 Commercial Street Weymouth Heights 
Born 1 91 5 at Cohasset. Graduate Weymouth 
High School. Major in English. Y. W. C. A., 
2, 3 (Cabinet). Index, 3. Women's Glee 
Club, 2, 4. Christian Federation, 1, 2, 3. 
Lambda Delta Mu. 



Ruth Elizabeth Wood 

1 20 Morgan Street Holyoke 

Born 1915 at McKeesport, Pennsylvania. 
Graduate Holyoke High School. Major in 
Home Economics. Women's Glee Club, 2, 3, 
4. Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3 (Vice-Presi- 
dent), 4 (President). Danforth Sukker Fel- 
lowship, 1936. Phi Zeta. 



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FORMER MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1937 



Philip Anderson 
Herbert Atlas 
Carol Avery 
Arthur Avery 
Harold Ballway 
Lois Barnard 
Philip Becker 
Warren Bentley 
Nelson Betts, Jr. 
Harry Blolsdell 
Shirley Bliss 
Walter Bliss 
Sam Boxer 
Frank Brenno 
Gilbert Bristol, Jr. 
Frank Brox 
Warren Bryant, Jr. 
Dorothy Burnham 
Leo Carbonneau 
Frank Corr 
Fred Carter 
Jessie Chase 
Carl Ciosek 
Marie Cobb 
Howard Cohen 
Chester Conant 
William Crocker 
Lois Curry 
Edward Czelusnick 
Frederick Dame 
Phoebe Daniels 
Frederick Dickens 
Leah Domas 
Nellie Donnis 
Ellsworth Easton 
Chester Eisold 
Kenneth Farrell 
William Ferguson 
Frances Filipkowski 
Sobin Filipkowski 
Robert Fisher 



James Fleming 
Frederick Foerster, Jr. 
Edwina Goss 
Myrtle Greene 
Herbert Halpborn 
Virginia Halvorson 
Herbert Hatch, Jr. 
Clarence Haviland 
Burton Hess 
Julian Hodesh 
Priscilla Horton 
Priscillo Hutson 
Porter Jenks 
Howard Jensen 
Victor Jones 
Simon Katopes 
Edmund Keyes 
William Kirby 
Max Kramer 
John Kulesa 
Richard Kulya 
Frank Kuklewicr 
Whitney Lawrence 
Ivan Leclajr 
Daniel Levin 
Walter Lizak 
Gardner Lombard 
Frank Lyon 
Robert MacCurdy 
Charles Martin 
Justine Martin 
Janet McCorkindale 
Edwin Moore 
Timothy Moriorty 
John Morrison 
Edward Munson, Jr. 
William Munson 
Marion Nagle 
Barbara Nice 
Alfred Novick 
Barbara Oertel 



Sirkka Oikemus 
Robert O'Neill 
Otis Ovaska 
Lawrence Pearlman 
Charles Pederson 
Walter Perry 
Carl Pilot 
Tabor Polhemus 
Alger Powell 
Milton Radio 
Warren Rand 
Lester Reynolds, Jr. 
Robert Richmond 
Beatrice Rittermon 
Warren Rivers 
Francis Rogers 
Robert Rosenberg 
Charles Rosenbloom 
George Sanborn 
Richard Santucci 

Samuel Schirch 

Philip Schneider 

Warren Scholz 

Bernard Shea 

John Sinclair 

Francis Sovie 

Roger Smith 

Abraham Suher 

Mary Tatro 

Kenyon Taylor, II 

Frederick Theriault 

Emanuel Toder 

Phila Vaill 

Alida Wattles 

John Weotherby 

Leonard Webb 

Lucille Webber 

Howard White 

Carl Wildner 
Ruth Wilmes 
Philip Winsor 



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BOOK TWO 

CHAPTER II 





THE 
INDEX 



CLASS OF 1938 



OFFICERS 

President HERBERT E. BROWN 

Vice-President RUTH WOOD 

Treasurer FREDERICK J. SIEVERS 

Secretary JESSIE KINSMAN 

Captain DAVID MILDRAM 

Sergeant ct Arms FREDERICK RIEL 

HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1938 



On the seventeenth of September, nineteen hundred end thirty four, there 
straggled together o group of freshmen who were given, through no act of their own, 
the chronological number Thirty-eight. Their first deliberate act of unification was 
the election of class officers; to the posts of leadership they installed: Francis J. 
Riel, president; Ruth E. Wood, vice president; Frederick J. Sievers, treasurer; Jessie 
Kinsman, secretary; Gardner Burt, class captain; John T. Slocombe, sergeant-at-arms. 

Meanwhile the fraternities had been busily selecting, cajoling, and enticing the 
various freshmen to join the various fraternities; one hundred and twenty-six fresh- 
men succumbed to their temptations. At the same time the class had set itself 
to athletic attainment; though discouraged a trifle by the loss of the opening en- 
counter, a rope pull, with their opponents, the sophomores, they showed their superior 
ability by winning not only Razoo night, but all of the diverse sports events in which 
they were matched against their traditional opponents. Victory came to them in 
the football, soccer, basketball, and swimming meets. 




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HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1938 

In spite of all these distractions, the members of the class found time to worry 
over, and to study assiduously, their many subjects. In spite of rumors at Thanks- 
giving time, and in spite of a growing conviction of intellectual ineffectuality, the 
class managed to present a bruised contiguity to the approving eye of the Dean; 
final examinations left it rebuked and slightly diminished, but, nevertheless exalting 
in its partial adaptation. 

The spring brought with it assurance; the class had now won a certain prestige 
which, it knew, would soon grow, by accretion, to senioric splendor. To the Maroon 
Key, it elected its first student representatives: Richard Towie, president; David 
Mildram, vice president; Cyrus French, secretary-treasurer; Francis Riel, Herbert 
Brown, Norman Blake, Rex Avery, John Slocombe, William MacPhail, and Fred Sievers, 
members. Soon to its laurels it had added supremacy in track sports, and victory in 
the Sophomore — Freshman Day contests. Martha White brought further honor to 
the class by winning the Burnham Declamation Contest. So, on the eighth of June, 
the class of '38 left for its summer vacation; it left with relative inconspicuousness, 
but none the less it was secretly proud of its attainments. 

In the following fall the class returned to have the taunt of "sophomoric wis- 
dom" flung at it, and to face the taunt with sophomoric cynicism. The class en- 
couraged its timid athletic opponents, the freshmen, by condescending them victory 
in the rope pull, football and soccer events. To its class offices it elected: Francis 
Riel, president; Ruth Wood, vice president; Frederick Sievers, treasurer; Jessie Kins- 
man, secretary; David Mildram, Class Captain; Frederick Riel, sergeant-ot-arms. At 
a later election, necessitated by the withdrawal of its first two officers, it installed 
Herbert E. Brown as president and Elthea Thompson as vice president. As its senate 
members it elected Frederick J. Sievers, Herbert E. Brown, and Richard Towle. In 
the Burnham Declamation Contest, John Hoar and Frank Brox won first and second 
places respectively, to bring all honors to the class of Thirty-eight. 

As a finale to its sophomore year the class made its debut; it rose to social 
prominence in undertaking the Sophomore — Senior Hop successfully. Then it passed 
on to the dignity of its Junior year. 




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To its posts of honor in tine Junior year the class elected: Herbert E. Brown, 
president; Ruth Wood, vice president; Frederick J. Sievers, treasurer; Jessie Kins- 
man, secretary; David Mildram, Class Captain; Frederick Riel, sergeant-at-arms. To 
the captaincy of the nineteen thirty-eight football team came Frederick J. Sievers. 
The class was furthered in its assumption of power and prestige by the accession of 
its members to the INDEX under the leadership of George Rozwenc, and to the 
COLLEGIAN under the leadership of editors Frederick B, Lindstrom, Stanley A. Flower, 
and Julian H. Katzeff. 

The Winter Carnival, which merciless nature decreed should not be a winter 
carnival, brought some disappointment to the members of the committee, but to 
the representatives of the Junior class, Jessie Kinsman, Mitchell Jackson, end Craw- 
ford Adams, was given the consolation that all within their power had been success- 
fully fulfilled. 

So had progressed the class of Thirty-eight when this premature history was 
written. 



MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1938 



Crawford William Adams 

65 Leyfred Ter. 
Born 1915 at Springfield. 
High School Pre-Medical 
Club, 1, 2. Cheer Leader, 
Boseboll, i. Soccer, 2. 
Pre-Med. Club 3. 



Springfield 

Graduate Classical 

Student, Newman 

1, 2, Swimming, 1. 

Hockey, 1, 2 (M). 



Robert Edward Alcorn 

69 Hampden St. West Springfield 

Born 1916 at West Springfield. Graduate West 
Springfield High School. Major in Chemistry. 
Mathematics Club, 2. Track, 1, 2. Alpha 
Gamma Rho. Chem. Club 3. 



William Blodgett Avery 

Born 1917 at Charlemont. 
Academy. Major in Agriculture. 
M. S. C. 4-H Club, 1, 2, 3. 



Orchestra, 
Epsilon. 



Shelburne Falls 

Graduate Arms 

Outing Club, 2. 

Band, 1, 2, 3. 

Soccer, 1. Baseball, 1. Sigma Phi 



Warren Sears Baker, Jr. 

Spring St. Hanson 

Born 1917 at Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Graduate 
Whitman High School. Major in Distributed 
Sciences. Q. T. V. (Treasurer, 2). 



Royal Phillip Allaire 

26 Dickinson St. Northampton 

Born 1915 at Northampton. Graduate North- 
ampton High School. Major in Mathematics. 
Radio Club, 3. Mathematics Club, 1, 2, 3. 

Marshall Bigelow Allen 

Grafton 
Born 1915 at Worcester. Graduate Mount 
Hermon School. Major in Economics. Theta Chi. 

Arthur Chester Avery 

45 E. Pleasant St. Amherst 

Born 1915 at New London, Connecticut. Grad- 
uate Amherst High. 

Rexford Hanson Avery 

1 1 Loring St, Shrewsbury 

Born 1916 at Worcester. Graduate Worcester 
Academy. Major in Economics. Maroon Key, 2. 
Cornivol Committee, 2. Theto Chi. 



Elinor Prescott Boll 

19 Rockville Park Roxbury 

Born 1917 at Boston. Graduate High School of 
Practical Arts. Major in Home Economics. 
History-Sociology Club. 2, 3. Home Economics 
Club, 1, 2, 3. 

John Frederick Bargfrede 

Pearl River, New York 
Born 1916 at Pearl River, New York. Graduate 
Pearl River High School. Major in Dairy Hus- 
bandry. Outing Club, 1. Soccer, 1. 

Elizabeth Sherwood Barton 

25 Spring St. South Amherst 

Born 1916 at South Amherst. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Major in Home Economics. Home 
Economics Club, 3. (Administrative Board). 
Phi Zeto. 



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Richard Wallace Barton 

51 Amity St. Amherst 

Born 1916 at Providence, Rhode Island. Graduate 
Deerfield Academy. Major in History and 
Sociology. Soccer 1. 

Davis Wortham Beaumont- 

101 Pleasant St. Amiierst 

Born 1917 at- Amherst. Groduate Amherst High 
School. Major in Chemistry. Cross-Country, 1. 

Edgar Sidney Beaumont 

51 Amity St. Amherst 

Born 1915 ot Ithaca, New York. Graduate 
Amherst High School. Major in Landscape 
Architecture. Band, 1, 2. Cross-Country, 1, 
2 (M). Spring Track Team, Bay State Revue, 
2. Theto Chi. 

Marion Rose Becher 

53 Pleasantview Ave. Longmeodow 

Born 1917 at South Hodley Falls. Graduate 
Classical High School, Springfield. Major in 
Home Economics. Y. W. C. A., I. 2, (Cabinet, 
2,).. (World Fellowship, Chairman). Home 
Economics Club, 1, 2. (Vice-Pres. 3.) Lombdo 
Delta Mu. (Vice-Pres.) W.S.G.A. (Vice-Pres) 3. 

Harry Louis Belgrade 

10 Wilson Ave. Northampton 

Born 1914 at Eoston, Pennsylvania. Graduate 
Bulkeley High School, New London, Connecticut. 
Major in Languages and Literoture. 

Mederic Howard Beloin 

32 Elmwood Ave. Holyoke 

Born 1914 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major in Economics. Men's Glee Club, 
1, 2, 3. History-Sociology Club, 3. Newman 
Club, 3. Psychology Club, 3. Q. T. V. 

Kenneth Ellis Benson 

312 Washington St. Winchester 

Born 1916 at Winchester. Groduate Winchester 
High School. Major in Horticulture! Manufactur- 
ing. M. S. C. 4-H Club, 1, 2, 3. Alpha Gamma 
Rho. 



Edwin Alexander Bieniek 

9 Ivy Avenue Holyoke 

Born 1915 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major in Chemistry. Chemistry Club, 
3. Swimming Teom, 1,2, 3. 

Irving Binder 

188 Walnut Avenue Roxbury 

Born 1916 at Somerville. Graduate Boston Latin 
School. Major in Physical and Biological Sciences. 
Band, 1, 2. Interfroternity Council, 3. Pre-Med. 
Club, 3. Cross-Country Team, 1. Phi Lambda 
Tou, (Scribe, 2, 3.) 

Ruth Lydia Bixby 

Sunderland 
Born 1916 at Sunderland. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Major in Longuoges and Literature. 
Index (Assistant Art Editor), 3. Sigma Beta Chi. 

Harry Linwood Blaisdell 

37 Forest Avenue Greenfield 

Born 1915 at Dedham. Graduate Greenfield High 
School. Major in Landscape Architecture. Hor- 
ticultural Show Committee, 3. Outing Club, 1, 

2, 3. Landscape Club, 3. Interfroternity Coun- 
cil, 2, 3. Psychology Club, 3. Soccer Team, 3. 
Phi Sigma Koppo. 

Norman Perkins Blake 

15 Wilson Avenue Maiden 

Born 1914 at Maiden. Graduate Bridgton Aca- 
demy. Major in Economics. Maroon Key, 2. 
Carnival Committee, 2. History-Sociology Club, 

3. Newman Club, 2. Advanced Military, 3. 
Football, 1. Hockey, 1. Baseball, 1, 2. Soph- 
omore-Senior Hop Committee (Chairman). 
Lomdo Chi Alpha. 

Earl Alfred Blomberg 

97 Boutelle Street Leominster 

Born 1915 at Leominster. Graduate Leominster 
High School. Major in History and Economics. 
History-Sociology Club, 3. American Student 
Union, 3. Football, 1, 2, 3. Spring Track, I. 
Q. T. V. 



William Erving Bergman 

30 Church St. Shelburne Falls 

Born 1916 at Lourinburg, North Carolina. Gradu- 
ate Arms Academy. Major in Chemistry. Men- 
oroh Club, 1, 2, 3. Chemistry Club, 2, 3. Math- 
ematics Club, 2, 3. Phi Lambda Tou (Sergeant 
at Arms, 2). 



Esther Lillian Bloom 

21 Allendale Street Springfield 

Born 1917 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Transfer from Springfield Junior 
College. Major in Home Economics. Women's 
Glee Club, 2, 3. Home Economics Club, 3. 
Menoroh Club, 2, 3. Sigma .Iota. 



Joseph Raymond Bianco 

46 Quincy St. North Adams 

Born 1914 at North Adams. Graduate Drury 
High School. Tronsfer from Syracuse University. 
Major in History and Sociology. Newman Club, 3. 



Fred William Bode 

220 Corleton Street Lawrence 

Born 1915 at Lawrence. Graduate Lawrence 
High School. Major in Agricultural Economics. 
Mathematics Club, 1, 2. Cross-Country, I. 
Baseball, 1. 



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Carl John Bokina 

7 Prospect Street Hatfield 

Born 1916 at Hatfield. Graduate Smith Academy. 
Major in Social Sciences. History-Sociology Club, 

2. Football, 1. Baseball, 1. Basketball, 1. 
Alpha Sigma Phi. 

Stanley Milton Bozek 

19 Franklin Street Easthampton 

Born 1916 at Hazleton, Pennsylvania. Graduate 
Easthampton High School. Major in Economics. 
Band (Drum Major), 2, 3. Football, 1. 

Richard Irving Broy 

388 Essex Avenue Gloucester 

Born 1916 at Gloucester. Graduate Gloucester 
High School. Major in Chemistry. Chemistry 
Club, 3. Mathematics Club, 2, 3. Cross-Country, 

1 . Spring Track, 1 . 

Warren Clarence Bray 

East Street Granby 

Born 1913 at Granby. Graduate South Hadley 
High School. Transfer from Springfield College. 
Major in Economics and History. History-Sociol- 
ogy Club, 2, 3 M. S. C. 4-H Club, 2, 3. Model 
League of Nations, 2, 3. M. S. C. 4-H Club, 
Representative American Country Life Con- 
ference at Michigan, 1936. 

Fronk George Brenna 

43 Beach Street Milford 

Born 1912 at Milford. Graduate Milford High 
School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 

Elinor Brown 

7 Pleasant Street Leicester 

Born 1917 at North Adams. Graduate Leicester 
High School. Major in English. Intersorority 
Council, 3. Debating Teom, 1, 2. Lambda Delta 
Mu. 

Herbert Earl Brown 

98 Main Street Ashland 

Born 1914 at Attleboro. Graduate Ashland High 
School. Major in Economics. Student Senate, 3. 
Maroon Key, 2. Student Religious Council, 3. 
Carnival Committee, 2. Newman Club, 2, 3. 
Dad's Day Committee, 2, 3. Advanced Military, 

3. Class Officer, 2, 3. Football, 2, 3. 

Francis Michael Brox 

412 Broadway Drocut 

Born 1913 at Drocut. Graduate Lawrence High 
School. Major in English. Roister-Doisters, 2, 3.- 
Football, 1, 2, 3. 

Warren Estey Bryant 

Andover Road Billerica Center 

Born 1915 at Ayer. Graduate Howe High School. 
Major in Forestry. Football, 1. Cross-Country, 

2. Spring Track, 1, 2 (M), 



William Augustine Bullock 

35 Everett Street Arlington 

Born 1914 at Cambridge. Graduate Bridgton 
Academy. Major in History. Newman Club, 1, 
2, 3. Football, 1, 3. Hockey, 1, 3. Spring 
Track, 1. 

John George Bush 

82 4th Street Turners Falls 

Born 1916 at Turners Falls. Graduate Turners 
Falls High School. Major in Education. Football, 
1, 3. Basketball, 1, 2, 3. Baseball, 1, 2. 

Robert Daniel Buzzee 

104 East Street Easthampton 

Born 1917 at Easthampton. Graduate East- 
hampton High School. Major in Chemistry. 
Dad's Day Committee, 3. Advanced Military, 3. 
Soccer, 2, 3. Interfraternity Council, 3. Kappa 
Sigma. 

Helen Virginia Carew 

35 High Street Monson 

Born 1917 at. Palmer. Graduate Monson High 
School, Major in History and English. History- 
Sociology Club, 2. Index (Statistics Board) 3. 
Alpha Lambda Mu. 

Cynthia Ellen Carpenter 

Sterling 
Born 1916 at Auburn. Graduate North High 
School. Major in Social Sciences. Girl's Glee 
Club, 2. Alpha Lambda Mu. 

Frank Fairfield Carr 

32 Coolidge Rood Medford 

Born 1915 at Newtonville. Graduate Newton 
High School. Major in Economics. Advanced 
Military, 3. Swimming, 1. Hockey, 1. Cheer 
Leader, 1. Visiting Committee, 3. Theta Chi. 

Edward Francis Caruso 

16 Potton Street Springfield 

Born 1917 at Springfield. Graduate Springfield 
Junior College. Mojor in Distributed Sciences. 

John Bernard Casazza 

1 Abbott Street Merrimac 

Born 1915 at Merrimac. Graduate Merrimac 
High School. Transfer from Norwich University. 

Arthur Daniel Casey 

1 14 School Street Franklin 

Born 1910 at County Cork, Ireland. Graduate 
Dean Academy. Major in Economics. Men's 
Glee Club, I, 2, 3. Radio Club, 3. 

Florence Mildred Cederberg 

821 Centre Street Jomaica Plain 

Born 1915 at Rockport. Graduate Girl's Latin 
School. Major in Social Sciences. Y., W. C. A., 
1. History-Sociology Club, 2. 



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Jessie Josephine Chase 

81 Craiwell Avenue West Springfield 

Born 1913 at Fitzwilliam, New Hompshire. Grad- 
uate West Springfield High School. Major in 
Home Economics. Outing Club, 2. Home Eco- 
nomics Club, 2. Alpha Lambda Mu. 

Phillip Botcheiler Chase 

223 Fort Pleasant Avenue Springfield 

Born 1916 at Pittsfield. Graduate Classical High 
School, Springfield. Pre-Med. Student. Honor 
Council, 2, 3. Student Religious Council, 2, 3. 
Christian Federation, 2, 3, Pre-Med. Club, 3. 
Swimming Team, 1, 2. Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Edward Theodore Clapp 

20 Pine Street Florence 

Born 1915 at Northampton. Groduote North- 
ampton High School. Major in Chemistry. Or- 
chestra, 1. Band, 1, 3. 

Norman Clark 

107 Billings Street Sharon 

Born 1915 at Sharon. Graduate Sharon High 
School. Major in Mathematics. Roister-Doisters, 
2. Advanced Military, 3. Mathematics Club, 

2, 3. Baseball, (M), 3. 

Charles Wilson Collins 

215 Forest Street Medford 

Born 1916 ot Medford. Graduate Medford High 
School. Major in English. Football, 1, 2 (M), 3 
(M). 

William James Collins 

24 Essex Street Solem 

Born 1913 at Salem. Graduate Solem High 
School. Major in Distributed Sciences. Roister- 
Doisters, 2, 3. Newman Club, 1, 2, 3. Pre-Med. 
Club, 2, 3. Football, 1. Soccer, 2. Spring 
Track, 1. Q. T. V. 

Chester Cook Conant 

Cherry Street Greenfield 

Born 1915 at Greenfield. Graduate Deerfield 
Academy. Major in History. Dad's Day Com- 
mittee, 1, 2, 3. Psychology Club, 4. Football, 
1, 3. Soccer, 2. Basketball, 1, 2. Baseball, 1. 
Theta Chi. 

Leon Winston Cone 

314 North Moin Street North Brookfield 

Born 1914 at Worcester. Graduate North Brook- 
field High School. Major in History and Sociol- 
gy. History-Sociology Club, 3. Newman Club, 

3. Football, 2, 3. Basketball, 1. Baseball, 1. 
Alpha Gamma Rho. 

Gladys Martha Corkum 

30 Lincoln Street Methuen 

Born 1917 at Lawrence. Graduate Methuen High 
School. Major in Psychology. Christian Federa- 
tion, 1, 2, 3. Psychology Club, 3. Y. W. C. A,, 
1, 2. History-Sociology Club, 2 (Secretary). 



Henry Vincent Couper 

Littleton 
Born 1916 at Littleton. Graduate Littleton High 
School. Major in Entomology. Bond, 1, 2. Fer- 
nald Entomology Club, 3. Soccer (M), 2, 3. 
Hockey, 1. Baseball, 2. Phi Sigma Kappa. 

Vernon Francis Coutu 

Erving 
Born 1916 at Orange. Graduate Orange High 
School. Major in Chemistry. Orchestra, 1 . 
Band, 1, 2, 3. Chemistry Club, 3. Mathematics 
Club, 2, 3, Kappa Epsilon (Sergeant at Arms). 

Stella Ida Crowell 

Bernordston Road Greenfield 

Born 1915 at Greenfield. Graduate Greenfield 
High School. Major in Home Economics. Home 
Economics Club, 3. Intersorority Council, 2, 3. 
Y. W. C. A., 1. Sigma Beta Chi. 

Kathleen Teresa Curtin 

Tyringham 
Born 1917 at Tyringham. Graduate Lee High 
School. Major Home Economics. Home Eco- 
nomics Club, 1, 2, 3. Newman Club, 1, 2, 3. 

Clifford Alvin Curtis 

75 East Main Street Hopkinton 

Born 1916 at Walthom. Graduate Woltham 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Advanced Military, 3. Psychology Club, 2, 3. 
Chemistry Club, 2. Football, 1. Basketball, 1. 
1. Lambda Chi Alpha. 



Frank Melvin Cushman 

63 Porter Street Maiden 

Born 1916 ot Maiden. Graduate Maiden High 
School. Major in Distributed Sciences. Band, 1. 
Soccer, 1, 2. Alpha Epsilon Pi. 

Edward William Czelusniak 

69 Parsons Street Easthompton 

Born 1912 at Easthompton. Graduate Williston 
Academy. Major in Distributed Sciences. Foot- 
ball, 1, 2, 3. Basketball, 1, 2, 3. Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. 

Albert Alan Davidson 

1 12 Belle Street Springfield 

Born 1916 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major in Chemistry. Psychology 
Club, 3. Motion Picture Film Editor. 

Robert Clifford Dewey 

30 Cross Street Gordner 

Born 1915 at Gardner. Graduate Gardner High 
School and Williston Academy. Transfer from 
Syracuse University. Major in Horticulture. 
Outing Club, 3. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



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Frederick Leiand Dickens 

Fountain Street Ashland 

Born 19] 4 at Ashland. Graduate Ashland High 
School. Major in Physical and Biological Sciences. 
Boseboll Manager, ]935. Cross -Country, 1, 2. 
Q. T. V. 

Marguerite Elizabeth Dolliver 

10 Bellevue Road Belmont 

Born 1917 at Cambridge. Graduate Belmont 
High School. Transfer from Mills College. Mojor 
in Entomology. Orchestra, 2, 3. Fernold Ento- 
mology Club, 3. 

John Thistle Dunlop 

62 Grape Street Chicopee 

Born 1916 at Springfield. Graduate Chicopee 
High School. Major in Landscape Architecture 
and Horticulture. Floriculture Club, 3. Base- 
ball, 1. M. S, C. Representative in Inter- 
collegiate Golf Tournament. Lombda Chi Alpha. 

Joseph Francis Dunn 

4 Leicester Street Brighton 

Born 1915 at Boston. Graduate Brighton High 
School. Major in Agricultural Economics. 

William Eaton 

173 Main Street • WoJtham 

Born 1916 at Waltham Graduate Waltham High 
School. Major in Economics. History-Sociology 
Club, 2. M. 5. C. 4-H Club, 3. Advanced 
Military, 3. Index (Statistics Board), 3. 

Charles Grant Edson 

37 Thornton Street Springfield 

Born 1916 at West Springfield. Graduate South 
Hodley High School. Major in Mathematics and 
Physics. Physics Club, 3. Newman Club, 1, 2, 3. 
Mathematics Club, 1, 2, 3. 

Theodora Elizabeth Edson 

39 Liberty Street Braintree 

Born 1916 at Braintree. Graduate Braintree 
High School. Major in English. Outing Club, 1. 
Index (Statistics Board) 3. 

Nicholas Daniel Eliopoulas 

143 Primrose Street Haverhill 

Born 1915 at Greece. Graduate Haverhill High 
School. Major in Dairy industry. Football, 1. 
Spring Track, 1,2. Q. T. V. 

Henry Byron Elkind 

Hollet Street North Scituote 

Born 1917 at Worcester. Graduate Boston Public 
Latin School. Major in Horticulture Manufac- 
tures. Roister Doisters, 1, 2, 3. Alpha Epsilon 
Pi. 

Lloyd Howard Ellegard 

17 Washington Avenue Holyoke 

Born 1914 at Hartford, Conn. Groduote Holyoke 
High School. Major in Mathematics. 



Charles Edward Elliot 

24 Whitney Avenue Beverly 

Born 1917 at Beverly. Graduate Beverly High 
School. Major in Entomology. Fernald Ento- 
mology Club, 3. Advanced Military, 3. Kappa 
Sigma. 

Norman Alfred Emery 

5 Lloyd Avenue Lynn 

Born 1916 at Lynn. Graduate Lynn English High 
School. Major in Pre-Dentol. Men's Glee Club, 
2. Pre-Med. Club, 2, 3. Cross-Country, 1 . 
Kappa Epsilon (Assistant Treasurer, 3). 

Walter Nathan Epstein 

49 Angell Street Dorchester 

Born 1916 at Roxbury. Graduate Boston Latin 
School. Major in Chemistry. Band, 1. Men's 
Glee Club, 2. Menoroh Club, 1, 2. Pre-Med. 
Club, 3. 

Robert Earle Evans 

21 Summer Street Northampton 

Born 1916 at Northampton. Graduate North- 
ampton High School. Major in Entomology. 
Fernald Entomology Club, 3. Spring Track, 1, 2. 
M. S. C. Commuter's Club, 1, 2, 3. 

Virginia Mary Fagan 

67 Westfield Road Holyoke 

Born 1917 at New Haven, Conn. Groduote 
Holyoke High School. Major in Languages and 
Literature. Newman Club, 1, 2. M. S. C. 
Commuter's Club, 1, 2, 3. 

Eleonor Dorney Fahey 

133 Highland Avenue Winthrop 

Born 1917 at Winthrop. Graduate Winthrop 
High School. Major in English. Newman Club, 

1, 2, 3. Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee. Phi 
Zeta. 

Albert Humphries Farnsworth 

31 Chesterfield Rood Worcester 

Born 1916 at Boston. Graduate Worcester 
Academy. Mojor in Entomology. Outing Club, 

2, 3. Fernold Entomology Club, 3. Phi Sigmo 
Kappa. 

Robert Sidney Feinberg 

108 Woshington Street Brighton 

Born 1916 at Boston. Graduate Brighton High 
School. Major in Economics, Soccer, 2, 3. 
Hockey, 2. Spring Track, 1, 2. Alpha Epsilon 
Pi. 

William Bragdon Ferguson 

7 Park Place Ludlow 

Born 1916 at Ludlow. Graduate Ludlow High 
School. Major in Economics. Collegian (Business 
Department, 1, 2, 3, Subscription Manager, 3). 
Outing Club, 1. Basketball (Assistant Manager) 

3, Theto Chi (Assistant Treasurer, 3). 



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Frances Polo Filipkowski 

East Whotely 
Born 1915 at Whately. Graduate Deerfield High 
School. Major in History and Sociology. Alpha 
Lambda Mu 



Betty Fronces Gaskell 

•■14 Graves Street South Deerfield 

Born 1917 at Groton, Conn. Groduate Deerfield 
High School. Major in English. Psychology Club, 
3. Y. W. C. A, 1, 2, Sigma Beta Chi. 



Sabin Peter Filipkowski 

East Whately 
Born 1912 at East Whately. Graduate Deerfield 
High School. Major in Dairying. Football, 1 
(M), 3{M). Basketball, 1, 2. Boseball, 2. 

Jacob Finkel 

3 Algonquin Place Springfield 

Born 1917 at Worcester. Graduate Worcester 
Classical High School. Major in Chemistry. 
Chemistry Club, 3. 

Richard James Fitzpatrick 

Rochdale 
Born 1916 at Rochdale. Groduate Leicester 
High School.- Major in Animal Husbandry. Ani- 
mal Husbandry Club, 1, 2, 3. Newman Club, 
2, 3. M. S. C. ^-H Club, 1, 2, 3. Swimming 
Team, 1 . 

James Appenzellar Fleming 

40 Clinton Avenue Arlington, N. J. 

Born 1915 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major in History and Sociology. History- 
Sociology Club, 3. House Committee, 2. 

Stanley Allen Flower 

164 Dresser Street Southbridge 

Born 1915 at Worcester. Graduate Mary E. 
Wells High School. Major in English. Collegian, 
2, 3, (Editorial Deportment). Roister Doisters, 2. 
Press Club, 2, 3. Swimming, 1. Secretary, Press 
Club, 3. Alpha Gamma Rho (Secretary, 2, 3). 

Alfred Merton Forbush 

98 Edgewood Avenue Longmeadow 

Born 1915 at Amherst. Graduate Technical High 
School, Springfield. Major in Landscape Archi- 
tecture. 

Cyrus Edwin French 

266 Vermont Street West Roxbury 

Born 1915 at Chesterville. Graduate Mechanics 
Art High School, Boston. Major in Chemistry. 
Band, 1, 2. Carnival (Dance) Committee, 2. 
Maroon Key, 2. Advanced Military, 3. Chemistry 
Club, 2, 3. Mathematics Club, 2, 3. Swimming 
Team, 1 . R. O. T. C. Rifle Team, 2. Sopho- 
more-Senior Hop Committee, 2. Theta Chi 
(Secretary, 2). 

Robert Wilcox Gage 

58 Grant Street Needhom 

Born 1917 at Concord, Graduate Needhom High 
School. Major in Distributed Sciences (Pre-Med. 
Student). Men's Glee Club, 2. Student Reli- 
gious Council, 3. Christian Federotion, 2, 3. 
American Student Union, 2, 3. Pre-Med. Club, 3. 



Berthier Lyman Gibbs 

79 Vine Street Sougus 

Born 1916 at Saugus. Graduate Sougus High 
School. Major in Agriculture. M, S. C. 4-H 
Club, 1 . Soccer Team, 1 . 

Lane Giddings 

45 Toconic Avenue Great Barrington 

Born 1916 at Great Barrington, Graduate Seorles 
High School. Pre-Med. Major. Orchestra 1 
Band, 1, 2, 3. Pre-Med. Club, 2, 3. Soccer, 1, 
2, 3. Amherst Camera Club, 1, 2, 3. Index, 3 
(Student Photographic Editor). 



Eugen Pierre Karl Lucien Gierlnger 



Cambr 



Born 1914 at Boston. Graduate Rindge Tech- 
nical School. Major in Physical Education. Car- 
nival Committee, 3 (Chairman Winter Sports). 
Newman Club, 3. Football, 1. Hockey, 3 (Assis- 
tant Manager). Baseball, 1, 2. M. S. C. Ring 
Committee, 3. Koppo Sigma. 

Ann Louise Gilbert 

Belmont 
Born 1914 at Ithaca, New York. Graduate Bel- 
mont High School ond Northfield Seminary. Major 
in Landscape Architecture. Index (Art Editor), 
3. Women's Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. Landscape 
Club, 3. Phi Zeta (Assistant Treasurer). 

Joseph Stanley Gill 

1 1 Spring Street Bondsville 

Born 1915 ot Pittsburgh, Penn, Graduate Palmer 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Mathematics Club, 1. Soccer, 1. Track 1, 2. 

Edward Hadley Glass 

36 East Street Lexington 

Born 1917 at Wolthom. Graduate Lexington 
High School. Major in Entomology. Fernold 
Entomology Club, 3. Swimming, 1. Kappa Epsi- 
lon, (President, 3, 4. Treosurer, 2, 3). 

Robert Patrick Gleason 

82 Mossasoit Street Northampton 

Born 1917 at Northampton. Groduote North- 
ampton High School. Major in Chemistry. Radio 
Club, 3. Chemistry Club, 3. Baseball, 1. 

Abraham Bernard Goldman 

81 Devon Street Dorchester 

Born 1917 at Boston, Graduate Roxbury Mem- 
orial High School, Pre-Med. Major. Menorah 
Club, 1, 2, 3. Pre-Med. Club, 3. Mathemotics 
Club, 2. Soccer, 1, 2, 3, (Manager). Phi Lamb- 
da Tou. 



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Samuel Joseph Golub 

94 Cass Street Springfield 

Born 1915 at North Middleboro. Graduate Class- 
ical High School. Major in Botany. Soccer, 
1, 2, 3. Baseball, 1. Editor-in-Chief, Freshmon 
Handbook, 1 . Phi Lambda Tau. 



William Hughes Harrison 

566 Haverhill Street Lawrence 

Born 1916 at Lawrence. Graduate Methuen 
High School. Major in Chemistry. Collegian 
(Business Boord), 1, 2. Basketball, 1. Swim- 
ming, 2. Phi Sigma Kappa. 



William Butterworth Graham 

14 Robinson Court North Andover 

Born 1916 at Providence, Rhode Island. Gradu- 
ate Johnson High School. Major in Dairy In- 
dustry. Collegian (Business Board), 1, 2, 3. 
interfratemity Council, 2, 3. Q. T. V. 



Philip Hanley Haskins 

Berlin Rood Williamstown 

Born 1915 at North Adams. Graduate Williams- 
town High School. Major in Mathematics. 
Cross -Country, 1. Spring Track, 1, 2. Theta 
Chi. 



Julio Tice Graves 

16 Main Street Sunderland 
Born 1917 at Sunderland. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Major in Economics. Lambda 
Delta Mu. 

Walter Albert Green 

17 Bellevue Road Lynn 
Born 1916 at Lynn. Transfer from Tufts. Major 
in Agriculture. Outing Club, 1. Football, 1. 
Track, 1. Theta Chi. 

Saul George Gruner 

17 Prospect Street Pittsfield 

Born 1916 at Pittsfield. Graduate Pittsfield High 
School. Major in Chemistry. Menorah Club, 1, 
2. Freshman Handbook Committee, 1 . Soccer, 
1. Track, 1. Alpha Epsilon Pi. 

George Henry Guenard 

Forest Avenue Dracut 

Born 1913 at Lowell. Graduate Lowell High 
School. Major in Languages and Literature and 
Education. Psychology Club, 3. Track, 1, 2, 3. 
Member Relay Team taking First Place in B.A.A. 
meet, 1936. 

Gertrude Josephine Hadro 

37 Clark Street Easthampton 

Born 1915 ot Easthampton. Graduate Easthamp- 
ton High School. Major in Chemistry. Newman 
Club, 1, 2, 3. Chemistry Club, 3. Mathematics 
Club, 1, 2. Bacteriology Club, 3. Lambda Delta 
Mu. 



Russell John Hauck 

56 Winslow Avenue Norwood 

Born 1915 at Norwood. Graduote Norwood High 
School and Hebron Academy. Major in Econom- 
ics. Carnival Committee, 3. Informol Committee, 
3. Football, 1, 2, 3. Basketball, 1. Baseball, 
1, 2, 3. Kopoa Sigma. 

Saul Heller 

5 Westminster' Terrace Boston 

Born 1916 at New York City. Graduate Roxbury 
Memoriol High School. Major in Distributed 
Sciences. 

Conrad Joseph Hemond, Jr. 

43 Pearl Street Holyoke 

Born 1916 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major in Mathematics. Bond, 1, 2, 3. 
(Assistant Manager, 3). Press Club, 1, 2, 3. 
Alpha Gamma Rho. 

Harold Crean Hemond 

43 Pearl Street Holyoke 

Born 1917 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major in Distributed Sciences. Bond, 
1, 2, 3. R. O. T. C. Rifle Team, 1, 2. Alpha 
Gamma Rho. 

Thomas Hennessey, Jr. 

29 Carver Rood Newton Highlands 

Born 1917 at Brookline. Graduate Newton High 
School. Pre-Med. Major. Swimming, 1 . Hockey, 
1. Baseball, 1. 



Herbert Milton Halpern 

1774 Northampton Street Holyoke 

Born 1916 at New York, New York. Graduate 
Williston Academy. Major in Economics. His- 
tory-Sociology Club, 2. Menorah Club, 1, 2, 3. 
Football, 1. Phi Lombda Tau. 



Edward William Higgins 

78 Scituote Street Arlington 

Born 1916 at Skowhegon, Maine. Graduate 
Arlington High School. Major in Physical ond 
Biological Sciences. Men's Glee Club, 1. Rifle 
Team, 1, 2. 



Edward Handverger 

Village Street West Medway 

Born 1915 at West Medway. Graduate Medway 
High School. Major in Animal Husbandry. Ani- 
mal Husbandry Club, 2, 3. Menorah Club, 1, 2, 
3. Football, 1. Spring Track, 1, 2, 3. (Assis- 
tant Manager). 



Kathryn Hill 

20 Craiwell Avenue West Springfield 

Born 1916 at Springfield. Graduate Ridgewood 
High School, Ridgewood, New Jersey. Transfer 
from New Jersey State College for Women. 
Major in Home Economics. Home Economics 
Club, 3. 



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John Sherman Hoar 

33 East Pleasant Street Arlington, Virginio 

Born 1917 at Delta, Colorado. Graduate Wan- 
watosa High School, Wonwatosa, Wisconsin. 
Major in English. Roister Doisters, 1, 2, 3. 
Men's Debating Team, 1, 2, 3. Spring Track, 1. 
President, Roister Doisters, 3. Flint Contest, 1. 
Burnham Contest, 1, 2. 

Leiand Worthington Hooker 

31 Hawthorne Street Springfield 

Born 1917 at Springfield. Groduate Classical 
High School. Major in Forestry, Outing Club, 
1, 2. Swimming, I. Phi Sigma Kappa. 

Leroy Kingsbury Houghton, Jr. 

25 Richwood Street West Roxbury 

Born 1916 at West Roxbury. Graduate Boston 
English High School. 

Benjamin Gordon Hurwitch 

50 Bloomfield Street Dorchester 

Born 1917 at Boston, Graduate Boston English 
High School. Major in Economics. Carnival 
Committee, 3. (Transportation Committee Chair- 
man). Menoroh Club, 1, 2, 3. Freshman Man- 
ager Football, 1. Sophomore Manager Football, 
2. Assistant Manager Football, 3. Manager, 
Football, '35-37. Advertising Manager, Fresh- 
man Handbook, 2. Phi Lambda Tau (Historian, 
2, 3). 

Ralph Ingram 

75 Queen Street Falmouth 

Born 1915 at Bonne Bay, Newfoundland. Grad- 
uate Falmouth High School. Major in Entomol- 
ogy. Fernald Entomology Club, 3. Cross- 
country, 3. Spring Track, 2. Kappa Sigma. 

Richard Rondlett Irving 

42 Summer Street Methuen 

Born 1915 at Lawrence. Graduate Methuen 
High School. Major in Landscape Architecture, 
Academic Activities Board, 2, 3. Orchestra, 1, 
2, 3. Men's Glee Club, 1 . (Assistant Manager, 
1, Manager, 2, 3). Horticultural Show Com- 
mittee, 3. Landscape Club, 2, 3, Advanced 
Military, 3. Swimming, 1, 2, 3 (M). Kappa 
Sigma. 

Mitchell Irving Jackson 

24 Linden Avenue Fairhoven 

Born 1915 at Maiden. Graduate Fairhoven High 
School, Major in Economics. Carnival Com- 
mittee, 3 (Treasurer). Menoroh Club, 1, 2, 3. 
Football, 1, 2. Basketball, 1. Freshman Hand- 
book Committee, 2. Phi Lambda Tau (House 
Man, 2, Treasurer, 3). 

Seymour Theodore Jacobson 

20 Saratoga Street Springfield 

Born 1915 at Paterson, New Jersey. Graduate 
Classical High School, Springfield. Major in 
Chemistry. Menoroh Club, 1, 2. Chemistry 
Club, 2, 3. Mathematics Club, 3. Football, 1. 
Basketball, 1. Swimming, 1, 2, 3. (M2). Fresh- 
man Handbook, 1 . Phi Lambda Tau (Sports 
Captain, 3). 



Joseph John Javorski 

5 Alden Avenue Thompsonville, Conn. 

Born 1916 at Thompsonville, Conn. Graduate 
Enfield, Conn., High School. Transfer from A.I.C. 

Ruth Rita Jefferson 

660 Main Street West Springfield 

Born 1915 at West Springfield, Tronsfer from 
Springfield Junior College. Major in Distributed 

Sciences. 

Doris Wynn Jenkins 

491 Main Street Shrewsbury 

Born 1914 at Mineola, L, I., New York, Graduate 
Shrewsbury High School, Major in Londscape 
Architecture. Phi Zeto. 

Herbert Harry Johnson 

25 Metcolf Street Roslindale 

Born 1915 at Roslindale. Graduate Mechanic 
Arts High School, Boston. Major in Landscape 
Architecture, Landscape Club, 3. Floriculture 
Club, 3. Football, 1. Hockey, 1, 2, 3. Theta 
Chi. 

Kirtley Leverett Judd 

50 Burton Street Springfield 

Born 1915 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School, fvtajor in Economics. History- 
Sociology Club, 2. Soccer, 1 . 

Carol Julian 

4 Foirview Way Amherst 

Born 1917 at Amherst. Graduate Amherst High 
School. Major in Social Sciences. Lambda Delta 
Mu. 

Eleanor Burton Julian 

4 Foirview Way Amherst 

Born 1915 at Amherst. Graduate Amherst High 
School. Major in Education. W. S. G, A., 
1, 2, 3. Freshman Handbook Committee. Assis- 
tant Advertising Board. Lambda Delta Mu. 

Martha Dorothy Kaplinsky 

306 Chestnut Street Holyoke 

Born 1916 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major in Home Economics. Women's 
Glee Club, 1. Home Economics Club, 3. Men- 
oroh Club, 1, 2, 3 (Secretary). Intersorority 
Council, 3. Sigma Iota (Treasurer, 3). 

Julian Herman Katzeff 

16 Strothmore Road Brookline 

Born 1917 at Dorchester. Graduate Boston Latin 
School. Pred-Med. Major. Index (Literary 
Editor), '37. Collegian, (Sports Editor, 36-31, 
Associate Editor, '37-'38). Student Religious 
Council (Vice-President), 2. Menoroh Club, 
1, 2, 3. Pre-Med. Club (Secretary), 3. Fresh- 
man Handbook, '35. Religious Council Repre- 
sentative, '36. Senate A. B. Degree Committee, 
'35-'37. Alpha Epsilon Pi. 



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Thomas Francis Kelley 

37 Beal Road Waltham 
Born 1917 at Concord. Graduate Waltham High 
School. Major in Entomology. Fernald Entomol- 
ogy Club, 3 (Secretary). Newman Club, 1, 2, 3. 
M. S, C. 4-H Club, 3. Football, 1. Baseball, 1. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Marleta Gibson Kenyon 

East Douglas 
Born 1915 at East Douglas. Graduate Douglas 
Memorial High School. Major in Home Econom- 
ics Y W. C. A., 1, 2. Home Economics Club, 
1, 2, 3. 

Richard Coleman King 

38 Walnut Place Newtonville 
Born 191.5 at Boston. Graduate Newtonville High 
School. Major in Economics. Men's Glee Club, 
1, 2, 3. Advanced Military, 3. Football, 1. 
Cheer Leader, 1, 3. Bay State Revue, 2. Rifle 
Team, 1, 2, 3. Theta Chi. 

Frank William Kingsbury 

Sterling 
Born 1916 at Sterling. Graduate North High, 
School, Worcester. Moior in Animal Husbandry. 
Animal Husbandry Club, 1, 2, 3. K. 0. Club, 
1, 2, 3. Alpha Gamma Rho. 

Helen Kingsbury 

Sterling 
Born 1915 at Sterling. Graduate North High, 
School, Worcester. Major in Home Economics. 
Home Economics Club, 3. 

Jessie Kinsman 

27 Perrin Street Roxbury 

Born 1917 at Roxbury. Graduate Girl's Latin 
School, Boston. Major in Economics. Women's 
Glee Club, 3. Carnival Committee, 2, 3. His- 
tory-Sociology Club, 2. Class Secretary, 1, 2, 3. 
Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee, 2. Sigma 
Beta Chi. 

Rowland Klaucke 

612 Plantation Street Worcester 

Born 1915 in England. Graduate North High, 
School, Worcester. Major in Physical and Bio- 
logical Sciences. Football, I, 2, 3. Alpha Gam- 
ma Rho. 

Maxwell Irving Klayman 

540 East 7th Street South Boston 

Born 1917 at Boston. Graduate Boston Latin 
School. Major in Economics. Collegian (Edi- 
torial Board), 1, 2, 3. History-Sociology Club, 3. 
Menorah Club, 1, 2, 3. 

Ruth Elinor Kodis 

Henshaw Street Leicester 

Born 1917 at Leicester. Graduate Leicester High 
School. Major in Distributed Sciences. Or- 
chestra, 1, 2, 3. Christian Federation, 1, 2. 



Bernard Lester Kohn 

168 Ruthven Street Roxbury 

Born 1916 at Boston. Graduate Boston Latin 
School. Major in English. Academics Activities 
Board, 3. Men's Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. Roister 
Doisters, 1. History-Sociology Club, 2. Men's 
Glee Club (Assistant Manager, 2, Manager, 3). 
Alpha Epsilon Pi (Sentinel, 3). 

Frank Peter Kuklewicz 

179 Avenue A Turners Falls 

Born 1916 at Turners Falls. Graduate Turners 

Falls High School. Major in Physics. 

David Alleson Lamb 

5 Burnett Avenue South Hadley 

Born 1915 at Holyoke. Graduate Mount Hermon 
School. Major in Chemistry. Alpha Sigma Phi, 

John Lavrokas 

59 Elton Avenue Watertown 

Born 1915 at Watertown. Graduate Watertown 
High School. Major in Landscape Architecture. 
Football, 1. Baseball, 1. Hockey, 1, 2. 



James Donovan Lee 

Chester 
Born 1915 at Niagara Falls, N. Y. Graduate 
Chester High School. Major in Distributed 
Sciences. Christian Association, 1, 2. Bay State 
Revue, 1 . Alpha Gamma Rho. 

Lawrence Levinson 

26 Dorothy Rood Arlington 

Born 1916 at Somerville. Graduate Somerville 

High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 

Menorah Society, 1, 2. Debating Club, 2. 

Roister Doisters, 1, 2. Burnham Declamation 
Contest, 1 . 

Solveig Utne Liljigren 

102 Kemper Street Wolloston 

Born 1911 in Sweden. Graduate Quincy High 
School. Major in English. 

Norman Elliott Linden 

22 Summit Avenue Everett 

Born 1915 at Everett. Graduate Everett High 
School. Major in Distributed Sciences. Ad- 
vanced Military, 3. Football, 1, 2, 3 (M). 
Hockey, 1, 2 (M). Baseball, 1, 2. Theta Chi. 

Frederick Burgess Lindstrom 

34 Rockview Street Palmer 

Born 1915 at Palmer. Graduate Palmer High 
School. Major in Chemistry. Collegian (Edi- 
torial Board, 1, 2). 

Melvin Theodore Little 

615 North Street East Weymouth 

Born 1915 at Dorchester. Graduate Weymouth 
High School. Major in Social Sciences. Track, 
1. Cross-Country, 2 (M). Wrestling, 1. Q. 
T. V. 



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Elmer Ralph Lombard 

70 Stratford Avenue Pittsfield 

Born 1916 at Springfield. Graduote Pittsfield 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Swimming, 1, 2. Alpha Gamma Rho. 

William Francis Lonergan 

35 West Alvord Street Springfield 

Born 1916 at Springfield. Groduate Cathedral 
High School. Pre-Med. Major. Carnival Com- 
mittee, 3. Newman Club, 1, 2, 3. Interfraternity 
Council, 2, 3. Pre-Med. Club, 2, 3. Football, 2. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon (Historian, 3). 

Clifford Norton Luce 

59 Granville Avenue Worcester 

Born 1914 at Danvers. Graduate South High 
School. Major in Floriculture. Band, 1, 2, 3. 
Theta Chi. 

Frank Merton Lyon 

2625 Dixwell Avenue Hamden, Conn. 

Born 1912 at Pittsfield. Graduote New Haven 
High and Williston Academy. Major in Econom- 
ics. Men's Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. Maroon Key, 
(Secretary and Treasurer), 2. Soccer, 1, 2, 3. 
Hockey, 1. Baseball, 1. Theta Chi. 

Robert Stephen Lyons 

20 Goodrich Street Springfield 

Born 1916 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major in Economics. Newman 
Club, 1, 2, 3. Advanced Military, 3. Inter- 
fraternity Council, 3. Football, 1, 2. Basketball, 
1. Baseball, 1, 2 (M). Military Ball Committee, 
3. Lambda Chi Alpha (Secretary, 3). 

Richards Lockwood Mabie 

39 Pleasant Street Sharon 

Born 1916 at Boston. Graduate Mount Hermon 
School. Major in Distributed Sciences. Band, 
1, 2. Soccer, 1 . Track, 1 . 

Robert Douglas MacCurdy 

214 Orchard Street Wotertown 

Born 1914 at Wollaston. Graduate Wotertown 
High School. Major in Dairy Industry. Roister 
Doisters, 2, 3. Carnival Committee, 2, 3. Ad- 
vanced Military, 3. Football, 1. Swimming, 1, 2. 
Hockey, 2. 

Lois Rogers Macomber 

5 Cottage Street Fairhoven 

Born 1917 at Fairhoven. Graduate Fairhoven 
High School. Major in Psychology. Roister 
Doisters, 1. Burnhom Declamation Contest, 1, 2. 
Sigma Beta Chi. 

Lillian Russell Mann 

18 Holland Avenue Westfield 

Born 1916 at Homer, New York. Graduate West- 
field High School. Major in Home Economics. 
Home Economics Club, 3. Christian Federation, 1. 



Walter Charles Mayko 

163 Walnut Street Holyoke 

Born 1911 at West Springfield. Graduate West 
Springfield High School. Transfer from Univer- 
sity of Texas. Major in Chemistry. Chemistry 
Club, 3 (Vice-President). Alpha Sigma Phi. 

Donald Sanford McGowan 

320 Pleasant Street Holyoke 

Born 1914 at Holyoke. Graduate Mount Hermon 
School. Major in Economics. Advanced Military, 
3. Spring Track, 2, 3. Kappa Epsilon. 

David Elliot Mildram 

74 Myrtle Avenue Greenwood 

Born 1915 at Greenwoo(f! Graduate Brighton 
Academy. Major in Landscape Architecture. 
Maroon Key, 2. Class Captain, 1, 2, 3. Hockey, 

2, 3. Baseball, 2, 3. Phi Sigma Kappa. 

Elaine Helen Milkey 

16 Main Street Montague City 

Born 1916 at Turners Falls. Graduate Turners 
Falls High School. Major in English. Sigma 
Beta Chi. 

Carol Frances Millard 

Stockbridge 
Born 1916 at Stockbridge. Graduate Taunton 
High School. Major in Home Economics. History- 
Sociology Club, 2. Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3. 
Women's Rifle Team, 1,2. Y. W.C. A., 1. 

Barbara Mitchell Miller 

38 Virginia Street Springfield 

Born 1916 at Springfield. Graduate Central Hgh 
School. Transfer from Americon International 
College. Major in Economics. International 
Relations Club, 3. 

Edward Theodore Mish 

North Main Street South Hadley Falls 

Born 1915 at South Hadley Falls. Graduate South 
Hadley High School. Major in Forestry. Foot- 
ball, 1. Alpha Gamma Rho. 

Walter Kimball Mitchell, Jr. 

16 Miles Rood Newton Highlands 

Born 1916 at Milton. Graduate Newton High 
School. Major in Landscape Architecture. Men's 
Glee Club, 1, 2. Horticultural Show Committee, 

3. Landscape Club, 3. Floriculture Club, 3. 
Football, 1. Theta Chi. 

Joy Emma Moore 

58 Center Street Leeds 

Born 1914 at Hartford, Conn. Graduate North- 
ampton High School. Major in Home Economics. 
Home Economics Club, 3, 4. Sigma Beta Chi. 

Frances Lillian Morley 

Mount Pleosont Amherst 

Born 1916 at Grand Rapids, Michigan. Graduate 
Amherst High School. Major in Languages and 
Literature. Phi Zeta. 



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Robert Karl Morrison 

54 Strong Avenue Pittsfield 

Born 1914 at Pittsfield. Groduote Pittsfield 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Advanced Military, 3. Baseball, 1. Kappa 
Epsilon. 

Laura Edison Morse 

63 Kilburn Road Belmont 

Born 1916 at Belmont. Graduate Belmont High 
School. Transfer from Lasell Junior College. 
Major in Bacteriology. 

Roy Hepworth Moult 

22 Oneida Street Lynn 
Born 1913 at Long Island City, New York. Grad- 
uate Lynn Classical High School. Major in 
Chemistry. Men's Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. Roister 
Doisters, 2, 3. Chemistry Club, 3. Swimming, 

1. Kappa Epsilon. 

Mitchell Francis NeJame 

21 West Main Street North Adams 

Born 1916 at North Adams. Graduate Drury 
High School. Major in Mathematics. Academic 
Activities Board, 3. Index (Business Manager), 
3. Collegian (Business Board), 1, 2, 3. (Sub- 
scription Manager) 3, 4. Newman Club, 1, 2, 3. 
Mathematics Club, 1, 2, 3. Cross -Country, 1, 2 
(M), 3 (M). Spring Track, 1, 2 (M). Fresh- 
man Handbook Committee, 1. 

Phyllis Louise Nelson 

110 Wildwood Avenue Lexington 

Born 1917 at Arlington. Graduate Arlington High 
School. Major in Social Sciences. W. S. G. A., 

2. Home Economics Club, 2. Bay State Revue 
1. Phi Zeta. 

Edward George Newman 

40 Spring Street North Brookfield 

Born 1916 at North Brookfield. Graduate North 
Brookfield High School. Major in Distributed 
Sciences. Football, 1. Track, 1, 2. Kappa 
Sigma. 

George Niden 

12 Highland Circle Needham 

Born 1917 at Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Graduate 
Needham Senior High School. Transfer from 
Ohio University. Pre-Dental Major. (Distributed 
Sciences). Football, 2, 3. Hockey, 3. Kappa 
Sigma. 

Kenneth Gordon Nolan 

7 Spruce Street Danvers 

Born 1914 at Peabody. Graduate Danvers High 
School. Major in Social Sciences. Alpha Sigma 
Phi. 

William George Noonan 

96 Cedar Street Haverhill 

Born 1916 at Haverhill. Graduate Haverhill High 
School. Major in Distributed Sciences. Baseball, 
1 . Cross-Country, 1 . Hockey, 1 . 



Mary O'Connell 

20 Foirmount Avenue Wakefield 

Born 1916 at Wakefield. Graduate Wakefield 
High School. Major in Languages and Literature. 
Newman Club, 1. 2. History-Sociology Club, 2. 
Collegian (Editorial Board), 2. Phi Zeta (Assis- 
tant Treasurer). 

Helen Esther O'Hearn 

1 1 Woodbridge Street Cambridge 
Born 1914 at Cambridge. Graduate Cambridge 
High and Latin School. Major in Distributed 
Sciences. Newman Club, 1, 2, 3. Alpha Lambda 
Mu. 

James Barnes Olivier 

118 Lincoln Street Holyoke 

Born 1917 at Pittsburg, Penn. Graduate Holyoke 
High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Football, 1. Baseball, 1. Track, 2. Hockey, 1. 
Kappa Sigma. 

Donald Osley 

Chestnut Street Hatfield 

Born 1916 at Hatfield. Graduate Smith Academy. 
Major in Chemistry. Soccer, 2, 3. Basketball, 1. 
Alpha Sigma Phi. 

Alfred Sylvester Page 

Shay Street Amherst 

Born 1915 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major in Economics. Baseball, 1. 
Kappa Sigma. 

Evelyn Maude Parker 

12 Howe Street Orange 
Born 1916 at Greenfield. Graduate Orange High 
School. Major in History and Sociology. 

Robert Cowan Perkins 

262 Sunderland Road Worcester 

Born 1916 at Worcester. Graduate Worcester 
High School. Major in Entomology. Fernald 
Entomology Club, 3. Football, 1, 2, 3 (M). 
Phi Sigma Kappa. 

Barbara Sanborn Phillips 

25 Shottuck Street Greenfield 

Born 1916 at Bridgeport, Conn. Graduate Green- 
field High School. Major in Home Economics. 
Women's Glee Club, 1. Roister Doisters, 3. 
History-Sociology Club, 1. Home Economics Club, 
1, 2, 3. Y. W. C. A., 1. 

Virginia Mabel Pond 

12 Miles Street Greenfield 

Born 1917 at Greenfield. Graduate Greenfield 
High School. Major in Economics. Home Econ- 
omics Club, 1. 

Paul Sears Putnam 

189 Silver Street Greenfield 

Born 1916 at Greenfield. Graduate Greenfield 
High School. Major in Landscape Architecture. 
Outing Club, 3. Football, 1, 2, 3. Basketball, 
1, 2. 



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Maxwell Pyenson 

North Otis 
Born 1916 at North Otis. Graduate Lee High 
School. Major in Poultry Husbandry. K. 0. Club, 
2, 3. Poultry Judging Team, 2. Alpho Epsilon 
Pi. 

Wenrworth Quast 

6 Concord Street Natick 
Born 1916 ot Haverhill. Graduate Natick High 
School. Major in Psychology. Outing Club, 1, 2. 
Christian Association, 1. History-Sociology Club, 
2. Combined Chorus, 1, 2. Band, 1. Men's 
Glee Club, 1, 2 Orchestra, 1. Soccer, 1, 2. 
Spring Track, 1, 2, Phi Sigma Koppo. 

Sylvia Arline Randall 

Taylor Street Granby 

Born 1917 at Belchertown. Graduate South 
Hadley High School. Major in Home Economics. 
Intersorority Council, 2, 3. Psychology Club, 3. 
Alpha Lambda Mu. 

Horace Hillman Randlett 

Boston Road Palmer 

Born 1914 at Palmer. Graduate Palmer High 
School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 

Frances Bullard Rathbone 

21 Rutherford Avenue Haverhill 

Born 1916 at Newton. Graduate Haverhill High 
School. Major in Botany, Outing Club, 1, 2 
(Secretary), 3. W. A. A., (Vice-President, 2, 
Cobinet, 3). Sigma Beta Chi. 

Theodore Albert Rice 

7 Harvard Street Wellesley 
Born 1916 at Boston. Graduate Wellesley High 
School Major in Economics. History-Sociology 
Club, 3. Football, 1, 2, 3. Baseball, 1. Phi 
Sigma Kappa. 

Frederick Charles Riel 

11 Fourth Street Turners Falls 

Born 1914 at Shottuckville. Graduate Turners 
Falls High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Class Sergeant ot Arms, 2. Pre-Med. Club, 2. 
Mathematics Club, 1. Football, 1. Basketball, 
1, 2. Baseball, 1, 2. 

William Charles Riley 

21 Fairfield Avenue Holyoke 

Born 1917 at Holyoke. Graduate South Hadley 
High School. Major in Dairy Industry. Student 
Senate, 3. Advanced Military, 3. Interfroter- 
nity Council, 2, 3. Football, 1, 2. Basketball, 
1, 2, 3. Spring Track, 1, 2. Sophomore-Senior 
Hop Committee, 2. Kappa Epsilon (Vice-Presi- 
dent, 3. 4). 

William Edward Roberge 

91 Montgomery Street Westfield 

Born 1916 at Westfield. Graduate Westfield 

High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 

Football, 1, 2. Track, 1. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



Charles Rosenbloom 

145 Essex Street Holyoke 
Born 1915 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major in History and Sociology. History- 
Sociology Club, 3. Phi Lambda Tau. 

Dean Leonard Rounds 

6 Honscom Avenue Reading 

Born 1915 at Reading. Graduate Reading High 
School. Major in Entomology. Fernald Ento- 
mology Club, 3. Football, 1. Swimming, 1, 2, 
(M), 3, (M). Koppo Sigma. 

George Stephen Rozwenc 

5 Franklin Court Northampton 

Born 1916 at Boonton, N. J. Graduate North- 
ampton High School. Major in Distributed 
Sciences. Swimming, I, 2, 3, (M). Index (Edi- 
tor-in-Chief, 3). 

Robert Jacob Rustigan 

146 Solem Street Medford 
Born 1915 in Armenia. Graduate Medford High 
School. Major in Bacteriology. Menorah Club, 
1, 2, 3. M. S. C. 4-H Club, 1, 2, 3. 

Louise Baldwin Rutter 

1 77 Weston Street Wolthom 

Born 1916 at Woltham. Graduate Waltham 
High School. Mojor in Home Economics. Home 
Economics Club, 1, 2, 3. Dad's Day Committee, 

1, 2, 3. Lambda Delta Mu (Portal Guard, 2. 
House Chairman, 3). 

James Harvey Savage 

Chestnut Street Lynnfield Center 

Born 1913 at Lynnfield Center. Graduate Coburn 
Academy. Major in Distributed Sciences. Track, 

2, 3. Football, 2, 3. 

Elizabeth Terry Scace 

Cascade Street Pittsfield 

Born 1917 at Pittsfield. Graduate Pittsfield High 
School. Major in Home Economics. Outing Club, 
1 . Home Economics Club, 1 . M. S. C. 4-H Club, 
1. Alpha Lambda Mu (Treasurer, 2). 

Jane Elizabeth Schopfer 

120 Hillcroft Avenue Worcester 

Born 1916 at Passaic, New Jersey. Graduate 
North High School, Worcester. Major in Home 
Economics. Home Economics Club, 1, 2. Lambda 
Delta Mu. 

Ethel Frances Seal 

81 Beaconsfield Rood Worcester 

Born 1916 at Worcester. Graduate Clossicol 
High School. Major in Home Economics. Wo- 
men's Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. Home Economics 
Club, 2, 3. Choir, 1. Y. W. C. A., 1. 



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Morion Shaw 

Belchertown 
Born 1917 at Belchertown. Groducte Belcher- 
town High School. Major in Distributed Social 
Sciences. Women's Glee Club, 1, 2. Christian 
Federation, 1, 2, 3. Student Union (Secretory), 
2. 

Frederick John Sievers 

35 Fearing Street Amherst 

Born 1916 at Milwaukee. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Major in Economics. Men's De- 
bating Team, 2. Student Senate, 2. Carnival 
Committee, 3. History-Sociology Club, 3. Dairy 
Club 2, 3. Class Officer, 1, 2, 3. Football, 
1, 2 (M), 3 (M). Basketball, 2 (M), 3 (M). 
Spring Track, 2 (M). Kappa Sigma. 

Donald Lawrence Silverman 

54 Elm Hill Avenue Roxbury 

Born 1917 at Roxbury. Graduate Boston Public 
Latin School. Major in Economics. Collegian, 
(Assistant Business Manager), 2, 3. Interfro- 
ternity Council (Treasurer), 3. Football, 1. Soc- 
cer, 2, 3 (M). Basketball, 1. Hockey, 2. Spring 
Track, 1, 2, Alpha Epsilon Pi (Historian, 2,- 
Exchequer, 3). 



Russell Eaton Smith 

Smith Lone Methuen 

Born 1917 at Methuen. Graduate Mount Her- 
mon School. Major in Animal Husbandry. Inter- 
froternity Council, 3. Soccer, 2. Alpha Sigma 
Phi. 

Phyllis Maude Snow 

320 Prospect Street Brockton 

Born 1915 at Brockton. Graduate Thayer Acad- 
emy, Braintree. Major in Home Economics. 
History-Sociology Club, 2. Home Economics 
Club, 1, 2, 3. Phi Zeta. 

Harry Miles Snyder 

12 Sherwood Rood Arlington 

Born 1916 at Bellefonte, Penn. Graduate Ar- 
lington High School. Major in Forestry. Dad's 
Day Committee, 2. Freshman Play, 1 . Koppa 
Sigma. 

Kathryne Ida Speight 

124 Sumner Avenue Springfield 

Born 1917 at' Springfield. Graduate Agawam 
High School, Major in Home Economics. W. S. 
G. A,, 1. Lambda Delta Mu. 



Stephen Israel Silverman 

208 Blue Hill Parkway Chelseo 

Born 1917 at Chelsea, Graduate Roxbury Mem- 
orial High School. Major in Social Sciences. 
Football, 1, 2, 3. Basketball, 1. Baseball, 1, 2. 
Alpha Epsilon Pi. Chapter Reporter. 

Frank Alphonse Slesinski 

40 Meadow Road Northampton 

Born 1916 at Northampton. Graduate North- 
ampton High School. Major in Chemistry. Foot- 
ball, 1, 2, 3. Basketball, 2, 3. Spring Track, 2. 



Edna Angie Sprague 

Bridge Street Hamilton 

Born 1917 at Hamilton. Graduate Hamilton 
High School, Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Christian Federoton, 1, 2, 3. Alpha Lambda Mu. 

Christine Alan Stewart 

Cook Street Boylston 

Born 1915 at Boylston. Graduate Worcester 
High School of Commerce. Major in Home 
Economics. Home Economics Club, 3. Lambda 
Delta Mu. 



Jack Tibbets Slocomb 

158 Spring Street Brockton 

Born 1916 at Providence, Rhode Island. Grad- 
uate Brockton High School. Major in Forestry. 
Maroon Key, 2. Class Sergeant at Arms, 1. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

Philip Smardon 

564 Forest Avenue Belfast, Maine 

Born 1915 at Portland, Maine. Graduate Crosby 
High School, Belfast, Maine. Major in Land- 
scape Architecture. Landscape Club, 3. Cross- 
country, 1 . 

Rodger Chapman Smith 

West Street Amherst 

Born 1915 at Holyoke. Graduate Kimball Union 

Academy. Major in Agricultural Economics. 
Collegian (Editorial Department), 2. Christian 

Federation, 2. M. S. C. 4-H Club, 1, 2, 3. 

Freshman Handbook, 1. Phi Sigma Kappa 
(Auditor). 



Mary Elizabeth Streeter 

83 Wellesley Road Holyoke 

Born 1916 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major in Home Economics. Outing Club, 
1. Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3. A. B. De- 
gree Committee, 3. Phi Zeta (Secretary, 3). 

Barbara Jeanette Strode 

10 West Street Marblehead 

Born 1917 at Lynn. Graduate Marblehead High 
School. Major in English. Women's Glee Club, 
1,2,3. Roister Doisters, 2, 3. Christian Federa- 
tion, 1, 2, 3. Assistant Manager, Women's Glee 
Club, 3. Phi Zeta. 

Alfred Milton Swiren 

33 Kenwood Terrace Springfield 

Born 1917 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major in Social Sciences. Mathe- 
matics Club, 2. Menorah Club, 1, 2. Colle- 
gian, 1, 2. Debating Club, 1, 2. Burnham 
Declamation Contest, 1 . Soccer, 1 . Track, 1 . 



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Emma Mother Toft 

North Avenue Mendon 

Born 1914 at Mendon. Graduate Gushing Aca- 
demy, Major in Home Economics. Home Eco- 
nomics Club, 1, 2, 3. Alpha Lambda Mu. 

Winifred Hope Taylor 

51 Strong Avenue Pittsfield 

Born 1917 at Pittsfield. Graduate Pittsfield High 
School. Major in Home Economics. Orchestra, 
1, 2, 3. Psychology Club, 3. Alpha Lambda Mu 
(Pledge Secretary, 2. House Chairman, 2. Vice- 
President, 3). 

Herbert Arthur Tetreault 

174 West Street Northampton 

Born 1917 of Northampton. Transfer from St. 
Anselm's College. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Index (Statistics Editor), 3. Chemistry Club, 3. 
Newman Club, 3. Kappa Epsilon (Secretary, 3, 4. 
Social Chairman, 3, 4). 

Edith Gwendolyn Thayer 

180 East Street West Bridgewater 

Born 1916 at West Bridgewoter. Graduate 
Howard High School. Major in English. Orches- 
tra, 1. History-Sociology Club, 2. Y. W. C. A., 

1. Phi Zeta. 

Frederick Russell Theriault 

18 High Street East Weymouth 

Born 1915 at Dorchester. Graduate Weymouth 
High School. Pre-Med. Major. 

Elthea Thompson 

75 Day Street Norwood 

Born 1916 at Boston. Graduate Methuen High 
School. Major in English. History-Sociology 
Club, 2. Intersorority Council, 3. Class Officer, 

2. Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee. Phi Zeta. 

John William Tindale 

3 Hampton Rood Brockton 

Born 1916 at Brockton. Transfer from Univer- 
sity of Virginia. Major in Agriculture. Foot- 
ball, 2. Theta Chi. 

Maurice Tonkin 

89 Horrison Avenue Fitchburg 

Born 1918 at Hartford, Conn. Graduate Revere 
High School. Major in Languages and Literature. 
Menorah Society, 1. 

Richard Washburn Towie 

Cohasset 
Born 1915 at Cohasset. Graduate Osgood High 
School. Major in Educotion and Economics. 
Student Senate, 3. Maroon Key, 2. Football, 
1, 2, 3. Advanced Military, 3. Hockey, 1, 2, 3. 
Spring Track, 1, 3. Baseball, 1, 2, 3. Lambda 
Chi Alpha (Vice-President 2, 3). 



Louisa Elsie Towne 

Rockwood Road Norfolk 

Born 1917 at Norfolk. Graduate Walpole High 
School. Major in Home Economics. Outing Club, 

1. Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3 (Treasurer, 
3). K, O. Club, I. 

Floyd Woyne Townsley 

Ashfield 
Born 1916 at Ashfield. Graduate Sanderson 
Academy. Major in Distributed Sciences. Honor 
Council, 2, 3. Advanced Military, 3. Football, 

2, Spring Track, 1. Baseball, 1, 2. Lambda 
Chi Alpha. 

Frank Lewis Umansky 

86 Chapin Terrace Springfield 

Born 1916 at Springfield. Graduate Central High 
School, Transfer from Springfield College. 
Major in Social Sciences. 

Phila Kellogg Vaill 

Monson 
Born 1915 at Monson. Graduate Monson High 
School. Transfer from American International 
College. Major in Distributed Sciences. Lambda 
Delta Mu. 

Nicholas Jack Valvanis 

I Central Street Haverhill 

Born 1915 at Haverhill. Graduate Haverhill High 
School. Major in Chemistry. Swimming, 1. 

Osgood Louis Villaume 

134 Pierce Street Maiden 

Born 1913 at Boston. Graduate Norfolk County 
Agricultural School. Major in Animal Husbandry. 
Dairy Club, 1, 2. Animal Husbandry Club, 2. 
K. 0. Club, 3. Cross-Country, 1, 2. Alpha 
Gamma Rho. 

Delia Roberta Walkey 

High Street South Hanson 

Born 1916 at North Hanson. Graduate Whitman 
High School. Major in Home Economics. Colle- 
gian Reporter, 2. Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3 
Newman Club, 1, 2, 3. K. 0. Club, 1, 2, 3. Phi 
Zeta (Historian). 

William Fuller Welcker 

95 Lincoln Street Holyoke 

Born 1917 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major in English. Psychology Club, 3. 
Football,!. Swimming, 1, 2, 3. Index, 3. Asso- 
ciate Editor. 

James Francis Wheeler 

Worcester Street Natick 

Born 1915 at Natick. Graduate Natick High 
School. Major in Landscape Architecture. Alpha 
Gamma Rho. 

Walter Augustus Whitney 

Ashfield 
Born 1916 at Ashfield. Graduate Sanderson 
Academy. Major in Distributed Sciences. Cross- 
Country, 2. Spring Track, 2. Baseball, 1. 



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MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1938 



Stanley Hopkins Wiggin 

1 1 Morton Rood Newton Center 

Born 1917 at Hyde Park. Graduate Hyde 
Park High School. Major in Animal Husbandry. 
Men's Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. Outing Club, 1, 2, 3. 
Animal Husbandry Club, 1, 2, 3. Christian Fed- 
eration, 1, 2, 3, Soccer, 1, 3. Alpha Gamma 
Rho. 

Carl Richard Wildner 

Belchertown Road Amherst 

Born 1915 at Holyoke. Graduate Amherst High 
School. Major in Dairy Industry. Orchestra, 
1,2, Men's Glee Club, 1, 2. Advanced Military, 
3. 

DeVoe Holmes Willard 

206 Goodwood Gardens Baltimore, Md. 

Born 1916 at New York, N. Y. Graduate Epis- 
copol High School, Alexandria, Vo. Transfer 
from Hamilton College. 

Margaret Dorothy Wilson 

69 Sycannore Street Holyoke 

Born 1917 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major in Languages and Literature. 

Fritz Albert WInblad 

Chelmsford 
Born 1915 ot East Wareham. Groduote Con- 
cord High School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Q. T, V. 



Douglas James Wood 

97 Chestnut Street Florence 

Born 1916 at Greenfield. Graduate Mount Her- 
mon School. Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Pre-Med. Club, 2, 3. Football, 1, 2, 3. Q.T.V. 

Lois Virginia Wood 

West Upton 
Born 1917 at West Upton. Graduate Upton High 
School. Major in Home Economics. Outing Club, 
1,2,3. Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3. M. S. C. 
4-H Club, 1, 2, 3. Alpha Lambda Mu. 

Ruth Elizabeth Wood 

28 Sycamore Street Springfield 

Born 1917 at Springfield. Graduate Technical 
High School. Major in Floriculture. Class Vice- 
President, 1, 2, 3. W. S. G. A., 1, 2. W. A. A., 

1, 2. Lambda Delta Mu. 

Marjorie Helena Woodin 

18 Grand Avenue Millers Falls 

Born 1916 at Adams. Graduate Turners Falls 
High Echool. Transfer from Our Lady of the 
Elms College. Major in English. Newmon Club, 

2, 3. 

Clare Pauline Youngren 

15 Blodgett Street Orange 

Born 1917 at Orange. Graduate Orange High 
School. Major in English. Lambdo Delta Mu. 



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FORMER MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1938 



George Bruce Adorns 

Myron Alpert 

Carl Edward Anderson 

Marjorie Delphine Annis 

Dorofhy Bollord 

Lois A. Barnard 

Lewis K, Bartlett 

Barbara Bassett 

Wallace Beckmon 

Max Belgrade 

Abraham Bercovitz 

Nelson Betts 

Joseph Bloler 

Earl Blake 

James H. Bolton 

Bertha B. Boron 
Gerard Bourdeau 

Pauline Brett 

Harold M. Broderick 
John Burns 
Gardner Burt 
Lydia T. Carpenter 
Herbert Collins 
Vivian Cook 
Hilda C. Crosby 
Beatrice Davenport 
Edward Day 
Samuel DeForest 
Terence A. Denehy 
Debriddhi Devakul 
George B. Dinan 
Helen Downing 
James Downs 
Richard Eddy 
Alfred Eromo 
Carl Estes 
Richard Fitzpatrick 
Kathleen Fletcher 



Herman Frcedman 
Freeman Frost 
Agnes Goughon 
Lillian E. Gemme 
Elaine Geraghty 
Joseph Gibson 
Froncis Gillis 
Margaret Goyette 
Lourence Grimard 
Kenneth B. Gunn 
Thomas Handforth 
Elizabeth Hanson 
John Harris 
Norma Harry 
Nancy Hayes 
Harold Higginbotham 
Benjamin Hirsch 
Robert Hirst 
Dorothy Hughes 
Donald Jackson 
John Kabat 
William Kaynor 
Everett Kneeland 
Eva Knight 
Walter Knight 
Dorothy Koehler 
Hilda Kreyssig 
Sidney Kurnitsky 
Miles Leavitt 
Parker Lichtenstein 
Gardner Lombard 
Anna Lovett 
Margaret Lovett 
Thomas Lyman 
Robert Marsh 
William McKinney 
John McMahon 



Horry Metaxas 
Frederick Meyer 
Edward Munson, Jr. 
Willard Munson 
George O'Brien 
William O'Donnell 
Robert O'Neill 
Walter Perry 
Ruth Philip 
Muriel Phillips 
Pauline Podlenski 
Harland Pratt 
Sally Pratt 
Frances Riel 
John Rice 
Fronces Richmond 
Viola Rock 
Francis Rogers 
Hiliiard Rosenberg 
Edward Rudzki 
Lee Sannella 
Philip Schneider 
Frank Sherman 
John Sinclair 
Emil Smaha 
Felix Soderman 
Leo Tannenbaum 
Harvey Tripp 
John Tuttle 
Norman Walker 
Ruth Walker 
Elizabeth Wastcoat 
John White 
Martha White 
Jean Whitney 
Roy Wiggin 
Edmund Wilcox 
Edith Williams 



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BOOK TWO 

CHAPTER III 




f/r 




THE 
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CLASS OF 1939 

• 

OFFICERS 

President GORDON NAJAR 

Vice President .....' CONSTANCE FORTIN 

Secretary DOROTHY NICHOLS 

Treasurer ROBERT GLASS 

Captain HOWARD SLEFF 

Sergeant-at-Arms CHARLES RODDA, JR. 



HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1939 

The class of '39 returned to the campus this year with a great deal of antici- 
pation. Many members had made names for themselves in varied fields and the 
promise of the coming year was one of great accomplishments. 

The second week of school found the freshmen serenading the co-eds at 6:30 
A. M. every morning, under the tutelage of the Senate, aided and abetted by the 
Maroon Key. They were successful in teaching the freshmen the college songs and 
in cultivating in them a respect for the traditions of the college. The next week 




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HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1939 

the calm waters of the college pond were violently disrupted by the resounding slops 
of a huge rope as the Sophomores lost to a heavier freshmen combination in the sixty 
man rope pull after a titanic struggle. 

Elated by the victory in the rope pull, the freshmen were becoming rather con- 
fident and cocky; but in October came Razoo Night. The rout of the freshmen 
forces was complete and final. Regardless of any future victories in interclass 
struggles, the class of '40 retained a healthy respect for the fighting prowess of the 
men of '39. Crippled by the loss of many good men to varsity squads, the Sopho- 
mores lost a football game, a basketball game, and a swimming meet to the fresh- 
men, but they lost none of their reputation since they were making noble contributions 
to varsity sport. 

This year the annual Carnival was planned as a larger more organized event 
with greater facilities for winter sports than last year, when added funds were needed, 
the class of '39 backed the committee nobly by increasing its contribution fifty per- 
cent. Only the lack of snow and ice prevented it from enjoying the rewards of its 
faith in the Carnival. However, all the weekend was not lost. The Maroon Key and 
the Junior Prom Committee collaborated in presenting a highly successful Carnival 
Ball which was climaxed by the choice of a Sophomore, Miss Marjorie Demon, as 
Carnival Queen. 

The class of '39 has token a large place in the life of M. S. C, both in athletics 
and academics. It's members are conspicuous in every activity on the campus and 
with the coming years will be much more so, making many real contributions to M.S.C. 




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MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1939 



Alexander Alexion 

Fairhoven 
Born 1917 at New Bedford. Graduate Fairhoven 
High School. Major Chemistry. Football, 1. 
Track, 1. Phi Sigma Kappa. 

Mario Paul Alfieri 

Amherst 
Graduate Amherst High School. 

Robert Searle Allen 

Montgomery Road Westfield 

Born 1918. Graduate Westfield High School. 
Major in Horticulture. Spring Track Team, 1 . 
Phi Sigma Kappa. 

Rita Anderson 

61 Northampton Street Eosthompton 

Born 1917 at Proctor, Vermont. Graduate Eost- 
hompton High School. Major Home Economics. 
Sigma Beta Chi. 



Newton Center 



Henry Gardner Anderson 

Graduate Newton High School. 



Milton Edward Auerbach 

26 Commonwealth Avenue Springfield 

Born 1917 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School, Springfield. Major Physical and 
Biological Sciences. Men's Glee Club, 1, 2. 
Menorah Club, 1, 2. Soccer Teom, 1, 2. Bay 
State Revue, 1, 2. Phi Lambda Tau. 

John Murray Balcom 

124 Greenleof Street Quincy 

Born 1918 at Boston. Graduate Quincy High 
School. Major Chemistry. Christian Federation, 
1, 2. Cross-Country Team, 1, 2. Kappa Epsilon. 

Harvey Ellis Barker 

Plymouth 
Born 1917 at Plymouth. Graduate Plymouth 
High School. Major Floriculture. Football, 1. 
Baseball, 1. Alpha Sigma Phi. 

William Francis Barrett 

6 Orchard Street Adams 

Born 1917 at North Adams. Graduate Adorns 
High School. Maior Mathematics and Chemistry. 
Maroon Key, 2. Mathematics Club, 2. Football 
Team, 1. Basketball Teom, 1. Baseball Team, 
1. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

Lawrence Matthews Bortlett 

41 Lawrence Road Medford 

Born 1916 at Concord, N. H. Graduate Dean 
Academy and Medford High School. Major 
Entomology. 

Sidney Harold Beck 

106 Harvard Street Maiden 

Born 1916 at New Haven, Conn. Graduate Hill- 
house High School, N. H, Maior in Dairy In- 
dustry. Basketball, 1. Baseball, 1 (Manager). 
Freshman Handbook, 2 (Business Manager). 



Wallace George Beckman 

Springfield 
Born 1915 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major Entomology. Alpha Gamma 
Rho. 

Max Belgrade 

Northampton 
Born 1915 at Easton, Pennsylvania. Graduate 
Bulkeley High School, New London, Connecticut. 
Major Social Sciences. 



Hadley 



John Bemben 

Graduate Hopkins Academy. 
George Cobb Benjamin 



Born 1916 at Pittsfield. Graduate Lee High 
School. Maior Pre-Medicol. Soccer, 2. Phi 
Sigma Koppa. 

James George Bennas 

Amherst 
Born 1916 at Boston. Graduate Amherst High 
School. Major Physical and Biological Sciences. 
Soccer, 1. 

Robert Elmer Berry 

894 Hickory Street Springfield 

Born 1915 at Machias, Maine. Graduate Ecole 
Internationale, Geneva, Switzerland. Major in 
Landscape Architecture. 

Stanley Bettoney 

776 Central Street Stoughton 

Born 1918 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Gradu- 
ate Stoughton High. Major in Floriculture. 
Q. T. V. 

George Herman Bischoff 

Holyoke 
Born 1917 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major Chemistry. Mathematics Club, 
2. Chemistry Club, 2. 

Lawrence Hubbard Bixby 

Sunderland 
Born 1917 at Sunderland. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Major Agriculture. K. O. Club, 
1, 2. Football, 2. Cross-Country, 1. Spring 
Track, 1. 

Irving Blassberg 

30 Pork Street Turners Falls 

Born 1917 at Turners Falls. Graduate Turners 
Falls High School. Major in Chemistry. Menorah 
Club, 1, 2 Chemistry Club, 2. Phi Lambda Tou. 

James Henry Bolton 

East Northfield 
Born 1915 at East Northfield. Graduate Mount 
Hermon. Major Pre-Medical. 



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Charles Leiand Branch 

8 Dona Street Amherst 

Graduate Amherst High School. 

Mobelle Booth 

1 1 Bentwood Street Foxboro 

Bom 1919 at New York City, N. Y. Graduate 
Foxboro High School. Major in Social Sciences. 
Women's Glee Club, 2. Lambda Delta Mu. 

Geroldine Irene Bradley 

48 Pleasant Street Amherst 

Born 1918 at New Haven, Conn. Graduate 

Amherst High School. Major Social Sciences. 

Carnival Committee, I. Outing Club, 2. K. 0. 
Club, 2. 

James Louis Brann, Jr. 

High Street Westwood 

Born 1913 at Norwood. Graduate Dedhom High 
School. Transfer from Boston University. Major 
Physical ond Biological Sciences. 

Pauline Jean Brett 

Franklin Street Duxbury 

Born 1916 at Forest Hills. Graduate Duxbury 
High School. Major Home Economics. Informal 
Committee, 2. Home Economics Club, I, 2. 
Women's Athletic Association. 

Beryl Frances Briggs 

Ashburnham 
Born 1918 at Fitchburg. Graduate Gushing 
Academy. Major Home Economics. Roister 
Doisters, 1, 2. Lamba Delta Mu. 

Pauline Amelia Brisset 

895 Hampshire Street Holyoke 

Born 1917 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major French. 

Arthur David Broadfoot 

130 Pleasant Street Amherst 

Born 1918 at Amherst. Graduate Amherst High 
School. Major Social Sciences. 

George Brody 

67 Brunswick Street Roxbury 

Born 1918 at Boston. Graduate Roxbury Mem- 
orial High School. Major Genetics. Bond, I, 2. 
Dairy, 1. Mathematics, 2. Cross-Country, 1, 2 
(Manager). Spring Track, 1, 2 (Manager). 
Bacteriology, 2. Editor Freshman Handbook. 

Donald Emerson Brown 

19 Wallis Street Beverly 

Born 1918 at Germantown, Pennsylvania. Grad- 
uate Beverly High School. Major Physical and 
Biological Sciences. Outing Club, 1, 2. Radio 
Club, 2. Kappa Epsilon. 

Philip Eugene Burgun 

37 Chapel Street Canton 

Born 1917 at Jamaica, New York. Graduate 
Canton High School. Major Economics. Car- 
nival Committee, 2. Newman Club, 1, 2. Foot- 
ball, 1. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



Rosamond Morgot Burke 

78 Baker Avenue Beverly 

Born 1917 at Beverly. Graduate Beverly High 
School. Major Home Economics. Newman Club, 
1, 2. Phi Z^ta. 

Karl Henry Burnett 

Feeding Hills 
Donald Winslow Cadigon 

53 Beacon Street Greenfield 

Born 1916 at Greenfield. Graduate Deerfield 
Academy. Men's Debating Team, 1 . Maroon 
Key, 2. Outing Club, 1 . Dad's Day Committee, 
1 . Q. T. V. 

Robert Emery Coin 

Conway 
Born 1916 at North Adams. Graduate Deerfield 
Academy. Major Physical and Biological Sciences. 
Orchestra, 2. Soccer, 1, 2. Kappa Sigma. 

Donald Calo 

149-18-41 Avenue Flushing, New York 

Born 1919 at New York City. Graduate Mc- 
Burney School. Major Chemistry. Class Officer, 
1. Mathematics Club, 2. Soccer, 1. Swimming, 
1, 2. 



Abraham Carp 

96 Elm Hill Avenue Roxbury 

Born 1918 at Roxbury. Graduate Boston Public 
Latin School. Major Physical and Biological 
Sciences. Collegian, I (Business Board) . Fresh- 
man Handbook (Business Board). Alpha Epsilon 
Pi. 

Wellington Elmer Cassidy 

North Andover 
Born 1917 at New Brunswick, Canada. Graduate 
Johnson High School. Major Chemistry. Q. T. V. 

George Roger Coyer 

234 Girouard Street St. Hyacinthe, Canada 

Born 1913 at St. Hyacinthe. Major Dairy. 

Ronald Hale Chapin 

21 Linden Avenue Greenfield 

Born 1916 at Greenfield. Graduate Deerfield 
Academy. Major Physical and Biological Sciences. 

Charles Frederic Christie 

2 Tyler Place Amherst 

Born 1916 at Everett. Graduate Waltham High 
School. Major Chemistry. Spring Track, 1. 

Leon Stanley Clereszko 

80 Maple Street Holyoke 

Born 1917 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major Chemistry. Chemistry Club, 2. 



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Elizabeth May Clapp 

8 Harvard Street Springfield 

Born 1917 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major Home Economics. Sigmo 
Beta Chi. 



Shelagh Agnes Crowley 

32 Beauview Road West Springfield 

Born 1917 at Springfield. Graduate West Spring- 
field High School. Major Home Economics. 
Lambda Delta Mu. 



Lester L. Cohen 

25 Coss Street Springfield 

Born 1917 at Springfield. Graduate Central 
High School. Transfer from Michigan State 
College. Major Pre-Dental. 

Robert Salisbury Cole 

20 High Street Westfield 

Born 1918 at Springfield. Graduate Westfield 
High School. Maroon Key, 2, Carnival Com- 
mittee, 1, 2. Outing Club, 1, 2. Radio Club, 2. 

Doris Colgate 

Concord Road Billerica 

Born 1919 at Billerica. Graduate Howe High 

School. Major Entomology. Outing Club, 2, 

Grace Battell Cooper 

West Stockbridge Road Stockbridge 

Born 1918 at Stockbridge. Graduate Williams 
High School. Home Economics Club, 1. 



Lloyd Bardwell Copeland 

R F. D. 



Col rain 



Marjorie Louise Copeland 

R. F. D. Colrain 

Born 1918 at Shelburne. Graduate Arms Acad- 
emy. Major Physical and Biological Sciences. 
Outing Club, 1. 

Ivan Roper Cousins 

110 Franklin Street Greenfield 

Born 1918 at Fitchburg. Graduate Greenfield 
High School. Major Pre-Medical. Men's Glee 
Club, 1, 2. Roister Doisters, 1, 2. Newman 
Club, 1, 2. 

Donald Harry Cowles 

24 Colborne Road Brighton 

Born 1917 at Westfield. Graduate Brighton High 
School. Major Physical and Biological Science. 
Collegian (Business Board). Carnival Committee, 
2. Football, 2. Lambda Chi Alpha. 

William Hayward Cox 

192 Summer Street Bridgewater 

Born 1916 at Bridgewater. Graduate Bridgewater 
High School. Major Physical Education. Swim- 
ming Team, 1. Theto Chi. 

Justina Cotta Crosby 

49 Clinton Place Newton Centre 

Born 1917 at Newton Centre. Graduate Newton 
High School. Major Home Economics. Home 
Economics Club, 2. Sigma Beta Chi. 



Eleanor Save! Curtis 

96 Stafford Street Worcester 

Born 1917 at Worcester. Graduate South High 
School, Major Home Economics. Women's Glee 
Club, 1, 2. 

Mildred Ann Czajkowski 

R. D. Box 107 Amherst 

Born 1918 at Hadley. Graduate Hopkins Acad- 
emy. Major Home Economics. 

Marjorie Eva Damon 

Haydenville 
Born 1917 at Florence. Graduate Williamsburg 
High School. Major English. Sigma Beta Chi. 

Beatrice Louise Davenport 

North Avenue Mendon 

Born 1913 at Mendon. Graduate Gushing Acod- 
emy. Major History. Alpha Lambda Mu (Social 
Chairman, 2). 

Dorothy Mary Decatur 

Draper Road Wayland 

Born 1918 at Wayland. Graduate Wayland High 
School. Transfer Radcliffe College. Major Home 
Economics. Newman Club, 2. K. O. Club, 2. 

Roger Herman Decker 

34 Hampden Street Westfield 

Born 1919 at Westfield. Graduate Westfield 
High School. Major Chemistry. Men's Glee 
Club, 1, 2. Radio Club, 2. Chemistry Club, 2. 
Mathematics Club, 2. Alpha Gamma Rho. 

Raymond Alphonse Degraff 

188 South Street Holyoke 

Born 1918 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. 

Edgar Wellwood Dimock 

Carlton Street Oxford 

Born 1917 at Worcester. Graduate Oxford High 
School. Major Dairy Industry. Men's Glee Club, 
1, 2. 

Ethel Winnifred Dixon 

Leverett 
Born 1917 at Monmouth, Maine. Graduate Am- 
herst High School. Major Home Economics. 
K. O. Club, 2. 

Joseph Anthony Doherty 

20 Warren Street Revere 

Born 1917 at Boston. Graduate Revere High 
School. Major in Biology. Basketball Team, 1. 
Spring Track Team, 1. Phi Sigma Kappa. 



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MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1939 



Kenneth Ronald Dorman 



Graduate Hordwick High School. 



Gilbertville 



Doris Hopkins Dyer 

63A Mom Street Sougus 

Born 1917 at Sougus. Graduate Saugus High 
School. Major Social Sciences. Sigma Beta Chi. 

Elizabeth Dockman Eaton 

487 Pleasant Street Holyoke 

Born 1916 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major Distributed Languages. Christian 
Federation, 2. Lambda Delta Mu. 

Eva Margaret Eldridge 

Wood Rood Boss River, So. Yarmouth 

Born 1918 at South Yarmouth. Graduate Yar- 
mouth High School. Major Longuages and Lit- 
erature. Outing Club, 1. Sigma Beta Chi. 

Everett Warner Eldridge, Jr. 

31 Converse Street Palmer 

Born 1917 at Springfield. Graduate Palmer High 
School. Major Economics. Basketball Team, 1. 
Theta Chi. 

Richard Duncan Elliott 

16 Stevens Street Winchester 

Born 1916 at Winchester. Graduate Winchester 
High School. Major Agriculture. Outing Club, 
1, 2. Dairy Club, 2. Animal Husbandry Club, 
1, 2. K. 0. Club, 1, 2. Cross-Country, 1. 
Kappa Epsilon. 

Thomas Joseph Enright 

81 Porker Street Pittsfield 

Born 1916 at Pittsfield. Graduate Pittsfield High 
School. Major English. Collegian (Campus and 
Sports). Newman Club, 1, 2. Freshman Hand- 
book (Editor-in-Chief). Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Morjorie Harrold Esson 

127 Foirmount Street Dorchester 

Born 1917 at Dorchester. Graduate Dorchester 

Girls' High School. Major Home Economics. 

Frederick Dickinson Estabrook 

14 Pork Street Florence, Northampton 

Born 1916 at New Britain, Connecticut. Grad- 
uate Mount Hermon School. Major Mathematics 
and Physics. 

Froncis Thomas Fanning 

Milton 
Born 1914 at Milton. Graduate Kent's Hill High 
School. 



Paul Richard Fanning 

Graduate Kent's Hill High School. 



Francis John Farren 

7 Burt Street Adams 

Born 1915 at North Adams. Groduote Adorns 
High School. Major Pre-Medical, Radio Club, 1. 
Soccer Team, 1 . Phi Sigma Kappa. 

Leo Daniel Fay 

28 Aldworth Street Boston 

Born 1917 ot Boston, Graduate Jamaica Plain 
High School. Major Vocational Agriculture. 
Menoroh Club, 1, 2. 

Maurice Featherman 

9 Elm Street Natick 

Born 1916 at Natick. Graduate Natick High 
School. Mojor Economics. Football Team, 1. 
Basketball Team, 1. Hockey Team, 1. Spring 
Track Team, 1 . Freshman Handbook (Associate 
Editor). Alpha Epsilon Pi. 

Myron Wolf Fisher 

325 Shirley Street Winthrop 

Born 1918 at Hudson. Graduate Winthrop High 
School. Major Dairy Industry. Phi Lambda Tau. 

Eleanor Frances Fitts 

East Main Street Northboro 

Born 1917 at Northboro, Graduate Northboro 
High School. Major Home Economics. Women's 
Glee Club, 1, 2. Home Economics Club, 2 (Social 
Committee). 

William Henry Fitzpatrick 

Graduate Amesbury High School. 

Elizabeth Peer Flynn 

Belchertown State School Belchertown 

Born at Springfield. Graduate Classical High 
School, Springfield. Major Physical and Biological 
Sciences. 

Wilma Ruth Foerster 

45 Lawler Street Holyoke 

Born 1918 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major Social Sciences. 

Bertram Fogel 

4 Maple Street Roxbury 

Born 1916 at Lynn. Graduate Boston English 
High School, Alpha Epsilon Pi. 

Constance Claire Fortin 

18 Gates Street Holyoke 

Born 1917 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Roister Doisters, 1, 2. Student Religious 
Council, 1, 2 (Secretary). Newman Club 1 2 
Class Officer, 1, 2. Phi Zeto. 



Amesbury 



Ralph Longwell Foster 



Col rain 



Donald Maxwell Fowell 

61 Woodlown Avenue Northampton 

Born 1916 at Columbus, Ohio. Graduate Uni- 
versity of Toronto Schools. Major Chemistry. 
Roister Doisters, 2. 



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MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1939 



Arnold Elliot Freedman 

271 Normandy Street Roxbury 

Born 1918 at Boston. Graduate Boston Latin 
School. Major English. Roister Doisters, 1, 2. 
Men's Debating Team, 2. Menorah Club, 1, 2. 
Football Team, 1 (Manager). 

Harry Friedman, Jr. 

50 Grafton Street Newton Center 

Born 1916 at Nashville, Tenn. Graduate Newton 
High School. Transfer from Northeastern 
University. 



John Joseph Galvin 

Graduate St. Michael's High School. 



Northampton 



Richard Alden Giles 

Main Street Cummington 

Born 1917 at Cummington. Graduate North- 
ampton High School. Major Botany. Outing 
Club, 2. Freshman Handbook (Business Board). 
Kappa. Epsilon. 

Robert Butterfield Glass 

92 Appleton Street Arlington 

Born 1916 at Somerville. Graduate Belmont High 
School. Major Economics. Class Officer, 1, 2. 
Football Team, 1. Theta Chi. 

John Feral Glick 

6 North Hodley Road Amherst 

Born 1917 at Freeport, Illinois. Graduate Am- 
herst High School and Kimball Union Academy 
Major Economics. Band, 1. Maroon Key, 2. 
Psychology Club, 2. Football Team, I . Basket- 
ball Team, 1,2. Kappa Sigma. Burnham Decla- 
mation Contest. 



Lewis Lyman Glow 

Graduate Pepperell High School. 



East Pepperell 



David Goldberg 

276 State Street Northampton 

Born 1917 at Newark, N. J. Graduate North- 
ampton High School. Major Mathematics. 

Florence Sylvia Goldberg 

28 Quint Avenue Allston 

Born 1918 at Boston. Graduate Brighton High 
School. Major Physical and Biological Sciences. 
Women's Glee Club, 1, 2. Menorah Club, 1, 2. 
Chemistry Club, 2. Sigma Iota. 

Sylvia Goldman 

9 Lamar Avenue Worcestec 

Born 1917 at Worcester. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major Physical and Biological 
Sciences. Women's Glee Club, 1, 2. Menorah 
Club, 1, 2. Psychology Club, 2. Sigma Iota. 

Frederick Dickinson Goode, Jr. 

Auburndale 



Harold Thomas Gordon 

71 Center Street Holyoke 

Born 1918 at Holyoke, Graduate Holyoke High 

School. Major Physical and Biological Sciences. 

Chester Allen Gove 

239 School Street Walpole 

Born 1916 at Walpole. Graduate Walpole High 
School. Major Economics. Collegian, 1, 2. 
(Business Board). Soccer Team, 1. Hockey 
Team, 1 . Phi Sigma Kappa. 

Emerson Wallace Grant 

Bridge Street Middleboro 

Born 1917 at Boston. Graduate Vermont Acad- 
emy . Major Farm Management. Animal Hus- 
bandry Club, 1. Phi Sigma Kappa. 

James Oliver Stanley Graves 

16 Foirview Terrace Greenfield 

Born 1916 at Hatfield. Graduate Greenfield 
High School and Deerfield Academy. Major 
Animal Husbandry. Spring Track, 1. Alpha 
Gamma Rho. ' 

Charles William Griffin 

934 Dwight Street Holyoke 

Born 1917 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major English. Football Team, 1. Spring 
Track, 1. 

Marion Elizabeth Gunness 

105 Butterfield Terrace Amherst 

Born 1918 at Amherst. Graduate Amherst High 
School, Major Distributed Sciences. Outing 
Club, 2. 

Bettina Hall 

75 Carpenter Street Foxboro 

Born 1918 at Foxboro. Graduate Foxboro High 
School. Major Pre-Medicol. Dad's Day Com- 
mittee, 2. Pre-Med. Club, 1, 2. Women's Ath- 
letic Association (Secretary). 

Helen Hottie Hollos 

56 Paul Street Newton Center 

Born 1915 at Hyde Park, N. Y. Transfer from 
Sargent College and Miss Wheelock's School. 
Major Education. 

Thomas Edward Handforth 

101 Main Street West Medway 

Born 1915 at Quincy. Graduate Medway High 
School. Major Economics. Band, 1, 2. Newman 
Club, 1, 2. 

William James Hanigan 

249 White Street Springfield 

Born 1914 at Ludlow. Graduate Cathedral High 
School, Springfield. Transfer American Inter- 
national College, Springfield. Major Chemistry. 



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MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1939 



Marjorie Eulalo Harris 

Leominster 
Born 1915 at Leominster. Graduote Leominster 
High School. Major Home Economics ond Flori- 
culture. Home Economics Club, 1, 2, Outing 
Club, 2. 4-HCIub, 2. Glee Club, 1, 2. Lambda 
Delta Mu 

George Joseph Hoylon 

13 Broad Street Pittsfield 

Born 1917 at Pittsfield. Graduate Pittsfield 
High School, Major History and Sociology. New- 
man Club, 1, 2. Dad's Day Committee, 2. A. B. 
Degree Committee, 2. Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Paul Harlow Haynes 

155 High Street Southbridge 

Born 1918 at Worcester. Graduate M. E. Wells 
High School. Major Mathematics. 



Frank Clifford Healy 



Buckland, Conn. 



Jeanette Herman 

73 Ruthven Street Roxbury 

Born 1917 at Boston. Graduate Memoriol High 
School. Major Chemistry. Women's Glee Club, 
1, 2. Menorah Club, 1, 2. Chemistry Club, 2. 
Sigma Iota. 

Harold Garland Higginbotham 

18 Hastings Avenue Worcester 

Born 1914 at Worcester. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major Languages and Literature. 
Men's Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. 

David Winford Hornbaker 

31 Indion Hill Road Worcester 

Born 1917 at Worcester. Graduate North High 
School. Major Physicol and Biological Sciences. 



Baseball Team, 



Theta Chi. 



Iro Lee Jackson 

Fairhaven 
Born 1917 at Maiden, Graduate Fairhaven High 
School. Mcjor Economics. Assistant Footboll 
Manager, 2, Phi Lambda Tau, 

Elizabeth Shirley Jasper 

76 Virginia Street Springfield 

Born 1916 at Springfield, Graduate Classical 
High School, Major Home Economics. Home 
Economics Club, 1, 2. Christian Federation, 1. 
Lambda Delta Mu. 

Rose KrisHne Jensen 

20 Royal Rood Worcester 

Born 1916 at Worcester. Graduate High School 
of Commerce. Moior Chemistry. Women's Glee 
Club, 1 , Lambda Delta Mu. 

David Hammond Johnson 

40 Mapleton Avenue Suffield, Conn. 

Born 1917 at Springfield. Graduate Suffield 
School. Transfer University of Colorado. Major 
Economics. Sigma Phi Epsilon, 

Lawrence Edward Johnson 

598 Dwight Street Holyoke 

Born 1916 at Springfield, Graduate Williston 
Academy Mojor Economics, Soccer Team, 1. 
Basketball Team, 1. Kappa Sigma. 

Charles Nelson Julian 

Amherst 
Born 1914 at Amherst. Graduate Amherst High 
School. Major Physics. Radio Club, 1, 2 (Presi- 
dent, 2). Band, 1, 2. Honor Council, 1, 2. Phi 
Sigma Kappa. 

Coleman Katz 

Boston 
Graduate Boston Public Latin School. 



William Wallace Howe 

4 Mom Street Dalton 

Born 1917 at Pittsfield. Graduate Dalton High 
School. Major Pre-Dental. Football Team, 1, 2. 

Herbert Shurtleff Howes 

8 Rice Street Middleboro 

Born 1917 at Middleboro. Graduate Memorial 
High School. Major Economics. Swimming 
Team, 1 , Kappa Sigma, 



Stephen Malcolm Jablonski 

Graduate Greenfield High School, 



Greenfield 



Donald Bolles Jackson 

57 Lincoln Avenue Amherst 

Born 1915 at Amherst. Graduate Amherst High 
School and the Lebanon School. Major English. 
Men's Glee Club, 2. Phi Sigma Kappa. 



Arthur Milton Kaplan 

56 Marlboro Street Chelsea 

Born 1918 at Chelsea. Graduate Chelsea High 
School. Major Bacteriology. 

Anne Fern Kaplinsky 

306 Chestnut Street Holyoke 

Born 1918 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major Social Sciences. Sigma Iota. 

Mary Margaret Keefe 

42 Jefferson Street Westfield 

Born 1918 at Westfield. Graduate Westfield 
High School. Major Social Sciences. Newman 
Club, 1, 2, Lambda Delta Mu, 

Katherine Eleanor Kerivan 

959 Chestnut Street Newton Upper Falls 

Born 1917 at Newton Upper Falls, Graduate 
Newton High School, Mojor Social Sciences^ 
Newman Club, 1, 2, Lambda Delta Mu, 



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MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1939 



Louis Kertzman 

]0 Magnus Avenue Somerville 

Born 1919 at Somerville. Graduate Somerville 
High School. Major Physical and Biological 
Sciences. Menorah Club, 1. Hockey Team, 1. 
Alpha Epsilon Pi, 

Edmund MacKeyes 

R. F. D. No. 2 Amherst 

Born 1916 at Pelham. Graduate Hopkins Acad- 
emy. Major Social Sciences. Soccer Team, 1. 
Baseball Team, 1. Kappa Epsilon. 

James Sumner King 

32 Brooks Street Maynard 

Born 1917 at Bath, Maine. Graduate Lawrence 
Academy. Major Mathematics. Lambda Chi 
Alpha. 

Alleen Louise Kingsbury 

109 River Street Brointree 

Born 1903 at Brointree. Graduate Brointree 
High School. Transfer Plymouth, New Hampshire 
Normal School. Major Home Economics. 

Louis Carl Knarr 

49 Parkside Avenue Springfield 

Born 1914 at Chicopee. Graduate Lynn Classical 

High School. Transfer University of Tennessee. 



Stanley Joseph Krowka 

Graduate Northampton High School. 



Northampton 



Everett Milton Kruger 

24 Arlington Street Newton 

Born 1918 at Winthrop. Graduate Newton High 
School. Major Physical and Biological Sciences. 
Roister Doisters (Assistant Manager). 

Donald Seabury Lawson 

18 College Form Rood Wolthom 

Born 1916 at Wolthom. Graduate Wolthom 
High School. Major Physical and Biological 
Sciences, Band, 2. Soccer Team, 1. 

Leopold Joseph Lecloir 

1 1 South Pleasant Street Amherst 

Born 1918 at Amherst. Graduate Amherst High 
School. Major English. 

Richard Everett Lee 

96 Morgan Street New Bedford 

Born 1915 at New Bedford. Graduate New Bed- 
ford High School. Major Chemistry. Football 
Team, 1, 2. Rifle Teom. Sergeant-at-Arms, 
Lombda Chi Alpha. 

Charles Edward Lehr 

68 Parkside Street Springfield 

Born 1915 at Chicago, Illinois. Graduate Cathe- 
dral High School. Transfer American Inter- 
national College. Major Economics. 



Leonard Maurice Levin 

35 Maple Street Northampton 

Born 1917 at Northampton. Graduate North- 
ampton High School, Major Physical and Bio- 
logical Sciences, Men's Glee Club, 1 (Violin 
Soloist). Soccer Team, 1. 

Parker Earl Lichtenstein 

66 Sargent Street Melrose 

Born 1915 at Somerville. Graduate Melrose High 
School. Major Physical and Biological Sciences. 

Clifford Ellwood Lippincott 

104 Laurel Street Lee 

Born 1917 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Grad- 
uate Lee High School. Major Landscape Archi- 
tecture. Men's Glee Club, 2. Swimming Team, 
1 . Phi Sigma Koppo. 

Phillips Edward Luce 

16 Event Avenue Frominghom 

Born 1917 at Frominghom. Graduate Froming- 
hom High School. Major Entomology. Psychol- 
ogy Club, 2. Cross-Country Team, 2. Hockey 
Team, 1. Alpha Sigma Phi. 

Thomas Graves Lyman 

8 High Street Eosthompton 

Born 1916 at Easthompton. Graduate Williston 
Academy. Major Social Sciences. Roister 
Doisters, 2. Soccer Team, 2. Hockey Team, 2. 
Phi Sigma Kappa. 

Julia Mary Lynch 

38 Mill Street Westfield 

Born 1918 at Westfield. Graduate Westfield 
High School. Major English. Orchestra, 1, 2. 
Newman Club, 1, 2. String Ensemble, 1, 2. 
Lambda Delta Mu. 

Margaret Phyllis MacDonald 

Huntington 
Born 1917 at Northampton. Graduate Hunt- 
ington High School. Major Home Economics. 
Outing Club, 2. Home Economics Club, 2. 
(Sophomore Representative). Christian Federa- 
tion, 1, 2 (Secretary, 2). K. 0. Club, 1, 2. 
Lambda Delta Mu. 

Margaret May Madden 

17 Annis Street Methuen 

Born 1918 at Methuen, Graduate Edward F, 
Seorles High School. Major Home Economics. 
Women's Glee Club, 2. Home Economics Club, 
1. Christian Federation, 1, 2. 

Isaac Edward Malkin 

Chelsea 
Born 1915 at Boston. Graduate Chelsea High 
School. Major Pre-Dental, Bond, 1, 2. 

Justine Gordon Martin 

31 Banfint Road Jamaica Plain 

Born 1915 at Arlington Heights. Graduate Rox- 
bury Memorial High School. Major Bacteriology. 
Bacteriology Club, 1. Women's Rifle Team, 1, 2. 
Lambda Delta Mu. 



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MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1939 



Marian Isabel Maschin 

8 Ook Street Westtield 

Born 1918 at Westfield. Graduote Westfield 
High School. Mojor English. Women's Glee Club, 
1, 2. Student Religious Council, 2. Christian 
Federation, 1,2. K. O. Club, 1, 2. 

Donald Stewart Mayo 

421 Mollis Street Framingham 

Born 1917 at Framingham. Graduate Framing- 
ham High School. Major Forestry. Psychology 
Club, 2. Hockey, 1. Alpha Sigma Phi. 

William Blake McCowan 

70 Berwick Street Worcester 

Born 1916 at Springfield. Graduate North High 
School. Major Economics. Psychology Club, 2. 
Alpha Sigma Phi. 

William James McKinney 

493 Central Street Sougus 

Born 1914 at Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania. Grad- 
uate Saugus High School, Major Economics. 
Soccer Team, 1, 2. Football Team, 1. Basket- 
ball Team, 1. Baseball Team, 1. Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. 

James Meehan 

Lawrence 
Graduate Lawrence High School. 

Mary Theresa Meehan 

61 Brookline Avenue Holyoke 

Born 1917 at Putnam, Connecticut. Graduote 
Woodstock Academy. Major Social Sciences. 
Collegian, 1, 2. 

Seoton Crawford Mendall 

89 Pierce Street Middleboro 

Born 1917 at Middleboro. Graduate Middleboro 
Memorial High School. Major Entomology. Kap- 
pa Sigma. 

Frances Somerville Merrill 

North Main Street Raynham Center 

Born 1917 at Manhattan, Kansas. Graduate 
Taunton High School. Major Social Sciences. 
Women's Rifle Team. Sigma Beta Chi. 

Harry Louis Metaxes 

59 Conway Street Greenfield 

Born 1915 at Mytilene, Greece. Graduate Green- 
field High School. Major Social Sciences. 

Ethel Meurer 

Springfield 
Born 1917 at Springfield. Graduate Springfield 
Technical High School. Major Physical and 
Biological Sciences. Lambda Delta Mu. 

Clara Evelyn Mickelson 

Old Cannon Road Millbury 

Born 1917 at Millbury. Graduate Millbury High 
School. Transfer from Framingham State Teach- 
ers' College. Major Physical and Biological 
Sciences. Christian Federation, 2. 



Alexander Andrew Miller 

88 Sterling Road East Hartford, Conn. 

Born 1918 at South Windsor, Conn. Graduate 
Rockwell High School. Major Chemistry. Chem- 
istry Club, 1. Hockey Team, 1 

Douglas Duncan Milne 

6 Glen Rood Lexington 

Born 1917 at Simsbury, Conn. Graduate Lexing- 
ton High School. Major Physics. Radio Club, 2. 
Swimming Team, 1. 

Fulton Albert Moorehead 

16 Glen Street Melrose 

Born 1916 at Belmont. Graduate Melrose High 
School. Major Forestry. Hockey Team, 1. 



Clifton Wentworth Morey 



Belmont 



Edward Lawrence Morin 

Amherst 
Born 1915 at Northampton. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Major Social Sciences. Baseball, 1 

Robert Harold Muller 

3 Birch Road Dorien, Conn. 

Born 1918 at New York City. Graduate Dorien 
High School. Major Economics. Carnivol Com- 
mittee, 2. Lambda Chi Alpha. 

John Joseph Murphy 

Lynn 
Graduate Lynn Classical High School. Phi Sigma 



Robert Joseph Murphy 

222 King Street Springfield 

Born 1918 at Springfield. Graduate Springfield 
Technical High School. Major Mathematics. 
Mathematics Club, 2. Hockey Team, 1 . Base- 
ball Team, 1, 2. Football Team, 1. Phi Sigma 
Kappa. 

Alvan John Myerson 

83 Beals Street Brookline 

Born at Cambridge. Graduate Brookline High 
School. Major Physical and Biological Sciences. 
Alpha Epsilon Pi. 

Gordon Ellery Nojar 

Highland Street Housotonic 

Born 1915 at Housotonic. Graduate Searles 
High School. Major Chemistry. Men's Glee 
Club, 1, 2. Maroon Key, 2. Outing Club, 2. 
Class Officer (President, 2). Phi Sigma Kappa. 

Shirley Elizabeth Nestle 

Triangle Street Amherst 

Born 1918 at Northampton. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Major Economics. Outing Club, 1. 
Newman Club, 1. 



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MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1939 



Dorot-hy Elizabeth Nichols 

64 King Street Westfield 

Born 1917 at West Wilmington, Conn. Graduate 
Westfield High School. Major English. Student 
Religious Council, 2. Christian Federation, 1, 2. 
Class officer (Secretory, 2). Women's Student 
Government Association, 2. Lambda Delta Mu. 

Olive Freeman Norwood 

15 Eureka Terrace Worcester 

Born 1915 at Worcester. Graduate South High 
School. Major Home Economics. Ring Com- 
mittee, 2. Sigma Beta Chi. 

Grace Patricia O'Donnell 

Granville Road Granville 

Born 191 8 at Westfield. Graduate Westfield 
High School. Major Languages. Newman Club, 
1, 2. Lombda Delta Mu. 

William Gregory O'Donnell 

38 Thayer Street Milford 

Born 1916 at Milford Graduate Milford High 
School. Major English. Bond, 1. Newman 
Club, 1, 2 Baseball Team, 1. (Manager). 

Elizabeth Janet Olson 

188 School Street Manchester 

Born 1917 at Beverly. Graduate Story High 
School. Major Distributed Sciences. Christian 
Federation, 1, 2. 



Holyol<e 



Samuel Orlen 

Graduate Holyoke High School. 

Robert Wesley Packard 

Worcester 
Graduate Worcester South High School. 

Tracy Omar Page 

51 Knox Street Springfield 

Born 1915 at Putney, Vermont. Graduate Clos- 
sicol High School, Springfield. Major Pre-Med- 
ical. Swimming Team, 1. 

John Alfred Parker 

Ashby 

Nancy Parks 

Century Farm Sherborn 

Born 1918 at Boston. Graduate Newton High 
School. Major Physical and Biological Sciences. 
Women's Athletic Association, 2. Sigma Beta 
Chi. 

Ray Pormenter 

466 King Street Franklin 

Born 1917 at Franklin. Graduate Franklin High 
School. Major Physical and Biological Sciences. 
Psychology Ouh, 2. Alpha Sigma Phi. 



Joseph Paul 

359 Bridge Street Northampton 

Born 1917 at Northampton, Graduate North- 
ampton High School. Major Mathematics and 
Londscope Architecture, Band, 2. Spring Track 
Team, 1 

George Anthony Pereira 

1657 Northampton Street Holyoke 

Born 1918 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major Pre-Medical. Pre-Med. Club, 2. 

Ellsworth Phelps, Jr. 

135 Crescent Street Northampton 

Born 1917 at Washington, D. C. Graduate 
Northampton High School. Major Physical Educa- 
tion. Outing Club, 2. Basketball Team, 1. 
Baseball Team, 1. 

Laurence Kent Pickard 

Elm Street Salisbury 

Born 1917 at Rowley. Graduate Amesbury High 
School. Major Farm Management. Men's Glee 
Club, 1, 2. Cross-Country Team, 1, 2. Spring 
Track Team, 1 , 2. 

Stanley Podolak 

76 Maple Street Easthampton 

Born 1916 at Easthampton. Graduate Williston 
Academy. Major Social Sciences. Chemistry 
Club, 2. Soccer Team, 1, 2. Basketball Team, 
1. Kappa Epsilon. 

Richard Lyman Powers 

1574 Westfield Street West Springfield 

Born 1918 at Springfield. Graduate West Spring- 
field High School. Major Physical and Biological 
Sciences. Soccer Team, 1, 2. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

Frederick J. Purnell 

2 Tyler Place Amherst 

Born 1917 at Agowam. Graduate Amherst High 
School. Major English. 

Virginia Pushee 

North Pleasant Street North Amherst 

Born 1917 at Northampton. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Major Home Economics. Women's 
Glee Club, 1,2. K. 0. Club, 2. 

Irvin Douglass Reade 

66 Dewey Avenue Whitman 

Born 1917 at Brockton. Graduate Whitman High 
School. Major Economics and History. Cross- 
Country Team, 1, 2. Spring Track Team, 1. 
Q. T. V. 

Milton Paul Reiser 

318 Clifton Street Maiden 

Born 1917 at Chelsea. Graduate Maiden High 
School. Major Economics and English. 

Eunice Moore Richardson 

Boldwinsville 
Born 1916 at Natick. Graduate South High 
School, Worcester. Major Horticulture. 4-H 
Club, 1, 2. Y. W, C. A., 1. 



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MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1939 



Francis James Riel 

Turners Falls 
Born 1914 at Colroin. Graduate Turners Falls 
High School, Major in Distributed Sciences. 
Maroon Key, 2. Class President, 1, 2. Football, 
1, 2 (M). Baseball, 1. Basketball, 1. 

Everett Roberts 

293 Franklin Street Quincy 

Born 1915 ot Quincy, Graduate Quincy High 
School ond Norfolk County Agriculturol School. 
Major Vocational Education ond Animal Hus- 
bandry. Dairy Club, 2. Animal Husbandry Club, 
1. Soccer Team, 1, 2. Q. T. V. 

Charles Rodda, Jr. 

18 Manchester Terrace Springfield 

Born 1917 at Springfield. Graduate Springfield 
Technical High School. Major Chemistry. Col- 
legian, 2 (Business Board). Class Officer, 2. 
Captain Freshman Soccer, 1. Soccer Team, 1, 2 
(M). Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Mary Rogosa 

55 Cherry Street Lynn 

Born 1917 at Lynn. Graduate Lynn English High 
School. Major Social Science. History-Sociology 
Club, 2. Menorah Club, 1, 2. Sigma Iota. 

Harold Davies Rose 

26 Bailey Street Medford 

Born 1916 at Medford. Groduote Medford High 

School. Major Physical and Biological Sciences. 

Sidney Rosen 

32 Abbott Street Dorchester 

Born 1916 at Boston. Graduate Boston Latin 
School, Tronsfer from Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology. Major Languages and Literature. 
Menorah Club, 2. 

Morris Rosenthal 

87 Fairview Avenue West Springfield 

Born 1916 at New York City, Groduote West 
Springfield High School. Major Chemistry. 

Albert Henry Ross 

101 Westville Street Dorchester 

Born 1917 at Boston. Graduate Boston English 
High School. Transfer from Tufts College. 
Major Social Science. 

Henry Arthur Salmela 

112 Parker Street Moynard 

Born 1915 at Duluth, Minn. Graduate Moynard 
High School. Transfer Michigan State Normal 
College. Major Mathematics. 

Lee Lawrence Sanborn 

Holyoke 
Graduate Charles E. Gorton High School, Yonkers, 
New York. 

Donald Lincoln Songster 

181 Locust Street Holyoke 

Born 1917 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School, Major Chemistry. 



Joan Rosina Sonnella 

120 Moplewood Terrace Springfield 

Born 1917 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major Social Science. Women's 
Glee Club 

Vincent Raymond Schmidt 

622 Summer Street New Bedford 

Born 1914 at New Bedford, Graduate New Bed- 
ford High School, Mojor Chemistry, Radio Club, 
2, Chemistry Club, 2. Rifle Team, 1, 2, Kappa 
Epsilon. 

Charles Schwartz 

24 Homesteod Street Roxbury 

Born 1918 at Boston. Graduate Roxbury Mem- 
orial High School. Major Economics, Menorah 
Club, 1,2. 

Ernest Schwartz 

72 Lebanon Street Springfield 

Born 1916 at Holyoke. Graduate Springfield 
Technical High 'School. Major Chemistry, 
Chemistry Club, 2, Soccer Teom, 1 . Phi Lambda 
Tou, 

Bernice Sedaff 

10 Nevada Street Winthrop 

Born 1917 at Boston. Graduate Winthrop High 
School. Major Home Economics. Women's Glee 
Club, i, 2, Home Economics Club, 1, 2. Menorah 
Oub, 1, 2. Sigma Iota (Historian). 

Eleanor Louise Sheehan 

Holyoke 
Born 1918 at Holyoke. Graduate Holyoke High 
School. Major Social Sciences. 

Chester Sherman 

35 Lincoln Avenue Amherst 

Born 1915 at Chicopee. Graduate Chicopee High 
School. Moior in Botany. M. S. C. 4-H Club, 

1, 2. Men's Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. Carnival Com- 
mittee, 3. Bay State Revue, 1, 3. 

Lee Charles Shipman 

57 Copperfield Rood Worcester 

Born 1916 at Worcester. Graduate Classical High 
School. Major Distributed Sciences. Men's Glee 
Club. Psychology Club, 2. Alpha Sigma Phi. 

Belva Marie Sinclair 

33 Prince Street Northampton 

Born 1918 at Northampton. Graduate St. 
Michael's High School. Major Home Economics, 
Newman Club, 1, 2. Sigma Beto Chi. 

Charles Edward Slater 

Tyringham 
Born 1917 at Pittsfield. Graduate Lee High 
School. Major Animol Husbandry. Outing Club, 

2. Animal Husbandry Club, 1,2. K. 0. Club, 
1, 2. Cross-Country Team, 1, 2. Spring Track 
Team, 1 , 



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MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1939 



Raymond Elmer Smart, Jr. 

67 East Pleasant Street Amherst 

Born 1918 at Springfield. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Band, 2. Newman Club, 1, 2, 
Swimming Team, 1. Baseball Team, 1. 



Francis Eliot Smith 



Graduate Arlington High School. 



Arlington 



Bethany Parker Snow 

54 Kenneth Street West Roxbury 

Born 1917 at Boston, Graduate Jamaica Plain 
High School. Major Social Sciences. 

Franklin Wallburg Southwick 

49 Jefferson Avenue White Plains, N. Y. 

Born 1917 at Boston. Graduate White Plains 
High School. Major Pomology. Maroon Key, 2. 
Football Team, 2. Basketball Team, 1, 2. Lambda 
Chi Alpha. 



Philip Solar 



Graduate Lynn English High School. 



Lynn 



George Joseph Spelman 

35 East Pleasant Street Amherst 

Born 1917 at New London, Conn. Graduote 
Amherst High School. Major Physical and Bio- 
logical Sciences. Q. T. V. 

Inez Evelyn Spofford 

18 Winchester Street Haverhill 

Born 1917 ot Haverhill. Graduate Haverhill High 
School. Major Home Economics. Women's Glee 
Club, 2. Home Economics Club, 1, 2. Christian 
Federation, 1. 

Edmond Joseph Stawiecki 

4 Brandon Road Dudley (Webster) 

Born 1918 at Jewett City, Conn. Graduate Bart- 
lett High School. Major Languages. Men's 
Glee Club, 1. Newman Club, 1, 2. 

Jacob Steinberg 

255 Spruce Street Chelsea 

Born 1918 at Chelsea. Graduate Chelsea High 
School. Major Pre-Medicol. Cross-Country 
Team, 1. Freshman Handbook. Alpha Epsilon Pi. 

Courtney Junior Stetson 

43 Trovers Street Athol 

Born 1916 at Erving. Graduate Templeton High 
School. Major Economics. Swimming Team, 2. 
Theta Chi. 

Howard Newton Steff 

Old County Road North Dartmouth 

Born 1915 at North Dartmouth. Graduate Dart- 
mouth High School. Major Physical and Bio- 
logical Sciences. Maroon Key, 2, (Vice-Presi- 
dent). Class Officer, 1, 2, (Captain). Cross- 
Country Team, 1, 2. Baseball, 1. Theta Chi. 



Edward Forrest Stoddard 

Cochituote Road Fromingham 

Born 1916 at North Abington. Graduate Fro- 
mingham High School. Major Physical and Bio- 
logical Sciences. Bond, 2. Psychology Club, 2. 
Cross-Country Team, 2. Baseball Team, 1. 
Alpha Sigma Phi. 

Marian King Stomberg 

56 South Street Florence 

Born 1917 at Bridgeport, Conn. Graduate North- 
ampton High School. Major Home Economics. 
K. 0. Club, 2. Alpha Lambda Mu. 

Norman Edward Stone 

30 Babcock Street Brookline 

Born 1917 at Boston. Graduate Newton High 
School. Major Pre-Dentol. Freshman Hand- 
book, (Business Board). Hockey Team, 1. 
Swimming Team, 1. Baseball, 1. Alpha Epsilon 
Pi. 

Arthur Ellis Sullivan 

63 Park Street Palmer 

Born 1917 at Palmer. Graduate Palmer High 
School. Major Physical and Biological Sciences. 
Football Team, 1, 2. Theta Chi. 

Martti lllmari Suomi 

Box 335 Wellfleet 

Born 1917 at Wellfleet. Graduate Wellfleet 
High School. Major Animal Husbandry. Ani- 
mal Husbandry Club, 1. Kappa Epsilon. 

Robert Warren Swonson 

Rockport 
Graduate Rockport High School. 

David Scott Tappan 

Room 1040, 53 State Street Milton (Boston) 
Born 1914 at Spruce Pine, North Carolina. 
Graduate Cambridge School. Major Physical ond 
Biological Sciences. Men's Glee Club, 1, 2. 

Gordon Franklin Thomas 

8 Pleasant Street East Bridgewater 

Born 1918 at Brockton. Graduate Brockton and 
East Bridgewater High School. Major Agricul- 
ture. Dairy Club, 1. Animal Husbandry, 1. 
Christian Federation, 2. Hockey Team, 1. Base- 
ball Team, 1. 

John Vincent Townsend 

South Hadley 
Graduate South Hadley High School. Alpha Sig- 
ma Phi. 

Margaret Elizabeth Truron 

33 East Pleosant Street Amherst 

Born 1919 at Stockbridge. Graduate Williams 
High School. Major Home Economics. 

Rodney Charles Turner 

Falmouth 
Born 1917 at Stonehom. Graduote Lawrence 
High School. Major Chemistry. Alpha Sigma Phi. 



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Robert Edgerton Ullman 

Northampton 
Graduate Northampton High School. 

Morrill Thayer Vittum 

Haverhill 
Born 1919 at Haverhill. Graduate Haverhill High 
School. Major Chemistry. Outing Club, 1, 2. 
Radio, 2. Swimming, 1, 2. Kappa Epsilon. 

Ruth Eugenie Waddell 

351 Summer Street Arlington 

Born 1917 at Medford. Graduate Arlington High 
School. Major Home Economics. Outing Club, 1. 
Sigma Beta Chi. 

Walter Thompson Wakefield 

9 Ball Street Worcester 

Born 1917 at Worcester. Graduate South High 
School. Major Physical and Biological Sciences. 
Men's Glee Club, 2. Pre-Med. Club, 2. Swim- 
ming Team, 1, 2. Theta Chi. 

Eleanor Ward 

162 Bowdoin Street Springfield 

Born 1917 at Springfield. Graduate Classical 
High School. Major Home Economics. Collegian 
Board. Alpha Lambda Mu. 

Elizabeth Rose Warner 

Main Street Sunderland 

Born 1918 at Sunderland. Graduate Amherst 
High School. Major Social Sciences. 

Francis Albert Warren 

Ashfield 
Born 1917 at Ashfield. Graduate Sanderson 
Academy. Major Physical and Biological Sciences. 
Lambda Chi. 

Ervin Leonard Welch 

Melrose 
Born 1917 at Melrose. Graduote Melrose High 
School. Major Social Sciences. Hockey, 1, 2. 
Phi Sigma Kappa. 

Mary Lees West 

202 Clinton Street New Bedford 

Born 1917 at New Bedford. Graduate New Bed- 
ford High School. Major Social Sciences. Lambda 
Delta Mu. 

Ralph Wilfred White 

45 Hunneweil Avenue Brighton 

Born 1916 at Boston. Graduate Boston Latin 
School. Major Chemistry. Football Team, 1. 

Edmund Gillette Wilcox 

Stockbridge 
Born 1915 at Stockbridge. Graduate Williams 
High School. Major Landscape Architecture. 
Outing Club, 2. Football Team, 1 . Spring Track 
Team, 1 . 



Morjorie Frances Wilcox 

207 Pomeroy Avenue Pittsfield 

Born 1916 ot Orange. Graduate Pittsfield High 
School. Major Home Economics. Lambda Delta 

Mu. 

Horace Bradstreet Wildes 

Glade Road Dartmouth 

Born 1918 at New Bedford. Graduate Dartmouth 
High School. Major Poultry and Agronomy. 
Band, 1, 2. Outing Club, 2. Cross-Country 
Team, 1. Poultry Judging Team, 2. Kappa 
Epsilon. 

Gerhard Max Wilke 

600 Canal Street Holyoke 

Born 1918 in Germany. Groduote Holyoke High 
School. Major Languages. Soccer Team, 1. 

Edward Back Willard 

17 Cheriton Rood Quincy 

Born 1917 at Hartford, Conn. Graduate North 
Quincy High School. Major Landscape Archi- 
tecture. Outing Club, 1, 2. Soccer Team, 1. 
Kappa Epsilon. 

Elliot Tilden Wilson 

34 Summer Street Weymouth 

Born 1917 at Weymouth. Groduote Weymouth 
High School. Major Distributed Sciences. Math- 
ematics Club, 2. Soccer Team, 1, 2. Spring 
Track Team, 1. Freshman Handbook. Kappa 
Epsilon. 

Merton Frederick Wilson 

32 Bardwell Street South Hadley Falls 

Born 1915 at South Hadley Falls. Graduate 
South Hadley High School. Major Chemistry. 
Chemistry Club, 2. Basketball Team, 1. Kappa 
Epsilon. 

Jay Henry Winn 

20 Hozelton Street Mattopon 

Born 1916 at Dorchester. Graduate Boston Public 
Latin School. Transfer Providence College. Major 
Physiological and Biological Sciences. Collegian, 
1, 2. Bond, 2. Menorah Club, 2. Alpha Epsilon 
Pi. 

Leonard Charles Wirtanen 

Quincy 
Born 1917 at Quincy. Graduate Quincy High 
School. Major Bacteriology. Q. T. V. 

John Joseph Witek 

Graduate Greenfield High School 

Henry Wojtasiewicz 

44 Park Street Chicopee 

Born 1918 at Turners Falls. Graduate Chicopee 
High School. Major Chemistry. Football Team, 
1, 2. 

Celia Mary Wojcieszek 



Greenfield 



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Frank John Yourga 

Greenfield 
Born 1916 ot Montague. Graduote Greenfield 
High School. Mojor Chemistry. Koppo Epsilon. 

Walter Andrew Zajchowski 

10 Nonotuck Avenue Chicopee 

Born 1917 at Chicopee. Graduate Chicopee High 
School. Major Distributed Sciences. Football 
Team, 1, 2. Hockey Team, 1. 



Lucy Ann Zaskey 

R. F. D. Amherst 

Born 1918 ot Hadley. Graduate Hopkins 
Academy. Major Social Sciences. Newman 
Club, 1. K. O. Club, 1. 

Stanley Frank Zelazo 

42 North Summer Street Adams 

Born 1917 at Adams. Graduate Adams High 
School. Football Team, 1, 2. Basketball Team, 
1. Baseball Team, 1. 



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Willis E. Allen 
Clyde L, Becker 
Sidney M. Boice 
Wilfred A. Bourque 
Richard N. Bowler 
Rita M. Buckley 
Edna M. Chaffee 
Kenneth Cohen 
Julia B. Colby 
Vivian R. Cordes 
Henry L. Daly 
Charlotte L. Donahue 
Joseph P. Donoghue 
Michael C. Doolan 
Mary Rita Doyle 
John R. Edwards 
Gertrude H. Fay 
Paul T. Ferriter 
Richard J. Fitzpatrick 
Maurice Fogel 
Herman S. Freedman 
W. R. Goffney 
William A. Garside 
Philip C. Geoffrion 
Kenneth W. Gould 
Robert B. Haskins 
Frank D. Hawthorne 



Vivian V. Henschel 
Sumner L. Horwitz 
Frederick K. Hughes 
Albin F. Irzyk 
Robert Jenney 
William K. Koynor 
Thomas C. Kenney 
Elizabeth Kenyon 
Anthony Kieliszek 
Richard W. Kilburn 
Herbert King 
John E. Kitson 
William M. Knott 
Carl E. Kokins 
Stephen Kosakowski 
Abraham E. Landsman 
John R. LePage, Jr. 
Walter R. Leslie 
Marjorie Litchfield 
Lewis G. Luchini 
Robert K. Marsh 
John F. McMahon 
John Manna 
Eleanor C. Nugent 
Harry W. O'Connell 
Peter P. Pastuszak 
William L. Poole 



Poul W. Prescott 
Hymon Raiklen 
Bertha A. Randall 
Virginia M. Reid 
Roy R. Reisinger 
Blanch P. Richmond 
Muriel Scarborough 
Nancy V. Scaltrito 
Evi C. Scholz 
Ella G. Shevenell 
Priscilla M. Smith 
Robert A. Smith 
Milton A. Stafford 
Frank R. Stanisiewski 
Frank E. Stone 
Charles W. Stratton 
Norman T. Thomas, Jr. 
Pauline J. Todd 
Wilma G. Valentine 
Jock Woldman 
Isabelle P. Walker 
James Walsh 
Orrin E. West 
Marciene Whitcomb 
Julia M. Whitney 
Thomas J. Wilcock 
Melvin Wintman 



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BOOK TWO 

CHAPTER IV 





THE 
INDEX 



CLASS OF 1940 

• 

OFFICERS 

President FRED WATSON 

Vice President MARJORIE SMITH 

Secretary VIRGINIA GALE 

Treasurer ROBERT JONES 

Captain LARRY REAGAN 

Sergeant at Arms AL SMITH 

HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1940 



On a balmy Sunday, the 20th of September,'a queer collection of great high 
school seniors assembled on the Massachusetts State Campus in their various dormi- 
tories. That first day and night they arranged their rooms and met their roommates. 
The next few days were spent in arranging programs, in receptions, and in a number 
of assemblies. Dr. Glick gave us some "very interesting" examinations to find out 
whether we had enough vacuum in our heads to hold our freshman hats on. Professor 
Lanphear welcomed us all to our campus and seemed' pleased to usher in the first of 
the '40' series of classes. Then we decided to elect temporary class officers. Several 
glorified neophytes were nominated and after the ballots were counted we found that 
a toil youth from Springfield, Fletcher Prouty, had been elected President; and a 
pretty brunette from Pittsfield, Betty Bates had been elected Vice President. A non- 
golfing "Bobby" Jones from Princeton was elected Treasurer, and Virginia Gale from 
Marblehead was elected Secretary. Our captain was Larry Reagan from Dorchester, 
and our sergeant-at-arms was Al Smith from Newton. 

As our classes were just getting under way the fraternities and sororities started 
after us, and didn't let us go until they had introduced us to the glories of their 
respective palaces. 

After this came a very "enjoyable" week of serenading. Persuaded by the 
tireless M.oroon Key and Senate the freshman carolers appeared each morning at 




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6:00 o'clock to sing and dance for the Abbey girls. The stirring solos and aesthetic 
dances were the features of the week. The next week the boys' efforts were rivaled 
by the early morning serenading of the freshman girls. 

The Senate proved its power when it selected certain fortunate freshmen to wear 
natty pie-plote hats and to scrub numerals on the sidewalk. 

Meanwhile mother's delicious cooking was being forgotten as the ravenous 
students gorged (?) themselves with the delicious Hash House food. The old bread- 
line became a daily routine, but not such a daily occurence was the sudden appearance 
of the Amherst football posts the day before the game. They were artistically draped 
over the Draper entrance. On another memorable occasion a new friend appeared 
on the front lawn. Old Prudence was back among us with her little Prudy. 

The freshmen also were an athletic crowd. They took the lowly sophomores 
over in the rope pull and then took a royal beating Razoo Nite. However, this was 
avenged when the freshmen footballers chalked up a victory while the sophomores 
cluttered up the grass. Back in the tank the freshmen were brushing up on a few 
tricks; and when they finally met the sophomores it was just a ducking as the fresh- 
men splashed their way to glory. The little girls in blue whacked the sophomores' 
shins OS they tagged an easy field hockey defeat on them, but the Juniors gave them 
a little lesson to take them down a peg. 

Meanwhile we elected our new officers and our diving champion with the curly 
red hair, Fred Watson of Jamaica Plains was elected President, Marjone Smith from 
Springfield was elected Vice President. Robert Jones, Larry Reagan, Al Smith and 
Virginia Gale retained their respective offices. Under their management the class 
(or most of them) have sailed along through the Dean's Boards, and Mid-Years, and 
possibly there will be a few left to graduate in 1940. 

Socially the class has been a bit better off than scholastically. The Military 
Ball was our first taste of a College formal. Later the "Winter" Carnival Ball pro- 
vided a pleasant release from study. We have attended the informals to keep in 
step and have occasionally been seen at the fraternity dances. Of course, a few 
have mistakeably stepped off to Mt. Holyoke or Smith, but these misguided ones 
are all accounted for and can be found at the infrequent Thatcher Hops. 

And so it goes. We came here to study and are still thinking about studying. 
Maybe we will someday 




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Sidney Abramovitz 

7 Riverview Avenue 

Betty Vignes Abroms 

126 Harvard Street 

Arthur Adelson 

14 Cottage Street 

Erma Stuart Alvord 

8 Stevens Street 

Jean Marie Archibold 

Leverett Road 

Priscilla Bales Archibald 

46 Polfrey Street 

George Leonard Atwater 

2 Linden Avenue 

Mildred Marion Bak 

Miadle Street 

Anna Matilda Banuzkewic 

45 Longfellow Avenue 

Vincent Jason Barnard 

201 East Main Street 

Charles Henry Barney 

13 Hodley Street 

Beryl Hazel Barton 

1077 Massachusetts Avenue 

Joseph Bartosiewicz 

51 Maple Street 

Mary Elizabeth Bates 

247 First Street 

Bernard James Beagarie 

21 Beacon Street 

Geoffrey Hamilton Beames 

Robert Allan Beattie 

285 Foster Street 

Robert Lorenzo Benemelis 

236 Sargeant Street 

Charles Wilbur Bennett 

39 Bridge Street 

Robert Harold Bernstein 

29 Olmstead Drive 

Deane Allen Beytes 

430 Court Street 

Richard Franklin Bloke 

Southville Road 

John Edward Blasko 

174 Sunset Avenue 



Beverly 

Springfield 

Chelsea 

Turners Falls 

North Amherst 

Watertown 

Westfield 

Hadley 

Pittsfield 

North Adams 

South Hadley 

North Adams 

Northampton 

Pittsfield 

Greenfield 

South Woodstock 

Lowell 

Holyoke 

South Hadley Foils 

Springfield 

North Plymouth 

Southville 

Amherst 



Harris Blauer 

142 Fuller Street 

Charlotte Esther Bluemer 

128 Nonotuck Street 

Earl Kenneth Bowen 

67 Armstrong Street 

Louise Bowman 

39 Early Avenue 

Glenn David Boyd 

16 Fearing Street 

Marie Tullner Brodshow 

33 Lincoln Street 

Clement Edmond Brault 

3541 Acushnet Avenue 

Roger Whittemore Brown, Jr. 

36 Outlook Drive 

Harold Arnold Brunner 

277 High Street 

James Bernard Buckley 

31 Carver Street 

Rita Marie Buckley 

38 Cross Street 

Morris Hyman Burakoff 

137 Walnut Street 

Herbert Vane Burns 

3 Colonial Street 

Janet Whittemore Campbell 

24 Amherst Street 

Pauline Isabel Corew 

19 Homer Street 

Jean Pauline Carpenter 

503 School Street 

Millicent Carpenter 

17 Medfield Street 

Leo Gary Carol! 

367 Pleasant Street 

Thomas Allen Casey 

1220 Riverside Avenue 

Robert Norman Cashman 

22 Seorle Avenue 

Melvin Harold Chaifen 

125 Peterboro 

Hazel Ruth Chopin 

Robert Morgan Chapman 

42 Lorimer Road 



Brookline 

Holyoke 

West Springfield 

Medford 

Amherst 

Chicopee Falls 

New Bedford 

Lexington 

Webster 

Springfield 

Beverly 

Chelsea 

Gloucester 

Springfield 

Worcester 

Webster 

Worcester 

Bridgewoter 

Somerset 

Easthompton 

Boston 

Sheffield 

Woverley 



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Edith Marjorie Clork 


Sunderland 


Robert Allen Ducy 

18 Commercial Street 


Thorndike 


Ralph Grames Clark 


Enfield 


Agnes Armstrong Dunham 


Volatie, N. Y, 


Isadore Cohen 

82 Floyd Street 


Dorchestei 


Robert Francis Dunn 

23 Adams Street 


Pittsfield 


Frederick John Cole 

1608 Carew Street 


Springfield 


Robert Bowker Eaton 

173 Moin Street 


Woltham 


Kathleen Freda Cooper 

105 Butterfield Terrace 


Amherst 


Evelyn Dennison Ellery 

42 Dennison Street 


Gloucester 


Anne Katherine Corcoran 

5 Myrtle Street 


Stoneham 


Reaetto Barbara Farnsworth 

31 Chesterfield Road 


Worcester 


Douglas Hodfield Cowling 

126 Commonwealth Avenue 


West Concord 


John Edward Filios 

Bates Road 


Westfield 


Lorraine Creesy 

Sandy Valley Road 


Westwood 


Stanley Theodore FInik 

20 North Main Street 


South Hodley Falls 


Robert Miller Creswell 

8 Creswell Road 


Worcester 


Margaret Asquith Firth 

38 Swan Street 


Lawrence 


George Morton Curran 

17 Madison Avenue 


Northampton 


George Francis Flanagan 

55 Clark Street 


Easthampton 


Gerald Michael Dailey 

10 Atherstone Street 


Ashmont 


Urban Cyril Fleming 

53 Howard Street 


Holyoke 


Frank Robert Lee Daley, Jr 

58 Nonotuck Street 


Holyoke 


Robert Thomas Foley 

6 Burnett Street 


Turners Falls 


Frank Herbert Dalton 

15 Woodleigh Avenue 


Greenfield 


William Gregory Foley 

20 Hanson Street 


Salem 


George Godfrey Davenport, 

North Avenue 


Jr. 

Mendon 


Willard Olcott Foster 

65 Main Street 


Marion 


Franklin Milton Davis, Jr. 

1 46 Trapelo Road 


Wolthom 


Horvey From 

8 Shannon Street 


Worcester 


Ida Bessie Davis 

84 Stevens Street 


East Taunton 


Paul From 

82 Fox Street 


Worcester 


Anne Sophie Dec 

8 West Street 


Hadley 


Lawrence John Freeman 

149 Everett Street 


Southbridge 


Emile Eugene Deneoult 

101 High Street 


Greenfield 


Virginia Gale 

25 Rockawoy Avenue 


Marblehead 


Edmond John Dereg 

16 View Street 


Holyoke 


Ruth Virginia Garipay 

554 Western Avenue 


Lynn 


Charlotte Lee Donahue 

2332 Washington Street 


Newton Lower Falls 


Philip Carl Geoffrion 

56 Hampden Street 


West Springfield 


Joseph Poterick Donoghue, 

63 Liberty Street 


Jr. 

Newburyport 


Vern Winslow Glllmore 

5 Summit Road 


Gilbertville 


Katherine Hazel Doran 

26 Lincoln Avenue 


Amherst 


Arnold Irving Glashow 

23 Brookledge Street 


Roxbury 


Currie Hayes Downs 

38 Tucker Street 


Lynn 


Thelma Nellie Glazier 


Leverett 



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MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1940 



Charles Leslie Gleason, Jr. 

1 13 Broadway 

Richard Russell Glendon 

4 Ware Rood 

Carl Ambrose Goodrich, Jr. 

749 Hampden Street 

William Francis Goodwin 

15 Wheelock Street 

Evelyn Atherton Gould 

6 Hartshorn Road 

Myra Campbell Graves 



Burton William Gregg 



Westr 



Harold Emory Griffin, Jr. 

7 Adonac Avenue 

Arthur Alexander Hagelstein 

194 School Street 

Myron Dexter Hager 

127 Main Street 

Frieda Lillian Hall 

152 Hawthorne Road 

John Walton Hall 

Webster Street 

Robert Edward Hall 

Grove Street 

Robert Hayes Hanley 

17 Bancroft Park 

Malcolm Bennett Harding 

84 Court Street 

Frank Douglass Hawthorne 

South East Street 

David Elliott Hennessy 

197 Auburn Street 

Thomas Waldo Herrick, Jr. 

Tremont Street 

Ralph Brewer Hill 

26 Summer Street 

Stanley Haskell Hitchcock 



Paula Yvonne Holmes 

239 Pleasant Street 

Franklin Adelbert Hopkins 



Arthur Fenner Howe 

1 Rockland Street 



Hanover 

Winchester 

Holyoke 

Wmthrop 

Walpole 

Sunderland 

linster West, Vt. 

Boston 

Stoughton 

South Deerfield 

Braintree 

Marshfield 

Upton 

Hopedale 

Westfield 

Amherst 

Cherry Valley 

South Duxbury 

Ipswich 

Gilbertville 

Winthrop 

Leverett 

Brockton 



Elizabeth Margaret Howe 

19 Dexter Street 

Howard Mason Hoxie 

44 North Elm Street 

Fredrick Kenneth Hughes 

134 Dartmouth Street 

John Stanislaus Ingham 

43 North Street 

Marjorie Buck Irwin 

469 North Main Street 

Olive Georgina Jackson 

54 High Street 

Priscilla Jacobs 

Washington Street 

John Chester Jokobek 

Middle Street 

Richard Herbert Jaquith 

48 Massasoit Street 

Eleanor Frances Jewell 

48 Barnard Road 

Louis Fingal Johnson, Jr. 

7 Hillside Court 

Margery Dean Johnson 

Ashland Street 

Robert Lincoln Jones 



Richard Peters Joseph 



Robert Arthur Joyce 

291 Locust Street 

Albert Irving Kelfer 

15 Lewis Avenue 

Dorothy Mildred Kelly 

567 Main Street 

John Howe Kelso 



Robert Charles Kennedy 

16 Macomber Avenue 

Loretta Christine Kenny 

17 Rockview Street 

Elizabeth Kenyon 

342 Winter Street 

Francis Bartholomew Keville 

7 Porter Street 

James Herbert King, Jr. 

65 Charlotte Street 



Pittsfield 

Northampton 

Holyoke 

Ludlow 

Palmer 

Monson 

Holliston 

Hadley 

Northampton 

Worcester 

Gloucester 

Southboro 

Princeton 

North Truro 

Florence 

Winthrop 

Wotertown 

Chester 

North Dartmouth 

Palmer 

Wellesley 

East Lynn 

Worcester 



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Rosa Frieda Kohls 

31 Bultonwood Street 

Carl Ernesf Kokins 

Munroe Street 

Herbert Krouss 

Monterey Road 

Ruth Morguerita Kuusela 

132 Washington Street 

Ruth Daisy Lamon 

1701 Massachusetts Avenue 

Everett Walter Langworthy 

Middlefield Street 

Raino Kullervo Lanson 

681 Burncoat Street 

Joseph Phelps Larkin 

215 Arsenal Street 

Vasilis Lavrakos 

59 Elton Avenue 

Catherine Marin Leete 

Maple Rood Bi 

Arthur Joseph Lepine 

243 Mom Street 

Gerald Joseph Levitch 

98 Conway Street 

Roma Dina Levy 

37 Springside Avenue 

Sumner Charles Levy 

13 Marie Avenue 

Roger Hurlin Lindsey 

114 Church Street 

Sidney Samuel Lipshires 

12 Fruit Street 

Marjorie Litchfield 

75 Central Avenue 

Barbara Little 

50 Marlboro Street 

Nancy Elizabeth Luce 

388 Main Street 

Mary Elizabeth Moddocks 

48 South Street 

Donald John Mahoney 

89 Pearl Street 

Dana Harold Malins 

8 Nottinghill Road 

Irma Isabel Malm 

15 Chadwick Street 



Dorchester 

Ashland 

Great Barrington 

Gardner 

North Adams 

Chester 

Worcester 

Watertown 

Watertown 

iarcliff Manor, N. Y. 

Holyoke 

Greenfield 

Pittsfield 

Cambridge 

_Wore 

Northampton 

Hyde Park 

Newburyport 

Fitchburg 

Foxboro 

Holyoke 

Brighton 

Worcester 



John James Mango 

West Upton 

Charles Francis Mansfield 

8 Jenny Lmd Street Taunton 

David Mordecai Marcus 

490 Blue Hill Avenue Roxbury 

Helen Alison Marshall 

Pelhom Road Amherst 

Robert Ansel Martin 

37 Pleasure Avenue Pittsfield 

Victoria Katherine Motuszko 

Box 166, R. F D Amherst 

Gerald Edward McAndrew 

James Street Barre 

John Joseph McCarthy 

29 Arlington Street Worcester 

Robert Joseph McCartney 

233 Lafayette Street Salem 

Charles LeGro McLaughlin 

4 Nutting Avenue Amherst 

Dorothy Merrill 

47 Florence Avenue Norwood 

John Edward Merrill, Jr. 

16 Newell Avenue Southbridge 

Genevieve Evelyn Messer 

15 Irving Street Spencer 

Roland Gerald Meunier 

28 Amaron Street Springfield 

John Calvin Miller 

Dodge 

Norman Miller 

25 Washington Street Springfield 

Carolyn Emma Monk 

Champney Street Groton 

Roger Whitmore Morgan 

35 Grand View Avenue Medford 

Dorothy Ruth Morley 

Mount Pleasant Inn Amherst 

Herbert Irving Morris 

164 Rossiter Street Dorchester 

Roy Earl Morse 

683 Washington Street Bostorf 

Maynard Fowie Moseley 

10 Imne Road Allston 

Robert Henry Mosher 

2 Westfield Road Holyoke 



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Richard Kenneth Muller 

Blue Hills Road 

Michael Neznayko 

Box 215, R. F. D. 

Dominic Edward Nietupsl<i 

Miller Street 

Lewis Franic Norwood, Jr. 

125 Main Street 

G. David Novelli 

116 High Street 

Arthur Alfred Noyes 

367 Woodward Street 

William Brown Nutting 

Temple Street 

Daniel John O'Connell 

47 Bardwell Street 

Priscillo May Oertel 

Washington Street 

John Ravmond O'Neill 

220 Sargent Street 

Edward Elliot Oppenheim 

388 Spring Street 

John Vincent Osmun 

16 Northampton Rood 

Ralph Francis Polumbo 

312 Lancaster Street 

Christopher Paul 

332 Talbot Avenue 

James Warren Payson, Jr. 

Main Street 

Morton Joseph Pearlman 

62 Columbia Street 

Virginia Helen Pease 

13 East Pleasant Street 

Helene Elizabeth Pelissier 

Russell Street 

Lester LeRoy Phillips, Jr. 

44 Holmes Rood 

Dorothy Blanche Phipps 

High Street 

Kenneth Vernon Pike 

23 Westminster Street 

George Thomas Pitts, Jr. 

5 Herrick Street 

Richard John Plichta 

Strong Street 



Amherst 

Amherst 

North Wilbraham 

Rockport 

North Agawom 

Wabon 

West Boylston 

South Hadley Falls 

South Hanson 

Holyoke 

Brockton 

Amherst 

Leominster 

Dorchester 

Millis 

Brookline 

Amherst 

Hadley 

Pittsfield 

Holliston 

Pittsfield 

Beverly 

Amherst 



Edwin Michael Podolak 

Middle Street 

Charles Arthur Powers 

68 Robinson Avenue 

John Joseph Powers 

47 Onoto Street 

Esther Pratt 

8 Kingmont Street 

Leroy Fletcher Prouty, Jr. 

Barney Estate 

Elizabeth Helen Purdy 

116 High Street 

Lawrence Hunneman Reagan 

31 Colonial Avenue 

Mia Reinap 

Nobscot Road 

Melvin Reisman 

1 1 Cummings Road 

Helen Elizabeth Reynolds 

134 Woodland Street 

Katherine Louise Rice 

103 Westford Circle 

Leonard Irwin Rice 

32 Sewoll Avenue 

William Henry Richards 

406 Elm Street 

Patricio Jane Robbins 

29 Laconia Road 

Shirley Palmer Robbins 

69 Hancock Street 

Robert Rodman 

949 Blue Hill Avenue 

Rino Joseph Roffinoli 

97 South Street 

Anthony Stanley Rojko 

East Street 

Sidney Walter Rosen 

42 Sanderson Avenue 

Walter Albert Ross, Jr. 

24 Johnson Street 

Edwin Malcolm Rossmon 

50 Park Dole Avenue 

Dorothy Jean Rourke 

84 Marion Street 

Walter Richards Rubinwitch 

16 Sterling Street 



Hadley 

Braintree 

Pittsfield 

Greenwood 

Springfield 

Pittsfield 

Boston 

Framingham 

Brighton 

Worcester 

Springfield 

Winthrop 

Northampton 

Worcester 

Lexington 

Dorchester 

Wiliiamstown 

Hadley 

Lynn 

West Springfield 

Allston 

Springfield 

Springfield 



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Alfred Howard Rudge 

23 Adelle Circuit 

Sylvia Russell 

281 Chestnut Street 

Walter Fred Russell 

Room 43, State House 

Winslow Edwin Ryan 

62 Pork Street 

Theodore Saltzman 

]67 Howard Avenue 

James Joseph Sanderson 

Leo Joseph Santucci 

232 South Main Street 

Francis Richard Saunders 

32 Trosk Street 

David Sawyer 

50 Lucerne Street 

Flourence Peter Scannell 

19 Linden Avenue 

Evi C. Scholz 



Norman James Schoonmaker 

Henry Marcus Schreiber 

185 Grovers Avenue 

David Harold Searle, Jr. 

Beacon Hill 

John Paul Serex 

69 Lincoln Avenue 

Everett Shapiro 

7 Dee ring Rood 

Donald Houghton Shaw 

215 Washington Street 

Marjorie Clarinda Shaw 

North Main Street 

Samuel Pettee Shaw 

88 Pearl Street 

Robert Irving Sheldon 

90 Hompden Street 

Daniel Edgar Shepardson 

65 Simonds Street 

Wilfred Britton Shepardson 

63 Simonds Street 

Arthur Sherman 

Main Street 



Worcester 
Lynnfield Centre 
Boston 
Hudson 
Roxbury 
Becket 
Palmer 
Gloucester 
Dorchester 
Greenfield 
State Line 
Amherst 
Winthrop 
Housatonic 
Amherst 
Mattopan 
Belmont 
Belchertown 
Middleboro 
West Springfield 
Athol 
Athol 
Lonesboro 



Myrtle Rosalyn Sherry 

63 Columbia Park 

Myron Henry Sichol 



Sidney Carl Siegal 

38 Forrest Street 

Bernard Silberberg 

26 Esmond Street 

Tracy Bernard Slock, Jr. 

70 Lincoln Avenue 

Edgar Burton Slater 

Dorothy Florentino Smolley 

78 Downing Street 

Alan Clark Smith 

94 Eliot Avenue 

Carlton Vernon Smith 

Maplewood Form 

Frank Browne Smith 

10 Porker Street 

John Smith 

Vining Hill Road 

Marion Marjorie Smith 

194 Middlesex 

Everett Royal Spencer, Jr. 

3 Francis Avenue 

Frank Henry Spencer 

439 Elm Street 

Elizabeth Harriet Spofford 

46 Housotonic Street 

Benjamin Spungin 

43 Maryl'jnd Street 

Sidney Spungin 

44 Main Street 

Eric Stahlberg, Jr. 

44 State Street 

Frank Raymond Stanisiewski 

Triangle Street 

Robert Staples 

33 Olive Street 

Jacqueline Louise Stewart 

Shay Street 

Mary Allerton Stewart 

Bay Road 

Harold Frederick Storey 

Union Street 



Hoverhill 

Holland 

Winthrop 

Dorchester 

Amherst 

Tyringhom 

Worcester 

West Newton 

North Brookfield 

Holyoke 

Southwick 

Springfield 

Holyoke 

Northampton 

Lee 

Springfield 

Greenfield 

Northampton 

Amherst 

Northampton 

Amherst 

South Duxbury 

Millis 



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Homer Lincoln Stronger 

Summer Street 

Harold Louis Straube 

50 Haines Drive 

Susan Elizabeth Stutsman 

123 College Street 

Albert William Sullivan 

27 North Main Street 

John William Swenson 

9 Montvale Rood 
Warren Rowford Tappin 

133 Grove Street 

Priscillo Winslow Taylor 

38 Kenneth Street 

Roy Clifton Taylor 

Bernordston Road 

Dean Thomas Terry 

67 Park Street 

Henry Smith Thornton 

23 East Pleasant Street 

Chester Howard Tiberii 

North Main Street 

George Burton Tobey, Jr. 

250 Cochituate Road 

Bernard Tolnick 

101 Devon Street 

Malcolm Parker Trees 

14 Randall Road 

Matthew Nathan Tuttle 

32 Shirely Avenue 

Carlton William Twible 

111 Mam Street 

Margaret Viola Vonnah 

7 Hampden Court 

George David Vigue 

217 Worcester Road 

Arthur Wendoll Washburn, 

George Street 

Frederick Johnson Watson 

21 Thomas Street 

Helena Joan Webber 

1 59 West Street 



Kingston 
Bloomfield, N. J. 
South Hadley 
South Hadley Falls 
Worcester 
Winchendon 
West Roxbury 
Greenfield 
Polmer 
Amherst 
Charlton 
Framingham 
Roxbury 
Maynard 
Revere 
Gilbertville 
Monson 
Framingham 
Plainville 
Jamaica Plain 
Winchendon 



Dexter Howard Wetherell 

Oak Bluffs 

Esther Hammond Wheeler 



Westfield 



Manchester, N H. 



Marciene Ramsdell Whitcomb 

6 Central Avenue South Hadley Falls 



Nathan Leonard Wilonsky 

54 Ridgevk'ood Avenue 

Walter Anthony Wileikis 

Summer Street 

Robert James Williams 

18A Prospect Street 

Harold Willson, Jr. 

Division Street 

George Albert Winchester 

40 Clover Street 

Nathan Winer 

Bondsville Road 

Francis Wing 



Wilfrid Murray Winter 

South Street 

John Ferris Wolfe 

19 Jefferson Road 

Beatrice Wood 

Williams Street 

Edgar Harvey Woodbury 

Goldsmith Street 

Richard William Woytisek 

Little River Street 

Fred Loring Wright, Jr. 

105 Magoun Avenue 

Wallace Warren Wyman 

74 Highland Avenue 
Julian Henry Zabierek 
Perham Street 
Myer Samuel Zelbovitz 

35 Vale Street 

Sidney Zuckerman 

320 Onota Street 



Holyoke 

North Amherst 

Milford 

West Harwich 

Worcester 

Three Rivers 

Sandwich 

Wrenthom 

Winchester 

West Uptor 

Littleton 

Westfield 

Brockton 

Westfield 

Chelmsford 

Chelsea 

Pittsfield 



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INDEX 



INTERFRATERNITY AWARDS 



The Interfraternity Council, in the fall of last year, 
decided to award three cups to those three fraternities 
which would rank highest as a result of definite, prede- 
termined competition. 

The scores were to be judged on the basis of scholar- 
ship, athletics, extra-curricular activities, and several 
definite activities such as the Dad's Day entertainment, 
Interfraternity Sing, Snow Sculpturing, and House In- 
spection. 

This first new competition was keenly contested and 
the beautiful first prize cup was awarded to Kappa 
Sigma Fraternity. Close behind in second place was 
Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. The third prize was won by 
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. These three cups were 
permanently retired and three new ones will be awarded 
next year. 

In conjunction with the Winter Carnival this year, the 
Interfraternity Council awarded a splendid bronze victory 
trophy to Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity for the outstand- 
ing snow sculpture. 



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THE INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



OFFICERS 

President KENWOOD ROSS, '37 

Vice President RAYMOND WYMAN, 37 

Secretary ROBERT BUZZEE, 38 

Treasurer DONALD L. SILVERMAN, 38 



The Interfraternity Council was organized for the purpose of tying together more 
closely the bonds among the various houses on campus. Each fraternity sends two 
delegates to the monthly meetings where there are discussed such matters as rush- 
ing. Hell Week, banquets, Interfraternity Competition, and other matters pertaining 
to the functions of the fraternities on campus. 

In an attempt to display clearly the various aspects of fraternities, the Council 
sponsored The Interfraternity Council Convocation where Professor W. Elmer Ekblaw 
addressed the student body. 



The fraternities at Massachusetts State College were represented by a delegate 
from the Council at the National Interfraternity Conference which was held in New 
York during the Thanksgiving holidays. 

The council also sponsors the Interfraternity Ball, which has grown to be one of 
the most important social events of the year. 




Second Row: Binder, Smith, Lurnbord, Puwerb, Bioibdeli, Turner, Fefersun, Ailen, Guralnicl^ 
Front Row; Jordan, Newcomb, Buzzee, Wyman, Ross, Silverrr.on, Koch, Loyton, Symoncyk 



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KAPPA SIGMA 

Gamma Delta Chapter 



Established May 18, 1904 

National Organization Founded at the University of Virginia, 

December 10, 1869 

One Hundred and Seven Chapters Eighty-six Alumni Chapters 

Publication: "The Caduceus" 

Colors: Scarlet, Green and White 



Leroy L. Blackmer 
Horace W. Bolton 
James F. Cutter 
Ralph B. Gates 



Robert D. Buzzee 
Charles E. Elliott 
Eugene P. Gieringer 
Russell J. Hauck 
Ralph Ingram 
Richard R. Irving 

Arthur D. Broadfoot 
Robert E. Cain 
Frederick E. Estobrook 
John F. Click 

Dean A. Beytes 
Robert M. Chapman 
Robert M. Creswell 
Gerald M. Dailey 
Charles L. Gleason 
William F. Goodwin 
Myron D. Hager 



FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1937 

Norman W. Grant 
Erving D. Hardy 
Robert P. Holdsworth 
Allan S. Ingalls 
Willard S. Munson 

Class of 1938 
William A. MacPhail 
Donald S. McGowan 
Robert Morrison 
Edward G. Newman 
George Niden 

Class of 1939 

Clifford Morey 
Edward Morin 
Francis Smith 

Class of 1940 

Robert E. Hall 
Thomas W. Herrick 
Robert L. Jones 
Donald J. Mahoney 
James Malcolm 
Charles L. McLaughlin 
John E. Merrill, Jr. 



Norman L. Sheffield 
Clifford E. Symoncyk 
Edward J. Thacker 
Donald E. Weaver 



James B, Olivier 
Alfred S. Page 
Dean L. Rounds 
Frederick J. Sievers 
Philip Smardon 
John W. Tindale 

Herbert S. Howes 
Lawrence E. Johnson 
Seaton C. Mendall 
Tracy 0. Page 

Roy E. Morse 
Richard K. Muller 
John V. Osmun 
Charles A. Powers, Jr. 
Samuel P. Shaw 
Everett R. Spencer, Jr. 
Eric Stahlberg, Jr. 



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INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 

Senior — Clifford E. Symancyk 
Junior — Robert D. Buzzee 

OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE 

President, James F. Cutter 

Secretary, Norman L. Sheffield 

Treasurer, Ralph B. Gates 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Oran C. Boyd Edward B. Holland Frederick A. McLaughlin 

Kenneth L. Bullis Marshall 0. Lanphear Frank A. Waugh 

Guy V. Glatfelter J. Paul Williams 



George Cutler 
James A. Foord 
Edward W. Harvey 



FRATRES IN URBE 

Edward Hazen 
Homer F. Robert 



Ezra L. Show 
George P. Smith 
E. Joseph Thompson 



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Fourth Row; Seorle, Chapman, Osmun, Merrill, Goodwin, Morin, Herrick, Powers, Cain 

Third Row: Shaw, Rounds, McLaughlin, Gleason, Johnson, Morrison, Howes, T. Page, Spencer, Buzzee, Olivier, Jones, 

McGowon, Doiley, Sievers, Glick, Newman, Smardon 
Second Row: Elliott, Ingram, A. Page, Niden, Tindale, Gieringer, Hauck, Irving 
Front Row: Blackmer, Ingalls, Munson, Thacker, Symanczyk, Cutter, Grant, Sheffield, Holdsworth, Handy, Gates, Weaver 



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THETA CHI 

Theta Chapter 

• 

Established December 29, 1911 

National Organization Founded at Norwich University, April 10, 1856 

Fifty Chapters Twenty-five Alumni Chapters 

Publication: "The Rattle" 

Colors: Red and White 



William A. Leighton, Jr. 
Austin W. Fisher 
Byron T. Johnson 



Marshall B. Allen 
Rexford Avery 
Richard C. King 
F. Merton Lyon 
Chester C. Conant 
Walter K. Mitchell 



William H^ Cox 
Robert W. Packard 
Arthur E. Sullivan 
William W. Howe 



Willard 0. Foster 
James Poyson 
Francis Wing 
Allen Smith 
Frederick J. Watson 



FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1937 

Cyrus E. French 
Kenneth C. Irvine 
Philip D. Lay ton 
William V. Johnson 

Class of 1938 

E. Fairfield Carr 
William B. Ferguson 
Philip Haskins 
Walter Green 
Clifford N. Luce 

Class of 1939 

David W. Hornbaker 
John A. Parker 
W. Thomas Wakefield 
Courtney Stetson 

Class of 1940 

Roger W- Morgan 
Franklin M. Davis, Jr. 
George T. Pitts, Jr. 
Howard A. Rudge 



Walter Simonsen 
John A. Tuttle 
Guy M. Gray 



Herbert Johnson 
Edgar S. Beaumont 
Norman E. Linden 
Dickenson R. Goode 
Everett W. Eldridge 
Paul S. Putnam 



Edmund G. Wilcox 
David S. Tappan 
Howard Steff 
Robert Glass 



James H. King 
John P. Serex 
Harold F. Storey 
Harold L. Straube 
Arthur A. Noyes 



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OFFICERS 

President, William A. Leighton, Jr. 

Vice President, Austin W. Fisher 

Secretary, Cyrus E. French 

Treasurer, Byron T. Johnson 

INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 

Marshall B. Allen 
Philip D. Layton 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Lawrence E. Briggs Oliver C. Roberts William G. Sanctuary 

Fred J. Sievers 



Stuart Edmond 



FRATRES IN URBE 

Hubert Elder 
Enos F. Montague 



Robert B. Fletcher 







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Fourth Row: Morgan, Howe, Stetson, Glass, Sullivan, Luce 

Third Row: Davis, Wing, Toppan, Good, Foster, Ferguson, Haskins, R. King, Beaumont, Serex, Noyes, Carr, Parker 

Second Row: Hornbaker, Steff, Payson, Mitchell, Green, Cox, Wilcox, Storey, J. King, Eldridge, Linden, Avery, Straube, 

Rudge, Smith, Wakefield 
First Row: Layton, Pockard, W. Johnson, Lyon, Conant, Irvine, Fisher, Leighton, Gray, B. Johnson, Tuttle, French, Allen, 

H. Johnson 

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PHI SIGMA KAPPA 
Alpha Chapter 



National Organization 

Founded at the Massachusetts Agricultural College, March 15, 1873 

Fifty Chapters Sixteen Alumni Chapter 

Publication; "The Signet" 

Colors; Silver and Magenta Red 



Ralph Aiken, Jr. 
Richard Bohm 
Forrest Hartin 



Harry Bloisdell 
Vincent Couper 
Albert Farnsworth 



Alexander Alexion 

Robert Allen 

H. Gardner Anderson 

Charles Branch 

Donald Colo 

Roger Cole 

Frank Fanning 



George Atwater 
Frederick Cole 
Douglas Cowling 
Frank Dalton 
Godfrey Davenport, Jr. 



FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 
Class of 1937 

Raymond Jordan 
William Kewer 
Lee W. Rice, Jr. 
L. Everett Roberts 

Class of 1938 

William Harrison, Jr. 
Thomas Hennessy 
Edward Higgins 
David Mildram 

Class of 1939 

Paul Fanning 
C. Allen Gove 
C. Nelson Julian 
Donald Lawson 
Clifford Lippincot 
Emery Moore, Jr. 
John Murphy 
Robert Murphy 

Class of 1940 

Eugene Deneault, Jr. 
Robert Honley 
Malcolm Harding, Jr. 
Ralph Hill 
Everett Langworthy 
Roger Lindsey 



Roger Smith 
Robert Spiller, Jr. 
Robert Thorndike 



Robert Perkins 
Wentworth Quast 
Theodore Rice 



Gordon E. Najor 
George Benjamin 

Lloyd Copeland 
Joseph Doherty 
Emerson Grant 
Ervin Welch 
Ralph White 



Lewis Norwood, Jr. 
Francis Saunders 
Albert Sullivan 
Richard Vincent 
H. Dexter Wetherel 



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OFFICERS 

President, Robert L. Spiller, Jr. 

Vice President, Robert W. Thorndike 

Secretary, William F. Kewer 

Treasurer, L. Everett Roberts 

Auditor, Roger Smith 

Inductor, Lee W. Rice, Jr. 

INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 

Raymond Jordan, '37 
Harry Bloisdell, '38 



William H. Armstrong 
William P. Brooks 
Orton L. Clark 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Lawrence S. Dickinson Frank B. Stratton 

Robert D. Hawley Frank Prentice Rand 

John D. Lentz Roland H. Verbeck 

Willard A. Munson 



Frederick Adams 
Warner H. Carter 
Carl F. Clancy 
Harold A. Haskins 
George C. Hubbard 



FRATRES IN URBE 

Charles S. Howe 
Raymond H. Jackson 
F. Civille Pray 
Philip H. Smith 
Ernest G. Smith 



Russell L. Snow 
George E. Stone 
Vernon K. Watson 
Charles B.Wendell 
Howard H. Wood 




Fourth Row: Branch, Julian, Anderson, Benjamin, Grant, F. T, Fanning, White, Johnson 

Third Row: Dalton, Cole, Lippincott, Lawson, Moore, Gove, Alexion, R. J. Murphy, J. J. Murphy, P. R. Fanning, Calo, 

Second Row: Nojor, Couper, Harrison, Hennessy, Fanrsworth, Bloisdell, Perkins, T. A. Rice, Higgins, Quast, Mildrom 

Jackson 
Front Row: Jordan, Aiken, Kewer, Thorndike, Spiller, Roberts, Smith, L. W. Rice, Hartin, Bohm 



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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 
Gamma Zeta Chapter 

• 

Established at Massachusetts Agricultural College, Moy 18, 1912 

National Organization Founded at Boston University, November 2, 1902 

Eight-four Chapters Forty-two Alumni Chapters 

Publication: "The Cross and Crescent" 

Colors: Purple, Green and Gold 



Louis A. Breault, Jr. 
Kenneth R. Higgins 

Norman P. Blake 
Herbert E. Brown 
Philip B. Chose 
Clifford A. Curtis 



Donald H, Cowles 
George J. Hoylon 
James S. King 

Vincent J. Barnard 
Earl K. Bowen 
Roger W. Brown 
William Bullock 
Robert F. Dunn 
William G. Foley 
Arthur F. Howe 



FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1937 

Wendell E. Lapham 
Walter B. Mosley 

Class of 1938 

John T. Dunlop 
William Eaton 
James A. Fleming 
Thomas F. Kelley 
Robert S. Lyons 

Class of 1939 

Richard E. Lee 
Robert H^ Muller 

Class of 1940 

Kenneth Hughes 
John S. Ingham 
B. Francis Keville 
Joseph P. Lorkin 
Vasilis Lavrakas 
Ralph F. Palumbo 



Kenwood Ross 
Donald K. Tucker 

Richard W. Towie 
Wayne F. Townsley 
Nicholas Valvonius 
John Lavarokos 



Charles Rodda, Jr. 
Franklin W. Southwick 

Francis Warren 

L. Fletcher Prouty 
Winslow E. Ryan 
Robert I. Sheldon 
John W. Swenson 
Warren R. Tappin 
Malcolm P. Trees 
Stephen Kosakoski 



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OFFICERS 

President, Kenwood Ross 

Vice President, Richard Towie 

Secretary, Robert S. Lyons 

Treasurer, Donald Tucker 

INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 

Robert Lyons 
Kenwood Ross 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Walter S. Eisenmenger George A. Marston 



FRATRES IN URBE 

Allan W. Chadwick John R. Hanson 



Third Row: Howe, Roddo, Blake, Southwick, Swenson, Warren, King, Haylon, R. Brown 

Second Row; Muller, Lyons, H. Brown, Dunlop, Townsley, Kelly, Eaton, Chase, Curtis, Fleming, Ingham 

Front Row; Houghton, Higgins, Laphom, Ross, Tucker, Breault, Mosely, TowIe 



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Q. T. V. 

• 

Founded at the Massachusetts Agricultural College, May 12, 1867 
Colors: White and Brown 



Alfred W. Basamonia 
John P. Brooks 
Leroy F. Clark 
Robert E. Couhig 
Clayton C. Cra. r 
Leo V. Crowley 
Frederick L. Dickens 

Royal Allaire 
Warren S. Baker, Jr. 
Mederic H. Beloin 



Stanley Bettoney 
Donald W. Cadigan 
Raymond A. Degraff 
Leo D. Fay 
George Pereira 

Richard Blake 
Frank Daley, Jr. 



FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1937 

Howard B. Driscoll 
Albert J. Gricius 
Lawrence K. Harris 
Henry N. lacovelli 
Joseph G. Kennedy 
John E, Landers 



Class of 1938 

Earl A. Blomberg 
John Cazazza 
William J. Collins 
Nicholas D Elicpoulas 

Class of 1939 

Irvin D. Reade 
Everett Roberts 
Henry Salmela 
Lee L. Sanborn 



Class of 1940 

Edmond Dereg 
Robert McCartney 
Richard Plichta 



Thomas J. Maguire 
Robert C. Perriello 
Charles L. San Clemente 
Stanley F. Seperski 
Harvey G. Turner, Jr. 
Frederick W. Whittemore 
Karol S. Wisnieski 

William B. Graham 
Fritz A. Winblad 
Douglas J. Wood 



George J. Spelman 
Edmond Stawiecki 
Frank Stone 
Gordon F. Thomas 
Leonard C. Wirtanen 

Donald Shaw 
Julian Zabierek 




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OFFICERS 

President, Harvey G. Turner 
Vice President, Leroy F. Clark 
Secretary, Karol S. Wisnieski 

Treasurer, Warren S. Baker 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 

Harvey G. Turner William B. Graham 



Lorin E. Ball 
William R. Cole 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Harold M. Gore A. Vincent Osmun 

Henry D. Haskins Clarence H. Parsons 

Paul D. Isham 



John E. Bement 
Francis C. Crowley 
William B. Esselen 



FRATRES IN URBE 

Elliot K. Greenwood 
Ralph Haskins 
Gerald D. Jones 



Daniel J. Foley 
Albert Parsons 
Albert F. Spelmon 




Third Row: Whittemore, Baker, Thcmas, DeGraff, Stone, Spelmon, Blake, Daley, Beftoney, Reode, Craft, Moguire 

Second Row: Shaw, Beloin, Blomberg, Wood, Collins, Grohom, Dickens 

Front Row: Couhig, Seperski, Gricius, Landers, Wisnieski, Tuiner, Driscoll, Kennedy, Crowley, San Clemente, Harris 



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ALPHA EPSILON PI 

Phi Chapter 

• 

Established at Massachusetts Agricultural College, 1916 

National Organization Founded at New York University, 1913 

Publication: "Alpha Epsilon Pi Quarterly" 

Colors: Blue and Gold 



FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1937 

Walter Charles Guralnick Isadore Barr 



Robert Sidney Feinburg 
Julian Herman Kotzeff 



Sidney Harold Beck 
Abraham Carp 
Maurice Featherman 



Harvey From 
Sidney Samuel Lipshires 
Dana Harold Malins 
Robert Rodman 
David Sawyer 
Arthur Adelson 



Class of 1938 

Bernard Lester Kohn 
H. Maxwell Pyenson 

Class of 1939 

Bertram Fogel 
Louis Kertzman 
Alvan John Myerson 
Jacob Steinberg 

Class of 1940 

Morris Hyman Burakoff 
Paul From 

Sumner Charles Levy 
Herbert Irving Morris 
Morton Joseph Pearlman 



James Dobby 



Stephen Israel Silverman 
Donald Lawrence Silverman 



Norman Edward Stone 
Arthur Milton Kaplan 
J. Henry Winn 



Sidney Walter Rosen 
Edwin Malcolm Rossman 
Henry Marcus Schreiber 
Bernard Siiberberg 
Benjamin Spungin 
Myer Samuel Zelbovitz 



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OFFICERS 

Master, Walter Charles Guralnick 

Lieutenant Master, James Dobby 

Scribe, Alvah John Myerson 

Exchequer, 

Donald Lawrence Silverman 

Sentinel, Stephen Silverman 

Historian, Abraham Corp 

House Manager, H. Maxwell Pyenson 

Member-at-Large, I. Barr 
Quarterly Reporter, Louis Kertzman 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



Donald Silverman 



Walter Guralnick 



FRATER IN FACULTATE 

Maxwell H. Goldberg 




Third Row: Adelson, Zelbovitz, Spungin, Rodman, H. From, P. From, Lipshires, Sowyer, Peorlmon, Gloshow, Rossman, Rice, 

Moiins, Schreiber, Bural<off 

Second Row: Levey, Kaplan, Steinberg, Myerson, Kertzman, Beck, Carp, Stone, Morris 

Front Row: Fogel, Kotzeff, Feotlnerman, Pyenson, D. Silverman, Barr, Guralnick, Dobby, Kohn, Kruger, S. Silverman, Elkind 



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KAPPA EPSILON 



Founded at Massachusetts Agricultural College, February 1, 1931 
Colors: Garnet, Gray and Gold 



Ernest K. Davis 
Frederick Davis 
Richard Knowlton 
Lawrence Kyle 

Vernon Coutu 
Norman Emery 
Edward Glass 



John Balcolm 
Richard Giles 
Douglas Milne 
Ellsworth Phelps 
Stanley Podolak 
Vincent Schmidt 



Henry Barney 
Robert Benemelis 
James Buckley 



FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1937 

Walter Lewis 
George Milne 
Gordon Moody 
Henry Moss 

Class of 1938 

Roy Moult 
William Riley 



Class of 1939 

Martti Suomi 
Charles Slater 
Morrill Vittum 
Horace Wildes 
Edward Willard 



Class of 1940 

Daniel Shepardson 
Wilfred Shepardson 
Edgar Slater 
Fred Wright 



Elliot Newcomb 
Paul Rosberry 
John Ruffley 
Philip Spear 



Herbert Tetreault 
Edward Keyes 
Norman Clark 



Donald Brown 
Richard Elliot 
Alexander Miller 
Elliot Wilson 
Merton Wilson 
Stanley Zelazo 



Daniel O'Connell 
Ed Woodbury 
John Powers 



[184] 




OFFICERS 

President, Edward Glass 

Vice President, William Riley 

Secretary, Herbert Tetreault 

Treasurer, Douglas Milne 

Sergeant-at-Arms, Vernon Coutu 



William Riley 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



Douglas Milne 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Guy Chester Crampton Gunnar E. Erickson Walter E. Prince 

John C. Graham Fred C. Kenney Harold W. Smart 

Arthur K. Harrison Harry G. Lindquist Grant B. Snyder 



William L. Dowd 
Bertram C. Goodell 



FRATRES IN URBE 

Kenneth G. Ives 



Gilbert Simpson 
Nelson P. Stevens 




Fourth Row: Keyes, W. Shepardson, D. Shepardson, Miller, Wright, D. Milne, E. Slater, Robbins 
Third Row: Benemelis, Coutu, Moult, Barney, Tetreault, O'Connell, Brown, Willord, Schmidt, Balcom, Suomi 
Second Row: Buckley, M. Wilson, Phelps, Vittum, Elliott, Riley, Giles, Wildes, E. Wilson, Clark, Slater 
Front Row: Emery, Ruffley, Davis, Moody, Moss, Newcomb, G. Milne, Gloss, Lewis, Knowlton 



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ALPHA SIGMA PHI 
Gamma Chapter 

• 

Established at Massachusetts Agricultural College, 1913 

Notional Organization Founded at Yale University, 1845 

Thirty-two Chapters Ten Alumni Associations 

Publication: "The Tomahawk" 

Colors: Cardinal and Stone 



Charles Benea 
Francis Cushman 
David Peterson 

Russell Smith 
Donald Osley 



William McGowon 
Edward Stoddard 
Phillips Luce 
James Meehan 



Harold Willson 
Robert Mosher 
Evi Sholz 
Kenneth Pike 



FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1937 

Alfred Bruneau 
Franklyn Berry 
John Kabat 

Class of 1938 

David Lamb 
Carl Bokina 
Phillip Anderson 

Class of 1939 

Charles Lehr 
Samuel Alferi 
Ray Parmenter 
Donald Mayo 
John Townsend 

Class of 1940 

John Miller 
Lawrence Reagan 
David Novel I i 
Rino Roffinoli 



Henry Sampson 
Lawrence Johnson 
Edward Flavin 

Walter Mayko 
Kenneth Nolan 



Lee Shipmon 
Rodney Turner 
Frank Hawthorne 
Fred Purnell 



George To bey 
Homer Stranger 
Currie Downs 
John Mango 



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OFFICERS 

President, Alfred W. Bruneau 
Vice President, John H. Kabat 

Secretary, Russell E. Smith 
Treasurer, Franklyn D, Berry 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 

David A. Peterson, 37 Russell E. Smith, '38 

FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Alexander E. Cance Stowell C. Goding Sumner R. Parker 

Earle C. Carpenter Emory E, Grayson Charles A. Peters 

Edwin F. Gaskill Joseph B. Lindsey George W. Wescott 

William L Machmer 



Edward B. Eastman 



FRATRES IN URBE 

Walter B. Hatch 
Stephen P. Puffer 



Alexander A. Lucey 



Third Row: Novelll, Miller, Tobey, Osley, Stranger, Luce Smith, Roffinoli, Meehan 
Second Row: Shipman, Mosher, McGowan, Wilson, Pormenter, Pike, Bokina 
Front Row: Kobot, Peterson, Benea, Bruneau, Berry, Cushman, Flavin 



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ALPHA GAMMA RHO 

Mu Chapter 

• 

Established at Massachusetts Agricultural College, April 28, 1917 

National Organization Founded at University of Ohio, April 4, 1908 

Thirty-two Chapters Twenty-six Alumni Chapters 

Publications: "The Sickle and Sheaf" 

Colors; Green and Gold 



Charles E. Eshbach 

Robert E, Alcorn 
Kenneth E. Benson 
Leon W. Cone 
Stanley A. Flower 
Frank W. Kingsbury 

Roger H. Decker 



Clement E. Brault 
Arthur A. Hagelstein 
Raino K. Lanson 



FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1937 

Murray W. George 

Class of 1938 

Roland Klaucke 
James D. Lee 
Elmer R. Lombard 
Edward Mish 
Osgood L. Villaume 

Class of 1939 

James 0. Graves 
Robert S. Cole 

Class of 1940 

C. Vernon Smith 
Wallace W. Wyman 
Vern W. Gillmore 
John Smith 



Raymond Wyman 

James F. Wheeler 
Stanley H. Wiggin 
Richard J. Fitzpatrick 
Conrad J. Hemond 
Harold C. Hemond 

Thomas E. Handforth 



A. Wendell Washburn 
Wilfred M. Winter 
John F. Wolfe 



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OFFICERS 

Noble Ruler, Chas. E. Eshbach, '37 

Vice Noble Ruler, Leon W. Cone, '38 

Secretary, Stanley A. Flower, '38 

Treasurer, Raymond Wymon, '37 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



Raymond Wyman, '37 



Elmer R. Lombard, '38 



Charles P. Alexander 
Ellsworth W. Bell 
Arnold M. Davis 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

William Doran Harvey L. Sweetman 

Richard W. Fessenden Frederick S. Troy 

Donald E. Ross Clark L. Thayer 



J. Lee Brown 



FRATRES IN URBE 

Donald LaCroix George G. Smith 

Eorle H. Nodine 




Third Row: Waslnburn, Wiggin, Graves, C. Smith, Handforth, Klaucke, \N. Wyman, Gillmore, Fitzpatrick 
Second Row: Decker, Benson, Wheeler, Mish, Kingsbury, Alcorn, J. Smith, Winter, Wolfe 
Front Row: Cole, George, Lee, R. Wyman, Eshbach, Flower, Lombard, Villaume 

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SIGMA PHI EPSILON 

Massachusetts Alpha Chapter 

• 

Established April 27, 1912 

National Organization Founded at Richmond College, November 1, 1901 

Sixty-seven Chapters Twenty-five Alumni Chapters 

Publication: "The Journal" 

Colors: Purple and Red 



Louis Bongiolatti, Jr. 
Harry F. Koch 

William F. Lonergan, Jr. 
William E. Roberge 



Richard L. Powers 
David H. Johnson 



Philip C. Geoffrion 
Robert Beattie 



FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1937 

Malcolm S. Butler 



Class of 1938 

William F. Barrett 
Frank C. Healy 
William B. Avery 

Class of 1939 

Philip E. Burgun 

Class of 1940 

George Flanagan 



Elmer W.Hallowell 
Trento J. Domenici 



William G. McKinney 
Berthier L. Gibbs 



John Galvin 
Kenneth Dorman 

Robert Cash man 
Charles Bennett 



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OFFICERS 

President, Louis Bongiolatti, Jr. 

Vice President, Harry F. Koch 

Secretary, Malcolm S. Butler 

Historian, William F. Lonergan, Jr. 

Treasurer and Guard, 

William E. Roberge 

Marshal, William F. Barrett 

Marshall, Frank C. Healy 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 

Horry F. Koch William F. Lonergan 

FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Philip Connell George E. Emery Richard C. Foley 

Frederick M. Cutler Ralph L. France Winthrop S. Welles 

FRATRES IN URBE 

B. Davenport Betts Harold Elder John Schoonmaker 




Second Row; Healy, Barrett, McKinney, Burgun, Powers, Johnson, Geoffrion, Avery, Gibbs 
Front Row: Roberge, Domenici, Butler, Bongiolatti, Koch, Hallowell, Lonergan 



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PHI LAMBDA TAU 



Founded at Massachusetts State College, February 1' 
Publication: "The Pilot" 
Colors: Green and White 



1934 



Edwin G. Bernstein 
Moses J. Entin 



Charles Rosenbloom 
Irving Binder 
Herbert M. Halpern 



Myron W. Fisher 
Ira L. Jackson 



Melvin Reisman 
Melvin Chalfen 
Theodore Soltzmon 
Herbert Kraus 



FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1937 

Samuel Klibanoff 



Class of 1938 

Benjamin G. Hurwitch 
Seymour T. Jacobson 
Mitchell I. Jackson 
William E. Bergman 

Class of 1939 

Milton Reiser 
Ernest Schwartz 

Class of 1940 

Everett Shapiro 
Sidney Siegal 
David Marcus 



Leo D. Lipmon 
Myron A. Widlansky 



Abraham B. Goldman 
Samuel J. Golub 
Edward Handverger 



Coleman Katz 
Irving Blassberg 



Robert Bernstein 
Isadore Cohen 
Nathan Wilansky 
Bernard Tolnick 



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OFFICERS 

Chancellor, Samuel Klibanoff 

Vice Chancellor, Myron A. Widlonsky 

Scribe, Irving Binder 

Bursar, Mitchell I. Jackson 

Historian, Benjamin G. Hurwitch 

Sergeant-at-Arms, Coleman Katz 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 

Edwin Bernstein, '37 Irving Binder, '38 



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Third Row: Colnen, Shapiro, Spungin, Fisher, Marcus, Reisman, Tolnicic, Siegal, Saltzman, Krauss, Chalfen, Bergman 

Second Row: I. Jackson, Kelfer, Schwartz, Jocobson, Auerboch, Blassberg, Goldman, Bernstein 

Front Row: Katz, M. Jacl<son, Widlonsky, Lipman, E. Bernstein, Klibanoff, Waldman, Hurwitch, Binder, Halpern 

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PHI BETA KAPPA ASSOCIATION 



President, George L. Farley 

Vice President, 
A. Anderson Mackimmie 

Secretary-Treasurer, William H. Ross 



Mrs. L K. Bullis 
Joseph S. Chamberlain 
Guy Chester Crampton 
Mrs. Gunnar E. Erickson 
George L. Farley 
Henry T. Fernald 



MEMBERS 

Stowell C. Coding 
Vernon P. Helming 
Arthur N. Julian 
William L. Machmer 
A. Anderson Mackimmie 
Walter M. Miller 



Helen S. Mitchell 
Frank C. Moore 
Miriam Morse 
William H. Ross 
Mrs. J. Paul Williams 
Basil B.Wood 



SIGMA XI 



President, William H. Davis 

Vice President, Frederick J. Sievers 

Secretary, Carl R. Fellers 



Dr. Charles P. Alexander, Entomology 
Dr. Hugh P. Baker, Forestry 
Dr. Oran C. Boyd, Plant Pathology 
Dr. Leon A. Bradley, Bacteriology 
Prof. Walter W. Chenoweth, 

Horticultural Manufactures 
Dr. W. G. Colby, Agronomy 
Mrs. Sarah M. Coolidge, Nutrition 
Dr. Carl R. Fellers, Nutrition 
Dr. Richard W. Fessenden, Chemistry 
Dr. Monroe E. Freeman, Chemistry 
Prof. Arthur P. French, Pomology 
Dr. James E. Fuller, Pomology 
Dr. Clarence E. Gordon, 

Geology and Zoology 
Dr. Emil F. Cuba, Plant Pathology 
Dr. Florence S. Jenney, 

Resident Physician 



MEMBERS 

Dr. Linus H. Jones, Plant Physiology 
Dr. Malcolm A. Mackenzie, Botany 
Mr. George A. Marston, Mathematics 
Dr. Walter M. Miller, Mathematics 
Dr. Helen Mitchell, Home Economics 
Dr. Charles A. Peters, Chemistry 
Dr. Nothian Rokietan, Physiology 
Prof. Harry J. Rich, Forestry 
Prof. Walter S. Ritchie, Chemistry 
Dr. William H. Ross, Physics 
Dr. Frank R. Shaw, Entomology 
Director F. J. Sievers, Agronomy 
Mr. Reuben E. Trippensee, Wild Life 
Mr. Henry Van Roekel, Veterinary 
Prof. Herbert E. Worfel, Zoology 
Dr. George L. Woodside, Biology 



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PHI KAPPA PHI 



President, William L. Machmer 
Vice President, Maxwell H. Goldberg 

Secretary, Arthur N. Julian 

Treasurer, Marshall 0. Lanpheor 

Corresponding Secretary, 

Elizabeth Donley 

HONORARY MEMBER 

Walter Dyer 



Charles P. Alexander 
John G. Archibald 
Hugh P. Baker 
William P. Brooks 
Alexander E. Cance 
Joseph S. Chamberlain 
Walter W. Chenoweth 
G. Chester Crampton 
William L. Doran 
George L. Farley 
Carl R, Fellers 
Richard W. Fessenden 
Richard C. Foley 
Julius H. Frandsen 
Arthur P. French 
George E. Gage 
Harry N. Click 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Stowell C. Coding 
Maxwell H. Goldberg 
Clarence E. Gordon 
Christian I. Gunness 
Frank A. Hays 
Robert P. Holdsworth 
Edward B. Holland 
Leonta G. Horrigan 
Arthur N. Julian 
Marshall 0. Lanpheor 
Joseph B. Lentz 
William L. Machmer 
Merrill J. Mack 
A. Anderson Mackimmie 
Frank C. Moore 
Fred W. Morse 
Willard A. Munson 
A. Vincent Osmun 



Ernest M. Parrott 
Clarence H. Parsons 
Charles A. Peters 
Walter E. Prince 
Frank P. Rand 
Victor A. Rice 
David Rozman 
Fred C. Sears 
Paul Serex 
Jacob K. Show 
Frederick J. Sievers 
Harvey L. Sweetman 
Clark L. Thayer 
Ray E. Torrey 
Frederick S. Troy 
Ralph Van Meter 
Frank A. Waugh 



MEMBERS RESIDENT IN AMHERST 



Roland Becker 
Marguerite E. Bicknell 
James A. Foord 
Mrs. Christian I. Gunness 
Elizabeth Hager 



Melvin Irving Cohen 
Richard Clancy Desmond 
Shirley Gale 
Barbara Knox Keck 



Ralph W. Hoskins 
Charles S. Howe 
Joseph B. Lindsey 
Samuel Newman 
John E. Ostrander 
Harry D. Pratt 



Ralph W. Redman 
Fred C. Sears 
George E. Stone 
Olive Turner 
Mildred A. Weeks 



Class of 1937 

Samuel Raymond Klibanoff William Henry Moss 

Morris Lerner Roger Kingman Pratt, Jr. 

Leo David Lipman Carl Pontius Swanson 

George MacLean Milne Albert Stetson Thomas 
Lucille Amelia Monroe 



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BOOK FOUR 





THE 
NDEX 



THE INTERSORORITY COUNCIL 

• 

OFFICERS 

President EDITH WHITMORE, '37 

Vice President DOROTHY DONNELLY, 37 

Secretary-Treasurer ELEANOR BROWN, '38 



The Intersorority Council is a group of representatives from each sorority on 
the campus; it was founded in 1931 with the purpose of establishing and maintain- 
ing good will among the houses which comprised it. 

The council seeks to secure this aim by a cooperative regulation of social, 
academic and athletic functions among the sorority chapters. The climax of its 
yearly program is the Intersorority Formal which is held in the Spring and is recog- 
nized as one of the outstanding social events of the year. 




Second Row: Misses Rondall, Kapllnsl<y, Thompson, Boyden, Crowell 
Front Row: Misses Goldsmith, Donnelly, Whitmore, Brown, Todt 



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SIGMA IOTA 

Alpha Chapter 



Organized at Massachusetts State College, May, 1934 
Colors: Blue and White 

OFFICERS 

President, Beatrice Waxier 

Vice President, Sylvia Goldsmith 

Recording Secretary, Ruth Blassberg 

Corresponding Secretary, 

Esther Bloom 

Treasurer, Martha Kaplinsky 

Historian, Bernice Sedoff 



Sylvia Goldsmith 



Ruth Blassberg 
Esther Bloom 



Florence Goldberg 
Sylvia Goldman 



Ida Davis 



INTERSORORITY COUNCIL 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1937 

Sylvia Goldsmith 

Class of 1938 



Martha Kaplinsky 



Beatrice Waxier 
Martha Kaplinsky 



Class of 1939 

Jeanette Herman 

Fern Kaplinsky 

Class of 1940 

Roma Levy 



Mary Rogosa 
Bernice Sedoff 



Myrtle Sherry 



\ f JL f L 



Second Row: Misses Sherry, Rogosa, Davis, Goldberg, Levy, Herman 

Front Row: Misses Sedoff, Goldman, Blassberg, Waxier, Goldsmith, M. Kaplinsky, Bloom, F. Kaplinsky 



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PHI ZETA 

Alpha Chapter 

• 

Founded at the Massachusetts State College, 1932 

Colors: Block and White 



Alma Boyden 
Mary Breinig 
Marjorie Cain 



Elizabeth S. Barton 
Eleanor Fahey 
Ann Gilbert 
Doris W. Jenkins 



Constance Fortin 



Elizabeth Abrams 
Erma Alvord 
Priscilla Archibald 
Louise Bowman 
Jean Carpenter 
Millicent Carpenter 
Lorraine Creesy 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1937 

Muriel Cain 
Virginia Conner 
Helen Downing 
Helena McMahon 

Class of 1938 

Frances Morley 
Phyllis Snow 

Mary Elizabeth Streeter 
Barbara Strode 
Edith G. Thayer 

Class of 1939 



Class of 1940 

Katherine Doran 
Barbara Farnsworth 
Evelyn Gould 
Frieda Hall 
Elizabeth Howe 
Marjorie Irwin 



Caroline Rogers 
M. Kay Wingate 
Ruth E. Wood 



Elthea Thompson 
Roberta Walkey 
Louisa E. Towne 
Shirley Bliss 



Rosamund Burke 



Eleanor Jewell 
Catherine Leete 
Barbara Little 
Irma Malm 
Dorothy Morley 
Patricia Robbins 
Beatrice Wood 



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OFFICERS 

President, M. Kay Wingote 

Vice President, Phyllis Nelson 

Secretary, Betty Streeter 

Treasurer, Mary O'Connell 

House Chairman, Patsy McMohon 

Social Chairman, Elthea Thompson 

Academic Chairman, Muriel Cain 

Historian, Roberta Walkey 

Portal Guard, Marjorie Cain 



INTERSORORITY COUNCIL 

Senior — Alma Boyden Junior — Elthea Thompson 

SOROR IN FACULTATE 

Ethel Blotchford 



Dorothy Doron 



SORORES IN URBE 

Pauline Hillberg Kathleen MacDonald 




Fourth Row: Misses Fomsworth, M. Carpenter, Malm, Bowman, Gould, Leete, Alvord, B. Wood, Creesy 

Third Row: Misses D. Morley, Hall, Little, Jewell, Erwin, J. Carpenter, Abrams, Robbins, Howe, Doran 

Second Row: Misses Snow, Barton, F. Morley, Strode, Fahey, Thayer, Jenkins, Fortin, Walkey, Thompson, Archibald 

Front Row: Misses Conner, Downing, M, G. Cain, Streeter, Wingate, Nelson, O'Connell, M. E. Cain, McMohon, Breinig, Rogers 



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LAMBDA DELTA MU 

Alpha Chapter 

Founded at Massachusetts State College, October, 1931 
Colors; Green and Gold 



Dorothea Donnelly 
Lois Fun 
Phyllis Gleason 



Marion Becher 
Elinor Brown 
Julia Graves 
Gertrude Hadro 
Carol Julian 



Mabel le Booth 
Beryl Briggs 
Shelagh Crowley 
Elizabeth Eaton 
Bettino Hall 
Margery Harris 
Elizabeth Jasper 



Myra Graves 
Dorothy Merrill 
Virginia Pease 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 
Class of 1937 

Lillian Jackson 
Dorothy Joyce 

Class of 1938 

Eleanor Julian 
Barbara Miller 
Laura Morse 
Louise Rutter 

Class of 1939 

Rose Jensen 
Mary Keefe 
Elizabeth Kenyon 
Katherine Kerivan 
Julia Lynch 
Phyllis MacDonald 

Class of 1940 

Katherine Rice 
Sylvia Russell 
Marjorie Smith 
Marjorie Johnson 



Esther Smith 
Sarah Wilcox 
Judith Wood 



Jane Schopfer 
Kothryn Spaight 
Christine Stewart 
Ruth Wood 
Clare Young ran 



Justine Martin 
Ethel Meurer 
Dorothy Nichols 
Joan Sanella 
Mary Lee West 
Marjorie Wilcox 
Julia Whitney 



Loretta Kenney 
Molly Maddocks 
Helene Pelissier 



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OFFICERS 

President, Dorothea Donnelly 

Vice President, Marion Becher 

Secretary, Dorothy Joyce 

Treasurer, Carol Julian 

Social Chairman, Louise Rutter 



INTERSORORITY COUNCIL 

Senior — Dorothea Donnelly Junior — Elinor Brown 




Fourth Row: Misses Pelissier, Smith, Russell, Rice, Miller, Pease, Merrill, O'Donnell, Kenney 

Third Row: Misses Johnson, Martin, West, Kenyon, Harris, Briggs, Jasper, Booth, Morse, Hall, Keefe, Nichols 

Second Row: Misses Moddocks, M. Graves, Eaton, Wilcox, Youngren, Schopfer, Meurer, R. Wood, Spaight, J. Graves, Rutter, 

Lynch, MacDonald, Crowley 
Front Row: Misses E. Smith, E. Julian, Hadro, J. Wood, Fun, Gleason, Joyce, Donnelly, Becher, C. Julian, S. Wilcox, Jackson, 

Stewart, Brown 

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SIGMA BETA CHI 

Alpha Chapter 

• 

Founded at Massachusetts State College, October, 1931 
Colors: Blue, Black and White 



Lois Barnes 
Catherine Birnie 
W. Elizabeth Boucher 
Priscilla Bradford 



Ruth Bixby 
Stella Crowell 
Virginia Fagan 



Rite Anderson 
Rita Buckley 
Elizabeth Clapp 
Justina Crosby 
Marjorie Damon 



Mary Elizabeth Bates 
Janet Campbell 
Anne Corcoran 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1937 

Dorothy Brown 
Ruth Kinsman 
Katharine Machmer 
Lucille Monroe 
Joy Moore 

Class of 1938 

Elizabeth Gaskell 
Jessie Kinsman 
Lois Macomber 

Class of 1939 

Doris Dyer 
Eva Eldridge 
Helen Hollas 
Marjorie Litchfield 

Class of 1940 

Virginia Gale 
Ruth Kuusela 
Elizabeth Reynolds 
Dorothy Rourke 



Edith Priest 
Gladys Sawinski 
Elinor Stone 
Ruth Todt 



Elaine Milkey 
Evelyn Parker 
Frances Rathbone 



Frances Merrill 
Olive Norwood 
Nancy Parks 
Belva Sinclair 
RuthWaddell 



Dorothea Smalley 
Elizabeth Spofford 
Jacqueline Stewart 



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OFFICERS 

President, Lucille Monroe 

Vice President, Dorothy Brown 

Secretary, Priscilla Bradford 

Treasurer, Elinor Stone 



INTERSORORITY COUNCIL 

Ruth Todt, 37 Stella Crowell, 38 

SOROR IN FACULTATE 

Leonto G. Horrigan 



SORORES IN URBE 



Mary T. Brown 



Ruth Campbell 




Fourth Row; Misses Reynolds, Corcoran, Botes, Gale, Stewart, Kuuselo, Rourke, Spofford 

Third Row: Misses Norwood, Dyer, Damon, Crosby, Ciopp, Merrill, Buckley, Eldridge 

Second Row: Misses Sinclair, Smalley, Litchfield, Rathbone, Gaskell, J. Kinsman, Milkey, Mocomber, Parker, Crowell, 

Campbell, Waddell, Hollas 
Front Row: Misses Barnes, Birnie, Machmer, Sawinski, Stone, Brown, Monroe, Bradford, Todt, Boucher, Moore, Priest, 

R. Kinsman 

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ALPHA LAMBDA MU 

Alpha Chapter 



Founded at Massachusetts State College, October, 1931 
Colors: Blue and Silver 



Dorothy Lannon 
Barbara Clark 
Eleanor West 
Estelle Goulding 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1937 

Angela Filios 
Esther Dunphy 
Rita Provost 
Frances Stepoth 



Frances Filipkowski 
Edith Whitmore 
Sandra Gulben 
Barbara Gordon 



Winnifred Taylor 
Sylvia Randall 
Lois Wood 



Class of 1938 

Jessie Chase 
Edna Sp rogue 
Helen O'Hearn 



Elizabeth Scoce 
Beatrice Davenport 
Helen Carew 



Eleanor Ward 



Class of 1939 



Marion Stomberg 



Elizabeth Firth 
Beryl Barton 
Rosa Kohls 



Class of 1940 

Priscilla Oertel 
Anna Banuzkewic 
Carolyn Monk 
Esther Pratt 



Dorethy Kelly 
Dorothy Phipps 

Evelyn Ellery 



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OFFICERS 

President, Edith Whitmore 

Vice President, Winnifred Taylor 

Secretary, Dorothy Lonnon 

Treasurer, Eleanor West 

Social Chairman, Beatrice Davenport 

Alumnae Secretary, Estelle Goulding 

Athletic Chairman, Lois Wood 

House Chairman, Barbara Clark 



INTERSORORITY COUNCIL 



Edith Whitmore, '37 



Sylvia Randall, 38 




Third Row: Misses Barton, Kohls, Banuzkewic, Monk, Firth, Ellery, Phipps, Pratt 

Second Row: Misses Oertel, O'Hearn, Ward, Scace, Toft, Carpenter, Chose, Sprague, Randall, Carew, Truron, Wood, Kelly 
Front Row: Misses Hopkins, Stepath, Clark, Gulben, West, Taylor, Whitmore, Lannon, Goulding, Davenport, Gordon, Dunphy, 
Filios 



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BOOK F IVE 





THE 
I NDEX 



ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES BOARD 



The Academic Activities Board is that Board composed of those faculty members 
in charge of activities as well as those students who each represent as a manager 
some specific academic activity. 

The school paper, the Collegian; the year book, The Index; the dramatic society, 
the Roister Doisters; the musical organizations. Band, Orchestra and Glee Clubs; 
and the Debating Society, are all represented on this Board. 

It is this Board which determines the academic activity awards for the year. 

Academic Act-ivities Board 

President Baker, Ex Officio. 
Dean Machmer, Chairman. 

Dr. Click. 
Prof. Rand. 
Prof. Dickinson. 
Mr. Parsons. 

Student- Members 

Kenwood Ross, '37, Collegian. 
Richard Irving, '38, Orchestra. 
Barbara Keck, '37, Girls' Glee Club. 
Bernard Kohn, '38, Men's Glee Club. 
Albert Thomas, '37, Debating. 
James Dobby, '37, Roister Doisters. 
Mitchell NeJome, '38, Index. 
Robert Spiller, '37, Band. 




Second Row; Kohn, Dobby, Spiller, Ross, NeJame, Thomas 

Front Row: Mr. Emory, Prof. Dickinson, Miss Keck, Dean Mochmer, Prof. Glick, Prof. Rand, Mr. Parsons 



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THE SENATE 

• 

OFFICERS 

President CARL SWANSON, '37 

Vice President WENDELL LAPHAM, 37 

Treasurer LOUIS BONGIOLLATI, '37 

Secretary FREDERICK SIEVERS, '38 



The Senate is a student governing body composed of members of the junior and 
senior classes, elected each year by their respective classes. It is the ruling body 
which perpetuates the traditions of the college and determines the standards of 
student conduct on the campus. This group is also in control of the undergraduate 
classes and its influence is manifested in the undergraduate class meetings and 
elections. 

It is this body that undertakes to instruct the new students in the customs and 
traditions of campus life at Massachusetts State College. 

Another service that it performs is the representation of student interests before 
the faculty and in this capacity is able to present a cross section of student opinion 
on matters of common interest to the students and faculty. 




Second Row: Towie, Riley, Sievers, Rossiter, Brown 
Front Row; Bongioloti, Lopham, Swonson, Cutter, Couhig 



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THE 1937 INDEX 




GEORGE S. ROZWENC 
Editor-in-Chief 



In presenting this issue of the Index the present 
board is fully aware that it has produced a year book 
that differs from past issues in a great many points. 
The board first broke with tradition when it decided to 
discard the ancient and outmoded idea of a classical 
"theme" and substituted a modern and completely 
original photographic treatment of the division pages. 
Credit for the novel subject matter of the photographs 
in the division of pages is due entirely to the art editor. 
Miss Ann Gilbert, who originated the idea and to the 
fine work of her assistant, Miss Ruth Bixby. The board 
feels confident that the caricature of the clay models 
is particularly appreciated by the various groups they 
represent. 

While the book retains the general subject matter of past Indexes, the arrange- 
ment owes little to its predecessors. The outstanding innovation in the 1937 Index 
is a spectacular opening section of sixteen pages done in three color print. Several 
beautiful campus views are arranged in striking designs offset by type and color to 
produce an immediate and sensational effect. 

Prominent among the many new features is the cover, designed in a modern 
motif. The color base is black and the effect of the debossed lettering on a sil- 
ver background is enhanced by a maroon rub. All members of the senior class were 
presented complimentary copies with the name of each individual stamped on the 
cover. 

Another striking feature of the book is the novel layout of the end leaves in 
which a map of the campus with the buildings drawn in perspective appears in 
a phantom effect. 

The novel treatment of the book was also extended to the arrangement of photo- 
graphs throughout the book. The men and women of ^_^_ 
the senior class appear in separate groups, the en- 
gravings of the latter being vignetted to accentuate the 
effect of the drapes used in the photographing of the 
individuals. The placing of groups at the bottom of 
the page, the arrangement of engravings in the frater- 
nity and sorority sections, the set-up of the class groups 
were all planned to secure a maximum of interest to the 
reader. Less apparent to the average person but never- 
theless the result of careful consideration is the type 
itself; it is of modern design in keeping with the motif 
of the rest of the book. 

L 

WILLIAM F. WELCKER 
Associate Editor 




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THE 1937 INDEX STAFF 




Editor-in-Chief, GEORGE S, ROZWENC 
Business Manager, MITCHELL F. NEJAME 
Associate Editor, WILLIAM F. WELCKER 



MITCHELL F. NEJAME 




Business Manager 




Business Assistants 


Literary Editor 


OSGOOD VILLAUME 


JULIAN H. KATZEFF 


ELMER LOMBARD 


Assistants 


Statistics Editor 

HERBERT TETREAULT 


ALFRED SWIREN 
DONALD SILVERMAN 

Art Editor 


Assistants 


ANN GILBERT 


THEODORA EDSON 


Assistant Art Editor 


WILLIAM EATON 


RUTH L BIXBY 


E. FAIRFIELD CARR 


Assistant 


HELEN CAREW 


LANE GIDDINGS 




Second Row: Silverman, Lombard, Corr, Katzeff, Eaton, Giddings, Villoume 

Front Row: Miss Carew, Miss Edson, NeJame, Rozwenc, Welclcer, Miss Bixby, Miss Gilbert 



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KENWOOD ROSS 
Business Manager 




THE MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGIAN 



Prominent and popular on the campus this year has been the MASSACHUSETTS 
COLLEGIAN, the student newspaper and organ of expression. As usual the Col- 
legian has held the interest of the students and faculty as well as of many alumni 
because of its vigorous manner of news reporting, as well as its editorial comment 
concerning vital campus problems. 

Among the problems taken up by the COLLEGIAN have been the necessity of 
lowering the number of units necessary for graduation, thereby reducing the number 
of courses taken by the students, the necessity of a reading period before examina- 
tions, the necessity of an A, B. Degree, the necessity of offering a four credit elemen- 
tary physics course. In short the COLLEGIAN has endeavored to designate ways 
by which Massachusetts State College can be improved. 

The Collegian published a memorial edition upon the death of former President 
Edward M. Lewis, The student paper is a member of the Associated Collegiate Press 
and as such distributes the Collegiate Digest rotogravure section. During the last 
presidential campaign the Collegian conducted a presidential poll on campus re- 
gistering student opinion. This poll was held in conjunction with the inter-collegiate 
poll of the Daily Princetonian. 

This past year a literary section was added to the Collegian. This section 
appeared during the past semester and is to appear quarterly in the future. As usual 
the Collegian conducted c poem of the month contest. 




LOUIS BREAULT 
EdItor-in-Cliief 



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MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGIAN 

LOUIS A. BREAULT, '37, Editor-in-Chief 

FREDERICK LINDSTROM, '38, Managing Editor 

WALTER GURALNICK '37, Associate Editor 

EDITORIAL BOARD 



Campus 

PHILIP B. SCHIFF, '37, Editor 
RICHARD C. DESMOND, 37 
JAMES S. WALDMAN, 37 
STANLEY A, FLOWER, 38 
MAURICE TONKIN, 38 
THOMAS J, ENRIGHT, 39 
MARY T. MEEHAN, '39 
EMERY MOORE, 39 

SUSAN E. STUTSMAN, 

Athletics 

JULIAN H. KATZEFF, 38, Editor 

MAXWELL I. KLAYMAN, '38 

ALFRED M. SWIREN, '38 

JOHN E. FILIOS, '40 
ARTHUR A. NOYES, '40 

Make-up 

RAYMOND B. JORDAN, '37, Editor 
DOROTHY MERRILL, '40 



ELEANOR WARD, '39 
MABELLE BOOTH, '39 
BETTINA HALL, '39 
JOSEPH BARTOSIEWICZ, '40 
FRANKLIN M, DAVIS, '40 
NANCY E. LUCE, '40 
CAROLYN E. MONK, '40 
JACQUELINE L^ STEWART, '40 
40, Secretary 

Stockbridge Correspondents 

GEORGE TROWBRIDGE, '37 
WESLEY NUTTER, '38 , 
Financial Adviser 

PROF. LAWRENCE S DICKINSON 

Faculty Adviser 

DR, MAXWELL H. GOLDBERG 



BUSINESS BOARD 

KENWOOD ROSS '37, Busmess Manager 



Business Assistants 

CLIFFORD E. SYMANCYK, '37 
Advertising Manager 



HARRY F. KOCH, '37 
Circulation Manager 



WILLIAM B. GRAHAM, 
MITCHELL F. NEJAME, 
ABRAHAM CARP, '39 
ALLEN GOVE, '39 



WILLIAM B. FERGUSON '38 
Subscription Manager 

WILLIAM H. HARRISON, '38 
DONALD L. SILVERMAN, '38 
CHARLES RODDA, '39 
HENRY WINN, '39 



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Third Row: Misses D. Merrill, Stutsman, Booth, Monk, Hill, Word, F. Merrill, Stewart, Meehan, Luce 
Second Row: Waldmon, Enright, Schiff, Desmond, Noyes, Davis, Moore, Tonkin, Swiren, Rosen, Filios 
Front Row: Prof. Dickinson, Kotzeff, Flower, Lindstrom, Guralnick, Breoult, Ross, Harrison, Silverman, Grohom, NeJame 



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THE BAND 



OFFICERS 



Director and Coach CHARLES B. FARNUM 

of Holyoke 

Student Leader RALPH B, GATES, '37 

Manager ..:..... ROBERT L. SPILLER, '37 

Drum Major STANLEY BOZEK, '38 

Much in demand because of its increasing excellence, the Band made a number 
of appearances this year. It played regularly at home football games and also 
at the Tufts gome at Medford. It presented snappy drills and letter formations 
learned under Lt. Col. Applington's tutelage. 

In January the band began its concert season playing at the Alumni Broadcast 
over WBZ and WBZA, at the Neuro-Psychiatric Institute. It appeared as port of 
the Bay State Revue in February and gave a concert program at convocation on 
February 25. The rest of the season included another radio program, a concert at 
Holyoke High School, and concerts at the annual spring concert as well as at 
commencement. 

The band acquired some new uniforms and new instruments also. 




Back Row: Spiller, Gates, Howard, Paul, Powers, Wilansky, C. Hemond 
Center Section: Smart, Fulton, Gleasan, Shaw, Lepine, Cowling 
Clarinets: H. Hemond, Mabie, Kelfer, Julian, Giddings 
Trumpets: Smith, Coutu, L. Johnson, Blouer, Mortice 



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THE COMBINED MUSIC CLUBS 



The three Music Clubs, the Women's Glee Club, The Men's Glee Club, and 
the Orchestra, were combined last Fall under the management of one board. This 
board is made up of the manager and assistant manager of each club. Richard 
Irving, manager of Orchestra is the present chairman of the board; Barbara Keck, 
manager of the Women's Glee Club, is secretary; Barbara Strode, the assistant 
manager of the Women's Glee Club, is publicity chairman, and Bernice Kohn is stage 
manager. The board meets every Tuesday night. 

The purpose of the amalgamation of these clubs is to ensure greater efficiency 
in the managment of each club. Many programs are planned each year, necessitat- 
ing the cooperation of these clubs. It is hoped that by the creation of a single board 
these programs may be carried out with greater ease. 

Among the efforts of this board are the Spring Concert, the operetta, UTOPIA 
LIMITED, and two concerts to defray expenses of the operetta. 



College Orchestra 

The College Orchestra, concentrating its work in the String Ensemble has, in 
the past year, presented some very creditable work. The ensemble made its initial 
appearance in the Spring Concert of 1937 introducing a type of music seldom heard 
on this campus before. 

Its next appearance was made at the commencement play of the Stockbridge 
School. Immediately afterwards, it finished its season by playing at the 65th annual 
Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises. 

In the fall of 1936, the String Ensemble was very much in evidence at both of 
the informal concerts sponsored by the Combined Musical Clubs. 

The orchestra participated in the 1937 Spring Concert and in the operetta 
"Utopia Limited". 

The orchestra belongs to the Combined Musical Clubs Organization and as a 
member, it has representation on the Board of Managers. 

The orchestra is conducted by Frank Stratton and is managed by Richard A. 
Irving, assisted by Robert Cain. 




Second Row; Coin, Miss Taylor, Miss Dolliver, Miss Boyden, Miss Kodis, Powers 
Front Row: Miss Lynch, Miss Ellery, Stratton, Irving, Miss Keck, Miss Kuusela 



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Men's Glee Club 

The past few years has seen the meteoric rise of Massachusetts State College 
Glee Club. Much of the success is due to the efforts of Mr. Frank B. Stratton, 
the Musical Director. 

This past year the club has made several trips and given several concerts. In 
conjunction with the College Radio program the Glee Club presented two songs over 

station WBZ in Springfield. 

The concerts were presented at Cummington, Adams, North Brookfield, and 
Schenectady. 

The Glee Club also is planning to take on important part in the spring concert 
which is to be presented by the combined Musical Clubs. 




Second Row: Hager, Osmun, Bauks, Deneault, Sheidon, kiddle, Stratton, Smith, Stiles, Lindsey, Dimock, Nojor, Tobey 
Front Row; Washburn, Decker, Cousins, Kohn, Kerr, Tucker, Moult, Tappan, Dolton 

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Women's Glee Club 

Manager BARBARA K, KECK 

Assistant Manager BARBARA STRODE 

Director MR. FRANK B, STRATTON 

Mixed Quartet 

Director and Accompanist, MR. FRANK B. STRATTON 

Barbara Keck, soprano 
Rosa Kohls, alto 
John Osmun, tenor 
Bernard Kohn, bass 

In comparison to the other musical organizations, the Women's Glee Club is 
relatively new on the campus. Founded in September, 1934, at the request of 
the women students, the club soon made a place for itself in the musical activities 
of the college, and in the succeeding years has gradually increased in importance. 
The club concluded a very successful year with the following concerts; 

Musical Clubs, March 19 

"Utopia Limited", April .23, 24 

Sunderland Concert, May 12 

Language and Literature Association Concert 

The mixed quartet participated in these concerts: 
Musical Clubs, March 19 

Concert sponsored by the Board of Managers, May 15 
Language and Literature Association Concert 




Second Row: Misses Oertel, Curtis, Borton, Fitts, Kohls, Davis, Banuzkewic, Mr. Strotton, Mi.sses Pratt, 
Maschin, Pushee, Stepath, West, Goulding, Kelly 
Front Row: Misses Seol, Goldberg, Herman, A. Boyden, Keck, Strode, G. Boyden, Colkins, Carpenter 



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THE ROISTER DOISTERS 



The ROISTER DOISTERS is the student dramatic 
association of Massachusetts State College. Its 
chief purpose is to present each year an outstand- 
ing classical or modern ploy. More recently it has 
also been the custom to present a dramatic enter- 
tainment OS part of the annual commencement 
exercises. 

This year the main production of the ROISTER 
DOISTERS was a modern melodramatic work by Ayn 
Rand, called "The Night of January 16th", one of 
the hits of the 1935-36 New York stage season. The 
play was under the direction of Prof. Frank Prentice 
Rand and presented a novel treatment of a sup- 
posedly exhausted plot. 

The scene of the story is that of a court room in 
which Karen Andre, portrayed alternately by Lucille 
Monroe and Constance Fortin, is on trial for the 
murder of the wealthy Bjorn Faulkner, a business 
man of questionable principles. The jury wos selected 
from the audience each night and the treatment of 
the presentation was to give the effect to the au- 
dience of actual presence at a murder trial. 

The leading members of the cast alternated in 
their roles and the dramatic effect of the leads was 
different at each presentation in an attempt to ex- 
periment with audience reaction. Though the ef- 
fectiveness and worth of the experiment may be 
questioned the play was, in general, favorobly ac- 
cepted by the audiences. 

Many of the minor characters were very weak ond the performance of John Hoar, as Attorney Flint, 
at the second performance, though carefully calculated to bring a desired reaction, was unimpressive. 
It is doubtful that the presentation secured the proper rapport in the audience in regard to courtroom 
atmosphere as a result of the failure of many of the actors in their roles. However, the attempt was 
creditable and the ploy as a whole was a success. 

Three one-act ploys were presented at the 1937 Commencement exercises. 




PROFESSOR 

FRANK PRENTICE RAND 

Director 




Second Row; Thomos, Moult, MacCurdy, Watts, Moody, Cadigon, Goodhue, Graham, Collins, Brox 
Front Row: Dobby, Miss Fortin, Miss Strode, Hoar, Miss Monroe, Miss Norwood, Levinson 



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THE ROISTER DOISTERS 




JOHN HOAR 
President 



OFFICERS 

President JOHN HOAR, '38 

Vice President LUCILLE MONROE, '37 

Electrician GORDON MOODY, '37 

Stage Manager ROY MOULT, '38 

General Manager JAMES DOBBY, '37 

Director PROF. FRANK PRENTICE RAND 

Cast of 
"THE NIGHT OF JANUARY 16TH" 

KAREN ANDRE ^ LUCILLE MONROE 



CONSTANCE FORT IN 

NANCY LEE FAULKNER .._ I CONSTANCE FORTIN 

1 LUCILLE MONROE 

JOHN GRAHAM WHITFIELD .{ DONALD CADIGAN 

1 LAWRENCE LEVINSON 

ATTORNEY STEVENS I LAWRENCE LEVINSON 

[ DONALD CADIGAN 

ATTORNEY FLI NT JOHN HOAR 

JERRY REGAN ROBERT MacCURDY 

HANDWRITING EXPERT BERYL BRIGGS 

BENITO FRANK BROX 

BAILIFF WILLIAM COLLINS 

COURT CLERK IVAN COUSINS 

SIGURD JUNQUIST FRED GOODHUE 

CLERK OF COURT ....JOSEPH JAVORSKI 

DR. KIRKLAND WILLIAM LEIGHTON 

ROBERTA VAN RENSSALAER OLIVE NORWOOD 

PRISON MATRON BARBARA PHILLIPS 

MAGDA SVENSEN JOAN SANNELLA 

COURT SECRETARY BARBARA STRODE 

POLICEMAN FRANCIS THOMAS 

J UDGE HAROLD WATTS 

HOMER VAN FLEET THOMAS LYMAN 

COURT ATTENDANTS { ^^^^ FOSTER 

DONALD FOWELL 



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MEN'S DEBATING TEAM 



The 1937 Men's Debating Team created college history when they took the 
longest trip ever taken by a State academic activities organization. Immediately 
after spring vacation the varsity squad, composed of Captain Max Lilly, '37, Manager 
Alvin Thomas, '37, John Hoar, '38 and Alfred Swiren, '38, left on a ten day southern 
trip, the end point of which was Charleston, S. C. 

Opening the practice session early in the fall, the squad began a study of the 
resolution which they debated for the season, "Resolved that Congress shall be em- 
powered to pass legislation to regulate maximum hours and minimum wages for in- 
dustry." At the start of the second semester Professor Prince of the English depart- 
ment took up his reins as coach of the team, and until vacation weekly practice 
debates were held. 

The only home debate of the season was in early February against the University 
of Pennsylvania. The teams encountered on the trip included Pennsylvania, Wake 
Forest College, University of Charleston, Atlantic Christian College, Johns Hopkins 
University and Franklin-Marshall College. 

In addition to those making the trip, members of the squad included Francis 
Thomas, '37, Walter Lewis, '37 and George Flanagan, '40. 




Second Row; Hoar, F. Thomas, Lewis, Swiren 
Front Row: Lil!y, Prof. Prince, A. Thomas 



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MASSACHUSETTS STATE COLLEGE 



FORTY-FIRST 

Flint Oratorical Contest 

MEMORIAL HALL 

Friday Evening,- June 5, 1936 

At Seven-Thirty O'Clock 



First Prize of $30.00 to Arthur J. Gold 
Second Prize of $15.00 to Leo W. Carbonneau 



Presiding Officer 
PROFESSOR WALTER E. PRINCE 



1. Patriotism and the American College. 

GEORGE M. MILNE, 1937 

2. Government and the College Man 

MAX LILLY, 1937 

3. The Criminal Must Go 

ARTHUR J. GOLD, 1936 

4. Shall We Stay at Home? 

RUTH BLASSBERG, 1937 

5. Present Day Abuses of Liberty 

LEO W. CARBONNEAU, 1937 



JUDGES 

PROFESSOR HARRY N. CLICK 

MR. NORMAN MYRICK 

MR. CLYDE W. DOW 



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FIFTY-NINTH ANNUAL 
BURNHAM DECLAMATION CONTEST 



BOWKER AUDITORIUM 
Thursday, May 7, 1935 

First Prize of $15.00 Awarded to John Hoar 

Second Prize of $10.00 Awarded to Frank Brox 

CLYDE W. DOW, Chairman 

The Burnham Declamation Contest was established by Mr. T. 0. H. P. Burnham 
in 1875, and has increased in popularity every year. The students who compete -for 
the contest show much interest and ability. The declamations were presented during 
one of the convocation periods, and were thoroughly enjoyed by the student body. 

PROGRAM 

1 "The Mountain Whipoorwill" Stephen Vincent Benet 

JOHN F. CLICK, '39 

2. "Selection from Sainte Joan" George Bernard Shaw 

LOIS MACOMBER, 38 

3 "Selection from Henry Vl" William Shakespeare 

FRANK BROX, '38 

4. "Prisoner of Chi I Ion" Lord Byron 

WALTER EPSTEIN, '38 

5. "Innocents Abroad" Mark Twain 

JOHN HOAR, '38 

6. "Guinevere" Alfred, Lord Tennyson 

(Selection from "Idylls of the King") 
BARBARA STRODE, '38 

7. "False Banners" James Reed 

HERBERT TETREAULT 

JUDGES 

PROFESSOR FRANK P. RAND 

PROFESSOR WALTER E. PRINCE 

DR. MAXWELL H. GOLDBERG 



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ADELPHIA 



OFFICERS 

President DAVID ROSSITER, '37 

Vice President KENWOOD ROSS, '37 

Secretary-Treasurer WALTER GURALNICK, '37 

Adelphia is the senior honorary society which is composed of seven senior men who 
are elected by their predecessors. Its members are those who are outstanding as 
leaders in various campus activities. The society directs those student activities 
which are backed by no specific group but which are essential to a well-rounded 
campus life. It has for its purpose the promotion cf student interest in the many 
worthwhile functions and activities of the college. 

In the post it has sponsored many student forums and in the past year has 
directed several football rallies. 



MEMBERS 



Carl P. Swonson 
Walter C. Guralnick 
James F. Cutter 



David P. Rossiter 
Kenwood Ross 
Robert L. Spiller 



Wendell E. Lapham 




Second Row; Svvanson, Spiller, Lophom, Cutter 
Front Row; Ross, Rossiter, Gurolnick 



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THE HONOR COUNCIL 



OFFICERS 

President JAMES RYAN 

Secretary PHILIP CHASE 



The Honor Council originated as the result of a series of talks on college life 
which Dean Lewis gave to the class of 1921 . For its first -few years of existence it 
went through troublous times; some students supported it; others did not. Finally 
the entire college adopted the idea and voted to support the constitution that the 
council drew up. In order that the constitution be the best of its kind, questionaires 
were sent to all other colleges using the honor system; from their answers came the 
knowledge necessary for drawing up an outstanding constitution. 

The purpose of the Honor Council is to uphold and to interpret the Honor Con- 
stitution and to try, and convict or acquit any case of alleged dishonor, and to file 
report of such action with the President of the College. The purpose o-f the con- 
stitution is to place all students af the regular four-year course on their honor during 
examinations of all kinds. In 1934 a clarification of this purpose was made by the 
student body which voted several amendments to the constitution. 

Members of the council are: James Ryan, president; Philip Chase, secretary; 
Harvey Turner, Bob Holdsworth, Samuel Townsley, Nelson Julian, Myron Hager, 
Dorothea Donnelly and Catherine Birnie. 




Second Row: Holdsworth, Julian, Townsley 

Front Row: Miss Donnelly, Ryan, Chose, Miss Birnie 



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THE WOMEN'S STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 



The Women's Student Government Association is mode up of all the women 
students on campus. Each year an executive council is elected whose function it 
is to supervise the discipline and to represent the interests of the group at large. 

Every year a series of teas is sponsored early in the fall which offers an oppor- 
tunity for the freshmen women to become acquainted with the upperclass girls as 
well as with each other. Among this year's accomplishments are a party for co-eds, 
the continuation af the scholarship that was begun in 1936, and the purchase of 
a new victrola for the Abbey. 




Second Row; Misses Stone, Clopp, Nichols, Gale 
Front Row; Misses Julion, Todt, Becher 



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THE PRESS CLUB 

• 

OFFICERS 

President CHARLES E. ESHBACH, 37 

Secretary STANLEY A. FLOWER, 38 

Adviser FRANCIS C. PRAY 

Tine Massacliusetts State College Press Club was founded in 1935 by o group 
of student newspaper correspondents to secure closer cooperation and united ad- 
vancement in their journalistic work. In the absence of any course in journalism at 
the college, projects and studies have been conducted by the group to provide in- 
struction and opportunity for practical application of journalistic principles. 

The members of the Press Club occupy an important place in the set-up of the 
college news service in offering individual contacts with the larger Western Mass- 
achusetts papers. Members o-f the Press Club also assist college publicity officials 
in the coverage of conferences and similar special events. 

The Press Club has been recognized by the Student Life Committee as a pro- 
fessional journalistic organization. 




Left to Right: Eshbach, Pray, Miss O'Connell, Breault, Flower, Hemond, Lindstrorm, Jordan, Warner 



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MAROON KEY 



OFFICERS 

President ROBERT PACKARD, '39 

Vice President _ HOWARD STEFF, '39 

Secretary HERBERT CLICK, '39 

The Maroon Key is o chapter of a national honorary society which has chapters 
at many of the leading colleges of the United States. In each case the chapter name 
is determined by the college color. 

"^he main duty of the Maroon Key members is that of meeting visiting teams and 
other visiting organizations and acting as host to them during their stay on the 
campus. 

Maroon Key members receive the society insignia, a gold key with a maroon "M" 
on a white background, as well as a white felt hat with maroon key and maroon band, 
■for recognition. 




Second Row: Swanson, R. S. Cole, Codigon, Najar 
Front Row: R. M. Cole, Steff, Packard, Click, Southwick 



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STUDENT RELIGIOUS COUNCIL 



The Student Religious Council is the student organization which conducts alj 
religious activity of a general campus nature. It is composed of representatives of 
the religious clubs, which through the medium of the Council, achieve a unity bene- 
ficial to the campus. 

Each year the Student Religious Council conducts a Religious Conference at 
which a prominent clergyman presents a series of talks. The choice of clergyman is 
rotated among the three major religions represented on compus. Father Robert J. 
Hewitt, S.J., led the conference this year on February 14, 15, 16. 

Also this year, the Council conducted a symposium on the subject "Is Life Worth 
Living?" This was participated in by students and -faculty as well as by townspeople. 




Second Row; Mr. Williams, Levinson, Miss Blassberg, Rossiter 
Front Row; Brown, Miss Fortin, Wyman, Miss Nichols, Goge 



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HORTICULTURAL SHOW 1937 



The Horticultural Show, under the direction of Chairman Walter J. Hodder, 
presented a novel contrast in theme at the 1936 exhibition in November. In anti- 
thesis to the usual naturalistic presentation, a low, formal design was developed 
around the central feature, a Parterre Garden, with formal hedges and terminal 
features of statuary. The plan was so designed that the whole show appeared as 
a single unit, not as several incongruous end separate features; the exhibits, of which 
there were fewer commercial features than usual, were arranged so that they not 
only set off each other, but gave unity and balance to the show. The center piece 
of the Parterre Garden was a statue of Mercury, the symbol of the American Florists; 
it stood in a small pool which was planted with water lilies and banked with fragrant 
chrysanthemums. 

As in the past, the Holyoke and Northampton Florist Club exhibited, and there 
were more student exhibitions than usual. The general design was worked out by 
James Robertson of the department of Landscape Architecture. The exhibits in- 
cluded displays of fruits, forestry, horticultural manufactures, landscaping and 
student contests; these occupied the entire -floor of the physical education cage. 
The total attendance during the three days of the twenty-eighth annual Show was 
somewhat lower than that of last year, but only because of inclement weather on the 
final day of the exhibition. Winners in the vanous student competitions were: Flori- 
culture; vase arrangements of large flowered chrysanthemums, Albert J. Gricius; 
formal displays of 100 square feet, Albert Forbush; vase arrangement of native or 
other hardy materials, Fred Davis; winter bouquet, Walter F. Golosh; arrangement 
of -fruit in metal container, Fred Davis. Judges of the student competition were Mrs. 
Mrs. Robert B. Parmenter of Amherst, Mrs. Nelson C, Holland of Belchertown, and 
Miss Kate Ries Kock, Smtih College. 

The Hortcultural Show was under the general direction of Professor Clark L 
Thayer, head of the department of Floriculture. The student committee arranging 
the show was headed by Walter J. Hodder and included John A. Tuttle, Norman W. 
Butterfield, Lee Rice, Jr., Robert Thorndike, Ralph Gates, Philip Layton, Walter 
Simonsen, Clarence Benson, and Edwin S. Holmes. 



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Front Row: Layton, Tuttle, Hodder, Butterfield, Gates 



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DAD'S DAY 1937 



The tenth Annual Dads' Day gathering was held on October twenty-fourth. 
The Dads were welcomed at the Memorial Building and were given programs and 
tickets for the diverse and multifold activities of the day. The feature of the morn- 
ing program was a demonstration of fancy riding and jumping by the R. 0. T. C. 
seniors and juniors. Anthony Nogelo took first place in the competitive jumping, 
while John Landers, Leroy Clark, and Kenwood Ross took second, third and fourth 
places respectively. The committee for the Horse Show was: Leroy Clark, chairman; 
Robert Bieber, Kenwood Ross, Robert Couhig and Frederick Whittemore. 

In the afternoon the Massachusetts State football players met the Worcester 
Tech players in a close struggle; the weather was excellent and compensated for the 
disappointment O'f the defeat in the game. During halves the spectators were en- 
tertained by a rope pull between the freshmen and the sophomores in which the fresh- 
men were victorious after a valiant struggle. 

The evening program offered the paternal visitors the combined entertainment 
of the' fraternities and sororities. An interfraternity sing opened the program; each 
fraternity was limited to two songs and a group of sixteen men. Judges of the 
competitive singing were: Mr. Helming, Dr. Fraker, and Professor Prince. The 
sororities presented singing, and a comic skit, which was the high spot of the evening's 
entertainment. Theta Chi, under the direction of Ben Lyon, won first place in the 
interfraternity singing; other winners were: Phi Lambda Tau, under the direction of 
Irving Binder, second place; Phi Sigma Kappa, under the direction of Gordon Major, 
third place; Lambda Chi Alpha, under the direction of Don Tucker, -fourth place. 




Second Row: Buzzee, Conant, Moody, Brown, Ross, Haylon 

Front Row: Miss Rutter, Miss Hall, Clark, Miss Bradford, Miss Stone 



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SOPHOMORE-SENIOR HOP 1936 



Held on the eighth of June, the Sophomore — Senior Hop mari<ed the auspicious 
close of the social season of 1936. The chaperons for the occasion were Major and 
Mrs. Herbert E. Wati<ins and Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Radcliffe; for the Major and Mrs. 
Herbert E. Watkins it was the last social participation before leaving college. As 
guests of honor, President and Mrs. Francis D. Farrell of Kansas State College were 
invited to attend with President and Mrs. Hugh P. Baker. 

The decorations were arranged to follow the same pattern as the Mardi Gras 
scheme. The walls and ceilings of the drill hall were decked with all the colors of 
the rainbow to give a gay and fantastic setting to the hall. Hudson-Delange or- 
chestra provided the music for the Hop and contributed much to making it the social 
success of the season. 

The members of the Hop commttee were: Norman Blake, chairmen; Herbert E. 
Brown, Eltheo Thompson, Eleanor Fahey, Jessie Kinsman, William Riley, Cyrus French 
and Frederick Sievers. 



BAY STATE REVUE 



On Saturday evening, December 9, the annual Bay State Revue was presented 
at Stockbridge Hall. The Roister Doister production of the famous scene erf Pyramus 
and Thisbe from "A Midsummer Night's Dream" was the highlight of the evening's 
performance. The combined efforts of Laurence Levinson, '38, John Hoar, '38, 
William Graham, '38, Francis Thomas, '37 and Ivan Cousins, '39, did much to make 
this hilarious entertainment one of the most enjoyable ever seen at a Revue. 

The Revue was opened with a selection by the college orchestra, which was 
followed by vocal selections by James Kerr, '36. 

Other presentations of the evening included a dramatic skit "Rosa" in which 
Frank Brox, '38, excellently portrayed the character of a tragic-stricken Italian; 
a "trick" violinist, Robert Cain, '39; a humorous skit by the members of Phi Lambda 
Tau Fraternity; impersonations by Kingsbury "Bob Burns" Houghton, '39; and a 
riotous skit ingeniously delivered by Eugene Gieringer, '38, who was dressed effectively 
in a short skirt and rompers; an interpretative dance by Chester Sherman, '38; guitar 
selections by James Lee, '38; and eccentric dancing by Lone Giddings, '38. 

The Revue was presented under the direction of the Roister Doisters. 



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INFORMAL COMMITTEE 



The Informal Committee opened the fall social season with a bang by sponsoring 
a successful dance on September 26, the first Saturday of the school year. Old loves 
were renewed and new ones started, aided and abetted by the rapturous rhythm o-f 
Helen Downing and her orchestra. 

On the 17th of October, the day of our first home football game, the committee 
entertained the victors of the afternoon's battle midst the strains of Ed Cerruti's 
orchestra. 

Adding a slight modification to the Amherst Week-end, the committee held a 
tea dance immediately after the Amherst game. Ed Petrucelli of Westfield led the 
music manufacturers. 

On the 24th of November Ed Cerutti again favored with orchestral selections and 
the boys and girls reveled in the holiday spirit. 

The first old clothes party was held on December 1 1 th with music by the "States- 
men". Suitable prizes were awarded in the collegiate contest and to the couple with 
the most original costume. 

During the Winter Carnival a Ski Boot Informal, something new on the campus, 
was sponsored by this enterprising committee of dance men and pleased the large 
number that attended. 

Other informals were held on March 5, March 20, April 10, and May 22. 

The Committee: 

David P. Rossiter, Chairman 
Louis Bongiolatti 
Kenwood Ross 
Philip Layton 
Russell Hauck 




Second Row: Hauck, Bongiolatti 
Front Row: Ross, Rossiter, Loyton 



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THE R. 0. T. C. 



With the cyclical change in personnel completed by the departure of Major 
Herbert Watkins lost spring, on entirely new staff is now carrying on R. 0. T. C. 
work at Massachusetts. The Department is now headed by Lt. Col. Horace T. 
Aplington, Major Leo B. Conner and Captain Harold P. Stewart. Technical Sergeant 
James A. Warren and Sergeant Frank Cronk are also members of the Department. 
Aside from the usual program, the Department conducted an Army Day exhibition, 
a Night Ride, a spring review, and a horse show last year. 

THE CADET OFFICERS FOR 1937 
Cadet Colonel 

Cadet 2nd Lieutenant David A. Peterson 

Cadet Majors 

Cadet 2nd Lieutenant Leroy F. Clark 

Cadet 2nd Lieutenant Anthony J. Nogelo 

Cadet Captains 

Cadet 2nd Lieutenant James F. Cutter 

Cadet 2nd Lieutenant Ernest K. Davis 

Cadet 2nd Lieutenant Albert J, Gricius 

Cadet 2nd Lieutenant Wendell E. Lapham 

Cadet 2nd Lieutenant Frederick W. Whittemore, Jr. 

Cadet Master Sergeant 

(Regimental Sergeant Mo|or) 

Cadet Sergeant Robert S. Lyons 

Cadet First Sergeants 

Cadet Sergeant Warren S. Baker, Jr. 

Cadet Sergeant Cyrus E. French 

Cadet Sergeant Richard W. Towie 

Cadet Sergeant Robert D. Buzzee 

Cadet Staff Sergeant 
Cadet Sergeant Robert K. Morrison 
Cadet Sergeant Herbert E. Brown 
Cadet Sergeant Richard R. Irving 
Cadet Sergeant Norman P Bloke 




MILITARY BALL COMMITTEE 



Breault, Lyons, Lapham, Ross, Couhig, Clark 



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MILITARY BALL 



Each year, under the guidance of the Mili- 
tary Majors, there is a Military Ball. It has 
been the custom for those Seniors and Juniors 
who major in Military to appear at the Ball 
attired in their uniforms; others in attendance 
come in -formal dress. 

This past year, the Ball was held on Friday 
evening, December 2, 1936. As a special in- 
novation an Honorary Colonel was chosen by 
the Military Majors and Miss Priscilla Brad- 
ford of the class of '37 was chosen. After 
an impressive and ceremonious Grand March, 
the ballots were cast, the winner chosen and 
the announcement and award presented by 
Colonel Aplington of the Military Dept. 

There was dancing from 9 to 2 A. M., to 
the rriusic of Felix Ferdinando and his Park 
Central Hotel Orchestra. Colonel and Mrs. 
Aplington, Major and Mrs. Conner, and 
Captain and Mrs. Stewart were the invited 
guests. Chaperones were Dean and Mrs. 
Machmer and Dr. and Mrs, Radcliffe. 




SENIOR MILITARY MAJORS 




Second Row: Whittemore, Holdsworth, Bruneau, talinski, Tjmer, Ross Lophom, Bieber, Peterson, Nogelo, Gricius 
Front Row; Borr, Clark, Ingalls, Landers, Breault, Wildner, Couhig, Avery, Moseley 



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MILITARY NIGHT RIDE 



On Friday evening, May 8, 1936, the nmtin annual nigint ride of the R. 0. T. C. 
was held. It was the first controlled night ride since 1931 when the custom was dis- 
carded for a modified night ride. In 1934-35 the pentathlon took the place of the 
night ride, but the reversion to the old night ride has proved to be decidedly popular 
among the cadets. 

Cadets 1st Lieutenants, Norvin C. Laubenstein of Moynard, riding Al Mann, 
and Horry A. Johnson of Northboro, riding Molly, tied for first place, each receiving 
-five penalties. Second place was taken by Cadet 1st Lieutenant Harold A. Midgely 
of Worcester, riding Heland, who had seven penalties, Cadet Major Calvin S. Hannum 
of Pittsfield was third and Cadet 1st Lieutenant Adolph E. Tikofski of Walpole was 
fourth. Fifth and sixth places went to Cadet 2nd Lieutenant Tanner and Cadet 
Captain Soulliere respectively. 

Starting at 7:30 p. m., the course of 18.2 miles was covered at the average rate 
of 5.2 miles per hour, taking about three and one half hours to complete the ride. 
Penalties were given 'for arriving too late or too early at various posts. 

The awards were presented on Tuesday, May 12, at the regimental review of 
the R. 0. T C. by Colonel Aplington. 



JUNIOR MILITARY MAJORS 






Second Row: Buzzee, Townsley, Irving, Lyons, Blake, Brown, Hooker, Elliott, McGowon, Carr, Morrison, 

Eaton, Brox, Linden, Clark 
Front Row: MacCurdy, Baker, Towie, Curtis, Riley, King, Beoumont, Allen, French, Czelusniak, Avery 



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HORSE SHOW 



The fifteenth annual horse show was held last spring on the equitation field south 
of the Physical Education Building. As usual a large crowd of interested spectators 
was present as the equestrians went through their paces in competition. 

Awards in the show were as follows: 

Nine classes were shown. 



Class 1. To be shown at walk, trot, and canter with both hands. 
First — Louis A. Breault, Jr. 

Class 2. R. 0. T. C. pair jumping. 

First — Royal K. Tanner and Alden Eaton 

Class 3. Saddle horse pairs for the Gage Cup. 

First — Miss Elizabeth T. Scace and James Clarke 

Class 4. Junior Cadet Balloon bursting. 
First — ^Arthur Avery. 

Class 5. Sophomore Cadet R, 0. T. C. horsemanship. 
First — Frank Sherman 

Class 6. Officers' Reserve Corps jumping. 
First — Lieutenant Robert Allen 

Class 7. Local saddle horse ■for the Mrs. N. D. Skillings trophy. 
First — Mrs. Marion Thompson 

Class 8. Coeds' horsemanship for the Thompson trophy. 
First — Miss Lillian Jackson 

Class 9. Children's novice saddle class. 
First — Joan Birnie 

Class 10. Senior cadet R. 0. T. C. jumping for trophy presented by 
President Hugh P. Baker. 
First — Harold Midgely. 



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OUTING CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President GORDON MOODY, '37 

Vice President LELAND HOOKER, '38 

Secretary CHARLES ELLIOT, '38 

Treasurer LEMUEL OSBORNE, JR., '37 



The Outing Club was established at Massachusetts State College in 1926 by o 
group of students who were anxious to benefit from the numerous opportunities for 
outdoor exercise afforded by the hills and woods that surround Amherst; from this 
early beginning has grown the present organization which conducts on organized 
program of hiking activities; holds regular monthly meetings ,at which -foresters, 
naturalists and travelers speak; and closes its yearly activities with a banquet. 

This past year the Outing Club sponsored one of the most successful Mountain 
Days ever held. The Club also assisted in the second annual Winter Carnival. 

The enjoyable Sunday hikes to Mount Toby, Mount Warner and Mount Sugarloaf 
have done much to please the old members as well as to attract new ones. 




Second Row: Willard, Cole, Bixby, Bloisdell, Phelps, Vittum 
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MATHEMATICS CLUB 



As usual the meetings of the Math club afforded real pleasure and enjoyment to those interested 
in Mathematics this past year. Students interested in the subject have found the meetings of the Club 
well worth attending, and informal discussion periods which close them "exciting". The members of 
the club hold forth every other Wednesday evening when reports are given by students. The subjects 
of these reports varied last year from discussion about war problems related to properties of the hyper- 
bola, to comments about relativity. The Club was founded six years ago through the efforts of 
Professor Moore who has token an active part in the club ond who has been instrumental in its success. 
In the post six years, over seventy reports have been presented by students. Meetings are open to 
everyone. 



THE FERNALD ENTOMOLOGICAL CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President ROBERT HOLDSWORTH 

Secretary THOMAS KELLEY 

The Fernald Entomological Club was founded at the Massachusetts Agricultural College, January 
14, 1925. It was named in honor of Dr. Henry T. Fernald, at that time head of the Department of 
Entomology and internationally known as an entomologist. 

The prime purpose of the club is to keep the students in touch with the most recent advances in 
Entomology, which is accomplished in 3 different ways — by speakers giving reviews of recent literature, 
by discussion of field problems and experiences among the students, and by talks delivered by prominent 
Entomologists who visit the College. The materials so presented ore supplementary to the required 
courses in Entomology. 

Under the auspices of the Club, prominent visiting entomologists often give informal talks. Some 
of these ore: N. Banks, J. Bequaert, E. P. Felt, J. P. Johnson, F. Silvestri, R. J, Tillyard, and Chenfu Wu. 



LANDSCAPE CLUB 



The Landscape Club is composed of those students who are majoring in the Department of Land- 
scape Architecture. Speakers prominent in the field of landscape architecture are the features of the 
monthly meetings of the club. Another prominent feature of the club's program is a dance which is 
held every spring. This affair is usually very well attended and is the outstanding social affair for 
Landscape Architecture majors. 



PRE-MED. CLUB 



Among the new clubs on campus last year was the Pre-Med. Club, which was formed by students 
contemplating a career in medicine. The purpose of the club is to acquaint students with the field of 
medicine, and to bring speakers to the compus. Mr. Warfel of the Zoology department is faculty 
advisor to the club. Officers of the club ore: Philip Chase, 38, president; John Talinski, 37, vice presi- 
dent; Julian H. Katzeff, 38, secretary and Robert Gage, 38, treasurer. 



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BACTERIOLOGY CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President HAROLD A. SLEEPER, '37 

Vice President JAMES J. DOBBY, 37 

Secretary-Treasurer ALICE BEVINGTON, 37 

The Bacteriology Club was organized in October, 1935, with a three-fold purpose; to bring the 
students in closer contact with the department, to acquoint them with present day activities in the field 
of Bacteriology by means of a series of speakers, and to give them a sense of their importance as o 
professional group. The wholehearted response of the students and the generous support of the foculty 
ore evidence that the club has come to take a permanent place in the department. 

Meetings are held every three weeks with speakers alternating between the campus and outside. 
Refreshments and a discussion group are enjoyed after the talk. 

Membership is open to seniors taking advanced bacteriology courses and also graduate students. 
Juniors are token in as associate members, becoming regular members in February if they continue in 
Bacteriology. 

HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President RUTH E. WOOD, 37 

Vice President MARION BECHER, 38 

Secretary ELIZABETH CLAPP, 39 

Treasurer LOUISA TOWNE, 38 

Social Chairman EDITH WHITMORE, 37 

Publicity PHYLLIS GLEASON, 39 

The purpose of the Home Economics Club is to develop a professional spirit omong the members, 
to keep up with current topics of the home economics world, to bring members in contact with larger 
home economics orgonizations, and to cultivate a friendship among the girls in this field. Meetings 
are held at the Homestead, and all home economics majors are active members. 

RADIO CLUB 



The purpose of the Radio Club ot Massachusetts State College is to acquaint its members with 
radio and communication work and to enable its members to become licensed amateur rodio operators. 
Meetings ore held on alternate Wednesday evenings in the Physics Building. During the past year 
several papers hove been presented by the members and demonstrations have also been prepared. 
Officers of the club for the post year have been Nelson Julian, president and Douglas Milne, secretary- 
treasurer. 

DAIRY CLUB 



The Doiry Club, founded in 1933, was established for the purpose of creating a stronger depart- 
ment of dairy science through closer student cooperation. The club holds meetings at regular intervals 
throughout the college year. Once each month a speaker addresses the club on chemistry, bacteriology, 
economics or other subjects related to dairy science. The organization has been instrumental in bringing 
students in contact with octive workers in the field of dairying. Meetings of tlie organization ore open 
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CHEMISTRY CLUB 



President ANTHONY P. FERRUCCI, '37 

Vice President WALTER C. MAYKO, 38 

Secretary AUSTIN W. FISHER, '37 

Treasurer MORRIS LERNER, '37 

Reporter GERTRUDE J. HADRO, '38 

The Chem Club of Massachusetts State College is composed of those students majoring in the 
department of chemistry and those who intend to make some branch of chemistry a closely related sub- 
ject to their life work. The aim of the club is to stimulate interest in chemistry as a profession and as 
a science, and to aid its members by every honorable means in the attainment of their ambitions as 
chemists. Further than that the club serves as on important bridge between the academic work and 
the use of chemistry in industry; the students obtain an insight into the ramifications of seemingly in- 
significant reactions in industrial processes. 

One of the outstanding activities of the club this year was the dedication of two trees in front 
of Goessmann Laboratory to Dr. Joseph S. Chamberlain and Dr. Joseph B. Lindsey, retired, in recognition 
of their services and devotion to the college and to the science of chemistry. 

Meetings ore held bi-monthly throughout the college year and include demonstrations, lectures, 
and reviews by the staff, students, and distinguished visitors. The roster of speakers for the year 
included Charles Wendell, Dr. Linus Jones, Ira Whitney, Leo Lipmon, Longdon Richards, Dr. Paul Serex, 
and Edward Doyle. 

MENORAH CLUB 



The Menorah Club is the organization of the Jewish students, on campus. It has for its purpose 
to "put its members in contact with all the romance and poignancy of Jewish traditions, with all the 
inquiring activity of modern Jewish effort, with all the science and art that is building the Jewish future," 

The club accomplishes its purpose by holding informal services at which sermons are given by 
invited speakers. At the regular meetings of the club, speakers are invited to talk on subjects of 
interest to Jewish students. The Menorah Club is a member of the Intercollegiate Jewish Conference 
of the Connecticut Valley, which held its annual meeting at Wesleyan last year. Officers of the club 
are Moses Entin '37, president; Ruth Blassberg, '37, vice president; and James S. Waldmon and Martha 
Kaplinsky, secretaries. 

AVIATION CLUB 



Among the newly formed clubs at Massachusetts State College last year was the Flying Club. 
The Club was organized in November by Thomas Hennessy with the purpose of furthering the interest 
in aviation on the campus, and to do some flying. The flying is made possible through the use of the 
plane owned by the Amherst College Flying Club. Members of the club are privileged to attend the 
ground school at La Fleur Airport once a month and here receive practical and theoretical training in 
flying. 

Officers of the club are Thomas Hennessy, president ond Robert Murphy, secretary. 

PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 



President DAVID A. PETERSON, '37 

Vice President DONALD K. TUCKER, '37 

Secretary PHYLLIS NELSON, '38 

Treasurer FRANKLYN D. BERRY, '37 

The purpose of the Psychology Club is to serve as an agency through which the students at Mass- 
achusetts State College may gather to discuss topics of psychological interest and to hear authoritative 
speakers on such topics. Membership is open to any student at the Massachusetts State College without 
obligation. The program for the year included Dr. Harry N. Click, who presented an hypnosis demon- 
stration; Dr. George McPherson of the Belchertown State School, who spoke on "Some Types and Causes 
of Mental Deficiency"; Dr. Margaret Curti, who spoke on "Child Psychology"; Clarence Hudgins, on 
the "Problems in Training the Deaf and Dumb"; and Dr. S. Rosenbliett, on "Veterans' Administration 
Facility". 



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WESLEY FOUNDATION 



The Wesley Foundation at Massachusetts State College is affiliated with a National organization 
of that name which was founded at the University of Illinois about twenty years ago and is sponsored 
by the Methodist Board of Educotion. The club was formed here two years ago. Its purpose is to further 
religious instruction of Methodist students through fireside discussions of religious, social and economic 
problems. Meetings are held at the home of Dr. Adrian Lindsey. Reverend Arthur Hopkinson, Jr., of the 
Wesley Methodist Church of Amherst, is odvisor to the club. 

Officers of the club are: James D. Lee, president; Matti Suomi, vice president; and Ethel Seal, 
secretary- treasurer. 



MUSIC RECORD CLUB 



Morking what is perhaps the beginning of a new era at Mossochusetts Stote College, was the 
organization of the Music Record Club last fall. The purpose of the club is to creote a lending library 
of records available to members. Any member of the college community is eligible to membership. 

The library of the club is being continually increased so that at present the club possesses a varied 
collection of classic, romantic and contemporary composers represented by instrumental as well as 
vocal works. 

The officers of the club are: Alexandre Gulben, president; Joseph Nowakowski, secretary-treasurer, 
v/ho comprise the executive committee together with Professor Coding. 



ANIMAL HUSBANDRY CLUB 



OFFICER 

President LEMUEL OSBORNE, '37 

The Animal Husbandry Club was established at Massachusetts State College as a professional 
organization for the purpose of bringing together students taking courses in Animal Husbandry. 
Economists, scientists and writers, os well as men in the practical field, oddress the organization from 
time to time, and an effort is made to strengthen the relationships between the college student and 
the research and practical worker in the fields of Animal Husbandry. Speakers for this year include 
P. D. Young, DeWitt C. Wing, Shaun Kelley, Clifford Cleavenger, R. H. Merritt, J. C. Cort and Quentin 
Reynolds. 



4-H CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President CHARLES E. ESHBACH, '37 

Vice President FORREST D. HARTIN, '37 

Secretary DOROTHY M. DECATUR, '39 

Treasurer NELSON NEWELL, '37 

Program Chairman PHYLLIS MacDONALD, '39 

The Massachusetts State College 4-H Club is made up of present and former 4-H club members 
and those interested in 4-H club work who are attending Massachusetts State College or the Stockbridge 
School of Agriculture, The organization has as its purpose the furthering of the spirit of 4-H club 
work and the provision of a means of organized activity for its members. 

Meetings ore held each month in the Farley 4-H Club House. In addition to the regular meetings 
during the post year the organization has hod several hikes, sponsored a Christmas sale, sent delegates 
to meetings of other college 4-H clubs at other New England colleges, sent a delegate to the annual 
conference of the Junior section of the American Country Life Conference held in Kalomozoo, Michigan. 
Members of the organization have appeared in several radio programs. 

The organization has affiliated with the Country Life Association. 

In April, the College 4-H Club sponsored the annual conference of the New England section of the 
American Country Life Association, at M. S. C. The conference is held each yeor at o different New 
England college. 



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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President- WARREN C. BRAY, 38 

Vice President BARBARA MILLER, 38 

Secretary KIRTLEY JUDD, 38 

Coming back into its own again tinis year was the International Relations Club re-formed last fall. 
The Club held regular meetings until several years ago when it was transformed into the History- 
Sociology Club. This year the change was again made back to Internationol Relations Club. 

The Club holds meetings once a month at which speakers discuss current events and international 
relations. Mr. Cary of the History-Sociology department is faculty advisor. 

NEWMAN CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President DAVID P. ROSSITER 

Vice President HELENA C. McMAHON 

Secretory-Treasurer ..; MARY P. O'CONNELL 

Publicity Secretary CHARLES E. ESHBACH, JR. 

The Newman Club of Massachusetts State College was founded in 1929 for the purpose of uniting 
all Catholic students of the college and of Stockbridge School of Agriculture in a common purpose — 
that of promoting their spiritual, intellectual, and social development. 

The Club is affiliated with the National Federation of College Catholic Clubs, and with the Student 
Religious Council on campus. In connection with these organizations, the Newman Club conducts its 
program; each year prominent Catholic clergymen and laymen are invited to address the club; annually 
a Newman lecture is given by some authority on the life and work of Cardinal Newman from whom 
the Club takes its name; twice each semester the members ossemble at a community breakfast at the 
parish hall. 

Delegates to the Student Religious Council: 
David P. Rossi ter 
Herbert Brown 
Constance C. Fortin 

CHRISTIAN FEDERATION 



The Christian Federation at Massachusetts State College is the organization uniting Protestant 
men and women students. It is on active branch of the New England Student Christian Movement. 

The purpose of the Christian Federation is to furnish students with the means of finding the sig- 
nificance of religion in the world, and of strengthening their lives through the spirit of God. 

The activities of the past year hove consisted of study groups under faculty direction, sending 
deputations to neighboring churches, and attendance at conferences. Officers of the federation are; 
Roy Wymon, president; Dorothy Koehler, secretory; and Philip Chose, treasurer. 



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THE WINTER CARNIVAL 

• 

The Winter Carnival was heralded on Wednesday, January sixth, by a Carnival 
Rally held at Bowker Auditorium. On the following Friday, the Carnival 'Pormally 
opened with c program of skating races, and figure and comic skating exhibitions. 
The tobogganing, ski-joring, and cross-country snowshoe race were not held because 
of a premature visitation of Spring which left the campus without snow. As a com- 
pensation for the morning's disappointment, the State swimmers triumphed over the 
United States Coast Guard Academy swimmers in a meet in which the Statesmen 
established many new records. This success was embellished in the evening by the 
victory of the basketball team against Norwich University. 

The same afternoon, a fashion show was held under the direction of Lois 
Macomber. Fall clothes, ski togs, evening wear and sports wear were shown by the 
models selected -for the occasion. In the evening, after the basketball game, the 
Carnival Ball, offering the music of Henry Bicgini and the novelty of a crystal shower, 
opened the social events of the week-end. During the intermission the Carnival 
Queen, Miss Marjorie Damon, '39, was chosen by a committee composed of off- 
campus judges. 

For Saturday morning many events had been scheduled: an Intercollegiate 
Skiing Meet at Bull Hill, New Hampshire, a hockey game between Amherst and 
State, figure skating and a snow shoe race; un-fortunately they were more than 
hampered by lack of snow. Boxing and wrestling matches held in the cage during 
the early afternoon, were followed directly by the "Ski Boot" informal dance. This 
unique addition to the Carnival provided that couples might remain in their outdoor 
attire, but added the admonition "thou shalt not wear hobnailed boots". 

In the evening Mulholland, the Magician, 
astounded a crowded audience of colle- 
giates with his feats of magic. After the 
entertainment the snowless Carnival of 
'37 was ushered out at the various frater- 
nity house parties and dances. 

The general chairman of the Head Com- 
mittee for the Carnival was Philip Layton, 
'37; officers of the committee were: Craw- 
ford Adams, vice chairman; Jessie Kins- 
man, secretary; Mitchell Jackson, treas- 
urer. There were four main committees: 
the general committee headed by Eleanor 
Stone; the Winter Sports committee head- 
ed by Sidney Kaufman; the Social commit- 
tee headed by David Rossiter; the Publicity 
committee under Louis Breault. 

WINTER CARNIVAL 
BALL COMMITTEE 

Second Row: Steff, Sievers, Pockard 
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THE COLLEGE RING 



For the first time in the history of Massachusetts State College a standard 
college ring has been established. The initiative was assumed by the class of 1937 
and a committee composed of six seniors was appointed. They were Anthony Fer- 
rucci, Jr., chairman, Wendell Lapham, Lucille Munroe, Edward Thacker, Austin 
Fisher, Jr., Harold Rogers. Other committee members were Eugene Gieringer, 38, 
Olive Norwood, '39 and Fletcher Prouty, '40, who represented the other classes. They 
undertook to establish an official ring in the fall of 1936. 

Several concerns submitted designs and bids. After careful examination and 
deliberation the design of the Robbins Company, of Attleboro, Massachusetts, was 
accepted. The design underwent several modifications before it was acceptable to 
the committee. The final form will be official for several years to come. 

The design is carried out in heavy bas-relief. It incorporates the chapel tower, 
the symbolic and familiar landmark of the campus, on one side and an adaptation 
of the college seal on the other. The ring is set with a synthetic ruby which best 
approximates the maroon of the college color. The class numerals are superimposed 
on open books on either side. 

In its entirety the ring is at once appropriate and symbolic. It expresses the 
durability and solidarity of Massachusetts State College. 




Second Row: Gieringer, Prouty, Miss Kinsman, Lapham, French 
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FINE ARTS COUNCIL 

• 

As an outgrowth of the informal concerts held last year, there was organized this 
year a Fine Arts Council whose purpose is to promote interest in all the fine arts, to 
correlate the work of the various departments, and to present a weekly program 
based on some form erf the fine arts. 

The members of the council ore; Professor F. A. Wough, chairman, Professors 
0. Clark, F. P. Rand, S. Coding, Mr. Carey, Librarian B. Wood, and Miss Skinner. 
This year's program has included lectures, demonstrations and concerts by the various 
members of the faculty as well as visiting professors and artists. This list includes; 
Harold Bauer, Ernst Wolff, Robert Francis, Professors Scott and Theobald erf Amherst 
College, Professor Stites of Antioch College, the Smith College String Trio, and the 
combined State and Amherst musical organizations. 

CHAPEL RENOVATIONS 

• 

The "old library", perhaps the most outstanding building on campus received 
much needed repairs this past year. For many years a landmark on the State College 
campus, the former chapel was converted into a class-room building. Repairs for 
the exterior as well as renovations for the interior were effected. A set erf chimes 
for the building have been donated to the college by Bernard H. Smith, '99, in memory 
of Dr. Warren Elmer Hinds, also of the class of '99. The gift consists of ten bells 
ranging in weight from 225 pounds to 1500 pounds. 

The building is to be used -for offices and class-rooms of the departments of 
Languages and Literature, and History. 

COMMUNITY CONCERT SERIES 

• 

Especially noteworthy this year in the realm of musical entertainment was the 
annuel Community Concert series in which four concerts were held at Massachusetts 
State College. The series opened with on appearance by Arthur Spalding, eminent 
American violinist, who held his aduience spellbound by his performance. Follow- 
ing Spalding came Jesus Maria Sanroma on January 19. Mr. Sanroma is the pianist 
with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and he too, delighted his appreciative audience. 

WOMEN'S ATHLETIC FIELD 

October of last fall saw the completion and dedication of the long-awaited 
women's athletic field situated in back of the physical education building. Long 
awaited, and for some time in the process of being constructed, the -field was finally 
completed at a cost of $35,000. 

Celebrating the completion of the field, was a dedication ceremony and program 
conducted by Mrs. Adeline E. Hicks, head of the Department of Physical Education 
for Women. The ceremony included several addresses and a pageant depicting in 
symbolic form the various stages in the construction of the rfield. 



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be a bit dreary without a good Radio, eh? You 
said it! No need to be without one — for the 
MUTUAL PLUMBING AND HEATING COM- 
PANY can equip you with R. C. A. or Phiico 
Radios — and there's none that excel them! 

They also have Fraternity House Equipment 
and are expert in plumbing and heating, either 
new work or repairs. Oil Burners, too! 

Of course you'll visit their store — soon! 



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Whether you purchase a three-cent stamp or 
five dollars worth of merchandise, you'll find 
the same pleasing courtesy at the Wellworth 
Pharmacy at all times. Eight well-trained clerks, 
including two registered men, waiting for your 
commands. 

Known as "the store with thousands of 
friends" — we know you'll remember WELL- 
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To browse around — among the books and 
things — that's a fine way to spend a half hour 
or more! And here's your chance! 

At Lowell's Bookshop you'll find a lending 
library, fountain pens, books new and standard, 
dictionaries, artists' materials, prints, playing 
cards, crepe paper, pottery, gifts, sheet music, 
note books of all kinds, student outlines and 
many other things desirable. 

You will visit LOWELL'S BOOKSHOP often, 
we are sure! 



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After the theater — or dance — that famous 
"college candy kitchen" . . . snappy restaurant 
. . . fountain service ... the finest candies . . . 
"atmosphere"! . . . reasonable prices. 

Let us remember the SARRIS BROTHERS! 



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There's ONE complete home furnishing store 
in Amherst — where Lower Prices prevail — and 
courtesy abounds. It's on Amity Street — yes, 
you guessed right, it is GRIGGS FURNITURE 
WAREHOUSE. Popular, pleasing, and open for 
your convenience until nine in the evening. 

You will need a chair, a couch, and possibly 
many other articles. Just remember GRIGGS 
— and save money! 



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"The LORD JEFFERY" 

The friendliness of your reception here will 
prove only the beginning of a pleasurable visit, 
for there is genuine interest in your welfare and 
a distinct charm in service and surroundings that 
will compel you to return at some future time. 

It's a "Treadwaylnn"—a fact that means 
much to those who "get about" — so you're 
assured that your stay is more than pleasant — 
whether you wish a lunch, dinner or are to 
remain in one of their delightful rooms. 

Geo. R. Jones, Resident Manager. 



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"In the center of things". Now, is that not 
just what college folks want! Well, that's the 
location of the Hotel Perry — a college inn in a 
college town. 

Features that you'll appreciate are the reas- 
onable rates which prevail here and the large, 
airy rooms. Remember HOTEL PERRY — boys 
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"At the end of the Village Green"— that's romantic, is it 
not? It's the slogan of a fine store that sells Furniture of all 
kinds— and they will gladly arrange terms for payment, if you 
wish. 

We speak of Douglass-Marsh — who sell for less — and who 
present such nationally famous lines as Maple Furniture by 
Whitney — Cushman — Heywood. Beds and bedding by Sim- 
mons — and Red Cross. Living room suites by Gardner Uphol- 
stering Co. Rugs by Bigelow — Sanford — Whittall. In fact, 
everything up-to-date and worthwhile. 

Be sure to visit DOUGLASS-MARSH! 



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Quality, Service. 

Two words thof describe the clothing and 
haberdashery one obtains at Eddie Switzer's. 
Complete stocks — excellent variety. 

Remember EDDIE SWITZER! 



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• For books you don't wont, but have to have 

• For books you do want but don't have to have 

• For books you have to hove and want 

• For pens and periodicals, gifts and gadgets 

• For stationery and an up-to-date circulating 

library 

JEPPERY AMHERST BOOKSHOP. Inc. 
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Own a car? If not, you had better buy one! 
And we suggest with all sincerity that you'll find 
Harold B. Ketchen at 11 East Pleasant Street, 
just the fellow for whom you are looking. He 
sells Ford automobiles — and services them. And 
he is "pledged to better service at lower cost." 
You can't beat that! 

He will service or repair any make of car — 
with understanding — with a charge that will 
please you. 

KETCHEN'S will be a popular place with 
you — give him a trial — that's all he asks! 



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You have to go to Convocation, but you visit 
the House of Walsh from choice. One visit and 
it will become a habit — because you'll find there, 
Hickey-Freeman suits. Burberry coats, Knox 
hats — and all the things so necessary in the 
life of a college man. 

Do not forget "THE HOUSE OF WALSH"! 



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Smart photo, eh! 

That's the kind of work you get at the 
Garber Studios in Springfield! Just note the 
detail and clarity of the photo above — and 
remember that this careful, skillful sort of work 
is what you obtain in portrait or any other 
photography, when you hove it done by Garber, 
who produced most of the photographs for the 
1937 Index. 

For photographs of any sort — remember the 
GARBER STUDIOS! 



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In these pleasant dining rooms you'll find 
home-cooked food — carefully served. Special 
Sunday dinners and suppers — Parties large or 
small — delightfully arranged. 

There are attractive rooms for parents and 
week-end guests — rates reasonable. 

Just remember MOUNT PLEASANT INN and 
Florence Munson Smith — Route 116 — tele- 
phone 440. 



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The publication of o year-book involves more work than most of you will ever 
realize, but no amount of work on the part of those concerned with editing an annual 
can successfully produce a good publication without assistance and helpful sugges- 
tions from persons who have had the long and necessary experience lacking in the 
ordinary student editor. 

The editor of the 1937 Index is especially indebted to MR. RUSSELL C. KNIGHT, 
formerly of Howard-Wesson Co., and to MR. C. ARTHUR NICHOLS and his son, 
PHILIP G. NICHOLS, of the Burbank Printing Co., for their wholehearted cooperation 
in the production of the book. 

The editor also wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the following: 

Mr. Saul E. Baidack of Garber Studios, Springfield. 

Howard-Wesson Co., of Worcester, Engravers 

Prof. Lawrence S. Dickinson of the Faculty. 

Prof. Maxwell H. Goldberg of the Faculty. 

And those students who so generously submitted candid camera shots to be 
used in the book. 

GEORGE S. ROZWENC, '38 
Editor-in-Chief 





PROF. L. S DICKINSON 
Financial Advisor 



PROF. MAXWELL H. GOLDBERG 
Literary Advisor 



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and then came the dawn. 




Both Pictures, Left to Right: 
Philip G. Nichols, C. A. Nichols, (Printers); George Rozwenc, 
Mitchell NeJame, 38; Russell C. Knight, (Engraver) 



This may appear to you, dear reader, as 
comedy. In truth, it was almost stark tragedy! 

Note that the clock says five minutes after 
ten in the first picture — while the bottom shot 
shows it was 2:35 A. M. 

That is what it means to "get out an annual"! 
And this was but ONE night, out of weeks of 
them! 

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JOINT COMMITTEE ON INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS 



Regulating intercollegiate athletics at M. S. C, and setting policies for the 
athletic program, is the duty of the Joint Committee on Intercollegiate Athletics. 
This body governs all matters of finance, fields, construction, and athletic policy. 

Among its several duties the Committee must approve of all intercollegiate 
athletic schedules, of all managerships, and of awards made for excellence in athletic 
competition. These are but a fev*^ of the matters considered each year by the 
Committee. 

The joint committee is composed of the following members: the student mana- 
gers of each of the recognized Varsity sports; two members of the faculty appointed 
by the President of the College; three alumni of the college; the Director of Athletics; 
the Dean of the College, and the President of the College ex-officio. 

President -.- WILLIAM MACHMER (Dean) 

Vice President THEOREN L. WARNER, '08 

Secretary EARLE S. CARPENTER, '24 

BOARD 

Willard A. Munson ,'05 Frederick McLaughlin, '11 

Robert D. Hawiey, '18 Curry S. Hicks 

Pres. Hugh P. Baker (Ex-officio) 

STUDENT MEMBERS 

Ira B. Whitney, '37 — Manager of Cross Country 

William F. Kewer, '37 — Manager of Football 

Richard B. Knowlton, '37 — Manager of Soccer 

Merrill S. Hobart, '37 — Manager of Swimming 

John Kabat, '37 — Manager of Basketball 

Phillip H. Shift, '37— Manager of Track 

Paul H. Rosberry, '37 — Manager of Hockey 

Norman Clark, '38 — Manager of Baseball 




Second Row: Kobat, Rosberry, Knowlton, Kewer, Koch, Shift 

Front Row: Sec'y Hawiey, Mr. Warner, Dean Mochmer, Prof. Hicks, Mr. Carpenter 



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THE INTERCLASS ATHLETIC BOARD 



OFFICERS 

Faculty member SIDNEY KAUFFMAN 

President AUSTIN W. FISHER, '37 

Vice President CARL SWANSON, '37 

Secretary VINCENT SCHMIDT, '39 



William Roberge, '38 
Carl Bokina, '38 



MEMBERS 



James H. King, '40 
James Payson, 40 



The Interclass Athletic Board is composed of eight members, two elected from 
each class. Its purpose is the promotion of interclass athletics and the awarding of 
class numerals and certificates to members of winning class teams in the various 
sports carried on. The officers of this year's board are: Austin Fisher, '37, president; 
Carl Swanson, '37, vice president; Vincent Schmidt, '39, secretary. Numerals and 
certificates have been awarded this year to sophomores in soccer, and to -freshmen in 
football, swimming, and cross-country. Hockey competition was impossible due to 
lack of ice. Other sports such as interclass tennis have been suggested and worked 
on, but interest seems to favor interfraternity sports and upperclassmen are difficult 
to organize for competition in interclass sports. 




Second Row: Payson, King 

Front Row: Swanson, Fisher, Schmidt 



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VARSITY FOOTBALL 



SUMMARY OF THE SEASON 

Score 

M. S. C. Opponents 

Oct. 3 Bowdoin at Brunswick, Maine.... 12 14 

" 10 Conn. State at Storrs, Conn 13 

" 17 R. I. State at M. S. C 13 8 

24 Worcester Tech at M, S. C 7 

" 31 Amherst Qt M. S. C 7 13 

Nov. 7 Coost Guard at New London 20 26 

" 14 R.P.I, at Troy 40 

" 21 Tufts at Medford 13 



COACH CARAWAY 



PERSONNEL 



Captain .. 
Manager 



DAVID P. ROSS ITER 
WILLIAM F. KEWER 



David P. Rossiter, '37 (M) 
Arthur C. Avery, 37 (M) 
Edwin G. Bernstein, '37 (M) 
Ernest K. Davis, '37 (M) 
Sabin P. Filipkowski, '37 (M) 
Austin W. Fisher, '37 (M) 
Hillel H. Freedman, '37 (M) 
Guy M. Grey, '37 (M) 
Albert J. Gricius, '37 (M) 
Forrest K, Hartin, '37 (M) 
Wendell E. Laphom, '37 (M) 
Walter B. Mosely, '37 (M) 
George E. O'Brien, '37 (M) 



THE TEAM 

Herbert E. Brown, '38 (M) 
William A. Bullock, '38 (M) 
Charles W. Collins, '38 (M) 
Edward W. Czelusnick, '38 (M) 
Russell J. Houck, '38 (M) 
Norman E. Linden, '38 (M) 
George Niden, '38 (M) 
Robert C. Perkins, '38 (M) 
Paul S. Putnam, '38 (M) 
William E. Roberge, '38 (M) 
Frederick J. Sievers, '38 (M) 
Richard W. Towie, '38 (M) 
Clifton W, Morey, '39 (M) 
Howard Steff, '39 



William Howe, '39 
James Savage, '38 
Frank Brox, '38 
Chester Conont, '37 
Leon Cone, '38 
Richard Lee, '39 
Franklin Southwick, '39 
Stanley Zelozo, '39 
Stanley Bettoney, '39 
Walter Zoichowski, '39 
Earl Blomberg, '38 
Stephen Silverman, '38 
Frank Slesinski, '38 




Fifth Row: Fay, Hartin, Bixby, Bettoney, Wo|tasiewicz, Zojchowski 

Fourth Row: Murphy, Fanning, Silverman, Slesinski, Conont, Steff, Katz, Zelozo 

Third Row: Morey, Putnam, Czelusniak, Brox, Howe, Hauck, Blomberg, Cowles, Wood, Packard 

Second Row: Brown, Bullock, Sievers, Collins, Linden, Roberge, Cone, Perkins, Niden, TowIe, Monoger Kewer 

Front Row: Friedman, Moseley, Lcphom, Filipkowski, Gricius, Rossiter, Gray, Davis, Fisher, O'Brien, Bernstein 



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THE SEASON 



Although the State football ledger showed a record of six defeats against only 
two victories for 1936, the Statesmen showed a fine spirit of fight and sportsmanship 
throughout the season. Coach Caraway, in his first season at State, had to rely 
entirely on junior backfield men and line reserves. 

Opening the season away from home, the Statesmen were edged out 14 — 12 by 
Bowdoin. The result was not discouraging, however, because State, trying out 23 
men, outplayed the Polar-bears the whole game, completing eight out of thirteen 
passes and constantly gaining through the line. 

On the following Saturday the Statesmen lost a tough game to Connecticut 
State 13 — 0. The line was greatly weakened due to the loss of Captain Rossiter at 
center and Fred Sievers, outstanding junior guard. During the second half we out- 
played the Nutmeggers but pass interceptions cost us the game. 

In the first home game of the season, the State team drove Rhode Island State 
all over the mud-soaked field to win 13 — 8. The team showed great power, with 
George Niden doing most of the ground gaining on simple off-tackle plays. 

On October 24, the Statesmen lost their first contest to W, P. I. since 1930 by 
a score of 7 — 0. Worcester presented one of their strongest teams in years which 
put across a touchdown early in the fourth period. State could not capitalize on 
the several scoring opportunities which it had. 

In the last home game of the season State lost the town championship to 
Amherst 13 — 7. State led 7 — at the half but could not maintain its lead. Amherst 
had a wealth of experienced backs, and a beautiful pass combination on which they 
scored both their touchdowns. The State line was weakened by the loss of Fred 
Sievers at his guard position. Towie, Niden, and Brown were outstanding in the 
State backfield. 

In their first contest against the Coast Guard Academy, on November 7, the 
Middies ran up a 19 — lead in the first half. In the second half, however. State 
made a strong comeback and ran up three touchdowns marked by strong running by 
Niden and Brown and a fine pass combine of TowIe and Lapham. The Statesmen 
were on their way to the winning tally when the gun brought the contest to a close. 

On the following Saturday the Carawaymen came back with a vengeance to sink 
the engineers from R. P. I. 40 — 0. The game was marked by the clicking of the 
State passing attack. "Brick" Savage, substitute bock, was high scorer with two 
touchdowns. 

The last game of the season saw the Statesmen lose 13 — to the Tufts' Jumboes 
before a crowd of 5,000. State played a hard, fine game, but Tufts capitalized on a 
fumble and a 76-yard touchdown run. 



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VARSITY SOCCER 
SUMMARY OF THE SEASON 

Score 







M. S. C. 


Opponents 


W P 1 at Worcester 




. 7 
. 2 


4 


Connecticut State at 


Storrs.. 


1 


Williams at Williomst 


own 


. 


3 


Yale at M. S^ C 




. 


2 


Tufts at Medford 




. 2 


1 


Amherst at M. S, C... 




. 2 





Trinity ot Hartford... 




. 2 





Wesleyan at M. S. C. 




. 


1 



COACH BRIGGS 

Captain . 
Manager 



PERSONNEL 

JOSEPH G. KENNEDY 

RICHARD B. KNOWLTON 



Joseph G. Kennedy, 37 (M) 
Raymond F. Conway, 37 (M) 
Laurence H. Kyle, 37 (M) 
Harvey G. Turner, Jr., 37 (M) 
Crawford W. Adams, 38 (M) 
Robert D, Buzzee, 38 (M) 
Henry V. Couper, 38 (M) 
Robert S. Feinberg, 38 (M) 



THE TEAM 

Samuel J. Golub, 38 (M) 
Donald Osley, 38 (M) 
Donald Silverman, 38 (M) 
George C. Benjamin, 39 (M) 
Robert S. Cain, 39 (M) 
Thomas G. Lyman, 39 (M) 
Stanley Podolak, 39 (M) 



Charles Rodda, 39 (M) 
Lawrence Johnson, 37 
Raymond Conway, 37 
William Avery, 38 
Richard Barton, 38 
Everett Roberts, 39 
John Parker, 39 
Milton Auerbach, 39 




Fifth Row: Barton, Johnson, Roberts, Giddings 

Fourth Row; Goldman, Gruner, Cole, Silverman, Wilson, Anderson 

Third Row: Auerbach, Avery, Osley, Couper, Roddo, Golub, Parker 

Second Row: Podolok, Lyman, Buzzee, Cain, Adams, Feinberg 

Front Row: Coach Briggs, Benjamin, Conway, Kennedy, Kyle, Turner, Manager 



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THE SEASON 



October 3 marked the opening of another successful Soccer Season. Under the 
tutelage of Coach Larry Briggs and the able leadership of Captain Joseph Kennedy 
the team emerged victorious in five of its eight games. 

On October 3 the team journeyed to Worcester where it conquered W. P. I. 
7 — 4. In this his first varsity contest, Bud Rodda an outstanding sophomore sensa- 
tion, scored three goals. 

The follovi/ing Saturday the team made it two straight by defeating Connnecticut 
State at Storrs 2 — 1 . 

At Williamstown the State team suffered its first defeat at the hands of the 
Ephmen 3 — on a slippery, mud-soaked -field. 

The second defeat came at the hands of the highly touted, well coordinated, 
fast-passing Yale team from New Haven. 

Journeying to Medford on October 24 the team again broke into the win column 
with a hard earned victory over a fighting Tufts team. State 2; Tufts 1 . 

A week later the team continued its splendid play and decisively beat the town 
rivals. The Statesmen dominated the play all afternoon with Don Osley as the 
important scoring factor, and. never relinquished the lead to Amherst. 

At Trinity, Bud Rodda and Don Osley gave State more than enough goals as their 
opponents failed to score and the score of this fifth victory was State 2; Trinity 0. 

The final gome on Alumni Field on November 13, was a heart-breaker as 
Wesleyan scored in the first minute; from that moment on the State team carried 
the attack to Wesleyan and completely dominated the play, but repeated thrusts 
were repulsed by a hard fighting Wesleyan team. At the end of eighty-eight 
minutes the score still remained 1 — 0. 



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Dec, 


17 




18 


Jan. 


9 


" 


1^ 


" 


16 


" 


20 




2i 


Feb. 


10 


" 


12 




13 




17 


" 


19 


" 


24 


Mar 


. 3 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 



SUMMARY OF THE SEASON 

Score 
M. S. C. Opponents 

Middlebury at M S. C 36 31 

M. I. T. at Boston 37 36 

Williams at Williomstown 50 41 

Connecticut State at M. S. C 37 41 

Amherst at M. S. C 24 42 

Wesleyan at M. S. C 36 55 

Boston University at M. S. C 47 31 

Rhode Island at Kingston 37 60 

Norwich at M. S. C 38 19 

Springfield at Springfield 35 40 

Amherst at Amherst 31 32 

Coost Guard at M S. C 41 32 

W. P. I. at M. S. C 45 43 

Tufts at Medford 42 31 



COACH FRIGARD 



PERSONNEL 

Manager JOHN KABAT 

Captain ISADORE BARR 



Isodore Barr, '37 (M) 
John E. McNally, 37 (M) 
John G. Bush, '38 (M) 
Cor! J. Bokina, '38 
Edward W. Czelusniak, '3E 



THE TEAM 

Paul S. Putnam, '38 
Frederick C. Riel, '38 
Robert Rustigian, '38 
Frederick J. Sievers, '3 
Frank A, Slesinski, '38 



John Bemben, '39 
Everett W. Eldridge, '39 
Francis J. Riel, '39 
Franklin W. Southwick, '39 
Stanley S. Zelozo, '39 (M) 







Second Row: Monoger Kobot, Eldridge, Putnam, Southwick, Bokina, Slesinski, Francis Reil, 

Rustigian, Coach Frigard 
Front Row: Zelazo, Sievers, Czelusniak, Barr, Frederick Reil, Bush, McNally 




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THE SEASON 



Bill Frigard's first M. S. C. outfit turned out to be a team that never gave up, 
and as a result had a fairly successful season, winning 8 and losing 6. It was, with 
the exception of the 1935-36 captain, Johnny Stewart, and the addition of a few 
sophomores, practically the same team which last year won but two games. 

Playing an unusually weak Middlebury team in the opening game of the season, 
M. S. C. started off on the right foot by winning 36 — 31, led by Captain "Lefty" Barr 
who tallied 16 points. 

In the second gome, played on M. I. T.'s home court, "Lefty" Barr again sank 
the winning margin, a foul shot with thirty seconds to go, making the score 37 — 36. 

Again on the road. State overwhelmed Williams by employing the "fast-break" 
to perfection. This time it was Fred Riel and Eddie Czelusniak, scoring 28 points 
between them, who gave us the third consecutive win, 50 — 41 . 

On January 14, in a hair-raising game played in the Physical Educational Build- 
ing, Conn. State, paced by 6- foot, 6-inch John Pringle who scored 21 points, eked out 
a 41 — 37 victory in the last few minutes despite the spectacular shooting of Czelus- 
niak and Fred Riel. 

Although the Statesmen led 13 — 9 for the first ten minutes of the first Amherst 
game, the latter, paced by Benny Meyers, proceeded to dominate the remainder of 
the game, winning 42 — 24. 

Wesleyan coming to Amherst undefeated, left with the same rating after pinning 
bock the collective ears of Frigard's men to the tune of a 53 to 36 victory. 

On the following Saturday, a supposedly star-studded Boston University aggrega- 
tion met a stunning defeat at the hands of Mass. State's fighting ou^fit, 47 — 31 . 

An exceedingly fast-breaking, well-conditioned, Rhode Island team overpowered 
our quintet, although at half-time the score was but 27 — ^25 in their favor. Coach 
Keaney's men, scoring in spurts of five baskets at a time, won 60 — 37. 

The Norwich game was a "walkaway" with Eddie Czelusniak alone getting 17 
tallies to 19 for the little army team. All the State substitutes had their chance as 
the gome ended 38 — 19. 

Playing Springfield at the Tech High School gym, in the city of homes. State 
fought hard, but a smoothly coordinating Springfield team managed to score a 40 — 35 
victory. 

Resuming the inter-town series, the Frigardmen led Amherst up to the last two 
minutes. The score at half-time, due to the shooting of the two Riels, Barr, and 
Czelusniak, was State 25 and Amherst 13. But with 13 minutes to play. Coach 
Jordan's outfit hit the comeback trail, and due to Schweizer's basket emerged 
victorious 32 — 31 . 

Coast Guard presented a surprisingly strong quintet, but succumbed to the 
Maroon and White, 41 — 32. 

The Worcester Tech gome was also close but Stan Zelazo, star sophomore guard, 
and high-scoring Freddie Riel, scoring 28 points between them played a huge part in 

our winning 45 — 43. 

The Tufts game, played in Medford, resulted in a victory for Mass. State, 42 — 31 . 

The season was featured throughout by the stellar shooting of Fred Riel and Ed 
Czelusniak, the passing of Captain Barr, the second half playing of Fran Riel and 
Zelazo, and above all, the steady playing throughout by Fred Sievers, defensive back- 
bone of the team. Coach Bill Frigard can look forward to a very good season as 
Captain Barr will be the only man graduating, while there are several good prospects 
coming up from this year's frosh team. 



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JOSEPH R, ROGERS 
Coach 



VARSITY SWIMMING 
SUMMARY OF THE SEASON 

Score 
M. S. C. Opponents 

Jan. 9 Wesleyan at M. S. C 53 24 

" 16 W, P. I. at Worcester 62 15 

Feb. 12 Coast Guard at M. S. C 52 25 

" 16 Trinity at M. S. C 44 33 

" 20 Williams at Williamstown 32 45 

" 25 Connecticut State at Storrs 55 22 

March 12-13, New England Intercollegiate. Third place. 
Twenty-five points. 



PERSONNEL 

Co-Captains WALTER J. HODDER, JAMES F. CUTTER 
Manager MERRILL S. HOBART 



James F. Cutter, '37 (M) 
Walter J. Hodder, '37 (M) 
Austin W. Fisher, Jr., '37 (M) 
Robert W. Thorndike, '37 (M) 
Donald F. Thurlow, '37 
Edwin A. Bieniek, '38 
Walter A. Green, '38 



THE TEAM 

William H. Morrison, Jr., '38 
Richard R. Irving, '38 (M) 
Seymour T. Jocobson, '38 (M) 
Dean L. Rounds, '38 (M) 
George S. Rozwenc, '38 (M) 
Wiliiom F. Welcker, '38 
Henry G. Andersen, '39 



Donald Calo, '39 (M) 
Herbert S. Howes, '39 (M) 
Tracy O. Page, '39 
George J. Spelman, '39 (M) 
Courtney Stetson, Jr., '39 
Morrill T. Vittum, '39 
Walter T. Wakefield, '39 




Third Row; Manager Hobart, Rozwenc, Page, Harrison, Green, Coach Rogers 

Second Row: Welcker, Howes, Spelman, Irving, Calo, Andersen 

Front Row: Jacobson, Fisher, Co-Captain Cutter, Co-Captain Hodder, Thorndike, Rounds 



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THE SEASON 



Under the capable leadership of Coach Joseph Rogers, the 1937 swimming team 
rounded out the most successful season in the natatorial history of the college. Not 
only did the team succeed in winning five out of the six meets on its schedule, but 
it set a series of records that made it famous throughout New England. The co- 
captains, Walter J. Hodder and James F. Cutter, guided the team, which bowed only 
to Williams, and accumulated an array of honors both during the season and later 
in the New England Intercollegiate competition. 

For the first time in its intercollegiate existence, the team defeated the power- 
ful Wesleyan swimmers and in its opening meet with them it not only succeeded in 
piling up the decisive score of 53 to 24, but it struck its record-breaking stride. The 
medley relay team, consisting of Rounds, Hodder, and Howes, established a new 
college record of 3: 15. 6; Co-captain Cutter established a pool and college record 
in the 440 yard free style; Rounds set up a new pool and college record in the 1 50 yard 
back stroke; Co-captain Hodder established a new college record in the 200 yard 
breast stroke. The swimming team was on its way. 

In their next meet the Statesmen utterly defeated the alma mater of Coach 
Rogers, Worcester Tech, by a score of 62 to 15. The outstanding features of the 
meet were the two pool records created by Co-captain Cutter in the 220 and 440 yard 
free style. The following meet with the United States Coast Guard Academy was 
as easily won, the score being 52 to 25; the relay team, composed of Rounds, Hodder, 
and Fisher, created a new college record; Co-captain Cutter established new pool 
and college records in the 220 and 440 yard free style events; Rounds wrote up a 
new pool and college record in the back stroke; Co-captain Hodder set up still another 
pool and college record in the breast stroke. 

Against Trinity, the State natators expected a hard battle, but the watery hand 
of fate was with them; although both teams were somewhat deleted by the sickness 
of members, the champs were the least effected; they tallied up a score of 44 to 33. 
Only two records were broken at the meet; the medley relay team of Rounds, Hodder, 
and Howes set up a college record; Co-captain Hodder established a new pool and 
college record in the 200 yard breast stroke. 

The one break in an otherwise undefeated season came when the Statesmen 
were defeated by the Williams swimmers after a hardy battle which carried the 
meet to the final relay. The opponents showed their superiority in the 50 and 100 
yard free style events, and the Statesmen could not overcome them in the final 400 
yard relay; the final score was 45 to 32 in favor of the Williams team. Only one 
record was written; Co-captain Hodder established a new pool and college record 
in the Williams pool. 

In its final meet with Connecticut State, the team displayed its usual auspicious 
success; the State swimmers triumphed over their opponents 49 to 19. The medley 
relay team of Rounds, Hodder, and Howes, established a pool record; Co-captain 
Cutter established a pool record in the 220 and a new college and pool record in 
the 440 yard free style. Co-captain Walter Hodder established a New England Inter- 
collegiate record in the 200 yard breast stroke. 

In the New England Intercollegiate swimming competition held at Bowdoin this 
year, the Mass. State team placed third. Co-captain, James F. Cutter was awarded 
a plaque as the Outstanding Competitor of the Season. Cutter placed first in the 
220 and 440 yard free style events; Co-captain Hodder placed first in the 200 yard 
breast stroke and in the 300 yard individual medley; the medley relay, swimming 
Rounds, Hodder and Fisher took a second place. 



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VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY 



SUMMARY OF THE SEASON 

Score 
M. S. C. Opponents 

Oct, 3 Springfield at M, S, C 15 40 

10 Northeastern at Boston 32 23 

" 17 M. I, T, at M.S. C 25 29 

" 24 W. P. I. at M, S, C 15 49 

" 31 Amherst at M. S. C 30 25 

Nov. 9 New England Intercollegiate at 
Boston. Tenth place. 

" 14 R. P. I. at Troy 32 25 

Low score wins. 

PERSONNEL 

Coach LLEWELLYN L. DERBY 

Manager IRA WHITNEY 



THE TEAM 



Lawrence K. Harris, '37 (M) 
Davis W, Beaumont, '38 (M) 
Ralph Ingram, '38 (M) 
Melvin T, Little, '38 (M) 



Mitchell F. NeJame, '38 (M) 
Henry J. Sampson, '37 (M) 
John M. Balcom, '39 
Donald S. Mayo, '39 



Laurence K. Pickard, '39 (M) 
Irvin D. Reade, Jr., '39 (M) 
Everett Roberts, '39 
Edward F. Stoddard, '39 




Second Row; Coach Derby, Rubcrls, Harris, Mayo, Stoddard, Balcom, Manager Whitney 
Front Row: Beaumont, Slater, Reade, Little, NeJame, Pickard 



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THE SEASON 



III" VMi'.ily iro'.'i country leairi bmh; I'vcn in m/ 'Iij<jI tni:r\\ wiili llii''i> wiir. 
nii'l iliM'i' losses, In i'he fourlh arirl final home slanH, however, wli'n t\f M'lii'', 
men Icr.l Id /^iiiIh'I',!, Ihey broke a six-yeor fiiml of no lobijes on iIk' lioin'' roiirse, 
Milchcll I l'-)'iiiii', I owcnce Pickard and \^n\\h liKjrrirn were oulsloii'linrj Ihrough- 
otjf the season 

Opening (jgrjinsl jiniii'jlM'M on (> tolni ', lln' lintncrs won lli'ir iwlMli 'on- 
^ccutive homo hfarl IG -JJ. Pickurd, NeJarne, Ingram oml IVohim'/hI Ii'-I Ioi lirsi 
|ilarc, and Slale jiisl missed a iinrferl srore of fiflr.'en wlmi I ilik wos iiom-I out (oi 

llllll |.l0'<' 

(Jn llii' lollowiii'i ','iliiidoy, llie '^kili.'SiiK.'n fell J] V Ij-'Ioh' I Ioi lli^'osU'in, 

led by "I Inwl- " /nm|Kii''lli, |iinior national lOOO-rneU't r Ii'iim|>ioii Pi'hiid ond 

NeJame lool- llni'l oiul (outlli (ilnres for Stolr'^ rinrj liir|ioiri, hill'' ond ';ri[n|(Son 
placed sevcnili, '-I'lhili ond imili, n'sper livly. 

Returning home, State nosed out M I I ,'(i-2'J. Pickard and I [••Uimr |ilo"'d 
first and second, Ingram and Little tud loi si/lh, and r<eade and lic(iiiiii(;iii liod f(ji 
t'lilh Against W, P. I,, State had a perfect score of 15 -49 when NeJame, Pick- 
oid, liKjram, Little and Sampson lied for first and Beoiimont and l^oadc took sixth 
and seventh places, 

l-ighfing all the way, Stnli' losi ilr lir.i liumu mcul in lilteen to Amlicrsl 
2'j 30. Pickard of State won iln- \n' c Imi ihe other State entries finished as 
follows: NeJarne, fifth; Inrjrnm, m.'IIi, IiIHi', eighth, nrirl Sampson, tenth. 

At the New liic|loiid liileic.(j||egiales '.;lal(j plo( ed lenlli onl (j| loiiil(jeii leonr,, 
(ind Pickard plo< ed M-leenili out of about one hundred runners, Ingram placed 
Iwenty-sevenlli In ilie IiihiI meet of the year State lost to R, P, I. ?3- -32. Pickard 
and Ingram lied loi serond, ond I lelome ond I itde hcd for ninlh 



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VARSITY HOCKEY 



SUMMARY OF THE SEASON 

Score 

M. S. C. Opponents 

Jon. 6 Union ot M. S, C 3 2 

9 Army at West Point 1 4 

" 11 M. 1. T. at M, S, C 2 1 

14 Northeostern at Boston 2 4 

" 20 Springfield at Springfield 14 5 

" 23 Middlebury at Middlebury 5 7 

LORIN BALL 
Coach 

PERSONNEL 

Coach LORIN BALL 

Captain ALLAN INGALLS 

Manager PAUL H. ROSBERRY 



Allan S. Ingalls, '37 (M) 
David P. Rossiter, '37 (M) 
William V. Johnson, '37 (M) 
William A. Bullock, '38 (M) 



THE TEAM 

John Lavrakas, '38 (M) 
Norman E. Linden, '38 (M) 
David E. Mildrom, '38 (M) 



George Niden, '38 (M) 
Richard W. Towie, '38 (M) 
Clifton W. Morey, '39 (M) 
Donald S. Mayo, '39 (M) 




Third Row: Coach Ball, Rosberry, Prof. Hicks 

Second Row; H. Johnson, Gove, Moorehead, Lavrakas, Feinburg, Bullock, Morey 

Front Row: Moyo, Niden, TowIe, Ingalls, Rossiter, W. Johnson, Linden 



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THE SEASON 



The varsity hockey team broke even this season with three wins and three 
losses in a schedule on which three contests were cancelled due to lock of ice. 

Opening immediately after recess on the college pond against Union, the States- 
men won 3 — 2 on two goals by Bill Johnson and one by Towle. Due to lack of practice. 
State team ploy was weak but the nets were capably guarded by Captain Al Ingolls 
and sophomore Cliff Morey. 

Stacking up against a fast team at West Point on the following Saturday, Don 
Mayo, spare wing, made the only State tally as we went down 4 — 1. On Monday, 
however. State edged out a strong M. I. T. team 2 — I. Once again Bill Johnson 
scored both tallies, but the fine defensive work of Ingalls, Rossiter and Towle kept 
the oft-shooting Engineers from again scoring. 

Traveling to Boston, the Statesmen went down before a well practiced North- 
eastern sextet 4 — 2. Niden scored unassisted for State in the second minute of play, 
but the Terriers came back with four before Towle made the final tally of the contest. 

Playing an unscheduled contest against Springfield College's newly formed 
hockey team, the Statesmen had a scoring day winning easily 14 — 5. In the last 
game of the season the Statesmen ran into hard luck, losing a close decision to 
Middlebury 7 — 5. The Maroon was without the services of Dave Ro.ssiter. Johnson 
was high scorer with two goals and two assists. 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION BUILDING 



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LLEWELLYN L. DERBY 
Coach 



Co-Captains 
Manager 



VARSITY SPRING TRACK OF 1936 
SUMMARY OF THE SEASON 

M.S.C. Opponents 

221/3 

48 
51 1/2 

83 1/2 

Eastern Intercollegiate Meet. Fifth place; 14 1/3 points. 
New England Intercollegiate Meet. Tied 14th place; 3/11 
points. 

PERSONNEL 

WILLARD R. GILLETTE 

RICHARD T. KENNETT 
IRA WHITNEY 



Union 




103 2/3 


Trinity 




78 


Tufts 




61 1/2 


W. P. 1. 




52 


Connecti 


cut State 


51 1/2 



Roger E. Allen, '36 
Philip B. Miner, '36 
Howard C. Porker, '36 
John Sturtevant, '36 
Arthur C. Avery, '37 
Alfred W. Basamania, '37 
Robert E. Couhig, '37 
James Dobby, '37 
Norman W. Grant, '37 
Guy M. Gray, Jr., '37 



THE TEAM 

Wendell E. Lapham, '37 
William A. Leighton, Jr., '37 
Edward J. Thacker, '37 
Donald F. Thurlow, '37 
Frederick W. Whittemore, '37 
Philip D. Layton, '37 
Crawford W. Adams, '38 
Robert S. Feinburg, '38 
George H. Guenard, '38 
Philip H. Haskins, '38 



Ralph Ingram, '38 
Melvin T. Little, '38 
Donald S. McGowan, ' 
Mitchell F. NeJame, ' 
William C. Riley, '38 
William E. Roberge, ' 
Frederick J. Sievers, ' 
Frank A. Slesinski, '3. 
George E. O'Brien, '3E 
Donald L. Silverman, 









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Fourth Row: NeJome, Little, Coach Derby, Sievers, McGowan 

Third Row: Feinburg, Silverman, Haskins, Alcorn, Guenard 

Second Row; Dobby, Thacker, Whittemore, Couhig, Lapham, Leighton 

Front Row; Murphy, Greenwood, Co-Copt. Kennett, Co-Copt. Gillette, Parker, Allen 



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VARSITY WINTER TRACK 



SUMMARY OF THE SEASON 

Score 
M. S. C. Opponents 

Jan. 30 K. of C. Meet at Boston Third Place 

Feb. 13 B. A. A. Meet at Boston Third Place 

" 18 Connecticut State at M. S. C 36 45 

" 27 Tufts and W. P. I. at M. S. C 47 1/2 40 22 1/2 

Mar. 13 Wesleyan at Middletown 42 5/12 70 7/12 



PERSONNEL 

Captain EDWARD J. THACKER 

Manager PHILIP SCHIFF 



Edward J. Thacker, '37 (M) 
Robert E. Couhig, '37 
James Dobby, '37 (M) 
Guy M. Gray, Jr., '37 
Elmer W. Hollowell, '37 
Wendell E. Lapham, '37 (M) 
William A. Leighton, Jr., '37 
George E. O'Brien, '37 
Frederick W. Whittemore, '37 
Arthur C. Avery, '38 



THE TEAM 

Walter A. Green, '38 (M) 
Robert S. Feinburg, '38 (M) 
George H. Guenord, '38 (M) 
Ralph Ingram, '38 
Melvin T. Little, '38 
Donald S. McGowan, '38 
Mitchell F. NeJame, '38 
William C. Riley, '38 
William E. Roberge, '38 
Frederick J. Sievers, '38 



Richard W. Towie, '38 
Floyd W. Townsley, '38 
Alexander Alexion, '39 
Robert E, Coin, '39 
Charles W. Griffin, '39 
Frank C. Healy, '39 
Stephen M. Jablonski, '39 
Clifton W. Morey, '39 
John J. Murphy, '39 
Laurence K. Pickard, '39 




Fourth Row: Manager Shiff, Coach Derby 

Third Row; Healy, Jablonski, Feinburg, Sievers, Ingram, Roberge, TowIe, Townsley 
Second Row: Little, Griffin, Riley, Green, Pickard, NeJame, Guenard, Leighton, Coin 
Front Row: Hollowell, Couhig, Lapham, Captain Thacker, O'Brien, Avery, Dobby 



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VARSITY BASEBALL 



SUMMARY OF THE SEASON 

Score 
M. S. C. Opponents 

April 18 Williams at Williamstown Cancelled 

" 20 Connecticut State at Storrs 5 13 

" 23 Norwich at M, S. C 3 6 

" 25 Connecticut State at M. S. C 5 12 

" 29 Holy Cross at Worcester 16 

May 2 Worcester Tech at M. S. C 13 1 

" 6 Trinity ot Hartford 2 4 

" 9 Wesleyan at Middletown 1 1 

13 Amherst at Amherst 8 9 

" 16 Tufts at Medford 3 14 

" 23 University of N. H, at M. S. C. 7 10 

" 27 Springfield at M. S. C 4 7 

" 30 Union at Schenectady 6 5 

June 6 Amherst at M. S. C 3 8 



PERSONNEL 

Captain EDWARD J. SOULLIERE, 36 

Manager HENRY F. KOCH, '36 

Coach ELBERT F. CARAWAY 

THE TEAM 

Edward J. Soulliere, '36 (M) Robert B. Peckom, '37 (M) William Johnson, '37 

Daniel A, Bolovich, '36 (M) Norman L, Sheffield. '37 (M) Norman Linden, '38 

Randolph C. Barrows, '36 (M) Richard W. Towie, 38 (M) Herbert Brown, '38 

Harold A. Midgley, '36 (M) Norman P. Bloke, '38 (M) Samuel Townsley, '38 

Richard T. Peckhom, '36 (M) Carl J. Bokino, '38 (M) Charles Collins, '38 

Adolph E. Tikofski, '36 (M) John G, Bush, '38 (M) Henry Couper, '38 

Isadore Barr, '37 (M) John Lovrokas, '38 (M) Russell Hauck, '38 

Allan S. Ingalls, '37 (M) Robert S. Lyons, '38 (M) Ralph Ingram, '38 
Frederick C. Riel, '38 (M) 




Fourth Row Fred Riel, TowIe 

Third Row: Bush, Hauck, Silverman, Bloke, Lyons, Townsley, Brown 

Second Row: Manager Koch, Barr, Davis, Mildram, Bokino, Lovrokas, Sheffield, Coach Corowoy 

Front Row: Tikofski, Richard Peckhom, Balavich, Soulliere, Midgley, Robert Peckhom, Ingalls 



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THE SEASON 



The 1936 baseball team entered its fourteen-game schedule under a new coach, 
Eb Caraway, who had but recently arrived to take the place of Mel Taube, the for- 
mer coach. The team spent a rather troublous season, but though its prowess was 
vacillating, and its success but intermittent, it showed an outstanding spirit, a per- 
sistance that atoned -for its failures. 

The Statesmen were to open their schedule with an off-campus game at Wil- 
liamstown, but their game with the Williams' players was "rained out" as Coach 
Caraway put it. So with a plentiful battery and c group of veteran infielders, they 
opened their first actual game against Connecticut State. It was an inauspicious 
beginning; their opponents defeated them, after a hard battle, by the score of 13 to 
4. The feature of the gome for the team was Ed Soulliere's home run in the first 
few innings of the game. 

Next on their list of games came three within a week; it was a heavy order for 
the team to stand against. In the first game against Norwich, held at Alumni 
Field, the team scored their first victory and showed for the first time its possibilities, 
winning the game by a score of 6 to 3. But in the games which followed, it was to 
relapse again to defeat; in its return game with Connecticut State it suffered de- 
feat to the tune of 12 to 5 because of errors and poor field work. In the third game 
of the week the Statesmen went to Worcester to meet Holy Cross. Unexpectedly, the 
team agreed to elect a captain before making the trip; at a meeting of the 
executive committee of the athletic board, Ed Soulliere, left fielder, was elected by a 
special ballot to fill the captaincy which had purposely been left vacant on the 
preceding spnng. In the game with Holy Cross the team played good ball, but when 
they clamped down on their opponents in the fifth inning it was too late to save the 
game and they were defeated by a score of 16 to 0. 

In a burst of recovery, the team triumphed over the Worcester Tech players 
with a score of 13 to I; the Statesmen tightened up on their fielding and showed 
exceptional batting power in this game. Against Trinity the players battled stal- 
wortly, but were set back with a score of 4 to 2. Again at Wesleyan the team 
showed its fight; only rain, which came on in the ninth inning, prevented the States- 
men from breaking the tie score of 1 to 1 . 

In its first contest with Amherst, the team experienced its most severe disap- 
pointment of the season; it lead the neighbonng team with a score of 8 to 7, until 
the Amherst boys put on a late revival and batted up the score two more points in 
their favor to bring the final tally 9 to 8 in favor of Amherst. With their morale 
broken, the players went to meet Tufts and be defeated by the score of 14 to 3. 
The team went on to fight futilely against the University of New Hampshire and be 
defeated 10 to 7; again it met defeat at Springfield with a score of 7 to 4. Before 
going to its last game, it revived and won a game against Union College, turning 
up a score of 6 to 5. In the final game of the season the Statesmen fought valiantly 
but unsuccessfully against the superior pitching and playing of the Amherst team; 
the score was 8 to 3. 



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THE WOMEN'S RIFLE TEAM 



Manager -. 

Alma Boyden, '37 
Justine Marten, '37 
Emily Healey, '37 
Frances Merrill, '39 



Elizabeth Howe, 



... MARY BREINIG 
Joan Sanella, '39 
Dorothy Rourke, '40 
Pnscilla Archibald, '40 
Roma Levy, '40 



Matches were fired with the following colleges: 
Indiana University 
Carnegie Institute of Technology 
Kansas State College 
Pennsylvania State College 
University of Washington 
University of Kansas 
University of California 
University of Nevada 
University of Wichita 
Drexel Institute 
Rhode Island State College 

THE WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



The Women's Athletic Association was founded on the campus early in the 
spring of 1925, for the purpose of providing athletic.recreation -for the women students. 
Its function is to regulate the women's athletic activities; and it provides oppor- 
tunities for all, as all the women students automatically become members. The 
Association is divided into clubs, one for each sport; with the clubs the contests 
are regulated and awards made. The Women's Athletic Association awards keys 
to the girls outstanding in the separate sports. The Executive Committee of the 
Association is made up of the managers of the different clubs, who cooperate in pre- 
senting an attractive recreation program to the students. 




Third Row: Misses Faliey, Breinig, Connor, Whitmore, Rothbone, Julian 
Second Row: Misses Nelson, McMohon, Gleoson, Parks, Jenkins 



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INTRAMURAL ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES 



Intramural activities were recently introduced on the campus under the leader- 
ship of Mr. Sidney Kouffmon, of the Physical Education department. The purpose 
of the activities is to help all students acquire favorable attitudes toward recrea- 
tional sports, to educate the students concerning the outcomes of participation in 
the different types erf sports so that they may select wisely and according to their 
needs, and to encourage all students to acquire regular habits of athletic recreation. 
As only c small percentage of the students constitutes the varsity squad in any one 
sport, the opportunity for the less skilled student to get into competitive athletics can 
only be mode possible through intramural athletics. The intramural athletics ore 
also of social importance; they bring together, in a friendly spirit of rivalry, students 
■from all branches of the college. Participation in intramurals gives a better appre- 
ciation of varsity contests and awakens interest in them. The program of intra- 
murals is presented for the purpose of supplying every pupil with enjoyable physical 
recreation. No man is fully educated who has not learned to play, to compete, to 
keep himself physically healthy. It is the purpose of intramural athletics to help 
teach this important division of education. 

In interfraternity sports all teams are placed in divisions which play round 
robin schedules. All active members and pledges with proper standings ore eligible 
for competition with the exception of varsity players. Leadership in the different 
sports brings cumulative points to a fraternity; to the fraternity which accumu- 
lates the greatest number of points, certain points are given towards the interfra- 
ternity cup. But the number of men which a fraternity has placed on the various 
athletic teams also enters into this scoring. 

For the year 1935-1936, Kappa Sigma won the interfraternity athletic compe- 
tition by acquiring 430 points, and winning two first places. Alpha Epsilon Pi 
scored a close second by accumulating 414 points; the next five •fraternities were 
separated by a mere thirty points. Competition included meets in touch football, 
soccer, basketball, volley ball and baseball. The champion in touch football was 
Alpha Epsilon Pi which scored a total of 108 points, 30 points more than any other 
fraternity. Kappa Sigma took the honors in soccer, leading the field by more than 
30 points, and it also won the volley ball contest by a large margin. Lambda Chi 
Alpha won the basketball tourney by a large lead. Theta Chi won the baseball 
championship by a margin of 50 points, and Sigma Phi Epsilon contributed the 
largest number of varsity men. 

Towards the winning of 1936-1937 athletic supremacy, Sigma Phi Epsilon has 
already won the basketball tourney with a majority of 95 points, while Kappa Sigma 
has triumphed in the soccer -finals, and Theta Chi is victorious in the touch football 
finals, both winning by an accumulation of 120 points. 



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LABORER— POST-MORTEM 



Not the black earth that pressed, 

but the silence pressing in 

through the white pine sides; 

a coffin 

is such a narrow world. . . 

death 

is such a short word. . . 

he braced 
and went through 
from the black earth, 
from the silence 
to a field of flowers, 
ebony, red, and the purple 
of sunrise, and there were angels; 



this, said the angel, 
is a flower, observe it, 
the stamens open to life, 
the thin orongelust of the petals, 
the black earth feeding 

the hungry stalk; 

beauty that was never 

in my world, he said, I remember 

only the machines 

grinding their metalsong 

into me .... he sighed; 

tomorrow, said the angel, 
we shall study 
grass. 

By: SIDNEY ROSEN, 1939. 




HORTICULTURE SHOW 



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