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Sixteen lettermen uere among the thirty-odd varsity soccer candidates who reported for drill early in September. This group was to become in the words of Coach Eli Marsh, "one of the two or three best teams ever to play for Amherst." Wlitli their first undefeated season since 1942, the Amherst squad turned in an imposing ts-If-I record while copping the Little Three Crown for the third straight year as well as winning the coveted title of New England Champions. llowie Burnett at center for' ward, star and captain of last year's freshman team, did an able iob of filling All'American Ben Stoltzfus' shoes while yetv erans Kell Smith, Paul Griffiths, -lohn Heehe, and Wfoody Crowther completed the forward line. The "three horsemen," Fred llollister, Whit Spaulding, and Don Dunbar, returned to continue their imposing halfhack play while Tom Wlyman and May Hamill proved invaluable at the fullback slots. Captain Don Nesbitt guarded the nets for his fourth consecutive year, having played every game while here at Amherst. This was the starting team that held the University of Connec- ticut to a 1-I tie in a preseason exhibition game. Paul Griffiths on a neat pass from Burnett scored for the ,leffmen early in the first period. Late in the half, UConn registered to put the score at f-I. Here it stayed throughout a rugged and tense second half. Tom Wfyman and Max Hamill played brilliantly at full- back in holding last year's national champions to a deadlock. AMHERST 4 - M.I.T. I M.l.T. fell to the Amherst eleven in the Purple's first official game of the season 4-l. Sophomore Howie Burnett was the sole scoring punch, accounting for all four of the goals. One of these came on a pass from Crowther, one on a penalty shot and the other two by his own aggressive and clever play. The Sabrina team showed drive and teamwork in their opener by continually pushing deep into the engineers territory. This was accom- plished largely through the offensive efficiency of the halfback line with john Martin replacing the injured Fred Hollister, The M.l.T. squad showed occasional spark but failed to score until the final period, W Jltiiitiiler ll.-LXIPSON, txiptiitii NESBITT, tfettclv MARSH AMHERST 2 - HARVARD O The ,leffs shut out Ilarvard in their second game. Both jeff goals carrie in the first period, Griffiths tallied from inside right on a penalty center by Don Dunbar and a few minutes later Hank Eisner headed a corner kick from the other outside, johnny Heebe, for the final score of the game. The struggle became almost exclusively defensive after this with deep drives by each team. Captain Nesbitt and Max Hamill continually kept the Crimson team from paydirt while the forward line could not seem to press deeply enough through the Harvard defense to score again. AMHERST 4 - SWEDISH-AMERICAN 2 The Amherst hooters played a second exhibition game, this time against the Swedish-American team, a semi-professional club from Worcester. Both teams played a deliberate passing game but Crowther, Smith, Kane, and lrvin proved more effi- cient near the goalmouth and each scored for the Sabrinas with the final count 4-2. - v . ..h:. - sm Page Ninetyssix was in it -1" 91 F'-1 .4 FIRST Roxy fllollrsfei, Xrrrrflr liuflu, tfrtrtrrmrr Krrotelforr Ytwlrrff tlfripf I, ferorwflier trrrflrflis bprtrrlrlrrrrr, lirrrrlirir, Nrtliolxorr Sr-nowri Row' flirrlerstrrr, Brrrrreff, Dertlrrrrrllcr, Fcrrmhl, trrutlrter lfourr, lleelte. TI'viiririr, flltrrfrrr. Fevrrtritrlti. Fttrrririirr, lltorrill, flrrtrrr Trrrkri Row- fllrlrsli tfforrtlrl. Crump, lirorvrt, titty. Nrtlrosorr, flltliler, ,flfreootl trreerrty llellu Netvtrorl tTrtrrtrtrt, Roslin tflswf fforrtlrt, 'Htrrrrpsorr tflltrtrrirltrt Lerrrcr t.lsst .Tlrtrrrrtleri AMHERST 3 - WESLEYAN 2 Homecoming weeksend marked the triumph of Arrrherst over Wlesleyan. Strong winds rrrade hall handling cliflictrlt as the Cardinals lost all hope of a Little Three title. ,lohn .XIar'trn, standout of the game, powered a high drive from his halfhatk post past the visitors' sophomore goalie for the initial tally. Later rn the period he passed to Kell Smith who glanced one off the post into the nets, while Griffiths scored on another pass from Nfartin late in the first half to give the ,lefls a three point margin. The Cardinals pushed one past Captain Neslaiff in the second period, hut the .-Xmherst eleven clung fer their lead throughout the last half, having the winning margin cut to one hy a penalty shot. AMHERST 7 - TUFTS I After ten minutes of defensive play at Tufts, the .-Xmherst squad netted seven goals in three stanzas to the home team's one. llighescoring Burnett drove two in the nets while forward Smith flashed an equal numher from inside left. Dunhar, Ander- son, and Crowther accounted for one apiece against a dis- organized Tufts eleven. AMHERST I - U. OF MASS. I The jeff' machine, however, failed to click when it met the University of Massachusetts, a team which has been a nemesis for the jeff hooters for the past two years. Despite a statistical advantage of corner kicks and shots, the only Amherst score came when Burnett iarred the hall from the goalie's hands in the third period to tie the game at I-I. But Cunn, the opposing goalie, was the day's standout with 23 saves, w Irrle the Ll, of XI. tool-Q hut one shot in the final fiftyefotrr minutes of play. Despite two overtime periods, the -lefls still could not stem to -'ct tht necessary scoring ptmch AMHERST 5 - TRINITY I 5 Trinity tell next to the trnheaten .Nmherst eleven hy a score of '--I l'ltrr'nett scored on a penalty shot early rn the frrst stanza Kell Smith then laoostetl the score hy heating the goalie to the post to close Ilie Pr3l'lIvcl. lillrrieft COlTlIl1Llk'd Io IWIWIYC lllx- worth throughout the game hy scoring twice more, once on a solo drirc and again during a wild melee in front of the visitors' goal XX oody i.rowther angled a shot from his wing position rn . ' r the thrrtl quarter to cap 1 fmt showin- of aggr 'essive and tricky teamwork hy the Sahrina hooters. This, one tif their finest games lil the rear, saw the unheaten .Xmlrersr eleven elevated to the top of the New lfngland Intercollegiate Soccer League, a positron which they never lost. AMHERST I - WILLIAMS 0 A rather tense .-Xml rersf eleven faced a frretl Fph team rn the long standing rivalry at Wlilliamstown with the Little Three title hrnglng on the outcome. Both teams played hard-ruslrrng hall in the seessaw hattle with great coordination and aggressive- rress displayed on hotlr sides. The lone marker came on a penalty kick hy llowie Burnett in a hectic first period. lion N'SSlWiII with the ever reliable help of .Xlax llamill and Tom XYyman thwarted several potential XY'illiams' scores as the tempo quickenetl right tip to the closing gun. lhrtle fNlrrrefv-serterr FRESHMA FOOTB LL liitltci sl lll7l7OllL'lllS ll Trinity U tt XY'esleyan 26 ll Nichols 38 li XY'illiams lti The Amherst freshman team of ILP-W operated with one ol the smallest squads seen at this college in years. Coach ,loe Rogers used a "TH directed by quarterback Hob Dehlendorf. The pea-green losing streak, which had extended back to 19411, was broken when the Amherst freshmen tied Trinity in their opening game of the season. Though the visitors from Hartford could seemingly do little with the strong Amherst line, the game nevertheless ended in a U-tl tie. Against Xvesleyan the Sabrina team scored their lone touchdown ot the season, though they lost the game, Zo-tw. ichols jr, College later took the toll ot the letfs, 38-O. Though the frosh opened this encounter with two key men out of action, it is doubtful whether anything could have stopped the spirited Nichols squad that displayed the finest passlng N attack the frosh were to face all season. In their final game the Amherst freshmen met a NVilliams aggregation, deep in reserves, at Hitchcock Field. The Sabrina line held well, with Captain Sandy Choate doing a good iob of titifiliuii Cl IOATE, tiuitth ROGERS, mid Illmmger HINRICHS fortitying the guard position, but the more experienced Ephmen proved too much lor the small Jett squad. Midway in the second period a blocked punt resulted in two points for the Ephmen. A tew minutes later a XVilliams drive netted seven points when the visitors recovered their own fumble in the Amherst end zone. Tom Lockie's long runback of the following kickoff went for naught. XY'illiams' linal tally came in the third period, culminat- ing another sustained march. Despite their losing record, the freshman team this year has produced a number of strong contenders for the 1950 varsity. Choate and ,lack Boehm should strengthen the center of the Amherst line, Tackles Connolly and Rounds, halfbacks Catlett and Ostrander, fullback Lockie, end Mahler and quarterback Dehlendorl will all make strong bids for varsity berths next vear. Firtsr Row: Holland, Lea, Comfort, Ctiinmllv, Clitmte tffttptii, Boehm, Rounds, filtzliler, Ostvtxiitier. Sscorsto Row: Zllcplmil, Clark, Taft, Catlett, Delilentiorl, Loci-tie, 'li'litte, Colin fit, Qerrv, THIRD Rovvg Tllxtcbell, ffizlrrziztigu, Colin 131, Schmitt, Seleulu, Smith, fl-lexitrncli, Rulitcam, FOURTH Row: Rutlers tCtmchi, Slmutxs tLTrt1tm'rJ, Qarrtson, Stunts, 1ToHt'n, lJeCttmI1s, Rttlmrdson talsst. Cottclit. vnu? l I P41110 Nltlelvwitlltl rue lu FIRST Row' Caiiy, 'l1'00tlcuv.l-', Tlllfltilllltlfl, Chifmmii, 'li'inteiev, Paint' Sinzuii, Dresser, lohiistvii ilftlfill SECOND Row' cally. Suvres. Sutlieilmiii, Slvilpiro, ,-llietmi, Rollilieitl, elirimri, Hull, 'lI'iiisIoit'. 'THIRD Row FRE HMA CROSS COU TRY liiilwi sl Uiiiioiieiils 39 Middlebury 23 IH Xkesleyan 42 47 lDeerlield li 38 Little Three Xll'illiams 3-t XVesleyan -W Lumley tCot1cht, Tiiriiliiirke, Sclileichei, Caswell, Btlillmloiiit-iii, Feiituii, jenleiiis, tiovlititv, Ttzniier, .-Illt-ri FRESHMAN SOCCER Coach Steve Rostas directed the freshman soccer team to Little Three honors for the third successive year. The squad took form after thirty prospects turned out for practice, and 'the early predictions of a potentially powerful team proved correct. ln the opener against Xlffilliston Academy, the -letf yearlings took advantage of their strong otlense and won 2-tl, both goals being placed by center forward Asch Eames, Against the University of Massachusetts the frosh, while remaining unscored upon, racked up three tallies with Eames turning the "hat trick." Cn October 29 these same hooters stopped a strong Wesleyan 'bid for a notch on the Little Three Crown by a 2-0 score, The goals were by Edmonds and Spen- cer and the jelis' unscored-upon status was kept intact with a sen- imply 'll'vclnicl, liittitiiaii, E sational save by goalie Charlie Strait in the linal period. flloro, flleslcei, Strait, Limit The freshman cross-country squad linished its season with one win and two losses, taking a second in the Little Three meet. Trained hy student coach Charles Turneburke, the squad man- aged to win only one dual meet. Amherst completely dominated the contest over Wesleyan, placing seven men in the lirst ten. Al johnson placed tirst, and Bill Sayres second. ,lohnson finished the season with three lirsts in as many starts to submit a promis- ing record lor tuture varsity competition. However, the squad did not have the balance in the subsequent places to come through tor the wins. Reporting for the Little Three meet in November, the fresh- man squad seemed to be a good prospect for the Little Three championship by virtue of their decisive victory over Wlesleyan earlier in the year, but the XVilliams harriers proved too much tor the ,letls and took the meet by four points. Amherst iinished second, in front ot X'v'esleyan, again by a comfortable margin. FIRST Row' Qiotnlwiii, 5iiiiioii.i's .Ntwt'iitt'i Shines itfitlvt i, lliill, 'll'ect, Fiiitit-vet, SECOND Row' SEITNHIVI- mms Iitltit, 'll't'tim'i, Hiiilcimll, Kittliel, lllil, THIRD Row Resins tCotichl, sl-with Loiiii, fllxiiiioe, FOURTH Row: Dillon, Bassett, Shelton, 'Ti't1IIiizgford. ln the linal game against W'il- t - '15 - . . A. .. ey liams, the Amherst lrosh clinched ' f - -all .. .-.Z . . , "S .-P".,"4::,:1--f - ' ' ' ,. "Q" the coveted title by their 2-l vic- i..,' """ .md 'lm fmt Pdynni ' tory. Spencer and Xvallingtord ac- st m ri mm .-,,,, - . , . "' - L' " '-' . .- .ig bi. 'Kei counted lor the Little ,leti markers. 3 'nt gig. ' at The XVilliams victory marked the 4. .. 'wt ' 1... .-4' . . f .4--1 me as s seventh straight win for Jeri year- gi ' A Q' ling booters, This '53 aggregation will Ht neatly into the future plans ol Coach .X'larsh's championship varsity. ,-Zuilversl Oppoiieiiis 2 XY'illiston 3 U. of Mass. U 2 Wfesleyan 2 XVilliams lltttlt' Niiielv-iiiiit Riek XY'ilsiin in his second season at the helm of the ,letis court tortiines had eight returning letternien and ten sophomores turn out lor practice in Noveinher, Captained hy Roh Chamher- lain last year! high scorer, the squad faced a tough sixteen- game schedule including the Big Green, Boston Llniversitv, Yale and Arinv as well as the remainder of the Potted lvv Circuit. Despite pre-seasoii prospects however, the hot-and-cold chili tailed to turn in a .5110 season hy dropping nine of their sixteen encounters Dartmouth 62-Amherst 46 The liartmoutli live got oti to a quick start at Hanover in the ,leflk lirst appearance lay holding the latter scoreless for the tirst eight minutes iii play, Rowe and Fields were hig men in giving the Green a quick ten point lead that was never seriously Chal- lenged, The l'lanoverians held the douhle-pivoting Aniherst at- tack tn ill points in the whole lirst hall while sinking 34. Une oi the few hriglit spots in the game was Bennetts work oil the hoards, Amherst 36-Coast Guard 32 With the exception oi Captain Roh Chamberlain, Coach Rick Xlfilson started an all-soplimiiore live in the Purples second en- counter against Coast Guard at New London. The contest was a defensive hattle most oi the wav, with hoth clubs laattling under the laackhoards Derv Bennett was high scorer with IU points. Boston University 66-Amherst Sl The Boston Llniversitv Terriers came from laehind in the sec- ond halt to whip the Amherst quintet on-ii, ln the first halt the N965 ,lei T Yi tfiiaeli lin is XY'ii.sox, Captain Hoi: Ciivxiiai iu..xiw, and Manager Him l'.iiRk ,letis iumped out to an early lead and held it through the com- hined efforts of Hawkins, who led the evening with I4 tallies, and some line rehounding done hy ,lay Ceraglitv and Dery Ben- nett. Sopliomore Ken Xli"riglit put the -leiis ahead at the seven- teen minute mark hy a score of 25-I5 hut from there on, how- ever, B. Ll. hegan to lind the range, closed the gap, and after the halt romped ahead. Amherst 74-W.P.I. 67 Rapid tire, turn-about scoring and lack of any comfortable margin characterized the play at Wbrcester on january 7th with guard Ken W'right sinking twenty points for the Purple. Tech Prine Oiit'7'liiiiiiiet1 i l:lRN'l Row- lliiinclf, Ritlieitiilcev, lileiiii, ticiiiillily Clitiiiilveilttiii tiiitpfl , Ntwlwilf, Hiiwliiiis, lfwiiietf, 'll'iitthf, Siittoxii Row etla tfiiiiiievi "l1'ilso:i tfiutitlil l'lIiittet', Scliiislei, Cluifnvi, Fisliev fl1lt.'llllV4.'Y, lliitilley, Fif:liiilvitl-', Pail: tflltiiititlcil, Keller l,lss f iltii 1 'llt1vf:ell fpluf 'Vin 1 scored heavily in the first quarter but a flurry of baskets by the jeff quintet captured the lead at 2-1--Qll at the whistle, The engi- neers hacked away at the jeff margin during the third quarter. With ten minutes left the home team pulled ahead and XY'right's four quick baskets clinched the game with time running out Amherst 64-St. Michaels 52 Ahead 31-28 at halftime, the Sabrinas put on a tremendous surge in the first five minutes of the second half. lt was a rough- and-tumble brawl all the way, with both teams eschewing any set offensive pattern. Seven of the -leff baskets came as a result of their quick break and many more were tallied on the follow- ups. XX"right sparked the victory with 19 points while Don Nesbitt was outstanding on the backboards, University of New Hampshire 53-Amherst 5l ln a thrilling game at Pratt cage, New Hampshire edged the ,leffs in the final thirty seconds of play. The Vllildcats sprouted to an early 11-3 margin but the shooting of Chamberlain and Hawkins evened things up so that the New Hampshire quintet left the floor at halftime ahead, 3-1-31. The Sabrinas hir a scor- ing famine for ten minutes in the final quarter before Wlright broke the iinx tying the count at 49--19. Conversions on both sides tied things at 51-51 but Center Haubrich tapped-in for the XVildcats in the final seconds to thwart the home team. Utica College 57-Amherst 47 The Sabrinas dropped their second straight to a lightly-re- garcled Utica five at Pratt Cage in their poorest exhibition of the year. Two quick push shots by Captain Bob Chamberlain and a tap-in by C-eraghty kept the Purple in control until the six min- ute mark when the visitors shot to a 33-21 margin at the half. Rick XVilson emptied the bench in the second half to try to find a winning combination but luck was against the ,lerfs while Utica continued In display the Midas touch, Yale 69-Amherst 5I Amherst played its best ball against the Bulldogs in the first eight minutes of play at the Payne-XY'hitney Gymnasium. The score zoomed to fo-ff in favor of the Purple due to the effective shooting of Chamberlain, llawkins and W'right but thereafter the ,leff quintet hit a scoreless six minutes. The Elis closed the gap and after building a five point lead minutes before the half, drew steadily away. Burnett stood out for his work on the boards while Wlright and Hawkins tossed in 11 points each, Amherst 49-Army 44 The Amherst five proved to some doubting ,leff rooters that stepping into the "big time" is not always disastrous for a small college. The ,leff's 3200 field goal average combined with deadly foul shooting was largely responsible for the victory. W'ith 13 points apiece, Xyright and Chamberlain paced the Lord ,leffs while Hawkins tossed in ffl. The -leffs were calm in the hectic closing minutes of the game when the Cadets threatened to wrest away the lead. XX'ith four minutes to go, the Knights tied the score at 40-all but their defense cracked as Chamberlain netted three quick field goals. Amherst 46-Union 39 The Varsity quintet defeated Union in a dubious battle on home ground, The ,leffs showed little form in the contest while Union proved iittery under pressure, The margin of victory lay Ttitle One fkltimireti One in the free throw column where the Purple was superior. The Sabrina first quarter lead was cut early in the second due to sloppy ball-handling. Amherst capitalized on the furious back- and-forth pace that had been established earlier when they later overhauled the Llnion lead of 31-27, Hawkins and Chamberlain totaled 12 and 10 points respectively. Williams 63-Amherst 44 A sbarpshooting XY'illiams outfit bounced the favored jeffs in Laselle C-ym Paced by big Harry Sbeehy, the Eph men were "up", Their ability to improvise against the Amherst defense proved unbeatable The ,leffs stayed even throughout most of the first half largely as a result of the shooting of Chamberlain. XY'illiams continued its deadly shooting in the second half and gradually pulled away beyond recapture. Trinity 59-Amherst 57 The quintet pulled itself together and showed some effective ball playing before being edged out at Hartford. Captain Bob Chamberlain sparked the Purple attack by sinking 21 while Hawkins contributed 15. with a fast break working well, the ,leffs held a 32-3U lead at halftime but the tall Trinity quintet began to click and pushed the Hilltoppers into a -fi-3'f lead with ten minutes left Amherst 7 I -Wesleya n 53 .Xmherst ran away from Wesleyan on February iSth in Pratt Cage when they engaged in their second Little Three encounter, .-Xlihough the triumyirate til Hawkins, Wi-iglit and Chamberlain was yery much in evidence, two new men took over the scoring duties, sophomores Xlagee and Fisher. The visitors iumped off to an early lead ol l-f-N at the ten mintite mark and widened the margin to i9-lf before Fisher and the suddenly "dead-eyed" .Nlagee brought the ,leffs back into contention with a rush and saw them assume a never-relinquislied lead. Tufts 7 6-Amherst 66 took on the hard-fighting Purple team. The game started off with a flurry of scoring on both sides until the ,leffs cooled off and the .lumbos gained the lead which they held throughout, Tufts' center Goodwin basketed 26 points and was largely responsible for the victors -fl-28 halftime bulge. Sophomores again played a dominant role in the gatne, from the Amherst point of view, along with Hawkins. lt was Captain Chamberlain however, who paced the jeff attack with 21 points and who was the spark be- hind the ,leffs futile last-minute surge. Amherst 59-Wesleya n 46 XY.-XXIF for the first time broadcast a basketball game when the Cardinals played host to the hleffs. A loose style of play dom- inated the first twenty minutes of play. The home forces were nursing a 23-22 edge at the intermission, But in the second half llill Chapin! one-hander from the outside, Howie Burnett's charity toss and a goal by Vfright then put the Sabrinas out front to stay. Although the game had been nip-and-tuck up to this time, the Purple and White was never in danger again and concentrated on rolling up its closing advantage, Williams 46-Amherst 43 With a chance for tying for first place Little Three honors, the Cagers met a determined Eph five at home on March -lth, Trail- ing 27-iff, in the opening minutes of the second half, the ,leffs staged a furious rally to wipe out the invaders margin A long set shot by Hawkins, a rebound dunked by Nesbitt and Captain Chamberlain's foul shot set the stage for Ken XY'right's seven- point splurge that tied things at 31-all. Thereafter the teams traded baskets right down to the final minutes. .-Xmherst was enioying a three-point bulge until the Eph center, Sheehy, netted a rebound and laid-up to put the visitors ahead. Chamberlain followed by' dunking a charity' toss to tie the contest at 43-43, going into the final minute, lt was Sheehy again who turned the tide for XY'illiams by dumping one through the cords followed by a win-clinching charity toss and from there on the Sabrinas were unable to break up the Eph freezing tactics and get into scoring position The triumvirate of Chamberlain, Vfright and Hawkins ended the season with the first two having stink fifi points Ranked 24th in the nation among small college teams Tufts apiece followed by llawkins with IFF. Page Une 7-limiireil Tivo 4 .A ,Q 1 K The squash team under the aegis of Coach Frank Gillespie won six out of nine meets this vear. Captained by Tom Owens, .he team took the Little Three crown and contended in the National Intercollegiates in March. Despite the score of S-1, the meet at Harvard was a closely- xontended one. Ted Greene was the sole .le-if to win his match against the powerful Crimson squad. The hrst win of the season was scored when Amhersts racquet- men travelled to M. l. T. to subdue the engineers S-1. At Wiest Point the Vleils, after copping the first four matches, had to wait for Bob Steketee to turn in his win hetore the meet was clinched tivefto-four. At Yale, Smith defeated the Eli's Kingsley in a fourfto-one match. Owens, the only other ,letl winner, edged out his oppo- nent hut it was Yale's day as they went ahead for a seven-to-two win. This set-hack along with a loss to Princeton hy the score oi three-toesix tinished out the ,letls losses for the season. On the llilltoppers courts, the visitors trom Amherst took over bv trouncing the Trinity men eight-to-one. XY'eslc-van was the ,letis next victim by a nine-to-nothing count. On March 4, the ,leil squad, playing on the Eph courts, came from hehind to take Little Three honors froin the XYilliams con- tenders by a tive-four score. With the ,letls trailing tour-to-two, Balmos and Danton won their matches and the visitors drew even at tour-all. Boh Steketees numher nine match with Kent was the deciding factor, ahead elevensiour in the fourth game, Steketee Fins-r Row- Dtiiituii. Stal-'t'!t'C, Pierson, Coluiti, efisfeiit Srcoxp Row Ltttis -fi . 5 Q . V,-.xx h Q 0 tiillrsfut' tffoiitl-t flltiitivi Siiiitli, ltttlnms, Qtutiiigi Sitting Otmiis eased his game and Kent went on to win it at 17-14, Then Steketee, with his crisp fore-hand stroke coming hack into prom- inence, pulled the match out of the hre with a 15-I3 victory in the tina! game. The higgest event of the season was the National Intercollegi- ate Tournament helcl in the Davenport Courts. Top-seeded Billy Smith was eliminated in the third round hy Hugh Scott of Princeton. Later in that round Ted Damon and Tom Owens were also eliminated. The tournament was finally won hy Ted Hands of Yale. Outstanding individual records were Billy Smith with eight wins and one ltass and Captain Tom Owens who totaled siX wins and three losses. .liiilwtsl tipptitit-tits t Harvard S S Ni. l. T. I Q kkiest Point 4 I Yale 7 3 Princeton fi S Trinity I fi llartinouili 3 it Xteslevan ll a XYilliams 4 tfftifii t, iiitidci t, t , , -1 .. A , A "' s 1 X it -W . 1,5 Witt Q" f 'T .A 1 . e' 'ii E t ' 4- 4 i c et S. " , ' .gf L, 'C' J?-X K r ' .. 'pf' 1 5- V i ' . 1 V , vo, , . - 3-A -. 5 s . 1. V. I ' . a :sf .1 2: R P 'ss' ' 1 " ' ,, :'??2:i2-EF ' i X, 5 X Y' E' 13 s ei .. ' i ' f ' " ,fi ' ' -i ,.,.. , , I ., --V Q b W it 1 I H Q, " i ' , if ,. e . . - Q f -. e T W ' - i ' f- - 'xx 4--X 1? ' ,V ' is gf V . I L-W ., t - X .- . 1,-X Page One 7-lundred Three L- -f-- D ---- wma haptain lsr iiii, Luaeli .Xftltts and Manager .Nfw Ytxitiit lhe Amherst wrestling team, coached hy ,lee Xfaras, had a successful seasiin, liising only tww meets hy cliise scores and tying une l-Sith Nfinter in the hrst three meets and llill Hartman during few days later the Sahrinas recorded five pins as they Ove whelmed Hcistiin University, 28-N. r. .Xmherst continued in the winning column with a 23-S triumph river X1 I T as ltirllslf put the finishing touches to a twenty-one match winning streftli hy pinning his man, Coast Guard admin' istered the ,letls first defeat hy a score ot 17-fp, In the first Little Three contest Amherst aggressiveness and ciintlitii,ining paid nfl as the Cardinals fell hy a 2-1--1 ciiunt. l lartma n started the scoring hy pinning his man while Tatt lleehe, lliiiyer llewey and Keith decisicined their upputients, The seasi,in's final dual meet saw XY'illiams retain their Little Three title, defeating the .lefls 11--12. ln the clesest match ofthe afterniiiin Keith iiutp-,tinted XY'illiams' Callaghan, S-T, This decif siiin and a pin ht lieehe were the iginlv lefl victiwries, In the Xew Englands Amherst tied with Springfield for second place hehind XYilhams. Taft, Keith, and Moose McGrath reached the final in their weight divisiivns and McGrath emerged as N li l. heavvweiuht champiiin the latter half of the seasiin held down the 121 pound slot. l"'llL"Nl Charley Taft was the regular starter at 128 pounds and ,luhn Beehe cumpeted at IRM, Paul lloyer and Huh Dewey' did must of the work at 1-fi and fia piiunds respectively, Captain Sandy' Keith, last year's NE l, champien at ftwi piiunds, was undefeated in dual ciimpetitiiin. The team lost the services of ,lim Roush at 175 mid-wav in the season hecause of his graduation, hut Greg .NlcGrath stepped into the pust and did an ahle itih. His hrother, .Xfrinse Nfctlrath, again wrestled unlimited The first meet with Hriiwn, ended in a 12-12 deadliick hut a llltsl Kiiw tfiwil ulssf fittittlw Keeler if rl .-lixitfur ,-lliltifs if initliv Nfttiifie iTr.zivit'if, Fmtxflit' Vliiiifrfeii -,. -, A f fa ws ifiniiu, Huvtv 'Hu Rr.t.lx' ,Tlttiiufli ,dit-Xiilfflillil ill tlppoiieiifs 12 llriiwti 12 28 lliistiin l.lnix'ersitt' S 23 X1 l,T S 111 Ciiast Guard 17 24 Xtesleyan 4 211 Tufts ti 12 XY'illiams flu New England lntercullegiates- .Xmherst, second place tie, Kcifli R ff , illltlllell vu--Q i ttfilfif r, l7eu'L'Y, BCi.'ltc Tuff, Keeler Tll. S, SECOND ROW: ,Tlttivizflr T 'lf' tQTleiiiiiislii1ii', Roush, Lerner 1.-Isnt flfilr an j ww ., ,- 1, ...nt Q.. Page One 2Hlf1liil'c'tl Four Led by Coach Tug Kennedy, the swimming team completed its most successful post-war season hy winning seven out of its ten dual meets and placing fourth in the N.E.l.s. The jefls heat the University of Connecticut taking seven of nine firstsy then edged out ,Xl.l.T, hy winning the final relay. ln their third contest the team heat XY'.P.l,, 44-Tl. Captain Steven- son highlighted the afternoon hy breaking the Nfl 4-lll record. The following weekend Stevenson shattered the college 4-lil record as the Purple inerinen defeated Nlcllill, the Canadian champions, Tug Kennetlys men suffered their first defeat when they played host to LaSalle, The visitors, hoasting fotir .-Xll-Amer, icans, smashed two pool records The Explorer medley relay team set a new mark while the 220-yard hreaststroke standard was lowered I3 seconds by the vaunted joe Yerdeur. By conquering Trinity the Sahrinas registered their fifth vic- tory. Stevenson was a douhle winner again while sophomore Merc Tate took the 50 and llllf yard sprints. Wesleyan fell hy a 52723 score in the first Little Three contest. Stevenson and Tate were once more douhle winners while Paul Ceithner was out- standing in the hreaststroke. The Purple and Xlifhite triumphed over Tufts, 53-22, The next day they traveled to Brunswick only to fall hefore a powerful Bowdoin team, The final dual meet with Xvilliams saw the favored Eph swim- mers take the day by a narrow victory in the free-style relay, The jeff' medley team of Xvasie, George Hiller and john Keydel set a new college mark and Hugh Wfells and Vifasie followed up with record-breaking performances in the diving and hackstroke respectively. The Amherst entries finished fourth in the N.El.s. Stevenson hroke his own college 440 record while XY'ells took third place in the diving. anager lliiii lliwitixs, Coach Tut, Kixxiiiv, and Captain llvvi Sli viii vos liiilicisl Upfioiigyifs Vw Ll. of Connecticut ffl 39 .Nl,l.T, 31, -l-f Wflfl. QU 45 Xlcfjill 311 '20 Lasalle 4h 42 Trinity 32 52 XY'eslc-yan 23 53 Tufts 22 33 BOXvtl1'ilI'1 42 35 Xvilliams ll! FIRST Row" Sftuilmil, Hull, Tate, Hiller, Sfetiensoii lffttlif l, Keyilcl 'll'i1sit' Stliliziiiyt-ii, tieifliiiei Coiiiuif Srriovo Row Tuul.-iii l,lss l flliii i, Kitiiiicr, fHcr:oi1, lituim, Hililulrfl, Elton, Tcriioii, ,Keeiicy Tfmliev Keniituly tfitnitlii, 'lliiiliiiiiri N'eit'poit ifiiiiiieil, Liu 'Hufil-'iris f,.lliHlt1t1e'Yf, 'X 93 1 l l i 3 . -, V y. .,, .. ,X . , , ., ., 1 ,- N . In ,, I - 4, :U te, Y . ,Q 1 ' tv? if ' Tfii35i' : l: ' it i sis- - .. p 34, , .,..4 Page One 7-liiiidrcii ,Fire Hn Tlx c culluge by Edmund C Cmxur-Q in lxmxmvry uf lm lnmlwn' WIT, is ummmllx' LligI1I.lL'Ll and Illlptrxllly U Cullvclxu ,X1L'll14,lI'iJ! l.ilw1mx uns built tllllll thc sum gmxuxl mw H. C11IlX'CI'9C YJ. Thu NIIUCILIVC, xxhiclm um dodiualud m i- l,-vnmnpluuwl an Wil' ilu' .Xlumm K.x'l11nnN1um um l7Ll1ll.l1IL'I' xuiux wt Nludum .md nlumm .lgllfllnrll ,Xu Nllltylll pmt -ff um' wt ilu- wr MIIIUIIL plamx in mln- wunlxy, it wrlmmu mln- Kings mlm llflwlmlwrr Xlv11w1'1nl 5fILIJ-.II 4.'1LlIlx ,md l'rn1l IMHI JH MY lmyll HNL"I1YH1lx Illlnlklvnli ITIL' ln its opening meet of the season at the Knights of Columbus games in the Boston C-arden, the Amherst relay team, composed ot Charlie -lackson, Dick Wolfe, Bill Neill and Bill Scott, finished third. XVilliams, winning in a time of 3:31,-f, was first, the Llni- versity of Connecticut, second, and XY"esleyan rounded out the field in fourth place. The ,lefl team was handicapped from the opening gun, when the lead-off man tripped and fell ofl the track, putting the Amherst team about sixty yards behind. The remaining members of the quartet made up forty yards to finish only twenty yards behind Wlilliams. ln these same games, Ted llager pole vaulted twelve feet to finish in the upper half of a tough field. ln a five-team field at the Millrose games in New York, the ,leffs placed fottrth. As in the previous meet Wesleytan was the only team to fall below the ,lefT's time. Wheaton College finished first with a time of 31295, while the Amherst time was 3:32.5. Returning to the Boston Carden for its final meet in the Boston A.A. meet, the Sabrina team finished second by the margin of ff S second. The winning time for R,P.l, was 31331, Running in the last four hundred and forty yards, Dick Xlllolfe moved the team tip from third to second and managed to catch the runner from R.l',l. but could not pass him. Neill and XX'olfe will he the tw o returning men for next yearfs relay team. E L A Y tlil f,dltlfltltlL'Yl, ffililis. lntlcsott, olfr, Staff. Liiiiilm' tffotttlii. -s. I DOOR TRACK lutvi Row' folilt, l3it'ison, Heller, Neill, Sntioxn Row. Liiriilev fffotttlil. 'l'ult'ttfiitt', fllttltlleloit, lflilft, Kxil'fntfiicl', Ricfiiivifetm t',flss f C0tlL'l1 l, ln the initial meet of the season, held at the Cage, the Cru- saders of lloly Ct'4j1'ss downed the .leffs hy a margin of ofl-53. The visitors took every first place and three of the seconds in the running events, hut the ,leflmen won the eight lap relay, with llerb Middleton, Ted Sheftel, llill Scott, and Bill Neill turning in a time of 21-lf'l.8. Amherst captured all three places in the thirty-five pound weight throw Amherst also won in the pole vault and broad iumps, A powerful and well-balanced New Hampshire team beat out Amherst and Springfield in a triangular meet held at the Cage. All three teams won or tied for fave firsts in the f-f- event meet. Ted Hager broke the college broad jump record with a leap of Page One fH1mdred Six 22 feet at 3 inches. The two mile run was won by Kim Valentine while Neill and .Nfiddleton got firsts in the 220 yard dash and -ffl yard low hurdles, respectively. The Sahrinas closed their track season with a lopsided 74-39 victory over the University of Connecticut in Pratt Cage. Wil- liams equalled his own college high iump record in the meet when he cleared the har at 6 feet and inch. Hager was the leading point getter by tying for first in the pole vault and win- ning the broad jump. Bruno Giordano of the Ukes broke the Amherst College record when he won the two mile race in ff:-f7.'l. Herb Middleton captained the team for the season. The fencing team, led by Captain George Meeks, won two of its three dual meets but finished in back of both Wesleyfan and Williams in the Little Three. Hartford was the scene of the first match with the Trinity swordsmen. The Hilltoppers succumbed to the jeff onslaught by the close score of 1412-12lj. Six of the Amherst men won two out of the three bouts but Trinity's number one man in the epee division was the only one to sweep his bouts. Several weeks later the Purple and Xlifhite met Boston Univer- sity. This encounter ended in a 1-1-13 victory for the Terriers. The jeffs showed their greatest strength in the sabre class where they conquered the visitors 6-3. ln their third meet the Sabrina FENCIN Roshts Ctftmch i, Steiiilwitl, Compu. 1Tresscf, fllceks ttftzpfd, Sinihsoii 7-l. K., Sivtutsoii, Stoker, ff-itiviitw, Simpson N. SKII G FIRST Row: '7I'hiituiiih, Kuiiiiiill 'fi "IV, .-Iiiiieivoii, Linn Siitioxri Row Roslin tfftmtlvn, Ktiiiitill 'I l'. Peiiiilufuit, Xttftttfsttll tffttftiiiiiii, Skiliwt-il, Iilatix duelers returned to the victory column by defeating Clark Uni- versity, 14-13. The match was not decided until the last event in the sabre division. ln his final bout Rick Haines defeated his opponent 5-4 after a hard fought battle. This clinched the meet for Amherst. George Meeks swept his division, the foil, while Keith Simpson followed his example by sweeping the epee divi- sion. The final contest of the season was the Little Three meet. The -lefls traveled to Middletown in hopes of regaining the title, lost to Wesleyan last year by a forfeit, but were doomed to disap- pointment. The XY'esnien were too strong for their rivals, defeat- ing Amherst DU 7 and Wfilliaiiis lol 3-III' 3. . Jef' Neg: . iw I F ,sa as ,ts 'w .,.' 'fix Although plagued by lack of snow in the early part of the season, the Amherst ski team made a good showing against some of the stronger teams in this area. The Intercollegiate Ski Union formed a new association this year with the hope of reviving in- terest in college skiing. Under this plan the thirty-seven college teams in the country were split into four divisions: Senior, East- ern, XVestern, and Canadian. Amherst was included in the East- ern division but due to injuries was not able to compete for the championship this year. ln the first meet of the season the Amherst team defeated the U. of Mass., Springfield, Vifesleyan, and A.l.C. and successfully defended a championship cup won the year before. George Pendleton, Wally Anderson, and Arne Skilbred figured in the setiring The following weekend the Sabrina skiiers, led by Captain Brandt Nicholson, Skilhred, and Pendleton, placed fourth in the eight team competition at the XVilliams XY"inter Carnival. XY'il- liams, Yale, and Harvard finished ahead of the leffs, The next day the team took sivth in a twelve team Giant Slalom Meet sponsored by Harvard The season came to a successful close when Amherst played host to Wlilliams and llarvard in a four-event, two-day ski carni- val at Tinker Hill. The meet was not decided until the final iumping when john Frautchi and Henry Kendall took first and second, putting the ,leffs in front with 3713.6 points to Harvards 372.9 and Wfilliams 560. Page One fl-hmdred Seiten . t - 4 i llllbl Row Tiiaislrifi lscilrv llttlxr l,ltlll5l'tllt' tftiplt tsiztutxlutt limit'-' Ntliiiuii-1.-apt tau! llclllllillbll ianies Tlitn Vzititarti fl-IIRI1 stat thtulclii 'llilltttnrsun i lsst ,Tltlr Discontinued as a varsity spurt eighteen years ago, hockey was revived last year on an intormal basis but laclted suthcient organization to ellect an active schedule, This year the club, managed by Doug Miller, received substantial alumni support and became a part ot the inlnrnial sports budget- the club turned in a record ot tour wins, two ties, and three losses Sparlted by Ashe lfames, high man tor the Sabrinas with a total of twenty-two points, the sticltmen netted seven goals in the Hrst game of the season while Munson Academy, their opponents, QOL iust one tally. The club showed more speed and drive when they FRESHMA BASKETB LL Row HOCKEY CLUB lieu! Opp .Xlunson Academy l 5 Springtisld Coll. ft 5 Ll, ot Xlass. 5 3 lleerlield I .X l.C, 5 A Stoeltlwritlge 2 4 lleertield ts 4 Xyilbraham Acad 4 ?I,t'l Tl.t'!,u 'ictinxri Row fllxllev t,'lltiii.itIcii Ritlntvtf played Springfield College but were torced to bow' fi-5 in the tinal stanza despite the outstanding work of freshman Ted Win- ship in the goal, A 5-5 tie with the University of .Nlassachusetts was tollow ed by a victory over Deerlield 3-1. In this game .Nlance llall, Norm Brown, and Dave Wray led the ,led pucltsters in numerous scoring attempts, The Purple and Xlfhite fell to A, l. C 5-2, defeated Stockbridge 3-2, lost to Deertield 6-4, and closed the season with a 4-4 tie with XY'ilbraham Academy. Norm Brown was elected captain ot next years squad to replace Phil Cran- shaw, this vear's head man lirilautsl fifth Tll Xlerllltprfll .Lead 45 5'l Wiillisttm 33 77 Exeter 54 53 Sutlield 55 52 Leicester -lr RH 57 Trinity 5'P fill LI ol Nlass 42 58 .Nlount llermon RN 59 XY'esleyan T4 53 XY'illiams 411 l-ntsi Row' tjntv, Collier, Vinh, Slntlil, 'Ill-aiiev, Rinttt, Ialtir, given, ST.-WUING1 Rogers tlfottclvt, lstnuv, Zell, Cotnlorl, liltttlvltrtrii .-lltl1llll'L'llll, Krllldl, Dresser, RAIIHUHI ll-lltllltltlgfl. lfitr the second sLlcccsslXL' season ln: Rogers fl't3sltll1Ctll basket- hall team had an iiuis'tnding recortl The '53 huopsters com- piled a record ot seven :vns against uttlv three defeats. The yearling squad opened the season with an impressive TU to 45 win over Xierinunt .Xcadeinv Xvillistan Academy invaded Pratt Cage tor the tirst lining game tit the years campaign, and the pea-greens' Sterling Xteaver led the ,letl atzaclv with nineteen points ttinherst s hrst loss tml the year came in an overtime contest at the hands ut Sutheld Academy, The treshman baslteteers avenged this deteat hy swamping a Leicester ,luniur College squad. ,lack llarlt, Bill Ctreer and ,lohn Rugg all hit double ligures. Page Une 5Llllllill'Ctl Sigh! The Aletlmen dropped another tight one to Trinity at the Hill- toppers' home court. The tall yearling quintet registered suc- cessive victories over the University ot Massachusetts and Mount lleimon before meeting a rugged Wesleyan team in Middletown. Sterling XYeaver's twenty-one point scoring spree went for naught as the Lord ,lehfs went down to defeat. The linal game of the year saw' the freshmen defeat Wfilliams. Effective set shooting and Control of the backboards by the Am- herst cagers provided the victory bulge tor the lerls. The presence of men such as XVeaver, Park, Rugg, Collier, Slight, Zalot, and Ctreer indicates a bright future for coming varsity squads. FRESH 5 RESTLI c-liitltersl Hlwp 17 Mt. llermon 11 1U XVesleyan 2-1 16 Loomis 111 13 W'illiams 17 litttst Row- Limits, 'lI'lult', Fuiilmi, Pluto, Rullt-iltlc. Luims, Xtlwlliiititti, ST.wlimr. ffotitli flliittis, Kim: Huttilcistvit, Cliiilx Tlioittwii, Vuiitiully, Ttili, Qitiiitwnii, Sftllllflk f,l'ii1iitt'il. This year the jeff freshman wrestling squad was hampered hy lack of experience. Although most of his candidates had not done mttch wrestling before coming to Amherst, Coach joe Maras was able to mold a team which won one and tied one in four meets. The season started auspiciously as the Amherst yearlings de- feated Mt, Hermon by a 17-11 score, Starring for the jetTs was Spike Schellenger, who pinned his opponent in one minute and forty seconds. Qther winners for Amherst were john Kunz at 155 pounds and King Taft at 165 pounds. On the following Saturday the freshmen lost to XX'esleyan, 24-10. Schellenger and Taft were the only je1'T victors, hoth pinning their opponents. Against Loomis, Schellenger along with jim Evans at 1311 pounds, Kunz, and Tatt gave Amherst a 16-bl lead. llowever, the visitors captured the last two matches for a 111-its draw. ln the sc-ason's linal meet the jeffs bowed to the XVilliams yearlings in a home encounter, hy a 17-13 count. Both Taft and Schellenger kept their undefeated records intact with pins, ac- counting for ten of the jeff points. The remaining three were registered when Leo Connolly decisioned his opponent in a hard-fought match at the 175 pottnd level. 'T FRESHMAN SWIMMIN liiiliui sl Hyip, 31 lleerlield 4-1- 35 Nlt. Hermon 31 ZS Trinity 38 47 Wlesleyan DH 22 Wfilliaitis 53 317 Xvlllislufl Zo FIRST Row" L1lflt'1ielit', Fiitlvettl, Sutton, Kritxtlcitxet iffttpl l, Bottoij, Qititelter, ljteeitotlillt Bdvvfli SECOND Row: Smetillie, fjliller, Stitttttsloii, 'lI'ti1fetei, Cady, Hoist, fllttsoit, Kuiiitcdy ilitttitlil, An inexperienced freshman swimming team opened their sea- son with a loss to Deerlield Academy, The first year tnermen were ahle to capture lirsts in only two individual events. Pete Kruidenier took first place in the 50 yard dash, while Don Simon copped the Hrst position in the 1110 yard backstroke. The jeff opener in Pratt pool saw a team victory and a num- her of line performances for the hosts. Simon again was out- standing in the backstroke and Roy Craeber did well in the 220 yard freestyle. Dave Van Hettsen in the dives and Ed Bonoff in the 50 yard dash were other individual winners in this meet. Following at loss to Trinity, the rapidly-improving frosh splashers met their first Little Three competition against the Cardinals in r Nliddletown. The meet turned Out to he a triumph for the team as well as liruitlenier who captured a first in the 51.1 yard sprint, placed second in the 11141, and anchored the victorious -LOU yard relay. In spite of their rapid improvement, the Little jeff swimmers were overwhelmed hy a last XX7illiams team. The Ephmen took Hrst in all hut two events and ittmped into an early lead which was never really threatened hy the Amherst swimmers. Pete Kruidenier took his event, the 50 yard dash and Simon won a first place in the 150 yard hackstroke. Al Post of Willianis set a new Wfilliams freshman record in diving, while outscoring Arnie Lande and Dave Van Hosen of the Sabrinas. Page One Htaiztired Wine . ix luilterwt ODD TU Univ. of Mass.. 34 425: Springfield Coll. . 521.1 4213 Univ. ot Conn. 6213 Q4 , V. sf A 2 t I ., .. A A 1 , ' i 1 3 1' 'Q Y f .liiilneisl ODD. ' ., i, 2' 1 -' EQ "A 1 ii ',,1, 1 Hmefd 3 ' f 5"' Q " 1 '14"" A 1--i' Q -,jp 3 Deerheld . 6 ' 1 . 'V ., B i ,, 51 , M VIVU Vlqb - 7 XVesleyan 1 W ' ,T T. ,I V ,. 2 2 Deerfield . 7 ' , 5 ' 4 :Q 215, -4: ' -' z 5" . 'gy-X 'V tt.: ,, -1, ,f -',. ' .11 U Q-42,553 5, ,A.-- -E x.. .. is g -,., vw .2 . 2 xxlillialns t 7 1 yt . , . 4. - .. , ti - . 1 Q ,Y qi , J , , Q.. L -. ... 3 ,,,, ,. , . YN-1 W -- . .. .. . . . . We . ,,... ecsifg -- .- -5 , ,..-ty -1 -Y... FIRST Row 7f'xmIow, Cronlcliife, 'll'elIs, Stzvres, 'li't1lcefielii, Qurlmtv, Foster. SECOND Row: Selcultz, Behmitm. Sinitm, 'l!'tmIriit1vi, Suthcrltlnti, Shapiro, Richardson tfotlclwl. tpllespic ttftmtlvl. 'H'iiIter, 'll'fiite, Netzle, Ltznilwrfmi, flleslcer, Butlen, Btuil-'s, Crutleslulnle, Long, Cuts lllltl, Tl'lM'Cle'Y f,CtlPf.l FRESHMAN RELAY - TRACK Losing but one first place, the freshman track team swamped the University of Massachusetts freshman by a 70-34 margin in their first outing. Hank XY'uulinan was the high man for the meet in points, capturing 1713 in winning both hurdles and high lump and taking a third in the dash and running in the winning relay, Dick Talmadge placed first in the quarter with a time ot intl. Nurin Corhatv in the dash and Dick Catlett in the pole vault also won forthe vearlings. llank XY'oolman set an indoor record in freshman track of 'flip in the high hurdles, while the -left team lost 52 1 3 to 42 2 3 to the Springfield fresh. ln addition he tied the high jump record with 5 feet lil inches and the low hurdles mark of 5.5 seconds. C-orhatv tied the dash record of :ll-LS and won the hroad iump. XY'oolinan again led the ,leffis as Amherst was defeated, 6213 to -1213 hy the University ot Connecticut. XY'oolman took first place in the high hurdles, while Dick Catlett took firsts in the pole vault and shot put. Hank Xvoolman, Norm Gorhatv, and Dick Catlett are among the freshmenls brighter prospects for next year's varsity, Ptlflt' One fHitiitireti .Teil FRESHMAN SQUASH Coach Frank Gillespie opened the freshman squash season with only two experienced men, Pete Cruikshank and john Wfheeler. The squad, thus handicapped, managed to win but one meet for the entire season. The Little Three victory against Xliesleyan at the Davenport Courts saw jack Wfalter, Bob Boden and Cruikshank spark the Amherst team in its win. Only eight matches were played against the W'esmen, since one of the mem- bers of the Cardinal team failed to make the trip. In the initial home match of the season Ed Neale, Boden and XY'alter registered victories for the frosh, each going four games. in what turned out to be a losing cause, as the jeffmen lost the first of two scheduled contests to Deerfield. The finial meet of the season saw a strong XVilliams team, fea- turing Dick Squires, National Junior Tennis Doubles champion, lead the hovs from Billvtown to a Little Three freshman crown. The two matches credited to Amherst in the meet were victories hy Dave .Xlesker over Evans, and Ed Neale over Sargent in the minimum number of games. Amherst's top man, Cruikshank, bowed to Squires. john XVheeler, jack XValter, Bob Boden, Bill Banks, Dick Cutting and Dick Lamberton also competed for the ,leflmen against XVilliams. 1949-Since 1859 when Am- herst beat Wfilliams in the hrst intercollegiate baseball game, the -lehfs have had an enviable record. Especially since Paul Eckley took over as coach four- teen vears ago, Amherst has been able to hold her own with K N any team in the East. The 1949 team lived up to tradition, out ini 55, , .fum mm of sivteen games the team won eleven, including victories over Dartmouth and Columbia. One of the main reasons for the successful season was the pitching of Charlie Murphy, one of the Amherst baseball stanclouts ot the post-war era. Behind Murphy, Coach Ecltley had an airtight infield consisting of Ez Bowen on first, Dave .NlcNeish at second, Ivar Rosendale at shortstop, and Bill Genovese at third. The hitting and lielding of these veterans formed a nucleus around which Ecltley built one of his best teams. Catcher Dave Cold and outlielders Moose McGrath, Sam Crowe and jake ,lordan were good defensive ballplayers and provided extra punch in the batting order. 1949 llifvtiiiii Rosenii,-xLi3 . liiilierst w 12145 l SCORES Hjvlvoiiciit 4 A.l.C, 2 I2 St, rXlichael's 1 22 Trinity fi rw Bowdoin 4 U XVesleyan 7 n Springiield 9 I6 XVestover Field 2 I tw Tufts fa 5 Wesleyan 0 5 Trinity 1 3 Dartmouth 2 3 Colgate 14 4 Harvard 5 2 Columbia 1 5 Williaitls 7 IH Vililliams I FIRST Row" Smith, Cmperiim, flliller, Diinluzr, Qeizuwese, Hergiri, Yordizn, 'H'ucliiliii, Barry SECOND Row Sclelev tfuntlih, 5lltQmIli, 'Wviq I Dinqley, 'l'i'il5on, Cliristeiisoii, Htirnx, Pierce, Cummings, Fisher, Tllillevtflltzmzilerl. THIRD Row: ML' tfmirierk, Burnett, Lcqilctl, Reviiolrls, Ltmq lmitscr, Dammit, Tunes, Crowe, HtlIl'klIIX Miss t flfqi' l. Page flue fhliiiidrvii flci t fi- fiiiijr is 4 iiplinu LJlYt1Ylsl, t oath ht lil.l 1, flliiiititlei .Xl11.1.1 1: Tl1e Sahrinas opened tl1eir season witl1 a sl-2 win over A,l.C, Cl1arlie Murphy pitched tl1e full nine innings, letting the visitors down with only six hits, while striking OLII fifteen. His team- mates hacked him up bv pounding out four consecutive l1its in tl1e sixth inning after two were out. Against St. Michael's in the second game the jelfs collected twelve hits while pitcher Don Dunbar allowed the .Xfikes six for a I2-I victory. The l1o1ne team scored twelve runs in the first six innings before Ecklev pulled out all hut two of his starters and finisl1ed tl1e game with the reserves. Trinitv came to .Xleinorial Field to he the victims ol the third Amherst victory. ln a wild scoring contest tl1e home team won, 22-11, behind tl1e pitching of Murphy and reliefer .lohn Bergin. Tl1e ,lefls notched three runs in the sivth inning hut sealed their victorv in tl1e seventh with a nine-run outburst topped with a grand-slam home run hv Captain Rosendale. Two unearned l'llIlN in tl1e eighth inning hroke a -f--l tie to give Amherst a triumpl1 over Bowdoin. Xvith two on and two out the Polar liear leftfielder dropped Nloose .NfcC.rath's fly into short left to let in tl1e tie-breaking win and a moment later llarrv Nliller stole home to insure tl1e jeff run. Don Dun- har and -lohn llergin handled the pitching for Amherst. The XY'eslevan Cardinals finally hrolte the jeff winning streak with a 7-fl victorv at ,Nliddletown Charlie .Nlurphv suffered his first defeat though striking out eleven men, ten in tl1e first four innings Rosendale and Dave .NlcNeish were the only visit- ing hatters to hit the pitching of XVeslevan's Frosty Francis. W'ith ,lohn llergin making his first Amherst start on the mound, the team lost its second straight to Springfield hy a 9-3 score. All but three of the Springfield runs were a result of five consecutive walks isstICt,l hv tl1e Amherst inottnd staff in the seventh inning. The ,lefTs got hack on tl1e winning track against Wlestover Field, highlighting the sports of Prom Weekeiitl with a lo-2 rout of the visitors. Charlie Murphy retired after four innings with a ten run lead to 111ake wav for Dave Hunter, who held Page Une Htnidred LTiuel11e Fssafs the soldiers scoreless for three frames. Ned Barry finished tl1e game, allowing only one hit. For the fourth titne Amherst went into douhle figures to heat Tufts, lfi-lv. Tl1e ,leffs totaled 13 hits while the losers con- tributed seven errors and ten walks to the Sabrina causei Bill Genovese who had previouslv heen hampered by a bad ankle went the full nine innings at third, celebrating his return with a grand-slam homer in the first inning. Charlie ,Nlurphv limited Xvesleyan to four hits as the ,leffs avenged their earlier defeat with a 5-ll triumph Dnlv three Cardinals reached second hase as .Nlurphy outpitched XY'es- levan's Francis all the wav. lvar Rosendale scored E: Bowen on a long triple in the third inning. The ,leffs exploited XY'es- levan's defensive weaknesses in the fourth to add three runs to their total. The Lord ,leffs slapped out nine l1its to heat Trinitv, 5-1, for their fourth straight win. Don Dunbar pitched shutout ball for six innings before giving wav to .lohn Bergin, who allowed only one hit and a single run. .Nlaking it five in a row, the Amherst team edged ottt highly-touted Dartmouth by a 3-2 score. The lndians tallied twice in the first two innings to take a OflC'l'LlH advantage hut the ,leffs came hack in the fourth to win the hall game. Charlie Murphy, who allowed Dartmouth only three l1its after the lirst two innings, singled in the tieing run and Dave .NlcNeish drove l1i1n in to clinch tl1e victory. Against Colgate the Sabrina squad suffered a complete re- versal of form and fell by a count of 14-3. Four jeff hurlers received little or no support as the Red Raiders scored seven unearned runs in the first inning and went on to an easy triumph. Harvard edged the jeffs, 5-4, in a tight game at Cambridge. Charlie Murphy had a bad day as he issued nine walks while striking Ollt three. Don Dunbar did a line iob on the mound as the ,leffs con- quered Columhia, 2-1, in eleven innings. lt was a pitcheris duel all the wav with each moundsman allowing only four hits and one l'l.Il1 until the last half of the eleventh, Then an error hv .Yr ,A ..-f' ,tgt-nip gn' 'C - '-N 5 -sw- if. ' l.,., 'f- 5 , . 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A x E' George llitmar tit Xvilliams maintained his masterv titer .-Xmherst haselwall teams vvitli a TIP victttrv in the lirst game lwetvveen the ttatlitiunal rivals, Ciharlie Murpliv, the Amherst starter, gave up lmtr runs in the lirst inning helftre heing replacetl lay .ltthn liergin, ln the seasttirs linale, liuvveveti Xlurphv returnecl lu his usual waht lurin and lecl the ,lells tu a lit-1 victttrv liver the lfphtnen This ,. ,--' 'wr -.dhtl fi-,jim si ,L -. 1. triumph threvv the Little Three race intu a three vvav tie It was Xlurphv all the vvav as the veteran pitcher allwvvetl unlv tour hits in his last intereullegiate game. llitmar vvas kn-tekecl uut ut the hex in the sixth inning. The afteiiiuttn was high- lighteel lur the partisan Cttinmenceinent vveeksentl ermvel hy httme runs trttm the laals tit Rtisenelale anel lluvven This game marketl tlie last intercollegiate appearance ot lltmen, NlcNeish ancl Rnsenclale as vvell as Murphy, leaving Bill Cjenuvese as the nnlv returning ittlielcler. Will-Tlie eightvktltirel eelition ul the Amlierst hasehall team Y - startecl practice in the cage early in ,Nlarch with Cuaeh Paul Tfcklev beginning his lnurteenth year at the helm ul the ,lell lwasehall turtunes The squad moved ciutside alter Spring Yaca- Mlm, kmLl,,m, tm, ,lm mwtv lm, Nm. mul HMI, qjl,,,,,k.,,,,,,1 l"'n H'Hlf'1'1' lW3lllL"' lW'll'f'i'Ll 'llc Wllililillllx anutlier stantluut as a freshman, are YUIITIPCIIHQ lur the haekstup . . . , , , .. . pttsitittn This vear s captain ls Bill bemtvese, regular thirel lwaseman ut the past three seasttns He is the tmnlv returning ittemlwer 'tt Thu qnimm I,,ul,m,, i, the l,,.,,,L.,t ql,L.e,,,,n mail, lui' Ifiitl the stellar inlteltl ut VW' This elirth ul veterans in the inlieltl lynn lhunlwar is the unlv starting pitcher haek twin last season wlll llc 3 mnlm' l""'lll'm lm' Coach Efklcllt lm' ll' lm' Wllcml luhn Bei'-'in 1 veteran reliel hurler has he-en kept inactive g , . . , . t fHmlit'H'UQ lmlll llllltll lf' fllwgc llll' V':"'lN Flmlll Q"l"WW hv a shuuleler separation Rack ol Dunhar are Neel Harrv and itil' l""'lml'll' f"'ll'm'Q at third llllmgll ll' lux ll"'il4L'Ll "ul at llave llunter luttth Ht vvliuin sau slime aetiun in 1041! and secfintl at times, Sn lar George Carpenter ltmtiks like a regular g,,ph,,,n,,,.w vvqlim vy',lN,,n ami gut, tom., at slitwtstttp llttvvie Burnett is the leading eontentler lur seennel hase, vxhile Ilitk Dinglev, anwtlier suplininttre, vvill prttlwahly he .Ns usual the .lell selie-elule inelueles several higger selmnls, the starting ltrst haseman, llarvaitl antl llartmtiuth return lrum last vear's program, vtltile Yale, Rutgers, antl llttlv Cross vvill alstt pruviele ttppttsitiun elur- ln etintrast lit the inlielcl, last vear's pieket line has returnetl intaet ,lake Al4'I'LlJI1, Sain Lrctvve, and Nluttsg Nleljatlt, laal littinefaml-liuine series vvith Trinitv antl the traditietnal Little vear's starting ttttlllelel, are all hack, hut it lttttlis like llarrv 'I't,,,L.k. ,imp vvgllmmx Rnd vycglcmn .Nliller mav hreak intu the lincvup in left, liuekv llairis eaptain ancl heavy hitter lruin last vear's fresh sriuatl, alstt is tin the The Walt manager is Dttug Miller, vvhtt is assisteel hy ltthn Xvalker and Huh llavvkins, Qeulli -lacksctn Is in charge til pulwlie- itv tur the team antl Bill liek vttll again aet as trainer vvav tu heeuming an ttutlield liixture. The ,lells shuulcl not have lim mueh truuhle hehincl the plate. Bill Xvuehrlin, vvlitt tlitl If X , ' 4- ' t. ing the cunning campaign The I7-game slate alsii euntains lltltlt' .Xpiil IW .tl Cf Here Yale There St .Xliehael's llere Trinity There T7 llttvvelmn llere W Tults llere .Nlav Springlieltl There lt Rutgers There Ill llarvarcl llere 13 XY'eslevan llere 17 Trinitv Here Qll Rttsttm Cttllege Here 25 lla: tmttuth There QT Xveslevan There Stl XY'illiams There ,lune Httlv lilitlss. There Xklilliams Here 'Pitt lltllltlleil Tltttlt 'll fs., fe-iiiptiiiiis llofiiuii mid Pu iisox and Ciotitli Ltixii.i Y Opening its season on April lit against HU., the ,-Xniherst varsity track team whipped the Terriers 79-io, The .lells conf trolled tour ot the seven lield events hut Bill Neill! victories in the IIN! and ZHO yard dashes were the outstanding performances ot the dav as cold damp weather slowed the whole meet. In a steady rainfall the Colgate trackmen swept to Ill lirsts in a I4 event program to heat Amherst 77-SH at Pratt Field. The Red Raiders showed their heels to the -letls in the dashes and hurdles hut the latter led hy Rozarth captured the mile and two mile. Boston College succumbed to Amherst on April 311. HH-53 Uutstanding runner ot the day was Bill Neill, who set a new eollege record of 21.5 seconds in the ZZ!! as well as copping the centurv in '18, lliehfscorer tor the dav was lim Pierson who led the hurdles and hroad iump, I i l'5osti'il1 University Colgate Ilosion College Xvilliams Xveslevan Hppoiieiiis Sli 77 55 771i T223 .Xmherst lost to a greatlv underrated XY'illiams squad on Saturday ot Prom weelvend 7713-5713. It was a near rout 'ts the lfphmen tooli S tirsts and lil seconds. The Sahrinas showee their only strength in the hammer, iavelin, discus and lllll 1 Q 220-vaixl dashes. .-Xmherst was torcihlv moved into last place in Little Th track standings as it closed its season at Wesleyan with 1 72:3-1i2':: defeat. Double winner was Pierson in the hro iump and 221' low hurdles while llatch and Neuholl were only other ,lell hlue rihhon men. The IWFII track team has heen left virtually unharmed hx graduation. Coach Lumlev in his twentvvthird year at f herst evpects to produce a well halanced team with the add. tion of lilteen memhers of last vear's freshman team. l'IRNT Row Levitt l,'lliirii1.ierl,Seo!t. Colili, Pieisoii fffizptaiiil, QTei1l,3-lizitli, f1liilti'luloii. Liiiiilrv ttfoiicli 1. SILUYI1 Row- lfioi1tlloo!,Nt'ill,fllmiltilli "l!'illii1ms, 'Tlioiiziiy Hill. Jptiitev liailoii' THIRU Row Hailey, Elton. flletimtli, Pmssiviiiiiiier, Qvilu, Sodei, Iiiitlier. Fiirlou' FULIRTII Row tfllliciiilst Hiller 5oIlu,5iiitIi1iv Ltztl mm Porter lllO!Itll' Q'lliziliri,tiit'ti1 liioirii f' A A . - i' .l,,.., A l Y ? 1 'G W 5' 'H 4' .1 'if' 3. N agua' . " lan- W 7 4 9--1 .Y 4 'U' W.. J"-fi 'Nl N, nf P11410 Une 7-liiiidieil .Foiirleeii lg.. lt? mn QQY' TENNIS 3 WE 1lll11L'lN1 111111 T 3 11J1'YJI'L1 11 V, x,'i ,cg -5 11 l'1f1W1l11l1l 3 ,IJ M 1 5 f' -1215 3 S111-i11ul11-111 1, W "' TTT -in TT-T TT X " """-EV W --- -- -fre A , H Trinity l K 5 1' wf 11 U. 111 Conn. 11 ' K A, 11 1,Ill'1I1111ll111 '1 Q tlub 19 A, 'Y E Si- N llufstra I ' ' 1 1,15 41 5 ' 41 Wbxlcyan 3 " , T ' ' gal", M 313 kklilllatns 913 L' X" .1 1 X ' .fi .N i 'A' 1-11:11-Roxx '11-1111111 111.111--1111 1'11111'111,,N111111'1 91'111x11R11xx 111111111111 11i11111111,f 11111111 L1'1111'1 111111111 ,T11111111 11111112 51111111 L1'1'11N t.T1.11111111'11 1'1-1'1-Captained hy -I-4,1111 Owenx, 1l11- l'1-141 11-111111 11-am N1-JN1111, 1111111 winning1111111111-Q1'111--3 turned in it hetter than 51111 I'CCtJI'L1 hy l'L'Ct1I't.ll!1g 1110 x1ct11r1ei againit four defeats. Thie marked 1l'I1I7I'11YCIl1CHl 11X'CI'Il14.' V148 111i11ACoa1'l1 Frank 121111-epic Wtll 111111- again p1'1 1 record waQ aided hy the addition of Bill Smith 111 the team, Top- 1lirect1x'e 1o1'1e hi.-1111111 the Purple and White thix xprino 1114 N xceded Smith, Ted Greene and Tom fjWL'f1i led 1111- team that p1-111 l1111k 111-ry imc with the 11-111111 111 Hill Smith, 1ap111n 1 Lk trittinphed over Bowtloin, Trinitv, Llffonn, llofxtra and Wk-v 1111 the 111-711 11-axon, Tom 0111-m, captain 1117 1111- '41 sr 1111 leyan, and lost 111 XY'illiams in their last meet hy 1w1i1 points. 4111-1-111-, ,Xlartin and 1T1l1L'l' le11e1'1n1-11. 1X1l1.l1-11 111 thiu 1r1 Nl The m11Qt Ncri1111Q Qetfhaek 111 the season, l111we1'cr, was 111-lixered 1I'C9l1ll1L'I1 NIHIkl11ll1i ax 1f1l XVQNI1-xy captain and num LI fl 1. to the racquetmen hy IJartm1i1111l1 who XXl1llUWflil1Ck1 the Sahrinax, player 1111' law f'L'fl1"N 1l't1Nl1, ,lorry ,X1artin1lale, Dick A11 1111 1 S1-11, llarvard and Springtield mlm topplt-11 the ,lu11X early in the 15111 k,1J1'L11'lUl', Ci111111111111x, C11111', 113111111111 B1111111111, '1l'5'1111111, 1111111 tf'111'! 1, ,'ll11111'11 H11111111, 111111111 1111111111111 l'1-191-During the lirst week 111 spring vacation the 10451 golf team journeyed to Pinehurst, North Carolina, famous golting resort, where it engaged in pre-seas1'1n practice games with teams from North Carolina State and XY'il1iam and Mary. Led hy co-captaini Graf .Nlouen and Cordon Russell, the team re' turned from its training trip to hegin an active spring selic-111111-. Harvard and Holy Cross fell to the -letfsters in rapid 1'1l'LlQl' followed by Bowdoin and VC'.P.l. Both .Nliddleb11ry and Brown however, upset the Sahrinas, who NWHHTDCLI Trinitv S1-ll the 1 following week. Meeting W'e5leyan in thc 1irst of their Little Three competition, the Lord je11s fell to the more expe1'i1-n1:e1l GOLF l'1-W SCORIN 11111111111 -1 llarvaid -1 1loly lf1'11w 5 l31,1w1l11111 5 XY'.P.l. 3 .Nl1r.11llel1111'1' 2 111-1,1wn '1 Trinity' 2 XY'eil1-11.111 T112 U 111 C11n11ect11111 Sl 3 XY'ill1amx k,JI'L1II1fll'-, 1-2, 1111-11' wawttk s111ceQQ sc1-1111-d 1.11141ll1Ld 111 l11L'I1C1J1Vf1I'l11 11114 1111-1' tied UConn in their next game a111 111111 l,l 111 XX 111131119 111 1111-11'l111al1' 1 3 3 1 121511-At the 11-am! laxt meeting, Frank XY' 11lXLl NN X elected captain 1111 the 10111 season and wi1l1 him are 1xp11 to he lClIC1'l11CI1 Twin XY'y1nan, C1'a1 ,NlOllUll, and T1-1l 111111111 1 well as 11'eshman Ntarttloutx Ed Bruning, kY'in l'lin1ll1-, 211 N :on and ,lerrr Clark. The team will again itrlltlluf' 111 X1111l1 klflI'tJl1I1H during 1aeati11n for p1'efe1-as1'111 1111111111111 111111 lllffllflg 111 the l11'1l1a1'1l5 111u1'se at 51111111 11.11111-1 1t1I' an 11 -clietlule. 111111111111 1111111111117 1111 443 ,a .. 'K"..a X r Qt' ,Q ,. fe A A lllx' wllygu Illl ru-Awlluw xmlullmg thu lnmml .lwvrmrm ful: twm Nmcmll .xml ilu- liullpwxxnf llw llm Nh-.ul .Xu liuulklmg ll- llw nuuut mlglntilm tw mln- .xIllllL'I'Nl Lumpux .X nmnmwrml 111 XX ullmm Rurlwxt-ml Xlmll Y' z 11 Il lwllfw ulx um .X umm galil-ry kllllI1lJk.lN L- Llmwllflmmx xlmlvm flilllw, nml lulwrnrx 1-I prmmr fl1'l lu rlmu 'xlllllL'INl LHIHIULIIIIIX xxlllm lwull L-lluicmx' wml lllxulvilitx In 1838 mlm lruxruw ul thu college bought the land nn uh Illk wll may I-r lwulld J church rlwrc for the First Pnribll ln Wim mga tmnlly lmuglmt the building which xx-35 restored tu in o m.1lllwgnin IWW by llmc Llmx of ISS-l, 4 Lulll-gf llall :ww Nmmh and fl year later contrilwutcd part of ilu Iln FIU ,J LACRGSSE "3 .liiilvcrsl Opp. 8. 9 Nichols, lr. College 4 -l Tufts 9 S Trinity 5 a Brown 4 3 XY'.P.l. 5 I N. Ii. College 4 ITIRKT Row Holiimii, Voisiiiliii, tjiilfillis, fllnoie tfizpl J, L7'm'loi, 1Tii1t7Im'. Siris SECUND Row" Coltuvii irfpiitlin, Tiutzt Riittit Htziiipinu, Ft-iiiiilti. Kiioivlloii, Slitclctivlc, Bedford, "lI'isuIev l,-llilllililfll Trimii Bow St.liti'iii:ku1il, liiiiitvolt, Hill, Hciiiietl, Qllyllllillllg, VW'-l.ast spring lacrosse, newly organized on an informal lmsis, eracked a Still average. Sparked hy such outstanding deft-nst-inansliip as that displayed hy llowie Rosenthal, the team took victories from Nichols lr. College, Trinity, and Brown. Boh Smith captained the squad, and his leadership combined with Rosenthal's defensive work and ,lohnny Sisk's attack was responsible in large part for the team's line showing. lltatt-This season the team is suffering ti-om iniuries Dag Moore, top defense man is out and Sisk was not ahle to play in the early games, Lacrosse laces a repeat ol last year's sched- CREW . Htxvr Row 4 liiiiiiliuhziii Si-4 ox Row Fox ffsoiztlit, ,lriiol.1', Nitliols. Tiiyltir .-lviiilt Stuolscy, 'Heiil-'ty lit'il:t'l Vlinifiloil ILWI-A spring training trip to Florida helped whip the ,leif oarsinen into shape During their soiourn unotlicial races were held with the Ll. ot Tampa, Rollins, Xvashington and Lee, and ihe Yale "B" team. and Palmer led the losing to Dartmouth hy less than six feet, there followed three Coach 'lohn Ellis and co-captains Oakes outlit through a successful season. After victories: Clark, A.l.C., and Bri-wn. At the Dad Vail Regatta, featuring the stilfest small college competition, Amherst linished sixth, 1050-This spring Mr. Phillip Fox generously offered his Vnglc Une 7eliimlri?il Sixteen Pl U, flloiilfmi ule. Despite the iniuries and a loss to Brown, spirit is high ancl cautious optimism the outlook. Coach -lohn Cohurn is relying upon Sisk at attack along with Ciary Holman. ,lim XY'illiams, Ben Taylor, and Paul Griffiths alternate hetween the midfield and attack, while George Cor- siglia, Sam Rugg, Prent Bancroft, Van Tingley, and Don Mac- Yicar are the defense mainstays. Lacrosse at ,Xinlierst was recognized hy the Student Council this year and the team is to he awarded letters on the same hasis as the rest ol the varsity sports. i i i coaching serxices, and through gifts from interested alumni and other friends, a new Pocock shell was purchased, There will be another spring trip south during which the jetls will train for a still schedule. Captainetl hy T. P. Plimpton, the crew faces A.l.C. first and then llaryard, Dartmouth, and Brown. Amherst will again compete in the Poughkeepsie classic, the Dad Yail Regatta. Although crew is still on an informal basis, regular varsity letters will he awarded this year. SAIL: we r., crus l51Rs'r Row Vliirijrfurr, Fatiimtiii, Ltiiuie, Hertz, fitriilxtlii, titnilmt. 'Sucrisn Row' litrilvev, qHtlllHt1tl't1Y, lfhtiltiii, Lvitirrji lc,UHlHlUtlUlL'l, Q1el1,.'Vi1rslnIll, lftilrli Turku Row, Jlolimlveir, Cole' mlm, Blair, Brown, Littlefield, lftiiiin, Hasselt, Deiusmt foumir RUXY film stun, aliiriinil, .TIt.Tltilletr, ,llit'tnii, Tfiirlerei, 'lllioliriiiii 'lohirsutr ,Htl lteinr, Nulxnit : I A 1 F P , . 1 .'N, I i I :- yi x ,.. 1049-Tlte Amherst College Sailing Cluh, through its mem' Regatta at NHT llere the ,left salts tied XY'illiams for ninth hership in the New England branch of the National Inter- collegiate Sailing Association, llils a schedule of collegiate re- gattas each spring and fall, The cluh's policy is to distribute the opportunity of competing among its entire memhership of ahout 30 upperclassmen and 'lil frosh. Although the cluh now has neither boats nor sailing facilities, a campaign is planned to obtain the necessary equipment for next fall, Last spring Amherst's hoatmen defeated Htnrdoin, Colhy and XVesleyan to win the Associate Championship of Xen England, As a result of this victory, the cluh was qualified lit compete place Last fall at Bowdoin the cluh lost the Associate Champion ' e annual l.ittle Three meet ship Trophy to the home crew, l'h was cancelled hut will he resumed again next fall, INFO-Tltis spring the only competitor for the .-Xssociatc Championship honors is XYesleyan, .X ytctory will permit Am herst to compete again in the Dinghy Regatta. The cluh will enter the Connecticut Yalley Cltainpionship, and faces stifl' coin' Ptllllibil Ill stlcll stltoiils its Tale , Tufts, fiiiflsl Guard, Nliddle- with eleven other colleges in the important Boston Dinghy Cup hurv, Yeiinoni, llaitinouth and M IT, i 6 , T MA AGERIAL L 1' 1 J lei " an r Amherst College can hoast one of the most efficient managers' organizations in the country. The Association is made up of the managers and assistants in all sports and is governed hy a three man executive committee. lt functions under the auspices of the intercollegiate athletic office, The Association sets up the managerial competitions, The primary interest of the Association is to work up a competitive spirit for the positions. This year there has been a point system used under which the coaches, managers, trainers, and team ltiirl ASSOCIATIO T lntsr Roxy, Puri-', ,TltX'.iiiititti, TlcLi1titJliliu, Tliiriitlrs, ,Tfilltr ,-lleliii Nui-sri Row Hiut:ell, Totdctr, Tilt tiii, Lerner, Lt'.Liei'ie, Fiil:iui1ev, Niiiif-wir, Ktilsl.-Y captains vote for the team! new manager, ln addition the ,Xssociation has included a fraternity clause in the coinpetition rules yyherehy no house can have memhers as manager of .1 particular team for lXXte1sLICCL'5slYE years. The other function of the Association ls to see that ,Xiuli-,-ist squads are well represented on This includes efficient service to interest in atlilents, and seeing welcomed. "diamond, field, and iiaclv ' the teams, raising the campus to it that visiting teams are Page Out' 'lliimlietl .Nvetieirleeii lil-W-Last vear the lrosh baseball team won three of the six games on the schedule and heat both XYilliams and XVesleyan tor the Little Three crown ln the opener Wlillie Wlilson, pitch- ing lor the Little rleils, dropped a 342 decision to .Nlonson Acad' :mv The nevt two games, with Nichols -lunior College and Deerfield Academy, were also lost by one run margins. Against XY'illiston Academy the team showed real power at the plate as everyone hit to shape a I2-ll victory, Coach Rick Wilson had to use three pitchers against XY"esleyan but the Amherst team CLINIC through with a a-3 win. ln the season's linale Bob ,lones held nett and Bucky llarris, scored six to capture the Little Three title, lflill-This spring Coach XVilson's squad faces a tough eighte game schedule including Trinity, Wlesleyan and Willianis. So far Bill Creer has looked like the starting catcher. ,lack XValter will probably play third with jack Park at short, Ashe Eames or lien Lally at second, and Bill Frack holding down lirst base, ,lim Davis, Bill Martin, Bill Banks and Bob Brown should see action in the outfield. These men, with jack Collier on the XY'illiams to three runs uhile hls teammates, led by llowie Bur- mound, should form the nucleus ol a strong cotnbination. l:lRN'l' Row tjieei, ffttnitw, Sjieiiter, 7I'.iltei, 'lleiiiiitln tiiilv, Eittmts Stitioxti Row 7l'ooiliiill, Dtttus, Liillwl lliiiliii, 5nntli, Itilot, lsiiii: liioiiiii Titnui Roxx tiolliei Nettle Fititl' Sliiiit, lltnil-s Ptnlx tiillsuit, tltliltits 'lfilsoit fiitltltlil. ASEB T TRACK 1949 SCORES litRsT Row "ll'iiislou', lioitoll, Tull, Roms, 'Holtomlm tjuiluilv, Pt'll:, flulnisoii Stguoxn Row- Slit-lliiit, Keiiiiey, tfttllell, Smioii, 'll'ooliiiiiii, Pttxue, Slut!-no, Chilimtni, tjtiiitsun, Tttnm Row Ritlitiitlsovt tCoittlil, tiililfs tfllitutztltt J, 5eL'iil.i, yllieiiiit, Stlimiill, Ykltk tially, Sitlliuilmiii, lrtlliiiililtte, FRESHMAN LL ,-Imlicrsl Ulvp. 2 ,Nlonson Academy 3 5 Nichols hlr. College 6 ti Deerlield Academy 7 12 XVilliston Academy tl 5 XY'eselyan 3 In XVilliams 3 FRESHMAN .sliiilierxl Ulipoiienl hh Cheshire 33 LP-L LI. of Mass. 32 58 Springlield 68 7U Little Three Wlilliams 54 4, I5 Vilesleyan . 29 lfi IW-W-Tlie lreshman track team was one ot the best at Amherst in recent years. The team lost but one meet, a close one to Springlield in which the margin of victory was hut ten points. The ,letls swamped Cheshire Academy in their initial meet and then the University nl Nlassachusetts. The highlight ol the season, however, was the showing made by the Cinder- men in the Little Three .Xlect at XY"illiamstown. Led hy co- captains john Bucher and Creg .NlcCrath, the Purple and XVliite gathered up seventy points. ,lack Tanger set a freshman record in this meet of 51.7 seconds in the -Htl, Xllfilliams came in second with a total of 54 4 Q points, while Vfesleyan had a Page this Wiiuiiiied Eigliteen scant QW l 5. 1950-This yeat"s freshman team will have a high goal to aim at in order to equal the record set by last year's trackmen. The prospects, however, are very bright. Norm Ciorbaty in the dashes, Hank XY'oolman in the hurdles and high iump, Dick Talmadge in the -Htl, Al ,lohnson in the half mile and Dick Catlett in the shot-put and pole vault should all have com- mendable records. There will be a four meet season with the same schools that were encountered by last year's freshman team. tft4'l-ln ite ripening meet, the N447 yearling tennis team Captain lkl XYeNley wax ttip-xeetletl tpr the friixh and priwetl swamped .Nft llermtin, Nfl, antl ttilltiwetl this. hy Nwainping a piiwerfiil leatler, exhihiting pwlixh in every etwntext, llielx Niehiile .liz Cliillege, 7-fl, Its iinly tlefeat ef the Neasein wax de- .-Xltlrith antl lfm flartlner were alw experieneetl men whit gave liveretl hy a xttiing lieerfieltl team whieh heat the ,leflixterx lu' ftiiee tu the Purple anel XYhite xieturies All three men are -ine piiint, the final aeiire heing 5'-f. The -leflistere finixhetl their xtieng etinteneleiw fiir thix yeaik rarxity team xtteeewful eeaeim hy winning the Little Three ehampiiinxhip. lttitt-Tliix yeark eriuatl faeex an iipener with llaivartl and XY'ith only -ine tlefeat on their reeurtl, the raeqtieteeix lwuneeel a rigiirtittf xehetlttle after that Meeker, Selnellter, Biielen, antl XY'illiam5 and XY'eNleyan lmth hi setiiex ttf 7-2, Thux, the net ,limes will piwhahlv we aetiiin fer the Uleflk during the wpring men finixhetl their yeaxiin with feittr wins againxt only fine lim. Neawn liitvr Rtiw Biiwtw, lliilniet, ftlnitviiiii, Llliiiiitiri Stittiwii Rim' tiiflutfit tttvittfii, liiiitw, litiileit, LtIHlt'Tt'l, ,-lltxlvtt, QlllltL't'lt't, Stltleltlwl, 5t'itllt'N ff-llttltittffll F R E s H ivt A ,. , - .'i- ii' L il 'i if AQ TENNIS ' A sf ft ' liitliwxt ttfip iiiii ' ,-Q' A if Ji. E J as ' V' 1 ' 8 Nlt. lleimiin I ni X R i 5, P -LJ ie ' N 5 " i T 1 7 Nieltiile lr. College ll .,,- i f 5 4 tneeiiit-ttt S . , . if 'l 4 ' 3 1 7 XY'e5let'an 2 x A F FA , 7 XVilliams 2 xx F-,iiK,,,,, .V ll. F R E s H ivi A ,cgi N 1 ill if '- G O L I: 85' ',i ff? liitliei xl 3'3 Ll. tif Liinn 3 llaitmiitith 313 Xteltitlx taille-ge Wlj In Xlfilliatne 3 PWD-ln its eewntl year as a team xinee ffl-t2 the frealiman golfers turnetl in a reetirtl of one win, one tie antl twti ltywex. 'Yumlaer one man antl eaptain, ,lim XY'illiamN, letl the team tit a deadlock against the Ll. tif Ctnmeetiettt tin heme territory in the opening match, 313-313. But as the team ventured on to Mrange territory, the title was turned againet them hy the Darte mouth frosh who downed them, 6-3 Nichols ,ltmior College felled the Sahrinas in their next match, ilg-3l3, hut the latter l.ttt1t',lliiiiwtiiii lm-tit-i llltttl' f.'lt'i11v,:t'lf wtin a tleeiwive viettirv against the lwiw friiin Hillville in their tinal eiinteet, fi-3. The team tif Mamn, XY'illiam5, llintlle, Llliiit, llihhartl, liretiter, Brtining and Clark reeeivetl much valuable experience tin the Oreliarelx course tu help them Ntantl in giiiiel stead when they tiimpete for vanity berths in the IUW season, 1950-Plane tiir the lltitt frosh team lI1LlLlLlC qtialifi ing iiiiiiitlw for pusitionx wine time in April before the applieantx fiirm an expected ten man squad for a schedule similar tit last veark. Page Hitt 'lliiittlred Wiiteleen First and Second Place Winners- I 948- I 949 TOUCH FOOTBALL B1 IX T111 It P1 P111 C111111 D11.'1'.1 GOLF Llll It li11'1-1 Ei-s11,oN T111 It D1L'1-1 C111 BRIDGE Psi Llitsirox llIII Iii I.I 1 T111 1,1 RELAY SH vkws H111 .X1,1'111D1L11P111 VOLLEYBALL PM iildtv lQ11'1'1 T111 1 1 BASKETBALL B1 IX T111 It P1 PN! I-IPNII-UN SWIMMING Psi Llpsirow H1 1 1 -PIII 1,1 P1 SQUASH T111 rt D1 1.1 1 C111 D1 1.11 lN1XI'I'X IE1's11.11x ACADEMIC AVERAGE P111 C111111 D1 1.1 1 L111111 ,li 1 1 1 111' .X11111 Rst Ct.t11z DEBATING B1 IX T111 IX P1 Psi LIvs11.oN SOFTBALL P11 lII,IY C111 P111 TRACK I3-11 III.IY 1-X1.1-111 D11.'1 1 P111 TENNIS T111r1D11,11C111 .eX1.1'111 IJ11.'11 P111 TABLE TENNIS il-IIIIX D11,11C111 P111 IJ11.'1.1T1111.1 TJ ' ' 7 41' nge Une fHi111tI1'ctI fivenlv TR MUR The .Xmherst Intiamural Athletic System 11'as inaugurated i11 1925 a11d since that time its popularity has risen to great heights, This lllgll standard ot student competition l1as been emulated bv manv other colleges and universities. Prior to IU-I3 Iraternie ties onlv Iielded teams to compete tor tI1e coveted trophy but following the termination of XY'orld XY'ar II the intraniural pro- gram 11as expanded to i11clude dormitories and tI1e Iacultv as 11ell, The 1947,-IH Intramural Sports program l1ad thirteen Iraterni- ties, tI1e Lord lei? Club, the Faculty, and t1vo dorms competing in tourteen events, Ot these Iourteen contests eleven 11ere atl1- Ietic CHILI tI1e other tI1ree 11ere Debating, Bridge and Acadeinic Average. The program, during the current season, 1vas under tI1e direction ot Professor Iili Marsh. The Intramural program has always been ellective here at 1-Xtnlterst because ot tI1e in- tense interest of tI1e participants. Thus, the success of the en- deavor has been a result ot, and is perpetuated Inv, the interest of the student bodv. It is 1vell to note lllfll over 852. of the student body enrolled at Amherst participated at one time or another during the school vear in some sort of intra111u1'al com- petition The scoring is a caretullv devised svstem WlIC'I'Ul1j' tl1e winners ol each competition were a11a1'ded a certain number of points according to 11l1ether the contest 11as UIIICIIOFN' "sub-maior" or "minor '." The point sytstcllt is so arranged tI1at the 1vinner of the Trophy of Trophies must, of necessity, compile a consistently high ITLIIIIIUSF tit points throughout the year in all Iourteen e11- deavors, Beta Theta Pi, winning tour contests a11d coming i11 second in anotl1er Io cninpile 32313 points 11as able to repeat last vear's performance and retainecl the trophv, Alpha Delta Phi Hllll 3111 points Iinished second 1vhile Psi Llpsilon 1vitl1 31013 and Theta Delta Chi 1vith 28611 finished close behind in tI1e totals. As the season started 111th tall sports Beta Theta Pi started producing points 111tl1 a 11in IIT touch Ioothall 1vitl1 Phi Gamma Delta taking tI1e second slot. Theta Delta Cl1i IllILl Delta Kappa Ifpsilon took the laurels respectivelv in tI1e table tennis and goll tournaments while Phi Delta Theta took a second in table tennis a11d Tl1eta Delta Chi grabbed tI1e runner-up split in golf. In completing tI1e tall con1petition Psi Llpsilon turned in a victory in bridge with Phi Delta Theta taking another second. The Pacultv, perennial volleyball winners, sho1ved I9-III would be no evieption a11d cupped Iirst place 11ith Kappa Theta its closest opponent, Beta Theta Pi continued its strong drive hv I TRAMURAL BOARD '11s'1' lloxv: Pitrccll, Stiiuloit, Leritcr tfletiiz, Noettiltrtiler, ,lltliiiltle SECONU IQ1111: ,lIi11tt'1, .Tolter 7!'allce1, DIIII' 11111, Do11Il1t'Il, Stltlcv, Thies, Bril- ttnn, Suntv. taking the basketball championship, Psi Llpsilon, which was Heta's nearest competitor went on to take the swimming chant' pioiiship and Beta took a second in this competition. Theta Delt copped squash honors with lJ.K.E, second while Stearns IIaII, unheard ol 'til then, came through with a win in the track relays with Alpha Delt getting the rttnner-up spot Phi Gam copped the delegation average with the Lord ,letl Club grabbing a second while Beta copped another lirst in debating with Psi Ll, a close second. The Faculty dominated in the spring track events with Alpha Ijelt taking second place honors here. Theta Delt won the tennis Ieagtte with All once again repeating in the second slot. Beta gained its fourth lirst place by winning the softball leagtte. All placed second once again. An interesting tradition between the Intramttral Athletic Sys- tetn of Xlifilliams and Amherst was preserved this year with Beta Theta Pi of Amherst, the winners of tlte football leagtte, meeting tlte Xlfilliams' Betas, winner ot the satne contest at XY'ilIiams- town. The Amherst Iletas having a decided advantage over their brotherly foes because of the different rules ttsed in the two institutions, administered a beating to the Ephs and thereby became the undisputed winners ol the "Midget" Three and copped the "Shaving Bowl." The home teatn, however, did not have an easy assignment on their hands and only atter a hard battle could they gain a I2-lm victory. The value of the Intratnttral System here at Amherst has been emphasized by the fact that the college has given lull recognition to the extracurricular activity and through the Ath- letic Fund has provided the hacking to obtain better equipment, The Intramttral Sports Program ot 1948--Ill saw the ultimate reached in organization when rule books and books ol eligi- bility were distribttted and when paid referees were introduced tu make the contests keener and as fair as possible, In order to allow as many students as possible to participate no student is allowed to participate in more than one particular sport in any one season This also enables the participants In become tnore adept at one sport and thus the quality ol intra- T H L E T I C S Final I948-49 Intramural Sports Standings IILIAA TIIISIA PI 3231 ALPIIA IJIiI.iIiA PIII .llli PSI LIPSILUN 31111 TIIETA IJIQLTA CIII 2Ht.1 IJIiI.TA KAPPA LPSILON 2371 CIII PIII 235 KAPPA TI IIiTA 2321 IDLLTA LIPSILON 21a PIII Ll.-LNINIA IJIELTA 2041 AIAXIIES IIALI. IW21 PIII ALPIIA PSI I'll CIII PSI ISS IfACl.ILTY 1701 PIII IJISLTA TIIIETA till LORD ,IIEFFISIIY ANIIIISRST CLLIII 145 STE.-XRNS IIALL 1421 TIIIETA Xl ll't1 mural competition is steadily on the increase, In coniunction with the increasing quality ot the intratnt sports, the Athletic Department Ims introtlucecl Ittti intratntt sports this year, golt and tennis Thus, the program tor stttc ' enioyment in athletics has been enlarged so that all sports included, Ilowever, athletics do not provide the only competitive slllllll tor intramural honors Bridge and debating have laeconte hi competitive, and along with the much coveted highest scho as average, provide other means ol endeavor than sports Tor this interested, A notable accomplishment ol the Intramttral Athletic Sys ci has been the piactice ol awarding trophies to the winners ol dillerent ctitttesls The Trophy ot Trophies is awarded to 1 Illllttlacl' UI pulllls lttl' J stftscill. Ittittse or other organization which has had a consistently high CHEER LEADERS FIRST Row: Kolvlluy, Fliitmlierlaiit, Jloitteitli. Sccoxo Row Beclcer, Hiller, Qrintes. t1eUiit"1!',ii.lit'i I Ttt'enlY ont zfy-1 , f, 5 .WD V glyrgxigfms I ,ff QW' fl F5 F513 rfgfzwgs WM l .Sfhw.5,w- cr'-Q., wa cp!-...fl'oo9-wxu-l' qua u-QTL... J :VN9i1eWEF HiHf9fJ1'p1 ZWEIFJ flfEg:WfNjL 5-WTC ?FF1 5T if E -V QTYTQI I K" N 5' if 1 ff s A N Q "' A 'Q SMI - - LiMm.LM 'Qf.fgfl,'LiL2.l 1Ex"fli'lfNMlgil3f,iIfl E CT 'f EJ? W?i 'f iif' iii i ME Q u1' V'ff 1 , , . : g, X , ,EfEEvjlF xgf'rl-gf! 9 1 :WM 1 1 Vflffgljikiiiiifzflgff EEF? QxgE5E1i?fiTHlHQlg ffl 9 4 F5P5f3x2l?51feE 3051244 Mmm . L. dF'u?lAf0-4-KJ04YjL,Lh.,l31LQA..0g6n:.5xMgg, ff? IQ :V ff :VICE NME Q I P 5 r' Q 4 5 M3 i1LLaz E QM Qui? i Mia 515 9 I fi WJ Tl El 4-ifilw l-UMW4-mf 'fl-M LAW mm 5 M aff H 912314 r tfiizgiziili ' ' 5'0- 411,41 lfaff. u.d4' ,Q -454:55-1 CQ ,,., ,,f,,s5g--g-Ogg ,QL gt? q.fzfe.xR-.',yn...' - ln the tall 1L,+ t l"4fi the lnwt ruintii' wnceinetl the llean x eecret xteapiin, a tang' actuarial gadget ealletl .fXttritinn, guaranteed Ku wh-e the cainptit lwtixing prtihlein with Quperstinic, Atnin Age etlicienty. Une trexhman artiuietl uthcial suspicion hy tlmpping an 1'!YCl'NYLlilVL'Ll chair twin a thirel xtury' wintlmt' into the path ot lletectne Ulirien nt the Kampub Kiipc, .Xttrititin get him. An- ntlter tranxportetl a piiiitleimitix penny Qcale trnin the tingiiartletl tliittiwtay tit MeClellan'Q live-and-tliine einporitim to the privacy til liie tliii'iiiitoi't' rimiit "Yiwu can't get a-weigh with this," xaid the Dean, antl .-Xttritziin eliminated a line tackle proipect. Still aniithcr int-inhei' nl 'Wk fahultitix lnur-huntlretl thought that French uae a xt-fret entle, "Alle: Mil mm plaitf' iaid the Dean, xvitlintit trate -it an atcenl, antl .Xttritiijin grit him, xsithuut even the usual hu: ni hlue llame Meanxtliile, liiixtexer, the crixp .'Xutuntn weather of V740 tickled the inticlifptihlitizetl "maturity" nt Ainlieretk tirxt real post-war tlaw The tenter tit' the eainpui heeame a haitiiin nf acatlcmie THE ASS tliligence, Fittyk one huntlretl antl aixty otlel evQervicen1en car- ried wut a wineuhat mtinaxtic ptirxuit nf scltolarsliip in ratlialiir- les james and Stearns Halls, The Rappoli Construction Cram' pany! relentlesa IllI"CUI11P!'QiSOI'9 Qervetl in lieu ot the inatin lwll, and Mr. Hairtlk Englixh tine-tno initructnri receitetl many a cnmposition written tn the meter Ol the wnrliinenl haminers The G lfs callc-tl home for lint-pl:iteQ and ear-plugs wore their coin- hat lwrititx to lwetl, and, in the ntltl moments when they werent pauxng their tc-xii with icy handx tnltl glnry-Qtories and curietl the i'cix'ilian!' and their plush accninmnc,latinnQ in old North and Snuth Ciilleges, The "cn'ilianQ," linwever, hatl the barrel-Qliapctl twneQ ot the Chapel gong tn tumhle them out of their Comfortable ents onto the ptingently-niletl flown of their ancient suites. Schol- arihip llmirislietl in his lwarren Qoil, and Attrition turned OLII to he a remarkalaly impntent tlexiee tnr thinning out the mob-scene nn the .-Xntlierit caniptu While the Comptroller tried to Calculate Nix men into a threeeman room, and the general adminictratinn 'liaitw uf rlir 1'1l'l I tiiviiiiciitrniuil I cit'ii1miit'x l'tti1t'f7i1t' llitiiilitnl ,Tit't'ii!t'-wt OF 95 puzzled river the ltirmula lfir twelve-hundred man attendan-,e in the tiiur-httntlred-seat Chapel, the Claw of 1950 went shamlaling alting, varicruily striving tor God for Country, for the Navy iii' the .Xrmy or the Marines, for Piellald Prep or West Ultra High, lor the Yeterank .-Xdministration, and ltir Ilmlierft. Filty haa laeen Qliamhling lair four years now, never visililv diminiQhed, never visilwly reginiented When the "kids" toiili viii Plato, the old "vets" tticilt up water pixtole, XY'hen the "vert" glad themwlves in white lauclxs and llannelx, the 'tkidi' donned dun- gareex and hrtigans, The "typical" Filtyite has alwaye heen hard tti lmd-hii must prominent characteristic is hit ahqqngg friim class picturex-hut the individual members' axsimilatitin lw the Tlllldlilllllllla :rtitip lim lween a xtiurce of wonder to all interested '1fll4lUl'iCl'i. ll thiQ Qtatement it paradoxical, 90 is the Class of Illill. .-Xiiiliewtl mid-century graduating class leaves hehind it an llfllhllll numlaer of record pertcirmances We have, nl cnuixe, fiur share ol niuxclee and sinews, and the riltl athletic standardw have Nurlered inure than eiiinewhat, hut impiegnalile numerical marls have been created during the paxt ffiur years in every field from beer ctinvumpticin tci imluxion tin the l3ean's Lixt, lor lwiitli of which we lwlushingly how nur headi NumlwerQ have laeen nur diitinguisliing feature, and we shall he remc-mlaered ltir them, if for nothing elxe. Prtilexsor Salmtin will alwayi rememlaer the days when he needed uxlietw lor his Ruwian l'liQtnry clawes Dean Bacon will alwayw remember the auxiliary miinecigrapli machine he needed fiir our Chapel ntitices ll our rtipe-pull ullort and lreQhman lightx are forgotten, the management of the .-Xmherxt cinema palacex will long rememher nur faithtul heavy attendance at the flicks. lf the lleciue Chapter ie lorgotten, ,ltiiek Diner will lnng remember the ciutgciing lltiw of hanil1urgerQ and nearflaeer If this last large vestige ttf the Old Curriculum is l-iirgfitten, .Xl Gueit will long rememlaer the hopes he nurtureQ fur our leur- hundred potential millionaire philanthriipiQt4, And we will rememlaer Anilierxt-lrmtlly. Crt-vii. Pi viztiw -"i1HR1tl'fivi11'tw l"Ul-lflll lflltlw llf l'vt'vmit, liiliii fi Mtv, lv Setieliirv titmiit F fiuiiiziil fliiiiiiim 'W xi , . , "U -- , ' '.ffifv. X ' ,is .V ', ' 1 - K gt I X ' f""- i A ix 31. . itfei V 5: -,ii-sr , - . ' Q-2 , ,g f ' ' ., -x ' lc.-.' 1 -' P 1 M-A-if fi- ,- gg, -fwi-Sig, 2 i 1 1- 2 3352 iw +3-F t - V-'fV"' 7 " T ii, 3' ' 1 9 ' 5' 'llifalif 9 '.'flw"SQ' , li 5 Ml - A' . J. if ' ,llagt-l,1iir 'lliiiiilml lIl't'lllY'Nt'l't'll M ,u :Lh 1 , ,,, . , bllq V ww, . r , .x1 wg, l,,, .: .., . ,.'- . '- f l A 3 Y 2. .X J. 'T l VI 4 An he rt ' N 5 f Q . 7 N, U t ,V V if K, if Z. : .2 'L ,if ,ig we H iss. sign, i '5f'f'x fr." , vflf'-'Y' I W' Fl' 'C A - 9 , -. - swam 5-:fjfr-9:-1 - is 11.1.9 ff - ., xx " LX.:-: i rffggyvsf ,. Q -,H 'f . ' .S -- k A A 4 Af f " 5T?A'if'J:Qf5-QF't2P' . f'-."?:,3?rf1 'X 1 A 7' is ' " T' , H A . sign., fl M My rams A . if ,silky ii. .ez C NA Q T .f 4 X P A A .5 Q M Q 1 A AMHERST Gordon Ross Ainsworth PHI DELTA THETA 2636 l0th Street, Moline, lll. Donald Clarke Aitken 775 Central Parkway, Schenectady 8, N. Y. Crew tl, 23, C-lee Club tl, 2, 3, 43, Christian Association tl, 2, 3,4, Secre- tary 43, Choir Q2, 3, 4, Manager 43. John Sanborn Aluord KAPPA THETA Toyon Ranch, Ojai, Cal. Soccer Cl, "5O"3, Student fl, 23. David William Anderson THETA Dl?l.TA Cm 106 Eastwood Circuit, XVest Roxbury 32, Mass. Masquers C2, 3, 4, Business Manager 43, Forrest Gillespie Anderson BETA THETA Pl 122 East 76th Street, New York, N. Y. George Ernest Anderson, Jr. Pm DELTA THETA IOOS Boulevard, XVestField, N. j. Cross Country Cl, 23, Track tl, 2, "50"3, Touclfstone KI3, C.A. Cl, 23, Outing Club Cl, 2, 3, 4, Director of Activities 3, Vice-President 43. Oh, Lord Jeffrey Amherst Was a Soldier of the King . . . And He Page One jlllllltlfftl LTwenly-czqlvt OLIO ' I95O Edmund Lathrop Andrews Pin GAMMA DFLTA 234 Laurel Avenue, Highland Park, lll. Band 4l, 25, Phi Beta Kappa 445. Stafford Elmore Andrews THETA DELTA Cui 2995 Courtland Boulevard, Shaker Heights, Ohio Football 415, Wfrestling 41, 2, 3, "50"5, Crew 41, 25, Masquers 42, 3, 45, Pre-law Club 425. Howard W. Arnold ALPHA DFl.TlK Pm R.F.D. iii, Norwalk, Conn. Crew 41, 2, 3, 4, "A" l, 2, 3, -1, Cap- tain, 35, Chest Drive 425. George Arthur Athanason Loan blisrrrnv Amurnsr Cum 35 Squire Street, Hartford 6, Conn. Football 415, Touclastone 42, Editorial Editor 25, Christian Association 41, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 45, Chest Drive 42, Publicity Chairman 25, Debating 42, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Delta Sigma Rho 35, Political Union 42, 3, 4, President 35, Pre-law Club 42, 35. Theodore Mayo Atkinson. Jr. Pin ALPHA Psi 8 Chestnut Street, Wfinchester, Mass. Soccer 425, Tennis 4l, 2, 35, Outing Club 41, 2, 35. Frank Karl Austen THETA DELTA Cru 817 Delaware Avenue, Akron, Ohio Cross Country 42, 35, Indoor Relay- Track 42, 35, Track 42, 3, 45, Phi Beta Kappa 435, Pre-med Club 42, 35. Came from Across the .HSA 'Qw- , ea . . . To the Frenchmen and the Indians Patti' 1 Hn llllllillftl TIl'EHlT-tlltl AMHERST ,- Phillips Babcock DELTA UPSILON 135 Gifford Avenue, jersey City 4, N. j. Q Tennis 11, 2, "5O"5. Carl H. Bach DELTA UPSILON 721 Doloson Street, Evanston, Ill. Swimming 11, "A"5, Clee Club 115, Flying Club 135. Robert L. Bailey Plll DELTA THETA IS-11 Harlem Boulevard, Rockford, lll. Lacrosse 135, Band 11, 2, 35, House Management Committee 13, 45, XVAMF 135. Hunt., Arthur Ruey Baker, Jr. TlllfTA DIEl.TA CHI Wfhippoorwill Crossing, Chappaqua, N. Y. Skiing 115, Masquers 13, 45. Marclick Baliozian 33 Larchmont Avenue, Larclimont, N. Y. Student 125, Olio 125, Touchstone 12, 3, Associate Features Editor 2, 35, Flying Club 13, 45, WAMF 12, 3, Technical Director 2, 3, Secretary- Treasurer 2, 35, A.P.A. 11, 2, 3, 4, President 1, 25. James Hutchinson Balmos ALPHA DELTA Pin 125 Gates Avenue, Montclair, N. ,l. Soccer 125, Squash 11, 2, 3, -1, "A" l, 2, 3, -1, Captain 35, Tennis 11, "5o"5. He Didn't Do a Thing . . ln the Wilds of This Wild Country . I nn 11 it llnmiicil Ll-lllllj' OLIO ' 1950 Jerome Balmuth LORD DIFFFERY Ammzasr Cum 3037 Sedgwick Avenue, New York 63, N. Y. Phi Beta Kappa 133, Political Union 11, 2, 33, Philosophy Club 11, 2, 33. Henry Hyde Banta, Jr. KAPPA THETA 1109 Helene Avenue, Plainfield, N. J. Football 11, "soup, Joseph Edward Banta DELTA KAPPA EPsu.oN 315 East 56th St., New York, N. Y. Phi Beta Kappa 143. Charles Anson Barker Tiusm X1 Storm King School, Cornwall-on-Hudson, N. Y. Soccer 13, 43 , Cross-Country 123 , Track 11, 23, Sailing 11, -13, C,A. 113, Soccer Manager 13, 43. Louis Byington Barnes Pm ALPHA Psi 150 North Mississippi Boulevard, St. Paul, Minn. Football 11, 2, 3, 4, "SO", "A" 2, 3, 4, Captain 43, Track 11, 2, 3, "SO", "A" 2, 33, Class President 12, 33, Crlee Club 11, 2, 3, 43, Chest Drive 133, Choir 11, 2, 3, 43, Student Council 13, Treasurer 33, Sphinx 133, Scarab 143, Richard Earl Barnett Truim Xi 25 Central Park West, New York, N. Y. Pre-law Club 12, 33. And for His Royal Majesty He Fought with All His Might . . For He Jhlilf l'l1t'Ji11ll1llL'1l Tl H13 tm MHERST Morton David Baron ALPHA DELTA Prll 7129 Kingsbury Boulevard, University City, Mo. 1 Football 115, Student 11, 2, 35, Chest Drive 135, Speakers' Association 135, Outing Club 1l5. Edward John Barry DELTA KAPPA EPslLoN 64 King Street, Holyoke, Mass. Football 1l, 2, 3, 4, uso", "A" 2, 3, 45, Basketball 11, 2, 3, "SO", "A" l, 2, 35, Baseball 11, 2, 3, 4, u50H, HAH 35, Sphinx 135. Max Becker, Jr. BETA THETA pl 800 Wfest Ferry St., Buffalo, N. Y. Soccer 135, Hockey 11, 2, 3, 45. Cheerleader 1l, 2, 3, 4, "A" 45. William M. Becker, Jr. CHI Pill 147 C-reenway North, Forest Hills, N. Y. George Bickley Beitzel ALPHA DELTA Pill 148 Summit Road, Springfield, Del. Co., Pa. Football 11, 2, 3, 4, 'f50", "A" 45, Crew 1l, 2, 3, 4, "AU 2, 3, 45, Ollo 1l, 2, 3, 4, Literary Editor 3, Manag- ing Editor 45, Chest Drive 12, 35, News Bureau 125, Cheerleader 135, Sphinx 135. K' ? John Francis Bergin Cru Pill 60 Marvel Road, New Haven, Conn. Baseball 12, 3, 4, "A" 2, 3, 45, Sphinx 135. Was a Soldier Loyal and True . . . And He Conquered All the Enemies IC Une Hullllltui jl.7ll'l5'-llUO OLIO ' l950 Rodman Richardson Black Cru Psi 7 Grandview Ave., Saylesville, R. l. Skiing 12, 3, 4, "AH 45, Outing Club ll, 2, 3, 47- Ashby Bladen KAPPA TIHETA 379 Ridgewood Avenue Glen Ridge, N. ,l. Philosophy Club C2, 3, 49. E. A. Grosvenor Blair CHI Psi Ashbridge and Roberts Roads, Bryn Mawr, Pa. Sailing C3, 41, Touchstone ll, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer SJ. Alexander John Blanton DELTA LlPsiLoN R.F.D. iii, Bradford, R. I. Swimming 12, "49"J, Tennis 42, "A" 25, C.A. up. Don B. Blenko Cin Psi Middle Road, Allison Park, Pa. Wrestling Cl, 2, "soup, Baseball ily, Student C2, 3, 4, News Editor 3, 4, Review Editor 45, House Management Committee fExecutive Committee 2, 3, 45. Theodore Boluch THETA DELTA CHI 52 Baker Street, Amherst, Mass. Golf 42, 3, 4, "A" 2, 3, 43. That Came Within His Sight And He Looked Around for More 1 'Plym N :X F ll- xngrgu, agp ., Q., 9 aff 257'-55"fr'E.f aegis 3-All AMHERST William Bradford Bond Kavvfx Tlll5I'A 5 Philbrick Road, Brookline, Mass. Cvlee Club 13, -lb. Donald Franklin Bozarth KAPPA Truim 20 Front Street, Walpole, Mass. Cross Country 42, 3, 4, "A" 2, 3, 4, Co-captain -ll, Indoor Relay-Track 63, -U, Track 13, -1, "A" 3, 4, Co- captain 45, lntramural Council QSJ, Political Union 12, 37, Student Coun- cil 145, Pre-law Club 42, 35. John Henry Bradner Duixm KAPPA EPSILON 22 Maple Avenue, Warwick, N. Y. Squash tlj, Hockey fl, 2, 35, Band tl, 29, Political Union HJ. Paul Errol Bragdon BITTA TIIETA Pl Corner of Brook and Leighton Roads, R.F.D, ii Portland, Me. Simient Cl, 2, 3, -4, Chairman 3, 45, .Touchstone tl, 2, Literary Editor l, 29, Christian Association 423, Debat- ing 1l,2D. George Winthrop Brainerd. Jr. Cin Pin 77 Manchester Road, Newton Highlands, Mass. Frank Allard Brooks THETA X1 529 East Chestnut St., Oxford, Ohio When He Was Through. . . Oh, Amherst! Brave Amherst! . HL lim lit l lzrlw'-loin OLIO ' 1950 Boardman Warren Brown lJi51.'rA KAPPA EPsn.oN 1670 Broadmoor Drive, Seattle, Washington cu, Crew 121, Pre-law Club 131, A.P.A 131- Winthrop Woods Brown Pin DELTA Tinsrfx 6211 Utah Avenue, N. XV., Wasliingtori 15, D. C. Soccer 11, "-19"1, Philosophy Club 12, 3, Secretary 2, 31. as?" -s John Robert Buchanan 7 Linden Drive, River Oaks, Fair Haven, N. j. Crew 11, 2, 3, -11. Richard Buffinafon 610 Poia Road, Scwickley, Pa. Squash 121, Olio 121. Lawrence Paul Burke, Jr. PHI GAMMA DELTA 15 Beverly Road, Rockville Centre, N. Y. Donald Schofield Burns CHI Pin 89 Gainsborough St., Boston, Mass. Wrestling 11, 2, "A" 1, 21. 'Twas a Name Known to Fame in Days of Yore. . . . May lt Ever Be 71.11711 1 mr llnmlml Tl7lll1 jul ',f?"L' fx X fgfvwjy QW l 1+:9, Wfi?5'frw1F2iFx1I I ,. . , . 1 K 1 1 WM L mMHLy.f.s' 4ik?l5EFI2ElPi PM cg H1 1- l fiff' -' .. N .x K WF HQFQEQTLF il E4:TQpgW:1X-ffgifafwiu I ...wif A ' f E1J.Qf7fnrL...,4f,,,.,1,-5f,Q,.,,,,,g4a,, , I 4ffusfc..,1m.,....ff1..f,4,ea.4f.,.,fm.,1rr,,feJf. Tmflf-:mffq-QQ, mMlfiLi1iiQfgRQr:Wi1 Q ,. 1 P, K 5 N V Z f ini Ward Burns hs., - Plll Al.l'llA Psi Kelton Street, Rehoboth, Mass. Student tl, 2, 3, 4, News Editor 2, Managing Editor 3, 43, House Man- new . , ,Wu agement Committee 12, 3, 4, Secretary -lj, Sphinx 135, Scarab L-1, President -lb, A.P.A, 13, -l, Chairman 3, -IJ. ,Q X Donald W. Butler D E L TA Ll P si L o N 70 Beacon Avenue, Holyoke, Mass. Football tl, 2, 3, -ll. John Parlzman Butler ,-V Psi LlPsn.oN mm 232 North McKnight Road, St. Louis 24, Mo. Soccer 41, 2, 3, 4, uso", "A" 3, 45, Squash 42, 3, -1, "A" 39, Crew ill, Student cl, 2, Business Associatej, .TUllLl,75lUllt' tl, 2, Advertising Man- ager 23. Peter Avery Button Biim Trina Pi 64 Wfoodbridge Street, South Hadley, Mass. Q George Edward Calvert PHI ALPHA Psi 222 Nelson Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. C.A. tl, 2, 3, -l, Secretary 3, Presi- dent 3, 43, Debating 12, 3, Vice- President SJ. Don Denton Canfield, Jr. Pin Gmima DELTA 70 Great Oak Road, Manhasset, N. Y. Outing Club HJ. Glorious . . . Till the Sun Shall Climb the Heavens No More. . l nh Um llnn.lie.l Tlwntvrsix AMHERST OLIO ' l95O John Alexander Cavins Plu DlEl,'l'A THl'l'A RR. 2, Terre Haute, Indiana Band 11, 2, 3, 45, Pre-med Club 11 2,3,45, Robert Haines Chamberlain A1.Pl1,x DELTA Plu I9 Everett Avenue, Norwood, Mass. Crew 13, 4, "A" 3, 45, Cheerleader 1I, 2, 3, 4, "A" 4, Captain 45. Robert Strong Chamberlain Clu Pm 3 62 Beach Street, XVesterly, R. l. MV' Basketball 11, 2, 3, 4, ws", "A" 2, 3, 4, Captain 45. Irving Lanfair Chidsey. Jr. Loma JIEVITERY AMIIERST Cum 164 Longview Drive, Longmeadow, Mass. Crew 125, Outing Club 13, 45, Fra- ternity Business Management 135. Roger Tanner Shiel Chrisler DELTA LIPsu.oN 4441 Westlliinster Pl., St. Louis, Mo. Q Touchstone 1l, 25, Christian Associa- tion 1 I 5. Maurice A. Clark, Jr. 73 Westlaiid Avenue, Rochester 7, N. Y. Freshman Swimming Manager 135, Managerial Association 135, Slurleut 11, 25. Oh, Lord Jeffrey Amherst Was the Man Who Gave His Name .lirlLlL'llllL'-lllll1ll1l Tl uh 1451 .... 7? W' tv. AMHERST Stirrat Holman Clark PHI GAMMA DELTA 564 Evanswood Place, Cincinnati 20, Ohio Squash 121, Track 111, Crew 111, WAMF 12, 31. Roderick Clarke ALPHA DELTA Pm 7 Faxton Street, Utica, N. Y. Clee Club 13, 41, Student Council 121. Edward Douglas Cobb CHI Pm 2l5 East North Broadway, Columbus, Ohio Cross Country 11, 2, 3, 4, "AU 1, 2, 3, 41, lndoor Relay-Track 11, 2, 3, 41, Track 11, 2, 3, 4, "A" 21, Intra- mural Council 4, Sailing 1l, 2, 3, 41, House Management Committee 141. Bruce Cobden KAPPA THETA 4115 Second Avenue, Troy, N. Y. lntramural Council 13, 41. George Freeman Conant THETA DELTA CHI 31163 Ordway Street, N. XV., Wfashington, D. C. Football 121, Swimming 1l, 2, 3, 4, "W", "A" 2, 3, 41, Baseball 1l, 2, "i1.1"1, Clee Club 11, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 41, Double Quartet 13, 41, Choir 13, 41, Sphinx 131, Scarab 141, XVAMF 131. D. Paul Cooney Pun ALPHA Psi 545 llinman Ave., Evanston, Illinois Cross Country 111, lndoor Relay- Track 1l, 21, Track 111, Student 11, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 41, Chris- tian Association 1l, 21, Fraternity Business Management 13, 41, Phi Beta Kappa 141. To Our College Upon the Hill . . And the Story of His Logaltg and e Clin' 'lluvulrtnl 1Tlvirl1'-wrllvl OLIO ' l95O Robert Locke Coppedge 'l'lll5'l'A Xl 1210 Oakridge Drive, Cleveland Heights QI, Ohio Wrestliiig 423, Track il, '23, Band 4l,2,3,43. Robert T. Crane BETA 'l'ii1?'r,x Pi l Leighton Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y, Phillip Williams Cranshaw Psi UPSILON 96 Berkeley, West Newton, Mass. Skiing Cl, "5O"3, Lacrosse 42, 3, 4, "A" 2, 3, 43, Hockey 44, HA" 4, Captain 43. Warren Cross ALPHA DELTA Pill 44 Elm St., Wfellesley Hills, Mass, Baseball 123, Clee Club 443, Chest Drive 133. Philip Sturgeon Crossen PHI ALPIIA Psi 65 Fair Oaks, Clayton l7, Mo. Tennis 113, Student fl, 23, Christian Association 12, 33, Band CQ, 33, Pre- mecl Club tl, 2, 3, 43. Clifford Woodworth Crowther Cin Psi 4 Cabot Street, Newtonville, Mass. Soccer 42, 3, 4, "A" 2, 3, 43, Indoor Track-Relay il, "A" 13, Tennis il, 3, 4, "SO", "A" 3, 43, Ctlee Club Cl, 2, 3, 43, Choir 12, 3, 43, Sphinx 133, WAMF tsp. Bravery and Fame . . Abides Here Among Us Still . . . You May Vinh fun' Tiizirtiitwi Tiu l Wi? 4. ,.f,,:, Q , F111 f 5 . .gg.,,fg-1. It-lrx 1' ,M H, XMB Ll V 1, 5 t i--1--' '-'.:, Wx .Q , ,..A, lk , ' e I r'- -3342243 R' if .ffifg . ,, N ' W' "" t effffieetf ,wav l , .x,V. .V wgw..t.- iii", " ? : Q1 '- Nzg vi x ,wx X -f ',W- .'QQ t gf ' Q AMHERST Harry l. Dalton THETA DELTA CHI 1649 Westfield Street, West Springfield, Mass. Student Cl, 2, 3, 4, Co-Sports Editor 47, News Bureau CQ, 3, 4, Sports Edi- tor -ll. George R. Dana, Jr. 30-l Andover St., Lowell, Mass. Thomas Chalmers Darsie, ll PHI ALPHA P51 H00 Rahway Rd., Plainfield, N. j. Tennis Qlj, Touchstone CU, Debating CS, 45, WAMF QD, Pre-law Club 137. Phllip Schuyler deGozzaldl CHI PS1 I47 Belknap Rd., Framingham, Mass. Indoor Relay-Track fl, 2, 3, UA" 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 35, Track Cl, 2, 35. Chandler Robert Deming THETA X1 154 Alden Avenue, New Haven 15, Conn. Samuel Richard Deslmone CHI Psi 5 Homer Wheaton Street, Worcester, Mass. Talk About Your .lohnnies and Your Elis and the Rest . . . For They Page One 7'l1u1dred1Fo:'ly OLIO ' 1950 Robert Arthur Dewey lqIIl.TA 151 LTA Cru 3 E. 3311 St., Wfillouglihy, Ohio Soccer 12, 3, HA", 25, XVre5tling 11, 2, 3, 4,"51'5", "A", 2, 3, 45, Ulm 125, Outing Cluh 125, House Management Committee 12, 3, 45. Eugene Macy Dickins, Jr. Loma ,l1fl'l'lTRY A.xuu5RsT Ci ui: Summitt St., Middleville, N. Y, Foothall 13, "49"5, Basketball 135, C-olf 115, C.A. 115, Band 12, 3, 45. Frank Westby Diver, Jr. Cru Psi 1104 Broom St., XY!ilmington, Del. C-olf 11, 2, 3, 4, "A" 1, 2, 3, 4, Crip- tain 45. Corso Gualtiero Donati BETA TIHFTA Pi 38 Highland Ave., Wfesterly, R. l. WAMF13, 45. Robert Weber Dowling Q94 Piu Armin Psi 13807 Drexmore Rd., Cleveland, Ohio Touchstone 11, 25, XVAMF 135. Thomas John Draper, Jr. Drilim Kfxmux Evsirorv 4154 Riverside Drive, New York City 25, N. Y. Are Names That Time Can Never Dim . . But Give Us Our Only 12111. llllt' 71mn1ic.iT :lx ri N c U sa-,Q .fs W Q!! -fQ'-' AMHERST Walter Dillaway Draper, Jr. 123 Kedzie, Evanston, lll. Donald Cowing Dunbar BETA THETA P1 53 Phillips St., Andover, Mass. Soccer 11, 2, 3, 4, "SO", "A" 2, 3, 45, Basketball 11, "A" 15, Baseball 11, 2, 3, 4, HA" 1, 2, 3, 45, Chest Drive 115, Fraternity Business Man- agement 13, 45, House Management Committee 13, 45, Sphinx 135. John Quincy Durfey. ll C111 P51 16-10 Wfoodrow Dr., Springhcld, Ohio Football 11, 2, 3, 4, "A" 45, Wrestling 11, 25, Indoor Relay-Track 115, Track 11, 25, C-lec Club 12, 3, 45, C.A. 125, XVAMF 12, 35, Pre-law Club 125, Pre-med Club 13, 45. Thomas Francis Eagleton DELTA KAPPA EPs11.oN 4608 Tower C-rove Pl., St. Louis, Mo. Baseball 115, Golf 115, Student 115, fl,OilClJSlOllt7 11, 25, Debating 11, 2, 45, Political Union 115, Pre-law Club 145. George Yale Eastman 19 Oakridge Ave., Summit, N. J. Tennis 145. David Gordon Eddy Main St., Avon, Conn. Cvlee Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Choir 13, 45. Jeffrey, He's the Noblest and the Best .... To the End We Will Stand uc 711111111011 H115 1110 OLIO ' I950 Thomas Robert Edwards. Jr. Pm GAMMA DELTA 707 Potomac Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. Phi Beta Kappa 133. Thomas Harte Eldredge PHI DELTA THETA 83-09 Talbot St., Kew Gardens, N. Y. Phil T. Elliott, Jr. ALPHA DELTA Pm 41 Dunsmere Drive, Rochester, N. Y. Football U3 , Student Council t I3. l Dow Eldon Emerson, Jr. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 43 Elizabeth Rd., Belmont, Mass. Hockey QI3. John Henry Esquirol, Jr. PHI ALPHA Psi 678 Pequot Rd., Southport, Conn. Basketball t3, Manager 33, Sailing tl, fiwwm s--s 4 2, 4, Student tl, 2, 3, 4, Sports Edi- tor 2, 3, 43, flouclastone 123, CA. 113. John Cushing Esty, Jr. . ., . .. Psi LIPs1LoN Box 714, Chappaqua, N. Y. QP S Soccer tl, 2, "5O"3, Squash tl, 2, Q "50"3, Clee Club fl, 2, 33, Double Quartet t2, 3, 43, Choir 433, House Management Committee 43, 43, Choregus of Sophomore Class, Secre- tary-Treasurer of Senior Class, Phi Beta Kappa Q43. A L mid ..,. , , - Fast by Him. . . Oh, Amherst! Brave Amherst! . . 'Twas a Name T'tn1uHut'llumliuil Ftrlx ll ut A M H E R S T David Winston Evans Cru Psi 1540 Howard Ave., Utica, N. Y. CA. CI3. Charles Henry Ewing Cru Pm Wfasbiugtou Lane, Rydal, Pa. Richard Russell Fernald THETA Dlil.TA Cru s .. 61 XVintl1r0p St., XV. Newton, Mass. Club 423, Student Council CI3. Anthony Ronald Fiske ...C-. C I u PSI --V-. 502 XV. Prospect St., Watertown, N. Y ,S 3. Y' r ,Q 1 " new if 35 f if J.. -9 xx., A I .:, Pre-med Club Ll, 2, 33. Richard Devereaux Foerster Psi LIPSILON Pine Lake, Hartland, Wis. 4, Manager 43. Theodore Foote R.F.D. :,lj:2, Amherst, Mass. Outing Club C3, 4, Secretary 33. Known to Fame in Days of Yore. . . May lt Ever Be Glorious . . c Humlr all LForl3'-jour X Swimming 123, Tennis Cl, 2, 3, "5fl"3, Cflee Club 13, 43, Pre-law Sailing fl, 2, 3, 43, Clee Club C2, 3, OLIO ' I950 Richard Benedict Foster KAPPA THETA Main St., Yalesville, Conn. Foothall 113, Swimming 123, Clee Club 13, 43, Choir 143, Pre-med Cluh 11, 2, 33. Jean Dominique Fourre Cin Pin 134 Bd. Voltaire, Paris II, France Political Union 133. Robert Burns Freeman, Jr. Pin ALPHA PS1 Cedar Hill, Cireenwich, Conn. Cross Country 12, 3, 4, Assistant Manager 2, Manager 3, 43, News Bureau 123, Band 11, 23. Dempwolf Frey Pin Al.PllA Psi Cedarville, Ohio C-lee Club 12, 3, 43, Band 11, 23, Choir 13, 43. James Francis Fulton ALPHA DELTA Pin 275 Marsh St., Belmont 78, Mass. Football 11, 2, "A" 1, 23, Fraternity Business Management 12, 3, 43, Sphinx 133. Alex McNicol Galbraith KAPPA THIETA 4908 Oakwood Ave., Downers Cirove, lll. Olio 123, Phi Beta Kappa 143. Till the Sun Shall Climb the Heavens No More. . 'Wx E 6 fllurnlr ul LTU 9524 f Mwgfirlqs me fx N 0 , . , . if FF MF HW IV? 3' ,ffl N F . fQM. d51iaeLgPim,Q'iL' sm 5 Msg Wflfil ff ' ' HN' g,i'fm 5wxMfi gig' W f,Jf.'H F lllfkf , 395' 9 , . X .X .- 9253 LiLf9+'ifff5fi! MIK Li YX.5FY?iirQ' if . -A U A ,Q r.,,.g.f4..L1i.f..E1fLli, I Anzac, 1.. mor- gov BL 46 ..,.?l1aLLA Qf...J.., .Q4.,.,l.,'tl2. me 47 57 . AMHERST Daniel Mauck Galbreath Psi LIPSTLON 2072 Tremont Rd., Columbus, Ohio Football cl, 2, 3, 4, "A" 45, Basker- ball 115, Sludenl 11, 2, 3, 4, Circula- tion Manager 3, Secretary 45, Chest Drive 12, 35, Sphinx 135. Terrence Dale Garrigan ALPHA DELTA PHI 64 S. Portage Path, Akron 3, Ohio Soccer 11, 2, 3, 4, "SO", "A" 3, 45, Student 12, 35, News Bureau 12, 3, 4, News Editor 45, Phi Beta Kappa 13, Undergraduate President 45. William M. B. Gates THETA DELTA CHI 109 Montague City Rd., C-reenlield, Mass. Football 11, 2, "A" 25, Wrestliiig 115,XVAMF135. William M. Genovese DELTA UPSILON Basketball 115, Baseball 11, 2, 3, 4, "A" 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 45, Sphinx 135- Joseph A. Geraghty PHI ALPHA PS1 4314 Kepler Ave., New York City 66, N. Y. Football 12, 3, 4, "A" 2, 3, 45, Basket- ball 12, 3, 4, "A" 2, 3, 45, Sphinx 135. Thomas Gray Getz PS1 LlPs1LoN 1111-11 St., Moline, lll. Basketball 11, 2, "A" 1, 25, Sailing 11, 2, 3, 4, Commodore 45, Olio 115, Clee Club 115, Prom Committee 115, Cheerleader 115. Oh, Lord Jeffrey Amherst Was a Soldier of the King . . . And He C Om' 741111111 C11 fF0r1','-Six OLIO ' l95O George Michael Gibson DIELTA LlPsu.oN I2l Leicester Rd., Kenmore, N. Y John Sinclair Gillies, Jr. Pm GAMMA DIZLTA 328 Howard Ave., Radhurn, N. ,l Richmond Horton Grant DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 552i Amestoy Ave., Encino, Gal. Football 113, Tennis ll, 2, "SO Mnsquers 143. Joseph Howard Gray, Jr. :S PHI GAMMA Dr31.'rA 24 Scotland Rd., Elizabeth, N. -I. Swimming 113, Tennis 113. Thayer Ainsworth Greene ALPHA DFLTA Pm 33 Lexington St., New Britain, Conn. Soccer 42, 33, Squash 42, 3, 4, "A" 3, 43, Baseball 113, Tennis 12, 3, 4 "A" 2, 3, 43, Hockey ll, 23, GA. fl 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 43, Fraternity Business Management K2, ' 33, Sphinx 133, Phi Beta Kappa 133 Paul Frear G riffiths , PHI GAMMA DELTA 48l4 Drummond Ave., Chevy Chase, Md. Soccer fl, 2, 3, 4, USO", "A" 2, 3, 43, Squash tl, 2, 3, "A" 33, Lacrosse 41, 2, 3, 43, Sailing C23, Olio qzy, Touchstone 113, News Bureau C2, 3, fx 4, Senior Correspondent 3, 43, Outing Clubfl,23. Came from Across the Sea . . To the Frenchmen and the Indians lknli' 1 lm' ll!lllll'lL'll Ftvls nun ne, ew A Q , fa 1 Q, , ' .. , -1.95: '13, , Y' N fljfl' di 'ff If Q' f A V , ,. 51 -fi, ' ': ,Q 1 ju .,-'l Nt, ' '1 i'f1gf. , Q. " . - .ya 1-151- At. . . , ' ugly sq., A ..f,-1,1-:-5'fc:,:,g ,, - ,- , E . 'A" , I- 'f V " , f , j gg j f . , :gg-5: ' ' A- fd? ' '1." v -I '5 ' ' rl" V T Jvffl 1. .' ,' 'i' " .f'i'-Q A .f"":1 .Z ,K 4 X I . .JZ-ti.. N53-7,1 5 " ' f , I - - s':.w'f f'.w11"rS- , ,,,, X fav gggys,-f -31, I ,I V ., 1- . A v.,,.'j fx. ,fggj.s,,,,' . A 3: 3 - -I ,NN-fl-534, .,g5,..',,,?Nw,g, '29 1 -fe" -,tqki 1: A. f -M"f1 Xi . X 3, .f 5.9, .. I A . .sl ,II-A.o:qgQg+45, V ' 3 W. , X, -, Qs 3 I-TTMg:,,'. :ix Z. . ' ,A ' , ' . .,5'If1+,sf!2Qw?,g- a 'ji-14,4 Q 1 ' Iexssifaiimflfsr.. 5.2 me ,E s.:f1 if A - A N, ', 3' ' ' uf . . . W H, A 3,7 Q,-. -.5 I. md ga .A ,ga s-?3,. d , . Q 4, .. if .ss -- 41:14-,gg , w is ' 3 ' '- ' .is 12, , w-Gum., ,X 1 1" fgwwl" f1',"A',, 1 ' , ' ?1.'::- '- : ' ' ' Q'-"ib.,5 ,.v, , 1' ,fx W , ',4q'Qg:,1f1,,,s.,.1:f,"ff ,H . A ai-'1 ' 12555 1 4 2. -, . -f X33 . .,. .-...,... .,,, , , A . .. Jysvf .5 .b ,,f:,, :3",,',tf,-'- gzgs. .1 I A 1 " 6 ' .5 3 1 ' AMHERST George Hall Grimes ALPHA DELTA PHI l 104 Lincoln Ave., Highland Park, lll. Swimming 11, 2, "5O"5, Cheerleader 12, 3, 45, Pre-law Club 13, 4, Vice- President 45. Robert Frederick Halsey PHI GAMMA DELTA 620 Monterey Ave., Terre Haute, lnd. C-lee Club 13, 45, Choir 13, 45, WAMF 13, 45. Robert Arthur Ham CHI PHI 292 Richmond Ave., XVest Haven 16, Conn. Joseph Raymond Hampson, Jr. PHI DELTA THETA 441 XV. St., Pittsfield, Mass. Soccer 14, Manager 45. Holsey Gates Handyside 762 Broadway, Bedford, Ohio Clee Club 12, 3, 45, Band 12, 3, 45, Choir 12, 3, 45, Phi Beta Kappa 135. Leesley Barker Hardy PSI LIIISTLON 122 S. C-rand Ave., Waukesha, Wis. Basketball 11, "5O"5, Intramural Council 12, 35, Chest Drive 12, 3, Chairman 35, Sphinx 135. He Didn't Do a Thing . . In the Wilds of This Wild Country Pluto One Y-luinlrctiTor1y-t'IglJI O 9 Q OLIO 0 I95 Shattuck W. Hartwell. Jr. Pm ALI-'llA Psi 1665 jefferson St., Muskegon, Mich. Soccer Cl, "5O"5, Student fl, 25 Clee Club Ll, 2, 3, 45, Band 11,25 Choir 12, 3, 45. Robert Phillips Hatch CH: PHI 490 Old Post Road, Fairfield, Conn. lndoor Relay-Track il, 2, 3, 45 Track Ll, 2, 3, 4, "A" 1, 35. William Craig Haus Pm GAMMA DELTA 2 Shadow Lane, Brattleboro, Vt. Football fl, 25. James Alexander Hawkins DELTA UPSILON 15 Kimberly Ave., Springfield Mass. Soccer Cl, 2, 3, 4, "SOD, "A" 35 House Management Committee 13, 4 Chairman 45, Scarab 445. Charles Rollin Head CHI PSI 1315 Davis St., Evanston, lll. Football cl, 3, 4, "son, "AH 3, 45 Robert Thayer Heald DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 68 Fogg Rd., So. Weyiiiouth 90, Mass. Football QQ, 35, Chest Drive il, 35. .59 X 1 . ms-' 9' Z.: N , N .,,. , .F A ' art N IT Q 'f'?"'- O, xv 5 And for His Royal Majesty He Fought with All His Might . . . For He Phila I lu e lllumlrell Lfurly-rx . g'- '55-Ri: sz-F-,AMX . ns, , ,se May-g ,5ifi',?3i,'?f'qg7441L7 Xaxyyg ' - ' 1 1 .K ' :Q ,I ' -l fsiiiiaiii X I ffl I' -Jw , ' . 1 .iv A 24521 .fm ww .xt M I ' xy .AQV ' , 1 '4 ' - - I .,., 1 X ,'-'.,. ,Q 1 e 11 if , gfliiflk X 1. s i 4 at 3, v 4 2 A F-A l 1 -. R., .fR.,,.,,.t fav,-,1. ss , aa.-.Q --1. ,alma .1 X1 2--as as:f:'-' pw. rm. ' will AMHERST Edwin Carlton Higgins, Jr. Di:1.'i.'x Llifsnox l IS Porter St., Manchester, Conn. Swimming 133, Pre-med Club 12, 39. George Elmer Hiller ALPHA lJl5l,T.-X Pin 2l0 Belle Ave., Highland Park, lll. Swimming 11, 2, 3, 4, "SU", "A" 2, 3, -ll, Student 1l, 23, Cheerleader 12, 5, An. Robert August Hinrichs Pnl ALPHA Psi 12 Schoolhouse Lane, Lake Success, N, Y. lireshman Football 1Managcr 3, 4J, ln- door Relay-Track 121, Pre-med Club 12, 3, 43. Conrad Robert Hirzel Pin Diilira Tin-'IA 6 Ballard Place, Fair Lawn, N. ,l. Squash 113, Ulm 12, 3, 4, Advertis- ing Manager 3, Business Manager 43, Flying Club 123, WANflF 131, A.P.A. 13, -l, Business Manager 3, 47. Field Howard Hobbs 24 Brookside Ave., Livingston, N. l. L, A. 12, 39. Frederick B. Hollister, Jr. ALl'llA Dliiyra Pin 58 Druid Hill Rd., Summit, N. nl. Soccer 1I, 2, 3, 4, "SU", "A" 2, 3, 4, Captain IJ, Basketball 13, Assistant Manager 35. Was a Soldier Loyal and True . . . And He Conquered All the Enemies l'u!e Hin llnu in l Tilly OLIC ' I950 Donald Bruce Holmes Al.l'llA Di5L'i'A Pin 3l5 Rodman Ave., -lcnkintown, Pa. Football 123, Basketball 123, lntra- mural Council 133, C.A. 14, Embassy Chairman3, Flying Club 123, XVAMF 2, 33. Richmond Benner Hopkins ALPHA DELTA Pin Highland Road, Rye, N. Y. Swimming 12, 3, -l, Manager 2, 3, 43, Squash 123, Tennis 123, Sailing 12, 3, 4, Captain 33, Hockey 123. John Francis Horty Pin DELTA THITTA SUI Luzerne St., lolinstown, Pa. Basketball 123, Golf 133, Intramural Council 12, 33, Student Council 113, Pre-law Club 1-l3. James Guy Howard DIQLTA KAPPA Evsuox 5976 North Bay Ridge Ave., Milwaukee, NVE.. Football 11, 2, 3, "so" 1, "A" 33, Indoor Relay-Track, Track 1l, 2, "A" I3, Sphinx 133. Paul Victor Hoyer Pin CAAiAiA IDIELTA I I2 Connett Pl., South Orange, N. l. Wfrestling 1l, 2, -l, "A" l, 2, 43, C.A. 1l, 23, Outing Club 1l, 2, 3, 43, Pre- med Club 14, Vice-Presidcnt3. Edwin Lawrence Hubbard Pin DELTA Tlllf'l'.-X 79l School St., NVebster, Mass. Outing Club 11, 2, 3, -l, TreaSui'er3. That Came Within His Sight And He Looked Around for More AMHERST John Wishart Hubbard Piu DELTA TIIETA 555, 318 Fisher Ave., Wfhite Plains, N. Y. Football 113, News Bureau 11, 23, Flying Club 11, 43, XVAMF 12, 3, 43, Ulm 123, Fraternity Business Man- agement 133. Robert Alan Huggins Pm ALPHA PSI 259 Maplewood Drive, Rochester 13, N. Y. Cross Country 113, Swimming 11, 2, "i13"3, Intramural Council 133, Clee Club 11, 2, 3, 43, Choir 11, 2, 33, Band 11, 23, Flying Club 113. David Wittmer Hunter Cm Psi Oak Hill Farms, Allison Park, Pa. Sai' Baseball 11, 2, 3, 4, "50"3, Intramural ii iiii Council 123. Robert Elliot Huson Cru Plll 44-1 Ellsworth Circle, San Mateo, Cal. Crew 11, 2, 3, -1, "A" 2, 3, Manager 33, Fraternity Business Management 1-13. Alan Litchfield Hyde BETA THETA P1 226 College St., Hudson, Ohio WAMF 133, Pre-law Club 12, 3, 43, Phi Beta Kappa 143. Charles L. Jackson Tmsinx DELTA Cru 120 Parkwood Rd., Rochester, N. Y. Soccer 113, Indoor Relay-Track 11, 2, 3, -l, UAH 3, 43, TYHCIQ 1l, 3, 4, "SO", "A" 3, 43, Intramural Coun- cil 113. When He Was Through. . . Oh, Amherst! Brave Amherst! . . llltl 13m llinnlicillfijlyfllvo 0Ll0 ' I950 Robert Blake Jackson Pm D151.lA 'l'l1lf1-A Wfashington St., Belcliertown, Mass. Selden Taylor James. Jr. Kfwm Tuiirfx Plaza Libertad, 1329, Montevideo, Uruguay Alexander James Jardine, Jr. THETA Xl 1423 Avenue "H", Brooklyn 30, N. Y. Chandler B. Johnson, Jr. THETA DELTA CHI 223 Sisson Ave., llartford 5, Conn. Fraternity Business Management 131 John Brooks Johnson, Jr. BETA THETA Pi 39 Lexington Rd., XV. Hartford, Conn Baseball 13, Manager 33, Sllltltflll Q2 35, Band il, 21, Pre-law Club 12, SJ Freeman Streeter Jones Tiuirfx Xl 204 Lincoln Ave., Amherst, Mass. Twas a Name Known to Fame in Days of Yore May lt Ever Be AMHERST Robert Douglas Jones Cui PHI Madisonville Rd., Basking Ridge, N. j. Phi Beta Kappa 145. John Harlan Jordan S2 Hitchcock Rd., Amherst, Mass. Football 13, -1, "A" 3, -15, Baseball 12, 3, -1, "A" 2, 3, -15, Basketball 125, Sphinx 135. David Howard Judge DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 11 Lathrop St., S. Hadley Falls, Mass. Debating 12, 3, -15, Delta Sigma Rho 135. ww George William Juergens CHI Pru 619 N. ,lay St., Rome, N. Y. Donald Harold Kaempf DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 1160 Sth Ave., New York City, N. Y. Skiing 115, Crew 125, Sailing 11, 2, 3, 45, Student 115, Olio 115, ffouclr stone 11, 2, 3, -15, A.P.A. 12, 3, 45. Jay M. Kaplan LORD JEFITIIRY AMHERST CLUB -10-1 May St., Worcester, Mass. C-lee Club 12, 3, -15, Double Quartet 11, 25, C.A. 115, Student Council 115, Philosophy Club 13, 45, 115, Phi Beta Kappa 1-15. Glorious . . . Till the Sun Shall Climb the Heavens No More. . 1 in Hut 'lluuilvtwl Fifli'-10111 OLIO ' l950 N A Pendleton Cooke Keiler Psi Llrsn ox 133 Elton St., l' l'mJ vitlcncc, ll. l. Sailing tl, 2, 3, 43, lluciccy HJ. Alexander MacDonald Keith IRI Llvsnnx hli Sth Aw. SKV., Roclicstcr, Minn. lnntlmll fl, 2, 3, Nl, "Stl , A 2, 3, ii, Wi-t-srliiig tl, 2, 3, 4, "A" 1, 2, it 3, 4, Cn-captain 3, Captain -lb, Cheat Drive tl, 37, Student Council il, 3, Ml, Vice-PM-sidciit -ll, Sphinx 137, Scarab 445. WH- Henry Way Kendall liiftim K,nfinx EPSILUN Mouse lllll Farm, Slinron, Mass. Skiing tl, 3, -li, Flying Clulw 12, 3, -l, Trcnstxrci' 37. Thomas Hopper Kenney 32l LOCUS! St., lil0i'cnCc, ixlfhx Frederick Raymond Knight ilh Spring Aves., Ellwtmd City, Pa. Carroll B. Knowlton. Jr. Pin Cixmmnx Dl'I.'l'.1K 93 Brooks St., XV. fNlcclf0l'Ll, Nlnss. Outing Club i2, 3, -U, Home Man- agement Committee t3j. Oh, Lord Jeffrey Amherst Was the Man Who Gave His Name f 1 lf' 7! i lr lfiilx in Bs TRU TEES OF MHERST COLLEGE RICHMOND MAYO-SMITH In ,Ianuarv ol IUSII Mr. .NIavofSniirli was named Chair' man ol the Board of Trustees, succeeding the late Dr, Allred E Stearns. Following his election to the Corporation in Nh: Mayo-Smith served on the executive, instruction, tra anity, hudget, and huilding and grounds committees. The nuv chairman prepared for college at the Collegiate School, New York City and graduated from Amherst in IUHU. Ile is w president ul the I'liinpton I'It'Ns. RICHMOND IVIAYO-SMITH, '09, B.A. I'resident, l'limpton Ihess Norwood, Mass. Chairman of the Corporation Dedham, Xlass. CHARLES WOOLSEY COLE, '27 PILD., Sc.D., L.H.D.. LIILD., LL.D. President ol the College Amherst, Mass. PAUL DYESS WEATHERS. 'I5, M.B.A. lreasurer of the Corporation Amherst, Mass, ARTHUR LEE KINSOLVING, '3I. D.D. Rector, St. ,Iames Church New York, N. Y. GEORGE EDWIN PIERCE. 'O9. B.A. Executive Vice-President, National Shawmut Bank Boston, Mass. LEWIS WILLIAMS DOUGLAS, 'I6. LL.D. United States Ainhassador to the Court of St. ,Iames EUSTACE SELIGMAN. 'I0, LLB. Lawyer, Sullivan and Cromwell New York, N. Y. FRANK LEAROYD BOYDEN. '02 Ph.D., SC.D., L.H.D., LL.D. Ileadmaster, Deerfield Academy Ueerlield, Mass. FREDERICK SAYWARD FALES, '95, B.A. Retired, Vice-President, Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc. New Rochelle, New York HENRY SELDEN KINGMAN. 'I5. B.A. l'resident, Iiarmers and Mechanics Savings Bank Minneapolis, Minn. FRANCIS T. P. PLIMPTON, '22, LL.B. Lawyer, Debevoise, Stevenson, Plimpton, and Page New York, N. Y. CHARLES BELCHER RUGG, 'II. M.A.. LL.B. Lawyer, Ropes, Cray, Best, Coolidge and Rugg Boston, Mass. fCLARENCE FRANCIS, 'I0. B.S. Chairman of the Board, General Foods Corporation New York, N. Y. 'EDWARD WILLIAMS EAMES. '22, L.H.D. Headmaster, Governor Dummer Academy South Byfield, Mass. 'RICHARD HARRINGTON GREGORY, '98, B.A Retired, Controller, XVestern Electric Company Montclair, N. ,I. 'JOHN JAY MCCLOY, 'I5, LL.D. Llnited States Iligh Commissioner of Cfermanx XY'ashington, I2. C. 'CARROLL BLAKELY LOW, 'I7, LLB. Lawyer, Low and l.ow New York, N. Y. 'WILLARD LONG THORP. '20, LL.D. Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Arlairs XN'fISIIIII:1IOI'I, I2, C. STANLEY KING. '03, LL.D. President Emeritus and Trustee Emeritus Amherst, Mass. ROBERT WASHBURN MAYNARD. '02, LLB. Trustee Emeritus l'resident, R. Il. Stearns Company Boston, Massachusetts JAMES ALFRED GUEST, '33, LL.B. Secretary of the Corporation Amherst, Mass. New York, N, Y. 'Ai usixi Tieusriiif I lgc' Qlivflwt' .Wm "Wi AMHERST Robert Davis Knowlton Cin PSI 93 Brooks St., W. Medford, Mass. Soccer Q3, -l, "A" 45, Swimming Q35, Lacrosse 13, 45, Hockey tl, 45, Chest Drive 425. Stephen Terry Kohlbry BETA Timm P1 625 Sherwood Dr., XVebster Groves, Mo. Baseball Cl, 2, "50"5, Student 42, 35, News Bureau 42, 3, 4, Senior Sports Correspondent5, Double Quartet L3, 45, Political Union CI5, Phi Beta Kappa C45. George Lynn Krause Psi LlPsu.oN 40 Wasliiiigton Terrace, St. Louis, Mo. Football fl, "50"5, Pre-med Club 425. Paul C. Kreitler KAPPA THETA 54 Walntlt Ave., Millburn, N. 1. C. A. C3, 45, Outing Club C45. John Gardner Kuniholm BETA THETA Pi l75 Lawrence St., Cvardner, Mass. Slllllwll 115. Russell Montague Lane CHI PSI 39 Fountain St., Pawtucket, R. I. Cross Country tl, 2, 3, 4, "AH l, 3, -15, Mardi Gras Committee L35. To Our College Upon the Hill . . . And the Story of His Logaltg and Page One Tlumireti fifty-six OLIO ' l95O David Nicholas Laux, Jr. BETA TlllfTA Pi 727 Main St., Dalton, Mass. Football 123, Skiing 42, 3, 4, Manager 3, 43, Track I23, Debating 143, Band C23, Outing Club C3, 4, Director of Public Relations3, WAMF C33. Richard Harris Lawrence. Jr. Pm DELTA THETA 4I5 Blossom St., Fitchburg, Mass. Michael Joseph Leary Cm PHI I42 Washington, Norwich, Conn. Baseball CI3. Dan Lee Loan JEFFERY AMHFRST CLUB 322 Shintang-dong, Seoul, Korea CA. qs, 43. Stuart Leeh BETA THETA Pi jackson Rd., Chagrin Falls, Ohio Swimming Cl, 2, 3, "5O" 1, "A" 2, 33, Crew C23, Student 113, flowch- sione CI3, Cheerleader Cl, 23. Charles Poague leffel DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 999 Michigan Ave., Evanston, lll. Football CI3, Lacrosse 41, 23. Bravery and Fame . . . . 1- .. ,W , ' 2 QUT ,w.,...w-v Abides Here Among Us Still . . You May Ihzgu lfJm',H1imlrCtl Frfh Lim . fr Qi f ,fi . ,t. '. ': .-,, I I3-. .Ai fffiiiikikf- 2353? X AK - -A V- - 4:,...:...'::. -A fm . AQ va , 4 A1 SPS , iii V 1, .. w .. ... .,1,, , n - - - Q. I... .,,.. :, . . - -.. : i gg .,si..eS 2 i I'3S'iH?1S'Si . Z 3:ig:i4 ,.:fQ .23-:.x1sgw,f'Z: .ei . . A A5 Q :"x13fi'.ff2f if - e W- , , . - ' 53,1-Agi,-,:g:., ...24q ,iw ngtx 2.5. .. r-if wp ' .2 .. .. ' 421. ..'.'e:'O x Av.O.9 3' .-'- 1 ' . ' - ' 125 , , J AMHERST Richard Alanson Leland CHI Psi 174 Sunset Ave., Amherst, Mass. Baseball Cl, 2, 33. Frank Marcus Lemp Pm DELTA THETA 31-1 XVisconsin Ave., Oak Park, Ill Wrestliiig tl, 2, 37, Track 13, "A" 3, 4, Manager 3, 43. Benjamin Harrison Linton THETA DELTA CHI 6902 Heyward St., Philadelphia, Pa. Baseball 1lJ,WAMF flj, Arthur Hunt Lockard DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 15 Douglas Rd., Glen Ridge, N. ,I Track fl, 2, 39, Football LID. Edward Joseph Lonczak DELTA UPSILON 26 Riverview Terrace, Chicopee, Mass Football Cl, 2, "5O" lj, Basketball qi, "So" 15, Baseball 41, 2, 3, "50", Captain lj, XVAMF 131. Robert Kingsley Long THETA XI 20 Indian Hill Road, Winnetka, Ill. Olio 121, Touchstone tl, 2, Circula- tion Manager 1, QQ. Talk About Your Johnnies and Your Elis and the Rest . . For They 'age Uno Hundred fifty-Cogilvt 4 OLIO 0 I95O Richard Goodman Loomis Cin Pin Fern 338, XVest Hartford, Conn. James Elbridge Lothrop Cin Pin Dover Point Rd., Dover, N. II. Robert Crain Low Cui PSI Sheldrake Lane, New Rochelle, N. Y, Soccer tip, Squash 41, 2, "so" 15, Clee Clulw tl, 2, 3, 49, Chest Drive tTreasurer Sl, Choir 13, -lj. Walter Thomas Lundell THIETA Xi 121 Vanderbilt Rd., Manltasset, N. Y. 1Tontl1.slone CZ, 35, Masquers CI, 2, 3, 4, Secretary -ll, C.A. tl, 21, Debating tl, QD. William Merrill McCormick CHI Pin 24 Everett Ave., Providence, Rhode lsland Robert Jackson McKean, Jr. Cm Pin 20 East C-rand St., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Touchstone ill, Debating 625, Stu- dent Council tll, Phi Beta Kappa t3y,WAMF tsl. We Digg.. ana...-we-QQ Q 3, 5 , f-" Y '. es? 'Q + iw' ' .2 .,., 5100 "'iib.,,,,,,W, . Are Names That Time Can Never Dim . . But Give Us Our Only lhnlt Hut! llninirti Tzllx unit . T356 X Q- icfwls ,. 1 JI-'M 69 GUN.-n-n 4 M' 1 w--p ,W 33' Wi- WRX 4.1 :ya . ,pe---ie, lisa, ew.. , AMHERST William John Mclaughlin, Ill Piu DELTA Timm 323 Bent Rd., Wfyncote, Pa. Football 1Assistant Manager 3, Man- ager 45, XVrestling 11, 25, Student 1l, 2, 3, 4, Credit Manager 3, Treas- urer 45, Touchstone 12, 3, 4, Adver- tising Manager 3, Business Manager 45, Sphinx 135, Scarab 145, XVAMF 13, 4, Advertising Manager 3, Busi- ness Manager 45, Managerial Asso- ciation 13, 4, Chairman 45. Keith McNamara Al,Pll1X DELTA Pm 2861 Neil Ave., Columbus, Ohio Cross Country 11, 25, Wfrestling 13, 4, Manager 3, 45, Indoor Relay- Track 11, 25, Baseball 12, 3, Publicity Manager 2, 35, Track 11, 2, "SO" 15, Managerial Association 13, 4, Secre- tary,Treasurer 3, 45, Olio 12, 3, 4, Circulation Manager 3, Treasurer 45, Debating 13, 45, Political Union 13, 4, Vice-Chairman 35, Pre-law Club 12, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 3, 45, Delta Sigma Rho 135. Brooks Robinson Major TIIFTA XI S Midland Gardens, Bronxville 8, New York Philip Elwin March KAPPA THETA 70 Concord St., Nashau, N. H. Band 11, 2, 35. Paul Alexander Marier PHI ALPHA Psi 3 Walker Ave., Andover, Mass. Soccer 11, 2, "SO" 1, "A" 25, Track 125, Cvlee Club 11, 2, 3, 45. Dauid Heston Marsh Pin ALPHA Psi 671 Argyle Rd., Brooklyn, N. Y. Crew 11, 25, Touchstone 115, Cvlee Club 11, 2, 35, C.A. 115, XVAMF 135. Jeffrey, He's the Noblest and the Best .... To the End We Will Stand lu UiiL'Hin1.1'ici1Sxxly GLIO ' I950 John Cherrill Marsh. Jr. Pin Disimx Truim 4-l North 22nd St., East Orange, N. J. WAMF rs, 45. Allen Martin. Jr. ALPHA DELTA Pin 32 Stellar Place, Pelham 65, N. Y. Squash 41, 2, 3, 4, "A" 2, 3, 45, Basehall il, 25, Tennis 43, 4, 'AH 3, 45, Chest Drive 435, Political Union 415, Mardi Cras Committee 43, Ad- vertising Manager5. Richard Earl Sherman Maxson Pin ALPHA Psi Sunnyhill Farm, North Amherst, Mass. Toiiclistone 43, 4, Associate Art Edi- tor 3, Features Editor 45, Masquers ts, 45, Geoffrey Conklin Mealand Cin Pin 330-l Sutton Rd., Shaker Heights, Ohio Football ti, 2, s, 4, UA" 2, 3, 45, Wrestling 4I, "SO" I5, Cilee Cluh 425, Sphinx 435. Phi Beta Kappa 445. David Hammond Means Psi LlPsn.oN 4 South 4th St., Lebanon, Pa. C-olf 42, 35, Chest Drive 435, Mardi Ciras Committee 43, Chairman5. George Nelson Meeks Pin AI.PllA Psi 5375 Marguerite Ave., Vancouver, B. C., Canada Fencing 41, 2, 3, 4, "A" l, 2, 3, -l, Captain 3, -l, Manager I, 25, CA. Q15- 'ii 4-ff W T' f 9 ASB i '15 Fast by Him. . . Oh, Amherst! Brave Amherst! . . 'Twas a Name 'Unity I Mn' Hun Q. 134, --qu H ? ffraxxn V 4xQEillgx 1k?': ' . X- . 4 4 ,xr 64, '.!x NS.-I T 4 I s f , 3 3 , 4,6 th .. I 1 1 . 16 N- R , ' . Q' A... -- 'N 4 4 4 T 4' Qt' M Y , 5 :..fg.4,.- ., We A 4 In 4. 1 AMHERST John S. Melin PHI DIZLTJX THETA 319 South Glenwood Springfield, lll. Track 6Manager 3, 43, Olio 62, 3, 4, Photography Editor 3, Chairman 43, Touchstone 623, Ctlee Club 61, 2, 3, 43, Chest Drive 1Secretary 33, Choir 63, 43, Managerial Association 63, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 33, Masquers 62, 3, 43, Phi Beta Kappa 643. Donald Blair Mesick PHI GAMMA DELTA I2 Xllfhipple Pl., C-reenwich, N, Y. Band 61, 23, Fraternity Business Man- agement 63, 43. Carl Edwin Meyer, Jr. Plll DISLTA THETA 7 Carden St., Cvreat Neck, N. Y. Flicks fs, 43. Herbert Hunter Middleton, Jr. ALPHA DELTA Pin 225 McClenaghan Mill Rd., XVynnewo0d, Pa. Voothall 62, 3, 4, "A" 43, lndoor Re- lay-Track 6l, 2, 3, 4, "A" 2, 3, 4, ln- door Track Co-Captain 3, Captain 43, Track 61, 2, 3, 4, "A" 1, 2, 3, 43, Sphinx 633 , XVAMF 633. Craig Holmes Miller Pm C-AATATA DELTA l Colt 1111 hus Ave., Montclair, N. j. Debating 643. Douglas L. Miller BETA THIETA Pl 73 Fuller Ave., Swampscott, Mass. Baseball 63, 4, Manager 3, 43, Hockey 643, Band 62, sp. Known to Fame in Days of Yore. . . May It Ever Be Glorious . . at Um. Him fred Sixty-Iwo oiio-1950 George DeWitt Miller. Jr. Psi Llvsuox in 948 Fairfax Rd., Birmingham, Mich. Sluiienl 11, 2, 33, Clee Club 11, 2, 3 43, Choir 13, 43, Phi Beta Kappa 1-13 Harold Frank Miller, Jr. TIIVT.-x DVLTA Cul 182 Lyncroft Rd., New Rochelle, N. Y Soccer 11, "513"3, Baseball 11, 2, 3 4,"51.3","A" 2, 3, 43. Harry Charles Miller. Jr. . TIHATA Xl 4213 l.inwood Ave., Ridgewood, N. J. . Squash 1Manager 2, 33, Tennis 1Manager 2, 33, Toitclislum' 123, Fra- ternitv Business Management 12, 33, House Management Committee 12, 33, Pre-med Club 11, 2, 3, 43. Robert Douglas Miller Psi Llvsuox 19 Croton Rd., Stratford, 3Y'ayne, l'a Football 11, 23, Crlee Club 11, 2, 3 43, Choir 143. John Houston Mitchell, Jr. Drrrfx Karim Errsueox 32 Overbrook Lane, Longmeadow, Mass. Basketball 11, "513"3, Tennis 11 "50"3. Theodore Glenn Mixer Brin Tiui'r.x Pi 1626 Elwood Ave., Flint, Mich. Soccer 11, 2, "50"3, Wlrestling 11, 2, 3, "5l3"3, Olxo 113, ,lomluloiie 1l 23. Till the Sun Shall Climb the Heavens No More. . iF"""' fir' 4 Q, was Y 33" ' .mt-l .fl 121.11 'fm llnviiiit 1 Nfxlx ll t ' s. ,we- MW. 1 mp X 2,9 . r M' .mst 'i!'..T.'-..-'E-T QQRB.. f3's5i?:l-5' ' , -xii. ' - -. , r-.s'z.:.,.1g-.,- . ' -' 5 ' 2' 11: . '-'fvgtxw-. -11222515 - we -' "sf3'-75,5 if -- " , ' 'g j1,,,nlsZ:gg.s5fg ,, -' 1 :.',,.,:.:3.:fmi- 'P '9 . 1, .1 ,,,-m,..h,..,.,,. 322 X 'iliififi'-fSi'-.71 , 'Vi' : '1II:l'.?i2.N. "4 een, ,Qian , j - in si-5 . X 1 T. 1. -,.- S fl'l.1.i1 .-A Eclzgig-tggbil : r f 1 on li? Q fi' FI U11 uc 'Hu f-9: irwu AMHERST Samuel Johnston Moffat DELTA UPSILON 29 Sutton Place South, New York, N. Y. Llouclaslonc 135. Sven Eric Molin THETA DELTA Cru 9154 Berkeley Rd., Wilnriiigtori, Del. Band 11, 25, XVAMF 13, 45. Parker Lewis Monroe, ll Pm DELTA THETA 240 Blackstone Blvd., Providence, R. I. Clee Club 11, 2, 3, 45. D. Reynolds Moore BETA TIIETA Pl 205 E. 17th St., Brooklyn 26, N. Y. lndoor Relay-Track 11, 25, Lacrosse 1l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 45, News Bureau 12, 3, 4, Senior Sports Correspond- cnt5. H. Bigelow Moore BETA THETA Pl I0 Appleby Rd., Wellesley' 81, Mass. Cross Country 125, Swimming 125, C.A. 11, 2, 3, XVork Projects Chair- man5, House Management Commit- tee 125. Eugene Ewan Mori THETA DELTA CH1 1045 Landis Ave., Vineland, N. ,l. Flying Club 125. Oh, Lord Jeffrey Amherst Was a Soldier of the King . . And He rmlrul Slxly-four OLIO 0 I95D Duane Morris Pin Cawnxnx Diiljm Box 352, R.F.D. i4p2, Greenwich Rd., Barberton, Ohio Band 12, 39, Phi Beta Kappa 439, Sigma Xi Club 13, -lj. 'Tl' Grafton Martin Mouen Tinira Dlfl.'l'.'X Cm 222 XV. Harrison Ave., Maumee, Ohio Golf tl, 2, 3, 4, "A" I, 2, 3, -l, Cap- tain 4, Manager 2, 33, Clee Clnh 443. Pierre Bracq Moulton l l Chestnut St., Wellesley Hills, Mass. Kirby Theatre Cvuild ll, 23, Curing Club lib, Flying Club tl, 25. C. Milner Mousseau BETA 'l'm?'1',x Pl Newburgh, N. Y. Thomas Paul Mullen Sl Ledgecrest Ave., New Britain, Conn. Phi Beta Kappa 133. Rowland Holcombe Muller KAPPA Tlurra 164-C Edgewater Park, New York, N. Y. C-lee Club 145. Came from Across the Sea . . . To the Frenchmen and the Indians lkm. 'lm' llllllllltkl N 1' PRESIDE T OF THE COLLEGE CHARLES WOOLSEY COLE Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Sigma Rho, Delta Kappa Epsilon, B.A., Amherst, 1927, PhD., Columhia, 1931, L.H.D., Amherst, 1942, l.L.D., XVilliams, XVesleyan, and XVagner, 1946, l-itt,D., llamilton, 1943, Sc.D., Clark- son, 1943. American Economics Association, Ameri- can llistorical Association thlemher of Council 1947-491, Council on lforeign Relaf tions, Economic llistory Association, Ameri- can Academy of Arts and Sciences. Department of History, Columhia Llniver- sity, 1929-1935, Department of Economics, Amherst College, 1935-19411, George D. Olds Professor of Economics, Amherst, 1937, Pro- fessor of History, Columhia, 19411, Chief of Service Trades Branch, and Regional Price Executive in New York City, for the Otlice of Price Administration, 1942-1943, Presi- dent of Amherst, 1946. Colleges are like people. Their individualities arise from a complex of distinctive traits and characteristics. This ninety-sixth edition of the Ulm records some of the features of life at Amherst-its tradition of being a singing college, its sports, its organizations, its social activities-which go to make up its personality and which taken together make it different from other similar institutions. ZZM WLZQQQ Page LThir1ecn 31 1 , 1 - . .. e, ,,,-. ',. ,,., L . 1 at Q- Q. , ' , AKD . s , Qifi.: T 'fllkx f' L "' Q1 , 32 Qc 3 4.45 ef 'I V, 'V I- -K-., if ts :ee nic, ,- ,-F'-: 'X Tic' 'XL' 1, 1'-4 ,JZJI 3 A " X. 1 1 ,A 7113,,k,:Li-,-1i17j:,:- ,f Q 'A' -I1 . x"'gt'-gk' .ivirl rr! .wif He Didn't Do a Thing . . ln the Wilds of glt'1Alin' ilirmlrtui Nixlv-si'Y AMHERST John P. Munn, Ill PHI ALl'llA Psi 6 Colt Rd., Summit, N. j. Wallace Joseph Murray, Jr. THETA DELTA Cm I5 Elmsgate Way, Rumford, R. l. Baseball 1l, "5O"3. Hardy Lewis Nathan KAPPA THETA l Lawrence St., Yonkers, N. Y. Debating 12, 33. John Calvin Neimeyer, Jr. DELTA LlPslLoN 680 Fairmount Ave., St. Paul 5, Minn. Football 11, 2, 3, 4, uso", "A" 2, 3, -13, Wfrestling 123, Prom Committee 12, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 33, Sphinx 133. Donald Frederick Nesbitt, Jr. TIIETA DELTA Cm 22 Westernview St., Springfield, Mass. Soccer 1l, 2, 3, 4, "A" l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 43, Basketball 11, 2, 3, 4, "SU", "A" 3, 43, Sphinx 133, Mardi Gras Committee 133. Roger Alan Neuhoff Psi LIPSILON Pond Rd., Kings Point, N. Y. Football 113, Soccer 12, "50"3, Track 11, 2, 3, 4, "50": "A" 3, 3, 43: Masquers 13, 43. This Wild Country . QLIO ' I950 Robert A. Newton Pm Psi l56 Arnold Rd., Newton Center, Mass. Track tl, "5tl"J, Pre-med Club lll. Brandt Nicholson lllfl 'IA Llvsn ox 626 Valley Rd., Glencoe, lll. Soccer 42, 3, -l, "A" ell, Skiing ll, 2, 3, -l, "A" 4, Captain 49, Track ll, 2, 3, "5U"J, Flying Club QIJ, Pre-law Club 1-lj. Gabriel E. Nisotis Loma llfl'lflfRY A.XlllIiRST Clllli l84 Victoria Rd., Hartford, Conn. CA. 119. John Russell Nixon ljlll DELTA TllETA ISU N. Miami St., XVabasl1, lnd. Football tl, 25, Skiing L-ll, Flying Club tl, 2, 3, Treasurer l, President SJ. George Edward Noyes e- 1 llH3'r.ix Dl3lfI'A CHI H38 judson Ave., Evanston, lll. Xllfrestling ll, Il, Fraternity Business Management HJ, XVAMF 42, 33. David Logan Oakes Cm Psi 6 Spring St., Mexico, N. Y. Football cl, 2, 3, 4, "io", "A" li, Baseball ll, "iU"l. And for His Royal Majesty He Fought with All His Might . . For He lhllli' 1 Pm' llizulllul Nixlw will Q K vs- : , '. Q qs. ,,5.L.. e, '.. Q L .1 1f 5f' - Q Q , -v4" 2 . , , 1 E . fg g iT ' ' ii ' 13,5 my ff - m ini x, f. ' r K x X X A ' f , ,,- , 1 1 ' QA" iii - " ' T E f.g5ffQ " ' 1 'Q I 'fgifffy .,.N, I, ,S sg .. - .1 1 wi ,. . 31 sw-Q, S .. F, 1s'.?,?6.a.x 1 .21, Q , AMHERST Donald Francis O'Brien IJHJVA LlPsu.oN 73 Bauer Terr., Elizabeth 3, N. hl. Harold Holmes Owen, Jr. Cul Pm R.F.D. 1132, Concord, N. ll. Soccer 12, 31, Track 121, Clee Club 11, 23, Prom Committee 12, 3, 4, Chairman 37, l3rnternity Business Man- agement 131, Sphinx 137, XVAMF 121, Phi Beta Kappa 141. Carl Clifton Owens, Ill IJ131.'r,x LlPsl1.oN Tower Hill, Wfayland, Mass. Thomas James Owens Cin Psi 542 Briar Cliff Rd,, Pittsburgh 21, Pa Squash 11, 2, 3, 4, "A" I, 2, 3, 4 Captain 41, Tennis 11, 2, 3, -1, HA' 1, 2, 3, 41. Henry Hall Paige Pm ALPHA P51 Forest Rd., Alpine, N. j. David Ross Palmer THIETA DELTA C111 225 Vnrick Rd., Wfnbnn, Mass. Cross Country 11, 2, "A" 23, Swim ming 11, 2, 3, HSOHJ, Student 111. Was a Soldier Loyal and True . . . And He Conquered All the Enemies lkuli' Une llrlmlrtnl Sxxiv-chili! I OLIO ' I950 Gerard Beekman Palmer lJl'l.'l .ex Kavrnex lirfsuow '.-is lI71l Sth Ave., New Yorlt, N. Y. we , Football 1l5, Crew 12, 3, -l, "A" S, P 4, Captain 45, News Bureau 12, 3, M... Senior Correspondent5, Outing Club sf, "Ire 1 . I X... 4' 'md ' s Q3 ' 1 I 5 , Irwin Leonard Park, Jr. Al mm D1'l'l.x Pill . 'Qi ."' 725 N. Mt. Pleasant Rel., . . it S Philadelphia ISP, Pa, is fr 4 X se , D '34 4 as ., fm, 51, ,, X 25 ,s K. Soccer 1l, 2, 3, "i15"5, Basketball 13, 4, Assistant Manager 3, Manager 45, Glee Club 12, 3, 45, Choir 12, 3, 45. Kenneth Langroise Parkhurst Pru Ai.r'u.fx Psi . 4""" 25152 Xllfyclille Ave., Roanoke, Va. iivq ffouclvstone 1l, 25, Oho 125, XVAMIT HAQP 125. , Wi., John McCleery Parsons Pin C.x.xi.uix Dririx 235 Delevan Ave., Corning, N. Y. Cross Country 115, Indoor Relay- Track 1l5, Debating 1l, 2, 3, 4, Pres- ident 3, 45, Speakers' Association 13, 4, President 3, 45, Political Union 12, Vice-President 25, Delta Sigma Rho 13, President 45. Samuel Allen Parsons Cru Psi aligns r' 4 Wilsori Rd., Signal Mountain, Tenn. Slmlenl 145, Toiaclnslurie 135, XVAlXll 135. Willis Gilman Parsons, Jr. Arrfrm Dlfl.'l.'X Pin 51 Hilltop Dr., West llartlortl, Conn. Football 11, 2, 3, 4, "A" l, 2, 3, 45, Track 1I, 2, 3, "A" l, 2, 35, llouse Management Committee 13, 45, Sphinx 13, President 35, Scarab 145, Phi Beta Kappa 145. That Came Within His Sight . . And He Looked Around for More lhnft' 1 Vue llurnlreil S1115 ill ll T111 ilu 'Hu 30315. hw...- rs K mv' im' M Ribs!" 59? A AMHERST Craig M. Pearson Cin PHI 78 E, Ridge Rd., Middletown, Conn. Football tl, 25, Student 42, 3, 45, Touchstone tl, 25, Student Council 43, 4, Secretary 3, President -15, Sphinx 435, Scarab 1-l5, Phi Beta Kappa C-l5. George P. Pendleton, Jr. 64 Elm Circle, XY!est Springfield, Mass. Soccer tl, "-l9"5, Skiing tl, 2, 3, -l5. Charles F. Penniman, Jr. KAPPA THETA 5063 Westminster Pl., St. Louis, Mo. CA. fl, 25. George Harris Pettee Cin PHI Allenton Rd., Hamilton, R. l. Kenneth White Phelon. Jr. KAPPA TIIETA 338 Knickerbocker Rd., Tenafly, N. J. Basketball 425, Fraternity Business Management 445. James Willis Pierson CHI Pin 233 Forest Ave., C-len Ridge, N. l. Football C15 , Soccer f2, 3, 45, Squash 12, 3, -1, "A" 2, 3, 45, Indoor Track fl, 2, 3, -l, Co-captain 35, Track 42, 3,-1, "so", "A" 2, 3, 4,Co- captain 45, lntramural Council 135, Outing Club 4 I 5 , Senior Class Marshal. When He Was Through. . . Oh, Amherst! Brave Amherst! . mimi Seventy OLIO ' l95O Charles T. Plough, Jr. Kaifiux 'l'in'i',x 731 Coastland Dr., Palo Alto, Calif. Cross Country 12, 39, lntrainural Council 12, 3, 4, Manager 3, -ll. Paul Harwood Plough. Jr. DH1.-x Llvsiiox 904 Overton Ave., Morrisville, l'a. Swimming 1l, 2, "SO", "A" 2J. John Worthington Porter DELTA LlPsn,oN 29 Hitchcock Rd., Amherst, Mass. Soccer 1l, 2, 3, "51V'J. Hamilton Samuel Porter Psi Llwsnox 2ll Preston Rd., Columbus, Ohio Stuart E. Price, Jr. Psi l.lI'Sll1lN 233 Preston Rd., Colinnhns, Ohio Baseball 117, Xlifrestling 13, Manager SJ, Stmlwit 1l, 2, 33, lloiiclislmie 12, H , 3, -l, Vice-Chairman 3, Chairman -lj, N qz, 4, X A.P.A. 13, Vice-Chairman 35, Phi Beta ' ,.: 21'11 , :-:, A ,JE " 1" Q Kappa 141. John Washburn Priesing A1 Pnfx Disiym Pin 45 Popham Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. Basketball 1l, 2, 3, "SU", "A" 2, Rl, Golf 1lJ, Slmlenl 1I, 2, 3, 4, Co- Sports Editor 3, Vice-Chairman 45, Sphinx 135. 'Twas a Name Known to Fame in Days of Yore. . . May lt Ever Be lhiilf fini llnnilviil N 1 H11 ni if ws s 5 W' Q5 fe if f ft U X wi I, P C X as M tak? . H 'li:?:2fii5f5ii . ,- . - - 1r24fs:.:'fQf-:. '4" -' ,sa -., mat.. - -2:-4 :Qs ,f 5.3 'J '- sxl , , - 5. . A 5 'jr A J! ji , "Isa " 1 5 ' - 'ls ff' Qu YN-fs Glorious . . . Till the Sun Shall Climb the Page1Jneflluu.hetlSeverity'-tivo AMHERST Richard E. Quaintance, Jr. Pin ALPHA Psi R.F.D. Katonah, N. Y. Lacrosse 12, 35, News Bureau 12, 3, Senior Correspondent5, Clee Club 13, 45, C.A. H5, Chest Drive 42, 35, Choir L-l5. Burton Ellsworth Randall, Jr. KAPPA THET.-X I9 McKinley Ave., Easthampton, Mass. Soccer fl, 2, 3, 4, "SO", "A" 3, -l5, Track fl, 25, Cvolf 125, flouchsloue 12, 3, -l, Literatures Editor5, Chest Drive LQ5, Phi Beta Kappa I45. Thatcher William Rea, Jr. Psi LIPs1LoN l-113 Longfellow Ave., Detroit 6, Mich. Squash 115. Stanley Howe Richards. Jr. KAPPA THETA 157 Brewster Ave., South Braintree, Mass. Alan Wood Richenaker Dizlfra LlvslLoN 308 Hamilton Pl., Hackensack, N. 1. Basketball tn, 2, 3, 4, "so", "A" 2, 3, -l5, Chest Drive 435, Fraternity Business Management 145, Senior Class President. Edward Ernest Rieck, Jr. CHI PS1 1340 Bennington Ave., Pittsburgh 17, Pa. Pre-med Club 42, 35. Heavens No More. . OLID ' I950 Christopher Sibley Riley Loma -ll7l'l7lERY AMIIFRST Cum 5222 Browvale Lane, Little Neck, L. l., N. Y. Crew 123, Masquers 12, 3, 43. David Lewis Rogers PHI Cmmia Dl'l.T1N 102 Aspen St., Chevy Chase, Md. C-lee Club 13, 43, Choir 143, Outing Club 123, Pre-med Club 13, 4, Secre- tary-Treasurer 43, Phi Beta Kappa 143. Lawrence T. Romel PHI GAMMA DHTA 192 Affleck St., Hartford, Conn. Phi Beta Kappa 143. Hugh Rosaaen, Jr. pill DELTA TIIVTA 32 Middlesex Dr., Brentwood, Mo. Squash 11, 2, "50"3, Baseball 123. G. James Roush, Jr. Armin DELTA Pin Major Rd., Peninsula, Ohio Football 1l, 2, 3, 4, "A" I, 2, 3, 43, XVrestling 1l, 2, 3, 4, "A" I, 2, 3, 4, Captain l, 33, Track 11, 2, "A" 23, Sphinx 133, Scarab 143. 1 Edward Hammell Rowen, Jr. Cm Pm 190 Alden Ave., New Haven, Conn. Oh, Lord Jeffrey Amherst Was the Man Who Gave His Name 51: o 0 ,i',n1g1lv1t ,7linn1'1ctl51'1 'L A... , . . AMHERST x 1 N ' i. . , .. . :c - gg? , .':. .. Q X 'X - .- John Carrere Rowland Cm PHI Norfolk, Conn. Cross Country ll, "soup, Wrestling tm-..., f1,2,3."A"2,sn. Harold Irwin Rozefsky BETA THETA P1 35 S. Lenox St., XVorcester, Mass. Ii Q Wx wk if , John Gordon Russell ' h BETA THETA Pi QE-. 39 Algonduinwood XVehster C-roves 19, Mo. lou l 1 Golf 41, 2, 3, 4, "A" 2, 3, 43, House Management Committee 42, 35. m e vs, Thomas Francis Ryan, Jr. Cru PHI on Dearborn St., Springfield 9, Mass. Richard Wallace Sabin CHI Psi fgb ' . 2325 S. W. Sherwood Dr., Portland, Oregon Emerson Randolph Sausser Cm Psi 703-C Alden Park Manor, Philadelphia 44, Pa. Track ll, 25, Chest Drive QZJ. To Our College Upon the Hill . . And the Story of His Loyalty and Page 1 Hn' ll iciii hull Scrcrilv-,loin OLIO ' l95O Lloyd Gene Schermer Loren Yll7l7l7lERY AMlllfRS'l' Crux 6226 Roscbury, St. Louis, Mo. Outing Club ll, 2, 3, 4, President 43, Sphinx 133, Scarab Secretary Hb. Gerard Charles Scholle KAl'l'A Tlll1TA Ox Ridge Lane, Darien, Conn. Andrew Ayer Scholtz DVLTA KAPPA Erbn UN Leeward Lane, Riverside, Conn. lfommll qi, 2, 3, 4, "sn" 1, "A" 2, 3, 43, Sailing il, 2, 3, 47, Hockey lrll. Lewis Richard Schumacher Cru Psi 343 llewctt Rd., Wfyncotc, lla. Football ill, Wfrcstling ll, 2, 4, "SO" IJ, Prcfmcd Club ll, 2, 3, 49. William Kavanaugh Scott Psi Uvsuon lndoor Relay-Track ll, 2, 3, 4, "A' 1, 2, 3, 49, Track ci, 2, 3, "A" 25. Charles B. Selden Pin Dr5l,T,x Tuma 52l Ridgewood Rd., Maplewood, N. ,l. Swimming 12, 3, Manager 2, 33, C-les Club 13, 45, Choir Hb, XVAMF 137. Bravery and Fame . . Cross Country ll, 2, 3, "A" I, 2, 31, Y ma fini l 'ff .iw f , X -' lfffffifls' ' as-V ,N ' - S in .. Abides Here Among Us Still . . You May l'inIrJ f Jul ll1nnlvulMlLnl3 ln L fQ in ST.XX11.Y KIXIQ ROBERT 1f1,FTfQ1115R lR.,XNiflS 11115178 OTTO GLASIER iltlilt' 11111111 tu A RTHLIR HA XTIQR 1 1 Cl-A12l7NClE EASTMAN THOMAS ESTX EMERITI STANLEY KING Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, Amhei'St, BA. 19113, llarvarcl, MA. 19116, l.L.17.1 Dartmouth, 1932, Colgate, 1932, XVesleyan, 1932, Columhia, 1933, XY'illiams, 1936, llamilton, 1933, Rochester, 1939, Trustee, Amherst College, 1922-1932, Preaideiit of the College, 1932-19-16. Viesriieiit liiueiiluv. ARTHUR HENRY BAXTER Alpha Delta Phi, Qlohns llopkim, BA. IS94, Ph.17. 1393, Amherst, MA. 1hon.1 1923. Viulvwoi UfR011Ii111CC Lim- aimtlev, Ppieiilias. CLARENCE WILLIS EASTMAN XVoi'CeQter Polytechnic institute, BS. 1394, Leipzig, MA. and Phll. 1398, Amherst, MA. 1hon.J 1912. Tlmfewor' of ilu' Qeriimii Liilllcllltldt'1l11L1LIlt'111ll11L', tc,111t'11l119. THOMAS CUSHING ESTY PQi Llpsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, Amherst, BA. 1893, MA. 1997, l-L.D. 19411. 'Tlhllcer Piofwwi of .'1l1i11ieiim1icQ, Emeri- lim. ROBERT STILLMAN FLETCHER Chi Psi, Amherst, BA. 1897. Ulu Iilvviiritiii, Xiiieiitiii. FRANCIS HOWARD FOBES Delta Llpsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, llarvarcl, BA. 1911-1, MA. 1905, PhD. 1912, Oxford, BA, 1912, Amherst, MA. 1hon.1 1923. Clan of 1990 Profwsor' of Greek, ffiiieiilm. OTTO CHARLES GLASER Phi Chi, Phi Beta Kappa, ,lohns llopkinx, BA. 191111, PhD. 1904, Amherst, MA. thoii.J 1923. ffilimiifl S. lluilciiew Pruleswi' of Bitwlodv, ffiiiwilm. AMHERST John Robert Shrewsbury BETA THETA Pl 3108 Martha Custis Dr., Alexandria, Va. Richard Lord Fulton Simons Psi UPSILON 702 Longmeadow St., Longmeadow, Mass. Squash 123, Golf Cl, 2j, Student Cl 2, 37, Fraternity Business Manage ment C2, 3, 4, Senior Auditor 4 Chairman 43. Walter Alexander Sims CHI Pin 345 Grotto Ave., Pawtucket, R. l. C.A. 123, Political Union 635, Cheer leader tl, 25. David Macowan Sinclair DELTA UPSILON Gilliam Lane, Riverside, Conn. Soccer tl, 2, 3, "5O',J, Sailing Cl, 2 3,4l,St1arlentClJ. David Joy Singer 1050 Dark Ave., New York 28, N. Y John Lewis Sisk DELTA LIPSILON 41 Fuller Dr., Madison 4, Wis. Talk About Your Johnnies and Your Elis and the Rest . . For They C Hum li tl Nu tnlv-six QLIO ' I950 Robert William Smart 87 Butterheld Ave., Amherst, Mass. vas C.A. 4335 Outing Club 131. , A YQ"-H' "4 wiv' Clifford Hinckley Smith. Jr. DE1:r.x KAPPA EPsu.oN ,. K 2312 Lincolnwood Dr., Evanston, Ill. Q 4, IRS Basketball 4 lj 5 Baseball il J 5 Chest 6 Drive CID. V I Ads? ki . V. , .,,, ,. .Vai George Franklin Smith DELTA LIPsu.0N 44 XVinnicoasl1 St., Laconia, N. ll, Baseball Cl, 2, 3, 45 "50"J5 Pre-law Club 121. J. Kellum Smith, Jr. Cm PS1 430 E. 57th St., New York, N. Y. Soccer il, 2, 35 "5l"5 "A" 2, 35 Cap- tain ID5 Lacrosse tl, 255 Clee Club tl, 2, 335 Choir 42, 335 Sphinx l3D, Executive COITIITHIYCCJQ l'l1i Beta Kappa 143. P. Kingsley Smith is KAPPA Turn - ,N Box 340, Minto, a Av' A New Brunswick, Canada """ "' ' News Bureau 42, 3, 45 Home News EditorJ5 C.A. Cl, 255 Band il, 27. Robert G. Smith KAPPA THETA 2405 Burns Ave., Detroit, Mich. XVAMF 13, 45 Secretary 45. Are Names That Time Can Never Dim . . But Give Us Our Only Page One Jlurnlrui SCl'ClllYf5El'Cll is -,-,L I ": , Y i t , - . .pw 1 Q -wwe'-A AMHERST Winfred Wenner Smith, Jr. Linden St., Coopersburg, Pa. Cvlee Club Q-O. Peter Andrew Soderbergh ALPHA DELTA Pru l35 Harrison St., East Orange, N. ,l. Cross Country 12, "5O"D, lndoor Re- lay'Track Cl, 2, "A" QD, C-lee Club ill, Double Quartet QI, 2, 3, 4, Di- rector -ll, Masquers QQ, 3, 4, Vice- President 45, Sphinx QS, Secretary SJ. Philip Whitney Spaulding P51 UPSILON lndian Hill, R.F.D. Collinsville, Conn. Soccer 41, 2, 3, 4, "5o", HA" 2, 3, 45, Squash tl, 2, 'i50"J, Clee Club Cl, 2, 31, Choir QQ, BJ. Richard Allan Speer DELTA UPSILON 12 Hope St., Stamford, Conn. E. Thomas Steadman Psi UPSILON 107 Christopher St., Montclair, N. J. Clee Club HJ, Double Quartet 13, 47. Robert Dow Steketee Psi UPSILON 649 Cambridge Blvd., Grand Rapids, Mich. Squash ll, 2, 3, 4, "A" 1, 2, 3, 45, Tennis Cl, 2, 3, "A" 2, 3, Captain SD. Jeffrey, He's the Noblest and the Best .... To the End We Will Stand Page One j'lll1lL'lI'CL'i Seventy-eiglJt OLIO ' I95O Eir""? George Alan Steuber Al.PllA DISLTA Pin b 1598 Highland Ave., Rochester, N. Y. g 3 M Football 11, 3, 4, "50" I, "A" 3, 43, gre? N 3' Baseball 11, "50"3, Hockey 123. -M. David Austin Stevenson Q Pin Armm Psi V- X R 216 Euclid Ave., Albany 3, N. 3. . 4, 3 2 K Swimming 1l, 2, 3, 4, HA" l, 2, 3, 4, IVAA f 3 X X Captain 43, Cvlee Club 1l, 2, 43, ,SSNAM I Choir 123, Pre-med Club 12, 3, 43, P ii' I A M Phi Beta Kappa 143. n X William Albert Stevenson f lg ' Cru Pm ! l ,Q 8 Park St., South Hadley, Mass. in-1 Cvlee Club 11, 2, 43, Band 1l, 23. 3 Charles Lyman Stewart, Jr. DELTA LIPsu.oN 45 Caizizoll Ave., Norwick, Conn. Crew 13, 4, "A" 3, 43, Flying Club 13, 4, Secretary-Treasurer3, Prealaw Club 143, Phi Beta Kappa 143. 1 Reed Francis Stewart BETA Timm Pi 75 Milton Ave., Hyde Park 36, Mass. :fix i Skiing 11, 2, Manager I, 23, Outing Club 1l, 2, Secretary 23, Masquers 12, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 43. Donald Sharples Stiles Pm Cmnu.-x Di51qr,x 4 Ridley St., XVilbraham, Mass. Soccer 11, 3, 4, "50"3, Intramural Council 133, WAMF 133. Fast by Him. . . Oh, Amherst! Brave Amherst! . . . 'Twas a Name P11575 17314 llilllilvuil Su H111 mm AMHERST Jae Frank Gridley Stisser, Jr. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON .f it-2 " Q" ' 3 r f. x Perrot Woods, Riverside, Conn. Football Cl, 2, 3, 4, "5O", "A" 2, 3 -15, Basketball 41, "50"5, Indoor Re lay-Track il, 25, Track Cl, 2, "soup Cvolf 115, Intramural Council 13, 45 Sphinx 135. Robert Sharp Stitt T Q D. C 5 HFTA FLTA HI 15 Irving Pl., New Rochelle, N, Y. Football 11, 2, 3, 4, "A" 3, 45. William A. Swanston, Jr. DELTA LIPs1LoN 134 Aurora, Hudson, Ohio John Douglas Tait Psi LIPs1LoN 436 Bostwick Ave., Janesville, Wis. Football fi, 2, "sony, Fred William Tamke, Jr. THETA X1 1408 Nashville Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana Olio tl, 25, C.A. QI, 25, Political Union 115. Arch Leroy Taylor, Jr. THETA DELTA CHI News Bureau Cl, 25, Masquers Q2, 3, 45, Chest Drive 115, WAMF C2, 3, Program Director 2, 35. Known to Fame in Days of Yore. . . May lt Ever Be Glorious . C O11t'fl'lirr1ilr'U1l flgllily OLIC ' 1950 Leslie Lincoln Taylor. Jr. ALPHA DELTA Pin ,TW 147 Summit Rd., Springfield, Pa. Football 11, 2, 3, 4, "A" 45, Basket- ball 12, "5O" 25, Crew 12, 3, 4, "A" 2, 3, 45, Chest Drive 135. Howard Morris Teaf, lll PHI GAMMA DELTA 3 College Lane, Haverford, Pa. lndoor Track 11, 25, Track 11, 2, 4, "A" l, 2, 45, Crew 125, Cllee Club 12, 3, 45, Choir 145. Richard Hadley Thomas THETA Xi 2465 Marlboro Rd., Cleveland, Ohio John William Thompson. lll PHI DELTA THETA 92 Lake Forrest Drive, Richmond Heights 17, Mo. Football 115, Basketball 115. Thatcher Tucker Thurston ALPHA DELTA PHI 4414 Que St., N. W., Washington, D. C. Crew 125, Chest Drive 115. Jay Hopkins Tiffin PHI ALPHA Psi Highland Street, Holliston, Mass. Intramural Council 12, 35, Cvlee Club 12, 3, 45, Choir 12, 3, 45. Till the Sun Shall Climb the Heavens No More. . Q , . mf lhnfu Une 711111111111 flvtll 115' wo , 1i'Jso,,, . RWM Aw: is .v '5v- A I.. , ,g-1355, AMHERST Farrar Tilney. lll PH1 ALPHA Psi 23 Schenck Ave., Great Neck, N. Y. Nathaniel Reynolds Tingley PS1 UPSILON ll Grotto Ave., Providence 6, R. I. Prom Committee Cl, 2, 3, 45. S. Bradford Tingley Psi LIPSILON ll Grotto Ave., Providence 6, R. I. Robert Kevin Tisdall DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 217 Essex St., Holyoke, Mass. Basketball fl, 2, 3, u50U I, UAH 35, Fraternity Business Management C3, 45. John Odell Todd, Jr. CHI PS1 405 Grove St., Evanston, Illinois Indoor Relay-Track CManager 3, 45, Tennis Cl, 25, Student CI5, Olio C25, Joucbstone tl, 2, 3, 4, Associate Literature Editor 2, Literature Editor 3, Vice-Chairman 45, Christian Asso- ciation C15. Sheldon K. Towson, Jr. ALPHA DELTA PHI 2684 Landon Rd., jf Shaker Heights, Ohio I--1' Soccer 41, 2, 3, 4, "sou 15, Swim- -, 1' ,. ming 11, 2, 3, HAH 1, 2, 35, C.A. I Oh, Lord Jeffrey Amherst Was a Soldier of the Kung . . And He P11 15111 II11111I1t'1I f1'11I1ly-IIPO OLIO ' I950 , -'Z 'A v M,:x,,,s4V . - A V 3 1 Robert S. Treat ' ll'T N, Barry Ave., .I Maniaroneck, N. Y. f I Squash QQ, SJ, CA. tl, 2, 3, 4, S , Chairman Social Service Committeej, ' 4 I 'Q Chest Drive tl, QD, Debating il, 2, 3, S V 45, Prom Committee 42, 3, 4, Co- , ' Chairman -ll, XVAMF iDirector ol Research 27. ,.-L ' I -Rb f I X r 'I Ik -V Wesley Eugene Trefzger 7, 21 South Drive, Larchmont, N. Y. .4 5 K j Soccer im, Skiing ii, 2, 3, 4, "So l, "A" 25, Outing Club rl, 2, 3, -ll Charles Pell Turnburke PHI ALPHA Psi 126 Cambridge St., St. Paul, Minn. Cross Country il, 2, "A" I, 2, Fresh man Manager 3, 43, Track cl, 2 ,,- -v JU ll. A. Edward Thompson Upham BETA Tiuirx Pi 204 South XVest St., Kalamazoo 45, Mich. Swimming Ll, 23, Lacrosse 439 Tonclislone il, 25, Outing Cluh ll 25, Pre-med Club 12, Sl. 1 James Frederick Upson Pin DELTA Tiu1'r.x it 5, . '7- 75I XV. Ferry St., Bullalo, N. Y. Soccer il, "A" ll, Skiing ll, NSU' ll. Wilson Fiske Utter DIELTA KAPPA Evsnox -13 East Orchard Ave., Providence, Rhode lsland Soccer il, "SU" ll, Student Council fl, 3l. Came from Across the Sea . . To the Frenchmen and the Indians lkiirmrut'llini.lit'.l!1ll!i ilu L I XX? XX He Didn't Do a Thing . . . ln the Wilds of Rui Une lluuilieu' 5 iglwiv-four AMHERST Wilfred Francis Vallely, Jr. Dlfl,'l'A KAPPA EPSILON Xlifesskum Wfood Rd., Riverside, Co 11x1 . Football il5, Sailing tl, 2, 3, -l5. Robert Raschig Vance, Jr. PHl DELTA THETA P. O. Box 29, Wforthington, Ohio XVAMF 41, 2, -l, Chief Engineer 2, Station Manager -15, Flying Club CI, 2, -l, President 45. Alden True Vaughan THETA DELTA CHI 245 Wfest l3th St., N. Y. II, N. Y. Basketball 115, Wrestliilg 125. Decius Beebe Veasey CHI Pin 5 Wfindsor St., Haverhill, Mass. Raymond Paul Vigneault KAPPA THETA I7 Northern Ave., Northampton, Mass. Phi Beta Kappa 445. Rudolph von Unruh KAPPA THETA 2l6l Arthur Ave., Lakewood, Ohio Cross Country 115, Indoor Relay- Track 415, Track LI5, Crew tl, 2, 3, Manager 35, Sailing CI5, C-lee Club 12, 35, Band fl, 2, 3, -l, Manager 3, Student Director 45. This Wild Country . 0LlO James l.. Walker Pau lJl'1.i',ex lIllE'l'A 40 Atlantic Rd., Swnmpscott, Mass. Swimming 1 I , "ill"i, lntrrunurnl Coun- cil Hi, John David Walker ITI Old South Rd., Southport, Conn Paul Carter Washburn Cm Pm 42 Lnconin Rd., Wol'cc5tc1', Mass. Fencing tl, 2, "A" I, 25. John Bruce Webster 2928 Montgomery Rd., Slmlccr llcights 22, Ohio Charles Moser Weeks Cul Pin 2692 XVndsworth Rd., Shaker Heights, Ohio Swimming ll, 2, 3, -l, "SOME, Track rl, 2l,Cl1cstD1'ivc 133. Robert Arnold Went Pin C,x.u.xfiA Dliuixx 551 McDonough St., Brooklyn 33, N. Y. Baseball C-lj, Outing Club ll, 2, 3, U. ,GN t i x 9 S-vs Q And for His Royal Majesty He Fought with All His Might . . . For He Filth' Um Huinircil Jiitlilv ALFRED GOOD.-'III' XVIILIAM NI?XVI.IN EMERITI ALFRED SHEPARD GOODALE Phi Beta Kappa, A111I1t-rst, B.A. 1398. Jwocvrllc I'mfcssm' of II0111111', ?f1m'11111s. WILLIAM JESSE NEWLIN Psi Llpsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, Amherst, B.A. 1899, Massa- CIIIISCIIS Institute of Technology, BS. 1901, Amherst, M.A. 1903, IIa1'varLI, M.A. 1906. Pvufwwv 01 ,'Il111I1t'1111111o 111111 PI11I0snpI1v, Ffvxwiilrfs. WILLIAM TINGLE ROWLAND Kappa Alpha 1S011tI1e1'11I, Kentucky Wfesieyan, B.A. 1902, Vanderbilt, M.A. 1907, Columhia, PhD. 1918, AmI1erst, M.A. 1I'lOlI.I 1934. Profuvwv' of L111111, fvriwntias. JOSEPH OSGOOD THOMPSON Phi Beta Kappa, Amherst, BA. 1384, Strasburg, PhD. 1391. Professor of PI11'x1Ls, fI.1I1L'1II1IN, CHARLES HANSEN TOLL Psi LIpsiI011, PI1i Beta Kappa, IIamiIt011, B.A. 1904, Har- vard, M.A. 1905, Freihurg, IIILID. 1909. Professor' of Phi- Iosophv 111111 ,Ps1'cI1t1Io171', 5,IHL'1'1I1IS. SAMUEL ROBINSON WILLIAMS Theta Xi, PI1i Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, C1'im1eII, P11.B. 1901, SCD. 1923, Nehraska, M.A. 1903, Columbia, PILID. 1906, Amherst, M.A. 1110111 1934, Cherlin, SC.D. 1940. P10101- sm' uf,PI1ys1cs, EIIICIIIIIN. XVII I IAM ROXYI ANIJ IOSITPII TI11Vx11'911N I fm T' ' . E2 I QHARI.I7S TOLL V1 IQ? .1 ' 5 Lgififvfa .if '. -if 1 3 I I :wi ,. .1eiv Y V V. 'jegegfgggrrl V 25,1 'QF 4,1 ,451 a A V37 ' if . SAMLIIEI. XVIII IAMS Pililt' I31I1L'1l1 Q11- .ive T 'N,,:E-.ez R iii- 4, N. 1 ,Qs QQ RN 'RX A- 9 'FIEEISE iii" ..1-"-!i',.-PH ,Q f AMHERST Robert Morris Wessel Loren jr3rrERY A1X1ll1ZRS'l'Cl.1111 8300 Jenkintown Rd., Elkins Park, Philadelphia 17, Pa. Squash 11, 2, 3, -11, Tennis 11, 35, Band 11, 2, 3, -19, Fraternity Business Management 1-lj. John Randolph Wheeler Psi LIPSILON Wfillow Point, XVest Mystic, Conn. Football CQ, 3, -1, "A" -1, Publicity Manager -13, Sailing 13, 41. Barry Grafton Whitaker T1-IETA DELTA CHI Long Neck Point Rd., Darien, Conn. Football cn, 2, 3, 4, USU" 1, NAU 45. John Faulkner Whitcomb Psi UPSILON 194 XVest St., Keene, N. ll. liootbnll 11, 25, Skiing 11, 2, 4, "5O"J, Pre-med Club 11, 2, 33. James Hunter White THETA Xi 651 Paramus Rd., Ridgewood, N. J. Mnsquers 13, 11. David Faxon Whorf CHI Pin 2 Central C-reen, Xvincliester, Mass. Swimming LI, 2, "SO", "A" 21, Clee Club 11, 2, 3, lj, Mnsquers 13, 43, Choir QS, -lj. Was a Soldier Loyal and True . . . And He Conquered All the Enemies 1 uit Um 711nn1in1Hglify-s1'x OLIO ' l950 Richard H. Williams lilll Al vu.-x lk: ,ax 3' R.l7.D. 1152, Princeton, N. ,l. Sllltlt'lll ill, Mnsqucrs 121, lfnncl 42, 33, Cheerleader ill, XVAIXII5 12, Rl, Alan Frederick Wilson Tlllflfl X1 24 McClellan St., Amherst, Mass. Football ill, CA. ill, Flying Club ll, 25, Pre-lncd Club ill, James Robert Wimmer L KAPPA 'l'nl5T,'x 584 Roosevelt Ave., Cary, lnclinnn Debating CS, -lj, Plii Bctn Kappa 43, Secretary-Treasurer -ll. Charles A. Winans DELTA Llvsuou Sicomnc Ave, XVyckoll, N. j. Xvrestling tl, 2, "A" l, El, John Rinn Winter, Jr. -t, V v l7l7 Sherman Drive, Utica 2, N. Y. , WIN! William Clement Wiseley Pin DIZIIIAA Tlll'T.X 903 South Main St., liindlay, Ohio Lacrosse tMnnagcr 3, -ll, Lllce Club 13, ell. That Came Within His Sight . . And He Looked Around for More lhult 'Hu lllllllllbll 1' ull lx lltll iihssg AMHERST William Frederick Woehrlin 'lwlllE'l'A DIsI.'I',x CHI 35--li 89th St., -lackson Heights, N. Y. Football tl, 2, 35, Baseball 11, 2, 3 Sphinx 135, Phi Beta Kappa 145. Dean Stuart Woodman DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 4151 Manawa Trail, Mt. Prospect, lll. Baseball 1l, 2, 3, "SO" 15, Pre-law Club 13, 4, Secret:Iry'Treasurer 13, 45. Harry Andrews Woodman. Jr. PIII CMIMA DELTA 219 Hamilton Ave., Glen Rock, N. J. Football 1l5, Basketball 1l, 25, La- crosse 125. Ernest Hilton Wright PSI LIIJSILON Circle Road, Ruxton, Maryland Prom Committee 11, 2, 3, 45. William Johnson Young, ll CHI PHI R.F.D. :li-l, C-eorgetown, Mass. Track 1 l 5. S. Milton Zimmerman PIII ALPHA PSI 717 E. Old Gulph Rd., Wfynnewood, Pa. Clee Club 1l, 2, 3, 45, CA. 115, Choir 13, -l5, Pre-med Club 125. When He Was Through . . Oh, Amherst! Brave Amherst! . l -l, JU li A 3, -ll, 135, OLIO ' I95O Anthony George Zulfer. Jr. lJl'l.TA KAPPA EPsn.oN S50 Lake Shore Dr., Chicago, lll. Chest Drive 43, Publicity Directorj, Debating 42, 3, -lj, Delta Sigma Rho 437, Student Council 43, 43, llouse Management Committee 43, -ll, Sphinx 4335 Phi Beta Kappa 439. SENIORS NOT PICTURED Robert Hobart Answorth Richard Clark Gillett S lirankwood Ave., Beverly, Maw, IXXIYIPAX lm 1,4 John Ferguson Aronson Loan DIFFFERY AAiiii5iisT Ci iii: Milo Oak Lane, Wlayne, lla. Ezra Bowen DELTA Llvsiiom Mt. Pleasant Rel., Bryn Mawr, Pa. Wallace Arey Chapin l6 Cl. Village, Amherst, Mass. Philip Crane Cin Psi 280 Ocean Ave., l..ZlNVl'Cl'lCC, N, Y. Richard Keely Clarahan Pin DELTTX Tiii?'i'A 7834 Ciannon, University City, Mo. James Parker Collingwood Loizn -llEFFIiRY Ami-ii5izsT Ci im 160 Main St., Kingston, Mass, Robert Perot Crouse Pin GAMMA DELTA 701 Luzerne St., Johnstown, Pa. S1 Sunnnit Place, Belle llayen, Alexantlria, Va. Edward Wallace Jellison Tin ix Xi U3 hlain gt., llreepiiit, lXle. Kenneth Jencks Psi Llifsii ox Bristol llighlantls, Bristol, ll. l. YY'i't-stling 4I, 2, "A" I, YJ. Robert Edward Johnson, Jr. Pin GiXMlXlA DVI TA S0 hlai'llwoi'o Rtl., Clifton, N. -l. Outing Clulw 4I, 2, Ri, l'hi Beta Kappa ill. Dana Robineau Kelley ljlil 'lpx l.lI'Sll ow tu l.ittle -lolms I'l., Yilhite Plains, N. Y. Donald Samuel Linton, .lr. Bifilx Tin TA l'l ISGS Knmvles St., East Clevelantl, Ohio Robert Martin Paul Stratton Diclzins Cin Pin 135 Keyes Ave., Xlffatertown, N. Y. -l0I Newhritlge Rd., Bellmore, N. Y. Twas a Name Known to Fame in Days of Yore. . . May lt Ever Be lkiili rriitylliiiiili l :ills mm SE IORS NOT PICTURED James Mechta noel l2tl1 sr., . r lsland City l, N. Y Harold Robert Miller Cin ljlll ll7 Cray St., Stillwater, Olgla. Robert Louis Mueller Pnl Dl'l.T.X TIIITTA - U ., , 1 I - l urduc Avo., St. louis, Mo. Sn-immmg Cl, "5U"J. James Battelle Nance A1.P11.x Dl'l.'l'.X PIII M2 XY'asl1ington St., Cluncoc, lll. li c'm1 tarball ill, Tonclvslonu 62, 33. Donald William Oliver R.F.l3. N, XVindl1am, Conn. Political Union 13, 3, Secretary 3? 7 llii Beta Kappa QS, 43. John James Pappas -lT lliulm St., Manchester, N. ll. Carl Conrad Schiffeler K.xM'.x Tlll-TA llotel Raleigh, XYlf1SlllllgfOIl -l, D, C. Conrad H. L. Schuette DFl.TA Llvsuon Sowickley, Pa. David Shriver Soliday Psi UPSll.ON Indian llill, R.F.D. Collinsville, Conn. Martin M. Tressel 280 lulllerson Dr., Mt. Lebanon, Pa. Clcc Club fly, Outing Club QD. Kimball Valentine, ll Pcaclrs Point, Marblehead, Mass. Cross Country ll, 2, 3, 4, "A" 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 47, Indoor Relay-Track cl, 3, 3, 45, Track 41, 2, 3, 4, "A" 1, 2, M. Thomas Harper Wilder Lonn ,lIiFFERY AMIIERST CLun Outing Club QSD, CA. ill, Track KQJ. E Richard Alan Winston BETA THTSTA P1 S75 West End Ave., New York City, N. Y. SWil'l1l'Illllg ll, 23, floucbstoue Cl, 2, Art Editorj. Carl Richard Woese Pnl DELTA THETA p,.,,Cm., ,w 1, 4. --A" v g 4, C,-me 256 Robineau Rd., Syracuse 4, N. Y. , -, -, , -, T, , COLIIIUB' ll, Hfllnj, lgnglvxlgng ffl, Phi Beta Kappa 135, Sigma Xi Club i-U. Robert Sinkinson October l-l, l92S - .luly 9, 1949 Glorious . . . Till the CH110Hnvm'm1N111cty Sun Shall Climb the Heavens No More Baslletball 423, Fencing 44, "A" 4j, Track tl, "SOME, Touchstone CID, as xx vw" Av-'unter -.Q .U ,. ff .9 H' '11' "'ix!-fx. .. P'-11 IN 1 1111' 11HL' 1111111151 X'1111'1Y 11111 xg in 'A- ifi ifn i he picture on this wage of ,lol 5 Cl . xl , 6 'J -. x Jr"i,5 'ff' ""'I ' 'T -mmm' V , ' V, H M. 4 j, a In-xx ' i .S 5 , X M '49 ' 5 A In A4 . "an "H i t '-f':.A i ' 1- ,fir I1 .Q .L 'Pg . V HQ. A 'jr ,W -, -'-fjj ri 'f "'?s5': A i :IL A . -23-mg ur I ' ' ' I A 5 gg g iipjf W' R' 'A A 'i 4 1. " ' ' V , -' .9 f I- A 2 'fl Y 1 Q 8 r P ..' , x .c Q : U rf. 12 2 i la A :fi -Q,-P p in on mpc is the grand prize winner in the 1950 OLIO candid contest, It was submitted by D. Reynolds Moore FO. Pune Um' Hiifniifd Nivicty-tlnree .f.9-vm V .. ff:V1' a 1. wi, Q as . My 3., ., - xg - .-1 I 1 Q Ii' 5 . Q 1.4, A ,. - jk I Q X ' 5 . xg it. fy. . aw- W , ,.- .- of . .AY.'X X ,'l'x,. NM 3 x,.J xg-15 'K .. ' L + 81 if X ff" v . ' 36 X En ' . R ,xv -5 .A vw 'i ' NA?" X uf f- ' 'L-Qewwa - l - ff' gg- A ' 1: ' 3- " '.', 1 gm ,Q I agflmbnfx' v U,,:, -'-.f M. x A, -Q -1 Y' msg! X .lx it f X 1 ,z if . -2 '. - ,W , wx ' fp- X qi ,F vw"!S'v ' k Page One fH1mdrmfNinefy-four OTHER PRIZE-WINNING PICTURES IN l950 OUO CANDID CONTEST Submitted by I? C. Knowles, -I. Durfey, Il, R. R. Fernnld, T. C. Mixer, D. C. Pruyne, and H. M. Hamill. HOULD AN OIL COMPANY BE ? HERE IS A STRAIGHT ANSWER FROM ONE OF THE OLDEST COMPANIES IN THE INDUSTRY: Socony-Vacuum is the size that it is - neither the biggest nor the smallest in the Petroleum Industry -because it is an efficient size for the kind of business we do. Efficiency is the key to a company's size - for it is the key to what the American public wants, the most for its petroleum dollar. Under the American system of business, a company that operates inefiiciently soon loses business to other companies able to offer the public more value at lower cost. That's how American competition works - and if any company gets so big that efiiciencies inherent in mass operation are more than offset by increasing costs - competition will cut that company to a proper size. To put it another way: A company is as strong as its competitive efiiciency - In turn, an industry is as strong as its companies - And in turn, a nation is as strong as its industries. Thus, every company, big or little. must be "big" enough to serve the best interests of the people in the area it covers! Silly' 1866- the Flying Red llorse Companies have practiced Colnpetitirc Efficiency to supply you with Finest Petroleum products at the lowest possible costl - M The Flying Red Horse Companies SOCONY-VACUUM OIL C0 M PANY, INC and .kmliulu-s: Nl.U.N0l.lA I'liTIl0I.I1l WI I U. ' IGI-XXI-'RAL l'I-f'l'l!UI,liI Nl 1 lllll' Page Um' llmulrtui Ninety-bi c g-v' -.7 1 i JGJMI- VF -f 'Mb A " FLW "'a..". Z ZQSF' Lf-q-' ,VA -'fr 5 EH: iff-X x 2f'::i':'.f.'!L."f.'::.?'.:m:, :1qz.z14-:J::i:,'i:','f.C2?'i'f'+4aQiE1H.:a:'3.L-4'::: .ist .rg X s - ..- S ..- A .-. - , .4 4 -'C .4 -5- Q-. +A- 'N' 1' 4- QA. 4- kqtks 5 ll Q' .4 Q ' 1 . 4 ZE eE'?E fTE Qfl ZiQ, 'EjI?T 5" f Q 5.Ei?wQp1gx1UFf1l: .159-!5IAL.q,g!,f,Ag,f. if! mrzsazfr mlzgzifprs- 9'+?Sma'ff.:.."'.f: 9:19 Q JL F, F' 4M 1. ,F 63,15 if 5if ,AJ.m+ f A., 1 3,131.52 fWH.ff:.f1.x J 1 fp F171 ww W: Qgxmwwgeiw Mm :ffm 1EMfE wEg wi wg 1: gig .. 2-. r JW-' THE DEANS Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Llpsilon, Sigma Xi, Amherst, BA. 1919, Clark, M.A. 1922, lnstructor in Mathematics, 9701'- ties, 1929-1933, Secretary of the Faculty, 19-15. ilk' fiUllL'1lC. CHA 111.173 PORTFR VLICENE XYILSON ROBERT FROST GEORGE BAIN Pune Fixlccrz EUGENE SMITH WILSON Psi Llpsilon, Amherst, BA. 1929. Jlssoculfe llmri mul linet- foi ol .lilrrirwioxts THEODORE SPAULDING BACON. JR. Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Amherst, BA. 1942, Massachusetts lnstltute of Technology. .flssrslnul lleun mul .-Issrstmrt llmtfor of fltinuwxons. THE FACULTY ROBERT FROST Dartmouth 1392, llarvard 1897-1899, Amherst, M.A. 1918, Memher of American Philosophical Society, George Ticknor Fellow in Humanities, Dartmouth, Member of American Academy of Arts and Letters, l..H.D., Litt.D., Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, 1924, 1931, 1937, 19-13. Snnlrson lecturer in 1Qi1ern1ia1e. GEOFFROY ATKINSON Beta Theta Pi, Amherst, BS. 1913, Columbia, M,A. 191-1, Ph.D. 1920. Professor of ,Romtmce llnrxgiamles on the 511:11 T. fflmk Folger lliorartdatiort. GEORGE WILLIAM BAIN Chi Phi, Sigma Xi, McCill, BS. 1921, MS. 1923, Columbia, M.A. 1923, PhD. 1927, Amherst, M.A. 1hon.J 1941. Pro- fessor ol' fllrrrcroloizv tllltl Geoloqv on 1110 Smnuel fl, 7-lilclr cotlclTo1n111111xor1. THEODORE BAIRD Kappa Alpha, llohart, BA. 1921, Harvard, M.A. 1922, Ph.D. 1929, Amherst, M.A. Choir., 1939. Samuel 71'1llis1ou Professor of Englislr. cester Polytechnic lnstitute, 1919-1924, Amherst College 1 1924-1927, Assistant Professor, 1927-1929, Associate Pro- fessor, 1929-1937, Secretary, Committee on Student Activi- lledll of . ' -- ' :f:.?i,s'-,55: Q' Q1 rs, -' . 1:2,2f.Sgt,..fm3?2-P-6, . . 33bXSN'lfrf9EIi, "1 if rr .1 - THEO. B.-XCON, JR, CEOFFROY ATKINSON THEODORE BAIRD :ff I. 1: f I ff' VZ' A . -Ig . ' E., P ' 5 I If ' Yyv '- - - ' f ". I gf .,n.,,.J I Qi M4114 I A ,I liifij f '15 wil : faiffh 1 ' , 'A - ' 'jf T-5' JU . 'nl M' 4 345-,,,q"' x xx wg xg x-- EMI TRY' P sy, X. "' W 5 1:.--:fx " 3 J '12 W UNIVERSITY f NEW HAYIQN ' PRINCETON - NEW YORK TH? JEFFERY AMHERST BOOKSHOP AND THE JEFFERY AMHERST MUSIC SHOP AMHERST, MASS. MUTUAL PLUMBING 8: HEATING CO. Plunzlvimi and Hflrduulrc RIIJIUN and Rccom' 'Plmfers m3 SOUTH PLEASANT STREET AMHERST, MASS. 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Dagger L+! indicates special students. 5 ABBOTT, Lincoln Whittier 1 ALsLitLr:ti.iss, Christopher john STUDE T DIRECTORY 26 Newton St., W'eston, Mass. 77 Myrtle Ave., Montclair, N. j. OF EACH NAME INDICATES THE SEMESTER IN XVHICH THE BrxsLLv, Edward Holton Biertatks, Philip Martin, Chi Psi Bistrmas, Robert Howard BLAck, james Coulter Bmcktttinx, David Wheeler STUDENT lS ENROLLED. 7 Balmuto St., Toronto 5, Ontario 818 State St., Santa Barbara, Calif. 59 Oakridge Ave., Summit, N. j. 108 W'alnut Road, Glen Cove, N. Y. 1429 County Line Road, Rosemont, Pa. Ban i ir, George Sheldon, Delta Llpsilon 1 Ausiuw, james Francis 173 Four Mile Road, West Hartford, Conn. 5 'AtiittLtxi, Harry john, jr, Chi Phi 2tio Forest Ave., Glen Ridge, N j. 3 Atrnrtnor, Richard Boughton, L.j.A.C. 1-1 East 90 St., New York 28, N. Y. 5 IALEYANDER, Philip Franklin, Psi Llpsilon 15705 South Moreland, Shaker Heights 20, Ohio 3 'ALI Ls, Edward Wfarren, Theta Delta Chi 51h Dudley Court, Westfield, N. j. 3 Attrs, Frederick Stetson, Beta Theta Pi juniper Ave , Elkins Park, Philadelphia, Pa. + ALLLN, Leland Christy, jr. 15 Old Town Road, Amherst, Mass. 5 Au-inr, Frank judah, Theta Ni 44 Waverly St., Boston 19, Mass. 3 Axivtttsox, Clifford Dean, Chi Phi 319 Forest Ave., Glen Ridge, N. j. 5 Axm rtsos, Wallace XY'itmer, jr., Alpha Delta Phi 011 Shore Road, Cape Elizabeth, Maine 3 Astnu xx s, XY'illiam Dorey, Phi Delta Theta 97-l Highland Ave , Pelham Manor 65, N. Y. 3 Anxtir, Robert Ewins Sumner, Psi Llpsilon Chantounix Road, St. Davids, Pa. 5 Ast ltt., Frederic Bettningham, ji' , Delta Kappa Epsilon 3194i Del Monte Drive, Houston Texas 1- Astti rt, Pierre Georges 'll rue Broca, Paris, France 3 Aiiimxn, Calvin NX'illiant, jr., Psi Llpsilon R F D. No. 3, YX'ay:ata, Minn. 5 TBABBOTT, David, Alpha Delta Phi Little Brook Farm, Bernardsville, N j. 3 Batox, Benjamin Wilson, Kappa Theta Hickory Hill Road, North Haven, Conn. 3 'BAkr.rt, Donald Leon, Chi Phi 1w50 West End Ave , New York 25, N Y. BLRISIJHL, Nesbitt Chambers, Phi Alpha Psi 5901 Connecticut Ave., N.W., Washington 8, D. C. BLAxu-i inn, Dean, jr., Alpha Delta Phi 10 Mt. Pleasant St., W'inchester, Mass. Buxiox, Frederick Marsh, Phi Delta Theta R.F.D. No. 1, Bradford, R. l. Brook, Thomas Harold, Alpha Delta Phi 675 Brac Burn, Mansfield, Ohio Bones, Robert XY'alter 9 Brixton Road, Garden City, N. Y. Borrtxt, jack Allen BoH:tir-rt, Harold, jr., Kappa Theta 415 East lbth St., Brooklyn 2b, N. Y. Daniel Shays Highway, Pelham, Mass. Boxorr, Edward Lon, jr. 1020 North Central Ave., Wfoodmere, N. Y Boxra, David S9 Fairview Ave., Verona, N. j. Boorrt, john Thomas, Delta Kappa Epsilon 5 East 88th St., New York 20, N. Y. Bottnsr, Granville Harmon, jr., Chi Phi 511 Ridgewood Ave., Glen Ridge, N. j. Boxv urs, Fredson Thayer, Kappa Theta 110 Forest Ave., W'est Newton 65, Mass. Bow.-.1.w, Kenneth Drennen, Chi Psi 721 W'eldon St., Latrobe, Pa. Boxv mn, john Vance, Theta Xi 33 Crescent Ave., Buffalo 1-t, N. Y. BOYLIE, Christopher George, Beta Theta Pi 10759 Wfilkins Ave., Los Angeles 2-1, Calif. Bnamrv, Donald Alson, Phi Gamma Delta 13 Nutting Ave., Amherst, Mass. Bruttrv, Allen Gilbert, jr., Chi Phi 1308 Walnut St., Newton Highlands bl, Mass. 5 Bftttrn, john Hartlee, Theta Xi 3 BAIQLR, Philip Morrill, Chi Phi 5 Biutuxvrx, jalnes Donald, Phi Gamma -ll Andrew Road, Manbasset, Y. Xlfashington St , Sherborn, Mass. Delta S Glen Oaks Ave , Summit, N. j. 5 Basciiorr, Prentice Kissam, Theta Delta Chi 288 Park Ave , Manhasset, N. Y. -15 Greenfield Lane, Rochester 10, N. Y. Bnrckrswinor, Robert Todd, Delta Kappa Epsilon BREED, Alexander Spotswood -105 Broad Blvd., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 54 Nahant St., Lynn, Mass. 1 Btxits, XYilliam Howard, lll 39 Homewood Road, NX'aban, Mass. 3 Barents, Robert Cushing, Phi Alpha Psi to Laurel Ave , Wfindsor, Conn. 5 Birttcrn, james Rhodes, Phi Delta Theta Storm King School, Cornwall-onAHudson, N Y. 1 Bittkxxttt., Charles Dering, jr. 2989 Glengary Road, Shaker Heights 20, Ohio 3 Btttxrrr, Albert E , Theta Xi 101 Central Park Xvest, New York 23, N. Y. 3 Banos, Harold Maurice, L.j.A.C. 7129 Kingsbury Blvd., St Louis 5, Mo. 1 BAR'lll0l.UMlNY', Herbert Almon, lll 15 East Oak St., Ramsey, N j. 3 Bartiow, Francis Allen, jr., Alpha Delta Phi S25 Montgomery Ave., Bryn Mawr, Pa. 1 Bassrrr, Edward Murray, ll 39 Canterbury Road, Rockville Centre, N Y. 1' BNUEF, Rudolph 90 Oberoestheim, Rothenburg, Germany 3 Baum, Axel Helmuth, Kappa Theta 10 Kimball Circle, Westfield, N. j. 3 Broroim, Henry Frederick, Phi Alpha Psi R F D. No. 2, Middlebury, Vt. 1 Bfskrnr, Kyle Grant 3 P 5 Buns, john Harvey, Phi Alpha Psi 3 Bssctiixc, Charles William 119 Ha 1 Bsrmxtax, Richard Elliot 5 BELL, Harry Craig, Phi Alpha Psi 5 BELL, Hubert Waldo, Theta Xi 1 BENGE, joseph Bertrand BENNETT, Derickson Waples, Chi Psi 67 Dana St., Amherst, Mass. rdwicke Rd., Springfield, Del. Co., Pa. 120 Cypress St., Maplewood, N. j. 1035 Xllfest Park Ave., Piqua, Ohio East Pleasant St., Amherst, Mass. h35 Michigan Ave., Evanston, lll. S-th Cherry St., Wlinnetka, lll. Btzrxkrk, Robert Sawyer Kiskiminetas Springs School, Saltsburg, Pa. Biusrot, Ralph Buflam, jr., L j A.C. R.F.D. No. 2, Laconia, N. H. BRITTAIN, john james R.R. 1, Lake Beatrice, Dundee, lll. Bnoanroor, john Hibbard, Kappa Theta 123 Hobart Ave., Short Hills, N. j. Bnocitxiivx, Alan ,lay 229 East 18th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Brtook, john Robert, jr , Phi Gamma Delta 27 East 95th St., New York 28, N. Y. Biloxi x Bazil W'illiam, jr. 3 Claremont Ave., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Btroxus Kenneth Allen, L.j.A.C. 1914 Parkman Road, Warren, Ohio Bnoxvs, Norman Kingsbury, Phi Alpha Psi 596 Delaware Ave., Buffalo 2, N. Y. Btzovvrs Robert Edwin 60 Arbordale Ave., Rochester 10, N. Y. Bnoxv x, Robert Nlifinfield 620 South High, W'est Chester, Pa. Bnuxir, Charles Henry, Delta Llpsilon 506 Wolf's Lane, Pelham 65, N. Y. Bstixwn, Edwin Cope, Phi Alpha Psi 7 Olmsted Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. Bucnrtr, john Maxwell, jr., Phi Delta Theta 50 Oak Lane, Pelham Manor 65, N. Y. Bukovxiic, john Anthony, Theta Delta Chi BuirLrtcH, William Porter, Beta Theta Pi 18309 Schenley Ave., Cleveland 19, Ohio Fitzwilliam, N. H. Bunrsrrr, Howard jerome, Delta Kappa Upsilon 12 Center St., Holyoke, Mass. Butws, Allen Anderson 17600 South Woodland Road, Cleveland 20, Ohio Bunrox, Ellison Stanley, L. j. A. C. 85 Park Ave., Rochester 7, N. Y. 27-1 Forest Road, Merion, Pa. nge One fl-litinlretl Ninety-eiglvt Busivtrv, Robert Seymour 623 Carol Court, Highland Park, lll. 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THE REXALL STORE .Isle Tour' Qinlmffnllwr' T D W -as-5 ' FORD IIN: cm' cI4IHIIl'L'4I IW L'IIL'lj' ,-llllllcrsl Ijn1.Im1lu RALPH T. STAAB INCORPORATED NORTH AMHERST Ihulc Ilru 'Hun 5 Bttsttatax, Thomas Dixon, Psi Llpsilon Parsonage Road, Greenwich, Conn. I Caiiv, Blake, 3-IU2 Alabama Ave., Alexandria, Va. 5 Casttrtos, Donald Iohn, Chi Psi 32 Sage Terrace, Scarsdale, N. Y. 5 Crm-ttttt., Rohert Bruce, Phi Gamma Delta IH'l Audubon, Grosse Pointe SU, Mich. 5 C,ts.tvis, Iohn Francis -13-1 North Pleasant St , Amherst, Mass. 5 Cum, Glenn Frisbee, Ir., Delta Kappa Epsilon 13 Fayette St., Boston, Mass. I Cautxtrtos, Robert William 21l1l'l Collav St , Evanston, lll. 5 Cttttsfxttits, Michael Edintttid, Theta Xi 1112 East Quaker St., Orchard Park, N. Y. 3 Cattxattts, Peter Malott, L I A l' IU2 East Quaker St , Orchard Park, N Y. 5 Caktit stttt, George Baton, Ir , Beta 'l'heta Pi 21 Bttrton St., New Haten 15, Conn 3 liantv, Ianies Artlittr, Phi Delta Theta l-13115 Ruthet'lot'd Ave , Detroit 27, Mich it Gtntts, Stephen, L I A.C. 21211 Sedgwick St , chicago 14, lll. I Casxxttt, Austin Baldwin, Ir 1'lllH Girard Ave So, Minneapolis 5, Mitin. 5 Cititttmtts, Forrest Nathaniel, It ,Delta Kappa Epsilon 'll Lawrence Ave , Highland Park, N I. I Cart t tr, Edward Tredick, Ir 1IIC'olonial Ridge Drive, Haddonlield, N. I 3 Cttttt t, XVilliam McDermott, Delta Kappa Epsilon Ttvtih Austin St , Forest Hills, N. Y. I Ctt,t.xttu mats, ,Iohn Loomis, lll cfo Col. ,Iohn L Chamberlain, Ir , tl-lol 17 Plans Div., USARPAC, APO 958, cfo Postmaster, San Francisco, Calit. 5 Cttat-ts, Charles Fisher, Alpha Delta Phi Soo Rumstick Road, Barrington, R l. 3 Ctttt-ts, Xlfilliam Bigelow, Alpha Delta Phi Silo Rum-stick Road, Barrington, R l 1 Cttftt-tts, Davis 351 Forest Ave., Portland 3, Maine I CHfU'0", ,IUIHI ltvftldml 21 rtte de Liege, Paris Vlll, France 3 Uttftst, George Wfarren, l. I. A C. R R. 1o,Bos 405, Indianapolis, lntl. I Cttttn, Frank Malcolm, lll IIN5 Laurelton Pkwy , Xlfest Englewood, N, I. I Ctttt-atas, Robert Kenneth I-121 Broadway, New Orleans 13, La. I Cttoaity Alexander -1555 Cathedral Ave , XVasltington 16, D. C. 5 Ctttitsttssts, Frederik Bttrr, Delta Llpsilon Box 22'l, Beaulort, S. C. 3 "CttktsttssoN, Robert Arthttr, Delta Kappa Epsilon 'Nl Lake St , Florence, Mass. I Ctttttsitttssts, Willard Bronson R.F.D. No. 1, Box 157, Bound Brook, N. I. 7 CHRISTIIU .Iohn Edwin 23 Southern Parkwav, Ridgewood, N I. 5 Cittttutt, Robert FitzRandolph, Phi Delta Theta S101 North Glen Ave, Annapolis, Md 5 Ctftttk, Everett Ellis, Kappa 'liheta 510 East Ihth St., Brooklyn Jo, N. Y. I Cl-ARK, ,lames Anderson, Ir. 111 Edgewood Ate., Albany, N. Y. 3 Ctank, Ierome Hatton, Phi Delta Theta 211 Halter Lane, Darien, Conn. I Cmittc, Kenneth Fenton, Ir. 131 Rose Hill Ave, New Rochelle, N. Y. 3 Ctatttft, Richard Wlarner, Ir., Alpha Delta Phi Holly Branch Road, Katonah, N, Y. I CUMIYY ,IUIUI HGTVYPIII Ross Cottrt, Loudonville, N. Y. 5 Cttxttssttaxv, Charles Holbrook, Psi Llpsilon IDN College St., Hudson, Ohio 3 Cu moss, Maynard Gardner, Ir., Kappa Theta ol Elm St., Xlifakeheld, Mass. I C0'l"'5f Stanlsv Gordon Corrientes 7'lI1 Olives, Buenos Aires, Argentina 3 CTW", Clmflss Duffy 317 Rhodes tfuee, New cattle, Pa. 5 Corus, Donald Smith, Beta Theta Pi -111 Elliott Road, Elkins Park 17, Pa. I CONN, Mania :ts East 79th st., New York, N. Y. I CONN, Mvnfof :tis East Tflth st., New York, N. Y. 5 'Count t.LL, Robert Sharples, Beta Theta Pi Fi Brooklands, Bronxville 8, N. Y. I COLEMAN, Daniel Mumford 33 North Elizabeth Ave., Ferguson, Mo. I COLUHB l0hr1 BUFIOH 109 Overhill Road, Youngstown, Ohio I C01-UNSY William Wortham -1572 Bordeaux, Dallas, Texas I COMFDRTY CCUVEC I-l0y'll, lr. 79 Ashland Ave., Pleasantville, N. Y. Page Tino fl-ltttttlred Two Coxuttsoros, Charles Simpson, Ir. 9 Davidson Road, Worcester 5, Mass. 'Cossottiy Leo Warren, ll 1788 Beacon St., Brookline -lo, Mass. Cosovtre, Iulian Darst, Ir., Phi Gamma Delta 105 Brookside Drive, Chevy Chase 15, Md. Coswiv, Robert Iames, Chi Psi , -I7 Arlington Terrace, Utica 5, N. Y Cook, Mercer, lll, L I A C, 127 "W" St., N.W., Washington 1, D. C. Coors, Patil Francis, Beta Theta Pi 12 Brooks St., Xwinchester, Mass. Coosiv, David Pattl, Phi Alpha Psi 545 Hinman Ave., Evanston, lll. Coon-tts, Neil Stephen, Alpha Delta Phi 77 South Munn Ave., East Orange, N. I. Cottvtt, Iohn Lee, Ir, Phi Delta Theta o75 N.E. 118th St , Miami, Fla. C. oifvott, Edward Dante, Kappa Theta 2 Highland Drive, NX"atertorcl, Conn. Cottststt, Robert Mangum, L I A C. -117 Wlest 118th St., New York 27, N. Y. Consitata, George Frederic, Delta Kappa Epsilon 21 Madison Circle, Greenlield, Mass. Cioxx t-t tttttw ,st tt, Robert S., Ir. 7 Pine Court, Pottstown, Pa. Cttv, Stephen Cady 5215 W'atson St., N.W., Washington 16, D. C. fttiu., Iames Wallace, Ir., Phi Gamma Delta K. Citi t utas, Roger Davis Lttost, Iohn Thomas Cnostttttrt, Iohn Morris Cttooks, Stanley Stillman tttst, Langdon Teaehout, Highland St., North Marshfield, Mass. Ir, Phi Gamma Delta 250 Highland Ave., Highland Park, Mich. -45 Salisbury St., Winchester, Mass. 261 Meigs St., Rochester 7, N. Y. 11115-37th North, Seattle 2, Wash. Box 25-I-A, Drake Road, Cincinnati 27, Ohio Ltttlss, Gorham Lamont, Ir , Alpha Delta Phi -I-l Elm St., NX"ellesley 82, Mass. Vttou t, Arthur Samuel, Ir., Beta Theta Pi 58 Madison Ave., XVaketield, Mass. Cnoxt t it, Michael Gardner -lllli Main St., Riverton, N, I, Ctttttttsttstrstc, Burleigh, Ir. S051 Seminole Ave., Philadelphia 1B, Pa. Cttttattf, Robert Ralph, Phi Delta Theta -I9 La Rtte Drive, Huntington, N, Y. Tfttmtsttscs, Daxid Gale, Chi Phi 3 Sutton Place, Verona, N. I. 'Cttat.sttsr:s, Vfilliam Barton, Ir., Psi Llpsilon Ctttttttt, Blair Crosby 2 Parkview Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. 2 Park Ave., W'inchester, Mass. Ctttttrso, Richard Warrett -Il Lexington Ave., Buffalo 9, N, Y. lJ,u:t,trT, Iames Culbertson 1116 Hannah Court, Benton Harbor, Mich. 'Dttct, Richard Edwin, Theta Xi Hidden Field, Andover, Mass. Dmtos, Dwight Hills 75 South Prospect St., Amherst, Mass. Davos, Edmund Holcombe, Beta Theta Pi 81:4-11th St., Garden City, N, Y. 'DMtox, Russell Howe, Chi Psi 971 Main St., Leominster, Mass. Dtsttts, ,Iohn Chase, Theta Xi Pawling, N. Y. Daxttttr, Andre Lucien llfttocoxv, Robert Arnold 13 Place Durel, SaintfFons, France 2909 Milton Ave., Solvay, N. Y. AIIJAYIIJSDN, Robert Lottis, Chi Psi Goshen Road, Waterford, Conn. Dtits, Beniamin Charles, Ir., Phi Alpha Psi D.ttts, Iames Benjamin 87 Lovell Road, Watertown 72, Mass. 2881 Southington Road, Shaker Heights 20, Ohio Davis, Iohn Sigler, Phi Gamma Delta 736 Central St., Evanston, lll. Dans, Lee Washington I-10 Ashland Road, Summit, N. I. DLCftROLlS, Laurence Francis 9-1 Market St., Northampton, Mass. Dt ttttsoortr, Robert Oliver, ll 6-14 Fort Hill Road, Scarsdale, N. Y., Albert Satterthwait, Beta Theta Pi 315 South McKnight Road, St. Louis 2-1, Mo. Dt tftrtun, George Selwyn, Ir., Beta Theta Pi 5 Godfrey Road, Upper Montclair, N. I. nt LA Hana, Louis Edward, Phi Delta Theta 1756 Ponce de Leon Ave., Santurce, Puerto Rico ne Limit, Richard Ford, Theta Delta Chi Quaker Square, Scarsdale, N. Y. 'Dr MEt.tti,tts, Walter Weill, Ir., Phi Gamma Delta 4108 Legation St., N. 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REUBEN ARTHUR BROWER Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Beta Kappa, Amherst, B,A. 19311, Cam- lfridge, BA. 1932, MA. 1936, Harvard, Ph.U. 1936. flaw ml ISSO Pmlewm' ul Lfreelc nnil rfiziilislt. BAILEY LEFEVRE BROWN Amherst, BA. 1924, Princeton, MA. 1925. Piofeiwor ol flliillleultllxtx. FAYETTE CURTIS CANFIELD Phi Kappa Iki, Amherst, BA. 1925. Pmluwu: ul Tlmumliu 111111 l7irec1ur uf Knlw ,-llurlmiiiil 'Tl7L't1lL'l, LESTER VERNON CHANDLER Alpha Kappa Psi, Alpha Pi Zeta, Phi Beta Kappa, Miwwuri, B.A. 19311, ALA. 1931, Yale, Ph.D. 1934, Ainherxt, MA. 1hon.J 1942. l'rul'exwi ul huriuriiitx PAUL WITHERSPOON ECKLEY Kappa Sigma, Cornell, B.A. 1917. :PIOlL'NNUl ol Plnwital Eilmivtiuu. GEORGE ROY ELLIOTT Toronto, BA. 1904, lena, PhD, 1908, Bmvdoin, 1.itt,17. 1925, Ainherat, M.A. 1hon.1 1934. l' ul fnizlixlv un t1w'71cury fm. Tuliler Toinulnfion. REGINALD FOSTER FRENCH Alpha Sigma Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Dartmouth, B.A. 1927, Harvard, ALA. 1928, Ph.D. 1935, Amherst, KLA. rhonl 19-19. Plnlwwv ol lluimzmv Lliiitizimue. GEORGE BANKS FUNNELL Phi Beta Kappa, Amherst, BA. 1924, Harvard, MA. 1928. Professor' ul Turicli. STEWART LEE GARRISON Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Harvard, B.A. 1912, M.A. 1930, Amherst, M.A. thon.1 1940. P101-USSO1' of E11glf5lf1 mid Puli- Iic Speiilmig, RALPH l11'151C1' Wt., x. pr H Ei R1ZLlB1fN BRUWVR wth - -' E ' ..l. X T' Q . ..,. i, 'Qlf 1 sii9PV"1' ' . ' f w". W . 5, A E . 1 BA11 FY 11121 DXYN l'AY17'l"1'1: fi.-XfXll:ll'l1J .I I MA . , U , T U. A X ii ' --. A 1 1.1fS'1'I71C FHAND1 IPR PAL11. ECKLISY 1 1 , , , 1 ff ' GEORGE ELLIOTT ' .. t . ,L r 4' ' P Vg! . 1219:-3151" -1 . . ...,. ., 5 ' - at .V 1,-Q.j'i.:'g Q 1 - " 51.1 3 4 1 L M, my . GEORGE FUNNELL REGINALD FRENCH STEWART GARRISON Page Seventeen STUDE T DI Drsisos, Richard Daiid, Psi Llpsilon 31 Prospect Ave., S E., Grand Rapids 3, Mich, Dl1Qlvli.XllT, Albert Henry, jf- 21411 Aldine St., Rochester 11, N. Y. Du itissox, john Ingram, Chi Phi 1514 W'est Wesley Road, Atlanta, Ga. IDICIHNSON, Nathaniel Rogers 155 Washington Ave., Pleasantville, N. Y. Duriorr, Denison Palmer, Kappa Theta 15 Somerset Ave., Chatham, N. j. Diirow, Robert Emmet, jr. N2 Meadow Road, Buffalo 16, N. Y. Divot rv, Richard Marshall, Alpha Delta Phi N11 Marshall Ave., Floral Park, N. Y. Doi ILING, Norman, lllti Gamma Della R.F D. No. 3, Huntington, L. l., N. Y. Dosainsox, Alan Chase, Chi Psi 105 Dana St, Amherst, Mass. LJOlll.LAS,,jIl1'11CS,jY,, Alpha Delta Phi 17111 Grosvenor Ave , New York od, N. Y . Doiriiiur, W'illiam l.eYerne, jr , Kappa Theta 575 Manville Road, Pleasantville, N. Y. Dnrssrn, Raymond H , jr 21S Michigan Ave., Sturgis, Mich, Dnitskix, Malcolm Stuart 171111 Llnion St., Brooklyn IS, N. Y. 'Dust-ite, William Dart, Chi Phi Box No. 1-13, Saunderstown, R. 1, 'Duxe.xx, Richard Bevier, Alpha Delta Phi 229 North Arlington Ave., East Orange, N. j, Duxx, Michael William 111 Arthur Ave., S E., Minneapolis 1-1, Minn. 'Di.iPosr, Pierre A , Theta Xi 211 Scotland Road, Norwich Town, Conn Eaatrs, Edward Ashley, ll Slllllh Byfwlfl, M355- Eturr, Richard Millar In Cedar Lane, Cohasset, Mass. Eirexsii-iw, Thomas Marx in, L.j.A.C. 53-1 Hermitage St., Philadelphia 28, Pa. Easrmas, Hal Pond, jr., Beta Theta Pi S9 Edgewood Lane, Bronxville S, N. Y. Eiusoen, john Sinclear, Kappa Theta Bellevue, Wilmington, Del. Emiax, Silas Ward G. 58-1 South St., Pittsfield, Mass. Enixioxos, George Howard H01 Holland Square, Wyomissing, Pa. Eimosns, john Talley, Theta Delta Chi 51 Wootls Lane, Scarsdale, N. Y. 1Enwaims, William Frederick 111 Sanborn St., Pardeeville, W'is. Eisxrn, Henry, Alpha Delta Phi 3-11 Irving Ave., South Orange, N. j. Euirn, Richard Thomas P.O. Box No, 1190, Bayville, L. l., N, Y. Eruorr, Thompson Hayes, Beta Theta Pi S92 Catherine Ave. S., W'alla Walla, Wash., Arthur Linwood, lll, Phi Delta Theta 3 Howes Lane, Plymouth, Mass., john Ogborn, L.j A.C. 26 Allen St., Amherst, Mass. ELssi1rE, john Langdon Cookshurg R.D., N. Y. Enos, Richard Cogswell, Psi Llpsilon 2 Marlowe, Dorchester, Mass. Esoztsaiax, Ralph Gustave, jr., Phi Alpha Psi 6 East 79th St., New York 21, N. Y. Erisieis, Marc lrwin, L,j.A.C. 10 W'est 93rd St., New York 25, N. Y. Evsrsix, Richard Lewis, Kappa Theta 151 West Sfith St., New York 2-1, N, Y. ERF, Herbert Adolph, jr., Phi Gamma Delta 17355 South Woodland Road, Shaker Heights 20, Ohio Esmr, Stephen Bolz 85-72-80th St., Woodhaven, N. Y. Esrv, Edward Greene, Phi Alpha Psi 40 Dryden Ave., Pawtucket, R. l. 'Es'rv, William Cole, IV, Psi Llpsilon Oenoke Ave., New Canaan, Conn. Eusris, Frederic Augustus, ll, Kappa Theta 1-126 Canton Ave., Milton, Mass. 'Evass, Dean Lowndes, Chi Psi 2-10 Forest Ave., Glen Ridge, N. j. Evass, George Monroe, Phi Delta Theta Pine Crest Farm, R.D. No. 1, Reading, Pa. EVANS, Harry XVilliam 20-1 River Drive, North Hadley, Mass. Evass, james Merrill Box 36, Cregggn, Pa, Evaxs, Leland Stanford, jr. 165-15 Trinity Ave., Detroit 19, Mich. Evaxs, Nicholas Monsarrat, Alpha Delta Phi 131 Franklin Park West, Columbus, Ohio Page Two U-lundred Six RECTORY Fariixmx, jonathan Rush 235 East 75rd St., New York 21, N, Y. Fiuzsiix, james Ferdinand, jr., Phi Alpha Psi 2115 Albemarle Terrace, Brooklyn 26, N. Y, FLHR, George Nicholas, jr. 1038 Franklin St., Reading, Pa. Fsxrox, Barry jay 229 W'est 78th St., New York 2-1, N. Y. FrRxti.n, L. Dodge, jr , Theta Delta Chi 30 Warren Terrace, Longmeadow 6, Mass. Fiins,txrn'1, james William, jr., Chi Psi 719 Belleforte Ave., Oak Park, lll. Fisin nc, Donald Richard 215 Evelyn Road, Waban 158, Mass. Ftxtsiru i, Israel Avrum 1118 Beaver Road, Sewickley, Pa. Fisk, Leonard A., Delta Llpsilon 63 Stuyvesant Ave., Larchmont, N. Y. Flsiiru, Howard McClure, Beta Theta Pi 1319 Reading Boulevard, W'yomissing, Pa. Fl'll'l'RlR, Dwight Wesley, jr. 11 North Drexel Ave., Havertown, Pa. F11 xr-iran ic, Robert Thomas, jr., Theta Delta Chi 18 Edgewood St., Statford Springs, Conn. Fruin nxiw, Phillip Charles, L j,A C. 31 Naziug St., Roxbury 21, Mass. Ftono, Francisco Rodrigues 53-1 Vision, Santa Cruz, Manila, P. I. Foresviui, XY'illiam Rae, Psi Llpsilon 1009 Davis St., Evanston, lll. Fosrir, Byron Tanner 17873 Lake Road, Lakewood 7, Ohio Foxx 1.1 tc. Theodore Ferguson, jr., Phi Gamma Delta -13 Kingsbury Place, St, Louis 12, Mo. Funk, William Arthur, jr. 732 W'est Lafayette St., Easton, Pa. Fiuszrx, Neil Alan Bloomingdale Road, ltasca, lll. Frmnv, Richard Dexter, Theta Delta Chi o Middle Highway, Barrington, R. l. Fniiirsi ni, jolm jones, Theta Delta Chi 31 Paget Road, Madison 4, W'is. Fiuv, Charles Frederick, Phi Gamma Delta -15 Cambridge Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. Fiurinuf its, james joseph, Chi Phi 211 Winter St., Wfoonsocket, R. l. Fmrz, Rohert Walter, Chi Psi R.R. No. 1, Box 87, Barrington, lll. Fnirzixoin, Noel Clarke, Psi Llpsilon Forest Road, Lewiston Heights, N. Y. Fiiosr, Reginald Radcliffe, jr., Theta. Delta Chi R.F.D., Far Hills, N. j. Fuiirri, Robert Catlin, Chi Psi 306 Heathcote Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. Fui.rox, David Campbell, Delta Kappa Epsilon 241-1-1 Dartmoor Road, Cleveland Heights 18, Ohio Furciow, Leonard Thompson, jr., Theta Delta Chi 21 Fair Oakes, St. Louis 17, Mo. xC.XLLXCHlR, Leslie Neiland, Delta Llpsilon 12-1 East -10th St., New York 16, N. Y. GALLUP, W'illiam Alhert, jr., Chi Phi 239 Chestnut St., W'est Newton 65, Mass. Gaanxrn, Emerson, Theta Delta Chi 115 West Leland St., Chevy Chase 15, Md. Guznsriz, Glenn Gibson, Phi Gamma Delta Box 26, Estes Park, Colo. Gannisox, W'illiam Gird Dana Place, Amherst, Mass. G,isr, james Avery Neck Road, Mattapoisett, Mass. Givres, George Hill Lyman Farm, Middlefield, Conn. Gavis, jerome Paul, Alpha Delta Phi 196 Lawrence Road, Medford, Mass. Gu, George Roger, Beta Theta Pi 5136 Westminster Place, St. Louis 8, Mo. Geiriixrn, Paul Herman, jr., Theta Delta Chi ' 72-14 Forrest Ave., Philadelphia 38, Pa. GELLER, David M., Theta Xi S27 North Oak Park Ave., Oak Park, Ill. GEORGE, Thomas Henry 811 Tuckahoe Road, Tuckahoe, N. Y. Gizrnzv, Harvey Spalding, jr. 37 Fenimore Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. Grass, Thomas W., Phi Alpha Psi 2039 Brown Ave., Evanston, Ill. Gnzsorc, Norman Horne 1116 Beechmont, Dearbom, Mich. Guzsox, Robert Hadley 61 Western Ave., Brattleboro, Vt. Giinsuaus, Ralph, jr., Phi Alpha Psi -1053 Flora Place, St. Louis 10, Mo. Giuiots, james Price, Psi Llpsilon 97 Leroy Ave., Yonkers 5, N. Y. GLENN, james Henry, III, Beta Theta Pi Gilbert Road, Meadowbrook, Pa. "C-oxzires, julio joseph, Delta Upsilon 141 Proctor St., Waterbury 68, Conn. RLISSELLJS PACKACE STORE tiiktw thu olvlw rt imily lo llmizl' lhe 5 TlllJ6N'TSm1!mi jmlroizmlc in the lmwl. Tu thuse Cratlunting we wish them the heat aml hrightest future. 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Y. 1 Gmfuen, Roy Alvin 141-42 185th St., Springfield Gardens, N. Y. 1 Gntrttai, Robert lnsley 51 Ridge Ave., Claremont, N. H. 3 Giustztn, Stephen Ireland Box 236, Rt. No. 3, Bethesda 14, Md. 1 Gmv, Richard Seith 3046 East Overland Road, Cleveland Heights 18, Ohio 1 Grtiexr, Christopher Morrill 300 Highland St., Wlest Newton, Mass. 3 Gizrrst., Norvin Gair 1435 Lexington Ave., New York 28, N. Y. 5 Grtrrxr, Peter Harold, L.j.A.C. 11 Grosvenor Place, Great Neck, N. Y. 3 Gnrrsi, Richmond Kent, Alpha Delta Phi 15 Ten Acre Lane, West Hartford, Conn. 5 'Gto:rxr, Samuel Stanton, Chi Psi 33 Shirley Lane, New London, Conn. 7 TGREYNI, Thayer Ainsworth, Alpha Delta Phi 33 Lexington St., New Britain, Conn. 3 Gnrrxr, Timothy Whiting 43 Eddywood St., Springfield, Mass. 3 Grtrrxt iittixi, john Samuel 2131 Douglass Blvd., Louisville 1 Gnrrxotitzii, Xlfilliam Bates, III 1 Gert R, NY'illiam james, ll 499 Kenwood Ave , Delmar, 4 Gruxtxt, Peter, lr., Kappa Theta 116 East o3rd St., New York 21. 5 Gnorr, Robert Frederick, jr 5, Ky. 228 Irving Ave., Providence, R. I. v N.Y N.Y. . Chi Psi 234 West Orange St., Lancaster, Pa. 1 5 Gizovitt, George Allan, Chi Psi 402 Second Ave , Ottawa, Ill. 3 Gtirxiitrx, George Carpenter, Beta Theta Pi 1025 Penn St , Reading, Pa. 5 Gttsrtrsox, Danny Davis, Psi Llpsilon oI3 South 2nd Ave , Highland Park, N. j. 3 Gvta iz, David Elliott Cumberland Foreside, Portland, Maine 5 Hxcitiit, Andrew, L j A C. 1013 Morningside Drive, New York 27, N. Y. 3 Htt.rR, Edward Birge, Chi Psi 454 Cedar St , W'iunetka, Ill. 5 Hair, Charles Adams, Chi Psi 2112 South Newton, Minneapolis 5, Minn. 3 Hui, Gordon, lll, Alpha Delta Phi 310 Xlfootllantl Road, Chestnut Hill 117, Mass. 1, Howard Lowell 1506 W'ootl Lane, Madison 5, Wfis. 1 H.ti.i, Mattson Phillips 20 Sylvan Ave., West Newton 415, Mass. 3 "H.tis1rtn, Cutler Llnderwood, Phi Delta Theta 109 Lexington Ave., Buffalo 9, N. Y. 1 Htxiiiz, Myron Clifton, jr. 134 St. Theresa Ave., XYest Roxbury, Mass. 5 Htmii, Hugh Maxwell, jr., Beta Theta Pi 410 West School Lane, Philadelphia 44, Pa. 1 Hutt-sttinr, Alan Curtis 247 Highland Road, Tiverton, R. I. 3 H.-titwrox, Geoffrey Alton, Chi Psi 118 Arlington Road, Lltica 3, N. Y. 5 Haswwftv, William Lippincott, jr., Psi Llpsilon 47 Knollwood Road, Short Hills, N. j. 5 Haltkls, james Thomas, Phi Alpha Psi 42 Northview Ave , Upper Montclair, N. 5 Haititis, Richard George H., Kappa Theta 147 Hillside St., Milton, Mass. 1 Hftrttos, Robert Frank R. No. 1, Box 138, Lansing, Mich. 3 Hunts, William Edward, jr,, Theta Delta Chi 37-39 S4th St., jackson Heights, N. Y. 3 H,tnrki,tN, Allen Porter 21570 Wrenford Road, Shaker Heights 22, Ohio 3 II.tnrix1.tx, Wilbur Lee, Theta Xi 37 Cosby Ave., Amherst, Mass. 5 Haitraiarss, Martin Luther, jr. 2626 Doris Place, Honolulu 15, Hawaii 5 Hanrzrii., Dwight jetlery. Beta Theta Pi 345 Avonbrook Road, XY'allingford, Pa. 5 'H,tvrs, Robert Marshall, Chi Psi 48 Brookline Ave., Albany, N. Y. 5 HAXY'KINS, Robert Bruce, Alpha Delta Phi 316 Kent Road, Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. 5 Hawktxs, Williant Bruce, jr., Theta Xi 29 Crystal Ave., Springfield, 8, Mass. 5 'H,tvNrs, Edward Carlin, jr., Phi Gamma Delta 201 High St,, Fair Lawn, N. j. 3 Hnxfs, Ulric St Clair, jr., L.j A C. 494 McDonough St., Brooklyn 33, N. Y. 5 HEATH, William Webster, Theta Xi 119 Wingate Ave., Buffalo 16, N. Y. 1 HEEREMANSf james Harold 141 Chestnut St., Leonia, N. j. 1 Hemmci-t, Lawrence XVilliam 330 Hollywood Ave., Brighton, N. Y. 1 HELANDER, Robert Charles 7944 South Langley Ave., Chicago 19, Ill. 3 HELLER, George 1 HENDERSON, Thomas james 252 West Wabasha St., Winona, 1 Hersomcics, Geoffrey 3 HENKE, Harry, III, Beta Theta Pi 292 Audubon Road, Englewood, N. j. Minn. Marlboro, Vt. 2609 Mt. St. Helens Place, Seattle 44, Wash. Page Tivo ll-lttndred Ten D 1 1 3 3 3 3 4 5 1 3 1 -7 3 5 5 5 3 1 1 a 3 1 -T 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 1 -1 3 1 1 1 ti 1 5 3 3 3 1 3 1 5 3 3 5 3 1 3 RECTORY HENRY, George Lester 72 Fairbanks Ave., Wellesley' Hills, Mass. Hzizrz, Neil Hart 1230 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. Hcnzoc, john Ducas, Kappa Theta Ridgefield Road, South Salem, N. Y. Htisisattn, George Foshay, Phi Gamma Delta S53 Lynnfield St., East Lynn, Mass. Hn.L, Laurence Miner, L.j.A.C. Great Oak Fami, Gales Ferry, Conn. Htxuu., Winston Russell, jr., Alpha Delta Phi 783 Dartmouth St., South Dartmouth, Mass. 'Hoses james Denny, Psi Llpsilon 4002 North "B" St., Tampa 6, Fla. 'Hock, Howard W'ilIiam, jr., Phi Delta Theta Valley Forge Road, Phoenixville, Pa. Hoicomn, john Burnett no Cornell Ave., Massena, N. Y. Hotnswonru, john Hale, Chi Phi 43 Lawson Road, Winchester, Mass. Hottaso, john Charles 51 Valley Road, Bronxville, N. Y. Hoixrtx, Gary 116 North 12th St., New Hyde Park, L. I., N. Y. Hoi stones, Robert Frederick, Psi Llpsilon Arlington Heights, Wayzata, Minn. Hoinovn, Benn Starr, jr., Kappa Theta 2941 Nichols Ave., Bridgeport IS, Conn. Hot-kms, Richard Appleton, Delta Llpsilon Guilford Center, R F.D. No. 3, Brattleboro, Vt. Hottkiss, Stuart XY'hitmore, Phi Alpha Psi 45 Carolina Road, Upper Montclair, N. j. Hoi-i-tr, Edwards Ritchie, Phi Delta Theta 40 Linden Drive, NX'yoming, Cincinnati 15, Ohio Honsr, Edwin Albert 32 Kendrick Place, Amherst, Mass. Howtito, james Beattie, Phi Alpha Psi 452-Sth St., Brooklyn 15, N. Y. Htiati-ttiziv, j. Paul, Theta Delta Chi intl East 7-lth St, New York 21, N. Y. Htixit-itnties, john, lll 3534-77th St., jackson Heights, N. Y. Huxxrstxs, Leslie Price, Psi Llpsilon Blackpoint Road, Scarboro, Maine 'Hosp George XY'illard, Phi Gamma Delta 285 Charter Oak St , Manchester, Conn. HllNZlliI.K, Walter jacobus, jr , Delta Llpsilon 53 Glenwood Road, Llpper Montclair, N. j. Htirrgitixsox, David Lee, Theta Delta Chi 1925-o9th Ave., Philadelphia 314, Pa. litir, Richard Adolph 180 Munsey Place, Manhasset, N. Y. lxsiev, XlC'illiam Francis, Kappa Theta 558 North Audubon Road, Indianapolis, Ind. Int itsn, Robert Ellsworth, Delta Upsilon 7525 Indian Hill Road, Cincinnati 27, Ohio lnvts, Xlifilliam Archibald, jr., Phi Delta Theta jat itsox, 458 South Dallas Ave., Pittsburgh S, Pa. Geoffrey Gordon, Chi Psi 1410i-29th St., NAV., Nllfashington, D. C. jaconsos, Bernard, Kappa Theta 1357 Albany Ave., Hartford, Conn. jacossox, Steven Miles 1014 Avenue "j," Brooklyn 30, N. Y. jest-cms, Carle Frederick 52 Colonial Terrace, East Orange, N. j. jitisox, Robert Faulkner, Delta Kappa Epsilon jorwsos, Alan Potter 22 Harbor Terrace Drive, Rye, N. Y. S7 Woodside Ave., Amherst, Mass. jottxsox, Corbet Stephens, jr. 427 Park Ave., Wax'erly', N. Y. jon Nsos, Michael Doel 911 Park Ave., New York 21, N. Y. tjortxsrox, Robert French, Alpha Delta Phi 10 Murray St., East Hartford, Conn. joxrs, Peter Babcock 190 Oakridge Ave., Summit, N. j. josss, Raymond Burr, Phi Gamma Delta 2649 Arroyo Parkway, Tucson, Ariz. josres, Robert Davis, Theta Delta Chi jeddo, Pa. joimits, james joseph, jr., Chi Phi 19 Robinhood Road, White Plains, N. Y. jose, Robert Elliott, Kappa Theta 410 North Audubon Road, Indianapolis 19, Ind. jovcr, Thomas Harold, jr. 75 Club Road, Upper Montclair, N. j. jtmsos, Donald Irving, L.j A.C. 218 Montclair Ave., Montclair, N. j. jusrus, Bertram William 6929 Columbia, St. Louis 5, Mo. Kweonsea, Philip Poliner 1520 Spruce St., Philadelphia 2, Pa. Kaxcuttcen, Robert 30 East 208th St., New York 67, N. Y. Kama, Donald Eugene, Theta Xi 24 Rhinebeck Ave., Springfield 8, Mass. "Kass, Robert Lawrence, Chi Psi 734 Beacon Lane, Merion, Pa. KARP, Marshall Herbert, Kappa Theta 36 Raynor Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Ktrna, joseph Richard 104 Hawley St., Northampton, Mass. 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I 1 Q ma. xl MA e .vi + Q I fr' My L A I ISSN: .wx . , R, , Tx if fl I. .1 5' 23 1 THE LORD IEFFERY Facing the heautiful town common antl adjoining the Amherst College Campus, THIS LoRD ,IEFHQRY is modern through- out yet has the appearance antl Charm of a Century oltl Inn. NICHOLAS ZEO, INC. 'Wlnolestlle Di5trilvutor5 of FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES ZEO BUILDING, LYMAN STREET SPRINGFIELD, MASS. SPRINGFIELD PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. SuppIie5 for SANITARY AND HEATING ENGINEERS SHEET METAL WORKERS MECHANICAL ENGINEERS FACTORIES AND MILLS Southwest Corner Chestnut and Franklin Streets Ojlice and "ll'm'elJoza5e SPRINGFIELD, MASS. Page Two fHundred iTIJirteen STUDE T Kauve, Robert Hugo, Theta Xi 823 Glenview St., Philadelphia 11, Pa. Ktanv, Michael jennings, Psi Llpsilon Meadow Lane, Bannockburn, Deerfield, lll. Kmsr, David Norris, Kappa Theta R.D. No. 7, Harmany Parkway, Pittsburgh 29, Pa. KELLER, George Ellsworth, Theta Delta Chi 759 Plymouth Blvd , S.E., Grand Rapids 6, Mich. KELLER, William Spaulding, Chi Psi 739 Plymouth Blvd., S.E., Grand Rapids 6, Mich. Kisrsrv, Richmond, Chi Phi 3 Chesterford Road, XVinchetser, Mass. Kenner, Russell Morton W001lSI0Ck, V1- Kiirrtit, Edward Brooks, jr., Alpha Delta Phi 5971 Drexel Road, Philadelphia 51, Pa. Keioiirirv, David Noel 901 Maple Ave., Evanston, Ill. KELLY, Charles Arthur 210 Davis St., Evanston, lll. TKENIYALL, john Plimpton, Delta Kappa Epsilon Moose Hill Farm, Sharon, Mass. Ksicssv, William Greer -17 Center St., Chagrin Falls, Ohio KnvntL, john Flint, Alpha Delta Phi 2924 Iroquois, Detroit 14, Mich. KIBLER, XVilliam joel, Ill S2 Clinton St., Tonawanda, N. Y. KILLY, Robert james 7 Seton Road, Larchmont, N. Y. Mass. KLGH1 LINGER, Benjamin Newton, Theta Ki 1-19 Sunset Ave., Amherst, KILLHOUR, Robert Brelsford, Beta Theta Pi Meadowbrook and Valley Roads, Meadowbrook, Pa. KING, Clark Chapman, jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon 638 East XXi'ashington St., Pittsfield, lll. Kiraitiavinieiv, john Everett, Theta Delta Chi 41112 Chestnut St., Meadville, Pa. Kticitrii., Wfebster Lardner Hay St., Newbury, Mass. Kxoxx Ll s, Philip Duncan, Kappa Theta 5 St Paul's Place, Brooklyn 211, N. Y. Ksoxx LLS, Robert Courtland, Delta Llpsilon S5 Everett Ave., Providence 6, R. l. Kxoxt LTON, Carlisle, Beta Theta Pi 15 Beeehtree Lane, Bronxville, N. Y. Koen, Ronald XValter 1145 Pearl St., Elizabeth 2, N. j. Koiiteiw, Martin Rutherford, Beta Theta Pi 625 Sherwood Drive, Webster Groves 19, Mo. KOLSICY, Leonard Sheldon, Phi Alpha Psi IN Olive Ave., Lawrence, Mass. Kimrvirtt, Robert, Beta Theta Pi 15 Orchard Drive, Greenwich, Conn. Kkttlitit, Henry William, Delta Llpsilon 12 Norfolk Ave , Maplewood, j. Krturnrxiin, Peter lndian Trail Farm, Waukee, lowa Kulissut, XVilliam Fullam, Kappa Theta 19 Gilbert St., North Brookfield, Mass. Kuctriz, Richard Cory, Theta Delta Chi 2o XVinslow Road, XY'inchester, Mass. Ktimxi, XVilliam Howard, L.j.A.C. Caixa Postal -19, Rio de janeiro, Brazil Kuxz, john Benjamin Home Acres, Alexandria, Pa. Liv Bare, Alvin jackson 34914 St. Patil Blvd., Rochester 5, N. Y. LALLY, Kenneth Richard 29 Orchard St., Holyoke, Mass. Listener, Charles Frederic, jr. Shiloh Landing, Prospect, Kentucky Lamnsniox, Richard Drake 1100 Edgewood Road, Lake Forest, Ill. Lftaisvitz, Gordon Ames 249 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. Liwcasira, john Stewart, Phi Delta Theta S Sunnywood Drive, XY"estfield, N. j. Lxxne, Arnold julius 1879 Coventry Road, Columbus, Ohio "L.ixcrt,xusrR, Drew Purves, Delta Llpsilon 26 Carlton St., Holyoke, Mass. LAPE, Robert Gould 1811 Ashbourne Road, Columbus 9, Ohio 'Lat-imor, Horace Euclid, Beta Theta Pi 1 Pomeroy Place, Easthampton, Mass. LEA, 56011 Carter 133 Upland XVay, Haddonfield, N. j. Lsci-tra, XVallace Oman, jr., Delta Llpsilon 940 Tumer Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. LEE, Thomas Ming-Lung, Delta Kappa Epsilon Lynx Hill, Deep Water Bay, Hongkong, China LEEDS, Robert Lewis, jr., Theta Xi 15 Poplar Ave., Deal, N. j. LEGGETT, Alan Cameron F., Kappa Theta 310 Tremont St., Braintree S4, Mass. Lemuanor, Xllfalter Frank 945 East 23rd St., Brooklyn 10, N. Y. L.EL1EvRE, Robert Earl, Phi Delta Theta 3233 Chaclboume Road, Shaker Heights 20, Ohio LEMP, Karl C., Phi Delta Theta 314 Wisconsin Ave., Oak Park, Ill. Page Tivo J-limdfed Tourteen DI 5 5 3 5 1 5 4 3 5 1 1 5 5 1 1 3 3 5 S' 5 5 5 3 6 3 3 5 s 3 3 5 3 5 3 3 w A 5 S 5 1 1 D 3 5 3 1 5 5 1 RECTORY Ltr-Liv, Frederick john 1125 Three Mile Drive, Grosse Pointe Park 50, Mich. Lrnxriz, Allan Stuart, Psi Upsilon 125 Windsor Ave., Buffalo 9, N. Y. TLISCHIN, Grant Charles, Theta Delta Chi 40 Fifth Ave., New York 11, N. Y. 'Lsvxy Alan Veit S29 Park Ave., New York 21, N. Y. Lewis, Piers lngersoll 657 Fairmount Ave., St. Paul, Minn. Licmfxaznont, Arthur Tate, Phi Delta Theta 9 Chelsea Square, New York 11, N. Y. Lisariuitx, Thomas Edward, Delta Kappa Epsilon 2517 Allen St., Allentown, Pa. LioH1PooT, john Carter, Delta Llpsilon 26 Rockland Ave., Larchmont, N. Y. TLINDLMANN, Robert Eugene, Delta Kappa Epsilon 20976 Claythome Road, Shaker Heights 22, Ohio Lixxxvriuk, Richard Carl 111 Ravenwood Ave., Dayton 9, Ohio Lt1'1LeFiFLo, Herrick Briggs Oakland House, Sargentville, Maine Liu, Theodore Meung-Chi 6 Keswick St., Boston 15, Mass. Loerttso, Alexander Flick, Phi Delta Theta 325 Bedford Road, Chappaqua, N. Y. Lockir, Tom 915 Thayer Ave., Los Angeles 24, Calif. Loxc, Hoyt Mills o02 Ashland Ave., Buffalo 13, N. Y. Loxo, Richard Field, Phi Delta Theta 5007 Baltimore Ave., W'ashington 16, D. C. Loxo, Theodore Appel, Chi Phi 1297 Wheatland Ave., Lancaster, Pa. Loxtpsxvortrii, Charles Robert, Alpha Delta Phi 20 Grantland Road, Wellesley Hills 82, Mass. Loos, Donald Ambert, Chi Phi 10 Dickinson St., Princeton, N. j. Loan, Samuel, jr., Phi Alpha Psi 128 West Rice St., Owatonna, Minn. Low rn, Richard Rowland, Alpha Delta Phi 642 Glynn Court, Apt. 31, Detroit 2, Mich. Luriov, Frederick Leroy, Theta Delta Chi North East St., Amherst, Mass. Lvox, james Burroughs, Theta Delta Chi 25 Bishop Road, West Hartford 7, Conn. MirCMixioxri, james A. F., jr., Theta Delta Chi Port Chilkoot, Haines, Alaska b'1tCLltr:l , james Focht, jr., Phi Alpha Psi 113 University Ave., Lewisburg, Pa. Mt1Doxii.n, Alaster, Phi Delta Theta Box 522, Cazenovia, N. Y. McDox,tLri, Henry Cleaveland, Psi Llpsilon 52 Garden Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. Mxcriosxio, Victor Roderick, Delta Kappa Epsilon 61 XVilton Road, Wfindsor, Conn. 'Mxt Doxxrii, Raymond Arthur, L.j.A.C. 43 Texas Ave., Lawrence, Mass. 5McExx xx, Donald Parker, Chi Psi 29 Riverside Drive, Binghamton, N. Y. N'lCFEELY, Wlilliam Shield, Chi Psi 317 Sicomac Ave., Xltfyckotf, N. j. fN4CGR.tTH, john W'illiams, Psi Llpsilon 199 Moore Ave., Freeport, N. Y. MCGRHH, Robert Gregory, Psi Llpsilon 199 Moore Ave., Freeport, N. Y. M.tcKrxzir, jolm Pettibone, Phi Alpha Psi 50 Stafford Road, Stamford, Conn. fVltifN'lllLLFN, Dan Drewry 44 Kenilworth Drive, Short Hills, N. j. 'McMuxii'iiv, Charles Herbert, Delta Llpsilon 483 Union Ave., Laconia, N. H. McPii.t1L, Robert Brown 165 Vauxhall St., New London, Conn., Donald George, jr., Delta Llpsilon 561 North Church St., Naugatuck, Conn. Macnee, Frank Harris, jr., Beta Theta Pi 1113 Rice's Mill Road, Wyncote, Pa. fv1..tii.vFF1e, Charles Delahunt, jr., Phi Delta Theta 3012 UO" St., N.W., Washington 7, D. C. MAHLER, G. Vicary 63 Brown Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. Matxzeiz, Francis Kirkwood, Phi Gamma Delta Taylor Highlands, Huntingdon, Pa. Muse, Charles Richard, Theta Xi 18 Forest St., Belleville 9, N. j. 5M.tLoNEv, William Edward, Delta Kappa Epsilon 418 Flower Ave., West, Watertown, N. Y. Maxx, Donald Schuyler, Phi Gamma Delta 51 Steamboat Road, Great Neck, N. Y. bil.-XNNHEIM, john Richard 77 East Pleasant St., Amherst, Mass. MANVILLE, Harrington Emerson, L.j.A.C. 879 Kearney St., Denver 7, Colo. Ytviaizsnaii, Charles McAlister, Phi Delta Theta 2341 Ardleigli Drive, Cleveland Heights 6, Ohio RAARSHALL, Roger Hicks Lane, Sands Point, N. Y. HEATING OILS Sivan: - Hot '7l'ater'n1zd Sllyrlflll flirfHenliin1Iiislallalionx MASTER-KRAFT ,mn G. E. OIL BLIRNERS SALES AND SERVICE Heating Oils and Burner Service Llntlcr One Roof Plumbing Fixtures and Electrical Appliances G. E. ANU KELVINATOR REFRIGERATORS AMHERST OIL COMPANY 321 MAIN STREET Telephone 999-975 AMHERST, MASS. RAHAR'S INN, INC. fllC1Il5 ,Tliill ,Jw Rc1r1e111l1cr'cii ELBOXW ROOM for Conti Times and Meeting Good Friends 7 OLD SOUTH STREET NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Tel. 550 CHARLES I. MCCARTHY, Pres. K. L. OSMUN jciiwlcr limi 'Il't1Icl,1i1mlqcr' DIAMONDS XVATCHES IEXWELRY 47 SO. PLEASANT ST. AMHERST, MASS. TELEPHONE 459 Page Two fl-Iumired Tifteevz XY.-XRREN CREVN IZAII. KLXNLDY .kata "5'1'f. fs 'G lf 2 Q12 STERLING LAMPRECHT S KARL 1..01fWENSTE1N LLOYD JORDAN vm' NHQIA I - iii-We , I if ge. .1 , 2.4. Y ' 5.2. + If 54 . , .1 Q,a-.-qf'- -7 . , V : 5' :id , i R r Si . s N ,, . 3' -?3fg ' - f . 6 GEORGE KIDDIZR i s . Q61 , f ' 2 .S Q.,::q: . "-- . Q 52,11 fs:.:.... .t :.- 5 X 2 IFARL LATHAN1 ALBERT LL1 MLEY oTTo MANTHEYZORN Atusox MARsH 7111116 51111116011 WARREN KIMBALL GREEN Theta Xi, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Harvard, B.A. 1913, M.A. 191-1, California, P1i.D. 1916, Amherst, MA. 1hon.J 193-1. IIIOIUSXOI nj JIAIVUIIOIIIY, Director of the Ulvseriuttory on the Stflrlcv 17111011 .l:uta11t1t1t,or1, tmtf faculty flltirslml. WILLIAM DENIS JOHNSTON Cambridge, B.A., LL.M. 1923, Harvard 1923, 192-1, Cam- bridge 1925, LL.M. IIISIIHILI Professor of Dmmtltxc --Iris mid T'ns.tuzt1 Dnectm' of the Kirltv flleviiorml ffhcttter. LLOYD PAUL JORDAN Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pittsburgh, B.S. 1923, Amherst, M.A. 1hon.1 1938. Projessur of Playfsicttl Eftlnctitiuii mul Director of 7r11e1'co1lt'gn11e .41111e11cs. GAIL KENNEDY Minnesota, B.A. 1922, Columbia, M.A. 1923, Ph.D. 1928, Amherst, M.A. 1hon,J 19-111. Professor' of Plviluxoplvv. GEORGE WALLACE KIDDER Sigma Xi, University of Oregon, B.A. 1926, University of California, M.A. 1929, Columbia, Ph.D. 1932. Stone Pm- fessor of Bxolotw. STERLING POWER LAMPRECHT Delta Sigma Rho, Phi Beta Kappa, Wfilliams, B.A. 1911, Harvard, M.A. 1912, Union Theological Seminary, BD, 1915, Columbia, Ph.D. 1918, Amherst, M.A. thou., 193-1. Professor of Plnilosoplw. EARL LATHAM Harvard, A.B. 1931, Ph.D. 1939, Amherst, M.A. 1hon.j I9-19, Tosepb B. Etistuuni Professor of .Political Scmicc. KARL LOEWENSTEIN Munich, BL. 191-1, D.C.L. 1919, Entrance into Massachu, Setts Bar, 1939, Amherst, M.A. Chou., 19-10. '71'xl1mm Nul- xtm Cromwell .Professor of iI1l1'1XI21'11tIt'HCt' and P01 tical Science. ALBERT ERNEST LUMLEY Sigma Delta Psi, Chi Delta, Michigan State Normal, BS. 1925, Oberlin, M.A. 1938, Amherst, M.A. 1h0n.J 19-17. Professor of Physical Stimulation. OTTO MANTHEY-ZORN Adelbert College, XVestern Reserve, B.A. 1901, Leipzig, Ph.D. 1904. Professor of Qerumu on 1120 Enzrly C. Tortlml Toltler Toinltintzon. ALLISON WILSON MARSH Phi C-amma Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Amherst, B.A. 1913, Harvard, M.Ed, 1925. Professor' of 7-lygieue and Physical Etiucatron mul Director of Plnysical Education and 71111114 nuiml Sports. GIFTS lfolz Evrauv Qccfmox J. at RAPPCPLI CQ. TI-IE GIFT NQCK 515 MASSACHUSETTS AVE. CAMBRIDGE, NIASS. 22 .NIAIN STREET Cigfc FOOTBALL WEEKENIDS ALUMNI MEETINGS CLASS RELINIONS X , - , C,uuzcu1f1mI5L'c Us 'II Ivuzzcmz Tora Rvtzzru lo 7-Izvzlncrst PACKAGE 61 MAIN STREET Next to Tomi: Hall STGRE Page T1vuUIum1rCd Sixteen A. J. HASTINGS NEWSDEALER mul STATIONER BANNLIIS - PI5NNAxTs STATIONERY ow FOUNTAIN PENS Yew P:II'l4cI' "il" - SlIealTcI' K-Tl'lllITlIWll CGI NEI? IIICII ,III XIAIIXI STRI I:Tg XVatcI'maII and EstcI'lwI'Imk O89 SPGRTINC COGDS Baseball - Tennis Fighing Tackle - Game LNN9 STUDENT SLIPPLIIES NATIONAI. LOOSELEAII NOTEIIOOKS SPIRAL NOTEBOOKS AMI-IERST, MASS. TUDE T DIRECTORY 3 Mansros, Frederick Fairbrother, jr., Beta Theta Pi -toll North Meridian St., Indianapolis S, Ind. 3 Mums, Arthur Louis, Chi Phi 401 Newbridge Road, Bellmore, L. l., 5 Mantis, john Barlow, Delta Kappa Epsilon N.Y. 586-I Xlfalsh St., St. Louis 9, Mo. 1 Martins, William Mott 1333 Manor Circle, Pelham Manor 65, N. Y. 3 MitkIINlIAI.E, Wfallace Smith, Ill, L,j,A C. 720 Westview St., Philadelphia 19, Pa. 3 Manvts, Richard Marr 3-I0 W'est 72nd St., New York 25, N. Y. 3 Mxsos, Robert john, Delta Llpsilon -115 Walnut Blvd., Rochester 2, Mich, 1 Masox, Robert Paige 7b2-1 Bradley Blvd., Bethesda 1-I, Md. 3 'Mtxsoy Edgar Potter, jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon 106 High St., Vl'esterly, R. l. 3 Mutt, Dudley Holmes, jr., Chi Psi XVillowmere Ave , Riverside, Conn. 5 Mi u tt, Adolphus Gustavus, jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon -108 Tuxedo, Webster Groves 19, Mo. 5 Mttuut tc, Llewellyn 10 Newell Court, Amherst, Mass. 5 Mt tttoir, Floyd Samuel, Theta Xi Lithia, Goshen, Mass. 1 AIISIQFR, David XVarren Old janiestown Road, Florissant, Mo. 5 1'Mt'rtttis, Stuart Eugene, Chi Phi Box 55, Hopkinton, N. H. 1 Mui trot, William Luce 14-102 Drexmore Road, Shaker Heights, Ohio 1 Mttirtz, Stephen Cornell 20 Wells Lane, Short Hills, N. j 5 Munn, Stephen Cotter, Alpha Delta Phi 7l0Su11ield Road, Birmingham, Mich. 5 'Mtsx, Roliert Chun, Delta Llpsilon 11-13 Second Ave., Honolulu 41, T. H. 5 Mtsrt it, Rohert Wilson, Chi Phi Tunhridge and Blakely Roads, Haverford, Pa. 1 Mrrtitrtt., john Taylor 25 Blossom Heath, Williamsville, N. Y. l Mitt ltrt t, Philip Herbert 121 Meadow Street, North Amherst, Mass, 3 'Xlostzoiy Lowell XVilton 3015 Eaton Road, Shaker Heights 22, Ohio 3 iNIONIllIII,hYlI1liC1' Henry, jr , Alpha Delta Phi 129 XY'alpole St , Norwood Mass. 5 Moon, Alva, jr., Beta Theta Pi 1247 Hampton Park Drive. S1 l luis 17, Mo. 'T 5 Mootu, Leonard Brown, Theta Delta Chi 11N XY'illow St , Brooklyn 2, N Y. 3 Motirztx, Rohert Owen, Theta Xi 11 Colony Court, Sutntnit, N j. 1 Mono, Thomas Russell 1,5 East Sloth St , New York 2H, N. Y 5 Moitst, Alvertus jackson, Kappa Theta 7tiBancro1t Road, Nortltanipton, Mass 1 Mottst, Kingsley Gates 1030 Aramada Drive, Pasadena, Calif. 1 Moss, Milton 1505 North Franklin St , Philadelphia 22, Pa. 3 Mouttns, Charles Henry Towle Meriden, N. H. l XIOIINT, Richard Clair Star Route, Freeltold, IX. j. 3 Movtie, Donald Eugene, jr , Beta Theta Pi 705 South Elm Blvd , Champaign, lll. 1 Muxitor, Robert Lee 905 Maryland Ave , Pittsburgh 32, Pa. 5 TtNIl.INSILL, Marcus, Delta Kappa Epsilon Osterville, Cape Cod, Mass. 1 Muvsox, Alexander Lee 27 Reid Ave , Port Washington, N. Y. 1 Mum-uv, George Arthur P.O. Box 97-I, Santa Paula, Calif. 3 Mttttt-tty, Gerald Xltililliant, Phi Gamma Delta 1-10 Nlain St , Nlnunt Nlorris, N Y. 5 Mrvt tts, Richard Edward 165 Hampden St., Holyoke, Mass. 5 iNaiman, Chester Lawrence, Delta Llpsilon S12 Miltonia St., Linden, N. j. a Nrtt, Donald Alfred, Theta Xi -133 Geddes St., XVilmington 157, Del. 1 Nixut, Edwin Button -14 Lockwood Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. 5 Nrttr, Rohert Edward, Psi Upsilon 1419 Smith St , Mt. Clemens, Mich. . Ntu.t, W'illiam Alexander, Chi Psi 11 Harcourt Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. n Nrtsox, Thomas Fowler, Chi Phi Lucas Point, Old Greenwich, Conn. 5' Nrrrittow, Richard Ellsworth 196 Manstield St , New Haven 11, Conn. 3 Nexvcosittr, David Sugden, Phi Gamma Delta 27 Houston St., NVest Roxhury 32, Mass. 5 Ntcnots, Peter Kip, Delta Llpsilon 20 Oakridge Road, W'est Orange, N. j. 5 "Ntcttot.s, XlC'illiam Deming, Theta Delta Chi 1601 Ridge Road, North Haven, Conn. 3 Ntcttosow, William Kenneth, jr., Alpha Delta Phi 63 Andrew St., Manhasset, N. Y. 1 Nucor, Amon Russell St. B. 1473, Cape Coast, Gold Coast, B.W.A. 3 NOERDLINCER, Victor Sigmund, jr., Theta Xi 211 Central Park Vlest, New York 24, N. Y. 5 Nucfsr, Frederic Thomas, Phi Delta Theta -14 West 10th St., New York 11, N. Y. 5 Ontxis, Lester Nichols, jr., Phi Gamma Delta 200 Raleigh Ave., Pawtucket, R. I. I TOFHURT5, Donald Ervin 326 Highland Blvd., Waterloo, Iowa Page Two J-lundred Eighteen 'Ot.tis, john Daniel, Phi Alpha Psi 3236 McKinley St., N. XV., Washington 15, D. C. 'Ostsoitx, Donald Newton, L.j.A.C. R.D. No. 1, Belle Vernon, Pa. Ostkaxnctz, Donald Sessions 99 Main St., Farmington, Conn. Patst, Stephen Curtiss 160 East -18th St., New York 17, N. Y., Michael Charles 31 Highbrook Ave., Pelham 65, N. Y. Panic, john Norwood 725 North Mount Pleasant Road, Philadelphia 19, Pa. Pixtzkui, james Erwin, jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon R.D. 3, Glens Falls, Patzsoss, judson Aspinwall, jr., Theta Delta Chi 2176 Westfall Road, Rochester 10, Ptriisos, lan Chipman 128 Ackerman Ave., Ridgewood, Pratnsox, Daniel S., Psi Llpsilon 317 East -1th St., Mt. Vernon, Ptgtnsox, john Reed, jr., Beta Theta Pi 309 East 11th St., Pawhuska, Pick, W'illiam King 5 Washington St., Lexington 73, Ptvvtti, Max Philip, L.j.A C. 56-1 Avenue C, Bayonne, Pt-tins, David Alan, Phi Gamma Delta 2 George Place, East Rockaway, IAITLIQSI s, Harry Edward, Theta Delta Chi N. Y. N. Y. N. j. N. Y. Okla. Mass. N. j. N.Y. 100 Crystal Ave., New London, Conn. Pi ti tts: s, Raymond Carl, Theta Delta Chi 100 Crystal Ave., New London, Conn. Pt ttttsos, Robert Gustave 451 Falls Road, Chagrin Falls, Ohio 'Pttituttq William john, Delta Kappa Epsilon 2901 Terrace Road, Des Moines, Iowa 'Prtssi R, David Eugene, Phi Alpha Psi 9412 Russell Road, Silver Springs, Md. Putt: nfs, Edward Everett, Psi Llpsilon 92 Durand Road, Maplewood, N. j. Ill1I11lI'S, George Xltfesley, Kappa Theta 223 Prospect St., Apt 10-2C, East Orange, N. j. Pu iq, Thomas Frederic, Chi Phi 120 Hawthorne Ave , Glencoe, Ill. Putter, Willard Weed, Chi Phi 1115 Gerry Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 'l'uui, Rohert Bruce, jr., Delta Llpsilon 55 Bay State Road, Holyoke, Mass. Pt tvuiios, Francis Taylor Pearsons, jr , Delta Kappa Epsilon 1165 Fifth Ave., New York 29, N. Y. Pi us: i tt, XY'illiam Leonard, Chi Psi 5111 South Ardmore Ave., Los Angeles 5, Calif. Pont: rc, Arthur Linscott, Delta Llpsilon 29 Hitchcock Road, Amherst, Mass. 'Porettte, Richard Deake Gifford Little Meadow, Sunderland, Mass. Pottt st.: tc, David Huston, ll, Phi Delta Theta 6618 lris Ave., Cincinnati 13, Ohio Poxt tres, Donald Howard, jr. Five Mile River Road, Darien, Conn. Pttarr, Herbert Lee, Ill -1815 East Exeter Blvd , Phoenix Ariz. 'Puvrr, Richard Don, jr , Theta Xi Harte St., Baldwin, N. Y. Ptu sr, james Thomas Morris, Delta Llpsilon 1591 Summit Ave., St. Patil 5, Minn. Ptnit'tt.uui, William H., jr. 35 Orchard Ave., johnson City, N. Y. Pkossttl, Eugene Francis 3115 Yvest End Ave , New York, N. Y. Ihmssw ixtxtt R. Alan, Kappa Theta SPS Strathmore Lane, Rockville Centre, N. Y. Ptutvst, David Gates, Phi Alpha Psi S8 Farlow Road, Newton 58, Mass. Punt tit i., john Edwin, Theta Delta Chi -IS East 5th St., Corning, N. Y. Ptuuvv, NX'illiam Crossley, Phi Alpha Psi 105 Eightieth St., Brooklyn 9, N. Y. Purwvm, jack Sherman 130-1 Berkshire Road, Grosse Pointe 30, Mich. 1Put'x.txi, Leigh Burtis, jr., Theta Xi 207-1 Albion St., Denver 7, Colo. Rasritt t, Donn Spalding, Beta Theta Pi 22 Kenilworth Road, Wellesley 81, Mass. Raxnatt, Francis Ballard, L.j.A.C. 15 Claremont Ave., New York 27, N. Y. Raxsosi, Philip XValter, jr. 604 W'est Ferry St., Buffalo 13, N. Y. R.ttt1'rsnrtto, Theodore Herman, jr., Phi Gamma Delta 2222 Bellfield Ave., Cleveland Heights 6, Ohio 'Rtvxoty W'illiam Arthur, jr., Alpha Delta Phi 7 West Newfield Way, Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. Rrctcurts, Christopher Paul 677 Main St., Malden 48, Mass. TREED, David Disney, Phi Alpha Psi Bolton Road, Harvard, Mass. REED, james Alexander, jr., Chi Psi 29 Collingsworth Drive, Rochester 10, N. Y. i"Rsrs, Comer Spieker, jr. 103 West Third St., Greensburg, Pa. "REo.vRn, Edward joseph, Kappa Theta 37 Central Ave., Hartsdale, N. Y. "REvxoLns, Charles joseph 38 Silver St., Springfield, Mass. Revsotns, Michael Connolly, Phi Delta Theta 220 Douglas Place, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 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"'RtIcItxIIcI-c, john Christian, Pl1i Delta Theta Rttco, john VerNooy 730 Hibbard Road, Xwinnetka, lll. 89 Tompkins St., Cortland, N. Y, Ringo, Samuel Hathaway, Phi Gamma Delta Granville Road, Newark, Ohio Rttxsrn, Robert james, Theta Delta Chi RtIssII.I., Francis Edward RtI1'IrIiGI5, Patil Edmund, jr. Rvin, XVilliam Hutchinson. Sacks, Robert D Sxnioxxski, William joseph, Sisiisirur, Robert Wilbur Stsronn, Edward, Theta Xi Status, Nelson james Stvizss, William Gosnell Scxsuv, George Anderson, Sciixiz, Richard Ansell T52 Cragmont Ave., Berkeley S, Calif. 1112-20 217th St., Queens Village 9, N. Y. 235 East W'ashington Ave., Kirkwood, Mo. Theta Xi XY'ashington St., Duxbury, Mass 1-10 XY'est 87th St., New York 2-1, N, Y. jr., Chi Phi 2 East St., Hadley, Mass. 25 Sutton Place, Rockville Centre, N. Y. T1-1 Fremont Ave., Morris, lll. 110 Dana St., Amherst, Mass. 1115 Nottingham Road, Syracuse 10, Y. jr ,Beta Theta Pi -12 Hickory Drive, Maplewood, N. j. 1550 Asylum Ave., XVest Hartford, Conn. Sciiiiiivcw, Charles William Littlebrook Road, Berwyn, Pa. ScIILxsorx,W'Illian1 Malhes ScIII PII IIrR, Barret Ton les on, Delta Kappa Epsilon 1220 South Grand Ave , West, Springlield, lll. 7 Archway Place, Forest Hills, N. Y. Sciiirssiscin, Paul Gould, L l.A C. R1 Kenwood St., Dorchester 2-1, Mass. SQHAIIII, Cliilord Allen Sciixiuir, Patil Carl 50-1 Sherwood Drive, Webster Groves, Mo. 351 Magee St , Philadelphia, Pa. Sciixrinrn, jules Edouard, jr., Phi Delta Theta 5252 Stonegate Road, Dallas, Texas ScHoLTz, Frederick Henry, Delta Kappa Epsilon ScHR.ic, Peter Sciinziisriz, Sanford jay SCHULENBIIHC, Friedrich We l.eeward Lane, Riverside, Conn. -11-72 Vlllllgtf St., Elmhurst, N. Y. 1020 Osborne Place, New York 53, N. Y. fTlCf Beethovenst 11, Karlsruhe, Baden, Germany ScIIusrI.n, Daniel Madden, Psi Llpsilon 523 Ninth Ave , S XV., Rochester, Minn. Sciixvxiiz, Eugene Richard, Phi Gamma Delta Scuxx ARZKOPF, Daniel Bened SCHXY'-XRZKOPF, Walter Max Ssattirs, john Randolph Ssktiu, Frank D. deRenard Siixsriz, XVilliam MacBride, SII.iPI1to, Bennett lrving 1520 Miami Road, Benton Harbor, Mich. ict, Theta Xi Mount Airy Road, Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y. t-01 W'-:st 2-17th St., New York 65, N. Y. -10 Druid Hill Road, Summit, N. j. 158 Old Mamaroneck Road, White Plains, N. Y. lr., Chi Phi 6-11 Sussex Road, W'ynnewood, Pa. 19926 Kingsbury Blvd., St. Louis 5, Mo. SH.vxv', Edward Culver, L.j.A.C. 619 Vfyndemere Ave., Ridgewood, N. j. SHAW", Leo Nelson, jr., Psi Llpsilon 250 Paine Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. SHirrrI., Theodore Coleman , Phi Alpha Psi 33 Oxford Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. SHPLDON, David Frederick, Delta Kappa Epsilon Sitnrox, Napier 2110 Twelfth St., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio -H11 Hadtield Lane, NW., Washington, D. C. SHHPPAHD. Edson Peaslfe. lr. 1116 Sherman St., Danville, 111. "Sushi, james ArthIIr, Theta Xi 1-l Ridgecrest North, Scarsdale, N. Y. Susim, Donald Norman, Phi Alpha Psi Stocrss, Charles George SIHLER, john Christian, Phi SIAION, Donald Allen SIMPSON, G. Northrup, jr. 2207 University Ave., Bronx 53, N. Y. 52 Woods Lane, Scarsdale, N. Y. Alpha Psi 3310 Kenmore Road, Shaker Heights 22, Ohio 5 Hall Ave., Larchmont, N. Y. 5637 Dorchester Ave., Chicago 37, lll. Simrsos, Henry Keith, Chi Psi 2430 Santa Barbara St., Santa Barbara, Calif. Page Two J-luridred ffweitty-tivo SINGER, Barry Haas, Chi Psi T4 Brewster Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. SINGER, Franklin jules, Kappa Theta 2-16 West Llpsal St., Philadelphia 19, Pa. SIRIS, james Robert, Theta Xi 33 East 70th St., New York 21, N, Y. Sl-CEELE, Robert Billington, Alpha Delta Phi Old Garrison House Farm, Newmarket, N. H. Suiiimen, Lars Arne, Phi Alpha Psi 7110 Narrows Ave., Brooklyn 9, N. Y. Siawsos, W'illiam David 2702 Robinson Road, S.E., Grand Rapids, Mich. SLIGHT, George, jr. TSLOTE, Robert Kiley SSHEALLIE, james Arthur SSILEIH, Conrad SNIETH unsr, Edward W'illianI, 1813 Hinman Ave., Evanston, lll. 1-15 Hicks St., Brooklyn 2, N. Y. 1 McClellan Avenue, Amsterdam, N. Y. Cat Rock Road, Cos Cob, Conn. 26 Ardsley Road, Montclair, N. j. 'Sx1IrII, Donald XVilliam Columbiaville, N. Y. 'SxIIrI4, Frederick Burton, jr., Alpha Delta Phi 625 Hillcrest Ave., Orlando, Fla. Sxiirii, George Francis Boyde, L j,A,C. 1828 Asylum Ave., XVest Hartford 7, Conn. SAIITH, Seward 108 Primrose St., Chevy Chase, Md. Sskti, john Nelson, Phi Gamma Delta 203-1 Hawthorne Lane, Evanston, lll. Ssouontss, Richard Wallace, Psi Llpsilon XY'est River Road, Olean, N. Y. Sxow, Gerald joralemon, Phi Delta Theta The Orchard, Lenox, Mass. 'SoIiFk, Richard Newton, Alpha Delta Phi 15 Vfindsor Circle, Springfield, Delaware Co., Pa. Son sits, Anthony Edward S00 South San Rafael Ave., Pasadena, Calif. Srrxcrn, james Herbert, jr, Chi Psi 110 Main St., Newton, N. j. Sprxcrk, Reid Cantield E13 Gordonhurst Ave., Upper Montclair, N. j. Sricki-oI.r, Robert Hayes, Theta Delta Chi 100 Montclair Ave , Montclair, N. j. ST.1l.lfY, john Richard, jr , L.j A C, 3000 North Sheridan Road, Chicago 14, lll., Nicholas Taylor, Alpha Delta Phi R.F.D., Essex, Conn. 'Sr-.xros, john Phillips, Psi Llpsilon ti jerome Place, Llpper Montclair, N. j. Sticititz, Robert Donald, jr., Pl1i Alpha Psi 120 Beach Road, Glencoe, lll. S1srIsIIIIto, Malcolm Saul, L.j.A.C, -131 Lincoln Ave., Highland Park, N. j. Srsitx, Robert Lester IS Cumberland Drive, Yonkers 5, N. Y. TSTOKTR, Harry Beadling, jr., Psi Llpsilon 3607 East -lth St., Duluth 5, Minn. Srooitiv, johII Hoyt, Delta Kappa Epsilon 9-13 Lexington Ave., New York 21, N. Y. Sroproizn, William, Chi Phi 50 Chestnut St., Andover, Mass. Sriuiiix, john Windrum, lll, L.j.A.C. 20 Hickory Drive, Maplewood, N. j. Srninziir, Theodore Carter 315 South Harrison St., East Orange, N. j. 141 Summit Ave., Upper Montclair, N. j. The Latches Lane Apartments, Merion, Pa, Sriuir, Charles Mclver SllTHl-RLXNIJ, Donald Xltfood 'StIrrox, Harold Gritiiths, jr. 105 West Underwood St., Chevy Chase 15, Md. 1 Roseland Road, NVorcester 5, Mass. 134 Aurora St., Hudson, Ohio Sxvxaxsox, Maynard XX'illiam Sxvttxsrox, Thomas Robinson SXXAX'ZlF,ClCO1'l Oliphant, ll, L.j.A.C. 9-112 Russell Road, Silver Spring, Md. Sweirzriz, Thomas Cummings, Theta Delta Chi Liberty St., Madison, Conn. Svfirr, Richard Lawrence 47 Summer St., North Amherst, Mass. Swisnriis, William, jr., Beta Theta Pi 6317 S. W. Hamilton St., Portland 1, Oregon TAFT, Charles Kirkland, Beta Theta Pi 231 North Drexel Road, Bexley, Ohio TAFT, Earl jay 249 Beach 139th St., Belle Harbor, L. I., N. Y. Txrr, Kingsley Arter, jr. 231 North Drexel Road, Bexley, Ohio T.tI.M.ioi:Is, Richard Edgar 535 North and South Road, University City, Mo. Taxon, john Carroll, lll, Chi Psi 518 Carlisle St., Hanover, Pa. TATE, Mercer Dunbar, Phi Alpha Psi 707 North Mount Pleasant Road, Philadelphia 19, Pa. TAYLOR, Bennett Allan, Chi Phi 825 Boulevard, Westfield, N. j. Tnsszv, Albert William, jr. 30 Wedgemere Road, Malden, Mass. TERRY, Marshall Northway, jr, 5800 Miami Road, Cincinnati 27, Ohio THIES, Arthur Perry, Phi Gamma Delta 902 North Pleasant St., Amherst, Mass. THOMAS, Francois, L.j.A.C. 72 Avenue de Versailles, Paris XVIeme, France THOA1AS, Harry Amos, Chi Phi 114 Summerfield Road, Chevy Chase 15, Md. "THoxus, Richard Lee, Alpha Delta Phi 32 Southbourne Road, Boston 30, Mass. AMHERST GARAGE GO. INCORPORATED 0 Repair Shop 0 Storage 0 Towing Service 0 Amucu Gas 0 MiIIer Tires T1.I.i,mmNia 404 Amiierxt, .Nlassacimsetts NORTHAMPTON 81 BOSTON EXPRESS Ifolrifvlinieirlx of NORTHAMPTON STREET RAILWAY COMPANY EDWARD A. PEIUSSIILR 'l'iceAPresirIeul and Qenerul fIIa1mg1er WE BUY AND SELL NEXV AND USED STUDENT FURNITURE RUBYJS FURNITURE STORES I5 BRIDGE STREET NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Norilmuililoizk Eilrilexl ,I:IH'lIIIlIl'L' Store Now Mucil LARGVR Aww Nriwm DECORATI in 121510 QTwu Iliariiinuf .T Il Complclc PHCTOCRAPHIC SERVICE TO THE 1950 OLIO O SARCENT STLIDIQ, INC 154 Bm'1,s'l'uN S'lkRlEIi'I' Bowux, Ivins. NEWTON FELCH MCKEON. JR. Chi Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Amherst, B.A. 1926. Proleiwr U1 5111111911 1lIItI IJm'c1oi' ol fioiwciw .'l1t'mov1i1l Lilimrv. CHARLES HILL MORGAN Delta Kappa Epsilon, Harvard, BA. 192-1, MA. 1926. Ph.D. 1928. Proltwsor of Tim' .-his on tht' 'l1'1llmm R. flltuiri 'foumitifloiz mul Ilueclor o1 11m -I1I1II1tIII1 R. fllutnl .1Icmoim1 ,111 Burltliml. VINCENT MORGAN Kappa Gamma Psi, New England Conservatory of Music, B.M. 1932, M.M. 1934. Pr'o1e5sor' of .TIIIIYILH LAURENCE BRADFORD PACKARD Delta Upsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, Harvard, B.A. 19119, Ph.D. 1921, Amherst, MA. 1h0n.1 193-1. .Jiisou 13. fllorst' Prohwf for of fI'I1.s1orv. HAROLD HENRY PLOUGH Delta Upsilon, Sigma Xi, Amherst, B.A. 1913, Columbia, M.A. 1915, Ph.D 1917. Et1uum1 S. Hrzrlcness Prolcssor ol -BIOIOJY. STANLEY CURTIS ROSS Otterbein, B.A. 1916, Franklin, l-L.D. thon.1 1936. 'Tisiliiiri Professor of Economics. EDWARD DWIGHT SALMON Delta Llpsilon, Rochester, BS. 1917, Harvard, MA. 1923, Ph.D. 1934, Amherst, M.A. 1hon.1 1938. 'I1'i11lcIcv 111 ofcssor of fHis1orv. ANTHONY SCENNA Phi Beta Kappa, Amherst, B.A. 1927, Columbia, M.A. 1929, Ph.D. 1937. Professor of Qernmu. OSCAR EMILE SCHOTTE Sigma Xi, Geneva, Switzerland, DSC. 1925, Amherst, MA. Chon.1 1944. Rufus Tvler Lincoln Professor of Bxoloiiv. CHARLES LAWTON SHERMAN Phi Beta Kappa, Harvard, B.A. 1917, Ph.D. 1928, Grenoble, Licencie-es-lettres, 1920, Amherst, M.A. Chon.D 1940. Pro- fessor of History and Political Science. fl, NEWTON mriteow, ,uw VINCENT Moumx 1 - I I ' I HAROLD P1.ouc:H EDXVARD SA LMON OSCAR SCHOTTE 1fHARl.I3S .XIORCAN . Jn' S 21 ,ir ez. 'I .f 1 JPQ r IAURIINCIE P,xf1K,xRD ST.-X NLEY ROSS .-X NTHONY SCENNA CHARLES SHERMAN IjiItIL'N11IU1Cc'11 STUDE T DIRECTORY Triosirisos, lohn lfduard, Phi Gamma Delta 39 Fuller Brook Road, XY'ellesley HI, Mass Trrosrsors, Donald Owen 4511 Birth Place, NY'estheld, N. ,l. Trsc, Ronert tilun Yao efo l1r Yoeh-Ming Ting, 2-I72I Dunning Ave , Dearhorn, Mich. TIst.I.Iv, Harleigh Van Slyek, lr., Chi Phi 23 Lluion St , Bristol, R. I Toiurt, Charles XY"orth, Delta Llpsilon I117 Lake Forest St., St Louis 17, Mo. Tomi, Miehael, Beta Theta I'i lrvinrztwu, N, Y Tor:s:sIrI.s, jan Peter, Theta Xi Nlo Youngs Ford Road, Gladwyne, Pa Toorarri, Robert Luce, Psi Llpsilon llo Riverside Drive, Riverhead, N. Y. Tor rr Is, ,lanies Ballard 72 Farley Ave , Fanwood, N. ,I TTRIlRI.X', Charles Signor, ,lr , Chi Psi Il Shady Hill Road, Newton Highlands ol, Mass. -l'ItIIN1III.IIt, Charles Alexander, Theta Delta I'hi NIS' 3 Forest Ave., Evanston, lll Tort, Allan Willard, Phi Alpha Psi ZHT Simsbury Road, Bloomrield, Conn. TIII III, flitlord Horace, Ir., Delta Llpsilon Bihbins Lane, Easton, Conn Txvirrn N, Harold lfllrs '12l1 Amherst St , Buffalo ltr, N. Y LIIII, Herhert Harris 12113 Richmond Road, Dongan Hills, S l., N Y Vastu V.vII, ,Iohn Leonard, Theta Delta Chi II2 Shoreham Drive, Roehester Ill, N. Y VAN Horsr N, David Mynderse -I2-I Occidental Ave , San Mateo, Calit. VAN XWIINKII, lon, I'hi Psi '15 Dupont Ave., XVhite Plains, N. Y. VIRNON, ,laek Hayward, Alpha Delta Phi 721 West Venter St . Medina, N. Y. Vrsr, Hans, Kappa Theta North XVliituey Street Ext., Amherst, Mass. Whitt IIII rc, Xvalter' llenry, lr ,Theta Delta Chi 1127 Twickenham Road, Vustis XYoods, Glenside, Pa XlU.tItI Irrrri, Bernard Dick 2-II1 Argonne Drive, Kerunore, N Y Warkirt, Iohn Richmond, Phi Alpha Psi '23 Border St , Cohasset, Mass Whit Liu I, wllllldltl Venard, lr ,Theta Xi 3I23 Orthard Road, Silver Lake, Vuyahoga Falls, Ohio XX'IvIrIsI,IoroI, David 47 Clark St., Belmont 793, Mass XV.trIs, Raymond Mareus, Ir. 511 East Market St., Bethlehem, Pa W',tI.rI II, Harold lohn, lr. Z2I1Mentlon St , Uxbridge, Mass Warow, Robert Theodore 24 Mounttort Road, Newton Highlands ol, Mass. Xllfisrtrirrrts, Thomas tfampbell 2247 Ash St , Denver 7, Colo. Wffisrr, Donald Allen, Kappa Theta -Iol11Gult Terraee, Minneapolis I11, Minn. Whitt, George hvlllllilll, Alpha Delta lllll 38 Ballon Road, Providence 1r, R I Wftirrtsiis, lohn, I hi I'hi 15 XRlt'X'IlI11lIIlI St , Providence 1-, R l Wiirtrss, Willrani Allen, lr., Delta llpsilon 229 Onwentsia Road, Lake Forest, Ill Wffxrsos, Richard Emery S7-I North lflru St , W'allingIord, Conn. Wfxrsos, Samuel Mead, Phi Delta Theta QIJ, Xlllest Mount Airy Ave , Philadelphia Pl, Pa WI it I It, Sterling LeRoy 455 North l.t1IlI.Z Beath Road, Rockville Centre, N Y wllltllt, Mark Stevens 113 Barker St , Buffalo. N Y. Wrrnrs, Ioseph Ira 13117 Carrall St, Brooklyn I3, N Y. XVIIr4s, Vlfillard Tratell, Phi Alpha Psi 211 Willow St., Brooklyn '2, N Y, WHINSIIIN, Rohert XY'illiarn Fl Brookline Ave, Holyoke, Mass Wfrrss, Donald Ioseph It1'l Bellevue St , West Roxbury, Mass Wrisr, Wllllldlll Godtrey, ,lr 7I lldgernont Road, Katonah, N. Y. Wr1.IsIIts, Bradtord Sargent, Phi Della Theta hwltfllllfllll Road, Topstield, Mass WI Lis, Edgar Terry, lr., Delta Llpsilon IIS Franklin Turnpike, Mahwah, N l Wrrrs, ,lohn Foreman, lr. R3-64 Talbot St., Kew Gardens 15, L. l., N. Y WI MI-I I, XVilliam Wallace, Ill, Psi Llpsilon I333 Lowell Road, Schenectady, N. Y XVINIIoIosItr, Roger lohn 33 Main St., Hattield, Mass. 'WI.sriorosItI, William George 33 Main St., Hatheld, Mass Wrsrz, Theodore Emory 'IDI Lingrove Place, Pittsburgh B, Pa. XYIISI I v, Edwin Frantis, Kappa Theta n411l Ridgewood Ave , Chevy Chase, Md, Bradtord Williams, lr, 3'111 Lakeside Road, Ardmore, Pa. Wrsrrtav, Harry Herron, lll, Chi Phi '23 Standish Road, Stamford, Conn. TWYSIlO1i'l', Earl Hamilton, Theta Xi N115 Newhury St., Springfield 7, Mass. WI vr., Thomas j., ll, Beta Theta Pi lr Van Dyke Ave., Amsterdam, N. Y, Wltt'I'I-I'R, ,IUIHI Parks 3 Sunset Drive, Anniston, Ala. Wrrirrnn,-tri, Thomas Bacon, L I A t". H-I Sunset Ave., Amherst, Mass. rule 'Tivo SI'ltIlItlI't.'tl iTII'L'lllV'NlN I Winn, john Gerald, jr. H3-I Lincoln Ave., Nwinnetka, lll. I XYIIIIII, Somers Hayes ISI-I East Kensington Blvd., Milwaukee II, W'is. F 'XY'rIIIrsi., George Fowler, Theta Delta Chi l1r7 Linden St., Holyoke, Mass. .3 XY'IIIIsI v, George Matson, Phi Garrinia Delta 407 Main St., Conneaut, Ohio I XVII Ivor I, ,lerold Benjamin I-IIS Fitth Ave., Pittsburgh 13, Pa. I XXIII rrvsrs, Daniel Elias Madison St., Waterville, N. Y. 5 Wu Irt.sis, Henry Archer, ll, Psi Llpsilon 328 Main St., Conneaut, Ohio 3 XVII Irasrs, lames Stoddard, Psi Llpsilon 384 Longmeadow St., Longmeadow, Mass. 3 XXIII I rvrtisos, Douglas Franklin, -lr., Beta Theta Pi Box 896, Marion, S. C. 3 Wnsos, Harry Davis, ,lr , Chi I-'hi l'211l Roundhill Road, Baltimore 18, Md. 3 Wnsos, William Howell, Psi Llpsilon 531 Cattell St., Easton, Pa. I Vl'Is:sIIII-, Edward Newell, lr. to Shettield Road, Wfinchester, Mass. I Wrssroxv, David Kenelm Box -IS, Norfolk, Mass. I XYYINIIRI It, Philip Steele on Fairlield Drive, Short Hills, N. 3 XRIOI I I, Richard Shipley, Chi Psi I2 Orchard St., Elsmere, N Y. 'T Wooiirtrerrttzr, lohu Marshall, Phi Alpha Psi Il Claremont Ave , New York 27, N. Y. I Woornnurrnr, Thomas Middleton Conway Road, Route '2, Chestertield, Mo. l Wuout or Ia, Floyd Baylie IIN Grasmere Road, Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. I XY'lt111l1I1III r, Spotford Ill Apple Tree Lane, Barrington, R. l. I Wooraiis, Henry Newbold, Ill Bontieu Farm, Paoli, Pa. 3 Wriav, David Bonteeou, Beta Theta Pi 3 5 3 32411 Henry Hudson Parkway, Riverdale, N. Y. 'WIni.IIr, Bruce William, L ,I AC. Noll Cioodtellow Blvd., St. Louis 21, Mo hviltlt-III, Kenneth Trude, Alpha Delta lllll 5410 Hyde Park Blvd , Chicago, Ill. XWVRIL-III, Saruuel Lame, lr., Delta Kappa Epsilon 11211 Walsh Road, Menlo Park, Calit. XY'IIIIsIvs, Franklin Arthur -I W'indsor Ave , Melrose Park, Philadelphia ltr, Pa. I hlillllllll I, David Carl I1t1I High St., Perth Amboy, N. ,l. I XY'vI IIt.I I, lames Follanshee 33211 Dorchester Road, Shaker Heights 211, Ohio 7 Wx mis, Thornas Hunt, Psi Llpsilon Ttntl Washington Ave., St. Louis 5, Mo. I YnIIsI.In s, William Thomas Harvey 211112 Hartzell St., Evanston, Ill. a Y1IItst, Yo, L I.A C. i Cfo Miss Ruth I Seahury, I-I Beacon St., Boston, Mass. TIII I, Arthur Baker, Kappa Theta l'lS0kiJI1Il7IILIgU Road, Lansing Ill, Mich I Ztror, Ioseph Edward 311 Russell St., Hadley, Mass. I XI I I I II, Hubert Raymond, Ir. Orange Venter Road, Orange, Conn. I XII I, Wray Grayson, Ill o'21r East Beau St., Wfashington, Pa 3 Zll I, Howard Morton, L,,I.A.t'. 31t Wfesttield Road, Holyoke, Mass 3 Zrxrxiiresiiss,Vl'illiam,,lr,L.l.A C. Deaver and Rires Mill Roads, Wyneote, Pa GRADUATE STUDENTS Aramis, Herbert Patriek tlisr iso, Carlos Arturo Spread Eagle Colony, Stratford, Pa. J lalmira, Valle del Cauca, Colombia, S. A t'rrvr-Is, Mrs. Lucy Olds H2 G.I. Village, Amherst, Mass. t'IisIIsIis, Solomon Frederiek, lr ll-Il River Road, Agawam, Mass. Cfvsirtsrti, ,leaunette Ro North Pleasant Street, Amherst, Mass EI I Is, lohn Francis 311 Holley Place, Torrington, Conn. Gntsos, lolin Browning 21.88 Colchester Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio Goorrxias, Charles David 154 Rugby Road, Brooklyn 26, N, Y, Grtoss, Samir L 51 Pilgrim Road, Marblehead, Mass. Gina, Alice Teresa 811' 3 Cottage Street, Easthampton, Mass. H vi I, Alden Barker Hxtr rat, Edward Gerhardt Blair Academy, Blairstowu, N. I. Taylor, Wis. KIIIII., Charles Samuel, -lr. 71r Oakland Avenue, Auburnclale oo, Mass. Lxstv, Francois Paris, France NIILIIR, Tiltord Day Belden Hill Road, Wilton, Conn. Pitoir xviso, Saverio I8 Sabbath Day Path, Huntington, L. I., N. Y. Sasris, Richard Humbert 2112 New York Avenue, Brooklyn I6, N. Y. Skrrrrsizs, Henry Hills -I8 Gray Street, Amherst, Mass. Sivirrr masts, Xllfilliam Duane 'JI7 South Pleasant Street, Amherst, Mass. SIII I Ivvx, Howard Edwards, lr. 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Y k - V -.-ktioiffii.:wifJTm.4kf.-1rf.V-1'.-'1 1'1'i:1T:.fff 4-TVf.':.-' 'f '1.f'vi"g.x.V2f' AL... '. ' '- 'y '- H ' ' 5-is f T-5: . Agni-.x:. Q . ,. '1'II1Z111J1fJ111I SULLER ATHERTON SPRACUE 12 s- A .A . :.. . ,,,- I I- , f 1 XV1l.1.1A1X1 STIFLER CIEORCE TAYLOR li Y x X N 0 1 I-REDVRICIQ 'TLIRCEON COLSTON XVARNE GEORGE WHICHER ROBERT WHITNEY -ff m ,gg xr' - ' sz -25111 ' ' I- . .kfs. t ,X - gs H ,.,, 1 ,jf RALPH WILLIAMS ROBERT BREUSCH Page Tivcnly THEODORE SOLLER Cvamma Alpha, Sigma Xi, Phi Beta Kappa, Oberlin, B.A. 1922, Wiscoiisin, M.A. 1924, Ph.D. 1931, Amherst, M.A. 1hon.J 19-16. Professor of Physics. ATHERTON HALL SPRAGUE Delta Llpsilon, Amherst, B.A. 1920, Princeton, M.A. 1923, Ph.D. 1940. Professor of Jltitlieiiitifics. WILLIAM WARREN STIFLER Gamma Alpha, Sigma Xi, Shurtleff, B.A. 1902, Illinois, M.A. 19118, PhD. 1911, Amherst, M.A. Ihon.J 1934. Professor of Plvvsrcs. GEORGE ROGERS TAYLOR Chicago, Ph.B. 1921, PhD. 1929, Amherst, M.A. 1hon.1' 1939. .I'rofessor of Economics. FREDERICK KING TURGEON Beta Theta Pi, Phi Beta Kappa, Bowdoin, B.A. 1923, Har- vard, M,A. 192-1, PhD. 1930, Amherst, M.A. 1hon.l 1940. Professorof'Treuc1J. COLSTON ESTEY WARNE Kappa Delta Rho, Artus, Cornell, B.A. 1920, M.A. 1921, Chicago, Ph.D. 1925, Amherst, M.A. 1hon.l 1942. Profes, sor of fftoixoniitis. GEORGE FRISBIE WHICHER Theta Delta Chi, Phi Beta Kappa, Amherst, B.A. 1910, Columbia, M.A. 1911, PhD. 1915. Professor of English on the fFrtmIc L. Bttlvlvott EIILILPIIVTIICTIT. ROBERT BYRON WHITNEY Delta Llpsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Phi Lambda Up- silon, Minnesota, B.A. 1924, Ph.D. 1927. Professor of f.I1t'ri1is1ij'. RALPH COPLESTONE WILLIAMS Phi Ciamma Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, -Iohns Hopkins, B.A. 1908, Ph.D. 1917, Amherst, M.A. 1,hon.1 1934. Professor of PF1't'11L'I1. ROBERT HERMANN BREUSCH Freiburg, P1i.D. 1932. Associate Professor of f11at1Je1imtiCs and Physics. PHILIP HALL COOMBS Chi Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Amherst, B.A. 1937, University of Chicago, 1937-1939, Brookings Institute, 1939-19-10. As- sociate Professor of Economics. GEORGE ARMOUR CRAIG Alpha Delta Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Amherst, BA. 1937, Hai'- vard, MA. 1938, Ph.D. 1947. Associate Professor of Eualxslv DAVID CALDWELL GRAHAME Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Minnesota B.Ch.E. 1935, California, Ph.D. 1937. Associate Professor of Chemistry. ALFRED FREEMAN HAVIGHURST Phi Delta Theta, Ohio XVesleyan, BA. 1925, Chicago, MA. 1928, Harvard, Ph.D. 1936. ,Issocxate .Professor of History MANFORD VAUGHN KERN Zeta Chi, Phi Beta Kappa, XVilliam Jewell College, AB 1918, Indiana, A.M. 1921, Princeton, A.M. 1930. ,lssocmtt Professor oil Classics, THEODORE KOESTER Sigma Xi, Nllfesleyan, B.A. 1936, Hartford Theological Sem' inary, B.D, 19-12, Columhia, Ph.D. 1945. flssocxate Professor of Psycbologv. JAMES ALFRED MARTIN, JR. Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Kappa Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa, Wake Forest, B.A. 1937, Duke, MA. 1938, Coluinhia, PhD. 1944. Associate Professor of Religion, HENRY GEORGE MISHKIN California, B.A. 1931, Harvard, tv1.A. 1937, Ph.D. 1938. Associate Professor of flluszc, College Oraamst, Chou fllasf ter, and Director of the Qlee Clulv. ELLSWORTH ELLIOT RICHARDSON Alpha Delta Phi, Amherst, B.A. 1927, MA. 1932. ,-lssocxate Professor of Physical Education and lbirector of Treslmian Pbvsical Education ami Athletics. EDWIN CHARLES ROZWENC Phi Beta Kappa, Amherst, B.A. 1937, Columbia, MA. 1938, Ph.D. 1941. Associate Professor of History. r Q , ,itlifwi :L ,Q 1: '-" ' , , eff. 1... Q f su , , ' fr -. L an is-: 1,-.1 , 5 595: " PHILIP comms GEORGE CRAIG . .,w'N . i. ' ' ll' f , I. 3 all .f , X' .1 . . .l 4'E,Qi,f'i if'--ttf DAVID CRAHAME Al.lERlfD HAVICHURST MANFORD KERN THEODORE KOESTER ,I .' lt jAtX1ES MARTIN, JR. HENRY MISHKIN ' ' ' 1 s-N P iffll I p 1 ,, .s an so E. E. RICHARDSON EDXVIN ROSXVENC Vaglc Qlwentv-out A LBERT XVOOD 1 fi, 1 X -1. '13 tx ,pf - FDXV.-XRD A NIIZQ 'M W1 55 Q A A "fig, ",' if , 5 I ' '15 .3 533511 BRLIHI? BENSON LYNE FEW' ff-' . . I ,A 'P Q. X 'i33Q?Q1'Ffi5Q-ey,,. 1 P I' ff: 1137-fi5i?EL,2f15. " FV . .:,:+' ' :5g:?g.,,3fsF?if . FRANCIS GILLESPIE Page .T1m'ii1V-Iwo mi BENVIAMIN ZIECLER I X5 .if 95 l ir. I X . D. riEs,xR BARBER M .. . QF- xx , 153-91. i X .. -ma . i3.gfii+51i':1- XYIILI.-XN1 If.-XIRB.-XNK XY'ILI1.-X51 GIBSON 0' . CONRAD HEMOND ALBERT ELMER WOOD Sigma Xi, Phi Beta Kappa, Princeton, BS. 1930, Columbia, MA. 1932, Ph.D. 1935. Associate Professor of Biology. BENJAMIN MUNN ZIEGLER Phi Beta Kappa, Harvard, B.A. 1928, LLB. 1931, M.A. 1932, Ph.D. 1935. ,Issocmte Professor of Political Science. EDWARD AMES Harvard, B.A. 19-12, M.A. 1947, M.P.A. 1947. Jlssistmit P1 nfessor of Econonucs. CESAR LOMBARDI BARBER Phi Beta Kappa, Harvard, B.A. 1935, Henry Fellowship, Cambridge, England, 1935, 1936, -Iunior Fellow, Harvard, 1936-1939. ,Jssishmf .Professor of Emllisln. BRUCE BUZZELL BENSON Sigma Xi, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Amherst, B.A. 1943, Yale, MS. 19-15, Ph.D. 1947. .-lssxsfimt Professor of Plwvsics. WILLIAM MARTIN FAIRBANK Sigma Xi, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Wlhitman, B.A. 1939, Yale, .X1.S. 19-17, Ph.D. 1948. flssisttmt Professor of Physics. LYNE STARLING FEW Phi Delta Theta, Phi Beta Kappa, Duke, B.A. 1935, M.A. 1936. Assistant P1 ulcssor of Plvaloxofiliv. WILLIAM WALKER GIBSON Yale, B.A. 19-10, Iowa, MA. 19-16. flssistmit Professor of Enqlisli. FRANCIS LAURENCE GILLESPIE -lsslslmif Professor of Plnyszcul Education. CONRAD JOSEPH HEMOND Massachusetts State, B.S. 1938, M.A. 1946. Jlssistmit Pro- fessor of Physics, TAYLOR HINTON Sigma Xi, Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Epsilon, Alabama, HA. 1939, Columbia, Ph.D. 1944. Assistant Professor' of I3IUl011Y4 ERNEST ALFRED JOHNSON Chi Psi, Amherst, B.A. 1939, Chicago, 1V1.A. 1940, I'Ia1'vHl'Cl MA. 1941, 91315141111 Wojiessor' of ,Ronmnce 1Qm1gmmes. WINTHROP OTIS .IUDKINS Harvard, BA. 1934, M.A. 19-17. Jnxsttuil Professor of Tim' .Jr1s. MICHAEL JOSEPH KENNEDY flssistant Professor of Wvvsxcnl Xdxmitxovi mul JIWINILHII 131' rector of the Qwumisimu. MELVIN KRANZBERG Lord ,Ietlrey Amherst Club, Phi Beta Kappa, Amherst, B.A. 1938, Harvard, M.A, 1939, Pl1.D. 1942. flssxstnuf Pvojwsoi of 'H151orv. JOSEPH THOMAS MARAS Cvamma Phi, Duquesne, B.Ed. 1938. flsmfmxl Professor ol Plwsictll Etlzacafiou. RALPH CLELAND MCGOUN. JR. Delta Tau Delta, Amherst, B.A. 1927, M.A. 1929, .almslunl Professor of Diuumtzts mul .-IL'1.I7111L'i1I llxiurlor' ol Knlvv 711611161 . JOHN ANDREW MOORE Phi Beta Kappa, Harvard, B.A. 1938, M.A. 19-10. Axsxsltlvzl Professor of Classics t1m1'1-Iiumunties, RICHARD DUNN NORTHCRAFT Psi Upsilon, Sigma Xi, Wasliiiigton, BS. 1940, MS. 19-11, Stanford, Ph.D. 19-16. flssislmit Professor of Biolotw. PETER OUROUSSOFF Gymnasium of Yalta, 1918, Courses in Law at the Univer- sity of Rome, 1920, Courses in Literature at the Sorbonne, 1926. 'Visiting -hlssistmzt Professor of Russian. . N v I .f ' 1 N X v"L 1' IH A ' 4 ,ef f , .KHP-f-A TAYLOR HINTON 4 if 'ii at XVITNITIIROI' ,ILIDKINS 1 1 16, A .fi -r...f 'jg'-ag' vs'- . I .. ' Q 1 IERNFST JOHNSON MICQI IAEI. KENNEDY MIIVIN KRANZISVRCZ 11A1.1'I1 Mft Ll FUN, ,IR 1 . , L .A " x. Qi, 'J 1 39- 1 + ve "Wi, -2115. RICHARD NORTHCRAFT 5- I E ,IOSFPH MARAS ix, X IQ , aa . , Lay, ,..,. . 1Ai19., JOHN mooizr vpn PETER OLIROUSSOFF Ptlglt' iT11"81l1Y3II71'L'L' 1'- ?-Qiiiw is 2 63- gl xx, . MURRAY PIEPPARD CHARLES ROGERS STEVEN ROSTAS DAVID TODD A . :R .SR I ' 3 I1 , , . A wie . gif. ...- A ...,,. 754 . RICIIARD XWILSON X R , if 9- K N We , " r .ww f'12ss:, I PHILIP CHENOXVETII XVENDELL CLAUSEN pg 1111 III I Q T A FRANCIS DIBBLE W'Il.I-IAM ECK Page Sl-IPUIIIY-IOII1' CHA RLITS XVOODIILIRY MURRAY BISBEE PEPPARD Phi C-amma Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Amherst, B.A. 1939, Yale, M.A. 1942, Ph.D. 1948. ,llssistuut Professor of Qer- llldll. CHARLES ENSIGN ROGERS Delta Sigma Rho, Sigma Nu, Albion, B.A. 1927, Columbia, MA. 1931. flssistrmt Professor of Tune Arts mui Dravmlfics. STEVEN MARTIN ROSTAS Baro Eotvoes College, Budapest, B.A. 1921, Hyannis State Teachers, M.Ed. 1942. flssishmt Professor of .Physical Edu, cation. DAVID TODD Swarthmore, BA. 1938, Harvard, Ph.D. 1942. Jlssnshmt Professor of Chemistry. RICHARD EUGENE WILSON Midland, B.A. 1934, Springfield, B.P.E. 1937, M.Ed. 1938. ,Issxsttmt Professor' of Pluysnml Education. CHARLES BENJAMIN WOODBURY Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Oberlin, A.B. 1940, Yale, Ph.D. 1943, .lssxstuul Professor of Psyclnoloilv. OTIS CARY Amherst, BA. 1946, Servimy ut Doslnxslm University, Kyoto, liifmn. PHILIP ANDREW CHENOWETH Sigma Xi, Columbia, B.A. 1946, M.A. 1947. Instructor in Qt-olouv. WENDELL VERNON CLAUSEN Phi Beta Kappa, Xlifashirigton, B.A. 19-15, Chicago, Ph.D. 19-IS. Instructor ui Classics. FRANCIS DANIEL DIBBLE Phi Kappa Psi, Amherst, B.A. 1947. Instructor in Public Sfwizlclrig. WILLIAM LEIGHTON ECK Springfield, BS. 1941, University of Massachusetts, M.A. 1949. flnstructor in Physical Education. JAMES EELLS, JR. Alpha Delta Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Bowdoin, B.A. 19-17. Ill' St1'11C101' 111 f1111111t'11111t1cv. DAVID MARTIN GOOD Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Amherst, B.A. 1913, Princeton, M.A. 19-17. 711.s1111c1o1 111 ,J111111c1111111t'Q111111 Plwslw. HOLLIS WILBURN HUSTON Alpha Psi Delta, Willariiette, A.B. 194-1, Duke, BD, 1947, Ph.D. 19-19, 111S11'11C1u1' 111 RQ11111o11. KENNETH WILSON JOHNSON Phi Beta Kappa, University of Kansas, B.A. 1946, M,A. 19-19. 711S11'11c101' 111 Sp1111151,1, PETER MacFARLANE KEIR Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, Dartmouth, B.A. 19-11, Harvard, MA., 19-19. 711s11'11t'1o1' 111 ll'.LU1101l11QS. ALBERT PAUL LINNELL Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, College of Xvoostcr, BA. 1943. 111511'11c1or 111 f1st1'11110111v 111111 Plwsxct. JOSEPH CURD ROGERS Michigan, B.A. 19-12. 111S11'11C1o1' 111 J'1,WS1c111 E1111C1111011. RICHARD NORTHROP ROSE Dartmouth, B.A. 19-11, Columbia, M.A. 19-17. IIISIYIICIUY' 111 E111111511, JEROME ROTHENBERG Phi Beta Kappa, Columbia, B.A. 19-15, M.A. 1947. l11SfI'l1CA 101' 111 860110111165 JOHN ANTHONY SCOTT Oxford, B.A. 1937, M,A. 19-15, Columbia, M.A. 19-17. 111- S11'1lCI01' 111 fHi5to1'y. JAMES FELIS, JR. X VKX ' -rf K1 Q-'L 5:2 ZF- '?g15E"3:?i-f-f- HOLLIS HLISTON PETER KEIR JOSEPH ROGERS JEROME ROTHEN1-ZERC Q I 1. 1,1516 - Q 1 DAVID GOOD KENNETH JOHNSON ALBERT LINNELL RICHARD ROSE 1 ,. 51 131-,qi '- JOHN SCOTT P11116 EI-111L'111YfJ11'L' 4 , 1 gf' V H QV CFI 3.35 53 C fi s, U 9 , Aida'-Luuzowcly Ch-dL4c.a..q..., :tk i...Qf..:..,. rc? mwcfihwmwmmw Gfqm. L-. owt 0-V2.1 qq,6g,.l 5,3 fu., - f ' Lim "lib-'T-'Irv .M .X Qfh N4 4 4 A F .1. , ,- A-LL' f- I 5 517, kg 2. A- L f-v S 'Q' Q A- 4. Ar' .xE4' ' , 'Yi 'Q' , EL n X E- 1. 3 z. 5Q55ii35F54JF5ggE33 HEEL Ex' E. gl 3' is' gi'.:C 9-rig Lit . Ffh qwgrrLVkE2 IA" ?iUiyf53CNDrjWFWW?W 47? . ., qZ""'l"2'f1" f"'+"M'f"b"C"J4""t'1'?"J"'.L".'t:'Lffl, Zklfigfk FigE!gE5ELFI?w 1 Q Ui5'k..l"l1-J sH+ .. , ,, g ,- Q 4. - -f 0 A XYXII Ulf Sftflul' . ' ,. Fr '5u If sy , 'W X I W xY'1lI,1.fXNl ST.-XIll,X1,-XX 1 I Ang. . ,IUIIY W'1XlII.Kl? fqi 'Q dx - , r ' ' .- fJQ.?a'gJ-, .. P 1 ' ,QQ f 9- 251414 if 5 'rua' f .V 3:5 is M. 1 I'lJXY',-XRD SINCIAIR ,. --7-Y V ,....,..-, Tri? . 6. , gf- -, N v-' QR fi , ., " 'E' I J i, - - if-f 4 C VAN PFTIERRILCE C3- hal' GEORGE XY'A1.I.ER ADMI WALLACE PANCOAST SCOTT Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Sigma Iota, University of Missouri, B.A. 19-12, Harvard, MA. 19-13. 711xt1'11ctor III Hutoiv. EDWARD ELLIOT SINCLAIR Clark Llnivcrsity, BA. 1943, Ph.D. 19-19, 1115t1'11t'tor 111 fIlw1111Kl1Y. WILLIAM DUANE STAHLMAN Theta Xi, Massacliusctts lmritute of Technology, BS. 19-18. l11s1111t1u1 111 F1111115I1. RICHARD GILMAN VAN PETERSILGE IIIBIIIILIU1 111 I'lws1t111 F1I11t'11t1u11, JOHN CHARLES WAHLKE Phi Bcta Kappa, Harvard, BA. 1939, ALA. 19-17. Iiistrzecfor 111 I'ul111t11I 51.1L'11L'L'. GEORGE MacGREGOR WALLER Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Amherst, B.A. 1941, Columhia, KLA. IS'-17. l11x1111-.101 111 Hwlow, ISTRATIO KENRICK BAKER, AIR CQRDQN BRIDQES STEPHEN BROWN KENRICK MARTIN GORDON BENJAMIN STEPHEN BROWN E BAKER' IRQ Q I H BRIDGES C111 PS1, Nu sigma Nu, Amherst Bowdom, BA- I9-14, Yale Divinity IJIVUCIUI' of 1311111111 fl-111115111111 lhvuc- B.A. 1928, Yale, NLD. 1932. COI- SCIIOOI, 19-18. -'IXXI,NI1IIII fflhlfl- 101' 01 fI3g1'5m111gI. 15-ae fpbysicmnh 111111, IIIILIL' ,T1m'111v-Nix ADMINISTRATIO Sigma Nu, Boylston Chemical Club, Harvard, BS. 1938, NLD. 15142, D.N.B. 19-15. .lwidmtt ffolltm' l'1Wm'inii. JOHN BOWEN COBURN Princeton, B.A. 1936, Rohcrt College, lstanhul, Turkcy 1936-193':1, Union Thcological Seminary, 13.17. 181-12. 1 111111 limi. NORMAN LEO CRESSY Yale, BS. 1933, 51.13. 19139. ,luotmlu ftvlltuyt- Vlwntitivi ARTHUR DAVENPORT Chi Pai, Amlicrst, BA. 19132. Tmfuriiitw' limiiitwx ,Jlmmtltv St'tE1t'lz11Y of 1115 'HOIINL ,1ItnnitJt'n1t'i11 fiuiiiiriilltw, and limi now fltlmwr 10 5111110111 ,-Ittwilitw. JAMES ALFRED GUEST Alpha Delta Phi, Dclta Sigma Rho, Ainhcrat, BA. 11133 Yalc, LLB. 191361. Svciellliw' ol ilu' 11111111111 ffoiniuil, Xutit' mm' 01 tlw llthlltl of .T1xu1t'w. HORACE WILSON HEWLETT Chi Phi, Amherst, BA. 1936, Yalu, MA. 181-11. lmuttm t-1 Vizltlit' Rcltlliom, Vttlvlittllloiix, 111111 tlwt- .-lmlvursl fulltim- Nvuw liimuiii, Ilxillltll yluilwvwl ,-11inrir1iNt'nw". HERBERT GALE JOHNSON Kappa Theta, Allll'1cl'sf, BA. 1916. ffouilvlmllw. GLADYS ALICE KIMBALL Simmons, BS. 1914. Recoitici. HENRY BANGS THACHER The-ta Delta Chi, Brown, BS. 1910, Amherst, MA. thon.1 19-13. Sl1fver'iri1t'm1t'ii1 of Biultlnitix mid Cjmumls. PAUL DYESS WEATHERS Psi Upsilon, Amherst, B.A. 1915, Harvard, M.B.A. 1917. Ji'eaS14rt'r. USCAII 4 IIRISMAN NORN1.'XY VRIKHY 1.-X'x11'S CLLIVST Hl2R1i13R'1' IULINSON HENRY THACHER ,Ep If 11 IN f'tJ14L1RN XRT1 ILIR 1JAV1f'!1'f111'1 A f is , .. . 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Spanish FRANCOIS Nl.-XRIE THOAIAS, Docteur-en-droit Trench ASA SCOTT ANDERSON, JR. Harvard University JAMES ACKLEY Nl.-XXXYIELL, JR. Yale University Jlnihersl .Jlenzoriiil Fellow In Qicwerriirzent Eiliiuml Poole Lay Fellow Ill Dmtrmtxc Arts RIHIOLITH PHll.Il'l'I ATCON Harvard University BASIL JUSTIN FONTIENOY MOTT, JR. Harvard University .JFU1'l'ISjlL'll'L'll ,Wloore Fellow Ill Plnlosophy iznil History flrnherst Jle1I1o1'IiIl Fellow an Pnhlic ,-lfTLl11'S l'l.rXRRY C-EOROIQ BARNES, JR. Columbia University PETER XVINDON 5lOYER Princeton University flinheist Jloniopiril fglliviiv in Higfofy ,lmhersi flleriioiinl Fellow Ill Economics DAvIII RUSSELL FFRRY Harvard University XVILLIAM RICHARD POIRIER Yale University Henry P, field Fellow in English John 'lfooilriilf Simpson Fellow In English Sl-ll0.Xl.rXS BONNIER FIANAOAN Columbia University JOHN JOSEPH SCANLON Princeton University Henry l' Fielil Tellow III English ,-lniherst ,gllbllltlllill Fellow in ,Piihlic fljfiltrs RIIHARD JAAILS JOSIQIIII C-ARSIDI5 Columbia University HORACI5 SELDON Andover-Newton Theological Seminary flniherst .Jleriiorinl Fellow in 'History John llboilinll Snnhson Fellow in Theology PIIIJDIERIISIQ DAvIS QERKIENF, Il Harvard University SPENCER SWEET SHANNON, JR. Yale University Toms lL'H'Ull flloore fellow In Chemistry Qeorge J. pllllll7l011Tt'llUlll in Qeology IRULIGIH-'-.S l'lAMIl,TON HEATH Harvard University JOHN LESTER SHAW Rochester Medical School John 'll'ooihIIll Simpson Tellow in Psychology John "ll'ooih'iIlJ Simpson ffellow in Jleilicirie lDHIl,IP STRONIQ l'llIMI'llRVY University of Michigan XYrl.Xl.TI?R lVllLTON SRINR Harvard University -Rllllls ll, Kelloim Tellow in Biology John '7l'ootlr1Ifl Simpson Fellow in Tine flrts ANDREW LAWRIfNt I7 KFILIQXXEN Princeton University PAIII. XVORDEN TAYLOR Rochester Medical School ,lriilwist ,Jleiiiorml Tellow in Econoniics John 'll'ooilrIIlJ Simpson Tellow in flleilicnie XVALTER OSC.-XR LATZKO Columbia University JOHN NUT.-XNS THOAIPSON Columbia University Eilwinil Poole Luv Tellow in lliasic ,lmherst .-lleIno1'iiIl fellow in History RORERT GARLAND TIICRER Harvard University John 'Jl'ooil1IIll Simpson Fellow III English Page .TIVQIIIV-uiillvl THE HARLAN FISKE STONE MEMORIAL LECTURES The Harlan Fiske Stune Memorial Lecture Series, spuiiwretl hy the Speakers Awneiatiim and the l.eeture Committee, was a series ul talks un the central theme "The Meaning ut l7reetlum". They were given in memory of the late Chief justice ul the Supreme Court whim was a graduate nt Amherst in the class tml ISU-l. GEORGE FLOROYSKY Tlil.l3ORlJ T.-XYl,Oll Provost of St, X'latlimir's Seminary, New York City Iwixeeiitiir, Nurenhurg Trialx "Tr'eeiloiii tiuil Reliiliuii ii: Riiuiii' "fX'iireiiluiiil, I Niviuliul ul Fieetluiii Tluilui Lilllhl Revtsiusmn Hiamitv SLOAN cgorrm HANOI-D Ti-WI-Oli Q Preeitlcnt Emeritue of Union Tlietiltigieal Seminary l!,"'N'Ll'm "l Small lfawlfnw l1"llL'!L' Hlluliilioii mill Eietnluiii zu flu' Neill' hu! ' 'ill'U11'i"1 "'1lfF'l'f'5l'L'f'll' JAXHIQ T FARRHI .l llCJXY'.-XRD Mt CRATII Author of "StudN l-onigan" nhl 5. ,-5tttiir?t?' Cjneral " The CY't.'iTllI'L' his in il free Society" llllllkl ml' MU Um XVXYYI, CON, ,lkllbtlli ,IOHN vl. PARKER ' CI 'A ' f, I V x Circuit Ciiurt nt the Llniletl Statw H Numan Ol hw ALC' 1 , , H " The Rule of Liiu' iii ii Vice 5utit'Iv'l Qfreeiluiii of teiiiiiiiiiiitiilioiiw IH ii Tice butlelv I ILIMIZ H XYRONC STEpl'll5N EARLY Canadian Ainlwawatlur lim the Llnitetl Statei Deputy Secretary nl Detenxe "fX'ur!h ,Jiiieiitu in ii Free ll'uilil" "lM'lL'iixt'i1s ii Ciiii1ti1r1lL'eI01 Fit'ei1uiii" ,NIAIJAME VIQIAYA L. PANIJIT XYALTER XYHITE .-Xinhaxsatlur in the Ll S trnni India Evecutive Secretary ul the N.PX.XCP H l Fw lllwlillt 5lUl'l' "1 'WIN 'flliiiuriliew iii ii VrL'L'S0t1t'lv' ll. ll, SMITH Xltliilatli til llit AlHI11iC lllltfgj' C1,1I11INiNNlUIl Ll S. Civil Scrviee Cuininimiiii H lll' lilmf ef Stltllw 'll ll F'1'ft-'Lim' """"'fL tf""Lf"'11 "ff Wfffi' ifitiiriiisoic 'riiiionoitif cziuirsw Y l'l1ilne-ipliv l'ruteNwr lrmu ljI'lI1UJiIIIl PAUL IIOFFMAN ' The .-llL'illllHll ul lTlL'L'ilUHlH l:. C. A. ALllNII1lNll'Ill4'Ii' Ml, fl. ,l.: ,tl llluijinii lm Tift-41U,ii" Slll .Xl.EX.'XNl3l'l! C.-XDULLXN Ll X Seeuritv Ciiuneil Reprexentative M.-XRK l?THRlDClf 'N UW ll-N l ll'U1l'U'1 lvl F'L'l'il0"1H of tllie Cuiiriierjhlimijrigl ani 'hnuiwilvle Timex GK ,RUGN RV CLAPP ii , ns ill l Lllti L L t III . iLLi t HIN Adlmmstmwr uf- the TVA GEORGE D4 AIKEN "l'iililit Uiitiieiiltifi in ii Free Futielvl' Ll, S. Senatur twin Vermont XY.-XLTER REU-Ill HER " The ,Fiuitliuu ul tiuvei iiiiieul ui ii ,Tree Sotielvz United .'Xutniniihile XY'iirlters Union ,I Refviilvlituii 'l'ieiu' " The Flute ul Lillkll in ii ,Free Yutiefvl' ll' ' fitmiiiimi. -Q1-X.-wzf - Janies fl' Farrell, "The Vreiitiiiie ,hiv in it Tree Sutieijf, Tmuccs Vuikiiic, "Public 5eri'ite in iz .Free 5utieIy", lgllzltlillllt' "l'i1nvti L Viliiilit, "J ,Tree 'Tl'orlii'S Slit!-uf in Amt", Page I7'wen!y-nine' ' t'!""r A Q'5FiE0q'UffFf1' aw, E55 EQRQEHI if 7Qf1mf9EFE HU R Ll '-'pile Jfljfif ig F' liwcmg Q L l'4,.,.o,l.L., .41 LUVAL1 EEKFQFF A "'7 7'77' V riw f ... wif? FHFFIEE5 La4'U'!:'x3f?7 W' ft""1"L- MH-X0ff'fm'4i'fa:11Eg . 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Sc'Cr'clurw' Corrcslvomiiml sun H0115 1 1 rw' 'V' e 1949 'rwlfzry Cl ,W . f- +s,,. LPH .,,Cl1cmc:la A. ...JAMI-,S ,.,.STLPlIl.N RLES Lum: THIXYER -lull Bm'1'z11l, FULTON Axill LLR SXVORTH GREENE wrs! cl 1 DELT PHI mplw: folxmied 18315 fH'Ux1d'clIl , vice- l7Vc'5iJUIll .SL'L'I't.'fz1l'j' . corre5po:1dim1 wcrctnry l1'e11,s1a1'e1' , 1950 ' s . HIIANIES BALMOS ...DONAI.IJ HOI.N1ES , ,HENRY EISNIER . .WJOHN KEYDEL XVALLACE ANDERSON Page Thirty-two The Amherst chapter of Alpha Delta Phi was begun as the first national fraternity on the campus in 1836, four years after Samuel Eels 1 H335 ,A,-.- founded the organization at Hamilton Col- lege. Originally begun as Iota Pi Kappa, a 9-.-,fx .. new qw- -:g -. "' fs. ....,"r..o'f,,,h FHWA 1 E I - E 51 T : z, f N a local literary society, the group had as its aims the cultivation of closer bonds of friendships and the attain- ment of a broader culture than that allowed by the college course. A committee from this group sent to Yale in 1836 to investigate the benefits of affiliation with Alpha Delta Phi, reported in favor of such a move and so the society became a chapter of the national organization which today has a membership of over eighteen thousand. The college authori- ties at first assumed a vigilant attitude as the house grew and it was not until 18-15 that they withdrew their extensive opposition. For many years, the members lived in a granite structure on the site of the present Doric-columned building which was built in 1927 and is today one of the colleges largest fraternity houses. l FIRST Row: Anderson, Miller S., Beitzcl, Fulton, Qresrle, Lorzasworllr, Szcrmn Row' Brllrrros, Tlrurxtorr, Qurmruri, Hoplcrrxs R li, Slculrur, fllrzrtrri fl-lolmes, Priesiny, Qrimes, THIRD Row: Trzylor, Elliott, f1fcNI1rrmrI1, Clmrrzlrcrlturr, fl-Irllcr, Roush, Pink I L, Hollrstur, Foukrii Row: Blurrtlmriii Douglas, Bloor, Duncan, "H'11ierrrmrr, Kefler, FIFTH Row: Eisner, Lower, 'lolrrixiorr Riwrror, Kcvdcl, tjtwrrr, Bulrlrolt, SIXTH Row, Hall, Tlrorrms, Clarke, Soder, Nickoson, Qresne R., SEVENTH Row: Slccvle, Trrriorl, fliorrfrrtlr, Drrrirlw, Hurdle, EIr,,HTH Row: lmrtow, 'l1'rnrlrt, Clmpirr W, Cross, Cooper, Stortford, ABSENT: Emzns, Cross 'H'., Clmpirt C., Parsons TV., fllidrllutorr, Srrrrllr F, B, 7111114-'rr1s, 17'owso1z, Narita, Baron, Clarlct' R, Jlrrloltl, Sotloflrcrtllr. Path' QTlrrr'1Y-llrrtf B E TA T H E TA Pl Beta Iota clmpler: founded 1883 1949 1950 PVU5l'cTL'lll ,GORDON RUSSELL lvrcsrliclzt ,STEPHEN KOHLBRY wc'cr'cldU' P.-XLII. Bmcmox secr'clm'3' . T, ,,,..T, MPALII. BRAGDON irvasrzrw' ..,Dox,u.1m DLINHAR lmlslmfr' , T... PAUL COON Pngc fflyxrlv-four The Amherst chapter, lieta Iota, of Beta ,657 T2 5 Theta Pi was tountletl in 1883 as the sixtysseventh chapter of the lraternity , l that has, at present, one huntlretl antl ten active chapters in the Unitetl States antl Canatla antl some forty thousantl living members, being one ol the largest fraternities in the country antl the secontl largest national on the campus. The organs ization, the sixth national college secret society, was begun at Miami University in Qhio in 1839. There were eight cons stituent members known as the Founding lfathers of "Ever Honored Memory", one of them, ,lohn Reilley Knox, Miami '39, was the first presitlent, lleta Theta Pi was the Hrst fraf ternity to originate west of the Alleghenies antl lleta lota was the Hrst chapter to builtl and own its house in ISSF, ln 1915, the present house was built and its latest atltlition, the sountl-proofetl Lay .Xlemorial Library, tletlicatetl by the chapter in 1948, is consitleretl to be one of the finest stutlies in the country. wifi cawti jf FIRST ROW: Kollillfry S. I, Bmgtlon, Russell, Becker, floltuson, SECOND Row, Ruzt-lslfv, 71'm'l, ,Kolillfw L, Ltiynmle, Tull, Slvwttwli ', uw Lttlt Rantitzll, fulfil, Coon, Kzllliour, Pl-HIRIJ Row: Button, Pearson, Kriowltovt, Damon, Yliznnll, Noorc H. li, fl-lvrle, .Tloore U R, Siumtlcllx ,Tlixtr 'l1'1llimvuon, FOURTH Row: ,-llU1lSL't1il, fllamtori, Boyle, jlover, Deiclimillt-r, Fislwr, Deltzfit-l.l, Cviutu, Herilw, Steumut, Huvt:ell l:IF'Il1 Ri Elliott, Collin-ell, Kmmer, Bitrleigllv, fllaqee, Glwlll, Qttvnllwr, ftlslnmiz, yliulcuoii, Colnm, ARSENT' lllllllldf, fllillev, lloimti, Kimvlvolm, Lt Crowe, StnznIizrz,f'1Iootz, llplulm, fftirjvenlev, ,lllerr ll'mv, ffm' Tlllllhlllll, 'Wells tlt fmxsiduzzt , v1'cc9prTeside1zl 1112115 urcr' SUCr'cim'Y 19-19 HI PHI PM clmptcr: foumh ,ROI2l:RT MCKISAN, JR. ,UIDONALID Bunxs , , ROBERT HUSON XVTLLIAM CAl.l.UP, JR. 973 1w'esiJ0l1l , vice-pv'es1'Jcul fl'Cll5lllL'l' ., secretary .,,.,. 1950 ...BENNETT TAYLOR ALLEN BRAILEY, JR, XVILLIAM STOPFORD ,.,,DAVID CUMMINGS Page- gTlrx1'fy-xxx W The Chi Phi fraternity of today is the - . . - 15 - X result ot successive unions ot three older '- groups, each hearing the same name: the 3 t4Lts-3 ' if Princeton Order, founded at the College of New ,lersey in 185-1, the Southern - ,xr X f?s.Q.'fQi4?'x2' .5 x '.'rC"Z:" ' 1 K ' - 5'nN xx ft. 7 .--' NA .4-. Q gf'QX,..1L FQ: U' 153 . . . 5, Nu 1 sf 4 4 .e ' far' - s S T Qrder, founded at the University ot North Carolina in 1858, and the Hohart Urder, founded at Hobart College in 1Sol'1. These were oihcially organized into the Chi Phi fraternity in 1874. The fraternity today is governed through annual delegate congresses representing the chapters, chapter alumni, and chartered alumni associa- tions, and an executive council. The Phi chapter was estahlished at Amherst in 1873 and is the nineteenth in order of founding. its present quarters, located on College Street, were constructed in 1919. It is one of thirty-live active chapters in the United States with a total membership roll in the national organization of well over fourteen thousand. l5lRsT Row: Umiluir, lilelinerl Owen fllusori IItKei1ii liiiviis, Tlioinizs titzlluji Tlultiiiiiiii, tfluimluiliiin Nimmo Row Siiilloiiwl-'i 'Wilson Jliiitu 7-hun, .founty Leizrv 'lousy bums, HUIHIIC, Loud, Ural-'ei P .TI loititm, litikt-1 15 .L rl-HIRl1RUXY Viriiiiiiiriils, I1t'tl.'t'r, 'lfiixliliiiini liritiiiuti Ptuvsoii fllixtcli, Roweri, 'l'L'iJsm', jltfornxicl-', i't'llet', lfolili, Kturim' l'ULlK'lH Roxy Rowliiiiil ll P, iwiiiil, Tiiylov ,-Ililluiui Lt-onus Ttiitiiil 'l14eriJt'iis, lqllFl1l11Plri, RUIWAUH1 l. C, FIFTH Roxy- lhtlviiisoil, Plume, Fntriiiitlis 'lltslliiiy lrnltisovi .7lolilsi4'm1li, fviiiis, Iimiltrv, 'X't'lsori, Thani, Stortford, Y I 'l1'ut'lcs, ,Tim1lcv, lfeviiiii, Sfeiwiiwii, Kilslttiislciis, litl-x Aw-l'N'I .Lollirufv lieisoii, 'l1'lvuil, Loom flltnliii, ,Slnivici p title ,Tlin lr si, "ci 0 -E3 xN 1 lx . , .Y f.',, w.' .f , ,V gy. : .' if ., , -w . 4 gf' ,f .13 X l A,1 5, mf' 1 If .R 2 RN, -in in ll ' f-s,,,,Asw aim ah W x vi. ' .Q 93,5-X 5, HI PSI ,JIpI.m Chi Lodqa: 'OIIIICIHJ 1864 1949 prwidcllt , A ,ROBERT Low' viCcRPz'c5iJcs1l D.AXX'IIJ HUNTER Secrclury .. J. KIQLLLIM SMITH lV611Yl1lL'l'. , . .SAMUEL GREENE lvrcsdczzl , INCL'-lN'c'SiLfL'I1f secrcimy A fl'Et75Il7'0l' ,, 1950 SAMUEL DESIMONE . .,.... EDXVARD RIECK , ....,,. DON BLENKO ..,.,..SAMLIEL GREENE Page j-l,7fffY'L'IgIl7f lx The Chi Psi Fraternity was founded at Llnion College in 1841. The founders stressed the social rather than the liter- arv principle and this emphasis has con- phigilibhi' .' . , , , tinued throughout the fraternitys lus- M ' A M T K tory. Chi Psi spread rapidly throughout the East, and sixteen alphas were founded before Alpha Chi was established at Amherst. At first various rooms in the National Bank building were used, but by 1881 the increasing membership made new housing facilities necessary. Most of the present grounds were acquired in 1885 and the first Chi Psi Lodge was built. This was the first Amherst fraternity house. The original structure was replaced in 1923 by the present Lodge, one of the largest houses on the campus. Chi Psi now includes twenty-five alphas throughout the country. There has been an endeavour to develop chapter responsibility, but it is essentially a conservative fraternity in that the members have tried to keep it closely knit. The bond between the undergraduates and alumni is unusually strong. x -N, rfgpu.. , 'lik 23"x '5 . X ,-XXXT3' xx -x Ox FIRST Row: Stuassev, lilenku, Leland, Salon, Qreerie, Huvitev, Low, Snntlr their-llitv, Knonilfmi, Rvetlf, lime: Niaoxn Row Mnsom, llinlw, De Simone, Singer, Bormimn, Keeler, Snieflrurst, "Vin: 'lI'n1l'Ie, Diniiun, Frwlw, Qlaviltl, Blink, lliiwiis, Tiintn Roxy Hale, liltov, lfrnrn-tt, 7lin1u, 7 Snnpsun, Qtojf, Trib, Hmmm, Plxinlculf, Hemi, Scliriiiulcliur, Onlcw, l4oLlR'i'ii Row- ffoitifuiy, liellilw, 1-114 Fccly, Fuller Ttelruy, 'l1'ul1c, Feed, Turxger, flleulc, Dmmlsoii, furiitnnle:, ABSEN1: Cmnu, i1eQu::nltlu, Lam, ffunirvoii, ltuiiiilriwuri, timmy linluori, Jliiiirttloii, Kane, Ytrll, Mwrictv, tie fflurli' in ,fl l71'L'SfLfL'Ilf ,, vice- pv'c5iJel1l SCCl'8l'rll'j' f1'Cf1surcr DELTA K PP EPSILON Sig 1rzfz clmpterz tk 11a1zL ied 184m Pl'GSfn'lCl1l ., A vice-prcsidcrzl Sccretmy trea51arcr' , Page Jiorrv Delta Kappa Epsilon started at Yale in gn! --" ki "--, h 1844 as a purely local organization. But ifgfil a movement to establish other chapters i "--,- li resulted in the forming of chapters at .-53:1 Bowdoin, Princeton, Colhy and the Hfth T T H T hranch of DKE at Amherst in 1840. The fraternity's growth was rapid especially in the South al- though several chapters were rendered inactive hy the Civil Wa1'. The Sigma chapter at Amherst occupied hoth North and South Colleges, Cook's hlock, and the old Morgan house hefore it huilt its present house on Galt Crove Hill in 1913. Additions to the house included a well-stocked music room made possible hy a fund given hy E. S. XVhit- ney, and the famous Isaac Newton lihrary hrought to DKE by the gift of Ceorge Plimpton. The long-awaited recreation room, endowed through the generosity of alumni was com- pleted for use this fall. FIRST ROW' Kimi. Smrtlr, flliixaou llrotvu, Lellel, :idler ,Tlnftlvell Tustlull, Ltviilwriiiriri Ptvevill, 1 oisnflia Siroxn Row lmultz Vlonptou, Drtipuv Palmer, Qjmnl, lhinirier, TIIIRIJ Roxx Kunilall T l', Lrulrernntn Simpy 'ILIIIL-ly, 51110113 I J ll1LIRlH Rott l'1v,,t1U1to,1 HoollvV'Hgw,1yJ fllunsill, 'll'ooiinmn, FIFTH Row Tillson, lltlrker, Tfriillil Stlu-Il: F ll, ,lstlug Vavloi tlvviusori .'.u1lt'lon, llflu NIXIH Roxx ,Vtxtiioviiilii 5Ll1l1U1L1L'H, llllfllbll, lf'c'sls'c'vll1tltIc, fullun, Jlilillililil, ,TIi'it'r, filliltt' Sltwlvev, AHNVN1 lituvv 4.1111 f,t1ll'tHliH1, Lutlvonl Tltulil, Kt'u.l.zlI 'H T1 lil-llle, Kturnfvl, Slwltlou Lee, flltzloriex 'lhult' F ilu tru In ', .11 L, in Y I I 1111 ,,- EE .xx fWI'u5I'I1cIIi l'fCCffW1'L'i1a1L'll1 1l'?tl5lll'ClA , 5CCI'CtIIry If 'HK ,fy LX XA ' 'X ' , Z! I f mm nhl I- L' ,.-v- PL,- ""'5' pw- D E LTA U P S 1 L O ,IlIII1.IeI1sl cllfzpicrn 10111111011 1847 1949 PIIILLIPS BAIICOCK EIJWIN HIGGINS , ALAN RICIIIQNAKER .. BILLNIII' NICIIOLSON P7'L'51L'1C'l1f,, DICE-DI'65iI1cII1 tI'0II5IIrer 5L'Cl'L'ldTy I X . 1950 .. .DAVIIJSINCLAIR . .,.I LCARI. OXY'ENS LALAN RICIILNAKER ,, ,RICIIARD HOPKINS Pnge Torly-IIIILI 'J' g- .if a airs of thc small groups forming secret so- - H cieties, Delta Llpsilon the first national non- .yv -, secret fraternity, was organi-ed. It consisted 4. , , 4 of the amalgamation of local anti-secret socie- A As a protest against the domination in college xv 'ful H X W , Y v , . . 14 A f gl -f ties on campuses throughout the country. Re- lations with secret fraternities gradually have changed from open war to amicable rivalry, and now, with their aims, objects, methods of organization, and government approach- ing each other, these societies are cooperating with one another. Williains College was the birthplace of Delta Llpsilon in 1804, and soon afterwards chapters at Union and Hamilton were established, Amherst organized the fourth Greek letter association on its campus. Fifty-seven chapters followed in the ensuing years, bringing the total number of active chap- ters to sixty-one. In 1916 a drive for funds resulted in its present home on Boltwood Avenue, and during Worlcl Wai' ll a further drive by the alumni enabled the house to burn its mortgage in june 1946. FlRsT Row: Qonzales, Porter fl. E, Bmyer, Litllntfoot, "Wells, flliisovi, fllcflluvpliv, Tuttle, Fllldllililli, SECOND Row. Suk, Blmilon, Clmsler, O Brien, Riclwumzkeiy Balvcoclr, 7-lltlgins, Nicholson, Clninlv, Owens, Plouilli, THIRD Row: Pirie, Lizitglmuser, Knowles, Butler, bmiilv, 'll'mmis, Siixclmi, Lfoncztlle, Qilvson, J'lll1lL'llCCY, Neinicyer, fllnm, FOLIRTH Row: Fiiilc, fHt1wlqxnx, fKt'Ilm', Crow, Stewart, Clvvistciisciz, Hlojlut, Simmston, Qizllizglnw, Speer, ABSENT1 foliar, Naitmaii, fflolvlcxiis, Bizcli, Genovese, fllilL'lllLa17', Nichols, Jruliuiil, Porter "li'., Stlmuflu, Leclver, Brniue, Kremer, Pint. 1 - -tclrtix "1 " .A ,L max --1m:m,sv.,, - - --"- ,... . ,. M ,. - " fmmcvmz 'H ---- H - .sarr-pw ,z- zr-: t' - :1: zrzgzgszfxa - -- . '.:u-may--rx: pg, Navman. :s:::::::a Q jrtqwzzz:-ti. nunaaww- 'emma'-: . Q :vs-:africa-...A annex x. vwarwvm 'wnxwsf lllll warm-w .2 Page fliortyrtliree 9 , I if ' .- ,df w. mv' 4 .. .Aw Q--r",, .9 , . ff? , ffl ,R N55 III.. C ' A'VQ- nn: x 19' ' 1 ,. .wk .'. IAQ . -uv-W! W, ,C..,,..., ,- ,,......-.,V, I 1 5 x N. : Vx: .- . Y .ma K PP THET flmberst chapter: founded 1909 1949 prcsidcnl C ., .. ., ., CHARLES PLOLIGH :vice-pwsidelzl ,C , ..., STANLEY RICHARDS secretary .C ..A. UJOHN ALVORIJ fl'0tlS1H'E'I' .. ....,, KENNETH PHELON presidcnt C ,..,. 11iCe-prcsidclzt ,,, ,, C Sccretnry . hfnsurer 1950 BRUCE COBDEN ,STANLEY RICHARDS ..,,...,PAI.IL KREITLER .. .UKENNETH PHELON Page Torfy-four M 1 'Y 'T . . . Although it did not take its place among the 5 ' T ' 1.5, Amherst fraternities as Kappa Theta until X I fl ' 1 1 1 'el 1909, the organization of this house ac- - Y 3 tually began in 1905 when a group of un- i" ' 'f . 'f" affiliated men formed the Hitchcock Club. lzllzi . , . ,..i, - Four years later the group formed a core poration as Kappa Theta fraternity and expanded its mem- bership. ln succeeding years it grew both larger and strongerg in 1918 it established national ties when it be- came affiliated with Delta Tau Delta. ln 1933 the chapter built a new house on Tyler Place which is today one of the three buildings which dominate the hill. The chapter continued until Wforld Wfar ll when all fraternities at Amherst were closed, the differences between the national organization and the local chapter were very great at the end of the war when the houses opened again on the Amherst campus. The chapter withdrew from the national and opened in the fall of 19-to as Kappa Theta fraternity again, FIRST Row: 'lilzsie Baton, Dxulvoli, Qovdon, Baum, fflcnmm, Vim uxmmtr 'Rai u 1 1 um L Hou 1 Alvord, Colvden, Qmnru, TIIIRIF Row- 'll'eselY, Duuilwlt, 'Runilu 1 o ovtx Bi m Leglqcll, Kei15f, FOURTH ROW. Tvilflhlll, Boieerx, Hants, Sruxlli R 1, Sim vi tx vt iz ut H1 ABSENT' Bond, Bo:izrflv, Foster, fidlllhllfli, flfuller, Stliolle, Tnilmiziilt ion 'llnvu l ui i ew in vi out 1 ag 3'-zgqu, ..,., , -. .... . 3 -E E? .,.. , ..,. E , , ea X 6 , ag. 1 - x X ANN 5' - '- :.:. S5."'-...::::em:f'.:::::f-- V-fm .. , 1 il The most famous of all Amherst songs, 'fLord jeffrey Amherst", was written by james S. Hamilton 'lily who says- 1l"I was in Farmington, Connecticut, in the summer of 1905 before the start of my senior year, trying to plan a glee club program for the fall. l wanted something to open the concerts with, as a balance for 'Cheer for Old Amherst' that always came at the end-rather vaguely, I wanted something a bit gay, like 'l'lere's to johnny llarvard' and the song about Eph XVilliams 'who founded a school in Billvillef No such thing existed for Amherst . . . More or less subconsciously, I suppose, was working a recollection of some verses which appeared in the Amherst Literary .Nfontlilyfi Mr. Ilamilton then tells of how the first product of his thoughts yielded: "Oh Lord! jeffrey Amherst, look at what you've done!" Then he adds, t'Tlte first four words, with an evclamatory pause after the second, set themselves immediately to a tune. The rest of the tune followed naturally enough, with doggerel to go with it- which shifted from an apostrophe to a narrative. lt came to a stop at the last line of the chorus, a line I somehow couldn't manage at the time and which, as a matter of fact, I never did write. All of this was put down in a musical notebook I kept." fl Then Mr. Hamilton tells of shelving the song tbecause it was "too trifling to use-it was really a burlesque of Alma Mater songsul until Charles Vinal, manager of the Musical Clubs, had it hrought out of hiding for a concert, The missing last line was added by Ceorge llarris in less than a minute, and Norman Foster did the instrument arrangement, the rehearsing was hurried, and the second verse was "a last-minute throwing together of rhymes between supper up at Nel Waite's and the final rehearsal." The song was first sung in the high school at Springfield, then repeated at the next concert in Northampton. "The whole thing had been frivolously conceived and carelessly done, without any reference to historical iustification or fact and even with jef'lrey's name mis-spelled. But it went well enough, though without causing any noticeable enthusiasm, and was kept on the Clee Club program." il True enough, "Lord jeffrey Amherst" is a quixotic idealization ofa soldier. Certain details of his life, such as have been revealed in a letter of his to a subordinate, were unwittingly omitted by its author. Xltfrote Lord Amherst: "You will do well to try to innoculate the Indians by means of blankets as well as to try every other method that can serve to extirpate this excreahle race. I should be very glad of your scheme of hunting them down by dogs." Stanley Wfoodward '17, writing in the New York 7-lerultl QTril1utlC, suggested, in the light of the above quotation, the following lines as a substitute in the refrain: "Oh Amherst, sly Amherst, Put the pox in their sox in days of yorevoresore. Vaccination! Extirpation! Till the redskins roamed the woods no more." il This slight misrepresentation of character, however, did not prevent the widespread acclaim ofthe song. In i923 an appraisal of college songs was made by Kenneth Clark in the New York fl-lernld: "The best lively college song is 'Lord Ceoflrey Amherst' " The Harvard C-lee Club added it to its repertoire and carried it across the sea with them on European tours as a representative American College Song. And, of course, as is the case with all catchy tunes, "steals" have been made. A Chicago school tried: "Oli Casimer Pulaski was a soldier brave and true and he came from across the sea." An electrical society's version of it went: "Charles P. Steinmetz was an enemy ofthe wicked Prussian king, and he came from across the seal' with a refrain that ends: "May it ever ' be glorious till electric currents flow no more." X-rvvx' :Wy aW""' "" F P1'CSl'z1l:'Ill ,M 1JiCC-prc5iJ0l1l ScCr'utm'y 11u1Q1a1'0r' ,, Q PHI ALPHA PSI .,.WARD BURNS .UIDAVIIJ STEVENSON HPAUL AAARIER STEWART HOPKINS prcnzdwzl ,, ,.,, ,, viccfprrssidelll SOCrelm'y fI'L'l1S1ll'Ul' 7111116 'Tortv-xix Phi Alpha Psi Fraternity was founded at Amherst on Nos vember 23, I9-18. Formerly the Massachusetts Alpha chap- ter ot Phi Kappa Psi, the present fraternal organization sev- ered its national affiliations as a result of an inability to con- form with the restrictions maintained by the national. The Massachusetts Alpha chapter was originally estalw- lished at Amherst in 1895. Its hrst house was purchased in 1902 and was occupied until 1919 when the membership procured the home of former President Seelye which they remodeled into the fraternity house they now occupy. FIRST Row: Fwy, fsijuxvol, Coovxcv, Willmnrs, Harriet-Il, Cvossun, Iimmcmmu, Fruits, filet-Lw, Pizrlclunxl lfmrcv, Jliuslv, Sfczwuison, Giacomo Row Qxminiance, Fresrmln, limwrl, OHS, Qllilcvzlnzxas, Pliznrlur, Hutlilinx, Hoplcxlzs, litlrlwv, Rumi, Slvulful, 7l'i1ll-'er, lleelw, LTin11lvxul-'u, flltltl-'t'11:1u, THIRD Row: Barnes, Qlen, Dams, Hmmlis, 'li'oodlvrnli1c, Bmmnil, 'libel-'s, Piuiiv, liltzisiiell, Lord, Sihlvvy Tnflin, Sxltlev, Hams I LT, FOURTH Row: Tairman, Qlfunn, Stecker, Bell, Skillrreif, Uiusus, briiylnsnmn, Eslv, 1Tt1tt',3ItCIim', ABsEN'r ,Jllcmsow lhmzx, ffalxwrt, llowlmii, Newton, lfilney, Qxlilvs, Kalsl-'52 full, Bffllorif, llouuuil, llY!IY1lt.' l l l tltlt' FUVIYYNU AL -w 5 r .- , , Thy, -, I. .,, ,-' ' g, fhxxx '. 1:1 f . ' ' ' X-.. XX x '.Yz?.15gi:,Xs.. up 1 ' y vlliiiigi XS- zs HHH' I! I , LH , 'Vt -1-n,g14,.--..:. . , ' ' PHI D E LT T H E T .-Illllwvvl Llmpiurz fdlllhihlf ISNS HHH 1950 fvrcsnfwzt hlmix Mum lmwidwzt ... MF. .XLXRCLIS Lump vice pr'cmiw1t ,Tlmxms El,mzr1nc1 1'icc jm' x1Jwzl ...... XY'11,1.1AM MCLALIGHLIN w'Cr'c'l11l7' XY'11,1,1,m1 X1CLALIGHI.lN fccruln1'y ,. ..,ROBl1RT CRUMP tr'cu1sza1'ur' Fm IJLRICK Bl,.4NT0x lfulylmv' , WFREDERICK BLANTON P11516 for IX' UMW ,lb,.f's 4' Massachusetts Beta, the Amherst Chap- ., 'A 'J ter of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, is 5 .--T211 , . 1 now in its sixtyssecond year on the Am- herst campus, Founded in 1888, it first met in the house formerly occupied hy V Professor Crosyenor, and later moyed to a residence which stood on the corner next to the present site of the Converse Memorial Lihrary. lts present quarters were completed in 1912, and occupied late in that year. Massachusetts Beta is one of 112 chapters of Phi Delta Theta spread throughout the Llnited States and Canada, making it the largest national fraternity represented on the campus. A memher of the famous "Miami Triad" which includes Sigma Chi and Beta Theta Pi, the fraternity was founded in 1848 at Miami University, Qxford, Qhio, At that time llohert Morrison and five companions handed together, and adopted the present Creek letters. Expanding rapidly the fraternity included nineteen chapters in its memhership hy 180-1. Temporarily checked hy the Civil XY'ar, enrollment increased rapidly in the succeeding years until now it boasts one of the largest active chapter memherships in the country, FIRST ROW: Rtyuoltls, Sclvt1et.ler, flliilsftml, fllultftlt, Lump K 4 , Evans Sltiiyli Roxy 71.11111 "l.llttli1t 7fH1tji,,,,f J L 5,,l.,p lcytmvn fllCLH1H1l'l1H, -allhltrwou THIR11 ROW: QTlouroe, Horly, Tlftsou, Hiintjisort, fl-lultluzril T TV, Tliouiffsoit, 'lQow.ttzet1, 5t''u, Ltiwrtutt Leuij- F 'II , 'll'15Clt'v, FOURTH Row: flleltu, Clmls, Jlinlrcttts, Curly, Jllts, tie lu Jltlllti, Tlolzintii, llil1l9L'l, ivtllllltlll lll-'IH Ron Ilinley gltitstrovlh, flltllouizlti, Poflerttlw, Lvtl11ui1l'cvt7cr, Clttrvtli, Bucher, SIXTH Roxy ffotfpir, ,Tltiluillie flltytr, Nttatrtl 'lllllrittzit LtLvtrut, lil.luloil,Loiit1 Lolmnio ,-Xisstfxw Ctutins,fHu:cl,Titel-wort,flItt1sl1,N1you, 'l1'utst', Cruvuft, Hotlt fllolutttu Ltrutasttv Tautt Tlltllwlll,,-l't1VNl'i1lf, Rrttlwintl' vu Q. .A sl?" 'QW aa o sf ,WP- X e. 'ln we .wg Page fFO1'lj'f1ll1!L' X ., . V.. ., x. X- ., W A 5-J-bf-Iv-"iv :nf-F 11 N, 3:-'RB Y W w, N- ,- 'NR 'N if i f 1 ' 1 fx - : 1 "1 . ,J J' ,Q 2. w....f-N ,. , .,-X . - .,,.. .: I ,WN ,., Q I . V ,. Q .V . . . : - .yf':,A. '.v 5' 1 tr- .2-2 , fir' I ' v M X Q, Q Q , 'N . . . 4.SNi:v- , . . . , , . X Q .,v, ,.-, - sf. X ww 'xklrr .x --x..wm,1N t , ' PHI G MM DELTA -llplm Cl1ic.'l,n1plcr': fOlll1f1L'L1 1893 1949-1950 jvrwidclzl , WHARRY XVOODMAN fl'L't15lll't.'l' DONALD MESICK 5ccrclm'y ., , ROBERT HALSEY P11515 'fifiy . Phi Camma Delta came into being at ,lef- " fer-son College, Canonsburg, .Pennsyl- IILRA, .. vania, in 1848 through the ellorts of a 'WP'-"l 7 group of llreemasons and law students .L A I 1 T - ' 3 under the leadership of ,l. T. McCarthy, 12 ' '- ' -I-. After a rapid spread throughout the South, Phi Camma Delta now has 79 active chapters dis- tributed over the United States and Canada. Wfhen Alpha Chi was established at Amherst in 1873, it was the nationals sixty-seventh charge. In 1903 Calvin Coolidge '95 helped the chapter obtain a large plot of ground and a colonial farmhouse atop Gals Crove Hill. The beautiful Alpha Chi house as it is today is the result of the efforts of the members in 1929 to enlarge and improve their existing quarters. As a tribute to his services to the fraternity, the college, and the nation, the brothers dedicated a spacious library of colonial design to the memory of the late President Coolidge. ,J ,pmx FIRST Row eff, Hulsew, -llltltithlltlll, flltwitl-', ,'IllilYL'1l'i, tlvrflillis SIFUNIP Row Knowllon, Hover, S1114-s, fliirlc, ffmifiulil, 1111111 ti, Timm Row ZWOVHS, QYNY, Haus, -fl'L'1Il, Vrousc, limtlwr, VYILIRTH Row- Qrlluw, Hunt, Sthnuu: Prev, Snell, Bulilwxri, l':lF'IH Row Iiiziiililwll, fimioiigy, lonei, Tlvorripsorx, Fowler llama l, SIXTH Ron ffriuiy, Rudd, liocllxrm, Uiltnnx fl1U11Hl'l tr, lh' fllclmiui, SIEVIENTH Row ,lIiun:ev, Rgmgrr Hviliilev, Newconxlv, fllurliliv fjfzllll, Rtlulcrllicril ABsl5N'i Peters Iirool-', Iinvl-'L' t'iiii', lhlrsons, Pomul Hilvries, Tlivtw, fllxlrluuii, .Rllil!I!1, lolirison, leaf, 'H'lntnm' fih i .-.: g--.--.... - I Page ,Fiftv-one 1 !"" p1'CS111U11l ., Ufft'-I7l'8SfdClIf 5c'w:1'elm'y .. ir'cf151u'er 15 X, Saga .. 'hi-'H X ' N , YN. .K ,Q vw I f -. My x "Z, 2' 1? W. ,,.,gvzfquud!T' .Av -Ms. PSI U P S I LO N Q1m111m Clmplcr j01um'cd: 1841 . ,wx pre5iu'e11t ..,., , uicupresidelzt 5L'Cl'E'tt1l'j' .,,AA t1'ef15urGr ,A,. , Page fifty-Iwo lt was through the efforts of seven industrious x men that Psi Llpsilon was established at Union College, Schenectady, New Yorlt, in the year 1833. Growing out of an association formed in .-""'. ' among its members for election purposes, this X society, until recently confined exclusively to the eastern states, is now represented in not only the col- leges and universities of the United States, but also in Cana ada, and totals twentyfeight actiye chapters. 1841 marks the year that the Gamma chapter was organ- ized at Amherst, the second national fraternity to be repre- sented at Amherst College. Thirty-eight years after its in- ception at Amherst, the president of the college sold Psi Llpsilon the property which it now owns, and after consids erable moving about from place to place, its present resis dence, the oldest ol: the popular colonial houses in Amherst, was erected in 1913. Most of the chapters established in later years arose from small local clubs, and the bond between them is strong. Each contributes to the "Diamond", a quarterly journal ul the fraternity, which was incorporated in 1Sl2o and is now published under the auspices ofthe executiye council. FIRST Row: Putty fllzller Qi ll, lfliiltonili, llriiiriiinw, tfiininiiiirls, ,Vcrois Isla Lerner Siiorlrlmss, Kesler, Ytiilioll Rei: irfoxlw Roxy Sftmrlrluiri Hmrlv, Cfmirxluitv, Stoll, Krause, trjrillrrutitli, linlltv Vowsier, 7l'lrtt'ltr, 4,113 Porter 'liillllh Roxx 7-liiiiiieiiiriir Flowflilr ,lumyrti 'llallirlms H ,,l, ,Toolwr Tail, llairllvl, Txilrllcy N R Simons l:ULlR'I'll Row llaiiirtii blititlon lloliiirlvcn lvurll lflwlitllilll, liaison liallmivis l 5. Qflllltlttll l:IIfTH Row' Sluzw, Sclviiwlvv, fllttjmtlr l lI', 'll'em1ilt, fllttfmllr R tg ,fllt'x.iz1rli'i, ,Tin1!lt'w'S li .'XnsFx'l' Ketlli, Situ Slulcelce, Clcrrirvislutw, llcnisoiz Qttslrtlyoil, Nettle, 7-lolrlrs Fyrl:iiirJtr kt.i.iy, lktnsoyr lilixllrps MOL-L-,V 311,111 F 01, .W if-5... " ,,s- . :Q-gf' 'qu ,Q .st . y -so F159 1 nbiiriii, tic' Fillysllr n i X f x vlfnsf . 5 F E F r--4 53' '5""" THET DELTA CHI Nu DCllf6l'OllL'lM1f7f6l': foulzdcni 1885 1949-1950 Prwilfelzl . ,.,, ,, A, A XVILLIAM XYIOEHRLIN currcspondiuq secrulary , CHAR1,Es JACKSON 1'ccor'Ji11g1 Sccrelary ,.,. . ,URORIERT STITT lrcnsurcr ..., GEORGE NOYES Page fFx'fty'jmn .- , -. A. ..- vw-rj. 440 Ye 'S-sf Founded in 1841 at Llnion College, Theta Delta Ghr was the eleventh secret fraternity to be organr ed and xx as first located at Amherst in 1981 The fraternity was founded by six members of the class of 1849. Andrew H. Green compiled the constitution and its ritual. -' t- ""2, - A- - . w7'5f',' 4' ' -1 . C 1 ks 1 s - Y' Q I of E ' 1 Z' ' . . 'e1.N,5er ' X -1 X .f- T-, -:.'A' T . The fraternity consists of twenty total national membership is well The ol Hobart. Mu Deuteron at Amherst and originally occupied club rooms Store. In corner of Northampton Road and ' r '-eight chapters and the 1 over thirteen thousand. 'Ii' lr: Trrfrg CISSHD Ellitl X1 at in lSH5 dest charges are Kappa at was established over the present Grange 1889 the fraternity purchased a house on the Lincoln Avenue. A new building was brrilt on the same location in 1921 and is in use now, Theta Delta Chi was the first fraternity to have formed an executive governing body in the form ol' the -- 5 M' in- VQH Grand Lodge. qtlggii L ' , NF ,aw ,T f , FIRST Row- Erlmvrrrli, Trrltlrlur, Iinlrlv, ,Alllcrr lfuurzrrl, Ltwtlrrrr lllcrwrr 74 f l't'1rrsrrr H -1 , Fr1:1ur1rrtl' tfrlnlrztr Nlrrwrr Rnxx lhrlnrer Jimi, ,Jn.l1t'rr's Nulult, 'lllu-lvrlrrr, Trent, lolrrrsuu fllulxrr Lrrilurr Trrritrr Rim In Lrrrnr Vrrnrlvrln, Vrarlori' l1i1ritruyr,Nrt1m1s lrr.lr1xnrr Keeler, Dear-cv, 'li'lvr11rrr7, liolutlr, Rulrimorr, Imllori, Fouralir Roxx Hrurrw liirlrtrr Krrl--1-rrtyrtlv, ffrllds, 71'lntirL't'r, Xltrtlvjfule Tirvlm, Frost 'll'ru'tlvfuv, -lltllltlllrlll, tferllrner 7-luttlvrrrxovr, Trrtluorr, Srr'rr1:r1 .Mast-xl Fran llrrrrrjrl-rits 'lrrrrtv lirrtl'ur'rul-' Fr'vrr.1l.l L T1 Frrrrizlri R R I 7 Y Krrrller, LYON, dlotrerr, luwltvr, Trlrrrltrrnrlr Hill lrrrtell, lxrrrrxrr, lrrvsuns ,'ll1rr1t1'r,,-llllfur, Yiwu l l r r r r r r r 1 4 r r r r r r r 4 P11 git 71 :gf -T 'xi-, I ' 0 -Q fo A 0 4 O 1 'U,, 1, .U 'h . ill Q .. 'Q Ox ' 1- g..,' .JV , ,,, ' J I 0 1.-I ,in ' , .J f ' . ', . ' J 6 ' ' - ' . Q O x J , ' A N . mu- ., at fs . ,o . . ' . . in: .L -'- . d' . ' L., 'M .N . 1 ' V lp' ,.' A1 L v-' 1 . 0 I 4,7 , ' ' V' .,' 1 ' FAQ. K ' - l 9 A- lf v .- - ' . . . Q 3 I- F 1 Nu : 1-K f . - ' .4 'p' K7 . 5 Y Ff 2. O . .1 '1 " .Q 'I 1'-ani .. -Ihr wffvmg' eff' "5 -ef? . 3 ,A. ifjr fag! .nr 199 wt,- ' Vim 1 1 .IN :EZ HW if EE IE prc5i11'fl11 ,.. , 5111111 cOr'r'w1mr1d.1111 Search 11'6t1SlIl'L'I' , . 1949 THET Xl --Hplm .1114 flmptcr: fozlmfua' 1933 ,BROOKS JXIAJOR .MFRANK BROOKS ,,,,,,.,IAMES XYIHITE ,HRICHARD DAKE 1950 prcsidcixl ., ..,1 O......O.....,,.... X V. THOMAS LUNDELL 5Cl'I'l7C Y, O1O,O ....O .,,,.,1 ..1,.,.,1 . , O ..,.,.,.. D IAMES SHERA cOrre5pO11d1'1zg Secretary ...,. 1.,1.11 A LBERT BARNETT 1l'L9tl5lH't'l' .O ,...,.,. RICHARD DAKE PngeLT1fW-szx gg Qlfxa- ' . - Theta Xi was iountletl at Rensselaer Polytech- 4f.- I ' Y nic Institute in 1So4, primarily as an exclusive .. ,. scientific fraternity. Since 192o, however, its ,,,'s.. A -. ., F-. membership has heen extentletl to emhrace all 'n I" hranches of learning. Its roster today consists , . .. 3 1 - .-:,gi.Z,z.Qy"s i'- 'l. J. eff Arr, -' f . . ' P- 's n:.' rf' .1 ' C " AV- :ws--Q. T ot fortysone active chapters located through- out the Llnitetl States. Forerunner of the Amherst chapter was Sigma Delta Rho, a local fraternity fountletl along with Kappa Theta when the oltl Hitchcock Cluh split in 1909. Acquiring the spacious Stone Tuckerman House in 1913, Sigma Delta Rho prosf peretl until the first Vlforltl Wai', when it temporarily elis- hantletl. Reorganizetl in 1923, it movetl when the cage was built in 1924, to its present location. Nine years later, in 1933, it hecame the Alpha .Xiu Chapter of Theta Xi. In 19411 the house was completely remotleletl into the present huiltlf ing. Theta Xi is one of the few fraternities on campus to puh- lish its own local magazine. The "Torch" is sent to alumni three times a year for the sole purpose of keeping the gratlf uates posted on the fraternity activities. FIRST ROW: Ht-II, Lueris, Tuuil-'ti lmlttx .-Hamill, l'nfuum 5l'L'1il I nut!! l 5 fini 71 illu 1 1 Qtr ' tr Htllfliltlil, flfortltiu, Tlalsoil, lirool-'s, Kuna, Suit, 'l1'tw1eo!1, Tones tiki r v jf uf st ni ,or tu 1 1 Heath, Balcer, Atasiaxr Biol-'t'r, Luutit-Il, Tlmuuis, 'li'lule, litunett R 6 fuvimlu i oi tt ' in Q 0 ak X 1 V11 1v1'e,s1.1'1.'11t A l7fl.'L" Pl'L'5l,1'!t.'l1f lrcusu for SCC1'L'fzlI'j' 'ff' -.N it LORD JEFFREY MHERST CLUB 1949 IQSO LLOYD SCHERMIZR jvresrdwrt . ,... , CLEON SWAYZEE ,HCLRON SWAYZLI1 z'icc'Pr'es:1iez1l RAYMOND MACDONNELL . ROBERT XXHQSSH. ll'L'11SllI't.'l' ,,,,,, ., . ROBERT WESSEL CAl3RIIiL NISOTIS 5ecrctf1r'y ., ,,,, WILLIAR1 ZIMMERMAN Page Irjlv-4141111 Founded in the fall of 1935, the Lord jeffrey Amherst Club was originally a small group of men banded together to ob- tain advantages not otherwise available to independents. Since its organization it has grown rapidly in numbers and scope, striving to ofler all the living and social advantages of the Creek letter fraternities, and at the same time main' tain a completely democratic basis and open membership. The hrst meeting of the club was held in a single room in Morgan Library, but due to expansion of membership it was moved to Valentine Hall in 1941. A new house was provided when the college bought a home on Lincoln Street in 1947. In November of 1943 the house was damaged by fire. However, a new wing has since been built and the house is in full operation again. I I I FIRST ROW" Swi1Y:ce .-lllnzvmsori Fltlviiwiiizii lirown, 'lllwsel xtlitiiiiu Qliioxii Roxx fulliI1.7n'ootl,Fdiiixluxit' lllrillivtinl lvnniin 'iltitlkomit-ll Kaplan, Qvemie, 'Htttlcu Ellis, Stiilev, THIRD Row Stliltwiiiiti, Cool-y giziviii lxtiiitmiin, 7l'viiJlil foiinsli Mriiliiiii ,Tltnii-illt Iotimii Roxx Epstein, Burton, llitlsnu, Bristol, Hilvviu, ffilvuv Tliomizs, ,lslrtv FIITII Row Yisolis Iiiuoii lfuiisltv fnviiiilnzii, Iiiiiiiiuiiiiinii 'l1'vl.1u, SIXTH Row. Riziiiitzll, ,-lliliiilue, .'l1iIvrnIi1'i1le Ala'-IENI ,ilioiisoir liiiliiimli, f'lii.lwm' llill liolsou .Linux Let' Usliovnt' lklifwv Riltv, Ml'l4lUIl'L'H1 Sliifllw, Stlireilttv, Sfuilli, Meirllieril, 'lniixii -Ill as X l .-can tic ,.F!llVfl11 HL' nu Nnlx K ...min-.. I' 9 5' x. -K x. ,J 73 W c Sixty-lI,wuc M 1 PM , ,cuffs b! f.:ga..5 QM 450 9 gf og' I flfxmll Mwepwqw ' A -1 ' 'I . I ' . M I ' I 6' . 7 all' ... VII -. 4. 'HI' a.. u.'-A I U M. K 1 ' .0 . . 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Gig Q w ., 'W' .Y Kin?" f -. :Tx .- ff , ' ,-. q?e.'?s'..., aff :Sig .-.Q N W1 5-.Pg ' . " ' . if-.,l1 T '7' Q L 5192's N: .2 'R ' 'sw' . .5 . Y. ..,. , . . - 1 fF?"fQ- x .. Xzbwn ,cgxf . V W FL. . Y' ? "fn 4 .-,-3.3.5-1, .MQ 'Q QQ N, .... 4. . .. . 393. w ms., W .5 - 9 giiwisfav , X 1 x . ca-wwf , - ex gi .Q Y ,- . .Nw .pr-4 - NM 4... M1 0 ., 3.5.7. K .T STUDE T COUNCIL The Student Council of 1949- ltlitl, under the leadership of Craig Pearson, attempted to op- erate on a town meeting basis. This plan calls for both an inter- ested student body and a close contact between the Student As- sociation, which is the entire stu' dent body, and the Council,which is the elected representatives of N the Student Association. The PIU' Cm Pmlwlx Council must act as a liaison be- tween the administration, the trustees and the students. Although the Constitution calls for at least three Student Association meetings annually, the one held in liebruary was the first since 1946. This year's Council made great progress in serving the college as the student government, a function which had become lax since the beginning of the war. Through special committees, the Council had sought to improve the scheduling of college events. Next year there will be such Council-suggested innovations as longer exam periods with a vacation after mid-years, Christmas vacation will begin and end at a more convenient time, and college will start earlier in the fall. The Council worked with the athletic department in order to set up a uniform training code which will be enforced, and to suggest a revision in the awarding of letters. A hear- ing was held to establish a policy on informal sports and although only 250 students attended this meeting, the vote in favor of continuing hockey and lacrosse as informal sports l'lliitl7ourrulI,QTltti1ulli,:ulle1, Keith, Pe AYSOYI was so nearly unanimous that the Council accepted it as binding. The vote regarding the status of the Touchstone taken at the same time however, was so close that the Coun- cil decided to submit it to the entire Student Association again for a more accurate opinion. This letter referendum disbanded the Toriebstorre but substituted Sulniim, a new magazine, for it and at the same polling decided to continue to distribute shares to publications supported by the student THX. The faculty was petitioned to permit freshman and soph- omore veterans to be allowed automobile privileges. Then the Council supported the Automobile Association and in- itiated it as a student self-government body. A student employment service was instituted by the Coun- cil, it held a competition for the position of director and equipped an office. The Council meets annually with the trustees to discuss the curriculum, several new courses were suggested for the coming year. lt also regulated extra-curricular activities for the students' benefit. Those organizations that are not sup- ported by the student tax rely upon the Council as their banker. This year again, the Council voted to support a European orphan and next year two "displaced persons" will live and study at Amherst and eventually become American citizens. But the most important contribution of the Student Council this past year has been its faithful striving to create a more active student government. For their accomplishments made along this line, succeeding classes will be much indebted. Hizrntll, giilrlr-, Fislwv, 'Ti'rIsuu, Reviroliis. .. -1 f spa .mme A .gtviil-.fig 5 Page Sixty-six .5 lf-Y :X -ef'.," 'J A al' -'f51i"':1-if f -'-' ' fi ' 3 X t "":"fff ' X : 1s:i4s2af'1'f-2-:af'1:.sf.:sts:a-' S - 1 .Sf .15-gr -.,,. Q, Q eg ir 3,.:.,i,s5 gg:-2:-'V eg. ' , KX .5 - 5.5" n ' - ,A ..-.s-M. I .-X cietv. PHI BET K PP Phi Beta Kappa was founded at XVilliam and Marv in l77o. lt evolved from a fraternity with so- cial eligibility requirements to its present status as an honorary so- P s '- 2 1 Q if The Amherst Chapter, founded in 1853, is Massachusetts Beta . and is one of the oldest in exist- X . ence in the country. png. TVRRY CARRIGAN During the 19-49-ISHN term seven juniors and twenty-six sen- iors were elected to this honorary society. To he eligible for membership a senior must have a minimum college average of So and be a candidate for a degree with honors. A junior IIILISI have a general average of 90. Those students graduat- ing magna cum laude or summa cum laude are also eligible. Aside from its general function of endeavoring to further the scholastic achievements of the college in general, the chapter, in conjunction with other chapters, encourages schol- arship and original thinking in many fields. Scholarships and fellowships are awarded to deserving students and Phi Beta Kappa is also instrumental in placing students of high ranlt in positions after graduation. Professor George Punnell is president of the Massachusetts Beta Chapter and Mr. Ceorge M. XValler is secretary. E1ksT Row Jliller, Eiitiuxriis, Hiliiiivsiile, LTltKet1rz, ljtzrviilizu, .-liislctt, Srulllt. lilmiiltviiigt' fl-lvile. Sleuuzvl, Fehr, Pvrte, Kohllvry, 7-liziel-'rits jlovvi louis TI IE MEMBERS: Terrence D. Carrigan, Pres. ,lames P. XVimmer, Set. Edmund l.. Andrews -lohn S. .Nlelin lirank K. Austen George D. Miller ,loseph E. Banta Edward ll. Hensley D. Paul Cooney Richard E. del,iina Thomas P. Edwards, lr. Vlohn C. ljsty, lr. George l l. liehr, lr. Axel M. Calhraith Thayer A. Creene llolsev C. llandvside X'v'illiam B. llawkins, lr, Alan E. l lyde Robert E. johnson, blr. Robert Douglas ,lones ,lay M. Kaplan lie-njamin N. Knightlinger lirank M. l-einp Ceorlrev C. Mealand Robert ,l, McKean, lr. 5, Duane Morris Thomas P. Mullen Richard E. Nettleton Donald XV. Qliver llarold ll. Owen, lr. Wallis C. Parson Craig M. Pearson Stuart E. Price, jr. Burton E. Randall, lr. David L. Rogers Lawrence T. Romel Il. Kellum Smith, lr. David A. Stevenson, slr. Charles L, Stewart Raymond P. Yigneault ,lohn M. XVoodbridge XVilliam li. XVoehrlin Carl R. XVoese Anthony C. Zulfer, lr. lltzlmiallv, ,-lvlilieuw. Slriosgo Row Rumel, lfimlii, Nellluluvz, Coonev Tumi: Row flslt' Tnitvietxrilt, Owen, lTlei1li1ii.1 5lL'l'L'llX0ll, Pinson: Ktlllltlll Rotluis Lemp, Tlavelrrlivl -Rilllililll Q fs l l f lhiile Sixlv-sewn -3. , ,, 3. ,N s, xx t , , . , , fm. S. 4 i , ,Gt yy, ,, ' -, x .- we . EXW' Ag, 'W'-4--v-...,,,, gg, T ,,,.m.:f' .. wi ' s X t t ss. r -g'tt-we 'ys::gf:,1. ' 'fi , i 1 ni ' 1 ft T P 1 X.. ,, if X X " tt- .. . W . .,,gS' ,., . i, ,. Ami ,E t , X 5 N Qi is x ' 1 . .Qi - ' ctw. . 'jf , . . ' , :5 My t .. :Nifty - , - . 1 . x K 4 . 7 A K T bn' 1 -it ., ' R 15 0 T ,ill gl.-. .hr X f 'Q' X , I+ . ,S t v X Fwy x . ..... MX 5 tw X - sa' . ' ,. Q ., y sums-ta x M ' N ' Tin' Row' l 3. Y ' - sv Yu tt ' Ks W W SU' -'bf I .If . 'ggi sew.. , . Y-..Rt 1,l,:eN. -Q :W iiiiiitw, Ltiiiiiiil 'H,iii'l-'iris Keith lrlritaom Row-flldliiiiiililiii, lhiistvis, llL'tllN0ll, Rui y X sg X G .gy X Sw i s li SCAR is . t xt. .Q Ax4k,., N ' W. Scarab, the Amherst Senior Honorary Society, is an organi ation C an ' which seeks to preserve the traditions of the college and to tostei ' A triendly relations with other colleges. It is selt'perpetuating, the gs A ' outgoing members tapping new men from the ,lunior Class at the If , 'T W X, last chapel ot the year. Nlemhership in Scarab is limited to a g by t 8' -H' maximum ot sixteen Members are selected partially on their all- -f " .flq round campus activities, both academic and extraecurricular, but mostly for their contribution to the collegei The secret honorary M Q society was founded in 190-I, by students ol the Class ot 'l,lt1, and has functioned throughout the years with the exception ot tour President Btntxs, Secretary SC'IlIER.XlI7R tm,-5 during World XVM II, A precedent ot "tapping" only once a year in ,lune was broken Mute Sixty-eitilil this year when -lames Roush was admitted to the society during the fall semester. The traditional white crew hat with a green and orange band was presented to him by President Cole during a chapel service. Scarab, this year, aided in the Freshman Orientation Week by having several members assist in the program conducted by the College. The annual Rope Pull, an Amherst tradition pref V served hy the organization, was held during the fall term Sur- passing the Class of 'i2's precedent-breaking achievement of se- curing a tie, the beanie-clad members of the Class ot '53 suc- ceeded in heating the sophomore group tor the tirst time in the history ot the school. As it has done in previous years Scarab sponsored the class elections during the year. The Inter-Class Slng will be held, as usual, during the spring term. Also sched- uled tor the spring semester was the Hat-Hop, an all-college dance sponsored jointly with Sphinx, and a dinner with Car- . ' goyle, the Senior honorary ot XVilliams. C ' ltd The olticers ot Scarab were XVard Burns, president, and Lloyd C, Schermer, secretary-treasurer. SPHINX Sphinx Is an twganizatiuii wliiise members are selettetl rin the basis tit otitsiantling leatlership in acatlemic, athletic antl extra- curricular actixilies. The membership ot this serttce group is litnitctl to approximately -ine-tenth ol the iunior class. lrllis year Stearns llall was the recipient of the Sphinx lionhre Trophy, a new awartl furthering an oltl .Xmherst tratlition. .X less permanent prize, a hall keg ot beer, was presented to Phi Delta Theta tor their entry in the Ethgy Contest XY'eslcyan XY'eekt-ml. During the early tall six members of Sphinx acteal as ushers at the Presitlent's reception hir freshmen ancl matle the arrange- ments tor the freshman dances with Mount lfltilytike antl Smith, Sports Night was sponsoretl by Sphinx in December After the annual athletic banquet, letters ancl numerals were presentetl to members of the fall teams tluring a College Hall entertainment program which featured XValter R. Craham, etlitor ot the Spring- lielcl Republican, as guest speaker The Sphinx Spoon is presentetl at the Senior Chapel each year to the incliviclual who has macle the most outstanding contribution to athletics at Amherst during his four years. ln an effort to acquaint students with problems ot college antl to give them a better understanding ol institutions at Amherst and how they are relatecl to institutions at other campuses, a lieltiiiw Secretary Ai 1 xaxiii ii, ljtesiclent I,osi,sw oirrii 1 3 l Sphinx committee organized symposiums on fraternities, admis- it SSW , sion problems, scholarships and student organizations The lirst fraternity symposium discussed "The Role of Fraternities in a . ' Liberal Arts College". The issue was what fraternities should be ' g3W,5g,5 l not whether they should exist or not. The discussion was carried Q on by XVilliam R. Bayes, former chairman ofthe National lnter- I fraternity Conference, Carroll B, Low '17, :t Trustee, and Presi- :Q ' dent Charles VU, Cole. ' FIRST Row -Itttlerxou, fri, ,llexiutiiey J..ortt,'su'orfh, Frii:, fllttrtm, THIRD Row tiiiilis Smith SFt,os:li Row 'Hi1ri:ell, lltutitll, liuttiit, Clertitrtslitttv, Lerner, Lintctlsfer Httttilrtttx, fllttfiittli, KL-viii-I, 'll'vtmtti, Nettle, Page Sixty-nine .wlfn "N" NL. nv. Futvr Row liuliliolt, Qrcurie, Calvert, ,,litlcen, Tveut. Secoxu Row- glniievsun, Stliley, 'll'eelcs, Bvuiixriil, Kfcitlev, jleitlciiis. CHRISTIA ASSOCIATION The Christian Association func- Q tions as a federated system of six "H committees which carry on their work individually. However,these N, V',. .A i separate groups are independent tv only in their operation, they are : united by the ultimate aim of the C.A., the promotion at Amherst of a whole-hearted concern for the welfare of others. There are at present one hun- Pres. Croitoii C.xLv1iu'r dred or more students who have worked with the C.A. at some time during their college ca- reers. The cooperation of the campus with C.A. activities reflects a most desirable attitude towards furthering the As- sociations goals. The twentieth annual Amherst College Embassy, spon- sored by the C.A., was held late in February. This year's topic was 'iThings That Matter", and the keynote speaker was the Reverend Burton A. McLean, associate chaplain at Yale University and well-known Embassy leader here in the past, The Embassy is led by ten visiting religious leaders who come to Amherst once a year to discuss illuminating beliefs with interested students. There are meetings in each house and dormitory. This year approximately 250 students par- ticipated in the discussions and many more heard Dr. Mc- Lean speak in chapel. A new job taken on by the C.A. last September was its Page Seventy work at the Veterans' Hospital in Northampton, where a carefully selected group provided recreational companion- ship for the mentally ill. Another new function of the C.A. was its organizing of get-togethers at faculty homes during freshman orientation week. These teas were small groups at which upper-classmen assisted in introducing the incoming class to the faculty. The C.A. distributed a pamphlet, "lnvest Your Summer", in connection with their summer job forum. This annual forum is directed towards helping students select interesting and profitable work during their vacations. Campus-wide approval was secured by the C.A. in its plans to raise Slit!!! to bring two DP. students to Amherst next year. The Blood Bank this year under C.A. auspices collected 103 pints of the vital fluid. The C.A., at the request of the Student Council, organized the March of Dimes campaign on the campus. The religious activities of the C.A. included such impor- tant functions as weekly Vesper Services in the Little Chapel, weekly discussions, deputations to surrounding churches, and retreats for personal meditation. Another basic need was realized when students organized three weekly prayer groups. The C.A. helps outside the catnpus with work trips to Rabbit Hollow, ta Springfield community center, a Holyoke church, and the Amherst Boys' Club. Officers for this year were: President, George Calvert, Vice-president, Ted Greene, Secretary, Don Aitken, and Treasurer, Dave Babbott. -J--1 FIRST Row: Brttwit, fllimr, fl-ler:ni1, Qreerie. J-liilvliizrii, Ionic, Schernier, Sifroxir Row Vxtrrie, Tfevit, litevnmn, Slmpiro, litlsselt, 'Runs lqlliupliy. THIRD Row 7l'eist, .-lriiieuon, Qvewioitqli OUT! G CLUB g The Amherst Outing Club in ,-- 1949 continued most of its tradi- " A, tional functions while expanding 1 A i many of its activities and ventur- V xg ,' ing into new ones. The club again l' - , provided opportunities for all V- A those interested in the outdoors " s . A besides planning many social - events. li The lntercollegiate Outing Club PIN Ll UH, QHIIZRHER Associations get-together at Hart " ' N ' A Lake in the Adirondacks was run by Amherstls Ernie Anderson. This l.O.C.A. College Xveek proved very successful, attracting men from colleges all over the East. Once more the fall semester began with the Freslnnane Faculty picnic at Mt. Toby. Over SSO people participated in the ball games, hiking, rock climbing and woodchopping be- fore eating barbequed beef in the evening, After the meal President Cole talked to the gathering and some members of the Clee Club introduced the college songs to the class of 353. The rest of the fall was marked by frequent weekend trips to Mt. Monadnock and other nearby places as well as several expeditions with Smith and Mt. Holyoke. There were approximately 700 people present at the ac- quaintance square dance which the A.O.C. held in October, attendance records from the two succeeding dances show that enthusiasm did not wane. The clulvs winter program this year was greatly expanded. The Winter Sports Council helped the Ski Club develop Tinker Hill and the Outing Club on several fall weekends sent groups to work on the slope and the new ski jump. Xvhen there was enough snow for skiing, a bus was run from the college to Tinker Hill. The XVinter Sports Council also sponsored the ski patrol and trained fifteen men to make up this group. The club co-sponsored a Little Three ski meet at Tinker llill in March. This was the hrst such meet since the war. One of the years primary accomplishments was the or- ganization of the Connecticut Valley Conference. This was done to tie together the outing clubs in this area and bring them into closer contact with each other. At present the membership is made up of ten nearby colleges. The Amherst club is also a member of the New England Trail Conference and rliig year is responsible for the trail around tlieliolvoke Range. Many plans were made for the spring, including several new activities along with traditional events like the lntercolf legiate Trout Derby which was held at XVilliams. There were preparations for an active bicycle group to be established soon. These and other ,events will complete a year which has followed the post-war trend of expansion and improvement in the Outing Club. This year's officers were R. K. C-reene, President, and Cv. R. Maise, Secretary. Page Seventy-one Q-0 Fmsi Rim- ,-Imievsmi Sinlevlwmlv ,Tir Tolvnsttm Slcivmt, Lumlt-ll, Tflvurf, Jlnilrews, Baker, SECOND Row'gDougltzs, "li'l1itriev, Stecker, Runser, ff' g- .4-' C. Page Seventy-tivo Lepley, CL7l7tlll, Reed, THIRD Row: fllelin, Taylor, :fYYI?l1EY??lAllI1I, Bltusdell, Ctzmpliell. THE MASQUERS The Masquers 1948-49 season concluded with Oscar XVilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest". This well- known play found appreciative audiences both during its regular run and at the special Commencement performance. Under the direction of Professor F. Curtis Canfield the ac- tors brought out the many quirks and shades of meaning in the clever dialogue and made the characters human. james Douglas played the leading part, an English playboy, while Kirby veterans Donald Roberts, ,lohn Maxson, and George Bliss filled the major supporting roles. The artistic settings and striking costumes of England in the midenineties added much to the atmosphere. The American premiere of Peter Yates' 'fThe Wind Was North" was the first production of the 1949-50 season. Pro- fessor Canfield continued the Kirby tradition of bringing to Amherst modern, experimental plays as well as traditional ones. The play, a semi-classical, semi-realistic tragic study representing an attempt to revive the poetic drama, had as its subject Lincoln's assassin, john Wilkes Booth. Raymond Macdonnell portrayed the passionate and insane Booth who, as a southern actor, failed to divorce the stage ToP LEFT, Prof. McC.oun, Prof. Rogers, Prof. Johnston, and Reed Stewart, President of the Masquers, LOWER LEFT: "Thats my antique Chair!"-The Case of the Crushed Petunias. and reality within his own mind and came to play his great- . , I est role as the Isiller III the I Iesideiit, Charles Rogers, who di-signed the scenery, and Ralph .NIC- Lioun, Technical Ilireetor III Kirlw Theatre, did their usual hne ioh. Tltey etnployed classic colunins to Ilanlt eight real- istic scenes. Peter Yates, Iiritish author and INICI, ioiirtieyed front ling- land to see the production and while here in Ainlierst deliv- ered a lecture in Iolinson Chapel on the use of poetic verse in drama and, in particular, its place in "The Wind XY'as North". Three student'produced one act plays were presented on the Kirhy stage in ,lanuary under .Nlasquer sponsorship in an etlort to give undergraduates experience in direction and technical production without faculty supervision - "Keep The Change" hy Hal Gwen WH, "O Distant Land" and "The Case ofthe Crushed Petunias". The Masquers chose for their Spring production "The Front Page" hy Ben Iiecht and Charles IXIHCIXTIINIII Denis -Iohnston, noted Irish playwright and director, assumed the post of Visiting Director of Kirby Theatre for the second semester to replace Professor Canfield while the latter was on sahhatical, Mr. ,Iohnston did an excellent ioh of directing the top-flight comedy which deals with the antics of newspaper reporters in the Criminal Courts Building in Chicago during the 19205. The fast moving action and dialogue gave free rein to the talents of Peter Soderbergh and Wfalter Monteith in the leading roles. The officers for the year were Reed Stewart, Presidentg Peter Soderbergh, Vice-President, and Thomas Lundell, Sec- retary. Tow RIGHT: "I want you to have something tu rememher me hy' " 'TIM' Frou! IILIJL' AIIDDLE RIGHT: "Is this the bag, Miss Prism?"-The Jntparttziite ol Iieiriq thirties! Lowsiz RIr1HT' 'AT-:II them I did it for my cmxntryf'-,The 'll'ni.1 'likzs ,fe I I North. Page Seventy-tlirec FlRsT Row Sulderi. liltovl. Fdllltllil, lfrowflicv Corian! tllres t, Dr, fllislvl-uri, Hizrtiivsnle, Smith, Eddy, flleltri, Cross, Foersfer tl'lftJr.J, SECOND Row: Durlev .flrtilcrsori 'li' tircene S, Knowles, flitlcen, Clark E., De1Qinm, Cmnt, jones R, Hall tj., loltusfort, Sutton, THIRD Row' Hampton, flltuter, Boutl, fllerrift l-lttrnes 5, lliliott, l'ltlls'C1' T, Nitliotoii, Httyrtes ll., Eslv, Boultz, Lui, FOURTH Rowk Corsitllnz, fHut1t1t115, Bedford, l'llatKctt:1e, 'l'evnott, Foxfer, 'Writlhl S, Knwlel, Zimniermttu, Detcltmuller, Clirisltc, Humphrey, Crump, Hurdle, Hotl-' ln addition to maintaining a regular concert schedule this year, the glee cluh also presented Beetliovens Ninth tChoralJ Sym- phony with the Mt, Holyoke College Choir and the Springfield Symphony Urchestra. Alexander Leslie, the director of the or- chestra, conducted what is considered the most diflicult music in all choral literature- the featured soloists were professional lielt-uu ljlfili For itsrrit, Manager, Croitiyi Coxaxr, Presi- dent, Uri. I li xiiv G. Misiikix, Director. l Page Seventy-joiir ers: Gladys Kuchta, Mary Davenport, joseph Laderaute, and Norman Scott. The program was presented twice, the first time to a capacity audience in College Hall on Saturday, March lo and the following night in Chapin Hall at South Hadley. The Spriuitlielti Relutltlituu said of the performance: "One listened with amazement to the young, fresh voices . , . without a sense of strain and with a constant beauty of tone." The regular concert season opened in Decemher with a joint Christmas program with Smith, a portion of this performance was hroadcast the following day over the New England Regional Network, in Fehruary the cluh gave two concerts for the henefit of local charities, the first at Easthampton and the second at Palmer. Early in March the glee club was featured again on the Sun- day afternoon program 'Songs From New England Colleges" under the auspices ot the Monsanto Chemical Company of liostttli. The popular annual home concert took place on April 16 in College llall hefore a packed house, the following weekend the singers gave two concerts in the New York area for the alumni instead of the usual single concert in Manhattan. On Friday, April 22 they appeared in Wlestchester and the following night in Maplewood, New -lersey. The group also resumed its practice of sponsoring a dance, hefore the Christmas vacation the glee club presented a semi- formal Christmas Prom. The Decorations were based on the theme of "X'i'inter XVonderland" and the band was Billy Note who played for an enthusiastic crowd. Dr. Henry Cr. Mishkin directed the group with George F. Conant as president and Richard D. Foerster as manager. fell lo iiqlilz George Conant Pete Soderbergh Bob Carington Fred Luddy john Esty Corcly Hall Steve Kohlbry .fllismh Bob ,lohnston DOUBLE QUARTET The informal octet was heard at most of the college social events entertaining with its unique repertoire. Pete Soderberghs enthusiastic direction continually led the DQ, into encores in their renditions of everything from rah-rah college songs to barbershop quartet numbers, "Mosquitoes", "Lindy", "Coney Island Baby", as well as such favorites as "Sleep" and "Kentucky Babe", "Mandy Lee", "Down Mobile", and the "Amherst Col- lege Medley" were all featured. This season there were appear- ances before alumni at Providence, Philadelphia, New York, and Rochester. The DQ, was heard on campus at the Christmas dance and the Spring Prom. ln February, upon the graduation of Tom Steadman, Bob Carrington filled the vacancy. Qn HGIR The choir members are selected from the Clee Club chiefly on the basis of seniority. Their main function is to sing the hymns at the chapel services four mornings a week. This year the choir's activities were expanded as it took over several entire chapel services to put on an abbreviated concert in place of the usual speaker. There are regular weekly rehearsals Linder the- choir's director, Professor Mishkin. During the pre-Christmas season, the choir, as part of its expanded program, presented carols during chapel services. The choir sang this year at the twentieth annual Christmas Vesper Service which took place iust before vacation. Again this year the choir will he on hand for the commencement exercises. l FIRST Row: fHmi.fvsi.fc, Ciowllm, Flohiislon, glillccn, Prof. fllxwlvlviii, Co1mnl, 'li'liorf, Eililv, :iinnum umizf SECOND Row: Jliiifcisoiz, Knmirlus, fl-lalscv, Clini-, ffliiviius. de L-lillil, Greene, L'lIci'vilf, THIRD Row: Rogers, fflnll, fllacKeii:it', Bedfonf, flleliii, Selden, jones, 7-lock, 7-luililins. Page Seventy-five wonos Ano rwsnc Jnnessneun Hnmuon Noe" W IE ef 1 cws's as .wg ,f NJ, - Annan:-r MSS . ,Mi 1 f5"e A Q , - A 3 z Q - X 3 '- - ' feb H P' , . ,- e THE BA DS The Amherst College Band during its fourth year turned in successful football and concert performances. Playing at the ma- iority of the home games, the band also made trips with the team to NX'illiams and Tufts. This was the first season in which the organization traveled to games other than Little Three conf tests. During the fall sports season the Pep Band, composed of a few picked men, played at Friday evening pep rallies, later in the year they were also heard at some of the basketball games, The concert band, composed of forty-tive members selected by audition, scheduled henelit appearances in Holyoke, Wfare, Am- herst and Turner's Falls and planned the concert for the middle ot May at College Hall. Under Director Clement Schuler, the repertoire was greatly increased during 19513. Two of the subdivisions of the Band, The Brass Choir and the XY'oodwind Quintet, played a number of concerts in the Amherst area during the year. Biaifixve The f'lli1rchivii1 Imritl in action, The Brass Choir plizyimi one of their Christmas concerts. Qx vu.. ,nf-" .e 4--ga., e t Page Seven ty-six . Q 5- FIRST Row Polluvmu, Eslv, Iilunl--0, Iiuvux fHnlH'L'IIIN Vmwm Ymulwurl, 'Hzml Qiwwlv Rum' ,jllnllvrlln Inllw, fflwm Fmt: IMI--U, I ulflv, Tluxzwv 9 O O Q O 0 r4.-w.1gx f . , - , . C,1m1poscd uf vnu grndL1ntc and my llITLIUl'Lfl'HLIllfllk.' zupnuwrltnllw frmn muh fi'SlL,'I'l1NlV and thu l.m1l f A A - K - S f fc!! Llub, th.- Home .Nlnnnqcmunr CAIINIUIIIUL' um fwxm-Ll um an ax A Lmxml ummnnce Ur wuwrvnsc , S, , . 1 :it--f V. th: ntinirx ur the mrwux lmmmw on campus Thu grmlunlu clmirnmn is Rwwll Ilsxcrmpmr '12, under' gm-.lllnrc cha rmnn, -Irnmus Hawkins 'illq Sucrcmu'y, Arllmur I,lnvcnp.n't '32 ' The FFfllCI'HiTf' Huwincss x1flllJflUI'l'!L'I1l m'crsuw the lmnminl nuixilice wt unch uf mln wqinl I-warmlznr tiunx on cmnpm. Thu grndunxc Llmirmnn ii T Imrd XY' Millar 'Hp Llndcrgrmluniu Llmirmnn, Riclmrnl l.. XV, Sinmm '50, RL'NiL1CTll Mnnngur, Arthur lfHVUI'lPHl'I '32, Pres. ,Im Pl.-wfmws llR5T Rmx' Tminll, Hmmm, Smmus, JI: Uumvzjvml, g1uu1Ly Hwfl-rm, ,-lvnfumvl, SIKUYID Rmx Rulvqlmlcw, Ncvvu ,'1Iw1Ll-2 51vu.f.1msx, Coon, Vfmlmx, Wuswf, rw am. Urge SL'1'L'n1lv-wmv: -Y' '75 :nab SX "'fXaaJ0" Amherst Stubtnt The Amherst Stiuleiit in 19-19 continued as the most in- fluential campus publication. lts competent factual reporting provided a chronicle of events on the Amherst campus, while its editorials shaped and reflected student opinion on a va- riety of subjects. The editors have put out a paper for the students which also gives a well-rounded picture of Amherst life to parents and alumni. P11516 SCDCIIIY-L'ft1l1f The first issue of the Fall semester again appeared during Freshman Orientation W'eek, before the arrival of the rest of the college. This special edition was designed to acquaint the incoming frosh with their new environment as well as various traditions and customs of the campus. The high standard of Student reporting was maintained throughout the Fall term. The polls of various faculty mem- bers on the New Curriculum and the role of fraternities in college intellectual life made interesting and constructive reading outside the realm of ordinary news reporting. The Student also served the college community in conjunction with the Athletic Department by sponsoring movies of the Amherst football games. Craig Pearson's column, "Buffalo Chips", continued to picture some of the more amusing phases of Amherst life by coverage of such "important" organizations as the 'KDecius Chapteru and the "Amust Decency League". The "Press Box" commented on different aspects of the Amherst athletic program. john Esquirol and his sports staff also went out on a limb in printing an All-Little Three football team. The first issue of the Student Review was thirty-six pages long, and appeared in November. lt offered informative ar- ticles, both humorous and serious, intended to "relate the limited context of Amherst College to the outside world". The specifically-appointed editorial staff made it clear that they would welcome contributions from any member of the student body. Following previous precedent the Student published two extras. A special issue came out on the Saturday after the Spring Prom, complete with a picture of the Prom Queen, during Alumni Xveekend in the fall a special edition was dis- tributed a few hours after the Wesleyan football game. This contained write-ups of the day's contests and a schedule of the weekends activities. Wliile the main body of the paper was composed of news about the college, undergraduates, and alumni, the Student editorial writers looked for trends and causes behind the news and tried to evaluate their effect on Amherst. ln doing this they came up with several controversial subjects on which they took a firm stand, although their opinions did not always parallel those of the majority of the student body. ln the second issue the paper came out in support of the ad- ministrations changes in automobile regulations. More than once in succeeding numbers the editors pointed out the dangers connected with car ownership, and they were quick to back the proposal of a student automobile association. During the football season they condemned the lack of spirit at the pre-game rallies and called for better organization at the bonfires. The flaws in the present compulsory chapel system also fell victim to Student editorials. The first semester was culminated by a series of editorials entitled "The College". These discussed the college, both X TT' FIRST Row: 'li't1Ili1te, Cfixlhltllwv, lilenlcu, Priesnril, lfvixiltfon, limnx, fstyuirol, llizllon, Lferflvnu, Si2r'r'w1vRoXx' tnxriiriyv, 'Ht-v:uiJ, Fpvrriiixrlei. lfrllnzim, ,Tarty 1'llt1t'Kcvr:re, Hun:iL't'r, Heller, Vhmncr, Tunto Row 'Ior.1.ux, Llltfwlv, flt', flltumn, Cnwlu, ,IIuxiz11.iuv, Kt'v.lul, Kixlmlrrt-v, Motu, faculty and undergraduate5, from the moral, spiritual, and intellectual Standpoints, pointing the way to possible im- provement on several fronts. The Final article dealt with the place of Amherst and the liberal arts college in the modern world. The Editorial Board coniiited of Paul E. Bragdon, Chair- man- XVard Burns Manaffinv Editor- Iohn XV. Priesinv Vice 1 r pr- 1, to Chairman, Don B. Blenlxo, Nexw Editor, Ylohn H. Exquirol, lr., and Harry l. Dalton, Sports Editors, Don Blenko was editor ofthe Slnilenf Rt'1in'1i', The Businew Manager wax D. Paul Cooney while the rest of the Business Board wax made up of XVilliam xl. McLaugh- lin, Daniel M. Galhreath, Alva Moog, Ylr., ,lulian D. Conover, -lr., ,lon Van XVinltle, and Allan S. Lerner. FIRST Row" Conover, Lervxur, Qmllireizllv, ffoonuv, ,TltLt1ni1l'lo1, Jluoil, Tim 'lI'inl.'lu, Slfvowrr Row, llolnrmtn Jlxarizrni, 'll'lulm'v, Qlinlerson, 5!i1tl'fmle, Pt'-uton, Holiixxvovlli, fllinxturr, limwrx J , , ta i . 1 I 3 Q r T ll A l - l l ,l,rltIL' SL'l'L'lllY-IIHIL' ir: w -kt, is st Piitvi Rim Tuul-wi, lft'il:t'I, lluliii, QlltNiiimirii, Srwawir Run Kinii, Pisiiui, Cuffptilti OLIO This issue ut tht- Hin' marks i thc nincty-sixtli yt-ar since its apl pt-aranct' as tht- year hook nl Ani- hcrst Cnllugt-. liirst hcgun in ISV, it was ptihlishctl annually hy tht- junior class until 15137 when it hccainc thc scniur Class yt-ar lwnnk. The Ulm is riimx- than rust a lmnk im' tht- NL'11lUl'N, im' it inclntlt-s an infnrinal rccurtl of Y thu stutlcnt hotly, the fratcrnitics and cnlltfgc activities, and rt-pre' st-nts a xaltiahlu pictorial as wt-ll as written rccurtl of the en- tirc cnllt-gt' yuar. Chairman of this yuark ctliturial lwaixl was Alohn Mclin, whilt- tht! Managing lltlitin' was Kit-nrgc Bt-itzt-I. The l,iturary lftlitur was llcnry Eisner antl the l'hotograpl1y Editor was lQ11l1t'l'tTtmltt'i'. , - , . 1 . . - s . lhu htisiiit-ss hoard this ycar cunsistt-tl nt Qoiirad llirzt-l as liusincss Manager, Ktitli xlflClXlfll11TH'I1 as 'l'rcasurcr, Clark King as fXtlx't-rtisiiig Nlanagcr, antl litlwartl Cuppola as Cir- ctilatirin Managcr. 'lihc priint' i,hit'Ctix't- nt this himartl in Pl'ULlllCll1g tht- 1090 Ulm was tu in'Qi'cuiiit' tliti tinnhlt-s iii cxccssivc printing Cnsts and tu it-t-stahlisli tht' high prt-war ui thu Ulin in nrtlt-r IU pp.-st-itt tht- whnlu sttitlt-nt lmtly, as wcll as tht- grad- Pnirt' 1' itllilv uating scninr, with as complctc a rectrrtl of the school year its is pussihlc. The mritif for the 19511 Kiln- was first Considered in I9-lT. Ir took thrcc years nt inolcling hy thrct: Llilicrent Ulm hoartls hcforc thu Uginging College" thcnic was uwlvecl as it appears in this hunk. Thu ,Nlcniorahilia Rooin supplied thc editors with a valnahlc cnllcctiuii of manuscripts, song hooks, let- tt-rs, and i'cfcrcnccs, which, through thc aid of Miss Rena llurkan, wcrc put to use in tht- hook. A liwly Correspondence with Xlr, llainiltun hiinsclf provided us with the rcniaindcr of tht- iniurinatir,m. ,ass ., 4 FIRST Row" l'lltLi1i4:Il'l1Hi Rdlhldll, Price, Tuiiil, lilmv Qliroxo Row L-llillII'lllt', ch.-y-tit, Lum' Fvitz, tiny Thiiaillils Tumi: Roxx liiilfomitls, Kmmer Knoll. Himttlver, lonus, Kimi TOUCHSTO E Striving to establish itself as a prospering humor magazine on the Amherst Campus .Tottchslorie this year underwent a series of explosive arguments and referendums which were to decide its fate. The magazine, which has been the subject of much controversy as to its benefit to campus life, was given another chance, and hopes that with a change of name and a renovation of policy that it will achieve its much sought-for goal. Becoming the Stilmmi, the magazine plans to continue its policies of offering prizes to stories suhmitted by the student body. There has also been an emphasis on the representation of campus life in pictorial reviews, as well as an etiort to inject more and hetter humor into its pages. The magazine was founded in 1935 with the belief that a senior Class year hook and a newspaper did not allord sutiicient outlet for college literature and opinion. . fi . ez. Since then the successive boards have experimented with various if KYTLTLQXPT 4, . A -I' plans, varying hack and forth +- Ta C from serious literature to humor, and this year it sought to achieve a balance. Of value to the incoming fresh- man classes was the "Autumn Almanac lssue", which was devoted to explaining Amherst, its traditions, the town itself, and its neighbors. This year's issues continued the pictorial review of life at Amherst, along with trips in pictures to ditiierent parts of New England and Europe. Each issue also presented the prize-winning short story submitted by one of the students. The Business Board this year consisted of X'y"illiam Mc- Laughlin, Business Manager, and Grosvenor Blair, Treasurer, The Editorial Board members were Stuart Price, Chair- man, ,lohn Todd, Vice-chairman, ,lames Douglas, Art Editor, Samuel Lord, Features Editor, and Burton Randall, Litera- tures Editor. Pagc Eiglitv-one C3 -we 43 O O O The Amherst College Pltotographefs Association is one of the most recent extra-curricular activities to be introduced to Am- herst College. The organization was formed in 19-fo as a none profit organization with the intention of giving those interested in photographic art a chance to engage in amateur practice and gain valuable experience. The organization resulted because of the need for good snapshots by the campus publications which were attempting recovery after the war. Accordingly, they pooled their finances and agreed to furnish the A.P.A. with a dark room and materials in return for its output. Soon excellent facilities were available, and the A.P.A. became an organization of in- creasing value to the college community. At present the A.P.A. is doing most of the photography for the Stiiileiit, the .Toiitl,ts!uiit', and the Ulm, besides taking pictures of college life for periodicals and circulars pertaining to Amherst, The photographers include: Harry Manville, ,loe Stecker, Mar- dick Baliozian, -lohn Kaufman, David XVertzel, Herbert Pratt, and Stanley Coates. Y l rw Page Eighty-two Srtxnixo: Tooker, Bums, Paine Lord, "H'iirf:e1, Pmft. PUBLIC RELATIONS The Ufhce of Public Relations was established at Amherst in 1047. lt is concerned primarily with representing the College to outside groups, agencies, and individuals. This function is per- formed through several departments within the Office: the News Bureau, the preparation of official college publications and the weekly bulletin of events, and editing of the alumni magazine. The News Bureau is divided into the general news, sports news, and hometown news departments. Both general and sports news are sent to western Massachusetts and metropolitan news- papers daily, Publications issued by the Office of Public Relations include the Student Handbook, the Student Directory, Announcement of Courses, the Annual Catalog, "This is Amherst" tprospective student bookletl. seasonal press books on varsity sports, the Col- lege Calendar, and such other items as might be needed for spe- cific uses. Ssartanz Tiitscliler, Eff, Smith, Qtzvriimn,'Dt1Ifon,Laitcitster, jacob- suii, STANDING: Qeiflvner, Sfaiiford, M- fllttvtiiri, Qyiler, Bennett, Sthler, flletlwen. SE.-WED: Coates, Ktzitfnmn, Balio- :mii, fllizrwillc, full, fllunsonf I ,- ,.-J ,.... l-mst Row Tlhlernnui lxnoivles 'Hohple 'llzvttu THlllVlVtUtl,Bt1Itlll'l1l.TJ1HlL'T' SIZVUNJI Rm Et i i " fslein 72 L,,TlortJ.1ii, Fxilltertl Tovtlim ,Tltuslutll Epstein fll, fl, little THtRn Row, gay, Jllieim, Stlvvtltl Himipl-ries, Tlltllls. Un February 25th XY'.'XiNll5 achieved a coverage which per- mitted DOI only residents of dormitories and fraternities but many townspeople as well to hear "The Voice of Music and lfcltlcitlitutw, Play-hy-play accounts ot a number of athletic contests held away trom Amherst were hroadcast throughout the year, Regular leatures included a Saturday night of recorded music, a weekly news preview hased on advance copy furnished hy Newsweek magazine, daily newscasts compiled from wires ot International News Serxice, half-hour dramatic shows, foreign language skits and the addresses ot visiting lecturers. Perhaps the most important innovation in the stations activi- ties this year was its instrumentality in the establishment ot a college radio network known as the Pioneer Broadcasting Sys- tem, which includes the stations ot Amherst, Smith, and the Uni' versity ul Massachusetts, The PHS potential listening audience numhers more than l'2,5Illl residents in the college areas. Ollicers ot XV.-X.XlF this year were Station Manager, Rohert Vance, Production Manager, john lluhhard, Business Manager, lfdwards ll'-pple, Technical Personnel Manager, Philip Knowles, Chief .Xnnouncer ,lames Baldwin, Sports Director, ,lohn l,an- caster .'xwff11rU"j'z"zy ZX sa. Page Eigltty-tltree 'ssc im- ,K -v w A,.. x, XA!! ,J liiitsa Row tfhilil. liuilutt! Floio. qlllllfillilll, Cohn SECOND Row Treat, illcjxltliililtd, Cornish, tfohmt, Parsons, Nelson, lieechinq, Ciunphell, Htttlser, 'Iiiiito Row 'Helier Sliefipuirl, 5iiilievItm.l, Hevitiusoii, Dillon, flltzrstou, Fntlieva 'llhI, Jtlttzittzsori. FOURTH Roxy: 'li'liite, hitlile, Potts, eiitlhtuii lilticlcltiiiu :tillc1.Di1rsie gil-lis,Slnz1iev Bvutlcmizii. The Debating Cotincil thts year has seen a tangible increase in quality as well as interest in debating, The debaters numbered about forty and the schedule totaled about sixty debates. The first semester saw a record ot fourteen wins against ten losses with tour practice sessions against Mount llolyoke and Smith in which there were no decisions. Basically, two topics were debated, the lirst being: "Resolved: That the United States nationalize the basic non-agricultural in- dustries" and the second. 'lllesolvedz That the members of the Communist Party be barred from teaching in colleges and uni- versities in the United States." 5E.ft'rEri- tfoviiish, lhzisoiis, .TltN'izniiim ST.-txntxir hiriile. I Page Eiqlilysfoiir .Xniong the colleges and universities debated this year were: llrown, Yale, Dartmouth, XY'illiams, Trinity, Bowdoin, XY'esleyan,, Smith, Nlount lrlolyoke. and the University of Vermont. The high point of the debating season was reached when the team ot llacker, Cornish, .XlacNamara and Parsons won the Little Three tournament, winning three out of four decisions. As in the past, the Debate Council sponsored the intramural' debating program lor the year. The orlicers of the Debating Council were: President, ,lohn .X1cCleary Parsons, Yice-president, Donald M. Cohan, Manager, Thomas F. Nelson. Secretary, Charles XY. Beeching. DELTA SIGMA RHO The honorary Debating So- itllei, ,'lllti1Hi1507l ciety, existing under the auspices. of the Public Speaking Depart- ment and the Debate Council. is Delta Sigma Rho. The Amf herst chapter, founded in 1916, chooses its members from the- outstanding debaters upon the recommendation of the depart- ment and the existing members. The president was .lohn Par- sons, with Keith McNamara Cveorge Athanason, Anthony' Zulfer, Robert Cornish and Da- vid judge completing the mem- bership. 1 SPEAKERS ASSOCIATIO The Speakers' Association co- operates with the Faculty Lec- ture Connnittee, headed hy Pro- tessor lieniamin M. Ziegler, in sponsoring speakers on the cam- pus, The Association consists ot four meinhers, each one repre- senting one activity of the stu- dent hody. For the year I9-W-ill they were: President ,lohn MCC. Parsons from the Dehate Coun- cil, Wlilliam V, Wfallace from the Slnileiil, julian Conover from the Christian Association, and Fred Marston from the P0- litical Llnion. PHILOSGPHY CLUB The Philosophy Cluh was founded in 1948 to bring to- gether those interested in the discussion of philosophical ques- tions, This year there were two meetings held in the fall semes- ter and tour were planned for the spring. The discussions have always heen open to anyone in- terested, A speaker, usually from the faculty, opens the meetings, followed hy a general discussion of the evenings topic, Suhiects such as "Henry Adams' Theory of History", "Metaphysics and Einpiricisinu, and "ls Metaphys- ics Nleaningless7", form the ha- sis of the meetings, ROTH RWAS SOCIETY The Political Union was re- formed as the Rotherwas Society whose purpose is to discuss top- ics of general interest on a senti- formal hasis. A controversial question of this nature was pre- sented at each meeting intro- duced hy two faculty memhers who are on opposing sides. Then the prohlems were discussed in- formally. The lirst topic, Vforld Federalism, was introduced hy Clifton Fadiman and Professor Kranzberg. Andrew Hacker was chairman of the society while Professor Latham was faculty adviser. L. lioiiozwr, Parsons, "li'aIl.ue, fllttvstou l51Rs'r Row Ktzpltzn, Iilatieii, Ktilniluui, loviiisli, litilmitth, Stir two Row- Ciuutwv, Lireerte u l5tRsT Row- ffottoiwv, flltitlvev ,Tlitrsfoir Sltitioxti lxoxy Uitlmnllv, ifovitts 'TB li, Page ftglltlv-lim I This hook is renpectlully tletlicatetl lo ,lamen 'Shelley llamilton 'tio antl to the countlenn othern who have fosteretl the "Singing College" tratli- tion at Amherst, Their verse antl munic help ie- cortl lile at Amliernt iunt as these wortln antl pic- tures clo. Singing is an integral part ul our liven here, no one who han ever nung on a lraternity ltoune porch alter Tuentlay night goat or liarinoniietl on an oltl favorite some weekentl night or lintenetl to the haunting melotly an the neniorn pannetl the gohlet can forget thin part ol our college tlayn, These songs we ning are countlenn, nome oltl antl nome new. A numlwer have latletl lrom the scene antl linger in alumni hearts hut many lrom yesterday like 'il'aige'n llorne" antl "To The YMMES S4 IMMILTUX liairent College" are ntill heartl continually. Xllfe have reproclucetl in thin lwooli the manus scripts ol six ol' the songs we currently ning, they are all Mr. Hamilton'n work inclutling the celehratetl "l-ortl ,lerlrey ,fXmhernt" which clecoraten the entl-papers of this volume. But we are conscioun that many others have con! trihutecl to this heritage, the lint woultl he long intleecl: Draper Bartlett '03, liretl Xvootls hritlge '89, ,lason N, Pierce '02, Prof. -lohn li. Cenung, hut even thin lint woultl not account for the countless songs which are still anonymous. Scores ol them iunt grew, part were cretl itetl to authors hut many are authorless even now. The tratlition cannot he tracetl to con- crete facts antl tlelinite names, circumstance lormetl a hackgrountl lor the tratlition antl it grew slowly. But the purpose ol this book is not to trace the tratlition, it woultl take thin whole volume to tlo that, the reatler, however, will liml short notes next to the manuscripts in the lwooli telling a little hit about the hirth of that particular nong. The purpose ol this hook is, of course, to recorcl something ol' another year at Amherst, these pages can never capture the real essence ol life here, They can only otl'er a hriel recf ortl of the past months. ln the hope that it may atltl to communicate the npirit ol the place, we have insertecl the "singing college" theme, gratefully aware ol the men who have main- tainetl this traclition at "the f'airent college ot them all", Wfe acknowledge with thanks the help ol Mr. Hamilton, .Xlinn Rena Nl. llurkan, Klip llorace XV. Hewlett, Mr. Nl. A. lckes, ,lr,, antl the others who have helpetl str much with the laook. ,loiix S,AllllN,ll7tlI'IllltH1 CliotttagB.Birrxii,,,Tluitt1tIuitlEtlilor Contour R. l lutzrr, liuniiiens ,Tltiiititlei Krrrii M,veN,vm1.-vita, 'Tieustiiei l'll:NRY Eisxigit, Literary 5 tlilor RUliliR'l' l,, Tooigi it, l'liolorlrupliy Etlilor Claiuf C, liixo, bltlm'i'l1sil1tl.Tlullttrler lfowaiui D, Ciovvoi ,v, liittiltilioii clltiiiutler On the opposite page is ti iepletlmlitui ul the tower of the lust olitiun of "ford Qeoflrcy ,1linlJersl". LTlie tlrawiiitl, ivliitli Ili. Hminlloii naw "scents lo me to express, iatoililv and lmppilv, the rallwr oriitatim' itlea from itflmli the song first came", was tlout' lof ll'. 5, fH1ll, their ti suplwiiiuie .mtl later ti well-lerioiun cartoonist. The I'ie-.Nled Club helps orient those students who expect to enter medicine or a related iield, The club has sponsored many actixities to acquaint its members ttith the problems of going to medical school and interesting developments in the lield of medis cine. Lectures, which have been open to the entire student body, hate included lecturers from .-Xmlierst and other institutions. Dr, Schulte gate a lecture on eiiilwi'x'oltigy and cancer, Dr. Vfliitnex' talked about medical schools to the club, and Dr. Chrisman de- lixered a speech on polio, Dr. llodge, til the University of Rochester, lectured on the mechanism ot uranium poisoning, and the representatives of vari- Olls medical schools addressed the club on the problems of admisf sion and instruction in medical schools, ln addition, various lilms of interest to the members ot the club have been shown. Ur Schotte is advisor to the Prefhled Club, while Dr. XY'hitney is pre-med advisor to the group. Oihcers were ,lohn Durfey, president: Paul Hoter, vice-president, David Rogers, secretary- lrllflilllllfll. e :- as va , t i YW NT-fn 'T ,..., CLUB SiE.ft'l'Eoq Prev, Kulslw, "Wells, Dur- iev, Potters, Steiicrisoit, Tull: S'i',tN1ilNt3- livoiiwi, 'll'elier, Runs, ....- L .' -,Q 5,4 'J 1- su . . gr 1 f. PRE-LAW CLUB lfiRs'r Row: Sliiiiier, Sliiiifoiii, l'1Ii1c- Niiiiiiim, thirties, Tiizite, SECOND Row: Toolset, Cross, bletiwlri, Hiililuiiil, Cohiui, The activities ot the Preslaw Club are limited to those which ixill he ot most value to its members in their pursuance of law careers. Securing information concerning the various law schools and passing it on to the members is 3 primg funqtiqm of tlig Pre-law Club, Experts from outside the academic tield, such as practicing lauyers and representatives ot the Bar Association, as well as professors of law at the various graduate schools, were extended invitations to speak to the interested students. jpt1t1Cti1iIl'lj'-six This year the student body heard talks by the Deans of Ad- mission of Yale, llarvard and Columbia Law Schools, stressing the factors in admission. The deans further explained the possibilities of jobs after law school and also explained the required and elective courses that could be taken, The orlicers ot the Pre-law Club were: President, Keith Macs Xamara: Vice-president, George Crimes, Corresponding Secre- tary, Dean XY'oodman. hieiiiiiiii, FitI:iiii1er, Siifioii, Lefiley, The ISP-W l'r111n Ctiinmittee highlighted the .ltnlterxt weial Nea- .Xlthtttigh thix Npettatttlar went- appearetl -tverniglit, it uae on with 7-lt'll:t1l1ul1f1111', The committee featured Lionel llainpttin preeetletl hy intintlix nl tarelul iwik nn the part nl the winmit- fur the annual xpring fthfllldl. lee lf.14,l1 yL'Jl', tltl't'L' 111' ltllll' lI1cl1llM'lN me Nt'lt'Llt'tl lrttln the llcxll Overniglity the gyinnaxium nas converted inm an infernti, urr man elaw tw Ht-iw nn the wininittee ltir lnur xt-aiw llt'll:t1l1u11l1111 rixaled hy llante himself, Fntranee tn the -.lance ttax attained max eliairnianed hx' llal Uiten with Xla1'11'S1n1tl1, Nt-iinever. tlirtiuglt a hlaekened tunnel at the entry ul which lawiw were Ylinglev, Treat and Wiiglit wiring livin the itininr tlav, llttxh- di5trihuted, The devil! caxtle "darkened" one wall laeed nn the man, l.t-l.ieti'e, and l,1111gNut1i'tlt twin the wplittiiitwt- claw, Hu' ippwite wall hy the grinning teinptor hintiell, A hlaelc and red ltttvnilt, l.t-nip, and Nitli-win twin the lrexliinan tlaw laingv wtrrli and Treat mere eluted tu U1-eliaiiinan the Will dame ceiling tlYCl'l1lIllg the hall, PRO CGMMITTEE l'IRNT R1-xx' Hiiwii 7l'11t1l1I Tvtnzl .Lui1i1t1t't1rIl1, Ltlitaim Nlt11Nlx Run lf11L't111iiiL', Yitlmtttii, f l'1l1 111.111, lftltimttti fll-'lt, lltuliiiitzri 'llillti . .L HEST DRI lrncvr Rim' lltiiiiieiinni, Xlftllf, 7lt1il:cll SUwm11Rmx' ,l1ut111.lt1, litlilw, Kexulrl. Froin the Fall Chen Urixe came all of AI11l1CI'iIlS etintrihutitins tn charity for the entire felmtil year, lJoshi5ha Llnivcrxity in japan, llahhit l'lolltim, and Grace Church in Hnlytike mere among the nine organizations that hem-tired lriimi the natal re- ceipts of 563111114 Robert Neale headed the committee with ,ltihn Keydel aeting ai treasurer and XY'altcr Hunziker as secretary. On the Ynl'l',Jll'5 Nuheommitteee Philip Alexander took care ot the puhlieity and XY'illian1 Sehlangen waf responsilwle for the speakers ID, ,leflrey llartzcll headed the ".Nlardi Grail Committee and Thoinae tlihhx arranged for the "Ziegler Follies". its if Chapel Npt-alters included the Re ltttinder til the .Xlorningside Cnintnttnity Center am t 4., I., ,..l YL'l'l.'HLl Ylaniex litihinx l liahlwit l lt-I l-in, the Rt-xerttml llr, Yllllg-C:l1lLII1 Tlai nl the Yien Chinn University in China, Fiete win Seliulenlwerg, xpeeial xttident lruni ' ititin t-1 Cnlrigrit-, lglertnarn' and rvther men iihn were in a pn Neale nl the henelrttx autgrtting lrum the 1.11nti'ilwtitit1m s ered in ietttin ini enntiil tti an aq I The,Xlardit,1raN11tla" ' -I - - ' 'wi tim V it lmititln, iatlles and hnt dn- Nlititv, dancing, the l,J.Q,, Cll11Ll'QC11lL'l and the Ziegler fullie: featured a Nix ring ciretix in whieli and sttidenri participated. llaeultx lltltlc' fitllllvwi t11 till F 2 i :qw gx sl-wr-vw www u Y! ig Pugh' E1gll1!v-mlb! 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A c I EE6EtetHNlEg1Q1 Ka ,Luakaftsnne 1.111-fda-M-ga! 1ggEg p.am5ELwi1-Lxlyfg f, f' Qf if ' N ' f K Fewz1imPH4fl LQ ffo clgo-U.: Q 1 5 Q a Q A I N . ew WWE? ew fgFEQlQQ2UgP fl w6.,1-as L, lima MW, ag lifarlx' in Septeniher when Coach Lloyd -lordan asseinhled the NJN edition ol the .-Xinherst varsity, prospects for the coining campaign were not too promising, llainstrung hy graduation and plagued from the start hy the old iinx of iniuries, the Lord ,letls were to tame one ol the toughest schedules in many years, The T-equipped Sahrina eleven hounded hack from an opening game setback hy Ivy-leagued Columbia to win tour in a row, then ran into three successive losses to Tufts, Trinitv, and Xlsilliains. Hut with the final whistle ot the XX illiams game, a new chapter was added to the history of Amherst foothall, capi- talizing on the starless hulk of material on hand, -lordan was able to hring the two platoon system to the Amherst campus. Four returning letternien gave Amherst one of the strongest end departments in years, Moose McGrath and Andy Seliolt: played on the ohfense while ,lay Ctavin and .lohn Neimeyer handled the defensive chores. The center ol the line was hard hit hy iniuries and sickness. Boh Stitt, Ad Meier and Al Steuher ended the season on the bench hampered hy leg iniuries, while Bill Parsons was hed- ridden. The hulk of the line work was thrown on Captain By Barnes, Poppy l-lead, ,lim Lyon, and Mark Munsill at the guards, ,lay Cveraghty, Roh Fritz, and Mike lieady at the tackles. flliiiiiigei' MCLALICHLIN, Cupliiiii BARNES, mid Votztli ,IORDAN Chuck Longsworth did the otlensive work at center while ,lell Mcaland and Charlie McMurphy alternated as defensive line hackers. ,lake ,lordan directed the attack from the quarterback slot. Chet Naiinan and Bohhy Minn alternated at left hall, and ,lim FIRM1' Row, Bullet, Qtzlltruttlli Stiswr, 5tholt:, tfcriitilitv, Nuiirtever, Parsons, Barnes tCt1pll, loriitm fl, fl-l, Keith, Hoivtzrd, Bmw, Bethel, flletzliiriil, LTt1vlot, SECOND Row Sluiiliev, Otikcs, Ditifcv, 'll'liitizlcer, Roush, Head, Qtltvm, flliiiu, Ltwiitlsiittirtli, Ntiiriitzii, ,Fril:, Lexlvernitm, Lllumill, Srioditmss, Stitl Tinian Row- Ullildl9U1l, ,'llt'1t'r, fllttimlh R, Q. ffimiis N fll, Cmtwizv, fllctimtli 'l, TV, Ksudv, Cummings, fllcflltirpliy, 7i'ilInmis, Cizscw, flltzxsoii liltirlc, Dtuiiilsoit, Coiimitiztun, Slniut, FOURTH Row: Toiitl, Q'lItDoiml.l, Ctzrlv, 'll'tz!lcms, 7-limis, Evans Q 31, Allen, Kriowlcs Lvon, 'lilwlrt-, Snitrtliiiut, fiislmtzii, lillmii, Jltzluiyliu, Ziff, FIFTH Row: loviltui ll P tCo.itli1, fllizms lflsst Cotztlil, fllclttuglilm lllliiimtlcrl, Iittliliotl I,-Iss! L-lltlllzltlffl, Frit:iiii1w Lflsst flliiimtlurl, Roilers t,Jsxt lijUL1Ll7l, 'Ritlmirlsuii tflsxt Coizclih, Et-kley tflssf Cotzchl, 'Wilwuii t.lSs t Louth I, fuk llTmuier J, Netvpovi tfttxiiiefl, Sftuiitis lfrtziiiw J, Page Niiiety-iiito ffl 3 Roush was the regular right halfback. The T formation back- field was rounded out by Dan Calbreath at fullback. The de- fensive backs were Dick Snodgrass, Sandy Keith, Bucky Harris, and Ned Barry. Other men who added depth and strength to the squad were Spike Beitzel, Don Butler, john Durfey, Herb Middleton, Dave Oakes, Frank Stisser, Les Taylor, and Barry Whitaker. COLUMBIA 27 - AMHERST 7 Amherst opened its seventieth football season against Lou Little's sophomore-laden eleven at Baker Field. The outcome of this lvy League renewal was not unexpected, but the jeffs gave notice to coming opponents that they were not to be lightly considered. Wasting little time, Columbia took the opening kickoff and marched 65 yards to score. The jefifs quickly coun- tered with their only SCOFE, a touchdown pass from Barry to Minn. The Lions collected two more before the end of the half and a fourth in the third quarter. Amherst threatened more than once but never reached paydirt after the first quarter. AMHERST 27 - COAST GUARD I3 The legs broke into the win column at New London by beat- ing a fighting Coast Guard Academy team. All the scoring took place in the Hrst half as Amherst tallied three times before the Cadets registered their first six points, Another touchdown for each team made the count 27-I3 at the half. The second frame saw three Cadet drives stopped inside the Sabrina ten-yard line. Standout for the jeffs was jim Roush with 178 yards gained on the ground. 1,.,..fm3--.,j sg wi 1 .151 --.. 1 ',,?KfJ1-.ix s- .g,,. .7 f tg. uh V . I. I M if - - , ix NM wk 355,533 4 M ,,'C"iUf-'xl 3 3 in as m?JvQ3Q K A wif Q-eggs - , ' i . Ag: 4 Q X v wax' ,M Jw e SH , t f5"??,,,. ,S ww, sea, - , . ..., ,:s.:.,s.., - -. .Z .S Q-. ..a ,UA :ff S V I V 15. V, . Q 5-' ' F" I -1 r-fs.,-.-.,:1.--:fi-,eg Ag., -- V. . f i, , ' 5 iff. Q -- .V ,.g'1+sf-31, . -tg-1 D V. ,,,. ,. gf sig, "'4 X ,gf 3 1 T' 151553 .. . C . ...,. , ,. . ff? '. ., 4- . "','FifZ'L-'7"eY- wi: hi '1 " " . ' - -t"' 1 fi' " fetal-,'s , MV.. 'A g fa- , ii- ' L-f.E1'l if xz use 15,67 Page Ninety-three A Tfilifc' Sflidllif Plfdjlu AMHERST I4 - BOWDOIN 7 After snapping a long and impressive Wesleyan winning streak the week before, Bowdoin entered Pratt Field as the favorite, only to bow to the underdog Sabrina eleven. Coach ,lordan's defensive platoon had a rugged time in the first halt, successfully thwarting Bowdoin drives on the fifteen and on the three-yard lines. The initial tally of the game came late in the first period when the Polar Bears blocked an Amherst kick and fell on it in the end zone. Bowdoin led 7-0 at the end of the half. Minn took the second half kickoff and started an Amherst drive which culminated with Roush plunging over for six points. jordan's conversion tied the score. The remainder of the game was a see-saw battle, but the jeffs finally got the ball on the visitors' '25 and four plays later crossed the Bowdoin goal line with the winning touchdown. AMHERST 20 - COLBY 6 Amherst registered its third successive victory against a sur- prisingly strong Colby eleven at Wlaterville. Danny Calbreath and ,lake jordan accounted for two touchdowns to put the ,leffs ahead I3-U at half time. The Mules followed with a tally early in the second half but the Lord jeffs were able to hold them from then on. Ned Barry applied the coup de grace in the last period when he took a Colby punt on his own 26 and scampered 7-I yards for the final score. AMHERST I4 - WESLEYAN 7 A once-defeated but still strong XVesleyan team invaded Pratt Field with visions of retaining their long-held Little Three crown. Before a capacity Alumni Wleek-end crowd Amherst's grid forces enioyed sweet revenge with a I-I-7 victory. ,lake ,lordan set up the initial touchdown in the first quarter with a pass from the 2-I-yard line to Roush on the l-I. Three line plays brought the hall to the two and ,lordan bucked over for six points. The rest of the first half saw the ball change hands seven times with no score on either side. The Cardinals recovered an Amherst fumble on the first play after the second half kickoff and tallied in four plays. A 68-yard Sabrina drive ended in an intercepted pass on the visitors' one-yard line but the jeffs took Sherer's end zone punt and drove 30 yards for the final touchdown. The defensive platoon held the invaders throughout the last period. Page Ninety-four g Q TUFTS 33 - AMHERST I4 The jeffs' four game winning streak was ended by a strong jumbo eleven at Tufts Oval. Definitely having a bad day, Am- herst was powerless as their hosts scored in every period with a relentless single-wing attack. ,lim Roush was again the ,leff standout as he picked up 132 yards on the ground. TRINITY 2I - AMHERST 6 A highly favored Trinity team had to fight through three scoreless periods before defeating the Amherst gridders in an action-packed final quarter. For 45 minutes the Sabrina de- fensive platoon held the famed Trinity machine in check while the offensive squad came close to drawing first blood in the second quarter. The last frame, however, saw the Hilltopper backs strike three times for as many touchdowns while the ,leffs tallied once. WILLIAMS I9 - AMHERST I3 The jeff squad journeyed to Willianlstoxsin only to lose the Little Three Championship by the margin of a single touch- down. The Ephmen took charge early in the first quarter and scored in seven minutes. The jeffs' first big drive soon after the second kickoff ended when the ball popped out of Roush's hands in a drive off-tackle. Wfilliams' DeLisser caught it in the air and went -I7 yards for a touchdown. This put the visitors behind, 13-O, at the end of the half. A revitalized Amherst team took the field for the second half and began to move. Bobby Minn demonstrated some fancy stepping in racing the kickoff back. A 70-yard march, high- lighted by a long Roush-to-Scholtz pass, ended with Chet Nai- man crossing the Willianis' goal line from the five. jordan's extra point try missed. Both teams handled the ball after the kickoff before Amherst began to move again, this time from the Vifilliams 40. This drive was stopped short when Kulsar intercepted a Sabrina pass and ran it back 56 yards. Two plays later DeLisser connected with Kulsar in the end zone. The jeffs' final tally came on a pass from Roush to McGrath within three minutes of the final whistle.

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