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KATE D. S. KENDALL
WILLIAM R. HOTIN
Mr. Hotin, whose yearly projects will be a long-remembered challenge
to all his students, has the arduous task of teaching the complexities
of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. His consistent efforts to make
scientists of us are appreciated by his braver classes, as are the high
standards he sets for us. He is advisor to the Senior High Science Club,
which he founded, and to Science Fairs, which he initiated. He has
developed his interest in applied as well as pure science by coaching
the Varsity Basketball team.
There are two outstanding factors in a "Kendall Classroom": the red
outmarks the blue, and the knowledge gained outweighs the grades.
Mrs. Kendall teaches English to Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and
Seniors, with great zest and love for the subject as well as for the stu-
dents. She is advisor to the Yearbook, in charge of speech and dra-
matics, chairman of the Senior High Prize Speaking, and advisor to
the Freshman Class.
ROBERT PETER LaFLAMME
Mr. LaFlamme, who speaks softly but never relaxes his vigor, teaches
Shop II, Shop III, Shop IV, and our new course, Mechanical Drawing.
He is very much impressed by the friendliness and cooperation which
he has found among both teachers and students at Conant. For the
future, he has high aims for the Industrial Arts program, and he has
set up a club called the Industrial Arts Association, the first of its kind
in New England. He hopes to add courses in sheet metal, electricity,
power mechanics, graphic arts and welding, thus achieving balance
BASIL B. MacLEOD
As Guidance Officer, Mr. MacLeod is a great help to both students
and teachers. With amiable perseverance, he has helped many of us
choose both subjects and vocations that we will be wise to follow. It
is generally agreed that he has what is called a "fabulous personality,"
this his favorite expression is "Okay," that he has more tests, and more
ways to give them, than any three other people, and that he never
gives us up, no matter how hopeless we seem.”