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+ W L , l - r l 4 3 5 1 3 3, ii I 1 T f ? Q 'fg' WIN! L- x , Q I IS ERSC, S cw ul gf 0 GJ fl f'HBuRf0'?f SSSRJ1 JLSHXIFHHGE ANNUAL PUBLICATION our THE SENIOR CLASS UNH Fmamwmmmb T 0 ebromele the ezelzievemezzif of the year, to eateb ez porfzbn of the Jflflf of our eollege yeezrf, and to foffer memorief 131 yeezrf I0 mme, tfzzj' volume Ili' prefenieel CGQJNTENTS Dedimizbn Viefwy Fcwufljf Cfazsyey Sodeiiey A'!Z2lefZ55 FKHIMVKJ , To Our Parents May we prove worthy of the precious heritage of virtue and character they have given ns. May their zealous in- terest in our success, acconipaniect hy inclefatigahle toil and sacriyice, he not in vain. May we pro ve worthy in pass- ing on sz-ich a rich heritage as is ours. May this ifolzinie he hnt a ineager ex- pression of our appreciation. H CLINTON E. CARPENTER, ED.M. Director of T7'fLZ'1'L?:?Zg Schools BOSTON UNIVERSITY, '28 To a stclzmcll solvoolmcm, ll truly great class synonsofr, we, the class of '36, say, "Thank you and au Woolf." Your job was well clone. , i ZW, Y M I 5 PN V 4 .V 4 7 5 ," 1l'7L.,s- . x- V- Q, , -. 1 ix wir' 1 ' 1. , THE SAXIFRAGE BOARD A , A D DANIEL R. DONAHUE, l Editor-in-Chief Q A. GILBERT BELESON, TAV Business Manager .V CLIFFORD W. HAGUE, ,:QQ- Q Advisor E'd1't0r1'cLl Elizabeth Power Kathleen Grise Rose Sullivan Art Walter Bohrnan Alice Lee Till' Daniel R. Donahue THE SAXIFRAGE STAFF Ol'QCIfI?'1'2ffl,tfZ-07ZS Write-1,:y9S Robert Ardjni Gerald Langevin Alfred NeJame Pellef O'T001e PfL07f70.Q'l'CLj?lb','C Phyllis Fall A. Gilbert Beleson Ad1fc2'tis1'2zg and Finance Arthur Oulton Angelo Barresi Anita Leighton Jeanette Gwynne Mary Collins Athletics Edna M-9CkeY Catherine Disken Marshall Knowlton Charles Andrews 3 I f 1 if 'Wd . vf ,Q iff VHEWS EDGERLY BUILDING ADMINISTRATION BUILDING if ",Z" 1f - .- ' L- - 'vii' .I PALMER HALL MILLER HALL ...hw wi 11 6 HASTINGS CONSERVATORY MMU 1 II PRACTICAL ARTS BUILDING X ' J U X- Dfw X - I ! 6 f f Q., -fx , QX FACULTY HHH DR. CHARLES M. HERLIHY Pfresident A.B., Boston College, 1912 A.M., Boston College, 1914 LL.D., Boston College, 1934 Every higher institution of learning looks to its heacl for leaclership. Wfe, the stua'ent hotly of the Fitchhurg State Teachers College, are fortunate to have a presiclent who exeniplifies the icleal of ea'u- cational leaclership. An unclergracluate ana' graelzi- ate hackgrouna' in the arts, augnientecl hy experi- ence as a gracle teacher, a city school systern executive, a State Department Director accounts for the facility ancl resolve with which he carries out his ojjlice. The strength and groufth of the Col- lege in recent years is clue in no sniall nieasure to the ahility ancl resourcefulness o f our clistinguisheal presiclent - Dr. Charles M. Herlihy. 'HM ll JOHN L. RANDALL, M.S. Dean of Academic Men University of New Hampshire, '06 GERTRUDE E. BRADT, M.A Dean of Women Columbia University, '26 WILLIS B. ANTHONY, B.S.E Dean of Pro,cz'z'cal Arts Men Massachusetts School of Art CHARLES E. AKELEY Captain, U. S. Army Woodfinishing JOSEPHINE A. BOLGER Sargent School, '24 Physical Education RACHEL S. BRUCE, B.S. Columbia University, '32 Training School fEdgerlyJ EDWIN R. CLARK, M.A. University of Illinois, '23 Principal Junior High School RALPH H. COLSON, B.S.E. Boston University, '35 Physical Education FLORENCE D. CONLON, B.S.E. Boston University, '35 Art GERTRUDE M. CUNNINGHAM, B.S.E Boston University, '27 Training School Uunior Highb MIRIAM ELDRIDGE, B.S.E. Boston University, '35 Music l . 3 ., I, ' 'W 5 X, f ,1 Q, ,, 1 ,, Q, A A 1, ' it 4 . l 1 Q f ' f.,'f,f.3m,f H , . .Q . ,f Qyxw ,LQ - . , 6 JSF' lgxyl - fl 1 l,f,.iffq 'f M y if wwf: " ' , Q ' 'i 221. ' 1 in "" A . e E? fafz.. .RN I " - 'S-iv -:' f:f 4A,'5f1'f. 'f xe1.11Qf.?e! VY :S":?r5 , if 'T ' "'-,pg fi il. .,., ., f71:f,..wi'.,,,,,:.. Eigh torn GERTRUDE L. FISKE, M.A. Columbia University, '30 Training School Uunior Highy MARIE M. GEARAN, B.S.E. Fitchburg Teachers College, '35 Principal, Dillon School LINA L. GRAMMONT Fitchburg Teachers College, '24 Training School Uunior Highj CLIFFORD W. HAGUE, B.A. Lawrence College, '17 Printing CHARLES G. HAPGOOD, B.S.E.- Boston University, '31 Training School iJunior Highl ARTHUR C. HARRINGTON, M.A Boston University, '11 Social Sciences CORA M. HASSELL Hyannis Teachers College, '09 Librarian HENRY P. HEALY, Ed.M. Boston University, '35 Training School fJunior Highj ELMA M. JOHNSON, Adj.A. Harvard, '34 Training School 1Edgerlyj VIRGINIA C. JOYCE, B.S.E. Boston University, '34 Penrnanship EDWARD T. KNOWLES, M.A. Harvard, Tufts, '34 Training School Uunior Highj SARAH E. LAMPREY, B.S. Columbia University, '31 Art LAWRENCE E. LANDALL Bradley Tech Woodworking KATHERINE M. MQCARTHY Fitchburg Teachers College, '04 English KATHERINE F. MCCONNELL North Adams Training School, '89 Training School fDillonJ MARY A. MCCONNELL, B.S.E. Boston University, '33 English N inetccn Twrnfy M. CHARLOTTE MAHONEY, B.S.E Hyannis Teachers College, '34 Training School lDillonJ C. BLAIR MacLEAN, B.S. Stout Institute, '31 Mechanical Drawing and Guidance BELLE M. NIXON, M.A. Columbia University, '24 English HARRY F. PERCIVAL, Ed.D. Harvard University, '33 Psychology ANNA E. SIMMONS, M.A. Clark University, '35 Training School CJunior Highj ARTHUR E. PURINTON Bradley Tech Metalworking IRENE L. SMITH Worcester Teachers College, '13 Training School fEdgerlyJ PRESTON SMITH Bridgewater Teachers College, '88 Science Y lc.: 1, as-.-EV" DOROTHY STAFFORD, B.S.E. Boston University, '32 Physical Education MARION L. WEBSTER, M.A. Columbia University, '08 Geography RALPH F. WESTON, M.A. University of New Hampshire, '29 Mathematics, Economics LOUISE WINGATE, B.S.E. Boston University, '24 Principal Edgerly School i ELIZABETH QUATTLANDER, Ed.M. Boston University, '35 Training School CEdgerlyJ FACULTY GROUP ATTENDING THE CLASS OF 1937 .JUNIOR PROM Administrative Staff MAUD A. GOODFELLOW Fitchburg Teachers College, '97 Registrar HELEN M. O'HORO Fitchburg Teachers College, '20 Secretary to the President RAUHA WAYRYNEN Fitchburg Teachers College Junior Clerk MARY BARNICLE Burbank Hospital Corey Hill Hospital Resident Nurse MAE WORTHINGTON, M.A. Columbia University Dietician fn- 295'-. Yr . , W!!-1, 39.352 xwfl'r..s A Qnggef X' G 55:3-:R t f M ,Q fa Rav I x 7 I " X pig "Eff-'i i - figs!! 'ciaiilii '- , i nl .4 ' , - I . i I .,. 7uigQx,tl 2 , +V, X ' ,-4' 45 ' . ' A ilfeg l - 1 1 auf 7 1"13,.,,x A -I , t -W ,lay li sa L ' 'El Y '23 X- riirf. , aa. - ,, ,. 'f gi-wwf-F '-5:51 H -:. :.4'r3,f. Qiejes 3 swf rzjg-7x73 2-i , Mui. .ffiffmtif T ...22-. -' 'jenn '..f.! fL1'5s,.., " ' ,W if f ' 4 ", '- i:n,5.v .rAxirrwfr:" TNC Jufool. now IL 1 v1"7. -. T , J, 3, . . . jfff, 'FD .ip CLASSES GORDON S. HILL P'l'CS2'fIC'I27f JEANETTE M. GWYNNE VMC-P7'G8I'fZCl2f Smiwirnconm , " ' V1 M TCHB LESS WILLIAM M. MCAULAY Treasurcv' PHYLLIS B. FALL Secretary Z History of i936 The class of '36 has distinguished itself by consistently initiating and advocating measures which resulted in greater freedom for and better cooperation among students, and clearer understanding between students and faculty. Under Mr. Carpenter's wise guidance and under the capable leadership of our ofiicers we have made significant progress. We have been aware, for a long time, of the need for a publication which would give students a medium for self-expression. The senior class took the initiative, assumed a large share of the responsibility, and, in conjunction with the faculty and students, launched "THE HICKORY STICK". Everett McCue as Editor-in-Chief is, in a large measure, responsible for laying the foundations and assembling an almost technically perfect, promising college publication. Perhaps the most significant and far reaching measure which the senior class has helped to promote is student cooperation in assembly planning. Not only the officers but individual seniors have worked unstintingly to put this plan in working order. As yet, all of our activities are in the nature of experiments but we feel sure that we are working in the right direction. Whenour school became a college, we realized that there were certain traditions which would have to be surplanted by new ones. In keeping with this idea, we abolished the plan of each class choosing a different ring, and selected a rich looking setting which from this year on, will be the standard ring of Fitchburg Teachers College. We feel that, in doing this, we add to the meaning of the ring. In athletics, we have worked to bring our sports to a college level. Even though, as in the case of hockey, our ambition sometimes exceeds our ability, we are definitely on the up grade. The worth of the class of '36, we trust, will not be judged by those things which will cease to function when we leave, but rather by those attitudes and Outlooks fostered by us which we hope will infiuence future classes and help them to live fuller lives. Flllllilitlhii Ex-Men and Ex-Women of l936 GEORGE ANDERSON ADA JOHNSON 19 Ideal Road, Worcester, Mass. JOHN MQWHINNEY HELVIA BLOMSTEDT 52 Arlington Street, Fitchburg, Mass. South Road, Townsend, Mass. HELEN MURPHY MARJORIE BROOKS 38 O'Neil Street, Hudson, Mass. 19 School Street, Orange, Mass. CLARA O'TOOLE WARREN BUCK 22 Franklin Street, Clinton, Mass. Main Street, Fisherville, Mass. WEIKKO PASANEN HEL-EN CIESLAK 481 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 64 Middle Street, Fitchburg, Mass. ANNETTE PIKE ANN CONNOR 606 Westminster Hill Road, Fitchburg 41 Howard Street, Holyoke, Mass. :RJOHN IQOBERTSON HATTIE CONRAD M 21 Oliver Street, Worcester, Mass. 125 Boutelle Street, Fitchburg, ass. I y ,LLIVAN MARGUERITE COULTER AL lfiigelow Street Fall River, Mass. 33 Plain Street, Fitchburg, Mass. ' HENRY CROSBY ASHTON TENNY 88 Water Street, Greenfield, Mass. 37 Elm Street' Gardner, Mass' EILEEN GALIVAN INDA WINSLOW 55 King Street, Worcester, Mass. 22 N3ShU-91 Street, Ayer, M2155- VICTORIA GRALA DONALD WOOD Boxboro, Mass. 125 Chapman Street, Greenfield, Mass TARM0 HANNULA JOHN YASAITIS 27 Pelley Ulfeet, Gafdllelk Mass- 459 Water Street, Fitchburg, Mass. RUTH HEMMINGS '7 School Street, Winchendon, Mass. liDL'CL'aSf11 NfM'mbf'1'13- 1933 Song of I 936 Lyric by Jeanette Gwynne Music by Kemzeflz Bozeexz We've gathered here, O Classmates, To sing our Senior song, To raise the standards of our Class That it may live for long. May courage, truth, and honor Forever be our aimg As we press onward toward the goal, Let's always play the game. CHORUS All hail to our Alma Mater, The home of F. T. C, Which stands a guiding beacon, A cherished memory. Our colors green and silver We always will uphold, And mount them where they may be seen, They never will grow old. Let thirty-six press onward With tread that's firm and sure, And know that glory of success To win, we must endure. With stalwart hearts and willing We'll gladly do our part To help our fellow-friends along, And loyalty impart. SllHlFHtlil3il hands Trrentf 1 4, CHARLES A. ANDREWS 19,1 Canterbury Street Worcester, Mass. Worcester Trade School Practical Arts Education Mohawk Club '33, '34, '35, '36 iVice-Presidentjg Dramatic Club '36, M. A. A. Board '35, '36 tPresidentJ, SAXIFRAGE Stall' '36, Soccer '31, '35, Baseball '35, '36 fCoachJ, Basketball '33, '34 '35, '36 CCaptainJ I l"Hlll-rfyllll UH IQ ll J' , 1' fa' 9 1, 4, - h 1 , FITUHBUHG ROBERT .l. ARDINI 1076 Saratoga Street East Boston, Mass. Mechanic Arts High, Boston Practical Arts Education Mohawk Club '34, '35, '36, M. S. A. Council '34, '35, Manager, Soccer '34, SAXIFRAGE Staff '36, Typographical Society '35, '36, Epsilon Pi Tau '35, '36 tSec- retaryj ANGELO F. BARRESI 30 Forest Hill Avenue Lynn, Mass. Lynn English High Practical Arts Education Mohawk Club '33, '34 fTreas- ureri, '35, '36, Dramatic Club '34, '35, '36, M. S. A. Council '34, '35, '36, Manager Basketball '36, Typographical Society '35 '36 CPresidentJ, Baseball '33, '34, SAXIFRAGE Staf '36 X FITCHBURG ST SHHIFIQHGE ABRAHAM G. BELESON 33 Houghton Street Worcester, Mass. Classical High, Worcester Practical Arts Education Debating Club '33, Epsilon Pi Tau '35, '36 CVice-Presidentjg M. S. A. Council '33, '34, '35, Manager Hockey '36, Gaveleer Society '35, '36 fTreasurerJg M. A. A. Board '36, Typograph- ical Society '35 fTreasurerJ '36, Intra-murals '33, '34, '35, '36, SAXIFRAGE '36 fBusiness Managerj VVALTER E. BUHMANN 256 Grafton Street Worcester, Mass. Commerce High, Worcester Elementary Education Art Club '35, '36 fTreasurerJ, Men's Glee Club '33, Mohawk Club '36, SAXIFRAGE Staff '36, HICKORY STICK '36 ERNEST C. BOND 31 Wilmarth Road Randolph, Mass. Boston Trade School Practical Arts Education Gaveleer Society '3G' Men's Glcc . 7 Club '33, '34, '35, '36, Orchestra '33, '34, '35, '36, Band '35, '36 iConfluctorJ, M. A. A. Board '34, '35, Soccer '32, '33, '34, '35, Baseball Manager '35 Z 'WI 36 TEACHERS CQLLECE S x . Q ,N . - Qs- . A ,! N Jig ' aim, A gdfi Q LX Y, ,. 3- vamwl mn- ,ff Wavgf,i KENNETH E. BOWEN 146 Nichols Street Gardner, Mass. Gardner High School Junior High Education CEng'lish-Geographyl Dramatic Club '34, '35, '36, M. S. A. Council '33, Delegate, New York Conference '36, Debating Society '33 1Vice-Presidentb, Gaveleer Society '33, '34 CSec- retaryj, '35, '36, Men's Glee Club '33, M. A. A. Board '34, '35 iSecretaryJ, Class Song, Music ll Viy 'W QQ Y. PITUHBUHG CARMEN T. BUONO 314 Elm Street Townsend, Mass. Townsend High School Junior High Education CEnglish-Mathematicsj Dramatic Society '33, '34, '35, '36, Mohawk Club '35, '36, Men's Glee Club '33, '34, '35, '36, Orchestra '33, '34, '35, '36 lPres- identj, Band '35, '36, Baseball '33, '34, Basketball '33, '34 MARGARET M. CARPENTIER 11 Appleton Circle Fitchburg, Mass. St. Bernard's High, Fitchburg Elementary Education Women's Glee Club '33, '34, Women's Sports '33, '34, '35, '36 iQ IW" FITCHBURGSTATE W SHFHPHHGE MARY L. COLLINS 912 Robeson Street Fall River, Mass. B. M. C. Durfee High, Fall River Elementary Education Art Club '34, '35, '36 tVice- Presidentj, Dramatic Club '36, Wornen's Glee Club '33, SAXI- FRAGE Staff '36, Geography Club '33, '34, Women's Sports '34, '35, '36 VIRGINIA COSSABOOM 5 Dodge Avenue Worcester, Mass. Lancaster High School Elementary Education Women's Glee Club '33, '34, '35, '36, VVomen's Sports '34, '35, '36 6 Z K Z MARY E. CRONIN 183 Summer Street Worcester, Mass. North High, Worcester Elementary Education Women's Glee Club '33, '34, '36, Art Club '34, '35, 36 Women's Sports '33, '34, '35, Orchestra '33, '34, '35, '36 Tl ff 1 'ml as TEACHERSCOLLEGE '9- If -H WR ,Q . CATHERINE F. DISKEN 19 Cottage Street West Concord, Mass. Concord High School Junior High Education CEnglish-Historyj Women's Sports '33, '34, '35, '36 fCaptainJ, SAXIFRAGE Stafl '36, HICKORY STICK '36, Wornen's Glee Club '33 lllilfy-111-0 FITCHBUHG WINIFRED C. DODGE 200 Pauline Street Winthrop, Mass. Winthrop High School Elementary Education Art Club '33, '34, '35, '36, W. A. A. Conference '34 CEXecutive- Secretaryj, HICKORY STICK '36, WOm6H7S Glee Club '33, '34, '35, '36, Orchestra '33, '34, '35, '36, Women's Sports '33, '34, T '35, '36 DANIEL R. DONAHUE 41 Dover Street Worcester, Mass. North High, Worcester Junior High Education CHistory-Sciencej Debating Society '34, Dramatic Club '34, '35, '36,M. A. A. Board '35 fTreasurerJ, Intra-murals '33, '34, '35, '36, Baseball '34, Chairman, Sophomore Hop '34, Gaveleer Society '34, '35, '36, Editor-in-chief, SAXIFRAGE '30 S Q wg HW' FITCHBURG STATE , . H Na ,sd 5 A .s ,va , mf: " A mmf if SHHIPRHGE MARY B. DUFORT 53 Third Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Elementary Education Women's Glee Club '33, Day Girls' Association '34 CTreas- urerlg W. A. A. '34 fVice-Presi- dentjg Women's Sports '33, '34 ESTHER M. EVANS Holden Road Shirley, Mass. Fitchburg High School Junior High Education Cltlathematics-Sciencej Women's Sports '33, '34, '35, '36 NV. A. A. '36 iTreasurerJ -ea ' 1-ul' DOROTHY F. FALCON 18 King' Street Orange, Mass. Orange High School Junior High Education CEnglish-Historyj Dramatic Club '34, '35 fSecre- taryjg Women's Glee Club '33, '34 QVice-Presidentj, '35, '36 tPresidentJg SAXIFRAGE Staff '36g Geography Club '33, Dor- mitory Girls' Association '34 fTreasurerJ, '36 fSecretarylg Women's Sports '33, '34, '35, '36, HICKORY STICK, Associ- ate Editor '36 ,Z 'flag 135 TEAC HERS COLLEGE PHYLLIS B. FALL L1 Boyd Street Newton, Mass. Watertown High School Elementary Education Art Club '33, '34, '35 fSecre- taryj, '36, Dramatic Society '34, '35, '36 fxfice-Presidentjg SAX- IFRAGE Staff' '36, Women's Glee Club '33, Women's Sports '33, '34, '35, '36, Class Secretary '33, '34, '35, '36 111 l'tu-foul' ,r'jf , e l as ll' M' 3 W 'Q-.A W' .. FITUHBUH FREDERICK E. FOLEY 17 Freeland Street Worcester, Mass. South High School, Worcester Elementary Education Dramatic Club '35, M. S. A. Council '33, '34, Intra-murals '33, '34, '35, '36 GEORGE H. GARDNER, Jr. 171 Dewey Street VVorcester, Mass. South High School, Worcester Elementary Education Mohawk Club '33, '34, '35, '36, Men's Glee Club '33, '34, '35, '36, M. S. A. Council '35, '36, Intra- murals '33, Orchestra '33 Q IQ ll' FITCHBURGSTATE SHHPFRHGE KATHLEEN A. GRISE 280 Springfield Street Chicopee, Mass. Holy Name High Junior High Education CEnglish-HistoryJ Dramatic Club '35, 36, Women's Sports '33, '34, '35, '36, Art Club '36, SAXIFRAGE Staff '36 JEANETTE M. GWYNNE 106 Farnham Street Lawrence, Mass. Fitchburg High School Elementary Education Women's Glee Club '33, '34, '35, Orchestra '33, '34, '35, Delegate to New York Conference '35, Women's Sports '33, '34, '35, '36, Vice-President Class '33, '34, '35, '36, SAXIFRAGE Staff '36, Class Song, Writer 2 .dggxumvo AARNE L. HAKALA 5 Milton Street Worcester, Mass. North High, Worcester Junior High Education CMathematics-Scienceb Gaveleer Society '34, '35, '36 Men's Glee Club '34, '35, Soccei '32, Basketball '36, Track '36 lntra-murals '33, '34, '35, '36 Z TEACHERS COLLEGE mi J 4 A 5 Il' ' A 'nfl rv 13' Y X' 3 3 f-11 A ga: 63 i bw '37 MARY E. HALEY 4 Winslow Road Winchester, Mass. Winchester High School Elementary Education Dramatic Club '3Gg Art Club '35, '36, Women's Glee Club '33g Women's Sports '33, '34, '35g '36g Dormitory Girls' Associa- tion '35 iVice-Presiclentj, '36 C President 3 PITCHGUHG LUCILL-E E. HARRINGTON Bixby Hill West Groton, Mass. Groton High School Junior High Education CScience-Mathematicsj Dormitory Girls' Association '36 tTreasurerJg Women's Sports '33, '34, '35 fCaptainj, '36g Women's Glee Club '33 ALFRED W. HARRIS Leverett Street Amherst, Mass. Amherst High School Practical Arts Education Men's Glee Club '33, '34, '35 Typographical Society '35, '36 Intra-murals '33 it W ml s FITCHBUR G STATE SHHIPHHGE DOROTHY E. HARRIS Leominster Road Shirley, Mass. Fitchburg High School Elementary Education W. A. A. Board '36, Worn Sports '33, '34, '35, '36 6 FELIX A. HEINS 426 Kimball Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Junior High Education CEnglish-Mathematicsj Debating Society '36, Dramatic Club '36, Geography Club '33, '34g Men's Glee Club '33, '34, '35 CSecretaryJ, '36, Soccer '34, '35, Intra-murals '33, '34, '35, '36 GORDON S. HILL 16 Pond Street Methuen, Mass. Methuen High Practical Arts Education Gaveleer Society '33, '34, '35 '36, Men's Glee Club '33, '34, '35 Epsilon Pi Tau '35, '36 t'Treas urerbg M. A. A. Board '35 tVice- Presidentlg Class President '33 '34, '35, '36 T11 ir? 11-1:1 1 2 X "WI 36 lEACHERS COLLEGE Il 'fu-vu MARY E. HILL Main Street West Groton, Mass. Groton High Junior High Education QEnglisl1-Historyl Women's Sports '33, '34, '35, '36g Women's Glee Club '33, '34 XM FITCHBUHG EDWIN H. HOLT, Jr. 141 Laurel Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High Elementary Education Orchestra '33, '34, '35, '36, Men's Glee Club '35, '36 LEO HUULE 388 Grafton Street Worcester, Mass. Commerce High, Worcester Elementary Education Intra-murals '33, '34, '35, '36 IQ lllll FITCHB URGSTATE l SHFHPRHGE WILLIAM M. JOHNSON 80 Madison Street Chicopee Falls, Mass. Chicopee High School Elementary Education Mohawk Club '36g Men's Glee Club '33, '34, M. S. A. Council '35, '36, Tennis '33, '34, '35, '36 1CoachJg Intra-murals '33, '34, '35, '36 MARSHALL E. KNOWLTON Estabrook Avenue Grafton, Mass. Grafton High School Practical Arts Education Mohawk Club '34, '35, '36, M. A. A. Board '35, '36, Men's Glee Club '33, M. S. A. '36 CPresi- dentjg SAXIFRAGE Staff '36, Men's Dormitory Association '36 CPresidentlg Manager, Tennis, '36, Hockey '34, '35, '36, Bas- ketball '33g Delegate to New York Conference '36, Intra- murals '33, '34, '35, '36 OLAVI M. LAHTINEN 58 Goddard Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Practical Arts Education Gaveleer Society '33, '34, '35 '36, Men's Glee Club '33, '34 '35, '36 tPresidentJg Epsilon P1 Tau '36, M. A. A. Board '34, '35 '36, Soccer '35, Basketball '33 '34, '35 fCaptainJ, '36 CCoachJ Track '36, intra-rnurals '33, '34 '35, '36 um 135 TEACHERS COLLEGE 'sfgiwg GERALD R. LANGEVIN 25 Preston Street Worcester, Mass. Commerce High, Worcester Elementary Education Men's Glee Club '33, '34, '35, '36, Orchestra '33, '34, '35, '36, Vxfriters' Club '35, SAXIFRAGE Staff '36, HICKORY STICK '36, Track '36 tCoacl15g Intra-murals '33, '34, '35 I IWTCHBUHU BESSIE LANZA 96 Mechanic Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Elementary Education Art Club '33, W0men's Glee Cllub '33, '34, Women's Sports '33, '34, '35, '36 THOMAS J. LAWLESS 125 Plantation Street Worcester, Mass. Commerce High, Worcester Elementary Education Intra-murals '33, '34, '35, '36 IQ lm FITCHBURG T-Fi, SHHIPRHGE ALICE T. LEE Barretts Mill Road West Concord, Mass. Concord High School Elementary Education Art Club '33, '34, '35, Wornen's Glee Club '33, '34, Geography Club '33, Day Girls' Asso- ciation '33, '34 tTreasurerJg W. A. A. Conference Delegate '34, Orchestra '36, Class Marshal '34, SAXIFRAGE Staff '36, Women's Sports '33, '34, '35, '36 ANITA M. LEIGHTON 286 Pleasant Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Elementary Education Art Club '33, '34, Women's Glee Club '33, W. A. A. '36 tPresi- dentbg Nature Club '34, '35, SAXIFRAGE Stall' '36, W. A. A. Conference Delegate '35, Women's Sports '33, '34, '35 CCaptainJ, '36 RAY J. LUND 105 Washington Street Gardner, Mass. Gardner High School .lunior High Education Uvlathematics-Sciencej Debating' Society '33, '34 fPresi- dentb, '35, '36, Mohawk Club '34, '35, '36 CTreasurerJg Men's Glee Club '33, '34, '35, '36, HICKORY STICK '36 iBusiness Managerjg Soccer '35, Intra- murals '33, '34, '35 Forty- 1 I C fi ll it TEACHERS COLLEGE I 'ffl-f Q. J' R. u EDNA M. MACKEY R. I". D. Box 116 Westminster, Mass. Fitchburg High School Junior High Education CEnglish-Mathematicsj Debating Society '33, Writers' Club '35, Women's Sports '33, '34, '35, '36, SAXIFRAGE Staff '36 FITUHBUHG LOUISE C. McSHEEHY 796 Pleasant Street Worcester, Mass. Classical High, Worcester Elementary Education Women's Sports '33, '35, '36, Women's Glee Club '33, '34 WILLIAM M. MCAULAY 7 Graham Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Junior High Education CHistory-Sciencej Mohawk Club '33, '34, '35, '36 Orchestra '33, '34, Class Treas: urer '36, M. S. A. Council '34 '35, '36, Intra-murals '33, '34 X HQ ml Fil R CHBU GSTATE X ll I 'Hill' SHHIPHHGE EVERETT P. MCCUE 60 Beaver Street Worcester, Mass. South High, Worcester Practical Arts Education Dramatic Club '35, '36, Mohawk Club '33, '34, '35 CSecretaryJ, '36 CPresidentJ, Men's Glee Club '33, '34, Typographical Society '35, '36, Writers' Club '35, M. S. A. Council '35, '36, HICKORY STICK, Editor-in-Chief '36, Intra-murals '33, '34, '35, '36 HERBERT J. MILLER 1 Hudson Street Worcester, Mass. Worcester Trade School Practical Arts Education Dramatic Club '36, Men's Glee Club '33, '34, Typographical Society '35, '36, Mohawk Club '34, '35, '36, M. A. A. Board '36 iSecretaryp, Basketball '34, HICKORY STICK '36, Intra- murals '33, '34, '35, '36 KENNETH A. M URDUCK 111 Maple Street Gardner, Mass. Gardner High School Junior High Education Oflathematics-Sciencej Nature Club '35, Men's Glee Club '33, '34 fLibrarianj, '35, '36 CSecretaryJ HHH f .35 ERS COLLEGE I lu-fowl 1 STANLEY A. NAUMNIK 50 Elm Street Auburn, Mass. 'Worcester' Trade School Practical Arts Education Dramatic Club '35, '36, Mohawk Club '36, Men's Glee Club '33, '34, '35, Typographical Society '36, Soccer '34, '35, Basketball '33, '34, '36, Intra-murals '33, '34, '35, '36 FITCHBUHG ALFRED B. Ne JAME 21 West Main Street North Adams, Mass. North Adams High School Junior High Education CEnglish-Historyj Art Club '33, '34, Dramatic Club '33, '34, '35 fTreasurerJ, '36 CPresidentJ, Debating Society '33, '34, Gaveleer Society '34, '35 CSecretaryJ, '36, M. A. A. Board '34, '35, SAXIFRAGE '36, Basketball '35 iManagerJ, Intra-murals '33, '34, '35, '36, Soccer '32, '33, '34, '35 MARY A. O'CONNOR 25 Almont Avenue Worcester, Mass. North High, Worcester Elementary Education Art Club '33, Women's Glee Club '33, '34 A X Q X FITCHBURGSTATE SHHIFHH BERNARD M. O'SHESKE 109 Prospect Street Ansonia, Conn. Ansonia High School Junior High Education CScience-Geographyj Geography Club '33g Men's Glee Club '33, '34, '35g Nature Club '33, '34, Intra-murals '34 GE PETER .l. O'TO0LE 429 Main Street Clinton, Mass. Clinton High School Junior High Education CEnglish-Historyj Debating Society '33, '34, '35 fPresident5, '36, Writers' Club '35 fTreasurer1g SAXIFRAGE '36 CAssociate Editorjg Geogra- phy Club '33, '34g Intra-murals '35, '36 Z Z ARTHUR B. OUIJTON 185 South Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Elementary Education Mohawk Club '33, '34, '35, '36 ketball '36, Dramatic Club '33 '35, '36g SAXIFRAGE '36 fAd- Vertising Managerjg Intra-mu- rals '35, '36 Forty 1 'll 35 TEACHERS COLLEGE 1 Men's Glee Club '33, '34g Bas- -., . ,,., '.f'i,3"" 'ii' ,V Nl HECTOR E. PATENA UDE Kingsbury District Webster, Mass. Worcester Trade School Practical Arts Education Gaveleer Society '35, '36 tVice- Presidentlg Epsilon Pi Tau '35, '36 lPresidentJg M. S. A. Coun- cil '35, '36, Trainer. Sports '35 Intra-murals '33, '34, '35, '36 W ul fel' in FITUHBUHG RAYMOND J. PEPI 169 Plantation Street Worcester, Mass. Worcester Trade School Practical Arts Education Debating Society '33, Mohawk Club '35, '36, Tennis '35, Intra- murals '33, '34, '35, 36g Base- ball '33 GEORGE A. PIMENTEL 15 Savery Avenue Plymouth, Mass. Plymouth High School Junior High Education CMathematics-Sciencej Art Club '33, '34, '35, '36 fPres- identjg Men's Glee Club '33, '34, M. S. A. Council '35g Soccer '35, Tennis '34, Intra-murals '33, '34, '35, '36 A S S X FITCHBURQ STATE l ll SHHIPHHGE ELIZABETH V. POWER 42 Washington Street Gardner, Mass. Gardner High School Elementary Education Women's Glee Club '33, '34, De- bating Society '33, '34, SAXI FRAGE '36 CAssociate Editorj Day Girls' Association '35 CVice Presidentb, '36 fPresidentJ HICKORY STICK '36 WILLIAM D. PURCELL 21 Evergreen Street Jamaica Plain, Mass. Jamaica Plain High School Junior High Education CEnglish-Geographyj Dramatic Club '35, '36, Men's Glee Club '33, Gaveleer Society '34, '35, '36 fPresidentJ, M. A. A. Board '36, M. S. A. Council '34, '35, '36, Hockey '35, '36 tCaptainJg Tennis '33, '34, '35, '36, Intra-murals '33, '34, '35, '36 ? ? ? f HOLLIS E. SARGENT 62 Cherry Street Spencer, Mass. Worcester Trade School Practical Arts Education Band '35, Dramatic Club '34, '35, '36, Typographical Society '35, M. A. A. Board '33, '34g Tennis '34 fManager5, SAXIFRAGE '36 Forty-sf' W 35 TEACHERS COLLEGE FRANCES L. SH ERBURNE 87 Cherry Street Gardner, Mass. Gardner High School Elementary Education Women's Glee Club '33, '34 1TreasurerJ, '35 I 01't11-vigil! -qw FITCHBUHG VINCENT A. SJUSTEDT 17 Hilma Street Worcester, Mass. North High, Worcester Elementary Education Intra-murals '33, '34, '35, MARTHA A. SOUTHER Pleasant Street Groton, Mass. Groton High School Elementary Education Women's Sports '33, '34, '35 '36, Won1en'S Glee Club '33 Q S S QQ WW X X FITCHBURGSTATE l SHXIPHHUE THOMAS F. SPRING 54 Pasadena Street Springfield, Mass. Technical High, Springfield Practical Arts Education Dramatic Club '34, '35, Mohawk Club '33, '34, '35, '36 QSecre- tarylg M. A. A. Board '35, '36, Soccer '33, '34, '35 fCaptainl, '36 fCoachDg Baseball '34, '35, '36, Basketball '36 HELEN E. STEEVES 82 Winter Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Elementary Education Wornen's Glee Club '33, Women's Sports '33, '34, '35, '3 '36 JOHN J. S'l'ACEVlCH 897 Westminster Hill Road Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Junior High Education CScience-Historyj Geography Club '33, Mohawk Club '35, '36, M. A. A. Board '35, '36, Soccer '34, '35, '36, Baseball, Manager '36, Intra- murals '33, '34, '35, '36 6- f Z lim 135 TEACHERS COLLEGE EDWARD P. STACH 27 Cottage Street Taunton, Mass. Taunton High School Practical Arts Education Dramatic Club '33, '34, '35, '36, Mohawk Club '33, '34, '35, '36, Typographical Society '35, '36, SAXIFRAGE '36, lntra-murals '33, '34, '35, '36g Trainer, Sports '34 i. 4 .,, ,ef A of, V .4 1 if Q25 FITUHBUHG CATHERINE B. TARBELL 38 Mt. Globe Street Fitchburg, Mass. St. Bernard's High, Fitchburg Junior High Education CHistory-Sciencej Geography Club '33, '34 fSecre- tarylg Debating Society '33, '34, Women's Sports '33, '34, '35, '36 RUSCOE E. TWOMBLY Southville, Mass. Peters High, Southboro Practical Arts Education Men's Glee Club '33, '34, '35, '36, Orchestra '36, Typographical Society '35, '36, Baseball '35, Intra-murals '35, '36 IQ Ill' 3 X FITCHBURGSTATE SHHIFRHGE R. F. D. No. 2 Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Junior High Education CSci9nce-Geographyj X I TEACHERS COLLEGE FITCHBU QRS FITUHBUHG JOICE B. WINSTANLEY -116 Newport Avenue South Attleboro, Mass. Attleboro High School Elementary Education Geography Club '33g Dramatic Club '36g Women's Glee Club '33, '34, '36g Women's Sports '33, '34, '35, ,36 RG STATE PUE- SHHIFHHGE HILDA DUKER 100 John Street Pittsfield, Mass. Pittsfield High School Elementary Education Nature Club '34, '35, Women's Sports '34, '35, '36 PEARL M. DUNCAN 34 Davis Road Belmont, Mass. Belmont High School Elementary Education Art Club '34, '35, '36, Nature Club '35 if W I -MQ' VERNA B. EASTMAN Turners Falls, Mass. Turners Falls High School Elementary Education Art Club '36, Women's Glee Club '34, '36, Women's Sports '34, '35, '36 Fi ff ff Z 1 ? 'HH as TEACHERS COLLEGE W ELIZABETH D. GIBBS 102 Mechanic Street Orange, Mass. Orange High School Elementary Education Worr1en's Glee Club '34, '35, '36, ' Women's Sports '34, '35 KAINO M. JALAVA State Road Ashby, Mass. Ashby High School Elementary Education Women's Glee Club '34, '35, '36g Women's Sports '34, '35 MILDRED R. KILCOYNE 289 Main Street Clinton, Mass. Clinton High School Elementary Education Debating Society '36g Women's Glee Club '34, '35g Women's Sports '34, '35, '36 X NQH Q FITCHBURQ STATE SHHVPHHGE ROSANNA LaCRUIX Litchfield Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Elementary Education Wornen's Sports '34, '35, '36 CCaptainJg Women's Glee Club '36 MARION E. LEDGARD 31 Parker Street Maynard, Mass. Maynard High School Elementary Education Debating Society '36g Women's Glee Club '34, '35, '36g Women's Sports '34, '35, '36 a I SARA J. McNALLY 91 Pleasant Street Clinton, Mass. Clinton High School Elementary Education Debating Society '36g Women's Glee Club '34, '35, '36g Women's Sports '34, '35 l Fifi: I 2 X 'll 36 TEACHERS COLLEGE .wg 5 -N , ,J a 'f"llH:i ' 1 A - - IRENE L. PELLAND 21 Pleasant Street South Hadley Falls, Mass. South Hadley High School Elementary Education Women's Glee Club '34, '35 api dill' --QP PITCHGUH ELLEN K. PERNAA Ashby, Mass. Ashby High School Elementary Education Women's Glee Club '34, '35, '3 Women's Sports '34, ,35, '36 MOLLIE E. STRATTON 57 Main Street Millers Falls, Mass. Turners Falls High School Elementary Education , will Sk FITCHBURGSTATE W DORIS A. UPTON 30 Fairmount Avenue East Weymouth, Mass Clinton High School Elementary Education Art Club '34, '35, '36, Womens ROSE T. SULLIVAN 18 Maple Street Clinton, Mass. Clinton High School Elementary Education Debating Society '36, Women's Glee Club '34, '35, Wornen's Sports '34, '35, '36, SAXI- FRAGE fAssociate Editory '36 Glee Club '34, '35, Womens Sports '34, '35 P111 1 'll' 35 S LLEGE TEACHER CO JOSEPH E. RUSH .P7'8S'fd6'lZf ETHEL CRITCHLEY Vice-Presifle 1 Lt Qumuwa S X FITCHBURG STATE 5 x ELEANOR R. FUNAIOLE EZEASS JOHN L. LAVELLE Treasurer Secretary Q4 H' 36 7 ? f f X TEACHERS COLLEGE History of I937 When we lirst arrived on campus in '33 we were proclaimed verdant. When we began to break down traditions we at least began to be talked about. About the middle of the Sophomore year, individuals began to be noticed: Bernhard Roth as a promising actor, the "alka-seltzer-like" member of the class, as a fancy stepper and wielder of tennis racket. Among the women were several who seemed to use a hockey stick quite well, showed that they had seen tennis rackets before, and, in general, were quite "good sports." Then in that all-important junior year another member of the class distinguished herself, Dolores Sullivan as "Abby" in the Dramatic Club's presentation of "The Late Christopher Bean." Mr. Roth was again admired. In this same eventful year Joe Rush surprised us all by becoming a thespian. The Junior Prom was no small success due to Barby Whitmore's artistic eye and the aid of other good juniors. And then training stalked us, but we sallied forth armed with perseverance and a few grains of intellect. Some of us have grown thing others have ceased to smiley but we are still here and count on being "well-trained" seniors in 1937. l3lllItlBllllG Dominic W. Baccaro 16 Dartmouth Street Maynard, Mass. Maynard High School Practical Arts Education Class of I937 Roster Albert Caswell 37 Pleasant Street South Natick, Mass. Waltham Trade School Practical Arts Education John H. English, Jr. 93 Providence Street Worcester, Mass. Classical High, Worcester Practical Arts Education Art Club 2, 3 Art Club 3 Dramatic Club 3 Dramatic Club 3 Tiypographical Society 2, 3, Debating Society 2, 3 Gaveleer Society 3 Secretary Mohawk Club 3 Typographical Society 2, 3 M. A. A. Board 2, 3 M. S. A. Council 3 M. S. A. Treasurer 3 Soccer Manager 3 , Sports Trainer 3 Intra-murals 1, 2, 3 Mltchell P- Fava Epsilon Pi Tau 3 Elaine cleaves 406 Water Street N Fitchburg, Mass. Deboi ah F- Biazo Ha1'Va1'd, Mass. Fitchburg High School 68 Marshall Street Bfolnlleldi High, HI11fV31'd Practical Arts Education Watgrtoyvn, Mass. Junior High Education . , Watertown High School Women's Sports 1, 2, 3 Bessie C. F1Sk Elementary Education WOTTIGYVS Glee Club l, 2 100 Ch St- t Women's Glee Club 2 Oliver J. Collard 0range?n1i-3,155,166 Art Club 3 All S Orange High School Womenis SPONS 2, 3 Noffihboileegwass Junior High Education Verna D. Buckley Northboro' High School gijjtgitiii Zi 3 285 Pearl Street Junior High Education Fitchburg, Mass. Mens Giee Ciub 1 GG01'ge W- FOPQUGS St. Bernard's High, Fitchburg igefcsebaii ll Q5 Houghton Street Elementary Education ii Tamiiira S if 2' 3 Wo,-eestery Mass. D1'am3tlC Club 1, 2, 3 Ethel Critchley North High, Worcester Womens Glee Club 1 105 Snow Street Practical Arts Education Lawrence Buttrick g'EClgE11rg,HM21ESS h 1 Ty5?cif?,2i3g32n?0Cieiy 2' if iviiisstiffiiz.. E3:,i2f,5L,ii?5f North High, Worcester Dramatic Club 3, Intra-murals, 1, 2, 3 'iiiiiioii High Education gliifreggugeg P 1 F F M- S- A' Councl 2, 3 Class vice-President 1, 2, 3 21365 Ii ,d Oyigt t ' I HICKORY STICK 3 Ti se ree Cffiif lcsncailanan Womenis Sports 1' 2' 3 ioweii' iiiaiis h 1 a ree owe ig c oo gist Alctfiqms lglasf. Eleanor Cronin Iglemientargy Education c on ig c oo ave eer ociety 3 Junior High Education 88 Prospect Street Men's Dormitory Council 3 Debating Club 1, 2, 3 ggIIl?,'Efll:ilgQgt1r4a5SiingHeld Treasurer HICKORY STICK 3 Junior High Education 33232313135 ig Donald E. Buckwold gr? Clib 1, ZN3 Y k Intra-murals 1 2 3 He dR d eegae o ew or 'i ' AS1l,7i,V,?OMaS? COMQFGUCC 3 Ellen R. Funaiole Fitchbilrg High School Womens Sports ul' 2' 3 Fitehburg Road Elementary Education DOI'Otl1j' L. Culllllim Tgwnsend, Mags, V Tu k P k Townsend High School George E' Carey' Jr' Eagtelgepgeirell, Mass- Junior. High Education 2135 Lalie Aginue Pepper-ell High Depating Society 1, 2, orces er, ass. E1 t Ed t' reasurer North High, Worcester Drii1rii1eaiitiiirCi3lubLl?a21031 Women's Glee Club 1 Elementary Education Qrchestra 1, 27 3 ' W. A. A. Board 2, 3 Art Club 3 A . Class Secretary 3 I?Ira1ma1EcCClLgb23 3 lice Dempsey Women's Sports 1, 2, 3 0 aw U , 14 M'ddl St t M. sg. A. Council 1, 2, 3 I Fitchlmurgi, Kathleen Garvey M911 S D0Tm1t01'Y C0l1HC1l 3 Q St. I3ernard's High, Fitchburg 33 Colton Street HICKORY STICK 3, Associate Junior High Education Worcester, Mass. Elfl1'C01' Women's Glee Club 1, 2 South High, Worcester llllla-murals 1, 2, 3 Women's Sports 1, 2, 3 Junior High Education Si 1110 SHHIFHHGE Margaret B. Gravel 116 West Main Street Ayer, Mass. Ayer High School Junior High Education Priscilla Griffin 179 West Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Elementary Education Marjorie Harkness 191 East Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Junior High Education Bettie M. Harris 115 North Main Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Junior High Education Women's Sports 2, 3 A. Herbert Henrickson 11 Olga Avenue Worcester, Mass. Worcester Trade School Practical Arts Education Men's Glee Club 1, 2, Treasurer, 3, Vice-President Typographical Society 2, 3 Intra-murals 1, 2, 3 Gaveleers 3 Howard L. Hirst 166 Pleasant Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Practical Arts Education Typographical-Society 2, Epsilon Pi Tau 3 M. A. A. Board 3 HICKORY STICK 3 Intra-murals 1, 2, 3 Corinne E. Johnson 29 Harrison Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Junior High Education Dramatic Club 3 3 Day Girls' Association 3, Secretary Women's Sports 2 Delegate to New York Conference 3 S1 lu-two Alan R. Kempainen 214 Rollstone Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Junior High Education Dramatic Club 1, 2 Mohawk Club 2, 3 M. S. A. Council 1 Tennis 1, 2, 3, Captain Intra-murals 1, 2, 3 Marjorie E. Knight 51 Richmond Street Gardner, Mass. Gardner High School Carl E. Matson 141 Lincoln Street Worcester, Mass. Worcester Trade School Practical Arts Education Debating Society 2, 3 Typographical Society 2, Intra-murals 1, 2, 3 Donald McCaffrey 62 Boutelle Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Practical Arts Education Dramatic Club 3 Debating Society 2, 3, Elementary Education President . Women's Glee Club 2, Treasurer ggsigtfgglffauncll 1' 2' 3 Womens Sports 1' 2 Intra-murals 1, 2, 3 George L. King Donald A. McNeil 98 Bradford Street Lawrence, Mass. Massachusetts State College Junior High Education Dramatic Club 3 HICKORY STICK 3 Intra-murals 3 Kenneth J. Ladner 98 Brookline Street Worcester, Mass. Worcester Trade School Practical Arts Course Dramatic Club 3 Debating Club 2, 3, Treasurer Mohawk C-lub 3 Men's Glee Club 1, 2 Typographical Society 2, 3 M. A. A. Board 3 M. S. A. Council 2, 3, Vice-President Intra-murals 1, 2, 3 John L. Lavelle 220 Sterling Street Clinton, Mass. Clinton High School Junior High Education Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3 Dramatic Club 1, 2 Intra-murals 1, 2, 3 Debating Society 2 Joseph F. Mahoney 10 Duxbury Road Worcester, Mass. St. John's High, Worcester Elementary Education Mohawk Club 3 Basketball 3 Intra-murals 1, 2, 3 26 Monmouth Street Springfield, Mass. Chicopee High School Practical Arts Education Mohawk Club 1, 2, 3 Men's Glee Club 1 M. A. A. Board 3 M. S. A. Council 1 Hockey 2, 3, Coach Soccer 1, 2, 3 Baseball 1, 3 Basketball 1 Gerald McDowell 150 Milk Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Elementary Education Class President 1 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Intra-murals 1, 2, 3 James H. Miller Box 153 Ashburnham, Mass. 3 Cushing Academy, Ashburnham Elementary Education Debating Society 2 Writers' Club 2 Intra-murals 2, 3 Hollis Moore 188 Palfrey Street Watertown, Mass. Watertown High School Practical Arts Education Epsilon Pi Tau 3 M. S. A. Council 1, 2, 3 Gaveleer Society 2, 3 HICKORY STICK 3 Intra-murals 1, 2, 3 Baseball 1, 2, 3 Soccer 1, 2, 3 Hockey 2, 3 PIICHBUHG Robert J. Norton Robert M. Rooney 112 Sanborn Street Fitchburg, Mass. Cushing Academy, Ashburnham ' Junior High Education Gaveleer Society 3 Hockey 2, 3 Basketball 1 Intra-murals 1, 2, 3 Pauline Papacolas 338 Main Street Clinton, Mass. Clinton High School Junior High Education Debating Society 3 Women's Glee Club 1, Women's Sports 1, 2, 3 Thelma L. Parker 44 Snow Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Elementary Education Women's Glee Club 1, Day Girls' Association Secretary Women's Sports 2 Viola Perrault 193 Logan Street Gardner, Mass. Gardner High School Elementary Education Carl Peterson 185 Washington Street Gardner, Mass. Gardner High School Junior High Education Hazel K. Ridgway 29 Church Street 2 2 West Springfield, Mass. West Springfield High Elementary Education Women's Glee Club 2 Women's Sports 1, 2 2, 118 Norfolk Street Worcester, Mass. South High, Worcester Elementary Education Mohawk Club 3 M. S. A. Council 1, 2, 3 Track 2, 3 Intra-murals 1, 2, 3 Earl C. Roseen 27 Knox Street Worcester, Mass. Worcester Trade School Practical Arts Education Gaveleer Society 3 Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Treasurer Typographical Society 3 Bernhard A. Roth 296 Beacon Street Athol, Mass. Athol High School Junior High Education Dramatic Club 2, 3, Treasurer Gaveleer Society 2, 3 M. A. A. Board 3 Writers' Club 2, President Intra-murals 1, 2, 3 Aune R. Salo 18 Florida Road Maynard, Mass. Maynard High School Junior High Education Women's Glee Club 1 Women's Sports 1, 2, 3 Dolores E. Sullivan 43 Lunenburg Street Fitchburg, Mass. St. Bernard's High, Fitchburg Junior High Education Dramatic Club 2, 3 Women's Glee Club 1, 2, President, 3 Women's Sports 1, 2, 3 Anne C. Ward 23 Linden Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Junior High Education Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 Debating Society 1, Vice-Piesi dent, 2, 3, Vice-President Women's Glee Club 1, 2 Day Girls' Association 2, Treasurer Robert Rouleau Women Sports 1' 2' 3 Gass Lane . Lancaster, Mags, Barbara Whitmore Lancaster High School Junior High Education Men's Glee Club 1, 2 Joseph E. Rush 197 Wachusett Street Boston, Mass. Massachusetts Nautical School Practical Arts Education Dramatic Club 3 Class President 2, 3 Men's Glee Club 1 M. A. A. Board 3, School Vice-President Gaveleer Society 2, 3 Soccer, 2, 3 Intra-murals 2, 3 235 South Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Junior High Education Dramatic Club 3 Orchestra 1, 2, Treasurer, Secretary W. A. A. 3,'Secretary HICKORY STICK 3 Women's Sports 2, 3 3 Simizf-H SHHIPHHGE EVERETT A. MCDONALD f'rrfsz'1lm ft DOROTHY M. DOLAN Vibe-President SQDL-Disaciomcfmmm "T L...--s U ,f , Hi? 1 : STN.. - " R FITCHBURG STATE EIZASS KALERVO KANSANNIVA Treasfu rm' RUTH E. MARCY Sevrclfargj Q ? 4 History of I938 September 13, 1934, found us on our way to the portals of this institution. As Freshmen we wandered thither and yon. Soon we became acquainted vvith the college and settled down for a year's work. Paul Goodwin was elected president, Mildred Poland, vice-president, Ruth Marcy, secretary and Kalervo Kansanniva, treasurer. In the 1935-36 election the same oflicers were re-elected with the exception of Everett McDonald's election to the presidency. September, '35, found us nearly all back with the absence of a few. McDonald and Turner were honored as co-captains of soccer. Godek, Wasink, Waring, and Minnich served the soccer squad well. During the assembly controversy the class of '38 gave its voice to certain reforms. We made a "scoop" when We introduced the illustrated song slides Which proved such a hit With the student body. Our class has made a name for itself in tvvo years. Class members' names are found in the rosters of many clubs. We are prominent in sports, extra-curricular activities, and the social life of the college. We are resolved to keep up this work and to leave a colorful history behind in 1938. Flllllllltlllll Stanley A. Anderson 205 Moreland Street Worcester, Mass. Worcester Trade School Practical Arts Education Men's Glee Club 1, 2 M. S. A. Council 2 Intra-murals 1, 2 Dorothy M. Barton Leyden, Mass. Northfield High School Elementary Education Women's Sports 1, 2 Edmund W. Biros 5 Orange Street Salem, Mass. Salem Classical High School Practical Arts Education Marion Burwick 117 Day Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Junior High Education Women's Sports 1, 2 Edward D. Busby 59 Rock Street Fairhaven, Mass. Fairhaven High School Practical Arts Education Helen M. Cassidy 54 Boylston Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Elementary Education Edwin J. Chamberlain 10 Rockport Avenue Worcester, Mass. North High, Worcester Junior High Education Tennis 1, 2 Mary L. Clark 472 VVestminster Hill Road Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Junior High Education Women's Glee Club 1, 2, Secretary Debating Society 2 Day Girls' Association 2, Treasurer Women's Sports 1, 2, Captain Class of I938 Roster Nellie R. Clark Montague, Mass. Turners Falls High School Elementary Education Emile J. Comeau 9 Cherry Street Belmont, Mass. Boston Trade School Practical Arts Education Robert A. Copeland, Jr. Park Street Townsend, Mass. Townsend High School Practical Arts Education Men's Glee Club 1, 2 Intra-murals 1, 2 Dorothy M. Coukis 49 Abbott Street Gardner, Mass. Gardner High School Elementary Education Dorothy M. Dolan 74 Congress Street Fitchburg, Mass. St. Bernard's High, Fitchburg Junior High Education Women's Glee Club 1, 2, Secretary W1 A. A. 2, Vice-President Class Vice-President 2 Lucille Dolliver 50 Prospect Street Winchendon, Mass. Thomaston High, Thomaston, Me. Elementary Education William J. Donovan 21 Longwood Avenue Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Elementary Education Art Club 1, 2 Debating Society 2 Men's Glee Club 1, 2 M. S. A. Council 1, 2 Intra-murals 1, 2 Worsley Fardy 945 Waltham Street Lexington, Mass. Lexington High School Practical Arts Education HICKORY STICK 2, Intra-murals 1, 2 Alice M. Feehan 26 Riverside Avenue West Concord, Mass. Concord High School Elementary Education Women's Sports 1, 2 Clifford Feindel 379 Lowell Street Methuen, Mass. Edward Searles High, Methuen Practical Arts Education Intra-murals 1, 2 Typographical Society 1, 2 Ruby Gage 18 Haynes Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Elementary Education Orchestra 1, 2 Mabel J. Gallery 68 Second Street Fall River, Mass. Durfee High, Fall River Junior High Education Women's Glee Club 1, 2 Women's Sports 1, 2 Amelia V. Galluci 82 Blossom Street Fitchburg, Mass. Naugatuck, Conn. High Junior High Education Women's Glee Club 1, 2 Mary E. Gargulinski Box 78 Sterling, Mass. Leominster High School Elementary Education Women's Glee Club 1, 2 Vincent J. Glennon 5 Wachusett Street Worcester, Mass. North High, Worcester Elementary Education Intra-murals 1, 2 Matthew F. Godek 321 Pearl Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Elementary Education M. S. A. Council 1, 2 Gaveleer Society 2 Hockey 1, 2 Soccer 1, 2 Baseball 1, 2 Intra-murals 1, 2 S1111 SHFHPHHGE Paul B. Goodwin 31 Warner Street Gloucester. Mass. Gloucester High School Practical Arts Education Men's Glee Club 1, 2 Gaveleer Society 2 M. S. A. Council 1, 2 Class President 1 Eleanor Goulart G Rindge Terrace Cambridge, Mass. Cambridge High and Latin School Elementary Education Women's Sports 1, 2 Dorothy Gould 1-16 Hemenway Street Boston, Mass. Orange High School Elementary Education Katherine C. Halliwell 156 West Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Elementary Education Women's Sports 1, 2 Mary Hamer 89 Cottage Street Leominster, Mass. St. Bernard's High, Fitchburg Elementary Education Women's Sports 1, 2 Mary A. Hanifan 352 Princeton Road Fitchburg, Mass. St. Bernard's High, Fitchburg Junior High Education Nature Club 1 Women's Glee Club 1, 2 W. A. A. Board 2 Women's Sports 1, 2 Bernice E. Hayford 111 Abbott Avenue Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Junior High Education Edwin S. Hedin 16 Huntington Road Shrewsbury, Mass. Beal Memorial High, Shrewsbury Practical Arts Education Orchestra 1, 2 Na In-cilflzl Mary E. Hoffman 20 Carter Place Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Elementary Education Women's Sports 1, 2 Anna C. Hyland S0 Wendell Street Cambridge, Mass. Cambridge Latin School Elementary Education Art Club 1, 2 Women's Glee Club 1, 2 John M. Jeffrey 381 Chandler Street Worcester, Mass. Worcester Trade School Practical Arts Education Basketball 1, 2 Baseball 1, 2, Captain M. S. A. Council 1, 2, Secretary Kalervo Kansanniva 6 Beacon Street Maynard, Mass. Maynard High School Junior High Education Dramatic Club 1, 2, Secretary Gaveleer Society 2 Class Treasurer 1, 2 lntra-murals 1, 2 George W. King 129 Whitmarsh Avenue Worcester, Mass. Worcester Trade School Practical Arts Education Debating Society 2 Mohawk Club 2 HICKORY STICK 2 Claude A. Lacouture 573 Millbury Street Worcester, Mass. Commerce High, Worcester Practical Arts Education Track 1, 2 Typographical Society 2 Intra-murals 1, 2 Charlotte Laird Main Street South Acton, Mass. Acton High School Elementary Education Bradley Leonard 125 Harrison Avenue Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Junior High Education Debating Society 1, 2 Writers' Club 1 Eva J. Leonard 125 Harrison Avenue Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Elementary Education Debating Society 1 Writers' Club 1 Florence A. Lovell 21 Linden Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Elementary Education Women's Sports 1, 2 Helen E. Mahoney 7 Tremont Street Stoneham, Mass. Stoneham High School Elementary Education Women's Glee Club 1, 2 Writers' Club 1 Nature Club 1 Women's Sports 1, 2 Ruth E. Marcy 40 Haynes Court Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Elementary Education Art Club 1, 2 Class Secretary 1, 2 June M. Maroni 99 Hapgood Street Athol, Mass. Athol High School Elementary Education Women's Glee Club 1, 2 Women's Sports 1, 2 Everett A. McDonald 23 Fourth Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Junior High Education Class President 2 Mohawk Club 2 M. A. A. Board 2, Treasurer Soccer 1, 2, C0-Captain Intra-murals 1, 2 Plllltllillllll Charles H. Minnich 157 Cedar Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Junior High Education M. S. A. Council 1, 2 Nature Club 1, 2 Soccer 1, 2 Intra-murals 1, 2 M. Arline Mologhan 274 South Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Elementary Education Women's Sports 1, 2 Frances M. Moriarty 39 Henry Street Fitchburg, Mass. St. Bernard's High, Fitchburg Junior High Education Orchestra 1, 2 Glee Club 1, 2 Debating Society 2 Ruth Moore Park Street Pepperell, Mass. Iowa State University Elementary Education Leonard R. Nisula 16 Nichols Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Elementary Education Debating Society 1, 2 Men's Glee Club 1, 2 Writers' Club 1 Nature Club 1, 2 HICKORY STICK 2 Andrew P. Owens 15 Waterman Street Worcester, Mass. South High, Worcester Practical Arts Education Adah Parker 125 Pacific Street Fitchburg, Mass. North High, Worcester Junior High Education Women's Sports 2 Helen Paul 234 Oak Street Clinton, Mass. Clinton High School Junior High Education Women's Glee Club 1, 2 HICKORY STICK 2 Irma Person Wachusett Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Elementary Education Women's Sports 1, 2 Francis Rudenauer 75 Grove Street Belmont, Mass. Boston Trade School Practical Arts Education Leonard J. Savignano 15 Hale Street Newton Center, Mass. Newton High School Elementary Education M. A. A. Board 2 Hockey 1, 2 Intra-murals 1, 2 Ernest J. Savoy 363 Hapgood Street Athol, Mass. Athol High School Elementary Education Art Club 2 Gaveleer Society 2 Men's Glee Club 1, 2 M. A. A. Board 2 Track 2 Intra-murals 1, 2 Debating Society 2 SJE2ll1I1?tI'd SylVI3. Mohawk Club 2 HICKORY STICK 2 Track 2 Intra-murals 1, 2 21 Kimball Street Newtonville, Mass. Concord High School Practical Arts Education Sipri J. Tastula 14 Nichols Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Junior High Education Women's Glee Club 1, 2 Wornen's Sports 1, 2 Carolyn Tuttle River Street South Acton, Mass. Acton High School Elementary Education Women's Sports 1, 2 Louise Moore Walls Park Street Pepperell, Mass. University of New Hampshire Elementary Education Paul K. Waring 266 Franklin Street Holyoke, Mass. Holyoke High School Practical Arts Education HICKORY STICK 2 Soccer 1, 2 Hockey 1, 2 Intra-murals 1, 2 Arlie A. Waris 84 Marshall Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Junior High Education Women's Glee Club 1, 2 Wornen's Sports 1, 2 Walter Wasink River Street Farnumsville, Mass. Grafton High School Elementary Education Soccer 1, 2 Mohawk Club 2 Doris G. Wiley 154 Pine Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Junior High Education Sirtu-rl SHHIPRHGE DONALD CI EED Pfeszrlmzt ELLEN DORMIN V100 P1 esfdent Fmsisgmmmir R FITCHBURGSTATE JOSEPH CUTLER Tre0,surer MILDRED SLATTERY LZZASS Sec1'etary Z TEACHEQSCOLL 3 H as History of I939 September, 1935, witnessed the entrance of a Freshman class, into Fitchburg State Teachers College, that was to excel in every way. ln the first weeks of school we proved "we could take it". After the freshman reception when we were allowed to return to normality we set out to show what we could do - under the capable guidance of Don Creed. Our first real triumph was the Carnival Ball, a dance well attended and approved by all. In the words of one of the special students this Carnival Ball was "a success from cello to cellophaneu. The class of '39 holds an infinite supply of talent - Lambert and his violin, Gerry Lyons and her dancing feet, and countless others - pianists, singers, and speakers. The freshmen were well represented by Beulah Mitchell in the Dramatic Club production of "The Late Christopher Bean". Nor were we lacking in athletes, for the freshmen were prominent on the basketball, soccer and hockey teams. After our first interesting and successful year together we all look forward to next September when we shall return to Fitchburg State Teachers College as Sophomores with new fields to conquer! Flllllffillhfi Alice Al geo Virginia Road Lincoln, Mass. Concord High School Academic Education Women's Sports Joseph W. Anderson 117 Walnut Avenue Roxbury, Mass. Wentworth Institute Practical Arts Education M. S. A. Council HICKORY STICK James Baker 80 Vernon Street Norwood, Mass. Norwood High School Practical Arts Education Orchestra Men's Glee Club Intra-murals Edward M. Bassett 23 High Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Academic Education Frederick E. Bauer 13 Belknap Street Dedham, Mass. Dedham High School Academic Education Hockey Intra-murals Chester Bercume Rawson Street Leicester, Mass. Worcester Trade School Practical Arts Education Hockey Intra-murals Edith J. Bixby Pepperell Road West Groton, Mass. Groton High School Academic Education Edith Buckingham Main Street Groton, Mass. Groton High School Academic Education Margaret M. Burke 60 Chatham Street Worcester, Mass. Westboro High School Academic Education Class of I939 Roster Eunice Caplan 146 Boutelle Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Academic Education Mary Chase 5 Prairie Street West Concord, Mass. Concord High School Academic Education Women's Sports Eugene A. Ciavola 30 West Street Clinton, Mass. Clinton High School Academic Education Men's Glee Club Intra-murals Anna P. Clifford 13 Summerhill Avenue Worcester, Mass. North High, Worcester Academic Education Women's Sports Mary L. Coombs 284 Mill Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Academic Education Ruth Copeland Park Street Townsend, Mass. Townsend High School Academic Education Women's Glee Club Debating Society Merilis M. Cote 70 Grant Street Gardner, Mass. Gardner High School Academic Education Women's Sports Raymond Creamer 5 Forbes Street Worcester, Mass. North High, Worcester Academic Education M. S. A. Council Soccer Basketball Tennis Intra-murals Donald Creed Summer Street Marshfield, Mass. Marshfield High School Practical Arts Education Class President Hockey Intra-murals Joseph E. Cutler Kemp Road Groton, Mass. Groton High School Practical Arts Education M. S. A. Council Class Treasurer Intra-murals Joseph Daniels 195 Ward Street Worcester, Mass. Commerce High, Worcester Academic Education Basketball Intra-murals Constance Day Willard Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Academic Education Mary E. Disken 153 Cottage Street West Concord, Mass. Concord High School Academic Education WVomen's Sports Ellen Dorinin 256 Water Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Academic Education Wo1nen's Glee Club Orchestra Class Vice-President Women's Sports Esther Gates Main Street Acton, Mass. Acton High School Academic Education Women's Glee Club Women's Sports John Gearan 132 Oak Street Gardner, Mass. Gardner High School Academic Education Hockey Intra-murals Scvfnty tl c SFNHFHHUA John Guilfoil 28 Converse Street Worcester, Mass. North High, Worcester Academic Education lntra-murals Track Paul F. Haire R. F. D. Mechanic Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Academic Education Orchestra Charlotte Hanson 11 Summer Street Orange, Mass. Orange High School Academic Education Women's Sports Aubrey E. Hastings 47 East Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Academic Education Basketball Intra-murals Rita M. Hastings 12 Coachlace Street Clinton, Mass. Clinton High School Academic Education Women's Glee Club Lawrence H. Houle 342 James Street Worcester, Mass. South High, Worcester Practical Arts Education Men's Glee Club Intra-murals Grover E. Howard 64 Auburn Street Chicopee, Mass. Chicopee High School Practical Arts Education Robert Hupper 0-12 Grove Street Melrose, Mass. Melrose High School Practical Arts Education Henry A. Lambert Margaret M. Lanigan 71 School Street Stoughton, Mass. Stoughton High School Academic Education Women's Glee Club Women's Sports Stephan Leszuk 19 Scott Street Worcester, Mass. Classical High, Worcester Practical Arts Education Orchestra Francis E. Lupien Worcester Road North Grafton, Mass. Grafton High School Academic Education Intra-murals Mildred G. Lyons 12 Bancroft Street Worcester, Mass. Commerce High, Worcester Academic Education Women's Sports Donald Lytle 1 Young Street Worcester, Mass. Abington High School Academic Education Debating Society HICKORY STICK, News Robert MacDowell Chester, Mass. Chester High School Academic Education Paul E. Martilla 32 Lincoln Street Worcester, Mass. North High, Worcester Academic Education Intra-murals Helmi Matilainen 171 Baker Street Gardner, Mass. Gardner High School Academic Education Women's Glee Club Nature Club John Matyosaitis Editor North Road 12 Joy Terrace Bedford, Mass. Methuen, Mass. Mechanics Arts High, Boston Edward Searles High, Methuen Practical Arts Education Practical Arts Education Orchestra Orchestra Band S cnfu-fozu' Flliliili Eleanor G. McCarthy 107 Summer Street Fitchburg, Mass. St. Bernard's High, Fitchburg Academic Education Women's Sports Helen McAulifT 20 Oak Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Academic Education Women's Sports Debating Society Ann Mclntire 23 Wonson Street Gloucester, Mass. Curtis High School, New York Academic Education Women's Glee Club Women's Sports Lloyd Miner 702 North Main Street Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Practical Arts Education M. A. A. Board Intra-murals Beulah Mitchell Worcester Road Westminster, Mass. Fitchburg High School Academic Education Dramatic Club John Mitchell 74 Plantation Street Worcester, Mass. Commerce High, Worcester Practical Arts Education Men's Glee Club Harry W. Moore 92 Longmeadow Avenue Worcester, Mass. North High, Worcester Academic Education Intra-murals Francis M. Morin 8 Crown Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Practical Arts Education Leonard Murphy 17 Princeton Street Holyoke, Mass. Holyoke High School Practical Arts Education Soccer Assistant Manager, Hockey UGG Marie Neudorf 264 Walden Street Cambridge, Mass. Cambridge High and Latin School Academic Education Edward A. O'Sheasy 10 Sturgis Street Worcester, Mass. Commerce High, Worcester Hockey Intra-murals Thornton Pettee 10 Chestnut Hill Brattleboro, Vt. Green Mountain Junior College Practical Arts Education Orchestra Band HICKORY STICK Intra-murals Toini Raisenen 160 Riverside Drive Gardner, Mass. Gardner High School Practical Arts Education Track Esther E. Rice 27 Winter Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Academic Education Women's Glee Club Orchestra Women's Sports Norma Richardson 216 Cedar Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Academic Education Debating Society Women's Glee Club Women's Sports M. Claire Salmon 8 Marshall Street Clinton, Mass. Clinton High School Academic Education Women's Glee Club Eleanor Scully 24 Oak Avenue Leominster, Mass. Leominster High School Academic Education Women's Glee Club Women's Sports Albert L. Senecal 29 Pearl Street Marlboro, Mass. Worcester Trade School Practical Arts Education Intra-murals Elizabeth E. Sheehan School Street South Acton, Mass. Acton High School Academic Education HICKORY STICK Women's Sports Alice Silverberg Williams Street Baldwinsville, Mass. Templeton High School Academic Education Women's Sports Mildred Slattery 126 Myrtle Avenue Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Academic Education Class Secretary Debating Society Women's Sports Dorothy G. Sleep 30 Parsons Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Academic Education Women's Sports Evelyn L. Strand Pepperell Road West Groton, Mass. Groton High School Academic Education Women's Glee Club Nature Club Women's Sports Mary Walsh 126 Lawrence Street Fitchburg, Mass. St. Bernard's High, Fitchburg Academic Education Women's Glee Club Women's Sports Lois White 548 North Street Fitchburg, Mass. Fitchburg High School Academic Education Glee Club Madalyn Wolfson 358 Broadway Street Chicopee Falls, Mass. Chicopee High School Academic Education Women's Sports Louise Wood Concord Road Acton, Mass. Acton High School Academic Education Women's Sports SHHIFHIFIUI S1'l.'CIlfjl-fIl'f' College Graduate Course John F. Bowler, A.B. Boston College, '35 25 Third Street Ayer, Mass. Louis M. Deschenes, A.B. Assumption College, '35 72 Delisle Street Fitchburg, Mass. James W. Early, A.B. Holy Cross College, '35 Congress Place Fitchburg, Mass. David J. Hawthorne, A.B. Holy Cross College, '35 38 Townsend Street Fitchburg, Mass. Marion W. Gowdrey, A.B. Radcliffe College, '31 3 Grove Street Claremont, N. H. Phyllis Kirby, B.S. Boston University, '35 251 Boutelle Street Fitchburg, Mass. Eugene B. Rhault, A.B Assumption College, '35 227 Spruce Street Leominster, Mass. Lawrence Scanlon, A.B Holy Cross College, '35 John M. Niziankowicz Ph.B. 143 Lunenburg Street Boston College, '34 186 Pine Street Holyoke, Mass. E. Carl Parmenter, A.B. Bowdoin College, '35 Linden Street Berlin, Mass. ' Fitchburg, Mass. Irene Smith, A.B. Smith College, '35 47 Berry Street Fitchburg, Mass. S lfllffl-511' SHHIPHHGE Q GIUDMGKDD - M 2 Swnccumumms ll Men's Student Association OFFICERS MARSHALL E. KNOWLTON President KENNETH J. LADNER Vice-Prresrzfdent J. MILTON JEFFREY Sem-eta:-y DOMINIC W. BACCARO Treasurer MR. JOHN L. RANDALL Sponsor I Marshall E. Knowlton The Men's Student Association was adopted in 1930, which was formerly the Men's Student Government. This association consists of all the men students of the college and a faculty advisor invited by the Association. There is also an advisory council, consisting of two members from each class section, one a commuter and the other a resi- dent student, plus the officers of the association. The officers are the President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer. The purpose of the Association is to express student opinion, to promote better feeling and co-operation between faculty and students, and to assume certain measures of school control. Through the efforts of this association there has been developed a perfect unit of men students, of which Fitchburg Teachers College is proud. 'ight SHHIFHHGE T. Lee Marshall E. Knowlton Dormitory Councils 1111111 The Day Girls' Association orricnns as ELIZABETH V. POWERS President MARY O'CONNOR V1'ce-President CORINNE JOHNSON S6C7"6tfL'1'Ql MARY' CLARK Treasurer . Elizabeth V. Powers The Day Girls' Association has two main functions: it attempts to provide many opportunities for social growth and it assumes responsibility for the phys- ical comfort of the student while she is on campus. This year we decided to vary our program as much as possible feeling that "change is good for the soul". Our first social, the Freshman Party, was in the form of an afternoon tea. The annual banquet was a lovely affair. The women, becomingly gowned, the candle-lit dining room, the flowers, the daintily prepared food made a charm- ing picture. The Christmas party was unusual. We sat on cushions and rugs around a beautifully decorated table covered with food, and enjoyed a well prepared lunch. We have completely transformed our Day Room quarters. With the addi- tion of an ultra modern set of maple, new lamp shades, a paint job here and there, we have dispelled the drabness and replaced it with cheery comfort. Pnirmum Epsilon Pi Tau OFFICERS HECTOR E. PATENAUDE Prcsiclefnt A. GILBERT BELESON VICE-PI'68Z'dQ7l,f GORDON S. HILL Tl'6fLSZl,I'Pl' ROBERT J. ARDINI Secretary RALPH F. VVESTON Clmpfer Sponsor Hector E. Patenaude Epsilon Chapter of UEPSILON PI TAU", an honorary, professional frater- nity, in industrial arts and vocational industrial education, was granted a charter by the national chapter June 25, 1932. Ideals of EPsILoN P1 TAU: To recognize the place of "skill" in Industrial Arts and Vocational Industrial Education: to promote "social efHciency"g and to foster, counsel, reward, publish and circulate the results of "research" effort in the fields of its interest. Only students who have completed their junior year in an Industrial Arts college, ranking highest in scholarship, social and professional efficiency and out- standing men in the field are eligible for membership. Willis B. Anthony A. Gilbert Beleson O. Martin Lahtinen Hector Patenaude Charles E. Akeley Arthur C. Harrington Lawrence E. Landall Arthur E. Purinton Robert J. Ardini Gordon S. Hill C. Blair MacLean Ralph F. Weston Dominic Baccaro Howard L. Hirst Hollis Moore hill!! 1 SHXIPRHGE I lilly-f wo Gaveleer Society Founded - 1921 "AWZwZ'Cl Usquay acl Arms" OFFICERS WILLIAM D. PURCELL Prresiiclent HECTOR E. PATENAUDE Vice-Presiderzt DOMINIC W. BACCARO Secretary A. GILBERT BI3LEsoN Treasurer C. BLAIR MACLEAN Sponsor William D. Purcell A society to encourage scholarship and further social and fraternal relationship between the men ofthe college. It was the first society to be founded for such purposes on the campus. Class of 1.936 Class of 1937 Class of 1938 A. Gilbert Beleson Ernest Bono Kenneth E. Bowen Daniel R. Donohue Aarne L. Hakala Gordon S. Hill Olavi M. Lahtinen Alfred B. NeJame Hector E. Patenaude William D. Purcell Dominic W. Baccaro Paul F. Foye Axel H. Hendrickson Gerald McDowell Hollis Moore Robert J. Norton Earl C. Roseen Bernhard A. Roth Joseph E. Rush Edmund W. Biros Matthew F. Godek Paul B. Goodwin Kalervo Kansanniva Ernest J. Savoy Plllllibllllb Everett P. McCue Mohawk Club "Socmgctczlz,a" Founded -- 1924 OFFICERS EVERETT P. MCCUE PVGSIICICIZF CHARLES A. ANDREWS V1'ce-P1-e.sz'f1cnt THOMAS F. SPRING Sec-retro-y RAY J. LUND Trcccsurcr ANGELO F. BARRESI AIYITTIIll'-SCC'l'6'lLflll'jj ARTHUR C. HARRINGTON Sponsor The Mohawk Club was organized to promote co-operation in the college and with the alumni, to increase social welfare in student life, to foster professional improvement, and to gain the benefits derived by organization. Class of 1 936 Charles A. Andrews Robert J. Ardini Angelo F. Barresi Walter E. Bohmann Carmen T. Buono George H. Gardner Felix A. Heins William M. Johnson Actire Members Marshall E. Knowlton Thomas F. Spring Donald A. McNeil Robert M. Rooney J. Milton Jeffrey George W. King Everett A. McDonald Andrew P. Owens Richard C. Turner Walter Wasink Ray J. Lund Edward P. Stach. vviuiam M- McAulay Rlchard A. W1lk1nsonClaSS of 1938 Everett P. Mcoue Class of 1937 H9l'b6Tt J. Miller Gegrge E, Carey Stanley A. Naumnik John H. English Arthur C. Oulton Alan R. Kempainen Raymond J. Pepi Kenneth Ladner John J. Stacevich Joseph Mahoney lfiyltl SHXIFHHGE -' , fs. , , - ..,.f 'Wr- f. . , , Dramatic Club OFFICERS ALFRED B. NEJAME President PHYLLIS FALL Vice-President BERNHARD ROTH Tire-asufrer KALERvo KANSANNIVA Secretary Miss BELLE M. NIXON Sponsor Alfrul B. Nc-.lalnu The most active club in school for the past four years again points with pride to its accomplishments during the years 1935 and 1936. THE LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN is the only play produced by the college Which filled the house. For the first time, a college production actually filled the auditorium for over five hundred seats were occupied. Our treasury now boasts a balance of four hundred and forty-eight dollars - the richest organization in school. Five volumes of one-act plays were bought for the use of the members and the college. The club's greatest ambition during the past four years was finally realized when they presented to the institution a beautiful gray cyclorama. A signal honor was bestowed upon our group by one of its most talented actors, Bernhard Roth, who won a three hundred dollar scholarship Hirst prizei to the Leland Power School of the Theatre. SHHIFRHGE UH I' The Late Christopher Bean by Sidney Ifozvard CAST Dr. Haggett ........... ........ Bernhard Roth Warren Creamer ...e..... ,..,.. C armen Buono Susan Haggett ....e,,... .e...... . .Beulah Mitchell Rosen ..................... .... ............... E rn est Savoy Abby ..............,.......... .....e.., D olores Sullivan Davenport .........................,..,..,...... George King Mrs. Haggett .....,.., ......... V erna Buckley Tallant ,.,,.........................e Kalervo Kansanniva Ada Haggett ......................,,...,..., Phyllis Fall Director -- Miss Belle M. Nixon llwm' 717721 Men's Glee Club OFFICERS Va O. llilARTIN LAHTINEN President AXEL HENDRICKSON Vice-President KENNETH MURDOCK- Sevretary EARL RosEEN Treasurer JOHN MITCHEIJL Libmricm I O. Martin Lahtinen Decidedly more activity was seen in the lVIen's Glee Club this year. During the early months of the school year, the activities were restricted to the club itselfg the primary purpose being the enjoyment and appreciation of good music. An interesting assembly program of college songs was provided by the men, in conjunction with the Girls' Glee Club and the orchestra. The musical season was climaxed with the presentation of the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, TRIAL BY JURY, at the Harvard Teachers Alumni Reunion on April 8, 1936, and also in a morning assembly performance before the stu- dents of the college. The principals in the operetta Were: Defendant ..............,........... .Richard Wilkinson Foreman ............................. .... R oscoe Twombly Counsel ......... .......... O . Martin Lahtinen Jurymen: - John Mitchell, Felix Heins, Judge ......... .............. C armen Buono Ernest Bono, Ernest Savoy, Kenneth Usher ..... ............... E .arl Roseen Murdock iewmrwte Women's Glee Club OFFICERS DOROTHY F. FALCON Prcsidemf FRANCES MORIARTY Vice-Presfdefnt MARY CLARK Secfretary DOROTHY DOLAN T7'6G,3'LL7'6'l' RUBY GAGE Lz'b1'm'1'cL11 Dorothy F. Falcon The Fitchburg Teachers College has become music conscious. This year there has been a great step forward in all musical clubs. Early in the school year, the club, under the leadership of Miss Eldridge, our new music director, combined with the Men's Glee Club in a presentation of songs at the college assembly. In October, a sextet, composed of the following members of the Women's Glee Club, presented a selection of songs at the Women's Government Banquet: Dolores Sullivan Kaino Jalava Mary Clark Dorothy Falcon Ailie Waris Ellen Dormin The club accepted the invitation to join the Men's Club in presenting the Gilbert and Sullivan Operetta, TRIAL BY JURY. The principal parts were as follows: Bride ................,...... ,............,,...........,,..... R uth Copeland Bridesmaids: Dorothy Falcon Lois White Mary Walsh Beulah Mitchell Mary Clark Mary Coombs A Eight Orchestra Q OFFICERS CARMEN T. BUONO Presiclelnt BARBARA VVHITMORE Sccrctafry and T'I'GiCLS?A7'6I' ERNEST BONO Libfraricuz Miss MIRIAM ELDRIDGE C0'7ZCI?ftCf0l' l . Carmen T. Burmo The college orchestra has had a greater measure of success this year than perhaps ever before. Approximately twenty students, working faithfully under the leadership of the new director, Miss Miriam Eldridge, have reached a height of musical production that the entire student body has been quick to appreciate. The first public appearance of the orchestra took place early in November. At this time the group played a collection of Victor Herbert numbers, and also the difficult "Poet and Peasant" overture. Later in the year, the orchestra accepted an invitation to play parts of the "Surprise Symphony" by Haydn, at the Christ Church in Fitchburg. This performance proved to be so great a success that it was repeated at a school assembly. gilt PIlllllBUHll Debating Club OFFICERS DONALD INICCAFFREY Pl'C'8l'f1C'Il,Ii ANNE WARD Vz'c-e-Presidcffzzt MILDRED SLATTERY Sec'1'etfu'y KENNETH LADNER T1'eosu1'e1' MR. ARTHUR C. HARRINGTON Sponsor Donald McCaffrey The club this yea1' undertook the heaviest schedule in its history. ln the month of October our teams met in non-decision debates with Keene Normal and American International College. In December the team journeyed totSpring1'ield and lost a close decision to Bay Path on the subject of 'fSocialized Medicine". In March another team Went to Nichols Junior College and returned with the first victory of the year. The aim of the club has been active participation in at least one major debate for each member. This year more people saw service in debates than ever before. Many veteran debaters are returning next year and the club looks forward to another successful year. Silllllfhtllit A...-. .,,..-,......--. I S, -Rf' , r. ' ' Q' 3? fi f " 4, ,N M , . 00 The Art Club OFFICERS GEORGE PIMENTEL President MARY COLLINS Vice-Preszdent PHYLLIS B. FALL Secretary WALTER BOHMANN Treasurer MISS SARAH LAMPREY Sponsor Phyllis B. Fall The main purpose of the Art Club is to stimulate an interest in the three great branches of art - painting, sculpture, and architecture. The activities of the Art Club. which resulted in service to the college were embodied in THE HICKORY STICK, the college paper, and the SAXIFRAGE, the yearbook. The club as a whole, has benefited through the efforts of Miss Lamprey in obtaining slides from the Worcester Art Museum, which provided fruit for interesting talks. The college has been particularly fortunate in having on display an exhibition of Works loaned to the club by the University of Vermont. Plllllll5llllG Cl pa Typographical Society OFFICERS ANGELO BARRESI Presidclzt GEORGE FORGUES Vice-Presi1'cle1zt ALBERT CASWELL Secrefary MITCHELL FAVA Treasurer' MR. CLIFFORD W. HAGUE Sponsor Angelo Barrcsi This society is an outgrowth of class Work in the Printing Department. It serves as an agency to do further Work in the field of the printing skills. This year marks its second year of existence and a continuation of printing service to the college. The technical phases of the college publication - THE HICKORY STICK - Were handled by members of the Society. Volume II of the SAXIFRAGE DIRECTORY was printed under the supervision of Angelo Barresi, president of the Society. This unique publication has been Widely heralded in the field of College Journalism as a means of handling yearbook advertising. Admission to the Society is based on demonstrated proficiency in the print- ing skills together with an interest for the Work. The Society has levels of membership based on the industrial printers' guild system. SH?llFHtll3E A QU. JZ' 0 fy , THE HICKORY STICK OFFICERS EVERETT P. MCCUE Editor-In-Chief DONALD LYTLE News Editor GEORGE E. CAREY Feature Edit-Orr J. MILTON JEFFREY Men's Sports Editor DOROTHY FALCON Womewfs Sports Editor RAY J. LUND Business Manager C. W. HAGUE Faculty Advisor - Everett P. McCue THE HICKORY STICK represents the first student-initiated all-school mag- azine ever published at Fitchburg Teachers College. From its inception at the election of Editors last fall through the editions it has met with the approval of the students and the administration. The magazine has been influential in Organizing the Teachers Colleges in Massachusetts into an association afliliated with the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. THE HICKORY STICK has also been influential in bringing the Alumni into closer contact With the college. It has proven a useful means for the students in school-publication classes to put into practice the theory of the course. The printing of the magazine has been a credit to those students who participated in the Work and to the college. F0 SHHIFIIHGE Rmammwucs Mcn's Athletic Association OFFICERS CHARLES A. ANDREWS President JOSEPH E. RUST Vfzfcc-President HERBERT J. MILLER Secretary EVERETT A. MACDONALD Treaszwer Ralph H. Colson Charles A. Andrews It falls upon the shoulders of the board members of this organization which is composed of student coaches and captains of varsity sports, managers, and sponsored by Mr. Colson, our athletic director, to see that sport activities are carried on properlyg to apportion money for each varsity sport, suggest our college opponents, plan the Athletic Day program, and many other activities. This year it rewarded that group of musicians Who offered their services during the basketball season With letters. A small payment indeed for the splendid spirit it helped to create. PITUHGUHG l Varsity Track GERALD R. LANGEVIN Coach. The place of track in our athletic program reached a definite position at the beginning of the college year. Under the guidance of Mr. Colson a cross-country squad was organized and competed in a trio of meets in which Fitchburg made a favorable showing. The squad won over Cushing and Lawrence Academies and dropped a meet to Massachusetts State. Under the handicap of not having a suitable place to train, the indoor season was begun. A relay team was entered at Boston A. A. games in a special relay event and triumphed over Rhode Island College of Education. At Providence, later in the winter the team lost to Rhode Island State. A team composed of Langevin, Lacouture, Owens and Rooney, with Laht- inen as alternate, journeyed to the Penn-Relays and in competition with sixteen teachers colleges from all over the country ran fifth in the teachers college cham- pionship relay. The second annual New England Teachers College Meet will be held at Doyle Field on May 23rd, with Fitchburg acting as host. A large entry of colleges and competitors promises to make this meet the capital track event of the year. On this promising start, plans for expanding track activities for the coming year are being drawn up. SHHNPHHUE FV inviy October October October October November November November .T 12 16 19 30 2 11 16 Varsity Soccer OFFICERS EVERETT A. MACDONALD Co-Captain RICHARD C. TURNER Co-Captain THOMAS F. SPRING Coach ALBERT CASWELL Manager 1935 SCHEDULE Opp. F. T. C Alumni Fitchburg 3 2 Clark Worcester 1 1 Bridgewater Bridgewater 2 2 Nichols Fitchburg 11 10 Nichols . Dudley 0 9 Springfield J. V. Fitchburg 1 2 A. I. C. Springfield 4 3 Action Shots-Soccer Coach Tom Spring Helded a well balanced team despite the bad breaks that confronted him at the start of the season. He lost at the very start two of his veteran backs in Don McNeil and George Anderson. The team that was finally chosen to represent Fitchburg Teachers College was a team of cooperative workers who thought most of the team and not of their own records. In the Alumni game, the first test for the varsity, the play was a little ragged, but the team was up against the best of the soccer teams of former years capably led by Jim Hammond. The Fitchburg Teachers College team was defeated by the brilliant work of former stars, but they gained much in defeat. The team played a cracker-jack game against the Clark team and the final score indicates the closeness of the iight. In this game Turner was the individual star but he had plenty of help from his supporting cast. At Bridgewater, the team met one of the strongest teams in Bridgewater's history and were held to a tie score. In the two games with Nichols, the reserves had a chance to show their stuff and they came through in fashion. Although the opposition was not of the stiffest kind, it gave the fellows a chance to try a little more team-work instead of individual playing. The weather was against soccer at the A, I. C. game but the game was played just the same. In this game, the hardest fought of the season, the team showed the results of all the hard work that they had spent in practice and in previous games. They played a splendid game even though they were defeated. The following are the letter-men of the squad: Tom Spring, Chick Andrews, John Stacevich, Olavi Lahtinen, Eddie Stack, Ray Lund, Al NeJame, Ernie Bono, George Pimentel, Holly Moore, Ev McDon- ald, Larry Turner, Matty Godek, Walt Wasink, Paul Waring, and John Sweeney. Others who saw service were: Joe Daniels, Ray Creamer, Charlie Minick, and Ken Ladner. l i ... . SHFHFVQHGE Ninct 1 '5 Elf 3 Arr '.w V l Varsity Basketball - OFFICERS O. MARTIN LAHTINEN CHARLES A. ANDREWS ANGELO F. BARRESI LLOYD lVlINER Assistant January 4, January 8, January 11, January 15, January 18, January 22, January 25, January 29, January 31, February 5 February 3 February 12: February 1 5 N fy-eight 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 C oaclz C up ffbllll Manager M cmager 9 . ' slr. . I if ' 4 1 'V I 1- M 6 :Edge 1 13131 digg- siysl fs.. .W . v . ?'VEQ:Q,j Q95 ' .3 "W 4 if-f p ,-1' 5 5 5fIl5'o':S P I ' I bf, ,,::1s2:: 3 : Charles A. Andrews O. Man L BASKETBALL SCHEDULE F.ff T T FT F.T.. FT T T C C C C C C F. .C. TC TC F.T.C. TC TC F.T.C. 23 Assumption 36 Salem T. C. Cushing St. Anselm's Assumption 19 38 Keene 27 35 Alumni St. Anselm's R. I. College of Ed. New Britain T. C. 34 33 41 22 Bridgewater T. C. 40 49 R. I. College of Ed. 42 Hyannis T. C. SHFHFRHGE T Q iA r l .loc Daniels "Let" Lahtinen Chick Andrews Action Shots-Basketball After four or five weeks of strenuous practice sessions, Coach Lahtinen selected the twelve men which he planned to carry during the season and began to mould them into a smooth running outfit. This season we had Coach Lahtinen and Captain "Chick" Andrews in the forward berths with John Jeffrey and Aubrey Hastings as understudies. At center Hakala, Daniels, and Naumnik battled it out. For guards were Larry Turner, Tom Spring, and Ray Creamer. Joe Mahoney and Jerry McDowell were very good at filling in any position. The schedule as arranged by Manager Barresi was college level. Playing a total of thirteen games, winning seven and losing six, is an average record for any team suffering from a loss of the 1935 stars. The season started with an unfortunate loss to Assumption College. This was proven when on our own court Assumption went down to defeat by the score of 35-31. Our annual game with Bridgewater Teachers College brought about a shift in the Arthur C. Harrington Trophy. Our team losing 22-27. As the season progressed we had chalked up the following results: Winning from Assumption, Salem T. C., Hyannis T. C., Alumni, Keene Normal, and two games from Rhode Island College of Education. The losses were to Assumption, New Britain T. C., Cushing, Bridgewater T. C., and two games to St. Anselm's College. 1 .-.i Ml Milt JCffl'Py Aarne Hakala Jerry McDowell 5. qv, Va rslty Baseball E j Q A ' OFFICERS 1 1 . ',w,Q C, . p CHARLES A. ANDREWS Coach, J. MILTON JEFFREY Captain fERVVRi g l - JOHN STACEVICH Mcmagcr' Q PAUL B. GOODWIN G. A8SI'8ffLl'l,f Mcmagcr J. Milton .lufTrcy Ch'n'Ic's A. Andrews The season of 1936 will have Chick Andrews at the guiding station. It will be a diflicult task to produce a Winning team with but four veterans remaining to start on the diamond. Baseball will prove itself among the sports this season under Chick'S tutelage and a ighting team will turn in its share of Wins. An attractive schedule is being arranged. 1935 SCHEDULE Southern Trip April 30 Greenbrier Military Academyg Lewiston, W. Va. May 1 Augusta Military Academyg Fort Defiance, Va. May 2 Shepardstown Teachers Collegeg Shepardstown, W. Va. May 4 Mt. St. Mary's Collegeg Emmittsburg. Md. Regular Schedule May 8 Bridge-warter Teachers College May 15 Assumption College May 18 Bay Path College May 28 Keene Teachers College June 1 Cushing Academy June 6 Keene Teachers College June 7 New Britain Teachers College One hzmflrerl Opp 9 19 10 Opp 4 11 12 10 6 9 11 F. T. 15 10 Crainj 0 F. T. 8 9 9 7 1 3 12 C. C. Varsity Hockey OFFICERS DONALD A. MCNEIL Coach WILLIAM D. PURCELL Captain A. GILBERT BELESON Manager KENNETH LADNER A SS'Z.Sf!l,lZt M an agar XVilliam D. Purcell Donald A. McNeil The 1936 season witnessed the establishment of hockey on an inter-collegiate basis. The team tackled the top flight colleges of New England. After a disastrous start against Boston College the team came back to drub Beckers at Worcester. Then a two-day trek into Vermont where we dropped a savage checking game to Middlebury College. A well played game was dropped to St. Anselm's at our Winter Carnival. Another win over Becker's and a loss to Lawrence brought the season to a close. 1936 SCHEDULE Boston College 19 ............. ........ F . T. C. 0 St. Anselm's College S ................ F. T. C. 0 Becker's College 0 ........................ F. T. C. 8 Becker's College 2 .............. ....... F . T. C. 10 Middlebury College 11 ................ F. T. C. 0 Lawrence Academy 4 ........ ....... F . T. C. 1 , Q 5 QF, ' 15' ' . 5 , , 3 g are . -' C V L - A : ft' -M .1 L 9 4 . gn .wx . . 'A .I x-K! ff K.: A W Q E. 1. Q . ... , .- ' 1 D' ' ay, 'xp i A QQ! .. f i. , if b - i ist One hundrzd yan: 4 P' OFFICERS WILLIAM M. JOHNSON Coach ALAN KEMPAINEN Captain MARSHALL KNOWLTON Mcwctgcr Varsity Tennis Alan Kempainen William M. Purcell The tennis team will be on the courts this year with a new coach William "Doc" John- son. The rest of the squad consists of Capt. Alan Kempainen, Bill Purcell, Edwin Chamber- lain, Ray Creamer, Thornton Pettee. This year's schedule will be the same as last year's except for the dropping of Cushing and Bay Path because of our athletic ruling that no academies shall appear on the schedule. Marshall Knowlton will manage the team. Although four of last year's veterans are gone Ona ll zcrlflwfl fum we hope for a successful season. 1936 SCHEDULE Clark University Assumption Wofcfffster Tech . New Britain Teachers American International B .d At T h Holy Cross ri gewai er eac ers Keene Teachers Hyannis Teachers F!lUHl3lll3G null A ll-IQ 5 ...J Women's Athletic: Board OFFICERS ANITA LEIGHTON PI'6SZ'dC"7lt DOROTHY DOLAN Vice-Presidefzzt BARBARA VVHITMORE Secretary ESTHER EVANS Treasurer nita eig on This year the Women's Athletic Board under the capable leadership of Anita Leighton and guided by Miss Bolger carried out many changes in its program. Their first responsibility was the launching of a new White Team which proved a welcome addition to intra-mural competition. The revision of the handbook was then made necessary by a third team. The Play Day at Keene was a delightful innovation in our sports program and the board hopes to do something similar at Fitchburg. The introduction of several new activities into our program as Badminton, bicycling, dancing, and apparatus Work did much to interest new comers in sports. On the Whole the officers, captains, and heads of sports deserve much applause for the very efficient manner in which the Women's Athletic Association was conducted. S tl H I P H H ll E rl lh Black Team MARGARET B. GRAVEL Captain Margaret B. Gravel The Black Team, captained by "Bunny" Gravel, certainly deserves praise and admiration. For two years they have Won the coveted Women's Athletic Associ- ation Shield and by all outward appearances are striving to retain it for a third year. A demonstrated interest on the part of all the Women on the Black Team together With a remarkable spirit of co-operation are the factors which have been chiefly responsible for their string of victories. rlrccl Your PNCHBURG Orange Team MARY L. CLARK Cczfptzmz Many L. Clark Under the capable leadership of Mary Clark, the Orange Team has had its "ups" and "downs", Though its victories have been few and far between - the Team has never given 'up trying for one moment. The basketball first team lost for the first time in four years. The basketball second team compensated for the first team's loss by cleaning up the league and being crowned victors. fjll' hund I j SHXIPRHGE ""lM.." U W if ,,,j2'W White Team ROSANNA LACROIX C t 'z S 3 1f" ' f ap aff? Rosanna LaCroix The "baby" of Women's Intra-mural League made its initial appearance in the Women's Athletic Association Sports Program last September. They soon proved a serious threat to the "Orange" and the "Black" by providing compe- tition in the hockey series. Rosanna LaCroix, the captain, and other "Whites" have resolved to take honors in the Sports Program by Winning the W. A. A. Shield. At the present time the points are Well divided between the "Whites" and the "Blacks," O I rl d Plllltilillllh Athletic Conference M. S. T. C. The annual Athletic Conference of the Massachusetts State Teachers Colleges was held at Bridgewater on November 1 and 2, 1935. The Con- ference was made up of the delegates and their instructors. Our delegates were Anita Leighton, President of W. A. A., Alice Lee, Ethel Critchley, and Esther Evans, accompanied by Miss Bolger and Miss Stafford. Alice Halloran, President of W. A. A. at Bridgewater, opened thc conference with an address of welcome, followed by greetings from Dr. Scott. After a general and panel discussion, we had the great pleasure of listening to John Morton, dance critic for the New York Tim cs, who gave us many interesting ideas on "The Ancient Art of Modern Dance". The highlight of the assembly was the demonstrations of "Modern Dance" by Martha Hill and her New York University dance group. Miss Hill is an instructor at New York University and Bennington College, and one of the outstanding people in the field of dance. The delegates were fortunate in that they had a taste of the dance in a beginner's lesson directed by Miss Hill. A general discussion of "Modern Dance" was held later. Friday evening the delegates attended an enjoyable dance, Melody Cruise, given by the college. On Saturday morning round table discussions and a social hour were held. Delegates returned to their colleges after luncheon feeling they had derived a great deal of benefit from a very successful conference. Om' I I d Qwarwiw BLACK HOCKEY TEAM ORANGE HOCKEY TEAM PITCHBUHG WHITE HOCKEY TEAM Clear fall days, love of the game on the part of the upperclassmen, and the desire to learn on the part of the freshmen were the incentives which led large groups of girls to report for hockey practice this fall. After the freshmen had proven their ability as hockey players, practice was begun for the Black, Orange, and White teams. Class competition was eliminated and everything was con- centrated on varsity competition which was made more keen by the addition of the new White team. Five games were played off in a Round Robin tourna- ment. The Blacks won three games and both the White and Orange teams lost two and tied one. Then the snow arrived and the hockey season ended-much to everyone's regret. If you were to come down to the athletic field any Saturday morning during the hockey season and see the waitresses playing the other dorm girls or third floor playing second, you would have a positive proof that hockey is one of the most popular sports at Fitchburg Teachers College. , Q fl fax , iff' i . Q1 ll. 1 -' - 5 .x 6' .. V - X ia h W , 2 ff , "X 'f 'iff A . C. , :g7,:5V , , . I F' Q 1 A4 , o n F V 1 ,, M 1 . . 4, - . . Ir- H'.f', H". t ' .k v N V 4 ,QWTQVV . f if 0' . f' ' lj, 7 r f 5 k W, , Vw. ,. . , .. . -. ..:Q.,:a4:.fa:r-find? - --. , gzip., ft-ffm M -M - V 2 We-F-ar-EI: . V. -' G' 'J "' I 'Zia ' . . N. ,. 6 T77 ' F ' "W ' .- fx 22 i . , fgfgg zi ' -1 Ri,.,1..1"4i-A ' , 3-ff5f"s: ,K 1Y"'-J'E?"' "y'f'1'1'?g5+5'iffNji?:',f1.."g ' Pi- ' " avi 'A gin.. Wffug, - ' ' "' , , f-177. 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Every Tuesday and Thursday found them running to the "gym", shaking off the professional dust of the day. After several happy, hard, and earnest practices, interest centered about the selection of the Black, White, and Orange teams. The selection of iii-st and second teams enabled a large number of girls to play in the games. The season consisted of a round robin tournament in which each team had to win two out of three games. The winner of the series was not easily decided. Seven games had to be played because of a tie. The final struggle was between the Black and White teams. Neither team seemed to give in, but the final whistle ended the fight in favor of the Blacks by a small margin. A novel feature of this year's season was witnessed at the first game when each team made their first appearance in their new costumes. Never before had such distinctive pinnies and outfits been seen in the Fitchburg Teachers College "Gym". S H ti I P ll H G E Who's Who DHI Mwst for F. T. C ..,.. .....w, Dan Donahue Jeanette Gwynne Anita Leighton Edna Mackey Cappy Disken Jeanette Gwynne Dot Harris Betty Powers F. Sherburne Dot Falcon Dill Most ytorClass ,,...,.... ,o,,,,. G ordon Hill Best Sclzool Spirit .,..,,,o ,,,o,,, B ridgewater Best Stzulent ....,,.o,,, ,,,,,,, K en Bowen Best Athlete ,,,., ,, ,,,o ,,,,,., C hick Andrews Best M2t,Wl-f'l-till ...,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,o,,,, Ed Holt Best Knozrlctlge of Men ,.,,,,,,,,, Girls who don't go out Best Natzfred ..,r....nso,,,,,,,,.,roi.,,,,, Angie Barresi Best Teacher tT1fpej .....,.r,,,,.,., Bob Ardini Best Dresser ,ir..os,-,-,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, O . Lahtinen Best Actor ,,,,s, , ,,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,,., , ,Carmen Buono Best Looking ....... . o.,-.,, H. Patenaude Best News .,.... t ..o, ,.,,,,, ' 'Letter" from home Most Popular ,...rvo ..,,,i, T om Spring Most Active .......... .Bill Purcell Most Versatile ..ci,c, ,,,,,,, Marsh Knowlton Most Stznlions ,.-,r.,,,,,,,,,.,,-,,,.,,,., Peter O'Toole Most Absent Minded ,.....r..,,,,.,, .Instructors Most Likely to Succeed- Abe Beleson N0z'sz'est... ,....... ,...,r,.,,,,,,-,,.,...., Al NeJame Most Devoted Couple ....,,e..,,..... Doc Johnson and Mar Most Shy ...,..,........,...,.... ....... J ohn Stacevich Best Dancer ....., . rir. ,..cc,, G eorge Pinientel Most Frank .,.....,..... ........ A l NeJanie Most Romeo-like ...,,,., ......., H erb Miller Most Juliet-lz'lce .sss.ss ,...... . Best "Line" .....,.... ...i... F red Foley Most Manly ,...,,,,,- ,,,,,,,. S tan Naumnik Most Woinanly ,,srs.., ..,. , Aini Wartiainen Alice Lee Anita Leighton Mary Collins Esther Evans Betty Powers Louise McSheehy tha Souther Helen Steeves Mary Dufort Hilda Duker Virginia Cossaboom Catherine Tarbell Winnie Dodge Instructor ....... Orchestra ..,..... Sfnzolce ................. Magazzfne-. s,...r,s,,sss Radio Program ,rr,,,c Aatlzor .,..cci.,...,... D1 terslon .......s.,.......,,............ Sport .........,...,........................ . E,l'fl'Cl-Cl!l'l'l'Fltttl'7' Activity-.. U I l ll I FAVORITES Individual Differences Wayne King and Ray Noble tplus Al Bowllyj The Other Fellow's Readers' Digest Jack Benny Classic: Charles Dickens Cofntempofraryz Sinclair Lewis "Browsing" in the Library We don't do it at F. T. C. Earning Brockelman Scholarships FIICHBUHG Fmzmwmm W '1 ku ie v 6 " N 44 Svwkcm sljcnwd P K'J0H"cr 'SQ 6 'lf ' ' ff 95? 5 1- Q? f . 1, 3 :Sig lj 521: 2:' ,S HQ...e.1 I H V V1 csfu 1200, ' 501' ? 1 X1 f 6 Qqevqw WIC . 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It broods over the campus and buildings But it does not move on, It stays. ak :R zl: OH F. T. C. School teacher factory, Battle ground of the ages, Home for the homeless, Cause of fallen arches, Source of athletes' foot, Intellectual center of the universe. They say you are cruel and I believe them for I have heard the words "lesson plan, by and large, and term paper". They tell me you are hard and I say: "Yes, I know it for I have seen the students studying for the semester exams". And I am told you are strict and I answer: "Ah, 'tis true for I have seen girls running to get in before ten o'clock." I am told you are wicked and I cannot deny it, for I have heard that you have your moments. And it is said that you are hasty and I reply: "Quite so, for I have seen the rush into the dining room." But they tell me you are hardy and I know it, for I have seen people live to rush into the dining room a second time. Also I am told that you are u lifting and I know 'tis true, for I have seen the Tuesday P night dance and taken a course in astronomy. They tell me you lead youth astray and I answer: "Yes, for I have seen girls drinking soft drinks and boys smoking hard tobacco." They say that you have a sense of humor and I am certain of it, for I have seen the SAX. Rushing to classes, Playing checkers in the men's room, Smiling to hide broken hearts, Cramming, Grinning, Sobbing, Riding. Smirking, Laughing, Teacher factory of the Nation. Ili :lf :lf Iii ill WONDERIVIENTS What would happen if- Mr. Harrington didn't lecture? Freshmen didn't ask "why"? Seniors had double chins? We had a gym? Ken Murdock forgot about "Bugs"? The lobby was quiet? Everyone consulted the bulletin board? SHHIF Mr. Colson taught "Interp1'etatz"ve Dcmefingu ? Mr. Weston 'fsafid rit"? Seniors got to class on time? A superintendent came to see you? The college paper went to press on time '? The dorm students didn't have cereal? One Irzuzdrcrl ni: ' 'I A x fr. pf. ' I wi f f""" ' " 4 YYYIA 4 Ai - ' A 4 ff-, V K' ff' K 'J r 3 f ,.4v'Aw' , -u5.-- ,.-41.v+f"""" Y 2 Q- f. . fd, ' ""if. '1 ' 4 A 2' . A, FY . 5 3 ,A Q h 'LQPV1 ig -j' - W - 'Q PBGZQACGTHCGES ,gb 1 1 4 I i I i 1 1 1 FITCHGUHG VUE' S 1 EUDJUCQZQATHQQN SHHlFHHGE l The Junior Prom-Class of I937 QHHIFHHGV A Short, Short, Short Story Once upon a time there was a student at Fitchburg State Teachers College. All his studies were prepared. Also he had done all the outside reading that had been assigned. Then one day he was taken to Waverly to do his post-graduate work. He is doing his student teaching there now. He will not come back because he likes it there. Moral: The early bird may catch a worm, but he is more likely to be over-fed. The Tuesday Night Dance Lights glare: someone objects - diminishing returns. The orthophonic is screeching and whining to an empty floor. Someone is singing "the music goes down and around-" and then "Bub-bub-ba-boo, etc." Would that we would escape but the atmosphere is hypnotic. The dance must go on so the struggle begins for an hour, sixty minutes or nine thousand six hundred seconds. Along the sidelines stand the "I wish I coulders", the "too tireds", and the "I don't choose to-ers" Cmuch akin to Amateur nighth. On the floor are the "I'm pretty goods", the "Pm not so goods," and the dancers-graceful couples! All are engaged in platonic dancing-as platonic as dancing can be in a gym- nasium 2 by 4, The evening is warm and so all the steam is on and the windows closed-thus inspiring an even temperature. fYou understand, meaning hotter than a region where I will reside some day.J Upon occasion censorious eyes survey the dancers but to no avail. Eight o'clock, time to stop. Aching feet plod their weary way homeward, until the next time. Jokes Ray: "Sometimes you appear really manly, and sometimes you are effeminate. How do you account for it?" Felix: "I suppose it's hereditary. Half of my ancestors were men and the other half women." Member of Faculty at Tea: "Mercy these cakes are hard as stone." Louise: "I know. Didn't you hear her say 'Take your pick'." ftf vk Pk Pls Mr. Landall: "Didn't I tell you to notice when the glue boiled over?" Pettee: "I did. It was quarter past ten." :lf ik Pl! ik Paul Foye: "I can't get my locker shut." Marsh Knowlton: "Try taking your foot out." Abe: "But I don't think I deserve an absolute zero." Dr. Percival: "Neither do I, but it is the lowest mark I am allowed to give." :lf :li Pl! bk Lucille: "Can you drive with one hand '?" Tappy: "You bet I can." Lucille: "Then have an apple." its :lf all Pk Ken Bowen: "Who's that girl giving us the glad eye '?" G. Pimentel: "Oh, just a school teacher who can't make her pupils behave." bk 2? 2? 211 Mary: "Remember, the Hall lights go out at 10:30." Ray: Don't worry, I'll be there." if Pk Ili Fli Bob McDowell 11:00 A. MJ: "I've been on flood patrol duty." Savoy: "G'wan, IT CAN'T HAPPEN HERE." Current Campus Cinema Cimilarities The Th ree Musketeers ..,,,,,C The Little Rebel ...,,.,....,.ee,. Desire ..........,..,,....... Les Miserctbles ........,......,. A Tale of Turo Cities ......... Small Tour-iz Girl ...,....., The Informer .....,.A. Grctizd Exit ......... R ljjT7'fl,jjt ...,,.......,.. ,, ,.,,, ,, Dressed to Thrill ........ . Dangerous .......,..,.... i. ,,,,,,,,,, , Show Them No Mercy ....,,,,, -,,,,,, Professional Soldier .....ee,.. Ah! Wilderness .......,....,,,,,,, The F Ctrrher Takes u Wife 4......, ,,,,,,, Follouf the Fleet .........,...,,,., ,,,,, ,,,,,,, Miss Pacific Fleet ........ Black Sheep .,...,,...........,., The During Young Mom ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Daute's Iuferizo ...,.,,,.,..... Hurrah for Love ........ - Grand Old Girl ......... Diamond Jim ..,.-........... The Woman tu Red ........ Borclertowrz ..........,........... A Night at the Opera ....... L Mutiny ou the Bounty ..,... Couficleututl ......,........,...,.,.......,,, ,,,,,,. The Story of Louis Pasteur ....... .,.... Superspeecl .....,...,.................... ....... O l fl d ti1'z'ntu-four Rose, Sara, and Mildred "Weesie" MaeSheehy Teaching Position Those who will be "at home" next year Worcester and Chicopee-McCue and Grise .Edith Hill Pussybumper Graduation Freshmen Fran Sherburne ? ? 'Z Instructors' Marks Fred Foley Rindge Road Marsh Knowlton Sailor Joe Rush Eleanor Cronin Those Who Didn't Buy SAXES Dean Anthony F. T. C. Men's Rest Room Mary Dufort and John Miss Bradt Abe Beleson Dot Falcon Lunenburg Trial by Jury Boys get Dean Anthony peeved Nothing around this place Ken Murdock McCue's Express Fllllllhtlilh Acknowledgments May we express our app1'ecz'a,t1'ofn to the folloznfing aidvertifsevs 11110 have helped to mal-ce this book possible Abbots Teachers Agency Advertisers Engraving Co. Art Club G. L. Balfour Co. Baylin's Fur Shop Brockelman Bros. Brook's Pharmacy Dr. J. N. Carriere Cary Teachers Agency City Cab City Cleaners and Dyers City Steam Laundry Crane Clothing Co. Cummings Theater Di Lucci, The Tailor Dramatic Club EPSILON PI TAU Fahlman's Bakery Fitchburg Coal Co. Fitchburg Creamery Fitchburg Gas and Electric Fitchburg Hardware Fitchburg and Leominster Railway Fitchburg Lunch Fitchburg Savings Bank Fitchburg Sentinel Fitchburg Mutual Fire Insurance Freshman Class Flynn Towel Gaveleer Society George Brothers A. Z. Goodfellow Goodwin Shoe Store Gruener Hardware Hanley Construction Co. Heslams Farm HICKORY STICK Holt and Bugbee Hope Rubber Co. Hotel Raymond A. S. Hyland Independent Cab Iver Johnson Co. Junior Class Kendall Catering Co. Kimball Clothing Co. F. H. Lane Clothing Co Legion's Pharmacy Lesure, the Florist M. A. C. Plan M. S. A. Mangel Clothing Store Matthews Motors Mercantile Printing Co Miller Clothing Store Mohawk Club Motor Tire Service Murphy Drug Store Nathan, the Jeweler Nichols and Frost Normal Spa Oyster Bar Rice Sz Co. 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