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Page 17 text:
MR. ARTHUR LEE FIELD
Registrar, Latin and Mathematics
We often wonder what the Academy would do
without Mr. Field, for, besides conducting classes in
Latin and advanced mathematics, he also computes
the period marks, which seems to us a very boresome
task. lf there is one member of the faculty that
has a deep propensity for exactness, it is Mr. Field.
At any time one can expect an outburst of humor
from him followed by a hearty laugh, and We can
truthfully say that the students laugh with him
instead of otherwise. Our only regret is that we
could not have taken a course in Greek and, for
some of us, Latin before entering one of his classes.
Not a few will remember in the years to come Mr.
Field for his fairness and for the many valuable
lessons we have learned from him.
MR. CHARLES CLARKE DWYER
Teacher of Biology and
Director of Athletics
Coach is probably the best known member of our
faculty, not only in the classroom but on the athletic
held. His help and advice at the gym have made
life there pleasant and helpful for all. He is Ath-
letic Director in the true sense of the word. Many
a fellow who was discouraged has changed his
mind after a few words from Coach. We were glad
to learn this fall that he would resume his coaching
duties after a lapse of several years, aiding his
former pupil, Danny MacFayden, in handling base'
ball. Vsfe will always remember Coach Dwyer's pep
talks at our rallies. He is truly a part of Hebron
which we will never forget.
Page 16 text:
DR. RALPH LESLIE HUNT
AB., Bates: A.M., Colbyg Ed.D., University of
As the headmaster of the Academy, Dr. Hunt is
a true friend and a faithful guardian of every boy
in his charge. His valuable, informal talks make
the chapel period worthwhile. Those who are both'
ered with some problem, no matter what it may be,
all seek Dr. Hunt for his helpful advice: many of
the students find it very pleasing and well worth
the time to visit him for a heartftofheart chat. Dr.
Hunt believes that the building of line character
traits in the student body is all important. Towards
this goal he works. It is hard to set forth the deep
appreciation we feel for the enduring aid he has
given. Regardless of what the coming years may
have in store for us, we know that Dr. Hunt and
Hebron Academy will be the inspirations that will
spur us on to success.
Page 18 text:
MR. TRUMAN WILSON HOLLIS
Mathematics and Coaching
MR. HOWARD RODNEY EMERY
A.B., Bowdoin: M,A., Harvard
Dean, History and Coaching
Of all the i'profs" at Hebron Mr. Emery is per'
haps the most respected and admired. As Dean,
he comes in personal contact with all the fellows
and their various problems, and can always be
counted upon to give good advice. The Dean is
also head of the disciplinary department at Hebron,
and there is not a fellow here who would deny that
everyone always gets a fair break. In addition to
of history, Mr. Emery
past four years, and we
again this season. Mr.
in the memory of the
being Dean and professor
has coached tennis for the
hope to have him with us
Emery will always remain
Class of '42 as a fine teacher and a steadfast friend.
This is Coach Hollis' nineteenth year at Hebron
Academy, and during this period he has become
one of the bestfliked and most popular "profs"
in the school. His popularity has been attained
through his excellent work in the classroom and
the time athletic teams he has turned out. It has
become a tradition here at Hebron to expect a good
team under his guidance, and this tradition has yet
to be broken. His work in the classroom continues
to he as fruitful and thorough as ever. He has a
way of instilling knowledge without making his
method of teaching displeasing. His keen wit and
personality prevent this. We hope Coach Hollis
will continue to have many more successful years
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