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— THE 1930 PICKOUT — 3?unfor Clas i tovp 1927=1928 Orientation Week and the Sojjhoniores initiated the class of ' 31 into the start of a four years sojourn at the Institute. Success as a class was shown by the holding of our annual banquet unmolested by our rivals, holding the Sophs to a scoreless tie in football, and having strong representations in all branches of the college ' s activities. Individually the fellows made good records in studies, athletics, social life, and student organization. 1928=1929 This year as the aggressors, we waged the annual battle with the first-year men. We put the freshmen through their paces and also in their lowly places. We trampled the Frosh in the annual football game but they were able to hold their buffet lunch witli little opposition from our class. " Al " Grant was elected to lead the class during our Sophomore days. The Sophomores won the class relay at Upstream Day. The class bettered its record of freshman days by taking bigger and better parts in the Institute ' s affairs. 1929=1930 " History repeats itself " — so that even with a slightly smaller number in the class, we were able to add to the past achievements of the class. Anyone who looks through the class roster will readily see why the class is proud of its record. Included in that list are the names of the three captains of Tex- tile ' s three sports, besides. Executive Council, members and officers, football manager, business manager of The Text, and others who have active interests in Tex- tile ' s well-being. Incidentally, the captain of the 1929 football team was re-elected to lead the 1930 team. For the second consecutive year, Al Grant was elected President of the class of ' 31. But special note should be made of the fact that Miss Margaret Maher has been secretary of the class for three years. Senior days are but a short way off and soon we will be seeking new fields to conquer. 61
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— THE 1930 PICKOUT — f:f)e f unior Class! f unior Clasig 0ffmxi Alfred T. Grant Gerald T. Quigley Margaret Maker Francis L. Toher HlAG N. PiLIGIAN President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Executive Council 60
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THE 1930 PICKOVT — 1931 Class i oU Name Course Allard, Edward Joseph IV Bagshaw, Herbert Arthur VI Bradford, William Swatstton VI BuRTT, Joseph Frederic VI Casey, Francis Harold IV Danahy, Arthur Joseph IV DuGGAN, Paul Curran IV French, Wallace Howe IV Grant, Alfred Thomas IV Hale, Ralph Edgar IV Hall, Stanley Arundel IV Hardman, Joseph Edwin IV HosMER, Frank Barbour IV IvERs, Gerald Anthony IV Jarek, Julius IV Johnson, Norman Alvin IV Lathrop, John Dun IV LiFLAND, Abraham IV Loveless, Everton Hanscom VI McAllister, Gordon IV McDonald, John Joseph IV Maher, Margaret Mary IV Parker, John George, Jr. IV Peterson, Eric Arthur IV PiLIGAN, HlAG NiSHAN IV Quigley, Gerald Francis IV Rawlinson, Richard AVilliam VI Russell, Harold William VI Stewart, Alexander VI Stifel, Edward William, Jr. IV Sung, Harvey VI Toher, Francis Luke IV Verry, Richard Morton III Wallace, Joseph Max IV School Last Attended Lowell High School Lowell High School Punchard High School Hebron Academy Mechanic Arts High School Lowell High School Lowell High School Lowell High School Somersworth High School West Newbury High School Haverhill High School Lowell High School New Hampton School Lowell High School Lowell High School Deep River High School Lewis Institute English High School Mt. Hermon Academy Howe High School Lowell High School Notre Dame Aacdemy Chelmsford High School Lowell High School Central High School Lowell High School Lowell High School Sanford High School Punchard High School Principia High School Peking Academy Hope High School Salem High School Maiden High School Home Address Lowell, Mass. Lowell, Mass. Andover, Mass. Lowell, Mass. Roslindale, Mass. Lowell, Mass. Lowell, Mass. Lowell, Mass. Somersworth, N. H. West Newbury, Mass. Haverhill, Mass. Lowell, Mass. Lowell, Mass. East Chelmsford, Mass. Lowell, Mass. Deep River, Conn. South Manchester, Conn. Roxbury, Mass. Melrose, Mass. Carlisle, Mass. Lowell, Mass. Lowell, Mass. Chelmsford, Mass. Lowell, Mass. Springfield, Mass. Lowell, Mass. Lowell, Mass. Sanford, Me. Andover, Mass. Wheeling, W. Va. Tsinanfu, China Providence, R. I. Salem, Mass. Maiden, Mass. 62
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