Moses Brown School - Mosaic Yearbook (Providence, RI)
- Class of 1937
Page 1 of 110
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
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CHARLI 5 F BROWN
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LMILX M JONES
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CIRIIN O PIFRRVL
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Baseball Squad V Soccer Squad IV Team V Manager
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Cla S1611 Orchestm III IV Scnence Club III IV
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158 Woodxx ard Road Provrdence R I
Assnstant Manager of Mmor Sports IV Manager V
Secretary of Second Form Secretary of Thrrd Form
Tre surer of Fourth Form Secretary of Fxfth Form
Mm nr Board Proscemum Club V Secretary SAC V
Honors I III Hxgh Honors II Second Englrsh Prlzc
CHARLES COURTNEY HASKELL
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1687 Brold Street Edgewood R I
Football Squad lV Tenrus Team IV V Proscenrum
Club V Glen Club V
ROBERT GEORGE INGRAHAM JR
Purley zouf lm rmfzlmzse 111181 plafe
200 Elmgrove Avenue Provrdence R I
Assrstant Manfmer of Baseball Team IV Manager V
Vrce Presrdent of Thxrd Form Presrdent of Thtrd Form
Presrclent of Fnfth Form Ed1tormCh1ef of Delpbmn
'llomfc Board Secretary of Scnence Club IV Proscemum
Club IV V SAC III V
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98 Park Avenue Edgewood R I
Baseball Team IV Capta1n V Football Team IV V
Soccer Team IV V Hockey Team IV Wrestlxng Team
V V1ce Prestdent of Fourth Form Moran Board Stage
Manager of Proscemum Club V S A C IV
PAUL REVERE LADD JR
One put! 1 by land tuo putll 1 by tea
144 DIVISION Street East Greenvuch R I
Tenms Squad V Delphzan Board V Morazr Board
Science Club IV Proscemum Club V Honors II III
CLARKE LINDLEY MURRAY
The bland menace yeah'
Brookstde Apponaug R I
Swnmmmg Team III IV V Scxence Club IV Treasurer
of Fxtst Form Treasurer of Second Form Photograplnc
Edttor of Mofazr Proscemum Club V Glee Club V
Honors I II
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236 Butler Avenue Providence R I
Track Team V Soccer Team V AIOJKZIC Board
EARL HARVEY POTTER JR
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East Greenw1ch R I
Football Squad III Team IV V Ass1stant Manager f
Track Team III S A C IV
WILLIAM BRUCE RICHARDSON
595 Greenvrlle Avenue Johnston R I
Baseball Squad IV Team V Football Team IV V
Wrestling Team II III IV V De1plmznBoardV Moral:
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126 Congdon Street Provxdence R I
Football Squad IV Team V Track Team IV V Sw1m
mmg Team IV V Paul Messer Trophy IV Delphmn
Board V Bustness Manager of 'Mosaic
ARTHUR GORDON SEAGRAVE
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2097 H1ghland Avenue Fall R1ver Mass
Swxmmmg Squad V
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1905 Hamson Street Phnladelphta Pa
Football Squad IV Trank Squad I II Team III IV V
Jumor Member of Athletnc Assocxatxon III Secretary V
Presldent of Fxrst Form Prestdent of Second Form Presx
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Presxdent of Flfth Form Delpbmn Board IV MOIHIC
Board Proscemum Club II III Presldent IV V SAC
GEORGE SIMMONS SPELT
STEPHEN GRANT STONE JR
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208 Edgewood Avenue Pleasantvrlle N Y
Track Squad IV Team V Cross Country Squad IV
Team V Proscemum Club V
RICHARD FARNSWORTH STAPLES
P S I made that one up mytel
52 Paterson Street Provrdence R I
Track Squad V Delpbmn Board V Momlr Board
Scrence Club IV Glee Club V Honors III
JOHN WEBLEY STEERE
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21 Barnes Street Provrdence R I
Baseball Squad IV Team V Manager of Football Team
V Wrestlnng Team IV Delpbfan Board V Edrtorrn
Chref of Mormf Proscemum Club III IV Secretary V
SAC II III Obadnah Brown Pr1zeII Honors II Hugh
Honorsl III IV Founders Prrzel II III IV French
Prrze IV Latm Prrze I II Frrst Englrsh Prrze I II III
IV Harvard Book Prrzc IV Cum Laude IV
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74 Elmgrove Avenue Provxdence R I
Assxstant Manager of Track Team III Manager IV Soc
Cer Team V Tennxs Squad IV V Delplmzn Board V
Momzr Board Proscemum Club II Obadiah Brown
ROY CHARLES WAKEMAN
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253 Armmgton Avenue Edgewood R I
Wrestl1ng Team V Momzc Board
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All Amenran Reid
249 Hope Street Brxstol R I
Prize Ilg Heneis 1, II, IVg Second Engiish Prize IVg Cum
CHARLES HENRY WEISKER
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Nololon Avenue Nnrotwn Herghm Conn
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iq F A Brown School IS concerned was set nn the center room of the HISI floor
li' Gil of the Lower School Burldlng 0ur teacher krndly Mlss Woodbury who
l, 4 5 111 the next year was put rn charge of the new kmdergarten was very busy
greetrng all of the very brg small boys who were belng dragged 1nto the
room by five or s1x fond relatlves Soon the room had the aspect of a p1cn1c some
of the boys were almost hysterncal, others curlous and the remalnxng few rather
aloof Added to the nonse they were makrng was the bedlam aroused by three t1mes
as many relatrves trynng varnly to correct whatever fault hrs or her chrld may have
had of the above three In my recollectron, the no1se was much akrn to that an a
borler factory In a lnttle whrle, perhaps two or three hours, Mlss Woodbury con
vrnced the screamrng wnldly yellnng adults that they were causlng more than the
usual amount of drsturbance and she manaved to get them all evrcted Then we
were able to settle down and begrn to acqurre the great excesses of knowledge wrth
whxch we are at the present trme blessed vue hope One of our most excrtrng sub
jects was arnthmetrc Each of us had a lnttle, round wooden block, a pencxl and a
prece of paper We were allotted a certarn amount of time and rn that t1me we
had to draw as many crrcles as we could up to one hundred and number them
Some of our less excltrng subjects were spellrng readrng and playrng 1n the sand
At recess we had to race around the old horse chestnut tree nn the yard, and rt vt asn t
long before we were runnrng around the tree as second graders
Mrss Anderson our second grade teacher not an lnfernor qualltv , and IH
rudentally the best lookxng teacher rn school had the trsk of rntroducrng us to Mrss
Chappell, rnk, and Madame Warge The latter two were much easner to get accus
tomed to, marnly because we were not yet sufflcrently brrdlrke for the work whnch
Mrss Chappell requlred of us For thrs slmple reason, Mnss Chappell's trrals and
trlbulatnons were many Madame Warge, on the other hand, got along famously
mth us wrth the evceptron of the trme that she got Mlss Chappell to lead us rn the
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Madames plan was not a great success The 1nk srtuatxon however, ecllpsed all
other events of that year All of us were anmous to use th1s strange new stuff that
dndn t erase, and we were very happy when If was hrst drshed out to us How
ever, most of the class regretted more than once the fact that only sandpaper took
mk off the floor The class was much larger and there was more devlltry rn the arr,
and If rs my OPIHIOH that we drstracted poor M1ss Anderson so that she didn t reallze
what she was dorng and accepted an offer of marriage
Almost before we knew If we vtere full fledged thrrd gr1ders,pract1cally ready
for the mtermedrates and were we proud' Most of our tnme that year was spent add
mg to our knowledge of Enghsh arlthmetrc French, etc but we also had t1me for a
few dnversrons Chlef of these was a young fellow named Alvrn enks He reg
ularly came to school late and just as regularly he wore an army unlform He was
qurte a picture as he clanked rnto the room 1n hrs blg boots There was also a broad
enrng or perhaps lengthenlng of our exerc1se at recess Instead of merely crrclmg
the horse chestnut tree we now ran all the way around the tenms courts I often
wonder where the thrrd graders run today, for both of these landmarks have srnce
dlsappeared Along towards Chrlstmas M1ss Crawford, our teacher fell and broke
her wrrst on the corner of her desk I am sure that th1s xncrdent wrll rema1n always
rndelrbly prrnted rn the mnnds of those who were present In the sprrng some mem
bers of the class who were lucky enough to get therr work done early were allowed
to cmrve prctures of boats on preces of wood These boats were then parnted IH beau
work IS the contest between the two sectnons of the class to see whrch rested best at
rest t1me Thxs contest was one of the few thmgs that have been put over on our
class It actually made us try to rest but we drdnt realrze rt As a matter of fact,
we almost rested the year away we were so eager to rest well, and nn no tlme we
left school for summer vacatron already qulte learned
Returnlng to school after a dellghtful rest from the darly routme of school actrv
IIICS we found ourselves no longer prlmarres but rntermedrates Our pedagogue
thrs year was M1ss Straw, a tall graceful mdrvrdual whom me had admrred at a d1s
tance ln our younger years It was her parnful task novx to grve us a helplng hand
on our way to hrgher learmng Possrbly our best memory of her IS that of her
favorrte trrck of usmg her glasses as mrrrors to keep tabs on her unruly charges
whxle she was wrmng on the blackboards
Sharp lrttle Mlss Sawyer was a nevs member of our rapndly rncreasmg number
of tclchers Well do we remember the frequent and enjoyable blrd walks on
sunny sprlng days Her duty as well as her ambltlon was to explam to us the bafflmg
secrets of nature Our good frlend Mrss Buffum,th1s year In connectron wrth a mrld
course rn elementary ancient hrstory kept us busy drawmg prctures of Egyptlan and
Phtfnrcran war and commercral vessels and Roman galleys Those gaxly colored
Ozzeerz Mmj J strll haunt us
To our number th1s year were added such personalltles as Bob Glll Alan Moses,
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and Paul Metcalf Lrttle dtd we thrnk that these ganglrng youths would so drstrn
vulsh themselves ln athletrcs durmg the ye 1rs to come
Christmas brought the tree presents and cmdy lor weeks we had been pre
parmg for the festrvrtres We cut leaves from heavy green paper and ptsted them
together to form beaut1ful wreaths These we hung ceremonrously at each wrndow
of that second floor room overlookrng the drrve rn the Lower School burldmg
Sprmg followed closely by summer came on none too swrftly and before we
realrzed rt the annual exhrbltron and commencement
Returnmg the next fall we were met by Mrss Chappell of Carthage Indrana a
suburb of Indtanapolns We had remembered her as the lady who rn prevrous years
had vamly endeavored to make Gallr Curcrs out of us We re not sure that she
drdn t succeed rn some cases Dnck Cleaves and Freddre Soule were duly tnxtrated
rnto our ranks this year
Fracttons now became our prrze drfficulty We couldn t for the lrfe of us seem
to solve 34 ' Added to our knowledge of proper fractrons were mnxed
fractlons Alas poor Yorrckl These trdbrts of elementary mathematrcs were the
cause of much worry for a number of us We cant remember the number of
moments rn tests when we couldn t make head or tall of these examples Thus state
ment doesn t rmply that we strll don t have such moments far from rt'
Lumb led our factron into the fray Our chref enemies were the thrrd mter
medrates led by Brll Alexander and Ed Cotter Who doesn t remember the varrous
prtched battles for possessron of the fort the east steps of the gym 7
The less warlrke mdrvrduals turned to agates Pots up to 32 up were not
uncommon Unquesttonably the top man m number of agates was Bob Fox Whether
he always had more to start wrth or whether he always won rs strll a questron
Even today he s no slouch even nf he IS a lrttle rusty from lack of practlce
Freld Day rn these days was held on the Lower School playground Early rn the
mornmg we would arrrve at school eager but a tr1He nervous Boy drdn t we feel
srlly struttmg around rn those baggy whrte shorts' In the afternoon came the base
ball games between teams C and D Somehow or other C won th1s year and at the
end of the season the members of the team were awarded the officral baseballs
As the length of the days mcreased the rest of the year 1929 1930 slowly de
creased and school was out untrl fall
On returnmg to the Alma Mater we found our teacher to be Mrss Krmberlm
and not Mtss Saw yer who we had thought would be our mstructress for the commg
year Thrs year vse had progressed sufficrently to be promoted to the play freld
on the corner of Lloyd and Weymouth Thrs field was reserved for the bug teams
Thus xx as the year that Jack Dunn and Bob Grll not to forget Alan Moses drstrn
gurshed themselves rn both football and baseball
To further our knowledge of hrstory became the duty of Mr Whrte head of
the Lower School Memorable to us are the eprsodes rn vnhrch Fred Barrows and
George Lumb played roles second only to Mr Whrte To these mmor characters he
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rs more than a mere memory Walkrng slowly up behrnd the whrsperrng rascals
whrle he was lecturrng on the lesson he would suddenly pounce upon these hapless
creatures and knock therr heads together One knock of thrs varrety was enough to
make such rndrvrduals mrnd therr P s and Q s, at least for the rest of the perrod
Soon sprrng came and wrth rt came preparatrons for the exhrbrtron Our specral
project thrs year was a mythrcal world crurse on the Empreat 0 B1 :lam Frrst of all
we sketched a ma of the world on a rece of beaverboard three feet b live feet All
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land and thc route of the lrner were prrnted yellow and the water was parnted a
dee brrllrant blue Varrous scenes encountered on such a trr were drawn on one
rnch crrcles and pasted on the map at the proper places
Shortly after the exhrbrtron came commencement and vacatron untrl the fall
September, 1931, came all too soon But as an end to fun comes, school always
comes too Our teacher thrs year was Mr D Allen of Marne, a good frrend and
an excellent teacher Our room thrs year was rn the Upper School burldrng rn what
rs now the Brology lab For thrs reason we assumed a superror attrtude over the less
fortunate thrrd rntermedrates, who were strll babres rn the Lower School sectron
We welcomed back rnto our group thrs year Gordy Fraser, who had just
returned from five years abroad To our group, also, were added Francrs fSp1der
Grlman and G W Hall Smrth more commonly called Bud Bud soon showed
hrmself to be an apt art student, for rt was thrs year that we were prrvrleged to use
the Studro under the watchful eye of Unkey Bob Rrce
Under Mr Allens drrectron several clubs were organrzed thc Brcyclc Club
Stamp Club and Camera Club Two of these clubs are strll actrve today The
Brcycle Club held several outrngs At one trme George Lumb rnvrted the boys to hrs
home rn Pawtucket and then to the Pawtucket Country Club for 1 steak drnncr At
anotl1er trme tl1e club journeyed to Bob Davrs home at Rumstrck Pornt In thrs out
mg a grateful class presented Mr Allen wrth a desk set rn apprecratron of hrs great
rnterest rn tl1e club
cspecrally vsrth Bob Congdon and Paul Metcalf Soon there vwrs 1 great demand for
thcsc pets lI'lCl Bob lllcl Prul profited from therr evcr rncrcrsrng number of rnrm 1ls
lhc rats wcre lccpt cverywhcrc, rn the lockers and rn the desks, cven sometrmcs rn
Mr Brrgl1am succeeded Mr Whrte as our hrstory teacher tl11s year Thrs gcntle
m rn h rd on tap an unfarlrng supply of experrences about hrs summers on the M rrne
corst whrch he could etsrly be persuaded to relate As rnterestrng as the storres
werc they also provrded a happy substrtute for hrstory lessons
Mr Aller1 presented small lovrng cups for varrous achrevements thrs yefrr A
cup for excellcncc rn m 1thematrcs went to Iohnny Steere, and the cup for cxccllence
rn spcllrng vtcnt to Bob lngrrm A cup w1s to bc prcscntcd for perfcct rrtendancc
but Drck C lc IVCS 1nd Alden M1rsh1ll wcre tred on the d ry of rcckonrng 'lm o cups
vxcrc then rwarded
One of thc more memorable occ rsrons vs as our crrcursron to Nevs port on Sprder s
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dred and seventy feet to the water from the Mt Hope Bridge
A few days before vie ition we trtveled to Boston by bus While we were there
we visited the U SS Cmztlzlnfzmz Bunker Hill Agasstz Museum and mtny other
The year drew to a close at Commencement Dick Qleaves was awarded a
medal for excellence in reading and Bob Ingram won the coveted Medal of Merit
And so our young days faded We were looking forward to the day when we
would be Upper Schoolers
In the fall of 1932 a heterogeneous group of small individuals gathered under
the common standard of the class of 37 To all who have been of its number the
connotations of First Form bring forth a flood of vague memories and perhaps
several more sharply preserved incidents To the particular group for whom First
Form is associated with the school year 32 35 it recalls the scene of twenty one
persons entering for the first time officially the large study hall their first en
counter with the grave dignity seated at the central desk their introduction to the
versatile faculty which was to guide them through the first of their prep school years
in short all the triumphs and disasters which went to make up that important
episode in their lives
Utter confusion prevailed that morning for the well intending but unrnitiated
group of First Formers Processes such as obtaining locker keys memorizing sched
ules purchasing books and supplies, and reporting to the correct class at the correct
time were executed with a minimum of efficiency The patience of the faculty must
have been severely tried by the apparent lack of mental agility displayed This same
faculty pl lyed an important ptrt in the lives of their students who I dare say vividly
remember each member for his various virtues and faults
There was Two Gun Pat whose first Latin assignment Ptter noster qui in
eielo est awakened the cl rss to the realization that there was here work to be
sirible traits had their just rcwtrds from time to time the air w1s disturbed by
whistling missiles fiying towtrds some culprit guilty of high misdemeanors tnd
exploding to shattered bits of ch ilk on the board lbovc Htppier recipients ctme
into possession of large chocol ite c Indies Pat is also remembered for the delight
ful Christmas party he gaxe to the First lorm
Ltnguiges were further pursued under the guidince of Mr Whitford and his
primer which might at first gl lncc hive been mistaken for a copy of Webster s
'lhe htndsome giant fMr Toddj in room 7 with his lzzmm Eufffzfb G121111111211
the ilso hrndsome but somewhtt smrller Mr Allen with his Morfuzz Pmrfztaf
flI!lf7NI6fIl and Bo co with his 1111101 btzefzce and later his Cfmszttzf Myths Tha'
L11 e Tfzlfzll completed the list of erudrtes Over in studio who c in forget the pleas
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vt as so tragtcally torn away at Chrrstmas vacation'
That fall the football team went through tts season undefeated a fine record
tue more remarkable vthen tt IS constdered that the feat was accomolrshed wrthout
tue asststance o Lfmf 0 57 representatton Though unrepresented on varsrty
tthletrcs, 37 found other outlets for tts ab1l1ty By a queer colnctdence, both mem
bers chosen to trke part rn thc Proscemum Club productton were cast 1n femtntne
roles It rs, hovwevcr tnteresttng to notc that one of the songsters R Cleavcs, held
h1s ovtn tn the bass sectton of the Glee Club
The prestdentxal electrons aroused much tnterest nf ltttle competrtton Moses
Brown s stravt vote declared Hoover elected by a large pluraltty Hoover 146
Roosevelt 11 Norman Thomas 10
Wtnter brought mth If two more lnnovatlons gym classes and Alumnr Hall
lectures In connectton wtth the latter the wtnter IS remembered especlally for the
appearance of Mtke Dorlzas rugged professor from Pennsylvan1a He told the
school almost everythtng about Balt ava, and Sumatra Then to prove that hts sole
accomphshment was not learnmg he ratsed the sylphltke E B Ratnes hugh IH the
ur to an exalted posttton on hrs palm
They were Alan Moses Gordon Fraser and Paul B Metcalf r respectrvely per
formtng the duttes of Prestdent Vlce Presrdent, and Secretary Treasurer
When the w1nter had drawn to a close and the Proscentum Club had presented
a superb three act play starrtng Prestdent Moses as Nancy the fellow classmates
paused to applaud therr representatrve, then dashed out to dtsperse for a few days
xacatron, whtch, of course, ended almost before lf began
Sprtng brought wuth tt tennts baseball on Pats team the 1ce cream man,
nd 1 general lethargy ho hum' Frrst formers, as well as other school men were
tpproached by hxgh pressure Momzc salesmen demandrng a prrncely sum for a book
vthtch the Frrst Iorm dtdn t know much about but whxch, they dtscovered was to
contatn a ptcture of flae mm as well as some other materral of more or less 1nterest,
sex eral purchased
By thrs trme those of 57 had almost learned to count themselves old trmers
Wlmat rf they dld have four years and some to go? Gettrng started was the hardest
part, was rt not? N09 Well so they thought The days droned past Father and
Son Day came and was enjoyed tmmensely by all Memonal day came and was lrke
vt tse enloyed, though there was no school
Last of all Commencement Day arnved Decked IH whrte flannels the men
arm ed to pay trtbute to the senror class Honors tn the form of prtzes were achteved
by ohn Webley Steere and Paul Barney Metcalf r
The year, as they looked back on 1t, had gone qutckly 37 had become a sub
stanttal part of Upper School and had by dtlrgent applrcatton or the grace of the
gods cut a place for themselves tn the second of the hve academtc d1v1s1ons at thexr
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possessed of a brt more self confrdence and drgnrty now that we had a year of expe
rrence behrnd us and we fell rnto the school routrne wrthout any great drfficultres
We were strll young enough to be squrrmrng targets for the suspectrn oculars of
the potentate of study hall The rntrrcacres of algebra were rntroduced to us by a new
teacher ackson B Adkrns the man who could get so thoroughly warmed up to hrs
subject that he would actually get ahead of hrmself Some of us contrnued our
studres of rmzgazr under the mrghty mrdget I can hear rt berng drrlled rnto you
now Cate others under Teddy Whrtford whose vorce would upon provocatron
approach rn rntensrty the best efforts of a foghorn The Whrtford raprd hre drs
trrbutron of frve mrnute 9 qurz books broke all speed records Under the able
gurdance of Coach Waughtel we acquarnted ourselves wrth the remarkable ex
plorts of Mr ulrus Caesar A swell trme was had by all rn Englrsh cl rss at the
cxpense of poor Newkre Newkre certamly deserved prty we must h tve made
hrs lrfe mrserable Although some of us were on the recervrng end of many 1 good
natured rrzzrng from the hrstory department we drd learn somethrng about hrstory
The varsrty football team of 1933 was rather rll fated rf rudged by rts scores Ir
the unror Fall Tennrs Tournament frnals Ed Cooper nosed out our flywerght tcnnrst
Soon after Thanksgrvrng we elected as our class presrdent Alan Moses as vrce
presrdent rmmre Clark and as the secretary treasurer Bob Drvrs ohn Steerc rnd
Paul Metc rlf ably represented our class on the S A C
Several new clubs were formed the Chess Club wrth r charter membershrp of
forty under the sponsorshrp of the frery topped demon of Den ll the Art Club
w hrch was popular among the boarders and the Moses Brown Chrrstran Assocrr
tron The orchestra was not much of a success but the Glee Club more than m rdc
up for rts deficrencres All together the year showed qurte an assortment of rctrx rtres
but the wrt who trred to start a polo team took the proverbr rl crke
Our hard fall grrnd was wound up by the usual three one act performances of
the Proscenrum Club rn whrch several members of 37 wowed em as female rm
To break the monotony of exrstence we managed to End ways other than those
rpproved by the authorrtres Once a week we were sent over to Alumnr Hall for an
hour of paper clrp shootrng and sprt ball throwrng accompanred by the broadcasted
musrc of Walter Damrosch and hrs lrttle apprecrated orchestra Poor Bobby Gray
could do nothrng more than stand helplessly by and exhrbrt an occasronal outburst
of temperament Now and then the perennral trrck of placrng paper or hymn books
on the strrngs of the study hall prano would rmpart rather strange tonal qualrtres to
the frrst chords of the mornrng hymn Occasronally Srr Isaac Newton or one of the
other bust boys would appear wrth a felt hat pulled down over one eyebrow and a
necktre frrmly knotted around hrs neck Among other waves of crrme was the sudden
armrng of the student body wrth frve cent apanese water prstols rather flrmsy of
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constructron but wrth a tremendous lrqurd capacrty One was never safe from a sud
den deluge from nowhere, and many a fierce water battle was waged
The entrance of a mangy lookrng mutt rnto study hall or classroom was alvr ays
good for a laugh and some unfortunate was usually delegated to escort the crea
turc to the nearest exrt Not so wrth Hrnre Prerce s farthful Pumzze No teacher
vt ho valued hrs popularrty ever challenged Pfzmzze r trtle to the freedom of the school
The ever popular Mrke Dorrzas pard us hrs annual vrsrt, thrs trme he spoke on
Germany Hrs abrlrty as a strong man however, rmpressed us far more than hrs
knowledge of geography He not only resrsted successfully the efforts of frve young
gymnasts to move hrs ponderous self, but actually lrfted above hrs head wrth one
arm the mrghty E B Rarnes
Durrng the wrnter most of the second formers drd gym work wrth oe Free
man Ed Cooper and Paul Metcalf drd 1 good rob on the swrmmrng team and
Brurser Rrchardson made a good showrng rn the one wrestlrng competrtron of the
year The track team, rn sprte of the serrous rllness of therr great coach, ubre
Howe, had a completely successful season In the Frrst and Second Form Track Meet,
Moses Grlman Dunn Bruner, Bradford, and others upheld the honor of the fresh
men to the tune of 46 to 10
In the sprrng plays our stage was graced for the first trme rn rts hrstory by farr
dele ates from our srster rnstrtutron No lon er were we to have beauteous herornes
About thrs trme the Bowdrtch brothers were gettmg therr marvelous seven foot
replrca of the Empftrr 0 Brzlam rnto the finrshed stage
After our well earned sprmg vacatron we came back to start the sprrng sports
season rn earnest The track team added to therr lrst of vrctorres The baseball team
was medrocre Most of us brats caught flres for Mr Allen Ed Cooper showed hrs
stuff on the courts One famrlrar srgn of sprrng was the reappearance of Joes rce
cream truck on the other srde of the wrre fence
At last came that great occasron, Father and Son Day The weather was rdeal
ubre was sufficrently recovered to be the announcer on the newly rnaugurated
publrc address system There rs a message rn the office for Mr ones The
papas Jornts were a brt too strff to make much headway agarnst the well trarned
ball team but they found revenge rn annrhrlatrng therr sons on the tennrs courts
To brrng the day to a perfect close we sat down to a turkey drnner a la Carr s and
warmed our vocal chords on such old favorrtes as zngle Bells wrth sound effects
supplred by spoon and glass
We counted weeks, days, hours, and mrnutes to the trme when vue should depart
for our summer vacatrons On june seventh we lrstened patrently to the commence
ment address of the Presrdent of Wheaton possrbly more rntrrgued by hrs luxurrous
crop of sprnach than by hrs frne speech, and joyfully departed from the shadovs of
Returnrng rn the fall, we found our forces augmented by several new fellows
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Staples Rowley Snell Potter Wrlkrns and Ingraham There promtsed to be and
was some confuston wtth two George Snells and two Bob Ingra ha ms
To be full fledged sophomores was qurte a prrvrlege and we took our new post
tron the mrdrxff of study hall wrth no small amount of prrde Here we found our
selves under the watchful vngrlance of O B H
Most of us tackled the problems of biology thoroughly enyoyrng oe Free
man s Frrday football chats Horace not the Latrn sage but the plaster manrkrn
rn the back of the Brology Lab wrllmgly allowed us to drssect h1m brt by b1t to see
what made h1m t1ck Algebra under jack Adktns and The Babe proved to be
a trvht squeeze for some of us but the C B turned out all rnght Coach man
aged w1th due effort to brrng the dead language to lnfe rn our uncultured m1nds
Les messreurs Cate et Whrtford rntroduced us to the rntrrcacres of the language of
Frfty Mrllxon Herr ose msprred others of us to proflt by hrs unbounded knowl
edge of Deutsch And then who IS there among us that can ever forget poor Mr
Newcomb s Englrsh course' Looktng back at rt now we wonder rn amazement at
hrs mdomxtable patrence Most of us deserved to have our youthful necks wrung
Certalnly there was never a dull moment 1n English Ill
Durrng the year we were entertained rn Alumnr Hall by many commendable
speakers and artrsts In the early fall the Hampton Srngers accompamed by uba
returned to us Of course we heard from the rnrmrtable Mrke Dortzas and
Branson De Cou Later nn the year the Caney Creek Crusaders showed us Yankees
what Book larnmg was dorng to them way down IH Kamtuckeh These vtslts are
the ones that wrll lmger longest rn our memorres
Durrng thus Thxrd Form year we were well represented rn all branches of
athletrc endeavor In football Baldy Aldrrch Harv Potter Snell and New
combe proved therr capabnlltles to the upper classmen The team was very success
ful as a whole untrl rt met defeat at the hands of Thayer and Governor Dummer
It wasn t untrl our sennor year that we really redeemed ourselves 1n the eyes of the
In the wmter season of contrnual track success the class was represented by
Spelt Baldy Gup Estes Bruner and S1d Bradford Wrestlrng was formally
rntroduced rnto the athletrc curriculum th1s wrnter Needless to say Ace and
Pudgy were two of the leadrng men on the team Also contendmg for grapplrng
honors from our class was Splder Gtlman who ended up by berng made Manager
after he had sustarned a broken collarbone In the pool Metcalf Chrps Murray
and Coop represented our venerable class IH a huge way Our swlmmmg team
was very successful that year losrng only to a super team from Brooklrne Massa
Probably one of the most rndelrble features of thrs wrnter was the Great Snow
Feet of snow fell blockrng all thoroughfares and tyrng up busrness around the
Southern Gateway for weeks Naturally at the same ttme we heard rn admomsh
mg tones the tale of Lrttle W1ll1e from O B H It was great fun for some of
the arctrc rnclrned of our members whose sk1s drew parallel lrnes all over the
campus It was weeks before the whrte turned to a soggy gray and stnll more weeks
before the soggy gray turned to green
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mld years They had a most d1s1llus1on1ng effect upon our buoyant sp1r1ts The
exammatrons dealt a SI1QgE'I'lIlg blow that warned most of us to buck up for the
year s half spent
Class electrons made Alan Moses, Presrdent oe Ingraham V P T me
Rotund Ingram Secretary Bob Davrs Treasurer At mrdyears when Moses left our
happy c1r le oe was elevated to Presrdent and Metcalf was elected V P
ust before the sprmg hohdays we were dehghtfully entertamed by the Thes
plans of our Proscenlum Club rn the product1on The ueen s Husband starrmg
Rxnk Earle Spelt tcted is stage hand par excellence for the opus
Spring arrrved md our youthful cranrums turned to thoughts of baseball tr 1ck
tcnnls Fathers Day C B s and ln short, 1 little of everything Tlme flew by at
an ever acceleratrng ptce 1nd all of us were busy rn our respectlve fields Coop
Davrs Lumb, and Gordy Iraser held up the class drstrnctlon on the courts Spelt
Gup Estes, Baldy and Bruner trod the cmder path and tossed the vwe1ghts
oe rushed bats and 1ce water for the Ball Club One of the memorable features
of a very enloyable Fathers Day was the defeat of the baseball team suffered at the
hands of the Elders Thc Fathers team conslsted of five former bug leaguers
To brmg the ye1r 1935 to in eventful climax we saw the seniors robed rn thelr
Sunday best receive thelr long ant1c1pated sheepsklns md become 1lL1I'Hl1l Sol
shone down from the he lvens that d ly 1nd silently innounced that vue xx ere
unofhcrally Fourth Formers The Boards were yet to some hence the unofhcul
Lookrng back at thns school year nom, we can say from our present exalted posl
txon as the Class of 37 There was a job well done
The end of the summer found us sc tttered lil Ill corners of the globe but once
more the srren ctll of our Alma Mater was too strong to be denied md btcle we
came laor us, the cllss of 1937 the elms of the wavmg fingers seemed to have 1
specral welcome opening the1r leafy arms wide to recelve us rn all our nevv ly found
drgnlty laor were we not unrors the prck of the crop the salt of the earth etc etc
etc P No babes rn arms were we nor were we caught IH the meshes of senrhty as ve ere
the senlors but we looked upon ourselves as young men, mature and healthy ready
to go places 1f glven half a chance We were rrdmg hrgh vude and handsome,
with no one to say us nay not the first day anyhow'
As vse looked ourselves over that first bright September morn, the absence of
m my old faces both student and faculty, and the addltlon of several promlsrng new
ones was the most notrceable thmg Gone were such old trmers as Paul Metcalf our
promrsmg breaststroker Bob Davrs George Lumb Bob Bruner and Alan Moses
To take their place we had drawn such notables as Don Blount, a track and football
star destmed to reach even greater fame under utker coaches Frank Scofield
whose feats rn the field of aquatrcs are legend, and even that famous bxt of horse
pl ry 1nd loud noise Bnll Alexander The great oe lreemrn under vxhose able
tutcl xge so many of us h rd waded through the depths of Bnology had succumbed
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to the rrrows of C uprd and w is no more to w hrp rnto sh rpe hrs footbrll rnd brology
teams wrth the rrd of a generous preee of ehewrng gum To hrs place on the grrdrrorr
returned our xeterrn master Goleh Wrrrglrtel rnd to hrs pl rce rn the classroom
reeeded one Mr Merrrtt a lrkable mln of firmness and deersron whose serrousness
of purpose was just a brt tempered rn the eyes of hrs el rsses by hrs dry humor Our
hopes for a brt of clownrng rn fourth Englrsh were quashed when the absenee of th rt
old rnevrtable Mr Newcomb was noted Hrs plaee had been frlled by Mr Brsrl
to hrs frrends Meserve who desprte the reputatron of hrs posrtron has managed to
do a most eredrtable job of keeprng a reasonable semblance of law and order
An exeellent start tow ard defl mon of our prrde was made when the hrgh horse
was suddenly and dehnrtely removed from under most of us by that emrnent master
of mathematres logre and psychology one Babe Herman It seems th rt the great
majorrty of the elass had made the mrstalee of eleetrng to trlee Plane Geometry As we
had just completed a eourse rn Algebra our eonhdenee rn our rbrlrty was somethrng
to see but Mr Herman would hive none of rt and rnsrsted that Geometry requrred
some orrgrnal thought We have srnee deerded th rt Mr Herman rs r man who
usually h rs at least a vague rdea of what he rs talkrng about
A dogged few of us strll clung to our L rtm wrth Co reh Warrglrtel at the wheel
we further negotrated the narrow and far from strarght paths of our old frrend
Creero French under Mr Whrtford and Mr Gate throve exceedrngly well as usual
German has rn recent years become much more popular than ever before and a good
many of us learned how to pronounce Gesundhert before Mr ose and Mr Cate
the lrttle man who rs never wrong bade us farewell Englrsh as always proved r
sturnblrng block rn the way of many and tradrtron has rt that rn the matter of pune
tuatron we were such an economrcal class that at the end of the year a number of
Mr Meserve s gram nrr books suffered a somewhat premature de rth at the hands of
therr overworked owners Chemrstrv at the tender h rnds of Nerl Hrlky rrd opened
up vast frelds for thought and CXIDCIIIHCIHIIIOII to most of us rnd rn our thrrst for
knowledge several of us almost met rn untrmely end rn the l rb To thrs day there
ean be seen rn the lab eerlrng the dent Srd Brldford s eork made when he put
mateh to hrs hydrogen generator before all the art had been drsplaeed Such delre rte
odors as ehlorrne and hydrogen sulphrde when wafted to the floor above brought
forth threats of homrcrde but nothrng serrous ever resulted Then too some of us
were even bold enough to plunge rnto Physres
In the field of athletres suffrce rt to sry that no small plrt of the suceess of the
several teams was due to the efforts of members of our class Warren ohnson drd
yeoman servrce as quarterback on the grrdrron and Don Blount played a large part
both rn earryrng the prgskrn on the only onee defeated football team and rn marn
tarnrng the phenomenal record of Mr Howe s crnder marvels Frank Scofield s per
formanees rn pool and field are memorable as are the explorts of Ed Cooper rn
soeeer rennrs and sw rmmrng George Spelt turned rn some marvelous performanees
on the tr reles at home and lbroad rnd by and lrrge the el rss of 17 aequrtted rtself
well rn every sport
Qeverxl of us suffered severe blows to v rnrty through I rnd Sehol tstre Aptr
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classes lrke a lecture or 1 hte drrll but after them several faces were just a shade
longer than before taking
Trral board exams were upon us before we knew rt and wrth much hard plug
grng most of us squeaked by but these served to grve us a taste of what we could
expect of the actual boards whrch were all too near
Father and Son Day dawned brrght and clear and luncheon rn the grove fol
lowed by the annual baseball game and tennrs matches furnxshed ample amusement
It was a sorry day for us when we watched our treasury report change color
from the banquet we must grve the senrors Desprte threats to charge admrssron
everyone agreed afterward that lf was worth rt and a good trme was enloyed by all
After a brref resplte from commencement and prom excrtement mostly the
latter the long grrnd of College Entrance Exams began When rt was over and we
had decrded that rt wasn t as bad as rt mlght have been we shook hands for the last
trme wrth those to whose place we were to accede the graduatrng senrors and fled
away to enjoy ourselves rn dorng as lrttle as possrble untrl the thrrst for knowledge
should once agarn recall us to the confines of walls so tall and stately
On Wednesday September 23 1936 the class of 37 commenced tts last long
year at M B We rmmedrately delved 1nto the depths of the two busrnesses at hand
school work and football Led by Captarn Aldrrch our contmgent proved them
selves very adept at the latter wrnnrng five games and losrng but one The clrmax
of our season was a strrrrng vrctory over Governor Dummer '17 s outstandrng con
trrbutron to the team was Garnett who although he had never played football
before qurckly mastered the game and was a shrnrng lrght on the defense After
the Thanksgrvrng vacat1on Aldrich repeated hrs generous grft of srlx er footballs to
As a sort of srde Issue we also settled down to get a firm grrp on our studres
hoprng that we mrght better the hrgh scholastxc attarnment of 36 We found rn our
mrclst a gentleman who was very wrllrng to help us do just that none other than
that great sclentlst Dutch Erchman And whrle we are rn our mrdst as rt were rt
mtght not be rnapproprrate to mentron some of the new addrtrons to our venerable
c ass Among them were those two gentlemen from Cranston Garnett and Old
ohn Cranston hrmself there was that excellent artrst Homer Gunn the covs boy
from Warren Howard ohnson Lrttle Eddre Whelan the LaSalle flash those men
from Hope Lamphere MacManus Remrngton and Schnerder Dan Olrvrer strarght
from Lrttle France that drummer boy Trm Rrchards and from out of nowhere
Drrscoll Wrechert and Seagrave And of course all the old standbys were present
Another hrghlrght of our pre Chrrstmas act1v1t1es was the electron of class
offrcers After a strrrrng campargn joe Ingraham was elected Presrdent Spelt
Vrce Presrdent Bob Ingram Secretary and Frank Drrscoll Tre xsurer
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dance of whtch there are four planned for the year It took Mr Thomas many years
to get permtsston to have the dances and tt must surely be grattfytng to htm to know
that they are really successful After the tea dance the members of the football team
were tendered thetr usual banquet and the Chrtstmas plays were presented to close
our dotngs for the year 1956
All too soon we were back at work tn the longest and hardest sesston of the year
the wtnter term For the first ttme tn many years we mtssed the prtvtlege of havtng
Dr Barbour address us at the opentng assembly of the New Year I know that the
days dragged terrtbly slowly but now that they are over tt would be dtfiicult to say
where they went I hope we learned somethtng Fortunately the wtnter season
offers a great vartety of athlettc acttvtttes-wrestltng track hockey and swtmmtng
Thts year for the first ttme the School was equtpped wtth a hockey rtnk but the mtld
ness of the wtnter prevented tts use However two games were played at the Arena
It was unfortunate that Whelan dtd not recetve a btt more help because he dts
played a dazzltng brand of hockey Captatn Cooper led the swtmmtng team through
an excepttonally successful season whtch was cltmaxed by a vtctory tn the Brown
Interscholasttcs Cooper Murray Butltngame Scofield and Whelan were the out
standtng members of the team The relay team of the ftrst four named were treated
to a trtp to the Nattonal Interscholasttcs but had to be content wtth stxth place The
track team made tts usual good showtng although tt lost tts first dual meet tn ftve
years The class of 37 had numerous stars tn thts sport among them Spelt Blount
Aldrtch Remtngton and Schnetder The wrestltng team had a rather dtsastrous sea
son but Rtchardson Bshara and Wetsker nobly upheld the honor of the School
The One Man Gang retatned hts 145 lb tttle tn the State meet at Brown
In educattonal fields we traveled htther and thtther wtth a large delegatton of
lecturers tn Alumnt Hall I am sure the most tmpresstve moment of the school year
came when Mr Watnwrtght the Hampton Stngers aged bass bade us au 161017
wtth a solo rendttton of Old Black oe
Many thtngs were done durtng thts term to help brtghten the drabness of school
ltfe One of these rays of sunshtne was furntshed by some of the members of our
class who tnststed for two or three days on stngtng ahead of the ptano at chapel
Much enjoyment was dertved from thts new tndoor sport before a halt was called by
the htgher ups Another pasttme of great tnterest was the conttnued stuffing of
George Harrtson s pocket wtth vartous arttcles at lunch by that master Wlt Burltn
game Also on many days members of the School gazed wtth envy at the four stu
dents of spectal French who more often than not departed from class reeling wtth
In some unknown manner the ttme sltpped by and before we realtzed tt the
sprtng play and Easter vacatton were upon us Soon however we were back tn
School recuperattng from eleven tough days and ntghts of vacatton The very first
afternoon of School the baseball team was out for practtce tn full force And as
thts btt of wrtttng goes to press and sprtng fever ts just around the corner I take tt
upon myself to greet next year s sentors wtth that ttme worn expresston popular
tzed by two of our tllustrtous members Ht men'
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GIRAID F MXIRS HOUCHTON LI TTS
CHARLI S W BRICC9 JR QHARLI S B SKOVIL JR
JOHN L BLGKWITH
VUILLIAM M BILLOVUS
JOHN S BLIVIN
B THOMAS BOWEN JR
CHARLLS W BRIGGS JR
FLETCHYR P BURTON JR
JOHN E CLARK
PLTER R COFFIN
HURFORD P CROSMAN
ROBERT P DODDS
H PARKLR DRISCOLL
HLNRX F DUNBAR JR
C CROMPTON 1:ARLL
H GARDNLR EARLI JR
FRANKLIN GRAVI S
ROBLRT E JACOBSON JR
XXIILLIAM H KIMBALL
DAVID C MARSHALL
ROISIRT L IVIARTIN
GLRALD II MYI RS
NATHAN P OAKLS JR
SAMULL C PARSONS
LLOIN W PLY MPTON
ARNOLD R POST
CHARLLS B SCOVIL, JR
CARL L SEILIR
ALIIIRT SITZIR R
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JACQUISC R SUMNIR
L RALSTON THOMAS JR
JAMES S TOWNSI ND
GEORGE I4 TYLIR
ARTHUR S XY'ALDLR
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R B ALDRIcH CIpr
S A GARNITT
C1 I HARRISON
H M JOHNSON
W C JOHNSON
J E LAMPHLRI
J M IVIACMANUS
E H POTTIR JR
W B RICHARDSON
L C SCOHLLD
D H TAYLOR
E J WHILAN
C W WILLS
J W STILRI My
S D BRADFORD
J H DUNN
K S JOHNSON
S G STONL
H P ELDRLDGL Mgr
L W COOPIR Capt
S D BRADFORD
R M CHACI
R D CLIAVIS
J A CRANSION JR
G F HARRISON JR
W C JOHNSON JR
J M MAC MANLIS
J H MAYO
J D OLIVILR JR
A R POST
I2 M WRIGHT JR
S INGRAM QMgrJ
R S ALLLN
J H BOLTON
A E HACKING JR
W C JOHNSON JR
W B RICHARDSON
R C WAKLMAN
C H WEISKER
W COOPLR QC1prJ
C SCOIIISLD JR
D CLFAVFS MgrJ
R B ALDRICH fCaprJ
D If BLOUNT
G S SPLLT
E W COOPER CapcJ
H G PRASLR JR
C C HASKLLI
H E M BILDBIRY
W C JOHNSON QCaprJ
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When School opened in September Coach Waughtel vxas greeted by a
squad which vtas small compared with last years W1th about tvxenty the
candtdates of whom only tive were lettermen he set to vsork vnth hls expert
hand to put a determined profictent team on the Held HIS success IS
a parent rn the hne record of the team has fourteenth ln tvsenty fixe years
at Moses Brown School
The Lawrence Academy game started the ball rolling avr ay from the
ulker goal ltne Playmg on even terms for the first half the uakers
headed by splendnd offenslve work 1n the backfield battled seventy hxe yards
down the field for a touchdown the only one of the game
The next Saturday the team journeyed to Wrlbraham on a damp cold
day They were defeated by a team vuth a combined offense and defense
whrch proved too much for the Quakers So stubborn was the Moses Brown
defense howex er that it was not untrl the thlrd perlod that Wnlbraham ment
ow er for the only touchdown of the game
The Tabor game resulted ln a 35 to 7 uctory for Moses Brovxn In this
game the uakers were filled vsxth a grtm determlnatron to wipe out their defeat of the last
game and they did so ulte effectnely as the final score shoxxs Ihe Blue backficld missed the
capable ball handlrng o Don Blount who had sprained hrs knee in the Wxlbraham game and
xx as unable to play for the rest of the season
In the fourth game mth the Harx ard Freshmen B team the uakers surprlsed the xrsrt
ors with a play that rs as old as football the sleeper Haxmg made no lmpressnon on the
opponents by stratght plays or passes quarterback olmson deerded to try to catch them off
a long pass from about the fifteen yard l1ne the ball trax eled the length of the field to the uslt
ors one yard l1nc Whelan made the touchdown for the first score of the game It was soon
followed by two more to close the score at 19 to 0 for the Quakers
The next game was mth Thayer Academy whtch was supposed to haxe a xery strong de
fense The home team hovx ex er under the guldance of Warreri ohnson and aided by the wer
satrle Clarey Wills came through on the top srde of a 34 0 score Wllls made the game espe
cially noteworthy by 1 spectacular run of seventy fixe yards through a broken held for one of
lor the last game of the season the uaker team journeyed to Gox ernor Dummer
Although some of the men were reeuperatnng from the preuous game all were full of determl
natron to offset the last year s defeat The Governors were the tirst to score from a long run
by their star back After this touchdown however Moses Brown took con mand of the game
and kept thelr opponents guessmg by their hard blocklng and tackling A pass from Wxlls to
ohnson tied the score at 6 6 and ohnson s place krck was good for the wmnmg polnt As Gox
ernor Dummer had been undefeated nn three years nt was a fitting finish for a very good season
although the hnal score does not lndtcate the supenorlty of the Moses Brown team
'Ihe 1956 team one of the best teams to represent the School rn many vears was rated
high among New lngland private schools The mann reason for th1s team s success asrde from
the excellent coaching of Mr Waughtel Mr Capasso and Mr Flrod and the many hours of
practice was the coordination and teamvsork the boys drsplayed No team vs hxch lb based on the
playmg abrhty of one man is as formldable as a team of elexen men workxng together The
Goxernor Dummer game proved this fact
Soon tftcr the close of the season Mr 'Ihomas axnrded twenty letters to the te un as
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shovun on page 51 and Bob Aldrxch presented hrs teammates with sllvcr footballs gifts from
Bob and Mr Aldrich Then came the football banquet The speakers were Mr Waughtel Mr
ack Mart1n and Mr Aldrrch Mr Thomas acted as toastmaster Captain Aldrich presented a
suitably mscrlbed sllver plate to Coach Waughtel md Asa Bshara presented Bob Aldrlch wtth
a snlver plaque from the members of the squad
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lollovxmg 1 mrld VHIIICI' mformal baseball practrce started
early thrs ycar The formal prattxce started as usual rmmedrately
after Spring Vacatlon under the vxgrlant tutelage of Coach
Wattghtel The nrst vseek was dex oted to battery and some fleldmg
practrce for the candrdates The team rnsplred by thrs condrtronmg
b1d falr to overcome the handrcap of mexperrence
On Saturday Aprll 17 the squad journeyed to Dedham to play
nts opener wrth Noble and Greenough Incrdentally Coach
rnaugurated h1s tvx enty s1xth year as Coach to Moses Brown teams
on th1s day After nlne rather method1cal and systematrc rnnrngs
we had hterally swamped our hosts 25 1 Clarey Wllls IS due for
a great deal of credrt for hrs excellent prtchlng on th1s occaslon Hrs
mound work for the afternoon netted hlm elghteen fanned batters
and only fixe hrts In the mfleld Armstrong Mayo Northrop Captam ohnson and
Slap Harnson played msprrtd ball In the fleld Rrchardson Whelan MacManus
Steere and Ohv1er played mrd season bill Gtrnett at the backstop proved hrs
ab1l1ty as a catcher Another feature of the day was ohnson s four blngles whrch
rncluded a double md a trlple
A week later on April 24 we played our Hrst home game agarnst the Towmes
of East Provrdence Not unt1l the fourth mnrng were the Quakers able to break
down a prtchrng barner and score two talhes 'Ihe game was well played through
out by both teams and at the completron of nt the score totaled f1ve to tvwo rn our
ftvor Battmg credtt must be EIVLII to Army Armstrong and Captam ohnny
ohnson They got three and four h1ts respectrvely durrng the course of the game
An enthusrastrc squad of substltutes gulded by Coaches Waughtel Elrod and
Raxnes conslsts of Town Hall Fred Allen MatGuyer Cushlng Urquhart Ollvrer
Red Farley Gang Rrchardson All of them eagerly awaxt the Chref Engrneer s
beck and call
At the moment of Wflflllg there rcmam eleven more games to be played Wah
1 reasonable amount of good fortune and Old Sol s approval vse hope to enjoy a
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Out of a group of comparatively green but willing candidates Coach
Howe this past winter built up a track team that showed his coaching ability
to no mean advantage
The team won the first meet with Noble and Greenough 48 to 15 Some
new names came to light in that contest Bill Remington and Alton Schnei
der both newcomers to the School as well as to the traek team showed their
prowess in the dash and 1000 respectiyely I rx in Ballou the erstwhile North
Kingston one man track team contributed to our score rn the shot put And
oe Lamphere flew around the boards to come in unheaded in the 600
The second meet considered by mmny to be the best of the year ended
in a 53 to 30 victory oyer Roxbury Latin who at that time appeared to be
our strongest rival Remrngton and Blount garnered first and second in the
dash and Spelt and Meehan took care of the hurdles Then Schneider pulled
the biggest upset of the meet by beating Wlieeler of Roxbury to the tape in
the 1000 But slowly and surely Roxbury began to catch up on the home
team until going into the 300 the score stood Z8 to 26 Taking the lead at
the gun Spelt finished with it still well in grasp although Young of Roxbury closed with a
The following Saturday Mr Howe took a group of well balanced relay teams to the fast
ern Seaboard Relay Chunpionships in the Boston Garden The boys came home as they did
last year tied for hrst place with Roxbury Latin The medley team of Dunn Remington Spelt
and Schneider came in lust behind Roxbury as did the two lap team of Lamphere Gunn
Thompson and Dunn Trailing by one point the one lap combination of Richards Rose and
The next week the team probably a little too confident after five years of straight victory
was conquered by a Tabor team that was not only w ell coached but also on its toes to take ad
yantage of ex ery break offered Blount and McLaughry got first and third in the high jump as
did Remington and Spelt in the dash Then Schneider was defeated in a fast 1000 as was
Spelt in the hurdles Ballou lost out in the shot by only one quarter of an inch Each was a
minor catastrophe but summed up they spelt yictory for Tabor Academy
On February 27 the team minus half of its strength because of inelrgibilrty finished fourth
in the Y M C A meet at Hope Field
Then with all triggers cocked and all eyes open they came home from the Private Schools
Championships tied for first place at 40X with Roxburv Latin Blount set a new high yump
meet mark at 6 feet ZA Inches and came in second in the dash Remington won the 40 and
fought a tough duel in the 300 to capture third place Ballou heayed his best shot put of the
season to win at 49 feet 1 inch and Captain Bob Aldneh trailed him to garner fourth place
Schneider tagged Wheeler to capture second place in the 1000 while Spelt got second in the
300 and fifth in the dash and hurdles Dunn and Lamphere our 600 duo finished the meet
with third and fifth places respectively and 40 points on the team s scoreboard
The winter season was a success eyen though it included a defeat Every member of the
team ran hard and clean even when not ahead They deserye good luck in all their future track
work So Mr Howe I say no team could ever haye a better coach to run for and no runner
could want a better man to back him up through than and thick
With the nucleus of his winter team added to by a number of newcomers Mr Howe
should have quite a successful spring campaign Ballou MeLaughry Ciaptain Aldrich Blount
Scofield and Richards will be busy taking care of the field eyents while Remington Rose
Bates Dunn Spelt Schneider and Lamphere will add up scores inthe running events
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Whrlc the 1937 SWIIIIITTIHS, team s succcss was made possible by four of
the best swimmers ever to compete for Moscs Brown credit belongs to a
whole team of sporting swimmers Under the capable guidance of Mr Whit
ford thc team brought forth its very bcst and deserx es to be long remem
bered for its achiex ements
The season started off with a bang and a smashing victory over Dean
Academy in their ovsn pool This first meet shovsed that by virtue of Frank
Scofield and Clarkc Murray in the 100 yard and 50 yard dash Capt Ld
Cooper in thc bacltstroke and Don Burlingame in the 200 yard event we
could present a strong offensive
Our second meet was thc much dreaded Harvard Interscholastlcs
Handicapped by sickness and possibly a little stage fright the team was not
at its best Nothing daunted however was our West Polnter to be Frank
Scofield as he demonstrated quite conclusively by snatching first place ln
the 50 yard dash to break the school record of 24 6 seconds negotiating the
distance 1n 24 2 seconds Frank also captured thrrd place in the 100 yard
free style evcnt which by the vsay had an unusually fast field Don Burlingame and Capt Ed
vxcre ehminatcd in the finals but in thc 200 yard relay plated fourth to Tome Exeter and
The meet that is alu ays the high spot of the Moses Brown season the St George s meet
follovsed next and a very stiff battle featuring Capt Ld Cooper lrank Scofield Clarke Mur
ray and Don Burlingame found the Quakers out ahead by a very close margin 35 31 La
The first defeat of the season came when the Redyackets of Pawtucket handed us a neat
trimming 35 30 The Quaker Mermen did not seem to be in thc best of form Frank Scofield
and Clarkc Murray again took first and second respectively in the 50 yard dash Capt Cooper
sn itched the backstrokc as did Don Burlmgame the 200 yard event and points were scored by
Sherman Woodward and Adrian Sanford in the breaststroke and dives respectively but even
this shovsing was not enough to win for Ryan had been Scofield s match in the 100 In this
mcet hopes for a good relay team were aroused which were to be more than realized before thc
end of the season
In the meet with the Brown Freshmen our team was hopelessly outclassed in all but a wery
fevs ewents and the meet vxent qurte decisively to the Iirosh who broke three records
An outstanding performance in ex ery vsay was turned in by our vsearers of the blue and
vshite at the Brovxn Interscholastics Frank Sconeld Clarke Murray Capt Ed Cooper and Don
Burlingame that seemingly unbcatable combination did wonders in all their own events and
thcn in the hnest form Clllllbllltll in the 200 yard relay to equal thc mect record of one minute
10 scconds cutting down qurtc definitely the old School record of one minute 44 seconds
1 rank Scofield was mrssmg at the final meet of the year the triangular meet bctween Moses
Brown Pawtucket and M I T Ireshmen Although the rest of the team did yeoman service
his weight was needcd to stem the tide Pawtucket slipped under the bars for a first and the
uakers had to be satisfied with middle positron The same seniors Woodward Murray
Cooper and Burlingame were agarn the mainstays and did their best as always and thus ended
another chapter in the annals of Moses Brown a iuatics May other seasons be as credltable as
this one and other tcams carry on the tradition thcy have established
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At the close of the football season attentlon was turned to the lower
ll ld where Coach Ilorle and Captaln Cooper were assembling the few
yetertns who remamed and w ho were to form the nucleus for the 1936 team
Besides Cooper there were ohnson Wrrglmt and C lcay es 'lhe squad was
iugmented by Pftlmlblllg new mttcrul ll'l the persons of Reinhard Muller
Post Schnelder Baldwm and Ill all about twenty one determined men
But a few days of practice w erc allow ed before the first game the Brow n
Ireshmen contest lme weather prewaxled as the sauad droye down to Ses
sions Street where rt was destlned to wm by the close score of two to one
One of the hrgh points of the game was Goalie Harr1son s phenomenal stop
of the free krck whlch successful m1ght haye turned vlctory to defeat Cap
tam Cooper s brrlhant sho mtmg a counted for b mth goals
'Ihe next week a hopeful squad droye down to Mlddletown for the Hrst
of the annual games wlth St Georges A few hours later rt dejectedly mo
tored baclc through a deluge of ram Next day an article m the Pmzzdeme
mnmzl earned a caption ualcer Booters Drop 6 1 Contest The strong
St George s team wxth an admirable dlsplay of ablhty had succeeded rn routmg our forces
The second St George s game though of hlce culmrnatron was much more to the credit of
the ey er rmproymg team As Ilve 011111411 remarleed St Georges School Wins Soccer Game
by 4 2 Score The artrclc contmued Moses Brow n School s soccer team forced the unde
feated St Georges School cleyen to come from behmd to wm 4 2 yesterday afternoon as they
met 111 the second game of their annual home and home senes at Moses Brow n lleld
Playing at top speed through the openmg quarter Moses Brown pressed the attaclc to boot
home two goals one by Captam Cooper and the other by Schnelder In each of the first two
quarters St Georges scored thereby brmgrng the game to a tie at the half Unable to score
igam the Moses Brown team was defeated when two more pomts were made by St George s
rn the last half Cooper and Sheble starred for their respectxye teams
Toward the end of the season a fourth and list game with 'I hornton was added to thc
schedule Determined to wm the team gnmly entered play opposing a group of relatryely
small fellows who howcyer seemed to be present at all parts of the field and at all times
ugglmg the ball from one to another they slipped past a total of three goals One strangely
remrnrscent of Schnelders bewxldermg shot in the St Georges game carcencd crazlly off the
edge of the post and through Happily how eyer before the closmg mxnutes came Baldwm and
Cooper had each been able to score Wrth about one mmute to go Captain Cooper say ed the
day by a beautlful clean shot whlch the OPPOSll1g goalie ney er touched the game was a 3 3 t1e
Thornton s first Ill forty two games
The 1936 soccer season closed wrth the ball well up rn opponent territory and with a credrt
lble rf not unnformly yrctonous record behmd C aptam Cooper and the team
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STANUY L CATI' Manager
Thrs year s call for tennrs candrdates was answered by four let
termen Captam Ed Cooper Gordy lrrser Herbert Medbery and
Courtncv Hrskell plus crght candrdatcs lrlnk Driscoll George
Long Qtrter Palmcr Ltrl Tanner H Wleclmert Phrhp Grfford
Robcrt L tthrop and Lcon lostcr
lrank Driscoll wls thc runner up for thc Albert Horton 3rd
Fall Senlor Tenn1s Trophy Thls cup and the Chase Cup won last
year by Ind Cooper for the best rndxvrdual player are awarded at the
end of cach ycar and afford competlme mterest among the tennrs
fans The competrtron for these two prizes keeps the sport very
much ll1VC throughout the greater part of the school year
By dlnt of hard work on the part of Cotches Herman and Adkins the team de
sprte bad werther condrtrons at the begnnnrng of the sprung season was put rnto con
drtron for rts first match agarnst Huntmgton School on Aprrl 24
Cooper Medbery and Htskell took thcrr singles rn strarght sets 6 1 6 3 6 5 6 1
6 4 6 2 rcspectn ely At thc end of thc SlIN,lLS match Moscs Brown w as ahead 4 2
Wrtlm the nd of Drrscoll lostcr Long rl lnncr and Lathrop the match was won 6 J
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'Ihe marn purpose of cross country runnrne rt Moses Brown rs
to tr un drstance men for the wrnter ind sprrng seasons Last fall 1
squad consrstrng of one letterman md seven new runners valrantly
kept thrs goal before them desprte therr farlure to place first rn
any of the three meets on the sehedule Therr persrstence was not
w rthout eompensatron They had the satrsfaetron of rnauguratrng 1
new course entrrely w rthrn the Sehool grounds but wrth many 1 hrll
to trx therr strength They ilso h rd the fun of rntroduerng to therr
sport Rernhard Muller, the Germ rn Lxehange student, whose dog
gedness won admrrltron even though he trarled hrs fellow runners
'Ihe season opened wrth the Rhode Island Interseholastrc 'I raek Coaches Cross
Country Carnrx rl w hreh was held at Trrggs Memorml Park One hundred and
thrrty erght athletes eompeted representrng fourteen sehools Moses Brown rin rn 1
trrangul ir race w rth De L1 Salle Academy and South Krngstown It was an enjoyable
oee rsron, espeerally for Muller Never havrng seen before any Amerrean hrgh sehool
binds he w as mueh rmpressed by the srze and number of the orgrnrzatrons present
Dunn placed frrst for Moses Brown but hrs posrtron ts well as hrs followrng te rm
m rtes w rs far enough down the lrst to net the School only thrrd rn the raee
North Krngstow n next vrnqurshed Moses Brown though by 1 small pornt mar
grn Qaptarn ohnson 1nd Dunn erme rn seeond and thrrd behrnd Tueker of North
Ixrngstown who drd the Sehool s new eourse rn 15 mrnutes and 20 6 seeonds Other
posrtrons mrde by Moses Brown runners were rs follows Stone 6 Br rdford 8
Prlmer, 10 hddy 12 rnd Gunn Io
In the hnal meet wrth Lockwood Hrzgh School the team met strlfer and flster
eompetrtron The w rnnrng Lockwood runner covered the approxrmately two and one
half rnrle course rn 15 mrnutes and 0 4 second ohnson and Dunn thrs trme plaeed
thrrd and fourth respeetrx ely Palmer placed erghth Stone nrnth Gunn tenth rnd
At the close of the season Mr Thomas awarded letters to Qaptarn johnson
Brrdford Dunn Palmer Stone and Manager Eldredge
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Rorsrrrr S INCRAM Manager
As the first week of anuary drew around the famrlrar faces of part of
last years vsrestlrng team appeared once more rn the gym for rnstructron
under therr new coach Ed Falsrglro They were Bruce Rrchardson Asa
Bshara and Charlre Wersker The other candrdates to report were ack
Bolton Phrlrp Bowdrtch Arnold Post George Urquhart Albert Hackrng
Robert Allen bcnror Nrcholson Harvey Pottcr and Roy Wakeman
'Ihc thrrd season of wrestlrng opened wrth a defeat for Moses Brown by East Provrdence
Bruce Rrchardson started off on the rrght foot by garnrng an casy decrsron over thc Townre
representatrve whrle the Ace tossed hrs 165 pound opponent rn good trme oe Hackrng
could not compete wrth last year s 126 pound state cnampron llrnt Because of rnexperrence
Bolton was thrown rn thc 110 pound class Urquhart rn the 118 pound class Potter rn the 155
pound class and Wakeman rn the 175 pound class The resultrng score was East Provrdence
30 Moses Brown 8
In the second meet we prcked up consrderably rn our clash wrth Cranston jack Bolton
and Hackrng lost only after hard fought battles 'Ihen Wersker Rrchardson Potter and Bshara
stepped rn to prn therr men rn raprd successron rocketrng the score The thrrll of the afternoon
came when Nrck werghrng 148 pounds was confronted by a 175 pound Cranstonrte
However the long drawn out contest ended when Senror s shoulders were at last forced to the
mat We tred at 20
Our rrvals from Country Day came out on top the followrng week Both schools furnrshed
good men but we vson only erght pomts Warren ohnson who had never wrestled before
drsplaycd hrs natural abrlrty by obtarnrng a refc rces dccrsron The feature of the day occurred
when Mr Bshara walked rnto the famous Trllrnghast who after some delay put an unbreakable
half nelson on Asa Another brtter drsapporntment came when Bowen starred rn a keenly con
povr ered hrs man but our grapplers rn the 110 126 and 135 pound classes were Hoored
We vrere more fortunate rn our tussle wrth Central Hrgh managrng to hold off 13 pornts
vshrle the rnvaders captured 23 Rrchardson got mrxed up wrth the former 135 champ and was
smeared wrth blood before garnrng a decrsron Then Ace bounced hrs playmate on the mat
Hackrngs luck was strll poor srnce he could nor drsentanglc hrmself from the others grrp
Wersker rn the 118 pound class was a vrctor agarn
The St George s mcct finrshed wrth the honors conceded to the opposrtron It was an rn
tensely excrtrng day for the reason that all of our scorrng was burlt up by decrsrons Prnky
Post for thc first try of hrs career went rn to gne all he had but was hurled to the cam as by the
larger gladrator In thc 118 pound class Wcrsker vras frnally caught by a decrsron and Prerce
the 135 pounder fell under the Newport delegate Thesc rnrsfortunes were followed by Rrch
ardson s ohnson s and Bshara s trrumphs rn a scrres of decrsrons Roy farled agarn rn a toss
In a short final dual meet the trde turned rn our favor Werslcer opened the program by
vrrnnrng agarnst the Govcrnor Dummer asprrant Al Hackrng s first bout away from home
agreed vsrth hrm as he brokc through to whrp the South Byfreld 126 pounder Thrngs drd not
turn out so xxell rn the next class but Rrchardson rarsed the mark by tossrng therr best man rn
5 50 The Fall Rrser wrzz Bshara garned a decrsron but Wakeman was downed rn a strff
The season was concluded by the Brovrn lnterscholastrcs on March 19 and 20 Rrchardson
for the thrrd trme became a state champron retarnrng last year s 145 pound trtle In the finals
he prnncd Bower of Country Day rn 7 09 Chace became a vrctrm rn the prelrmrnarres to the
strong hold of Sullrxan of East Proxrdence but Asa Bshara kept on untrl the semr finals H
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Our record thrs year although not qurte so successful as those of other years was made 10 a
slrghtly longer schedulc Wrth the evceptron of Governor Dummer all the mcets were held rn
the Moses Brown gymnasrum and attracted unusually cnthusrastrc and blg crowds We con
gratulate coach Fd Falsrglro under whom the entrre group seems to have made rapld progress
wrth the Western Free Style method of wrestlrrg
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MOSES BROWN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Mr Waughtcl Mr Ra nes hir H
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George S Spelr Rcberr B Aldr ch Crrrtr Prlrer
I PON enrollment every boy rn School automatrcally becomes a
MIKQ member of the Athletrc Assocratron So that the athletrc mterests of
EY the student body may be handled efficlently however the members
R22 delegate therr powers to an Executlve Commrttee consrstrng of four
students and three masters elected by the student body each sprrng
The prrncrpal dutres of the Executrve Commlttee actrng on behalf of the
members are as follows
1 To award letters
2 To approve schedules for all sports
3 To nomrnate for managershrps and assrstant managershrps
nomlnate candrdates for the succeedrng Executrve Commrttee
The followrng were members of the Commrttee for 1936 1937 Robert B
Aldrnch Presrdent George S Spelt Secretary Carter Palmer umor Member
Mr Howe Mr Rames Mr Waughtel Faculty Members
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to the Club Mrs Andrews produced 1 brll that upheld the Club s reputatron
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the brggest farce of the evenrng Then Drummond Ladd Cleaves Garner
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marsh and Chaffee grvmg the audience a chance to hoxxl at the antlcs of Mr
Greene xxhrle he all but lost hrs Job
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Seovrl Frank Drummond ohn Cranston Lee Poster Thomas Yatman Elrza
beth Grlman Sylxra Str1ckler Marv Laston Barbara encks Peggy Bowen
Smce the burldmg of .1 master set by last year s stage crew the scenery has
become much srmpler to handle yet more effeetrve m appearance Warren ohn
son vxas stage manager succeedmg T Steere He xx as greatly arded by Murray
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THE STUDENT ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE
Mr Herman R P Norton J H Mayo M A Gamm no Jr R deO IwIcLaughry
A H Sktnner r A G Clayton C Palmer J E McCall F W Izaston 5rd
F I Driscoll R S Ingram F W Cooper G S Spelt R G lngraham jr
f , HE actrvrtres of the S A C drd not get under way untll the mrddle of
C1 If November thrs year The membershrp nn this organlzatron was com
l if pr1sed of the class officers rnstead of elected members The Frfth
ll, 1 5 -All Form was grven however the prrvrlege of elecnng one addltxonal
member from tts numbers When all members were present there
was a total of srxteen The first task of the newly organrzed assembly was o
elect tts officers Ed Cooper was elected Charrman and Bob Ingram was elected
Secretary To George Spelt was glven the assrgnment of keepmg the bulletrn
board up to date
As customary the S A C collected the annual Good Wrll Fund pledges
Thxs money whrch amounted to a goodly sum was dlstrrbuted among the many
worthy dependencres rn our communrty and rn other parts of the country
Among these organrzatrons are the Near East Foundatron the Caney Creek
Communrty Center the Hampton Insntute the Provndence Communrty Fund
and the Sparta Ga Industrral Home In the trme of the great Hood crrsrs 1n
the early part of 1937 the School because of the generous contrlbutrons was
able to make a generous grft to the Amerrcan Red Cross for the relref of
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R P Lathrop A H Sknnner Jr K I:dwardS C F Brown Jr G A Beals I R Thomai
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G F Tyler F W EISIOD Srd H P Crosman C F Txylor D Lndd D Hamilton A
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GRANVILLE A BEALS, JR
GEORGE F BLIVEN, JR
JOHN S BLIVEN
LEIGHTON T BOHL, JR
CHARLES W BRIGGS, JR
CHARLES F BROWN JR
STANLEY E GATE
ALDEN G CLAYTON
HURFORD P CROSMAN
ALAN M DECKER
FREDERIC W EASTON, prd
GEORGE S EDDY
RALPH H KEENEY
ROBERT L LATHROP
HERBERT E M NIIIDBLRY JR
EDWARD D PILRGE
WILLIAM H PHINNEY
CHARLES B SCOVIL, JR
A HOMER SKINNER, JR
ROY L SPELMAN
CHARLES N TALBOT, J
CHARLES F TAYLOR
L RALSTON THOMAS, JR
GEORGE C THOMPSON
JOHN A TILLINGHAST
GEORGE F 'IYLER
ALLEN N YOUNG
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CIASS OF 1911 DICIAMATION PRI7I
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CIIARLIS BARKFR SC0v1L JR
PRIYL FOR IXCELLI NCI' IIN FRI:NC,H
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PRIZI' FOR EXCELLENCE IN LATIN
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Beef PFOVISIODS and Fancy Dressed
293 CANAL STREET
BLANDING 86 BLANDING
9 Wayland Square
155 Westmxnster Street
160 Westmlnster Street
Congratulatxons and Best WlShES
TI-IE OUTLET COMPANY
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76 Westmlnster St Provldence R
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Engraved Weddlng Statlonery
Engraved Busmess and SOCIHI Statlonery
63 WASHINGTON ST
ATLANTIC SUPER SERVICE
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Boy and I ozztfvy Dept 5rd floor
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323 Taunton Avenue
East Provldence Rhode Island
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QS Chestnut Street
CLARK FLOWER SHOP nc
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FRESH FLOWERS DAILY
F T D Flowers by Wlre
294 Thayer Street GAspee 82
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METAL CRAFTS SHOP
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