Moses Brown School - Mosaic Yearbook (Providence, RI)

 - Class of 1938

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Lygv Allan Lawrence Eastman fnry 1 1 ' IUI1tLVk4MN.l 'Imurs inn H1111 IN lsx Albert Mitchell Eastwood 9 11413 Sxilflfltl 731141 S11 e up 1 50 Intcrwale Rand Proudence R I bxxrmmrng Term III IV V Glcc Club V Chew Club I II III IV V1ccPrcs1cIc:nt V WJ? , Rxchard Brown Fleflihel' 'Duk Fletch Hello flk e 11" Governor Street Prmrdcnce R I Awsrznt INI1r'1g.,Lr cf Sucrcr 'lcrm IV M1n.1g.,er V Assrsum IWIIIIIAELI' uf Hockey Tum IV Awsrrnr Mm LNCLIIIUHI Club III IV V IV u III IV K L65 Francis Leon Foster, 0 Pm: my :fm Iii PYLNILILIH Awnun Prmrdumu 'Iqnms Term IV V D Ip! nz I5 url N II ISU rmunrum C lub V I I9 'll ,rZ. . . , I X -- - I , Ap. -. L'4J.N1AlA.a-f.f1 I ., 5 X4 I ' V, fl I If ..:' v ' U , 1" 1 rrgrrrtof WresrIirmg Team IV, Manager .IiluI.1ir Bnntrdg Prw: A ' I . , ilirclmestrrr III, 3 Glue CI h . , V. K 4.1 n 1. -K", 'A . XX , ' Jr. I .f cl ' u z' 'ff 4' 4 , 1 lf vi. 0. I 'gr Uulir' ' P ' Q . fr , 1 1- 1- ' - V 1 I f M c 6.644 Roger Morse Freeman Rag Rad 'lllzrj Hang gum mnlrmg 33 Hazard Avenue Prmldence R I Iuotluall 'Ium V Track Squid IV V Wrcstllng Squad V Vncc Prwxdcnt of Fxrst Form Vice Prestdcnt uf bc-cond Form Delplamn Board V llllldlf Board Pm xccmum Club V Orchestra III IV Glcc Club IV Hun uriblc Mcntmn nn Senmr DtCllll1dIltlI1S IV William Pattangall Gilman Will 'Bill In Mama Ilaeg all do Ledgemere Augusta Mame Track Tcam V N! Albert Edward liallkillg, JI' I-lark LA! Pmllmn r uefjllalng 111 Me 119 Ch.1pclStrcet Saylebullc R I Football Team V, Wrcatlrng Team IV Captam V Medal Wlnner nn 115 pound Clasa, Brown lnterscholastlcs, Orchestra IV vffr X L T I . , ,. cp? - . I ',l ", A ' I Ll I ' 1 - T 1 . 1 ' 1 ' . , . -A f.tc.-.4-f ,HI JL. O t76, Grenvnlle Rueckert Hood ref? Tha! 5 our Gunn to Brenton Axcnue Prowxdence R l Assntmt Manger mf Tenms Team IV lNIamp.,er V Delpblnz Board V Orchestra ll Thomas Sheppard Ingham, Jr 'Tom H1 mateg' 77 West Park Place Newark Dela Baseball Squad V Football Squad V Treasurer of Fnfth Form Managmg Edrtor of Hmm Proscemum Club V 5AC V YUIM UL, Lxueev' 511719 Tent Ernest George Israel Time marrber rm 61 Forest Street Fall Rrwcr Mrsx Brieball Squul V Footbxll 'lelm V Sonar Tum V Fxfth Form 1nd School Wrnner of T1 Ut CurrtntAffa1rs NJ , 1, lo-1 L13 Svummmg Tum III IV CIPIIIFI V Tcnms bquad IN V Drlflfum Bond V H1 Ill Board C I1 urmm of 'IL1 Cnmmxttu IX ss I 1 lll L Howard BIOOII1 JOHIISOI1 l 14 1 lL Vulustc IN xx 11 IH, qu IX! B1 I eff' Ralph nan Keeney Hum 1:1 111 In 1111117111171 IUl'l'llIlC Axcnuc I"rm1ucnu R Trusuur of Secund Furm DJ 61171 Bnud V Hu 1 IV fum I mudc IV B Q-IMA ks -Meo- Robert Penfneld Lathrop 7301 F ge I Ill I t' 105 BL num ima: Brndgcpnrx Cmm lc' II"l'nn'I my July? 23 Hr I 'kxh rc R 1.1 I. W' ' 1 -r. Lass. 5 im: I 4' 5 .III IV. ,IILJIII V1 f7!7lJll 4.II'I V, Q!! I lfxfj 1 , J K e IA! vi K jj . 1 Ifv' I A f' 1 .4 1. ff. .' 'A -. "I .I. 'f .V 1 fp L 1' LI 111' Bourdg Hunurs IV1 Frcnfh Prize IVQ First Iinglislm Prize 1 Q fi 11111 July If ilu Ilvlzlf ' ,, l ,' , V 3' ' lf f. iv chef cjlllb III. WI 1l1'm..eQ1vgc:u,i1 I.. II' IV. N Q , Z C, :af . U g '7 Harold Edminston Lemont, Jr. .fee Harry LAI f..I'l you que 711-1 mr' .4 pnlbf 1351 Suurh Broadway. Iiast l'mvidL-ncc. R. I. Fmnball Squad IV. wl1'I4I'LlCli Squad III, Vg Clic-ss Club V. Eugene Rodman Lester All Amun 1:1 Ilfllmfm 70 Mcclvmy Street Pruvmlcnu. R I Oulmurra V Glee Club V g,b'l'tl lhgj, Qglkf lixifxll L, John Hildreth Mayo Jvlnfrfe Jvlnmenzezt ll ilu IILIQ :far XI Imrrum Avenue Pruwdcmn R I I5uLb1llTL1m IV V Fumblll ILIIH V Smmu Tum IV Vue Prcsxdem of Fuurrlu Form VILL PICNILILFII of Ill:Il1 Iwrm Df1'7llUl Bmld V PFIISLLUIUITI Club V SAC, IV' 0 1 I , . . V, I ,. - "1 I -I . -,, , R' r v . . .' 1 LII' ,Y IIX fI', 74,k'I V, ,x V' .-.' V . a."a In 1 4 H1 Lf '. 1 , ' g ,U .A 3 l.II. ,Y. ,I 6 .. QV, - rl "1 .4 ,, .,. .,- .,.,-L-fr I Olilzll' Ormn, lfnf lui!-rmzhr. I8 Rhmlc- Island Avcnuc. pfUX'ILIL'IIL'L'. R. I. mrlmll Squad V1 Icnniw 'I'c.1m III. IV. fl!!-f..lPI.IlII L 1l'5II'.l Ig Lxlcc Llulv Vg Lllwm Club I, II. III. IV, vnl ' william R0bel'f N0l'l'lS llc 1 H p Aunun mnlumu I ,fvpd-fypq fj7,"'1f'-""' Carter Palmer Cn! Bzlrge IU! IDL 4 60 Stxmwn Annum Prmulpmc R I cntlvill Squid IV V 'I Q quid II IV Cru Country bqulcl III Ium IV Tcnms Squid IV V unmr IKILmlvcr uf Arhlntn ASsnultwn President V Prcsldcm of Flrsr Fnrm Pruxdcm mf Fourth Form D him Bnxrd IV ILIII 1 ln Clucf V Inlmrrln Cllld I Pr as mum C u I Ill IV Prem cn C I rs IV Snurn IDKLIIN 1 nun In run m mu Herbert Earl Morgan Medbery, Jr. I I H1 .vrNII. H , X Z' .fr wflfflf "jf-1-'I 7 ll. ' you qu! yum' flu IIIINII1 fum? Ill illru '- A. Pr " ' I. I. 4 ' A I Lil f . Kzriq' ' F1 . f 4 . 1 'r.Vk S I ' . III. 1 . VS J J g I - 1 eff? A. 4 . 2 'nw'-' - , ' 3 f ' -A - --I of.IIf1..i4',' ncc I Il IW . II .,.. 'LI' t V1 SA. . I. Illg I-Iunu, I. II. 1 Q -' al 5 ' 'JI1 Ifizc Il. Hal' 'A 'I H1 Ii P A' ' IV: Cu I.. I' IV. , 14 L., - A 4 Robert Neighbors Pevoto 110 Lyndon Road, Edgewood, Cranston. R. I. ' Chess Club V. Thornton Munroe Richards, Jr 93 Ste-rlrng Avenue Whrte Phmi N Y Truk Team IV V Orchestra IV V 73ob The Texar Ranger, 'Tmz A vludj In Bmun Vmcent Lloyd Sheehan 8iAyr1ulr Strut Provrdcnne R I Bzsehlll Team V Foothxll Team V " X 'ofa 151044, Q , . 3 . K. 5, ,. ' J 3 ' , Q - . - Q Y . ' J, . J' V .Qyh ,Q 1 if Hou' do 3014 do the algebra? 1 , 1 ' . vw . ' D- ,CQ V X!-,fx f ' I Richard Sinknnson filing 73115 Rau Aunul S15 mul L R snlnll Squad V 'lxull Squid III 1 I lk Squid IV obwh hw Andrew Homer Skinner, Jr wzlmodmc SEIU TM 5111114 1 Silppf South Su lnscl Illlwulmlnxulx Hmllq bqulcl IV Tcnmw Squul X S rctuy uf :lu Second Fnrm SCCYCIIFS of the Iwvulth Form 'Hn Bond Chus u I :norm I IN bust Lngls Prxz II Munn Inglxsh Prlzc IV Cum I uudc IV AW-ft.fi-4-4-4'-AJ Donald Harris Taylor 'Don ll Il lt. I I 1 I I 1 S11 Llxngrmn Axumux Prmndnnu R I I ul .1II'Ium IV X Smur bquad IV X Trusuru nf st lmm SLLFLIIN ul Sgurml Form DLI bl II Fm A Busmus Mlnlgcr uf Hn in AC IV C 1 C lub IV 9 'WLJ I7 sv7,,n-vs, 68 -:I '- -..1l'I-..I. Ifla - . f . 1 A 4 " .I . . 5I4L'.lII IV. V1 I v kvy Q . , l ' - , sf' Q.. I C I 'f I ' is IH L . ' 1 1 - I 'L cc I" A Q g ' a ' ' ' ' 3 I um' 1' 3 Cl IH . II. III. IV. V1 Art Clulw I. II: Glee Club Vg S.A.C. II. III. IVg Fuumlcfs Prizc- II, III: lil: . ,-II. III. 'Q I 'I'.'l1 "e Ig Q' I f. fl ' rx . f N- if I E r, ' win .101 1111 ,H I 1 1'u'.pw'. :U b, za lx fax' ' . .Q .L - Fifi I ' 1 Aa H' Af" 3 f'f1 I: url IVQ ,I 1 QY' . I. S. .Q III, Q Ilcss A I I J., , . - I George Clifford Thompson zdge lane 114 I Cvreenvuth Connutlcut Track Team IV V Hn III Board Honors IV Obadnah Brovsn Tree Lssay Prnzc II IV Hlnnah-I Ba1ley Essay Pnzc IV sin' .1 Pardon Elisha Tillinghast T111 Tlllle I 014 :nz I tt! Jlflllfld ibut 59 Fast Orchard Avenue Provrdence R I Amstant Manager of Btseball Team IV Mlnager V Board Glee Club I Art Club Il Cl1eSs Club Ill V Obadlah Broun 'lrtc Iswy Prnt I Honors I II Al Theodore Francis Tucker Ted Tedurk Le! J IL H u 1 117 Walpcmle Street Norwood Mass tot all quid IV V Tru. quid IV V Hmm Board Poundcrs PULL IV Honors IV Cum laude IV T A11 QC!! Ltfll 1 I 'I . ' . gr If ' 5 K Q ' ' ' ' ' ' . 3 1 ' . f ' ,f 1 'X --' .1 . l A- ' ' ' s.. 4, .' 1 N r I ' 4" ' . President of Second Formg Delphirm Board IVQ Xllmuir A .1 Q 1 1 I 9 - , 1 . ' ' f- :fig g ' , . Q : M J t ,wi 1 . l VAS I , P . - f. Frlia Sz . 1 a'kSz . Q. rl' , 3 , 'S , , Q . A. . D ,. 7 , I 1 ' xl 5 V J Q LA NI George Robert Urquhart, Jr f PILIIH 1 H W U C 1116 QPII ILRBI RP I IUCRB L 'N A gil --- fiasco-w-4159. QM uhfULP15E ANU BUGGYDAYS X C1 X F!rlP"" '13 -...L I Glafu Jhfukmf Loxx 1 R Qc H001 xc UL the Lllssot nb LO wmv. lf K lNIillI sumr NVQ hug strlddgn tom xml xxlrh if 11LX6I'L1lLilI'lQ fell md xxc ook bzdx upon our rcmrd xxlrh prlde in px XX c L muor hopg U rm xll 111 the datuls or ucnrs III xxhldw our mrrhx 1 uw s n lr dnbltnrs lm ILUJF5 hvurul but lu L15 xmll for 1 fl M on vxhar m lv coma to our mmds It xx .15 mx IV blck m the muldle UXLIIIICS thc clms of our Almm Mmr Hwmv M Lulty bun Lolxul md uru from 1 summer qunlwl5 up lcwrdlnqlx Lnrnred xx1 1 1 tmge of rLbell1oL1sl1c-us mm in presume ot M155 Qmnrh Onlx the prod ung5 md sowrlung xmrdb ot mxmus ur mms knpt our mmrmns from m 1lxlI1Q dum aulxn tclr ubr IS up lppurgd I'CQOI1LllLLi r ln mu LI lumheou rolled lI'OLl1ld ml uc xx rm lnbcrlrcd ior the rest of thc du Bdorn lgumv hmxuar muh mums 15 P1 mu Curry Ixmglmt xstrun Vxoltc Pmdlprun P mursr Dakar Hood C me QIHIII Sl1de,C IPOIOSIO 1-I mkmb Obtbx O Lcxrv md lnonlx lx Ld bun su doxxn IS the Ll us 115111 Ik L ww mm Nm We rnmcmbcr VIVILHY hours ot labor spent trlcmq LUFULLILS VNIIILII Mlm Smith lllblbfttl were our IIJIULS Nur blmlw were pl mul If our dmposll .xml wc ware ldV15LLl to mum IS hlgh 15 we could My msg 1 blodx par number on the floor Wlille the rear of us were struggling 111 flu rum the ummm P 15rr.1m 1115 pnlc low' sxmc ulmumui xx IS hcml lustcrdy uw or uv :rv sum uvhry nw It LIYIIYIIIIIC 'I xx lb 1 gcm , 5 6.1km 1 torewn l1nf'u1f'e md xlmosf bdore we kmw lf wg were 511111111 grulprb undnr tha QLIILIIIILC of A1158 Audcrbon Our forces were further lug mented by the 1fflV1l of Messrs Keeney Kenyon Slxumcr md 565510115 'Ilu latter, our lxdy 5 mm thought our tc ldur quite 1 good loolxcr lm judggrncur xx 1511 r b ul md xxc mlovcd lm pldymg upto har She mrroduud 115 to hIIdlmL XVUQQ the m 111111115 of lddlllllll and 5L1bfI'KIlOIl .md 'Ilm lxmdlv lremh lidy xxlth mes pants p1I'kSSLUX md other unmtel lxgxlwlc uprumom lppcllul srrorvly .lt hrsr to our 511151 of humor but 11115 fCC'1lI10 5111111 gh mgcd Bdore the end of the year xu xuu xhlc rn show our wood ruth by f W5 W ' I' ,W 4 4 "" 1, , I X I ff M- v 3.4.3, 1 . , v ' is I" I O i,iif12R13xw 1 1 Q mc v 1' K Q 'Q A' " ' 1 J , - . . - 3 4 . V A A I h 1 A V x ,Q 2 i ru the ' fi -151 5 mr. . A , " -' I 11.1 "l ' 2 ' L ' 1' ,1- 'wl fz,.,,?fV I W I K i 'D . - I Q Y A A A L I L ' f ,C , , . A 'V N ' ' - vA 4 L d nj. ' 1 f 4 ' L D wa j url lA yuh Jlg 5, ' l J 1 1 3, " L J ' , '1 I 'L 4 5 ' ' lk ' U -, A xl 1 IIA toll b t 'DI '- -3, --bl, ' ' 11' ' ' . '31 - 0 us hc 'Q' 1 k - 115 'lf in V' A, -QP" S1 r- inir- rlmr we hrgr came under the slmdn-ms of Ncwrrlwlcssq time Passekl Swiftly Km, ' 1 1 ' . f I, 4- 1 1 5- .' , . ' ,. - . "1 I '- 1 l 'l guy ,L .- . . 'Z W, ' ', ' A f ' ' A 1 " , Y 1 . L N K . x I L 'L 9 ku ' A Q 1 5 li ' 2 L i 42- . ' K to ou fare in the hulls of 1 hi, A - ' 4 k Y h' I h . 1 Q L L ,A ,C A . . 1 . l g L 4 K 'j ' ,, ,' W, ,, -K. , .. ,I , ink, ' A " T ' L ', " her f W, . If f, f L K ' " . .' 1 . .vm - - urkl J. . . la . K -1. gk' ' I 1 11 A Q I 1 Q1 . 1 'A I Y j. ' 'L I ' W' " 7 ' 11 nf ' , Jus mn- l ig, l 1 I py Q ilyf " " - 1 1 5 ' 3, .4 ' quaxerrng Au Clarr de 11 Lune and Frere acques In the thrrd primary we w ere held to gether by M155 Cr rw ford She would not tolerate our playing tag around the ears rn the front yard and soon most of us knew what twenty mrnutes detentron meant 'I hose who didn t had therr hrst experrence with that formerly mythical power, our rnexorrble prrnerpal, Mr Wlirte 'l hat ve rr Miss Bultum tried assrduously to brrng out the artist rn us Since we had just completed an abrrdged edrtron of Rolmzrwz Cmmt, she thought rt would be appropriate for us to attempt what she ealled hrs pretorral biography IIHee trvely rntrrgued we consumed reams of paper rmrgrnrng poor Robinson rn all hrs drew hrs conception of the shrpw reek with the smoke of a steamer rn the background une came quickly on the heels of an exuberant spring and the 18 ers parted with M155 Crawford The next year 29 found the class standard rarsed rn a sectron of the School entrrely foreign to us Mrddle House where we occupied the easternmost room Another innovation was that there were Zzz 0 new teachers awartrng us M155 Brekel and Miss Collyer We attributed the aug mented force to the fact that we were now full fledged first intermediates far removed from the prrmarres M155 Brekel IS remembered for the law and order which always prevarled rn her classes though she was by no means a strict drscrplrnarran On the other hand M155 Collyer 5 geography and spelling classes were conducted on an extremely lrberal basis She was unable to cope wrth the uproars that frequently broke out Mueh eonfusron lrose over the praetreally rdentreal tall twins Channrng and Arthur The elrss being serted alphrbetreally the two sat one behind the other IVIISS Col lyer nexer sure of whrch srt in baels or whrch was hopelessly mixed up the first month much to the delight of the class Phrl astram, on the occasion of hrs birthday plunged us rnto the social whrrl when we w ere hrs guests as the presenter tron of the musrerl opera Rohm Hood Perhaps there w rs a trifle of drsturbanee rn the restaurant where we drned but our tetrons certainly drd not iustrfy the words w hreh the manager rpplred to them After all he had plenty of dishes and tumblers left, hadn t hee 'lrllrnghast not to be outdone, feted us royrlly rt the Plantations Club No reeount of thrs year could be com plete wrthout rnentron of our presentation of Mrs Paine s versron of Dickens Chair! was Cam! 'Ihe tall and ganglrng astram, a perfeet Scrooge and the dashrng Ned Ostby complete with long pants, was a dashrng nephew to say nothrng of Park hurst 5 hilarious Tiny Trm The perform ance was nearly terminated when Phrl was rn the mrdst of drsplayrng hrs hrstrronre abrlrty for with a deafening crash the screen rn front of the stage entrance fell to the floor After Senator Palmer had presented to the School our grft of two pretures whrch to thrs day adorn our former classroom we adjourned for the summer September saw us reassembled in the same room though there w as now a partr tron across rt separating us rnto two groups Over one M155 Chappell held sw ay over the other Mrs Charles the avratrrx Those who were boarders clrmbed once more the forty steps to Bel mont to be greeted bv the rndefatrgable Mrssee That we strll have a place rn our hearts for the motherly lady who through the ye rrs bound up our wounds rnd lrstened to our pleas rs evrdenced by the number of our group who floele to her summer eamp rn New Harnpshrre Among the new faces were Al Fast las' n 7 - ' je . , . . Y I - A. V V' 7 . V . Q I I I . . ' 'Z U ' ' ' , ' 2 ' . 'S 1 f . Q . .. ,. . , A J ' , I 1 1 . ' . 7 .I , ' ' . ' ' . ' .'k. - dilemmas. One enthusiastic individual whose voice was comparatively deep, made A 1 ' ' Y ' Y. 1' ' V , U 4 f .5 f ' . ' 7 " 5 . r J - s , ' , - I , , , . . . . . . . .Q 7 7 ' ' r 1 y 1 , , L , ' , , , v 7 Y - . 4 . , 3 7 5 ' 3 . . ' 2 A . ' . A 2. . - 1 ' ' ' 1 A 1 2 I ' , s v - f . . y A 5 1 l . ' ' - A A 1 s 4 - a V- wood Don Taylor Welt Wrllrams and Swede orgenson One of our pleasantest weekly drstrac trons besrdes Muslc Apprecratron and Walter Damrosch was the half hour spent wrth Mlss Dolly or Dxmples Derrrck son a dlscrple of the arm movement theory of penmanshrp Her monotonous one two fbfee four arm movement there ohn two lbfee four may or may not have grven rhythm to our wrrtrng She soon became drscouraged however and by and by allowed us to follow our own drctates At th1s pornt Mr Whrte assumed a more dlrect connectron wrth us than for merly He torled tndustrrously to 1nst1ll rnto our obstrnate skulls a few facts of Amerrcan Hlstory Lavrshly costumed th1s t1me the 385 agaxn took to the stage wrth the presenta tron of George Washrngton Fullback Wrllrams held the lrmellght as the xmpos mg General George and he was ably sup ported by Iseeney as Martha It was really a fme lrttle skrt The thnrd and most glorrous of our soclal affarrs was promulgated by Brlly Slade also on hrs brrthday Once more the Plantatrons Club was selected as the vrc tum After a sumptuous d1nner much bangrng on the table secured a magrcnan That talented gentleman fanled to appease the gang howex er and under the leader shlp of the late General Washrngton we arose as a body and left the hall Havrng securely locked those mrschref makers Wolfe and Sessrons rn the telephone booth we proceeded towards the fountarn where program sheets were converted 1nto deadly water bombs Takmg up a posrtron commandrng the entrance to the mens room the squad prepared for any tuxedo clad gentleman who mrght unwrrtrngly come wrthm range One drd In the hasty retreat that followed A O L accr dentally brushed up agarnst a large urn '39 restrng on the landmg No one was pass rng by below at that moment but If drd make a lrttle norse Nothrng much of consequence came to pass durrng the remarnder of the year save that Father and Son Day was rntro duced IH the School s calendar Our class berng the largest recenved the Lower School banner for havrng contrrbuted the most dads The summer sllpped rapxdly by and rt seemed all too soon before we were back agam for another vear rn the same two rooms The half of the class that had for merly been Mrss Chappell s now became Miss Krmberlrn s and those who had lrstened avrdly to Mrs Charles tales looked forward to more from Mrss Prxley who was not at all drsapporntrng Her resemblance to Ethel Barrvmore was we thought qurte strrkrng Madame Warge and Mrss Buffum strll clung farthfully and patrently to us The former concerved the ldea of drawrng for exh1b1t1on a front vrew of Rherms Cathedral Over th1s en joyable project all labored Some parns takrngly filled the foreground wrth cob blestones others rndustrrously sketched the outlrne but the person who won Madames rnsttnt acclarm was he who journeyed to Llggett s for a box of choco lates fron' the cover of whrch he cut the famous rose gl tss wrndow of the Cathe ra Our new member Urquhart was not long 1n makxng hls presence felt That emrnent screntrst appeared before us one day boldly declaring that he had at last produced an egg wrth an unbreakable shell Forthwrth he drew from hrs pocket a v1le smelhng drrty brown artrcle drop ped rt gmgerly on hrs desk Imagme our surprrse when rt actually rebounded' Look at my bounclng egg Mrss Prxley sald George the result of years of chemrcal research Behold' Holdrng the precrous egg fully three feet off the teacher s beau 7 7 1 . 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' n , L - L .fs Q-. ttfully pohshed desk Urqure proudly grrnnmg let lf fall Ka Plosh' and that was the end of the egg the polrsh and the apparel of the bystanders to say nothtng of the Prxley Urquhart axrs M1ss Purley was really one of our best lrked teachers rn sprte of the fact that math was her forte She took us for a sprn around the world and enthralled us w1th passages from Rrchard Halxburton At the end of May she gave us a chancc to wm back the agates we hid dropped rn class Leavrng for the summer we requested her to see to If that we were grven a drfferent room next year Wlmrle the leaves on the towerrng elms were yet green the 38 ers commenced for the last trme therr lower school actrvrtres The engagtng Mr Allen was our master now no more women for us' Lookmg rn varn for the famlhar faces of Warrcn Smtth Btll Slade and March Hunttngton Shoop Stm Packard and Herb Medbery had been substttuted for them One Tuesday mornmf' soon after Thanksgtvrng just before French class Pendleton sneaked up to Drnskos desk and placed thereon somethxng we were unable to see Madame entered appear mg as lovral and ffulhble as ever Reach mg the desk she stopped dead for a sec ond then shrreked what sounded llke Bluttatrs bluttarrs vrte des bluttatrsl urte taken aback by such an outburst we were at a loss to know what bluttalrs were Someone leaped up and dtscovered what was apparently the contents of a full rnk bottle spread upon the desk That bluttarrs were blotters now became ev: dent and several were hastnly donated Blotters were powerless agamst thrs mk however for rt was merely a thrn prece of wood pannted dark blue Nrce joke agreed the relreved but somewhat puzzled Ma dame The Chrrstmas play presented always by the fourth tntermedrates was thus year skillfully drrected by the very busy Mrss Krmberhn wxth assrstance from Mr Brtg ham and Mrs Anntn Thc substance of rt was thus Keeney as a trtmp havrng been hosprtably recervcd by the Wrllrams fam rly returned as an angel to bless them whrle a chonr of angels sang Adetle Fzdelet Mrs Anmn wrshed to revnse the whole bustness but we clung steadfastly to Mrs Pames scrrpt Mr Brtgham de vtsed a part of wmgs for Ralph By means of stretchrng out hrs hands rn a blesstng he was to pull cords whrch flapped the w nngs The theory was fine but tn practrce only one wrng wobbled fecbly The audr ence took rt all sertously though mclud mg our Latm tune After Easter acttvtty suffered not the slrghtest from sprmg fever There was first the famous Phrlrpptne debate Phrl fully prepared speech armed to convmce the most doubtful that the Frlrptnos should have therr rndependence was rob bed of hrs glory when Huntrngton de crded he lust couldnt hold rt any longer Indeed rt was a perfect example of the well known fact that lrttle boys should be seen and not heard That remrnds me of the barrage of strnk bombs we met durtng the merry month of May The lavatory served as headquarters for the bombers There rt was decrded who should drop how many where and at what trme A very rnteresttng penalty awatted those who farled IU the lme of duty The last few weeks were crowded wrth the Brcycle Club s excursron to the Aga wam Hunt thc mspectton of the Royal Scot and the publrshmg of the Mme! Bmu I1 Afffflkllcglf we get lf or bust The A'f6f16'l1g6l was a four page newspaper contannmg artncles on current affarrs of rn tercst at the tnme themes by astram and Keeney clrtoons by Earl Moss and a few 40' . . V, . , . , s - ' I' 9 3 7 7 a - ' . , . . . Z , , - ' I l V 7 v , S V . I I V 1 ' I 5 A I V ' , 7 ' Y V I ' 7 . , . I . . n . K 1 A I I - 1 S' S a 9 ' - g , W. . Sessrons, we found that Don Taylor, jastram, hrttmg the hrgh spots rn a care- . Y ki Q . . 7 7 1 . . , - . . A . C . . , . - , , . y . 1 , , . I c , ' ' . ,, D ' . 7 Q' 7 . 7 , . 7 7 7 ' ' Q , ' ' . y - y - ' 9 ' 7 I T 7 ' ' I" YY l I A Il. -i " y ' Il , .. . , . I . . if . I - Y . - , , A 1 s ' - . - . , J . , z , I .if I. wrttrcrsms thrown rn by R U Dumb Urquhart Who can forget the keen race between baseball teams A and C' Phil pitched a great game for us as we twice defeated the ministers from Pomfret in games here and at the Rectory Then came the long anticipated trip to Boston with Mr Allen and Mr Brigham as our guides We tramped through the Navy Yard where lay the Beau Byrds antarctic ship the Agassiz and Peabody Museums were vis 1ted after lunch at the Georgian We had been enloying the general view of Boston from the top of Bunker I-Irll monument for about fifteen minutes before there came from below a series of grunts wheezes and groans Lookmg around we were con fronted by the sight of Herbert laboring over the last riser Heroic fellow Herbert Returning home to anxious parents most of us were conscious of sharp pangs rn the mrdship section but we smiled a con queror s smile nevertheless At last the day of Clostng Exercises dawned bright and clear with Carter mas ter of ceremonies winning the coveted medal of merit while Ralph took the read mg prize Ere the last chord of the Shadow of the Elms was sounded we were upper schoolers UPP1 R SCHOOL As always our summer vacation passed much too quickly yet we felt a certain desire to get back to the pleasant days of school for no matter how enyoyable a vacatron is time soon gets heavy on one s hands when there are no prescribed activr tres Naturally enough when we were in school we wished that there was none and then during vacation we with little to do wanted to be back in school On September 20 1933 twenty seven boys entered the Upper School as first formers We were assigned to our desks in study hall and handed our programs '41 Utter confusion reigned during the first week for how should we know where Room 5 or 6 could be found' The sincere lovable character O B H thebeingwho presided over study hall kmdly informed us as to matters such as fire drills lockers and school regulations Gradually we began to settle down and to take our proper place in our School But I think that we all first realrzed the importance the dignity and the standard of the Upper School upon hearrng the Headmaster s Greeting We saw that there were new goals to be attained and higher heights to be reached The fierce tempered Mr Whrtford taught us lrench twice a week with the and of his French First Year It was the sole delight of our class just to see how far we could try his patience before he would explode Not that Whit ever became actually raging but just a trifle peeved for if ever there was a teacher who had the as I look back over the years I strongly suspect that he put on a show to amuse the class Mr Freeman taught us English quite bewildering us with the use of commas colons and quotation marks He also had the winter gym classes in which we passed many happy afternoons doing gymnastics playing gam We were inrtrated into the wonders of Latin by Mr Adkins a new member of the faculty The Admiral had a quaint way of laying his watch on the desk in order to get his classwork planned out exactly to the minute for being also a Mathematrcs teacher he had precision for his motto Sometimes while explaining a difiicult construction he would whirl his fingers around and around and make many ener getrc gestures the most surprnsrng thing about this man was the amount of energy he contained for the seventh period class C D- U ' ' 3 9 7 : 7 7 7 ' Y , . . .I 9 7 7 I h . , , I : .Q . . . , ' . . , . - ' s 1 , - ' , . welfare of a class at heart, rt was he. Now, 3 7 s ' Y . 7 . . , - - , , ' 9 3 7 ' ' i 1 1 or ' es. , . . . . , , . . , , , . . . . u . . , V 7 7 . . . l 3 , V 5, - . Q - . - ' a ' 1 t L at 9. recen ed just as much of hrs x rgor and lrve lrness as the first Mr Newlrn taught mythology to us qurte fascrnatrng the class wrth the pranks and pow ers of the gods Mr Allen trred to explarn thc mysterres of arrthmetrc but wc couldn t understand for the lrfe of us why we should have to solve a dealers prob lem for htm by hndrng out what per cent of profit would be made rf he sold has goods at a certatn trme Probably the most enjoyed classes were those of woodwork and art In the studro we made such thrngs as book ends and ash trays, not to speak ot our feeble stabs at draw rng and rn the shop under the drrec tron of Mr Howe we burlt tre racks or maybe even trred to make boats It was thrs year that the Bowdrtch brothers finrshed therr superb model of an ocean met On corrrdor we got along very well Mr Adkrns easrly kept order and only occasronally needed to hand out demerrts I belreve that one or two of us were qurte frrghtened when we saw forty odd demerrts opposxte our names on the fatal lrst whrch was posted each Frrday Brll Eckert the good natured second master on our corrr dor who was the captarn of the Brown freshman football team often wrestled and tumbled wrth us on corrrdor But we were astonrshed one nrght after havrng locked htm rn hrs room for an hour or two that he dnshed out not a few demerrts Of course one of the brg ex ents was hearrng for the frrst trme the fire srren at about elex en o clock on a cold stormy nrght All rn all lrfe on the first form corrrdor was qurte pleasant we certainly enjoyed rt Who can forget the memorable evenrngs we passed rn study hall? One of the favorrte trrcks was to hrde an alarm clock w hrch was set for about erght thrrty under the mam desk rn study hall Sprt balls and chalk throwrng formed part of our hard evenrng study program Wlmerr the Babe had study hall he used to srt rn the mrddle of the rear bench and upon seerng any drsturbance 1n the front where we sat he would srmply bellow out a warnrng farrly making us jump But those pleasures are gone forever for the boys now study rn therr rooms at nrght Along about September several of our classmates banded together to form what they called the Red Hand Thrs secret organrzatron w rs formed prrmarlly to strrke terror unto the hearts of class mem bers It was a common occurrence after havrng reccrved a note dem tndrng a ran som for a certann book whrch had mysterr ously drsappeared to have to put twenty five cents between two specrfied pages of Webster s drctronary rn study hall rn order to secure the return of the book But thus socrety was quxtc eifectn ely broken up by The hrst form elected that year the fol lowlng class orflcers Carter Palmer as Presrdent Roger Freeman as V1cePres1 dent Homer Skrnner as Secretary and Donald Taylor as Treasurer The night before Chrrstmas vacatron began the Proscenrum Club under the drrectron of Mrs Andrews presented three very excellent plays The Lost Elezafw, The Rzmzg of the Moon, and The Tmv eleu At Easter Moses Brown and Lrn coln School combrned for the frrst trme and produced Gmfllpv I am sure that not only the first form but also the entrre School rfnmensely enyoved thrs play Somehow seerng our School put on such a hne per formance gave us a new prrde and joy ln M As for lectures and entertarnment many fin speakers discussed for us the leadrng questrons of the day Mrke Dorrzas pre sented an unusually entertannrng and rnter estnng rllustrated lecture But I am sure that the Hampton Srngers who are old favorrtes were the best lrked uba an old negro song was greatly enyoyed l47l I . . 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In the fall the football games were the main attraction, and the school took a real pride in its team The baseball season was quite successful, and the team under the watchful eyes of Coach turned in a good record But the track squad outshone the other teams in the remarkable number of WICIOIICS Also the tennis players, though a little green, took many of their matches 'Ihe entire sport program had been un usually successful, and well deserved the pride of the whole School As for the first form athletics, some of the boys went out for baseball tenn1s or track Mr Howe ran a decathlon for the first and second forms I think that most of us began to look forward to the time when we would be upper classmen and participate in major sports The elms had cast their spell over us We were impressed by the beauty of the campus, especially in spring when the elms were leafing On Commencement day we all gathered to bid farewell to the senlors The service in itself was beautiful, xmpres sive in its s1mpl1c1ty and stately in its dignity Our thoughts, as we watched the fifth form receive their diplomas, turned to the day four years hence when we our selves would be on the same platform The luncheon in the grove, with the birds sing ing, and the sun filtering through the tree tops and nature displaying her beauty, was delightful I am sure that we all were pleased that the summer vacation had arrived at last, if only to make us long to get back to School at summer s end in our new place as second formers All of us looked forward to our year in the second form, when we would no longer be the youngest and most ignored class in the Upper School, and it gave us great pleasure to see the new first formers lost in the maze of first day complications We Q43 were superior to someone at last' But O B H still referred to us as my young friends here on the left, and we were soon disillusioned as to our increase in prestige Some of us how ever, gained the confidence of the silent sage, who sometimes added and how are you to the morning handshake His grasp had also become firmer novt that we were second formers The class had acquired several nevs members, of whom Charles Chic Brick ley the sheik from Bronxville who had kicked a hundred and tvx enty elght field goals in succession soon gained notoriety and it was not long before he was one of the leading players on Bill Towle s 135 s who went through the season undefeated and unscored on Among other add1t1ons were Eggle Lathrop, God s gift to the Ladies, Francis Leon Foster from Presi dent Avenue, and Frank Wright We came under the jurisdiction of several new teachers namely Raines, Waughtel, and Newcombe The classes of the latter were always a subject of general discussion, and vue had learned much about these mirth provoking recesses rn Room 2 But alas' Newcle was sick at the opening of School, and so for al time too long a time for many of us Slug get Greenman, the heavy breathing bat tleaxe from Concord, took his place and what a time he had getting our immature minds to appreciate the dramatic qualities of a street scene in Bill Shakespeare s Mel chan! 0 Vemfe Several restless members of the class will never forget the kick in the shins they received from the sl gger for giving a pantomime of Shylock s beesnas is beesnas pose Coacli Waughtel s daily keep your wits about you kept the majority of us in line, and after repeating the first vcar book, we started into Omnra Gallia in tres partem divisa est We alxx ays looked form ard to our classes - - J - - 11 . . . , ,, . . 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U . . . - ' n , v r t i Q, jf. rn Room 3 where the dark curly headed beau brummell wrth the charmrng wrnk astounded us wrth hrs knowledge of the socral affarrs of the class, Trllrnghast and several otners findrng hrs remarks somewhat embarrassrng One of the famous rncrdents of World Hrstoty classes was Huntrngton Shoop s rendrtron of the seven facts whrch proved that the Roman constrtutron was berng vrolated It took hrm most of the perrod, of course berng contrnually confused by E B and frnally when everybody was wonderrng rf the class were gorng to last through trll after noon, the answer was completed To thrs day none of us knows whether Marrus or Sulla declared hrmself drctator for lrfe, and we probably know not one rota about Clovrs and hrs wrfe, Clothrlde, or as we preferred to rdentrfy her Mrs Clovrs But we shall always remember the rnter estrng drscussrons on varrous subjects from E B s jury dutv to the reason why Palmer often used up class trme rn trymg ro get Mr Rarnes to use the correct pro nuncratron of Mazzrnr and Danzrg and Taylor never drd get over argurng that rt was unfarr to ask on the last questron rn a test How many questrons have you had' Newcre at last arrrved, and whrle we were at first very obedrent and coopera trve, we frnally let down the bars of con ventron and were soon keeprng up the standards of all hrs classes Trny Terror Parkhurst even jumped out a wrndow to retrreve a book After readrng as much of T19 Lady of iloe Lake as we thought de srrable, the whole class srgned a petrtron denouncrng the poem as too drffrcult and too bormg to do rn such large assrgnments, and we as a class stated that we would have no more readrng of such trash Get trng Newcre to affrx hrs srgnature was a drfferent matter and so we contrnued wrth the poem Chrrstmas vacatron was upon us rn a short whrle, and after the Proscenrum Club plays rn whrch Palmer represented the class as the cocknev hunchback rn Eugene O Nerll s In the Zone we recessed School reopened wrth the customary speech by Dr Barbour The subject of hrs talk rs vague rn our mrnds but probably had somethrng to do wrth the wrll of a Chrcago tramp After thrs we gloomrly began the long term untrl Sprrng vacatron It was durrng thrs perrod that Mr Howe was taken srck, and .1 certarn peculrar rn drvrdual by the name of Smrth substrtuted as our manual trarnrng rnstructor He was a most radrcal person and rmmedrately made over the shop to surt hrs own tastes He cven went so far as to parnt prctures of the contents of drawers on the outsrde of the drawers themselves The first day he rntrrgued us all by wrrtrng our names rn apanese He also cooked hot dogs on the store used for meltrng lead and most of us remember a wrre stretched sloprng from arrplane crursed dropprng bombs when rt hrt a knot rn the wrre After many tense arguments rn whrch several of us were nearly thrown bodrly all the way to study hall we decrded that we wanted Mr Howe back, and upon hrs arrrval gave hrm a ter rrfic ovatron Thompson and Shoop were operatrng on corrrdor and one evenrng rnduced sev eral of the faculty to srt as judges rn a mock trral they were havrng What a story there was the next day when the news went round that the judge s charr had been pro vrded wrth an electrrcal apparatus whrch caused a shock Sprrng fever show ed rtself very early that year, and even before vacatron we were wearrng no coats to School An excellent performance of The 1164115 Hzmlmnd closed the wrnter sessron and marked the begrnnrng of the much longed for vacatron Sprrng brought rnto glory tennrs, base ball track, and rnsrprdness but rn sprte of -ff 44 U 9 a ' l l ' 7 rl I ' Y ' 1 ' ' fo l - K k ' , Q . 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Q I , V. a ' ' 1 I - ' , 5 ' ' . jif- the last Pop Allen s baseball team drd a fine yob rn turning back Country Day and St Dunstan s and our first and second form combination defeated Brrgg s unror High rn a closely contested track meet the final event the relay clrnchrng the meet for us With the highlights of our eventful year rn the second form just review ed let us go on to the next step rn our educational de velopment At length fall rolled around again bringing an end to another summer and entrcrng us to return once more to the more serious sphere of our life School This year we returned not as insignificant second formers lowly freshmen but in stead as aloof all important sophomores Upon entering the drn and confusion of study hall we shook hands wrth the ever placid and unruffled rt and busily en gaged ourselves rn spite of the tempta out our programs We found thrs year that a goodly num ber of new faces had been added to our already estrmable flock Among these were the St Dunstan s clan consrstrng of ohn Edwards Clark Wrn Coleman Alden Clayton Dick Fletcher and Ken ohnson Some other new illustrious mem bers of the Thrrd Form were Sanford just call me Cush Push Cushing Frank Drum mond and Drck Srnkrnson With these addrtrons and wrth our original brain trust rt seemed to us that nothing could stop the class from coasting through the year wrth little or no effort Thats what we thought' It seems that there rs always a fly rn the ointment and there were sev eral in ours Prominent among the obstacles rn our path was one Mr Basil Meserve who had taken the place of Mr Newcombe Few of us will ever forget Newcre and few I 5 of us will ever forget Mr Meserve H made Us srt up and take notice that there really was something to do rn English Although he may have had hrs difficulties Mr Meserve restored order rn our English classes Another new member of the faculty thrs year was Mr Merritt who treated all of us as his equal and whose dry wrt both rn Biology and on the Mrd dlers football field soon made hrm extremely well liked Under the tutelage of Coach Waugh tel we soon had Messreuts Caesar and Cicero doing tricks Mr Adkins and the Babe led us none too gently perhaps further into the rntrrcacres of Algebra and quadratrcs Nothing could pull a fellow off hrs hrgh horse more quickly than one of these famed blackboard sessions wrth Mr Herman We contrnued our French wrth a more rntensrve course under Mr Whrtford whose dreadful five minute quizzes became a positive menace to our Saturday mornrngs school lrfe athletrcs our class made some significant contributions Rankrng first rn the School s list of sports rs of course football And on thrs year s team we were ably represented bv our classmate Bullock In fact through hrs valiant ef forts and rncrdentallv those of the rest of the team too Governor Dummer was the only team that managed to outscore us In addrtron the trick te rm was highly honored by the presence of many rllus trrous members of our class Palmer Myers and Meehan gave all they had to the team s success And indeed wrth therr efforts and those wrth which ohnson and Coleman undertook therr robs rt may be clearly seen that the class of 38 must have stood hrgh rn the eyes of Coach Howe Several of our classmates also took an actrve part rn the xarrous mrnor sport meets Nfferklejohn gained distinction rn , .. ,, , . V. Q I 6 J . . . . , . , I 7 7 ' Y . ' 7 . , u - , V x 7 ' - 7 III . ' ' ., 1 - I 1 s . . - C , 7 - 9 1 ' 1 , ' - . . I , .. ,, U . g . , V I . I , ' tion to do nothing but talk- in making T0 the "more important" phase of 7 I l . . b , . ' . 2 . , J v 9 - , ' 1 1. 9 ,v J ' - 1 1 Q - J Q 7 I - . - 7 V2 r 2 V . , . ' - ,, . . ' 7 7 ' , 7 v . . 7 l I 1 V . . .yi 4 iw wrestlrng encounters, and on the rce, Bul lock drd some commendable work In October, a rather stormy class elec tron found the followrng fellows chosen for office George Meehan presrdent, Gurlford Goff vrce presrdent Alan Deck er, secretary, and Tom Mver treasurer Early rn December rt was announced that the usual formal mrd year exams had been drscontrnued A leelrng of rclref swept over the School, and before w e knew rt the Chrrstmas plays had passed and vacatron was upon us Durrng the year we often had the op portunrty through rllustrated lectures, to voyage far and learn of the customs of other countrres How eagerly we looked forward to those talks especrally when they cut out a class' 'lhe lectures were always among the hrghlrghts of our aca demrc year the ones promrsed us on thrs year s program were not rn the least drs apporntrng There was Branson De Gou who rmpressed us not onlv by hrs tremen dous bulk but also by hrs excellent prc tures and musrc Also, our Greek frrend Mrke Dorrzas, brought to us hrs rmpres srons of the drctators of Germany and Italy Our other lectures were equally rn terestrng The grrnd between Chrrstmas and sprrng vacatrons, long as rt may hare seemed as we approached rt passed wrth rncredrble raprdrty The Easter plays were a huge success, as was vacatron, and we rounded to the home stretch of the sprrng term Sprrng was featured by much horse play as rs every sprrng term, and the prrze rn trrgue thrs year was the famous black tre eprsode whrch created qurte a furor The famrlrar rce cream truck began appearrng regularly as soon as tennrs and baseball got underway, and sprrng fever set rn Father and Son Day was, as always rs true, extremely successful and we were very lucky rn havrng excellent weather for the festrvrtres Commencement whrch had been ap proachrng swrftly ex er srnce sprrng vaca tron, soon became a realrty Accordrngly on a brrght june day, wrth a certarn sense of prrde rn work well done glowrng wrthrn us, we watched the senrors recerve therr drplomas Some of us perhaps were even lookrng forward to the new herghts of attarnment yet clothed rn mystery whrch the new year m Uhr offer us We thought lrfe was rndeed a joy Alas, the rnnocence of youth' For the College Boards came chargrng down upon us lrke green eyed demons and tormented us for havrng such poyous thoughts But soon the hot sultry days of preparatron were over, the examrnatrons had come and gone, and summer vacatron was upon us once more As we rounded the turn of September on Labor Day we started to count the num ber of days before we would return to School, and on Tuesday September 25 we assembled all together agarn to test out our power as the unror Class of Moses Brown School All the old faces were present and beamrng wrth many new ones besrdes Among the new fellows w ere Erv Bal lou a crack footballer and track man George Eddy rll the w ry from Florrda, Holt Farley not related to Postmaster Addrson Garner expert jeweler Al Hackrng another man from Scrtuate Howard ohnson not related to the ow ner of the wcll known charn of rce cream parlors George Thompson back agarn after a short absence, Ted Tucker a whrz 'rt them there sublects, and Clarence Wrlls star of almost every sport and star prtcher, of course Several new teachers were notrced, also Among them was Mr Erchmrn a solrd Pennsylv rnran come to take charge of the Chemrstry classes and lab and also the Physrcs classes, Mr Halkyard havrng been 1463? . I . , ' a . 7 . V . . - ' 9 V ' V. I . I . . ,, ' U , - 1 1 . , l . L , ' - 1 1 9 9 , 7 ' ' e a I 1 ' V Y I 7 - , , . - . . 2 7 V . lx O . 1 1 1 U T . f 1 1 D ' 4 9 D , ' 1, - . Y - . L 1 7 1 Y 9 , ' 5 1 1 7 ,T 7 ' , , IV 7 , . . 7 - 7 - 9 . . I - 1 ' , 9 - a , - . . Y . . , a ,, . ,, . . . i 1 Y . - A Y. V . . 1 , I . - ., . 1- ' 1. , . w. , g V 1 v . . Y 1 11 . , A 4 I . I. . . 9 9 '- . . r - D ' '9 a 1 - 4 a a V V c . , . . ,,. 11 - V1 - M a . . . . .. . ' a 1 . . ,, . . 1 , , - , I 9 . ,, . . . . , - . , . 4. . , - 1 V f ' l' 1 ' 1 ' , ' . I , " V I l ' 1 s 4 w . I . V . 1 "r marrred Another smrlrng Prof was Mr Edwards w hose specralty was German and the very popular speech class Of course all the other teachers were back and two especrally helped take some of the w rnd out of our sarls In Room 11 dwelt the well known M Babe Herman Who taught us to be scrupulously careful? Who taught us to concentrate on the problem rn hand to analyze and not be trapped rn our own wordrness? Who helped us out of our own rndrvrdual ruts and who showed us above all that we were really only junrors? Whv none other than our own Mr Herman' Incrdentally he also taught us Geometry The other man who cast hrs rnfluence on us only one day a week however was the ruler of Room 2 Nlr Paxton Who was rt that made us wrrte lrmrtless short themes? Who taught us to beware of comma blunders and frag ments as the very plague? Who taught us the rn s and out s of Englrsh composrtron and grammar? Of course rt was none other than our Mr Paxton As soon as we were somewhat settled we held our annual campargn and elec tron of class officers After the smoke of ballotmg had cleared we found Carter Palmer mstalled as Presrdent ohn Mayo as Vrce Presrdent Homer Skrnner Secre tary and Alden Clayton Treasurer Our officers carrred us through nobly Palmer takrng care of the matter of class rrngs wrth drspatch and Clayton establrshrng somethmg of a record by collectrng the class dues before sprrng vacatron A pleasmg rnterlude was provrded us when Mr F D Roosevelt xrsrted the farr crty of Provrdence rn the mrdst of a busy campargn Desprte the fact that we had lust balloted 174 18 for Landon rn a School straw vote we were excused for two perrods rn order to hrke down to the State House and try to see our Presrdent We crowded and crushed and jammed our selves up on the State House lawn just to i .47 see Mr Roosevelt drrve up hold up hrs hat for us and delrver speech No 156 Many of us prommently drsplayed a sunflower and elephant somethmg wrth the sprrrt of Crusaders and recerved glarrng and black glances We returned satrsfred however wrth havrng seen our honorable Presrdent In the meantrme no lrttle attentron had been grven to the world of sports Don Taylor was our most successful member of the varsrty squad rn hrs posrtron of guard In cross country Ken olmson stood out and johnny Mavo drd lrkewrse rn soccer As Chrrstmas vacatron rolled around the Proscenrum Club Put on three very successful plays for us Tlmrrk You Doctor Farrlaxlzc Flzglat and Courage Mr Greene Outstandrng were Fletcher Gar ner Palmer and that old master Drum mond After a strenuous Chrrstmas vacatron we returned to School rn hrgh or was rt low? sprrrts And so we settled down to the old stretch drstance of the wrnter term Nffany educatronal leads were offered to us through the varrous assemblres rn Alumnr Hall Among the most successful were Dr Mrchael M Dorrzas Mr Cleveland Grant Mr Lloyd Schmoe and the perennral and ever popular Hampton quartet Mr Warn wrrght of the qurrtet appeared before us for a last trme and bade farewell by srng mg rn hrs great bass vorce a solo rendr tron of Old Black oe In the field of athletrcs we had Ballou rn track and Al Hackrng rn wrestlrng Among the members of our swrmmrng team were Bud Eastwood and captarn elect Aggre Lathrop We managed to carry along our studres rn good shape too for many members of the Fourth Form were on the Honor Roll We concocted varrous malodorous stenches rn the Chem Lab wrthout berng held for manslaughter to say nothrng of rnnumer able broken test tubes whrch we carefully swept up A strrkrng nos elty rntroduced rn . . . ,, ,, . . v . . . , 7 I V - 1 r - - U 1, - - V 7 I . 7. . . 5 3 Y . . . a r 1 v - - 7 r ll YY ' ' ' ' ' f. . . - 1 ' I V . 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U rr - - - - re - rr Y - s a ' r L a . . . . ,, ,, . . r a 1 - ' 7 V . . . 7 . . .Q , ja- the course of the vear was the Tzme sponsored Current Affarrs Test Alden Clayton rn our form copped the prrze of a free book A very pleasant addrtron to our socral lrfe came when several tea dances were held throughout the season for the varrous forms 'Ihey were the hrst dances held rn uaker Moses Brown srnce 1ts foundrng but needless to say they proved very suc cessful The weary wmter term was closed by the Proscenlum Club s presentation of Ybc Neu Pow Frank Drummond as the Grand Duke again stood out All too soon we bounced back from our sprlng x ac mon rev elrxes to stand ready for the last long stretch of the sprmg season Of course we were prxmarrly mterested rn hnrshmg out the year rn a blaze of glory We settled down to our studxes and rt seemed that we bumped mto those rnevlta ble trxal boards every Saturday mornrng And then of course came the Scholastrc Aptltude Test In athlencs the ranks of the baseball team were sprrnkled wrth Fourth Formers Of course there was Red Farley our own Carl Hubbell wrth johnny Mayo and that late arrrval Army Armstrong as rrval first basemen Well we drdnt do too badly what wrth Clarey W1lls dorng yeoman servrce as prtcher rn almost every game As far as track was concerned Erv Ballou shattered all prevrous records 1n the hammer and proved xnvaluable keeprng up the team s fme record Half of the M B net team were unrors Herb Medbery dnd a great blg lob rn there and Lee Foster and Palmer battled alongsrde hmm Medbery was elected co captarn In the Interclass track meet we struggled xalrantly but couldnt make the grade Of course we enjoyed another fine Father and Son Day The weather cleared as usual and luncheon was enjoyed m the grove After lunch a baseball game was played wrth Attleboro Hugh followed by a short one wrth our pops Drnner 1n the evenrng w as accompanred by a talk by Mr Edwards Desprte the annual tax for the banquet w hrch we gave for the Senrors and the added expense of the tea dances our class treasury stood up remarkably well and left us w 1th a surplus unparalleled rn recent years Before we knew rt Commencement had sprung up on us md we were nearly through the year only nearly for the bugaboo of College Boards was to follow The year was closed by a hlghly successful Semor Prom the hrst one ex er sponsored bv the School After Commencement week end was over we filed back to do our best wrth the Boards With a week of prepara non we actuallv went through wrth them and then brd ad1eu tnll next year to all our frrends and set out on the trarls of summer Autumn agarn' Exqulslte weather' Won derful those red vellow leaves over yon der carpetrng the ground wrth color at the foot of that maple and oh yes school' School' All summer rt has drow sed among tts elms and oaks and maples All summer a strange qurct a restful peace unbroken by Janghng bells or norsy stu dents has embraced these 1vy clad burld rngs of red brrclc All summer school has slept restrng from tts arduous task of drrv rng knowledge 1nto varrous unwrllrng bra ns whrle we the class of 38 have lolled on beaches along the New England coast have acted as councllors rn Marne 1n New Hampshrre rn Vermont or have pushed to the West across the plarns And now here we are back agarn Wake up School' It IS the mornin of September twenty second We day boys have been routed from our beds at seven an ungodly hour for those wlo have become accustomed to nme by mothers eager tt last to rrd 48 ' ' If yy e . 1 . f I . 1 - v , . 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' - ,' 7 ' D v y , 1 ' 1 1 l 4 as 1,- 1 4 thenr homes of boys who for the last week have lam dormant about the house rnter ferrng rn every possxble way wrth the utumn cleanmg Here we are then rn study hall at last greenng Mr Henderson who ap ears exactly as he drd rn une when he adjured us not to brlng drsgrace on the School by turnrng our heads to gawk at the seniors as they entered Alumm Hall on the great day of Commencement Here too are our brothers the house boys and for a few mmutes there IS much hand pumpmg and back slapprng There are many new fel lows we see a whole cohort of them Ed and Ev Whnte not related Sheehan Rodman Phrllrps Norrrs Pevoto Lester Martm Israel Grlman Ingham Gregson Dwyer Eastman Forrest Adams Arm strong Cartrer Baker Arnold and Brady Whew' Some l1st' Seems as though the teachers w1ll have the1r hands full Soon how ever order has emerged from chaos We have returned from the bookroom arms filled wrth pads penclls and a truly Gargantuan p1le of all too werghty vol umes Here we are off to our frrst classes Englrsh under Mr Paxton Sol1d pre ended over by Mr Herman German and French a la Mr Cate Physlcs taught by Mr Erchman Amer1canH1story under Mr Rames and a few yes a very few have found therr way to Room 1 where Coach Waughtel and Vlfgll hold sway The bell has rung and the first day rs over We the day boys are on our way home wrth the first homework of the school year under our arms Yet somehow we feel as though we had already been rn school for weeks and weeks Can thrs be only the first day? we ask Wlll all those other days to come drag themselves along wrth such heart breakrng slowness? And a l1ttle more grrmly perhaps srghmg at the realrzatlon of thrs great burden that we must carry we contrnue homeward Well' Well' What have you to say now 49 you who predicted an endless charn of days of rnexorable delrberateness' Here rt rs already the tw entv fourth of November and the Thanksgrvrng holndav has begun The days seem to haxe rushed past each drsappearrng a fractnon more speedrly than nts predecessor Look back at that flrst day Why If seems only a week ago' I can t remember anyth ng of partrcular note can you' ust school and mrghty lrttle of that rt seems now Queer how our perspectrve has changed But oh yes' Things have been happenmg new events have been takmg place lust as they always wrll In the hrst place smce the second week of school we have been lnstenlng to a Boake Carter all our own Mr Rames has been conducting talks on current events every Monday mornrng rn place of the first quarter of penod three A p1ty too nsn t lf that some of us have thus been deprrved of a portxon of our Englrsh class? Howexer rn comparrng M Rarnes wzth the well known radro com mentator there are certarn strrkmg drffer ences to be reconcrled Mr Carters un seen audrence rs separated from h1m by mcalculable mxles of space and the lrsten er always enjoys the prrvrlege of forgettmg as much as he pleases and yes horrrble thought of tumng Mr Carter smack off the radlo but Mr Rarnes rt seems has un reasonably been expectrng us to remember and to lrsten to at least a portron of what he has been sayung for on two occasrons durmg the school year we have been pre sented wrth current events tests one spon sored by Time rn whrch Mr Ernest Israel grabbed off top honors How do you do rt ste? 'Ihen too rf we rack our bralns wrth sufficxent drlrgence we recall that on November tw entreth a tea dance was held for the two upper forms and oh yes most Important of all the fifth form rn conven tron convened elected Francrs Drrscoll President john Mayo Vrce Presrdent , ' 4 . 21 . . I r 1 1 , 1 1 . , p . . 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Irank Drummond Secretary and Thomas Ingham T reasurer lNow for that Thanks grvmg drnnerl Thanksgrvrngrsoxer Again school The try outs for the 1 hrrstmas plays are takrng place these afternoons rn Alumnr H all and Mr Waughtel as usual has found that, as a corollary attendance has fallen off on the sports field Odd though The num ber of those absent seems to be rather more than the combrned forces of the play trver outers In Ilnglrsh V events have come to a head The long dreaded deadlrne for the hrsr book report has come and passed, and many there are of us who haxe made solemn vows not to leave the xx rltmg of our next report to the last xx cek end But bevx are' Number txxo rs due xxrthm 1 fcvx xx eeks and certarnly vxe semors should not complarn about lack of readrng matter xxrtn an entnre lrbrarv of noxx nearly one hundred books at our disposal for the fifth form llbrarv under the QUILIJITLC of Mr Prxton and of us the classof -I8 has been const tntly growrng rn srze Chrlstmas xacatvon 15 ccrtunly nearly upon us for our untled undauntcd un defeated football team h ts tlreadv had rts tnnual banquet 1 sure srgn th tt the holl davs he just ahead And sure enough rt s here' Vtcatron tt last though really to most of us Th mksgrxrng seems hardly over But lf IS true nevertheless for on the evenrng of December slxteenth the Proscenrum Club presented therr three one act plays teaturrng 1Il1OI1g others those well knovxn rctors Drummond Andy Adtms Ingham and Palmer And so home for Qhrrstmas' Ianu ary lourth and school After ne trly three vxeeks of vacatron several days are requrred before xxe agarn grovx lnured to the tribulations of studv but soon vxe have settled doxxn strxvlng not to long too much for those days of ease xxhlch as usual shpped by all too cjulckly Then also we are sobered a brt at the thought of the ter nble grrnd supposed to be before us but the days seem to go by rn much the same manner as they have been accustomed to do for qurte a good many vears now and these same days grovx to xx eeks and soon all thought of xacatron rs removed from our mrnds We study engage rn sports and let trme carry us on as rt xxrll for except on xx eck ends xx hen xxe emerge as nt were for a look round rt seems easrer to forget such a thrng as the calendar exrsts But vxe are human and as the days grovx warmer and longer and we near the sprung recess xxe shake ourselves rnto wakeful antrcrpatron of the holrdays and look back over the last tvxo months wonderrng just where that terrrble gr1nd xxe had ex pected had hrdden urself And thrnkrng rt over vxe see that xxe have been not so badly treated after all There has been a sprmklrng of tjmelv lectures rn Alumnr Hall vxhnch h we more than once saved us from a thrc ttcnrng test Remember? Mrke Dorrzas was here anuary fourteenth So long Mrke' We vxon t be seerng you agarn Then too on lebruarv seventeenth Major ames Saxx ders came along to rescue some of us from a dull study perlod xxrth South Amernct s West Coast The chess cl 1b m tx I add has been gomg strong tncl rncrdentally has provrded an 0 portunltj or txx o I vxon t say how many to be tbsent from sports And novx hear ye he tr ve he tr ye' The Morazt Board formed just before Chrrstmas vaca tron has met rn Room 2 the den of Mr Paxton and 1 pernocl of frantrc actrv tty has ensued xxrth vxrrte ups ads and photography And rn 1 tvxxnklrng rt rs the mght of Mtrch tenth md the thrrd Moses Brown tea dance rs upon us And yes txxo more xx eeks have slxpped by and here come the sprung pl rys xacatnon and rest' Ag un forvx ard to battle School has re ,so 9 9 ' ' T V' ' Y' . 4 ' 7 9 1 f ' V , V ' 4 K A , 9 V V - V , 4 , e at , . L ' ' ' c 7 ' ' 9 9 . - L . V. I le 7 V . - I V s - V - , V V V 4 s V - 9 . , 1 - V ' 7 ' 4 -' . 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V V , - V , . - . 1 . , V e 4 . .gl 3.4 asserted Itself rn our Ines The tempo Increases Actlvrty prles on actmty Base ball IS here Prom mrd afternoon txll eve nxng hoarse shouts the craclung of bats and frantic eheerlng are xx afted wlth the warm sprmg breezes through the open xundovus of stuelv hall vs here a few non athletrc souls are attemptmg to get that homework out of the way early Already we are experrenemg the hardshlps of our studies on these evemngs when the sun has forgotten to go down and hordes of shout mg chtldren dash through the streets and around houses IH theur eternal game of hide and seek But buckle m we must Aptrtude tests seholtrslnp rests md Tnal Boards Ile squarely nn our path And there ahead beyond Commencement are the College Boards themselves' Now the prmrmg press IS eallmg Thus .51 but of xx rrtmg must close But before I end may I vush to all of 1011 the class of 78 happrness and much satlsfaetlon m l1fe And wrmng these words I 1m reminded of a certa1n announcer of the Lnglnsh broadcastrng statron at Daventry who every evenxng for vears now has xxxshed goodmght to the Irsteners overseas ID exactly the same fashnon evenmg upon evening month upon month I em hear h1m now xery clearly Goodnight every body Cfoodmghr' And somehow the repetrtlon of these words has IH no way detracted from the obvlous smeernty ln th xt hearty Engllsh voice OFIQIIIZIIIIIQ mrles away on the other side of the oee m And so nn the same manner down through the years to come though txme as well as space separate us may the Morale Board and I say to you Goodbye Good Iucld Y . 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'lhe Hftrmrd Fresl1n11n B te1n1 '1nd tl1e Andover Rcserxes were dcfctted on successrve Saturd1ys tl1e scores BLIIIQ 77 to 0 1nd 70 to 0 respectryely Tl1e u1leer 1tt1ele drd r1ot functron perfectly III e1tl1er of tl1e openrng l11lxes h11t clrelcecl SI'IIlDOIl1ly to tl1e tune venty pornts 111 Lllll rf e htlye ot1 l1,1111es were pltycd tlmost entrrelyf Ill enemy terrrtory Moses Brown then tr111r11phed oxcr Goxernor 1r11r11er rts Iflellilllllll rrx 1l hy the sec re 1 lv 'lhe game w1s pl 1yed rn 1 drryrng r11n wl11cl1 grew worse 1s tl1e 1fterr1oor1 p1ssed 111d Wl1ILl1 l11mpered hotl1 te 1111s cons1de11hly Goyernor Dur11111er punted fter1 h prng for 1 K utleer fur11hle lt w 18 tl1e Blue tnd XX'l11te howeyer thtt hloelceel 1 lerele rn tl1e hrst qurrter ll1kl srruele through tl1e llf f r 1 touchdown I1 tl1e seconc qu11ter M1 ses Brown Itho tl1e 1ll III 40022011 F SfwF0RD C1 SHING Jtlmmger tl1e Goxernor Dur11r11er tl11rty erght 111d Ill twr plays dr we oyer for mother touchdown Tl1e extr1 po111t w 15 secured hy rushrng The thrrcl perrod fought Ill Goxernor Du111n1er terrrtory s1w r1o furtl1er scorrng lr1 tl1e f1n1l quarter tl1e Blue 1r1el XX l11te l11cl 1 hrt down on tl1e Cyoyernor Du111n1er s1xy1rd llI1L only to he stopped hy an rntercepted PINS Tl1e remarnder tl1e g1me except for 1 thrrt 11rd run h e QUlkCfS was uneyentful the Blue 1nd vvllllti' herng content to protect 1ts lead The gftme desprte the ram w IS yery exertrng 111d w1s 11111leed hy tl1e good sports r111nsl11p 111el eletn playrng of hotl1 te1ms 'Ihe season w 1s successfully termrmted wrth 1 sv to 6 xrctory oxer T1hor ACldCIUy lr1 thrs hnal encounter tl1e u1leers drsphyed 1 powerful offense' 1nd showed excellent te1r11wo1lc T1hor though out played fought jllllllly 1nd 11ded hy seyer1l penaltres hn1lly succeeded rn p1ss1ng oyer tl1e glbll for .1 toucl1 down Moses Brown scored readrly gorng seventy' y1rds rn two pl1ys for rts hrst toucl1down rushrng two more over rn tl1e second quarter 1nd plssrng for two others rn the hn1l h1lf Tl1e last three extr1po1nts were made hy' rushrng ln retrospect the glllle w1tl1 W1lhr1l11r11 seer11s to haye heen tl1e turnrng pornt of tl1e se 1son It w IS 1 j.:lll1C tl11t gnc the Blue Intl Vifhrte self conhdenee 1 g1me wl11cl1 r11'1de rt 1w 1re of rts own power '1 reserye tl11t could 1lw1ys he c1lled upon From then on the mor1le of tl1e te 1111 w 18 supcrh rrs te tmworle progressryely hetter Tl1e l9s7 hloses Brown team r111y well be proud of rts hrgh sttnclrng trnong New lngl 1nd pr1v1te schools Its s11ccess w IS due not only to tl1e sound L0lLl1ll'lg of Mr vUlUgl1ICl Mr CIPISSKY 1nd Mr Llrod hut 1lso to tl1e el11r1cter of tl1e tca111 rtsc The ellows were 1lw1ys ready to wor ane coo er1te 'Ihey pl1yed 1 l111d hut eltlll gan1e o footh1ll 1nd pl tyed hecruse they lrleed rt ln ftddrtron they l11el drrve 1nd well coord1n1ted te 1r11work Whe11 1 te 1111 possesses 1ll tl1esc 1ttr1hutes rt 1s hound to wrn Shortly 'after the close of tl1e se 1son nrneteen n1e11 reeeryed foothlll letters fror11 Mr Tl1o1111s Memhers of tl1e te 1111 rlso were presented wrth gold foothrlls rn toleen of tl1e1r spotless record The 1nnu1l Football hmquet wts l1eld on Deeer11hcr Spetleers were Co1ch XX'1ugl1tel 'Iuss MeL1ugl1ry of Brown Mr ll1or111s Mr Itcle BIIYIIFI 1nd sexer1l proud f1tl1ers C1pt11n Bob Mel rughry III hchtlf cf the te1m pre ser1ted Co1eh XX 1ughtel Vllll 1 l11ndsome set of hrrss hoole ends lllel rn turn reec11edfron1tl1e squtd 1wl11te lenrtted swetter F strxrrres oxer r11er11he1s o t e te1r11 deptrted thrnlerng of tl1e h1ppy d1ys tl1ey h1 p1ssed together on 1 frglnrng tr1un1pl11r1t Moses Brown squ1d H re s to tl1e squle unclefetted 1nd 11r1t1ec' . 6 3 5 f . g 1 '. 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' , K- , , 1 l I A l 1 l. tl -' 'ld '. 1- 1 ' T ' ' " " 'Qin' W A U I ' ielf. -f- '15 A ' 'le' l 1 it 1 'rf 1 .- Q . 1 Pw 1 ' 1" 1 11 j '1 Lif Q R L., Q .V Y H1 A ,V,- 22 Ha- 1 V .I 1 , ' ' 1 'c' 1 U H 'L 1 ' ' D 1- . - 1 ,if 1 , . . 12 4 P- ' .5-5-' v , . K vp Y . Y 4 ' 1 ,l ' . 'Q .Q , ' ' ' Qi- y - -' . -.' J . . A11 11' ' ' Lf ' ' 1 H' A 1'e A T7 B 11 In ' 1 1 of rx 4 1 I '1 ' t tl1 final 1 B l ' " .. . ,, " ' ' ' ,L 1.-1 Ly. Q y- . ' . ' . . , . ' V. lg L , ' 1 ' ' , . . . ' . 11 1. 13, 1 .1 1 ,. D1 ' . ' .' 1 f ' . 4 '. , ' ' D1 - mf B to 0. 1 4 75 4 I ' i ' ' '5 - " ' , . . ,if 111, ' K y QA 1 ' ' ,1' It ' 'n 1 . j ' 'a ' 1 A ' 'Q ' 5 3 ' ' .3 b- .-R -D 1. . ' J '-1 4. e' ' - f l1- U .U U' 12A-. .4 ty , . u 'a A, ' he 1 ri -1 .d 3 '.' 1 1 1 h ' ' 1 ' '. 1 ii K . 2 V -V .2' U A - -I ' I 1 . I ' l 1' 1 ' ' 'lk 1 e' ' f 1 l t1f'5'r ' '. ' 1 rf 41, Tlazfd R011 L M French R H MacGuyer F M Wfrrght R M Free-:mm I-I E Lemonr F G Israel -I L Grxdley L T Bohl jr J C Boleyn Semud R014 F S Cushmg H.111.1gw H A Adamn C Pxlmcr T F Tucker F O Whntc J H M150 W W Dwyer R Slnkmsnn B A Brlgham D H Tlylor Mr Wllutglltcl Cmzfb fn!! R011 A I' Haclung C R Baker C W Wxlls V I Sha M1llLr j I: Lamphere In I Ballon R M Chun Srbcdzzlc OL 2 Lf Oct Nov Nov Nov Lawrence Audemy nr Crown XX71lbrAl11m Audemv Harvard Freshmin B Te un Andover Reserves Governor Dummen Aeademv 'labor ALlLlCl11y lf Mwrlon uhm R deO Md lL12LhlX Clpfllil A MB Total 4 goalie!! 2 . . p. 't. f . 'f 1 ' ' . . 7 6 Ol 16 ' 1 z 'z ' . . . 2-fl 13 . 29 Q L U U 2 . . 27 0 . 6 . .... 20 0 .15 ' ' - V . . 15 o .20 ' 'z ' 2 L ' . . . 53 6 . . . . . . . 12' 25 N . KX,-f' ' l .Klxx . by ex C W WIILLS llflfdlli Through the earlv adxent of warm weather baseball praetlee began sooner than usual thls year Outdoor practrce started a full week before x matron brnng mg out almost a full squad of reerunts among them four letter men But praetrce unearthed some finds Lloyd Sheehan de veloped readnly as flrststrmg baekstop And Bull Martln and Cal Boleyn were naturals nn the lnheld These men and teammates pnelced from last years M1d dlers and from the new bovs on the squad together wtth the tforementroned regulars made up the hrst nrne It was thls unlvnown quantity whlch laced Dean Aeademy 1 new team on the sehedule rn the openmg eontest on Apfll 16 The hntl store after eleven lnnxngs Wllls pltehed a hne gtme nettlng hfteen strrlveouts 1nd yreldlng but four st attered nts The seeond game wrth Ptwtuelvet l-hgh School w as played the tfternoon of April 20 erry Myers st trted on the mound but flmshed rn left held Wllls trlvmg over the hurhng post XV1th 1 total of ten Moses Brown errors the Paw tutleet Reds nosed us out by the store of 8 9 The third glme it home w 15 played wlth Tabor Aeademv C l trrv Wnlls helped w1n hrs own ball glme by hrttmg Beads!! P E TILLINGHAST tMdl1dQ'6I round tnpper wlth Adams on base The final score was 7 a W1th Laptun Wxlls pnehmg tour hut ball the team next shut out Nxchols umor College The hntl seore was 50 Shee han Myers Wrlls Adams shared batt1ng honors wlth two w ell earned blow s apxece The game wnth Thayer Aeademy was played Aprll 30 After a flne game on Wednesday the team grew lax and al lowed Thayer 17 runs whlle xt scored only 7 And on Wfednesdav May 4 the team played a heart brealung game wlth East Provrdenee, hnally loslng 2 3 Although Moses Brown seeured elght hlts to five for the VlSlIOfS they w ere too se tttered to do the trltk played the sexenth Mme of the season Meetmg a strong Huntnngton team from Boston the squid mox ed behind Clarry W s to wln 72 ifter 1 elose eeven nnnmg contest On Wednesdty May ll the squad journeyed to Pomfret for tn easy w rn be hlnd Captun Wllls l1n1l store was 12 2 At th1s wrxttng sux games remain on the sehedule udgmg from ptst performanees md duly lmptovement the outlook IS most hopeful ,66l . Y. . 3 Q. i . . C A . ' 5 P W If 1 Lf . , - 4 - , " V , C T, f I , . ,2 -L ' 5 ' , , , , , ' J ' ' . ' , . ' 2 ' ' - . - ' . 7 , Y . 7 ' - V. ' A Y ' 1 ' c . , . ' . , 1 1 yv 1 ' 1 7 L I s 1 I s - ' A , 1 .1 - fl y' , . V ' ' Y I ' V . l 4 L . -F . '. L -l A , 2 . Y ,. A V h, D ' ' - .. T, K t 1 ' I , rl v A fl s was 11-5 in favor of Moses Brown. Clarry On Saturday, Dirty 7, Moses Brown , ' 4 1 A2 1, . L x Ayl - ' . L . . , L I . L I ill' 'l f- 1 l 2 ' ' l - . J 1 A , .I L I A 4 A 1 1 Y. - . . 2 ' ' A . 8 . I Q. x f' H r 2 . 4 I .Q Q H ' . Q - . V ' l V r I 1 I ' z A, 2 ', 'z' ' ' ' - ,l . 2 A W 'l Tc ' J . :I I I 2 2 A 9 V' ' v 2 . l ' 21 A ' , . H fs Front Third Row R S Allen B A Brxgham F H Foster P Lxlltbndge E D Pierce VU L Hedges H Baldwm Second Rau G E Myers T R Cothn T S Ingham jr j S Smclanr Mr Waughtel Coach R P Dodd G R Urquhart jr F S Cushing P E Tlllnnghast Manage: Rau J H Mayo W Martxn R D Northrop jr V L Sheehan C W Wtlls Captam E F Armstrong H A Adams F W Allen jr J C Boleyn Schedule: M. B. April 16 Dean Academy .... 4 5 ' ' . . . 8 9 ' .... 7 5 ' ' ' . . 5 0 ' .... 6 17 4 ' ' . . 2 5 7 ' .... 3 2 11 . . . 12 2 14 ' ' . 3 -4 18 ' ..... 22 1 21 . . 3 2 25 .... 28 ' J 4 . . . . i ' Z? 46710- Apr1l 20 Aprll 23 Aprnl 27 Aprll 30 May May May May May May May May une Pawtucket Hugh School Tabor Academy Nnchols jumor College Thayer Academy East Prov1dence H1gh School Huntmgton School Pomfret School at Pomfret Wllbraham Academy at Wrlbraham Prxory School Governor Dummer Academy Lawrence Academy Pendmg Wxlllston Academy at Wnlltston OP LRVN F BRILOI Iflfdxll Although handicapped by lack of experxence thus yerr s track team has thmks to Mr Hoxxe s coachmg abrlxty had a xery good season ln the nrst meet a clean sxxeep rn the shot put by Captam lzrx Ballou Ex Wlrlte and I letcher Burton gaxe us a 36 27 xym ox er Noble and Greenough Sex eral nexx stars appeared for Moses Brovsn 1n thus meet Bull Grlman ln the dash and Hank Adams and ohnny Mlller 1n the 300 yxere outstandmg The next vseek a xery strong Roxbury Latrn term beat our rather green team 47 to 21 Brll Gilman took hrst ID the dash and hurdles and Captain Irx Ballou xxon the shot put but the rest of the team couldnt match Roxbury s poxxer Capt Duck WllldLlLI1 starred for Rox sur At the I lstern belbolrd Relays Moses Broxxns one lap team consrstrng of ohnny Adams took hrst place Thompson Wflgllt Slnkrnson rncl I lrley the txxo lap te1m came Ill thlrd behind labor md Roxbury Latin Blh Gxlman our lone representltlxe ln the 1ny1ta tron ex ents vxas thxrd IH the hurdles In the next meet Moses Broxxn dovxned Tabor 37 to 38 The meet xxasnt decxcled untll the hnal exent the 300 rn xxhlch Hank Adams and ohnny Muller came through xxrth nrst and second pl rces Ballou and Grlman xxon as usual an Red Iarley xxon a nxce xlctory rn he l000 Moses Broxxn then declslxely beat Central Hugh bchool and Laballe Academy Gilman Ballou larley and Adams xxon thenr exents md many other Moses Broxxn runners xxere wok HIRBIRTH SWIIT eJTl1Il1z1'Cl close behmd prhng up poxnts Central sxxept tne lumps to take second place rn the meet lne Prlxate Schools Qhampxonshrp xxas xyon by Roxbury Latrn xxlth Moses Broxxn second Bull Gxlman xxas hrst rn the hurdles and second rn the dash and Red larley xxas a close second rn the 1000 McLaughry and Ex Wlrnte took second and fourth rn the shot put to complete Moses Broxxn s scorlng ln the meet In the sprrng campargn they xxon the first meet xxhrch xx as Vklfll Central 67 to 59 ohnny Mrller starred rn thls meet by breaklng the school record ln the yaxehn Gene Brady also looked yery good as he vxon the mrle vxrth a blg lead In Ballou vxon the discus and the ham mer throxx but hrs great etlort III the shot put xx IS belten by rnches larley Gllman md Mcl aughry also prled up pornts for Moses Broxxn felted Moses Broxxn 75 to Sl The xrsrtors strength rn the jumps and dishes could not be eeyualed by our yxelght men In the running exents Grlman vxon both hurdles and Brady took the mule Ballou Mlller and Wlmrte gained points xxlth the xxelghts but M I T made thxs up by sxxeeprnf the hugh lump broad Jump and sprmts W1tl1 sex eral of its men lllillglbll the Moses Broxxn team xxas hfth rn the R l lnterscho lastlcs lx Wlmrte xxon the ldNLllll and Mc lauzehry added sexeral pornts The team h IS seemed xery strong rn sexeral meets and xxe are noxx conhdently lU0lxllIyL' far xx 1rd to a successful complctron of the surxng season 168 I T . .. , . Y 2 i . 'as Ct I 'L Af' , , . . . . . x- ., . - , V, ' , 'V AV I- ' H V' N .1 I k I l V V Q V ' , A ' v - ' L V : . - , . - V' V ' y : V , . . U sf V ' ' y v V ' - 4 Y V 8 A . ' I l 7 A 7 4 V y .f . V. V ' A r ' v ' r' r J y . , , . a 7- . ' A ' l. " Y 4 f L l 1 ' 1 A , ' 1' I Q . V I I . v f ' ' : V , , - . V. . V , , . , , ' , V' , ', 4 r .- - ' - ' , . V ' , ' - - , , . - I y. 1. 1 ' ' .. 3' ', ' ' , 2 ' fx '1 1 " ", . ' it ' ai ' ' ' 5 .1 Miller, Guilford Golf, Howie Arnold, and Hank In the next meet the M. I. T. Freshmen de- ' ' A 5 ' , ' , 1 f ' . ' .' 5 ,QV :Z .V7 V, 2 y K ' .' B. lk. V , ' ' . ' ". . V v f ' 'I . , V V.' . . ' y , . . . . A V , , -,- V V '77 ' A V' V.' , 1 . I I H . . A . . Y H . V A .Y . . ' - ' ' , as t v 1 4 1 4 'A 1 . F S ' v . r J V ' . . I 7 ' ' .l " ' A I. .Ap ' V . V, V ., 4. , A yi. A A, . V L. , ' K. ,, , .'y '-' V ', - 1. V 5 . N-1 I '.V Y - A V -' , K . , v :, .VV . . V .' .V .y ,l , 5. .. . , A . JI ' , l ' . Y . s-.- I , V 7 , L. M 5. . QV ., y. ,69 1710721 Fomth R011 Mr Howe Mr Mclntyre Mr Myers Cmzrfyex A L Zurllnden H P Driscoll T L Yltman Arflalant Iflunagw H H Swcct Manager R I Spelman A mlm! llunzgef Tlazfd R011 G F Blnvcn jr .I E McCall A L Robblns T F Tucker W W Dwyer Jr C R Baker A Sanford I H Bolton jr F G Pxerce jr j S Bllven Sefofzd R011 F J Drnscoll r J I' Iamphcre G C Thompson F P Bumn jr F M Wrxght r C L Phtlllps Jr K S johnson jr H C Lmd H M Arnold jr R011 A Farley I A Muller r F O Whltc 'Ir W P Gllm I' Ballou Cllffllll R dcO MtL1ughry L j Brady jr R Srnkmson T M Rnchards jr 1714007 .Seaton S rlaedzzle 'VI Opp C C C C Mar 5 Aprrl 22 Aprrl 29 May May May May 1 Noble and Greenough School Roxbury Latm School Eastern Seaboard Relays 1st One Lap Relay 'I abor Academy LaSalle Academy and Central H1 gh School Prrvate Schools Meet Ollf!Il007 SEIIYOII Central Htvh School M I T Freshmen Rhode Island State Interscholastncs Loomrs School LS 31 38C 20' 3 2nd Place , t Iaxfth Place Harvard Interscholastxcs Fourth Place Brown Interscholastlts X 1, J A mek . . ' . , J' ., . 1. . ' . . . V , . . I , ., . . ' , -I ., 1. H. Jr., ' .. 5 I ' 1, ., ' an, 1. F. . , .1 f, Ian. 29 t . . 36 27 F 5 U .... 21 42 F b. 12 . . . . . 1 15 F b. 19 1 ' .... 37 26 F b. 25 ' ' ' , . 2 L. 5. 1 5 ' 'O - L... C7 59 ' . . . .... 51 75 7 1 A . . 7' 14 ' ..... 71 51 21 G . . . f0 ' " . . . r 33, ROBERT P LATHROP Captauz The call for swrmmers thrs year was answered by one of the largest groups ever to collect to try out for the team We had a few old boys rncludmg Captain Bob Lathrop Bud Fastwood Wm Coleman and Howre ohnson and sexeral thrrd formers Adnan Sanford Henry Dunbar Brll Bellows and Bob Martm We welcomed flve newcomers to the team Gene Brady Don Holmes Howxe Bacon and Nat Oakes As thrs llst shows the squad was large and wlllnng but not too able because of the ages of the boys Whnle one of the largest groups xt rs also the youngest crowd of asprrants to the team Irye of the boys accompanied Coach Whrt ford to Amherst for a short part of Chrnstmas yacatlon to practrce IH the new pool there They were also coached by Tug Kennedy Am herst s swrmmxng coach whrle they were there and returned much the better for the trrp The scores do not rndrcate a yery successful season but as Mr Whltford pornted out we couldn t wxn every meet We could obtarn some experlence for the next two seasons when the present thrrd formers wlll be nn thelr prune Our hrst meet was a vlctory oy er Dean Acad e-my Here the team was at 1ts best taklng two places IH every rndludual event and wlnnrng the freestyle relay At thus meet sex eral unsuspected good swlmmers showed up Nat Oakes placed nn the dmng Howard ohnson took second to Gene Brady s hrst 1n the hundred and How ard Bacon who had just learned to swrm back stroke came rn second rn his ey ent Durnng the week following colds began to take thenr annual toll and some of the swnm mers werent ln top form at the Haryard Inter scholastlcs Gene Brady howexer placed rn the hnals of two exents the hundred rn wlnch he took fourth and the relay which captured thnrd posrtnon 'Ihe others on the relay team were Dunbar Iastwood and Lathrop These pomts gaxc the team a t1e wlth Hebron for seyenth place Determined to make up for thus showmg the swnnmers were the more dnsappolntcd when 3 ALDEN G CLAYTON JVIam1gef they left St George s on the sery short end of the score TIYIHKLI too hard ln the face of strong confident opposntxon they fell short of thenr est Next week the team show ed up a httle better agamst the strong Pawtucket team Although we captured only one first the relay Gene Brady and Don Holmes came IH rlght behmd Pawtuckets flying 100 man ack Ryan Gene also mcreased the score by placrng second ID the 50 and Eastwood took a good second rn the 200 The team had more place takers 1n the Brown Interscholastlcs than at Haryard but stxll we had only seventh place Brady took a hfth ln the 50 as dld Eastwood rn the 200 and Sanford rn the dmng The relay team repeated rts Cam brxdge performance by collecting four pomts but thrs tune by placmg fourth The M I T I reshmen meet was lost but only by a yery narrow margm Henry Dunbar came IH a close second Ill the 50 and Sanford fol lowed by Martm flnrshed second nn the breast stroke Bacon and Bellows also had the same relative posltrons rn the backstroke We held the lead after the 100 rn whnch Brady and Holmes fimshed one two but M I T came out dldnt get enough pomts to w1n the meet The Brown Ireshmen meet had been post poned but when nt came we were at our strongest Sanford and Oakes took second and tlurd places rn the drung both at peak form Dunbar was just nosed out ln the 50 but Don Holmes took the 100 rn good trme In this meet the freestyle relay team of Dunbar Bray Brady and Lathrop won keepnng therr record Intact ID dual meets tlus season Although no records were broken this year the season was cyulte successful from the new point of lts arms The swrmmers snagged all possrble pomts and obtanned enough experience to become yeterans for next year s team Then and the year following mstead of placing sec ond and thnrd they wxll be wmmng To them we wnsh the best of luck o' X V, e ,. .V , A V' ' V V V , ' V V , , A y Y 7 . V . , Y , - ' . be . ' V' V ,V V .V I V ' V ,l V A . , , , , . , . . 1 ' J Y : ' , , . , 7 I ' 7 ' 3 7 3 , , . , ' V y V . A , Q V . 5 7 VV -V ' ' ' V A . ' ' V' . ' - ll 1? ' ' ' V A ' . 7 l . ' V' ' ,V V V , . ' I V . . . . , V 7 a - I 1 A 1 V ' e , I , 7 . . ' -' ' V . , - , .. . 1 V ' f ' '- f ' 1 on top rn the drves. The freestyle relay won, but ' , - V V ' , V - ' ' y y ' V' .- V V' , ' V . , V 2 . - ' , V J . .- V . ' V V. Y 3 7 1 7" ' A V ' ' . , - , -,- ' V , V 7 7 ' . . -V ' 1 V x 1 ' 7 ' V r V f 1 , . . . V V l . 7 y 1 V, , ' V l V V , y . . 7 . , , . - y V n y y V r . y ' 7 3 . , . V - , ' - V - ' . - - V' V- Y 7 -' . V .V V - V -. V yy. V , . , . . , -, . V VI A V. ' - y V - , V,V V. y ' -l y -- . V V ' . -, ' V' ' V' , V' ' , ' 5 7 ' - V' - V. . . V. . V . V. V'- . ,V -f S O . F - ,Q A 71 Fmzzl Second R014 N P Odkcs H I Bacon A Sanford H B johnson S W Spooner Anmfzni Nlanugea Mr Whrrfrurd Crumb A G Cllyron Alanzqw W M Bellows R F Mxrnn j E Clark Ron D E Holmes A M Eastwood E B1 rdy R P Lathrop C,1pI11n W O Coleman H F Dunbar G T Bray e e e M r Mar Scfvezfzlfe 5 9 Dean Academy Harvard InrerscholasncQ St George s School Pawtucket Hrgh School Brown Inrerscholasncs M I T Frebhmen Brown Freshmcn 1 : M.B. Opp jan. 22 ..... 45 21 Jan. 29 1 . . " Fb. 5 . ' .... 111 52 Fb. 12 ' ' . . . 20 46 Fb. 26 ' . . . a. . . . 2 .... 31 35 ' . . -.... 27 39 S je fred for Seventh Seventh Place F J DRISCOIL JR 5117, I M H E M MLDBLM JR Vps C1 f11p1111 C R HOOD Jvlfm 11111 'lhrs year s tennrs ICIIU rs exeeptronally xx ell balanced 1nd promrses to l11xe a very successful season xxrth hve games already chalked up rn rts favor Co eaptarns Drls eoll and Medbery are the sole letter men but they are well supported by Plrmpton, Eastman Foster B1leer Long Palmer Lathrop Grftord Larry hastman xx 15 the xxrnner of the Albert Horton Std 11ll Senror Tennrs trophy Thrs cup and the Chase Cup 1yx arded at the end of tl1e year for the best rndrvrdual player serxe to sharpen 111terest 1nd keep tennrs on ft eompetrtrye basrs Coaches Her1n1n lllel Adlxrns h1ve l1bored pnnsttlxmqly lllel untrrrngly to develop a strong super team lI1Ll tl1e1r enorts h1xe not been entrrely unrerlrzed Although the team l11s 11ot yet re1ehed tts hrghest po111t of perfeetlon there 15 no re 1son xx hy If should not 1ppro1el1 1 1111 h st1nd1rd before tl1e SCINUII I5 elosed 'Ihe nrst QIITIC or the se1so11 xx lb pl 1yed on the u 1leer eourts IQJIIHSE Attleboros eraele squad Plrmpton Drrseoll Lastmtn 1nd Medbery 1ll yxon therr srngles 1nd doubles Ihe hn1l seore xx 15 7 Z 111 l1vor ot Moses Brown Xvlfll more eonhdenee the u tleer term 7mm met the fhayer te1n1 on the home courts Desprte drfheult opposrtron and eourt eon drtrons due to r11n the day betore Moses Brovxn carrled the day 5 4 Because tl1e Cranston courts vxere not rn shape Cranston played on our courts and eonsequently our next game xxrth them xxrll be played tl1ere rnstead ot here as orrqrnally seheduled Drrseoll Medbery Foster Palmer 1I'lLl Btker all yxon therr matches 111 short order whrle Ifastman and Plrmpton vxere stmgelrng out a losrng doubles game untrl sex en o eloek the record for endurmee Moses Broxxn xxon Huntrnqton brought 1 hne el 1y xxrth .1 nasty xxmel xxl11eh prob1bly saved the mateh tor Moses Broxx ll All tl1e players xx ere elurte eyenly m ttehed lllel rt xx as only 1tter l11rd drrxrnq tl11t xxe xxon 5 1 Portsmouth Prrory brought only tour players 1nste1d of the trtdrtronal sexen Therr long trrp evrdently xx lb trrrng be LIUSL they lost 60 XV1th thrextenrng sl1oxxers 1ll tl1e pl 1yers xxere under el strarn but ol1n Plrmpton h 1d the h1rdest 1T11fLl1 xY,lfll tl11s reeord of sueeess behrnd tl1e te un brds fur to l11xe 111 ex p t1on1lly hne reeord 7 1 1 I I f . . 1 . . 7 8 . . . 3 1 fo-C 1111 A 1 1- If I. . . 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ALBFRTE HACKINC juz Ca 111111 When the vsrestlung season rolled around tluus year the call for eandudates was answered by many yeterans of last year together vyuth numer ous new members Among those of last year that reported were ack Bolton Ired Pueree Bob Chace Al Hackung Phul Bowdutch and Punkue Post The other candudates to report were Duck MacGuyer Seth Gufford Ray Greg son and Roger lreeman Under the fine leadershup of Coaclu Ld Falsugluo and Capt Al Hackung vue took our hrst meet from Hope Street Hugh School wuth a 20 16 yuctory Our second meet tool. place at Country Day promusung when Punleue Post started off by punnung Herb Wylue un the 110 pound class 'lhus match hovsever vuas follovued by three referee decusuons for C ountry Day In the 155 pound class Ired Puerce punneel Bowers f Country Day un tluree and one half munutes I the 175 pound class Ray Gregson mon the decu suon ox er Mattox Thus last match proyed to be very unterestung as neuther Gregson nor Mattox had ey er vs restled before The funal result of the meet hovuexer went to Country Day 19 13 The followung vyeele vue met Centrals mat men un our ovxn gymnasuum As we had ex pected me dud not do vsell un thus meet as RICHARD B FLETCHER ejvltzzmgeu the Central team luad seyeral State cluampuons XVe managed to score only 15 pounts The next Wednesday we went dovxn to St Georges School at Muddletown lor the hrst four matches vue seemed to be vxell matched Hovueyer omung to Hackungs lame sude lost the 145 pound to Powell of St Georges After tvso more decusuons to St George s Greg son took the 175 pound class The hnal score was 20 8 un faxor of St George s Cn March 8 we concluded our wrestlung sea son when we met East Provudence Hugh School Theur team seemed to haye the edge on us throughout the enture match The contest was tory for East Proyudence The four vurestlers vuho entered the Brown Interscholastucs thus year vuere Post Bolton Hacleung and Ired Puerce Although we had only two entrues un the finals the others dud a fine yob Punltue Post vsas entered un the funals but was defeated aclt Bolton was dropped un the semu finals Fred Puerce forfeuted hus match un the semu hnals because of a bad shoulder and Al Hackung came through vsuth a yuctory un the 145 pound class Although our record thus year was not so good as last year s we can certaunly be proud of the hne spurut the members of the team have shovyn under the leadershup of Coach lalsugluo .74 . 1. no A ,T ' P ' u U 1 A ' I , , . . l-,V 1 4 , ' y , ' f . - -Q ' . 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' 1 A ' . . 1 2 77 Second R014 Q' Mr Rames Mr Mcrntt Mr Waughtel front Rau Robert deO Mvlaughry Clrrencc VV Wrlls C1rtcrP1lmLr Lrun E Ballou PON enrollment ever bo 1 ID Sthool automatrcall becomes a 5 yf V Y 5 Y W' 'R member of the Athletrc Assocratron So that the athletrc mterests of K l 1 fig y the student body may be handled effrcrently hors ever the members KS-E92 l delegate therr powers to an Executrve Commrttee consrstmg of four students and three masters elected by the student body each sprrng The prrncrpal dunes of the Executrve Commrttee actmg on beh 1lf of the members are as follows 1To 2To 3To There award letters approve schedules for all sports nom1nate for managershrps and assxstant managershrps nom1nate candrdates for the succeedmg Executrve Commrttee was put mto effect thus year a new arrangement rn regard to letters vthrth was suggested by the members of last y ear s commrttee From now on all xthletrc letters xx 1ll be of one desrgn, that used formerly for football only Mayor letters vull measure srx md one half mches and mll be blue, to be worn on a whrte svv eater Major letters wrll be awarded for football, baseball track and tennrs Mmor letters, whnch w1ll be whrte and measure five rnches are to be presented for success rn svtrmmrng wrestlrnfv, and rndoor track The followmg were members of the Commnttee for 1957 1998 Carter Palmer, Presrdent, Clarence Wrlls Vrce President, Ervm Ballou Secretary Robert McLaughry unror Member Mr Watrghtel, Mr Runes Mr Merrltt 1 aculty Members M0401 Baaam Nlhlehc 4? 1' 4 'ar 'Q' if Af- ' Q -g ! 111OS1S ISROXX IN SC H1101 CHAP1111 1 ' XINXIN 1 1 1 11 Ax1111 1111 111 11 D11 1 111m Mmm C1111111 11111111 11111 ij., R11 11111111 15111111 1 ISAIXI If 'N1111111x 131111111 3111111 11111 1 1 IN I1 K Sl 11 1 11111111 X AI 1 XIINI X1 1111m111 1'51N1101'1x11N1H 11111111V111N11 111111 X11111111111 1 1 1 R 1 S111 1 X11111 H 11111111 X 111 ' 111111 1111111111 H1111 1111 111111 L11C1111l111SC 1 11111 111111 Axlliffxx XV1111111. 111 'J 11111 1 X111 111 1 1 X '1 1111111 1 1111 X11 1111111 H11m111x 611111 1917 1111111 N11 I1 1 1 P11 1 11 1 N11 1 11111 1 1916 1 01111111 H1111 11111 91 11 1 XX 1111 f IJ x1XN 11 1111 X11 W IN 1111 111111 111111 111111 S1X1N11 11111 111 1111 11 11 1 'X 111111111 111111111 811111111 1 R11 1111111 1 1111111011111 91 11111 1 11111 11111 11111 Y '11 ' ' I' ' 'f T ' ' ' ' 'f 111' '1'111i f11'M l.A1'131iSO1lI1p'1'Y IN 1 111.1111x1'1'11111 111f 11.111111111111111 .1111 1.1 i1"1'S 11,511 29? 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