Moses Brown School - Mosaic Yearbook (Providence, RI)

 - Class of 1946

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'G OHNJAJWTCH ELL In Mernoriam The stars shall fade away, the sun himself Grow dim with age, and Nature sink in years, But thou shalt Hourish in immortal youth, Unhurt amidst the war of elements, The wreck of matter, and the crush of worlds. -Joseph Addison ARTHUR EDMUND JAGGER December 13, 1928-October 21, 1945 Champion Middlers' Football Team III, Middlers' Basketball Team III, Champion Middlers' Baseball Team III, President of Third Form, Student Activities Committee III, Baseball Team IV, Glee Club IVg Chess Club IV, Delphian Board IV, Vg Latin Prize IIQ First English Prize II, III, IV, Second Hannah J. Bailey Essay Prize IV, High Honors II, III, IV, Founder's Prize II, III Q Cum Laude IV, Harvard Clubs Book Prize IV. I 6 l For what is Thine is ours always: and ' life is eternal and love is immortal, and In Memorlam what we sometimes call death is only a horizon, and a horizon is nothing but the limit of our slht.-For Those Who Illourn DAVID EARL PEARCE February 18, 1928-April 19, 1946 Football Squad IV, Team Vg Track Squad III, IV, Middlers' Basketball Team III: Assistant Manager of Tennis Team IV, Manager-Elect Vg Proscenium Club III, IV, Business Manager Vg Glee Club III, IV, Vg Delphian Board IV, Vg Business Manager of MOSAIC, Dance Committee IV, Vg First Prize, Declamation Contest III, IV. l7l 19 T fx X N x"'-W fx-Ni W lx ' ",., 6 "" l ' 'NN 1 il X 11 . 5- gs ' A ' 'f1- ' . '.. ' '7 gal-ln, ,. ff' "2 E E -aj X 1 .3LWEl.' E gt? E: 'Qi Q as In 553 g 1:1 M is aidfshx ll " 1 - A H" ski--N 'v ' f I , . 1 W -' 'X 23"- , .tgxgidflxff I I ,ilu -..... , 1, - ,iff X if . f W 1 X My Mb! ev. ' fe'if,5E2ffi, My 3-'Yf'L , f qs 'fl !,,:J Y,,A T-,.f',ffLff::.i'ff5'-'Z Win53 1819 Founder and History MOSES BROWN, 1738-1836 Special friend of the poor and needy,' counselor to the troubledg physician to the poor and rich,' apostle of temperanceg advocate of peace,' patriot and paciflstg abolitionistg promoter and patron of industryg assemblyman and joint author of the first proposed free-school legislation for Prozfidenceg student of scienceg one of the founders of the Providence Athenaeum Library, the Rhode Island Bible Society, the Society for the Promotion of Agriculture in Rhode Island, the Rhode Island Peace Society, and the Rhode Island Historical Societyg treasurer of the School Fund for more than half a centuryg generous donor of land to, and leading spirit in the founding of MOSES BROVVN SCHOOL Yearly Meeting School at Portsmouth ......., . 1784-1788 Friends' Boarding School at Providence opened .... ..... 1 819 Moses Brown School, name adopted ....,......, 1904 Control of Lincoln School assumed for the education of girls and Moses Brown School made a boys, school exclusively .............. 1926 131 I sms LEA N IN pgilf HT 0 Nffvc QOH R 5 ALL NEM FOR ET 9 ' , I V" 'X E-if'o"f:Y sssvffka f i' i' I i fs :- - ' W. sf - X .. s-"IS A fqnl 'iii' w .tix f- , ' 3- ' P s,X"+ WR-AN: W9 ,gs Wing, yr -mi -f-. . 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' ' 7 ':Q i i'i:..', ' Q 3' .5:'X,.i' A.: U '- 15191 ' .1 , 1 xx-.gkaxlu-lin ii H-H A xsi ig fg A -,ix x ,ia i QNJL it . 'ii ,X 1i2..s.aJ. X ,liao - HE ,,-Vi, -E e' 1 11.15 A -L 'P' U 1 'vw 1 we-' "em 1' rm -1 1 ,- f I' 1 ' ' N 6 it - vi .j f gg ! :li 1' V1.1 M52-3 64' , , 'Q llfi j in I 4 Q - ' 'p - li- -..S.:,1g5 45333 -4 ii :fL,t,,c,cL y 1:1 Y Vi ' . ,.: ii J' ,L - . -lg:-WV--I ,B av fr .. H, 75 , -W'-fi 1 ' ir- Qi ' ' ' K.- v-. "P ' 147V sl :play -- - - +1 --wrlf .- Matthew and Betsey Purinton . 1946 Qfficers SUPERINTENDENTS . . . . , . . 1819-1824 Enoch and Lydia Breed .,..... . 1824-1835 Stephen and Hannah Gould, Assistant Superintendents , . 1829-1835 Seth and Mary Davis ........ . 1835-1836 Enoch and Lydia Breed . . . 1837 Rowland and Alice Rathbun . . 1838-1839 Allen and Olive Wing . . . 1840-1844 Olney and Lydia Thompson , . 1845-1846 Jarvis and Lydia Congdon . .... . 1847 Silas and Sarah M. Cornell .... . 1847-1852 PRINCIPALS john Griscom . .... , 1832-1835 Pliny Earle ....,..........,.. 1835 Moses B. Lockwood ,............... 1836-1838 School managed from 1838-1852 by Superintendents without Principals Charles Atherton and Gertrude E. VVhittier ......,.... 1852-1855 joseph and Gertrude VV. Cartland .... , 1855-1860 Albert K. Smiley ....,... , 1860-1879 Alfred H. Smiley, Associate Principal also 1873-1879 . . 1860-1868 Rebecca H. Smiley, Principal of Girls' Department . . 1863-1879 Augustine jones ...,.... . 1879-1904 Seth K. and Mary Amy Gifford . . . 1904-1924 L. Ralston Thomas, Headmaster 1924- 191 IE STEPS Wig E ER JHALL PERTSHQ EMOR U, dia T' 1 is .-5 .... 4 X - . - of 3 - 1 A y -"" 9 Committee in Charge of School Clerk, ALEXANDER C. PURDY, Hartford, Connecticut MOSES BAILEY BRUCE M. BIGELOW T. DWIGHT BOOLE CHARLES F. BROWN EDITH L. BUFFUM SUSAN L. DOW RICHARD M. GUMMERE RUFUS M. JONES EDWARD L. MACOMBER PHOEBE F. PERRY GREN O. PIERREL "gDeceased WALTER H. WOOD l101 CHARLES P. SISSON MARGARET G. SISSON DONALD B. SNYDER THOMAS A. TRIPP WILLIAM WEBSTER FRANCES E. WHEELER LUCIA A. WHEELER CHARLES H. WHITE WILLIS H. WHITET ELLEN A. WINSLOW LYRA T. WOLKINS 'Q ii!-y1IQ'llE1T lykebll-EER 5 Q 1 Y' ' ' :mm ' a HE I-a es ageggqggj L. RALSTON THOMAS Headmaster Haverford College, B.S. Harvard University, Ed.lVI. Rhode Island College of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences, Sc.D llll OLIVER J. B. HENDERSON Senior Master Brown University Ph.B. SAMUEL H. VVAUGHTEL Latin, Physical Director Marietta University A.M. ARTHUR W. CATE Modern Foreign Languages Student Adviser Brown University Ph.B., A.M. Harvard University A.M. University of Grenoble WILLIAM PAXTON English Brown University Ph.B. Harvard University EVERETT B. RAINE5 History NVesleyan University BS. Brown University U21 J' RE NE LEARN WlfpgifiMQRICHTBIBW10,Wff5EifggEZJq'L7 is ALL NgI'5LLFORCE7e I f ii 4715? ig f , g of U if ig "-f 'HRX xi -x V L E rs QF F. WARREN HOWE, JR. Assistant to Senior Master Manual Training Mechanical Drawing Rhode Island School of Design J. DR1sKO ALLEN Head of Lower School Colby College B.S. Harvard University MARION L. HERMAN M athernatics Dickinson College A.B. Columbia University A.M. THEODORE S. W H1TEORD French, English Amherst College A.B. University of Nancy University of Paris QDiplOmaj Middlebury College A.M. BASIL G. MEsERvE English, Student Adviser Amherst College A.B. Harvard University i131 - lE DSH1 F HM TR CQHALL Pmisn mon UT Jia T . 'Hi-in y 4 5 pfiiggg-gl 3 O ll I E...i" X CHARLES W. HUTTON C heinistry, Physics College of Wooster A.B. , Ohio State University M.A. RICHARD P. ELMS F rench, Spanish Boston University AB. Middlebury College WILLIAM G. RAMsDHN Mathematics Colby College BS. Harvard University University of New Hampshire FRANK E. FULLIALR English, Latin Colby College B.S. University of Michigan JOHN H. MITCHELL M itsic University of New Hampshire A.B. Boston University New England Conservatory of Music l H41 Q X, bu LEA-5-N WUEFQMQT 0 hQ.s..Lg9.0N. .X All mm 'f Q9 -- Af . I ' rr A C' C - i IIIWCL 'L i' -2 - --- A ii C gi.,:i1?-R" ROB ERT R. COVELL M alhemalics Harvard University B.A. WILMOT D. GRIFFITH English, Geography Union College A.B. Columbia University M.A. RHUBENA W. HYNDMAN Studio Massachusetts School of Art Boston University ELEANOR B. MONAHON Biology Bates College A.B. Cornell University MA. LoU1s FEIN General Science Long Island University B.S. University of Colorado M.S. l151 limi, s 'ER"3i7iE?Ws EMQRES wir 155,411 T 1 l V -1 E511 . jo, I 'I ALEXANDER C. PURDY School Minister Penn College A.B. Hartford Theological Seminary Ph.D. E. HAROLD JERNQUIST Treasurer Northeastern University B.C.S. On Leave of Absence LEO H. COLE Drawing and Painting Massachusetts School of Art B.S. in Ed. l16l " 115 E w LEA N nv F55 BRIGHT dignif- lnamliiblrr- 1' In ' R "aiu,--.,-1 Ty I ' ' - ' ' ' 3 I nfl-hung , rv f .X SF? an X B X W loci! f l, f 4114 ' I " F HM 'eR QQHAITL PERTSH- 7+a gf4T E5.w1T v ,d1e . -.. E -L ' 9 W 'I '-. it gun M ,Aix f I., Dl3NALD B. SNYDER, jk. ALAN P. CARPENTER President Vice-President RAYMOND S. TA1NsH JACK F. KNOWLES Secretary Treasurer The Fifth Form Back Row: R. NV. Bliss, VV. A. Hamilton, D. Pridmore Brown. Sixth Row: R. F. Eaton, R. L. Duval R. H. Breslin, jr., E. H. VVright, M. l. Brier, J. H. Roberts, E. D. Cook, E. M. Perry, B. Derbyshire, F. R Gleason, jr. Fifth Row: E. j. Gately, jr., A. M. Gilbert, VV. B. Farnsworth, jr., VV. H. Claflin, R. C. Gibbs M. j. Lipson. Fourth Row: S. Markowitz, C. F. X. Hartnett, VV. M. McCormick, D. S. VVoodman, C. XV Megathlin, jr., P. F. Smith. Third Row: VV. j. Maguire, jr., R. Sinkinson, D, Langdon, jr., H. VV. Armbrust L. j. Triedman, j. K. Dean. Second Row: R. H. Hallett, C. j. Smith, jr., H. j. Arnold, D. E. Pearce, R. B Lownes, R. j. Metcalfe, G. R. Smith, jr. Front Row: C. B. Brunner, jr., P. L. Monroe, ll, A. P. Carpenter D. B. Snyder, jr., F. Knowles, R. B. Graham, N. E. Picchione. Not in picture: P. K. Arnold, A. L. Hurst G. S. Kenney, R. S. L. Kinder, R. S. Tainsh, J. H. Lindsey. l13l I f X XX V f AVA- V ,Nigel ' I5 ,vignfylxxfvc , V' Y-S l l J' X l l i J A es.. ' f ' .5-if if' fr' 'lla fl' A ,W A- A -A A HOWARD WALTER ARMBRUST 148 Edgewood Boulevard, Providence S, R. I. Hurricane H ofwie Middlers' Basketball Team II, Captain III, Baseball Squad III, Team IV, Vg Football Squad IV, Team Vg Track Squad V: Soccer Team III, Glee Club IV, Vg Art Editor of MOSAIC. HENRY JEROME ARNOLD 10 Euclid Avenue, Providence 6, R. I. Hank Cross Country Squad III 3 Football Squad IV, Team Vg Track Team III, IV, Co-Captain V3 Delphian Board Vg MOSAIC Board: Honors III, 1946 National Prep School Champion and Holder of School Record, 60-yard dash, 6.4 seconds, 1946 New England Private School Champion, 40-yard dash and 300-yard run. PETER KENT ARNOLD? 65 Read Avenue, Saylesville, R. I. Pete Middlers' Basketball Team III, Baseball Squad III: Chess Club I, II, III, Glee Club III, IV, V. RANDALL WATERMAN BLISS 75 Upton Avenue, Providence 6, R. I. Randy Assistant Manager of Baseball Team IV, Dance Committee Vg MOSAIC Board. ROBERT HENRY BRESLIN, JR." 48 Dartmouth Street, Warwick S, R. I. Bob Wrestling Squad IVQ Glee Club II, IV, V. 'Mid-year graduate nggt HA i R SHALL PERIS-pr mE,m E5.W,Tm?'d1d . -4 ' I - . ,i g glagnlm N e.,.o -' i 1. j , MILTON IRVING BRIER 15 Upton Avenue, Providence 6, R. I. Milt Swimming Squad II, Team III, Captain IV, V, Chess Club I, II, Paul Messer Swimming Trophy IV, Holder of Records and Titles for 100-yard Breaststroke: School Records, 60-foot pool, 1.06.7 minutes, 75-foot pool, 1.07.2 minutes, 1946, Second Place, National Interscholastic Swimming Championships, 1945, Win- ner, Eastern Division National Interscholastic Swimming Cham- pionships, 1946. CARL BEAN BRUNNER, JR. CA, Chase National Bank, San juan, Puerto Rico Cass Swimming Squad IV, V, Cross Country Squad V, Tennis Squad IV, Manager of Tennis Team V, Dance Committee V, Honors IV. ALAN PURDOM CARPENTER 375 Lloyd Avenue, Providence 6, R. I. Al Carp Baseball Team IV, V, Football Team IV, V, Wrestling Team IV, V, Secretary of Athletic Association V, Vice-President of Fifth Form, S.A.C. V, Proscenium Club V, Glee Club V, MOSAIC Board, Honors IV. WILLIAM HOWARD CLAFLIN 180 Medway Street, Providence 6, R. I. Bill Claf Middlers' Basketball Squad III, Tennis Squad II, Team III, IV, Captain V, Secretary of First Form, S.A.C. I, Chess Club I, II, III, IV, President V, Proscenium Club IV, Stage Manager V, Glee Club II, Editor-in-Chief of Delphian V, MOSAIC Board, Honors I, II, III. EDWARD DEMING COOK 21 Glen Avenue, Edgewood 5, R. I. Ed Tennis Squad III, IV, V. 19 . ,,...,X 1 1 RE W LEARN IN J:e's--fBf3'e5W J125'fnNp.'1i5ON5,a 5 All MIR rwrrjj K H effe -is ' R . -ff iii 5 'Yagi WJ fleaftii V ,.. JOHN KIMBALL DEAN CA, 17 Custom House Street, Providence 2, R. I. Assistant Manager of Baseball Team III, Manager IVQ Middlers' Basketball Squad IIIQ Band III, Orchestra III, IV, V. BRUCE DERBYSHIRE' 432 Florence Street, Fall River, Mass. Derby Dink Football Squad IV, Vg Tennis Squad IV, Chess Club IV: Dance Committee Vg Honors IV. ROBERT LAW DUVAL 65 Fairfield Road, Cranston 10, R. I. Bob WILLIAM BARBOUR FARNSWORTH, JR. 50 Barnes Street, Providence 6, R. I. Will Bill Admiral Swimming Squad III, Team IV, Vg Tennis Squad III, IV, Man- ager IVJ Proscenium Club II, III, IV, Secretary Vg Glee Club I II, III, V, Secretary IV, MOSAIC Board: Dance Committee I1 III, IV, Honors I. EDWARD JOSEPH GATELY, JR. 476 Fair Street, Warwick 5, R. I. Skip E-J Ed Football Team Vg Track Squad I, II, III, Wrestling Squad III, Tennis Squad Vg Honors II, III. 'Mid-year graduate EER I-JALL PERISFF EMDR E5 WIT Img? A J J ROBERT CLINTON GIBBS' 77 Hope Street, Rumford 16, R. I. Bob Gibbsie Swimming Team IV, Glee Club IV, Vg Honors III. ALAN MORSE GILBERT 32 East Manning Street, Providence 6, R. I. Tennis Squad IV, Team Vg Delphian Board Vg MOSAIC Board High Honors IV, Cum Laude IV. FREDERICK RICHMOND GLEASON, JR. 12 Bonwood Road, Newtonville 60, Mass. Dick Baseball Team IV, Vg Football Team IV, Vg Track Team IV. ROBERT BRUCE GRAHAM 6 Bellevue Avenue, Saylesville, R. I. Bob Gab Middlers' Basketball Team III3 Baseball Team III, IV, Vg Foot- ball Team III, IV, V, Glee Club V. RICHARD HARDING HALLETT 31 West Street, Mansfield, Mass. Dick Football Squad IV, Team Vg Track Team III, IV, Vg Secretary of Fourth Form, S.A.C. IVg Glee Club V. 'Mid-year graduate hmm: lbw- I ji '-if ai ,J I px" LE N IN p5'S B,fU.GHT U NWG SSON 'I uluaifluh XJ' Lf it r , f XT' 3 WILLIAM ALAN HAMILTON , 17 McKeen Street, Brunswick, Maine I Track Squad Vg Cross Country Squad V, Glee Club V. CHARLES FRANCIS XAVIER HARTNETT 9 Water House Road, Belmont, Mass. Chuck Chas Baseball Team III, IV, Captain Vg Football Team IV, Treasurer of Fourth Formg S.A.C. IV, Proscenium Club Vp Glee Club IV, V, Dance Committee Vg Winner of Senior Tennis Tournament. ALFRED LIONEL HURST, JR." 33 Pelham Parkway, North Providence 11, R. I. Al Baseball Squad IV, Wrestling Squad IV, Middlers' Basketball Squad II: Glee Club III, IV, Vg Dance Committee III. GORDON STANLEY KEN NEY 29 Shirley Boulevard, Cranston 10, R. I. Stan Bot Track Squad IV, Glee Club Vg Band Vg Photography Editor of MosAIc. ROBERT SAMUEL LUFBERY KINDER' 41 High Street, Bristol, R. I. Shrimp Shorty Wrestling Team IV, Cross Country Squad III, Glee Club V. 'Mid-year graduate ' E'i1,113,mmz-iiiflig ER HALL PER: mire Es .wir q5?',,1er:ra "1 3 ii' .A lil JOHN FIELDER KNOWLES 403 Prospect Avenue, Hackensack, N. J. J ack Tennis Squad IV, V, Treasurer of Fifth Form, S.A.C. V, Chess Club IV, Glee Club V, Orchestra IV, President V, High Honors IV, Time Current Affairs Test, First Prize IV, V, School Winner V. DUNCAN LANGDON, JR. 14 Olive Street, Providence 6, R. I. Gub Gus Dune Baseball Squad IV, Football Squad III, Team IV, V, Track Squad III, V, Soccer Team III, Wrestling Squad IV, Team V, Proscenium Club III, IV, V, Glee Club IV, V, MOSAIC Board, Dance Committee II, IV. JOHN HATHAWAY LINDSEY, JR.""" 881 Madison Street, Fall River, Mass. Johnny Jack Baseball Squad II, IV, V, Wrestling Squad IV, Glee Club I, III. MALCOLM JAY LIPSON 253 Freeman Parkway, Providence 6, R. I. Mac Track Squad V, Middlers' Basketball Squad III, IV, Tennis Squad V, Chess Club III, IV, Secretary V, Glee Club III, IV, V, MOSAIC Board, High Honors III, IV, Second English Prize IV, Founder's Prize IV, Cum Laude IV. ROBERT BALCOM LOWNES 54 Wingate Road, Providence 6, R. I. Bob Baseball Squad IV, Swimming Squad IV, Wrestling Squad V, Middlers' Basketball Squad III, Tennis Squad V, Chess Club III, Proscenium Club V, Glee Club I, II. "Entered Armed Forces in August 1943. Awarded diploma in absentia June 1944 HR w LEAREN Hi V5 ALL,fN5gQlE,Egj',j .1 C ii 1 WILLIAM JAMES MAGUIRE, JR. 21 Grotto Avenue, Providence 6, R. I. Gug Mac Uncle Gug Football Squad IV, Team V, Track Squad II, III, Soccer Team III, Manager of Wrestling Team V, Tennis Squad IV, V, Chess Club III, IV, Proscenium Club IV, V, Delphian Board V, MOSAIC Board, Honors II. STANLEY MARKOWITZ 341 Elmgrove Avenue, Providence 6, R. I. Sian Tennis Team IV, V, Chess Club III, IV, V. WILLIAM MERRILL MCCORMICK 24 Everett Avenue, Providence 6, R. I. Mac Manager of Swimming Team IV, Cheer Leader V, Treasurer of First, Second, and Third Forms, Chess Club II, III, Glee Club I, II, III, IV, V, Proscenium Club V, Delphian Board V, Photog- raphy Editor of MOSAIC, Honors I, II, III, Latin Prize III. CHARLES WALTON MEGATHLIN, JR. 261 South Street, Hyannis, Mass. C harlie Track Squad II, III, Team V, Manager of Middlers' Basketball Team III, Cheer Leader V, Chess Club I, II, III, Vice-President V, Proscenium Club V, Glee Club II, III, V, Orchestra II, III, Secretary V, Delphian Board III, Business Manager III, V, MOSAIC Board, Dance Committee I, II, III, Second Obadiah Brown Essay Prize II. RICHARD JOHN METCALFE 397 May Street, Worcester 2, Mass. Dick Treasurer of Chess Club V. Emism liwlig EER MALL Prim? WIEMQRE mr U, rf T - f ,SH gm a hggrv - - f +1 1 .Elf 1 PARKER LEWIS MONROE, II 240 Blackstone Boulevard, Providence 6, R. I. Football Team IV, Vg Track Squad III, IV, Wrestling Squad IV: President of Fourth Form, S.A.C. IV, Secretary Vg Proscenium Club IV, Vg Cvlee Club III, V, Vice-President IVQ Delphian Board V3 Editor-in-Chief of MOSAIC: Honors III, IVQ Second English Prize III, Latin Prize IV, First Hannah J. Bailey Essay Prize IV. DAVID EARL PEARCE EDWARD MAHLON PERRY 100 Blaisdell Avenue, Pawtucket, R. I. M al Ed Track Squad IVQ Cross Country Squad IV, Team V. NICHOLAS EVERETT PICCHIONE 495 Lloyd Avenue, Providence 6, R. I. Pick Assistant Manager of Football Team IV, Manager Vg Proscenium Club Vg Glee Club III, IV, President Vg Dance Committee V. DAVID CLIFFORD PRIDMORE BROWN Avenida Canada 67, Churubusco, Mexico, D. F., Mexico Track Squad IV, Vg Tennis Squad IV, Team Vg Orchestra IV, Vg Honors IV. 'Str W LEAKN 1 rss BWGH7 PT WCXGFW ALL NEER ' :mit N 4 W L57' 5 WELL! if .. JAMES HENRY ROBERTS 18 Sea View Avenue, Cranston 5, R. I. Tennis Squad V. ROBERT SINKINSON 24 Cushing Street, Providence 6, R. I. Sink K inkle Rod Football Team IV, V, Swimming Squad III, IV, Team V, Tennis Team IV, V, Manager III, President of Second Form, S.A.C. II, Chess Club I, II, III, Glee Club I, II, IV, V, Vice-President III, Delphian Board V, Managing Editor of MOSAIC, Dance Com- mittee III, Proscenium Club III, IV, V, Honors I, II, III, IV, Second Prize, Declamation Contest I, First English Prize I, Second II, Latin Prize I, Founder's Prize I. CLARENCE JOSEPH SMITH, JR." Bristol Highlands, Bristol, R. I. Smitty C-J Football Team V, Swimming Team V, Glee Club V. GEORGE RICHARD SMITH, JR." 164 Buffington Street, Somerset Center, Mass. Dick Smitty Track Squad IV, Middlers' Basketball Squad III, Band III, Orchestra III, President IV, Third Hannah J. Bailey Essay Prize IV. PAUL FLETCHER SMITH 63 Cherry Lane, Bristol, R. I. Smitty Track Squad II, III, Cross Country Squad II, III, Treasurer of Third Form, Glee Club III, V, Art Editor of MOSAIC, First Prize, Declamation Contest III, Art Prize III, Honorable Mention IV. 'Mid-year graduate it f fgggml Hmmm. I 'ER J-IQLL PEVRISQJ-Fi6p1OR E5 im' 1 ,5116 T ii f 'Q J 4. 9 Q gEn JI'1 9 DONALD BERTRAM SNYDER, JR. East Sandwich, Cape Cod, Mass. Don D-B Track Squad II, Team III, IV, Co-Captain V, Cheer Leader V, Vice-President of Athletic Association V, Secretary of Second Form, President of Fifth Form, S.A.C. II, V, Proscenium Club II, III, IV, President V, Glee Club I, II, President III, IV, Secretary V, Orchestra III, Vice-President IV, MOSAIC Board, Dance Committee IV, Second Prize, Declamation Contest III, IV. RAYMOND SIMPSON TAINSH 347 Morris Avenue, Providence 6, R. I. Ray Baseball Team III, IV, V, Football Team III, IV, Captain V, Track Team III, junior Member of Athletic Association, Presi- dent V, Treasurer of Third Form, Vice-President of Fourth Form, Secretary of Fifth Form, S.A.C. III, IV, Chairman V, Proscenium Club IV, V, Glee Club III, IV, Vice-President V, Delphian Board V, MOSAIC Board. LEONARD JASON TRIEDMANI 224 Raleigh Avenue, Pawtucket, R. I. H uddles Lenny L-J Assistant Manager of Track Team IV, Manager V, Soccer Squad III, Assistant Manager of Cross Country Team IV, Manager V, Middlers' Basketball Squad II, Team III, Chess Club II, III, IV, Glee Club III, IV, Band III, Orchestra III, IV, Delphian Board V, MOSAIC Board, Honors II, III, IV. DEAN STUART WOODMAN 240 College Avenue, Richmond, Ind. Woody Baseball Team IV, V, Track Squad IV, V, Captain of Cross Country Team V, MOSAIC Board. EDWARD HANDY WRIGHT 159 Chapel Street, Saylesville, R. I. Ned Swimming Squad III , Middlers' Basketball Squad III, Glee Club IV. 'Micl-year graduate 'iv R33 LEARN IN D555 3'I'GHTkfv1ofiWEEGjN D 5 ALL Nffnlonmjfgi X , to t I5-ajijj,T7iT?f?1iggf, 55,1 -gi ig, fa! ,, i Class History LOWER SCHOOL T was in the fall of 1932 that eleven far-from-eager little boys followed their Mamas' coat-tails through the iron gates, and first viewed with mingled awe and doubt the elm-shaded campus. Of these, Bill Clafiin and Bill Farnsworth have managed to run the gauntlet of the all that Moses Brown had to offer. Under the gentle and patient guidance of Miss Woodbury, we who have finished, and the rest, went through the uncertainty of the first year of school with practically no casualties. We built the house of the Three Pigs from a pile of ponderous wooden blocks, played in the sandbox, and had magnificent, if painful, games of tag on the iron bars in the playground. Once a week we marched gaily over to Mr. Howe's workshop, and staggered back to class, laden with wood scraps, from which our unwieldy hammers fashioned grotesque and novel objects. The highlight of our academic year was Father and Son Day, when we had a chance to display our ath- letic potentialities. In the first primary, under Miss East- man's firm but gentle hand, our education really got underway, with our lessons in writing, some wicked, mathematically im- possible flash-cards, and our first attempts at reading. Bob Lownes joined us this year, and contributed to our production of "Little Black Sambo," our first taste of drama. We met Miss Crawford and the second grade. Our ranks were swelled considerably by the inimitable "Cub" Langdon. We were introduced to French by Madame Warge, who insisted that we were the best class she had ever had CMonday, Wednes- day, and Fridayj and the worst fTuesday and Thursdayj. Presently we became quite proficient in ordering Thanksgiving dinner, en frangais. l 29 Third grade with Miss Wilson was the highlight of our lower school life thus far. Although we were run with an iron hand in class, our patience was rewarded by fre- quent trips to Rhode Island's places of interest. This year we first learned what tragedy meant, when our classmate Don- ald Murdock died. In his memory, his mother gave the class of '46 a fund with which to buy books, which have aided us throughout our school years. We are deeply grateful to Donny's mother for this lasting memorial. In 1937 we entered the first intermediate, Miss Pixley's grade. This year we eagerly exhausted ourselves and Miss Eastman on our enlightening nature hikes. Also enjoyed were our Friday afternoons with Mr. Gray, who exposed us to the Damrosch Music Hour. We moved into the main building the following year, were oriented by Miss Chappell, and with the enthusiasm of a swarm of boll weevils, at once set about investigating the raising and manufacture of cotton. We took great pride in our "Pageant of America, " which we wrote and produced ourselves. The following year, under the Evans- Hoyt regime, we were joined by Milt Brier and Howie Armburst. Never to be forgotten are the happy hours we passed learning to paint with Miss Buffum and Mr. Cole. Our artistic talent had a marked tendency to manifest itself on the faces and clothing of our classmates more often than on the provided paper. Our show for the year was a streamlined "H.M.S. Pinafore," which made "Memphis Bound" sound like a swan song. During our last year in the Lower School, we were suppressed and depressed by "Pop" Allen's table tests, Miss Davis' grammar tests, "Tod" Butler's grammar tests, and Mr. Brigham's history tests and l -1 Emg an HALL-rams mvmndierrsi 1 -r----ss- 3 'I O ,I - -, penmanship Cno testsj. Two squally char- acters joined us this year, Bliss and McCor- mick, and in no time were "in trouble" as badly as the rest of us. Mr. Allen's bicycle club and the annual May breakfast were distinct successes. Our semi-informal foot- ball team Hdone proud," trouncing the First Form and Rectory School. The big event of the year was the class's extensive tour of Boston, complete with educational notes and comments by Mr. Brigham and Mr. Allen. The days were rapidly drawing to a close, and all were cogitating as to whether it was better to be the highest class in the Lower School, or the lowest class in the Upper School. However, vaca- tion arrived before any decision had been reached, and we forgot all about it, for a while, anyway. FIRST FORM Surprisingly enough, the summer's va- cation did not leave us too reluctant to give up our lazy carefree days, and we returned to School this fall to the long-awaited dream of being Upper-Schoolers. Of the thirty in our group, only three were new: Don Snyder, "Soupy" Taylor, and Bob Sinkinson. The first day in the Upper School will live in our memories forever, there we were, virtually on our own, thrown into the vast multitude occupying Study Hall. After we had fairly well organized and oriented our- selves, we were called to a class meeting, where " jubie" Howe set us straight on our rooms, schedules, and, of course, the Demerit System. Now lowly, but somewhat proud, Upper- Schoolers, we held a meeting to elect officers of the class. The results of the balloting showed "Tiffer" Russell, Presi- dentg "Tod" Ballou, Vice-President, Bill Claflin, Secretary: and " Mac " McCormick, Treasurer. This year WE had an unde- feated football team, too, the Bumblebees, -but no gold footballs for our efforts. As for dramatics, our only representatives in the plays were Bill Farnsworth and Don Snyder, who have continued to be outstand- ing in this activity. Our most bewildering course of study was Latin, taught by Hcellophane-chewin' Normie" Eyster, also our English teacher, who the day before one vacation had a bushy black moustache and the day of our return from the holidays was seen in an enormous black fur coat. Could the coat have been made from his ex-moustache? In Math, "Chuck" Hutton threw mysteri- ous problems in Algebra at us, which few of us understood. Mr. Pedrick taught us General Science, which puts to shame Physics in degree of difficulty. December 7th was a day of surprise and shock to all of us: the day of the Jap sneak attack on Pearl Harbor. Fortunately for us, the Class of '46, the resulting strife has ended without our active participation. June found us anxious for a summer vacation, which we needed for recuperation from our strenuous year of study. Although not too eagerly, we were looking forward to the opening of School in the fall, when we would be nearer the honored position of " those on my right, " as referred to by our good friend "jit." SECOND FORM The summer vacation went all too quick- ly, and once again we found ourselves a part of Moses Brown. Sporting fashionable tans, we were no longer bewildered and babyish, as we had been a year earlier at the same time-so we thought! Of course we still weren't upper classmen, but we were loftier and more worldly than those who took our places. The Faculty bench in front of us was filled out with no less than six new faces, four of whom played important roles in our second form careers. These four included the never-to-be-forgotten Hugh "just- once - more, - Cranshaw, -and - that'll- be- three-demerits" Kite. The other three were Messrs. Elms, Huganir, and Mitchell. Our French and Science departments were bol- I2-01 'J . ALL FORGET Etgiha fiblb-1-ill! A IQEE -s -- - . X-3- I lillfi stered up no end by the addition of Mr. Petty and Mr. Ramsden. New entrants into the class of '46 were numerous at this point, among them such notables as Bob " Ears " Breslin, Al " Face" Hurst, Art Jagger, Jimmy "Pinhead" Craig, and Lenny " I-Iuddles" Triedman. Our class cannot be considered as lazy, for we contributed many second formers to the middlers' football aggregation which made the older boys hustle to keep their jobs. These included jim Craig, Howie Armburst, Gub Langdon, and Bob Sinkin- son, who all previewed golden gridiron careers for the M. B. varsity down on the lower field. In the winter, Milt Brier also served notice that he was to become one of the greats in M. B. history by his out- standing work in the pool. Before we left for Christmas recess, all agreed that the fall term had been brought to a successful close by the program of three one-act plays. Of course we were all thrilled once again to be host to Mike Dorizas, who supple- mented his usual fine oratorical bit with interesting and educational moving pic- tures. Of course everyone who attended enjoyed the All-Form Tea Dance and the Proscenium Club performance. With the coming and going of Father and Son Day we all realized that the end of our time as Second Formers was near, but little did we realize, as we watched the departing seniors march down the aisle to the strains of our Alma Mater, how soon we too would be leaving Moses Brown. THIRD FORM The word "sophomore, " Csof-o-morj, n., Gr., as literally translated from the Greek means "a wise fool." Although we were more generally referred to as " wise apples, " the Greek translation shoe fitted our foot with ease. We didn't put it on. We were too interested in the quaint little group of newcomers who sat about the Study Hall looking thoroughly miserable. There was a l 31 joker with a big grin named Arnold. CHe said he could run, but then, he said a lot of things.D We discovered a cute kid CCall me "Chuck"j under a pile of shamrocks who said he could play baseball. CBut he was an Irishman, so we couldn't believe him, either.j Then there was a great big head named Graham that said it could do any- thing, and the cutest choirboy named Tainsh, who had a football for a head. We also acquired Dick CThat Beautiful Hairj Smith, Richard CYou got anymore for Me, Pick?j Hallett, Everett CI Couldn't Get No More, Dickj Picchione, Dave CYou Name It, and We'll Feed Itj Pearce, Pete CThe Mad Scientistj Williams, and Bob CV-8 hitting on all 41 Kinder. For the first time in our history we looked Knot without awej upon the en- chanting face of Mr. Paxton, who kept our noses to the well-worn grindstone of Eng- lish. Mr. Mize, another new figure, aided in the English department. Many of us were privileged to gather the pearls "of this gunpackin"' gentleman. Math we received from Mr. Ferry, and Caesar spoke to us through Coach Waughtel. Mr. Mitchell topped the list by giving us quite a compre- hensive course in biology. In fall sports, we found the Varsity football team included Craig, Langdon, Tainsh, and Graham. Under the direction of Coach Waughtel these boys helped wind up a season marred by only one defeat. The jayvees were assisted by Shore, Weeks, Hallett, Pearce, Maguire, and Jacksong and the Middlers, led by Captain Sinkin- son, turned in an undefeated season. Cross Country boasted the up-and-coming Henry Arnold, with Bob Smart as assistant man- ager. About this time, Mr. Mitchell waved his magic wand at the now enlarged Glee Club and Orchestra. A Band was organized under his direction and gave forth at football games. With Thanksgiving behind us, we turned our thoughts to the not-too-distant Christ- l EQQITIBHEEBW WHQ - EER SWALL PEREHF mmirz Es WlT'mb,d1dfilii 1 -Eiiilglh D ' , g l g l i k' A 11-91115 mas holidays. The fall season wound up when Farnsworth, Pearce, and Snyder, plus the "Mademoiselles" Sinkinson and Ballou, gave their efforts to the Proscenium Club in its three Christmas plays. When winter sports hit full stride, Arnold, Snyder, Hallett, Tainsh, Maguire, and Craig tried to keep from freezing on the board track. Farnsworth, Brier, Shore, and Ballou washed out the pool, and jack- son, Langdon, Armbrust, Maguire, and Weeks kicked each other around the soccer field. Before long we witnessed the first mid- year graduation in the School's history. Our hearts beat a bit faster then, for we were a step nearer the top. With the coming of the end of the winter term, the Proscenium Club and Lincoln School gave two outstanding performances of "The Pirates of Penzance," under the direction of Mrs. Thomas. Then we were off for vacation. Spring again! We displayed our full quota of fever and also acquired a plague that called itself Monroe. The Varsity baseball team, on which many of us played, sallied forth and turned in a good record. Dr. Dorizas came and went, and Father and Son Day also. We put on a final sprint UD for the last lap, and wound up at gradua- tion looking forward to the coming vaca- tion and our next year as juniors. FOURTH FORM One September day fifty-one members of the class of '46 peered through the iron fence, only to find that the school buildings were still there. Fifty-one right hands were shaken in greeting by Mr. Henderson. One hundred and two reluctant and scrubbed feet echoed through the halls and rooms of Moses Brown to their Fourth Form classes. We anxiously eyed our new classmates and our three new teachers, Mr. Covell, Mr. Griffith, and Mr. Cressman. the fall teams. The football team won its first four contests, beating Dean, St. George's, Tabor, and Priory, but lost the last two to Dummer and Thayer. The team depended heavily upon the members of the junior Class, who included: Craig, Tainsh, Monroe, Carpenter, Graham, and Langdon. The Cross Country team, helped out by Perry and Smart, did a fine job in winning two, losing two very close meets, and finishing second in the Carnival. After the close of the season we prepared to attend our first Upper Form Tea Dance, and waited impatiently for the Christmas Plays and our Winter vacation. The vaca- tion finally arrived, and although it failed to provide the prescribed rest and relaxa- tion, it did not prove to be a failure. The new year lost some of its haze and became reality when Moses once again flung wide his doors and invited us back. The winter athletic season made a good start, though we lost many valuable men at mid-year graduation. The grapplers depended heavily upon the services of Eaton, Carpenter, and "Bone-Crusher" Gilmore. The team lost the services of man- mountain Langdon, who suffered from an ancient scourge feared by all wrestlers, the chicken pox. The track team lost only two of its meets, and scored impressive victories over Roxbury Latin, Hope, and Mount Pleasant. Hallett, Snyder, Craig, and Arnold did a large share of the scoring after the departure of the February seniors. The swimming team did not gain an im- pressive record in wins and losses, but showed signs of improving in the next few years. Captain Milton Brier went through the season breaking the School record for the 100-yard breaststroke, and smashed records in many of the state's pools. The class enjoyed the Senior Mid-Year Prom, to which they had been invited, and also scrubbed and polished to appear bright and shining for the Graduation The year got off to a fast and vigorous ceremonies. start with the immediate organization of The baseball team was composed mainly l32l 9 Jig - w - rr'r if amcm 1 r 'ep '5"""ff' :toxin H 511-1 -F -- F - E i Hi l P . --- v - - qs. 'luv' . lfi of juniors, including: Armbrust, Carpenter, Tainsh, Jagger, Gleason, Graham, and Captain-elect Hartnett. The prospects for the future looked very good, although the record for the year was not too impressive. The spring track team surprised everyone with a splendid record. It dropped its first meet, but soon found its stride and finished the season without another defeat in either dual or triangular meets. The cindermen missed being Class B Champions in the New England Prep School League by one- third of a point. Don Snyder won both hurdle events to become a double champion and co-captain of the '46 team with Henry Arnold. The Juniors took the yearly Inter- Class meet, with Craig, Snyder, and Hallett leading. The Tennis Team had among its ranks Sinkinson, Farnsworth, Clafiin, and Man- ager Pearce. The Senior Prom went well. Many tired Juniors attended graduation on the next day, and all of us regretted seeing the Seniors leave. We turned our eyes to the next year, during which, we all promised ourselves, we would study harder, longer, and more earnestly, as we had said for many years. Next year would be remembered if we had anything to say about it. FIFTH FORM The class of 1946, as it returned to school for its final year, was not visibly the sober and grateful group it might well have been. But appearances deceive, we all felt a deep sense of wonder and thank- fulness when we realized that we were the first senior class in nearly a decade to see a world at peace. We were grateful to be the first class in several years which would not be called upon to fight its country's battles. We thanked God, perhaps unconsciously, that we would no longer hear read the names of alumni who had given their lives in a war which was no more theirs than ours. And then, if we had time, we may even have thought of the end of the foolish l 33 little sacrifices which we had been asked to make, and to which we had consented, sometimes begrudgingly. Then we were really ashamed. However, the humility in our hearts our , we like had the failed miserably to evidence itself in actions. Different from most classes took to the business of being seniors noisy, sunburned ducks to water. We been grabbing for the reins ever since Third Formg now we had them, and we were off on one wild hayride from Septem- ber to June-we thought. We welcomed a few new faces to the wagon-Dick Met- calfe, "Smiling jim" Roberts, and Al Hamilton, who arrived with a suitcase full of Karl Marx and bombs. Our hayride ended abruptly with the beginning of classes. The things those people did to us! That diabolical quintet, Raines, Paxton, Hutton, Cate, and Herman snuck up from behind, and when the smoke cleared, we were all over the fioor. They stood there, grinning, and in unison, informed us that we had all fiunked all our courses for the first period. But we had an excuse-We were playing football. Did I say "playing" football? The better word would be "working" football. Anyone who thinks football is play, should serve under joe Shein, line coach, as did Langdon, Maguire, Graham, Derbyshire, Gately, and Monroe. The ends, centers, and backs, including such notables as Capt. Tainsh, Smith, Carpenter, Armbrust, Pearce, Sink- inson, Hallett, Gleason, Arnold, and Craig lolled around on the banks and amused themselves by watching the line's antics, like spectators at a bear-baiting. All bumps and bruises were forgotten, however, when the team completed an undefeated season, seven games, seven victories, 192 points against 13 for all opponents. Of course, greatest credit for the team's success is due Coach Waughtel, who probably expended more energy and lost more sleep than all the players lumped together. "Woody" led an inexperienced Cross- l figglgngimaiiiiug yll ER HALL PERL E QRE wfrqbdgerrai 1 N - H. - I - ' - ' -Qs . f -ize aai' ' Country squad through a generally unsuc- cessful season, and "Chuck" Hartnett, sidelined from football by a knee injury, busied himself by winning the Senior Tennis Championship. With the end of the athletic season, several young stalwarts concluded that for a spell, there was little point in attend- ing school, declared a few "Craig Days," and were "warmly" greeted upon their return. Warm greetings brought cold weather, and what with the snow and all, Langdon, Arnold, and Sinkinson Cwho live five, four, and three blocks respectively from the school groundsj experienced all kinds of difficulties getting back and forth to school, and decided not to overtax themselves-hence more "Craig Days." "Sink" got back in time to team with Al Hamilton, UD. B." Snyder, Dave Pearce, Charlie Megathlin, and several demoiselles from the sister school, in producing three very successful one-act plays, whereupon we all departed for the year's first legiti- mate vacation. january Sth found us all back in Study Hall, making up for the sleep we'd lost during vacation. We had little time for rest, however. Coaches besieged us from every side, and presently we were out collecting bruises, blisters, and sinus trouble on mat, on track, and in pool. It was a big season for Quaker athletes, two of whom wound up as two national champions. Milt Brier, who has been breaking local pool and school records since the Third Form, shot for big stakes, and came home with the National 100-yd. Breaststroke Champion- ship. Co-captain "Hank" Arnold of the board squad went to the national inter- scholastics at Madison Square Garden, and although his nonchalant attitude in the preliminary and quarter-finals gave his three anxious classmates in the gallery a bad case of nerves, "our boy " came across, and brought the National Prep 6O-yd.- Dash Championship back home to Provi- l 34 dence. The track squad had an unusually successful season, sustaining but one loss at the hands of Tabor, and then waded through even the sailor boys to cop the New England Prep Championships. Milt Brier's swimmers, including C. J. Smith, "Sink," and Bill Farnsworth, took their time about shaping up, lost several close meets, and then finished in a blaze of glory. The grapplers, led by Captain Dick Eaton, "Gub" Langdon, and Alan CStarlit Hourj Carpenter, had rough going. Nobody seems to be able to figure out why "Woody" didn't go out for swimming instead of track. There are live witnesses to the fact that he did the smoothest one- and-one-half off "Gub's" foot stool into the " Red Sea " that they'd ever seen. Those who weren't out for any sport, and many who were, spent their afternoons clown at Lincoln rehearsing for the per- formances of "H.M.S. Pinaforef' All omens and "White Horses" to the con- trary, "Pinafore" was a huge success, and played to three sell-out crowds. Tainsh, Snyder, Picchione, Farnsworth, Pearce, and Monroe all turned in line performances as principals. Greatest credit, however, is due Mrs. Thomas, who literally picked the show up and carried it through some of the rougher spots during rehearsals. So on a jubilant note, we set out to see if we could last through another vacation. Such a haggard-looking crew as returned to the elm-shaded school, may you never be forced to look upon. But we didn't have much longer to go. Spring was in the air, and the class of '46 was on the Hoor, crawling along the last painful leg of its prep school career. We looked forward eagerly to Father and Son Day, the Prom, and Graduation, and not so eagerly to the Army and no college in the fall. So with the characteristically indifferent attitude of '46 as a weak front, we tried to fill our hearts and minds with memories of school days which would all too soon be over. l ,J rg . t Q m. . lllmlllm pg'5'BR1cHT 0 N,Ng X Egscw f 5--1 af---sem.. 6 Back Row: F. M. Allen, W. H. Stewart, P. T. Andrews, S. A. Boyer, jr., N. Pridmore Brown, D. Shool- man, N. M. Totah, G. R. Poyton. Fourth Row: H. R. Avery, S. D. Ferguson, jr., S. T. Allenson, E. S. Winsor, R. K. VVells, R. I. Knibb, G. E. Hall, H. H. Fawcett, jr., W. j. Detwiler, R. D. Milne. Third Row: C. A. Robinson, III, T. VV. Eckstein, VV. Keen, jr., R. E. T. Straight, H. Weston, j. M. Wood, jr., R. E. Farwell. Sefond Row: G. XV. W'ate1'man, W. C. Barney, jr., DeF. VV. Abel, jr., E. T. Richards, jr., C. I. Bearse, jr., j. CYN. Ott, R. VV. McGregor. Front Row: M. P. Earle, jr., R. L. Forman. Gilbert, jr., F. Paulson, R. H. Fitton. jr., j. IVI. Brogden, jr.. E. E. BerkaI1der, jr., H. V. S. Tingley, jr., P. j. Grimes, jr. Not in picture: F. j. Craig, R. F. Eaton, L. N. Oclams, jr., N. C. Orcutt, N. B. Smith, L. S. Goldsmith. The Fourth Form RICHARD H. FITTON, jk. President joHN j. GILISFIRT, jk. Srfcrelary IPEFOREST W. ABEL, jk. F. INTUNROE ALLEN SHERMAN T. ALLENsON PHILIP T. ANDREVVS HARTFORD R. AVERY WALTER C. BARNEY, jk. CHARLES I. BEARSE, jk. ERIC E. BERKANDER, jk. SAMUEL A. BUYER, jk. jOHN M. BROGDEN, jk. C. jAMEs CRAIG WILLIAM j. DETWILER IWARSDEN P. EARLE, jk. RICHARD F. EATON THEODORE VV. ECKSTEIN RICHARD E. FARVVELL HOWARD H. FAWCETT, jk. SCOTT D. FEkGI1sON, jk. RICH.-XRD H. FITTON, jk. ROY L. FORMAN joHN j. fT1LBERT, jk. LAWRENCE S. GOLDSMITH PAI'L j. TTRIMES, jk. ROLL jOHN F. PAULsON Vice-Preszdenl j0I-IN M. BROGDEN, jk. Treasurer GEORGE E. HALL VVILLIAM KEEN, jk. ROBERT l. KNIBB RICHARD W. NICQQREGOR ROBERT D. MILNE LESTER N. ODAMS, jk. NOEL C. ORCUTT jOSEPH O'N. OTT jOHN F. PAULSON GILBERT R. POYTON NIGEL PRIDMORE BROWN EDWARD T. RICHARDS, jk. C. ALEXANDER ROBINSON, III DAVID SHOOLMAN NEWELL B. SMITH WILLIAM H. STEWART ROBERT E. T. STRAIGHT I-IARLEIGH V. S. TINGLEY, jR NABIL M. TOTAH GEORGE W. WATERMAN RICHARD K. WELLS BRUCE WESTON EDWARD S. VVINSOR jOHN M. VVOOD, jk. I35 l 4 IE asm , E HAA EER PEFSDEM 1 I' I I . I O HI - Aw L. .... ,E I I... ,'- .". fs- Back Row: F. H. Beckett, jr., M. H. Cannell, jr., W. F. Hoey, III, R. E. De Maris. F1jlh Row: R. A. Marsello, H. C. Blake, L. R. Pawson, j. A. Kinniburgh, j. C. johnston, jr., E. L. ClilTOrd, jr., H. E. HarrisOII, jr. Fourth Row: j. K. Payan, VV. C. Leuthner, M. Adelman, jr., P. R. Morehouse, D. A. Lownes, H. M. Triedman, M. Thompson, jr., R. C. Gower, W. D. Crossman, H. V. Collins, jr., F. L. Pratt. Third Row: R. H. Kimball, VV. D. Goff, M. A. Holton, D. G. Lubrano, R. j. Alvarez, N. Hale, G. R. Nazareth, G. M. Seidel. Second Row: R. G. Ingersoll, S. C. Ryder, A. L. Pinkerson, j. Y. Sweet, D. Graham, F. B. Sargent, jr., D. W. Richards, T. K. Gibson, T. E. Downes. Front Row: D. B. Horton, j. j. Friedrichs, C. S. Gormly, A. E. Nichols, R. R. Crosby, jr., N. M. Steere, E. F. Tortolani, R. A. joslin, R. S. Graichen, jr., Not in piclure: B. W. Luther, jr., C. W. Myers, D. S. Rockwood, S. Tesseris. The Third Form RALPH R. CROSBY, jk. President CHARLES S. GORMLY Secretary RTAURICE ADELMAN, jk. RAMON j. ALVAREZ FRANCIS H. BECKETT, jk. HOWARD C. BLAKE NL-XRSHALL H. CANNELL, jk. EDWARD L. CLIFFORD, jk. HENRY V. COLLINS, jR. RALPH R. CROSBY, jk. XVI-IIPPLE D. CROSSMAN RONALD E, DE MARIS TAYLOR E. DOWNES jAMES j. FRIEDRICHS THEODORE K. GIBSON WILLIAM D. GOFF CHARLES S. GORMLY RUSSELL C. GOWER DAVID GRAHAM RALPH S. CRAICHEN, jR. NATHAN HALE HERBERT E. HARRISON, jk. WILLIAM F. HOEY, III M. ASA HOLTON DONALD B. HORTON ROBERT G. INGERSOLL 'IOSEPI-I C. jOHNSTON, jR. ROLL HOWARD M. TRIEDMAN NORMAN M. STEERE Vice-President ALBERT E. NICHOLS Treasurer ROBERT A. jO5l.IN RICHARD H. KIMBALI, j. ALAN KINNIBLTRKQH W. CRAIG LEUTHNER DAVID G. LUBRANO BRADFORD W. LUTHER, jR ROBERT A. MARSELLO PETER R. NIOREHOUSE C. NVILLIAM MYERS GEORGE R. NAZARETH ALBERT E. NICHOLS LESLIE R. PAWSON jOsEPH K. PAYAN ALAN L. PINKERSON FREDERICK L. PRATT DONALD W. RICHARDS DONALD S. ROCKWOOD STEPHEN C. RYDER FRANCIS B. SARGENT, jk. G. MERLE SEIDEL NORMAN M. STEERE jAMES Y. SWEET SPIROS TESSERIS TWARCUS THOMPSON, jR. EUGENE F. TORTOLANI E361 4 J9 . , ,. . L ,Mm .O 1 X Q N I ARL WEAYLMRN fm 11555 WAHYI fio2fWf5. TZEQVSRQIQ3-.AI.t Nfffiltoecfi ' 1- ,jf -I- -Mfr H' +A W , L ' -2-"""' Y The Second Form Back Row: D. S. Prendergast, D. C. Merriman, S. VV. Carey, IV, R. M. Beckett, J. J. Hartnett. Fourlh Row: R. A. Gonzalez, T. G. Breslin, P. H. Guillemette, D. P. Brogden, R. W. Pratt. Jr., R. H. Joslin, H. B. VVoOd. Third Row: R. C. Bevan, Jr., K. A. Marshall, VV. B. Greenough, III, D. A. Amick, H. E. Bigler, Jr.. A. F. Brunner. Second Row: R. C. Holden, B. A. Randall, F. L. Siegel, R. L. Finlayson, J. J. Arnold, II, W. A. O'COnnOr, Jr. Front Row: W. P. Considine, Jr., H. Mcfusker, Jr., K. G. Knowles, E. S. Cobb, Jr., A. C. Crees, A. E. Darby, Jr. Not 'in piciure: R. Andrew, Jr., C. A. Hanks, J. L. Humphreys, D. A. Lownes, N. B. Shore, F. G. Towle, II, R. S. Whittaker. KENNETH G. KNOWLES President ARTHUR C. CREES Serretary DONALD A. AMICK Ross ANDREW, JR. JOSEPH J. ARNOLD, II ROBERT M. BECKETT RALPH C. BEVAN, JR. HAROLD E. BIOLER, JR. THOMAS G. BRESLIN DAVIS P. BROGDEN A. FISCHER BRUNNER STEPHEN W. CAREY, IV EDWARD S. COBB, JR. WILLIAM P. CONSIDINE, JR. ARTHUR C. CREES ALFRED E. DAREY, JR. ROBERT L. FINLAYSON RAFAEL A. GONZALEZ WILLIAM B. GREENOUGH, III PIERRE H. GIIILLEMETTE ROLL HARRY B. WOOD I 37 l HENRY MCCUSRER, JR. Vice-President EDWARD COBB, JR. Treaxurer CARLOs A. HANKS J. JAMES HARTNETT RICHARD C. HOLDEN JOHN l.. HUMPHREYS RICHMOND H. JOSLIN KENNETH G. KNOwLEs DAVID A. l..OwNEs KENNETH A. MARSHALL HENRY MCCUSKER, JR. DUNCAN C. MERRIMAN WILLIAM A. O'CONNOR, JR ROBERT W. PRATT, JR. DAVID S. PRENDERGAST BRUCE A. RANDALL N. BARRIE SHORE FRANK L. SIEGEL F. GERRISH TOWLE, Il ROGER S. YVHITTAKER ' JENSSFITFS F WD, ,I:L45R'O'3OHALL PERISHOOOOWORCE if A RET -..L 'Hi' T .- I I+- - ff' li Q ' ' wl' Ei: L 'XJ Back Row: D. MacLeod, J. C. Hall, S. R. Robinson, Ill, R. M. Hurst. Fourth. Row: H. T.'DOwney, W R. Benford, H. B. Johnson, S. Dimmitt, T. B. Myers, B. VV. Monahon, C. S. Harrington. Third Row: NV. B Wagenknecht, R. VV. Kenny, Jr., R. L. Conrad, P. B. Freeman, D. D. Osborn, Jr., J. L. Gillespie. Second Row J. H. Stiness, R. W. Reynolds, J. F. Kenney, Jr., J. A. Graham, Jr., L. K. VVrOth, J. VV. Schieffelin, J. B Livingstone. Front Row: H. VV. Boynton, ll, S. S. Robinson, N. A. Fuller, ll. T. Freeman, Jr., G. VV. Kelsey Jr., E. M. Mauro, Jr., S. C. Mason. Not in picture: F. B. Brooks, Jr., N. B. Durfee, Jr., J. NV. Ferguson, l. Kaplan, C. R. O'COnnOr, A. O. Saart, Jr. The First Form HOVEY T. FREEMAN, JR. CvEORGE W. KELSEY, JR. President Vice-President EDMIIND M. MAURO, JR NATHAN A. l:l'LLl'iR Secretary Tfl'll.Y1l7L'7 WILLIAM R. BENEORD HENRY W. BOYNTON, II F. BILLINOS BROOKS, JR. ROBERT L. CONRAD STERLING DIMMITT HAROLD T. DOWNEY NATHAN B. DURFEE, JR. J. WALTON FERGUSON HOVEY T. FREEMAN, JR. PETER B. FREEMAN NATHAN A. FULLER JOHN L. GILLESPIE JAMES A. f3RAHAM, JR. JOHN C. HALL CARROLL S. HARRINGTON ROBERT M. HIIRST ROLL flEORliE VV. IQIELSEY, JR. JOHN F. liENNEY, JR. ROBERT NV. KENNY, JR. JOHN B. LIVINGSTONE DOUGLAS MACLEOD SCOTT C. lVlASON EDMVND M. lVlAIlRO, JR. BRADFORD W. lVlONAHON T. BARTON MYERs C. RODNEY OlCONNOR DONALD D. OSBORN, JR. RICHARD W. REYNOLDS SAMUEL R. ROBINSON, Ill SAMVEL S. ROBINSON ALBERT O. SAART, -JR. JOHN W. SCHIEFFELIN JOHN H. STINESS HOWARD B. JOHNSON WILLIAM B. XVAGENKNECHT LAWRENCE KAPLAN I.. KINVIN XVROTH E381 if QETEEXTEWWW 5r5e15"T'TW? mfgfvfjigjijopggg Ewiiilrmrif g - lx 6 We . J! ,WW 7.7 KH- ,bnlwlp bla X. 'RA is O ---few' e-'-e- A saggy D A A ' 5. N XS :U CD S. Z fn vC C 32 33 Ql'l'l U3 3 2 'S MBS. 1 Q35 1 f xui' xg! x 0 a f f 4 fi z .3 X ff 2 .1 0 ' jf ' Y H :I v' 1 X L bf if X v X X KX" Q X XX, af 744 anyffzaf xxx I 5 Wffffffap, ' f L KIWIMA' W .5 ' J f WMGILJ4 x4 I is WMI! ffwqy, f ' ,,r ,f 3 I f Q 4? 6' : Q 'lyk' fiftx f Jkrrgw ...-- A ' mid 'tx l N O f X X ff, , ff la WMf, f Q5 '7 ff - W' 'ER :Q-IALL PEFTHATMIHTRQES wnrgi wlg v rf! 'I . QI . : gi g-'funn if W il fg ' X , ,- . The Summer Session At eight o'clock on the morning of june 18 ten young hopefuls started in on the third summer session at Moses Brown. Ten minutes later we were joined by that mental giant, Al Hurst. We found that most of the formalities had been relaxed, but not the hard work. Clarence Smith, "The Wizard of Bristol Highlands," the only new member among us, was soon joined by the pride of Cranston, Wes Hall. Classes were stretched to a full hour-that is, all but history, which always by acci- dent, of course, was a little shorter. With a big crowd of four, the boarders usually found something to do. At any- time between midnight and six in the morning Smithy could be found chasing mosquitoes. Kinder soon learned the ropes, and when Breslin retired to "the pleasant companionship of boarding school life," he caught on quickly also. Kinder, Hallett, Arnold, and Hall took pride in their cars, as Kinder and Hall insisted we call their vehiclesg and along with these four pluto- crats we all cheered the end of gas rationing. English was our first class, and it is taken for granted that we were on time- physically at least. After locating "Mrs, See-dal" several times, we turned to The Return of the Native and soon learned that the native wasn't an Ubangip but Breslin was the only one to discover that Eustacia wasn't self-scented, while Dick Smith learned that before isn't two words. We went on to enjoy Mr. Paxton's acting of Macbeth, which even Hurst enjoyed once he learned we were reading it. History, the second subject of the day, found eleven of us battling against Mr. jones's cat, which seemed to have chronic indigestion. However, it didn't take long for Mr. jones to learn that the preceding night's studying varied inversely with the seating plan. Mr. jones had a little diffi- culty proving to us that Columbus did discover America and that the South didn't win the Civil War. It was also in history that our pet turtle, Moses, did his deed for the dayg he must have been embar- rassed, for he hasn't been seen since. All of us except " Pete" Arnold and C. J. Smith found escape from our studies at ten o'clock, when we had our milk and crackers. A V-J day celebration was put on every day by Breslin, who mastered the sounds of the popping bags. Now was the time to study, masters saidg but as there were many much more interesting things to do, not too much was done. It was "the survival of the fittest" in trigg and as our numbers dwindled to eight, we found a lot of "coke" being equally distributed among the Mapes." In Physics, the last class of the day, we were very sleepy? and as the summer wore on, we became better targets for Mr. Hutton's chalk. We also learned a little Yogi while studying electricity. There was always a laugh at some of our brilliant statements that came from our subconscious minds. The day usually closed with Gibbs rushing out with a flock of day boys behind, while the boarders stood enviously watching. Mr. Henderson joined us in August, dis- playing a new coat of tan and looking for an old pee-ano. It was not long after his arrival that he brought to us one morning the good news of the Jap surrender. With some, the purpose of summer school seemed a little lost, but we were granted two days, which made us a little happy. The summer session was a 'fgood deal" as a whole. We did quite a bit of work and enjoyed doing it. The summer of forty-five will probably go down in history as one of the greatest, because of its atomic bomb, but we'll probably remember it better by the things we did here at Moses Brown. l40l EW LEAM N pgs BWGHT UNM LESSON Blllllh g lmxmu U- X' gl r Qi l l ,X I Q, y gi- E ,XA S 'QQ 6 3 Z" lf , 'X K f ,,, fg?e1,X I, 1 if X awww?-X S XX 4' 5, , 2:15 A' ' X 'v ia ex P F- QA Q 3 ' M I5 S FALL ' SAG Vax-ssty Foo+bo.II Z ff! I ! f IJ! X f, ,,' f 'Revie wi Sefrembev- 'Ia December A.A. - - f - - . -fn X, J V Foo+baH Delphnan Mzddlers 'Foo'Hm, jg Dance Bumbfebees' Foo? Prosceniwm Cross Cou.vx+v-Y 'ff Gice Club Mosgic, 'Bqay-d Z Orchestra Chess Club WWWf fW WW gh sQ"fgbL xx ' Ii' ' farsii hu mmVi?Fm'm5MPmw'WWEmWWWllI If-"1knd'1mY1' - :nl 'W'nu4' 3 3: gl - V. gm, - ,f W 6 sf bf f " X X ,Q-, A.: September through December After what seemed from all reports to be a wonderful summer, the old stalwarts of Moses Brown, plus a few aspiring new gents returned to the Queen of Alma Maters for the Sch0ol's one hundred and twenty- seventh consecutive opening exercises, held on a pleasant, late-September morning. Nine of the Senior group were on the last leg of their prep school career, having attended the short summer session. One line day soon after the opening, a mad melee of prospective athletic "greats" rushed up to you-know-who's desk, where each signed up for his favorite sport. Prac- tice then began in earnest, and the fall sports program was on! Captain Raymond Tainsh led the hard- working Quaker pigskin-toters to a decisive 31-0 victory over Dean Academy. The game started our team on its merry way to the School's first undefeated season since 1938. Polishing off St. George's, Tabor Academy, and Portsmouth Priory in rapid succession, the team was primed for its assault of vengeance on the forces of Governor Dummer. Although a bit shaky at times, our squad racked up the Dummer eleven 13-7. Next week's oppo- nents fared no better, our gridiron greats trouncing the men of Thayer 25-0. The team wound up the season in a blaze of glory by thwacking New York's own Horace Mann 33-0. A few important side- lights of the season are: our sum of a mere 192 points, or as one of Mr. Herman's brighter proteges has calculated 'without the use of logarithms, .685714285 Qyou take it from herej points per minuteg and Ray Tainsh's setting or the individual scoring mark with eighty-nine points. The stalwart Seniors who successfully smothered seven successive foes were: Captain Ray Tainsh, Howie Armburst, Alan "Laddie-come- home" Carpenter, Richmond Gleason, Bob l 44 Graham, "Gub" Langdon, "Gug" Ma- guire, Parker L. Monroe, Bob Sinkinson, "Hank" Arnold, Dick Hallett, Dave Pearce, Ed Gately, Bruce Derbyshire, and the inimitable " C. J." Smith. The cross-country team, captained by Dean S. Woodman, was hampered by the lack of experience of the team as a whole, but it was in there fighting everytime. Prospects for Coach Howe next year are excellent, though, for the majority of the harriers will be back. On October 22 we were stunned by the news of the death of a versatile, honored classmate, Art Jagger. When School closed on the afternoon of his funeral, many of us attended the services. In our classes and in our sports we sorely missed his abilities and friendliness. The School suffered a heavy loss on November 12, when Mr. Sargent died. As Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds for almost thirty-five years, he had minis- tered to the comfort and well-being of every man, woman, and boy at Moses Brown in the years of his service. With other members of the School family we mourned the passing of a faithful friend. Meanwhile, elections had been held, we had heard several interesting speakers in study hall, incalculable boy hours had been lost working off demerits, the "lounge- lizards" and "drugstore cowboys" had taken over Whelan's Drugstore, and Mr. Henderson had warned us of " little Willie." Under the direction of Mrs. Thomas, the Proscenium Club gave us its excellent best in the yearly Christmas Plays. Many moons after that pleasant opening day in September, a weary band of men- tally fatigued pupils, accompanied by a few students, left our Alma Mater by sundry means for a long and most welcome vaca- tion. l N 5 w LM ,N F 5 BRIGHT milling 6 Hmmm D- I hr -1 Bark Row: H. T. Freeman, jr., E. M. Mauro, jr., j. M. Brogden, jr., C. S. Gormly. Sernnd Row: j. j. Gilbert, jr., K. G. Knowles, A. C. frees, R. R. Crosby, jr., R. H. Fitton, jr., j. F. Paulson. Front Rum' j. lf. Knowles, P. I.. Monroe, ll, R. S. Tainsh, ll. R. Snyder, jr., A. P. Carpenter, Nlr. Herman, Furully .-ld2'ixf'r. No! in pirlzlrcz' N. M. Steere. Student Activities Committee Athletic Association Bark Row: Mr. Raines, Mr. llowe, Mr. jernquist, Nlr. lYn11gl1tel. l'lVlHII' Row: j. j. Gilbert, jr., Juninr 1lIt"H1I7!'7', A. P. Carpenter, Sl'!'l'l'ft1I'y, R. S. 'l'1llIlSl'l, Pl'l'SIidL'Hf, D. H. Snyder, jr., l"irz'-Preszffivzll, N. U. Urcutt , Junior illfnzlwr. t45l Ak: X :AFM TD ' XX i M -J N AV VV H ' 4 A A-..-rRmQsHliPSFgWigs. fig iii--.sf1sscMrAmQg5.fgi.ff su. win-- qi A " . . 'te ff:-f, 'AA A . ., A , A A- AAA-.- f A44 A 2-1M-AA, l f A --AAAA' lg, ,, 0 -XX W ij-,,,-.i.lL..f A - MQ, K' ' .X -V f' 'A l J W 5 .K Vdi-ii4f-Wx ,Y -I-X , ,f' PM -of - A-0 As-' A A AA 5-ft AY ,-an Bafk Raw: E. T. Richards, jr., G. VV. XVaterman. Second Row: A. M. Gilbert, P. I-. Monroe. II, H. j. Arnold. W. NI. Mcformick, D. E. Pearce, j. Nl. Brogden, jr. From Row: XY. j. Maguire, jr., R. Sinkinson, XY. ll.C'l:1lli11,C'.XY. Klegathlin, jr., I.. j, Trieclmun. N0!inp1frt1m".'ll.S.'l'z1insh. Delphian Beard Dance Committee Burk Row: ll. l3.juI1nsuu, R. XY. Nlcfiregor, li. ll, lfzlwcell, jr., XY. j. Detwilcr, Ci. lf. X. llz1r111etl,'l'. li, Breslin. lfrmzl Rmv: lf. H, Brooks, jr., li. 'lf Richzircls, jr., li. F. 'l10l'l0lillll, ID. li. l'ezu'Ce, R. VY. Bliss, if li. Brunner, jr. Not 1,71 piflzmr: N. li. Vicchione, B. Derbyshire, IJ. XY. Richards, XY. C. l.ClIll'1ll6l', ll. C. lXlCl'l'llllilll. l 46 j J ' 1 9 . is " 9 ' X -'t""'! R ff i 1' T V " ' V -V iff' ' T in . -' l--V ' 'X'-ffl' '5 1 '-, 4 ..,, I r WW-F 1 '- r -W .- V f " xy! NX A 53363514 gf' 'lxiv l, 'jf-kldrxgr ERICTHTHV ,Ni 5 LL D yu WL! gkjigil Y NE LR Lfmegij l, Z -ffm ff ' 2 e 4 - - fr 2 r 1 f Q V f H f A .. . -X gif I il Ji XR K. ' 6 0 . l . 9 0 5 ,pl ' ' Q l .Kill-'lil' -,ye . - 1 V-if -f'- ' 4 - .Q f-Y if , , i Q ull. ,Y ef Q I 3 Y, W , , x.. s 4 6 l'h1f'kRmv.'N. li. Picchione, if j. Smith, jr., R. H. Hallett, B. Smith, ll. ll. Snlirler, ,ll'., W. B, lfnrns- worth, jr., ll, l.2illl,fll0ll, jr., D. lf. Pearce, XY. A. Hamilton, ll. Roberts, lf. 'lf Richurtls, jr., R. Sinkinson, j. lf. Knowles, l.. R. l,ilWSOIl, XY. ll. llrossman, A. Ii. llarby, jr., Nlr. lfuller, .-lr'r1H11pm1isl, Nlr. Mitchell. I,liI'l'l'f0f. Fnzrrllz Raw: R. V. Gibbs, l'. F. Smith, l'. l., Monroe, ll, NY. M. A'lCCOI'llllCli, H. NY. Armlwrust. Tliinl Kms: N. Nl. Totah, R. S, llrziichen, jr., j, C. Hall, D. W. Richzmls, li. F. Tortolani, li. A, lxlilY'Sl12lll, R, if Bevan, R. R. froslvy, li. S. XYinsor, Nl. Brogclen, jr., Cf XY. Megzlthlin, R. ll. Breslin, jr. .Srrnizrl Row: NI. j, Lipson, lXl. Aclelmun, jr., H. Nl. Trieclman, B. XYeston, XY. Cl. Barney, jr., ll. IXlncl.eo1l, S. llinnnitt, 'I'. tl. Breslin, A. C. Vrees, K. G. Knowles, l'. H. Kluillenlette. l'lVtHlf Row: Cl. li. X. llzirtnelt, N. B. llurfee, R. XY. Reynolds, A. 0.Saz1rt, jr., R. j. Alvarez, R. A. joslin, Del". XY. Abel, jr., N. M. Steere. ll. A. Rolminson, lll, ll. Klruhnin, ll. A. Aniirk. Not in fiirlirrzx' A. P. Unrpenter, ll. Nlcfusker, jr., j. li. l'zxynn, R. S. Tziinsh. Glee Club Grohe-stra Iitzrk Raw: j. li. llcnn, S. T. Allenson, Srrnnci Kms: j, j, lfrieclrichs, R. j. Alvarez, R. S. tlrnivlien, jr., t'. XY. Xlegnthlin, jr., lf. Knowles, tl. R. Poyton, R. l. Knilvh, N. B. Smith. Ifrmll Row: Mr. Mitchell. I,Iil'l'l'fI7I', N. Nl. Totzih, N. llnle, ll. Priclinore Brown, N. l'ritlmore Brown, D, ti. Lulirzino. Nu! in piaillmx' Nl. Thompson, jr. 1 . , , , V . X f. ,. Y ll--......... ses? , H 1 Y ,Y Jn , , ,sv V- W Y f - ' -liter al -r -mii.f.Si.aLf: . .11.i.i5l1T.ifri .M Q yi: fig-u, 1 .1 ,. .,, ' -e i 'K A 'W ' x' . Q ' J X, - ,j - . r- ts.. . ,.- . f .. .i . 4 uk .eh K Q TL, ..,. lL-f 5 fs-XJ ll. A. ,Io . -, Q 1 .st 9.4 .. r J -iv A W . f,.., i.. , , I Ro X9 --M V Af' tri i J Bark Row: A. M. Gilbert, XY. B. Farnsworth, jr., XV. H. Claliin, R. XV. Bliss, M. j. l.ipson. Third Row: ll. B. Snyder, jr., W. M. Nlcformick, D. S. VVo0clman, C. VV. Megathlin, jr., P. F. Smith. SE'fI77Zd Row: W. j. Maguire, jr., ll. j. Arnolfl, U. Langdon, jr., H. XV. Armhrust, l.. Trieclman, j. K. Dean. Fran! R1m'.'A. l'. Carpenter, R. Sinkinson, P. l.. Nlonroe, ll, IJ. li. Pearce, R. B. lirahziin. lvllf in pirfurr: ll. S. Kenney, Mosaic Board Chess Club Burk Rrmu' N. l'riclmore llrown, li. XYeslon, R. Nl. llursl. j. li. l.ivingslone, R. l.. Vonrzul. Third Row: lf. l.. fliflorfl, C. 5. l'lZ1l'l'lllglOIl,j..5x.fif2ll121lll, jr., ll. 'l'. Downey, l.. R. Pziwson, j. XY. lierguson, XY. l". lloeyjlll. Svrmid I?mv.' M. ll. fannell, jr., hl. A. llolton, ll. M. Trieclnizm, 'l'. ii. Breslin, D. l'. llrogmlen. .X lf. Brunner. R. l'l.jlfill0n, jr. I'lF0?'1f RMU: j. lfrieflrichs. li. lf. Torlolzini, Nl. Lipson, if XY. Nlegzilhlin, jr., R. j. Metcalfe, Nlr. Herman, l"ar'14lfy .'1di'isfr. No! in pirlzmt D. A. Amifk, XY. H. Clzillin, l'. li. lfree- man, fi. Nl. Seirlel. l50l 1 gf. '77 u r? , li ' "-"1 fr i ' "' - f 'A "1 ', 7 'f ' ', ,.,., ff, q W 'N . , ir .. - .. " , X Xl C7 3-li"iL M i'M'll "6 .1.H',fJ MTH: Www LrJrB"J- Wqllii' Mil wwf Agif XX . 0 ' ' e' " o -v f'li v Q f in o i - R A ' M. if 5 J 0 X' ' Bark Row: N. E. Picchione, Man., Mr. Hudson, Coach, Mr. Waughtel, Coach, Mr. Schein, Coach, C. j- Smith, jr. Third Row: D. Langdon, jr., H. VV. Armbrust, R. H. Hallett, F. G. Towle, 2nd, R. I. Knibb, R. F- Eaton, F. R. Gleason. Second Row: A. P. Carpenter, C. A. Robinson, III, N. C. Orcutt, W. H. Stewart, E. E. Berkander, jr., li. j. Gately, jr., T. VV. Eckstein, D. W. Richards, S. D. Ferguson. Front Row: H. j. Arnold, D. E. Pearce, NV. j. Maguire, jr., B. Derbyshire, R. 5. 'l'ainsh, Capt., R. C. Gower, P. I.. Monroe, Il, R. Sinkinson, R. B. Graham. Varsity Football RAYMOND S. TA1NsH N. EVERETT PICCHIONE Captain Manager SCHEDULE M.B. Opp. Oct. 6 Dean Academy 31 0 Oct. 13 St. George's School 38 0 Oct. 20 Tabor Academy 12 6 Oct. 27 Portsmouth Priory School 40 0 Nov. 3 Governor Dummer Academy 13 7 Nov. 10 ThayerAcadcmy 25 0 Nov. 17 Horace Mann School 33 0 l 51 1 4 sor ry-"p'g,E,D5,lL,j'wf0E 'EFFCHALL PEFISVHWC gM ,JT R51 ., -Es QW-Qjfj 7' 7 he 7" "Wlf'Qf52..'11d . . .Qf , A re f'7H,,-. -J ' X ,d, --F -R'-f W- . -fe --.M-1 ri f- Back Row: Mr. Raines, Coach, J. C. Hall, J. K. Payan, S. A. Boyer, jr., Mr. Armstrong, Coach. Second Row: J. lVl. Brogden, Jr., H. V. S. Tingley, jr., A. E. Nichols, B. Weston, VV. C. Barney, jr., B. W. Luther, jr., VV. C. Leuthner. Front Row: R. H. Breslin, jr., F. B. Sargent, jr., S. Tesseris, T. K. Gibson, W. j. Det- wiler, G. E. Hall, G. R. Smith, Jr., R. C. Bevan, Jr. Not in picture: H. R. Avery, R. B. Lownes, K. A. Marsh- all. l. V. Football ALFRED L. HURST, JR. Captain SCHEDULE 1M.B. Oct. 19 Pawtucket VVest High School j. V.'s 0 6 Oct. 30 Mt. Pleasant High School J. V.'s 0 7 Nov. 7 Tabor Academy J. V.'s 6 0 l 52 l RE LEARN IN LLEES BRlCIHTrVf"10jWlNC, S ALL VORCET rm ,T ife. 1 715 liifl-. Af hifi' iii or s.c, gfiiXf:Qf.-g1.E f- :fl F-1 Burk Row: Mr. Hutton, Coach. Fnwfh Row: Mr. Bates. Coach., K. Cl. Knowles, H. V. Collins. jr., ll. li. XN'ood, B. A. Randall, W. P. Considine, jr., O. R. Poyton, Man. Third Rmu: H. M. Triedman, H. McCusker, jr., ll. Stiness, XV. A. O'Connor, jr., D. A. Amick, D. Graham. Second Row: j. Y. Sweet, D. li. Horton D. P. Brogden, Hartnett, S. C. Ryder, E. S. Cobb, jr., R. M. Beckett, R. H. joslin. Frou! Row: D. C. Merriman, A. C. Crees, D. G. Lubrano. R. A. joslin, C. S. Gormly, Capt., li. F. Tortolani, R. R. Crosby, jr. F. H. Beckett, jr., VV. B. Wagenknecht. Not in pift1mf.'T, G, Breslin, P. ll. Guillemette, D. S. Premlergust. v v Middlers' Football CHARLES S. CEORMLY GILBERT R. POYTON llapfain Jlfdnrlgvf SCHEDULE .V.B. Opp. Oct. 9 Providence Country Day School 6 0 Oct. 17 Seekonlc junior High School 0 0 Oct. 24 St. Dl1I1Sl2lIl,S School 24 0 Oct. 31 Providence Country Day School 6 0 Nov. 7 North Attlt-horo junior High School I8 0 Nov. 16 Edgewood junior High School 26 0 Nov. 20 Seckonk junior High School 7 12 l 53 l WWW V RM to CHA- l4R ZLHHFL PEE+4?12Q11l'fEEi2fVfft ov. 'H to S t 1 ge Q f 14 436:34 R i id, -D if 4 l -m---,-. 1. -X l. -f -- N Back Row: N. B. Durfee, T. B. Myers, S. C. Mason, L, Kaplan. Second Row: F. B. Brooks, jr., j. L. Gillespie, S. Dimmitt, H. T. Freeman, jr., B. VV. Monahon, D. D. Osborn, jr. Front Row: S. S. Robinson, H. B. johnson, E. M. Mauro, jr., G. W. Kelsey, jr., H. W. Boynton, II, C. R. U'Connor, R. NV. Reynolds, R. M. Hurst, j. A. Graham. Noi in picture: R. VV. Kenny, jr. Bumblebees' Football SCHEDULE ALB, Opp. Nov. 6 Barrington junior High School 0 19 Nov. 14 St. Dunstan's School 18 0 l 54 1 in ,ff vfElfB5WW If-,l LTTC5 BWGHV' 'Mi f55j,V5. Usfggkill- Nffffi jFOfjGfT', ' ' i lp. j A b ,j ' Q . -M r f X' fjffl- 'L ir i I 'Y 'U fi L4 B Xj tniix lx , ' l v l 4 X x 'I :lifrlyljlj-A 1 jx. X Q , 1 , , Y We J 4 1 J, LL r H467 af --4 J11-Wa l sf rl . .. . - ,,--,..... Bark Row: Mr. Howe, Coach, P. J. Grimes, Jr., Ass't. Mun., l-. Triedman, Man., Mr. Lewis, Coach. Third Raw: I.. Ii. Wroth, H. T. Downey, J. L. Humphreys, R. W. Pratt, jr., R. A. Gonzalez, A. F. Brunner. Semnd Row: R. S. Whittaker, E. T. Richards, Jr., NV. A. Hamilton, D. Shoolman. Front Row: E. M. Perry, H. H. Fawcett, jr., F. M. Allen, D. S. NVooclman, Capt., S. T. Allenson, l-I. S. NVinsor, G. W. XVaterman. No! in pirlzmf: j. VV. SchietTelin, S. VV. Carey, IV. Cross Country DEAN S. XVOODMAN LEONARD j. TRIEDMAN Captain Manager SCHEDULE M.B. Opp. Sept. 25 Barrington High School 35 20 Oct. 5 Hope High School and 43 25 Cranston High School 58 Oct. 11 Pawtucket East High School and 67 29 Classical High School 36 Oct. 19 Mount Pleasant High School and 54 23 North Kingston High School 55 Oct. 25 Cross Country Carnival Burton Memorial Race 4th Place Nov. 3 Prep School Meet at Andover 4th Place l 55 l WF Ekoxgf f 'xfigtawnsg M uf, RET' E ll E Vg' 'i-fy! 5 v' t ,K ' 1 'i 'lg X e H tl -... sg .... .-..w-' .. 1 P WINTER HEv1Ew1JANuARY-MARCH QWiUfGP Tracli -Wrcsilinq A l5wimminq Basketball g g HMS. Pinaforc r li gym QM' ' e 23 ' ix xxxb K E, 14114 Q x -ff Qc Qs ff- K9 ff 3 g -'A 1. ' X N1 Emg L ZER WALL PERLSPV lbfalimagg . Hi 5 E. f ,,'g5n-A lanuary through March On the morning of January eighth, "Teddy" and "Woodrow" were dismayed Cnot visiblyj by the sight of the haggard, heavy-footed seniors, returning from a "restful and refreshing vacation." Many were suffering from acute cases of "mail- man's shoulders", others, patched up with string and scotch tape, related thrilling tales of the ski slopes. Langdon, Arnold, Graham, and Pearce looked very green, said it was "something they et." Maguire and Monroe looked smug and healthy. All were glad to get back to dear old M. B.- they needed the sleep. Once back in shape, we went out and put together our winter athletic teams. The swimming team produced a number of thrilling meets and Milt Brier, who went out and did the old School proud, breaking innumerable records and annexing the National 100-yard breaststroke champion- ship. The wrestlers, led by Eaton, Car- penter, and Langdon, collected two vic- tories and lots of mat-burns. Arnold, Hal- lett, Woodman, Armbrust, Snyder, and A' Browder-Socialism-and-Free-Soup " Ham- ilton formed the backbone of the track team, which sustained but one defeat and avenged that by winning the New England Prep Track Championship. "Hank" Arn- old was sightseeing on Eighth Avenue, New York City one day, got into a line which he thought was for butter, and l S8 before he could get out had won the National 60-yard dash Championship. Generally speaking, it was a wretched, cold winter, and we did our patriotic duty and kept things pretty "hot" in the Shadow of the Elms. There was a lot of snow, which disturbed some CMaguirej more than others QSinkinsonj. Our Study Hall statues suffered innumerable indigni- tiesg we all flunked History, and prepared resolutely to Hunk the forthcoming Scho- lastic Aptitudes. "Sink" traded a lesson on the theory of jet-propulsion for one on English literature, and got much the worse of the bargain. "Mike" Dorizas came, talked Cthey tell mej, and left, and the sound of mind UD and body attended the All Form Tea Dance. With able assistance from Lincoln School, and under the expert direction of Mrs. Thomas, we put on three very successful performances of Gilbert and Sullivan's "H.M.S. Pinafore," in which Tainsh, Snyder, Farnsworth, Pearce, Picchione, and Monroe had starring roles. " Pinafore' provided one of the neatest study-hall- cutting rackets yet. A petition went around to have Fred Waring's program piped into fourth period Study Hall, but died in infancy. Much discouraged, but with chins high, we trouped off to a vaca- tion which was to "make" a few of us but "break" many more. l .- N- 5 w LEA N IN p 5 BRIGHT im S ll hligwii lulilllgzr li J Q l- - S , A Arr A L Y " im- Bark Row: S. W. Carey, IV, VV. A. Hamilton, M. J. Lipson, J. J. Friedrichs, E. E. Berkander, jr., VV. H. Stewart, R. C. Bevan, jr., R. W. Pratt, jr., S. Tesseris, M. Thompson, jr., H. V. S. Tingley, jr., J. M. Wood, jr. Second Row: Mr. Howe, Coach, P. J. Grimes, jr., Ass't. Man., H. H. Fawcett, jr., E. S. NVinsOr, R. C. Gower, S. T. Allenson, G. W. VVaterman, Man., G. E. Hall, R. E. Farwell, R. l. Knibb, L. J. Triedman, Man., Mr. Lewis, Coach. Front Row: E. T. Richards, jr., N. C. Orcutt, D. S. VVoodman, S. D. Ferguson, H. I. Arnold, C0-Capt., D. B. Snyder, Jr., Co-Capt., R. H. Hallett, D. W. Richards, N. M. Steere. Not in pics lure: H. VV. Armbrust, VV. D. Crossman, C. W. Megathlin, jr., D. C. Pridmore Brown. HENRY j. ARNOLD Winter Track DONALD B. SNYDER, JR. LEONARD J. TRILDMAN GEORGE W. Vw ATE RMANI Co-Captains .Managers SCHEDULE JlI.B. 0 jan. 25 Classical High School 37 26 Feb. 7 East Providence High School 51 12 Feb. 13 Roxbury Latin School 43 20 Feb. 16 Tabor Academy 28 35 Feb. 20 Hope High School fcancelled on account of snowj March 2 Private Schools Meet at M.I.T. 1st Place l59 l 4 T xep ,-Emigmpg V me HA ,NL'w'f374gTf EjmgR AE? wir Us g frm 'A U' It r -2 we-.et Q! l I J! 9 Q !- , 2 I WL A Xxx my W L.. Y.-4-V.- .-..,.,.x ,. ,,- ll nf- ' X Back Row: W. M. McCormick, Man., A. L. Pinkerson, H. B. Wood, J. C. Hall, W. C. Leuthner, C. J. Smith, jr., C. B. Brunner, jr., D. B. Horton, F. B. Brooks, jr., N. B. Shore, j. J. Hartnett, Ass't. Man., Mr. Whitford, Coach. Second Row: H. B. johnson, F. M. Allen, A. E. Nichols, J. F. Paulson, M. I. Brier, Capt., W. B. Farnsworth, jr., R. Sinkinson, j. M. Brogden, jr., H, V. Collins, jr. Front Row: N. B. Durfee, jr., H. T. Freeman, jr., D. P. Brogden. Not in picture: W. j. Detwiler, Ass't. Man., D. Shoolman, S. R. Robinson, III. MILTON I. BRIER Swimming JAMES J. HARTNETT Captain Manager SCHEDULE Jll.B. Opp. jan. 24 Pawtucket East High School 31 35 jan. 30 Pawtucket West High School 32 34 Feb. 13 St. George's School 16 50 Feb. 20 Olneyville Boys' Club Intermediates 27 39 Feb. 27 Pawtucket West High School 37 29 March 2 Brown University Interscholastics 7th Place l 60 l 9 ,M . ,I--N ,, , 'wifi liamn CL c NSAP ig in js- if . fc ly.. E A- ii g-i V X f i Bark Row: Mr. Nichols, Coach, S. C. Ryder, E. S. Cobb, jr., P. T. Andrews, F. G. Towle, II, F. B. Sargent, jr., E. l.. Clifford, jr., T. G. Breslin, NV. j. Maguire, jr., M1L1z. Front Row: G. R. Nazareth, K. Il. Knowles, N. Hale, R. F. Eaton, Capt., A. P. Carpenter, R. VV, McGregor, D. Langdon, jr. N01 in picture: Mr. Beechan, Coach, K. A. Marshall, H. R. Avery, A. C. Crees, R. B. Lownes. Ricimuu F. EATON Wrestling W1Li.1Ax1 J. MAIILTIRE, JR. Caplain ,Manager SCI-IEDVLE ALB. Opp. jan. 18 Roxbury Latin School 5 29 jan. 26 Perkins Institute 6 15 jan. 31 East Providence High School 3 33 Feb. 8 Tabor Academy 8 26 Feb. 15 Providence Country Day School 23 13 March 5 Central High School 0 30 March S Hope High School 25 13 March 15, 16 State Championships 4th Place CTiej l61 1 4 N NN rr'rr A VUMX Trey of-'r'f'nT 'r--fe x. f --rw-f fgiswsiiqlx n ER HALL PJQISH More E5 ir Ur ,A T . , - . - - L., ..1.,.ei. , A - fl? ,fy 6, .,..,,cN-gwwxy '-4 I yy , "", , Bark Row: Mr. Hutton, Coarlz, R. A. Gonzalez, NV. B. Wagenknecht, R. J. Alvarez, F. L. Pratt, Front Row: H. lN'l. Trieclman, VV. A. O'Connor, jr., j. Y. Sweet, R. R. Crosby, jr., Capt., C. S, Gormly, 'l'. K. Gibson, fl, M. Seidel, Nu! in pir'Hu'c.' bl. l.. Humphreys, VV. P, Considine, U, A. Amick. Miolcllers' Basketball - RALPH R. CROSBY, jk. Caplain SC.'HliDllI,li 1ll.B. Opp. hlzm. 111111151011 junior High School 27 53 jam. Proviclcncc Country Day School 31 41 lfch Cirauston junior High School 28 44 Fch Hope High School Sophomorcs 12 46 Fch. St. Anclrcw's School 29 27 Feb St. Anclrcw's School 38 36 Fcb Providence Country Day School 34 31 l 62 l l 1 ' f1S3i?Mir5fLrEArlliN Wlfig 5 'S DRlCiH'il-ffl0.ffiffTV9 Si Use ilrlrccwflliilfbacfiv or ., M, X- -.,, ,..,- 'W fx L ,M W .ff . fx . , 1 . 3 . . Y , F 3 1 . l 4--cl W 4 .Q , 4 1 .glxflgfgf ff: f 4 ,- All - 3 1 - 1 J!-' " i Q a i u l , , 9 IQ QJETT WMV x ..-X An9":f"'i vi ' 5f7f""'Tf"5 3RlGPfTV"' 'Y - V- if- myjh ,XV VK-Ax Y Jmi K , fbi R- , V --'xfgn .NVQ XXX" 11 -T NF,-V YY ',. Qkigigg iff' J ,nu A N -A 5 z, 3 YH' ' f-E5.w'5f-Ugiep.fA1L.. fvfgf 'X ,xg , y w, i , w 1 , ,. ,R If-CQ T XI, W k x nj 0 .Q 'f f ., I 'W l A - fbi f Z 11sf . .. A -. w-Lf"-f ..r,,XW6-,Mi 1 if ails Pgfse ' evnew Apvll Jro Commevmceme + np. JV Basebali Vam-aut? Tevmms flnddlev-sBSsebaH Weavers of MB umblebee2:BasebaH Cu- Laude to nm Q Wmwh 1 - f- f If 2 ,, W -mf.. aw-srfy 'Baseball f1id.dlev-s'Tv-ack. ', dak' Xb, c A . X . , ' ' Q ax' B 1 in . fl, ' 1 1 , W fminiaaassanuwfwfdmfiuwimmifswgifif 5E! 7M f,fff 1, lf' an W" .' VM' , g4I"fW' N 1 XeNKl'XNsY 4 5 f f 1 1 IN A' WMI' 5 ' f W 1 exif!!! 'J 0 f UT z up 7' i f EA: v 'Sir 'f at X Q ,f'4f'X. G' i WW' X ff A-if-gy JM lf L, ff 1? ,p f x 'jfrfvff' - Q A f"' rf'g-QC. fu' g f " ,g"f- g1Q'3xX X JWQ 1 A X Cv ,Q..f? +' , xg, XM +P' 'fm Qfffg fi-V XX XJ! lrggfi-In EP Wm1. PER WALL PERLSIV manor? 153,411 T A 1 P' X 1 P17 ,M -,, J'-4 ' " April to Commencement After the presentation of "Pinafore" we were whirled into the last vacation before our graduation from M. B. Then, after eight enjoyable days of relaxation, we faced the rather frigid prospect of taking College Entrance Exams. The Scholastic Aptitude Test, we found, is surpassed in difficulty by only three things in the world -three Achievement Tests. No sooner had we recovered from the impact of the Col- lege Boards than we found ourselves trying to catch up on homework for the reopening of school the following Tuesday. Two days after returning to school we tackled the annual English Cooperatives and took them in stride in true Moses Brown style. Preparation began for the Declamation Contest, and the spring sports program got into full swing. Baseball prac- tice started immediately in preparation for an early game with Pawtucket West. The track season opened with the interclass meet, which we won, as we did last year. Tragedy again struck the class of '46 on April 19, when death called another, Dave Pearce, from our ranks. Dave had always been one of the most outstanding members of our form, but particularly since April, 1945, when disease necessitated the ampu- tation of his left arm, had his courage and spirit been a source of amazement and in- spiration to us and all who knew him. There was nothing he could not or would not do. He earned his varsity letter in football, led the dance committee, was business manager of the Proscenium Club, acted in all productions, was excellent as the Boatswain in "Pinafore," and as Business Manager of the MOSAIC was in charge of the collection of the largest amount of advertising in page and dollar value in the history of the publication. On April 19, he died, after sixteen short days in bed, a truly indomitable spirit to the very last. The weeks rolled on, and the weather grew warmer and warmer. The elms unfolded their fresh new leaves and waved dreamily in the spring breezes, while within the school various Fifth Formers stretched out in class and let their minds wander from principles of electricity to two-baggers in baseball games. The same summer which was bringing Commencement so near made it just so much harder to con- centrate on important schoolwork. Many a sigh of relief was breathed each day at 10:40, when we could again break away from classes for a few minutes' stroll in our front yard or for a chance to sprawl out and relax in the sun. Lively topics of conversa- tion included whether anyone would ever hit one all the way over the studio or if there would be a math test today or "whose picture you're carrying in your wallet." After due passage of time May 17 and Father and Son Day came around. The program included the traditional Lower School track events and a program of songs by the Glee Club. Witnessing these events for the last time as students made us almost painfully conscious of the fact that we were to leave in less than two weeks. From then on, every succeeding day in- creased in importance until the time finally came. And it did come. The Prom was luxuri- ous, to say the least, and Commencement was the same as it had been every year before, except that we--yes, we-were the ones of importance. joined by the summer- sessionites, we received our diplomas, then, as never before, we felt sincere gratitude and affection for the Queen of Alma Maters. After the exercises we were jubilant, but inwardly we felt as though we had lost a good friend. l66l 1 H BMW "P VMT r'?i'FWF --imgdllniil ' mtl D- fl lar i - n -T ' p wx' " N ' 'GH' ' a e 'I Back Row: W. Keen, jr., Man., E. S. Cobb, jr., Ass't. Man., VV. C. Barney, jr., Ass't. Man., Mr. Arm- strong, Coach, Mr. VVaughtel, Coach. Third Row: NV. H. Stewart, VV. C. Leuthner, j. H. Lindsey, R. A. Joslin, S. Tesseris, bl. M. Brogden, jr., P. T. Andrews, J. M. Wood, Jr. Second Row: C. S. Gormly, F. G. Towle, 2nd, C. A. Robinson, III, R. H. Fitton, jr., G. E. Hall, DeF. VV. Abel, -lr., N. C. Orcutt. Front Roux' R. B. Graham, R. Tainsh, F. R. Gleason, Jr., H. VV. Armbrust, C. F. X. Hartnett, Capt., D. S. VVoodman, A. P. Carpenter, R. C. Gower, J. J. Gilbert, jr. Varsity Baseball CHARLES F. X. HARTNETT W11.1.1AM KEEN, JR. Captain Manager SCHEDULE M.B. Opp. April Pawtucket West High School 2 4 April Hope High School 7 2 April Pawtucket East High School 5 2 April Thayer Academy Rain May St. George's School 4 2 May Lawrence Academy 14 0 May Portsmouth Priory School May Dean Academy May May May May May June Tabor Academy Portsmouth Priory School East Providence High School Huntington School North Attleboro High School Tabor Academy l67l QM . . R eza KHALL PERT EMO Ei wir qg7,41e , HN- eil!" if in- 'fe Back Row: Mr. Hutton, Coach, VV. B. Cireenough, Ill, R. A. Gonzalez, Mr. Fein, Coach. Third Row: j. j. llartnett, R. G. Ingersoll, R. Robinson, lll, B. A. Randall, li. l.. Clifford, jr., A. E. Darby, jr., H. Mc- Cusker, jr. Srrmzd Row: K. G. Knowles, H. E. Bigler, jr., P. H. Guillemette, D. P. Brogden, R. H. joslin, R. j. Alvarez, A. l.. Pinkerson, NN. l-3. X'Vagenknecht, VV. A. O'Connor, jr. Front Row: VV. P. Considine, jr., A. C. frees, j. Y. Sweet, R. R. Crosby, jr., D. G. Lubrano, D. A. Amick, S. C. Ryder, Ci. R. Nazareth, G. M. Seidel. April April May May May May May X t Ie- Affili- xlnl P' M- fix Mioldlers' Baseball Manager SCHEDULE JMB. Opp. 19 Providence Country Day School 5 8 25 Portsmouth Priory School 6 5 3 St. Andrew's School 13 4 9 Portsmouth Priory School 20 St. Dunstan's School 23 St. Andrcw's School 29 Providence Country Day School l63l 'lf WW 'N .tiirw 3RP'?Hfl MMG- A AlLe,N'QRf.E3Qi 6 I i--eel """s Q. MQ Hi . a, ol if f v ,,J dw .L z A W -W Back Raw: Mr. Armstrong, Coach, C. S. Harrington, A. O. Saart, jr., R. NV. Kenny, jr., E. M. Mauro, jr., G. W. Kelsey, jr., j. L. Gillespie. Front Row: R. W. Reynolds, S. C. Mason, j. H. Stiness, S. Dimmitt, D. MacLeod, C. R. U'Connor, H. W. Boynton, ll. Bumblebees' Baseball SCHEDULE M.B. Opp. l69l 'NW - WTP RM' Tiffin QJDQL PEFTSHCWW More E5 wir v X RETF' 1 15 5 s E . I Ur sf E j -. r rt it ff na- QI E19 C 1 gif f A f Back Row: Mr. Howe, Coach, G. W. Waterman, Man., P. J. Grimes, Ass't. Man., Mr. Lewis, Coach. Fourth Row: E. M. Perry, D. Shoolman, VV. D. Crossman, Jr., I. F. Paulson, J. O'N. Ott, J. C. Johnston, jr., A. E. Nichols, M. Thompson, jr. Third Row: F. M. Allen, J. K. Payan, K. A. Marshall, E. F. Tortolani, E. E. Berkander, Jr., H. R. Avery, F. H. Beckett, jr. Second Row: S. T. Allenson, W. A. Hamilton, E. Winsor, T. K. Gibson, R. I. Knibb, R. F. Eaton, H. V. S. Tingley, jr., H. H. Fawcett, jr. Front Row: E. T. Richards, jr., R. E. Farwell, D. W. Richards, R. H. Hallett, H. J. Arnold, Co-capf., D. B. Snyder, jr., Co-Capt., S. D. Ferguson, N, M. Steere, C. W. Megathlin, jr. Spring Track HENRY J. ARNOLD GEORGE W. WATERMAN DONALD B. SNYDER, JR. Manager C0-Captains SCHEDULE M .B. Opp. April Mount Pleasant High School 65M 60M April Hope High School and 595ff, 39516 Classical High School 54M May Milton Academy 71 37 May Worcester Academy May N. E. Prep School Championships at Andover May East Providence High School May American Legion Meet at Aldrich Field l 701 9 ., at , . XQEPV - 5 LEA 's.-...Bl?'jHTl,1a.a Q Wqffilimwc 'Q :X-2 A ?-Wegfnl A - Back Row: Mr. Howe, Coach, D. D. Osborne, jr., F. B. Brooks, jr., T. B. Myers, Mr. Lewis, Coach. Second Row: L. Kaplan, H. B. johnson, R. M. Hurst, R. L. Conrad, j. W. Schieffelin, N. A. Fuller, W. R. Benford, jr. Front Row: D. S. Prendergast, D. C. Merriman, R. C. Bevan, Jr., F. L. Siegel, J. L. Humphreys, F. L. Pratt, H. B. VVood, R. M. Beckett. Midcllers' Track DUNCAN C. MERRIMAN FREDERICK L. PRATT FRANK L. SIEGEL Co-Caplains Manager SCHEDULE ALB. OPP. May 10 East Providence Central junior High School May 20 Henry Barnard School and Seekonk junior High School May 24 East Providence Central junior High School june 1 junior Track Association Championships at Pierce Memorial Stadium, East Providence l 71 l L . i : wg ..'2-- .+ 2 SH, r m -mi, 'Ea gigit REFER' EMORESTTZT of ficers' ' Back Row: Mr. Herman, Coach, M. J. Lipson, C. B. Brunner, jr., Man., D. C. Pridmore Brown D Graham, W. j. Maguire, jr. Second Row: N. B. Shore, R. B. Lownes, J. F. Knowles, N. M. Totah H T Freeman, Jr. Front Row: A. M. Gilbert, J. j. Friedrichs, W. H. Claflin, Capt., R, Sinkinson, Markowitz Varsity Tennis WILLIAM H. CLAFLIN CARL B. BRUNNER JR Captain Manager SCHEDULE OPP May Worcester Academy 2 7 May Portsmouth Priory School May Milton Academy May Tabor Academy May Portsmouth Priory School May Tabor Academy l72l ,J 'A I N A ,luv-,N Y , FAXZ,-Q X xx 4 X t X 'C QTQXE S .j'ffiHTl L? 75 YLQWORCET if Q .g 1+ sr' sg'cilJ L ' Wearers Of the M. B. THE BLUE M.B. Football, Baseball, Track, and Tennis H. W. ARMBRUST, Baseball IV, Football V C. F. X. HARTNETT, Baseball III, I Vg Football IV H. J. ARNOLD, Traek III, I V, Football V A. E. JAGGER, Baseball IV M. I. BRIER, Swimming I V", V"' D. LANGDON, JR., Football IV, V A. P. CARPENTER, Football IV, Vg Baseball IV W. J. MAGUIRE, JR., Football V W. H. CLAFLIN, Tennis III P. L. MONROE, II, Football IV, V C. J. CRAIG, JR., Track II, IIIg Football III, IV N. C. ORCUTT, Baseball III J. K. DEAN, Baseball IV D. E. PEARCE, Football V T. W. ECKSTEIN, Football IV N. E. PICCHIONE, Football V S. D. FERGUSON, Track III, Football IV D. W. RICHARDS, Track II, Football III E. J. GATELY, JR., Football V R. SINKINSON, Tennis III, Football IV, V F. R. GLEASON, Football IV, Vg Baseball IV C. J. SMITH, JR., Football V R. C. GOWER, Football III D. B. SNYDER, JR., Track III, IV R. B. GRAHAM, Football III, IV, Vg Baseball III, IV N. M. STEERE, Track II R. H. Hsmm, Track 111, IV, Football V R. S. TAINSII, Baseball 111, IVg Football 111, IV, V F. G. TOWLE, 2ND, Football II 'Special Award THE WHITE M.B. Cross Country, Swimming, and Wrestling F. M. ALLEN, Swimming III, I Vg Cross Country IV W. M. MCCORMICK, Swimming IV S. T. ALLENSON, Cross Country IV R. W. MCGREGOR, Wrestling IV M. I. BRIER, Swimming III G. R. NAZARETH, Wrestling III A. P. CARPENTER, Wrestling IV, V A. E. NICHOLS, Swimming III R. F. EATON, Wrestling IV, V J. F. PAULSON, Swimming III, IV W. B. FARNSWORTI-I, JR., Swimming IV, V E. M. PERRY, Cross Country IV H. H. FAWCETT, Cross Country IV R. SINKINSON, Swimming V R. A. JOSLIN, Wrestling II C. J. SMITH, JR., Swimming V K. G. KNOWLES, Wrestling II L. J. TRIEDMAN, Cross Country V D. LANGDON, JR., Wrestling V E. S. WINSOR, Cross Country IV W. J. MAGUIRE, JR., Wrestling V D. S. WOODMAN, Cross Country V THE MINOR M.B. Champion Middlers' Teams D. W. ABEL, JR., Baseball I, Football II A. E. JAGGER, Baseball III H. W. ARMBRUST, Football III R. A. JOSLIN, Football II W. C. BARNEY, JR., Football III W. KEEN, JR., Football III R. R. CROSBY, JR., Football II R. I. KNIBB, Football III T. W. ECKSTEIN, Football II, Baseball II R. B. LOWNES, Baseball III S. D. FERGUSON, Football II N. C. ORCUTT, Baseball II, Football III R. L. FORMAN, Baseball II E. T. RICHARDS, JR., Baseball II E. J. GATELY, JR., Football III C. A. ROBINSON, III, Baseball II, Football III A. M. GILBERT, Football IV R. SINKINSON, Football III J. J. GILBERT, JR., Baseball II, Football III G. R. SMITH, Football III C. S. GORMLY, Football II W. H. STEWART, Baseball II, Football III C. F. X. HARTNETT, Football III R. E. T. STRAIGHT, Football II, Baseball II A. L. HURST, JR., Football III E. F. TORTOLANI, Football II L. J. TRIEDIIAN, Football III l73l -gt:IIaumIII1if1" I I ' I ALL PERL mor .WIT uqwaef '11 ! I : M j jp 431 First Form . Second Form . Third Form . Fourth Form . First Prize . Second Prize First Prize . Second Prize PTIZSS Awarded February QFD and June 1945 FOUNDER'S PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN SCHOLARSHIP M C H E SENIOR DECLAMATION PRIZE . . ENRY C USK R, JR. RALPH ROBINSON CROSBY, JR. JOSEPH O,NEILL OTT MALCOLM JAY LIPSON DAVID EARL PEARCE DONALD BERTRAM SNYDER, JR. CLASS OF 1914. DECLAMATION PRIZE Cln Memory of John L. Hubbard, 'I4j PAUL FLETCHER SMITH . . MAURICE ADELMAN, JR. PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN FRENCH RUSSELL SIMPSON DOUGLAS PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN LATIN PARKER LEWIS MONROE, II THE ANTONIO EUGENE CAPOTOSTO PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN ELEMENTARY LATIN CI n Memory of Antonio Eugene Capotosto of the Class of 19331 HENRY MCCUSKER, JR. THE THOMAS J. BATTEY PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN SCIENCE EDGAR JOHN LOWNES, III IFJ JOHN STINESS MERCHANT, II PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS HOWARD KIMBALL, JR. CFD THE RENSSELAER ALUMNI ASSOCIATION MEDAL FOR EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE JOHN STINESS MERCHANT, II BAUSCH AND LOMB HONORARY SCIENCE AWARD FOR EXCEPTIONAL PROGRESS IN SCIENCE STUDIES FIRST FORM JOHN STINES5 MERCHANT, II PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN AMERICAN HISTORY JOHN ANTHONY I-IORRELL QFD Un Memory of Carter Palmer, Class of 19383 JOHN STINESS MERCHANT, II DANIEL ELIHU FINGER-Honorable Mention THE SOPHIA L. PITMAN PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN ART fPresented by Eugene Kingman, Class of 19285 CHARLES GILBERT STAPLES, 2ND PAUL FLETCHER SMITH-Honorable Mention THE JOHN MILTON PAYNE, 2ND, PRIZES FOR EXCELLENCE IN ENGLISH Un Memory of John Milton Payne, Znd, of the Class of 1927J First Prize .........., Second Prize . . . SECOND FORM First Prize . Second Prize . THIRD FORM First Prize . . Second Prize FOURTH FORM First Prize . . . Second Prize .... , ..... I74I gg LA lH . HERBERT CLINTON HESS, JR. . JAMES SEEBER EDWARDS WILIIIAM FERGUSON HOEY, III RALPH ROBINSON CROSBY, JR. . . EOSEPH O,NEILL OTT ROBERT OURTLAND KNOWLES . ARTHUR EDMUND JAGGER . . MALCOLM JAY LIPSON In mlllliilimmarl Qgxnufiblw-9-s1'l! p1l' lt: -I .J -i ii: A -'FFHHISK7 1 ii- f A Y J Q I il J . J A. ' FIFTH FORM First Prize . . HOWARD KIMBALL, JR. CFD Second Prize . . JOHN ANTHONY HORRELL IFJ First Prize . . JOHN STINESS MERCHANT, II , Second Prize ............ WILSON F ISKE UTTER THE SUSAN M. SEABURY PRIZES FOR ESSAYS ON PEACE AND INTERNATIONAL GOOD WILL CContest Open Io Members of the Fzfth Formj First Prize . ......... FREDERICK SAMUEL BRUNSWICK Second Prize ............ LINCOLN EDWARD BARBER, JR. Third Prize ...........,... ABBOTT JAY REEYES THE HANNAH J. BAILEY PRIZES FOR ESSAYS ON PEACE First Prize ............. PARKER LEWIS MONROE, II Second Prize ............. ARTHUR EDMUND JAGGER Third Prize ............ . GEORGE RICHARD SMITH, JR. THE OBADIAH BROWN PRIZES FOR ESSAYS ON "OUR NATIVE TREES" FIRST FORM ............... CARLOS ARTHUR HANRS SECOND FORM ........... RALPH ROBINSON CROSBY, JR. THIRD FORM . . CHARLES ZIMRI EDDY, ZND FIFTH FORM ............ . . . ABBOTT JAY REEVES THE CHARLES, ELLIOT, AND LYMAN BROWN PRIZE FOR GOOD CITIZENSHIP RUSSELL SIMPSON DOUGLAS THE NEW ENGLAND FEDERATION OF HARVARD CLUBS BOOK PRIZE TO THE STUDENT OF THE FOURTH FORM WHO BEST COMBINES CHARACTER, INTEREST IN SCHOOL ACTIVITIES, AND SCHOLARSHIP ARTHUR EDMUND JAGGER THE HEADMASTER'S CUP FOR SCHOLARSHIP, SCHOOL SPIRIT, AND INFLUENCE DAVIS CROSSLEY JENCKS CFD JOHN STINESS MERCHANT, II Permanent Athletic Trophies Awards of 1945 THE CHASE CUP FOR THE BEST INDIVIDUAL TENNIS PLAYER CPresenled by Frederick L. Chase, Jr., 19231 RUSSELL SIMPSON DOUGLAS THE FALL TOURNAMENT NOVICE CUP FOR TENNIS CDorLated by Albert Horton, 3rd, of the Class of 19295 Senior Tournament ............ ROBERT CHARLES MATIIIEU Junior Tournament ...... . .... ROBERT COURTLAND KNOWLES THE PAUL MESSER SWIMMING TROPHY CPresented by his Mother in Memory of Paul Messer, 19355 MILTON IRVING BRIER THE CHASE SHIELD FOR INTERCLASS TRACK CPresented by Richard H . Chase, 1925 J CLASS OF 1946 THE ALBERT L. WENTWORTH TROPHY FOR MOST VALUABLE BASEBALL PLAYER CPresented by Albert E. Wentworth, Jr., 19205 ROBERT CHARLES MATI-IIEU I75I EE.-:Han-. -If S- J r ,gf--I egg, r. . timing. .- HALL PERl WJT 'Q,gI1E 1 ,. 4 4. Q in - f A 2 I, 1930 Fifth Form SILAS R. ANTHONY HERBERT L. DORRANCE, JR JOHN M. GROSS BANCROI-'T LITTLEFIELD JOHN A. MARTIN 1931 Fifth Form RICHARD B. BAKER NORMAN B. DODGE Fourth Form RICHARD C. SCOTT 1932 Fifth Form FRANCIS B. KEENEY, JR. RICHARD V. MELVILLE ALBERT L. SCOTT, JR. Fourth Form RICHARD V. CHASE, JR. LANGAN W. SWENT 1933 Fifth Form ALFRED R. STOKES SAMUEL H. WAUGHTEL, JR. Fourth Forrn DAGGETT H. HOWARD ROBERT L. SCOTT EDWARD A. WHITAKER 1934 Fifth Form DONALD P. LIND SAMUEL L. WAGNER RANDALL H. YOUNG Fourth Form IRVING H. 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