Moses Brown School - Mosaic Yearbook (Providence, RI)

 - Class of 1948

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CROSBY, JR., Manag- ing Editor - JOSEPH K. PAYAN, Business Manager - MAURICE ADELMAN, JR. - MARSHALL H. CANNELL, JR. ' BURRILL M. GI-ZTMAN, JR. - THEODORE K. GIBSON ' CHARLES S. GORMLY ' DAVID GRAHAM - WILLIAM F. HOEY, III - NORMAN M. STEERE - HOWARD L. TRIEDMAN, Associate Editors - GEORGE R. NAZARETH - ALAN L. PINRERSON, Art Editors - EDWARD L. CLIFFORD, JR. - ROBERT A. MARSELLO, Photog- raphy Editors - JOSEPH C. JOHNSTON, JR. ' DAVID G. LUBRANO - EUGENE F. TORTOLANI - NAEIL M. TOTAH, Assistant Business Managers - LEO H. COLE - WILLIAM PAXTON, Faculty Ad- visers . . . The MCDSAIC A Record and History of the Class of 1948 and An Account. of the Year 1947-1948 The One Hundred and Twenty-ninth Year of MGSES BROWN SCI-IDOL Providence Rhode 1s1and To RUTH M. COCK Kar Aer palfience, clneerfufneu, ana! Aincfnem I 3 XM' MMM S iroxxnx fx-RN w XX . 'NX 1.1.4 5 ,-gg' 'W I -. 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"Q ,,- . viyfi-U rw WNV X fly ,,,nt t1 ,?:12i fiiff' 1 fE"13 1819 Founder and History MOSES BROWN, 1738-1836 Special friend of the poor and needy,' counselor to the trouhledg physician to the poor and richg apostle of temperanceg advocate of peaceg patriot and pacifistg alzolitionistg promoter and patron of industry: assemlzlyman and joint author of the first proposed free-school legislation for Providenceg student of sciencej one of the founders of the Providence Athenaeum Library, the Rhode Island Bilzle Society, the Society for the Promotion of Agriculture in Rhode Island, the Rhode Island Peace Society, and the Rhode Island Historical Society: treasurer of the School Fund for more than half a century: generous donor of land to, and leading spirit in the founding of MOSES BROWN SCHOOL Yearly Meeting School at Portsmouth ....... . 1784-1788 Friends' Boarding School at Providence opened . . . . 1819 Moses Brown School, name adopted ............. 190-1 Control of Lincoln School assumed for the education of girls and Moses Brown School made a boys' school exclusively .............. 1926 151 fkqidiig--xva Q i ' f 1 :E S' pk smix it S X N . y .- Tm . x M - - 1 - + ' - Rf +' i'-'11, ia -' sf 1, . 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Oliver -I. 11. Henderson, .-Xcting 1-leadmasler . . . . . . l.. Ralston Thomas, lleatlmasler 1011 leave ol' absence. 1916-19171 . 171 . 1819- 1821- . 1829 . 1835- . 18217 18218- . 1810- . 1815- . 1817 1817- . 18512 . 1835 . . 1836- School managed from 1838-1852 by Snperinlemlenls without Ptincipals . 1852- . 1855- . 1860- . 1860- 1863- . 1879- . 1510-1- . 19-16- . 1924 182-1 18115 1835 1836 18351 1811 1816 1852 1835 1838 1855 1860 1879 1868 1879 190-1 192-I 1947 Committee in Chorqe of School Clerk, ALEXANDER C. PURDY, Hartford, Connecticut MOSES BAILEY BRUCE M. BIGI-ILOXV T. DWIGHT BOOLE CHARLES F. BROWN EDITH L. BUEEUM SUSAN L. Dow HENRY C. FOSTER RICHARD M. GUMMERE RUEUS M. JONES EDNVARD L. MAUOMDER PHEIIE F. PERRY 8 GREN O. PIERREL MARGARET G. SIssON DONALD B. SNYDER THOMAS A. TRIPP W ILLIAM WVEDSTI-:R FRANCES E. WHEELER LUCIA A. VVHEELER CHARLES H. VVHITE ELLEN A. WINsI.Ow LYRA T. VVOLKINS WVALTER H. WOOD L. RALSTON THOMAS Hendnmstm' H:1vc1'i'o1'd Collcgc, 13.5. Halrvzml University. Ecl.M. Rhmlc lslzmml College ol' l'l1:1r1nzlc'y and Allied Sc'icnc'cs, Sc 591 IVER -I. IS. HENIJERS ,-I.s'.s'i.s'lru1t fIl'Ill11l1fl.YfI'V Brown llnivcrsily, Ph. IS 1' 101 SAMKIEI. H. XVAITGHTIQI, Latin, Plzysiml Direrlm' lNl2ll'lt'llAl University .-LM. ARTHUR W. CAT141 Mnzlffrn lforeign l.nr1g'1mg'es Student Adviser Brown llnivcrsilv l'lx.B.. AAI. H:n'x'zll'll l'llix'El'sily AAI. lllliwrwily of Grcnolmlc' XVll.1.mM l'Ax'1'oN English Brown University l'l1.B. llurvzml llnivcrsilv EVliRl'I'T'l' ll. RAlNl'iS H islory Wesleyan Ilniversily IRS. Brown llnivcrwily F. XVARRICN Howrt, JR. Mamml Training Mf'rlm11if'11l llmzving Rllomlv lNlilll1l School ol' Design LI. DRISKKJ Al.I.liN Head of Lower School Colby College ILS. Hanwzml University 5111 ZA! fl MARION L. HERMAN Mathematics Dickinson College A.B. Columbia University A.M. THEODORE S. YVHITFORD French, English Amherst College A.B. 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Prf'xirlf ,O Ts A. Ii. Nimlmls. II. NI. fIl'IlII1lII.-Ill. 'I'n'1l.wn'1'r'. N. Hallo. Nnl in j1ir'I11r1': I". II. SRIVQQCIII. R. II, KIIIIIIIII 1 N' r-"' fm -x . ,ng 1 + I N0 U51 . IW 1le"'5,a 03449 MA ICE ADELMAN, -IR. Jx X 232 Sli entie, ' ice 6, R. I. D ' IAI, 11 lub I, II: Mosaic Board, Honorable M in Iunior eclamation Contest I, Second Prize ll, Se ond English Prize Ig Latin Prize IVQ First Hannah Bailey Essay Prize IV: Form and School Winner in Time Current Af- fairs Test IVQ First Grant in Rhode Island Schools Science Fair III5 Honors I, II, III, IV. RAMON PEDRO JOSE ALVAREZ 8 Mawney Street, Providence 7, R. Al Ray Pancho Baseball Squad IV, Vg XVinter Track Squad Vg Cross Countr Squad Vg Middlers Basketball Squad Ill, Basketball Squad IV' Clee Club III IV Vi e President V' Orche ra III IV V I i ,ua i' i in . .. fun' ' mn.-4317767 owl THOMAS CHURCHILL BARROW 89 Main Street, Bridgewater, Mass. Tom Tennis Squad Vg Proscenium Club IV, Vg Glee Club Vg Editor- in-Chief of Mosmcg Prize for Excellence in Second Year French IV, Second Hannah J. Bailey Essay Prize IV, Honors IV, Cum Laude IVg State VVinner of Pepsi-Cola College Scholarship. FRANCIS HENRY BECKETT, JR. 189 Waterman Street, Providence 6, R. I. Frank Football Team Vg Middlers Track Team II, Spring Track Squad IV, V: Swimming Team Vg Winter Track Squad IV, Vg Mfrestling Squad II, III, Glee Club IV. ERIC EMINIANUEL BERKANDER, JR. 34 Lake Street, Mfakeneld, R. I. Berk Chubby Football Squad III, IV, Team Vg Middlers Track Squad III, Winter Track Squad IV, Middlers Basketball Squad III, Tennis Team IV, Vg Chess Club III, IV. E173 HOWARD CHRISTOPHER BLAKE 552 East Avenue, Pawtucket, R. I. Howie Spring Track Squad IV, Middlers Basketball Squad Ill: Basket- ball Squad IV, Vg Proscenium Club V. o 056' F56 a,.nP""' JERRAM LEFEVRE BROVVN PM 19 Hitchcock Road, Amherst, Mass. jerry Jerome Spring Track Squad IV, Winter Track Squad V3 Basketball Squad IVQ Cross Country Team Vg Chess Club IV, V, Hannah Bailey Essay, Honorable Mention IV, Honors IV. ROBERT GEOFFREY BROWN Box 598, Wolfeboro, N. H. Chess Club I, II, Vg Middlers Baseball Team IIQ Baseball Squad IV, Vg Swimming Team V. .- La. wifi? W Q ,J M FRANK GIBSON BURNETT ' ames Street, East Providence 14, R. I. 'K Football Squad Vg Basketball Squad Vg Baseball Squad- V. 1 SH LL HOPEXVELL CANNELL, 7 o e Avenue, Providence 6, R. . at M rs M rac Squar II, Sp ng rac Squad III, Vg Mosfuc Bo . W I 13 I I PETER STARLING CARPEN I0 Winthrop Drive, Barrin on, R. I. arp ,a Y EDWARD LAMBERT CLIFFORD, JR. ,K 30 Alumni Avenue, Providence 6, R. I. X6- 50-rv! yi AAAI, MCli Wrestlin Squad III, I'V ' i ' i ming ' , , esldent , e p mm oard V, hoto phic Editor of MosA , Secon gl' h Prize III, IV, Second rize Time Current A ' s V, C ampion in Junior Fall Tennis Tournamen ' n Essay, Honorable Mention IV, Honors III, IV, Cum Laude IV. 530 Chestnut Street, Franklin, Mass. B. EDWARD SINGLETON CoBB, JR. K hw I Al' P Ed Cobbie Assistant Manager of Baseball Team II, Manager IV, Football Team IV, V, Wrestling Squad II, Team IV, Spring Track Squad V, Treasurer of Second Form, Dance Committee V, Proscenium Club V. " ,af rf' M :ef HENRY VINCENT COLLINS, -IR. 24 Luzon Avenue, Providence 6, R. l. I Harry I Middlers Football Squad II, Swimming Squad III, IV, V. RALPH ROBINSON CROSBY, JR. 140 Don Avenue, Rumford 16, R. I. Crun Baseball Squad IV, Team V, Middlers Football Team Il, Football Team V, Co-Captain of Middlers Basketball Team III, Basket- ball Team IV, Captain V, Secretary of First, Fourth, and Fifth Forms, President of Second and Third Forms, S. A. C. I, II, III, IV, Secretary V, Glee Club I, III, IV, V, Editor-in-Chief of Del- phian V, Managing Editor of Mosmc, Dance Committee IV, Harvard Club Book Prize IV, First English Prize I, Second II, Honorable Mention III, First Obadiah Brown Essay Prize I, II, III, IV, High Honors I, II, III, Honors IV, Cum Laude IV, Founder's Prize I, II, III. E191 jr a Q-I Q 1 lf' I rn S, jbsia - FRIE a - s inter 4 -o' so et, R. I. Filed Mi rs Track u II: Ten quad III, Captain, IV, V3 Chess C b I 5 Proscenium C 3 IV, Vg Winter Track Squad III, Del oard V3 Champion unior Fall Tennis Tourna- ment II , hase Cup for Best Indiv ual Tennis Player IVg Or- chestra II, III, Honors Il, III, IV. ubQll'DJvslc4ig'iv1NIR ,aaa Buys Mi lamaske b T nuis Sql ' C Il 'y Sq surer of Fift F . C. l ' d Vg M , Board, Fi E l riz ' g rs IV: Foun er's Prize IV, C de IV THEUDORE KNIPE GIBSON 151 Wo o ury Strcet Providence 6 R I Tu 6 AQ, ll eam Ill Basketball Squad IV Xa Mosmc. Board Dance Committee 6 0 S u' . N 'xi di , i l i T' xg ll l. li , . .g , , , IV . S o A- I 1, , Spring Track Squad Ill, Team , ' - -. Q1 f H H 1 ' ' - ' , :la-CQ. Arvvffcs RICHARD ARNOLD GIFFORD Main Road, Central Village, Mass. Dick Football Team Vg Wrestling Team Vg Baseball Team V. , . ani? ' ' lo 16 ,156 .guw f0'Wn"'v7wv 1 gt, 4, WILLIAM DEXTER Gorr ""'C'6e9f 101 Ausdale Road, Cranston 10, R. I. 4 Cm Bill Squirt E201 .,,, M 4 J' CHARLES SHERXVIN GORMLY 8 Blackstone Boulevard, Providence 6, R. I. Charlie Baseball Squad III, Team IV, C0-Captain V, Middlers Football Team II, Football Squad IV, Team V, Middlers Basketball Team III, Basketball Squad IV, Team V, Vice-President of A. A. V.: Secretary of Third Form, S. A. C. III, Mosfxic Board. 'Tag-1 3, ww, 19.... ,0.QJZ9-- R .SELL CURTIS GOWVER Q-IO' 9'-' 99 Don Avenue, Rumford 16, R. A010947 Russ M aku, Baseball Team Ill, Co-Captain V, Footballieam III, IV, Cap- tain V, Track Squad III, junior Member of A. A. IV, President V, President of Fourth and Fifth Forms, A. C. IV, Chairman V: Glee Club IV, V, Delplzian Board V. za eu. Tm., D684 Q-uhh, , Q' Q9 A94 8'-q up DAVID GRAHAM Q ' L 19 Everett Avenue, Providence 6, R. I. Dave Fearless Sheik Football Squad V, Middlers Track Team II, Spring Track Squad V, Cross Country Squad IV, Tennis Squad III, IV, Cheer Leader lll, IV, Prosceniunl Club II, Ill, President IV, Vg Glee Club I, II, MosA1c: Board, First Prize in junior Declamation Contest Ill, Honors I, ll, Ill, IV. PAUL JOSEPH GRIMES, JR. l20 Grotto Avenue, Providence fi, R. I. Manager of Middlers Track Team Il, Assistant Manager ol Winter and Spring Track Teams III, Manager IV: Assistant Manager ol' Cross Country Team III, Manager IV. 0 f fl NA rHAN HAL12 Division Street, East Greenwich, R. I. Nate Winter Track Squad IV, V, Spring Track Squad III, IV, Team V, Wrestling Squad III, Cross Country Squad III, IV, Team V, Glee Club IV, V, Orchestra III, Secretary-Treasurer IV, Vice- President V, Honors III. 'M' WL 'ahlhlflhnxi D291 ,J -Q raw- Q-1 1-1'-A , warr- Jf'7"'C""t7ffl:-f'J" 9770 5 - . J J apr af ' ,ff'.g5.... JZ' N LLI M FER SON HOE , III Reservoir Road, 'u berland, R. I. ill Chess Club I, ll, III, President IV, Secretary V: Proscenium Club V: Mosaic Board: First English Prize II, III: Elementary Latin Prize I: First I e in Time Current Affairs Test I, II, III, Form and Schoo ner V: Honors I, IV: High Honors ll, III: Cum Laude IV: norable Mention in Westinghouse Science Talent Search V' tional Honorary Pepsi-Cola College Scholarship V. , MAURICE ASA HOLTON Kingstown Road, Narragansett, R. I. ! Ace Chess Club II, III: Proscenium Club IV, V: Second Grant in Rhode Island Schools Science Fair III, Third Grant IV: " ug Sbwswvkso 59' JOSEPH CHARLES JOHNSTON, JR. 70 Laurel Avenue, Providence 6, R. I. Baseball Squad IV: Chess Club l, II: Prosceniu , Sec- retary V3 Glee Club Ig Orchestra II: Delphian Board V: Mosaic Board: Third Grant in Rhode Island Schools Science Fair Ill. hz ,ilffdli wwe M5114 RICHARD HENRY KIMBALL 175 Freeman Parkway, Providence 6, R. I. Dick Assistant Manager of Winter and Spring Track Teams IV. Man ager V: Proscenium Club V: Glee Club I. VVILLIAM CRAIG LEUTHNER 48 East Street, Stafford Springs, Conn. Baseball Squad,-III: Football Squad IV, Team V: X'Vinter Track Squad IV, Team V: Spring Track Squad IV, V: Dance Committee III, Vice-President of Fourth Form: S. A. C. IV: Delphian Board V. i221 r'-Q'E' , 4 -5..vo..lY1l'0.l'l'QPU6VQl,WlAxQfvx Clwiwl- whip? Shir Swingin, plc-.ill GLM' IJKQPQ- DAVID GORDON LUBRANO I 127 Blackamore Avenue, Cranston 10, R. I. jake Baseball Squad IV, Team Vg Middlers Football Squa Ilg Middlers Basketball Squad II: Chess Club III, IV, Vg Proscenium Club IV, Vg Orchestra II, III, IV, President Vg Deljihian Board IV, Vg MOSAIC Boardg Champion in Senior Fall Tennis Tourna- ment IV, Vg First Prize in Rhode Island Schools Science Fair IV, Third Grant V. I If 5-af 'lf-4 4... 4' ROBERT ALFRED ARSELLO 4 15 Wingate Road, Providence 6, R. I. M M ush Football Squad IV, Team Vg Spring Track Squad IV, Vg Middlers Football Squad II: Chess Club I, II, Orchestra II, Photographic Editor of Mosmc. I MALCOLM HOWARD MEARS lll Beacon Avenue, Warwick Neck, R. I. Mac Baseball Squad IV, Vg Middlers Basketball Squad IV, Basketball Squad V: Cross Country Squad IV, V. j PETER RICHMOND MORE A E Pakwoods, arolina J Pete Middlers as etball Squad IV, Swimming Squad Vg Chess Club IVQ Hannah J. Bailey Essay, Honorable Mention IV. RA D D EL MOUNTAIN, JR. 1 n enue, Rumford 1 , R. I. Ray R Basketball Sq V. E231 0lPf5"'9'Mf'3""'f2"'M'e""a'.v'W'a',' ,HES 'ER NVILLIAM MYERS s Street, Providence 6, R. I. Chet Chess C11 , , III, IV. I - 1 f . GEORGE ROBERT NAZARETH I 28 Shawomet Avenue, Shawomet, R. I. .f"' 1 ,IL , Baseball Squad IV, V: X'Vrestling Team III, IV. Captain V, .-Xrt Editor of Mosmc: Third Grant in Rhode Island Schools Science Fair III: Silver Medal in Rhode Island State XVrestling Cham- pionships Vg Honors I, Il, Ill, IV. ,war :I 0- T EVANS NICHOLS awk W getowl Road, South Kingstown. R. I. Al Nick Pick Assistant Mana er of Baseball Team IV, Manager Vg Middlers Track Squad II, Spring Track Squad III: Swimming Squad ll, Team III, IV, Co-Captain Vg Secretary of Second Form, Treas- urer of Third and Fourth Forms, S. A. C. II, IV, Vg l'I'0Sfl'llllllII Club IV, Vg Dance Committee I. LESLIE RIGG PAYVSON 2 Douglas Park, Bradford, R. I. Riggy Les Chess Club III, IV, Vg Glee Club Ill: Proscenium Club IV, V. J' Ar AM' all W pf' f EPI-I KILBOURN PAYAN A . - . .6 v757BlAvenue, Providence 6, R. I. Q,0'v M ' Schuy IJ VW . 1 ' rack quad III, IV, V: Manager of Mlrestling Team V ' 3'o 1 ub III,' Business Manager IV, Vg Glee Club II, X - V' - '1' '1 t V' Jelphian Board V: Business Manager ol' M osfk ' ance ' muittee V: Honors III. 1' , ,N rf' ' N 50.gklVJX,g243 u se ydke rlL,,foMow Mk. xv., ,Sgams cxaxvx 5 WILLIAM WILLISTON PETTINE I7 Constitution Street, Bristol, R. I. Bill Willie Football Team IV, Vg Xvinter Track Squad Vg Spring Track' Squad IV, Vg Glee Club V. ALAN LEE PINKERSON , 326 Taber Avenue, Providence 6, R. I. Pinky Baseball Squad IV: Swimming Squad III, IV, Art Editor ' MosA1c:, Honors I, II, III, IV. DONALD STEVENS ROCKWOOD 42 Huntington Drive, Rumford IG, R. I. Don Tennis Squad II, III, V: Orchestra II, IV, V. FRANCIS BARNARD SARGENT, .IR ll Barnes Street, Providence 6, R. I. Franny Doc Football Squad V: Wrestling Squad III, IV, Team V. 91:1 bw ex GEORGE MERLE SEIDEL I f Laurel Terrace, YVoronoco, Mass. ' Baseball Squad IV, Vg Football Squad Vg Swimming Te IV, V Middlers Basketball Team III: Chess Club I, II, III, Vice-Presi- dent IV, Vg Proscenium Club IV, V3 Honors I, II, III, IV. E253 -, Evbgfg le55 Q3 If Yi- 995 Iv. you X L. 0 ,f ' ovxrm ,, . S XX I U aK'- ii Qf2NmPfEN CRAIG SCOTT COPLEY SHAIV 416 Summer Street, Xvoonsocket, R. I. Swimming Squad IV, Vg Assistant Manager of Tennis Team IV, Manager Vg Chess Club IV. ROBERT LINCOLN SMART 190 Cobble Hill Road, Saylesville, R. I. Bob Bobby Assistant Manager of Track Team III, Spring Track Squad IV, Vg X'Vrestling Squad III, IV, Vg Cross Country Squad II, Assistant Manager III, Manager IV, Proscenium Club IV, Stage Manager V. Q, 'af 545 , . X ' NORMAN IVIOVVRY SFI EERE fy, Norm Moo '06 ' Sc ool Street, Chepachet, R. F. D. I, R. I. ""' VQQKM KJV' ' ,k Team II, III, Mlinter Track Team IV, Captain Vg Spring rack Team IV, Captain Vg Football Team IV, V: junior Mem- ber of A. A. IV, Secretary Vg Vice-President of Third and Fifth Forms, S. A. C. III, Vg Clee Club III, Secretary-Treasurer IV, President Vg Delphian Board V3 MosA1c Board: Dance Commit- tee IV, Honors II, III, IVQ Holder of School Record for I2-pound Shot Put 54' 5", V, National Prep School Champion for I2- pound Shot Put, National AAU Meet, 48' 65", IEI47, 52' IW", W A My WIANIES YOUNC' SXVEET gf, umboldt Avenue, Providence 6, R. I. 0 ' . 'O I ' as ,rm M' dlers Football Squad II: Assistant Manager of Football Team IV, Manager Vg Baseball Squad IV, Vg Middlers Basketball Team lllg Basketball Squad IV, Team V: Vice-President of Sec- ond Form. I NW MARCUS THOMPSON, -IR. 36 East Avenue, Harrisville, R. I. Middlers Track Squad II: Spring Track Squad IIIQ Tennis Team IV, V, Manager IV: Proscenium Club IV, Vg Band Ig Orchestra II, Ill, Dance Committee IV. i261 'x ,' r C l E-lfrnfnwg. fjlvmvk- K, ! ,K , C l AUGUSTE CHARLES TIBERGHIEN, JR. 63 Boulevard Carnot, Mouvaux, Nord, France Gus Winter Track Squad Vg Tennis Squad V: Chess Club V. Middlers Basketball Squad III, Tennis Squad III, Team IV, V3 Winter Track Team Vg Proscenium Club Vg Glee Club III, IV, V: Orchestra III, IV, V: Business Manager of Delpliian Vg BKIOSAIC Board, 2 9 J l I WJ No-u.2v..vT, .J EUGENE FERDINAND TORTOLANI I2 Vfoodbury Street, Providence ti, R. I. Gene Tort Baseball Squad IV, Middlers Football Team 113 Football Team IV, V3 Spring Track Squad III, Vg Wlrestling Team IV, Middlers Basketball Squad II, Co-Captain Ill, Chess Club I, II, III: Proscenium Club Vg Glee Club III, Vg Delphian Board Vg Mo- SAIC Board: Dance Committee II, III, V. ff M Cfessfefiaaf-A 'ffm 7,45aM,,y.yfZLu,,?j9a,, BI IR.AL cfxqf' QVWYQAZZA 2 Girarc Place, Maplewood, New jersey Nobby Tote Q01 MARTIN HOWARD TRIEDIVIAN 224 Raleigh Avenue, Pawtucket, R. I. How Middlers Football Squad II: Assistant Manager of XVinter and Spring Track Teams IV, Manager Vg Assistant Manager of Cross Country Team IV, Manager Vg Middlers Basketball Squad II, Team III, Basketball Squad Vg Chess Club I, II, III: Mosmc Board: Third Grant in Rhode Island Schools Science Fair IIIg Honors I, II, III, IV. FRANCE EDGAR VOTAVV, -IR. I8 Madison Avenue, l'VIlIC'llCSICT, Mass. hess Club IV. 7'fLf-3,315-. 7'lJ I27l JOHN MAYI-IEW WOOD, JR. 87 Don Avenue, Rumford 16, R. I. johnny Baseball Squad IV, Team Vg Manager of Football Team lV Manager of Basketball Team IV: Secretary of Glee Club V Dance Committee V. l28l Closs History LOWER SCHOOL CLUSTER of reluctant boys, sur- rounded by talkative mothers and sleepy fathers, assembled in the Pre-Prim- ary room in September 1935 to form the newest group of young hopefuls at Moses Brown. At that time most of us were con- tent to call Miss Woodbury "Hey, miss -" - all of us, in fact, except Franny Sargent, who preferred the appellation "Mrs, Wood- enbury" in memory of a long-lost Gordon School teacher. Once acclimated to other people, to the sandbox, and to reading, we were introduced to Miss Buifum, who, for all her labors, was rewarded only with many lop-sided ships with multi-colored portholes. joe Payan and the two Emerys as three melancholy Russians highlighted our production of "Foreign Children," while others of us became momentarily a junior United Nations assembly. Mentally we returned from these foreign parts just in time to send some stubby-legged indi- viduals into our first Father and Son Day races. The next fall we were introduced to Miss Eastman, to the Weekly Reader, and to the daily story hour in the afternoon. We all sought to avoid the humiliation of having to put our initials on the blackboard for tardiness, but nearby candy stores and the winter's storms soon worked havoc with our unblemished records. Dave Graham, previewing greater things to come, por- trayed King Midas in our assembly, while the rest of the stage was filled by embar- rassed boys dressed as jonquils, daffodils, and other "sweet, spring flowers." Miss Crawford found out, the next year, that our class had added Bill Hoey and Bert Nichols. Madame Warge arrived weekly in addition to our regulars, Mrs. Annin fwhose Friday morning musicales were the thingj and Miss Buffum. Madame insisted we were the best class yet, but we did our best to disprove her. Miss Craw- ford, on the other hand, was the recipient of some certainly unwanted advice: Dave Lownes desired that she have her hair cut. When the majority of the class added their approval, she allowed herself to be per- suaded, much to the general delight. That year Walt Disney readers entertained us, and subtraction tolled the knell for many of us. All in all, the time passed quickly. Although Miss Wilson's years should be remembered for many things - the box for our carefully labeled new fountain pens, the pre-holiday popcorn feasts, and a tour of the State House-only one thing re- mains of paramount importance to us: our production of Robin Hood. Dick Lemon played the title role, with Cannell as Little john, Sargent as Friar Tuck, Graham as the King, and Payan as the rotund Dame Daleg however, only one aspirant, Bert Nichols, could be coerced into playing Maid Marian. Many fist fights were staged to prove and reprove our heroine's masculinityg but in the final presentation, according to all, he Qshej was marvelous. A few weeks after the performance Mrs. Sopkin took a movie of the whole play, and afterwards Mrs. Emery entertained Qand fedj us on a coun- try picnic. At last we found ourselves during our year with Miss Pixley in the longed-for double room. As First Intermediates we immediately raised havoc by tipping over the piano, startling Mrs. Annin. Our sole scholastic achievement was made by Hoey, who composed the saga Murder in the Bath- room, which was promptly banned. With our new member, joe Johnston, we trooped over to Alumni Hall Friday afternoons to hear Dr. Damrosch's program. "Hi" Emery one day told our esteemed teacher that she was silly after she had read us Pigs Is Pigs, and was so excited that he fell out of his l29l chair onto the floor, where he remained for the rest of the day. ive wrote our first Tree Essays and attended our first Father and Son Day banquet. Whenever we became recalcitrant the next year, Miss Chappell would threaten us with the adjacent office of Mr. Thomas. Once a week Miss Eastman came over for our Audubon Club meetings. Graham, in- spired by Miss Chappell's stories about l'ell's grave, wrote a series of stories about his dog Pal. jim Sweet was a newcomer to our theatrical ventures, in which we rein- carnated some well-known Greek gods and goddesses. Our costumes were handmade in rustic shades of crimson and royal blueg our scenery was of Spartan simplicity- inainly because there wasn't any. At the end of the year we journeyed down to Sakonnet to attend another picnic at the Emerys'. Somehow, somewhere the bathing suits were lost, with a result that many had red faces because a lucky few on the porch had bi- noculars. Merle Seidel and Ralph Crosby joined us in time to take part in Miss Davis's Wednesday afternoon delinquent sessions -an all-too-regular feature, with general invitations issued. Mr. Allen introduced us to the perennial "l97 Test," and Mr. Brigham endeavored to teach us the loca- tion of the Hindus River and other lore. On December 8th we assembled earlier than usual in order to hear Mr. Roosevelt's declaration of warg even in our small world we saw Mr. Eves, our geography teacher, called to the colors and soon replaced by Mrs. Herrick. The greater part of our free time was spent in idolizing and idealizing our sports masters - Messrs. McManus, Marker, Isherwood, and Abbot. Deserting athletics only temporarily, we presented a pot-pourri of Americana-the Epaminon- dus story, an account of the composition of the Star Spangled Banner, an excerpt from Penrod with Teddy Joslin acting that hero, and a brief scene commemorating Abraham Lincoln's birthday. We capped our efforts at the end of the year with a huge transpor- tation map. f 30 Our last year in the Lower School found us, including "Mush," thrust into the edu- cational grasp of "Sadie" Herrick. ful am the most beautiful, most musical, most charming woman, aren't I, boys?" she would ask.j A silent partner in our penmanship activities with her was the Caliph of Bag- dad, a peacock pin of gaudy colors. Al- though Mr. Houston was not suffering--at least visibly, we found after Christmas vaca- tion that he had suddenly vanished: in his place as English and History teacher was Mrs. Shawcross. We did all sorts of travel- ing- to Ten Mile River for a fishing trip, to Bob Beede's farm for the day, and to the various parts of Rhode Island. We played Country Day on the Varsity football field. For our last offering we threw together a play dealing with an unruly lad QTed jos- linj who had the history of Canada ground into him by his mother fAdelmanQ and the rest of us. Then the object of our first eight years at Moses Brown was finally at- tained: We were promoted from Lower School and could look forward to being lowly First Formers in the fall. I A faint glint could be seen in 0. J. B. H.'s eyes as he appraised the new group of young hopefuls back in September of '43, for ours was an especially promising group, who had all the inclinations towards bar- barism and bewildering facetiousness that would be our first dubious claim to fame. Forty expendables started the long trek through Upper School days, of whom only twenty, if the fates and Mr. Raines allow, will go on to higher learning at Commence- ment. Mr. Thomas greeted us on our opening day and told us about the system of classes: Mr. Henderson, about the bell system, and Mr. Howe, the demerit system. After the first few humdrum days of getting lost be- tween classes and wandering, meekly, de- spairingly back to Study Hall fif we could find itj were over, Mr. Howe deemed it time to call that all-important first class meeting in Room 8. After the general con- J fusion and chattering of high-pitched voices had subsided C'Bass" Tortolani, please overlook, , and after everyone had run out of extra paper to stuff the ballot boxes, "Galfe" Towle was decisively elected presi- dent, Don "Heave-it" Richards, V-P, Ralph R. Crosby, jr., and Bob "Do-you-know-any- thing-about-sailboats?" Beede, Secretary and Treasurer, respectively. To teach the so-called broadening of the mind, which teachers universally consider their duty, we were fortunate in having such able men to instruct us as "Two-gun" George Mize, who guided us in the develop- ment of a Texas drawlg while Mr. "When- I-was-milkin'-the-cows" Ramsden taught us how to count the number of head of cattle in a herd by logs, Mr. Hutton taught us the best way to blow up the School, and Coach "Football, footballare, footballavi, football- atlas" Waughtel taught us about the world's most perplexing language, Latin. Meanwhile, although greatly befuddled in the classrooms, the boys showed their real talent on the football field, walloping Nathan Bishop three times by scores of 60-0, 49-0, 43-6 for the likej with Towle, Crosby, Bob Joslin, Gene "Speed" Torto- lani and Richards starring. In baseball, however, the results were not quite so one- sidedg for we dropped a couple of thrilling games to such veritable powerhouses as Country Day and St. Dunstan's, with "Mighty George" Nazareth, Sweet, and Ted .Ioslin hustling around the Bumblebees' diamond. On the less exhausting side of school life Adelman, Johnston, Graham and Crosby added their fine alto QPQ voices to jack Mitchel1's Glee Club, while Tortolani played a cop in the joint show with Lincoln, "The Pirates of Penzance." Meanwhile Bill "Dynotherms" Hoey was giving Mr. Her- man competition for the championship of the chess club, along with many other young enthusiasts. The Lower Forms tea dance was an extra- ordinary success, as, of course, it had to be with such great organizers as Nichols and f 31 Beede representing the Form on the com- mittee. Dr. Dorizas paid his annual visit and held us entranced by his size, personality, talk and movies. He has always been a great favorite in the School's history, but our Form seemed to appreciate him even more than others. And so with spring vacation only a memory, and with the discomforts of the hot weather upon us, we looked for- ward to the summer vacation that we - oh, so badly - needed. II School days were here again, but things looked pretty good: we were big shots in the Upper School. The class of '48 knew all there was to know about the place, for this class had a year of experience behind it. After elbowing through the throng at the Desk for our little-used downstairs locker-keys, we older fellows looked over our class. There were seven new faces and a redhead in the shining ranks-namely, Harry Collins, jim Friedrichs, Fran Beckett, Bill Goff, "Ace" Holton, Les Pawson, Nor- man Ox for was it Steere?j , and Charley Gormly. As time wore down the sharp creases of our new clothes, we were in- formed that we would meet our new masters "to obtain assignments and familiarize our- selves with the routine." This blow was softened by having the periods last only five long minutes. Mr. Ramsden guided us in the "If A can paint a house in 5 hours, and B can do the same job in 6 hours, how many babies are born in Siam every minute?" problems. Doc- er-Mr. Fuller thrilled us with the adven- tures of Caesar. Over in the Studio Mr. Howe set us termites loose on the lumber pile, and "'Ruby" Hyndman showed us how to draw Qbut, to our disappointment, with- out live modelsj . .lack Mitchell started with the General Scientists, but at the half year our class was split up between Mr. Mitchell and a new man, Harry Cressman, who seemed to be nice, but we wondered if he could stand the rigors of teaching. The worst that we feared may have come true, l for he did not return the next year. "Evey" Raines took us back to Assurbanipal and Anienhoptep, and showed where Alexander sowed his wild oats. Later in this course Sargent enlightened us on the wonders of the Roman heating system. George E. QTwo- Gun Texasj Mize took over the reins in English. His threats of "Straighten yo cra- vatl", "You better quit ridin' sidesaddle or yo'll never make Red Gulch by sundownl", and "Shoot straight, pardner!" almost kept us rustlers in order. One day he arose and said, "Ah'm goin' to read you a poem about the Alamo. By the way, does anyone here know the name of the despicable, yellow, orn'ry little Texas skunk who deserted the Alamo in the heat of battle?" There was a tempting period of silence, and then the voice of Teddy Joslin giggled forth the fate- ful words "George Mize!" In this same class another "Rough-Rider" claimed, in spite of incriminating evidence, that he, not Mr. White of The Sportsmanls Almanac, had written the theme How to Build a Camphre. The results of the first ballot in the class election were null and void. Why? There were more votes cast than students in the class. After a stirring, threatening speech by Mr. Mitchell, a more favorable vote was had, which gave us President Crosby, Vice- President Sweet, Secretary Nichols, and Treasurer White. Coaches Hutton and Poyton left us another undefeated Middlers season, while other members of our class endeavored to master Mr. Raines' V. "power plays." This latter team again met the East Side Ramblers fall of them not in the service, in their annual game. The Christmas plays saw Graham and Johnston in their first roles: in the spring more of our class entered The Pirates of Penzance. Sometime between these two shows Hoey and Adelman again showed their colors by winning the Time test. All tension about scores was forgotten by the rest of us when we learned that the results would not affect our term grades. Soon f 32 after this test came V. E. Day. The School was in an uproar, why, classes might even be cancelled! Oh, boy, a holiday! We had no such luck, however: and there was still the usual amount of homework. Spring whisked along, leaving an unde- feated junior 'Track Teamg Steere, Graham, Grimes, and Beckett as lettermeng and tired coaches Howe and Griflith. The rest of our Form joined Mr. Hutton's baseball group and Mr. Herman's tennis squad. Before long, Commencement silenced the Bell, and half-dollars were given to the fortunate who returned locker keys. Who knows how many people went downtown and had extra keys made? Ah, yes, it was a good year, but we could hardly wait to claim our new titles as Third Formers. III In the fall of 1945, forty-four old boys and seven new ones trouped expectantly into Study Hall to begin our careers as gen- tlemen on Mr. Henderson's right who could sit back and laugh when those children in the front of the room misbehaved. On the first day we wondered who the newcomers would turn out to be. Soon we learned that they were Ramon Alvarez, who was promptly taken in hand by Mr. Mitchell when he informed us that his father was an orchestra leader and that he could play a trumpetg Ted Clifford, whom we welcomed back, for he had been with us up to the fourth intermediate, Ted Gibson, who told us he was good at everything, and we be- lieved him, Russ Gower, a choir boy who turned out to be pretty good at baseball, football, and politicsg Nate Hale, who spent his first few weeks telling all the younger boys that he was not the same person they had read about in their history books, and Craig Leuthner, who, along with Steve Ryder, set out to make a name for himself in sports. When the smoke had cleared after elec- tions, Ralph Crosby stood out as president, with vice-president Steere, secretary Gormly, and treasurer Nichols behind him. The officers started collecting class dues, but J , even during the last week of School Nichols was seen trying to get in the last few dollars. Our class was well represented on the fall teams. We had five players in the J. V. football squad, but our real pride was the Middlers team, which lost only one game in the whole season. Under the watch- ful eyes of Mr. Herman, Mr. Covell, Mr. Elms, Mr. Griffith, and Mrs. Monahon we soon were caught up in the vicious circle of preparation and recitation. The one really enjoyable class was Mr. GriHith's in English, because one never knew what was going to happen. He ruled his sections of English III with a gavel which started out as a stone, but gradually changed into a block of wood QMr. Griflith gleefully in- formed us that we had now risen out of the Stone Agej , and then into a real gavel that someone had made for him. But civiliza- tion fcll back a step when the head of the gavel came off one day and flew across the room, narrowly missing several of the stu- dents. Next day we were back to the block of wood. We came back from Christmas vacation all set for winter sports, if not for studies. Four Third Formers were on the swimming team, and half the wrestlers were sopho- mores. Captain Crosby led the Middlers basketball Steam to a good showing. All the time we were preparing for the coming spring vacation, in which we were going to do so much, but as usual did so little. Spring came with its fever and baseball. A certain group of Third Formers tried to sabotage the chapel service on several oc- casions by putting paper on the piano strings, but somehow or other the paper always disappeared before the service. By fair means or foul most of us were able to get by until june and then sit and watch those called seniors graduate. For the other Forms School was now over, but the Third Form went to Woods Hole on a holiday trip. We were all set to get plenty of learn- ing knocked into our heads, but Cannell had a run-in with Donald Horton's car and the whole day was spent trying to keep Mrs. Monahon from noticing the bandages. At the end of this trip we parted happily, to wait for the next fall and our year as juniors. IV One September morning Mr. Henderson and Mr. Howe, now Acting Headmaster and Acting Senior Master respectively, in the absence of Mr. Thomas, were startled to see sixty-four scrubbed and polished Fourth Formers parade up to the desk in Study Hall with that eager look on their faces. This eagerness was not for the com- ing year of school work, however, but for the recognition we thought we merited as Fourth Formers, taking our next-to-last step in the pursuit of learning. Of the sixty-four boys, J. Brown, Shaw, Votaw, Barrow, Get- man, Mears, Carpenter, and Pettine were new. By twelve noon that same day all eager- ness had disappeared from our faces after our first classes in French with Mr. Whit- ford, in Chemistry with Mr. Hutton, in Geometry with Mr. Cumming, in European History with Mr. Raines, and in English with Mr. Meserve. At two o'clock that afternoon we had our first practice in a football season in which Cobb, Gibson, Gower, Pettine, Steere, Mar- sello, and Tortolani more than upheld the honor of the Form. Gower gained a berth on the Providence journalis All-State pri- vate school first team, while Pettine and Steere made the second. lncidentally, the season was a success, as the big team emerged with a split in six games: while, on the cross country course Nate Hale repre- sented our Form admirably. Lubrano and Clifford made Moses Brown tennis and the Fourth Form synonymous by capturing both fall tournaments. After Christmas vacation Crosby, Sweet, Gormly, Blake, and Gibson played varsity basketball, while Tortolani, Nazareth, Cobb, and Smart became grapplers. Steere and Leuthner represented the Form on the winter track boards, while Nichols, Shaw, and Seidel were tops on the swimming wi squad. Outstanding sports feat of the win- ter was Steere's shot put victory in the Na- tional A. A. U. meet at Madison Square Garden, New York. The winter also saw Fourth Formers in dramatics, as Barrow, Johnston, Totah, Lubrano, and Graham acted well in the three one-act plays and in "Nothing But the Truth." In another non-athletic event, Adelman and Clifford won Time Current Affairs Test prizes in the absence of Bill Hoey. After a desperately needed spring vaca- tion, Fourth Formers got down to work once more as Friedrichs, Totah, Graham, Berkander, and Clifford gained positions on Mr. Herman's net team. Steere, Gibson, Leuthner, and Smart represented the Form on another excellent spring track team, which won all but one of its dual and triangular meets, and went on to capture the Class B Prep. School crown at Andover. On the diamond Wood, Gower, and Gormly helped a predominantly Fifth Form base- ball team to a good season. Then, as the spring session drew to a close, and the Fifth Formers took their leave of Moses Brown, it suddenly dawned on us that we were the new Fifth Formers, and that the rest of the School was looking to us to carry on the good work of the Class of I9-17. This we solemnly undertook to do. V Chronologically we were Seniors, but after the first few meetings with our teachers we doubted if we would have the brains and courage to evade their pointed barbs for the remainder of the year without sur- rendering our precious seniority. Messrs. Cate, Herman, Hutton, Paxton, and Raines endeavored to set us on the final lap of our road to college with their own stylized aid -one by kidding us into working, one by hurling chalk at our recalcitrant heads, and all by giving us the valued privilege of seeing their faces on Saturday mornings. Although School opened late because of the epidemic of polio, scholastically and ath- letically we were not tardy in getting to work. VVe gave the welcome mat its annual dusting to recognize "Hughie" Burnett Dick Gifford, Ray Mountain, Bob Brown, and Auguste Tiberghien. We dusted it es- pecially hard for Mr. and Mrs. Thomas whose helping hands were quickly made known again and appreciated. 1 1 The fall athletic schedules were not re- duced, and soon we all found our ways to the open fields for cross country and foot- ball and to the courts for tennis. Captain Gower marshalled the football forces, which included Steere, Tortolani, Cobb, Leuthner, Crosby, Berkander, Gifford, Gibson, Beck- ett, and Marsello through a series of "in- teresting" games, climaxed by our defeating Horace Mann in New York. "jake" Lu- brano upheld our prestige by winning the Senior Tennis Tournament, while Hale, Alvarez, Brown, and Mears, spikes notwith- standing, plodded over the entire M. B. Campus for the Cross Country team. Socially our weekends were rugged, but we never found time to hash them over, be- cause "-Iube" interrupted us regularly when we settled down to talk with the big guns in attendance during the fourth and sixth periods. The Alliance Francaise Illet here in Novemberg and for their benefit and edi- fication we presented a play, which no one understood but at which everyone roared heartily, and the refreshments were a big hit. Programs were introduced at our Tea Dances, the first held on November 22 for the Fourth and Fifth Forms. Play tryouts and rehearsals occupied our time from Thanksgiving to Christmas. Naturally we thought they were the best ever presented, for we had contributed Barrow, Totah, Graham, Lubrano, Cobb, Tortolani, and Pinkerson to the ranks of the Thespians. Having tossed Eustacia Vye and her com- panions back into oblivion, we staggered home for the vacation. Before leaving, how- ever, we prevailed on Mr. Henderson to re- incarnate Little Mfilly, his outraged mother, and the cruel Upper School boys. Although the snow covered the lower parts of the building, we were still able to fConcluded on page 745 U41 JW ,,,4u,,l4,,Lz.cA.A44 .1 " as Srwullz Roni: H. li. Bigler, jr., B. A. Randall. j. C, Randall. ll. Cady. Sixth Ruzv: N. B. Shore ll. S. Prendergast. P. H. Guillemette. Fifllz Row: R. M. Beckett, j. A. Kinnilmrgh. R. A. joslin, I". G Towle, 2nd, K. A. Marshall. F. L. Pratt, CI. lf. Swenson. jr. F01lfI'fl1 Roni: A. F. Brunner, M. G. Rosen W. S. llracl-Lett. li. ll. Dillllell. Ill, R. L. Eaton. XV. B. Greenough, lll. N. G. Herreslioll. 'Fhird Row. jamcs H Def Mill l N. D. Allan, jr., H. j. Gourley. Ill. N. A. " Row: R. CI. Bevan, A. C. Crees, S. C. Pierson. Frou! Rmv: D. A. Lownes. R. phreys. Tr1'a.n1r1'r, H. B. N'ood. 1'r1'.rir1z' M. Slattery. No! in l'irturf': H. McCl The , . r. I 1 . , . I. " iams. jr.. R. li. Kellar. I. C, jellers. Sernnr Ryder. ll. P. Brogden, XV.'A. O'Connor, jr..4 R. H. joslin, H. 1. L, Finlayson. XV. P. Considine. jr., l'ifz'-l'r'z'.si1lf'nI, L. Hum- nl K f' Knowles. St"I'l'!'fll7'j', Arnold, jr., R. C. Holden sker, jr., P. VanD. Watjen. 'I'. G. Breslin Fourth Form CLASS OFFICERS HARRY' B. XVoon President Ki-ZNN rfrn C. KNow1,l-is Secretary MR. EFRESHED alter a summer spent at camp, at the seashore, or just around the house, the Fourth Formers, looking a little more dignilied in their new station, gathered in Study Hall late in September. X'Vith newcomers Pierson, Randall, X'Vat- jen, Gourlcy, N. Allan, Slattery, Xllilliams, and N. I-lerresholl, they were ready for an- other year's work-under Messrs. Cumming and Herman in math: Mr. Meserve in Eng- lish, Messrs. Cate, Elms, Mlaughtel, and Whitford in the languages, Messrs. Arm- l XVil.l.lAix1 P. CONSIDINIC, jR. I'ir'z?-Prmidffzzt jonN L. Husn-nRi-ivs Trensu rc r RAINI-is, Faculty Adviser 35 strong and Hutton in Chemistry: and Mr. Raines in history. Belore the year was lar advanced Beckett, Greenough, Knowles, and MeCusker were to stand out as our more regular Honors men. XVhen the "l'orty-niners" were not wrest- ling with the intricacies ol their various subjects, they were distinguishing them- selves in sports. Among those reporting lor foothall were Eaton, who was injured early in the season, Ryder, Marshall, "Mr, Out- side" Considine, Towle, and Bevan. Some Il of the boys who ran the weary run around the cross country course were Captain Harry Wood, Humphreys, Bob Joslin, Bigler, Kel- lar, Pratt, Andrew, Cady, john Randall, and Brackett. Many of '49 were out for the Glee Club, which began right after the opening of School and sang at the Christmas plays and at the vespers before the holidays. The warblers were Bevan, Kinniburgh, Bigler, Wood, -Ioslin, Marshall, Breslin, Brackett, and Ryder. When the first big social event of the year, the tea dance, was just around the corner, blue suits were brushed up and corsages ordered. Considine and Danzell ushered. Also in November, was the Par- ents' Tea, at which Brackett and Wood were ushers. After a month and a half of nearly perfect weather, the snow began to fall, the first in a record-making amount for the season. Hel- mets, shoulder pads, and cross country shorts were discarded for basketball uni- forms, wrestling leggings, bathing suits, and track shorts. Pratt, O'Connor, Kinniburgh, Danzell, Randall, Humphreys, Brackett, Herreshoff, and Manager james reported to Coach Hutton. Down in the basement "bathtub" were Co-captain "Yank" Eaton, Brogden, Cady, and Greenoughg while up- stairs on the grunt-and-groan squad were Towle, Knowles, Joslin, Breslin, and Mar- shall. Outside on the boards, dividing their time between shoveling snow off the track and running, were Harry "The Quaker Quickie" Wood, Arnold, Ryder, Beckett, Bigler, "King Kong" Kellar, Williams, and Andrew. With the holidays approaching, work was started on the Christmas plays, in which Bigler appeared as a Maine farmer in the big city, Wood as a luscious blonde, and Breslin as an equally attractive brunette. Contrary to what the day boys might have K 36 thought, life for "those boarders" wasn't bad. For their special entertainment they had Kellar's set views on life, Bigler's many accents, the jam sessions around Humph- rey's vic, the stampede to the master's room at the cry of "Ice Cream!", the last-minute rush down the long flight of stairs at 7:31, tying ties and buttoning shirts, Wood's un- limited powers of endurance, the peal of the bell at the unearthly hour of seven, and the flickers in Alumni Hall on Friday eve- nings. As the winter term progressed, the boys in the Glee Club began to brush up on their tremolos when it was decided to put on Gil- bert and Sullivan's "Trial by jury." Ralph Bevan got the part of Usher, while Bigler, Ryder, Breslin, Williams, and Marshall strengthened the Jury. Fond Memories Department: Some of the gayer and not-so-gay aspects of the year that will be remembered by Fourth Formers long after they've left these fair groves- Mr. Herman's eloquence, Mr. Meserve's Fri- day Tests, Mr. Elms' patience, Mr. Raines' "writtens" and analyses of the world situa- tion, the mad rush when the demerit list was posted, Mr. Henderson's remarks and immortal tale of "Little Willie" at the first snowfall, the snowball fights on the walk, Kinniburgh's loud sports coats, Bevan's taxi service, the original remarks of Lownes and Herreshoff in English, Coach Waughtel's jokes, and Considine's peppermint-stick shirts. Along in March, when the patches of grass began to show through the snow, the spring spring "forty- equip- shorts, up for boys started sighing and wishing for again. In the two months between vacation and Commencement, the niners" changed from winter sports ment into baseball uniforms, tennis and long spikes, and began to brush final exams, too. Il 1 Sixth Row: R. M. Hurst. R. W. Reynolds, S. Dimmitt, R. Andrew, jr.. j. G. Kinder, W. R. Benford Fifth Row: D. D. Osborn, jr., T. B. Myers, C. R. 0'Connor, XV. B. Wagenknecht, H. M. jelleme, I.. Curtis. I"n1n'!h Row: j. VV. Ferguson. I.. B. Longstaff, jr., M. Fell, jr., H. T. Downey, B. Livingstone, H. 'I'. Freeman. jr.. C. S. Harrington. Third Row: R. A. Matthews, L. K. Wroth. j. F. Kenney, jr., j. A. Graham, jr.. H. N. Rosen, M. B. Messore, jr., Second Rmv: N. A. Fuller, K. G. Milligan, j. L. Gillespie S. C. Mason, R. I.. Conrad. A. O. Saart. jr. Front Ruzu: H. XV. Boynton. Il. P. IJ. Tripp. Trerrsurrr, G. NV. Kelsey, jr.. Prc'sid1'nt, NV. VanN. Xv00LlWlll'tl.. Vicr'-Prffsident, E. M. Mauro. S0f'7'l'f!Il'lV, F. B. Brooks, jr. an No! in j1ir'luw': l'. F. Corcor , H. Stiness. The Third Form CLASS OFFICERS Gt-tours!-1 NV. Krirslir, jk. IVILLIAM VAN N. XVOODNVARD Pmsiderzt Vice-Presiclent EnMuNn M. BIAURO, jk. PHTPZR D. 'TRIPP Serrrta ry Treasurer MR. XVHITIVORD, Faculty Adrfiser N September 29, when School opened for its l29th year, forty-two boys made up the Third Form, the happy medium for those who have been attending the Upper School. The new boys, who rapidly learned about the Demerit System, by observation or otherwise, were Patil Corcoran, jack Cur- tis, "Ernie" Fell, Howard jelleme, "Bruiser" jack Longstalf, "Dick" Matthews, "Mike" Messore, "Lightweight" Keith Milligan, "Ed" Neal, and Harris Rosen. Our only new teacher was "jesse" Barton, who suc- I 37 cessfully held down the English coursei "Al" Cumming and "Babe" Herman drilled us in algebra, while "Dick" Ehns and M. Cate introduced us to the weird pronuncia- tions of French, Spanish and German. "Coach" Xftlaughtel amazed his Latin classes over and over again by quoting Cicero's orations, l'liny's historical notes, etc. Last, but certainly not least, "jubie" Howe taught us how to draw straight lines in the mechanical drawing. His greatest delight was in marking our "7th" plates. l Middlers football attracted most of our athletes. Playing Hrst string were Boynton, Mason, Freeman, Reynolds, Mauro, Mes- sore, and Brooks: while Curtis, Fuller, Hurst, Saart, Monahon, Matthews, and Wroth rounded out the squad. The team suffered a great loss when "Mike" Messore broke his ankle in an early season scrim- mage. Nevertheless, the team had a credit- able season, with some good help from a few Second Formers. The boys were coached by "jim" Bates, accompanied by "jack" Barton, and supervised by Mr. fIf-I-only- had-a-pair-of-suspendersj Hutton. Tennis enticed Benford, Livingstone, Harrington, Rosen, Ferguson, Osborn, and Woodward. A newcomer to the class, Rosen, outlasted Woodward for the Fall junior Tennis Title. Varsity football received the talents of Kelsey, Neal, undernourished Stiness, Rob- inson, and Wagenknecht. Eddie and Bill earned hrst-string positions at the beginning of the yearg however, Bill unfortunately dis- located his elbow in the St. Lawrence game and thereafter was a spectator. Stiness fre- quently amazed his opposition by booming his kick-offs consistently over the five-yard line. Andrew, Conrad, Downey, and Tripp were the only boys of the Form who found joy in chasing their classmates about the endless cross-country course. "Curly" Pete was the only one of the foursome to earn his letter. He probably got most of his practice running after the boys who had "forgotten" to pay their class dues. Among those who tested their ability around the backboards were Messrs. Fell, Kinder, Wroth, "Rod" O'Connor, Mauro, and "Fifteen-points-per-game" Woodward. All but "Specs" Kinder went out for Midd- lers. The remaining led the hoop team to a successful season under the coaching of Mr. Cumming. "Beetleboat" Boynton, long "Bud" Dim- mitt, "Wee Willie" Brooks, "HOV" Freeman, Mason, Corcoran, "Bud" Saart, Curtis, and jovial john Gillespie were forever swim- ming laps in the M.B. bathtub under the coaching of "Uncle Ted" Whitford. f 38 -Ielleme, Robinson, Neal, and Kelsey, the crushers of the class, daily rubbed their noses with the wrestling mats. The only "men" who braved winter's freezing temperatures to run for should we say shovel the track?j were "Bart" Myers, Tripp, and Andrew. Tripp showed up well in the 1000, the others showed promise in the 300. just for variety, one day Kelsey strolled down from the wrestling mats to take a crack at high jumping. "Kangaroo" George did remarkably well, and decided to jump in the next meet, when "Our boy" tied Ken Ries of Hope, one of the best pub- lic school high jumpers, at the height of five feet, ten inches. In the Christmas plays, "Lora" Freeman and "Greg" Gillespie took part in Are We Dressing?, and burglar John Livingstone, along with "Mr. Jefferson P. Saunders" Cur- tis, played in Christmas Trimmings. On the Production Staff were Mason, Andrew, Har- rington, Tripp, and Conrad. Dimmitt, Conrad, Reynolds, Boynton, Saart, and Woodward appeared in the Glee Club. Earlier "jim" Graham, apparently the only Frenchman in the class, performed in A Louer Meublei, produced for the Junior Alliance Francaise. On February 13th fa Friday, tooj sedate Sam Robinson was fortunate enough to sail for Greece with his parents and younger brother. The Time test showed up everybody but "Fire Chief" Milligan and "Herringbone" Harrington. The class prided itself on hav- ing had more boys on the Honor Roll than any other Form, among them O'Connor, Brooks, Livingstone, Kelsey, Mauro, Mat- thews, Rosen, Milligan, Kenney, Longstaff, and Messore. "Brains" Woodward, Wroth, and Freeman made High Honors. When the balmy spring days arrived, we had much to look forward to. "Mike" Dori- zas made his annual visit. The All-Form tea dance came along. Spring brought base- ball, track, tennis-and those final exams. But before we knew it, Father and Son Day was upon us and finally the graduation exercises. l 1 i T V. E 2 Lust Rnzv: T. R. Lonttit. jr.. D. G. .-Xrnibrnst, D. P. Chirnside. R. V. Davis. jr., H. I.. Triedman. l. In Kern, jr.. H. R. Merriman. jr., I.. B. Platt. lwflh Row: H. I.. Henesboll, H. la. Harrall, I.. ll. llerr, ll. Ilalbec. R. li. Nlnlln-rn, H. .-X. Stark. S. Huntoon. I"uurIll lime: R. NV. jones, R. XV. Alilborg. XV. lklacllonald, jr.. -I. D. Bagnall, lf. N. S. Goodricli. J. R. lVliite, N. Nazareth. Tllirrl Row: D. H. Rice. Ill. 'l'. Al. Krolicki, lf. H. Barrows. flrd, R. lf. Nonrie, Ii. Y. l-Ilsbree. 2nd, G. WV. Hamilton. R. Morley. Serum! Roux' xl. W. H. llorniack. .L K. Brown. -Ir.. -I. P. Scott, A. W. Halladay, W. ul. Pearce, ll. dc0. Galely. XV. B. Nlclnnes. Frou! Rnzr: A. KZ. Nlilot, C. C. lllgflllllllll, Tr1'as1n'1'r, P. C. 'IQHUIIIIDSOIL Sf'f'relury, G, M. Parks, I'w'.vi11w1l, W. R. Brogden, I'ir'1'-I'r1f.virlf'nI, NI. Nl. Cassidy. ml. R. Simpson. The Second Form CLASS OFFICERS Gicoiusic M. Pfxiuts XVILLIAM R. Bkorzmcm Prcsi 11 rn! I 'ice-I'r'c.91'zl en t l'lc'1'icR CI. 'l'noMvsoN CllRlS'l'Ol'lllCR C. INGRAHAM Srrretary Trea.mrer MR. FllI.l.I?IR, Farzzlly Adviser S the I9-17 football season got under way, eleven Second Formers made their daily appearance on the lower field to light lor berths on the first-string Middlers teani. ln the Iirst game lour inade the grade: "Buzz" Halladay combined speed and beadwork as quarterbackg Gene Elsbree began the season by turning in a good per- formance at eenterg "Skinny" Gately was solid in the left-guard slotg and Kit Ingra- l1a1n snared the pigskin and took off for gains at right end. Those who gave capable assistance on the second string were V1lll0I1lP- l 39 son, Milot, "Chip" Parks, "Brownie" Brown, Nourie, Hamilton, "Happy" Merri- man, and Barrows. On the Bumblebee squad lvlulhern as half-back and Dalbec as tackle were outstanding. On the NI. V.'s those too heavy for the Middlers were Pearce, Ahlborg, Krolicki, and Chirnside. ln non-athletic activities we contributed from our store of talent. Parks and Thomp- son represented us on the Student Activi- ties Connnitteeg "Fat" Triedman served on the Delphian Boardg Nourie, Pearce, Scott, and Gately supported the Glee Club, while I Drummer Halladay made plenty of noise in the Orchestra. To the Chess Club we sent Cassidy, Parks, and Gately. We extended the Honor Roll by adding to it "Chick" Herreshoff, "Pete" Thompson, "Sky" Hun- toon, "Fuzzy" Elsbree, Parks, and Barrows. All of us recruited as our special friends "Pop" Haskell, "Phil" the cop, and john, the School's excellent baker. In our courses we enjoyed a variety of instructors. "Hot Lips" Whitford, with his dramatic impersonations, put over Julius Caesar in one section of English Il. "Doc" Fuller did his best to make Latin penetrate our headsg it was a tough job. "Shorty" Stout had a real job trying to teach us that dear subject algebra. "Waddles" Kennedy tried his hardest to make us learn about ancient times. Last on our famous roll of teachers was "Army," the mad scientist, Armstrong. During our written tests, he was always blowing us or fumigating us out of the room with one of his experiments. ln the Christmas plays Nourie, Cassidy, and Barrows were our representatives in the casts, and Huntoon, Scott, and Brogden as- sisted on the Production Staff. Blaise Platt starred for us during the Intermission with his violin. I Winter sports called out and got impor- tant support from our ranks. Elsbree played lirst-string Middlers basketball, with Ahl- borg and Krolicki on the second string. Parks, Brogden, Mulhern, Barrows, Simp- son, and Mclnnes were reserves. Ingraham, Morley, and Harrall rounded out the swim- ming squad and splashed with the best of them. Halladay was a regular on the wrest- ling squad, with Hamilton and Nazareth as alternate contenders in the 120-pound class. Nourie and Scott, in the 40-yard dash and 45-yard hurdles respectively, made the var- sity track team. Elsbree and Milot on the Dance Com- mittee did their part in engineering two good Tea Dances. Parks, Elsbree, Scott, Brown, and Pearce were ushers. As we approach the spring, many of us are looking forward to positions on the base- ball and track teams. Thompson and Ahl- borg, pitchers, Brown, first base, Parks, sec- ond, Nazareth, third, Mulhern, shortstop, and Ingraham, Barrows, and Merriman as Hy chasers in the outfield look like a Midd- lers line-up. Nourie, Halladay, Scott, and Bagnall will be our contributions to track. 401 av..- 3 9 Fifll: Row: H. F. Anthony, 2nd, R. Mirando. NV. L. Mossop, E. C. White, R. M. Scorpio, XV. C. Waring, flrd. Fuurllz Rrmi: li. P. Perkins. I. H. 'l'ucke1'. F. C. Noyes, jr., R. DeW. Xvorrell, Ii. E. lfachcm. N. M. Field. jr. Third Roni: S. R. Howe, jr.. IJ. C. Boynton, j. H. -letters, A. R. Fogg, R. L. Mastro, W. M. Huplel. jr.. D. C. Tracy. Semml Row: R. S. Boynton. D, C. Douglas. tl. C. Gardiner. 3rd. E. A. Uppenheilner, S. B. Kay. D. A. Reichenberg, R. E. Pickles. Ifrout Row: I.. S. Gertsacov, P. H. Shattuck. 'l'rr'asurr'r. H. S. Rowland. Ill. l'rc'.vir1eul, R. 'l'. Weeks, Sf'1'rr'I11ry, G. A. Gage. I'i1'c'-I'rf'sidr11l, G. Gale, Ill. Nu! in fliflllflff R. K. Brogden, H. Collins, R. S. XValker, AI. C. Quinn. The First Form cnxss orrieeas ' Hi-:Nav S. Rowi.,xNn, Ill CARDNIQR A. Cmnt 1'r11sir1fJr1t Vice-Prffsident RANDALL T. XVICICKS l'lC'l'l-IR H. SnA'r'rueK Sfrrftzzry Trwisizrer MR. Howii, Faculty Atlwixm' N a bright September day, thirty-six "fellas" found themselves seated in a strange and rather awesome place known as Study Hall. Sitting there amongst the bustle of the Upper Formers, we were all inclined to think of this place a branch ol' Moses Brown entirely different from what we had ever seen before. To our class this year were added David Douglas, our demerit champion: Dick Mastro, an addi- tion to the basketball teamg Ray Pickles, an enthusiastic swinnner: Dennis "Blinky" i 41 Reichenberg, an expert coin collector: and johnny Quinn, one ol' the smallest swim- mers Moses Brown has ever had. Randy Weeks had returned to our class to take part in numerous activities. Meeting new masters and old friends front last year, we soon overcame our initial insecurity and began to enjoy the novel Hve-minute periods and the idea of sitting in one room with about 200 other fellows. By the end of the opening week most of us had fallen into the swing ol' things and had l gotten ourselves settled for another year at School. Among our many new teachers were "Herr" Barton, familiarly known as Jesse James, who amused us with his lectures on how "Snoggle" gear affects geography, Mrs. Paxton, with her favorite expression, "And a ghastly silence followed," Leo fthe lion-heartedj Stout, who still insists that 2 -1- 2 is not 5, and, last of all, our good Friend "Doc" Fuller, who helped us "dumb bunnies" interpret the "dead language." In studio we had the happy-go-lucky Mr. Cole, who hands out demerits, "double or noth- ing," and "Jubie" Howe, our instructor in the quickest way to cut one's fingers with the bandsaw. The First Form Corridor began its ups and downs under the supervision of Messrs. Cole and Fuller. In addition to such old- timers as ex-Belmonters Harvey Collins, Steve Howe, Gardner Gage, Earl Perkins, Kirk Brogden, and Ernie Oppenheimer there were hve new boys to swell the corri- dor group. "Zeph" Gale joined us for a time, and later Henry Rowland brought new blood Qliterallylj to the famed cor- ridor. Football practice started within a week after the opening of School, with twenty- four First Formers to greet the season. Under the firm Qsome consider the adjective hrm too mildj hand-and-foot of Don Creamer and Art Dwyer, the team rounded into shape. The first-string backfield in- cluded Nickie Noyes, Shorty White, and Ralph Scorpio. Nickie and Shorty managed to keep things lively, not only for the op- posing teams in games, but for Coach Creamer. Scorpio's drive and line plunges pulled the team out of many a hole. On the line Noel Field, who played tackle, starred. Hank Anthony, Richy Worrell, Gardner Gage, and Henry Rowland did some memorable work, and John Jeffers made an excellent tackle on this year's Bum- blebee squad. At the end of the first marking period the class was well represented on the Honor Roll, with Noel Field taking High Honors. The Boynton twins, Hupfel, Jeffers, Gar- diner, Howe, Oppenheimer, Shattuck, and Worrell made Honors either then or at subsequent periods. On that other list we also made our mark! The Christmas plays found us active, with Gardiner, a lush creature in evening gown: Rowland, a Southern Mammyg Mos- sop, playing himselfg and Jeffers, carrying the female lead in "The Flower Shop" with understanding and distinction. Kirk Brog- den served as a member of the stage crew. During the winter sport season our class has been active in wrestling, junior track, and basketball. Anthony, Noyes, Walker, Worrell, Quinn, and Shorty White were all ambitious Waders in the Moses Brown "Bathtub", while Oppenheimer figured out diving scores, and Tucker carried towels. Hank Anthony captained the Junior Swim- ming Team, and Noel Field became a diver on the varsity. Members of the First Form thoroughly enjoyed two tea dances. In Time's annual Current Affairs Test, that super-speller, Peter Shattuck, won the highest score in the Form and placed third in the School. We were sorry that illness kept Harvey Collins and Kirk Brodgen absent for so many weeks. Now that the snow is gone and spring vacation is behind us, the First Form will devote itself to various spring sports, with heavy emphasis on baseball. We cannot truly say that we shall be sorry to leave School for the summer, nevertheless, many of us will look back upon this past year with a tinge of longing. 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I,cullmcr. ll. K. Pllfllll. R. I.. l'.1ll0Il. Sruuu linux' Al. Il. Alulmslun, jr., R. C. Gower, 'II K. Gibson, D. G. Luhrzlno. B. M. Gclnmn. jr. Fran! Rm: Fricdriclls, N. M. Sll'L'I'L'. R. R. Klrmlxy, N. NI. rlqiblllh. li. I". 'l'meloI:mi. Noi in jairllzrwf li. I Llllfunl, Tllirrl Ruzzu' G. Kimlcr. F. B. Brooks. S. C. Mason. Swunrl Row: R. DCXV. XYorrcll, S. IL Kzlx .X. C. Milol. IC. V. lilshrcc, 21111. lfrfmi Row: I. K. Pznznl, 'IQ K. Gibson, NI. Wood. lr., li. lf. 'l'm'lnl:uu Nui in fairlllrrz' H. Mciimkcr, li. S. llolmhh, jr. f . Dance Committee H53 , Ifmlrlll Iluzw: XY. S. Ilrzulwll. IT. YHIIN. Wumlwzml. R. KI. III-mu. S. Dimmill, R. .xIXlll'1'l, ' R R ' Ir ' ' ' VII II I IIISILI In W R I". N1lllI'Il', .'IlI'tIlIIfHllII.Yf, IX. W. AIIIIIIZIIIZII, IJVIIIIIX. . . Lrm 3. Ir., NI. Howl, Ix. IIIIRIII. 'I'hir1l lfrmn' R. Su . I I. Ic':n'u'. .X. 0. SIILIFI, II. IV. IIUXIIIOII, III. R. I. Wcvks. N. Nil!! " . ' I. Glee Club . C. 'H -. .. '. 'A. I " . . l ' . A mth I I hun -Il II ILO 4-:mlm-lx, H. II. Rymlcr, N. NI. IIIIIIIIII, Il. l'. Iimgmlcn, R. I.. Cmxrzul, .Swurul Ifozv: II. Ilcfl. IViIIi:llns. INI. M. Iiznwimly. QI. W. Ifcrg'llsun. R. W. Rc-ynnlds. W, R. IIcnI'm'mI. Ir.. N. NI. Slccw, I. I.. II. IIILIII. K. .X. I XI'II'NII'III R XI IIcckcll I-' I Il"Ill R I' Vmux Y IIlI1 'II C' Bl lm ' ' ' . . . . .. . . . .. . . . .. - .. 1 '. . .. ar' v. Ia. I'. lhorlnlzmi. l'II'UIIflfIl1l'f IV. NY. I'c'llIIl0. II. II. Woml. R. I". Nnuriv. NIV. I"ullcl'. .Ir'r'mujmni.vl. Mr. KCIIIICIII. Dil'1'r'Im'. nm-mlx. lJn'r'rlu', .... " A , . .. . 1 'Q - .XIIIHIIIIIIQI R. I. Works, II. I.. IIIICIIIIIQIII, II. S. Rofkwoml, R. X. Nlzllllxcwu. R. .IIX'1ll'l'l. Ml. ' r N XI IUIIII I I I4 l'IIll X IIIIL II C Iulnum R I IL V171 , . L. , '1 . . . llr1"w, jr. IRIUIII limp: Qrchestrcr The Moses Brown Proscenium Club presents THREE ONE-ACT PLAYS THE FLORIST SHOP by Winifred Hawkridge Maude . ......... John H. Jeffers Henry . ....... W. Lincoln Mossop, Jr. Slovsky . . . . Nabil M. Totah Miss Wells . Mr. jackson Homer A ndrews. Lora Andrews Fred Andrews Polly Andrews Greg Millard ,loan Millard Ivan Konrad Felicia . . . . . . . . . Thomas C. Barrow . . . . . . . . Richard F. Nourie ARE WE DRESSING? by Don Pierre . . . . . . . . David G. Lubrano . . . . . . . Hovey T. Freeman, Jr. . . David Graham . . Harry B. Wood . John L. Gillespie . Edward S. Cobb, Jr. . . . . . Eugene F. Tortolani . . . . . . . Henry S. Rowland, III CHRISTMAS TRIMINIIINGS by Marguerite Kreger Phillips First B urglar Second B urglar . Uncle joe Bickford . Aunt Kate Bickford . Mrs. jefferson P. Saunders . Mr. jefferson P. Ethel Saunders jeppy Saunders Deborah Mosely . Barbara Shields Saunders . . . . . . . . John B. Livingstone Alan L. Pinkerson . Harold E. Bigler, Jr. . George M. Parks . VVilliam J. Pearce . . Jack L. Curtis . Thomas G. Breslin . Fred H. Barrows, Ill Martin M. Cassidy . . . . . . . . Charles C. Gardiner THE MOSES BROWN GLEE CLUB MR. W. JAY KENNEDY, Director MR. FRANK E. FULLER, Accompanist BLAISE PLATT, Violinist PRODUCTION STAFF Miss FLORENCE H. SLACK, Director DAVID GRAHAM, President of the Proscenium Club Business Manager .......... Joseph K. Payan Assisted by H. C. Blake, Jr., A. C. Crees, R. C. Gower, Huntoon, R. H. Kimball, K. G. Knowles, R. A. Marsello, S. C. Mason, H. McCusker, Jr., J. P. Scott, J. C. Quinn Stage Manager ............ Robert L. Smart Assisted by R. Andrew, Jr., J. XV. Ferguson, C. S. Harrington, A. E. Nichols, S. C. Ryder, N. M. Steere, M. Thompson, Jr., P. J. Tripp Properties ............. G. Merle Seidel Assisted by M. Adelman, Jr., N. D. Allan, Jr., D. P. Brogden, R. K. Brogden, W. R. Brogden, M. A. Holton, Friedrichs Lighting ............ Leslie R. Pawson Assisted by Robert L. Conrad and William F. Hoey, III Publicity .... ' ........ Robert W. Jones ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Faculty: Miss Elsie E. Chappell, Messrs. Arthur W. Cate, Leo H. Cole, F. NVarren Howe, Jr., and Basil G. 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Towle. 2nd. lfrmzl Ifozu: .L W. llllllllllllf. R. l.. Smart. .Yol in lIil'l1ll'l'f A. C. Crees. F. B. Sargent. Alr. Champions in Fail and Winter Sports TENNIS The Full 'Fournannent Novice Cup for Tennis flltlllflfflf by ,'lHll'I'f Horton, 3rd, Clflss of 1929i ljllViCl Gordon l.uhruno ......... Senior 'Fournznnent Harris Nztlnnn Rosen. . . . . .Iunior Tonrnznnent TRACK A.-KU Meet Held in Madison Square Carden, New York, on Fehrnztry 21 Norman Mowry Steere . National Prepzrrzltory School Chznnpion in I2-pound Shot Put Distance: 52' IW" Hurry Brown XVood ........ 'l'hird Place in 880-yzlrd Run New England l'relmurz1tory School Truck .Xssocizttion Meet Held at .-Xndovcr on March 25 Norman Mowry Steere ...... First Place in I2-pound Shot Put Distance: 51' SW" Hurry Brown XVood ...... . First Place in l00ll-yzml Run Time: 2 minutes. 27.3 seconds Circ-alter Boston lnterscholztstics Held at Boston Garden, Boston, on March ti Norman Mowry Steere ...... First Place in I2-pound Shot Put Distance: 50' IKM" XVRESTLINC Rhode Island State Chznnpionships Held at Hope High School on March 6 Frederick Gerrish Towle, 2nd .,.... Chznnpion in llnlilnited Class i591 LINCOLN SCHOOL AND Moses BROWN SCHOOL present An Evening of Gilbert and Sullivan Beneht of American Friends' Service Committee-for European Relief C O N C E R T I. Hail Poetry! .... ..... . Pirates of Penzance Combined Clubs 2. a. "Come a train of little ladies" ...... The Mikado b. "Three little maids from school" c. "But please you, sir" Lincoln Glee Club and Chorus Soloists-.Cynthia Hardy, Joyce Milliken, Judith L. Macalister 3. "The sun, whose rays are all ablaze" . . ......... The Mikado Soloist-Elaine D. Ball 4. "With catlike tread" ......... . Pirates of Penzance Moses Brown Glee Club 5. a. "After sailing to this island" ......... . The Gondoliers Lincoln Glee Club and Chorus Soloists-Jane Williams, Susan Winslow b. Madrigal .......... . Ruddigore Lincoln Chorus 6. a. "I hear the soft note" . .... . Patienre b. "Let's give three cheers" . ..... . Pinafare Angelina . judge . Usher . Counsel .... Defendant .... BRIDESMAIDS Rebecca B. Anderson Barbara L. Brownlow Janet M. Butler June E. Cates Eleanor Cranshaw Judith Eastwood Gretchen Elliott Katharine G. Fansler Nancy Lou Noyes Judith J. Rice Joan K. Rothman Betty Ann Wood Production Director . . . Lincoln Glee Club Director . . Moses Brown Glee Club Director . Aceompanist, Moses Brown Glee Club Lincoln Glee Club President . Lincoln Chorus President . . . Moses Brown Glee Club President . Stage . Business Costumes . Lighting . Make-up . Stage . Business Costumes . . . April 7, 8, and 9, 1948 . Combined Clubs TRIAL BY JURY MEMBERS OF JURY Harold Bigler Thomas Breslin Jack Curtis Barry Gately Russell Gower Nathan Hale Stephen Ryder Norman Steere Eugene Tortolani Nabil Totah Harding Williams John Wood SCENE-A Court of Justice . . Ann E. Pickles and Marcia Irving Joseph Payan and Jack Curtis Ralph Bevan and Nabil Totah Ralph Crosby and John Wood . . Ramon Alvarez and Norman Steere SPECTATO RS Natalie R. Austin Dianne Butterfield Elizabeth Cushman Anne C. Flemming Margaret J. Moore Julia Ann Paxton Celia P. Slade Barbara G. Wilson Kenneth Marshall Richard Nourie William Pearce Parker Scott William Woodward . Mrs. L. Ralston Thomas Mrs. Robert Edwards Annin Mr. W. Jay Kennedy Mr. Frank E. Fuller STUDENT MANAGERS . . . . Cynthia Hardy . .... Elizabeth Morse . . . . . . Norman Steere . . . Deborah Slade, Robert Smart . Nancy H. Oppy, Joseph Johnston, Joseph Payan ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Anne B. Lapham . Lucienne l. Brunschwig, Leslie Pawson . . . . . . Kristin Fletcher . . . . Miss Louise E. Muscente, Mr. F. Warren Howe, Jr. . . . . Miss Gabrielle L. Beausoleil, Mr. Arthur W. Cate . Miss Elsie E. Chappell, Miss Louise E. Muscente rm ' . . . Lincoln School Gymnasium ,? 'gf X ...- f f f' L, Nw 2' X TR NPI? 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Nov. 4 11 18 1 8 I5 16 21 31 5 19 25 1 24 31 4 7 13 18 21 28 1 -1 13 Athletics Records FALL VARSITY FOOTBALL M12 opp. Huntington School 0 20 Lawrence Academy 0 27 Tabor Academy 0 41 Governor hummer Academy 7 13 Thayer Academy 0 13 Horace Mann School 12 6 MIDDLERS FOOTBALL North Attleboro Junior High 32 0 Seekonk junior High School 7 6 Providence Country Day School 14 0 St. Dunstan's School 20 6 Providence Country Day School 6 7 Seekonk junior High School 7 6 BUMBLEBEES FOOTBALL Attleboro junior High School 7 13 Barrington junior High School 0 12 North Attleboro junior High 0 6 Nathan Bishop Junior High 6 6 Barrington junior High School 7 0 CROSS COUNTRY Columbus Day Meet Eighth Place Mt. Pleasant High School and 55 23 Cranston High School 54 East Providence High School 42 19 Carnival at East Providence Fourth Place N. E. Prep School Meet, Mt. Hermon, Massachusetts Sixth Place Hope High School and 44 25 Central High School 79 Pawtucket East High School 39 21 1 68 Dec. jan. Feb. Mar jan. Feb. Mar. Feb. jan. Feb. Mar 1 5,6 for 1947-1948 WINTER VARSITY BASKETBALL M.1z. opp Classical High Scllool 30 41 Mt. Pleasant High School 34 56 Thayer Academy 28 -I7 Tabor Academy 31 -19 St. Georges School 31 28 Portsmouth Priory School 26 33 Providence Country Day School 42 -1-1 Portsmouth Priory School 38 46 St. Andrew's School 51 29 R. I. State Extension 40 38 St. Andrew's School 44 29 R. 1. State Extension 51 31 MIDDLERS BASKETISALL Thayer Academy 30 26 Portsmouth Priory School 52 23 Mt. Pleasant High School 23 20 Portsmouth Priory School 35 22 Mt. Pleasant High School 30 40 Mt. Pleasant High School 27 31 St. Dunstan's School 21 1-1 St. Dunstan's School 41 36 JAYVEE BASKETBALL Portsmouth Priory School 16 25 Providence Country Day School 25 24 WVRESTLING East Providence High School 13 17 Central High School 15 20 Roxbury Latin School 21 16 Tabor Academy 13 16 Attleboro High School 37 7 Cranston High School 27 12 Hope High School ll 19 Providence Country Day School 21 11 State Championships Second Place Athletics Records jan. 17 24 29 Feb. 4 7 1 l 14 28 Mar. 2 6 13 Feb. 19 Mar. 18 jan. 27 31 Feb. 7 ll 21 25 28 Mar. 3 6 20 Apr. I4 17 21 24 28 WINTER SWVIMMING M.B. opp. Dean Academy and Junior College 37 29 Worcester Academy 23 43 Pawtucket West High School 24 42 Pawtucket East High School 24 42 St. Georges School 23 43 La Salle Academy 37 29 M. I. T. Freshmen 35 30 Trinity Invitation Inter- scholastics Eighth Place Brown University Freshmen 27 39 Brown University Inter- scholastics Fourteenth Place N. E. Interscholastics, Amherst Seventh Place JUNIOR SWIMMING Pawtucket Boys' Club juniors 28 28 Pawtucket Boys' Club Juniors 32 24 TRACK East Providence High School 38 25 Tabor Academy 29 34 Barrington High School 41 22 Cranston High School 43 20 National Prep Championships Third Place Hope High School SOMZ 325 Harvard Freshmen, La Salle Academy N. E. Prep Schools Meet Greater Boston Interscholastics Fifth Place Brown University Inter- scholastics Fourth Place Third Place Third Place SPRING VARSITY BASEBALL M.B. Opp. Pawtucket East High School Rain Kingswood School 2 8 Pawtucket West High School 2 9 Thayer Academy 0 8 Tabor Academy May Apr. May Apr. May Apr. May Apr. May l59l for 1947-1948 SPRING vARs1'rv BASEBALL qconcy - M.B Roxbury Latin School Providence Country Day School Tabor Academy Hope High School North Attleboro High School Huntington School Portsmouth Priory School Dean Academy Lawrence Academy MIDDLERS BASEBALL Providence Country Day School 5 St. Andrew's School Providence Country Day School Seekouk junior High School St. Dunstan's School Portsmouth Priory School BUMBLEBEES BASEBALL VARSITY TRACK Opp. 4 Interclass Meet, Won by Class of 1949 Mt. Pleasant High School and 70 Cranston High School Hope High School 52 Milton Academy Worcester Academy N. E. Prep School Championships M. I. T. Freshmen Brown University Interscholastics MIDDLERS TRACK E. Providence Central j. H. S. Seekonk junior High School Aldrich junior High School junior Track Association Meet TENNIS Thayer Academy 4 Providence Country Day School B. M. C. Durfee High School Huntington School Portsmouth Priory School Tabor Academy Lawrence Academy 5225 3354 74 5 F. H. Bl'1CKE'l'T,JR., Swimming V Wecfrers of the MB. THE BLUE M.B. Football, Baseball, Spring Track, and Tennis I. j. ARNOI.n. jR., Track III F. H. BEcKE1'r, JR., Football V E. E. BERRANDIZR, JR., Tennis IVg Football V E. S. COBB, Football IV, Vg Baseball IV W. P. CONSIDINE, JR., Football IV R. R. CROSBY, JR., Football V E.. B. DANzF.l.I., llI, Baseball III R. L. EATON. Track III,- Football IV j. j. FRIEDRICHS, Tennis IV . K. GIBSON, Track IV5 Football IV, V R. A. GIFFORII, Football V C. S. GORMLY, Baseball IV, Football V R .I. . C. GOWRR, Baseball III, Football III, l'. j. CRlMrts, JR., Track IV W. C. LIQUTIINILR, Football I' R. A. MARsIa1.I.O, Football V 'Special Award I V. V K. A. MARSHALL, Football III, IV E. A. NEAL, JR., Football III W. W. PETTINE, Football IV, V S. S. ROBINSON, Football III S. C. RYDER, Football IV N. B. SHORE, Tennis IV N. M. STI-ZERE, Track II, III, IVg Football IV I ll. H. STINFSS, Football III tl. Y. SWEET, Football V M. VIIIIOMPSON, JR., Tennis IV E. F. 'I'oRTOI.AN1, Football II', V N. M. TOTAH, Tennis IV F. G. TOWLR, 2Nn, Baseball III, Football II III II Wrestling III' W. B. WAGENRNIQCIIT, Football III H. B. WOOD, Track III THE WHITE M.B. Basketball, Cross Country, Swimming, Winter Track, and Wrestling R. C. BEVAN, JR., Wrestling III H. W. BOYNTON, Il, Swimming III .G. BRIESLIN, Wrestling III D. l'. BROGOEN, Swimming IV F. B. BROOKS, JR.. Swimming II, III j. L. BROWN, Cross Country V R. G. BROWN, Swimming V R. R. CROSBY, JR., Basketball IV, V E. B. DANzIeI.L, III, Basketball III, IV S. DIMMITT, Swimming III R. L. EATON, Swinuning III. IV R. A. GIFFORII, Wrestling V C. S. GORMLY, Basketball V N. HALE, Cross Country V A. W. HALL.xnM', Wrestling Il j. I... HliNIl'lIRE!'S, Cross Country IV N. A. JAMES, Basketball IV R. A. jOsl.IN, Wrestling II, III, IV R. KILLLAR. Cross Country IV G. W. Kl'1l.SI'1Y, JR., I'I'I'lf.YllI7Ig III T H. F. ANTHONY, 2Nn, Swimming I' I-'. H. BI:c:RI-:'I'I', JR., Track II R. M. BI-:c:RIaT'I', Track II . G. BRIcsI.IN, Track II D. P. BROGDEN, Football III F. B. BROOKS, JR., Track I, Football II W. P. CONSIDINI5, JR., Football Ill R. R. CROSBY, jk., Football II j. L. Gllusrxn, Football II C. S. GORMLY, Football II D. GRAHAM, Track Il l'. j. CRIMES, JR., Track III 'Special Award R. H. KIMRALI., Track V J. A. KINNIBURGII, Basketball III, II K. C. KNow1.Es, Wrestling II, III, IV W. C. LFUTHNFR, Track V K. G. A. A. MARSIlAI.I., Wrestling III, IV R. NAZARETII, Wrestling III, V E. NICHOLS, Swimming III, IV, V W. A. O'CfDNNKJR, JR., Basketball IV ji. I- . B. S. G. N. K. PAYAN, Wrestling V L. PRATT, Cross Country III, IV: Basketball III Il A. RANOALL, Swimming III, IV C. RYDRR, Track IV M. Srzmm., Swimming V M. S'l'lCliRIi, Track IV, V j. Y. Swriitr, Basketball V N. M. TOTAII, Track V F. C. '1'0WLE, ll. Wrestling IV H. M. 'I'RlElJMAN, Cross Country V P. D. 'I'Rll'l', Cross Coutntry III: Track III H. B. WOOD, Cross Country III, IV, Track IV J. M. VVOOD. -IR., Basketball IV THE MINOR M.B. Cliamjiion Micldlcrs Teams j. R R. K. K. S. E. L. HuMI'IIRI1:vs, Track II . A. JOSLIN, Football II H. jOsl.IN, Football III G. KNOWLES, Football III A. MARSliAl.L, Track II C. MASON, Football II M. MAURO, JR., Football II H. MCCUSRRR, JR., Football III T. B. MYERS, Track I, Football II W. A. O'CONNOR, JR., Football III S. E. S. ROBINSON, Football II F. VFORTOLANI, Football ll H. B. WOOD, Track Il E703 The Moses Brown School Chofgoter 1930 Fifth Form SILAS R. ANTHONY HI1RIII:RT I.. DORRANCR, JR. JOIIN M. GROSS BANCROI-'T LIT'rl.I'FII-iI.D JOHN A. IWARIJIN 1931 Fifth Form RICHARD B. BAKER NORMAN B. IYODGIE Fourth Form RICHARD C. SCOTT 1932 Fifth Form FRANCIS B. KRIANEY, JR. RICHARD V. MIQLVILLIL AI.m:RI' L. SCOTT, JR. Fourth Form RICIIARD V. CHASE, JR. I..-XNGAN W. SwENT 1933 Fifth Form .'xl.FRl-il! R. STOKES SA MUI-il. H. WV.-XUGHTFL, JR. Fourth Form DAIac:I-"I"I' H. HOWARD ROIIRRT L. SCOTT I-ZDIVARD A. hVHl'1"I'AKIiR 193-1 Fifth Form DONALD P. LIND SAMIII-LI. I.. XVAGNER RAND.-XI.l. H. YOIINI: Fourth Form IRYINC H. CHASE 1935 Fifth Form CLARENCE E. BOSTON, JR. DANTI: CAM 1'AGNA-l'1N'l'O PIIILII' A. HAR'l'l.l1Y, 2ND CHARLI-is H. PALIsILtR"' LIQROY A. SCIIRI-IIBER' Fourth Form FYIIOMAS E. STDERR, JR. 1936 Fifth Form CIIARLI-:S J. Fox ROIH':R'I' H. STANLEY Fourth Form JOIIN W. STEERE EARL C. 'IYANNIQR CH.-xRI.I1s H. XVEISKICR 1937 Fifth Form ROIII-iR'I' S. INCRAAI RICHARD F. S'l'A1'I.lfS " Deceased In rvrognitirm of lII!'7'ii0l'i01l.Y atlainmrnts 'lf' J . ... CUM' . ' D I 5 T1 Fourth Form JOHN IE. CLARK RALPH H. KIIENEY ROIII-iR'r P. I.A'1'lIR0l' CARIIQR P.-Kl.MIiR' ANDR1-ZW H. SKINNIZR. JR. '1'IH-1ODORIc F. VIYUCKICR 1938 Fifth Form IEDMUND F. ARAISTRONC FRANIIIS I.. FOSTIQR, JR. fQlCOR!lli C. T HOAIPSON GIQORCIAL R. URQI1 HART, JR. Fourth Form HARRY I.. HAI.I.IWIil.I. HI-'NRX'ff.I.1NIl 1939 Fifth Form 'IQRISTRAM P. COFFIN MANIII11. KANIQ Fourth Form WILLIAAI I.. HIQDCRS AI.1.liN NICCONNl:1l.L S.-xMIH':I. C. PARSONS 1940 Fifth Form GIQRALD IWYICRS Fourth Form FRIQDIQRIC W. EASTON, FIRD EDGAR B. Pl11I.l.lPS, 2ND JOIIN D. WVICKS, JR. 1941 Fifth Form RICHARD G. BATIQSON ALLRN F. DAY JOHN R. EAVILS FRANK H. HORTON Fourth Form DAVID L. EMI-ZRSON N. VAN S. IWIIMFORD, JR. HOWARD S. YOUNG, JR.' U11 1942 Fifth Form JAMES P. ELDIER ARIIOT Fl.Ii'l'CH1-IR JOHN M. MII.LIcR" RICHARD H. W IQIISTIHR Fourth Form RORIQRT W. BOOLI: GARDNER JACOBS. JR. JOHN W. LI'l'l'I.EFIELll 1943 Fifth Form DONAI.D ASHTON FRANKLIN P. EAHQRSON JOHN J. HANG ROBERT J. H.-KRRINIRTIIN CARL A. LINDBLAD, JR. HENRY B. RA'I'HBONK Fourth Form JOHN L. EASTON ARTHUR D. HAI.ENnI:CK WILIPRIQD M. 1'IcRI.I1s JOHN D. PI'I'Ts 1944 Fifth Form VVILLIAM H. JOSLIN ROBICRT S. SIOUSSAT L. TILRRHLL GARDNER, JR. Fourth Form JOHN S. NIERCHANT, II 1945 FREDERICK S. BRUNSWICK JOHN P. CADY, JR. RUsSI:I.I. S. DOIICLAS DANIEL E. FINGER WILSON F. UTIFR Fourth Form ALAN M. GILBILRT ARTHUR E. JAGG1-ik" M ALCOLAI J. LIPSON 19-I6 Fifth Form JOHN F. KNUWLI-fS PARKRR L. NIONROE, II DAVID C. PRIIJMORE BROWN L1-IUNARD J. 'I'RIIeDAlAN Fourth Form JOSIQPII K. 0. 0'I'I' JOHN F. PAIJLSON 1947 Fifth Form ROBERT D. MI1.NE DAVID SHOOLMAN Fourth Form FFIIOMAS C. BARRow .EDWARD L. CLIFFORD, JR. RALI-H R. CROSBY, JR. BURRILI. M. flIi'I'MAN, JR. WILLIAM F. HORY, III First Form . Second Form . Third Form . Fourth Form . First Prize . Second Prize First Prize . Second Prize PTIZSS Awarded june 19-I7 FOUNDER'S PRIZES FOR EXCELLENCE IN SCHOLARSHIP SENIOR DECLAMATION PRIZE CLASS OF 1914, DECLAMATION PRIZE fln Memory of john l,.HUI11IH1'd, 'HJ PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN FRENCH JOHN FREDERICK PAIJLSON . GEORGE INIERRIMAN PARKS . LAWRENCE KINVIN INROTH KENNETH GARDNER KNOwI.I-is BURRILL IYIYFRS GETMAN, JR. , BRUCE YYESTON DAVID SHOOLMAN . GEORGE MERRIMAN PARKS . . ROBERT LEE CONRAD PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN LATIN POETRY fln Memory of Howard Seth Yo1mg,jr., '42j MAIIRICE ADELMAN, JR. THE ANTONIO EUGENE CAPOTOSTO PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN ELEMENTARY LATIN flu Memory of A. Eugene Capotoslo, '3 U WILLIAAI VAN NI-:sTE WOODWARD BAUSCH AND LOMB HONORARY SCIENCE AWARD FOR EXCEPTIONAL PROGRESS IN SCIENCE STUDIES RICHARD KNOX YVELIAS RENSSELAER ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, MEDAL FOR EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE RICHARD HOWORTH FITTON. JR. PRIZE I-'OR SUPERIOR WORK IN BIOLOGY ROBERT LORD FINLAYSON OBADIAH BROYVN. CLASS OF I843, TRUST FUND PRIZES FOR ESSAYS ON First Form . . Second Form First Prize . Second Prize Third Form Fourth Form . "OUR NATIVE TREES" FRED HOWARD BARROws, SRD . FREDERICK BII.I.INns BROOKS, JR. . JAMES YYALTON FIQRILIISON . HENRY Mc:CDsIO-:R. JR. RALPH ROBINSON CROSBY. JR. SUSAN M. SEABURY PRIZES FOR THE BEST ESSAYS, IN THE FIFTH FORM, ON PEACE AND INTERNATIONAL GOOD XVILL First Prize .............. JOSEPH KEVIN 0'NF1II,II O1 I' Second Prize . .............. BRUCE XVI-TSTOY Third Prize ............. YVALTER CLIFFORD BARNEY. JR. HANNAH J. BAILEY PRIZES FOR BEST ESSAYS, IN THE FOURTH FORM, ON PEACE First Prize ............... MAURIOE ADEI.IxI,-IN. JR. Second Prize .........,... SIIHOMAS CI-IUROHILI, BARROW Honorable Mention ............ PFWR RICHMOND M0RE"0"5"' JERRAII I.EFEvRIt BROWN PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN AMERICAN HISTORY fln Memory of Carter Palmer, Class of I0i8j ROBERT IDOUGLAS MIIIN E JOSEPH KEVIN 0'NEILL Orr SOPHIA L. PITMAN BOOK PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN ART Presented by Eugene Kingman of the Class of 1928 JA Mrs W ALTON FERGUSON JEFFREY RAYMOND SIMPSON DAVID EARL PEARCE MUSIC PRIZE flu Memory of David Earl Pearce, Class of19-l6j ROY LEWIS FORMAN I 72 I JOHN MILTON PAYNE, 2ND, PRIZES FOR EXCELLENCE IN ENGLISH flu Memory of john Milton Payne, 2nd, Class of 1f927j First Form First Prize . . . . . . . . . . GEORGE MERRIMAN PARKS Segond Prize . HALSEY CHASE HERRESIIOEE Second Form First Prize . . LAWRENCE KINVIN WORTH Second Prize . HOVIIX' 'I'IIoMAs FREEMAN, JR. Third Form First Prize . HENRY MCCUSKPIR, JR. Second Prize . KENNETH GARDNER KNOWLES Fourth Form First Prize . BURRILL MYERS GETMAN, JR. Second Prize . EDIVARD LAMBERT CI.II-'FORD, JR. Fifth Form F. u t P . ROBERT DOUGLAS MILNE "5 rue JOSEPH KEVIN O'NEILL Orr Second Prize ..... . . . . . . . . JOHN FREDERICK PAIIIEON 'I'HE CHARLES, ELLIOT. AND LYMAN BROWN PRIZE FOR GOOD CITIZENSHIP HOWARII HANSCJN FAWCE'l'l', JR. NOEL CROACIIER ORKILITI' A SPECIAL AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT AND PROMISE Gizwri by the Class of 1897 On the Orcasion of Their Fiftieth Anni-Iu'rsar'y WII,LlAM HARRY S'rEwAR'I' HARVARD CLUB OF RHODE ISLAND BOOK PRIZE TO THE STUDENT OF THE FOURTH FORM IVHO BEST COMBINES CHARACTER, IN'I'ERES'l' IN SCHOOL ACTIVITIES, AND SCHOLARSHIP RALPH ROBINSON CROSBY, JR. HEADMAS'I'ER'S CUP FOR SCHOLARSHIP, SCHOOL SPIRIT, AND INFLUENCE WILLIAM HARRY STEWART Permanent Athletic Trophies Awards of 1947 THE FALL TOURNAMENT NOVICE CUP FOR TENNIS fPTt'.Yl'7Il0l1 by Albert Horton, 3rd, Class of 1929J PIIIIYARIJ LAMRERI' CLIFFORD, JR. DAVID GORDON LIIDRINO THE CHASE CUI' FOR THE BEST INDIVIDUAL TENNIS PLAYER fPr1fsented by Frederick L. Chase, jr., Class Of IUZIJ JAMES JOSEPH FRIEDRICHS THE CHASE SHIELD FOR INTERCLASS TRACK fPresented by Richard H. Chase, Class of 1925j CLASS OF 1947 THE .-XI.IIER'I' E. WENTWORTH TROPHY FOR THE MOST VALUABLE BASEBALL PLAYER f'Presf'IItrd by Albert E. Wentworth, jr., Class Of IVZOJ NOEL CROACHER ORCUTI' THE PAUL MESSER TROPHY FOR SWIMMING fl're.wnted by his Mother in Memory of Paul Mexser, l935J NOEL CROAOHER OROUTI' WSI CLASS HISTORY fContinued from page 345 see the cupola and the all-important class- rooms upon our return. Notices began ap- pearing all too regularly for volunteers to shovel off the track. Mobs of us descended on the gym to report for basketball, winter track, wrestling, and swimming. "Moo" journeyed to New York, won the National Prep-School shotput title again, and re- turned somewhat puffed up, according to some reports. We decided to save our energy in order to display our prowess in the in- tramural basketball tournament run off just before the spring vacation. Successful Seniors waded through the Time Test, the Westinghouse Talent Search Contest, and the Pepsi-Cola Scholarship Examinations, bringing honors to the recipients of the money and awards, and giving the rest of us the chance to try to prove to ourselves that brains aren't everything these days. Dr. Dorizas and the All-School Tea Dance came on successive days, both with their attending excitement, so that by March 25 we were ready to leave, but not until we had passed in another of the seemingly endless English papers. On our return our teachers nodded so sympathetically when we told them we had gone through the rigors of the Scholastic Aptitude and Achievement Tests: yet they did nothing to relieve our mental load, now made more heavy by spring fever. Only eight weeks remained until Commence- ment, yet there was so much to be done: the Declamation Contests, the Essay contests, and, of course, finals. The baseball team went through its season with its usual hits and errors, while at the other ends of the campus the track and tennis teams per- formed for Moses Brown for the last time under our leadership. The Delphian Board gladly surrendered their duties, as did our members of the Athletic Association. Under our willing, if not too capable, direction we spent our last Father and Sons' Day. Me- morial Day and Baccalaureate Services fell on the same day, although we were enticed by our diplomas to attend, we did so mainly because it was probably our last time to partake of all School had to offer. The ob- ject of all our labors was awarded to us on june 3, preceded by our Senior Prom, and the awarding of letters and certificates. ln such a manner did we Hnish our first twelve years of schooling, probably to be appre- ciated properly only when looked at in retrospect. HERBERT A. KNEELAND HENRY W. KNEELAND GERALD HENDERSON JOHN F. WATSON ERNEST H. BLAKE KENNETH W. FAUNCE JOHN C. PAIGE 8: COMPANY INSURANCE As pioneers in the development of Medical Reimbursement Insurance for Private Schools, Colleges and Camps, we have been happy to serve your insurance needs. 40 BROAD STREET ' BOSTON NEW YORK PORTLAND Los ANGELES l 74 l NEW X N, Y. L NaN C H ANG 91- gkklilililiiil Qsfrf---. f + s Y E ij' Tous, E3 2: EE QP is- 2.7: sn" 2:5 Q0 ca Z MQ. 1111, 'estlllell If Bd 8-'io H OSPITA L TRUST BUHD . ING PROV IDITNCI. . , 31 R' I G . Aspce 52N PRO r VIDENCE arf Ph IS THE HOME O HRS, iiiiiffo BPBRTWN RnymOn ul li I . . Irlckefy Ieeq Ph! 1 ' rl I-. 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DExter 73-16 For All Your Popular and Clfmim! Rero1'd.f FRIENDS of the Class of 1948 who purchased various amounts of advertising space in this MOSAIC have generously consented to the grouping of all their compliments on this page. For their financial support and their consent to this arrangement, made necessary by greatly increased costs of publication, we are deeply grateful. - The MOSAIC Board. Compliments of A Dad A Parent A Friend M. P. S. A Friend A Friend A Friend A Mother and Dad The Proscenium Club A Father R. L. S. joe's Dad A Father J. Alden Dooley, Class of '32 F. B. A Friend A Friend E. H. Weeks, '89 A Friend A Friend A Dad A Friend A Friend A Friend A Dad V. M. A Dad A Friend A Dad Two Campus Chickens Two Well-Wishers A Granddad A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Mountain Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. 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