Mount Hermon School - Gateway Yearbook (Mount Hermon, MA)

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A view of part of the Mount Hermon campus that IS representative of the whole ll well built, handsome blllllllllg, stamhng mulst sloping lawns and loftv trees 1 ,,,. "hs 'W ount Harmon THE for tht year llllllltfbfbll fortw SIX l School for Boys " x N U o 0 L 1 I 7 - ' 1 1 Q f 11 11,59 I5 - ,Y fm 9 llElllUA'l'l0 N each of the past years the Gateway has been happily dedicated to some master who had helped mold the llves of Hermon men into proper forms, and had, hy his help and guulance, made their Hernlon years more pleasant ones a rlch period of tllelr hves on which thev could reflect ln later decades Now no less happily, hut at the same time sadlv, we dedlcate our yearbook to the many Hermonltes whose devotlon to thelr country equaled thelr devotion to the Ideals they had learned on the Hlll These Hermonltes cut short hves whose solld foundations stlll remaln as monuments to them It may he argued that they had no other cholce hut to light and cle cannot, however, the same he sald of fhr1st'7 It IS not a questlon of cholce that IS lmportant, the thlng that counts IS the Splrll thev possessed, the courage they exhlhlted the knowledge they held that thev were fighting for somethlng preemlnentlv worth whlle Wltllout exec ptlon., the rea ord of these Hermon men IS enough to make their st hool and tlu lr countrv justly proud For their gallantry many medals wc re struqk, tor the-lr sacrifice mans gold stars sewed W4 humlrlv add our small ruognltlon As I lI1t0ll'l sand, ln a sense we cannot dedlcate, for the men who once vrott these pages and who haxe glitll their Inns haw enshrined themselxes ln the hearts of Hermon forex er YVe of the Flass of 1946 only hope our records may approach thelrs 1 1 1 1 1 1- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .......' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 T 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 , 9 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1, 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 ,, 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 5' 1 4 , 1 '1 , 1 1 1 1 1 . ,, ,, 11, 1 . . I 1 , 1 Walking from lhupel to West Hall FUREWUHD CHOOL days, those wonderful tlmes of work and studv and play that leaxe wlth us memorles which Tlme klndly does not dispel' As years pass and we gaze ln retrospect at our preparatorv st hool career at Mount Hermon, there are hundreds of cherished recollections that will creep lnto our mlnds happenlngs on the Hlll and acqualntances we made here which ln a large part wlll have determlned the men we shall he It IS the wish of the lnllewav Board that thus hook m ay ln 1 source of warmth and famlllar feelmg when, ln future vears, Hermonltes leaf the pages with then' lingers and the contents with their hearts YY 1 hope that the putures ot lDlllllllll"S will ruall hour-s spent ln toll and 1l6N0ll0ll, that the pictures ol classmates will hrlng to mmd llfctlmc friendships begun here Thus mav the l1llfPlLllV stand not only as a rf 1 ord of ac hu we-ment, hut also as an album ol our most trcasurul memorus n . . . . 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V 1 - , . .f . - . . . -v . v . . . 1 I 1 1 - ' nn ' ' ' B ' - . . . - . . - . . . . . , . 1 - . . . -1 . - ln f- 1' . . . f , u 1 . . , ,- I APPRECIATIU LREADY, m only hls second year on the Hull Dr Howard L Ruhendall has made a plau for himself ln the hearts of hoth facultv and students llls ll'lt"lltlllI'ltSb, his good wlll, and his understandmg of dellcate problems naw nu reased the rc spect lu ld for hlm lw all IIIS personal lnterest In every hoy makes lnm a laxorltc lmong thc student llody, and he. ahowe all othcrs, ls the one consulted ln tmus of need when guidance IS sought When a Hermonlte has erred, Dr Rulrendall IB more concerned wlth the rfasons for errmg than wnth deahng out the necessary punishment Manv an athletlc team has lreen msplred hy his presence on the slde hnes, cheerlng and urglng the players on to greater feats One cannot help hklng a man who IS so concerned with the well llelng of the school as a whole and each hoy as a personal friend The flass of 1946 wishes to thank Dr Ruhendall for hls lllsplflflg alnhty as a leader and his uprlghtness oi character, Wlllfh hawe set an example for all Hermonltes to follow The melnhers of the qenlor flass wlll long rellsh thoughts of so fine a man with a purpose lngh who auled and cncouraged them all 6 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 111 1 1 1 , , , 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,.a - 1 1 9 1 1 1 1 1 1-'1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , ,1 1 . 1 1 1 1 - 1 , 1 1 , , , L , , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 , 1 , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 - , , 1 f 1 1 1 1 nf 1 1 1 , , f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 " ' ' ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 . f 1 ,R , 1" ' 1 1' ' 1 ' 1 1 I l W HORACE H. MORSE A.B., M.A. Harvard History Appointed 1906 CAROLL RIKERT Harvard Appointed 19 1 7 LOUIS SMITH A B , M A Cettyshurg, Yale F ngllsh Appomted 1909 FARLTON L HOMMEDIEL B A , Muslc B Yale WIUBIC, School Organlst Appolnted 1926 KROVE W Dl:.MINf' Unlverslty of Connecticut History Appointed 1910 Ph B Brown Biology, Dlrector of Admlsslons Appointed 1926 ROY HATFH Harvard, I orntll Physics Appomted 1911 ARTHUR D PLATT B S , M A 'lr1nlty, folumlna Director of Studies, Assistant Headmaster Appomted 1928 A.B. 9 ' T B.S. GORDON F. PYPER Al PAUL E BOWMAN Ch E , M S , Ph D Lehigh, University of Cincinnati fhemlstry Appointed 1936 ALFRED H PETSCHKE Quperlntendent of West Hall Appointed 1936 .l f' LOVER JOHNSON AB MA, ThM, PhD, 'lhD Merrer Qouthern Baptist Theological Seminary Yale qchool Chaplain Appointed 1936 ,IUDSON STENT B A B D Yale English, Bible Appointed 1938 EDGAR ,I LIVINFS1 ON School Cashier Appointed 1936 HAROLD WYMAN Middlebury Assistant Athletic Director Appointed 1940 W. HOWARD NIBLOCK B.S., M.A. Bowdoin History, Director of Work Appointed 1936 BENNETT MEYERS B.A. Amherst History, Mathematics Appointed 1940 'Q University of Illinois I , Y' Y n p . ., . . . . . . . . 1 , L, . , . 9 . ., . . 1 . I . A.B. 8 HARLAN L BAXTER A B , M A Dickinson, Columbia Spanish Latin Appointed 1929 JOHN D BASSFTTF Ph B Yale Mathematlcs Mechanical Appointed 1933 HARRY A ERICKSON A B , M A Yale, Harvard English Appointed 1929 GEORGE R LAURLNCE B S , M A Yale, Harvard Biology Chemistry Appointed 1930 AXEL B PORSLUND B P E , M A Athletic Dlrector Appointed 1929 FREDERICK McW EIfH A B M A Williams Middlebury French, Spanish Appointed 1935 WILLIAM H MORROW A B M Ed Drawing William and Mary 'Temple Fngbsh Appointed 1931 ORVILLE E WIIRTL A B Th B M 5 WCSIIHIHISIBF fornell Princeton Theological Vlatbematlcs Appointed 193 3 9 . . , , 1 9 I . . , . I 3 . Springfield, Columbia - , V . I . ., . . 9 . ., . . 1 ' , , Q 1 V Q .9 1 -9 Q le ' ' Q I Q ' 1 . JEAN T KENWAY Snmmons School Llbrarlan Appomted 1942 HENRY F SEARS Harvard French Spanish Appomted 1942 LEANDER R KIRK Amherst Physlcs Appointed 1942 STEPHEN D THACH Yale Mathematics Appomted 1942 ROBERT C MILDRAM University of Vermont, Andover Newton Bible Mathematics Appomted 1942 FREDERICK TITCOMB A B , A M Bowdom, Columbia Spanish Appointed 1942 WILLIAM R RINEER Westchester Teachers Science Appointed 1942 EDSON C LOCKWOOD A M Ph B Brown Unlverslty Acting Head of Mathema Appomted 1943 10 tlc Department S.B. A.B. . B.A. B.A. Ph.B., B.D., M.A. B.S. PAUL AMANN ' H V ' Ph.D. University of Vienna. llniu-rsity of Gr:-nohlv, University of Pragm- Frf-nrh Appointvxl 1944 PAUL E. IVEBSON A.B., B.D. Hastings College, Union 'l'lu-ologicul Seminary Bible, Mathematics Appointed 1944 JOHN L BAI DWflN A B B 9 Ld Brown Massachusetts State lznghsh, History Appolnterl 1944 JOHN KIRKLAND lR Harward Fremh Mathenlatlrs Appointed 1945 ,I I XQBLRT BOUMA Ph B , A 'VI Brown University, folumlna English Appointed 1944 NOT PIL TURED DANA BI ACKWELL B A ALBERT RAYMOND M A Tufts Boston ITIIIVCPSIIV hngllsh, 1943 Choral Director, 1943 ELIIQ E JONLQ BA BD fentral, Unnerslty of Pennsylsanla BBW IN NIXON A B Seminary 1942 hnslw" 1959 ILLILAINUR H NIILDRAN Izljggrn Ll 1947 LHIVCPSIIV of falro University of Paris "'a"'f"' rnglwh 1940 ANNE WIOBRUW B A Smith lnnvrsltw of Pvnnsvlxama WIIIIAWI F DUDD HD Fngllsll l9'3l S1 hool l,llVqIKldll l941 l:.DWll ND ALEXANDLR A B LL B 11 1 1 4 l 1, CL! B O . . J , 9 . I A.B. l 9 I I O K , , ' f . , W u I p A 7 , I I Y , A l 0 T 1 , L . ., . ., . . i V v v I . -V - x . -,q E ' . , . . Crozier Theological, Union Theologival Muldlfxliury 1 . 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' . f if wji CLASS HI 'l'0llY NE ralny, miserable day ln September, 1942, a rugged group oi be fuddled freshmen, later destined to be one of the greatest classes on the Hill, bolsterously stormed their way lnto Holbrook Hall No sooner had they signed the ledger except ln the case of I oons, whose toe print was so illegible that lns fathtr had to do the honorsj foregoing thereby the right of contact with civilization, than the Hermon stripes were issued, ln which, with matching numbers, they were heawed lnto a chair for their Rogues Gallery pictures to be used ln future identification ln the event of a break Escaping from this ordeal, "the boys were stopped at the Her monlte office, where they were puk pocketed of two bucks, after which, much to everyone s rehef, they were escorted to their cubicles The meals on those opening days were par excellence, but soon the folks were gone am the newly arrlved became all too well acquainted with miracle food " fhapel and assembly proved to be a feature attraction, affording Kamerzel another half hour of sleep since It took half the year to reahze there were speakers up front Dapper Dan Richardson was the first to fall prey to the charms of those many lovely girls at the Sem, and his romance wlth Katrlnka Yabotz almost outgrew its hounds This was also the year when Stowe Bumpty 7 Shoemaker was a camera enthusiast in Lottage IV, turn mg his room lnto a darkroom during study hall, whereupon Wlllle "the Grin Haslun composed lnany a theme on the window ledge After the inspiring Sacred foncert, the dreaded finals finished the year and Actls Grande Leading the now more worldly wlse sophomores to the doors of Over toun was Bob 4 Don t buy lt mooch lt" Thompson ably Elltled by Vice Pres Wilkinson With the addition of such worthy tharacters as were seen mreepmg around the fourth iloor, Parker 66l'1l brother Spofford, Ind "the Mouse lxlctt, Dick moosehead' lxaase, and Johnny 6Anchors Awugh I ill, along with oldster Al l don t hwe here for the new 9 Herbst occupying the coxetul corner room, the l lass of 46 recened many able men Then there were Paul I reached Turners first" Food and Fred Boyle, renowned for his attempt to proxe klnshlp to hls physics namesake by prow mg for one dollar that lt 1sn't impossible to conquer the air from a second floor window Months later m one of Uncle Stexe s pick up what 12 X, N f - . .1 , . 1 . 5 r' LA I - . . . x . 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' ' u , ' - I I vou threw out ldllllldlglli, one ol Bovle s uns-ung e loelhoppe r-a was une arthe el sux fe-et uneler rllllbi was the- year ol Dolan anel lo , the vcar when ln the realm of sports, thc class lent seven athletes to varsltv teams 'llle elosmg elavs saw many a rlot formulated around the elass Duck anel ln defe nsc o the 46 pebble The long awalted junior ve ar opened wlth the lllrllllllgq but losing, rope pull, wlth Lelght Allenbv leading 'the bovs through the murkv depths of Shadow Lake Thls rather uneventful ye ar was the pe rlod of manv bre aks, with John carrv me baek to old vlPglnllV I-oldsbe rrv, and lllliflll hung apprehe nelcel after a fierce battle wlth Dxek rl raev Baxter anel 'l get my man Hlller at the Be rnardston Inn rllllS was also the year Home Mlchaelangelo put qenlor Roek mto tee hnle olor, anel the stolen 46 banner was ree ove reel bv clever de teetlve work June lett manv wonele-rung espeel allv after PCHSIXC Paul s exam who woulel be their ne vt years Math III teacher The happenmgs of that year are left for the ellary suflielent to ay the now Illglllflefl, capable, lntelhgent DCHIOFS, led by Llovel never Wheeler wlth Rod Schelfer olficlatlnv as Councll Presldent enjoved new and better successes ln thelr last vear on the Hill HOWARD 1NIBL0l K 1 LASS ADVISER Sometimes a class IS fortunate enough to have as lts adv lser a man whose sympathetle understanding, ceaseless labor, anel willing ness to sacrlfice for the weliare of the stu dents wlll forever be remembered quch a man IS Mr Howarel W Nlblock His ln-spur mg leaelershlp has meant progress ln the elassroom anel on the athletic field Hls as slstance ln coping wlth personal problems wluch have presented themselves demands our contmueel gratltude anel appreciation He has helel his trust wlth a ccrtam humll ltv that has maele lt easy lor one to approach hum with one s trouble -1, knowing that he would hste n patle ntly, e onsole , anel eoun-me I lt has be e n large lv ow mg to ln-4 e lllllllilelhilll partlelpatlon ln elass alllalr- that our ve an here on the Hull have meant so much to us and wlll mean even more ln the luture . 'lo Hr. Nlblock we glve thanks for a job well done anel assurance that he wlll hve on in our hearts. 13 . - . . . . l . ll I 1 1 l i I ' . I 4 'Q n 49 I , .L . . . . .. . 1 1 - 1 f 1 1 1 ,. S55 9. 1 n . f 9 66 97 , . , Y .. . , x 1 u Q 9 . f U L, 1 c . . , . , . s I Q v ,. se. .. ' 9 . . ' L Y 1 I 1 . ' . all . 5 I I 'I l l q .,, , , . , -, e J , . ' . . " . . S . . . . N . Y H ,,, D ' 1 . A A L N . . . . .. . , . . - . . , v- . , l f , ,.. 0 I l A ' . . . . , f 5 ' , . . , a . ' " ng' . v' . , ' ' 1 1 'l - - .- e . fl 1. . . - 4' ' , '. ', .I . J 1 a . N CLASS IIFFICER LLOYD WHEELER DlPklI1N0ll Llowd 184 Woodland Avenue River Edge N J T1 Irs do not re ect honor on men, but rather men on their tiles S ccr 1 2 3 H 4 H Siillllllllllg 1 Basket Iall2 3 Sknng4 Lacrosse 1 2 3 CHD 4 Church Membership Committee 4 Student Deacon 3 4 l lass Treasurer 3 Class President 4 PETER FITIIIAN l orncll Pct: 180 Wa hmgton Strcct Nuston Ma s The Word IIIIPOSSIIIIP IS not UI mv dll'flUlllll'W Football 2 3 CHD, 4 KHJ Hockew 2 3 4 Base lall 2 3 CHD 4 Choir 3 4 Church l3lf'lllbPl'3hlll Committee 4 Dramatic Club 4 Fire Fighter 2 3 4 Catewav Board 4 I'l0l'lll0llll.P 3 4 Social Committee Chairman 3 4 Cla s Sccretarw 4 ROBERT THOMPSON Yale Tommv 103 24 71st Street Forest Hllls, N Y Ambltlon has no rest lfootball l 2, 3 CHD 4 CHD Hockev l 2 3 Swim mlng 4 CHD Baseball 1 2 CHD 3 CHD 4 Church elnbcrshlp Committee 3 4 Debating 4 Cate wax Board 4 Hermonltc 4 Social Committee 2 4 Student Council 2 VICIOPV Corps 1 2 Class lresldent 2 Cla s Vice President 4 Unner ltw of New Hampshire Dunplcs 6.3 Abbott Street Hooslck Fall N Y Am t he a cute critter? l'ootball2 3 4 Cross Conntrv 4 Sknng2 3 HJ 4 CHI Track 2 Baseball 3 4 Athletic Council 4 Captains Club 4 Social Committee 4, Class Trca urer 4 , . 1 H Y ,, as ve 1 ' 9 A ' ' ' N ' v . 4 ' ' as - fl X 66 ' ' 57 h - - ss 1 . 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" - ', ' A 13 JOHN BEAN ER Ma In tltute of Teclfmologw Beau .3 I pton Road W altham Ma Lo' the bu ew beater Football S Hockew 3 Ba ketball4 Iacro e 3 4 Choir 1- flte Club 4 ROBERT BELl C01 t I uard Acadq nn Bob 29 lung Str: et I utnanl Lonn Honor 'IPS tn honest toll Sknng 3 4 Football 4 A iapella 4 fhllll' ilu llub 1- Student ttlllllfll 4 D xrtnmuth ' B nnv 42 Rn h Stn 4 t W orcestt r M ls-. He knew what 1.s what ootlull 4 llj ll mku ll Bl tba 4 u dent De at on 4 EDW ARD BERINSTEIN Harvard Bernu 78 Forut Park Ave Springfield Mass A pleasant nnxture 0 rlendlmess and smcentv Football 3 4 Baiktball 2, 5, 4 Iaero-.ae 3, 4 blee Club HARRY BERNYIROWI Yale Bernie lo V mthrop Drlve Barrington R I Thosz who object to wut are envious o ll Soccer 3 4 Hockew 3 Dramatlc Llub 3 4 Glee Club FRANKI IN Bl OOM Ya 1 Peewee larch Road Briarcliff Manor N Y I,ISl'l'PfI0lI Ill speech Ls lnore than eloquence lro fountrw 3 4 Wretlll1g 3 4 Truck 3 HENRY BOHM 4 W hlh house Ave nut l ougbkt 1 p If N Y I od hue placed no lumt to mu Heel utr 3 4 Swimming 3 Skllllg 4 nu tr lfnm 3 Track4 Dclntlng 3 4 Drnnatn llub DUSTIN BURKE Dartmouth Du tw 1861 Mann Street Athol Mag The best evidence of ment lS a cordial recognition football 4 CHD Hockey 4 CHD Baaeball 4 Social Committee for Senior Partv 4 Student Deacon 4 7 - . , gs Q - , as ,-, ', as - so .-. . , . 1- - , ' 5 ' ss. 1- Y. . 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RICHARD COONS Rengsclaer Dlfk 8 Warren Avenue Trov 'N Y He Saul a great deal and orlrllv flul all he Gaul Football l 2 3 CIIJ 4 HJ Skung I 2 3 CII 4 CHD Iacrome 1 2 CID 3 CHD 4 CIIJ A Cfnpella 2 3 4 Cholr l 2 3 4 Band 1 Clet Club l 4 Captamb Club 3 4 W ARREN COOPER Yale Loop 871 Broadvsav Wlllforrl Conn Art Croup 4 LAWRENCE COPELAND Dartmouth Larrv 15 Haverford Stn Q t Hamdcn Conn Gush he could run that ball Football 4 CHD Hockev 3 CID 4 CHD Baseball 3 CHD 4 Captams Club 4 RODNEY DAVIS PFIIICIPI3 Rod Haven Street Dover Maas A moral sensible and well bred man Crobs Countrv 2 relllllb 2 SWlIllIlllI'lg 3 4 Man ager PETER DE ANCELI3 Cornell WIu eles .30 'Vllllslfll Avenue Wllll ton Park W Y ualzh not quantzlv :S nn measure Football 2 3 4 Manager Wu Ilmg 2 3 4 HD laero e 2 3 4 Drdlllallf Club 2 3 4 Camera Club 4 Prlllllllg 4 Vive Pre uhnt Rlflm flllll 4 EDW ARD DOW NES Cornell "E 9W7 Malll Street EI'Ylllg 'VIa I Nou dont succeed at fin! Irs Irv again Img 3 CHD Baseball I 2 Laero ae GEORCE EDW ARD9 Worcester Polvtechnlc Illbtlllllff Blrdll N M3111 3treet Antrim 'N Reason ts the mistress and quren 0 all things Football 3 Cross Countrv 4 R1 kmlball 3 4 Baseball 3, 4 Cheerlc arler 4 IRWIN EPSIEIW Harvard ' Eppv .316 South Main Street Woon oeket R I Few things are unposslble Io rllllgenre to sklll Football 3 4 Wredlmg 3, 4 Manager Laeros 0 3 lf Band 3 4 Classleal Orcheatra 3 Photo raphv Club 4 iv 1 an - vo '- ac 6 ,se " - ' , Q, . I. '. ' . ' " 1 ' ., I' 's '. L . . 66 K I 9 1 ,Q I 1 I H HQ -.'s ..9.1 .A ,, e 3 I - c 5 N v w 'Q be v 'ls 9 Q I '5 . 5 ' v C 3 gf " , ,. . 3 . 1' ss ,., :, ' ,.. : ,' v ' 9 I 9 9 ' 2 3 5 ' ' a 3 1 3 9 4 ' 5 ' 3 ' 4 ' . 4 , . Y L f . X ds, SG ' 77 , , . , , ' , L S5- -.'-,L ' , . st f b, a .7 F., b, - as 6sWiSlI0lIl is above the price of rubiesa, Fooghall 1, 2, 3, 4 5133 Hofkpy' 1, 2, 3, 43 wr,-51- ' , . 3 , 3 ' so 3. Y - I 1 I - ' , , ' . 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V1 tpurt funn How llfflllld url right unralw 1 ullnll 1 llllg 1 ll mr i 1 1 r 1 4 tllllfl r 'V 1 It r D111 lung 4 Dram llll' 111111 4 4 EDW IN FINI 11 Bah 1 l 1111 5tre1t N0rtl1f11l1l Md He 11111 SIll'l'PPl1 0r he 1111101705 1111 he uns 1 1 1 r l 1' lllf ll l'lNDl A1 ll ll'Wdl'I1 Gllugll Taunton Massachusetts SUIIIIIICIIV of character ls the result of true thought Soerer 2 3 1 SWlIIlIlllllg 2 3 Baseball Tr.x1l1 4 A Lapella 3 4 Band 2 Lholr 3 4 Dramatlc Club 3 4 Trlple Quartet 4 ,IAI lx l-INI AY D urlnmulh llugh 10 ll ll'lll0ll 'Stn 1t II 1111111 ll funn W1 glmllw 11111 hun ru 1111 llllg 1 4 '1 3 4 1,111 l lu JAWIES PORFST IIINQI' x f l"1 111 vlsn m1 11 'Vlnntro Au nu1 lzllthl rf1rr1l N IIHIIIIIHV H th: Wllllll mulrlnlrnn 0 1111 llffllf 1 1 1 r 1 DONALD FRA1 ER llllW0l'Sl1W of Wllelllgan Frug 12195 lN0rtl11z1w11 D1tr01t wilflllglll F0011 thmgv 111110 rome In large paekttges 110tb.1ll3 4 llj k1th1ll 4 ll Tru U 4 Il tilllldllli flux JOHN PRFP WAN D.1rtm11uth l Ill I1 Mann Street Lanea ter 'Vla The enutlous .seldom err SOLCCI' 1 2 Sthllllllilllg 1 2 3 Track 1 2 3 Choir 3 4 l Ol IS PRX Bulger I ou11 627 Flm Strut Arllngton N J 1 g001l man IS h11r1I t0 m1l rt lllllg 5 Ihtlll' 4 Drnmatle ull flll Klub 4 lrmtmg 4 l,l'lSlflllll I - "J 1" 1' ' '- sit" 0 - 1s.' 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L -e I 4 1 ' ' -, - . 19 RN HARD PRYE lrlnllw It 221 52 I' urburw Au nue u1en Village N Y The noble man IS onlw I o1l s lmagr 1 1 1 r 2 Qk g T ll JOHN GOI DSBERRX Amher t f oldle 12 Robbln Road Watertown 'Vla s A pleaemg 1'ountenan1'e IS no slight advantage l' olblll 2 3 4 Clll Sknng 3 4 Skllllllllllg 2 o CI tolumln 1 Ula Fa t 24-th Slut-t Brooklwn N Y To be 1-let er as to be good Ifoolbull 2 3 Ba k1tball2 3 4 Ba 1-ball 2 3 4 lltlllllllg Z 3 4 Presldent Dramatic Club 4 In flub 4- Presldent Hermonlte 2 3 4 Edltor 1111 Maw 4 Flre Flghters 2 3 4 Nook Com lllllll"i 4 IRW IN IOODLHII D JR Vboru l1r l'olvt1 ehnle Illilllllll tooch 64 Dullon Au nut llolvok1 Mass 1 Fl al m1m 1.9 he wlwae goo1lne.s.s la part himself 'IHOMAS 1 RFFR Rutgers rllllll 018 Maph AWt"lllll Trenton N J lheerfulness keeps up a rlmlzghl IH the mnul Football 3 4 Sknng 3 Wre tlng 4 lau- 3 4 Dranlatlc Club 4 GORDON CRlSW'OLD Y ale br: 4611 Mann Street Stratford Conn l we me the music makers Soccer 3 4 Manager iknng 3 4 Tennl Band 3 4 Il1rmon Knights 3 4 l1ld1r Nook Lomnnttee Tuftn u 184 Perhom Strut Boston Mass A cheerful temper 11 rare ree hear! Eknng 3 Baseball 3 Tennis 4 Dramatic Club 4 Church Membership Committee 4 Nook Com mittee TERRY HALLOCK W eslev an Terrw 33 E Wllllstoll Avenue East Wllllstoll N Y The world IS alwavs really to reeewe talent with open arms Soccer 3, 4 CHD Hockev 3 4 Laerosm 3 4 Art Club 3 4 President, New Student Social LIIIIIIHIIILL 3 batcwav Board 4 Art Edltor I ' ' ' Q , A " ' ' , MD--kaa N as ' 97 ' ' '. ' . V , Q 4 - " ' . 1 f f -. . I , s , . . , , , , . . ,, .v I 1 ,. . ,H sf. v , - - - 99 . 1 . A , So-H : Basketball 2: . iinr 3: enl 's 2, 3, 4. 1 , 3 H . : ' 5 'I V :, J ' osse . , 3 . . y A .1 L S N L . ,, ' ss ' -S91 ' S , 'Y' ' , A ' sg. ' , 1 A - ,S . , , ,, .. 2. . lv '11 a , . , g Q U . , Q Q " ' 5 -V' - 1 a 3 J H - Q 3 'F 3- 45 ' ' ' ' Q ls s Y l,a1'r ssc 2, .3 ll, 4. ' - 1 5 ' -' - 1 Q 1 1 ' - . ,l PAUL GOOD, JR- RICHARD GUSTAVSON 1 'a asP'J.99 ' 5,6 S, .- - ' Q , . 1 . . s C ' , . , . . - , ' , 1 5 ', 'E , ' U as f sa ' 9 i 3-11' '.,3, a ,-,Q 5" z ' s 'rs ' 1 - 1 ' , . , , 5 , 3 ' l g , 3 - 55 A 9 1 f 9 ' a s . sa 1 h , ,se , - - I f' - 9 9 9 1 ' r Y. as ,9 fl- L - .1 . ' " , 5 ' , . Y. . , . " . .5 t - t ' 1 ' . 45 ' 97 N . . ' , . , 1 . ,, ' ' , , , . , . .. ' 5 . 9 --' ' . . -- . . at-L 1 -V , V H .i of 'V ,' 7 . 1 . . w' 9 I9 w if 'N' 9 3. hx ' as . . 0 1 9, 1 . . , , , . Rlf llAllD HAMMER DAN ID lll' FR form ll D14 k ll urs ard D nu 4 nn 1 Drl 4 V54 I ll.1rlfor4 funn l' ll'l'lIlLl0ll Mull lillld th lp4l Ilull N 1 H4 had Ill: ruuruga in dun lb ll :calvin wa ullh IS n un mlblll l 444r f 4 lllll ll lll Ill ll Drll flu: Stun Iluv ROBLRI HARTW ll FRANK llFlSSFNl3l ITFI lll ll urs :rd Bob W dll nn- l-r ml. 621 North f l lrk on Strut lfrc mont, N4b 47 0r4l1.1rd M4 ddow Road l' t V II t 'N Y Hn In url nw ar rom raud us hcuvcn rom Parth I take all knowlvdgv to Inv nn pro! mu 541444 r 4 ll ulu lb ull 4 Art l lub 4 fhllll' 4 ll lrhnoutb as lldllllllllll Al Sl ,I nm s I4 rr.nc4, Yonkers, N Y 1467 lJnd4 rcllff Au nu4 , li onx N Y lnprw tlung lll thus world depends upon wlll HP we ar.s a descrvwl mr 0 dlgmtv S cccrl 2 5 4 H slillllllllllg 1 2 3 H otball 1 2 'S 4 Hockev 1 2 3 4 B tl B1 kctball 4 bknn 4 Bueball 1 2 lacrowc l 2 3 Dramatic Club 5 4 lrc 1d4 nl of 'Work 3 4 AgrlLultur.1lClub 1 Captalna Club 4 ba c Lomnnttee, batcwav Board 4 lrln mg 1 2 wn Board 4 Co Business Manager, HEPIIIOIIIIP Students Deacons 4 3 4, Sports Editor JOIIN IIERRON F Bl AINE IIAWKS Prlllfl ton ,I It k turn' H ph" k 34 l 4 llll!VlVdllI I Au nu4 'l lli ltabm N Y 14 lllrl Stn 4 t Illghlllll, Mass A lmk of all 'Huh N I wnrknmn that nudvth not bc IISIIIIINPII Ocmr 4 Hulk., g N4 mg urowl IQIIIIIS i 4 li.: lu tblll 4 Mdlllg0r l'lr4 Flglllc rs dptlld 4 Illllll' 4 1 l44 lu 4 lr pl4 f u lr 4 21 . x .. -D .. 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Al EXANDER HINDMARSH .lR l5rovn Pete 42 W aldon Avenue Cran ton R l WP can onlv llnnk the beet o hun Iwmllrall 4 Sknng 4 laeros e 4 RICHARD Hl 'NT Yale Mike Enfield New Hamp hlre Vzrlup as the nnlw and true llflbllllt Cla meal Orch: stra 4 HOWARD IRW IIN ,IR C ornell How le lie slow of tongul and quick of me Rand 5 4 Manager Cla sleal Orchestra 3 4 Min ager Hermon Knight 5 4 leader JAMES IVFRS Ulllill' ltv ol Michigan Big ,Inn 'Worth M nn Strut Ea t Hampton C onn He will .sul rl-Pd or he br lwlvs all lu' save Souxr 5 4 Ba kctball 5 Wrs lllng 4 laerosst B THEODORF JACOBS l rmea ton Tc d 14 W heturn Road, Hartford C onn Hes ll eportsman 0 nu mean nbrlnw S eecr l 2 3 H 4 H Hoekev 1 2 5 HD 4 CHD Tennis 1, 2 CHD 5 CID 4 CHD Dramatic Club 1 JOHN JONES Colgate branulle Center Ma achu-mth Neat not glllllli fitted hun to ll T eesr l 2 '5 4 Sknng l '5 4 ll llocku Lalro se 2 '5 H 4 Lhllll' '5 Church 'Vlsmlur hlp Committee Student De aeon RICHARD KAAQE DICRIIINOII Du lx 21 Rugbw Road Rockville C entrf N 4 carpenter s known In lu.s elnps Football 2 5 CHD 4 CHD Ba ketball 2 3 CHD 4 HJ Baseball 2 Track 3, 4 Student Dtaeon JOQFPH KAMERZE1 Muldlt burv 01 Oakdalm Manor Soulhburw Conn I tru? and brave and downright honest nmn otball 1 2 5 4 ll k 1 2 5 4 fll an ball l 2 5 4 Deacons 4 Sturlznt Lounul 5 Soual LOIIIHIIIIGC 4- A 1 9 ' n A N . sa in , . i H I as '. . x, . 5 , I . 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Trl v I , 4. 29 LY Rl S W HITE Dartmouth 881 ould Street Wakefield Ma HUIIIIIIIV l9 km to llblllft I'ootball 4 Sknng 4 Track 4 Choir 4 Classical Orchc tra 4 llc rmon Ixnxght 4 ROBERT WHITNEY 'Vlass In tltute of Technologw W'I'nt Summer Street Charlestown N H I um as free as 'Vature first made man Sccer2 3 4 HJ Skungl 2 3 CH 4 H frack 2 3011 4 H ROBERT VII IxIN5ON JR Dartmouth W' lk 2816 Elghth Avenue New York N Y The purest treasure It P affords IS spotless Football I 2 .3 4 Hockew I 2 3, 4 CH Blse ball I 2 3 4 Choir '3 I hurch Member hlp Cont mlttcc 2 3 4 I atewav Board 4 Busmess Man ager Hermonlte .3 4 Assistant Edltor Class Vlcc IFCSIIIEIII 2 Class Secretarw 3 Student Council .3 ABTHLR WILLIAMS .IR Brown Ozzie II Oriole btret Rumford R I Not without art Soccer 4 V II I IAM ZIWIMERMAN Bucknell Zomble 2 A South W atcr Lewlsburg Pa 1nd though the last ar rom the least Football 3 4 Ba ketball 4 Manager Tllllll 3 IEFT SLHOOI FOR ARMED FORCES JOHN I III Bowdoin John He hull the knack or making fru nlls football 2 3 CII 4 KID Ba kctball 2 Wre tlmg 3 Track 2 3 Flre fighters 2 3 ROBEBI MUB'IHA I lllWf'l'NllW of PPIIIIQVIVHIIIH 6 Murt 29 Pembroke Street VC IIIISIOII Park N Y A .smile and a good word or all Ifootball 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 2 Lacro e 3 Cheerlcadcr 4 Cholr 4 v - 1 1 Y I A 4 I l sacysa ss I M Q I 1 , I ' , Ss. 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I AX LORD W DOULLASS ALUMNI OUNT Hcrmon IS prluleged to have one oi the best organlzecl Alumnl A-4-Ioclatlons In the coIIntrv Por more than forty yeals It has played an Important rolc III tlIc lIlc on tlIc Illll Undcr thc capablc lcadcrshIp of Mr Gaylord W Douglas, sccrctarv of tlIe organuatlon, the assoclatlon kecps ower 10000 former Hermon students lflf0lIYlCIl about events at Hermon and about fellow alIIIIInI Hls dutles Include speaklng at Hermon clubs In large cItIes throughout the country and edItIng the Mount Hermon Allllfllll News, a publlcatlon Issued five tlmcs a vear and sent to Hermon lllfll throughout thc world ln It are found a record of recc nt happenmgs on campus and Items of Interest concernmg alumm Worklng wlth Mr Douglas lb a board of fifteen alumnl counselors, clccted to sersc for fiwc vear p8I'l01lS 'lhe ofhcers Includlng the presl brought these terms oi office to an end, and a new slate of officers was -.elected 'lIlbS Wlary T Baker, who has been connected wIth the assocIatIon smce 1920, asswts at tlIe office at Holbrook Pac h war a tdlllpdlgll to raise iunds lor thc ll L Moody llYlllg Ln dowmcnt lfund lb conductcd llIe moncv I-I spent In part for dc HCFWIIIV boys wlIo could not attend Hc rnIoII othcrwlse l ontrlbutlons In past vcars haxe well exccedcd tlIc quota, tanvlble cudence of tlIe lovalty of the Mount Hcrmon dlllllllll TIII-I ,Iunc thc traclItIonal fin wcar reumon will bc held on thc campus. and llldllW hundrcds oi allllllllll arc cxpcctcd to bc on hand lt wlll mark thc fnth aIInncr-Iarv ot thc foundlng of lllf school For It a llldlltlluflllff provraln has bcc ll planncd .31 1. 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L- . 4 - I - ' 1 ' . s sl' 1 s x s - . e I ' J ' I 1 I U I L ' 1 J ' A I 1 I Z' I' F A ' . fln Alphabetical Orderj Top S3llltBl0I'l3ll Ayer, Bohm, Chamberlaln, Helssenbuttel Muldle lvers, lxltteredge, Mar shall Mllam Bottom Redlfer, Rov, Shaplro, Stevenson CMLADE NE of the hlghest hon ors a student at Mount Hermon may achleve 15 elec tlon to menlhershlp ln the Cum Laude Soclety, an award gnen to those men who ln thelr ,Iunlor and gen lor vears have not onlv oh tamed superlor scholashc grades, hut also prox ed themselses outstandlng ln cltlvenshlp and extra Illl rlcular 8I'llXllllS 'lhe National tum laudl SOCIPIV was lnaugurated at Tome School ln Port De POSII, Maryland, ln 1906 and grew untll today lt ln corporates more than one hundred chapters over the entlre country However, lt was not before Aprll, 1929 that Mount Hermon recelved lts charter It IS lnterestlng to note that Dr Davld R Porter, headmaster of Her mon several years ago, lb one of the past prcsldc nts ol llllq natlonal al-sollatlon tum Laude ln many Fl spa-cts IS hllnlldl' to Plll Bl ta kappa, and as ln the case of thls socletv, electlon to lt IB a dlstlnctlon 52 DA VID HEER VIIIPIIICIOFICHI , . 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J'-.,' 'f ' gl Q 1 f f f ffl? fl" ' f ' f 'VV' Tj 4 ff xfi 'J' f'V,'T4 QV Q XIX vvfQ,..m.i , V' 5 x . 3 M 1 A X AX X N., X x f Laptam Duk f oons Top Row Margo, Mgr , Gill Nelson, Elllott, MacLean, Braye Slmmons Haskell Flthlan Muddle Mclnnls Leyden J Thompson Readlo E Martm Mccluskey Cushman Allen, Frayer Bottom Mr Baldwm Ben nett, Burke Theg Kaase, Capt Coons R Thompson Goldsberrv Marshall Copeland Mr Rmeer F00'l'BALL HE 1945 Hermon football squad, one of the hardest fighting, cleanest playlng grld teams the Hill has ever produced, Hnlshed a heavy schedule, crammed with tough opposltlon and featuring two schools hltherto untrled ln Hermon competition, by having onlv two defeats reglstered against lt Bullt around a trlple threat hack field contalmng newcomers Dusty Burke and Bruce MacLean, and captalned hy Dick Coons, the powerful eleven, under the able tutel age of Coach Rlneer, not only played superior ball throughout the season, but displayed 1 ontlnuallv a magnificent fightlng splrlt Facing powerful, untested Cheslre Academy ln the seasons opener the Maroon eleven, stlll an unhnlshed product after only a few weeks of practlce snatched a hard fought 62 uc-tory from the splrlted Blue and f old Powerful Bruce MacLean pushed across Hermon s only tally, after a twentv yard Copeland Bennett pass put the Maroon 'ln scorlng posltlon Again opposlng a strange team the following baturday, Hermon, disclosing mcreaslng signs of llecomlng a conslstentlv WlCl0l'l0llS club, upset Hotchklss School ln another tlght uctorv, 70 Speedy Larry lopeland snatched an opponents fumble early ln the game and clicked off a sensatlonal nlnety vards for the wlnmng tallv, while the Hermon defense, sparked bv Burke and Braye, stayed off numerous Hotchkiss storing attempts 40 : . , 9 9 9 ' . 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' A 213, Forced to Kick Cheerleaders Practice poses The Maroon took the field the followmg weekend against Kimball Union, with hlgh expectations, but the lx U grldsmen, although outplayed, succeeded ln garnering a safety and one other, a sw point tally, while at the same time allowing Hermon to score only once during the entire fray, and thus handed Hermon lts first defeat 8 6 The two succeeding contests against Wllbraham and Vermont saw the Rlneermen regain thelr stride, as both these formidable teams fell ylctlm to the power of the lrreslstlble Maroon Juggernaut Against Wllbraham, an accurate aerlal attack unleashed by Copeland, Bennett, and Burke aided the locals ln a first period tally, at the same time ending the day s scoring, as both teams settled to a three period stalemate, with the final result readmg Hermon 6-Wlllnraham 0 Reaching their hlghest peak agalnst prey lously unbeaten Vermont, the Hermon grldmen edged one of the best prep school elevens by a 7 6 count, ln a thrllllng contest The highly touted Wermont squad, running true to reputation, smashed the Maroon defense ln the opening minutes of the game for their first and only score of the day, but the conversion attempt was smothered by a fighting Hermon line The remamlng three quarters saw the underdogs constantly on the offensne, drlvmg deep into Orange and Black territory, and early ln the final period, Burke bucked over from the Vermont flve to tle the score at 66 Behind an unyielding Hermon lme, fapt Coons split the uprlghts for the wmnlng point and after a last unsuccessful Vermont att: mpt at uctorv., tha sm orc at the final whistle md: cated Hermon as ll0lllU on top, A 6 Taking the field against W llllston the next week, the Hermon warriors full of confidence, chalked up their fifth uctory as Copeland and Burke each galloped once across the loser s touchdown stripe for a 13 7 triumph ln the final game of the season the traditional clash with Deerfield a highly favored Maroon team stunnul a large trowd by losing to Deerfield on her field, lo-0, ending a successful season that reaped a harxest of fixe IITIPFCSSIWC vlctorles from a tough and heasy -uen Game schedule 41 L . . . . f - I . . f . . . . . . . . - . . . .. , . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . . 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V .- .,v ,. .U 5 ' pf Captain Bill Ha lun Standing Robba Mgr Whltnev Hallock Wheeler Nesbitt Shapiro Melby Wright qcheffer frlswold Mr Forslund Kneeling Warzecha Kellie Jacobs Capt Haslun Klett Akeret Lockwood ER ITH a true fighting splrlt the Maroon soccer team overcame Edgar Conrad, to defeat such rivals as Wllllston, fhoate, and Wil braham Taking on Wllllams I ollege as their first opponent, the Hermon klckers were outplayed but not outfought as the final count read 42 against them On home soll against the Green and White of Deerfield the Maroon was edged out 3 2 ln an ew enly matched contest Led by faptaln Bill Haslun, the team endeawored to owercome an early 2 0 deficit, but ln yaln lt was upon hapless Wllllraham Academv that the team sought to avenge the two previous defeats Completely overpowering the WlSll0I'S, Hermon pushed four goals past the Wlllxraham goalle to wln golng away Bob Akeret scored two, while hd Ixlett and Pat Lockwood notched one each The outer defense of Ed Melbv, Llovd Wfheeler, Capt Haslun, 'ind Terry Hallock prexented any Wllbra ham counters The fourth match resulted ln a 2 1 ox ertlme uctory against Choate School, Lloyd Wheeler and Bud Warzecha register mg for the 'llaroon Awengmg last vear s setback, the squad, with Ted Jacobs and flharlle lxellle scorlng, defeated a powerful Williston aggregation ln the final encounter at Deerfield the team was downed 3 1 Hal fihaplro netting the lone tallv 42 9 s ' e Y 9 M ' 4 I ' K 9 I i - : Q 9 is ' H 9 Q V . .f- QQ l 7 ig , 14, . fqf , 6 X . X 'N 7 wig?" I 'Z' I U I 9' "CW A-Y . . . . 3 ' the lack of sufficient coaehln and the absence of its ca tain X X . . . A . I f I ' . . ,V 'P x X V, W . . . . . X X I ' A . X g - X . ,dx v - . - . 1 . . . n n S U v l C 7 . - . , . V. . . , , . v U- ,. 9 . .' V y . . v V , 5 f 1. 1 5 Z X Top Chase, Perrwman Spooner M0eTlrlllg Bottom Vlltchtll Valentine Lapt 5tcwenson Awcr Parker C110 S CUUNTRY HE 194-3 f ross fountrv team came through another undefeated season ln dual meets, losmg only lll the New England Prep School fross Country Meet at Andox er ln this meet Alden qtex enson placed fourth, with Skip 'Vlltchell Russ I hase, and Don Parker mnth tenth and elex enth respettnely Exeter took first Andower second, Hermon third, and Moses Brown fourth lf the bovs had been more famlbar wlth the course, a possible wln would hawe been ours The Harriers got off to an ausplclous start ln dual meets bv de featlng Wfllllams College 26 Z9 I'he rate was won bv Stexenson fourth, fifth, and sex enth Against llope Hugh 5chool of Proudcnce Hermon had an easy time garnerlng the hrst three plat es The team was lcd bv Stewenson, who paced Wlltm hell Parkt r, and thas: 'Hr Lockwood s bovs crushed fhoate to fllllldh their othual sc ason with Steunson, tc am captain, running his best time a last I4 01 xllll hell placed second lhase and Don -iver capturing fourth and hfth ln that order The last time the bows took to the roads was ln the Knnual H4 rmon lldSSlC the Pte Rate 1hll'tW four lads braxed the bu mule course wnth thlrtw two hnlshmg Stexenson Wlltchell, and lhase took the first three places, and the coseted medals with them 43 f apt Aldlc Ste Nl nson 4 . : l S' .'v l 1, T w , I . : A ' 5 9 1 x rl Al , " 5 n N 1 KA - . . ' x , y i V. L. . 1 . I 3 I 1 1 1 . Q y g Q 4 S u A ' . ,' i ,. , V, V V- sql . xf, followed by Parker, Chase. aml Mitchell who placed respectively 1 D Q '- x ' kr' - - ' - A ' . Q 1 1 f - L. A l - ' . ' f ' ' ' ' t" V H . .' L 'D gl id 4 . . lx ' l Q 1 .1 ' : 1. A . g 4,5 LAK f dplillll Simpson Smmlmg Mr lxlrkland Hutchinson, Reichert, Cob: ellx Capt blmpson, J Thompson, lrav, R Thomp son, Dans Seated Cook larl, Newklrk lohr, Sum mon- I like WIMMI G HE record turned ln hw thle vear 5 swlmmmg team cannot he clalmed as exempllarv, howexer., conslderlnv the mexperlcnced maternal wlth which Mr lxlrkland had to work. the season should prowe trulv worthwhile ln thc tltWPlUlll1l9Ill of manv hne swimmer- for next vcar 5 squad The flret cngagcmc nt ol l9-16 was a dual mc et at Weilc van. ln wlnch though paced luv thc outgtandmv btillllllllllg ol 1 aptam Sump son and bus Summon -. dnmg thc team f-uccumhed to a superlor opponent 412l Swmmung at Durhc ld thc ncxt wee k, the team affaln mct with dcleat, thu- tlme hv thc Score ol 40 26 Dawe bra! Wlate Thompson and Harper Lohr captured the lmtlal posxtlone for Hermon ln the hreatstrokc ex ent Becausc Amherst lllvll School lacked fafllllleb., the mect wlth lllls team was held ln the Nlassachusctts Nate pool, wlth Hermon securmf' lts first uctorv hw the tlf'f'lSlYl score ol 46 11 Hermon - out-standing performer turned out to he fred larle m thc 770 Thc antlclpatc d Brown lnter-.c llflldhlll llect proud to he dlnappolnt nw. lor Ha rmon could sc cure onlw a tenth ll0'!lll0ll l .uptaln Sump-on lllllllu' the only man to place lll the kccn competition Durmv Sprlnv rcccw- the team partlclpatcd ln the ll'lllllX lnterwchola-tu Yleet llklllg al -uond among 1 lllllllllffl nt ol lout compctm-' schoo - :urs Wlaroon man plaung lll lu- cunt 44 3 ' ':. . : A , . ' , . - Q. A S. X f a x . . ' , " r' X, . ' f . H . V4 V . . E . f . I V 'll Q' 1 1 I 4 I x V X . . , 1 . ' I 1 X L I ' 'l ' U ' l U I X ' 1 P- x ' n - S ' F x K f ,' 0 . v f -- turned in a stellar performance in the 100-yard freestyle, while S, , .. I l 1 . . . 1. . e ' Q - Q 3 'B c ' ' A u v -' E . if . . . . - .. . 0 P K P l -, . . Z . -P. " .. lp.- '17 Standing Mr Wvman Shoemaker, Spooner Beatt Cochrane, Shanlev Wllkln on Jacobs, Balllle, Mgr Cutting Downes Kamerzel Schelfer, Capt Copeland, Burke Bennett Richardson HUCKEY UILT around a last high scoring first line, the Hermon pucksters were the best ln recent vears, although thev won only four con tests while losmg five and tvmg one ln the openmg days of January, the hockev team, led bv Captain Larry Copeland, who teamed with Rod bcheffer and Dusty Burke to form the first line, traveled to Hanov er, New Hampshire to take the runner up position ln the pre season Dartmouth Tournament VV1th f opeland and Scheffer setting the pace, Hermon triumphed over Hanover High and Vermont Academv 3 2 aml 4 3 respectn ely, only to have Kimball Union over take her ln the final contest and emerge as a 2 1 victor 'lhc llaroon scxtct opt md the rc ffular se Non with 1 60 shutout over YY llllbltlll, Burke leading the att uk with three 'foals and Uoalle Dan Richardson turning .1 superb performance In the iollowmv monte sts Hermon lost to Du rhf ld 6 l, tu d Y ermon 5 5 md trounca d Nl llll'wl0ll 8 0 lhe season was climax: d bv thc Pounder -s Dav vanu against Deerfield on Ilermon ne Deerfield cked out a 3 7 vlctorv m overtime ln om ot the be-it plan d hotktv ganus utr Mlll1l9"ll.ll at Harmon Burk: two goals torud the hrun twlu to coma lrom behmd the ll-t time with tilts en set onds rtmammv lhe final two Udllll5 saw llermon on the short ends ol 4 7 and 2 0 counts with Ytrmont md klllllllll l mon rtsputlvclv on the vu tor s rink- 4a f' ,f l I I fl 11" l aptam I arrv I opeland 4 ,,,,,.,.,, F ,, , K . 5 - .' 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Stmulung llawkc Mgr 'larhum Flllott Braw- -IL i 'CCS U54 I Praver, Lapt We bltt Shapiro, Ncl on Albtrts Sar nc 9' PL -'Af 'V'-'elf 741-9 fun M 5 Loach Wlcw er Kneeling H Martin E Martin QAA.-4 " 2',-Q, aruafdvwvb 71- CA-ara, .5,4AzK4v-vu.4r1- WML auf' 5'fL.o,,, 0 Juaf- Ira-vfL,4,n,JAA2A :ML .,.fA,v SCJ., c,L,-.kit fm, iA,e,,,-f-A., so-dl 4Csu-a-7. swag X-L,COu A-IL1 flu.-4,-DL, P ,ffm-,L 2 ,MAI dj lfvbafvvl-Jfvsgfs VL J -fu 'l7'0't'f.f 6 4,4 L GA.-av BA KETBALL W 7 ww 1-fa ff If ff 1 1, g A Captam Don Nesbitt W elewen game schedule wlth a contest exery Vbednesdaw and Saturdav was procured for the courtmen and durmg the 1946 season thev better: d last vear s record bv wmmng sux and dropplnv five contests The Maroon won an OW8I'1lI'll6 tussel at Kimball llIll0Il ln the 1n1t1al game of the season bv a 36 32 count ,lllll Braye wlth 1.3 pomts and Bob Nelson with 12 led the hoopmen to xutory A heart breaker was dropped to lushmg on the latter s Hoor ln the second game bv a three polnt marvln, 54 31 Hapless W ermont was trounced here on Januarv 26th to the tune oi 70 30 Braye gathered ln 18 markers wlth Don Frayer reglstermg 10 The Maroon subs kept up the pace ln the last quarter to add lnsult to lnjurv The next encounter, with Choate, prowed to be costly, for a 34 Z1 defeat was ZlIlIl'llIllS18l'6I1 to the Maroon The nlght game at Deerfield also found the Hill qumtft on the losmg end ot a 41 14 score A journev to V llbraham was a succc sslul one as faptam Nesbitt led 1113 boys to a 59 37 trlumph Don SWIBTIPI1 ln 11 whlle Nelson netted 3 18111111311 lmon affam met defeat this tlme on Hermon tcrrltorw and bw 1 32 20 -core toach l11lWlI' s squad next defeated 1 Fl jun n ated Y frmon te llll 18 39 1114 most thrllllng tontc st of the sc I-.on w is tu return :ng lgtllllfll wltll lu'-lnnv tor Hcrmon rt ur-ed tlu IIIQNIOIIN dtlc ll with 1 45 31 wln H1 rmon tlun lo-t to W llllN1Oll 49 51 and -ut cumbf d to Deerhmld 34 30 to end a talrlx -ur 1 1--lul -ea-on 16 "9 L4 f - - 1 , ' 1 . , , . : ' ' 'S. -, ' R A -. ,' . , ' .. s ,. 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Bohm 'Ugr Whitney Akcrct fapt Boyle, Coon Twomblw Joni lubrrman Ugr l OWIINF through an almost snowless season, the 1946 skl team broke Into the uctorv tolumn twlcs ln two dual meets and placed a slow fourth at the Iumball Umon Iarnnal, along wlth a third ratmg at a long belated fushmg Larnnal Once again, the major drawback was the lack oi a coach., this lack leaung the job of coachmg as well as that of serung as captain ln the able hands of Freddy Bovle lhe opemng sklrmlsh was on home snow with only three davs of practice to the snowmens credlt Despite the lack of extensne drllhng, the Maroon team took the long end of a 293 293 count over Vermont Pollowmg through on their laurels, they mxaded WIIIISIIJH to hand the hosts a declsne trollmg the slalom., toons I13Wlg3llIlg the downhlll at first IIOSIIIUH, and laptam Bowlc snaggmg the cross countrv run 'lhe major por tlon of points were carried through bv Akeret., Jones and VC llllIlLV wlth secomls and thlrds The lx I A farnnal completely upset the Wlaroon skurs vnmg them a fourth plan ratmg. oddly cnouffh be hlnd .1 weak: r Ye rmont Group The skiers sta-1ed somewhat of .1 comeback with a tlnrd team placmf' m thur hnal meat at the fu-wlnnff farnnal Xlthough Hl1l'NlllHglNlllllll Dc 1 rin ld md 1 u-hmff the ll roon 4 I-:ly out Nl on d Y 1 rmont 47 I 'H X gl K P" , 1' pg Y . ,'g g A e .v in "g ls, A. h x 1 q A . ay, .11 X 'Kllllll l I I! Y l 1 1 Y , l rl , 9 I l . . ' ' V - - - J J ' v' 1 ' . 7 283-267 setback. All three events were captured with Twombly con- Captain Fred Boyle I. . - v. , . - X , . . . ' . - , nn... . 1 ' 1 K ' nk. 1 ' ' ,y I l 9 5 v T ' ' -1 , , , , W . ' , . ' ' H . ., . , . ' ., 0, . 6 , Ma E . s A- 1 E V - - 1 . 1 Y - . ' . 1 P , . x 1 , 4 K ' P A. ' V. 0 I I ' - ' - - '- z I .' ' ,... '. zz -z " - - A, Laptaln Bob Wlulcahw i Top Row T 1 metn lewl Nair Norton Greer Bundv Middle Mr Campbell Theg Ruhl Shores Maclean Iver Ep tem Mgr Frou! Marshall Peck ham Capt 'Vlulcahw Rov Cushman De Allgffllb WIRE 'I'Ll G IVIORS ln hall oi tlus season s lour meet schedule, the 1946 Maroon mat squad, sklllfullv groomed by Coach famphell and captalned by veteran 123 pound Red ' Wlulcahy, turned ln a duo of lmpresslxe triumphs ow er Suffield and Admlral Bullard Academles, whlle dropping two well fought contests to The Lhoate School and Ml1t0H Academv Featurlng De Angells ln the 121 lb posltlon, Roy at 136 Peckham at 145 Marshall at 155, and Ruhl Cushman and Qhores welghlng ln at 166 173, and Unllmlted respectnely, the Maroon grapplers displayed tough, clean wrestllng on ex ery occaslon btartlng the season off ln an unusuallv close battle agalnst the habltually powerful lhoate team, the Hermon squad went down to defeat 24 14, as Mulcahy prouded the loser s onlv fall, whlle Mar shall s declslon and Rov s and Peckham s draws helped the Hermon cause COIlSlt10I'31l1V ln the set ond tussle howex er the now aroused Maroon matmen smotlu rc d AtlllllFdlBl1ldYll 31 1 as Dc Angells Mulm lhv Rov, Peck h un md Rulll ll ,nmd lull-. our tht ladxt-. and tha tncountcl Mllll 'Hufhc ld proud more om -ldcd 1 Hermon triumphed 570 Mlllli rt gl'-tcrlng a total oi tour lllllb and iour 11111510115 Battlln Wlllton, one of the best plep school Mleilllllg squads m New I' ngland ln the final contest the f dlllp1lP11lllLll pros ed no match lor the more c xperlenced slsltors and closed the season M1111 a 29 2 setlrat k 48 HERMDA, ,tangy I We .EIIKON Top Zllnmerman Bennett MacLean Mr Meyers zlllddle Hammer Cood Thompson Fox Flthlan Nesbltt Bottom Kamerzel Copeland Elllott Capt Scheffer Boyle, lxusel Kellle BA EBALL S the Fatewuy goes to press Wltll over a week remalnlng before the openlng baseball game, lt IS posslble at thls tlme to present only a FCVICW of last veal' s ball club and glve a descrlbtlon of how thls year s team IS ll8V8l0plIlg Last year the Hermon ball team won three games and lost as many In the opener Hermon defeated Vermont, but ln the second meetlng of these two teams Y ermont redeemed ltself Hermon plcked up two vlctorles bv beatlng W llllston and Massachusetts State College, but the Maroon succumbed lWllC to a powerful Deerfield nlne Rod Scheffer, a dependable catcher, was elected captaln, and together wlth bls outfielders Bob Thompson and Pete Flthlan and lnfielders Larry Copeland, Bob Elllott, and Don Nesbltt returned to form the nucleus of thls vears team Jolnlng Scheffer ln the catchlng department IS Chas lxellle, a rellable hltter The pltchlng well as Paul I ood and Blll llox, who rccened valuable evperlenle last year on Junlor YHPSIIV and ,Iunlor League respectlwelv The ln field shapes up as Joe Ixamerzel on the lnltlal sack., Hank lxusel at second, Copeland on shortstop., and Flllott on the hot corner Boll Thompson, Pete Plthlan, and Dllk Halnnler appear to be the start lng outfield All three are mapable batters 'lhe schedule tonslsts of nlne games, two each wlth Deerfield, Yermont, and Wllllston, and one with Massachusetts State 49 vs 1 'Al f yitffo, " HRM Y' ,Q 'Q ff- 17 fapt Rod Scheffer 'Av' -9- nag, V Y 4 , ff , fy' T? avi .y . : . , , , . . . . . : 9 7 9 .9 9 ' : ' 5. 1 1 ' 3 9 ' gil! PW VK Q 9 1 . I . . g 16 . , . . . f p . , . . 1 1 . L ri' - 4: 5 . ' .. - . - Q Y . , . . . . staff includes new students Gale Bennett and Bruce MacLean as AV . 7 . . . . Y - - V '2q,1., I' - 5 VI " '. ' u 1 1 ALI" . 1 - . . , I . 1, C . f-- Q, , M'-:Z Lapt Lloyd Wheeler Top Mr Wyman, Summer,Thompson, Leyden, Shoe maker, Melhv Marshall, Ballhe, Theg Greenwood, Sherer Mzddle Mr Klrk DeAngehs Haslun Slmp son Akeret Coldsherry, Nelson Coons Wrlght, Mr Mlldram Bottom Ivers, Allen, Wheeler, Martin, Jones Beaver Spooner LACRIISSE HE 1945 lacrosse team proved to be a hard fightmg, well hal anced organlzatlon Led by Captain Coons, the Maroon stlckmen had only three games ln which to prove their capablhty owlng to the home and home serles, the team succumbed after well fought con tests, losing each hy a shght margm 'lhe bovs were mtroduced to poor lacrosse ln a one sided game wlth a strong Wllhams College ten, composed of all Navv men, a game ln which the Hermomtes had a difficult tlme holding their own 'Vluch experlence, however, was gamed by the junior members of the team under Mr Nctter, who ended hls coachlng career at Mount Hermon to be succeeded by an old Hermomte, Mr Wyman Thls resume of the 1945 season and preview of the 1946 season lS belng wrltten four davs before the openlng game with Lawrence Academy The ten players most hkely to start are as follows on the attack Laptam Wheeler, Jones, and Martin, at the mldlield, Coons, Akeret and Goldsberry, wlth Shoemaker, Icyden, and Melhv on defense, and Sherer ln the goal The team, composed malnlv of Seniors, IS confronted bv the first full schedule smce the end of the war Four home and home games, two each wltb Kimball Union and Deerheld, will be played, while a game IS scheduled also at Andover A 4. 5? 5 s .i :rf ? h am 4 QQ., il S ,g W2 X 'vs - K if, 52 lack of organized lacrosse teams in this area. Meeting Deerfield in a ' . . . l Y l . V . I , , . a . . . 50 W Flrst Row Roberts, Burns, Shores, Kaase Babcock MacDonald Case, Mr Lockwood, Mr Forslund Braye Mr Nlblock, Mr McVeigh Luchs, White Bohner Velghte, Bracket, Bernstrom .Second Row Haskell, Kirk, Mueller, Markert, Chute, Pease, Madden, Mr Campbell, Bacon, Green Third Row Wasley, ,lone Vlannmg, Roba, French, Damels, Royar Hanna, John son Armen Roles, Shanley, Braye, Hutchinson, Strat ton Llnn Ruhl Fourth Row Paton, Powell Bull Rudolph, Conners, Allen Ayer, Powers, Parker, Carle Stevenson Bell, Powers, Waldo Valentine Fifth Row Hochstradt, Hunter, Mitchell, Cushman, Ide Chase Hlndmarsh Moore, Twomblv Purcell Willard Hunter Heller, Bohm TRACK AST Spring s unpredu table Maroon track squad, although cred lted with only one victory, over Vermont Academy, and Wllll losses to both Wllllston and Deerfleld ln dual meets, nevertheless carved for ltself a niche ln Hermon athletic history Thls occurred when lt captured top posltlon once agam lor Mount Hermon ln the annual Hermon Interscholastlc, deleatmv not only both lts preuous corquerors, but many others of the most imposing names ln New England prep school clnder competltlon This year the team has been heanlv augmented by much new talent, ln addltlon to retalnmv a considerable experienced nucleus of last vcar holdowers wlnh wlll dennltelv gunlc and ste ids th squad m nts lmpendlng contests Veteran Bob Whitney wlll avaln lu id the hurdlcrs and Jumpers Hutcnmson f ushman, llue ller, and lonts as top man ln the e ments The mlddle Ill3ldIll6S wxll be covered bv Yalentlne Qtratton and Aver, while manv experienced mllers are on deck It d bv qt: wen on, Parker, llltchell and f base 1 :pt ln Pr ner lxaase and Ha lu ll head the weight d rartments Hulvl sho.1ld do well ln the va elm and Brave dlscloses talent ln the xaultmg put 'I he season s schedule llsts dual contests with Yermont W llllston, and Deerfield with thx anticipated lnter cholastns on Wav lf! 11 f S Lapt Don Prau r 11 KY 4 X. . 3 s 9 l , . Q . I , , ' : ' 5 ' 9 9 ' ' . ' : s, A . . , - 1 I s ' 9 9 0 : 5 5 'E , Y u 0 , Ny 9 . , ' : 1 9 J , ' 1 . Q 9 9 ' T 9 ' CQ J 1 ' , ' ' A ' ' . . . . 0 1 ' U ' . . ,. . . while shortervdistance prospects appear extremely favorable with ' "l l f I J 1 I ' . . O A , u . y . Y . - s VJ 'X y Q 1' ,- fu . fa 27' 'aj . ' ' - ' ' :rg ' . . 1 ' 2 ' . " ' ' . V fy A 2 v .M J . W . . . 1 , U V ,u v 1 4 ' I I f n 1 -, I X e . . ' . I 'ax In H. A Capt Ted Jacobs DQ Mr Alexander Terhune Crlswold, Powell Capt Jacobs Crawford Coates, Capps, Luedemann Nair, Manvllle ITH newly prepared courts under their feet, the members of the 1946 Mt Hermon tennls team look forward to an lnterest mg season during whlch they wlll put themselves across the net from players from Deerfield, WllllSl0n, Vermont, and Klmball Umon Whlle last season s record was not lmpresslve, lt provlded a few good matches, notably a close encounter lost to WllllSl0U and a victory over Vermont Academy In two other contests, Deerfield declslvely defeated Mt Hermon The prospect for thls Sprung, however, as has already been stated IB promlsmg Coach Alexander, who has taken over the coaching rems thls year, has a number of talented net men, led by veteran Ted Jacobs, able captam New Student Juniors Roly Coates, former Wfestern Massachusetts Badminton Lhamplon, and Tom Terhune are both smooth players, and with Junlor Herbert Hansen, should do well ln competltlon Sophomore Dave lowell shows adeptness at qulcklv learning and applvlng good form Rounding out the squad IS Qenlor Fordon GPISM old, who IS well acquainted wlth tennls tenets The four men returnmg next September will certainly benefit by the experience thev gam while playmg this year and form a talented nucleus for the 1941 group Their lllllllellldlff value to the team, how ex er, IS not to be ox erlooked, and together with the benlor mem bers tllew should proude lnore than acceptable tennis tlus qprlng 32 X X TENNI Z, l 1 1 9 . . - . . -' I . . , ' . , - Q A . 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L1 IIE Afw QXJ01 If IW frgx K Y ' 5 gig Q ACTIVITIES I gf UTS Back Row D l owl ll Flllott ,I 'Iholllp on WVadl1 ugh Front Row Akcrlt Alll ll W hl 1 ltr l rl s S1 hc ff: r, Marsh all lit ll 'Vle lbw TUDENT COU CIL HIS V1 ar wlll long be rt nu mbered ln Hernlon hlstolv as one of the 0lll bldlltllllg years lll Student lounul lllstorv lor lt has brought forth much closer coordlnatlon and cooperatlon between student and faculty through the Qtudent founcll Approwilmatelv once a month a student faculty llleetlng has been held durlng Wblllill melnbers of the qtudent Founcll llase IllSCllSSCll matters of mutual concern Wllll a selected group of faculty Tllls method of 1llSf'llSSl0I1 has proved much more beneliclal to botll student body and fat ultv than tha lll'1Vl0llS years svstem of presentatlon of student problems Rod Qcheffel, the popular Councll Presldent, has dlsclosed 3Ill3Zll'lg dptltlllle ln accompllshlng worthwhlle atlllexements dlrected toward the progress of the school The Constltutloll Lomllllttee, the purpose of whlch was to unlfy I ount ll procedure, orlglnated wltll the Louncll, and several of the most able members of the group ll ue conle from tllat body The louncll has created an atllletlc councll whlcll has establlslled definlte standards for the 3W3I'IllIlg of Varslty letters It also has done work on the problem of perllllsslons for golng lnto bl eenfield Bs no means the least of the worrles of the Student Councll IS the more llllplt dbdlll dutv of dlsllpllne Htrc lll lllll5NdI'V firmness IS wltal, llllt the vl1llllN1ldV uelllnv 1115510115 lll tllc brull Room are far mort than lntre SlbNl0llS for lllellllg out punlslllllult lt lb here tr lllllllg lll ClllZCIlSlllll lb fostered The tenlral lc ature of stud: nt gos ernment IS the plan of denloc l IPS when bv each lll Ill ls vuarantl 4 d the l lgllt to be gow Brllftl and f'llHGlPI'lPIl by lllh plus It IS on tllls pl llltlpll that student g0Xl,I'llllll'lll wlll llI'Olll0l6 gfood litizlllsllip by p 'uillff responsibility on the Sllltlllll body that tu, Studt nt fllllllt il lrls opt r'ltf d YY1 of tllf l l'lss of 46 oll bt hall' of the 1 lllll'9 st llool and 'ltllllllllSll'Llll0l'l offer lll3llkS to the Council for 'l S0lllPWS'll'll thankless job well executed. 34 HH HRUI f HUL I' the past year the IIIIPFPSSIWQHPGS of our ehapel seruees has been much enhanced by the lnspxrlnfr muslc' presented bw the members of the cholr fhew haxe superbly re nde red the works of some of the world s most famous compose rs uneler the glllflllvf hand of Wlr Albert Rat mond to the hnlshed accompanmu nt ol Wlr tarlton L Hommcchc u at the organ 'Ihe nun ol the choir haw been the backbone ol the school at the three coneerts thus wear 'lhxs large group ls composed for the most part of the l hanc el 1 holr The A fapella eholr eonslsts oi a more select group of N011 es.. Its part haunv been that of slnglng the more tlllTiC'llll anthems at t It Sundaw sc rx ues anel at the concerts durmg the wear rlhe most sc lect groux ls called thc rlrlplc 1 uartc t, whlch ls composed ol the twelxe out stanchng YOII es ol the student boelv The three coneerts presented thus vear base been memorable Bach s Break Forth 0 Beauteous Heawenlv L1ght" and hlorv To bod fronl Handel s vl9SSlllh ln the entlre eholr., and the A fapella s presentation of Lead, She phercl. Lead mstantlv come to mmd when one lb recalllng the lhrlstmas eandlehght seruee At the next joint coneert with the Northfield Sehool for fnrls. eommemoratmg Easter, the combined eholrs presented Ye Sons and Daughters of the K1 g The final and nlost lllbplrllla lflllblfdl ex ent ol the vear was, of eourse.. the Sacred lone ert This vear the selections were chosen to corrc spond to the chffc rent relwlous pc rlocls ol the church calendal this cholce gunner contmulty to the performance lhls renew would not be complete wltbout mentlonlng the brllhant solos ol Douglas Wesoske Top Row Lhase, lcrrw man Bc ne r, Ake ret lasc, larker Freeman Nc lson Fllhldll loalcs Flllolt, Burns Sehe ffe r, loons Seronel Row lsu, Brown Woodworth Parker Mael can, Donnelw Iiardwell Arnold He llc r, brav lushmg Anderson Rower Woods l oblc lla Thzrel Role Vlllc ham l arapc twan llc lfc r, I rw, V lllard, Ilalghl luc h Ste ve n son, Moshlrl, Wdlllllgll, Bell 0 Brien fourth Row Cushman, Mel oem, lllchfleld Ifmdlav Dalllels, Larapetvan, Wesoskc Aelams, Mc rron lxcnnedv Sellares Bottom Ron ferrw, leek Thompson lxelhe, Luttlng Babrenburg, Fennel, Helsenbuttel, Look E 'VIartm, Mitchell Wlelnnes broth 53 , L -V S . gl L I x L -. S S l . V ' I ' ' ' i L L ' ' ' I ' Q ' .Y ' cl ' .V h c' ' ' . . P ' 1 u . I ' " Q ' - i K' . A1 1 1 . P 3 3 1 Av' I I l 1 1 A- ,. A . ' - .L - A- -- , V ' , - 4 ' ' I ' ., p . Y . . ,1 . -5 f ' h I ' 1 " ' - v - ' - Q 's I ' s '4Sing Allelueia Forth," by Thiman, while the A Capella group presented ss K' , , J Y-n 7.9- . A ' 1 ' ' B -' 1 - K I ' 1 W K S I l . l L l 'P' l l I' L D 5 ll l 1 in 'A' I . I X . ' y . ' . . 7 . e .4 - . c , '- -. 3- x ' . . . ' . ' '. . ' . 'V '. Q if - H A A r w T 1, A B Q A . ' -s, . 5, , - - - . J. . ' :' .' U ' , ' . 'v 'x , 1 - QI.. Q . . :. .' ' ' ' . '1 1. 5 , l 1 I 'u 1 f 1 u . u p As. A . v ,V . ' r A 5 . 4 4 q .n i 9 X 1 v 9 , -- - 0 1 ' , . . 4, . Standing: Storner, W'ilcox, Kilburn, Johnson, Irwin, Haskell, Foss, Jenks, Bab- ick, Epstein. Seated: Carl- son, Greene, Lohr, Cris- wold, Hare, Mcflorkle, Armen, Baird, Gifford. Standmg Carlson, Greene Cllute, Lohr, Kennerlv Knl burn, Johnson, Qtorner Irwln Seated Fennel White, Huene, Clccarelll Sander, Hunt, Becker YDLR the adpdhlt lIll'PlIl0l1 ol Ilr ,Ieffs the hand has had .-1 Ill'-VIII! successful vear XYIIIIOIII spflrmg of hnmsell he and Howard lrwun 1 l lgently labored Mllll the hows to produce much appreualul music Dur mg the fall the hand prow ldul Qlllllllliltlllf' lllllwli' for the iootlmll team and the students on the altlelllltb One oi the unforgettable memorles ot the Hlll wlll he lhost tunes ec l1om1f back and iortll across the Ydllu. anud tht encouravmff tlleers oi one s intends UHCHESTR UR tlle more sc 1 IUUN stude nts ot lllllNll . ilu 1,11 In -tra affords .ln 1 xt ella nt UIDIDUFIIIIIIIW to put into llldllllt M mt thu haw --In nt l0llU' hour- learn 1' n DJWIIIQ unn IUHIIIUIIN 0 1 1 td Xdllllt 0 tom m-.us Nklll u N llllltllll le d In Ill lllllillll t ll tc lf -ha cum nm: wut 1 lllllNllldlI'4 hom ll Dllllllllll N1 lmol lm I n 1' It 1 Ittl I lIlll'lll" tln YN Ill n s . m ltmn ol nmns .un .Int 11 Ill! nn u annual Murad Ionul :fl , ' , . . f : . Q l I' ll I 1 ' I . . ' 1 1 4 1 I 1 ' ' . . .. t , - ' 13 v . ' : ' ' ' Q , ' " " rl. v v. 'Y ' i. 5 . U - , - s - v ' " - 1 f I ' 1 Y ' r W- v- n 1 ' 1 L 1. c ,Y .5 E . . s. I l l L' h '. A' L' I A' . U. I i I t LA' I 1 K' I LA' h l inl., I " ll' ' I ' J I' 1 ,xr -'l ' " ' .' I' - I 5 Q " I' Il.' ' ' ' -A '. .-X' .' . I -U'-I " ' I ' -I 'I Q '- tl - X1 ' ' ' .' ' ' ' Q' 'ls lo ,ite ll well- ' 'veit 4' I ' ' "la I ' P ' ter tern . und preyentcel 'lll excellent re I' ' ' li' .' ' I ' I 1 .1 ' tl 1 3 - . . . 1 . I .L Strulfling: Tac-lvr. Mr. Bald- win, Thvg. Seated: li. Mar- tin, Chairman Good. Klc-tt. Stlllllllllg Arnold I'e.l-v Crawford, Woods Seated Spear, HBIDYHCFNIFOIII Frw De Angells, Ru-bv PRES CLUB F'l ER .1 ldpsf of sew-ral wears tlll lllllllll Horlllon Pre-ss flull w.l- used ld-t fall under the lmulfl-lllp ol llr Baldwin 'lhv ollject ot the group IN to -upplw New York lgllillbll 5llI'lYl"flfl1l .uld other lllflftllllllllrlll .l- wc .l-. llolllm town l.l ll rs wlt l nm w- o 4 rllloll t IN ftllll lo-1 ll ol t lrc Sclllor- two lllll0l'N .lllll l Sop lolllorc .lu hood dtllllg .l- lllN u.lr- 1ll.llrnl.1ll H1-ulcs wufu-siullw pllllllIl7lll" tllt SIll00l tlli Prev 1 lull oflll- lt- lllelllllf r- pr.1rtlf'.ll Journ.lll-tu fxpa ru nu Pllllllll rllltln-f 1 l . - 4 - .l 4 1 - . .l- .l .1 ol".llll1.ltloll l lull r tllc l l Q 1 lI't1ll0ll o l IXUII .llll t It 4 u tl Ill D0 llli rl IIN l lll'ld!lIl Ulllll l ll' .l--1 lll l I1 twlu we 1 Lls prowluc llll' IIIJIIW ern l l l 4 mu- o Milt lll.lll- ll l ll ll 1 lllllll o -npplxln llolllro .me lt . s . - - - -ll lc rlol NUI lll nlll lllff l 1 - . . e . Ill ltu flull llltllllltlllllli 14 l l l l ' ' 'l' .' ".v' 4 Y Y. .A --l . 1--x -' ' ' .I '-lla' - 'VI-5 'l fll- .I I 'l -Q- ' ' ,I ' ' 1 .' I '. P' l ' '- ' l'. . 1 ' 1 . lx' .Lf A: l lift- ' '- ' .' 4' P , Af . . . psi- A ' 1 -5 ' ' 1 . . I lllf l' ' ' , illll w"l.' r '-illfl' ll -l on tllc- Hill tlli: vc-'ll' 'Q 'll ' 1-til 1- ',.' ' . ' - -zll- I' fNl'.N'f ' I I -l-1 Ivs 'I l' l.o l" tl'.'c-ltl l ll-I ",. 'U'--l'tall-I'---. l' 'll ' .l'l.I all" l. -"g Uk llzlll ' l tl - l'lllll1ll'y w itll prilltl-sl Ill'lllt'l'. llll' rlull also ell-in-l'u-s prui. 4- for it: . I - ' ' 'k ' Q " t' ,. ull l -tio 1'l'l'llill'illl'. 'llltl litc'l"ltlll'1- for tll - llrw- Standing: Scheifer, Cope- land, Frayer, Nesbitt, Simp- son. Scaled: Stevenson, Haslun, Coons, Mulcahy, Boyle. Seated Leyden, Wheeler, Shoemaker, Jones Melby, Mar-hall Qtmulmg Kamerzel., Nes butt, Burke CAPTAI CLUB HIS Vcar the Faptams Club has lllllldlefl a noteworthy reform ln the athletic pohcv of the school 'lhe Club, the xarsltv coachlng staff, and Dr Rubenflall, as an honordrv member, comprise a board that has deter lllllletl the standards ln each ll'ltllN ulual sport by whlch Hermon men can obtam the coxetefl H Thls progressne actlon adds prestlge to school lettermen Through the mspnratlon of the captams, both on and off the athletlc field, Increased respect for good sportsmanship has been ln ex lclence on the Hlll DEACUY S has bun the cu-.tom ln past V1 urs, thf Stuchnt Demons hate serxetl ls 1 tu be tvun tht llll"l0llh illlWllllh ot thc school xml thf stuchnts llu lla uons unah rt ilu ns thur l1ill0llNlllllllW the qlutns oi lbbl5llIlg at tommumon md the u 'ful u 'Numl n scruus .xml is nu mln rs oi the I hurih l'XltllllNt 1 Ullllllllllt to unu tht stuah nt opmlons put unmg to the ahurc ll Flhun 1 fforts III llu p lst lulpul mgunn student lul thapcl strut cs, which an 1 memor iblc p ut ol He rlnon llie 38 W. ': I . . , , ,. . , h . . r . - . . 7 as ,, . .V . . ,, . ' . . A :sz '- - , - z -. - :. - -1' x - 1'-as - . f - rt a . . . . . . N . 1. . . .'. .. . ,. e. 1 - 1' - . . Standing: Maldarclli.. Hart- wig. Seated: Hallock, Mr. Thach, Ido. gfllillllllg Pitt, Heer, Elllott Fennel, Bohm, Crav Mad den Berman Seated P Theg, 'Vlr Erickson Thompson, Pres I ood R n l 1 wus HE Art Ilulr completed another actne worth whlle vear, spent ln ap preclatlon of great palntlngs and sketches bv famous artists, and practlce ln hetlerlng their own artlstlc alnlltv 'llr Thach, wlth the cooperatlon of the llhrary, secured manv slldes of varlous types of palntmgs which were of much value to the group Headed hv Terry Hallock ln the role of chalrman., the Art Club gamed mxalualnle knowledge that wlll scrxe them ln good f-lead In future wears DEIWPING YlNf 1 lu an 1 lu u 1 o llllrllllllrll llll llllllil I0 1-.lu dilute'-. tru ndls cada r-lnp ol tn 1 I tw sl-1 r r nrrx l-ru -on mr aul hood l,l'tNlllllll the Uroup la- l0NllI'l1 llNllllNl0l1 ot mms 1urr1nt prolvlun- ll0lll ndtlonal and lntcrn ltlon al R1 prc fntalnf- ot thc -orutw partu lpated ln -utral school assa mlvln 5 and nunu ron- mtr unur al de lv lt: - 'lhe Urcffon Swstcm was cmploud Ill .nd to logu al thouffht 19 A . : . . , ' .Ye ' ' , . . : . L . ' V , .' 3. f , cf, 1- ".'. .lll'l' . x 1 .v ' -Y . . . A, A ARR','lt -1"'s-l-ll- l" 1 1 1 l' "sl l1."- -1 thc Mount llcrmon Forum completed another Sllt't't'Sil'lll year. lwndcr them- fl" ' l-f1l'll"1ul'.".ll.ll1 v A. l"k.' .1 l P' ' . ' . - ,., l'. 'J 1 -I l'." ' 1 "- - 1 kj. 4 . 1 l 1 2 . 2 I I ls 1 A . hx' . L A' I' A " l xt LN'-f 1 ff A- u- . A 2 1 ' ' .1 P . . Sllllllllllg Theg Mori land llc ndl r-on, Anderson, Str ltton Bohnl, I' llhldll Stoll: r. Kcnncdv, Rc dlft r, Moc hrlng Matson llultllc Row Akf nt Alla n l'cnnf1I lxlt nu r, Alla n Vlarbhall Parkt r, Ill rbst, V1 -o'-ks , D n 1- Front Row Ball N1 whall Bu-bw Titu- DRAMATIC HEN an annountemc nt 15 made to the Student body that there will be a productlon present: d by the Dramatn llub, tlcksts are eagfrlw acquired ln dI'lIllllD3Il0l'l ol an enjoyable ewenmf' First night: rs. wlthout tht IIECGGBIIV of bemg ln tht know or pavmg btalpa r pru es, take m ex ervthmv about the periormanmes and then proc eed to pral-.e or tondunn thtm In an awartntsb ol Illlh watchful audn nu, tht at torw. knowing that the slwhtf -t nn-.hap will be uncoxercd, are carilul and put manw hourb ol work mto the maklnvf of onc of thelr many hltb rlhe club. thleflv bet ause ol xts IIIFQQIOI' Ilr Wlorrow. and a lI'lIll3I dlltlllillt e, offc rg ext eptlonal opportunltlc s to tho-e lnterc wted Ill ac Illlg or partlclpatlnv ln back slam work fhe pri-ldcnt Fred All: n.. ls l0llllllf'l'HIltI for In- dIDlllIV to had the tlnb.. and Dane Ixlenn r 1 hkew lst .. 1 onffratulated lor lu- capable workmanship with the production mrew In tht sea-on H fir-at 0fIt'l'lllU Snalu. Ronald iteuns proic--lonalls dlflicultug to the ex er lllCI'PdSlllg plot compluatxon- Hts agtomwhed palcnt- and ir1endQ wire wuperblv plaud bw a competent supportlnv ta-t Despite IIIHII ultu S. the stage crtw worked wondt rg and producul a hr-,t cla-1 Pomona home fostume- Ilffhtlng, and llldlxl up POIIIIIITUIPII lllllf'll to the merlt ol the production and the all round loops ratlon betwt en stave hand- and actor- ploduu d 1 dt ll"IlIIlll perlormanu 14 lfatclun we nt to pre-N n on t le - nnv' plot muon wa- pu-entu the Jramatn un Ill mon um lon Ml 1 It 1 mama n soc IP w 1 4 5 I' I 1- I Q In - lf' 1 tl tw loin lllllllllllllll - tw ne-enttd Ill own cup s moxm llllllltl Bloat was Int wa- the 1 I3 am with 'INIIIH tnnt ln tu had lol: -uppoltt tl bs Jani Shanahan am Ntexe xllltllldlll mdnatxon- lllllllllll to 1 notable -ucceu b t, . : .V 5 F I 7 r X K' S K. k q .. .' . K. l i - - - , - 1 1 5- 1A- L- 1 2 4 B-. 1 . Q , . , , 5. '.q ' X.. 1 I I . ' 1 ? A , .. - ' 11 1 1 . . ' . rl - 1 J . . V. 1 V x 1. 1, . . , '11 l . V, U L . U 1 . , . f I I U L' I I J I 'L' I h L . 1 1 1. 1 11 - ' '1 11 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 V V' . 1 ' , 1 1 1 1 V 1 1. 1 , 1 . 1 1 . A . L ' 1 C l . . D 1 . D I ' A' I ' I ' . ,Lf 1 1 1. 1 ,. . 1 . A 1 ik' I I 'L' 1 . . ' 11 1 1 1 ' Y y - 1 1 1 1 I.. '1 1 - 1 C 11 ' rlavcd bv Bob Akeret as a discharffed serviceman yrox ided lllElllV of thc . . U 1 ' 1 ' 1- ' -' 1 S' 1 ' 11 ' S. 'S 1 1 'S . 1 , if I I . ' l ' ' ' l ' " 0 ll " W . I 1 1 v ' ' 1 , 1 . 1 ' ' 1 ' 1k S 1 - ' Y - 1 A 1 1 f ' T - 1 :C 1 ' 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 . . 1 1 - . 1 , 1 1 Q I 1 Z 1 .P . I 1 I L. TI - ' ' 1' '- I -I' ' x I 11 " ,, ' I " " 1' ' - - I. but - I ' - '- ffl I. ' ' 't' 'tl tl ' I" ' I' ' 1' " t" ll' th - '. L.. w"11' in Ha 'ch r -I "ll'.'ll A on X of Ie I" ' ' I ' - ' 11' ' er F . I ' - . "0 'T ' ." l-- II' I S I ' " ' ' I '. '-.T Ilaf. ' I ' .I14 1' F- -l' 1. ,. . 1. B. . . 'V . , A' . . . . I 0 Standing Ixlett Valentine, lxle mer lewis, I Theg, tllllllllg, lW0l1llllW Aka ret, II Vlartln, Nair, Redlfer, Rlehardson, Marshall Seated Thompson Haslun 'Vlr Erie-leson, Allen, Editor Row, Wilkinson, Good Flthlan HERMO ITE HI' Hermomte bears the dn-tim tne honor ot being the olde st organization here on the Hill Prom 1884 to 1926 ll was lsnued monthly db a maga zine aerung the Interests oi both Northfield SCIUIHJFW and 'Ilount Hermon. but from that year lt has been published bl weeklw as the organ oi 'Vlount Hermon From 1926 the paper lnlpI'0YfIl ste adllv. so that ln 1931 it became a member of the lfllllllllllcl 5eholastle Press Assoelatlon. a national Soeletv lor se hool journals 'lhls vear, under the exeeptlonallw capable edltorahip of Ralph Row the paper has forged ahead The Hermomle has endeasored to present aeeur atelv and eomprehensn elv all news of the be-hool Toward this end all -ports hate been eoxere el with Bill Haalun ablw managing the Qvports Ntaff Paul Good with his readw wlt has prouded an outlet for the lighter tae els of students life in his humor eolumn. one oi the best reeened ol the lnnoxa tions Another eolumn dewoted to deeper gubjeets l'alriax eomposed bw Dusty Elliott haa been designed to foster better relatlons between the news as mav be Naluable to Hermonltes ln the lr soelal se ntures Bw means o It osa ane dlll u work o ree en in tu position ol Business anage r t It Hermomle has be en lble to issue Ironl time to tnne a num re r o six rage issues am in a issues l It re haxe been more pletures eoxerlnff the WdI'l0ll's news ae 11511115 ol the sehool Ueeupwmv the Ilttle Ienown position o Ks lhldlll I'e I or liob XY illunson las desoted llllllitll whole hearted x to tle or o Uettl 1' out 1 supe rlor ru alle ation I erhaps one o t ll most neu ee aeeonlplls nne s is lt e Us dllllll that has been main dllltl ns war N ween le ra nr ane It Wtue ent I ouneil so that student opinion mas be more tree Iw xoleed an mv t If se bool as a w I0 e 6I I I s I . l ' ll . 1 . l I '5 v., ' 1 -' I Y- 1 ' - . Hill and Northfield by presenting. in the author'5 distinctive manner. sue-h I' tl - I ,"I ' I I" ' I I' I I' I" 'I All - . ' I - ' ' .' yi.. .-I. -, .. 1 . .' - . ' .. I. 1 . . I ' .ll I . . . . . . . '. . ' F -- F - ' - ' ' f .- ' . I't . ' " .' lu' - x ' ' - -' 'If I' I I' ,.- 'n, 1 .' - ' I I ' -' ' . '- ' Q - I' I - .' - -- I -I ' -- 'QI -nt, tl - 'I pe-r rel" ' "t" -ltl'.' I-t'-- tI-l'l- ' Itlx I - 5- 'Q ' 'I I-. Top jones, Willard Bernstrom Bell Haight Donlev, Beaver, Chase Coblella Steven son Melbv Marshal Terhune Frv McVeigh Wlulrllc Wilcox Peck Cutting, Barton Bassette Cook Fmlav Parker Case Anderson Arnold Wadlelgh, Ekdahl froth, Mac Innes Bottom Twomblv Akeret Mcloon Carapetvan Daniels, Cushman, Iltchfield Vesoske Adams Herron, Fmdlav Kenncdv Larbonell qalares, Loons Floor Parker, Tsu Mitchell Larapetvan, Helftr Burns Bardwell Ferrw GLEE CL B OR the first tlme ln a number of vears, Mount Hermon was prnlleged during 1940 46 to hawe the Glee Club take part lll the extra curricular actlvltles of the school Numerous were the engagements on the calendar of this organlzatlon for rallus and benefit concerts on campus and ln neighboring towns Early ln the Fall the Hermon singers made their first appearance ln famp Hall, where thev prow lded an excellent assemblv program Following the Christmas hohdavs, a Joint concert bv the orchestras and the glee clubs of both schools was presentul lll tht Northfield cll,lIlll0I'llllll, one that sul passed all rtlatnelv rccent com erts of its tvpe In tht Qvprmg under the tllI'llll0I'l of Mr Rlymond md with Wlr LHommuheu as acmompanlst the group sang for a Prisoners Benefit ln breenfuld Phe largest und: rtaklng bv this musical group ls alwaws to bc had at the close of the war Late ln the Spring the blee f lub presented the Gilbert and Qulhsan operetta lhe Pirates of Penzance, for the students, and a week after commencement lt wlll gne a lepeat performance for the re turmnff alumni Douglas Yesoske the president, admlrablv filled the lead mfr role Wllll Bob Lltchheld John Herron, Don Adams and Alfredo farbonell ln tht supporting parts The musual tralmnv was under the tap ahh dlrectlon of llr RdVlll0lltl Wllllf llr Donosan no less tipiblv serud as tht dramatu director A suutsslul afhhate ol tht f he f lub w ls the trlplf quattet ln Htltlllltlll to Hlllglllv' its own numbers at all fflee flub benefits the triple qu lrttt p irtlup atm d m numerous pro-fn uns ot its own lt was prese nt it tht Star Rlllw and latfr trauhd to llontafrue and Turmrs lfalls, m uldltlon to pe rlornunff it 1 lxlwanls flub llllllltl' ln bra enheld 62 5 5 9 ' 9 1 9 9 '. 9 9 ' 9 . 9 N 9 9 ., 9 9 1 : 9 9 9 . . 9 '9 9 . 9 ' ' 9 - 9 - 9 9 9 P ' S. : i , , , , ' , , . 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