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

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fs isx W.. N , N X X -....... A-N...,. 1 1 I 1 4 """i k"'s...,,. -wp.. x wg ysnv. -.mt 4 me 59,4 .-, WH? 1-.e mis ,!,. . 'iff L. . fs nfl rf 'LM ad f . :lik i' V. LES:-"'Azg . , ,Q ," Nkf - - 1 -534, wg.. 5953! ' '1+.w.. N Bei 522 M r v 1 4 f - 1 , :W ff Wr- if Af ,,, , A' P 'Vu J., ,, mf ,,,, Vu F 1 2 e , r' N., .. . lv-4 K 4 v 1 51 X915 - H N 4 Q ik his k , Li www usually 'P SE 3 N' Swahili gateway MOUNT HERMON SCHOOL MOUNT HERMON, MASSACHUSETTS Headmaster Y mingling a sense of humor with a captivat- ing personality, our new Headmaster has won the respect and admiration of both the student body and the faculty, It is far from easy to step from the pulpit of a North Carolina church into the administration of a preparatory school, espe- cially in the midst of a rapidly progressing school year. But Dr. Craig has taken over where Dr. Rubendall left off. He has fitted so well into the life and pattern of the school, that it seems as if he has been here longer than we. Mount Hermon has grown in stature under her past headmasters, and it is certain that under him she will continue to grow. DR. ADAM W. CRAIG Princeton University, Princeton Theological Semi nary, University of Edinburgh-A.B., Th.B. Ph.D., Headmaster. DR. HOWARD L. RUBENDALL Dickinson, Union Theological Seminary, Trinity- A.B., B.D,, D.D., l..H.D.g President of the North- field Schools. ROGRESS at Mount Hermon and the name of Dr. Howard L. Rubendall have heen synony- mous for fifteen years. We, the Class of 1959, have felt an attachment for Dr. Rubendall much stronger than that which comes from the retogni- tion of his skill as an administrator. He has been to us a close friend for three and one-half years: he has been keenly interested in us and in our problems. This devotion to us, to Mount Hermon, and to the whole field of preparatory school edu- cation has made us appreciate him immcasurealwly. and has given us insight into the meaning of the word "service" Therefore, we, the Class of 1959. acknowledge Olll' gratitude hy dedicating to him the 1959 Cfzlerway. Dedication W X X , gx , S X X X Q Pin him, Bob! W ,an ,ls , . ,s-Af ,W K if f X ., K . X Q wx w ,gc W ,W 3 , We did come in second. Thus ls enqoymenr? "A-o-fvf-Ter Iigh-h-f-s." yr- r r b VM .... ..... , ..,,.a.r .J5,...??A?f., '- a ye f wt fn-A iflai rr . N .,:':,.., kgdgmlhf' 9 ' ' ,, gl Y .. I r X Q r g X IT, . ,KX Q 5. 1- .. wi , A raspberry frcppe? Lsghfs on Hermon s Hull. sn K E - -H M,- 0.1 Dost thou remember . . . The Wes? Hell guunt. We ll see yo . .. . X , 2 ' f x 4. RE-,ef LQQIQQQQ f'v'L5Jl ' The 5'4" giant fqcUlT9 U. Slrllldilly. 1111 In riglvl-lNIr. Burnham. Mr. Torrey. Mr. Livingston. Mr. Rikcrt. Mr. Pvper. Mr. MtVcig:li. St.md+INIr. Platt. Dr, Rudcndall. Mr. Burdick, Administration ARTHUR D, I'I.A'I"I' GORDON F. PYPER 'Iiinity Collage. Columlwia Iiniwrnitv. Harxard I'niwi'- Brown Unixciwity-PI1.IN'I. in Education. Phi Iicta Kappdg sity-ISS.. M.A. in IXIatl1cmaticsg Assistant Htatlmaatnrg Sigma Xig Ht-ad of the Sticnce Dcpartmcnt 19411-19573 Past Ciollt-gc Counsulorg Newly-appointed Secretary- Director of Admissionsl Appointud 19263 Mount Hcrmon 'Ill'L'.lNLII'L'I' of tlit- Iioard of IIAFLISIUCSQ Appointed 19281 1918. Mount Harmon 1914. .IERVIS XX". BURDICK. -IR. FREDERICK S. MQVEIGH Willizinis College. Middlclwury Colln-gc -"- IIA.. M.A. in ggillifairlztillqnllgzllg' FAQI'Ezlntlinlgfiiilltlgifl'll"vagal' Frcnclig Assistant Director of Admisxionvg Frttnclig it ta o 1 1 o . uv sg 1 ic . ics: a si I' , .4 , 1. .. - - A Iia5ltctl'wall. Varsity 'I-1'Alt'l'CQ Advisor to Bridge Clulvg Vdrslly CMM Cmmtll' Appmmul WIS' APP1-'M 1940- FREDERICK G. TORREY IZDGAR Al. LIVINGSTON Harvard University. Springfield Collcgc---AB.. M.Ed.g Director of Guidantcg Matlifsmaticsg Advisor to Outing Boston lpivcrsitv. Harvard I'nivcrsity. Nortlicastcrn - Clulwg Appointed 1952. Ilnivt-rsityi School Casliicrg Appointed 19363 Mount Harmon 1928. DAVID C. BLTRHAM CARROI4 RIKFRT Yale UnivcrsityfB.A.1 Academic Advisor to Ifndcr- Harvard l'nivt-mtv---H.A.g Superintendent of Proptrtvg classmeng Englimlig Football. Swimming. Tratkg Advisor Appointcd l9l"1 Mount Ht-rmon 1913. to Tin' Hirmmzitfi Appointed 1950. Mr. MtVtigl1 and Mr. Pvpcr gm-ct a prospcttivc student. Mr. Platt. College Coumclor. ,....f.---.N if Q M LZ .. .........-ww. ,gurl 45 . , Q .Ni 1 M 'XS "' 'vrutxrx-.. I 1- as Q xv 3 A newly-discovered hobby? sg S 3 dl 5 Q' 1 ,, Ywfsra ff' l- .5 4' fm,- .2-'i':.l5M:'ff 11 The foccl length is only 7O.2rd' ,J mlf "I A,A'fAlV "Q " -4, J," , 'mg af' ,Q l 'Jr ' Q it What was that question? ltfsw ' 5 W 5 . Y 'W "You cin't nothin' but c houn' dog . .. And then l hit the lost ridge With u graceful swung Q ll lr. My 1111111 14,1111xxm wwxhw row- wh mutual RH' WH- 1111 fff 'fQf'f MI' 'l,L'l'l'Y. M11 1"1.1w1Qy. N11 Sumlt. Mr, 1'1l1x15UI1. Mr lfiulu-11, Iwwf 7111 Ml. Src-nt. Nr 1R.1111win. Mr. 1fri1kwn 1 , o ILIIQIISII IUHN 11 l'sA1.DXX'1N, Huul 111 11114211511 DL'1W.11'1111k'I1l XX'1l.1.lAN H HAXX'1,1iY mxn l,111Nk'1'N11Y, 1N1.:ss.u1msctts Smtc 'l'c.u11cr4 Clnllcgc, D.ll't1111Pllf11 Clulcgu, Ni11111c1m1'y Cullngc A.1's,. M A 111 1N1111L11u1mry fi-1111-gc AB., HS., M.A an 1iH.l1lx11Q V.l1'- EI1.!11i11Q Fmvtlwglll. Hmkuu Adxiwx' to thc Dm' Stnnlcntx. :tx Gultx A11x1wr tu Stamp Club. Prux C 11113. Dclmmnlu Appmntu1 1952, lfurumg Appuirmu-11 1911 GEORGE XV. HAYES N ff 1 Y 'ff . . . . , , , , IH MAN D1 N VAX 111111-1'sltx' uf Bunn. 1r11u'rx1ty of liurlm. Nvxx Y-wk D"'I"""'t1' c"Il'Aw M5--AI"1' HU" K-'Pl'-'1 A1'1""'1'U'1 Lhivcxwiti. Cfulumlwm HA., M.A. in lfngluslmg A1.u1ur1m 'MU Cm1mc1m-3 Appuirmui 1930, HARRY A, lixucixsmm 1 v Q . DAVID xxf. H1 DNON X lla- lkmluuntx. 11.l1'N.l1'L1 l'l11NL'1'NIU 11 A.. MA In V , I v I A 11m-m, Appmim-11 19193 Mmm! HHWUH WJ, XX l11l.l111N c.L111Q.!Ci Wulcyfnxw I rmnusltx Y 14,A,. 1N1.A,1, N. 1511skct1'v.111. lcnmm Advnwx' In tlmu C1,1l1z4,1g. 1-hmmm A11l.1iN N 1f1'1'K,HlfN P1.l1'L'1'SQ Appmntwl 1934. Xmlmarxt 1111111321 11Ag 1:1wt1m11. li.1xkrrlw.1lIg As1NlN1F1' ru 111k ll111L' 6111171 A1W1W11111'k'41 1055 RODMAN Ci. 9CiH1f1:1:1fR lirnwn l'nn'clx1tx'. lhiu-lsitx of 1X1.1xs.1111L1srIts A.15, V.1u1tx 5ULLk'1'. Hmknx. x,.11'Nl1X l..1wmw1g APIWLIIIIILN1 193111 Muunt l1k'1'111U11 1916, IYDSON R, S'1'liN'1 Y.11L 1'n1u-Ixltx HA.. IRD in 11I11L1lN11 A1111 '1111-11-'xx P111 1611.1 1x.1pp.11 Appuum11 ww 12DXX'1N 1f S1'ND'1 f51X11111 C0111-g1 A151 1'1mt11,u11. 15.1441-t1w,u11, 1i.1w1mI1, M1-Lmt 1'1xl'111u11 Wit App1-1111111 WSH MV. H.xrry VU. SIIUVN f,lIl.fHl4Q. IJ! In vfgfvf' M11 Clark. Mr. Piaumknu. Swim!--1N1r. Higgins. B111 Cru-nc, Mr. Snuvn, Nm. Fnrslumi. M11 Mirtz. Dllltll0llliltiI?S HARRY SNOW". Hunl nf AI1lfhL'Ill.lfit.S Dcp.u'nmAm limuluin Colin-gc, lvI1iYUl'SifY nf New .H.1n1p5lnru AM.. N.lhI.g Phi Bet.: K.lpp.ug Typcwrltingg V.u'sitx' 'llxxnkg Adxiwr tu the HL-rmun Kniglmtsg Appuintcd 1940. KIOHN xxx CLARK, QIR. xtllk' lvHiNk'I'NlU', XX'uIcynn Univursity' HA.. M.A.l..S.: lnululmg Fuuthlll. Hmkcy, l.AlL'l'OSSt'Q Adxiwl' to thu Outing Cilulwg Appuirncd 195-l, GLADYS H. FORSLYND XX'Iu-.nun Cfnlcgv A.l5,g Appnintud 1951, SANI lil. 5. C1RI1l:Nlt. ,lR. AlI1IlL'l'NI ffnlluuu. XX'uIcy.1n l7I1iNL'l'5iIY --Ali.. M,A.IA,5,1 V.u'xm Cfnw ckllllllflw. Sknng, V.n'nitx' 'I'l'.nk1 Adxixnz rn the Outing Clulwg Appnn1tul 1932, G, AI.lilfR'l' HIGGINS. IR. l'l1lXL'l'NifX ur C'.lIrY'n1'l1l.n .it llnx Any-lu li,A.1 Snug-1. r . ' ' ' Hmkm. X.l1N1tx I..n1'uwr1 Alluwr In thu Claw mf I9i'wI1 Xq-xxlx-.npp-nlmtul lulllkllil' of Sminl Antivitiwg Appmntcd ILJSYQ Mount Hcrmun 1990, ORVII. li. MIRTZ Xwcmninstsr Cnllugu. Primctnn -l'llL'HIO4Qik.lI SL'IlllH.llY. Curncll l'nivcrSity---A.B,, Th.B.4 1NI.S.FJ,1 Smwr. Hnskctlmll. lilychglllg Adviwr tn the Il"lIk'fI'l.lfiOI1.Il Grnupg Appninrml l9?ai1 Muunt Hcrrnun 1925. VITOLD S. PISCLVSKAS Brown lvlTiX'CI'Sify'-lg.A.Q VAll4NifQ' limvextfmll. l4.ukctlw.uIl. linschl Hg Appuintcd I 956. Sll,HluIlll4U. Inf! In iltuffl 7 Mr, MtVeigli, Mi: Alexander. M12 Stetson. Mr. Scamiins, HARLAN Diekinson Aim l'lk.ll1 Mr. XX'el'vei'. SL,i!ud--V-lNliw. liiixter. Mr. Hnxtcii Mr. l.'HKlITTl1lL'LllL'Ll. Languages L. BAXT ERA He.iil of l,.ingu.ige Depiirtment Ciolleuc. fiolumldiii LlnivcrsityfA.l':.. M.A. in l..liIlQlLI.l:lLLN1 Appointed W29. EDMUND ALEXANDER Vnivirxity .it C.tit'o. L'nivci'sity of Pnrisf- .. vp Varsity Tennisg Appointed lS.A.. l,.L.N.. M. in In Dnllioiisic aut Ck 1943, li. MARY BAXTER College, lfllniveitsiti' ale Str.tslvoiii'3g, Conneeti- wllege tot' Xwoiuen--V ll.A,g Appiiimk-il 1951, l.. VUILHELMINA DONOVAN Allminy State Teachers' College. Columbhi llniursitv --Ali.. M.A, in English .mil Germting Appointed 1955. HAROLD H. HENDERSON Uniwrsity of Wtisliingtmmn. Princeton 'l'licologiuil Semin- ary. Columbia L'nivci'sityfB.A.. l5.D., M.A.g Appointetl l95H. CHESTER G. SEAMANS Amlterst College. Xwnliinggton l'nivni'sity. Buxton llni- versity- --tf A.li.g Phi Beta li.1pp.i1 Appointed HMT HAROLD T. STETSON XX'illi.ims College --f- A.l5.1 Atlxisor to tlie Du' Stutlentxg Appointed 19,17 RODOLPHE XWEBER Eeole NllI'l1l.llCA4NL'llLlT.llL'l. Switze-i'l.intl. llolvtctlinit Seltool of lNIoelei'n L.inju.iges Tuielierx' Di1lom.i. Pro- L l tieieney in Englixlig Smear, 'lTL'FlHlS1 Appointetl MSS. M11 H.it'l.in I., liixtu DONALD H. Miiiilluiwuri Cfollcgc, l7r1ivcr5ity of Iminiiiri. Columiwiii l'iiivcrsilv, M.iw.icliiiwtts Instituto of 'I'ccl1nivliwgy. Uniivn Cfollugu ILA.. M.A. in Sciunccg Phi Beta Kappa: V.ll'Sify' Fuotimill. Hugkcyg Advisor tix the Clasx if l960' XWFSTIN. Hi-.iii uf Spicmc Dvp.irtmcnt . l , Appiiintcd 1946. GARLAND If. ALLEN liniwiwiti of Luuisxillc. H.lI'N'.lI'Li L'niwrsitysA.li., i A.M.g 'llbriiiisg Advism' to the liiulugv Cluhg Appointed l95S. PAUL Ii, BOXWMAN l.i-high i'iiiiL-im. L'niwi-sity .if Cim'inn.iti---CHF.. Ms.. RICHARD B- KH-UW PILD. in Cflu-iiiistiyg Sigma Xlg Appointed 1951-g Iwiuunt Wfcsltym L'niWr5ify,g5.A.1 1Im,f1,k,Il- VJ,-my gkfmlu Hl'l'ml'U 1913, Tcnnixg Appiwintui 1956. WAi.'i'oN Qs, CONGDON wiiimm R, Rixamq Amliciwt Cfullvgc- H.A.1 Simci, Swimmingg Aiivisui' to Wfwfqliegrgi- Suite College-fB.S.1 Vxrsitv Fimtlmill, thi' Rildil' Clllbl APP9imfLi 1959- liiskctimill. Vi1I'S1Iy liiischillll APPULMUI 1943- ROY R. HATCH LOUIS Cf. TURNER H.irv.ii'ii lqI1iXCl'NiU'. Cfiwncll l'i1ivui'mity3 Hc.id nf the Diirtmuuth Cullcge, Th,iyqi- Sdimml uf Ifrigiiu-ci'ii1g Siicmc DL'IW.lI'Il11iAI1f l956-19401 Pmt Prcsiiicnt uf thc ILA., M54 Phi Bum Kdppiig Viirsity Fuiitimill, Skiing. li.ixturi1 Phisiis 'l'ciid1c1'5 Assmiiitiung Appuintud 1900. I..iu'ussL'1 Appuintcii I95H, Sl9il'lll'0 SLHJJIULQ. Ziff ff, riuqfilr-lXIi', Kellum. Mr. Allen. Nr. 'i4llI'DQ'I'. Mil Coiitgiiuii. Splluj Nr. Rinccr. Mr, Xwcxtin, D11 liuwiniiii. Mi: Diwimlii H. WTS tin, Iii! fu Huff!-INIr. Curr. Mr. Hrmh-i'sui1. M11 SL-uiiiuns, B.D.1 Assistant Clmpluing Smgcij Swii Appointed 1955 I'nixci'sitv uf W1iyI1ingtiwn. Ilrimctirn Thy IT. HIQNFIANIN CARR. VIR. Cornell L'niwi'sity. I'niun 'I4IiwIogiL.1I jciniinirx ISA. nmingg. 'I nik. HAROLD H. HENDERSON uluggiuil Siminf .i1'y. Culuinhiii I'nivci'sity-V Ii.A,. ISD.. INI.A.g AppuintLiI I9524. CHARLES N. HI'INII3 VIAINIIQS R, XX"HY'I'Ii. Hn.uI uf Iiihh Dcpntinpnt Xxfcslnwain I'niwrsitky-- I5.D.g SUkLiL'I'.- Swiniininlul AII IXIiII1ig.1n St.1tc l'nivuxity. I'ninn 'I'I1umIugiL.iI Snfininiwy wwf In the c"InRT'l Huh: AIIIUIIIIILAI Wim I5.A., II.D.1 C.hiipI.iin .ind Minister uf thu Mount Huiwiiuii Ciliuixlil Ncwlx-aippuintuI Ninistci' uf thc North- CiHIiS'l'l2R G. SFAAIANS uIII Sglimwlxg IN-uthiiII. Vuuitv Sxximminggg Appointed N I Y , 1 19494 Amherst Cmllcgc. XX'Ig15I1ll'IgIUH Iniwixitx. Iimtuii Ini vwsityn A.I'a.g Phi Ik-t.1 I'i.lPP.lQ Appuintud VH' DAVID fl. ISVRNHAINI Y Q V Y.iIc l'iiiwiwitN -Ii.Ag Ac.uIL'iim Advism In I'ngIcr- 'II DMIN R' SILNI I.iwimn1 Ifniglishg IfimtIw.iII. Swiinmingg. 'liixukg Adxisrii' XIJIL' I'niYc1'sity-Ii.A.. IID, in Englixh .ind 'liliuiliitgig fu 'Hu Ilirmffufliq Appiiiimd 1950. Phi Bum K.1pp.i1 Appuiiitid 1938. Bible . I IXIII XX'Iiytc. Mr. Ste-nl. Ni: IIIlll'I1I1LllII. Nr. Hume. x. Iiniu R. XYIHIL' A I -QS Ohcrlin Cfulltgr. XX'cstci'n Rmmvi- -liDiYL'l'NlIY 7- HAH M.A. in Histuryg Past Dirutui' nt Social Activitiwg Cull Primttun ivI'liYLl'SiH', cilYiL1I11l"Ii.l l'nivn't'sitx'. l'niYci'sitx wt' M1 llmuiimi P, li.ikLi'. HOXYARD P. BAKER. Hn-.ui ut' History Dnpiirtmunt ogg Ckuinwluit Appointed 19416: Mount Hcrmun l9,'a9. FRIZDIERICK E, BAVIER. AIR, IXi.iss.ulil1sL-ttx A.l5,. M.A. in lfmnumics .ind Psulwlugv: Iuutimill. Vxisitv Swiininingg Atixisui' to thc Stliticrits' Ckivumilz Appointed I9-173 Mount H4-rinun 1939. XX'll.l.lAM R. CUIXIPTUN CLIFFORD I.. TERRY Ulurlin Ciwllngx, fiUilllNi3i.l liI1iNL'l'5ify'7A.lg.. MAL Phi Trinitx Ckillngc- A.H.g Smtw. ltaskptimill. ltixnimllg Ap Mtn K.ipp.i1 Sim'ci', I..ui'ussu. Skiing: Adxiwi' to the puintul 1958, CI.iw ot' l9fw2g Appuintui l95': Muunt Hc'i'mun 19,1-I. JOHN A. XX'll.l.lAMS 'HUMA5 NI' LXON5 Hiitmiit Ciillt-gn. Trinitv Clullcgc. l'niNLix1tx ut Cilmgmx liimxn lniutxitx, H.lI'X'.lI'Li l'nivn-rsitv AB.. M.A.1 ISA. MA. in AIUii.k'Vlli Histiwy: Phi Bum K.app.i Imnlmill. li.mlw.iII. Advisor tn thu Dcimtinu FUVIIIUQ Adxiwi' tw tht Cllnss nt 1959. thc' Hnriuwn Pliiuiw. tht Appitimgd 1958, Outing Cilulvq Appwintul I9-39. llislory S!,1mfi1l,U. fcfl fo iilqfvl- M11 XX"ilIi.ims. Nr, Cluiiiptmi. M11 'I'ci'i'y. .Simfiif Mi: l'r.iu4'i' Mr. Bukcix Mr. I.vuns. Qi Di M Dlusic' CARLTON XV. L'HUINIMEDIEI'. Haiti ot hfusic Department Yale University-B.A.. IWILI5, B. in hlumiig Phi Iictzi Kiippiig Appointed Wlog Mount Harmon 1918. ALBERT R, RAYMOND Boston University-B.Mus.. M.A. in History: Choral Director for the Northfield Sihoolgg Appointctl 19115. ARCHIBALD G, SXVIFT New England C:Ul'lSC1'Y1ltUl'y of MusicfMusic Iitiuixition und Instrumcnnil Musicg Director of the Mount Harmon Band and thc Northfield Schooh Orchustraig Appointed 19571 Mi: Riivmond and Mr. I.'Hom1m-dieu. uligfvl Mrs. Wfcstin, Mrs. Solms. Mr. Ikiorrow. Mix Stetson, Mrs. INIoi'i'ow, Libra ry Atllletirs Mr. Phi x Mi I Ilip, -. forslund, Mr, Croiist A341314 ig, 1f0Rg14LfND J L il I thu 1 Sprirulhclti Collage-B.P,F. M.A. in Ihuysi 2 . .mil Athlctiuz Appointed 1929. DONALD CRUISE BLILICII 'liixiining Schoolg Ti'.iinci'3 Appointuti WST EVIZRETT wli PHILLIPS hill, Wklstling, Varyity PLIXIQICI Appointuil 1256. tiong Ch.iirmiin of the Dcpiirtmunt ot Physiiiil Ixihimtion Sprinsgtit-III CoIlcgc4B.S.L Director of Athlctiug Foot ' 1 1 3 "So I said to Roosevelt , . . ' X X . - A 1. fmvlfmr "W , 455 ii ' 4 3, .75 " n Q 9 M? Q53 l . Qian s W Y ff af - - Q 'Y is X K Q., lncorrigible 1 mend anything N xx X X. X N, Q rx X. X is ixxbifx- R 'n Robust. Only Iwo more hours. iw' -vi.. ' if f ee, ,X z I 1 X. Q ? 5 wigs, 45 M 25.3 Back in Vhe marines, . . Int! lnnun Ilxn Arne nlnf-pf. Xluldln-Imx'x' C.1vIlL'gc li.A.g Iutm ut IR1'w11m-l. Dnuun' Yvork 1 O Su lll'l'VlS0l'S HAROLD I. XWYMAN XY'm'k1 A5s15t.mt Diruim' of 'XIIIIRULNQ V.ll'3ltN' Suucr. V.u'siIN Elm ku. l..u rsmcl Appuintul IU-1113 Mount HL-mum 1956, VlNCfliN'l' A. C1ANl'lSliI.I. N.llI1f I,.mrL-me l'I1lNL'I'NiU 15.5.1 Nlxparlrmtuuirlut ut liuildingsi Nmu1'. Vusitx Xwustlilwg. 'lllxukg Appwmtul IKMGQ Muunt Hwmmm 1950. I ALIARIHD ll. PITTSCHKIQ l mu-rxitx ut lllmuim ISS.: Sul gmrllltuuklmt ut Wfust Hullg Ap- pwiutwi lvkog Muunt HCl'lU1lD 1950. YY:-st llall V. Dmls. Mr. XX xlxh. A AINLILILIII. M11 Skxlw NO PARKHNG iff M1'.C.u11pl1clI. h1l'.XX'yl11.lI1. Mr. Pctulmlu. 1 I ZIIIIIDIIS A111 Rllhlll. 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SvOIfI- ORD I.IfONARIm H XX'I'RnI.xN 22 Senior History Ah, that great mountain air! UR minds, as they wander lazily over the past and haphazardly probe its mysterious depths, may someday rest momentarily upon veiled visions of Mount Hermon. Mingled with thoughts of agricultural or culinary instruction, the im- probability of English or Physics, and the exag- gerated inconvenience of daily chapel, there may even be a surge of nostalgic reminiscence: an image projects itself upon our thoughts. A little thing titled "complex" rises from our subcon- scious. Then, overcome by some repressive factor, it recedes beyond perception. Never having lost that intellectual curiosity which carried us so triumphantly through senior year, we settle into a kind of trance in order to study, uninterruptedly. the rise and fall of dreams. As we lapse into the past, the shackles of present problems fall asuncler, and there hurtles into view an insignificant, pink-checked little complex which runs about in a completely disorganized manner and constantly squeaks, "I'm a Freshman." Water pistols, snowballs, and paper airplanes explode about his head, but he pushes them aside, and with an incredible amount of simplicity and naivete, rushes headlong into a cloud of sem- blances labeled "Freshman Year." A long line of people enters a red brick building where a whirl- ing mist of handshaking, signing things and buy- ing things temporarily obscures our complex. Proudly displaying a large maroon and white hello-my-name-is . . . on his chest, he emerges from the building, finds a room and a roommate, bids his parents farewell and plunges into the first fall term. With studying considered an ab- stract quantity reserved for juniors and seniors, he engages in the unlimited opportunities for touch football and bed-dumping, sings "Holy, Holy, Holy" in a trembling voice for Mr. Raymond, and soon learns to eat, sleep, study, and clean in time to clanging bells. The voice of Mr. Williams booms into the ears of our complex as he meets for the first time his guide, friend, and advisor for the next four years. Soon the early confusion begins to subside, and emotions begin to return: thoroughly deceived, the complex feels popular and important. Optimistically, he moves onward, watches Mr. Forslund's lifetime ambition begin to emerge from the ground, and thrills to his first "How dry I am." S.1ered Contert, .lIlLl then. in .1 twinkling. lVI'L'Sl1Ill.1Il year is over. Seve-r.1l PAPLT-lW0LllMl lwooklets tluttei' I1L'LlI' the eomplexg tin.1lly, .1 l.1r3ge lwlue one with .1 red tross lvlots l1i1n out lwetore reteding into the darkness. As the booklet t'.1lls. it rex'e.1ls the s.1n1e toniplex -strangely eontident. yet definitely olwnoxious, Serenely LlIl.lXN'LlI'C tl111t the word, USOPll0INOfL'.' me-.1ns "wise tool." he kl4lSllL'N lwlithely onw.1rd. repelling .1ll who .lppfkltltll him, Affetted hy hells. Biology, .1nd Bilwle, tl1.1stised hy .111 lflSl1I'll.lll.5 pierting stowlp .tnd de-tested hy Northtield, he proeeeds to tie Deertield .md le.1ve on .1 trowded, inevitz1l'ily l.1te tl'.lll1 for CQl1rist111.1s X'LlL.Ill0Il. Con- fidente, Ll1.lI'IU, Lllkl modesty swell within hiin .1s l1e returns to dixe into tl1e winter term. Senior seorn, tllltl tl1e lI'1lkllflOI1.ll Overtoun sne.1k-tow.1rd- 11nd-thieti Ol'.lll0I1 t'11il to t'.1ze hiin .1s lie I'.ltl'5 for tl1e end ot' this er.1 ot l-I'LlSlf.1lL'Ll extroversion. The Banner Dante .lPPI'0.lLl1LtS .md Mr. W'illi.1ms. .lllllel his lNLlllllAL1flOLlS .1tts ot' prep.1r.1tion, offers the tirtulur eomrnent th11t lvel1.1x'ii1g .ms llL'I1llL'lllL'Il lUL'.lllS lvel111x'ing properly .lllel l3L'll.lYlllK1l PfOIWL'I'ly IUCJIIS l7L'l1.lYlllgl .1s gl.'llllCl1lL'I1. Soon. .1 l.1rge 1959 l-I'.lINCLl in .1 striking LOINl3ll1.lllOI1 ot' purple .lllkl l7l.leli rises .llltl then t.1lls. lllxlflllg with it .1 tiew images ol L. sports. some tonterts, and sexe-1'.1l supposedly l7LlLl'Ql7fC.ll'ilIlg tourses. Gettysburg Addresses, D. l..'s. .lllel test tulwes float indiserimingmtly into sight .lllkl drag witl1 them .1 iaguely familiar. l7Lll somewhat unspeetat- 11lar im.1ge dedicated to order. industry and dili- gente. He studies for a while. learns to say Heeeeeee-." swims leisurely atross .1 muddy lake. and perhaps plays varsity foothall. He is an offiee hoy. monitor. or lihrarian. Images of hooks .1nd honor rolls linger in mind. Rains flood Crossley field for Les vUl1llf2ll'iL'I'iS ruhher hoat. A preview of the winter of fifty-nine reaehes us when .1 skater glides atross the field. Returning to junior year. the tomplex stays on Crossley liield. watthes the softhall le.1g11e hegin and warns the umpires to wear raintoats. The irrepressihle finals pass more ejuietly than 11sual. and the satisfied jLIl1lOf tomplex exaporates slowly upward. Al'nost immediately. images laheled "progress" and 'l.1tlllL'lL'lllL'Ilf" hattle against the inroads of "superiority" and "maturity." and lose. Little semhlantes of tars. hoats. summer johs. .1nd girls flash atross tl1e struggle hut soon hide hehind tl1e xapor of .1 mighty djinn which rises from the insignifitante of former ye.1rs to hlot out pleasant memories, Opening day images of seeing things, doing things. and. as usual. huying things. hinder his growth: hills for pietures. texts, and yearhoolss sting him: yet he takes these inconveniences with .1 lQI'.llI1 of eynitism. Apparitions appear: another lllltltf Deerfield tie. Etonomits and Cihurth Hi tory. hos- tile feathers, Nothing is good: all senior toni- plexes wear a stowl. Our djinn sayagely hrealis a rope and drowns forty juniors. hut finds no satis' fattion. Pride and sophistication tarry him through the first two terms. l.lZlI1CSS through the last, The djinn feels sorrowful as .1 friendly headm.1ster moves across the river and .1 new one takes his plate. Disillusioned. the djinn gyrates in xenge- ante. and then suffers .1 pang of tonstiente. ln tl1e shades of D. L.. the monster changes heart. starts an old fashioned reyiyal and leads .1 positixe. tonseientious group of young men into tl1e spring term. ln .1 lazy spring. l1e reteives his tollege ateeptante. and in his old age hegins to mellow. A eastle and .1 dame 'til midnight loom high. tl1e glee eluh sings. and suddenly. diplomas are floating around .1 satred rotk. Now. the djinn sorrowfully turns in his rap and gown. hids his friends and school farewell. and dissolves into the mist of the future. As the last eomplex reeedes into the sulvton- stious. the experfente of liOllI' y'L'.lI'S on the hill fall with it. Almost tenderly. we cling to tl1e fading images and hope that they will never disappear: then. we awalce from o11r trante. s11- premely satished with the memories it retalled. 1 hy Clay 0. l 'fe I ' u " WK, xgkwNo. 2fggQ,,3.. I :V Bombay . . . 5000 mules 'Marv-1'-'fr www Better be plzza up there The Everly Brothers. . ,. AK - K ,JR 4 Q r.!'Lf!w'."i6? 4 . , U09 'Q A. :eggs FSH, :J!.. l ' .EIL ., g ig TF!! L, ,nrt . 4? .1 J 5 I A Q ii X Q A s -ff . rv-5 agrm, Q , ' TTR Y 'Q ' . -'sf ' at The might that broke the rope. W ' . iAg.K-..3,l 'A . M Reform' ...Z e X O e , 'V x "I Q, E 5 ,. 1 Swami Spaghetti Now wait lust one minute! Cloud reporatnons. Hark, brethren . . . E I DAVID J. SILVER "Dave" Football 2. 3. 4, Soccer 1: Wrestling 2. 3. 4g Skiing 1g Baseball l, 33 Tennis 2: Golf 43 Class Secretary 1, 2, 3. 43 Students' Forum 1. 23 A Cappella 43 Choir 43 Glee Club 43 G.1le1my Editor-in-Chief 43 Hermwzire 1, Z. 3. 4: Band 2. 31 College Cevenol Committee 3, 4. SOREN P. WEST "Sauce" Soccer 1. 2. 3. 411-U3 Skiing 1. 2, 33 Tennis lg Track 2, 3. 43 Class Treasurer 4g Floor Otlicerg Student Dea- cons 4g Students' Forum 43 A Cappella 3. 43 Choir 3, 43 Operetta 3. PETER C. OLSEN "Olie" Soccer 2, 35 Swimming 2. 3. 4fHj3 Baseball 2, 33 Golf 43 Social Chairman 43 Choir 3. 43 Glee Club 3g Her-mmzile 3, 4: Outing Club 3. llfficers JOHN ETEN "sf. John" Soccer 1. 2, 311-IJ. 4fH,Q Hockey 1. 2, 31 Tennis 1. 23 Lacrosse 3. 4U-U3 Students' Council President 43 Floor Officerg Choir 3, 43 Shield Club 43 Senior Lounge Committee-3 College Cevenol Committee 4. A. CLARK PETERS. III "Clarker" Football 1, 2, 3: Swimming 1, ZKHJ. 3U-IJ, Co-Captain 4fl-U3 Baseball 1. 2, 3fHJ, 4fHj3 Class Treasurer I. Vice-President 2, President 3 and 43 Students' Council 3, 4g Floor OH'-ICCIQ Shield Club 3, 43 Press Club 3: Senior Lounge Committee: College Cevenol Committee 4. JONATHAN D. DARRAH uhm.. Football 3. 411-U3 Basketball 3, 43 Baseball 3. 43 Class Vice-President 43 Floor Officerg Student Deacons 43 Hermonile 3, 4g Shield Club President 4: Hermon Players 3, 4g Social Committee 4. ROBERT M. ADAMS "Bob" Football 3, 4g Swimming 33 Skiing 43 Lacrosse 3, 43 Glee Club 4g Outing Club 43 Shield Club 43 Rifle Club 4. TERRY M. ALDRICH "Terry" Soccer 1, 23 Swimming 1, 23 Tennis 1, 2. STEPHEN T. ALLEN "Steve" Football 23 Swimming 43 Skiing 2. 3: Tennis 2, 3, 4, Hermonize 3, 43 Rifle Club Vice-President 4. WILLIAM R. ANDERSON "Bombay" Soccer 2, 3, 43 Swimming 2, 3. 411-U3 Baseball 2. 33 International Club 23 Hermon Players 23 Bridge Club 43 Photography Club 23 Stamp Club 2, 33 Rifle Club 4. MICHAEL S. APTER "Tank" Football 2, 3U-U, 4fHJ3 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Track 1, ZQHJ, 3fHj. Co-Captain 4U-U3 Students' Forum 43 Shield Club 43 Press Club 3. RICHARD 5. Asn, JR. "Rick" Cross Country 311-lj. 411-U3 Swimming 33 Basketball 4g Track 311-IJ, 4fH,3 Floor Oflicerg Outing Club 3, 43 Bridge Club 3, President 43 Biology Club Vice-President 3. President 4. BARR G. ASHCRAFT NI-lousy Football lg Cross Country 2. 3, 43 Swimming 2, 3fHj, 4lfH,Q Basketball 13 Hockey 13 Track 2, 3, 43 Choir 3, 43 Hermwzile 4g Stamp Clulb lg Rifle Club 2, 43 Radio Clu 2. MICHAEL BAKER F '-Mile" Soccer 33 Basketball 3, 43 Tennis 3, 411-U3 Hermorzile 43 Outing Club 4g Hermon Players 43 Bridge Club 3, Vice-President 4. JEFFERY T. BALDWIN "jeff" Soccer 1, 2, SU-IJ, 4fHJ: Skiing 1. ZKHJ. 3fI-lj. Captain 4fHJg Track 1. Z. 33 Golf 4fHJg Student Deacons 44 Glee Club 43 Rifle Club 4. DAVID R. BARD "Dave" Soccer 1. 21 Swimming 21 Wrestling lg Track Manager 3fHj, 4fHj: Students' Forum 13 Choir 4g Band lg De- bating Forum 41 Senior Lounge Committee. RICHARD T. BARKER "Dick" Football 2. 3. 4fHJg Skiing 2, 3. 4: Track 2, 33 T. Q. 4: A Cappella 4, Choir 3. 4: Glee Club 3. 4. WILLIAM R. BATTY. III "Bill" Football 1. 2. HHJ. Captain 4fHJg Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4fHl3 Baseball 1. 2, 3fI'IJ1 Track 4fHjg Class Vice- President 1. Social Chairman 2g Floor Otiicerg Hermonile 3, 4g Outing Club lg Shield Club 2, 3, 4g Press Club 2, Vice-President 3, 4g Chess Club 1. THOMAS G. BAXTER "Tom" Soccer 1. 2, .NHL 4fHj3 Hockey I. 2. HHJ. 4fHJg Baseball 1. 23 Golf SQ Class Treasurer 2, Students' Forum 2. JOEL R. BEAK "Tweeker" Football 5. 41 Basketball 5, 45 Golf 3fHj Captain 4fHj' Outing Club 4: Press Club 43 Cheerleadef 4g Social Comj mittee 4. ERNEST H. BEHR "Ernst" Football 2. 5. 4g Soccer 15 Hockey 1. 2, 3. 4g Tennis 1. 2, Lacrosse 5. 4fHJg Students' Forum Z3 T. Q. KAI- ternatej 3, A Cappella 3. 43 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 1, 2, 5. 4g Operetta 53 Hermon Players 21 Chess Club 21 Rifle Club 41 Social Committee 3. DA W. BENSON "Dan" Soccer 1. 2. 3. 43 Basketball 4, Hockey 1, 2. 3: Lacrosse 1. 2. 3. 4fHJ: Students' Forum 2. 43 HFl'77llllljf? 2, 3. Associate Editor 43 Outing Club 1. 2. 3. Treasurer 4g Press Club 3: Rifle Club 23 Explorer Post 411 1, 2. 29 DAVID j. BETHEL . . , "Dave" Soccer 3. 4. Swimming 2. 3. 41 Baseball 2. 3. 43 Bridge Club 4g Chess Club 3, 4. KENT L. BONNEY t.KCn-, Football 3. 41 Wrc'stling 4CHjg Hockey 3g Lacrosse 3g Golf 41 Glce Club 3. 4: Outing Club 4g Cheerleader' 4g Rifle Club 5. 4. JAMES H. BERRY "jim" Soccer 2. 3. 41 Swimming 2. 3. 43 Baseball 31 Tennis 23 T. Q. fAlternatej 4g A Cappella 41 Choir 3. 43 Glee Club 3, 4. International Club Z. 3. THOMAS D. BETHEA Q-Tom.. Football 3. 4g Basketball 3. 4g Tennis 3fHj. 4fHjg Shield Club 4g Bridge Club 4. Debating Forum 4. N. CLARK BOW LEN ar Soccer 2, 3. 4g Skiing 2. 3. 4fHJg Baseball 3. Golf 2g Bridge Club 4. KENNETH M. M. BOYLE. JR. 344 Main Avenue. Bay Head. N. J. "Kim" Football 1, 2. 3fHj. 4fHJL Swimming 2. SCHJ' 40411 Hockey lg Baseball 1. 2. 31 Tfiifk 4? Ch0if 43 Glw Club 43 Radio Club 2. ROBERT C. BRAMBLE "Bugs" Football 31 Soccer 1. 2, 4g Hockey 1, 2. 3, 4fHjg La- crosse 1, 2, 3, 4QHjg Outing Club 1, 2, 3. Vice-Presb dent 4g Shield Club 4g Press Club 4g Rifle Club 1. 2. 3. BERNARD . BRENNAN. IV "Bud" Football 2. 3g Soccer 43 Hockey 2. 43 Track 33 Lacrosse 2. 4fHjg Student Deacons 4g T. Q. 4g A Cappella 3. 43 Choir 2, 3, 4. FREDRIC I.. BROXVN "Fred" Football l. 2: Wi'estling I: Basketball 41 Skiing lg Tennis I. 2. 4g Outing Club l. 23 Bridge Club 23 Stamp Club l. 2g Rifle Club l. 2. FREDERICK R. BROWN "ri-ea" Football 21 Cross Country 3. 4g Skiing 2. 3. 4g Track 21 Tennis ES. 4g Outing.: Club 4. DAVID E. BURTIS "Dave" Soccer 41 Skiing 43 Tennis 43 Chess Club 4. LEWIS BUTLER "Lou" Soccer 2. 3. 4: Skiing 21 Tennis 2. Manager 311-IJ -HI-Ijg Radio Club 2. 3. 4, ROBERT F. CARSON. II "Kit" Cross Country 411-U1 Wrestling 41 Track 41 Student Deacons 43 Choir 43 Shield Club Treasurer 41 Social Committee 4. PAUL L. CASS I "Casper" Soccer 2. 3. 4fHJg Skiing 2. NHL 411-Ijg Track 2g Outing Club 2. C. DAVID BUCK "Dave" Soccer 41 Band 43 Orchestra 4. -IAMES M. BVRGER 25 Kelsey Street. Hartford 6. Conn. .Jima Football l. Z3 Swimming 1. 21 Baseball I. 2g Tcnnis 3: Floor Orhcerg Stamp Club 3. 4. RICHARD E. COESENS "Dick" i Soccer l. 2, 3, 43 Skiing 1. 2, 3. 43 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 Outing Club 43 Railroad Club l. 2. 3, 4. ARTHUR F. COFOD, jR. "Art" Soccer l, 23 Cross Country 33 Hockey 1, 2. 3. 43 Lacrosse 1, 2, 3. 4g A Cappella 43 Choir 3. 43 Hermwzile 3. 4. STEVEN P. COHEN "Steve" Soccer 3, 43 Swimming 3, 43 Tennis 3. 43 T. Q. fAlter- A Ca ella 4- Choir 3 4' Glee Club 4' Her- natej 4g pp . 3 .3 , 3 nmumf 3. 43 International Club 3, 43 Hermon Players 3, 4. ANDREW D. COLBY "Drew" Soccer 3. 43 Swimming 33 Skiing 43 Tennis 3. 43 Glee Club 5. 4. CHUNG YUE CHANG "Chung" Soccer 33 Swimming 3. 43 Basketball 33 Choir 3. 43 ln- ternational Club 3, 43 Photography Club 4. JOHN C. CLAY "Congorilla" 9 Helwig Street, Gloversville, N. Y, Football 1. 2, 3. 43 Wrestling 1, 3. 43 Hockey 23 Lacrosse 1, Z. 5. 43 T. Q. 3. 43 A Cappella 2, 3. 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta 33 Gateway 43 Hermwzile 31 Orches- tra 13 Cheerleader 43 Hermon Players 23 Bridge Club 23 Senior Lounge Committee, Vice-President. DONALD P. COOK "Don" Soccer 3, 43 Basketball 3fHl. 411-U3 Tennis 3 4. RUSSELL E. COOBES Colrain, Mass. "Russ" Soccer 43 Baseball 4. RICHARD S. CORWIN "Dick" y i Soccer 33 Wrestling 43 Track 43 Biology Club 4. KEVIN F. CRAMER -.Kevn Football 33 Guleuwy 43 Hermon Knights 3, 43 Hermon Players 3, 4. James M. DALGETY, JR. "Jim" i Soccer 33 Hockey Manager 4fH,Q Baseball 33 Interna- tional Club 43 Photography Club 33 Radio Club 4. DONALD B. DA PARMA "Don" Soccer 23 Cross Country 43 Skiing 2, 3, 43 Tennis 2, 3, 43 A Cappella 43 Choir 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Gateway 43 Hermon Players 23 Bridge Club 3, 43 Photography Club 2: Rifle Club 2. PETER B. CRUMB UPC-ate.. Football 1. 2, 33 Hockey l. 2, 3. 43 Lacrosse l. 2. 3. 4g A Cappella 43 Choir 3, 43 Hermrnzife 33 Outing Club 13 Shield Club 43 Rifle Club I. GARY P. CUMMINGS "Cumm" Football 3, 43 Skiing 3, 43 Golf 3, Manager 4fHJ3 Her- muuize 43 Outing Club 43 Press Club 33 Bridge Club 43 Radio Club 4. JOHN P. CUMMINGS "John" Football 43 Basketball 43 Tennis 43 International Club 43 Photography Club 43 Debating Forum 4. JOHN A, CUSTER, JR. "John" Soccer 2, 3lHj, 411-U3 Swimming 2, 3. 4fH,3 Basket- ball 23 Tennis 3, 43 Floor Ol'licer3 International Club 4. RICHARD W. DARRONE "Dick" Cross Country 4, Basketball 4fHJ, Track 4U-Inj, Outing Club 4, Shield Club 4. NEVILLE C. DAVISON, III I 1.Nev-I Soccer 1, 2, 3fHj, 4U-IJ, Basketball 1, Hockey 2. 3, Lacrosse 1, 2, Class Vice-President 3, Galeuvzy 4, Her- monite 3, 4, Band 2, Hermon Players 4, Social Com- mittee 4. ALAN W. DOHERTY HAI., Soccer 2, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Baseball 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Shield Club 4, Bridge Club 2, 3, 4. ALBERT R. DOWDEN "Rick" i Soccer 2, Swimming 2, 4, Tennis 2, 3. 4, Outing Club 2, Hermon Players 2. 3, 4, Stamp Club 2, 3, 43 Rifle Club 2, Debating Forum 2, 4. NORMAN M. DUNSMORE "Marve" . Football 3, Basketball 3. 4, Baseball 3, 4, A Cap- pella 4, Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Operetta 3, Inter- national Club 3. GEORGE I. DURHAM "George" , - as , . Soccer 1, 2, 3, Swimming 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 4, Stamp Club 1. R. VALENTINE DUSEK ..Val,, Football 1, Soccer 2, 3, Swimming 1, Skiing 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Hefmonite 4x Outing Club 2, 3, 4, International Club 3, 4, Biology Club 4, Photography Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4. R. LAWRENCE EASTWICK a "Larry" Soccer 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Baseball Manager 3fHj, Glee Club 4, Operetta 3, Shield Club 4. B. KINGMAN EATON "King" Football 15 Soccer 2. 3. 4: Hockey 1. 2. 3. 45 Tennis 1 2, 3, 45 A Cappella 45 Choir 2, 3. 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 RICHARD J. EHRGOTT "Dick" Q Soccer 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2. 3. 45 Baseball 25 Golf 3, 4 ROBERT A. EIGENRAUCH "Bob" Football 3, Manager 4fHJ5 Soccer 25 Skiing 2, 35 Base- ball 2, 35 Track 45 A Cappella 45 Choir 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Hefmonile 45 Photography Club 2, 3, President 45 Shield Club 3, 45 Hermon Players 4. ROBERT T. EMMET "Bob" Football 2g Cross Country 3fHj, Captain 4fHJ5 Wres- tling 2fHJ. 3 H C0-Ca tain 4 H ' f J, p f JgTrack 2,3,4fHj, Students' Council 43 Student Deacons 45 Choir 45 Op- eretta 35 Outing Club 35 Shield Club 45 Chess Club 4. KENNETH ENG "Kenny" Soccer 2, 3g Cross Country 45 Wrestling 2, 35 Lacrosse 2 3, 411-U5 Hermouite 3, 45 Shield Club 45 Rifle Club 3, 4 x ROBERT L. FINDLAY "Bob" Football 4U-U5 Baseball 4fHJ. F. RANSOM FOSTER, III "Randy" Soccer 1. ZQHJ, 3fHJ, 411-195 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4- Baseball 1, 2, 311-lj, 4fHJg Students' Forum 4. LEWIS F. FOSTER. JR. y -.Lewvi Plzootball Manager 2, 3fHj, 4fHj5 Swimming 2, 3, 5 4 ennrs 2, 4, T. Q. 4, A Cappella 3, 45 Choir 2. 3, 4' Glee Club 3, 45 Shield Club 45 Photography Club 4 a 35 a Football 1, ZQHJ, f3Hj, 4fHj3 Wfrestling , C 1 FREEMA R. GOODRICH "King Krong" o4Captain 4fHj3 Lacrosse 2, 33 Track 1, 4U-I Cappella 43 Choir 3, 43 Shield Club 3, 4. JOHN A. GRAUSTEIN "Grause" Football 43 Skiing 43 Baseball 43 Outing Club 4. ROBERT M. FRIEDMAN "Bob" Soccer 43 Glee Club 43 International Club 4. MICHAL J. M. GALAZKA "Michas" Soccer 3, 43 Skiing 3, 43 Tennis 3, 43 A Cappella 43 Choir 3, 43 International Club 3, 43 Photography Club 33 Rifle Club 43 Debating Forum 3, 43 Radio Club 4. R. TINKER GREENE "Tink" Soccer 1, 2. 3, 43 Skiing 1, 2, 3, 43 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 H61'71lfl7lif6 2, 3, 43 Band 1. 2, 3. 43 Orchestra 3, 43 Outing Club 13 Biology Club 3. J. LANGDON HADLEY, II "Lang" Soccer 1, 23 Hockey 1, 23 Tennis 1, 2. 3, 43 Press Club 33 Hermon Players 1, 2, 3, 4g Rifle Club 2, 3, 43 Senior Lounge Committee Secretary-Treasurer. PETER R. HAMBURGER "Pete" Swimming 1, 2, 3, 43 Tennis 1. 2, 3, 43 Biology Club 43 Outing Club 3. ROBERT J. HAMILTON "Bob" Soccer 3, Manager 43 Skiing 3, 43 Tennis 3, 43 Outing Club 3, 4g Hermon Players 3, 43 Radio Club 3, Secre- tary-Treasurer 4. STEPHEN J. HAMMALIAN "Steve" Football 2. 3. 43 Wrestling 3. 411-U3 Hockey 23 Track 2, 3, 411-U3 Grzleuzzy 4g Shield Club 43 Press Club 3. CLEMENT F. HAYES. JR. "Clem" Football 1. 2. SQHJ. 43 Hockey l. 2. Sfl-lj. 43 Baseball 1. 23 Lacrosse 3. 4fHJ3 Floor Officerg Students' Forum 23 Outing Club 23 Social Committee Chairman 1, GEORGE P. HIBBARD "George" Soccer 3. 43 Skiing 3. 43 Tennis 3. 43 Glee Club 3. 4g Outing Club 43 Press Club 4. ERIC P. HILL "Horse" Soccer 3. 43 Wfrestling 41 Lacrosse 3. 43 A Cap- pella 4: Choir 3. 43 Glee Club 3. 43 Bridge Club 4. DAVID S. HINKLE "Dave" Football 4fHJg Swimming 41 Lacrosse 43 Choir 43 Glee Club 43 Outing Club 43 Shield Club 4. ROBERT L. HOFFMAN "Hoffy" Soccer 2. 3. 43 Swimming 2, 3. 4g Tennis 2. 5. 43 Band 2. 3. Secretary 41 Orchestra 43 Hermon Knights Z1 Radio Club 5, 4. THOMAS C. HAZEN i "Tom" Football 33 Cross Country 43 Basketball 3. 43 Baseball 43 Shield Club 43 Chess Club 4g Rifle Club 4. MARK HEFFRON "Mark" l Soccer 3. 43 Wrestling 43 Tennis 3. 43 Band 3. 43 Out- ing Club 43 Hermon Players 3. 43 Rifle Club 4. FREDERIC W. HUNTINGTON "Fred" Soccer 2, 5. 4, Swimming 2. 43 Hockey 43 Lacrosse 2, 3. 41 Hermon Players 31 Plmotograpliy Club 2. ROBERT W. IPPOLITO "Bob" Football -HHJQ Basketball 41 Baseball 4QHjg Outing Club 4, Shield Club 4. DI. WESLEY JAMES "WCS" Football flfl-U3 Basketball Captain -HHD1 Baseball 4fI-IJ. THOMAS li. -IANNKE "DonkCy" Soccer 1, 2g Hockey 1, 2. 3. 4fHjg Track Ig Tennis 2g Lacrosse 3, 43 Bridge Club 2, 43 Social Committee 4. THOMAS F. HOLBROOK "Tom" Cross Country ZQHJ, 3fHj, 4fHlg Basketball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2g Track 3fHJ, Co-Captain 40-U3 Bridge Club 3, 4. PETER HOLLINGWORTH 7 "Pete" Soccer 3, 4g Hockey 33 Tennis 3. 4g Outing Club 4. LESLIE P. JAY Parry Road. Stamford, Conn. "Lee" Football 3, 41 Wrestling 3. 411-lj, Golf 3, 4g Students' Council Treasurer 43 Shield Club Secretary 4, Press Club 43 International Club 4. RICHARD C. JOHNSON 430 North Street. Dalton. Mass. "Dick" Football 2. 3. 4, Swimming 23 Wrestling 3, 4fHjg Track 23 Glee Club 3, Rifle Club Treasurer 43 Social Commit- tee 4. DOUGLAS R. JOHNSTON "Mole" Football 1, 2g Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4fHj3 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 Students' Forum 43 Senior Lounge Committeeg Social Committee 3, 4. D. BLAKE JOHNSTONE "chip" Cross Country 32 Skiing 3, 4fHJ3 Tennis 3, 43 Outing Club 5, 43 Shield Club 43 Rifle Club 3, President 4. STEPHEN R. KNAPP "Cosmo Snapp" Football 1, 2, 3fl-U. 4U-U3 Swimming 1. 2fHj, 3fHj, Co-Captain 4fHJ3 Baseball 1, 23 Lacrosse 33 T. Q. 43 A Cappella 43 Choir 3. 43 Glee Club 43 Shield Club 4. PETER V. KOCH "Pete" Cross Country 43 Skiing 4. JOHN W. KAIQFMANN "john" Football 2, 3. 43 Wrestling 3. 43 Hockey 23 Basketball 2. 3, 43 Glee Club 43 Hermmzife 3. 43 Outing Club 2g Shield Club 4g International Club 2. 5. Secretary 4g Ex- plorer Post 40 2. RICHARD M. KAUFMANN "Dick" Football 3, 43 Hockey 3. 43 Baseball SIHJ. 4fHj3 Floor CDHTCEFQ Choir 43 Hermon Knights 43 Rifle Club 43 Radio Club 4. NEAL F. KETCHER "Bulldog" Football 1. 2. 3, 4fHj3 Hockey 1. 2. 3. 4fHj3 Baseball 1, 2. 4fHQ3 Choir 43 Glee Club 3. 4g Outing Club 3. 4g Shield Club 4. M RICHARD A. KIRKPATRICK "Dick" Soccer 43 Swimming 3. 43 Tennis 3. 43 Chess Club 3, 4: Stamp Club 43 Debating Forum 3, 4: Radio Club 3. 4 LIGHTS ON HERl"l0N'S HILL 031' Popufar- Clark MOST Likelcj To lass SUCCQCCI U Rabble DQV 2 x ' 'WN mx Du X aTewa3 Loulsc GSS OV! Y' DAVID R. KOI-ILER "Dave" Cross Country 3, Swimming 4, Skiing 3, Baseball 3, 4, A Cappella 4, Choir 3, 4, Bridge Club 4, Chess Club 4. W. PETER KOROL "Pete" Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2. 3, 4, Tennis 2, 33 Students Forum 4, Outing Club 2, Lacrosse 4QHj. J. KEVIN LEARY "J, K." . Soccer 2, 3, 4, Swimming 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Shield Club 4, I-Iermon Players 2, 4. BENSON P. LEE "Benny" t Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4fHJ, Swimming 1, 3, Basketball 4, Hockey 2, Track 1, 2, 3CI-lj, 4fHj, Student Deacons 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Hernzonile 2, 3, Business Manager 4, Outing Club 2, Chess Club 2, Stamp Club 2, 3, 4, Social Committee 1, 2, 3. MICHAEL M. LEE "Mike" Football 4, Cross Country 3, Basketball 3, 4, Track 3, 4, A Cappela 4, Choir 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Operetta 3, Her- mon Players 4. HOWARD A. LEVINE H "Howie" Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Baseball 2, 4, Tennis 3, A Cappella 4, Choir 4, Glee Club 4, Shield Club 4. CLARK B. LOTH "Clark" Soccer 4, Cross Country 3, Swimming 33 Skiing 4, Ten- nis 3, 4, Hermafzite 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Outing Club 3, 4, International Club 3, Treasurer 4g I-Iermon Players 3. 4. LAURENCE V. LUBIN "Lubes" Football 2, 3U-lj, 4fl-Il, Swimming 2, Basketball 3, Track 2, 3, 4QHJ, Floor Ottlcer, Glee Club 3, 4, Shield Club 4. DAVID E. LUNDE UDHVE-. Soccer 3. 43 International Club 3, 43 Rifle Club 4. CHARLES IW. INIACCRACKEN "Charlie" Football 2, 33 Swimming 2. 3, 43 Tennis 2. 3. 43 Bridge Club 3. 43 Chess Club 2. 43 Rifle Club 2. 4g Railroad Club Z, 3. President 4. WILI.IS A. MCGILL. III "Willy" Soccer 3. 43 Swimming 43 Basketball 31 Track 3. 4g Stu- dent Deacons 43 International Club 3. President 4. J AMES MCHUTCHISON "Hutch" Cross Country 3. Manager 4fHJg Swimming 3, 43 Ten- nis 3, 43 Ht'l'IIl01ljfK 3. 43 I-Iermon Players 3, 4g Interna- tional Club 3. WINSLOW INI. INIARSTON "Win" Cross Country 3. 4fHJ3 Basketball 43 Skiing 31 Tennis 3U-IJ. Captain 4U-U3 Band 33 Chess Club 4. GEORGE W. MASON "George" Cross Country 43 Swimming 43 Tennis 43 Outing Club 43 International Club 4. PAUL K. METEVIA. JR. "Teev" Football 3. 43 Basketball 3, 43 Baseball 3fI-IJ, Captain 4fHJ3 Bridge Club 4. ROBERT I-I. MEYERS "Bob" Soccer 1. 23 Skiing 1, 2. 3. 41 Tennis 43 Lacrosse 1. 2. 3. 43 Glee Club 43 Outing Club 1. 2, 3. 43 Shield Club 3. 43 Bridge Club 43 Debating Forum 4. 43 RICHARD J. MORAN "Richie" Football 411-IJ3 Basketball 43 Baseball 4fHJQ Shield Club 4. KARL W. NEUSE "Noose" Football 1. 23 Cross Country 3, 4U-U3 Skiing 1, 2fI-IJ, HHH. 4fHJ3 Track 1. 2, 3fI-IJ. 4fHJ3 T. Q. fAlter- natej 43 A Cappella 4g Choir 3. 43 Glee Club 43 Chess Club 2, 3. President 43 Stamp Club 3, Secretary 43 Ex- plorer Post 40 1. BARRY J, MILLER "Barry" Soccer 1, 23 Swimming 1. 23 Tennis 1. 23 Chess Club 1, Treasurer 2. 3. 43 Stage Crew 3, JOHN A. MILLER. JR. "John" Football 3. 43 Hockey 3, 43 Tennis 3. 43 Floor OtIicer3 Outing Club 43 Rifle Club Secretary 4. JAMES L. NEVIMAN ' "Frog" f Football 1. 2. 3. 43 Wrestling 2. 3. 411-IJ3 Skiing 13 Lacrosse 1. 2. 33 T. Q. 43 A Cappella 43 Choir 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 43 Gtllezwzy 43 Shield Club 43 Rifle Club I. F. WILLIAM NOONAN. JR. i "Bill" Soccer 2, 3, 43 Skiing 2. 3, 43 Tennis 2. 3, 43 Glee Club 43 Hermonile 3, 43 Band 23 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Outing Club 4g Shield Club 4. TI-IOMA-S1 L.1 O'BRIEN "Tom" Football 1, 2, 3. 43 Swimming 1, 2. Manager 411-IJ3 Tennis 1, 2, 33 Hermrmife 1. 2. 3. 43 Outing Club 1. 23 Shield Club 43 I-Iermon Players 1. 2. 3, 43 Bridge Club 33 Chess Club 43 Debating Forum 2. 3. President 4. 1 D.. JOSEPH OLSON ..J0e.. Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2. 3. 4: Baseball 23 Lacrosse 3, 4fI'I,Q International Club 4. PETER Y. ONG "Pete" Football 1, 21 Cross Country 3. 43 Swimming lg Wres- tling 21 Tennis 1. 2. 35 Bridge Club 4g Chess Club 2. 3, 43 Rifle Club 4. WOODSON H. ORVIS "WcHocly" Football 41 Soccer 33 Basketball 3g Baseball 5. 4: Choir 3. 43 Band 31 International Club 3. 4g Hermon Players 4. OIANIES G. PATERSON "Wliitey" Soccer 4fHjg Basketball 41 Track 411-U1 Student Deacons 4g Choir 4. AIOHN E. PAYNE "Rebel" Football 3. 4: Bridge Club 4g Rifle Club 5. 4. DONALD J. PEARSON "Don" Soccer 23 Cross Country 3g Basketball 23 Skiing 4g Ten- nis 2, 3, 45 Floor Officerg Student Deacons 43 Band 41 Radio Club 2. 3, 45 Railroad Club 2, 5, 4g Sunday School Teacher 4. RUSSELL H. PEKRUL "Russ" Football 2. 3: Basketball 2. 3. 41 Tennis 2. 3. 43 Floor Officer: A Cappella 41 Choir 3, 4g Hermon Knights 3, 45 Social Committee 5, 4. VALDEMAR F. PARADISE -'vga Football 4g Orchestra 4. FRANCIS J. PARTEI., JR. "Bird" Football 2, 3, 45 Swimming 35 Skiing 43 Lacrosse 2, 3U-U. 4fHJg Students' Forum 23 Choir 43 Glee Club 43 Outing Club 3. 43 Shield Club 3, 4g Cheerleader 43 Senior Lounge Committee President. DANIEL P. POTEET ..Dan,, Soccer 1. 2. 33 Basketball 1, 2. 3. 43 Tennis 1. 2. 3, 43 Cutler Scholar 43 Class Treasurer 33 Students' Council Vice-President 43 Student Deacons 43 Students' Forum 3, 43 HL'1'71lfII1ifL' 2. 3. Editor-in-Chief 43 Outing Club 2, 3, Secretary 4. WILLIAM E. PURDY "Purds" Soccer 3. 43 Basketball 3. 4fHj3 Tennis 3fHj, 4fHj3 Floor Otficerg Social Committee 4. DAVID F. RAWSON "Dave" Soccer 2. 3. 4: Skiing 2, 3. 43 A Cappella 43 Choir 43 Glee Club 2. 33 Outing Club 2, 3, 4g Hermon Players 4. THOMAS H. RHINE f1T0m,, Soccer 2. 3. Manager 4QHJ3 Swimming 2. 3, 43 Tennis 2, 3. 43 Glee Club 43 Hermouile 3. 43 Outing Club 3. 4g Shield Club 3, 4. DAVID C. PERSON ..Pa., Football 1, 2. 3. 4IfH,Q Basketball 13 Hockey 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4fHj3 Outing Club 2. SILAS J. PIERSON Q-Siu Soccer 1, 2, 3. 43 Hockey 1. 2, 3. 4fHJQ Baseball 1 Lacrosse 2, 3fI-Ij. Co-Captain 4fHJ3 Glee Club 43 Out ing Club 13 Shield Club 3, 43 Explorer Post 40 1. HAROLD G. RICHARDSON, JR. "Hal" Football 1, 2. 3. 4g Wrestling 23 Basketball 13 Track 1 2, 3. 43 Outing Club 2. 43 Rifle Club 2, 4. PD, CHRISTIAN RIEGER -.-H V "Chris" Football 2. 4g Swimming 2, 3. 43 Track 2, 43 Tennis 3 Glee Club 3, 43 Choir 43 Shield Club 4g Social Com- mittee 4. Josie R. Rorz "Pepe" Soccer 4fHJ5 Basketball 45 Golf 4fHj5 International Club 4. PETER E. ROSS 'Pete" ' Soccer 2: Wrestling 2. 3fHj. 4fHjg Tennis 2. 3. 4: A Cappella 3. 4: Choir 2, 3. 45 Glee Club 2. 3. 45 Band 25 Outing Club 2, 45 Shield Club 4. FRANKLIN W. SCHNEIDER "Frank" Soccer 2. 3. 4fHJg Basketball 3, Manager 4fHJ5 Hockey 25 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Heruzofzife 3, 45 Outing Club 3, 4. DAVID H. SCHORER itDave,, Football 1. 2, 3. 45 Basketball 15 Skiing 2, 3, 45 Base- ball 1: Lacrosse 2. 3. Co-Captain 4fHJ5 A Cappella 45 Choir 2. 3. 45 Glee Club 45 Outing Club 1, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, President 45 Cheerleader 45 Hermon Players 4 TRYON C. ROSSER .UI-ry., Football 4fHj5 Track 4fHjg Outing Club 4. CRAIG M. RUMLER URLIYNSU V Football 2, 3. 45 Skiing 2, 3. 4fI-UL Track 2. 3. 4U-ll? T. Q. 45 A Cappella 3, 45 Choir 3, 45 Operetta 33 Social Committee 3. ERNEST S. SAGALYN "Sags" Soccer 2, 3, 4fHj5 Swimming 25 Basketball 3, 45 Ten- nis 25 Golf 3fHj, 4fHj5 Bridge Club 3, 45 RifIe Club 3. 4. HAROLD V. SALLADA "Teabags" Soccer 1. 2. 3. 4fHj1 Basketball l. 23 Skiing 45 Track 1, 2. 3fHJ. 4fHJ5 Glee Club 35 Galeuwy 45Hermor1ile 1, 2, 3, 45 Outing Club 15 Shield Club 3. 45 Stamp Club 1, 2, 3, President 45 Hermon Players 1. BRIAN C. SEDGWICK "Limey" Football 40-U3 Skiing 4g Track 411-Ijg International Club 43 Rifle Club 4. WILLIALI A. SIHLER P. O. Box 1761, Juneau, Alaska "Bill" Soccer 4. I-IARTLEY R. SMITH "Smither" Football 3, 43 Skiing 33 Track 3, 43 Outing Club 43 Shield Club 43 International Club 43 RiHe Club 5, 41 Social Committee 4. R. DOUGLAS SMYTI-I "Rollo" Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1. 2, 3, 43 Lacrosse Z, 3, 4U-II3 Ilermrwile 2. 3. 43 Shield Club 4, ROBERT T, SNIPES "Bob" Soccer 23 Fall Tennis 43 Swimming 2, 3. 4U-IJ3 Tennis 2. 3, 43 Chess Club 43 Rifle Club 4. JAMES E. SPOFFORD "jim" Soccer 2, 3, 43 Skiing 2. 3. 43 Tennis 2. 3. 43 T. Q. KAI- ternatej 43 A Cappella 43 Choir 43 Glee Club 3. 4. JOHN E. STEBBINS "Jack" Football 13 Cross Country 2. 3. 4L Swimmiflg 1. 2. 4. Track 1. 2, 3, 4a T. 3, 43 A Cappella 2. 5, 41 Choir I, 2, 3, Secretary 43 Glee Club I, 2. 5, 43 Operetta l. 3. JON v. STICKLES ..JOn,. Soccer 1, 2, 33 Skiing 1, 2, 3, 43 Tennis 1. 2. 3. 42 Out- ing Club 23 International Club 33 Bridge Club 4. AIOHN D. STOBO "Stobinski" Soccer 3fl-lj, 4fHj3 Swimming 33 Hockey 4fHj3 Golf 5, 4fHl3 Outing Club 43 Press Club 43 Biology Club 3. PETER B. SYMONDS "Pete" Football 33 Swimming 33 Vlfrestling 4fHJ3 Tennis 3. 4: Biology Club 5. 4. HENRY Y. S. TANG "Henry" Soccer 1. Z. 43 Wrestling 1, 23 Tennis 1. 43 Radio Club 13 Rifle Club 21 Printing Club 1. 2. JAMES Y. T. TANG "lim" Soccer 4fH,Q Track 4g International Club 4. RICHARD G. TILLEMA "Dick" Football 23 Hockey 2. 3. 43 Tennis 2. 3, 43 Debating Forum 2. 4, ALLAN K. TURNER UAV. Football lg Soccer 2, 3fHJ. Captain 4fHj3 Basketball l. 2. 5. Manager 4fHJg Baseball Z. 3. 43 Tennis 13 Choir 43 Gwtlffilklj' 43 Press Club I. 2. President 5. 43 Hermon Players 5. 43 Chess Club 23 Rifle Club 2. LEO M. S. VAN DEN BLINK "Layo" Soccer 3. 43 Basketball 43 Hockey 3: Baseball 3. 43 A Cappella 43 Choir 43 Glee Club 43 Orchestra 3. 43 Inter- national Club 3, 43 Photography Club 4. ROBERT J. VARGAS "Bob" Football I, 2. 3. 43 Swimming 3. 43 Skiing 1. 23 Base- ball l: Track Z. 3. 43 Students' Forum 43 Internationpl Club 43 Rifle Club 43 Social Committee 1. 3. JOHN K. WARN Soccer 3. 4, Basketball 3. 4, Baseball 3. 4, Shielcl Club 43 "john" Rifle Club 4. DAVID F, WATT "Dave" Soccer 4, Bancl 43 Hermon Knights 4, Hermon Players 4. KAROLY E. VITEZ "Karl" Soccer 43 Swimming 4fHjg Track 3. 43 Student Dea- cons 4g International Club 4. CHARLES D. WANTMAN "Charlie" Football 1, 2, 4g Swimming 3, 4, Basketball 1. 23 Base- ball 1g Lacrosse 2g Golf 3, 4, Floor Ofllcerg T. Q. KAI- ternatej 3. 41 A Cappella 3. 41 Choir 2, 3, President 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Hermonite 1, 2, 3. 43 Hermon Players 3, 4. JOSEPH B. WATTERSON ..JOe,, Football 3, 4, Soccer 1. 2, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Skiing 45 Baseball 1, Track 2, 3, 4, T. Q. 4, A Cappella 3, 4g Choir 3, 43 Glee Club 3. 45 Operetta 3, Outing Club 2, Rifle Club 2. DANIEL C. WAUGH "Dan" Football 1, 2, 3: Soccer 43 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4fHjg Base- ball 1, 2, 4, Floor Officerg Glee Club 4, Gateway 4g Hermonile 3, 45 Chess Club Secretary 3, 45 Stamp Club 3, 4, Rifle Club 3, 4. GARY D. WEALE I "Gary" Football 2, 3, 4fHjg Hockey 2. 3. 4fHjg Baseball 2, 35 Lacrosse 4fHJ1 Girleuzzy 45 Hermunile 3, 43 Hermon Players 2, Debating Forum 2. FREDRICK A. WEBEL "Fred" Soccer 1. 2. 3. 4g Skiing 2, 3, 43 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Outing Club 43 Stamp Club 1, 2. 3, Rifle Club 4. PETER N. WELSH "Pete" Football 2. Manager 3fHJ. 4fHy3 Hockey 2. 311-IJ, Captain 4fHjg Tennis 23 Golf 33 Baseball 4g Students' Council 43 Floor OtIicer3 Head Deacon 43 Hermofzife 2, 3, 43 Outing Club 23 ShieIdbClub 43 Press Club 4g Rifle Clu 2. STEPHAN M. WEYTE "Steve" Football 13 Soccer 23 Swimming 13 Skiing 2, 3, 43 Ten- nis 1, 2, 4g T. Q. 43 A Cappella 3. 43 Choir 1, 2, 3. 43 Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 43 Operetta 33 Hermon Players 2, 4. LESTER G. WHITTAKER "Les" Football 1. 2, 33 Swimming 13 Skiing Manager 311-IJ, 4fHj3 Track 13 Outing Club 3, 4g Hermon Players 2, 3, 4g Photography Club 13 Radio Club 2. LLOYD M. WILCOX, JR. "Lloyd" Football 1. 23 Skiing 1, 2. 43 Tennis 1. 2, 3, 45 Outing Club 3. 43 Press Club 43 Chess Club 3, 4g Biology Club 43 Debating Forum 4. G. FREDERICK WILKINS "Fred" Cross Country 33 Skiing 3. 45 Track 33 Tennis 4g Glee Club 4. DAVID L. WINCHESTER "Dave" Soccer 3. 43 Basketball 3. 43 Baseball 3. 43 Choir 3. 43 Band 3, 43 Orchestra 3. 4g Hermon Knights 3, Leader 4. PAUL C, WHITE "Paul" Soccer 1. 2. 43 Cross Country 33 Swimming 13 Basket ball 2, 4g Wrestling 33 Track 1, 2, 3, 4g Outing Club 1 2. 3, 4g Bridge Club 2, 33 Hermon Players 2, 3. KENNETH T. WHITON "Ken" Football 33 Wrestling 4g Baseball 43 Rifle Club 4. 3? :f ix R R S5- K QQ FRASER G, XX'RlGH'I' "F1'.1sc" liutlmill l. Z, 5. -HHDL ligiskctlmll 33 5kuug 1. 21 Busc- lwlll l, JQHQ. HHJ. NHHJQ Clwii' 1. I-. ,lg Outing Clulw Ig Slliclll Clulw -ig l'i'ux Clulw 3 T. ANTHONY XX"RIGHT "Nl4u11y" lmmtlmll l. 2. 3.111 5kung I, 2. 54 -lg ligiwlmill IL l..iLm55p- 3, 'lg cillllll' -lg Glu' Cflulv 51 Outing Clulv l. 2. 3. 41 Rilly Cilulw I. 1. LEONARD H. XX'l'RNAN HXXILIYINH H r tlmll 51 ligiskctlmill 5. 43 Hmkcv -11 Gull HHH, 'll lg Outing: Club Sp Sliiclll Cflulv bl. AlONA'I'H AN VV, XVOOD "W'omly" Shield Clulw ,ig lirillgc Club -I1 Riflc Clulw Qi. Roismu' A, womb "Chip" Fmvtlmll 23 Soccer 3g Swimming A13 ltukctlmill Ig Hug lm lull 21 Gulf Ml-Up Ai: P11-xx Cflulw 53 Cfli Iuului' -lg Clicw Clulw -lg Dflllliiljl Fmum ll. I! qu-1' 5. Alg Swimming 'ill-ljg Hmkcy 53 'llnnis 5, l MV' vw' qw-w""" EDWARD PAGE CRANE ln Dlelnorialn A vilvmnt smilc . . . A L'l1L'C.'I'l.Lll and humorous disposition . , , Quiet but not rctiring A sparkling agility . , . A promising rxthlctc . . , His spirit will .llwrlys remain .1 par thc Class of 1959 . . . N 1 l,l'0llll l'I'f N I11111I1'1'g.11'11'11 I 11.11 1111111II1. 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As I walked tl1rougl1 Times Scjuare, .1 tjamiliar, lugubrious stare stopped me, My old liriend Dave I.unde. .111'omp.1nied by john Payne. .lim Dalgety. .llhl .Iohn Cummings tall delegates to the Inter- n.1tion.1l Cfonvention ot Ivlotortyele Cflubsj began to 1h.1t'. I lC.lI'lIL'kI that "Quiet Fred" Brown is head libr.1ri.1n at P. S. 205 lirom midnight till three A.M. on weekends. Doug Smyth is making a fortune selling Ifrenth posteards. Pete Welsli is in jail .1s .1 C..lI1.ltII.1I1 spy. .1nd Al Turner is ser- geant-.1t-.1rms ol the Queens Brotl1erhood of xYI.1llL'I'S. I .1lso learned that Steve XX'eyte is the understudy to Mr. Kitzel on the .latk Benny Show. Wlhen the l0llYL'I'5.ltl0lI turned to job hunting, tl1ey sent me over to Baldwinis Snappy Snowshoes. Int. to see Bill Batty, the personnel m.1n.1ger. Wlieii, on my way to tl1e tatttory. I met Pete Crumb sweeping out a bakery, he gave me more news: Ken ling is tl1e foreman in charge of INLIIZOII balls at tl1e rapidly expanding East Asia Noodle Ifaetory. I-.lI'fy' Lubin has just walked off with his twentieth consecutive HcJSL.ll'H as tl1e best-dressed male seamstress ot 1979. Norm Duns- more busily repairs washing lI1.lt'l1llIL'S, and Ilal Sallada busses part time at the 59th Street Auto- mat. I finally reaehed the snowshoe lattory alter a near collision with .1 Volkswagen drix en by Steve Allen and Art Cofod. who were lighting for possession ol' the steering wheel. Until I saw them heading aeross the East River, I had not realized that Volkswagens Hoat. Wlieii I greeted Bill Batty, I remarked on his eheertiul look. "We- just acquired some fingers for our bridge team: Wes james, Bob Ippolito, Bob Findlay, and Ditk Moran." replied Bill. Wlwile talking sports, he mentioned that Don Cfook is making a name for himself at Madison Square Garden, replaeing burned-out ligl1t bulbs, Riel: Goodrich and Steve Hammalian spar daily at Iiric I-Iill's gym. In an unpreeedented vote. Rick Ash, Bob Emmet. Tom Holbrook, and Tabey were exalted as the speediest Vlfestern Union messengers in Brooklyn. But after our conversation. I was still unemployed. Sparring partners. As the middle of the afternoon approached, I strolled toward an establishment called Eaton and Wurman-Delicatessen 8: Bar. The pugnacious grin of john Kaufmann, the bouncer, greeted my entrance, and he escorted me to the bar. He sur- reptitiously asked the bartender, "Fat Fred" Brown, to lay off the water and give me company beer. Beside me at the bar were Bill Purdy and Si Pierson, mourning the loss of their amateur standing through a disagreement with the Police Athletic League. They told me that Soren West had been kicked off the Sth Street sandlot team for calling umpire Frank Partel a dirty Bird. In the background, I heard sweet music issuing from opera tenors Dick Barker and john Clay, accompanied by Dave Winchester and Leo van den Blink. Their voices blended beautifully in a tear-jerking rendition of "Lights on Hermon's Hill." In a dark corner I espied Les Whittaker and Tom Bethea swapping stories. From them I learned that Bob Hamilton and Dave Schorer, ex- Alpine guides, are leading tours in the Empire State Building. jose Rolz is seeking asylum in New York, because the revolt he began in Guate' mala failed. Lew Butler, contented with his position as janitor in the Bard College dormitories, corresponds frequently with another happy cus- todian, jon Darrah, keeper of the Rollins College Chapel. Bethea said joel Beak, the affluent salesman of "hot" golf balls at Sleepy Knoll Country Club, gives needed tips to Pete Olsen and Chris Rieger, partners in the newly-established Manhattan Escort Service. Whittaker told me that Pete Ross is a card shark, and that McHutchison is gaining fame as a ,chuck hunter and N. B. C. farm commentator. As the beer took effect, I felt the need of spir- itual comfort and started for the Bowery Mission. There I found jim Spofford ringing bells for Mike Galazka, who is making millions cleaning out dens of iniquity. I learned that Dick Tillema tests rat traps and Bombay Anderson tastes Indian tea for Standard Testing Service. Brian Sedgwick is a mortician, or rather, an English planter. In regard to my search for work, Spofford suggested I try R. H. Macy's. During the subway trip to Macy's, I met Neville Davison who told me that he removes moustaches from signs on the IRT, and has invented 47 dif- ferent ways of erasing. 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'if' 553'-,.,.v,". f , 415, , fffff 4,54 ,V,y5:n3:"f,,wf V 'A - 4 ,, , , , , , V , A , ,V ,, ,,,, , , , , , f H , J- ,, , , M a,J,wi2f4f1mg,, I ' W f , 7,4 ,4 ,V . Ph ' WWWZW Jef 41 M! ,mf X , X QP 3 'l X 1 X kg 23552 SSR 353 A 5. 2. 532133. I x if F ,, Q. j E ,A GI l f, K fi 5 ' 1 3 if Q S 5 ig x 35 ,, S 1 E f 1? 1 if f , ' 2 F Q, 5 Q ,. Q E 5 1 TilviTies STUDENTS' COUNCIL I P All 91 , Nolan. Welsl1, Naialca, Emmet. SL.1ffd+'PL'ICl'5. Mr. Bauer. Eten, Poteet. jay. Shlllxfjllll. itll lu rigJl'f . en, . tarp HE tirst year ot' Mount Hermon's rejuvenated student government saw it functioning with increased elliciency and assuming greater respon- sibility than in recent years, john Eten presided over both the administrative Students' Council and the legislative Students' Forum. Using the power "to act on disciplinary prob- lems," the Council proved its value by regulating student activity. The organization not only pun- ished minor otfenders but sent representatives to several Executive Committee meetings. Additional responsibility assumed by the Council included assistance in West Hall supervision and control of vacationers on the New York train, In its more pleasant functions, the Council responded to Forum suggestions about the social program by obtaining the use of the gymnasium for a pre-movie dance, a sock hop, and a "sports' STI 'DEN TS' FO RL' M Rr fy fuzz' fclil in rielvl-Nonken. Sharp, Kivrol. Welsli, Apter, D. Benson, Varg as. Nolan. Strand wir-f--D. .VUilson, 'IE 'Thompson S. West. Crumb, Naiaka. P. Allen, I.amphere, Ferris. Fwuf run' - -Duilaul, R. Eosteri R, Emmet. Poteet, Eten QPresidentj, jay, Peters, Best. Gateway EDITOR-IN-CHIEF David Silver FACULTY james L. Newman, jr., Editor SENIORS AND UNDERCLASSMEN Kevin F. Cramer, Editor l Daniel P. Potfet, ll, Hfffory Mr. David W. Hudson, Advisor. Steven P. Cohen, Proplvery PHOTOGRAPHY ACTIVITIES Donald B. daParma, Edilor Daniel C- Waugh, Edim' John C. Clay, Pborograplaer Rlfhafd Ash, lf- Kafl W- Neuse Robert L. Hoffman Robert A. Eigenrauch Albert R. Dowden David H. Schorer Langdon Hadley, II John Eten John E. Stebbins Donald Pearson Peter N. Welsh ARTISTS Neville C. Davison, III SPORTS Stephen J. Hammalian Gary D. Weale, Edimr Leslie P. jay Winslow M. Marston BUSINESS MANAGERS D. Blake Johnstone Peter C. Olsen Harold V. Sallada Franklin W. Schneider Allan K. Turner Snwdixzg, If-ff fu rigbf-Clay. daParma, Newman. Hammalian. Waugh, Cramer. Turner. Smud- Weale, Silver, Sallada, Davison. i Q 2 STl'Dl5NT DIZACONS S'li"f1i'i' li ll! In ifglil Paterson. S. XX'est. Brennan, Poteet. Pearson. McGill. Vitez. Stand--li. l.ee. . .f.i ig. I Darrah. NX'elsh fHead Deaeonj. Baldwin. Carson. R. ltmmet. night." Arrangements at Wlest Hall provided spe- tial senior dinner dates during the winter. and tooperation with the Northfield Student Govern- ment produced an extra dante as an alternative to movie dates. Toward the end of the year. the Clountil and lforum discussed plans for a "tree" senior study hall which would intlude the advan- tages of' free movement and the extensions of late lights. ln retrospett. the intrease in respett and responsibility of the new government seems to hav e athieved the ideal of a year ago. 'lhe Student Deacons, under the leadership of' Pete XX'elsh. emharked on several toedueational ventures this year. Meetings with the Northfield Clhureh Cabinet and partieipation in the 'lanuary switth of Sunday servites were added to the usual weekend at the Independent School Religious Confierente in Northfield. The Deacons also took over the chapel detoration for Christmas Vespers. providing the lvatltdrop for the impressive tymdle- lighting teremony. In addition to the engaging new aetivities. estalwlished duties of ushering, as- signing prayer leaders, and tolleeting and dis- tributing offerings continued as usual. Carrying out its set purpose, the 1958-W Hei- fzmizile employed many improvements: thange in layout, extellent photography, a new editorial THE HERMONITE Rim' wir. lttl lo l'!AQ!llY-fil'LllUl'P, Sallada, MeHutehison, Asheratt. Cofod. Vlfelsh, Smyth. Noonan. 0'lSrien. Serfmd iffzz ling. S. Cohen, Schneider. Wfeale. G. Cwnmings. Dawson. laith. Rhint. . . J I' Olsen S Allen I. Kaufmann. Fifffif Iflll'4'ElgCI1I'1lLlCl1, Dust-lc. N. Davison. Darrah. lnteet. V Q in l P lienson, li, Lee. Silver. Wlaugh. Xxlantman. PRIZSS Cfl.l'li .N.'.ii.'.l,'1.Qg. X111 If' flffli' 'Stoho. R. 'l.l1UIIlPSUI1. Hihh.1rtl. Putty. XXX-Ish. Hmiiiselmetlit 51,111.1 Mi ll.lltlNYlI1, Pettee. Presser. lliwlist. ln. XX'ilt11x ho.1r1l, .intl .in intlustrioiis hiisiness IN.lI1.1gL'I'. lfor yL'.lf siittesstul tor the Press Cluh, lfor the tirst .1 I'L'.ll .1ppre1i.1tion ot' the work tlone hy etlitors time in tliih history, .1 tompetition w.1s llL'14.'SS.ll'5 Poteet .lllkl lienson .intl l'.1t'ulty .itlvisor Mr. Burn- to selett the sixteen memhers. Another lllkllulllllll ll.lI11, the 1l.1ssit story ol' the ,l'll.lIlliSglX'lIlg V.1t.1- ot' the KlLIl3'S vitality w.1s the L'Ill.lI'kQL'lNL'Ill ol' its tion issue shoultl he toltl. The 1is1i.1l trip to the ehetks from the Xen Yffrl 'Innes tor storing: Amherst printers three tl.1ys heliore p11hli1.1tion reports. Retognition from other schools t.1me in re1e.1le1l impending 1'.1nt'ell.1tion ot' the issue he- the invitation to help pl.1n Ll PfCIW.lI'.lI0I'y sthool k1lLlSL' ot' .1 press l'LlllLlI'L', The etlitors retiirnetl to press letigue. Presitlent Al Turner pI,1y-UI 41 mrlioi Amherst litteen hours hetiore the tirtultition 1le.11l- role in determining wh.1t .lfC.lS ot .ittixity the line .intl worlietl until I1C.lfly mitlnight. A meeting lL'.lLQI.IL' would tover. During the year. the tllllfs ot' the t!l'kLll.1llOI1 lW0.1I'Ll .it six A.M,, .intl .1 two- .ihility to meet 1le.1tllines provitletl LUYL'l'.lQL' to ho11r w.1it hetore the IMIPCFS lin.1lly iirrivetl. un- .ill xpirsity home games iintl II'l.1I1y' other tontests toltletl, pre1e1le1l one ot' the ye.1r's superior issues, Another 0Yg.lI1lZQlflOIl tovering home 4Lf.llllL'S h.11l A I10l'.llWlL' inere.1se in student interest IU.lLlL' the the tluties ot' playing host to the xisit' +1 K I ' nib le.1IYEs SHIELD Cl.l'l5 Keir wir. lt!! In rzgfifwl'lro1ll1e.11l. S. Kn.1pp. Newm.1n, Ciootlritli. l'l.tl1llIl.lll.lI1, llioolts, lost, lf XX'i'igl1t, R. Atl.1ms. Smyth. Drury. Glesm.1nn. liiximhle. Cfriimh. 'lfifirl init Rieeei' P Russ R.11l1ine. l.. Poster. Sitterly. l.11hin. 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The Crilflffil of Vivaldi, sung at the Sacred Concert, gave the choir boys their most impressive and inspiring moment of the year. More dillicult parts fell to the A Cappella singers. who practiced an extra hour every week. The IUOFL' select group ol' the Triple Quartet set a school precedent when it appeared on local television. Overshadowed lvy this engagement were the trips to churches in Wforcester, Shellwourne Falls, Brattleboro. and Amherst. The Douhle Octet, from which the T. was selected. sang special parts in the major sacred programs and the Glee Club Festival. Several other appearances on hoth campuses closed the groups trying hut re- warding schedule. The evening ot june sixth presented the Clec The Mount Hermnn Band. A Mt. Monadnock trip. Cluh in its most important role ot' the year gthe Commencement Coneert. In a revival of tradition, the eighty Mount Hermon singers com- hined with the Northfield Chaneel Choir and the orchestra to provide parting entertainment for the two Classes ot' 1959 and their families, A tontert at Northfield on Ii0under's Sunday and part of an assemhly program were the first puhlie performances of the group, The climactic winter appearante came in the Eighth Annual foothall games. Mr, Swit't's and Mr. L'Homme- dieu's troupe then warmed up for its hiennial Deerfield excursion with a Hlirsti' on the trip to Andover accompanying the loothall team, The pep rally provided a final test hefore the hig Preparatory School Glee Cluh Concert. Following numhers hy the individual eluhs-Deerfield, Ver- mont, Kimhall Union, Willistoii, Mount Hermon, and Lenox-Mr. Tisehler, the Vermont director, led the eomhined groups in Mozart's impressive G'lr1ri.1 m li.wef.ii,i' to tontlude the festival. lnstrumental music appeared on tampus this year with the hand's perliormantes at the home Cilieers Henson. liramhle. Snliiirer. Wfillianis. and Puteet. . and it tan he stitthed up as .i hu-tl trap, g.1me. Assuming the form ot' .1 tontert l5.lllkl, the group held .111 outdoor pertiornmnte .1t Northfield during the spring, Though limited in the I1't.lc2LI1llLlLlC ot its enter- prises, Mount Hermon's outing eluh t.lI'flL'Ll on .lll .1eti1'e lWf0gl'.lIl'l. 5und.1yAnight meetings proxided instruction in hiking skills .uid promoted the hest elinihing in the li.1st with slides on Mount Kklltllltllll, the Adirond.11ks, .1nd the XX'hite Mnun' t41ins. The outdoor .utivities intluded n1.1inten.1n1e ol' the tlulfs L.llWlI1 .1nd the tutting ot' Ll new ski tr.1il for .1 servite project. H.1lt'-d.1y hikes to loc.1l points ol' interestff the ci.lSL.lLlL'S .1nd llell's Kitchen-were I'CLfL'Llll0ll.ll diversions. The winter schedule intluded snowshoe hikes, .1n .1llAd.1y trip to Mount Mon11dno1'k, .1nd tl XX,CClllL'SLl.ly ski trip to Hoglmck Mount.1in. Highlighting the spring was one ot the tontluding so1i.1l events ol' the ye.1r, the Outing Cluh pitnit. Though not strenuously eng.1ging, this yl.'.ll'i9 Stamp Ciluh provided .1 l.lI'KLfL' memhership with 70 tim-.istirc hunts, Juttiuiia. .tml tlixxwiiigs to oppmtiiiiititw tu iiitimnst- tollt-ttioiis. Atlxisur Mr. ll.iltlwiii .tml l'i'csitlt-iit H.1ii'y S.lll.lLl.l org.mizt'tl im-titiiigx .tml pl.1iim'tl tht- tolortul .mmml cxhihit, toiiiplutt- xxith prizu. 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Al- though the plans for an indoor range proved llUPI'LlLllL'AllUli.', President Chip ,Iohnstone orgmized seveml meets for the spring term. S i P.1neI discussion on dating. Co-Presidents Rick Ash .ind Dick Bodner sthed- uled the Biology Cllulis l:flLl.ly-lllglll opportunities for laboratory' work, out of ulitss, .lI'lLl presented several guest speakers from netirhy folleges, Nu- merous movies completed one of the few edut.1- tional extraturriculur programs on tmunpus. Much of the tlulis success this year was due to its tid- visor, Mr. Allen, who took vigorous steps to improve laboratory facilities. Dovvden. Cl'Llll1LI'. Wfeytc, .ind Parttl in Au.1ili1ij.1. Herrnunf Hermnnl Hermon! X 1 CS Football ESPITE two one-touchdown losses, the 1958 Mount Hermon Varsity football team- coached by Mr. Rineer, head coach, Mr. Westin, assistant and statistician, Mr. Turner, backfield, and Mr. Piscuskas, line-smashed out an extremely creditable 4-2-1 record. Captain Bill Batty, Tom Draper, and Clay Cox kept the defensive backs wary throughout the season by making sensational catches and devastating blocks. Clearing holes for the backs and crashing enemy runners to the turf were interior linemen, Rick Goodrich, Larry Lubin, Kim Boyle, Tryon Rosser, and Mike Apter. Her- mon's hard-running backfield was composed of Bob Ippolito at quarter, Richie Moran and Bob Findlay at half, and Barry Nolan and Wes james at full. Forcing enemy backs to run inside were Bruce Levinsky and Doug Barrett as defensive ends, and piling up opposing ball carriers were Moran into the end zone. linebackers James, Moran, and Dave Hinkleg guards Jon Darrah and Steve Knapp, and defen- sive backs Findlay, Cox, Draper, and Neal Ketcher. Gaining an average of 271 yards total offense per game, Hermon scored 138 points while hold- ing its opponents to 66. The Big Red ground through enemy tacklers for 1,329 yards rushing, an average of 189.9 per game and a 5.2-yard team average per carry. Through the air, Hermon gained 570 yards, an average of 81.4 per game. Largely responsible for this passing offense was 5 4 Scout ? Ippolito, who connected on 27 of 60 tries for six touchdowns. Hermon's bread-and-butter man, Moran, was the leading rusher, averaging 5.7 yards per carry for 465 yards. Moran paced the scoring with 46 points, Findlay followed with 36 gained by slashing 401 yards for an average of 7.4 per try. Although he crossed the goal just once, Hermon's bruising fullback, Nolan, smashed 276 yards in 49 attempts for a 5.6 average. Findlay around left end. lnt tlu uptstmtt opt-tum' .tt Cttxlttng on Otttalut- I, tlu- Rt-tl tltt.txlu'tl tlu- Pttrpltg 1446, Motxttt lvttrat ttituty tytrtlx up tlut multllt' on tlu- otwttittktg kukotl to gttt- tlu- M.tt'tumtt itx tltst points wlu-tt tlu' stutsott w.ts only lttttt'tt'utt xt-tomls tmltl. 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Mtg lltxtttxlwtx S.Ifff,'.f tfftt NV. XXX-sttn. Ktttlu-V, Cox. Ptrwtt. Sw.tt1. 5 Knapp. lpptwltttt lxtlltx ltxtttxltx. Mr. Rttuwt' l'lrfff.'l Vffll Dr.tput'. Cltwtulrttlt. Aptcti I'-ttylt-. l5.tttx fc1.II'l.IIII,. Rttsxtl. l.lIl7III. Mtmtn, Xttltn. l:IIItll.IX. to the enemy 32. Three plays later Moran splashed nineteen yards for Hermon's single tally. Though he had not practiced punting for three weeks, Brian Sedgwick, Hermon's place-kicker, took over for the injured Ippolito, and kicked the slippery ball six times for an excellent 34-yard average. Playing to a home crowd, Hermon exploded against Vermont, gaining 494 yards in smashing the Black, 34-0. Surging through enemy tacklers, Nolan spurted forty yards and then fifteen more to tally Hermon's first touchdown. The Maroon then staged its longest drive of the season as it marched 92 yards in fourteen plays with Findlay But it's only a game fellas. racing the final 44 yards. For I-Iermon's third touchdown Moran caught a 32-yard pass from Ippolito and sped 30 yards into the end zone. Shortly thereafter Draper leaped high to steal Ippolit0's 27-yard pass from the hands of two Vermont defenders. Hermon's last score came when Ippolito hit Moran on an eight-yard trailer pass. In a game marked by Findlay's running and Ippo1ito's punting, the Maroon crushed Stock- bridge, 30-6. After Moran had darted 68 yards in vain because of a penalty, Findlay raced 73 yards on a reverse to score. Following Ippolito's scoring dive from the one, Moran cavorted 36 yards to Stockbridge's three and Findlay tallied again. Late 76 in the third quarter, Findlay got his third touch- down on a 29-yard dash. Despite penalties, Her- mon's "scrub" backfield of Phil Allen, Layng Martine, Gary Weale, and Dick Barker twice reached Stockbridge's six in an impressive show of spirit. Anchoring Hermon's strong defense were Levinsky, Boyle, Goodrich, I-Iinkle, and Dave Person. Inspired by the halftime fight talk of Coach Rineer, Hermon overcame a twelve-point deficit and battled Deerfield to a frustrating 24-24 tie. After Nolan had roared 47 yards on a screen- pass play, and Moran had surged fifteen yards to Deerfield's six, Findlay spurted untouched into the end zone on a perfect reverse. In the third quarter Findlay capped a 62-yard drive with a six-yard plunge over the goal line. After Deerfield had scored again, Moran followed Draper's 40- yard dash to the Greens six with a scoring scamper around end. Draper then made a fantastic catch of Ippo1ito's 40-yard pass, snatching it from the hands of two Green defenders. With just four minutes remaining in the game, however, Deer- field fooled the Maroon on a reverse-punt return to tie the score and foil Hermon in its attempt to break Deerfield's lead in the rivalry. Ippy boots one. Rem' 1'U1l', fefl fo rigbl-Mr. Greene. Mr. McVeigh, Neuse. W. Marston, Booth, Carson. Mc- Hutchison. From mu'-McClintock, Holbrook, Emmet, Ash, D. Wilson. Cross Country R. MCVEIGH and Mr. Greene again demon- strated outstanding coaching by moulding Mount Hermon's powerful nucleus into New Eng- land's best school-boy cross-country squad. Losing only to the Springfield and Dartmouth Freshmen in nine dual meets, the Big Red proved its superior running ability in the New England Prep School Championships by outdistancing its closest competitor in eleven schools, 34-101. Bruce McClintock paced the Maroon to its third win in five years with a second-place time of 13:44 for the 2.55-mile course. Bob Wilson, Tom Holbrook, Ricky Ash, and Karl Neuse placed third, fourth, eighth, and seventeenth. Holbrook led Hermon to victory over Worcester with a record-breaking time of 12:-14 on their 2.5- mile course, and won first place for the Red in the next two meets. Lacking the services of Mc- Clintock, the Maroon lost a close 29-26 decision to a powerful Springfield Freshman team. Coming through when needed, Wilson splashed around the rain-soaked Choate course in 12:17 to take first for Hermon, before Holbrook again took over and finished first against the Williams Freshmen. Hermon's first five: Holbrook, McClintock, Wil- son, Ash, and Captain Bob Emmett each bettered fifteen minutes on the Red's 2.57-mile course to ensure a victory over Avon. just barely missing a new Deerfield course record with a time of l3:00.S for the 2.488-mile run, Holbrook took hrst in the 19-38 crushing of the Green in the final meet. Mount Hermon 21 Worcester 40 Mount Hermon 20 U. of Mass. 37 Mount Hermon li St. Paul's 50 Mount Hermon 29 Springfield 26 Mount Hermon 19 Choate 37 Mount Hermon 23 Williams 32 Mount Hermon 1st place in the New Englands Mount Hermon 37 Dartmouth 22 Mount Hermon 22 Avon Old Farms 36 Mount Hermon 19 Deerfield 38 Soccer NDER the experienced tutelage of Mr. Wy- man and Mr. Scheffer, the Mount Hermon Varsity soccer squad of 1958 fought its way to a 9-1-1 mark and second place in the New England Private School Association. Reaching its zenith in the Deerfield game, Hermon's fiery spirit and will to win enabled the Red to call on that extra something to win this close one. W.. . E Paterson about to boot it away. Five times shutting out opponents by shrewd and daring play in the goal, Captain Al Turner safeguarded the Red's defense. Scoring twelve and eleven goals respectively, insides jimmy Tang and john Custer paced the Maroon's offensive, which outscored its opponents, 46-12. Although he did not score, Randy Foster was the playmaker of the team, kicking seven assists. Hermon's free- kick specialist, jeff Baldwin, contributed six goals, and center Bill Purdy, three. Whitey Paterson and jose Rolz paced the second line with four apiece while Ernie Sagalyn fired three, and Paul Cass and Soren West each scored one. Supporting Her- mon's attack were halfbacks jack Stobo, this year's winner of the Amos Wong Trophy for outstand- ing sportsmanship, john Eten, and Nev Davison. Fullbacks Tom Baxter, Richie Repeta, and Frank Schneider-who netted one amazing shot from mid-field-fought savagely to protect the goal. Although a swampy playing field hampered its offense, Hermon shut out Worcester, 4-0, with Tang and Custer each scoring twice. Diving at the feet of opposing linemen several times to seize the ball during melees in front of the goal, Turner sparked the Red to a 7-2 win over the Springfield Freshmen. At Exeter on October 11, underdog Hermon surprised the powerful home team, 2-1. Trailing 1-0 with just seven minutes remaining, Hermon put on a spirited driveg Purdy blooped the ball through the uprights and Paterson then headed in the clincher. In its worst game of the season, Hermon was tied by Suffield, 1-1, to ruin its chances for first place in the league. Although unable to score in the first half, the Big Red, led by Custer's two goals, caught fire in the latter half to smash the Massachusetts Freshmen, 6-0. In rain and mud, Hermon sloshed to a dismal 2-O win over Choate. On October 29 the Red's sole defeat, a 2-4 loss, came from the otherwise unscored upon Pardon me for pushing. XX'illiams Freshmen. Although Hermon dominated the game. Wfilliams' faster linemen got inside the Red defenders in the first half on fast breaks. ln a game marked by the aggressive defensive play of Baxter and Eten, and Sehneider's unique goal whieh bounced over the goalie's head into the nets. Hermon smashed Cushing. -l-0. Witli Tang providing three goals and Custer two, the Red easily swept by Monson, 8-O. Upon the ar- rival of a loud and spirited crowd at the beginning remaining in the first overtime, Rolz elimaxed a tremendous game by booting a pass from Baldwin into the nets. Fighting savagely to protect its lead, I-lermon's defense was thereafter impregnable, and the game ended a jubilant -f-3 Red victory. Hermons ability to snap out of its first-half doldrums and come bank to win deeisively illus- trates its team spirit and determination to win. The 1958 Varsity soeeer squad simply did not know the meaning of defeat. Run' row, left la right-Rhine, Paterson, Schneider, Sharp, J. Tang, S. West, Rolz, B. Lee. Semud mu'-Mr. Wyman. D. Clapp. Repeta, Cass, T. Baxter. Sagalyn. Pierson. Sallada. Mr, Scheffer. From mu'-N. Davison. Stobo, R. Foster. Purdy. Turner fCaptainj. Custer. Baldwin, Eten. of the final half. Hermon caught fire and scored five goals to beat Willistoii, 6-l. Playing at home with a large supporting crowd, the Maroon edged previously unbeaten Deerfield in overtime. In the first quarter Baldwin, dribbling Fosters perfect cross past the Green goalie, drew first blood. Rolz and then Tang scored to deadlock the game with just five minutes remaining. As the tension mounted. both teams threatened repeat- edly, but Turner. Stobo, Eten, and Davison held off the Green onslaught. With just three minutes Mount Hermon 4 Worcester O Mount Hermon Springheld Mount Hermon Exeter Mount Hermon Sufiield Mount Hermon Univ. of Mass Mount Hermon Choate Mount Hermon Williams Mount Hermon Cushing Mount Hermon Monson Mount Hermon Williston Mount Hermon Deerfield Basketball ESPITE hot and cold shooting streaks, the Mount Hermon Varsity basketball team com- piled an extremely creditable 13-6 season record. Captain Wes james' performances throughout the season were indicative of the determination of the team. Anyone who saw the way in which Wes calmed the team when the situation demanded it. or led the team spiritedly when behind, can appreciate his driving force in the successful -U V.. .a ...M 1 Now fade to the right. and Draper . . . season. Besides pacing the team in assets, Wes scored 195 points, and led in field goal shooting with a ,386 average and foul shooting with a .764. just barely nipping james with 208 points, Bruce McClintock was the leading scorer of the team with a 12.1 game average. l-le was also the best rebounder, clearing the boards 121 times, and continually threatened opponents with his fine defensive play. Placing third in the scoring race was Tom Draper, Hermon's outside shooter, with 176 points. Strongly supporting 1-lermon's Big Three were Al Sharp, Bill Batty, and Barry Brooks. Each scored over eighty points-an average of five per game-and gathered in over ninety rebounds. Don Cook, Bill Purdy, Dick Darrone, and Barry Nolan were the other lettermen on the team. Despite McClintock's great effort in hitting a .500 average for twenty points. Hermon lost its first game to a taller Worcester squad, but bounced back and won its first game from Kimball Union, 50-35. james netted fifteen points and Brooks eleven. I-lermon came up with a strong second half to check Choate, 52-40, as james. McClintock and Draper each scored in double figures, with james, the smallest man on the team, making the first two tap-ins of the season. Gathering in seven- teen rebounds and scoring eighteen points, Mc- Clintock paced the Red to a 48-59 triumph over Vermont. Rattled by an over-enthusiastic crowd, the Maroon lost a 47-40 decision to Wilbraham, despite another twenty-point performance by Mc- Clintock. Overcoming a nine-point deficit with a superb show of spirit and shooting in the second half, the Red downed Deerfield, 48-39. james, Mc- Clintock, and Draper again hit in the double figures as the Maroon outscored the Green, 15-4, in the last quarter. In the face of a tremendous floor-shooting average, james' eighteen-point out- put was not enough, as the Red dropped a 56-51 decision to Kimball Union. Avenging an earlier loss, the Red smashed Wilbraham, 56-53, with Batty hooping thirteen and james ten. Captain Wes james. Dl'.llWL'I' .ind Brooks setup, Coming from hehind with .1 tremendous fourth- LllI.lI'lCl' surge, the Red wulloped Willistoii, 61-SO, with McCilii1toek pouring in twenty-four points, sixteen ot' them on touls, M1Clintotk starred for Hermon in .1 6st-55 triumph over Andover. Led hrilli.1ntly hy ,l.11nes' twenty-five points .ind l1L'.1klS-llp h.1ll playing, the Red nipped Cushing, 'I7--16. Though Batty dunked sixteen points gllhl fl.1shed Al .619 shooting .1x'er.1ge, Hermon dropped .1 6l-io K51.lITlL' to Willistoii. Playing its we.1kest opponent of the ye.1r, the Maroon htirely edged Sutlield, 'ii ffl, .is Brooks hooped eighteen, Sink- ing jump shots with .imtizing .1ttur.1ty. Dr.1per stored twenty-four points to lend Hermon over .1 strong Loomis quintet, 35-'17, Slowing to its poor- est PCfl-0l'I11.lIlLiL' from the floor, the Red lost to .1 Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount MOlll1f Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount' Mount Mount MOllIlf Mount Mount Hermon H ermon H ermon Hermon H ermon Hermon H ermon Hermon H ermon Hermon Hermon Hermon H ermon Hermon Hermon H ermon H ermon H ermon .il SO 52 448 AIO -48 il S6 61 6.1 -17 So .ts 33 'ii -15 65 55 W'or1 ester Kimh.1ll Union Cfho.1te Vermont VUlll7I'Lil1.llN Deerfield Kimball Union Willwr.1l1.1111 Willistoii Andover Cushing Willistoii Suffield Loomis Deerfield Cushing Vermont Greenfield 60 773 -IU 59 -I7 59 56 55 50 55 fI6 66 'l'l -t7 67 449 59 '30 hot Deerfield te.1m, .uid then dropped .1 419--15 decision to Cushing. Tough Vermont w.1s in ton- tention until the lllhll quarter. when Hermon hooped twenty-five points in .1 65-59 smashing of' the Bl.1clc. tis Draper put on Hermon's hest offen' sixe display of' the se.1son. netting twenty-seven points. A loss to Greenfield tomluded tl1e season. 11,11 ion. 1 if lu H1271 f r, urn it '. . ri1o's, .lI'l'0l1Q'. 11111 .1tt1'. 1 Iintot 1 Muintr "wwf I' X ' f M li l lx li li lt D C lx li M Cl lx I I wit Stlineider, Duper. Ptirdy. ,liuuts tCf.1pt.1inj. Nlildll. Sh.1rp. Rin mir. ft!! iw ifgfif- llnnney. Newiniin. Hiiinn1.1li.tn. R, vlohnson. P, Russ, Skitlgt-ll. XX'illi.iins, Mr. Phillips .Ytifiiiif init. mini 71.1 rl' Nlr. Ciiiinvhell. Nr. Crouse. Nirxis. ,l.ly. ll.tl1llQL'l'. llellion. 1 l l' l,tintle. I li.nilin.inn, Ix'nttfff,'e li. Stlmnntlii. Gootlrith tfio-txtptiiinj. R. lfniniet tffo-t.ipt.iinj. Synionels, YY rust I i ng l"TliR losing three ineets to xery stiff opposi- tion, the Mount Hernion V.1rsity wrestling stIti.itl retoyeretl to win its l.1st three tontests. The hest se.tson retortl w.1s th.it ot' Co-CQ.iptiiin lioh lininiet, who pinnetl tive times. tletisionetl onte. .intl w.ts tinstoretl upon, Alter pl.tting tilith in the New lingl.intls, Boh was .iwartletl the 'lotltl l7iint.tn Avsxtrtl lor enduring touixtge .intl 0LllSl.lllLl- ing spirit. Xwinning live nutthes tltiring the sett- son. Co-Ci.tpt.1in Rink Gootlrieh .tlso went to the New lfngl.intls. Other tonsistent winners were -lim S.iryis. George B.lllZlgCl', Brute Sthw.tntl.i, jim Ne-win.in, Pete Ross, Doug XX'illi.inis. .intl Steve ll.tinm.tli.tn. lfniniet pinnetl his in.1n tor the only Retl win, .ts .1 powerlitil lixeter sqtmtl trountetl Hernion OSQ7, Alter tloing yery well in the lower weights, the Retl lost to C ho.ite. WU- D, XXlith l.ee ,I.1y. Ixent lionney, Ditk Alohnson, .intl lNl.1rls llelliron wres- tling in their lirsl mrsity meet. llerinon w.ts etlgecl hy l.t7OIlllS, tt!-Sl, The lNl.troon then trotlntetl XX'illiston, SS-20. "Neyer, in .ill iny nineteen ye.1rs ol' Ltkltlllllgl h.tye l ever heen in .t meet like this one." wits Co.ith CQi1nphell's toninient on Hernion's tense ttl-39 win over Antloyer. Although S.trx'is .intl Eniinet pinnetl their inen in tonseeiitiye ni.itthes and Newman won. the Retl triiiletl Sl-58 going into the l.ist ni.iteh. Co-Ci.1pt.iin Gootlrith got tive points to his opponents one. .intl then g.iinetl the liist possible point hy ritling his opponent lor the whole thirtl period. In the liist ineet, the Retl won every nmtth to thrgish XX'ortester. 71-S. Citi-e.tpt.iins Ritk Ciootlrieli .intl lioh liinniet . Rem- mug lefz Io right-Mr. Bauer, R. Thompson, Ashcraft. Boyle. Irwin. Nada, Hanson. Serrmd ww-Vitez, R. Squires. O'Brien. P. Olsen. Baymiller, jackson, W. George. Frrnzl mu'-Custer. W. R. Anderson. Waugh, S. Knapp. Peters. Rieger, Borger. j. Wood. Swimming RACTICING its second year in the new pool, the Mount Hermon Varsity swimming team splashed to a 6-3 record and fifth place in the Trinity Interscholastics. Co-Captains Clark Peters, in fancy diving, and Steve Knapp, in free style, were consistent point winners throughout the season. The leader in the scoring race, however, was Karl Vitez with 70 Co-captains Clark Peters and Steve Knapp. points and two new records in his specialty, the backstroke. Co-Captain Peters gave his best fancy diving performance of the year with 53.7 points to lead the Red in a 54-32 win over Worcester in the first meet. Putting forth his best against the Green rival, Vitez was the only bright spot in a 30-56 loss to Deerfield, as he lowered the Hermon record for the 100-yard backstroke to 1:02.l and took first in the individual medley with an im- pressive time of 1138.3 minutes. The Maroon took ten firsts to wallop Amherst Freshmen, 63-23, before defeating Trinity Freshmen, 49-37. In the best meet of the year, Hermon took six firsts to trounce Springfield Freshmen, 54-32, on the impetus of Vitez' new pool record in the backstroke. After leading 40-33 as the nnal relays drew near, the Red dropped a tight one to Exeter, 39-47, but bounced back to defeat the University of Massachusetts Freshmen, 45-32. jon Woods victory in the 200-yard free style highlighted Hermons loss to Williston in the last dual meet. At the Trinity Interscholastics the Maroon won 13 points to place fifth, Vitez again turned in the outstanding performance. Skiing ESPITE its 2-4 record, the 1959 Mount Her- mon Varsity skiing team was the best that Mr. Kellom has coached in his three years here. Three of the meets scheduled with schools in Hermon's latitude which the Red could probably have won had to be cancelled, and lack of good snow made jumping practice impossible. Captain jeff Baldwin usually led the Red in cross country while Doug Severance nas l-lermon's most prolific scorer in the slalom. Other Varsity lettermen were Paul Cass, Karl Neuse, Stu Camp- bell, Chip johnstone, and Dan Perlman. The only bright spots in I-Iermon's opening loss to Vermont Academy were the fourth and fifth of Severance and Neuse in the slalom and Baldwin's fifth in cross country. Despite slushy conditions, the Red plastered Deerfield in cross country as Baldwin, Cass, Campbell, Neuse, and Bob Meyers took the first five places. At Dublin on February ll, Baldwin took third in the slalom for the only respectable finish, as the Red was swamped 198.77-163.21 Koch, QM -as Captain jeff Baldwin. In a triangular meet at Putney, Severance led the Maroon in the slalom with a seventh, while Baldwin raced to fifth in cross country. Vermont. however, completely overwhelmed the field. Karl Neuse had a chance to win the slalom as he had two very fast runs before he fell and lost his skis on the last run. Perlman led Hermon to a 97.05- 9221 win over Deerfield in slalom at Pine Top with a second. Finishing third, fourth, and sixth were Campbell, Neuse, and Baldwin. In the last meet of the season I-Iermon lost to the Green, 96.39-85.51, in a downhill race. Ran' ww, .fwfr In rigfal-Perlman. G. Cummings, Cass, Hibbard, Meyers. Coesens, E. Campbell. Buwlen. Frau! 1-nu'-Rumler, Wliittaker, D. Miller, W. Grant, Baldwin fCaptainD, Neuse, Johnstone, Severance, Snow, Mr. Kellum. 84 . 5' J :wo I Captain Pete Wfelsh. LTHOUGH handicapped by a lack of good ice, the Mount Hermon Varsity hockey team developed quickly LlDLlC1' the experienced coaching of Mr. Wlyman to reach a 3-6-2 record. Captain Pete Welsh scored three goals and added six assists to lead the scoring race with nine points. Center jeff Flemming and defenseman Bob Olsen contributed eight and six respectively, while wings Bob Bramble and Tom Baxter supported with five and two. Playing his first season of or- ganized hockey, jack Stobo quickly developed into a sensational goalie, keeping everything in Hockey sight out of the nets. I-lermon's second team was composed of Bob Kidder, Si Pierson, Doug johns- ton, Tom jannke, and Gary Weale. Playing hard, aggressive hockey, Bob Olsen led Hermon to a tense 4-5 first-game victory over Williston with three goals. Welsli added a goal and three assists to the two points he had scored in the Willistoii game, and paced the Red to an easy 4-0 win over Sufiield. After losing to Deer- field, the Maroon bowed to Choate, Kimball Union, and University of Massachusetts Freshmen by a margin of two or less goals in each game. In a rough and spirited game with the Hermon Alumni, the Red stopped its losing streak as it battered the oldsters, 4-2. 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