Mount Holyoke College - Llamarada Yearbook (South Hadley, MA)
- Class of 1908
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8 THE LLAMARADA
Board of Trustees
REV. IUDSON SMITH, D.D.,:'4 Boston, President
SIDNEY E. BRIDGMAN-l ..... Northaunpton
A. LYMAN VV1l.r.1s'roN, M.A. . . . Northampton
EDWARD HITCHCOCK, M.A., M.D., LL.D. Amherst
REV. JOHN L. R. TRASK, M.A., D.D. . Springfield
CHARLES A. YCJUNKE, Ph.D., LL.D. . Hanover, N. H.
G. LHENRY WIHTLJOMR, M.A. . . Vlforcester
MRS. A. LYMAN W1I.l.1s'rON, M.A. . Northampton
CIIARLIES E5 GARMAN, MA., D.D.jl1 Amherst
REV. :HENRY A. STIMSON, DD. . New York, N. Y.
HON. WILLIAM WH1'rINc.:, M.A. . Holyoke
I-ION. W. NIURRAY CRANE . Dalton
EERRIOGE TORREY . . Boston
SARAH P. EAs'rMAN. Wellesley
HON. E. W. CI-IAPIN . . Holyoke
ROBERT L. W1I.r.1s'rON, l3.A. . Northampton
JOSEPH SKINNER, Pl1.l3. . . Holyoke
I'ION. ARTHUR B. CIIAPIN, B.A. . . . Holyoke
Chosen by the Alumnae
Miss MARY P. IDOLIC, MD. .... Greenfield
MRS. MARY LYON DAME I-IAM. . . Detroit, Mich.
MRS. MARY T. BOURDON ....., A llston
Miss MARY EMMA WOOLLEY, M.A., Litt.D., L.H.D., Prcseidcnf of Faculty
JOSEPH SKINNER, Ph.l3., Secretary
A. LYMAN W1l.L1s'rON, M.A., Trcaszzrer
ROBERT L. W1r.I.1s'rON, l-LA., ASS1'SflI1lf Trcasnrcf'
'Died June 30, 1906. Il'on. E. W. CIIAPIN appointed to fill vacancy
1'Dicd November 25, 1906 illied February 9, 1907
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MARY EMMA WOOLLEY, Litt.D., L.H.D., PRESIDENT
of Brown Chapter
B.A., M.A., Litt.D., Brown Universityg L.H.D., Amherst: Member
of Phi Beta Kappa Society: American Institute of Social Service: Board of Electors
of the Hall of Fame : The Hellenic Travellers' Club Q American Association for Main-
taining a Woman's Table at Naples: Rhode Island Society for the Collegiate Educa-
tion of Women: American Social Science Association: American Committee of the
Y. W. C. A.: American Academy of Political and Social Scienceg Lyceum Club of
Londong Pawtucket Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution: College
Entrance Examination Board: Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis: Religious
Education Association: New England Association of Colleges and Preparatory
Schools. ' l03 Summit Street, llaztotttelcet, Rhode Island
MARY GILMORE VVILLIAMS, Ph.D., Professor
Mount Holyoke: Ph.D., University of Michigan: American School of Classical
Studies, Rome: Member of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae: Archaeological
Institute of Americag American Pbilological Association: New England Association
of Colleges and Preparatory Schools. l89 Cedar Street, Corning, New York
EN CURRIER 1fI.1N'r, M.A., Associate Professor
M.A., Mount Holyoke: Boston University: American School for Classical Studies,
Athens: University of Chicagog Cornell University: Member of the Archaeological
Institute of America: American Philological Association. Concord, New Hampshire'
NCES MARY HAZIQN, M.A., Professor
Mount Holyoke: Oxford University: Sauveur School of Language: Harvard Uni-
versity: Cornell University: Member of the American Philological Association.
EN M. SEARLES, Ph.D., Professor
M.A., Lake Forestp Ph.D., University of Chicago: Cornell University: Fellow at
Cornell University 1894-1895, at University of Chicago 1895-1898: Member of the
American Philological Association: Association of Collegiate Alumnae: New England
Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schools. South Hadley, Massachusetts
THE LLAMARADA I1
HlEl.lEN Er.1zAnE'riI HOAG, B.A.,? Instructor
B.A., Cornell University: Cornell Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa Society: American
School of Classical Studies, Athens: Columbia University: Member of the Associa-
tion of Collegiate Alumnae: American Philological Association. Ithaca, New York
VIVIAN BEANCHE SMALL, M.A., Instructor
B.A., Mount Holyoke: M.A., University of Chicago. Riclunond, Maine
CAROLINE MORRIS GALT, B.A., Instructor
B.A., Bryn Mawr: Chicago University. Marion, Virginia
GRACE ELVINA H.NDI.liY, B.A., Reader
B.A., Mount Holyoke. Slzrewsbury, Massachusetts
IWARY XXANCIE YOUNG, Ph.D., Professor of Romance Languages
Ph.D., University of Ziirich: Sorbonne: Ecole des Hautes Etudes: College de
France: Ecole des Chartes: Member of the Modern Language Association of
America: Dante Society of America: Societe Aniicale Gaston, Paris: Maitres
Phonetiques: New England Modern Language Association: Association of Collegiate
Alumnm, South Hadley, Massachusetts
SUSAN Al.MIRiX BACON, Instructor I
B.A., Mount Holyoke: Studied in University of Bern, Switzerland, 1905-1906:
Studied in Geneva, Paris, Berlin, Leipsic, Heidelberg, Yale University.
294 Elin Street, New Haven, Connecticut
EMMA RENSCI1, Instructor
Studied in Switzerland, Paris, Germany, England.
Care of Dr. August Frauksen, Bridesburg, Penn.ryl'vania
NIARV Gl'IR'l'RUDlE CUsH1Nc:, M.A., Instructor
M.A.. Wellesley: Student of Romance Literature and Philology at Columbia Univer-
sity, New York, and in Paris l901-1905. Hotel Regent, New York City
ANNA M. LAPORTE, B.A., Instructor
B.A., Smith College. 157 Brown Avenue, Holyoke, Massachusetts
ELLEN CLARINDA I-IINSDALE, Ph.D., Professor
B.A., Aclelbert College: M.A., University of Michigan: Ph.D., University of
Gottingen: Phi Beta Kappa Society: Member of the Modern Language Association
of America: New England Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schools: Asso-
ciation of Collegiate Alumnae. Ann Arbor, Michigan
ALICE PORTER STEVENS, M.A., Associate Professor
B.A., Mount Holyoke: M.A., Radcliffe: Amherst Summer School of Languages:
University of Ziirich : University of Berlin. .
Morgan Road, South. Hadley, Massachusetts
'On leave of absence
PAULA IHUFER, Instructor
University of Bcrling Lecturer on Art and Literature in Berlin: Teachers' State
Examination for Saxonyg Assistant Principal of Girls' School, Dresden, Gern1any.
South Hadley, Massachusetts
GRACE M. -BACON, B.A., Instructor
B.A., Mount Holyoke. South Hadley, Massachusetts
English Literature Department
ELLEN PR1sCn,1.A li0WliRS, Emeritus Professor
Mount Holyoke. South Hadley, lllassachusetts
MARTHA PIKE CONANT, M.A.,:" Professor
M.A., Wellesleyg Columbia University. 14 High Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts
BERT1-IA ZKEDZIIE YOUNG, BA., Associate Professor
B.A., Vassarg Oxford University. South Hadley, lllassachusetts
IEANETTE A. MARICS, M.A., Associate Professor
B.A., M.A., Wellesleyg Member of Association of Collegiate Alumnae.
South Hadley, Massachusetts
IQATIIARINE JACKSON, PILD., Instructor
M.A., Ohio NVeslcyang Ph.D., Columbia University. London, Kentucky
DOROTHY FOSTER, B.A., Instructor
137 Iflfaluut Street, Nervtotwille, lllassachusetts
ELIZATIIETI-I BALDWIN DEMAREsT, B.A., Reader
B.A., Mount Holyoke. New York City
CLARA FRANCES STEVENS, Ph.M., Professor
Mount Holyoke, Ph.M., University of Michigang Member of New England Associa-
tion of Colleges and Preparatory Schools: New England Association of Teachers
of English. Morgan Road, South Hadley, lllassachusetts
Al'ARGARl'1T BALL, M.A., Associate Professor
B.A., Mount Holyokeg M.A., Columbia University. Westfield, Massachusetts
:XDA LAURA SNELI., M.A., Associate Professor
B.A., M.A., Mount Holyokeg Yale: University of Chicago.
53 South Fitshugh Street, Rochester, New York
FLORA BRIDGES, M.A., Instructor
B.A., Butler Collegeg B.A., M.A., Obcrling University of Ziirichg University of
FRANCES FENTON, B.A., Instructor
B.A., Vassar: University of Chicagog Dewey Laboratory School of Chicagog Head of
English Department, Mankato State Normal School, Minnesota.
'On leave of absence
The Cecil, l5tl1 and I. Streets, Waslziugton, District of Columbia
THE LLAMARADA 13
I'IEl.EN :WAY CADY, M.A., Instructor
ILA., M.A., Wellesley: Member of Association of Collegiate Alumnae.
NIARGARET ADlSl,AIDE POLLARD, B.A., Instructor
B.A., Vassar. 256 IfVashiugtou Street, Keene, New Hampshire
BESSIE .-XNTHOINE, Reader Biddeford, Maine
Er.1zlx1:1s'r11 BARSTOW PRENTISS, M.A., Emeritus Professor
M.A., Mount Holyoke. South Hadley, Massachusetts
NlElLl.Ili NI1al.soN, Ph.D., Professor
M.A., Ph.D., Bryn Mawr: Cambridge, London.
3711 Chestnut Street, Philadelfvlzia, Pennsylvania
EL1z.txmzTH CRow'rH12u, Ph.l3.,'k Instructor
Ph.B., University of Chicago: Harvard Summer School: Amherst Summer School
of Languages: Member of the Association of Collegiate Alumnzc: American His-
AMY I-Iiswlas, Pl1.D., Instructor
H.A., NVoman's College of Baltimore: Ph.D., University of Chicago: University of
Berlin: Phi Beta Kappa Society. 1523 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland
ELLEN DEBORAH ELLIS, Ph.D., Instructor
HA., M.A., Ph.D., Bryn Mawr: University of Leipsic. .
2319 Green Street, Philadelphia. P!?ll11SjlI'L'UHffl
C1eIARr.1zs DOWNER HAZIEN, Ph.D., Lecturer
B.A., Dartmouth: Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University: University of Berlin: Univer-
sity of Paris: Phi Beta Kappa Society: American Historical Association: American
Economic Agsggigifign, Northampton, Massachusetts
EVERIQTT lqIMl'iAl'.l., Ph.D., Lecturer
Ph-D.. Harvard University. Norllzauzfvton, Massachusetts
MIl.DRl2D GU'rT1aRsoN, HA., Reader
B.A., Mount Holyoke, Winchester, Massachusetts
LOUISE ISITZ-:RANDOl.Pll, M.A., Professor of Archceology and History of
Mount Holyoke: Boston University: University College and South Kensington Art
Schools, London: Ecole des Beaux Arts and Sorbonne, Paris: American School of
Archaeology, Athens: University of Berlin: University of Chicago: Member of the
Archaeological Institute of America. South Hadley, Massachusetts
LOUISE ROGERS JEWETT, Professor of Art
Pupil of Lefebvre and Benjamin-Constant: Member of Copley Society: Archzeolog-
ical Institute of America. 892 Main Street, Buffalo, New York
. - W .
On leave of absence
14 THE LLAMARADA
GERTRUDE STEWART HYDE, B.A., Instructor
B.A., Mount Holyoke: Norwich Art School: Art Students' League, New York.
268 Washington Street, Norwich, Connecticut
FLORENCE WINSLOW Foss, B.A., Assistant
B.A., Mount Holyoke: Holder of Bardwell Fellowship 1905-1906.
17 Elm Street, Dover, New Hampshire
MARY ADALINE LEMER, Instructor
Normal Art Diploma from Pratt Institute.
213 South Front Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
SARA!-I EFFIE SMITH, B.S., Professor
B.S., Mount Holyoke: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston: University of
Michigan: University of Chicago: Member of the Association of Mathematical
Teachers Ot' New England: New England Association of Colleges and Preparatory
Schools. I9 Walnut Street, Newburyport, Massachusetts
ELEANOR C. DOAK, B.A., Associate Professor
B.A., Coates: Ph.B., University of Chicago: Member of Association of Collegiate
Alumnae: Association of Mathematical Teachers of New England. .
506 North 6th Street, Terre I-Inntc, Indiana
MARY EsT1-1131: TRUIQBLOOD, Ph.M., Instructor
Ph.M., University of Michigan: University of Giittingen.
6 Maple Street, Springfield, Massachusetts
CIlms'rIAN.x lluslucl-2, B.A., Instructor
B.A., University of North Carolina: Cornell University. Raleigh, North Carolina
FRANCES H. 1-QOUSMANIIQRIC, 'Ph.D., Instructor
Pl1.D., Raclclilie. 66 Chestnut Street, Boston, lllassucnltttsetts
MARY El.1zA1s1zTrI HOLMES, B.A.,? Associate Professor
B.A., Wellesley: University of Chicago: Member of New England Association of
Chemistry Teachers: Association of Collegiate Alumnae. Mystic, Connecticut
ANNA 1.OClc1I.xR'r Fr.AN1cu5N, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Ph.D., University Of Pennsylvania: London University College: University of
, M. HEl.EN IQEITII, M.A., Instructor
Berlin. 222 South 43d Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
B.S., Mount Holyoke: Diploma from Teachers College, Columbia University: M.A.,
Columbia University: Chicago University. Braintree, Massachusetts
E. CHARLO'rT1z ROGERS, B.A., Instructor
B.A., Mount Holyoke: Chicago University. 80 Asylum Street, Norwiclz, Connecticut
'On year's leave of absence
THE LLAMARADA I5
EMMA PERRY CARR, B.S., Ifzstruclor
Ohio State University: Mount Holyoke College: B.S., University of Chicago.
I Coshocton, Ohio
yV1NoN,x IXLICIE HUtllIliS, QPh.ll., Instructor
Ph.B., University of Wooster: University of Chicago: Bryn Mawr: Member of
Central Association of Science and Mathematics. 271 Church Street, Marion, Ohio
ALICE LILLIAN THOMPSON, B.A., Laboratory Assistant
B.A., Mount Holyoke. Deerfield, New Hampshire
EDNA 'LOUISE FERRY, B.A., Laboratory Assistant
B.A., Mount Holyoke: Phi Beta Kappa Society.
241 Edgcwoozi Avenue, New Haven, Connecticut
Er,1zAnE'r11 RERECCA LAIRD, Ph.D., Professor
B.A., University of Toronto: P11.D., Bryn Mawr: University of Berlin: Member of
Association of Collegiate Alumnae: American Physical Society: Member of the
American Association for the Advancement of Science.
. Soulh Hadley, Massachusetts
Rlutlllil. AUc:Us'1'.x C1I.xsE, M.A., Associate Professor
B.A., Oberlin: M.A., Cornell: University ot' Chicago: Member of Association of
Collegiate Alumnae. South Hadley, Massachusetts
AMY LIIQLEY CLAPP, B.A., Instructor
B.A., Bryn Mawr: Member of Association of Collegiate Alumnae.
3809 Spruce Slrevl, Plziladclffhia, Pcu11syl'uauia
Br,ANCn.x l.Uc1.x D.XNIlEl.S, B.A., Laboratory J'l.Y.YI'.Yff1llf
B.A., Mount Holyoke. Plainheld, New Hampshire
xXNNE SEWELL YOUNG, Ph.D., Professor -
B.L., M.S., Carleton: Ph.D., Columbia University: University of Chicago: Yerkes
Observatory: Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science:
Astronomical and Astrophysical Society of America.
531 South Claremont Avefzlzo, Chicago, Illinois
THERESA EI,IZAIllE'l'lI SC111NDl.ER, B.A., Assistant
B.A., Mount Holyoke. 51 Park Street, Glovorsvillc, New York
1 Botany Department
HENR1E'r'r.lx Enolzcoxln HOOKER, Ph.D., Professor
Mount Holyoke: Ph.D., Syracuse University: Martha's Vineyard Summer Institute:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston: University of Berlin: Member of
the American Association for the Advancement of Science: Association of Collegiate
Alumnar: National Geographic Society: Torrey Botanical Cluh.
2 Park Street, South Hadley, Massaclmsclts
16 THE LLAMARADA
MAIIY PERLE ANDICRSCJN, B.S.,il1 Instructor
B.S., Mount Holyoke: Marine Biological Laboratory, VVood's Holl: Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, Boston: University of Chicago. East Berkshire, Vermont
ASA KINNEY, M.S., Director of the Botanical Gardens and Instrnctor in
M.S., Boston University. South, Hadley, Massachusetts
MARY ELIZAIZIETII ICIENNEDY, M.A., Instructor
B,A., M.A., Oberlin College: Chicago University: Member of the American Associa-
tion for the Advancement of Science: American Forestry Association: Association
of Collegiate Alumnae.
MARION DODGIE WEs'roN, BA., Laboratory Assistant
B.A., Mount Holyoke. West Newbury, Massachusetts
Zoology and Physiology Departments
CORNELIA MARIA CLAPP, P11.D., Professor
Mount Holyoke: Ph.B., Syracuse University: Pl1.D., University of Chicago: Phi
Beta Kappa Society: Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Holl: Naples Zoological
Station: Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science:
Society of American Zoiilogists: Association of American Anatomists: Association
of Collegiate Alumnae. Montague, Massachusetts
LOUISE BAIRD VVALLACE, M.A., Associate Professor
Lake Erie College: Mount Holyoke College: M.A., University of Pennsylvania:
Naples Zoological Station: Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Holl: Member of
the Society of American Zoologists: American Ornithologists' Union.
, South Hadley, Massachusetts
Aunt HOWIE TURNER, M.A., lnstrnetor
University of Pennsylvania: University of Chicago: Marine
B.A., Mount Holyoke:
Wood's Holl. 4 Crown Street, Nashua, New Hampshire
JULIA E. Mooov, BS., Instructor
B.S., Mount Holyoke: Marine Biological Laboratory, Woocl's Holl.
- 1085 Millard Az.'e1111e, Chicago, Illinois
ANNA H1XN'lEN MoRc,:AN, BA., Assistant
B.A., Wellesley College: Cornell University: Marine Biological Laboratory, W0od's
Holl. New London, Connecticut
EMMA LoNc11fEr.I.oW, B.A., Assistant
B.A., Mount Holyoke: Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Holl.
54 Court Street, Machias, Maine
LOUISE FRANCES Cow1.Es, M.A., Ernerltns Professor
Mount Holyoke: M.A., Smith: Worcester School of Technology: Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, Boston: Cornell University: Amherst Summer School of
Languages: Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science:
Association of Collegiate Alumnar. Springfield, Massachusetts
'On leave of absence
THE LLAMARADA I7
Mrc:NoN TAI.Bo'r, Ph.D., Associate Professor
B.A., Ohio State University: Ph.D., Yale University: Harvard University: Cornell
University: Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science:
Member of National Geographic Society. South Hadley, Massachusetts
El.l.1sN llmss Ttxr.no'r, Ph.D., Professor
B.A., Ohio State University: Ph.D., Cornell University: University of Chicago:
University of Berlin: University of Heidelberg: Phi Beta Kappa Society: Member
of Association of Collegiate Alumnae: New England Association of Colleges and
Preparatory Schools: American Psychological Association: American Philosophical
Association. South Hadley, Massachusetts
Ssinum. PERKINS Hawes, Pb.D., Associate Professor
B.A.. Amherst: B.D., Union Theological Seminary: M.A., Columbia: Clark Univer-
sity: University of Berlin: Sorbonne, Paris: Ph.D., Cornell University: Phi Beta
Kappa Society: Sigma Xi Society. .South Hadley, Massachusetts
l2l.15.xNoR Haluus RoW1'.AN1J, Ph.D., Instructor
B.A., M.A.. Pl1.D., Radcliffe: American Psychological Association: American Philo-
sophical Association. Lee, Massaclmsetts
Giaoiusna El.l.SWOR'l'1I D.xwsoN, Ph.D., Professor
B.A., University of Michigan: University of Leipsic: University of Chicago: Ph.D.,
Clark University: Religious Educational Association: Natural Educational Associa-
tion. 938 Farmington Avenue, West Hartford, Connecticut
EVELYN Honmns, Assistant
Teacliers College, New York: Chicago Kindergarten lnstitute: Chautauqua Summer
School: Mount Holyoke: Member of National Educational Association: Inter-
national Kindergarten Union. Mystie, Connecticut
Biblical Literature Department
Ln.1,.x I+'1z.xNc1as lvlllltiili. S.T.M., Instructor
B.A., Mount Holyoke: B.D., S.'l'.M., Hartford Theological Seminary.
22 Mount Pleasant Street, St. lolinsbnry, Vermont
E. CJLIVIC lfJU'1'cl11c1t, l1.A., lnstrnetor
l3.A., Barnard College: Columbia University: Bryn Mawr: Union Theological
Seminary, New York City: Member of Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis.
476 Third Street, Brooklyn, New York
Emvrxan E. Nouasic, S.T.l3., Leetnrer
B.A., l.ake Forest University: S.T.l3., Hartford Theological Seminary.
, Berlin, Connecticut
W1l.L1.xM C. HAMMOND, Professor
Piano, Hartford, Boston, New York: Organ, Hartford, New York: Theory,
N. H. Allen: Orgauist of Second Congregational Church, Holyoke.
18 THE LLAMARADA
JULIA B. DICKINSON, Izzstrlzzcior in Vocal Music
Studied in Boston with T. l.. Cushman. I4 l1'crrlrclc'y Slrvvl, Slw'i1rgli0i4l. llflumuclzzrxctls
NrX'1'Il.XN H. Al.l.l-IN, Lccf1z1'c'1' in l'flll'lll0lIj' and History of rlllrrsic
Studied-with Haunt and Crcll, Berlin, Germany: Van der Stueken, New Yorkg
Charter Member of New York Manuscript Society: a Founder of the American
Guild of Organistsg Ex-Vice-President of the National Music Teachers' Association .
926 Main Slrvcl, Hurlford, C0lllll3CflC'Ill
R1cn1cc:c.x VVILIJICR Hol,M1cs, l11sfr1n'lm' in l'I'0llII
Graduate of the Royal Conservatory in Berlin: Pupil of Josef Joachim, 'Bcrling Hugo
Herrman, Frankfortg and Julius Eiclihcrg, Boston.
Pearl Slrcel, .S'pri1zglicI1l, llffl7S.S'llCllIlSL'lfS
AI.mcR'r M. 'l'uclu-:R, flssisiuazi Ol'lQ'llIllSf
Piano and Organ, Mr. Hammond: Piano and Harmony, J. J. Bishop of Springfieldg
Organ with S. P. Warren of New Yorkg Organ with Guilmant: Piano, Wager
Swayne, Paris. Soufll I-ladlcy Falls, Mfrssnclzzlsclls
Glcomaa lNl+:ns'l'1':R, lflzlfc
With C, K, N03-th gf Bggton, Bnxlvzz, ll'lll.YS!lL'lL1lSL'ffS
Al.lllCR'I' 7l'.'xxl'l.oR, Vzbloazvvlln
Teacher, Anton Hekking, lflcrling Julius Klengel, Leipsic.
Sleincrl Hall, lioslon, Mu.r.racllu.rcll.r
Hazlcl. HUN'r1.lcv, ll.A., ."lSSI'Sfllllf in lfvllffll Music'
B,A,, Mount Holyoke, 795 Sumner Az'cnuc', Sf1ringlicla', MHS.YllFl1f1lSCffS
Physical Culture Department
N1ar.1.'l1f: AMlc1.1,x Svolu-2, Director of Gj'IIlllCISl'Illll and fllSfl'llt'f0l' in Elo-
Oberling Cornell University. l"lorc'11CL', Ollfv
Clcmx M.xsoN CIIOATIE, Assisfmzt in G'VllllltlSI'llIll
Graduate State Normal School, Salem, Massachusetts, and of Boston Normal School
of Gymnastics, Spring Slrvcl, Es.rc.r, Mf1.r.n1cll1l.vel'l.r
lEl.IZ.Xllli'l'lI Coma LlNlJlCRllIl.l., MD., Resident Pl1j'.S'l'C'l'lIll
Woman's Medical College of New Yorkllnfirmaryg Cornell University Medical
Collegeg Clinical Assistant in Dispensarles of XVoman's Medical College and
Bellevue Hospital, New York City. Pollglzleavjnric, New York
HELEN FINNHY Cocn1mN, UA.
B.A., Oberlin, Graduate Teachers' Course in Physical Training. Oberlin, Ohio
Rlalw fll.IVI.X NU'r'r1Nc:, LI'b1'Ul'lllll l5111m'1'i1zs
Mount Holyoke. Soulli Hadley, ll1llSSl1CllllSL'HS
THE LLAMARADA I9
.l3ER'l'II.'X Euzlx l,il'.,-XKIELY, l5.A., LI'lJl'tll'l-llll
B.A., Mount Holyokeg New York State Librnry School: Member of American
Library Association. Lnconia, New Hampshire
l"R.xNClas E. H1XX'NlfIS, li.l.,, .-lssixffizzl 1.I.l7l'lIl'I.lIll
B.L., Mount Holyokcg New York State Library Scboolg Member of the American
Library Association. Saufli Hadley, lllassaclzusclts
lb-:R'ru.x l'lUR'l'lCNSlC fi.XUl.'l', Czrffrlogzzvr
Oberlin. SUTNIIIIIUII, Ollio
lim F. LlNI1I-1RlllI.l., ILA., .-l.v.w'.vfunt
B.A., Mount Holyoke. 836 llluln Slrcvl, lfylllllllllll, lllassziclillsclls
lFl.oR1cNcla l'U1uNo'roN. ILS., .'if7f7UI'llfllll'llf Sc't'l'l'fUl'-X' and Collvvlox'
B.S., Mount llolyoke: University of Michigan: I-lnrvzlrcl Summer Schoolg Member
of the Association for the Aclvzmcemenl of Science.
College Slrcvl, Snullz. Hadley, llln.v.vaclu1.vcll.r
C.xRo1.lN1-: li0.XRlJRl.XN liluclcxlc, l6v'q'1'.vl1'n1'
Mount Holyoke. Sonllz Hadley, lllfrxsaclzilsclts
lCl.l.,x Siu. ljlCKlNSON, l1.A.. .'lNNl.Yllllll l6qq'1'xl1'f11'
B.A., Mount I-lolyoke. Noclcvlllc, Conncclicnl
llIlc1.14:N Picck You Nu, .-lssisllzzzl in Pl't'.VI'Clc'lIl'.Y Own'
24 Nnrlli Maunlnin f'lm'1114c, lllorrlvlriir, New Jcrxcy
Al.XRY bl'.XRG,XRIC'l' Romans, ILA., .'ls.v1'.vlu1:l in 'l'1'm1.v1n'v1"s Ojlivv
B.A., Mount Holyoke. 71 lliglz Slrcvl, llfomilmry, New Jersey
EMMA l'l-:Asia CONNIER, ILS.. .'lSSl'SllIlIf lu l6v'g'1'sm1r's Office
B.S., Simmons College. Ncrc'liv.'ld.r, New llamffslzire
20 THE LLAMARADA
F e I I o w s
ROWIQNA If'liI'l'lI Kllzwzs llolllvr of llzo l3111'clwcll Mc111o1'111l Fcllowslzlp
IMTARY Ev1s1,x'N W1z1.1.s Holder of llzc '86 lfcllowsldp
GRACE MAxw1c1.1. ,lf'1QRNA1.o llolclcl' of tlzc Mary Woolley l7ellozc1slzlfw
LAURA H121,1cN 1'ADDoct1q lfloldvr of llze C0l'llFll-ll M. Clopp Fcllowslzip
l31,ANc'11A l.L1c:1A ,lJAN114:1.s, ILA.
I21,1zA1z1c'1'11 UA1.1mw1N D15MAR1ss'1', BA.
BTILDRIZIJ 1JICI.IGII'l' CiU'r'1'1zRsoN, UA.
MARY F1.oR1aNc1s STAIP1-'0RD, RA.
Honor Scholars b
,llurv Lvolz SL'fI0lf1l'S S111'11lz IV'l'HI'Sl0ll SL'fZ0fUl'S
GRACE MAxw1z1.1. FICRN.XI.lJ AGNES ANNA HAHN
E1.s11c 1'XDI'l'Il 1,1l'lCR IXIARION C1,A1R1a JOHNSON
NIARIUN I'1Az1a1. Llcwls
.M .4 '2-
22 THE LLAMARADA
Class of Nineteen Hundred and Seven
Mo'I'T0: AYIMMII1 n:ffWuz,yrzI
COLOR : Yellow
EMIILIQM : Tiger
ELIzArsI:'rH CURTIS IQENIJALL . . .
NELLII-: STARR STEVENS
IQATE IEL1zAnIaTH HOLDEN . .
MARY ELLEN Roc:IaRs. . . . .
KATHARINE Ror:IsRs GREEN 5'I'1'gI'uI1
RUTH BUFFUM . .
FLORENCE ESTHIQR MORE
. . . . . . . 6111155
N1iI.I,Ili STARR STIWIQNS, Clmiruum
HIQLHN MAIQIA BlCNNli'l"l' EnI'rII JULIA S'1'I'2WAR'l'
MARJORIIQ GRIswoI.n SARGICNT I.UcY MAY S'I'oUGII'roN
PIELEN I-IUTCIIINSON STIEARNS, Chairman
SARAII KIQIQSII AIINQLII ' HARRIIQT OTIs Lowa
CLARA TORRICY CLEMICNT ELIZAIIIQTII WAUNI-:R MCKIIIIC
MABIEI. ANNA HAvIss EI.IzAIIIc'I'II MOIQSIC
EIIITII JULIA STIIWART
MAliY EMMA W0oI,I.IzY, PRnsInIzNT A
. Clwirmrlfz of Class Prayer-Ivlrvfillg C0ll1lll1'HC!'
CAROLINE BQARUMAN GRIaIf:NIs WILLIAM CHURCIIILI. HAMMOND
ANNA LoUIsIs KliI.LY NlEI.I.lli NlilI.SON
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Ravellings from the Senior
V kl.' .I'1.E Senior tassel is made up of many strands, but there are
Q if :ij 1 four of particular interest and importance-the J. D, E, and
,fir aff l'. 1 No, Sophomores, this is not a lecture in Ilible l. Cheer
qv sl , . , . . .
A up. leihaps when you attain the lofty summits of Senior
intellectuality you may be able to bring such scholarly terms into your
daily conversation and xvritinglj
lfVe will take them up in the order given-first the I or Jesting strand.
This is characteristically bright and clever and deals with the VVit and
Humor of the Nineteen-sevens. lt tells of their jovial, happy spirit and
love of fun. It tells also how the Ll..xM.xR.x1m Board suggested "Ravel-
lings from the Senior Tassel" as the title for the class history. This
touched the Nineteen-seven sense of humor. The subject was not only
suggested but stiggestiwv. Apparently they were not wearing well, if they
had already begun to ravel. Possibly the lloard meant to imply-deli-
cately of course-that the Nineteen-sevens were fast developing into
promising candidates for the much talked of "Old Ladies' Home." But
had they observed the calm LU. sedate t?J manner in which the whole
class donned caps and gowns between 8.34 a.m. and 8.34Mt a.m. each
morning, they might question the candidacy for that institution. But we
must pass to the D or Dramatic strand.
This is particularly long and brilliant. The incidents set forth are
both interesting and well known. Who has not heard of the famous
performances of "Fanchon the Cricket" and "The Lady of Lyons," and
the way they took the college by storm? VVhen in the whole dramatic
history of the college has a pathetic love scene brought tears save those
of laughter to the eyes of the audience? Ah, many are those who can
testify to the genuineness of the lachrymal fluid inspired by Claude
Melnotte! llut this strand is so familiar to us all that we need dwell on
it no longer, but may take up the third strand-the E or Enterprising.
24 THE LLAMARADA
This tells of the successful and original enterprises of the Nineteen-
sevens. There is a triumphant, victorious strain throughout, particularly
noticeable in the long accounts of the junior prom and Senior minstrel
show. As every one knows, the enthusiastic reception and financial suc-
cess of the latter has never been rivaled save by the 'faculty entertain-
ments, and those being the fruit of more than human intellect can hardly
be classed with mere mortal productions. llut the IE strand, like the D
strand, is so familiar that we can afford to treat it briefly and go on to
the last strand-the l' or lfondering.
This is written in a quiet, reflective mood, and we observe a sad note
in it. Wie experience that feeling of the "beginning of the end" which
is brought out through it all. lt tells how the Nineteen-sevens are now
beginning to realize that soon theirs will be among the "voices heard in
other days." and that they too are about to join the ever-increasing num-
ber of "other daughters who honor .Holyoke and the blue." All the trials
and tribulations of their life at Mount Holyoke fade away as they think
of the pleasures tnever to be duplicatedj which they have found in this
new home they have come to love so dearly. Although it is only a little
over three years since they gathered for the first time, they have so
grown together--sharing joys and sorrows--that the thought of parting
never to join as a complete whole again makes their hearts heavy indeed.
Yet they know it would not be true Nineteen-seven spirit to spend the
time in vain regrets, so they make all the merrier their final festivities.
And our last glimpse of them is in a very lovely picture,-a mass of
white dresses and smiling yet serious faces,-while in our ears seem to
re-echo the words so often sung:
Oh, our loyal .hearts are beating fast
Wfith the love of Nineteen-seven,
Her future hope and glory past
Bind the ties that ne'er are riven.
We allegiance pledge and, standing. hail
Her for whom we all have striven,
For the class that wins and never fails
ls the Class of Nineteen-seven.
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DoRo'1'l1v S'l'0CKllRll'Jlili 1XlJ.XNlS, N11 K2 51 Mulberry St., Springhelcl, Mass.
Springfield High School: Y. W. C. A.: Choral Club: College Settlement: Le
Giocose: Archaeological Club: Biology Club: Glec Club: Athletic Association,
Secretary 1905-1906: Springfield Club, President 1906-1907: House Chairman
Wilder Hall 1906-1907.
JULIA Slxurolum Amms
Staples High School: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society: Archzeological Club:
Le Gioeose: College Settlement: Y. VV. C. A.: Student Volunteer Band.
.AMY Al.1.lzN Troy, Ohio
Troy High School: The NVcstern College: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocose: Ohio
Club: To 66 Chapter, Debating Society: Archaeological Club.
Dalton High School: Y. XV. C. A.: Le Giocoseg Athletic Association: College
SARMI Kmasl-3 Auxorn, 1' K 757 Adams St., Chicago, lll.
Lewis lnstitute: Y. XV. C. A.: Le Giocose: Arclweologieal Club: XVisilliminna
Club: Class Dramatic Committee 1906-1907: 1907 LLAMARAIM Board: 1907
Class Book Board.
9 l'llc1 St C'l.111lJl'ltl0'C, Mass.
Bl'.x1uoN l:llclxN12, H.H'.l7.C. , 2 :'y - ., .. ,,
Cambridge Latin School: Y, XV. C. A.: College Settlement: Athletic Asso-
l'llCl.liN liliNNI'I'l"l', EKDA 311 North lllackstone St., jackson, Mich
Jackson High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Association: Archie-
ological Club, Vice-President 1905-1906: History Club: College Settlement:
Cycle of Nirvana: Class Executive Committee 1906-1907: House Chairman
Rockefeller Hall 1906-1907.
NIARIUN El.lZ.fXlll'Z'I'll liI.AKlC 264 High St., Newburyport, Mass
Newburyport High School: Le Giocosez Y. W. C. A.: College Settlement:
Baked Bean Club: Archaeological Club: House Chairman Sattord Hall 1906-
26 THE LLAMARADA
C.-xRoI.1Nla ALXRY llocrrs 608 Fourth Ave., North, Great Falls, Mont.
Great Falls High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocosez Athletic Association:
College Settlement: Ohio Club: Trans-Mississippi Club: Philosophy Club:
jlissllfz M. UOURN 102 VValnut St., Springfield, Mass.
Springfield High School: Y. W. C. Ag.: Le Giocose: Athletic Association:
Archaeological Club: Springfield Club.
M.xR'rH.x EMILY Bovvmr 18 Maple Ave., Waterbury, Conn.
Waterbury High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocosec College Settlement:
Athletic Association. ,
RUTH LU.xN.x llovm-:N 11 College St., Worcester, Mass.
W'orcester Classical High School: Y. VV. C. A.: Nipmuclc Club: Choral Club:
Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society.
EI.IZAl!li'l'Il 1'1.'XYl1IEN liklurzos 79 VVarren St., Roxbury, Mass.
Roxbury High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose, Treasurer 1906-1907: Athletic
Association, Executive Committee 1904-1905: Sophocles Authors' Club:
Archaeological Club: Biology Club: Baked Bean Club: Mmm! Holyoke Board
1905-1907: 1907 Li.AMAkAn.x Board.
.ALICE ClCCl2l.l.X llRowN 153 lleeeh St., Holyoke, Mass.
Holyoke High School: Archaeological Club: Debating Society.
Louise 13uowN Adams, N. Y.
Adams High School: Y. NV. C. A.: Le Giocose: Choral Club: Athletic Associa-
tion: Empire State Club.
RUTH BUFFUM, EKDA liasthampton, Mass.
XVilliston Seminary: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Archaeological Club: Class
Historian: Class President 1904-1905: Editor-in-Chief 1907 l.l.AM.ueAnA: Glee
Club, Leader 1906-1907.
SUs1xN S'l'liIil.li BURR 23 East State St., Gloversville, N. Y.
Gloversville High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: College Settlement:
El.r.1':x CI-1R1s'r1N1c l3UT'rlz1uciK Sterling, Mass.
Walnut Hill School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Gioeose: College Settlement: Archae-
ological Club: Biological Club: Athletic Association: Nipmuck Club: Basket-
EDITII D.xR'r C.xl.lslf .171 llroacl St., Middletown, Conn.
Middletown High School: Y. W. C. A.: l.e Giocose: Athletic Association:
College Settlement: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society: Cycle of Nirvana.
LoR.x M. CARNEY. EIIJA ' 605 West Main St., Marshalltown, Iowa
Marshalltown High School: Y. W. C. A.: l'.e Giocose: Athletic Association:
College Settlement: Iowa Club: May Day Committee 1905.
THE LLAMARADA 27
L.xUR.x Annmi. C.xRPiaN'rick, H. H. Ii. C. 55 Peck St., Muskegon, Mich.
Muskegon High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: College Settlement.
Ci..xR.x E. Do.xNla-CARSON 506 West VVilliams St., Owosso, Mich.
Owosso High School: Michigan State Normal College: Y. W. C. A.: Archze-
ological Club: Student Volunteer Band: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society,
N15i.r.1c A1.'1'1-lm C1-ms:-: Waterloo, Iowa
East Waterloo High School: Iowa State University: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose.
El.IZ.XIlli'l'Il hV0l.C0'l"l' CHl'l"l'liNlJliN 240 Liberty St.. Meriden, Conn.
Meriden High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocoseg Athletic Association: Archae-
C1..xR.x Tokluax' Cl.milf:N'r, X A G 176 N. Main St., Canandaigua. N. Y.
Granger Place School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: College Settlement: Archte-
ological Club: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society: Banjo Club 1906-1907: Dra-
matic Committee 1906-1907: Empire State Club.
lX'l.fXRlli Loulsl-3 CONNOl.l.Y 1509 N. VVashington Ave.. Scranton, lla.
Scranton High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Archaeological Club: Key-
stone State Club: Debating Society.
I3l.l..x Mme Coma 933 Dayton St.. Hamilton, Ohio
Hamilton High School: History Club: Ohio Club: College Settlement: Le
Giocoseg Y. VV. C. A.
Eorru S.-ximl-I IJAMON 206 Union Ave., South Framingham, Mass.
Framingham Academy and High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Archae-
ological Club: Baked Bean Club: To 56 Chapter, Debating Society.
L11.l.I.xN Cl..xRlc IJAVIIISON 34 Lancaster St.. Worcester, Mass.
Worcester Classical High School: Y. VV. C. A.: College Settlement: Choral
Club: Athletic Association: Nipmuck Club: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society.
MARY I'IliRlllER'l' Davis New London, Conn.
Pinkerton Academy: Y. W. C. A.: Athletic Association: Granite State Club.
lXl'.xv ili.Xl.DVVIN DiaM.uucs'r Roxbury, N. Y.
Rutgers College Preparatory School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: College Settle-
ment: History Club: Choral Club: Empire State Club, President 1906-1907.
EDITH NIQWLIN DIQNGLIQR 5201 RidgeAve.,VVissahickon,Pliilaclelpliia.Pa.
Pottsville High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocosez Keystone State Club:
Basketball Team: Athletic Association, Executive Committee 1906-1907.
RACHEL AUGUSTA Down Madison, Conn.
Morgan High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Association.
28 THE LLAMARADA
lEl.l..x JANE lJR.X1'1iR Rochdale, Mass.
Leicester Academy: Worcester Classical High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Gio-
coseg Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society.
ALILTIC DUNN 13 Elmwood Ave., South Norwalk. Conn.
South Norwalk High School: "I-Iillside": Y. W. C. A.: Athletic Association:
College Settlement: Archaeological Club: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society. '
M',x1:El. l3.XS'l'0N 37 Wallace St., VVest Somerville. Mass.
English High School: Y. VV. C. A., President 1906-1907: Athletic Association,
Executive Committee 1905-1906: Choral Club: Le Giocoseg Baked Bean Club:
Basketball Team: Archaeological Club: Sophocles Authors' Club: Business
Manager 1907 l.i,AMAuAlm: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society: Student Vol-
unteer Band. I
Vim l7L0RlENClC EDSUN 45 Fairfield Ave., Holyoke. Mass.
Holyoke 1-ligh School: L'Alliance Francaise: Y. NV. C. A. 3 College Settlement:
Le Giocose: Archzeological Club: I-lolyokc Club: Choral Club.
LIIQLIEN ,l2SIll1.XUtlll, EGX 113 Longfellow St., Wooclfords, llc.
Montclair High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Association: Col-
lege Settlement: T6 66 Chapter, Debating Society: Cycle of Nirvana: Class
CARRIE Lou1sE lf.x1uzEN 226 Washington St., North Attleboro, Blass.
North Attleboro High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocosc: College Settlement:
Choral Club: Archmological Club.
l2S'l'lll'IR Al.'XRt1.XRlC'l' lfoxcuolfr, I' K Cambridge. Mass
Cambridge Latin School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocoseg T6 66 Chapter, Debating
Society: College Settlement, Vice-President 1903-1904: Archaeological Club,
Secretary-Treasurer 1905-1906: Freshman Class Chairman.
ldlCl.liN GAR'l'SllJIC 20 llaker St., Lynn. Blass
Lynn Classical High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Archaeological Club:
Philosophy Club: Baked Bean Club: Banjo Club: Mandolin Club: Choral Club:
'I'6 66 Chapter, Debating Society: Chairman Class Prayer-Meeting Committee
EMMA' ,lN.XlilllCl.l, tlonrms, EGJX 188 Danforth St., l,O1'tl2ll1tl, Me
Dean Academy: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocoseg College Settlement: Choral Club:
Glee Club: Pine Tree State Club: Class Executive Committee 1903-1904: T6 66
Chapter, Debating Society, President 1906-1907.
RUTH GOUDRICII Plainville. Conn
New Britain High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocoseg Archzeological Club:
Athletic Association: Banjo Club: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society: Cycle of
lCA'l'IIARINli RooERs GREEN 47 North Parsons Ave.. lflushing, N. Y.
Manual Training High School: Packer Collegiate lnstitute: Y. W. C. A.,
Member'of Cabinet 1906-1907: Le Giocose: Philosophy Club: Glee Club:
Student Volunteer Band.
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CIl.XRl-0T'l'l5 Louisa GUIl.m2R'1' Warreii, Mass,
NVarren High School 1 Y. W. C. A.: l.'Alliance Francaise: Athletic Association:
Nipmuck Club: Choral Club: College Settlement.
EI,Iz.'xu1c'r1I TXTORGAN PTADDIQN, 11152, H. H. li. C.
125 Houston Ave., Muskegon, Mich.
Muskegon High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Archaeological Club: His-
tory Club: Athletic Association: College Settlement: Class Executive Commit-
tee 1903-1904, 1905-1906.
Am Colzxltzlmx Ham. 532 North Court St., Ottumwa, Iowa
Ottumwa High School: Y. VV. C. A.: l,e Giocoseg lowa Club: Class Book
M1l.p1u2n I-l.xI.slQv, XAGJ 64 Church St., Montclair, N. J.
Montclair High School: Y. W. C. A.: l.e Giocose: Mosquito Club: College
Settlement: Athletic Association: Archaeological Club: Banjo Club: T6 66
Chapter, Debating Society: Class Executive Committee 1905-1906.
Ac:Nias RUTH 1:1-AMMONIB XVyoming, N. Y.
Middlebury Academy: Y. W. C. A.: l.e Giocose: College Settlement: Empire
l1flA11lil. lfl.lZ.XlllC'l'l'l H.xNKs 7 Elm St., South Hadley Falls, Mass.
South Hadley High School: Archaeological Club.
lXl.'XIllil. .ANNA H.-was 1 77 Seventh St., Auburn, Me.
Edward Little High School: Y. VV. C. A.: Cycle of Nirvana: Tb 66 Chapter,
'Debating Society: Athletic Association: Archzeological Club: Pine Tree State
Club: l.e Giocose: Choral Club: College Settlement: l'.'Alliancc Francaise:
Class Sergeant-at-Arms 1903-1904: Chairman Class Dramatic Committee 1904-
1905: l.I.AMAnAlm Board 1905-1906: Class Dramatic Committee 1906-1907:
Chairman Green Room Committee 1906-1907.
1'1usC1l,l..x XN7.-xl.KI4:R Hlaixcoclc, EGJX Wfyncote, Pa.
Chelten Hills School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocoseg Key Stone State Club: Ath-
letic Association: Class Vice-President 1903-1904.
liiER'l'llA H 1f:.u.Y ' jordan, N. Y.
Jordan High School: Y. W. C. A.: l.e Giocoseg Empire State Club.
TTARRIIST lflOl.Nl.-XN l'TlEYWO0D, E LIS A 734 VV. Main St., jackson, Mich.
Jackson High School: Y, W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Association: History
Club: Archaeological Club: Choral Club: Basketball Team 1903-1904: Chair-
man Student Building Fund Committee 1906-1907.
E'l'llIEl.1NlH.X Vncma Huscnws East Northfield, Mass.
Hyde Park High School: Northfield Seminary: Y. VV, C. A., Treasurer 1906-
1907, Cabinet Member 1905-1907: l.e Giocosez College Settlement: Athletic
Association: Choral Club: Glee Club 1904-1907: 1907 LLAMARADA Board:
House Chairman Brigham Hall 1906-1907.
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KATE l3r.1z.xlsE'ru. Hol.nEN, X A GJ Turin, N. Y.
Hyde Park High School, Chicago: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocoseg Athletic Associa-
tion: T6 66 Chapter, Debating Society: Choral Club: Empire State Club: Class
Executive Committee 1904-1905: Class Secretary 1906-1907.
NlARY AGNES Ht7l.1'JIEN, H. H. li. C. Palmer, Mass.
Palmer High School: Le Giocosc.
El.IZAl1lE'l'l'l l4lARl,0W1C 1-Ior.MES 99 Elm St., New lledford, Mass.
Friends' Academy: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Association: Archae-
ANNA LoU1SE HU1fEoRo 722 North lfifth St., Reading, Pa.
Reading High School: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocose: College Settlement: Athletic
Association: Key Stone State Club.
ClIARl.0'l"I'li ILl.lNoR Hum., ECIHA, H. H. F. C.
81 Oxford St., Hartford, Conn.
Hartford Public High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: College Settlement:
Athletic Association: Choral Club: Banjo Club: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Soci-
ety: Mount Holyoke Board 1905-1907: Cycle of Nirvana: Student Volunteer
.lf.DN.'X ATORRIS Hum. 209 North Chestnut St., NVarren, Ohio
Warren High School: Oberlin College: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocose: Ohio Club:
History Club: College Settlement: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society.
CARRIE GERTRUHE l'lURl.IlU'I"l', N110 308 Summer St.. Stamford. Conn.
Stamford High School: Y. W. C. A., Vice-President 1905-1906, Cabinet Mem-
ber 1905-1907: Le Giocose: College Settlement: Athletic Association: Archae-
ological Club, President 1906-1907: 1907 L1.AMARAnA Board: Class Treasurer
l.l'IILA A. JANES A . 1032 College Ave., Racine, Wis.
Racine High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Soci-
cty: Wisilliminna Club, President 1-906-1907.
NlX'1'1Xl.Il5 .Rlflll JONES 202 North George St., Rome, N. Y.
Rome High School: Le Giocose: Choral Club: Empire State Club: Archae-
lVlARY l3R.xmfoRn K.xSSoN 721 Twentieth St., Des Moines, lowa
West Des Moines High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocoseg College Settlement:
Iowa Club: History Club: Athletic Association: Choral Club: Debating Soci-
EI.1zAIsE1'rI CURTIS lqliNDALL, S. 0 X 23 Stevens St., 1NincheSter, Mass.
Winchester High School: Y. NV. C. A.: Le Giocose: College Settlement: Choral
Club: Baked Bean Club: Glee Club: Cycle of Nirvana: Chairman Class Dra-
matic Committee 1905-1906: Class President 1906-1907.
ELIZAIIETII EMMA IQENYUN 1120 Fourth Ave., Rock Island, ill.
Central High School, Springfield: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Associa-
tion: Choral Club: Debating Society: Mandolin Club: Banjo Club.
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M.xRu.fxRlc'r L. AKINGSIIURY Ventura, Cal.
Newton High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Association: History
Club: Baked Bean Club: College Settlement, Vice-President 1904-1905.
Al'.M.x LoU1s1z L.xsl1U1w llroad llrook, Conn.
Rockville High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocoseg History Club: College
lkl.XRGUlERlTIC Lian Tewksburv. Mass.
Lowell High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: College Settlement: L'Al1iance
Francaise: Baked Bean Club: Mandolin Club, Leader 1905-1907.
JIESSIIC C. Lockls 259 Grove St., VVatcrbury, Conn.
Waterbury High School: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Association:
Archzeological Club: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society.
H.xRR11a'r Uris Love Lake Pleasant, Hamilton County, N. Y.
Albany High School: Cushing Academy: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: College
Settlement: Choral Club: Cushing Club: Archaeological Club: Empire State
Club: 1907 LLAMARADA Board: Class Dramatic Committee 1906-1907.
NiARG.'XRli'l' CoNv12ns1c McCl..xRv, 1' K Vvinclsor, Vt.
Windsor High School: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocoseg Athletic Association: Archae-
C11.R1s'1'iN1a M11u.'xM MCEWIQN, 11152 Wellsville, N. Y.
Du Bois High School: New York City Normal College: Y. W. C. A.: Le Gio-
cose: Athletic Association: College Settlement: Archaeological Club: To 66
Chapter, Debating Society.
SARAI1 I-I1al.12N B'lCGR.X'l'l'l 88 Newton St., Holyoke, Mass.
Holyoke High School: L'Alliance Francaise.
El-1z.xn1aT1l, VV. NlClqlCli 20 High St., Chelsea, Mass.
Chelsea High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: College Settlement, Vice-
President 1905-1906: Athletic Association: Assistant Business Manager 1907
LLAMARADA: Class Dramatic Committee 1906-1907.
MARY S'1'0l1l1.XRll M cN1c'r'r, H. H. lf. C. 606 W. Fifth St., Ottumwa, Qlowa
Ottumwa High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Cycle of Nirvana: College
Settlement: lowa Club: Athletic Association: Choral Club: Banjo Club: Class 1
EDNA FR.xNClcs lk'iCl"1'll2RSON ' 45 Smith St., Portland, Me.
Portland High School: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Gioeose: College Settlement: Athletic
Association: Choral Club: Pine Tree State Club, Vice-President 1905-1906,
President 1906-1907. '
CATIIIQRINE l's.xmcr. 1k1li1S'l'lER 208 Walnut St.. Clinton, Mass.
Clinton High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Nipmuck Club: Tb Be' Chapter,
Debating Society. '
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El.1S.XIlli'1'lI f1l.lYl'I Nllilililkfli 210 Gara St., Ottumwa, Iowa
Ottumwa Higl1 School: Iowa College: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocose: History Club:
F1.o1ucNc:1a Loulslc NlI'l'C1llC1.I. Dalton, Mass.
Dalton High School: Y. W. C. A.: College Settlement: Athletic Association:
History Club: Glee Club: Choral Club: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society, Secre-
tary 1905-1906: Class Executive Committee 1903-1904, 1905-1906: Students'
League, Executive Board 1905-1906: Secretary Students' League 1906-1907.
l2nN.x Cnosnv Nllfllllili, EKDA 879 VVest End Ave., New York, N. Y.
Montclair High School: Wheaton Seminary: Y. W. C. A.: l.e Giocose: Ath-
letic Association: Debating Society: Lectureship Committee 1903-1904: Class
Executive Committee 1904-1905: Class President 1905-1906: President Stu-
dents' League 1906-1907.
1"I.0RlCNCli lCS'l'lIl5R Moms Womelsclorf, Pa.
Allentown College: Y. NV. C. A.: l.e Giocose: College Settlement: Key Stone
State Club: Tb 56 Chapter, Debating Society: Chairman Class Prayer-Meeting
JULIA Ev!-:l'.x'N Rilonmx 16 Maple Ave., Amherst, Mass.
Amherst High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Association: L'Alli-
ance Francaise: Choral Club: T6 66 Chapter, Debating Society.
1 l'lr7.xn1-:'rn iXlURSli, H. H. I". C. 1320 lileventh St., NVashington, D. C.
Norwich Free Academy: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Association:
Archaeological Club: Choral Club: Empire State Club: College Settlement,
Secretary-Treasurer 1906-1907: T6 66 Chapter, Debating Society: Class Dra-
matic Committee 1906-1907: Student Volunteer Band.
CI..xR.x W'l':l-:D Nuns VValton, N. Y.
Walton High School: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocose: Empire State Club: Choral
Club: Archzeological Club.
1Xl.Xl!lEl. Anlcmlmi Nonmlz Sonthwick, Mass.
VVestF1eld High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Gioeose: Mandolin Club: Debating
lixln I-lURl.1n1ir'r NORTL-1RUl' The lleeeh Drive. Norwich, Conn.
Norwich Free Academy: Y. W. C. A.: l.e Giocose: College Settlement: Archae-
ALICE AVR Novus, EQDX 378 Washington St., Haverhill, Mass.
Haverhill High School: Y. W. C. A., Secretary 1904-1905: Le Giocose: Ath-
letic Association: History Club: Choral Club: Baked Bean Club: To 66 Chapter,
Debating Society: Sophocles Authors' Club: Mount Holyoke Board, Assistant
Business Manager 1904-1905, Business Manager 1905-1906: May Day Commit-
tee 1905-1906: Editor-in-Chief Class Book: House Chairman Porter Hall
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ANNA ll.-xRn.x1t.x flliR'l'l2l., GPBK
64 1fVillimansett St., South Hadley Falls, Mass.
South Hadley High School: L'Alliancc Francaise: Le Giocoseg Archreological
RUTH Huawoon Ol.Ms'r1fn 122 Florida St., Springfield, Mass.
Hyde Park High School. Chicago: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocoseg Athletic Associa-
tion: History Club: Archaeological Club: Wisilliminna Club. -
El.1Z.Xl!lC'I'l'1 IEMIIN O'r'r 35 Lcc St.. VVorccster, Mass.
Worcester Classical High School: V. VV. C. A.: Le Giocoseg College Settle-
ment: L'Alliance Francaise, Sccrctary-Treasurer 1906-1907: Nipmuck Club:
Choral Club: Archaeological Club.
Ruru :l'l.XRRllC'l' l'llilRCl2 14 East Grove St., Mid.c1lebo1'o, Mass.
Micldleboro High School: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocose: Choral Club: Student
Building Fund Committee 1905-1906: Banjo Club, Accompanist 1905-1906:
Glee Club, Accompanist 1906-1907.
lXl.u:roN Room lJR.tx'n"1' 1012 Locust St., Cincinnati, Ohio
Vilalnut Hills High School: Y. W. C. A.: Athletic Association: Choral Club:
S.xR.xu .'hNNli'l"l'IE QUlNlllX', FK 253 Salisbury St., VV01'CCSl1C1', Mass.
XVorcester Classical High School : IY. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Associa-
tion: Nipmuck Club: College Settlement: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society:
Class Secretary 1905-1906: House Chairman Mead Hall 1906-1907.
lrkllill.-X RAND Monson, Mass.
Monson Academy: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocoseg College Settlement: Glee Club:
,l"l.oR1-:Nun NIARY Rum-'I1zl.n 18 lild St., New Haven, Conn.
Hillhouse High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocoseg College Settlement: Athletic
Association: Biological Club: Archaeological Club. .
SUs.xN M.xR'ru.x Rmcn, IIHBK 54 Court St., Westfield, Mass.
Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocoseg Athletic Association: College Settlement: History
Club: T6 66 Chapter, Debating Society, President 1905-1906: Class Vice-Presi-
dent 1904-1905: Students' League, Executive Board 1905-1906, Vice-President
Al.lll2li'F.X RIsl.1aR R1'l"l'lENI'ItlUSlE Flemington, N. J.
Blair Hall: Miss Roney's School for Girls, Bola, Pa.: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose:
Athletic Association 1 College Settlement: Choral Club: Mosquito Club:
Archaeological Club: Sophocles Authors' Club.
G1i.XQflf M'.xRu..x1ua'r Roislalws 245 Sargeant St., Holyoke, Mass.
Holyoke High School: Archaeological Club: Holyoke Club: Debating Society.
LUI..x Mm' Rom2R'1's South Hadley, Mass.
Ludlow High School: Y. VV. C. A.
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PAUl.1N1z lEr.1cANo1z Rocxwnm.
Amenia, N. Y.
Perkionien Seminary: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Choral Club: Glee Club:
Athletic Association: Cycle of Nirvana: Class Vice-President 1905-1906.
HAR1uls'r liUnouA R012
5 Dix St., Worcester, Mass.
Worcester Classical High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Asso-
ciation: Choral Club: Nipmuck Club: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society, Vice-
lqA'l'l'll5RINlE Blau. Romans
Hingham High School: Y. W. C. A.: Pine Tree State Club: Athletic Associa-
tion: College Settlement.
ml.-XRY ELLIQN Romans 29 Camp St., New Britain, Conn.
New Britain High School: Y. W. C. A., Cabinet Member 1906-1907: Le Gio-
cose: Athletic Association: College Settlement: Class Treasurer 1906-l907:
Students' League, Executive Committee 1903-1904.
h'lINN1lS SICLDICN RUCil'Ill
Stetson University: Rockford College: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocoseg Choral Club:
College Settlement: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society.
M Alqoiula Glzlswomm SARG1sN'1', XA GJ 5225 jefferson Ave., Chicago, Ill.
Hyde Park High School: University ot' Chicago: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose:
Wisilliminna Club: Athletic Association: Class Executive Committee 1906-
LUCY E1.l.lcN Sco'1"r 210 Maple St.. New Britain. Conn.
New Britain High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Association:
Tennis Leader 1906-1907.
Errncr. NIARSH S1-:ARINU
Morristown, N. J.
Morristown High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: College Settlement: Mos-
Esrn me MJXIIY SEARS 23 Fairfield Avenue, Holyoke, Mass.
Holyoke High School: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocoseg Athletic Association: College
Settlement: Philosophy Club: Holyoke Club: Tb 64 Chapter, Debating Society:
L'Alliancc Francaise, Vice-President 1906-1907.
EDITH F. Smviak
Wfyoming, N. Y.
Middlebury Academy: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocoseg L'AlIiance Francaise: Debat-
ing Society. .
E'l'IlIEl. l'lAY SEVISI ll7 llroad St., Norwich, Conn.
Norwich Free Academy: Y. W. C. A.: College Settlement: Le Giocoseg Archzc-
ological Club. '
.NIARY Louise SIQYMUUR 289 Fairfield Ave., Hartford, Conn.
Hartford Public High School: Y. W. C. A.: Athletic Association: Tb 66 Chap-
ter, Debating Society: Archaeological Club.
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l3sTIII-:Ii EI.lZ.Xl4li'1'll SII.xw 338 'Pine St.. Fall River, Mass.
St. Paul Central High School: Fall River High School: Y. W. C. A.: To 66
Chapter, Debating Society: '.l'r:II1s-Mississippi Club: Mann! Holyoke Board
1905-1907: Le Giocose.
MARY 'l,'IcNIfII4:I.n SIIIcI.noN - 1817 National Ave., Rockford, lll.
Rockford High School: Y. NV. C. A.: Le Cviocose: College Settlement: Athletic
Association: Tb be' Chapter, Debating Society: Wisilliminna Club.
M.xIzI.xN SPIQNCIQR SIiIcIcI.I-: llainesville. Ohio
Painesville High School: Lake Erie College: Y. XV. C. A.: Le Giocose: Col-
lege Settlement: Choral Club: Ohio Club.
EDITII LoU1sIi SAI 1'1'II 49 XVayside Ave., Chieopee, Mass.
West Springfield High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Association:
Springfield Club: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society.
HIQIQIQN liI'I'zI:IiR.xI.Im SAI l'l'll 26 Temple St., Nashua, N. H.
Nashua High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocosez Arcbzeological Club: Granite
State Club, President l906-l907. Q
LIQITA l?I.oIusNCIs SMITII Union City. Conn,
Naugatuck High School: Northfield Seminary: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocose:
College SettleInent: Philosophy Club: Banjo Club: Archaeological Club.
RUTII KNowI.Ics SMITII' Orleans, Mass.
Cushing Academy: Y. W. C. A.: College Settlement: Student Volunteer Band:
Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society.
CI'..fxR.x LoUIsIa S'I'.ufIfIIIelIi, QPBK 120 llutler St., Lawrence, Mass.
Lawrence High School : Y. NV. C. A.: Le Giocosc: llaked Bean Club: Mandolin
Club: Class Book Board.
HIcI.I':N i'lU'1'CllINSON STIa.xI:Ns 122 Eleventh St., Lowell, Mass.
Lowell High School: Y. NV. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Association: Archae-
ologlcal Club: Chairman Class Dramatic Committee 1906-1907.
NIsI.I.IIc S'I'.xIeIz S'I'IavIaNs, f12BK 850 Lafayette St.. :i'il'ltlg'ClJ0l't. Conn.
Q Bridgeport High, School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocosep Basketball Team: Tb 66
Chapter, Debating Society, Vice-President 1905-1906: 1907 LLAMAIQAIM Board:
Class Vice-President 1906-1907: Student Volunteer Band.
EDITH j'uI,Iix S'rIcwlxRT 501 Qliast Second St., Duluth, Minn.
Dllllitil Central High School: Y. NV. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Association:
L'Alliance Francaise: Choral ClI.Ib: Biological Club: Cycle of Nirvana: Wild
and Woolly West Club: Wisilliminna Club: Class Executive Committee 1906-
l907: Class Dramatic Committee 1906-1907.
LII.1.xN Colm STII:I.1NI: 178 Central Ave., Dover, N. H.
Dover High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Association: Granite
State Club: L'Alliance Francaise: Mandolin Club: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating
36 THE LLAMARADA
LUCY Mn' S'l'UUlill'I'0N Montague, Mass.
Montague High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Franklin County Club:
College Settlement: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society: 1907 LLAMARADA Board:
Class Executive Committee 1906-1907.
GRACE H.fxNN.fxui Srowll: Scitico, Conn.
Enfield High School: New Britain State Normal School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Gio-
cose: College Settlement: Athletic Association: Student Volunteer Band,
Leader 1906-1907: Business Manager Class llook.
Dokoruv S'l'RIClC'l'S, 1' K 205 liast Commerce St., llridgeton, N. J.
Ivy Hall Seminary: Y. W. C. A., Cabinet Member 1906-1907: Le Giocose: Ath-
letic Association: Archaeological Club: Mosquito Club: Cycle of Nirvana:
Class Secretary 1904-1905. I
EMMA CIIRISTINA Sw.xNsoN 33 Clitl St., St. johnsbury. Vt.
Saint Johnsbury Academy: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Vermont Club: Athletic
Association. ' "V
HELEN l:.XUSTlN.X Swlcl-:'r, XA69 103 llank St., Attleboro, Mass.
Attleboro High School: Lc Giocose: College Settlement: Mandolin Club: Ath-
letic Association: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society.
CrR.'XCli lXl.XRl1.XRli'l' 'l'.'xvl.oR 136 Spring St., New Haven, Conn.
Hillhouse High School: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocosc, Vice-President 1905-1906,
President 1906-1907: Athletic Association: College Settlement: Tb 56'Cha-pter,
Debating Society: Basketball Team. ' - ' '
RU'1'I'I VVoon 'l'laMPr.1c 101 Center St., Rutland, Vt.
Rutland High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocoseg Archaeological Club.
AGNI-:s h'lAY 'lflroM1'soN, dv BK 1134 Quinnipiac Ave., New Haven, Conn.
New Haven High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocoseg L'Alliance Francaise.
lXl.xRo1xRlc'1' l.UcII.1.l4: Tl-ioMPsoN, N110 East Northfield, Mass.
Packer Collegiate Institute: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocose: Athletic Association:
Mosquito Club: Student Volunteer Band: Class Executive Committee 1905-
1906: Student Building Fund Committee 1904-1905.
lvlrlumfl IJUNT ,'l'll1ml.l. Leicester, Mass.
Pepperell High School. ,
il7l.URliNCl'I Louisa 'l'lNkn,xM, 11152 Temple St., Springfield, Mass.
Springtield High School : Y. NV. C. A.: Le Giocose: College Settlement: Sopho-
cles Authors' Club: Biological Club: Springfield Club: May Day Committee
1903-1904: Art Editor 1907 LLAMARADA: Editor-in-Chief Mount Holyoke 1906-
1907: To 56 Chapter, Debating Society.
EMILY liINNS 'l'oPu.xM 165 Salem St., Lawrence, Mass.
Lawrence High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Baked Bean Club: Choral
Club: Archzeological Club: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society.
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tjlucis DAM1sRoN Uviilxm, XAGD
20 Mount Ilowdoin 'l'erracc, Dorchester Center, Mass
Dorchester High School: Y. VV. C. A.. Cabinet Member 1905-1906: Le Giocose:
History Club: College Settlement, President 1905-1907: Baked Bean Club:
Student Volunteer Band.
Riiicxlx M.xRCiaI.I..fx XVixiuuNi':R 828 Sumner Ave., Springfield, Mass
Springfield High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: College Settlement: Tb 66
Chapter, Debating Society: Springfield Club: Archaeological Club: Mandolin
RUTH ANN Winch Vifestport, Conn
Staples High School: V. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Archaeological Club.
RUTH Moiuns Wl1:1.i-ics Wetherstield, Conn
Hartford High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le Giocose: Ath-letic Association, Vice-
President 1905-1906, President 1906-1907.
l2l.lZ.Xl!l'I'l'll lf1uf:Ncti1 Wiliiicmu, 11152 Lincoln, Mass
Concord High School: V. VV. C. A.: Le Giocose: College Settlement: Athletic
Association, Treasurer 1904-1905: Archaeological Club: Sophocles Authors'
Club: Baked Bean Club: Biological Club: Philosophy Club: Class Executive
Committee 1904-1905: Class Treasurer 1905-1906: Student Building Fund
Lou LUc11.ia WIli2isl.laR, KIIQ, H. H. F. C. VVhite River Qllunetion, Vt
Hartford High School : Vermont Academy: L'Alliance Francaise: Y. XV. C. A.:
Athletic Association: Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society: Class Executive Com-
mittee 1904-1905: Treasurer Students' League 1905-1906.
Nl'Il.DRlED Wi1if:ici.ocK, H. H. li. C. 43 Dresser St., Southbridge, Mass
Southbridge High School: Y. XV. C. A.: Le Giocose: Choral Club: Debating
Society: College Settlement: Nipmuck Club: L'Alliance Francaise.
lfimnctias leluowninu Wnnwiac Sutton, Mass
Sutton High School: VVorcestcr South High School: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocose:
Athletic Association: College Settlement: History Club.
ll'ic.xiu. VVll1'I'COMll 264 Center St., Newton, Mass
Newton High School: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocose: Baked Bean Club: Newton
Club: Archaeological Club: College Settlement, Vice-President 1906-1907.
limz.-x1:lc'1'ii lA7lll'l"l'liM0RIi 122 tlak'St.. Sandyhill, Y
Sandyhill High School: Y. W. C. A.: linipire State Club: Archaeological Club:
Tb 66 Chapter, Debating Society. 5
I.ian..ix llfllua W llI'l"l'lEMORli Saco. Me
Whitinsville High School: Y. VV. C. A.: Le Giocose: Pine Tree State Club:
I-turtle .llnoxmvl-11.1. XVILIIUR 326 South Second St., Rockford. Ill.
Rockford High School: Rockford College: Y. VV. C. A.: l.e Giocose: Choral
Club: College Settlement.
Hifi.:-:N .XUm:l:s'l'.x W'n.soN 310 Blain St.. NfVakeHeld. Mass.
Wakefield High School: Y. YY. C. A., Cabinet Member: l.e Giocoseg Baked
Bean Club: Choral Club: Mandolin Club: House Chairman Pearsous I-Iall
in-:ssnc MAY VVoou Grafton, Blass.
Grafton High School: Y. XY. C. A.: l.e fliocose: Athletic Association: Nip-
lf'l'lll'Il'. CYN'l'llI.X Xvoou Waterlmry, Conn.
Waterbury High School: Y. W. C. A.: l.e Giocose: Archaeological Club: Bio-
logical Club: Student Volunteer Hand.
Liu. 'l+'n,xNc:l-:s Xvllfllllffllfli 17 Adams St.. llaugor, Me.
Bangor High School: Y. W. C. A.: Le fliocose: College Settlement, Librarian
1905-1906: Athletic Association: Pine 'l'ree State Club: Choral Club: Glee
.El.lI'l'.ll. HARRISON ANDREWS
CIIARI,,O'r'rE NIAY ,I-EAYLEY
llUI.IliT FARRINIIION BLOOD
LENA IXIAY BOWKIER
,IEIII'I'II CLIELAND BROWNE
REIIECCA JULIA BUCIQINCIIAAI
CLARA LIVERMORE CARRUTII
JlENN.lIi ELIzAIsE'I'I-I CATON
NIAIQY LOUISE CIIASE
BESSIIIC IXIAY CLARK
AIAIHEI. LOUISE COMEX'
1?-I ICLEN CRAWFORD
FLORENCE .BARNES CRU'I"I'ENIII-:N
GRACE RIAY EASTICRIQY
,I :IA JRIEN CI-I EIIOERITON
ALICE AI.IfREIIA FAIRIIANIQ
IIICSSUQ NV I NIIfRE.O FISI I ICR
IIIQR'l'11A VVILLIAMSON FISIIER
ETIIIEI. AUGUSTA I'1I'I'TIfS
l'1ICI.IEN LOUISE F0l.I.liT .
LENA R U'I'II FORDYCIQ
GERTRUIIE Hl'II.IiN GASIQINS
VHIESSIE IILAIQE GAYLORII .
JHIXRY Es'I'ELLE GERARII
MARIE' 1QiI'EIAI'N GIIISON
EHICIJCN RENWICR GLEN
CA'I'IIERINE ALIIEN GOOIIARII
GERTRIIIIE IPAULINIE c?OlJlJ.XRD
VI RGIN IA :XRAl'HEI.I.E GOOs I I ALI:
BIARY EARLE GOULO
.FIQORIENCE FRANCES HAYNES
LAURA ESTEIILIE HEACOCK
IXIQMIRA FRANCES HOLMES
ELIZ.XBnli'L'.l'I GRACE 1-IU'I"I'ON
ETIIEL ALICE JACKSON
OLGA NIAIQY HIIIRIIICIC KELSEY
BITARY BARIIOUR KNOX
CI'I.'XRl,0'1"l'li EILIZAISIIITI1 LAAIIIERI'
ALMIRA FAY LEAV1'l"IT
lBERiI'II.A Ii. LINGl,liY
LIZZIIC HELLE I.INNEI.L
.IZESSIE LOUISE NEWCONIII
HELEN GERIIRUIIIE NEWCOMII
IWURIEL HIXIBIIEX' fjlllik
ELSIIE lNlI'lI.LIClEN'1' PERKINS
INICZ I'llII.l1'PA l',1Il'1l.AND
EOITII. f,.IliORGIA PROVOST
IULIA CIQARE SAMSON
CARRIE EVA SCHICIRIER
NIARIAN LOUISE SNYIIER
RTARY ESTHIER TILLMAN
HIESSIIC AIIELINE TORREY
FLORA DIQJXPIER TREAI'
GRACE LOUISE TROVV
j'EssIE UOUGI'l'1'0N TUCKIER
EOITII EVERTON XXVASIIIIURNIQ
FERN' CLARE XXVIAIEIELIER
FRANCES IQIEIIIECCA W III'I'NEx'
I LYDIA XV OOO
40 THE LLAMARADA
O every Mount 'Holyoke girl, and particularly to the 1907 girls, the
sad news of Kathleen I-Iurd's death came as a terrible shock. VVe
were scattered all over the country enjoying our vacations to the
fullg and it seemed incredible and impossible that one of our
mnnber should have been so suddenly snatched from family and friends. Now
that we are back at college, where we knew Kathleen, the sense of loss comes
over us even more keenly and poignantly.
ln her the college has lost an enthusiastic supporter of everything per-
taining to the life here. Prominent in athletics, dramatics, music. always
glad to help along in anything, she was universally known and liked. Capable,
faithful to work, yet jolly and ever ready for a good time, she was a happy
combination of sweetness and strength. In short she was an all-round college
girl, and we mourn our loss more and more each day as we realize in her
absence all she meant in college and to each one of us. XVe have lost a
staunch and true friend and an ardent supporter of and leader in 1907.
IELIZABETI1 KENim1.1.. Prvs1'dv11f.
NE1.Lu-: S. STEVENS. V1'cv-I'1'v.i'1'riv11t.
For the Class of 1007.
42 THE LLAMARADA
Class of Nineteen Hundred
Mo'r'ro: Svc the Bax!
FLOWER! While Rnxc
I2MIII,1sM : Dragon
MARGARET HINsmI.r. PALMIQR . . . . P1'r'sfa'r1zt
HARRII-:'r LANG BoU'rIeI,I.I2 . . I"'1'vv-Pr'z'sidv11t
MAIIY NOYIES . . . . Secrclrzry
MARGAli!'IT SARGIQNT Evl-:R'rs . . . 'l'1'c'as1u'vr
EVA MARTIN BLATCIIIPORII , , ..,... S 'l'l'gL'tHll-df-f1l'lIlS
IWARION I-Lxzlar. LEWIS ....... Class Ilisforiuu
LAURA DWIGIIT WAIQIT Cfllliflllllll of Class lII'lIj'L'I'-AlL'8f1'11fg Committee
AVIS EASTON . . ..... Cllpfllfil of liaskvllmll Tvam
Executive Committee .
HARRII-:'r LANG BoU'r1aI.I.I2, Clzairumn
ETIIIQI. GIQNIQVRA CLARK ,IRAN 1sAmf:I. IIAMRIQNII
ICIIITII ,IRNNIIQ CONKLIN I'IIiI.I'ZN IEl.IZAlllC'l'lI MANIII-:l,I.
TYNA I'IlCI.MAN, Clmirluan
EI.1zA1IIc'rII CI,Al'l'liR'l'0N CSRAU-1 MAI' lCAs'I'IcRI.x'
IIELIEN BRRWIIR DLINLAP Rum' ISAIII-:I,1,A HII'I"I'oN
Hlil.liN EI.IzAnI-:'I'II MANIII-:I,I.
FRANCES CAMvIzm.I. BIcRKIcI.IcI' CoRxIcI.I.x BIARIA CI.Al'l'
JULIA B. DIKIICINSON IiI.IaANoR C. DUAR
LANSING XIANDIERIIIEYDICN HAMMOND
THE LLAMARADA 43
Scraps from the Junior Lunch
57' WINE cold winter morning a girl came hurrying into the college
, . L
' post office. On each arm she was carrying a big basket
' filled with rolls and ries and cookies. She aut the baskets
carefully on a bench, and seating herself between them she
opened a book and began to read. Soon, however, she stopped to
listen to a strange little noise at her side and this is what she heard.
C1'1111a111011 Roll.-Ah! but it 's good to get where it 's warm again,
don't you think so, little lVl'lSS.vli2ll'lZ1l12't Pie? There goes the bell. Wliatl
you don't know what that is? lt 's the signal for recitations to end and
the girls to come rushing in for something to eat. My grandmother
came back the other day and told us all about it. Here they come now!
Wfhen the worst is over I 'll tell you what I know if you 're still here.
131111111111 Pia.-Now we can rest a minute. VVhat a scramble!
C'fIllICNl'IOIl Roll.--Did you see those last ones? They were juniors.
C!zoc'0lr1l0 C11l.'1'.-Qlloxv do you know they're Juniors, l should like
to know? '
C1'lIlI0l7IOII Roll.-Xkfhy, you can tell immediately by tl1eir appearance.
They 're the happiest girls in the bunch. The Freshmen have that woe-
begone, looking-in-the-mail-box expression, Sophomores wear a frenzied,
red-eyed glare which comes from excessive reading, and Seniors are so
grim they never deign to smile. llut find a girl with a care-free laugh
and she 's a jolly Junior every time. T
G1'11gv1' C'o11lry.-Trl'111, were they always so?
Ci1z1za111011 Roll.-No, of course not. They were like all Freshmen
at first, very frightened and subdued for a few days, then suddenly
possessed of a remarkable knowledge of the college and its ways. How-
ever, after some struggling with exams and quizzes they became more
44 THE LLAMARADA
humble. At the end of the year, when they 'd been to a few receptions
and a sleighride and become somewhat acquainted with their wonderful
hidden talents and powers, they were so weighted down and oppressed by
the sense of their capabilities that they seemed different people.
Clzovolafc Cake.-They did n't care about Sophomore year so very
much. .l. heard some one say, ".lsn't it nice not to have a quiz
every day as we used to ?" And the girl with her answered, "Yes, is n't
it? And it is such a relief not to have Chemistry Lab. hanging over you
all the time. llut there were nice things too, like the play and the ice
carnival, were n't there ?"
Bllllfllltl Pic.-XVhat about the play? Was it good?
Ci1111a111011 Roll.-Good! Well, l should say so. They gave "Pride
and Prejudice" and made a success of it. That might be called good,
don't you think? Do you see that girl there? VVell, she has charge of
this year's dramaties. There 's the basketball captain and manager, too.
I get so enthusiastic about this class of 1908 sometimes that l simply
have to let it off by talking about them. They have a splendid debating
society that is well worth going to. and a junior choir also, The only
thing that seems to trouble them is Psycliology, and that does n't last
GI'Il.Q'f'I' Cnoky.-It must be the ii1'Ol'I'l they are talking about which
keeps them so jolly. One girl came up to another and said, "Say, have
you the seventh taken?" "Yes," the other replied. t'The twelfth?"
"Yes" 'fOh, dear, that 's all I have free. ,l'sn't that too bad 7' And
then they went off laughing and whispering.
Ci111111111011 Roll.-T 've noticed it too. It seems to be occupying their
thoughts to the exclusion of everything else. There goes the bell again.
I'm afraid we shan't see each other again after this. Good-bye.
GIAIIKQFI' Cooky, 1301111110 Pic. C!I0t'0lllfl' C'11l.'1'.--tlood-bye.
Aimms, ANNA GICRTRUIDIQ
ARTI-1U1i, A1.1cE lNlAR10N-
BEAL, E'rTA GRACE
BENNICR, l:R.'XNC'1CS Z1I.1'A1l
li1x1.laR, FANNY V1o1.A
BLA'rcn1foRu, EVA lVl:ARTIN
Bock, AIARIA PRI!-ZCILLA
l3o1.1.1ss, FAITII FILIER
13oU'1'1n.1.1a, 1'lARRIli'l' LANG
BOVVKER, LENA lXlAY
BROCKMEIER, LENA LOUISE
BRYANT. :ALICE GlCR'l'RUllE
Buck, Ac:Nr:s El.lZAl!lE'l'1'I
BURNHAM, IQATHICRINH ELIZA
l'iUT'l'lERICK, 1"LoR12NCla l'lATT1li
CAR1.'roN, Louise lix.1zA1uaTH
CARRl7'l'HliRS, JENNIIE DoNN1su,
CnAs1c, AIARY lklA'l'CH
CLARK, ET1-IEL GRNIQVRA
CoNRl.1N, IEUITH JIENNIIC
CONK1.1N, ELlzA1ua'rH VVOOIIRU
Cook, Amcla l'lARRlli'l'
CRAw1foRn, l'I1aL1aN Esrl-11f:R
CR1cu'roN, llARRllC'l' GRACE
DAY, LL'f'X' AlAY
DEAN, BUNNY Br.Asn1c1.r.
Donnie, AlARY Enrrn ,
Donn:-:, RAC'1'lliL Amerie
Dom., F1.oR1eNt'li .KATIIARINE
DUNI.4Xl', :l'lELliN BREWER
l':ARl.li, l:LORliNCli lRlaNlc
EASTERLY. GRACE 1X'lAY
1633 East Main Street, Bridgeport,
Saxtons River, Vt.
161 Ashland Avenue, Bloomfield,
140 North Ninth Street, Readin
108 Vernon Street, Norwood,
2601 Sixth Avenue, Molil
35 Trowbridge Avenue, Newtonville, Mass.
365 North Jefferson Street, Kittannin
41 Bartlett Avenue, Pittsfield,
536 East Chestnut Street, ltlazelton, Pa.
121 Hungerford Street, Hartford, Conn.
259 Chestnut Street, Chelsea,
128 Elm Street, Worcester,
732 Ninth Street, Milwaukee,
1466-13 East Street, Salt Lake City, Utah
311 Baldwin Street, Elmira,
81 West Street, Leominster,
11 North College Street, Schenectady,
302 Chieopee Street, Chicopee,
62 Second Street, NVaterford,
97 Elm Street, VVorcester,
20 Marion Street, Wollaston,
North Lafayette Street, Grand Rapids,
1350 North Main Avenue, Scranton, Pa.
153 Catharine Street, Springfield. Mass.
204 East Main Street, Penn Yan,
366 Clifton Avenue, Newark,
2428 Stone Street, Port 1-luron,
149 North Water Street, Ogdensburg,
321 Chestnut Street, West Newton,
609 East Eighth Street, Jamestown,
42 Lorillard Place, New York,
30 School Street, Manehester-hy-the-Sea,
35 Van Ness Place, Newark,
10 Gotham Street, Watertown,
EIIsoN, VIVA FI.oRENcE 45 Fairfield Avenue, Holyoke, Mass.
EVANS, l'IEf.li.N 58 Forest Street, Springfield, Mass.
I2vERTs, MARCiARliT SARGENT 105 Monroe Street, Roxbury, Mass.
FELL, BEssIE ORCELIA 26 New York Avenue, Ogdensburg, N. Y.
FIIPIELII, NIIRIAM 15 Fales Street, Worcester, Mass.
FINLEY, SUSAN NlARIli NVardwell Avenue, West New Brighton, N. Y.
FORD-IN, LAURA EMMA 92 Sehermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
FOSTER, AIJA ANSTIS 1VlURRAY 3 Main Street, Greenfield, Mass.
GALT, NlARY VVALLACIZ Marion, Va.
GERARI1, 1VlARY ESTELLIC Holland Patent, N. Y.
Giuus, BflARl0N RldliWSTliR 55 Judkins Street, Newtonville, Mass.
GILMORE, EDITH ' Salem, N. Y.
GLEASON, vlfl.lS.'Xl1li'l'H 9 White Avenue, Wakefield, Mass.
GomNG, EMILY '1iAltl1l'II.I, 188 Ijanforth Street, Portland, Me.
GooIINow, RUTII Lois East Jaffrey, N. H.
1'lAGAR, CATHARINE Ol.Il'li Dalton, Mass.
HAI-IN, AGNEs ANNA 40 Ashley Street, Springfield, Mass.
I-fAINEs, LOUISE B1ARGARE'1' North Wolfeboro, N. H.
I'iAMMOND, JEAN lsAuEL 119 Houston Avenue, Muskegon, Mich.
l'lASKliLL, 1VlAllliL l,luRRoLIGIIs
l'lASKELL, MARY Poomz
1"1AZIiN, HELEN BRAIIIIQRII
l-IEARTZ, ANGIE CRANVFORD
1'lEWIiS, lAlARRlli'l' LUCILE
H11-'I.E, LUCY AGNES STELLA
Homis, INHZ LIZIETTIS
HOLMI-IS, ALMIRA FRANCE:-I
1'10XVl.ANll, BERTHA IJANIELSON
110YI.li, LouIsE BERTI'1oUn
l'1UllllARl7, CARoLYN KELLSEY
HUTTON, RURY ISARELLA
JENNESS, MAIIY ElIl'l'l'l
KELLEY, HELEN 1VlARGARliT
KELLY, NllRIAM FRANCES
ICENT, 1V1ILllRlEl'l 1'l0NVI,AND
KI M BALL, PEARL ETH lil.
ICNIGI-IT, KATE BTARION
LEEIIS, SARAII IDUTTUN
LEWIS, 1V1ARl0N 1'1'AZl'1l.
NIALLARY, LUCY Roc:RwELL
MANIIELI., l'lliLlEN EI.IzAIIE'rII
NIARTY, RUTH PIERCE
MCALISLAN, JESSIE LoRAINE
NIONROE, MARY CllARl.0T'I'E
MOTT, HELEN ELIZARETII
NEWCOMII, BEssIE Louise
30 Pierce Street, Westbrook, Me.
234 Bridge Street, Westbrook, Me.
276 College Street, Middletown, Conn.
9 Bennett Street, Woburn, Mass.
198 Marion Street, East Boston, Mass.
45 Jackson Street, Springfield, Mass.
21 Linden Street, Holyoke, Mass.
West Ossipee, N. H.
76 Winter Street, Norwood, Mass.
West Long Hill, Middletown, Conn.
12 Oak Street, Southington, Conn.
' 649 Central Avenue, Dover, N. H.
209 Norton Street, New Haven, Conn.
New Bedford, Mass.
280 Pearl Street, Manchester, N. H.
71 Tremont Street, Hartford, Conn.
Bethlehem, N. H.
Moorestown, N. J.
101 North Main Street, Southington, Conn.
Main Street, Housatonic, Mass.
4 Walnut Avenue, Cambridge, Mass.
6431 Harvard Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
325 Northampton Street, Holyoke, Mass.
213 West Second Street, Jamestown, N. Y.
Union Hill, N. Y.
15 Harrison Street, Catskill, N. Y.
NORTIAIROP, ENIII 1'lURL11UTT
NORTON, SYLv1NA CHAPMAN
OHIER, NIARION IQELLOGG
OIIER, 1VlURlEL 1-1 AIILEY
ORR, DORA DlE1ili1NG
PALMER, MARGARET IflINsnILL
PARKHILI., MAIITIIA ELLA
PRATT, NIABEL I'1ARRlET
REIIIPIIELIT, FLORENCE MARY
RICE, ETIIEL ISAIIEI.
ROIBIERTS, LUCY GEORGE
SCHOFIELIJ, JENNIE ES'1'lCl.1.12
SEARING, ETHEL MARSH
SHACREORII, JEssIE 1jUDI.EY
SHARP, MAliY BEATRICE
SHIEPARD, 1Y1ARY WARREN
SIMONDS, ELSIE 1-IURLIIUT
SMIT1-I, KATIE EDNA
SOPIER, Gl'IR'I'RUllli BERNICE
SPENCER, MAIIIEL ELOISIE
SI'R1NG5T1Clil1, CLARA BELLE
STEARNS, CAROLINE ELIZAIIETII
STEER, MARY AMELIA
STEPuENs, AGNEs ANNIE
STEWART, EIIITII JULIA
STEWART, LESLIE BUssIERE
STONE, AIIELINE ELIOT
STONE, 1V1AY DYXVIENPORT
STOTT, JENNIE SOPIIIA
SUISMAN, EsTI-IER FREDERICA
TAYLOR, RUTH IRENE
TEALL, ANNA JESSIE
TEALL, SARA 1'1ERRMANCE
T1'IoMI'soN, EVELYN RETTA
TORREY, BIESSIE AIIELINE I
TURNER, MABIEI. BASCOM
VAN DIVORT, MARY ELIZAIIETI-I
WALLACE, OLlVIi PARKER
WALTON, SARAH LOUISE
WARD, LAURA DW1ClH'F
WARREN, EMILY WARII
WARREN, 1'IEI.1'IN FARRAR
Beech Drive, Norwich,
378 Washington Street, Haverhill,
7 Midland Avenue, White Plains,
151 Fairview Avenue, ClIicOpee,
9 Lewis Street, Portland, Me.
21 Paris Avenue, Grand Rapids, Mich.
307 Montgomery Street, Bloomfield, N. I.
Johnsonville, N. Y.
467 Ellison Street, Paterson, N. J.
1012 Locust Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
18 Eld Street, New Haven, Conn.
3424 Warren Street, Hudson, N. Y.
North Chili, N. Y.
' 211 Park AVCl1llC, Worcester, Mass.
21 Prospect Street, Morristown, N. J.
43 Franklin Avenue, Chelsea, Mass.
59 Cliff Street, Norwich, Conn.
531 Union Street, Hudson, N. Y.
339 NornIaII Street, Bridgeport, COInI.
80 VValnut Street, Holyoke, Mass.
411 Front Street, Chicopee, Mass.
65 Holland AVCIILIC, Bar Harbor, Me.
30 Salem Street, Springtield,
233 Madison Avenue, Albany,
NVendcll Depot, Mass.
720 Cass Avenue, Detroit, Mich.
Menands, Alhany, N. Y.
518 Madison Avenue, Albany, N. Y.
501 East Second Street. Duluth, Minn.
1626 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
63 Royal Street, Lowell,
36 Everett Street, Southhridge,
141 Windsor Street, Hartford,
967 Maple Avenue, Schenectady,
189 Ashland Avenue, Bloonilield, N. J.
189 Ashland Avenue, Bloomlield, N. J.
36 Ashuelot Street, Dalton, Mass.
162a l'-larrison Avenue, Jersey City, N. J.
74 Milton Street, Newcastle, Pa.
640 West Eighth Street, Plainlield, N. J.
192 Central Street, Somerville, Mass.
47 North Sixteenth Street, East Orange, N. J.
135 Forest Street, Medford, Mass.
72 Pearl Street, Springtield, Mass.
57 Ocean StI'eet, Dorchester, Mass.
WATSON, BESSIE CAMERON
WATTS, :HELEN ICIMBALL
WEATIIERILL, EDITH 1dEl.liN
WHEELER, MARJORIE ALICE
WHITE, MARION REIIECCA
WHITNEY, FRANCES REIIECCA
WICIHTMAN, LUCY ANi2IEI.L
WILLIS, JESSIE LILLIAN
WOODS, lVlARTliA DAISY
VVOODWORTII, ESTlEl,l.A PEARL
48 UIIioI1 Street, Cortland, N. Y.
34 School Street, Brunswick, Me.
White River Junction, Vt.
54 Federal Street, Greenfield, Mass.
97 Broad Street, Norwich, Conn.
245 Mountain Avenue, Malden, Mass.
34 Woodland Avenue, Gardner, Mass.
28 Shaffner Street, Worcester, Mass.
19 Beacon Strcet, Natick, Mass.
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Class of Nineteen Hundred
REEERAII Woon .
JENNIE LOUISE NIESICK
EMMA MAY CARSON
MARY AGNES CORSA
CLARA IEVELYN SEARLE
Mo'I'1'O : Ely T5 TTIJHUUFI
- COLOR: Green,
FLOWER: Yellow Clzrystwn
EMIILEM : Grilfn
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. . . Class Historian
FLORENCE HARRIS DANIIELSON . C11U1'l'llIlll1 of Class Prayer-MeelI'ng Comnziltec
RUTH N11-IkRIl.L BAILEY
MARION ALICE HoY'r
EMMA PERRY CARR
Crrplnin of Baslrvtball Team
JIZNNIIC LOUISE LII-ISICK, Clzairzuan
VIRA DINGLEY PIITERS
EOITII fIARDIE SANVYHR
RUTII COLIIY, C11Uil'IIlHIl
IiI.IzAIIIa'rI'I CRANE PORTI-:R
ANNA LOUISE Ruxvox
CAROLINE M0liRlS GALT
Pg. l -1000
Ch. 19, 6
Pages from a Sophomore
- -E.ix1u.v ltlisroiw or Tin: ll3ARis.x1u,xNs.
Rumor passed through the Empire that the barbari-
ans were planning to seize the outskirts of Librarium
for their abode. The general attitude, however, of
the people within the Empire was one of slight con-
tempt, as they did not appreciate the extent of power
of the barbarians. lfirst apprehension felt when
tln'ce battles were fought in a town called Gymna-
sianople. There was great surprise when the bar-
barians, with great energy and brilliancy, conquered
in two battles. ln a third, more severely contested
battle, they were repulsed with small loss. They
lived, however, on friendly terms, inviting the most
respected inhabitants of the Empire to share their
hospitality. At the end of the year they fought
several battles in lixaniniunfii and were victorious.
3lIGR.'X'l'IONS .mn SlC'1"1'l.liMlCN'I'.
After crossing the boundaries of Freshman-triales,
they entered, on September 28 of the following year,
the province of Grindinium. The horde settled upon
the outskirts of Librarium and besieged the strong-
hold.r Many perished before an entrance within the
walls could be obtained, but finally access was made
possible into the innermost parts of the citadel. They
took permanent abode in the town gi were continually
occupied, for the l?vsc1't'v lands furnished heavy
crops requiring constant care. They were subject,
also, to incessant harassing by the Quizzes, an in-
numerable host, whose sole delight was in besieging
To sum up, if you please, the barbarian institutions
were not firmly established, and the barbarians them-
selves led a restless, uneasy life. They made some
progress, however, and stood as noble examples to
the fresh hordes of invaders.
Before beginning the experiment of Sophomore year,
the solution of Freshmen tears-H20-1-NaCl-must
be evaporated to dryness. All unfavorable condi-
tions must be dispensed with. N. ll.-lie sure that
no traces of Math. or Latin are present.
200 pts. by volume of History Reading-1-16 pts. by
volume of Literature Reading, ground together in
the library, give a mixture of facts which cannot be
separated by mechanical means. Subject the whole
to the constant action of Quizzes and increase the
total pressure by adding GyM and QuYR. Con-
tinue the process for one year and the following
important reaction can then be stated:
Freshman Spontaneity-i- Sophomore XrVork-5 junior
SOPHO ORE CLASS
A1.1.1cN, 1DOROTIIY D1TMAN
iXLL1iN, MAI1151. L11.1.1AN
A1.1.1cN, MAU1112 I31cRN1C12
A1.1.12N, So111f1112 1i1.1zA111s'1'1f1
IXRMSTRONG, 1X1ARY GRAc1c
BA1L12Y, RUTH 1X'11iRR1LL
BANTA, A111s1.A11112 CATIIARINI2
BARNES, I'11i1.1zN LoR1Nc:
BATES, E'1'111i1. SM1T1-1
B1aAR11s1.1cY, 1X'1ARY H UTC11 1 NSON
B1aeRw1'1'H, N1c1.1.112 1V1AAY
'H1s1aA1AN, LE11.A ST0N1a
13lEl.I.INtl1iR, G1cN1zvA OSBORNIC
B 1a'rTs, 1C'rH lil. Lou1s1a
BOTTU M 12, 1'1AZ1El. 1i1.1.sxvoR'1'11
BOURIION, N1ARGUliRl'l'Ii LOU1s1z
BROWN, 11255111 1N1ARY
BUCK, 11'1ARlON F1.1NT
BURN1-IAA1, 12118112 1X"1AY
1'lURR1T'r, RU1,1Y MAY
BURT, E11111.Y Rosa
HURT. L11.1AN SARAH
BURw1c1.1., JUl.l1i'1"l'A 15l.lZAlll2'1'1'I
CARI'lCN'I'liR, JX1:N1as G1zoRt:1A
CARR, NANCY 1X'1ASON
CARR1C1c, RIQNA P1cAR1.
CARSON, l'i111A1A NIAY
CARTLANIJ, B1aRN1c1c R1AY
CARY, E1J1'1'1-1 LUCY
CHALMERS, ALFA 'I'AY1.oR
CHAPIN, 1'1ARRIlE'l' 1X'1l1.1JRIilJ
4419 Frzuikforcl Avenue, Philaclelphin, Pa.
35 Sumpter Street, Proviclenee, R. I.
W'illiz1n1 Street, Gouverneur,
16 Fuirlielrl Avenue, Holyoke,
33 Scott Street, Youngstown, Ohio
77 XfV:1ll Street, AlllStCl'L1H111,
6 Carver Street, Plymouth,
22 Lawn Avenue, Mitlclletoxvn,
420 Clinton Avenue, A1h:1ny,
John Street, llion,
51 G1'0Ye Street, TOl1ilXVItIlL12l,
S2 Clinton Street, fl'o11z11Y:111tlz1,
121111 Street, Windsor Locks,
The Tvanhoe, Garden Street, Allston,
303 North Division Street, Ann Arbor,
46 VVest Street, Rezuling,
217 L!UVl'L'l'ICC Street. Ilaverhill,
385 1'1Zll'llUlll Avenue, Briclgeport,
110 Lzlwrenee Street, New llnven,
55 Peek Street, Muskegon,
129 Main Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt.
3153 Frzinkforcl Avenue, Pl1il:1tlelpl1iz1, Pa.
20 1'11g1l1Fll1t1 Street, Dover, N. H.
South Glens Falls,
249 West 111th Street, New York,
33 West Street, Rutland, Vt.
Bztrrington, R. 1.
CHAPIN, HEI.EN 6 Carleton Street, Holyoke, Mass.
CHESERO, EDITH GICNEVIEVE Scotland, Conn.
CLAPP, CHARLOTTE Fairport, N. Y.
CLAPP, LHELEN MAY 20 Holton Street, Danvers, Mass.
COCHRAN, NIAUD ETI-IICL 23 Gates Street, Worcester, Mass.
COLIIY, RUTH Holly Oak, Del.
COLE, ARRIE IELIzAnET1I 8 Locke Street, Andover, Mass.
COLE, IXLICIE Lake Mahopac, N. Y.
COLLINS, LoR1cTTo FLORENCE 17 Massey Street, Watertown, N. Y.
Coorvrus, BIARY SANIJIIORD 12 Lincoln Street, Brunswick, Me.
CoRsA, NIARY IXGNES 12 Lincoln Avenue, Amherst, Mass.
CRAWFORD, FRANCES LOUISE 637 East 15th Street, Davenport, Iowa
CROCKER, LUCY FENDERSON Wareham, Mass,
DANIEI.soN, FLORENCE 1'IARRIS Danielson, Conn.
DAVIS, MARY FORD 97 Orchard Street, Franklin, N. H.
DAV'IS, SARAH WHITE Lapeer, Mich.
IVJEANE, BIURIICL iHARR1l5TT 2676 Main Street, Bridgeport, Conn.
DENNli'1'T, MILDRIQD Pascoag, R. I.
DEwINc:,' IQUNICE Brooklyn, N. Y.
DOANE, LILLIAN PORTER 458 North Main Street, Brockton, Mass.
Donm-3, BIARY Sound Beach, Conn.
EAMES, I'lliLl-IN TEIIIIETTS
EnwARns, FRANCES MOIQGAN
Ecc:LEs'roN, JEANNETTE LOUISE
ENGSTRAND, LILLIAN ANNETTE
ENK, FLORENCE FRANCES
SFAY, :HELEN ,AZUBA
FINCII, NIILIJRICD BUCKLICY
ITISRE, IWARTHA ISAIIEI.
FLINT, MAIIEL LOUISE
FREnERIcIcsoN, ELLEN JOSEIIHINE
FRI'rscI-I, EMILY SI11ELIns
GALE, PEARL Avis
GATES, HELEN MAY
GAYLORI1, BESSIE BLAKE
GAYLORD, LTI-ILEN BRITA
GELIJMACHER, SILVER I'iliNRIlE'1'TA
GREEN, ALICE LoU1sE
GREEN, VPIRNYK ELLSWORTH
LIALLIGAN, ALICE LYDIA
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28 Union Avenue, S0utlI Framingham,
149 Page Avenue, Kingston, Pa.
132 West Main Street, MeI'iden,
12 Oakwood Avenue, Orange,
100 East Haverhill Street, Lawrence.
4 Cliff Street, Somerville,
West Upton, Mass.
414 Winthrop Avenue, New Haven, Conn.
vVEll'Ch0l.lSC Point, Conn.
317 Oak Street, Columbus, Ohio
40 Spring Street, Amsterdam, N. Y.
802 Mulberry Street, Scranton, Pa.
87 College Street, South Hadley,
19 North Avenue, Worcester,
Dearborn Avenue, Helena,
l.'1ATCH, NINA ANGELINE
HAwIcs, CLARA BODMAN
PIEDGE, BIABEL LEA
I'lEWITT, ELI.A MAY
Pl0FFMIilER, EMILY LEAMAN
HosIfoRII, NIARION EMELINE
1i0Y'I', LIARION ALICE
HYIIE, BEss1E CHARLOTTE
IRWIN, PUELEN MARGUERITE
JAMES, MAIIEL QHINDE
JEIfEERs, ELSIE WYMAN
JEWETT, ALICE LOUISE
IQAGWIN, IsAIIEL MARY
IQELLY, lXIARGARET WINSTEIN
lfl'ILLEY, FLORENCE WINONA
lqlMHALL, ELSIE MAY
IQING, RTI-1121. MAY
KING, I'IEI.l-IN WINNEI-'RED
IKINGMAN, HELEN PORTER
IQINGSBURY, ELLEN HOWARD
TQNERINGER, LILLIE CLARKE
KNOX, GERTRUIJE EIRIERTON
LADIJ, FLORENCE BARTLIETT
IAXWRENCE, EIIITI-I l.V1ARY
LAWRENCE, JANE VVASHBURN
LovE, ROXANNA BOSTOCK
RIANK, l'llCLEN GARDNER
NIARKS, IYIAUIDE HELEN
lX'lARTlN, BERTHA EIIITH
RlAXFll3l.I7, LILLIAN BEATRICE
NIAYA DAS, DORA N101-IINIC
NlCCOLI.0M, BERNICE OLIVE
MCCOMIIS, ALICE CLAIRE
MCFARLANII, MAIQTHA LOUISE
MCINTYRE, ALICE CHARLOTTE
lNlEADlER, LAVINA CTIS
NIESICK, JENNIE LOUISE
180 U1llO11 Street, Springfield, Mass.
941 S Street, Northwest, WaSl11llgtOl1, D. C.
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12 Grove Street, Attleboro, Mass.
519 Potomac Avenue, Hagerstown, Md.
62 Hillnest Road, East Weymouth, Mass.
Main Street, Gouverneur, N. Y.
31 Clay Street, MaloIIe, N. Y.
39 SoutlI Street, Ware, Mass.
Manslield Center, C0l1l'l.
91 Franklin Avenue, ClIelsea, Mass.
Paul Avenue, Hudson, N. Y.
Beech Street Extension, Holyoke, Mass.
5823 Walnut Street, Pittsburg, Pa.
Maplewood Hall, Franklin, N. H.
' Bennington, N. H.
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West Farmington, Me.
55 Lincoln Street, South Ffillillllglllllll, Mass.
Greenville, N. H.
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11 Camp Street, Providence, R. I.
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239 Avon Street, Aurora, Ill.
6 Hastings Street, GreenHe1d, Mass.
56 Whitney Street, Hartford, Conn.
I 453 Appleton Street, Holyoke, Mass.
Ferozodore, Punjab, IIIdia
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Pleasant Avenue, Frankfort, N. Y.
41 Cook Street, Auburn, Me.
Dover, N. H.
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lVlILLER, ANNA IRENE un It ' , ,
MILLS, LUCILE A.
RIIXNER, REIIECCA LOCKE
139 Church Street, Bl'lllg'CllOl1, N. I.
1YlORSIC, JICNNIE ANvoI.Is'I"rIc 80 Emerson Street, Haverhill, Mass.
NIORSE, MARION VIQLMA 871 Warren Avenue, Brockton, Mass.
1Vl0SES,.1il.l.lCN JANI2 '1'ieonderoga, N. Y.
MIILLIN, 1'll2l,lCN 1WARlA 14 View Street, Franklin, N. 11.
NEALON, KA'rIII.IzI2N 1':l.1ZAl!l'iTl'I 51 Prince Street, Paterson, N. J.
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NIcwIcI.L, NIARTIIA 'l'AYI.OR 301 VVest 46th Street, New York, N. Y.
NIc:IIOI.s, 1iLIZAllli'l'l-I LOUISE 31 Livingston Street, New l-flaven. Conn.
NU'F'FlCli, HIQLIIN RLITII
OAlCliOlil1, lEI.IzAnIaT.II AlIEI.A1lllE
OI.ctO'I'T, JICNNIE LOUISE
f,RR, ,EIINA 1JlCART1I.
Ostsoon, LILLIAN 0lAY
PERKINS, 121.8112 NIILLICIENT
PETERS, V1li.N DlNt2l.15X'
PI-IILLIPS, NIARIA EL1ZAl5IE'I'II
PIERCE, IXLICIE 11'lATlLl1A
PIRIQ, RAt'IIIsI. 1'1I-ILLOWS
PORTER, E1,1ZABli'I'I-I CRANE
POTTIQR, I-IIQLIQN 11'1ARGARl'IT
POTTIQR, MARY GIZIISTIQIQ
RI:An, FLORENCE MATILIIA
ROIIIQRTS, Elflilli ALMIRA
ROCRWIQLL, l1lIcLIcN l2vIaLYN
ROWELL, DOROTHY CII.xsIa
RAYMOND, RLITI-I WARING
RUNNER, EI.I.IaN IELIZAIIRTII
RUNNIITTE, 1'1lELlCN VIRGINIA
RUNYON, ANNA LOUISE
SANFORD, IXDA CALISTA
SAYLES, RUTH LIQLANII
SAYWARIJ, NIARION ,ANNIE
S-cUnnI:R, NlARY 'ITIIIQRIQSA
SEARLE, CLARA EVIELYN
SEVERANCE, HARRIIZT BI5LIiNAI'
SHAPLIcItIII, 11'lARlON L0II1sIc
SMALL, MILDRIQD GOTT
SMITH, BEATRICIQ 11f1ARY
SMITH, BIEATRICIQ 1Y1ARY
SMITI-I, 11255112 NlCCl.URKIN
SMITII, HELI-:N MONTAGLIIQ
SMITH, LUCY WRIOIIT
Pittsllelcl, N. ll.
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141 1liglIlaIItl Street, Porteliester,
22 liramhall Street, Portland, Me,
90 Pleasant Street, Amherst,
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8 Greenleaf. Street, Bradford,
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16 Myrtle Street, lrlolyoke,
71 Pearl Street, Holyoke,
West Rutland, Vt.
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18 Myrtle Street, Malden,
STARKEV, ALICE GERTIIUDE
STEvENsON, FLORENCE 1fliNllAl.l.
STOCIQIIIIIUGE, FANNY C1-I1e1sT1ANA
STONE, 1'1ELEN LUTIIEIIA
STROUT, CHRISTINE NORTON
SWIFT, lET1I1sL GERTRUOE
TANDY, RUTH LAVINIA
TAYLOR, Lois EVELYN
WALKER, ALICE LOUISE
WAIIINO, IZTI-IEL fXMl!l.lER
WATERUUIIY, 1NlA1iliLI.1i GI.AllYS
WATTS, ALICE MAIQTHIK
WEAVER, VVINIFRED EMERSON
WHITE, ELOISE :HAMILTON
WHITMAN, RUTH LILLIAN
WILLIAMS, ALICE MAYNAIQII
WILLIAMS, LILLIAN ETIIEI.
Pratts Junction, Mass.
76 Main Street, Amherst, Mass.
Kingston, N. H.
50 Newton Street, Athol, Mass.
213 Riverbend Street, Athol, Mass,
47 McKnight Street, Springfield, Mass.
142 Elm Street, Worcester, Mass.
31 Leyfred Terrace, Springfield, Mass.
125 Grove Street, Stamford, Conn.
54 Prospect Street, Rockville, Conn.
McDonough, N. Y.
17 Northfield Street, Hinsdale, N. 1-1.
12 Dartmouth Street, Somerville, Mass.
55 Summer Street, Rockland, Me.
85 Washington Park, Newtonville, Mass
1036 Walnut Street, Newton Highlands, Mass
73 Maine Street, Hatfield, Mass.
'LAL . ..
MARIE CATHINKA BESSE
NIAIJGIC AI.CONIA BLISS
ANNIE IXLLEN BOVIE
BESSIE EMILY BRADFORD
CORA ELOISE BURNS
RACHEL ALTI-IINE CLARK
MARY HENDERSON COWLES
GRACE EMILY DAVIII
FLORENCE STELLA FORD
ETHEI. STEWART FRENCH
FLORA MAIQIA 1'IAI.E
Ol.IN'E LOUISE HORTON
REIIECCA HARNETT HUIIIIELI.
LII,A BALDWIN JENNINGS
GRACE CAPRON JOHNSON
MILDREID JICSSAMINIE JORDAN
MYRTLE XII-IYIS KILLIIARTRICK
EIJNA RACHEL NIATHER
ETIIEI. MAY MATTHEWS
FRANCES AGNES MCAVOY
NIARYIIEILIE LORELLA MCI? EET
ALICE .7N'IAR10N OLESON
BIARY ELSIE OSOOOD
MARY GERTRUIIE OSOOOD
FLORA NANCY PARKER
CHARLOTTE ALLING PHILIP
RUTH FRANCIS ROSSITER
EIIITII' ILIARUIIE SAWYER
CARRIE ESTELLE SMITH
IO:-IEIIHINE ISMILY SMITH
GRACE I'IARRlE'l' SIIOEI-'ORD
NIAUDE EFFIE SWANK
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r 60 THE LLAMARADA
Class of Nineteen Hundred
W M0'l'T02 Nm: nobis scd aliix
i COLOR: Crimson
FLOWER! Jacqllcmiuof Rosa
Iimuumu : l'vgusns
Jlzssna F. M,xc'1.Av
RVT11 HAZEI. FURIIER .
CAHOLYN Ll'l'C'0MIl Slew
K,x'r111cluNl-1 J. Aumcv .
NIARY PRESTON .
AIARY Gll.l,Esml2 . . . . . .
Amimc HOIDGSON NORTON .
kl.xm:,xulc'r Coma . .
VIVIAN B. SMALL
. . . Class l'Il'SI0l'ftlll
Clzuirluuzl nf Class Pl'ayvr-Mvvtiug Committee
Culvlain of Baskvllvull Tvam
THE LLAIVIARADA 61
sh T is hard to write our record so early in the course of our
if achievements, when we are just beginning to make a history
,Rr for ourselves. VVe really do not know much about each
J other, though as a whole we have so far exhibited three
main characteristics. XVQ are young, we are brave, we are 211J1J1'CCl2l'EiVC.
There are some who, perhaps, will call us green, fresh, and impudcntg
others who will not deign to call us anything at all. ,llefore these latter
we how in respect, even while we remind the former that they are not yet
themselves in the sere and yellow leaf. VVe glory in our youth. Confess,
you older ones, it would mean something to you to fall into the arms of
the Y. XV. C. A. at Holyoke for the first time, and to go the fascinating,
bewildering rounds of new acquaintances and receptions. You would not
be sorry to be one of the happy, shouting' mob that for the first time helps
to pull its new officers over the college campus. Even through the mist
of homesick tears present days look happy to us, and the future stretches
out very bright.
it is bright even when trials come and we must show our bravery.
tl ffieit unknown of Regents even
It took some bravery even to try ie h' 2 ' .,
more to weather the' storms of "freshmanitis" and homesickness, and
an immense amount to come alive through the trials of mid years. In
basketball. also, we dare to face the arrogant. Only the games can show
which is the better team. Wliiclievel' wins, we shall know that we
iate the worth of our opponents.
This' quality of appreciation, the last of our three characteristics, is
our devotion to "our Seniors,"
have fought bravely, and that we apprec
most strong within us. We show it in
62 THE LLAMARADA
in our lovc for our sister class, and in all the ways open to us. XVe have
not had many opportunities as yct to show what 'further capabilities we
have in that direction. In fact, almost all our powers are latent, and we
cannot prophesy what we may become. We can only hope that we shall
bear not unworthily the rose and the crimson handed clown to us by our
elder sisters of 1906. I
49' :STV 'hz N9
JXIKIEICV, KA'rIIII:RINE JICNNINCIS
AIIIIOTT, 1'1li1.lEN RAYMOND
ADKINS, ELIZABETH VICTOIIIA
ADKINS, MARION PAULINE
ALLEN, MARY LAMYRA
ALLEN, SARAH lENIIIctu1'1'
ALVORD, RUTH GILLETTE
ANDERSON, EDITH SPRAGUE
ARMSBY, N1ARGARET I
BAKER, HELEN CRAIG
BALLOU, MAIQION ALCOT1'
BAL'rIIAsAR, SARA RIIESICII
BARNEY, Annus NIARIE
BATTLES, MILIIREII BROAD!-IIIRST
BEAL, AL'r1-IEA LO1s
BOLLES, HAZEI. NIAY
BOLTON, AIIELAIIIE HELENA
BOOTH, JEANNETTE FRANCES
BOUGI-ITON, KATHERINE LYMAN
BRIGGS, NIABIEI. FOSSETT
BRISTOL, LUCY FREIIERICRE
BROWN, GRACE CLIRRIER
BUROEss, ALICE 1h'lIl.DRlElJ
CAMPIIELL, ALICE CARY
CARNEY, GLAIJYS NIAY
CHASE, NEl.l.1E ALTIIEA
CLARK, MARJOIQIE CASWELL
150 Avondale Avenue, Cleveland,
24 Howard Street, Reading,
41 Columbian Street, South Weymouth,
57 King Street, Northampton,
27 Hillside Avenue, Montclair,
176 North Main Street, WOOllSOC1CCt,
160 West Oley Street, Reading, Pa.
211 VVest Lovett Street, Charlotte,
428 North Main Street, Brockton,
2601 Sixth Avenue, Moline, 1ll.
72 Greenxvood Avenue, liast Orange, N. J.
423 East Fourth Street, Jamestown,
1723 West Norris Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
11 William Street, Ansonia,
101 Ascension Street, Passaic, N. I.
Glen Ridge, N. I.
28 South Street, Concord, N. l-1.
128 Walcott Street, Pawtucket, R. I.
Walpole, N. H.
16 Broad Street, Windsor,
605 North Main Street, Marshalltown, Iowa
836 Jefferson Avenue, Scranton, Pa.
517 Franklin Street, Waterloo, Iowa
416 1-lolgate Avenue, Defiance, Ohio
325 North Main Street, Brockton,
271 McDonough Street, Brooklyn,
CLARK, RACHEL ALTHINE
CLEAIENT, ELEANOR DOLE
CLU'r'I'ERIIUcIc, MAY BELL
COIIII, AIARJORY Ross
COLE, RLEANOR FORII
COAIsTocIc, ALZAIIA PECRIIAIII
CONRAII, LOUISE M.
COOK, HELEN AIJELIA
COOK, MARGARET OLIVIA
COOLEY, GRACE li.
CIJNNINOIIAAI, BERTIIA FOSTER
CUTLER, CLARA SANEORII
IJAME, ELIZAIIETI-I PAULINE
IJANA, 1VlARION BROCKWAY
DANIICLSON, INCATIIARINE KENYON
DAVIS, RUTH ALLEN
DEAN, LUCY lXflILES '
DOIIOE, NIARIA TIIERESA HURNHAM
DOIIOE, FRANcEs l-IOWARIJ
DOIRISHUN, PAUI.INE VAN CLEEF
lJYlER, RUTH ICLIZABETII
ERICSON, ISIINA A'lARY
FAIRIIANKS, ALICE '1'U'l"1'l.li
FARLICY, EMMA l3ETsY,
FARR, BLANCIIE MAIRTIIA
FAULICNER, 1JORO'l'1lY I.OUIsE
FlfL'l'Y, l'lAZlil. NIARGARET
FENTON, IDA BLANICI-IE
FERRELL, EI.sIE MAY
FOSTER, 1X'lARY WRIGHT'
FRASER, IRENE AOATIIA
FRlili'l'l'lY, VICI'l'0liIA MAliC2Ulilil'l'lE'
FRENCI-I, IETHI-:L STEWART
FRENeII, LoI.A FAY
FRONIC, GliR'l'RUlJli ROOT
1:Ul.l.liR, LUCY Iis'rER
FURlll'IR, RUTII l'lAZliL
GARIINER, GERTRUIIE lVlAY
GATES, Bl-IRYI. FRANCES
GAY, lXlARl0N L01'lllZI,lA
GENUNG, NANCY CURTISS
GIERE, MARX' IiLIzAIIETII 335
GILMAN, lXlARY AGNES
GLEASON, lYlARY AIIORN
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514 South High Street, Westchester, Pa.
2 Franklin Street, Watertown,
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6 North Main Street, Sharon,
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10 Grove Street, Oneonta,
Saxtons River, Vt.
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577 North Church StI'eet, Naugatuck,
11 XVavcrley Avenue. Newton,
3 Main Street, Greenheld,
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164 Cherry Street, Fall River,
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77 lluekingham Street, Springfield,
Maple Street, Mi1toII,
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28 High Street, Thoinaston,
117 Main Street, Waterloo,
North Fulton Avenue, Mount Vernon,
SenIiIIary Place, New Brunswick, N. I.
9 White AVCIIIIC. Wakefield,
GLINES, iHEI.EN PAULINE 25 Highland Avenue, Haverhill, Mass.
GRAHAM. IVA M. Schenevus, N. Y.
GRANT, EDITH ELIZABETH Hazardville, Conn.
GREEN, GERTRUDE SEELEY New Milford, Conn.
I-IALE, EDNA MAY 718 Federal Street, Troy, N. Y.
HALL, ANNIE GERTRUDE 7 Homestead Avenue, Worcester, Mass.
1'IALI.OWELI., JENNIE BURNETTE 37 Aborn Street, Peabody, Mass.
PIAMILTON, WINIFRED EDITH
HENDRIX, FLORENCE MAY
PIIGGINS, ALICE MARTIN
LIOPKINS, BIARGARET DEBORAH
HONEYWELL, LIANNAH ELIZABETH
HORSEIELD, MARION NIONEYPENNY
HOWARD, BERTHA JOSEPIIINI-I
PIUIIBELI., REBECCA BARNETT
I'IUI.BURD, AGNES D.
1'IUMPHREYS, GEORGE JEANNETTE
PIUTCHISON, MARGARET EMMA
I'1UTTON, HAZEI. LOUISE
TRISII, BERTHA FISHER
JOHNSON, GRACE CAI-RON
JONES, FLORENCE ISABEL
JONES, I'iELEN MARGARET
JONES, NIABEL H.
IQELLICY, FLORENCE LOUISE
ICETCHUM, ELEANOR ARMINGTON
Kino, DOROTHY RUTH
TQNIGHTLY, ELLEN AGNES
LADNER. BIARION COLLINS
LAMOND, CARRIE HUDSON
LAPORTE, LOUISE CELINA
LAWS, HELEN MOORS
LEACH, JOSEPHINE HENRIE1'TA
LEE, BESSIE IVIEREDITH
LEWIS, BIARGARET MCDOUCIALL
LOGII-:,'ELMA MAY ,
LOUTHAN, MARGARET M.
NIACLAY, JESSIE FLORENCE
NIALLARY, NIETA SCHAFF
NIANN, CLARA LOUISE
MARBLE, IUARION NELLIE
NIARTIN, EDITH CHAPIN
NTASSONNEAU, GRACE LEARNED
1212 South 51st Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
1626 Green Street, Harrisburg, Pa.
12 Henry Street, Utica, N. Y.
Keeseville, N. Y.
Walton, N. Y.
Goldsboro, N. C.
409 Union Street, Springlield, Mass.
85 Clark Street, New Haven, Conn.
Hyde Park, Vt.
Nineveh, N. Y.
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72 Clarkson Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
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909 East Street, Grinnell, Iowa
Wyoming, N. Y.
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Haworth, N. J.
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115 Princeton Street, Springheld, Mass.
60 Woodbine Street, Auburndale, Mass,
157 Brown Avenue, Holyoke, Mass.
Milford, N. H.
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4 Weymouth Street, Brunswick, Me.
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86 East Canfield Avenue, Detroit, Mich.
Waterloo, N. Y.
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12 East 19th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
NIAYBERRY, I'1lELEN WILMA
NICCORMICK, EILIEICN INIARIA
MCEWEN, JEANNE ELOISE
BICKPINZIE, ELIZABETH WOOORUFF
MCKERRIIIAN, PEARI. ldAllSAl.L
MCKINNEY, GRACE SHERMAN
BICINTYRE, ALICE C.
MELCHER, CHARLOTTE BOOIIY
NIERRICK, GERTRUIDE A.
NIORGAN, NINA WALMSLEY
IJITH ST JOHN
MORRIS, E .
MULLIN, IELIZABETI-I MARY
NIUNSEY, 1u1LIlREll RUBY
MURPHY, ETHEL 1'IILI.S
NASH, LUELLA MIEACIIABI
NEWELL, MARION RUTH
NELSON, EMMA MABEI.
NORTON, ABBY CARY
NORTON, ADlfZI.li l-IOOOSON
OLSON, BESSIE LUCRETIA
OSOOOD, EDITH HELEN
PACE, LUCY SIMONDS
PALMER, EOITI-I ST. CLAIR
PALMER, KATI-IERINE 1X1CDONAl.D
PEASE, ALICE PATTI
POND, SARAH ELIZABETH
PRATT, ANNIE LILA
PRATT, HELEN GAY
PRATT, LII.LAs CAROLYN
RAYMOND, ANNA ALMY
RICHARIJS, ESTHER LORING
RIDGEWAY, BEULAH H.
RISING, GRACE ETI-IEL
ROBBINS, FLORENCE LOUISE
RUST, HELEN MONRO
SANDERSON, NIILDRED LEONORA
SAWYER, EDITH HARDIE
SAYRE, ELIZAIIETH R.
SCI-IADEE, HELEN FLORENCE
SEELY, EVELYN ELIZAIIETII
SEwAI.L, CAROLYN TITCOMII
SHEPARD, ANNA '
8 Cumberland Street, Boston,
78 West Street, Hyde Park, Mass.
225 Chestnut Street, Holyoke, Mass.
Wellsville, N. Y.
Metuchen, N. J.
- 47 East Eighth Street, Portsmouth, Ohio
177 Retreat Avenue, Hartford, Conn.
21 South Pleasant Street, Randolph, Vt.
185 Maine Street, Brunswick, Me.
224 Elm Street, Holyoke, Mass.
16 Maple Avenue, Amherst, Mass.
227 Sigourney Street, Hartford, Conn.
483 Ferry Street, Newark, N. J.
View Street, Franklin, N. H.
29 Andrew Road, Swampscott, Mass.
318 Spring Street, Portland, Me.
596 Howard Avenue, New Haven
44 Pleasant Street, Amherst, Mass.
13 Washington Avenue, Holyoke, Mass.
33 GraIIt Street, Portland, Me.
731 Washington Street, Annisquam, Mass.
Nelson, N. H.
6 Byron Street, Bradford,
Hadley Street, South Hadley,
68 Woodland Avenue, New Rochelle,
189 Livingston Street, New Haven,
232 State Street, Rutland, Vt.
Walton, N. Y.
Meriden Avenue, Southington, Conn.
Cambridge, N. Y.
Highland, N. Y.
87 Pleasant Street, Wakefield,
Mount Pleasant Street, New Bedford,
478 South Street, Brooklyn,
441 Sumner Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
118 New Street, New Brunswick, N. J.
111 Lincoln Street, Waltham, Mass.
5 Seaview Avenue, Winthrop, Mass.
20 Avon Avenue, Newark, N. J.
87 Chestnut Street, Florence, Mass.
100 Park Avenue, Brockport, N. Y.
225 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y.
39 Garfield Street, Cambridge, Mass.
9 XVilliams Street, Salem, Mass.
SMALL, LIDA ISABEL 352 Cottage Street, South Portland, Me.
SMITH, FLORENCE NIAY 110 South East Avenue, Oak Park, Ill.
SNYDER, RUTH B. Walden, N. Y.
SPENCER, RUTH WILSON
S1-INK, MARY ELMIRA
STOWELL, CARO HOUCI-ITON
TAAPKEN, EMILY SOPI-IIE
TARR, HELEN MANNING
THOMSON, HARRIET ANNE
THORNTON, DONNA MARIE
TILLOTSON, BESSIE LEWIS
TYzzER, HELEN EDWARDS
VEGI-ITE, PHOEBE ELIZABETH
VOSBUROH, ISAIIELLA MARION
WADHAMS, LOUISE T.
WAIJSWORTH, MARTHA FILER
WALLER, HELEN DENHAM
WEBSTER, EI-'I-'IE MAXON
WEEKS, 1'iELEN F.
WELCH, NELSE LOUISE
WELD, MILDRED GARDNER
WELLES, ELEANOR M.
WELLES, MARGARET DIALAMA
WESTCOTT, ALICE RUTH
WHEELER, LAURA WINSLOW
WI-IITE, FLORA MAE
WILCOX, HAZEL ESTELLE
WILLIAMS, LOUISE SHERMAN
WITTER, MARJORIE E.
219 West First Street, Manslield, Ohio
Attica, N. Y.
Main Street, Stillwater, N. Y.
30 Schussler Road, Worcester,
233 Holland Street, West Somerville,
27 Elm Street, Gloucester, Mass.
Holland Patent, N. Y.
231 Norwood Avenue, Buffalo,
146 Quincy Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
1529 Center Street, Roslindale,
1105 25th Street, Watervliet,
321 South Grove Avenue, Oak Pa
39 Barber Street, Torrington, Conn.
Warehouse Point, Conn.
17 Greenvale Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y.
63 Cayuga Street, Seneca Falls, N. Y.
Sennett, N. Y.
621 West Onondaga Street, Syracuse, N. Y.
61 Gardner Street, West Roxbury,
43 Park Place, New Britain, Conn.
11 Green Street, Seneca Falls,
33 Lexington Avenue, Cambridge,
23 Osgood Street, Springfield,
133 Lenox Road, Brooklyn,
72 South Main Street, Homer,
8 Elmwood Avenue, Winchester,
80 Worcester Street, Bostong
68 THE LLAMARADA
The Alumnae Association of Mount
MRS. EDWIN A'l'WEl.l., Hamilton Park, New Brighton, New York
MRS. W1l,1.1.xM S'l'lCW.XR'l', 1390 yVashington Avenue, New York City
Miss XIIVIAN B. SMALL, Mount Holyoke College
Miss 1fl.o1ucNcia PURINGTON, Mount Holyoke College
Local Associations and Presidents
New Hcwvn .f'l.vsocinlio11
Mus. ISIHWARIP P. liUl.LARlJ, 320 Park Avenue. Bridgeport, Connecticut
Jlssodntion of the Nortl1tvz'sf
MRS. P. S. PICTICRSUN, Lincoln :incl Peterson Avenues, Chicago, Illinois
Miss l'llCl.lZN 1Xl1c'rc,u.lf, 15 Maple Street, Arlington, 1XlItSSZlCllllSCtlS
As.rm'1'atiru1 of lfV0rn'.rIz'r and l'1'c'i11ify
Miss Colm DURGIN, 20 Gardner Street, Worcester, Massachusetts
Mus. SVSAN TOLMAN lNllI.I.S, Mills College, Alznneclzl County, California
Miss RlARTllA A. J. CHAMHIQRMIN, I-lonolulu, Oahu, llzuvziiizni Islands
Mus. l'lARRllCT Lmvinancrz Wxmnm, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
.'1.9.f0L'l'tlfl0ll of N cw York
Mus. Jolly DoL'n1.As WAl,ToN, 117 West 58th Street, New York City
Mus. SIDNEY W. CLARK, 40 Willard Street, Hartford, Connecticut
THE LLAMARADA 69
Eastern New York Association
MRS. XVILLIAM Fox, 342 Hudson Avenue, Albany, New York
Franklin County, Massaelznsefts, Association
MRS. E. R. FISKE, 51 High Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts
Hampshire Connty, Massachusetts, Association
MRS. E. J. AI.DRICI-I, Hadley, Massachusetts
Central and Western New York Association
NIRS. H. W. CONKLIN, 41 Vick Park, Rochester, New York
Springfield, Massachusetts, Association
MRS. NV. A. SAWN, 42 Parkwood Street, Springhcld, Massachusetts
MRS. 1N'IARCliI.I.US BOWEN, Bible House, Constantinople, Turkey
New Hampshire Association
MRS. B. W. LOCKI-IART, 23 West Webster Street, Manchester, New Hampshire
Association of Washington and Vicinity
MRS. JULIA T. BOIJEISH, 58 B StI'eet, Northeast, Washington, District of Columbia
Southern California .flssocialion
MRS. CHRISTOPHER SANIIORN, Redlands, California
MISS LUCINDA T. 'GUII.IfoRIJ, 36 Knox Street, Cleveland, Ohio
MISS NPITTIE C. BURLEIGH, Vassalboro, Maine
MRS. RICHARD W. JOHNSON, 1659 Princeton Avenue, Saint Paul, Minnesota
MRS. ANNA DAME CONNOR, 103 Cass Street, Detroit, Michigan
Sontlt African Association
MISS .ABBIE P. FERGUSON, XVellington, South Africa
Waterbury, Connea'tiafnt, flssociation
AIRS. I. V. REED, 4 Frederick Street, Waterbury, Connecticut
Eastern Connecticut Association
MRS. ALFRED N. H. VAUGHN, 3 Rockwell Terrace, Norwich, Connecticut
MRS. I'IEl.TON PEDLEY, Macbashi, Japan
Berkshire County Association
MISS CORA HITT, Dalton, Massachusetts
Western Pennsylwnia, Eastern Ohio, and West V'I'l'gl.1l1'4! fissoeialion
MRS. WII.I.IAM CAROTHERS, 5 Brushton Avenue, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
70 THE LLANIARADA
-The Studen'ti League
An Honor System of the Student Body for Self Government
Founded In 1898 '
Officers for 1906-1907
IEUNA 0lUORli, 1907 ......... Pl'l'.Yl'llt'lIf
SUSAN Rlilill, 1907 ........ l'ir'v-l'rvs1'dv11t
FLORIQNFIC0lI'l'Lflll'Il.I,,l91l7. . . . Sl'L'l'1'llIl'j'
1'llaI.lcN NVA 11 1: I-IN, 1908 ...... . Tl'1'tI.S'1lJ'L'l'
Miss XIIVIAN B. SMALL
EIINA Momma, 1907 1VlAI!l-Il. 11. TURN!-211, 1908
SUSAN Rlililb, 1907 Llasul-1 S'I'liWAR'l', 1908
1XlARl0N QJSIXORNIC, 1909
Student Alumnae Building Committee
l'1AuRucT II. llliYWO0IJ, 1907. Clmirmuzz
PAULINIQ li. Rocmvxam.. 1907 M. DAISY Woons, 1903
1XlAlllil. B. TURNIQR, 1908 l"l.0RliNClE M. RlfAll, 1909
Green Room Committee
MAIHQL A. llAY1':s, 1907, Clzuirnmzz
-X EVA M. lfl.ATCHl7ORD, 1908
X . ' JIQNNIIC L. Ol.co'rT, 1909
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GRACE T,xYI.oR, 1907
DOROTHY W.fxl'.Dfm, 1908
EI.IZAlil2'I'1I Tllmsczs, 1907
RUTH SAYLIES, 1909
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To 813 Chapter
,I I.XRRIl'1'l' Role
Cl,,xl:.x IC. Doxxli-C,xRsoN
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RIANI 7l'l1R.xl,I, Sunil Qumm' Clhxxm IC. Dfmxllz-C.x1:soN
To fl!-,U Chapter
Mfxlu' XRXN D1x'ou'r
,S'm'1'vfr11'y and 'l'rvu.v111'c1'
:WARY JICNNICSS 'l'YN.x ll14:l.x1.xN RIARION ffl!!-Ill
8 RHHIG IOUSS 65
Young Women's Christian
1'IARRIIi'l'1XTAY ALLYN .... . Gviicrnl
NIABEL EASTON, 1907 .... . .
JESSIE DUIJLEY SIIACKFORIJ, 1908. . .P rec'-
NIABIELLE GLADYS WA'rERuURY,1909 . .
ETIIELINDAVIliLE1'1IClGINS, 1907. .
GRACE PIANNAH STOWIC, 1907, Imadur of Sludmzt Volulztcvr Band
CARRIE GERTRUIJIE 1-IURLIIUTT, 1907 PIELEN WILSON, 1907
DOROTHY STREETS, 1907 TQATHARINE ROGERS GREEN. 1907
MARY ELLEN ROOERS, 1907 MAREL BASCOM TURNER, 1908
ESTELLE GERARIP, 1908 ,
MISS .FLORENCE PURINGTUN MISS CORNELIA M. CLAPP
MISS CLARA F. STEVENS
MISS SARAH E. SMITH
MISS BERTHA E. BLAKELY
jmssnz S1-IACRFORIJ, 1908, CllUfI'7l1U71
Regular Membershlp Committee
EDNA HULL, 1907, Cllf1l.l'l71lI1I
M1KY DERIARIQST, 1907 AGNES ST1Q1'111aNS, 1908
JESSIIE Locum, 1907 I-l1c1.1zN CLAPP, 1909
ADA DANIliLSON, 1908 GERTRUIJIE KNOX, 1909
BIERTHA 1'10WLANlJ, 1908 NIARION OSIBOIQNIS, 1909
Alumnae Membership Committee
CATHARINIE 1-IAGAR, 1908, Cf1Ufl'1lIG1I
EMMA SNVANSON, 1907 11'1AR10N Lxawls, 1908
SARAH QQUIMISY, 1907 1'1EL1iN 11'1ANDlCI.L, 1908
ETHIQL CLARK, 1908 1iI.IZAlllETIi CJAKFORIJ, 1909
, RACHIQI. Domus, 1908, ClllI1'l'1!1U1l
PRrsc11.1.A I-11zAcocR, 1907 N1AR1ON Gums, 1908
FLORENCIQ T1NK1-IAM, 1907 BIESSIIE Nxswcomu, 1908
AL1z1sRTA R1'I"1'12NI'IOUS1i, 1907 Llasulc STENVART, 1908
FRANCES W1-111-14.12, 1907 ELIZAIIETII NICI1OI.S. 1909
Emru CONKLIN, 1908 l4'LoRI2Ncl2 R1E4Nll, 1909
I-IARRIET CR1cH1'oN, 1908 CHARI.oT'r1a XVOOIJS, 1909
RlcB1zRA1-i Woolf, 1909
Nlcr.1.uc S'r1zv1aNs, 1907, Clzair111a1z
ELLEN BUTTERICK, 1907 1'1EI.EN STEARNS, 1907
FLORENCE Dom., 1908
Faculty Membership Commlttee
Miss IIELEN YOUNG, Cf1tII.I'lI1Il1l
NIISS EMMA CARR M1ss 1'1AZliL 1'1UNTLliY
Miss GERTRUDE I-lvmz
1CARRlE HURLHUTT, 1907, Clmirnmn
ESTHER SHAW, 1907, C11Ul'1'1ll!I71f
Miss CLARA STEVENS 1-1ARRxlzT Ron, 1907
LENA Bowman, 1908 CARR11: SCIIEIRIER, 1907
EDNA MOORE, 1907, C1ltll'l'lIlUH
Miss CARoI.1NE B. GREENE SUSAN Rmzn, 1907
' PIARRIIET LOVE, 1907, Clltlfflllllll
CLARA CLEMENT, 1907 JESSIE TREFETIIEN, 1907
RIARGARET RICCLARY, 1907 GRACE TROW, 1907
ELIZABETH PORTER, 1909
RUTH PIERCE, 1907, Clzairrmm
RIIENA NVARRINER, 1907 AIARION WVILIJHR, 1908
LUCY SCOTT, 1907, C1za1'r111uu
SUSAN BURR, 1907 PEARL IQIMIJALL, 1908
RIINNIE ALLICN, 1908 RUBY BURRITT, 1909
FANNIE BIXLICR, 1908 JEANETTE EGCLESTON, 1909
C1-1RlsTlNE STROUT, 1909
DOROTHY STREETS, 1907, Cf1UI'I'Ulf11L
NIIRIAM TIIRALL, 1907, CIIIIIIWIIUH
ELTZARETII IIADDEN, 1907 AGNES T1-TOA11-sox, 1907
1f:L1Z.'UilE'I'1I IQENDALL, 1907 NIARGARET .KliI.I.Y, 1909
HELEN IIAZEN, 1908, Clmirnmn
EMILY TOPIIAM, 1907 ALICE COOK, 1908
ETIUCL WOOD, 1907 RUTH BAILEY, 1909
MARY GALT, 1908, Clzairmmz
TYNA I'IEI.MAN, 1908 KIARGUERITIE DONNALLY, 1909
1N'IARx' ROGERS, 1907, Cf1tll'I'llllHIf
Monthly Meeting Commlttee
IQATE ITIOLDEN, 1907, C1IUI'l'IlltIll
RUTH BUFFUM, 1907 IJORA INTAYA DAS, 1909
RUBY IIUTTON, 1908 LILLTAN Osuoon, 1909
Mlsslon Study Committee
DOROTHY WALDO, 1908, Cf1l1I'I'Hl0I1'
EDITH CALICF, 1907 RUTH TAx'LOR, 1908
:HELEN GARTSIDE, 1907 EMILY HOEEArE1ER, 1909
BIAUDE BACI-IMANN, 1908 LOUISE NIESICK, 1909
Llbrary and Statlstlcs Committee
ALICE JEWETT, 1908, Clzuirman
RACHEL Down, 1907 JEAN ITIAMMOND, 1908
IIIZLEN IQIELLIEY, 1908
TIELEN WILSON, 1907, ChaI'I-nzau
Systematic Glvlng Commlttee
GRACE TAYLOR, 1907, Clltlflhlllllll
SARAH ARNOLD, 1907
MARTHA BOWEN, 1907
CHRISTINE IWCEWEN, 1907
AGNES BUCK, 1908
M ABEL ALLEN, 1909
EMMA CARSON, 1909
T'TEl,lCN ROCKWELL, 1909
ALICE NVALKER, 1909
Speclal Subscrlptlons Commlttee
EDITH SMITH, 1907, Cllflffllltlll
ELLA :DRAPER, 1907
MADEL I'TAYES, 1907
GRACE XKVILBUR, 1907
ESTIIER CRAWYFORD, 1908
ELIEAIIETI-I GLEASON, 1908
MARGARET PALMER, 1908
MAIIEL JAMES, 1909
ALICE fJl.liSON, 1909
Membership Fees Commlttee
AVIS KNIliIl'1', 1908, Cllllffllldll
AVIS BAS'roN, 1908
LOUISE CARLTON, 1908
ELSIIZ IQELLY, 1908
CLARA SPRINGSTEED, 1908
PEARL VVOOIJWORTH, 1908
TVIIIJDRED DI2NNIE'PT, 1909
ELSIE JIEFFERS, 1909
TWARION SAYWARD, 1909
NTAIZEL TURNER, 1908, Clza1'rnmn
MAIQY SHIEPARD, 1908, Clurimmm
1WAB1iL MOON, 1908
IHARY STEER, 1908
VIOLA 1'TUI.l., 1909
TJUROTHY ROWELL, 1909
Press Reports Committee
ELIZABETH CONKLIN, 1908, ClzIIir1mm
EI.1ZAl1lE'l'l'1 BRIGGS, 1907
ALICE Nl3X'lES, 1907
RUTH NIARTY, 1908
BELLE GOIISHALK, 1908, Clllll'1'HIllI1f
LOUISE ITAINES, 1908
VIRA PIZTICRS, 1909
SARAH LYON, 1906, Clzairmau
C ollcgc Day
RUTI-I I'TANNA, 1906
ELINOR HULL, 1907
ELIZABETH NIORSE, 1907
MAE PHILLIPS, 1909
Silver Bay Fund
MARY SEWALL, 1906
TNIIRA BARDEN, 1906 I
DOROTHY FIRMAN, 1906
GRACE UI-HAM, 1907
T'IEI.EN WILSON, 1907
TVIARGARET ROGERS, 1906
ETIIEL JACKSON, 1906
PEARL WHITCOMD, 1907
ELIZABETH CONRLIN, 1908
RUTH '1'AYLOR, 1906
ICATHERINE CARPENTER, 1906
EDNA TWOORE, 1907
CARRIE SCHEIRER, 1907
ALICE STARKIEY, 1909
ESTELLE GERARIJ, 1908, Chairman
ELIZAIIETH MCKEE, 1907, Chairman
LAURA CARPENTER, 1907 MARION SKEELE, 1907
ANNA IIUFFORD, 1907 MARY CHASE, 1908
MARY MCNETT, 1907 MAIIEL GRAVES, 1908
I'1ELIZN WATTS, 1908
Lost and Found Committee
ELIZABETH VVHEELER, 1907, Cha1'rn1an '
RUTH OI.MS'fEAlJ, 1907 MARY NOYES, 1908
RUTH SMITH, 1907 LAURA WARD, 1908
CLARA STAFFORD, 1907 Mll.1lliIill FINCH, 1909
LILLIAN WILLIAMS, 1909
IHARGARIET KINGSBURY, 1907, Chairman
ESTI-IER SIIAW, 1907 MAltj0lilE SARIIENT, 1907
GRACE EASTERLY, 1908
ETHEI. RICE, 1908, Chairman
FRANCES BENNER, 1908 SARAH TEALL, 1908
FAITH BOLLES, 1908 EVELYN THOMPSON, 1908
NIARION PLACK, 1908 LILLIAN BURT, 1909
LUCY ROBERTS, 1908 FANNY STOCKBRIDGE, 1909
LILLIAN WILLIAMS, 1909
ICATHARINE GREEN, 1907, Chairman
SOUTH HADLEY COMMITTEE
CARRIE FARREN, 1907, Clzairman
Town Farm Committee
DAISY WOODS, 1908, Chairman
RUTH ANIPIQEWS, 1907 MAIQTHA FISKE, 1909
LUCY WICI-ITMAN, 1908 IQATHERINE BURNHAM, 1908
South Hadley Falls Mlsslon Study Classes
FLORENCE MORE, 1907 CLARA SPRINGSTEED, 1908
FLORENCE MITCHELL, 1907, Chairman
DOROTHY ADAMS, 1907 SUSIE FINLEY, 1908
NIARIAN BLAKE, 1907 JESSIE BROWN, 1909
LOUISE BROWN, 1907 EMILY FRITSCH, 1909
VIVA EDSON, 1907 I IVIAE PHILLIPS, 1909
Falls Woods Sunday School
LOUISE HOYLE, 1908, Chairman
RUTH WELLES, 1907 BERNICE CARTLAND, 1909
HELEN EVANS, 1908 ANNA RUNYON, 1909
GRACE CHURCH AND COFFEE HOUSE COMMITTEES
MAY DEMAREST, 1907, CILCIIDVIIIUTL
Grace Church Club
GAIL WOODCOCK, 1907, Chairman
IYIARY INIASSON, 1907 LUCY MALI.ARY, 1908
LUCY STOUGHTON, 1907 JESSIE TEALL, 1908
ELLA COPE, 1908 ELIZADETII COLE, 1909
CLARA SIEARLE, 1909
Happy Workers' Club
. PEARL WHITCOMB, 1907, Cll1IiI'Hlll7L
RIABEL NOBLE, 1907 MUIQIIEI. DEANE, 1909
FLORENCE EARLE, 1908 MARION SHAPLEIGH, 1909
Grace Church Chrlstlan Endeavor
ELIZAIIETH NIORSE, 1907, Clu1I'rImDI
EVA BLATCIIIfORD, 1908 MARION PIOSFORD, 1909
IXIARY VAN DIVORT, 1908 ALICE STARKEY, 1909
JOSEPHINE FREIIERICKSON, 1909 .
Coffee House Club
HARIQIET BOUTELLE, 1908, C1l01'1'lI1fI1l
FIELEN BENNETT, 1907 MARION PRATT, 1907
ELINOR HULL, 1907 EDITH CASSETT, 1909
LILLIAN IDOANE, 1909
EUNICE IDEWING, 1909, Clzfriruum
LILLIAN DAv1nsON, 1907 JULIIETTA BURWI-ZLL, 1909
AIARY HASKELL, 1908 EDITH CARY, 1909
ETIIEL COCHRAN, 1909
SARAH LEEDS, 1908, Chairman
PIELEN DUNLAI1, 1908 IAIIIELAIDE BANTA, 1909
HOLYOKE Y. W. C. A. COMMITTEES
ALICE COOK, 1908, C1mI'rman
SYLVINA NOIQTON, 1908, Clmirnzrm
ELIZABETH OTT, 1907 RUTH GOODNOW, 1908
ALICE COOK, 1908 MAHlEL PTASKELL, 1908
BESSIE FELL, 1908 HELEN WARRIEN, 1908
Golden Rule Club
MARION OBER, 1908, Cl1flll'l'll14lllf
FANNIE STEELE, 1908 ANNA IVIILLER, 1909
Wlde Awake Club
BERTHA l'lEALY, 1907, Clzzrirmam
EDITH BRIGGS, 1908 LOUISE WALTON, 1908
MILDRIED JORDAN, 1909
ADELINE STONE, 1908, Cl1llfl'lllllll
MARION BUCK, 1909
Student Volunteer Band
GRACE HANNAII STOwE,1907
E. Ol.IX'E DU'l'Cl'IIiR
JULIA SANFORD .ADAMS1907
CLARA E. DOANE-CARSON, 1907
NIAY BALDWIN DEBIIXRI'IST,19O7
ELLA JANE :DRAI'1ER,1907
NIAUIEI. EASTON, 1907
ICATIIARINE ROGERS GREEN, 1907
CIIARLU'l'TlE ELINOR HULL, 1907
RUTII IqNOWI.l5S SMITI-1, 1907
GRACE DIXYTON U1'IIIXZVf,1907
E'l'I'IEl'. CYNTIIIA AfVO0D,1907
.ALICE HARRIET COOK,1908
I'II'ILEN BRADFORD HIXZIiN,19O8
.ALMIRA F. I'IOI.MIiS,1908
ALICE LOUISE JEVVIETT,1908
PEARL ETIIEL ICIMl!ALI.,1908
AIARY WARREN SHEPARD,1908
AGNES ANNIE STEI'IrENs, 1908
LAURA IJWIGIIT WARD, 1908
JICSSIE LILLIAN WILLIS, 1908
NIAIt'1'I'l'A DAISY VVOODS1908
RUTH LELANII SAYLES, 1909
HEI.I2N LUTI-IERA STONE, 1909
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The Mou nt Holyoke
FLORENCE LOUISE TINKIIAM, 1907
LOUISE BIQRTHOUD HOYLE,1908
Assistant Business Manager
GIQRTRUDIQ EDGERTON KNOX, 1909
ELIZAIIIQTII HAYD1EN BRIGGS, 1907 ESTIIER ELIZAIIETII SHAW,1907
ELINOR 1'IULL,1907 DORA DIQERING ORR, 1908
MARY EDITH JENNESS, 1908 MARICJN 1-IAZEL LEWIS, 1908
Assistant Business Managers
FLORENCE KATI-IERINE DOLL
MARY WALLACE GALT
. Art Editor
ALICE HARRIET COOK
Assistant Art Editor
MAIQY CHARLOTTE MONROIE
ELSIE BROWN MARICDN HYNZEI. LEWIS
EUNICIE BURTON DORA DIEIEIQING ORR
HELEN EVANS I'1ELEN FARRAR VVARREN
84 'l'HE LLAMARADA
Mount Holyoke Chapter
College Settlements Association
GliAC1iUl'IIABI . ....... csidcnf
Miss .ll1cI.1cN C.xlvv , . Ifurulty l"1'fc-P1'c'.vfdvut
PEARL NVH1'1'c:oMl: . .S'vazz'u1'l""1'cc-Prwsiflvut
NIARION Cblllili . . Junior If'icc-Prvsidvut
BIARY CORSA. . .S'0f7fl0IIl0l'CI"'1'CC-1ll'CSlll1'Ill
IXDISLE NOIi'I'l1N . . 1:l't'SflIlIllll Vicc-Prcsz'dv11t
BIARY COOKIES . . SccrvIa1'y-Treasurer
1XIARcsAR1s'1' liVl5R'l'S . . . Librarian
Committee for Work In Holyoke
NIARGLYIHRITE LE1-1, 1907, Clzairuzan
Committee for Isabella Club
SARAH QL7lAlllX', 1907, Clzairillmz
0l.XRY S1f1iI.1voN, 1907 KA'l'llARlNIi HURNHA M, 1903
LAURA C.XR1'liN'l'l'Zli, 1907 RUTH I1Au.lcv, 1909
RUTH W1u'rMAN, 1909
Commlttee for Sewlng Class
DORA ORR, 1908, Clzairumn
MAY D1zMAR1zs'r, 1907 RUT11 TAYLOR, 1908
MARY STEER, 1908 NIARY Cocmns, 1909
F1.oR1zNc1z REA11, 1909
Commlttee for Wednesday Evenlng Soclal Club
NLXRGARET EVENTS, 1908, Cl1a1'r1lmu
En1T1-I CALIEF, 1907 1'l1c1.1cN Mo'r'r, 1908
MARY CoRsA, 1909
Committee for Travel Study Class
CATHARINE IXIEISTIER, 1907, Clm1'rn1an
RUTH 1X1AR'l'Y, 1908
Committee for Choral Club
CLARA CARSON, 1907, Cllfllllllflll
EDNA IWCPHERSON, 1907 A'1lLlJRliID XlV1lliELOCK, 1907
Committee for Dramatic Club
TYNA I'Il3l.MAN, 1908, Clzuirlmm
1WABEL HAYES, 1907 AIARION H. Llcwls. 1908
I-I1:1.1sN EVANS, 1908 RUT11 Co1.uY, 1909
Committee for Gymnastics Class
NIARV CHASE, 1908, Chairman
RACHEL DOIJCIE, 1908 BIARY 1--lAsRlcl.1., 1908
Y. W. C. A.
Committee for Sewing Class
RUTH SMITH, 1907, Clmirmazz
RAC11151. Down, 1907 LIE!-11.115 STIEW.-XR'l', 1908
ETHEL Woon, 1907 Lu.1AN BURT, 1909
SARAH DAVIS, 1909
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3' , 8 Substltutes
ig LEILA WIIITTEMORE, 1907 HELEN RUNNETTE, 1909
li AGNES CARPENTER, 1909 ETHEL SWIFT, 1909
Lois TAYLOR, 1909
Leaders of College Extension Classes In the
1? Holyoke Y. W. C. A.
il English Literature
French . . .
German . .
, Arithmetic .
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' Plano for Gymnastics Classes . .
CARRIE FARREN, 1907
ANNA HUFFORD, 1907
GRACE WILIIUR, 1907
MARY JENNESS, 1908
PRISCILLA Bocx, 1908
VIVA EDSON, 1907
AGNES THOMPSON, 1907
LEITA SMITH, 1907
ADA FOSTER, 1908
LENA BOWKER, 1908
LUCY ROBERTS, 1908
JESSIE WILLIS, 1908
MARION WILDER, 1908
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An Honorary Organization for Members of the French Department A
LILIAN MAY OSGOOD,1909 ....... President
ESTHERMARYSEARS,1907. . . .Vice-President
ELIZABETH EMILY OTT, 1907 . . . Secretary-Treasurer
MABEL ANNA I'lAYES, 1907
JULIA EVELYN IWORGAN, 1907 AGNES MAY THOMPSON, 1907
CARRIE GERTRUDEHURLBUTT,1907 .... President
LESLIE BUSSIERE STEWART, 1908 .... VIICC-Pl'CS1:dC1lf
SYLVINACI-IAPMANNoRToN,1908. . Secretur'y-Treasurer
Blologlcal Club Press Club
History Club Philosophy Club
S 0 c I a I C I u b s
BAKED BEAN CLUB , IWOSQUITO CLUB
CUSIIING CLUB NEWTON CLUB
DIXIE CLUB NIPAIUCIC CLUB
FRANKLIN COUNTY CLUB OHIO CLUB
GRANITE STATE CLUB PINE TREE STATE CLUB
GREEN NIOUNTAIN CLUB SI-RINGEIELB CLUB
ITIARTFORD CLUB VPIRAIONT CLUB
PIOLYOKE CLUB WE WESTERNERS
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ELIZABETH BALDWIN DEMAREST, Ex-Critic
Asslduous Rushers Dlsapproved
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Sigma Theta Chi
ADA LAURA SNELL
BESSIE VVINIFRED FISHERX
EMILY TARIIELL GODING
PRISCILLA WALKER HEACOCK
KATHLEEN BROOKS HURD1'
ELIZABETH CURTIS KENDALL
FLORENCE FRANCES HAYNESW BESSIE LOUISE NEWCOMB
ALICE AYR NOYES
MfXRY HATCH CHASE HELEN ELIZABETH MANIJELL
HELEN EVANS DORA DEERING ORR
LOUISE BERTI-IOUD HOYLE JOSEPHINE WILLEKEY
HIELEN LORING BARNES HELEN EVELYN ROCKWELL
SARAH WIIITE DAVIS :HELEN VIRGINIA RUNNETTE
VERNA ELLSWORTH GREEN RUTH LELAND SAYLESW'
MARIAN ALICE :HOYT
TDied August 6, 1906
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HARRIET HOI.BIAN Hlzvwoon
X7IRGINIA BELLE GODSIIALK
CATIIARINE OLIVE HJKG.-XR
IQACIIIEI. ANNE BAKER
TMrs. Philip Munson Judd
CIIARLUTTE ELINOR :HULL
EDNA CROSBY NTOORE
FLORA DRAPIER T REAT1'
FERN CLARE WIIEEr.ER1'-i-
FLORENCE ROWENA IQEIENEW
MARION HAZEL IJEXYIS
MARGARET HINSDII.Y. PALMER
NIABEL BASCQM TURNER
HELEN BRITA GAYLORD
ELLEN ELIZABETH RUNNER
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MINRY GILMORE VVILLIAMS
LILLA FRANCES MORSE HARRIET MAY ALLYN
DOROTIIY STOCKBRIDGE ADAMS CHRISTINE MIRIAM MCEWEN
ELIZADETII MORGAN HADDEN MARGARET LUCILLE THOMPSON
CARRIE GERTRUDE HURI.BUTT FLORENCE LOUISE TINKIIAM
HELEN KNOX MACPIIERSON LOU LUCILLE WHEELER
ELIZABETH FRENCH WHEELER
AVIS BASTON A JEAN ISAIIEL HAMMOND
ETTA GRACE BEAT. AVIS IQNIGHT
RACHEL IXLICE DODGE ' FANNIE STEELE
RTJTI-I LOIS GOODNOW HE1QIEN FARRAR WARREN
MARJORIE ALICE WHEELER
INIARGUERITIE LOUISE BOURDON MAE ELIZADETII PHILLIPS
ELIZAEETI-I ILXDELAIDE OAKEORD LILIAN ETI-IEL WILLIAMS
104 THE LLAMARADA
NIILDRIED DIQLIOIIT GU'1"I'ERSON
S.LxR.,xIr Klilzslc ARNOLD IXLMIRA FAY LEAVIT'1':k
ESTHIER A'TARGARI'I'l' 1"OxcRO1f'r Mfxkczfxklvr CONVERSE NICCLARY
HEL1-:N RIENWICK GLIENN: S,xR.'x1I ANNETTIE QUINIBY
BIARION Bluzwswl-:R Grlms IA3l':k'1'1I.x DANIIQLSON PIOWLAND
FRANCES Rmuzccx XV1l1'1'Nl2Y
HIELEN MAY CLAP1' RlEBIECC:X LOCKE MIXNIQR
EMILY SHAMAN HOIfLfM1c1liR LILIAN MM' OSGOOD
G1aR'rRUn1c Em:lcR'rON KNOX Vum IDINGLEY Plmzks
CLARA EVIQLYN SEARLE
08 THE LLAMARADA
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HELIQN 1f.0xUs'r1N,x Swlam'
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Amana El.IZ.XI!li'1'II LIoL1c
JANE XV.xSul:U1xN 1'.,xwR1aNC
LENA RUTH FORDYCEJ'
RIARY ESTIIER T1r.LM,xN2'f
EDITH Ev151z'roN XVASHBURN
GRACE IJANIERON LIPHAM
I'IARRIIi'l' GRACE CR1Cm'oN
E'l'l'1IiI. Is.x1115I. RICE
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ANN.-X LOUISE RUNYON
THE LLAMARADA 111
Phl Beta Kappa
FOUNDED AT WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE, DECEMBER 5,1776
Official Roll of Chapters i
Alpha of Virginia William anal Mary College 1775
Alpha of Connecticut Yale University 1730
Alpha of Massachusetts 'Ilarvard University 1731
Alpha of New Hampshire llartinoutlm College 1737
Alpha of New York , Union College 1317
Alpha of Maine llowtloin College 1825
Alpha of Rhode Island llrown University 1330
Beta of Connecticut . Trinity College 1345
Gamma of Connecticut Wesleyan University 1345
Alpha of Ohio VVestern Reserve University 1347
Alpha of Vermont University of Vermont 1343
Beta of Massachusetts Amherst College 1353
Beta of New York University of City of New York 1858
Beta of Ohio Kenyon College 1353
Gamma of Ohio Marietta College 1350
Gamma of Massachusetts Williams College 1354
Beta of Vermont Mitltllelniry College 1867
Gamma of New York College City of New York 1867
Delta of New York Columbia Lniversity 1869
Alpha of New Jersey Rutgers College 1359
Epsilon of New York llaniilton College 1870
Zeta of New York llohart College 1871
Eta of New York Colgate University 1878
Theta of New York Cornell University 1881
Alpha of Penns lvania Dickinson College 1886
Beta of Pennsyllvania Lehigh Universtty 1886
Iota of New York Rochester University 1886
Alpha of Indiana llc 1'anw University 1889
Alpha of Kansas University of Kansas 1889
Gamma of Pennsylvania Lafayette College 1889
Alpha of Illinois Northwestern Lniversity 1889
Alpha of Minnesota University of Minnesota 1892
Delta of Pennsylvania University of 1'ennsylvania 1892
Delta of Massachusetts 'l'nfts College 1892
Beta of Maine Colby College 1895
Alpha of Iowa University of Iowa - 1895
Alpha of Maryland lohns llopkins University 1895
Alpha of Nebraska l.,'niversity ofINebraska 1895
Epsilon of Pennsylvania Swarthmore College 1895
Kappa of New York Syracuse University 1895
Epsilon of Massachusetts Boston University I 1898
Alpha of California University of California 1898
Beta of Illinois University of Chicago 1898
Delta of Ohio Cincinnati University 1898
Zeta of Penns lvania llaverforcl College 1898
Beta of New jiiersey Princeton University I 1898
Lambda of New York St. Lawrence University 1898
Mu of New York Vassar College 1898
Beta of Indiana NVabashI Colle1ieI I 1393
Alpha of Wisconsin University of Viseonsni 1393
Eta of Pennsylvania .Xllegheny College I 1901
Alpha of Missouri UniversitIy of Missouri 1901
Alpha of Tennessee Vantlerbi t University 1901
Zeta of Massachusetts Smith College 1904
Eta of Massachusetts 1Vellesley College 1904
Theta of Massachusetts Mount Holyoke College I I 1904
Beta of California Leland Stanford, jr., I inversity 1904
Alpha of North Carolina University of North Carolina 1904
Alpha of Texas University of lIexas 1904
Alpha of Colorado University of Coloratlo 1904
Beta of Colorado Colorado CollegeI 1904
Epsilon of Ohio University of Ohio I 1904
Beta of Maryland 1Vornan's College of lialtinmre 1904
112 THE LLAMARADA
Phi Beta Kappa
Theta Chapter of Massachusetts
CHARTERED SEPTEMBER 7,1904 ORGANIZED JANUARY 30,1905
INSTALLED FEBRUARY 24,1905
Members in the Board of Trustees
REV. JBUDSON SMITII, D.D.:': REV. JOIIN L. R. TRASIQ, M.A., D.D.
CIIAREES A. YOUNG, PlI.D., LL.D. CIIIXRLIES E. GARMAN, M.A., D.D.'i'
EDVVARD IHITCIICOCK, M.A., M.D., LL.D. '
Members in the Faculty
MARY IQAIAIA NVOOEEEY, M.A., Litt.D., L.H.D.
CORNELIA AIARI.-X CEARII, I'h.D. AIIIQNON 'l'AI.nO'I', l11.D.
ELLEN BLISS TAI.I:O'r, l"h.D. CI1RIS'l'IAN.'X l3USBIili, ILA.
AMY HEWES, I'lI.D. IEIJNA LOUISE FERRY, B.A.
IlCI.I.EN CLARINIIA .HINsImAI.E, l'lI.D. I'I.XRRlIi'l"l' AIAA' AI.I.YN, B.A.
TIIELEN ELISAIIETII PIOAG, ILA. SIXMUICI. PERIQINN PIAYIES, PILD.
Members in the Class of 1906
QTRACIC F. .IEARRER EIVIMA L. PIERCE
MAREI. RUTII FIQRNALD IELSIE A. PIPER
YRACIIIEL ATARIAN JARROI.IJ ALICE M. ROWELI.
ATAE LE X7l2N1E FLORENCE G. SMART
SARAII S. LYON IQUTII M. STAUIPEER
CIIARLOTTE ll. NORTON 1'TEl.IiN VVATSON
ANNA H. Pl5'I"1'I'IIC . MADALEINE A. VVIIITE
Members in the Class of 1907
ANNA OERTEI, CLARA STAFFORD
SUSAN IQHICU A NliI.I.IE STEVENS
MARY EMMA VVOOI.1.EY, M.A., T.itt.D.. L.H.D., Presidwzt
IEI.I.EN CLARINDA HINSDALE, PhD., VI'cc-Prcsidcfzt
IXTIGNIJN TAI,I:O'I', PIID., Secretary and T1'cas1I1'er
Timm TITnu so, 1906 mica l"L'bl'll!ll'y Q, 1907
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1 The Athletic Association
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Leader of Tennis
Lucy SCHII 1007
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HELEN WARREN .
HELEN Mo'r'1' .
NIAHEL H1XSKEI.l. .
MARION LEWIS .
I'IELEN NIANDELL . .
.AVIS BASTON, Captain A.
ILIELEN EVANS .
. Riglzi Guard
. Left Guard
. I Il fcrfcrvr
. . Cclzlcr
. . Goal
118 THE LLAMARADA
Sophomore Basketball Team
MARION OSIIOIINE .
DoRo'rIIY FLOWERS .
RUTII BAILEY, Captain
RUTII WVIIITMAN .
AGNES CAuI'ENTE1z 1
EDITH CAssE'r'1' j
. Left Guard
. Right Guard
. . Goal
THE LLAMARADA 119
Freshman Basketball Team
RUTH A1.voRn .
Army NORTON .
GRACE IWASSONNEAU .
K.fvr11ER1N1-: AISISEY .
KXLZADA CoMsToc1i ,
LILLAS PR1x'r'r . .
NIARGARET Coon, Captain
. . Goal
. Left Guard
. Right Guard
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RUTH li111f1'11111 1907 OI.IN'R WA1.1.Ac'1c
KA1'llARlNE CLRIUEN 1907 H1c1.1cN WARIQEN
ETIIRL Huzcsms 1907 l"11AN1'r1s W111'1'N111'
E1.1zA1111'r11 KaN11A1.1. 1907 11155111 l'l1u1wN
FRIIHJA RAND H107 li1:111'11A H!lXX'l.ANlJ
E1.1zA11u1'11 fgl.EASON IQOS HELEN Klil.LEX'
Sv1.v1NA Nok'roN 1908
Do1m'1'11v ADAMS IQO7 f-LAIL Wo11111'1x'1c
l"L0llllNl'lI lVll'l'Clllll.L 1907 jxzssui S11AL'1c11u1u1
MAB P111L1.11's IQDQ
Muvrm BAc11111AN 1908 Mzuw Novus
ELIZAIIICTH C1.A1'1'1I111'nN 1008 4 DmmT11v F1.0w1111s
H1:1.nN luw1N 1909
122 THE LLAMARADA
I'IllYLl5, 19:18 l.mn'wr l.11.1.lAx lJoAN1a, 1908
LEITA SMIT11 19:17 L111v1s1c WAl.'I'llN
MAIQX' ML'Nn'r'r 19117 G1m1'1z1mrc KNox
141111511 Hm'1.1: 1qo8 R1u11cc'cA BIIXNER
Ru'1'11 G1llYllIiIL'll 11107 E1.1Nm1 HULL
H1u,11N EVANS 11708
MII.lDIiIilJ HA1.s1cv IQO7 Dr11zA 01m
Second Ma ndolln
CLARA C1.11M1zN'1' IQO7
MAY S'rA1'1fo1m 1qo5 Hlil,lfN GAu1's11m1z
E1.1zA1x1Q'r11 K1sNvuN IQO7
THE LLAMARADA 123
ll Mandolin Club
AlAlillUlElll'l'lE lllili. 1907 l.1'm!Q'r lllil.liN XVu.sux, may ,-lrmmfuufllvl
RlARlil'lEliI'l'lE l.xcn ' nqoy Cldxxm S'I'AIfI7llllll may
Alfxnm, Nonua I-107 l1ll.I.lAN S'I'liIU.INli 1907
lllsl.lcN MANUIQLI. 14,113
lllcucs Swxcxaw may lllcmzx llAl'I.ultlr mug
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RIlliNA XVARIQINIZR 11,07
THE LLAMARADA 25
Prospect Hill, May 31,1906
MAY DAY DANCES
DOROI' II Y S'I'R121z'rs
LULU URUWIQR '
C.v1'I I,xRIN1s HIxc:,xR
The May Pole
I 'lawn VVo0nwoR'I'II
BIARY C1 IIxS1s
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R I' .x RY fXl!HO'1'T
The Dance of Spring
NIAIDA XV 1isT
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The Dance of Summer
Ben, Greet Woodland Players
"Comedy of Errors"
SOLINUS, Duke of'Epl1cSuS.
1-LEGliQEI, a Merchant . . .
AN'1'1P11OI.Us of Svracusc .
fXNTII"IIOI.US of Eiphcsus twm lwothers
D11OM1Oof Ephesus . . .
DROMIO of Syracuse .
B.xr.'1'IIAz1xR, a Merchant .
ANGEI.O, 21 Goldsmith .
Lucia . .
F RITZ LEIDIQR
1 FRANK AICENTIEE
T. Susan CRMvr.1cv
G. BRIENGLE HfXRli
Ben Greet Woodland Players
ALONZO, King of Naples .
SEI4.xsTI.xN, his brother . . .
PROSPERO, the rightful Duke of Milan
ANTONIO, his brother, the usurping Duke .
. RUSSELL TIIORNDIKE
F ERDINAND, son to the King of Naples . D.xI.I.As ANDERSON
GONZALO, an honest old Counsellor .
CALIEAN, a savage and deformed slave .
TRINCULO, a Jester ....
STEPHRNO, a drunken Butler .
RIIRANDA, daughter to Prospero
fXRIlEL, an airy Spirit . . .
CERE5 presented by Spirits .
DANCES by DORTE.X D
QC. BRENGLIE HARE
Q HUllliR'f OsIIORNE
T. SAYER CRAWLIEY
. SYDNEY GRIEENSTREET
THE LLAMARADA 129
"Education,we are often told, is a
drawing out of the faculties"
Presented by the Faculty, ln the Gymnasium
May 9, 1906
I. Turf Tw1L1c:1R1'r HOUR
II. Tuls G1s1oSTs AND Tllli Gllil.
An Agony in Two Fyttcs
UVitl1 .Xpologics to the llarvzlrd I.nmpnul1J
Miss Br.U1f1f11z CUTTER . . A Girl
RooMM.fxT12 . . . . . Proctor
FYTTE THE FIRST . . . Hades-on-the-Styx
FYTTIS Tllli Slacoxo .... . Room in Ilrigefeller Hall
III. GENER.-xr, CULTURIE, CoURs1z I.
"Turn About is Fair Play"
IV. MRS. PIQTIERKIAN PUT5 SALT IN HER Cow-'lilz
MRS. P12T1zR1uN ELIZAISIETII El.1z.x
TI'Il3 CIIEMIST THE CDLD H1sRl: WoxmN
AGAMEMNON SOLOMON JOHN
THE L1TTr.1f Bovs THE L.xm' 1fRox1 P1-I1r.A1JlzI.P111.x
V. KINDER SYMPIIONIE . Haydn
130 THE LLAMARADA
" uch Ado bout othing"
Presented by the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Slx
Gymnasium, June 19, 1906
DON PEDRO, Prince of Arragon .
DON JUAN, his bastard brother .
CI..xL'mo, a young' lord of Florence .
UICNEDICK, a young' lord of Padua
LICONATO, Governor of Messina .
fXNTONIO, his brother . . .
l!Ai.'ruAzAR, attendant on Don Pedro .
1 . Y
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FRIAR FRANC1s . . .
DoGRERRY E two City Officers
SEXCOM' 1 watchmen .
A SINUER .
A Box' ....
HERO, daughter to Leonato
BEATRICE, niece to Leonato . . .
5 gentlewoinen attending on Hero
MAE LE X7liNli
f LILLA CLEMIENT
il ETIIEL SMITH
f Lo'r'r1E Thsuor
5 SARA NIARTY
Rf VERA TIMM
5 1 CATHERINE BURDICR
"The Lady of Lyons"
Presented by the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Seven
Gymnasium, May 1, 1906
CI.,xUmz M1s1.No'r'r1c . . . . .
COLONEI. D.xM.xs .
l1hsixUs1z1xN'r . .
GLAVIS . .
LA N unoun . .
G.ax5P,xR . .
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M,xn.xx11z DliSCIl.X1'l'l-Il.I.l'IS .
NVIDOVV lX'Ilil.NO'l"l'lC .
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THE LLAMARADA 133
"Pride and Prejudice"
Presented by the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Eight
Gymnasium, May 15, 1906
Glven through the kindness of the Zeta Alpha Society
MR. l'3lENNlC'1'T .
MR. CIARDINER .
T111-1 GARDIQNIQR .
M Rs. IPBRNNI-:'I"r .
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of Wellesley College
MARY the UCITIICUZ Cl21l1gl1tCI'S .
A4185 l3INc:I.Izv .
MRS. I'IURF-T .
MRS. GAROINRR .
RLXRY VAN DIVORT
f FAITII BOLLIES
l JESSIE TIQAI.
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DEUTSCHES THEATER-Mount Holyoke College, Den l5ten December, 1906
Lustsplel von Theodor Kiirner
Tobias Schwalhe fNHCWltNViWC11tCTD .I CLAUDIA POTTER
Riischcn, seine Muhmc . . EMILY TOPIIAM
Karl Zeisig gtudcntcu -W DOIIOTIIY' WALDO
Ernst WaclItcl ' W. NITLDRED SMALL
Biirgcrmeister . . . . AIARY SI-IEPARD
Erster Nachbar . . GRACE NIASSONNIEAU
Zweiter Nachbar . JOSIEPIIINE FREDERICKSON
Erste Nachbarin . . HELEN GAYLORD
Zweite Nacllbarin . . ALICE GREEN
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Ein Slngsplel aus dem Schwarzwald
Frau Hollc . . . . CLARA CARSON
Almcrlc Sprccwiilclerin . . ETIIEL HICQCIINS
Fanucrlc H houmlcr. m 5El.IZ.XBIiTH CLIXPPIERTON
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Hauucrlc b W, PAULINIE IQOCKWELL
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12 Spring term begins. A
13 N. Andre Tridon gives illustrated lecture on "Les Cliateaux de la
1-l ll. Andre Tridon lectures on "Alphonse lDaudet" in tl1e afternoon.
ln the evening, Bliss Lfoman of VVellesley College speaks on "Handi-
work f'v1's1zs Machinery" to the College Settlement Reading Club.
15 l'resident Wfoolley speaks at the morning Serviee.
Rev. Edward A. Reed of Holyoke speaks at Yespers.
16 Mr. John A. Callahan of Holyoke speaks on ",-Xmeri- fl f
ea's L7nerowned Queens," '
17 llelen Xkfarren has a mouse in her room.
19 Sopliomore-Senior reception.
117 Patriots' Day fllllf a liolidayj. Rockefeller leads i
grand patriotic parade of all the dormitories,
after dinner. Students, tired but gloriously loyal, sing around
the lmig flag pole.
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20 Trials for Junior choir.
22 Rev. Frank Mason North of New York preaches in the
First spring campus sing.
.23 Students' League.
24 Senior entertainment in the gymnasium. Vaudeville.
Captain Gamsby and Miss Heath star in "Little Al-
mond Eyesf' I
Basketball game between Mead and Rocky. Rocky's eerise and yel-
low triumph over Mead's Alice blue. The purple cow goes sadly
20 Song recital by Miss Heath and Miss Runnells in the afternoon.
In the evening, an open meeting of the Philosophy Club. Miss True-
blood speaks on "The Contributions of l'hilosophers to Mathc-
26 XVilder-Porter outdoor basketball. Rough game ending in a tie. ,ln
the play-off, Porter's black and yellow beat W'ilder's crimson by
28 French Club.
29 Rev. A. Lyman of Brooklyn speaks in the morning.
l Seniors jump rope. Fine wcaflzvr.
"Lady of Lyons," the Junior play, given in the evening.
2 Educational meeting of the Boston branch of the Association of
Collegiate Alumnae. Prof. George E. Dawson, Mr. W. F. Gordy,
and Mr. john T. .ljrince are the speakers.
Miss Shaw and Miss Peirce give a recital in the evening.
Freshmen do not have their Mountain Day.
3 Organ recital in the afternoon by Miss Vtfieand.
In the evening, an illustrated lecture by Dr. Hewes on "lVhat Social
Service Means in Our Great Cities."
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4 Mr. Hammond gives his organ recital to the Seniors in the evening.
6 Rev..Henry Hopkins, D.D., President of Williams College, speaks at
the morning service and at Vespers.
Reception to the Senior class at Mead Hall. Meanwhile
Junior-Freshman frolic going on at the rink.
8 Recital in the afternoon by Miss Altenkirch. XY!
9 FACULTY 1'1..xY!
11 Mr. Herbert Vaughn Abbott speaks on "The Teaching of
Composition in Secondary Schoolsfi
12 The Juniors, very pretty in yellow hats and sashes, come
out to spin tops. Some succeed.
13 Rev. Vv'm. De XVitt Hyde, D.D., of Bowdoin College, speaks at the
Mr. George H. Smythe addresses the Y. VV. C. A. meeting on "City
Missions in New York."
14 Students' League.
15 Miss Hanna and Miss Humeston give a song recital in the afternoon.
The So mhomore Jla "Pride and l're'udice," friven in the eveninff.
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16 Field Day in the morning. liirst official 1'ecords taken.
Freshman-Senior reception in the evening.
90 l7reaching in the morning by the Rev. John Hopkins Dennison. He
speaks at the Vesper service also.
71 Piano recital in the afternoon by Miss Olmsted.
Students' League in the evening.
72 The new portrait of Mary Lyon, by Miss Jewett, is unveiled.
The Social Club gives a lawn party on Prospect in the evening.
'73 Freshman Mountain Day Cthis time the Mountain
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House is openj. 2,-l 'S' MQW?
Piano 1'ecital by Miss Shumway in the afternoon S
24 Sophomore room choosing. After terrible thundet
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around the campus.
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23 Dom. work choosing.
Recital in the evening hy violin students.
26 Prof. VV. L. Cowles of Amherst gives an illustrated lecture on
"Roman Ruins in Southern France."
21 Rev. Joseph N. lllanchard of Morristown, N. J., preaches at the
Mr. Augustine O. Ohol speaks on "The Hindu of To-dayf'
28 Piano recital by Miss Farrar in the afternoon. lml .
29 Student recital in the afternoon by Misses Gamsby, 95,6 gig?
Gleason, Godshalk, a11d Spofford.
1908 elects its Junior officers and draws them around e
the campus. Sk
30 Memorial Day. Services at the soldiers' monument
after the chapel service.
.31 May Day. Ren Greet Company gives the "Comedy
of Errors" in the afternoon and "The Tempest" in the evening.
Bess Clark stars in the "boat dance."
2 Choir has its picture taken.
Open meeting of 112 B K. Prof. George Herbert Palmer of Harvard
University speaks on "The Nature and Varieties of Criticism."
Q Dr. Francis Peabody of Harvard University speaks at the morning
service and at Vespers.
4 Recital in the evening by organ students.
5 Junior entertainment not given.
'6 Prof. VV. L. Cowles of Amherst speaks on "The Country of Horace."
7 Miss B. K. Young's Sophomores hand in their "lit" outlines, sleepy
and haggard after their efforts.
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140 THE LLAMARADA.
8 Chemistry Lab. Hnishedf ?j
LLAMY Board elected.
9 E.1'a1lz1'uc1t1'0l1s bcgili. ' 1 S
Mr. Glesmann does a thriving business at 4 P. M.
10 Rev. J. Ross Stevenson, D.D., of New York preaches M
in the morning and also at Y. VV. C. A. L
12 Senior suit cases leave for Mount Holyoke at 4 P. M.
Dear old 1906 leaves at five amid tears and cheers.
13 Letters start for the Mountain.
Seniors arrive at six. Campus sing.
14 Prof. H. W. Conn of Wesleyan University speaks on "Darwinism"
in the afternoon.
E.ruuzi11at1'o11s are m'cr.
17 Commencement week begins.
Baccalaureate sermon by the Rev. George A. Gordon, D.D., of Boston.
in the morning.
Last Vesper service of the year.
18 5 A. M. Freshmen make beautiful laurel chain in the gym.
It begins to sprinkle. Grove exercises. Some of 1908 sing the tra-
ditional song to the Seniors.
lt pours. Ivy exercises held in the library. Miss l'ettee gives a
splendid ivy oration.
Continues to rain. juniors give "King Rene's Daughteru in the gym-
nasium at an hour's notice.
Glee Club concert in the evening.
1908 serenades the Seniors as they come out.
At last rain stops. Seniors, in caps and gowns, at midnight Serenade
the halls and give a lantern dance on the south campus. The
clock on Mary Lyon is illuminated. . .
19 Meeting of the Alumnae Association in the morn- Ii' ,fx
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NVe try to pack. y r'ff
Step exercises at 5 P. M. Handkerchiefs in great Luigi
evidence. 'li"f ' 1'
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Senior play, "Much Ado About Nothing," in the gym. in the evening.
1904 has its banquet, and at midnight is serenaded by 1908.
20 Commencement exercises. Address by Le Baron Russell Briggs,
President of Radcliffe College. Collation in the gymnasium.
Organ recital at 4.30 by Professor Hammond.
The Presidentls reception to the Seniors in the evening. The campus
is beautifully decorated. Farewell, 1906.
21 Trunks off at last and good-byes are said.
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24-27 Freshman exams.
26 Registration office popular. Greetings.
27 College begins.
28 First LLAMY meeting. ,
29 Y. XV. C. A. reception.
30 lfreslnnan Sunday.
Rev. E. McConnell of Providence preaches in the morning. New
Junior choir wiggles on the platform.
Y. XV. C. A. in the afternoon.
Vespers in the evening. Miss VVoolley speaks.
1 Rooms at last adjusted.
Seniors do not appear i11 caps and gowns.
2 Seniors do not appear in caps and gowns.
3 Senior-lfreshman reception in the evening. A rowdy dance.
4 Seniors do not appear in caps and gowns.
S Seniors do not appear in caps and gowns.
6 D. Orr and D. Wfaldo spend a restless night because of birds in the
7 Pres, VV. H. P. Faunce of Brown University preaches in the morning.
Vespers in the evening. pa
8 Pearsons' juniors entertain lireshmen with a baby 'E
9 Seniors do appear in caps and gowns. .1 'A
Students' League. parm.,
Miss Dickinson s recital postponed.
10 Prof. Charles Zueblin of the University of Chicago speaks on "The
Democracy of Culture."
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11 liirst Freshman class meeting.
1908 joins 1910 in celebration of class elections.
12 Senior class meeting.
13 Notice posted on bulletin board, "Passed in entrance Ancient History,
14 Rev. Ozora S. Davis of New Britain, Conn., speaks in the morning.
Open meeting of the Student Volunteer addressed by Dr. Samuel M.
Zweiner in the afternoon.
He also speaks at Y. XV. C. A.
15 Notice posted on bulletin board, "Passed in entrance English History,
16 Beautiful Mountain Day.
Social Club-oh, we beg your pardon, Le Giocose-gives Dago party
in the gym.
Misses Hoyle and Baston star as hand organ man and monkey.
19 Miss Marks startles her class in 19th century poetry.
21 Dean George Hodges of the Episcopal Theological School of Cam-
bridge speaks in the morning and also at Vespers.
23 Readings from '1Dr. Luke of the Labrador" by Katherine Oliver.
24 Keats-Shelley memorial reading by Miss Marks.
25 Mrs. Hollingsworth speaks in the afternoon on "Famous People I
Have Seen and Heardfl
27 College Settlement Association holds an open meeting at which Presi-
dent Hyde of Bowdoin speaks on "The Communication of Char-
28 Pres. William De Witt Hyde of Bowdoin College preaches in the
Miss Janet McCook of New York speaks at Y. VV. C. A.
29 Longy Club of Boston Symphony Orchestra gives a concert in the
30 Students' League.
31 I-1a1lowe'en. Grand celebration.
Senior minstrel show in the evening which we at-
tend in full costume. The cleverest of 1907's
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2 Rocky Juniors Cl1tCl't2lil1 Freshmen with baby Q
ford Theological 50111111113 speaks 111 the ,X X
morning a11d at Vespers. Xfcf XX,-1
4 President VVillian1 Douglas Mackenzie of Hart- XIX
A l1'IC111lJCI' of the class i11 Anglo-Saxon, having
heard of tl1e theory of evolution, translates "The father of Adam
' came in."
6 Mrs. Mills, President of Mills College, California, speaks at chapel.
7 Junior-Freshman receptio11. Farce, "The Obstinate Family," fol-
lowed by a dance.
8 FOl1l'lClCl',S Day. Address by Hamilton XVright Mabie. Eat Trus-
tees' ice cream witl1 tl1anks.
Reception to the Alumnae and guests at Pearsons.
Organ recital by Mr. Hannnond in tl1e eve11ing.
10 French Jla "Le Bourgeois GC11t1ll1Ol11l11C,'i in tl1e eveni11 .
13 Le Giocose gives "Horse show" in gym. Miss ' ,
Sweet disqualified for general u11wieldiness. as
A pair of green and yellow horses get tl1e 1, QQ,
largest purse for grace a11d general beauty. ' N info
Porter, Rocky, 8.1111 Pearsons tied for the cup.
Rocky co111es outahead.
14 L1.1xMixRAo1x Board has its picture taken: also llanjo and Mandolin
Clubs. Mr. Van Norman is very l11L1Cl1 excited.
Faculty dinner. Grand celebration in all tl1e halls.
15 Prof. 12. B. Titchener of Cornell University speaks on "The Psy-
chology of Taste and Sinellf'
16 Prof. L. R. .lewett speaks on "The Characteristics of Good Drawing."
17 Miss McAuslan wishes to see the Wilder Junior choir before 4.30.
18 Rev. Edward 12. Nourse of Hartford Theological Seminary speaks at
tl1e morning service and also at Vespers.
20 Piano recital by Josef Lhevinne. Autographs are profuse.
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21 Yale-l-larvarcl basketball game in the gymnasium. Yale wins 17-16.
Stuclents' League in the evening.
22 Meeting of the History Club. Miss lillis reads.
23 N. Le llraz speaks on "La Province clans lc roman francaisg la
,llretagne clans l'oeuvre cle l.oti" in the even-
He puts his shoes out to be blacked.
24 19th century poetry final review.
Harvard-Yale and l3Zll't1l10lltll-lil'OWl'I games rlepop-
ulate the college.
Open meeting of ljhilosophy Club in the evening. Dr. S. ll. Hayes
gives an aclclress on "Animal lilsycliologyfi
25 llishop XV. N. llckfickar of .l'roviclcnce speaks in the morning.
27 Thanksgiving recess begins. The lucky ones go home.
28 Gym fire. See another page.
29 Thanksgiving Day. lloxes galore.
30 Collefre be ins. Two o'clock car is croxvcled.
1 H011 account of the recent gymnasium fire, everything except classes
2 Rev. W'ashington Gladclen, D.D., of Columbus, Ohio, speaks in the
Miss NVoolley speaks at Vespers.
3 Evening gym classes look joyful.
4 D. Walclo in Anglo-Saxon, Ullloocl Ilew like waterf,
5 Christmas sale in the gym. Mills College sencls a generous contri-
Senior 1'eeeption to the faculty in the evening.
7 Fire in Holyoke. Fire clrills in all the halls.
Miss Talbot in Psychy, "Yes. we all see our faces so much in a mirror
we know how we look."
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8 junior .Debating Society is closed to all but members of the society.
A single invited guest retires.
10 Sophomore briefs are handed in.
ll Sophomore briefs are rewritten.
12 Freshman Geometry exam.
3 lVinter term begins.
6 Rev. John 131. Lockwood of Springfield speaks at the morning service.
8 Miss Marks does not hold her office hours.
9 Students' League meeting.
11 Open meeting of the Philosophy Club. Dr. Frances Rousmaniere
speaks on the subject, "Punishment and Personality."
12 lirench Club gives "Monsieur Patelinf'
13 Rev. Thomas C. Hall, DD., of Union Theological Seminary, New
York, speaks at the morning service.
15 Dartmouth Musical Clubs give a fine concert under if
the auspices of the Sophomore Class, followed i' i
by a reception in Assembly llall. A serenade , ' ' x
of the dormitories finishes the programme. N K
16 Organ recital at 4.45 by Mr. Albert N. Tucker. ' A W
17 Freshman in Miss Cady's English volunteers information on the life
hereafter and the advantage of Freshman English wherever we
18 College Settlements Reading Club is addressed by Miss Amy Hewes
on "Foregrounds and Backgrounds in Settlement VVork.'l
20 Bishop Alexander H. Vinton speaks at the morning service.
Rev. Hugh Black of Union Theological Seminary, New York, speaks
on "Faith" at Vespers.
21 Quiz in Sophomore Bible--1909 has its conscience probed.
22 Le Giocose presents the "Elopement of Ellen." Pearl XVoodworth
says she "will wear her ring no longer."
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23 Organ reeital in the afternoon by Prof. Hammond.
24 History Club meets in the evening.
25 Zb1'Cll1COl0Q2"lC2ll Club meets in the evening.
26 .l"l'CSl1lll2lll announces in elass prayer meeting that 'fsome of the faculty
are estimable women."
27 Rev. Harold Pattison of liflartford, Conn., speaks at the morning
28 Cllurell notes come out. liven nine X's to one O does not satisfy
29 Recital in the evening by l'rof. Clarence Ci. llamilton, pianist. and
Albert Foster, violinist, both of XfVellesley College.
30 Semester exams. begin.
3 Rev. T.. R. '.l'rask, llll, of Springfield speaks at '
the morning service and also at Vesper service.
n Semester examinations end.
7 Second semester begins.
Miss Woolley speaks on "The Value of Prayer" at Y. VV. C. A.
8 Prof. E. D. llurton, DD., of University of Chicago speaks in the
evening on "The llliraeles of the New 'l'estament."
9 M. Andre Tridon speaks in tlle evening on "The French Revolution."
16 Prof. Edward A. Steiner of flowa College speaks on "The Trail of
20 you know.
2-l l'roI'. George llerbert l'almer of Hartford speaks
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I7 The morning service is eoncluctecl by l'rof. liclwarcl
.1X. Steiner of lowa College.
l'J l'rof. tiarcliner of Smith leetnres in the evening.
at the morning service. '47
27 .Xl 5 P. Ai. l'rol'. lflammoncl gives an organ rceital.
ln the evening there is a lecture by Prof. Clary N. Calkins of Colum-
bia l'niversity on "Protozoa and the Cancer l'roblem."
l Mr. -lohnston aflclresses the History Club. .lluge attendance, great
3 Rev. Walter Rockwood lferris of Mirlclletown, New York, speaks at
the morning service.
5 The Seniors present "As You Like lt."
fn There is an organ recital at live o'elock by lflrof. lflammonrl.
'J 'l'he lfreneh Club meets.
IO l'res. Hamilton of Tufts College speaks in the morning at the regular
12 Mr. Sleeper of Smith College lectures in the evening. 13 llasketball game at 3.45. 1 x
Organ recital by l'rof. ,llammond at live. KW F X
Kliss Alice llaeon lectures in the evenino' I X
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ln College Settlement Reading Club meets.
17 Rev. Herbert A. -lump leads the inorning' service.
19 llasketball gaines at 4.45. Excitement grows.
Le Gidcbse in the evening.
20 The last basketball game at 4.45. The eliampions are earriecl around
In the evening Mrs. Edwin D. Mead lectures on "The XVorlcl's Pres-
ent Crisisf' 2 5
21 The lncloor Meet at the gymnasium. ,Q C
24 The Rev. I. D. Aclzun of .llroolclyn preaches in the 'xg
inorning. T 4
26 Easter vacation begins. '
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ZXNNA Giiurnunis fXDANS
"Say, what did you do in class to-day? Am l stung? I
have n't even read the book. Well, l guess I can splel on
IXLICIQ Nl'ARION ARTIIUR ,. ,
The Germans say that there are two kinds of absent-
mindedness, that of the professor and that of the student. -'
Which did Alice have when she left her coat on the train?
"To point 'a moral and adorn a tale" is l,en's aim. lint.
alasl. her Cllglllty and proprxety are so impaired hy her
deliciously infantile appearance and her fuzzy gold hair.
156 THE LLAMARADA
Much too sleepy
To do my work,
Glad it 's bedtime
When shadows lurk:
Much too weary
'l'o draw my breath,
liuess l 'll die now,
'l'ired to death.
l,et's give three cheers for our basketball captain. She
has many accomplislimcnts from making her own Marcel
wave to supplying: all her friends with cocoa.
l2'r'r,x GIQACIC llml. b
What! you don't know litta? Well, litla did n't get here
until Sophomore year and has been terribly busy since.
She may be a little reserved too, sometimes, but just start
her telling about what "we used to do at the University of
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What is that rippling sound we hear?
Oh, it is Zilpah coming near.
An anecdote, a joke or two,
It's fun when Zilpah visits you.
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No one can accept Freshman homage more graciously
than Fanny. She is the only original cure for Freshman
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Eva is famous for so many fl1.i11g.v. llVl12llQ shall we select
to mention? There are her wonderful vocal powers-you
can't help noticing her voice in chapel-and then the rec-
ords she makes and breaks when she crosses the dining
MARIA l,RlSClI.l..X llocfla
"E'en the blue hareliell rears its heaml
lilastic from her airy tread."
Hut do you remember her hear dance Freshman Moun-
Five reasons why Faith likes Horace :-
l. He is easy.
2. He is pleasing.
3. He is musical.
4. He is very entertaining.
5. l-le appeals to her as a personal friend.
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. f She bounces like zi rubber ball.
' Her grin shines out on great :ind small,
Her pompzulonr flops up and clown,
She 's known throughout South Hadley town.
l,enn is thinking of moving her trunk to the Art llibrnry.
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This is Miss Alberta Brown
VVho's newly come to us to town.
1 lf she 'cl been here zi little longer,
You 'cl Find her grind would be much stronger.
If: sn-' lhzowx
Elsie, coming from the post office 1-
"Con1e, Ict's go to walk. Well, you'll pardon me if I
w:1sn't .rlzmg just now. Goodness, but it was a terrible
slum :md I was that fvecved. XVhy, it was the 'wildest ming.
Say, do you know I 've sworn off using slang, and I think
l 'nn getting along beautifully, don't you?"
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160 THE LLAMARADA
.....1..4.............. FLORIQNCE HiA'l.'TII5 BU'r'1'15RIcK
A littlc work
l cannot shirkg
A little play
And I ani gayg
For in the fall 5
A hasty spread
And then to hed.
'ff This is my way
. From day to day.
LoU1sza l2r.'1zixm4:'r1i CARLTON
Louise a shark, you say? I don't know, I'ni sure.
Everybody says she is, but shc does n't seem to think so.
It 's hard to tell.
JENNIIE DONNELL Cixizkuriilfzizs
There came a concert playing,
All on a college dayg
Thcrc came a pleasure saying,
"Come out with nic to play lf'
But conscience stern obeying,
Young Jennic shook her head,
. "I cannot go a-maying,
I'n1 studying," shc said.
NIARY HATCH CHASE
Hickory, dickory, dock,
Her roommate views the clockg
The rising gong
Rings loud and long,
Hickory, dickory, dock.
Hickory, diclcory, dock,
She does n't heed the clockg
She yawns and sighs,
But clocs11't rise,
- Hickory, dickory, clock.
THE LLAMARADA 161
l. Grinding in the Lib.
2. Being fat and short.
3. Making her handwriting legible,
4. Hearing rising bells.
5. Seeing faculty in their regular office hours.
. Going to meals too often.
. Going to class foo regularly.
8. Going to rehearsal too early.
But there is one thing she is "just crazy about," that is
signing her name like this, Z
i2'l'lll'Il. G1-:N1cx'R.x CLARK
'lIthe.l's small feet, large appetite, fuzzy yellow hai1', and
Ci'IC!'L'llDlC smile make up a whole as familiar as it IS attrac-
Nat looks harmless-but oh, my! Did you ever see her
do the frog or the bicycle man?
lfEn1'r11 JICNNIIE CONlil.IN
When a girl shuts tl1e transoms of her friends' rooms
when she is calling on them,,what would you call her?
Conscientious? Well, perhaps. W'hen somebody rolls the
balls up the rack, thinking she is bowling, what would you
call her? Funny? Well, possibly.
Just a few of the things that "fail to appeal" to Bess:-
162 THE LLAMARADA
:I2l,lS.XIllE'l'II XVooD1:U1f'lf CoNKr.1N
A burned purse in a llowerpot,
Some recitations, quite forgot,
Some precious films bought at great cost,
All into dim oblivion lost:
Of money, boxes, pins, and beads
A huge amount. Let him who reads
A warning talce from 'l.isabeth.
For so her roommate sighing saith.
,XI.lL"Ii l'l.xRun':'r Coon
So industrious is she,
So fond of truth and verity
That she will sail across thc sea
To teach the heathen charity.
le'llf:l.lcN flCs'rlr1f:11 CR.xwlfo1eo
Does listher know Springfield when she sees it? Not
always. ln her anxiety to get to the theater in time she
has been known to get oil' the train in the woods some
distance from Springlield. Were it not for a kind-lienrted
conductor, who knows where she might be?
,l l.xRu1la'r tilmclc CRICIITON U " '
"l7Qor Harriet:-So sorry not to find you in. Will you
go driving with me next Wednesday? What time will be L,, , .
most convenient for you? From your devoted, A. N."
l oo bad, Harriet. , 'g3j5QfJ , ' 5-Zfil'
X mill". V 'il'lj':
THE LLAMARADAV 163
Amir AMIELIA IDANIIELSON
' ' A VVhy this stern forbidding wrinkle F"
' . Why this hrow so deeply lined?
- I 4 All her friends decide 1t's harmless,
- b She 's a kindly soul y0u'll Find.
' 'Tis the sign and symhol only
' Of a concentrated mind.
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Lucv MAY DW
'I'here is 11 young lady, one Day,
Who sleeps the long hours away:
Her room 's in :L stew,
For she 'd rather canoe
And hear the dear graplioplmne play.
lloNNY liI'Al'SDlCI'.l. ljlC.XN
Whatever will she do if she takes .lislhelies and learns
that bright red won't do?
Lu.1.1,xN l'oR'rlcR Dofxms
llnor Lillian! She is slowly recovering from that day of
,lunior year when an upper classinan insisted that she must
he a l'reshm:1n hecause her hair was loose and fuzzy.
"ily kindness of plmtogwipliei' omitted.
164 THE LLAMARADA
A sonnct to thy fluent pen,
Oh Ethelwyn, we fain would write.
So you we flowingly indite. .
How is it done? W'e'll try again.
You say it 's easy-"merely truck.
,lust fourteen lines." Then, please do try
To Finish this yourself, for I
Am willing to confess l'm stuck.
iX'lARY -l2I'll'l'11 Donolz Z' Y
t"l'he fountain of life is within me." A
"Death is no longer needeclf'
"I am eleven months young."
AGIENT, Room 55, W1LuER.
. RACHEL ALICE DODGE
- -y - SCHEDULE I
' 8.00 A. M. Go to Astronomy and return the book I
brought home last night to study for Astronomy.
. 9 11.45 A. M. Recitation in Astronomy at Observatory.
Q , ., 1.15 P. M. Go to Observatory :incl study until ----.
.- - 7.15 P. M. If it 's a Fine night I must go to the Observa-
1 gl tory and observe.
Does she major in Astronomy? Oh my, no! But she
f ' takes that one hour course, you know.
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FLORIENCIC IQATIIARINE DOLL
'tGix-ls ! !! Do you realise that we are under contract to
Mr. Van NOf11l21l1?? Every girl must keep her appoint-
ment at the studio or send a substitute."
Florence had charge of the Junior pictures.
THE LLAMARADA 165
HELEN BREWER DUNI.A1'
- '57 4 Pretty? Yes. Inquisitivc? XfVell, rather. A freezing
snnlc for those who know her not, did you say? A good
' ,A friend to have? Her friends know that.
"4 ' 'us ,
Ifmiuzxcis CITAPIN EARLE
ilzhere was a young lady called Fuzz,
lhough why 1 don't know, who docs?
But the hairs of this girl
Are so kinky they curl,
Maybe that 's why they call her Fuzz.
GRACE M AY EASTERLY
Have you ever heard Grace tell a story? Well, hear her
oncc and you will be convinced that her nieinory is of the
"total recall" type. One thing, however, which she dislikes
to totally recall or have recalled is the night which she was
forced to spend in Utica, New York, pennilcss and friend-
.Helen, Sunday, S A. .M.:-
"Dorothy, just run down the hall and turn on my bath,
hot. And-oh-ask Avis to lend me her button hook, and
if you see Helen ask her to lend me her cotta. By and by
I'in going to get Miss Jackson to give 1ne my breakfast, so,
Louise, just run up and do my 'don1.' work for me.
166 THE LLAMARADA
NI,xitc:.x1z1c'r Sixkoiaxr lix'iam's
A brisk and cheerful voice in the hall, a hearty laugh,
and that is all you need to tell you here comes Margaret.
-,vb f'-'ff' fl -A
lihassns fJRClEl.l.X l"lc1t.l,
Upon the front row sitting
Our classmate Bess wc-see
Jlpxrceing with the teacher
And noclcling knowingly:
But rlon't you let her fool you,
lfor, if you know enough, .
You 'll tlml that all hcr nodding t .
ls mostly macle of hlull.
M lltrml' ,i'1lfIIil'.D
. My heart was with the yellow,
3 Alas. that cruel fate
' Has taken me without my heart
Y Anil solcl to 1908.
SUSAN AIARIIC FINI.i':x'
You will always mcct "Butt" with :L cake of soap and a
towel in her hand, preparing for SOIl1Cl1l111lg. She is never
quite "wendy ' for anything, however.
THE LLAMARADA 167
L.xUR.x EMMA FORIQN
Laura Cplaintivelyb.---"1 get awfully lonesome sometimes
Friend.--'lls it all of 1906 you miss or just part?"
Laura tfussedl.-i'NVell, l guess it 's just part."
Am .'XNs'r1s Nluiemv l:OS'1'ER
She lives in an "aesthetic" room
Thus early in the day,
She 'll have a golden tassel ere
Her coronet is gray!
AlARY W.Xl',l'irXCI2 Grllfl'
A mathematical hent hath she.
Alas, that she majors in Historee!
But Miss Neilson does n'l'. we 're glad to find.
Allow this talent to lag behind.
She cultivates it with grim resolve,
And Mary 's accordingly asked to "solve"
All the problems of work and wages
That ever heset the Middle Ages,
All these she solves mathematieallee
g ' The while she majors in I-listnreel
Nxicv l+.s'l'lcl.l.lc tilclzixnn
Always in a Hurry,
Lives in such a skurry,
"Awfully glad to see yon. girls,
But now l've got to hurry."
168 THE LLAMARADA
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lliARION B1ucvvs'r15R Ginnzs
Marion was fond of Freshman English?
Marion is fond of debating?
ls she fond of anything clsc? I
She scldom eats meat and potato,
And never by chance a tomato,
Of pastry wc cannot accuse her,
NfVc must bread and butter refuse herg
Yet her appetite often clistresses,
And still shc's not thin she confesses.
. El.ISA'l3ETI'I G1c.1cAsoN
If I should have an enemy
And want to get away,
I'd climb as high as Beth can sing
And hold him there at bay.
But if I him would overcome
By methods nice and fair,
I'd sing as sweet as Beth can sing
And hold him captive there.
RUTH Nl.xRGU1zR1ir1s GOWDY
Yes, Ruth 's red-checked and hearty,
And this belief she hath,
"Laugh and the world laughs with you,
Excepting when in Math."
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Oct. 15, 1906
Oct. 14, 1906
Nov. Io, 1901
lQll'l'Il Lois GOODNONV
Dec. 3, 19:16
A snatch of baby talk
Comes floating clown the hall:
The baby you would see?
No baby there at all.
But El little giggle
Tells you quite :1 lot:
There stands Belle before you-
"I'n1 sorry, I forgot."
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AGNES ANNA HINTIN
"I :un so pccved," says little Cat,
l hardly can tell where ,l 'ni at,
1 have so very much to clo.
And want to go to Springfield, too."
But conscientious little Cat
Gets all her work done, spite of that
Which we just told you she does say,
And off to Springfield wemls her way.
Detailed illi.Ol'l11?ltl0l'l offerccl on how to have excellent
quiz papers and "model" notebooks, also how to take every
course in Physics and Math. Snap courses only ruled out,
'is they 2li.l.0I'Cl uo opportunity for thoughtful work.
' M.uzv 'l,,00l.lE H fxsK15LI.
170 THE LLAMARADA
LOUISE MAut:.xR1a'1' I-Lx1N12s
Prodigy, prodigy, one, two, three,
VVhy is she a prodigy?
First, in Lit. she 's never stung:
Next, she 's praised by one Miss Y--'
I'hen she 's not, and this is three,
Chasing any golden key!
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-IIQAN l's.xmf:l, ll.xMMoND
'I'his is the girl from Detroit tripping along. Oh, you
say, Muskegon, 200 miles from there? How surprising.
She seems to he interested in Detroit. don't you think?
As to her eliaraeter, just go into I5 Rocky and guess which
desk is jean's.
Xlmzulzr. liuluzoucsns l?l.xs1c14:1.1,
Behold our young friend Mabel ll---
Oh, none is so happy as she
i NVhen she 's keeping in stride
With the one at her side,
' Vtlhose name, don't you know, is Miss C---5'
Mary has n little suit,
She loves it hest of all.
She dons it in the winter 1
And likewise in the fall.
She hies herself away to gym
liy morn and noon and night,
And there works hard and tries to do 4
Her exercises right.
VVhat makes her love her gym work so?
VVhy doth she hither Hy?
NVhat causes all her energy?
XVho knows, we wonder why?" - . , .ig
'Tt runs in the family.
THE LLAMARADA 171
l'l1:1.tQN Qllnjxnronn I-Lxzl-:N
lt 's zz red letter clay with Helen. She has just received
:1 home letter. Reads: "Harriet says the baby is Just learn-
ing to Creep!"
I We llcilfntllilll Helen reads rlevotetlly the column "For
, the Baby" in the l.
:XNKIIIC L.n.xn'i-'olm I-Itc.x1t'rz
Angie mnst be well known :tt her home, because even :t
letter zultlresserl to 'Ullzsx ,flngvl I1r2tU's" will final her.
Y, , .
lfnter 'l'yna, l.30 P. M.:-
"lVhut: time is it? llali' past one? Oh. my tlenr, I have
licluczition at two nncl tiermzm after that-'that old German.
I don't get zt thing out of it. l 'vc got to sec Miss Young
about the play right now. :md Miss lVoolley ut 4.45, and
Holyoke to-night. VVlmt! is it twenty minutes ol' -1?
Arc you going np? lV:1it' Il minute. tSl1e whisks rapidly
arountl the room, then books :tml 'I'yn:1 vanish in ll Hurry
of black and whitc.J
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'l'here is at young maiden named Hewcs
Who promptly pays all her class clnesg .
When it comes to a quiz,
She knows all there is, , iyqfx
Anil her pen never lnournfnlly chews. - '
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l 1 in rr x lDxNnc1.soN I'IOWI.AND
Bertha has the advantage of us. We sputter in English '
'md get squelched, while she does it in Spanish and is
'ldmued for only by the snapping of her eyes can we tell
that wnytlnng is wrong.
72 THE LLAMARADA
LUCY Armies S'1'1cI,L,x Hnfuc
There was a young lady named Hifle
NVho this storehouse of learning did rifle
'l'hey called from afar '
As she got on the cur,
But she said, "I 've learned only 11 trifle.
What "dodunks" we are
'l'o spend our lives here
ln this college grind and strife,
When better by far
NVe might have, my dear,
A quiet domestic life. ' W 1 5,
ZXIJIIILX lfRixNc1f:s Iflomllcs
the Psychology to which she is so devoted.
Almira has trouble with her physical equilibrium but she-
linds her mental one easy to keep through the mul
THE LLAMARADA 173
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SCIIIEUULIE FOR SENIOR
Gym. Zoo. 7
AY XMZQLE-r-ww' Zoo. xx
1 Zoo. in Zoo. tory
.4 I l4otany4 l liotamy4
Latin l Latin
FR l .
Botany to I
"Dear Mr. Van Nol'1nrm.'-Have received the proofs from
my third sitting and suppose I must accept them as final,
though in no feature do they express the charm of my mien.
The first were entirely too pensive, the second altogether
too hysterical, and in these I find the eyes too twinkling
and the mouth too sober. Thanlcing you for your patient
attention, 1 remain, Very sincerely,
1 CAno1.rN Ifluinmmmf'
MARV EDITII JENNESS
Ruin' Ist n1sr,r,.lx HUT'roN
Oh, Sunny Jim!
When did you get that beaming smile?
You used Pears' Soap. Yes?
Give me the blue sky over my head, the green grass be- L '
neath my feet, a volume of Swinburne under my arm, and
four or live miles between me and my dinnerl
'Dnubtless she will argue about this.
ll:-.Ll-.x Rl.xR4..x1t1-,1 iXl-.LI 1 x
llelen thinks that "Stral'fortl" is "rull1vr dry." 'I'wn
things, lmwever, she docs not consider so--that ts liCl3?llll11I
Rltmnti-in lrluwl..xNn li
Five years from now wc expcct tu sce Mildred lecturing
. . ,. ,
to an t'.l'l'Ifl'ti romnful nf science students on " l he Ways of
Promoting Hair Growth."
,'Xl.icic Loulsla JliWlC'I"I'
"Find that? l Coulcln't do it.
And vcry well you knew it."
"Four hundred thirty, C. R. Ji.
l'll find it for you easily."
This is Miss Alicc jcwctt.
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KilRI,XAI l"1t.xNc:l-Qs iflCl.l,X'
lVliat' would 1908's lraskctlnall he without Miriam? Rain
or shine she turns up to practice, and picks the hall out of
the air to drop it into the basket. all with a spirit of
devotion to the class which is well worthy of emulation.
THE LLAMARADA 175
PEARL Erlmr. IQIMBALL
My head aches, and my feet ache,
I ani too tired to budge,
I need a little treatment,
A dose of creamy fudge.
This week I have 3 quizzes,
I 'ni nothing but a drudge,
Myself I will resuscitate
With quite a bit of fudge.
Through all my awful sorrows
I joyfully may trudge
By taking, all in its own time,
A dose of my own fudge.
'l'hough this young collegiate 's a Knight,
She is prone to feel terrible fright,
Special topics or mice,
Or trying her voice,
Or prowlers around in the night.
KATE MARION :KNIGHT
There are questions in Math., there are questions in Lit.,
The answer to this one I'd much like to hit,-
VVhen Marion gets to wherever she goes,
How long does her head have to wait for her toes?
S.x1m1e1 DU'r'roN Linens
Sarah was getting lean and thin,
What should her parents do? y
'l'he doctor's advice was "Bacon, '
And plenty of it, too.
They sent'her to Mount Holyoke,
W'here she could treatment get.
She liked the treatment, oh, so well,
She 's taking of it yet.
Luev Rociqwicu. lNl'.xr.r.ARY
Lucy loved slimness,
Lucy loved style,
Lu gave up butter
just for a while.
But alack and adayl
Poor Lucy found
That fate was against her
She'd gained a pound.
RIARION I'lAZI2L LEWIS
There is a young maiden of 1908
Who often sits up very late.
She does n't believe in going to bed
She is afraid of mice, 't is said.
At lessons she is good enough.
She never tries the game of blnil.
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1ll."l'll P1 ICRC li M ARTY
Ruth is Ioquacious: has force and precision. When-she H
has once xnzulc up her mmd, no one need try to move xt. ' ' '
l'l'I2l.EN EI.1z.xmz'1'1I M.xNnlcl.I.
There once was a Junior named M--
lixtrelnely fond ot' the wave Marcel.
"I have n't a single cent, you know,"
Then oil' to Springfield she would go
To get her beloved Marcel.
THE LLAMARADA 177
jussm LORAINE MCAUSl.iXN
A figure neat,
A waist petite.
And a characteristic drawlt
An aunt whose work
XVC dare not shirk:
Now, who possesses these all?
RLXRY Cll.XRl.O'l"l'l2 BIUNROE
My! hut things are funny,
See the sweet seraphic smile
Always gay and happy,
Laughing all the while.
Makes a merry Santa Claus,
And a dandy clowng
NVith all the world before you
It doesn't pay to frown.
When Mabel takes a sit up
She does not need a light.
For all the faculty have said
The moon is very bright.
l2l.i.1sN JANE Moses
Miss Moses has the wondrous art
Of holding conversation
With any faculty at mealsg
This is 'her great vocation.
'T is very plain her sphere will be
The gracious dispensation
Of food and elevating thoughts
XVithin a Senior's station.
HZIELEN EL1zixmsT1I Mori'
Math. is her major. During her three years of Mathe-
matics she met with her hardest problem at the gym. Fire-
how to Fmd 6 ft. 4 of Yale football material in the smoke.
The problem was solved when he emerged bearing tenderly
a piece of red cheese cloth.
SYl,YlN.'X Cll.'Xl'M.XN NORTON
HbvA'I'liRlll'RY ALARM CLOCK Co.,
Gcnllcuzczzs-Can you please send me by return mail an
alarm clock which will wake me up and at the same time
not be mistaken by outsiders for thc fire alarm? I find
that any clock which serves the purpose is likely to be
annoying to others and, as examinations are coming soon,
I fear l shall have to spend my leisure time in studying
instead of sleeping."
Mlx1z1oN 1il5l.1.oc:ci: CJUER
1-lll-ooo-ou! and a smile C?D
Mary's capabilities are extremely diverse. She can with
equal ease be a "Little Comfort" at table and sing bars in a
girl's quartet. She sympathizcs alike with the excluded
Chinese and the overworked faculty. She can walk the
range without a murmur, though going to gym. always
makes her lame.
H THE LLAMARADA 179
MURIEL I-Lxnmzx' Oman
Brown eyes sparkling, laughing with glee,
She's as jolly and gay as can lic.
Especially in her new "Peter 'l'hompsou."
DORA DEEIQINCZ URI!
l Her "dom," work by chance
i Gets :1 "cursory" glance,
l Then she 's gone on a walk for the dayg
A moment or two
Serves her Psyche to do.
Does she study Old English? Nay, nay.
l hl.XRG.XRET HINSDIl.I, PALMIQR
l "Hello there, 'Ed'! 'Hat's' doing 'Const.' I've worked
' on 'Chauc.' two solid hours. OIL, I'ni so hot Q60 below
X zero dnyj. I must get cooled oFf. Come on, walk to
R'IAR'l'l'IA ELLA P,xRKl11r.L
When it is quarter after seven,
In spite of all unkind derision,
Doth Mattie go to prayer meeting
With mathematical precision.
180 THE LLAMARADA
X:"Poky," procrastinating, precise? ? ??
Claudia is renowned for her happy-go-lucky slowness, but
there are three times when Claudia is not slow :--
l. When she takes the six o'clock car for Holyoke to
2. When anything in dramatics is in sight.
3. When she confronts a sticlcler in Math.
NIABEL HARR1151' P1z.lxT'r
The.1imited vocabulary of tl1e dictionary has made it
impossible for Mabel to give eloquent expression to her
well analyzed thoughts.
RUTH XVARING RAYMOND
She has so men-y friends!
B .l'liSSll'I Dum.lcY Sll.fXLTlil"ORD
THE LLAMARADA 181
Erlfilzr. Ismslzl. RICE
Do you know that Rice girl that hates gym.,
And hates it with terrible vim?
ln the old proverb way,
"Grin and boar it," they say.
"Bear it! Yes," she replies, "but not grin."
LUCY G1-:r mm :lc ROIIIERTS
"Occ:nssion:1lly" she spells nright.
Her conscience is a shining light.
ln ncatness shc 's beyond compare
For messy things she "cannot hear .
' wif, ,'
i lux N112 ES'1'liLLli SC11o1f11a1.D
If we write a little ditty
, Telling you that jermie's witty,
lt will please her, we shall Gnd,
But her friends will scent a grind.
Pkorussloxm. G1f:c:1.1Nu Lussoxs Gxvncx AT
ANY Home OF Evlanv DAY.
Crm supply many and 'zfuluablc tcslimouials. '
182 THE LLAMARADA
NIARY Bli.XTRICli SHARP
Yes,.Beatrice is our class liahy, although you would never
know it except for her laugh and her hair, :ind she has
plenty of time to learn to control those.
3l.XRY XXHRRI-:N Siricrumo
"I lmw: just one thing against that my teeblef' "Lct's
go down to the laundry to get my lmseinentf' "I put that
font on the otherLshoe," etc. May herself admits that she
gets "merr1hly twlxtf'
121.5112 :HURLBUT SIMONDS
She gives two hours of preparation for each recitation.
She always takes four forty-hvc minute periods of exercise
a week l !
That Lena sometimes has the blues
Her friends must all confess,
But as she lives in Holyoke town
It can't be Homesickness.
What is it, then?
THE LLAMARADA 183
11255115 NICCLURKIN SM ITII
. Shc 's not been here for many a week,
But in her room just take El peek
And see the bnnncrs inscribed ---
lOl1serve the color in her cheek.l
lixri li linxlx Sn Vru
K:niu's fznvorite song seems to bc "Home, Sweet Home."
lVe do no-t wonder :it that fact, but we do wonder at her
fondness lor everything connected with Vermont.
' GERTRUD1-: BERNICIC Somcu
ltcm in a summer number of the liar Harbor Weekly:-
20 Pouxns, SOMEWIIIERE IN Tins Viclxrrr.
This fall, note from college :-
Editor of Bar Harbor Weekly,
Dear S'1'1','-Please tnlcc out the notice I inserted in your
paper, as I picked up the 20 pounds immediately on arrival
here. Respectfully yours,
Mmznar. ELOISE SPENCER
We know that Mabel, being from such an extraordinary
family, will not have to wait long for her eighteen chances.
184 THE LLAMARADA
I CLARA BELLE SPR1Nc:s'1'1s15D
. There was a tall young lass named "Spring"
Who many suitors aside did Hing,
Saylng, "Give me a cat and a cup of tea
And a happy old maid 1 will ever he."
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CAROLINIQ El-lZ.XIH2'l'lI S'1'1s.xRNs
That nature has designed her for a minister's wife always
was the candid opinion of her friends. Why, then, should
they be surprised to learn that the guest recently enter-
tained at dinner was only "Carol's minister from home"?
' FANNIE S'r1a1s1.1L
You should hear her remarking "Really now,"
NVith a delicate gesture, perhaps a how,-
. You must steel all your hearts when she doth act.
Or she 'll steal them all from you, and that 's a fact.
BLXRY A M ELIA STIQIQR
She whisks around with brush and pan
A dust cloth she unfurlsg
Her bureau drawers are spiclc and span,
Models for other girls.
And hourly she cleans anew,
Nor leaves a spot of dust in view.
L1zsl.11-1 lYiUSSIliRl'I S'1'1swixRT
lt really is so sad to see
I-low Leslie lacketh energy.
AGNES A N N IIE
ln but five clubs she 's officer.
Freshman and Finds Agnes ill.
same Freshman bearing dainty breakfast. I
bell girl with large box of flowers.
same Freshman to read to Agnes.
same Freshman bearing an elaborate
No undone sewing bothers her.
But once, when she was ill a week
And lived in Everett house so blea
What think you was poor Leslie's
Her work was only up to date.
RIARY lJ.wlaNPoR'1' STONE
"Dear editor, please tell me
If in any way you can-
The way to write a letter
To a melancholy man."
I AmzI.1N12 ELIOT STONE
This is Miss Ad
eline Eliot Stone. Adeline, if you please,
not Adelaide or even Adelide. She prefers it that way.
' Do we dare to du
b her "Miss Virginian?
ESTIIICR I+'1u2D1zR1C.x SUISMAN
Of German she knows such a lot
Miss Hiifer doth request her
-Tn come and sit down n1IC'bl?7L m1'r"-
We 're jealous-Lucky Esther!
AN N.-x jnzssna TEALL
Her constant cry is "Let 's make tea."
NVe understand her tendency.
A cat can make her run and hide.
A nice old maid she 'll' not abide.
IENNIE SOPHIA STOTT
She simply can't endure the meng
Her scorn of them 's so real,
One wonders why she still upholds
The womanly ideal.
RUTH IRENE TAYLOR
There was a young maid of South Hadley
Who desired to shine very badly.
"It all ends here," she said,
"Not one thought in my head,"
But when reports come we watch her smile gladly.
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SARA HERRAIANCE T15,xLr.
Her happiest hours, 10 P. M. to 6.30 A. M.
, Her favorite song, "Please Go 'NVay and I
Her greatest horror, the rising hell.
EVJQINN Rlc'r'1'.x THOMPSON
No use living. livelyn disapproved of what I did.
.et Me Sleep."
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Oh, shoot! I'n1 .ro unhappy,
I don't know what to do.
I've got anotlwr grievance,
And I'in in an awful stew.
So far as I can see,
Get to be real contented
Like I used to be.
BIQSSIIC An14:1.IN12 TURREY 1
When matters are not very sorry,
Then we may find that Bessie 'S Torreyg
But, when things are simply lzorrid,
NVe wonder then if Bess gets Torrid.
Why, it don't seem like l 'll cwrr,
188 THE LLAMARADA
BIABIZL Brxscoxt TURNER V
"I.hevinne? Oh, yes! that great French pianist. Ohl of
course not. Russian. You know he 's greater than Pade-
rewski now. particularly in technique. Have I heard him?
Oh, no! But I've heard nlmul him-down in New York.
New York is such a grand place to hear celebrated people.
lt' I only were in New York all the time l could really
hear --in ctc., etc.
Rl.'XRY lEl.IZAl1li'l'll VAN llivolvr
She walks with ponderous step and slow,
She hath no allectation:
Her hearty way comes over us
To win our admiration.
But this one thing we 'd like to hear,
Though 'tis a strange suggestion,
How did she think we 'd know enough
To "move the previous question"?
DoRo'r11 Y XYALDO 1
Dorothy's highest ideal is to be rich, handsome, and have
a Bavarian poodle. On one occasion her friends feared
she would abandon this noble aim to become a Student
Omvlc Prxlzklclt XV.xl.I..xC15
.Oh, yes! Olive is devoted to the class of 1910. NVc
did n't say which class of 1910.
THE LLAMARADA 189
SARA Loulsla W'lxl.'roN
A snatch of song, a cheery word,
A nod and smile for all,
A bit of laughter echoed back-
Lou 's coming down the hall.
L,xUR.x Dwlcsln' XVARD
Kindly word and kindly deed
Seems to be young Laurafslcreedg
But docs she think it is quite kind
Her neighbors' faults to bring to mind
By cleaning her room every day,
lVhile in their rooms the dust has sway?
EMILY W ARD NVARREN
A hustling and a bustling .down the corridor: :1 great big
laugh and a door slam-Emily 's at home.
lllCl.l-IN F.xRRlxR VVARRIEN
"Ant" will promise to meet you at 130 At '7 you
are mildly impatient, but at 2.30 you knovsik bletter ailid go
along, probably au hour late for your ap ointm t. Y
n H .
p en es,
Ant impresses you as busy, but we notice she is most
bus l l 9
y ictween .30 and .. on Monday and Thursday."
190 THE LLAMARADA
131255112 CA MERON WA'rsoN
We are forbidden to sit on lfVilliston steps.u.v yer, but
- there is no restriction against getting out ot the cellar
. windows, is there, Bess?
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:HELEN IQIMBALI. VVA'r'rs
Oh, yes, the cure little girl with the cmming round face
and the tajpathetie expression. However, if you think she
is as quiet as she looks, just perform the following experi-
l. Read this to her. ,H .X
2. Mention, in passing, that members of the faculty are '-.
best entertained from behind one's chiffonier.
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if X up l
.liD1'r,u H1zl.1aN VV1sA'1'111Q1u1,1.
Edith often tells you an interesting piece of news not
more than a year llate. In fact, she carefully hangs her
coat in the library in June and hnds it again in September.
RIARJORIIC Amer: VVHIQIQLER
If you want any kind of remedy for any ailment what-
ever, just go see Marge!
If you want sympathy in large doses, just go see Marge!
In fact, with Marge around, it almost pays to be ill.
THE LLAMARADA 191
at FRANCES Rizmacclx VV111'rN1zv
A ' The senior class
Gives up this lass
fe F And sadly from her parts.
.1 Joy she will bring,
,j For she can sing
LQ A P Her way into our hearts.
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3l.XRION Rlclzlicox XVn1'r1z
Do you know Buzz Wfhite? Well, she 's-
l. That awfully homesick Freshman who used to go
home once or twice a week.
2. That brave Sophomore who taught Miss N---e-in
how to make cheese
3. The Junior who loves Latin and Greek and therefore V
takes Hebrew. Does she love that, too?
LUCY ANGELI. VVIGHTMAN
.Lucy believes in human kind, and in everything human
kinrl says. If she isn't quite sure, however, she looks it
up in the Malden News.
lX'.lARION LOUISE VV ILDER
We should hate to grind Marion on the fact that she is
ashamed to apply again at the Superintendent's ollice for a
hat, fountain pen, notebook, or any other littlc missing
After the lfthics exam.:-
"l 11L"Z'L'l' thought so hard before, and I never expect to
again till I get married."
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l2S'l'I-II.l..X l.lli.XRl. WooDwoR'1'1'1
She has the sweetest nature. She 'll do errands for peo-
ple of any sort. Yes, even if it should make her late to V
class prayer meeting.
JESSIE L1r.L1AN W11.1,1s
She talks of anything you please,
She talks of all with equal ease,
Her Prose was done a week ago,
Her History 's up to date you know.
ln short, for speed and fluency,
Her equal would be hard to see.
Al-.XR'l'lI.X DAISY VVOODS
It is always well to have one really precise and sys-
tematic member in a class, and Daisy is certainly that
member of 1908. Why, she even rises in debating society
meetings and moves that the motions he seeondedl
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94 THE LLAMARADA
Ten Little Freshmen
Ten little Freshmen started out to shineg
One got discouraged, and then there were nine.
Nine little Freshmen sat up very lateg
One overslept her class, and then there were eight.
Eight little Freshmen thought they were in heaveng
One got an unrequited crush, and then there were seven.
Seven little Freshmen with men wouldn't mixg
One got a hid to Amherst, and then there were six.
Six little Freshmen went to class aliveg
The instructor 'lstungu one, and then there were live.
Five little Freshmen awaiting at the doorg
One got 21 Hunk note, and then there were four.
Four little Freshmen went out on a spreeg
One forgot to register, and then there were three.
Three little Freshmen thought they had n't much to dog
But one forgot her dom. work, and then there were two.
Two little Freshmen tried to have some fung
The proetor squelched one, and then there was 0116.
One little Freshman awaiting at the door,
Got half credit and became 21 Sophomore.
llirom the Boston --.1
MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE
The Gymnasium tStageJ In Flames!
Brave Work of Porter and Wilder
Faculty! Notlceable Acts of
At 7.4994 Wednesday evening, Novem-
ber 28, 1906, the work of reviewing their
studies, to which the students always cle-
vote these few days of vacation, was inter-
rupted by the harrowing cry of "Firel"
Nobly, sacrificingly, the students laid by
their notebooks and hastened to the scene
of the disaster. First to arrive were mem-
bers of Porter Hall, whose inmost souls
had been stirred by Mrs. S--'s thrilling
exhortation, "Let each girl do her duty I"
Miss C- led the brave band, grasping
in one hand an extinguisher and in the
other a partly hemmed napkin. With ad-
mirable presence of mind she called to
some one to bring her a sharp knife to cut
away burning draperies. Two members of
the Chemistry department had to be re-
strained forcibly from rushing into the
fiery furnace, so intense was their interest
in the products of combustion.
The scene at the gymnasium fast devel-
oped into one of confusion and excitement.
The very careful fire drills in each dor-
mitory had failed adequately to prepare
the students to cope with so serious a fire
outside. It has since been decided to have
daily fire drills for the whole college at the
gymnasium and each of the well equipped
recitation halls. ,
Notwithstanding the general confusion,
which was heightened by the temporary
extinguishment of one of the townsmen,
many acts of heroism were noticeable. One
such striking feature was the hairbreadth
adventure of Miss C. B. G., who, plunging
into the threatened building, saved, at the
risk of her own life, two lovable dumb-
bells and one fair-haired wand.
No less heroic was Miss Ellis instant
response to the call for volunteers to climb
the ladder and direct the hose. The crowd
watched her, awed and breathless, fearing
every instant that the swaying ladder must
break beneath her weight.
Still more harrowing was the wonderful
rescue made by Miss S---e. Well-nigh
overcome by the stifling smoke, she cour-
ageously ancl unfalteringly made her way
into the infernal darkness. After a severe
struggle and brilliant maneuvering, she at
last succeeded in blindfolding the horse
and leading him out amidst smoke and
leaping flames. No words can describe the
joy to which the admiring crowd gave vent
as the students recognized their dear Peg-
asus. With one accord they joined in the
glorious and perfectly ladylike college song,
"That 's Holyoke, Mount Holyoke. you
The flames had reached their climax and
were beginning to decrease under the at-
tack of the student bucket brigade: a
double line of pretty girls in white gowns
was stretched from the upper lake to the
front of the gym., and twenty-three buck-
ets per minute were passed. Suddenly
some one remembered that there was still
a soul in the midst of the fire. Unhesi-
tatingly the members of the History
department rushed in and, by careful
research, discovered the beloved policeman.
the stalwart guardian of Mount Holyoke.
They carried him ont, and amid a solemn
hush he was placed in a wheeled chair and
taken to Everett House.
Not only the faculty distinguished them-
selves by their heroism, but many of the
students also performed deeds of startling
courage. Among them Mabel Hayes is a
bright and shining example, for. in spite of
the protests of faculty and friends, she
saved the valuable Green Room property
and thus preserved the college from a
well-nigh irremediable loss.
Suddenly, when it was believed that the
fire was wholly under control, it burst into
Hames in a new place. A panic nearly
resulted, but just then Ruth Goodrich ap-
peared, and instantly the flames subsided,
and a thick sheet of ice covered the pre-
viously red hot gymnasium.
U ' ' A
Or there is Mr. Burnliam-he
Is such a lovely man to he:
I wish I were the scrub lady
That comes and cleans my Hoof for meg
I'cl carry such a lovely mop,
And make the water splash and Hopg
I'cl brush the dust up from the floor
And sweep it all behind the door.
, ' a
Then I'cl he boss of all the lights.
And put the folks to hecl at nights'
And carry trunk trays up the stairs,
And move the girls' things everywheres.
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But most 1' envy Mr. Shea,
VVho rings the chapel hell each day,
And scatters sand from out his pail.
And fetches me the morning mailg
I wish that I were Mr. Shea,
Anil rang the chapel bell each clay.
THE LLAMARADA 197
The Real Diary of a
Slil"l'l'Ill-Illlill 26. Left home for college at 6.30 A. M. Used all my clean handkerchiefs
getting away. Greeted with ellusion. Did not seem to impress Miss Greene.
Found all my recitations come at 3.50. Girls all back. Peg has jap-a-lacked
everything within reach. College furniture much improved. Spent rest of day
looking up room for "Prom." man. Trunk not here.
Slcl"l'lf:Mmcu 27. NVent to chapel. "Freshman tears." New sensation, man in Psyche.
Went to Lit. Ordered 154.00 worth of hooks for my "lihrary." Trunk not here.
Shirt waist cannot stand strain much longer.
Slil"l'lCMllliR 28. Trunk came. l look very attractive this morning. Must get over
wasting time. Spent one "perfectly good" hour in junior choir, another in
SIil"I'IiIillllili 29. Become a martyr to the cause. Take two Freshmen to Y. VV. C. A.
reception. Get them two dishes of frappe apiece. Have done my duty anyway.
S151-'riamnlan 30. Freshman Sunday. Continue yesterday's good work. Everybody busy.
Proud of our sister class.
Ocromca l. Received allowance. Spent it. My "library" will have to wait. Made out
dance order for UPl'0l'll.u man.
October IS. Glad l take Zoo. Miss VVallace is simply great. Am getting over my
squeamishness for touching hugs. Caught l5 grasshoppers to-day.
Om"roinak 16. Mountain Day. Some of us walk the range t?D.
OC'l'fJlllZl! 20. 1 never did like sciences. Hate Zoo. Didn't sleep a wink last night.
Peg shook me awake at midnight and said she heard burglars. I.istened. Heard
series of gentle taps. VVas glad I had put watch in waste-basket and plant in
hall. Scared hlue till one of my fifteen grasshoppers landed on my face.
iNOVl'1MlllCli 7. Entertain our sister class. Sophs from the gallery think we look pretty
fine hut would n't say so for the world.
NOVlillllllCli S. Fifty cents ont. Results of my efforts rewarded.
198 THE LLAMARADA
DR. IVA PILL
EAR, EYE, AND Nosta SPECIALIST
This is to certify that Miss -ll-
is to be excicsed from gymnasium 'work and
take plenty of e.rcrci.ve in the .ru1zliglit.
- Gym. "skidoo for me."
Noviammau 24. Seems good to have my diary again. Cleaned out my desk to-day.
Nov1zM1s15R 25. Sold Junior lunch to-day. No popcorn balls.
NOVIQMDEII 25. Sold Junior lunch to-day. No popcorn balls. One of our usual quiet
Novicmmzu 26. First refusal. Polite note from Jack. Men's colleges do have exams.
at such odd times.
NOVEMBER 28. Thanksgiving recess begins. Box from home. Eat. Extinguish myself
at the gym. fire.
Nov1aMn1:R 29. Eat.
NOVEINIIIIZIQ 30. Eat.
DlEClEMBEIl 1. Not feeling well.
Dr:c1cM1nsu 2. Spend a restful Sunday at the Infirmary. Have not recovered appetite.
DICCIEMIZIEIQ 13. Feel miserable to-day. Just handed in Structure paper on "The Effect
produced by Browning's Strafford in Arousing Your Intellectual Apathy and
Soothing Your flisthetic, Economic, and Scientific Taste."
Diaciammsu 14. "Stung again." Second refusal. Ted's mother must be awfully strict.
DIECEMBER 15. Sewing bee in our room. Worked awfully hard to finish hemming
cluster for mother.
DIQCIEMBER 18. Xmas vacation.
Dizciemmzu 31. Here 's my old diary again. Went to my sixth dance to-night.
JANUARY 3. Am going to keep my diary better this year. College opens. Train due
last night at 85 arrived this P. M. at 5. C. B. G. says it is no use to petition. 23
for me. Mary more fortunate. She has mumps.
JANUARY 23. Trials for Junior play. Am "so nervous." Got in.
JANUARY 24. Have learned my part. "The carriage awaits my lord." The whole play
hangs onlmy interpretation of this.
JANUARY 25. My costume for the play is stunning.
THE LLAMARADA 199
A voice came to me as I sat and dreamed,
A voice that spoke from out the long ago,
A sound that soothed 1ue even while it seemed
To ask me things methought I ought to know.
What is it makes you look so very sad?
'Tis Shelleyls beauty we discuss to-day.
NVC might look at it further if We had
More time. May I digress awhile to say
That your last papers-but we ,rc taking time,
Too much for nothingg and it is not well,
In fact 't is evil, nothing short of crime,
So let us hasten. Did I hear the bell P-
Let me detain the class but half a minute.
Some say that Shelley,--but there 's nothing in it."
200 THE LLAMARADA
strip of green burlap on much- 4
cracked, fudge-attd-ink-bespat- 1
tered white wall. 1
1 tennis racquet. 1
1 Bagdad couch cover. 110
1 Holyoke seal pillow.
1 High School pillow. 1
1 Gibson head pillow. 4
lligh School banners.
large pile of letters.
photographs of girls with
golden oak wobbly desk.
college chairs. ,
tDone In red burlap. College furnlture protruding from hehlnd a red screen?
1 large Cornell banner.
1 Yale banner.
l Princeton banner. 1
1 University of Rhode Tsland ban- 1
1 class picture, decorated with 1
framed cap and gown photo- 50
1 Baby Stuart. 1
1 President Woolley.
5 class banners with large numer- 50
1 Don't Worry. O
1 large solid table desk. 1
1 conspicuous tea table. 1
1 tea ball. ' 1
1 study lamp. 1
1 eyeglass case. 1
1 Do It Now.
1 Morris chair Ccarved with '1
1 :esthetic blade of grass in 1
1 :esthetic vase. 1
1 :esthetic stool. 1
lllCl'I,S photographs in large tish
couch rn Turkish divan.
dusty tea table.
long cane hung with college
large thick notebooks.
wry large fl'lllIll'll f7ll0fU.Q'I'tlf711
box eontainingf Fj grasshoppcrs.
late Daily Theme.
pair ecru curtains.
Faculty photograph, framed, on
aesthetically framed Mona Lisa.
:esthetic candle in
THE LLAMARADA 20
From the Bulletin Board
gnc pair Rubbers One Cherub's Head
with in Gold!
ll. KNOX Owner please apply.
in them. ' Box 242.
ONE GREEN PEA!
all the conveniences that
modern education affords.
What are you
. One- Brown Muff!
going to do .
about VVorn on one side.
I Return to MT H--.
202 THE LLAMARADA
To the Minute-hand of a Clock
Oh, stop, I pray! 'T is almost six,
And I am in an awful Hx!
Stop! stop! I say, or I shall scream!
I have nlt done my daily theme!
My mind is blank, I cannot think,
My terrors rise, my hopes all sink.
How can I work while you move on
As if you thought my work were done?
If you would spare me, just this once,
I'll ne'er again be such a dunce.
But, beastly thing, go on, go on,
l'll hand this in-it it is done-
Andfdone it must be, anyway,
No matter what I had to say,
For I've two minutes-nothing more-
'l'o get to "Mary Lyons" door.
The Sophomore Plaint
lVl'l'll Al'l!I.0lilli5 TI!
' " Long Ago She Rose and Stood "
Long ago it rose and fell-
The Holy Roman Empire,
All the histories of it tell,
The I-Ioly Roman Empire.
Empire, Empire, woe to you!
We will hate you ever,
Gibbon, Bryce, and Milman, too,
We'll forget, no, never.
THE LLAMARADA 203
If Cresar had lived nowadays,
Woulcl he have held his tongue
VVhen Brutus stabbed him in the chest
Or murmured softly, "Stung"?
If Macbeth's wife were now alive,
VVhat would that lady do?
YVould she herself to madness drive,
Or bid the spots "Skidoo"?
A Tribute to HCI
Wlieii with formulre I'm struggling
Which are all mixed up pell-mcll,
Like a cloud of radiance streaming
Comes upon ine HCI.
Mid the sea of countless symbols
Which my spirit strives to quell,
One I recognize and know as
Simple, blessed HCI.
All reactions must be given',-
Ah, there 's on'e that l know welll
How could I exist without you,
Trusty, helpful I-ICI? l
The Eternal Question
VVhom shall I ask to junior Prom P'
The weary maiden criedg
"I 've written I-larry, Dick, and Tom,
And many more beside.
One said he would be glad to come,
But since hc did n't dance-
Another was away from home-
As well in Spain or France!
And one was working on a theme
That was already late,
And one was on a college team
XVhose need of him was great.
lint once-oh, visions of success!
I thought my trials past
VVhen one dear fellow answered, 'Yes,'
But joys like that can't last.
I boasted in a haughty tone-
Pride goes before a fallg
I think it was this collar bone
l-le broke in basketball.
And now there really are no more
By friendship to me linkedg
They 're something like the dinosam'-
The species is extinct."
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555 it WILL YOU TELL ME QQ?
Whether I am?
Miss Wallace-' ' Miss C--t, describe
"VVell, a sponge has pores and a
"So have you. Are you a sponge?"
After a long pause--
"Well, Miss C--t, can't you decide
whether you are a sponge?"
What am I going to do?
Freshman--"I dreamed last night l
had my roommate under a square root
sign, and l coulcln't get her out."
What good they are?
She said she was going to the Bracket
man's. What does she want of a bracket?
How to recognize homeslckness?
Freshman sees Senior in Lib., attempt-
ing to study in spite of teary eyes caused
by a bad cold-
"There, dear, are you homesick, too?"
VVhy Miss MCA---could spare exactly
88 spoons for the junior-Freshman re-
ception, and no more or no less?
To whom to deliver the following?
Miss M. L. Chapel,
Mt. Holyoke College,
South Hadley, Mass.
Also the following?
llead of junior Baking
What the Edltors shall do with these
Contributions to the Llamarada Box?
3 Freshman Exercise Cards.
Whether this Is true?
What's the difference between inocu-
lation and osculation?
One leaves a scar and the other doesn't.
If she was there?
Miss Wallace--"Will Miss link an-
swer this? Is Miss link present?"
Miss Enk-"I don't know."
THAT REMINDS ME iii gg
"What kind of a bird is a Llamarada
" Why, I don't know of any such birdg
what do you mean?"
"Well, I heard the girls on the car to-
day saying, 'Ol1, the Llamaradas are
Missionary student Qpassing the green-
house marked, "Bates Nursery"j:-
" Huh! that must be the prep. school
for Mount Holyoke."
Freshman Qsceing rope tire escapej to
" Is that your trunk strap?"
"No, I guess some one left it here last
Scrnxic-Porch of Safford Hall.
TIME-9.30 after a select reading.
Miss C--y-Astonished faculty.
A--I3--Crushing up to Miss C---
V-and boring vigorously through
capej-"My! thought I lost you." fCon-
Miss C-Y-Qwith mild intona-
tionj-"l think you have mistaken the
Has Safford a back door? Ask A---N
Freshman-"junior Lunch? Oh, yes-
Do the juniors eat to-day?"
Miss Woolley fmeeting student whom
she concludes is an alumnaj-"Are you
going to remain here long?"
Student Qwho proves to be a Fresh-
lll2IllDi"G00dl1CSS, I hope so."
E--l C--k--"Yes, l'1n going
away for Thanksgiving."
Miss L---r-' ' VVell, then I'll get one
208 THE LLAMARADA
N AN EDITORI L W Y
"Not on the vulgar mass
Called work must sentence pass."
TIIIERI5 is something radically wrong when we dread the coming of
exams. But the lamentable fact confronts us, nevertheless, that many
persons do so, and the saddest part of it is that. with each recurring exam..
the sentiment of dissatisfaction grows deeper, and the feeling more and
The question of examinations has, in other words, reached the acute
stage. And so complicated has the public mind become on this question
that. when this magazine oH'ered prizes for a solution of this problem, the
prizes failed of award.
.Xs a matter of fact, the true remedy is clear enough and simple enough.
,lt lies in bringing the week back entirely to those for whom it was
intended: the faculty. lt is a proverbial thing that the thing a faculty
enjoys most is an examination. Give it a handsomely illustrated edition
of llllfk or !11u'gv and it will glance at it and toss it aside to play for the
rest of the day with a cheap blue book and a few drops of ink. A faculty
is the most intelligent thing on earth, and this simple toy appeals to it
because there it can spend its imagination, and thereby from it derive
honest enjoyment. Thus, the intelligent giving of examinations to faculty
would do away with the entire question of excessive tutoring expense,
THE LLAMARADA 209
and we should never grow so old but that we would enjoy making out
an exam. for a faculty.
XV e have undoubtedly gone too far in our preparations to introduce
the new system this year-we are too hampered by present conditions.
Let ns, however, resolve together that next year we will not forget one
of the sweetest privileges which can eome to a student, that of. with her
own hands, making an examination for a faculty.
And now with an examination week finished for another term. let me
send a personal message about
The Tests We Flunk on Earth
To Om' Rcadars.'-
The wish that there may be no official note in your ll. O. llox.
That your minds may he filled with the light of knowledge.
'lfhat there may he a better exam. week yet to come.
1 1. VU-X
210 THE LLAMARADA
Play for the Children
CAdapted from GIbbon's History of Romej
A HUN.-Low stature. Must be a boy with a flat nose, who is used to horseback
THE ROMAN EM1'11uz.-'l'all, dignified Christy type. See the Journal's pattern 2007
for Empire gowns.
ROMULUS AND 'R1:MUs.-'l'wo.Italian boys.
MAMIE.-A tame wolf.
A Timm or HUNS.
Italy, arranged to represent a countryg rivers winding through broad grape orchards,
bottles of olives, and peanut and chestnut stands aboutg Fontes Bandusias playing on
the lawng rustic bridges across the rivers, and paths bordering. As curtain rises Roman
Empire is discovered seated on seven hills. She is busy colonizing Asia Minor, but rises
as Romulus and Remus enter, followed by Mamie, the wolf, and find her.
Roman Empire.-Good morning, boys, where have you been so early?
Romulus and Remus lin chorusl.--We've been looking for you, and now we've
found you. How nice to be known as the foundhers of Rome. But how are you feeling
Raman Empire.-Well, from that little fall I had a while ago I seem to have a bit of
a pain in one of my temples.
I Romulus.-Which one, Jupiter's or Mars'?
Remus.--Mars', of course, stupid.
Roman Empire.-Now, boys, don't quarrel. Let me hear that pretty little ballad you
learned at Sunday school.
lfRomulus and Remus rise and stand hand in hand with Mamie. Here a pretty
tableau effect may be obtained. Have Roman Empire seated again. As the boys per-
form, enter a tribe of Huns on horseback unnoticed in the backgroundjl
Boys sing Cto tune of "Aunt Dinah's Quilting Party"D :--
"In my eye the bright sword glittered,
And my mouth was full of moan,
And 't was at old Nero's slaying party
I was carved unto the bone."
lLast two lines repeated for chorus, ending with chromatic howls from Mamie.fI
As the boys end, the Huns rush forward with swords CThose are not real. They may
be made from wood according to the directions by Spurnest Beaten Townfun on page 87.5
and there is a short conflict, during which the hills are overturned and Roman Empire
is upset. As she lies prostrate, the Huns step on her. This tableau ends act one.
KContinued in our next 1l'llHll7I?f.1 '
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A Complete Student Building
IN preparing the drawings for this house the object in view was to
design a house complete in every detail, and at a reasonable cost. In
order to get as nearly the actual cost as possible working drawings and
specifications were carefully prepared by the office and submitted to well
known and reliable contractors in Amherst, Northampton, Holyoke, and
Springfield. This was done in order to prove to the student body that the
cost of a house will vary according to the extent to which the labor done
is approved by college authorities and the bills are collected through the
superintendent's office. The estimate of the contractor in Amherst was
S1,56Og in Northampton, 31,3753 in Springfield, 34,5003 and in Holyoke,
S6,000. There is no doubt but that this house can be built in accordance
with these drawings in many parts of the United States, where conditions
are favorable, for considerably less than the estimates above.
Everything required to complete the house has been included in these
prices except gas fixtures and wall paper. These two items are very hard
to estimate on until the bills are received. However, for about 31.25, not
including piping for student lamps, leakage expenses, breakage bills for
globes and mantles, and taxes for the extravagant use of gas to heat the
THE LLAMARADA 213
rooms in cold weather, very satisfactory fixtures could be put ing and wall
paper of an excellent quality could be put in at your own expense for
The outside woodwork is of white pine or gulf cypress and should be
painted or weather beaten as desired. Be careful in selecting your colors
in paints or stains. Get the painter to submit a few samples for your
approval, and you will appreciate it afterward, probably on the first of
the following month. The flag-pole is sometimes found to be an extra
expense, especially in cases where balconies are scarceg then the wisest
thing to do is to use the roof as a support. lint if there is only a slight
difference in cost the Hag-pole is worth the additional expense, especially
on Washington's 'llirthday and the 19th of April.
In the interior of the house everything has been done to make it
comfortable and artistic within an unreasonably small space. The hall for
dramatics is finished in 1'Ol1gll plaster, although putty procured from the
college Art Department might be less expensive. The lower part of the
wall is covered with green burlap. The Mount Holyoke oflice, LL.xm.x-
RADA Board office, Students' League headquarters, Y. W. C. A. room, and
College Settlement Association room are all planned so that everything
is within reach. The furniture of each room is simple and solid. The
table, desk, and chair can almost be touched without moving very far
across the l'OOlTI. Yet there is plenty of space in these rooms.
On the second Hoor the alumnze rooms-two for every class.--lf'hi
Beta Kappa room, Mary Lyon Scholars' room, Sarah XrVilliston Scholars'
room, and General Reading Room for the remainder of the student body
are all laid out to furnish attractively and sensibly. Over the second story
there is a loft, large enough for the storage of boxes and trunks, which
can be used by building a trap door in the hall ceiling. This door and
storage charges are not included in the estimates.
In building this house, or any house, it is important to remember that
all expenditures, especially the small ones, must be closely watched. Also,
avoid extras as 1nuch as possible, a few extras are unavoidable, but let
them be the exception rather than the rule.
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216 THE LLAMARADA
What to Do and How to Do It
By Mrs. Ura Talker, C. 0. D.
Mrs. 7'ul!rcr would bc plcasca' io lIllS'IK'L'I' on this pizgc all quc.s'li011.v of
good form of 'I'Ilft'l'L'Sf I0 .Q'I'I'i.Y. .fl L'0l'l'CSff0lldf'llf 'Zt'l'S1II'lllLf' fl private llll-
.vwcr may get one by fIlt'i0SI'll-Q' tr postal card.
How may one keep the chafing dish in good O1'KlC1'?-NlE.X'1'Nl'ISS.
It is very necessary that the chafing dish be cleaned each night. To do-
this, wait until after ten o'clock when the corridors are quietf FJ. Then
steal by the proetor's door and if, by chance, you should meet the house
chairman, slip it under your kimono and saunter by in a nonchalant way.
This will remedy your trouble at once.
May one use a libra1'y slip when explainingf ?J one's absence for a
cut from class ?-ANXIOUS.
No, indeed. However tritling the cut, a note written on the best
paper at one's disposal and cordially expressed is the only proper acknowl-
edgment, unless one can explain in person very promptly.
How may li look my best on the 22d of liebruary?--l'. D.
The following articles of diet will aid in giving you the plump figure-
and bloom of youth which you desire: llaked beans, freshf ?j Fish, pre-
serves, tapioca, Uoston crackers.
How may I best impress my instructor with my knowledge ?--LIQNA
This is often hard to do. Enter the classroom with a bold step and a
bright "Good morning." Sink eagerly into a front seat and fix your eye
on the instructor. Always appear radiantly interested and volunteer'
whenever occasion offers. This will usually work, though there are
THE LLAMARADA 217
How may I fill out my Hgymf' schedule P-HS'1'UNG.H
lie reasonably sure there will be no "gym," class at a certain hour.
At that time dress and saunter over to the gymnasium. Look around with
surprise and mark a cross. lf, by any chance, you should have marked in
the wrong place, put down another. For the next two days send excuses
on account of your cold sore. Drop in to a lecture now and then, even
if they are all on the same subject. This will insure an almost complete
How can l' hang up my small cuckoo clock when tacks in the wall are
forbidden? Picture wire does not make it hang evenly.-CoI.I.lzo1c.
A good plan is to put sealing wax on the back of the clock and then
stick to the wall. This is a neat idea and pleasing to the matron.
Xkfill you please send 1ne some patterns for dolls' clothes to beguile
my leisure hours? l have a large new ClOll.-SOPHOMORE.
There will be several in our next number, but meantime you will find
a Teddy bear just as amusing. Une that walks is preferable.
Sometime just before examinations 1 wish to give a luncheon to eight
or nine of my friends. What would be an appropriate scheme for
decoration ?-MoUN'r T'I0l.YOKli.
ln thinking of your entertaimnent the line, "the melancholy days are
come, the saddest of the year," persistently came into my mind. VVhy
not make it a melancholy luncheon? Have doilies of brown sacking
relieved by tiny blue books at each place, in which the menu may be
written in red ink. A Hunk note for each guest containing some appro-
priate grind to be read aloud will afford much amusement, and may be
of assistance to any of the "Ll.,xM.xR.x1J.x" board who happen to be present.
:Xs souvenirs, have empty ink bottles filled with tiny candies, with a large
bow of brown ribbon tied around the top.
VVhen leaving college permanently. what is my social duty F--X.
This depends upon whether you go by choice or by invitation. At any
rate, call first on Miss Greene. then possibly on Miss Purington, then on
your other friends. Probably they would also be glad to see you at
Gridfs, the Art Nook, etc.
218 THE LLAMARADA
Sally's Economical Says
Dear Girls:-A few weeks ago it was my rare good fortune to spend
a day or two in a large college with a girl friend. My suit case, by the
way, was an old one andlooked hardly respectable to take on such a visit,
but the day before I went I happened to come across a half used can of
jap-a-lac and immediately I had a bran new black suit case drying in the
sun. Was n't that a neat idea? But when you try it, girls, be sure to
make a dainty hand-embroidered linen case to cover it, for your new
black coating will have a tendency to rub off on your white linen shirt-
Well, on my little visit I saw the most lovely things to use and wear.
Some of the ideas are too good to keep, so I'll pass them along, hoping
they will be as new and welcome to you as they were to me.
Among the many dainty accessories of the girls' toilettes that I saw and
admired was a pretty neck chain of turquoise blue beads. The design was
beautiful, but alas! in price it must have been way beyond the amount that
most of us girls can afford to spend on jewelry. But I immediately
thought of those old jet beads of mother's, well shaped, but impossible
in color. Well, thought I, why not jap-a-lac them a brilliant blue--one
of those deep rich tints P-and here is the result, a simple and inexpensive
chain for morning wear.
Well, now, in order that we may not become too deeply interested in
what may seem to be frivolous things, I want to tell you of a sensible,
economical, and useful idea that I learned at college. You girls who have
left the home nest for boarding school or college know how unsatisfactory
is the furniture furnished you by the authorities in comparison with the
dainty chintz-covered effects that mother's hands are so skillful at making.
Try a little jap-a-lac on your college table, Miss Mount Holyoke, and you
will be surprised at the change you will have for fifteen or twenty cents'
THE LLAMARADA 219
outlay-dead black or a dull green would be charming. And, as this is an
economical say, let me whisper a secret in your ear-a piquant little 1907
girl told me that one of her clever classmates sold that same college table
of hers-but jap-a-lacked a rich oak-for three dollars!
Speaking of tables reminds me of a delicious dish we had for luncheon
one day in Hede Hall. It came in on a dainty blue platter, garnished with
thin banana slices, and looked so brown and inviting. Yes, it was really
liver, as I had suspected, but jap-a-lacked a rich brown until you would
hardly recognize that much-misused article of diet. Um-it was simply
delicious, and so light and dainty-just the thing for that little informal
luncheon for your college friend. One pound of liver would probably be
sufficient for several weeks, while the garnish of sliced bananas would
be an easy matter for any clever girl to make.
Another thing I saw that an ingenious girl could make-and this is a
much-needed suggestion-is a convenient notebook cover. It happened
to be in june, just examination time, when l' made my visit, and I noticed
so many of the girls carrying around small paper-covered notebooks of a
bright blue color. One girl, however, had under her arm a book that was
a cool, inviting green in hue. On my laughingly questioning her she said
she was a Sophomore, and that, finding she just could n't endure the sight
of a blue book, she had borrowed some pea green jap-a-lac from a member
of the faculty and jap-a-lacked it. But what a transformation!
just one more little hint--and I' am pretty sure it is a new one-about
the use of a washstand. lf you are obliged to keep one in your room,
carefully sandpaper it, apply three coats of brilliant white jap-a-lac and
use it for a what-not to hide that hideous crack in your wall. A wash-
stand renewed in this fashion will last as long as you can use it, and
altogether it makes a very pretty setting for white gowns.
Farewell for the present. As ever,
Sketches by Our Artist
"Jerusalem the Golden"
222 THE LLAMARADA
Biblical Literature Quiz
Requirements for examination: If our hours' hard study of about fifty
pages of lecture notes and thirty pages of reading notes. Pay especial
attention to all dates given as suggestedg be able to locate any place which
may be askedg know all historical facts.
1. Do you personally, as a student of Mount Holyoke College, believe
in the performance of domestic work on Sunday? If not, give your
2. Do you ever sew on shoe buttons between the hours of ten-twenty-
five and ten-thirty on Sunday morning? Answer this question in the
light of the preceding one.
3. Have you ever missed breakfast Sunday morning? Do you think
it fair to the college to deprive it of your presence at such times?
4. Give the method employed by the recent registrars in inflicting
conditions on those who return too late to register in their first class.
Show in detail the reason why such a method is liable to result in errors
and confusion. V
5. Compute as nearly as you can the ages of the preachers at the
first and fifth services of the college year. Give the grounds for your
If there are any questions which you would like to talk with me about,
please send a note to my post-office box, number 23. You can easily
remember it, I am sure, by the 23d Psalm.
THE LLAMARADA 223
Little Journeys to the Haunts
of Famous Women
She had summoned me. l was to come immediately. Exactly at the
hour of 7.59M I advanced within the sacred portals with a bold exterior,
but with my heart pounding beneath my shirt waist. The storm broke
loose above my head. "What time did you get up this morning?" "Have
you ever dusted the interior of the Vtfelsbach burners ?" "How often do
you wash your cluster?" "Do you ever wash your cluster?" "Do you
wash your cluster every morning PH "VVait just a minute-that is u't all!
Do you realize that you are doing a dishonorable thing?" "Don't you
know that you owe it to the college? You must understand that domestic
work is as important as recitations. Ilut that is not all. Here is a book
that you ordered that you have n't come for. You must take it away at
once." "Come back, if you please. VVait just a minute. Are you going
down to Rockefeller?" "VVell, you can just slip around that way and
deliver this note to Miss Lester. Give it directly to Miss Lester, you
understand, and don't come back without an answer."
1 breathed once more. 1 placed a trembling hand upon the counter.
I tottered to the door.
The Permission Office
A Freshman, l slowly ascended the stairs of Mary Lyon, crossed the
hall and knocked before a certain door. A stern voice from within said.
"Come," and 1 entered, stumbling over the door mat and dropping my pile
of notebooks as I did so. "l came to seef' l murmured in accents lowly,-
"tl1at is, I wished to know--l would like to attend my cousin's commence-
ment at VVilliams College." "Upon what date, please ?" came the query.
"The 20th of june," was my reply, and then in stumbling haste, nl get
224 THE LLAMARADA
through exams. on the seventeenth." "Your c01isz'1z's commencement, you
said, did you not? Is he any particular relation to you?" "Yes, indeed,
his mother was my father's dearest sister. Wle played together as children
and then they moved Wfest, since when I have not seen him." "lint I
suppose you could go any year, could you not ?"
"No, indeed," I hastened to explain, "you see, Miss Il., at Wlilliams
Seniors are not allowed to graduate but once. and if I should miss this I
should not be able to see my cousin receive his degree at all."
"Are you in the choir, Niss Greene ?"
"How about your domestic work P"
"I have a substitute for each of the three days."
"You will have to see Miss KlcA. about that, however, and get this
permission card signed by her."
"It will, of course, not be nece.ssary for you to be absent from any
"You will return in time for your first recitation in September?"
"Yes, ma'am, there is a 9.55 train which just makes connections."
"Ah," pulling out a yellow IS. M A. time table from the desk drawer,
"yes, I see there is a 9.55 train.
"Miss Greene, personally, as far as I am concerned, I should be
perfectly willing to give you permission to attend your cousin's com-
mencement, but I do not wish to establish a precedent. If you could go,
eight lnmdred other girls would expect to go. Good morning."'
The League Presldent's Room
"just a minute. I'll put out a 'Positively Engaged' sign. I hate to
have to speak to you again, but you must not think it is a personal matter.
I simply felt that I owed it to you to ask you to come and see me. You
can't realize how much responsibility you have, or I 'm sure you would n't
conduct yourself so."
"You don't know why I wanted to speak to you. I was sure you
understood. In fact it hardly seems possible that I need explain. Well,
if you want me to really state it-your church record shows, my clear girl,
THE LLAMARADA 225
you must know that your church record shows that you have been absent
from church twice this semester. I should n't speak so strongly if you
were a Freshman, but for a Senior to do that, it really is n't right. You
understand and will want to help me to straighten this out. 1 kuow.
Don't you think it might be a good idea for our class to give the college
a register thing, like the time registers in big department stores? It could
stand in the chapel vestibule and each girl would have her own little key
and register what time she got to church. Maybe we could get one that
would do for chapel attendance, too. Now think it over, won't you ?"
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226 THE LLAMARADA
An Actual Day Inside
Beginning at 7.45, with opening of the Stationery, then in rapid suc-
cession strange substitute appears:-
"Miss McA., Miss --- cannot do her dom. work to-day." Second
voice, "Miss McA., will you please show me about this typewriter
Third voice, "Miss McA., can you let me have a woman to take the place
of one of my maids ?,' Fourth voice, "Miss McA., will you please come
fix the sewing machine? It does n't work rightf, Fifth voice, "Miss
MCA., the radiator leaks in the music room." Sixth voice, "Miss MCA.,
the choir music has not been picked up.',
After Miss MCA. gets these various affairs straightened out. enter a
train of domestic work girls and substitutes.
"Oh, Miss McA., Iim awfully sorry. I was a substitute. and I just
forgot all about that musicf' Another, 'iMiss McA., I simply CtIllll0f do
that work you have given me. It 's too hardf' "Well, have you done it
this morning?" "Yes," "How long did it take you?l' "XVell, over
fifteen minutes." "Did you do it yesterday ?" "No, you see, I oversleptf'
Then there is a lull, during which a visit of inspection to W'illiston is
made. Miss McA.'s countenance grows darker with each stair she
ascends. On her return to the Stationery she sends for four sweepers.
Before they come a Freshman enters importantly. "I wish to see Miss
MCA. Miss MCA., you 'll just have to change my domestic work. I have
to set tables for dinner and work up to the very last minute. No, I can't
possibly dress beforehand." Switches out, leaving Miss McA. gasping.
Then enter the VViIlist0n sweepers. "Did you do your work i11 W'illiston
this morning ?" "Well, I sent a substitute' "VVell, Miss R., your room
there was not done eitherf' "Oh, yes, Miss MCA., I 'm awfully sorry, but
I had to study." "How about you, Miss S.?" "I dusted, but I did n't
think the room neededsweeping, and you see exams. begin so soon."
Then the listener put her fingers in her ears and ran away.
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228 THE LLAMARADA
What the College Girl Ought
Except on Sunday, VVednesday, and Saturday, Freshmen have permis-
sion to go to neighboring towns fexccpt Holyoke, Springfield, North-
ampton, and Amherstj during the day Creturning before 6 A. MQ, pro-
vided they miss no recitations. They have permission to drive, except on
Sunday, if accompanied hy a Senior, a junior, some member of the
faculty approved by the college, or a fiance. For other absences a
Freshman must obtain permission from the permission officer and, when
a class is missed, from the instructor of the class, from her adviser, and
also from the head of the department in which she has chosen her major
subject. These privileges do not include permission to leave South
Hadley on Sunday.
Except on Sunday, Seniors, Juniors, and Sophomores have permission
to lose their privileges any time during the day without registration when
no classes are missed. For all other absences they must register with the
president of the college, president of the board of trustees, heads of
houses, matrons, and house chairmen. stating their name, age, and place
of birth falso name and age of domestic work substitutej, address before
and after leaving and while absent, time and hour of departure and return.
Failure to register or any abuse of registration privileges tfailure to
provide name and age for domestic work substitute, failure to register
age of chaperon, failure to register before entering the hall, failure to
avoid wrecks on railroads used for returning, failure to avoid cases of
severe illness in immediate family, failure to secure advance information
from weather bureau concerning storms liable to cause delay in returning,
ete.j involves forfeiture of privileges for three semesters. These priv-
ileges do not include permission to leave South I-ladley on Sunday.
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At the beginning and end of the college year Calso before and after
semester examinationsj students must register in the Registrars office
before 6.30 A. M. of the opening day. Students are also required to
register in First and last classes at the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and
Easter recess Qalso on Mountain Day, Founder's Day, VVashington's
Birthday, and Memorial Dayj. Students are also required to register in
last classes on Tuesdays and Saturdays and first classes on Thursdays and
Chaperons are required :-
For all evening entertainments after 6.00 P. M.
For all affairs at Massachusetts Agricultural College or any other
college for men.
For all entertainments in public places with cousins.
For driving with fathers, brothers, and cousins.
For receiving men in students' parlor and reception room of Mead
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Lansing Vanderheyden Hammond
I cannot play as good as pa,
Nor boss the Vesper choir,
But I have learned, so soon, I can
To better things aspire.
The juniors tell me that I may
With their affections fiirt.
They say that I belong to them-
It is my just desert.
My thoughts I cannot tell in words,
Words are too second rate.
My mouth I'll open wide to cry
The praise of 1908.
232 THE LLAMARADA
Ravings of the Editor-in-Chief
ls n't she here yet? Well, she 's the one l want to see. Oh, here she
is. VVould you just as soon make new drawings for all those depart-
ments? They got stung. And then there are about thirty others that
must he in next Monday. Now, four days is lots of time. Now, we 've
got a lot to do. Only one more meeting and l9 empty pages. Girls, 19
empty pages. .lt's got to he in on--. Now, girls, don't laugh. .lt
has! 19 pages. 19 perfectly empty pages. Mary, you have n't been
doing anything but that novelette and a couple of little things. Now
what would you do? No, we 've used that. Hushening! Listening! .l
don't care if it is the twenty--Q this has got to be decided. 19 pages.
19! Gee, that is a peach! XVill you write that? All right, I will! Yes,
I 'll write that other. Yes, l 've got that long one most finished. Oh. l
don't mind if it only gets out on time. Now, girls, we 've got rid of 4
pages. 15 empty pages. l5! Elsie, you 're stung for one of 'em.
Eunice, you'1'e stung for the next. All right, you and ll- together.
Girls, hushening! Wfhat is the matter with this hoard? VVell, I'll fill
up those last pages if I can. Good night, everybody. Yes, the board has
done much better on this L1..xAix' than I thought it would.
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LLAMARAUAS ARE UUT
Thursday, September 27
Tuesday, October 16
'l'bursday, November 8
Tuesday, November 27
Friday, November 30
Academic year begins 8.30 ,x.M.,
lloliday, Mountain Day.
'l'l1anlcsgiving recess begins at 4.30 l'.Bl..
Lfollege exercises begin at 2.00 IRM.,
lfrom Tuesday, December 18, 12.30 IRM., to Thursday, January 3, 8.30 .x.M.
Semester examinations. January 30-1'ebruary 9
Second semester begins, '1'hursday, February 1
Holiday, Washingtoifs llirtliday, Friday, February 22
From Tuesday, March 26, 12.30 1'.M., to Thursday, April 11, 8.30 ix.M.
i Semester examinations, June 8-15
Holiday, Memorial Day,
Seventieth annual commencement,
Sunday, June 16
XVednesday, june 19
Summer Vacation, 1907
From Wfednesday, June 19, to Thursday, September 26.
Academic year begins 8.30 .-x.M.,
Holiday, Mountain Day,
Thanksgiving recess begins at 4.30 Pm.,
College exercises begin at 2.00 Pm.,
Wlinter recess begins,
Thursday, September 26
Friday, November 8
Tuesday, November 26
Friday, November 29
Wfednesday, December 18
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Before it closes the boob, the Llamarada
Board wishes to express its gratitude to
the members of the Faculty Committee on
Publications for their courtesy and pa-
tience in reading the copy, and also to
extend its thanks to all those who, inten-
tionally or otherwise, have contributed to
Table of Contents
Portrait of Mary Lyon . Frontispiece
Preface .... . . 5
Board of Trustees ....... 8
Resolutions on the Death of Sidney li. .Hridginan . 9
The Faculty ....... 10
Fellows, Graduate Students, Honor Scholars 20
Senior Class Ofhccrs . . .. . . 22
llavellings from the Senior Tassel . 23
Senior Class ..... 25
ln Klemoriam ..... 40
Junior Class Officers .... 42
Scraps from the Junior Lunch Baskets . 43
Junior Class . ' .... 45
Sophomore Class Officers' . . 50
Pages from a Sophomore Notebook 51
Sophomore Class .... 53
Freshman Class Officers . 60
Freshman History . 61
Freshman Class . 63
Alumnae Associations . 68
The Students' League . 70
Le Giocose . . . 71
Debating' Society ..... 72
Young VVomen's Christian Association . 74
Student Volunteer Band . . . 80
The Mount Holyoke Board . 82
238 THE LLAMARADA
The Lr.AMix1mn.x Board . . 83
College Settlements Association 84
Department Clubs . . . 87
Social Clubs .... 87
Sophocles Authors' Society . 88
Cycle 'of Nirvana . . . 90
Secret Societies :--
Sigma Theta Chi . 92
Xi Phi Delta . 96
Psi Omega . . 100
Gamma Kappa . 104
Chi Delta Theta . . 108
Phi Beta Kappa . . 112
The Athletic Association . . 116
Junior Basketball Team . . . 117
Sophomore Basketball Team . . 118
Freshman Basketball Team . . 119
Glee Club . . . . 121
Banjo Club . . . 122
Mandolin Club . 123
May Day . . 125
Senior Play . . 130
Junior Play . . 131
Sophomore Play . . 133
German Play . . 134
Calendar .... . 136
Peeps at the College Campus . . 150
junior Grinds . . p . . . 155
Ten Little Freshmen . 194
Fire! ..... . 195
Wislies ..... . 196
The Real Diary of a Real Junior . 197
The Intangible . . . . 199
An Inventory ,... . 200
From the Bulletin Board . . 201
To the Minute Hand of a Clock . 202
The Sophomore Plaint .
Query . . .
A Tribute to 1-TCI .
The Eternal Question .
College Gi1'l'S journal .
Sketches by Our Artist '.
liliblieal Literature Quiz .
Little Journeys to the Haunts of Famous Wfomen . .
An Actual Day lnsicle the Stationery .
The XVallcs of the Four Classes .
NVhat the College Girl Ought
to Know .
Lansing Vanclerheyclen Hanimoncl .
Ravings of the ,liclitor-in-Chief
Junior Pronlenacle . .
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The Freshman's V
This dreamy little Freshman
Roomed all alone, you know,
And when she sat at study,
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One day the "math" was very dull,
Her weary head drooped lowg
Though resist she did with all her might,
She must to Dreamland go.
And oh, she had a happy time
As she hopped and skipped in gleeg
A Senior now she was indeed,
From irksome care set free.
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WHITE 85 WYCKOFF MFG. CO.
THE STATIONERY UF QUALITY
oUR SPECIAL OFFER
To quickly acquaint you with the excep-
tional qualities of AUTOCRAT Stationery,
we will send for ten cents, in stamps or
silver, a liberal assortment of these papers
in their varying sizes and tints, with envel-
opes to match. Also our interesting book-
let "Polite Correspondence," giving the
approved forms of extending and accepting
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The best dealers sell AUTOCRAT Sta-
Sent, charges prepaid, if unable to obtain.
MANUFA CTURING STA TIONERS
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L if Whitmore Manufacturing Co.
The drudgery of letter writing ii HOLYOKE, MASS.
' is changed to pleasure by the l
use of Manufacturers uf
'Z 1dFa'FQg1nf-jlyaffgfg SURFACE CoA TED PA PER and
SL It is a sw: tan friends
1 messenger be Ween - p CARDBOARD
V L. 2T"q31i'fQ'Q.5L1lll I
Qi 17.1 Broadway, 'New Yorlrl
'li Boston Saiidizxziaczileicrm Clmdxtru 'V
In Sophomore history :-" Now will you please go one
step further, Miss Foot?" V
- R. F. KELTON 6317 COMPANY
Dealers in POULTRY 'and VEGETABLES
FRESH FISH and OYSTERS
FRESH and SALT MEATS
DWIGHI' STREET HOLYOKE, MASSACHUSETTS
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TheCHAS. H. ELLIOTT SCOTT'S SOUVENIR
COMPANY POST CARDS
The Largest College Engraving House in the World A
Commencement Invitations and
Class Day Programs
, , ,
Da P ' E' L' Eastman s Kodalcs
A,,l M 1 ly
L, H ' A Z' P y A Photographic
ci .4 M .1 1 Supplles
F t lyl l fwrlln for
f A l Catalogue,
M3kEfB of Junior Prom Pf0gfnmS r
WORKS-17th STREET and LEHIGH AVENUE
' PHILADELPHIA, PA. AMHERST. MASS-
December 14. M--- S-1 invites thirty people to
chaperon her to Amherst.
H. E. CROWTHER E? CO.
Everything up to date 4
. H. E. CROWTHER E? CO.
356 Main St. , Springfield. Mass.
SPRINGFIELD OVAL TOILET PAPER
ESPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR
USE IN PUBLIC BUILDINGS
ECONOMICAL 1 CONVENIENT
HE PAPER is partly cut, so that on pulling the sheet
PM down the fixture turns over until it strikes the spring
and only one sheet will tear off at a time, being
Q"l-Wi so balanced that it will Hy back to its original
position, permitting the next sheet to drop down as shown
in illustration .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
MORGAN ENVELOPE COMPANY
Division : Springfield, Massachusetts
From a history notebook:-
"Venice tried to cease the lands of Caesar Borgiaf'
D. H. BRIGHAIVI SCO.
01112 Rvahg-tn-wear Svtnre
NEW and EXCLUSIVE STYLES
CLOAKS, SUITS, WAISTS, SKIRTS AND
Screens, Fancy Chairs, Fancy Rockers, Rattan
Rockers, Small Tables and Trunks of
LI VERM ORE 3? MARTIN
61 IJXVIGHT ST., HOLYOKIC, MASS.
FRANK .I HEGY
81 Dwight Street, H olyolee, Mass.
ICLMVVOOIJ DYE NVORKS
EXPERT D YICRS and CLEANERS
FINIC DRY CLEANING
Go to Holyoke and Springheld to do your Drug
Store Shopping when there is a First-Class
Drug Store right at home?
G LESMANN BRGTH ERS
SOUTII IIADLEY MASSACl'IUSlC'l"1'S
Faculty and Students all will
wear Walk-Over Shoes after
first trial. Sold in Holyoke
W. T. BURNS SHOE CO.
221 High street
A-- Ni, '10, purchases a one-cent blue hook
and remarks, " Charge it, please !!' "
From the Studio ol'
Carl Vilhelm Pohlson
E I M E M E N D
WHOLESALE DRUGGIS T S
205-2Il THIRD AVENUE, Corner 18th Street, NEW YORK
Importers and Manufacturers of Druggists' Sundries,
ChemicalApparatus and Fine Chemicals. We make a
Specialty of Balances and Weights of every description.
Urinary and Blood-Testing Apparatus, Graduated
Ware, Etc ....t .....
We handle everything that
is needed in a laboratory
BACTERIOLOGICAL APPARATUS OF EVERY KIND
Freshma.n's mother :-"That man's at least six feet tall 5--and
lame in one of them!"
U S E
iiaranna' Amrriran Brewing
Parsons Paper Co.
High and Suffolk Streets
Reliable Spring Goods for women who care about style,
finish, and price. Our HBESSE SPECIAL" SHOE, at 33.50.
Rochester make, four dollar value.
We Give Most for the Money
49 PRATT STREET
'Tis a Fault to be Ignorant
of such an essential as the knowledge of MEATS
and their PREPARATION. Our specialty is not
only in the selling of the finest grades of meats ob-
tainable, but also in their most artistic yet eco-
nomical preparation forimmediate use
E. L. LYMAN, 569 Dwight St.
Established 1888 Telephone 438
woman. And after a l
Is the delight of ever?
how little of it is really
fine, even when you pay good prices. Hut this is what we offer-
really FINE hosiery. Our EXTRA QUALITY SILK LISLE,
all b ack, 50 cents er pair, 52.75 per half dozen, have delighted the
most exacting. fgnwe also showa line of exquisite HAND EM-
BROIDERED SILK I-IOSIERV-the most select afforded by the
trade. We invite you to call and inspect our stock.
J. O. SAWTELL
478 Main Street Springfield, Mass.
Miss Wallace :-" I won't dwell long on
the bumhlebee. "
Is signed to YOUR PHOTO
It is a pleasure to SHOW IT
H if the name VAN NORMAN
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Howard Gaylord 85 Co.
Manufacturers of Sash, Doors and Blinds,
Screens, Glass cut to order, Skeels,
College Street, South Hadley, Mass.
Dowling 81 Bunyan
The Store of Specialties
Sole Agents lor
339 High sf. Holyoke.
C' H' S0utli:tlili:1!ll:l2gi-rlliflass.
The nearest lirst-class hotel to the college
only 20 minutes by trolley
Lunches served nt any time during the day without notice 4
Little dinners and class banquets a specialty
TalaDlmna35 Ge0,H.BOWkef8C0- OPPOSITE - ROCKEFELLER - HALL
Miss Talbot remarks 1-" Of course you can't really see your own face, Miss Willis, but you do look
at it very often in the mirror."
C. N. FITT NORTHAMPTON, MASS.
Ilhrr Man one-bay ofour bnxfzzess in the past few years has been in furnishing college clorrni-
tories and public institutions, including Student Furniture, Desks, Tables, etc., Draperies,
Rugs, Screens, and all items of merchandise used by students.
We solz'r'z'i L'07'l'L'.S'f0l1dL'7lL'L' and will certainly save all purchasers at least ten per cent. and de-
liver goods at Mount Holyoke College in good condition.
Ezzfb Siyblmzbwr, at the opening of the college year, we shall have in South Hadley a stock of
merchandise in Furniture, Rugs, and Drapery Goods, to show the Students of Mount
Holyoke College. I tr. N. l"lT'1'S, No1:THAM1'ToN, MASS.
c ix llllhll mu lRlNIl xx AIRINIISS
8 Good Rigs and Reasonable
flistnblished msn Prices. Rubber Tires
Upper End of Common South Hadley, Mass.
South Hadley, Mass.
The Misses T ourtellotte
OFFICE AND WORKS ,iwrvw-KYYYQ, rv-NMAY-n
29 Streets Holyoke: Mass. Mount Holyoke Guest House and Tea Room
F-a-ces M-c-v-y ,09 :-"Say, the girls say they exchange skates at the Ice Carnival,
It must be an awful bother, and I should n't think they'd fit."
N. E. PRESTON, D.D.S. PLYMOUTH INN
Nitrous Omde Gas Adm'n'5med Centrally located opposite Smith College.
110031 Anaesfhfflcs Used Modern in all its appointments. Rooms
Crown and Bridge Wm-ka Specialty singly or en suite. Excellent cuisine.
Spreads and Banquets, so popular with
.. A' college girls, prepared .t .l -t t' ,
Office houls - 8'3O a' m' to IZ'-30 P' m' Rates reasonable, For furtliier p:rili2dla1'sno Ice
A P PLY TO
Mrs. Charlotte M. Morgan, Manager.
SHIRT WAISTS and TAILOR-MADE SUITS
to measure. The latest fashion. None but best
workmen employed. All work guaranteed.
Ladies' garments cleaned, pressed and repaired.
MILLINERY made to order at reasonable prices
D. D AD ET T I
PWM i4LQ'l'Lsa.. i?QHit-ilf5?M- Holyoke- Mm-
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Artistic Wall
Papers, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, etc. Estimates
furnished for painting buildings. Fine Art
Dealer--Water Colors, Oils, Etchings. Framing
in all its branches. Fine gold work a specialty
ti.. .E Hursman Tennis Rackets Hair Dressing Mamumg Shampmng
i I l FOR 1907
if' 'tl ii 'iii Mfss M QUILLAN
ig r STAND FIRST 0
1 I in HAIRDRESSER
5,: . ng' Design, W0,kma,,shiP, HAIR Goons MADE T0 ORDER
lil Playing Qualities,
1 Durability Scalp and Ball Building, Room 51
I Facial Massage Holyoke, Mass.
is gn Unrivaled in balance, string- h
ii. y f
ing and Gnish
'l'lu- "Cl-n!nul"' ilnuhln frunlu und
Thu "St-nhrlp1hL" urine nlmulilulwi
'l'lw "A-1 Model" putt-nt ut-ntrnl
The HHOTRIIHIII Expert" unnu hunclln
The "Ilyrh"' pulcnt knotted stringlng
Sl-nil for vntnlnguc, frets
E. i. HORSMAN co.
365-367 BROADWA Y, NEW YORK
Solis Il. S. Swelling Agvlnn for thi- fuln-
--1.11, A '- lui 1 m uns nn tn i A
iilillilnd' Appiididicl by the U.S.N.L.'1'.A.
THE PALACE OF SWEETS
1-Iome-Made Candies, Bonbons :mud
Carainols. .Ice Crezun, year around
313 High Street E? 87 Dwight Street
HOL YOKE, MASS.
We are told in class that the singular of
majz' is 11zQgfz2'z'a1z.
WALNUT HILL SCHOOL
' NATICK. MASS.
A College Preparatory School for Girls
Seventeen miles from Boston
MISS CONANII' and MISS BIGELOW, Principals
DON'T BE AFRAID TO BRING IN
THAT SMALL REPAIR JOB
You Have Nedlectecl So Land
Diamond Setting, Optical Work and Engraving
183 High Street Holyoke, Mass.
ALL CARS PASS THE MOST
Up-to-Date Boolc and Stationery Store
WM. B. WHITING COAL CO.
Dealers in Coal and Woocl
in Hol olce .
--4 M1llWood and
Eq ml to nny in New Enqlantl. My ati. in your Yenrlmolt is for ' '
I lwusiness, Cnn I det some aI it? Klndllng
Yours truly. T
R. R. NICKERSON
I5 Main Street, next to New Post Office. St. Holyoke. Mass-
First-class of all ltincls
BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS
All Worlc Guaranteed I
Slice Laces oI all ltincls. All leadinl lzrnnds of Slloc
Blnclcinu, Dressings, Etc.
F H SENIOR BUILDING i
College Street South Hadley, Moss. Holyoke, Massachusetts
Wheaton Serninarli Fo' Yarn? CIT'
Rev. Samuel V. Cole, A.M., D.D., Presitlent
SEVENTY-SECOND YEAR began Sept. 19, 1906. Endowed college
' Hay, Grain ancl
preparatory. CertiHcntes to college. Advnnced courses Ior liiili school F d S
Urnduntes nnfl others. Art nnd music. Experiencecl tencllers. Native
French und German. New lzriclt gymnasium with resident instructor: ten-
nis, l1nsltetl1nll,6elJ lxoelcey, iolf. Steam unrl electricity. Heultlmful lo-
cation, witl1in 30 miles of Boston. For cataloiue nni'I views, ndsiress
Wheaton Seminary, Norton, Mass. Main Street Holyolce, Mass.
. 2 7
Miss Bacon announces:-"I made a waist for my room to-day
It turns out to be a kimono.
FARR ALPACA COMPANY
l.. NVarcl:-" If it were not for our involuntary attention to loud noises,
we might often be killed."
Holyoke Water-Power Company
LET US HAVE YOUR NEXT ORDER FOR
lt' it is a topic card or a college yearbook, we can do it.
Best of facilities. Allcars to and from the
college pass our floor. Get off at
the Whitcomb Building. No
charge for delivery
Doyle Printing Company ri.,1y..kc,M..,..
C. H. PRENTISS
High Street, Holyoke, Massachusetts
HOW ABOUT YOUR PRINTING
Is n't there a little printing campaign
in which we can aid you
No sloppy printing goes printingwhere they'knnw
with successful business . row' and where they take
men nowadaysg place your 'everlasting pains' with it
ALL KINDS OF PRINTING
Transcript Publishing Company
Address Box 381
Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass.
IN THIS BOOK
WERE. MAQE. ev 'rr-4-E
HQQTRIC CLY ENGRAVING
B U F-FALO, N .Y,.
Index to Advertisements
Aclznns, Hein'y, X Co, ,
Allen, M. A., M Son , ,
American Paul and Paper Co. .
Dailey, llznilcs X llirlrlle Co. .
llartlett llros. . 1 . .
Dates, C. H. ..., ,
,llerlcsliire and Ileeket Sill: Companies
llent Sz llush .....
llesse-Mills Co. . .
lloston Sz llflaine Railroznl .
llowker, Cleo. H. . .
lloyclelfs . . .
lloynton's Livery Stable .
llriclginzln Sz Lylnun .
llrigliznn, D. ll., K Co. .
liurns, XV. 'l'., Shoe Co. .
C ll Corset . . .
Childs, Thos. S.
Conway, M. P. .
Cotrell X l.eonzu'cl .
Cox Sons X Vining' .
Crowthcr, H. lf. .
Dean, XV. T. . .
'Denel's Drug Store .
Dietz linking Co., The .
Dowling Sz llunyan . .
Doyle l,1'1l1tll1Q' Co. . .
liztton-Hurllmt Pgiper Co.
liiiner K Amenml . .
Electric City Engraving Co. .
Elliot, Chas. lol., Co. .
Elmwood Dye Wforks .
Farr Alpaca Co. .
Field Sz Sinclair .
Felice, 1".' H. . .
lfitts, C. N. . .
Fitzgeralds llookstorc .
Forbes Sz Wallace . .
Gaylord, l-Toward, Sz Co. .
lesmann Bros. . .
Hampden Glazed l-'aper anc
Hegy, Frank . .
Holyoke Water Power Co.
Iflorsinan, E. l., Co. .
Humpliry, Florist .
.lensen's . . .
judd .Paper Co. .
Kelton, R. E. . .
Livcrinore Sz Martin
Ll.AMARADA . .
Lyman, E. T.. . .
McQuillan, Miss .
Merriam, G. Sz C., Co. .
Morgan Envelope Co.
Morse Sz Haynes .
Mount Tom . . .
National lllank Hook Co..
Nickerson, R. R. . .
Palace of Sweets, The .
l'arHtt Art and Decorating'
Parsons Paper Co. . .
l.-'lyinonth lnn . .
.l,J0l1lS0l'I, Carl V. .
,l'rentiss, Ilrooks X Co. .
l Card Co. . .
Prentiss, C. H. . ,
Prentiss, Geo. NV.. 81 Co. .
Prentiss, R. A., . .
Preston, N. E.
Prospect House .
Ramsay, Mrs. E. .
Rand, A. J. .
Rappetti, P. .
Salad, S. . . . .
Sawtell, J. O. . . .
Shreve, Criimp 81 Low Co. .
Shuman, A. . . .
Skinner, W111., Mfg, Co. ,
Smith Bros. . . .
Sorosis Shoe Co. . .
Springfield Republican .
Steiger, A., 8: Co. . .
Teachers' Agency, Albany .
Teachers' Agency, Fisk .
Teachers, Agency, Pratt . . .
Teachers' Co-operative Association
Tourtellotte, The Misses . . .
Transcript . . .
Van Norman, Geo. H. .
VValnut Hill School .
VVaterman, L. E. . .
VVheaton Seminary . .
Wliite 81 VVyckoff Mfg. Co. .
Wliitiiig Coal Co. . .
Wllitiiig Paper Co. . .
Wliitiiiore Mfg. Co. .
Wclmln, H. J., 81 Co. .
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