Mount Holyoke College - Llamarada Yearbook (South Hadley, MA)
- Class of 1925
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The Board of Trustees
JOSEPH ALLEN SKINNER, Ph.B., President . . Holyoke, Massachusetts
REVEREND HENRY ALBERT STIMSON, D.D. . . New York City
SARAH PORTER EASTMAN, Litt.D. . . Wellesley, Massachusetts
MARY EMMA WOOLLEY, M.A., Litt.D., L.H.D., L.L.D.
E.v-officio ........ South Hadley, Massachusetts
ALFRED REDINGTON KIMBALL . . . . New York City
WILLIAM HENRY BUTTON, M.A. . . New York City
CHARLES BULKLEY HUBBELL, M.A. . . New York City
HENRY BROWN DAY . . . . . Boston, Massachusetts
HOWELL CHENEY, M.A. .... South Manchester, Connecticut
REVEREND ROCKWELL HARMON POTTER, D.D. Hartford, Connecticut
EDWARD BLISS REED, Ph.D. . . .
ALEXANDER MEIKLEJOHN, Ph.D., LL.D.
FRANCIS PARSONS, B.A., LL.B., Secretary
FRANK BECKWITH TOWNE . .
MRS. RICHARD MARCH HOE .
WILLIAM HORACE DAY, D.D. .
EDWARD N. WHITE - . .
DR. BOYD EDWARDS . .
F. CHARLES SCHWEDTMAN .
GEORGE DVVIGHT PRATT . . .
QFMRS. LETITIA THOMAN EVANS, B.A.
QKMARGARET MCGILL, B.A. . . .
"'MRS. CHARLOTTE LEAVITT GILPATRI
mChosen by the Alumnae.
. New Haven, Connecticut
. . . New York City
. Hartford, Connecticut
. New York City
. Bridgeport, Connecticut
. Pottstown, Pennsylvania
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MARY EMMA WOOLLEY, M.A., L1TT.D., L.H.D., LL.D., Prz'sident on Mzzry E.
B.A., M.A,, Litt.D., Brown University, L.H.D., Amherst College, LL.D., Smith College,
M.A., LL.D., Yale University.
Chairman, College Entrance Examination Board, Senator, United Chapters, Phi Beta
Kappa, National Board of Young Women's Christian Association, Massachusetts League
of Women Voters QChairman of Committee on Citizenshipj, League of Nations Non-
Partisan Association fDirector, Vice-Chairman of the Massachusetts Branchj, Inter-
collegiate Bureau of Occupations in New York City fAdvisory Boardl, American Associa-
tion University Women fChairman of Subcommittee on Scholarshipsj, American Friends
of Greece Qlrlonorary Committeej, American School of Oriental Research in Jerusalem
CManaging Committeej, American Society for Labor Legislation QAdvisory Councillg
Christian Education in Mission Field CAmerican Section of Committeei, National Com-
mittee of One Hundred for Law Enforcement, National Council of Women QCommittee
on Peace and Arbitrationjg Near East Relief fAmerican Committee, National Woman's
Committee, and President's Committee of One Hundredj , National Council of the National
Economic League to Represent the state of Massachusetts, Rhode Island Branch Woman's
Board of Missions fVice-Presidentj , Advisory Committee, Student Friendship Fund, Ameri-
can Association for Promoting Scientific Research Among Women, Corporate Member of
American Board of Commissioners tor Foreign Missions, American Society for Judicial
Settlement of International Disputes, Association of American Colleges, Church Peace
League of America CCharter Memberj, Hall of Fame CBoard of Electorsl, League for
Permanent Peace, National Council of Congregational Churches in the United States CCom-
mittee of Religious Education, Honorary Memberi, New England Woman's Press Associ-
ation, Rhode Island Society for Collegiate Education of Women, Society of Biblical Liter-
ature and Exegesis, Salem Society for Higher Education for VVomen fHonorory Memberl ,
Board of Directors, World Alliance for Promoting International Friendship Throughout
the Churches, Board of Governors, Christian College for Women in Madras, TRUSTEE!
International College, Springfield, Lake Erie College, Woodrow YVilson Foundation,
Member College Club, Boston, Cosmopolitan Club, New York City, New England Whea-
ton Seminary Club, Pawtucket Chapter D. A. R., Pawtucket Woman's Club, Sorosis,
Springfield College Club, Women's University Club, New York City. AUTHOR: historical
monographs, Early History of the Colonial Pos! Office, Defuelopment of the Lofve of Ro-
mantir Sz'er1z'ry in Ameriraj also numerous educational articles.
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
FLORENCE PURINGTON, L1TT.D., Dean
B.S., Litt.D., Mount Holyoke College, University of Michigan, Harvard University Summer
School, Member of the National Educational Association, Member of the New England
Association of College and Preparatory Schools, Member of the National Association of
Deans, Member of the American Association of Social Workers, Supporting Member of the
Bureau of Vocational Information, Member of the American Association of University
Women, Member of the Foreign Policy Association, Member of the League of Nations
Non-Partisan Association, Phi Beta Kappa Society.
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
CAROLINE BOARDMAN GREENE, M.A., Registrar
M.A., Mount Holyoke College, Member of the New England Association of Colleges and
Preparatory Schools, Member of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars, Phi
Beta Kappa Society.
South Hadley, Massach'usg1f,r,
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MARY ASHBY CHEEK, MA., Exeeutifve Secretary of the Board of Jdmission
B.A., Mount Holyoke College: M.A., Columbia Universityg General Secretary of the Young
Woman's Christian Association, Mount Holyokeg Traveling Secretary of the Presbyterian
Board in New York Cityg Dean of Kentucky College for Women, 1922-1923.
229 North Third Street, Danville, Kentuelzy
WALTER BATES ADAMS, Treasurer
South lladley, Massarhusetts.
ELLA SILL DICKINSON, B.A., Assistant Registrar
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg Registrar, National Cathedral School, Washington, District
Of C0lUmbl3i P111 Beta Kapiti! SOCICYY- South Hadley, Massarhusetts.
HELEN MACMURTRIE VOORHEES, B.A., Assistant to the Dean
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg Secretary to the National Secretary of the Phi Beta Kappa
SOCICYY- 1-1-5 W'est 55th Street, Nefw York City
HARRIET NEWHALI,, B.A., Assistant to the Presizleut
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg B.S. Simmons College.
795 Sumner Afvenue, Springjield, Massaehusetls
CONSTANCE GAMWEI,L, B.A., Secretary to the Dean
B.A., Mount Holyoke College. 11 Oxford Street, Pittsfield, Massarlzuselts.
SARAH REBECCA TIRRELL, B.A., Secretary in the Office of the Board of Admission '
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg B.S., Simmons College.
401 Moraine Street, Broeleton, Massarhusetts.
OLIVE COPELAND, B.A., Secretary to the President
B.A., Smith College. 205 Elm Street, Northampton, Massafhusetts.
GRACE HAZEI. TRASK, B.A., Secretary to the Registrar
B.S., Simmons College. Sterling, Massarhusetts.
VERA BELLE FAIRBANKS, Secretary to the Treasurer
306 Suffield Street, Agafwam, Mttssarhitsetts
ELIZA GAYLORD, B.A., Secretary to the Registrar
B.A. Mount Holyoke Collegeg B.S., Simmons College.
2 llfilliams Street, Holyoke, Massachusetts.
HATTIE CELIA TINKHAM, Assistant to the Treasurer
62 Cedar Street, Taunton, Massarhuselts.
FRANCIS MARION BROWN, Assistant to the Treasurer and to the Field Secretary
49 Bofwers Street, Holyoke, Massarhusetts.
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The Alumnae Association of Mount Holyoke College
ELIZABETH HOWELL WILKINS The Congressional, Washington, D. C.
LENA ALDRICH SCHUSTER Main Street, East Douglas, Massachusetts
LOTTIE G. BISHOP 313 Norton Street, New Haven, Connecticut
FLORENCE CLEMENT Mount Holyoke College
MARGARET O. COOK 8 Lisbon Street, Worcester, Massachusetts
A. ELIZABETH ADAMS Mount Holyoke, College
MARY R. ELY Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York
GROSVENOR ALLEN Kenwood, New York
HELEN GAYLORD MILLER 4 High Street, Turners Falls, Massachusetts.
MARY PRESTON 262 Ann Street, Hartford, Connecticut
KATHARINE FLOWERS 56 Auburn Avenue, Columbus, Ohio
PRESIDENTS OF LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS
EVELYN HERSEY Y. W. C. A., 26 South Broadway, Baltimore, Maryland
THEODORE M. POMEROY Dalton, Massachusetts
HANSON H. WEBSTER 1647 Beacon Street, Brooklyn, Massachusetts
WILLIAM C. BAKER 225 Sterling Ave., Buffalo, New York
Central New Yorl:
FREDERICK C. FERRY Clinton, New York
DORO'I'HY FLOWERS 56 Auburn Avenue, Columbus, Ohio
HARRIET C. MAOEE Hotel Melbourne, 4625 N. Racine Ave., Chicago, Ill.
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MISS MARIONN B- PRATT 10071 Kee Mar Court, Cleveland, Ohio
Eastern Connecticut '
MISS MARY A. C. AVERY 44 Oneco Street, Norwich, Connecticut
MRS. GEORGE W. PARKER 259 French Street, Bangor, Maine
liastern PJetv l'ork
MRS. WILLARD W. ANDREWS 1090 Madison Avenue, Albany, New York
MRS. WEBSTER K. CLARK 111 Main Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts
DR. GRACE STEVENS 32 Bedford Terrace, Northampton, Massachusetts
MRS. JAMES N. H. CAMPBELL 674 Prospect Avenue, Hartford, Connecticut
MRS. CHARLES N. THORP 135 Pearl Street, Holyoke, Massachusetts
MRS. JOHN W. WEDDELL 3939 Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana
Miss ANNA O. TEMPLE 901 Walnut Street, Atlantic, Iowa
MRS. S. WELLS OTLEY 1964 Edison Avenue, Detroit, Michigan
MRS. H. K. FAINTER, JR. 4817 Fremont Avenue, So. Minneapolis, Minnesota
MRS. GEORGE H. O,BRIEN 316 Laurel Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri
, ' lVezu ffainpshire
MRS. ROBERT WALBRIDGE 68 Concord Street, Peterboro, New Hampshire
MRS. FRED R. FAIRCHILD Rogers Road, Whitneyville, Connecticut
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MRS. HENRY N. SNIVELY 240 West Dudley Avenue, Westfield, New jersey
MRS J. TALBOT JOHNSON Aberdeen, North Carolina
MRS ALICE M. ROWELL 1055 Miller Avenue, Berkley, California
hdns IRENE I1ORTON CRARY , 508 Iibeny Sweep YVarrmL Pennqdvanm
MRS. GEORGE W. MERRILL 432 Lahoma Avenue, Norman, Oklahoma
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CHARLES C. HEYI. 6329 Greene Street, Germantown, Pennsylvania
MAURICE D. COOPER
5430 Auleshoro Avenue, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
JAMES G. STUART 5209 15th Street, N. B., Seattle, Washington
FLORA B. SHEPI-ARD 24 Everett Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island
GEORGE R- FESSENDEN, JR. 86 Clay Street, Rochester, New York
HELEN G- FISK 478 Center Street, Pasadena, California
MARION F. STIBBS 31 Westford Avenue, Springfield, Massachusetts
GRACE M. EATON 1618 Shelby Avenue, Nashvllle, Tennessee
RUTH W. rl'EMPLE Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont
THOMAS C, JOHNSON V NOX 881 Norfolk, Virginia
PVashington, D. C.
EVELYN R. THOMPSON 1770 Kilbourne Place, Washington, D. C.
FRANK B. NOBLE 90 Pine Street, Waterbury, Connecticut
ALFRED NICKERSON VVCSY Street, Portland, Maine
WILLIAM S. PIPER RCSCYVOII' Street, HOMCH, Massachusetts
ARTHUR C. AI,EXANDER 2561 Jones Street, Honolulu, Hawaii
CARLETON LACY 23 YUCH Ming Yuen Road, Shanghai, China
JEREMIAH DAS Gorakpore, India
C I B. 'IV ' I h' , T k .
HARLES ENNEY South India C lgaya O yo, Japrm
ELIZABETH W. CONKLIN BIUCCHUH, Kodaikanal,, South India
MARY A. HALL Constantinople W0man,5 College, Constantinople, Turkey
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Faculty and Staff
DEPARTMENT or ART AND ARCHAISOLOGY
LOUISE FITZ-RANDOLPH, M.A., Emeritus Pro esror o flrvlzaroloz ' and Histor o'
M.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg University of Berling University of Chicagog American
Schools of Classical Studies at Athens and at Romeg Head of the Depa.rtment of History
and Art, Lake Erie Collegeg Lecturer in History of Art in the Western Reserve School of
Designg Member of the Managing Committee of the American School of Classical Studies
at Athensg Member of the Archeological Institute of Americag Member of the Classical
Association of Western New England.
South Hadley, Mzurarhmettr.
CAROLINE MO'RRIS GALT, B.A., Professor of Arclirzeology and Greek
B.A., Bryn Mawr Collegeg University of Chicagog Columbus Universityg American School
of Classical Studies at Romeg Member of the Managing Committee of the American School
of Classical Studies at Athensg Member of the New England Classical Associationg Member
of the Archa:olo ical Institute of Americag Mem-ber of the American Association of Uni-
versity Professorsg Associate Member of the American Numismatic b0Cl6ty.
South Ilazllfy, Marsa'rhu.rett.v.
FLORENCE VVINSLOW Foss, M.A., flxrociate Professor
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg M.A., Wellesley Collegeg University of Chicago: Art IIIsti-
tute, Chicagog Member of the College Art Associationg Member of the American Associa-
tion of University Professorsg School of American Sculpture.
South Iladlry, Mass1u'll1t.velt.v.
RTRUDE STEWART HYDE, B.A., Associate Professor
B.A. Mount Holyoke Collegeg Norwich Art Schoolg Art Students' League, New York,
Art Lea ue Summer Schools' University of Chicagog Member of the College Art Associa-
tiong Member of the American Association of University Professorsg Phi Beta Kappa
South Iladlfy, Mar.mrhu.vett.v.
CATHERINE WILSON PIERCE, M.A., Assistant Professor
Yale AI't School, New Haveng B.A., Smith Collegeg M.A., Radclifieg American Academy at
MARJORIE ELEANOR SMITH, B.A., Assistant
B.A., Mount Holyoke College.
Beafver Brook Farm, Bridgton, Maine.
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DEPARTMENT OF ASTRONOMY .
NE SEWELL YOUNG, Ph.D., Professor and Director of John Payson Willistorz
L.B., S.M., Carleton Collegeg Ph.D., Columbia Universityg Goodsell Observatory, North-
field, Minnesota, University of Chicagog Professor' of Mathematics, Whitman College,
Walla Walla, Washington, Research Assistant, Yerkes Observatoryg Fellow of the Royal
Astronomical Society, Member of the American Astronomical Societyg Member of the
Nantucket Maria Mitchell Associationg Member of the American Association of University
Professors, Member of the American Association of Variable Star Observers, Fellow of
the American Association for the Advancement of Scienceg Phi Beta Kappa Society.
Winona Lake, Indiana
ALICE HALL FARNSWORTH, Ph.D., xlssistant Professor
B.A., Mount Holyoke, M.S., Ph.D., University of Chicagog Yerkes Observatoryg Elizabeth
Bardwell Memorial Fellow, Fellow in Astronomy, University of Chicago, Member of the
American Astronomical Associationg Member of the American Association for the Ad-
vancement of Scienceg Member of the American Association of Variable Star Observers,
Member of the American Association of University Professorsg Member of the American
Association of University Women, Phi Beta Kappa Society.
3 Spring Street, Taunton, Massachusetts.
DEPARTMENT OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE
LAURA HULDA WILD, B.D., Professor on the Helen Day Gould Foundation
B.A., Smith Collegeg B.D., Hartford Theological Seminary, Professor of Biblical History
and Literature, Doane College and Lake Eirie College: National Secretary of the Young
Women's Christian Association, Pastor of Congregational Church, Lincoln, Nebraskag
Member of the Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesisg Member of the Association of
Biblical Instructors in American Colleges and Secondary Schools, Member of Fund for
American Schools of Oriental Research of Fellowship for Christian Social Order, Member
of the Hampshire Ministers' Association, Member of the Biblical Club of Springfield, Mass-
achusetts, Member of the Commissionof the Church Boards of Education in the United
States on Bible Study for Secondary Schoolsg Member of the Board of Directors of Clarke
School for the Deaf, Northampton, Massachusettsg Phi Beta Kappa Society.
South Hadley, Massarhusetts.
MARY INDA I-IUSSEY PH.D., Professor on the Helen Day Gould Founzlation
Ph.B., Earlham Collegeg Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, Graduate Scholar, Bryn Mawr Col-
legeg Fellow in Semitic Languages, University of Pennsylvaniag University of Leipzigg
Instructor in Biblical History, Wellesley Collegeg Fellow of the Baltimore Association for
the Promotion of University Education of Womeng Holder of the Alice Freeman Palmer
Memorial Fellowship of the Association of Collegiate Alumnaeg Assistant in the Harvard
Semitic Museum, Field Secretary of the Fund for Ofriental and Archaeological Biblical Re-
searchg Member of the American Oriental Societyg Member of the Society of Biblical
Literature and Exegesisg Member of the Vorderasiatische Gesellschaftg Member of the
Association of Biblical Instructors in American Colleges and Secondary Schoolsg Member
of the Religious Education Associaliong Member -of the American Association of University
Womeng Member of the Fellowship of Reconciliation, Member of the League gf Nations
Non-Partisan Associationg Member of the Women's International League for Peace and
South Hadley, Mrusachusetts,
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CHARLES ARTHUR HAWLEY, PH.D., Associate Professor .
B.A., Hamilton Collegeg B.D., and S.T.M., Union Theological Seminaryg Ph.D., Columbia
Universityg Graduate Fellow in Biblical Literature, University of Baselg Graduate Scholar
in Semitic, University of Halleg Associate of American School of Oriental Research
in Jerusalemg Assistant Pastor Manhattan Congregational Churchg Member of the Society
of Biblical Literature and Exegesisg Member of Deutsche Morgenlandische Gesellschaftg
Professor of Biblical History and Literature at Springfield Y. M. C. A. College.
4 38 Dumoreland .4fvenue, Springfield, Massachusetts,
ESTELLA FREEMAN, A.B., Instructor
A.B., Wellesleyg Member of the society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis.
DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY
HENRIETTA EDGECOM E HOOKER, P1-LD., Emeritus Professor
Ph.B., Ph.M., Ph.D., Syracuse Universityg Marine'Biological Laboratory, Wood's Holeg
Massachusetts Institution of Technologyg Berlin University: Member of International
Association of Botanyg Member of American Association of University Women.
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
ALMA GRACE S'rocKY, PH.D., Professor
B.A., Oberlin Collegeg Ph.D., University of Chicagog Marine Biological Laboratory,
Wood's Holeg Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Scienceg
Member of the Botanical Society of Americag Member of the Sullivant Moss Societyg Mem-
ber of the American Association of University Professorsg Sigma Xi Societyg Phi Beta
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
ANNA MORSE STARR, PH.D., Associate Professor
B.L., Ohio Wesleyan Universityg Bryn Mawr Collegeg B.A., M.A., Oberlin Collegeg Ph.D.,
University of Chicagog Member of the American Association for the Advancement of
Scienceg Marine Biological Laboratory, VVood's Holeg Fellow in Botany, University of
Chicagog Member of the British Association for the Advancement of Scienceg Member of
the Botanical Society of Americag Member of the Ecological Society of Americag Sigma
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
ASA STEPHEN KINNEY, S.M., Instructor in Floriculture
S.B., Boston Universityg S.M., Massachusetts Agricultural Collegeg Member of the Na-
tional Forestry Associationg Member of the National Geographic Society.
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
SARAH JANE AGARD, M.A., Curator of the Botanical lllaseam
B.A., M.A., Mount Holyoke College.
, South Hadley, Massachusetts.
MARGARE'l' KEMl', M.A., Assistant
B.A., Smithg M.A., Radclifiieg Marine Biological Laboratory.
108 Mt. Vernon Street, West Roxbury, Massachusetts.
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DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
'EMMA PERRY CARR, P1-LD., Professor
S.B., University of Chicago, Ohio State University, Mount Holyoke College, Ph.D., Uni-
versity of Chicago, Holder of the Mary E. VVoolley Fellowship, University of Chicago,
Holder of Loenthal Fellowship, University of Chicago, Queenls University, Belfast, Ire-
land, Member of the American Chemical Society, Sigma Xi Society, Member of the
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Member of the American Associa-
tion of University Professors.
DOROTHY ANNA HAHN, PH.D., I rofess-or
B.A., Bryn Mawr College, Ph.D:, Yale University, University of Leipzig, Fellow in Chem-
istry, Bryn Mawr College, Holder of the Anna C. Prescott Fellowship of the Association
of Collegiate Alumnae, Yale University, Holder of the Currier Fellowship, Yale Univer-
sity, Head of the Department of Chemistry at the Pennsylvania College for Women, Mem-
lgenof American Chemical Society, Member of the German Chemical Society, Sigma Xi
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
LOUISA STONE STEVENSON, PH.D., Professor
B.A., Vassar College, Ph.D., Cornell University, Holder of the Lydia Pratt Babbott Fel-
lowship, Cornell University, Instructor in Chemistry, Vassar College, Instructor in Chem-
istry, Wellesley College, Head of the Department of Chemistry, Sweet Briar College,
Sigma Xi Society, Phi Beta Kappa Society, Member of the American Association of Uni-
45 Princeton Street, Lo-well, Massachusetts.
MARY LURA SHERRILL, PH.D., Associate Professor
B.A., M.A., Randolph-Macon Woman's College, University of Chicago, Instructor in
Chemistry, Adjunct-Professor Chemistry, Acting Head of Department of Chemistry, Ran-
dolph-Macon Woman's College, Associate Professor of Chemistry, N. C. College for Wo-
men, Associate Chemist, Chemical Warfare Service, Member of American Chemical So-
ciety, Sigma Xi Society.
818 Hfest hffarket Street, Greensboro, Nort Caroline,
MARGARET M. KELLEY, PH.D., flssistant Professor
B.A., Mount Holyoke College, M.A., Ph.D., Columbia University, Member of the American
Association for the Advancement of Science, Member of the American Chemical Society,
Sigma Xi Society.
383 Lehigh Afveuue, Pittsburg, Pennsylfvania.
EDITH REBECCA BARsTow, B.A., Curator
B.A., Mount Holyoke College.
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
FVELYN TIBBITS, B.A., Graduate Fellow and Assistant
B.A., Cornell University.
Q Utica, New York.
ELIZABETH GILMAN, B.A., Graduate Fellow and Assistant
B.A., Mount Holyoke College, Phi Beta Kappa Society.
37 G"f'f'1 Sffffft Gardner, Massachusetts.
'On leave of absence for the second semester.
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MARION E. MACLEAN, B.A., Assistant
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg Phi Beta Kappa.
647 Cooke Street, Waterbury, Conn
GEORGIA R. GIDDINGS, B.A., Graduate Fellow
B.A., Columbia University.
344 State Street. Brooklyn, Nefw York.
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY
AMY HISWES, PH.D., Professor
B.A., Goucher Collegeg Ph.D., University of Chicagog University of Berling Fellow in
Sociology, University of Chicagog Fellow of the Baltimore Association for the Promotion
of University Education of Womeng Member of the American Economic Association, Amer-
ican Sociological Society, Royal Economics Society, American Association of University
Professorsg Executive Secretary, Massachusetts Minimum Wage Commissiong Executive
Secretary, Committee on VVomen in Industry, Council of National Defense, Supervisor
Industrial Service Section, Ordnance Departmentg Instructor in Economics of Bryn Mawr
Summer School for Women Workers in Industryg Phi Beta Kappa Society.
1735 Linden Afuenue, Baltimore, Maryland,
ALZADA COMSTOCK, PH.D., Associate Professor
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg M.A., Columbia Universityg Ph.D., Columbia Universityg
Research Fellow, Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy: Holder of the Bardwell Me-
morial Fellowship, Columbia Universityg Harvard Universityg London School of Econom-
ics, University of Londong Member of the American Economic Associationg Member of
the American Statistical Associationg Member of the Royal Economic Societyg Associate
in Economics, Barnard College.
, South Hadley, Massaeh1tsetts.
E11-1121. BARBARA DIETRICH, PH.D., Associate Professor
B.A,, Vassar College, M.A., University of Wisconsing Ph.D., University of Wisconsing Uni-
versity of Chicago, Vassar Fellow, University of Wisconsing Fellow in Economics, Uni-
versity of Wisconsing Assistant in Economics, University of Wisconsing Research Assistant,
Bureau of Industrial Relations, United Typothetae of Americag Special Investigator, VVo-
man's Branch Industrial Service Section, Ordnance Departmentg Member of the American
Economic Associationg Member of the American Sociological Societyg Member of the
American Association for Labor Legislation, Phi Beta Kappa Society.
South Hadley, Massaelzztsetts.
EARL DEWEY MYERS, M.A., Assistant Professor
B.A., Southwestern Collegeg M.A., Northwestern University.
South Hadley, Massaehusettnf
ARYNESS 1oNe Jov, M.A., Instructor
B.A., University of Washington, M.A., University of Chicago.
3 Orchard Street, Amherst, Massachusetts.
SOPHIE MERANSKI, B.A., Assistant
B.A., Mount Holyoke College.
4 Wooster Street, Hartford, Connecticut.
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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
COLIN ALEXANDER SCOTT, P1-LD., Professor
City College of New Yorkg B.A., Queen's Universityg Ph.D., Clark Universityg Ontario Art
Schoolg Head of the Department of Psychology, Chicago Normal Schoolg Editor of the
Child Study Quarterlyf Professor of Education, Miami Universityg Head of the Department
of Psychology, Boston Normal Schoolg Editor of the Sorial Education Quarterlyg Professor
of Psychology and Education, Tufts Collegeg Boston Normal Schoolg Member of the Ameri-
can Psychological Associationg Educational Efficiency Expert for Springfield Schools.
- South Hadley, Massachusetts.
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
CLARA FRANCES STEVENS, PH.M., Emeritus Professor
Mount Holyoke Collegeg Ph.M., University of Michigang Member of the American Associa-
tion of University Womeng Phi Beta Kappa Society.
I South Hadley, Massachusetts.
MARGARET BALL, PH.D., Professor
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg M.A., Ph.D., Columbia Universityg Holder of the 1886
Fellowship, Columbia Universityg Assistant in English, Barnard Collegeg Member of the
National Association of Teachers of Speechg Member of the New England Association of
Teachers of Englishg Member of the Modern Language Associationg Member of the Ameri-
can Association of University Professorsg Phi Beta Kappa Society.
South Hadley, Massaehusetts.
ADA LAURA FONDA SNELL, PH.D., Professor
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg M.A., Ph.D., University of Michigang Yale Universityg
University of Chicagog Holder of the Elizabeth Bardwell Fellowship, Yale Universityg
Fellow in Rhetoric University of Michigang Member of the Modern Language Associa-
tiong Member of the New England Association of Teachers of Englishg Member of the
American Association of University Professorsg Phi Beta Kappa Society.
South Hadley, lllassachusetts.
HELEN GRIFFI'1'H, M.A., Associate Professor
B.A., Bryn Mawr Collegeg M.A., Columbia Universityg University of Chicagog Ph.D.,
University of Michigang Instructor in Rhetoric, University of Minnesotag Assistant in
English, Teachers' College, Columbia Universityg Assistant in English, University of
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
HARRIET Fox WHICHER, M.A., zlssistant Professor
B.A., Barnard Collegeg M.A., Columbia Universityg Lecturer in English at Barnard Col-
legeg journalistic Work for the American Association for International Conciliationg
Lecturer in English at Smith Collegeg Lecturer in English Literature at Mount Holyoke
Collegeg Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternityg Modern Language Association of Americag
Phi Beta Kappa Society.
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WLEONORA BRANCH, A.M., Instructor '
B.A., Smith College, M.A., WVellesley College, Reader and Instructor, Mount Holyoke
College, Instructor, Vassar College, Member of the American Association of University
St. Albans, Vermont
RALPH PHILIP BoAs, A.M., Associate Professor
A.B., A.M., Brown University, Assistant in English, Brown University, Fellow in English,
University of Chicago, Associate Professor of English, VVhitman College, Austin Scholar
and A.M., Harvard University, Professor of English, Reed College, Head of the Depart-
ment of English, Central High School, Springfield, Massachusetts, Director of Evening
Schools, Supervisor of the Social Studies, Lecturer in English, Mount Holyoke College.
lfoodbridge Place, South Hadley, Maxsarhuxetts,
LORNA J. MCLEAN, B.A., Instructor h
B.A., University of California.
MARJORIE BARSTOVV GREENBIE, QMRS. SYDNEY GREENBIEJ, PHD., Instructor
B.A., Cornell University, Ph.D., Yale University, Phi Beta Kappa Society, Member of
the National Arts Club.
68 Merrick Afvenne, Holyoke, Ma.v.racl1usett.v.,
CORA LOUISE DURKEE, Assistant 4
B.A., Mount Holyoke, Phi Beta Kappa Society, Delta Sigma Rho Society.
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH LITERATURE
JEANNETTE MARKS, M.A., Professor
B.A., M.A., Wellesley College, Postgraduate Work in English Literature at the British
Museum and the Bodleian Library, Oxford, Professor, English Literature, Mount Holyoke
College, Member of the College Club of Boston, Member of the Authors' League of Ameri-
ca, Member of the Boston Authors' Club, Member of the University Club of New York,
Member-of the New England Poetry Club, Member of the Poetry Society of America,
Member of the Poets' Association, Member of the Association University Women.
"Fleur de Ly.v", Wesrjrort-on-Lalee-Champlain, New York.-
DOROTHY FOSTER, M.A., zfssociate Profesxor
B.A., Bryn Mawr College, M.A., Radcliffe College, Graduate Scholar in English, Radclilfe
College, Holder of the Women's Education Association Fellowship, Research student of
the British Museum, London, and at the Bodleian Library, Oxford, Member of the Mod-
ern Languages Association of America, Member of the Salem Society for the Higher Ed-
ucation of VVomen, Member of the American Association of University Professors.
South Hadley, Mzurachusetts.
'On leave of absence.
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CHARLOTTE D,EVELYN, PH.D., dssistalzt Professor
B.L., Mills Collegeg Ph.D., Bryn Mawr Collegeg Fellow in English Literature, Bryn Mawr
Collegeg Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowshipg Student at the University
of Oxford, in the British Museum, and in the University Library, Cambridge, England.
312 Phelan Building, San Francisco, California.
LESLIE GALE BURGEVIN, fPH.D., Associate Professor
B.A., Harvard Universityg M.A., University of Californiag Ph.D., Harvard University.
WINIFRED QUINCY NORTON, M.A., Instructor
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg M.A., Columbia Universityg Fellow of Columbia Universityg
Member of the Modern Language Association.
25 Highland Avenue, Nefwlonfville, Massachusetts.
HAROLD KING, M.A., Instructor
B.A., First Class Honors in Englishg M.A., University of Birmingham, England.
100 Moor Street, Cofuentry, England.
DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY
MIGNON TAI,BO'1', P1-LD., Professor
B.A., Ohio State Universityg Ph.D., Yale Universityg Cornell Universityg Harvard Uni-
versityg Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Scienceg Member of
the Geological Society of Americag Member of the National Geographic Societyg Member
of the Paleontological Societyg Member of the American Forestry Associationg Member
of the American Association of University Professorsg Sigma Xi Societyg Phi Beta Kappa
' South Hadley, Massachusetts.
WALICE FOSTER, M.S., .flssistant Professor 1
B.A., University of Iowag M.S., University of Chicagog Iowa State Teachers Collegeg
Drake Universityg Member of National Council of Geography Teachersg Iowa Academy
of Science' Garvin, Minnesota.
'l'LOUISE BOSWELL, B.S., Assistant Professor
B.S., University of Chicago. D
MARY BREWSTER, B.A., Assistant Professor
B.A., University of Rochester.
43 Culfver Road, Rochester.
'On leave of absence, 2nd semester.
'l"I'aking the place of Miss Foster, 2nd semester.
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DEPARTMENT OF GERMAN
ELLEN CLARINDA HINSDALE, PH.D., Professor
B.A., Western Reserve Universityg M.A., University of Michigang Ph.D., University of
Gottingeng University of Leipzig: University of Berling Holder of the Woman's Educational
and Industrial Union Foreign Fellowshipg Instructor in German in Joliet, Illinois, and in
Ann Arbor, Michigang Member of the Modern Language Association of Americag Mem-
ber of the New England Modern Language Associationg Member of the American Associa-
tion of University Professoirsg Member of the American Association of University Womeng
Phi Beta Kappa Society.
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
ALICE PORTER STEVENS, IVLA. flssociate Professor
B.A., Mount Holoyke Collegeg M.A., Radcliffe Collegeg University of Zurichg University
of Berling Holder of the 1886 Fellowshipg Member of the Modern Language Association
of Americag Member of the New England Modern Language Associationg Member of the
American Association of University Professorsg Member of the American Association of
University Womeng Phi Beta Kappa Society.
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
TGRACE MABEL BACON, PH.D., Associate Professor
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg M.A., Ph.D., University of Michigang University of Berling
' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' f h C l' M. Cla Fellow-
Instructor in German in Ypsilanti, Michigan, Holder o t e orne ia pp
shipg Member of the Modern Language Association of Americag Member of the New
England Modern Language Associationg Member of the American Association of Uni-
versity Professorsg Member of the American Association of University Womeng Phi Beta
' South Hadley, Massachusetts.
DEPARTMENT OF GREEK
MARY GILMORE XVILLIAMS, PlH.D., Professor
Mount Holyoke Seminaryg B.A., and Ph.D., University of Michigang American School of
Classical Studies, Romeg Instructor in Latin, Kirkwood Seminary, Missourig Instructor in
Latin, Lake Erie Coillegeg Elisha jones Fellow of the University of Michigang Fellow of
the Association of Collegiate Alumni, Member of American Philological Associationg
Member of the Archaeological Institute of Americag Member of the New England Classical
Associationg Member of the Association of University Professorsg Associate Member of the
American Numismatic Society.
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
CAROLINE MORRIS GAL'1', B.A., Professor of .lrchasology and Greek
B.A., Bryn Mawr Collegeg University of Chicagog Columbia Universityg American School
of Classical Studies at Romeg Member of the Managing Committee of the American School
of Classical Studies at Athensg Member of the New England Classical Associationg Mem-
ber of the Archaeological Institute of Americag Member of the American Association of
University Professorsg Associate' Member of the American Numismatic society.
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
'On leave of absence for the year.
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DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
NELLIE NEILSON, PH.D.,' Professor of History and Political Science on the E. Nevius
B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Bryn Mawr Collegeg Holder of the Resident Fellowship in History,
Bryn Mawr College, and of the American Fellowship of the Association of Collegiate
Alumnae, Cambridge, England, Londong Oxfordg Fellow of the Royal Historical Society,
Member of the American Historical Association, Member of the American Political Science
Associationg Member of the Selden Societyg Member of the American Association of Uni-
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
ELLEN DEBORAH ELLIS, PH.D., Professor of Political Science
B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Bryn Mawr Collegeg Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship,
Leipzig, Fellow in Economics and Politics, Bryn Mawr College, Professor of History, Con-
stantinople College, Constantinople, Turkey, Member of the American Political Science
Associationg Member of the American Association of University VVomeng Member of the
American Historical Association, Member of the American Association of University
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
BERTHA HAVEN PUTNAM, PH.D., Professor of History
B.A., Bryn Mawr Collegeg Ph.D., Columbia Universityg Holder of the Alice Freeman
Palmer Memorial Fellowship of the Association of Collegiate Alumnaeg Research Work in
Englandg Fellow of the Royal Economic Societyg Fellow of the Royal Historical Society,
Member of the American Association of Labor Legislation, Member of the American As-
sociation of University Womeng Member of the American Economic Association, Member
of the American Association of University Historical Associationg Member of the Ameri-
can Sociological Associationg Member of the New York Bryn Mawr Clubg Member of the
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
VIOLA FLORENCE BARNES, PH.D., Associate Professor of History
B.A., M.A., University of Nebraskag Ph.D., Yale Universityg Fellow in American History,
University of Nebraskag Holder of the Currier Fellowship and of the Susan Rhoda Cutler
Fellowship, Yale University: Instructor in American History, University of Nebraskag
Member of the American Historical Associationg Phi Beta Kappa Society.
MARY ASHBY CHEEK, M.A., Assistant Professor and Secretary of the Board of
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg M.A., Columbia Universityg Secretary of Y.W.C.A., Mount
Holyokeg Student Secretary of Presbyterian Boardsg Dean, Kentucky College for Womeng
Member of New England Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schools.
229 North Third Street, Danfville, Kentucky.
MARGARET JUDSON, M.A., Instructor
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg M.A., Radcliffe Collegeg Holder of Bardwell Memorial Fel-
lowshipg Phi Beta Kappa Society.
2225 Main Street, Stratford, Connecticut.
ELIZABETH KIMBALL, B.A., Reader and Graduate Fellow
B.A., Mount Holyoke College.
424- Io-wa Street, Oak Park, Illinois.
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DEPARTMENT OF LATIN
FRANCES MARY HAZEN, M.A., Professor Emeritas
M.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg Instructor, Appleton Seminary, New Ipswich, New Hamp-
shireg Oxford Universityg Saueur School of Languageg Harvard Universityg Cornell Uni-
versityg Member of the American Philological Association.
37 Lafwn flrvemze, llliddletofrcn, COII7lL't'fll'1lf.
HELEN MCGAFFEY SEARLES, P'H.D., Professor Emeritus
M.A., Lake Forest College: Ph.D., University of Chicagog Instructor in Greek and German,
Ferry Hallg Classical Fellow, Cornell Universityg Fellow in Sanskrit and Comparative
Philology, University of Chicago: Instructor in Latin and Greek at the Pennsylvania College
for Womeng Member of the Archaeological Institute of Americag Member of the American
Philological Associationg Member of the Oriental Society of America: Member of the
American Association of University Professors.
South Hadley, Massaclmsetts.
MARY ELIZABETH TAYLOR, M.A., Associate Professor
B.A., Lake Forest Collegeg University of Chicagog Instructor in Latin, Ferry Hall Semin-
aryg Assistant Principal, Ferry Hallg Member of the American School at Romeg Member of
the New England Classical Associationg Member of the Archaeological Institute of Americag
Member of the Association of New England Preparatory Schools and Collegesg Member
of the Association of University Professors. '
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
BIANCHE BROTHERTON, PH.D., Assistant Professor
B.A., Smith Collegeg M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago, Member of the American Philo-
logical Associationg Member of the New England Classical Associationg Phi Beta Kappa
Societyg Instructor at private schoolsg Wheaton Collegeg and summer sessions at the Uni-
versity of Chicago.
3102 Dodge Street, Omaha, Nebraska
MARY VIC'I'ORIA BRAGINTON, PH.D., Instructor
B.A., Grinnell College: M.A., Ph.D., Yale Universityg Yale University Fellow in Latin,
two yearsg Member of the American Philological Associationg Member of New England
Classical Associationg Phi Beta Kappa Society.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
SARAH EFFIE SMITH, B.S., Professor
B.S., Mount Holyoke Collegeg Massachusetts Institute of Technologyg University of Michi-
gang University of Chicagog University of Berling Holder of the '86 Fellowshipg Member
of the American Mathematical Societyg Member of the Mathematical Association of Ameri-
cag Member of the Association of Teachers of Mathematics in New Englandg Member of
the American Association of University Professorsg Phi Beta Kappa Society.
South Hadley, Massaeh11selts.
ELEANOR CATHERINE DOAK, PI-LB., Associate Professor
B.A., Coates Collegeg Ph.B., University of Chicagog Cambridge Universityg Instructor in
Mathematics at Coates College, and at DePauw Universityg Member of the American
Mathematical Societyg Member of the Mathematical Association of Americag Member of the
Association of Teachers of Mathematics in New Englandg Member of the American Asso-
ciation of University Professorsg Reader in Mathematics for the College Entrance examina-
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
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EMILIE NOR'l'ON NIARTIN, PH.D., Alssoeiote Professor
B.A., Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, Fellow in Mathematics at Byrn Mawr College, Holder
of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship from Bryn Mawr, and Student at the Uni-
versity of Gottingen, Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science,
Member of the American Mathematical Society, Member of the National Geographic So-
siety, Member of the Association of Teachers of Mathematics in New England, Member
of the Mathematical Association of America, Member of the American Association of
University Professors, Member of the Philadelphia College Club.
Jllontreat, North Carolina.
OLIVE CLIO HAZLE'l"1', PH.D., flssistanl l"rofessor
B.A., Radcliffe College, M.S., Ph.D., University of Chicago, Fellow in Mathematics, Uni-
versity of Chicago, Holder of the Fellowship of the Boston Branch of the American Asso-
ciation of University Women, Holder of the Alice Freeman Palmer Fellowship of Welles-
ly College, Holder-elect of the Alice Freeman Palmer Memorial Fellowship of the Ameri-
can Association of University Women, Member and Fellow of the American Association
for the Advancement of Science, Member of the Association of Teachers of Mathematics
in New England, Member of the Mathematical Association of America, Member of the
London Mathematical Society, Member of the American Association of University Women,
Member of the American Association of University Professors, Life-member of the Ameri-
can Mathematical Society, of the Circolo Matematico di Palermo Qltalyj, Member of the
Deutsche Mathematiker-Vereinigung, Associate in Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College,
Associate Editor of the Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, Sigma Society,
Phi Beta Kappa Society.
DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE AND HYGIENE
ELIZABETH COLDEN UNIJERHILL, M.D., Resident Physician
Women's Medical College, New York, Cornell University Medical College, Clinical As-
sistant in the Dispensaries of the Women's Medical College and Bellevue Hospital, New
York City, Private Practice, Poughkeepsie, New York, Graduate Work, Harvard Medical
School, Sargent School of Physical Education, Fellow of the American Medical Association,
Member of the American Public Health Association, Member of the American Medical
Association, Member of the American Social Hygiene Association, Member of the Mass-
achusetts Medical Society.
Strafwberry llill, Poughkeepsie, New York
DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC
WILLIAM CHURCHILL I'IAMlVlOND, Professor, Director of .Music
Piano, Hartford, Boston, New York, Organ, Hartford, New York, TheoI'y, N. H. Allen,
Organist of the Second Congregational Church, Holyoke, a Founder of the American Guild
231 Cabot Street, Holyoke, Massachusetts.
JULIA BANGS DICKINSON, Professor
Voice, Worcester, Boston, Courtney and Jeannotte of New York, Emmerich of Berlin,
Theory, R. P. Baldwin, Choral Conducting, J. J. Bishop, Springfield.
14 Berkeley Street, Springfield, Illassoehusetts.
ALBER'l' lVliO0DY '.liUCKER, Professor, flssistzmt Orgonist
Piano and Organ, Professor Hammond, Piano and Harmony, J. J. Bishop, Springfield,
Organ, S. P. Warren, New York, Organ, Guilmant, Piano, Wager Swayne, Paris, Har-
mony and Composition, john Patten Marshall, Boston, Member of the American Association
of University Professors, Member of the Franco-American Musical Society, Associate of
the American Guild of Organists.
South Ilodley, Massarlmsetts.
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RUTH ELIZABETH DYER, B.A., 1Is.vista'nt Professor, flssixtant Organixt
B.A., Mount Holyoke College, Organ, William C. Hammond, Organ and Harmany, E. E.
Truette, Boston, Piano, Alfred De Voto, New England Conservatory, Boston, Piano, Wager
Swayne, Boston, Master Classes in Piano with E. Robert Schmitz, Chicago and Madison,
Winner of Scholarship, 1924, Voice, F. VV. Wodell, Boston, Harmony, Raymond Robinson,
Boston University, Colleague of the American Guild of Organists, Member of the Franco-
American Musical Society, Member of the American Association of University Professors.
Maple Road, Oxford, Ma.v.faI'hu.ce!t.v.
MILTON JACOB ARONSON, Instructor p
Violin, Rudolf Jacobs, Brooklyn, N. Y., Samuel Leventhal, Hartford, Conn., Felix Winter-
nitz, New England Conservatory, Boston, Charles Martin Loeffler, Medford, Mass.
17 Rittenhouse Terrace, sprinyffld, Masrarhmelts.
ANNA MA1'HILDA WVOLLMANN, Instructor
Harmony, Marion Wheeler, Voice, Julia B. Dickinson, J. J. Bishop, Springfield, Isadore
Luckstoine and A. Clark Jeannotte, New York, Soprano Soloist at the Old First Church,
36 Eldridge Street, Springfeld, Masmchfzsetts.
FLORIAN AGNES SHEPARD, B.A., .Instructor
B.A., Wellesley College, Piano, F. H. Shepard, Orange, New Jersey, Piano, E. Robert
Schmitz, New York, Chicago, Winner of Scholarship, 1922, History and Theory, H. C.
Macdougal, Counterpoint, C. G. Hamilton, Harpsichord, Frances Pelton-Jones, Associate
Director Shepard School, Member of the Franco-American Musical Society, Phi Beta Kap-
pa Society. ' 50 Main Street, Orange, New Jersey.
CATHERINE J. WILLIAMS, M.A., Instructor
B.A., Mount Holyoke College, M.A., Vassar College, Piano with Helen Hopekirk, Boston,
and U. C. Smith, Philadelphia, Organ with E. Harold Geer, Vassar, Marston Teaching
Fellow, Vassar, Phi Beta Kappa Society.
503 Arthur Afve., Sroltdalc, Penmylfvanizl.
RUTH DOUGLASS, Secretary, Instructor in I oice '
A.B., Mount Holyoke College.
252 Glen Street, Glen: Falls, IVNLU York.
DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND PSYCHOLOGY
EI LEN BLISS '.llALBO'l', PH.D., Professor on the Alana C. Edwarrlr .FIIIIIIIIIIIIOII
B.A., Ohio State University, Ph.D., Cornell University, University of Chicago, University
of Berlin, University of Heidelberg, Graduate Scholar, Cornell University, Fellow, Cornell
University, Member of the American Philosophical Association, Member of the American
Psychological Association, Member of the American Association of University Professors,
Member of the American Association of University VVomen, Member of the Massachusetts
League of Women Voters, Phi Beta Kappa Society.
Soutlf Iladlry, Ma.v.var'hu.vetI:.
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SAMUEL I ERKINS HAYES, l H.D., I rofessor
B.A., Amherst College, Union Theological Seminary, M.A., Columbia University, Ph.D.,
Cornell University, Clark University, University of Berlin, Sorbonne, Paris, Member of
the American Psychological Association, Member of the American Association of University
Professors, Sigma Xi Society, Phi Beta Kappa Society.
South Iladlry, Maxmrlrmvelts.
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JOHN MARTYN WARBEKIZ, PH.D., l'rofe.ssor '
B.A., Princeton Universityg Ph.D., University of Leipzig, Associate in Science, University
of Chicagog Instructor, Williams College, Member of the American Philosophical Asso-
ciationg Student at Oxford University, England, Honorary Member of New York Brown-
ing Societyg President, Holyoke League of Arts and Craftsg Member of Collegiate Com-
mittee for Law Enforcement, Professor in Amherst College.
South Hadley, Massoehusetts.
SARA M. STINCHFIELD, Instructor
B.A., University of Pittsburg, M.A., University of Iowag Ph.D., University of Wisconsing
Phi Lambda Theta Societyg Delta Delta Society.
1 Bridgman Lone, South Hadley, Massachusetts.
ELIZABETH P. ODELI., B.A., Assistant
B.A., Mount Holyoke College. Greenland, N. H.
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
HOPE WENTWORTH NAREY, Director
Massachusetts Institute of Technologyg Sargent School of Physical Educationg Director
of the Durant Gymnasium, Bostong Supervisor of Physical Training, Public Schools,
Hotel Bristol, Copley Square, Boston, Massachusetts.
LILLIAN LORETTA KUESTER, Assistant Director, Instructor in lllelliml and Correctifve
Savage Institute of Physical'Education, New York Cityg School of Pedagogy, New York
Universityg Corrective and Medical Gymnastics. Chautauqua School of Physical Educationg
Physical Examiner for the American Women's Leagueg Instructor in Corrective and Medi-
cal Gymnastics, Bellevue Hospital Float, New York Cityg Director of Physical Training,
Brooklyn Girls' Club, Helfly Institute, Brooklyn, New Yorkg Director of Physical Training
and Sports, Richmond Hill Settlement, New York Cityg Medical Aideg Orthopedic and
Surgical Departments, Brooklyn City Hospital Dispensary, Brooklyn, New Yorkg Member
of the American Physical Education Associationg Member of the American Posture League.
170 Bergen Street, Brooklyn, Ne-w York.
RUTH ELEANOR SWEET, Instructor V '
Syracuse Universityg Director of Physical Training, Volonial School for Girls, Washing-
ton, D. C. .
Phoenix, Nefw York.
MIRIAM LONGLEY SPAULUING, Instrurtor
B.A., Boston Universityg Boston School of Physical Eclucationg Assistant in Physical Edu-
cation at VVestern Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, Member of the Woman's Life Sav-
ing Corps of the Red Cross.
15 Berfwifk Street, II"orz'estt'r, llflassaehusetts.
REBECCA BREED, IllSfI'lll'f07'
B.A. University of Californiag Boston School of Physical Education.
6214- Wayne flfvenue, Germantofwn, Pennsylfvania.
ELEANOR SEARING, B.A., Instructor
B.A., New Jersey College for Womeng Central School of Hygiene and Physical Edu-
cation, New York City.
155 Crescent Xlfuenue, Plainheld, Nefw Jersey.
JULIA B. SWIFT, Secretary and Pianist
N.S.S., Boston University.
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DEPARTMENT' OF PHYSICS
ELIZABETH REBECCA LAIRD, PH.D., Professor
B.A., University of Torontog Ph.D., Bryn Mawr Collegeg University of Berling Cam-
bridge Universityg Chicago Universityg Fellow in Physics Bryn Mawr Collegeg Holder
of the President's European Fellowship from Bryn Mawr Collegeg Holder of the Sarah
Berliner Research Fellowship for Women, University of Wurzburgg Fellow of the Ameri-
can Association for the Advancement of Science and of the American Physical Societyg
Member of the Optical Society of Americag Member of the American Association of Uni-
South Hadley, Ma.vsaehu.retts.
MABEL AUGUSTA CHASE, M.A., Associate Professor
B.A., Oberlin Collegeg M.A., Cornell Universityg University of Chicagog Imperial College
for Science, Londong Cambridge Universityg Instructor in Physics, Wellesley Collegeg
Member of the American Physical Societyg Member of the American Association for the
Advancement of Science: Member of the American Association of University Professors.
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
PMARGARET CALDERYVOOD, SHIELDS, PI-LD., dssociate Professor
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg Ph.D., University of Chicagog Holder of the 1886 Fellow-
shipg Fellow of the University of Chicagog Member of the American Physical Societyg
Sigma Xi Society.
St. Johusbury, Ifermonl.
MILDRED ALLEN, PH.D., Assistant Professor
A.B., Vassar Collegeg A.M., Ph.D., Clark Universityg Member of the American Physical
Societyg Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Scienceg Phi Beta
West Roxbury, Massavllusetts.
FVELYN OGDEN CLIET, M.S., Inszrufzor
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technologyg Member of
American Physical Society.
135 Orange Afvenue, Irvington, New .lz'r.rey.
DORIS THOMAS, B.A., Assistant
B.A., Mount Holyoke. 103 Putnam Street, Quivey, .ll1!lJ.fIIl'llIl.fL'ffJ'.
LAURA E. WALKER, B.A., Curator. First term.
B.A., Mount Holyoke. Greenfwifll Village, MHJJ11l'hllI6llI.
BERTRAM JAMES SMYTH, Curaror
Tllc School House, Colon Cuml1ria'gesl1irc, 1:'nylam1'.
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY
'ABBY HowE r1lURNER, B.A., Professor
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg Marine Biological Laboratory, VVoocls Holeg Graduate
Student, University of Pennsylvaniag Elizabeth Bardwell Fellowg University of Chicagog
Cornelia M. Clapp Fellow and Fellow of the VVomen's Educational Association of Boston,
Harvard Medical Schoolg Instructor in Zoology, Wellesley Collegeg Member of the Ameri-
can Association for the Advancement of Scienceg Member of the American Association of
University Professorsg Phi Beta Kappa Society.
South Hadley, Massarhusetis.
'Leave of absence for the year.
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HAZELTINE L. STEDMAN, M.S., Assistant Professor
B.A., Mount Holyoke College, M.S., Yale University, Marine Bilogical Laboratory, Woods
Hole, Instructor in Science, The Baldwin School, Assistant in Research, Columbia Uni-
versity, Iota Sigma Pi.
31 Castle Hill Afuenue, Great Barrington, Massachusetts.
ELIZABETH CROFTS, M.S., dssistaht I rofessor
B.A., Oberlin College, M.S., Yale University, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole,
Harvard Medical School, Assistant in Physiology, Yale School of Medicine, Phi Beta
Kappa Society, Iota Sigma Pi.
ELEANOR C. PICKERING, B.A., Assistant
B.A., Oberlin College, Marine Biological Laboratory, VVoods Hole.
MIRIAM CLARKE, B.A., flssistant
B.A., Mount Holyoke College, Yale University, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods
Hole, Iota Sigma Pi.
Rutherford, New Jersey.
DEPARTMENT OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES
MARY VANCE YOUNG, P'H.D., Professor
Ph.D., University of Zurich, Sorbonne, Ecole des Hautes Etudes, College de France, Ecole
des Chartes, Oflicer d'Academie Cconferred by French Governmentjg Member of the
Modern Language Association of America, Member of the Dante Society of,America,
Member of the Societe Amicale Gaston Paris, Member of the Maitres Phonetiques, Mem-
ber of the National Institute of Social Sciences, Member of the New England Modern
Language Association, Member of the American Association of University Professors,
Member of the Dante League of America, Member of the Association of Teachers of
Italian, Secretary of the Italian Section, Modern Language Association of America.
South Hadley, Massachusetts.
MARY GERTRUDE CUSHING, P1-LD., Professor
B.S., Wellesley College, M.A., Wellesley College, Ph.D., Columbia University, Student
at Paris, Madrid, Columbia University, Instructor Summer Session, Columbia Univer-
sity, Member of the Phi Sigma Society of Wellesley, Member of the American Asso-
ciation of University Professors, Member of the New England Modern Language Asso-
ciation, Member of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish, Member of the
Modern Language Association of America, Phi Beta Kappa Society.
South Hadley, Massarhusetts.
EMMA RIVILLE-RENSCH, Assoriate I rofessor Emeritus A
Studied in Switzerland, Paris, Germany, England, Officier d'Academie, Member of the
New England Modern Language Association, Member of the American Association of
4803 Garden Street, Brideshurg, Pennsylvania.
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HELEN ELIZABETH PATCH, PH.D., Assistant Professor
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg Ph.D., Bryn Mawr Collegeg Sorbonneg Ecole des Hautes
Etudesg College de France: Graduate Scholar in Romance Languages, Fellow in Romance
Languages, Bryn Mawrg Mount Holyoke Class of 'S6 Fellowg Association of Collegiate
Alumnae European Fellowg Member of the Modern Language Association of Americag
Member of the New England Modern Language Association.
83 Grofve Street, Bangor, Maine.
MARIE-JEANNE BOURGOIN, Instructor
B.S., C.F.E.N., C.A.P., Ecole Normale d'Angoulemeg Professorat de Lettres, Universite
de Parisg Bourse d'Etudes en Angleterre fMusee Pedagogiquejg Member of the Asso-
ciation de Professeurs de Langues Vivantesg Member of the Association des Professeurs
francais en Ameriqueg Member of the Foyer International des Etudiantesg Member of the
Modern Language Association of New England.
.flssit de Nlanot, Charente, FI'!!71l'l.".
SUZANNE DEDIEU, Instructor
B.E., B.S., Limogesg Diplome d'Etudes Superieures, Poitiersg Professorat de Lettres, la
Sorbonneg Member of the Association de Professeurs de Langues Vivantesg Member of
the Foyer International des Etudiantesg Member of the Association des Professeurs francais
Cllerfues-Clialelars, Charente, France.
DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH
IsAuELLE CAROLINE COUCH, Associate Professor
National School of Oratory and Elocution, Philadelphiag School of Expression, Bostong
Member of the American Association of University Professors.
478 East Main Street, Meriden, Connertirut
M. OCLC MILLER, Assistant
B.S., University of Missourig School of Expression, Boston, Phi Lamdba Theta Society.
3-I-01 Central Street, Kansas City, Missouri.
DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY
CORNELIA MARIA CLAPP, PH.D., Sc.D., Emeritus Professor
Mount Holyoke Collegeg-Ph.B., Syracuse Universityg Ph.ll., University of Chicagog Sc.D.,
Mount Holyoke Collegeg Trustee of the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Naples
Zoological Stationg Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Scienceg
Member of the Society of American Zoologistsg Member of the Association of American
Anatomistsg Phi Beta Kappa Society. 4
ANN HAVEN MORGAN, PH.D., Professor on the Norman Wait Pfarris and Emma
Gale Harris Foundation
B.A., Ph.D., Cornell Universityg Wellesley Collegeg Member of the Teaching Staff of the
Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Holeg Schuyler Fellow, Cornell Universityg Uni-
versity of Chicagog Harvard Universityg Yale Universityg Assistant in Biologyg Instructor
in Zoology, Cornell Universityg Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement
of Scienceg Member of the Entomological Society of Americag Member of the American
Society of Zoologistsg Member of the Society of Naturalistsg Member of the Association
of Social Hygineg Member of the International Advisory Board of Eugenicsg Member of
the American Association of University Professorsg Sigma Xi Society.
90 Hfaller Street, Nefw London, Connecticut.
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AMY ELIZABETH ADAMS, PH.D., flssooiate Professor
B.A., Mount Holyoke College, M.A., Columbia University, Ph.D., Yale University, Marine
Biological Laboratory, VVoods Hole, University of Chicago, Honorary Fellow, Yale Uni-
versity, Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Member of
the American Society of Social Hygiene, Member of the American Association of Univer-
sity Professors, Phi Beta Kappa Society, Sigma Xi Society.
186 Washington Street, East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.
CHRISTIANNA SMITH, PH.D., Assistant Professor
B.A., Mount Holyoke College, M.A., Ph.D., Cornell University, University of Michigan,
Assistant in Histology and Embryology, Cornell University, Schuyler Fellow, Cornell Uni-
versity, Member of the Teaching Staff of the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole,
Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Member of the
Association of American Anatomists, Member of the American Association of University
Professors, Sigma Xi Society, Phi Kappa Phi Society, National President of Sigma Delta
Epsilon, Graduate Women's Scientific Fraternity.
100 Chestnut Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts.
MADEI.EINE PARKER GRANT, M.A., Instructor .
B.S., Simmons College, M.A., Radcliffe College, Research Assistant to Dr. Edward
Reynolds, Boston, Assistant Bacteriologist, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Resident
Bacteriologist, St. Luke's Hospital, New Bedford, Massachusetts, Graduate Study, Harvard
Medical School, Marine Biological Laboratory, VVoods Hole.
12 Florida Street, Dorehester, Massachusetts.
HELEN 'FUCKER ALBRO, M.A., Instructor
B.A., M.A., Brown Universitv, Marine Biological Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, As-
sistant in Biology, Simmons College, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods I-Iole, Ameri-
can Association for the Aidvancement of Science, Sigma Xi Society.
Peacedale, Rhode Island.
NIARION H. COWPERTHXVAITE, M.S., Instructor
B.A., Mount Holyoke College, M.S., Washington University, Marine Biological Laboratory,
Woods Hole, Sigma Xi Society, Phi Sigma Society, Phi Beta Kappa Society.
I 10 Willoughby Road, Milton, Massachusetts.
DOROTHY RICHARDSON, B.A., Assistant
B.A., Mount Holyoke College, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Graduate
Assistant, Summer School of Biology, Cornell University.
350 Essex Afvenue, Gloucester. Massaehusetts.
RATHRYN FORNEY STEIN, B.A., Assistant
B.A., Mount Holyoke College, Marine Biological Laboratory, Phi Beta Kappa Society.
ELEANOR W. PARMELEE, PH.B., Graduate Fellow
Ph.B., Brown University, Marine Biological Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, Marine
Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole.
82 Taber flsvenue, Providence, Rhode Islandl.
ALICE GOULD, B.A., Curator
B.A., Mount Holyoke College, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Certificate of
of Public Health, Yale University.
Box 749, Portland, Maine.
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BERTHA ELIZA BLAKELY, B.A., Librarian '
B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg New York State Library Schoolg Life-member of the Ameri-
can Library Associationg Member of the Massachusetts Library Clubg Member of the
Western Massachusetts Library Clubg Phi Beta Kappa Societyg Member of the American
Association of University Women.
South Hadley, MHJIHl'll1l56llJ.
FRANCES ELIZA HAYNES, B.L., flssislant Librarian
B L Mount Holyoke Collegeg New York State Library Schoolg Life-member of the Ameri-
M b f th
can'lLibrary Associationg Member of the Massachusetts Library Clubg em er o e
VVestern Massachusetts Library Clubg Phi Beta Kappa Society.
South Hadley, Massarhusz'tt.r.
BERTHA HORTENSE GAULT, B.L., Catalogue:-
B.L., Oberlin Collegeg Life-member of the American Library Associationg Member of the
Massachusetts Library Clubg Member of the Western Massachusetts Library Club.
South Hadley, Illassachusetts.
EMMA CHARLOTTE GRIMES, B.A., Assistant in the Library
B.A., Mount Holyoke College: Member of the VVestern Massachusetts Club.
' South Hadley, Mf1ssa1'hu.u'!t.r.
MILDRED NOYES JAQUES, B.S., Assistant in the Library
B.S., Simmons Collegeg Member of the American Library Clubg Member of Western Mass-
achusetts Library Clubg Member of the Massachusetts Library Association.
3 Park Street, South Hadley, Massarhusetts.
GERTRUDE M. JUDSON, B.S., flssistanf in the Library
B.S., Simmons College.
Mas. ADELINE R. NVINCHESTER, B.A., Assistant in the Library
B.A., Mount Hol oke. College
South Hadley, Masmrhusctts.
MARKIORIE BARSTOW GREENBIE, PH.D., Dirertor of the Press Bureau
B K Societyg Member of the National Arts Club.
B.A., Cornellg Ph.D., Yaleg Phi eta appa
68 Merrirk flfvrnue, Holyoke, Massarhitselts.
HELEN Coormz, B.A., dssislant 1
B.A., Mount Holyoke College.
72 Ilfherler Street, Ilfinsted, Coizzzfrticzll.
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HARRIET M. COGSWELL, B.A. Svcretfzry of the Young Wo11te1z's Cltristian Associa-
B.A., Mount Holyoke College.
30 Dafuis Afvenue, Rockfville, Connecticut.
FLORENCE CLEMENT, B.A., Jllzmnae Secretary
B.A., Mount Holyoke College.
1 4-75 Hudson Afvenuc, Albany, Ncfw York.
GERTRUDE ISRUYN, B.A., Fielrl Serretary
B.A.., Mount Holyoke Collegeg New York School of Social Workg Columbia Universityg
Supervisor of State Charities Aid Association of New Yorkg Instructor in Department of
Economics and Sociology of Mount I-lolyoke Collegeg Investigator in the Industrial Service
Section of the United States Ordnance Departmentg Investigator in the Children's Bureau
of the United States Department of Laborg Personnel Manager of the Bosch Magneto
92 School Street, Springfeld, Mass.
MIRIAM F. KELLY, ASSl.S'flIllf to the Secretary
B.A., Mount Holyoke College.
359 Elm Street, W't'.rt Hafuen, Comzectifut.
CHRISTINA MCAUSLAN, Director of the Bookstore mul Post Office
1485 Northampton Street, Holyoke, Ma.r.rach1t.ft'tt.f.
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NETTIE BARTLETT FAIRBANKS, Director . 141 Green St., Gardner. Mass.
MELINDA ANN RHODEHOUSE .... Santiut, Massachusetts
HARRIET MARBLE MOWRY . 28 Beacon Street, Fitchburg, Massachusetts
CHARLOTTE MACOMB . 173 Cypress Street, Providence, Rhode Island
HARRIET MAY VVHEELER . . . Cohasset, R.F.D., Massachusetts
FANNY WOODBURY BURR . Care of Arthur M. Burr, 21 Vine St., Melrose, Mass.
LAURA MATILDA DUNKLEE .... South Hadley, Massachusetts
FLORENCE GUPPY . . . 18 Bellevue Avenue, Melrose, Massachusetts
CHARLOTTE MCWHORTER CHURCH . 107 South Plain St., Ithaca, New York
BESSIE ELIZA SYMONDS . . . East Northfield, Massachusetts
SARAH LOIS STAPLES, R.N. .... Menclon, Massachusetts
HELEN ETHEL ELLIS . 9 Silver Street, South Hadley, Massachusetts
EVELYN CHURCH WILBUR Care of C. C. Wilbur, City Hall, Minn.
ALICE REED DRESSER, A.B. . 101 Hillside South, South Hadley, Mass.
ELLA HASTINGS LEWIS CRANE 17 Northampton Road, Amherst, Mass.
FLORENCE GREGORY . . Sidney, Delaware County, New York
MARY H. MAHER .... 170 Elm Street, Holyoke, Massachusetts
CATHERINE E. COURTNEY, R.N. . Z7 VVard Street, Little Falls, New York
FRANCES WOODWARD . 59 High Street, South Hadley Falls, Massachusetts
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DOUGLAS, RUTH E., A.B.
DURKEE, CORA L., A.B. .
GIDDINGS, GEORGIA R., A.B.
GILMAN, ELIZABETH, A.B.
JUDSON, MARGARET A., A.M.
KIMBALL, ELIZABETH G., A.B.
MACLEAN, MARION E., A.B.
MERANSKI, SOBHIA R., A.B.
MYERS, ESTHER B., A.B. .
ODELL, ELIZABETH P, A.B.
PARMALEE, ELEANOR W., Ph.B.
SEARING, ELEANOR v., A.B.
SHERMAN, ELIZABETH, A.B.
SWEET, RUTH E., s.B. .
T'AO, ELI-:ANOR LING, A.B.
THOMAS, DORIS J., A.B. .
TIBBETS, EVELYN G., A.B.
TIRRELL, SARAH F., A.B., s.B.
WOODRUFF, HELEN M., A.B.
Glen Falls, New York
. Brooklyn, New York
. Stratford, Connecticut
. Oak Park, Illinois
. VVaterbury, Connecticut
. Hartford, Connecticut
South Hadley, Massachusetts
Greenland, New Hampshire
Providence, Rhode Island
. Plainfield, New jersey
New Bedford, Massachusetts
. . Phoenix, New York
. Shanghai, China
. Quincy, Massachusetts
. Utica, New York
Miller, South Dakota
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KATHRYN T. EDIE ......... President ELlZABE'I'H CHAPIN .... Treasurer
HIil.IiN P. RICHARDS. . .lfiee-Presidemf FRANCES E. HENDERSON. .Syn-at-Arms
DOROTHY R. DEI.INE. . . .... Secretary DOROTHY C. PYLE. . ..... Song Leader
MARY EMMA WOOLLEY
SOUTH HADI.EY, MASSACHUSETTS
VVOOl1ey--a Seven-letter word meaning
The Executix7e Committee
HIEI.lEN P. RICHARDS, Clmirman
MARGARET H. GOULD DOROTHY IL. ATSON
MARY SI-IELDON RUTH F. PERRY
Honorary Members of the Class
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Graeiousness in all her ways.
SOUTH HADLEY, MASS.NC'H UsE'1"rs
It is well that the Faculty reminded us
to call them by their proper titles. We
have always been prone to speak of Miss
Foster as "D0tty."
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MARY LURA SHIQRRILL
SOUTH I-Lxueizv, M.ASSACHUSE'l"l'S
1925 wants no quarantine from the con-
tzigion of Miss Sherill's laugh :md friend-
VVM. CHURCHILL HAMMOND
231 CABOT ST., PIOLYOKE, MASS.
He feasts our souls with music,
Then hc takes us for il ride-
If we liked him any better
I think he'd burst with pride. -
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AMY ELIZABETH ADAMS
186 WfxsmNoToN ST., E. STROUDSBURG
This look intent
A mind that will not thwarted be.
But in these eyes
One may surprise
A deal of genial jollity.
SouTr1 HADLEY, MASSACHUSE'I'1'S
Loadstone of Mount Holyoke.
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ETHEL BARBARA DIETRICH
SOUTH HADLEY, MASS.
CVoicing the opinion of 100 per cent of
"Oh, I'd like to be a mama, papa, brother,
VIOLA FLORENCE BARNES
Hearing "True Story" read aloud at
"Does it really say that there ?"
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MARIAN STELLA ABBOTT
1840 DAYTON AVE., ST. PAUL, MINN.
Ah got shoes, you wear shoes,
All God's chillun need shoes.-
Marian sells you slippers while
You tell her all the news.
COMPLEX! lfffhat xize, please?
OLIVE ARLENE ALLING
93 lVIARVEL Rn., NEW HAVEN, CONN.
'1'here's something that's caused quite a
bit of gossip,
For which we are lacking in knowledge:
VVhy Olive El good nursing job should toss
To come back, and grind here at college.
That's easy. She wanter a B.A.R.N.
. For a refuge to shelter her C.A.R. in.
COMPLEX! ,Jnti Pcdeslrian.
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CONSTANCE MARY ARNOLD
8 FULLER ST., WALTHAM, MASS.
Hair like an aureole,
Fmmin f '1 little he'1d
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That holds enough knoivledge,
For an Honor Standing.
COMPLEX: Siory Telling.
DORIS GRISWOLD ARNOLD '
73 BRoAn ST., WETHERSFIE
Is quite essential, don't you see
One takes with e-qua-nim-i-ty
A plus in Greek and calls it E.
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MARGUERITIQ F. ATWOOD
4 PIERCE AVE., BEVERLY, MASS.
Intricate as I1 cross-word puzzle is Peg,
ln her youngness, and her oldness,
And quite as popular.
COMPLEX! Team, team, team!
ELIZABETH METTA BABCOCK
ll VINCENT PL., MoN'1'cLA1RE, N. J.
Nlim, where are you at this hour?
Babby has need of you.
She has just returned from the music build
And must pack to go off for the week-end.
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HELEN FINLEY BAKER
42 MAIN ST., PALMYRA, N. Y.
MARION HENRIETTA BALDWIN
345 MAIN ST., ONEIDA, N. Y.
Mount Holyokc's "Baldy"
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EMlLY EUNICE BARRETT
KA1'oNAH, N. Y.
hlarinn, Mariaii, it is raining.
Here's your umbrella.
Marian, Marian, it is snowing.
Where are your galoshes?
Govrzkx izss COMPLEX.
A' PIBIILY BARROWS
301 QU.-xii. ST., ALB.fXNY, N.
lf motherls sick, and sister's cold,
And Willie school doth shirk,
These grievances will Emmy mend,
When she does Social Work.
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ELIZABETH ' BATES
SPARTENEURG RD., GREENVILLE, S. C.
Upholds the tradition,
That Southern women are-
Slow in speech,
Handsome in appearance,
Charming in manner.
COMPLEX: "Way Down South in Dixie.
RUTH ROSAMOND BELDING
135 WESTMINSTER ST., SI'IuNGFIELD,
The eternal liva's predilection,
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152 ALLEN ST., SPR1NGFI.E1.D, MASS.
The Charlotte of our Carnivals.
Com-Lrzxz Iff'inter Sports.
.i HELEN MARGARET BLYTH
Quick as the trills her fingers make,
Her gentle laughter purls.
Sl1e's good for almost anything-
One of the better girls.
911 W. 31s'r. ST., MINNEAOPLIS, MINN.
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240 PRosPl5c'r AVE., HACKENSACK, N. J.
Pardon us, but it's Z1 great life if you don't
ANGEL Rom Com vmzx.
MARY GRAY BRIGHAM
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EUNICE BELLE BROUGHTON
20 PEASE AVE., MONSON, MASS.
Everybody brings her their tasks and their
Which is the consequence of being capable.
But there compensationsg
Bobby's own mind is so unruffled, and her
own life so neatly arranged
That she has plenty of time for the rest of
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ELIZABETH FRANCES BROWN
MAIN ST., WEST HAR'FFORD, CONN.
Betty kissed me when we met,
Jumping from the chair she sat in,-
Tush, you fool, you cannot yet
Mzike me take a thing like that in!
Rub noses,-then she will not shrink.
Thatis sanitary-oh, assist me!
You must be crazy if you think
Betty kissed me.
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113 CENTRAL ST., NATICK, MASS.
"l'd like to, but-"
COMPLEX: Valley Ball
A MARY BUFORD
208 SO. SIXTH Avis., LAGRANG15, ILL.
You can rave about a Richelieu, a Buck-
ingham, a Burleigh,
CSince each and every ruler had advisors
all his own.D
But to try and fool Kay Edie, you'll have
to get up early,
Because her little lVIa1'y is the power behind
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' KATHARINIQ GRACE BUGBEIC
12+ CA'1'm5R1Niz ST., SPRINGFIIQLD, Mfxss.
A voice that drips in gold upon the air,
Gold like the severed length of your long
Dost wonder that this poet was at II loss,
VVhen first he heard you call him "lVIy
Gmmzn Amt Comvmax.
HELEN EVELYN BUSH
10 WAsH1Nc'1'oN ST., PALMYRA, N. Y.
She is their disciple.
COMPLEX 1 Genzfrosily.
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htlargery takes things up in a serious way.
She huys pamphlets, and, what is more,
she reads them. Ultra-conservative, she is
the perfect Gibson girl, Within and with-
NEW ENGLAND COMPLEX.
CEDfxRcRoF'1', 1003 PARK Avis.,
PLMNFIELD, N. J.
Gowns, by Poiret.
Hats, hy Descat.
Accent, by Paris.
Phi Beta key, way of contrasts.
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MARGARET LEARNIQD CHAPIN
75 TowN ST., NORWICI1 TOWN, CONN.
This is the girl who just can't help living
up to her names. She is the priceless pearl,
the lwmgaret of Nlargarets of the Math.
Department, and all because, as II Chapin,
she couldn't fail to he Learned.
COMPLEX: D0-11-fifty-yflrrl-frrinI every Ilfljl.
' FLORA BERRY CHAPMAN
Oh, such Z1 child!
All bubbling with enthusiasm
And wonder at the world.
Yet she ran 11 full-sized boarding-house one
Pl'I1CtiC2llly with one hand.
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it ALMA CLARK
WEST HANOVliR, MASS.
"Millicent, the Pl'0fCSS0l',S DlZ1llglltCl',U
She must "live in a year-worn world, and
stay forever seventeen."
"lVIillicent, the Professoris DHllgl1tC1',,,
She knows her stuff.
ELIZABETH LORD COBB
31 MONTROSE AVE., l30R'l'l,AND, ME.
First she has Zoology,
And after that it's chem.
Then a hand of bridge or two-
"How's for playing them ?"
COM FLEX: Eqzmninzity.
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AL' MARGAREFCOE ,
NVESTBURY, LoNc ISLAND, N. Y.
When Cocoe has heard the last of the
world's funniest jokes on the faculty, with
consequent narrow escape from death-and
when we have listened to said definitive
and violently humorous joke while taking
a load off our feet and sitting in the world's
best chair-we shall consider sadly, as we
take a lot, take two, from the bonbon dish,
that there hath past away a glory from the
LOUISE JUDSON COOKE
387 Wn.1,ow ST., WATERBURY, Coxx.
At basket ball she heats them all,
As lightning she's no fake,
She plays with ease, she aims to please-
Our Cookie takes the cake!
Com-l.1sx : Sofwhistimtio 11.
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THERESA ELLEN COOPER
College could not spoil in thee
The spirit of true courtesyg
To plan thy words before each meal
A thoughtful nature doth reveal,
But planning words is good for one
Who likes her cross word puzzles done
WILLIAM PENN COMPLEX.
HARRIET JOSEPHINE COSSMAN
42 SMITH 'INERRACIL STAPLETON, N. Y.
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ELIZABETH MASTIN CRANE
58 WESTERN AvE., BRITTLEBOR0, VT.
She has no foibles-no, not oneg
The model college girl-dependable,
Methodical, and faithful to her work.
Nloreover, with a generous stock of humor
One idosyncrasy she has, though-
She keeps her room in perfect order.
COMPLEX : System.
- LUCY MARY CRISSEY
903 SOUTH 20TH ST., NEWARK, N. J
Hide the grape fruit
And the registration
And get out the
Cross word puzzles.
Here comes Lucy-or is it
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128 BOULEVARD DE COURCELLES, PARIS
A delightful translation from the French.
MARY ELSPIE DALTON
61 NORTH ST., AUBURN, N. Y.
Doc must consider that her friends are
well read, for she leaves them to find out
from the News that she got an HH".
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i MARCIA WINTER A. DANE
1 BIENNINGTON RD., LEXINGTON, MASS.
Be not the first by whom the news is told,
Nor yet the last to tell the news when old.
DOROTHY MORSE DARTT
lf she tells you the sun sets in the western
You wonlt believe her.
lf she starts killing flies with a hammer
You want to watch her.
If she tells you to get into your room and
Be quiet after ten, you'd better do it.
COMPLEX: Efficient house clzzzirmzuz.
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HELEN LAWRENCE DAVIS
96 OAK ST., HUDSON FALLS, N. Y.
"Strive, brothers, strive for fair,
Strive for the best-that's all I care!"
Hear the Little Colonel's blithe command,
See the ready paint-brush in her hand-
"Strive, brothers, strive for fair-
Strive for the best, that's all I care!"
DOROTHY RUTH DELINE
173 COMMONWEALTH AVE.,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
"Bly Play Writing is troubling me,"
She often doth bewail.
Dotty's fond of writing, and
She just adores detail.
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', HELEN FAIRCHILD DEMOND
237 LONGMEADOW ST., LONG MEADOW,
Everybody agrees that she would make a
She's a "half: fellow well met,"
Has a hearty laugh,
Likes Arrow collars, and four in hand
Is a good sport.
Yes, everybody agrees she'll make a good
- FRANCESCA EMMA DEROIN
328 FRONT ST., CHICOPEE, MASS.
Come and trip it as you go,
On the light fantastic toeg
lie it in pageant or in show,
Come and trip it as you go.
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DORIS ST. JOHN DICKINSON
3+ WARWIOK AVE., S'1'RA'1'FORD, CONN.
Grind Of: Dumdora Dietta Dicksonia
Done by: Dummy Dickinson.
Reviewed by: D.S.D.
Approved by: Doris S. Dickinson, Of
"edge and dickinsonf'
Business Manager: D. St. John Dickin-
A Dialogue fln one act.j
Member Of Llamie Board to D.D.,
"How shall I grind you?"
D.D. to Member of Llamie Board,
"Fine, I'1l do it myself."
V ALICE CYNTHIA DODGE
116 I-IOBART ST., U1'ICA, N. Y.
The Lady Alice believes firmly that, UA
:rue lady is never insulted," so it is per-
fectly consistent that she should accept
everything that is told her with a touching
and childlike faith.
COMPLEX: Still, small wire.
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FLORENCE P. DODGE
3708 4ZND Ave., So., SEATTLE, VVASH.
"Too late, too late-
You cannot enter now."
No thought had she that college opened
And other matters kept her-he is the
hest of men-
"Too late, too late-"
COM PLEX : Great-Oper:-Spaces
W MARJORIE ELIZABETH DOWNEY
388 WES'l'FIELlJ ST., W. SPRINGFIELD,
Nly work never upsets me,
But if my letter doesn't co1ne--
Well, that's the thing that gets me.
P. O. QZOMPLEX.
The plays that come on in the spring, tra-la!
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ADISLAIDE MERRILL DREVV
237 W. 9'l'H. ST., CHESTER, PA.
One can not maintain perfect
Witlmout making a few hreaks.
Still, it is pleasant to he able
To tell the party when it is time
To go home.
COMPLEX: Ilomfsiy is the best policy.
VIRGINIA ROBERTA DUFRICSNIS
175 MAPLE ST., SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
"Oh girls, I'Il be simply a wreck!"
The major exam is the thing, tra-la,
"How am I to pass it, by heck?"
Pierrette, with a finger in every pie.
And plenty of time for her dates, hy the
She says, with a twinkle in her merry
"Why girls, I am simply a wreck!"
COMPLEX: ' Brzck to Porflrmrl.
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HELEN FRANCES EASTON
24- POWELL AVE., NEWPORT, R. I.
Here is a valiant warrior spirit.
Besides inhabiting a den with Leopold, the
She hurls defiance into the teeth of the
And refuses to go to Hredrill-
448 PL1sAsAN'r ST., HOI.YOKlE, MASS.
l went about, sophisticated as could be,
- Composing stories for the S. E. P.
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MARY ALLEN EDGE
103 NllR'l'H FOURTH ST., EASTON, PA.
Founder of Book Club-there have been
Poet-there are others.
lndependent-there will be others.
lVIary Allen, Herself--thcre's only one.
' KATHRYN TONIPKINS EDIE
287 PALISADII AVE., YONKERS, N. Y.
Kathryn, while awaiting a quorum in
class-meeting, often cranes anxiously to-
ward the door, eyebrows aloft, and mur-
murs: "I hope-I hope-I hopeln
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. MARGARET EDVVARDS
1595 RIVERSIDE DRIVE, LAKEWOOD, OHIO
She's a friendly little lady,
With a most 'engaging smile,
And a pretty way of talking,
And a very special style.
COMPLEX: Look pleasant, please!
FREDERICA ANNA EISELE
425 CLAY AVE., SCRANTON, PA.
The workings of her mind will always be
A source of wonder to psychology,
And to her friends, a constant source of
YVe never have a notion what on earth
Shelll say next. just one thing can be for-
lt will he something funny, yet not mean.
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DARTHEA ELIZABETH ENO
185 RIIJGEEIELIJ ST., HARTFORD, CONN.
"Do child1'eII of seventeen vote in
your state ?" asked Mr. Myers, when Dot
meditated suffrage. But she has convinced
the Ee. Department by this time that she
is fully equal to that, and any other job
she may undertake.
COMPLEX: The Ifeffring Ifflflzl.
432 VVEST SEVENTH ST., ERIE, PA.
Among the test-tubes and llasks
Wliicli she handles so skillfully
Janet has found the elixir
And cheerfulness undying.
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45 W12s'rBoURNE ST.,
NEWV'I'fDN CENTER, MASS.
"Whither, minion, with thy purposeful
"To Clapp, Sir, to mix up some Dela-
field's Hematoxylin and look through a
"And what then, O sturdy Knave ?"
"Why, Sir, an lic. class, and some good
food for dinner, we hope, Sir.',
DOLORES JOAN FAY
21 CI.1N'roN PLACE, NEWARK, N. J.
She has her own thoughts
Which she voices as they come to her.
Perfectly truthful herself,
Why should she not take the rest of us
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RUTH MEAD FERTIG
65-P BURTON ST., TNTURFREESBORO, r11ENN.
She cringes at things unzesthetic.
Her temperament Hares at odd moments.
She names everything to her own liking,
Unforgivable striped pajamas.
DOROTHY DARLING FISKIC
WH1T15Fml.D, NEW HAMl'Sl'lIRE
iVIusic hath charms, as sirens knew of olcl,
And singing, they would vamp the sail-
The modern sirens find with wider choice,
That ifl.Yfl'llllll'IlfIl1 music aids the voice.
CONIPIJEXZ Play ou!
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ALICE EVELYN FITCH
9 MEAD STREET, WAL'l'ON, NEW YORK
There was a young lady who lived in a shoe,
She had so many children, she didn't know
what to do.
She hushed them all soundly,
And loved them, I guess,
For she was House Chairman of Hillside,
'PEN O'CLocK CoMr'LEx.
MARGARET ANNA FLEMING
136 LINCOLN ST., HOLYOKE, Mfxss.
lf you keep yourself posted on current
As often you're told that you should,
l'eg's features will seem quite familiar to
At least, if your memory is good,-
For she rivals Doug Fairbanks in all Sun-
Wllen posed as the World's Robin Hood.
WILLIAM TELL COMPLEX.
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' EDITH CRAWFORD FOBICS
77 SUNSET Avis., Rmonwoou, N. J.
Tommy, in her Freshman year,
VVent to Amherst to a game,
VVished to rifle back in a car,
Couldn't find '1 cha erone'
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Conscience-stricken, Tommy asked
Some wise classmate, and was told,
"Ride hack on the running-hoard,-
"Then you won't be in the car."
Tommy did it.
ERVINA ELIZABETH FOSS
22 W1LMo'r ST., SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
But,-"Oh! your eyes are traitorsg they
give you away."
COMPLEX: Clmrley, Zlfly Boy.
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2724 HARRISON STREET, EVANSTON, ILL.
The Cameo Girl.
COM PLEX: Izlffejufzlflezlre.
RUTH BROWNELL GARRETSON
-I-21 CHURCH ST., BOUND BROOK, N. J.
All theory tells us a good education
Should help us to deal with life's problems
Then how to account for this queer situa-
Except in the most contradictory way!
That Ruth, as a math major, clever,
Easily coping with tagent and sine,
In serving the ice-cream should be so
As to carve out eight slabs when the need
was for nine.
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I IDA THERESE GENTHER
ORADELI., NEW JERSEY
By goldfish on her window-sill,
And other things, we know
That Id:1's changed her Major,
And turned from Chem to Zoo.
- KATH ICRINIC GESSN ER
155 NV. MON'I'GOMERY AVE.,
A positive person is Kay
For instance, whatever you say,
"Now, I think," says she,
K'Th:1t thus it should be,"
So griicefully give her her way.
COMPLEX: The Negative M1li11tr1i11s'.
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222 SEDGWICK ST., GERMANTOWN, PA.
Oh, Winnie is partial to blue,
And she looks very well in it, too.
She trots out creations
Made on her vacations
That rival the famous Patou.
COMPLEX! .fl place for e've1'ything, and
Illlll ezferytlzing in ity filmtv.
HARRIIQT BARODEL GOULD
220 EAST PRosP1ze'1' ST., KEWAN4IEE, ILL.
Bzu'z1thez1 liutwing, one, two, three!
lf this sounds happy, so is she,-
lietter in business none can be
Than Baratlieu Batwing, one, two, three!
COMPLEX : Statistics.
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622 SoU'rH lVlAlN Sr..
The Impeccahle Marcel.
The Perfect Poise.
And, in spite of the reputation
ern women to the contrary,
The Head for Business.
WINIFRED FRANCES GRAY
Rosi.vN Es'rA'ri2s, Ros1,YN, Nlzw YORK
A Van Dyck lady,
At the foibles of the world.
COMPLISX: Ring in the New!
ELEANOR KATHLEEN GREEN
5637 ENRIGHT AVE., ST. LOUIS, Mo.
Rapunzel, Rapunzel, your long hair un-
For it's ten after ten, and I fain would
'l'here's a year's history reading to finish
And my St. Louis Journal to read before
COMPLEX: W' hy hurry?
RUTH ELEANOR GREGORY
922 SECOND ST., BEAVER, PA.
She lives in an aura
Of silken things, and strange perfumes,
The Languid Lady.
Yet she is also
Barbaric Helga of our Junior Show,
Journalist, dramatic critic,
And, so they tell us, has a pretty wit.
No, none of us has seen the bottom of
Her box of tricks.
COMPLEX: Tales, plain and otherwise.
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ELIZABETH BLAMEY HARRIS
24 EAST THIRD ST., FREDERICK, MD.
Lady of the Evening.
' MARY ELIZABETH HARTMAN
801 NORTH THIRD ST., HAIRRISBURG, PA.
Very much interested in growing blades,
and as quiet as one herself, withal.
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FRANCES LEILA HAVEN
35 WENANS ST., RocHizs'1'ER, N. Y.
lf Stuffy should
Lose her temper, or
Become boisterous and loquacious, or
Do anything mean or childish,
XVC should expect the Sphinx to burst into
X-I NIARIAN HAYES
So learned in languages,
SRD AND ROCK STS., MzXRQUlE'l"l'lE, Mic:-i.
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HELEN JUNE HEATH
195 lx10R'l'0N ST.,
Nizwrox CizN'rizR, M.-xss.
Laughter, holding both his sides.
X CAROLINE ELLA HEMINWAY
71 EAST THIRD ST., Coaxixo, N. Y.
Oh, no, Carol, that little bug won't hurt
Oh, yes, Carol, we'd love to play bridge.
Now, really, Carol, they do say a clean
tooth never decays, hut forty times a day
is rather hard on the Prophylactic.
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FRANCES E. HENDERSON
27 I3R.fxN'rxvooo Roma, ARI.ING'I'ON, MASS.
Henderson on the Telephone: a scream-
ing line of quips and stories, all sure-fire
PRACTICAL JOKE COMPLEX.
DOROTHY HAYDIQN HIGGINS
29 'l'1zRENcr5 ST., SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
There was one time when Dotty had
everything in her room one could want or
neecl, except a can-opener. She has that
"WRl'1'iz-M if-A-Li3'r'risR, i.oviz" Coxiimisx.
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BEATRICE HALLOCK HILDRETH
BRIDGEHAMPTON, L. I., lN. Y.
Kodak as you go.
COMPLEX: Pronzpt and Effcieni dvtion.
ISABEL MCDOWIQLL HOLMES
812 MAIN Sr., WINSTED, CONN.
A highly effcient member of the News
Board, Izzy ought not to have any trouble
getting a position next year. She could
apply either to the "New York Evening
Telegram" or the 'ANew Haven Daily
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MARY HOYT HOLMES
812 NIAIN S'rR12E'1', W1Ns'1'1sD, CONN.
There was Z1 young lady named Holmes,
Who knew hundreds of stories and pomes
They tell us the story
That her repertory
XVould fill several thousand of tomes.
SYLVIA GATES HOLTON
OI.n'rowN PARSONAGE, N13wBURYl-oR'1',
Humor-57 more ,bubbling over.
Popularity-100 per cent.
Ccmvruxz Ha! Ha!
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LEILA ESTIQLLE HOPPER
199 RIVER ROAD, Bocouux, NEW JERSEY
COMPI.EX: The Graaf Ouizloors.
X' MARY EMILY HOUSE
28 BROWN ST., SPRlNc:Fml,D, MASS.
"House for sale. lVIoderu Collegiate
style. Small, neat, sunny, :md execptionzll-
ly home-like. Favorulwle view toward VVes-
leyzm. A house some man would be glad
Colm ESPONDIQNC IE CoMP1,nx.
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31 Vlsiux AXfIiNUE, AUBURNDAl,E, MASS.
Miss Rhoclehouse's right and left hand
mang more efficient than all of CCZlSZ11'lS
seven secretaries in one.
Dot doing the heavy cooking at Towne
That ain't no phenomenon.
Dot keeping her Freshman room-mate from
That ain't no henomenon.
But Dot losing her dignity, or making a
That am a phenomenon!
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ELLEN LORAINE HURLBUTT
3 SANBORN ROAD, PIANOVER, N. H.
Once there was
A statue of a woman.
With gavel in one hand,
Pen in the other,
Paint-box and household things
At her feet, and in her hearing
l think she was
COMPLEX : Llamie.
90 WALTON PARK, MELROSE, HIGHLANIJ,
When she answers the phone, she is quite
at a loss,
She ean't understand the maidls Irish, "Of
But just try to get her to give up and say
She speaks a more difficult dialect than
She always insists that her way's quite the
Her "native woodnotesn are Bostonian
COMPLIQX: Land of ilu' Safrwl Cod.
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I0O8 MAIN STREET, Ol,YMPIA, WASH.
A combination of Whistler's "Symphony
in White," and Duveneck's A'Whistli11g
LZOIVIPLIEXZ Robex of light.
' LOUISE VAN HORSEN JACK
209 VV. DIAMOND AVE., HAZELTON, P.-x.
ln relating stories, her way seems to be
A method some people call hyperboleg
It's not that she doesnyt tell truth to the
She just makes her stories sound Bigger
CoA1P1.Ex: flmbiau Nights.
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CATHERINE IUASON JEFFREY
372 PROSPECT ST., '110RRlNG'l'OH, CONN.
lVIount Holy0ke's Powerful Kzitinka.
Exhibitions given nightly in corridor of
third floor, Pezirsons.
Come at your own risk.
HELEN RANDOLPH JOHNSON
She works and works
She never stops,
Shaking the mzlsscs of her golden hair,
She laughs and laughs.
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MYRTLIC RANGER JORDAN
1-PQ Ensrwoon Avia., PRovmnNc1z,, R. I.
Blessings on thee, little girl,
With thy shining Harvey curl,
With thy powdered, turned up nose,
And thy solemn chapel pose.
Who would guess, to take a glance,
'lihat you could talk of high finance?
ALMA HARRIETTIC JOREY
253 Buss ROAD, LONGMEADOW, MASS.
She has a remarkable collection of
friends, relatives, and ancestors.
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FRANCES GRAHAM KARR
205 Vn.l,ARu Avis., HAS1'INGS-ON-HUDSON
"Yes, isn't it warm?"
She gets what she goes after.
But then, where's the harm?
"Yes, i.vn'1 it warm?"
She's a lady of charm,
And a lover of laughter.
"Yes, isn't it warm?"
She gets what she goes after.
COMPLEX: Thai or nofhiny.
X' ADELAIDE LOIS KllVIBALL
819 W. CDAK PARK Avrz., OAK PARK, lm..
She pushes on a button,
It rings a little hell,
And then about a hundred girls
Get just as mad as-anything.
COMPLEX : Fire! Fire!
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SARAH DOROTHY KING
7 HARRISON ST., '.llAUNTON, Mass.
COMPLEX: That PVeste'rn Urziwersity flt-
44 LINDEN S'rRE15'1', WATERBURY, CONN.
Klop, heavy clater who scoffs at Dan Cupidg
Klop, who loves humor, and thinks jokes
Dealer in facts, never surmisingg
Always surprised, always surprising.
COMPLEX: pljllllfli' the point?
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KATHERINE BARNUM KNAPP
321 CENTRAL ST., AUBURNDALE,
just the person for an Editor-
Advice to the Lovelorn.
Kay is an authority on all of them.
COMPLEX : N ews.
,IEANETTE WILCOX LAMPSON
60 DAR'1'MOU'l'H ST., SPR1NGFlE1.u,
Sadly she plays her violin,
Under what Mexican window
COMPLEX: Sleep, sleep, sleep-l1o'w I love
to sleep! ,
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OOO H.4YES ST., SAN ANTONIO, 'FEXAS
College has taught her to condense,
This worthy VVilder chief,
It really must be quite immense
To take 21 course "in brief."
INTE LLIGENTSIA COM PL EX.
LAUREL HIl.L ROAD, NORWICH, CONN.
She expresses herself
But when she does,
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33 CSORIJAN Roma, 'l1IEN'l'SIN, CHINA
Dainty little maiden,
Why so far away?
Wliy thus trouble-laden,
You who were so gay?
Why is your hlithe laughter
Laid upon the shelf?
Lost something? Oh yes, of course-
As usual herself.
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DOROTHY ELLEN LI Bili Y
51 GULF S'I'RIiI3'l', MILFORD, CONN.
Time: Last fall.
Scene: Entrance to South Cottage.
Characters: Dot and Miss MacAuslan.
Dot: Have you any rooms to let for Com-
CHAPEL VVALK Comvufx.
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I4 PARKDALE AVE., BUFFALO, N. Y.
Appearing to be immensely bored,
She assures us she has nothing to do.
ln seclusion, she works hard and well,
And pulls enviable gradesg
But as a woman of the world,
She utterly disregards them,
And turns to overwork the words,
N VALDA CONSTANCE LYONS
List while we mention our friend Valda
In hocky she piles up the goals without
Though she works on "Judicial" there is
That she is not holy, the great Valda
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KATHERINE IQILEEN MACCARTHY
3 BEACON AVE., HOLY'0KlZ, NIASS.
Half il hole, half Il hole,
Half 21 hole onward,
This time l'll make it in less than 21 hun-
COMPLEX : See above.
MARGARET ETHEL MQCLELLAN
205 NIADISON AVENUE, NEXVARK, N. J.
In one gasp-
"How is everything with you?
Know the latest about the children?
Thcy're the dearest things alive.
1 wouldnlt worry.
The Lord will proviclef,
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' 151 Rmou S'1'Rrzrz'1', GLENS FALLS, N. Y.
NVC shiver with suspense at her dramatic,
"Don't kill her. lt's Helga!"
Anil heeziuse she's so slow-moving,
VVe fear she'll not get there in time.
'l'here are few things she wonlt argue
But she considers the virtue of conserva-
Taste, a settled question.
COMPLEX: Lmrfing Lady.
JULIA ICVIQLYN MCDONNELL
24 CAN.Lu. Sr., So. HAI7I.EY FALLS, MASS.
The essential of "an atmosphere that's
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FRANCES CLARK MANN ING
So PARKER Ave., SoU'1'H ORANGE, N. J.
Hast seen her life her eyelids
Smile "I Sl10lllClI'l,t,H
And take a chocolate?
Hast hcarcl her talk
Of La Follette
And European debts?
If not, thou knowest not
CoM1'l.15X: Conflift between rfuliml slwfflz
111111' l'UllSl'l'7'1lfi?7l? mrliozls.
MIRIAM HELEN MARSHALL
She doesn't intend to he rash,
But the thought and the deed often clash.
Heres the worst of her sins,
She wore Fitch's cuff-pins,
And next day they turned up in the hash.
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MARY ALICE MASON
VVICKFORD, RHODE ISLAND.
l'm lute, late, late,
VVl1Z1t'S more, I never can see
VVhy I cannot remember the stories that
eryone tells to me.
COMPLEX: College hlllllor.
ALICE LUDLOW MICIQKS
Poxll-'l'oN PLAINS, NEW JERSEY
ople say she cannot sing,
But I :lm not so sure,
After that time in Ballads, when
She played the trouhadour.
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12 MAGAZINE ST., CAlN'IBRIDGlE, Mfxss.
To Miss Talbot, in Philosophy class.
"Where does God get his ideas?"
She has Z1 few herselfg for one, she says
she likes to change her name every once in
COMPLEX: Mllffllilly with Sherman
' EMILY LETITIA MILLER
640 NORTH THIRD ST., READING, PA.
As a probation officer,
But still, she will put on her gown
Without: taking the coat-hanger out.
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EDITH VVESTGATIC M I LNAIQ R
XVES1' LEBANON, NIEYV HAMPSHIRE.
Though she does things quietly, she does
them efficiently, even to putting salt in the
Com PLEX: Spire.
jlCANE'l"l'E ISABELLE MORRIS
N.fxNUE'1', NEW YORK.
Heaven preserve me from a germ!
If I am ill I ean't go home!
Heaven send to me a germ!
lf l get ill, they'll send me home!
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MARGARET RIDER MOWBRAY
RUSH AND RIDGELY AVES., STA. E.,
Having just completed a mental X-ray,
l find my thoughts of extreme interest.
Wonlt you take some air with me, and hash
Or we might even analyze someone else.
Gkov E, OKI,.A HOMA
Did you ever hear how Ruth lunched
with President Coolidge? Dotty Higgins
got her up in the morning and registered
for her, and when she got there, they had
hard-boiled eggs to eat. She stopped at
two or three conferences on the way home.
Dotty registered for her when she arrived,
and That .was That.
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li IJORRICE BICKNELL NASH
628 W.-xsmxmxrx ST., ABINGTQN, MASS.
Dorrice will never be satisfied until they
lay out the golf course in a cross-word puz-
zle design, so that she can indulge both her
hobbies at once. '
CATHICRINIQ NELSON NEVIUS
Coimzms ,xxu EDGAR AVENUES,
All the worlcl's a stage to Nevius, and
the roles will never be played out. Portia
the logical, Katherine the voluble, Lady
Macbeth the determined, Nlirancla the un-
spoiled, Rosalynde the mimic, and more-
Omf of tlmsf' infz'riorify "fm 11 'LL'1'ezrk"'-
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ANNA KATHERINE NEWCOMB
64 WASHINGTON ST., KEENE, N. H.
Enter a Madcap, an Artist, a Scholar,
a Child, and a Grande Dame, with Others.
LIGHTNING CHzXNGE COMPLEX.
MILDRED JEANETTE NOBLE
35 HOWARD ST., SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
Quiet as the rain
She likes to walk in,
Milclrecl proved herself
A true apostle of the philosophy
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IQLIZABETH OLM STEAD
72l KANSAS S'rREE'r, IQAPID CITY, S. D.
Tecnse lives behind the footlights, in
roles of page, archer, sprite, or other char-
acter of diminutive size.
Her advertising slogan: Plays small
roles in a big way.
ICMMA LILLIE PATTERSON
WINDHAM, NEW YORK.
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RUTH H. PA'l"1'lCRSON
1666 A'l'KlNSON Avis., DlE'l'ROI1', MICH.
This performing clown makes our ideal
toy for the children. Has all the surpris-
ing oddities of Z1 jack-in-the-box, and is yet
droll enough to amuse the grown-ups.
Answers to the name of "'l"other."
IC. KATHRYN PENNYPACKICR
235 CHiss'1'NU'1' ST., HADDONFIELD, N. J.
Bless my soul, she's double-jinted,
She works hard and don't mind it,
All day long!
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RUTH FARRINGTON PERRY
51 CHAPEL ST., EAST HARTFORD, CONN.
Judge Perry knows all the hidden trag-
edies of the vast Underworld of the Com-
munity. She is well acquainted with our
sinners, and knows wherein they sinned.
Yet she preserves a girlish wholesomeness,
and an untainted mind.
O9 Woomfonn ST., PORTLAND, ME.
Responding to the fire-bell's peal
This lady did too well-
Such was the measure of her zeal,
In hastening-she fell!
COMPLEX! Pl'ilder and Wilder.
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LUCY WESTON PICKETT
12 UNION S'I'RliIE'I', Bizvlzzuv, Mixss.
We'll rate her
And charming, in day-time, as sommambu-
COMPLEX: flbsent-111i11a'e1I jrrofexsor.
It was with design that Helene cut din-
ner the night before Thanksgiving. She
intends to introduce the festival in her na-
tlve land when she returns.
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130 No. DAVIS ST., WOOIJBURY, N. J.
"But I, I love to spend my time in singing
some joyous songg
To set the air with music bravely ringing
Is far from wrong.
CONIPLEX: Drink fforlifkfv to grow fat.
'. BIARTHA ELIZABETH PIERCE
IVIAIN S'I'IzIzI5'I', HAMILTON, MASS.
The college hesitated about letting her
in, she was so young. She is still young,
hut she has long proved her right to be
here. In fact, the college has its work cut
out for it, giving her enough to do.
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RACHEL BXARRON PIERCE
2+ WASHINGTON S'r,, BEVERLY, MASS.
lVIusic, Matli, and Chemistry,
She treats with like facility,
And when she fails with. harmony,
Charms by her gullihility.
Simiws AND FL.vrs COMPLEX.
' EUNICE REBECCA PIKE
And what can little girls he made fOr,
'llo play their music
And do their math
And advise young sister
VVith gentle wrath.
'l'hat's what little girls are macle fo
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MARGARET PORTER .
58 Woonnamolz ST., MANCHIiS'l'ER, CONN.
She asked in class in manner most intent,
"Why has not man a microscopic eye ?"
Th' instructor then his mighty learning
"For this plain reason--man is not a
COMPLEX: Stacks and Smrks.
MARGUERITE P. POTTER
410 F1F'1'H AVE., ASBURY PARK, N. J.
VVhen in disgrace when fortune and men's
I all alone bewept my outcast state,
1 took my tardy paper to Marguerite.
She typed it fast, and then it wasn't
CHAPEL SINGING COMPLEX.
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+2 PRrss'1'oN ST., H.'X'l'HtJRNli, M.-xss.
The Book of litiquette says
We should always keep
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IVICRNA ELLEN PUTNABI
+7 RIVER S'l'REE'l', 'W1NDsoR, VT.
Art and music, and a clever touch
At many things, withal, a winning smile.
lingaged four years? And to the same man?
Well, all we can say is-
He must be good.
COMPLEXQ lVe1u'ing of this Green.
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DOROTHY CALVERT PYLE
WEST GROVE, PA.
Then was our Dorothy in her prime,
Venus Cup, and Z1 heavy line,
Nlany 21 story, hot and gory.
Thou art growing up, child of mine.
lr ESTHER ELIZABETH RANDALL
WATERVILLE, NEW YORK
An ideal cover design for "College
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MARGARET LOUISE RANDALL
572 SUMMER AVE., NEWARK, N. J.
MQW! there's a bugl. Come quick, or
"I voted for myself for Jazz-Houndg I
couldn't think of anybody betterf'
"Oh, say! Aren't you stringing me this
MARION MINIQRVA REDLINE
502 ONTARIO STREET, BIE'l'HLEHEM, PA.
f'Cu1'lilocks, Curlilocks, wilt thou he mine?
Thou shalt not wash dishes, nor yet feed
But sit on 21 cushion
And sew Z1 fine seam,
And feed upon strziwherries, sugar and
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FRANCES HELENE REYNOLDS
35 lX'Il'I'CHIEI.I, PLACE, EAST ORANGE, N. J.
Steady, devotion to the cause in hand,
Quiet, enthusiasm, some naivete,
And most, ability.
l.l'l'ERARY COM PL EX.
HELEN MARTHA RICE
30 BUSH S'1'RE1zT, W1zs'1'ifu2LD,, MASS.
As Helen cons her Ovid and draws from
hcr Greek casts, we hear her singing a little
"Her hyacinth hair, her classic face,
Her naiad airs, have brought her home,
To the glory that was Greece,
And the grandeur that was Rome."
' AR'l'IS'I'IC COMPLEX.
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' HELEN PAGE RICHARDS
4 SYLVAN STREET, DANVIERS, Mrxss.
There was il young lady named H---
Of whose style and whose poise therafs no
But I rather thing maybe
If you cull her "Baby!"
You'll Hnd the fair H-- reh--
EMILY POST COMPLEX.
RUTH ELIZABETH ROBERTS
210 VV. JEFFERSON AVE., WHEATON, ILL.
Should luncheon ever he forgot,
And never served in the lihe?
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MARGARET E. ROBERTSON
+18 IFHIRD Avis., xVARREN, PA.
Humor that colors everything she sees.
Friendship as constant as her merrixnent,
Frankness untrammelecl, that does not
Clevernessg and whisper it,-but OH!
"The mighty tresses of her sonnish heresll'
SCOTCH Com Puzx.
DOROTHY ANALDEAN ROGERS
5815 NOR'l'HUh1l3l3RLAND AVE.,
Only a rare specimen can excite :1 nat-
uralistg it takes a good paper to pull an "A"
from Miss Putnam. But just show Dot
the most insignificant of put-up "box-
lunchesf' and she will make off with it, the
glare of the habitual pieniclcer in her eye.
ln brief, sheld walk a mile for one.
COMPLEX: Teas and Tees.
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HELEN MARY ROSE
1932 E. 82Nu STRl3E'1', CIJEVELAND, OHIO.
"Hello, is this the Nonotuck? I would
like to charter the inner dining-room for a
smooth party on April twenty-third.--
Yes, I think a ten-piece jazz orchestra will
be enough. --- Of course, they will
play until we leave. --- Wlizit? Oh,
dear, I ean't he bothered to discuss the
menu now, just send the chef up to college
and welll arrange things. --- Good-by."
HELEN MARIA ROSER
HUIRBARD ST., G1.As'roNnURY, CONN.
VVe've grinded all the folks there are,
From Adam unto Jones.
It seems like too much of a task
To think of grinding "Bones"
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RUTH FRISBIE RYAN
5 ICIGHTH ST., NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y.
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fill in the blanks to suit themselves.
COMPLEX: Down with the Uzfnllzlled com-
RUTH ELIZABETH SAUNDISRS
165 ST., JAMES PLACE, BUF1-'.,xr.o, N. Y.
For one so old, it's remarkable
The energy she retains, and the Wit.
She requires something always on foot,
And is not loath to put aside
The acquirement of professorial dignity.
To attend rit.
- JESSIE SCARBOROUGH
132 CHEs'1'NU'1' Avis. WATERBURY, CONN.
Jessie gets a lot clone
VVith very little labor.
She never fusses or fumes
She walks to trains at her leisure,
.Confident that they will wait for her.
They always do.
Coxirfmzxz Take it easy.
LOUISE PUTNEY SCHME
435 BEDFORD Roan, Pl.EAsAN'1'v1L1.
How cloth the little busy Squee
lmprove each shining hour,
In basket-ball and other sports
She spends both time and power
And then accounts for Llamie take
Up many a weary dayg
But when she gets her lessons alone
ls more than l can say.
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ALICE KATHRYN SCHREIBER
105 BEECH S'1'Rls13T, EAST ORANGE, N. J
Smash! Goes the tennis-ball
Hit by her racquet.
Is there a cause in need?
Fifi will back it.
Death to the enemy-
She will attack it.
IDA BELLE SOPHIA SCUDDER
IROQUOIS, NEW YORK.
"Bright is the ring of words
When the right man rings them,
Fair the fall of songs, A
When the singer sings them.
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CAROLINE IF. SEFTON
DERRY VlI.I.AGl3, NEW HATNIIJSHIRE. '
"Let me live in a house by the side of the
And be il friend tO manf,
EVERETT HOUSE COM PLEX.
CHRISTINE KIMBER SEWARD
202 WEST l03RD ST., NEW YORK, N. Y.
Christine, she is il splendid gurl,
She is the Kollege King-
She minds our morals 'nl manners, an'
She runs 'most everything.
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EDITH HARRIS SHANE
54-10 WAYNE Avis., GERMANTOWN, PA.
Shaney's fond of hocky, and Shaney likes
And when she starts on family tales-
We "laugh like anything!"
HILDA MARIE SHAUL
-I WILLIAM S'1'REE'i', GENEVA, N. Y.
"Speak the truth,
Right the wrong,
Follow the king,
Else wherefore horn ?"
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71 NIONROE PLACE, BLOOMFIELD, N. J.
Shelley's a decided girl, '
Who, being questioned, saidg
"There are two things I just adore-
Cute people, and fresh bread."
1, JULIA MAUDE SIMONDS
ll WIiS'I'lERN Avis., BR.fx'1"rI,EnoRo, VT.
Oh, Julia's feller, he sure is a dandy,
He just overloads her with Howers an
An' every week-end his auto is handy-
Say, Julizfs feller, he sure is a dandy!
COMPl.EX:- Yes, tlmfs il.
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800 SECOND Avn., CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa
"But though he come from Haverford,
From Dartmouth, Brown, or Yale,
Still, the female of the species is-"
COMPLEX: Gowns and Ifats.
HELEN HUNTINGTON SMITH
58 BELCHER AVE., BROCKTON, MASS
Strange offences have I knowng
And I will dare to tell,
But to Judicial Board alone
What afterwards befell.
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LILLIAN EDITH SMITH
3+ LINCOLN S'1'RE13'1', FITCHBURG, MASS.
And suite of Belcher Town and all of that
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One thing is clear, and that's I'm getting
69 BEECHWOOD ROAD, SUMMIT, N. J.
Pay each time,
By Hat rates.
Any nationality imitated
For your amusement.
If we please, '
BEAUTY PARLOR COMPLEX.
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HARRIET C. STODDARD
Iimexisukw Col.1,1zGi2, CAR1.lNv1l.1.iz, IL1..
"Come down, O maid, from yonder moun-
VVhat pleasure lies in height Cthe shep-
In height and cold, the splendor of the
'l'Hl2oRY COM FLEX.
ROBICRTA TICALE SWARTZ
100 CEREEN Avis., BRooKl.yN, N. Y.
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HELEN I5LlZABiIC'1'H SWAYZIC
212 Wu.i.iAMs Sr., ICAS1' fDRANGlE, N. -I.
She may dress to
"Hut we have a lot of fun,',
And study to
"What has become of all the happy
times we knew ?"
And go to bed to
But her true melody is
Full of rascality,
ELSIE BRli'1'T SVVEICNICY
159A PARK S'rREl2'l', A'r'rl,imoRo, MASS.
Once upon a time there was a very small
person with very long hangs, who used to
sit in the lVIaster's lihe studying lic lmrrl,
and every time anyone would go up or
down the stairs to the Seminar Rooms,
she'd look up expectantly, just as though
she were looking for someone?--.
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DOROTHY ESTHER SWEETSER
N ENV YORK.
art tO hack it.
Peggy Jean loves apples, horses, and
Strangely, she has a kind
Of super-Senior dignity, too,
As was witnessed by the awe-struck Frosl
Which is she, a boy or a lady?
Or is it merely the California tempera
DAILY DOZEN COMPLEX.
12 WHI'l'IE HOUSE AVE., IOUGHKEEPSIE,
A Greenwich Village front, with real
2322 E. SECOND ST., LONG BEACH, CAL.
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MARGARET ELIZABETH TEAL
189 ASHLAND AVE., BLOOMFIELD, N. j.
COMPLEX: Record breaking.
MARION SANFORD THOMPSON
1090 WALNUT ST., NEWTON HIGHI.ANDS,
There was Z1 young lady from Newton,
Who was famous at goin' canoetin',
Her canoe never tips,
As her paddle she dips,
Hence, is she a camper? You're tootin'!
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ADIQLAIDE J. THORPE
148 IVINVHER ST., WHITNEYVILLE, CONN.
VVhen Aalgie stops and looks aloft,
Don't rouse your indignationsg
She merely has a passion for
MARION SHARROT THRALL
I-J-5 MAIN ST., TO1"1'ENVlLI.E, N. Y.
NIatt's personality can be expressed
Only in free verse.
Convention cramps her style,
And if there's one thing she can't stand,
"Let's go into town," says Matt,
"llll screech if l have to stay in this burg
The freedom of the great open spaces
Mary be all right,
But give Nlatt the freedom of the city,
And she can prove that there, too,
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200 WlES'1' 81s'1' ST., New YORK CITY
Ready for anything.
Lost in Springfield,
She wanted the police to find her
So that she might see a police station.
lllilitant with ideas,
Ready for anything.
GRACE EUGIQNIA TOMPKINS
4166 VALLEY Roan, CLEVIELANDE, O1-no.
"Caritas," hy Thayer.
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64- FRUNTENAC AVE., BUFFALO, N. Y.
Herc's a merry pirate, brave and bold,
Chcerio, me lads, yo-ho!
VVith Z1 treasure-trove richer than those of
While we have mirth, who cares for gold?
Cheerio, me lads, yo-ho!
COMPLEX: pl'7llIIlI'j!L' do yvllfillllf, Trump-
RUTH BISHOP TUCK
35 LYON S'rREE'1', PAWTUCKET, R. I.
Our bluff and heart Friar Tuck-11
COMPLEX: Kollege Ku! Kloilufx.
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MAR-IORIE ALICE TUCKISR
10 BACON ST., WARREN, MASS.
Up just before chaple,
A lit class or so,
A chat with Fred Burnham,
And work at P. O. '
Some letters to write,
And the new L.H.J.,
An hou1"s buzzing with friends-
Jerry calls it a clay.
SQUIZLY BUMPS COMPLEX.
Of pleasant conversation.
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KATE STEWART TYLER
216 GIBSON ST., CANANDAICUA, N. Y.
Bright cheeks, black eyes, and blackest hair,
VVhy, the whole campus turns to stare,
VVhen Kate appears.
A calmness that defies surprise,
A cryptic 'tongueg it never lies-
But she says she's an ash-blond.
'! MARGARET LOUISA VAN WYCK
3119 FARRAGUT ROAD, BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Let One incident characterize Vang
VVhen asked for a Word in two letters
meaning stop, she said Ngo."
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+900 WASHINGTON BLvn.,S'r. LOUIS, MO.
Nlercury, messenger to the gods.
COMPLEX: The Heathen.
FLORENCE C. WADSWORTH
300 BROOKLYN Avis., BROOKLYN, N. Y.
She sleeps in class,
And wakes, when called On,
To answer, in impressive phrases,
lhe very thing the rest of us
Have been trying hard to think of
All period. I
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93 BowDo1N HEIGHTS,
NIEXV'l'ON HIGHLANDS, MASS.
I heard the Nliggle giggle,
I heard the Miggle say,
"My dear, l'd low to do it,
But I have to go away!"
96 LORRAINE AVE., UPPER MON'l'ICLAIR
Hehe beams at all the gore,
And hides on Trump behind the doo1'.
Loorcmn AFTER ROOMMATE COMPLEX.
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DOROTHY ELIZAIQETH WATSON
4 BALDWIN ST., EAST ORANGE, N. J.
Inertia had bound us fast,
VVhen thru South Hadley village passed
A girl who bore for our advice,
A banner with a strange device-
COMPLEX: Third ljllfff.
FLORENCE EDITH WATSON
21 Wmnsok '1'12RRAciz, YONKERS, N. Y.
"What Every Womaxl Knows, and Few
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MARY KATHERINE WEAVER
216 E. VVASHINGTON ST.,
4'For if she will, she Will, you may
And if she won't, she won't, and there's
an end on't."
X, FAITH FRANCES WELLS
RIVERHEAD, L. I., N. Y.
Proposition: "The only way to ha
friend is to be one."
Given: Faith and Blount Holyoke.
Proof: College enrollment 979.
Faith's friends 979.
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MARGARET ADAMS WHITE
133 TKJNVNSEND HEIGHTS, WALTON, N. Y.
She speaks softly, as the Gym
But her giggle is warranted
COMPLEX : Calfues.
Extra! Big Expose!!
She kept gold fish Sophomore
She was song-leader at Brown.
And-this is not news, but a feature of
She writes poetry.
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RUTH ELEANOR WHITNEY
-I-2 SEYMOUR AVE., DERBY, CONN.
A calm came on my spirit,
And I had no more fears:
For I had misinformed the world
I had not worked in years.
Comm-LEX: The Lighl l"anfa.v1ic.
3004 CADILLAC AVE., DlE'l'ROI1', MICH
She does the most difficult stunt,
With never a groan or a grunt,
And if you would see
The equal of she,
We'1l say you are in for a hunt.
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RUTH ELIZABETH VVILCOX
"That added depth and insight
Which a year or so in the outside world
Can give to college experience."
Don't speak to Ruth of complexes. It
was a Psychy lah she worked in.
-IISSSIE CORA WILLIAMS
165 FRANKLIN ST., WES'l'FIEI.D, Mixss.
Other things too.
Let's chuck them
COMPLEXIES: risk her, .vlze knawx.
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839 IVIONTGOIVIERY ST., JERSEY CITY, N.j.
Her clothes will always he quite rightg
I-ler math and music she doth well writeg
She plays with Myrtle as a rite.
And she is Porter's funny face-wright.
Elaine-oh, she's a very good Wight.
CHRISTMAS TOY COM PLEX.
IQSTHICR WALLACE WILSON
1869 MA1N ST., STRATFORD, CONN.
12 P. M., on Saturday may find her
doing math, and 4 A. M. on Monday may
find her doing History, but on Sunday-
hah love!-she reads the S.E.P., eats choc-
olates, and recites poetry to her friends.
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Ni5w'1'oN CENTER, MASS.
You cannot keep quicksilver in your hand,-
Nor empty all the water from :i wellg
You cannot tic a brick to thistleclown--
And that is why l cannot write of Hel.
ELIZABETH WILSON VVRAY
190 WEST Avis., RocHEs'1'1sR, Y.
She does the job,
And does it well,
And still has time
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But Rosa has disproved Kipling.
COMPLEX: International Law.
CARRIE ELIZABETH ZAHORSKY
4435 W PINE Boumsvnno, ST. LOUIS, MO
My Betty is Z1 young thing,
Just entered on her teens,
Bright as the day, and sweet as Nlay,
Big brown eyes, and a knowing way.
M51 Betty is Z1 young thing,
But study well she can,
And she knows how to sing and dance,
And smile upon Z1 man.
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Mary Learned Hall
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Anna Margaret Moffat
Alice E. Parker
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ART AND ARCHEOLOGY
HELEN EVELYN BUSH
BIBLICAL HISTORY AND LITERA
ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY
MARY ALLEN EDGE
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EN GLI SH LITERATURE
INIARGARET VAN NVYCK
HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
DORIS ARNOLD '
HELEN EVELYN BUSH
MARGARET VAN WYCK
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ICLEA NOR KLOPIIENBURG
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A Little Play Entitled
"All Sorts and Conditions of Womeni' I
with characters chosen by and from the Class of 1925
Emily Post's Aid, the Social Light .......
The Make-Up Queen, Pompeian Beauty .....
Girl by Poiret, Snappiest Dresser ......... -
The Class Vamp, Dangerous Curves .....
The Hope-Chester, Most Engaged ....
Philosophy B3, Most Aesthetic .................. . .
Most Original, Inward Ho ............
. . . .Kathryn Edie
. . . Helen Richards
. ....Peg Randall
. . .Florence Dodge
. .Francesca Deroin
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, Jr., Most Progressive .............
Cottrell and Leonard's Model, Best Looking in Cap and Gown. . .
Blue Book Blues, Most Studious ........
The Heroine of Guillible's Travels .....
The Queen of the Walk-Arounds, Class Clown.
Most Temperamental, a Lovely llflaenad
. .Dorothy Watson
. . . Helen Richards
. .Margaret Porter
. . .Roberta Swartz
Most Efficient, System ................. .... C atherine Nevius
Most Curious, The Inquirer ..........
Lost in the Fog, Most Absent-Minded. .
Most All-Round, the Perfect Pearl .....
Queen of the Amazons, Most Athletic. .
The Delphic Oracle, Most Loquacious..
C-R-R-R-A-S-H, lVIakes Most Breaks..
Hail Holyoke, Blue and White Forever
A Woman for the Ages, Class Genius. . .
. . . .Myrtle Jordan
. . .Kathleen Green
. . . .Kathryn Edie
. . . . .Leila Hopper
. . . .Catherine Nevius
. . . . . .Faith Wells
. ...... Helen Smith
Most Individual, "Once in a Blue Moon"
Syncopatriotic Baby, Class Jazz Hound.
The Educator, being a Wise Cracker ....
Calorie Chaser, the Class Skeleton ......
Class Gusher, Gilt-Edged Oil Stock ....
Biggest Bluff, Brown Stone Front .....
. . .Roberta Swartz
.Mary Allen Edge
. .Catherine Nevius
. . . .Marian Thrall
. . . .Eleanor Pierce
. . .Kathleen Green
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Sfurord Dancer .
Spirit of the Marxh
Presented by the Class of 1925
November 24, 1923
THE EXEC UTIVES
. RUTH GREGORY
. . JUNE HEATH
. . VAI.nA LYONS
. MARY SINCLAIR
. ELEANOR PIERCE
. MARION THRA'LL
. DoRo'rHY PYLE
. JULIA SIMONDS
KATHARINE LEE, Chairman . . . . .... . CATHERINE NEVIUS, Coach
RUTH FERTIG .
HELEN BAKER, MARG
HELEN BLYTH .
MARY SINCLAIR .
ALICE SCHREIBER .
MARGUERITE A'rwoon .
HELEN RICHARDS .
. . . Wrztzng
. . Costume:
. . . Business
. Stage Manager
. Head Uxher
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Class Song of 1925
lllusiv by RACHEL BARRON 1911211012 ,1f0l'I1.Y by RUT11 ME.4D F12R'1'1o
Once, long ago, those who guarded hid treasure
We1'e met hy il griffin with offers of aiclg
He that was child of the eagle and lion,
Nothing could harm, nothing make him afrziid.
We, Twenty-five, are the trihe of the g1'ifhng
Unto the grifiin our t1'ez1sin'e we bearg
"Silo MZll'tC,, our challenge, to wisdom and honor
Yet with each other our hest we will share.
Dearest possessions we heap up for trezlsure,
Spray of the laurel, and hit of the green,
Friendships, old sorrows, both lzihors :md plezlsure,
Tools for our work, and visions we've seen.
These are the riches that Holyoke has hronght ns,
These the reward for work, weary and long.
Come, let us praise her, our own Alma Nlater,
Come, '1'wenty-five, let us join in her song.
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7:30 VP. NI
Saturday, func 6
10:00 A. lVI.
3:00 P. M.
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6:30 P M.
9:30 P. M.
Sunday, June 7
10:30 A. M.
7:30 P. M.
flfonflay, June 8
9:00 A. NI.
10:30 A. lVI.
1 :00 P. M.
2:30 P. NI.
8:00 P M.
Tilesflay, June 9
10:30 A. M.
1 :00 P. M.
8:00 P. M.
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Executive Board Meeting of the Alumnae
Association - .... .
Alumnae llleeting and Forum . . Chapin Auditorium
Presidentls Reception 'to Alumnae . President's House
Reunion Class Suppers followed by
Alumnae Fete ..... VVilbur Banquet Hall
Senior Serenade . . Campus
Baccalaureate Service .... lllary Lyon Chapel
Williain Pierson Merrill of the Brick Presbyterian
Church, New York City
Vesper Service and Organ Recital . Mary Lyon Chapel
President Woolley and lVIr. Hammond
Meeting of Presidents of Local Associa-
' New York Room
Grove and Ivy Exercises
Alumnae Luncheon .
Trustee lVIeeting . .
Dramatic Club Play .
. Wilbur Banquet Hall
Commencement Exercises . . .
President James R. Angell, Yale University
President's Luncheon .... Mead Hall
Presidentls Reception to the Seniors and
their Guests ..... President's House
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ELEANOR L. ADAMS
JOSEPHINE P. WELLS
OLIVE SPRAGUE .
HELEN DRIVER .
. I Secretary
. Song Leader
Sergerm t-at-fl rms
AI.IcE NICLEAN RACHEL BoU'I'wELL
URSULA SANDERS LEONORA HISCCJCK
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Abraham, Estelle Fischer
Adams, Eleanor Louise .
Adams, Norma . .
Alden, Margaret Wheeler
Allenach, Edith Elisabeth
Allen Audrey . . .
Atterberg, Clara Emelia
Baker, Sarah Louise .
Barber, Miriam Louise .
Bartlett, Priscilla . .
Beach, Barbara . .
Belknap, Ruth Shellield
Best, Harriet Delaphine
Bickford, Sarah Marjorie
Bidwell, Florence Estena
Blakeslee, Marion Eaton
Botsford, Carlyn Louise
Boutwell, Rachel Niles .
Brockway, Alice Melvin
Buck, Louise Harwood .
Buckley, Eveline Cecile
Bursaw, Annah Louise .
Butler, Catherine Richards
Carey, Margaret .
Chapin, Barbara . .
Chase, Grace Mabelle .
Clark, Janet Stirrat .
Clough, Elizabeth Pauline
Clow, Louise Elizabeth
Cobb, Dorothy Chase .
Collier, Harriott Sheldon
Compton, Eleanor Phoebe
Cooley, Katharine Ide .
Cottle, Louise Chase .
Cowan, Doris Emma .
Crane, Elizabeth . .
Daggett, Dorothy .
Dean, Margery .
'T he Members
15 Brookside Ave., Nyack, N. Y.
118 Ash St., Reading, Mass.
95 Colberg Aye., Roslindale, Nlass.
334 S. 43rd St., Philadelphia, Pa.
462 Convent Ave., New York City
Cato, N. Y.
503 East 21st St., Sioux Falls, S. D.
9 Vincent Place, Montclair, N. J.
140 School St., Braintree, Mass.
175 High St., Bristol, Conn.
210 Pleasant St., Framingham, Mass.
90 Enfield St., Thompsonville, Conn.
7 Rankin St., Worcester, Mass.
601 N. Main St., Springfield, Mass.
195 Seventh Ave., Troy, N. Y.
111 N. Channing St., Elgin, lll.
67 Shawssheen Road, Andover, Mass.
97 College St., South Hadley, Mass.
113 Grove St., East Orange, N. J.
15 Hadley St., South Hadley, Mass.
106 Hale St., Beverly, Mass.
92 Hillcrest Ave., Yonkers, N. Y.
Kenney Square, Pa.
87 Pineywoods Ave., Springfield, Mass
28 Auburn St., Concord, N. H.
9 Ashton Place, Cambridge, Mass.
209 State St., Bangor, Maine
183 Main St., Terryville, Conn.
R. F. D. 4, Attleboro, Mass.
Providence, Rhode Island
144 Grandview Road, Ardmore, Pa.
211 17th St., Milwaukee, Wis.
115 High St., Bristol, Conn.
20 Lamb St., South Hadley Falls, Mass
99 Division St., Amsterdam, N. Y.
34 Lafayette St., White Plains, N. Y.
152 High St., Taunton, Mass.
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Deering, Edith ' . .
Diefendorf, Katharine .
Dodge, Florence Philbrick
Dolman, Elizabeth Wawner
Douglas, lklary Hudson
Driver, Helen lrene .
Dunn, Thelma ,lean
Dunphey, Mary Alice .
Eustis, Harriet Johonnott
Eylers, Elizabeth Hope .
Fairley, Frances .
Felt, Helen . . .
Ferris, Janet 1VlcGregor
Fish, Margaret Rosamond
Fiske, Josephine Ella .
Fiske, Virginia Helen .
Flagg, Dorothea Kimball
Foote, Louise Selina .
Fowler, Caroline .
Fox, Mary Amanda
Gaul, Katherine Ray .
Geer, Dorothy Lovelace
Glendon, Constance .
Gray, Ruth Elizabeth .
Green, Miriam Benton .
Guild, Dorothy Louise .
Hadley, Nlargaret Cayvan
Haff, lwarjorie Gilbert .
Hallett, Rebecca Emeline
Halstead, Elizabeth .
Harrington, lVIary .
Harris, Katherine Ross .
Hippler, Evelyn Margaret
Hiscock, Leonora Adeline
Hodges, Elizabeth . .
Holding, Laura Anne .
Honey, Frances Maria .
Hook, Kathaine Yoder .
Horton, Charlotte Elizabeth
Howard, Helen Holt .
510 Oecan Ave., Portland, Nlaine.
351 VVilliams St., East Orange, N. J.
3708 42nd Ave., Seattle, VVash.
718 Vernon Rd., Stenton, Philadelphia,
1800 lllarket St., Harrisburg, Pa.
52 Adams St., lVIelrose, lVIass.
326 Park St., Hackensack, N.
351 E. 25th St., Paterson, N. J.
85 Church St., Winchester, Mass.
248 S. Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y.
180 Cypress Ave., Flushing, N. Y.
Nassau, Rens. Co., N. Y.
1615 Sunset Ave., Utica, N. Y.
Cushing Ave., Freeport, lllaine
109 High St., Greenfield, Mass.
Rivermoor, Scituate, Mass.
22 School St., Andover, Mass.
180 S. VVhitney St., Hartford, Conn.
R. F. D. 14, Concord, N. H.
320 W. 22nd St., Kearney, Neb.
Morse Ave., Ridgefield, N. J.
410 Furman Campus, Greenville, S. C.
89 Prospect St., Fall River, Mass.
249 Boulevard, Summit, N.
285 Aycrigg Ave., Passaic, N.
1569 Alameda Ave., Lakewood, O.
-15 Garden St., Cambridge, Mass.
113 Chauncey St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Arden, R. F. D. 2, VVilmington, Del.
308 Washington Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y
595 Ashland Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
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30 Prospect St., Taunton, Mass.
354 Ninth Ave., Bethlehem, Pa.
9 Grand St., Seymour, Conn.
210 Windsor St., Reading, Pa.
62 Downing St., New Haven, Conn.
703 George St., New Haven, Conn.
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Howland, Diary Eleanor
Hubbard, Ursula Phalla .
Hyde, Ruth Elizabeth .
Jackson, Josephine Mudge .
Jameson, Dorothy Hazard .
Johnson, Dorothy Alice .
Jones, Eleanor . .
Jones, Eleanor Hagman
Jones, Mary Hoxie .
Judge, Esther Louise .
Kinsman, Clara Christine .
Krantz, Anita Louise . .
Kurth, Elizabeth Dorothea .
Lane, Elinor Maude . .
Laubner, 'Mildred Hohmann.
Lawrence, Gladys Louise .
Leland, Cora Lillis . .
Lemon, Alice Katherine .
Littlefield, Dorcas Alice .
Lucchini, Katherine Edith .
MacCarthy, Anna Felice .
MacGi11ivray, Mildred Winifred
McGraw, Martha Elizabeth
McGunigle, Gertrude Evangeline
MacKerracher, Alice Thirza
McLaughlin, May Evelyn .
McLean, Alice Coulter .
MacLean, Bernice Louise
Macnab,Al1eyne . . .,
Masse, Frances Charlotte .
Maus, Catherine Flora . .
Merdinger, Marie Loretta .
Merwin, Mary . . .
Millard, Eleanor Adams .
Miller, Eileen fMae .
Mitani, Fumiko . .
Moore, Gladys Meredith .
'Moore, Grace Lucile .
Moore, Olive Johnson .
Morgan, Frances Swasey .
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327 Washington St., Monroe, Mich.
580 E. 22nd St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
344 Campbell St., Williamsport, Pa.
209 Dartsmouth St., Rochester, N. Y.
106 Quaker Lane, Hartford, Conn.
Millwood, N. Y.
1 Crescent Lane, S. Hadley Falls, Mass.
64 Central St., Gardner, Mass.
311 14th. St., Honesdale, Pa.
2039 Columbus Ave., Roxbury, lVIass.
R. F. D. 2, Box 6, Spencer, Mass.
277 Ward St., Newton Centre, Mass.
Rhodesia, South Africa
Mill St., Sherborn, Mass.
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5 Prescott St., Lynn, Mass.
Coe Ave., Meriden, Conn.
17 Allyn St., Holyoke, Mass.
114 Bayview Ave., Port Washington, N.
Cortland, N. Y.
52 Colberg Ave., Roslindale, Mass.
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15 Yale Terrace, West Orange, N. J.
78 W. King St., Shippensburg, Pa.
647 Cooke St., Waterbury, Conn.
1223 Lenox Ave., Plainfield, N. J.
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504 Valley Road, West Orange, N. J.
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52 Hillside Road, Watertown, Mass.
11 Oliver St., Worcester, lVIass.
Demizu, Shichihonmatsu, Kyoto, Japan
81 Waldeck St., Dorchester, Mass.
16 C'ordova St., Augustine, Fla.
31 Walniit St., Arlington, Mass.
1611 Park Ave., Richmond, Va.
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Nellis, Muriel Geniveve
Oliver, Mary Evelyn
Owen, Margaret Clara
Palmer, Virginia .
Patton, Jane . .
Paul, Kathryn Ella
Pearson, Helen . .
Pedley, Catharine Barbour
Perry, Evelyn Frances .
Pierce, Elizabeth . .
Pierpont, Helen .
Pratt, Lenore North .
Preston, Ruth Stuart .
Quinn, Pearle Elizabeth
Rankin, Virginia Lou .
Raymond, Helen Wingate
Redhead, lldary . .
Rhoads, Elizabeth . .
Richter, Margaret Hale
Robertson, lVIary Agnes
Ronalds, Lucille Nadine
Rose, Helen 1VIary .
Rothwell, Doris Phelps .
Rough, Emily Elizabeth
Rowley, Elizabeth Frances
Ryan, Doris Nlargaret .
Ryder, Elizabeth Jane .
St. Denis, Barbara .
Salisbury, Katherine Pharis
Sanders, Ursula Greelev
Sanford, Mary Patchin
Sawyer, Helen Battles .
Schantz, Mary Rosanna
Scoon, Carolyn . .
Scott, Marjorie lsobel .
Seaver, Azuba Ruth .
Sefton, Carolyn .
Simon, Helen Louise .
Smith, Louise Gay
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. 704 Washington St., Bath, Maine.
. 40 Park St., Hyde Park, Mass.
. King St., Portchester, N. Y.
. 989 Maple Ave., Hartford, Conn.
. 425 de Balivere Ave., St. Louis, Mo.
. Box 56, Oak Bluffs, Mass.
. 144 Hancock St., Auburndale, Mass.
. 43 Bracebridge Rd., Newton Centre, Mass
. 46 Clifton Pk., Melrose Highlands, Mass
. Maple Hill Farm, Waterbury, Conn.
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. 42 Preston St., Hathorne, Mass.
. 28 Rivell Ave., Northampton, Mass.
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. -114 Bershine St., Oak Park, Ill.
. 110 Wilbert Road, Lakewood, Ohio
. Route 3, Box 3, Moorestown, N. J.
. 392 School St., Watertown, Mass.
. 136 E. Fourth St., Emporium, Pa.
. Eldorado, lll.
. 1932 E. 82nd St., Cleveland, O.
. 35 S. Parsons Ave., Flushing, N. Y.
. 4 Ferdinand Pl., New Rochelle, N. Y.
. 817 Liberty St., Erie, Pa.
. 33 Francis St., Malden, Mass.
. 12 Prospect St., Cobleskill, N. Y.
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. 1810 W. Genesee St., Syracuse, N. Y.
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. 22 Park Ave., Suffren, N. Y.
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. Derry Village, N. H.
. 221 Garfield Pl., Brooklyn, N. Y.
. 291 Thurston Road, Rochester, N. Y.
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Smyth, Roberta Beebe .
Snow, Hildegarde Mary - .
Speare, Margaret Louise .
Spofford, Helen lVIarian
Sprague, Olive .
Stacy, Faith Louise .
Steadman, Julia Mohr . .
Stevens, Frances Copeland .
Stowe, Jessie Louise . .
Stubbs, Alice Elizabeth . .
Swain, Dorothy Muriel .
Symonds, Helen . .
Tapley, Dorothy Sprague .
Tatnall, Frances Rhoads .
Taylor, Margaret Jean . .
Thomas, Winifred Alice .
Thompson, lvlarjorie Evelyn
Thomson, Phyllis Kingsley .
Towne, Ethel Sylvia . .
Tweedie, Agnes Kerr .
Tyler, Kate Stewart . .
Wadsworth, Helen Elizabeth
Walker, Ruth Eleanor . .
Ware, Elizabeth .
Warren, Jean Craige .
Waterhouse, Anne Starr
Wells, Anna lVIary .
Wells, Josephine Phelps
Wentworth, Marion . .
Whitcomb, Carol Bradford .
Whitney, Elizabeth . .
Williams, Dorothy Helen .
Williams, Helen Page .
Wilson, Julia Henrietta .
Wocker, Hermine . .
Wolcott, Dorothy Chapin .
Woodbury, Lois Annette .
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. 36 Churchill St., Springfield, Mass.
. 79 Dexter St., lVIalden, Mass.
. 520 Watchung Road, Bound Brook, N.
. Bank St., Batavia, N. Y.
. +62 Rugby Road, Brooklyn, N. Y.
. South Hadley, Mass.
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320 Flower Ave., Watertown, N. Y.
. Stepney, Conn.
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10 Mirada Stanford University, Calif.
. 94 Ash St., Reading, Pa.
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2322 E. 2nd St., Long Beach, Calif.
West Hill, Riverdale, New York City
1415 Ave. G., Brooklyn, N. E.
300 Madison St., Fall River, Mass.
. Williamstown, Mass.
200 Payson Road, Belmont 78, Mass.
216 Gibson St., Canandaigua, N. Y.
Laurelton, Springfield Gardens, L. I.
39 Aldrich St., Roslindale, Mass.
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Henry Macbeth, a murderer
Lady Macbeth, who likes the sight of blood .
Hamlet, a dark man seeking revenge . .
Ophelia, an anti-modernist .
Duncan, absent in body .
Portia, a criminal lawyer .
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Caesar, a politician ....
Brutus, Caesar's campaign manager .
Antony, Everyman's rival . .
Cleo, a vampire at large . .
Romeo, in love . .
Juliet, also in love . . . .
Guildenstein Men about town .
Pete Newlyweds ....
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Reporter . .
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Newsboy . .
Chairman of Show .
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The weary scholar shuts his tome,
Falls fast asleep and dreams of Rome.
The corner, hard by Shylock's shop,
XVas quite unguarded by the cop.
And there, when Rome was brave and
Dark deeds befell, untold by tongue.
There Caesar, on his box of soap,
Orated all the old-'time dope.
There Antony and Cleo met
To sit upon the bench and pet.
Young Hamlet, with uneasy eye,
Saw Cleo's face, while passing by.
And' he who took poor Duncan's life,
Macbeth, passed by beside his wife.
But oh, the clue that lost them hope
Was nothing but a piece of soap.
Dead Duncan's spirit Hickered back
To put young Hamlet on the track.
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A graveyard is thc destined end
Of me, myself, and you, my friend.
Here Hamlet's father was at rest,
Here Portia came, by due requestg
And Here too, Hamlet formed the plan
For finding out the guilty man,
But it appeared, through Portia's wit,
A Woman was the cause of it!
Then Portia called the K. K. K
To finish up the holiday.
Of course Mark Antony was late
In keeping an important date
Because fair Cleo bade him stay
While all the puhlic cried "Away!"
Meanwhile, a small domestic scene
Was called upon to intervene.
A married couple, Pete and Kate,
Sat down upon a grave to waitg
Their mighty motor could Il0t pass
Because the tank was low on gas.
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The Macbethls house, at ten of nine,
Was quite the place for one to dine.
There, stylish Rome, a few nights hence,
Made merry at my lord's expense.
The radio was then the way
To make the dullest party gay,
And Cleopatra, sweet young thing,
WVas pressed upon to dance and sing.
But I-Iamlet's mind at such a time,
So deeply brooding on the crime,
Was not upset when it was cried
That fair Ophelia had died,
He would have caused his hostess' death
But for the valor of Macbeth.
That noble lord, without a gun
Killed all the party, one by one.
Then gave the dagger to his wife,
YVho, most obliging, took his life.
Then, feeling warm and somewhat pale,
She drank a glass of ginger ale.
But oh, too late! VVhat could she do?
She had put poison in the brew!
The moral of this tale, we think,
Is, "Never safe to take Z1 drink."
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Dish-Mop on the Juniors
T I like this college. It has its faults, I admit. It goes too far when it tries to keep
me white. But as a whole, it is very satisfactory, and I am never happier than when
I am sitting under the junior lunch Counter getting educated.
I have never been able to decide whether I like the juniors because they run
junior lunch, or like junior lunch because the Juniors run it. They are so kind about
that lunch. Whenever there is a little left, and they don't Want to wait till someone
buys it, they slide it below the counter and leave it to my discretion. I call that gener-
ous. I love generous people.
T They had me all of a twitter for a while in the fall. Their conversation was very
disquieting. In low voices they talked of poison and suicide and wholesale death, and
stopped their talking when any one came by. They were going to "show" something
or someone, and they were so determined that I was nervous about eating their sand-
wiches. This was a passing fancy, though, and when they had "showed," they were
Now that they are juniors, they are upper something. Upper class, or upper
crust-I think that is it. They expect freshmen, who are related to them in some
mysterious manner, to stand about and admire them at all times, and go to get their
mail after second period. I heard of two casualities among the freshmen because of the
mail habit, and I lost a great tuft from my tail myself, by stopping too long to explore
the waste-basket, just at that time.
The juniors are sure of one thing, they are all going to make Fly Bait. They
say they signed for it when they were freshmen. I wonder what is attractive about
being a Fly Baiter.
I have always wanted to know what they do upstairs on Sunday morning. They
put on white pinafores and take several drinks of water, and go up and make a great
noise. I went to see, once, but Mr. Burnham put me out.
Now they are excited about a new thing, "Prom," they call it. They are going
to buy a lot of new clothes, and spend a lot of money, and then it is all over. All they
expect to get for it is a pin. If they walked as close to the ground as I do, and saw all
the lost hair pins and safety pins that I see, they wouldn't go to so much trouble for
another one. W
Let them amuse themselves as they like, I don't mind. As long as they appear
every morning with my lunchfin the post oHice corridor, I shall be faithful to them,
whatever their idiosyncracies.
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Letters rom Sally Sophisticate and Ima Innocent
Dearest Betty :
Well, here we are at home again-it really seems like home here at college now-
and it certainly was good to see so many old friends. And the freshmen-my dear, you
never saw so many in your life--around under foot everywhere. They really were
the most pathetic looking creatures! When we went down to dinner Friday night they
were trying to find out who everyone was, and would you believe it, they asked me if
I was a freshman! Of course I told them I was a sophomore, and they were over-
whelmed. I didn't act a hit superior or anything, though, because I remembered how
I felt when I first came here. So I explained everything about freshmen sitting at the
end of the table and things like that, you know, and they were quite grateful.
Saturday afternoon I took a couple of them to the Y. W. reception. The fresh-
men thought it was wonderful, of course, though they were petrified when they were
going down the receiving line.
Well, I really must say good bye now, dearg I've got to study EC. VVhen I was
a freshman I thought I could fool all I wanted to, but this year I'm going to work
With loads of love,
SA L LY.
Dot Darling: V
Here I am at Mount Holyoke at last. We've been thoroughly taught our place
already, especially by the sophomores in the house. They were very anxious we should
know they were sophomores, and we pretended to be tremendously impressed so as not
to hurt their feelings. One of them took my room-mate and me to the Y. W. recep-
tion last Saturday. I noticed she didn't say the right thing when she took us down the
receiving line, but I don't suppose anybody really cared.
I really ought to study this afternoon, but I don't mean to settle down quite yet.
It doesn't pay to get a reputation as a grind right at the start. And besides, I donlt
want those sophomores to think I'm following their example.
Thcre's some of the crowd wanting me to go for a walk now. Good bye, honey-
I must run. Write soon, won't you?
Just heaps of love from
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Pilgrims toiling to lands of the dawn,
Search we the straight path that leads to the
Beauty that only through truth may be won!
Warder of secrets we hold as our emblem,
Shrouded in silence through ages of strife.
Willing to yield to her who is worthy,
Glory of wisdom, of beauty, of life.
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ANNE NOBl.E . . .... . President
SHIRLEY ToMEs . . . Secretary
LYDIA RANSOM . . Sergeant-at-Arms
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Wail of Freshmanity
Our work is' too much with us: late and soon,
Cromming and grinding, we lay waste our powers
Little we see in College that is ours,
We are throwing our wits away, a sordid boon!
The Amherst men a-singing 'neath the moon,
The Juniors that will be howling at all hours,
And are up-gathered now like sleeping flowers,
For this, for everything, we are out of tuneg
It moves us not. Ye Gods! I'd rather be
A dumb-bell, braving the point of Senior scorn,
So might I, standing on this pleasant campus,
Have glimpses that would make me less forlorng
Have sight of home and Mother's apple pies,
Or hear our Lizzie blow her blatant horn.
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Goading our eager appetites p l -F il
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Scratching pens, the jerking of an unfriend-
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Millti-colored wreaths and soupy gloves,
lVIountains of laundry boxes,
Dim-lit Caverns, with long lines of black If
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Tbe Community Government
llflary Emma Woolley .
Christine Seward '25 .
Ursula Hubbard '26 . .
ilflary Balcntine Anderson '27
Agnes Tweedie '26 . .
Lois Kimball '25 .
CHAIRMIQN OI" CUMMI'1"1'ICIiS -
Elizabeth Chapin-'25 . .
Nlargaret Chapin '25 .
Nlarion Redline '25 .
Louise Schmelke '25 .
Nlary Sinclair '25 .
Jean YVarren '26 .
Ursula Hubbard '26 .
. . l"innnre Commiflrfe
. Library Committee
. l,0lYlfi0lll1l Commiltee
. S. ff. H. GlIlIlllliffPl'
. Colfer' llollxr' Committm'
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The Judicial Board
Helen Smith '25, C!1lli!'lIl!lIl Valda Lyons '25
Margaret Speare '26 Bernice lVIaclean '26
Persis YVright '27 hflarion Pennypacker '28
Frances Haven '25
Hilda Shaul '25 .
Lucy Crissey '25
Dorothy Dartt '25
Margaret Tenll '25
Mary Brigham '25 .
Evelyn Fitch '25 .
Ruth Perry '25 .
Ruth Saunders '25
Mary Sheldon '25
Jessie XVilliams '25
Lois Armstrong '27
Ida Scudder '25 .
Margaret Gould '25
Helen Richards '25
Barbara Ziegler '27
Emily Barrett '25 .
Mary johnson '27
Faith Wells '25 .
Harriet Patey '27
Alma Clark '25 .
Frances Ackland '27
lVIiss A. lilizaheth Adams Cliacnlty lVIemherD
Nliss Christianna Smith Qlfaculty Memherb
. . . . . . . I'c'ar.fon.v llall
. Brigharn Ilall
. Snfford Hall
. Porter Ilall
. -lVi1del' H1111
. . Jlflead Hall
. Hillxide North
. Ilillsicle South
. Rorleefeller North
. . Bridgman
. l .... Cofwles
Mildred Clark '27
- - - - - Jlld.f0ll
Ruth Griffith '27
- - - - . . Smithfuillt'
. . S ycarnores
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The Debating Council
OFF1 Cli RS
Lucy Pickett '25 . . . . . . . . Clllliflllllll
Biargaret Speare '26 . . Sl'l'f'l'fIl7'jf'TI'FllA'IlI'l?I'
Ruth Nliles '25 . . . Senior MKIIILEI'
lldary Redhead '26 . Junior Ilflember
lllary Anderson '27 . ..... Soplmmore Miellzber'
Subject: Resolved that the United States should enter the League of Nations.
lVIount Holyoke-Vassar. VVon by Vassar at lVIount Holyoke.
Mount Holyoke-Smith. Won by Nlount Holyoke at Smith.
Subject: Resolved that the nations of the VVorld should recognize the present govern-
ment of Russia.
Nlount Holyoke-Cambridge. Wciii by the negative team.
Subject: Resolved that a school system exclusively of public institutions would better
fulfill the purpose of education than the present system.
.Moiint Holyoke, negative-Barnard, affirmative. At Barnard.
Blount Holyoke, affirmative-Radcliffe, negative. At Mollnt Holyoke.
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Delta Sigma Rlwo
LuCy Pickett, '25 . ...... . . ljresident
Urslllzl Hlll7l52ll'Cl '26 . . . . . Sf'r'l'elm'y-Trfgyyrpr
- In the Class of 1924
Louise Baethke Cjunior yearj Carla Smith fSenior ycarj
Gertrude Brown CSOphomore ycarl Doris Trevett Cslunior yearj
Lois Curtis fjunior yearl
In the Class of 1925
Catherine Nevius CSophomore yearl Lucy Pickett Cjunior yearj
'ln the Class of 1926
Ursula Hubbard fSoph0more yearl Anna lVIary Wells CSopl1om0re year,
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QAffiliated with the National Student Foruml
Alice lVIcl.ean, ,26 . ....... Cluzirman
Elizabeth Trumper '25 . . Serretary
Helen Hurt '27 . . . Tl'PI1.S'Ill'KI'
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The lnternational Relations Club
The International Relations Club was organized in 1919 by Miss Neilson. Each
year it selects some present-clay problem for discussion. This year the club has been
studying problems connected with race.
Elizabeth Chapin '25 . . . . . . President
Elizabeth Crane '25 . . Svrretary-Treasurer
llfliss Neilson Miss Cheek
Miss Barnes Miss Ellis
Miss Putnam Miss Judson
Margaret Van Wyck
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Rosa Yeranian .
Eleanor Tao .
Grace Liang .
Lois Todd .
The Cosmopoliton Clula
. Peking, China
. Tientsiu China
. Canton China
. Kyoto, JKIIJIHI
. Greville, Franre
. Paris, Frrmce
Smyrmz, Aisirl fllinor
. New York City
. New York City
Bound Brook, N. J.
. Roclzester, N. Y.
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The Young Women's Christian Association
THE OFFICERS AND CABINET
Harriet Cogswell . .
Elizabeth Wray '25 .
Audrey Allen '26 .
Janet Evans '25 .
Olive Moore '26 .
Helen Clark '27 .
Leonora Hiscock '26 .
Helen Easton '25 . .
Helen Blyth '25 . .
Florence Wadsxvorth '25
Edith Shane '25 . .
Kathryn Pennypacker '25
Mary Douglas '26 .
. . . General S?t'l'Pf!ll'j'
. . ljrexizlezzt
. . . 'l'reasurer
. . Jsxistant Treasurer
. . . . N . Secretary
Lfl1I1L'I'gI'1I1IIlf6 Field Reprexelltrztive
. Student lfolunteer Leader
. Bible Study Department
. Cfonference l3epartn1ent
. Meeiirzgi' Departmenl
. Exlension Department
. . . . Campus Service
Christine Kinsman '26 . . lflforld lfellowxlzip Department
-lean VVarren '26 . . . . . . . Coffee House Clmirman
THE ADVISORY COMIVIITTEE
President Woolley Miss Mary E. Taylor
Dean Purington Miss Mary I. Hussey
Miss Louisa S. Stevenson Miss Emma P. Carr
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The Silver Bay Club
Harriet Cogswell . . . .
M E M B ERS
Ma rguerite Atwood
Katherine Edie '
Valda Lyons '
Helen H. Smith
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MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY AND STAFF
Mary Woolley, M.A., Litt.D., L.H.D.
Viola F. Barnes
Bertha E. Blakely
Ralph P. Boas
Mary V. Braginton
Marion H. Cowperthwaite
M. Gertrude Cushing
Ella S. Dickinson
Ethel Barbara Dietrich
Alice H. Farnsworth
Helen C. Flint
Marjorie B. Barstow
Caroline B. Greene
Charles A. Hawley
Samuel P. Hayes
Frances E. Haynes
Olive C. Hazlett
Ellen C. Hinsdale
Arynesss I. Joy
Margaret A. Judson
Florian A. Shepard
Sarah Ellie Smith
Ada L. Snell
Kathryn F. Stein
Alice P. Stevens
Louisa S. Stevenson
Alma G. Stokey
Ellen B. Talbot
Abby H. Turner
Harriet F. VVhicher
Laura H. VVild
Catherine J. Williams
Mary G. XVilliams
Helen F. WVood
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Honors and Prizes Conferrecl
Phi Beta Kappa Society
MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 192-1
Eleanor Loretta Abrams
Dorothy Elizabeth Bell
,lean Phyllis Black
Nlary Gertrude Brown
Hazel Nlitchell Burton
Elmire Lydie Dermine
mLaura Metcalf Gill
Emily Eloise Hanum
Charlotte Proctor Kummel
ihElected in Junior Year.
Nlarion Elsie lVIaclean
Caroline Stone Monks
Ellen Elsie Pierce
Harriet Howell Rogers
Eleanor Robb Stein
Kathryn Forney Stein
mllflary Elizabeth Steinmetz
mhflabel lVIary Stoudt
Doris Ethel Trevett
Dorothy Elizabeth VVinn
FROM THE CLASS OF 1925
Margaret Learned Chapin
julia Evelyn lVIcDonnell
Lucy VVeston Pickett
Mary Elizabeth Steinmetz . . . Holder of the Bardwell Memorial Fellowship
A.l3., Mount Holyoke College, 1924.
Radcliffe College, Mathematics.
Rose Lucille Anderson ....... Holder of the '86 Fellowship
AB., Mount Holyoke College, 1922.
Bryn Mawr College, Mathematics and Physics.
Mary Taylor ..... Holder of the lVIary E. VVoolley Fellowship
A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1920.
A.M., University of Wisconsin, 1922.
University of London, Labor Problems.
Louise Robinson Heath . .
A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1921.
A.M., Mollnt Holyoke College, 1923.
Radcliffe College, Philosophy and Psy
. Holder of the 1905 Fellowship
Margaret Behn Steinhausen . Holder of the Patrick Memorial Scholarship for
A.l3., Mount Holyoke College, 192-1-.
New York School of Social Work, Applied Sociology.
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Eleanor Loretta Abrams .
Charlotte Arnold . .
jean Phyllis Black .
Pearl Augusta Bragdon .
Mary Gertrude Brown
Hazel Mitchell Burton
Cara Cook . . .
Anita Elizabeth Don .
Emily Eloise Hannum .
Aline Huke ....
Isabelle Corinne Lawrence
Mary Reubena Locke . .
Marion Elsie Maclean .
Dorothy Richardson .
Harriet Howell Rogers
Rezia Rowley . .
Kathryn Forney 'Stein .
Mary Elizabeth Steinmetz .
Doris Julia Thomas .
Doris Ethel Trevett . .
Dorothy Elizabeth VVinn .
MARY LYON SCHOLARS
. . . , . Zoology
. Ez'onomif.r and Sociology
History and Politiral Soienee
. . . . . Pxyehology
. Economies and Sociology
. . . . Astronomy
. lironomir: and Sociology
. . . . . Englixh
. . . . Pl1y.vir,v
. . . . . Mathmatifs
. . . . . Frenrll
Biblifal llirtory and Literature
. . . . . . Chemistry
. . . . . Zoology
Ilisrory and Politiral Scienre
. . . . . . English
. . . . . Zoology
. . . . . Mallnnatif:
. . , . . . Pllysirx
ltibliral Hixlory and Literature
. . . Frenfh and Italian
SARAH WILLISTON SCHOLARS
Norma Adams Helen Holt Howard Ursula Sanders
Priscilla Bartlett Mary Eleanor Howland Helen Sawyer
Harriet Dalaphine Best Eleanor Jones Margaret Speare
Elizabeth Wagner Dolman Bernice Maclean Phyllis Thomson
Harriet johonnott Eustis Marie Merdinger Lois VVoodbury
Ma rga ret Richter
PHI BETA KAPPA PRIZE SCI-IOLARS
Mary Elizabeth Steinmetz, 1924 julia Evelyn McDonnell, 1925
KEY PRIZE SCHOLAR
Lois Annette VVoodbury, 1926
JESSIE GOODWIN SPAULDING LATIN SCHOLARSHIP
Doris Griswold Arnold, 1925
JESSIE GOODWIN SPAULDING LATIN PRIZE
Miriam Southwell Farley, 1927
SIGMA THETA CHI ALUMNAE POETRY PRIZE
Anita Elizabeth Don, 1924 ' Mary Allen Edge, 1925
KATHRYN IRENE GLASCOCK MEMORIAL POETRY PRIZE
Roberta Teale Swartz, 1925 l
FLORENCE PURINGTON PRIZE
V Katherine Alice Burton, 1927
HELEN F. KIMBALL AWARD
Esther Lowell Hibbard, 1924- Roberta Teale Swartz, 1925
SARAH STREETER CU P
Dorothy C. Pyle, 1925
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I,l'1lt1'l'l'Z Mr. NVilliam C. Hammoml
Barodel Gould, l'l'1'.ridz'r1I Laura Holding, Scrrrfllry
Dorothy johnson, l'ir0-Prr'.ride11t Elizabeth Eylers, lx'11.ru11'.f.r Managlrr
Helen Blyth, f1l't'01IIfPll7IiJl
Lois Armstrong '27
Clara Atterburg '26
Elizabeth Babcock '25
Barbara Beach '26
Cordelia Boardman '27
Mary Brigham '25-
Louise Cottle '26
janet Clark '26
Louise Clow '26
Elizabeth Eylers '26
janet Ferris '26
Katherine Gessuer '25
Dorothy Graves '27
Elizabeth Halsted '26
Dorothy Hewitt '27
Laura Holding '26
Helen Leavens '27 Q
Gertrude McGunigle '26
l,orrainc Mills '27
jeannette Morris '25
Louise Nunn '27
Anne Parker '27
Kathryn Pennypackcr '25
Eleanor Pierce '25
jean Beattie '27 janet Evans '25 Eleanor H. jones
Marjorie Carr '25 Barodel Gould '25 Valda Lyons '25
Lucv Crissev '25 Dorothv Guild '26 Eleanor Neill '27
Anne Newcomb '
Lucille Daggett '27 june Heath '25
Rachel Pierce '25
Dorothy johnson '26
Elizabeth Pierce '26
Helen Rose '25
Elizabeth Rough '26
Barbara St. Denis '26
Elizabeth Snodgrass '25
Helen Spofford '26
Lucy Street '27
Margaret Thorp '27
jessie VVilliams '25
Helen VVoods '25
Elizabeth Zahorsky '25
Dorothy Pyle '25
Helen Raymond '26
Mary Sinclair '25
Dorothy Williams '26
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Frances Brown '27
Doris Cowan '26
Elsa Barnouw '28
Esther Dewey '28
Helen Locke '27
Ruth Davis '28
Eleanor H. jones '26
Edna Frederick '27
Rachel Hodous '28
Felma Pratt '27
Helen Raymond '27
Shirley Tomes '28
Jeanette Lampson '25
Virginia Palmer '26
Mary Russel '27
Elizabeth Taylor '27 l
ith WVells '25
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'25, Dorothy Pyle
'26, Helen Driver
'22, Margaret Shane '24, julia Abbe
'23, Mildred Holt '25, Dorothy Pyle
Songs: Ole Uncle Moon. ilfinter Song
1h7on by 1923
'23, Mildred Holt '25, Dorothy Pyle
'24, Edna Kaler '26, Ruth Marsh
Songs: Lullahyx Selection from Aida
VVon by 1923
'24, Edna Kaler
'25, Dorothy Pyle
'26 Helen Driver
'27, Lucille Daggett
Songs: Mandalay. Rocl.-ed in de Win'
'27, Lucille Daggett
'28, Anne Pehrson
Songs: Bach Choral.:
Walki11' Through Jerusalem Jus! Like John.
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Carol Choir 16324
Norma Adams '26
Lois Armstrong '27
Clara Atterburg '26
Barbara Beach '26
jean Beattie '27
Ruth Belknap '26
Cordelia Boardman '27
Mary Brigham '25
Alice Broackway '26
Louise Buck '26
Margaret Carey '26
Marjorie Carr '25
Grace Chase '26
janet Clark '26
Louise Clow '26
Eleanor Compton '26
Louise Cottle '26
Lucy Crissey '25
Lucille Daggett '27
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Margery Dean '26
Alice Dodge '25
Elizabeth Dolman '26
Mary Douglas '26
Helen Driver '26
Thelma Dunn '26
janet Evans '25
Elizabeth Eylers '26
janet Ferris '26
Ruth Fertig '25
Dorothy Fiske '25
Dorothy Flagg '26
Edith Fobes '25
Ervina Foss '25
Katherine Gessner '25
Barodel Gould '25
Dorothy Graves '27
Ruth Gray '26
Miriam Greene '26
Dorothy Guild '26
Rebecca Hallett '26
Elizabeth Halsted '26
june Heath '25
Dorothy Hewitt '27
Laura Holding '26
Frances Honey '26
Leila Hopper '25
Mary House '25
Charlotte Horton '26
Dorothy Howlett '25
Ursula Hubbard '26
Ruth Hyde '26
Louise jack '25
Dorothy Johnson '26
Eleanor H. Jones '26
Myrtle Jordan '25
Elizabeth Kurth '26
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Carol Choir IQQ4
Anita Krantz '26
Helen Leavens '27
Valda Lyons '25
Gertrude McGunigle '26
Alice MacKerracker '26
Alice McLean '26
Bernice Maclean '26
Catherine Mans '26
Marie Merdinger '26
Mary Merwin '26
Ruth Miles '25
Lorraine Mills '27
Jeannette Morris '25
Eleanor Neill '27
Catherine Nevius '25
Anne Newcomb '25
Louise Nunn '27
Anne Parker '27
Catherine Pedley '26
Ruth Perry '25
Eleanor Pierce '25
Elizabeth Pierce '26
Rachel Pierce '25
lverna Putnam '25
Dorothy Pyle '25
Pearle Quinn '26
Helen Raymond '26
Mary Robertson '26
Helen Rose '25
Elizabeth Rough '26
Barbara St. Denis '26
Katherine Salisbury '26
Mary Sanford '26
Marjorie Scott '26
Ida Scudder '25
Christine Seward '25
Edith Shane '25
Mary Sinclair '25
Helen Smith '25
Elizabeth Snodgrass '25
l'Ielen Spotford '26
Olive Sprague '26
Lucy Street '27
Elsie Sweeney '25
Dorothy Tapley '26
Margaret Taylor '25
Ruth Thomas '27
Marjorie Thompson '26
Margaret Thorp '27
Ethel Towne '26
Elizabeth Trumper '25
Harriet Vaughn '25
Anne YVaterhouse '26
Marjorie VVellmann '27
jessie VVilliams '25
-lulia NVilson '26
Helen Woods '25
Elizabeth Zahorslty '25
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The Dramatic C1uh
Catherine Nevius, 1925 . . . . . President
Katherine Diefendorf, 1926 .. . Vice-President
Anita Krantz, 1926 . . . . . . Secretary
Catherine Nlaus, 1926 . . .... Business Illanager
Bethenia McCreery, 1925 . . Chairman of the Dramatic Committee
Anne Newcomb, 1925 . . . . Chairman of the Scenery Committee
Evelyn Oliver, 1926 . . 'Chairman of the Properties Committee
Winifred Glover, 1925 . . Chairman of the Lighting Committee
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The Plays of the Year 1924
lieefsteak and lirownin .
. Alice Christy, 1924
llflanagement . . . ....... lfdna Shepard, 1923
The Koppenals ......... Maxine Nlclirinle, 192-P
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lVIount Holyoke Nlilestoncs . ,.
. . . . . Alzada Comstock
l'1'1'.v1'1lf1'1l by flu' l"f1r'lllIj'
l,l'l?.Vt'llfL'I1 by Ihr' Cleef
Twelfth N ight .....
VVhat's in a Name .....
. . . . . Gilbert anal Sullivan
Club and Ihe Dl'I1IllIlfil' Club
. . Shakespeare
flu' lbflllllllfil' Club
. . . . Nluriel Nellis
1,l'l'.W'llfl'lI by flu' Cluxx of 19.26
The Knight of the Burning Pestle .
P rf'.vf'11f1'1f by
Three Pills in a Bottle ....
The Cradle Song .....
l,l'l'.Vl'lIfl'l1 by flu'
. . . . Beaumont and Fletcher
flu' Ijflllllllfit' Club
. . Rachel Lyman Field
. . . . . . Gregorio Sierra
Defrurfment of Sjfeerli
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Miss Penney .
Mount Holyoke Milestones
fl Ilay in Three' flats
By Alzada Comstock
ACT I ACT
. . Miss Hewes
. Miss Ellen Talbot
Fanny VVheaton . . Miss Lyles
Hiram Wheaton . . Mr. Warbeke
Addie Hamilton . . Miss Patch
Daniel Hamilton . . Mr. Hayes
Lucinda Bradford . Miss Ellis
Sarah Ward .
. . . Mr. Scott
Miss Christianna Smith
. . . Miss Carr
voider. Miss Rensch
Teachers and Pupils at the Seminary
Myra Hamilton .
Bertha Long .
Miss Clark .
Daniel Hamilton .
Miss Bryant .
Henry Hamilton .
Miss' E. Adams
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Eleanor Carpenter .
Catherine Moore .
Miss West . .
Myra Carpenter .
Fanny Hamilton .
Daniel Hamilton .
Henry Hamilton .
Bill Leavitt . .
Hiram Wheaton .
' Scene: Mount Holyoke Seminary and College.
. Miss Cheek
. Miss Foss
. Miss Clift
. Miss Lyles
. Mr. Hayes
. Mr. Kinney
. Miss Ellis
ACTI. Scene I. The opening day of the Seminary year, September 1872. Parlor A.
Scene II. An evening in February, 1873. Fanny's room.
Scene III. The following day. Parlor A.
Scene I. An evening in May, 1896. Myra's room.
Scene II. Two days later. Parlor A.
ACTIII. A late afternoon in November, 1923. The Post Office Corridor.
Produced under the direction of Miss Couch.
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Qlcl Englislw May Game
GIVEN IN HONOR OF ,THE MAY QUEEN
May 17, 1924
THE CAST l
Lady lVIar,2aret, Queen of the lWay . . . . Nlargaret Bryant
St. George . . . V . . . Eleanor Adams
Crown Bearer . Elizabeth Clough
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Train Bearer . . Filizabeth Olmstead
Ladies-in-Waiting . J Lkltlhy
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l Lois Galbraith
Dragon . Doris St. J. Dickinson
Fool . . Elizabeth Trumper
Hobby-horse . . . Ruth Anthony
Jacks-in-the-green . l Elizabeth Levers
Robin Hood .
Frair Tuck .
Robin Hood's Men .
If All theWo1'lcl were Paper
Rigs 0' lVIarlow-Morris Stick Dance
1 Dolores Oliphant
. Edith Deering
. Evelyn Perry
f Virginia Barnes
j Lorraine lVIills
Bacca Pipes-Morris Jig
Flamborough Sword Dance
Country Gardens-Morris Handkerchief Dance
Picking up Sticks
Spring and her maidens, believing that winter has at last left the earth, venture
forth to dance. They frolic about, but are suddenly interrupted by the moaning of
the wind. They look around them, see Winter and his followers advancing, and shrink
away in terror: They stalk up the field, rolling a huge snowball. Several villagers,
unafraid, attempt to interrupt their sport, but Winter becomes angry, attacks and over-
powers them. St. George, seeing their plight from a distance, rallies his men and comes
to the rescue. VVinter is at last conquered., St. George whistles to his dragon who
marches off with them to imprisonment. A trumpet is heard. The Queen approaches
followed by her court and crowds of villagers. St. George greets her and conducts ber
to her throne where he places the crown on her head. Then follow songs, dances and
an archery contest in honor of the Queen. As the day comes to a close, the villagers
gather around the may poles and end their revels in a maypole dance.
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The Knight of the Burning Pestle
Rebecca: "I long to see a play, and above all playes, The Knight of the Burning--
What du' call 't ?"
Mony lacke: "The Knight of the Burning Pestle."
Rebecca: "Pestle, is it? I thought of another thing, but I would faine see it. They
say there's a grocer's boy kills a gyant in it, and another little boy that does a
citizen's wife the daintielist-but I would faine see their best actor doe me: I
would so put him to'tg they should find another thing in handling of mee, I
Speaker of the .Prologue . . Virginia Dufresne '25
A Citizen . . . . . . Jean Joslyn '27
His Wife . . . Bethenia McCreery '25
Ralph, his apprentice . . lVIarjorie Scott '26
Venturewell, a Merchant . . Eleanor Herbert '27
Humphrey . . . Eleanor Jones '26
Merrythought . . june Heath '25
Jasper, his son . . Dorothy Graves '27
Micheal, his son . . . Mary Nunn '27
Tim, apprentice . . . Edna McClenahan '27
George, his apprentice . Marguerite Harrington '27
Tapster .... . . Dorothy Frost '27
Barber ...... . Doris Dickinson '25
Luce, daughter of Venturewell . Catherine Simon '27
Mistress Merrythought .... . . Christine Vack '27
Pompinia, daughter of King of Moldavia . . . . Dorothy Burrow '26
Musicians .A ....... . Eleanor H. jones, Doris Cowan
Gentlemen ...... Catherine Bellows, Edith Deering, Alice Haas
Scene: London and the Neighboring country excepting Act IV, Scene IIQ where it is
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Bridget . .
Ada Stebbins .
Wilbur Jones .
Mrs. Rogers .
Bevo Everett .
Jed . .
Dominie John Koppenal .
Cora Braam .
English 26 Playshop
BEEFSTEAK AND BROWING
By Alice Christy, 1924
By Edna Shepard, 1923
By Maxine McBride, 1924
. . julia Abbe, '24
. Rezia Rowley '24
. Lida Brannon '24
Maxine McBride '24
Elizabeth MacKinnon '24
. . Doris Adair '24
Elizabeth Duyckinck 24
Elizabeth MacKinnon '24
, Mary Brainard 24
. Catherine Nash '24
. . June Heath '25
. Elizabeth Heeter '24
. Frances Sackett '24
. .Marjorie Cook '24
. . Doris Adair '24
. Adelaide Lehan '24
Elizabeth Duyckinck '24
5 Lema Fullerton
' 'l Evelyn Smiley
. . . . Anne Hussey '24
. Maxine McBride '24
. Rezia Rowley '24
. Doris Adair 24
. Marjorie Cook '23
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Three Pills in a Bottle
A FANTASY IN ONE ACT
RACHEL LYIWAN FIELD
Z Now or then.
I Anywhere or nowhere.
: A room in the YViCl0w Suns house.
Tony Simms ....
The XVidow Sims, his mother . . .
A Middle-aged Gentleman .
His Soul .... .
A Scissors Grinder . . .
His Soul . . .
A Scrub Woman . .
Her Soul . . .
The Cradle Song
A COMEDY IN TWO ACTS
GREGRIO IVIARTINEZ SIERRA
JOHN GARRETT UNDERHILL
. Hope Dyer
. Edith Shane
. Eleanor Morse
. Erma Funck
. Ervina Foss
Scene-A room opening into the Cloister of a Convent of enclosed Dominican Nuns.
Scene-Parlor of the Convent. Eighteen years have passed.
Sister Joanna ofthe Cross . ...' .
Teresa .... . . .
The Prioress . .
The Vicaress . . .
The Mistress of Novices .
Sister Marcella . . . .
Sister Maria jesus .
Sister Sagrario .
Sister Inez .
The Doctor .
Other Nuns .
. Anita Krantz
. Elsie Sweeney
. . Norma Adams
. Olive Moore
. Muriel Cann
. Harriette Patey
. . Lillie Prisk
. Winona Hardy
l Evelyn Perry
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Roberta T. Swartz, 1925, Editor-in-Chief
Katharine Lee, 1925
Mary Allen Edge, 1925
Frances R. Tatnall, 1926
Helen H. Howard, 1926
Marion M. Redline, 1925 .
Faith F. Wells, 1925 . .
Margaret Sumner, 1927 .
Elizabeth B. Harris, 1925 .
Edith C. Fobes, 1925 . .
Agnes K. Tweedie, 1926 .
Alice C. McLean, 1926 .
Mary V. Fulton, 1927 .
Annabelle Fitzsimmons, 1927
Julia McDonnell, 1925
Ursula Sanders, 1926
Helen Phillips, 1927
. . Business
. Jssismnl Business
. Assistant Business
. . . fldfvertising
. V zJ.YSi.flIlllf fld'Uertising
. Jssisizzzrl .fldfvertising
. . . Circulation
. Jssistrlzlt Circulation
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The Mount Holyoke News
Katharine B. Knapp, 1925 ......... Editor-in-Chief
Anna Mary Wells, 1926 . . . . Illanaging Editor
Ruth Gregory, 1925 Dorothy A. Rogers, 1925
Frances Reynolds, 1925 Grace L. Moore, 1926
Ruth NI. Fertig, 1925 Elizabeth D. Kurth, 1926
Winifred A. Thomas, 1926
Katherine Burton, 1927 Dolores Oliphant, 1927
Elsie Jarman, 1927 l Mary Emily Woolley, 1927
Dorothy Jenkins, 1927 Helen Bernard, 1927
Eleanor Herbert, 1927 X
Barodel Gould, 1925 . ..... . Business Mzzzizlger'
Isabel Holmes, 1925 . . . . Adverlising fllanager'
Louise Nunn, 1927 . . Assistant Adfvertising Marzzzger'
Anne Waterliotlse, 1925 . . . .Circulation Manager
1VIay McLaughlin, 1926
Marguerite Harrington, 1927 ' '
Q . f1.YA'i.1'fll7If Circulating Mrzzragers
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Ellen 1-lurlbutt . ..... . .lfdiior in Clue
Louise Schmelke . . 13Il.S'f7lt?X5 Mzzzzrzgez
Vvinifrecl Gray . L1ll?I'Ill17 Fzfztof
Anna Newcomb . . . . flrf lzrlztor
Mary Sinclair . 11If'Z7l"l'fi.TiIIg 114lIIIllgL'l
Beatrice Hilclrcth . . l,lI0f0gl'Ilf?lll1 fwlzfor
Alice Schreiber . . . . Pllblifify fllanaqez
Dorothy Pyle, 1925 Dorothy Delinc, 1925
limma Patterson, 1925 Nlarjorie Scott, 1926
Norma Aclams, 1926 Doris Garey, 1927
' Frederica Botsforcl, 1928
Helen Davis, 1925
Helen Baker, 1925
Katherine Gaul, 1926
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Olive Sprague, 1926
Barbara St. Denis, 1926
Frances Rice, 1927
Gertrude Ruggles, 1927
Leona Bedient, 1928
Ellen Kanengeiser, 1928
Helen Spofford, 1926
Harriet Best, 1926
Elizabeth Coster, 1927
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Kitharme Lee, 1925 . . . . . Preyident
Florenee Dodge, 1925 . . Vice-President
Helen Howard, 1926 . . Secretary
Roberta Swartz Emma Patterson
Katharine Lee Ruth Muskrat
julia McDonnell 1VIary Allen Edge
Frances Reynolds Dorothy Lester
Helen Davis Dorothy King
Harriet Stoddard Elizabeth Whitney'
Florence Dodge Doris Dickinson
VVinifred Gray Ruth Fertig
Helen Howard Dorcas Littlefield
Anna Nlary Wells
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LET MYSTERY NO MORE GO BY
Let mystery no more go by
And leave me wearying,
So that I hear her festival
But cannot sing
The hymns that gather from the soil
In silence her loud holy tune-
That lift and shake the steepled air
And are vanished soon.
Let mystery no more go by
And leave me wearying, unless
I have slammed my door and run from home,
And given my heart to bitterness.
Robert Swartz, 1925.
Autumn is old and tired with laboring,
And quietly he journeys down to sleep.
His rains are weary and his winds are deep,
Singing the last of all the songs to sing.
His dark is soft and wondering.
Autumn is gentle and his smile is slow
Like trailing music. He is very kind,
Giving to trees gay leaves they could not find,
Soothing the fall of leaves who do not know '
The way to die. His voice is low:
All things over the earth go down to die.
Growing, they hafve only grown to death.
Giving their color to the air, their breath
To float in lnusir, silent they pass by.
Ofzfer the earth they go to die.
Mary Allen Edge, 1925
THE BELLED COW
The cow with a cowbell grazing in the birch grove,
Shadowy tan in the branches, lifts her head.
The quiet and the moss emfbroideries
On rock, the savage earnestness of what
The wind is chanting softly, stroke her brain.
Making her want, not grass, but to go nearer.
She takes a step to see. Her bell gives out
Its gloating tinklc, and she drops her head.
She reaches for another juicy tuft.
lVIary Allen Edge, 1925
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A GAY GREEN FAIRY
A gay green fairy Rolled for joy
Wove a jig Under a nettleg
Over a pebble, .lumped with fright
Under a twig, Away from a beetle.
Slid down a grass blade, Stradclled a bee's back
Stamped at a bugg Fuzzy with pollen,
Into a worm's den Pulled his Cllr
Dark and snug. Loudly calling.
Puffed with a dew-ball "Why do I weave
Up a slopeg A jig today?
lnto an ant-hole I weave a jig
To bits it broke. Because I am gay!"
5 Dorcas Littlefield, 1926.
THE DEVIIXS GROUND
Along the road I'fue mel its seed at fhe county fair.
Along the road I'fue met its seed in Spain.
I came to a milkweed pod. I"ve met its seed by the wee rose tree
I pinched it once, . That grows in the miller's lane.
I pinched it twice,
Thinking it sprang from highway sod, Ever I feel on eueh a day
Not from the devil's ground. The prick gf an evil Will,
And all that I love is brushed away
When I pinched it thrice i At the touch of a tentacle.
It vanished awayg
But its seed remains until this day. Ruth Fertig, 1925.
Wherever it blows there's the devil to pay,
The devil to pay.
THE CANNY CATS
The three lean cats that live in our back hedge
Would step, each morning, up the Hat flagged walk
To old Miss March's door, to take their milk.
And Sara, stirring muffins in the window,
Could see her sweep .the snow-fall off the step,
And set a pan before the waiting cats,
While all the morning bells were sounding seven.
Last Monday, when the drift closed in Miss March,
And sun-sparks twinkled on her uncleared walk,
Then Sara put her head outside and met,
- -Reflectively upturned from our door-sill-
The cryptic countenances of the cats.
Frances Tatnall, 1926.
Most of these poems have been reprinted from the Mount Holyoke Monthly, with
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Marguerite F. Atwood
Margaret Walker .
Catherine Butler . .
Miss Cheek . . .
Miss Narey .
Marguerite Atwood .
Mary Harrington .
Nancy T. Pope .
Ruth W. Dunlap
Ruth M. Miles .
Miss Cheek . .
Miss Spaulding .
Eleanor E. Herbert .
Mary H. Douglas
Roberta B. Smyth .
Alleyne Macnab .
Ruth E. Rushworth .
Leila Hopper .
Frances Fairley .
. Chairman Athletic Association Board
. Chairman Outing Club Board
. Faculty Member from Outing Club Board
. . . Head of Dept. of Physical Education
Athletic Auoriation Board
. . . Chairman
. Sophomore Member
. Freshman Member
Outing Club Board
. . Chairman
. Faculty Member
. Gymnasium Member
. Sophomore Member
. Junior Member
. Chairman of Riding
. Chairman of Club House
. Head of Canoe Club
. Head of Winter Sports
. Head of Hiking
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'70 points in Athletics, good health, posture, carriage, neatness, and sportsmanlikc
Eleanor Pauline Miller '24-
Margaret E. Teall '25
Louise J. Cooke '25
Dorothy S. Tapley '26
Margaret A. Fleming '25
lwary Harrington '26
Margaret C. Owen '26
Helen L. Davis '25
A. Lois Kimball '25
Elizabeth Rhoads '26
Helen I. Driver '26
Ruth E. Hyde '26
Alice C. lVIcLean '26
Ruth Bishop Tuck '25
Louise P. Schmelke '25
Marguerite F. Atwood '25
Alice C. Dodge '25
Lucile C. Sutor '27
Mary E. Dalton '25
Ruth F. Perry '25
Elizabeth F. Trumper '25
Mary E. Edmands '27
Esther L. Jackson '28
Dorothy Willits '28
Edith Harris Shane '25
Ann Waterhouse '26
Mildred H. Laulmer '26 A
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Valda C. Lyons . Hockey
Alice K. Schrieber . .Tennis
Alice C. Dodge . Volleyball
Mary Sheldon . Basketball
Kathryn Pennypacker Baseball
Mary Sinclair . . Soccer
Margaret A. Fleming Archery
Faith F. Wells . . Track
Elizabeth F. Trumper . Cricket
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All-Holyoke Teams IQ24
Alice C. McLean '26 Alice C. Dodge '25
Anna Waterhouse '26 Maryf E. Edmands '27
Mildred H. Laubner '26
Margaret E. Teall '25 Dorothy S. Tapley '26 '
Louise J. Cooke '25 Louise P. Schmelke '25
Marguerite F. Atwood '25
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Helen I. Driver '26 Alice K. Schrieber '25 Catherine M. Jeffrey '25
Mary Harrington '26 Virginia Y. Yerger '27
'Margaret Fleming '25 Lucilen C. Sutor '27
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Elizabeth Rhoads '26 Esther L. Jackson '28
Helen I. Driver '26 Dorothy Willits '28
Ruth E. Hyde '26 Edith H. Shane '25
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Mary Harrington '26 Mary E. Dalton '25
Margaret C. Owen '26 Ruth F. Perry '25
Helen L. Davis '26 Elizabeth F. Trumper '25
A. Lois Kimball '25
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November 1, 1924
Won by 1925
Close scores, enthusiasm and color, new uniforms, banners and cheering make
field day widely exciting this year.
Sfheflllle of Efvezlts
Volleyball 9:00 A. M. Basketball 9:55 A. M.
1926 versus 1927 1925 versus 1926 -
Score 15-5 in favor of 1926 Score 49-24 in favor of 1925
Soccer 10:30 A. M. Hockey 11:30 A. M.
1925 versus 1926 1925 versus 1926
Score 6-1 in favor of 1925 Score 7-4 in favor of 1926
M. Fleming '25 Score 204-
Ouling Club House
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Full courts from six' o'clock on every morning
in the fall and spring testify to the popularity of
tennis. The Sophomores won the inter-class tourna-
ment. Faculty-student mixed doubles were played
every Saturday afternoon in the fall. Prudence
Paine, 1926, was the cup winner in the individual
tournaments held during the spring. 1925 hopes
to add new nets and poles to the courts which were
fixed last year in preparation for the tennis season.
PRUDENCE PAINE AND
With the building of the new stables came fresh enthusiasm for riding. Over
100 tickets were sold at the beginning of the season. Two new horses, Benjamin and
Bobby, have been added by the College.
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Spring Sports IQ24
For real sportsmanship look to the baseball team. '25 again carried off the inter-
class championship after an exciting game with a score of 12-6. The faculty-student
game, showing good fighting spirit, was won by the faculty with a margin of 1 or 2
May 24, 1924
Nothing short of Hood could dampen the spirits
of those interested in track and of the athletic family
who drove to each game in their wagon. The en-
thusiasm and good work of the class of 1925 won
the relay but 1927 won the day. Freshmen gained
highest place in fifty yard dash, sixty-five yard hur-
dles, running broad jump, javelin and discus. One
record in hurdling was broken by Antoinette Chick-
Antoinette Chickering '27
Cricket was played for the first time at Mount Holyoke in the spring of 1924, and
proved to be quite popular. Finals between Freshmen and Sophomores resulted in
the success of 1926 with a score of 81-58.
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VVinner of the'Sz1ral1 Streeter Cup.
Honorable mention, Christine Kimber Seward
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A lit'1'y light doth learsons yle
To wit-one Dorcas Littlcfleldg Slack got the spirit and the pep.
Joe College in her high top hat
At brcalcfast with a Glcsman Cat.
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Cam and Molly with the dog, This lady lives in Sycamore.
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Last minute Lazy,
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She should worry!
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Behold the "Head of Photographs"-
She hunts us down and haunts our rooms, Hers is the castle on the hill.
Observe this warrior if you will-
Frightening the guilty into swoons. She is a doughty QQQ
But eke a Right Good Fellevv, too.
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Why does this lady smile in
Oh, why so wide il grin?
In very truth it seems to me
A special has come in.
ln rain or shine, blow hot,
Her spirits never lag.
Now, '27, show your stuff
And give a yell for Dag!
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To forwards fearsome does she seemg A-dreaming of the Goldfish Bowl.
She meets them with a silent grin
And cracks them neatly on the shin.
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Betty Giln1an's doing lab Sophie is guarding the door,
Quite in the model way. Her desk heaped with data galore
They even say she likes the place Charts all statistic, and
And goes there every day. Signs cabalistic, and
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Lit,ry and business-like by day. Notice her serve invincible.
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Our Judson friends out with some men
Pray that they're in by stroke of ten!
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Full Blyth-some she makes melody. We laugh till we're all out of breath
At her quips and her tales,
None of which ever fails
To tickle us nearly to death!
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Tho Shy1ock's back is bent, they say This is a most familiar scene.
l've seen it bent the other way! I wonder just what can it mean?
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They don't mind dressing just alike. As agile as zz polo pony.
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She loves her home in Porter so Most dangerous of the K K Ks
That late to classes she doth go. Beware of her or mend your ways
Instructors cannot make her quailg She makes old Porter s halls resound
Beloved her steed, this Heetfoot snail. With eldrxch shrxeks and crlsty sound
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In Safford Hall there lives a Trump This actlve sprlte vou surely know
Who got her H and many a thump. Because she Lo'1ched our Jumor Show
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Herb entertains in many ways. fOr Cleol. To swains she shows no
In matters serious or silly mercy!
She is so very versatile!
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The English langwidge as she is spoke in Halls of Learning
fApologies to Lifej
Lokido. Howzisoocha? Faspartee, huh?
Tall depens. Isay frapartee thisisa ranfewnrul.
Awgwan. Dozmtell yermoma yarntavina peechuva nekinbee.
Lisnere, thiserza blindate nollsayive sumdumdave wishtonmee.
Saynahsol Tubadolekid, tuffluk. Inevernewadeek taheesawet.
Feezgunnabee anawfulegg iwishteed runalongome. Yegodzive gotta crumfra
Welugot nuthnonmee. Heegavoutalong: assimunin litcrit nivenot craktaltoolc.
Ihaytaseetha graydolpul natcourse.
Whachamean graydjugotta nayrabee lastime dintcha? Goshimin wursnat inqual.
Andragarsheeks? Yumuswanna becampust.
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A TRIGONOMETRIC ROMANCE
A sine loved a fair co-ed
Who bore the name of Miss Cosineg
He purposed the maid to wed
And sought her for his Valentine.
It was his fate to be distrait:--
He could not make the lovely gal-
Sad to relate-reciprocate:
She was not his riciprocal!
The damsel fair was on the squareg
He squared his jaw: she should be won!
'Twas not long ere the loving pair
Were joined-and lo-the twain were one!
CHEMISTRY I-I-IMPRESSIONS OF THE COURSE
Tune: John BI'0'LC7l,J Body
Come, my ethyl ZlC,CI21t8, and mind your p's and q's!
Mercy, little ester, but you've been on quite a cruise!
Correct yourself:-I fear you have the alcoholic blues
VVhile you go boiling on.
Oh the joys of ebullition
In acidified condition
Altering our composition
As we go boiling on.
Alcohol? We make it into acetaldehyde,
Warm it in a waterbath with feeble flame applied:
If the stuff is cramped for space, there's lots of room o
As it goes boiling on.
Oh to think of oxidation
With the proper ventilation!
'Tis a thrilling occupation
To keep it boiling on.
Chloroform is excellent to put yourself to sleepg
Chloral sends the actresses where worms do crawl and
Verdigris or Paris green will make them bury you dee
While we go boiling on.
Oh to take a soporific
NVhen our troubles are prolific
And our headache is terrific
But we have to keep boiling on!
Nothing could be nicer than to play with gasoline
On the last occasion when on earth we shall be seeng
We can hardlylwait to make some nitroglycerine.
And set it boiling on.
Oh to make a grand explosion
Setting everything in motion
Hurling us across the ocean-
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Extracts from the Catalogue
Mount l"lolyolce College
SUMNIER VACATION, 1924-
From that last exam. to the line out side of the Registrar's
Academic Year begins at three bells ...................... Friday, September 19
First Week-end begins at 4:35 P.IVI. .... . . ...... Friday, September I9
ilisecond Week-end begins at I2 IVI. ..... ............... ' 1'hursday, Septemfber 25
9"Week-ends continue to begin at an earlier hour and day until week-end meets
week-end. The process then begins over again until-
Eighty-eighth Finale ........................................ Tuesday, June 9
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION
Candidates for admission, should have completed the preparatory course in "Betty
Wales Goes to Collegef' and should present satisfactory evidence of being able to
prepare Welsh rarebit, and play the ukelele.
A. Courses required of all students:
Course in college idioms
Course in chapel sprinting.
Course in greetings.
Wfhis course is designed to train students in the selection of the correct
greeting for the correct person in campus usage, from material composed
of such words as: hi there, 'lo, mowrl, Cthrough a browniej, etc., and
the relation of these to natural modulations of the voice.
B. Courses required with option:
Choose one out of three.
Mechanics of Raucousness.
. Concentration of work in the Sophomore year advised. Work may
be chosen from one of two groups or both: Striving Toward the Un-
usual or Training inthe Art of being Collegiate.
Philosophy of the Serious.
This course prepares one to be resigned to reach the libe at 7:45
A.M., and 7 P.M., respectively each morning and night in order to
secure books, and attempts to weigh the educational advantages of a
college courseiagainst the humanizing opportunities, and to prove the
Science of Blaseness.
A detailed study in methods of wearing the air of a woman of the
world with ease. Designed to correct all tendencies toward the "Rah,
rah, College!" Strain.
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One of the Alumnae Council, meeting a fresh-
fy X man with light bobbed hair, appreciated her friend-
ly smile enough to stop and pass the time of day
ij V' with her.
.M -AQ, M.. "Wouldn't you like to come back as a member
of the Graduate Council?"
by V "Oh, yes," replied the freshman.
li I At the next meeting of the Council, a speech by
Il Nliss Comstock was announced. And the freshman
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Miss Wilde: Cllescribing her trip to the Holy
Landj "I fell in with some friends at Jacob's if-5-1
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Miss Hewes: COccupying a davenportj "I -f.--,Lr
always like to sit on this accordion!" ' '
Miss Couch: CNoticing lVIary Emily'VVoolley's
absence from classl "Isn't Mary Lyon here? Where -
is Mary Lyon today?" Q
Scene: A park. In the foreground a bench on
which a man is seated. A girl has draped herself on
I the bench with her head in' his lap.
Audience: A passing car containing Miss Diet-
A' .f'i Q7-1 an rich and Miss lVIarks.'
T5 dyj V7 3' Miss Dietrich CClutching Miss Marks' armjz
I lx' Z "Stopl Jeannette! Stop! The girl has faintedf'
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double life? Here's the proof. She went under
ether saying the Lord's Prayer but as she came to,
she remarked, "Gosh, l'm a sick girl."
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Nliss Hussey: " 'And the Lord said unto
Iyloses'-say, girls, don't you feel a draft ?"
IVIiss Car, walking on campus one day, noticed
Mr. Burnham approaching attired in a dilapidated
felt hat and hip booths. He waved to her gaily,
and Miss Carr, wondering at the familiarity, bowed
politely, whereupon he waved even more violently.
She pretended to be admiring the scenery until they
were near enough for Miss Morgan to say, "Why
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didn't you wave back at me ?"
M1'. Briggs to Miss Hewes, in S.A.I-I. on Sun-
day afternoon: "Lots of couples here todayf'
Miss H: "Couples of NVhat ?"
FAVORITE SAYINGS OF THE SAGES
MISS DIETRICH: Now this isn't my field.
MISS DOAK: Is that all right?
MISS ELLIS: I mean to say-
MISS HAZLPI'I"I': Accordingly then -
Miss LAIRD: As it were-
MISS IVIARKS: I know because I have made
a special study of the subject.
MRS. MOWRY: We give thanks for these-
MISS NEILSON: Ra-.ather delightful.
MISS PUTNAM: That was the bell, wasn't
MR. SCOTT: How many see what I mean?
MISS SHIELDS: So to speak.
MISS SNELL: Mr. Boas thinks this way, but
MR. BURGIQVIN: Was, in some sort-
MISS WOOIJLEY: Remember that you are
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Rubberneck Tour of the Campus
Ladies and gentlemen, you are now about to start on the famous rubberneck tour
of the campus in Burnham's two-wheeled gig. This tour is intended to skirt the campus
and to include not merely the obvious objects of interest, but minor details which might
escape the interest of a senior showing her family around, or of a Junior with her Prom
We begin at this modest little structure called the liverett House. YVe like to
begin here because it is considered bad luck to end here.
Proceeding down the road, we find on our left the building called the Stock Ex-
change, because it is here that every week each student exchanges her stock of laundry
with some other student.
This building standing near is called the Faculty Playhouse, because it is here
that many of the faculty keep their hobbies.
Now we start around the delightful "Lake Road", where two is company but a
crowd is required by the Handbook.
Having completed that pleasant trip, we will pursue this road to the left, opposite
the Stock Exchange. Notice the odd little bridge leading to C-owles Lodge. This was
designed in the earlier days of the college and is guaranteed to be man-proof, since, as
you may observe, it is impossible for two to walk there abreast.
On your right is the famous Zoology pool. Notice the solid walls that enclose
it. These are guaranteed not to crumble "tho an host should encampn upon them,
literally lying in wait for unsuspecting specimens of aquatic life.
Crossing the bridge toward Prospect Cwhere the whole college migrates on a
Sunday afternoon, each intending to be by herselfl, we come to the scene of the hair-
raising abduction. Here a mighty Workman, bristling with-hair-but enough! The
blanching cheeks of the ladies present remind me that I must spare their feelings.
We will now proceed 'along the board walk, which Israelites of Hillside have
traversed, passing safe between seas of mud unto the Promised Land. i
With or without the passengers, kind permission, we will now pass directly across
campus, using all the favorite shortcuts. A friendly warning might be apropos: when
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crossing here at night, be careful not to trip over the little signboards. Although in-
tended to indicate the correct route, and keep the stranger from going astray, they
often prove an obstruction to travel.
Across college street we find a barn which has been a great factor in class history.
"Here once the embattled freshman stood," vainly struggling to get at their beloved
playthings, while T25 valiantly defended the fort. V
Two object of interest we are not permitted to point out to our passengers. One
is the sun dial. The other is the bakery in the basement of Pearsons. The latter is
kept hidden for diplomatic reasons.
ODIC TO A COLLEGIC BATHTUB
Tune: John l3rown's Body
Once there was some scummy stuff that grew within a lake
Down amid the slimy haunts of eel and water snake
The students drew it in a tub and cried, "For pity's sakel
We can hardly wait to get in."
Oh the pleasures of ablution
ln this greasy brown solution!
Oh to make some contribution
To all the dirt therein!
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Problem in evolution: which came first,
the hen or the-?
The mark that you wish you had got
on the last quiz.
The class you dress up most for.
NVhat you do in the winter that gives
you many a spill.
It is fatal to do this on an examj
Children of Niobe. Ask an Art major.
They -wear hats at first Community
Notice well Cabb. pl.D
Sound made in clearing one's throat.
A class member flunking four subjects
Distance above sea level tabbj.
Don't forget it at time of fire drill.
VVhat courtesy often makes one do.
A college degree higheer than you will
First name of a popular zoo instructor.
4:30 during exams.
WVhere you must not turn out the light
or shut the door.
Poetic for even.
The word used oftenest in crossword
puzzles. No puzzle is complete with-
Local resort for all the big fashion
Ministerial assiciation Qabbl.
VVith whom it is not proper to be for-
ward. fSpelled backwardl.
All right rabbi pl.l
Three fifths of collegiate bull sessions.
The loot of the collegiate gold digger.
German for if.
The mark that you did get on the last
quiz. CSee three horizontalj.
A college department tabb. and spelled
Page Eli Whitney or the Amherst youths
The most desired word around Prom
Masculine address Cabb.J
What all college students consider them-
Where Little Boy Blue found the cows.
"Smart models for the college-."
Entries made in a book before leaving
for the movies.
One of the campus dogs.
A building on campus fabb.j
The curse of college life.
Initials of a jazzy senior.
Last name of a late acquired member of
the class of '25,
A necessary quality of the ideal man.
What you feel that you know when go-
ing to a quiz.
A form of the verb to be.
Location of another college fSlangl.
The ones who made this puzzle.
Contracted form of I am.
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Cracks from the Old Nuts
The Alumnae Cut their Wisdom Teeth on these jokes
Student at Smith College: fLooking up at top of Mount Holyoke, "It must be
lovely up there, but I should think those girls would be tired of going up and down
all the time." A
Freshman: CComing to table of logarithms in her geometryl, "O, my! Have we
got tolearn all this ?" l
Freshman: Qliuying painting outfitj, "Please give me a dozen thumb nails."
'Miss Pr-nt-ss: "And at what house do you live ?"
R. B., 1901: "Pearsons. May I have permission for my roomate, too ?"
Miss Pr-nt-ss: "Certainly, In what house does she live ?"
Pedagogy: The science of walking.
Lecture: The release of numberless winged words to be pursued by fountain pens
over notebook territory.
Quiet Hours: Periods of time in which one-half of the inhabitants of a dorm-
itory stop to listen to the noise made by the other half.
The Juniors were being seated in chapel.
The Registrar: "All those after Parsons come to the right side of the chapel.'l
Half the class came.
M. H. CIn Latin classjz "The metre is epileptic tetrameterf'
Miss D-sbr-w Cln Literature elassj: "I found the reference in the footprints
at the bottom of the page."
One of those Illusions
Miss T. CIn Psychologyjz "Now I am conscious that this books rests on five
fingers and a thumb." '
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Structure Books with Suggested Subtitles
Twelfth Night--or, The Last Sit-up in a Suite for Three.
Return of the Natifve-or, Satu1'day Night on the South Hadley Trolley Car.
Far l'iI'0Il1 the Mrzzlzlirzg Crowd-or, Grinding in the Stacks.
When Catherine Freas saw the inscription on the sundial given by the class of
1878, "Enjoy the present," she exclaimed, "Wl1at a queer thing to put on a gift."
The Blind Leading the Blind
Student, CPresenting a quiz bookl : "I can't make out your comment at the endf'
Instructor: "That says, 'I can't read your writinglf'
Instructor: "Your answer is as clear as mud."
Student: "Well, that covers the ground, doesn't it?"
Supercilious Sophomore: "Well, even the most educated of us slips up at times.
Just go up to Dwight to the Art Exhibit and you'll see-'I
Credulous Freshman: "VVhat ?'l
Supercilious Sophomore: "A picture of two men chopping wood, labeled free
Mr. Hayes: "VVhy are older people more addicted to seasickness than children.
Student: "I think it is because older people are always ready for whatever comes
Miss Snell: "In this form of rime, the first line would seem to be unconnected
with the rest-unwedded,, you might say, and therefore insignificant." .
Miss Chase: "VVhat style church is it, Gothic?
Miss Carr: "No, Presbyterian."
SPLINTICRS FROM THE BOARD
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She's going to study in dry old tomes, Her scholarship is iicm t the kind
Covered with mold 2 iric I rust, To stop when she leaves college.
"O what a life to leadf' you cry, The ways of pleasantness for her,
But we say, "Let her rust.'l The paths of peace to knowledge.
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Station MI-IT, broadcasting from Mary Lyon Tower
Announcer, Miss I. Sofa
Weather Report, by Freshmen having outdoor gym.
Stock Market: Current prices for cats, frogs, and guinea pigs. Zoo-
logy and Physiology Consolidation.
Talk on Facial Expression, by Mr. L. G. Nivegrub.
Health Talk: "Improvements in Gymnasium Work as Suggested by
Seniors," by Narey A. Hope.
"Formal Introductions," Fourth of a Series of Lectures on How to
Improve the Memory, by Hamy Ewes.
Duet and Dance by the Duncan Sisters.
Bedtime Story: "The After-ten Bogie," by Jackson Smith.
ORIGINATORS OF SLANG EXPRESSIONS
"Step on it"-Sir Walter Raleigh.
It ain't gonna rain no more"-Noah.
"Aw g'wan"-Ben Hur.
Come up for air"--Jonah.
"Spit it out"-The Whale.
"You said a mouthful"-Demosthenes.
Sling a mean linei'-Isaac Walton.
"Papa love mama ?"-Xantippe.
Go to grass"-Nebuchadnezzar.
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-J-h in -V-Q X that some freshmen are actually cold-tuhhcd
" i i'N for their misdeeds.
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They inspect the exact color scheme of
Miss Woolleyls chapel slippers, their tex-
ture and material.
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if They investigate the tradition that trus-
'- tees freeze ice cream on Mary' Lyon's grave.
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They make a thorough study of wry fl: yjnlylyl - '
the evolution of buttons from sand. K im' i' , D .' ' gd
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Wail on A Major
VVell-drawing was never my line,
And as for the sculpturing part
1 never could feature itg no,
I think I won't major in Art.
Astronomy? Over my head!
And Bible? l'll have to say
From a course so Wilcl I'll he one Free-man
Please give me a Hawley-day!
Botany? Oh, my Starrs!
And now that you speak of Chem-
Courses so element-ary,
I have no use for them.
As for Ec., let me ask Hewes who?
Education? I'1l go Scott free.
English? How can you talk that way
To one composed like me?
Lit-yes-but think of the Marks!
Geology? Dry as dust.
And I haven't got attic room for Greek,
To be quite fair and just.
History's all out of dateg
Latin? You never could call
Bile long on marks! and lVIath
Doesn't suit my equation at all.
Music-I haven't the timeg
Phil-a Smalbot of that will dog
Psychy is far too Hayes-yg
Physics-too shocking-I'm through!
Physiology? Not on your life!
Spanish, and such Romance?
VVhy bother, when Bill and I
Can say 5111 we want in a glance?
Zoology? Suffering Dogfish!
Oh, this is a sad tale to sing.
I'll just have to major in Gymg
There's Narey another thing.
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Psychology Tests Performed on Mount Holyoke Students
Ufith Results and Interirrefzztions
I. EXPERIMENT IN OLFACTORY SUGGESTION:
A group of students were blindfolded and allowed to
they were were told was cigarette smoke. There was no
smell incense, which
The same group, when allowed to smell cabbage, which they were told was
steak, left for the Mary Elin.
Wlien taken into the Zoo lab., and told they were in Astronomy, several
left out a required course.
CMake your own interprctationsj
II. SPEED AND ACCURACY TEST:
Problem. Corrert ,ins-wer.
1 Ec. course-5 cuts X l girl : l preliminary exam
1 month X chapel- 7 cutsx 4 weeks
l allowance - CI'Iannah Dowling -l- 6 meals qi- Pay Daylrr - 1 girl -l- 0
III. ASSOCIATION TEST: I
Suggestion. Three Zlloxt Common 41X.Y0CiIlfI0lI.V.
Saturday night f'i'Dates Required Bible Lecture MBath
Bait Fish Zoo Phi
Grind Greasy Llamie I ? ? IX-?
Campus Four weeks On OH
Special Jack Sunday WWCURSES
IV. EXERCISE IN LOGIC:
l,1'0f10.S'ffiUll. Cln'1'e1't. Izzvorrecf.
If Baby Psyche Lit into Baby Zoo to X
Skinner, Phil would Clapp VVilder and
Wilcler. Oh Ee!
If Gin Ling College precedes the Lord's X
Prayer, and if the Lord's Prayer follows the
Student Friendship Fund, the Zoo building
was named for Thursday morning chapel.
If all Freshmen ask all Sophomores where X X CThey aren't
they are going, and some Sophomores say that sort
"To H.E.L.,', the Freshmen will believe it.
V. INFORITIATION TEST qCOT1'CCt answer in Itnlirxlz
Button Field 2 .Cemetery. Bzztftlej Ground. Pea
Eclipse x Fountain Pen Ink. Radio Set. Cal1ll"ez'f.
S. A. H. if Tooth Paste. Order of Am. Legion. Smoking Car.
'tNote to House Matrons: Try serving somethiii beside date pudding for Saturday
dinnerg it has a morbid eltect on the girls.
fH'Probably affected by the dearth of water this year.
'H""Ansvvei' of members of Llamarada Board.
H"""'She didn't get any.
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6: Various Freshmen appear to take exams. They form life-long friend-
ships, which last till other people come.
The college arrives. Urchins of South Hadley, ever hopeful, dart about
offering porter service and getting refused. "Did you have a good summer?
Isn't the grass wonderful in front of Rocky?"
The College invades Holyoke in search of cretonne for curtains. The
stores are out of it except for the more obnoxious patterns. fSee any dorm-
Nobody's trunk comes.
8:14 A. M.: A few last-minute spirits get off the trolley, and hasten with
wild eyes toward Skinner, leaving their bags at the Gate.
8:15 A. M.: College opens. 76 Freshmen get into the wrong class, and
76 upper-classmen decide they won't elect this course after all. Book store
mobbed. This won't happen again until the first quizzes.
Reception of Welcome to the Freshmen by the Y.W.C.A. Freshmen dis-
tinguished, if at all, by their white gowns. lt's lucky we brought a decent
one-there's no sign of the trunk yet.
Sunday. Everybody late to church, owing to the permutations and com-
binations of Freshment and their escorts. Upper-classmen bull the entire
Freshmen weep and write home.
Vespers: General attendance.
one. Parties go to the movies
Prevailing opinion that the term is a long
Trunks on campus, but not yet
to get out of South Hadley for a change.
located: continue from one to two weeks.
College looks for Seniors to come out early as a surprise. They don't.
The first bats appear in the Buttonfieild and at Paradise.
Amherst arrives, consulting directories. This won't happen again until Fall
College pays its first visit to the libe. Several people located only after
search, having lost themselves. '
Seniors dress in white at breakfast. Great surprise manifested when they
appear later in cap and gown. Convulsions of Nature attend the event,
in the course of which the new mortar-boards are reduced to mob caps.
The Duncan Sisters make their debut within our halls of learning.
First Hygiene lecture. Owing to the extreme sophistication of the younger
generation, nobody fainted. '
First meeting of Legislative Board. Diabolical schemes afoot. Juniors
serenade freshmen. Hastily organized freshmen sing camp songs from tops
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6: Water-supply begins to get low. College quite resigned.
8: Mountaiii Day: pickles, pop, and the open airg sundaes, sodas, and the
11: Senior-Freshman Reception. Nobody leads, and few can follow.
12: Freshmen repair in full force to their respective Bible Classes after church.
This never happens again.
13: John W. Davis League is born. Political education of lVIount Holyoke
14: Mount Holyoke-Cambridge debate. The English sense of humor is vin-
dicated, but otherwise the young men are swamped in a "rising tide of
15: Water takes on color of cider.
17: La Follette Club meets. The College sees Red.
19-26: Freshmen hazed by Seniors. Tortures undergone by Seniors.
French Department gives a play.
Coolidge Club meets, long after the other two. This proves that the early
bird catches the worm.
22: Upper Lake down to bed-rock. Small water-snake discovered in dormitory
Philharmonic Orchestra gives annual concert. Tickets in demand at the
last minute. Can't be had. Everybody knows all about junior Show.
25: Seniors pose for first sitting of pictures in garbs conducive to snaring jobs.
29: School of Politics. We really ought to vote, after all this. '
Campus Sing offers The Gold Dust Twins in their repertoire of songs and
31: Hallowe'en parties in the halls. Students appear as ghosts, Pierrettes, and
clowns. Village boys enjoy themselves.
1: Sophomore-Freshman. "1 don't know many Sophomoresf'
4: Coolidge elected, by the college.
7: Founder's Day. 59 Freshmen attend Nlary Lyon's lee-Cream Festival.
Entire Senior class destroys dickies immediately after the morning exercises.
Clapp Laboratory dedicated.
8' Junior Show. All surmises wrong. Shakespeare admirably scrambled, to
the tune of enthusiastic applause.
13' Vocational Talk to Seniors. They go in, looking pale and determined.
They come out, looking pale. They are thinking of their Senior proofs
which have just arrived. ,
14: About this time, look out for quizzes. I
Senior-Faculty. Fruitful surmises as to motives involved in choices.
Nearing the end of the foot-ball season. Fur coats returned to their owners,
as nearly as possible.
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Freshmen serenade the Juniors. Kisses bought too far ahead of time. Al-
most all consumed. f
Thanksgiving Recess begins. LQ of the College go home to be fed. The
rest stay in South Hadley for the same purpose. And a select few attend
the renowned Ballad Party.
Thanksgiving Recess ends. Friday appointments are held on Saturday, with
the result that the Student Body is one day behind for two weeks.
Seniors get a dose of Social Hygiene. Hoping against hope, they take care-
ful notes on how to be happy and married.
Intercollegiate Dramatic Association Conference meets here. "Remember
that you are all hostessesf'
Dramatic Club presents a play by Beaumont and Fletcher.
Slight aroma still apparent in water. Golden Rule Sunday. Heavy sup-
Christmas Sunday. Begun by the Sophomore angels at 5 A. lVI. Seniors
serenade lXIiss Woolley' and Nliss Purington through chattering teeth.
Carol Service at night, llflount Holyoke aml Holyoke unite.
Sophomores try to recollect who were their big sisters to invite them to
hear the Class Song. ' -
"The Fate of the Fertilized Egg" breaks into college history. Feverish
manufacture of spit cards.
Christmas vacation begins. Several people take trains from Springfield.
Here we are again.
The Eclipse of the Sun is brought to our attention by Miss Young. We
are of the opinion that it might have waited till after exams.
Juniors consider vocations, but not at all seriously.
Miss Ann Morgan and Miss Christianna Smith pull the Brigg's cat thru
a serious operation, aided by the soothing influences of the Briggs' radio.
Junior-Freshman Reception, with refreshments. Try and get any!
37 Freshmen sit up all night to prepare cross word puzzles for the News.
Edgar Lee Masters speaks at Poetry Shop Talk. He does not have to be
explained to anybody.
Exams are considered by the student body.
2-l-: Exams interrupted by an eclipse. Students rise at 5 A. M. and trolley and
train by stages to Winclsor. lt gets colder and colder. Afterwards, they
walk leisurely back to where the special train is waiting, just outside Holy-
25-31: More exams. '
B reathing spell.
3: New semester begins. Much the same thing over again.
ARE OUR FRIENDS
Not only in the Service
that they continually
give us, but in helping
We thank them for their patronage.
May they have opportunity to
I thank us for ours.
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS
B, Altman Co. ..................... Pig:
Anson's ............. "" 3 02
Bartlett Brothers .... "" 3 01
Bridway Hotel .... "" 2 99
D. H. Brigham Co. ... H ' '29-7
Miss Bruce ........ "" 3 01
Bucholz ....................... "" 2 97
Miss Canney ................... "" 2 97
Casper Ranger Lumber Co. ......
Casper Ranger Construction Co. I 303
Carey, Florist .............,..... . .298
Cheney, Optician ..... . . -296
Childs Shoes ......... . I :300
City National Bank .... .'.. 3 02
College Inn .......... .'-- 3 05
Dietz Bakery ........ -... 2 19
Doyle Printing Co. ..... '..' 2 95
Fashion Millinery .... lh.. 2 96
Fitz Gibbon ....... -". 3 02
Flemming's ........ .-'. 3 18
Fleurette ............ '-.. 2 97
Franklin Restaurant .'.- 301
Fr. Felice ........... ..-' 2 96
Gallivan ...... . . D... 296
The Gateway .. -,.. 301
Girad Studio . . . .ADA 310
Glesman .............. lh.. 3 02
Gridley and Son .......... ..., 3 02
Hadley Falls Trust Co. ... ,...294
I-Iall's .................. ..,. 2 99
Holyoke National Bank ....
J ensen's ...............
Lake Hairdressing .....
Lovemoney, Opticians ..
McAuslan and Wakelin
Marv Elin .............
G. C. Merriam Co. . ..
Metcalf Printing Co.
J. H. Miller Co. ....... .
National Blank Book Co, ..
Mrs. Noble .............
New Era Cafeteria .....
Hotel Nonotuck ..........
Oiiice Equipment Co.
Osborn Hardware Co. .... .
Paper Citv Engraving Co.
A. J. Rand ................
J. Russel Co. .. .
Savoy ......... 1 U . '
White's Studio ........
White and Wyckoff ....
Whitnev Coal .........
Woman's Shop .....
Dr. Charles Wood
Yorke Shirt Co.
Smith, D. D. S.
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SKINNERS Satin has so long heen supreme in
. lts held that wherever satlns are mentloned
lt IS the standard of comparlson. 'lhxs IS because
ol the wfarivzg quality woven mto every yard of
ltS pure-dye sllk l121l3l'lC.
A Skrnner lmmg exempllhes elegance rn dress.
More than anything else lt lClCl1tll:lCS a sult or
coat as a quallty productlon. SIIICC 1848, people
who appreciate good t2l1lOl'lI1g have asked for
Skll1l1Cl',S Satin Ill then' garments and have taken
pams to see that they get the gfuuine.
i Linings for men's suits
and topcoats. Liuings
' for wnmun's coats, suits
and furs. Dress Satins,
Millinery Satins, Shoe
In purrlmfing ll mal or .ruff rrnrfy-in-fvrar, look
'lor Illr Sleinmv' label. In w'dvringf1'om zz lailor,
nfl: for Slcu1m'1".-' Salm ami
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Total Resources over S14,000,000.00
A Bank of Strength and Character
lVe want you to feel toward us just as you feel toward the man who does for you a little
more than you evpect, in a little less time than you have a right to demand, and a little
better than anyone else. lVe invite correspondence.
,OSI'1I'l'I A. SKINNIQR, Preslrlellr
l'rurl I'. I arrrxzlge, Vice-I resident joseph L. Drzipeziu, Assistant Ireziusure
lzclwnril I. Iizigg. Vice-I rcsiclenr C. I'IcrIrerr Bell. Assisstzint 'Vrensllrcr
H. nl, Iirlrilwell. Vice-Prusiilent I'.. I'. jacques, Assisrzmt I reasurcr
Irving S. Pulcifer, 'I'ru:isurer :mil Trust Ollieer George Alinert, Assistant 'llrust Officer
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The painstaking way in which , Shirts
are cut and tailored assures perfect fit and
that comfortable at-ease feeling so much
desired by all well-groomed men. '
The'Yorke Shirt Company
GLENS FALLS, N. Y.
. Altman 82 Co.
School and College Clothes
Featuring Correct Models for the Classroom, for the
Street, for Formal Occasions anal for Sport Wear
Madison Avenue-Fifth Avenue
'l'l1irty-Fourtli Street 'l'l1ii'ty-Fiftli Street
' Co-Z-'I'-Shoppe Hadley St.
. t e 1 g e 1' t
p y MJ. Doyle Printing Co.
I-Iglyokgfg Equipped with typeseltirig
- . hinerv and fast-rum
re mac Y N
Leading 'sto ning presses for the finest
commercial work . . . .
""l"" 113 MAIN ST. HOLYOKE, MAQS.
Hours: rn-iz. 1951. AME, urid Thurs. liwningx
Ulll ly Ll 3 17111 ITIUH
Charh?S'i'lYii rylglldl IITNCISIQAY D' O'
A , 1 r 2 1- cz AN
32m Appleton SL, Winship Building
,,llUl1U6270 I IOLYOKIQ, MASS
J. E. CHENEY
275 Maple Street 336 liriclgc Street
Holyoke, Mass, Springlichl, Mass.
MILLINERY, HOSIERY AND
213 High Street Holyoke, Mass.
MR. FE LICE
WORDS OF WISDOM
Miss Comstock, busily lecturing in Ec
class, is interrupted by the wild waving of
K. Pennypacker's hand.
" Oh - - - I've lost it!"
Miss Comstock continues, " as if nothing
had happened ".
Voice from Kathryn's direction: " Oh, Miss
Comstock, I've found it again!"
Miss Martin, having just returned from a
Mathematics Conference: The meeting was
really awfully stupid.
K. Knapp, not having heard this last re-
mark on the proceedings: Did you read a
paper, Miss Martin?
Say It With Flowers
192 High Struct. Holyoke, Mass.
Greenhouses Smirlfs Ferry
Metcalf Printing and
The Mount Holyoke New:
and The Frexhman Paper
For F1 nlar Yrarx
Our Mon fn.A Iloing Buzztfr Wfhuz Ollwrx Do Well
23-30 Cralts Ave. Northampton, Mass.
D. H. Brigham 8: Co.
F L E U R E T T E
HATS and GOWNS
305-309 Brirlge Street
SPECIALIZING lN SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
College Girl Herman Buchholz 82 Son
Wigs, lienrfls Etc., Paints. Powders
Masks. Animal Hczuls, Swurzls
Armor :mil Jewelry
MGfQe Bfighamfs Your Meeting Decorations for Halle. Wfcddings
Place Whenever in Springfeld
33 l.yn1:mStruct SPRINGFIIELD, MASS.
DRESS MAK1 NG THE MARY. ELIN
M TEA SHOP
Above lVlI', Felice OPPOSITE
A . .l '. R A N D
jeweler and Optieicm
301 Appleton Sr. Holyoke, Mass.
Near Y, M, C. A,
, Howard F. Smith, D. D. S. SQUT1-1 HADLEY
I 37 BARDWELL ST. lVIASSACHUSE'l"l'S
SOUTH HADLEY FALLS, MASS.
Q li '
Most "Noteworthy" Books
National Note Books, used to catch Heeting
words of wisdom in the lecture room or
laboratory, are indeed Mt. Holyoke's most
And it is well that books so im ortant
should be "Nationals," National Note
Books are especially planned for college use,
with strong covers and pages of good paper,
easy to write on.
You can have National Hexible covered
Ring Books, convenient and dlstinctiveg
still' covered Loose Leaf Note Booksg or
l ll N I ll llml Illlll hl I l
r x 3, x lg
ll ,, X
Bound Note Books. Also tiller sheets in many sizes and styles, popularly priced and o
liable National quality.
Ask for "Nationals" at your Stationerls or College Bookstore
National Blank Book Company
Loose Leaf and Bound Books Holyoke, Mass. ll
Cakes to meet every requirement for
lea or Luncheon
Delicate, dainty Venetian Pastries,
or Macaroons and Lady lingers, the
favorites when lVlother was in School.
Then larger cakes in layers or loaf form,
iced or plain, some with nuts
and raisins added.
Also specially decorated cakes in any
size with inscriptions appropriate
to the occasion.
When in Springfield, visit our
The food is good and priccr are
GREENHOUSIQ 'l'l-lI,l'1l'HONI'I 1405-W
SOUTH HADl.liY FALLS, MASS,
Savoy Beauty Shoppe
reasonable. x r 1 ,
r SLALP IREA FMENT
Dietz Bakery and Restaurant
266 Bridge st. Springfield "'f5'fE"H0NH 845-H
,,pMi,u S,l,,W,x souru uAm,r:v, Mass,
One cynic claimed that the academic pro-
cession on Founder's Day looked like a Ku
Klux demonstration in Pittsburgh.
Miss Woolley's dog got into chapel one
morning. After that they kept Arrow col-
THE TEA RooM
Is always inviting-at
the Luncheon or Tea
Hour-and a conven-
EVERY WEEK IN THIC YEAR
Displaying in an at-
mosphere of Quality,
interesting Old Wo1'Id
Wares and Unusual
CHARLES HALL, INC.
THE HALL BUILDING
-Ill MAIN S'I'RI'II'I'l' SI'RINGI"Il'll.D, MASS,
Every Room with Bath
A l-A CARTE
LUNCI-IEON 75e. DINNER .SU
H. M. STANFORD, Proprietor
IT. W. HINIVIAN, Resident Manager
Scene: A double suite before breakfast.
Characters: Two freshmen and a sopho-
more, who is one of the better girls.
Freshman to Sophomore: There is some-
thing we feel we must tell you, and yet we
Sophomore ffearfullyfz Yes?
Freshman: You swore at us last night in
Sophomore: Not that!
Freshman: Just that!
V Tense meditation.
Sophomore: --, go wash your mouth
out with soap!
And on our honor, she did.
MAKERS AND RE'l'AIl.l-QRS
315 Main Street
22 Pratt Street
Pat: Hear my boots squeak.
Fritz: Yeah, the cry of an agonized sole.
Pat: Huh! This history makes me sick.
Here's a chapter headed The Age of Louis
Fritz: Vlfell, what of it?
Pat: Nothing, only I've read it all through
and I don't know now how old he was,
THOMAS S. CHILDS
273-279 High Street
The Store Favored by
Mount Holyoke Students
For Over 35 Years
SHOES AND HOSIERY
Of Quality :incl I'l2lSlll0!1
S T R A y
Photoplays of Character
Continuous Daily from
1:30 to 10:30
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CLEANERS :mtl DYERS
Holyoke Store: S27 Dwight Street
Works: 920 Main Street, Holyoke
THE CRAFT DEPARTMENT
The Office Equipment
289-291 Maple Street
245 High Street
96 College Street
LUNCHEON AND DINNER
3 - 5:30
The Tca House
with the Homelike Atmosphere
Special Dinner Parties to Order
Catering for Parties
MRS. L. Y. CHURCHILL
Dr. D.E.li:u'tlett Dr, E. W. Mayo
380 High Street Holyoke. Mass.
Olive Alling at the dinner table, as she
saws vainly at a piece of steak: What the
Lord hath joined together let no man put
Did you ever hear about the freshman
who thought The Plastic Age was a history?
No Aramintha, just because Mr. Towne
owns the Towne House, it does not follow
that Mr. White owns the White House.
IVHSS BRUCE. Hairdresser
Robert A. Glesman
South Hadley, Mass.
C. A. CRIDLEY 82 SON
The one and only
Has won thc attention of
The Scientific Spender
Stationery, Magazines, Notions
Toilet Goods, Confectionery
and Fancy Groceries at
AN SON 'S
F. J. Firz-G1BBoN
J. J. Firz-Graf-sow
GRACE C. FITZ-GIBBON
I-'AKEV S Osteopath
HA IRDRESSING SHOPS 276 HIGH S,l.REE,l.
261-263 Maple St, 'l'clepl1onc552X prcw Building H0lly0KE, MASS.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
CORNER HIGH AND APPLETON STREETS
I-IOLYOKE 1- 1 MASSACHUSETTS
--how about your bank account?
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK is equipped to handle a
large number of individual Checking Accounts, as well as
active accounts of firms and corporations. The members of the
faculty, students and the alumnae of Mount Holyoke College
are invited to make use of our Banking Department, and we
will be pleased to have you make use of all our facilities.
COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED
LUMBER AND BUILDING
c OR APPLE ION AND BOND ms Holyoke' M355-
Mount Ilolyokels Finest Structures are
ANCI I OFFICES
SPRINGFIELD, MASS. BOSTON, MASS. NEW YORK CI'l Y
293 B dgc Strcet 201 Dcvonshirc Street 101 Park A
U , ' " A NTER-"f
2' , -I-q s , 'Q
J. RUSSELL az co.
DWIGHT AND RACE STREETS
Greasy: D'jever hear about the misplaced
Grind: Do you mean "Adam's Rib "?
Greasy: Naw, "Paradise Lost ".
Under: Do you know, every year I've cut
a wisdom tooth just before Thanksgiving.
Grad: The Lord will provide.
Irate mother fat dinnerlz Johnny, 'I wish
you'd stop reaching for things. Haven't you
Johnny: Sure, but my arm's longer.
Doctor: It's a boy, professor.
The A. M. Prof.: What is?
G i f t S
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
This Store is One of The
In New England
-I-08-410 Main-4-6 Pynchon Sts.
Special attention given io
DANCING IN THE
"NEW FLORENTINE ROOM"
Every Evening except Sunday
from 7:30 until midnight
Special Concert Every Sunday
l"rmn 12:30 to 2:30 and from
6:15 to 9:45 p. m.
"Here's That Treasure of a Dictionary"
1.55. A new, aftractiw,
A -l"1':7-4. , I V Compact vplume. the
, gf .gl I-fix. largest ahrulgment nl'
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'V ' light, so hanrly,. sn
lk-1.l" .II well-printed that nr is
' N ,lgliizfa a real pleasure to use
I t ' ir. 'l he large vncnhu-
lary rich with infor-
mation so often necnlefl hy the husy reader anal
student, will hc treasured hy all users of English.
An eminent educator says: "Certainly a gnlml mine
aliout fL'0I'If.f, placcf, people " 106,000 wnrlls S62l
pages. Free specimen pages if you name Llamararla.
ART CANVAS, 345,00 FABRIKOID, 86.00
Guaranlrrzl ar rrprunztrd or monry rcfundnl
Orrlrr from your bookirller, or zlirrrl from
G. 82 C. MERRIAM CO.
S- -I-. DAWSON I7 WOR'I'HlNG'l'0N srkrm'
Sl'RINGI"Ilil.D, M Ass ACHUSlE'l"l'
Tea Room Service
ALICE R. LITTLE, '02
Owner and Manager
ll :30 to 2:00 5:00 to 7:30
5 STEARNS SQUARE
Morrow 8z Co., Holyoke
Muititudes of gws at
very reasonable prices
Great variety, excellent quality
design and workmanship, and
suprisingly moderate prices-
MORROW Sz CO's
Jewelry, silver, engraved glass,
watches, gems, china, pearls, novelties.
A brilliant, attractive store which will
please you we are very sure.
Morrow 8t Company
306 High Street, Holyoke
.4 Starr' for Mount Holyoke Students
for a great many years.
Telescopes, Field Glasses, Binoculars
Fountain Pens and Pencils
We make our own glasses.
23 HARRISON AVE. TEL. RIVER 4274
Our assortment is exceptional
Stock up when in Springfield
Anything from a simple photo to a
J. H MILLER CO.,InC.
21 HARRISON AVE. SPRINGFIELD
Depa rtrnent Store
That we have succeeded is
attested by our growth
High, Dwight and Maple Streets
PHONE 700 HOLYOKE, MASS.
Mr. Hayes, to two students who continue
to peruse newspaper after the bell has
rung: Good morning, pupils.
Pupils put papers down, much abashed.
Mr. Hayes, equably: The correct answer
is, " Good morning, teacher".
Miss Hewes, entertaining at tea, arises,
picks up one of her guests' gloves, and
thanking them for the charming time en-
?uipped with many yeariexperiehce
or making pholrografhs of all-sorts
d 'r bl f 'll l:'c' gnc' ll 6
esla QOYIUSVBIH oee
Annualsbesf obtainable artisis.wbrk-' -
manshif: and the cafacliy 'for Prompt
E f off- Lb f
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Coats, Frocks and Ensemble Suits
Each model has originality,
dash and charm.
A great variety of lovely
WILLIAM B. WI-IITING
OLD COIVIPANYS LEI-HGH
458 Dwight Street Phone 451
SHlil:ll'lAN'S SHOP HOLYOKIS
Little Willie: I don't want to go to that
damned school any more!
Father fwho is a bricklayerl: Why, Willie,
where did you ever learn such a word as
Little Willie: Why, William Shakespeare
uses words like that.
lz . . .
I ly Father: Well, then, qult runnin' round
Better stop and get a hox of with him'
WHITE Ev -F"'f"-
thc writing paper that is so dainty, so smart :mil withal Your face looks faimiliar' I must have
so chzxrming that it will rcmilul him inuH':nhly of you. seen you somewhere
'it's mnzlc in all- the ?ew :trail cnptivntiifg styles, suitzthlc '
Ui' CVEl'y UCCHSIOH 0 SOCITI Coffifhpnlll LIILL.
For .vale wherever good .rlationcry ir .wld
White Sz Wyckofl' Mfg. Co.
Master Makers of Dirlinrlim: Social Stationery
.- n r
Y T AS HODTJKB
Every Assurance of Safety
that a strong and pro crly
conducted Bank can oflzr is
given this ,Banks depositors,
and wc supplement this ro-
tcction with a scrvice which
has been perfected by ovcr
hall a ccntury ol' sound bank-
ing. II II Z1 II
Holyoke National Bank
HOLYUKE, MASSACI lUSE'l"l'S
An American in dear old London was
bragging about his automobile. He ended
his eulogy by declaring:
" It runs so smoothly that you can't feel
it, so quietly that you can't hear it, has
such perfect ignition that you can't smell it,
and as for speed-boy, you can't see it."
" But, my word, old dear," interrupted the
Briton anxiously, "how do you know the
bally thing's there?"
Do you know how to make a grape fruit?
Well, it is anyway.
What did you say?
Of courseg but how did you express it
LUGGAGE u SHOP
277 MAPLE STREET
1 T '
l""""' S f
Tl-IE woMAN's SHOP
College Girls hnd us ready at all
times with '
PLEM nxios Boor SHOP
189 Main Street
that are spirited, happy with color,
chic and irrcsistiblc.
Will mail shoes to you anywhere, at
"jimi lujurc you reach Court Square" any tlmc'
. ' ' We cxtcnzl to vnu to
An Invitation Come in and llct us
help you in the cairc of your hair, skin and lizunlls.
We :irc cxpcrrs in our linc.
Marcel Wave, 5oe.
Sliampoo, gmt. Manicure, 5oc.
Pcrnianen! Wfave, 515-up
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I-I A R V E Y 'S 'iH,flllE'l','i'5iAZ'l':
FREE AD FOR THE CORONA PEOPLE
Miss Carr sent two letters from abroad
one time this winter, addressed to people
in South Hadley. The letters went to two
different places in Kansas.
Mr. Hayes, letting a class out early: Go
quietly so that you wonlt waken other classes
in the building.
F. W., to Miss Talbot, during Mr. Warf
heke's illness: And-and how is dear Mr.
The Picturef that
give Character and
Distinction, go to-
'llllf HOME Ol"
l'H0'I'OGRAI'IAlY IN ALI. ITS
BRANCHES BY l5Xl'l'2R'I'S
All Work Fully 319 MAIN STREET
Guarnnlred HOLYOKE, MASS.
FROM THE ANNALS OF THE MUSKE-
TEERS, PAT, MATT, AND FRITZ
Pat: Are there male and female species to
Pat: Then is the female called a furnace?
Fritz: My family owns a pig. QNO one
pays attention to her, so she shoutsjz Hey
kids, lookit, my family owns a pig, loolcit!
Scene: Fritz and Matt out for a walk.
Matt Cpulling down slot to mail boxj: So
many people go past and never obey that
sign, "Pull clown".
Fritz: Perhaps they read the other side,
that says "Lettahs alone ".
Fritz: Which would you rather be, rich or
Fritz: Well, I dunno. " Money talks".
Pat: Yeah, but "Beauty chats ".
Matt: With chicken patties for lunch and
chicken at night and chicken sandwiches be-
tween times, why- '
Fritz: By night, we'll all be laying around.
Fritz: Have you any red ink?
Fritz: I think I'll buy some and make my
Pat: I woulcln't try to rouge with that.
Matt: My, aunt is a pretty swell dame.
Fritz: Zasso? Has she a lorgnette?
Matt: No, she hasn't a lawn yet, but she
has a sunken garden.
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