Mount Holyoke College - Llamarada Yearbook (South Hadley, MA)

 - Class of 1928

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New York, N. Y. South Hadley, Mzlsszlelnxsetts . . San Diego, C2lllflll'l1i1l . New YoI'k, New YoI'k . Boston, Mzlssachusetts . Boston, lVIzIsS:Icln1Setts . Boston, M2lSSZlCl1llSCttS . NV:IrncI', New Hampshire v . , 2 . 3 Lux, ,V 5 ,gi . we -is . -1- 1 I K dike ,.. .. A wi ' -3' I S C 1--im, ,... gjgys--5,.rL""-2,1 t' ,IJ pb --N W, .J-.H-w:EL--ite ,MIG Administrative Officers MARY EMMA Woomzv, MA., Litt.D., L.H.D., L.L.D., President on Jlflary E. Ufooley F01lIlI1llfi07l. 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 . 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Author: historical monographs, Early Ifistory of the Colonial Post-Officer Development of the Lofzve of Romantic Scenery in .flmeric11,' also numerous educational articles. South H adley, l14IIA'.W1lTll1lSl?Li.S' FLORENCE PURINGTON, B.S., Li'r'r.D., Dean ' B.S., Litt.D., Mount Holyoke College, University of Michigan, Harvard University Summer School, lVIember of the National Educational Association, Member of the New England Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schools, i Vice-President of the National Association of Deans, Member of the National Association of Appointment Secretaries, Member of the Executive Board of the Cooperative Bureau for Women Teachers, Member of the American Association of Social Workers, Member of the American Association of University Women, Member of the Foreign Policy Association, Member of the College Club, Boston, l22l 'I I l 1 I ""E Mem I, -rw, - Jw.-, .fl . 1. 4... M- ta - , I wha6,i,,.::'f.:,s,.g,ss.a.p,'1s2- I. .. 1 1 l1..s,.-,,,,1?iMwM'-11-5, .I 1--ix, rw ,lift , fi "h Cliff: N ---- -as -W. --W Q if 4' Member of the League of Nations Non-Partisan Associationg Member of Execu- tive Board of Southern Woman's Educational Allianceg Proxy Member of the Board of Governors of the Woman's Christian College, Madras, Member of the Board of Trustees, Mount Holyoke Collegeg Phi Beta Kappa Society. South Hadley, Massaclzztsetts CAROLINE BOARDMAN GREENE, M.A., Registrar M.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg Member of the New England Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schoolsg Member of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars, Member American Association of University Women, Phi Beta Kappa Society. South Hadley, llflassachusets MARY ASHBY CHEEK, M.A., Executive Secretary of the Board of Admission B.A. Mount Holyoke College, M.A., Columbia University, Member of New England Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schoolsg Member of American Association of University Women. 229 North Third Street, Danville, Kentucky WALTER BATES ADAMS, Treasurer CDied October 14, 19275 South Hadley, llflassaehusetts ELLA SILL DICKINSON, B.A., Assistant Registrar B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg Registrar, National Cathedral School, Wash- ington, District of Columbiag Phi Beta Kappa Society, Member of the American Association of University Womeng Member of the New England Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schools. South Hadley, Massaclzusetts HARRIET NEWHALL, B.A., Assistant to the President. fOn leave of absencej B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg B. S., Simmons Collegeg Member of American Association of University Womeng Member of New England Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schools. 795 Sumner Avenue, Springfield, Massachusetts 9 ANNA HANsoN, B.S. B.S., Simmons College, Secretary in office of President. OLIVE COPELAND, B.A., Secretary to the President B.A., Smith College. . 205 Elm Street, Northampton, Massaclzusetts l23l -. -.g..t D ' 1, , ,U v MA--F' I .d"Y "n 9 v I' fl 4 l R-33: "' figs? A 1 J, I F La HEl.EN MACN1UR'l'RIIE VOORHEES, M.A., flssistant to the Dean l3.A., lVIount Holyoke College, M. A., University of Wisconsing A.A.U.NV.g Secretary to the National Secretary of the Phi Beta Kappa Society. Basking Ridge, New Jersey Doius IiM1Lv HU'I'CHINSON, B.S., Sem-etary to the Dean B.S., Simmons College, Secretary, Bureau of Vocational Guidance, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University. 57 kl'iuter Street, Gardner, ll-lrlssrlrlzlzsetix KA'l'RlNA RoslNA PEASE, B.S., Secretary to the Dean B. S., Simmons College. Chester, llflrlxsrzelzzzsetts ELIZA GAvi,oRD, B.A., Reeoraler BA., Mount Holyoke Collegeg B.S., Simmons College. 2 Ufilliams Street, Holyoke, lllassaelzusetts GRACE HAZEL 'llRASK, l3..S., Serretary to the Registrar B.S., Simmons College. S terling, l1'1ll55Ill'llllSl'ffS HATTIE CELIA rlllNKHAM, Assistant to the Treasurer I ll 17 Fayette Street, Taunton, lllassatrlzusetts VERA BELLE FAIRBANKS, Serretary to the Treasurer ll 306 Suffield Street, flgawam, ll4asxaehu.vetts A .Im f FRANCES lVIA,RION BROWNIE, Set-retary in offire of Tfretzsffvrens. 31 Beacon fltienue, Holyoke, lVlIlSS1lL'llIl5l'ffS E1.1zABE'1'H CYPRIAN SUI,1.1vAN, flssistant Sevreiary in the Ojfire of the board of ,4 zlmlssio ll 1' 335 Sargeant Street, Holyoke, lVIassaclzusetts SYLVIA lVIl5ADOWS, A.l3., Serretary in Offiee of Board of .izlntiyyion "A.B., Wheaton. W U41 Q-.. .4-11. . M. . . 31. 3' V. 'LN'-. , .-535, .' , PD .ggi ' . I.. il Z' H4 " in 'MF 5 S Officers of the Alumnae Association for the Year 1927-H928 LENA Al.lJR1C1i SCHUSTER, '98, l,l'l"A'1Il!'fIlf Main Street, lfast Douglas, llflassachusetts MARY' AUGUSTA CLARK, '03, lfirsf Ifin'-l're.vi1l11111 Room 2005, 50 East -1-2 St., New York City FLORENCE lkl. REED, '09, Secozlrl l"i1'l'-l'1'e.v11le11t Spelman College, Atlanta, Ga. Dil'l?l'f0I'.1' KA'1'HERINl3 FLOWERS, '12, 56 Auburn Avenue, Columbus, Ohio MARY li1.Y LYMAN, '11, 606 West 122 St., New York City CHRISTINE HAM11.'1'ON Ai.l,lzN, '97, Kenwood, New York lVIARGARl5'1' Lewis ATwooD, '20, 18301 South Woodland Rd. Shaker Heights, Cleveland, Ohio Fl.oRizNc1s Cl.IEIV1IEN'1', '14, 3409 Race St., Philadelphia, Pa. MARIIKURIIZ lJA'1'1M1ZR S1',RlNGAl,1., '15, Rl?I'f1Tl1iIly Sfrremry, 51 Concord St., lvlalden Massachusetts ALICIE FARNSWORTH, '16, ll'l'!'11SIll'I?1', Mount Holyoke College MARY C. J. HIGLEY, '21, Alllllllllllf Sec1'1't11ry, Mount Holyoke College IJOROTHY A. JOHNSON, '26, 14ssi.ri1111t fo 1411111111110 Serrefrzry, llflount Holyoke College BARBARA CHAPIN, '26, 14ssi.vf1111f to 1411111111110 7'l'l'lISIlI'l'l', lllount Holyoke College G1ZR'1'RUDE V. BRUYN, 'l-1-, l"ie1dSec1'e1ary, Mount Holyoke College l,7'l'S1fIl'Ilf.Y of Loral Clubs LOUISE Kisl.LizY, The Calverton, Calvert and 25th St., Baltimore, llfld. ....... . ' 1211111111076 MRS. ,IWHEODORE POM EROY, Main St., Dalton, llflass. . Igl'7'l'SIlil'!? County MRS. HIERMAN L. IDILLINGHAM, 92 Chandler Road, West Medford, Mass. ....... . 130511111 MRS. FRANCIS Rice, 447 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. . . Buffalo MARGARET' KIEMPER, 18 Oswego St., Utica, N. Y. . . . CFlIfI'IIl New York DOROTHY FLQWERS, 56 Auburn Ave., Columbus, Ohio . . Cl'lIfl'Ill Ohio MRS. HAZIEN CAPRON, 812 West Church St., Champaign, lll. Cl111111p11ign-Urb111111 MRS. ARTHUR CONSOER, 40-1 Fairview Ave., Park Ridge, lll. Clzimgo MRS. RAYMOND ATWOOD, 18301 South Woodland Road, Shaker Heights, Cleveland, Ohio .... . Cl1'1'1'l111111 l25l was , 9--121 ,Z 'tes 'i ' . I r Iliff?" "" f 'aft---in-t.f:"Q:.. Q' ,f ll MARY A. C. AVERY. 44 Oneco St., Norwich, Conn. . . . A. LOIS LINDSAY, 7 Arnold Ave., Amsterdam, N. Y. . . MLRS. WILLIAM L. WARREN, 25 Hudson St., Bangor, Maine MRS. KARL F. MILLER, 4 High St., Turners Falls, Mass. . HELEN KNOWLTON, 25 Fearing St., Amherst, Mass. . . DOROTHY ELY WILLIAMS, 165 Girard Ave., Hartford, Conn. MRS. RIcHARD WEISER, 31 Amherst St., Holyoke, Mass. . . MRS. JOHN WEDDELL, 3931 North Deleware St., Indianapolis, Ind. ...... . . MRS. CYRIL J. EDWARDS, 140 Hampton Road, Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich ..... . . AMY P. MORSE, Maryland Hotel, Minneapolis, Minn. . . DOROTHY KENDALL, 60 Pleasant St., Concord, N. H. . . . SARAH LYON, 549 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. . . . MRS. J. TALBOT JOHNSON, Ben Airly, Aberdeen, N. C. . . MRS. FRANK M. HARRIS, 217 Hillcrest Road, Berkeley, Calif. . MARY L. BLYSTONE, 423 East Fourth St., Jamestown, N. Y. MRS. LEWIS K. JONES, Sapulpa, Oklahoma ..... MRS. DAVID G. YARNALL, Wallingford Ave., Wallingford, Pa. RUTH MOREY, 5754 Howe St., Pittsburgh, Pa. . . . . . MRS. EDWIN WI-IITING, 829-37 Ave., Seattle, Wash. . . . MRS. FRANK PETERS, 230 Pleasant St., Providence, R. I. . . MARY B. KNOX, 714 Granite Bldg., Rochester, N. Y. . . . MRS. R. H. B. THOMPSON, 510 Trinity Place, St. Louis, MO. MRS. EDWARD D. GAYLORD, 2283 West 21 St., Los Angeles, Calif .......... MRS. JAMES SEAMAN, 150 Buckingham St., Springfield, Mass. MRS. JOSEPH L. BODINE, 146 West State St., Trenton, N. J. . RUTH TEMPLE, Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt. . . FLORENCE HANKINS, 1826 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. . . MRS. FREDERICK E. FARRINOTON, Chevy Chase School, Washington, D. C. ......... . MARION CURRIER, 61 Elmwood Ave., Waterbury, Conn. MRS. DWIGHT H. SAYWARD, 53 Spruce St., Portland, Maine . MRS. OLIVER W. GAINES, 264 Highland St., Worcester, Mass. DR. MARGARET TYLER, 195 Church St., New Haven, Conn. . Foreign Clubs LAURA WARD, Diogloh, via Foochow, Fukien, China . . MRS. ARTHUR ALEXANDER, 2561 Jones St., Honolulu, T. H. MRS. J. D. N. DAS, Gorakpur, U.O., U.P., India . . . MRS. CHARLES TENNY, Kwanto Gakuin, Yokohama, Japan . MARY A. HALL, Constantinople WOman'S College, Box 39, Galata, Constantinople, Turkey . . l26l 'S HAL-' Jn.-g1fg'ESv.tl:,..na:I1... Q, .-Lf --Q,..-.,.-- 9 Eastern Conn. Eastern New York Eastern Maizze l"ranl'lin County l'IamjJshire County Hartford Holyoke Indianapolis Miclzigarz flffin nesota New Hampshire New York North Carolina Northern California Northwestern Penn. Oklahoma Philadelphia Pittsburgh Puget Sound Rhode Island Rochester St. Louis Southern Calif. Springfield Trenton Vermont Virginia Washirzgton, D. C. llfaterbury Westerrz Maine W orchester New Haven China Hawaii India Japan Near East .sip 'T . ' ME' wr' 'W nil k.. GT , ' X35 .TNQ .57 dew' , -M 'X 4 ., .0 ,V 1 . --.VW -f5.,.wV ..f,1g s . A af: zw,q.1,f.?::'1. -1 qv M aww, 4s,xggg,.mm,js.,171Z- , c ' u,9,.-.A.-,3x.1.q'-QS-9.+4M ' WND -W. my Q Jf 'W W Fix, Ny "'v w-f" ,-',,,-- FAC ULTY .wx-9 W M, gtg ft. ' -'f-.f'f- Sagem , tr' dn . - fr 't S? . S-35, 'Is , M , . . . "f - ' A r Srl' I 2 U " 7 ' .Mila A . fri s - --ff -X . . 'qua -I rE51ai1's-'Yi-SM. ' . J 1 - ' Q.. I .JW 4'-- .- txw.-.. mqy,,,J-M.: -,,....4,-I-:Lb I X544 L 1 .mf ,I-1.-gfmtggxt-sl...itna.s........aa -...-9 .-4...-, st... -,.,, Q J. I V' pix -w wp ,,...,,h 1-,A,,,.-.-- L .,,.. .. Faculty and Staff oEPARTIx4EN'1' or ART AND ARCHAIQOLOGY LOUISE FITZ-RANDOLI' H, lVI.A., Emeritus Professor of Arclmeology am! History of .lrt M.A., lllount Holyoke Collegeg University of lierling University of Chicagog America Schools of Classical Studies at Athens and at Romeg Head of the De- partment of History and Art, Lake Erie College, Lecturer in History of Art in the Western Reserve School of Design, IVICIHIBCI' of the Maiizlging Committee of the American School of Classical Studies at Athensg Nlember of the Archaeolog- ical Institute of America. Souflz Ilmlley, ll41zs.vm'l111xeft.v CAROLINE MORRIS GALT, l3.A., Professor of Arcllnelogy anrl Greek I3.A., Bryn Mawr Collegeg University of Chicagog Columbia Universityg Amer- ican School of Classical Studies at Rome, Member of the Managing Committee of the School at Athensg Annual Professor of American Classical School at Athens, Associate Membei' of the American Numismatic Societyg American Philological Association, Archaeological Institute of America. Souflz llarlley, lllaxszlrlzllxetts GER'I'RUDlZ S'rEwAR'r HYDE, B.A., Professor of I-listory of Art. HA., Mount Holyoke Collegeg Norwich Art Schoolg Art Students' League, New Yorkg Art League Summer Schoolsg University of Chicagog College Art Asso- ciation of America. Soulh Hadley, lllll.V.Wll'l1Il.W'ffX FI.oRENcE WINsI.ow Foss, M.A., Professor of Hisfory of flri B. A., llflount Holyoke Collegeg M.A., Wellesley College, University of Chicagog Art Institute, Chicagog College Art Association of Americag School of American Sculpture. South Hmlley, lllrlssrzrfllzlsfftx MIIIDRED IVIELLOR BA'rEsoN, M.A., Izzsrz-ut-for Ph.I3., University of Chicagog M.A., University of Chicago, llflember of Kappa Pi. 1 6127 Greenwood fl'l!l'IllH', Chicago, Illinois MARIAN HAYES, B.A., Ilssixmnt l'I.A., Mount Holyoke College. 153 Hill ilfvelzue, Elgin, Illinoix DIQPARTMISNT UF ASTRONOMY ANNE SEWELI, YOUNG, Ph.D., Professor mul Director of .lolm Payson Willistozz Ubserfmrory l3.L., M. S., Carleton Collegeg Ph.D., Columbia Universityg Goodsell Observa- tory, Northfield, Minnesotag University of Chicagog Professor of Mathematics, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washingtong Research Assistant, Yerkes h mber of the Nantucket llflaria Mitchell Associationg Member of the AmeI'ican Association of Variable Star Observersg lVIember of the American Astronomical Society, Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Scienceg Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society. . llfiinomz Lake, lnzlialm Observatory 5 Me E291 A A 'K-:rx S Q. Af V ,M , I " - ,A 2 gl? A 'LA J I A .y ' 'EA v 'gl 2 :ft Q L i n 'N AIIcE HALL FARNSWORTH, Ph.D., flssistant Professor B.A., Mount Holyoke College, M.S., Ph.D., University of Chicago, Yerkes Observatory, Elizabeth Bardwell Memorial Fellow, Fellow in Astronomy, University of Chicago, Member of the American Association of Variable Star Observers, Member of the American Astronomical Society, Fellow of the Amer- ican Association for the Advancement of Science, Instructor, University of Chicago, 196 Ifighland Street, Taunton, Massaelzusetts CATHERINE STILLMAN, B.A., Assistant B.A., Mount Holyoke College. 26 North lllorrell Avenue, Geneva, N. Y. DEPARTMENT OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE LAURA HULDA WILD, B.D., Professor B.A., Smith College, B.D., Hartford Theological Seminary, Professor of Biblical History and Literature, Doane College and Lake Erie College, National Secretary of the Young Women's Christian Association, Pastor of Congregational Church, Lincoln, Nebraska, Visiting Professor at Ginling College, China, Member of Fund for American Schools of Oriental Research, Member of the American Oriental Society, Member of the Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis, Member of the Religious Education Association, Member of the Federal Council Commission on Religious Education, Member of the Board of Directors of Clarke School for the Deaf, Northampton, Massachusetts, Member of the Administrative Committee of the American Nlissionary Association. ' South Hadley, Massachusetts MARY INDA HussEY, Ph.D., Professor Ph.B., Earlham College, Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, Graduate Scholar, Bryn Mawr College, Fellow in Semitic Languages, University of Pennsylvania, Uni- versity of Leipzig, Instructor in Biblical History, Wellesley College, Fellow of the Baltimore Association for the Promotion of University Education of Women, Holder of the Alice Freeman Palmer Memorial Fellowship of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, Assistant in the Harvard Semitic Museum, Field Secretary of the Fund for Oriental and Archaeological Biblical Research, Member of the American Oriental Society, Member of the Vorderasiatische Gesellschaft, Mem- ber and Treasurer of the Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis, Member of the Religious Education Association. South Hadley, Massachusetts JAMES MUILENEURG, Ph.D., Assistant Professor A.B., Hope College, M.A., University of Nebraska, Ph.D., Yale University, Instructor in English, University of Nebraska, Fellow in the National Council on Religion in Higher Education, Member of the Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis, Member of the National Association of Biblical Instructors. South Hadley, Massachusetts DOROTHY BUTLER ROBINSON, B.D., Instructor B.A., Mount Holyoke College, B.D., Hartford Theological Seminary, Ordained as Congregational Minister, 1925, Member Of the Soclety of Biblical Literature and Exegesis, Member of the Religious Education Association. 233 Elma Street, Holyoke, Massachusetts i301 ruff' '- J ,fit wl-limi? L... V, -4' 4 V Mr ,y k 5.1 lk lr' M ii Silt fir s R4 MfS,.!zf..:isy.Q,fQ5:a3sr3l5.::55r.533 t J if . W L Jiri95.45152fggg5rEE.,,i1aaz..l.::.p DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY I'lENRIET'l'A EDGEcoME HQJOKIER, Ph.D., Emvriius Professor Ph.B., Ph.lVI., 'Ph.D., Syracuse Universityg Marine Biological Laboratory, Wtmcmcls Holeg Massachusetts Institute of 'liechnologyg Berlin Universityg Mem- ber of International Association of Botany. South Hadley, Mfzssrlclzllsetts ALMA GRACEY S'roKEv, Ph.D., Professor B.A., Oberlin Collcgeg Ph.D., University of Chicago, Marine Biological Labora- tory, Woods Holeg Member of the Botanical Society of Americag Nlember of the Sullivant Moss Societyg Sigma Xi Society. South Hadley, lllassaclzusetts ANNA MCIRSIZ STARR, Ph.D., flssoriate Professor B.L., Ohio Wesleyan Universityg Bryn Mawr Collegeg B.A., M,A., Oberlin Collegeg Ph.D., University of Chicago, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Holeg Fellow in Botany, University of Chicagog Member of the Ecological Society of America, Sigma Xi Society, Member of the Botanical Society of America. South Hadley, lWassaclzusetts ASA STEPHEN KINNEY, S.M., Insfrut-for in Floriczzlzura S.B., Boston Universityg S. NI., Massachusetts Agricultural College, Member of the National Forestry Association. South Hadley, fllassarlzusefts SARAH JANE AGARD, M.A., Curator of the Boianical llluseum B.A., M.A., Mount Holyoke College. South Hadley, A4llS.SYIt'lll1.Y!'ff.K' KA'l'HIiRINlE LOUISE BRUCE, B.A., flssisfanz B.A., Wellesley College. 4 Caswell Slreei, .l"itclzl1urg, Illassruflzilsetfs LENETTE MAY ROGERS, Ph.D., flssistant Professor B.A., Mount Holyoke College, M.A., Ph.D., University of Wisconsing C.R.B. Fellow in Botany, University of Louvaing Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Holeg Member of Botanical Society of America. DEPARTMENT OF CH EMI STRY EMMA PERRY CARR, Ph.D., Professor S.B., University of Chicago, Ohio State University, Mount Holyoke College, Ph.D., University of Chicagog Holder of the Mary E. Woolley Fellowship, University of Chicagog Holder of Lowenthal Fellowship, University of Chicagog Queen's University, Belfast, Irelandg University of Zurichg Sigma Xi Society, American Chemical Society. C05ll0ff07l, Ohio DORO'1'HY ANNA HAHN, Ph.D., Professor B.A., Bryn Mawr Collegeg Ph.D., Yale Universityg University of Leipzigg Fellow in Chemistry, Bryn hlawr Collegeg Holder of the Anna C. Prescott Fellowship of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, Yale University, Holder of the Currier Fellowship, Yale University, Head of the Department of Chemistry at the Pennsylvania College for Women, Member of the German Chemical Society, Sigma Xi Societyg American Chemical Society. South Hadley, ll4ll.V.WIL'llll.Yl?HS i311 ,XY 'Z--. . . , . . x my-ef 'spy M... Pe. , ' V fi . 6.4 , ek., Wg, ...fr N he as.. 'jfs we x ra 'va-1 ff,-i::I'l:-w,-.'::w"- J . it ., -'-:tt-.'5.rfd2i--'- fv QW...shaf:f,,,,3ne,qgy,.::m:gms , h. . cg 4My-I-1-'31'..::,'-'gfp-e."-f- ----- 3113 ...-D "-- ..,-, ww- -..,, C J gk? jim -..:1 fa 44-- 4 Louisa S'1'oNiz S'rlzvi2NsoN, Ph.D., l'rofesi-or A.B., Vassar College, Ph.D., Cornell University, Holder of the Lydia Pratt Bahhott Fellowship, Cornell University, Instructor in Chemistry, Vassar College, Instructor in Chemistry, Wellesley' Collegeg Head of the Department of Chemistry, Sweet Briar Collegeg Sigma Xi Society. -is l'rim'elon Sweet, Lowell, 1ll!l3'5I1fll1lSl'ff.Y IVIARY LURA Suiciuziti., Ph.D., Z1.5'.V0l'I1lf6' Pr0f1'.vsm- B.A., IVI.A., Randolph-IVIacon Woman's College, Ph.D., University of Chicago, Instructor in Chemistry, Adjunct Professor Chemistry, Acting Head of Depart- ment of Chemistry, Randolph-lVIacon VVoman's Collegeg Associate Professor of Chemistry, N. C. College for Womeng Associate Chemist, Chemical VVarfare Serviceg Sigma Xi Societyg Phi Beta Kappag Ildember of North Carolina Academy of Scienceg American Chemical Society. Sezlyehielrl, Gre1'n.vbnro, Arflffll Carolina ISDITH R. BARSTOW, ffssistant Director of the Cllenlistry Lllbfll'llf!II'il'A' B.A., lVIount Holyoke College. South Ilfulley, lil'1Il.YXII!'llIlSBfl'A' HARRIET A. SoU'1'HoA'1'is, M.A., Insfrurfm- A.B., Radcliffe Collcgeg M.A., lVIount Holyoke College, Instructor in Science, VVoodward Institute, Quincey. fllarslzfelzl, fl'Ia.v.s'11clz11sel1s L. JEAN Rouoizas, B.A., flsxiszant B.A., lXfIount Holyoke College. Ifnsi Nortlzfielrl, IIlll.V.Wll'llIlA'Plf5 Ei.izABiz'1'H DYER, B.A., Assistant and Resmrrh Fellow B,A., IVIount Holyoke College. 30 Columbus fl'Z'l'1IIll', 11111-'l'I'llill, A1!l.YXf1l'llll5f'ffS BELLE OTTO, B.A., Gfllllllllff Fellow B.A., Barnard College. Sflj'1iiHl', New lfgrk ALFARls'r'rA JACKSON, B.A., Gl'Il1llll1fQ Fellow B.A., University of Colorado. Eaton, Colorado DliPAR'I'MIiN'I'S OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY AMY Hiawizs, 'Ph.D., Professor B.A., Goucher Collegeg Pli.D., University of Chicago, University of Berling Fellow, University of Chicagog Fellow of the Baltimore Association for the Pro- motion of University Education of Wcmmerig Executive Secretary, Committee on Women in Industry, Council of National Defense, Supervisor Industrial Service Section, Ordinance Departmentg Instructor in Economics at Bryn Mawr Summer School for Women in Industryg Memlter' of the American Economic Association, the American Sociological Society, the American Association for Labor Legislation, and the American Statistical Association, Fellow of the Royal Economic Society. South H ful I ey, A'1llXSIIl'll usetts l32l n., M H 1, I .1 'ri ' -,M mpg if .ac - New . . I '4 , l sk .M q .Mig ,vi I fi , , QQ? .- ., ,vii .frX,,,.- I I ftfir , ,. ,-- .ggzammg ' ' ' I 'll' ' Earfsrffefliimlxoan---.--f., df' "S .--. J-'----f,.,.,, -. Q , 4-. - 3- L-'w 3 ..-.,.-W-N ., xi- ..7 ,J . 4.-.1 dy ffm: Ns ..- 1. -t I . J J ALZADA CoMs'rocK, l h.D., I rofe.s',vor ETH B.A., lVIount Holyoke College, M.A., Columbia University, Ph.D. Columbia University, Research Fellow, Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy, Holder of the Bardwell lVIemoria'. Fellowship, Columbia University, Fellow of the John Sinion Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Harvard University, London School of Economics, University of London, Associate in Economics, Barnard College, lVIember of thc American Economic Association, the Economica History Society, the American Political Science Association, the Academy of Political Science, and the American Statistical Association, Fellow of the Royal Economic Society. South I1flIHl',l', .7l'fa.vsr1r'l11lseff.t 151. BARBARA IDIIETRICH, Ph.D., flssor-inte l'rofv.vi-or B.A., Vassar College, M.A., University of VVisconsin, Ph.D., University of Wiscolisiil, University of Chicago, Vassar Fellow, University of VVisconsin, Fellow in Economics, University of Wisconsin, Assistant in Economics, University of Wisconsin, Research Assistant, Bureau of Industrial Relations, United Typo- thetae of America, Special Investigator, VVoman's Branch Industrial Service Section, Ordinance Department, lVIember of the American llflanagement Asso- ciation, lVIember of the American Economic Association and the American Asso- ciation for Labor Legislation. Souilz Hrullvy, jl4!ISSl1l'lIIlXf'fi.Y J ARYNESS JOY, M.A., Jmisfrlrlt lrofexsor RUT Hel. .IANI B.A., University of VVashington, lW.A., University of Chicago, Research Assis- tant, University of Chicago, Field Agent, United States Children's Bureau, lVIember of Staff, Division of Research and Statistics, Federal Reserve Board, Member of the American Economic Association, and the American Statistical ASSOCIMIOIW- South Hadley, jl4llXXlll'll1lSl'ff5 H REED, Ph.D., flxsixtrlzli Professor B.A., Brenau College, Ph.D., Columbia, Instructor, Wells College, Special agent of the United States Children's Bureau, Field agent of the Commission of lnter- racial Co-operation, Assistant editor of the Journal of Social Hygiene. l2l Grow Street, Grziuestfillr, Georgia EN FAIRCHILD Di2MoNu, M.A., Instr-zu-for B.A., M.A., lVIount Holyoke College, University of Chicago, lVIember of staff, Harvard University Committee on Economic Research. Hzflclwrfon, M11s.vr1rlz11.veft.v 2 PERRY CLARK, M.A. B.A., Vassar College, M.A., Columbia University, Reader, Bryn lylawr College, Appointed University Fellow, Columbia University, University of Chicago, New School for Social Research, Secretary and Research Secretary, International lVIigration Service, lVIember of the American Association for Labor Legislation, the American Academy of Political and Social Science, the Academy of Political Science, the American Association of Social Workei's. 399 Park Afvenzle, New York E331 12. ---.. -,-.-Y-.. - .5 I K..-..., 4 l I lm, I 'i, , M. M' .I . Agp , E., ,f'xXh,,- I A e EVA y S K ., w' , -trf. ,.-.If '-'-' , - me 5 ,. A ,X,f.....1rtiu,,,,aaeggfpsm-.E-.L fn -an so-.we-,,Shf.n,..,.tna'a'r....,...,0 .-3 "" -..'.i 'um '-46, I I 'ea' F' " .01 f-uf'-L,---"' 4--.... Y . DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION MARY M. VVENTWORTH, Ed.D., flxsociate Professor A.B., Mount Holyoke College, M.A., University of California, University of Southern California, Los Angeles State Normal Extension, Stanford University, Ed.M., Ed.D., Harvard University Gradutate School of Education, Instructor in High Schools and at Mills College, Interne in Psychology, Boston Psychopathic Hospital, Assistant Psychologist, Taunton State Hospital, Psychologist Mental Hygiene Habit Clinics, Boston, Psychologist for Dr. Douglas Thom, Psychologist and Research Associate, Harvard University Graduate School of Education, Member of the National Education Association, Member of the National Society for Mental Hygiene. 9 Chauucy Street, Cambridge, Ildassachusetts HERBERT MOORE, M.A., flssixtant Professor A.B., University of Toronto, M.A., Harvard University, Assistant in Social Ethics, Harvard University. 92 Yarmouth Road, Toronto, Canada DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH CLARA FRANCES STEVENS, Ph.M., Emeritus Professor Mount Holyoke College, Ph.M., University of Michigan. South Hiadley, Illassachusetts MARGARET' BALL, Ph.D., Professor A.B., Mount Holyoke College, A.M., Ph.D., Columbia University, Holder of the 1886 Fellowship, Columbia University, Assistant in English, Barnard College, Member of the Modern Language Association. South Hadley, Illassachusetts ADA LAURA FONDA SNELL, 'Ph.D., Professor A.B., Mount Holyoke College, lVI.A., Ph.D., University of llflichigan, Yale University, University of Chicago, Holder of the Elizabeth Bardwell Fellowship, Yale University, Fellow in Rhetoric, University of Michigan, Member of the Modern Language Association. South Hadley, Masxaclzzzsetts RALPH PHILIP BoAs, M.A., Professor B.A., M.A., Brown University, Assistant in English, Brown University, Fellow in English, University of Chicago, Associate Professor of English, Whitman Col- lege, Austin Scholar and M.A. Harvard University, Professor of English, Reed College, Head of the Department of English, Central High School, Springfield, Massachusetts, Director of Evening Schools, Supervisor of the Social Studies, Springfield, Professor of Education for the Summer Quarte1', Ohio State Univer- sity, Member of the lVIodern Language Association, South Hadley, M11.vs1lclz11.vetts HEI.IEN GRIFFITH, Ph.D., Associate Professor B.A., Bryn Mawr College, A.M., Columbia University, University of Chicago, Ph.D., University of Michigan, Instructor in Rhetoric, University of Minnesota, Assistant in English, Teachers' College, Columbia University, Assistant in Eng- lish, University of Chicago, Fellow in Rhetoric, University of Michigan. South I-Iadley, lldassacliusetts l34l ht -H 'X .W-Fir' Ear-..,,,KEf,Q S? I L.-mr ,U 'Is I 'X , fluid-lt X . . ' WA I ' Qt., XJEI.-ng I la' P as i :zf x pf .. QW: ..., m..,:rsra9f2.gi33431,:a.m,tE-r cl l 4, Q 1 C args, smu3gQE5..tg,Q,,,.1s:a,.......,G .. -V -1 If v- ,., fm- :,,..--f ,i-..... HARRIET Fox Wi-11cHER, A.M., ,Jssismnl Professor B.A., Barnard College, A.M., Columbia University, Lecturer in English at Barnard College, journalistic work for the American Association for Interna- tional Coneiliation, Lecturer in English at Smith College, Lecturer in English Literature at Mount Holyoke College, Lecturer in English at Nlitldlebury College Summer School Session, Member of the Modern Language Association. Amherst, lllassarhusetts LEONORA BRANCH, M.A., dssistanr Professor B.A., Smith College, lW.A., Wellesley College, Reader and Instructor, Mount Holyoke College, Instructor, Vassar College, Lecturer in English, Middlebury College Summer Session, Holder of Trustee Fellowship, Smith College, Member of the Modern Language Association. South Hadley, llflrzsszztrlilzsetts MAR.IORlE BARs'row GREENBIE fMRS. SYDNEY GREENBIED, Ph.D., Hssistanl Professor B.A., Cornell University, Ph.D., Yale University, Member of the Town Hall Club, New York City. flmlzerst, lllassavhusetts SYDNEY RoBER'rsoN MCLEAN, M.A., lnstrurtor A. B., Mount Holyoke College, M. A. Yale University, Instructor in English, Lake Erie College, Yale University. 4316 Chestnut St., Plzilarlelfllzia, Pwznsylfvania Romfx KAY'E KAUFFMAN, A.M., Instructor A.B., Grinnell College, A.M., Columbia University, Roberts Fellow of Colum- bia University, Theta Sigma Phi, Member of the Modern Language Association. 1204 Drew St., Clearwater, Florida Doals BATES GAREY, B.A., Assistant A.B., Mount Holyoke College. 54 Uflzitman Sf., East lI!l'j,'Ill0Ilfll,, lklassaclzusetts DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH LITERATURE JEANNE'r'rE 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 Boston Author's Club, Member of the New England Poetry Club, Member of the Poetry Society of America, Member of the Poets' Association, Member of the Modern Language Association of America, "l"leur Ill? Lys," Wfesfjrort-on-Lake-Clzamfrlain, New York DOROTHY FOSTER, M.A., 1-Issorirzte Professor B.A., Bryn Mawr College, M.A., Radcliffe College, Graduate Scholar in Eng- lish, Radcliffe College, Holder of the Womenis Education Association Fellow- ship, Research Student at the British Museum, London, and at the Bodlelan Library, Oxford, Member of the Salem Soc1ety'for the Higher Education of Women, Member of the Modern Language Association of America. Soailz Hadley, lVIassachusetts f35l I lin I ,ir ' - 1 I ' 49?-2 Q, - , ,F ,N .atv 1.-M3 I' --Mg f-fs .,,, -1 in F Y, :.,.-- - A-..., ' ' 'IFF I s CHARLOTTE D'EvEI.YN, Ph.D., Assoriate Professor B.L., Mills College, Ph.D., Bryn Mawr Collegeg Fellow in English, Bryn Mawr Collegeg Holder of the Nlary E. Garrett European Fellowship, Member of the lvlodern Language Association of America. 312 Phelan Building, San Frrmciseo, California LESLIE GALE BURGEVIN, M.A., Associate Professor B.A., Harvard Univcrsityg M.A., University of California. South Hadley, Ildassachusetts ERIKA VON ERHARDT, Ph.D., Associate Professor Graduated from Realgymnasium, "Schillcrschule," Frankfurt-on-the-Maing Post- graduate work in the Universities of Frankfurt, Heidelberg, and Cambridge, Eng- land, Ph.D., University of Heidelberg, Venia Legendi for English Philology and Literature, University of Karlsruhe, European Fellowship of Bryn Mawr Col- lege, Member of the Modern Language Association of America. South Hadley Mrlssrlclzztsetts KATHLEEN LYNCH, Ph.D., Assistant Professor B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegeg M.A., Columbia Universityg Ph.D., University of Michigang Holder of the Bardwell Memorial Fellowshipg Member of the Modern Language Association of America. South Hadley, Massrtclzusetts LAWRENCE B. WALLIS, M.A., Assistant Professor B.A., Dartmouth Collegeg M.A., Harvard University. South Hadley, IVIassachusetts JULIA E. MCDONNEl.l., M.A., Instructor B.A., Mount Holyoke Collegcg M.A., Wellesley Collegeg Holder of the Bardwell Memorial Fellowship. South Hadley Falls, Mzlsszzclzusetts MILDRED NOBLE, M.A., Reader and Assistant B.A., M.A., lVIount Holyoke College. South Hadley, lldassachusetts DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY MIGNON TALBO'1', Ph.D., Professor B.A., Ohio State Universityg Ph.D., Yale Universityg Cornell Universityg Har- vard Universityg Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Fellow of the Geological Society of America, Member of the Paleontolog- ical Societyg Sigma Xi Society. South Hadley, Mzzssrzclzusetts DOROTI-IY VERNON NOBLE, M.A., Instructor B.A., University of Illinoisg M.A., Clark Universityg University of Wisconsin. La Crosse, W iseonsin CATHERINE ROBBINS CHASE, M.A., Instructor B.A., M.A., Oberlin College, University of Coloradog University of Wisconsin. 69 Bonita Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio JOSEPHINE PHELPS WELLS, B.A., Assistant B.A., Mount Hoyokc Collegeg Yale University. Holliston, lVIassacl1uset1,q E361 .I-'Q qs .:'4I,Q1f' : sara S , ,FNB -' Eaukib , gi, fig an I..-,s,,,,,,Q7ss,,I5,f,a:tt.5-.lib Q, I , fm .eL9,,aas,iw'.Q,,,,mIE!'L...,....,G 5 -..,I ws ms' -if 'if' gb C, rw- :.,...-.- I."'---' DEPARTMENT OF GERMAN I LLEN CLARINDA HINSIJAIIE, Ph.D., Professor I3.A., VVestern Reserve University, M.A., University of lVIichigang Ph.D., University of Gottingeng University of Leipzig: University of Berlin, 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 America. South Hadley, Mzzssaolzrlsetts AI ICE PoR'I'ER STEVENS, M.A., Associate Professor B.A., lVIount Holyoke Collegeg M.A., Radcliffe Collegeg University of Zurichg University of Berling Holder of the 1886 Fellowshipg Member of the lVIodern Language Association of America. South Hadley, lldassaclztlsetts TGRACE MABEL BACON, Ph.D., Associate Professor B.A., Mount Holyoke College, M.A., Ph.D., University of Michigan, University of Berling Instructor in German in Ypsilanti, Michigang Holder of the Cornelia M. Clapp Fellowship, Member of the Modern Language Association of America. 9"Absent on Leave. South Hadley, llflassachusetts DEPARTMENT OF GREEK MARY GILMORE WILLIAMS, Ph.D., Professor Mount Holyoke Seminaryg B.A., Ph.D., University of Michigang American School of Classical Studies, Romeg Instructor In Latin, Kirkwood Seminary, Missourig Instructor iII Latin, Lake Erie Collegeg Elisha Jones Fellow of the University of Michigaiug Fellow of the Association of Collegiate Alumnaeg Mem- ber of the Archeological Institute of Americag Member of the American Philo- logical Association South Hadley, Mzlsszzclzusetts CAROLINE MORRIS GAI.T, B.A., Professor of .flrclzaeology and Greelc B.A., Bryn Mawr Collegeg University of Chicagog Columbia University, Amer- ican School of Classical Studies at Romeg Member of the Managing Committee of the American School of Classical Studies at Athensg Associate Member of the American Numismatic Societyg Annual Professor of the American School of Classical Studies in Athensg Member of the Archaeological Institute of Americag Member of the American Philological Association. South Hadley, fllassaclzusetts DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE NELLIE NEILSON, Ph.D., Professor of History and Political Science on the E. Nevins Rodman Foundation 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 American Association of University Womeng Research Work in Englandg Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, Fellow of the Medieval Academy of Americag Member of the American Historical Association, of the American Political Science Associa- tion, of the Selden Society. South Hadley, Massarlgugeffy E371 Ms stress: x ,e 'Eff sk 1- ,577 E 'H A 'Q " ' --f .iii.f"'Flf2:' I I 'tl s l H31 f, fs H -, , 1 A .ag ,..,, ,.d3fv.:1,,,.ss:u1..,...,, W-fs W f 1 yin, H es f-fri.---w .M- ELLEN DEBIJRAH ELLIS, Ph.D., Professor of Politicu! Science B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Bryn lklawr College, Holder of the Bryn lVIawr European Fellowship, Leipzig, Fellow in Economics and Politics, Bryn Mawr College, Professor of History, Constantinople College, Constantinople, Turkey, Member of the American Historical Association, Member of the American Political Science Association, American Society of International Law. South Huelley, Metssrlclzitsetts BERTHA HAVEN PUTNAM, Ph.D., Professor of History B.A., Bryn lllawr College, Ph.D., Columbia University, twice holder of the Alice Freeman Palmer Memorial Fellowship of the American Association of University Women, Research Work in England, Fellow of the Royal Economic Society, Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, Member of the Selden Society, Medieval Academy of America, of the American Historical Association, of the American Economics Association, of the Economic History Society. , South Hadley, fllussachusetts V1ol,A Fi,oRENcE BARNES, Ph.D., flssociute Professor of Pfisfory B.A., M.A., University of Nebraska, Ph.D., Yale University, Fellow in Amer- ican History, University of Nebraska, Holder of the Currier Fellowship and of the Susan Rhoda Cutler Fellowship, Yale University, Instructor in American History, University of Nebraska, Holder of Alice Freeman Palmer Memorial Fellowship of the American Association of University Women for European Study, Member of the American Historical Association. fllbiou, Nebraska CoNs'rANcE Wmsoa MCLAUGHLIN GREEN, M.A., Instructor B.A., Smith College, M.A., lVIount Holyoke College. Ho1yo,I'e,Mctssetclzttsetts BEATRICE FRY HvsLoP, M.A., Instructor B.A., Mount Holyoke, M.A., Columbia, Member of American Historical Asso- ciation, of Academy of Political Science. JESSIE M. TA'r1.ocK, M.A., Instructor A.B., Bryn Mawr, A.M., Radcliffe, llflember of Medieval Academy, of American Historical Association. DEPARTMENT OF LATIN HELEN lhfICGAFFEY SEARLES, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus lW.A., Lake Forest College, Ph.D., University of Chicago, Instructor in Greek and German, Ferry Hall, Classical Fellow, Cornell University, Fellow in Sanskrit and Comparative Philology, University of Chicago, Instructor in Latin and Greek at the Pennsylvania College for Women, Member of the Achaeological Institute of America, Member of the American Philological Association, Mem- ber of the Oriental Society of America. South Hadley, JVlussachusetts CoRNEl.iA CATLIN Coul.'rER, Ph.D., Professor B.A., Washington University, Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, European Fellow, Fellow in Latin, and Fellow in Greek, Bryn Mawr College, Teacher in Saint Agnes School and in the departments of Latin and Greek at Vassar College, Associate Professor of Greek, Vassar College, Member of the American Philolo- gical Association, Member of the Advisory Board of Speculum. 315 flclums fl'Ul'llIlE, Pergttson, Missoizri I3Sl .4-'v 'gc N. 'ft-SF' 5. nb- ' W ' I Y' ln. . 04" . it I I 1. ' ,' ' e Milf we:1itg1fW1I.twfif'1--'-we g,,..,., 'X ---- ..,-fswf. --,.,,, Q' J , P 'X ,,. --v -..---'- LN- ' 'IAF I BLANCHE BRO'l'HliR'I'ON, Ph.D., flsyofinte l'roffysor B.A., Smith College, M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago, Traveling Fellow, Smith College, Fellow, University of Chicago, Instructor in Elmhurst School, in Birmingham, Assistant Professor of Latin and Greek, Wheaton College, and in summer sessions of the University of Chicago, Member of the American Philological Association. 59 Li'z'ing.rton Street, Brooklyn, New York BLANCIIE BI2A'I'RIcn Boviia, Ph.D., Assistant Profexsor B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago, Fellow in Latin, University of Chicago, Instructor in Latin and Greek, St. Xavier College, Assistant Professor of Latin, Allegheny College, lVIember of the American Philological Association, Member of the Mediaeval Academy of America. IVIARION LoUIsIs Aviza, M.A., Instructor B.A., Wheaton College, M.A., Cornell University, Graduate Scholar, Cornell University, Harvard College and Boston University, Cataloguer and Classitier in Harvard College Library, Instructor and Acting Librarian at VVheaton Col- lege, Member of the American Philological Association, Member of Lambda Theta Society. 424- .M11.v.vavlz11.vetts flfvenue, Buxton, fllasmrliusettx DIiPAR'1'MEN'I' OF MATHEMATICS SARAH EFFII2 SMITH, B.S., Professor B.S., Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Michigan, University of Chicago, University of Berlin, Holder of the '86 Fellowship, llflember of American Mathematical Society, lylember of the Mathe- matical Association of America. South Hadley, jl'1ll.VXflt'llIlSt'YfS ISLEANOR CATHIERINE Dotxk, I'h.D., l'rofes.vor B.A., Coates College, Ph.D., University of Chicago, Cambridge University, In- structor of lVIathematics at Coates College and at DePauw University, Reader in Mathematics for the College Entrance Examination Board, Member of American Mathematical Society, Member of the Mathematical Association of America. South Hadley, lI4IlA'.Wll'l1IlXt'ffS EMILIE NORTON MAR'l'IN, Ph.D., l'z-ofessor B.A., Ph.D., Bryn Mawr, .Fellow in llflathematics at Bryn Mawr College, Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship from Bryn Mawr, and Student at the University of Gottingen, Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Member of American Mathematical Society, Mem- ber of the Mathematical Association of America. fllontreat, North Carolina MARIE LI'I'zINc:IzR, M.A., Instructor B.A., M.A., Bryn Mawr, Fellow in Mathematics at Bryn Mawr College, Holder of the Senior European Fellowship from Bryn IVIawr, and Student at the University of Rome, Member of the American llflathematical Society. l3?l1f0I'll, Pe1In.ryI1'111Iia I39l .gf S - if P4 , PCT. s., ,ffl ' "".ls,a:' li V JA 5, :. -A DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE AND HYGIENE ELIZABETH COLDEN UNDER!-IILL, M.D., Resident Physician Women's Medical College, New York, Cornell University, Medical College, Clinical Assistant 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 Educa- tion, Fellow of the American Medical Association, Member of the American Social Hygiene Association. Strawberry Hill, Pouglzkeefnsie, New York PATTIE JOHNSON GROVES, M.D., Assistant Physician Bachelor of Pedagogy, 1914, N. C. State College for Women, Greensboro, N. C. Teacher in Public Schools of N. C. 1914-22, Bachelor of Arts, 1922, Trinity College, Durham, N. C., Doctor of Medicine, 1926, Women's Medical College of Pa., in Philadelphia. Durham, N. C. DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC WILLIAM CHURCHILL HAINIMOND, Mus.D., Professor, Director of Music Piano, Hartford, Boston, New York, Organ, Hartford, New York, Theory, N. H. Allen, Organist of Second Congregational Church, Holyoke, A Founder of the American Guild of Organists. 231 Cabot Street, Holyoke, lllassachusetis ALBERT MooDY SPUCKER, Professor Piano and Organ, Professor Hammond, Piano and Harmony, J. J. Bishop, Springfield, Organ, S. P. Warren, New York, Organ, Guilmant, Piano, Wager Swayne, Paris, Harmony and Composition, J. P. Marshall, Boston, Counter- point, Walter Edmund Squire, New York, Member of the McDowell Colony League, Associate of the American Guild of Organists. South Hadley, Massaclzusetts RUTH ELIZABETH DYER, B.A., Associate Professor B.A., Mount Holyoke College, Organ, Professor Hammond, Organ and Har- mony, 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, Madison, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Winner of Scholarship, 1924, Assistant to E. Robert Schmitz in Master Class at Boulder, Colorado Springs, Voice, F. W. Wodell, Boston, Harmony, Raymond Robinson, Boston University, Colleague of the American Guild of Organists. llflafmle Road, Oxford, Illassacltusetts ANNA MATHILDE WOLLMAN, Assistant Professor Harmony, Marion Wheeler, Voice, Julia B. Dickinson, J. J. Bishop, Springfield, Isadore Luckstone, A. Clark Jeannotte, New York, Royal Dadmun, Soprano soloist at the Old First Church, Springfield. 36 Eldridge Street, Sfnringffelzl, Massaelzztsetts E401 'T ,MMP tg,f.f'.m I H i ' 'Lmt U 9 A .. I ax ' - iso Af Q,K':ffS..'7i5.iS,r4fr?3s'f:T1Z-:17:u.y:w.E. Q J! - ,, ' ,N CLARA B. Tll.LINGHAS'l', B.A., flssistant Professor B.A., Mount Holyoke College, Organ, Professor Hammond, Pietro Yon, New York, Theory and Composition, Percy Goetschius, Institute of Musical Art, New York, History and Symphonic Analysis, Daniel Gregory Mason, Columbia University, Colleague of the American Guild of Organists, Northfield Seminary. Vernon, Connertiru! M1L'roN JACOB ARONSON, Instructor Violin, Charles Martin Loeffler, Boston. 17 Rittenhouse Terrace, Springfield, Mzzssarlzuszftts ARNOLD RICHARD JANSER, Instructor Cello with Leo Schultz, New York, Instructor in St. Agnes School and Emma Willard School, Concertized in New York and New England, Instructor at Smith College. NU!'fllIllllPl0Il, M11ssael11tsz'tts RUTH DOUGLASS, B.A., Assistant Professor B.A., Mount Holyoke College, Voice with .Ieannotte and Charles Kitchell, New York. ' 358 Terrace Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio HELEN BLYTH, B.A., Instructor B.A., Mount Holyoke College, Piano with Bruce Simonds, New Haven. 2109 Calumet Avenue, Toledo, Ohio LOUISE A. DREssEL, Secretory South Hadley High School. 28 Carew St., South Hadley Falls, lVIassaclzusetts DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND PSYCHOLOGY ELLEN BLISS TALBOT, Ph.D., Professor on the duno C. Edwards l"ounda!ion B.A., Ohio State University, Ph.D., Cornell University, University of Chicago, , University of Berlin, University of Heidelberg, Graduate Scholar, Cornell Uni- versity, Fellow, Cornell University, Member of the American Philosophical Association. South Hadley, lldtzssaeltusetts SAMUEL PERK1Ns HAYES, Ph.D., Professor B.A., Amherst College, B.D., Union Theological Seminary, M.A., Columbia University, Ph.D., Cornell University, Fellow, Clark University, Fellow, Cor- nell University, University of Berlin, Sorbonne, Paris, Cambridge, England, Member of the American Association of Instructors of the Blind, Director of Psychological Research and Visiting Lecturer in the Pennsylvania Institution for the Instruction of the Blind and the Perkins Institution for the Instruction of the Blind, Lecturer in Amherst College, Member of the American Psychological Association, Sigma Xi Society. South Hadley, M1l5IllCllllS6fl.K' JOHN MAR'l'YN WARBEKE, Ph.D., Professor B.A., Princeton University, Ph.D., University of Leipzig, Associate in Science, University of Chicago, Oxford University, England, Instructor, Williams Col- lege, Professor, Amherst College, Hono1'ary Member of New York Browning Society, President, Holyoke League of Arts and Crafts, Member, Ame,-,Can Philosophical Association. South Ilarlley, llflnsmrlluggffg l41l ,fr v M 3, 1, . VP-7 c if I r I we at is .- f .-. . J. 9,5 tr - f S. SARA M. S'l'INCHFIEl.D, Ph.D., Assorinte Professor B.A., University of Pittsburgh, lVI.A., University of Iowa, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Research Assistant Iowa Child VVelfare Research Station, Assistant Editor of Quarterly Journal of Speech Education, Instructor in Summer Session of Pennsylvania State College, Secretary of American Academy of Speech Cor- rection, Pi Lambda Theta. South Hadley, f11IIX.Wll'llll5f'ffS HERBERT IVIORE, M.A., 14ssist11nt Profes.vor A.B., University of Toronto, M.A., Harvard University, Assistant in Social Ethics, Harvard University. 92 Yormoutlz Road, Toronto, Canatla DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Hove WEN'rwoR'rH NAREY, Direttor V Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sargent School of Physical Education, Director of the Durant Gymnasium, Boston, Supervisor of Physical Training, Public Schools, lVIalden. Hotel Bristol, Copley Square, Boston, fklassaclzttsetts LILLIAN LORE'1"1'A KUESTER, Hxxistanl Director, Instrurtor in flflezliml and C0l'f'!'l'fi'll6 Gyn1n11stit'.s'. Savage Institute of Physical Education, New York, School of Pedagogy, New York University, Instructor in Corrective and lVIedical Gymnastics, Bellevue Hospital Float, New York City, Medical Aide, Orthopedic and Surgical Depart- ments, Brooklyn City Hospital Dispensary, Brooklyn, New York, lVIeml1er of the American Posture League, American Physical Education Association. 179 lfergen Street, Brooklyn, New York MERIAN1 LONGLEY SPAULDING, B.A., Instrurtor B.A., Boston University, Boston School of Physical Education, Assistant in Physical Education at Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, Instructor Boston School of Physical Education Professional Camp. 193 Hemfrxteazl Street, New London, Cozineetifztt MARY' HEGPIINIAN, B.S., Instructor B.S., Teachers' College, Columbia University, Teacher of Physical Education, Central High School, Detroit, Michigan. ' 129 Kensinyton fltienue, .lersey City, New .leryey MILDRED S. HOYVARD B.S., Connecticut College for VVomen, Course at Boston School of Physical Edu- cation, Teacher of Physical Education in Ethel Walker School, Simsbury, Conn., National Park Seminary, Forest Glen, lVId., University of Wisconsin, Summer School, University of Colorado. KATE PAGE JACKSON Ania f'- V' 1 , arnaid, Central School of Hygiene and lhysical Education. EL1NoR T. BOND A.B., Connecticut College for VVomen. HZ! T I If I 9 E f l M .JT 'N ' ,',.47+' Q, . g Nrb' AQJ K rn I ,I , I R5 Q J' .3 ,M FW L M, 8 DICPARTMICNT OF PHYSICS ISLIZABIETH REBECCA LAIRD, Ph.D., Professor B.A., University of Toronto, Ph.D., Bryn hfIawr Collegeg D.Sc., fHonD Univer- sity of Toronto, University of Berlin, Cambridge University, University of Chicago, Fellow in Physics, and President's European Fellow, Bryn Mawr 'Col- legeg Holder of the Sarah Berliner Research Fellowship for Womeii, University of Wiirzburgg Honorary Research Fellow, Yale Universityg Fellow of the American Physical Society, and of the American Association for the Advance- ment of Science, Member of the Optical Society of America. South Hadley, fVIassa1'ltusetts MABEI, AUGUSTA CHASE, M.A., Associate Professor B.A., Oberlin Collegeg lVI.A., Cornell University, University of Chicagog Im- perial College for Science, Londong Cambridge University, Instructor in Physics, Wellesley College, Member of the American Physical Society. South Hadley, t7l4IlS81Il'llIlSl'ff.Y EVELYN COLPl'I"l'S Hl5NDERSON, Ph.D., Instr-urtor B. A., Acadia University, Ph.D., Yale University, Assistant in Physics, Yale University, Sigma Xig Nlember of the American Physical Society. New Haven, Connectirltt DOROTHY HEYwoR'rH, M.Sc., Instrurtor B.Sc., First Class Honors in Physics, M.Sc., Iwanchester University, Unive1'sity of Chicago. I9 llloorlatuls Terrace, Burulw, L1llIl'I1XlIl7'F, lfngland LEAH WEI,I.S, B.A., flssisttttlt B.A., Mount Holyoke College. 228 Church Street, Saratoga Springs, New York IDWIGHT AI,LISfJN Buoooooon, Curator and Tet-lznieian Laboratory lVIechanician, Physics Department, Yale University, Instructor Signal Corps Officers' School. lllorgan Road, South Hadley DEPARTMENT OF PH YSIO LOGY AEBY HOWE rIiURNIZR, Ph.D., Professor B.A., Mount Holyoke College, Ph.D., Radcliffe College, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Holeg Graduate Student, University of Pennsylvania, Eliza- beth Bardwell Fellow, University of Chicagog Cornelia M. Clapp Fellow, Fellow of Women's Educational Association of Boston, Harvard Medical Schoolg Harvard School of Public Health, Instructor in Zoology, Wellesley College. Faculty House, South Hadley, .Wlassavhuseftg M. ISABEI. NIEXV'I'ON, B.A., fls-sis-tant B.A., Connecticut College, Harvard hfledical Schoolg Marine Biological Labora- tory, Woods Hole. Northfield, llflassaelzztsetts HEl.EN M. rIiEWINKEI., B.A., Assistant B.A., Oberlin Collegeg Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Holeg Assistant in Zoology, Oberlin College. Cllllfljfljffj' N, Y, MARY M. CLAYTON, A.M., Instructor B.S., Teachers' College, Columbia University, A.M., University of Rochesterg National Research Council Fellow, University of Rochester. i 333 Lexington flee., Rorltester, N. Y. I+3l .-6' 'W ., A" . ' 'f R rs LLA awww ai-A414345313:-Qftiagflhgs V QM Ii? C-.N off:Zg1,3:Qx3f:'.E,,,t.vHiCC-.Zim DEPARTMENT OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES MARY VANCE YOUNG, Ph.D., Professor Ph.D., University of Zurichg Sorbonne, Ecole des Hautes Etudes, College de France, Ecole des Chartesg Oflicier d'Academieg Member of the Dante Society of Americag Member of the Maitres Phonetiquesg Member of the National Insti- tute of Social Sciences, Member of the Dante League of Americag Modern Language Association of America, Member of the International Ido Federationg Association of University Professorsg American Association of Teachers of Italian. South Hadley, Mzzssaclzzlsetts MARY GERTRUDE CUSHING, Ph.D., Professor B.S., Wellesley Collegeg M.A., Wellesley Collegeg Ph.D., Columbia Universityg Student at Paris, Madrid, Columbia University, Instructor Summer Session, Columbia Universityg Member of the Modern Language Association of Americag Phi Beta Kappa, Association of University Professors. South Hadley, Mrrssaclzzzsetts EMMA RIVILLE-PENSCH, flxxoeirzie Professor Emeritus Studied in Switzerland, Paris, Germany, Englandg Ofiicier d'Academie. 4803 Garden Street, Brizlesburg, Pennsylfvrmia HELEN ELIZABETH PATCH., Ph.D., Assisizzzzt Professor B.A., Mount Holyoke College, Ph.D., Bryn Mawr Collegeg Sorbonneg Ecole des Hautes Etudes, College de France, Graduate Scholar in Romance Languages, Fellow in Romance Languages, Bryn Mawr, Mount Holyoke Class of '86 Fel- lowg Associate of Collegiate Alumnae European Fellow, Member of the Modern Language Association of America, Association of University Professors. 83 Grove Street, Bangor, Zllaine IVIARIE- EANNE BoURoo1N flssismnt Pro essor ! B.S., C.F.E.N., C.A.P., Ecole Normale d'Angoulcmeg Professorat de Lettres, Universite de Paris, Bourse d'Etudes en Angleterre CMusee Pedagogiquej. rissit de Mzllzol, Clmrente, Francei SUIANNE DEDIEU, Assistant Professor B.E., B.S., Limoges, Diplome d'Etudes Superieures, Poitiersg Professorat de Lettres, la Sorbonneg Member of the Foyer International des Etudiantes. Chcr1fe.v-Clzatelzzrs, Cluzrente, Frouee KA11-IERINE WELL1No'roN AURYANSEN, Instruetor A.B., Mount Holyoke Collegeg A.M., Radcliffe Collegeg Phi Beta Kappa, Fellow of Institute of International Education, Ecole Normale d'Institutrices, Melun, France. E441 , 'Spd . 5 ' L.-x.f 1 'QW U :Ik '7 i L ' H. ' A as I-At at . lr S 5 w ff. 1. . .-.. 2-.snsyQJf-.saga-,,-xttn,g-limb , sgt -, Sf ,H L .QQQEALL sg3,g1gw:MZ.,w1si.-........ta 5 "" -..:- 'uw u-at 9 J ,,, i n fi ,i M, f-v 'af-w ,---..,.. DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH ISADELLE CAROLINE COUCH, flssociate Professor National School of Oratory and Elocution, Philadelphia, School of Expression, Boston. 182 Hughes Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut NI OCLO MILLER, dssistant Professor B.S., University of Missouri, School of Expression, Boston. 303 West 37th Street, Kansas City, Missoztri Mas. JOSEPHINE E. HOLMES Graduate of Boston School of Expression, and Artistic Diploma conferred for original interpretive workg Graduate of Williams School of Oratory and Ithaca Conservatory of Music, Ithaca, N. Y. 43 Woo1lhr'idge St., South Hadley, Mzlssaclzusetts DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY CORNELIA MARIA CLAPP, Ph.D., Emeritus Professor Mount Holyoke Collegeg Ph.B., Syracuse Universityg Ph.D., University of Chicago, Sc.D., Mount Holyoke College, Trustee of the Marine Biological Laboratory, Weeds Hole, Naples Zoological Stationg Fellow A.A.A.S.g Member of the Society of American Zoologistsg Member of the Association of American Anatomistsg Phi Beta Kappa Society. Moritagite, MH5KOElllIIEfff ANN HAVEN MORGAN Ph.D. Pro essor on the Norman Wait Harris and Emma , , Gale Hzlrris l"oundation B.A., Ph.D., Cornell University, Wellesley College, Member of the Teaching Staff of the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Schuyler Fellow, Cor- nell Universityg University of Chicagog Harvard Universityg Yale University, Assistant in Biology, Instructor in Zoology, Cornell Universityg Fellow A.A. A.S.g Member of the Entomological Society of Americag Member of the Society of Naturalistsg Member of the American Society of Zoologistsg Member of the American Association of Museumsg Member of the Association of Social Hygieneg Member of the International Advisory Board of Eugenicsg Sigma Xi Society. South Hadley, lVIassavhusetts LOUISE BAIRD WALLACE, Ph.D., Sc.D., Professor Chalf timej B.A., Sc.D., Mount Holyoke College, M.A., Ph.D., University of Pennsyl- vania, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Holeg Naples Biological Station, Assistant in Zoology, Smith College, Assistant, Instructor, Associate Professor in Zoology, Mount Holyoke College, Professor of Biology, Dean of the Faculty, Vice-President, Acting President, Constantinople College for Womeng Phi Beta Kappa Society. South Hadley, Mfzssazflzzzseits i45l mr -A, Swag as . ---, S31 . , L"'N--f f , , , PD . , f A . , 1 . V ffm X ' ,, 'sw' ..y 11? Y f 57-1 lx -A ,. Q: by 0 I X' PN' gli .,, - s AMY l1:l.IZABIE'l'H ADAMS, Ph.D., flssofriate l'rnfess-or B.A., Mount Holyoke College, M.A., Columbia University, Ph.D., Yale Uni- versity, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, University of Chicago, Honorary Fellow, Yale University, Acting Dean of Mount Holyoke College, First Semester 1926-27, Fellow A.A.A.S., Member of American Association of Anatomists, Nlember of the American Society of Zoologists, Sigma Xi Society, Phi Beta Kappa Society. 186 Flfaslzington Street, East Stroudsburg, Pennsylfvrmia QHRISTIANNA SMITH, Ph.D., flssoeizlte 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 University, Member American Society of Zoologists, Member of the Teaching Staff of the lVIarine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Fellow A.A.A.S., Member of the Association of American Anatomists, hflember of the Association to Aid Scientific Research by Women, Sigma Xi Society, Phi Kappa Phi Society, Sigma Delta Epsilon, Graduate Women's Scientific Fraternity, Member of American Society of Social Hygiene. 100 Chestnut Street, New Bedford, Ilflassaelzusetts MADEl.EINE PARKER GRANT, M.A., Assistant Professor 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, lVIass., Graduate Study, Harvard Medical School, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Member of the Teaching Staff of the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole. 12 Florizlrz Street, Dorchester, lllrzssavhusetts BERNICE Louise NIACLEAN, B.A., Instruetor B.A., lVIount Holyoke College, Marine Biological Laboratory, Supervisor Biol- ogical Work Birchmere Camp. 647 Cooke Street, plfiIIfl'I'blll'j', Connertirut Aix NA MARY MCDOXX'lELl,, M.A., Instrm-tor B.A., Western College for VVomen, M.A., Mount Holyoke College. 8 Court Srjuare, Cyntlzirum, Kentucky ELIANOR SE'rcHi51.1., B.A., Graduate Fellow ' B.A., Western College for Women. Cuba, lVew Yo,-lg NIIIDRED C. B. PORTER, B.A., Grmlunte Fellow B.A., Elmira College, Teacher of Biology, Lincoln junior High School, James- t0WNi New York. North Rose, New York FI 1 ANOR ALLEN, B.A., Grfzduate Fellow B.A., Brown University, Marine Biological Laboratory. Dalton, lllassaelzusetts LIAH RICHARDS, B.A., Grrzzluate Fellow B.A., Elmira College. 23 Bank Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey U61 .gina-Qtr 23. . , ---army? , as , , ,fr 5 , . , 4 l -.,...:, ' "K -'-4 .jf--W. '-st., c- J. ,- 1'--s. NQD-'g,g,,.:::t2f'w4:.tk'rl-"LW-'p fl-be Library BERTHA Ei,1zA BLAkisi.v, B.A., Libmrimi B.A., Mount Holyoke College, New York State Library Schoolg Librarian, New Jersey State Normal and Model Schools, Trenton, Life-bflember of Amer- ican Library Association, Member of lklassachusetts Library Club and Western Massachusetts Library Club, Phi Beta Kappa Society. South Hadley, flflrzsszzrlztlsetts FRANCES ELIZA HAYNES, B.L., ,J.v.vixtant Librarian B.L., Mount Holyoke College, New York State Library Schoolg Librarian Levi Heywood Memorial Library, Gardner, Massachusetts, Life-Member of American Library Association, Nlember of Massachusetts Library Club and Western Massachusetts Library Clubg Phi Beta Kappa Society. South lladlzly, fl'111.vs111'li11.vetts BERTHA HOR'I'IENSlE GAULT, B.L., Camlogucr B.L., Oberlin College, Cataloguer, Forbes Library, Northampton, Mass.g Life- Member of American Library Association, Member of Massachusetts Library Club and Western Nlassachusetts Library Club. South Iladley, lil4l1.T5!IChll.YL'ffS EMMA Ci-iARl.o'r'r1z LERIMES, B.A., ,4s.vi.vmnt B.A., Mount Holyoke College, Member of Western Massachusetts Library Club. South Hfzdley, Mr1ssr14'l111setts GERTRUDE MAY JUDSON, B.S., Amir-mnt B.S., Simmons Collegeg Member of American Library Association and Western Massachusetts Library Club. -l-7 Gr1m1lStreet, New Britain, Comievticul IQXDELINE R. NVINCHESTER, B.A., xlsxistazzt B.A., Mount Holyoke College. South Ilzzlllry, Mll3'Slll'llll8'I'ffS S. EMILY Sizaizx, B.S., flsxistrmt B.S., Boston University, B.S., Simmons Collegeg Member of American Library Association, Phi Beta Kappa Society. I6 l'l7U0ll.VillK fl"Ul?Illlt', Jrzmnim Plain, fl4!ISSlllTllllS?HS LORNA Howizs SHAW, B.S., Assistant B.S., Simmons College, Assistant, Clark UniVCrSity Library, VVorchester. lflffavrfm-11, tW11.v.w1z'l1l1s1'tts l-P71 ,J "W- we at I .mfg W , ,gif gp. " 1' 1 it mt...,err:,,,g,.1.Qgi5gs,,im'3a,ts. L 1 -2' ,N .vas .ross,3gwwz1,,.,.mm........,,, ...D .--- -W. -W c I rw, If ,., f-.- t...-A Executive Secretaries MARY CUSTIS FOSTER, B.A., Secretary of the Young Wor11e11's Clzristian flssociation B.A., William and Mary Collegeg Phi Beta Kappa, Chi Delta Phig Pi Gamma Mu., Phi Kappa Phi. 603 M6!'I'llI106 Apt., Norfolk, Va. MARY C. HIGLEY, B.A., fllumnrre Secretary I B.A., Mount Holyoke, Instructor in McDuFlie School, Springfield, Mass. Hudson Falls, New York GERTRUDE BRUYN, B.A., Field Secretary B.A., Mount Holyoke College, New York School of Social Work, Columbia University, Supervisor of State Charities Aid Association of Ulster County, New York, Instructor in Department of Economics and Sociology, Mount Holyoke Collegeg Investigator in the Childrenls Bureau of the United States Department of Labor, Personnel Manager of the Bosch Magneto Company. 92 School Street, Sjiringfielzl, Massnclxzlsetts BARBARA CHAPIN, B.A., Assistant to Alunznae Treasurer B.A., Mount Holyoke College. 87 Pineywoozls flfue., Springfield, Massarflzusetts DOROTHY JOHNSON, B.A., dssismnt to the Alunzrme Secretary B.A., Mount Holyoke College. 106 Quaker Lane, West Hartford, Connectirut CHRISTINA McAUsi.AN, Director of the Bookstore and Post-Office South Hadley, Mrlssaclzzlsetts NLIFSSS Miss MARY H. MAIIER, R.N. . . . .. . 170 Elm Street, Holyoke, Massachusetts Miss KATHERINE COURTNEY, R.N. .. .... 27 Ward St., Little Falls, New York MRS. FRANCES WooDwARD .... 59 High St., South Hadley Falls, Mass. l48l A levi' .gn Ag? N4 t..,f"q, , ,...A5y,,+uf:f,S,,:l:5i.:::f., I Q, if gmc C NSD- gs:-usQ:,,..1g.-4 S HOLISGS and House BOLTON, MRS. ANNE W. Mefzfl Hall 235 Newton St. Athol, Mass. BURR, Miss FANNY Cowlex Lodge 15 Vine St., Melrose, lylass. CHURCH, MRS. CHARLOTTE M. .luzlson Hall 107 S. Plain St., Ithaca, N. Y. CRANE, MRS. ELLA H. Morzzztzzizl View 17 Northampton Rd. Amherst, Mass. DUNKLEE, Miss LAURA M. The Sycamore: South Hadley, Mass. DRESSER, MRS. ALICE R. Hillside South Hadley, Mass. FAIRBANKS, MRS. NETTIE B. Byron Smith House South Hadley, Mass. GREGORY, MRS. FLORENCE Faculty House Sidney, Delaware Co., N. Y. GUPPY, MRS. FLORENCE Wilder- Hall 18 Bellevue Avenue, Melrose, Mass. HUBBARD, MRS. MAUDE Kellogg Houxe South Hadley, Mass. E491 superintendents MOWRY, MRS. HARRIE'I' M. Pearxon Hall 28 Beacon St., Fitchburg, Mass. MACOMR, MISS CHARI.O'l"I'IE l"efer.s'on Lodge 173 Cypress St., Providence, R. I. MAHAR, MISS MARY H. Efoerelt House 170 Elm St., Holyoke, Mass. RI-IODEHOUSE, MISS MIELINDA A. Safford Hall Santuit, lvlass. STAPLIZS, MISS SARAH L. Woodbrizlge Mendon, Mass. SMITH, MISS HARRIET No. Roekefeller Hall 28 Greenwich St., Springfield, Mass. SYMONDS, MRS. BESSIE E. Rockefeller Hall East Northfield, Mass. WILRUR, MRS. EVELYN C. Porter Hall Phillips, Maine WHlZEI.ER, MISS HARRIE'l' M. Brigham Hall Norwell, Mass. l ns. 'Mas M, A2 AAALL 1 em, ,, -., , ,ff M y i5 f A , I "EA t I If . A, , M ' A " 'l-Ill 0 .VN -' vi ' . .14 "In A "'- QEEUELEBLa,y.,.Qffm3gpa4mj'.1i3- Q, -. K W AIR.. ,MqsmQ?p.Ig,g,.naYl1L...,...,3 -"3 1 '-. 'YW' 'wt-,1 ry' ' Fw' pi yr s..- ,--,r ' Lf" 4'-'-.,. f if Graduate Students, ICQ27-IQ28 ALLEN, ELEANOR .. DYER, ELIZABETH ..... FISKE, VIRGINIA HEl.EN ..... HERENDEEN, EMMA SANDFORD .. JACKSON, ELLA ALFARE'I"I'A ....... MACLACHl,AN, GER'l'RUDE IQLEANOR NEXVTON, NIARY ISABEL . . CJTTO, LUCY BELLE ...... PORTER, MILDRED CYNTHIA . . RICHARDS, LEAH ........ 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WHITE Trustee 1190 NORTHAMP1'0N AVENUE HOLYOKE, MASSACHUSETTS Miss LOUISA S. STEVENSON Professor of Chemistry 45 PRINCETON STREET LOWELL, MAssAcHUsETTs l53l ! ' .E .r' ff ig' ' ' "Q . ' Nh! 1' 'G -'N '51 A , ' Q J ' .,' x fLJg4Qlm:gxxm+i!K?...l .0 Miss ALZADA COMSTOCK ' Jxsocirlie Profexsor of Ecoizomics and Sociology SOUTH HADLEY, MASSACHUSE'f'fS REV. ROBERT R. WICKS, D.D. Clzaplnin 231 OAK STREET Hor.voKE, MAssAcHUsETTs MR. JOSEPH A. SKINNEP. Trustee SOUTH HADI.EY, MASSACHUSETTS 41 1 V 1 V 1 i Q 1 J 1 bw 1-WEA 1 "R MW . mg?-1 ' K! '-.QI Aa irh.. 1 .. ' :I , A F' V ' ' 1 WW' '7 .",.Jf " 'f ' .pix ' f . ", . 1 W ..--..... ua'fgM'1-"1'x.--ffhlf--nzw-NZF' 1 if , 'QE -AQ.awi'3:..wf1" ,wav MISS MARY ASHBY CHEEK Secretizry of Board of ffdmixxion 299 NOR'l'H THIRD S'rREl2'1' DANVILIAE, K1zN'rUcKv Miss ETHEL BARBARA DIE'l'RICH Associate Professor of Evonomics - and Sociology SOUTH HADI.EY, MASSACHUSE'1"fS ' E551 i 1 1 NNW L.. V ? H A 41 - . --N ' '- -' "ws21a. xN'i""Z""a J, I' wa 'N' -v "1 1.'--- lvlemloers of the Class of 1928 ALICE AMELIA ABBEY 101 Norwalk Avenue Buffalo, New York Alice is possessed of powers too marvel- ous for this world. She can wind her legs around her neck, and bend her toes in the wrong direction. In fact, she studies with her head balanced between her knees. Be- sides these purely physical accomplishments, she gives periodic spiritualistic seances. With lights turned low, she not only divines the question in your mind, but also the an- swer, whether pertaining to your next let- ter, or to your decease. flflajorz Economics Mirror: MllfllEllIHfiC.Y ELIZABETH NOEL ADAMS 115 Everet Street New Haven, Connecticut "No keener hunter after glory breathes." fllajor: Economics CHonor Workj Mino1': English Literature FLORENCE E. ADAMS 1660 Foulkrod Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania We haven't managed to rake up much scandal about Florence. She never pub- lishes her secret thoughts, and apparently her past is spotless--aside from the time she spilled the peas. Perhaps she has no leisure for misdeedsg people who cram a major into the last minute or two of a college career are rather more than busy. lllajor: Zoology Illinorz Religion I56l ri O O I lf K 5, , " w -' .4w9'.,, ., l. A ' I-f7HN14v..7V6ivi:T5 Tl'-. , ' , -53... z ' if iff' ,...- -'-- .M-r M., -.0-0, fa- I .sq -'bin 'Y'l'z'J7' Wiittnw K" xi li Il A 5' N'--A, 'ffm f KW., N -ff " in Q J, ' 1 li C '0 RUTH ELIZABETH AHRICNDS Fort Beming, Ga. Ruth has favored Mount Holyoke with a longer residence than is customary for an army girl to bestow upon any one place. When even an army can't drag a person away, Holyoke must he coming along in the world! flflnjorz Zoology Wliuor: .-lrl HARRIET ALLliN Kenwood Oneida, N. Y. If it's something you'd like done, Harry's there. If you're planning for some fun, Harry's there. Is it a matter of debate? Or some funds to reinstate? Or some sorrows to abate? She's right there! lllajor: Economics zllinorz lilixrory JANE ALLEN 2010 Longfellow Blvd. St. Louis, Mo. Jane conducts a Freshman Discussion group, heads the Vocational Committee, advises a Sophomore house and acts as a Reception committee for: 1. Flowers 2. Candy 3. Olives She adores spinach too, but they never send that through the mail. And Jane- everybody likes herl Ilflajorz Religion CHonor Workj Ilflinor: E1'ollonli1'.r I57 I IA -55: A " N, 'fx 4w47' vm, N K.. W., I Ng, 5. m a . ,I ,Yu J' WY? 5 li, :. . x ., gan'--47l32'ivAQ . 9 i . fu ' ., Milf ff?-t::.i?ii'r's2l,,w1fi5l 5 , ---' .Mg ws 'wa' C ,V EN: W, fn' S. MARY ELIZABETH AMBLIQR Florence, Alabama "VVe are advertised by our loving friemlsn. illnjors lfrozzolnirs flfliuor: Engliylz Literature DORIS BURNIQT ANDREVVS 266 West Rock Avenue New Haven, Conn. XVhat better purposes in life than these -to work and to love? fllajor: Et'0Il0lIIil'S fVIi1mr: English Lilerature KAROLYN HIRSCH ARNSON 615 Buffalo Ave. Niagra Falls, N. Y. lirilliantly striped coat CHD Psychology . , . .advertising. . . .lots of male and mail ...."Remembering his hair-the blue of his eye" .... a few little Karolynian dashes. Jllajor: Hryrlzology flliuorz English U3 I wx Q . l l v f L' Q , l i , fy l ,l I ,l A 7' ,i I . . I V'l.v I x., - rf . .., A "ii" . V aff' 'xi 5,5 Ami ,v at , -9 1-"i -. 2, , -at ,.:ef II ,III 14 A .y l' lr! x ' l ei E- f7fQqq iq Q all ss ii . P., 'ri b .. SARAH ELIZABETH ARNY 135 VVatchung Avenue Upper Montclair, New Jersey Sally-from top to toe a quaint paradox of rullles and hockey sticks. Mzzjorz Boiany fllinorz llislory JEANNICTTE E. BADGLICR 1029 South Main Street Findlay, Ohio Rose upon a blue and silver screen, Candlelight in a quiet, long, deep room. Old silver gleaming in a fading light, So many moods-and more-is jan. fllajor: Zoology fllinorz EL'flIIOIlIlL'5 JICNIILY NVHITIQ BALDWIN Troy Hills, New Jersey Favorite bon mot :-"Wonclerful!" If you ever are beset with a bad case of blues, this cheery psychologist's "You're wonderfull" will soon put you on your feet. The funny part about it is--she can be so honestly convincing! lllajor: Psychology Illinorz English Literature l59J l I "Y-. ggiygdf rv AAL-I KL'4.'w- I L., 3 tw fy K 1 I' N N 'G . W2 'yn 1 2, A A X I :ff W , 3,5 e. et few 1 LOUISE E. BALDWIN +8 Boyd St. Newton, Mass. Little but mighty-a fair and living sample of good goods in a small package. To each her failing, however, and Louise will pun, any time, any where, any how. fllnjort lfnglish Jllinor: English Literature MARY ELLEN BALLARD 35 Highland Ave. Greenfield, Mass. lllary, Mary quite contrary, Don't you feel fne to-day? VVith Rocky all quiet And rats on their diet And Glee Club so tuneful and gay! fllajor: Physiology Mirror: Chemistry FRANCES KIZER BARBE Welch, West Virginia Gordon A Gordon B Gordon C Gordon J and Gordon Gin. lllnjur: Ernnonziav lllinorz English Literature l60l n., r MIWE' . 5 . Y 1 'QV n. ill' . if I .7 ' ' - ., we ' I A ' I U If NYY. s.g?A x I XX If Nt .:. ,- if- ,rf 4- . wg . , W,,,,,,,1'm.4,Qgzgyms-ii,ygg.,7.,:gg, V I 11- F cu. at fl New r YL ui..--9 ---- -.gi W- '-Q,-.1 - V r MARTHA MATI LDA BAR N ETT 42 Chapel St. Kingston, N. Y. "On account of" she hasn't more than 70 I. Q. she always "observes" schools on wet days and holidays. And if everything goes well all day today something just must go wrong tomorrow. Isn't life sad? Mf1jor:Hisforyf fllinor: Elf0ll0llliL'.Y ELSA BARNOUW 39 Claremont Ave. New York, N. Y. g There once lived in Brigham a young girl we knew Who had so many things she wanted to do That whenever she thought it was time to begin, She couldn't because of the state she was in. Jllnjor: Frwzrlz Wlinor: Bible RUTH BARRY . 156 Stratford St. West Roxbury, Mass. "Flashing eyes, an' how they roll, A disposition like a sugar-bowl". And speaking of sugar-bowls, "How would you like your tea?" Picture Barry in Heaven serving tea to Amy Lowell, and organizing the Boston Club Cone summer at Falmouth required for full member- shipj. fllajor: English LifPl'IlfllfK fkffnort Englislz 1611 f s J A-vt. . W Wlta vg -1 . , ,Rx 'pf , 1 wr JZ .i lv - ,,..,L . ' I . H 1. n f hw- A I V IIA N- 'WA 'W - I . -Q my .s, 1 A ....,.m. ,,.,g3'f5i',. . ev ' , K A .fan aff,.,a3Qf,5,lg,,,,,.1:f....,...,.,o , M -.,, Q f- Y, I. ,,, .-.,-4f.,..-sf A-M ELIZABETH KNIGHT BARSS Loomis Institute, Windsor, Connecticut Once a princess, always a princess. lllll1j0l'Z English lllinur: English Literature MARY DEXTER BATES 117 Amity Street Brooklyn, New York "Bates" Cin a stentorian voicej looks like a naughty choir boy, comes from Brooklyn, and knows exactly what she thinks about literature and art. fllajor: English Literature Zllinorz Art ,IAN ET BATTEY 605 Walnut Lane, Haverford, Pennsylvania Interested and interesting, I Witli a singular capacity for enjoying life. fllrzjorz Latin Ilflinorz English Literature E621 . 'Vim -' s4'fQ.g,--51': wg- ":"'N-A-fill'-5l71"xi3 H 'MW' I, A Lit. -Ap 4 :Fi - 'i ' fa ye I . 'QV N I-Hui m ia M it -I II I 1, ' s ' In 7 Q I Q N Q fm 1 fa: iff yi MARY KATHERINE BECKER 3809 Mayfield Rd. Cleveland Heights, Ohio "Oh I should like to ride the sea, A roaring buccaneerg A Cutlass banging at my knees. A dirk behind my ear. But I am doing all the things That little ladies will". fllajor: English Literature Mi11r1r': Hixrory EVELYN IVA BEST 722 Brookwood Rd. Hunting Ridge, Baltimore, Md. There was a young lady named Best Who entered discussions with zest She never retreated From arguments heated Till her victims were mute!-Cself con- fessedj. dlajor: History QIJUHOI' Work? Mifzo1': Economics ESTHER GARRETT BENSON 404 Western Ave. b Albany, N. Y. Esther, the calm, has been Esther the Hurried only once in her college career. Has she forgotten the loss of an intimate article of clothing in front of Peterson Lodge? What happened? We hear that, like Lucy Lockett, she put them in her pocket. flflajorz Art fllinorz History I6 31 gi Uma I A-N .f-"w . Ki.---.,,, .V 4!"Tr K, :,..r N235 i N dig ,Luv H ,J " 'W I ' ,I I w, D he ie. A ' I Kl"'EiQ'.f": 1'1" 7 M M? Q I v . C..., ff35L,1's1:2Y:-.,:3.,t-q.....2:.:0 l 4 ELIZABETH WILSON BIANCHI 217 78th Sr. Brooklyn, N. Y. On the truck that is used for trunks She trundled her friends through the hall It was lovely except for the delicate bumps And the consequent racketing brawl. Then the Faculty opened her door. She glared, and we shrivelled and died, But Bianchi just smiled like an innocent child, And invited the lady to ride! Zllrzjorz English U-Ionor llforlzl Jllinor: Psyrlwlogy RUTH BISHOP 1050 Park Ave. Schenectady, N. Y. If you want somebody to do you a favor, just ask Rufus. She is a very busy mortal like the rest of us, but she always finds time to lend a hand. Even her closet is obliging, accomodating caps and gowns for those rushing Pearsons Seniors. fldfajorz English fllinor: Geology SHIRLEY LOUISE BLANCHARD 25 Evans Road Brookline, Mass. ' Shirley danced away on the wind, Away on the wind danced she. "O lVIr. Malone Of all that you own Have you one beer bottle for me? One beer bottle to make up a lamp, A lamp for our home by the sea." Zllrzjor: Pllysiology Mi11or': Clzemistry i64l - , -. .. -x :MUS ltgtxdililz 1...-"'1' ' 'iw ',-. , 'L"'x.1 ii ik, if i . iq, A -W .L ll A I E. 2, - . ,f I,I, -V aw. r 12 Q .W -as rmafi 5 J, ,- E- 11 Jiw -.3 BETH BLANKFIELD 76 St. James St. Kingston, N. Y. Beth has been called "dear child" by a certain member of the Ec. department, but we wonder if "Auntie B" would agree with her. Even so, Beth has a natural bent for social work. Already she has started re- forming righteous young men, and as for her social discourses-"The cat walked back and forth across the street 13 times." Here, kitty, kitty, kitty! rllajor: Evonomicx Mizlffrz English Literature LAURA BLAYN EY 5009 Walnut St. Philadelphia, Pa. D. U., Beta, Psi U, Deke. When Laura starts to roll her eyes They all begin to seek A date with her, for every night Th:re is within the week. Jllzrjorz English Mirror: English Literature RUTH E. BLECKWELL 214 East Sedgwick St. Mount Airy, Philadelphia, Pa. An ever present dignity and composure hide the fact that Ruth is a joke compiler. In the cover of her calm exterior she lies in ambush waiting to pounce on any stray. Having captured one, she sends it to her brother. Mlljllfl Reliyion U-Ionor Pforkj Millar: Plzilosoplzy l65l V , ,yrapuliliiigy . ' , ix Y mf ' ' -8 5 ifh . W . , I S-X X ,. A W, x it 3 1 ,Q f'-f'2f MERLE BLOUNT Littleton, New Hampshire Lady, dear lady, where have you been? I've been to Paris to skate on the Seine Lady, dear lady, did you get something there? V Ah cruel! Don't you notice that Parisian air? flflajor: l'll'6'lll'1l CPIOIIOI' W'orkl Jllinorz English MARJORIE ISABEL BLYTH 2109 Calumet Ave. Toledo, Ohio Miss Dietrich, in Soc'y Class: "Doesn't anyone know who Irving Fisher is? You ought to, Miss Blyth, he's at Yale!" lllajor: fir! lllinorz English Literature HELEN ADRA BONSER 56 Fisher Ave. Newton Highlands, Mass. l!iH'iciency: the EC. department's valued assistant. Poise: the model for Emily Post. fllajor: El'UlI0ll1iCS' fflouor Workl Mirlorz 'History E661 .,x- i i .N 'Wu ' vv"'1lH" 'Un '2- sY.'fTfQ"' " l"95-f.t?ft--iii Ng., 1 A. FREDERICA BOTSFORD Gainesville, N. Y. Nlail Indoor shooting fCharitahle purposes onlyj Collecting campus dirt for Judicial Collecting the latest dirt from Pittsburgh Which brings us Back to Male llglajor: Religion fHonor Pforkj lllinor: English Llll'f!lflll'F BETTY BRAND 74 Bainbridge Rd. West Hartford, Conn. VVhere indifference is no index Nor scorn for the low I. Q.. . .. Nor positive "ares" and "aren'ts" .... Quite true- hut then what is? lllajorz History fHonor Workj Mi11r1r': English Literafurr' KATHARINIS C. BRANHAM - 2827 15th St., N. W. Washington, D. C. V XVe nominate Kitty as foremost compet- itor in the Contest of Wills. This candi- clatemay be recognized by her unique use of the phrase "All right". Example: You: "For once I've had enough to eat." Kitty: "All right!" lllajor: English lllinor: Sfmnixh I67l vt irlfrgr.-vt-. Y ill ,gh , Q Se 1 i X' 'mga' .Q .t if .M ' ,A , A rg V x 13.1 xg ,554 ti' F -N "5 r ""-1 . - I , .., N , .wi , 'th Kjlwgglgwfa EQ.,---Q-1.,?,wf . , , 59 ' Gd A-'V 34 Eg 5.11 .3 .i . fi I A J. V Mfrs s l 'X ii ic. l HW .e 1' Q it O Le 'P' 1 RUTH BREARLEY Hopewell, New Jersey Her handwriting may be "professionally" illegible, but it reads: Responsible Unassuming Tactful Humorous fllajorz Latin Miz1o1': English Literature DOROTHY BURNHAM BREWER 98 Woodside Avenue Waterbury, Connecticut Dot simply thrives in an artistic atmos- phere. That's why she haunts the Art Libe so steadily, with occasional trips to Glessie's for a change of scenery. She keeps sta- tues up in her room, too. But even her aesthetic taste is not above dinner parties and movies with the bunch. M11jor': dr! Mi11o1': Latin EUNICE DENNISON BROWN 301 Valley Road Montclair, New Jersey "The Lass with the Delicate Air". Ilfajorz Psyrlzology Millar: English E681 '5- mv , A wt F' , I Q. 'V ,, - . as Win V 2 b Q if ' .N , H 3- I , , .. . 1 - A ' WA l . f' L Bly ki' x 53 ' l L lil-'flifxfqti V-Nfl? wi, N -'-- -.,p."swf- N., Q fn' "' -. N, ',JL,:-U--tip..-lil-'H , g GLADYS M. BROWNELL 442 Parkway Drive Erie, Pa. "I love my solitude." Some day, Gladys plans to Hee this hurly- burly world-but then, we wonder, on what will she exercise her critical powers. llllljflfl English Millar: English Literature MARY TOWER BUFFUM Ondawa Farm Shushan, N. Y. Happy-go-lucky Buffie Seems never to have any cares But when an important task's at hand Efflciency rules her affairs. Mllj0fI History lllilzor: fir! JULIA BULGER f Oradell, N. J. Weel Bells, Fire bells, Shimmy shakes, Bad breaks, Whoops, deariel Judy is developing her personality. llflajorz English Literature llflinor: Religion l69l pq, 1 , L, at mv K, E I' g"' x I fig , rf. I I i Q l' zz, ,I ,Fel , A V WEZA C I 53A Q I 1 L '1- fl' I -N 'iff U-few-"1"' FRANCES LINNETTE BULLEN 25 Highland Road West Somerville, Massachusetts Fay, the Miracle Worker:- "Yes, I may as well admit it. I intend to revolutionize High School Latin-make it interesting and lively, but not a snap. I detest snap courses!"-brings the dead to life. lllajor: Latin Jllinorz History NINA CATHERINE BURDICK 1817 Allendale Avenue East Cleveland, Ohio Kay knows a good thing when she sees it-so she stayed out of school for a year to join the class of 1928. Needless to say, she was a welcome addition. lllnjorz M1If1lE7lIHfiC5 Mitzorz Economics JANET COMBS BUSH 26 Maple Avenue East Orange, New Jersey Why don't they have private telephones in colleges? I M11jo1': Psychology Jllinorz Economics 70'I '-1 A m-'ff7" ' mmm Q 'A...N, H - . w tu N, . V .mln L A K v KWA X I :A X Q' 2 " ' ' 4... .akin ,G . l I ll ELLYS THEODORA BUTLER 186 Crescent Avenue Leonia, N. J. Little lVIiss Ellys Sat on a Trellis And said, "O see the fungi! Let's fry them in butter and have them for supper And who cares if we die." MIIj0fI Botany flflinort Zoology MARGARET LOUISE BUTLER 365 Maple Ave. Danville, Kentucky Three goldfish Swimming in a bowl. A dozen roses and a heap of ruffly pillows. Thus Michael spends her days- A rebellious Vesta fashioning her own hearth In the midst of intellectuality. Illajorz English Literature Mirror: Astronomy HELEN CHRISTINE CAMERON Port Deposit, Maryland Chris is a Latin major. She spends many hours with Cicero, Horace, Terence, Plan- tus and the rest of them. But these are by no means the only gentlemen with whom she amuses herself. Jllajor: Latin fllinor: Englixli Literature l7ll I M-M L.- rflx r J .nz v f 2 '41 . '5ll 'L .fi EV! , i x.-f... ME 6 w g, fu . ' 1---4' . ,,2,vii fl lim' I I A , V M3925 5 U EEK :. f ,A .,...Z7iWravli ' , 2 li ' n E "tif 3191555 ,iiM57"!""""'-G h "" -..1. M 'mv C J " 55" 3 wp ""v H--"' 1.'4'-'- ! . I 1 ANNE TAYLOR CAREY Kennett Square, Pennsylvania Our Lady lnscrutable. We suspect that there is an Anne the Second hidden within Anne the First-but nobody really knows about these things. ll'lajor: Ecozmznirs Mir1o1': Fremrlz EVA ELIZABETH CARR 49 Center Street, Concord, New Hampshire E-Hicient V-ariable A-ffectionate Illajor: History Jllinor: Larin EDITH CLARK 97 Lakeview Avenue Cambridge, lllassachusetts lnterests manifold,- Capacities ditto. One wishes one had half her brains It would help quite a bit-oh! There's one thing about Bunny, She believes that lettuce is the world's most salubrious food. Jllfljorz Hisiory CHonor PVorl-D fllinorz English 721 AM?-Q glffifmi? Sd , ' l""x. 'gal P-,V .5598 UNT- v Mi. ' f i .il 6 . fg V' kj A VA X 'QA LQ, h-.ff . "'W:i'f . APQWE, " . --v ' " ' E . f . arf, , r.. MQ ,... '-.ig Q si n- -1. C..., flEj?ifg,J.w!.Qlfv.,g5:.wNmp JEAN HOLMES COOK 324 Walnut Ave. Fairmont, W. Va. "The cool shade of aristocracy." fllajor: Art Minor: English Lif0fIlfIII't? THEODORA lVIORRlS COPIC Dimock, Pa. Teddy, the romantic comedian! A failing for romance and a feeling for humor sounds like a felicitous mixture and is-in Teddy. Jllrljorz Geology Mizzrfrz Englislz Liferflturr' ' 15i,1zA1sE'1'H cos'1'1-:R 445 Lawn Ridge Rd. Orange, N. J. Order is heaven's first law-- meet the high priestess. flffajor: fir! flliuorz History , mi , ht, ' ew W flew, , ---. 41 , tr Gi , 'iw , A I . , A ,Y-Eli . -t sw f I A 2529 x l jill ,, E V , t fb.: ' J ,igJ+342gf,t9533.,.,..1ar.. 0 HARRIET BELCHER COTTLE 115 High Street Bristol, Conn. "YVe know that she is gentle, being great." fl-Iajor: Hisfory fHonor lflforkl fllinor: Matlzelzznlics FRANCES JOSEPHINE COXE 30 Oakland Ave. Uniontown, Pa. The figure-head of a full-sailed schooner reaching the high seas for life and adven- ture. fhlnjorz Economics lllinor: Psychology ALICE MARIE COYNE 730 Pine St. Manchester, N. H. A bsent minded L ovnble l nteresting C arefree IC lfln fllajor: English Literature fllinor: English l7+I A en. Y I 1-, l 1 . r V p . V A 5 Q. Q 5, I E A R , v A' : l rl ,gl 5 A 5 2 1 tg: li, al fi -2 'l wi 'C fl 41 Ll .4 .dW 4 If M 4 , g""x.v -.X Y 4 if iii- " A li h H Q M , at ia tv MARGARET CRISTADORO 29 Amherst Avenue Jamaica, New York 'Tis hard to subdue that volatile Italian temperament even with the dignity of "Honor Work"-it breaks out now and again in pure Cristadoronian jazz. fllajor: Hisfory Qlrlonor Wfnrkl Mirror: Music MABELLE CROCKETT 58 Kenneth Street West Roxbury, Massachusetts She wanders in her day dreams and smiles, and smiles, and smiles. Major: Physics Mir1or: .Mathenzatics DOROTHY CROY 210 Morris Avenue P Buffalo, New York "And she shall have friends wherever she goes." A strongly efficient house chairman, Dottie lectures the floors by turn till they tremble and shake. But in spite of the ter- ror thus inspired, Pearson's motto seems to be: "When in doubt, seek Dorothy!" Mzzjorz Eronomiav MiIIOI'iIAff I7l -.. t x. I A R.. , , ' N l 'i A' " fi . .M '1-fm . af. ' ' ' W ' ': ,ff 1: I ,...... DOROTHY MARY CUIWMINGS 12 Village Street VVehster, Massachusetts lt takes more than a horse with a sudden attack of indigestion CCharlie, the village dohhin, being susceptible to these thingsl to make Dot walk home. fl Illj0l'I I'li.v!fn'y fllinor: Ecouolnicfx IJOROT H Y li LIZAB ETH DAVIS 1638 Turner Street Allentown, Pennsylvania An S. li. P., an L. H. J., and now Pretzels and ale. If quiet hours allow- A vic hesidc me playing jazzy tunes. Ah! All we need's a Par-a-dise, I vowl Ilfnjurz fllIlflIl'lIllIfilTS fllinor: Englixlz Lilerzzture MARJORIIC DAVIS 306 Berkeley Rd. Merion, Pennsylvania NVhether it is a question of brawn, elli- ciency methods, the scientific mind, surplus energy or food consumption, Marge is an unconscious testimonial for the success of the Feminist Movement. fllajor: fllaflzenmlizfs flflinorz Economics i761 :if-A s Vw n.. ,Wy-t7"l' if -'I..,,MZ, . 1 . lv- Z 'nm' ju it , . A . I i fa al .4 5 x C :RQFXI all Qin-43 s.,,i 'ww oy j yy, F Y. MAUD AILEEN DAVIS 10+ State Sr. Seneca Falls, N. Y. One of these little people who come so slowly and demurely down the aisle in Chapel. She's so mild that one wonders if she will ever flunk anybody when she teaches school. But Latin has a fortifying effect on the disposition, and anyway a person who gets down to breakfast so early every morning must be equal to almost anything. Mzzjorz Lnlin Illinorz M11tlzf111r1fiz'.v ICDNA VOORHEES DAWSON 127 Passaic Ave., Passaic, N. J. Edna considers frequent standing on he1' head, exercising her "vital capacity" at Glee Club-or elsewhere--and collecting bed-time stories plus four years at P. and S. Medical adequate preparation for her pass- port to Arabia. Heaven help Arabia! M11jor': Religion Illifzorr Cl10llIi.5'fl'j' CATHERINE JEANNE DISLAN ISYS 6-l Waldo St. Holyoke, Mass. Cay radiates "Wim, wigor and witality". She is peppy and cheerful and always says "sure" to a "Help me out" plea. And furthermore, "Glessie's" establishment at- tributes its unusually prosperity in the last four years to Cay's daily assistance. lllrzjor: Frenrlz' fllinor: Spanish I7 71 , 2' . Wa, 539--5L'f1h'R'?f' ew W miffm '-15-fa... l I "-1 1, 1 M, f XX- I A ,. it M s l i Q - -af. an , W' .ug ixgq5v'h:w41aKL...::.Z0 1 's' " 4 SUSAN DELANO 22 Greene Avenue Amityville, New York Shy, wee, Susan is so modest a violet, we must let you in on one: She's helping a member of the faculty write a book, and her name is to be on the flyleafl Can you tie that? Majrnrz Bible Ulonor Work, .Mirzorz German ESTHER DEWEY 44 Alban Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Alas-Senior choir mourned her loss in vain. She was too busy Sunday evenings. Mr1jor': Zoology Mirzorz English Literature ELIZABETH DURLER DEYOE Niskayuna, New York "Betty's away. How quiet it seems around here!" Says a neighbor. No, she's not exactly noisy, but a pretty good talker. And cheerfulness is her middle name. We have to hand it to a girl who can keep her good nature, even when she has tonsilitis or is letting her hair grow! M11jo1': Latin Mizzorz French 1181 l 3 l 4 1 l 3 v 1 S 2 I 1: i l 1 l 1 l sz l l 1 A J 1 v I 1 an 4' avg-rss, v I , ' . 1 . 'lu ' , l x 1 xc hYu.4iJB.i,"QQ:i"1w1!- Q' fry It at '+I iv iff' ' "M 3'--of Nav" 12"-. n. .1. . 2 i' C. x ..., , -'4, .N-V .fs '-.M '- , A . yr.. Y, DOROTHY ISABEL DIXON Hall, New York Leading the unhurried life-slipping quietly in and out of week-ends, she yet finds time to express herself in a super-col- legiate way, whether by the pen or the strings of a harp. Hlfzjorz English CHOIIOT Workj Mirror: lllusir: ELEANOR MAUDE DIXON 10 S. 14th Ave. Blount Vernon, N. Y. The girl who took Comparative Ana- tomy for fun. Can this be the explanation of the all night sit-ups? fllr1jor:Economics fllinor: Psyclmlogy ALICE ADELIA DOUGAN 940 Maple Place St. Louis, Mo. A. D. made an undying reputation when she calmly informed us that she loved anaemic men. Speaking of optimism! And her faith in railroad officials is unboundingg never would she he so pessimistic as to al- low more than ten minutes for connections at Christmas. Never say that a situation isn't funny until you hear A. D.'s version of itl 17llfIj0I'Z Psychology Minor: Economics ' 179 Q., A-'E' new gem I ' ,Q Q... sa . . X. 'Mala , LLA I I 1 mil I Vfgygjj-vj:L251'ffIS7' C , ' ., ' Nils- RZ.'LLLILIVS'-C.Q,,tHiT-'-""-3, xi N ww xy' H, N., fn -1...---r L--. JEAN WALLACE DREWES 72 Beach Avenue lNIamaroneck, New York A French major from Brown is teaching her the language of Romance. illajor: History illinorz Religion ANNE ELIZABETH ELLIOTT 112 West Passaic Avenue Rutherford, New Jersey A wood,-timid deer,-deep blue violets made sweeter for the searching in the grass. fllnjor: English Literalure fllizmr: Economics CATHERINE WITMER EMIG 5 Elmdorf Drive Scarsdale, New York "Travel, trouble, music, art, A kiss, a frock ,a rhyme, I never said they feed my heart, But still they pass the time." ilflajorz English Literature Millar: English E801 ,-07 lf? W xii' LN ri . M , '- .:l.E!BYL1-'fi'f,3'llli+ 5 '3l1- 15' alia? wif, " mf '--- -.iw-'Lf7l""-..2,, Q J M l GERTRUDE EVANS 432 West Seventh Street Erie, Pennsylvania Gertie does honor work in Zoo, hakes a L eese sou 6 W ic a e no, 1 ents 'h ffl h h fll th t att l Senior gym, leads a Freshmen discussion V ' . s 0 . 2 la Vofue and sin fs grou 1, create fr cks '1 5, g, in choir, but does not consider herself ac- complished---which perhaps is the supre- mest virtue. MlIj0?'Z Zoology Qflrmor Wo1'l'D A Illinor: History JOSEPHINIQ EVANS 6451 Grand Vista Ave. Cincinnati, Ohio Jo in the counting house A-countin' up the money .... Little Jo without a smile Now vvouldn't that he funny? zllrzjorz English Literature Mirror: EC0lI07l1il'3 MARY E. FAIRWEATHER ' 16 Bayley Ave. Yonkers, N. Y. You don't know Why you like her- You are only sure you do- But joy makers are blessed Which may explain the thing to you. fllajor: Economies fSocioIogyD Millar: Englislz Literature l81l . : Il M' 3... af' E19 . ,ffm vm ,I gN15g1r!...l:i20 .47"2 'ww "7vg4.t.,. I 1--H-1 ' ' ifz, ' sg!" A QA y 'S Q A WY ' ii, . , 14 ,X i. 5 0' Maw, 4 , . MILDRED GERTRUDE FISCHER 603 Massachusetts Avenue Lexington, Massachusetts LOST or STOLEN or STRAYED!- Mimi Fisch. Dear little Mimi Fisch Seems to have been mislaid Last seen ' Wandering vaguely Quite of her own accord What'll we do when we are blue? We offer a large reward. flflajorz Psyrhology Mifiorz English Literature EDITH NOBLE FITTON 489 Prospect Avenue Hartford, Connecticut Edith, the practical, the eflicient, has failed in attaining her end only once: The scene: Bide-a-Wee. The occasion: Edith attempting to de- vour thirty-two Waffles for the S10 prize. The result: Eleven gone, twenty-one on the plate. Bide-a-Wee still possessing the 3310. Major: Economics Mino1': Psychology BEATRICE SPRAGUE FOX 445 High Street ' Bethlehem, Pennsylvania A child prodigy, that's a fact. Entered Holyoke aged sixteen, With two baby-teeth still intact A mind with wondrous learning packed A child prodigy, that's a fact. lllnjor: Chenlixtry Mirzorz History E321 mg fm "D K--Q .Ni 'hm gh .. -is if .. - I 'I I A .p ' s l A N fl v , "xgg.'Q ,willy . wg ' wel- "fs ---- :Exif--a.wE':E f' if ,ii rn. 'U N 'Q it I ELIZABETH FREEMAN Blairstown, N. She ridesg she delves into fields archaeo- logicalg she digests the laws of international affairs. Aha! We have it! Thru Europe she'll ride, seeking where she shall dig up remains and fame. Should questions arise, Bess with those notes on international law will be able to cope with any emergency. JilylIj0l'I flrchaealogy Mi11or': l'li.vtory THORA WINNIFRED FREEMAN 193 N. Pleasant St. Holyoke, Mass. Life's a series of games, and Teddy plays them all. Not even the Perils of Passion can phase her. She's lost her belief in signs, but as for Santa Claus, he's the nuts Qfrom soup J . fllajor: Latin Mirror: Greek HANNAH DUSTIN FRENCH Rutland, Massachusetts Probably the only living person to con- sume silver polish fwhen subtly profferedj. fllajor: Latin Illinor: English Literature IIS A - ... ,. We x :Nw-" ,' WMWM J '-. gi ' ull: 3 xi Mft?" I 1 ' ,fri xx M I slslfa I gf., ,- xg. A x A .-,ff X 4 ,. b-lgy :wiki V f . n ,,-. , .cv -. V, M gny5gia,if5,yV,5.ggg. h .mi 5ggfI1uy.igE,,,,..f3t4'r.....,..,,.A , -W.. -ea., Q J ,rl pw .,,,, f-.1 rw..--. A-....w " ' rn- S RIARION FULLER Suffleld, Conn. Shall we say that lVIarion made a con- quest, when a certain music teacher said to her, "I wish I had your hands."? l fllajor: Economies Mi11o1': Mzzsic DOROTHY GARDNER 108 Main St. Nantucket, Mass. "Full speed ahead" in Volley ball- An authority on the staging of Roman banquets- Prohcient in the gentle art of falling down. fllajor: Latin fHonor Workl Illinorz Ronfanre Language ICLIZAIiE'1'H AN N ETTE GARDNER 74 North Ave. Canandaigua, N. Y. ' To be a good listener is a rare virtue among mortals. Illnjor: Englislz Literature Illinorz Clzemistry and Physics I S41 'hw 4 : R..-V ul em' 'H+' Q A V X J. A A A ttm'A i l ,cm .Qi N .QI.7l'X!a4,"'a1-Qt? wifi. dm-LL iq 4 if ' i win ' 'Q-'-'-.E,"'+CW. "--.,,.,, Q ,elf "' HARRIET MITCHELL GAY 67 Wiliter Street Norwood, Massaeliusetts Gay maintains a discreet silence until she has something to say, then "Gay"-ety results. Mr1jof': Zoology Il4iuor: Physirs ETHEL GEGENHEIMER 73 North Grand Avenue Baldwin, Long Island, New York Milady Quicksilver! Charming child, spoiled infant, experienced woman of the world. There she criticizesg there she dreams-always presenting a puzzle to her friends for which there is no solution. M'11jo1': English Millar: English Literamre MAUD GILBERT 244 Speedwell Avenue , Morristown, New Jersey "Be Nonchalantf' fllajor: English flflinor: Economics E851 ' -ax, - wwf W ,t,..if-Wm-gzm I . Ag i i. -f' ' ,T p I K.-N 1 Q... ,gf Gr ' ' - 74,2 " h an Es ' 2, A V RYA X l iii. ::-J Q., . ' ii' fi H mf?ri..M'm1ff:1a I.86l VIRGINIA BROOKS GILBERT 2867 May St. Cincinnati, Ohio "Education is a noble science", says Gin- ny, and worth the eagerness with which she pursues it. fl4ajor: Zoology Jllinorz Education DOROTHY BEATRICE GLEASON 61 Glenwood Avenue East Orange N. J. Deep blue eyes and a disposition to match- Sunny, friendly, helpful always. illajor: English Literature fllinor: Romance Languages ELIZABETH FITCH GOODE 632 Belmont Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio The only girl we know, who without any rush or hurry can start five minutes late and get there half a minute early. fllajor: Englislz C1-Ionor Workl fllinor: ffisiory 'Z ,gi l 'fa '- ' -Qflliibte 'i nivnlirwaxdb isllkr i -, K' l L fl W L 1 'Y' " JMw'r' flag' i by if 1 N' ey "' 5 a n V I l X I I A M K g I A Y ,gf 'ff 4 df 1 PHEBE TIRCHELL GOULD 130 North lVIain St. Southington, Conn. Cool jade and old gold--things you'd love through life. M11jor': English Literature Millar: History MARJORIE ELIZABETH GOWER Holden, Mass. Marjie is devoted to the public service. At the switchboard, she presides over the transmission of sundry college scandal and "college business". In Pearsons she is the Hall Crier, and thunders forth our names at Fire-Drills in that voice which only the Speech Department could have trained. She also serves as the public alarm clock, whim she arises early in the morning to ro . Majo1': EC0ll0lIIilf.Y Illinorz M1l.vic MARY ELIZABETH GREEN Mount Pleasant, Amherst, Mass. "How much lies in Laughter!" Illajorz Englislz Literature lllinor: History Ls , .R FN v, SEV' "" . Wil' ff .Q 'awe 9' .5 Axgwzfrm ,iv mira 'VU ' -inks fi N, --.f -V-H s1f:LMA NOEL GRIFFIN 136 Passaic Ave. Passaic, N. J. Sing a song of Southern Accent, Figure full of curves, Four-and-twenty boy friends, Some of which weren't hers. fllnjor: English Literature Millar: Educa- lion DOROTHEA HAAS Saxonwoods, Road White Plains, N. Y. Dorothea is absorbed almost completely in the romance of the atom-so much so that at times we fear for Sbattuck's safety. Besides the atom she loves dogs, music, colors, the ocean, her own way of thinking and-what a girl! flfajorz Chemistry lllinor: Pliysics ICIJIZABETH CHADWICK HAM 285 St. Johns Place Brooklyn, N. Y. Irresistible, impelling ' With horses and Freshman, Ham curbs them or squelches But ever they follow Sans sugar, sans favor And they are so meek. llfajorz El'UlI0lIlil'A' cH0ll0f Wa1'kJ Mi110r': Ifistory l88l I I .dnvrq 5 AME, X ml 4 ' an +11 K .. . n...,, xj 'LMA W Af Q 1 , ,U s ' QL J Q 5. 2 ' yi , fx ELIZABETH HARGAN 487 East 16th Street Brooklyn, New York A pleasant temper A happy face An enviable safuoir-faire. lllajor: History lldinorz Religion MARGARET HARLAND Holden, Massachusetts Harley is a martyr to the cause of Science. She spends most of her time in one or another of our numerous labs. Oc- casionally, however, she floats down from the realms of Science, and visits some of our classes. Mfzjorz Zoology fHonor Wfirkl lV1inor: CllPllllNff'l' MAY MARGARET HART 18 Brainerd Street Mount Holly, New Jersey Inthe Grand Central Station they were waiting in vain, While in far Philadelphia May got off the train, When finally she came and they took her to task, Her only excuse was-She'd neglected to ask! lllajor: English lllinor: English Literature A E89 1 r ...:nan,,, , ""-.JJ ws 'w.- 'W rf? f' Y-' 31 of 'L-"cf Q sw. if ' , ,-,. 2-1 h xv-I ,L A .s V as I WB 1 i rw, i ., We , ' SIBYL AMANDA HAUSMAN 127 Beacon Avenue New Haven, Connecticut Trademarks : Freshman Year: "Honest ?" Sophomore Year: "Ee-week ! !" Junior Year: "l like-" Q ' Y ' I H ' 3 Y PH emor ear. Am t you awful. Major: Zoology ..Mir1or:BoI1111y' JANE SARAH HAWKINS 261 Barclay Avenue Flushing, New York Fee! Fi! Fo! Fum! 1 smell the blood of an Englishman! When Jane is studying at Oxford, and we come to visit her, we hope she will treat us every afternoon to English tea, or take us on one of those long English walks on some nice country lane, where there are no snakes and no worms. fUojo1': History flfinor: ROIIIIIIICP Languages LOUISE ROSE HAWLEY 64 Federal Street. Agawam, Massachusetts Louise had developed the week-end habit to perfection. When she went away to France, we were afraid that she would have to give it up. But when one knows a little captain at Versailles, one can still End excuses to go away for a week-end every so often. lllnjor: l'lfl'lll'll Mirzorz Erlnration l90l M V ,Phu n " NA! "Wag, all v a fa D . 'Z-aw, A V ' ' iii Agfa, Quia, .1 my A4.vq,.,f2gx-eggfgh-.YJ Q ,- A N: -'5gt,:x.zfLM5ef:' - ag DOROTHY M. HEINKE 300 Morris Ave. Grand Rapids, Mich. "The Potato Chipn A Whirlwind Melodrama in One Whirl Can' Howe! Stem' I: Dot: "Do you blow smoke rings, John ?" John CA chip off the old blockjz "l do not choose to blow them in l928". Scene Il: Crunch, crunch, crunch. CSideD Curtain. fllajor: Ar! fllinorz Frenclz ELIZABETH THORTON HELM 404 Linden Walk Lexington, Ky. You was born in old Kentucky Where the meadow grass is blue And that rare bird Puhsonality Sho' staked his claim on you. 1l4aior: English flflinorz English Literature HESTER KINNE HISMSTREET 95 Kingsboro, Ave., Gloversville, N. Y. "But I, despite expert advice Keep doing things l think are nice". fllajorz Jr! Hlinor: Engli.s'h Literature E911 'ff . li-Q, .iz .. :: - '71 '- - -. -ant: . xt I A t I will . we A' Q 5.:f ..5,,.1ft1f1.m, CLAUDINE HENCKEN 48 West 59th St. New York City 4 Ivory, carnelian and the colors of the East blended together in the likeness of a young Greek god. flfajor: Art Miz1r11': French KATHRYN HESS 226 West Main St. Uniontown, Pa. "If people ask me I always tell them Politely .... BUT SOMETIMIQS I wish that they wouldn't". fl-lajor: English Literature Mi11o1': French BARBARA HEWITT 75 Lindell Ave. Leominster, Mass. Worthy persons have dubbed her "Phil- osopher", but if philosophers go on numer- ous giddy week ends and crave more, we'll eat our editorial hat! lllajor: Philosophy Mirzor: English Literature l92l af, ' W, N. W? "lm M fr... sf. V, ,...,,,w,, - ww f W- Q f be A M. ' W5 X I -1- ' l .fr w 4 1-ei A- L- 4 '0 A RENA ALBERTA HIGTON 296 Midcllesex St. North Andover, Mass. She's accustomed to having her last name pronounced in any number of ways. Absent minded, she makes surprising re- marks at unexpected moments. She thinks the chem department isn't half bad. And her life's just one darn lab after another. Mzzjorz Chemistry Jllinor: Zoology FLORENCE HILDEBRANDT l-l- Maurice, Ave., Ossening, N. YQ Notice: For quiet, eiicient helpfulness apply here. We dash off grinds at a mo- ments notice, in rhyme that metres metric- allyg we bring order out of any chaos. But there's a tale. Once Flo's calmness failed. If mice are mice, she takes them beautifully. But when they get to be rats -"Really," says Flo, Hthatis a little too much!" fllajor: History Illinor: Art 'FRANCES JANE HITCHCOCK Amity Rd., Woodbriclge, New Haven, Conn. One would scarcely think from her lang- uid air and drawling speech that Frances adores to drive at 75 miles an hour. M11jo1': Jrr Illinor: Romance LllllyIlHgK.t' E931 I f' ss--' JW pm- , "QW" A V"-1 if ., jr 3 L.-X' 5 v A -N ,M A A S I QW :. " .. Wu B mmra 44 AM? Q MJ Q, .,,', H , LN 3,,,wafv.,Zw RACHEL MINTIE HODOUS 92 Sherman St. Hartford, Conn. We have always wondered at the air of mystery surrounding Rachel, and we've just discovered the cause. She is the one person we know in college that can actually keep the secrets of all her friends at once. And combined with a spicy "counter-suggesti- bility complex", which appears on occasions -what more could one ask? fllajor: Economics Mizzfarz Illusic MARJORIE ROWELL HOPKINS 370 Hawthorne St. Orange, N. J. The Directory says that Hoppie lives in Pearsons, but don't be fooled. Clapp is her home, and many and varied are her oc- cupations thcrein. You see, she's one of these people who think Zoo is "fun". Only the days are far too short. "Twenty-four hours? Letls make it a couple more," says Hoppie. flflajor: Zoology Illinor: Botany MIRIAM CROMWELL HOWDEN West New Boughton,fN. Y. lVlim's got the dope for the trolley linc- "If you lose your purse as I did mine, lf you haven't your fare, .lust smile with an air ' 'VVould you mind if I paid some other time ?' " fllajor: Zoology Mir1o1': Psychology l 941 M ., ,-17' - is? g'f...M2 v ' " X-lr, -1 .gy L A N fy? y I lil, Tr gg. Q Q. . . m . .. 3 . K w,-,I ay yt ISABEL HOWE 4- Chandler Street Lexington, Mass. A certain ole girl named Izzie Pretends to be extremely busy But tell her some gore And she'll beg you for more So every one tells things to Izzie. fllajor: Zoology Jlliuor: Ecozmmivs GENEVIEVE EUNICE HUDSON 3908 Lexington Avenue Dallas, Texas Symbol for frankness astonishing, and a keen eye for the incongruous. From Gene we glean our esoteric vocabulary,-impeb igo, pitareasis rosea, streptococcus, and par- ticularly acidophilus milk. Also, she lays traps for inquisitive friends .... laundry soap, in lieu of cheese, although she does say she is "incapable of perpetrating a prac- tical joke." iwajor: Englixlz Literature CHonor W11r'kl fllinor: History MARGARET ELIZABETH HUGHES Ridgeview Ave. - West Orange, N.. J. Peggy, Peggy, quite bewitching How does your love today With smiles, and curls, and giddy whirls And "specials" in great array. illajorz flrt fllinorl Geology l95l 1 J ..-f' A X ,Af x f t Qemffl 51-24 --"' ,' I I7 .---1319 ' .UDV Ri Ali' - en " .-...'Y1:.iu:rq4:,3-fi3n5'55lb3y.Nq?- Q fig! it - N ffZ::mQ5Ewsigc'...2::p l ' MARY CAMPBELL HULL ' 69 Grove Avenue Maclison, Connecticut She is wise, and fair, and lovable. Mf1jo1': flrt fllinorz Economics MARY FRANCES HUNT 825 West Highlands Avenue Redlands, California "Love me, love my goldfish". What wise cracker is this that deafs our ears with her perpetual racy line of chatter? fVI11jjor: jfCOIl0lIlfCX Mirzor': Psychology MARY PATTEN HUNTER Topsham, lllaine Peterls only aflinity with the "wee mousie"-they both like cheese! lllnjorz Zoology lllinorz Bible E961 Hs 45.570 4 N W:-Q-z .,'4' L ' , 'k"N.v -.X i Y '66 lil K . ' 5 ,. r A W I fs A g9.LL h x qv l das 141' Y. ,, ,, 4 YF M. CONSTANCE HYSLOP Haddenfield, New Jersey Connie, the senior opposite, wresting with salad and conversation. Connie, the travelled, with anecdotes of her year in France. Connie, the youthful, who never appears to do any work-but we know bette1'. As for indiscretions, ask her about a certain inadvertent call on Miss Woolley just before Chapel. fllnjor: Philosophy Ulonor lVorkj flflinorz Religion LUCRETIA LITTLE ILSLEY 4 Parsons Street Newburyport, lwassachusetts On an otherwise spotless record, Lucr- etia has but one blot. It's all about a camp, a walk, a man and other things. But what is fame without a past? flflajori History f,10Il0l' l'VurkJ Jllillflfl Latin ESTHER LILLIAN JACKSON 259 Ashbourne Road, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania Jackstraws- 'Tll take the message!" "That's my roommate!" "-Adam and the cow,-my dear, it's a riot! "lt's a Chrysler 70!'l "Oh, I beel so fablylu Jwnjorz Lalin Mizlffrz Ronmnce Languages l97l ! ..:" --.N 'f ,. " -, mf-C7-' - veg?-M-1.32 , S-'wr 'Z N, L A My A X 'Nix f . . -"v A V x be JM 4'-1 . ln4,,gQfr?rg,jr:HiL,-NE. Q V My an - CN -,Q3Qi4g:',,,.,.vec1m..::20 ELINOR JACOB 720 North Walnut St. West Chester, Pa. Nothing excitable about this lady. She registers no distress when serving even the most uncomplying steak. With this same calm and easy assurance, she can stand on her hands, or do a solo dance a' la Folies Bergere. fllajor: fir! Mi11or': Mzlsic EVA MAY JOHNSON 386 Fairview Ave. Winnetka, Ill. The ogre with the magic wand ' Whose touch will change the old to new, The unsuspected ogre for Her eyes are sweet and baby blue. Ilflfzjorz English Literature Mirzorz flrt ELLEN LOUISE KANENGEISER Poland, Ohio The power behind the throne moves in a quiet way its wonders to perform. Ellen Lou's ability and efliciency 'will be missed in South Hadley for long after her depar- ture. VVe expect her to show Poiret a few things some day. lllajor: fflrt Millllff English Literature E981 ::'. 'l-'g- 'I ...A L CAROLINE KEELER Wallingford, Connecticut Dark-eyed and earnest, Clear-minded and purposeful- That's Caroline. Gets an A, but "didn't know a thing". Edits news, but never tells a thing- That's Caroline. zllajorz History Cflonor lfforkl fllinorz Englixlz EDITH EMELINE KEELER -l- Franklin Place lVIorristown, New Jersey "Her aid, her manners, all who saw ad- mired". fllajor: flrt Mi11or': History RUTH KILLOCH 10 Phillipse Road, Yonkers, New York When the Prince of Wales, va1'iously posed, becomes wall paper, with Lindbergh on the border, one finds a meaning for per- sistently beautiful mareels and earnest voice CllltU1'C. fllnjor: Religion fllinor: Art l99fI '-Q 'MQ9' A I A 'L..c.. ,Y 't-, A .sy Q' A ,,. A k " Kiwi g I :limi f ' .' '. 24 .Jw X i ' Q ' c gf 1 vi I. r L 6551, A, ,, I: , V 1 - ' - lrf 'il L -nu: A .Q 't'f-.w2E.i-2'-tm ,-13:8 I .-., :MW it gl xv .429 F5 ,f 4 !s ,J '. 'fi " 433 .U .' .5 Htffix I I A c I mi Il A, , X4 v rx 'L J Q V but dw .V.. 5 ALICE NIARCHANT KIMBALL Benzonia, Nlich. Addresses, conferences, and general pre- occupation with wide civic and social inter- ests will make a Lady Astor of A1 yet. And for the eternal joy of her world, we hope her rather delicious sense of the ridiculous in life never peters out. illnjorz History CHonor W'orkJ fllinorz Romance Lllllgllllgfl' ELIZABETH SCOTT KIRKWOOD 42 Highland Ave. Middletown, N. Y. 'Tis done. Dost like it? flfajorz Zoology QI-Ionor ffforkl Miizorz Religion ISABEL KNAPP 1124 Parkwood Blvd. Schenectady, N. Y. Have the children of Belchertown charms unknown to ordinary mortals-or has this particular person more than the common share of sympathy and understand- ing? VVe suspect the latter. fllajor: Psyrlzolagy .Minorz Economics 1001 - J 3 . . P1' W.- MW r2"1.f , 'L"'x..f f 'ts V 'Q f f X, A f , - .-lI.ll'X:q,'Q' -,lil mg. J 151' Qffs 5 ,... 5-3i.,,5g-L -,Ml Q ..,,,,. M, A jp RACHEL CECILIA KNIGHT Littleton, Mass. Rachel was a "science girl" Cryptrobranchus was her pet But though she's lost her touch with life She's her sense of humor yet. M11jo1': Physiology Mizlorz Chemistry ELEANOR T. KOHLER 199 Franklin St., Holyoke, lkiass. Peanut may be small, but her smile is mighty. One naturally wonders whether star-gazing has not lifted her above the cares of ordinary mortals. Mrrjor: Astronomy fllinort fllrztlzenzatizzv MATHILDE LOUISE KUESEL 8420 118th St. Richmond Hill, L. I. Her only blemish is her extra-ordinary capacity for falling from wherever she is. We have known her to fall clown the stairs in S. A. H. Csupporting three unmarred claffodilsl, to ifall under the gym showers. out of a Pullman berth, down Safforcl's cellar stairs. Yet she continues to fall with the utmost geniality. Mzrjorz 1fL'0lI0lIlil'.1' fl4i11or: Gernmn 11011 .-P1 3 r I Q' ' Q., , ' . s ,- I I ip, V v l Mita .. H ELIZABETH GARRISON LANE What What What What What What 1091 Sterling Place Brooklyn, New York Billie's Song is day for but classes? is night for but work? ' are cards for but bridge? are men for but weekends? are legs for but hurrying? is time for but speed? Billie's Chorus In a college life, there is rest, sweet rest!" lllajorz History Milzfnrz Ifnglixlz Literature BERTHA LOUISE LEAK Connecticut State Hospital Middletown, Connecticut To prove that riding horseback Was Bertha's conception of Heaven, She rose at Eve-thirty at Towne House, To ride in South Hadley at seven! flrlrzjor: Art Mi11o1': English Literature GERTRUDE LLOYD LEWIS 614 North Main Avenue Scranton, Pennsylvania A golden-haired cherub, smartly dressed, find relaxation in Nature and baby talk. flfajorz History fllinorz English Literature 51021 'Mtfw RW53 W flfkv'-nuggjfrf I .uf A new - :lk ' ft . 4-31. U 'Q , L Y- ' 'Q 4 A i '3' nl e fffiiif if ' 1' 43577, few-..:mw.A Q N- N., li-. 1 k STEPHANIE HAMILTON LOCKE 718 East 23rd St. Brooklyn, N. Y. Stephanie-the mathematician, Steph- anie-the enthusiast 3- Stephanie-the Near East travelerg Stephanie-the friendg Ste- phanie-"the Roommate", but in any case Stephanie-the dependable in any emergen- cy, whether it's how to light our way from Towne House with a jack-0-lantern, or Seeing that Shirley gets up in time for chapel. flfnjorz Matlxezzlatics Millar: Eeononzics MARY FRANCES LOGAN Shelbyville, Kentucky Discretion is the better part of virtue. fllajor: Economies QHonor Wllfky Mf11or': l'l7'!,'lll'll ELIZABETH LOOMIS Convent, New Jersey Q Spring, youth, gaiety,-a fair-haired Peter Pan. Mrzjor: English Literaillre Mi11o1': Ari maj I .MW . viym-1.1: wg-'g-42b-9:vg92'g?15lE'gLh?L.NiD- Q -w I- sl ,07 3' 'SW' 9 xr G? ,. S- www ---- Z V li il-, U Vg!! 'Ik 'w .. mn Q XX . I I A VA ' M2531 y ' : AA . We-2' 'M' E. ' I-ll GICNICVIIQVIC LOUX 505 Mcliricle St. Jackson, Mich. "l'll play a lot to morrow llll think a lot to morrow l'll laugh a lot to morrow . . . . . . . . Gunnightf' fllajorz English Literature Miriorz French HARRIET EVANORE NICCARTHY 700 South Chestnut St. Kewanee, Ill. Harriet is a genius in the art of getting to chapel on time. When the first chapel hell rings she's in hedg eight-thirty finds he1' in the second row of the chapel. She leaves overnight hooks at the Libe on her way. Efficiency? Yes! Illajor: lfvyclzolrzgy fllinor: Econonzirs MARGARET Mac CARTNEY 1819 Thirteenth St. Altoona, Pa. A slow, deep stream winding through a meadow to end in a cascade of silver laughter. fllnjorz Zoology fl4ino1': flstronomy nj 2 -J ng A-'iq I , , 1,95 New l L.--yr ,F tam M. A , l PW l. 2, l , li 1 " ' ,ef M s 'il .J 'X ls' . ,,,.. "ww5:-:MN--V-Q:2i'1.4,'gg. Ml- W . .Nfl sf - :mn"-- -X-4'.YgWy4yte,1r-'fyf'-..,N: Q. i . , -,, mi NL- ,if-7i.Ngi-Qigxi. .,9,.ynhTl'L 3 D if 1'-' -- I ...w f--v J' fi r ' DOROTHY MACDONALD I0 Davidson Rd. Wo1'ceste1', Mass. Dottie's hands are marvelous They seem to flutter Creally cussj They hover over mess and muss Hocus! Pocus! done minus fuss. Dottie's self is also rare Her sense of humor on a teal' Can claim a victim an where u y ' So while she's here, let none despair! Mzzjorz English Literafru'e Ulonor workj Mir1o1': Latin KATHERINE KNOVVLES MCMUNN 1034 Park Ave. Rochester, N. Y. Katherine manages to conceal her liter- ary abilities from prying eyes by denying herself chewed-off hair, funny hats, and a thoughtful drawl, but we've caught gleams of genius from beneath the bushel. M11jor': English Cflonor Wrlrkj fllinor: English Lifl'l'IlflIl'l' RITA CARLYN MAISGERLIC 8524 88th St. A VVoodhaven, N. Y. Barnarrl-running water in one's room- a life of comfort and ease I-folyoke ................. Uflzat tipped the scales? M11jor': English flflinor: Englislz Literalure IIOSI nf. J' - I 'N-Q-v i My MM NA I t 1. 75- A ' 'QA 5 l ,- I X .- if ' tl' 'far .fav2lz+!f5ffH2e..w1---z-we W- W Q J Y it W cu f-w -...4 N ' s CONSTANCE BLAKE MEADNIS 217 Pequot Avenue, New London, Connecticut What indeiatigability! Dear old Coady, Coach of Show, President of the Dramatic Club, K. K. K., Earnest Student, or-Nurse to Juliet,-her repertoire is unlimited: And in her spare hours she plays that jaunty person, Constance lvieadnis, a role that re- quires so much variety and vitality that one is inclined to call this her crowning achieve- ment. Jllajor: English Ufonor W0!'k, Illinor: English Literature ETHELWYNNE MEEKER 39 Overlook Avenue West Orange, New Jersey "The voice with the smile"-Wyn's. fllajorz El'0ll0lIliL'5 Mi11or': English Literature ICVELYN HAIGHT MEKEEL 104- College Avenue Poughkeepsie, New York She'll work at Chem all day' Till her assignment's doneg Then, when it's time for play She leads the rest in fun. flflajorz Chemistry Millar: Ifistory 51061 .l . ff, we .,,, -u- L gl. J, .4 H Mi -., -GL 5+ .,.sgi,,g1.i1, .,,,,W1ei:t': .mt f-v :..--Aw 4? M y pg--E1 ' kwv K ,M fl ig? K A ' I 'LA 2 ' dl N, 'WP x 'li I ity -.X c likigi-N l-Qu JANE MELOY 75 Le Moyne Avenue VVashington, Pennsylvania Jane is just full of jokes she would tell if she could only remember the point. But it's all right with us, because we under- stand. Jllajor: Psyclmlogy Milzorz ECOTIOIIIICX ELIZABETH HOBART MILLAR 510 Washington Avenue Wilmette, Illinois Wzlilt to laugh? Betts will join you. Want to cry? Her shoulder is prepared. flflajor: AlIllll6Il1Il1ICX lllinorz ECOIIOIIIICS MABEL ATKINS MILLER I 28 Cherry Avenue Quincy, Massachusetts Mabel is our standard senior model of lndiscriminate Enthusiasm. She indulges in daily exercise, attends all open meet- ing, lectures, and concerts, and we would be surprised if she used up any of her chapel cuts. rllajor: History flliuor: lllatlzellzaticx I1071 ! 1 item "5a9"'?w-- '-lei 3. is... , .y. 9 , ...4 , L M5""--f:1k"f4:l"- "MJ f' A rg' .- 4 li' ' - 1-'fly ' In QT..-.fu 'fi 'Af':5"ltill.'-'-"'A1l 4"'-ip "" , , . 'T'- liid-,-. ,. H 'S-f' 'Ii 1, 'J ' Y ci ,Li A .I I . I. if at C ik as , ul -Q s HELEN MARGARET MOATS -I-0 E. Fifty-Third Terrace Kansas City, Missouri Instead of fairy tales, primers, and the Little 1470111101 series, Helen must have been brought up on Who's who's, city directories, atlases, and other informatory literature, because we have yet failed to put the ques- tion to her that she couldn't answer, es- pecially if it happened in South Hadley. lllajor: History Milzoz-: Efrononziav EMILY HATHAWAY MOSHER 248 State Street Albany, New York Emily came home from the libe, threw open the door, screamed, gnashed her teeth, smashed the tea set, and threw a college chair out the window. "Poor thing!" said the Inquirer pity- ingly, "Did she get a B on her last quiz?" "No", said her roommate, "Someone has probably been telling her a long merry tale about how she mistook her for Sally, and how screamingly funny it was." M1tjo1': History Clfonor PVWH Miz1or: English SARAH ANDERSON' MOSHER 248 State Street Albany, New York Speaking of Triangles- Sally and Emily Sally and Peter Sally and Dick lllnjorz Chemistry llfinor: English Literature 51083 na ' . ,, ' J EEQFX u.e, 5 ew, Q ' H,t , vu" -. . - 1 U ,1 - A ' "M s ' hal Y .J r -2233551 " "5 ' l ' .eff Hy. gh w MY, ' W -4'4 -.tr---LM Q' "'N H' T 'a ...I .J-. ' . . 2 rx. AGNES MOSS 2520 VVebb Ave. New York, N. Y. How doth our lady Juliet Improve each shining hour In wistful dreams and beauteous thoughts As should hefit this flower? Oh no. With tapping feet and ballet steps, And all a chorine's art Alas, milady Juliet- You do not look the part. Mrzjrirz English Cl-Ionor W111'kJ I1'lilIU7'Z English LifPl'flflI7'l' GERTRUDIC li. MUICLLER South Lake Drive Lakewood, N. J. Application for Futurity ljffllllllllfllf fldrlrrxs: Clapp Experienfe ami lrawl abroad : llflanipu- lation of fringed huggies over wind-blown roads. Clzararter: Notoriously a non-knockerg ocgasionally addicted to suspicious handling of hammers. Referenres: Anyone. A4l1j0I'I Zooloyy Jlliuorz Arr Al LEEN AGATHA MURPHY 167 Pleasant St. Willimantic, Conn. There must be something to studying. Look where it's taken Jill, and she looks normal enough! flflajur: IDVBIICII Clionor Woz'kJ Millar: A1Ilflll'lIlllfil'.S' I109,l 1 4-,, BE-'vu "-J: " mffyjifa , if I 1... , Z X, - K , LXR . A V' NEA y ' 'iii f, . x ,. , -.,,1 ww. -'.,,,1 I . qi, s LILLIAN MUSKAT 1861 Northampton, St. Holyoke, lVIass. - "Purpose is what gives life a meaning," and for Lillian there's a time for work and a time for play. Though the most honeyed persuasion can't drag her away from her books when she wants to study--just watch her when she's through! 47lJIIj07'Z Lnzin Illinorz Romzuzce Lalzglmges ,IEANNETTE ALICE NEBEL 5 Circle, Rochelle Park New Rochelle, N. Y. The business woman par excellence! Watch Jack handle three salesmen at once. Mrzjorz Laiin Mirlorz Ronlance Languages LOUISE NELSON 424 lllassasoit Road Worcester, Mass. Louise comes On little cat feet She sits listening To wise crack and story She goes us one better And then moves on. Illajor: Latin Mi11o1': English Literature IIIOJ ,- -Q., f 13, . -' -iffy, 1, ,gr 0' i n-all-Hgy .I.W,i,..g,.xxJM,,. , ..--- "'-.5 'uw -Q, 'Nw J' M ,, 3 I H I 'K-V ,I nk Y. .nh ik t fi X A I y, U .lik ,yfr 9 .wg i L 4 i 1 Zz E ,x Y. V s.. HARRIET ELIZABETH NEWTON 753 Forest Ave. Buffalo, N. Y. Here is a student of philosophy at pres- ent working on a new code of Feminine Coyness. When this work is completed, she will be a consultant expert and guiding angel to busy, backward club women. fllrrjor: Arclmeology lllirmr: Hisiory 1 ANNE AMELIA NOBLE C. M. A. Culver, Indiana Versatility plus-And our vision of the future reveals Anne superb in the midst of international imbroglios. intrigues. .diplo- macies. . Zllajor: Plistory fHonor Workj. Jlflinor: Romance Lllll-dIl1l,dt'.Y E, MILDRED C. O'CONNOR 154- Wzilnut St. Holyoke, Mass. "The mildcst manner and the gentlest heart". Mildred is quiet and unassuming-in skin deep quantity. For beneath the surface she has a keen wit and a rock of ages depend- ability that is rare. Jllnjor: French Wfinorz Latin l111j sw"53"" I vw. rm . 59 "WE- N t in-a W . Av - L"'V-s M, .a l .t : . wig .- . -g!..- . .7 A V NEA 5 ' if :. . Q I - . mi an f+225y,,?y:r5,,.1ara.l::2o ELEANORE L. OLSON 35 Pryor Place, New Rochelle, New York , Eleanore has a studio For her heart's delight, l A studio with tapestry And rugs and hangings bright, A studio with curios Fetched from far and near, Notre Dame to rare perfumes And jewels shining clear. M11jf11': Ilistory Mi11111': flri MARYALYS S. PARKER 53 Park Avenue, Passaic, New Jersey "lVIaryalys, do you put the butter in now or what ?" Maryalys' friends would have a hard time getting along without her. She can tell you just what to do and how to do it. Efficiency -I- a sense of humor : Mary- alys. Ask her about the time the pudding spilled all over the potatoes in the Towne House oven! M11jor': Psyrlmlogy Mifzrfr: Ronmnce Languages EMILY ELIZABETH PARSONS R. F. D. No. 8, Bridgeton, New Jersey One day Emily didn't receive a letter- but that was only because the flood inter- ferred with Hanover trains. Ilflrzjorg Bofauy Mi11oz': EL'0Il0lIliL'5 11121 ,- .fi 'gags . .Las , . ' ' f- -N . -L 1 f ,. I-my . " Eff, ' i w ah A K 254 l as Q-1 wr' WTI, ' "+:.--..tSw.:'s.r.. Q' ,-,Q -' f - Yr. ,U , ,- GEORGIA ISABELLE PARSONS Water Street, Unionville, Connecticut When we were first called "College Girls" Our Georgia wore her hair in curls, But now that we've four years progressed, Ingenuousness we detest, And Georgia's curls-all smothered be Acquiring-dignity! Mzljorz l'lf8lll'll Mizzor: Mzzsfc' HELEN BURR PARSONS Durham Center, Connecticut "Ask the man who owns one." Mzzjorz Zoology . llflizmrz Bible if MARGARET M. 'PATCH 47 Linden Road, Stoneham, Massachusetts Peggy is the "little girl from Syria". We wonder if her sunny and unruffled temper is the product of the clear, still, eastern air. Maybe she was born that way. We won- der, too, if her interest in romance langu- ages is fostered by her prophesied brilliant marriage. llfajorz French Mizzor: English Literature H131 'W 'MEI Lux N, mx .459 A I. ii i 'TR '- K 511 si 9 -'IFR V I W ib,'12yL'.l4g,naiGml1:-,fo LOUISE CORNISH PAUL 47 Halcyon Rd. Newton Center, Mass. I She is a firm believer in the value of fresh air and exercise. "Come along. It's not too cold," says Louise to her shivering and reluctant Twin. Her only fault is giggling at the table. fllajor: Latin flflinorz Romance Languages MARGARET PECK 20 Laurel Court Providence, R. I. Margaret and her roommate found them- selves in "a pretty how-de-do", when they were inflicted with a mouse which Mar- garet refused to entertain alive, and the death of which Mary refused to sanction. Solution to the problem was found by the introduction of a mouse-trap, which in- duced the immediate and permanent with- drawal of the clever mouse. Mfljor: English Literature Milzorz English ANNE J. PEHRSON 2 Goodwin Place Boston, Mass. "If I should labor through daylight and dark, Consecrate, valorous, serious, true, Then on the world I may blazon my markg And what if I don't and what if I do". Major: l'l7'6llL'll Illinor: Spanish and Italian 11143 H., 10' - 'I- 'kay' KY -him, .la AF? A . I R 'W f i , , , - I ' "WA y ' 'fm V .Jf HELEN AMELIA PENDLETON 63 Wheeler Street, Winsted, Conn. You're a girl, sister Penny, the freshman said And your hair should be gentle and tame, And yet it stands right on end out of your head, For you curl it again and again. In my youth it was long, our Penny re- plied, For I hoped to get feminine wiles, But now that I'm perfectly sure I have none, I depend on my boyish beguiles. Mzljorz Latin Illinorz Bible MARION PENNYPACKER 235 Chestnut Street Haddonfield, N. J. If Ma1'ion could see herself as others see her, we feel certain that she would he favorably and satisfactorily impressed. Her pedal extremities have already stood the diflicult test. "What good looking legs," said Marion, of the girl in front of her only to discover a minute later that she was looking into a mirror. Mzzjorz English Cflonor Uforkl lllirzor: History A OLIVE RUTH PERRIGO 30 Rand Place Pittsford, N. Y. A dainty little Damosel looked out across the way. She saw a group of freshmen come swag- gering down the quay. "God greet thee, dainty Damosel," this band of freshmen said, "We love thee well, thy pretty ways, thy lovely shining head!" flflnjor: History fllinorz Englixlz Literature f11sj I 1 fl-'rw ., ii5gI..Z,wE,, X' 'wi S el! '-it .1 is 5 I "' 'Q 9 ' . ' ., ' W" 1, f, - X A k ' '- +A .sf ' ' el 5 ,W -,N 2255 , ,I T If rw wh . ' 4 Q, BEATRICE 1. PETTERSON Carlisle St. East Chelmsford, Massachusetts Here's "Balanced Personality" Shclll chatter on "Causality" - Or tell the date for Bunker Hill Or give the French for Jack and Jill Or do some Math and get it right. She's sweet, and lovable, and bright. lllrljor: Hisiory lllinor: French ELIZABETH GIBB PHELPS 127 Oakdale Avenue Dedham, Massachusetts Good nature we envyg frankness we ad- mire. "Sure, I'll take the date. I want to meet some Amherst men this year." lllnjor: English .LlfPl'IIillI'P Minr1r': lVlu.vic MABEL KYLE PETTY 395 Edgewood Avenue New Haven, Connecticut Who has pursued poetry courses all her college career, and in spite of dreadful threats and pleading friends, will not eat her vegetables, and will use green ink. lllajor: English Literature Mi11o1': Religion H161 ' l V . ' if ,ggvfi lf , 'xwnllh MIii'fV1'1A 4 , 'Lew I' diff Mi lk 'kt-Lll A T P N 11' 9 GERTRUDE E. PHILLIPS 3 Whitman Street, Dorchester, Massachusetts "Here is my butt And very sea-mark of my utmost sail" So Beth when she actually disembarks in France. , Might one suggest that royalty hath charms? Mzzjorz French Mi11o1': English Literature JULIA ELIZABETH POMEROY 18 South Street, Dalton, Massachusetts When we hear Betty express her views on co-education we wonder why she trans- ferred from Oberlin to Mount Holyoke. But then, Annapolis is somewhat nearer the latter!! Still, she's kind enough to ad- mit other reasons. fllajor: Spanish Mirror: English Literature CATHERINE ELEANOR PUTNAM 189 Silver Street Greenfield, Massachusetts Take two parts of humor to one of im- pulsiveness and one of pep. Mix with a changeable temperament, add a dash of brains, and you have Putty. M11jor': English Literature Mitirarz History D171 ,J fm, F I I 1.-1 E, 'tw -6 I In ., 3 dw 'c V , xt- A it V t 4 ,, 'rw 'L . 'fawe5J'.1 " 'f V ' .wr . - " New .--4 fir-r:.."-t?2' if if f '- if W- , E r EDITH ELIZABETH RAE 62 Brown Ave. Holyoke, Mass. How one can be buried with frogs and their like ' ln the basement of places like Clapp,-- And still know the details of dirt that goes round On the campus-! old girl, here's our hat. M11jo1': Zoology ffIOII0l' Workj KATHARINE RAND 139 Gibbs St Newton Center, Mass. Katy's enduring Boston attachments would argue conservatism of a respected variety, but she has been known to describe . a wild western bar room scene with the Savor of Reality. fllajor: Eronomirs Mirror: English LYDIA RANSOM 100 Park St. Oshkosh, Wis A brisk little whisk A pert little stride Elbow action that aids locomo- tion- A serious mien For on justice she's keen. . Something else-she commands one's devotion. illajor: History 41102107 Wo1'kJ Elinor: English Literature I118l fllinor: MIIfllFlIIHfiL'N A' :'l:,j 'la-' ff '---l ,-a Wi!! " f-.9'lsH' 4.1. I A 'lw""f.ll""i:i:'1 "Nm ' MILDRED RUTH RAVEN 7 Highland Avenue Albany, New York Few people in college have a laugh that rivals Ruth's. It ranges all the way from a moan to a yodel. lllnjor: English lllinor: Frenrlz MARGARET C. RAYE 90 Lake Avenue Newton Center, lllassachusetts A laughing brown elf hiding behind a tree and running at discovery. Mrzjorz Latin Millar: Educaiion MARTHA ANN REED 1735 Portage Avenue ' South Bend, Indiana Dramatic Club Business, Golf, Glee Club, Psychology and Bridge-"lVIart" goes in for all of them-successfully. And speak- ing of Bridge, thereby hangs a tale. Mar- tha put her shoes by the fire to dry at Towne House. She began to play bridge. She never wore them again! Mzljorz Zoology Mirror: Religion 51193 .. 'QW 12:13, .:5,5aSi3'L Mt' 'il . l"'N' xi Db-N. .A 1. 1' if sv, 'S ,- A l ll 17 A 'lily xl we . 'l Mei A 'ERE Q ..,1,,,., u L at c., N3 - Wet l 1 1 l A 1 1 l l 1 I i i V i 1 1 I l i lv ,1 sill - WMF' 2 gis- A J' v 5 'M 11, .. - get r -1., , 4. ,, nag ,,., - f- az- .2--, x . tra. 1. eww 1w.11-af-aaa . ,, -me .....s:--Q1-if-:Mft -'a'w?I::v- '- r.: - 14 Q H .. mfr-1.1-++ JOSEPHINE REMSEN 135 Oakland Terrace Hartford, Connecticut A "You all said in your quizzes that we should have more serious fire-drills, but it's up to you to make them more serious-now, already this evening I've heard six mules in the hall-I mean, six pairs of mules-. Go back to your rooms now, quietly and seriouslyf' lllajor: Zoology lllinor: Religion I'ILIZABE'l'H REYNOLDS 1010 Electric Street Scranton, Pennsylvania The Reynolds recipe Cit's only been done oncel : A flare for the lit'ry A love of the bizarre A ,propensity for Clowning, A cheek that is the envy of all her fellow mortals. lllajorz Englislz Millar: English Literature RUSICMARY ROSS REYNOLDS 226 Pearl Street Springfield, Massachusetts Sympathetic: When Chem worries others. . Aggravating: When she gets her work done two weeks ahead. Exuberant: When she describes her week-ends at Harvard. Dignified: VVhen she presides at table. lllajor: licolzoulics Cllonor Worl'J lllinor: English Literature I120l if 1 , L"'x.f -.hi X, 'sq ' x ii . " Y 1 "L - E, f 'Ki-. " 21,7 A ' WA K' I 'WA li . .fx 1 .weaves-,'Jawiilwfsfiii-c,1z. X Gi w A -at ss.: - -.Q .... .,ggi.,.5,,::--...,,g,, c F 4 .aggxggiyiwaniitlz DON NA GLENN RHOADES 821 Boland Drive Saint Louis, Nlissouri Some say that only men reason, but listen to "Dusty"-"I weighed these matters care- fully, putting the assets in one column, the liabilities in the other. I found that: I. Freckles are admirable because they break the monotony of a face. 2. It's the splash of red, green, yellow, etc., which gives charm to the college room. 3. All my friends are 'Babes'." 1Wr1jm': lfnglirlz Literature Miziorz English BARBARA RICHARDSON 31 Middle Street Claremont, New Hampshire Cy, the star gazer, reads in them many wondrous tales, which she is only too glad to relate to her friends-testing their cred- ulity or whiling away the hours. Mrzjorz ,fslrrniorrly lllinor: jl4llfllPIlIllfil'X HELEN RIORDON 35 Ames Avenue, Rutherford, New Jersey May I-le1en's dreamed-of Africa be as covered with jungle and as fringed with palms as she has hoped for four years. , l fllajor: Arrheology Mi11r1f': ROIIIIIIIFE Lllllgllllgl' 51211 I F "S L wg... V . V 5 -'Qui 'Wu g :Q .1FTl?........ ..-X' Wk el, '91, ' tx .1 . l 3 xi ,hd .i V WW. ' i lib . yi ' xv A . V SQA M "Kiel r, , N WR .- 12 i , 4 .1.me5?Qtmw X Q I ., it mb W, .W l L HELEN E. RITTER 660 Chestnut Street, Springfield, Mass. ' Helen affords us all gymnastics in mental associations. Luckily, we can call on her interpreter when her genius for word-aph- asia-becomes overwhelming. fllnjorz Frenrh Milrrzrz English Literature HILDA B. RITTER 660 Chestnut Street Springfield, Mass. We haven't decided if Hilda is commut- ing to college from Springfield or to Springfield from college. , flfajor: Zoology Illinor: Clzeluistry IQLISABETH ROBINSON 21 E. Eighth Avenue Gloversville, N. Two stimuli which are always certain to arouse a 'very positive response from Elsie are: art and automobiles-art in auto- mobiles, too, for that matterlj fllajor: Art fllinorz English Literrzfure l122fl AP . 71' , I, - "if ' lhgy 'Si MARGARET DAVIS ROPER Holden, Mass. Enter Pegg fly fur. E Ring buzzer, jump Peg. Off love, on another! Mr1jo1': Religion Mi11or: Economics MILDRED ARCHER ROUTH 804 Central Avenue Sandusky, Ohio Mildred with the most complete collec- tion of amusing stories in the World, Mil- dred the ardent Zoo major, Mildred the sympathetic house chairman, Mildred the enthusiastic devotee of golf, riding, bridge, and dancing, Mildred the what-will-you- have? lllajor: Zoology fllinor: l'll'l'llCll JULIA FRANCES ROYAL 50 Bon Street, - Freeport, Maine Once upon a time, in a little village in the hills, there lived a Dresden China Lady -who made a radio. fllajorz Plzysics flfinor: Mzztlzelllzltics 51233 ,.,, My . L""N' i th my ,rim . .L ! I A v MA in I lj' R - l?i",1-35:53. my 'LC' i 4, ani? it YY' GCT? ' 'Q ---. Q 'r -- .,. me-N X 0 , l 4' 'F .M ,,.f . 1... A1 Q., . will Ah.. .x 5?j,L3"' 'L A ' X . 'im lfg- gf , .AQ gy K 'cg I I VJ 5:2 ,Q44iJiQ,,3?if:l3,,,,z1s1ZC1..l::tm I124l MARY ELSA RUSSELL 39 Ainsworth St., Springfield, lVIass. Blessings on thee, little girl, With thy head a mop of curls, With thy tiny turned up nose, And thy staid and solemn pose, Who would ever guess one thing, You got A Jr- from Mr. K-ng! llflojorz lfnglixh Literature Mi11o1': English LAURA NEAL SCUDDER New Brunswick, N. J. "This, no song of an ingenue, This no ballad of innocence, This the rhyme of a lady, who Followed ever her natural bents." M11jr1l': flrl Mirzor: Bible ELLEN MORSE SHATTUCK Woodbury Heights, N. J. A puck with a fondness for the moon and an appreciative giggle. Major: Zoology fl-Ionor Workl Milzorz flrl 1 1 I I l l .-GW' , A , uf' c. l.. 3 fx 7' 157 e vw? A wm.n V -V , 1 ' V W, s x it X . w, ' N A Y l5v1n.'f4'i5' 9w' 5-'Th-LL A sity' T c QfxM'xd9 --" Mvuivfbmp V VW' if qf ' JANET LOUISE SHELHART 14269 Superior Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Janet plays her cards well and usually gets her bid. Hearts are her best suit, though she's clever with the spade. The T. A. C. is her favorite club-as for diamonds, we leave that with utter confidence to the future. Mr1jor': Englixh Lilerrzture Illinorz Englixlz MARGARET E. SH ERWOOD I5 Beckford Street, Salem, Massachusetts Peggy takes Senior Astronomy to judge the relative distance between Alabama and Clappg resulting in numerous epistles to Alabama and more numerous hours in Clapp. fllajor: Zoology fllinor: Bible JESTHER ELIZABETH SKEEL l Turn-of-River, Stamford, Conn. What in the world makes Esther so late? Intellectual feast or aesthetic debate? Breathless she comes to the South Rocky door. Alas! She is doomed-lt's exactly ten- four. fllojor: English fl4iuor: Enolish Literature IIZSJ J". la lu- Q E 7,5 Aria - .I xx I I A .A t I ' W J-2' if " Z H-V ,f vm 4 ha? J Hs, A ,mi --N L DOROTHEA MAE SMELTZER 1112 Dean Street, Brooklyn, New York l Winning the Sarah Streeter cup so ad- vertised Dottie's charm that she was in- vited to be Hostess at the first Economics dinner she had ever attended. fllajor: EFOIIOIIIIFS flflinor: Frezzclz BARBARA WATERS SMITH 147 Linwood Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island A flash of red, A blithe "Hello!"- She's a German major with a decided interest in "banking", Figure that out. fllajor: German Miizorz Latin BERTHA FRANCES SMITH 64 Raymond Avenue West Somerville, Massachusetts As busy with her scouts as the proverbial bee, And a lover of music to the nth degree. Mrzjorz Religion Mi11oz': Mzzsir 1261 .41 Hs W, i a t ..,, . I V N l'--bi. .tai V .i , i Q A ii 7' 1 '-ET' ., R2 .. .fr ,.: '- 'iv 4 i rw . fi- ii , i HARRI ET ELIZABETH SMITH 77 So. Lake Ave. Albany, N. Y. Harriet has not yet decided whether she likes them fat or thin, although she has tried both extremes. From observation, we recommend a happy medium. fllnjor: fllatlzenzrztirsf. Millflrz Economirs ANNE SNYDER Dixie Highway North South Bend, lnd. "Andy" began pulling A-f-'s and receiv- ing honors when we were Freshmen and never stopped. And the answer to "VVill she ?" is "Noi" Jlflrzjorz History QIIOIIHI' lVorkJ fllinorz Ezlumiiun RUTH NAOMI SNYDER Leesport, Pa. There was a young girl from the state of Penn Who would cryptically say, when asked, "Ah, men-l" At Amherst, Annapolis, Eli Yale Some men turn red, some men turn pale When you mention the girl of the skillful pen VVho would cryptically say, when asked "Ah, men. ." fllajorz lfnglixh Literature fllinorz llisfory 51273 'P nr. .ef 1 VW' Ein If. MQ' s. EXW' .I .L I . A V , I will . , Qfwglliimbavd ,,,, ai' .af .qw 2L.Qql?giE:x'f:i,,,tn6iT..l:.:o JANET SPICE 6368 Phillips Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. "I look simply awful, ' Nobody comes to see me." Yet who but you, with eyes of blue, Can make young poets dreamy? fV111jor: English Literature Ilflinorz History MARGARET LOUISE STANNARD 262 West Rich Ave. New Haven, Conn. Half of the combination that sets the college record for friendship. Majol': Economics Illinur: Illzztlzemzztirs MARY HELEN STARK 4 East Montgomery Street Johnstown, N. Y. She is a demure little girl, Mary, but she knows her diplomacyg it is reported that at the time of Miss Wo0lley's Foun- der's Day luncheon, she signed for lunch at several of the houses, "because," she ex- plained, "then I ought to get one house where I want to go." And she did. Mz1jo1': Latin Mirror: Bible l128I -I: 'YS ..,- . 'lar 'IFF 'Pe y L . 'si .ali , I A V I I 1 . . : x ' r . - .' . I -' -ty. 5 41 4- U Y 'l -:W tlii'Sf5"mi"4---V-.ti"1-QfZ"'wlff' ' 1552 to i3frlKSf..--crwlr MARTHA SARA STRONG 63 Edmund Street Lynbrook, New York Martha is the original shrine of the ask- me-anotherers. We gather nightly to ask her questions on the Great Problem. Ask Martha if you are wondering what it is. It is even rumored that the faculty gathered one night in S. A. H. to ask her questions about another problem,-however, not the great one. Mzzjorz Freuclz Mirlorz Sfzanish HELEN MARGERY STRUCHEN 992 Saint Claire Street Saint Paul, Minnesota H Won't you go on a date with me? Instead of one, I've promised three! You may have the cute Psi U. Now who'll I get for the other two? Illnjor: English flfonor Work, Mirror: English Literature I HELEN HENLEY SYMONS - 366 Park Avenue River Forest, Illinois The best things in life are free. Why not help yourself, Billie? M11jo1': English Literature Mir1o1': English D291 pt .W or Wm a'r".ELa ai X' 5 -if gt ,N ,lui I My gh llc' L A F fri x GLADYS M. TABER 50 Southeast Avenue ' Poughkeepsie, N. Y. "Frankie and Gladie were lovers, How they did love, - And they were as true to each other As the shining stars above l" Majrzrz English Literature Mirror: Economics MARIAN TIFFANY TAFT 272 Prospect Street Williamantic, Connecticut We had always thought of Marian as quite a proper and innocent-minded indivi- dual, but we didn't know just what to make of her when we found in the registration hook at Mead: Marian Taft Overnight Church-Hell Major: Englislz Mizzorz French HELEN KATHARINIQ TEALE Lee, MHSSHChllSCttS Terry is plunged into the trying ordeal of deciding what to do next, ,and wavers be- tween doctor and home-maker. The de- cision must be reached by now, though for, why would an incipient doctor go through the vexation of letting her hair grow? fllajor: Zoology fllusjc: flrt 130iI -1 9 l ,. r . lf 1. . , Af? -.F WWW " iii' wi .m ' L-'xr i v. fl 1 - . wi 9 - i .x l f f M., fi ,lg A . vi lb QZQ. Q X 'iff I n if 1 xi. . 3' DELAPHINE BROWER TEDFORD 310 State Street Albany, New York Curly Locks, Curly Locks, Wilt Thou be mine? Thou shalt not wash dishes, nor serve those who dine, Nor sit in your room And o'er hist'ry books stew 'Till the clock in the Tower Tolls One, Two. Jllajor: History Minor: English Literaiure HELEN A. THOMAS 19 Revere Place Buffalo, New York "Tommie" is the girl with a passion for archery. As head of it she puts up all those intriguing signs in P. O. which make you want to go out for the sport, even if you don't know what all the funny rings on the target mean. .fllajorz Economics Millar: Spanish MILDRED WELLS THOMPSON 668 Pocasset Avenue - Providence, Rhode Island Is lVIildred the charmingly casual "Dian on campus, or the Romeo who made ardent love in the Balcony Scene? fllajor: Art Illinor: Religion L131 -.lr-VIL .-at FQ-'7f. Q ND' i-V F l N mf---..i 4 . iw wh eb- L D N 4 V , , I1 H ,. wa ' , 'l ala I ,I , A i . V t I ,ati tg or sw M fa Ji Q 432, ' , -, "S , ,P -,N .-:atb M- .,..,, lx, . ' PL I, t., fm' ,.-"' 1 Q JEAN PHYLLIS TILLINGHAST Hibbing, Minnesota One day Jean went to town to buy some- thing but she forgot what it was. Then she remembered a conference the next hour and came back to college. But she forgot the conference. The question remains: "Is Jean in love ?" - Ilflajorz flrt Mirror: French RUTH TIRRELL South Weymoutli, Box 24, Massachusetts The other German major. Ruth pos- esses the magic cloak of invisibility, for al- though she participates in classes and com- mands astonishing grades, we never see her wandering about in a college manner. Mrljorz German fl-Ionor Wo1'kQ Mizlor: Matlzelrznlics SHIRLEY MAUD TOMES 266 Lenox Road Brooklyn, New York Shirley can play any musical instrument from a harmonica to a trumpet, the thing that really fazes her is ringing the fire alarm. M1ljo1': Psychology Minor: Lazin 1321 l A y L WA . , Q.. X A .411 A' We wriwmw. w h 1, - 'bw 'G' . K x,f,,M li . 'W in an ibm,-." 'im A ' Tw ' diff, w ..-- -av. Q ,I5 f ,FRANCES MAY TORREY 71 Washington Street Hempstead, N. Y. Fran's mind is a virtual music box. Whether it be a serenade, a song of greet- ing, or a farewell etude, Cswan songl, the appropriate original is furnished within twenty-four hours. The process, we admit, is "nickel-in-the-slot''-ish, but the results bear no comparison. Major: English Mir1or': M11.vic IYLA K. TRACY 57 Green Street Concord, N. H. "lyla home ?" "Guess so, I just heard her laughing down the hall." lyla says she would laugh in silence only it makes her ache. Well, she may laugh as long and as loud as she will, if only her sympathetic enthusiasm-whether it be over our new tube of toothpaste or our new baby brother-does not fail. We count on it. M11jo1': English .Minorz English Literature AVIS TROWBRIDGE 14 Hollis Ave. Newton, Mass. Economics, Psychology, and Literature in person, have been known to play quite a bit of tennis in Avis' day. M11jor': Economics Illinor: Psyrhology D331 I Q V . I f. ' Mfg..-.7J5vJ4y,qM2T?5 v We "ffl-fit ., ,V Q' inf--.-Z3 r , lv- ,X ew. lg x il' " -ii' 5, K W gl , X A , V 'M x ' 'HA :. RSF- .- by ' "-'V I if ,J To-is'tfl'1.,.... J t W. 6? H - ., N0 5,wu,.3fL,..Q,'x L.,,,ffG BERTHA ERNESTA VANDRIES Cheshire, Connecticut . Consternation in the laundry-a hand- kerchief labeled B. V. D. Mfzjorz Economics Mirzor: Pcychology VIRGINIA ELIZABETH VOIGT 869 South 13th Street Newark, New Jersey She dances gracefully through life. llflajor: English lllinorz English Literature ELISABETH BALDWIN WARD 112 Chancellor Avenue Newark, New Jersey If the good eye and good angels that coax I3etty's balls into the basket continue to stick by her, there is no end to our predic- tions for her future. Mzljorz Zoology Minor': Chemistry 341 N. fin Q,,.....4mn,,g, v-"D ""'-,fi " .ul MARIAN ANTOINISTTIS WAYAVIC 564 East 9th Street Brooklyn, N. Y. Marian believes that knowledge is gain- ed by the question and answer method. When Miss Narey remarked that she couldn't get used to seeing girls riding in the smoker, Marian asked in surprise, "But how do you see them PH fllajor: Economics fHormr Workj Mi11or: English Literaiure MIRIAM WEBSTER 1003 Farmington Avenue West Hartford, Conn. Assistant to the Registrar, She hustled Rita to the car Two days before vacation. The next day she too had a pain When Miss Greene asked her to explain Her noble inspiration. Mzzjorz Religion Ilflinorz Latin MARGARET C. WEEBER 538 Providence St. Albany, N. Y. Upon her wrist a key we see That half shows personality, But plus the fact that she is wise There is a twinkle in her eyes. M11jor': Illathenlrztics CHonor Workl fllinor: Physics 51353 - :ft .f 1 Q.,,..55.. 1 .LTN n. l be i .i li - ,LLM .l - A ii25',A S ' M1 f, . X , . Q 4.! gp .Y . m R CMN 4,1-if JM ,, su df V , yi. .,., we L I 1 1 A--is -Q 'ag : M .-2:7 - I L"'N' ,i .Mui WV ? .i I i ,V , HELEN LOUISE WEEKS 11 East Union Avenue Bound Brook, New Jersey I "Life's but a stage". Shakespeare may have said it, but Weeksie emphatically proves it. Major: Matlzefrzfztics Mirzor: Economics KATHERINE WELLS 148 Dedham Avenue Needham, Massachusetts Kayo is the girl who can help everyone in time of need, deftly handle a group of Girl Scouts, and at the same time toss off twenty hours of work with no apparent loss of her serene equanimity. And on top of it all, she is letting her hair grow! fllajorz Economics CSociologyl Minor: History ALICE EVERHARD WELTY 92 Vista Avenue Yonkers, New York A song, a laugh, A bit of wrath, Complete surpriseg A Pair of Eyes. A sigh- Good-bye. A smileg a dance, A teasing glance, A "certain air", Delight, despair. Ah then- ,Ioy again! .Majorz English CI-Ionor llforkl ' Minor: English Literature I1361 1 :7i'lKai,' L A Hai.---:, N 4"' -.fi'l""Eii"- "mn Y Ay WEE: N wg. Q-,Z . . , I L""'Nv i 'Rr ,fa Q, W-, ,. WSL I x .H -. li. s U 'fe 'fi 4 , at MARGARET WHITE 104 Forster Ave. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. H Mysterious, Surprising, I Beauty alone will not account for her,"- A Rhapsody in Brown. Mrzjorz Religion Mil1or:Englisl1 Liternfurz' ENID WHITMORE 77 Cherry St. Holyoke, Mass. E Enid, politeness personified, calls her friends "Funny Face" to show that she can be inconsistent. Enid, subtlety personified, answers "L. C. C." when you ask her what "This Free- dom" reminds her of. Enid, enthusiasm personified, goes in heartily for moonlight swims, not to speak of bridge, tennis, and Dot. lllajor: English Literature CI-Ionor W,0I'd', ff Minor: German CHARLOTTE LINCOLN WILD 222 South 53rd St. ' W. Philadelphia, Pa. 'Till cats and frogs and dog fish cease- T Our only prayer is- "Grant us peace l" Mrljorz Zoology Millar: English Lim I 'Mba lv- N n J U, V x I I D B ' i igbl .lik :. af' 1 J A Q ,f 1 I ' 'Ti' :i21U1fiH?:..tw-'W"1::.t:v I S. HAZELDINE WILDAY 614 Park Ave. Elizabeth, N. J. From her ability to carry the weight of the world on her shoulders, we trace'Hazel's resemblance to Atlas. Except for a slight tendency to absent-mindedness, she has come through undimmed by cares and a high voltage roomate. lllajor: Zoology Jllinorz English Literature RUTH JANE WILKINSON 136 Mill St. Springfield, Mass. "Consistency is a jewel and faithfulness a virtue." , lllajor: English Literature Mirzort Mzlsic DOROTHY WILLITS 121 W. Philadelphia, St. Germantown, Pa. Hark, oncoming youth, be not discouraged! Even though you, too, are gullible, With will and the adoption of a daily schedule You can become a power- .lust Like Willy! lllajor: Eronomifs Mirror: Mrltlzellzrztics 1381 1 I .1 ,J .1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ll ll 4, 1 i 1 1 'J g I. I fl ll I4 r I 4 I 4. if I5 4 li , ll i f , I l A 4 Y ii I I J l. 9 4 1 I 3 I I E 'I a . il IF ii- IF I Q E. yi , I V i if 1. I .iv jg., 'W iw- MX , W .V sm' , Q A X - - ,.,: I ' X . A I Mink '-. Y 'lilti fi -F it - "ii T .ii Q?vri1.mhHYs4yQ ?Hgh?Ik,jrm' Q ' ' V---3 -..i 'iw-A um J, i t JT CATHERINE ELIZABETH WITTE 400 Highland Ave. X Wollaston, lVIass. y Witte boasts two riddles We relinquish with a sigh: We cannot solve the puzzle of The subtleties that lie In the lifting of her eye-brow With that supercilious quirk- Or the way she gets the grades she does, And gets them-minus work! Jlflajorz English Literature Mi1zor': Romrzmre Languages MARY CAMPBELL WOODWARD 121 Highland Avenue Middletown, N. Y. "Quips and cranks and wanton wiles." lllajorifsychology Millar: Sociology ' MARY ELIZABETH WRIGHT Deerfield, Massachusetts The freshmen may be frightened at their first fire drill, but they should have seen Mary, trembling before the tiny glass win- dow, implement in hand, at her first drill last fall. And now Mary rushes for a towel whenever second floor Safford alarm clocks begin their business. M11jo1': Latin Mirror: History f139J Iii Li L Yin WWE ir ""Yf W 0 , 1 13194--. ", 2' 'Lu-wx, 1' Q, "X I , ' ,. v, -L I A ff, f 71 glgibl. A uglyki' R ' il 11f1Yl'L....... 3' 1 filf-1t?::tl1'L,f Q' lfii ni ' M" :et'f'1.-il--W " ,-...LB CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH YOST 187 Raymond Road West Hartford, Connecticut Also engaged. Charlotte has upheld our age-old legend that a Yale prom means an engagement. Jllnjorz lil1llflI!?lIlllfiCS fllinor: English Lilerature MARGARET B. CHAMBERS 1712 Forster Street Harrisburg, Pa. "l'aig" burst in on 1928 our Sophomore year. Along with her came a contagious giggle and a taste for art, sports and things zoological. You never know just what "Ping" is going to do or say next, but it is usually funny. fllajor: Zoology Millar: Art 3111 Hllvmnriam Giarnlinv N. milrnx Elha Olnpelanh Rihgmag Eleanor Bale H401 ,.w,. 1-N. K ' ' - ig-gf ' 1' 'mi Swim M. N , glam N5 Ag: 4 VM, t , ggi:--71L55i4y,w.fQffi?i.2gf':5ff2-figs Q, I wh st IIA t ' J' I H - ' pb IQ28 COITIfneI"lCeIT1ent Program - Sllfllflllly, Llllllt' 9 10:00 a. m. Alumnae Association hfleeting and Forum Chapin Auditorium 3:00 p. rn. Alumnae Fete .... Pageant Field 5:00 p. m. Step Exercises Skinner Steps 6:30 p. m. Class Suppers . 1Vilbur Banquet Hall 8:30 p. m. Dramatic Club Play Chapin Auditorium 10:30 p. m. Senior Serenade . Campus Suurlay, June IU 10:30 a. m. Baccalaureate Service . . . Klary Lyon Chapel Rev. Hugh Black, D.D. of Union Theolog- ical Seminary -1:30 p. m. Vespers and Organ Recital . Blary Lyon Chapel 7:30 p. in. Vespers and Organ Recital . . Xlary Lyon Chapel President lVIary lf. VVoolley, LL.D. Professor Willizlm Churchill Hammond, 1VIus. D. Iillllllllllf, .lime ll 9:00 a. m. Meetiiig of Presidents of Local Clubs of the Alumnae Association . . . New York Room 10:30 a. m. Grove and lvy Exercises Campus 1:00 p. m. Alumnae Luncheon Wilbur Banquet Hall 1:00 p. m. Trustee Luncheon Rockefeller Hall 2:30 p. m. Trustee lVIeeting . Presidentls Oflice 3.30 p. m. Glee Club Concert . . . Mary Lyon Chapel 8:30-10:00 p. m. President VVoolley's Reception to Alumnae, Seniors and Guests . . Presicient's House fl'lIl'.VIlIlj', fum' 1.2 10:30 a. m. Commencement Exercises . . Chapin Auditorium Paul Shorey, Ph.D., Litt.D., LL.D. Profes- ' sor of Greek, University of Chicago . 1 :00 p. m. Presiclent's Luncheon . . Nlead Hall 51411 3.1, N ,pw LP fzrmw 1 Si,-ii 1 iWN'i7:" Nut' "li .1 il 1 lib '- ', , Milf- ffajiiiu?-1 1,7 w.- H HP J ,, 1. 1 - 41 .frekzslfric ,3,.....,,.14f:sm,,3n,5,.33:,,g.,a3?,ggzt- cv ' - I - Q L .umjfsgl 1 W- J, HW N-fi - A A. - Former Members of the Class of 1928 Allan, Ella C. ..... . Beattie, Frances ...... Bedient, Leona Mae ..... Benton, Eleanor Josephine Craig, Dorothy Elizabeth .. Danielion, Rose .......... Davis, Ruth .......,..... Davison, Margaret Hester Dole, Eleanor ........... Dunlap, Ruth WVeld ....... Fowler, Jean Catherine Gardner, Eleanor Pine Gaukrodger, Muriel .. . Gott, Mildred Seymour .. Green, Helen Julia ....... Green, Mildred Palmer .... . Ridgefield, Connecticut 101+ North Broadway, Watertown, South Dakota Ridgefield, Connecticut Phelps, New York H.216 Pelham Road, Mount Airy, Philadelphia, Pa. 86 Cross Street, Methuen, Massachusetts 745 Pleasant Street, Pawtucket, Rhode lsland 66 Lincoln Avenue, Rockville Center, N. Y. 15 Carman Avenue, Scarsdale, New York 351 North Madison Street, Lancaster, WVisc. Louella Avenue, Wayne, Pennsylvania 806 Argyle Road, Brooklyn, New York 3631 Grant Road, Chevy Chase, D. C. 20 West Montgomery Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 865 DeGraw Avenue, Newark, New Jersey Harris, Adair, Mrs. E. V. Slottman, 180 Canterbury Road, Jackson, Michigan Houston, Margaret Ruth . Keevil, Ruth Elizabeth ...... Koletzke, Florence May ..... Lane, Elizabeth Prescott ..... Laramy, Rachel Elizabeth Ludwig, Bertha Mary McGowan, Josephine Louise . MacPherson, Edythe NVright Massey, Ruth ............ Miller, Ruth Alice ....... Morro, Catherine Amelia . . . . Parsons, Winifred Dyer .. Petraske, Marian Tanner . Prest, Eleanor Burgess Reid, Mary .................. Remington, Helen Marion Ridgway, Ida Copeland .. Robinson, Antoinette Blackwell, Saunders, Barbara ........... Saylor, Josephine Kathryn Scott, Katherine Louise ...... Shepard, Madelyn ...... Smith, Florence Estelle ...... Stewart, Annie ......... Stiles, Esther, Holden Swcet, Marjorie ............ . Sweet, Margaret Arnold ..... Swing, Mary Cowen ......... Tarbox, Mary Louise ........ Vermillion, Mabel Eleanor Wenrich, Marian ....:.... Wilcox, Caroline Montague 1 NVilliams, Dorothy Eleanor XVolfe, Marjorie Louise ...... 311 South Bowen Street, Jackson, Michigan 28 Monroe Street, Port Xvashington, New York 530 Center Street, VVallingford, Connecticut 206 Prospect Street, Newark, New York Wendover Way, Mansion Park, Altoona, Pa. -l Colonial Cotn't, West New Brighton, New York 165 Laurel Street, Manchester, New Hampshire 1+ VVhitney Street, Portland, Maine 3+ Lincoln Street, Stoneham, Massachusetts Deansboro, New York 2564 Rogers St., Fort Worth, Texas Address not known 25 Seventh Avenue, Gloversville, New York 1-1+ Walnut Street, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania E-ast Street, South Hadley, Massachusetts 127 Forest Park Avenue, Springfield, Mass. 9 Glenwood Road, Upper Montclair, N. J. 3726 Harrison Street, N. WV., Washington, D. C. 312 Summit Avenue, Jenkintown, Pennnsylvania 312 Barrie Street, Kingston, Ontario 178 North Street, WVillimantic, Connecticut 5073 Washington Street, VVest Roxbury, Mass. 3035 Lincoln Boulevard, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 15 Page Road, Newtonville, Mass. 81 Taconis Avenue, Great Barrington, Mass. 322 Fourteenth Street, Brandon, Manitoba 2386 Grandeir Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 32 Wlhite Street, Fredonia ,New York 7+ Beck Avenue, Akron, Ohio Grand View. Wernersville, Pennsylvania 65+ Merriam Avenue, Leominster, Mass. 1009 Chestnut Avenue, Altoona, Pennsylvania l142J -NR' '12 . sYNi"'kY'u , , ,, .. My-"-1.,q,uj.'if ' M Jun, Q ' 'L-'yxnyn xgbq 1615? -N ,Eli , ' SW" 'fm' M'-. XX - A , fm y mm zz: XizP-5'1V.L,v Q , 'ww -Zi, ,W....i.H7'J:f..' ,mwf.1:,...1:a"s1.'1,r- ' -1 : . ' manly -,.4,,.,x-l,-.,,l,,, -.uid Q- dy. vu. l k 1 S I 9 f.. -2. - if Q B U-'-31 I i ,vw MI , Www, df' 48 Si I V ,h H ,A-' JE? 1 - 51,9 f . X W, - .. - - fQf.5,,:f:' 4 , - 1- ' cf- 4:1iifg.?+7.mL,1:5fQQv.fq1,,.,nnYl" uM!Wzw.- I-:?1p37M,',lM5.g,3, n I I 5' . -0- ,,.,,- f--.r"':.,.-.w 5 r wlq....-Q..-1f,W. N.-,,, Q' 24 EGF X 11441 l .J I-lm swf' 2,g5..,,,k2f,:,f+ I V j,..,xv ai, A 9-c, 1 N ,J ' 5 M I .I , it -it .: ., 4.-,-:A-I .nf X - gy D Lg I, "V""':m5'lYwgril7"?fSkl7F'5ff4'Ffa' Q. , fc ,.1sfc'........., V"-'a 'W' W J' ' We gig M s..-. f--.1-'-?,,-.S--A The M928 Towne House Book PRODUCIQS THE FOLLOWING calms In the more .s'0fJl1i.vIirf1t1'1l IlIIIll7ll!l'I Excerpts from Town Gore Cissued by the Infernal Relations Club of Nineteen Twenty-Eight, under the mottoes "S'l3lood" and "S'Trousers".J "Three tiny tots at 3 A. M., take milk in kitchen and beds in parlor because of sonorous soundings and blanket whiskers in noses upstairs." "The milkmaids follow the gleam and collect the cream." fl4l!IOI11'l1llIll Il III Ziffyfrld 111111 Berlin: Several numbers are offered,--Muddy VVater, lndigestion and liumpy lVIattress Blues, full chorus on "We Can't Help Lovin' This Place", recitative by kitchen crew on the dramatic theme, "The stove did sudden surge with soot.', The concluding number, Black Bottom Creferring of course to the premature thawing of back Amherst roadsj is accompanied by curses from Miss E., lVIiss S., lVIrs. D., Miss -T. and Miss C. S. Cwho never did arrivej, while the crown of triumph is given to Miss V. and Miss A. J., who wore their galoshes and could walk the rest of the way. Rather 7llli'ZPl'1'I Once upon a time there were several girlics Some stay-up-lates and some get-up-earliesg And they went to a house where the bunks were bedsies And the table-cloths were linen derlies. They had such fun at this little housey, They sat by the fire till they all got drowsy, They walked up the road and into the woodsey, But the groaning board was their rendez-vousey. SUCH grub, SUCH feeds,-they'd have all won prizes. .. Three plum puddingses and two mince piesesg Millions of oliveses and nuts and eggeses,- fExcusable 'zag1gerations, not plain liesesll lf145'I ! , -. ,-.,. ' nn , N .. ,"tf"" Wfiff 'YM sa"-ww ggi . ""'xl7'fn. ill? ,y Ql. y Ii- ifrffi-if--rf-f9'21f+r:2:r-gff'2fEE' QV- , . ., "' .2 11 dv gfyiy- jim? 9 1q28 s Roster Chief 13. G. U. C.--Big Girl on IJIIIIIPIIX lJI'iIll'!? of lV11lr'.v - li1'1'ryb011y'.v l'.fl7'Ul'iflf Perez' Pan ..... Go-Getter QQ 44fI00Ck Rah Rah Girl .... illoonlight and Rfl.l'!'.V--Rllllldlllftf Kezlfwl' Queen Mfrritf-illr1.v1 politic . . Hrllbpy ffrmlignn . . Jlll'.s'.R otrlry . . Queen of flze XIIIIIIZUIIA' Frigidaire . . Lydia Lll7IyIliXll . lJ!UIl'i7l, Fool' L11 Bfl1ll?Il1il'Il7Il? Sleep Time Gai . - . Frankie and Jolznniz' Tofwxy . . - Pollyannrl . . Litfie lfzfn . . . Girl Eflucationfll Review . O rehid - Hot llo ure Niew Yorker . Hag of Will!! . flliss I t . . The Hlomlz' . . KJIIZUIITIZ and Ujlwmvl . . The lfiw Little Pepjvers ..... Genevieve Loux, Katherine Becker, Anne Pehrson, 51463 Eg ,. ,i 1 ' i 453 154 iiiii 11' ' . -.29 1... .,...v::p++' . Anne Noble Elizabeth Helm Agnes Moss Lydia Ransom lVIabel Miller' Marjorie Davis . Jane Shelhart Catherine Emig . Alice Welty . Charlotte Yost Elizabeth Freeman . Anne Elliott Selma Noel Griflin . julia Bulger . Elizabeth Reynolds . Dorothy Heinkc . Sarah lldosher and lVIary Hunter . Helen Pendleton Mzlry Buffum . May Hart . Jean Drewes Elizabeth Adams .Claudine Heneken Beth Blankfield Maud Gilbert Elizabeth Loomis . . Edith Clark . . Kathryn Hess Hester Hemstreet ffm an NSW ' .MSF -.,,. .QTRWNQF gin N Jgif 'Y 6: ', ' x"'n. J mH3gE4M5qm. ' nyyk EQ +3 -4-A Q' ,,. fp., Q . ,W FN pw ' ., mf' " sh' "" "'g"'s S H-RH ?eXCV?on Ag? 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I I I JM IQ28,S Last Log I l I-leave ho, comrades, As our dory breasts the foam, The sturdy keel is bent with strain, The waves beat wild and free. Heave ho, comrades, For the spray breaks oler the bow Jib the sail and duck The swinging boom. Life to the fore with Glory, adventure, love,- Thc open sea spreads wide, Free! Free! II Shiver our timbers, but we'll be glad to buck the billows after four years of straining at the hawser. Freedom Cwith a ripping oath, expurgatedj,-that's what we'1l have. "A coupla hundred souls on as many A.B.'s Yo ho ho and a barrel of degrees .... ." Ill But, -- 1 fexpurgated,j there was something soothing about the bay and its unhurried life. Incid-entally, we picked up quite a bit of information, and there's no telling when we'll be able to use it,--out there. IV We were a crazy crew, but we had a Ccensoredj jolly time tussling around under the sign of the lion Cit was skull and cross bones to everybody elsej. In fact, we've let our blasted sentiment put one over on us and we're quite attached to the still waters. V Now what's the matter with me blinkin' toplights,--leakin' over like this. I-Iaven't felt so bleary since we hove into this place. ..... . What the ho,-here comes that gallant little frigate,-the one that Hies the green griffin. Guess there isn't any room left for us. We'd better be nosing out to sea pretty soon. VI Yo ho ho! Pull away, hearties! Up with the anchor and out to sea. Eyes front, rascals,--no more blitherin' Off we are, on our destiny! Old lVlortarboard Pegleg. fisij '- j5f""Mb 'W av ' 3-315 ,Z K., 497 ' 1' . X. ' ' ' ezgv:,,g,,,L A V 4: ' - , K: ix L ml , 31"", 3' 4 q-7:'WiFk'15b3fw1R- x ' 1,31 'WN 'mf 2' ffm. xkw J tx. . N ffifijjgheixsll.:5w11aStt'. IISZ1 - 11 I r u 1 I 1 1 ' 1 l . Q l l Q A 1 W A h I 'vhfii' "A xmm jSQg..,,., . wal, . " V . Q-t n 'Whig K. 'HG .m 1 ' 4 'J 1 ' w f'V3,fv,' WWA Y 2 I riff' .. in MQ H in .a Ag, , TN ' a N H531 ! f . f . - 47 . gi! , '--X11 , in ,ev I n U , ' ' fm Q1i'Y:g4w'i'sv?f2?fX5Tf5?fiWfififx Qt- ,. '. ,1 - 2 W ' f Qin' liar I In Qur Less Piratical Moments, We Reason Thus ....Every soul in college fermenting in this libe together.. ..Brain waves,-oppres- sivet-Can't understand it--Such a goryeou.v day, too,-lVIay againlVVish . . . .Oh, damn, where is that pad?. . . .Copy one?. .No, two. . . .Oh, oh dear, I'm SORRY .... Clumsy people .... Why don't they look where they're going .... 'l'hat's right, spread ink all over yourself .... Stigma of the academic. .ugh .... Sort of pleas- ant in here .... sunny .... leaf patterns stirring on the Hoor .... Four out of every five buzzing .... the fifth reading .... Such application .... Four years I've been reading . . . .my eyes are tired. . . .but it's almost June. . . .l won't look at a book this summer . . .maybe something good .... No time for modern novels here. . . . Chocolate .... smells good .... wish I knew that girl .... "the library is no lunch room" .... who's chewing gum? .... The nearest moving jaw's all the way across the room .... but listen! .... Fine art .... fully developed .... wonder what future female jaws will look like .... Is this the chapter l'm supposed to be reading .... oh, page four ten to .... oh, gee! thirty-four pages! .... Bear up, brother .... June's at hand. . . Um-ml .... Smell that breeze .... bet I'll be sorry next year .... No campus .... no clump of red brown buildings, worn but substantial, to revile and enjoy ..., no ideal community life to live .... Probably people think you're crazy if you have tea in the afternoon .... Oh, to be in Ifngland now that .... what's that from? .... Well, I'll have tea anyhow .... But if I'm teaching school .... well, nice innovation .... tea party in auditorium .... bring your own animal crackers .... What was that last paragraph .... Nietzsche .... always meeting that name, never could remember for sure how to say it or who he was .... Two weeks .... then majors . . . .muddle of families, dickjes, heat and degrees, then home. . . .sleep. . . .Education . . . .new methods since I was young. ...Individual differences and socialized recita- tions .... the world has changed! .... Don't be maudlin, grandma .... VVonderful how children ever grew up or turned out years ago, before the days of educational psychol- ogy .... plenty of great men, though .... Who wrote this book? .... He lived too long .... Those feathery leaf patterns in the sun .... the floor's cracked .... libe's aging .... Soon they'll ask us for money for a new one .... That's it .... alumnae pledges next .... and another tower brick .... Life is hard on a pocketbook .... the family will have to get me out of hock .... how much at the Book Shop? .... So many books .... such nice hooks, smooth .... thin .... and tea .... at half past four .... Wonder who's around who'll go with me .... Guess I'll ask her, she's look- ing out the window .... good sign .... Ice cream cone season, too .... lim an epicure. . pleasant euphemism. .Pig, p-i-g .... pig .... that's a funny word .... stubby and brist- ly like pigs .... Cast your pearls before swine .... l'd rather be a pig than a swine .... Why be fussy about words .... oh! .... school teachers should cultivate accurate speech . . . .Pigs sleep in the sun, too. . . .I could stretch and stretch, miles. . . .out to Para- dise .... Wish I were there .... Majors in two weeks .... then out we go! .... Who cares? .... struggle .... in . . . .stay. .out. . . .little pen marks to show success or failure in the struggle. . . .But who knows what we know? .... But who cares? .... Out we go .... a class of almost nervous wrecks .... Uff! .... you are tired girl .... College is a model place .... no. . . but it has it's points .... WVe'll never be the same again .... Who wants to be the same again? .... What I want is tea with lemon in it .... bet thee hence, Author .... Thy charms are too hidden for me to perceive. . . . "Hey, are you coming with me. . . .out. . . .Sure, bring your friends". . escape. . . H1541 T' 1 I 31 x xl I, fl if s i I gl E I 2 5 1 l si i I ,F I 1 1 l rl,- ws .9 .I -'14 4 , ,'Y' 'wa -' - Xiu-xl--. " L -fl ' v....li.w-7 .Mal rt. . arm MB- Hz. 'Y'---..1EMi-'. '--.W Q 'wi I :, N - - ' A I . M t x '- .ut 44 .ft .,:ptig'x1 .m.vv:. ....... ...,.-M-P 4... we W .J "Q- 557- ,.. , 'L"'x.- I l 'K 16 Ju, I in I 1 X A k v "MQ x ' xg Q Q i e Q l L t 31 -J ' 4 at G j x y' X, We Present A Fairy Tale Set to Jazz Rhythm The King . . . The Queen, n stefnnofher Princess CllI1l'llliIllI . Prince Florizel, her husbanrl Yaxnzack, a zlisapfrointed suitor Yconne, the Queenfr :laughter Bobo, a magician . . Lucius, envoy from the Powers- Iris .... Hyacinth . . . Chancellors . . Puck, the gardner'.v .von Fairy GOI17ll0fll6l' . Black Gnome . . . Specialty Dance . . CAST That Be. Iyla Tracy Helen Weeks Elizabeth Barss Elizabeth Ambler Mildred Thompson Olive Perrigo Katharine Scott Virginia Gilbert Catherine Emig Frederica Botsford E. Meeker, F. Barbe Ellen Shattuck Margaret White Elizabeth Reynolds S. Griffin, Bulger CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES Chairman of Show . . Coach . . Author . . Critic . . Business M anager Costumes . Scenery . Profrerties Lighting M uric . Tickets Ushers Publicity i1ss1 Margaret Patch Constance Meadnis Agnes Moss Miss Leonora Branch Harriet Allen Gladys Tabot Mary Buffum Gertrude Lewis Dorothy Croy Margaret Cristadoro Dorothy Willits Barbara Pease Janet Spice N AWA 'N MSWM X., ji "4 imma wil 'li aa Jill? . My , ,., AA,,., f " J 'L M 1. N.39.m,..y.?H,,. 3, l S E! ' 0 I 5 K1 ' f l l Yzym gli' r 1' 973 .IQ28 Class Song lflf'ur1l.v by fllusic by AGNES Moss CoNs'rANeia Bmxis Mimimrs Pirates We! VVe've a graceful ship of the lirmest oak, W'ith sails as white as the masts they cloak, And the swooping winds and the raging seas Shall never strew o'er the waves The ship and the prize and the fearless crew 'l'a-ra-ta-ra. 'lla-ra-ta-ra. '1'a-Ra-'l'a-Ra! For the hooty is but our rightful share Of all the world's treasure bright and rare. Uh, jolly, jolly, jolly are we all, ra-ta-rah, As we sway to the ship's rise and fall, ra-ta-rah. We've plunder in the hold, NVe've plunder in the hold, lt's gold! it's gold! ltls the gold of life and love. 11561 JUNURS if :QF-. iw pw,-,'-f' in X I v vL"E:'h- Nba my .I 1 Nails I ,I , t fvtrilfr "5 - 'N ff' " .' ,. Q - J -. f P ., . , I, yu 55? Presizlelzt . Vice-President S ecretary . Treasurer . Sergfrlnt-at-fl rms Sony Leader n Officers of the Class of IQQQ EXIQCUTIVIQ BOARD Katherine Goodman Kathryn Rothwell Kathryn Wright Margaret Ferguson . Milfy' Howe Elizabeth Ross Louise Burton Charlotte Nicklin lVlary Ellen Hayes Charlotte Towle frssl l 1 1 M. ....,, - W , .,-nu, gi7""'qg. . . , 1 'L""x..f 'tx N .im aw , as-fr , Q, J ' , - 1 -1 . ny i aw fggg?f5gQg,,,nsa1..l:,,,, T116 IV1GIT11D61'S of 12116 Class of IQQQ Adler, Eleanor Lydia ............ Alberti, Elizabeth ..... .... Allen, Alice Standish- . . . . . . . Allison, Virginia Louise . . . . . Apgar, Virginia ......... .... Appleby, Helen Miriam .... .... Arnold, Mary Tracy . . . . . . . Aue, Estelle Elizabeth . . . . . . . Bailey, Esther Clark .... .... Bailey, Martha Speakman . . Baker, Anne Stearns .... .... Baker, Mary Elizabeth . . . . . . Barrett, Mary Louise .... .... Barry, Margaret Louise .... .... Best, Estelle Constance . . . . . . Bicknell, Helen Emerson .... Both, Marjorie Lamson . . . . . Brandt, Elizabeth ....... .... Bristol, Pauline Rexford .... .... Brown, Eunice Frances . . . . . . Brown, Pearl Luthera .... .... Brunson, llflartha Jane . . . . . . 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Snyder, Dorothy Faye Soar, lllargaret Ethel ..... Southwick, hflary lflizabeth Sparrow, Helen Campbell . Spence, Vina lflixabeth Spencer, ,lane .......... Spencer, lVIarion Rudman . Stantial, lfileen .......... Starke, Virginia Lee ....... Stebbins, Geraldine Louise . Stevens, lVIargaret limery . Sriekel, -luanita lVIildred . . .. .35 Congress Street, Troy, N. Y. 35 Westminster Street, Springfield, lVIass. 71 Lancaster Street, Worcester, Mass. 25 Park Street, W. Roxbury, Nlass. 1-1-1 Walnut Street, Jenkintown, Pa. 282 Grant Avenue, Nutley, N. ll. 265 lVIain Street, Northport, N. Y. 281 Lincoln Street, Flushing, N. Y. 00 Lake Avenue, Newton Center, Mzlss. 12-1 Broad Street, Norwich, Conn. 16 Cutler Street, Klorristown, N. ,l. 1776 Highland Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 31 liorest Street, Newton Highlands, blass. -102 VV. Baca, '1'rinidad, Colo. Holliston, Nlass. I7 Clarendon Street, Nlalden, lylass. 127 Court Street, Laconia, N. H. 26 Fox lVIeadow Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. 35 South Parsons Ave., Flushing, N. Y. 12 Lakeview Avenue, Jamestown, N. Y. 51-11 Pulaski Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 5363 Nortluxmberland Avenue, Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh, Pa. 8336 Victor Avenue, Iilmluxrst, N. Y. 121 N. lVIain Street, Canandaigua, N, Y. State Road, Gwynedd Valley, Pa. 18 Westland Avenue, W. Hartford, Conn. 3-10 S. 27th Street, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 132-1 Logan Street, S. IQ., Grand Rapids, hflich 1 Wolcott 'l'errace, Winchester, lVIass. The Citadel, Charleston, S. C. 19-1 Ginley Avenue, lVIarion, Ohio. 276 Powder House Blvd., W. Somerville, lVIass. Maple Hill Farm, Leicester, Mziss. 521 Cottage Road, South Portland, Maine. 17 Southwick Street, Chicopee Falls, Nlass. 428 NV. lilindlay St., Carey, Ohio. 66 Chestnut Street, North Adams, Mass. 1-16 Florence Street, lVIelrose, Mass. 21 Nladison Ave., Saratoga Springs, N. Y. -176 li. hdain Street, North Adams, hflass. 11-1 Hawthorne St., 15. VVeymouth, Blass. 2601 Amboy Road, New Dorp., L. l., N. Y. llfrsl l M.. v 1-9-V :YQ wffif WM. if si 1 C. Q 4. ' .P '11, as , ---kxfiiibf, ,IT 'lf , PD A ,gtyif ig I I 1 Lt? -..fiii U4 M Q . f 'Z lfiyhz.R.,3gQiiiw:.Q:,,.neiSW 1. ..,, .1 ja.. My , ,... S. Sticf, Margaret ........ Stone, Dallas Victoria ..... Swayze, Mary Elizabeth . Tappen, lidith lVIcBride Tenny, Ruth Hana ...... 'l'hauburn, Doris Edith Thomas, Eleanor Perleyette Thomas, Rachel Matilda . . . Thornton, Nlary Christine . Toothill, Martha Coggeshall Towle, Charlotte Frances . Tuck, Nlarjorie ......... Tucker, Mary Weymouth . Valentine, Ma1'ion Westervelt Wandless, Jane Glenny Warren, Mary Keith .... Washburn, Doris Ella Waterhouse, Marjorie . Welch, White, Wliite, White, Wilson, Alice Hood . . . Anne Levering Georgia Crosby ..s Mary Gill ....... Florence lllarguerite Wolfenden, Lora Mae Wood, Muriel ........... Woodbridge, Janet Merriam Wright, Kathryn Florence . Young, Young, Alice Conrad ..... Elizabeth Nlerrill . ...7-1-1-2 Devon Street, Mount Airy. Phil., Pa. ...387 W. 8th Ave., Columbus, Ohio. ...SO Delaware Ave., Flushing, N. Y. ...8-1 Midland Avenue, Nlontclair, N. J. . . .6-1-5 Averill Avenue, Rochester, N. Y. . . .21 South Drive, Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. .. . . .771 Birch Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. ' 103 Putnam Street, Quincy, Mzlss. ...ll Herman Street, Springfield, Mass. . . . . . .75 N. Elm Street, Wallingford, Conn. ...285 Franklin Street, Newton, Mass. ...35 Lyon Street, Pawtucket, R. I. .. . . . . . 55 W. llth Street, New York City. ....259 Garfield Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . .53 N. Ohio Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. . . . 141-4 Hancock Rd., Auburndale, lvlass. .. .90 North Adams Street, lVIanchester, N. H, . . .90 W. Warwick Ave., W. Warwick, R. I. . . . Grove Street, Topsfield, Mass. 135 lf. lWt. Airy Avenue, Mt. Airy, Phil., P ...253 Clifton Street, Malden, lVIass. . . .600 Park Avenue, Nledina, N. Y. . . . . . .3420 150th Pl., Flushing, N. Y. ...7 VVright Place, South Hadley, Mass. ...3l0 Hempstead Ave., Rockville Center, N. Y . . . . . .201 F. Kirby St., Detroit, lVIich. 128 Sterling Street, VVatertown, N. Y. . . . 125 S. Hanover Avenue, Lexington, Ky. ...l75 Madison Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 11641 M. I ,WN I L...N, Q- ,f ' lf. ta Y' Bewitched, or the Lalte That Laughed A Comic Opera presented by the Class of IQQQ The Book by fllusie from DOR0'I'HY Moomz AND El.lzABe'rH Ross GILBIiR'I' AND SULLIVAN DRAMATIS PERSONAE Fairy Queen ...................................... .. Rhoda Gilpatric Prom M1111 .................... ...... . . Virginia Starke Secretary of Board of fldmission Marjorie Tuck President ..................... ..... M ary Reynolds Registrar ................... . . . Mary McKelvey Dean ........ ..... H ester Esson Prom Girl ....... ..... D oris Douglas Plead of Truxteex .... Eleanor Robbins lfead of Judicial ..... .... M arion Emerson Head of Community .... . . . Janet Woodbridge Head of Y. W. ....... ..... H elen Mason Head of 14. 14. ............................................. Louise Burton Editor of the News ........................................ Shirley Heltzen Fairies: Maxine Gillespie, Nlargery Goodsir, Alice Kimmel, Eileen Paradis, Priscilla Prior, Cynthia Quackenbush, Dorothy Snyder. Prom Meri: Virginia Allison, Martha Jane Brunson, Helen McClenahan, Mary Jo Cobb, Ruth Tenny, Anne Wliite, Kathryn Wright. Faculty: Bible, Olive Jenks, Economics, ,lane Wandlessg English, Mary Baker, Gym- nasium, Esther Jones: History, Catherine Osgood, Mathematics, Dallas Stone, Music, Mary Ellen Hayes, Philosophy, Eunice Hailg Speech, Phillippa Pateyg Zoology, Margaret Murray. .Members of Judicial: Elizabeth Alberti, Esther Bailey. - V Trustees: Johanna Cooke, Katherine Goodman, Katherine Lewis, lVIarion Mills, Grace Rushworth. l165l I I 1 IQ' gm, -r' -, is eff! 5 L-V 1. w A ,fy ' I fly -f , wr, ' ,A -. I I il?fA 5' i WAFA :r!r- Q .V CHAIRMIQN OF COMMITTISISS Cllfliflllllll of Show . M2Il'g2l1'Ct Gl'iCrSOI1 Coach . . Mrs. Josephine E. Holmes Bl15illl?.8'.V rlflallngw' - Charlotte Nicklin Stage rllrlllrzgzfr Jssistnnt Stage flilzumger . Katherine Budd Elizabeth Perry Promjrter . Ingeborg Olsen Costumes Virginia Allison lJIlIIL'l'.t' Priscilla Prior Lighting Virginia Apgar IJFOQIYIIIIA' Nlary Keirstead l'rofm-tim' Marjorie Hooper Publiviry Charlotte Towle Rr'f1'f'.vl1ll1el1t.s' Elizabeth lVIayer St'l'1Il'l'.1' Dorothy Carpenter Tirkrffx . Nlargaret Stief U.vl1e'rs . Klargaret Prest ORCHICSTRA l'iz1no: Laura XVolfenden Violizzxz Alice Allen, Pearl Brown, Doris Clark, Nlargaret Ferguson, Rhoda Gilman, Abbie Rollins rllanrlnlinxz Natalie Cox, Leona Hogan, Nlarion Smith Trunzpets: lfileen Stantial' Trrzpx: Ruth Nlidglcy maj i i l 1 l V aw -es 'XX -. riff' 'im- fmae X 1.13 'L i, , eff' l 9 .SLU I I ' Mi' f - . wf....22iWri,,g,Q,-ivfgwpxda-:y..tL':s Q, ,, u w ' ' , N lemyf'-sg.itzy:s5,,,,,.1:izP----7-U3 --3 -,.. was mul ,af yl sw 's c.. 1. ' s The Story of junior Show November -f, 1927.-l saw "Bewitched" or "The Lake That Laughedn tonight. lt seems a fairy queen was most unhappy, in spite of the fact that she presided over a community of very joyous fairies. She had once been a mortal, a faculty, happily mar- ried, at lVIount Holyoke College. But alas, no one there had possessed a sense of humor, so in despair she had thrown herself into Upper Lake, emerging in Fairy Land as all do who voluntarily seek those waters. But she now wished to return to her husband and her college, though to accomplish this, she would have to desert her fairies. As they are discussing the affair, loud splashing is heard and most marvelous be- ings appear,-Prom lVIen, the sort every Junior longs for Ca fact of which they are all quite conscious.j They had sought refuge in the lake from the boredom of "just another proml' and over-amorous maidens, that is, all except one, liustace, who was moved to despair by the coolness of his Prom Girl. The fairies are charmed, inevit- ably by these perfect specimens, and the Prom Men in-turn, are quite impressed by the jolly atmosphere in Fairy Land. They suggest that the fairies return with them to earth and inaugurate a course in the college curriculum for the training of the sense of humor. A bewildered, mournful individual, the Secretary of the Board of Admission conveniently wanders in, and though worn out by endless committee meetings from which she is fleeing, she is persuaded to give the fairies entrance examinations. They fail miserably, having been trained only in the minor arts of flying, singing, pronounc- ing spells and seeing jokes. They are quite at a loss what to do until thc ever resource- ful Prom Men suggest that they bewitch the Faculty. Fully satisfied with this clever plan, they set off for the gates of learning. At the first hint of the fairy invasion, the faculty hold a meeting to discuss their conduct, drastic measures were called for. just as they are about to vote to exclude the fairies, those c1'eatures descend upon them, enchant them, and win hilarious consent to their matriculation. In the midst of a triumphal frolic, Judicial Board, the stern proctors of the college march in, highly indignant, but utterly impotent. liustace enters and- recognizes his Prom Girl, but she, poor humorless creature, will hear no ex- cuses and leaves him despairing as usual. The queen comforts him, promising that if the Almighty Trustees, the sine qua non, approve, the new department will be estab- lished and all will be merry. Back troop the faculty, highly rouged and curled. The fickle Prom Men, aghast at the studiousness of the fairies whom they had loved when they were beautiful but dumb, flock to the new charmers, leaving the deserted fays to long with increasing intensity for the new department. The Judicial body attempts to cope with the situation by means of a most im- posing meeting where motions are passed Cineffective because a quorum isnft presentj and petitions are drawn up and signed. To their dismay, the Hippant faculty prance in with the ardent Prom Men. At this crucial point the Trustees approach. The Presi- dent of these "All Powerfulsu deigns to receive the petitions Cbut not to read themj and hear their pleas. Things look bad for the fairies, when suddenly the Queen recog- nizes in the President her long lost, long loved husband. In his delight at the meeting, he can deny her nothing, and her request for the establishment of a course in the training of a sense of humor is granted. The faculty then resume the decorum appropriate to their positions, the fairies' blues vanish, and the Prom Girls and Prom Men are recon- ciled Ceven lfustace and his Prom Girlj. The closing chorus, in which the tardily re- turning week-enders from l'rinceton, namely the President, the Dean and the Registrar participate, assures us that "Delighting in pleasure, we laugh without measure, so good-by to trouble, to blues and to sorrow." 51671 4-. Nw fr Y. S +.. -ig? , .fs v FD '11 M? ff- -'-' ' ,A :5j:i.f.,Qs:f: C.. if lm. pix, N, .--L .,,.- . L mygfxm X1 X5 Mx Q ff 077mg 5-A 4 J 11681 "f'lk'bqb 'Jiv- W N3 A v' .., 'www-.,,K M. if . , V g"""x.r ,h AT Min , 5 M i 1 . liigxv-. - -:Ii 1,div-Q,..fjfaif:,g525ihh1j:f?- Q df Q VA -PN: f 1 S Previously Unpublished Leads from the Notebook of the Junior Reporter-At-Large STARTLING REVELATION OF PART TAKEN BY DARING YOUTH IN SHOW GIVEN HERE BY GIRLS LC. Birdseye, Dartmouth junior, took active part in the cast of lVIount Holyoke's Junior Show, it was learned today from reliable sources. Desire to woo young lady who took the part of a fairy in the cast led him to assume this guise, he admitted to reporters who succeeded in getting an interview. Having seen a rehearsal and noted well the now famous scene in fairy-land, he determined to take this action. Intensive coaching by a professional friend made it possible for this daring youth to take the part of a "prom man". He was very much amused, he said, to hear people comment- ing after the show on the success of the appearance of the "menu of the cast. The darkness backstage was helpful in keeping his identity concealed. A great deal of interest is being displayed over this matter, but at present little is known. Every effort is being made to discover the identity of the fairy for whom this risk was taken, but to the time of going to press, efforts had proved unsuccessful. The mystery will, no doubt, be cleared up within a few days. FACULTY MEMBER ONE OF CRIME RING? Professor Romeo of the Domestic Science department of llflount Holyoke College was trailed last night from a pawn shop in the down-town district and accused of the theft of the "Book of Marriage" which he had just sold to the shop. Professor Romeo, while admitting the pawning of the book, hotly denied the charge of theft. The book, he claimed, had been the gift of Mr. Briggs, the college electrician. If this is true, theaction of the Professor was, of course, well within hi-s rights. Local authorities, however, are inclined to view the act with suspicion and seek, it is thought to link it with the operations of a crime ring which has been at work in college dormitories where milk, underwear, and other valuables have been missed. LITTED IN PRISON PRESERVES CALM Professor J. M. Litted, of lVIount Holyoke College, arrested yesterday for the expression of so-called Hunpatriotic sentiments", is not on the verge of collapse as was previously reported. Throughout the interview granted reporters in his cell, Pro- fessor Litted preserved an appearance of calm. Beginning in his usual well-modu- lated voice he said: "There are things which have been held precious by mankind through all ages. John Brown died for freedom and now his memory lives in song." As he spoke, Professor Litted seemed transported far beyond the cell. After a few moments of silence, the voice continued as if from another world: "I see Ruth Snyder killing the thing she loved. And of that suffering came beauty." There was another silence. The Professor's emotion seemed to fill the cell as he rose to his climax. "Only in freedom" he said, "can we seek true beautyf' The Professor was asked what he would do in the cause of free speech. He replied in a voice that reverberated through the narrow cell, "All that I can do, I will do!" 51691 m fEEff'.-WEP n A E ,F Ng if ' ' dh If - ' 1 Q ,. I ,,m.u n Jwggqmmyqm- H I A ,,. . C ijIWgaNNKNSM"n 9 gf .... .' 1,,,.,. -.W Q I, .W - 4 '. l1701 u 5 .f X H T :Z ,. 1 V 3? li 4 V! M N, l .17 A. W 1, I? In W V M U1 l 5: ii 4 4 il lf fi ii V W f U -J In 2 x 4 . Q! 3 . .-df'T fs M, MM M me' "lr .uf . 4, . Rfk, W L ,,x,-km ga . -, 551' f.W-.- , ' . f Q' A Q. , I " it q, f 5, D six-' pq M 1-'QVQQVX-. x mm W ,-.59 ,.,,,.5.4,,.QA::..:5e.,.4 -- I171j I 'Mm 'XX . ,giciriil ,wg ,N "tw" ' 'wnfiIw1' :f5v'x -g "mg we---f.,. .sf Q , w 1, , WI... 2.457 ,,.. I ..,.. -.4 ,,,, H, 1 An-yr, .-4.. 'Z ' - . ,r,gn":'Nw:' X. '9 "4 L-"V ,h ,-'I' ml 'ifelmin ' " J . .f' I. . A J -V , . eff I. Q, I i ,lm I H ,K ' L-N I:IG901-1223jAf:g5I:'.Q,.:..1.,.aF4111 ,ny . -555, N, -fu 5 1929 Class Song W0l'll.Y by . fllusir b-I VIRGINIA S'I'ARKIa ELIZABE'l'I'I Ross Something more than memories echoing We gather from their source, lnto our lives receive it, That ever our youth may weave it ln time that true worth inspires, ln untried desires. So :Is its worth imparts Nlenning into our hezlrts, Our lives respond as song in echo, liehoing clearly, harmony bringing lnto our lives, lfchoing clear as song. f172I i 1 N 5' I 1 53, ' - lfg +1 if .1 ' s f lf ' " - 1 Q -'7 fQfi.-, 3, A V, agile 5 ,:? 5l iZ5 ?g4 J ,N x ,- . iidnxxxx :LW , S N' Y NxNlxXZ:yy',! , X if f ' JY ., , . f - M-Nm W' bfi , , f f' f ,GLS WL, Q f , , X ,,f X 1 I' 1 Y 5 HQXX 'MX Z' f Nw, ,fwq f Ll W :K Q 'fy J ' ' -5 X fn aw Q: , V vw Q X L i- Q igm xsuxl :I 'i '-X- v ' M , -X L ll fx m .W u NXQX X' k RM" 5- 1 V 5 0 PH 0 ,0 RE 5 ' D i l w J. 11733 .ru . - Ywiuv WY, . i1.,W,,,. Ng, -- s M -4 luzjxlf . 'ti na NH VA X Q in . ' SV' - Q' 13- fx' ' -E ' 4-N "iff f:.a2t1a?33xaf-Limrgtrgws A s President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-rzt-firms Song Leader Officers of time Class of H930 Carolyn Fischer Frances Cope Margaret Bradbury EXECUTIVE BOARD Nancy Castlcman Virginia NI. L. Grimes Julia-Ella Foster Mary Scott Thomson lj174j lVIary Proctor Nlary Cunard Dorothy Parr l i i I i J w V w 1 5 L I V w 44 M., M' . ,fp , ' Hl1i....w,i5lP . , . :Mud aff!-i, . 1, wr: . si! A L-L-KQQ ,A , -wi, K -fl' Q. l ,ly i . .I .1 A l 1145 V 'F ' ,,,w.3...QIr'rn,,,,,gr.3fg5f5,5Ef2s3-qZi'x- E, YH , af f , 4 , 1wawrgg-I,jggiys,l,g,,,,.,ner11'...-T., s I, , w.-.1 ,ig J xl , N., 1 4. 5 The Members of the Class of 1930 Addiss, Gertrude ..... Aiken, lVIary Louise .. Allen, Eunice Matliei' . . Ames, lVIargaret Ella .. Andrew, Ruth Scobie .. Andrews, Eloise ......... Andrews, Lucetta Rathbone Andrews, Shirley ......... Anthony, Elizabeth Stevens . Armbruster, Marioii Helen . Arnold, Audra Elizabeth . . . Aronen, Leila ........... Auld, lVIary Elizabeth Baden, Katherine Duvall . Barton, Dorothy Louise Benjamin, Edith Hubbell . Best, Mi1'iam Anna ....... Bettys, lVIary Gertrude Bigelow, Rhoda Ernestine . Blair, Eula Virginia ..... Bradbury, lvlargaret Silsby . Brockway, Kathleen Melviii Brooks, Elizabeth Bartlett . Broomhead, Elizabeth .... Bullock, Doris Emma .... Burnett, Alice Constance . . . Calloway, Catherine ..... Carr, Elizabeth Foxcroft . . . Carter, Esther Alsop .... Case, lVlarjorie Ellen .. Castleman, Nancy Chadwell, Dorothy ...... Chaffee, lVIary Frances Chamberlain, Evelyn Jane . Champagne, Nlarguerite . .. Chase, Eleanor ........ Chase, Ellen ............. Chase, Sarah Elizabeth 121 South Street, Jersey City, N. J. . . . . 121 Garfield St., Springfield, Nlass. . . . .8 Woodbridge St., South Hadley, Mass. . . . . Elm Hill, New Britain, Conn. . . . .Orangc, Conn. 103 Prince Street, VVest Newton, Mziss. . . . . . .92 Central Avenue, Dalton, Mziss. . . . .223 lldidland Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y. .. .... Box 23, Touisset, lblass. .. .... -16 Joseph Place, Yonkers, N. Y. ....-l-0 Ridgwood 'I'errace, Nlaplewood, N. J. ....-lfS Florence Street, Worcester, MZISS. ....622 llfladison Avenue, lllclfees Port, Pa. . . .... Brandywine, Md. . . . .122 Rosiland Avenue, VVatcrbury, Conn. .. .... 239 Heberton Avenue, Staten Island, N. Y. ....722 Brookwood Road, Hunting Ridge, Balti more, Md. ....2 'l'rafalgar Street, Rochester, N. Y. Park Street, Hackensack, N. J. 15 Saxtons River Street, Bellows Falls Vt. .. .... Hardwick, lVIass. ......97 College Street, South Hadley, lllass. . . .2 Elliott Street, lWachias, hfle. ....Alfred Drowne Rd., West Barrington, R. l. . . . .327 Washington Street, Geneva, N. Y. . . . .210 Orange Ave., Cranford, N. J. . . . .3810 Fenchurch Street, Baltimore, lVId. ....7508 Yates Avenue, Chicago, Ill. . . . .The Knoll, Lansdowne, Pa. . . . .93 Hinsdale Avenue, Winsted, Conn. ....-155 hit. Vernon Avenue, Rochester, N. Y. ....793 Center Street, Jamaica Plain, Nlass. ....820 Sassafras Street, Erie, Pa. .. .... 33 East Perry St., Tiflin, Ohio. . . . . l3-l- Nonotuck Street, Holyoke, Mass. . . . . Baring, lVIaine. 1309 Dean Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . . . . .Superior Avenue, Waterbury, Conn. Chittenden, Francelia Sheldon .... 182 Park Street, VVest Roxbury, Blass. Christie, Ruth ............. .... N Varwick Avenue, Apponaug, R. l. Churchill, Frances lVIarion . . . .... 96 College Street, South Hadley, hflass. Coleman, lVIargaret Pier . . . Con:r'd, Nlary Baldwin ....522 Lake Drive, Nlilwaukee, VVis. ....'l'he Knoll, Lansdowne, Pa. I175J 1 ',d"'Y 'eg 'M 451,19 PPPPQEEL Eahregi Sit Ll? ,JF 3' 'U ' l Mi' J 1. .,. ., --fi, fi: ,, -' ' f, X :Q ,. ,f .' V ii' lf. lt' Cook, Helen Leigh Cook, Ruth Edna ....... Cooley, Margaret lde ..... Cooper, Elizabeth Gardner . Cope, Frances Garrett ..... Corcoran, Wilma Louise . Crary, Eleanor ........... Crockett, Pauline Florence . Crosier, Clara Stacy ....... Cushman, Virginia ....... Davis, Betty Louise ....... Dawson, Catherine Humbird Day, Dorothy Preble ..... Deering, Mary Elizabeth . Delano, Elizabeth Stevenson Denman, Bernice Lenore . Dickson, Ruth Anne ..... Donley, Jessie Elizabeth . .. Drisko, Caroline ...... Dunn, Marjorie ....... Dunning, Janet McKenzie Eberlein, Davida Roxane . Eckley, Helen Elizabeth . . . Elliott, Alice Dorothy . . . Ellis, Ruth Muriel Ely, Janet Allan ....... Ennis, Delphine Lillian Ferguson, Ruth ........ Fischer, Carolyn Julia Fisk, Rebekah ........... Fitzgerald, Mary Maury . Flagg, Frances Leighton Foertner, Hilda Elizabeth . Foote, Agnes Cope ....... Fosdick, Ruth Sheldon Foster, Julia-Ella ....... Frey, Irene Anne ....... Fricke, Dorothy Emma . .. Fullarton, Ruth Stewart .. Fulton, Julia Ruth ....... Gaston, Edith Gertrude Gillim, Marion Hamilton . Glesmann, Esther Rhoda . Goodner, Helen .......... Gray, Frances Eunice ..... Greenbacker, Dorothy Elaine Grimes, Eleanor Virginia . Grose, Virginia ......... Grover, Margaret Jessamine Gude, Anne Josephine ..... Guernsey, Bonnie Bell . . . .... -1-31 Huntington Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. 221 Parker Drive, Mt. Lebanon, Pittsburgh, P 211 17th Street, Milwaukee, Wis. 76 East Utica Street, Oswego, N. Y. Media, Pa., R. F. D. No. 2. -I-5 Cleveland Street, Arlington, Mass. 24 Grant Avenue, Lynbrook, N. Y. Hollis, NIC. Halifax, Vt. 19 Fremont Street, Plymouth, Mass. Torringford Street, Torringford, Conn. Box 101, Rockville, Md. Kingsbury Avenue, Bradford, Mass. 800 VVest 20th Street, Wilmington, Del. 35 High Street, lldontclair, N. J. 234-2 Fulton Avenue, Davenport, lowa. -10 East 169th Street, New York City. 9-12 Park Avenue, Plainfield, N. J. 28 Lloyd Street, VVinchester, Mass. 27 Livermore road, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 739 East 23rd Street, Paterson, N. J. R. F. D. No. 1, Scotch Plains, N. 25 Melbourne Avenue, lVIamaroneck, N. Y. 5803 Second Boulevard, Detroit, Mich. 9 Silver Street, South Hadley Center, lldass. 19 Waldo Street, Holyoke, Mass. 39 Argyle Road, Brooklyn, N. Y. 113 Church Street, VVare, Mass. 603 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington, Mass. 79 Taber Avenue, Providence, R. I. 3913 Seminary Avenue, Richmond, Va. 22 School Street, Andover, Mass. 40 McKeel Avenue, Tarrytown, N. Y. 112 Clifton Street, Belmont, Mass. 147 Union St., Montclair, N. J. 4 177 Harrison Avenue, Westfield, N. J. 1309 Maine Street, Peoria, Ill. 370 Central Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. 4-60 Bronxville Road, Yonkers, N. Y. 2320 Woodland Avenue, Duluth, Minn. 115 Great Oak Lane, Pleasantville, N. Y. 415 St. Anne Street, Owensboro, Ky. 1881 Northampton Street, Holyoke, Mass. 120 Center Street, Cherrydale, Va. 2122 Woodland Avenue, Duluth, Minn. Nliddlefield, Conn. Latham Park, Oak Lane, Philadelphia, Pa. Peking, China. 60 Ely Place, East Orange, N. J. 2 Stratford Place, Newark, N. J. .200 East Locust Street, Independence, Kans. fl76l 1 . -we 4'!a,'11f1 'Z' ms 75,,a.,,Eg ' 'i . , 'ww .fflwp l,.L i i .fl ,x::...i...ae1-.4 ,.., j3ye:55,:r.:v.?i3- Q ja I , -Pix, C i .FQI-lime.,4,,,,.iavl'r...l: Hagen, Ranghild Elinor . Hallbloom, Alice Victoria . .. . Hallett, Amy Louise ..... . Harding, lVlarie Lenox . Harrigan, Constance Loraine . . Harrington, Evelyn Taylor .. . Harris, Ruth Irving ..... . Hart, Lewella Whitney .. . . Hasbrouck, Rosalind . Hastings, Alice ......... Hause, Marian Frederica ..... Hays, Jeanne Wilkins ......... Heidenthal, Gertrude Antoinette Heyl, Sylvia McMaster ....... Higley, Alice Hannah ..... . . Hill, Marjorie ......... . Hinman, Sara Alice ......... . Hoagland, Madeleine Sears . . . . Holmes, Carolyn Gleason ..... Horne, Lois Leigh ...... Q.. Hoyle, Ma1'guerite Stockbridge . Hoyt, Kathryn Lenore ....... Hucker, Emily Hamilton . Hudson, Dorothy Cole . Hull, Anna Frances . Humphrey, Janet Birge . Hurd, Mary ............. . Hussey, Kathleen Louise . .. . Hutchinson, Ruth Irene . . Jackson, Ruth Webster . Jagger, Ruth Louise . Jenks, Janet Lord .... . Jones, Ruth Douglas .. . Jordan, Luella ...... . Keene, Kathryn . . . . Kelley, Mildred .. . King, Mary Sears ...... . Kitani, Etsu ............ . Klugh, Constance lVIercer . Kunzig, Sarah Ewell ..... . Lapp, Judith Hylda ........ . Lincoln, Marjorie Elizabeth Locke, Georgia Fowler ..... . Lotz, Katherine ........... . Lundquist, Annette Lillian .... Lyons, Loretta Mary ......... lVIcClymont, Ruth Agnes ..... lVIcGree, Katherine Kavanaugh . McGregor, Ruth Janet ....... McKee, Elizabeth de Golier . .. McKittrick, Mary ......... . 5 Meredith Street, Springfield, Mass. Box 223, Bound Brook, N. 200 Passaic Street, Hackensack, N. J. 22 Randlett Park, West Newton, Mass. 101 Woodlawn Street, Fall River, Mass. 36 Read Street, Maplewood, N. J. ll Corbett Place, Lynn, lvlass. 22 Curtice Street, Wilistccl, Conn. Spruce End Sc Loockerman, Poughkeepsie, N. Y 313 Maple Street, Springfield, Mass. 6l-l- W. Market Street, Pottsville, Pa. 5700 Elgin Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. ' 4-7M Wzltkiiis Avenue, lVIiddletown, N. Y. 6329 Greene Street, Germantown, Pa. 232 Main Street, Hudson Falls, N. Y. 21 Centre Street, Brookline, lvlass. 255 West Genesee Street, Clyde, N. Y. 221 Belgrade Avenue, Roslindale, Mass. 59 West Main Street, Chillicothe, Ohio. 1138 lVIyrtle Avenue, Plainfield, N. J. 52 Adelaide St., Rye, N. Y. 106 Washington St., Chicopee Falls, Mass. 28 Elam Place, Buffalo, N. Y. 183 Furnam Street, Schenectady, N. Y. 69 Grove Avenue, Madison, Conn. 226 North Second Street, Olean, N. Y. 13 Scott Street, Utica, N. Y. 37 Devens Road, Swampscott, Mass. 875 W. l81st St., New York City. 41 Quinby Avenue, White Plains, N. Y. 218 Walnut Street, Holyoke, Mass. Millerton, N. Y. 180 Third St., Newburgh, N. Y. 7802 Pansey St., Glendale, N. Y. 156 Bellevue Street, West Roxbury, hlass. 185 Passaic Ave., Passaic, N. J. 10 Linwood Street, Hyde Park, Mass. 47 Yamamatodori 5, Kobe, Japan. 3620 Front Street, Chicago, Ill. 292 East Sidney Avenue, Mount Vernon, N. Y 72 Wolcott Street, LeRoy, N. Y. 128 South Palmetto Avenue, Daytona, Fla. 20 Winthrop Street, Winchester, Mass. 108 Lake Avenue, Newton Center, lvlass. 621 East 6th Street, Jamestown, N. Y. 20 Goodrich St., Springfield, Mass. 224 Huntington Street, New Haven, Conn. 265 Summit Avenue, lylount Vernon, N. Y. 94 East Avenue, Norwalk, Conn. 17 Homestead Avenue, Danbury, Conn, 2344- Perrysville Avenue, N. S., Pittsburgh, P J177J -:Wt rm. J.-. ' - u'4.r"',,. 1.. "' hr' W , 551' W 11 "ie it rr 'r 1 . .t -'fi' ..,, rwcff----tzmaalf-fm:fr.Mtwfh2- . . . s 'QL' Wei1'w1f1p1-?r32f-s""-""'f5'1a or-M, 1 ---- -,,g -was sw, Q ,, - ,Y be s.-n 'P ' 4"" . , y ZW Nlackay, lVIary lylargaret .. Nladison, Sally ......... Klarriott, Ruth Porter ldathews, Olive ...... Klay Dorothea Ethel ..... Xlerrill, Phyllis lVIarjorie .. Nleyers, Dorothea Sill Rdeyers, Elinor lVIarion .... Micllel, lVIary Elizabeth .. Nlillar, llflildred ......... Mille1', Louise Kilgore ..... Nlittendorf, Emilie Borchers lVIoore, Elizabeth Ellen .... Neilan, Kathleen ...... Niles, Olive Stafford ..... Nolan, llrlary lVIargaret Packard, Nlary Louise Parker, Rachel Ellen .. Parker, Ruth Day ......... Par1', lllabel Dorothy ...... Pascoe, lklargaret Robertson Patrick, Helen Gertrude Patterson, Gertrude Elizabeth Pember, Gladys Ella .... ,.. Phelps, lVliriam ........... Phillips, lVIary Elizabeth .. Potts, Wilxna Marie ..... Proctor, Nlary Elmira Purington, Alice lV1arion .. Reeve, Theodora Buckland . . Reymann, Nelda Beck .... Robinson, Ruth Louise Roffman, Elsie ........ Rogers, Berta ........... Rothwell, lVIiriam Phelps Ryder, Dorothy Davenport .. Sanborn, Nola Cora ....... Sanford, Ruth Clarice Searles, Ruth Annette ..... Sharpless, Amy Elizabeth . . . Shook, Bertha Mae ....... Sinclair, Caroline Elizabeth Smith, Dorothy Foster .... Smith, Katherine Stewart . . . Smith, Virginia . .. ..... . Snell, Catherine Fonda Snow, Elizabeth Chandler .. Sproule, Katherine Louise . Stafford, Ruth lV1owat A Stockhus, Meryle Alice 1010 Ward Parkway, Kansas City, Mo. ...53 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, N. Y. . . .98 West Passaic Avenue, Rutherford, N. -1. ...3-1-0 South First Street, Globe, Ariz. 105 Foxall Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. ...-10 Clark Street, Franklyn, N. H. ...Sodus, N. Y. . . .-1-29 Parkside Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. ' ...627 N. Kenilworth Ave., Oak Park, 111. 1-1 Olive Place, Forest Hills, L. l., N. Y. ...-1-2 Beard Avenue, Bullalo, N. Y. Four Acres, Oscawana, N. Y. ...927 West VVashtenan St., Lansing, lldich. ...723 lV1ain Street, Hamilton, Ohio. Bennington, Vt., R. F. D. No. 2. 19 Chestnut St., Hattfield, Conn. 108 Elm St., Bennington, Vt. ...628 Capital Ave., jefferson City, Mo. 19 Olyphant Park, lldorristown, N. sl. ...27-1 Lefferts Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1465 Webster Street, Palo Alto, Calif. 23 Courter Avenue, Nlaplewood, N. sl. 4341-4 Grand Ave., Wester'n Springs, lll. Quaker Street, Granville, N. Y. ...22 Gfochome, Fujimicho Kojimachi-Ku, Tokyo japan. 176 'llhirty-first Street, lldilwaukee, Wis. 15 Hudson Avenue Ridgefield Park, N. J. ...1-10 Gilbert Avenue, Eau Claire, Wis. ...2-l-8 lVIorris Avenue, Providence, R. l. ...218 W. Prospect Ave., Appleton, Wis. 101 15th Street, Wheeling, W. Va. 26 Center Street, Concord, N. H. 8020 Lefferts Avenue, Kew Gardens, N. Y. 105 Fessenden Street, Portland, lVIaine. 35 South Parsons Avenue, Flushing, N. Y. ...23 Edgeclille 'l'errace, Yonkers, N. Y. 115 'Maryland Ave., N. E. VVashington, D. C ...22 Park Avenue, Sufliern, N. Y. ...65 lVIonmouth Street ,Spring1ield, hflass. . . .'l'oughkenamon, Pa. .....303 E. North St., lllarshall, Nlo. .....Country Club Drive, Cedar Rapids, lowa. ...-1-09 Lowell Street, lVIethuen, Mass. 76 Riverside Drive, Binghamton, N. Y. ...609 East Gorgas Lane, Germantown, Pa. I Highland Heights, Rochester, N. Y. ...22 Dover Road, VVellesley, lwass. ...Old Short Hills Road, Short Hills, N. tl. 11 NVolcott Avenue, Andover, lldass. 706 S. 3rd St., Rockford, lll. Il7SI ..., 1 X .-. 1 Cs.. 'K' 'X' .!u,,,lf:.f Aix. me - QPN 'wg' E? I 1-Q.-X11 .,, i , .557 I 9 -. - r. f - Q- -1 'fi ' in lr Stone, Faith ........,.. Stone, Ruth Greenleaf . . . Stout, Minnie Louise Storeken, Corinne ........ Street, Kate Wakeman ..... Sulloway, lVIary Markovna . . . Sweetser, lnez Avis ........ Talbot, Helen Cleveland .... Taylor, Helen Hay ....... Thomas, Gwendolyn Lucile . . . Thompson, Estelle ......... Thompson, Mary Eliza Thomson, Mary Scott ....... Tolles, Catherine Lambert .... Van Alen, Elwyna ........... Vandersall, Marian Wentworth Van Dis, Elizabeth Jean ...... Vastine, Dorothy Sharpless Vera, Harriet Dryden .... Vester, Bertha Tanetta ..... Walker, Dorothy Christine Wessell, Runhild Eugenia VVest, Katherine Louisa West, Mabel Ann ...... Whiting, Eleanor ........ Whittam, Sarah Elizabeth .... Wilcomb, Virginia Winifred . . Wilcox, Lois Fancher ...... Wilrnann, Aldis Louise .... Wilson, Harriet Chisolm lVilson, Tabitha Bonar Young, Anita Elizabeth 58 Elmore Street, Newton Center, Mass. 36 Forest St., Springfield, Mass. 506 Broadway, Vincenne., lnd. Main Street, Cromwell, Conn. 4 Ridgeview Avenue, White Plains, N. Y. 795 Third Avenue, Berlin, N. Y. 37 Shallner Street, Worcester, Mass. 79 VVoodbridge Street, South Hadley, lllass -I-2 Oakland Road, Mapleton, N. J. 507 West l42nd Street, New York City. 3 Alden Place, Nlaplewood, N. J. 1324 Seneca Street, Far Rockway, L. l., N. Y 70 Greenacres Avenue, Scarsdale, N. Y. 41 Chester Street, Mount Vernon, N. Y. 128 Trout Street, Nlineola, N. Y. 311 Wallace Blvd., Ypsilanti, Mich. 315 So. Lexington Ave., White Plains, N. Y 238 Main Street, Catawissa, Pa. -113 East Beau Street, Washington, Pa. I-lorsechestnut Rd., Briarcliiife Manor, N. Y 92 Morgan St., Melrose Highlands, Mass. 1118 W. Fifth Street, Plainfield, N. J. 298 Glen Street, Glens Falls, N. Y. Lost Creek, W. Va. 249 Oak Street, Holyoke, Mass. 489 Washington Street, Brookline, lVIass. 121 Summer Street, Springfield, Vt. 21 College Street, Springfield, Mass. 6 Beekman Avenue, Mount Vernon, N. Y. 39 Legare Street, Charleston, S. C. 1300 Byron Street, Wheeling, W. Va. 1501 Park Avenue, Baltimore, lVId. Um .ow '-N.. Mem. ef . 'Q-if.. N: J' . ETA Y :r-J 'N .e ,f - ' as C1 From Our Collective Experience We Offer This Guide for Future sophomores I. Sing a song of Sophomore Houses! Classes came and classes go, But each student soon or later MLISI the life off campus know. 2. Sycamores is fair and far, Distance no enchantment lends. Those who live in spacious beauty Have few visits from their friends. 3. Judson lures, with decks of porches Those who like fresh air at night. Near the trolley, near to Glessieis Urban joys are their delight. 4- Kellogg's like a fancy doll-house, Ceiling's low and rooms are small. The halcony is quite romantic If youlre careful not to fall. 5. Cowles is quite the summer cluh-h Near to swimming and canoes. But that icy walk in winter lsnlt likely to amuse. 6. New and lovely, most convenient, l'earson's Annex heats them all. But they cau't he quite exclusive, 1 OUSC 7. Bridgmanls specialty is comfort Home surroundings everywhere ' If you live up on the top floor You must climb the attic stair. Nlountain View finds life exciting,- They have many a playful mouse. The wind that roars across the cornfield Almost hlows away the house. 9. NVoodhridge has a new glass front. Wondrous food and plenty of it. Near to S. A. H. and Skinner Those who live there usually love it. IO. lf you would he really swell South Cottage is the place to he. For on every side you'll find The homes of famous faculty. I l. Hitchcock is a house divided, You must choose which wing you'll take. Rooms with window seats' are offered, But the cushions you must make. 12. Byron Smith has many virtues, Not too far, nor too near. Rooms are large and most attractive Food and House Lihe hoth found here. 'or ievea in ea'son's Hall. lf rl, r P 1 13. Future Sophomores, choose your houses, Plan your rooms and color schemes. ln the spring you'll all draw numher- Then good-hye to pretty dreams! IISOI 'V fill :I-T V.. ' . Arm, ' xv i ' , ,ffl - l um, , A AN fb I b x, I '1 V. ' - - P H t Q.. si g C 'mire-ia1i3i-f+sQQ..wf1r----'-1-Q --n ,v - .i v fiat N.. M- L. 1930 Contriloutions to the Book of Knowledge ACOUSTICS-lf you sit far enough hack in Chapel, you hear nothing. ETHICS--Lipstick is not a matter of moralsg it is merely a matter of taste. INVIQNTION-A hairpin will squelch a hissing radiator valve. ENGLISH-ln puncuating, insert a comma when out of hreath, a period when out of ideas. LOGIC-lVIany Sophomores eat out Friday nightsg many Sophomores show little indication of hrain powerg fish is hrain-food. MA'l'Hl'IMA'l'lCS-lf it takes a girl twenty-five minutes, starting from Skinner, to get a letter out of her P. O. hox hetween. second and third periods, providing that girl wears stockings with six blue stripes in each, then it will take her fifteen minutes to get from Cowles to the Observatory on an afternoon when she has three classes. PHYSICAL EDUCATION-Dancing, unlike culture, cannot he acquired in fifteen minutes a day. CURRENT EVENTS-'llhe difference between Kaiser Willieliii and hlussolini is that Wilhelm gave God some of the credit. PSYCHOLOGY-The Sophomoric nature is just like adolescence or the gawky stage, -you just have to give it time and pin your faith on the future. PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION-Heaven is a place where pedestrians go and have electric velocipedes at their disposal. LIFE-Not "Beauty, Bread and Brotherhood", hut Songs, Secrets and Service. l181l I am M , u wig"f'M9??tSffisf?:e2'?2t Q 'j g' ' ' F l 5 .1.-- W- -.3 I if S f isa 5 ,,,L M547-as . , h A ' L- :ff Ni, 721 1 X xx H 7 r X Jfxf I 54 bl 3 I t ll Hwy ivi. 'l u' r .-- A ,z i 1' "A le. -.' A J f f F 3 X f t vii Wx 'V WIW l l I' r 'e 2 ,Lil i F Nw A I .5 L Q ":A .L 5 nb W. nos: -r 'poem K " snowcrx ooovi f ---'uf xws nook SUPHUNTURE DUURS K, Y Heard- In the suburbs: "Yah, I'm writing a paper on the history of the world, and I thought I'd go to the Libe and look up a few things." Un the fennix rourts: "Here's one game where love doesnlt count." In Smitlwille: Certain Sophs, animated by a sense of the charm of tinsel and young voices,, stopped one morning early, to carol to their House Matron. She listened, smiled, and spoke: "Thank you, girls," and the air vibrated with anticipation. ' f ' tch more cold." "And now run along in before you ea A'Please wear a libe slip W J l!J ith your number on it." C1 retty coo In Gym: it, e' iff' 'Tee no 'it bfi be eeee A' eeeeis f f - fi f - fl X e sitting m u A Wi my ,Q e i 5? Th lsr. ,- 4 LEE MIEERABLES the 'THQ of H W ini, M EEEQWS THE l31gAUUuE ... .-- ' wx e 1930 PUBJEATIUN5 'XX I nazi U g M .J '11, . - ei "E LL A if K ' Q . . .. Q is to , r--' -I 3,11 r s Lyrics - - and So Forth They go rolling down to New Haven They go over the notch to the north- They go here, they go there-they don't much care- Each Friday they set forth. They get Specials every Monday And often on Tuesday too. They are fair-they are four-need l say any more ?- And they live in Mountain View. Dot Parr Count that day lost which does not hold a song, She says, and tries to drum it in our brains. But when each giddy week-end comes along, Wesleyan-bound, she climbs aboard the trains. Little bum, Nelda and Peter, Chewing Gumg Now what could be neater? Yellow mop Two little persons whose temperaments On top, suitg Giggles always so infectious- VVhat with gum-chewing, chattering, Giggling and clattering, That's Puffy. You've got to admit that they're cute. "Life is not a bit perplexiousiu With smiling face from ear to ear, You always know when Beamy's near. And yet she also has emotionsg In Zoo she causes great commotions Dissecting little frogs that died She sadly cries, with tearful pride ' "He's got a bmufifzzl inside!" "1 didn't mean it that way!" she says in consternation, When her latest verbal break starts in causing a sensation. Her southern tongue is so naive-her blushes are notori- ous. I guess you know by now I speak of Mary Maury. H831 A - Y. .,... ,-,sal ...Il i 1 K 1 P I A l l I I 4 uf , 1:-it., 'nm' if , ww . MW" D ' . 1 ' i 5 -af ws xi.: u cv N- -' '- S bf. h N s 5 N w I, V umm If Zn --i' :. ., rqgo Class Song PVor1lx by Jllusic by MARGARIQ1' VPASCOIE DORO'l'HY PARR Out of the crimson of dawn White wings sweeping the sky. Upward and outward and on, A splendor of strength surging hy,- Beating hoofs, flash in the sun, Mane blown like the spray from the sea, Pegasus! Now he is gone, Spendid, eternal, and free! In the swift upward rush of his flight ls the song of the battle he knowsg Silver hoofs striking sparks from the stars ln a Hashing of star-dust that glows Wliitei' than sea-foam is white, Challenging conquest he goes. Straight to the heart of the sun He follows the trail of its fire. Pegasus! Strong in desire Upwards and outwards and on! Wliite pride. .White wings never tire Till the goal of the sunset be won! f1s4J -I 1 . Qi LX N W X W QW Q FRESHMEN ff' Q ' E N .-0? V h" E .1 if , KH PM -V H., -' , V .J "3.fin'A E ' x " i -I Nm? President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer . S ergezmt-at-fl rms Song Leader Officers of the Class of IQ3I EXECUTIVE BOARD Frances Eddy Melba Meakim Frances Hurrey Dorothy Wacker 11861 Sara S. Holmes Susan D. Carson Frederika Critchett Louise K. Wilde Ruth J. Sanderson . 'Lydia Shaw x 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Jr' gf? . L"'V lim: . . .. "-1, 1'i':1,,,.,3Fi."-' . ,W - . v" ,.f.-N Q' tj l 3 L, . - -Y. 11. im 4-wr' am I 'R bniiffl... . - Q..--A-.4 L-1 Members of the Class of Iq31 Adams, Elizabeth L. Adams, lVIary Sherwood . Adams, Rebecca C. .... . Albrech, Constance K. .. Allen, Marjorie Oliver . Alliger, Virginia L. Altsman, Mary Elizabeth Anderson, Florence L. .. Andrews, Alicia H. Averill, Elisazeth Averill, Isabel Coy Babcock, Virginia F. Bail, Elizabeth C. Barrett, Mary K. . . . . Barrows, Geneva M. . . . . Batchelder, Muriel G. . . . Beatty, Lois Fiske ..... Beaupain, S. Lillian .... Benware, Dorothy E. Best, Mildred lvl. .... . Betz, Barbara Jean .... Bicknell, Elizabeth A. Blackmer, hlary L. . . . . Blair, Isabel L. .... . Blunt, Ruth C. ...... . Bradley, Ruth W. Bronson, Alice F. . . . . Brosseau, Helene .... Brown, Harriet C. .... . Brown, Lilias L. ...... . Burdett, Marjorie Long Burke, Evelyn S. ..... . Burkey, Margaret ...... Captain, Jean L. Carpenter, Mary E. Carr, Rosemary ........ Carrick, Margaret Paige Carson, Susan D. ...... . Casey, Lucile H. . . . . Chapman, Marjorie . .. Clarke, L. Jeannette Cole, Margaret P. . . . Colton, Esther .. ...Berkley Pl., Buffalo, N. Y. . . . Long Lots Rd., Westport, Conn. . . .28 Winnemay St., Natick, Mass. . . .34 Groquois St., Rochester, N. Y. . . .Cayuga, N. Y. . . .Old Orchard Farm, Katonah, N. Y. .. ...14-22 Lincoln St., Portsmouth, Ohio. . . .32 8th Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. . . .1090 Madison Ave., Albany, N. Y. ...89 W. Division, Fond du Lac, VVis. . . .20 Van Vorst St., Utica, N. Y. . . .4 Lyford St., Worcester, lVIass. 1025 Wzlliiut St., Newton Highlands, lVIass. . . .3 Beauman St., Poultney, Vt. . . . 24 Ames Ave., Mittineague, Mass. . . . 9 Orchard Pl., Tenaily, N. J. . . . 129 S. Park Ave., Longmeadow, Mass. . . . 145 Terrace Ave., Port Chester, N. Y. . . .24 Second St., Newport, Vt. 722 Brookwood Rd., Hunting Ridge, Baltimore Md. I . . . Boscobel, Wis. ...84 Erie Ave., Newton Highlands, Mass. . . . 15 Beacon Ave., Holyoke, Mass. . . . 204 Orchard Ave., Lebanon, Ohio. ...Mountain Ave., Bound Brook, N. J. . . .County St., Seekonk, Mass. . . . 8506 169th St., Jamaica, N. Y. . . .57 Nahant Ave., Winthrop, Mass. . . .25 Barnes St., Gouverneur, N. Y. ...72 Guion Pl., New Rochelle, N. Y. .. .. . 116 40 Park Lane South, Kew Gardens, L. I. ...63 Grove St., Somerville, N. J. ...48 Netherwood Ave., Plainfield, N. J. . . .82 Elm St., Montclair, N. J. ...2016 Oakland Ave., Pueblo, Colo. . . . 40 Neoson Ave., Webster' Groves, Nlo. . . . 150 Main St., Montpelier, Vt. . . . Dellbrook, Riverton, Va. ...36 Ridgewood Ave., Irvington, N. J. . . . 29 Summer St., Westerly, R, 1. 124- Oak St., Binghampton, N. Y. ...3636 31st St., Long Island City, N. Y . . .222 Elm St., Montpelier, Vt. I187J 1 1 1 . 'x fi - w:H,J....1Lw - Q .Q 4. Pew. ' gf'2f35.I'.'fCii.,tn 511 I PM jar . 'L M .. 1 Nik- I T44 s i .f . . -. . 1 ., 'J-L-5 iv J ,I ,aw S, M . 1 Connors, Gladys B. . . . Cook, Elizabeth Jane . . Cooper, Ruth ...... Copeland, Sara F. . . . . Corey, Grace M. ...,.. . Cornwell, Helen Etti . . Cowell, Ruth F. ....... . Coyle, Elma J. ....... . Critchett, Frederika ..... Cunningham, Henrietta B Currier, Margaret ..... Curry, Constance H. .. Dammann, Ruth P. .. Darragh, Elizabeth G. .. Davis, Elizabeth E. .. Davis, Harriet J. Dein, Harriet K. ... Delnoce, Camille S. . . . Diserens, Alice E. . . . . Dorman, Frances H. .. Driver, Dorothy S. Eddy, Frances ..... Eddy, Helen E. . . . . Edwards, Helen K. Ellis, Sidonia H. Ells, Harriet E. .. Enberg, Helen G. .. Erlanger, Ruth J. .. Ernst, Jeanne A. Feicht, Florence L. . Fidler, Kathryn E. . . Fitts, Margaret .... Flagg, Charlotte J. Flint, Helen NI. .... . Florence, Maida L. .. . French, Eleanor H. .. Frost, Anna Adelaide .. Frost, Josephine ...... Gaehr, Dorothy ....... Gleason, Irene J. ...... . Goddard, Elizabeth L. A Goddard, Margaret A. .. Goertz, Helen G. .. . . Gooch, Florence B. .. . H528 Middle St., Portsmouth, N. H. m....... ' P110 .. 126 Ashland St., Melrose Highlands, Mass. .. R. F. D. No. 4, Alttleboro, Mass. ..Cornell Apt. 6, Richmond, lndiana. ..25 Slater Ave., Norwich, Conn. ..922 8th Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. . .302 N. Barry St., Olean, N. Y. . . .32 Sherman Ave., Glens Falls, N. Y. ..35 Arden Rd., Watertown, Mass. ..33 Greenvale Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. h Cunningham, Elizabeth V. .. . . ...292-1 Collingwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio. ..22 Townsend Rd., Belmont, Mass. .. 122 Nelson Ave., Peekskill, N. Y. . .58 LeGrande Ave., Tarrytown, N. Y. H255 College Ave., Beaver, Pa. . .104 State St., Seneca Falls, N. Y. ..301 Berkeley Rd., lllerion, Pa. . . 1-lonesdale, Pa. H63 Sycamore Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. ..3 Aragon Apts., Burnet Ave., Cincinnati, . .290 Upper Mountain Ave., Upper Montclair, N. J. . .Court Inn, Doylestown, Pa. ..82 Kirkstall Rd., Newtonville, lVIass. ..23 Beech St., East Orange, N. J. ..'llhe Old Mill, South Shaftsbury, Vt. ..159 Court St., Dedham, 1VIass. N38 France St., Norwalk, Conn. ..72 Salisbury St., Worcester, Mass. . .5127 VVaterman Ave., St. Louis, lVIo. . . 127 Van Houten Ave., Passaic, N. J. -1115 Portland St., Pittsburgh, Pa. . . 135 North Eighth St., Reading, Pa., . . 79 Pembroke St., Newton, Mass. ..Washington St., Holliston, Mass. ..37-l- King St., Port Chester, N. Y. ..l0316 Springfield Ave., Queens Village, ..80 Locust Ave., Amsterdam, N. Y. H809 President St., Brooklyn, N. Y. H809 President St., Brooklyn, N. Y. ..Aurora, N. Y. ..370 First St., Hackensack, N. J. . . 1229 South 27th St., W. Philadelphia, Pa. .. -10 Pleasant St., Woburn, Mass. ..-H--1 E. 66th St., New York, City. ..69 Ross Ave., Hackensack, N. J. fissj I O. N. Y 3 Lincoln Circle, Crestwood, N. Y. 3, Al' ' 1 . nil' , r,,K -,Jig -' p 'r .. . 1 , ,i MWA x I is N ,, ..1'fnrt,,,,-5..ivt1fs-steam. ,Er ,,,f,3ta ,..,. . Mg' ' 'Q ,,-' -Tilt-4-L... Q- J, f F C... f,,g,..g35ga..tHr----LJ Goodrich, Virginia NI. .. Graham, Bernice ..... Gray, Margaret G. . . . Greeley, Molly ....... . . . Green, Catherine L. .. .. Green, Elizabeth Alden . Grimes, Virginia M. L. . . Groben, Esther Claire .. Gruenewald, Katharine L. .. . . . . Guernsey, Jessie Elizabeth .. Hackett, Esther L. ..... . Hammond, Dorothy C. . . Harris, Catherine C. . . . . Hastings, Margaret . . Hengen, Rosma B. . . Hermes, Frances E. .. Hoell, Ada M. Holbrook, Dorothy .. Hollcran, Elsie A. ..... . St. George St., Duxbury CMillbrook P. OJ 162 Woodvale Ave., Prince Bay, N. Y. 3 Garden Rd., Brockton, Mass. 219 Elm St., Chevy Chase, Md. 120 S. Main St., Dolgeville, N. Y. 212 Ward St., New Brunswick, N. J. 75 St. Andrews Pl., Yonkers, N. Y. 71 Highgate Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 605 S. 71th St., Lafayette, Ind. 200 E. Locust St., lndependence, Kans. 111 Gem Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 1100 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 27 Doremus Ave., Ridgewood, N. J. 54- Alden St., Springfield, Mass. 112 6th St., N. W., Faribault, Minn. 139 Paine Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. 499 W. Bringhurst St., Germantown, Pa. I-1-061 Hyde Park Ave., Kansas City, Nlo. Holling, Mildred Eleanor . . . . . Holmes, Frances E. Holmes, Sara S. ..... . Howell, Anna V. ...... . . . Hughes, lwarjorie A. Hulse, Laura W. . . .. Hurrey, Jackson, Jackson, Jewett, Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson, Johnson Frances A. . . . . . . Mary H. .. Phyllis . . Elizabeth . . Alice A. .. Anne A. .... Elizabeth B. . . . Helen L. Isabelle W. . . Jones, Alfreda O. .. Jones, Jones, Keith, lylargaret S. . . . lVIartha L. .. Mary E. .. .. Kellogg, Eleanor H. . . . . King, Florice A. ....... . Klausmann, Magdalene P. .. Knapp, Anne ...... . . Koons, Louise .... Kruger, Ruth G. Kuyper, Cornelia .. Ladd, lVIary Evelyn .... -1-14 West -13rd St., New York City. 24 Marion St., Nlontpelier, Vt. Bar T-4 Ranch, Kinsey, lVIontana. Main St., Riverhead, N. Y. 1-1-23 Oneida St., Utica, N. Y. Auburn, Alabama. 100 Midland Ave., Montclair, N. J. 530 West Lovell St., Kalamazoo, Mich. 19 Beltwood Rd., Norwalk, Conn. 71 Woodland Rd., Auburndale, Mass. 67 Hillside Ave., Arlington, Mass. P. O. Box 243, North Wales, Pa. 4-1 Prospect St., White Plains, N. Y. ll East Third Ave., Warren, Pa. 90 Coligni Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. 27 West Court St., Cortland, N. Y. 11 Clay St., LeRoy, N. Y. 56 Bedford Rd., Schenectady, N. Y. 221 Lake St., Eau Claire, Wis. 161 Maple St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Alexander Sc Putnam Aves., White Plains, 27 Park Rd., Maplewood, N. J. 26 Davis St., Binghamton, N. Y. Seoul, Korea, Japan. Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan, Conn. 1059 Madisoli Ave., Paterson, N. J. 20 Franklin St., Barre, Vt. l189I Lk h 1 iii EH, firm 1 . , M ' " '51 - . , , , ,f S- I I ' 'WA x I 'i frjll W, Q ., ,Y gg ,.,,,::,.,g2g5'33,..tn:an1',..l, . ... .-.1 51- Lauckhardt, Elizabeth D. Leach, Margaret E. .... . LeClear, Virginia ...... Lewis, Elizabeth L. .. Lipman, Rose L. ..... . Little, Elizabeth G. Litzinger, Anne E. .... . Loomis, lldargaret H. Lovejoy, Olive M. .... . Ludwig, Anna L. . . . . Lundahl, Ruth W. . . . . Lyle, lVlina R. ....... . Lyman, Alice C. ...... . Lyman, Dorothy Giddings McCleary, Alberta G. . . . McClure, Frances L. McGovern, Elizabeth G. McKerihan, Jean ....... McMullen, Mary .... McWain, Mary Martin . Martin, Elizabeth ..... Matthews, Janet M. . . . Maxfield, 1VIary E. . . . . Meakim, lldelba A. ... Meck, Regina C. ..... . lVIendenhall, Virginia P. . Merwin, Theo Jane . .. Miclelfart, Elise W. .. lVIiller, Mary L. .... lVIinick, M. Evelyn .... Mogensen, Sonia ....... Montignani, Frances W. 1VIorgan, Florence A. . .. Morris, Florence ...... Mosher, Phyllis M. A. . . Newton, Virginia H. Nichols, Lydia A. . . . . Niven, Margaret C. . . . . Ostwald, Frances L. .. Page, Susan D. .... . Parker, Jane E. .. Paskus, Helen E. Pates, Adaline S. .... . Peek, Jean S. ......... . Petterson, T. Linnea G. . 10 Walworth Ave., White Plains, N. Y. 3-1 West lylain St., Orange, hflass. . . . . La Vale, Cumberland, Md. ....6l0 36th Ave., N., Seattle, Wash. . . . . 52 Firglade Ave., Springfield, lVIass. 18 West Avondale Ave., Youngstown, Ohio. 2-1-2 E. john St., Bedford, Pa. .. . . 732 W. Michigan Ave., Jackson, Mich. . . . . 31 Innis Ave., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 386 Fairview Ave., Orange, N. J. Oak St., Thomaston, Conn. . . . .223 Avon Rd., Narberth, Pa. . . . . 203 Hillside Ave., Glen Ridge, N. sl. .. .... 201 Main St., Easthampton, Mass. 51 Pineywoods Ave., Springfield, lliiass. . . . .Rockledge Rd., Wheeling, W. Va. .115 Dayan St., Lowville, N. Y. . . . . 1719 Second Ave., Altoona, Pa. ....359 Edison Ave., Detroit, Mich. . . . .20 Ross St., Batavia, N. Y. . . . . 311 Hammond St., Bangor, Me. . . . . 326 Sixth St., Escanaha, Mich. . . . .2405 West 17th St., Wilmington, Dela. . . . .'7th St., Bayside, N. Y. . . . .24-17 Second Ave., Altoona, Pa. ....319 Washington St., Peekskill, N. Y. .. . .5 South Main St., New 1VIilford, Conn. ....343 Gilbert Ave., Eau Claire, Wis. .330 Central St., Auburndale, Mass. . . . . 1608 No. 35th St., Birmingham, Ala. . . . . 1112 Evergreen Ave., Plainfield, N. J. .. .... 138 Archer Ave., Mt. Vernon, Y. ....67 Salter Pl., Nlaplewood, N. 102 Taylor St., VVest Brighton, Staten lsland, N Y . . . .228 Second St., Niagara Falls, N. Y. . . . . 10 Mt. Vernon St., Barre, Vt. .30 Grove Ave., Westerly, R. 1. . . . .443 Park Ave., East Orange, N. J. . . . . 168 Beach St., Stapleton, Staten lsland, N. Y. . . . . 128 Marlboro St., Boston, Mass. . . . . 188 Williams St., Belleville, Ont., Canada. .. . .-175 Stanley St., New Britain, Conn. F. D. No. 1, Wasliirigton, Pa. . . . . Hanover, Conn. ....Carlisle St., East Chelmsford, Mass. 51903 l 1 E 1 L I r 1 A "W st- -f - Mm ' 5. if-,U ,-6-' I I . I I f ,. -. f lx, F A - P i ii if Q r f' if "-- 'imnlfffp Radner, Nlinnie .... Ramage, Mary R. .. Randall, Lois E. .. Rasquin, Priscilla Raymond, Ruth E. .. Reed, Edith lvl. Reed, Janice M. ...... . Rhoades, Prudence L. Richter, lVIabel1e S. Rieder, Natalie G. . . .. Roderick, Marguerita Rommel, Elizabeth .. Rope, Elizabeth B. .. Ross, Eleanor A. Rouse, Sylvia B. . . . Ryder, lVIary E. . .. Sackett, Laura K. Saltman, Eva ..... Sanderson, Ruth J. . . . Sanford, Peggy .... Sanger, Margaret Scheel, Susan 1. ..,. . Scheuer, Lucile M. Scott, Marian H. . . . . Scoville, Dorothea F. . . Searls, Ramona M. .. Sedgwick, Elizabeth A Shaw, Lydia G. .... . Sherts, Barbara F. ..... . Shirley, Dorothy Nlay Silbon, Helen H. .... . Simons, Janet H. . . . . Simonson, Eleanor R. Sinclair, Shirley M. Slow, Dorothy Jane . . . Smeltzer, Marjorie R. Smith, Louise ....... Smith, Winona E. .. . Snow, Isabella C. . . . . Sowle, Esther lyl. Spence, Cecil Adelia . Spinney, Rachel E. . . . Springer, Lois E. .... . Starr, Sarah DeForest Steele, Isabel .... . . 109 Jackson St., Holyoke, lVIass. 1158 Northampton St., Holyoke, Mass. Highland, N. Y. Freedom, N. H. 23 Revere St., Lexington, Mass. 341-09 Duvall Ave., Baltimore, Md. 1735 Portage Ave., South Bend, Ind. 806 Stinard Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 420 East 88th St., New York City. Livingston Ave., Roseland, N. J. 20 Navarre Apt. Gilbert Ave., Cincinnati, O. 90 Sunnyside Ave., Pleasantville, N. Y. Andover, Conn. R. F. D. No. 1. 24 Douglas Rd., Glen Ridge, N. J. -1-M Chestnut St., Nashua, N. H. Sound View Gardens, Apt, -14B lVIamaroneck, N. Y. 373 White St., Springfield, Mass. 185 Brown Ave., Holyoke, llflass. 56 Hartford St., Newton Highlands, Mass. 84 Lenox Ave., Bronxville, N. Y. 23 Beverly Pl., Jamestown, N. Y. Rosemawr, Passaic, N. Y. 236 Colfax Ave., Scranton, Pa. 618 Tremont Ave., Westfield, N. J. 2150 Plaza, Schenectady, N. Y. Oakfield, N. Y. 159 Ravine Drive, Highland Park, lll. 4-03 7th Ave., Asbury Park, N. J. 205 Manor Ave., Millersville, Pa. 38 Oak St., Middletown, Conn. 124 E. Broadway, Port Jefferson, L. 1. Chestnut Rd., Glenside, Pa. 21 Orchard Pl., New Rochelle, N. Y. 87 Ellis St., Brockton, Mass. 256 Winona Ave., Detroit, Mich. 1112 Dean St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 76 Riverside Drive, Binghamton, N. Y. Kings Highway, Darien, Conn. 1577 Beacon St., Brookline, Mass. 14 Romeyn Ave., Amsterdam, N. Y. 208 Argyle Rd., Brooklyn, N. Y. 832 Hickory St., SpringHeld, Mass. 150 River Bluff Rd., Elgin, lll. South Windsor, Conn. 13 North Boulevard, Mittineague, Mass. 11911 i ,Mi -.. 4-Q N., K . -Liam ig? .Qi i '11 '18 A iii .. 1 1 -if ' Q, eff?--an-..f.i1wf:"-1-21,7 .1 ,M c.. W-'mfs' . F Stevens, Josephine O. . Stewart, Kathryn 1. . . . Stotz, Olga J. .... . Streeter, Helen L. .. Streeter, Jean R. .... . Stuckless, 1VIarion L. .. Sumner, Helen ....... Sweet, Katherine C. .. Swenarton, Helen .... Swisher, Helen M. . . . 37 Williams Lane, Chevy Chase, Kld. 200 Francis St., Youngstown, Ohio. 219 Pierce St., Easton, Pa. 701 California Ave., Oakmont, Pa. 701 California Ave., Oakmont, Pa. 20 Woodland Ter., Yonkers, N. Y. 294- Wentworth Ave., Lowell, Nlass. 91 lXf1ulberry St., Springfield, lklass. 30 Clinton Ave., lVIap1ewood, N. J. -1-10 Sunset Rd., VVaterloo, lowa. Taff, lV1aurine E. ...... .... 6 38 N. Mzxiri St., Canton, 111. Taylor, Emily R. D. .. Taylor, Jeannette R. .. Maple Ave., Pine Bush, N. Y. 63 lV1elrose Pl., 1VIontc1air, N. J. Taylor, Solinda B. ....... .... 6 19 Bankers, Bond Bldg., Birmingham, Ala. Thompson, Dorothy D. Thompson, Ruth G. .. Thornburg, Catherine L. 1090 'VValnut St., Newton Highlands, lkiass. . i 168 Pineywoods Ave., Springfield, 1V1ass. . .... 65-1 6th Ave., Huntington, W. Va. ,111CC1C1I12ll1l1, Vera G. . . . . . . . . lVIilbrook, Greenwich, Conn. Toedter, Gertrude E. . Torrens, Iva F. .. . . . . . . .... 2811 Sedgwick Ave., New York City. . . . . 110 Sheridan Ave., Nledford, lVIass. Trafton, Helen R. ...... .... 3 23 lV1inot Ave., Auburn, 1We. '1'revorrow, Ruth L. Trout, Jane VV. ..... . Turner, Elizabeth .. Wacker, Dorothy . . . Wadhams, Ruth .... Waite, Beatrice L. VVa1lace, Emilie NI. .. Third St., Jeddo, Pa. ....209 Van Vranken Ave., Schenectady, N. Y. ....-180 Lathrop Ave., River Forest, Ill. . . . . .115 Prospect St., Staten Island, N. Y. ....3l21 Corydon Rd., Cleveland Hts., Ohio. . . . . 18 Summit Ave., Larchmont, N. Y. . . . .-16 S. Vaughn St., Kingston, Pa. Walter, Gertrude F. .... Orlando Ave., Ardsley, N. Y. Walters, Elizabeth R. .... 211 Biddle St., VVarren, Pa. Ward, Esther G. ..... ...cfo Dr. hflark Ward, 20 Oak Ter., Newton Highlands, Mziss. ' VVarren, Ruthena F. ..... .... 2 -1 Mountford Rd., Newton Highlands, hflass. Waterman, hlargaret B. . . . . . . . 192 Beacon St., Athol, Mass. Weil, '1'. Juliana .... . . . .... 33 East -18th St., New York City. Whalin, Nlarion L. ..... .... 2 18 South St., Southbridge, Nlass. VVi1de, Louise K. ....... .... 2 20 Pleasant St., Concord, N. H. Wilson, hlargaret R. . VVirtz, Anna I. ..... . VVitty, Frances E. .. Woods, Jane E. . . . . VVright, Lydia ....... .. .... 2-12 E. Tremont Ave., New York City, . 113 88th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. .62 Elizabeth Ave., Hempstead, L. 1. . . . .340 Common St., Belmont, Nlass. . . . .63 Penn Ave., Crestwood, N. Y. J Zalenski, Elizabeth S. .. . .... 20 1ine Ave., Thorndike, MZISS. 11921 .'j::f!,,QX I a mn.,-fEf+z'.1w5,m': mu-1' f--1. - s .... I 7 I . . . 1 ' V "f, ' - X 'R A ,lk V L. ' M 'sv A 9- ' W'-gl ' Q" ,M - ' Hia? - a l lx I . N 1 P P W I 4 l Y T x L193J ! M wi .t ' A. 'ff7'i' 'Q u , kgs' ,l 'lx x it y . liar, I I 'Rh ,J . ?.s-1!il:,iv-31 A .. x .JA E .Aa gfvw-Wi-'54i143f?9'ira-:FP1W5Z'H73' . . f.. Ns!--s vtl-'-:MQS i-.aWi'm""""j3 4-3 -.,, 'ws my Q Z -1 ll, F' M. f-uf -,--Y fs.. Gleanings from the Greenhorns' Grab-Bag B.RroH'r SAYINGS or 'runs CHILDREN f'1'he Grab-Bag will pay 555.00 for each saying of the children published.j Stuckless: Hlfverything l do seems to be in the way of studying." Capt. Harry Davis Cat hockey practicel: "I-Ialfbacksl Run up and cover your insides!" Fannie Freshman C3598 was paid for thisl : "Sing a song of sixpence "Buying food at Glessieisg A pocket full of dough- Junior Luncheon, too. Soon the pocket's empty- lsn't that a silly thing Where'd the money go? For little girls to do ?" P. S. Keep your eyes on Fannie. We feel that future contributions ought to admit her to the exclusive ranks of the real poets of America. MY Mos'r EMBARRASSING lVIOMl5N'l' fThe Grab-Bag guarantees these to be true and unrevised versions of Embar- rassing Nlomentsl. "Suffering from a severe toothache, l had taken to Chapel with me a match, on one end of which was a piece of cotton soaked in lotion. Just at the most solemn part of the address, the match scraped against something and lit. Everyone gasped and stared, and I was SO embarassed."-J. G. "I was walking around Upper Lake the other day with all the neighborhood dogs rollicking boisterously at my heels. Soon I met Miss M-r-s who also had a couple of large dogs bounding about her. l remarked conversationally, 'l see you have a couple of raucous hounds trailing you, too.' "These are Miss VVoolley's dogs,' she said. l was SO embarrassed."-lVI. N. I19-lil .NY Ms, . mt.. 'X :Yl'LZ?"' 'fi' M ,sd , skin 'Xb gs' fi . , 4, I . f' I' . ,,,m'....CLfYaq,,,5!1.Myf,x:mg4,fB- 4 ' " K wx.-'glfsz-.s,.qfQv.iiQg,,nm'A.,......D .,....3 -mf. on, Q ,Q .14 , rg W. ,...,.--- L....,. ' fidf S '1' 1 I is Po lz'r's Coax ISR f'l'his section of the Grab-Bag is devoted to the Rlusej. Lullaby Sleep, little Freshie, thy neighbors have left thee, And calm has descendedg at last thou canst rest. Next door they are noisily typing a paper, But sleep, little Freshie, so safe in thy nest. Sleep, little Freshie, the water is dripping And oozing beneath thy cold radiator, Which croons rather loudly a lullaby soothing, So sleep, little Freshie, and worry no more. Sleep, little Freshie, your fifty-six hours And thank your good luck for each twice precious minute, The time will soon come when your station in life XVilI advance, but you're warned that there is no rest in it. XVITH 'rms XVORLD-NVIDIE NV.'xN1J1sRisR C'l'he Grab-Bag invites accounts of their journeys from distinguished travellersj. 1931 7il'II'l'l'I.V-,J IUIIIIUIYIIIIII in 'lien Shar! Sl'l'II!'.V Scene l-- lin Route Danny Slow arrives on the spot rather breathless and disheveled and leaps aboard as they haul in the gang plank. CVVC wanted to make a pun here about there not being anything slow about Danny, once she got SflU'fl'If, but feared it was below the tone of our travelogue. YVC have made note of it however, in case there are those who might enjoy a good pun.J Having waved a sad farewell to the old liberty gal, Virginia Alliger invades the bridge and tells the captain a few things about running the boat. iweanwhile, Selinda is finding out that loves thrives on the ocean with the help of mysterious, short, light men, and Helene Brosseau decides that it would be more picturesque not to be sea-sick, since that seems to be the thing that is being done. Lois writes things down in her little book. Scene ll - lfngland Ruth Blunt receives a medal for having survived the rigors of an American country college. Sandy gets quite a rush from brother sergeant-at-arms in the linglish '. army. , H Jessie Guernsey orders her burial plot in WCStlUiHStCl' Abbey, while Lyd Shaw leads "Oh come let us whisper in your ear" for the Prince of VVales. Clfsther XVard decides to land said gentlemanj. Harry Davis decided out loud that the channel was a cinch, and the channel sub- sided. 51951 1 i A-'fi M f 4,2 I ' 53.151,-' AH' gg,- -'..i.,E,,ii I Q- I nlgx ft' , ,mx . M t . , I , J A . yi ct Scene III - France Sallv, astride a bucking broncho, makes a triumphal entry into Paris amidst tumultuous cheers of welcome, and talks French as fast as she can talk. Frances Eddy and Teddy Critchett tea in all the fashionable cafes in Paris. "Weedy" Smith climbs the Eiffel tower, because, she says she "doesn't want to miss a thing." Jean Streeter doesn't say much, but she sees a lot. lVIollie Ramage gets all excited thinking about how hard it must be for the French people to understand all that foreign language in their papers. It takes so long to translate it into linglish. ' i Scene IV - Switzerland lVIary Carpenter addresses the League of Nations and brings down the house! Scene V - Italy Juliana is welcomed home by all her royal ancestors and lVIussolini gives her the key to Italy. Sue Scheel carries on a brilliant conversation with an Italian entirely with her hands, while Billy Wilde, close at hand, figures up how many centisimos in an American dollar, and decides they'll have to quit buying souvenirs or they won't have enough money to get home. Margziret Hastings has heard about a coin with the date 60 B. C. on it in a museum in Rome. She walks five miles to see it. Y Scene VI -On the lVIediterranean Camille Delnoce thinks that Europe is all that it's cracked up to be. Scene VII- Ifgypt Pat lVIcClure shows the Ifgyptians how it is done! Kay Babcock and Bobbie Sherts get off some good ones about the beauty and symmetry of the Sphinx. Scene VIII - Spain Anne Knapp falls for a Spanish bull fighter, and IVIollie Greeley is afraid she'll never be satisfied until she's tried that noble sport. Scene IX - En Route Back Barbara Jean Betz 'keeps the foreigners posted on "What's What in America". ,lane and Henny are the life of the party. Scene X - Home Again Alicia Andrews and Ruth Raymond incorporate the collective experience in a brilliant travelogue, which they send to 'Ihe Grab-Bag, only to find to their dismay, that the story had already been covered by an enterprising reporter. I196l ,, 1, , ,. -N ,Kg-,W 1-f-n--+-rv-y'1'7"" l-I-1-"I wr FTW 1 pl T1 V b!N'W N J , 1 r 1U N. CTI ITIES ii "C- ' vu Ae"l'-5ii,:l""""i' kr y r . ' 135 I 'M .+f"', ' 5 ' 3 .. , ' ' X ' .M . M I ' -il 7- , H I ,,, -If -X., A K A QA y N il E :Ziff ,Q 1, .- .' it-5--ii -r' 4- . 4 .,i. y .. .W - ,, Q. 1 "I Y w "ff39F"E'fLQfvl?ffI':i:""ml" . , . Y, The Community Officers President . . . . lVIary E. VVoolley Cluzirmau . Anne Noble '28 Vice-Clmirnmn . lVIary Budd '29 Secretary . . Priscilla Prior '29 Treasurer Shirley Andrews '30 Song Leader . Elizabeth Ross '29 CHAIRMEN OF COMMl'l"l'lilQS Conference . . Anne Noble '28 Nominating . . Anne Noble '28 Celnxux . . . Dorothy lVIacdonald '28 Communiiy Chesl Helen Bonser '28 Fimmpg . Elizabeth Coster '28 S. fl. H. . Emily Baldwin '28 Vocational . . Jane Allen '28 Library . Doris Douglas '28 Curriculum Edith Clark '28 111991 m -. H3ii..,..isfi+9 . x, he . ae., I fx sg.: I , fl ,w-' :-rf. X W ' 'll' , ,1Qg.,.mtc1'........,J ,HD W, W t V JY. 14 gg .,., .--.. I The Judicial Board Clmirmrm ..... Lydia Ransom' 28 MEMBERS Miss Litzinger ' Kathryn Rothwell '29 Margaret Prest '29 lVIarjorie Hill '30 Frederica Botsford '28 Nliss Ellis Bfiglllllll . . Hillside North Hillsizle Soufh . lllmzl . IJIYITSIIIIX . Porter . . Rorhffellfr North Rockefeller Suufh Safforrl . . lfVila'w' . Cowles .luzlsorz . Kellogg . . ljezzrsons' A mufx Smitlzville Group Byron Smifh Hitrllcofh South Cotingf' S y U1 Ill o rex . l4'oo1lbri1lgr Group lgflllylllllll llllllllllflllll Vie Hflllllfblllllgf 'IU HOUSE PR1f:s11.JicN'1's Harrier Davis '31 . . . . . - lVIary Frances Logan . Dorothy Willits . Gertrude Mueller Mildred Routh ' 3 28 28 28 28 Dorothy Croy 28 28 28 28 28 28 ! J ! 7 Dorothy Davis Mary Buffum . Mary Ballard Matliilde Kuesel . . . . . Elizabeth Kirkwood SOPHOMORE HOUSES . . . Ellen Shattuck '28, Rhoda Bigelow 30 . . . . Jane Allen '28, Berta Rogers 30 . jane Allen '28, Elizabeth Broomhead 30 . Martha Reed '28, Georgia Locke '30 . . . . Ellen Shattuck '78 . . Mary Thomson '30 - . Constance Harrigan '30 . . . . Virginia Grimes '30 . Harriet Allen '28, Virginia Cushman 30 . . . . Josephine Evans 28 - . . Helen Taylor 30 30 30 3 l 7 9 7 3 7 ! 3 7 ! Louise Sproule - - ., Elizabeth Delano ' lzool l 4 4 A-R M. -x 4 ' WBA?-an aff-'H-LX' . ' 9 . lg! u , Lrkzzs. nh". fi? .i , H I D Mi 'lx ' -'wb 2317 'ii 5 A :aff X .. 1we--TYI?3fYiiwQ2WffE?i1Yi?'l3Hl5?- Q. ' V ' .. c 1, wgiggiswtlgis as---3 "uw -Q,-,n r N, fn- HL.----f The Young Womenis Christian Association OFFICERS AND CABINET CIPIIPVIII Slfwftrzry lJf'l'A'iIll'lIf . ,',il'l'-l,l'l'XiI1l'llf . 7'fl'Il5Ill'P!' . fls.vi.vf11r1t- 7'l'?lI.Vlll'l'!' Serrftfujy flleetings lfxlensfoll . Wforlrl l'lI'11fI'LUA'llif? . IJIIIIIPIIJ' Ser'1'ir1' Sofia! S1'r1'i1'e Siberia! IIlf1'I'l'.l'f.Y f20 I J I L Mary Custis Foster Harriet B. Cottlc '28 Mary E. Reynolds ,29 Marjorie Davis '28 Elizabeth Perry '29 Ruth P. lW:n'1'iott '30 Edith Clark '28 Frances Smith '28 Edna V. Dawson '28 Eloise Andrews '30 Katherine Lewis '29 Evelyn Best '28 Alice M. Kimball '28 lVI:u'ion Emerson '29 Rhoda Gilpatric l29 um, V-- - .Q 'MMM S? X Llc., ' ,557 If I Pe: still? ' .lygiw qu. rg? n W.,..,4XH:i,,,gv,,'5.-gyg.5Qu,f5gqh?.i5z. v I W - A I .a.L9.fLf5:.:,imv1rgkwvanl -..D . .... ,MU .w,,,,, will Q I gif? ...,. . Tlwe Debating Council Chairman . Harriet Allen '23 Secretary-Treasurer Mary Keirstead '29 Senior Melzrber Helen lVIoats '28 Junior Merrzbez' - Ruth Tenlly '29 Sophonmre Melrlbrlr ....... Mary Sulloway '30 IN'1'lfRCOLLlfGlATlC DEBATE MIll'lfll 17, 1928 Snbjert: Resolved, that a tutorial system similar to that at Harvard be adopted in all Liberal Arts colleges. i flml'llIIlfl7'l' Mount Holyoke vs. Radcliffe. Won by Mount Holyoke at lVIount Holyoke Speakers Catherine Snell '30 Bonnie Bell Guernsey '30 Negfliifve Connecticut Vs. Mount Holyoke. Won by Connecticut at Connecticut - Speakers Ruth Tenny '29 Helen Sheldon '29 12021 l fi l 4 . I .5 1 1 I 2 M 'Mm n r , 'ax 15? ' .. si 'Y z. gg-:Q 'I' L ll? y ls li ffgvflil ..l1N:,,,Q.w2QH5,Y0,m.y-.'Z12- :f H. 4., fm- wwaf:gjfg1gvs.'p.,l,.v V' 'S -'-4 JX"w,-1. --,,., Q , - nv ' " . ..- f--.Nl 'C' 4: J Rmb 1. I .. Delta Sigma Rlmo President Caroline Keeler '28 Secretary Ruth Tenny '29 MEMBERS Constance Hyslop '28 Anne Noble '28 Lydia Ransom '28 l2031 -rf . . ,,,,,:g.s MM at--:..i,.Ea - fo -5-Q N 'H . tk 15' . ' , .gjii I. If .. glllfk ,.- V M! ,. rtguvuilmfsu' ' Y " C 'ffslii iYPZ,Q1iQQl5KifCN1m... ww? .AE ,.,, Nf:....,ur,5 .NA-gal C. -I F' ..-, wp ,..,,- ,,M,.,,,.. lVIary Keirstead Katherine Smith Elizabeth Adams Harriet Allen Evelyn Best Helen Bonser Edith Clark ' Mary T. Buffum Harriet Cottle Margaret Cristodoro Elizabeth Gardner Elizabeth l-Iargan Barbara Hewitt Lucretia Ilsley Caroline Keeler Alice Kimball Helen Moats Olive Perrigo Beatrice Petterson Elizabeth Robinson Helen Symons Bertha Vandries Katherine Wills Virginia Apgar Mary Baker Betty Brandt Mary Budd Louise Burton Ruth Butler Doris Clark Florence Cuthbert Hester Esson Emilia Gitzen Katherine Haring Mary Ellen Hayes lnternational Relations Club MEMBERS janet Hirst Mary Keirstead Margaret Lockwood Asenath Graves Margaret Hall Margaret Murray Helen Mason Cynthia Quackenbush Marion Smith Ruth Tenny Mary Warren Alice Welch Beatrice VVolfson Elizabeth Young Mary Aiken Margaret Ames Mary Conard Bonnie Belle Guernsey Evelyn Harrington Leuella Hart Marguerite Houle Ruth Hones Ifleanor Meyers Dorothy Meyers Mary Michel Miriam Phelps Alice Purrington Dorothy Ryder Catherine Snell Katherine Smith Kate Street Mary Sulloway Helen Talbot 52041 . . l,I'l?.YIll'l'l1f S etwftzzry-Trmsurer Helen Taylor Gwendolyn Thomas Estelle Thompson Harriet Vera Emiline Webster Katherine West Elizabeth Van Dis Annette Lundquist Elizabeth Averil Muriel Batchelder Ruth Cooper Jeanne Ernst Virginia , Goodrich Claire Groben Catherine Grun jessie Guernsey Mildred l-Iolling Sonia Mogensen Margaret Niven Adaline Pates Rose Lipman Dorothea Scoville Ruth Wadhams Esther VVard Juliana Weil Margaret Wilson Virginia Cushman Mary Maury Fitzgei ald Miss Ellis Miss Putnam Miss Neilson Miss Hyslop Miss Tatlock 41' 'ge E? . gnws. uh. - Jr. , V36 ' , e J A " " ' , ,I I , l 5 51 TQM. , ' K ' Q' Q ws: .,....:, -W f J, w F e, The Cosmopolitan Clulo Elsa Barnouw PI'f'5ifI'f?llf Sgfrpmry YUI1-Ching H1110 Treasurer Jeanne Jeanneney MEMBERS Harriet Cottle Katherine Budd Frances Smith Margaret Murray Eunice Hail Mary Warren Esther Ward Marian Phelps Sally Holmes Louise Koons Ai-fong Yang Sungsil Kim Helen Gaw Etsu Kitani Mary Sulloway Tanetta Vester Elizabeth Trocme l2051 ! l l 'Z'-. t?"4,fT4" "J . lf A w . ,z,4M,l52 , ,.M..,4nFY:f,,g1,fz,rQ5?3ps5fi,,l ' f - 4' N wif .Fw-Aziifflg-MQ-.Q-vfil --, -we Q if in -.N f-v -.-A ' ilk- L The FO1'LlI'1'1 Cl1airm11n . Ruth Tenney '29 Trmsurer . Audra Arnold '30 Nliss Joy " ' ' 141 ' ' I . . . Illtlllfj, 1 'ZJISUIS 1 MISS Lltzmger EXECUTIVE CONIMITTEIQ Helen Bonscr '28 Elizabeth Rcyolds '28 Dorothy Moore '29 Katherine Patrick '29 Amy Shurpless '30 Esther Wnrcl '31 52061 4 'll- y 49+ A f' lm 5 ' 41 X ff 1:n5t1'wm?5sm- my ' - -42 Y v 1. Wy 1 -,.4,W-,i...,.Iy,,., 1..NgJ Q vw., L L' F i "1 'T .9 n if 'km lf? ' . A A E ' 1 it iff' The Silver Bay Clula MARY REYNOLDS, Elizabeth Adams Harriet Allen Evelyn Best Ruth Bleckwell Edith Clark Frances Cope Theodora Cope Harriet Cottlc Ruth Douglas Edna Dawson Emily Ellis lVIary Custis Foster Katherine Goodman Elizabeth Ham Ai-fong l207j Ya Lrvlzlzfr, 1927 Rena Higdon Pearl Hawkins Edith Keeler Yun-Ching lwao Lydia Ransom Elizabeth Ross Frances Smith Katherine Smith Charlotte Towle Bertha Vandries Virginia Wallace Elizabeth Ward Nlargaret Weiner' Hazel VVilday ng .-VW.. y :',1g,, - fm!-..r 'mi qwlimlfgmiuatvh 1 W J" 'Hi i L.,,TCZwJl YM ,ffl I ge L I . '.r . 4.-.1 xv -.w-a 'L 1 s Prizes PHI BETA KAPPA PRIZE SCHOLARS Katherine Alice Burton, 1927 Eileen Agatha Murphy, 1928 ANNA c. IQDWARDS PRIZE I Caroline Keeler, 1928 Lydia Ransom, 1928 JESSIE GOODWIN SPAULDING LATIN SCHOLARSHIP Dorothy Gardner, 1928 Jeannette Alice Nebel, 1928 JESSIE GOODVVIN SPAULDING LATIN PRIZE Ruth Irving Harris, 1930 SIGMA THETA CHI ALUMNAE POETRY PRIZE Agnes Moss, 1928 Constance Nlercer Klugh, 1930 Caroline Keeler, 1928 FLORENCE PURINGTON PRIZE Shirley Andrews, 1930 KATHRYN IRENE GLASCOCK MEMORIAL POETRY PRIZE Martha Ellen Hodgson, 1929 HELEN F. KIMBALL AWARD Margaret VVinslow Hall, 1929 Mary Holbrook Russell, 1927 Shirley Knight Heltzen, 1929 KATHRYN C. MeFARLAND AVVARD Helen Pond Phillips, 1927 IVIary Holbrook Russell, 1927 MERRILL PRIZE Lewella VVhitney Hart, 1930 Miriam Phelps, 1930 Phyllis Marjorie Merrill, 1930 Amy Elizabeth Sharpless, 1930 Katherine Louise Sproule, 1930 NEW YORK TIMES INTERCOLLEGIATE CURRENT EVENTS PRIZF Anne Amelia Noble, 1928 THEASARAH STREETER CUP Rebecca Hamlin, 1927 Dorothy Smeltzer, 1928 rzosj 0'1" 'gal 'lu ,Hi My S? , L+-'s..A,l .-J . ' - 'sg' ' . F - ..v.AiYa:t..'Q5n,?His,a5fQi-lit':- vi l 4 ' " ,-1 Qlf"I7 MY "" -fi:-""u-fs "NL: V J' M- 'Ag-. L A at S -0-14' -,-': ,Q an nu-S '41- T 1-as-' ,pp 1 '...'.-.. -v gl' I in- Q l -l 'Q -11 ...fi .....g,-.....,u. sn'g','Q. ...' .'-' s ru, s-.-'Yu ,li ..- ' -,-"X -s...-. I - . .-5.10. . 1-- - , . 1, Iv . f , .1 .3 , --,. l ' , ln: :1:"- I we-Z1"' X.,--. ..., NI lf lil l l,l'!'.l'l!ll'lIl . llflary A. Elizabeth Adams Eleanor Allen Katherine Auryansen Margaret Ball Viola F. Barnes Bertha Blakeley Ralph P. Boas Blanche B. Boyer Blanch E. Brotherton Leslie G. Burgevin Barbara Chapin Katherine Chase Alzada Comstock Cornelia C. Coulter M. Gertrude Cushing Ellla S. Dickinson Ethel B. Dietrich Ruth E. Dyer Alice H. Farnsworth Florence YV. Foss Mary Custis Foster Phi Beta Kappa acres ns frat: rAcum'Y ANU STAFF lf. Woolley St't'1'1'Im'y Doris Garey Mrs. Marjorie B. Greenbie Caroline B. Greene Marian Hayes Samuel P. Hayes Frances E. Haynes Amy Hewes Ellen C. I'IlllSLlZ!lC Gertrude S. Hyde Beatrice Hyslop Alfaretta jackson Aryncss joy Roma Kauffman Kathleen Lynch julia McDonnell Bernice Maclean Mildred Noble Belle Otto Florence Purington S. Emily Serex Mary I.. Sherrill . Blanche E. Brotherton Sarah E. Smith Ada L. F. Snell Alice P. Stevens Louisa S. Stevenson Alma G. Stokey Ellen B. Talbot Mignon Talbot Abby H. Turner Louise B. VVallace Mary M. Wentworth Mrs. Harriet F. Whicher Lau1'a H. XVild Mary G. NVilliams Anne S. Young .-l.f.w4'iaI1' MI'I!IllI'l'.V Florence Adams Helen C. Flint Nellie Goldthwaite Clara Stevens lXfIElVIBERS OF 'l'HlC CLASS OF 1027 7 Dorothy Augusta Hollman Mary Balentine Anderson Catherine Luina Baldwin Hope Broome Katherine Alice Burton Elizabeth Dyer Ruth Elizabeth Fairman Miriam Southwell Farley Annabelle C. Fitzsimmons Mary Xanpghan Fulton Doris Bates Garey Elizabeth lloyle Gay Alice Gondhue Dorothy' Boyd Graves M abcl 'lla rlakenden Grosvenor Elizabeth Hastings Dorothy Carleton Hewitt Mary Eleanor Howland Erminie Greene Huntress llarriette Wilder Patey Frances Regina Rice Catherine Sophronia Stillln: l.ucy Clark Street NIEMBICRS OF 'l'HlC CLASS UF 1928 Edith Clark Caroline Keeler Anne Snyder ' - ' - El'l A Ti tha Mur why Margaret Catherine NVeeber Margaret Harland Lucretia Little llsley 1 een gl 1 Barbara Waters Smith mol -'gilt MW r - QP' - 'S' . gr. , 411. .-ew. ' 'I . 1 , Q I it 'E I . I Fellows Katherine Alice Burton, Holder of tlze linrzlwrll lllemorifll Fellowslzip. A.B. Nlount Holyoke College, 1927. English and English Literature. Radcliffe College. Eleanor Dewey lVIason, Holder of the '86 l"eIlo-zuxlzip. A.B. lVIount Holyoke College 1919. A.M. Wellesley, 1921. Physiology, Harvard Medical School. Roberta Teale Swartz, llolzler of the Hilary lf. lflfoolley lfellowslzip. A.B. Mount Holyoke College, 1925. A. M. Radcliffe, 1926. English Literature, Oxford University. Nlary Elizabeth Hartmen, Holrlzfr of 1905 l"ellow.vlzip. A.B. llflount Holyoke Col- lege, 1925. Botany and Chemistry, University of Nebraska. Ruth Elizabeth Fairman, Ifolrler of the l"r11mf1'.v M. Hazen lfellouwlziir. A.B. Moilnt Holyoke, 1927. Latin and Greek, Bryn Mawr College. Elizabeth Pickering Odell, Holder of the ldlllllllllll? flssociation Fellowslzip. AQB. Nlount Holyoke, 1924. A.lVl. lVIount Holyoke, 1926. Religious Education, Union Theological Seminary. Frances Regina Rice, flolzler of the Pntrifk lllemorial Srholrzrslzip for Social Belief'- menf. A.B. Mount Holyoke College, 1927. Unemployment lnsurance, Toynbee Hall and London School of Economics. Elizabeth Burnett Speare, Holder of flze lflizabetlz Lowe Svlzolrzrslzifw. A.B. lVIount Holyoke College, 1927. Immigration Problems, New York School of Social Wo1'k and Columbia University. M8fy l..yO1'l SCl"tOl8I'S WITH HIGH HONOR lylary Balentine Anderson .... Englixlz Liferaflue Jeannette Havens Bromley . English Literature Katherine Alice Burton . . English Elizabeth Dyer . . Clzelllixtry Ruth Elizabeth Fairman . . Latin Doris Bates Garey . . linglislz Dorothy Boyd Graves . . lift and drclzaeology Dorothea Augusta Hollmann . Chemisiry Erminie Greene Huntress - - . liilfliiml llisfory nml Literature 12101 -GW' 'W .flghrir if ,.,, "3- :Egg- HW . dv N li t -- 2. 1 1 aa, s U +1 ff il fGl':p.I,g,df ' '- fi - ,' 1uvf'f-1-17423-vivaQbblA3fww.g-'fB- Qi' Al al 1 -ffm-.Fsz-.s:i3e,Q'ltax:,q-,t.1s1a1......aa sa..-3 ww-. -W c J, :iv W ,..,,-ft,,...,.-- L..,,, Catherine Luina Baldwin Hope Broome . . Lena Pearl Fullerton . Mary Vaughan Fulton . Mabel Harlakendon Grosvenor . . Elizabeth Hastings . . Dorothy Carleton Hewitt hflary Eleanor Howland . Florence Montgomery Margaret Eleanor Neill Lillian Ida Nelson . Ebba Sofia Olson . Anne Fitzhugh Parker Frances Regina Rice . Laura Jean Rodgers . Catherine Sophronia Stillman Edith West . . . Mary Emily VVoolley W1'l'H HONOR C I1 1' 111 ixfry Latin lfi.v1'ory 111111 I oIi1i1'11ISci1f111'e J Lllfill C l11'111i.vf1'y . l'll'1'lIl'll , Zoology . Sp1111islz . L11ii11 . li1o11o111irs 111111 Sociology . Clzelrlixfry . l'lI'l'Ill'1l . Hixtory llllll Polifiml SCiE'llL'6 . lf1'o11o111i17s and Sociology . Clll?I1liSf7'y Jsl1'o11o111y . llisrory 111111 Politiral S1'ie111:e HONORS IN COURSE Annabelle Catherine Fitzsimmons . . . Edna Caroline Fredrick . Alice Goodhue . Rebecca Bradley Jones Jean Joslyn . . Harriette Wilclcr Patey Emily Phillips Payson Winnifred Forclyn Ross Lucy Clark Street . lldarian Welker linglii-11 lf ll glish l'll'1'IIl'll . fll11fl1f11111ti1's . dx1ro11o111y . llibliml Hisfory llllll I1ifl?l'IlfIl7'l? Jr! 111111 flr1'l111e1ogy English Lit1'r11t111'e . Bfbliral History 111111 Literrzturze . Ifibliml History 111111 Literature . .flrt llllll Ar1'h111foIogy Sarah Williston Schola Edith Highland Alexander Elizabeth Lucy Colburn Katherine Elizabeth Dixon Hester Muriel Esson Rachel Belle Freeman Margaret Mary Gentz Charlotte E. Goodfellow Asenath Libby Graves Margaret Caldwell Grierson Margaret Winslow Hall Martha Ellen Hodgson Nora Leona Hogan Margaret Lockwood Katherine Eleanor Mayer Nlargaret Elizabeth Murray Abba Verbeck Newton Elizabeth Kimball Parks Phillippa Charles Patey Kathryn Phelps Rothwell Margaret Esther Schofield l211fI FS Marion Lucile Slemons lllarion Lane Smith Margaret Emery Stevens Margaret Stief Ruth Zabriskie Temple Marjorie Tuck Diary Keith Warren Anne Levering White Elizabeth Merrill Young . .gh . I Xxx if . A, w .. . I - 'if a' .0 My - vw ...V J, . M -- ,,. ljnfxizlfflll SI'l'!'PfIl!'j'- 7'fl'll.Vll7 er l're.vif!w1t S4't'7't"fIl!'.1" 7'l'l'll.S'l1l ll Sibyl Hausman '28 Charlotte Nicklin '29 l're.virlz'nf . I'iz'r-l'1'1'sidff11i Serrelrlry- 7'fl'IlSllI'l7 Department Clulos BIBLE CLUB BIOLOGY CLUB E.X'l'l'lIfi7Il' Com lnitlerf Illargaret Harland '28 Pauline Bristol '29 Ellen Shattuck '28 CHEMISTRY CLUB Josephine Remscn '28 Margaret IVIurray '29 Elizabeth Kirkwood '28 Ellys Butler '28 Miss A. Elizabeth Adams Sarah Arny '28 Dorothy Haas '28 Beatrice Fox '28 Nancy Wlrite '29 CLASSICAL AN D ARCHAEOLOGICAL CLUB Presizlzlnl . .... Jeannette Nebel '28 Srfrrvlzzry-Trmxllrzz Dorothy Gardner '28 FRENCH CLUB A l,7'l?SilIz'?Ilf . .... Elsa Barnouw '28 I,it'F'l'I'1'.I'iI1l'IIf Katherine Build '29 Szrcrrfmry . IVIarion IVIurray '29 y'I'l'll.Vll7'l'l' .... Catherine Snell '30 HISTORY CLUB UlIfI7'gIlI1iZFlI MATHEIVIATICS CLUB Prvsizlffnt . . I .... Stephanie Locke '28 lfire-l'resident Elizabeth Chichester '28 Sl'l'I'l'fIIf,I"T!'1'l1.I'Ill'tI' . .Leona Hogan '29 L212J M. p. .3-.sg . . TH., , I , 8 I, ,' p' . . . 1 ,- -.H .,.' '.. s "..'.- 4' ' v , 1 . . J 4. Am I2l3l a W . ' n ., ,' . saga .. , 1, ,'0.' u ' - . f l ....-,f .'.." ', 's-', .' - .,'-I., -':,,'-.-.u.u-'..,- , ' I ".- ',.,' u'. I-:.., .n-.',.-, ,..I,, ..,':' 'a..""".".-' ." ' --.. -.l- , -.. . -1"-.1" uf". 1 -- .. .. .: .. ,. 1 . 4- 1... .... . -. ' ' - . . , ".an'a . ' .'.'a.. '.'. ,." ,.- ",,,.:f.,...' , A7 '23- -, . . 4 S , I V ,M Q ,J gi? X ie- N I .JL ,I '. ,- -Qm5HY5f4IILA W' HKERMQE, stiff:-tftigiatiiffgeifi-+1112- ,.. F21 5 . " . cf, i ..,,. atv- my ja Egw- do ww -- 4 A... ff The Glee Club Lmzlw-, MR. VVILLIAM CHURCHILL HAMMOND l,I'l'.S'l1ll?1If i!ft't'-Pl't'Jf1ff'11t S1ft'1'efr1l'y 7vfl?lI.i'lIl'!'l' Libl'Ilfi1III.l' 44l'lTflIllfYIIIIiXf lvlary E. Ballard, '23 Mary P. lVIcKelvey, '29 . Rhotla Gilpatric, '29 . Doris Thauburn, '29 llVIary Chaffee, '30 ' iDorothy Parr, '30 . . . ,Helen Blyth, '25 MEMBERS 1928 th0fJI'll7l0,FI Ballard, Mary E. Blyaney, Laura A. Blyth, Marjorie Cameron, Christine Clark, Edith Drewes, jeane Hawkins, jane Hitchcock, Frances Sufrranusz Douglas, Doris Hirst, Eleanor Kllllkie, Dorothy McKelvey, Mary Murray, Margaret Newton, Katherine S0lH'll7l0.fI Andrews, Lucetta Benjamin, Edith Bigelow, Rhoda Brockway, Kathleen Brown, Eunice Chaffee, Mary Chase, Ellen Hudson, Genevieve Killoch, Ruth Kuesel, Mathilde Lewis, Gertrude Loomis Elizabeth McMunn, Katherine Patch, Margaret Perrigo, Olive Reed, Martha l9Z9 Nichols, Miriam Paradis, Eileen Rapalje, Harriet Rushworth, Grace Thauburn, Doris Towle, Charlotte Valentine, Marion 1930 Dunn, Marjory Ennis, Delphine Fricke, Dorothy Remsen, joscphine Ritter, Helen Symons, Helen Tomes, Shirley XVeeber, Margaret Yost, Charlotte :I liar: Becker, Katherine XVandless, jane Young, Elizabeth 44,1051 Alberti, Elizabeth Bailey, Esther Clark, Doris Street, Kate Talbot, Helen NVhiting, Eleanor Fitzgerald, Mary Maury Hill, Marjorie jones, Ruth Searles, Ruth l2l51 .-lllos: Best, Miriam Dooley, Itilizabeth Bulfum, Mary Fuller, Marion Goode, Elizabeth l-less, Katherine Pehrson, ,Anne Rand, Katherine Smeltzer, Dorothea Smith, Frances Cobb, Mary jo Franklin, Dorothy Gilpatric, Rhoda Ross, Elizabeth Stantial, Eileen Drisko, Caroline Lincoln, Betty Parr, Dol'othy Sinclair, Caroline Snell, Catherine XValker, Dorothy VVilcomb, Virginia 1 JW A-,. ' .N 21, . ff w, Pl' gl r "xr .gg ' 5, I " 1 I .13 1 A ' "1" ,J 'fin' "" -.p f-'-i"'E. 'G Qrchestra Lmzlwz lWR. lVlll,'l'ON tl. ARONSON l"ir.rt Violin l'if,1,, lylargaret Ferguson '29 Virginia Apgar '29 llowrhy l'f1fr ,30 1101-may Smith '30 SFFIIIIII Violin lcllfffg ' UOI'iS Clilfli '29 Elizabeth Phelps '28 Mzrrjorie Gower '28 MouN'r Hoevoxr Cormier: coNcr:R'r couasls Sophie Braslau, Contralto, October I+, 1927 Lawrence Tibbetts, Baritone, November ll, 1927 Detroit Symphony Orchestra, December 1, l927 Pablo Casals, lCellist, February 17, 1928 Nlount Holyoke and Yale Glee Clubs, April 21, 1928 I2161 M. ' -:,, - va ,G5g'f1fif t.Ey9 W .. eo. s - - l ' M ' r 'T-, 7. 'I :lim-,.'f l '5ix-'lyAl.J A N' lm if ww' MS?Wa---flixihf-1cr,::mg.. Q no 'X X-'---gzzizu ' ""' lt i lux r r X929 N929 basal rlinsavf' --n-3' Competitive Sing CLASS SONG r.1+3A1J1cRs Elizabeth Helm '28 Dorothy Parr '30 Iflizaheth Ross '29 Lydia Shaw '31 COM PETITIVIC SING 1928 l'lz'rz', In Cool Graf, lfarl of Nlornington Sung by all classes The Bells, Gilchrist . Sung by the Senior Class Tally-Ho, Leoni . . . Sung hy the Junior Class The Litile Slllllilllllll, Brahms Sung by the Sophomore Class Cllllflllillll Boa! Song, Lazarus .... Sung by the Freshman Class VVon by 1929 Original Song on College Life Won hy 1929 I2l7l l i i I l r I fl y. l V, V w l r El ,, v i I L... 1 -1 x . .A . i J A L . Q.. ., -.el --v :.,-1'-' -'W rt ,ifgr 'ilrmiafan xv up D Alb 1 ai 3? 1' Z I N 4 Q-f .flutf-,,'E1,w1'vS..,,,w1al-'---" 53 ,ff - .r ' tr i "ll ff Wx I 1 X" 'Q' XX ' , . y' , .. X -5 K' f 1 , ' vp , C, 1 'qvl-X-1 r lifi " it J' :M C Q C' . , 'LN C ' C C 1 Aj --.fs N . 4 N Xl?"'iliixxixwvfff:::QXY3'xS'1-""'?T5'3'ffii'""' x Q X X E ' C 1 l ...fl- r fe Elizabeth Alberti Alice Allen Esther Bailey Doris Clark lVIary Jo Cobb Virginia Corbett Marjorie Deer Doris Douglas Dorothy Franklin Frances Frisbee Rhoda Gilman Rhoda Gilpatric Katherine Goodman Eunice Hail .......- ,-Z,f-- 1.1 i,i. - -1 Junior Choir --' 1927-1qQ.8 Janet Hirst Jeannette Jackson ' Esther Jones Eleanor Kraft Dorothy Kunkle lVIarjorie Long lVIargaret lVIacintyre lVIary lVIcKelvey Ruth Midgley Ma1'garet Nlurray Charlotte Nicklin lVIiriam Nichols Mildred Olsen Eileen Paradis Cynthia Quackenbush Eleanor Rogers Elizabeth Ross Grace Rushworth Eileen Stantial Doris Thauburn Ruth Tenney Charlotte Towle lVIarion Valentine Jane Wzllltlless Kathryn Wright Elizabeth Young CAROL CHOIR CONCERTS 1927-28 Second Congregation Church, Holyoke, December 9, 1927 lVIount Holyoke College, December ll, i927 Town Hall, New York City, December 15, l927 Central Baptist Church, Hartford, December 17, 1927 lVIount Holyoke College, April, 21, 1928 fwith, Yale Glqc Club, 52181 HMM Mfr. , ..f .7 4 MEMBERS N 'QP' ' e....c,m Wg, my A ..A!1?H5q,g, C. ' , , 1. 4ucv,-fjli2?:1EQUz:lit4!'55.,1tdaTl--- '---.Q M. yu, dy' - :-,, .dr ' Presidellt . Virfe-l'1'eria'ent Secretary . Blzsizlrxs illrnzagfr Dramatic Clulo Constance llfleadnis . lVIary Ellen Hayes . lVIarjorie Tuck hlartha Reed CHAIRM EN OF COM Ml'.l"l'EES S cenery . Properties Costrunes Lighting Drzlfllzltirx Pu bliriry . . . . Ellen Kanengeiser . Olive Perrigo . Genevieve Loux Virginia Apgar . Agnes Moss . Anne Pehrson Apgar, Virginia Bailey, Esther Bailey, Martha Baldwin, Emily Brown, Pearl Budd, Katherine Butler, Ruth Carpenter, Dorothy Chase, Ellen Davis, Margery Drisko, Caroline Emerson, Marion Fischer, Caroline Fischer, Mildred Franklin, Dorothy Grimes, Virginia Gude, Anne Hasbrouck, Rosalind Hayes, Mary Ellen Heltzen, Shirley Hemstreet, Hester Hooper, Marjorie Hunt, Mary F. Kanengeiser, Ellen LaFetra, Margaret Lane, Elizabeth Lewis, Gertrude Loux, Genevieve Meadnis, Constance Meeker, Ethelwynne Gegenheimer, Ethel Miller, Mahel I219 Moats, Helen Moss Agnes Murray, Margaret Murray, Marian Neilan, Kathleen Osgood, Catherine Pateh, Margaret Patey, Phillippa Pehrson, Anne Pember, Gladys Perrigo, Olive Phillips, Beth Rand, Katherine Reed, Martha Reynolds, Mary Roper, Margaret l Ross, Elizabeth Schofield, Margaret Skeel, Elsther Snell, Catherine Starke, Mary Strong, Martha Struchen, Helen Symonds, Helen Taber, Gladys Thompson, Mildred Tracy, Iyla Tuck, Marjorie VVeeks, Helen Wilday, Hazel JW 'lm 1, '- ,gr 'W eww , x 'n. -5' . Mir LL ri Q. ' 'ffl Tlte Plays of tlme Year May 14, 1927- "THE ROMANTIC YOUNG -LADY", Cby Gregorio Martinez Rosario . Dona liarbrzriln fllarin Pepa Irene . fl nmlia . The flfrfmriiiozl Emilio . Illllfill Pepe D011 .fuzuz G IliHl'I'l1l 0 Siermj-Dramatic Club CAST October l8, 1927-"'l'Hl'f SILVER CORD", Clvy Sidney I-lowzu'Cll-Theatre Guild Repertory Company M201 Agnes Moss, '28 lidna lVIeClenz1han, '27 Mi1'iam Farley, '27 lVIarjorie Tuck, '29 Catherine Osgood, '29 ,lean Joslyn, '27 Phillippu Patey, '29 Mzirtlizl Strong, '28 Marion Emerson, '29 lylzl Tracy, '28 Virginia Apgar, '29 I r. "'- fif . X vi' '- a. ,,. . .- 'i-swf. .A ..., 1 if ,t,..9... .K ,f:77""n ,Mm gp?--v...i:'g,li9 ig"x..f M 'Ext ,-5'-il? 'Ik ,A , I ' f QQ WK' N J' 1 Fa 'Nj' ll "V 0 5 - whiting, . Img:-psxtia-Q'-.This V 1 , ...D mf. --.,,, Q - - October 22, l 927-H Sylwiff ljerrinef B erga mi ll l'11squi111'1 Sfl'Ilf3l10I'l'l GIIVIIFIIFI' No faire N, fn .W LES RONIANICSQUIQSU, Clmy lidmond Rostanclj- French Club CAST Elsa Barnouw Catherine Snell Gwendolyn Thomas llflargaret Patch lflizabeth Parks lVIa1'y Sulloway lVIarion lVIurray October 26, 1927-'ATI-IE ADMlRAL", Cby Charles Rann Kennedyl -Chules Rann Kennecly and lfdith Wynne Nlathison October 28, 1927- HTVVO GENTLEMIQN OF SOHO", Qby A. P. Herbert Plum . Sneak . Dramatic Club CAST Lord Wir Ill'l'.Y Lady Lefifia Dllrliess of Canlerlmry . Tomy . . . llubert . WlIifl'l' . November 4-, 1927 -' CIW Constance lVIeadnis Carolyn Fischer lVIildrecl Thompson Olive Perrigo Martha Strong Anne Glide Agnes lVIoss Virginia Grimes 'BEWITCHICDU or "THIS LAKE THAT LAUC HI D Dorothy lVIoore and lietsy Rossl-Junior Show l22ll l M. rf' ' , ?:.f1-Gila I 'kehi 2 ak All QA , .I M if Ag? 'xi '. A.-:xii L A A ,I 'IEA F ,MFA ,iq .-1-, : ff . T f-Q '229-c,4:i?1'2Q'ETIE+W" .1 - -- ,f ul.. limi. . Suuzpson Gregory flbmm . Bzlltluzsar Beufvolio Tyboll CIIPIIIKI . Lmly Cupulet December 3, 1927-UKOMEO' AND JULIET' Dramatic Club Ruth Jones Asenath Graves Frances Flagg Virginia Voigt Catherine Snell Catherine Osgood Marion Mills Marjorie Tuck CAST llfloniugue ', Cliy Shakespeare J - Virginia Grimes Escalus . Janet Woodbridge Romeo . lVlildrecl Thompson Paris . Caroline Mathews Peier . Margaret Murray Nurse to Juliet Constance Meadnis Juliet . Agnes Moss Alpotlzeenry Carolyn Fischer January 17, 1928-"SIR FOPLING FLUTTERU or "THE MAN OF MODE" Qby Sir George Etheregel-English Literature 15 Jllr. DOI'lIIIlI1ll lVIr.Me1lley . Old Bellaire . Young Bellaire Sir Flojrliny Flufter Lady Townley lflllelia . . s Asenath Graves Ruth Clouse lllary McKelvey Eunice F. Brown Margaret Murray ,lane Meloy Alice Kimmel CAST llflrs. Lofvert . Catherine Osgood Bellinzla . Juliana Weil Luffy W'oozl'vil Estelle Best Harriet, her zlrzuglrter Marjorie Tuck Port . . Elizabeth Henderson Orange Plfouzau Virginia Dockstacler Page . ' . Katherine Patrick f222l .JN hs . ' 4315570 .2- , Y my ,I it A I .1 E A I S argl fs-flax 7,3 ,. ' .. ' Q Magix-ze.:,il1iis+x:1g..t.1eifl1---W-,Q f-"3 - N.. We W.-.1 dy' - .,.,. 1--vw ..,. --'-r ,,----.- 1 S January 19, 1928-"THE NIAN WHO MARRIED A DUlVIB WIFE", fby Anatole Francel-Speech 7 February 23, 1928-"NOAH'S FLOOD", a Miracle Play-Dramatic Club llflarch 3, 1928-"THE ElVIERALiD PENDANTH, Cby Alzada ComstoclcJ- Faculty Show .Wisx Sfllfflulfllllf, IIl!'llIbl'l' of the faculty . Mary Ashby Cheek Cllll1lfl'.V.Y Pojmziifs, Il guesf . . . Mary Emily Woolley Counf Popotficr, ll guest ilfr. 0411110216-l',, Il rletetiiw llilrs. Selly, a lady zletertiw Ruth Sessions, II .vfurlrnt lllr. Higgins, an lllSIlI'IHICl? agent illr. Harron, an lIl.Yfl'Ill'l0I' at Yale l'rofe.r.vor Bzulger . Ililnn from fl II1ll?I'.S'f Ralph P. Boas John NI. 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Talbot, Beatrice Hyslop, Dorothy Foster, Dorothy Noble, Josephine Wells, Florence Purington. lllarch 9, 1928-'AJOHN FERGUSON", Cby St. John Ervinej-Dramatic Club John Ferguson . Sarah, his wife Andrew, hir sou . Hammlz, his llflllgllffl' .IIJIIIICY CIIPSIII' . . Henry Ufitlzerozu Clulie John . Sam ji4!l'LUlli7llll'-V Sergeant . Two Conxilzbles i223J Mildred Thompson '28 Rhoda Gilpatric ,29 Wilma Potts '30 Caroline Drislco '30 Helen Weeks '28 Martha Strong '28 Elizabeth Reynolds '28 Sara Holmes '31 Kathleen Neilan '30 Margaret Cooley, '30 Esther Jones '30 V4 Q A-14. K 137:--, . ,,p,,,5.,r 1,5 , 'a,.I5..N ' ffl 5 , 5 1 , f..- fi' ,. QL 'iw A wa? ff -Pg rf: N Fr XX . - -'.11'N-Mfffwurz-A . , Aviv , V Q I I N ,fr .x.r,9F5'szn-,iw xml 'ffm -2'-ynrfrux-J fm-,,-lp. KZ . :" - l"'- . -. f-'v I., 1 V ig" f''W---fliiflfi5f'r:"4---7,2 Q' If 'W EF.. " fem .Wi 'gs ' x Qawlwtu J: . K..-x..f NN .I I i , I. had n ' u-Il5l1's-':5R559fS'i3l5l'-.?- " ' " 1'i'l".1.,. W5 ""'+---.131-wfaf: '-seg. Q' . . "N Q19-':i.:-wig..-sf-1"'"' 44--'U ' "" gm fin? ' S May Day Pageant May 14, IQ27 BALUUR - A Norse Legend The Mr1,1' CQIIFFII Bllflllll' . . Loki Uffin Th or . . . lluzlur . . . Nzmna, Wife of lfnlrllu' Friggrl, Ufifzf of Odin lflyifr of Hodur . W'lll'I'i07' Cliff'-f'1llilI.X' Ulaf ilu' Bold . Sigtrygg . . l.l'lllIl'l' of ilu' f"all'yri1' y'lIl'Pl' Norm' l225I Frances li. Ackland '27 Florence lwontgomery '27 lilizabetli Reynolds '28 Claudine Henclcen '28 Mary lVIcKelvey '29 Virginia Gilbert '28 Catherine Rice '27 Caroline Mathews '27 Phoebe Gould '28 li. Virginia Grimes '30 .Lorraine Keck '29 lllargaret Prest '29 Frances Flagg '30 lflizabeth Levers '27 lX'Iargaret Schofield '27 AQ? T:- - N. .gM,g:.r A4 wN . N, JI "2 1 . gay' K 'li' .L 1 url wr s f - 5 , re ,- . N AY Kiran-..1ih u5yQgF.y,,x5:f-,mgrwgywx 4 1 4 1 , cu., 1 'ini-gui. Npi5x5v:Yf.w.1 A -... '-ww mf C ..- . Nr- "1 --'H 4 3 , If 1 Clzairnlrul l,l'7'.Y0lIlIl'1 Clllliflllllll Cvlllliflllllll Clllliflllllll Cllllil'lIlll1l Clllliflllllll Clmirnm Il x CHAI R M ICN OF COMM I'1"1'l5ES nf Urgrmizing Co 111 miitczf Wlrlzlzlgfr . . of C0.CfIIlI1l? C:0IIllIliffl?l! of Srwlvry Crlrzllllittfc of l"1'ofufrfi1's Commitiee of l"11b1ir'iIy Clllllllliffff of Buxinfss Clllllllliffflf of IJFOQIYIIIIS . Hear! of flflusic fzzej Catherine Simon '27 Ifrnm Funk '27 Virginia Judson '27 Ellen Kancngciscr '28 Gertrude Ldwis '28 Anne Pehrson '28 Doris Jenss '27 Elizabeth Colburn '29 Dorothy Parr '30 E IYQ :rdf mir . Miwwx 531.5212---:kvlwf ey 1 k""x. ea' A ,F , .. ,, ww--mmm,,vvfibpza-amfzvs Q, ,W ' 1 ' . dr, -mga+zs,5gwi+n,,,,ss:n........,,, jf QM. - Ek? .,,. N.. -..,..a-- , .... ..-f 5 l 1. ..i,... v - ...f '1'Hli STORY OF BALDUR Baldur, the Norse God of peace and love, dwelt in Peace Stead, the abode of healing and contentment. His life was not only beautiful in itself, but also typiefied the joy and sorrow of spring and its passing. As he leads the lVIay Queen to her throne, he is followed by a troop of fairies, elves, gnomes, and nisses with their pick- axes and bags of gold, pretty little Water spirits and pale young mermaids. The fairies dance the Birth of Spring. V There is much happiness in Valhalla this day. Odin and lfrigga rejoice in their beautiful song the gentle Nanna is proud of her husbandg all the gods and goddesses have laid aside all strife. But there are two unrestful spirits in Valhalla, Baldur ' ' f l d' t that is to come to him and to the whole race has had a premonition o twe isas er . . , of gods. Bad Loki, still raging with the fierceness that has never left him since he ate a witch's heart, lurks among the happy gods waiting to do evil. Baldur is so unhappy that he tells his fears to the assembly. Then as if to confirm his borebodings, a spirit of strife flares up in the midst of the stately throng. The hateful Loki without provocation strikes the blind Hodur, and for this desecration of Baldurls feast day is banished from the scene. Frigga meanwhile has a plan, which she communicates to Odin, whose every wish is law. At his command, there appear all the things in the world which could possibly harm Baldurg fire and water, stones and trees, birds, beasts, poisons and diseases. All give an oath never to harm him. Only the Mistletoe did not give this oath, for Loki had seduced it from the throng. But the Gods, not knowing this, re- joiced at Baldur's safety. As long as Baldur dwelt in Asgard, there would be peace and happiness. lt is with this security that the gods march in proud procession at the close of Boldur's Birthday festivities. I227I I 'lk , ' swf' :- ' 1 4 . 1, ,Q . - L"'V s- ,Y xi . .i -, 4 L i V29-A Q, ' K .QR if ,f 1 'fi ' 'iii ' i Loki's resentment of Baldur grows into a diabolic plan which involves the world of men. He abandons the guise of God of Fire, and appears in a little Norse Village in the semblance of a wandering minstrel. The peaceful scene whets his desire for slaughter and disaster. He plans to disengage the warriors from their pursuits in field and forest, and to fill them with lust for the blood of a neighboring tribe. He knows that the entry of a large number of Warriors, and especially Olaf the Bold, into Valhalla, will cause great rejoicings, during which he plans to do-harm to Baldur. The village is quietly spending the evening hour in sports and games. The strange minstrel is welcomed, but instead of a song, he gives them a harangue mock- ing the tribe's harmless pursuits, and urging them to plunder and destroy Olaf's rich village. The warriors fall at last under the sway of the minstrel's eloquence. From huts and halls the warriors secure their armor, bid hasty farewells to their families, and run to their galleys at the Water's edge. Loki, left alone with the weeping women and children, soon vanishes. Olaf's village is the scene of the close of the day's activities. The women spin and gossip, the children play, and hunters return from the chase. The group starts with fear as the sentinel gives the alarm. The women and children quickly hide, and the war1'iors arm themselves for defence. The attacking army, maddened with their craving to kill, rush in on them. With the first clash of armor, the Valkyrie appear, and dance on the edges of the combat, waving their spears. Olaf the bold is driven back to the steps of the mead hall, and finally one warrior drives a mighty pike up through' the platform into his body. His death is the signal for the end of resistance. The marauding tribe, with their booty, their wounded, and the women they have dragged from the huts, return to their galleys. The Valkyrie swoop down upon the slain, and call the dead back to life, the warriors and the battle-maidens are transported to Valhalla. In Valhalla' there is great rejoicing at the advent of Olaf. But Loki is con- spicuously missing. One of the gods throws a stone at Baldur, who is I10t aware of the blow. Delighted at his immunity from harm, the whole group starts throw- ing missiles at Baldur, and they stand back to get better range. Baldur feels nothing. Hodur the blind stands disconsolate and motionless at one end of ,the semi-circle. Loki, followed by Mistletoe, moves to I-lodur's side and whispers something to him. Loki puts into his hand a sprig of mistletoe, and guides his hand in throwing it at Baldur. Hodur is ecstatic. But the sprig which strikes Baldur's heart stung the beautiful god. His head droops, he sinks to his knees, then falls. Nanna breaks from the astonished circle and runs to l3aldur's side, with one last wild gesture she falls dead at l3aldur's side. The whole scene is changed. Valkyrie and warriors enter with litters for the dead. There is a slow sad exodus of gods and goddesses bewailing the passing of Baldur. The Spring God, and gentle Nanna, are born to the funeral barge at the water's edge. The gods follow this procession, knowing that the Twilight of the Gods is at hand. The Norns and Fairies dance the Death of Spring. The May Queen, left alone, with a veil over her beauty, descends from her throne, and makes her way across the empty field. IZZSI -- ' LITERARY 1-A fl' . 'Nw t E , .""-I-.ew N. ffl-vb , ,h N l 'lp' lg N' I 9 3 I I , .. ,.. .. , W . , ,Q '-jf-. TQ .' we.....hmy,mftqytfijiagr-,xfftas cu W -Ig' .sg,,i3!y51:i,3iw,.am -fm ,...:, JM. ,v ,L Q, .. . , vie? I l The Mount Holyoke News Iizlitor-ill-vlzief . fllllllllgillg Ifzlifor . 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BAK ICR l,I1f'fl'j' 111111 11111 ,M11g11zi111', 111111 131111111119 RALPH CHEYNICY R1'1111i11g.v from fllixs B11g1111'.s' IJUKII LOUISE HOG Lzssj 15: AN .v from A711 Ch1'y111'y's Poe111s .4-"fi --:FN I ' - .mf-5 M ,denim a,f--2--WH: 44' ' :ii l tilt: 'r 'il' .fy ' l ' kwa- .- A -,X J, s I HATE Q Sigma Theta Chi Alumnae Poetry Prize c,Los15D Dreaming of your threshold, I could see, You, my host, with light a'shimmer Greeting meg ' I could see your candles, All ablaze, And your head surrounded With an aureate hazeg Dreaming of your threshold, I could quite forget That shadows seudded at my heels, And the sun had setg But, I knew an emptiness, Bleak and stark, When I saw your door closed And your windows darkg The wind was there to welcome me, But never youg Only the night came faster, And the chilly dewg There was no warmth and laughter Or you, charming and kind, Only the banging of shutters In the booming wind, "You are at home," I cried, 'lMy soul insists." I wept, and battered on your door VVith both my fists. You could not hear my knocking Or my frantic prayer, I was pleading to the night wind And you were . . not . . there! -Constance Klugh, 1930 H371 I . Mmwx- 55212-f-rub.: , 1,0 W lf!! 4 l, Il l ,, an M " Qi- fflfi 1. - ' ffl- v V .J fy, Xia? Na THE PASSING OF ADVlCN'l'URlC Gone are those lovely, fearful, breathless years lfVhen every little word was a challenge thrown At life, a venture into the unknown l'o win the spoil that falls to buccaneers. As vague and sweet as dreams are humbling fears, And the high joys that in the soul were sown, And the holy time when any careless tone Might fill the heart with hurt, the eyes with tears. The heights are somehow strangely dimmed and ln every god a man is resident, For every wonder there are words to say, And time itself has set a cool white frost On memories that were so vehement, All wounds have healed, and all things pass away. ' Agnes llfloss, 1928 Q:-QQ Q9 CON SERVATISM These fickle valleys warm at spring's first touchg And here where winter was for two long months Enticed to lodge, the earth without a struggle Yields it up, and dazzling little streams Wink at the sun. So the lowlands change. Long after this, I still in looking west Have seen white scars of snow on distant hills. -Caorline Keeler, 1928 f2381 lost, X WRX X ww ' X fx N M W Q wx W W 4 7 MX X VM W V X , XM w'i fX I 1 N I gk W KW S -I' 1 M M1 M X W , Wm x ,W N L. f ffffm 7 r X ' WWW' , ' 'F M 9 X Nw Q NX X ' X IWW N X N X N W f N W w 91- k gk M ' xx X N -fN Q' N W W N M NX N X K W . X. Q N X1 w X Q SX X , Xxx X in-A XX , xv X X NN K xx f ix Xnwjw ,K X, X Xx x Y N A W X 4 ,H N Q- X My X y .,QkXXXXx- s i f ' r i . ...,! -v:i, Y, i f XV X' Nbxxx , Vik X ' -"! 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I -VI sr-' WWA S 'fl x . w::...'Y5I5Qvq..I.f?Qb:Qj.xFE2.j:l.E!5'- Q' Jr .V 3, Q LN .4529,i,2?.vQ5SE::::Nnq.,L...l:- ,a Clllliflllllll Vice-Clmirnzan Treamrer Serrrtary Frzclzlty M embez- Gym Defmrt 111011 I flffflllbfl' Athletic Association I2+11 I EI,IzABIz'I'H HAM '28 MARG.'XRlS'l' PREST '29 VIRGINIA APGAR '29 RUTH MARRl0'l"l' '30 MR. BURGEVIN MISS SPAULDING ,.,, aw M My X.. ,ef ' 4 l W A""x..vb,h W ,H W- I K is 'H E' ' . .f .,7 i :rf All W iassaaaaaaln- , -. 4 . ' wsfrgibaqtamt y .... W. .,,,, Q J, Eid? lllarjorie Davis '28 Helen Eckley '30 Charlotte Kingston '30 Eleanor Adder Virginia Apgar Elsa Barnouw Katherine Budd Nancy Castleman Susan Carson Ruth Christie Doris Clark lVIary Conard Frances Cope hflabelle Crockett Harriet Davis llflarjorie Davis lVIary Deering Ruth Dirlsson All-Holyoke I-Ionors W Virginia Yerger ,27 Helen Hyde '28 Elizabeth Ham '28 H H Helen Eckley Nlarion Emerson Josephine Evans Eleanor French Virginia Grimes Nlargaret Grover Sylvia Heyl Ada Hoell Janet Jenks Charlotte Kingston Katherine Lotz Nlargaret lVIurray Charlotte Nicklin A Dorothy Orwig Eileen Paraclis Elizabeth 'Perry f2421 lVlargaret Prest '29 Ellen Shattuck '28 Nlarjorie Tuck '29 Nancy Pope lVIargaret Prest Katherine Rand Eleanor Robbins Susan Schiel Amy Sharpless Ellen Shattuck Mztrgaret Stief Faith Stone Avis Trowbridge Marjorie Tuck Alice Welty Edith West Dorothy Willits hlary WI'lfIllt 'QM 517' . ....,, I 56 X51 X-,ff....w aww. .fungi 15: I I V 'L...v ,A Q., X Q A I LM ' . V - 'L 5 1, :ef L A . V 'Gif X gl gc :zfftf X "m"'- 'Ls wfl"1Q"-'sb?M.:c- Hn ' 'A ' Q ' e -vxlgxwff,,flmi:..mr , ,. ---W Q e -N .,,. ww f1l'Elll?!'y . Baseball Cimloorl Baseball Coutrloorj Basketball - Canoeing Crirket Ifockey Lacro.v.v1' Riding Suarez' Tennix Track Valley ball He8dS of SPOITS I2-1,31 Helen Thomas . Betty Brand Elsa Barnouw . Alice VVelty . Dorothy Croy Nlnry Woodward Dorothy Willits Katherine Lewis Iilizabeth Freeman Josephine Evans Elizabeth Helm Ellen Shattuck Jeannette Nelnel -4"T 'lm ,M Mme, . V N .W 3? 'lv in fi' Qi , ei i tl 'iihxm - - me WT' 4xv-jf----4-'-'im3Qj'1fayf:.'rv1fw-.3'.f3'- . , , ,, . L ' lfj-fygtgez.-gi-A,ups-'-4- 5 ..v., . ...V vw- x,,,, C I W sn .. 1 All-Holyol-ze Teams-1927-1q28 l'f0z'l'z'j' Katherine Budd Frances Cope Ada Hoell Susan Carson Harriet Davis lvlargaret Prest lVIary Cunard Nlarjorie Davis Dorothy Willits Helen Eckley Virginia Apgar Nancy Castleman Mary Deering lVIarion Iimerso I1 Socqer Josephine Evans Nlargaret Grover Sylvia Heyl Katherine Lutz 52441 Nlargaret Mu1'ray Eleanor Robbins Alice Welty A' 'lm K ... ,xx W . Wql Nr . I L...-1Qf,x." Nw xgfg 4 awZ'ffg"W'4'w?ffiifffffiuiii' Q" ,ef .W .3,,- - Y, F ' -- QA- S 1 . E , wily t ',3 . 1-lrz'l1z'ry Faith Stone Dorothy Urwig Charlotte Kingston llllllfj' Ball Doris Clark Eleanor French Susan Schicl hiabcllc Crockett Virginia Grimes Amy Shzirplcss Ruth Dickson Janet Jenks I2-LSI ll n .aw hw .LM ' . gf , M. .-, I Nrhq W I .,v 1 I F' I ll' Q . 4 1' ' l' 4- 5 dw .1411-,5vjK?g'.x:,QgMntrL.......,o w-v--3 -.., ww w,,1 'Q ,,' -5.3, , .,,. --v J.,----r L--.,. ' , -llw 5 lgllfkfdbllll lflsa Barnouw '28 3'I2ll'2Zll'Ct Mllrray '29 Alice Welty '28 lNI2ll'j12lI'Ct Prest '29 julia-lilla Foster '30 V lt 'ff j if ' I , i ' i I Q ' K , . ' . X M 4"A ix' 1 -Af ff fl'lYll'k lillcn Shattuck '28 Chzwlotte Nicklin '29 KIZlI'g2ll'Ct Prcst '29 Helen lfcklcy '30 l2+61 'X af.. Ni, "R 'g.T-..J3" assay ag NME: 1. "" "H 64 I k"x..f,,h Nga 'ff' ws' I 9 l K ,l 2 ' Q WW., - '-,?lQlrll'f13!l":f2Yl?1f'9,.,, qs, al . . 42 ' .-1 Qynfla.. 3.1a3y,QQ713Tg5,-:,.l:.-.'.a,.1-My1- QI, I in :H rg g Nm-3,..AhL-Kg,.L131x':'f:,:.,y1:l- --------4-, .,...:, W, W J,a,. kiwi F... ,..,, . . C, Ig1l.Yl'bll11 lflsa Barnouw '28 lfileen Paradis '29 Ifleanor Robbins '29 lwargaret Murray '29 lflizabeth Perry '29 lfdith West '27 Nancy Pope '27 l Crivkef Eleanor Adler '29 Nlarion Emerson '29 Amy Sharpless '30 Katherine Rand '28 52471 vu na-, , sub-n..,,i ,rv AF, qumwf 1. Qs" I 1.-X, I1 R,-3 V., ' f, , ' x . f . .. A . A M ' ...f Q 'jk' x I-1 .fJf.f.jQ-7,:m'fg1iSn,f"'1 yrff' .,.. w...,:, ' "1 -'-' .gr--.,,f..'--.,,:,, ff 5 ' F' --w ':aw-fg,.:pw'X'""L.,,g'ga 1 . it 1-SUS' Tennis Nlarion Ifmerson '29 Avis Trowbridf.!e '29 I f A ,. .,.. 4- A 1 Czzzmeing C lmirman - - DOROT HY CROY '28 l24s1 4 ,. .4 . . . .V gg ' ..rms,,4 sig. .:- ' in I flaw X . , H. 'Sify-L-fs-: .Milk . . . , LN' 3 H. in U " ' ,V-v, A k ' i"e'A ' 'K xy- Horse Show OCTOBER 8, 1927 zwamzger . .... I L1lABr1H FREEMAN 'fsszftrzzzt fllrumger ...... I IIlABl'1H HAM LIST OF CLASSES SHOWN Class 1. Gentleman's Saddle Class Class 2. Polo Pony Class Class 3. Driving Horse Class 4. Mount Holyoke Saddle Classes Class 5. Open Jumping Class 6. Ladies' Saddle Class Class 7. Pair Class CLASS A RIDERS 1. Elizabeth Ham 2. Elizabeth Freeman 3. Maxine Gillespie CLASS B RIDERS 1. Florence Anderson 2. Janet Matthews 3. Frances Hermes f2491 "1- ncv" .,. E514 ..,, WEQ3 Q- 1 I .Z gm Yau, ' Q E1 . A 1 11,41 I -A .. -mel!" 9 -wail-fm f.f?m'Qs4:f. 'Y' WD 'N-11121-w:?:"'N1g.. Q " W "J"1f"W Field Day MAY 21, 1927-WON BY 1929 Track flrflzery Cricket Won by 1929 1929 vs. 1930 1929 vs. 1930 Won by 1929 VVQH by 1929 Baseball Tennig 1928 vs. 1929 1929 vs. 1928 Won by 1929 Won by 1929 52501 A1353 Vx ,.q,2r- i, 2 ,W I ,Www M, gg Q. I E QQ A 31.0 fr, , f 1 -1' 1 Q- J M C- u lv! C J rrlwry 1930 vs. 1929 VVon by 1929 Fie1c1 Day mc'1'omcR 20, 1927-XVON BY 1929 Ilorkvy 1928 vs. 1931 Tic Tzfnnix ,'0lll"1' Ball 1928 vs. 1929 1930 vs. 1931 Vvon by 1928 VVOn by 1930 12511 Soccer 1929 vs. 1930 NVOII by 1929 i v M. "'A A iiffmb if Q 1 . Y, I xt V 1" .v ai M .1 , ' X - A WWA ' 'V' J i Qfiwu-Y Kiwi' F Ml' 1 Qs-.w51wi'iinez!t'!...... qffjh 4,.,,,3,l1..,uM -.NAI Q M. I b ..., W ,,s,.u.,t,,,,3..x gy Competitive Gymnastic Demonstration A fllarfh 17, 1928 Silver cup, presented by Mr. Joseph A. Skinner, for Hoor work including free hand gymnastics, marching, and running, won by 1928. Banner, presented by the Athletic Association, for floor work and apparatus, won by 1928. PROGRAM Grand March March, Free Hand Gymnastics and Run March, Free Hand Gymnastics and Run Clogs ...... March March Dances Klown Klog Lindy Lee Free Hand Gymnastics, and Run Free Hand Gymnastics and Run Captan .links Blarney 52521 Class of 1931 Class of 1930 . . Class of 1931 The Carolinas Swflnee River N . Class of 1929 Class of 1928 Class of 1931 The Villagers Rilifillll Mazlzrkrl nk it !'- . ,M wig "Wie: Q. . l5ff'f..., G ' ggkrsl X, .fa la . f 3 ,au , 1. A Ab WA s I . c , V WS' -ll co, ..s:::wQ11ll'3?li+5,,,nei1YLa2::, Apparatus l. Buck--Rear .vtrazldle 'vaull 2. Box-Flank 'vault . . Parallel bars-Rear 'vault with quarter turn Ropes-Swing jump . . 3. Parallel bars-Side riding with face 'vault Horse-Forward leg firrling with face zlismonnl . Ropes-Climbing . . Buck-Straddle 'vault forward Dances A Demonstration Class in Natural Dancing Scarf Technique . Polka . . Mirzuet . Schumann Papillon.: Scarf Dance Health Nursery Rhymes 12531 Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class 1928 1929 1930 1931 1930 1929 1930 1931 1930 1928 1930 1928 1929 1930 1930 l 1 I 1 'MM ' 'fry ,1geT:""glW C , ,F Mfg? ' hd-, W AE? QM. A XX., If-,, T. j':55fli?'f:H'2'i1:1p, 4 . 4. - frjkr- Q , fi-fltfv-'--cfvfz Q- ' -111. ,v .QW ... Doum' HY S M1sI.'1'z1zR 1928 NVINNER OF SARAH S'1'.R15l5'r15R Cup f254j ',5f,L21affff.gff,,,Q-Zgi 1'1" ' -x 9, 'Q ' iw, .,., ,Q lllllllllllllfflll , lap, 'Z--T' 4 99 411441 -X , "' "-.3-I-,..-Q O 14 "'-' X '- A- z E'-3 y1l Y X " Q, -V 29 ""' C - ' m J..-" W Y ,ln X ' L-2 iv 3210, '- " 3-1-,. O , 'b ?'o, Q N '+: ""'::2' "-. O " 0 2' 1 ' "Q, "',., ,ff f L lllll11,,0'Z 43 2 Ig M Lg.,--'kgi' fggr., -' GQ," , 1 l ,..- .... h K 'f...f0!l' , llllllf ,X ,, ,,.. ,... .-.. - ---- - ' 0 , . 1 ka 1111111 ,. .... ....- - -- "" EZ f M 3.60" K.----""' ' f Z ' V Q V X N 3 1 2 Z 1142 5 X X of! 9 'I . AE 5 . af'-gd ' 1 - f 0 X + ... - 1 x Q 1 Ng- E2 f fj xfp E 1 1 f f-' 'f'f ,g i f 1 , 4a 2 '-'Q 2 ----------""' . f 4 Z I -,,,,. 'A U E ,L i Q L F I1,,,,"0q gb qv .aili , E Q' FF", -7 A Q ,,, 1 3 ze: 1 X - lllI" ", " X' L1 1 A fx ' J ff A 1 fx -ff' u X X .- ff X , X I l - if f XX xx 1 HOUSES r2ss1 ! I r .afwm I '29, fm7'5N'H-an X ' ' if H, wa, lmC34,Ni,Q JW! Wh , he rr x , ,gy 1 Y X K3-.r fn i - 4, Q . 'Q .-. W, X' 1 K- . v wm-iw-'-::Lwfssew'f-1''---':bac Nmg1wm aw r dy' - QR? EW My fwf.w . is A Qt' Pearsons Pcarsons children are strong and bright They have to have their milk each night. So down to dinner each one brings Her teapots, bottles, jars, and things,-- Such quaint and strange assorted ware, They make the adults stare and stare. I'2571 'ww -. ,G 1--Q.,,,,W , I Q-Egfg ,fm-' I W . e .JP E Q, J 'N I 1 Safforcl l'lall ln certain lines Our Salliorcl shines As Seniors will diseloseg Although 'tis true That freshmen clo Disturh their calm repose. 52583 .ww -N., N.. 5",:'f9' : MMM Xl' 'Wm R,-GY! ' i W I W Cvnyvhl ,hx gf? N , 'W' 5 M A 7 ' r,f'- n . f fziawf- B 3 'ww -.,.,, c jf W- .-,, fir .,,. --sf , IDOITGI' Where are you going, my pretty maid? I'm going to Porter for tea, she said. They'1'e very big-hearted, they don't mind boys,- Come along, if you think you could stand the noise. f2s9j ,nf I W 3, It MMM 3532? . M 'MEM ,.,.., 1 w- r .I 1 ' ji! Q, J ' . F :Ig 33,5225 fq .. .. - F ye - 'LM Wilder I-lall So many- Big girls, little girls, Girls just in hetwecng Phi Betcs, Athletes, Ne'cr before have hecn. mug .N v ,n""l W. 'WL-'f-f 75 New :Bias -4.-W , ik""x..f 'Q lip 4 W, Aw - ll 1 I L Mihai y I KM 'Vi I -:Q ,xfS...m.w1rq ..., 1f7Qu:3jgfff-.f::E. Q I nl W Mead Hall What, not again, my pretty maid? But yes, on a Week-end, sir, she said. Cornell, Harvard, Yale, and Brown, When the men Zll'Cll,t up here we go 52611 down l"'vs I V K..-Rf, ,R 'YQ ui?" N' , if . 4. gif .. - NJN' Ay., aw, -,e:'7'- . t .-my .W aggguwwiys,,,fg?45ae:gg5yQj13'5- Q. J .YA L., "fi9'fmmsgf I i 1 4 1 l 1 North Rockefeller l'lall North Rockefeller Hall, you know, is stzltelier than mostg ln elegance it's unsurpassed, and further we may boast Of fire drills par excellence1for here the chief residesg A "lift" for weary souls fund solcsl, :incl Z1 great deal else hesiclesl I262I 'Wa V X954 ww V' , 'L"'x.r -,xl N., Y fly ' ' M Nl' W. A , . ,f ,,.- L ' 'M l MA W5:Hr4:-w4a:-mleEfg5f5f..5g- ,. " ' Q L, Are: W vw "- "'-' " J Q y., -.W South Rockefeller Hall South Rocky's made of heavens Second, third, and fourthg They stand for poise and toil and noise,-- VVil1 doubters please ask North. I2631 S i iiiii: ng If X Ns TPL., , ,, ml'-1: ,-. Mgmv ' -li . vt' 1 J Q ., X- A nl, U '3?mv,,, A X - ff, . ,,-,wfwi "1 W .SM ax.a4y,c,'f5:::4y,,f34,:xfZn':g:.,2l'?- Q i c ,, mimi-wi5?xLm.,ri.1.i. - Y, . FL , . -,Y 4.. , , r -A - f A , . -V .. ,:,,,,,, n Brigham l-lall See four red brick shaking walls? Brigham Hall. Hear a series of clan calls? Brigham Hall. CHere no word is loudly spoken, Quiet hours never broken, We will know it hy this tokenlj Brigham Hall. I2641 I l 1 l l w r l l .41 'N 'I ' ,Q i- g""x.f N I-, i Y I ' " ,.,-r, " . 1 iii f 4 5 II ,II I A is lvA x l '3i1 F, L QZQEQQ , Q L H u y. ,. - l C x it . K -v - A .1 ' - - . ........ . Woodbridge, Briclgman, Miountain View Nlountain View gets the phone calls and dates While Bridgman turns out the 'Phi Betesg Woodbridge seldom is quiet, fAslc Lib to deny it!J And we all collect pitchers and plates! izesj l I l l r i l T, i i I i i 1 l l l l l ll l li i4 l l li I gl. i .-0? Mm ' K. :rin "' , g, ,gi A , Wx, . H, . mls -M l Ji- A il 5 15A ll- m!IN7am..3--1?fgQjg.K5?.o5fw,ZEZs x"' ' l ,Q 'I fy, W, -W. Q' -W, -- , 'E -fl -- V' J xi E fm I South Hillside Hall The pursuit of knowledge waxeth strong In this cloistered citadel, Where midnight oil's a commonplace And we all love lettres belles. Less learned moments find us on the Wing, i. e., the fcetg What can be done in a five minute run Is our really super-feat. rzsej Nlsqftmiix N. .H ggi--...Wa V 'Q . u 'L-'kilt -is . will .' '- X. I' ll, Wiliam' 3. , ' ,. ,jf . - 'WA 5 I N il C .J i '-5?-., s?flg:y,,Z,,.,gg '31 K 'va mb. Y , 4 ...AWS . mw...ul1u:i,,,4..w,gmii.::v:4.f-:Hes Q, , , , t 'JLpfH3:::,-,tagffil ..--3 -'-' -,lg mfs '-W1 ay' ,V Pu N.-1 -" " .qw A ,i North Hillside Hall New and shining, vast and distant On ri sunny hillside setg Run to get there, long to stay there Two and seventy flutt'ring girls. Home, indeed it is, and howl Homogeneous, tllZlt,S our Freshmen In their play, and work, and hnthing. Lusty, raucous, those are Seniors. Languid, studious, Juniors, rahl 1 . i 52671 W' as ,M .4 . wpihh ' --Mya? L 9-ECT. VZ Q, '58 ' 1 mv 5 ' U I A ' WA y, ' ' , ' ,gQ,,.,fm...., D .,,.,. W 1 J W it r 1 Q, ,.,,,,,,,,,.,.. up Juclson Hall We are the girlies of Judson, We root for the three-decker house, rah rahl We do everything to perfection, Uh we are the best gang in sight, rah rah! Kellogg House "The outside all of lattice, The inside all of cards, A package small of cornflakes ln Mothei' Hubbard's charge." Lzesj Wa . .a-,, ,DVM :nw 1. Bl F. 'A w. g"" '-.' il"-,kv in M9 .. 1... 1. I I A, vi t l ,. milfs .,.. Q. A' - N 'aff it Smithville Never no darkness in Smithville, Black though the night! Playing and plugging and parking, Everywhere - light! Never no trouble in Smithville, Only the branches three, Swinging and laughing and snapping, Pride of the family tree. Lzasj ii ' .....- 2.4: 'T- W I ,k 'm,, , ' I 53, A A , r V WA 5 I +A :rg -m1J5li.:f,x5z?H:4Esz- I-J ' ' ' W cw fi? Q J- -- M. 'H .1 Q 'W'-A - ' v -.-Q ff-' ' .J '14 w.,,1 if V. Bib ' x Cowles Lodge "All the world loves a love1"'- Sure we cannot doubt that! Oh but why, dear creator, Did you make us so fat? 52703 . A , - - 4 x.. 1 b 44' - f V- Vey. .I , N -. r pw. i now L 'S'fi:0ii-f:-.-- - . W3 V .-4 '- frif. " 311' -hTY2'ii.4QFHiiQfrJf::M'3ym- "' .W q., 1fm5!w.N,5i5fCw:.g,,,.vsa: .9 , vw, XJ, Q dy. lv ' FW -1 up ,.,',-..1-'i....,. A f L Sycamores Tliut distance lends enchantment Is proved beyond a doubt When you arrive at Sycamoresg Live there, and youill find out! f271j .ww .... s--rv -- W.. 1-H, . . - .,.-h,.- . V.-4, - . W, 31' qq,,.f' -. ,am I gif?--wiL'5.? ,. tw' ,' . Y' HQ 'ar V .. , i 1-H '. ., A . ,f - MA ' ii .1 W x His Y ty t tiff, 'N ---- .,13."-ffw. '--eg, c' y ' "' ' ,. . -it '-12. - .4 S., AL.s5,vf?ifEwn:'m..l,...,0 itit E Pearsons Annex Heavy eaters? Nay, not sol Yet to the Annex food does go, ln mighty piles of jam and toast, Or cream puffs fit to feed a host. Kind girls, their joy all bounds transcends VVhen they bring breakfasts home to friends. 122721 -61 v ,W ., ,. ., .VfT,,...r,Y,v,v .. ... -. 1 Z 1 'NW po 99 ' 060 WX x - .4- 64 ' Y RNS FF -.n .-61 ""N Y ' 'Y' ff? E il QA A J I , 4 pi s l W Q. i ' c.. "'-.gi -As w,.,1 J wt 5- Q, pt Current Epitaphery ON 'rms CANINE l':l.EMEN'l' Here lieth species Collegicus Houndicus, Black spotted, dirty brown, Flea bitten whiticus, Stump-wagging, mangy, ravening roundieus,- Let us pray they have soap in the land of Almighticus! Frm A CAMPUS Louu-Smmxiza God and the devil both are frantic,- Scared to death they'll get this dameg God wishes to preserve heaven's quiet,- Satan wants for Hell the same. Dis FUMIZR lfI'I'I'AI'H Fon 'rms SALON l am a phantom-the Salon de Fumer,- Fear not, I am just hypothetical. l died several deaths-now l'm under the sod- l'm a Lost Cause fweep herel,-how patheticall ON UNDli!lGR.1XDU ATE l'oiz'rs VVeep not o'er us whose graves you tread, But proudly speak our names, insteadg Earth-scorned, we've found eternity,L .., Y I f -. . N mx. Q-+i4l:g,g5QE,,w.rl" .9 1 l Gladly we died to make verse free! I275I .4-1, egsnely - A151 "Wm Wes. I mi- ---f -...af -esfx, V . I Alla. . .31 ..... 51.30 ...D , .,,, J Q can df liar -.Q 4. After College What? fREMI.NDER 'ro SENIORS or THE Social. Usxxoizs IN 'rms VV0'RI.D-4A'I'-LARGE, l. Relinquish custody of your napkin to the proper authority. 2. Carry an umbrella when it rains. ' 3. On entering a public building, it is not necessary to hold the door open until everyone in sight has passed through. 4. Placing personal belongings on chairs in order to reserve them will be of no avail, and incidentally precarious to belongings. 5. Refrain from racing with the other occupants of your lodging for the bath-tub. 6. Use the bath brush After instead of Before. 7. At cafeterias, you will not be expected to get everyone at your table a glass of water because you want one. 8. Store food in the pantry or kitchen and not under the bed. 9. When an older person addresses you, do not take notes. 10. Ring the door bell before entering houses other than your own. 11. Drug stores are not ordinarily run on the self-service plan. 12. When having afternoon tea, do not sit on the floor, or look startled if there is a teaspoon to every person. 13. Don't think it's Easter if you happen to have eggs for breakfast. I-l-. lVIittens, roller skates, grimy bridge decks and hair ribbons will not be acceptable in adult society. 15. Use discretion about saying "Come inll' when someone knocks. 16. Ask permission before helping yourself to the food or clothing of another. 17. Skirts are worn two inches below the knee, and bloomers should not form an obvious part of the costume. IS. Do not betray yourself into recognizing soda crackers as staple articles of diet. 19. Get rid of that Friday-dinner complex. ln the great world, Friday is just like any other day. 20. Finally, don't try to go to work on national and other holidays. It isn't done. Cllon't be discouraged at faux pas for the first year or two. You have to show somebody you're a college woman.j rem A RWM. A ,fywgx gk 9 Q, AM' r' - , 11 4. 'JAH' - L We ---- ff' J Eire, ' K f277j 'WP , mm? V. mm ii! "5--E27 R.. 'QE X V I K x . ' ' 5 ith' ,Q '-im he-r.fl4.2r A .rr T ff N-' myhariuiyw''-fgyifgisyqlxg. C xl pt A nfs yW?isi:,y,k,nrtR1.2::i..?3 Among the Dangerous Radicals of Holyoke Mountain College CREPOR1' 'ro 'rms FUNDAMENTAI. FEMININE CLUBJ Ladies, apropos I begin, allow me to assume a sedentary aspect in this chair, as I am still egregiously shocked, nay mortivated, by the conditions I beheld at that institution. I scarcely know how to make an incipiency, and I must needs be gregari- ous in order to give you an oeil de oiseaix perspective in so brief a. repertoire. I arrived there at eight in the morning and not to be consuspicious, I donned a rather deletorious gown, but to my felicity, I found the students not under dressed, but over dressed in the wrong sense. Let me describe a typographical one. The upper outer garment assembled one of our hibernated under Hannels, I learned later it was called a perspiration blouseg on the head some defenseless child's sailor hat had been approximatedg one hand was congealed in a substantial white knit mitten, but the other was nude due to the fact that the mitten, not supplicated in the usual fashion by a cord around the neck, had perspicaciously been lostg the skirt in constituency and volubility appeared to be compiled of one gentlemen's trouser leg segregated at the kneeg the hosiery was harsh and the feet would have been more appropriately shod in skiis-such were their dimensions, apropos of athletics, I sus- picion. My time is precipitating. The head lady did quite well except for the idiosnacy of wearing a sort of mourning negligee over her regular attire, when she addressed the institution. Also I noticed that she scorned the pedestrian lane on the highway, which seemed defiant of her despite that no locomotives were encroaching. just three minutes to elongate! I made a penchant of being in the P. O. lobby at eleven o'clock, and dear ladies, I abhor that you were not there to see the enervated riot that absconded. However, some of the sayings were even more vitiating than the sights. Two members of the dramatization society were discussing pecuniances. Sud- denly one ejaculated, "Wl1at's that item,-57.40 for beer ?" The other said, "Yes, ,Iuliet's beer, you know, h-i-e-r.'! Which is a good illusion of the slip-shop scholarship at that institution! I suspicion this Juliet, being the chief actorine in a play, was allowed intoxications in order to become inspirited. At eleven-thirty I amalgamated toward the recitation building. On the passage, I adjacented the Hall of Orpheus, and was obfusticated to note that there were seve1'al people within performing behind the glass. I conjection they were doing archi- pelagoes and feuds.-but they were all different. I passed then to Stripper Hall and divagated into a class chamber from which most rancid conversation was protruding. I harked. A student was anatomizing her instructor with this hygemony, "O gull, O dolt, as ignorant as dirt!" I could not but acquaint the head chaperone with I27SI A 'W 4"'.-'f7"HYi5 ?36'i-M-1.51: Wa ,Wm .A if 6? , 'l-.-N, Q L If , . - M, 'I ' ., ,,., , f A y M , I W A is J" . alias.,-3 wlsgsirizv. " .Br 'I Y ,,Qgw!,,.l ,.,. ill!-liz, "Aw "" -.li-""'uws "mL: C' "'1-f- "' is ':wDf'gQL5Ls'EQl:4,,,3L+'l"t""li:ii.D , - . such corrugated language, she expugned after an investigation, that the student was merely amplifying on Shakspere. Such dissemination could not derail me, ladies! Finally I arbitrated toward the gymnasticus,-the weather, l might incorporate, was simply superfluous,-where the students were undergoing the most vitriol abortions. I assented and beseated myself on the mezzotint where I could have a better deception of their antics. The demandant who circulated in front of the gathering would pre- scribe with strong detonations, but the students, I feel objurgated to exclose, were comatose,-very comatose, until the demandant splurged "skiphl" Ar this cruncture, there proceeded a great variety of "skiphing". More recently, I submerged myself in the substratum, where the class capacitated, clad delinquently in sheets, and connived into little cupboards, to be flagellated by streams of water. I daresay it is a very sopprobriouslcustom, but oh, ladies, I crepitate as I remunerate it, when the sheets, in their delinquency, became disretained, the panorama was decisively embroiling. I enthralled my conducer to embezzle me into the fresh air, where I proliferated a few moments on this incredulous decurrence, and strongly cohorted her to explicit our pamphlet on "Evil lfvehoodu, which, I carminated to myself, would soon disturb the shutters from her eyes ..... . O Mzlclame Chairman, surely I may extenuate just a moment over, to tell you of the wholesale hysteria I saw at six A. M. the Sunday before the winter recessional. I comprehended my land-lady to say they were Somnolents or Somnomores walking along the street ..... Very well, Madame Chairman, just as you predict, though I have many more ebulliencies to detail to you, the topic isnlt one that I enjoy pervading on, and at least I have tried to insinuate the extraneous factotems of the chrash radicalism extant in That College. We would append an epilogue: Wliicli goes to show We never know How with the public We do go .... And the moral: "Just always be Your bestn-for we Are hostesses Forever, . .. see? 1 I2Z9l .4!' 1' wx , ,lk Hur' "UQ, QM W T! W 9 U4 , N'+.. -"" . 1 P5 4 AE? , fy -..In V ,. P 1- H 5' . If -- Tw. I Xgqqwl, gxw. , nfl- , fgwgxx ,TJ , . .L L U " . ff-w ''2F13?2.Qzliff3'ETE:f--N"ff"" 'G wx -,,,, Ra, Q r, 5515, . S. Recent N Y Flo 5 een UH Comm 4 'T 1 1 T! I g:y"Yq'?:.w NI I T HEMBST 'lf -- iaiaiigg '-' I 1 CLUB a, L E!!!E!!::: ml n Qi I r giiliilii' , gg 5 ,Iillllll . he E! il T2 T KET I' T - pl 5 X M ' W T VH LVT The Hood ToHome The Let ter Good News ' - ' F T! 1 f - li Qui CT HO WS! V Z: ffl 'T wx W' Qwiirzr' JT Vfcs musf noi loc A , ,V.. 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S ominees for the Hall of Fame flfver since lldary Lyon established the precedent, we have wanted to compile a list of deserving names to submit to the selection committee of the Hall of Fame in order that the name of lVlount Holyoke Seminary might be glorified through its eminent individuals. Following is a partial list., MR. BOAS-whose passion for the truly continental gesture survived after the occasion for it had been removed c7'l'l'j' subtlell. IVIISS VVOOLIJEY-for her exquisite rendering of the line, "I have always told my husband that China was a most interesting subject to talk uponfl CCf. famous quotation, "I regret that I have but one lifetime to devote to this country."D lWR. TUCKER--who, in the inadequate disguise of a wig and distracting hose, made notable attempts in an erotic role. MISS IQLLICN BLISS 'l'ALBO'l'-who succumbed gracefully to rolled stockings for the sake of art and the drama. NIISS COUCH-who dared to call the faculty "RabbitsI 'liheylre just a lot of rabbits I" DR. GROVIQS-the strong and silent assistant to the detective who unraveled mys- teries with a notebook. MISS COMSTOCK-who, in spite of the benign influence of South Hadley, could think of expurgatable lines for her show. IVIISS MORGAN-for perspicacity. Speaking of the lfnglish department, she re- marked, "You know,-Mr. Boas, Miss Branch and all that family." IWISS I-IEWICS-for presence of mind. Unable, for the moment, to recall the name "Fairweather',, with perfect urbanity, she called on "Miss -er, Greenleaf". flvliss Hewes is rivalled in this capacity only by Miss Putnam who produced "Merry- weather" in a similar contingencyj NIISS STEVIQNSON-who sang, intimitably, "What a sweet little foot have I", in costume with appropriate gestures. MISS VVILD-for having bred a dog like Roddy. NIISS I-IUSSIQY-whose great coup d'etat consists of getting a check made out to lfloise and Abelard past the eflicient hands of the Book Shop and the bank! RUSS ITEVIQIJYN-for cross-country prowess. IWISS STAPLES-Slie achieved a Cadillac! I28l 1 C . vg""v Rm' L. gl ., . v. , ,V . . .2 . , !1,,x,,-' wifi s M Y NM .- ,. ,rm , .W - . J I 5 . Y ,Q-L. "Ly, ,v:1,.L,4,,f . I, ,j,-:yNi...",111,z,5,3. I l -, 1 , I C..., :mL,,Q.xQl:--,gg-.-A 3 'H'-U - '-QL 1 - , Q , . vp L , M- -4.-.1 if L- .yw S Lzszj '-1-1":-frat..-V 1 Q-.K ,mu Nb Q A . M Enf..y.,, 4 A . , f....N.,. WW A My , 1 I V 5 I "m7"4rq.,jYWMxiiVi.Mlx'!- f l :vff x-.4 A s --.gy ww. --...-.1 Q" j. , MVA t ,,mL.3Jg35Z,9:ugQiQw:::Mmm. EA? .,,.- ,...'-V-:w,,.,.,-. 4 U L fzssjl my 'gy 'X Amit" .' . 4-Bla ,,,w.....hesx4,.Q:i.Qgii3,,:imgw1A':- ' I D Q1 arte.-' ju-.-,gy:3f5fu:.,,,,aeL2i'L.......9 or--W, "" -.5 'ww '-W, Q' 'W N, --v ':..,--".- A-..- . ,K Ap. tt' TWO Black Crows CPARTS-19-285 Blnrk: Say, did you eveh heah o'I-lolyoke? Palerz No, Ah neveh hehd of t. Wlizit kind of a tree is that I3 IJ B IJ B IJ B IJ I3 ,J B P I3 ll I3 IJ I3 P. If IJ I3 ? . This ain' no tree what Ah'm talkin' about. Ah'm talkin' 'hout a col-lege. Hol- yoke, that's its name, llflount Holyoke. You gotta be ea'ful how yuh enounce that name 'cause it's a fussy col-ledge. Holyoke, you say? Yeh, Ah got yuh. VVhole-yoke, like the complete yalleh oi the egg. VVheah does the "lVIount" come in? Oh, they gotta hill up theah hack 0' the lakes, it's jest a little hill hut it figuahs pretty lahge in the col-ledge life. The "lVIount" in theah name is in memoriam. Wh:1's the matteh, is the hill dead? Well, no Ah wouldn' say thai. lt's crowded most to death, tho . . . crowded with trees, yuh know. The seeds wuz planted too close togetheh. VVh- who goes to this heah col-ledge? Oh, it's a guhls, eenietery. Cemetery? You don' mean cemetery. Se- se- centenary, tha's the wuhdl No, suhl Ah means cenffftery. Why's it a cemetery? Cause the guhls buhy theahselves theah fo foah yeahs. Do they come out alive? No nol Tha's no what they go foah. They come out bachelohs. Bachelohsl Guhls? Boy, you talk in riddles. Ah don' h'lieve yuh know what yuh talkin, 'bout. Yes, Ah do. They get into that place hy examination and they come out hy degrees. Tha's the truth. By degrees o' what? What you so euhious ahout? lt's plain tl se that yuh dunno nothin' about col- ledges at all. Well, mebee'Ah don't, hut tell me one thing. Tell me this. Wliile those guhls ah huhied theah fo' foah yeahs, whadda they do? Foah yeahs is a long time. Yeh, Ah know. Ah wuz in jail once too. But I ean't tell what they do eggsaekly. Say was yuh eveh reahly to this Whole-yoke eol-ledge? Yeh, Ah hen theah a couple times. - 52841 A- 15 A New . ' dr? . , 936, W. .-ef' .i 5 . Ms' A 'M i I, ' I . . ww, .- -'r':i.. .xg,LE 'N . I ,'- af. ,,,'.,.- . it ,f 1 ' 'ra ' L P. What fo'? li. Oh, to catch. 'l'hey have a dance lhout once a yeah, an' theah's a hanquet of a piece of frilled pie crust and six cool green peas that they have catchehs to sehve. It adds dignity to the peas, yuh know. P. Yeh, l know . . .'not to speak of the dignity the peas add to yuh vest. B. Get along, good for nuthin'. Shuffle yuh dogs. l'. I-low about doin, a little wuhk yuaiielf? B. Me? No suhl l'm getting' in practise fo' a joh up to the col-ledge-iixin' tennis courts and rakin' leaves. They won't take yuh 'less you know pretty well how to do nuthin'. Wal, good-hye gran'pa. l'. S'long, auntie. This M. l"l. T. Business Cliased on Popular Nlisconceptions, which we record, knowing full well the ridiculousness of their lmputations. You shall see.D Visiting ulinixierxr " .... . . . .this intellectual nunnery, sequestered in time and space. .. H The tabloid, heseeellinglyz "Could you please give us the pictures of some goof!-looking girls ?" ,J mherst llunlefxr I "Well, l found a daisy, hut they don't grow in hunchesl H Surjz1'i.re11 llfllllllll' 1111 monde, 'who likes his 'wonlezl "horn: "Now how in h--did you happen to be a product of etc etc. ? ? ?l' l1lll'll'LUOI'h'iIIg Springfield jrorierz "Yeah, them's lVlount Holyoke girls. They always carry their own bags,--strong and hearty, ylknowf' Sl'lllilIIll'i!'S, religious' .Yl'il0Ui.V, and the like, rlllfehing 1928 elasx iixi: "Ahal This is our meat. Get our form No. l48h,-the missionary letter." The lorzl high Seleermfln of Soufh Ilrlrlleyz "The college girls must he reminded that the middle of a state road is no place for their huzzing and chattering." fhlr. Briggs, of Sollfh Illlliil'-1', lezlfving for ll fzvlerlfion in ljllillllffiflllilll "l canlt stand these late hoursl liither me or the social functions at the college will have to he put an end to, thatls all there is to it." lfrirlger, in fhe hifellent 'lGlory he to God, l never did see the likes of their appetiteslu flflr. Gllf.S'.VlIIIl1I, hofveriug about wifh an engle eye. ClVlr. Glessman doesn't have to say anything.j fYou have seen. Would you all now like to join in with the Board as it laughs these small items off? Ready now, one, two, snickerlj rzssj . 54 , 0: 53 fp' A l , n iw . Xfxfe Imogme Faculty Show fy ' X " jf XX gf M 'W f fix? rig Ni ry? 'W a WDM 4 ia 4631, ISI I, f , X7 LU jg, ,V I lk K7 6 x 10' fj ' x Q? Q n,,,,ha! :Tl::ZMv-- K--wmmhm 7 ,Y .-vm-hz.-H:-f - Y VWWJ WY vu L- .-ET' . W I I K.-E: mx. Q- ' r-31 'X , , Q31ff"ff?-QZTE' Q, , ' . cm, llkijlif-LH3,ffi51+tQQ.,,-16131 .... ...o . J 5.75 f"'l' '1.-1"'1 S We See Focult Show THE EIVIERALD WDAIXIT sm J it.IW ,5'Iw"Mu 'e,N,h lib up 1 'f - ati .1 .V ., -' IN LOGO-SITU 21 FIQBRUARY 19- 5Iy dear Professor Squah, VVhen l received my report card I was surprised to find an "IQ" and I felt that you had lowered my credit, hut on further consideration I decided I had not studied hard enough to pass,- hut you must not think that I was lazy and hoped to bluff through. "Ethical Iiugenicsu interested meg I never understood at all what you meant when you said I was indifferent to science, yet I know that you have a wonderful knack of gaining the girls' cooperation instead of making every student hate all science and avoid all ethical points of view. I appreciate the fact that you are fair-minded and I hope you do not think me a conceited, superficial, vain character. You have been so patient that never could I hlame you for giving me a Ilunking mark when the Dean had already suspended me and I think a person should he dismissed who disregarded the warnings of a professor ' with your attitude towards the students. Nothing I know would please me more than to repeat your course when I return and prove my willingness. To he forgiven for saying ik ' .f I., eg?":a.:+f':2g...::f'+' 4' 4' L V that you had "egg on. the facel' would please me. Sincerely yours, -Iosephfne College. P. S. Now, you old fool, go back and fcntl CWI-Y other line. .I. L. Lzssj v-V , ,La-.Q-+1 WD 1, ,. , M, ,M - v L Q 5-,n,,.,m7 mmm xi' 'gl D at X .k..EQf'w, ,. , wwM- I W , 6 9 n ffiiskbxw fff'ssH XXX 5 4' mn W Sk W -1-.xy X N flf. W " f 9- ag H ,Mx ff 5 Xfx QYW W X W 'W ,M A , H 11 JJ jx 5 U 'qw 14 H Lf F4 , ff f J ll ' I 1 if W GU E S S XJHU 1. "swam 3,vJ'l3a0M!7fE,aJu113M-.--- Ewu .... W ftuflfl wear ,umm - lirrfilfif 'ZS f-4444 52891 'H . if? . , S-E5 bl ,fa K j4kdiT5, II A r M l i All E . "fl J , , ' 'Elf 2 ' Q , -,' T 3' .W ,wg , ..,, -ui - -.,,f I ,LL yi Finale - Concluclio - or What it x FIRST ICN S IECOND IC cWI'l'H AN OPTION ON ENDINGS, lt takes all kinds to make a world"- And into space a look she hurled While utt'ring with vast melancholy, This dictum on her campus jolly. lThank God, l'm not like all the rest" She mumbled with devoutful zest. But sad-she was an 'laverage man" Resembling all, as can on can, They make egress from this huge shop Into the world-to splash or flop. She let her burning eye alight On slickered groups,-then with deligl ln her superiority CShe wore umbrellas still, you seej She gave hers a defiant click And set it 'gainst the weather quick, Then swaggered off into the rain And never more was seen again. pmt: Croix Tuosia WHO Loviz TH She fled the campus, dreary place And entered into life's big race. Her super-self she cultivated VVhen from the clods she separated. And now she's had unique success She teaches school in Podunk, yes! It EIR l afy TQ as 'iEi5?:?33f5aaWG1zm Will You FAIRY Sroaiizsl : NDING CFoR Triosiz Wi-io Cizavis iz-R-RIZALISMD: This sounds a lot like mystery, But there is none, as you will see. She merely lost her umbrella,- What happened then, I can't tell-a, But what came hack-can such things be ?- VVas in a slicker. "Curedl" said she, f290j I I I I I I I n!o-m.1m-I 111-1-- 1 1 - I I I I The Llamarada Board recommends its A cl V e r t i S e 1' s and urges the student body to patronize thern II I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I. H2913 It was through the courtesy of our Advertisers that an All College Annual was rnade possible. INDEX OF ADVERTISERS Anson .......... Bennett, Florist .... Bibleau's Luggage . . . Bosbach, Hermann . Brigham's ...,.. Bucholtz SL Son . Carey, Florist .............. Casper Ranger Constructio Il Casper Ranger Lumber Co.. . . . Chalaux, Alma J. .... . Cheyney Sc Hunt, Inc . . . Childs ............. Clark's Flower Shop Fitz-gibbon, Dr. . . . Fleminfjs Boot Shop Foley, D. M., Co. Gall ivan Bros., Florist ...... Gateway Tea House . Glen's Beauty Salon . Glesmann ............ Hadley Bookshop Sl lnn ...... Hadley Falls Trust Co. ..... . Hadley Falls rIx1'LlSt Co. ..... . Hall, Charles .............. Hammersmith-Kortmeyer Co.. . . Hegyls ................ Heidner's .. Hirsch X Son ........ Holyoke City lVIarket ........ .Hotel Bridgway ..... Hotel Nonotuck Hotel Roosevelt .... Jackson's . . .... Johnson Sz Co. . . Laundry, College .... Lowney ........... Leary's Lingerie Shop . . . . . . lVIcAuslan, Wakelin Co. lVIcDonnell, Rose .... lVIansir Printing ....... Meekins, Packard and Wheat Inc. ............. . Merriam 3z Co. ....... . Motlier B's Cupboard .. National Blank Book Co. O'Connor, George F. .. O,Neil Sl Casella Office Equipment Co. . Osborne Hardware Co. . Paper City Engraving Co. . . . . Preston SL Bishop ....... Rand ........... Roy's lWusic Store . Russell ...... Sage Allen Co. . . Sheehan Shop ..... Smith, Howard F. . .. Steiger, A. ...... . Strand Theater Suffolk Theater . . . . Vangier, Dr. A. J. White and Wyckoff, White Studio ....... Whiting and Cook .... Whitilig Coal Co. ... . Woodbirie Gift Shop YVoodworth's ........ Yellow Taxi Yoerg's -Garage . . . 304 303 297 298 304 294 299 304 297 298 295 301 302 300 298 300 300 300 304 301 302 304 296 298 297 300 299 305 304 296 295 304 296 300 SKINNEIVS Sntins :unl Slcinncr':-: Crc-pcs! A silk fnlwic for every purposcff-:nnl with thc quality tlml has mzulc Ilic nzunc Skinnur famous since 1848. lim' mv.-n's suits :incl tupcouls, Skinm-r's Lining Sntina :mil Silk Smmzm-s. For wmncn's froclcs, lingerie :inrl lininp:sASkin- nn-r's C11-iles :md Crcpv Sziiins. Always Look for the Nmm- in the Svlvugc. William Skinner8c Sons E-YlUbliShUti INJLQ New York, Chicago, llostnn, Pliilmlclpliin Mills, llolyolcc, Mass. Skinners Satins Skinners Crepes "LOOK FOR THE NAME IN THE SELVAGEH man - r. ' l..1. cf ,- Msn:-1 Cff,-H, ing. lim.ii,.'iii.n.i.,i..fl.i. 1421, in:-:smn-. Atrium.,- f.-..n. -un. il nm. Q, i sim-1. shui 5.-my ll .xi ti '+-...4 -"i Mg! fzosj .....t.I1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1n-un ,P ...,....,,.-.,.,,1.t,, 11111 im--m-nu-im1n.!1 Ufe Carry - VVAlfl'l'lAlVI - I5 LGIN HAlVllL'I'ON - BU LOVA Wv!lll'llP.Y hxpcrt Xlnteli and jewelry Repairing M. HIRSCH SLSON .It-welt-i's Since 1891 187 lligli St. Hy The lllg l'lcfe': -llulyoiw 11m..un-uu1nu1nu..mi...un1uv.1uu1vn.-: 1 111 --nu1un.. 1iiit1 -im1i:i1uu--un-iu-nn--nii.-iui Do you know which shoe styles are best?-at FLlQlVIING'S you will find how carefully and correctly we have anticipated your wants in Footwear. lllljlfl'-1' to ll1II'IIIoIIize Flemingis Boot Shop Glesmamfs Building South Hadley, lylass. Mansir Printing Company Hi QUALITY PRINTING 5 9 Sziiiollc Street Holyoke, Mass. l -1- 'l' - - - - - - - - - --I---f-I-4. f294:l Hotel Nonotuek Holyoke, Massachusetts Special Attention given to College People DANCING in thc "New Florentine Room" livery livcning liixccpr Sunday from 7:30 until midnight. Cafeteria Service 7 a. in. tol2 p. in. S. T. DAWSON u1.nu1un1uu1nu1un-mi1im1uu1mi1uu1un--mi1nn- -tlli...-im1lu.1,,1.111111nn1n1:1nu1nn...un...uu1.nu...uu-..u For a Good Old New England Boiled Dinner Try Some of Foley's Rolled Brisket Corned Beef lf llas No Equal D. M.FOLEYCO. Groceries, Meats' and Fish Corner Appleton and Chestnut Streets 1.1nn1nn1.uu-I-n1nn1u-I1nn1.un1uu1vm1un.1nu-up -ui.1i.H1ml1m.1uin..uu...un1un...nu1nn.-nn1nu1nn1u Stationery. Magazines. Notions, Toilet Goods, Confectionery and Fancy Groceries HE A N S O N ' S ' 3 College Street -1 +11--I. l I Main Ofiice Branch Ollice I 58 Suffolk Street Corner Main and Ilwight Streets I HADLEY FALLS TRUST Co. I Total Resources Surplus 325,000,000 39600000 I l A BANK OF STRENGTH and CHARACTEER I We want the public to feel toward us just as you feel toward the man I who does for you Z1 little more than you expect, in at little less time than you I have Z1 right to demand, and a little better than anyone else. ' We invite correspondence. l orificmas lr jOSI'Il'H A. SKINNICR. Prcsialenr I Frecl l". l':u'lriclp.fc, lst X'icc-l'rusirleul joseph S, Ilrnpvzm. Assistant 'lll't'll5ll!'l'I' I Irving S. Puleifcr, Vice-Vrcsiilenl and 'l'rust G001151' AlH11'1'l. JXSSiSlIlHl 'l'I'USl Oflivlvl' I OHTCUY' C. Hcrhert llcll, Assistant Trezlsurcr I I. ouzml L. 'l'itus, Vice-l'rcsiilcnt :ind 'l'ru:isurer lilm-:lr I-', ilgmlm-S, Assismm 'I',-L-Hsu,-lt, I l'l:u'ry J. Iinrclwcll, Vice-1'rcsidcut Charles XV. Enihury, Assistant Trcxlsuiu' I SPECIAL CHECKS ISSUED FOR COLLEGE ACCOUNTS . .pi-.... -....-..........-...........-...........-.......,...-...-...........-.,..-....-....-...........-...-.. .......-....-....-............-...-....- .!.......-....-....-.....-....-....-....-....-....-,..,-....-.,..-....-...E .I ....... ,-.,-M--.-...-.,..-....-....-.....-....-....-....- I 1 ' I Clark S Flower Shop Cheney SL Hunt Inc. , Amr. DWlGl'l'l' s'l'Rlilc'1' , I I I HOLYOKE' MASS' .l1'uwlw'.v 111:11 Cjflflflllllf I l"lou'urs 'llClCfIl'!lIJll0Cl All Over The XVorlcl I I 275 M1ll'll' Sl1'1'1'l' ll0lY0lfl'- MHSS- .i..........- -....-....-...........-....-.....-...........-....-........,....g. ,.I...-....- -....-....-............-....-....-..........-....- ... of Nui- iilii 111-1 u nn1-nu-no? u?n-uu-- :111111 iiii I ml . I I , I Mother: Son, why do you hold : I 9 I M:n'y's love so lightly?" H X S I Son: Oh, mother, she,s just in 'm"'O"m I that 'arma virrumque Cano' CLEANERS and DYERS - s age. , 'Afff-fAeff--fvf ffrr in-1:1-1-Y-eff I I Cold Storage For Furs I Holyoke Store: S27 Dwight St rect I People who live in glass houses Works:920 Main Street I shouldn't throw parties. Holyoke. I I : .,...-.... ...... ...... ...-.,. 4.-. .... ..-....-...-.. ..... llon-Iu--n-n--un--un-nu-1nu-un-um-un-nu-un-uu- -mu-un--nm-un-uuinu--uu---nn1un--nn--un-mn-mt I Attention! Students and Professors I 'I' - - Complete Eastman Kodak Supplies I I The Wllfldblne Shop K"d"kAdviCc - I sotrru u ml VY t'EY'l'l"R GEORGE F. OlCONNER I I ' ' " ' ' ' I Druggist I I Gifts, beautiful for all occasions High Sl., Corner of Essex, Holyoke, Mass. 3 -,Il,Tn,IlIIIiiuII1-uni,ulI,,lniwillI,ill,,7nwiI'lI,-IIN-n+. Ilrl!IllIlll1-llIlrvilll1III1-vIlIl1-Mlllllll-uilllvIlllinlvllwillllln I295I inni. TunTuuT 1 1 1 -. .. 1. 1 .. .-. ..uu1 1.11.-nn-.uni 1 1. 1. .-. 1 1 .-W1 1uuiuniuniuui....un.-mi....un--nu-xiiii-uiiinniunr-ii William B. W hit in g CoalCo. I Old Comporzylv Lehigh 458 Dwight Street Phone 4 HOLYOKE JAeKSoN's Soda Luncheon Candy Home Made Candies Delicious Luneheons Refreshing Sodas College I ees and Sherbets BMESE 281 High Srrecr HOIYOICC. Massachuscr illITlli'li 1 -1 T Z illi iiilhilll '!' in Q, -im-in--iiii-im-im-nin-ui-iiii-,iii-un-i-n-ui,-lin-nu? I I I The Little Green I Gift Shop I I I I A delightful Shop in which to I select gifts of unusual charm. i You will final Lamps, modern or I antique in design, Colorful Boxes, I Book Ends, Cubistic Flower pots I . . . and even furniture to add the I bit of Colonial, for the "College Home". 1 -...- I I I I - I g A Singer 8: Gln. g I l'I0Il1'fll Floor I HOLYOKIQ, MASS. .I - - -I- '?""""""""""-'n'M' "" -"""" """""'!' I I I I I HOLYQKE I I I I YELLOW CAB 1 I 1 CO. I I 120 Pine Street I I I I I i I I I I if I I I I I I PHONES I 7300 - 7301 - 733 i l .. .g.-...-....-....-.H-ii.-..,-....-...-....-..-...-....-....-MQ. I2961 inn.. -in-1uu-1un-niu-nu1iin- 1 -- -in 1un..-itu1un1uuiinu--un1nu1iuuiuiuiuiuiinninu .qiu...q 11.-.ug.-15141.-ug.1.p1.l1 .- -.gin Complimrntx of THE SUFFOLR THEATER HOLYOKE, MASS. -W1M1nn-un1nu--nn-un1nn1nu1uu--u -iu-1un- 1nu- -uni 1 -- -1nn1un-- .1 - ruin-1nu-,ig CASPER RANGER CONSTRUCTION CO. Mount Holyolu".c Finr'.s'l Structure.: Arr RANGERBULLT HOLYOKE, MASS. -..nu1um-iun1inu1nu1nn1uin-unini:--iui1inn-irulliola Bibeau's Luggage Shop QUALITY LUGGAGE 277 Maple Street Holyoke, Mass. FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED To all part: of the United Stairs and Canada GALLIVAN BROS. 192 High Street, Holyoke, Mass. inuiuniun-nni1nn-nn1uu-nn-iin1m.-.uui-mi-nn- 1.411-.,n.-iiniiiuiiuni, 1 .- .1,miiui-...-.m1i.n-. The Gateway T ea HO use Breakfast Luncheon Afternoon Tea Dinner Rooms for 'lransients Mrs. L. Y. Churchill 96 College Street DR. E. J. FITZ-GIBBON DR. J. J FITZ-G1EEON DENTISTS lladley Falls Trust Company 500-3 '!' l l l l -1- 'P 4 l l l l l I l l l I MOTHER B's CUPEOARD llfllrn you swan! good thingx for teas Hurry up lo "Moll11'r IFJ" Pine Street - - South Hadley, Mass. -inn-nn-uw-nu-0:1111:1nu1uninniuuiuiei-nu-.un1 .,.1y.,.-lm-.,1...... 1.niun1iil.1.i....u,-.,..1 1.11.1 Employer: And have you done any work during the summer? Quailiiig Senior: Yes, I did social service work in the public parks. Employer: I don't helieve I quite unde1'stand. Senior: I made a point of going up to every parked car I saw and warning them that God saw them. .g.-....-...i-...-. ------ - - -W... 'Q' l l l 1 -i- '!' l l ! l l 1 I l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l 4' I2971 THE LEARY LINGERIE SHOP Cor:1'l.r, Undrrthings, Hosiery 225 ltlaivle Street, Holyoke, Mass. HEIDNER'S Piano, Victrolas, Radio, Records, Rolls, Sheet Music, Mtlsical Merchandise Saxophones, Violins All kinds of Brass and Stringed Instruments. A SERVICE DEPARTIVIENT' for the rrffmir of all lI1llXilYI1 n1xfrun11'11t.v. LG. Heidner St Son, Inc. 286-290 Maple St. "HOLYOKE'S MUSIC CENTERU -m,...m,-nn-nu...nn-un.-.nuqiiniiuu.-ituiuuinu.-:uni illl-I-lllT!lIIlIlT IIII TMNT IIII T Illl illli IIII -il illlillli? TIT llll TMNT llIlIlTllIl1-lll1l- lflllllllll l TIIIITIII PAPER CITY 1 cofifpzimifi- Of ENGRAVING Co. 1 1 T 1 THE HOLYOKE CITY lffflffff T E Engrafvers Eleclrotyperx i rQ1'p51z0c13iLQ Phone 700 1-lolyokeplllass. l 3-19 - 355 I-Iigh Street 'Holyoke -. ,l., .-M1 .,,. ...lm-. .,., -. ,.,, -. .... 1 ,.., ..,,,...m..1 .lll 1m44ngj, viv- nuun 1m-I-IN1 fnll 1 lfvl 1 lvll -- Illl 1 1 1un1llu-iuuinni 1711- 11-u--an-.1-u.-m.-u.-ml-mi- --an-'T - 1w-- -I -- --M-HH-w'- I'I' -HII-Iw-v1I--I-I-H-vw-- Holyoke's Leading I S T R A N D Department Store Holyoke. Moss. Tha! we have Jucceeded 1'.r allfxled , by our growth Presenting ,,,,, 1 PHOTOPLAYS , I ! OF CHARACTER McAus1an 81, Wakel1n Co. - Incorporated l 1 Continuous Daily from High, Dwight and Maple Streets i 1 1:30 to 10:30 iluilltl--lv11hI1 IIII llllilllll IIII 11011 vlll - 1' 1III 1 IIII -of 31:11-nn-:ful ni vlul 1un1un1n1l1ul-Iu11ulI- 1IIII1H -:minor-nu-un1uu1.nu1mainn-..uu...u111111111-n--111,111.1-1.11111 -14.11-1-in-nn1un1nn1:1111nn1inu1uu1un1uu-ulu-- Ask the Stationer i MONARCH Ring Book ONE KNOW is better than 12 GUESSES Do you KNOW or do you Guess at your data, for personal and profes- sional use? ' You can be sure you KNOW, by using a M O N A R C H Steel Hinge Ring Book for your important data. for 4720 Series NATIONAL BLANK BOOK COMPANY Loose Leaf and Bound Books Holyoke, .-1m--nn--un1uu- 1 -ml-.nu..-nn..nn1ln.1m....M.-,.,1.m.1nn...,,,, 12981 - MZlSS2lChUSCttS -un.-nu1un-mi1.m.1un11-u1un1uu1.im1nn..-in ...W1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1.1, illeekins. Packard sf lllheat--L Spriiiyzliclnl. Nassaicliusclis A Department Store- where the smart young col- lege miss may be com- pletely outritted from head to foot-or in the home furnishing sections you will find just the right rugs- draperies-or furniture for your college rooms. 11.141-141 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 114:11 -un...nu.,uiu1in-un1uu.1un--nn1nu..nu...nn1uu1nu- A jolmrurz' lo write upon. A plmrwf fo wfcfiw Both you and yourfric'1zd,r will enjoy White and Wyckoff's DISTINCTIVE STATIONERY lt's Always ln Good Taste For .vale by good clmlfrr XVherever Stationery ls Sold Made Iiy White 8: Wyckoff Mfg. Cc. l'lOI,YOKlC, MASS. 40111-iilivnlil-1ne--nn-uu.1nu1.nu1uu1.nu.1un1. 1.1.1 4, HOTEL BRIDGWAY S PRINGFIIC LD, MASS. Accomodations for 4 o o Gu e S t s D i n n e r D an c i n g EVERY EVENING TIIE ZVEW COLONIAL ROOM -..i.1l.u1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11-n1.,,.1 -uu1-uu-anim-1nn-u111n1:1in-un-nn-nn-niu1ini1 The Tea Room ls always invitingwat the Luncheon or'l'ea hour--'and a convenient rendezvous. Gift Store Every Week in the Year Displaying in an atmosphere of Quality, interesting Old World Wares and Unusual American Lines. Charles Hall, Inc. The Hull Building 411 Main St. Springheld, Mass. I I -...i. q..........-.....-.....-........,..- .i-i...-i...-....-..........-....- 1010..-..1pl1.,-.lg1g'1.1,1..1...1gn1. 111111 1 1 1 ...W1 1 1..u1m.1.n11m-.qg1ul1 1 1.4 'Q' EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY I in both sjmrl and dressy models at i MARCIL SHOPPE A. J. C1-mLoUx . 264 MAPLE s'rum2'r 1uu-- --in-uniun--uninu1nn-:ini-nn1 1 uuun 1nu-nl: 1mm 11111 nu--n 1 -nn-- 1 11-n-noi: I OSBO RNE , HARDWARE CO T ISVICRYTIIING IN IIARDW,-IRE ! and A HOUSE FURNISIIINC GOODS l I 245 High Street i Holyoke, Massachusetts I .....-....-...-.. --.. ........-.......-....-..-.i. 1 1... 1mr-nu-un-M1uu--ni-1un-1un1nn--nu1nn1uga C. W. JOHNSON SL CO. 1-'RANK R. KNOX INSURANCE: or ALL KINDS 225 High sn-at-I Holyoke, lungs. -..............-....-...-..............-..................-..... .5. ruin-nminll-1111:-1nu--:ruinnvnu--unlviui--mlvul:ulli-14 I H. N. BENNETT 7 FLORIS T i Hadley Street South Hadley I -....- .... -...... .... -...... -..- ..,. -.......-.,........-..f. 1 1 1,.,11.,.,1n1r-r,-I.-41,11 '!' 1' '!' 4 'I' -i' .-ml11.1411...1,4,,1.i.1nII...M1nl-,...1,,.,1n,,1,.n1iin1 YOERG'S GARAGE Distributors of UNITED STATEIS TIRES Tcl. 8-0-4 IIULYOKE MASS. ..1nin1,.,,...m1iini.-.,.,,1un1W1W1 1 .1.m1un1 -un-uu1nn--nu1mm1-un-1nn-un--iuiiuuu-uiuiun.-.uni H. BUCHHOLZ SL SON OSCAR BUCHHOLZ Tlzmlriml and Fancy Dresses COSTUMERS Wigs, Beards, Etc., Paints, Powders, Masks, Animal Heads, Swords, Armor and Jewelry. Drcprrltions for Halls, Hfeddings, Fairs, Elf. 33 Lyman Street, Springfield, Mass. u1upi1nu1nii1.n1,in1.,..1n,.1nii-,in1uil1n'-rln1 .lm...m.1.m1rm.1qm.-.m1,,,4-mi-iln1m1.-ng-.m1,,q1 PRESTON Sz BISHOP, INC. HOLYOKE'S LARGEST ELECTRIC SHOP 235 - 237 MAPLE STREET Miss K. Gomlmzm College Reqpresentative. ........-M............-u........-......n.........-.......n.....- 5 -N..-....-H..-in-.....-...ri-....-.................-......-....-...-- A. J. VAUGIER, D.D.s. Room 301, Prew Building 276 High Street Holyoke TlfI.EPl'IONE I 9 3 7 n1nu1 ...nn1nu1nn.1uu...nn..-nu.--W1im1 1 1 THE LOVE LIFE OF THE ONION V Two little onions, planted far apart First came together in a vegetable cart. One little onion said to the other, "You're my ideal woman! You're just like my mother!" Fate parted the onions, and Peggy bought one, Mrs. Ranger bought the other for her fine big son. But true love will triumph-the onions found bliss- For they met and they mingled in one long kissl 1.,,.1 1 1 1,I1....1.,,,1,,1..,11...,1u.i1l.r1 A. J. RAND jeweler and Optic ian 301 Appleton St., Near Y. M. C. A. Holyoke, Mass. ..-...-......-....g. f-'i' Ln C G -1' -5- -mi-uu1nn-nn1nn--un1nu1un-uii1mi...nu...i 1m-1 Estzihlishezl 1884 JOHN T. ROY CO. ! Nap. D, Iiellefeuillc, Prop. MUSIC AND ART NOVELTIES CORNER MAPLE AND APPLETON STREETS ir...nu1uu...uninn1im...uu1un...nn...nn...nu.1un-m.1 -nu-nu1un1uu-nun---uni. ... inn--un-un-,,,, -M--.1 -1111 M-. ...I -.,. ,111,i ,,,,.. ,,,, 111111111111 I ...--gr Casper Ranger Lumber Company I DEALERS IN Lumber and Building Materials General -Woodworkers YARD AND PLANING lVlIl,L--Corner Appleton and Bond Sts. HOLYOKE, MASS. .-m...-N... 1. 1 .. -. .. 1 ... -. 1 -.uni 1nn-W1M1m..1n.l1,m-.,m.-ml... ..- 1 .-Hull...- SHOPPING PROBLEMS SOLVED! If you Want a new frock in a hurry, for some special event, or there's a gift that you forgot till the last min- ute-just Write to our Per- sonal Shopper and tell her your requirements. She will give them the same care and consideration in selection that a personal friend Would. Sage-Allen 8: Co. Inc. HARTFORD CON N. ....4. 4. I30 1 - 1. 1 U l - u 1 -i- ' "" -"""""u- "" -""" "" '-""-"'-"'-"'-"'-"-H'-'1' I Robert A. Glesmann Department Druggist South I-Iadlcy, Mass. ........-....-.....-....-....-...-.,..-....-.............. .. -..- q...-....-...-....-.,..-...-i...-....-.........n..m.-...-....-...- O'Neil 81 Casella -ff - -t , 2 "Your Class Jeweler" BOSTON -un-mi-. .1 1.,,,-..m.-,,,..,.u.-,.q... .. -. -.min -nu-un-un-un1nn--nuiun.-.nulluu1uu1un.-. .-M1-n G L E N ' S BEAUTY SALON Holyoke South Hadley Center I -2- l l l ! l l l l I I -1- 'l' l 1 l ! 'I' 'K A l --unina-unit:niuu--uninn1-nu--tuuiulliuui-un :un ,..,,,... ..m.1l 1 1 ,...m,.-im-nu1 1.11 ,,,, g CLUB HOUSE for Students and Alumnae ANTIQ Ulfs BOOKS GIFTS Rooms with Fire Place and Bath Breakfasts - Luncheons Teas - Dinners BOOK SHOP INN Hadley Book Shop 31 College Street lllli' -I TIIIl1lllliHNTIIIII-SJIIITNII-illlli TIIIIIT 1' E. M. Lfdrigham Sc Gln. .'l Springfield ln.rlilul1'm1 S1"7lt'I ISJS 5 H-HE Youthful Smartness in Apparel and Furs of Quality V EHEE 5 Make Brlghamk your meetingyplace when in Springfield 1:1111llrlvnvllllvuu-11.11 1 1.m1 1nn-1nn- im1n l -1- 'Q' l -1- 4- -..i-........ In 2021 -nn-un..-un 1-nn1un-un-um1.uu--un-nii...mi1im-..u SHEIiHAN'S SHOP CORRECT COSTUMES REASONABLY PRICED l"rcnch Models --- New Xork Amluntion 11 St L lll l Nl 269 Ma 1 e ., rue ' o yo cc, . 11.58 Freddie, scintillating senior in the back row of Shakespere, exten sively assimilated, wants to know why, if the funeral of a man is the disposal of a Corse, the funeral of a woman isn't the disposal of a corset. -uu1un1 n...mi1 -uu1nm--uniuu-nu1un-un1nn1 THE OFFICE 1 41m nu.-..un1 EQUI PM ENT CO. S SU I" FO LK ST R EET MASS IIOLYOKIC --I.--ti..-im-.M--.I.I-ia.-mi-.II.--...I-I...-in--mi--m ,.1lm--nn- 1 1 1u,..1nn.-M.-un1 1 5h9?Q1rQQ,E2!EfY Exclusive in style and of the best quality for every College require- ment. Special at- tention given to Mail orders from lylount Holyoke Graduates-as for the past Thirty- seven years. THOMAS S. CHILDS Incorporated 275 High St., Holyoke n1i...1.im--lm-. 1 1 11:11 uu1uu...u -uninu1:-n-minn1nnluu-nu-1nn-un-nu-nuiu I-Irrntann Enalmrh Zlnr. UC7'!IffJ"I1M7Z in Keeping Thing! New" CLEANERS DYERS FURRIERS COLD STORAGE Oflicc, X'VKDI'kS Sc Refrigerated Vaultls l-l-6 Brown Ave., Holyoke, Blass. 'ly45gE1ll' gl ff D Oli, 1 - "nw" 1, tw YOUR stopping at the ROOSEVELT, when in New York, is adequate assurance of a most pleasant sojourn. The advantages of exceptional hotel service may be enjoyed here without the penalty of excessive cost. "7he Ra Q SEWEEJE Madison Avenue at 45Ib Street NEW YORK EDWARD CLINTON FOGG-Ahnmging Diru! EE .-111111111-.nnlli To the Class of 1928 We extend our best Wishes, with the hope that the years to come may be full of all the good things of life, as happy as your college days. LQWNEYS 1un-1....i11...--.11 l203l H -nu1.nu-un-nn--nu-uas--nu1nn-viu1uu1lul1uu-nu1u Sporf Dresses, flfternoon Dresses . and Party Dresses ROSE MCDONNELL 324 Appleton Street 1un--un1un.-mn-u.i.1uu.1uu..nn1nu.1nn...m1.nu....nu.. ..,m..lm1nu1 1m,1...,1m.1w,.1nn1,m... .1.m1.m Which reminds us that Miss Couch came up one day to Rey- nolds and tapped her on the shoulder. After a dramatic pause, she uttered the following sentence. 'fYoulre just the girl I'Ve been looking for. You know the play "John l"1'rguso11"? Well, I must have you for Clutie-he's a nit wit, you know." -...........-..,.-.... --------- ....-...Q A Friena' 11ii.111111111111ivu- 1,4..1.,1nH11..1,u1,,..1,,n1.,..1.,,1,,,.1,.y,1,,.1,,,- cur l+'l,OWliRS AND PLAN'rs CAREY. FLORIST Member I". T. D. 14ss'n Tel. l-IOS W. South Hadley, Mass. -nuinn-nu1nu--uw1un-mr1nn1nn1pm1-nu-:nur-uv1u -.iI-M111n--uu-un-in1.1.1.11l.,.1uu1uu.....N1.n.-uu..u g'radnaterl from high school, tliert- was among my few gifts a check for tive dollars, l bouglit a Merriam XVchster Collegiate Dictionary. From that time on this volume has been as my constant com- panion a pride and pleasure throughout all my travels and wzuult-rings in the great king- dom of hooks. It has been, to ialte the remark of Harry Leon NVilson's pathetic Mer- ton, at once my best friend and my suvcrcst critic."- -Ronald I'. Bridges, Instructor in Iintgiish, Sanford High School, Sanford, Maine. G. Q C. MERRIAM' CO. SI'RIkNGl"lI'1l,D, MASS, .-m1,,1ni.1lu-....-lyy.-M1I...-li.-..m1nu.1.,,.-I.- -un-un--un-uninu--un1nln1.lul-unit:n-uu...nu1lm.1ul Mount Holyoke College Laundry 1nu1uniun-nn1im1mi-.I1.1.11.1.1.4..m,-.m,1mi-nu- -i- 'I' I -1- 'I' 1 -1- -1- 1 I 4- '!' 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