New Haven High School - Elm Tree Yearbook (New Haven, CT)

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X4 . , i . , ,R "N ' ' -' f2..f-"'1- 5' :uk ,1 .-Q.-'1 - - .-13: N I """wm I wPBg3iSAIQEmnnEJg5m,EEmrrafrsiggggv 'X .-. f .Q ,,, XI,-'L . ,t1,L1,X ,QQ ," "1 ,Nw af I I XX ,-Xl '1 H ' 2 - - 1 I . ,.XX.- I , .3 Z X 'HF ij ,HQ X.i' F' Hal.. I I 'Hr'.'4 X X 11 ' fl -HJ I I" , - 1 . fr -'i JH? A -A f' 'A -k ' :. 4' I-. P -'l , '. . I ' L . I' ' ','-2, ' I v .7 Y ,plz ,.'.mi,l".1. - '- 1 - M31 'H 1, ff!-1 ,Jr ,XJ-- L Xf 555 X, XX 4X1Xvh-1 , , Xi , ww Y, .-i -u w, 'u-'Q - XXX.X ' if X, 1 XI 12 X I X . 1XrgXJ,.1.lX.fa-X ' 1 :ff if was-4-1.EiQ.nBhkQ.Ig - llnutiroduotory. The purpose of this book is to gather together facts of interest during the career of the class of IQO5. The editors have endeavored to make the statistics as complete as possible and to publish histories of the class during the four years of its existence which will serve to recall the pleasant inci- dents during our course. Vtfe wish to extend our thanks to those who have assisted us in the publication of this book and who helped so greatly to make this volume of the class book a success. FV. C. H. N. R. M. A. B. C. CHARLES L. KIRSCHNER ' A 5? I 'N lfdglivm - ,t Il Iilgily, 'K ,QQ t:iE,A,il1M.,Wl.li .llltw l -. xl J."u'i'l 'iii ' , 'illi1illl:i."- i i p, x X' -lb nr' .- f : All 14 i t are-X M . ' I ' 5 , -a ,. :bisiffgxsem -. f -A '-igfi, -.-Ju .-F?" -- - 4:irr-m17r.7.E -1- Hillhouseo HAT young and ignorant mortals we must have been four years ago! but how exceedingly "big" in our own eyes, when, with books under our arms, we, the class of nineteen hundred five, wended our way to the Hillhouse High School, then situated on the corner of Wall and Grange streets. How many times we were hailed as f'Scrubs,' on that September afternoon, few would have been able to ascer- tain, but, once inside that awesome building, we were left to our own devices, all, all, alone. VVith what pride we marched. from one to another of the rooms that had been vacated only a short time before by our Upper Classmen. 'We soon heard of the Athletic Association and of various clubs in the school, but when the announcement of the dance was made, which was to be given by the Alpha Alpha Sorority and the Alpha Delta Sigma Fraternity, to help pay the large debt incurred by the Boys' Athletic Association, it was only as a dream to us, as t'Scrubs" were not supposed to go., but must wait until they were old enough to join the ranks of Sophomores. Before long, how- ever, the girls of the three societies gave afternoon teas, and the Freshmen girls were only excluded from the B. T. - tea, but later in the year, one was given especially for them. 8 Nlaw I-l..xvi4:x l-lion Scnooi. Cmss Book. Early in the Spring. some of Miss Mei-Xlister's classes gave a Sliakesperian play in the large Library of Hillhouse. Then came the Radiator dance, followed by our Spring vacation. Wle then realized we would be ignored by our elders but few months more, and that we were to be honored, as being the last class to enter, and remain a whole year in our old, beloved Hillhouse. Ge11c-Wa HUIIIIICI' Strong. oeirrelmmeitmo HEN one attempts to recall events of four years ago they seem to be very dim, in one's recollection. But yet we must start back here in giving the history of the class of 1905 from the time that, as scrubs, we First sat on the old fence and awaited developments. As yet we had not seen the interior of that mysterious building, for thus it appealed to our youthful imaginations. 'Wle knew only that we were to spend four years of learning inside its walls. Our trouble started as soon as we had received our schedules. for we had no idea where the various recitation rooms were and we found them only after much difficulty. Wfe received a hard "scrubbing'l from the upper classmen, as we had to run the gauntlet every day for a week in order to get into school, and the faculty were nowhere around, much to our chagrin. A The class so exceeded in numbers that of its predecessors that there was not enough room for all. On this account, some divi- sions were excused at quarter after twelve every day during the year and others were excused at recess twice a week. The football season was now on and IQO5 had three men on the team, which had a very successful year. Fmsr YEAR Crass. 9 Being scrubs we did not participate very generally in the social functions of the school, but looked forward to them as future pleasures. 'What joy we used to have at recess when we were privileged to stroll down Broadway and patronize the "grub" venders. Qur hearts were all saddened by the death of President Mc- Kinley, which took place shortly after school opened. As a fitting tribute to his memory the whole school marched to Calvary Bap- tist Church, where commemorative exercises were held. As nothing is enduring in this world, neither are scrubs. Many were the siffhs of relief when that year of trials and tribulations 6 was at last over and we could raise our eyes to higher and better things. Newton R. lWmz1'0ss. ,. I ,fwfff .. 'fkgmw 653' 4 rl- 1'-Iv I 'Z fggoltfz -'41, f,"'5' 1111, im I l min i Ziff?-Q51 fi : 61 ,I 1, ,gm ANN: f Il I I 7 ' I-' sbs ff N Q'-i:.z.J-l"':'Es-zz, Z1 Rx Ya, Q... gy- gym Qiffzx XS, jig- ? I W fi .z ,. 1 , 71 " ' 'faeifrg' 2- f ,f if ' 1fi3r!i?i-2554 'fir' w ,f ,f Qu f- 1 ,- ,Y . 'zaanvwv , 5' . :-'Tie ?' ' 74 j W, g- rtw,aa. Z fQ X .ff . :resin 5 X I 4 1:-1641 lisa ' 5:5 it X s -- 'ree ' ' 1-ELlL,iliif:- e - ff ffm, f c .222 - N-N Q, A -g ' J ' Q - X, "ffff, - X , 5' fl -f fa, 'ig-K5-Q ?Q.jisf, ., "". - , fra c'f':'-ff,-Er ' . f "Q,-if-TC lf Sf W -lf' 44. 3' ,gig if-,-,, -,2x:""f:f ' f-lf ' --1,4 ' I ft. V ' " -. W- ,. MX 4, ,,,7,F- -ea Z T i '1'1 "" 1 f 1' f ff DE AR A NN X Xlw y as Ls g -X -.7-f,,,,,..ng Hilfbouseo "Life is short. indeed, but troubles are shorter." HIS quotation could truly be applied to the feelings of the Class of 1905 when, one bright morning in Septem- ber, we returned for the second time to dear old Hill- house, Sophomores! Verily, no other name could fully express our emotions. VVe were no longer insignificant "Scrubs" -those days were over and with them all ourytroubles. The football season soon broke the monotony of school life and inspired fresh enthusiasm. The team was unusually success- ful and attracted great attention by its brilliant victoriesg among them that famous game at Meriden with a score of eighteen to twelve and a championship for the school. P However, all the pleasures of the year were not reserved for the boys. In the early fall the Alpha Alpha Society gave a very pretty tea to the girls of the school. A little later the B. T.- Society very pleasantly entertained the girls of the three upper classes. This was followed by a tea given by the Kappa Mu Sigma girls. In the early winter the Scientific boys showed their dramatic talent by very successfully presenting parts of Shalcespeare's "Julius Czesarf' Sizcoxn SKIQAR Cinxss. I I Then came our Christmas recess, followed in the early part of january by the Radiator entertainment and dance. The farce, "My Class Day," was greatly enjoyed. This was followed by a dance given by the Theta Sigma Fraternity. In May a second farce, entitled,"The New Reporter," was presented to us by the Crescent Dramatic Club, after which we enjoyed another dance. lt was about this tinie that we bade farewell to dear old Hill- house, and, armed with books and umbrellas Qfor even nature wept at our departurej and led by a German band, we marched bravely to York Square to take possession of our new Hillhouse. lt took us almost the remainder of the year to become accus- tomed to our new abode, for many of us were but as strangers in a foreign land and oft strayed about like lost sheep, forced to seek the shelter of our next recitation. But days and months pass quickly byg time, it never standeth still. So, ere we realized it. our Sophomore year was over and honored juniors we were at last. Frarzzces C. Bamz T oordman., HAT 'fsum tota res" was the supreme thought in the minds of all of us when we returned to Boardman, as Sophomores, is beyond dispute. But now, with the wisdom of two years later, we look back with pleasure and some amusement to the time when we could, with justihcation, laud ourselves over the infants who had just taken our places. Professor Mather, who had been our principal the year before and whom we already knew as "T, 'Willief' was at first greatly missed, but when Mr. Kirschner filled his place our regret was alleviated. The very first day we were instructed to leave the "Scrubs" alone, and although a few obeyed the instruction there were others I2 New I-liwi4:N H1111-1 Sci-iooi. Ciaxss Book. who could not and would not refrain from udoing as they had been done by." This year marked the consolidation of the athletic teams of Hillhouse and Boardman, and seemingly, as a direct result of the union, the football chanmpionship in the Trinity League was won by the team under Captain Green. In December, the "Forum," Boardman's school paper, com- bined with the "Crescent," Hillhouse, thus producing a paper well edited and well patronized by both schools. A new paper, the "Focus," edited by the scholars whom the faculty considered as having the greatest literary ability, appeared in Boardman, in January, IQO3. The farce, "My Class Day," was presented in the latter part of january by the Radiator, and was followed by a very enjoyable dance. ln May the Crescent gave its annual dance and very ably entertained those present with the farce, "The New Reporter," coached by Franklin Johnston of Yale. During the year the new Hillhouse building, at our rear, was fast being completed, so that after the Easter vacation it was ready for the scholars to occupy. They came the first day after vaca- tion, headed by that now historical German band, which brought us all to the windows to see them File by and take possession of their new Hillhouse. Although the two schools were not com- bined this year, the impending union was more clearly than ever brought to our minds and many were the discussions over the pros and cons. Wfith their coming we were prohibited from our delightful strolls on Broadway and were restricted to York Square. At last the Sophomore Year was over, half of the course com- pleted, and soon we were to return again as upper classmen, no longer to Boardman, but to New Haven High School. Let us never forget the true Boardman spirit that we gained in these two past years, and ever keep it with us as we advance in life step by step. Rafplz TV. Nichols. fslltlfzai 111 Wqlx la 1 ' in 4 .fA1w1M.r.1 .,. . ACK fr0111 xacatiou sports and bllllllllel woods we ca111e as a11otl1e1 1ea1 a xear destined to witness the f111al and last 111g 11111011 of Hllll1OLlSC a11d Board111a11. Affairs were S0011 put i11 1'111111i11g' order, a11d we 1JlL11lg'CCl l1ead a11d l1eels i11t0 a11otl1er long siege of work. lt was 11ot lO11g' before we were out at tl1e field watching tl1e practice of the football squad, wl1icl1 was 011 a fair way toward wi1111i11g the cl1a111pi011sl1ip of the state. U11fortu11ately for New Haven, 0111' questionable ga111e Vlflfll Meriden was decided in favor of the latter, Zlllfll, despite our protests, we saw tl1e cl1a111pi011sl1ip pass i11t0 tl1e ll3.llClS of tl1e e11e111y. The i11te1'-class cl1a111pio11sl1ip football games were wit11essed by l111LlSll?Lllj' large crowds. The IQO5 tea111,. altl1011gl1 we might have w011 had we wished, wisely followed the suit of tl1e regular A 7 ' A N ' ' 7 1 B j'1111i0rs to take 11p our abode 111 our new building for team, a11d generously gave the cup to the Seniors. VWl1en, l1ow- ever, tl1e baseball season ca111e round, tl1e I1111io1's captured tl1e prize, a11d had tl1e llO1lO1' of being tl1e f1rst class to be i11scribed O11 the inter-class cl1a111pio11sl1ip baseball cup, wl1icl1 was presented by the 1904 al1111111i that year. I4 New HAVEN HICi1'I Scnoor. CLAss Book. About this time, the girls of the three upper classes were delight- fully entertained by a tea given by the B. T.- Society. Later on in the Spring. a similar tea was given to the girls of the Freshman class. The Thanksgiving vacation was hailed with joy, and :furnished a welcome break in the ordinary round of school work. The poor of the city were remembered by an offering much larger than usual. Christmas and New Year had come and gone almost before we realized it. During the winter months a few of the more profound thinkers of the junior class organized the Chess Club, which held sessions once a week on dreary afternoons in room IO4. The School Circle was also organized for the purpose of bettering the school. At this time the movement toward our athletic field began. and plans for its laying out are already in progress. The Radiator and Crescent entertainments formed the chief social functions of the Spring, and their dramatics and dances were greatly enjoyed. The Alpha Alpha Sorority gave a tea, to which the girls of the school were invited. The debate between the Sophomore Society and the Juniors and Seniors resulted in favor of the Sophs. The County Home Club is to be complimented on the success of their fair and entertainment given in Harmony Hall, May 7th. The profits have gone toward introducing manual training into the County Home. A successful entertainment was given before the school, in the Auditorium, in which a bust of Wfashington was presented by Dr. l3aldwin's Historical Society. The orchestra, which had been revived under new management, filled the Auditorium with lively airs. ' Toward the close of the year, the inter-class track meet was held at Yale Field, and attended by a large enthusiastic crowd. Although the Seniors won, the juniors did their part with credit. A similar meet is looked for this year. VVe felt the temporary absence of Miss Sheridan keenly, but rejoice that she has been able to return this year. The recollection of the long succession of substitutes, which we had during the year. recalls many an escapade at their expense. JUNIOR CLASS. I5 The Class elections in February mark a memorable date in the history of the school, for the Class of 1905 is the first class to - be graduated from the New Haven High School, with Hillhouse and Boardman joined in bonds of lasting union, one in interest and under one seal. F. H. Cogswellf, fr. f , , ,J s X, Z X THE SCHOOL. 'Nl ,B M I Q93 52, C" St HE fourth mile post in the High School race looms in sight and will soon he passed. XfVhat then? VVill the racers stop, content to rest on laurels already won, or will they push on toward higher goals? Surely we cannot stop if we hearken to the voice of nature telling the story with a million tongues that life is progressive- life is evolutionary, ever onward and upward until, in some sphere of existence, mental and physical perfection is attained and the purpose of God revealed. lf We are to be in harmony with this grand scheme of the Creator, to stop the race at the senior mile post is out of question. VVC Hz-zzsf push on. Vife must follow the advice of the thoughtful Emerson and hitch our wagons to a star. Our ideals must be high and ever beyond our reach. To over- take our ideal is to arrest progress. As we approach our ideal, then, let us raise our standard of excellence and continue onward and upward, ever reaching for that higher ideal that can only be content when perfection is attained. SENIOR Crass. I7 The 1905 senior class of New Haven High School has had experiences not unlike those that used to come to former classes and will come to future classes until time shall be no more. joys and sorrows, triumphs and disappointments-all these emotions have we individually experienced, and yet what a blessed dispen- sation it has been that the sorrows and disappointments bear so little proportion to the joys and triumphs of our Senior year. The consolidation of Hillhouse and Boardman, that at first sug- gested the incompatibility of a mismated husband and wife, may now be said to fully justify the wisdom of its. promoters. The lion and the lamb now lie down together and the common interests of these two departments of one magnificent whole flow on with the faultless rhythm of a "grand sweet songs" 'fln union there is strength? ln the consolidation of these two schools there was both wisdom and strength. The result already has been a higher standard of excellence in Scholarship and Athletics. An event worthy of notice, perhaps, was the adoption by our class of the design of the class pin of IQO4. This design has been copyrighted and all succeeding classes will use the same general design, merely changing the numerals from year to year. The Jepson celebration was one of the notable occurrences of our senior year. To be forty years an instructor is a record so unusual as toxattract wide attention. A feature of this function, proudly appreciated and long to be remembered, was the reading of an original poem by our advanced English instructor, Miss Sheridan, whose claim upon our gratitude and affections is unmeasured. The revival of interest in the Debating societies and the study of elocution have been outcroppings of the senior year. On April twenty-eighth, there occurred in the School Audito- rium a prize speaking contest made possible by the Alumni Associ- ation. Generous prizes were offered and six eager contestants struggled for the same. l Q ln the limited space prescribed in this book for recording the senior year of the class of I9o5, I have found it necessary to gen- eralize most broadly. Many subjects and incidents worthy of mention, that have made up the warp and woof of our Senior year. I8 New HAVEN H1011 SCHOOL C1.Ass Booic. must forever remain unrecorded, save as the record is made on the tablets of our memory. Here the story is imperishably written and its pag'es will be conned for many years and in many strange lands and places until the last wandering survivor of the class of IQO5, ripe in years honorably and usefully spent, shall receive his summons from on High and the Book be forever closed. In the years that are to come, bearing their inevitable smiles and tears, victories and defeats, meetings and partings, we shall all have impressed upon us at times the tender significance of thex poetls words,- "But O! for the touch of a vanished hand, And the sound of a voice that is still." , Kem-z eth Wynne. Membership of the Class of H9050 I-IILLHOUSE. EDNA BLACK ADAMS, A. A., Acad. Prepared at Horace Day School. N. H. H. S. A. A., Thanksgiving Committee, IQOI. S44 Wliitiley avenue. ELSIE VICTORIA AHLGREN, Acad. Prepared at Webster School. County Home Clubg Freshman Chorus Club, L. C. L. Will continue studies at Normal School. 47 Greenwood street. GRACE ALLEN, Acad. Prepared at Lovell School. 88 Lawrence street. MABEL A. AUBRY, Com.. 52 Wiiiclaester avenue. KATHRYN TOMLINSON BALDVVIN, A. A., Acad. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. N. H. H. S. A. A.: N. H. H. S. Debating Society. 392 Edgewood avenue. FRANCES CAROILYN BAUR. B. T.-., Acad. Prepared at Welnster School. Will continue studies in Florence, Italy. 18 Eld street. LOUISE T. BECK, Com. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. Fresh- man Literary Society: Thanksgiving' Committeeg Shorthand Club. Will continue studies abroad. 55 Beers street. HELEN WETMORE BEECHER, Acad. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. Class Constitution Comniitteeg Class Dance Connnitteeg Girls' Athletic Association: School Circle: N. H. H. S. Debating Societyg Tennis Club. 315 Edgewood avenue. MARY I-IEATDN BEERS. B. T.-, Acad. Prepared at Miss Iohn- stones School. 25 Vernon street. ELEANOR IRENE BLADE, Cam. Prepared at I-Iorace Day School. 394 Greenwich avenue. HELEN M. BONNEY, Acad. Prepared at WVebster School. Nvill cou- tinuc studies at Normal School. I4 Park street. IULIETTA ELIZABETH BUR'WELL. B. T.-. Col. Prop, Prepared at NVebster School. County Home Club. 'Will enter Mt. Holyoke College. rio Lawrence street. 22 New I-Iixx'1aN Hieu SCHOOL Craxss Booic. MARIORIE H. BUSH, Col. Prep. Came from VVest DesMoines High School. 644 Campbell avenue, 'West Haven. MARTHA CHATFIELD. Acad. 268 Hum-phrey street. CORA H. CHRISTOFFERSON, Com.. Prepared at Strong School. Shorthand Club. 79 Cedar Hill avenue. V FLORA MARGARET CLARKE, Acad. Prepared at Eaton School. N. H. H. S. Debating Societyg Girls' A. A.g Tennis Club. Will continue studies at Normal School. 125 High street. SADIE CLOSE, Acad. Prepared' at Day School. IGO Rosette street. ANNA FRANCES COI-IA'NE, CUZ. Prep. Prepared at Strong School. Greek Club. Will continue studies at Normal School. 531 Ferry street. MABEL GVVELL COONEY, K. M. 2. Acad. Prepared at W'inchester School. Class Basket Ball Team. IQO3Q Girls' Athletic Association. VVill enter Barnard College. 191 Whalley avenue. IEANNETTE H. COWAN, Com. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. Class Historian. 62 Shelton avenue. MARY ELIZABETH DIXON, Com. Prepared at St. Frances School. Shorthand Club. 39 Rowe street. IRENE ELIZABETH DONEGAN, Acad. Prepared at VVelch School. A. B. D. E. S2 Clubg County Home Clubg Freshman Debating Societyg Freshman Glee Club. VVil1 continue studies. 375 Congress avenue. NORA AGNES DONOVAN, Com. Prepared at Wooster School. XfVill continue studies at Normal School. 53 Chestnut street. ELEANOR T. DOOCEY, C0111-. Prepared at Eaton School. Short- hand Club. Will continue studies at Normal School. 263 Hamilton street. MARY K. DOOLAN, Com. Prepared at St. Frances School. Girls' Literary Society, 1902. QI' Plymouth street. MARY CATHARINE DORAN, Com. Prepared at Sacred Heart School. Class Secretaryg Class Dance Committeeg Rules Committeeg Temporary Secretary N. H. H. S. Debating Societyg Girls' Literary Soci- etyg Shorthand Clubg Girls' Athletic Associationg Tennis Club. Will study music at St. Mary's Academy. 258 Columbus avenue. GRACE ANGELINE DURHAM, Col. Prep. Prepared at Eaton School. Greek Club. Will continue studies at Vassar College. 291 Townsend avenue. STEPHANIE KELLOGG ENGLISH, B. T.-, Col. Prep. Prepared at Miss Willard's School. N. H. I-I. S. A. A. 390 Prospect street. IVIEMBERS or '11-In CLAss. I 23 KATHERINE IRENE ENRIGHT, Acad. Prepared at Strong School. County Home Clubg A. B. D. E. S2 Club. WVill continue studies at Nor- mal School. 371 Grand avenue. ABBIE HERSEY FARREN, C0l.P1'cp. Prepared at Eaton School. Class Nominating Committee, 1905. Will continue studies at Pratt Insti- tute. 16 Home Place. CLARA ANNA FASSER, Acad. Prepared at Welcli School. WVill continue studies at Normal School. I4 Baldwin street. ANNA LOUISE FIELD, Col. Prep. Prepared at Eaton School. Freshman Debating Societyg N. H. H. S. Debating Society. Will continue studies at Normal School, 66 Lyon street. A MILDRED BUCKLEY FINCH. A. A., Col. Prep. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. Secretary School Circle, 19045 Thanksgiving Committee, IQOZQ Editor Girls' Department of Radiator, vols. XXVI and XXVHQ Class Motto Committeeg Class Historiang Freshman' Chorus Clubg County Home Clubg N. H. H. S. A. A.g N. H. H. S. Debating Society. Will enter Mt. Holyoke College. 414 Winthrop avenue. MARY KATHERYN FITZPATRICK. Acad. Prepared at Sacred Heart School. Will enter Normal School. 393 Columbus avenue. EDITH ETHELNYN FLINT, Acad. Prepared at Strong School. Will enter Normal School. 87 East Pearl street. MAE ESTELLE FLYNN, Acad. Prepared at Shelton Avenue School. VVill enter Normal School. 54 Lilac street. CATHERINE GARDINER FORD, Acad. Prepared at Ansonia Grammar School. 829 Dixwell avenue, LORETTA CATHRYN FREY, Com. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. Chairm-an Class Pin Committee: Picture Committee, IQO4Q Thanksgiving Committee, IQO4Q Shorthand Clubg Jolly Six. 395 Ellsworth avenue. MEDORA SHERMAN FROST, Acad. Prepared at Cheshire High School. VVill continue studies at New Britain Normal School. Cheshire, Conn. IRENE GILHULY, Com. Prepared at VVooster School. IIS Hamil- ton street. RUTH CALISTA GILL. Amd. Prepared at VVebster School. 50 'Woolsey street. ' TSADORA ETHEL GOLDBERG, Acad. Prepared at Strong School. Thanksgiving Committee. IQO4Q County Home Clubg Freshman Glee Club, 1901-'o2: Freshman Debating Society. 1901, VVill study music at Yale. IO4 Asylum street 24 New HAVEN H161-1 Scuoot. CLASS Boots. HELEN CLARA GOODMAN, Col. Prop. Prepared at Eaton School. Thanksgiving Committee, IQOI-,OZ-i032 Executive Committee of N. H. H. S. Debating Societyg School Circleg N. H. H. S. A. A.: County Home Club. lfVill continue studies at Miss Lcighton's. Q0 William street. RITA ALICE GREENE, Amd. Prepared at Lovell School. 4 Me-- chanic street. I RUTH GREENVVOOD, B. T.-. Col. Prep. Prepared at Webster School. VVill continue studies at N. H. N. S. G. 915 Howard avenue. ALICE GUNNIG. Amd. Prepared at Sacred Heart School. 257 West Carlisle street. ' N BESSIE DAVIS HALL, Col. Prep. Caine from Morgan School. Guilford. Conn. BESSIE HALPER,NC0m. Prepared at Washington School. N. H. H. S. Debating Society: Freshman Debating Societyg Silent Fourg Jolly Six. 45 Silver street. FANNIE HALPER, Com. Prepared at Washington School. N. H. H. S. Debating Societyg Freshman Debating Societyg Silent Fourg Jolly Six. 201 Portsea street. ANNA E. HERSHMAN, Coil. Prep. Prepared at Welch School. I3 Dow street. ANNA M. HORAN, Com. Prepared at St. Francis School. 32 Dag- gett street. REBECCA BARNETT HUBBELL, Col. Prep. Prepared at Dwight School. Will enter Mt. Holyoke College. 37 Lake Place. MABEL ELLA HURD, Acad. Prepared at Strong School. 120 East Pearl street. MARIE C. KERRIGAN, Colm. Prepared at Hamilton School. Secre- tary N. H. H. S. Debating Society. 263 James street. ETHEL MAE KIMMEY. Acad. Prepared at Shelton Avenue School. N. H. H. S. Debating Society: Girls' Athletic Association. VVill continue studies at Normal School. 52 Henry street. LUCY MAY KITTREDGE. Col. Prep. Prepared at Lovell School. 117 Lawrence street. IOSEPHINE E. KOELBL, Com. Prepared at Strong School. Thanks- giving Connnittee. 1904: N. H. H. S, Debating Society: Shorthand Club. W'ill take P. G. course at N. H. H. S. 164 Saltonstall avenue. REBECCA BELLE KOSINSKY, C0-111. Prepared at Welch School. N. H. H. S. Debating Society. 254 Cedar street. MEMBERS or THE CI.Ass. 25 HELEN LAVVRENCE, Acad. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. Class Historiang Girls' A. A.g N. H. H. S. Debating Societyg Tennis Club. Will continue studies at Simmons College. 1475 Chapel street. ROSE LOWENBAUM. Acad. Prepared at Welch School. Member Girls' Hockey Team. 1901-'o2. Will continue studies at Normal School. 74 Lafayette street. I .. ALICE MARIETT, Col. Prep. Prepared at St. Agnes School. Albany, N. Y. Q5 Ward street. CHARLOTTE ANNA MAURER, Acad. Prepared at Welch School. Will continue studies at Normal School. 153 Liberty street. ELIZABETH SPERRY MACAFEE. B. T.-, Col. Prep. Prepared at Dwight School. Thanksgiving Com.. IQOI-,OZ-iO3-lO4Q Sec. County Home Club, IQO4j Class Song Committeeg Class Dance Committee: School Circleg Girls' A. A.g N. I-I. H. S. A. A.g Freshman Chorus Clubg N. H. H. S. Debating Society. Will study music at Yale. Q4 York Square. MARY MCDONNELL, Acad. Prepared at Hamilton School. Will continue studies at Normal School. 34 Ashmiun street. STELLA MARY MCDONOUGH, Acad. Prepared at Sacred Heart School. Will continue studies at Normal School. 38 Hallock street. GERTRUDE1 ELIZABETH -MCGANN, Acad. Prepared at Washington School. Will continue studies at Normal School. 291 Portsea street. RUTH MCINTOSH, Col. Prep. Prepared at Webster School. VVill continue studies at the N. H. N. S. G. 192 York street. ANNA EVANGELINE MCLOUGHLIN, Com. Prepared at Welch School. 44 Arch street. HELEN E, MEICKLE, Coma. Prepared at Strong School. 83 East Grand avenue. ANELA DELPI-IINE MERWIN, Acad. Prepared at Day School. 37 South VVater street. LAVINA LILLIAN MORAN, Acad. Prepared at Winchester School. Thanksgiving Committee. 1901. VVill study music at Yale. 68 Vlfinchester 1'lVClll'lC. MARION CATLIN MUNSON. Cal. Prep. Prepared at Miss John- stouc's School. lNill enter Vassar College. 682 Wfhitney avenue. ELlZABE'lfH LOUISE NICHOLS. A. A.. Col, Prep. Prepared at Lovell School. County Home Clubg N. H. I-I. S. A. A. VVill enter Ml. Holyoke College. 3I Livingston street. KATIPIERINE S. NORTON. .'lrad. 82 Grand avenue. 26 NEW I-IAVEN HIGH SCHOOL Cinxss Book. CECELIA AGNES O'CONNOR, Acad. Prepared at Hamilton School. Girls' Athletic Association. 'Will continue studies at Normal School. 226 Hamilton street. CHARLOTTE FRANCES PARKER, B. T.-, Col. Prcfv. Came from Newton High School. N. H. H. S. A. A. 599 VVhitney avenue. EUNICE ELEANORE PECK, Col. Prep. Prepared at W'ebster School. County Home Club. III York street. MARIE MADELINE PETERS, K. M. E., Acad. Prepared at VVash- ington School. Thanksgiving Committee, 1904. VVi1l continue studies at Normal School. T FLORENCE ELIZABETH PFANFF, A. A., Acad. Prepared at Dwight School. N. H. H. S. A. A.: N. H. H. S. Debating Society. Will continue studies at AN. I-I. H. S. I University Place. CELIA LEO PHILLIPS, K. M. 2., Acad. Prepared at Horace Day School. County Home Club. VVill continue studies at Normal School. 451 Howard avenue. .. FRANCES EUGENIA PRICE, Col. Prep. Prepared at Long Island. 'Will continue studies at Wellesley College. 34 Shelton avenue. KATHERINE LOUISE QUINN, Acad, Prepared at Dwight School. Treasurer Girls' A. A.g Tennis Club. Will continue studies at Normal School. SQ Broadway. ETHEL ABBEE RI-IYDNEDANCE. Col. Prep. Prepared at Lovell School. School Circleg N. H. H. S. Debating Societyg N. H. H. S. A. A.g County Home Club. 380 Crown street. ' EFEIE ALMIRA ROBERTS, Col. Prep. Prepared at Horace Day School. Girls' A. A.g Tennis Club. VVill enter Mt. Holyoke College. Q2 DeWitt street. ROSE SARA ROSEN, Com. Prepared at Rochester, N. Y. Thanks- giving Committee, 1902. 'o3g N. H, H. S. Debating Societyg Iolly Six, Freshman and Junior Debating Societies. Will continue studies at N. H. H. S. 52 Lafayette street. FLORENCE IOSEPHINE ROWE, Col. Prep. Prepared at Strong School. 467 Quinnipiac avenue. MATHILDE ROSE SACI-IS, Com. Prepared at Webster School. N. H. H, S. Debating Society. IfVill take P. G. course at N. H. H. S. 696 Grand avenue. BERTHA ELIZABETH SANDQUIST, Acad. Prepared at Strong School. Will continue studies at Normal School. 147 Lombard street. IVIEMBERS or THE CLASS. 27 DOROTHEA SAUNDERS, A. A., Acad. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. N. H. H. S. A. A. Morris Cove. , ,TENNIE LOTTIE SAXE, Col. Prep. Prepared at Welch School. N. H. H. S. Debating Society: County Home Club. Will continue studies at Normal School. IQ Gold street. ROSE SAXON, Cam. Prepared at VVashington School. N. H. H. S. Debating Societyg Silent Fourg Jolly Six. 39 Silver street. MAY AGNES SHANLEY, Acad. Prepared at Vfincliester School. County Home Clubg Freshman Chorus Clubg Freshman Debating Society. Will continue studies at Normal School. 129 Prospect street. FRANCES CATHERINE SHERDMAN, Acad. Prepared at Lovell School. Treasurer Freshman Chorus Clubg Freshman Debating Societyg Manager Girls' Basket Ball Team, IQOSQ Class Basket Ball Team, IQO3Q N. H. H. S. Basket Ball Team, IQO4Q Tennis Clubg Thanksgiving Com- mittee, IQO3. VVill continue studies. 65 Edwards street. ELLA LENE SMALL, A. A., Acad. Prepared at Dwight School. Thanksgiving Committee, IQO3-lO4Q N. H. H. S. A. A.g N. H. H. S. Debating Society: Girls' Athletic Association. Will continue studies at N. H. H. S. 138 Dwight street. z EMILY DINNIN SMITH, Col. Prep. Prepared at AlVClDStC1' School. lfVill enter Vassar College. 430 George street. GENEVRA HAN-MER STRONG. B. T.-, Cal. Prep. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. Editor Girls' Department Crescent, Vol. XLV. VVill enter Lassell Seminary at Auburndale, Mass. 222 Sherman avenue. ANNA ESTELLE SULLIVAN, Acad. Prepared at St. Francis School. Freshman Debating Society: County Home Club: Quintette Club. VVill continue studies at Normal School. 93 Iames street. ,MARY GERTRUDE SULLIVAN, Acad. Prepared at Strong School. County Home Clubg A. B. D. E. S2 Clubg Freshman Chorus Club. XVill study music at Yale. 23 Pearl street. ANNIE LOUISE TERRILL. Col. Prep. Prepared at 'Westville Gram- mar School. N. H. H. S. Debating Society. VVill continue studies. H08 Wfhalley avenue. IESSIE THOMPSON, .-lead. Prepared at VVashington School. 99 Minor street. - HELENA GERTRUDE TIERNAN. Acad. Prepared at Sacred Heart School. Girls' A. A.: Freshman and Sophomore Debating Societiesg High School Gym. Class. VVill continue studies at Normal School. 22 Frank street. 28 New HAVEN H1011 SCHOOL CLASS llooic. ETHEL CLINTON TRECARTIN, Amd. Prepared at Shelton Ave- nue School. Freshman Chorus Club. IQOI-'O2. 102 Shelton avenue. MARIE CECELIA VANDERVELDEN. Acad. Prepared at VVebster School. Tliaiiksgiving Committee. 1904: Girls' A. A. Vlfill continue studies at Normal School. 175 Oak Place. IULIA IOSEPHINE VVEIBEL. Col. Prefv. Prepared at lfVebster School. 114 Sherman avenue. I ANNA M. W'EIN'GARTNER. Com. Prepared at Lovell School. Short- hand Club. VVill study music, 82 Nicoll street. ALICIA LOUISE VVEIR. flrrld. Prepared at Strong School. H. H. S. Chorus Club. IQOI. 502. 'ogg Freshman Debating Society. IQOI-POZ. Will continue studies at Normal School. 9 Auburn street. SARAH XVEISS. Com. 104 VVilliam street. JESSIE XVESTBROOK. Com. Prepared at Dwight school. 307 Dix- well avenue. ,IESSIE E. VVHARTON. .-lffld. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. 215 Wfinthrop avenue. ORA VVINIFRED XVOOD. Col. Prep. Prepared at Wfebster School. Girls' A. A. XfVill study at Yale Art School. I4 Dwight Place. FRED C. ALTHEN. Col. Prep. Prepared at lfVelch School. Captain of Class Football Teamg Captain of Second Football Team. Will enter Yale. 51 Stevens street. WILBUR E. ANDREVVS. Com. Prepared at Lovell School. Board- man A. A.. 1901-'02: Debating Club. IQO2-.032 Lonely Seven. Will continue studies at Springfield Training School. 33 Eld street. LORENZO MORAY ARMSTRONG. Sfien. Prepared at Riverview Academy. Second Football Team-, IQO4Q N. H. H. S. A. A. 190 Oak Place. CARRYL ARTHUR ASHER, Scion. Prepared at Winchester School. VVill enter Sheff. 413 Temple St1'6Ct. SAMUEL VVILLIAM BOTVVICK. Scfeit. Prepared at Welch School. Class Football Team, IQO2, IQO3. IQO4Q N. H. H. S. Debating Society. Will enter Yale Law School. Q4 Vifashington avenue. SAMUEL BRENNER. Srimz.. Prepared at VVelch School. Class Foot- ball Team. 1901, 1902, 1903: N. H. H. S. Debating Societyg N. H. H. S. A. A.: Chess Club. Will enter Sheff. 113 Bradley street. DELOS IUDSON BRISTOL. IR., A. A. 2., Scfeu. Prepared at Web- ster School. Secretary N. H. H. S. A. A.. IQO4-F052 Chairman Trophy Room Committeeg Executive Committee H. H. S. A. A.g Associate Editor Memnisas or THE Ctass. 29 of Radiator: Class Baseball Team, 1902: N. H. H. S. A. A.: School Circle: County Home Club: H. H. S. A. A. Will enter Sheff. 519 George street. JAMES D. BURNES, Amd. 64 Bassett street. SAMUEL CAMPNER, Soicn. Prepared at Wooster School. Class Baseball Team. 1902: County Home Club: H. H. S. A. A.: N. H. H. S. Debating Society. Will enter Yale Law School. 296 lfVallace street. THOMAS J. CANNING, 5'cz'e11. 259. James street. F. FRANKLIN COELLER. Srim. Prepared at Washington School. Committee on Consolidation of Hillhouse and Boardman: Class Baseball Team. 1905: Class Football Team. 1905: N. H. H. S. Football Team. 1902, 1903, 1904: County Home Club: N. H. H. S. Debating Society: N. H. H. S. A. A. lfVill enter Yale Law School. 589 Howard avenue. FREDERICK HULL COGSVVELL. JR., Col. Prep. Prepared .at Roger Sherman School. Class Pin Committee: Chairman Class Motto Committee: Class Baseball Team. 1905: Class Football Team. 1904: School Circle: N. H. H. S. A. A.: Upsilon Sigma: Chess Club: Greek Club. W'ill enter Yale. 25 'Norton street. JAMES F. COLGAN. JR., Col. Prep. Prepared at W111. VVirt lfVarren School. Pres. of H1 A. A.: Greek Club: N. H. H. S. Debating Society. 'Will enter Dartmouth. 37 Beers Street. ALGERNON BOOTH CORBIN. JR., F. A. 111.. Sciezz. Prepared at lfVeb- ster School. N. H. H. S. A. A.: Manager Class Baseball Team. 1905: Associate Editor Crescent Annual: Editor Senior Class Book. VVill enter Sheff. 574 George street. GEORGE EDVVARD DANIELS. SCITII. Prepared at Shelton Avenue School. NVill enter Yale School of Music. 61 Shelton avenue. JAMES ALOYSlUS DELACEY. Col, Prep. Prepared at St. Francis School. Class Baseball Team. 1902. IQO3. 1904: Class Football Team: N. H. H. S. Baseball Team, 1905: H. A. A.: Greek Club. Will enter Yale. 179 Exchange street. DOUGLAS FITCH GUILFORD ELLTOTT. A. A- 3- Col. Prep. Pre- pared at lrvington. N. Y. N. H. H. S. Baseball Team. IQOSQ Treasurer Greek Club: Mandolin Club: N. H. H. S. A. A.: Ass't Business Manager Radiator. Vol. KXVH. Wlill enter Yale. 240 Edwards street. HOVVARD CHITTENDEN FIELD. Col. Prep. Prepared at Dwight School. Greek Club: H. A. A. 33 Lynwood Place. ' MORRIS SEIDE FINE, Srfvlz. Prepared at Wlelch School. N. H. H. S. A. A.: County Home Club: N. H. H. S. Orchestra: N. H. H. S. Debating Society. XVill enter Sheff. So Arch street. 30 New HAVEN H1911 SCHOOL CLASS BOOK. DANIEL F. FLANDERS, Col. Prep. 469 Greenwich avenue. FRANK VV. GALLAGHER, Spirit. Prepared at Eaton School. Class Historian: Class Baseball Team: N. H. H. S. A. A.g N. H. H. S. Debating Societyg County Home Club: Breakers. Will enter Sheff. 1081 Chapel street. VVILLIAM EDVVARD GEARY. Scirn. Prepared at Eaton School. N. H. H. S. A. A.g County Home Clubg Track Team, 1905. 479 Orange street. GEORGEGOLDMAN. CUZ. Prep. SIM vViV?tSl1l1'lgtO1l avenue. CHARLES W. GRIGGS, Sciezz. Prepared at Webster School. Will enter Sheff. 178 Lawrence street. CHARLES G. HAMMOND, Col. Prep. Prepared at Dwight Scl1ool. Class Football Team., 1902 and IQO3Q N. H. H. S. Football Team, 19045 N. H. H. S. Track Team. 1904, IQOSQ H. A. Ag Vice-President of Class. VVill enter Yale. 347 Orchard street. MAICAL F. HANLON. Sriczz. Prepared at Eaton School. Football Team. 1901-'o2: Baseball Team. 1901-'02g N. H. H. S. Debating Societyg Black Finger. 'Will enter Yale. 21 Clark street. THOMAS JOSEPH' HANNIGAN, Col. Prep. Prepared at St. Francis School. H. A. A. 182 james street. FREDERICK I. D. HENNESSEY, Col. Prep. 641 State street. NEIIB NERSES HEKIMlAN.Sr1'mz. Prepared at Private School. VVill enter University of Michigan. 254 Orchard street. LUCIUS FELIX HERZ, Scievt. Prepared at Lovell School. Thanks- giving Committee, IQO3Q Candidate for Track Team, IQOSQ N. H. H. S. Debating Society: Freshman Chorus Club. IQOIQ'lVlC1'1'llJC1'SlllD Committee of Debating Society. VVill enter Sheff. IIS Edwards street. NATHANIEL HERZ. Sciuzz. Prepared at Lovell School. Orchestral Clubg N. H, Hu S. Debating Societyg County Home Clubg Black Finger. VVill enter Sheff. 118 Edwards street. THOMAS HENRY HOUDE, Com. Prepared' at Hamilton School. Lonely Seven. 203 VVallace street. EDNVARD HYLAND. Scfm. Prepared at Eaton School. Vtfill enter Sheff. 144 Bradley street. IOHN F. KELLEY. Acad. 115 York street. JOHN EDWARD KIERNAN, Com. Prepared at Hamilton School. Freshman Debating Society: Lonely Seven: N. H. iH. S. Debating Society. 197 'Wallace street. MEMBERS or THE CLASS. 31 ISRAEL KLEINER, Col. Prep. Prepared at Wooster School. Member of H. A. A. Will enter Yale Medical School. 288 WVillow street. . WILLIAM FERDINAND KNOLL. Col. Prep. Prepared at Webster School. N. H. H. S. Football Team, 1904: Class Football Team, IQO3-104g Greek Club: Member H. A. A. lfVill enter Yale. 144 Scranton street. HERBERT MCCUEN. Srfrzz. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. West Rock avenue. Westville. . VVILLIAM CHARLES MCGUIRE. Scion. Prepared at Wfebster School. N. H. H. S. Second Football Team. 1904. 35 Vernon street. A. F. MERLIS. C0111. 132 Hill street. ROBERT IRA MERXVIN, A. A. E.. Scim, Prepared at Lovell School. Manager Football Team. 1904: Business Manager Radiator: Chairman Radi- ator Dance Committee. 1905: N. H. H. S. Football Team. 19041 N. H. H. S. Hockey Team: Class Football Team: Class Baseball Team: Mandolin Club: N. H. H. S. A. A.: County Home Club: I. B. D. Club. Wfill enter Sheff. 88 Clark street. HARRY JOSEPH MOAKLEY. Scion... Prepared at Hamilton School, Class Pin Committee: Class Day Committee: Manager Class Basket Ball Team: Class Football Team. 1903: N. H. H. S. A. A.: County Home Club: Black Finger. VVill enter Sheff. 171 Franklin street. EDVVARD J. MULCAHY. Com. 66 Bishop street. J. EDIWARD MURPHY. Com. IfVhitneyville. FRED NOCKE. Sczfezz. 7.6 Mechanic street. VVILLIAM ADOLPH NOTKINS, Col. Prep. Prepared at W'elch School. Speaker at Graduation Exercises: N. H. H, S. Debating Society. Will enter Yale. 704 Howard avenue. JOHN F. O'BRIEN. Col. Prep. 66 VVhit.ney avenue. LAVVRENCE BENJAMIN PAGTER. Col. Prep. Prepared at Union School. Class Pillow Committee: Class Motto Committee: Class Football Team. 1903: N. I-I. I-I. S. Football Team. 1904: Class Baseball Team, IQO3. IQO4. 1905: Greek Club: Vice-President of H. A. A. Will enter Yale. 223 Dixxvell avenue. DANIEL PETROFF.Srfr'1z, Prepared at Wfelch School. Class Base- ball Team: Breakers: N. H. H. S. Debating Society: Black Finger. 'Will enter Sheff. 20 Dow street. . CLEAVELAND JOCELYN RICE. Col. Prep. Prepared at Booth's School. Chairman Executive Committee N. H. H. S, Debating Society. 1903-,O4, 1904-'O5: Chairman Executive Committee N. H. H, S. A. A.: President Chess Club. 1903-'O4: School Circle: N. I-I. I-I. S. A. A.: N. H, 32 New HAvi3N I-l'1o1-1 Scnoot. Ctsass Book. H. S. Debating Society: Senior Greek Club: Member H. A. A.: Track Team, 1905: Class Salutatorian. WVill enter Yale. 410 WVinthrop avenue. ROBERT STEPHEN ROSE. Scion. Prepared at Strong School. VVill enter Sheff. 288 North Front street. HARRY ROSENBAUM, Scion. Prepared at VVebster School. Class Football Team: County Home Club. Will enter Sheff. 31 Spruce street. EDWARD FRANCIS RYAN, Cam. Prepared at Strong School. Lonely Seven: Jolly Three. 120 Lloyd street. PETER BENJAMIN SARASON, Col. Prep. Prepared at 'Welch School. Treasurer N. H. H. S. Chess Club: N. H. H. S. Debating Society. XVil1 enter Yale. 16 Broad street. JAMES EDVVARD SCI-IALL, JR., A. A. E., Scielz. Prepared at Lovell School. School Circle: N. H. H. S. A. A.: N. H. I-11 S. Debating Society: County Home Club: Manager Track Team, 1905: Treasurer A. A. June to November, 1904: Asst. Treasurer of Class: Manager Class Baseball Team, 1904: Class Football Team, IQO2, 1904: Hockey Team, 1905. Will enter Sheff. 167 Livingston street. ' ' JACOB CHARLES SCHLEIN, Scion.. Prepared at Webster School. Leader N, H. H. S. Orchestra. Will enter Yale. 78 Hill street. MORRIS MOSES SILVERSTEIN, Col. Prep. Prepared at Webster School. I7 Gilbert street. FREDERICK U. SLATER. Com. Prepared at Webster School. 69 Asylum street. HOWARD L. SMITH, C01 .P1'ep. 25 Park street. LEWIS J. SOMERS. Col. Prep. 147 Congress avenue. JOHN MINOR STETSON. Col. Prep. Prepared at Winchester School. Chairman Class Song Committee: Thanksgiving Committee: President Greek Club: N. H. H. S. A. A. Will enter Yale. 76 Mansfield street. TRUMAN C. STONE, C0-mt. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. 563 Winthrop avenue. WILLIAM WALTER TAYLOR, Scicit. Prepared at Day School. Class Basketball Team, 1904-'o5: N. H. H. S. A. A.: County Home Club: N. H. H. S. Debating Society: Black Finger. Will enter Sheff. 136 Spring street. CHARLES POMROY THOMPSON, JR., P. A. xI1., Scien. Prepared at Hopkins. Manager Base Ball Team, 1905: School Circle: N. H. H. S. A. A.: Business Manager Crescent, Vol. XL: Ass't Business Manager Crescent, Vol. XLI: Associate Editor Crescent, Vol. XLV: Genials: Crescent MEMBERS OF THE CLASS. 33 Entertainment Committee, IQOSQ Secret Circleg Delegate to C. I. B. B. L. Will enter Sheff. 60 Grove street. CLIFTON EDMUN VISEL,' Soren. Prepared at Wiiicliester School. N. H. H. S. Football Teamg N. H. H. S. A. A.g N. H. H. S. Debating Society: County Home Club. Will enter Sheff. 49 Morse street. High- wood, Conn. JOHN CHARLES WEIBEL, CUZ. Prep. Prepared at Vlfebster School. Member H. A. A.: Greek Club. lfVill enter Yale. 114 Sherman-avenue. JACOB VVEINSTEIN. Scion. Prepared at Welch School. Class Foot- ball Team. 1904: County Home Clubg N. H. H. S. Debating Societyg Black Finger. Will enter Sheff. 27 Rose street. . 7 KENNETH WYNNE. Acad. Prepared at Westville School. Class Orator: Contestant in Prize Speaking Contest: Vice-President N. H. H. S. Debating Society: School Circle. Will enter Yale Law School. 5 Emerson street. Westville. BOARDMAN. EDNA LOUISE ALLING, B. T.-, Col. Prep. Prepared at Lovell School. Committee on Resolutions on McKinley's death. Will continue studies at Miss VVheelock's CBostonj. 240 Lawrence street. l-IAZEL ALLYN. Gen. Prepared at Strong School. 1231 Quinnipiac ZIVCUUC. MAY EMMA ALVORD, Gen-. Prepared at Eaton School. I. T. Z. Soci- etyg Class Treasurerg Class Song Committee: Class Poetg Mather Debating Club: School Circle: Associate editor of Focus, Vols. H and Ill. VVill con- tinue studies. I6 Home Place. ETHEIJ SUZETTE BALDVVIN. Gen. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. I. T. Z. Society. 299 Whalley avenue. ETHEL ELlZABETH BALL. K. M. 2., Gm. Prepared at East Haven School. I. T. Z. Societyg Merry Bunch. Will continue studies. 20 Sanford street. East Haven. l EDITH MAY BLAKESLEE, Gen. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. Mather Debating Club: l. T. Z. Societyg Merry Bunch. 333 Sherman avenue. EDNA IANETTE BROWN. Gen. Prepared at Shelton Avenue School. 229 Division street. --7 34 New HAVEN H1Gt-1 Sc141OoL CLASS BOOK. AGNES LOUISE CANDEE, Gen. Prepared at Wfinchester School. I. T. Z. Society. 74 Dixwell avenue. HELEN NVRIGHT CI-IAPIN. GUM. Prepared at Wfestville Grammar School. 376 Elm street. LOIS ROSELLA DAILEY. Gm. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. Treasurer Class. Junior year: Mather Debating Club: Sophomore Debating Club. 6 Pearl street. MAUD ETI-IEL DICKERMAN. GUM. Prepared at Vlfestville Grammar School. School Circle: I. T. Z. Society: Merry Bunch: Class Dance Com- mittee: Mather Debating Club. 75 Alden street, VVestville. SELETTA ORILLO FARNI-IAM, Gall. Prepared at Wfestville Gram- mar School. I. T. Z. Society: Oratorical and Poet Committee: Merry Bunch: Sophomore Debating Club. Farnham avenue. Vlfestvile. LOUISE FREELAND JENKINS. CUZ, Prvp. Prepared at Lovell School. VVill continue studies at Boardman. 33 Livingston street. HVILMA SELLENTINA JOHNSON. Col. Prep. Prepared at Eaton School. 73 Lyon street. ALICE LOUISE' LINDEN. Gen. Prepared at Dwight School. School Circle: Mather Debating Club. 339 York street. LAURA I-IONORA MCGANN. K, IVI. E.. Gm. Prepared at lfVashington School. Merry Bunch: Sophomore Debating Society. IfVill continue studies. 291 Portsea street. GERTRUDE ANNA MCKEON. Col. Prep., Prepared at Lovell School. junior Basket Ball Team. 1904: N. H. H. S. Basket Ball Team. IQO5. Vtfill continue Studies at Normal School. 22 Tilton street. MARY BEATRICE IVIONAI-IAN. CUZ. Prep. Prepared at Dwight School. Merry Bunch: Mather Debating Club: Sophomore Debating Society. VVill continue studies. 29 lfVhalley avenue. BESSIE IOSEPI-IINE RATTELSDORFER, Gen. Prepared at Eaton School. Basket Ball Team, 1902-'o3: Mather Debating Club. Will continue studies, at Normal School. Q5 Greene street. HAZEL ROGERS, Gen. Prepared at Eaton School. Will continue stud- ies at Normal School. 136 Olive street. LORETTA GERTRUDE ROUR.KE,Gc1z. Prepared at Eaton School. Mather Debating Club: Basket Ball Team, IQO2-,O3. Will continue studies at Normal School. QQ Greene street. MAY CURTISS ROWE, Gen. Prepared at Strong School. Mather Debating Club: Thanksgiving Committee: Merry-Bunch: Sophomore Debat- ing Society. 306 Clifton street. MEMBERS OF THE CLASS. 35 WILHELMINA SARGENT, Gen.. Prepared at Dwight School. 69 Dick- erman street. A ' ELLA WILHELMINA SASSE, Gen. Prepared at Eaton School. Will continue studies at Normal School. I4 Arthur street. IDA LOUISE SIMPSON, A. A., Col. Prep. Prepared at Lovell School. Will continue studies. 797 Orange street. EDITH MIRIAM SMITH, Gen. Prepared at Eaton School. 244 Quin- nipiac avenue. ' WINIFRED LANGDALE SMITH, B. T.-. Cul. Prep. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. N. H. H. S. A. A. Will continue studies at Lasell Seminary. 433 Edgewood avenue. ' EDITH MAY STOW. Gm. Prepared at Eaton School. I. T. Z. Society: Boardman Basket Ball Team, 1901-'02: Manager of Basket Ball Team, IQO2- 'o3. 28 Trumbull street. FLORENCE ILENE STRONG. Col. Prep. Prepared at Strong School. I. T. Z. Society: Mather Debating Clubg Sophomore Debating Society. VVill continue studies. 1412 State street. RUBY ALLING WEED, GC11. Prepared at Dwight School. 28 Beers street. FLORENCE WILHELMINA VVOODCOCK, Cru. Prepared at Eaton School. 133 College street. IRVING SI-IERWOOD ALLEN. Gen.. Prepared at Strong School. T. A. G. S.g N. H. I-I. S. A. A.: Mather Debating Club: Senior Class Foot Ball Team. Will continue studies. 409 Forbes avenue. GEORGE FRANKLIN ATVVATER. Scion. Prepared at Lovell School. Mather Debating Cltib. Will enter Sheff. 1776 State Street. HAROLD BREWSTER BEARD. QD. E.. Gm. Prepared at Milford Grammar School. T. A. G. S.: Junior Foot Ball Team. 1903: Senior Basket Ball Team. IQO51 Senior Base Ball Team, 1905: N, H. I-I. S. Foot Ball Team, 1904. Will continue studies at Boston Tech. 40 VVhalley avenue. Cl-IAS. ELLIOTT BEAUMONT. Srirn. Prepared at VVashington School. 391 Howard avenue. 5 EDVVARD GEORGE BERNHARDT, Gr'-iz. Prepared at lfVelch School. I5 Kossuth street. JOHN SMITH BRADLEY. IR., Scfrn. Prepared at Webster School. 1905 Class Foot Ball Team: 1905 Class Basket Ball Team: County Home Club. Wlill continue studies at Sheff. 41 High street. HENRY JAMES BROVVN, Gen. Prepared at Wfinchester School. Mather Debating Club. 69 Wfinchester avenue. 36 Nizn' H.tv1zN Hltllfl SC1-1001. C1,.xss Book. LAMBERT VV. BUTLER, Srffzi. Prepared at Morris Cove School. Lighthouse Point. LEROY ASHLER CHIDSEY. Gm. Prepared at Union District School. East Haven. XVARREN MANSFIELD CRAVVFORD. Sciwz. Prepared at Strong School. 1905 Class Foot Ball Team: Mather Debating Club. 116 East Pearl SIFCCT. WILLIAM FREDERICK DEXHEIMER. Sciwz. Preparcd at VVinches- ter School. Assistant Treasurer of Class: Chairman Class Day Committee: School Circle: Prize Song Committee: Captain 1905 Class Base Ball Team: Mather Debating Club. VVill enter Sheff. 183 Dixwell avenue. ELII-IU ELIAS DICKERMAN. F. A. xp.. Gm. Prepared at North Haven Grammar School. Hockey Team. 1904-'o5: N. H. H. S. A. A.: Ass't Bus. Manager Crescent. Vol XLIV: Ass't Bus. Manager Crescent Annual. Vol. XXI: Chairman Crescent Etertainment Committee: Secret Circle. North'Haven. Conn. JAMES DONEGAN, Scfcn.. Prepared at Welch School. N. H. H. S. Base Ball Team, 1905: Hockey Team. 1905: Sophomore Debating Society. 375 Congress avenue. ALBERT DONNELLY. Sricu. Prepared at Lovell School. XfVill enter Sheff. 57 Pearl street. JAMES LAWRENCE DOWD. Sciei-1. Prepared at Sacred Heart School. 1905 Class Basket Ball Team: Mather Debating Club: County Home Club. lfVill enter Sheff. 328 Portsea street. ' LEO ENGLANDER. Sricn. Prepared at Vtfebster Grammar School. 1904 Class Base Ball Team: Substitute on Base Ball Team. 1905. Will enter Sheff. IO4 Asylum street. VVILLIAM EDWARD FERTMAN, QD.2.,Gc'11. Prepared at Shelton Avenue School. Mather Debating Club. 35 Tilton street. LESLEY EASTON FORSYTH, Scion. Prepared at Westville Grammar School. 1905 Class Basket Ball Team. Will enter Sheff. 106 Fountain street. 'Westville AUGUST GEIGER, Scfmz. Prepared at Lovell School. Will enter Yale Art School. 50 Foster street. ALBERT CHARLES GOLDSTEIN. Sciezz. Prepared at Washington School. 1905 Class Foot Ball Team. Will enter Sheff. 37 Silver street. RAY EDSON GOGDWIN, Gen. Prepared at Shelton Avenue School. T. A. G. S.: N. H. H. S. Debating Society. 370 Dixwell avenue. NTEMBERS or THE CLASS. 37 ALEXANDER JOSEPH GRAEL. JR., Q. E.. Scion. Prepared at Strong School. Boardman Base Ball Team. 1902. Will enter Sheff. 266 Poplar street. WALTER CLARKE HEMINGVVAY. F. A. xI1., Scion. Prepared at Strong' School. N. H. H. S. A. A. Editor Senior Class Book: County Home Club: Associate Editor of Crescent, Vol. XLIV: Ass't Bus. Manager Cres- cent, Vol. XLV. Will enter Sheff. 48 Platt street. HERBERT WARD HOPE. Gen. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. N. H. H. S. A. A. 343 Orchard street. HAROLD NEWTON HOOGHKIRK. A. A. E.. Sricn. Prepared at Roger-.Sherman School. Associate Editor of Radiator. Vol. XXIV. XXV: Ass't Bus. Manager Radiator, Vols. XXVI. XXVIT. Will enter Sheff. 286 Norton street. ' FREDERICK JENTE, Scimz. Prepared at 'Winchester School. Will enter Sheff. 86 Henry street. CARLETON HILL JONES. II A. XII., Srien. Prepared at VVest Haven Grammar School. Associate Editor of Crescent, Vol. XLV: County Home Club. Will enter Sheff. 367 Howard avenue. JOHN CORNELIUS KANE. Gen. Prepared at Lovell School. 55 Nicoll street. FRANK CLAYTON LATHROP. Gm. Prepared at Wallingfo1'd School. Vlfallingforcl, Conn. EDWARD JAMES LAWRENCE. Gm. Prepared at Winchester School. Mather Debating Club: T. A. G. S.: N. H. H. S. Chess Club. 63 VVinter street. ERWIN ALBERT LIEFELD, Scie-11. Prepared at Strong School. Upsi- lon Sigma. T25 Clay street. JOHN WILLIAM LOVVE, JR., Scimz. Prepared at W'ebster School. T. A. G. S.: Sophomore Debating Society. 'Will enter WOl'CCSl6l' Polytech- nic School. 886 Howard avenue. CLARENCE LEVY, Scion. Prepared at Eaton School. Class Base Ball Team. 69 Audubon street. EDVVARD VVARD MANNlNG,QJ. 2..Sci1'11. Prepared at St. John'S School. School Circle: N. H. H. S. Debating Society: T. A. G. S.: Upsilon Sigma: County Home Club: President Senior Class: Thanksgiving Commit- tee. IQOI. '02, 'o3: Constitution Committee. I9O51 First Prize Alumni Speak- ing Contest. VVill enter Sheff. 32 Stevens street. NEVVTON ROBERT MANROSS. P. A. xI1.. Scicvz. Prepared at Lovell School. Mandolin Club. 1902-'03, 1903-'04Q Hockey Team. IQO2-'03, 1903-'o4: Captain Hockey Team. 1904-'05: Crescent Dramatic Club. IQO4 and 1905: 38 New HAVEN ITIIGI-I Sci-1001. CLAss BOOK. Associate Editor of Crescent, Vols. XLIII and XLIV: Editor-in-chief of Crescent Annual: Editor of Senior Class Bookg N. H. H. S. A. A.g Secret Circle. VVill enter Sheff. 352 Willow street. EDVVARD PERRY MANVILLE. Q. E., Svimz. Prepared at Day School. Sophomore Debating Club: County Home Club. NVill enter Sheff. 67 How- ard avenue. LEWIS THOMAS MCDONALD. Scion. Prepared at Shelton Avenue School. Sophomore Debating Society: Mather Debating Club. lrVill enter Sheff. 304 Mansfield street. EDWARD MICHAEL MCDONOUGH, Srimz. Prepared at Sacred Heart School. 1905 Class Base Ball Team: Sophomore Debating Societyg Mather Debating Club. l1Vill enter Sheff. 38 Hallock street. CLARENCE HOYT MEAD, Gen. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. 152 Derby avenue. VVALTER BRECKENRIDGE MIX. Scion. Prepared at Meriden Gram- mar School. Mandolin Club. VVill enter Sheff. Meriden, Conn. HENRY MUSCH, IR., Sciezz. Prepared at Strong School. N. H. H. S. A. A.g N. H. H. S. Mandolin Club, T903-'04, 1904-,055 Sophomore Debating Society. 35 Houston street. RALPH VVILBUR NICHOLS, Scimz. Prepared at Webster School. School Circleg Mather Debating Club. Will enter Sheff. North Haven, Ct. HAROLD ELIOT NORTON, Srimz. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. 698 Elm street. VVILLIAM HENRY JOSEPH O'BRIEN. Scien. Prepared at lNebster School, 1905 Class Foot Ball Teamg Irish Clubg Sophomore Debating Soci- ety. Will enter Sheff. 230 Oak Place. THOMAS FRANCIS O'NEILL, Scion. Prepared at Sacred Heart School. 1905 Class Base Ball Teamg 1905 Class Foot Ball Teanig Mather Debating Clubg County Home Clubg Irish Club. Will enter Sheff. 251 VVashington avenue. ANDREVV GILES PARKER, JR... Scion. Prepared at Shelton Avenue School. Will enter Sheff. 652 Dixwell avenue. JAMES POOLE, Sc1'e'n. Prepared at Washington School. Will enter Sheff. 123 Columbus avenue. SAMUEL MITCHELL PEAT, Scicn.. Prepared at Horace Day School. Chairman Class Dance Committeeg Thanksgiving Committeeg Nominating Committee for Class Orator and Poet: County Home Clubg Upsilon Sigma. Will probably enter Yale. 409 Greenwich avenue. IRVING RUSSELL, Scien. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. TVIEBIISERS or THE CLASS. 39 CLARENCE LEROI SCARLETT, 561011. Prepared at Strong School. Sophomore Debating Society. Will enter Sheff 479 Elm street. WARREN RAYMOND SMITH, Sciwz. Prepared at Eaton School. N. H. H. S. A. A. Class Base Ball Team. 1904 and 1905: Class Foot Ball Team, IQO3 and 1904: Class Track Team. 1904: Track Team. 1904: Basket Ball Team, 1903-'04, 1904-TOS.: Mather Debating Club: T. A. G. S. Will enter Sheff. Q5 Bradley street. HARRY EATON STEWART, Scien. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. Class Pin Committee: N. H. H. S. A. A.: N. H. H. S. Relay Team, 1904: Basket Ball Team. 1903-104, 19041052 IQO5 Class Base Ball Team: Base Ball Team, 1905: Mather Debating Club. WVill take P. G. course at N. H. I-I, S. 191 Edgewood avenue. I GEORGE PHILIP STEPHEN, IR., Gvlz. Prepared at Webster School. Class Dance Committee: N. H. H. S. A. A. 1905 Class Base Ball Team: T. A. G. S.g Mather Debating Club. 762 George street. CLARK L. SWEZEY. Srfen.. Prepared at VVest Haven School. Class Pin Committee: Upsilon Sigma: County Home Club: Mather Debating Club. Vifill enter Sheff. 729 AlV8.Sl1l1lglIOll avenue. West Haven. HAROLD NVOOD THATCHER. Gen. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. Constitutional Committee: Class Orator: 1905 Class Base Ball Team: Mather Debating Club: T. A. G. S. 23 Norton street. PAUL THOMPSON. F. A. xp., Scieu. Prepared at Eaton School. N. H. H. S. A. A.: Assistant Business Manager Crescent, Vol XLIV. Will enter Sheff. 60 Grove street. IOHN JOSEPH TUCKER9 Scien. Prepared at Westville Grammar School. IQO5 Class Base Ball Team: 1905 Class Foot Ball Team. Will enter Sheff. 1012 VVlialley avenue. RUPERT BEACH TURNBULL, Geri. Prepared at Shelton Avenue School. Class Day Committee: Track Team. 1905: 1905 Class Foot Ball Team: T. A. G. S.: President Mather Debating Club. 486 Dixwell avenue. FRED HUGO VVAGER, .S'ct'0n. Prepared at Lovell School. Upsilon Sigma. I28 Eagle street. ' WALLEY WARNER, SCTCII. Prepared at Shelton Avenue School. Will enter Sheflf. l-lighwood. Conn. EDNYARD XVARD MAN N 1 NG. MARY CA'l'I-IERINIZ DORAN. MAY EMMA ALVORD CHESS Qfiicers ami! Ccommmmiiieeso Preszfdczzt-EDWARD VVARD MANNTNG. L,2.68-P7'C5fdGl1f-CHARLES GLDVER HABIMOND. 5cc1'cta'1'y-MARY CATHERINE DORAN. Ti'CUS1l7'!Z7'1NIAY EMMA iXLVORD. .'4.S'SItSl'CIlZ-f T1'ens111'e1's-VV1LLTAM FREDERICK DEXHEIMER JAMES EDWARD SCI-IALL, JR. OHIT07'-IQEN NETH VVY N N E. Valcdicioriazz-EDWARD XNIARD MANNTNG. 561116fLlf07'Z'Cl1l1CLEAN-'ELAND IOCELYN RICE. Class POCf-A4158 MAY E. EXLVORD. HISTORIANS. RALPH. WY N1CT-IDLS, FRANK W. GALLAGHER, F. CLAYTON LATHROP, VVILLIAM A. NO'1'KINS, NIAUD E. DICKERMAN. HELEN LANNRENCE, IVIILDRIED B. FINCH. JEANNETTI2 H. COWAN. PIN COMMITTEE. LORETTA C. FREY, C11az71'ma-zz. FREDIQRICK H. COGSXNELL, CLARK L. SWEZEY, HARRY J. NIUAKLEYI, HARRY E. STEWART. DANCE COMMITTEE WILLIAM C. BICGUIRE, CfZC1Il'll'lCl7'l. Miss EI-IZ.'XI3liTI'I MACAEEE, Miss IYIARY C. DURAN. MISS I'1ELI2N XV. BEIECHER, SAMUEL M. PEAT, M155 AIAUD E. DICKERMAN, GEORGE D. STEPHEN. 42 NEW HAVEN H1GI'I SCHOOL CLASS BOOK. CLASS DAY COMMITTEE. VVILLIAM F. DEXITEINIER, Clzairmafz. A M155 IQATHRYN T. BALDXVIN, HARRY I. NTOAKLEY, M155 HAZEL ALLYN, RUPERT B. TURNDUL1., CHARLE5 G. HAMMOND, A. F. NIERLIS. MOTTO COMMITTEE. FREDERICK H. COGSWELL, M155 NIILDRED B. F1NCH, RAI,I,H W. NICHOL5. CLASS SONG COMMITTEE. IOHN M, STETSONI, C hai1'1f1z.a11. M155 ELIZABETH NIACAFEE, M155 MAY E. .ALVORD ' OUTING COMMITTEE. RALPH W. NICITOLS, NTISS HELEN LAWRENCE, HARIQX' E. STEVVART, M155 FRANCIS SHERDMAN, HARRY -T. NIOAKLEY. -E WS x- 4.--. QQJ Wxxxxx h H x. S. X.. X X gg A X F me -Ga ex .,.. .x " S , 8 X A W' K X Q.-QQ an-f-A x 'Q x N L.. . 0 X :W-wxwxmXxx-qs I fs X , H , , X w A f 5 V ' ':,Q.1f- X N ' J - . -Q- f if N 'mf 'Q ' , 'L K Lys.-rf ,, S' 'f 'Jf"Hm..-f.:., S3N'fS'4.ib1 Q: 1 PEM iv'-1.2':'rG1C Jr-.w.-::f1f:1,.ef -' Y ""' ' 'H .: -1-5, .f,i-.fi?i4lgf-9q54,L-- , 'A ,... , F -' .fa . -, xv xg , 'Mg r., , '-.fma-.14 -. ' . 5:.lys-L1sj':iP5:-'a6,L4- : -pf., Q' 1 f.4.:.'.z5g' XT? A ' ,,: 4 'A-waz' 4.11, Ja- CLASS FOOT BALL TEAM ,J gc li x.,-'I VXI LL' . 1 .,.:.m:r- L N, inn., A f itil? , Q l... af? f-. Z"1- -' if -D 1,3231 l':-S3 ,za -7 w K ' -eb, xv L - - gig' gy J in W VZ Q Cali 5-va' 73 ' .. if l ' --ni I ffvlr--.-f-Q. ii' H995 Class TedtmMCbdmpioUts,, D965 FRED C. AL'r1-IBN, Captain. Hiziziaiikr NTCCUEN, Manager. Wfarren Smith, I. Edward Schall, Rupert B. Turnbull, John S. Bradley, John J. Tucker, Thomas F. O'Niel, Albert E. Goldstein Lewis J. Somers, Robert I. Merwin, N-Villialn F. Knoll, Fred C, Althen, Q Szzbsiit-zzfes. James A. DeLacy, Clarence Levy, Samuel Botwick, Harry Rosenbaum, Clarence Cogswell, Irving S. Allen. Wfilliam H. O'Brien, Edward VV. Manning. Left End Left Tackle Left Guard Center Right Guard Right Tackle Right End Quarter Back Right Half Back Left Half Back Full Back CLASS BASE BALL TEAM Q G 'Es ri--1 ow Evlmlgig L E fr? Q , O X Q Q H905 Class 'lTeorn+QhaHnpione, H9604 Wrttnmr F. DEXHIQMER, Cczjnfaivz. J. EDWARD SCHALL, Manager. Edward M. McDonough ,... Catcher Harry E. Stewart, . Pi'ECl161' john I. Tucker, Lawrence H. Pagter, Leo Englander, Wfilliani F. Dexheinier. George D. Stephen, Wfarren R. Smith, Frank NN. Gallagher, Szzbsfzizzfcx. Herbert McCuen, Clarence Levy, Thomas F. O'Neil. First Base Second Base Short Stop Third Base Center Field Right Field Left Field WLW HAVEN HIGI-I SCHOOL CLASS BOOIX Members ef Seereii, Seeneitnee GAMMA DELTA PSI. CHARLES POMROI' TI-IOAIIISON, I , NEWTON ROBERT BIANROSS, ELII-IU ELIAS DICIQERMAN, PAUL THOMPSON, ' EXLGERNON BOOTH CORBIN, IR., A-V.-XL'1'IEli C LAR 'KE LIEMINGWAY, CARLETON HILL JONES. B. T.-. IULlE'l"l'A EL1ZAB1i'l'H BURWELL, ELIZA13E'l'H SPERRY B'IAC:XFI2lZv, RUTI'I GREENWOOD, NLARY I-IEATON BEERS, STEI1HIxNIE IQELLOGG ENGLISH, XNINIERED LANGDALE SMITH, EDNA LOUISE EXLLING, GIENEVRA HLANMER STRONG, FRANCES CAROLYN BAUR, CHARLOTTE FRANCES PARKER. ALPHA DELTA SIC.-MA. DIELOS IUDSON BRISTOL, IR., RCD1'lIiR'1' IRA NIERXVIN, HAROLD NEWTON HOOGIfIIcIRIq,, JAMES EDWARD SCHALLJ IR., DOUGLAS FITCH GUILFORD ELLIOTT SECRET SOCIETIES. ALPHA ALPHA. ELIzAI:ETH LOUISE NICHOLS, ' ELLA SMALL, FLORENCE ELIZADETII PFAFF, 1DOROTI-IEA SAUNDERS, IQATHRYN TOMILSON BALDXVIN, NIILDRED BUCKLEY 'FINCI-I, EDNA BLACK ADAMS. IDA LOUISE SIMPSON. THETA SIGMA. XVILLIAM CHARLES NICGUIREK, EDXX-'ARD XWARD RQLANNING, :XLEXANDER IOSEPI-I GRAVEL. WS1'I-L1AM EDWARD FERTMAN, KAPPA MU SIGMA. RL-XRIE NIADELINE PETERS. CELIA LEO PI-IILLIPS, LXIAIEEL ELYVELL COONEY, LAURA NICGANN, ETIIEL ELIZABETH BALL. SIGMA DELTA CHI. XYILLIAM FREDERICK DEXIAIEIMER Opinions of the Class OUR HANDSOMEST. The votes for the handsomest member of the class were varied and there seemed to be much difference of opinion, but at the closing of the polls Elliott's name was counted on 77 bal- lots, which enabled him to pull out ahead without much trouble, as Vliarner, his nearesthrival, received only 20 and McGuire was third with 13. For the fairest member of the other sex Miss l-laldwin of Hillhouse was chosen by 41 but was pushed hard for the honor by Miss XV. Smith, who received 36 votes. Miss F. Strong had 26 to her credit. THINK THEY ARE. The persons who think they are evidently have a good reason for thinking so, for Elliott again got Hrst place in this election with 36. Somers received IQ votes and Iones 13. Miss Baldwin also won hrst place in this race with time to spare at the finish, for L1 long' way behind her Miss Parker loomed in sight with I8 votes and Miss F. Strong received third place again with 9. OUR MOST POPULAR. Counting the votes for the most popular was much easier than the others, as the class almost wholly united in their choices. Man- ning, being' class president, had hardly a rival for honors in this race. winning' by I28 votes from Hammond, who had 18, and Cogs- well, with his debating' society, was favored with 12. For the CDPINIONS iff THE Crass. 51 girls Miss Mac.-Xfee also had a runaway race and finished with Q2 votes. Miss Alvord came second with 22 and Miss Dicker- man third with 13. OUR BRIGHTEST. For the brightest scholar Notlcins has convinced 75 members of the class of his abilities. Nichols secured second place with 25 and Thatcher obtained 20 votes. lf 40 votes are correct then Miss Sasse is evidently the' brightest of the girls in the class. Miss Beecher came close on her heels with 36 and Miss Alvord followed with 22. , OUR BIGGEST GRIND. Stetson evidently has labored over his books, according to 45. far into the small hours of the morning and Fine has kept him fairly good company with 34 votes. Hope has done more or less "grinding," for he was tendered 22 votes. Miss Rogers received first place for the girls with 35, followed by Miss Beecher with 20 and Miss Roberts with 19. OUR NERVIEST. lt may take a good deal of nerve to get along in this world, but 50 people think Mix has more than his share of it, while Good- win seemed nervy to 20 others and Stewart tried hard not to be outdone, receiving 18 votes. Miss Dailey is given first place by 24. Miss MacAfee gets second place by three votes over Miss Sar- gent, who had 15. OUR WINDIEST. Goodwin has evidently spoken too much in class meetings to please some 65 auditors and consequently is handed first place. Somers and Cogswell, with I5 and IO respectively, have been guilty of the same offense in a less degree. Miss Dailey gets another First place with 53 votes, followed by Miss MacfXfee with 32 and Miss Field with 20. . 52 New HAVEN Hiott ScHooL Cinxss llooic. OUR BEST NATURED. Moalcley is the best natured member of the class among the boys, as he has 45 votes. Lathrop has T4 votes to his credit and Merwin and Hemingway are almost tied for third place with I3 and I2 respectively. Miss Wfeed received 23 votes and won iirst place. Miss Greenwood and Miss Monahan almost tied for second place with 16 and I5 respectively, and Miss Allyn and Miss Small for third place with II and IO votes respectively. OUR BEST BLUFFER. Gravel has been most efficient in the art of blufling according to 42, while Bristol, with 22 votes, and Coeller with I5 have also worked the saute game. Miss Ball must be good at it, for she was discovered and exposed by 51. Miss Adams has also done quite a good deal of it, having 26 votes. Miss Smith and Miss MacAfee must be pretty good bluffers, having I3 votes apiece. OUR BEST ORATOR. There was no doubt who our orator was after Manning had won the Alumni Prize, and consequently he had an avalanche of votes, amounting to 125. Thompson impressed 27 with his oratory and Wfynne 25 others. Among the girls Miss Saxon had about all the votes for the best orator, having a total of I5o. Miss Alvord and Miss Dailey came in for 6 and 5 respectively to relieve the monotony. OUR BIGGEST FUSSER. 4 Hammond seemed to have a name among the girls as a fusser. for they favored him for first place with 34 votes. Bristol had 29, and .-Xllen and Hooghkirlc are nearly tied for third place with I6 and I5 respectively. Miss E. Baldwin had 25 votes, Miss Finch 16, and Miss Freye and Miss K. Baldwin are tied tor third place with I5 votes each. GPINIONS or THE CLAss. 53 OUR LAZIEST. Russell must have done a good deal of loafing during his course, 'but now he has been found out and accused by 65 people. Althen comes second with 40 votes and Hannigan third with I 5. Miss Chapin has 60 votes for the girls and Miss English 45, while Miss Rosen is third with I4. OUR MEEKEST. , Although the class were divided in their opinions of the meekest members, 28 gave Hyland first place, 23 voted for Silverstein and I7 for VVeibel. Among the girls Miss G. Strong received I8 votes with Miss English and Miss Donovan tied for second place with I2 apiece. OUR BEST ATI-ILETE. lVIerwin is voted our best athlete by 84 votes. I-Iammond is a slow second with 45 and Smith comes third with 23. For the girls, Miss Sherdman was voted the best athlete by 90 votes. Miss Stow receiving SQ and Miss McKeon 18. - OUR GREATEST JOLLIER. Bristol must have a bad reputation as a jollier. for 22.have given him that title. Allen had I2 votes, and Mix II. Miss MacAfee received 26 votes for her "jollying.', Miss Dailey and Miss Stow had I5 votes each. OUR BIGGEST SOCIAL LIGHT. Bristol has squeezed in time enough during his arduous duties at school to attend the whirl of social functions and festivities and so has been awarded f1rst'place with 37 votes. Jones received 23 and Musch 20. Miss Candee had 38 votes. Miss Finch 33 and Miss McIntosh 20. S4 N1-:xr 1-Lxyizx 1-lion SCHOOL Cmss Boon. OUR GROUCHIEST. Butler is voted the grouchiest by 6o people. Lawrence, with 28. is second and X. Herz is third with 26. Miss Beers has SCCll1Cll grouchy to 34 and Miss Nichols has earned 25 votes and Miss Trecartin 14. OUR SPORTIEST. A Levy is conceded to be the sportiest member of the class by 28. 27 give the place to Althen and I2 to Musch. Miss Ball had 36 votes, Miss Baldwin 24, and Miss Field 22. OUR MOST CONCEITED. Stewart was about the only person who qualified in this race, as he received 88 votes and his nearest competitor, Armstrong, had only I5 and Smith had 6. Miss Cooney had 33 votes, Miss Sargent and Miss Mac.-Xtee were tied for second place with 26 votes apiece. DONE MOST FOR THE SCHOOL. The class now shows its appreciation to those who have labored faithfully to uphold the best interests of the school and have been most careful in their selections. Only two persons qualified among the boys-Manning' and Cogswell-the former receiving Q2 votes and the latter 6o. Miss Alvord and Miss MacAfee were in a class by themselves in this race, the former finally winning by two votes over Miss MacAfee, who received 72. .gr --f ruff --.-5. n:..0?5:ll5!.E- ssl - auf. ,,5,5p-qu, 5. 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