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WILLIAM EDWARD SULLIVAN, B.A.
Direrlor of Sludier
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Cimirfzmzz of Senior Family Commilzee
Was graduated with High Honors from Yale in 1936, receiving the degree of
B.A. with Special Honors in English. Was a member of Trumbull College,
acting as Athletic Secretary his Junior year and Librarian his Senior year.
Was on the Freshman Swimming team. Organized the Student Tutoring
Service in his Sophomore year and served as Chairman until graduation. Re-
ceived High Orations Appointment in his Junior year and was elected to Phi
Beta Kappa. Was appointed Kingsley Scholar in Junior and Senior years.
Is a member of the Elizabethan Club. With the exception of his service in
Naval Intelligence and Air Combat Intelligence as a Lieutenant from 1942-
1946,has been at Taft since 1936.
LEONARD RUNDLETT SARGENT, B.A.
Cimirmmz of Lower Middle Family Committee
Varsity Hockey Coach
Prepared for college at the Gunnery School in Washington, Connecticut, where
he was Business Manager of the yearbook, on the Athletic Council, and played
Varsity football, hockey, and tennis. Graduated from Princeton University in
1937 with a B.A. degree. Was a member of the University Cottage Club and
on the 150 lb. football team. Attended Columbia University in the summers of
1939 and 1940. Served in the Navy as a Lieutenant Commander from 1942 to
1946. Was Officer-in-Charge of the Anti-Submarine division of the U. S. Fleet
Submarine School in California, after seeing action on the high seas. With this
exception, has been at Taft since 1937.
JOSEPH INSKEEP CUNNINGHAM, B.A., M. A.
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Director of Admirrioiis
Prepared for college at the Mercersburg Academy in Mercersburg, Pennsylvania,
where he was Valedictorian. Graduated from Princeton University in 1933 with
a B.A. degree and High Honors in Modern Languages, being a member of the
Cloister Inn. Received his M.A. degree from Harvard University in 1934. Taught
at the Northwood School in Lake Placid, New York, from 1934 to 1937. At-
tended summer session at the University of Paris in 1934, the University of
Grenoble in 1936, and the University of Bordeaux in 1938. With the exception
of his service in the Army Signal Corps as a Sergeant from 1944 to 1946, has
been at Taft since 1937.
PAUL LOUIS LOVETT-JANISON, B.Sc.. M.A., Ph.D.
Chairman of Science Departmefzl
Prepared for college at the Sheffield Grammar School in Sheffield, England.
Graduated from the University of Sheffield with a B. Sc. degree in 1923,
received honors in Chemistry in 1924 and a Diploma in Education in 1925.
Was on the Varsity track and cross-country and jayvee held-hockey teams.
Taught at Sheffield from 1925-1929. Taught at the Bishop Field College in
St. John's, Newfoundland, from 1929-1933 and was Professor of Chemistry at
the Memorial University College, St. John's, from 1933-1942. Was a member
of the Council of Higher Education in Newfoundland from 1929-1942 and
Scientific Assessor to the Newfoundland Government 1932-1942. Attended
Columbia University in the summers of 1931 through 1939 and for the year
1939--1940. Received his M.A. degree there in 1933 and his Ph.D. in 1940.
Is a member of the Sigma Xi honor society. Came to Taft in 1942.
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ROBERT CARR ADAMS, JR., B.A.
H irlo ry
Prepared for college at Newton High School in Massachusetts, where he was
President of his class and on the Varsity football team for three years ancl
track team for two, being Captain of the former. Graduated Cum Laude from
Bowdoin College in 1929 with a B.A. degree. Was a member of the Phi Beta
Kappa society, the Zeta Psi fraternity, Student Council, and Ibis. Played Var-
sity football for three years and ran on the track team for four. With the
exception of his service in the Navy as a Lieutenant from 1943 to 1946, has
been at Taft since 1929.
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Chairman of Malhemazicr Department
EDWIN CHURCH DOUGLAS, B.A., MA
Prepared for college at the Boy's High School in Brooklyn, New York. Grad-
uated from Hamilton College in 1929 with a B.A. degree. Was a member of
the Phi Beta Kappa Society, the Delta Sigma Rho and Tau Kappa Epsilon
fraternities and the Interfraternity Council. Was Captain of the Intercollegiate
Debate, besides being on the cross country, track, and basketball teams. Was
an Elihu Root Fellow and Assistant Swimming Coach at Harvard University,
where he received his M,A. degree in 1931. Acted as Director of Swimming
there for the following Summer Session. With the exception of his service in the
Army from 1942 to 1945 as a Master Sergeant, he has been at Taft since 1931.
JAMES PAYNTER LOGAN, B.S.
Phyricr and Mechanical Drawing
Varrily Bashefhall Coach
Prepared for college at the Technical High School in Brooklyn, New York,
where he was on the swimming and tennis teams. Graduated from Bucknell
University in 1932 with a B.S. degree. Was President of his class in his Junior
year, and was a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity, Pi Mu Epsilon, an
honorary mathematical society, and the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Played Varsity soccer and basketball, being captain of the latter. With the ex-
ception of the period from 1938 to 1939, when he attended the Yale Graduate
School, and his service in the Navy from 1942 to 1946 as a Lieutenant Com-
mander, has been at Taft since 1933.
JOSEPH BERNARD LAKOVITCH, B.S.P.E., B.S.
Prepared for college at the Bellows Falls High School in Vermont, where he
played Varsity football, basketball, track, and baseball. Became featherweight
and lightweight boxing champion. Graduated from Arnold College with a
B.S.P.E. degree in 1933. Was a member of the Pen Society and on the football,
basketball, gym, and baseball teams. Received his B.S. degree in 1935 from
Arnold. Attended the Yale Medical School in 1934 where he majored in Physical
Therapy. Came to Taft in 1936.
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HENRY BEAUMONT PENNELL, III, B.A.
Vanity Baseball Couch
Prepared for college at the Romford School in Washington, Connecticut, where
he was a Prefect, participated in dramatics and the school newspaper, and
played Varsity football, basketball, and baseball, being Captain of the latter
two. Graduated Cum Laude from Williams College with a B.A. degree and
honors in 1943. Was a member of Chi Psi fraternity and played Freshman
football, basketball, and track, and in his Senior year, jayvee football. Attended
the summer sessions of Columbia University in 1946 and 1947. Came to Taft
EDWIN GODWIN READE, M.D
JOHN SINCLAIR NOYES, B.A.
Cbnirmrzrz of Modern Lflllglltlff Defmrtwenl
Varrily Ski Conch
Prepared for college at St. johnsbuiy Academy in St. johnsbuiy, Vermont.
Graduated from Harvard University in 1941 with a B.A. degree, and sang
in the Glee Club. Taught at the Waring School in Santa Fe, New Mexico,
from 1941 to 1942. Served in the Naval Reserve as a Lieutenant from 1942 to
1946. Took courses at the Middlebury Summer School in 1946. Came to Taft
Prepared for college at the Trinity Park School in Durham North Carolina
Attended Duke University from 1910 to 1912, where he was 1 member of the
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. Graduated in 1916 from the jefferson Medical
College with an M.D. degree. Was a member of the Phi Alpha Sigma fraternity
Served in the Army Medical Corps abroad as a First Lieutenant during the
First World War. Took graduate courses in medicine at the University of Edin
burgh in 1929. From 1919 to 1946 practiced in Watertown being a member
of the staff at the Waterbury Hospital. Came to Taft in 1945
RICHARD HAMBRIDGE LOVELACE, B.A MA
Alumni Serrelury, Direrlor of Public Relanouf
Prepared for college at Danbury High School in Danbury Connecticut where
he participated in school publications and was a member of the Glee Club and
Camera Club. Graduated from Bates College in 1941 with a BA degree
Was active in publications, Glee Club, Camera Club. and was a member of
the swimming team. Served in the Army Air Forces from 1943 through 1946
, as a First Lieutenant. Attended the University of Michigan School of Design
in 1947 to 1948 and has worked in the field of Industrial Design in New York
City. Come to Taft in 1919. Has since studied summers at the Bread Loaf
School of English, Middlebuiy College, where he recencd an MA degree
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