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WILLIAM EDWARD SULLIVAN, B.A.
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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.