University of Vermont - Ariel Yearbook (Burlington, VT)

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'l4l1Cl'C' lmve been many ARHQLS before it, :xml tlaere will be many alter it. But only tlafs lnoolz is yours. 9 it inmpresses you only impersonally, tl1en it will lse just zmotl1c-r yeurlnoolz among tlmc l1Lll1dl'CLlS ol K'Oll6QL' Hnlllliilli. 'B Tlus lmoolz slnoulcl lmve zu :special signillcunce to you. If it stancls out in your minds as your lmoolz, tlae flllftljliill review of your recorcl in college, tl1en truly It will lme tlmc 1038 ARIEI-, pulp- lished lay the Junior Class at the ljniversity ol' Xfcrmont. 0 A NIR llfil NE UL 1----M A- - 3- E844 of CWD!!! BK' i MABIAN PATTEIISDN f ' 1 CQJLLEGE ROW SOUTllWICK DlEDl0BIAL 0LD MILL TOWEll WILLIAMS SCIENCE IIALI. ff' . i 5 , 'K av-1'.-Y 1, ,X 3. , Ep.. A-L1 vu af. ' ,,.r -4 . Y ,b Mi' L IQ if 1 fe 71" N155 m.. 1 - 'wr Y 1 R ,5, .. if ... A' , .1 -.4 Gr. . . t--QI ' 11. vm 3 5, xv rm. 4. ,wr- S .:.-' - ' H l,HL, 'I ufvl. SVA'-I3 -if ' ." 1 v-'Qld' . Qi'-1 1- 'w 1, , . . .. -1 1. - f 1--cf-' I. 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C aslzicr THE UNIVEIISITY CIIUNCIL PRESIDENT BAILEY, Chairman PROFESSOR FREDERICK TUPPER DEAN -IosEPII HILI.s DEAN NIARIAN PATTERSON DEAN JAMES -IENNE DEAN GEORGE ECKIIARII DEAN ELIJAII SXVIFT 18 THE BOAIlll 0F TRUSTEES GUY TVINFRED BAILEY, A.B., LL.D., ATU Prcsidfnt and Comptrallrr Hrs EXCELLENCY GEORGE DAVID AIKEN Gowrnor of frrnxont EX'-OMQFIO ON THE PART OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VERIYIONT ROBERT ROBERTS, A.B., LL.D., NI' ....... , .... -... ..BurIingLOI1,Vermont EUGENE NOBLE FOSS, A.B., LL.D., Eff- ......,. ,. ...,......... Boston,Massaclmsetts NEWIIIAN KEYES CIIAFFEE, A.B., Aq' ................ , .......... -... .,....... RuLland,VcrmOnt CLAYTON JOHN XYRIGIIT, C.E.. AI .....,, . ...............................,.... ,......... ..,... X X 'illistOn. Vermont GEORGE EICCLELLAN POWERS, MA., LL.D., -LW' .... - ......... ,.,............... IX lorrisville, Vermont ARTHUR EDWARD POPE, B.S., E.E., Ei' ................................ ............. B Oston, Massachusetts LEMUEL PAYSON .!LDAMS, AB., MD ........ - ..,... L ................ .........,.... - ...,Oakland, California GEORGE WILLIAM ALGER, A.B., -5-'P ............ .M ....................... New York, New York CIXRR0l.L TVARREN DOTEN, MA .............. .............. C ambridgc,Massachusetts ON THE PART OF THE STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE EDWIN XVINSIIII' LAXVRI-ZNCE, A.B., LN'..L ....... . HENRY MOSES MCFARLAND, A.B., LN' ........,................ .......,...LRutland, Vermont , ...,....... Morrisville, Vermont LEWIS S. DUBOIS ......... L .................................................... . ............ - ......... .................... B arnard,Vcrmont TVARREN ROBINSON AUSTIN, Ph.B.. LL.D., K5 ..........., ............, B urliugtOn,Vcrmont IVIERTON COVEY ROBBINS, B,S., KE. .... L .................................... ........... B ratLlcborO,Vcrmont ROY LEONARD PATRICK, PILB., fi'-59m .... L ,................................. ............. B urlingtOn,VcrmOnt EDWARD HRXRRINGTON DEAVITT, PILB.. LL.D.. AI .......... .........,. IX 'Iontpclicr, Vermont THOMAS CHARLES CIIENEY, AB., '35-9 ..... , .......................... ............. IN 'Iorrisville,VcrmOnt GUY MILTON PAGE, A.B., LL.B., ATS? ................ ..BurliugtOn, Vermont 19 1VODlEN'S ADDIINlSTBATl0N .alllrn H ousc ,............ Cn mpux Housr Grass-m ou nt .............. Rrdstonr ....... ......,. . Robimvon ............... Slade ..... ...., .,... Sazulrrs .............. Drnn of Wonzrn NIARIAN PATTERSON Jamestown, New Yorkg XYellcslcy '01 .flssistmxt Dam of Womm FREDA NIARIE I1ARRIS ' Skowhcgan, Maineg A.B., Mount Holyoke '19g MA.. Radcliffe '24 DORMITORY DIRECTORS 20 ................MRs. L. C. ANDREWVS ..........,,MRs. W. H. CROCKETT .....MRs. ANNA P. XVILLARD ,,.....-...-..MRs. PIERBERT HAND ...........-MRs. FRED H. TOWNE ..............-.MRs. ANDREW LOUDON MRS. JAMES E. DONAIIUE l ICE-PRESIDENTS AND Arthur ll. Kehoe. 'll .,.,,....,.. .E ,.,..... . Miss I". Mildred Dutton. 'I7 .....,... . ..... Harold J. Adams, '03.-..-..- ...,,...... Dr, George L. Shattuck. '92 ...... -.., Charles II Blackall. 'Z7-...- ...... -.... Frederick S. llarris. '21, ......... ,.... Miss Erntinic Pollard. '24 ...,......,... Dr. Peter P. Lawlor, '20 ..,,.......,... , Dr. Roger N. Blake, 'IS ...................... Miss Consuelo Ii. Northrop, '21 ....,. ..,. Orville 'I'. Wood, '28 ,.... ..- .....,...,.. llenry B, Oatley, '00 Dr. -lohn ll. Wnodrttlf, '05 Mrs, Elizabeth ll. Ross, '06 Mrs. Ilazel M. Powers. 'IS Mrs. Mary M, Deyctt. '85 llnrry C. Slntrtleil. '95 ll. Morton I'lill, '06 Frank M. Button. 'S7 Charles L. Woodbury, 'SS Max L, Powell. '89 Ilerlsert M. Mclntoslt. '90 Iiliss Al. llclcu Boswtlrlli. '91 Robert Ii. Lewis, '92 Frank R. Wells, '93 1894, vacant M. Shnler Allcn. '95 Erwin M. llnrvey. '96 Albert li. Lewis. '97 Col. .lnlius S. 'l'nrrill. '98 Curl IX. llrtnvnell. '99 Clifton M. llcziton. '00 Sznnuel 5, Dennis. '01 Forrest M. Lztrcltar, '02 Ilollis li. Gray, '03 . TIIE ALUDINI COUNClL Irlnxiu' B. O.trx.i:x', '00, Przxirlrrtf Mus. jn.xxNE't'rt: YOUNG lIURt.nUlt'r, ,lflfng Srfrrlur-t' Lnox W. Dmx, 'IS. Ediior of Thr .llumui lfrrkly qt-..t,tisi-nt in- u.. ,tt.......a cmwio REPRESENTATIVES FROM ALUMNI CLUBS ., ..... .... .... . ............ .... ..... . . ..... . ..... New York Alumni Association .. .... ... ..............,....................,..,. New York Alutunru: Association ...........ll'ustern New York Alumni Association Rhode Island Alumni Association ...--...,- ...... ,Hartford lfonnecticutl Alumni Association .........,...............Connccticut State Alumni Association ..................lIartfnrd QCounecticutl Alutnnne ........,.................................VcrtnonL Mcdtcztl Alumni ... ....,. ...Northern New jersey Medical Alumni .....,......--.-....................,...Washiugton KD. CJ Alumni Association ' ' Association Association ' .Association ........Worcester County lhlztssaclutsettsj Alumni .Association IVIEMBERS-AT-LARG E Mrs. Laura I". Meredith. 'I7 Miss Mary R. Bates. '94 Dr, james I'l. Naylor. '95 Dr. Edward A. Herr, '09 Mrs. Mabel XY. Mayfortli, '15 Paul Guliek, '03 Miss Mary ,I. Simpson. '13 David W. I'lon'c, '14 Miss Lillian E. Mount, '32 Fred B. Wright, 'OS 'l'hotnas -l. Nulcnrtr, '09 john C. Orcutt, '10 ,latnes l'I, Moore. 'I-lf CLASS REPRESENTATIVES Dr. Arthur L. Larner. '04 Walter ll. ll'ashIJurn. '05 Dr. Donald Miner, '06 lloralio Y, Nye. '07 llurold I". l"rt'ucl1. '03 William L. Gardner. '09 Albert V. Kieslich. 'I0 Dr. 'l'hotuas E. llziys. 'II llaroltl I. Williatus. '12 liveretr I. Soule, 'I3 Major Adrian St. ,lohu, 'l-l Louis I". Dow, '15 Wesley 'l'. Abell. 'lo llenry 'I'. Way, 'I7 Cicorpze C. Stanley. 'IS Phillips M. Bell. '19 21 Willizitn L. Ilannnond, '20 Willard C. Arms, '21 l. Munn Boartltnan. '22 Ilartltolotiiew I". Garrily, '2v Richard D. Aplin, '24 Robert 'I'. Platka. '25 Olney W. llill. '26 Williatxi M. Lockwood. '27 Kenneth II. Gurney, 'ZS Miss Constzius M. llolden. '29 llerrick M. Maeotulwer. '30 lirnest M. Codding. 'il Allen C. Ihton. '32 ,lanics Bigelow, '35 Chester B. Eaton. '34 llieliarcl iVootln'nrtl, '35 Miss Frances IC. Rowe '36 STANDING COMlVllTTEES llthletifr-B1ittei'lield, T. S. Brown, Carpenter, and XV. R. Adams Building: and Ground!-The President, the Comptroller, and the Deans Chapel Ceremonie.r-Jacobs, Bennett, and Wlallace Currirula-'Bassett, Jenna, Myrick, Burrows, Eckhard, and Sheldon Degrees and Graduate Study-Burns, "Bassett, Eckhard, Groat, Cummings, But- tles, Mower, and Douglass Extension-Douglass, Dean, Bennett, jenne. Eckhard, Burns, Carrigan, and Kehoe Frerhman Preliminarier-Gifford, Cummings, Grout, Kehoe, and Puffer Library--Tupper, Swift, Miss Shattuck, and Mower Military Department-The Commandant and the Deans Per.ronm-I Work-Gifford, Evans, Cummings, Kidder, Millington, Meredith, Pren- tice, Dean Patterson, Miss Terrill, Miss Holbrook, Miss Nulty, and Miss Cummings Public Ceremouiex-H. F. Perkins, Millington, Gifford, Marvin, Miss Colburn, Wallace, jordan, Towne, Behney, the Commandant, and the Registrar Publicaliom-Tupper, Dean, Mower, and Kehoe Regulation: and Di.rcip!ine-The President and the Deans SclLe1I'ule, Entra-ure E.Y07ILlIIdll0llJ, and Credilx-'I'l1e Registrar and the Deans Srholarxliipx--Tlie Comptroller, Thomas, Hills, and Carpenter Smdent .4cIivi1ie,v f1vl21l-dflllt'llCJ--BLIFHS, Ecklmrd, and Evans Student Conferenre-Cununings, Groat, Mower, Dean Swift. Carroll, Bullard, Dean Patterson, and Miss Cummings Sludenl I"iunurf--Groat, Myrielt, Printlle, and the Comptroller S'H1lHlI:'l' Sexxion-Douglass, Jacobs, Wallace, Burns, and Groat Sofia! Life-Kidder, Braun. Bullard. Dean Patterson, and Dean Swift -me ...tfi 1 xnatmiwf 21, msn. 22 ATHLETIC CIDUNCIL OFFICERS C hairmarz..- ........ ..... N ............................ , ..... P nor. A. D. BUTTERFIELD Secretary .......................... ,.. ...... - ..... Pkor. F. D. CARPENTER Graduate Jllanager ......... ....................... S ABIN C. ABELL ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVES FACULTY REPRESENTATIVES Royal S. Bingham William R. Adams Phillips M. Bell Dr. Thomas S. Brown Nlayor Louis F. Dow Arthur D. Butterfield I. Munn Boardman Frederick D. Carpenter STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES Henry R. Swift, .Manager of Football Jonathan T. Webster, Zllarzager of Baxketball Phelps F. Pond, Illarzager of Baseball Raymond D. Dopp, Manager of Track Leonard Schine, M arzager-elect of Football Earl Howard, Illarzager-elect of Baxketball SECOND ROW: WEBSTER, POND, SCHINE. ABELL FRONT ROW: CARPENTER, BUTTERFIELD, BINGHAM, ADAMS 23 STUDENT UNION COUNCIL OFFICERS Prefident ..................................... .................... H ELEN T.-KX'LOR, '37 Firyt Vice-Pre.vide1z! ............ ........... B ONITA NIATTHEXVS, '38 Second Vice-Prexidevzz ........... ........... F RANCES HENN12SSEX', '38 Secretary ........ . . . ........... PRISCILLA SAVAGE, '39 Trearurer ............... .............. B ETSEY 'TAYLOR, '39 Chief furtice ........... ........... T HELMA GARDNER, '37 Social Chairman ......... ............. lk TARY DRAPER, '38 Student Unionfs primary function is to see that all rules and regulations made for University women are obeyed. To this end the chief justice is elected annually. The new officers take office shortly after the vote at a formal installation usually held at the Fleming hfluseum. Student Union is in charge of the Big Sister System which assigns all freshman women to some upperclasswoman. Last year the freshmen were assigned only to those upperclasswomen who the Council thought had time to do a proper job of introducing the freshmen to college. In other years freshmen were often the little sisters of juniors and seniors who had pressing campus activities. Other functions staged by Student Union consist chiefly of mass meetings, attendance to which is compulsory for all college women. Usually heads of the women's organizations make announcements to open the proceedings. Then dancing is sometimes provided. Refreshments are served. SECOND ROW: GARDNER, B. TAYLOR, SAVAGE FRONT ROW: DRAPRR. H. TAYLOR, HENNESSEY, l'vIAT'l'lfEWS ZQ1 1V0l5lEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATI01N COUNCIL l're5idemf.... ............. ............... f 'XBBIE HOWE, '37 Vice-Prefident .................. ........ D OROTHY AKERS, '38 Recording Secretary ............... .......... K ATHRYN SCOTT, '39 Correyponding Secretarg f........... ................. L Ucx' BUTTLES, '39 Treamrer ............................................... ......... B ONITA MAT'I'I-IEws, '38 W. A. fl. Editor ........... . IYIARTHA RIST, '39 IVIILDRED Rocxwooo, '38 Publicity .Manager .....,..................... ............. Afsiftaizt Publicity IVa1zager..n ..... ...................... D ORIS COREY, '38 Hiking Chairman ..... . ........................ ....................... H ELEN XVHITE, '38 Health Council ........... CHARLOTTE PERKINS, '38 CLASS REPRESENTATIVES Sefniorf .......... PATRICIA STANLEY NIARGARET LOCKVVOOD fun-ior ................. . .................. PIIYLLIS CRAIG Sophomore. ........ ..........,.... P AULINE RowE F rexlzman ........... ........... E LIZABETI-I MYERS SECOND ROW: CRAIG. SCOTT. MYERS, AKERS, RIST, WHITE FRONIT ROW: MATTHEWS, ROCKWOOD, STANLEY, HOWE. LOCKWOOD, BUTTLES, PERKINS FACULTY-STUDENT CQIUNCIL FACULTY MEMBERS Dean lyfarian Patterson Prof. lyfarshall Cummings Dean Elijah Swift Prof. James A. Bullard Bliss Eleanor Cummings Prof. Daniel B. Carroll Prof. George G. Groat STUDENT MEMBERS 1937 Leonard Bingham Barbara Howd Dayton S. Eddy Harry A. MacMillan Barbara Redding 1938 Frances Hennessey Russell O. Sunderland Marjorie Howe William C. Van Dyck Jack Wool 1939 Jerome D. Katz SECOND ROW: SUNDERLAND, WOOL, KATZ, CARROLL FRONT ROW: HOWD, MOWER, CUMMINGS, BULLARD, HENNESSEY 26 PUBLICATICIN BIDABD OFFICERS Chairman ......... ..,................... .......... ........ - ..... P R 0 F. LEON DEAN Secretary ............ ................................................................................. - ..... H . H. HUNT, '37 FACULTY IVIEMBERS Prof. Leon Dean Prof. George Groat Prof. George Kidder STUDENT MEMBERS H. R. Gilmore, '37 H. H. Hunt, ,37 The Publication Board was established in 1936 as an advisory board to the campus publications, the ARXEL and the Cynic. ,Its duties are to oversee the elec- tion of the editor-in-chief and the business manager for the ARIELQ in regard to the Cynic, it merely advises the editor with his problems, since the Cynic staff is chosen on a credit system. The board investigates all ARIEL contracts and aids the editor in his choice of printer, engraver, and photographer. The establishment of this board is the direct result of the present practice of sending the editors and business managers of the Cynic and the Alum. to the Associated Collegiate Press Conference each year. Last year, when H. H. Hunt, '37, editor of the 1937 ARIEL, attended the conference in Chicago, he learned that it is the practice in many of the colleges of the country to have such a board. Feeling that such an organization would be beneficial to the staffs of the two publications and the student body as a whole, he worked out a tentative plan and took it to Dean Swift, who, with Professor Dean, revised Mr. Hunt's plan and aided in the formation of a board which the University Council approved. HUNT, KIDDER, GROAT, GILMORE 27 'SAMUEL ELIOT BASSETT, AAKP, AXP, HELP. 'Y'-TK A.B.. Yale '981 Ph.D., Yale 'OS Pro-frssor of flu' Crrfk Language and Lifffdfllft' HOWARD GORDON BENNETT, 411315 A.B.. Harvard '17g MA.. Harvard '24 I'rofr::or of Music GEORGE PLUMER BURNS, QBK, 4139, EE. AZ B.S.. Ohio Wesleyan '97g MA., Ohio XVcsleyz1nl98g Pl1.D., Munich '00 Proffssor of Botany GEORGE HOWARD BIQRROWS, 'PBK BS., Vermont '99: Pl1.D., Massachusetts Instiintc of Technology '02 Profrssor of Chrmisfry FREDERICK DONALD CARPENTER. 'PPAT CDHK A.B.. Trinity '10g MA., Trinity '15g Pl1.D.. Yale '18 Profrssor of flu' Grrmnn Lrlnguage and Litrrafurr 'Deccnfeil December fl, l936. CULLEGE 0F ARTS AND SCIENCES ELIJAH SWll"'l' Buffalo, New York, JMB., Harvard '03g M..-X Harvard 'O-lg Plm.D., Gottingen '07 Dfan of Ihr Collrgc of flrtx and Srirnrcs Willirzzm Professor of illatlzmaraticr BENNIf.'l'I' COOPER DOUGLASS. KE, 'PBK Ph.B.. Vermont '08g MA., Columbia '20g Ph.D.. Columbia '24 Prof1'.r.for of Erlurafion SAXICIQL FRANKLIN EMERSON JMB.. Yale '72g Ph.D.. Amherst: L,I'l.D., Vermont Profzzvsor Ifmrrifux of Hixtory ?PAL'L DISMUND ICVANS .-VB., Cornell 'I5g ANI.. Cornell 'I-ll Ph.D., Cornell '23 I'r'ofr.v.wr of History ASA RUSSELL GIFIFORD, 'I'N9, 'MIK .'X.I5.. Wesleyan '04g MA., Yale '07 Profrsxor of Intfllcrlzml and Moral Philosophy Prfsirlrzit Vfrmont Chilrlrrlfs Jiri Sorirty .llrmlrrr National Coznzril .'l7lll'l'I!'11II .fl.r,roria!ion I 'ui':'rr5if5' Profrssorx GHORGIC GORIIAM GRO.-X'l', AT, IPBK .-XB.. Syracuse '9S: Pd.Xl., New York State Tezicliers' College i971 MA.. Cornell '0I: Ph.D., Columbia '05 I'rofr:,mr of lfronomirs R.-XLPII NIAYNARD IIOLNIES. 53. WBK. -NZ AB.. Maine 'llg XI..-X.. lVesleyan !13g Ph.D.. Cornell '23 ' Profrxxor of Plzysirs ELBRIDGE CHURCHILL JACOBS, AT'? lf. 'DN-'IUND CURTIS MOWER, 4'-59, KPBK Mzxsszlelllisetts Institute of Technology l96g KIA., Columbia ,13 I'rofr.v.for of Urology and ll1Ill!TfIl10g-X' Stair Crofogixt Curafor of flu' Grologiml and tllinrralogiml Collrrtions In Chargr of Srixmograplz Station ill., Vermont '92g LL.D., New York University '96: AM., Vermont Projrssor of Politiral Srifnrr Lrfturrr in .llrdiml jilrixprxrdrzirr Srrrftary of flu' Farulfy 4XR'l'lIl'R BECKWITH MYRICR. SAE. 'MIK .fX.B., Harvard '0lg MA.. I'IZll'X'lll'Ll '01g Ph.D., Harvard '04 Profrxxor of tin' Romanrr Langun rx and Litrm- fllfl' IIIQNRY FARNHAM PERKINS. AXP, KDBK .'X.I3., Vermont '9Sg Ph.B., johns llopkins '02 Projfxvfor of Zoology Dirfrtor of Ilia Firming Jlllljflllll Dirfrlor of thr Ifngrnicf Slll'L'I'.X' LI'IS'l'liR MARSII PRINDLE. 'NlA. fI1BK, TKA, EEK!! .'X.B.. Vermont 'ISQ :'X.M.. Harvard '16: Ph.D., Harvard '21 Prol'r:.vor of th.-' Lalin Languagc and I.irfraturz' FREDERICK 'l'UPPl!1R, ATU, 'PBK ,-VH., Charles ton '90g AAI., Charleston '92g Ph.D.. johns Hopkins '93g L.H.D., Vermont '06 Proff.v.vor of the lfngliylz Ltlllglldgl' and Literature T011 leave of nb:encc. . ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS WELLINGTON ESTEY AIKEN, EN, QBK Ph.B., Vermont '0lg M.A., Vermont '03 Associate Professor of English Secretary of the University Senate CHARLES ERNEST BRAUN, '-PAT, AI, EE' B.S., Polytechnical Institute of Brooklyn 'ZZQ lX'I.A., Columbia '23g Ph.D., Columbia '25 Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry LELAND LAWRENCE BRIGGS, AEA, BNP, IIPM A.B., South Dakota 'Zflg M.A., South Dakota 'Z-43 M.B.A., Northwestern '27 Associate Professor of Econo-mics ALFRED GRETHER BUEHLER, HKA, HFM A.B., Heidelberg '22g M.A., Yale '23g Ph.D., Yale '30 Associate Professor of Economics DANIEL BERNARD CARROLL, EKPE, IIPM A.B., Illinois '12g Ph.D., Wisconsin '30 Associate Professor of Political Science ELEANOR STETSON CUMMINGS K A.B., Boston University '08 Associate Professor of Physical Education for Women JOHN BELLOWS DEFOREST, QBK A.B., Yale '05g M.A., Yale 'IZQ Ph.D., Yale '30 Associate Professor of the Romance Languages ELEAZER JOHNSON DOLE, QBK A.B., Vermont 'IZg M.A., Vermont '17g M.S., Vermont, 'Zig Ph.D., Vermont '23 Associate Professor of Botany GEORGE DYKHUIZEN, fIfBK A.B., Indiana '21g M.A., Chicago '2-lg Ph.D., Chicago '34 Associate Professor of Philosophy PETER HARRY EWERT A.B., Southwestern Teachers' Collegeg M.A., Kansas '2-lg Ph.D., Clark '29 Associate Professor of Psyrhology PERCY AUSTIN FRALEIGH, fIJBK M.A.. Cornell 'l8g Ph.D., Cornell '27 Associate Professor of Mathematics CHARLES ALLEN KERN, 4169 B.S., Vermont '01 Associate Professor of Chemistry GEORGE VINCENT KIDDER, KE, 'PBK A.B., Vermont '22g A.B., Oxford '26 Associate Professor of Greek and Latin ,IULIAN IRA LINDSAY A.B., Clark '9Sg M.A., Harvard '10 Associate Professor of English JOHN TRUMBULL METCALF, IIECI1 A.B., Yale 'I0g M..-X., Yale 'llg Ph.D., Yale '13 Associate Professor of Psychology PAUL AMOS MOODY, FA, EE, 'PE A. B., Morningside '25g Ph.D., Michigan '27 Associate Professor of Zoology EDWIN HEWITI' REEDER, QBK, KAH A.B., Columbia 'IZQ M.A., Columbia 'Z4g Ph.D., Columbia '26 Associate Professor of Education BERTRAND HOLMES WALLACE, EK, TBK A.B., Rochester '0lg M.A., Vermont '24 Associate Professor of Secondary Education ASSISTANT PROFESSORS WILLIAM HUDSON BEHNEY B.S., Lebanon Valley College '25g M.S., Ver- mont '30 Assistant Professor of Zoology PHILLIPS DEAN CARLETON A.B., Brown '20 Assistant Professor of English ELIZABETH VANDERPOEL COLBURN B.S., Columbia '12g M.A., Columbia '16 Assistant Professor of Education GENNETTE CLAIRE DAVIS, AXO A.B., Carlton '1Sg B.S., Minnesota. '22g M.A., Columbia '27 Assistant Professor of Economics fSecretarialj LEON W. DEAN. QBK, TKA A.B., Vermont 'IS Assistant Professor of English ROLAND FREEMAN DOANE B.S., Harvard 'I7g M.A., Middlebury '28 Assistant Professor of the Romance Languages CHARLES GEORGE DOLL, ESI' Ph.B., Brown '24g M.A., Brown '26 Assistant Professor of Geology and Mineralogy RAYMOND AVERY HALL, 'I'N9, 'PBK A.B., Wesleyan '14g M.A., Columbia '23 Assistant Professor of English SARA MOULTHROP HOLBROOK Pd.B., Hartford Ped. School '29g M.A., Yale '22 Assistant Professor of Education FREDERICK WALTER HOUSEHOLDER A.B., Texas '06g LL.B., Texas '09g M.A., Texas '10 Assistant Professor of Mathematics MELVIN HENRY LAATSCH, CPBK, KQPK, nmi, A241 A.B., Gettysburg College '26g M.A., Vermont '28g M.A., Princeton '34 Assistant Professor of Political Science BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LADD A.B., New York '10g M.A., Penn State '12 flssistant Professor of the German Language and Literature EDGAR ELWYN LINEKEN, GIHKE, AXE, KQK B.S., Maine '23g M.S., Maine '25 Assistant Professor of Chemistry GEORGE HERBERT NICHOLSON A.B., Mt. Allison '223 M.A., Harvard '23 Assistant Professor of Mathematics CATHERINE FRANCES NULTY, 'PBK Ph.B., Brown 'llg Ed.lNfI., Harvard '25 .flssistant Professor of Economics JAMES EUGENE POOLEY A.B.. Yale '22g MA., Yale '26 flssistant Professor of Creek and Latin 'WILLARD BISSELL POPE, XXI' A.B., Hamilton '25, M.A., Harvard '26g Ph.D., Harvard '32 :lssistant Professor of English ' On leave ol' absence. ARCHIBALD THOMPSON POST, EN B.S., Vermont '27 :lssistant Professor and Acting Director of Physi- cal Education for Men HOWARD ANDERSON PRENTICE, NP, 2-9-'I' B.S., Vermont '28 Assistant Professor and Director of Physical Education for Men HERBERT EVERETT PUTNAM, 'PK'i', 'PMA A.B., Minnesota 'ZSQ M.A., Minnesota ,27g Ph.D., Cornell '30 Assistant Professor of History LYMAN SMITH ROWELL, AI B.S., Vermont ,205 M.S., Vermont '25 elssistant Professor of Zoology JOHN PHILIP SABO B.S., Illinois '22g 1XfI,A., Illinois '34 .flssista-nt Professor of Physical Education KATHRINA HABBERTON STORMS A.B., Wellesley '00 Assistant Professor of English BENJAMIN BOOTH WAINWRIGHT, QBK A.B., Williams '20g M.A., Illinois '25 Assistant Professor of English PARKER B. WILLIS B.S., Williams '28g M.S., Columbia '31 Jssistant Professor of Economics MYRON ELLIS WITHAM B.S., Dartmouth '0-lg C.E., Thayer School of Civil Engineering '06 .lssistant Professor of Mathematics FLORENCE' MAY WOODARD, KAO Ph.B., Vermont '22g M.A., Columbia '27 .lssislant Professor of Economics LLOYD ABRAM WOODWARD, IPMA, QBK Ph.B., Vermont '18g M.S., Vermont '24 .lssistant Professors of Physics -IAMIES ATKINS BLTLLARD .-XB.. Williams .OSI Pl1.D.. Clark '14 1'rofrs:or of .llatlzrzmztirx and ,l1lT1I!lllil'5 ARTIIUR DliX'I'l'1R BL"l'l'lSRFIELD BS., Wforcestcx' Polytechnic Institute '98g Columbia '04 llrufafxor of Illafhrnmtirx and Crodrsy EDD RUTIIVICN XICKICIC B.S., Iowa Slate College 20: MB., Iowa Profrssor of Iflz'vtr'iml lfnginrrring LOUIS BLACKNIER PUFFER Stale Collegeg EE., '26 CIE., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute '09 Profrxsor of Ci-:il E!lgI!Iff'fI11g lil-'AN TIIOMI-XS HS., Denison '76g B.D., Yale '80 Profrssnr Ifmrritux of 4ll11f,'1:1lmfirx an rhauirs CQILLEGE 0F ENGINEERING GEORGE I"RIiDERICK ECKIIARD Waverly, Iowa. HS.. Iowa 'OSQ CIE., Iowa Dmm of thz' Collfgr of Ifnginrvring 1'roff55ar of Strurtural Ifnginvrriug rl fllr- ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS ROY ORVILLE BUCHANAN, QBK WADSWORT H THOMPSON FULTON, AI, TKA B.S., Vermont '05 B.S., Vermont '23g M.S., Columbia '31 Jxxoriaff Profrssor of Elrrtriml Enginn'ring .Jsroriafr Profrsxar of Mechanical Enginrcri-ng ASSISTANT PROFESSORS MILTON HARRIS ALDRICH, EAE LAURENCE FORREST SHOREY, CPBK B.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute '28 B.S., Vermont '2Sg M.S., Vermont '30 xlxsistant Profrssor of Mechanical E11ginz':ring .flssistarzt Professor of Electrical E11gi11ecri'ng GENO BLAISE LUCARINI, ZX, fIvBK EDMUND LOUIS SUSSDORFF A B.S., Vermont '24 Ph.B., Sheffield 'l4g M.E.., Shefheld '17 Assixfarzt Professor of Mfclranical E1zgi1zcrring zlxsixtant Pro,f.4'ssor of Mrrlzaniml Evzginrrriug HOWARD GUY MILLINGTON, ZX HAROLD IRVING WILLIAMS CE., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute B.S., Vermont '12 .-Jsxfxtrzrzt Profrssor of il-Iatlu-matic: .Lfsistarzt Prolffssor of Electrical Engineering INSTRUCTORS ALBERT EUGENE BATCHELDER GERALD A. LYNDE 1l1J'1ffllCl0f in Slzop Work B.S., Vermont '30 Instructor in Mechanical Engineering FRANK AUBREY DRESSER Instructor in Shop Work Szzpcrirztcozdmt of the Engineering Slzopx 33 CIILLEGE 0F AGRICULTURE JOSEPH LAWRENCE I-IILLS Boston, Massachusetts, Se.B., Massachusetts Agri- cultural College '81g Sc.B., Boston University 'Slg Sc.D., Rutgers '03 Dean of tim Collage of .Jgfiflllfllftf Proftxuor of xlgronomy anal Dirfttor of the State lfxprrizizfnt Station MASON HERBERT CAMPBELL, AZ, TEA, MARSHALL BAXTER CUMMINGS, 25, EAI' TA, AZ B.S., Illinois '17g M.S., XVisconsin ,18g Pl1.D.. BS.. Vermont '91g M.S., Nlaine 'O-lg Ph.D., Wisconsin '32 Cornell '09 Proffxsor of Dairy Production Profrxsor of Hortifulture HOWARD BOWMAN ELLENBERGER, AZ B.S., iowa State US: M.S., Cornell '15q Ph.D., Cornell '17 Profrnor of .tlnimal and Dairy I'11l.S'bfl7llI'I'j' BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LUTMAN, AZ, EE' A.B., Missouri '063 A.M., Wisconsin '07g Ph.D., Pr0,ir.v:or of Plant Pathology PAUL ROBERT MILLER, AZ, 'PE B.S., Iowa State College '22, NLS.. Michigan State College '24 Proffsfor of .-'lgrmiomy BERTHA MAY TERRILL, KPBK B.S., Nlount Holyoke i951 AB., Mount Holyoke '96g MA., Chicago '08 Prafcxxor of Honzi' Economies Xliscon sin '09 ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 'ALICE EMMA BLUNDELL, 'I1KfI2, ATA, IPEQIP KENNETH JOSEPH SHELDON, EE, ATE, AZ, B.S., Iowa State '18g M.S., Columbia '28 Associate Professor of Home Economics KQPK B.S., Vermont '15g A.M., Teachers' College, Columbia '24 Jssoriate Professor of .flgricultural Education ASSISTANT PROFESSORS WILLIAM RITCHIE ADAMS, JR., 9X B.S., Syracuse '26g M.S., Vermont '28 Jssistant Professor of Botany and Forestry FLORENCE EMILY BAILEY B.S., Simmons '18g M.S., Vermont '30 .elssistant Professor of Home Economics GRACE BURWASH BA., Illinois '19g NIA., Columbia '24 Assistant Professor of Home Economies ALIDA BEATRICE FAIRBANKS B.S., Vermont '21g M.A., Columbia '24 flssista-nt Professor of Home Economics ALEXANDER GERSHOY, 25 B.S., Cornell '18g Columbia '35 flssistant Professor of Botany ERNEST O. HERREID, AZ, PA, PEA, EX, AFP B.S., South Dakota State '27g M.S., Minnesota '28g Ph.D., Minnesota '33 Jssista-nt Professor of Dairy Manufacturing JOHN ALVIN NEWLANDER ' B.S., Cornell 'l4g M.S., Vermont '21 Assistant Professor of Dairy Husbandry AMOS BUSH WILLMARTH, CPBK A.B., lvliddlebury '00g A.M., Harvard '01g B.S., Vermont '18g M.S., Vermont '13 Assistant Professor of Clzsemistry IN STRUCTORS LESTER MAXWELL GREENE WINONA EMYLE STONE, IPBK B.S., North Carolina '26g M.S., North Caro- Ph.B., Vermont '23g M.S., Vermont '31 lina '28 Instructor in Poultry Husbandry WILBUR PARKER PIERCE AB., Dartmouth '31g NLS., Vermont '34 Instrurtor in Botany 'Deceased January 7, 1937s Instructor in Botany LYDIA TARRANT B.S., Oregon State College '28g M.S., Oregon State College '30 Instructor in Home Economics X EE, LYMAN ALLEN, NSN, 'PBIL Eli' AB., Vermont '93, M.D., Vermont '96g F.A.C.S., Norwich '17 Profc.vsor of Surgrry CLARENCE HENRY BEECHER, NEN M,D., Vermont '00, F.A.C.P. Proffssor of Mfdicinc THOMAS STEPHEN BROWN, NEN MD., Vermont '04 Thayer Profrxsor of .flzmtovny ERNEST HIRAM BUTTLES, QBK, KE AB., Vermont '01, NLD., Vermont '08 Profrssor of Pathology and Bactrriology CHARLES FRANCIS DALTON, NEN BLD., Vermont '03 Prol'fr.v.vor of Ilygicm' and Prwclztive Hledichze COLLEGE 0F MEDICINE ,IAMES NATHANIEL ,IENNE Berkshire, Vermont, M.D., Vermont ,815 MS Vermont F25 Dean of flu' College of Mflfirilze T FRED KINNEY JACKSON, NEN, 'PAQ AB., Vermont '97g IXfI.D., Vermont '99 Professor of Physiology CHARLES KIMBALL JOHNSON, 'PX M.D,, Vermont '99g F.A.A.P. Profassor of Przliatricx PATRICK .EUGENE MCSWEENEY, NEN M.D., Vermont '22g F.A.C.S. Profrssor of Obrtrfrics and Gynecology DAVID MARVIN, NSN M.D., Vermont '00 Profrssor of Pharmacology ana' Tlzfrapfutics JAMES CHARLES O'NEIL, NEN B.S., Vermont '06g M.D., Vermont '17 Profexsor of Pxyflziatry GEORGE MILLER SABIN, NEN, 'PA9 B.S., Vermont '96g M.D., Vermont"00g F.A.C.S. Professor of Cliniral Surgery EUGENE FREDERICK TRAUB, AKK B.S., Michigan '1Sg NLD., Michigan '18 Pl'0fl'.f.YO7' of Dermatology EMMUS GEORGE TWITCHELL AB.. Queen's '02g M.D., Queen's '06g C.M., Queen's '06 Profz'.f.ror of Ophthalmology mul Otolaryngology JOHN BROOKS WHEELER, 'PX, 24' A.B., Vermont '7Sg M.D., Harvard '79g Sc.D., Vermont '21g F.A.C.S Profmxor E'nzz'ritu.v of Surgny CHARLES FLAGG WHITNEY, NEN, ATS! B.S., Vermont '97g M.D., Vermont '03g INI.S., Vermont '04 Professor of Pliysiological Chemistry and Toxicology ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS OLIVER NEWELL EASTMAN, AKK M.D., Vermont '08g F.A.C.S. Associate Professor of Obstetrics IHIOVEY JORDAN, ATS! Ph.B., Vermont '13g M.S., Vermont '14 Associate Professor of Biology, Histology, and Embryology PAUL KENDRICK FRENCH, NEN, AXP Ph.B., Vermont 'ZOQ M.D., Vermont '23g EDWARD DOUGLAS MCSWEENEY, NEN, F.A.C.P. A.B., Vermont '19g M.D., Vermont '22g Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine F.A.C.S. Associate Professor in Gynecology ASSISTANT PROFESSORS BENJAMIN DYER ADAMS, AKK M.D., Vermont '083 F.A.C.S. Assistant Professor of Surgery TRUMAN JAMES ALLEN, AKK M.D., Vermont '12 Assistant Professor of Neurology CLARENCE ALDEN BONNER, AKK M.D., Vermont '13 Assistant Professor of Psychiatry HERBERT ASHLEY DURFEE, AKK, 'PAB A.B., Vermont '17g M.D., Vermont '20 Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gyne- cology OSCAR GAITH FITZHUGH, 'PAK B.S., Virginia '27g iVI.S., Virginia '33g Ph.D., Virginia '36 Assistant Professor of Physiology and Pharma cology WENDELL EVERETI' JAMES, E5 A.B., Brown '17 ROBERT LELAND MAYNARD, AKK M.D., Vermont 'llg F.A.C.S. Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery CHARLES PERKINS MOAT B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology '96 Assistant Professor of Sanitary Chemistry CHESTER ALBERT NEWHALL, NEN A.B., Northwestern '24g M.D., Vermont '28 Assistant Professor of Anatomy WALFORD TUPPER REES, NZN, K2 A.B., Brown '17g M.D., Vermont '24 Assistant Professor of Surgery EMBREE RECTOR ROSE A.B., Indiana 'l9g A.M., Harvard '22 Assistant Professor of Physiological Chemistry ARTHUR BRADLEY SOULE, NI' A.B., Vermont 'Z5g M.S., Vermont '28 Assistant Professor of Pathology WILLIAM GRAVES TOWNSEND, AKK Assistant Professor of Bacteriology and Clinical B5-, DflfUH0Uih ,203 MD-, VCYIHOUY ,243 pa,1,,,10g3. F.A.C.S. Assistant Professor of Urology INSTRUCTORS 'ANTHONY ALONGE, 'PX A.B.. Syracuse '26g A.M., Columbia '27 Instructor in Physiology and Pharmacology ELLSWORTH LYMAN AMIDON, GIX, ATQ B.S., Tufts '27g M.D., Vermont '32 Instructor in Pathology and llledicine ' Absent on leave. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CLARK, BAE, NEN B.S., Vermont '29g M.D., Vermont '33 Instructor in Clinical Obstetrics and Pathology 'WINTHROP MAILHOT FLAGG, EAE, NZN M.D., Vermont '34 Instructor in Pathology ALFRED LEO 1"RECHE'I'I'E M.D., Vermont '34 Instructor in Pathology ALBERT GEORGE MACKAY, NSN, BAE B.S., Vermont '29, NLD., Vermont '32 Instructor in .-inafomy and Clinical Surgery DAVID MANSON. W9 D.D.S., Philadelphia Dental College '00 lnxrructor in Oral Hygifnc JAMES HALLETI' PEERS, WBK, PIX A.B., Brown '36g M.D., McGill '31 Instructor in Pathology ELNIER XVATERS PIKE, AKK, IPAQ NLD., Vermont '18 Instructor in rllrrlicfnc CHARLES ARTHUR RAVEY, AKK M.D., Vermont '18 Instructor in rl-Ierlicine EDWARD JAMES ROGERS, TX B.S., South Carolina Military Academy '96 M.D., Medical College of South Carolina '08 MD., Columbia '12 Instructor in Tuberculoxis ADOLPHUS DUNCAN ROOD M.D., Vermont '08 Inxtrucfor in Brouchoscopy 'KEITH FRANK TRUAX, WX, ZX B.S., Vermont 'ZSQ M.D., Vermont '31 Instructor lu Juatomy HIRAM EUGENE UPTON, NEN M.D., Maryland '27 Instructor in Clinical M4-rliciue CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS PAUL DENNISON CLARK, AKK, 34' M.D., Vermont '26 Clinical Instructor in Prrliatrics ERALD FAIRBANKS FOSTER, AKK M.D., Vermont '27 Clinical Instructor in Prrwntiw .llrrlici-ne and Hygicne 'Absent on leave. ARTHUR LEO LARNER, AKK M.D.. Vermont '04 .isxistaut Profcuor in Otolaryngology Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology KARL CORNELIUS MQMAHON, NE, AI B.S.. Vermont '19, M.D., Vermont '22 Clinical Instructor in Laryngology .l,v.ri.rtant Profcssor in Ophthalmology NIIXLCOLINI EVERETT CRAIG, B.S. Major, Infantry, United States Army Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics ELBRIDGE COLBY, A.B.. Ph.D. Major, Infantry, United States Army Assistanf Proffssor of Military Scicncr and Tactics RAYMOND THOMAS CONNER, D.E.L. Staff Sargezmt, United States Army Instructor in Military Scicncr and Tactics DEPARTMENT 0F DIILITABY SCIENCE MERRILL ELLICOTI' SPALDING Colonel, Infantry, United States Army Professor of Military Sciencc and Tactics and Commamlaut of Cadrts KEEPING UP YVITII THE FACULTY Among the faculty at the University of Vermont are many members who are recognized in this country and abroad as outstanding in their fields of research. In appreciation of their work and to inform others are the purposes of this article. Alexander Gershoy, assistant professor of botany in the College of Agriculture, is known internationally for violet research work. "ln continuous work, begun in 1921 at Columbia University, Professor Gershoy has had at least seventy-five species of violets under cultivation in the experimental plots. By means of hand pollination several hundred hybrids of violets have been produced experimentally. In this research the problems and their many phases are as follows: Gross and microscopic details of the reproductive cycle, morphology and histology of the organs, attempts at reconstruction of ancestral types of violet speciesg an effort to explain species relationships on the basis of chromosome number studies and by species hybridization, by hybridization experiments for the purpose of produc- ing new and desirable horticultural forms, experiments to produce mutationsg physiological experiments in growing embryos in culture solutions outside of the parent plantg cytological studies on the various types of experimentally produced hybridsf, Paul Amos lkfoody, associate professor of Zoology, is studying the application of the Dale Anaphylactic Test to the study of zoological specificity. Blood tests of the type employed in medico-legal cases have been used in the study of the relationships of different kinds of animals to each other. Quantitative methods have been applied to the test so that by its means it is possible to determine quite exactly the degree of relationship of one kind of animal to another. This test, however, has not proven very effective in distinguishing between animals which are very closely related. Professor Moody has advanced the Dale Anaphylactic Test to supplement the blood or precipitin tests when dealing with small differences in relationships. As far as known, the Dale Anaphylactic Test has never before been used in the study of animal relationships. It has required modification and perfecting to adapt it for this new use. It is more sensitive and more specific than is the precipitin test, but it is so specific that it can only be used with animals which are quite closely related. Hence, the usefulness of the test is greatest at the point at which the precipitin tests are weakest: measuring the relationship between closely related animals. lvlarshall Baxter Cummings, professor of horticulture in the College of Agri- culture, is listed in 'fAmerica's YVho,s VVho." Professor Cummings is studying problems of pomology, the problem of transplanting orchard trees and the sterility of pears. Several bulletins have been written concerning the progress in these experiments. The experiment in pomology was started in 1904 and is now approxi- mately one-half completed since it will continue as long as the orchard lasts. The purpose of the experiment includes determining the ability of orchards to endure the winter season, regulating the crops and grades of apples. The experiment 41 dealing with the transplanting of orchard trees deals with the development of the leaf, the extent of the effects of different seasons as well as other phases of research. George Plumer Burns, professor of botany, and William Ritchie Adams, Jr., assistant professor of botany and forestry, are studying the effects of different wave-lengths of light on the production of carbohydrates in forest plants, espe- cially in white pine and spruce. The general problem is the tolerance of New England forests and the natural reproduction of different types of Vermont forests. Peter Harry Ewert, associate professor of psychology, listed in "America's Young Menf' has made important studies in eye movements during reading and recall. It has been shown that eye movements necessary for reading printed material persist during recall of such material as shown by the frequency of eye movements and by their photographic pattern. The importance of these findings lies in the fact that it indicates to what extent people visualize while recalling past experiences. Professor Ewert is the chairman of a committee of the American Psychological Association appointed to study methodology of learning. He has contributed to this field by various analyses of learning curves and their measurable units. "A VVeighting Technique for hfeasuring Practice Effects" Professor Ewert read to the American Psychological Association in the fall of 1936. Other subjects of research which Professor Ewert is working upon include: Factors in space localization during inverted vision, and physiological limits in learning. Alfred Grether Buehler, associate professor of economics, is listed in "America's Young Nfenf' Professor Buehler has written three books, "Public Finance," a college textbook, and two specialized studies, "General Sales Taxationn and "The Undistributed Profits Tax,', which is just off the press. Professor Buehler con- tributes articles to economic and business periodicals, and reads papers at con- ferences. He is a member of the Advisory Council of the Tax Policy League. Leland Lawrence Briggs, associate professor of economics, one of "America's Young Men," publishes quarterly "The Accountanfs Digest." james Atkins Bullard, professor of mathematics and mechanics, read a paper at the Research Club on 'fThe Properties of Parabolas Inscribed in a Trianglef' Professor Bullard has found several properties which, as far as known, have not been noted before, even though this geometry is very old. "Although these parabolas and the relations found are not of great importance, they are of some interest because of their relation to modern developments in the geometry of the triangle. Another subject of research is the "photo-elastic method for the investi- gation of stress distribution." This method is of great value in the so-called two- dimensional problems. "If a stressed model is placed in a beam of white light, polarized, a colored pattern can be seen. For all points in a single band of one color, the relative retardation and, hence, the difference of the principal unit- 42 stresses is constantf' Professor Bullard is also working upon a special catalogue of engineering books in the library, interesting, valuable and rare books. In the chemical laboratories, important research is carried on. "Destination and speed of its approach are important to molecules as to men. Destination, with molecules at least, is the state of equilibrium, and equilibrium studies have been one of the undertakings in the chemistry laboratories for a number of years. just now, speed of approach, that is the reaction kinetics, of an important change is being followed. "At the present time, theories of the nature of solutions are undergoing change, and non-aqueous solutions are having their say. Hydrogen sulfide, made liquid by dry ice, is in use as a solvent and how well certain substances dissolved in it conduct electricity is being examined. These substances seem not as frantic to reach the shores as one might imagine they would be. "lN'Iedical advance awaits fuller understanding of relationships between the physiological actions of molecules and their types of architecture. In the organic laboratory, molecules of likely lineage are being builded and examined. Perhaps some of them will prove specifically useful as well as generally illuminating. Such possibilities are among the rewards of toil in science." 43 hIl'NIORS SIQNIORS SGPHOMGRES FRESHMEN YI'1'AL STATISTICS SNAPSHOT SECTION CLASSES CLASS President- HENRY L. PRATT Vice-President- KATHERINE M. ROONEY Faculty-Student Council- MARJORIE E. HOWE FRANCES E. HENNESSEY 0F 1938 Treasurer- KENNETH A. LAPLANT Secretary- PRISCILLA I. NEWTON Faculty-Student Council- Agriculture- RUSSELL O. SUNDERLAND Engines ring- WILLIAM C. VAN DYCK Arts and Sciences- JACK WOOL J UN IOB QUESTIIJNNAIRE 111 en Pratt .................... 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Stone .......... . ........... . Parlor Athlete l Howe Yerks McFarland lN'IcLeod if ..........,...................... McLeod llloft Gullible ...............Enders, Tuppei' ...-.....d x ost Wl1ac1eey............. ............Be5t Apple PoliJher...... J. Robinson ............ ie--Delta Psi and Favorite Ka S. Fraternity Ti lgga nd fwomen Efmfnifia U a Votingj - g lPhi Delta Theta Favorite Alpha Chi Omega Sororit 1 Pi Beta Phi 5 QMen votingj Kappa Alpha Theta L. W. Dean Favorite Profe.v.for BQ F' Lafld Ulf. E. Aiken Towle Starbird Brock lX'IcLeod Rooney Rockwood Falby Best Feature isaulillgfikklemorial I 1 if of L ' I ' 'U' The Campus W T IF t re Road behind the Old Mill 0 J' ea U Women's Rushin of U. V. M. A . . .g Fiaternity Politics Improve Athletic Teams Suggeftiom for New Road Behind the Improvement Old hflill lBus to Southwick 51 I.0UlSE ELEANIIII ABll0'l"l' St. Johnsbury, Vt. Classical HUWAIID CL.-KIIK ABBO'l'T Franklin, Mass. Literary Scientific CLIFFUIID CLARK AGNEW' Brattleboro, Vt. Pre-.Medical Phi Delta Thetag Band Cl, ZH. Q O 1 'nuns nLEANon AITKEN Bethel, Vt. Chemiylry Outing Club KZ, 31. S2 BEATRICE IIAZEL BALL Bristol, Vt. Commercial Teacherx' Trazmng W. A. A.g Y. YV. C. A.g Dramatic Club. GRACE ELEAN0ll BALDW'IN North Ferrisburg, Vt. Agriculture Sigma Gamma. DIARGAIKET BEULAH ALLEN South Hero, Vt. Home Economics' Kappa Deltag Home Economics Club, Dean's List Cl, 2, 313 W. A. A. Cl, 2, 313 Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, 315 Omicron Nu Freshman Cup. ll0ll0'l'llY BEATIIICE AKERS Gilman, Vt. Secondary Education Alpha Chi Omegag Class Hockey Cl, 2, 31g Varsity Hockey C313 Press Club C313 Y. VV. C. A. C313 John Dewey Club C31g W. A. A. C1, 2, 31, Council C31. 53 Q. at 9 ' VINCENT BAPTIST Bristol, Conn. Pre-Medzcal Lambda Iotag Wrestlingg Boxingg Football CU. JULIAIN DIAURICE nAllll0N Brookline, Blass. General Science Tau Epsilon Phig Class Numeralsg Dramatic Clubg john Dewey Clubg Cyuic KID, Fall Play CZJ. ll0GEll llAl5lIl.'l'0N IIEAIILE Newport Center, Vt. Agriculture Alpha Zetag Class Numeralsg Varsity Baseball QZDQ Aggie Clubg Bandg Corporal CZJ. PAULITA CQIRIIELIA BEAUCIIEMIN Shelburne, Vt. Education 'Nlewman Club 41, 2, sp, W. A. A. 41, 2, 33. I 54 1 MARTHA CONSTANCE BISIIIIP Montpelier, Vt. Secondary Education Pi Beta Phig John Dewey Clubg Outing Clubg Press Club. EDWARD CLARK BINGIIAM, JR. Rutland, Vt. C hemixtry Alpha Tau Omegag Chemistry Clubg V. C. A. Cabi- netg Assistant Manager Frosh Campg Bandg Dean's List QU. X012 NELSON llENOI'l' Fisherville, hlass. WILLIAM SAXTUN BEDF0llD New Berlin N. Y. Pre-Medzcal Phi Delta Theta' Football C2 33g Class Basketball Pre-Medical 0 ' ' i Cl, 2, 33- "ef - 55 l.0llISl1i M:lBl0N BIIAZIEII Montpelier, Vt. Education VV. A. A., Glee Club Cl, 213 4-H College Girls' Club, House President C2, 315 Y. W. C. A., Outing Club C21. ALICE MATILDA BIIIICK VVest Barnet, Vt. Secondary Education VV. A. A. Council-at-Large, Glee Club C113 House President C315 House Committee C21. ADIY JOANNE Bll0NKll0llST Wethersfield, Conn. General Science Alpha Chi Omega, YV. A. A. Council-at-Large C313 Health Council C31g Bowling C215 Glee Club Cl, 215 Hockey C31, Manager of Team, Y. W. C. A., Out- ing Club. BUTH BALDWIN BRONSON New Haven, Conn. Social Science , Glee Club 41, 2, 315 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 42, 313 Business Manager Frosh Handbook, Tennis Man- 'Q .zz Ju' ager C2, 31, University Players, Choir CZ, 315 Bas- ketball C215 ARIEL Board, Press Club CZ, 313 John Dewey Club CZ, 31, Dean's List C21g Opera CZ, 31, House President, Outing Club Treasurer C31. 56 FRANCES RITA CAIN Orwell, Vt. Home E conomicx Delta Delta Deltag Dean's Listg Newman Clubg Home Economics Clubg Outing Club. TllEOD0llE PETER BUDZYNA East Douglas, Mass. Secondary Education Alpha Tau Omegag Key and Serpentg Sigma Delta Psig Sergeant R. O. T. C.5 Football Cl, 2, 313 Base- ball fl, 25, Captain Qljg Track fl, 253 State Javelin Recordg Winner 1935 Hexathlon, Runner-up in 19365 Highest Scorer in Cozen's Test. HELEN IONE llROW'N Brandon, Vt. Home Economics Delta Delta Deltag VV. A. A.g Y. W. C. A.g Home Economics Clubg Glee Clubg Press Club. MABION llUNTlNGTON Bll0W'N ' ' Brandon, Vt. Home Ecouomicx Delta Delta Deltag Press Clubg Home Economics Clubg W. A. A.g Glee Club. 5 7 RENWICK KEESE CALDWEIL Burlington, Vt. Pre-Aledical Sigma Delta, Debating C2, 31, Manager C315 Tau Kappa Alpha, Secretary-Treasurer, Interfraternity Council C313 Corporal C21. DIARCO ll0LERl0 CANO Nlontpelier, Vt. Pre-Medical Alpha Tau Omega, Frosh Basketball, Frosh Base- ball, Class Basketball C2, 31. lIONALD BLODGETT CARPENTER Burlington, Vt. Social Science Kappa Sigma, Varsity Football CZ, 31, Cynic Cl, 2, 31, Editor-in-Chief C313 Editor lVIen's Frosh Hand- book C313 Interfraternity Council C313 Assistant Nlanager Tennis C315 Class Basketball CZ, 31. C KENDALL SEW'ALL CARPENTER ' H W , Groton, Vt. Agriculture . A Cross-country Cl, 21, Aggie Club, Alpha Zeta, Dean's List Cl, 21, R. O. T. C. Band, Outing Club, 1' Hood Scholarship C2, 31. 58 PAULINE CHADIBERLIN Newbury, Vt. Secondary Education Alpha Chi Omegag Basketball Cl, 2, 35. ALIIEIIT MUBIIAY GATE Plainfield, Vt. C i-vii E ngineerivz g Sigma Nug A. S. C. E.g Track Cl, 2, 35g Varsity Cross-country C2, 355 Scrub Manager Baseball C255 Dean's List. RIARIE CATANIA Garfield, N. Social Science News Editor Cytnic C25, Managing Editor C353 Vice- President Press Club C35g VV. A. A.g Newman Club: john Dewey Clubg Y. VV. C. A. I Y at ' Rocco cixssomn Stamford, Conn. Pre-Jllcdical ' Newman Clubg Dean's List Cl, 25. 59 HUSSELL DRAKE CHASE Essex Center, Vt. Secondary Education ll0HOTHl' CUNSTKKNCE CHITTENDEN South Burlington, Vt. Home Economic! Archeryg Home Economics Clubg Archery Cup QZJ. EVELYN MAXINE CHURCHILL Burlington, Vt. Home Ecouomicx Home Economics Club. O AHMAlN'N0 W'ILLlAM CICCAHELLI Bristol, Conn. Pre-Medical Lambda Iotag Track Cl, 255 Baseball 1115 Basket- ball Cljg Corporal CZK. 60 W'lLLIAM MELLICK COLl.lNS Bellows Falls, Vt. Pre-Medical Sigma Alpha Epsilong Interfraternity Council Cal Gold Key C213 Corporal 1233 Frosh Cross-country JANET ELIZABETH COLLINS Colchester, Vt. Secretarial Kappa Alpha Thetag Archery 121g Lilac Day 1215 WT. A. A.g Kake Walk Usher UD. AARIIN C0llEN Burlington, Vt. Agriculture Phi Sigma Zetag Aggie Clubg Assistant Manager Tennis QZJ. CIIAIILUTTE LUELLA CLARK Rutland, Vt. Social Science Delta Delta Deltag Discussion Club C353 Press Clubg O it 9 Y ciiicaisizll :i. Ltc ' VV. A. A.g Y. VV. C. A.g Archeryg Badminton Club. 61 FLIDIKENCE EMILY 000K Shrewsbury, Mass. Literary-Scientijic French Club f2, 31g Deanls List 121g W. A. A.g Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, 31g Health Council C315 Outing Club Cl, 2, 31. O s in FRED GODDAllD 00015105 Brattleboro, Vt. Social Science Kappa Sigmag Tennis fl, 2, 315 Treasurer I. R. C. C315 Faculty-Student Council C213 Managing Editor ARIEL C315 Class President 111g Gold Keyg Key and Serpentg Dean's List f11g Band Cl, 2, 31. RIAIIGAIIET EVELYN COBLISS St. Albans, Vt. Alpha Chi Omegag Choir Cl, 2, 313 Glee Club fl, 2, 315 Opera Chorus fl, 21g Girls' Double Quartette fl, 215 VV. A. A. CZ, 315 John Dewey Club C313 Honor Scholarship. Social Science PIIYLLIS MAIITIIKK CRAIG Peacham, Vt. Home Economic: Alpha. Chi Omegag VV. A. A.g Health Council i215 Outing Clubg Rifle Team fl, 21g Basketball fl, 21g Hockey Q1 2, 313 Baseball fl, 21g Badminton QI, 21g Debating f315 Home Economics Clubg Y. W. C. A.g 9 - ' 'NJ -fi Dean's List. 62 KATHLEEN DIINAIIUE Essex Junction, Vt. Pi Beta Phi, Glee Club Il-Iuric Education KID, Choir CSD, Opera QI, 213 Vice-President Y. W. C. A., Joint Council. DONALD DIQSLEAN DEYVAIIT St. Albans, Vt. Civil Engineerivzg American Society of Civil Engineers, R. O. T. C. Band. ll0BEll'l' FRANCIS DALTON Burlington, Vt. General Science Kappa Sigma, Assistant Director R. O. T. C. Band KZ, 35, President lnterfraternity Council GJ, Assist- ant Manager Baseball Q2jg Amar. Board. JEAN LOUISE CUNNINGHAM Bridgeport, Conn. Electrical E1zgi1zeering Alpha Chi Omegag Basketball Cl, 233 Baseball Cl, Zig Hockey Cl, 2, 31, Varsity Hockey CI, Zjg Varsity Baseball QD, Badminton C255 Y. W. C. A., O ya ' . XV. A. A. Council-at-Large, Outing Club CZ, 31. 63 DIARY DIKAPEB Belmont, hlass. Secretarial Alpha Xi Deltag Press Club C2, 31g Lilac Day Cl, 213 Student Union C315 Pan-Hellenic Council C315 YV. A. A. Cl, 2, 315 Hockey Team C21g Y. W. C. A. C2, 315 Health Council C213 Womenls Editor ARIEL C31. ALICE GRACELYN DREW Randolph, Vt. C larri cal 1 Kappa Deltag French Clubg Y. W. C. A.g Classical Clubg Pan-Hellenic. GE0llGE SIDNEY EDW'AllllS Burlington, Vt. E ronomifs Sigma Delta, Glee Club Cl, 215 Choir C213 Assistant Manager Cross-country C215 Manager Frosh Cross- country. HAZEL NELLIE ENBEIIS Central Bridge, N. Y. Education Alpha Xi Deltag Glee Clubg Badminton Clubg Archery Clubg French Clubg W. A. A.g Health Councilg Dramatic Clubg Press- Clubg Y. 117. C. A. o 9. -. C .V .... 64 DIABITA DIARY FABRELL Rutland, Vt. Education Alpha Chi Omegag Cynic Reporter Cl, 23, News Editor C2, 35, Recording Editor' C315 John Dewey Club5 Newman Clubg W. A. A. WVENDALL EDWIN FAIKNHADI East Georgia, Vt. Social Science W'restling5 Frosh Debatingg Manager Debating CU. W'lLI.AllD BOYCE FARNHAM hlorrisville, Vt. Che1ni.rt1'y Sigma Alpha Epsilon5 Chemistry Clubg Dean's List. N0llDIA FALBY Burlington, Vt. Secondary Education 9 Dramatic Club CZD5 University Players C325 Cynic Reporter Cl, 215 Winnowings Staff CZ, 3,5 French i v F34J'83F?f:-2. . I Club Cl, 2, 3j5 Class Play CZJ5 Fall Play C215 John Dewey Club 4395 Deana List qzp. 65 ,Situ l NAODII ELIZABETH FICKETT Bellows Falls, Vt. Teacher Training LYRACE FLUWEB Hartland Four Corners, Vt. Clasfical Dean's List fljg Classical Club CZ, 3lg Wimwwingf Staff CSD. MURRAY WILBUR F00'l'E Charlotte, Vt. Phi Delta Thetag Chemistry Club. I 5 l Chemi.rtrs.' GEIITRUDE FRAINT Burlington, Vt. Secretarial K. E. L. Societyg John Dewey Club. 66 ll0R0'IllY ELIZABETH GlllSON VVells River, Vt. Secondary Education FREDERICK TRASK GEAR Montpelier, Vt. Ilflechanical E ugineerivzg Delta Psig Gold Keyg Dean's List fl, Zjg Sergeantg Bandg Honor Scholarshipg Scrub Manager Basket- ball 121. ANNA FRANCES GARDNER Springfield, Vt. Education YV. A. A.g Y. YV. C. A.g Outing Clubg Cynic Re- porter QIJ, News Editor 12,5 Dramatic Clubg House Committee KZ, 355 Basketball C2 lg Bowling CZD: Tennis C225 Baseball f2jg Badminton Club. RDBERT JUHN lYll0GREGOB FYFE, JR. Waban, lVIass. Pre-.Medical Sigma Nug Assistant lXfIanager Football CD5 Rifle Teamg Track QZD. O 67 l.AUlu MAY GIDDINGS North Springfield, Vt. Secondary Education Sigma Gamma, Pan-Hellenic Council CZ, 313 Glee Club Cljg I. R. C. C253 Health Council CZD. PAUL AIITIIUR GILMAN Bethel, Vt. .flgricultural Education Alpha Zeta, Cross Country C253 Track CZJ. D0lllS MAE GOLDMAN Burlington, Vt. Secondary Education K. E. L. Society, Press Club CZ, 31, W. A. A., Cyvzic Reporter C113 Class Hockey. L0lS PARKER GUULII Mclndoe Falls, Vt. Home Economic: Y. W. C. A., W. A. A., Home Economics Club, Outing Club, House President C3D. o 'Q ..,2 68 0I.IVE ELAINE Manchester, Vt. f CHRISTIAN Gll0NBECK, JII. East Barnet, Vt. Pre-Ilfledical Sigma Nug Debating fl, 2, 31, Captain C3jg Cynic fl, ZQ, Winnowing: Circulation Nianager f2Jg Gold Key, Tau Kappa Alpha, Interfraternity Coun- cil 131. GIIIFFITII Commercial Teaching Alpha Chi Omegag Dean's List KID. YVILLIADI GRAY GIIIEVE New York, N. Y. Phi Delta Theta, Band, Drum M retary-Treasurer Interfraternity Kingsley Debating Prize CZD. IIUTII LUCILLE GIIEENFIELD St. Albans, Vt. General Science Social Science ajor Cl, Zjg Sec- Council f2jg O ' . . ,gis 69 PEGGY VIRGINIA GURNEY Brookline, Nlass. Literary-Scientijic W. A. A.g Y. W. C. A.g Outing Club. ALLEN STIIICKLAND HALL, Jll. Greensboro, Vt. Mechanical Eugineerivzg Scrub Manager Basketball C215 Vice-President A. S. M. E. C313 Dean's List. W'lNlFI!ED DIARGUEIIITE HARVEY Plainfield, Vt. C larricaf John Dewey Club CZ, 315 Classical Club CZ, 315 VV. A. A.g Glee Club Cl, 2, 315 Opera Chorus C31. MAXINE TOW'NE IIAIIVEY Waterbury, Vt. Secondary Education French Clubg ohn Dewey Clubg Dean's Listg House Committee C213 Honor Scholarshipg W. A. A. O Q s J ji. av 70 THOMAS MICHAEL HERBERT West Rutland, Vt. Civil Engineering Track Cl, Zjg A. S. C. E.g Dean's List. FRANCES ELLEN HENIVESSEY Bellows Falls, Vt. General Science Pi Beta Phig Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, 315 Rock Point Chairman C213 Student Union C2, 31, Second Vice- President. C3jg Dramatic Club Cl, 2, 3J, Treasurer C355 Photographic Editor Aiming Faculty-Student Council C315 House Committee CZ, 3J. EVELYN CLARA HEATH Orleans, Vt. Secondary Education Sigma Gammag Basketballg Baseballg Bowlingg Badminton. C LOLA VENA IIASTINGS ' L . Saxtons River, Vt. Home Ecovzomicr A Sigma Gammag Home Economics Clubg Pan-Hel- lenic Council C3j. 71 BEIITIIA LAURA HEWYITT Bristol, Vt. Home Economic! Home Economics Clubg Scrub Press Clubg Archery. D0ll0TllY llllADFOBll ll0L15lES Plymouth, lN'Iass. C lasxicai Alpha Chi Omegag Health Council C353 Glee Club Q2Jg Winnowingy Staff 12, Sjg Classical Club Cl. 2, 35. DIARJIIIIIE IRENE ll0ll'l'0N Brandon, Vt. Kappa Deltag Y. sion Club. 9 ccfassaa Secondary Education W. C. A. CZ, Sjg W. A. A.g Discus- CIIARLES KNIGIITS ll0UGll'l'0N Brattleboro, Vt. Civil Engineering Sigma Nug Cross-country Cl, 2, 323 Track CZ, 32g Glee Clubg V. C. A.g Outing Clubg A. S. C. E.g Operag Dean's List. 72 DlAllJ0lllE ELIZAIIBTII ll0W'E jamaica, N. Y. General Science Alpha Chi Omegag Basketballg Dramatic Clubg Glee Clubg President Health Council C215 Class Secre- tary fljg Faculty-Student Council 132. DELEVAN HERBERT IIDYVE Adams, Mass. C hemixtry Phi Delta Thetag Varsity Football CZ, 31. GOBll0N WILBUR ll0WAllD Montpelier, Vt. Social Science Sigma Nug Varsity Football Cl, 2, fl, 315 R. O. T. C. Sergeant CZJ. 355 Basketball EARL ll0CKWEl.l. ll01VAllll O Rockville, Conn. Civil Engineerioz ager Track Cajg Secretary-Treasurer A. S. C. E.g Dean's List CZJ. S' Y ' Assistant Manager Basketball C253 Assistant Nlan- .E ...w i 73 PAULINE ELIZABETII IIUNT Burlington. Vt. Q Literary-Scierztilfic Alpha Chi Omega, VV. A. A. fl, 2, 35, John Dewey Club.3, Classical Club Q2, 35, Health Council 135, Southwick Social Committee K35, Badminton Club Cl, 2, 35, Honor Scholarship. IIELEN PHILLIPS llUNTINGTON Rochester, Vt. Social Science Pi Beta Phi, VV. A. A., Dramatic Club, Hockey CI5, Y. W. C. A., John Dewey Club CZ, 35, Outing Club. JENNIE DIAY IIUTCIIINS Burlington, Vt. Home Economics Home Economics Club, Dean's List Cl, 2, 35. O ' . SILAS lIADlll.'l'0N JEWETT Middlebury, Vt. Agriculture Baseball 115, Alpha Zeta, Aggie Club, Baseball e-a' C255 Basketball. C25. -74 VINCENT CHARLES JIYSKIEWICZ Northampton, Nlass. Electrical Engivzeerivzg Phi Delta Thetag Football C2, 3jg Baseball CZJQ Basketball C2, 313 Cyenic C213 Dean's Listg Aviation Club. V ll0W'ARD LO0MlS J0lINSON Rutland, V t. Social Scienre John Dewey Club. IIUYVAIIII ll0llEll'l' IIEATII J0llNSON Essex Junction, Vt. Pre-Medical Tennis Cljg Boxing C155 Debating Cllg Class Treas- urer Cljg John Dewey Clubg Dean's List. . 1 O PAUL HERBERT .l0lm0N St. Johnsbury, Vt. Ecmzomicf Lambda Iota. 75 DIARY GRETCIIEN KEELAN Montgomery, Vt. Home Economic: Pi Beta Phig Home Economics Club 11, 2, 313 New- man Club 1l, 2, 315 john Dewey Club 12, 31, Class Hockey'1l1g Press Club 131. IIASTINGS KEITH Brockton, Mass. Social Science Sigma Phi, Advertising Nlanager Cynic 121, Busi- ness Nlanager 12, 31g,Business Manager Alum., Cross-country 111, Gold Keyg Key and Serpent. IKATIIRYN MARY KELLETT YVaterbury, Vt. Elementary Education John Dewey Clubg Education Clubg French Club, Dean's List 11, 315 I. R. C. REBECCA FARNIIADI KIRBY Randolph Center, Vt. Education 4 0 Y ' Glee Club 111, Dramatic Club 111, Kake Walk Queen 1215 ARIEL Beauty Contest 12, 31. 76 ll0BEll'l' Tll0RNTON KINNEY' Hardwick, Vt. General Science Phi Mu Delta Cl, Zi. KATIIIIYN RIABIE KING Shreveport, La. Secretarial Kappa Alpha Thetag Kake Walk Queen Nominee. ELINCIB ELIZAIIETII KIDIBALL North Ferrisburg, Vt. Elementary Education Archery. O Y A ' KENNETH DIARTIN Knm Northfield, Vt. Civil Engineering Delta Psig A. S. C. E.g Dean's List fl, 2, 35. : ': ' 77 CONS'l'ANCE LUCY KNIGHT Putney, Vt. Classical Classical Club 12, 313 Dean's Listg john Dewey Clubg Kirby Flower Smith Latin Fellow 131g House Committee 132g Howard Greek Prize flj. DIARTIN HOWE LADlSON Hudson, Mass. Agriculture Cross-country U, 2, 3jg Track Cl, 2, 3Jg Aggie Club. JANET GABRIELLE LANUU Burlington, Vt. Literary-Scieutifc Alpha Chi Omegag Classical Clubg French Clubg john Dewey Club. 0 Greensboro, Vt. - Agriculture Scrub Manager Basketball C213 Aggie Club. 78 HELEN DIARY WTLLIADI LYON LEE St. Petersburg, Fla. Civil Enghzeerzng Delta Psig Dean's Listg Basketball C353 h4en's Edu tor ARIELQ A. S. C. E. LEARY Burlington, Vt. Literary-Scientific Alpha Xi Deltag Class Vice-President C153 John Dewey Club C355 Newman Clubg Tennis C153 Win- ner Anim. Beauty Contest C253 Lilac Day C155 Press Club C35. HERBERT NATHAN' LAZAIKUS .Middlebury, Vt. Phi Sigma Zetag Interfraternity , Footballg Tennis CI5. KENNETH ALBERT LAPLANT VVest Burke, Vt. Electrical Engineering Sigma N115 Track Cl, 255 Sergeant C253 Gold Keyg Class Treasurer C2, 35. Pre-xlledical Basketball and 79 ii. it 1 swf V 2 - , M gsas, DIURIEI. MARY LINNEHAN Burlington, Vt. Elementary Education Newman Club. ll0W'AllD LITSKY Burlington, Vt. Secondary Education Phi' Sigma Zetag Football QI, 2, 353 Basketball fl, 2, 355 Gold Kev. PEIISCILLA ALICIA LOCKE Canaan, Vt. Home Economics Y. YV. C. A.g VV. A. A.g Home Economics Clubg Outing Club. O Q ...,. ..., ' nuns LYDIAN, Jn. Evanston, Ill. Jwechanical Engineering - sigma Phig A. s. M. E. 80 FRANCES ETHEL MACKIE Hardwick, V t. Secondary Education W. A. A.g Press Club. A FREDERICK POWEllS MclNTl'llE Brandon, Vt. General Science Cross-country fl, 255 Track Cl, Zlg Glee Club CZD. JEANETTE BILLINGS McFARLAND lvlorrisville, Vt. Home E couomics Kappa Alpha Thetag Dramatic Clubg Home Eco- nomics Club. O MARY MOCORMlCK Pittsford, Vt. Secretarial Alpha Xi Deltag Dean's Listg Newman Clubg VV. A. A. Council-at-Large C213 John Dewey Club Q . C . 81 El.0lSE WWLIIELDIINE DIcLEOD Barre, Vt. Secretarial Kappa Alpha Thetag W. A. A.g Dean's Listg Honor Scholarshipg Outing Club fl, 2, 35. 0 'SU BITA ALYCE DIAIIIINEY Burlington, Vt. Secretarial Alpha Xi Deltag John Dewey Clubg Newman Club. PIIYLLIS AVERI' RIANN Littleton, N. H. Literary-Scientific Pi Beta Phig VV. A. A.g Press Clubg Dramatic Clubg University Playersg Health Council Gig Assistant Accompanist Girls' Glee Club C115 House President. IIEIIIIEIIT FRANCIS RIAIITEL P ' 1 t Derby, Vt. Secondary Education 82 Fl.0llA LUCILLE MAXHARI Malone, N. Y. Educatzon RUTH CATHERINE MAUHICE Burlington, Vt. Social Science Delta Delta Delta, John Dewey Clubg Dean's List , C215 Fall Play C215 University Players. HUNITA ETHEL MATTHEH'S Rutland, Vt. General Science Kappa Alpha Theta, John Dewey Club C2, 313 Vice-President Student Union C313 Class Basketball Cl1g WV. A. A. Council-at-Large C21, Treasurer C315 Class Hockey Cl, 215 Honorary Hockey Cl, 21, Class Baseball Cl, 213 Campus Manager Hockey C215 Lilac Day Cl, 21g Y. W. C. A. Secretary C21g Class Play C215 Pan-Hellenic C315 Dramatic Club CZ, 315 House Committee Cl, 2, 315 Health Council C11. ELIZABETH DIAIITIN . Montpelier, Vt. Elementary Education , , Honors at Keene Normalg W. A. A. Cl, 2, 313 Dra- matic Club 11, 2,313 Chapel choir- Cl, 2, 313 Tennis Tournament Winner C11. 83 DIAXINE Evvllf. DIAIYIIADI Nlalone, N. Y. Secondary Education W. A. A. Cl, 2, 31g Orchestra Qljg Badminton Club CZ, 313 john Dewey Club f3Jg French Club. .QLLEN GRANT DIAYVILLE R-Iilton, Vt. Pre-IW ed ical Lambda Iota. llUDOLl'll JIISEPII DIAZELLI Vlfillnington, Vt. Secondary Education O Amnnlrr lmNs0N MESEIKVEH' Nliddlesex, V t. C hemiytry Chemistry Club 41, 2, 355 Rifle Team 41, 2, sy. 84 ESTIIEIK LUCY M00llE LYLE J0lIN lVl0NTl Barre, Vt. DIAlll0N ELIZAIIETII DIILLS Florence, Mass. Weston, Vt. Elementary Education Pre-Ill ed ical C laxfical Alpha Xi Deltag Press Clubg W'. A. A.g Health Council. ERNEST LEE DIILLS Burlington, Vt. Pre-Zlledical Kappa Sigmag Band ll, 21. O V rttl 85 IIAZEI. TIIELDIA Dl0lIIlIS Poultney, Vt. Education Alpha Xi Delta. DEANE FREDIONT DIQISIIEII Newport, Vt. Pre-Ill ed ical Baseball Qljg Choir fl, 253 Gold Keyg Dean's List EMMA ELIZABETH NEEDIIAM Cl, 2, 37- Orwell, Vt. O Elementary Education IKATIIIIYN' VIIIGIIVIA NEW'CODlll Waitsiield, Vt. Commercial Teaching Alpha Chi Omegag W. A. A.g Press Club. 86 JAMES PATRICK IPNEIL Burlington, Vt. Pre-Medical Alpha Tau Omegag Gold Keyg Football Cl, 2, 315 Basketball C115 Fraternity Baseball and Basketball Cl, 2, 31. BEVERLY BEITII NUTE Barre, Vt. Claxrical VV. A. A.5 Classical Club C2, 315 Glee Club Cl, 315 Press Club C315 Dean's List Cl, 2, 315 Honor Schol- arship. PIIISCILLA JUNE NEWTON Burlington, Vt. Secondary Education Kappa Alpha Thetag University Players5 Alum. Boardg Class Secretary C315 Dramatic Club C115 Fall Play C2, 315 Junior Week Play C215 Kake VValk Queen C315 Dean's List C2, 315 Lilac Day C115 Kake 1Valk Usher C21. ' MELVIN BERTRADI NEW'MAN Bridgeport, Conn: Social Science Tau Epsilon Phi5 Junior VVeek Play Cl, 215 Cynic Reporter C115 Stage Manager Fall Play C215 Fac- ulty-Student Council C215 Cheerleader Cl, 2, 315 Basketball C115 Corporal C215 I. R. C. C115 Univer- sity Players Cl, 2, 31. 87 A L ssss DIAUIIYN DOANE 0SGO0D 1 lvilder, Vt. Literary-Scientific Classical Club CZ, Sjg John, Dewey Clubg VV. A. A. Council-at-Large QZ, 35g Dearfs List fl, ZH. I.EONEL PAUL NELSON PACQUETTE Craftsbury, Vt. Alpha Zetag Aggie Club. Agriculture ll0BER'l' GRAHAM PATEIISIIN East Craftsbury, Vt. General Science Intramural Sports. ETHEL IIABIKIET PEARL lx 12 L Soclety O bwanton, Vt. Elementary Educatlon 88 l MERRILL ERNEST PERLEY ' Enosburg Falls, Vt. Agriculture Glee Club Cl1g Choir Cl, 2, 315 Aggie Club Cl 2 31 RIITII CHRISTINE PERKINS Northfield, Vt. General Science Pi Beta- Phi, W. A. A. IRDIA DIARGUERITE PERKINS Lyndonville, Vt. Literary-Scientific Alpha Chi Omega, Choir Cl, 2, 31, Glee Club Cl, 2, 315 John Dewey Clubg Orchestra C113 W. A. A., Rifle Team C213 House President C315 Class Secretary C215 Dean's List. CIIARI.0'l"l'E ELIZAIIETII PERKINS Bridgewater Corners, Vt. Literary-Scientific Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, 31, Treasurer C313 Health Coun- cil CZ, 31, Chairman C31, House Committee CZ, 315 House President C31g Classical Club C2, 31g Dean's 0 Nl Listg W. A. A. Cl, 2, 31. 89 AVIS IIAIIIIIET PIKE Irasburg, Vt. Home E conomicf W. A. A.g Secretary Home Economics Clubg Secre- tary House Committeeg 4-H College Girls' Club. WINSTON RUSSELL PILLSBUIIY Barre, Vt. Literary-Scientific ALICE JANE PRATT North Clarendon, Vt, Home Economic: Delta Delta Deltag VV. A. A.g Y. W. C. A.g Home Economics Club 5 Press Club. HENRY LEWIS PRATT Rutland, Vt. Pre-Jlledicai . Phi Delta Thetag Football Qljg Basketball Qljg 'Q Track Cl, 253 Kake NValk Winner 4153 Corporal 423, President Gold Key 429. Football 42, 355 Class President CD3 Treasurer Key and Serpent f3lg Class Marshal 425, Class Basketball 423. 90 J0llN W'lLLOUGlIllY IIDBINSUN Bellows Falls, Vt. Social Science Lambda Iotag Bandg Gold Keyg Debating C115 Assistant Manager Track C21g Interfraternity Coun- cil C315 Axim. Boardg Dean's List Cl, 215 Honor Scholarshipg Debating Scholarship. DAVID llABOLD RIPPER Burlington, Vt. Secondary Education Sigma Phig Football C113 Cross-country Cl, 2, 31g Track C115 Vice-President Gold Keyg ARIEL Boardg Deanis List Cl, 215 Corporal C21g Advanced Mili- tary C315 University Players C2, 31. PAUL CHARLES RAND Burlington, Vt. Tennis Cl, 2, 31. General Science O Q , ,... ' nonorln' LEN0lIE QUABE Gardner, Mass. Home E conmmcs Pi Beta Phi. 91 SEYDIQIUII HILL ll0lllNSON Bridgewater, Vt. Electrical Engineering Sigma Nu, Cross-country C153 Baseball Cl, 25, Interfraternity Basketball and Baseball. MILDBED JANET ll0CKYY'00ll Bennington, Vt. Secondary Education Kappa Alpha Theta, French Club Cl, 2, 35, Presi- dent C35g Press Club Cl, 2, 35, Cynic Cl, 2, 35, Exchange Editor C355 University Players CZ, 353 Junior lVeek Play Cl, 25, Fall Play C353 VV. A. A. Council, House Fellowship, Dean's List Cl, 2, 35, Archery Team, ARIEL Board, Dramatic Club, lf. V. M. Insignia. MAIIY' KATHERINE RO0NE1' St. Albans, Vt. Secretarial Alpha Xi Delta, John Dewey Club C2, 355 Newman Club Cl, 2, 35, Class Vice-President C355 W. A. A. Cl, 253 Lilac Day Cl, 253 Press Club C35. GABRIEL llARll0N ROSANEl.Ll Brooklyn, N. Y. Pre-Zlledical Lambda Iota, Cross-country C153 W'restling hfledals Cl, 253 Track Cl, 25. O 'Q , . :E?ir i?if. 92 TIIERESA EMILY ll0W'LEY Milton, Vt. Home Economicy Hockey fl, 2, 315 Basketball Cl, 215 Bowling C1,21g Baseball 121g Newman Club fl, 21g Health Coun- cil C11g Dean's List Cl, 213 Numerals and U. V. NI. Emblemg Home Economics Club fl, 2, 31. DIAUIIICE El5lEll.SON Il0lVE Barnet, Vt. Pre-Medical Band fl, 21. GBETTA LEONA ll0WE Barnet, Vt. Secondary Education Glee Club 12,315 Choir QZ, 313 Cynic Reporter C213 Dean's List C21. HENRY EBWABD R055 Lyndonville, Vt. Agriculture Sigma Deltag Honor Scholarshipg Hood Scholar- shipg Gold Keyg Corporal C213 Advanced Military C315 Aggie Clubg Kappa Phi Kappa. O 93 LEQINAIKD ALBERT SCIIINE Bridgeport, Conn. General Science Assistant Nlanager Football C31g Vice-President In- dependents C21g john Dewey Club. LEO SCHNELLER Woodside, L. I., N. Y. Pre-Medical Outing Club. . EDWARD GABRIEL SEIILIS Boston, lN'Iass. Social Science Tau Epsilon Phig Cynic C115 Football C115 Junior Week Play C215 University Players C2, 313 Corporal C215 Sergeant C213 Art Editor Cynic C315 Assistant Manager Tennis C315 I. R. C. C11. FL0llA ISABEL SELLECIK Sudbury, Vt. !Home Economic: Delta Delta Deltag W. A. A.5 Home Economics Clubg Press Clubg Cynicg 4-H College Girls, Clubg Dean's List. 94 l D0ll0TllY SPELMAN Berwyn, Ill. Commerce and Economic: Outing Club. ALBERT CLARK SPAULDING Burlington, Vt. Commerce and Economics Sigma Phig Football CD3 Sophomore Hop Commit- tee C2Jg Assistant Manager Football C353 Corporal QZJ5 Interfraternity Council Cijg Assistant Director Kake Walk 131. IIAYMDND MULI.Ell SNIIW Nlontpelier, Vt. Mechanical Engineering Sigma Nug Assistant Manager Cross-country C3jg A. S. M. E. CZ, 35. South Strafford, Vt. H C hemi,ft1'y ii l ' . ,qf- :.. '- 95 RUTH ADA SPO0NER Burlington, Vt. Secondary Education Badminton Club, Archery Club. ROSl?-TTA ELIZABETH SQUIRES Brattleboro, Vt. Home Economic: F encingg Home Economics Club. HARRIS W'ERTllEIDI STARL St. Johnsbury, Vt. Social Science CATIIERINE ANDIIEYVS STARBIRD Q i Burlington, Vt. Special x W5 55 Bluestockings, Poetry Editor Winnowingf UD, Tri- State Literary Prizes fl, ZJ. 0 ' - ff: . 96 ll0LANll BENJADIIN STEELE Groton, Vt. Agriculture Cross-country Cl, Zig Band Cl, 25g Outing Club. JOYCE HALL STEARNS Johnson, Vt. Social Science Pi Beta Phig Press Club. HELEN ELIZABETH START Bakerstield, Vt. Home Economic: Pi Beta Phig Glee Club 1115 Home Economics Clubg Press Club. . Burlington, Vt. Secretarial z ':l'l I H 97 ll0NAl.D l'0UNG STILES Barton, Vt. Agriculture Phi Blu Delta. BARTLETT IIENTII' STONE VVl1ite River Junction, Vt. Pre-.Medical Phi Delta Thetag Corporal C255 Dean's List. CAll0l. EVELYN S'l'0NE Richford, Vt. Secondary Education Delta Delta Deltag John Dewey Clubg Dramatic Clubg 4-H College Girls' Club. fx? ETIIEL S'l'll0ll K. E. L. Society. . ' ...t.,, ,, ' . West Hartford, Conn. Commercial Teaching 98 RUSSELL 0SCA'll SUNDEIKLAND Georgia, Vt. Agriculture Football Cl, 2, 35, Captain CID, Captain-elect faj Baseball Cl, 2, 31g Gold Keyg Key and Serpent Faculty-Student Council 133. J0llN HENRY SUI'l'0ll South Deerlield, Nlass. Social Science Phi Delta Thetag Gold Keyg President Key and Serpentg Kake Walk Winner C113 Track fl, 2, 35, Captain fljg Dean's Listg John Dewey Clubg Sigma Delta Psig Sophomore Hop Committeeg Winter Sports Chairman Outing Club 121. FLIDIKENCE MAY STUFFLEIIEADI Bakersfield, Vt. Home Eronomicx Basketballg Hockey. Q CARRIE LOUlSE STUFFLEIIEAIWI Bakersfield, vt, Secretarial Rifle Teamg John Dewey Club. 99 'ot if is BAIUBABA ANN SUSSD0llFF Burlington, V t. Literary-Scientific Kappa Alpha Thetag ARIEL C2, 31, Editor-in-Chief C313 Cynic Reporter C11, News Editor C21, Feature Editor C315 Deanys List Cl, 2, 315 Class Vice-Presi- dent C21g Bluestockings C2, 315 Classical Club C2, 315 Dramatic Club Cl, 21, Treasurer C215 Uni- versity Players C2, 31g ARIEL Beauty Contest C2, 313 Sophomore Hop Committee C21 g Health Council C113 Class Play C115 Y. VV. C. A. C215 Outing Club Cl, 21, Secretary C21, Publicity Chairman C21g Cheerleader Cl, 215 John Dewey Club CZ, 31. W'AI.'l'lNA AGNES SZYDIAN Claremont, N. H. Social Science Pi Beta Phig I. R. C.3 W. A. A., Press Clubg Hockey. 15IOSliS LEON TIIIIIAULT VVaterbury, Vt. .Civil Elngivzeeriug . A. S. C. Eg Advanced hflilitary C315 Dean's List. LUCIA Tll0BlNG'l'0N Northfield, Vt. Secondary Education 100 W'lLLlAM CUYLER V.-KN DYCK Rockville Center, L. I., N. Y. Electrical Engineering Delta Psi, Basketball Cl, 2, 3J, Baseball CU, Gold Key, Key and Serpent, Class President 121, Gold Key President CZJ, Dean's List ll, 2, 32, Sports Editor ARIEL. KATIIEBINE L0llD TUPPEII Burlington, Vt. Social Science Kappa Alpha Theta, Cynic fl, 21, News Editor 121, Advertising Manager Winnowingx GD, Class Play CZJ, French Club fl, 2, 3D. JOE ll0BEll'l' TOZl?.ll Burlington, Vt. Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E., A. R. R. L. l HELEN ANNA T0lVLE ' ' St. Johnsbury, Vt. Commercial Teaching Badminton, Tennis, VV. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Fire Captain 439. 101 YVALTEII llAll0LD VAN YVYCIC Wilmington, Vt. Secondary Education Sigma Deltag Cynic fljg Assistant Nlanager Rifle Teamg Gold Key. AGNES D0ll0'l'lll' YVALICEII Cabot, Vt. Social Science john Dewey Clubg I. R. C.g Fire Captain GJ. STODllAlfD ll0Y W'AllllElY West Barnet, V t. Commerce and Economicx Alpha Tau Omegag Basketball fl, 31. . . C J BARBARA ANN WELLS gg Burlington, V t. Home Economic: i e f ?f? A Delta Delta Delta 3 Home Economics Club. 102 RQIGER DAVIS 1vllITC0lYlB Springfield, Vt. Agriculture Sigma Nug Football fl, Z, 3,5 Choir fl, 21g Dean's Listg Alpha Zetag Vice-President Aggie Club C3Jg Corporal C213 'Wrestling Champion, 175-pound Class 12,13 Hood Scholarship. MADALINE BUTII 1VllEELOCK Barre, Vt. Alpha Xi Deltag Home Ecovzomicx Chemistry Club Cljg Home Eco- nomics Club CZ, 315 W. A. A. Council-at-Large C2jg W. A. A. fl, 2, 3 jg Glee Club fllg Press Club. YVILLIADI ALFRED WTIEELEII, JR. Burlington, Vt. Mechanical Engivzeeriug A. S. NI. E.5 Advanced hflilitapy GD. GENEVIEVE VIC'l'0lllA W'ESOI.01VSlCA Shirley, Mass. Pre-Zlledical ' Q 103 IIELEN' Blain WVIIITE Northfield, Vt. Clanicaz' Alpha Chi Omega, VV. A. A. C2Dg Badminton CZQ, Classical Club C2, 35. RUTH MARIE WHITE East Ryegate, Vt. Home Economic: Alpha Chi Omega, Dean's List, Cynic Cl, 2, 32, Reporter CID, News Editor CZD, VVomen's Editor C313 Press Club Cl, 2, 35, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., VV. A. A., ARIEL Board C3b. GEOFFllEY PAUL WVIEDEDIAN Saint Raphael, France Pre-Medical Delta Psig Tennis Cllg Dean's List, VVinning Drill Squad CZIQ Track C255 Corporal CZD. C ' . ALFRED JOSEPll WIMETT, JR. Pittsford, Vt. Literary-Scieutijic Kappa Sigma, Football CID, Baseball Cl, 21, Bas ketball CZD, Newiman Club, Gold Key. 104 GE0llGE BARNES W'0llTllEN lX'Iontpelier, Vt. Electrical Engl-nearing Dean's Listg Bandg A. I. E. E. JACK WO0L Burlington, Vt. Pre-Jlledical Tau Epsilon Phig Basketball C153 Gold Keyg Cynic News Editor C25g Corporal C255 Sophomore Hop Committee C25g Scabbard and Blade Cup Vllinner C255 Faculty-Student Council C255 ARIEL Board C355 Cheerleader Cl, 2, 35. IVIELVILLE 1VOI.INSKY Vlfest Rutland, Vt. Social Science Football C35. O ISADQIIIE IIIVING WVIILFE ' Burlington, Vt. Social Science Tau Epsilon Phig Baseball Cl5g I. R. C.5 Class Bas- C -it ketball. 105 DlAlll0N FRANCES YERKS Nlanchester, Conn. Education Kappa Alpha Thetag Dramatic Club fl, 2, 353 Hockey fl, 2, 35, Captain C153 Baseballg W. A. A. Council-at-Largeg Health Council 1153 Y. W. C. A.g Archery Club. SYLVIA HILDA ZABABSKY St. Johnsbury, Vt. Secondary Education K. E. L. Societyg John Dewey Club KZ, 355 Dean's List 41, 2, 33. 5 p EvELl'N CHRISTINA FABRELL Shelburne, Vt. Literary-Scientific Newman Clubg Press Clubg Cynic C155 Bluestock- ings. Q Q 106 RICHARD WALKER AMIDON Monroe, N. H. Pre-Ilffedical Delta Psig Football Qljg Baseball 121. DONALD MIDDLESEX BAILEY New York, N. Y. Pre-Zlledical Phi Delta Thetag Basketball CSD. At VVesleyan: Class President C115 Varsity Football, Basketball and Track. ALVAH LEONOR BARTLETT Underhill Center, Vt. Agriculture CLARENCE SAMUEL BELLOWS Chester Depot, Vt. Agriculture Phi Mu Deltag Aggie Club fl, ZH. CARLTON SYLVESTER BOSTWICK Hiuesburg, Vt. Agriculture Aggie Club Cl, ZD. LAWRENCE HOWARD DESHAW Burlington, Vt. Economics Phi Delta Theta. SIDNEY GREVIOR hffanchester, N. H. Pre-Jlffediral Tau Epsilon Phi. 107 LILLIAN L. JACOBS Burlington, Vt. Elementary Education JOHANNAH MERCEDES IYIAHONEY Burlington, Vt. Pre-llledical LEON YVILLIANI NIERO Wiinooski. Vt. Education BARBARA HUNTINGTON ORDNVAY Auburndale, lX'Iass. Social Science Kappa Alpha Thetag I. R. C. KZ, 31. VVENDALL ARTHUR SMITH Lancaster, N. H. General Science JAMES HOVVELL STARBUCK Burlington, Vt. Commerce and Economic: Kappa Sigmag Tennis fl, 2, 35g Cross-country CZD. MAURICE TRAUNSTEIN, JR. Brighton, Nlass. P1'e-Illedical Tau Epsilon Phig Band Cl, ZH. MORTON WHEELER Plymouth, N. H. Pre-Illedical Sigma Nu. 108 J UNIUR WEEK CIIMMITTEE Chairmmz ......................... ................ A LBERT C. SPAULDING Fi1za1zciaZ.Ma1zager .......................................................,............................... JOHN H. SUITOR PROM COMMITTEE Barbara Sussdorff Q VVilliam Grieve PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Priscilla Newton VVilliam Collins Nlarita Farrell Jack VVool DECORATION COMMITTEE Frances Hennessey Robert Fyfe Eloise McLeod Elias Lyman Ivilliam Lee REFRESHMENT COMMITTEE Helen Huntington Nladaline IVheelock - PEERADE COMMITTEE lX'Iarguerite Perkins David Ripper FLOOR COINIMITTEE Jack Robinson James O'Neil Herbert Nlartel PROGRAINI AND FAVOR COIVIIVIITTEE Katherine Rooney Fred Coombs ,USHERING COMMITTEE Kathleen Donahue Allan QMayville Gordon Howard Leonard Schine ELECTRICAL COMMITTEE Vincent Juskiewicz ASSISTANT FINANCIAL IVIANAGER James Haugh 109 CLASS President- HA ROLD H. HI TNT Vice-President- SHIRLEY R. BARAW Faculty-Student Council BARBARA A. HOWD BARBARA M. REDDING 0F 1937 Treasu rer- KENNETH P. LORD Secretary- HELEN C. TAYLOR Faculty-Student Council- Agriculture- HARRY A. MACMILLAN Engineering- DAYTON S. EDDY Arts and Sciences- LEONARD J. BINGHAM SENIIDR WEEK COMMITTEE Chair-man .......... .... .... . ...... Y I 'TILLIAINI L. JENKS Financial Ilia-naqer ............. DONALD S. PARKER CLASS DAY COMMITTEE Bernard Cashman, Chairman lX'Iarian Baxendale Dayton Eddy Newell Briggs Elizabeth Gallup CLASS WALK COMMITTEE Carl Langer, Chairman Ruth Quinn Helen Taylor PROGRAM COMMITTEE Glen lX'IcPhee, Chairman Frank lX"Iudgett I joe Katagiri PROM COMMITTEE Kenneth Lord, Chairman Katherine Babbitt Glyn Jones Pauline Bristol Martha hIcGillicuddy CLASS OUTING COMMITTEE Jonathan VVebster, C hairman Alfred Tomassetti Gwynneth Jones BANNER, PIPE, CANE, AND IVY COMMITTEE Douglas Dopp, Chairman Jane Bullard Everett Rice Barbara Redding Donald Tetzlaff CLASS MARSHAL Robert Lawton f 112 SENl0ll ll0N0llS SEMIRA ABASCAL Clarrical Northfield, Vt. French Club C3, 455 Jolm Dewey Club C355 Newman Club C355 Dean's List C3, 45. LURA GERTRUDE ALLEN Literary-Scientific South Hero, Vt. Kappa Delta5 Hockey Team5 Health Council5 Pan-Hellenic Council C355 YV. A. A.5 Y. VV. C. A.5 Fire Captain C355 House President C45. CARL VVILLIAM ANDERSON Clafrical Petersham, A-Iass. Independents5 Le Cercle Francais Cl, 2, 355 John Dewey Club C2, 3, 455 Press Club C455 Glee Club Cl, 2, 3, 45. KATHERINE MAIDA BABBITT Clasxical Petersham, Mass. Kappa Alpha Theta5 News Editor Cy-nic Cl, 2, 35, Reporter and hiianaging Editor C455 Social Service Chairman Y. VV. C. A. C255 Treasurer Y. VV. C. A. C355 Publicity hflanager Social Service Club Y. VV. C. A. C455 Feature Editor Alum. C355 Bluestockings C2, 3, 455 Classical Club C2, 35, Vice-President C355 Dean's List Cl, 2, 3, 455 Dramatic Club Cl, 2, 3, 455 Double Quartet C255 Glee Club Cl, 2, 3, 455 Philagon Debating Club C155 House Fellow CCampus House5 C3, 45, House President C355 Advertising Manager Wi7L?lO?L'i7I,gJ C25, Assistant Business lX"Ianager C35, Business Manager C455 Treasurer IVIortar Board C45. YVALLACE JAMES BAKER Pre-Illedical Plattsburg, N. Y. Tennis C155 Tennis Fall Tournament C455 John Dewey Club C45. SHIRLEY RUTH BARAVV Clarfical A Lyndonville, Vt. Alpha Chi Omega5 VV. A. A.5 Classical Club5 Glee Club Accompanist Cl, 2, 3, 455 Deanis List C1, 2, 455 President Classical Club C455 Vice-President Senior Class C455 lN'Iortar Board C45. JOHN JOSEPH BARSALOVV Commerce and Economics Fair Haven, Vt. Sigma Nug Kake Walk Committee C455 Kakei NValk King C45. MARION LUELLA BARTLETT Home Ecoizomicx Bradford, hflass. Kappa Alpha Theta5 Secretary Sophomore Classg Vice-President Junior Class5 Press Club Cl, 2, 3, 455 Debating C155 Co-ed Major C35. NEIL RILEY BARTLETT Secondary Education Underhill, Vt. Independents5 John Dewey Club C2, 3, 45, Treasurer C355 Glee Club C3, 455 French Club5 Dean's List C3, 45. MARIAN VVINONA BAXENDALE Secretarial Burlington, Vt. Kappa Alpha Theta5 VV. A. A. C2, 3, 455 Class Numerals C155 Press Club C45. NIARGUERITE ROZETTE BEAN Secondary Education Glover, Vt. Pi Beta Phi5 Dramatic Club Cl, 2, 3, 45, President C45, Property Nlanager C35, Publicity Nlanager C255 Vice-President Y. YV. C. A. C355 Personal Director Y. VV. C. A. C255 House Committee Cl, 2, 355 John Dewey Club C2, 3, 455 Class Plays Cl, 255 Joint Conference Committee C355 Health Coun- cil C155 Dean's List Cl, 455 lVIortar Board C455 President Y. VV. C. A. C455 Pan-Hellenic Council C45. JACK THOIVIAS BEDELL Commerce and Economic: Flushing, N. Y. Sigma N115 Freshman Football5 Varsity Football C2, 3, 455 Varsity Baseball CZ, 355 Kake VValk Committee C45. STEPHEN PATERSON BELCHER, JR. Social Science Nlaplewood, N. Phi Delta Theta5 College Operag Fall and Spring Plays5 Group .Plays5 Glee Club5 Choir5 President University Players C3, 455 ARIEL Staff C355 John Dewey Club C455 Kake VValk Committee C45. MARTIN BERGER Pre-Ilffedical - Burlington, Vt. Independents. 113 LEONARD JEFFORDS BINGHANI General Science Enosburg Falls, Vt. Independents, Glee Club C2, 3, 45, Operetta C25, Freshman Cross-country, Freshman Track, Deanis List C45, Sports News Editor Cyrnic C45, Faculty- Student Council Member C45, President of Independents C45. EDWIN AVERY BREXVER Social Science Shrewsbury, Mass. Phi Delta Theta, ARIEL Staff, Publicity Chairman Kake VValk C45, john Dewey Club C3, 45. MARION LUELLA BRIGGS ' Secondary Education Newport Center, Vt. Alpha Xi Delta, W. A. A. Cl, 2, 3, 45, Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, 3, 45, John Dewey Club C2, 3, 45, Le Cercle Francais C2, 3, 45, Dean's List Cl, 2, 3, 45. NEWELL ALTON BRIGGS Commerce and Economics Burlington, Vt. Kappa Sigma, IXRIEL Staff, Sergeant C25. ELLEN LOUISE BRIGHAM Ho-me Ecorzomicy Burlington, Vt. Independents, NV. A. A., Home Economics Club Cl, 2, 35, Newman Club Cl, 25, Baseball Cl, 25. PAELINE LOUISE BRISTOL Home Economics Burlington, Vt. Kappa Alpha Theta, Glee Club C15, ARIEL Board, Dramatic Club CI, 2, 3, 45, Class Play Cl, 25, Dean's List C25, Kake XValk C25, Opera CI5, Omicron Nu C3, 45. JANE BULLARD Literary Scientijc Burlington, Vt. At Nlount Holyoke: Glee Club, Choir Cl, 25. At University of Vermont: President Glee Club C45, Dean's List C3, 45. DOROTHY ELLEN BURROVVS Secondary Education Charlotte, Vt. XV. A. A., Y. VV. C. A., Archery Team C25. WILLIAM MEADE BURROVVS Commerce and E conomicf Exeter. N. H. Sigma Phi, Treasurer Outing Club C35, Chairman C45, hlanager 'of Ski Team C45, Intramural Sports hflanager, Business Manager Freshman Hand- book C25, Corporal C25, Assistant Manager Cynic. LENA NIAY BUSSEY Secondary Education Bellows Falls, Vt. Kappa Delta, Glee Club CI5, Bluestockings C3, 45, Win-nowi-ng.v,' Opera C15, Baseball C25, Cynic Reporter CI5, House Committee, VV. A. A. CZ, 3, 45, Y. W. C. A. C3, 45. CLARENCE HERBERT CALDVVELL Electrical Engineerirzg 5Vest Barnet, Vt. Sigma Delta, Gold Key, Corporal C25, Dean's List Cl, 25. HERBERT JACKSON CANNON Agriculture Burlington, Vt. Tau Epsilon Phi, Alpha Zeta, Track C15, Varsity Football C2, 3, 45, Varsity Basketball C2, 3, 45, Basketball CI5, Deau's List Cl, 25. BERNARD DONALD CASHIVIAN Civil Engivzeerifig Burlington, Vt. Phi Alu Delta, Newman Club Cl, 2, 3, 45, Group Plays C35, Fall Play C3, 45, Junior 5Veek Play C35, Kake Walk King Committee C45, Junior W'eek Com- mittee C35. IRAH JUSTINACHASE Commerce and Economics Bolton, Vt. Phi Delta Theta, Dean's List C3, 45. DOROTHY INIARIE CHILDS Home Ecorzomicx Brooklyn, N. Y. Delta Delta Delta, Home Economics Club Cl, 2, 3, 45, President C45, Press Club C3, 45, Hockey C25, YV. A. A. Cl, 2, 3, 45. ANNE PUTNAM CLARK Elementary Education Burlington, Vt. Dean's List C35. BEATRICE .ALBERTA LINDSAY CLARK Literary Scientific lVIontpelier, Vt. Kappa Alpha Theta. 114 GENE CLARK Ho-me Econonzicf Burlington, Vt. Delta Delta Delta5 Cynic Reporter Cl, 255 VV. A. A. Cl, 2, 355 Dramatic Club Cl, 2, 355 Home Economics Club Cl, 2, 355 Choir C2, 355 'Glee Club C155 Opera Cl, 2, 355 Outing Club C35. CLIFFORD TREIXAIAIN CONKLIN General Science ' Brandon, Vt. FREDERICK MARVIN COURTNEY Electrical Engineering St. Albans, Vt. Phi hflu Delta5 A. I. E. E.5 Deanls List Cl, 255 Chairman of Student Branch A. I. E. E. ROBERT ARTHUR CRANDALL Pre-illedical Essex Junction, Vt. Freshman Basketball5 Varsity Basketball C35. HERBERT CLARENCE DAIGNEAULT Secondary Education Townshend, Vt. Sigma Delta5 Cross-country Cl, 255 Kappa Phi Kappa5 Interfraternity Council C45. CHARLOTTE ESTELLA DAVIS Secondary Education North Springfield, Vt. CHARLES FRANCIS DERVEN Social Science Poultney, Vt. John Dewey Clubg University Players. RAYIVIOND DOUGLAS DOPP Secondary Education Burlington, Vt. Sigma Nu5 Assistant Manager Track C35, Manager C455 Assistant Manager Cross-country C35, Manager C455 Assistant Manager Glee Club C255 Assistant lVlanager Freshman Camp C35, Manager C455 Assistant Sports Editor ARIELQ Choir Cl, 2, 355 Glee Club Cl, 2, 355 "Ruddigore', C255 V. C. A. Cabinet5 f'Gondoliers', C155 Sergeant C255 Chairman Freshman Mixer. ELEANOR BARBARA DORSEY Social Science Ludlow, Vt. Pi Beta Phi5 Dean's List. ELEANOR BARBARA DOUGLAS Secondary Education Burlington, Vt. Alpha Xi Delta5 Fall Play Cl, 2, 3, 455 Junior Week Play Cl, 2, 355 Group A Plays Cl, 2, 355 University Players Cl, 2, 355 Discussion Club. 4 EUGENE CAMPBELL DRESSER General Science Burlington, Vt. Lambda Iota. DONALD KAY DULEY Commerce and Economicf Vilakefleld, Mass. Sigma Phig Freshman Track5 Faculty-Student Council C255 Assistant Busi- ness Nlanager ARIEL C355 Corporal C255 Varsity Track. RICHARD JOHNSON DUNCAN Electrical Engineering lVIcIndoes Falls, Vt. Kappa Sigma5 Football Cl, 2, 355 Basketball Cl, 2, 355 Freshman Track5 Key and Serpent. ' .z EVELYN ALICE EATON Literary-Scientific Waitsheld, Vt. Independents5 Rilie Team CZ, 355 John Dewey Club C255 Eta Sigma Phi C355 Kirby Flower Smith Latin Prize C255 W. A. A.5 Numeralsg Dean's List Cl, 2, 3, 455 Phi Beta Kappa. ' DAYTON WILLIS EDDY Electhcal Engineering Vineyard Haven, Mass. Sigma Alpha Epsilong A. I. E. E.5 Corporal C255 Faculty-Student Council. IVIARJORIE CATRINA ESNIATI Literary-Scientific Gloucester, hflass. Independents5 Le Cercle Frangais5 VV. A. A.5 Outing Club. V RAYIVIOND TURNER FENN Electrical Engineering hliddlebury, Vt. Sigma Deltag Dean's List Cl, 255 Kake VValk Lighting Committee C255 Secre- tary-Treasurer A. I. E. E. C35. JEAN INICCORIVIACK FULLER Secondary Education Chester, Vt. Independentsg Glee Club Cl, 255 Double Quartette C25 355 Choir C35. DORA ELODA GAGETTA Secondary Education Hardwick, Vt. Alpha Chi Omegag Hockey Team Cl, 2, 355 Basketball Cl, 255 Hockey Team Captain C155 Manager C35. 115 ELIZABETH EGBERT GALLUP Literary-Scientific Saylesville, R. I. Kappa Alpha Theta, Cynic 11, 2, 35, Winnowing: Board 12, 35, Bluestock- ings 125, President 135, VV. A. A., Health Council 115, Dramatic Club 12, 3, 45 , Outing Club 13, 45, Dean's List 11, 25, Feature Editor ARIEL, john Dewey Club 12, 35, Junior Prom Refreshment Committee 135, hflortar Board Presi- dent 145, Editor-in-Chief Winvzowingr 145. THELIXIA IXIAE GARDNER Literary-Scientific Quechee, Vt. Alpha Chi Omega, Tau Kappa Alpha Vice-President 135, YV. A. A. Council, Glee Club 115, Orchestra 115, Dramatic Club, News Editor Cynic Board 135, Captain W'omen's Debating Team 135, Outing Club, Junior Repre- sentative on Judiciary, Contributor to Winnowingg lNfIanager of 1Vomen's Debate, Chief Justice Student Union 145, lhlortar Board 145, Dean's List, VVomen's Editor Cynic 145. LILLIAN ELIZABETH GARLAND Secondary Education Brattleboro, Vt. Sigma Gamma, John Dewey Club 12, 35, Dramatic Club 12, 35, Dean's List 11, 25. THEODORE ALBERT GEORGE Secondary Education Springfield, Vt. Phi Alu Delta, Football 11, 2, 3, 45. ERNEST GEORGE GILE Social Science Burlington, Vt. Sigma Delta. HARRIET ISABEL GILE Social Science Burlington, Vt. HUGH REDLAND GILMORE Social Science Bristol, Vt. President Independents 125, John Dewey Club, Cynic 11, 2, 35, News Editor 135, Dean's List, ARIEL Stall, Freshman Handbook Assistant Editor 125, Edit0r1 35, Editor-in-Chief Cynic. LILLIAN FRANCES BATAVIA GLADSTONE Secondary Education Burlington, Vt. K. E. L., Tennis 135, Bowling 135. GERALD VVOODROVV GRAY Social Science Lyndon, Vt. Sigma Nu, Corporal 115, Sergeant 135, Scabbard and Blade 145. FREDERIC JOSEPH GUILIVIETTE Secondary Education Rochester, Vt. Glee Club 13, 45. HENRY WALTER HALLINAN Literary-Scientific Peabody, hflass. Alpha Tau Omega, Baseball 11, 2, 3, 45, Captain 145. ALICE VVOOD HAINIILTON Social Science North Harwich, Nlass. Kappa Alpha Theta, Winnowing: Staff 11, 2, 45, Bluestockings 11, 2, 45. CLARENCE ALEXANDER HANSON General Science Berlin, N. H. Alpha Tau Omega, International Relations Club, John Dewey Club. JOHN THOINAIAS HART General Science Burlington, Vt. Alpha Tau Omega, Baseball 12, 35, Class Basketball 11, 2, 35. CARL VVINFIELD HATHAVVAY Secondary Education Chelsea, Vt. Cross-country 12, 3, 45, Honor Scholarship, ARIEL Staff, Dean's List 13, 45. LUTHER DAVID HAWLEY General Science New Rochelle, N. Y. Delta Psi, Freshman Track, Freshman Cross-country, Varsity Track 125, Outing Club. 11, 2, 3, 45, Chairman of Council 135, Executive Secretary Inter- collegiate Outing Club Association 145, Corporal 125. ANNA MADELYN HENNESSEY Literary-Scientific Pittsford, Vt. Independents, W. A. A., Basketball 11, 2, 35, Hockey 11, 2, 35, Baseball 11, 25, Bowling 115. FREDERICK PORTER HOWARD Agriculture East Thetford, Vt. Independents, Alpha Zeta, Dean's List 12, 35. ' 116 BARBARA ANNETTE HOIVD Secondary Education Northfield, Vt. Alpha Xi Delta3 VV. A. A. Cl, Z, 3, 453 Y. VV. C. A. Cl, 2, 3, 453 John Dewey Club CZ, 3, 453 French Club C253 Organization Editor ARIEL C353 Basketball Cl, Z, 353 Baseball Cl, 253 Hockey CZ, 353 Bowling C153 Deanls List C453 University Players C35. ABBIE CLARA HOVVE General Science Tunbridge, Vt. Alpha Chi Omega3 Press Club CZ, 3, 453 Treasurer YV. A. A. C35, President C453 Second Vice-President Student Union C353 Captain Junior and Senior Hockey Teams3 Varsity Basketball CZ, 353 Bowling Team3 Baseball Team3 Dean's List C3, 453 Pan-Hellenic Council C453 lNIortar Board C45. HAROLD HOMER HUNT General Science St. Albans, Vt. Delta Psi3 Senior Class Presidentg Secretary-Treasurer Boulder C453 Co- director 1937 Kake VValk3 Assistant Director 1936 Kake Vllalkg University Players CZ, 3, 45, Business Manager C453 Publication Board C3, 45, Secretary C3, 453 Deanls List C3, 453 Editor 1937 ARIEL RUSSELL CHARLES IRISH Commerce and Economic: Burlington, Vt. Delta Psig Assistant Business Manager Cynic C35, Business Manager C353 .Assistant Director R. O. T. C. Band C25. FRANKLIN HOVVARD JACOBSON Pre-llledical Revere, lXfIass. Tau Epsilon Phi, VVrestling3 Freshman Cross-countryg John Dewey Club. WILLIAM LEE JENKS Agriculture Burlington, Vt. Delta Psi, Freshman Track3 Varsity Track CZ, 353 Freshman Cross-country3 Varsity Cross-country CZ, 3, 453 Kake VValk CZ, 3, 453 Faculty-Student Coun- cil C353 Aggie Club Cl. 2, 3. 453 Alpha Zeta CZ, 3, 45, President C453 Senior Vlleek Chairman C453 Glee Club C15. JIILIUS JOHN JEZUKAVVICZ General Science Gardner, Mass. Sigma Alpha Epsilong Varsity Football CZ, 3, 453 Varsity Track CZ, 3, 453 Freshman Track Captain3 Hexathlon VVinner 1933. YVELLS MARTIN JOHNSON Secondary Education , W'ardsboro, Vt. Independentsg Freshman Baseball3 Honor Scholarship. GLYN JONES Social Science Poultney, Vt. Delta Psi3 Dean's List C353 Baseball C3, 45. GVVYNNETH ELIZABETH JONES Commercial Teacher Training New Rochelle, N. Y. Pi Beta Phi3 VV. A. A.3 Press Club CZ, 3, 45, President C453 Outing Club CZ, 355 Kake VValk CZ, 453 Lilac Day Cl, Z53 Junior Week Queen C35. MARJORIE FRANCES JONES Home Economics Lawrence, Mass. Delta Delta Deltag Home Economics Club Cl, Z, 353 Health Council C35. JOE KATAGIRI Commerce and Economic: New York, N. Y. Independents. HARRY ARTHUR KENISTON Elementary Education St. Johnsbury Center, Vt. MORRIS IRVING KERSHNER Pre-llffedical Burlington Vt. Nlanager Freshman Tennis C453 International Relations Club C45. MYRON NORINIAN KING Pre-.Medical Boston, lVIass. Tau Epsilon Phi3 Deanas List Cl, 2, 353 Football C3, 455 IVrestling Champion 150-pound Class CZ, 353 Gold Key C25. REBA ELLA KINSLEY Literary-,Scientijic Nlontpelier, Vt. Independentsg Bluestockings C3, 453 IV. A. A. C1, Z, 353 Y. W. C. A. CZ, 353 Baseball C153 University Notes for Free Press C45. VELINIA IVIAE LAIVIONDA Secondary Education Richford, Vt. Alpha Xi Delta, W'. A. A. Cl, Z, 353 Y. W. C. A. Cl. 2, 353 John Dewey Club CZ, 3, 453 Dean's List Cl, 2, 3, 453 French Club Cl, 25. 117 EDVVARD KENDALL LANCTOT Electrical Engineering Enosburg Falls, Vt. Independents5 Dean's List CZ, 315 A. I. E. E. C3, 41, Vice-Chairman C41. CARL REINHOLD LANGER Civil Engineering lXfIeriden, Conn. Phi Delta Theta5 Cross-country C115 Glee Club CZ, 315 Newman Club CZ, 3, 41, President C315 Circulation hflanager Amer. C31. OSCAR JOSEPH LARIVIERE Pre-rlfledical Burlington, Vt. Lambda Iota5 Newman Club Cl, Z, 3, 415 Dean's List C41. ALFRED CHARLES LAVALLEE General Science VVinooski, Vt. ROBERT PIERCE LAW'TON Commerce and Econornicf Port VVasl1ington, L. I., N. Y. Phi Delta Thetag Freshman Football Captain5 Varsity Football CZ, 3, 41, Co-captain C415 Gold Key5 Key and Serpent5 Student Senate C215 Class President C315 Interfraternity Council C315 Class Basketball5 Assistant Direc- tor I936 Kake VValk5 Dean's List C315 Co-director 1937 Kake W'alk5 Boulder C41. . DAVID LEEKOFF llleclzanical Engineering Burlington, Vt. Varsity Football CZ, 315 A. S. M. E. Cl, Z, 31, Secretary-Treasurer C41. ISADORE ALBERT LEHRER Social Science VVest Hartford, Conn. Phi Sigma Zeta5 Cynic Staff Cl, Z, 315 Freshman Cross-countryg Freshman Track5 Varsity Track CZ, 3, 415 Varsity Cross-country CZ, 3, 415 Freshman Debating5 Dean's List Cl, 415 Corporal C215 ARIEL Staff C315 Kake Walk Committee C41. BENJAMIN RICHIE LEVIN Secondary Education Burlington, Vt. Independents, Treasurer CZ, 315 Class Basketball CZ, 315 John Dewey Club5 Vice-President I. R. C.5 Dean's List. JAMES EUGENE LIGHTFOOT Secondary Education WVinhall, Vt. Independents. IRVING LISIVIAN General Science Burlington, Vt. Phi Sigma Zeta5 Rifle NIanager CZ15 Assistant lylanager Tennis C215 Debating C115 Cynic Cl, Z15 Freshman Handbook C215 Corporal CZ15 Grey Friars C215 ARIEL Staff C31. ANNA LILLIAN LIVAK Secondary Education Rutland, Vt. Kappa Deltag Le Cercle Francais Cl, 2, 41, President C315 Y. WV. C. A. Per- sonnel Chairman C315 Rock Point Club C415 Cynic Reporter C11, News Editor CZ, 31, Feature Editor C3, 415 WV. A. A. Council-at-Large C3, 415 Hockey CZ, 3, 415 Baseball CZ15 Dramatic Club C3, 415 Deanis List C41. NIARGARET LOCKVVOOD Home Economic: Sparta, N. Kappa Alpha Theta5 NV. A. A. Council C1, 2, 41. Council-at-Large C315 Judiciary C3, 415 Glee Club C115 Opera Cl, Z15 Rilie Club C115 Womenis Sports Editor Amer. C315 Mortar Board C41. RIINOLA GEORGIANNA LOCKWOOD Literary-Scientific lXf'Ianchester Depot, Vt. Independents5 Classical Club CZ, 3, 415 W. A. A. C1, Z, 3, 415 Le Cercle Francais Cl, 2, 31, Chairman C415 Y. VV. C. A. Cl, Z, 3, 415 Deanis List Cl, 2, 41- KENNETH PRINCE LORD Clieniirtry Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn, N. Y. Alpha Tau Omegag Cheerleader CZ15 Head Cheerleader C3, 415 President Chemistry Club C315 Intramural hflanager C315 Kake Walk Committee C3, 415 Class Treasurer C415 junior Prom Committee C315 Dean's List C415 Scabbard 5 and Blade C41. ALBERT HAROLD LUNNA Agriculture Newport Center, Vt. CHARLES ASHTON IVICCUIN Agriculture Highgate Center, Vt. Phi NIU Delta5 Assistant hfianager Track5 President Kappa Phi Kappa C41. 118 IVIARTHA ANN INICGILLICUDDY Social Science Turners Falls, Mass. Pi Beta Phi, Kake WValk CZ1, Lilac Day Cl, 21, Press Club CZ, 3, 41, Class Secretary C31, Outing Club, junior Prom Decorating Committee C31, John Dewey Club C41, ARIEL Beauty Contest C3, 41. EMILY EDNA MCIV ER Home Economicr Newport, Vt. Independents, Glee Club Cl, 21, Press Club CZ, 3, 41, YV. A. A., Home Economics Club Cl, Z, 3, 41. JEAN LOUISE MCLAM Secondary Education East Ryegate, Vt. Independents, Press Club CZ, 31, Outing Club C31, Y. VV. C. A. Cl, Z, 31, Verse Speaking Choir Cl, Z, 3, 41. HARRY ALTON MACIVIILLAN flgriculture Plainfield, Vt. Kappa Sigma, Captain Freshman Track, Varsity Track CZ, 31, Co-captain C41, Varsity Football CZ, 3, 41, Gold Key, Key and Serpent, Kake VValk Committee C31, Business Iklanager Junior lVeek C31, Hood Scholarship Cl, 2, 31, Faculty-Student Council CZ, 31, Chairman Football Hop C31, Boulder C41, Aggie Club CZ, 31, Hexathlon C21. GLENN FREDERICK MCPHEE Agriculture South Peacham, Vt. Independents, Aggie Club C3, 41, Vice-President C31. THOBIIAS BERNARD MAGNER General Science VVest Rutland, Vt. Sigma Nu, Glee Club. PHOTIUS DEMETRIUS IVIAIVIOS General Science Burlington, Vt. Phi Mu Delta, Varsity Football C3, 41, VVinncr Fall Tennis Tournament C31, Varsity Tennis CZ, 3, 41. MELVIN HARVEY INIANDIGO Agriculture Burlington, Vt. Independents, Kappa Phi Kappa, Aggie Club C3, 41, Alpha Zeta C3, 41. ROBERT FARIV ELL IVIANLEY llleclzanical Engineering Dorset, Vt. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, A. S. M. E. Cl, 2, 3, 41. SYLVIA INIARGULIS Secondary Education Burlington, Vt. K. E. L., Press Club CZ, 31, Outing Club C31, Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, 31, VV. A. A. Cl, Z, 31, Verse Speaking Choir C31. DANIEL WAITE MARSHALL Literary-Scientific Vllaterbury Center, Vt. Independents, Honor Scholarship, Corporal CZ1, John Dewey Club C2, 31. PETER THOMAS INICINERNEY General Science Bayport, L. I., N. Y. Phi Delta Theta, Varsity Football C3, 41, Vllrestling CZ, 3, 41, Riiie Team CZ, 31, Track C31. ELMER BENSON MESERV EY Civil Engineering Middlesex, Vt. Fall Play Cl1, Corporal CZ1, Honor Scholarship, Wiunowiugx C3, 41, Dean's List Cl, Z, 3, 41, Candidate Kake lValk King C41, University, Players CZ, 3, 41, A. S. C. E. CLARABELLE MOYER Secondary Education hffiddletown Springs, Vt. Sigma Gamma, Basketball CZ1, Dean's List C21, Le Cercle Francais CZ, 3, 41, Press Club, International Relations Club, Y. VV. C. A. FRANK HENRY IVIUDGETT Commerce and Economicr Johnson, Vt. Independents. JOHN GREGORY IXZIURPHY Secondary Education Burlington, Vt. Phi Mu Delta, Freshman Football, Varsity Football C3, 41. FRANCIS HENRY NEAGLE Clarsical Lyndonville, Vt. Independents. Newman Club Cl, Z, 31. VVILLIAINI POTTER NOONAN General Science North Ferrisburg, Vt. Sigma Phi, Managing Editor ARIEI., Class Treasurer C11. FLORENCE ELEANOR SCHOFF NORTON Home Economic: Essex Junction, Vt. Phi Beta Kappa C41, Oinicron Nu C3, 41. 119 HARRY ALBERT NOYES Social Science Hyde Park, Vt. Delta Psi5 Freshman Track5 Varsity Track CZ, 315 ARIEL Staff C315 Corporal C215 Winnowingr C3, 415 Kake VValk Seating Committee C415 Dean's List C3, 41- DOROTHY ALICE OLDFIELD General Science Burlington, Vt. Kappa Alpha Theta5 Rifle Team Cl, 2, 315 Archery Cl, 215 VVinner Archery Tournament Cl, 215 Basketball Team C115 Pan-Hellenic Council C3, 415 XV. A. A. Council-at-Large5 Class Numerals and U. V. M.5 Outing Clubg Bowling C115 Dean's List Cl, 2, 3, 41. HOVVARD EASTINIAN PAGE Secondary Education Groton, Vt. Independents5 John Dewey Club CZ, 31, Treasurer C415 International Rela- tions Club C315 Deanis List CZ, 31. DONALD SKEELS PARKER Commerce and Economic: North Hero, Vt. Sigma Phi5 Key and Serpentg Class President C215 Freshman Basketball5 Varsity Basketball CZ, 3, 415 Dean's List C115 Corporal C215 Sophomore Hop Committee C215 Secretary-Treasurer Interfraternity Council C31. MARTIN HOLINIES PARKER Secondary Education Essex Junction, Vt. Delta Psi5 Corporal C21. CLARA BARBARA PEARL Secondary Education Grand Isle, Vt. Independents5 john Dewey Club CZ, 3, 415 Honor Scholarship C115 Dean,s List Cl, 2, 3, 415 International Relations Club C2, 3, 41. PHELPS FREDERIC POND Commerce and Economic: Burlington, Vt. Sigma Phig Gold Keyg Key and Serpentg Business Nlanager 1937 ARIELQ Assistant Manager Baseball5 News Editor Cynic Board C315 Dean's List Cl, 215 Corporal C215 Sophomore Hop Committee C215 Class Basketball Cl, 215 Kake VValk Committee5 Boulder C41. EDWARD INIITCHELL POULIN General Science New Haven, Vt. Lambda Iota5 Interfraternity Council C31. JACK HORATIO PRESS Secondary Education Burlington, Vt. Phi Sigma Zeta5 Assistant hffanager Tennis C31. ROBERT SHERMAN QUIMBY Education St. Albans, Vt. Independents5 Deanis List C31. RUTH LILLIAN QUINN Economic: Burlington, Vt. Delta Delta Deltag Dramatic Club C1, 215 VV. A. A.5 Tennis Club C115 Faculty-Student Council C315 Pan-Hellenic President C41. BARBARA MAE REDDING Home Economicr New Haven, Conn. Delta Delta Delta5 Dramatic Club Cl, 2, 3, 415 Y. VV. C. A. C1, Z, 31, Social Chairman C415 W. A. A. Cl, 2, 315 Health Council C215 House Presi- dent C315 John Dewey Club C415 Faculty-Student Council C41. YVILMOT LOOP REED Secondary Education Essex junction, Vt. Sigma Delta5 Freshman Basketball5 Varsity Basketball CZ, 3, 41. EVERETT CARLYE RICE Agriculture Randolph, Vt. Delta Psi5 Aggie Club Cl, 2, 315 Freshman Track5 Varsity Track C215 Class Basketball C2, 31. EDINIUND ROUHAN RICKER Civil Engineering Groton, Vt. Sigma Nug Assistant Manager Football CZ1, Freshman hlianager C315 Vice- Chairman V. C. A. Cabinet C315 Dean's List Cl, 215 Alum. Staffg Sergeant C31. JOAN MARY RIPPER Literary-Scientijic Burlington, Vt. Independents5 Glee Club Cl, 215 John Dewey Club CZ1, Vice-President C315 VV. A. A.5 Dean's List C115 Hockey Team C11. GILBERT YVELLER RIST Social Science Burlington, Vt. Delta Psi5 Freshman Football5 Varsity Football C315 Class Basketball CZ, 31. 120 MORFLDD ELUNED ROBERTS Clarrical Fair Haven, Vt. Independents3 Contributing Editor Winnowi-ng: 1313 Bluestockings 121, Sec- retary-Treasurer 1313 Classical Club 12, 313 House Fellow 1313 House Presi- dent 131. IVA ELLEN ROBERTSON Secondary Education Waitsfleld, Vt. Independents3 W. A. A. MIRIANI JUNE ROBIE Secondary Education Enosburg Falls, Vt. Independents3 Dean's List 11, 21. LESTER HENRY ROME Social Science Fitchburg, Mass. Tau Epsilon Phi3 115-pound 1Vrestling Champion 1213 Varsity Track 121. JOSEPH HALLOYVELL RONZONE General Science New York, N. Y. ORESTI ROMANO ROSA Secondary Education A South Ryegate, Vt. Sigma Nu. AUSTIN HOLMES ROSS C ivil Engineering hrliddlebury, Vt. Sigma Nu3 Football 11, 2, 3, 41, Co-captain 1413 Freshman Track3 Varsity Track 121, Co-captain 1313 Tennis 1213 Gold Key3 Dean's List 11, 213 Boulder 141. MARY HELEN ROWLEY Pre-Med-ical hflilton, Vt. Independentsg VV. A. A.3 Le Cercle Francais 1213 Newman Club 12, 31. MOSES SAIGER Secondary Education Burlington, Vt. Independents. ROBERT NEWTON SAXBY General Science Morrisville, Vt. Delta Psi3 University Players 12, 313 Dean's List 1113 Fall Play 1313 junior VVeek Play 12, 313 Honor Scholarshipg Freshman Debatingg Corporal 1213 John Dewey Club 131. RUTH ELECTA SCHAEFER Literary-Sc-ientifc Albany, N. Y. HAROLD ALLEN SCHOFF Electrical Engineering Essex Junction, Vt. Independentsg Freshman Footballg Glee Club 11, 2, 313 Choir 11, 2, 31. BARBARA SHALUCHA Literary-Scientific Springfield, Vt. Independentsg Press Club 12, 313 VV. A. A. 11, 2, 313 Badminton Club 11, 213 Dean's List 11, 213 Y. VV. C. A. 12, 31. GEORGE GLOECKNER SHAVV Commerce and Economic: Arlington, N. Sigma Nu3 Freshman Baseball, Basketball, Football and Track3 Varsity Bas- ketball 12, 3, 413 Baseball 12, 313 Handball Champion 1193413 Gold Key, Key and Serpent3 Cynicg Sophomore Hop Chairman. LAURA EMMA SHERMAN Secondary Education Burlington, Vt. Independents. H HOYT XVAKEFIELD SISCO Electrical Engineering Bradford, Vt. Phi N111 Delta3 A. I. E. E. DOROTHY INIAY SKINNER Elementary Education 1Vindsor, Vt. DULCENA ADAIR SINIITH Secondary Education 1Vilmington, Vt. Independents3 W. A. A.3 Hockey 11, 2, 313 Secretary Le Cercle Francais 1313 Dean's List 111. DONALD CHARLES STAFFORD Agriculture Waitsfield, Vt. Independentsg Aggie Club. ' MARGARET STANLEY Social Science Pittsfield, lVIass. Independents3 Choral Singing 1313 VV. A. A.3 Rifle Team 1213 House Com- mittee 1Robinson1 1313 Y. VV. C. A. PATRICIA MILDRED STANLEY Literary-Scientific Enosburg Falls, Vt. Alpha Chi Of11CgHQ Dean's List 11, 213 Freshman Volleyball Teamg Archery 1213 Sophomore Hockey Team3 junior and Senior Hockeyg Honorary Varsityg XV. A. A. Council-at-Large 1213 Y. VV. C. A. Secretary 1213 Executive Com- mittee Le Cercle Francais 131. 121 EDWARD VVILLIAIXI STARR Literary-Scientific Brockton, Blass. Phi hflu Delta3 john Dewey Club3 Dean's List Cl, 25. ELIZABETH ROBERTSON STEARNS Literary-Scienzfijic Hinsdale, N. H. Independents3 Y. VV. C. A. IVIARTHA PEARL STEVENS General Science Northfield, lN'Iass. Inclependentsg VV. A. A.3 Basketball C15. ELSIE ROWENA STREETER Secondary Education Essex Junction, Vt. Independentsg Basketball3 Tennis. HENRY ROBINSON SWIFT Literary-Scienliuc Burlington, Vt. Delta Psig Freshman Trackg Freshman Cross-country3 Assistant Nlanager Football C35, lN'Ianager C453 Gold Keyg Key and Serpentg Kake VValk VVinner Cl, 2, 453 Deanls List Cl, 2, 3, 453 Tennis Captain C353 Chairman Junior wleelig Phi Beta Kappa C453 Boulder C45. JOHN ARTHUR TASKER Electrical Engineering Brattleboro, Vt. Alpha Tau Omega. HELEN CUNIING TAYLOR General Science Newport, Vt. Pi Beta Phi3 XV. A. A. Hiking Chairman C25, Vice-President C353 Photography Editor ARIELQ Vice-President Student Union C35, President C453 Glee Club Cl, 253 Opera C153 Corresponding Secretary Outing Club C353 Junior Prom Committee C35. DONALD HARRISON TETZLAFF Economics . Burlington, Vt. Alpha Tau Omega3 Manager Rifle Team C35, Secretary-Treasurer. NELSON LOUIS THIBAULT C ivil Engineering YV aterbu ry, Vt. Independents. ALFRED ROBERT TOMASSETTI Commerce and Economic: Meriden, Conn. Sigma Alpha Epsilon3 Freshman Basketball3 Varsity Basketball CZ, 3, 4-53 Junior VVeek Committee. INIARION LOUISE TOVVLE Elementary Education St. Johnsbury, Vt. Independents3 Verse Choir C353 VV. A. A.3 John Dewey Club C35. NESTOR HONORE TROTTIER Secondary Education Vllilder Vt. Phi lVIu Deltag Phi Delta Theta3 Freshman Footballg Varsity Football C353 Wrestling Cl, 25. FENO HILTON TRUAX Zllechauical Engineerirzg Franklin, Vt. Independents, Secretary C253 Assistant Manager Basketball C253 Manager Freshman Basketball C253 A. S. NI. E. C2, 353 ARIEL Stall C353 Junior YVeek ' Committee. HUBERT FRANCIS TRUDEAU Secondary Education Bliddlebury, Vt. Alpha Tau Omega3 Track Co-captain C353 Football Cl, 25. MERIDITH RAMSAY TURNER Commerce and Economicx Hamden, Conn. Kappa Sigmag Freshman Baseball3 Corporal C253 Junior VVeek Committee. IVIARY VERONICA TUOHY Secondary Education Vllest Rutland, Vt. Alpha Xi Deltag Y. VV. C. A.3 VV. A. A.3 Newman Club Cl, 2, 3, 453 Dean's List Cl, 253 John Dewey Club C25. VVAYNE GEORGE TWOIVIBLY Agriculture Derby, Vt. Sigma Delta3 Varsity Track C253 Deanis List C253 Corporal C253 Honor Scholarship3 Glee Club CI5. LULA IVIAY YVATTS Literary-Scientific Chesterfield, Vt. Independentsg W. A. A. Cl, 2, 355 Exchange Editor Winnowirzg: C353 John Dewey Club C2, 355 Cynic Reporter C153 Bluestockings C2, 353 Y. VV. C. A. Cl, 2, 353 House Committee C35. 122 JONATHAN TALCOTT VVEBSTER Commerce and Economics Burlington, Vt. Delta Psi, Gold Key, Key and Serpent, President Freshman Class, Freshman Track, Varsity Track C21, Assistant hlanager Basketball C31, Faculty- Student Council C11, Drilldown VVinner C11, Associate Editor ARIEL C31, Hexathlon VVinner C31, Basketball Manager C41, Boulder C41. HARRY BURNS WERNER General Science Bronx, N. Y. Track C11. EDWARD RICHARD VVHIPPLE M'echa-nical Engineering lNfIontpelier, Vt. Sigma Nu, A. S. IW. E. C31, Assistant hflanager Cross-country C31, hlanager Freshman Cross-country C31. PHILLIP FLETCHER VVHITE General Science Craftsbury Common, Vt. DANA VVALLIS VVHITIVIAN .flgriculture Colchester, Vt. Independents, Aggie Club C3, 41, Dean's List, Honor Scholarship, Corporal C21- FLORENCE HUGHEY VVILLIAMS Secondary Education Alburg, Vt. Independents. . F REDERIC KERMIT W ISEIVIAN Mechanical Engineering Burlington, Vt. Sigma Nu, A. S. NI. E. Cl, 2, 31. STANLEY ALLEN VVITT General Science Orleans, Vt. Delta Psi. JAMES EDVVARD VVOODHULL Agriculture Pittsfield, Vt. Independents, Rifle Team, Corporal C21. HELEN VERA VVORKINIAN Secondary Education Essex Junction, Vt. Independents. ELIZABETH HELEN WRIGHT Home Economic: Vlfaterbury, Vt. Pi Beta Phi, IV. A. A., Health Council C2, 31, Secretary C21, Y. W. C. A. C2, 31, Basketball C11, Dramatic Club C2, 31, Home Economics Club Cl, Z, 31. GLENNA RAE VVRIGHT Secondary Education Burlington, Vt. Alpha Chi Omega, Basketball Cl, 21, Hockey Cl, 2, 31, W. A. A. Board C31, ARIEL Board VVomen's Biography Editor, Faculty-Student Council C31. IEAN BUCHANAN YOUNG Secretarial Burlington, Vt 5 Kappa Alpha Theta, Dean's List Cl, 21, W. A. A. I 123 C L A S S President- IOHN T. PRIOR Vice-P resident- MARTHA VV. RIST Faculty-Student Council- LOUISE V. CONNOR 0F 1939 Treasurer- .IOHN E. KENNEDY Secretary- RUTH W. ANDERSON Faculty-Student Council- JEROME D. KATZ SOPll0MORES LEONARD JOSEPH ADEADESSA, General Scicnce"...L ............. L .......... LL ....... Burlington, Vt NATHAN lh'iERRILL ABBOTT, Mechanical Engineering ......... ......... B urlington Vt ELWYN DICKINSON ABELL, Electrical Engineering.. ,... L ,............ L.St. Albans, Vt EVELYN ABBIE ALLYN, Elementary Education.L...LL..L ...... .......... LL .LL.lsland Pond, Vt HARRIET JEAN LANDERSON, Home Economics.- ..... L.. ....... LEast Craftsbury, Vt RUTH WOOD ANDERSON, A3-5, Economics...L ..,.......... ............... L ...Burlingtorn Vt GERTRUDE ELIZABETH ATKINS, AEA Eco-nomic.t.L .... L.. LL ........ Burlington, Vt BRADLEY PHILLIP BACON, Economics, ........................... ......, L ...BurlingtOn, Vt RUTH ADELE BAILEY, Home Economics ........................ ................ B urliugton, Vt DOROTHY EDNA BALL, Elementary Educntion..L .......... L ..... L..L.. LLLL ....... Burlington, Vt DUDLEY' BARBER BALL, Social Science ..... L ................... .LL .......... .L ....... Randolph, Vt DONALD LOUIS BASHAYV, General Science' ........ ......., ........ ........... X X 7 inooski, Vt JOYCE AUDREH' BATES, Social Science ..,.... L ...... L...L. L .... L ..... ..... L .... L .... . L .... L..PittsfOrcl, Vt RUTH BAXENDALE, KA9, General Science' .... L .......... L .................. LL...L ..I. -.L ..... L ......... Burlington, Vt CHARLOTTE ANNAEEL BEA'I'rY, AAA, Ho-me Economic: .......... L ............ L .......... Burlington, Vt ANSO BELARDINELLI, KE, Economics ..., L ..... L ........... L .......... L .... L .... .......... LL ..... N Orwalk, Conn LVENDELL LIAYDEN BENXVAY, Ci-vil Engineering..- ..... ........ E ast Berkshire, Vt PAUL NORLIAN BERRY, General Science'L...L ........... LL.,.L ..... .... L LLL .... LLL.. ..... Riclmmond, Vt LEONARD JOSEPII BISACCIA, General Seience'.LL...LL .......... LL ..,..,., .... ........, LL N ew Hartford, Conn LOREN OTIS BISHOP, Secondary Education...L...L. L ........... L ........ Shelburne, Vt OSCAR BENTON BISSELL, Ci-tril Engineering .................... ..... L ...Saxtons River, Vt DOROTHY HELEN BLAISE, Elementary Education ........ L...L .... L .... L.BurlingtOn, Vt NIARGARET ANN BLISS, Literary-Scientijicm .......... L ..... L ......... .... L ...L .... LLWest Rutland, Vt lVlYER :HAROLD BOYARSKY, 4722, General Scie-nce'L ......... L. LL .......... L .......... L...L ..... L..L ..... Burlington. Vt VIRGINIA NiAXWVELL BRADWAY, Home EF01lONllCI. ..... L LL .... L ..... L ......... L....L. .... L .... LMOIItpelier, Vt LUCY MARY BRIGIIARI, Literary-Scientifc.L....L...L .... L. .... L..LL...LLLL..LL....MOrrisville, Vt FERN LOUISE BRISTOL, Literary-Scientific ......... L ........... L ......... .......................... B randon, Vt LUCILLE CLARA BRISTOL, KA9, Home Economics.. .......... L .... LL ...... Burlington, Vt BURKE GRAHAM BROXVN, AI, EconomicsL .......... L ......... LLL.- ..... L.. ....... LL.LL .... LL .... Jericho, Vt EDWARD MILTON BROSVN, Electrical Engineering ..,......,. L ............... .L ....,. L ......... Burlington, Vt CHAUNCEY XVELLS BROWVNELL, 3RD, AXP, General Science ......... L. L .......... .... L ...... B urlington, Vt LOIS BATCHELDER BRONVN, BBQ, Literafgv-ScientifieL ........... L .... .... .... . . .LL ..,. ..Burlington, Vt LOUISE BULL, KA6, Social Science...L .... L ..........,..... L ........... L .... L .......... LLL .......... Fitchburg, Mass AGNES MARY BURKE, Elementary Education ........... L ..................,.... .......... L . ..L...L ..,.... L....L .... Winooski, Vt BERTHA LYDIA BURKEWITZ, AX9, Secondary Education ........ L ....,.... L .... L .... L ........... II-asburg, Vt ROEERTA OLGA BLWTERFIELD, AEA, Social Science...L ......... L ...... ......... ............ N O rth Troy, Vt LUCY BUTTILES, AEA, Economic: .... L ...... L ................ L ......... L ....... .......... L Burlington, Vt FRANCIS HUGH CANARY, Mechanical Engineering ....... L ...L .... L ......... L ......... L...L.Rutland, Vt HARRIET ALMIRJX CANEDY, AAA, Literary-Scientific.. .... L .... L L ........... .L ........... L ...... ....... L ...JacksOnville, Vt RUSSELL IRVING CARLSON, KZ, Social Science ........... L... L...L...L .... LMiddletOwn, Conn LETTIE IRENE CARPENTER, General Science" ........ L ...,. L.. ............. L .... L ................ L .... L .... L...Moretown, Vt EUGENE JOHN CERUTTI, Civil Engineering.L .......... L. ........... L...L .... ....... L. .... L ..... L ...L.Plainlield, Vt FRANK MERLIN CIIERESKIN, TE'P, General Science' ....... L...L .... L...L ...... LL ..L..L...LOngmeadOw, Mass DAVID LALIEERT CLARK, Electrical EngineeringL...L ........... L ........... ...BurlingtOn, Vt JANE ELIZABETH CLARK, Literary-Scientific .......... LL...L. ......... LHOlyOke, Mass ISABELI-E MARY CLARKE, Elementary Education.L .............. ........... L L .... L....BurlingtOn, Vt EVERETT PAUL CLIFFORD, Secondary Education .......... .L ..... L... ........ L .... LL...L ....................... Barton, Vt ALICE CORA COPEL:XND, Literary-Scientifc ......... LL. ..L... .... ......... C r aftsbury Common, Vt JACK LEWIS COI-IEN, IPEZ, Chemistry..- .... LL...LL ................. LLL. .....,... .... L ...,. L ............... L ........ Burlington, Vt MARION HTXRRIET COLEbiAN, Secondary Education .... L... ........ LL .......... L..LSOuth Londonderry, Vt CAROLYN CANDACE CONGER, Secondary Education..L ...... L...L .,... L L ................ L .................. Richford, Vt FAY MILES CONvERsE, Mechanical Engineering ........... ................. G roton, Vt LIELEN DORIS COOK, Elementary Education ............ ......... M iddlebury, Vt ' Pre-Medical. 126 VIVIAN BARBARA CORP, Social Scicncc ............. . .....,.......... . ......................... PETER DEMOSTIIENES CORSONES, ATU, Gcncral Scicncc". lv.-XLTER EDXVARD CRANDALL, Algriculfurc.. ...... ..........,. . ................. . ROBERT THOMAS CROSBY, Social Scicncc... ....,....... .......... . ..... FREDERICK ARIADON CROSS, Electrical Evrginccring .......... .. .......... SEYMOUR SAUL CUTLER, TEZ, Gcnfral Sciencr'...., .... F LORA INIARGARET DARl.ING, Elementary Education .............. ARTHUR ROBERT DIXTNOFF, TEQ, Sccomlary Eclucatioiz.. ...... .- STILRIAN GEORGE DAVIS, JR., EN, Gcncral Science' .... -..... JEANNE .NI-IYVMAN DENNIS, Literary-Scirrrtijic ......... - ....... GINO IXLDO LOUIS DENTE, Gcncral Scinxcr' ........... EVERETT COYT DIRIICK, Sccondary Education... ..........,.. . LENA LUCY DORIENICIIINI, Elemrntary Education- ........ NIADELYN CECILIA DONLON, Sccouclary Education .......,.... DORIS NIARJORIE DOPP, AX9, Economic: .....................,. IVIYRON BURTON DORERIAN, General Scicncc' ........................... MARTHA SHI-:PARD DOUGLASS, UB9, Litrrary Scicntifir ..... - .... ROBERT ARTHUR DUDLEY, Civil Evzginccring ............................... ROBERT BYRON DUGRKN, Gnu-ral Scicncr' ........... FRANK DAYTON EDDY, ANP, Gr-ncral Scicncr' ........ . LILLIAN IXAIICGREGOR EDVVARDS, Social Scicncc .................... RICllARD FRANCIS FARRELL, EN, Gcncral Scimcc', .... . ......,. RUTH NIARION FELLOYVS, AAA, Scconrlary Education .......... .NIARY ORTON FIFIELD, AAA. Litcrary-Scicntilic ................. PIIYLLIS EVELYN FOSTER, AX9, Social Scicncc .......... GERTRUDE FRAINT, Econo'mic.v. .,............................... ........ .. BERYI. HAIRI FRANK, Social Scicncc. ..... - .... -.... ..................... .. MARJORIE ALICE FRENCII, Elrmentary Educationw .......... . ......... ROBERT JOHN NIACCQREGOR FYEE, EN, Gnicral Science' ....,.... NIILDRED MARGARET GALDRAITH, Elemcntary Education .......... ANNA FRANCES GARDNER, Elcmcntary Education- .......... - .... JAMES CURTIS GIDDINOS, Gcncral Science' .......... . .....,..... NANCY ELIZABETH GILLINGIIARI, Economic: .......... XVALTER MARTIN GLASS, 4122, Economics ......... - ..., ROBERT IGNATIUS GLEASON, General Scicncc' .......,.. ROSENDO ADOLI-'O GOMEZ, KE, Social Scicnrc ............ JOHN SMALLEY GREENE, Civil Engivrcrriizg ................ lVILL.-KRD ORLIN HALE, Electrical .Eilgiuceriiig ........ -. CHARLES ELRIER HARRION, Gcncral Scinrcc .........................,. FRANK EDWARD HARRIGAN, AXP, Gcncral Science'..... ...... ............Derby Line, Vt. .........................Rutland, Vt. ...........Essex Junction, Vt. ...................Burlington, Vt. .........Lancaster, N. H. Y ...........BrOoklyn, N. . ..........Craftsbury, Vt.. ..........Burlington, Vt. .M ...,..,......... Nashua, N. H. ..........Morristown, N. J. Vt. ...........West Hartford, Vt. ...............Reaclsboro, Vt. ....................Richford, Vt. rl in gton , Vt. ..........New Britain, Conn. .- ............... Burlington, Vt. ..............-.....-....Bradford, Vt. .- ......... Newport Center, Vt. ...................,......Burlington, Vt. Upper Montclair, N. J. .. .... - ................ Shelburne, Vt. ..........BurlingtOn, Vt. ..............NewpOrt, Vt. .........Merrimac, N. H. ..........BurlingtOn, Vt. ..........BurlingtOn, Vt. .....,....Hinesbu rg, Vt. aban, Mass. ...........Essex Center, Vt. .. ...,..... . ..... Springfield, Vt. - ......... New Haven, Conn. .............WOOdstock, Vt. ..........BurlingtOn, Vt. ..........BurlingtOn, Vt. ............-.....Barre, Vt. ..........Burlington, Vt. .... ......... .. .......... ,WindsOr, Vt. ......., ........ Island Pond, Vt. .-.West Hartford, Conn. BERNARD XVILSON HARRIRIAN, ll-lcclmnical Engim-criozg ......... .. .... ..... .... .. ........... .... C anaan, Vt. DORIS AGNES IEASSELTINE, Secondary Efl'1lL'llfl011 ........................ JAMES TIIOMAS HAUOI-I, ATG, Social Scicncc ............. HARRX' XVILLIAM HAYDEN, Economic: ....... c. ....... . HAROLD JERRY HAYNES, .flgriculturc........ ..... -. ......... , ................. lVIIRIAM PRISCILLA HEAL3', HBCP, Hom: Economics, .... .... ELMA MAY HERRICK, Econo-mics...-...... ..... -..., .... . ..... - .............. .... ...... JANET CLARKSON I'iILL, Social Science ............ CHESLEY PECK HORTON, AXP, flgriculturc........... RETA HOWE, General Scicncc- .... ....- ..... -......., ..... - ................. . DORIS RUTH HULL, Elementary Educationm..- .... .. .... -......-.,.......-.. JOIIN ALEXANDER I'IUNTER, JR., 'P-A9, Gmzcral Scicnce' ................ ETIIEL NIARY HUNTOON, Home Economics. ..... ..-. .... . ...... . ...... .... . - ....... .. ERRIA RITA MAE HURTEAU, Sccondary Education .......... JOHN CONKLIN HUSING, Eco11o1nic.t.- .... . ...................... . ................ HAROLD LARNED 1'1UTCIlINS, 'i'A9, General Sciencc' ........... " Pre-Medical. 127 M..- ..... Bristol, Vt. .............. Rutland, Vt. ... .......... M ...,..... Arlington, Vt. -..................East Poultney, Vt. ....YVest Hartford, Conn. ........-....--...-.....Swanton, Vt. . ........ Burlington, Vt. ...............BrandOn, Vt. .....,...-lVilmington, Vt. .........................Bristol, Vt. ....-................DOver, N. H. ..........BalbOa, Canal Zone ..- .... ..... ......... Alburg, Vt. .........LynbrOok, N. Y. ........Hamden, COIIn. MURIEL EVA IZIUTCHXNSON, AX9, Litrrary-Scicntijic ..... -..A .... ....- ....... NIARY ELIZABETH HX'DE, AEA, Social Scicncc .... . ..... - .... E ......... -.... LOIS XVARD JACKSON, Hom: Economics ..... -. .......... EDWARD NJACOBSON, SOCIAL Scicncc. ..... . ............ -..W ......,... .-.. ALBERT BASIL JI-ZRARD, 2'-'15, Gcncral Scicncf"'. .... DAVID EMA-IANUEL JOHNSON, JR., Clznrzistry. ......... ., BARBARA ELIZABETH JoNES, Gcnrral Scic1Icc'...,..-..... DEKVID JROBINSON JONES, Ccncral Scicnccn... .......... - ..... . ......... -. ..... FREDERIC TRACY JONES, Economicx, ........ ...-..- ..... S A .... ,....S.L .,.... JEROME DAVID KATz, TECP, Gcncral Scicncc.- ..... ,. NORINIAN KEAILER, Gcncral Scicncc'.. ..... -.....- .... . ............ .. JOHN EDXVARD KENNEDY, 449, Ccncral Scicncr'..., ..... L ..... LEONA NELLIE KILBURN, Scconrlary Education. .... -. A.- .... - .... L ......... AVERY PARSONS KING, ANP, Gcncral Scirncc'.. .... - HENRY' VINCENT KOGLVT, Social Scicncc., .... - ........ . . .. MARY LADD, KA9, Secondary EducatzorI...,....,-.......m...,....-...-............. EvELYN ALICE LANGEXVAY, Elemcntary Education ..................... -...... ..... - .... . URSULA AGNES LATOUR, Elementary Education .... -..W ...... ..- FRANCIS BERNARD LEARY, Elcctrical Enginerring ................ -... BIIARY JANE LECHNYR, Musical Education, ....,..... -...,...- ..... E...-.... FRANCIS CLARK LEONARD, Agriculturcuw ....,..... -...-. NORAIA NIADELEINE LESSOR, Litrrary-Scirntijic ............... MURRAY NEXVMAN LEVIN, TEQ, Gcncral Scic-nce'...., ..... M..- AARON ABRAHAM LEVINE, QEZ, Scconrlary Education.. ...... . ........-....-....Bradford, .. .......... Bu rlington, Vt V : ...,.....BrattlebOro, Vt . ............... ............ B randon, -..W .... -...- .... Burlington, Vt Vt ...A ...... Burlington, Vt rlington, Vt ............SCl1encctady, N. Y ....... Burlington, Vt .........Hartford, Conn rlington, Vt ..................Adams, Mass .......,...COllinsvillc, Conn Albans, Vt ................Bridgeport, Conn . ..... ,.Turners Falls, Mass MARIE IRENE GABRIELLE LALUAIIERE, Elcmcntary Education. .... -. L ........... ..... ...... South Hero, ,.....-Vergennes, ...- ,...,.. .... --.L .. .... -. ..... ,....Burlington, .. ........ ...- ........ A ..... -..... .......... ...... S ...BurlingtOn, rlington, ...-...,.......Orwell. E,....M..............-....-......Burlington, -..WA .... -...,..uBurlington, L .... -... ......... - .... , ................... --.Burlington, EAIERY OTHELLO LEWIS, EQ, General Sc1encc"... ..... - ...... -..LLL .......... -.. .. .... L..-...,..... .... -..,..MOntpelier, LIARRIET ANNE LEWIS, Illuncal Educat1on.....-.... L..., ..... - ..... m...,.... LEON ROBERT LEZER, KE, General Science' ......... -...,.... ROBERT LIKOVSKY, 922, Gencral Scicncc'.-. ..,. . .... S.. CLARENCE LIPSKY, Economic.v.,..... ..... ,,..-,...- .... , ...... .. .......... BERNARD LISAIAN, QEZ, Social Scicncc .... -...- .,..... .- .... S A ...... CHARLES XVILLIAM LIVAK, AI, flgriculturc. .... .... E ..... - ...... ..- .... - ..... ELIZA FARNSYVORTH LOOK, Clzcmistryw, ...,............ -...-....-. C .......... . .... M.......L....-....,....,..... ELIZABETH MARION LOOP, Elementary Erlucation...,...- ......... u-. - .......,... JOHN PRENTISS LORD, AXP, Gencral Scxrncc' ........... L .... ...... C HELEN LOUISE LOIIDON, Litcrargv-Scicntiic- .... . .............. FRANKLIN BROXVN NIACK, KE, Civil Enginccringm... LAXVRENCE DISPIN lN1CCRE:X, Gcncral Scicncc.-....- ................... LESTER JOSEPH NECIDONDUGH, KE, Ccneral Scicncc' ......... .. ..... I ..... THOMAS BURKE MCHUGH, Secondary Education .... -..... JAMES ELMER MCKEE, JR., Gcncral Scicncf' .......,.. ,.. ..... NIARY ROSARIOND MCLAM, Home Economic: ........... L... ELBRIDGE POTTER NIANSFIELD, Civil Enginccring ......... FRANCIS EDGAR NIARSCEILL, xlgricnlturc.. ........................... LORETTA CORRX BFIAYNARD, Elcnzcntary Education .......... SHIRLEY XVILLIAMS MILLER, Elcmcntary Education ........,.. LIOXVARD LESTER NIINCKLER, NP. Clzcmistry. ............... .. .... .. ......... LESTER HENRH' NIITCIIELL, Clzcmistryu-. ..... .... S ...- ..... - .... . .... .,..-..... RICHARD FRIEDHOLD IVIORGNER, EN, Social Science .... . .... M., .... ROBERT EDISON NIOSELEY, Elcctrical Engi-nccring ........... . CATHERINE MARTHA NIUIR, Social Scirncr .....,....... ,... .... - .... A'IlRI.-XM AJULCARE, Social Science ...... -...-..., ........... CHARLES FREDERICK JNIYERS, Chcmistry. ..... - ...... .- ...... ...-. STANLEY LINTNER NICHOLS, xlgriculturcm..- ........ , .... -..L ......... .. ELRIER LYLE NICHOLSON, AXP, Gcnrral Scirncc ....... .. ......,.... .... . XVILLARD GRIYXT NORTON, Musical Eduraz'ion...-... A ......... L .... ' Pre-Med'c:Il. 128 White River Junction, ............,....u.....YVebsterville, .. .......... - .... - .......... .....Burl1ngton, Vt Vt Vt Vt Vt Vt Vt Vt Vt Vt Vt Vt Vt Great Neck, L. I., N. Y .M ........ L .... C ...... Burlington, C ...., . .... - .... -...Rutland, ........Wilmington, rlington, .................Brattleboro, .......m-Minneapolis, M Vt Vt Vt Vt Vt inn .....................Dovcr, Dela rlington, Vt . ........ -..WOburn, Mass ............-....-....-Rutland, Vt .........PcterborOugl1, N. H ...........East Ryegate, ...........Wa te rbu ry, .............-.......Bristol, ...........StarksborO, ................Putney, ..........Grand Isle, - .......... Burlington, Vt Vt V: Vt Vt Vt Vt ...- ...... Fitchburg, Mass ............lVIilford, Conn .-. ........... Burlington, Vt -,.........CaInbridge, Mass ......-...Burlington, Vt ..........Westminster, Vt Rochester, Vt .........Huntington, Vt DONALD CHARLES NOYES, QA9, Gfncral Sciclzcc' ........ TIIELMA RLFFH PACKARD, Ho-me Economics ......... L ......... RUTH ANNE PALMER, TIBCP, Litrrary-Scirntific .........v...,... GLADYS CATHERINE PARROTT, Elcmentary Education .,........ FIELEN ROSE PATTRELL, Elf-mrntary Education .....,.......... RALPH HARMON PERCIVAL, Musical Education ........... ESTALEEN NIORGAN PERKINS, Home Economics ........ FLORA ELIZABETH PERLEY, Homc Economics .............. . CHARLOTTE ELLIAX PHELPS, Srcondary Education .,...... . LOUIS DALE PIERCE, Civil Enginrcring .........,......,........... ROBERT ERNEST PIERCE, Secondary Education ........... VICTOR IOSEPII PISANELLI, Gcncral Science' ........ DOROTHY JENNE PLATT, Homr Economics ............ ROBERT ELLSWORTII PLUMB, AXP. 14gI'iC1llf'Ilfl' .....,.... LOREN -IOFFRE PRETTY, Social Scicncr ..... L ..................... DAYNOR COITCE PRINCE, Economics ................. L ....... . JACK THONIPSON PRIOR, EN, Gcncral Scicncr ...,...... MARY NIARGARET RASINES, Classical ............................ EDXVIN HEXX'ETT REEDER, JR., KE, Econo1nir.v.......... ...... .. CLAUDIA WVILLENA RENEHAN, Illusical liducation..L..L....- .... CLINTON ALEXANDER RENEREW, Jllfflldlllfdl Enginccringm .... . EDITH INIARIAN RICE, K-A-9, Social ScIcnccL ...................... L .............. RAMON DAVID RICH, Clzcmistry .... .... ........ . . ..LL .......... L .... L HARRIETTE LOUISE RIDDELL, Gcncral Scicncr .... .L ......... .LLL ..... JANE HARRIET RIDDELL, AEA, Social Scicncr ..... - .... L .... SARAH CATHERINE RIGNEY, AEA, Eco-nomic: .......... GRACE MARIE RINCK, Social Scicncr ........ L ......... LL...L ....... NIARTIIA XVELLER RIST, KA9, Home' Eco11omicsL .... L. L. RAYMOND RICHARD ROGERS, EA, Agricultnrc., ......... LL .... L.. NIILTON ROSENTIIAL, 422, Gnzeral Scic1zcc..L..L. ........ ..L ......... L. ............... L ............ L... NIARJORII-I KATHERINE HELEN ROssITER, AAA, Litcrary-Scientific ........... IVIARY PAULINE ROwE, AX9, Home Economic: .... ...... L ..,....... L . PERMELIA TIIERDERA RUGGLES, Sccondary Education...L .... L ........ LIOYVARD HENRY RUSSELL, .lgriculturc ........ LL ........... L....... ..L... ..L BERNARD RLWSTEIN, TEW, Agriculture ............ ........ L .. BETTE AMES SADLIER, Hom: Economics .......... LL ........ PRISCILLA SAVAGE, IIB45, Classical ....,..... L ..... L .......... ALFRED SCHXVARTZ, 47?-IZ, Ccncral Scicrzcc' ............................ . HOWARD ,IULIAN SCHWARTZ, TEIP, Grncral Science' ......... KATHRYN SCOTT, H1341 General Scicncc .............L,.......... L...L RICHARD LYRIAN SEYMOUR, Social Scicnce...L ....,......... ..L NIARY COLEMAN SHAKESPEARE, KA9. EconomicLr...L.... THAIS BARBARA SHAPLAND, Srcandary Education.- ....... lANET PRESTON SIIELTUS, Litrrary-Scicntifir ................. ........... REBECCA CHARLOTTE SIIIRPEE, Secondary Education.-. .... PHILIP BRETT SIIOEMAKER, Gcnrral Scicnrr... ..... ......... ...L. .L... .... . .ARTHUR PARMELEE SILVESTER, Srcondary Education, ....... L CLARENCE RAYMOND SIMMONS, Al, General Scicncc'L ........... .. IIAROLD LEONARD SIMMONS, JR., KE, General Scicncc". ....... .. ELLA ELIZABETH SIMONDS, Social Scicncc .......... . ......................... JANET SLOCUM, K-'59, Social Scic1IccL ....,.............. .... . . IXNNA ARTIIALENE SMITH, AEA, Social Scicncr ........ LOUIS SAMUEL SMITH, Grncral Scicncc' .............. L .... MARGARET ELIZAEETII SMITH, Economics .......... RICHARD FRANCIS SNAPE, Social Sciencc ..... L ............ ALBERT FRANCIS SNAY, -IR., Gr-nrral Scicncc"' .......... . ' Pre-Medical. 129 ..L .... L...Rutland, Vt. .............Burlington, Vt. ...........CrestwOOd, N. Y. ....................MIlton. Vt. .....-.....N0fYViCl1, Vt. ..........BurlingtOn, Vt. ..........BurlingtOn. Vt. .......................RiClIfOrd, Vt. . ......... Essex junction, Vt. ......L......Burlington, Vt. ............lacksonvillc, Vt. ................. Rutland, Vt. ...........BrOOklyn, N. Y. .....SprIIIgHeld, Vt. .............WOOdstock, Vt. ........MarblelIead, Mass. Albans, Vt. ....................BaIre, Vt. VI gton . White Rii'er Junction, Vt. L ......... L ............ St. Alohnsbury, Vt. ..........Clevcland Heights, Ohio .L.......................Burlington, Vt. ..........Williamstown, Vt. ........L...Burlington, Vt. ...........Lafayette, R. I. .......L..RidgewoOd, N. J. ..L .... LBurlingtOn, Vt. .L ...... West Glover, Vt. ......LROxbury, Mass. .........RutlaIId, Vt. ..................L....Barnet, Vt. ..........BcllOws Falls, Vt. L ..... L.LHiIIesburg, Vt. ..........BurlingtOn, Vt. ..........Morrisville, Vt. .............RandOlplI. Vt. ..........BrOOklyn, N. Y. ..........MineOla, N. Y. ...L...Kingston, R. I. Albans, Vt. .......L....Rutland. Vt. Albans, Vt. ................Swanton. Vt. ..........Wcst Dover, Vt. .........L.Essex, N. Y. ................Brattleboro, Vt. ...L.........................Oakland, Me. ...........New Bedford, Mass. ......L................Detroit, Mich. ..........BurlingtOn, Vt. ..........BurlingtOn, Vt. ...........NCX!'3Fk, N. ...................Pittsiicld, Mass. .......................NOftll Adams, Mass. White River Junction, Vt. AJYRON ALDEN SOLIN, TE'P, General Science"- ........ -. HENRY LEE SOPER, Ccneral Scicncf".--...L ............. .........- XVILLIAM ANCELL SPELRIAN, JR., Citvil Enginccring. ..,.., .. INIARGARET -IULIAND SPENCER, HBCP, Social Scinzcf .... - .... E ANNE- LOUISE SQUIRE, Gcneral Scic1Ice......, ..... .. ........ L .... -...- ......,........... ......... .. HELEN ELIZABETH SQUIRE, Elzmcntary Education- .... E. NIARGARET ORR STANLEY, Home Economics. .... , ..... M..- ..... .. DAVID JACOB STEINBERG, QEZ, Social Scirncr .... M ..... ........ LEOLA AJYRA STILES, Srrondary Education... ........... E XVILLIAM XVILLARD STONE, EN, Agriculture ....... - ........... ELIZABETH PAWLING STRUTIIERS, Social ScienceL..., ........ NIARY K.4TllERINE SULLIVAN, Elcmentary Educatio iz., ........... ..... . . , ........ . ARTHUR EDXVARD SUTLIFF, Civil E-ngincering..- ..... -..L ......... ..- ......... EVELYN lNlARTHA SXVEENEY, AX9, Srconrlary E1lucationL,...-..., ..... -.. .......... BETSEY AI.DEN TAX'LOR, KA9, Home Economic.v...-...- ................. RIT.-I AI.vINA THABRXULT, Home Economics... ......... INIURIEI. ANDRA TIXACIIER, Secondary Education ..... -...,. -....- ..,, ...... .... , Chicopee, Mass ................-............Llttleton, N. H ....-.....ROclIelle Park, N. I .........YVlIite Plains, N. Y ........,.....Waterbury, Vt ...- .................. Waterbury, Vt ...........EnOsburg Falls, Vt ........-...ROxbIIry, Mass .....t.....-...Middlebury, Vt .............-....-.......Springlleld, Vt ...........West Wardsboro. Vt ................-.,........XVilliston. Vt E ......... Burlington, Vt - .... ,...St. Albans, Vt lartford, Conn ................................XX'll1O0Slil, Vt .. .......... North Pomfret, V t CELIA .ADELLA TIIOblPSON, Elcmentary Ea'ucation.-I.... LN.-- .......,... .... .......... , .......... Bristol, Vt XVEBSTER SPENCER THOMPSON, E41 Econo'mic.r.--.... ..... M.- .... . ..... ,...,,...,...-... ............................ ............. E Burlington, Vt CONSTANCE ll-'IARIE ANN lvIARGUERITE TROTTIER, Elrmfntary Education. ........ L .......... L ......... ..- ..... Wilder, Vt GEORGE ARTHUR TULIN, General Scmzcr'...--..- .... -...,...-. .,..... M... ......... .-... .... LOUISE lVIARY VfXRRICCIlIONE, Elcincntary Education.-....... HORATIO PAUL XVAKEFIELD, General Scirnce'u. .... , .... --..--... IVIARGARET INDA WI-IEELER, Scconrlary Educationm.- ...... . DOROTHY XVRIGHT XVHITCOMB, Social Scicnccm ............ L ..... ..... - VIRGINIA LOUISE XVHITFIELD, Literary-Sciz1Itif12'..... ....... ..- ALICE ELIZABETH XVHITNEY, AX9 Hom: Economics, .... ,. ! CHARLES FLAGO XVIIITNEY, R., F-'P Gem-ral Science .... - .... -.. 7 ANITA LINE CLAIRE XVIEGAND, Economic: .... ...,,..., ......... M,.....n.. XVILLARD ALEXANDER XVILCOX, JR., Social Sciencr ......... . RICHARD XVILSON, ANP, Clic-niistry.. .......... . .... ,- .................... .. RUTH SARAH JOAN WIIIIETT, AEA, Econo1nics........- ..... ... ..... ... INIABEL ELIZABETH XVOOD, Literary-Scientific ......... L .......... .....L .... ....- SUSAN XVOODXVARD, Ho-me Economic: ....... .... . ............... E .. ...... .. .... ,.. GORDON KENDRICR YOUNG, Electrical Engineering.-. ....... ROBERT NIQRRISON X'0UNG, .4gricultnrr-...-..., ......... " Pre-Medical. 130 ........HartfOrd. Conn ..........Burlington, Vt ...-.,-- .... Burlington, Vt ., ..,. E ......... .. ......... Calais, Vt M .................... Longmeadow, Mass m...,...-.New Haven, Conn ...- .... E .... Springfield, VI ..- ..... - .... Burlington, Vt ...........MaplcwOod, N. J ......t....Jacksonville. Vt .- .... ....ArlingtOn, Mass .......-...L.Pittsford, Vt ..............MoIItpelier, Vt ..................-.,.Rocky Hill, Conn Craftsbury Common, Vt .........-.....,...............Starksboro. V t VITAL STATISTICS The University of Vermont and State Agricultural College, located in Bur- lington, Vermont, has a total enrollment of 1,276 students, corrected to November 6, 1936. The institution was founded by Ira Allen in 1791, in whose honor Founder's Day is celebrated each year on lX'Iay 1. Lafayette laid the corner stone of the Old Nlill, the first college building. For those interested in the statistics of enrollment at the University of Ver- mont we have included the following data. It serves to present a numerical picture of the student body in the various curricula. One might note that only one girl is enrolled in the Engineering College and only one in agriculture. Seven women are enrolled in medicine. Only two men appear under classical course and one under secretarial. No men are listed Linder special courses and only one woman. Vermont leads in representation by states with a total of 916, Massachusetts comes second with 104, New York third with SS, and Connecticut fourth with 72. Twenty states are represented at the University. The Canal Zone is represented by one student, four Canadians are enrolled, one student from China, and two from France. P BY CURRICULA Illfn lVo'rm'n Total College of Arts and Sciences: Chemistry Curriculum ................. ............ . ..... 23 6 29 Classical Curriculum n .... , ......... . ................ . ............... ..... 2 19 21 Commerce and Economics Curricula- Business Curriculum ........... - ..... , ................ , ..... .......... 5 8 3 61 Secretarial Curriculum .......................................... ..... 1 40 41 Commercial Teaching Curriculum ................ ..... 0 13 13 Department of Education ....................................... L .......... 2 4 6 General Science Curriculum ....................................,... .......... 5 3 17 70 General Science Pre-Medical Curricula ......... ... .......,.. 142 12 154 Literary Science Curriculum ................, - ......,........ .......... 1 0 66 76 Social Science Curriculum, ......... - ......... - ......,... .......,... 6 3 56 119 Secondary Education Curriculum.-. ,....... .......... 4 0 68 108 Special Courses .................... -..- .........,................. ..,. 0 1 1 Unclassified Students ......... ................ 8 8 16 Totals ........ - .................................. , ............. ........... 4 02 313 715 College of Engineering: Civil Engineering Curriculum, ......... .. ..... ........... 3 9 0 39 Electrical Engineering Curriculum ............. .......... 3 Z 1 33 Mechanical Engineering Curriculum ....... .......... 3 S 0 35 Totals ................................................ ...,.. ......,... 1 0 6 1 107 College of Agriculture: Agriculture Curricula ............... ......,... 6 9 1 70 Home Economics Curriculum... .,.............. 0 92 92 Totals ...... t ......... . ................ . ................ , ..................... .......... 6 9 93 162 Department of Education: Elementary Education Curriculum ................ ..... 5 82 87 lylusic Education Curriculum ......................... .......... 2 12 14 Totals ...................................................... ..... 7 94 101 College of Medicine: Medical Curriculum . ...... .......... 1 57 7 164 131 CLASS President- CLARENCE V. AKLEY ViCC-Pl'6SidCIlI- LOI S HOLMES 0F 1940 Treasurer- MARTIX J. BOVCHER, .IR Secretary- ELIZABETH A. COGGINS FRESHMEN EMILY LOUISE ABBOTT, Home Economics ..................,.... JAMES ClI:XRLES ADAMS, Mechanical Engineering ......... CLARENCE VERNON AKLEY, Secondary Ed-ueation ..... ..... HOYW'ARD ALFRED ALLEN, JR., ECP, Economics ...,...... -.. STUART JAMES ANDERSON, Agriculture.- ............ ,...-... JOHN ERNEST ANGXVIN, Secondary Education .......... EIIARY JARMS, Social Science .............................,..,................. WVAYNE ELBERT ARMSTRONG, Agriculture ......... -.. RICHARD TRAVIS ATKINS, General Science" ........ PAUL JOHN AUDETTE, General Science'.L ............. ...-...- .... ARTHUR RONALD BAILEY, Mechanical Engineering. ......... .... . .. ....... .. EVERETT CLARK BAILEY, Electrical Engineering.-- ........ ......... ....... ..... . . . EDWARD NOBLE BALDWIN, Economics, .... -...-. .... - .... SEYMOUR ISRAEL BAROXVSKY, General Science.- ......... LAURA EDITH BARSTOW, Ho-me Econo-mics .... . .... . ..... ,.. THEODORE SVILLIAM BARTLETT, General Science., ...... E ........ ......... GEORGE ALI-'RED BAUBY, Social Science.-- .... - ............. ELEANOR RUST BAYLEY, Econo-micJ...- ........... L ..... DXVlGIiT KELLEI' BEAL, General Science ................. S. KENDALL FORBES BEATON, Literary-Scientific... .... c. ISENRI JOHN BEAUCIIEMIN, Civil Engineering .... - LYMAN ABBOTT BEECIIER, General Science' ...... ROBERT LEYVIS BEIRNE, Econo-mic.v....- ............... ,.... NIARJORIE ELAINE BELL, Home Economics. ..... .. VICTOR RAYMOND BENzx'K, LCOIIOMICI ................. S. ........... -...- .... .. ..,. ..... ,........ EDWARD NIILTDN BERKOWITZ, TEQ, General Sciene JACK SAMUEL BERKOYVITZ, General Science ...... .......,..... . .......... HELEN LOUISE BERRY, Elementary Education .......... JEANETTE BKIURIEL BISSON, General Science". ...... . GWENDOLYN IWATIS BLANCI-IARD, ClIenI1xtry...-.... ............ - ..... ...,..... .- ..... ......... SVILLIAM LEONARD BLANCHARD, JR., General Scien MARGARET ELOUISE BODETTE, Home Economic: ........... .....,...... NIARTIN JAMES BOUCHER, JR., Social Science. .......... . JEAN ELIZABETH BREHMER, Literary-Scientific, ........ SARAH ANN BJIIGHAM, Elementary Education ..... . .... ROBERT BOLKUM BROCK, Secondary Education ...... ELEANOR BRODT, Elementary Education- ........... -.. .... ...... JOHN CHARLES BROSSEAU, Elementary Education.. ALFRED KEITII BRONVN, Social Science...., ........... - ......... ANN SOMERS BROSVN, Ho-me Economic: ......... . .............. CLARENCE EIALSALL BROWVN, General Science' ....... WILLIAM JOSEPH BUCKLEY, General Science' ....,....... EIARJORIE GLADH'S BUMP, Literary-Scientific-.. .... L ............ GERTRUDE ELIZABETH BURBANK, Elementary Edu RUSSELL FIELD BURBEE, Mechanical Engineering- ...... ROBERT BELDEN BURN, KE, General Science'... ....... -... ROBERT JOIIN BURNIIAM, JR., Civil Engineering... ..... . JEAN O1.IY'E BUTLER, Literary-Scientific.- ............. , .... -.. BARBARA JEAN CAMPBELL, Literary-Scientific .. .... ........ . .. EDWARD BALI-'OUR CAPEN, Mechanical Engineering .... GEORGE THOMAS C.-XRLETON, Economic: ....... , ..... - .............. BEATRICE JOAN CASEY, General Science"..... ...... EARL ATWOOD CASH, General Science...-.... ' Pre-Medical. 13 ............BOstOn, Nlass .........Ellcnburg, N. Y ..........LyndOnville, Vt .- .................. Burlington, Vt .....East Craftsbury, V I .... - ........................... Barre, Vt ....a..- ..... Farmington, Me West Charleston, Vt .., .... -New York, N. Y ...L .... Burlington, Vt .WOOdbury, Vt .BurlingtOn, Vt .. ...... North Bennington, Vt .- .... - ... ................. Holyoke, Mass Massena. N. Y .Newport Center, Vt ....-....Waterbu ry, Conn ..............m.PeaCham, Vt Lisbon Falls, Me South Rycgate, Vt .- ............ Pittsfield, Mass ........Pleasantville, N. Y ......-..New Haven, Conn .S ..... - ..... Jeffersonville, Vt Stamford, Conn e'- .... - .... L .......... - ........ Chelsea, Mass A ....... Greenwich, N. Y ...........Brattleboro, Vt ..........BerliII, N. H -NewpOrt, Vt ce"..-. ..L ....... Melrose Highland, Mass ..-...a-...-..VergeIInes, Vt Vllhite Plains, N. Y ,. ........... ... .... - .... . .... .. ....... Rutland, Vt , ....... Burlington, Vt ..........-......GrOtOn, Vt ..........Brooklyn, N. Y .....L..Highgate. Vt Billings, Mont - ...... Dalhousie, N. B ...........-......Rutland, Vt ....L...Bridgeport, Conn ..-... Clarendon, Vt Chelsea, Vt .W ....... Townshend, Vt catzon, ........ ... .......... ......L .... -..., ....... ........ ... ....,.......BristOl, Conn ...- .... Waterbury, Vt .........BurlingtOn, Vt - ..................... Milton, Vt .........Watertown, Mass laverhill, Mass ...................Vergennes, Vt West Dennis, Mass 4 GEORGE ELLSYVORTH CHAXNDLER, 3RD, Clzernistry ..... .. BETTY HARRIOTT CHASE, Economicx- ........ .. .............. JOHN .ALDEN CHASE, JR., Economic: ...... , .......... - ..................... RICHARD CHARLES CHIARELLO, AT, Gr-ncral Scicnce' ........ ARTHUR DEwI'I'r CLARK, Social Science ....... - .......... -.. .......... . CATHERINE CLARK, Literary-Scientific .... . .... - MARY AVIS COBB, Gcncral Sc-Ie-nce.- ......... ..... . .................................... . HERBERT WVILLIAM COBURN, AI, Electrical Erlgi-nerring,...,.... ELIZABETH ANN COGGINS, Economicx.- ............... L. ..... . .... ,. .,...... . WVILLIAM GEORGE COLE, Elrmentary Ezlucation. .......... JEAN KAY CONNOR, Economicx .................................... - ............... ROBERT BEALS CORLISS, Civil Engineering ........... IYIARY FRANCES CORYELL, Ckemixtry. ,.... -..,-....... IVLXRION LOUISE CRAIG, Social Science .................... -...- ..... EDYVARD STONE CRAM, 245 Electrical Engineering .......... .,...... BRENDA CROCKER, Social Sciencc ...... - .......... . ..... ....-. ......... - .......... R'IADEI.INE lVIARGUERlTE CROSBY, Economic5...,..... WVILLIAM FIAZEN CROSS, Q, Economics., ......... . JOSEPH EDOUARD CROTEAU, General Science".-.. RAYMOND FRANCIS D.ALEY, Gcneral Science"'.. .... - RICHARD EBWARD DANA, Agriculture. ..., MARTHA KNIGIIT DAv1n, General Science'.... LLOYD GEORGE DA!'IES, General Science' ......... EYERETT LEE DA!'lS, General Sciencr' ............ JOHN WVARE DAVIS, Social Science- .... . .... - .... - ..... . KfK1'IlERlNE EYERIL DAVIS, Home Econo-mic: ......., ROGER NIARTIN DA!'lS, Clie-mistry. .,................ --...- .......... - ..... WVILLIAM STEEL DAVISON, JR., Civil Engineering- .... L ......... ,....- .... - .... ...- ....................... Milford, Conn ......hlount Pleasant, Mich - .......... ,. ........ Newton, Mass ...........Brooklyn, N. Y ...........New York, N. Y ..........Holyoke, Mass .........Rutland, Vt ...............Newport, Vt ..........BUI'lll1gtOIl, Vt .............Qucchee, Vt - ......... -Fairtield, Vt Albans, Vt ...........Palisade, N. ...........Elmwood, Conn ........,.......L......Burlington, Vt ..,...NOrth Hyde Park, Vt ...............L...,....-.Whiting, Vt ........,.BOmbay, N. J E .... - ...... ......,. - Burlington, Vt ...- ........... - .... .Rutland, Vt ..........NOrth Pomfret, Vt .. .............. Philadelphia. Pa ........c..................Sterling, CoIm .L ........... ,.......Craftsbury CoInmoII, Vt .............m....--.mBrattleboro, Vt .........,.XVilmington, V t ...............Wilmington, Vt L. .... ,....Hanover, N. H ANTOINETTE MARIE DELARICHELIERE, Elementary Erlucatzon. ...... ................ , ........,.. -...Burlington, Vt FRANCIS MILTON DELLEFERA, General Science' .... We ......... -. ..,......... NIARGARET TIIERESE DE LANOE, Eco-nomic:...-..... KARL ERNEST DEVINE, .flgriculturem ....... ..,.... ................ . ......... - ...... -.... NIARGUERITE ELLEN DOE, Secondary Education...-..... .... - .... L ..... ALBERT DOLINSKY', General Science'....... ............,.... Q ..... I-OIS ELIZABETH DORR, Home Econo1n.ir.r... ........ MORTIRIER DUBOFF, General Science".- ..... PATRICIA DUBoIs, Social Science ...................., , .... O1'LEX' LELAND DUGRXN, JR., Gcneral Science" ........ -. ROBERT EUGENE DUNNING, General Sci:-rice' ........... LAURA CORBIN DUSTAN, Home Economic: ......... - .......... -. WVYNNE SOUTIHVICK EASTMAN, General Science'. ........ RUTH ELDRIDGE, Secondary Education .... - ..... . ................ -...-L...-....-.... .South Manchester, Conn ........-..........New York, N. Y ...........Ferrisburg, Vt .L .......... -...Bradford, Vt insted, Conn ..- .... 1 ...... Essex Junction, Vt ., ...... West Hartford, Conn ...................North Troy, Vt ...........Newport Center, Vt ...............-.....-...Bridgeport, Conn ............Craftsbury Common, Vt ................,.............Burlington, Vt . ........... - .... - .... - .... -.Wolcott, Vt GXVENDOLYN GERALDINE ERVVIN, Elementary Education ................. .. ......... Fort Covington, N. Y ROBERT FRANKLIN ESTABROOK, EAE, Mechanical Engineering ......... ............ , ...Auburndale, Mass PAUL VINCENT FAHEY, KE, Economics ...... .............................,.. - .......... NATH:KLIE RUTH FELDMAN, Social Science- ...... I'IOXVARIl FRANCIS FITZGERALD, Social Science... ..... .. EDHUND HULBURD FLAGG, Econo-mic.: ........ . ................ . ....... VELEIDRX I.oUIsE FLEMING, Elementary Education ......... ELEANOR IJALL FLETCHER, Home Economics. .... , ..... ....t..... RAY FDLEY BENTLEY FLETCHER, General Science' .......... , JEAN ELIZABETH FOSTER, Home Econo-mic: ......... L .......... - A ...,....... RUTII ELIZABETH FRISBIE, Econo-mic: .... -..L ..... FRANCES CUSHRIAN FULLER, Economics .......... WVALTER ATXVOOD GAGE, Chemixtry, .......... - .... -. INA MARY GALBRAITH, Home Economic:.....-.... ' Pre-Medical. 135 .....,....South Boston, Mass ...........New Haven. Conn ..... .... - ............... Gardner, Mass ...C ...... Craftsbury Common, Vt ...-. .......................... Bennington, Vt A ......... ..- ......... Boston, Mass .........cWcstbOro, Mass ....................Groton, Vt L ......... Westport, N. Y ...........DeLand, Fla rl in gton, Vt ............EsseK Center, Vt NIADELINE GALLO, Elf-mcntary Education ........ VIRGINIA FIARRIET GALLUP, Genrral Scirncc ............ JOYCE LIZBETII GARDNER, lflrmcntary Education. ....... . EUGENE CSASPERINI, JR., Economics... ................................. DONALD FREDERICK GERXRING, Grnfral Scirnrci. ....... RICIIARD LYNN GERKEN, Chemistry.............................. INIARILYN ELIZABETH GILE, Economic: ....... .. HERMAN GOODAIAN, Social Scicncc.- ......................... ROBERT WALLACE GORTON, 2-WP, Economics ........ . GEORGE XVILLIAM Goss, Civil En.ginccriIzg ........,...... CLAYTON FRANCIS GOUl.D, Gr-nrral Scirncc' ....... SILAS KENDIXLL GOYE, Gcncral Scirncc' ................ DONALD ANDREW GRADX', Grncral Scicncc' ................, DOMINICIQ JAMES GRAZIANO, Gcncral Scicncc' .......... . XVILLIAM INIEAD GRIFFIN, Cc-ncral Sci:-ncc', ................. L ...... GERALDINE FRANCES GRISYVOLD, Litcrary-Scifntific- ........ IVIARGARET STEELE GRISYVOLD, Elcmrntary Education ........... NIILDRED FLORENCE GUTTORhiSEN, Social Scicnrc....-..... XIVONNE LEONE HAGER, Homc Econo-micx .... -. ................. HIXZEL JEANETTE HALL, Social Scicncc ............. . ....... L .... . ............. IYIARGUERITE ADAH HALLOCK, Elrmcnlary Education.- ..... ARTHUR HARITOS, Social Scirncc..L ..,.. -..- ............ - ...... -...- ....... ....- ALICE BETSY IIARRINGTON, Literary-Scientific ......... .... GEORGE TYLER HART, ,lgnculturc ...,. -. ........ - ...... - .......... , ............... - ........ ELLIOTT FRANKLIN HAYVKINS, Mechanical Engimwring.- ...... ALICE MARY HEATII, Els-nurntary Educntion.,-...- ..................... . FRED STANLEY HEATII, Civil Engineering ....... -........- ....... IYIARCELYN KATHERINE HEATH, Litcrary-Scientific, .... L .......... SEYMOUR JEROME HECHT, TEQ, General Scicncc' ...... -..L AI-'tRSHAI.L GOULD HELYAR, General Sciencc.- ............... L. ........ INIADGE ELLEN HENDEE, Economics ....... ..-...- ..... .. ...... JEAN BRENDA IIILL, Social Scicncc...m .... .,...- .... . ...... KENNETH EDWVARD HOFFMAN, Social Scicncc ....... Lots HOLAIES, Homf Econo-mics ................. ........ ...L JOHN NlC!l0L:XS HOUPIS, Ccncrol Scicncc' ....... INIARY JANE HOWE, Elcmcntary Ezlucationun ...... . FRANCES ANNE HOWELL, Litrrary-Scicntific ..... ..- ...... ......... . .. CATHERINE CORNELIA HLVBBFXRD, Home Economics. .... ALICE BELLE HUDSON, Elc-mcntary Education ............... L.. MERRIBIAN DUNTON HULL, Elcmcntary Education ........ XVILLIAM EDXVARD I'IUNTER, KE, Social Scicncc ........ BERNICE CARLENE FIURLBURT, Ho-mc Economic: ........... DOROTHY HELEN I'IUTCl-IIN, Home Economics- .......... MARGARET ETIIELDA Inv, Elrmcntary Education ....,..... JANET LYDIA ING!-ZRSON, Economics ....... . ............................ . CHARLOTTE ADRIII IRISH, Classical .......... - ROBERT FRANCIS IRISH, xlgriculturc .......... L .....,. EDXVARD SUTER IRXVIN, Ccncral Scicncc' ....... .... GUNHILD EVELYN ISACKSON, Classical ....................... LASVRENCE ALBERT JANOFE, Gcncral Scicncc' ......... LILLIAN ADELA JAY, Elcmcntary Education ........ PAUL CALVIN JENKS, Gcncfal Scicncc".... .............. EVELYN IDA JENNISON, Elcmcntary Education ......... NIARVIN ROSS JOFFE, Gcncral Science' ........... , ......... -.. ELSIE JANE JOHNSON, Economics ....... - .... - .....,. . ............................ . FORREST ARTHUR JOHNSON, Mcclianical Engineering ...... .... ' Pre-Medical. 136 White River Junction, Vt ................................Brattleboro, Vt Vt ...Great Neck, L. I., N. Y ..................................Bristol, Conn ........BenningtOn, Vt ..........BurlingtOn, Vt ...............I'Iartford, Conn .........West I-Iaven, Conn Mass White River Junction, Vt Vt ..........................Burlington, Vt ..........FluSl1ing, L. I.. N. Y ................Red Bank, N. J Albans, Vt .........Highgate Center, Vt ...........East Walpole. Mass ..............JacksOnvillc, Vt ............Hardwick, Vt ...........Cavendisl1, Vt ,. ........... - ..... IVaterbury, Vt ..- ....... XYest Danville, Vt ...,-.NOrth Clarendon, Vt ..........-...,...Williston, Vt S .......... Barton, Vt , .... , .... -...m...BartOn, Vt A...,..Burlington. Vt ..........BrOOklyn, N. Y. .......-BOstOn, Mass ..........BnrlingtOn, Vt ......L.WintlIrop. Mass ...........Lynclonville, Vt .........MOrristown, N. J .............Keene. N. H ...........Tunbridge, Vt .................Troy, N. Y ...........NNyIll1llI1gT.Ol'l, Vt ..........BurliIIgtOn, Vt ...........Franklin, Vt ..........BUI'lI1IgIOl1, Vt ...- ..... New Haven, Vt ...........Plattsburg, N. Y ..........Burlington, Vt ...........LebanOn, N. H ............................Bristol, Vt -.-Essex Junction, Vt ..............Burlington, Vt ...............-...-.....Barre, Vt ..........New York, N. Y .....,- .............. Fairfax, Vt ........LBurlingtO11, Vt .................-Vemon, Vt ..........BroOklyn, N. Y ..........IVll10OSk1, Vt ...........TlIetfOrd, Vt ROBERT HALL JOHNSON, Secondary Education..- ,... RUTH EVELYN JOHNSON, Elementary Education ..,........ GERTRUDE ISABEL JOHNSTON, Home EcononIic.t ........... XVILLIAM Id!-IRBERT JOHNSTON, General Science' .......... ROBERT ELLIS JOIINSTONE, General Scicnce' ....... -..L ........... -.... ELIZABETH lVIARGARET JOROENSEN, Litcraqv-Scientific ............ HELEN LOUISE KEED1', Social Scirnm..- ..... ,. ......... .......... ............. . . .. HESTER KEIXOE, Economics... ............................ SETH NIORSE KELLER, General Science' ......... .... LEIOHTON CLAIR KlLlBAI.L,'EF01lU1IllC'J .............. -.. ...........,..... . ROBERT CLAYTON KINNEY, 341. General Science' .... DORIS CINDA KlNSLEX', Literary-Scientific..- ..........,.. . ........... ........ . ADAM FREDERICK KNIESTE, General Scicncc'. ........ E ..... - .... XVILLIAM PROCTOR KOCH, Civil Enginccring- ....... JOHN ANDREW IQONRADY, Economics ........ . ......... -.. JOIIN LEO KOTUBY, Civil Engineering ........ - ......,..... . ....... lX'IARGARE'l' LILLIAN LABOUNTY, Econo-mic: .......... L ........ HILDAX NIAE LADEAU, Elementary Education ........ . XVENDELL ELDON LADD, 30, General Scirnce'- ....... ....... . FLORENCE RUFII LAFAYETTE, Economic: ..... .... . .... .. ..... .... . . . CEDRIC ARTHUR LAI-'LI-DY, Agriculture. .......... - .............. XVILLIAM CAROL LANOLAS, E41 Economicx ..... ..-....- .............. .... HERIYIAN ALEXANDER LEBOW, General Sci:-nce'- .... - .... .. ......... RIARGERY ELIZABETH LEINING, Social Sciencc ...... L .... - ...... DEACY FORD LEONARD, flgricultnrr .......... . ........... . ..... REID PIAYYVARD LEONARD, .-lgricultnrc ...,................... . JAY DAXVID LESHIN, TE'I', General Science"- ..... .... .... MORRIS LEON LEYINE, TWP, Social Science ............ .E ............... - X EDN.-X CAROLYN LIESE, Elementary Education. ........ . ........ ROBERT BARTLETI' LINSLEY, General Sciencc'.. .... .. ........................... KATHLEEN ELIZABETH LOYVELL, Elementary Edncation.........--.... PAUL MA, Social Science ............ . ...................... S ..... - .................................. - CHARLES HENRY' RACCLELLAND, Social Scicncr...-...... ALLAN DALE NIACIDONALD, Social Scicnce.- ................. ..- ............ . MARY PIIYLLIS MCGOVERN, Home Econo-mics ......... -. .. .......... FRANCES RL'TH MACK, Elementary Ea'ucation....... ........ KIKTIIRYN NELDA lvl.-XCKENZIE, Elf-mrntary Education.- ....... HELEN RUTH INIAECK, Musical Education ,... - ...................... E... BEATRICE NIURIEL NIARSAC, Literary-Scientific .......,.. EDNA MAE lVIARSETT, Elementary Education ........... ELIZABETI-I SYBIL Ari.-XRTIN, General Science' ............... ROBERT TRUMAN INIARTIN, Secondary Education ......... ELEANOR AGNES NIASON, Chemi.ttry.,.... ................ A ....................... , ................ lX'lELVlI.I.E PAGE MAURICE, ZND, 3'-qt, Electrical Engineering .......... - EVINONA RIIAYER, General SCil'1lCt'!... .... . ........................................................... EUGENE JOSEPH lA'ICNIFF, General Scicnce'. .... ,. JOHN ALLAN MEIRLEM, Eff, Economic: ..................... IVIARY PASONA RIIELE, Elementary Education ....... L PAUL GORDON NIELENDY, General Science' ........., FREDERICK GORDON MELHMAN, Economic: ........... . ADRIEN XVILLIAM NIERCIER, Gcncral Scicnce' ......... ANTHONY JOHN NIICHNIIEXVICZ, .flgriculturc .......... . HENRY VAN INIIDDLEXVORTH, Economics ............,......... ROSE AGATHA RJIELE, Clanical ....................,................... -. MANUEL ALBERT MILLER, General Science". ......... .. NIARY ELIZABETH NIILLINGTON, EconomicJ....-..-. " Pre-Medical. .137 ..........Fair Haven, Vt. ..........Wells River, Vt. ...................................Barre, Vt. ..............-New Glasgow, N. S. ..................-...-..............Morrisville, Vt. ........WlIitc River Junction, Vt. .............................Amherst, Mass. ...........RutlIerfOrcl, N. J. -..M ..... L. .- ...,... Lacoma, N. H. .......-.........Lowell, Mass. E ............, Rutland, Vt. ....,...Montpelier, Vt. ............Proctor, Vt. ..........................Burlington, Vt. ............East Elmhurst, N. Y. ........-...........-....-,......Rutland, Vt. ............Manchcster Center, Vt. ..................-.................-..Fairlee, Vt. ...-......Worcester, Vt. .........Plainlield, Vt. ....-...EnOsburg, Vt. aterloo, Iowa ....-...............,...Brooklyn, N. Y. .....-...-MouIIt Vernon, N. Y. .............................SllOl'Cll3.IH, Vt. ........................Derby, Vt. ...........Ncw York, N. Y. .............Revere, Mass. ..................................ClIelsea, Vt. ........Soutlt Gardner, Mass. ..................New Haven, Vt. ...........Harbin, China ................Jol1nsOn, Vt. .. .... -Harclwick, Vt. .........Cambridge, Vt. .........Moutpelier, Vt. ilmington, Vt. ..- .... Shelburne, Vt. ........CranfOrd, N. J. ......-........SlIelburne, Vt. ...............-.....Bakersfield, Vt. ..........East Arlington, Vt. .................Burlington, Vt. ..- ...... Burlington, Vt. ............BrIstOl, Vt. ...............Peabody, Vt. ................-..........Hartford, Conn. ...............-..........Malletts Bay, Vt. - ......... Melrose Highlands, Mass. .....................................JolInson, Vt. ..........Leominstex', Mass. ..........c..........-................Bellows Falls, Vt. Rockville Center, L. I., N. Y. Vt. L.. ...... Fitchburg, Mass. . ......... Burlington, Vt. MURRAY STEVENSON R'llLLS, .lleclzauical Engineering ........... .E ................ c .... -.BurlingtOn, IVIARGARET EBIMA NIOODY, Literary-Scienti,5c.-..... ............. .... M ESTHER BEATRICE NIOORE, Elementary Education ........... ....,... . ...... . ..- .... E.,.......Fair Haven, V . EDITH GOODRICH IVIORGAN, Social Science ......... ., .................... YVILLIAM ELNIER NIORRIS, General Science'.- ........... -.. DONALD ARCYLE RJIORRISON, General Science' ............ JEAN NIARGARET lX'lORSE, Home Economic: .............. HAROLD MosKOvITz, Social Science ...... ....,...C ................. .....-. LOIS CLARISSA lV1URRAY, Elementary Education.- ......... ELIZABETH LOUISE NIYERS, Economticsac.. ..........., - .............. IEATHLEEN lx'1ARY NARAMORE, Social Science ...... -... HOWVARD FRERIONT NELSON, Agriculture ......... ..... RIARY COBB NELSON, Social Science ........ .., ....... ....... .... - . ..- ..... c..-... Vt. Waterbury Center, Vt. t i -...-..... ...........CllCSU'l1ll Hill, N ass. .. ......... .- .... . ......... Haverhill, N. H. ........SOuth Burlington, Vt. ....-.....Essex Center, Vt. ..........BurlingtOn, Vt. .............e.......Richmond. Vt. E ..,. - ..... -...BurlingtOn, Vt. ..- .... - .... ...... ...... ,. .... L O well, Vt. L ........ East Ryegate, Vt. oodstock, Vt. MAURICE LEONARD NEWTON, Mechanical Engineering. ......... ,. ...,............ C.-.......- ........ Burlington, Vt. ROBERT NICHOLS, 3RD, ET, General Sciencc'....., ..... -...- .... E ..... -. ......... - .............. . ....... Waban, Mass. RODERTA GAYLE NI5.i0CKS, Social Science .... -...- .... C ...,...... ........ - .. ........... Fort Ethan Allen, Vt. CEDRIC LOUIS NUSSBAUM, Social Science ....... ....-......... GORDON ENRICO OLIOSI, ll-Ieclzanical Engineering ..... M... ELIZABETH ORTON, Home Economic.t.--.., .... W .... - .... -.... HAROLD GORDON PAGE, Agriculture- .... .-.L .... E .... . ........ M ........ .. ELVIRA FRANCES PALERMO, Literary-Scientific. ...... .... . .. .... ..... - -...- ..... LUCIEN DEMERS PAQUETTE, flgriculture .... -...- ..... .. . PETER ERNEST PATCH, General Sciencei ..... . .... - JNIIRIAIMI VERONICA PATTON, Econornicx- ....... -..M ..... ELLIOT DAY'ID PEARL, Economic: .... - .... , ...... -....-.. L ..... ROBERT STUART PEASE, General Science'. ..... - ...... ROBERT ALARIK PETERSON, General Science' ..... -.. XVOODROXV DENIS PIKE, 11griculture...-...- ...... GEORGE PITMAN, Agriculture .......... . ..... .....- EIOYVARD LEON PLANT, Cl:emi.vtry.-....-....-... ,........ ALTA AMANDA PLULII3, Economics, ..... . ..... ......--.. EDWARD ISRAEL PORISS, General Science'.- .... -. .... . CLIFFORD CEDRIC PORTER, Agriculture-. ............... -. .. .... - .... L ......... ,.. - .......... -.... ..... - NIADELINE FLORA PUEFER, Ho-me Economics ......... JAMES ALEXANDER RAE, Clienzixtry.. .... ...., ..... . ......... ...... . .. HARRIET ELIZABETH RANNEY, Social Science- ...... ...L .... - ...... m........ LOIS ANN REDDING, Home Econo1nic.v.-...- ........... .-. l'lELEN LOUISE REED, Home ECO'1l017llC5...- ...... ....... . .c RUTH HELENE REX'NOLDS, General Scie1Ice"'..........- .... PHYLLIS GLENDEEN RHODES, Elementary Education ,... . .................. LAYVRENCE NIARTIN RICE, .lgrzculture ......... L..., ..... -..L .... - .... - ....... A .... - .... IVIARGARET E-THEL RIDDELL, Elementary Ezlucationmm ..... -.. .. .... 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EIUGH JOHN RIRPER, .4gricu1ture...e...L ...... ...- .... - .... ....- ..... . .... ....., .... . .-- .... .... E..-c.BurlingtOn, Vt. ELBERT JARIES ROBERTS, Mechanical Engineering .... . .......... E .......... . W..- ........... -..Ja.cksOnville, Vt. RICH:XRD XVALKER ROBINSON, Civil Engineering.. .... - .... E ............... . .... -... .. EDGAR FRANKLIN RUBY, Electrical Engineering..- .... M .... -..,.....,...m..-- .... . CLAIRE VIvIAN ROCK, Home Econonzics ...... ...M .... ...W ........... ......... M .... . EUCLID NELSON ROCK, Mechanical Engineering .... ,...., .... - ..... ,........- KATHLEEN MARGARET ROCK, Elementary Education ....... .. ......... ........ ...... - . ............YOungstOwn, Ohio L .... - .... -MOntpelier, Vt. ........ East Barre, Vt. .........South Barre, Vt. .............SOuth Barre, Vt. JOHN CLINTON ROGERS, General Science'-...- ................. A .......... - .................... L .... - .... E ........... Enosburg Falls, Vt. GEORGE RIIYRON ROHM, .EC01l01lll!'5......,. ........... - ................. - ........ .. ......... - ..... -.BrocktOn, Mass. MARY FRANCES RUDER, Home Economics .... - .... L ........... ........ ......... ...... .. . S chenectady, N. Y. OTIS CARL SARGENT, Agriculture ............ - ..... -.......- ...... - .......... - .. ................... South Straiford, Vt. SAMUEL EDWARD SAVIOR, General Sciencei ................ CARL HOYVARD SCHOFIELD, Elementary Education .......... " Pre-Medical. 138 ...........Springfleld, Mass. Albans, Vt. BARBARA ETHEL SCHULTS, Social Scicucc ............ RUTH HALL SEAVER, Elcnzcntary Education ........ STUART JONES SELLECK, Agriculture .............. , ...............,...... NIERILYN NIARY SEXVARD, Elcmrntary Education ......... EDITH ELIZABETH SHAFFER, Social Scicncf ........... M ................ MARTIIA COLEMAN SHAKESPEARE, Hom: Econo-mic: ........... CATHERINE Sl-IALUCXIA, Literary-Scientific ...................... - ...... BARBARA FLORENCE SHATTUCK, Economic: ........ . ........... CIIARLES HAROLD SHELDON, Agriculture' .................... .. .......... LVILLIAM DENNIS SIMONSON, Civil Enginrcring.- ........ LAXVRENCE ALBERT SIMPSON, KE, Econo-mic: ............. MARION ALICE SRINNER, Home Economics ........... EUNICE HERSEY SLAYTON, Home Economics ......... BARBARA CLAIRE SMITH, Social Scicncc .... - ................ GORDON LORD SMITH, Mechanical Engineering .............. ROBERT BENJAMIN SMITH, Elrctrical Engineering ..... -.., ................ ,. LVALTER INIERLE SMITH, JR., KE, Illcclzanical Enginccring ............ ROBERT ELLSWORTH SPAULDINO, Social Scicnccm. ............. .. .......... . JANICE TVIAURINE SI-EAR, Musical Education ............ -.... HORACE HARRISON SQUIRE, Cifvil Enginccring ........,. -. .......... . SEYMOUR STARR, Gcncral Scicncc ...... , ..., . ......... . ..... . .......... - .... . RU'rH NIARGUERITE STEELE, Secondary Education ..... 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HORACE BARCLAY VAN WYCR, Elcctrical Enginccri-ng ..........., XVILLIAM FREDERICK XIASSAR, Clzc-mixtry.. ................... ,. ............ FLORENCE ISABEL XVADE, Elcmcntary Education- ........ JOSEPH ROBERT XVAGSTAFF, Clic-mixtry ............................ GERALDINE DIARY XVALDO, Social Scicncc .................... RUSSELL SMITH VVALLIN, Secondary Education ........... ' Pre-Medical. D 139 mnford, N. J ..........TaftSville, Vt ,.......BraudOu, Vt ............SWZlI1tOI1, Vt ........Daubury, Conn ....-.......Rutland, Vt .,.........Spriugfield, Vt anaan, Vt ........Fair Haven, Vt ...,.......BurlingtOn, Vt Albans, Vt .........BI'OWI1il1gtOIl, Vt .........Hardwick, Vt ......c..........Fairfield, Conn ...........SOlll.ll Ryegatc, Vt. ...........F.sscx Junction, Vt - ....... Bloomfield, N. J Albans, Vt ....-.....St. Albans, Vt ..........Watcrbury, Vt .........,........Brooklyn, N. Y ..................-.....Spriugiielcl, Vt ....NOrtlI Strafford, N. H ............................Ncwport, Vt ...........Burlingtou, Vt ............GrOtOu, Vt .........WiudsOr, Vt ............RiClIfOrd, Vt ..........YOnkers, N. Y ...........,......Bellows Falls, Vt South XVeymOuth, Nlass .........................Brattleboro, Vt Crgcnnes, Vt ............Clarcmont, N. H ...............Burliugton, Vt ............BridpOrt, Vt ...........BurlingtOn, Vt ...........BurlingtOn, Vt .........,.WcstpOrt, N. Y rlington, Vt ...........EnOsburg Falls, Vt . ........ c ........ Burlington, Vt ...........SOuth Ryegate, Vt ...............Burlington, Vt ..........,......Milton, Vt .................Shelburne, Vt ........Bridgcport. Conn ...........NlOl1LClEl ir, N. J ........Middlebury, Vt ...........Westerly, R. I ........WilmingtOn, Vt .L ................... Bristol, Vt Dorset, Vt ...........Charlcs River, Mass .........NOrwiclItown, Conn ..... Amsterdam, N. Y NIARY ALICE WVALTER, Elementary Education ..... -. NIERLE FLAGG WVARREN, Civil Engineering. ......... --. LEON WVALTER WVATERMAN, General Science' .... , ..... . ELIZABETH LYON WVATTS, Secondary Education .... -.... L ..... GRACE AILLEEN WVEAVER, Secondary Education- .......... CHARLOTTE GERTRUDE WVEISMAN, Literary-Scientifr..- ..... IVIERLIN JEROME WELLS, Agriculture .......... .. ................ L ..... -..... .... .... M ......... ..... - .. CAROL SUSAN WVESTALL, Elementary Education ..,....... -... .. ......... M .... .... HAROLD RAYMOND XVI-ISTOVER, Civil Engineering ...... -...- L ..... ..... .... -.Burlington, Vt. ............XVaterbury, Vt ........BurlingtoII, Vt ...............JaInaica, Vt ..........Brattlcbor0, Vt ...........Roxbury, Mass ............Plainficld, Vt ..........Chicopec, Mass ... .......... Verdun, Que POWELL JOSEPH WIIALEN, Civil E1lgl11!tflllg...w .... L ............ .., .... ......... B urlington, Vt JUSTUS BALDWVIN XVHEELER, Civil E1lgl7lffflll,g .......... ..... - .M0rrisville, Vt LEE BRETTON WVHITCOMB, Social Science .................... ...- ...... .SL Albans, Vt ROBERT ELLIS WVHITE, flgriculture., ..... -.... ........... - ....................... ............. .. ........... ..... E .... . ..... . .... - E ast Ryegate, Vt ELIZABETH GERTRUDE WVHITNEY, Ho-me Economics .......... , ...... ..... W..- ..... M ......... -Montpclier, Vt JOHN SIDNEY XVHITXVORTH, .flgriculture .............. . ............. . ..... ......... - ..... - ...- .... -.WarreII, Vt ESTHER XVILCOX, Home Economics-.- ..... L..., .... -. North Thetford, Vt ALLAN RAwSoN WVILLIAMS, Chemistry.- .......... - ...... -..E ..... - ............. ........................ . Jericho, Vt HAROLD IRVING WVILLIAMS, JR., Literary-Scientifc... ..... . ........ - ....... JEAN PAUL WVILLIAMS, Secondary Education..- ...... -.... A. ..... PHYLLIS NIARY XVILLIAMS, Social Science.-- ..., - ...... ...- ..., Burlington, Vt ...-...Wardsboro, Vt .,................-Charlotte, Vt RUTH I'IELEN WVILLIAMS, Literary-Scientific.--.., ..... -.... ......... .W ......... W ......... - .... -.-Iericho, Vt DUNALD EDWVARD WVILSON, JR., General Science' ...... .. L ..... -...- ................ - .... Bristol, Vt ETHYLE RENNEE WVOLFE, Literary-Scientifc.-- .... - ......... .... .. ...- .... -BurlingtoII, Vt ALLAN YALE WVOLINSKY, General Science' .......,.... W., .... . ...... ...,........ X Vest Rutland. Vt NORNIA LOXVYN WVOODRUFF, Home Economics- .... - .... - ..... ...- .... , ..... .....-...jericho. Vt KATHERINE EMMA WVORTHEIM, Home Econo-mics ........... -.. ...... .. .... - .... Richmond, Vt JOSEPH IVIICHAEL WVYSOLMERSKI, Social Scicncc .... ,....L.... ..... ............ X Vest Rutland, Vt RoDERT LEE YouNc, Social Science .... M..- .... - .... -...- .......... -. .. ..... ,...Nantucket. 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H...H.....H....HH.. l'lARItv SUMNIIR S'rowIaRs, JR., Lilrrary-Srifnlific .... HH ..... ..HHH,H.,H.. Sx'I.vIA CnRIs'rINA S1-Rmtn, Cl1z'11Ii:try.H ...........,. HH.....H....H.H,..H. lit.INoR Lomsn SULLIVAN, Elnurritary Edumtion.H.H.H ..... H ...... ,IRAN Gtzxlavmvta SZYRIAN, Humr Eronomir: ...... H. .,,.... HH. -H .... HH..HHHH.,..H..H..... b.LIzAIaIz1-II l:s'rnI:R TAvI.oR, lzrouamIr:.,H.H..............,H ....... ..HH. ..,. H.H.H.,.H RoIaI:Rr BALDWIN TAYLQR, Illcclnmliml Eugi1Irfri1Ig,H...H. Brrrv Fxzncn TRRRIIAH, Ilamr 151-unamicr...H...HHHH....H. jnnx Eltxssr TIIAYER, Gonna! ScifIIrr...H......HHH...H...H. ....... ..........,.H...Bcllows Falls. Vt Sontlx llicytnoutlx, Mass H ,..,,..... H .......H. H. ...... H, ....... Brattleboro, V: HH..H ....,.... Vergennes, V! H .,..... Clarctnont, N. H ,H.........Bnrlington, Vt ...H ...,.. H ........H.. H..Bridport, Vt ..H..H...H........Bnrlinpton, Vt H ...H....... Burlington, Vt EARI.Is RonIaR TImIuAs, EmnomirHvH ....,.. ,H,. H .,..........H....... H ..H...H.H. ,....... .,.. .....,.. N N 'estpnrt, N. Y GRACE PIIJEANORI-: 'l'II0MAs, lfleuzrntary Ezlurnlian .,..,,.......H ...H .... H ..H... H.H ...............H. Btxrlinguxn. Vt I'lEI.EN BI.ANcIna '1'IInIIAs, Surial SrifurrH ....... HHH ..... H .... H...H.HH..H.H.H ..... H... ..... HH .,H......... ....,... E nusbnrg Falls, Vt CIIARLo'rrI: AIIIGAII. 'I'IIoAII1suN, Gnteml Stirnrc'H.H .....,. H .... H .......H.., H .......H........H........... H ........ Btrrlimzton, Vt HENRY LA't'rII.mR Tn.I.o1'soN, Grnrrnl Sciaufz'H .... RoIxER'r WI2Ixs'rI:R '1'I'I"rExIoRR, KZ, Eronuntirsm ..... H..H...H.......HH .... . l'II:I.I:N PnYI.I.Is Towns, llomz Ero:Iomir:H..H.H...HH.HH...HH..HH.HH..H.H.H. .... ..HH RICIIARII Lrzrz TRACY, EronamIr.rH..H.HH.H.H.HH.H.H ..... H .... SI-nRI.tex' Rusnx '1'IuzA'r, Literary-SrifnIilicH...H..H......... -Ionw lIARnt.n TRUAIP, Civil EngiurrriJlg...HH..H. .H....HH..H .... ...H. HH...H.South Ryugntc, Vt .H. .... H .........,. Burlington, Vt HH...H.H...H. .... H.Milton, Vt H .,.,.. H. .... .......... H .H.......H H ...,.. H ..SlIclhnrne, Vt ..H.H ......... Brldgcport. Conn H..H.HM0IItclatlr. N. vl RUTII MARY '1'tJcRIzIt, Musical EdumIiun.H H.H.H. HH. .... H.HH...H..HHH.H..H H.H. ,H .... HH ..... HH. H H.H. Middlebury. Vt CnARLr:s WIIHRUR UTTER, 345, Iiruixarnirs ..... H ...... HH.H..... ........ . . H.H H.....H,. H...HH... ..H .,.... Hwestcrly. R. I HnRAcR BARCLAY VAN Wvcx, lflsrfriml l5rIginz:riIvg.H ...H. ..,...... lYilIIIington, Vt WII.LIAI.t FREDERICK VASSAII, Chrmi.rtry..,... ..... HH..H.....H., .... ..... . HH ....... .H.H....... ............ Ftokrzxcla IsAnIsI. WARE, lilfnmllary Iidumtian .H,.. HH jusrzl-II RoIaI-:RT WAc:s'rArI-', Chrmi.vIry..H ....,.. H., HH.,HH . GI2ItAI.uINs MARY WALIIQ, Sorinl Scinrrr .,..H... H .,..........,. H.... Russnu. Snmt WALIHIN, Srcunrlary Erlucatiun.. .,.... H. .... ...H ' Pre-Medical. 139 H ......, HH..H ...,.. Bristol, Vt HH .,...... H H ...... .,.H ..,.,..... H . 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R X gp D 'B ww K ff? me X Q gas X 3 xg xg lg X f , X X XX QB? x gf X Q X gi 5 X i x 5 I 5 ff- si N, RF N v t X E 51 wg Sf 'ff 2 Q E Wg x Q Fgx ' Qi N 5 x 5 1-X Q5 X 5 if 5 xi 1 X X? fx f Q 2 ,af E 4 3 gm .359 . 5 --ev' .a " X 1 .,.. 1: -an-"W L , 13.1 7 5 fl 5 Sm Q.. 'Wk Y - - fi 55 Q., X, '35 ' KKK 3 ,Q 2 Q X i ,, i A J Q5 A x ' K V' ' :" " mi 1 4' 4 .xg 2 I xg Q I , 5 Q Q i f -1 A" S X? X M sg fy gl ,av E ui g E xx- fat .iv 3 1 -12 X is Arhh W I . , if J z , wi -X .fvcl-Q '1 J we D :wa rg Q . 121.5 E A 02: M, gas' W W Q M WW' W M W wr , Www wxwzr 2 W.. aff QM: X Wvkifamwu 4 ww ,, ' fr. 3 Ti ' 5 K f E 'X l f! ' iff? fd Q 5 0 fe -ff Q is fm 5 Em X 3 E Q s ff A 2 4 if 2, 3 ,,., S ff, gf H 5 1 , as ,pfgliif . Q! K 'if f -kzw FOOTBALL SL'MlXe'IARY The prospects for football in 1937 are brighter than usual. President Bailey has made it possible for a sum of money to be placed in the hands of the Athletic Coun- cil, which will enable Vermont not to have to play teams out of its class for the money guarantees derived from then. This step should do much to correct the football situation at the Lvniversity which has been freely criticized lately, eliminating games with schools such as Army, Dartmouth and Boston University, which in the past have meant a severe drubbing for Vermont. WILLIAMS 20-VERMONT 0 In their first game of the season Vermont lost a hard- fought contest to IVilliams at VVilliamstown by the score of 20-0. Against a team that was rated far above Ver- mont, the Catamounts made a surprisingly good showing. An indication of their stubbornness is the fact that of eleven passes of the formerly devastating air attack of C O-CA PTAIN LAW TON the victors, six were intercepted, while five fell incomplete. Ross, co-captain of the Catamounts, received a severe knee injury a few minutes after the game started. THIRD ROW: BERRY, FARRELL. WHITCOMB, 1-IOWE, HOWARD. STONE. PLUMB, HUSING, WOLINSKI. MANAGER SWIFT 1I'LOND ROR COACH SABO, O'NEIL, LEVINE. PRIOR, CARPENTER, SUNDERLAND, JONES, JUSKIEWICZ, BEDFORD, LITSKY, LIPSKY, ASSISTANT COACH CREI-IAN FRONT ROW: WHEELER, I-IOLLEY, TROTTIER, BEDELL. ROSS, LAWTON. MCINERNEY, McMILLAN, CANNON, KING I 149 1 DARTMOUTH 56-VERMONT 0 The Vermont Catamounts, far outclassed by the Big Green of Dartmouth, went down to a S6-0 defeat. The Hanover team used a be- wildering lateral passing attack that the Green and Gold could not cope with. Although Ver- mont made no lirst downs, the team maintained their precision and poise throughout. Co-cap- tains Ross and Lawton both were unable to play because of knee injuries. BUDZYNA SUNDERLAND CULBY 13-VERMONT O A crippled Vermont eleven, playing in a sea of mud, lost to Colby College at VVater- ville, Me., by the score of 13-O. Colby scored on the third play of the game on an off-tackle smash and in the fourth quarter on a 35-yard forward pass. Six Vermont regulars were unable to compete because of injuries, this costing the Catamounts their usual offensive power. 150 - FOOTBALL SUMMARY The prospects for football in l937 arc brighter than usual. President Bailey has made it possible for :i sum of money to be placed in the hands of the Athletic Coun- cil, which will enable Vermont not to have to play teams out of its class for the money guarantees derived from then. This step should do much to correct the football situation at the University which has been freely criticized lately. eliminating games with schools such as Army, Dartmouth and Boston l'niversity, which in the past have meant a severe drubbing for Vermont, WILLIAMS 20-YliRMON'l' 0 In their lirst game of the season Vermont lost a hard- fought contest to Williams at Williamstown by the score of 20-0. Against a team that was rated far above Yer- mont. the Cataunounts made a surprisingly good showing. An indication of their stubbornness is the fact that of m'm"TMN "'lllT0N eleven passes of the formerly devastating air attack of the victors, six were intercepted, while hve fell incomplete. Ross. co-captain of the Catamounts, received a severe knee injury a few minutes after the game started. 'l'lllRl7 ROW: BERRY. F.-KRRICLI.. Wlll'l'COMB. HOWIC. HOWARD. STONE. Pllllllli, IIUSING. WOLINSRI. MANAGER SWIFT IQUIYII ROW: COACH SAND. U'NEli,. l.liYlNli, PRIOR, UARPENTIAIR. Sl'NDliRLAND, JONES. IUSKIHWICZ, BEDFORD. Ll'l'SK'l'. LIPSKY. ASSISTANT COACH CREIIAN FRUXT ROW: WllIilil.l'IR, IIOLLIEY. 'l'ROTTll".R. BED!-1l.l.. ROSS. LAWTON. Mt'lXl'1RNEY, NrMll,l.XN. CANNON. KING 149 UNION S-VERMONT 0 For tl1e fourth time in as many starts, the Vermont football team went down to defeat, this time by the score of 8-0, at the hands of Union at Schenectady on a mud-soaked gridiron. Union scored their lone touchdown in the first quarter on a 36-yard run. The safety came in the fourth quarter on a poor center pass. The Catarnounts showed little offensive power, Budzyna starring on the defense by blocking two punts. 151 o'NE1L BEDFORD NEW HAMPSHIRE 54-VERMONT 0 Not even the return of Lawton, Sunder- land, Bedford, Lipsky and O'Neil to the Vermont line-up proved suflicient to stop the onslaught of the New Hampshire eleven, as they decisively whipped the Catamounts in their first home game 54-0. New Hamp- shire sporting unusual passing, supplemented by an alert running attack, scored in every period. AMHERST 48-YERMONT 0 The Amherst eleven carried too much power for the Catamounts, scoring twice in every period except the third at Centennial Field.. They also held Vermont to a single hrst down, the Green and Gold never threatening throughout the entire contest. 15 VERMONT 13-NORWICH 6 Before the largest home crowd of the season, Vermont trounced her perennial rival, Norwich, 13-6. Norwich scored first on a sustained march of over 50 yards, but the Green and Gold re- taliated immediately with a 40-yard touchdown pass from Sunderland to Budzyna. Again at the opening of the second half Vermont counted. After Sunderland had passed to Budzyna for 20 yards, Jones went around end for 12 yards to score. Lawton starred on the defense for the Catamounts. Y G HOLLY Bizoizu. 2 MIDDLEBURY 20-VERMONT 0 Before a crowd of 4,000 spectators at Porter Field, Vermont failed to mar the perfect record of lN'Iiddlebury, going down to defeat by the score of 20-0. For the first half Vermont decidedly outplayed their highly touted rivals, but just be- fore the gun the Panthers scored on a gambling 68-yard forward pass. This play seemed to change the entire aspect of the game, and although the Green and Gold fought hard, hliddlebury scored twice more, once in the third period and again in the fourth, both times on deceptive running plays. HUSING HOWARD 15 4 J 'TRINITY 33-VERMONT 0 This game came almost as an anti-climax to the Vermont football season, the Catamounts losing to Trinity at Hartford, Conn., by the score of 33-0. Trinity was rated far above the Green and Gold and scored in every period, while Ver- mont's most effective weapon was the forward passing of Sunderland. FBESIIDIAN F 00TBALL SEASON'S RECORD V. O. Oct. 16. Norwich Freshmen ..................................................... .....,... 2 7 0 Oct. 24. Green Mountain Junior College ............. ......... O 12 Oct. 31. Vermont Junior College ............................ ......... l 3 0 'Nota 11. hffiddlebury Freshmen ....................... ......... 7 13 'W Home game. OFFICERS Coach-P. CREHAN Captain-L. C. KIMBALL .Manager-E. R. RICKER SUMMARY hVl1CI1 the Vermont Kittens finished their football season they had a very creditable offering to present. At the beginning of the season the make-up and the size of the squad was not too promising. However, by the first game Coach Crehan had welded a strong, well-balanced team. They demonstrated their power by defeating the Norwich freshmen by the score of 27-0. The breaks of the game decided the next one, which they lost 12-0. The frosh then came back to hand Vermont Junior College a 13-O setback. The Kittens Wound up their season against the hfiiddlebury freshmen, who defeated them 7-13. SECOND ROW: MICHNIEWICZ. ROCK, ROBINSON, RIPPER r FRONT ROW: STONE, BOUCHER, KIMBALL, GORTON. UTTER, ACKLEY 155 BASKETBALL OFFICERS 1936-37 Coach-JoHN P. S.-mo Afanager-J. T. XVEBSTER C a ptai 11-ROTATING F rexlz man .Manager-F. H. TRUAX flrseistautZllatnagerr-E. R. HOWARD A. M. CATE OFFICERS 1937-38 Coach--JOHN P. SABO Captain-G. W. HOWARD coscn siuso MRN.1xoRR WEBSTER 1ManageT-E- R- HOWARD F reyhman lllauager-E. M. CATE SUA.1h1ARY' .flxristavzt .Managerx-L. D. PIERCE Y 1 h NI. ROSENTHAL Vermonts senior five, composed of Tornassetti, Duncan, Reed, Shaw and Parker, won ten out of fourteen contests to snatch the state basketball cham- pionship from the hands of hiiddlebury and establish themselves as one of the finest basketball teams in New England. Their only losses included twodefeats by Dartmouth, one at home and one at Hanover, both by very close score, one defeat by VVesleyan, the third game on a three-day trip without Tomassetti, and one setback by Spring- field, last year's New England champs, after lead- ing in the Final minutes of play. TOM XSSl"I'I'I SEASON'S RESULTS Dec. Dartmouth ......... Dec. St. NIichael's Dec. Dartmouth ......... Dec. Trinity ................... Dec. VVesleyan ............. Jan. Norwich ................ Jan. Nliddlebury ........ Feb. Springfield .......... Feb. Rensselaer .......... Feb. St. Michaels.. Feb. New Hampshile Feb. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Feb. Nliddlebu ry . ....... lN'Iar. Norwich , .......... . DARTMOUTH 34-VERMONT 29 In the opening game of the season the Big Green in- vaders managed to eke out a 34-Z9 win over a hard- lighting Catamount ive. It was Reed who led the Ver- mont attack, scoring 14 points on shots from all angles of the court. At half time the score was tied at 15-15. Even though it was their first game of the season, Ver- mont showed themselves a well-drilled quintet. q The quick break, coupled with a shifting zone defense, charac- terized the Catamounts' style of play. Tomassetti and Duncan also were outstanding on the Vermont team, with their excellent operation of the quick break, and with their quick shifting. VERMONT 40-ST. MICHAEIJS 20 Led by Duncan, Tomassetti and Shaw, Vermont trounced St. lN'Iichael's in their iirst state contest by the score of 40-20. Against a shorter but hard-fighting team the Catamounts had rolled up a lead of 24-8 at half time, DUNCAN and even though St. Mike,s rallied to bring the count to 31-19, Vermont won easily with their substitutes in the game. Duncan scored 13 points, most of which were follow-up shots, while Tomassetti accounted for ll. THIRD ROW: CANNON, LEE, YOUNG, BAILEY, WARDEN SECOND ROW: MANAGER WEBSTER, VAN DYCK, LIPSKY, HOWARD, WIMETT, LIPSKY, COACH SABO FRONT ROW: NICHOLSON, SHAW, PARKER, DUNCAN, REED, TOMASSETTI' 157 DARTMOUTH 47-VERMONT 38 Cottone's deadly shooting from the sidelines, Where he scored 16 points for Dartmouth, proved disastrous for Ver- mont, as they were defeated 47-38 in a hard-fought game at Hanover. Tomas- setti and Reed led the Vermont attack, scoring 20 points between them. VERMONT 39-TRINITY 36 Vermont trailed 31-30 with ten minutes of play remaining, and it was Tomassetti, playing the most brilliant game of his career, who led the Catamounts over this obstacle to a 39-36 victory. Tomassetti scored six fouls and six baskets for a PARKER SHAW total of 18 points. VERMONT 20-WESLEYAN 39 A tired Vermont team, minus the services of their star forward, Tomassetti, who had strained his Wrist the night before, did not have the punch to stop a sharp-shooting VVesleyan basketball team and were defeated 39-20. It was in the first half that Wesley'an, paced by Haven, who shot five long field goals, put in its most devastating work, leading 22-8 at intermission. Nicholson substituted for Tomassetti. 158 I VERMONT 39-NORWICH 24 George Shaw scored 14 points to lead Vermont to a decisive 39-24 win over the Norwich Cadets. The game started slow, neither team finding the range well, and at the half the score stood 14-7. However, with their zone defense almost impenetrable and with long shots dropping with regularity the Catamounts could not be denied the second half. VERMONT 48-MIDDLEBURY 23 Tomassetti, who again and again broke through the Middlebury defense for short shots, and Shaw, who sank four baskets from midcourt, were a combination that Middlebury could not cope with. Against a reorganized zone defense the hffiddmen, with the exception of Anderson, were helpless on the offense as well. Vermont led at the half 26-10 and finished under wraps. SPRINGFIELD 41-VERMONT 32 A 31-30 lead with six minutes of play remaining was insufficient to save the Catamounts from losing a hard-fought contest to Springfield, last yearis New England champions, by the score of 41-32. Springfield led at the half 23-18. 159 HOWARD REED VERMONT Z9-ST. MICHAEL'S 27 St. lN'Iichael's fought desperately for a tie in the state basketball race, but on their home court, on a step shot on a quick break by Tomassetti, Vermont managed to nose them out 29-27. Vermont led at the half and seemed to have the game well in hand, when St. Mike's returned to the floor like a whirlwind, and led by Herbert changed the score to 27-24 in their favor. At this point Reed scored on a long shot while Tomassetti added the finishing touch. NICOLSEN LIPSKY VERMONT 40-R. P. I. 23 The engineers from R. P. I. invaded Vermont only to meet a team with an alert shifting zone defense and with set plays that again and again accounted for scores, and left at the wrong end of a 40-23 score. Reed was high point man for the Catamounts, scoring 11 points, mainly on quick breaks. VERMONT 40-NEW HAMP- SHIRE 36 Vermont jumped into an early lead which was almost immediately counter- acted by five baskets by VVinter, New Hampshire substitute. New Hampshire again took the lead ZS-27, with eight min- utes of play remaining. This time, how- ever, Duncan and Tomassetti together proved too much for the home team, Ver- mont winning 40-36. 160 VERMONT 47-M. I. T. 29 Don Parker, Vermont guard. led the Vermont Catamounts to a convincing 47-19 win over IX-1. 1. T. at Boston as he scored 11 points, ably assisted by Reed and Tomassetti. The Catamount attack was irresistible, every set play working to perfection. The reserves finished the game, led by Nicholson, who accounted for 6 points. VERMONT 38-MIDDLEBURY 27 In the last home game of the year Ver- mont's senior combination climaxed their three seasons of play together by defeat- ing lX'1iddlebury for the second time by the score of 38-27. The Catamounts went in to the lead at the outset and were never headed, the score at half time being BAILEY LITSKY 24-12. VERMONT 30--NORW ICH 20 The undisputed champions of the state basketball title scored their sixth consecutive win to defeat Norwich 30-20 at Northfield. XVith Nicholson playing in Tomassettfs place, it wasn't until the second half that Vermont opened up, the score at the half being S-2 in favor of the Horsemen. Reed led the Vermont attack in the second half, scoring 10 points. 161 4 ,e 4 FIIESIIDIAN BASKETBALL RESULTS ' V. O. Elan. 12. Green hflountain Junior College ............... ............ 1 6 36 is-Ian. 15. Vermont Junior College ............................... ,........... 2 Z 24 9"Feb. 6. Phi Delta Theta ........................................... ............ 3 4 10 'Feb 13. Amsterdam High School ............................ ............ 4 0 18 Feb. 16. Green hlountain Junior College ............... ............ 2 5 32 Feb. 22. Vermont .lunior College ........,...................... ............ 2 0 30 'K' Home games. OFFICERS ' Coach-J. P. SABO Captain-H. BEAUCHEINIIN 13ld7Zdgf?7'-F. H. TRUAX SUMlN'IA RY The Kittens opened with Green Nlountain Junior College, losing by the score of 36-16. Three days later they dropped a 24-22 heart-breaker to Vermont Junior College. After exams they came back to beat Phi Delta Theta fraternity impressively 34-10. A Week later, still playing the same aggressive ball, they handed Amsterdam High School a 40-18 setback. Green Mountain Junior College then defeated them a second time by the score of 25-32. They wound up their season against Vermont Junior College, who again jolted them with a 20-30 defeat. SECOND ROW: MANAGER TRUAX, DAVIS, HAWKINS, HART, WARREN FRONT ROW: RAE, AKLEY, BEAUCHEMIN, ALLEN, BAUBY 163 COACH GARDNER MANAGER POND SUMMARY OF SOUTHERN TRIP This year Vermont defeated Quantico hflarines twice and downed Navy 5-4 to win three of eight games on their annual southern trip to complete their most suc- cessful invasion in several years. hlar. 27. Nlar. 28. Nlar. 30. Nlar. 31. 1 2 Apr. 3. Apr. 4. Apr. 6. Apr. 7. Apr. 24. 25 h-'lay 1. hvlay 2. 1X-'lay 6. May 9. May 12. May 14. May 16. lN1ay 20. Nlay 23. hilay 29. C.xPT.uN HALLINAN May 30. A p r. . A pr. . Ap r. . BASEBALL, 1936 OFFICERS 1936 Coach-L. GARDNER Captain-E. A. FUNK rllazzagef'-E. L. NVERVOORT f1'x:i.rta'nt .Managerx-P. E. POND H. STANLEY Frexhma n Ill ana ger- R. BELLOXVS 1937 Coach-L. GARDNER Captain-H. HALLINAN illanager-P. E. POND Assixtant Managers- S. EDXVARDS VV. C. VAN DYCK Freylzman 111 anager-H. STANLEY SEASON'S RESULTS v O. Y . Vlfilliam and hlary at Yvilliamsburg ...... 10 1 VVilliam and hlary at Vlfilliamsburg ...... 10 9 6 5 Randolph-Macon at Ashland ........................ Univ. of Virginia at Charlottesville ...... 14 4 Univ. of Virginia at Charlottesville ...... 4 2 Univ. of Maryland at College Park ...... Rain George YVashington at Vlfashington ...... 9 5 Navy at Annapolis ................................................... 0 3 Princeton at Princeton ....................................... Rain Columbia at New York .............. ...... R ain Colgate at Ha1nilton ................. ....... 7 3 Hamilton at Clinton ........................... ....... l 6 St. hf1ichael's at Burlington ............ ....... 1 O 6 VVilliams at YVilliamstown .............................. 2 1 Norwich at Northfield .......................................... 7 3 VVilliam and B-'Iary at Burlington ............ 6 4 Dartmouth at Hanover ....................................... 4 3 hfliddlebury at lXf'1iddlebury .............................. 0 1 New Hampshire at Burlington ..................... 8 3 Norwich at Burlington .......................... ....... 8 3 Middlebury at Burlington .............................. 4 6 St. lX"Iichael's at Winooski Park .................. 1 8 Dartmouth at Burlington .................... ....... 1 4 13 164 SOUTHERN TRIP The Catamounts met Vililliam and Mary as their first opponents at YVi1liamsburg, Va., after two days of travel- ing south. Russ Sunderland, making his bow in collegiate circle, pitched good ball for the Green and Gold, but YVilliam and hfary, capitalizing on Vermont errors, hit in the pinches to overwhelm Vermont 10-1, scoring ten runs with as many hits. The Vermont batting was weak, Jack Hart collecting three of the five safeties for the Catamounts. The next day against the same aggregation Vermont was again nosed out by the count of 10-9. Once again the Catamounts, lack of batting punch cost them a victory, when, after filling the bases in the ninth inning with only one out, only one run scored, that being forced in by a walk. Stretch Kirley hurled for Vermont, being relieved by Bedell in the seventh. After resting Sunday, Vermont encountered Randolph- Macon at Ashland, Va. Bedell got off to a poor start when Randolph-Macon scored 4 runs in the second inning, his fine work during the rest of the fray proving fruitless, even though Captain Funk came through with four fine hits in hve trips to the plate. The final score was 6-5. On Tuesday, at Charlottesville, the University of Virginia carried too much power for Budzyna and Sunderland, sophomore Catamount hurlers, who walked seven and gave eleven hits, for a total of I4 runs, while Vermont was collecting 4 runs from Ayres, opposing hurler. Against the same team the following day, despite a masterful three-hit pitching performance by Kirley, the Vermonters went down to a heart-breaking defeat by the score of 4-2. Andy Werner collected three - BEDELL SECOND ROW: MANAGER VERVORT, WIMETT, SUNDERLAND, BEDELL, SHAW, HART, HALLINAN FRONT ROW: BEADLE, KISNWORTHY, WILLIAMS, COACH GARDNER. DEGREE. CAPTAIN FUNK, KIRLEY, JOLY 165 hits for the Catamounts, but NVilliams grounded out with the bases filled in the seventh to end scoring. On Thursday the University of Maryland game was called because of rain, the team embarking to the Nation's capital, where they met George Yvashington University. Once again poor batting in pinches spelled defeat for Vermont as they outhit their rivals 9-8, but bogged down to a 9-5 defeat. Bedell pitched this game for the Catamounts, with two big innings, the first and the third, when George YVashington scored six runs, being the margin of defeat. Seemingly tired of being beaten, a rejuvenated Vermont nine turned the tables on Navy, and at the same time brought their trip south to a fitting climax by trouncing the Midshipmen 3-0. Led by Jack Bedell, who allowed only three scattered hits, the Catamounts were invincible, playing errorless ball in the field. Rain caused the last two games with Princeton and Columbia to be called off, and the Vermont team returned to Burlington on Wednesday. ' COLGATE 7-VERMONT 3 Jack Bedell held the Red Raiders at his mercy, pitching shut-out ball until the seventh inning, when he weakened. Russ Sunderland was sent to his aid with no avail, as Colgate scored seven runs in the remaining two innings to down Vermont 7-3. Budzyna starred at bat, knocking in all of the Catamount runs. 166 VERMONT 6-HAMILTON 1 Kirley's four-hit pitching performance, matched with a homer and a triple by Captain Funk, were too much for the Hamilton College nine, who bowed to the Catamounts by the score of 6-l. Vermont's big inning was the fifth, when they scored four runs, allowing Kirley to breeze home to an easy victory, striking out twelve men en route. ST. MICHAEL'S 10-VERMONT 6 The Catamounts dropped their first home game to St. Michael's by the score of 10-6. Even though they displayed batting power, Vermont left fourteen men stranded on the bases. Thus the early lead was wiped out as I-Iurley's great relief pitching held them powerless for the last six innings. Sunderland started the pitching assignment for Vermont but was replaced by Bedell in the fifth inning. ' WILLIAMS 2-VERMONT 1 In an old-fashioned pitchers battle, Kirley, ace Vermont hurler, bowed to a superior performance by Fuchs of Williams by the score of 2-1. Fuchs allowed Vermont only two hits in nine innings, While VVilliams found Kirley for five. Vermont's score came in the ninth inning when YVilliams, after Walking, scored on Degree's hit to right field. In the seventh Kirley squelched a W'illiams uprising by striking out the batter with bases loaded. 167 NORW ICH 7-VERMONT 3 In a game marred by seventeen errors, the Norwich Horsemen downed the Catamounts 7-3. Bedell pitched for Vermont and allowed but eight hits. How- ever, a fluke homer by Fernandez of Norwich in the second inning allowed four men to cross the plate, which served to be the margin of victory. Degree collected three hits in four times to the plate for Vermont. WILLIAM AND MARY 6-VERMONT 4 The IVilliam and IX'Iary Indians downed a revamped Vermont team by the score of 6-4, on two hits to right field for four bases, one an error, the other a grass-cutter which hopped over Captain Funl-is head. Kirley pitched fine ball for Vermont, allowing only three earned runs, while Sunderland and Budzyna hit triples. DARTMOUTH 4-VERMONT 3 The Catamounts outhit and outplayed the Big Green, but through a wild pitch in the hfth by Bedell, which set the stage for two Dartmouth runs, they were defeated by the close score of 4-3. Kenworthy collected three hits for Vermont, one of them a triple, and scored all of the Catamount runs. s mths . .t 168 VERMONT 1-MIDDLEBURY O In a tight pitchers' battle on a cold, rainy day at Porter Field, Vermont downed the lvliddlebury Panthers 1-0 on an outstanding pitching performance by Jack Bedell, relieved by Kirley in the ninth. Kirley entered the game with one out and men on second and third bases. He struck out the first batter to face him and forced the second to ground' to first base. Sunderland collected both of the Vermont hits, while Bedell made the winning run, scoring on a wild throw by the Panther third baseman. NEW HAMPSHIRE 8-VERMONT 3 The effective pitching of VVeir of New Hampshire held Vermont to four hits and three runs, as New Hampshire collected eight runs with as many hits from the offerings of Sunderland and Kirley. Five Vermont errors in tight situations enabled four of the opponents' runs to cross the plate. Hallinan, Funk and lVilliams drove in the Catamount runs in the eighth and ninth innings. NORWICH 8-VERMONT 3 Vermont's three runs in the first inning at Centennial Field were all that they were destined to get, while Norwich scored eight in the next five innings on ten hits. Kirley was unable to hold down the Cadets and was relieved in the fifth by Bedell. Funk and Williams both hit triples for the Catamounts. 169 VERMONT 6-MIDDLEBURY 4 Vermont turned the tables on their string of losses and came back to down hliddlebury 6-4. Bedell pitched for the Catamounts and allowed only six scattered hits. In the meantime Vermont collected three runs in the first and two more in the eighth, to put the game away on ice. Hart and Sunderland starred at bat for Vermont, the former collecting three hits in four trips to the plate. VERMONT 8-ST. MICHAEL'S 1 Kirley allowed but five scattered hits and struck out eight as Vermont downed St. Michael's at VVinooski Park by the score of S-1. Vermont led throughout the contest, with VVilliams starring on the olfense by hitting a triple and three singles. DARTMOUTH 14-VERMONT 13 In the season's most spectacular game, Vermont, after coming from behind to make nine runs in two innings, bringing the score from 11-4 in favor of the visitors to 13-11, were finally overpowered by Dartmouth 14-13 in a last-inning counter attack. Vermontls rally came in the fifth inning, when they scored seven runs, Kenworthy capping the climax with a home run with bases loaded. Bedell and Kirley pitched for the Green and Gold. 170 FBESIIDIAN BASEBALL OFFICERS C 0dCll-HOXN'ARD A. PRENTICE 11-Ianager-JOHN BELLows Honorary Captam-JOSEPH MCDONOUGH SCHEDULE ' Y V. O. "inlay 2. Green hffountain Junior College .......... ...... 1 5 'hfiay 6. Nfontpelier Seminary ................................ ........... 1 2 3 'fhflay 14. Spaulding High School ................... ................ S 1 hflay 16. hflontpelier Seminary ................................ ...................... 2 2 0 1X-'Iay 23. Camp Smith CVVaterburyj ......................... ........................... 1 0 4 May 26. Green lylountain Junior College .............. ............ C Sthj 3 3 h-'Iay 30. Dartmouth Freshmen .................................. ...................... 1 13 ' Home games. The frosh dropped their first game of the season to Green hffountain 5-1, but came back and won five consecutive games before losing the final to a very high- powered Dartmouth frosh team 13-1. The freshmen reached the peak of their season when they beat a strong Spaulding High outfit 8-1 and then continued their drive by completely overpowering hffontpelier Seminary 22-O. In the final check-up it was found that McDonough and Nicholson had batted over .400, lylinckler had proven an excellent outfielder, and Swartz's dependable pitching backed by a snappy keystone combination of Berry and McDonough had turned in some notable performances. SECOND ROW: MANAGER BELLOWS, ixficnm, HARMON. BERRY, K13u.EY. Youxo, KILLORAN, mrz, LIPSKY, MARTIN 1 P - f COACI RIIIXTICE FRONT ROW: NICHOLSON, ILINSKY, McDONOUGII, LEVINE. CLIFFORD. SCHWARTZ, MINCKLER, CERUTTI 171 TRACK, 1936 OFFICERS 1936 Co-raptainf-A. H. Ross H. F. TRUDE.-xu Manager-P. CRAIG .f-1':.riyta11t .Manageri- R. D. Domi C. A. MCCUIN Coach.-A. T. Pos'r COACH PosT MANrxGER DoPP 1937 Co-captaim-A. H. Ross VARSITY TRACK H. A. NIACNIILLAN V. O. fl-lanager-R. D. Dom' "Apr: 25. Colby ....... .., ........ 61 73 f4f5i5m"'t Manage'-'T 'klay 2. N01-wich ...,.,.................... - .......... ............ 1 oo 25 'Mav 9. Union ........ - ......................... .. ............ ............ 8 91 36x May 16. Eastern intercollegiates. A A Coach-A' T' POST May 23. Middlebury ................. R ....... u ...... ............ 9 OM 44f6 " Home games SUMMARY l COACAPTAIN McMILLAN Under Coach Post the University of Vermont track team won two of its four regularly scheduled meets and finished sixth in the annual intercollegiates held at Rhode Island State. Trudeau and Ross, co-captains, were the chief scorers. Trudeau in the high jump and low hurdles and Ross in the weight throwing proved themselves out- standing in every meet of the season. Lamson and Jenks were the leading distance men, while Davis and Lehrer fought it out in the half mile. Jones and MacMillan in the 440, and Laplant and Budzyna, and Pratt in the field events were consistent scorers also. Coach Post deserves a great deal of credit for develop- ing a successful, well-balanced team from what was ad- mitted to be, at the outset, just a group of inexperienced men, backed by a few dependable veterans. Vermont placed second in the State by defeating Norwich and by losing to a very strong Nliddlebury team. 172 COLBY 73-VERMONT 61 A Under the handicap of strong winds and cold weather, Colby outpointed the Vermont track team 73-61 in the closest meet of the season. The features were the mile and the two-mile runs, Won by Capt. Cliff Veysey of Colby. Veysey clipped six seconds from the state record in the mile run to win easily in 4:31.4, and breezed home handily in the two-mile in the excellent time of 1O:4. Colby scored eight firsts and eleven seconds to Ver- mont's seven hrsts and seven seconds. Trudeau of Ver- mont was high point man, accounting for 13 of the Cata- 1'1'1OLlnt total, while Ross, his teammate, annexed I0 points. Davis of Vermont won the half-mile while Pratt won the pole vault. Ross captured the discus throw as well as the hammer throw. Trudeau,s leap of 5 feet 6 inches gave him a first place in the high jump. Veysey is one of New England's outstanding distance runners and his performance, with the handicap of bad weather, is to be commended. It was in this close meet more than any other that the weakness of the Catamounts in the Sprints showed up, the few points lost here being the margin of the Colby victory. CO-CAPTAIN ROSS THIRD ROW: LAPLANT, RICE, SUITOR, MCINERNEY, MCMILLAN, HOUGHTON, CROSS, CATE SECOND ROW ASSISTANT MANAGER MCCUIN, NOYES, LAMSON, ROSS, COACH POST, TRUDEAU, PRATT, WEBSTER, ASSISTANT MANAGER DOPP FRONT RONV: DULEY, LEHRER, INIANAGER CRAIG, GILIXIAN, VVEIDEMAN Q VERMONT 100-NORW ICH 25 Trudeau, Vermont co-captain, led his team to a con- vincing win over Norwich, compiling a total of 13 points, while Ross, MacMillan, lX"1ilt Jones and Laplant each accounted for 8 of the Catamountsl 100 points at Centen- nial Field. The Norwich total was 25 points. Trudeau leaped 5 feet 10 inches to capture the high jump, as well as breasting the tape in the 220 low hurdles. Jenks of Vermont came through with a fine sprint to win the mile run, while the smooth-striding Davis was at Lehrer's heels as he captured the half-mile event. It was the same story in the 440 for Vermont, h'1acMillan trail- ing Jones by a step as he crossed the finish line. Rice of Vermont captured first place in the 120-yard high hurdles as Lamson finished off neatly by winning the two-mile run by almost half a lap. In the field events, Vermontis superiority was even more marked, as Noyes won the hammer throw, Laplant the javelin and Ross the discus. MacMillan captured the broad jump, while Pratt of Vermont and Hatfield of Nor- wich deadlocked in the pole vault at ll feet. UNION 802-VERMONT 362 By winning all but one running event the Union track squad decisively whipped the Vermont track team by the score of 892-362. Altogether they captured nine out of twelve events, but made a clean sweep in only two of them. Co-captain Trudeau breasted the tape in the 220-yard low hurdles, while Budzyna of Vermont rushed over to toss the javelin, between playing baseball and pole vaulting, taking one toss that traveled 182 feet for a new school record in the event. lNIacMillan won the broad jump for Vermont. EASTERN INTERCOL- LEGIATES The eastern intercollegiates were held at Rhode Island Uni- versity with Rhode Island amass- ing 622 points to win. Vermont scored 10 points, finishing in sixth place. lVIaclVIillan won sec- ond place in the broad jump, with Co-captains Ross and Tru- deau finishing second in the dis- cus throw and high jump, respec- tively. Lamson procured the re- mainder of of the Vermont points by taking a fourth in the two- mile run. Davis and Pratt also made the trip for Vermont. 174 M IDDLEBURY 902-VERMONT 44M Ten first places and nine second places enabled Middle- bury to defeat the Vermont track team 9093 to 44-M at - Porter Field, hfliddlebury. The victors made a clean sweep in the mile and the shot put, and placed first and second in five other events. Co-captain Ross of Vermont divided the high scoring honors for the day with Williams, McLean and McFayden of hfliddlebury. Ross captured two first places, winning the hammer throw and the discus throw. Pratt of Vermont won the pole vault with the highest jump of his career, while Lamson finished first in the two-mile run for Vermont, lapping the last man as he finished. Budzyna captured the only other Vermont first place with a javelin throw of 175 feet 10 inches. Trudeau, Vermont, and VVilloughby, Middlebury, deadlockecl in the high jump. TRACK OUTLOOK The outlook for the 1937 track season at Vermont is bright. This spring the annual intercollegiate track meet will be held at Centennial Field in Burlington. The straightaway of the running track will be widened and several improvements will be made on the track in general in order to accommodate the athletes of the fifteen odd competing colleges and universities. It is a great honor for Vermont to be recognized to this extent, and this enterprise should do much toward further- ing interest in track at the University. This spring under the able tutelage of Coach Post, such frosh track men as Carlson, Jones and Gomez should develop into fine sprinters and fill this weak spot. Ross, Laplant, Budzyna, Noyes and Trudeau, all lettermen in the field events, will also return this spring. Lamson, Lehrer, Russell and Jenks, all veterans in the d i s t a n c e runs, should make this division strong as well. YVith these athletes form- ing the skeleton, everything points to the fact that the 1937 edition of the Vermont track team should be a well-balanced veteran combina- tion. This spring an unusual interest was shown in the annual interfra- ternity meet, and the men inter- ested in the weight events and cer- tain field events have been practic- ing in the cage in preparation for the coming season. 175 lj FBESIIDIAN TRACK, 1936 OFFICERS C 061011-AXRCHIBALD Posr Ilfavzager-P. CRAIG Honorary Captain-R. Caatsox SCHEDULE V. O. hlay 9. Lyndon Institute and St. ,lohnsbury Academy '...... ....... 35 S2 'shlay 16. Rutland High School ......................................,............................... ....... 4 3 74 "'h'Iay 23. Green hffountain Junior College ............ ....... 5 0 67 " Home IIICCIS. The freshman track team had an unsuccessful season marred by three defeats and not a single Win. In the final meet with Green Mountain the frosh proved that they were steadily improving, and Coach Archie Post is confident that Abbot, an outstanding track man, Harrigan, Carlson, Glass, Russell and Kennedy will be consistent point getters when the varsity season has again rolled around. After travelling to Lyndon, where they were defeated by a score of 82-35, the freshmen lost to Rutland High School at Centennial Field, then dropped their last meet at home to Green Mountain junior College in a hotly contested meet by the score of 67-50. In spite of their discouraging record, the freshmen boasted some proficient runners, their main weakness lying in unbalance. FROYT ROW- CARLSON ABBOTT GOMEZ ROGERS NIICHOLS GLASS KENNIFDY RUSSELL BROWNELL HARRIGAN I SECOND ROW: iMANAGERlCRAIG, RIERCE, l3ARTLE'I'I', FTHOMSON, WILCOX, LIVAK, ILLINSKI. PISANELLI: COACH TUDHOPB THIRD ROW: RENFREW, CLARK, STONE., SCHUMACHER. EBERT, JONES. CANARY 177 COACH POST, HOUGHTON, HORTON, JENKS, CATE. HATH.MVAY, RUSSELL. STEELE. LAMSON, LEHRER. LIVAK, HARRIGAN, BROWNELL PIERCE, GILMAN, MANAGER DOPP VARSITY CIIUSS-CIIUNTIIY OFFICERS, 1936 SEASON'S RESULTS CORGI?--ARCHIBALD T. Posr V. O. Manager--R. DOUGLAS DOPP Oct. 10. Union ................... ....... 2 4 31 C:6lPfd'i1Z-TNIARTIN LAL-1soN "Oct, 17. Dartmouth ............... 30 25 Arsirtant .Ma1zager.v- 1'Oct. 24. Springfield ....... ....... 1 5 40 RAYMOND NI. SNOXV Nov. 7. VVilliams ..................... 25 30 GEORGE S. EDXVARDS Nov. 14. hiiddlebury ............ 16 39 Oct. 31: Harvard invitation meet- Dartmouth 22, New Hampshire 49, Vermont 57. "' Home meets. On November 14, Vermont closed a most successful cross-country season by trouncing hfliddlebury by an almost perfect score of 16-39. In winning four out of five meets and placing third in the Harvard invitation meet, Vermont's cross-country team boasts a won and loss record far above any other athletic team at the University. Their only defeat, administered at the hands of Dartmouth, was lost in the driving rain, and lost only when Rollie Steele, ace Vermont runner, dropped out of the race when faulty footwear allowed his spikes to come through his shoes. Captain Lamson and Steele were outstanding throughout the season. Lamson garnered two first place ties, a second, and two thirds, while Steele was tying for first in two meets, taking undisputed lead from VVilliarns, and a close second from Union. 178 COACH POST. ROMM, STOWELL, GERKIN, SMITH. WHEELER. PETERSON, DEVINE, ROGERS, LAFLEY, SCOFIELD, JANOFF. YOUNG MANAGER DOPP FBESIIMAN CBOSS-COUNTllY V. O. "Oct 17. Dartmouth Freshmen ............................ ......... 3 1 24 "Oct, 24. Randolph Agricultural School ............ ........ 2 4 31X 'Oct 31. VVaterbury High School ...................... ........ 1 9 36 Nov. 14. hfliddlebury Freshmen ......... ......... 2 3 32 " Home meets. OFFICERS Coach-A. T. POST Captain-R. A. Pmrznson Afanager-E. R. WHIPPLE The Vermont freshman cross-country team climaxed a very successful season by defeating the Middlebury freshmen 23-32 to capture the state championship. Their only loss in four meets was to the Dartmouth freshmen 24-31. Peterson, outstanding during the season, was elected honorary captain. Together with Rogers, Stowell, Jenks and Devine, all of whom showed up well, he should prove valuable to the varsity next fall. 179 VARSITY TENNIS V. O V. O. Apr. 24. Brown at Providence 3 lX-lay Clarkson at Burling- Apr. 25. Tufts at Medford ......... 2 ton .................... - .................... 4 lX'Iay 2. St. Lawrence at Bur- Nlay hiiddlebury at Bur- lington ................................. 1 lington .............................. 3 May 8. Clarkson at Potsdam 2 May Trinity at Burlington 3 hlay 9. St. Lawrence at Can- lvlay N. Y. State Teachers ton ................. M ....................... 4 hlay 14. hiiddlebury at lXf'Iid- lN'Iay dlebury ........ - .................... 4 OFFICERS at Albany ........................ 9 Union at Schenectady 3 Coach.-PROF. F. D. CARPENTER Captain-H. R. SVVIFT fllavzager-A. M. STIERN Axxistafzt ill 6171087675- M. I. KERSCHNER J. H. PRESS Even with a veteran combination, aided by the addition of Starbuck and Coombs, outstanding on last yearas freshman team, the varsity tennis team enjoyed merely a mediocre season. The fact that they captured only three of eleven meets, however, was largely due to the fact that they played much larger schools, away from home in the majority of their meets. Starbuck, number 1 man, Cap- tain Swift and Harris were the most consistent winners during the season for the Vermont team. 180 FII.ESllMAN TENNIS V. O. "fMay 9. Bellows Free Academy .............................. ........ 2 4 May 16. Green Mountain Junior College .............. ........ 2 4 May 23. Bellows Free Academy ............................ ........ 2 4 'Nlay 30. Dartmouth Freshmen ........ ........ 0 6 i' Home meets. OFFICERS C oach-B. J. COSTELLO Captain-W. H. BENXVAY This team, lacking in experience, and under the tutelage of their new coach, Costello, went through a discouraging season, losing each of their four meets. The players were well trained and worked hard, their main Weakness lying in the fact that only a few good men were available. Benway, number 1 man, was elected honorary captain. He was ably assisted throughout the season by Crosby, Frank, Levin and Likovsky. The season started disastrously with a loss to Bellows Free Academy on the home court 2-4. A week later the squad journeyed to Poultney, where Green hflountain Junior College defeated them by the same score, 2-4. In a return match with Bellows Free Academy at St. Albans the Kittens were again defeated 2-4. The season was ended on the home courts, a stunning 6-0 defeat administered by the Dartmouth freshmen. 181 QTCOIND RCW MAJOR CRAIG, WATTERS. GRADY. WOODHULL, SCHWARTZ, DOLINSKY, SISCO, GRAY, LAPLANT, TASKER WILLI 'IMS TETZLAFF FIRST ROW: DUNNING, GRIFFIN, FYFE, MESERVEY, LIGOURI. MACK RIFLE TEAM OFFICERS Coach .,...... ................................ ............ lX r IAJ. NI. E. CRAIG Captain ......... .......... C . VVATTERS, JR. Il-Iavzager ...................... ......................... ........ ........... D . H . TETZLAFF The University of Vermont rifle team this year were New England champions in the intercollegiate league of the National Rifle Association, First Corps Area champions of the R. O. T. C. matches conducted by the YVar Department, and second and fourth place winners in the Hearst trophy matches. In order to gain the New England intercollegiate championship Vermont defeated Yale, Harvard, hflassachusetts Institute of Technology, Bowdoin, Nor- wich, Rhode Island State, Connecticut State and Coast Guard Academy. The Catamounts took all eight of these dual matches for a perfect record of 1000 percent. The Vermont riflemen repeated this performance in the VVar Department matches, finishing first with a score of 3,727. Rhode Island was second with 3,697 points. Two University of Vermont teams were entered in the Hearst trophy matches, the first team placing second among the New England colleges, and the second team, fourth. Robert Fyfe was high scorer for all teams in the Hearst trophy matches, scoring 190 out of a possible 200, besides being high man in the National Corps Area match. 182 INTEIIFIIATERNITY AND INTRADIUBAL SP0ll'l'S BASEBALL Sigma Nu repeated their performance of 1935 by winning the annual inter- fraternity baseball championship. In the final game they defeated a strong Alpha Tau Omega team. Goodrich starred for Sigma Nu in a pitching duel with VVarden, A T O pitcher. For Sigma Nu, Jones did well behind the bat, while Jack Husing starred in a very slippery outheld. TOUCH FOOTBALL Kappa Sigma emerged victorious in the touch football league by defeating the Tau Epsilon Phi, Phi Delta Theta, and Delta Psi teams in the elimination tourna- ment, and winning the finals by virtue of a default by Alpha Tau Omega. The Kappa Sigma and Alpha Tau Omega teams were very evenly matched and the first half of the final game at Centennial Field resulted in a scoreless tie. Due to technical difficulties the second half was to be played over. NVhen the A T O team failed to appear, the cup was awarded to Kappa Sigma in accordance with ofiicial rules. BASKETBALL The Independents won the interfraternity basketball tournament by defeating Alpha Tau Omega in the finals, Delta Psi placing third. These three teams emerged from the 1937 round robin tied for first place, each having been defeated once. In the play-off the Independents drew a bye. The A T O defeated Delta Psi by a score of 19-15 to advance to the final game in which they were defeated by the Independents. INDOOR TRACK Delta Psi was victorious in the interfraternity track meet with a score of 36 points, nosing out Sigma Nu, a close second, by the narrow margin of one-half point. The meet was very closely and cleanly contested throughout. For Delta Psi, John VVebster collected nine points, collecting five of them in the final event, the high jump, to insure the margin of victory. Rice earned seven points in the dashes, and Jenks Eve in the half-mile. For Sigma Nu, Jones, Lapiant and Stowell were outstanding. Other men who did especially well were Trudeau, who collected twelve points, and Steele, who took first in both the mile and two-mile runs. Both were competing for A T O. 183 RELAYS Delta Psi gained permanent possession of the relay cup by placing first for the third consecutive year. In the finals the Delta Psi team, composed of Rice, Swift, Jenks and John VVebster, defeated a crack Alpha Tau Omega team composed of Steele, Trudeau, YVarden and Budzyna. The Delt team ran the twelve laps on the indoor track in 2:49.3, compared with the A T O's 2:51. WINTER SPORTS Delta Psi placed first in the annual winter sports meet with a score of 36 points. Alpha Tau Omega was second with 25 points, and the Independents third with I4 points. Due to poor snow conditions many of the snowshoe and ski events had to be cancelled, and it was found impossible to run off the downhill and slalom events. Outstanding for Delta Psi were: Bailey, who placed in the ski 880, the cross- country ski run, and was a member of the winning snowshoe relay team, Harrigan, who placed in the mile skating race, the ski and snowshoe cross-country runs, and who also was a member of the ski relay team. McCrae was outstanding for the Independents in the skating events. HEXATHLON Theodore P. Budzyna, '38, won the annual hexathlon by amassing a total of 6,570.07 points. Paul G. Audette, '40, placed second with 6,096.39 points, and John Suitor, '38, was third. R. B. Steele, '38, and D. E. Stowell, '40, followed close on the heels of the winners. In winning, Budzyna took first in the broad jump, shot put and the high jump, tied for first in the 110-yard dash, and placed in the other two events. Steele took first in the mile run and Audette first in the rope climb. . INTRAMURAL SPORTS Winner Event Runner-up john ivoodruff, Mi.-'38 ........................ Golf ........................... .............. R obert Kinney, '40 James Starbuck, '38 .............. ........... T ennis ................ .............. F red Coombs, '38 A. Swartz, '39 ........................ ........... H andball ............................................. Herbert Holley, '37 NI. Turner, '37 ............. .... ........... B a dminton ....................................... Paul iVeideman, '38 Crosby, '39 ................. ........... B asketball free throw ............... Lawrence McCrae, '38 VVRESTLING C lan Winner 125-lb. class ......... ............... X V. L. Blanchard, '40 135-lb. class ......... ............. G . D. Rosanelli, '38 145-lb. class .............. ............................ Y 7. Baptist, '38 155-lb. class ............... ............ V . C. Juskiewicz, '38 165-lb. class ......... - .............. XV. S. Bedford, '38 175-lb class .............. ................ ...................... i . R. VV. Farrell, '37 Unlimited ................ Q T. lX1IcInerney, 37 I f ff lxfq lf: XY M .4 A if CAMPUS MANAGERS GREEN AND GOLD HEADS GOLF HOCKEY BASKETBALL BOWLING BASEBALL ARCHERY WEARERS OF W. A. A. AWARDS FEATURE: DEAR READERS SOLTTHWICK BUILDING 185 BACK ROW: BRONKHURST, SHAPLAND, RIST, HOLMES, KIMBALL FRONT ROW: CRAIG. PERKINS, ROCKWOOD, GILLINGHAM, BULL. BUTTLES CADIPUS IVIANAGEBS This year for the first time the Wi. A. A. Executive Council has chosen a girl to head every sport given by the physical education department. These girls have been outstanding in their lines and have had charge of their respective sports throughout the season. By the appointment of these campus managers interest in every sport has been stimulated. VVomen on the campus have been encouraged to participate in indi- vidual and group sport under expert leadership. Combined with the Green and 7 Gold team competition, proficiency in many sports has resulted. W ith the addi- tion of the Southwick Building to the campus more sports have become accessible to the University women, and VV. A. A. has been able to widen its scope of activity. Swimming-Barbara Shapland, '39 Bowling-Amy Bronkhorst, '38 Badminton-Ruth Bronson, '38 Golf-Hester Kehoe, '40 Basketball-Phyllis Craig, '38 Archery-Nancy Gillingham, '39 Volleyball-hflartha Rist, '39 Shufiieboard-Eleanor Kimball, '38 Deck Tennis-lXflargaret Lockwood, '37 Ping Pong-Mary Tuohy, '37 Skiing-Louise Bull, '39 Skating--Lucy Buttles, '39 Posture-Charlotte Perkins, '38 Roller Skating-Dorothy Holmes, '38 Dancing-hflildred Rockwood, '38 186 GREEN AND GOLll HEADS The Green and Gold tournament still reigns as a popular outlet for the natural desire for competition in the field of athletics. Teams are picked in every sport. Each girl is assigned a color team, Green or Gold, every person plays in some contest. Scores of points are kept for each competition. On Green and Gold tournament day the finals are run off in each sport to determine whether the Green team, headed by Betsey Taylor, '39, and Mildred Guttormsen, 340, or the Gold team headed by Pauline Rowe, '39, and lvlary Howe, '40, shall win the tournament by excelling in swimming, badminton, bas- ketball, bowling, shuFf'leboarcl, ping pong, and dancing. A sport for every girl and Vermont girls in every sport! Under this new system of competition, girls have shown a far greater interest in sports. Since the adoption of the two teams, a Green and Gold tournament is held as the final event of indoor gym. At these tournaments all the final' events are run off at once. All preliminaries in such sports as basketball, badminton, bowl- ing and ping pong are run off in the gym classes, leaving only the finalists to compete at the tournament. Green and Gold dancing teams selected by Miss Baldwin give exhibition dances. Such sports as swimming and bowling take place at the Community Y. Nl. C. A., since this is the only place with the needed equipment. STANDING: TAYLOR, A. HOWE SEATED: M. HOWE, GU'I'l'ORMSEN, ROWE 187 4 GOLF HONORARY TEANI Virginia Bradway, ,39 Hester Kehoe, '40 B-'Iadeleine Crosby, '40 Margaret lX'IaclX'Iartin, ,39 Frances Fuller, '40 Ethel Starbird, '38 Dorothy Vlfhitcomb, '39 Outdoor golf made a spurt of progress on the Vermont campus in the fall. Nfore interest has been shown in the ever-increasingly popular sport of the green. The physical education department has added Mr. Daniel YVilson to the staff this year as indoor golf instructor. The Southwick stage has been equipped with golf net and target and the girls learn to swing under excellent supervision. Follow through-eye on the ball-and a hole in one. Before Southwick was available for gym classes it was possible to play golf or receive instruction only in the spring and fall, subject, of course, to the vagaries of the Vermont climate. Since last fall instruction has been given all through the winter season. Rates at the local golf clubs are somewhat lowered for college students, and it is expected that through the winter indoor iristruction more girls will take advantage of this to play outdoors. STANDING: KEHOE. BRADWAY, 'MACMARTIN SEATED: CROSBY, WHITCOMB, FULLER ISS STANDING: CUNNINGHAM, CRAIG, AKERS. HOWE, GALLUP SEATED: MARSAC, SMITH, MATTHEWS, STANLEY, WILCOX, GUTTORMSEN IIQICKEY HONORARY TEAM Dorothy Akers, '38 Bonita lylatthews, '38 Phyllis Craig, '38 Barbara Schults, '40 Jean Cunningham, '38 Dulcena Smith, '37 Virginia Gallup, '40 Nfargaret Spencer, '39 Nlildred Guttormsen, '40 Anne Squire, '39 Abbie Howe, '37 Patricia Stanley, '37 Beatrice 1X-Iarsac, '40, Betsey Taylor, '39 Eleanor W'ilcoX, '40 Last year's spring practice showed its effect in the fall hockey games--peppier, faster and closer than ever before. Plenty of good freshman talent has been in evidence and the teams in the future should be first rate. The frosh emerged victorious, winning from the junior-senior team by a 4-3 score and from the sophomores by a 3-0 score. Juniors-seniors vs. sophomores game was quite a struggle, ending in a no-score game. Next year's competition will be something to watch for. 189 STANDING: CUNNINGHAM, BRONKHURST, GARDNER, CRAIG SEATED: ROWLEY, CHAMBERLAIN, MATTHEWS. HEATH BASKETBALL JUNIOR TEAM Amy Bronkhurst Frances Gardner Pauline Chamberlain Evelyn Heath , Phyllis Craig Bonita Matthews Jean Cunningham Theresa Rowley VVinter-a new gym Hoor and the bouncing of basketballs for sports, rhythms, fashions. Basketball still rates as the leading winter indoor sport for Vermont women. A larger number than usual turned out for class teams this year and competition was very close. The junior team is as peppy as ever as they learn new tricks in passing and shooting. A fine spirit of teamwork has been shown throughout the season. Each class has a team and a class tournament is run off each year. A cup is awarded to the winning team and permanent possession may be effected by victory three years in succession. The present junior team lost a valuable player when Dorothy Adams did not return to college this year.' As the ARIEL goes to press, the finals in the tournament have not yet been played off. 190 BRONKHORST, GARDNER, ROWLEY, EATON BOWLING JUNIOR TEAM Phyllis Craig Frances Gardner jean Cunningham Theresa Rowley Substitute, Carol Stone Ping, ping, ping and the pins go down before the balls Hung by the competent bowling teams. Bowling has increased greatly in prominence in the last two years until now it holds its rank among the higher sports of long standing. This year more interest has been shown in bowling than ever before. The teams have had to run off their contests in the Community Y. M. C. A. because no bowling alleys are available on the campus. On special nights the teams go to the Y and tabulate their respective scores. Although aching muscles may impede the next day's progress up and down the stairs of the Old Nlill, still the bowling teams come back for more and like it. A good season behind you and a better year to follow. 191 STANDING: CUNNINGHAM, GARDNER, CRAIG SEATED: MATTHEWS, YERKS, HEATH. ROWLEY BASEBALL JUNIOR TEAM Dorothy Adams Evelyn Heath Frances Bayley Bonita Matthews Phyllis Craig Ruth Pell-:ey Jean Cunningham Theresa Rowley Frances Gardner hflarion Yerks Spring-boys turn to marbles but Vermont athletes turn to baseball. Baseball has always claimed a place among the more popular sports. Steady, quick- thinking players, making second decisions and showing clock-like teamwork- that's the major spring sport-baseball. The junior team has made a fine show- ing. The three other classes have teams, too, and a line spirit of cooperation and team-play is exhibited by all the teams in the womenls league. Early in the spring candidates flock out to represent their classes. The contests are played off up behind the Wieather Bureau where hockey matches are also held. Among other colleges Vermont is known for its baseball teams. The women uphold this admirable tradition by their efforts in the field. VVhen hiiddlebury comes up for the annual field day the work of the season is apparent and gratifying to players and spectators. More power to you on the diamond. 192 STANDING: SMITH. RIST, HEWITT, GILLINGHAM SEATED: WHEISLER, ROCKWOOD, COLLINS, BATES AIICIIERY JUNIOR TEAM janet Collins Nancy Gillingham Mildred Rockwood VARSITY Joyce Bates, '39 Martha Rist, '39 Janet Collins, '38 Mildred Rockwood, '38 Nancy Gillingham, '39 Arthalene Smith, '39 Bertha Hewitt, '39 Nlargaret VVheeler, '39 Our modern lVilliam Tells have improved their previous rating in the national telegraphic meet from 49th place out of 62 to 34th out of 82. What with new equipment and novelty shooting, the scores should improve steadily. lN'Iany women's colleges and co-ed institutions participate in this telegraphic contest from all over the United States. Indoor practice is carried on throughout the winter season, and in warm weather the archers repair to the green to try their skill. The improvement in the national rating prophesies an even better score for next year-aim tops! 193 W. A. A. DIARY Sept. 20. Ho-hum! Back at school and all set for sports. ihiember field day last spring, the archery tourna- ment, tetherball and vieing for tennis honors F Oct. 30. One hundred and one turned out for the boatricle and was it fun! Jolly hike up Sussdorff hliountain on the other side and were those lunches tasty! Oct. 26. Charlotte Perkins is working on health week. YVe're hearing all about mental health fare you nor- mal?j, nutrition Chow's your health?D and fatigue Cwe are, tool. Plenty of good speakers and much to learn. Nov. 15. General move toward the new Southwick building. It's pretty smooth-new gym lioor, new stage, everything we need. Dec. 4. Badminton Club's first' meet- ing tonight. hiy, how those birdies flew! Ruth Bronson, '38, has charge of the club this year and we're off to a "bird" of a start, exhibition and all. Dev. 5. Hike to Red Rocks for all outtloor fans. Fun mixed with candy bars and laughs. Der. 3. Basketball tilm held at the Fleming Museum. Put out by the N. Y. U. girls. The lifty present learned how to pass and shoot and were given the technique of fouling. Dec. 12. Poverty dance sponsored by Health Coun- cil ancl WV. A. A. Unholy apparitions of all sorts, sizes and effects attended. Men in white burlap bag- sters, be-overalled girls, all in evidence. The prize of the evening was a celery on lettuce corsage sent to one of the escorts. Feb. I. First meeting of the executive council in the blue and yellow room at Southwick. VVC think it quite inspiring. Feb. 2. General games and fun night led by hfliss Nlar- garet Poole of the Exten- sion Oiiice. xg V Xa 'N - 3 , , sl K., Q. 1 Q mx X A in 1 I FQ Qw Q Q xc if fix . fww-sux K Qi..,..,N1X 3553559 x, M QW 'l I .UQQ1 me ' . aw,- Q X -3 'X Q, s Q 5 ..,y,: vQ'?i,i?.u1,:.ft::r 4,xf. QQ X X' x w Feb. IS. Candy pull to the delight of all. Take one measuring of laughter, mix with one huge joke. stick in one hand and pull-there you have it-the Candy pull. Stickicr fun in the future. Feb. 27. Teams from U. V. lX'l. and Bristol played while the prospective ref- erees tried for their nation- al ratings. Abbie Howe, '37, and Ruth XVimett re- ceived intramural ratings. Lois Hammond and Mil- dred Rockwood have their national ratings. liar. 5. Splash party at the Y. VV. C. A. Green team won from the Gold. Much wet and straight hair resulting, but swimming is a rising sport in U. V. NI. regardless of curl fashions these days. Jlar. 14. Faculty-student get-together. Stunts, mono- logues, kiddie car allego- ries, but it's all in the spirit of laughter. The faculty and students come into closer contacts-more pow- er to them both, more nights like these. WEAB.EllS 0F YV. A. A. AYVAIIDS THE eva Phyllis Craig, '38 Patricia Stanley, '37 BLAZER Phyllis Craig, '38 . U. V. M. Evelyn Eaton, '38 Evelyn Heath, '38 Bonita Matthews, '38 NUMERALS Dorothy Akers, '38 Amy Bronkhurst, '38 Ruth Bronson, '38 Abbie Howe, '37 Jean Cunningham, '38 hfildred Rockwood, '38 Theresa Rowley, '38 Anne Squire, '39 Frances Gardner, '38 Nancy Gillingham, '39 Pauline Rowe, '39 Evelyn Sweeney, '38 SPECIAL AVVARD This award is obtained by any person who gains 400 points and yet has no Hrst team: Florence Cook, '38 VARSITY SWIMMING Dorothy Akers, '38 Louise Bull, '39 NIarjorie Howe, '38 Barbara Shapland, '39 200 Geraldine lValdo, '40 Alice Walter, '40 Xladeleine Wheelock, '38 Katherine VVortheim, '40 DEAR READERS:- Have you dropped in to see Southwick yet? It's the new Vermont recreation building for girls, partially donated by the parents of Mabel Louise Southwick in her memory. On Nlarch 12, 1937, the building was officially opened with a tea. At this time several hundred people were shown through the rooms and the features of the hall and its uses were displayed. The large recreation hall down- stairs is a point of pride in many a co-ed's heart-pine "floating floor" set in a cork-lined base, sound absorbing, plaster ceilings and a super stage and projection room. Here the girls play basketball, badminton, golf,.archery, shuflleboard and ping pong. Oil' this gymnasium are lockers, showers and the womenis athletic office and posture room. Upstairs we find a dance hall, a stage to be used for concerts and musicals and the campus association rooms. This floor is also equipped with a kitchenette, lounge and the hostess apartment. On the entrance floor is a luxurious lobby, two lovely reception rooms and two cosy "chat" rooms. The whole outlook for the future of such a place is enchanting. Built in the southern colonial style, the building lends majesty and dignity to the Redstone campus. There are many big plans for future fun nights. The color scheme throughout is carried out in green and gold: green velvet curtains with gold lining, yellowish tan plaster, with lovely furnishings to set off each room. The W. A. A. room in blue and yellow is enough to make any council perk up and swing into action. Come in some time and look our building over. The kitchenette will be equipped later so that small parties through arrangements in advance may have light suppers after an afternoon of games or roller skating. Perhaps the grease- paint artists will use it to catch a snack of refreshment after a hard nightis re- hearsal. Southwick has opened up endless doors, endless channels into new sport,inew entertainment and new fun at Vermont. VVhether dancing, acting, singing, skating, arching, whatever your interest, you'll want to be at Southwick. The password for lovers of sport and fun will continue to be, "See you at Southwickl" Sincerely, A SOUTHVVICK SPORTS ENTHUSIAST. 201 YV0l5lEN'S FIIATEIINITIES Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Xi Delta Delta Delta Delta Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Delta Pi Beta Phi Sigma Gamma K. E. L. llEN'S FIIATEIINITIES Alpha Tau Omega Delta Psi Kappa Sigma Lambda Iota Phi Delta Theta Phi Sigma Zeta Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Nu Sigma Phi Tau Epsilon Phi THE TllAYNOB TROPllY F BATEBNITIES ALPHA l0'l'A CHAPTER ALPHA CHI UMEGA Founded at DePauw University, 1885 Established at Vermont, 1921 ey Q HAXQ e c'C iii SJAM3 ,high SORORES IN FACLTLTATE Gennette C. Davis SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Shirley Baraw Dora Gagetta Dorothy Akers Amy Bronkhorst Pauline Chamberlin lX'largaret Corliss Phyllis Craig Ruth Bailey Dorothy Ball Bertha Burkewitz Marjorie Dopp Helen Berry Marcelyn Heath Mary Howe S enio rs Thelma Gardner Lois Hammond Abbie Howe f u1Lio1'.t Jean Cunningham hflarita Farrell Olive Grifhth Dorothy Holmes Sophomorex Phyllis Foster hfluriel Hutchinson Pauline Rowe Janet Sheltus Freshmen hflargaret Labounty Betty lX'Iyers Alta Plumb 206 Patricia Stanley Glenna Wright hlarjorie Howe Pauline Hunt Nlarguerite Perkins Helen VVhite Ruth XVhite Rebecca Shippee Margaret Stanley Evelyn Sweeney Alice lvhitney Claire Rock Barbara Smith Elizabeth Watts ,XLPIIA CHI OMEGA HOUSE THIRD ROW: ROCK. BERRY, BURKEWITZ, IIUTCHINSON. ROWE, BAILEY, AKER5, BRONKHORST, SWEENEY. HOLMES. SHIPPEE SECOND ROW: CUNNINGHAM, SMITH. BALL, WHITNEY, WHITE, DOPP. M. STANLEY, GRIFFITII, LABOUNTY. M. HOWE, HEATH FRONT ROW: SHELTUS. HUNT. CRAIG. GAGETTA, GARDNER, BARAW, A. HOWE, P. STANLEY, CORLISS, WATTS 207 , UPSlLON CHAPTER of ALPHA XI DELTA Founded at Lombard Col lege, 1893 Established at Vermont, 1915 QSDKGXPQOA .. 4 940' - - s. 'Q h hd SORORES IN FACULTATE Alice Beatrice Fairbanks lX'Iary Louise Fairbanks SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniorx Marion L. Briggs Eleanor B. Douglas lylary Draper Hazel N. Enders hlary L. B'liCCOI'IHlCli Ruth VV. Anderson Gertrude E. Atkins Roberta O. Butterfield Barbara A. Howd Helen NI. Leary ju niors Rita A. Mahoney hlarion E. hlills Sophomore: Lucy S. Buttles Vivian B. Copp 1X-'Iary E. Hyde Claudia W. Renehan Freshmen Velma M. LalVIonda hiary V. Tuohy Hazel T. BfIO1'I'lS hi. Katherine Rooney lvladeline R. VVheelock Sara C. Rigney Arthaline A. Smith Ruth S. Nvimett Hazel J. Hall Helen L. Keedy 208 1 ALPHA Xl Dl-ZLTA HOUSE THIRD ROW: DRAPER, MAHONEY, RIGNEY, HALL, ATKINS, SMITH, HYDE. BUTTLES SECOND ROW: ANDERSON, WHEELOCK, McCORMICK, BUTTERFIELD, MILLS, COPP, RIDDELL, MORRIS FRONT ROW: WIMETT, ROONEY, DOUGLAS, BRIGGS, LAMONDA, TUOHY, HOWD, KEEDY 209 ETA CHAPTER y of DELTA DELTA DELTA Founded at Boston,University, 1888 Established at Vermont, 1893 I .' iii W9 n , ' Wi. SORORES IN FACULTATE Alice N. Blanchard Helen E. Nichols Verna E. Parker SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Dorothy Childs Gene Clark Helen I. Brown lN'larion Brown Frances Cain Charlotte Clark Charlotte Beatty Virginia Bradway Gwendolyn Blanchard Jean Brehmer Jean Butler Seniors lX'1arjorie Jones fzmiorx Doris Corey Ruth hflaurice Catherine Newcomb S ophomorex Harriet Canedy Ruth Fellows Nlary Filield F rexhvvnen Gwendolyn Erwin Lillian Jay Eleanor Nlason 210 Ruth Quinn Barbara Redding Alice Pratt Flora Selleck Carol Stone Barbara YVeIls Norma Lessor lXf'Iarjorie Rossiter Elizabeth Orton Elvira Palermo Lois Redding DELTA DELTA DELTA HOUSE TIIIRD ROW: BEATTY, JAY, MASON, ROSSITER, CLARK, CANEDY. MAURICE. H. BROWN. FIFIELD, L. REDDING SECOND ROW: CAIN, FELLOWS. ORTON, SELLECK, BREI-IMER, BRADWAY, WELLS, BUTLER, PALERMO, PRATT, M. BROWN FRONT ROW: LESSOR, NEWCOMB, CHILDS, OUINN, B. REDDING. COREY, JONES, STONE, ABBOTT 211 LADIBDA CHAPTER of KAPPA ALPHA TIIETA Founded at DePauw University, 1870 Established at Vermont, 1881 :x 'Qt 9 Q3 .0 91 li., 'qo- Ii ,ef ft., .gy 1,4 'oc '97 .9 ., ' 3 l SORORES IN FACULTATE 1N'1ary R. Bates Nfary A. Boynton Florence hi. Woodard Elizabeth Eckhard SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Serziorx Katherine Babbitt 1X'Iarion Bartlett llflarian Baxendale Janet Collins Kathryn King Jeannette McFarland Eloise R1cLeod Ruth Baxendale Louise Bull Lucille Bristol Laura B arstow Pauline Bristol Jane Bullard Elizabeth Gallup Alice Hamilton ju-mary Bonita Matthews Priscilla Newton Barbara Ordway S o pho-more: ilflary Ladd Edith Rice lN'Iartha Rist Freshmen 1X-'Iarjorie Bell 212 hflargaret Lockwood Dorothy Oldfield Jean Young Mildred Rockwood Barbara Sussdorff Katherine Tupper Marion Yerks hlary Shakespeare Janet Slocum Betsey Taylor Phyllis McGovern KAPPA ALPHA THETA HOUSE THIRD ROW: RICE, BULL, TAYLOR, SLOCUM, RIST, MCGOVERN, L. BRISTOL, SHAKESPEARE SECOND ROW: BARSTOW, BELL, MCFARLAND, COLLINS, NEWTON, ROCKWOOD, BAXENDALE, YERKS FRONT ROW: TUPPER, GALLUP, ORDWAY, BARTLETT, P. BRISTOL, LOCKWOOD, SUSSDORFF, MCLEOD, MATTHEWS 213 'Ii ALPIIA TIIETA CHAPTER of KAPPA DELTA Founded at Virginia State Normal, 1897 Established at Vermont, 1926 f ,ve cfs e 'Q F W G2 K A 65' 67" if so I Q e G SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniorf Lura Allen Lena Bussey Anna Livak juniors Gracelyn Drew lvlarjorie Horton Soplzomores Niuriel Thacher Bette Sadlier 214 K.'Xl'l'.-X DELTA HOUSE. ' Y 3 SECOND ROW: THACHER, SADLIER FIRST ROW: ALLEN, DREW, HORTON, LIVAK, BUSSEY 215 VEBDl0N'l' BETA of PI BETA PIII Founded at hflonmouth College, 1867 Established at Vermont, 1898 'Q fQf5,p vpn, SORORES IN FACULTATE Nlrs. Jennie R. Bradlee Dr. Katherine IX-'IcSweeney SORORES IN UNIVERSITATF. Senior: Marguerite Bean Eleanor Dorsey Constance Bishop Kathleen Donahue Frances Hennessey Helen Huntington Lois Brown hlartha Douglass hlary Arms Betty Chase Elizabeth Coggins Gwynneth Jones Martha McGillicuddy junior: Gretchen Keelan Phyllis Klann Ruth Perkins Sophomorex Kliriam Healy Ruth Palmer Priscilla Savage F7'6'J'1l men Frances Fuller hiadge Hendee Dorothy Hutchin 216 Helen Taylor Helen lvright Dorothy Quacle Helen Start Joyce Stearns lValtina Szyrnan Kathryn Scott Margaret Spencer Hester Kehoe Barbara Schults Elizabeth Taylor PI BETA PHI HOUSE THIRD ROW: STEARNS, E. TAYLOR, SCOTT, HENDEE, CHASE, SAVAGE, COGGINS, SCHULTS, PERKINS SECOND ROW: DONAHUE, KEELAN, FULLER. DOUGLASS, SZYMANN, START, QUADE, HUTCHIN, ARMS, KEHOE FRONT ROW: HUNTINGTON. BISHOP, McGILLICUDDY, WRIGHT, H. TAYLOR, JONES, HENNESSEY, MANN, BROWN 217 SIGIWIA GADIDIA LOCAL Founded at Vermont, 1920 SORORES IN FACULTATIQ Constance L. Brown SORORES IN URBE Helen Spaulding Best lN'Iarion C. Bur Katharine INI. roughs Eckley Eloise Ballard Erit Gladys Vlfright Kathryn Recor hflary P. Lane Lillian Garland Grace Baldwin Laura Giddings Horton Knickerbocker Bertha Little Larabec Nlarion A. Little Cornelia Collier Lockwood Elizabeth Sprague Newton Consuelo B. Northrop Frederika B. Northrop Mae Tinkham Rowell lvlildred Baldwin VVilliams SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Senior! juniors Ruth Thorpe Sophomore Clarabelle Moyer Lola Hastings -Evelyn Heath Eleanor Van Vliet get-S at I GSRFXO 218 K. E. L. SIICIETY LOCAL Founded at Vermont, 1926 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniorx Sylvia hflargulis Lillian B. Gladstone juniors Gertrude Fraint Ethel Pearl Doris Goldman Ethel Stroh Sylvia Zabarsky F rerlz me-n Eleanor Brody Charlotte Wleisman Nathalie Feldman Elaine Zelman SECOND ROW: BRODY, WEISMAN, GLADSTONE, FELDMAN, PEARL FRONT ROW: STROH, MARGULIS, FRAINT, GOLDMAN, ZABARSKY 219 PAN-IIELLENIC CIIUNCIL OFFICERS Prefzdent ................................... ................................. ............... R U TH Quin lx, 3 7 Secretary-Trea.vu1'er ........ ............. L AURA Gmnmcs 8 MEMBERS Thelma Gardner Nlarion Hall Ruth Quinn Dorothy Oldfield Lura Allen Nlarguerite Bean AXQ AEA AAA KAO KA TIBCID jean Cunningham Mary Draper Charlotte Clark Bonita hfatthews Marjorie Horton Frances Hennessey SECOND ROW: HENNESSEY, HASTINGS, CLARK, MATTHEWS. CUNNINGHAM DR-'XPER DREW FRONT ROW: BEAN, OLDFIELD, HALL, QUINN, GIDDINGS, ALLEN HAMMONID 220 INTEIIFBATEBNITY CIDUNCII. OFFICERS Prexident ............ ......... , ........................... ............... R . F. DALTONA, '38 Secretary ....................... ........ , ..... VK 7. G. GRIEVE, '38 Fafulty Advisor ........., ............ P nor. D. B. CARROLL MEMBERS K. P. Lord ATO H. F.. Trudeau VV. C. Van Dyck ANP H. H. Hunt R. F. Dalton KE D. B. Carpenter J. YV. Robinson AI E. NI. Poulin C. R. Langer CIDACD VV. G. Grieve R. L. Ebert SAE A. R. Tomassetti R. K. Caldwell EA H. C. Daigneault A. H. Ross EN C. Gronbeck, Jr. D. S. Parker ECP A. C. Spaulding SECOND ROW: ROBINSON, CALDWELL, CARPENTER, EBERT, LORD, PARKER. GRIEVE. VAN DYCK, SPAULDING FRONT ROW: DAIGNEAULT, HUNT, TRLTDEAU, TOMASSETTI, PROFESSOR CARROLL, DALTON, LANGER, POULIN 221 vlmM0N'r BETA ZETA ' of ALPHA TAU IIMEGA Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1865 Established at Vermont, 1887 -woef- :ak a ,nf f-' x n xx ,"fm,a FRATRES IN FACULTATE P Guy IV. Bailey Elbridge C. Jacobs Frederick Tupper Arthur D. Butterfield Hovey Jordan Charles F. VVhitney FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATF. Senior! Henry VV. Hallinan Clarence A. Hanson John T. Hart Edward C. Bingham Theodore P. Budzyna Bradley P. Bacon John A. Chase Richard T. Atkins Elliott F. Hawkins Herbert Johnson Howard L. Johnson Kenneth P. Lord Roy P. Nfunger John A. Tasker junior: Marco B. Cano Soplzomorex Peter D. Corsones Henry V. Kogut F rerhmen Robert E. Johnstone Allen D. MacDonald Frederick G. Mehlman 222 Donald H. Tetzlaff Hubert F. Trudeau Stoddard R. VVarden James T. Haugh james P. O'Neil T. Burke NIcHugh Daynor C. Prince Robert H. Stimets john E. Thayer Roger F.. Thomas. ALPHA TAU OMEGA HOUSE THIRD ROW: THOMAS. ATKINS. KOGUT, HAWKINS, JOHNSTONE, McHUGH, JOHNSTON, THAYER SECOND ROW: CORSONES. CANO. PRINCE. ABBOTT, MACDONALD, BACON, CHASE. MELHMAN FRONT ROW: O'NEIL. TASKER. TRUDEAU, LORD, HART, JOHNSON, HALLINAN, HAUGH 223 DELTA PSI l.0cA-L Founded 1850 . xSi P N3 lc ,B Iv' 5-f ' he Am . JZ- Q4 U Ci KI '51, FRATRES IN F ACULTATE Paul K. French Herman B. Kiphuth Howard A. Prentice Fred S. Kent Henry F. Perkins A. Bradley Soule FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Senior: Harold H. Hunt Russell C. Irish William L. Jenks Glyn Jones Richard IV. Amidon Frederick T. Gear Nathan IW. Abbot Chauncey IV. Brownell, III Frank D. Eddy Frank E. Harrigan Stuart J. Anderson Everett C. Bailey Edward B. Capen Robert Dunning IVynne S. Eastman Harry A. Noyes, Jr. Everett C. Rice Gilbert W. Rist junior: Kenneth KI. Kidd IVilliam L. Lee Soplzo mares Chesley P. Horton Avery P. King John P. Lord Howard L. Minckler Stanley L. Nichols Fre,vlz1n.e1z Paul C. Jenks Frederick T. Jones Robert B. Linsley VVoodrow D. Pike Lawrence N. Rice 224 Robert N. Saxby Henry R. Swift Jonathan T. VVebster Stanley A. VVitt IV. Cuyler Van Dyck G. Paul YViedeman Elmer L. Nicholson Louis D. Pierce Robert E. Plumb Clinton A. Renfrew Richard VVilson Edgar F. Roby Stuart Selleck F. Howard Stimets Richard L. Tracy Joseph R. Wagstaff ur :Six . DELTA PSI HOUSE I , I 4 FOURTH ROW: EDDY, MILLS. STIMETS. LINSLIQY, DLTNNING, TRACY. MINCKLIZR, ANDERSON, PLUMB. LORD TIIIRD ROW: KIDD, SELLECK. LRE, L. RICE, ROBY. BROWNICLL, WIEDRMAN, HORTON, NICHOLSON. EASTMAN. HARRIGAN SECOND ROW: VAN DYCK, RIST, E. RICE. SWIFT. SAXBY, NOYES. WEBSTER. I-IAWLEY. IIUNT. IRISII. GEAR FRONT ROW: P. JENKS, W.-XGSTAFF, PIKE, JONES, CAPEN. FLAGG. ABBOTT, BAILEY 225 ALPHA LADIBDA of KAPPA SIGMA Founded at the University of Virginia. 1869 Established at Vermont, 1893 O 1 ...L 66,.,i.x,,o0 ' .o,Q',,.' 0 F altar'-5' ' X gI'2i'1t3 ' ' -A .'o.,.'. X 1 4' FRATRES IN FACULTATE Ernest H. Buttles joseph L. Hills Bennett C. Douglass FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Senior: Newell Briggs Donald Carpenter Fred Coombs Robert Dalton Anso Belardinelli Paul Berry George Bauby Henri Beauchemin George Chandler VVilliam Cross Francis Dellafera Paul Fahey Richard Duncan Harry Nlachflillan juniorr Edward Householder Ernest Nlills Deane Mosher E. H. Reeder, -lr. Sophomore: Russell Carlson - Rosendo Gomez F. Joseph McDonough .FTEJIZ-771811 Vllilliam Hunter Leighton Kimball John Konradiy Clifford Porter James Rae Euclid Rock 226 George V. Kidder VValford T. Rees lXfI. R. Turner james Starbuck Russell Sunderland Alfred Wimett, Jr. Franklin lN-lack H. Leonard Simmons Edward Savior Carl Schofield Lawrence Simpson Walter Smith, Jr. Clark Stevens Robert Tittemore KAPPA SIGMA HOUSE FOURTH ROW: LIEZER, KONRADY. MACK, STEVENS. HUNTER, SIMPSON, TITTEMORE, SAYIOR, BEL.-XRDINELLI THIRD ROW: MILLS. PORTER, STARBUCK. GOMEZ. FAIIEY, BURN. SMITH, COOMBS, CHANDLER, BERRY SECOND ROW: CARPENTER. BRIGGS. DUNCAN. TURNER, MACINIILLAN, DALTON. WIMETT, REEDER, SIMMONS FRONT ROW: DIQLLAFERA. CROSS, ROCK. KIMBALL. BAUBY, MCDONOUGI-I 227 LAMBDA l0'l'A L UCAI. Fou nded 1 S3 6 .Pts wx 1 'i V-nl' X u 1, . ,Xu .wb fy Lf as , N . . l .I 3 1 Q: FRATRES IN FACULTATE Charles E. Braun Robert J. Livingstone Lyman S. Rowell VV. Thompson Fulton Karl C. lN'IchfIahon Hiram Upton FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniorx Eugene C. Dresser Vincent Baptist Armanno XV. Ciccarelli Burke G. Brown Richard C. Chiarello Herbert W'. Coburn John F. Gowdey Oscar J. LaRiviere fu 'niors Paul H. Jordan Allen G. hfiayville Sophomorex Charles YV. Livak Freslzfmeu Robert F. Irish 228 Edward NI. Poulin John YV. Robinson Gabriel D. Rosanelli C. Raymond Simmons Otis C. Sargent David C. Stevens LAMBDA IOTA HOUSE SECOND ROW: BROWN, COBURN, CHIARELLO, STEVENS, SIMMONS, JORDAN, BAPTIST FRONT ROW: CICCARELLI, ROSANELLI, MAYVILLE, ROBINSON, POULIN, DRESSER, LARIVIERE ' 229 VEBMON T ALPHA of PHI DELTA TIIETA Founded at lVIiami University, 1848 Established at Vermont, 1879 F' 6 Q, ' . B tffee .Q in IZ. 5 its-.1.a sw. e g....g f C FRATRES IN FACULTATE David Boswell Herbert A. Durfee James A. Bullard Fred K. Jackson George P. Burns Forrest VV. Kehoe Charles A. Kern FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Phillip Adams Stephen P. Belcher Edwin Brewer Clifton C. Agnew Donald lW. Bailey VVilliam S. Bedford Lawrence H. Deshaw Lyman A. Beecher Keith Brown lklartin J. Boucher, Ir. lVi1liam Buckley Lloyd G. Davies Senior: I. Justin Chase Carl Langer fu niors hlurray VV. Foote W'illiam Grieve Delevan H. Howe Harold L. Hutchins Vincent C. Juskiewicz Sophomorex Raymond F. Fletcher John A. Hunter john E. Kennedy Fre.rhme11 W. Steele Davison Eugene Gasperini, Jr. VVilliam M. Grifiin Adam F. Knieste 230 Edmund C. lX'Iower Elmer VV. Pike George NI. Sabin Robert Lawton Peter Mclnerney Nestor Trottier Donald C. Noyes Henry L. Pratt John H. Suitor Bartlett H. Stone James E. McKee Lee B. Whitcomb Henry V. Middleworth Robert B. Taylor John H. Trump PHI DELTA THETA HOUSE FOURTH ROW: NOYES, MIDDLEWORTH, FLETCHER, TRUMP, McKEE, SUITOR, GRIFFIN, FOOTE, KNIESTE THIRD ROW: BEDFORD. STONE, W. AGNEW, KENNEDY, JUSKIEWICZ, C. AGNEW, TAYLOR, HUNTER, PRATT, HUTCHINS SECOND ROW: BAILEY, DESHAW, BELCHER. MACINERNEY, LAWTON, LANGER, ADAMS. TROTTIER, GRIEVE FRONT ROW: GASPERINI, BOUCHER, DAVISON, WHITCOMB, BROWN, MARTIN 231 VEIlDl0N'l' BETA SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Founded at the University of Alabama, 1856 Established at Vermont, 1922 x :PA- Q! .e gag. -"' IAEQQ' ." Q1-.xg .Y Q. 0 "' if 1 O .3- .. Y 5 I -Q FRATRES IN FACULTATE Milton H. Aldrich Albert G. hflackey Arthur B. hflyrick FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniorf Dayton VV. Eddy Julius J. Jezukawicz William M. Collins Oscar B. Bissell David L. Clark Frederick A. Cross John E. Angwin Dwight VV. Beal Robert L. Beirne VVilliam G. Kidd Francis L. Ligouri juniorf W'illiam B. Farnham Richard hflazelli Sophomorer Everett P. Clifford Robert F. Estabrook Fre.rh1ne1L George T. Carleton Donald F. Gearing John N. Houpis 232 Robert F. lVIanley Alfred R. Tomassetti Richard F. Snape Robert F.. Moseley VVilliam A. Spelman VVilliam A. YVilcox Adrian W. hfiercier Antone Nlichniewicz Peter P. Patch SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON HOUSE THIRD ROW: ANGWIN, EBERT, MICIINIEWICZ, CLARK, DAVIES, CANARY, PATCH SECOND ROW: MOSELEY, BEIRNE, ESTABROOK, HOOPIS, MERCIER, CLIFFORD, CROSS, BEAL FRONT ROW: JEZUKAWICZ, MANLEY, EDDY, TOMASSETTI, COLLINS, LIGOURI, KIDD, MAZZELLI 233 SIGMA DELTA LOCAL Founded 1923 St. 9 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Louis Puffer Kenneth Sheldon FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniorf Clarence Caldwell Ernest Gill Herbert Daigneault Albert Lunna Raymond Fenn VVayne Twornbly juniors Renwick Caldwell Arlton Lapierre George Edwards Henry Ross Wlalter Van VVyck Sophomorex Raymond Rogers F reshmevz Theodore Bartlett Russell Burbee Horace Van YVyck 234 SIGMA DELTA HOUSE SECOND ROW: W. VAN WYCK, ROGERS. EDWARDS, FENN, BURBY, TROMBLY, H. VAN WYCK FRONT ROW: ROSS. GILF, C. CALDWELL, DAIGNEAULT, R. CALDWELL, LUNNA, BARTLETT 235 BETA SIGDIA of SIGMA NU Founded at Virginia Nfilitary Institute, 1869 Established at Vermont, 1898 eff? ,"l I c '. .ml 09+ . ir, 'gi :Q Qs.. L' I' Gs S1 FRATRES IN FACULTATE lvellington E. Aiken Archibald T. Post Harold I. Wlilliams FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniorr I. J. Barsalow .lack T. Bedell Raymond D. Dopp Albert INI. Cate Kenneth S. Carpenter Robert J. Fyfe Christian Gronbeck, Jr Stillman G. Davis Robert A. Dudley Richard F. Farrell James C. Giddings John S. Greene Clarence V. Akley W. Leonard Blanchard, Ir. Robert B. Brock Joseph E. Croteau John VV. Davis Howard E. Fitzgerald Gerald VV. Gray Edmund R. Ricker Austin H. Ross junio rs Allen S. Hall, Jr. Charles K. Houghton E. R. Howard S ophomorex John C. Husing David R. Jones Francis C. Leonard Richard F. A-Iorgner Jack T. Prior Fresh -men Wlalter A. Gage Richard L. Gerken, Ir. Donald D. Graziano Aflarshall G. Helyar Kenneth E. Hoffman Edward S. Irwin Charles H. McClelland hflaurice L. Newton 236 George G. Shaw lwlorton Wheeler Edmund R. VVhipple Gordon YV. Howard Kenneth A. Laplant Seymour Robinson Raymond lX-fl. Snow VVilliam D. Simmonson A. F. Snay WVilliam W. Stone Arthur P. Sutliff Horatio P. YVakef1eld Gordon Page Howard L. Plant R. Walker Robinson David E. Stowell Harry R. VVestover Powell VVhalen Donald F.. VVilson SIGMA NU LODGE FOURTH ROW: NEWTON, WAKEFIED, FARRELL, I-IOUGI-ITON, CATE, STONE., PRIOR, W. ROBINSON, HUSING, BROCK, HOFFMAN THIRD ROW: E. HOWARD, IRWIN, SNOW, HALL, LAPLANT, JONES, LEONARD, S. ROBINSON, CARPENTER, MORGNER SECOND ROW: HOLLEY, WHEELER, DOPP, WHIPPLE, BEDELL, ROSS, RICKER, FYFE, GRONBECK, G. HOWARD, S. DAVIS FRONT ROW: PLANT, WILSON, BLANCHARD, J. DAVIS, MCCLELLAN, GRAZIANO, FITZGERALD, HELYAR, STOWELL 237 ALPHA 0F VEIlDI0lY'l' of SIGMA PIII Founded at Union College, 1827 Established at Vermont, 1845 ' e 6' 6'6itIe6fGr cr '- ew .Se If .......4 ,QSDW 6 I FRATRES IN FACULTATE Lyman Allen Paul D. Clark John B. Wheeler FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE William M. Burrows Donald K. Duley Hastings Keith VVendell E. Ladd Howard A. Allen Edward S. Cram Robert N. Gorton Senior: Einar K. Lundberg W'illiam P. Noonan juniors Elias Lyman, Jr. David H. Ripper Sophomore: Emery O. Lewis VVebster S. Thompson Freshmen Robert C. Kinney' VVilliam C. Langlas M. Pager Maurice, 3rd Jon A. Meiklem 238 Donald S. Parker Phelps F. Pond Albert C. Spaulding Charles F. VVhitney, Jr Robert Nichols, 3rd Richard NI. Story, Jr. Charles W. Utter SIGMA PIII PLACE THIRD ROW: KEITH, LANGLAS, NICHOLS, MORRIS, THOMPSON, RIPPER, UTTER SECOND ROW: KINNEY, WHITNEY, STORY, MEIKLEM. ALLEN, CRAM, LADD, GORTON FRONT ROW: LYMAN, NOONAN, POND, PARKER, DULEY, BURROWS, SPAULDING 239 KAPPA of TAU EPSILIIN PIII Founded at Columbia University, 1900 Established at Vermont, 1919 Max Harris Julian NI. Barron Sidney Grevior Frank NI. Chereskin Arthur R. Datnoff . Edward M. Berkowitz lX'Iortimer DUBOH Seymour Hecht 'o- u f ' i f1Q.tla0.QiwQ'tgf '.'iF'f" 01 0' O Fill.- en 'PU :P i-3 W in U2 r--1 C! Z D-l 4 111 75 S2 '-l :ia H rn Senior: Franklin H. Jacobson Myron N. King funiorx lvlelvin B. Newman Edward G. Sedlis kiyron A. Solin Sophomore: R-'Iyron B. Dorfman Jerome D. Katz Nlurray N. Levin F ferhmen lilarvin R. Jolfe Jay D. Leshin 240 Isadore I. VVolfe Maurice Traunstein, J Jack Vtlool Frank B. Rutstein Howard J. Schwartz Nlorris L. Levine Nlanuel L. Nliller Leon XV. Waterman i T Q TAU EPSILON PHI HOUSE " THIRD ROW: SCHWARTZ, SOLIN. BERKOWITZ, KATZ, DORFMAN. CHERESKIN SECOND ROW: LEVINE. WATERMAN, LESHIN, HECHT, JOFFEE, TUBOFF, NULLER FRONT ROW: NEWMAN, SEDLIS, KING, JACOBSON, WOLFE, WOOL, BARRON ' 241 PHI SIGMA ZETA LOCAI. Founded 1934 TTT Aa: -f .. -- FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Senior: Isadore Lehrer jack Press 'I u -ni or: Aaron Cohen Howard Litsky Sophomore: Myer Boyarsky WValter Glass Milton Rosenthal Jack Cohen Aaron Levine Alfred Schwartz Seymour Cutler Robert Likovsky David Steinberg Bernard Lisman Frerlmzen Herman Lebow Herman Moskovitz George Tulin George Romrn THIRD ROW: A. LEVINE, LIKOVSKY, BOYARSKY, LISMAN, I. COHEN SECOND ROW: BAROWSKY, MOSKOVITZ, GOODMAN, LEBOW, TULIN, ROME FRONT ROW: ROSENTHAL, GLASS, A. COHEN, PRESS, STEINBERG, LITSKY 242 A THE TIIAYNIIR TBOPllY The Key and Serpent Society of the class of 1932 established the Traynor trophy in memory of one of their classmates, Edward L. Traynor. "Pie" Traynor was the captain-elect of baseball. He was fatally injured on December 30, 1930. The cup is awarded every year to the fraternity most outstanding in all activities throughout that year. The object of its establishment was to encourage participation in interfraternity activities with the cup as a final award. The cup will never belong to any one group even if one fraternity wins it several years in succession. In past years the cup has been won by the following fraternities: Kappa Sigma, 1930-31 Sigma Phi, 1931-32 Phi Delta Theta, 1932-33 Delta Psi, 1933-34 Delta Psi, 1934-35 Delta Psi, 1935-36. The award is made on a point basis. Five places on each event are provided: first, five points, second, four points, third, three points, fourth, two points, and fifth, one point. The activities which count toward the award are: scholarship, touch football, basketball, track meet, relay race, baseball, squad drill, Kake VValk stunt, kake walking, winter sports, and Junior VVeek parade. The points are compiled by the Key and Serpent society. 243 HONORARY LITERARY MUSICAL GENERAL 0llGANIZA'l'IONS Dl0ll'l'All BUAIID SENl0ll W'015lEN'S ll0NOIlAllY SQICIETY Founded at Syracuse University, 1918 Akraia Chapter, Established 1924 HONORARY MEMBERS hlarian Patterson Eleanor Cummings Kathrina Storms OFFICERS Pfflfidfllf .......................... ........... E LMABET1-1 GALLUP Vice-Prerident ............. .................. S HIRLEY BARAW Treafurer .................. .........,... K ATHERINE BABn1'1'r Secretary ..... ..... ............... lX f 'IARGARET Locuwoon Hixtoriavz ......... ................. h 'IARGUERITE BEAN Editor ...... ..................................... .............. T H ELMA GARDNER MEMBERS Katherine Maida Babbitt Elizabeth Egbert Gallup Shirley Ruth Baraw Thelma Mae Gardner Marguerite Rozette Bean Abbie Clara Howe Margaret Lockwood SECOND ROW: GARDNER, HOWE, BABBl'I'l' FRONT ROW: LOCKWOOD, GALLUP, BAR.-KW, BEAN - 248 BOULDEll SENl0ll BlEN'S ll0N0llABY SOClE'l'Y Founded 1905 rm' ff' HONORARY MEMBER President Guy WV. Bailey MEMBERS Harold Homer Hunt Robert Pierce Lawton Harry Alton lXfIacMillan Phelps Frederick Pond Austin Holmes Ross Henry Robinson Swift Jonathan Talcott Vlfebster SECOND ROW: SWIFT, LAWTON, WEBSTER FRONT ROW: MAcMILLAN. HUNT, PRESIDENT BAILEY, ROSS, POND 249 SECOND ROW: BUDZYNA, KEITH, SUNDERLAND FRONT ROW: PRATT, SUITOR, COOMBS. VAN DYCK KEY ANI! SEBPENT .mmon lION0llAllY socllarx' Founded 1908 Q.: ,VE If . MEMBERS Theodore P. Budzyna Frederick Coombs Hastings Keith Henry L. Pratt John H. Suitor Russell O. Sunderland . W. Cuyler Van Dyck 250 SECOND ROW: GOMEZ, MINCKLER, PRIOR, YOUNG. LEWIS, ROGERS FRONT ROW: CHERESKIN, KENNEDY, LEVINE, CORSONES, LEONARD, CARLSON Prexride nt ................... Vice-Prexident .......... Secretary .............. Tream rer ............. F. H. Canary R. F. Carlson P. D. Corsones F. NI. Chereskin H. W. Colburn R. A. Gomez I. A. Hunter J. E. Kennedy GOLll KEY SOPll0MOBE ll0N0llAllY SOCIE'l'Y Founded 1923 OFFICERS D. CORSONES A. LEVINE C. LEONARD E. KENNEDY MEMBERS F. C. Leonard A. A. Levine E. O. Lewis C. H. Lipsky B. Lisman H. L. Minckler J. T. Prior R. R. Rogers G. K. Young 251 CIIAMPLAIN SABEIIS Founded 1937 ' Formerly F. Company, Third Regiment, Scabbarcl and Blade OFFICERS Captain ................................ .................................................. ............. f X . H. Ross, '37 Fi1'.ftLieute1z.a1zt ................ ................... C . R. LANGER, '37 Second Lieutenavzt .............. ..........., D . H. TETZLAFF, '37 Second Lieutenant ............... .............. F . H. TRUAX, '37 FACULTY MEMBERS Major Elbridge Colby Nlajor R-'Ialcolm E. Craig STUDENT MEMBERS H. J. Cannon G. lNIurphy F. M. Courtney H. G. Page R. D. Dopp P. F. Pond D. W. Eddy E. R. Ricker H. R. Gilmore A. H. Ross G. VV. Gray D. H. Tetzlafl' C. R. Langer F. H. Truax K. P. Lord C. Watters SECOND ROW: PAGE, SISCO, TRUAX, POND, MURPHY, GRAY, GILMORE FRONT ROW: COURTNEY, DOPP, EDDY, WA'I'l'ERS, LANGER, TETZLAFF 252 ALPHA ZETA u0N0lunY AGRICULTURAL socllrrv Founded at Ohio State University, 1897 Green lXfIou11tain Chapter, Established 1905 OFFICERS Chancellor ...... ................................. ................ Y li 7. L. JENKS, '37 Cemor ........... .................. F . P. HOXN'ARD, '37 Scribe ........... ........... K . S. CARPENTER, '38 Trea.v'urer ......... ................ R . D. XVI-IITCOMB, '38 C hronicler ....... ............................................................................ S . H. JEXVETT, '38 FACULTY MEMBERS Dean Joseph L. Hills Prof. Howard B. Ellenberger Prof. lX-larshall B. Cummings STUDENT MEMBERS 1937 F. P. Howard NI. H. lX'Iandigo W. L. Jenks D. VV. Vifhitman 1933 R. H. Beadle S. H. Jewett K. S. Carpenter L. N. Paquette P. A. Gilman D. Y. Stiles R. D. Whitcomb SECOND ROW: JEWETT, GILMAN. WHITCOMB, BEADLE, STYLES FRONT ROW: PAQUETTE, WHITMAN, JENKS, MANDIGO, CARPENTER 253 SFCONID ROW: DREW. HUTCHINSON, GIBSON, SUSSDORFF. CANEDY, OSGOOD. FIFIELD, LESSOR EXTON FRONT ROW: PERKINS, HAWLEY, HUNT, BARAW, TUOHY, MILLS. HOWD, ARCHAMBAULT GO0DBICll CLASSICAL CLUB lloN0nAnY CLASSICAL socllrrx' Organized 1936 Formerly Iota Chapter of Eta Sigma Phi OFFICERS Prexident .................... ............................................................... S HIRLEY R. BARAW Vice-Prefident..- ........ .............. lX fl. ELUNED ROBERTS Secretary .................... ................ h 'IAOLYN D. Oscoob Trearurer ............. ..................... J ANET G. LANOU STUDENT MEMBERS Katherine hi. Babbitt, '37 Harriet A. Canedy, '39 Evelyn A. Eaton, P.G. Norma T. Falby, '38 hiary O. Fifield, '39 Lyrace Flower, '38 Dorothy E. Gibson, '38 VV. Marguerite Harvey, '38 Dorothy B. Holmes, '38 Barbara A. Howd, '37 Pauline E. Hunt, '38 lVIuriel E. Hutchinson, '38 Constance L. Knight, '38 Norma M. Lessor, '39 S B. Lisman, '39 Minola G. Lockwood, '37 D. VV. hffarshall, '37 hflarion E. Mills, '38 F. H. Neagle, '37' Beverly R. Nute, '38 Charlotte E. Perkins, '38 Mary M. Rasines, '39 Joan NI. Ripper, '37 Priscilla Savage, '39 Patricia M. Stanley, '37 Barbara A. Sussdorff, '38 hflary V. Tuohy, '37 Helen hi. VVhite, '38 SECOND ROW: QUIMBY, GARLAND, POND FRONT ROW: STANLEY, PEARL, GILMORE, ROBERTSON PI GAMMA MU lIONOBAllY SOCIAL SCIENCE soclnrx' Founded at Southwestern College, 1924 Vermont Alpha, Established 1932 MEMBERS Lillian E. Garland H. R. Gilmore Clara B. Pearl P. F. Pond R. S. Quimby Iva E. Robertson Margaret O. Stanley Jean B. Young 255 TAU KAPPA ALPHA lloN0nAnY F0llENSlC socmrv Founded at the University of Indiana, 1908 Vermont Chapter, Established 1912 Q1 E OFFICERS Prexideut ............... .............. F . W. TIMMERMAN, '37 Secretary .................... ............... R . K. CALDXVELL, '38 Faculty Advixor ............. ............... M R. NI. D. POXVERS MEMBERS R. K. Caldwell, '38 Thelma A. Gardner, 337 C. Gronbeck, Jr., '38 F. W. Timmerrnan, '37 SECOND ROW: GRONBECK, TIMMERMAN FRONT ROW: CALDWELL, GARDNER. MR. POWERS 256 KAPPA PIII KAPPA lION0llAllY EDUCATIQIN SOClETY Founded at the University of New Hampshire, 1922 Alpha E up ,l ' nfl at 3 I ll r Gamma Chapter, Established 1927 OFFICERS President ...................... ................................................................ C . A. NICCUIN, '37 Vice-President .............. ...........,......................................... lf V. G. rrXVOMBLY, '37 Secretary ....................... ............. lX fl. H. BKIANDIGO, '37 Treasurer ............... ..................................................................................... H . E. Ross, 338 FACULTY MEMBERS Prof. Bennett Douglass Prof. Kenneth Sheldon Prof. B-'Ielvin Laatsch Prof. B. Holmes VVallace MEMBERS P. A. Gilman, ,3S NI. H. Nlandigo, '37 C. A. lVIcCuin, ,37 R. S. Quimby, '37 H. E. Ross, '38 W. G. Twombly, '37 SECOND ROW: GILMAN, QUIMBY FRONT ROW: ROSS. MCCUIN, TWOMBLY, MANDIGO 257 SIGMA DELTA PSI l10N0nAnY ATHLETIC FRATEBNITY Founded at Indiana University, 1912 U. V. NI. Chapter, Incorporated 1930 fForry-six ciiaprcfsy HONORARY NI EM B ERS Pres. Guy W1 Bailey Prof. hiilton H. Aldrich lXIr. Archibald T. Post Prof. Daniel B. Carroll' Prof. Howard A. Prentice Dr. Fred S. Kent GRADUATE MEMBERS john L. Beckley, '34 joseph J. Delfausse, '34 Onslow S. Brown, '34 Frederick Tupper, Jr., '32 Loyal S. WV1-ight, Jr., '33 STUDENT MEMBERS Theodore P. Budzyna, '38 Austin H. Ross, 137 John H. Suitor, '38 0MICB.0N NU noNonAlw norms ECON0l5IlCS socuarx' Vermont Phi, Organized 1925 OFFICERS Preride-ut ........... - .................................. ...................... P AULINE BRISTOL, '37 Secretary-Trear-urer ........................ lN'lRs. FLORENCE S. NORTON, '37 Faculty Adv-iror ...... ..................................................................... B ERTHA NI. TERRILL FACULTY MEMBERS Florence E. Bailey Marjorie E. Luce Alida B. Fairbanks Marianne IVIuse IX-Iargaret I. Liston Bertha IXI. Terrill STUDENT MEMBERS Pauline L. Bristol Florence S. Norton ' 258 Preridemf ........... ............ V ice-Prexide-rzt .......,....... Registrar ...................... . Treafurer................ Chester H. Buchanan Allan S. Everest F. Elizabeth Haig Sidney Alpert Evelyn Eaton Robert B. Aiken VVellington E. .Aiken Lyman Allen Guy VV. Bailey Mary R. Bates Howard G. Bennett Ray E. Buchanan James A. Bullard George P. Burns George H. Burrows Ernest H. Buttles Frederick D. Carpenter Capt. Elbridge Colby John E. Craps Leon VV. Dean .lohn B. DeForest Eleazer bl. Dole PIII BETA KAPPA u0NonAln' scuomsrlc 1-'nA'rEnNl'n' Founded at William and Mary College, 1776 Alpha of Vermont, Established 1848 OFFICERS V. KIDDER HERVEY NIACOINIBER .........a.....HENRX' F. PERKINS I INITIATES - june, 1936 Linus Leavens Harry P. Levine December, 1936 Hugh R. Gilmore FACULTY MEMBERS Bennett C. Douglass George B. Dykhuizen Percy A. Fraleigh Asa R. Gilford George G. Groat Raymond A. Hall Ralph NI. Holmes George V. Kidder Edward G. Lindsay Julian I. Lindsay Carl B. Lucarini lX-'larjoriei E. Luce Miriam M. Marston. L. Douglas Nleredith M. Louise Morgan Edmund C. Nlower Arthur B. Myrick 259 Fokiuesr W. KEHOE Belmont Nlusicant Esther L. Sinclair lXfIary R. Vilhitney Florence Schoff Norton Henry R. Swift Geno B. Lucarini Catherine F. Nulty Henry F. Perkins Lester M. Prindle Lawrence V. Shorey Richard VV. Smith, Jr. VVinona E. Stone Elijah Swift Bertha NI. Terrill Evan Thomas Randolph L. Towne Frederick Tupper Benj. B. -Vlfainwright Lawrence C. Vifhitman Amos B. VVillrnarth Lester L. lVoodward Lloyd A. Woodward THE VEBMIINT CYNIC STUDENT NEWSPAPER Published Semi-weekly Founded 1883 THIRD ROW: LISMAN, GLASS, MITCHELL, LIKOVSKY. RUTSTEIN SECOND ROW: BLISS. THACHER, LOUDEN, SUSSDORFF, ROCKWOOD, WHITE, FARRELL FRONT ROW: CATANIA. LEHRER, GARDNER, GILMORE, BABBITT, KEITH, LIVAK THE BOARD February, 1936-February, 1937 Editor-in-Chief .......................... ......................................... H UGH R. GILLIORE, '37 Biuinerr .Manager ............ ............... H ASTINGS KEITH, '38 I'V0771E7l,.f Editor ............ ............. T HELIXIA GARDNER, '37 lllanaging Editor .............. ......,..... K ATHERINE BABBITT, '37 Feature Editor ..................... ........................... A NNA LIVAK, '37 Art Editor ..................................... .............. E DNVARD SEDLIS, '38 ' fldzrertixivzg lllanager .........................................,................................. EMERY LEWIS, '39 Faculty Advisor ................................................................................................ LEON XV. DEAN NEWS EDITORS Nlarie Catania, '38 Alarita Farrell, '38 FEATURE WRITERS Leonard Bingham, '37 Donald Carpenter, '38 Elizabeth Gallup, '37 Sylvia lX'Iargulis, '37 REPORTERS lX'Iargaret Bliss, '39 Robert Likovsky, '39 Louise Bull, '39 Bernard Lisman, '39 Roberta Butterfield, '39 Helen Loudon, '39 Barbara Sussdorff, '38 Ruth lfVhite '38 Mildred Rockwood, '35 lX'Iartha Rist, '39 Elizabeth Struthers, '39 lN'Iuriel Thacher, '39 hfiiriam Healy, '39' T. Burke lN'IcHugh, '39 Anita Wiegand, '39 ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS VValter Glass, '39 Lester lN1Iitchell, '39 260 DONALD CARPENTER E d itor-in-C hief ........ - ...... BuJi1ze.r.r M anager ...... .. Womeifx Editor ....... Marzagirzg Editor ...... Feature Editor ........ ... Recording Editor .......... Sport: Editor ..... - ..... ,. Exchange Editor ........... F' I THE BOARD HASTINGS KFITH February, 1937-February, 1938 CARPENTER .........HASTINGS KEITH ..............e.RUTI-I WHITE, ............B'1ARIE CATANIA . ....... - ..... BARBARA SUSSDORFF .........lh'IARI'l'A FARRELI, ...........LEONARD BINGHAINI .flrt Editor .................... - ........... ........ IYIILDRED Roc KYVOOD . ..,.......... IEDVVARD SEDLIS J J Advertising lllanager ............ ................... E IIIERY LEWIS Faculty .fldviror ............. Aflargaret Bliss, '39 Louise Bull, '39 Roberta Butteriield, '39 Miriam Healy, '39 Jean Brehmer, '40 Eleanor Brody, '40 Arthur Clark, '40 Jeanne Dennis, '39 NEWS EDITORS Robert Likovsky, '39 Bernard Lisman, '39 Helen Loudon, '39 T. Burke McHugh, '39 Nlartha Rist, '39 REPORTERS lN'IarcelyII Heath, '40 Robert Linsley, '40 Elizabeth Affyers, '40 Cedric Nussbaum, '40 Ruth Palmer, '39 ................LEoN WV. DEAN Marjorie Rossiter, '39 Elizabeth Struthers, 39 Muriel Thacher, '39 Anita VViegand, '39 John Thayer, '40 Elvira Palermo, '40 Flora Selleck, '38 Barbara Schults, '40 ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS Walter Glass, '39 Lester Mitchell, '39 261 THE ABIEI. UN IVERSITY YEAllBO0K Published by the Junior Class SECOND ROW: WHITE. VAN DYCK, BRONSON, WOOL, ROCKWOOD, GEAR. NEWTON FRONT ROW: DALTON, HENNESSEY, LEE, SUSSDORFF, DRAPER, COOMBS .Ed1KOT-111--C lnef ........ , .... .Ue1z,.v Editor .......... Womerfs Editor ........... A-Ianagiing Editor ............. EDITORIAL STAFF SUSSDORFF - ......................... W. L. LEE ............NIARY DRAPER G. Coomas Photographic Editors ............ ......, Biography Edizorf ........... Feature Editors ............ Sport: Editor: ........... Faculty Editor .......... 262 FRANCES HENNESSEY' R. F. DALTON PRISCILLA NEWTON ' F. T. GEAR RUTH WHITE D. H. RIPPER NIILDRED ROCKXVOOD YV. C. XIAN DYCK BRONSON BARBARA SUSSDORFF HASTINGS KEITH BUSINESS STAFF BuJi1ze.f.v zllanager .... ......... ............... ...................... ............... .... ............. H A s 'r 1 N cs KEITH :4d'U67'Z'iJ'i7lg rllauager... .......... ........ ............. I A CK Woor. Circulation Alanager ......... ........... J ACK ROBINSON Salef Ilfanager .............................................................. .. ............................................ Lois GOULD Ruth Anderson Gertrude Atkins Sarah Brigham Lois Brown Louise Bull Lucy Buttles R. A. Gomez E. Gasperini, Jr. Helen Keedy Axsirtavzt Busivzess Managers ALBERT GERARD LESTER IVIITCHELL EDITORIAL SCRUBS Sophomore: F. E. Harrigan lX'Iiriam Healy E. Jacobson B. Lisman T. B. lNfIcHugh Ruth Palmer E. Nicholson Freshmen Kathryn McKenzie Mary Nelson 263 Jane Riddell Sally Rigney Martha Rist Priscilla Savage Kathryn Scott Arthalene Smith Ruth VVimett Barbara Smith Elizabeth Taylor WINNOWINGS FBOM THE IVIILL STUDENT LITERARY MAGAZINE Vol. X fPublishcd Four Times a Ycarj Founded 1930 EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief ........... ......................................................... E LIZABETH GALLUP, '37 Poetry Editor .........,.. ........,.. K AYE STARBIRD, '38 Exxay Editor ................... ............. L YRACE FLOXVER, '38 Short Story Editor .......... ................ D ORIS COREY, '38 Exchange Editor '.... ....... ...................... L U LA XVATTS, '37 DOROTHY HOL1N'IES, '38 LENA BUSSEY, '37 Contributing Editorx ............. HARRY NOYES, '37 NIARTHA DOUGLASS, '39 I ELMER IXIESERVEY, '3 7 Faculty .fldvixor ............. . .. .......... .. ................ LEON VV. DEAN BUSINESS STAFF Bu.fine.f.v lllanager ...........................................................,....,. Ii.-XTHERINE BABBITT, '37 .4.v.vixta-nt Businenu' .Manager .............. ................... F RED Coomns, '38 Circulation .Manager ............................ ................ D ORrs COREY, '38 .flsrixta-rzt Circulation lllanager. ............. ................. N IARJORIE JONES, '37 Advertising Zllanager ....................... , ........ .,........... K ATHARINE TUPPER, '38 .4.f.vi.ftant .dd-vertiying Manager ............. ........................ N ORMA F ALBY, '38 SECOND ROW: FLOWER, SHAFFER, STARBIRD, DOUGLASS FRONT ROW: BABBITT. GALLUP, MESERVEY, COREY, HAMILTON 264 PIIESS CLUB Reorganized 1923 OFFICERS Prerident ..................................... ................................................ G XVYNNETH JONES, '37 Secretary-Trearurer ............. ................ R UTH NVHITE, '38 Social Chairman .................. ............ B fIARIE CATANIA, '38 MEMBERS Dorothy Akers, '38 lXflarion Bartlett, '37 lN"largaret Bliss, '39 Virginia Bradway, '39 Ruth Bronson, '38 Roberta Butterfield, '39 Marie Catania, '38 Dorothy Childs, '37 hflary Draper, '38 Lois Gould, '38 Nliriam Healy, '39 Bertha Hewitt, '38 Dorothy Holmes, '38 Abbie Howe, '37 Ruth White, '38 Lois Jackson, '39 Gwynneth Jones, '37 Gretchen Keelan, '38 lX'lartha lVIcGillicuddy, '37 Emily lvlclver, '37 Jean McLam, '37 Kathryn Newcomb, '38 Thelma Packard, '39 Estaleen Perkins, '39 Nlildred Rockwood, '38 Isabel Selleck, '38 Barbara Shattuck, '39 Janet Sheltus, '39 Leola Stiles, '39 . THIRD ROW: B. SI-IALUCIIA, SELLECK, STILES, PACKARD, HOLMES, AKERS, HEALY SECONID ROW: K. SHALUCHA, KEELAN, PERKINS, JACKSON, STANLEY, MCIVER, M. HOWE FRONT ROW: NEWCOMB, ROCKWOOD, A. HOWE, WHITE, JONES, CATANIA, BLISS, STRUTHERS 265 SECOND ROW: BULL, MYERS, STARBIRD, KINSLEY BISSON FRONT ROW: ROBERTS, BREHMER, WEAVER, WATTS BUSSEX DENNIS BLUESTIICKINGS Preride nt .............................. Secretary- Treasurer ............. Social Chairman ............... OFFICERS ..... ffffff.'fff Rims STAND 38 ..............lX!IARTHA DOUG LAss 39 MEMBERS Katherine Babbitt, '37 Jeanette Bisson, '40 Jean Brehmer, '40 Louise Bull, '39 Lena Bussey, '37 Doris Corey, '38 Jeanne Dennis, '39 Elizabeth Gallup, '37 Alice Hamilton, '37 Reba Kinsley, '37 Elizabeth Myers, '40 Kathleen Naramore, '40 Eluned Roberts, '37 Electa Schaefer, '37 Barbara Sussdorll, '38 Grace VVeaver, '40 266 NOYES, STANLEY, BRONSON, CARPENTER llANDBO0KS MEN'S HANDBOOK Editor-in-Chief ............... ..,........ D . B. CARPENTER, '38 Bu.fi1ze:.v Illanager ....... .., ............. P. VV. Novlzs, '38 WOMEN,S HANDBOOK Editor-in-Chief ..........,..... ............... P ATRICIA STANLEY, '37 Busi-1z.e.vs Jllanagcr ....... ........ N ..... R UTH BRONSON, '38 267 MEN9S GLEE CLUB Di-rector ........................... .Manager .... .... ...................... .flfriytant 1Wanager......... ivrixtavzt Manager ............... .-lfcompanist ......................... D. L. Clark L. J. Bingham H. Goodman C. YV. Anderson NI. J. Boucher F. D. Eddy VV. L. Blanchard H R. D. Dopp D OFFICERS HOWARD G. BENNETT K. HOUGH1'0N D. EDDY . L. BLANCH.-mo MEMBERS First Te-novgr Second Tenor: R. H. Johnson R. E. Johnstone C. Houghton H. A. Lebow F int Bax: F. J. Guilmette L. H. Janolf Second Bays . F. Fitzgerald J. Graziano RONALD H. PERCIVAL H. A. Schoff L. A. Simpson H. YV. Stanley G. A. Tulin G. NI. Romm C. YV. Stevens R. L. Young P. C. Jenks P. B. Shoemaker THIRD ROW: CLARK, JOHNSTONE, FITZGERALD, SIMPSON. STEVENS, YOUNG, HOUGHTON TIIINRS SHOEMAKER SECOND ROW: LEBO, TULIN, GOODMAN, BLANCHARD, EDDY, BOUCHER, JANOFF. BINGH.-XM JOHNSTON ROM M FRONT ROW: SCHOFF, STANLEY, PROFESSOR BENNETT, DOPP, ANDERSON 268 Presuient ............................... Bu.vi1Le.v.r Jllavzager ........ ,. Dzrector ................................. Accompanift ...,........ Katherine Babbitt hflargaret Bliss Jane Bullard Gwendolyn Erwin Nlarguerite Harvey Ruth Bronson hflary Galbraith Doris Hasseltine Reta Howe WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB OFFICERS BULLARD ., .................... RUTH BRON soN MEMBERS First Soprano: Hazel Enders hflarjorie Howe Harriet Lewis Second Sopranos Emma Needham Ruth Palmer Catherine Shalucha Alto: Mary Lechnyr Betty Millington Beverly Nute Helen Pattrell Alta Plumb HOYVARD G. BENNETT IMAECK hflarguerite Perkins Harriet Ranney Claudia Renehan Janice Spear Charlotte Thompson Gretta Rowe Shirley Stone Sylvia Strand Helen White SECOND ROW: RENEHAN, BLISS, PLUM, GALBRAITH, LECHNYR, PEARSON, HARVEY, THOMPSON, ROWE FRONT ROW: WOLFE, TUCKER, ERWIN, MILLINGTON, BULLARD, BRONSON, STRAND, SHALUCHA, ENDERS 269 THIRD ROW: DOPP, TAYLOR, EDDY, FITZGERALD, KNIESTE, STEVENS, BELCHER SECOND ROW: DAVIDSON, HARWOOD, BRONSON, PROFESSOR BENNETT, CLARK, TAYLOR. M XRIIN FRONT ROW: DONAHUE, PERKINS, ROWE, STRAND, ERWIN. BLISS, RENEI-IAN THE UNIVERSITY ClIOIB Dzrector .......... ..................................... ........... P R oF. H. G. BENNETT Sopranof Helen F. Bellows Margaret A. Bliss Gene Clark Kathleen Donahue Gwendolyn G. Erwin Emma C. Needham h'Iarguerite I. Perkins Harriet E. Ranney Claudia XV. Renehan Tenor: S. P. Belcher D. L. Clark R. F. Colburn R. E. Johnstone R. I. Martin lX'I. E. Perley H. A. Schoff H. YV. Stanley R. B. Taylor MEMBERS Alto: Ruth B. Bronson Margaret E. Corliss jean NI. Fuller Mary E. lX"Iillington Gretta R. Rowe Laura E. Sherman Sylvia Strand Elizabeth E. Taylor Bauer R. D. Dopp F. D. Eddy H. F. Fitzgerald C. B. Harwood P. C. Jenks P. B. Shoemaker C. VV. Stevens 270 SECOND ROW: BISACCIA, NORTON, PROFESSOR BENNETT, PERCIVAL, CLARK, MRS ELDER, BALL FRONT ROW: MISS HARRIS, FOSTER CHAPEL 0IlCIlES'l'llA Director ............................. ....................................... P ROE. H. G. BENNETT Concert A1 i.rtre.fJ ............ 1 ............ RIRS. CHARLOTTE DEVOLT ELDER MEMBERS hlrs. Jeanette Buttles, violin Mary VVhitney, '36, violin Dorothy Ball, '39, violin L. J. Bisaccia, '39, violin G. jones, '37, violin P. C. Jenks, '40, violin D. L. Clark, '39, violin YV. G. Norton, '38, viola Miss Freda Harris, 'cello Phyllis Foster, '39, 'Cello R. H. Percival, '39, double bass UNIVERSITY 0IlCllESTllA Director ............................. ..............................,........ P Ror. H. G. BENNETT Convert rlIi.vtre5.v ........... ........................ h IRS. CHARLOTTE DEVOLT ELDER MEMBERS Dorothy Ball, '39, violin G. jones, '37, violin P. C. Jenks, '40, violin Sarah A. Brigham, '40, violin Ruth A. Palmer, '39, violin Catherine Shalucha, '40, violin 27 YV. G, Norton, '38, viola Phyllis Foster, '39, 'cello R. H. Percival, '39, bass Mary J. Howe, '40, trumpet Barbara Schults, '40, flute Claudia Renehan, '39, piano Il. 0. T. C. BAND OFFICERS Director ....................... -.. .............. NIR. JOSEPH F. LECHNYR .4.v,fi5tant Director ....... ..,..................................... R . F. DALTON Drum lllajor ............ ............. T . B. B"ICHUGH MEMBERS Trumpet:-R. E. lX-Ioseley, B. VV. Harriman, F. D. Eddy, E. P. Clifford, L. J J Pretty, VV. C. Langlas, D. E. YVilson, E. Roberts, H. G. Page. Horns-VV. Heininger, E. Abell, R. Fletcher, R. H. Johnson, L. Kotuby. Clarinet:-R. F. Dalton, R. F. Morgner, J. Thayer, lXfI. S. lX'Iills, F. YV. Chereskin C. W. Stevens, J. M. McKee, R. W. Amidon. Saxophonex-E. Capen, E. F. Roby. Flute and Piccolo-N. A. Briggs, F. F. Jones. Baritotrzies-R. E. Dunning, J. A. Hunter. Tromboner-H. Vlfakefield, P. G. hflelendy, NI. D. Hull. Bauer-R. H. Percival, E. C. Bingham. Bell Lyra and Jlvfarimbaplio-ne--C. H. Brown. Drumx and Tympani-P. C. Jenks, E. S. Irwin, H. Stowers, F. T. Gear. 272 UNIVERSITY PLA! ERS ll0NonAnY DBAMATIC socuzn OFFICERS Prendevzt ....................... - ............ ..................................... C 0-b-uri new Ella-nagerx .............. Property ilfanager ............ S. P. Belcher H. Cannon B. D. Cashman J. Barron Ruth Bronson Hazel Enders Phyllis Nlann Lois Brown MEMBERS 1937 C. F. Derven Eleanor Douglas 1938 Ruth Maurice M. B. Newman Priscilla Newton 1939 A. Datnoff Nlary Filield. Organized 1935 P. BELCHER, H. H. HUNT, R. N. SAXBY, RUTH BRONSON, Barbara Howd H. H. Hunt R. N. Saxby D. H. Ripper E. G. Sedlis M. Solin Barbara Sussdorff B. Frank THIRD ROW: DERVIN, SOLIN, CASIIMAN, NEWMAN, RIPPER, SEDLIS, BARROIN SECOND ROW: ENDERS. BRONSON, SLTSSDORFF, MANN. ROCKWOOD. BROWN, FII Il LD . FRONT ROW: IIOWD. DOUGL.-XSS, HUNT, BELCHER, SAXBY, NEWTON, MAURICL 273 Katherine Babbitt Ruth Quinn SECOND ROW: T. GARDNER, WRIGHT, BROWN, MANN. F. GARDNER. MYERS, GARLAND M YITIILWS FRONT ROW: BALL, ROCKWOOD, HOWE. BEAN, BULL. BLISS. MOYER DBAMATIC CLUB Founded 1917 Pre.r-idernt ........ .. OFFICERS Treasu fer ...... ........ ..... .... - . ............ . lN'IARGU12R1TE BEAN, FRANCES HENNESSEY, Stage Jlflanager .................. - ................. ......... L OUISE BULL, Publicity Jllanag Marguerite Bean Pauline Bristol Gene Clark Beatrice Ball Norma Falby Frances Gardner Frances Hennessey lN'Iarjorie Howe R-'Iargaret Bliss Lois Brown Louise Bull r er .............. ................. ..... .............. . .......... lx A T HERINE BABBITT, MEMBERS 1937 Elizabeth Gallu P Thelma Gardner Lillian Garland Anna Livak Clarabell lNIayer 1938 Helen Huntington Jeannette McFarland Phyllis lvlann Bonita Rlatthews Priscilla Newton 1939 Roberta Butterfield Martha Douglass 274 Barbara Redding Helen lVorkman Helen Yvright lX'Iildred Rockwood Carol Stone Barbara Sussdorff Katherine Tupper lXfIarion Yerkes Helen Loudon lX'largaret Spencer Rita Thabault 1 SECOND ROW: PERKINS. BRONSON, TAYLOR, COREY FRONT ROW: GALLUP, DONAHUE, BEAN, ANDERSON, BABBITT YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA'l'ION THE COUNCIL Prexiderzt ................. ........... IN IARGUERITE BEAN, '37 Vice-Preyiderzt ......... ......... K ATHLEEN DONAHUE, '38 Secretary .............. ......... H ARRIET ANDERSON, '39 Treasurer ................................. ........... C HARLOTTE PERKINS, '38 Chairman of Publicity ................ ............ K ATHERINE BABBITT, '37 Chairman of Social Service ......... .............. F LORENCE WADE, '39 Director of Rock Point ............ ......... P ATRICIA STANLEY, '37 Social Chairman ..................... ..- ..... BARBARA REDDING, '37 Perxorzal Director ..... - ........................ ............. D ORIS COREY, '38 Editor Frexhman Handbook ............................................. PATRICIA STANLEY, '37 Buyinefr Manager' of Freshman Handbook ............... RUTH BRONSON, '38 Director of Freshman Camp .......................................... ELIZABETH GALLUP, '37 .flfxistant Director of Freshman Camp .......... ................... D ORXS COREY, '38 275 VERMIINT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION THE COUNCIL Clzairrnan ........ ....,...... C . K. HOUGHTON, Vice-Chairman. ................ E. R. RICKER, Secretary-Treasurer ..........,... L. R. LEZER, Publicity Director ........ ............. R . WV1LsoN Deputation Director ............................. ........... G . JONES, Director of Frexlzvrrzarz Camp .............. ................ R . D. DOPP Director of Student Service ...... ..... .. ..... E . C. BINGHAM BINGHAM, DOPP, HOUGHTON, LEZER 276 AMERICAN SOCIE'I'Y 0F MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Reorganized 1931 OFFICERS Chair-ma'n... ................................. ................ E . R. YVHIPPLE, '37 Vice-Clzairman ................. ............. R . F. NIANLEY, '37 Serretary-Treaxurer ......... .............. - .............. F . K. WVISEMAN, '37 Honorary Clzairmaen .............. MEMBERS 1937 R. Leekoif F. H. Truax F. Manley 1938 T. Gear E. Lyman, Jr. S. Hall, jr. 1939 M. Abbott F. M. Converse H. Canary ...............PRoF. EDMUND L. Sussuonrr F.. R. VVhipple F. K. Yviseman R. M. Snow VV. A. VVheeler, Jr. B. VV. Harriman C. A. Renfrew SECOND ROW: HARRIMAN. RENFREW, CONVERSE, CANARY. HALL, WHEELER FRONT ROW: MANLEY, WISEMAN, WHIPPLE, TRUAX, LYMAN, SNOW 277 SECOND ROW: LANCTOT, CALDWELL FRONT ROW: SISCO. COURTNEY. EDDY, TOZER AMERICAN INSTITUTE 0F ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS Student Branch Founded 1884 Vermont Branch, Organized 1928 OFFICERS Chmrman ...... . .................... - ....... . ........... ........ - ......... .... .... V ice-Chairman ........ - .... - ..... Secretary- Treasurer ............. Faculty Cou1z.reIor..... ...... MEMBERS . 1937 F. M. Courtney D. W. Eddy R. J. Duncan R. T. Fenn 1938 C. H. Caldwell K. A. Laplant R. J. Tozer 1939 E. D. Abell E. M. Brown VV. O. Hale 278 F. M. COURTNEX', '37 K. LANCTOT, '37 .- ..... - ...... H. VV. Srsco, ,37 ...........PRoF. E. R. McKEE E. K. Lanctot H. VV. Sisco G. B. Worthen F. B. Leary THIRD ROW: PIERCE, HERBERT, SPELLMAN, GREENE., MACK. THIBAULT SECOND ROW: HOUGHTON. LANGER, DUDLEY, CATE, SUTLIFF. CERUTTI, MANSFIELD FRONT ROW: LEE, KIDD, CASHMAN, DEAN ECKHARD, HOWARD, MESERVEY, THIBAULT P1'e.ride11t.... ......................... ... Vice-Prefident ...... ................... Secretary-Treasurer .......... Faculty Adviror .........., -.. Bernard Cashman Carl Langer Albert Cate Donald Dewart Thomas Herbert Wendell Benway Robert Dudley AMERICAN SIICIETY 0F CIVIL ENGINEERS Founded 1852 Vermont Student Chapter, Established 1936 OFFICERS . ..................................... ........... B . D. CASHIVIAN, '37 H. Ross, '37 R. HOYVARD, '38 G. F. ECKHARD MEMBERS 1937 Elmer hileservey Edmund Ricker 1938 Charles Houghton Earl Howard 1939 David Johnson Franklin Nlack Elbridge Nfansfield 279 Austin Ross Nelson Thibault Kenneth Kidd William Lee Moses Thibault Louis Pierce VVilliam Spellman, J AGGIE CLUB Reorganized 1932 P1'e.v1de11t ........................ Vice-Prexide mf .......... S ec fffd ry..- ............... . Trearurer ................. Faculty fldvixor ............ F. P. Howard VV. L. Jenks P. A. Gilman S. H. Jewett H. J. Haynes C. YV. Livak J. Buchanan R. E. Dana . E. DeVine H. Ketchum C. A. Lafley K OFFICERS C. NIARTIN, '37 D. VVHITCOMB, '38 VV. LIVAK, '39 VV. STONE, '39 .- ............................................ PROP. lXfI. H. CALIPBELL NIEMBERS 1937 EQ FU FFF' FFUPUU F. McPhee H. Nlandigo 1938 D. W'l1itcomb 1939 E. Plumb R. Rogers H. Russell 1940 F. Leonard H. Leonard F. Nelson D. Paquette R. C. Nlartin J. E. YVoodl1ull A. E. Lapierre H. E. Ross VV. YV. Stone R. NI. Young WT. S. Rogers O. C. Sargent S. J. Selleck R. E. WVl1ite J. S. W'hitworth THIRD ROW: GILMAN, NELSON, MANDIGO. WHITE, DEVINE. PLUMB SLCOND ROW: SELLECR. McCUIN, LEONARD, ROSS, HOWARD, LAFLEY, PAQL:F.'I'1E FROYT ROW- MCPHEE, STONE, LIVAK. MARTIN, WOODHULL, JEWETT, PERLEY 280 INTEBNATIONAL BELATIONS CLUB Presulent ........... .............................................. .......... f X . C. SPAULDING, IH, '38 F. G. COOMBS, '38 Vice-Prexidevztx H. H. HUNT, '37 E. JACOBSON, '39 C orre.rpo-ndivzg Secretary .................................... . ,... Reefordi-ng Secretary ........ Treasurer ........ . ........... - .... . E. A. BREXVER, '37 H. L. JOHNSON, '38 S. P. BELCHER, '37 RIAXINE HARVEY, '38 B. P. BACON, '39 B. FRAINT, '39 D. K. DULEY, '37 INLATHRYN KELLETT, '38 C. T. CONKLIN, JR., '37 VV. G. GRIEVE, '38 Com-mittee on Agenda H. R. GILMORE, '37 Publicity Committee J. T. HAUGH, '39 H. KEITH, '38 Room C o m mittee R. VV. GORTON, '40 G. YV. HOWARD, '38 Library Committee NIARY NELSON, '40 Social Comm mittee REBECCA KIBBY, '38 BARBARA ORDWAY, '37 H. V. BTIDDLEXVORTH, '40 .ROBERTA BUTTERFIELD, '39 ...........LAGNES XVALKER, '39 ........ELIAS LYLIAN, III, '38 H. A. NOYES, JR., '37 L. H. ROME, '37 T. B. A"ICHUGH, '39 H. L. PRATT, '38 J. 1X-IEIKLEM, '40 VV. S. THORIPSON, '39 CLARA PEARL, '37 M. I. SAIGER, '37 J. H. SUTTOR, '38 A. R. TOh'IASSETTI, '37 THIRD ROW: JACOBSON. FRANK, MEIKLEM, LYMAN, WEBSTER. COOMBS SECOND ROW: MR. LAATSCH. GILMORE. MCHUGH. SPALDING, GORTON. BACON, DULEY FRONT ROW: HARVEY, BUTTERFIELD, KELLETT, PEARL, WALKER, NELSON. ORDWAY, KIBBY 281 SECOND ROW: ESTABROOK, HAWLEY, HARRIGAN, BURROWS FRONT ROW: RIST. BULL, RICE, BRONSON 0U'l'ING CLUB OFFICERS OF COUNCIL Chairman ..... ..................................................... - ........................ .. ...... L OUISE BULL, '39 Secretary ....... .... ............... L 0 Uxsn BULL, '39 Treaxurer ........ -. .............. RUTH BRONSON, '38 COUNCIL MEMBERS Louise Bull, '39 Ruth Bronson, '38 YV. NI. Burrows, '37 R. F. Estabrook, '40 F. E. Harrigan, '39 L. D. Hawley, '37 Edith Rice, '39 Niartha Rist, '39 282 SECOND ROW: SMITH, TREAT, HARVEY. MAXHAM, MYERS, MACKAY, PEARL FRONT ROW: KELLETT, BUSSEY. PROF. DOANE. ROCKWOOD, BULL, PALMER Prerident ................... Vice-President .......... Secretary ................,... Treaxurer ........ , .............. Social Chairman .......... Faculty Adzfifor ........... K LE CEBCLE FRANCAIS OFFICERS Reorganized 1933 M ............... ........... . .- ..... lX fI1LDRED J. Rocxwooo, '38 ................PATR1c1A STANLEY, '37 ......................lN1IADELINE DUMEZ .. .......... .a ..... NIAXINE HARVEY, '38 . ........... NIINOLA G. Locxwoon, '37 R. F. DOANE MEMBERS Madeline Archambault, P.G. Marion Briggs, '37 Louise Bull, '39 Lena M. Bussey, '37 Marion H. Coleman, '39 Florence E. Cook, '38 Gracelyn A. Drew, '38 Nladeline Dumez CUnclassifiedD Hazel N. Enders, '38 Catrina M. Esmati, '37 Norma I. Falby, '38 Maxine I. Harvey, '38 Barbara A. Howd, '37 283 Kathryn Kellett, '38 Velma NI. Lahflonda, '37 Anna L. Livak, '37 Nlinola G. Lockwood, '37 Emily E. lXfIcIver, '37 Elizabeth L. Meyers, '40 Ruth A. Palmer, '39 Nlildred J. Rockwood, '38 Barbara C. Smith, '40 Dulcena A. Smith, '37 Patricia M. Stanley, '37 Katherine L. Tupper, '38 G. Paul Wiedeman, '38 J0llN DEWEY CLUB Preride nt..- .............. . NV. ANDERSON- V-zce-Prendent .......... ............................... - ..... L ULA XVATTS Secretary ..... .............. Treasurer ........... C. C. Agnew Dorothy Akers Margaret Allen VV. S. Bedford E. C. Bingham Constance Bishop Louise Brazier Ruth Bronson R. K. Caldwell D. B. Carpenter R. Cassone F. G. Coombs L. H. DeShaw Lois Gould hflarguerite Harvey Maxine Harvey Dorothy Holmes IX-Iarjorie Howe NIARGUERITE Przkluxs, PAGE JUNIOR MEMBERS C. H. Jordon Gretchen Keelan Kathryn Kellett Rebecca Kibby Constance Knight Janet Lanou Helen Leary Jeanette lX-'IcFarland Bonita Matthews Ruth lXfIaurice lylaxine Maxham A. B. Meservey E. L. Mills L. Nlonti Beverley Nute lXf'Iaolyn Osgood Ethel Pearl Charlotte Perkins Ruth Perkins D. H. Ripper J. VV. Robinson lXfIildred Rockwood G. D. Rosanelli L. A. Schine Flora Selleck H. WV. Stahl Carol Stone Carrie Stulilebeam John Suitor Barbara Sussdorff M. Traunstein Agnes W'alker Genevieve Wesolowslta B-I. VVolinsky Sylvia Zabarsky THIRD ROW: DERVEN, BISHOP, BRIGGS, ANDERSON, INIOYER, GARLAND, PAGE SECOND ROW: HARVEY, ROCKWOOD. MA'I'I'HEWS, BRONSON, LAMONDA, McGILLICUDDY, ROONEY FRONT ROW: GILMORE, ROBERTSON, HOWD, TOWLE, HUNTINGTON, WATTS, BARTLETI' 284 INDEPENDENTS Reorganized 1934 OFFICERS PreJia'e1zt ............ .......... L . BINGHAINI, '37 Vice-President ......... .......... H . R. GILNIORE, '37 Secretary ............. .M ..... R. B. SMITH, '40 Trearurer ....... ........... F . A. JOHNSON, '40 This organization has for its membership all non-fraternity men at Vermont. Its purpose is to carry on the traditions of Vermont, its slogan, "Vermont First." The Independents, as an organization, has been successively gaining in strength during the last few years. Since its reorganization in 1934 it has been characterized by a unity that is amazing in such a widespread group. For many years the Independents have been competing in intramural athletics with the fraternities, but only recently has their strength been felt in this, as in other fields of extra-curricular activity. It is felt that this organization will con- tinue to gain in strength after such a notable start. SECOND ROW: JOHNSON, BAILEY FRONT ROW: SMITH, BINGHAM, GILMORE 285 SECOND ROW: GLASS. LIKOVSKY, LISMAN FRONT ROW: BISSELL, CALDWELL, MR. POWERS DEBATING TEAM Oct. Oct. Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec. Dec. Feb. Feb. Mar. Mar. Mar Ma r. Mar Mari A-la r Ma r. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Manager ............ ......... R . K. CALDXVELL, '38 lXfIElXf1BERS O. Bissell, '39 NV. M. Glass, 339 R. Likovosky, '39 R. K. Caldwell, '38 B. Lisman, '39 R1EN'S DEBATING SCHEDULE, 1936-1937 Date School Plan' Held 29, 1936 ...... . .... ..... - .... . .Bates College ...- ......,... M .............. ............. L cwiston, Me. 31, 1936 ............ .... . ....... S tate Teachers College ............. ............. P lYIl'lOllI1l, N. H. 6, 1936 ............ ...... - .... . Keene Normal School ........ - ...... ............. B urlington ZS, 1936... ........ c .... - ...... Bishop's University ....., .. .......... ..... - .... ............. L e nnoxville, Que. 26, 1936 ............ .............. U niversity of Ottawa.-....- ..... - .......... -- ........ .. .... . .... Ottawa, Ont. 27 1936 ...,. . ...... ........ . .... lN 'IcGil1 University ........ - ...... . .... L ............... ............. lN Iontreal, Que. 3, 1936 .......... - ........ , .... St. Michael's College .... . ..... -... ...- ........ Burlington 3, 1936 ............ .....,........ D artmouth College .. .... - ..... ... ......... New London, N. I-1. 12, 1937 ...... - .... ...- ..... -.Clark University 2 ............... M ............. Burlington 25, 1937. .......... .............. lX fliddlebury Colleg .... - .......... -. ............. Middlebury, Vt. 22, 1937-.- ...... ...... - ...... F ranklin and Marisiiall ............. ...... - ..... L ancaster, Pa. 23, 1937 ........... - .... 2 .... ,University of Delaware ........ - ............ .........,... N ewark, Deia. . 24, 1937 ............ ........... - .Randolph-Macon College .- .... M..- ...... .............. A shland, Va. 25, 1937 ............ .............. X Vest Virginia Wesleyan College ............ ............. B uckhannon, W. Va. 26, 1937 ............ .............. N 'Iarietta College ........... - ..... - .... - .......... - .......... ............. lx liarietta, Ohio 29, 1937 ............ .............. B owling Green State University ...... ,... ............. Bowling Green, Ohio 30, 1937 ............ .......,...... h lolm Carroll University .......... - .......... c... ............. Univ. Heights, Ohio 31, 1937 ........... .............. B etliany College ......... , ........... ................. ............. B e tllany, XV. Va. 1, 1937- .......... ...- ......... St. Vincent College ................ ............. L atrobe, Pa. 2, 1937 ........... ......,....,.. S usquehanna University .... -. ........... -Willizunsport, Pa. 3, 19372 .... -.. .............. Upsala College ......................... ............. E ast Orange, N. J. 9, 1937- ......... .............. N Ianliattan College ........ ............. B urlington 15, 1937 ........... .............. B oston University .- ........ ............. B urlington 15, 1937 ............ ...... - ...... U psala College - ............ .. ............. Burlington 17, 1937 ............ .............. H obart College - ........ - ........ ............. B urlington 286 NOMINATING COMMITTEE PASSING REVIEW COLLEGE VOTE GEORGE PETTY DECIDES VANITY FAIR THE 1938 BEAUTY CONTES'l' The second annual IIXRIEL beauty contest held by the 1938 ARIEL staff on behalf of the junior class was judged by hir. George B. Petty of Chicago, Ill. lX-'Ir. Petty is a regular contributor to Esquire magazine and his drawings have appeared many times on Old Gold advertisements. VVe feel that we were indeed lucky to have Nlr. Petty as judge. The contest was run somewhat differently this year. The staff felt that girls, representing sororities, were not as competent a group' to pick out the list of candidates as were a group of men, selected from fraternity and independent societies both. Accordingly the ARIEL board chose this nominating committee: D. K. Parker, '37, R. P. Lawton, '37, H. A. Noyes, '37, H. A. lVIaclN'Iillan, '37, H. F. Trudeau, '37, D. R. Jones, '39, A. R. Tomassetti, '37, H. C. Daigneault, '37, J. A. Robinson, '38, M. B. Newman, '38, A. A. Levine, '39, F. H. Truax, '37, and E. B. Meservey, '37. At a meeting of this committee twenty campus beauties were nominated. At the request of the committee who wanted to verify their choice, a passing review of the contestants was held at the Southwick building on Thursday, November 4, at 7.30 p.m. Mr. Harry L. Stevens took pictures of all the girls to be used at the polls when the college-at-large voted. The committee decided to eliminate ten of the twenty nominees. By vote of all four academic classes, three more were eliminated. The re- maining seven were: Niarion Bartlett, '37 Catherine Clark, '40 Janet Hill, '39 Rebecca Kibby, '38 hflartha hflcGillicuddy, '37 Lois Redding, '40 Barbara Sussdorff, '38. On january 13 Mr. Norman Johnson of the VVarren Kay Vantine Studio in Boston, Mass., made portraits of these seven girls, with one of the rooms at Southwick as the background. These pictures were sent to Mr. Petty and returned to the editor of the ARIEL with his list of winners. Full length pictures of the three winners were then put in this special section of the 1938 yearbook. The ALXRIEL staff wishes to congratulate the winners of the beauty contest. lfVe believe that the aflair was a success and we thank all persons connected with the contest who assisted with its procedure. 290 , L0lS ANN BEDDING Class of 1940 FIRST PLACE WINNER XIAIIIQIN LUELIAS BABTLETT Class of 1937 SECOND PLACE WINNER JANET CLAllKSON HILL Class of 1939 THIRD PLACE WINNER I"OI'XDI1IR5S DAY ,ILNIQR wnzma LI LAC DAY R. O. T. C. INSPECTION COKIMEXCERILIYI' ENGINEERING CAMP I 'I4' X LL PLAY OPERA KAKE WALK CHAPICL SERVICES EVENTS F 0UN DEIPS DAY The 145th Founder's Day was celebrated lXfIay 1, 1936, with the usual services in the chapel, at which student attendance is compulsory. The chapel ceremony is preceded by a student and faculty procession down College Row, in which the senior class appears for the first time in cap and gown. At this time the roster of the honorary societies for the ensuing year is read by the president. The 1936 service differed quite markedly from previous ones, in that the ceremony installing the new members of Boulder was performed during the chapel service instead of before it around the Boulder, the new members of 1X'Iortar Board and Scabbard and Blade were also installed with the administra- tion of formalities during this chapel service. , Boulder announced a group of seven outstanding men of the class of 1937, chosen for character, leadership and amount of outstanding work that has been accomplished in the various University activities, both scholastic and athletic. These men were: H. H. Hunt, St. Albans, R. P. Lawton, Port Vlfashington, L. I., N. Y., H. A. lVIaclVIillan, Plainfield, P. F. Pond, Burlington, A. H. Ross, Middle- bury, H. R. Swift, Burlington, and T. Vlfebster, Burlington. The members of Mortar Board, national senior Women's honor society, num- bered seven alsog they were chosen for having shown outstanding qualities of scholarship, leadership and service. The new hlortar Board was as follows: Katherine Babbitt, Petersham, lVIass.g Shirley Baraw, Lyndonvilleg hflarguerite Bean, Glover, Elizabeth Gallup, Saylesville, R. I., Thelma Gardner, Quecheeg Abbie Howe, Tunbridge, and Margaret Lockwood, Sparta, N. J. An unusual feature of this year's Foundefs Day celebration was the presenta- tion of the 1937 ARIEL to Pres. Guy VV. Bailey, by Harold H. Hunt, editor-in-chief of the 1937 annual. The speaker for the occasion was B-'1r. Fred B. VVright, '05, a resident of New York City. As an undergraduate at Vermont he was active in college affairs and edited the Cynic. The subject of his address was "Vermont and Ira Allenf' in which he extolled the liberty-loving qualities of Vermont. He stressed the rugged- ness that was inherently characteristic of the early settlers of Vermont, and enumerated various interesting points in Ira Allen's development, and also the state's progress. 298 J UNIOIl WEEK, 1936 On Thursday, lX'Iay 14, Junior Vlleek started with two events in the afternoon. The Kittens' baseball team met Spaulding High School at Centennial Field and the junior Vlleek peerade progressed through the streets of the city, as is the usual pro- cedure in advertising the play to be held the same night. The fraternity and sorority floats entering the competition met in 1 South College to draw lots for position in the line of parade. lN'1. King, '37, was in charge of the event. That night Professor Dean awarded Delta Psi and Delta Delta Delta the prizes for the best floats. The Junior YVeek play was "The Drunk- ard," a title which afforded much scope for the imagination when planning the floats for the peerade, and likewise for the mem- DELTA DELT!x DELTA., FLOAT bers of the cast. The secondary title was "The Fallen Saved." Mrs. 'Wilnetta Sproul Taggart directed this offering by the Uni- versity Players, which was held Thursday, May 14, at the Strong Theater, 8.15 p.m. It was a moral domestic drama in four acts consisting of fourteen scenes. The time of occurrence was during the gay nineties. The audience was allowed to join in the fun, too, by booing and hissing the villain. Frances Rowe, '36, de- signed clever programs with typical 1890 advertisements. Between the acts the noted Floradora Quartet rendered several melodies. The cast was as follows: lklrs. NVilson ....................,................................ - ....................................................................... F. Elizabeth Haig, '36 lylary Vlfilson .................. ............ P riscilla Newton, '38 Lawyer Cribbs .................. .............. B . D. Cashman, '37 Edward Middleton .................. ................ S . P. Belcher, '37 W'illiam Dowton ................. , ................ .......... ....... . . .. ............................ R. N. Saxby, '37 Agnes Dowton, a maniac ............ ........................................................................ A 'lary Whitney, '36 Patience ................................................... .................................................................. 1X 'lildred Rockwood, '38 Farmer Gates .............................. H. T. Cannon, '39 Farmer Stevens ............ ............. B . H. Frank, '39 First Loafer ................ .......... D . H. Ripper, '38 Second Loafer ........... .................... F. . G. Sedlis, '38 Landlord ................... .......... K 1. B. Newman, '38 Mr. Rencelaw ........... .............. A . R. Datnoff, '39 Julia ............,...................................... Barbara Howd, '37 The Junior Prom was held in the Uni- versity gymnasium Friday evening, May 15, from 8.30 to 2.00. A. R. Tomassetti and Helen Taylor were in charge. A special section was reserved for each fraternity. Prof. and lylrs. Braun and lX'1r. and Mrs. Kiphuth were the chaperones. Nlal Hallett was the band, and quite a band, too. Hal- lett has appeared at the Steel Pier in Atlan- tic City, the Roseland Ballroom, Meadow- brook in New Jersey, the Cocoanut Grove DELTA Psi FLOAT in Hollywood, and over a hook-up of the 299 Columbia Broadcasting System. Lila Rose was the young lady who interpreted the vocals so charmingly. Then there was Joe Carbonero on the bass, Buddy YVelcome at the piano, lX'Iickey Nlclklichael with his trumpet, and Andy Anderson with the tenor sax. In other words, good stuff. rlletronome, the musicians' maga- zine, rated Hallett with an A, which is tops in any course. K. P. Lord arranged the decorations which were red and white, and featured indirect lighting from the walls. In the center was a revolving crystal ball, throwing patches of light and shadow on the dancers. The platform for the orchestra was covered. There was a combination program-favor. Ice cream and cake were served. Gwynneth Jones, '37, was crowned Prom Queen. Saturday, May 16, had three athletic contests on the program. The varsity baseball team encountered New Hampshire, the tennis team played Clarkson, and the frosh track team ran off a meet with Rutland High' School. The day before the baseball team played lXfIiddlebury. The fraternities held open house on Satur- day afternoon for the members and their guests. Saturday night all the frater- nities held their annual Junior YVeek dances, which were "open house" until 10.30 p.m. The festivities ended Sunday with picnics and boatrides. The Phi Delts traveled across the lake on the ferry, the Sigma Phi's held a picnic at Camp Abnaki, and the Delts went on a picnic at Thompson's Point Thus ended one of the most enjoyable Junior YVeeks in the history of its existence. Each successive staff realizes that Junior Vlfeek is the social event of the year, a social event that is a series of social events. Each committee feels compelled to introduce some innovation that will add to the enjoyment of the students and their many guests. For this occasion there are many guests, some strangers to the Vermont campus, and also many alumni. Among them, too, are parents, the girl back home, the boy who went to some other school, and friends from other cam- puses. Every year these guests go home pleased with the hospitality of Vermont, talking of the Junior Prom, the orchestra, the play, the peerade, the fraternity dances, the ball games-of Junior VVeek at Vermont. As the ARIEL goes to press, plans for this yearls Junior VVeek are well under way. The play, "Hay Fever," and its cast have been selected and rehearsals have begun. The committees have been appointed and are already in action. Directors Bud Spaulding and Johnny Suitor are negotiating for a band and fraternities are discussing plans for "open housen and floats for the peerade. All signs point to a very successful Junior VVeek for the class of 1938 which will be held 1NIay 13, 14 and 15, 1937. 300 LILAC DAY, 1936 Lilac Day is the beautiful spring festival held each year in memory of Dean Pearl Wasson. Eager that the beauties of Redstone campus be increased for future generations and dreaming of the ivy-laden traditions surrounding Com- mencement, she conceived thc idea of a lilac hedge. Each year she hoped that lilacs would be planted on a day set aside for that purpose in a spirit of festivity and joy. Dean XVasson planned and directed the first Lilac Day on the back campus of Redstone. The growing tradition was handed down to successive classes under the guidance of lNfIortar Board and carefully cherished until it has become one of the most beautiful traditions of the women of Vermont. Since the Southwicl-1 Memorial Building now occupies the site where the festival had been previously held, an entirely new program was planned for last year. lX'Iortar Board, under the leadership of lX'Iary VVhitney, '36, planned the new type of pageant, which placed more emphasis upon the planting of the lilacs. Bluestockings, women's literary society, was delegated to compose the pageant this year. Heralds announce the coming of the Purple Lilac, symbolizing material things, and the YVhite Lilac, symbolizing the spiritual. The Lilacs then call their court to order and receive the presentations of the four classes, consisting of tribute to the symbolical Lilacs. The Purple and White Lilacs lead the procession to the scene of the planting, where the class vice-presidents, Louise Gallup, 336, Marion Bartlett, '37, Barbara Sussdorff, '38, and Louise Bull, '39, placed the first shovelful of earth on the roots of the lilacs. The procession walked to the University campus and back to Redstone, stop- ping at various beauty spots to sing college songs. VVhite Lilac ................................................................................................ R flary W'hitney, '36 Purple Lilac ............ ................................ lX 'fadeline Davidson, '36 Heralds ................... .......... B etty Simonds, Priscilla Savage Seniors ................ ............... N atalie Hilliker, hflarie Black Juniors ..................... ............... H elen Taylor, Patricia Stanley Sophomores ............. .............. B onita lvlatthews, Nlary Draper Freshmen .............. ........... P auline Rowe, Virginia Bradway 1 301 Il. 0. T. C. INSPECTIIJN, l936 The annual federal inspection of the I'niversity's R. O. T. C. battalion, held Friday and Saturday, R-'Iay 22 and 23, was honored by the presence of a dis- tinguished guest, Gov. Charles IVI. Smith, who accompanied the inspecting oflicer, Maj. Graham VV. Lester of the First Corps Area. The First Platoon, Company C. Cadet Lieut. H. sl. Cannon in command, was designated as honorary escort for the Governor. Again the battalion received the highest possible rating for its excellent performance and Major Lester expressed admiration for the high degree of efficiency maintained by the battalion. Governor Smith and lN'Iajor Lester reviewed the battalion in the presence of President Bailey, members of the faculty and a large crowd of students and townspeople on Friday morning. During the afternoon individual inspection and examination of the equipment and offices was carried on. Saturday morning the oflicial inspection was concluded with a formal battalion parade. The freshman and sophomore drill downs took place on Friday evening. The fraternity drill squad competition for the Reserve Officers, cup was judged by Maj. A. S. Knight, United States Infantryg Capt. Elbert T. Kimball, l72nd .PRESIDENT BAILEY, GOVERNOR SMITH. COLONEL SPAULDING, MAJOR GRAHAM W. LESTER SCENES AT INSPECTION-WINNING DELTA PSI DRILL SQUAD 302 Infantry, and Lieut. S. P. Col- lins, 7th Field Artillery. Delta Psi fraternity was awarded the Reserve Officers' cup by Capt. Richard Holdstock as the out- standing drill squad of the eve- ning. The announcement of awards was made by Maj. lklalcolm E. Craig, assisted by Staff Sgt. R. T. Connor. lX'Iiss lWarion L. Bart- lett, '37, honorary major of the R. O. T. C. battalion, presented a pair of miniature loving cups, given by the Scabbard and Blade society, to the winners of the sophomore and freshman drill downs, E. P. lNfIansfield, '39, and J. lVool, '38. Captain Craig next presented corps area medals to R. M. Fyfe, Jr., '38, A. B. Nleservey, '38, C. J. Watters '38, A. Schwartz, '39, J. A. Tasker, '37, A. C. VVerner, '36, VV. G. Gibson, '36, F. B. Mack, '38, and H. VV. Sisco, '37, mem- bers of the victorious rifle team. Rifle team I e t t e r s were awarded to VV. G. Gibson, '36, G. YV. Gray, '37, Nl. E. lX'Ier- chant, '36, A. B. Meservey, '38 H. VV. Sisco, '37, A. C. YVerner '36, and lX'lanager Tetzlaif. The Hearst t r o p h y and V medals for the five highest scores made in Hearst trophy matches were presented by Colonel Spaulding to Meservey, Tasker, Fyfe, VVatters and Gray. On behalf of the rifle team, J. A. Tasker, '37, presented the Hearst trophy to Pres. Guy VV. Bailey, who accepted it with thanks and congratulated the rifle team on its fine showing in corps area matches during the season. Nledals presented by the Sons of the American Revolution were presented to I. A. Tasker, '37, A. H. Ross, '37, VV. C. Van Dyck, '38, and C. Lipsky, '39, by lVIr. H. A. Bailey. After this the Appleton Century award, a book written by lVIaj. E. E. Colby, was given to VV. Simcox, '38, for maintaining the highest average in the sophomore class. The Loyal Legion saber, the highest individual award given to a member of the graduating class, was presented by Dr. George M. Sabin, commander of the Vermont Commandery of the hfiilitary Order of the Loyal Legion, to Cadet lX'Iaj. Chester Buchanan, '36. . Company B, commanded by Cadet Capt. E. G. Allen, with Lieuts. J. H. Ainsworth and F. H. Truax, platoon commanders, was declared the outstand- ing company in the battalion and was presented the American Legion trophy by Com. Louis lVIangini. Captain Allen then presented the t1'ophy to Pres. Guy W. Bailey, who promised it should hang in a conspicuous place on the walls of the University. The judges of the company competition were Capt. Howard Prentice, Officers' Reserve Corps, First Lieut. Arthur K. Tuclhope, l72nd Infantry, and Lieut. Archie A. Post, 388th Infantry. On Saturday morning the entire battalion assembled for its final parade and escort of the colors. 3 3 7 303 CUMDIENCEDIENT, 1936 PERMANENT OFFICERS OF THE CLASS OF 1936 Prerident ................................................................................................... XNTILLIAINI H. CONNOR Vice-President .............. .........,.................. C AROLYN HILL Trearurer ............................... ................ E RNEST G. YOUNG Womevfs Secretary ...................................... .............. G LADYS C. SUSSDORFF M en': Secretary ................................................... .............. B ARTLEY COSTELLO fllumni Council Representative ............ .................. F RANCES E. Rowe The University's 133rd Annual Commencement began Friday, June 19, with the Class Day exercises. In the morning the seniors went on the annual class pilgrimage, gowning the statues of Ira Allen and Lafayette, followed by the class walk to points of interest on the campus. During the fmorningj walk addresses were given by President Bailey and the deans of the various colleges. Frank VV. Hale delivered the address to General Lafayette and Belmont S. Musicant the address to Ira Allen. Speakers of the afternoon program were: Gladys C. Sussdorff, who gave the Address to Undergraduates, Rosemary Cahill, Ivy Orationg Ruth NI. Barron, Class History 5 Frances E. Rowe, Campus Orationg Bartley J. Costello, Boulder Orationg Clifford D. Howe, Pipe Oration. hflembers of the class also took part in the cere- monious planting of the ivy in front of the Fleming Museum. Six fraternities and four sororities held teas or receptions for the seniors and alumni in the after- noon, and in the evening the president's reception and prom was held in the Billings Library. Saturday, Alumni Day, opened with the annual alumni breakfast. hfleet- ings 'were held by the Phi Beta Kappa society and the trustees followed by the alumni luncheon at noon and various dinners, fraternity and sorority reunions in the evening. Attendance at the alumni luncheon broke all records as the class of 1886 re- turned fourteen out of sixteen living members. The lVIcCullough cup was awarded to the class of 1911 for the reunioning class with the most colorful and original costumes. At the Phi Beta Kappa meeting Prof. George V. Kidder was re-elected presi- dent and nine new members were duly initiated. 304 The Rt. Rev. George A s h t o n Old h a In, D.D., S.T.D., Bishop of A l b a n y, deliv- ered the b a c c a- laureate sermon on Sunday afternoon in the Ira Allen Chapel. He chose as his text the question facing all graduates of col- leges today, "What Shall Vile Do Vllith Our Lives?" Bish- op Oldham urged the graduating class "that in spite of the great advances m a d e in science and learning, go out into the world a n d accomplish even greater thingsf' Monday was Commencement Day, the final activity of Commencement VVeek. The academic procession formed on University Row and marched over the campus to the gymnasium led by President Bailey and Dean Johnson and followed by the candidates for honorary degrees, faculty members and trustees, alumni and candidates for degrees in course. The commencement address was delivered by - Dean lvlelvin lNfIay- nard Johnson of the Boston Univer- sity Law School on "The Development of Personal Re- sponsibility in Edu- cation." The Uni- versity awarded six honorary de- grees and 178 de- grees to the grad- uating class. The 1936 Com- mencement festivi- ties Were planned and executed Well by the Senior Vl7eek Committee. S t u- dents and guests were fortunate in having perfect weather over the Week-end. 306 FALL PLAY, 1936 "Another Language" by Rose Franken was presented by the University Players at the Mabel Louise Southwick Memorial Building on December 15. The play, a three-act comedy, has been produced on the stage and on the screen with Helen Hayes, Robert lN'Iontgomery and John Beal playing the leading r6les. The setting of "Another Language" is in a typical American home and depicts the lives of the Hallam family. lX-'Irs. Hallam is the type of mother who is very desirous that there be close contact between each member of the family. Conse- quently she insists that her four sons with their families dine at home one evening each week. This, she believes, will keep them all in a close family circle. Three of her daughters-in-law submit meekly to the oldest Mrs. Hallam's dominance. The fourth, however, proves to be somewhat of a heretic in that she considers family ties beneath her dignity. She refuses to be dominated by her mother-in-law and complicates the plot development by her individuality. The only grandson, Jerry, produces plot complications by his pranks and disregard for his grandmother's dominating influence. Each son reacts in a different way, although they have grown up close within the family circle. The oldest lVIr. Hallam is in accord with the wishes of his wife. Each member of the cast portrays a type of personality distinctly different from that of every other member. Various types of temperament tend to make several scenes intensely dramatic. These same types account for many hearty laughs. Directed by VVilnetta Sproul Taggart, the play was successfully produced by an able and talented cast. The audience showed its pleasure in "Another Lan- guage" during the entire performance. The stage setting and costumes were nicely in keeping with the atmosphere of the scenes. CAST OF CHARACTERS hflrs. Hallam ........... Q ................................,................................. lylildred Rockwood, '38 Mr. Hallam ............... ............... P . B. Shoemaker, '39 Harry Hallam ............ .................... T . B. MCHllgh, '39 Helen Hallam .............. ............... E leanor Douglas, '37 Walter' Hallam ............. .... , ........ E . H. Reeder, Jr., '38 Grace Hallam ............. .............. lN 'Iargaret Bliss, '39 Paul Hallam ............. ............. B . D. Cashman, '37 Etta Hallam ............ ........... lN 'lary Lechnyr, '39 Victor Hallam .............. ........... P . A. Stoner, P.G. Stella Hallam ......... ..................... ..... ...,. .......... P r i s cilla Newton '38 Jer-fy Hallam ................................................................................................... s. P. Belcheri '37 Stage hlanagers-B. Cashman, '37, and E. Thayer, '40 Property lwanager-Ruth Bronson, '38 308 1937 IIPERA "The Beggar's Opera," adapted from a play of the same name by John Gay, was presented by members of the hfIen's and VVomen's Glee Clubs on April 15 in the Southwick hlemorial Auditorium. The general theme is as follows: Peacham, a dealer in stolen goods, and his wife are in a great quandry. Their daughter Polly has married Captain Mac- Heath, a highwayman, because she loves him. This situation is very inconsistent with their belief that a girl should marry only to get rid of her husband as soon as she can. The doughty captain is arrested by his father-in-law, Peacham, and he and Lockit, the jailer, agree to go halves on his execution. Polly, the only honest character in the play, comes to see her husband in prison and is taken away by her father. Complications occur when Lucy, one of NIacHeath's five other wives, says that she would like to see him hanged, and then, acting in the traditional inconsistent manner of women, frees him from jail. lXfIacHeath is brought back and ordered to be executed immediately. At the execution, both Lucy and Polly and the other four wives appear. At the shout of "reprieve, reprieve" by the assembled mob the captain says that he must have one wife. He chooses Polly and thus the play ends with theconventional happy ending. The cast of the opera included: Marguerite Perkins, '38, Claudia Renehan, '39, lyfary Lechnyr, '39, M. Boucher, '40, F. D. Eddy, '39, P. B. Shoemaker, '39, R. H. johnson, '40, G. Romm, '40, R. E. Johnstone, '40, and L. A. Simpson, '40, hfliss Dorothy hffurphy was the dramatic coach of the' production, Mrs. Eliza- beth Bradish, the vocal coach, and Prof. Howard Bennett, the musical director. The production of an opera every year on the University of Vermont campus is looked forward to eagerly by townspeople as well as collegians. Persons inter- ested in plays as well as music lovers attend this event, they are not disappointed, because not only is the music well done, but also the direction and interpretation of the plot are suitably emphasized. Up until this year Mrs. WVilnetta Sproul Taggart has directed the dialogue, but this year finds Miss Dorothy Murphy, '33, in charge of the dramatic production side. Music is receiving a greater emphasis at Vermont, especially since the organiza- tion of a special curriculum entitled Music Education. Students are encouraged to major in music in this manner. Resulting from the nineteen musical opportuni- ties on the campus are a broader culture and a willing receptivity for musical efforts. The annual opera is not only an intellectual and educational event but a social event as well. It is interesting to note the size and number of the various musical organizations onthe campus and their popularity as extra-curricula activities. They draw more freshmen than any other campus organization, and those who join seldom withdraw. 309 1937 KAKE W'ALK CARPENTER. HUNT, LAWTON. SPAULDING DIRECTORS H. H. Hunt, '37 R. P. Lawton, '37 ASSISTANT DIRECTORS D. B. Carpenter, '38 .M af querad e Com mittee P. F. Pond, '37, Chairman S. P. Belcher, '37 Kalee Walk King Committee B. D. Cashman, '37, Chairman J. sl. Barsalow, '37 IV. C. Collins, '38 A. R. Tomassetti, '37 U.rher,r Gwynneth Jones, '37 Pauline Bristol, '37 Barbara Redding, '37 Velma LaMonda, '37 Thelma Gardner, '37 Janet Collins, '38 hlary Draper, '38 Priscilla Savage, '39 Committee on Publicity E. A. Brewer, '37, Chairman I. A. Lehrer, '37 H. L. ltlinckler, '39 tl. Kennedy, '39 A. C. Spaulding, '38 Decoratiofru Committee K. P. Lord, '37 Helen Taylor, '37 Lighting Committee J. A. Tasker, '37, Chairman F. NI. Courtney, '37 V. C. Juskiewicz, '38 Committee on Alwardr W. s. Bedford, '38 W. L. Lee, 'ss Committee on Kalee Walking H. R. Swift, '37, Chairman C. P. Adams, '38 ' H. L. Pratt, '38 Committee on Seating VJ. T. Bedell, '37, Chairman H. A. Nbyes, Jr., '37 J. lN'IcDonough, '39 Programr J. T. Hart, '37 40'l'Il ANNUAL MID-YVINTEB FBIILIC The Fortieth Annual Kake VValk proceedings started on Fri- day, February 19, after weeks of preparation and suppressed ex- 1 citement. The Cynic had been carrying whole front pages of Kake Walk stories, proclaiming the virtues of the King and Queen candidates, the merits of Charley Barnet, the spectacular decora- tions and lighting, the excellency Calthough a secret excellencyj of the fraternity stunts, and the prophesied success of the whole week-end. For once, prophecies were accurate and the week-end of VVashington's Birthday saw the Q production of a more than enjoy, ,IENKS AND SWIFT, WINNING WALKILRS able hfid-winter Frolic. BARS.-XLOXV AND NEXY'TON REIGN The campaigns for the exalted positions of King and Queen were carried on with a zeal and originality never equalled. The four men running for King were John joseph Barsalow, Frederick Trask Gear, Elmer Benson Meservey and Herbert Francis hflartel. These four honorable names were bandied about unmer- cifully by the competing factions. At a basketball game preceding their election, each made a short speech outlining his policy and platform. Barsalow extolled the unquestionable merits of honesty, dubbed himself "Honest John," and re- treated to the "Bastille" on Williams Street. Gear waved his cocoa can aloft, did a fancy cotillion on his roller skates, and remarked that the students should shift into high with Gear. bfieservey stated in ministerial tones that the Nleserveys were known in their home town, which Caccording to the speechj was the Isle of Formosa, for their nobility of birth and also of purpose. Martel, "The Little King," advocated a clean-up, and demonstrated by the dexterous use of a broom. A shower of well-aimed coins of a nominal value stopped the further issuance of his claims to fame. A mass meeting was held February 13 in the gym for the candidates to further enumerate their several virtues. On Febru- ary l6 the college at large voted for their King and Queen. The Queen was chosen on a different basis this year. Instead of being selected for her pulchritude alone, the candidates were nominated for personality as well as beauty. The four were: Suki Newton, Betty Simonds, Karie King and Lou Nlaxham. They carried on their campaigns with aplomb and wit, appointing managers to take care of the pressing problems of pub- licity for them, and devised ad- vertising material of great aid in settling this battle of wits. The PR,i1'r AND SUITOR, SECOND-PLACE w,xLm2Rs campus reverberated with "Queen 311 i of Hearts, Queen of Diamonds, Queen of Kake VValk, Betty Simondsf' "XVho gives a fig for Newton?" "How can a King be Queen?" and other such mottoes. After a tempestuous "Battle Royali' Barsalow and Suki New- ton were chosen King and Queen of Kake Wlalk and crowned at the Masquerade. THE BZIASQUERADE The Nlasquerade was held February 19 from 8.30 till 1.00 in the gym. Prof. and lX'Irs. YVil- liam Behney were the chaperones. DELT STUNT XVINS FIRST PLACE lXfIasks NVCFC YVOFII Ulltll lI'ltCl'IT1IS- sion at eleven. Almost everyone wore costumes, and the Sigma Nu's provided the extravaganza in color and originality for the evening. The whole chapter, almost, came dressed as Indians and erected a tepee on the sidelines. The band was the high light of the evening-Charley Barnet direct from Glen Island Casino. Only through the cooperation of the director of the Nliddlebury Carnival could this top-rating band be brought to the Vermont campus. His is the original Park Central Hotel Orchestra. He enjoyed great popularity at the New Kenmore in Albany, over the NBC broadcasting system, the Pavilion Royal on Long Island, the Roseland Ball Room, college proms, theaters and tours. He appeared recently at the Cocoanut Grove in the Park Central. His band features the tenor sax and specializes in numbers such as "Jazz lX'Iarches On" Qhis own piecej, 4'Dixie Land Band," 'fiangled Nerves," and every- body's favorite, "Stardust.'! Barnet himself was a featured soloist with Benny Goodman, VVill Osborne, Harold Stern and Beasley Smith. He is one of the youngest band leaders in the profession. At intermission the King and Queen entered in state in a cabriolet drawn by the defeated candidates. Bill Grieve, appropriately attired in cap and gown, performed the Coronation ceremony, and the royal pair led the grand march. Refreshments were served by uniformed waiters. PARENT-STUDENT BANQLJE1' Saturday noon, February 20, the Parent-Student Banquet was held at Southwick at 12.30. Mor- tar Board and Boulder sponsor this affair and this year Betsy Gallup and Austin Ross were in charge. Both these students ex- tended words of greeting to par- ents and friends. Mr. H. B. Oat- ley was the toastmaster for the occasion. President Bailey spoke on the trust Vermont holds of the parents who send their children to college there. Professor Tupper outlined the tradition of masquer- ade as exemplified by primitive Indian tribes, and told interesting bits of his trip among them last SIGMA NLVS TAKE SECOND IN STUNTS 312 1 year. Dean Hills spoke brieliy on the subject of pride in the Stll- dent body. Dean Swift closed the speakers' program by stating that unfortunately the deans know few of the students, and elaborated on this point. A re- vised film of cam- pus scenes and college life was shown. Kama XVALK lX'Ieanwhile over at the gym the contesting stunts were being reviewed in prep- aration for the real event Saturday night. The elimination judges were: Prof. I. I. Lindsay of the English department, Prof. G. V. Kidder of the Latin depart- ment, and Prof. A. Gershoy of the botany department. At 7.30 Kake iValk was started with a concert by the University R. O. T. C. Band under the direction of Joseph F. Leclinyr. At 8.15 King Barsalow and Queen Newton made their formal appearance with a fanfare of trumpets and a rolling of the drums. After they had seated themselves on the throne the stunts began. The Sigma Phi's were the first on the program. with a skit which depicted the trials of th r e e t r i c k musicians who were endeav- oring to get their instruments o u t of a pawn shop. Next w e r e the A T O's. Their stunt was written in verse and con- sisted of several tableaux the con- tent of which the audience were supposed to guess. The new ampli- fying system was u s e d t o g 0 0 d advantage. The Sigma Nu's, third on the program, staged a most unique football e game. done in a THE DELTS BRING THE WORLD TO AN END SIGMA NU "FOOTBALL" STUNT 314 burlesque manner, featuring pink silk panties. At the half, tea and powder puffs were served to the players in this fracas. The band then played a few numbers, after which the Kappa Sigma stunt came on. This was a clever stunt, unusual in that it was very serious and well carried through. The theme was the hanging of youth on the gallows of greed and selfishness. Delta Psi gave three hypothetical scenes on how different sections of the world would react to the knowledge that the world was suddenly coming to an end. The first was laid in the office of Hitler, the second on a New England farm, whose owner declared that "he was goin' to git his cows milked first", and the third scene was laid at a southern revival meeting. The stunt closed with a realistic representation of a comet, thunder and lightning. Phi Delta Theta' put on a horse race with the hand of fair Olive Oyl at stake and Pop Eye ready to use his spinach-made strength if necessary. The street cleaner, the pink-costumed ballet, and the jump made by the so-called horse were the high-lights of this closing stunt. After an intermission the walkers came on to strut their stuff. A. B. Jerard, '39, and W. E. Ladd, '40, walked for Sigma Phi, F. C. Leonard, '39, and R. VV. Robinson, '40, for the Sigma Nu'sg C. H. Schofield, '40, and W. C. Hunter, '40, for the Kappa Sigsg H. R. Swift, '37, and VV. L. Jenks, '37, for the Deltsg and H. L. Pratt, '38, and H. Suitor, '38, for the Phi Delts. The judges, Prof. J. T. Metcalf of the psychology department, Prof. B. H. VVallace of the education department, and Prof. L. NV. Dean of the English depart- ment, for the stunts, and lyfr. H. D. Pearl, principal of Burlington High School, Prof. D. B. Carroll of the political science department, and Prof. P. B. VVillis of the economics department, for the kake walking, went into conference. Professor Dean soon appeared to award the prizes. First a cake was awarded to the Queen, and the services of the King and Queen were enlisted for the remainder of the presentations. Nfr. Joseph Lechnyr re- ceived the cake for the band. The first prize among the stunts was awarded to Delta Psi, and the second to Sigma Nu. The prize-winning walkers were H. R. Swift, '37, and VV. L. Jenks, '37, first, walking for Delta Psig the second-prize winners were H. L. Pratt, '38, and J. H. Suitor, '38, members of Phi Delta Theta. GENERAL PoL1clEs i The directors this year tried to impress upon all partaking in Kake VValk the importance of making the stunts more spectacular and therefore more interest- absorbing to the audience. The rules for the contestants remained the same. The installation of the amplifying system was quite an innovation and proved most successful. This feature enabled the stunts to use an announcer with dialogue bearing the major burden of the skit. , The duties of the King and Queen were somewhat altered, too. They pre- sented all awards and really reigned over the whole proceeding. Two radio programs were presented over Station VVCAX to give the platforms of the King and Queen candidates and to advertise Kake VValk to the townspeople. As usual there was a display window at Hayes and Carney on Church Street including the cakes and cups for the competition. AFFAIR GREAT SUccEss The 1937 Kake YValk under the direction of Robert Lawton and Harold Hunt was acclaimed as one of the most outstanding Kake VValks in many years. Espe- cially is this true financially. The final event on Saturday night played to a full house with all possible space utilized. The production end was somewhat of an improvement, although 'still greater cooperation by the fraternities with the directors to make the stunts more spectacular, better managed and with more fast action is yet to be desired. 315 CHAPEL SERVICES, 1936-1937 1936 September 23-Rev. VVilliam Fisher Lewis, city. September 30-Rev. John Henry Hopkins, Grand Isle. October 7-Rev. Percy C. Ladd, city. October 14-Rev. C. Arthur Hazen, Norwich. October Z1-Rev. WV. Barnett, hflontpelier. October 28-Rev. F. VVilson Day, Randolph. November 4-Rev. Evan Thomas. November 18-Prof. Frederick Tupper, The Quartercentenary at Erasmus December 2-Rev. Herbert Henry Hines, Woodstock. December 9-Rev. 1. Graydon Brown, Rutland. December 16-Christmas music by choir. 1937 January 6-hflr. Ernest johnson, negro tenor. January 13-CNo chapel, time given over to ARIEL February 3-Rev. R. A. Hall, Charlotte. February 10-Rev. David Reid, local. February 17-Rev. Arthur Wi. Hewitt, lvlontpelier. lX'Iarch March Mfarch lN'Iarch 3-Bishop Vedder Van Dyck. 10-Rev. Lawrence Blackburn, Barre. 17-Rev. Skillman Nleyers, local. 24-H. O. Tatum, local. 316 picturesj IN RETRIDSPECT The 1938 ARIEL is in the final stages of production. At last all the material has been assembled at the Free Press Printing Company and the book is rapidly assuming actuality. A year ago a new and inexperienced staff was faced with the responsibility of producing this volume for the class of 1938. Without the aid of all the people who have assisted the ARIEL staff the book could not have been compiled. It is to these persons that I address this closing editorial. First of all, with regard to the ARIEL staff. They have shown the most genuine spirit of cooperation that I have found anywhere, each and every one, even the freshman scrubs, have been ready and willing to offer his or her help. Especially to the general editors on the staff who have had no definite duties, I extend my thanks. VVhen help was needed in a hurry, they were there. Every member of the staff has fulfilled his or her job admirably. The scrub system has developed rapidly this year and several freshmen responded to the opportunity, It is the policy of the board to select new members from among these scrubs who have demonstrated their interest, ability and dependability by this system. Secondly, to Harold Hunt, the editor of the 1937 book, we extend our gratitude. "lXfIike" answered questions patiently and gave good advice, both unofficially and officially, as a member of the Publication Board. By no means do I mean that he interfered, I mean that his experience as an editor and his advice were most valuable. Thirdly, to the Howard-WVesson Engraving Company of Worcester, Mass., we owe our thanks. IVIr. Russell Knight assisted greatly in planning the book, and lVIiss Dorothy Cooper was most kind as the manager of the college depart- ment, in charge of all listing and shipping. We feel that in this book we have a very fine job of engraving. Fourth, there is the Warren Kay Vantine Studio in Boston. The service com- bined with the excellency of their pictures have convinced us that we were indeed fortunate in obtaining their services. The studio has made extra trips at our convenience to avoid a last-minute rush, and all in all have been completely satisfactory. Fifth, the Free Press Printing Company in Burlington, Vt., have helped us immeasurably in the development of the yearbook. Nlr. Blodgett has advised us expertly, recommended needed changes, and offered suggestions for improvement. The Free Press has been prompt in getting out the proof and checking the copy. Mr. "Ted" Jordan, who did the make-up, was most helpful. lVIr. Harry Stevens of Burlington took all the action and informal shots which appear in the book. We thank him for all his time and effort and commend his faithfulness in appearing at all college functions with his trusty camera. The Bookstore was very kind in handing out proofs and ballots and collecting the ballots. Finally, I thank all persons who have been at all connected with the work, in proof reading or typing, or in any other capacity. When the 1938 ARIEL stands finally on book shelves and desks, I hope everyone who looks through its pages will appreciate the efforts of all the people who have contributed their time and efforts to its making. I thank them, every one. April 1: 1937- BARBARA A. Sussnoizrr. 317 ACKNOWLEDGMENT T0 TIIE ADVERTISERS The 1938 ARIEL staff wishes to take this opportunity to thank the advertisers who appear in this volume of the ARIEL. W'e recommend them to the student body, and urge that college students patronize them. INDEX .4d1Jerti.rer PAGE Adsit Coal Company, The .................. Blodgett Co., Inc., The G. S ............. Boynton, B. J ............................,....................... Brownis Pharmacy ......... ........... Bullock's .............................................. ........... Burlington Savings Bank ..................... Burnham Co., L. G ...............,.... ........... Colman's Pharmacy ........... ........... Davis, Dr. P. C ................... ........... Fashion Shop, The ....................................... Free Press Printing Company ......... Green lklountain Power Corp .......... Hall Furniture Company ..................... Hayes St Carney, Inc .................................. Herberg Auto Service ............. ........... Hotel Vermont ............................................. Howard National Bank and Trust Company ...................................................... Howard-VVesson Co ............... .......... . Lanou 8t Son, Frank S ............ ........... 326 322 326 327 324 322 325 327 325 327 330 324 327 327 326 323 321 329 325 Advertirer PAGE Lyman Coal Company, Elias ............ NlcAuliffe's ....,..................................... ......... Nliddlebury Inn .................... ......... hflontpelier Tavern ................ ......... Preston Sc Son, Inc., F. J ........................ . Reynolds Co., VV. G., Inc., The .... .. Shepard Sc Hamelle .................................... Shepard 8a Morse Lumber Co .......... Sherwood Hotel and Royale Grill Sikora, A. P ....................................................... Star Restaurant ....... ...... ................................ Strong Hardware Company ............... Union hflutual Fire Insurance Co. University of Vermont, The ............... v University Stores .......................................... Vantine Studio, Inc., Vllarren Kay Vermont Cynic, The ................................. Vermont Mutual Fire Ins. Co .......... Yerret's, Alex .................................................. . vvood, L. P ......,.... ......... 321 327 325 323 323 323 327 325 325 327 327 326 322 319 320 328 324 321 326 326 THE THE THE THE The University of Vermont Burlington, Vermont GUY W. BAILEY, LL.D., President FOUNDED 179 I COLLEGE COLLEGE COLLEGE COLLEGE OF OF OF OF ARTS AND SCIENCES MEDICINE ENGINEERING AGRICULTURE General and Professional Curriezila are given in ARTS, SCIENCESQ BUSINESS, SECRETARIAL STUDIESQ COMMERCIAL TEACHINGQ ELEMENTARY, SECONDARY AND MUSIC EDUCATION, HOME ECONOMICSQ AGRICULTUREQ CIVIL, ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, AND MEDICINE Physical Education Departments with Well Equipped Gymnasiums Playgraunds, Tennis Courts, Athletic Fields Expenses are Moderate and Opportunities for Self-help arelavailable Many students are assisted by Loan and Scholarship Funds Write for Catalogues, Bulletins, and Special Information 319 THE UNIVERSITY STCDRES Service of Supplying ALL STUDENTS' ACADEMIC NEEDS "From Freshman Cap 1f0 Cap and G01U1Z,,i Under these policies: These stores are owned and operated by the University. They are fully self-supporting, not subsidized. The profits are used for the benefits of the students: 1. To assist financially unsupported projects of general student interest. 2. To improve the service 320 THE HOWARD NATIONAL BANK and TRUST COMPANY BURLINGTON, VERMONT Founded I87O Resources over SI0,000 ooo MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION VERMONT IVIUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. . MONTPELIER, VERMONT ORGANIZE 8 8 D. 81 H. Lackawanna Anthracite The Standard of Excellence for Over a Century ALSO BITUMINOUS COAL AND COKE ' Distributors of IRON FIREMAN AUTOMATIC COAL STOKER - ELIAS LYMAN COAL COMPANY 206 COLLEGE STREET 321 UNION MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. MCNTPELIER, VERMONT 'A' Agenis T. S. PECK INSURANCE AGENCY IS2 College Street Phone 513 BURLINGTON, VERMONT PRODUCTS THAT MAKE POSSIBLE THE NAME "The Store of Todcay's Best" KELVINATOR ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION HORTON ELECTRIC WASHERS AND IRONERS GENERAL ELECTRIC OIL BURNING FURNACES NSTANDARDU PLUMBING FIXTURES - The G. S. Blodgetf Co., Inc. "The Sforc of Toa'uy's Best 190-zoo Bank Street Burlington, Vermont Burlington Savings Bank V6T17Z01If,S Largest Bank MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 1847-Ninety Ycrs of Stability-1937 OFFICERS C P SMITH, Chairman of Board LEvI P. SMITH, P d E. S. Isl-IAM, Treasu F, W. WARD, Vice P d B. E. BRIsToL, A T 322 illllnntpelier Compliments of MONTPELIER, VERMONT The I BURLINGTON-40 MILES--MONTPELIER W' G' Reynolds CO' , Incorporated A Modern Hotel in floc Capital Guy "' ' 0 V T' L E T DEP RTMENT DINING ROOM COFFEE SHOPPE ERMON S ARG S A STORE O Telephone 1460 MRS. W. H. FARRAR, Mamzgcr VERIVIONTSS BIHGEST and BEST YET NOT EXPENSIVE HOTEL VERIN tflllll ONT BURLINGTON ylrlave you cg-een, :Sugar ylnlomsc ?1Biamnnh Rings anb Eiamnnh Eletnelrp A fine diamond is the preferred gift. You will have more pleasure in giving a Diamond. You will have more joy in receiving a Diamond. A Diamond is nature's great symbol of that which is lasting. A perfect Diamond is emblematical of purity-its radiant brilliance, of Happiness. A CHOICE DISPLAY OF THESE BEAUTIFUL GEMS IS ALWAYS HERE FOR YOUR SELECTION. F. J. PRESTON SL SON, INC. JEWUELERS AND SILVERSMITHS I7 Upper Church Street Burlington, Vermont 323 green Jwountain Tower Corporation B U C KI5 PART OF NEW ENGLAND POWER ASSOCIATION Cleaners and Lounderers O T Serving Sevelzfjf-two Vermont TelEPh0ne 2517-57 5 C0'771v1l1'.'Il'l1ifi6S with , GAS-HOT XVATER rule ermont cynic C963 For over fifty years the official stuclent newspaper of the University of X'fCI'111Ol1t ancl State f5XQI'iCLlltLll'3T. College C9 QD DONALD B. CARPENTER Q38 HASTINGS KEITH '38 Eclitor-infclmief Business TNIIIEIITRQCI' 324 PROFESSIONAL MEN ANP WOMEN Will Apprrrinlr Ibm' Finer Appoinhurnis of flai- Sherwoob Tbotel and 1RoQale Grill "Always nl Popular Prices" FRANK S. LANOU 8: SON PLUMBING HEATING AIR CONDITIONING ENGINEERS 90 St. Paul Street Burlington Vermont Compliments of Shepard SI Morse Lumber Company I4 College St. Phone Izz L. G. BURNHAM CO. Incorporated IH. R. STEVENSJ PHoTos OF UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES VERMONT VIEWS General Commercial and Aerial Photography PICTURE FRAMING 97 South Vfinooski Ave. BURLINGTON VERMONT Dr. P. C. Davis EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED OPTOMETRIST I6 Church St. Tel. 2203 lX""licicliel3I1.I'y Inn MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT TREADNWAY OIIERRTED "A Real New England Inn" 80 Rooms--60 Baths American Plan European Plan Excellent Accommodations Good Food Moderate Rates SPECIAL ATTENTION T0 PARTIES .IND BANQUETS VINTON B. DICKEY Resident Manager 325 ESTABLISHED x 8 5 2 STRONG HARDWARE COMPANY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HEAVY, BUILDERS' AND SHELF HARDWARE, PAINT, OIL, VARNISH AUTOMOBILE AND GARAGE ACCESSORIES CONTRACTORS' AND BLACKSMITHS' SUPPLIES 205-207 Main Street BURLINGTON, VT. Compliments of Alex Verret's II2 CHURCH STREET Herberg Auto Service if AUTO SPECIALISTS if Sales and Service if 204 Main Street Athletic Outfitters F011 ALL seozzirs L. P. Wood SPORTING GOODS STORE 78 Church Street Compliments of The E. S. Adsit Coal Company, Inc. "The Home of Better Fuels" BURLINGTON,S OLDEST AND MosT RELIABLE FUEL HOUSE B. I. Boynton 65 CHURCH STREET 1 FOOTWEAR 1 BURLINGTON VERMONT H .1 of ea Za' en 'Brolamis 'Pharmacy :A4I3rQ'S T1iE STRCHQG TTIEATH E BUILDIDKS CLOTHING sz FURNISHINGS Shepard 8g Homelle 32 CHURCH STREET 199 Main Street College students find Ibis sforc an mfrdlcm' plan' to do their shopping. HALL FURNITURE COMPANY 112-214 College Street BURLINGTON, VT. O Colzvezzient Credit Ter-ms A. P. SIKORA CORRECT SHOE REPAIRING Telephone 1097-M 9 Center St. Burlington, Vt. brat Restaurant TELEPHONE 1613 CHINESE AND AMERICAN FOOD AN IDEAL PLACE EoR PEOPLE OF TASTE 144 Church St. Burlington, Vt. ,Smart Glothes impeccable taste fcurn laudej ZA!! CQEJA-POI-L Colman's Pharmacy In fbi' Flynn Tlwafrr Building Hayes 81 Carney, Inc. 127 CHURCH STREET FOR P D P - SODA URE RUGSCANDY RESCRIPTIOREKSARS EVERYTHING A FELLOW 149 Main Street WEARS Phone 785 BURLINGTON, VERMONT Where Vcrmonf Men Meet MCAULIFFIFTS Everything in BOOKS AND STATIONERY for the Vermont Student CHURCH AT COLLEGE STREET amen Kayf Xfantine Stllclicb, IHC. -OblZgicZa! WAofoZ'caJaAe'c for Me 1938 vitae! C B ylton Stre t B t 328 HOWARD Wesson: New Englancl's Largest College Annual Designers ancl Engravers . Engravers for O this Book HOWARD-WESSON CO. Artists and Makers of Fine Printing Plates 44 Portland Street fPrinters Building, WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS Telephone 3-7266 329 ree Press Printing Ccbmpany SCHOCDL : : CGLLEGE CGNIMERCIAL P R1 N T E R S Burlington V61-mmn: jjzifufew of Mi, elm! Letter Press ancl Qgset Litlmograpluy Printing 330 X Z xxx If-g N , A" OW 51, "A w ' X' YQ, J- xg ff' ,... 9 Xxx 5 V, a J 'XX If ff xx' XX i If N x f-MJ, X . K Qf' XQ xx X X' ! 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