University of Vermont - Ariel Yearbook (Burlington, VT)
- Class of 1939
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Text from Pages 1 - 254 of the 1939 volume:
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WE, THE EDITORS, have compiled this book with the
hope that in years to come it will serve as an accurate and
memory-provoking record of college days. lt this hope is
realized, then we shall feel that our work has not been
fruitless, and our keenest pleasure will have been that of
aiding to recall to you, in after years, the inimitable spirit
of the Vermont campus.
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To ARTHUR DEXTER BUTTERFIELD, for
six years professor of Mathematics and Ge-
odesy in the College of Engineering, who
has shown himself to be a capable and under-
standing supervisor of the National Youth
Administration funds of this University, and
who, by the true spirit of friendship, courtesy,
and loyal service which he embodies, has won
the love and respect of all, we, the class of
l940, dedicate this book.
IN THE CLASSROOM
Professor Arthur Dexter Butterfield
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Zytdiotgni of Me Zfniveuify
REV. SAMUEL AUSTIN
REV. DANIEL H.AS1iEL
REV. XVILLARD PRESTON
REV. JAMES 11IARSH
REV. JOHN VVI-IEELEII
REV. CALVIN PEASE
REV. JosEPI-I TOREEY
JAMES BLTRRILL ANGELL
111A'l'TI-IEW HENRX' BUCKI-IAM
GUY POTTER BENTON
GUY VVINFRED BAILEY
me foatcf of 7:cu5tee5
Guy Winfred Bailey, A.B., LL.D.,
President and Comptroller
His Excellency George David Aiken, LL.D.,
Governor of Vermont, Ex-ofhcio
ON THE PART OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT
Eugene Noble Foss, A.B., LL.D., EQIP ...................,,...................,........ ,...............,.....,....,,...,....,. ,,..,.,,.,,,.,,..,,..,..,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Newman Keyes Chaffee, A.B., ANI' ......................,.......,
Clayton John VVright, C.E., AI .....i,...................,........,,.....
"'Cveorge McClellan Powers, A.M., LL.D., ANI' ...........
George IVi1liam Alger, A.B., AWP ..............,...........,.......
Carroll VVarren Doten, A.M. ..,............. .
Henry Bigelow Oatley, B.S. ......... .
Cassius Reuben Peck, A.B. ......... .
't Deceased June 24. 1938.
..,....,......,.........New York, New York
ON THE PART OF THE STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
Edwin VVinship Lawrence, A.B., A111 ....,...............
Henry Moses McFarland, A.B., ANI! ................,.....,.......
lVarren Robinson Austin, Ph.B., LL.D., K2 .,..........
Donald Arthur Hemenway, B.S. ...........,....,..........,..,.., .
Roy Leonard Patrick, Ph.B., CDAGJ .......,....
VVilliam Walker ...................,.,..,,.,,.. ........,. .... . ....... .
Thomas Charles Cheney, A.B., CIDA03 .......
Guy Milton Page, A.B., LL.B., ATO ........,..
Lewis Smithers DuBois ..,......,.,.... .,............ .
722 niveuity ouncil
.. ,....,.,., New York, New York
President Bailey, Chairman
......,...Hyde Park, Vermont
, Prof. Frederick Tupper Dean Joseph L. Hills
Dean Mary Jean Simpson Dean Elijah Swift
Dean George Eckhard Acting Dean Ernest Buttles
Forrest W. Kehoe
Seth Thomas Bruce
omen'4 mini.4t'ca tion
Mary Jean Simpson, KA9, f1JBK, Dean of Women
Ph.B., Vermont '13
Freda Marie Harris, Assistant Dean of Women
A.B., Mt. Holyoke '19g A.M., Radcliffe '24
Allen House .................,., ............,,... ll Irs. VVait Johnson
Brookes House .,,........,.. .............,............,... lk Irs. Inez Dunn
Campus House ............... ..........,., M rs. Florence Richmond
Gates House ..................................,. .......,.......,. lt Irs. Ann Underwood
Grassmount ..,...............,...................,..... .. ..........,... hlrs. Anna P. Willard
Home Management House ..,...,... ,......,.........,..., ll Iiss Doris F. Lake
McCormicks House ....,................... ...,......... lt' Irs. R. A. McCormick
Prospect House .............................
Redstone Dormitory ............
Robinson Hall ...........................
Sanders Hall ..,..........,......
Slade Hall .....,.........
Warner House ,..........
........,Mrs. George Graves
.........,.Mrs. Herbert Hand
......Mrs. Fred H. Towne
Mrs. Anna N. Bosworth
.....,Mrs. Andrew Louden
,Mrs. Rossie L. Watson
.yfdlldllhj 0mml'ff225 OF THE UNIVERSITY
Butterfield, T. S. Brown, Carpenter, and VV. R. Adams
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS
The President and the Comptroller, the Assistant Comptroller, and the Deans
Jacobs, Bennett, and Hall
Buttles, Evans, Myrick, Burrows, Eckhard, and Sheldon
DEGREES AND GRADUATE STUDY
Burns, Myrick, Groat, Cummings, Daggs, Mower, Douglass, and Bullard
Douglass, Dean, Bennett, Buttles, Eckhard, Burns, Carrigan,
Gifford, Cummings, Great, Kehoe, and Puffer
Tupper, Swift, Miss Shattuck, and Mower
The Commandant and the Deans
Cummings, Kidder, Millington, Prentice, Dean Simpson, Miss Terrill, Miss Holbrook, Miss
Nulty, and Miss Cummings
H. F. Perkins, Millington, Gifford, Jordan, Miss Colburn, Towne, Bennett, Rowell, the Commandant, and
' the Registrar
Tupper, Dean, Mower, and Kehoe
REGULATIONS AND DISCIPLINE
The President and the Deans
SCHEDULE, ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS AND CREDITS
The Registrar and the Deans
The President and the Deans
STUDENT ACTIVITIES fNon-0I'I1IeI'iCi
Metcalf, Miss Harris. and Evans
Dean Simpson, Cummings, Groat, Mower, Dean Swift, Carroll, Bullard, McKee, and Miss Cummings
Douglass, Jacobs, Dean Simpson, Burns, and Groat
Kidder, Prentice, Bullard, Dean Simpson, and Dean Swift
We -H umm' canal?
OFFICERS OF THE ALUMNI COUNCIL
Thomas J. Mulcare, '09 .............. ............................,...................................................,................ P resident
Mrs. Isabelle Y. Gallup ............. .......,........................................................................... S ecretargv
Leon W. Dean, '15 ........................... ............ E ditor of the 'lVERMON1'ALUMNUS"
MEMBERS OF THE ALUMNI COUNCIL
June, 1938-June, 1939
Max L. Powell ,.,...........,,...........,..... 1889 C. H. Covey ......,.............,....,....... 1906 I. Munn Boardman .....,... ...............
Herbert M. McIntosh ...,,.......,,,, 1890 Dr. Donald Miner ............,..... 1907 Bartholomew F. Garrity ............
Mrs. Hattie K. Forbes ,...... ......... 1 891 VVm. L. Blanchard ................. 1908 Richard D. Aplin .................,...........
Edmund C. Mower ...........,.........,. -1892 VVilliaxn L. Gardner ............... 1909 Robert T. Platka ...,........., ........ .
Frank R. 1Vells ........,.....,.. ........... 1 893 Albert Valentine Kieslich ....... 1910 Olney VV. Hill ..........,...,....,,...,...........,.
Arthur C. Crombie ........,,,.... ......... 1 894- Dr. Thomas E. Hays ..............,.... 19141 VVilliaxu M. Lockwood.. ........... ..
M. Shaler Allen ,............,. ........,.. 1 895 Albert L. Gutterson ............,........ 1912 Sabin Clark Abell ,,......,,, ..................
Erwin M. Harvey .....,.................., 1896 Everett I. Soule ........... ,................... 1 916 Constans M. Holden ...... ...........--
Albert Ernest Lewis ............,.....,,, 1897 Major Adrien St. John ............. 1917 Herrick M. Macornber .................
Helen G. Hendee .....,..... ..........,. 1 898 Harold A. Mayforth ....,.,..,.......... 1918 Roger Brown Adams ,..,.......,.......
Carl B. Brownell ...,.......,........,...... 1899 Morris R. 1Vileox ...,......,.,.. ........,.... 1 919 Allen O. Eaton .,,.................. .........
Clifton Morse Heaton ..,. ........,. 1 900 Henry T. VVay ............,..... ......,.,.... 1 920 James Bigelow ,.........,..... .,.. ..,......
Samuel S. Dennis ..,....................... 1901 George C. Stanley .......................... 1911 Donald J. Tobin .....,,...,.. .,.......
Harry P. Hudson ...,.........,..,........ 2.1902 Phillips M. Bell ....,.............. ............. 1 912 Richard Woodard .............,. .........
Hollis E. Gray .....,..,.........,. ............. 1 903 1Villiam L. Hammond ...........,..... 1913 Mary Ruby VVhitney... ..........,.
Dr. Arthur Leo Larner ,,.......,,.. 19041 1Villard C. Arms ............,. ,................ 1 921 Richard J. Duncan .......,. .. .....,. ..
1Valter H, Vllashburn ............... 1905 Donald B. Carpenter... .,..........
VICE-PRESIDENTS QCLUB REPRESENTATIVESJ
VVinona M. Oatley, '35
New York Alumme Association
Arthur H. Kehoe, '11
New York Alumni .Association
Dr. Peter P. Lawlor, '20
University of Vermont IVIealical Alumni Association
Dr. Roger N. Blake, '18
Northern New Jersey llledical Alumni Association
Roswell Farnham, '13 Phillip R. 1Vheeler, '28
Western New York Alumni Association Washington, D. C., Alumni Association
Dr. George L. Shattuck, '92 Mark G. Pierce, '27
Rhode Islanrl Alumni Association Plforcester, lllassachusetts, County Alumni Association
Dr. Frank C. Buekmiller, '14 Mrs. Olney VV. Hill, '26
Connecticut State Alumni Association University of Ver-mont Alum-me Association
Erminie Pollard, '24 H. Morton Hill, '06
Hartford, Connecticut, Alumnae Association Greater Boston University of Vermont Alumni
Frederick S. Harris, '22 Association
Hartford, Connecticut, Alumni Association
'PERM Exmmas 1939
Mary R. Bates, '9-L
Dr. Edward A. Herr, '09
Dr. James H. Naylor, '95
Mrs. Mabel 1Vatts Mayforth, '15
TERM Exriuus 1911-0
David VV. Howe, '144
Mary Jean Simpson, '13
Paul Gulick, '03
Lillian E. Mount, '32
TERM Exrmus 19-11
Fred B. VVright, '05
Prof. H. A. Prentice, '28
John E. Oreutt, '10
James H. Moore, '14
TERIVI EXPIRES 19112
Mrs. Georgiana Hubert Kiphuth, '31
Mrs. Lois B. Horsford, '22
Clarence H. DeMar, '1 1
Edwin VV. Lawrence, '01
TERM Exrmms 19413
H. Morton Hill, '06
Harry C. Shurtleff, '95
Mrs. Margaret M. Loudon, '17
Clinton J. Samxnond, '31
J. Hervey Maeomber, Jr., '24, Chairfman
of Undergraduate Activities
Elijah Swift, Alf, QIIBIX
B., Harvard 'O3g M.A., H d PI D
erm of the College of Arts and
'ufessor of Matlzawzat-:cs
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
George Frederick Eckhard, EE
ILS.. Iowa '05g C.E., Iowa '10
Dean, of the College of El1gi71P07'ilI-g
Profrfssor of SfI'Ilf'fllI'1YI Ig'Illfli'7ll?l'i"il1,ff
Joseph Lawrence Hills, KE
Sc.B., Boston University 'Sig SUD., Rutgers ,OS
Dum of Nm Uollnge of ."f!lI'fl"IlUIll'H
Prnfwxxor of .'lflI'07I077I1lj and Dirwfm' of flu'
Sfllff' E.x'pm'inw11tuI Station
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Howard Gordon Bennett, QIHBK
A.B., Harvard '17g M.A., Harvard '24
Professor of Music
George Plumer Burns, IIJBK, GAG, EE, AZ
B.S., Vllesleyan '97g M.A., Vllesleyan '98g Ph.D., Munich '00
Professor of Botany
George Howard Burrows, IIPBK
B.S., Vermont '09g Ph.D., Mass. Institute of Tech. '02
Professor of Chemistry
Fred Donald Carpenter, CDEFA, fIJBK
A.B., Trinity '10g M.A., Trinity '15g Ph.D., Yale '18
Professor of German- Language and Literatu-re
Bennett Cooper Douglass, KE, QIJBK, QAK
Ph.B., Vermont '08g M.A., Columbia '20g Ph.D., Columbia '24
Professor of Education
Samuel Franklin Emerson
A.B., Yale "i'2g Pl1.D., Amherstg L.H.D., Vermont
Professor Emeritus of History
Paul Demund Evans
A.B., Cornell '13g A.M., Cornell 'Mfg Ph.D., Cornell '23
Professor of History
Asa Russell Gifford, QNO, IIJBK
A.B., VVesleyan 'Orig M.A., Yale '07
Professor of Philosophy
George Gorham Groat, AY, QBK, UTM
A.B., Syracuse '95g Pd.M., N. Y. State 'Feachers College '97g
M.A., Cornell '01g Ph.D., Columbia '05
Professor of Economics
Ralph Maynard Holmes, EE, QBK, AZ
A.B., Maine 'llg M.A., Vllesleyang Ph.D., Cornell '23
-rofessor of Physics
Elbridge Churchill Jacobs, ATU
B.S., Mass. Institute of Tech. '96g M.A., Columbia '13
Professor of Geology and Mineralogy
John Trumbull Metcalf, IIEKIJ, EE
A.B., Yale '10g M.A., Yale 'llg Ph.D., Yale '13
Professor of Psychology
Edmund Curtis Mower, 61.56-J, CIDBK
A.B., Vermont '9i2g LL.B., N. Y. U. '9Gg A.M., Vermont
Professor of Political Srionco
Arthur Beckwith Myrick, BAE, QDBK
A.B., Harvard '00g M.A., Harvard 'Olg Ph.D., Harvard 'Ort
Prof essor of the Roma-nee Languages
Henry Farnham Perkins, Allf, QIJBK
A.B., Vermont '98g Ph.D., Johns Hopkins '02
Professor of Zoology
Director of the Fleming JI-useu-rn
Lester Marsh Prindle, QIJMA, LDBK, TKA, E241
A.B., Vermont '15g A.M., Harvard '16g Pl1.D., Harvard '21
Professor of Classical Languages
Frederick Tupper, ATQ, KIPBK
A.B., Charleston '90g A.M., Charleston '92g Ph.D., Johns Hop-
kins '93g L.H.D., Vermont '06
Professor of English Language and Literature
BENNETT BURNS BURROWS
CARPENTER DOUGLASS EVANS GIFFORD GROAT
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Wellington Estey Aiken, EN, QIJBK
Ph.B., Vermont '01g M.A., Vermont '03
Associate Professor of English
Charles Ernest Braun, QIJAY, EX
B.S., Polytech. Inst. Brooklyng A.M., Columbia ,93g Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry
Leland Lawrence Briggs, AEA, BAWP, IIFM
A.B., South Dakota '93g M.A., South Dakota ,Q4-g M.B.A., North-
Associate Professor of Economics
Alfred Grether Buehler, IIKA, HFM
AJS., Heidelberg '22, M.A., Yale '23g Ph.D., Yale '30
Associate Professor of Economics
Daniel Bernard Carroll, EQE, HPM
A.B., Illinois '12, Ph.D., VVisconsiu '30
Associate Professor of Political Science
Eleanor Stetson Cummings
A.B., Boston University '08
Associate Professor of Physical Education for Women
John Bellows DeForest, fIrBK
A.B., Yule '05g M.A., Yale '12g Ph.D., Yale '30
Associate Professor of Romance Languages
HOLMES JACOBS METCALF
Eleazer Johnson Dole, KDBK
AB., Vermont '1Qg M.A., Vermont '17g M.S., Vermont '21g
Ph.D., Vermont '23
Assoc-fate Professor of Botany
George Dykhuizen, CIJBK, QAK, EA1I1
A.B., Indiana ,213 A.M., Chicago ,264 Ph.D., Chicago '34
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Percy Austin Fraleigh, fIrBK, EE, IIJKLIJ
AJS., Cornell '1'2'g M.A., Cornell ,ISQ Ph.D., Cornell '27
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Charles Allen Kern, CIIAQ
B.S., Vermont '01
Associate Professor of C'h.erm1stry
George Vincent Kidder, KE, fI1BK
A.B., Vermont '22, A.B., Oxford ,264 Ph.D., Chicago '37
Associate Professor of Greek and Latin
Julian Ira Lindsay, QBK
A.B., Clark '98g M.A., Harvard '10
Associate Professor of English
Paul Amos Moody, FA, EE, KDEE
A.B., Morningside '24, Ph.D., Michigan '27
Associate Professor of Zoology
Howard Anderson Prentice, ANII, EAHII, CIJAK
B.S., Vermont E285 M.A., Columbia '35
Associate Professor of Physical Education for Men
Parker B. Willis
ILS., NVilliams '28g M.S., Columbia '31g Ph.D., Columbia '37
Associate Professor of Economics
Florence May Woodard, KAG, CDBK
l:'h.l5., Vermont '22, M.A., Columbia '27
Associate Professor of Economics
Mowsn Mvmcx PERKINS PRINDLE TUPPER
eollege of -H2154 5 .fciences
Alfred Carleton Andrews, KE, CIDKKD
A.B., Bowdoin '26, Ph.D., Pennsylvania '31
Assistant Professor of Latin.
'Phillips Dean Carleton
A.B., Brown '20
Assistant Professor of English
Elizabeth Vanderpoel Colburn
B.S., Columbia '12, M.A., Columbia '16
.'1ssista-nt Professor of English
Rex Madison Collier, EE
B.A., Iowa '27, M.A., Northwestern '29, Ph.D., Northwestern
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Gennette Claire Davis, AXQ
A.B., Carlton '15, B.S., Minnesota '22, M.A., Columbia '97
Assistant Professor of Economics lSccretu.rialj
Leon W. Dean, CDBK, TKA
A.B., Vermont '15
.flssistant Professor of English
Roland Freeman Doane
B.S., Harvard '17, M.A., Middlebury '28
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages
Charles George Doll, E211
Ph.B., Brown '24, M.A., Brown '26
.-lssisfont Professor of Geology and Mineralogy
Raymond Avery Hall, QIJNG, CDBK
A.B., WVesleyan '14, M.A., Columbia '23
Assistant Professor of English
Sara Moulthrop Holbrook
Ph.B., Hartford Ped. School, M.A., Yale '22
Assistant Professor of Education
Frederick Walter Householder
A.B., Texas '06, LL.B., Texas '09, M.A., Texas '10
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Richard Barnes Kennan, KAUW, CDBK
l5.S., Columbia '29, M.A., Columbia '29
Assistant Professor of Erlncntion
Melvin Henry Laatsch, KCIJK, QBK, HFM, AEG
A.B., Gettysburg '26, M.A., Vermont '98, M.A., Princeton '34
Assistant Professor of Political So-ience
Benjamin Franklin Ladd
A.B., N. Y. U. '10, M.A., Penn. State '12
Assistant Professor of German
Edgar Elwyn Lineken, QKE, AXE, KLIJK
B.S., Maine '23, M.S., Maine '25
Assistzmt Professor of C'hen1'istry
George Herbert Nicholson
A.B., Mt. Allison '22, M.A., Harvard '93
Assistant Professor of Zllathemntirs
Catherine Frances Nulty, QIDBK
Ph.l3., Brown '11, Ed.M., Harvard '25
J-lssistanf Professor of Economics
J ames Eugene Pooley, H213
B.A., Yale '22, M.A., Yale '26
Assistant Professor of Clreolr mul Loi'-n.
Willard Bissell Pope, XXI'
A.B., Hamilton '25, M.A., Harvard '96, Ph.D., Harvard '32
Assistant Professor of English
Archibald Thomson Post, EN
B.S., Vermont '27
.4SS'lSfl1'Ilit Professor of Physical Ezlncat-ion .
eoffefe of -qqtts Z .qciences
Robert Wunner Price
B.A., Carleton '31g M.S., Mass. Inst. Tech. 'Sig Ph.D., Mass
Inst. Tech. '37
Assistant Professor of Organic Clmmistry
Herbert Everett Putnam, fIvBK, QDM
A.B., Minnesota E254 M.A., Minnesota E275 Ph.D., Cornell '30
Assixfant Profn.-rs0'r of History
Lyman Smith Rowell, AI
ILS., Vermont E253 M.S., Vermont '30
Assisiamf Profes.-rar of Zoology
John Phillip Sabo, EH, MMI, GIDAK
B.S., Illinois 925 M.A., Illinois '34-
Axsisfant Professor of Physical Eriucatiovn
Kathrina Hobberton Storms
A.B., VVellesley ,00 '
Assistant Professor of Evrglislz
Randolph Shepardson Towne, fIDBK
A.B., VVilliams Q23 A.M., Princeton '23
I-ls.u-istunt Professor of Fremvh and Spanish,
Benjamin Booth VVainwright, GIJBK
A.B., YVilliums 'Q0g M.A., Illinois '25
Assistmz-t Professor nf English
Myron Ellis Witham
ILS., Dartmouth 'Orig C.E., Dartmouth '06
flxxixtant Profaxxor of Malhzcmatics
Lloyd Abram Woodward, f-MIA, :DB
Ph.B., Vermont '18g M.S., Vermont 'Q-L
f1s.vistant Professor of Physics
AB., Augustana Collcgeg A.M., Columbia '37
Assistant Professor of Erlucatirm.
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PROFESSORS ASSISTANT PROFESSORS
Milton Harris Aldrich, EAE, EE, TBII
B.S., Worcester Polytech. Inst. '28
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineer-ing
James Atkins Bullard, IIJBK, EE, GJAQJ
A.B., Williams 'O8g Pl1.D., Clark '14-
Professor of Matlzematics and Mechanics
Arthur Dexter Butterfield, ATS!
B.S., Worcester Polytech. Inst. '93g M.S., W0l'CCStCT Polytecll.
Inst. '98g A.M., Columbia
Professor of Mathematics and Geodesy
Geno Blaise Lucarini, ZX, d1BK
B.S., Vermont '24'
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Howard Guy Millington, ZX, TBII
C.E., Rensselaer Poly. Inst. '08
College '26 Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Edd Ruthven McKee
B.S. in E.E., Iowa. State College 'Q0g M.S., Iowa State
Professor of Electrical Engineering
Laiirence Forrest Shorey, CIHBK
B.S., Vermont 'Qing M.S., Vermont '30
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
Louis Blackmer Puller, EE, TBII
C.E., R. P. I. '09
Professor of Civil Engineering
Harold Irving Williaxns, EN
B.S., Vermont '19
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
Dewitt McClure Taylor
B.S., Mass. Inst. Tech. '06
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Professor of Mechanical Engineering
ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS INSTRUCTURS
Roy Orville Buchanan, CDBK
B.S., Vermont '05
Associate Professor of Electrical Engin-eering
Frank Aubrey Dresser
Instr-u-ctor in Shop llforrk
Gerald O. Lynde
B.S., Vermont '30
Instructor in Mechanical Engineering
Edmund Louis Sussdorff
Ph.B., Yale '14-4 M.E., Yale '17
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
BULLARD BUTTERFIELD MCKEE PUFFER THOMAS
goffege of -ggticuftu 'ze
PROFESSORS ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS
Mason Herbert Campbell, AZ, TEA, EAP
B.S., Illinois '17'g M.S., VVisconsin '18g Ph.D., VVisc0nsin '32
Professor of Dairy Production
Marshall Baxter Cummings, EE, TA, AZ
B.S., Vermont '91q M.S., Maine '044g Ph.D., Cornell '09
Professor of IIortiouIt'n,rc
Howard Bowman Ellenberger, AZ
B.S., Iowa State '05g M.S., Cornell ,15Q Ph.D., Cornell '15
Professor of :lil-hllfll and Dairy Iluslmnrlry
Benjamin Franklin Lutman, AZ, EE
A.B., Missouri ,OGQ A.M., VVisconsin '07g Ph.D., xVlSC0l1SlIl '09
Professor of Plan-t Pathology
Paul Robert Miller, AZ, EE
B.S., Iowa. State College 'Sig M.S., Michigan State College '24'
Professor of Ayrono my
Bertha May Terrill, GIBK
B.S., Mount Holyoke '95g A.B., Mount Holyoke '96g M.A.,
Professor of Home Economics
William Ritchie Adams, Jr., GX, EE
B.S., Syracuse '26g M.S., Vermont 'QSQ Ph.D., Yale
.-lssocirtte Professor of Botany and Forestry
B.S., Cornell '18g M.S., Columbia '35
Associate Professor of Bota-ny
Ernest O. Herreid, EX, FA, FEA, AZ
B.S., South Dakota State 273 M.S., Minnesota E283
1 Minnesota ,33
Associate Professor of Dairy Mminfact-uring
Doris Frances Lake
B.S., Cornell E305 M.A., Columbia '24-
.Alssocinto Professor in. Home Economics
Kenneth Joseph Sheldon, 22, ATE, KKIDK
B.S., Vermont '15g M.A., Columbia '24'
Associate Professor of Agricultural Education
CAMPBELL CUMMINGS ELLENEERGER LUTMAN TERRILL MILLER
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Florence Emily Bailey
B.S., Simmons '18g M.S., Vermont B30
Assistant Proffssor of Ilmnn Igflfllllllllifli'
B.A., Illinois '194 M.A., Columbia, '24-
Assistant Professor of Home Ecoimmics
Alida B. Fairbanks
l3.S. in Home Economics, Vermont 'ilg M.A., Columbia 'Qi
.flsxixtallt Professor of Home Econo-mics
John Alvin Newlander
B.S., Cornell '19g M.S., Vermont '91
Assistant Profvssor of Dairy H'IlSbll11llI'fl
Amos Bush Wilmarth, fIvBK
A.B., Middlebury '00g A.M., Harvurcl '01g B.S., Vermont '0Sg
M.S., Vermont ,13
Assistant Profffxsor of Chemistry
Leslie A. Evans
V.S., Ontario Veterinary College '03
Instructor' -in Veterinary Science
Helen Renwick LeBaron, CIDBK, ON, Mortar Board
B.S., Vermont '32
H. D. Leggett
B.S., Cornell '14-
Iustrucfor in Poultry Hnxlmmlry
Emelie Munson Perkins
A.B., Smith '10g NLD., Vermont '29
Instructor -in. IIo-me Economics
B.S., Columbian '19g M.A., Columbia '37
.A1sxixtn11t in- Clothing Ulome Econonxicxj
Frederick Madison Skelton, AZ
B.S.A., Ontario Agricultural College '37g M.S., Vermont '38
Instructor 'in Dairyi'n.g
Winona Emyle Stone, CDBK
PILB., Vermont R233 M.S., Vermont '31
Instructor in Botany
Sheldon Ward Williams, CIIKKIP
B.S., Cornell '3:?g M.S., Vermont '34
Inst-ructn-r in. Agricu-Itural Eronornins
Carlton E. Wright
A.B., Vermontg M.S., Cornell '38
Instructor 'in Farm Mcclzalnics
goffege of fffecficbze
Lyman Allen, EAD, NSN, 1-IJBK
A.B., Vermont '93g M.D., Vermont '96, F.A.C.S., Norwich '17
Professor of Surgery
Clarence Henry Beecher, NEN
M.D., Vermont '00
Professor of Jfellicine
Thomas Stephen Brown, NSN
M.D., Vermont '04
Thayer Professor of Annlomy
Ernest Hiram Buttles, KE, CDBK
AB., Vermont '01g M.D., Vermont '08
Professor of Bacteriology and Pathology f
Charles Francis Dalton, NEN
M.D., Vermont '03
Professor of Hygiene and Pre'venti'Ue Merliein-0
Lt. Col. W. C. Dreibelbies
M.D., Vermont '10
Professor of Mefllco-Military Science
Herbert Ashley Durfee, duel, AKK
A.B., Vermont '17g M.D., Vermont '20
Professor of Obstetric-s and Assistant Professor of G'y-necology
Oliver Newell Eastman, F. A. C. S.
Professor of Gynecology mul Assoeiafe Professor of Obstetrics
Fred Kinney Jackson, QIJAGJ, NSN
A.l3., Vermont '97g M.D., Vermont '99
Professor of Physiology
Charles Kimball Johnson, CDX, F. A. A. P.
Hovey Jordan, ATU
Ph.B., Vermont '13g M.S., Vermont '14-
Professor of Ilislology and Embryology
David Marvin, NSN
M.D., Vermont '00
Professor Emeritus of Plzarmaeoloyy
Frank Roberts Ober
M.D., Tufts '05
Professor of Orthopedic Surgery
James Charles O'Neil, NEN
B.S., Vermont '06g M.D., Vermont '17
Professor of Psych-iatry
James Norman Petersen
B.S., McGill '20g M.D., McGill '23
Acting Professor of Neurology
Harold Bernard Pierce, EE
M.S., Penn. State '21g Ph.D., Rochester '08
Professor of Physiological Clzemistry
George Miller Sabin, f-IJAGJ, NEN
B.S., Vermont '96g M.D., Vermont '00
Professor of C'li'nirral Surgery
Arthur Bradley Soule, Jr., A111
A.B., Vermont H54 M.D., Vermont 'QS
Professor of Radiology
Eugene Frederick Traub, AKK
B.S., Michigan '15, M.D., Michigan '18
Professor of Dermatology
Emmus George Twitchell
M.D., Vermont '99 A.B., Queens '0Qg M.D., Queens '06g C.M., Queens '06
Professor of Pezllalries Professor of Oplzllmlmology and Otolaryngology
ALLEN BEECHER BROWN EUTTLES DALTON JACKSON
eoffege of lffedicbze
John Brooks Wheeler, ECP, QDX
A.B., Vermont "T5g M.D., Harvard '79, Sc.D., Vermont '21
Professor Emeritus of Surgery
Charles Flagg Whitney, ATQ, NEN
B.S., Vermont '97g M.D., Vermont '03g M.S., Vermont '04
Professor of Physiological Chemistry and Toxicology
Ray Gilbert Daggs
B.S., Bucknell 'Q6g Pl1.D., Rochester '30
Associate Professor of Physiology
Paul Kendrick French, AXP, NEN, F. A. C. P.
Pl1.B., Vermont 'f20g M.D., Vermont '23
Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine
Williain Groves Townsend, AKK, F. A. C. S.
B.S., Dartmouth '?20g M.D., Vermont 'Q-L
Associate Professor of Urology
Edward Douglas Mcsweeney, NEN, F.A.C.S.
A.B., Vermont '19g M.D., Vermont '22 .
Associate Professor of Gynecology
Benjamin Dyer Adams, AKK, F. A. C. S.
M.D., Vermont '08
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Ellsworth Lyman Amidon, ATQ, EE
B.S., Tufts '27g M.D., Vermont '32
.-Issistant Professor of Jlcrlic-ine
Clarence Alden Bonner, AKK
M.D., Vermont '13
Assistant Professor of Psychlat-ry
Paul William Butterfield, CIDBK
A.B., Bowdoin '3Og M.D., Boston University '34s
Assistant Professor of Pathology
Ralph Leslie Cudlipp, F.A.C.S.
M.D., New York Medical College '15
Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery
Fred Williams Dunihue, EE, KIPAE, CIHFA
M.S., N. Y. U. '31g Ph.D., N. Y. U. '34-
.flssislant Professor of Histology anzl Embryology
Thomas Ludlow Ferenbaugh, F.A.C.S.
A.B., Kenyong M.D., Johns Hopkins '09
.-Issisfant Professor of C'li11icalHIcdicine
John Archibald Ferguson
M.D., 'Q5q M.S., University of VVestern Ontario '30
Assistant Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology
Ernest Hartman, EE
B.S., '92g M.S., Kansas State Collegeg Se.D., Johns Hopkins '26
Assistant Professor of Bacteriology and Clinical Pathology
Wendell Everett James, EE
A.B., Brown '17
zl8S'l:St!l'llli Professor of Bacteriology and Clinical Pathology
Arthur Leo Larner, AKK
M.D., Vermont '04
Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology
Clinical Instructor of Ophthalmology
Clifford Shattuck Leonard, EE
Ph.B., Yale '15g M.S., Yale '17g Ph.D., Vtlisconsin '20
.-Issistant Professor of Pharmacology
Franklin Patterson Lowry
BS., Harvard 'lilg M.D., Harvard '16
.-'lssistant Professor of Physical Therapy
Karl Cornelius lVIclVIahon, NEN, AI
B.S., Vermont '19g M.D., Vermont 'Q52
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology
Robert Leland Maynard, AKK, F.A.C.S.
M.D., Vermont '11
.flssistant I rofessor of Surgery
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Charles Perkins Moat
BS., M. I. T. '96
Assistant Professor of .Hygiene
Chester Albert Newhall, NSN
A.B., Northwestern '94-g M.D., Vermont '28
Assistant Professor of Anatomy
Walford Tupper Rees, KS, NSN
A.B., Brown '1'7g M.D., Vermont '24-
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Edward James Rogers, 41X
B.S., So. Carolina Mil. Academyg M.D., So. Carolina '08g M.D.,
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Adolphus Duncan Rood
M.D., Vermont '08
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
VValter Alva Stultz, SE
B.A., Acadia '97g Ph.D., Yale '32
Assistant Professor of Anatomy
Keith Frank Truax, CIHX, ZX
B.S., Vermont 'Q8g M.D., Vermont '31
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Hiram Eugene Upton, NSN
M.D., Maryland '27
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Maurice Norbert Bellerose
B.S., Norwich ':25g M.D., Vermont '99
Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery
Benjamin Franklin Clark, SAE NSN
B.S., Vermont 'Q9g M.D., Vermont '33
Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology
John Emerson Davis, SE
A.B., Oberlin 'Q9g M.S., Michigan '31g Ph.D., Univ. of
Instructor in. Pharmacology and Physiological Chemistry
Winthrop Maillot Flagg, SAE, NSN
M.D., Vermont '34-
Instructor in- Urology
Allston Hazen Fogg
B.S., Vermont 'Q7g M.D., Vermont '30
Instructor in Physical Therapy
Edward John Ford, F.I.C.A.
ILS., Franklin and Marshall '304 M.D., Hohncmann '34-
Instructor in Anesthesia
Milford Leroy Hobbs
M.D., Waxsliingtoii University '31
Instructor in Dleclicinc
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Albert George Mackay, SAE, NSN
ILS., Vermont '29g M.D., Vermont '39
Instructor in Surgery
Harold Edward Medivetsky
BS., Vermont ':?9g M.D., Vermont '32
In-strfuctor in Clinical Ilfeflicine
Jean Barnett Piatt, fIJBK, SE
M.A., Haverford '33q Ph.D., Yale '37
Instructor in. Anatomy
Elmer Waters Pike, QIBAGJ, AKK
M.D., Vermont '19
Instructor -in Clinical Medicine
B.E.E., Norwich 'QM M.D., Tufts '32
III-8t7'1tClO7' in Clinical Medicine
Charles Arthur Ravey, AKK
M.D., Vermont '18
Instructor in- Clinical Medicine
Laurence' Lamson Robbins
B.S., Vermont '35g M.D., Vermont '37
Instructor in- Pathology
Jesse Albert Rust, Jr.
M.D., Vermont '36
Instr-uctor in Obstetrics and Gynecology
Ferdinand J. M. Sichel, SE
B.S., McGill ':28g Se.M.. N. Y. U. '30g Ph.D., NJY. U. '34-
Instructor in Physiology
Clarence Jess Speas, OKY
Laci-oss State Teachers Collegeg Forsyth Dental Infirmaryg
D.D.S., Marquette '35 L
Instructor in Oral Hygiene
Raymond Duane Towne, 'DAG
B.S., Vermont '36g M.D., Vermont '36
Instructor in- Clinical Surgery
Charles Simpson Woodall
A.B., Mercer University '13.1 M.A., Mercer '20g M.D.,
Instructor inf Neurology
Paul Dennison Clark, SKID
M.D., Vermont '26
Clin-ical Instructor in. Pediatrics
Erald Fairbanks Foster
M.D., Vermont '27
Clinical Instructor in. Preventive Medicine
B.S., Vermont '28g M.D., Vermont '31
Instructor in Clinical Surgery
itaty .gcien ce
Merrill Ellicott Spalding i
Colonel, Infantry, United States Army
Professor of Military Science and Tactics
Conmrzamlarzt of Cadets
J ay Edward Gillfillan
Lieutenant-Colonel, Infantry, United
Assistant Professor of Military Sci-
ence and Tactics
James A. Pickett
Sergeant, United States
I n-structor in Military Sci-
Frank P. Coffin
Major, Infantry, United States Army
.-lssistrmt Professor of Military Sci-
ence mul Tactics
Raymond T. Connor,
Teclmical Sergeant, United
Instructor in Military Sci-
ence and Tactics
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Charles Stuart Woodall, M.D.
Frank Austin Dresser
William Hudson Behney
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Russell Oscar Sunderland, '39
Ursula Agnes Latour, '40
Richard Allan Foster, '41
Earle Roger Thomas
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Richard Walker Robinson
Jean Olive Butler
BUD KIMBALL SHIRLEY TREAT
. Emily Louise Abbott
West Newton, Mass. Horne Economics: Home Economics Club f2, 355
W. A. A. qi, 2, ay, Y. W. C. A. 42, ay.
Channing Leach Adams
Morrisville, Vt. General Science: Sigma Nu, Chemistry Club fljg Track,
Scrub Manager Q2j, Assistant Manager C333 R. 0. T. C. Band QU, V. C. A.
Howard Alfred Allen, Jr.
Burlington, Vt. Commerce and Economics: Sigma Phig Key and Ser-
pent, President, Gold Key, President, International Relations Club f2jg Advanced
Military Qiijg Selection Committee Beauty Contest C313 Basketball, Freshman,
Varsity C2, 315 Track, Freshman, Varsity Interfraternity Athletics fl, 2, 3jg
Stuart James Anderson
East Craftsbury, Vt. Agriculture: Delta Psig Aggie Club Cl, 2, 3jg Outing
Club f3jg Interfraternity Athleticsg Cross-country Q3j.
Farmington, Me. Social Science: Pi Beta Phi, Press Club C2jg Le Cercle
Francais f2, Class Secretary Q3jg Badminton Club Q3jg XV. A. A. fl, 2, 3jg
Richard Travis Atkins
New York, N. Y. Pre-medical: Jolm Dewey Clubg International Rela-
Andersou Arms Atkins
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BILL GRIFFIN I-IESTER KEI-IoE
Paul John Audette
Burlington, Vt. General Science: Gold Key CZDQ Newman Club Cl, 2, 3j g
Sergeant f2jg Track Qljg Assistant Manager Cross-country, Dean's List
Walter Joseph Augustenovich
Springfield, Vt. Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Foot-
ball f3jg Interfraternity Athletics f3jg A. S. M. E. Q2, 31.
Everett Clark Bailey
Burlington, Vt. Elf'1nen.tary Engineering: Delta Psig Key and Serpent,
Outing Club fl, 2, 35, President C3jg Expert Rifleman, Corporal, Advanced Mili-
tary, Interfraternity Athleticsg Cross-country fl, 2, 3D 3 A. I. E. E. CZ, 3j, Secretary-
TTCHSUFCI' C333 Ski Team fl, 2, 35. Augustenovich
Edward Noble Baldwin
Bennington, Vt. Commerce and Economics: International Relations Club
f2, 3jg Outing Club QI, 3j 5 Advanced Military, Rifle Team, Military Honors.
Seymour Israel Barowsky
Holyoke, Mass. Social Scicnce: Tau Epsilon Phig Cynic Cljg Interfra-
ternity Athletics fl, 2, 31, Cross-country Q2jg Men's Glee Club
Theodore William Bartlett
Newport Center, Vt. Chcnzistry: Gold Key f2j g Chemistry Club f3j g Photog-
raphy Club Dean's List fl, QD, Student Affiliate American Chemical Society.
Bartlett Barowsky Baldwin --
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Eleanor Rust Bayley
Peach.-am, Vt. Cl01ll1ll.6TC8 and Economics: Alpha Chi Omega, Photog-
raphy Club C35 3 Basketball C2, 3jg Badminton Cl, 2, 3j g Badminton Club, Manager
f3jg VV. A. A., Junior Representative f3jg Y. VV. C. A. f2, 3jg Joint Conference
Kendall Forbes Beaton
South Ryegate, Vt. Literary-Scientiyic: Lambda Iotag Gold Key f2jg John
Dewey Club Q2, 3Qg Classical Club QQ, 3j5 Military Honors Cl, 213 Faculty-Student
Council Qfijg Cheerleader Q2, 3jg Debating Team Cl, 2, 3j5 Dean's List QI, 2j5
Interfraternity Council g Assistant Manager Track QED.
Henri John Beauchemin
Pittsfield, Mass. Civil Engineering: Kappa Sigmag Key and Serpentg
Basketball f3jg Baseball fl, 2jg Football fl, 21.
Marjorie Elaine Bell
J elfersonville, Vt. Home Economics: Kappa Alpha Thetag Student Union,
Social Chairman, Press Club CJD 5 Home Economics Clubg Outing Club fl, 2D 5
ARIEL 5 Badminton Clubg VV. A. A.g Y. W. C. A., Beauty Contest CU g Co-ed Major
Candidate QQ, 31 5 Dean's List Cl,
Edward Milton Berkowitz
Chelsea, Mass. Pre-medical: Tau Epsilon Phig Interfraternity Ath-
letics fl, 2, 3j 3 Cross-country C21 g Men's Glee Club fljg Dean's List.
Jack Samuel Berkowitz
Greenwich, N. Y. Pre-medical.
Berkowitz BUD ALLEN Berkowitz
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Helen Louise Berry
Brattleboro, Vt. Elementary Education: Alpha Chi Omegag Press Club
C253 International Relations Club Q25 5 Y. WV. C. A. C25.
LeRoy Melvin Bingham
lVaterbury, Vt. Agriculture: Aggie Clubg Basketball Squad Base-
ball squad f25g Football squad QZ, 35 3 Class Basketball fl, 255 Fraternity Athletics.
Jeannette Muriel Bissan
Berlin, N. H. Pre-medical: International Relations Club Cl, 2, 353
Newman Club fl, 2, 35g Le Cercle Francais Q2, Bluestoc-kings fl, 2, 353 Haml-
book, Vice-President Q35.
Gwendolyn Mavis Blanchard
Newport, Vt. General Science: Badminton Clubg Dean's Listg W. A. A.
William Leonard Blanchard, Jr.
Melrose, Mass. Pre-medical: Sigma Nug Outing Club fl, 25 5 Corporalg
Advanced Militaryg Football C15, Assistant Manager-elect' C35g Cross-country C153
Interfratei-nity Athleticsg VVrestling fl, 253 Men's Glee Club U53 Intramural
Council f35g Operetta
Margaret Elouise Bodette
Vergennes, Vt. Home Economics: Alpha Chi Ouiegag Home Economics
Club QI, 2, 35 5 Newman Clubg VV. A. A.g House Committee C155 Y. VV. C. A. Cl, 2, 35,
Budette Avis Cosa
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Gordon Badger Booth
Burlington, Vt. Social Science: Delta Tau Delta fAmherstj5 Tennis
flj CAl1lllCTStJ g Interfraternity Athletics CAIl1llC1'StD 5 Foreign Relations Club
CA1I1llCPSlCD 5 Outing Club f2jg Interfraternity Athletics Q2, 3jg Independents.
Martin James Boucher, Jr.
VVhite Plains, N. Y. f'07I!'IIIl'T68 mul Econ.cmics: Phi Delta Thetag Gold Key
C2jg International Relations Club Q2jg University Players C3jg Sophomore Hop
Committee f2jg Selection Committee Beauty Contest ARIEL C3jg Class Treas-
urer fljg Football fljg Baseball Cl, 2, 3jg Interfraternity Athletics fl, 2, 325
Wlrestling QU 3 University Choirg Merfs Glee Clubg Fall Play C333 Opera
Jean Elizabeth Brehmer
Rutland, Vt. Literary-Scientific: Delta Delta Deltag John Dewey
Club Q3jg Press Club f3jg Dramatic Club f3jg Le Cercle Franeais f3jg Classical
Club Q2, 3jg Howard Freshman Mathematics Prize C115 Winnowings From the
lllill fl, Zj, Editor-in-Chief Q3jg Bluestockings Cl, 25, President f3jg Staff and
Sandal f3j3 Dean's List QI, 2jg House President Q3jg Y. VV. C. A.
Rosemary Cady Brewster
Underhill, Vt. Pre-medical: Photography Club C313 Health Council
Qfijg Green Mountain Junior College.
Robert Bolkum Brock
Groton, Vt. Elcmeniary Education: Sigma Nug Cross-country.
Brooklyn, N. Y. Secondary Education: K. E. L. Society.
Brewster Brock Brody
Brosseau A. K. Brown C. H. Brown
John Charles Brosseau '
Highgate Falls, Vt. EIcmcn.far.y Education: Newman Club QQ, 315 Cross-
eountry C215 Independents.
Alfred Keith Brown
Billings, Mont. Social Science: Phi Delta Thetag Rifle Team CZ, 315
Clarence Halsall Brown
Rutland, Vt. P1'c-mcdical: University Players C215 Corporal f21g
R. O. T. C. Band Cl, 21g V. C. A.
Gertrude Elizabeth Burbank
Chelsea, Vt. Elemcvltarg Education: Health Council Q31g John Burbank
Dewey Club CZ, 315 Press Club Le Cercle Francais QZ, 315 Archery Clubg
Dean's List fl, 219 Y. YV. C. A. fl, 2, 31.
Jean Olive Butler
Burlington, Vt. Liiernrly-Scic11tific: Delta Delta Deltag Pan-Hellenic
Council C31g John Dewey Club C2, 313 Dramatic Club Q2, 315 Outing Club Council
C315 Newman Clubg Le Cercle Francais C31 3 Kake VValk Usher Q21 3 ARIEL, VVo1nen's
Sports Editor C315 Clynic, Reporter QZ1, News Editor Q31g Class Vice-President f31g
Faculty-Student Council Q21g VV. A. A., Recording Secretary Y. W. C. A. Q31g
Staff and Sandal 5 Dean's List fl, 2, 31.
Barbara Jean Campbell
Milton, Vt. Literally-Scicvztific: Delta Delta Deltag John Dewey
Club Dramatic Club f31g Outing Club C115 Le Cercle Francais Classical
Club Q31g Anim, C315 Cynic Q2, 31g VV. A. A. f11g Y. VV. C. A. fl, 315 Dean's
LENNY BLANCHARD PAUL JENKS Campbell
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BOB JOHNSTONE HELEN MAECK
Lina Josephine Caravatti
South Ryegate, Vt. Elementary Education: Badminton Club Dean's
Earl Atwood Cash
VVest Dennis, Mass. General Science.
Barre, Vt. Pre-medical.
Arthur DeWitt Clark
New York, N. Y. Social Science: Photography Clubg Corporal Q21 g Cynic
CU 5 Tennis QU 5 Bailey Cup Debate QU 5 Advanced Militaryg Hexathlong Bad-
minton Runner-upg Debating Team
Holyoke, Mass. Literary-Scientific: Pi Beta Pliig Outing Club
Marcelyn Katherine Heath Clark V
Burlington, Vt. Literary-Scientific: Alpha Chi Omegag Dramatic Club
QQ, 3jg Classical Club Q3jg Cyfnic, Reporter, News Editorg lV'l'Il71.0ZUl?lgS From the
Mill, Contributing Editor f2jg University Choir Q2, 3jg Women's Glee Club filjg
Dean's List C1
GEORGE NOONAN POWELL WHALEN
Mary Avis Cobb '
Rutland,Vt. General Scicrzcc: Kappa Alpha Thetag Outing Club
QI, 2, 3jg Badminton Club C355 YV. A. A. QI, 2, 32g Y. VV. C. A. fly, Zjg Dean's
Herbert William Coburn
Newport, Vt. Electrical Engineering: Lambda Iotag Gold Key, Sopho-
more Hop Committee, Corporal Q1 Q, Sergeant 3 Interfratcrnity Athletics fl, 2, 3D 3
Tennis Cljg Cheerleader C333 A. I. E. E.
Elizabeth Ann Coggins
Burlington, Vt. Secretarial.
William George Cole ,
Quechee, Vt. Secondary Education: Interfraternity Athletics f2, 315
Intramural Athletics fl, 2, 313 Baseball Qljg Track f2Dg Advanced Military.
Jean Kay Connor
Fairfield, Vt. Secretarial: John Dewey Club Q3jg Press Club f2jg
Outing Club QI, Qjg Dean's Listg Y. VV. C. A.
Mary Frances Coryell
Palisade, N. J. Gcncral Science
C 49 5?
B ETTY TAYLOR
Marion Louise Craig
Elmwood, Conn. Social Science: Health Council International Rela-
tions Club fl, 21, Recording Secretary C215 Outing Club fl, 31, Badminton Club,
Manager f31g WV. A. A. QI, 2, 313 Y. WV. C. A. C11.
Edward Stone Cram
Burlington, Vt. Zlfechanical Engineering: Sigma Phig Fresh-lnafn Hand-
book Managerg Assistant Football Managerg V. C. A.
Hyde Park, Vt. Commercial Teaching: Delta Delta Deltag Student
Union, House Presidentg Health Council Q31g John Dewey Club Q2, 315 Press Club
Crocker C315 Cynic 5 VV. A. A., Council-at-Large, Y. VV. C. A.g Dean's List Q1, 21.
Madeline Marguerite Crosby
VVhiting, Vt. Commercial Teaching: Pi Beta Phig VV. A. A. QI, 213
Honorary Golf Team f11g Honorary Riding Team, Manager
William Hazen Cross
Bombay, N. Y. Bu.s'ines.x': Kappa Sigxnag International Relations Club
C21 3 Interfraternity Athletics Cl, 2, 31 g Intramural Athletics fl, 2, 31.
Richard Edward Dana
North Pomfret, Vt. Agriculture Dairy Production: Aggie Clubg Hood Schol-
Cross AL wlLL1AMs Dfmfl
44 50 S
Lloyd George Davies
Bath, Me. Pre-medical: Phi Delta Tlietag Outing Club fl, 2, 3Qg
Kake VValk Stunt fljg Track, Assistant Manager f2jg Dean's List g Intramural
Everett Lee Davis
Craftsbury Common, Vt. 12717-711-C'fliClll! Alpha Tau Omega, Basketball fljg Base-
ball fllg Interfraternity Athleticsg V. C. A. f2, 3j, Director Freshman Camp
John Ware Davis
Brattleboro, Vt. Social Science: Sigma Nug International Relations Club
fl, 2, 3jg Track fl, Zjg Interfraternity Athletics fl, 21.
Katherine Everil Davis
VVilmington, Vt. Home Economics: Health Council f3jg Outing Club
QI, 213 Home Economics Club fl, 2, 3jg Hockey fl, 21, Badminton Club Q3jg
VV. A. A. fl, 2, 355 Y. VV. C. A. CFU.
Roger Martin Davis
Readsboro, Vt. Chemistry: Chemistry Club fl, 353 Voluntary Drill
Squad CU 3 Sergeant g Advanced Military C31 5 Intramural Vifrestling
Claire Katherine Delaney V
Middlebury, Vt. Elmnmztarg Education: Trinity College.
Delaney JEAN BUTLER
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E. L. Davis
J. W. Davis
K. E. Davis
R. M. Davis
ART .IANQFF FRAN FULLER
Antoinette Marie DeLaricheliere
South Burlington, Vt. Elementary Education.: Le Cercle Frangais Q3jg New-
man Clubg VV. A. A.
Marguerite Ellen Doe
Bradford, Vt. El01nen.tary Education: Y. VV. C. A.
Vlfinsted, Conn. Pre-medical: Freshman Rifle Team: Dean's List
Vlfest Hartford, Conn. Pre-medical: John Dewey Club C333 Freshman Drill
Squadg Baseball QQQQ Interfraternity Athletics fl, Zjg Badminton Clubg Men's
North Troy, Vt. Elernen-tary Education.: Outing Club f2, VV. A. A.
C2, 3 Dezufs List Cl, 21.
Robert Arthur Dudley
Bradford, Vt. Civil Engineering: Sigma Nug Outing Club QED: Base-
ball fljg Interfraternity Athletics Cl, 21g A. S. C. E. CZ,
DuB0ff DuBois Dudley
cc 52 D
Dustzm Eldridge Fitzgerald
Laura Corbin Dustan
Craftsbury Common, Vt. Home Econvovriics: Sigma Galnmag Home Economics
Clubg Badminton Clubg House Committee C115 House Fellow C115 Y. W. C. A. C11 5
Dean's List Cl, 21 5 YVinner of Omicron Nu Freshman Honor Cup.
VVolcott, Vt. Secondary Education: John Dewey Club C2, 315 Press
Club C315 Cynic C215 Basketball C215 VV. A. A. C2, 315 Y. YV. C. A. C215 Dean's
List C1, 21.
Howard Francis Fitzgerald
Bennington, Vt. Social Science: Sigma Nug International Relations Club
Cl, 215 Outing Club Cl, 215 Corporal C215 Cynic C115 Football C115 Track C315
Cross-country C115 Interfraternity Athletics Cl, 2, 315 University Choir Cl, 215
Menis Glee Club C15 21.
Judith Virginia Flack
Potsdam, N. Y. Secondary Education: Outing Club C315 Riding Team
C21 5 VV. A. A. C2, 315 Lasell Junior College.
Edmund Hulburcl Flagg
Craftsbury Common, Vt. Commerce and Economics: Delta Psig Outing Clubg
Interfraternity Athleticsg Ski Team.
Veleida Louise Fleming
Bennington, Vt. Elf-me'n.1'a.ry Education: John Dewey Club C2, 31 5 Inter- '
national Relations Club C31 5 Outing Club Cl, 2, 31 5 Le Cercle Frang-ais C31 5 WV. A. A. N
Cl, 2, 315 Dean's List C1, 21.
eos l.iNsl.EY CLAIRE Roan Fleming
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EDDIE FLAGG MADGE HENDEE
Eleanor Hall Fletcher
Vlfoodstoek, Vt. Elcnzentary Education: Pi Beta Phi, Faculty-Student
Council C335 Dramatic Club CZJ, President International Relations Club C2jg
Outing Club Cl, 2, 39, Secretary C2, 35g ARIEL C3jg Cynic C253 VV. A. A., Skiing
Captain C2jg Y. VV. C. A. C2p, Social Chairman C3jg House President C335 Stall
Jean Elizabeth Foster
Gr0ton,Vt. Elementary Education: Home Economics Club CU,
W. A. A. Cz, sy 3 Basketball 423 5 Y. W. C. A. 42, ay.
Ruth Elizabeth Frisbie
Westport, N. Y. Cv-mmercial Teaching : John Dewey Club C333 Press
Foster Club C3jg Outing Club C2j g W. A. A. C2, 3j g Y. W. C. A. C3j 5 Dean's List Cl, 25.
Frances Cushman Fuller
DeLand, Fla. Secretarial: Pi Beta Pllig Golf Cl, 215 VV. A. A. Cl, Qj.
YVhite River Junction, Vt. Elementary Education: Outing Club C2jg Newman
Club C1, 2, 35g Basketball Cl, 253 Baseball CU, Hockey Cljg YV. A. A. C1, 2, 315
Y. VV. C. A. Cl, 21.
Joyce Lizbeth Gardner
Cabot, Vt. Music Education: VV. A. A.g University Orchestra C2jg
University Choir C2, 3jg lVomen's Glee Club C2, 353 Y. VV. C. A. Cljg Dean's
List Cl, Zj.
Fuuer Gallo Gardner
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HOLLY FLETCHER BILL HUNTER
Eugene Gasperini, Jr.
Great Neck, L. I., N. Y. Commerce and Economics: Phi Delta Theta, Key and
Serpent, Treasurer, Gold Key, Treasurerg Sophomore Hop Committee, ARIEL,
Editor, Cynic, Business Boarclg Interfraternity Atlileticsg Intramural Boxing C153
Corporal C253 Publications Board C353 Interfraternity Council C2, 35.
Stuart Kerr Gilbert
Dorset, Vt. Social Science: Delta Psig Outing Club C2, 35, Council
C353 Manager-elect Freslnnan Football, lnterfraternity Athletics C2, 355 Assistant
Manager Football C359 Fraternity Drill Squad.
Hartford, Conn. Social Science. v
Robert Wallace Gorton
New Haven, Conn. Commerce and Economics: Sigma Phig International
Relations Club C15, Treasurer C25, Vice-President C355 Kake 'Walk Committee C353
Football C155 Interfraternity Athletics Cl, 2, 35, Assistant Director Kake WValk
Donald Andrew Grady
Burlington, Vt. .'lgricuHurv.
Dominick James Graziano
Flushing, L. I., N. Y. Pre-merlical: Sigma Nu, Newman Club C2, 355 Cor-
poral C25 g Football Cl, 2, Assistant Manager, Varsity Managerg Intramural
VVrestling C25 g Mcn's Glee Club Cl, 2, 35 g Operetta C25.
B ETTY M EY E RS
' ' William Mead Griffin
Hackensack, N. J. Pre-medical: Phi Delta Theta, Outing Club Cl, 22,
Interfraternity Athletics Track CU, Rifle Team C1, 2, Dean's List
Mildred Florence Gul-tormsen
East Vllalpole, Mass. Social Science: Kappa Alpha Theta, Student Union
Judiciary C3j , Outing Club CU , Honorary Field Hockey Team C1, 2, 3j, Honorary
Badminton CU, W. A. A. Cl, 2, 32, Head of Green Team CZQ, Hockey Manager CEU,
Y. W. c. A. CID.
Charlotte Finley Hall
Ridgewood, N. J. Social Science: Kappa Alpha Theta, Pan-Hellenic
Council C3j, Health Council C3j, Joint Council C3j, John Dewey Club C3j, Dra-
matic Club C3j, Outing Club CQQ, Le Cercle Francais CQQ, Basketball C2, 3j,
Tennis C2, 35, Badminton Club C2, 3D , VV. A. A., CaptaindGold Team C3j, Ping-pong
Manager C2, , Y. VV. C. A. C2, 3j, Stall and Sandal Dean's List
Vllaterbury, Vt. Social Science
Rebecca Jean Harshbarger
Detroit, Mich. Secondary Education.: Pi Beta Phi, Health Council C3j ,
Press Club C3j , Outing Club C31 , Dance Club C2, 32, Manager C3j , VV. A. A. C2, 31,
Y. VV. C. A. C3j, Beauty Contest Vllayne University Clj.
George Tyler Hart
Rutland, Vt. Agriculture: Independents, Basketball Cl, QD, Fresh-
inan, varsity, Baseball Cl, 25, Freshnian, Varsity.
Harshbarger EV BAN.:-:Y Hart
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Hawkins A. M. Heath
Elliott Franklin Hawkins
lvilliston, Vt. Mechanical Engineering: Alpha Tau Olnegag Freshman
Drilldown VVinner5 Advanced Militaryg Basketball QI, 2, 315 Interfraternity Ath-
letics Q2, 325 A. S. M. E.
Alice Mary Heath
Barton, Vt. Elementary Education: Health Council Q33 5 Interna-
tional Relations Club Clj 5 Basketball fl, 2D 5 Badminton Club flj 5 YV. A. A. Cl, 2, 3j 5
Y. W. C. A.5 Dean's List fl, 2j.
Fred Stanley Heath
Barton, Vt. M echzmical E11,gineeri1z.g: Interfraternity Athletics 5
Baseball Q1 j 5 A. S. Lil. E.
F. S. Heath
Madge Ellen Hendee .
Burlington, Vt. Secretarial: Pi Beta Phig Anim. Board, Faculty Editorg
Faculty-Student Council Q3j.
Kenneth Edward Hoffman
Lyndonville, Vt. Social Science: Sigma Nllj John Dewey Club Q2, 315
International Relations Club f3j5 Corporal f2j5 Bailey Cup Debate fljg Kingsley
Prize Speaking CD5 Debating Team f1j5Dean's List fl, 255 V. C. A.
Mary Jane Howe
Tunbridge, Vt. Elementary Education: Alpha Chi Omegag Press Club
fl, 2, 3j, Secretary and Treasurer Q3j5 Outing Club QZQ5 Win1z.o-wivzgs From the
Mill, Business Manager f3j5 Basketball fl, 2, 3j5 Hockey Q2, 3j5 Badminton Clubg
VV. A. A. Cl, 2, 3j, Gold Captain f2j, Vice-President C335 Y. W. C. A.5 Staff and
Sandalg Dean's List fl, 295 Fire Captain f2j5 House Fellow
Howe MARCELYN CLARK Hoffman
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Q MIM GUTTORMSEN RED ROBINSON
Alice Belle Hudson
R. O. T. C. Band fl, Zjg A. I. E. E.g Independents.
William Edward Hunter
Hun U: 21 35-
Bernice Carlene Hurlburt
Club f1,2, 335 W. A. A. 42, ay, Y. W. C. A. gay.
Margaret Ethelda Iby
Burlington, Vt. Elevnevzttary Educaiion.
Janet Lydia Ingerson
Team f2jg VV. A. A.
H urlburt Iby Ingerson
Burlington, Vt. I Elementary Education: Y. VV. C. A. Cl, 2, 313 Dean's
Merriman Dunton Hull
Franklin, Vt. Electrical Engineering: Baseball, Freshman, Varsity,
Randolph, Vt. Social Science: Kappa Sigmag Cynic, Business Staff
f2j, Assistant Business Manager Q3jg Track Cl, 2, 33, Intex-fraternity Athletics
Monkton, Vt. Home Economics: Outing Club C2jg Home Economics
Lebanon, N. H. Secretarial: Pi Beta Phi, Health Council C213 Golf
Irwin Isnckson Janoff
Edward Suter Irwin '
Burlington, Vt. Gevzeral Science: Sigma Nu, John Dewey Club Q2, 31g
Outing Clubg Basketball, Assistant Manager, Cross-country, Manager, Interfrater-
nity Athleticsg R. O. T. C. Band, Dean's List
Gunhild Evelyn lsackson
Barre, Vt. Classical: Le Cercle Francais Q31g Classical Club Q1,
2, 315 VV. A. A., Dean's List Q1, 21.
Lawrence Albert Janoff
New York, N. Y. Pre--medical: John Dewey Club Q2, International
Relations Club Q21g Outing Club Q11g Chemistry Club Q31g Track QI, 215 Cross-
country QI, 213 Intramural Athletics Q11, Men's Glee Club Ql, 213 Opera
Lillian Adela Jay
YVardsboro, Vt. Elementary Education: Delta Delta Delta, Basketball
Ql, 215 VV. A. A. Q1, 2, 31, Council-at-Large Q31, Campus Manager Baseball Q315
Y. W. C. A.
Paul Calvin Jenks
Burlington, Vt. Pre-1ne1Iical.' Delta Psi, Gold Key Q21g John Dewey
Club Q31g Outing Club Q21g Track Q21g Cross-country Q1, 215 Interfraternity Ath-
letics QI, 21 g Chapel Orchestra Q1, 2, 31, University Orchestra Q1, 2, 315 University
Choir Q1, 2, 31 g R. O. T. C. Band Q1, 215 Men's Glee Club Q1, 2, 31, Assistant Manager
Q31, Double Quartet Q1, 2, 31, Dean's List QI, 21.
David Emanuel Johnson, Jr.
Burlington, Vt. Civil Engineering : Lambda Iota, Outing Club Q1, 2, 31 3
Chemistry Club Q1, 215 Clynic Reporter Q11 g Intramural Boxing Q1, 21 g A. S. C. E.
BOB PETERSEN JEAN BREHMER D. E. Johnson
C4 59 2
ROGER THOMAS JANET INGERSON
E. J. Johnson
Elsie Jane Johnson
Essex Junction, Vt. Commercial Teaching: Basketball Q31g VV. A. A.,
Y. W. C. A. -
Forrest Arthur Johnson
Thetford, Vt. Mechanical Engivzeeri-ng: Independents, Vice-President
Q1, 21, Secretary Q21g Corporal Q21g A. S. M. E., Dean's List Q1, 21.
Robert Hall Johnson
Fair Haven, Vt. Secondary Education: Independents, Interfraternity
Athleticsg R. O. T. C. Band QI, 213 Men's Glee Club Ql, 215 Opera Q11g Campus
Catamount Orchestra V
Gertrude Isobel Johnston
Barre, Vt. General Science: Tau Kappa Alpha Q2, 31g Home Eco-
nomics Club Q11 3 Outing Club Q31 g Chemistry Club Q31 g Butler Debating Prize Q21 3
Cynic Q11g Y. W. C. A., Debating Team Q1, 2, 315 Dean's List
F. A. Johnson
William Herbert Johnston
New Glasgow, N. S. Pre-medical: Alpha Tau Omega, Interfraternity Ath-
Robert Ellis Johnstone
Burlington, Vt. Pre-med-ical: Alpha Tau Omegag Key and Serpent,
Vice-President Q31g Gold Key Q215 Kake YValk Committee Q2, 31, Sophomore Hop
Committee Q21g Selection Committee Beauty Contest Class President Q21g
Football Q1, 31, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Q31g Track Q1, 2, 31, Varsity
Q2, 315 Interfraternity Athletics QI, 2, 31, University Choir Q1, 2, 313 Men's Glee
Club Q1, 2, 315 Double Quartet Ql1g Opera Q11g Corporal Q21g Honor Scholarship,
R. H. Johnson
G, 1, Johnston W. H. Johnston Johnstone
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DAVE STOWELL CHARLIE UTTER
Elizabeth Margaret Jorgensen
VVhite River Junction, Vt. Classical: John Dewey Clubg Newman Club fl, 2, 3jg
Classical Club U, 2, 35, Basketball Q2Dg Y. VV. C. A.g Dean's List fl, 21.
Jerome David Katz
West Hartford, Conn. Business: Tau Epsilon Phig Corporal CAD, Sergeant
f2j g Color Bearer Q2jg Kake VValk Committee f3jg Inferfra.ternit.y Handbook, Busi-
ness Bfanager Qiljg Faculty-Student Council CZDQ Football Qljg Baseball CU, Track
C133 Interfraternity Athletics fl, 2, 3jg Intramural Athletics fl, 2, 355 Committee
Chairman Freshman Frolic Qljg Selection Committee Beauty Contest f2jg Group
Plays Q2jg Interfraternity Council f3jg Co-Chairman Interfraternity Dance f3j3
Interfraternity 'Week-end Committee
Helen Louise Keedy KW
Amherst, Mass. General Science: Alpha Xi Delta, Pan-Hellenic Coun-
cilg W. A. A., Dean's List.
Hester Kehoe p F
Rutherford, N. J. Secretarial: Pi Beta Phig Student Union, Secretary M
QQQ, Vice-President C355 ARIEL, VVomen's Editor Q3jg Class Vice-President f2jg
Golf Team, Staff and Sandal C3Qg Dean's List
Harry Mack Ketchum B
Newfane, Vt. figriculture: Aggie Clubg Future Farmers of Americag
Basketball Q21 3 Baseball QU, Track QQQQ Cross-country f2, 353 Independents.
Leighton Clair Kimball
Lowell, Mass. Pre-meflical: Kappa Sigma, Corporal, Football fl, 2j,
Captain Q3jg Baseball Cl, 2, 3jg Intcrfraternity Athletics Q2, 33, V I
Kimbflll Ketchum Kehoe
K fi I bb
Doris Cinda Kinsley
Dramatic Club C2, 35 g Classical Club KZ, 35, Program Committee C25, Secretary C35 g
minton Club Q25, Coaching 3 W. A. A. fl, 2, 353 Varsity Hockey C25 g Y. W. C. A.
C2, 355 Staff and Sandal Q35g Dean's List fl, 25.
William Proctor Koch
Burlington, Vt. Commerce and Economics.
John Leo Kotuby
Rutland, Vt. Mechanical Engineering: Lambda lotag Military Honors
Kotuby C153 Interfraternity Athletics QI, 2, 35, R. O. T. C. Band Cl, 253 A. S. M. E.
Wendell Eldon Ladd
VVorcester, Vt. General Science: Sigma Phi.
Hilda Moe LoDeou
Fairlee, Vt. Elementary Education: Baseball, Manager Q25 3 W. A. A.
Florence Ruth LaFayette
Plainfield, Vt. Commercial Teaching-Secretarial: John Dewey Club
CZ, 35 5 Press Club g W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Dean's List fl, 25.
LnDenu DICK TRACY LaFayette
K G2 D5
Montpelier, Vt. Literary-Scientific: John Dewey Club Press Club,
First Prize in Freshman-Sophomore 'W0men's Prize Reading Contest, ARIELQ Bad-
Cedric Arthur Lafley
Enosburg Falls, Vt. flgriculiure: Aggie Club fl, 2, 3jg Newman Club fl,
2, 315 Future Farmers of America, Executive Committee Q-315 Advanced Militaryg
Baseball, Basketball, Cross-country, Dean's List.
Herman Alexander Lebow
Burlington, Vt. Pre-medical: Theta Sigma Zeta.
Edna Carolyn Liese
Chelsea, Vt. Elementary Education: Y. VV. C. A.
Robert Bartlett Linsley
Gardiner,Me. General Science: Delta Psi, International Relations '
Club Q3jg Outing Club Council 12, 3jg Cynic Q1, 2j g Ski Team Manager C2,
Kathleen Elizabeth Lowell
New Haven, Vt. Elemevztary Education.: Honorary Archery Team f2jg
Co-Manager of Archery
Allan Dale MacDonald
Hardwick, Vt. Social Science: Alpha Tau Omegag International Rela-
tions Club Qljg Interfraternity Athletics QI, 2, 3jg Intramural Athletics f2, 3j,
44 63 PD
MHCDOIHIIG wAl.T AuGus'rENovicH Lowell
CHARLOTTE HALL ED IRWIN
A Charles Henry McClelland
Johnson, Vt. Social Science: Sigma Nu, International Relations Club
Clj g Outing Club C2jg Track C2jg Cross-country CU 5 Rifle Team C2jg Interfrater-
nity Athletics Cl, 2, 315 Men's Glee Club QI, 25.
Mary Phyllis McGovern
Cambridge, Vt. Ho-me Economics: Kappa Alpha Theta, Student Union,
Vice-President C3jg Press Club fl, 2Qg Outing Club fl, 2jg Newman Club Cl, 2j,
Secretary f3jg Home Economics Club fl, 2, 3jg Selection Committee Beauty Con-
test C3Qg House Committee Q2, Sjg Staff and Sandal Q3jg Dean's List.
Frances Ruth Mack
Graniteville, Vt. Elementary Education: Photography Club
p Helen Ruth Maeck
Shelburne, Vt. llIu.sic Education: Kappa Alpha Theta, Outing Club
Clbg University Choir Q2, 3j, Assistant Organistg VVomen's Glee Club QU, Accom-
panistg Y. W. C. A.
Elizabeth Weyburn Marlow
Ridgewood, N. J. Social Science: Alpha Chi Omega, Student Union Q3jg
Pan-Hellenic Council GU, Le Cercle Francais QQQ, Secretary Outing Club Q2jg
Badminton Club C253 VV. A. A. f2j, Captain Green Team f3jg Y. VV. C. A., Staff
and Sandal, Chairman
Edna Mae Marsett
Shelburne, Vt. Ele1n.entary Education : Y. VV. C. A.
hl118ClC Mal'l0W Mfirgett
cc 6-14 bb
Mm-rin Meiklem Mele
George Henry Martin
Townshend, Vt. Agriculture: Gold Keyg Kappa Phi Kappag Future
Farmers of Americag Corporal Cl, 215 Senatorial Scholarship C1, 2, 31g Interfrater-
nity Athletics Clj g Cross-country Clj g Baseball C1, 21.
John Allan Meiklem
Hartford, Conn. Commerce and Economics: Sigma Phig International
Relations Club Cl, 2jg Outing Club C1, 213 University Players C253 Sophomore
Drilldown VVinnerg Freshman Drill Squad Honors.
Mary Pasona Mele
Malletts Bay, Vt. Elem.enfary Education: Badminton Club C355 Basket- I
ball C3j 5 VV. A. A.g Y. VV. C. A. Mercier
Adrien William Mercier
Leominster, Mfass. Pre-medical: Sigma Alpha Epsilong Outing Club Cl,
2, 3jg Newman Club Cl, 2, 353 Interfraternity Athletics Cl, 2, Sjg Intramural
YVrest1ing C1, 2b.
Henry Van Middleworth
Rockville Ctr., L. I., N. Y. Conimerce and Economics: Phi Delta Thetag Basket-
ball C1, 2, 3j.
Rose Agatha Miele
Ludlow, Vt. Elemevztarly Education: Le Cercle Franqais C333 New- C
man Club Cl, 2jgDea11's List Cl, 2j. N
GORDY SMITH MARTY BOUCHER Miele
cc G5 P5
MADDIE CROSBY ED FITZGERALD
Manuel Albert Miller
Fitchburg, Mass. Pre-mrfdical: Tau Epsilon Phig Interfraternity Atll-
leticsg Track, Badminton Club.
Mary Elizabeth Millington
Plattsburg, N. Y. Commercial Edzwation-Secretarial: Dramatic Club C2,
315 Women's Public Speaking Club C115 House Committee C31g Basketball C11g
VV. A. A. Cl, 2, 313 Honorary Girls' Varsity Swimming Team C1, 215 University
Choir C1, 2, 313 Vlfomenis Glee Club Cl, 313 Opera C113 VVomen's Double Quartet
C113 Y. VV. C. A., Orcliesis Dance Group C2, 31g Numerals.
Esther Beatrice Moore
Fair Haven, Vt. Elementary Erlucation: YV. A. A., Y. VV. C. A., Dean's
Mmmgton List C1, 213 House President C31.
Jean Margaret Morse
Essex, Vt. Home Economics: Home Economics Clubg Badminton
Club, VV. A. A.g Y. VV. C, A.g Dean's List Cl, 2,
Burlington, Vt. Social Science: International Relations Club C213 Cor-
poral, Cynic Reporter C113 Tennis Scrub Manager, Debating Team Cl, 2, 315
Dean's List C1, 21.
Lois Clarissa Murray
Hinesburg, Vt. Elementary Education: Press Club C31g Outing Club
C1, 21, TVin.nowings From. the Zllillg Basketball Cl, 2, 31g Hockey Cl, 315 W. A. A.,
Council-at-Large C215 Y. VV. C. A.
M01-ge Moskovitz Murray
44 GG 77
JOE WYSOLMERSKI JERRY KATZ
Elizabeth Louise Myers
Burlington, Vt. Social Science: Alpha Chi Omega, John Dewey Club
C2, 35, Dramatic Club C1, 2, 359 Outing Club C2, 355 Cynic Cl, 2, 355 Blucstockings
Cl, 2, 353 Faculty-Student Council C353 VV. A. A.g Y. IV. C. A., Staff and Sandal
C355 Dean's List Cl, 2, 35.
Kathleen Mary Naramore
Lowell, Vt. Elementary Education: Sigma Garnmag Pan-Hellenic
Council C35g International Relations Club Cl, 255 Outing Club C2, 355 Photography
Club C355 Bluestoc-kings Cl, 2, 35g VV. A. A.g Y. YV. C. A.
Howard Fremont Nelson
Ryegate, Vt. Agriculture: Alpha Zetag Aggie Club Cl, 2, 353 Hood
Scholarship C2, 355 Dean's List Cl, 25.
Mary Cobb Nelson
VVoodstock, Vt. Social Science: John Dewey Club C2, 353 Press Club
C2, 35 3 Dramatic Club C1, 2, 35, Class Play Cl, 25 3 International Relations Club C15 5
ARIEL C253 Cynic Cl, 2, 35, Reporter Cl, 25, News Editor C2, 355 Winnowings From
the Mill, Subscription Manager C25g Hafrdbook, VVomen's Business Manager
Badminton Club C2, 35 g VV. A. A.g Y. VV. C. A., Cabinet C35 g Debating Team C2, 35,
Freshman Debating, Staff and Sandal, Dean's List Cl, 25.
Maurice Leonard Newton
Burlington, Vt. Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Nug Group Plays C153
Corporalg A. S. M. E.
George Sears Noonan
Vergennes, Vt. Commerce cmd Economics: Delta Psig International
Relations Club C255 Corporal, ARIEL, Men's Editor, Interfraternity Athletics C1, 259
Baseball C255 Track Cl, 355 Cross-country Interfraternity Council C2, 353 A
Men's Glee Club Nelson
Noonan Newton Nelson
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Cedric Louis Nussbaum
New York, N. Y. Commerce and Economics: Phi Sigma Delta, Inter-
national Relations Club, Outing Council QI, 2, 31, Treasurer f21, Transporta-
tion Chairman Q31, Treasurer U. V. M. Invitation Intercollegiate Ski Meet Q21,
Program Chairman C31, Delegate to Intercollegiate Outing Club Association Con-
ference f21g Sergeant C21, Cyuic Reporter U15 Intramural Athletics, Right Guide
Freshman Drill Squad C115 U. S. Army Rifle Qualification Marksman
Montreal, Que. Home Economics: Delta Delta Delta, Outing Club
Q2, 31, Home Economics Club Cl, 2, 31, Y. VV. C. A.
Harold Gordon Page
Groton, Vt. Agriculture Education: Alpha Zeta, Chroniclerg Aggie
Club Cl, 2, 31, Future Farmers of America, R. O. T. C. Band fl, 21, Dean's List
Page Cl, 21.
Elvira Frances Palermo '
VVaterbury, Vt. Literary-Scientific: Delta Delta Delta, John Dewey
Club, Press Club Q31 , Le Cercle Francais , Classical Club QQ, 31 g Cyfnic, Reporter
C21, News Editor Q31,VV.A. A., Y. VV. C. A.
Lucien Demers Poquette
Craftsbury, Vt. Jlgricultiwe: Independents, Alpha Zeta C21, Secretary
Q31, Kappa Phi Kappa, Aggie Club fl, 21, Secretary C31, Outing Club Hood
Scholarship ffl, 31, Sons of American Revolution Medal, Corporal, Sergeant, Honor
Scholarship, Ski Team, Intramural VVinter Sports, Future Farmers of America,
Alpha Zeta Proficiency Award.
Peter Ernest Patch
l Windsor, Vt. Pre-fnerlical: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, International Rela-
tions Club Q31, Outing Club Q31, Interfraternity Athletics Cl, 2, 31, Ski Team
fl, 2, 31, Interfraternity Council President Q31.
pnqucgtc MARY coRvEl.l. Patch
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Elliot David Pearl
Swanton, Vt. Commerce and Economics: Phi Sigma Deltag Inter-
fraternity Athleticsg Intramural Athleticsg Football fljg Track QI, 2jg Dean's List
f2Q 3 Interfraternity Council.
Alexander Raymond Pesarik
Vlfindsor, Vt. Zlflechanical Engineering: Outing Club Q3jg Basketball
5155 Baseball Q25 5 A. S. M. E.
Robert Alarik Morton Peterson
Plainfield, N. J. Business: Sigma Nu.
George Pitman Peterson
Shaftsbury, Vt. Agriculture: Alpha Tau Omegag Aggie Club Cl, 2, 31,
Hood Scholarship Q2, 3jg Interfraternity Athletics C2, 35, Dean's List fl, 2, 3j.
Howard Leon Plant
Hartford, Conn. Chemistry: Sigma Nug Chemistry Club C353 Newman
Club QI, 2, 32g Photography Club Intramural Wrestling Cl, 2, 3jg Student
Affiliate, American Chemistry Society.
Alta Amanda Plumb
Springfield, Vt. Secretarial: Alpha Chi Omegag Health Council f2jg
John Dewey Club Q2, 3Qg Tennis fl, Zjg Badminton Club fl, 2, 3jg Bowling Team
f2jg Modern Dance Club C2, 3Dg VV. A. A. fl, 2, 3j, Council f2jg University
Choir fl, 2, 3jg VVomen's Glec Club Cl, 3jg Operetta Q2jg lVomcn's Glee Club
Sextet ffijg Dean,s List fl,
Plumb WESTIE WESTOVER Plant
C4 69 57
ED BALDWIN PETE PATCH
Edward Israel Poriss
Helen Louise Reed
Hartford, Conn. Pre-medical.
Madeline Flora Puller
Townshend, Vt. Home Economics: Health Council f2jg Outing Club
125, Home Economics Club Cl, 2, 31g Basketball Q2jg Y. VV. C. A. fl, 2j.
Fair Haven, Vt. Home Economics: Sigma Gamma, Home Economics
Club fl, 2, 5 W. A. A., Y. YV. C. A.g Dean's List
Lawrence Martin Rice
Mendon, Vt. Agriculture: Delta Psig Alpha Zeta Q2, 3jg Aggie
Club QI, 2, 315 Outing Club QQ, 3jg Interfraternity Drill Squad Cl, 2 3 Corporal
QZQQ Interfraternity Athletics fl, 2, 35.
Ramon David Rich
Burlington, Vt. Chemisfry: Chemistry Club.
Margaret Ethel Riddell
lVi1liamstown, Vt. Elementary Education: VV. A. A., Dean's,List fl, 21.
Rive Rich Riddell
Riggs Ripper Roberts
Heath Kenyon Riggs
Richmond, Vt. General Science: Indepcndentsg Baseball Q2jg Dean's
List Q1, 2j.
Hugh John Ripper
Burlington, Vt. Agriculture: Freshman Football, Intramural Boxing
Q1, Qjg Aggie Club Q1, 2,
Elbert James Roberts
Jacksonville, Vt. Dlecha-nical Engineering: Gold Key, Baseball Qljg
R. O. T. C. Band Qijg A. S. M. E.g Independents, President Q3jg Dean's List QU.
Richard Walker Robinson
VVilkinsburg, Pa. Civil Engiueew-in.g: Sigma Nu, Key and Serpent Q3jg Robinson
Gold Key, President Q2jg Outing Club Q2, 3jg Kake 'Walk Q1, 2j, Vlfinner Q2jg
Class President Football Q1, 2, 355 Baseball, Assistant Managerg Interfrater-
nity Athletics Ql, 2, 3jg Intramural Athleticsg Interfraternity Council Q2, 315
A. S. C. E. Q2, 35, Secretary-Treasurer
Claire Vivian Rock
East Barre, Vt. Home Eco-niomics: Press Club Q1, 25, Dramatic Club
Q1, 2, 35, Property Manager QZZQQ Outing Club Q1, 255 Home Economics Club Q1,
2, 35g Cynic Q1, 2, Reporter Q2j, News Editor QI-ij, Badminton Club Q2jg
VV. A. A. QI, 2, EU, Class Representative Q2j, Council-at-Lau-ge Y. YV. C. A.g
Beauty Contest Q1, 2, 5 Co-cd Major Candidate QED, Kake VValk Queen.
John Clinton Rogers
Enosburg Falls, Vt. Agriculture: Alpha Zeta Future Farmers of
Americag Aggie Club Q2, 31, Treasurer Q3jg Track Q1, Zjg Cross-country Q1, 2, 3jg
Dean's List Q1, 2j.
JACK MEIKLEM ART HARrros Rogers
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BETTY TERRILL. LOUIS ZAMBON
Mary Frances Ruder
Schenectady, N. Y. Home Economics.
Carl Howard Schofield
St. Albans, Vt. Social Science: Kappa Sigxnag Key and Serpent C315
Gold Key C215 International Relations Club C213 Kake 'Walk Committee C31g Alum.,
Sports Editor Q31g Cynic, News Editor C2, 31, Editor-in-Chief C313 Baseball,
Assistant Manager C31g Track U15 Cross-country Cl, 213 Interfraternity Athletics 1
C2, 313 Dean's List f11g Interfraternity Council f2, 31.
Ruth Hall Seaver
YVoodstock, Vt. Elementary Education: Delta Delta Deltag Press Club 3
f21g Outing Club Cl, 315 XV. A. A.g Y. W. C. A. '
Springfield, Vt. Literary-Scientific: Press Club fl, 21 g International
Relations Club f2, 313 Badminton Club CI, 219 W. A. A.5 University Orchestra
U, 213 VVomen's Glee Club fl, 213 Y. VV. C. A.g Dean's List fl, 213 Opera Q21.
Charles Harold Sheldon
Fair Haven, Vt. figriculture: Kappa Phi Kappag Aggie Club fl, 2, 313
Rifle Team Q2, 31.
Lawrence Albert Simpson
St. Albans, Vt. K'ommerce and Economics: Kappa Signing Cynic, Busi-
ness Stall' Q21, Assistant Business Manager Q31, Business Manager C315 ARIEL,
Business Staff C21, Advertising Manager C31, Biography Editor Q31, Chairman
Beauty Contest Committee Freshman Tennis f11g Varsity Tennis f21g Inter-
fraternity Athletics QI, 2, 3 Class Basketball fl, 2, 31 5 Advanced Militaryg Faculty-
Seaver Student Council Q21g University Choir C21g Glee Club QI, 21 3 Opera
Slmlucha Sheldon SUUDSUU
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BETTY MILLINGTON LEE WHITCOMB
Marion Alice Skinner
Orleans, Vt. Home Economics: Health Council C355 Home Eco-
nomics Club fl, 2, 355 Outing Club f255 Basketball C253 W. A. A.g Y. 'W. C. A.
Eunice Hersey Slayton
Hardwick, Vt. Home Economics: Press Club C35g Outing Club f35g
Home Economics Club fl, 2, 355 VV. A.-A., Y. VV. C. A.
Barbara Claire Smith
Bridgeport, Conn. Social Science: Alpha Chi Omegag John Dewey Club
C355 Dramatic Club f2, 355 Outing Club fl, 2, 35, Le Cercle Franeais Cl, 25,
President Q35g University Players CZ5, Co-Property Manager C355 Anim. fl, 25,
Biography Editor f35g Cynic Reporter Q1, 255 Tennis C153 Golf Q25g Badminton Slayton
Club Q35g VV. A. A. Cl, 25, Council Fire Captain Selection Committee
Beauty Contest C355 Y. W. C. A., Dean's List QI, 25.
Gordon Lord Smith
South Ryegate, Vt. Iilechanical Engineering: Sigma Nug Interfraternity
Athletics, Track 12, 355 Cross-country f2, 35g Dean's List, A. S. M. E.
Robert Benjamin Smith
Essex Junction, Vt. Electrical Engineering.
Georgianna Lewitus Steinman
Brooklyn, N. Y. Social Science: New York University C155 Dean's List
Q25 3 John Dewey Club C35 3 International Relations Club C2, 35 3 Cyfnic, Reporter C25, I
News Editor f35g Debating Team B. L. Smith
Steimllflll R. B. Smith G. L. Smith
MARION came f f W
Clark William Stevens
North Stratford, N. H. Pre-medical: Tennis, Assistant Manager Univer-
sity Choir Q1, 2, 353 R. O. T. C. Band Q1, 25g Men's Glee Club Q1, 25g V. C. A.
Paul McLachin Stoddard
Peacham, Vt. Pre-medical: Trackg Cross-countryg Intramural Wres-
tling Q2, 35.
Richard Morgan Story, Jr.
Yonkers, N. Y. Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Phig Advanced Mili-
tary Q35 g ARIEL, Photographic Editor Q35 3 Cynic, Advertising Manager Q35 5 Faculty-
Student Council Q35 3 Track Q15 5 Cross-country Q25 5 Interfraternity Athletics
N Q1, 2, 35gA. S. M. E.
David Ernest Stowell
Bellows Falls, Vt. .4griculture.' Sigma Nug Advanced Militaryg Track
Q1, 25, Co-Captain Q35 g Cross-country Q1, 25 5 Interfraternity Athletics.
Jean Genevieve Szyman
Claremont, N. H. Home Economics: Press Club QI, 25g Outing Club
Q2, 355 Newman Club Q1, 2, 35g Home Economics Club Q1, 2, 359 Badminton Club
Q35g W. A. A.g Y. W. C. A.
Elizabeth Esther Taylor
Burlington, Vt. Secretarial: Pi Beta Phig Pan-Hellenic Council Q35g
Health Council Q25g John Dewey Club Q2, 355 Outing Club Q1, 255 ARIEL Q1, 25,
Photographic Editor Q35g Badminton Club Q35g VV. A. A.g Y. W. C. A.g Dean's List
Q1, 255 Golf Team Q25, Manager
Szyman JIM ROBERTS Taylor
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LIGHTNING MCCLELLAN D
Bettina French Terrill A
Burlington, Vt. Elementary Education: Delta Delta Delta, Press Club
Q31, Outing Club C31, Home Economics Club C113 Honorary Riding Team C21.
John Ernest Thayer
Burlington, Vt. Pre-medical: Alpha Tau Omega, Key and Serpent, Sec-
retary, Gold Key, Secretary, Le Cercle Francais C31, Newman Club Cl, 2, 31,
University Players Cl, 2, 31, Co-Business Manager Co-Chairman Sophomore
Hop Committee, Appleton-Century Award C215 ARIEL, Feature Editor, Cynic,
Reporter, News Editor, Handbook, Editor-in-Chief Merfs Section f21, Chapel
Orchestra QQ, 31, University Orchestra Q2, 315 R. O. T. C. Band fl, 2, 31, Sergeant
f2, 31, Dean's List Cl, 21.
Eorle Roger Thomas
Vlfestport, N. Y. Commerce and Economics: Alpha Tau Omega, Inter- Thomas
national Relations Club, Newman Club fl, 2, 31, Advanced Military, Corporal,
Sophomore Hop Committee, Chairman of Decorations, Class Treasurer Q31, Inter-
fraternity Athletics fl, 2,
Helen Phyllis Towne
Milton, Vt. Home Economics: Sigma Gamma, Home Economics
Club, Dean's List Cl, 21.
Richard Lee Tracy
Shelburne, Vt. Commerce and Economics: Delta Psi, Outing Club
f2, 31, Kal-ze VValk Committee f31g Interfraternity Athletics fl, 21, Skiing Q31,
Dean's List fl, 21. 1
Shirley Roslyn Treat
Bridgeport, Conn. Literary-Scientific: Dramatic Club Cl, 2, 31, Outing
Club Cl, 31, Le Cercle Francais Cl, 2, 31g University Players fl, 2, 31, Cynic,
Reporter fl, 21, News Editor 631, Dean's List QI, 21. 1-,,w,,e
Trent KEN Host-'MAN Tracy
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Ruth Mary Tucker
Middlebury, Vt. General Science: VV. A. A.g Women's Glee Club
Charles Wilbar Utter
Westerly, R. I. Commerce and Economics: Sigma Phi, International
Relations Club Cl, 215 Outing Club C11, Council C21, Treasurer C315 Sophomore
Hop Committee, C0-Chairmang Football C113 lnterfraternity Athletics Cl, 2, 31g
Selection Committee Beauty Contest C313 Intramural Athletic Council, Secretary
C315 Interfraternity Council C31g Corporal C213 Advanced Military C31.
William Frederick Vassar
Bristol, Vt. Social Science: Freshman Baseball.
Florence lsabel Wade
East Dorset, Vt. Elementary Education: John Dewey Club, Outing
Club C11g VV. A. A.g Y. W. C. A., Social Service Chairman Cl, 31, Secretary C21,
Vice-President C315 Staff and Sandal Dean's List Cl, 215 House Committee
Geraldine Mary Waldo
Norwichtown, Conn. Social Science: Outing Club Cl, 21, VV. A. A., Basket-
ball C1, 21g Field Hockey C2, 313 Swimming Cl, 21.
Russell Smith Wallin
Amsterdam, N. Y. Secondary Education: Scrgeantg Dean's List.
Wade Waldo Wallin
CC 76 D9
Watts Weaver Wells
Elizabeth Lyon Watts
Jamaica, Vt. Elementary Education : Alpha Chi Omegag John Dewey .
Club QQ, 315 Press Club fl, 21g International Relations Club Q11g Cynic Reporter
QI, 315 Y. VV. C. A. QI, 2, 31, Social Service Committee 131g House Committee f31g
Honor Scholarshipg Dean's List QI, 21.
Grace Ailleen Weaver
Brattleboro, Vt. Social Science: Alpha Xi Deltag John Dewey Club
International Relations Club fl, 31g Cynic QZ, 315 Wifmoroings From the Mill fl,
2, 315 Bluestockings fl, 2, 31.
Merlin Jerome Wells Wesmu
lllarshfield, Vt. Agriculture: Aggie Club Honor Scholarship.
Carol Susan Westoll K
Chicopee, Mass. Ele'm.e11.ta1-y Education: Delta Delta Delta.
Harold Raymond Westover
Burlington, Vt. Civil Engineering: Sigma Nug Football fl, 215 Intra-
mural Boxing C11g A. S. C. E.
Powell Joseph Whalen
Burlington, Vt. Commerce and Economics: Sigma Nug Freshman Foot-
ball C11g Newman Club fl, 2, 313 Interfraternity Baseball QI, 2, 315 A. S. C. E.
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HANK BEAUCHEMIN JERRY WALDC lvllalefl
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MURRAY LEVIN KITTY ci.ARK
Lee Bretton Whitcomb
St. Albans, Vt. Commerce and Economics: Phi Delta Theta, Amar.,
Kake VValk Committeeg Tennis.
Robert Ellis lWhite '
East Ryegate, Vt. Agriculture: Sigma N115 Varsity Football 3jg Aggie
Clubg Dean's List.
Elizabeth Gertrude Whitney
Montpelier, Vt. Home Economics: Kappa Alpha Theta, Health Council
f2Qg Outing Club fl, 315 Home Economics Club fl, 2, 3j, Treasurer YV. A. A.
Cl, 2, 31, Co-Tennis Manager CED, Council-at-Large
John Sidney Whitworth
Warren, Vt. Agriculture.
Allan Rawsan Williams
Jericho, Vt. Chemistry: Delta Psig Chemistry Club fl, 3j, Secre-
tary-Treasurer C3jg Voluntary Drill Squad QU, S. A. R. Medal fljg Sergeant f2jg
Advanced Military f3jg Cross-country QQ, 3jg Rifle Team fl, 2, 3j, Manager C3jg
Dean's List fl, Qjg Interfraternity Athletics.
Phyllis Mary Williams
Charlotte, Vt. Social Science: Alpha Chi Omegag Press Club CU,
Social Secretary f2Qg Newman Club Q2jg Bluestockings f3jg VV. A. A.g Y. W. C. A.
A. R. Williams P. M. Williams
11. H. Xvilliams Wilson
Ruth Helen Williams
Jerivho, Vt. Classical: Delta Delta Delta, John Dewey Club -C2, 31 3
Le Ccrcle Francais g Classical Club Q2, 31, Treasurer C315 VV. A. A.g Y. W. C. A.3
Dean's List fl, 21.
Donald Edward Wilson, Jr.
Bristol, Vt. Pre-medical: Sigma Nug Newman Clubg lnterfraternity
Athleticsg Track, R. 0. T. C. Band.
Ethyle Renee Wolfe
Burlington, Vt. Classical: K. E. L. Societyg John Dewey Club
Classical Clubg Kirby Flower Smith Prize Q21 3 Dean's List Cl, 21.
Allan Yale Wolinsky Wolfe
VVest Rutland, Vt. Pre-medical: International Relations Club Cl, 2, 313
Interfraternity Athletics Q11g Intramural Athletics Cl, 315 Dean's List fl, 21.
Kathryn Emma Wortheim
Richmond, Vt. Home Economics: Delta Delta Deltag Outing Clubg
Home Economics Club, VV. A. A.
Joseph Michael Wysolmerski
VVest Rutland, Vt. Social Science: Alpha Tau Omega, International Rela-
tions Club fl, 21, Interfraternity Athletiesg Freshman Tennis U13 Assistant Man-
Louis Basilio Zambon
South Ryegate, Vt. Illeclzrmical Engineerivzg.
Zaxubon Wysolmerski Wortheim
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Norwalk, Conn. Busiiiess: Kappa Sigma, Basketball QQ, Sjg Captain
Ralph Leslie Cudlipp, Jr.
Fort Ethan Allen, Vt. Pre-medical.
George John Cummings
Johnstown, N. Y. Secondary Education..
lvliite River Junction, Vt. Pre-medical: Footballg Basketball, Intramural Athletics.
Burlington, Vt. Zllusic Supervisor: Fall Play Q2jg Opera Q2jg Group
Plays Q2j3 Director of Group Play Newman Club Cl, 2, 31, Secretary QZJ,
Treasurer f2j, Vice-President VV. A. A., University Orchestra f3jg VVomen's
Glee Club Cl, 2, 31, Business Manager C325 Co-ed Major Nominee U, 215 Dean's
Reid Hayward Leona rd
Derby, Vt. Agriculture.
Robert Stuart Pease
Burlington, Vt. Pre-medical: John Dewey Club, Newman Clubg Le
Cercle Francais, Badminton Winner Independents, Dean's List '
Walter Merle 'Smith, Jr.
Bloomfield, N. J. Mechanical Engiizeering: Kappa Sigma.
Robert Ellsworth Spaulding
Burlington, Vt. Literary-Scientijic.
Justus Baldwin Wheeler
Morrisville, Vt. Commerce and Economics.
Rudolph Orville Woodcock
Plainfield, Vt. Pre-medical.
QC 80 rr
Chairman, How.-mn A. ALLEN, Jn.
Financial Manager, WILLIALI E. HUNTER
Eugene Gasperini, Jr.
Martin Boucher, Jr. Elizabeth Taylor
Henry Middleworth Betty Coggins
Program and Favor Committee
Assistant Financial Committee
Thomas Burke McHugh
Betsey Alden Taylor
John Alexander Hunter, Jr
Ruth Sarah Wimett
gnfgtj CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE
Leonard Joseph Abbadessa
Burlington, Vt. Pre-medical
Nathan Merrill Abbott - '
Burlington, Vt. Mechanical Eng'i'n-eeriug
Delta Psi, Interfraternity Athletics QI, 21, Freshman Track,
Varsity Track QQ1, Junior Week Committee, Advanced Mili-
tary, Dean's List Ql, 21.
Elwyn Dickinson Abell
St. Albans, Vt. Electrical Engineering
Baseball Q31, R.. O. T. C. Band Q1, 2, 31, A. I. E. E. QQ, 3, 41,
Vice-Chairman Q31, Independents Q21, Dean's List QI, Q, 31.
Evelyn Abbie Allyn
Island Pond, Vt. Elementary Education
John Dewey Club QQ, 3, 41 , Press Club Q31, Le Cercle Francais
QI, 3, 41, Social Chairman Q31, Treasurer Q41, Education Club
Q11, Hockey Q21, W. A. A. QI, 2, 3, 41, Y. W. C. A. QI, 2,
3, 41, Dean's List QI, Q, 31.
Harriet Jean Anderson
East Craftsbury, Vt. Home Economics
House Committee Q21, House President Q31, House Fellow-
ship Q41 , Judiciary Q31 , Chief Justice Q41, Y. VV. C. A., Secre-
tary Q21, Vice-President Q31, Dramatic Club, Business Man-
ager Q31, Omicron Nu, President, Faculty-Student Council
Q41, Dean's List QI, 2, 31, Mortar Board Q41.
Gertrude Elizabeth Atkins
Burlington, Vt. Commercial Teaching
Alpha Xi Delta, Health Council Q21, John Dewey Club Q3, 41,
Secretary Q41, Press Club QI, Q, 31, Junior WVeek Committee,
Kake YValk Committee Q31, Basketball Ql, 21, Honorary Var-
sity, Cheerleader Q11, W. A. A. QI, 9, 3, 4-1, Y. W. C. A.,
Dean's List QI, Q,
Bradley Phillip Bacon
Springfield, Vt. 0'o'nnne'rce and Econo-mics
International Relations Club Q21 , Outing Club Q3, 4-1 , Newman
Club QI, 2, 3, 41 , Advanced Military, Corporal, Intramural
Athletics, Golf Q1, 2, 31, Cheerleader Q91, Men's Glee Club
Ruth Adele Baile
Burlington, Vt. Home Economics
Alpha Chi Omega, Home Economics Club, Outing Club,
Photography Club, VV. A. A., Y. W. C. A.
Dudley Barber Ball
'Washington, D. C. Social Science
John Dewey Club Q3, 41, International Relations Club QI, Q,
3, 41, University Players Q3, 4-1, Baseball Q21, V. C. A.
QQ, 3, 41, Debating Team Q31, Independents QQ, 3, 41,
Advanced Military, Dean's List QQ, 31.
Joyce Audrey Bates
Pittsford, Vt. Social Science
Sigma Gamma, Pan-Hellenic Council Q3, 41, Health Council
Q31, Outing Club Q11, W. A. A. QQ, 3, 41, Archery Club
QI, 31, Archery Team QI, 31, Y. W. C. A. QI, 41, House Com-
mittee QQ, 31.
Ruth Baxendale .
Burlington, Vt. General Science
Kappa Alpha Theta, Dramatic Club Q31, Cyn-ic Reporter Q11,
W. A. A.
Charlotte Annabel Beatty
Burlington, Vt. Home Economies
Delta Delta Delta, Home Economics Club QI, il, 3, 41, Presi-
dent Q41, Press Club QQ, 31, Y. W. C. A. QI, 2, 31, Dean's
List qi, 31.
Wendell Hayden Benway
East Berkshire, Vt. O-ivil Engioz-oerivig
Champlain Sabers, Treasurer, Phi Beta Kappa, Tennis, Fresh-
man Captain, Varsity Captain, A. S. C. E., President Q41,
Dean's List QI, 2, 31.
Leonard Joseph Bisaccia
New Hartford, Conn. Ge-neml Science
Newman Club Q1, Q, 31, Chapel Orchestra QI, 92, 31, University
Loren Otis Bishop
Shelburne, Vt. Secondary .Eli-1lfPflt'l0'7l.
Independents, Champlain Sabers Q41, Advanced Military
Oscar Benton Bissell
Saxtons River, Vt. Social Science
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Champlain Sabers Q41, International
Relations Club Q41, Student-Faculty Council Q4-1, V. C. A.
Q2, 3, 41, Debating Team QI, 21, Dean's List Q11.
Dorothy Helen Blaise
Burlington, Vt. Elementary Education
John Dewey Club Q41, Newman Club QI, 21, Education Club
Q11, Y. W. C. A. Q11.
Margaret Ann Bliss
West Rutland, Vt. Literary-Se'ientifie
Press Club Q1, 2, 3, 4-1, Dramatic Club Q1, 2, 3, 4-1, Outing
Club QI, 3, 41, Newman Club Q1, 2, 3, 41, University Players
QI, 22, 3, 41, Cynic, Reporter QI, 21, News Editor QQ, 31,
Women's Editor Q3, 4-1, W. A. A. QI, 2, 3, 41, Council-at-Large
QQ1, University Choir QI, 2, 3, 4-1, VVomen's Glee Club Q1, 2,
3, 41, Y. W. C. A. Q1, 2, 3, 41, Opera QI, 2, 31, House Com-
mittee QQ, 31, House President Q41.
Virginia Maxwell Bradway
Montpelier, Vt. fI017l6 Economics
Delta Delta Delta, Pan-Hellenic Council Q3, 41, Secretary
Q4-1, Press Club QQ, 31, Home Economics Club QI, 2, 3, 41,
NV. A. A. QQ, 3, 41, Y. W. C. A. Q3, 41.
Ellen Louise Brigham
Burlington, Vt. Home Economics
Lucy Mary Brigham
Morrisville, Vt. Literary-Scientific
John Dewey Club QE2, 3, 41, Press Club Q31, International
Relations Club Q31, Outing Club Q31, Le Cercle Francais
Q3, 41, Classical Club Q3, 4-1, W. A. A. QI, 2, 3, 41, Y. W. C. A.
Q1, Q, 3, 41, Dean's List Q1, 3, 41.
Ferne Louise Bristol
Press Club Q31, Le Cercle Francais Q31, Badminton Club Q41.
Lucille Clara Bristol
Kappa Alpha Theta, Dramatic Club Q21 , Outing Club QI, 2, 31 ,
Home Economics Club QI, 2, 31, W'. A. A.
Burke Graham Brown
Jericho, Vt. Business
Lambda Iota, International Relations Club Q1, 31 , Junior Week
Committee Q31 , Interfraternity Athletics Q1, 2, 31 , Cheerleader
QQ, 31, It. O. T. C. Band QI, 21, Corporal.
Edward Milton Brown
Burlington, Vt. Electrical E1lgf'lI.,06'PlHg
A. I. E. E.
Lois Batchelder Brown
Burhngton, Vt. Literary-Scientific
Pi Beta Phi, Pan-Hellenic Council Q3, 41, Dramatic Club QI, Q,
3, 41, University Players QQ, 3, 41, Annu. Q31, Photographic
Editor, Dean's List Ql, 2, 31.
Mary Agnes Burke
Winooski, Vt. Elementary Education
Education Club, Newman Club, Basketball Q1, 2, 3, 41, Man-
ager Q41, Cheerleader Q11, VV. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Debating
Team QI, 31.
Bertha Lydia Burkewitz
Irasburg, Vt. Secondary Edueatio-n
Alpha Chi Omega, Tau Kappa Alpha Q41, Health Council Q31 ,
Press Club Q1, Q, 3, 41, President Q4-1, Baseball, Varsity Q11,
VV. A. A. QI, 2, 3, 41, Council-at-Large Q21, Y. W. C. A. QI, 2,
3, 41, Treasurer Q41, Debating Team Q3, 41, Dean's List
QI, Q, sy.
Roberta Olga Butterfield
North Troy, Vt. Soclkzl Science
Alpha Xi Delta5 Phi Beta Kappa5 John Dewey Club 13, 415
Press Club 1115 Dramatic Club 11, Q, 3, 415 International Rela-
tions Club 11, Q, 3, 41, Corresponding Secretary 14-15 Cynic
11, EZ, 3, 41, News Editor, Picture Editorg Dean's List 11, 2, 31.
Burlington, Vt. Secretarial
Alpha Xi Deltag John Dewey Clubg Basketball5 VV. A. A.5
Y. VV. C. A.
Thomas James Campbell
Montpelier, Vt. Cla-9SiCUl
Kappa Sigma5 St. Michael's College5 St. Charles Collegeg Intra-
Francis Hugh Canary
Rutland, Vt, Mechanical Engineering
Sigma Alpha Epsilon5 Gold Key 1915 Newman Club 11, 2,
3, 415 Military Honors, Corporal 111, Sergeant 121, Sergeant
131, Captain 1415 Freshman Trackg A. S. M. E. 12, 3, 4-15
Dean's List 12, 31.
Harriet Almira Canedy
Jacksonville, Vt. Literary-Scientific
Delta Delta Delta5 Health Council 1315 Press Club 1415 Classi-
cal Club 12, 3, 4-15 Y. VV. C. A. 13, 4-1.
Eugene John Cerutti
Plainfield, Vt. Civil Engineering
A. S. C. E., Vice-President5 Dean's List.
John Alden Chase, Jr.
Newton, Mass. B11-8571038
Frank Merlin Chereskin
Longmeadow, Mass. Gv'Iw1'Ll-Z S0'iG11C0
Tau Epsilon Phi5 Gold Key 1315 Freshman Track5 Interfrater-
nity Athleticsg R. O. T. C. Band 11, 5215 University Players
1115 Cynic 1115 Intramural Athletics.
David Lambert Clark
Burlington, Vt, Electrical Engineering
Sigma Alpha Epsilon5 Outing Club 1315 Junior VVeek Com-
mittee 1315 Military Honors, Sergeant 121, Corporal 19215
Faculty-Student Council 1315 Track 11, 315 Chapel Orchestra
1115 University Choir 11, 9, 3, 415 Men's Glee Club 152, 315
Double Quartet 1215 A. I. E. E., Secretary-Treasurer 131,
Chairman 14-15 Dean's List 11, 9, 31.
Everett Paul Clifford
Barton, Vt. Secondary Education
Sigma Alpha Epsilon5 International Relations Club 1315
Baseball 1315 Track 11, 315 R. O. T. C. Band 11, 21.
Alice Cora Coapland
Albany, Vt. L-itera.ry-Scientific
Classical Club 11, Q, 3, 41, Secretary 131, President 141 5 Dean's
Jack Lewis Cohen
Burlington, Vt. Chemistry
Chemistry Clubg Dean's List.
Marion Harriet Coleman
South Londonderry, Vt. Sccon-clury Edu-cation
Phi Beta. Kappa 14-15 John Dewey Club 12, 3, 415 Press Club
1315 Le Cercle Francais 12, 315 Y. W. C. A. 12, 3, 415 Dea.n's
Fay Miles Converse
A. S. M. E.5 Dean's List.
Helen Doris Cook
Middlebury, Vt. Elementary Education
Walter Edward Crandall
Essex Junction, Vt. Ag1'ivuliw'e
Class Basketball 1115 Varsity Basketball Squad 12, 315 Varsity
Basketball Letterman 1315 Freshman Baseballg Intramural
Frederick Amadon Cross
Lancaster, N. H. Electrical En-gin-ee-ring
Sigma Alpha Epsilong A. 1. E. E.
Seymour Saul Cutler
Brooklyn, N. Y. Gen-eral Science
Phi Sigma Deltaq Jolm Dewey Club 12, 3, 415 Chemistry Club
14-15 Dean's List 11, 52, 31.
Arthur Robert Datnoii'
Burlington, Vt. Secondary Education
Tau Epsilon Phi5 University Players 11, Q, 3, 415 Fall Play
11, 315 Junior Vileek Play 1115 Group Plays, Director 13, 4-15
Cyn-ic Reporter 11, 21, News Editor 1315 Freshman Foothall5
Tennis, Assistant Manager 131, Manager 14-15 Interfraternity
Athletics 11, 9, 3, 4-15 VVrestling 1115 Advanced Militaryg Jun-
ior Week Committee
Stillman George Davis, Jr.
Nashua, N. H. Pre-medical
Sigma. Nu5 Football 1315 Interfraternity Athleticsg VVrestling5
Interfraternity Council 12, 3, 41, President 1315 Track Man-
ager 141, Assistant Manager 1315 Champlain Sabers5 Advanced
Militaryg Cross-country5 Rifle Team. V
Jeanne Newman Dennis
Morristown, N. J. Literary-Scientific
Health Council 14-15 Jolm Dewey Club 12, 3, 415 Dramatic
Club 1115 Outing Club 1215 Le Cercle Francais 11, 2, 3, 4-15
Classical Club 19, 3, 41, Social Chairman 14-15 Cynic, Reporter
1221, Feature Writer 131, News Editor 14-15 Win-nowings from
the Mill 14-15 Bluestockings 12, 3, 4-15 Rifie Team 111, Co-
Captain5 University Choir 1115 'vVomen's Glee Club 1115 Y. WV.
C. A. 11, 9, 3, 4-15 Dean's List 11, Q, 31.
Everett Coyt Dimick
NVest Hartford, Vt. Secondary Education
Champlain Sabers 13, 4-15 Military Honors, Sergeant 1:21,
Lieutenant 131, Captain 14-15 Kappa Phi Kappa 1415 Cross-
country 1115 Dean's List 11, 31.
Lena Lucy Domenichini
Readsboro, Vt. Elemcn-tary Eclucation
John Dewey Club 1315 Press Club 131 5 Newman Club 11, Q, 315
Y. W. C. A.5 VV. A. A.5 French Club.
Madelyn Cecilia Donlon
Richford, Vt. Secondary Education
Pi Gamma Mu 13, 4-15 Jolm Dewey Club 12, 3, 4-15 Press Club
13, 415 Newman Club 11, El, 3, 415 Dean's List 11, 2, 31.
Doris Marjorie Dopp .
Burlington, Vt. Commercial Teaching
Alpha Chi Omega5 John Dewey Club 12, 3, 4-15 Press Club
12, 315 Outing Club 19, 315 Cynic, Reporter 15215 Y. VV. C. A.
12, 3, 4-15 Dean's List 11, Q, 31.
Martha Shepard Douglass
Burlington, Vt. L'ite'rary-Scic-nt-ijic
Pi Beta Phig J ohn Dewey Club 19, 3, 415 Dramatic Club 11, 92,
3, 4-15 International Relations Club 19, 415 Junior VVeek Com-
mittee 1315 Ariel 1315 Cyn-ic 1115 Winnowings from the Mill
13, 415 Bluestockings 11, 2, 3, 415 VV. A. A. 11, Q, 3, 415
Y. VV. C. A. 1215 Dean's List 131.
Ruth Marion Fellows '
Burlington, Vt. Ser'ondary Ecl-zlcation
Delta Delta Deltag Basketball 1115 Hockey 12, 3, 41, Varsity
13, 415 Badminton Club, VV. A. A. 11, 2, 3, 4-1, Council 131,
Numerals, U. V. M. Emblem.
Mary Orton Fiiield
Newport, Vt. Classical
Delta Delta Deltag John Dewey Club 13, 41 5 Le Cercle Francais
123, 3, 41, President 1315 Classical Club 11, 52, 3, 4-15 University
Players 11, Q, 3, 41, Co-Property Manager 1415 Latin Prize
1115 Kirby Flower Smith Prize 1215 Faculty-Student Council
1215 VV. A. A. 11, 2, 3, 4-15 Y. VV. C. A. 11, Q, 3, 4-15 Phi Beta
Kappag Dean's List 11, 2, 31.
Norma Lois Fletcher
Orleans, Vt. Secondary Education
Kappa Alpha Theta5 Outing Club 13, 4-15 French Club 13, 415
Classical Club 1415 Dean's List 1315 McGill University 11, 521.
Phyllis Evelyn Foster
Merrimack, N. H. Social Science
Alpha Chi Omega5 Jolm Dewey Club 14-15 Press Club 1315
International Relations Club 1415 Outing Club 13, 415 Chapel
Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 415 University Orchestra. 11, Q, 3, 415 Ver-
mont Symphony Orehestra 11, 2, 3, 415 Y. YV. C. A. 13, 41.
eniou CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE
Beryl Haim Frank
Burlington, Vt. Social Science
International Relations Club 11, 2, 3, 415 Le Cercle Francais
1415 University Players 11, 2, 3, 41, Business Manager 13, 415
New England Regional Vice-President of International Rela-
tions C1ubs5 Cyn-ic, Reporter, News Editor5 Tennis 1115 Debat-
ing Team 1115 Dean's List 13, 415 Selected Vermont Candidate
for Rhodes Scholarship.
lVIarjorie Alice French
Monkton, Vt. Secondary Education-
Baseball 1215 Y. VV. C. A. 1115 YVomenls Glee Club 1115 House
Richard Harris Gale
Stowe, Vt. Clienzlstiy
Theta Chi5 Outing Club 13, 415 Chemistry Club, President 1415
Photography Club 1415 Interfraternity Athletics 11, 215 Cross-
country 1415 Ski Team 13, 415 R. O. T. C. Band 11, 215 Ameri-
can Chemical Society, Student Affiliate 1415 Dean's List
11, 2, 31.
James Curtis Giddings
New Haven, Conn. General Science
Sigma Nu5 Brown University 1115 Varsity Football 131.
Nancy Elizabeth Gillingham
Woodstock, Vt. Secretarial
Alpha Xi Delta5 W. A. A. 11, 2, 3, 41, VV. A. A. Councilg
Women's Glee Club 111.
Walter Martin Glass
Burlington, Vt. General Science
Phi Sigma Delta5 Tau Kappa Alpha 12, 3, 415 International
Relations Club 1215 Kingsley Debating Prize 12, 315 Cyn-ic,
Circulation Manager 1415 Basketball, Class 11, 215 Track,
Varsity 1215 Interfratcrnity Athletics 11, 2, 3, 415 Debating
Team, Manager 13, 415 Dean's List 11, 2, 31.
Robert Ignatius Gleason
Burlington, Vt. General Science
Sigma Nu5 Basketball, Varsity 1315 Track, Varsity 1315 New-
man Club 11, 2, 3, 415 Interfraternity Basketball 1415 R. O.
T. C. Band 11, 215 VVrestling5 John Dewey Club 131.
Rosendo Adolfo Gomez
Barre, Vt. Social Science
Kappa Sigma5 Boulder5 Key and Serpent, President5 Gold
Key5 International Club 11, 41, President 1415 Junior IVeek,
Chairman Ushering Committee 1315 Kake Walk, Program Com-
mittee 1315 Ariel, Editor-in-Chief 1315 Basketball 11, 2, 315
Track, Freshman Squad 1215 Dean's List 1115 Publications
Board 1415 Who's VVho in American Colleges 141.
Bayard Victor Grant
Brattleboro, Vt. Biusiness
Delta Psi5 Outing Club 1315 Glee Club 1115 Opera Chorus 111.
Willard Orlin Hale
Windsor, Vt. Electrical Engineering
Lambda Iota5 Military Honors, Corporal 1215 Interfrater-
nity Athletics 12, 3, 4-1 5 Intramural Athletics, Wrestling 11, 21 5
Debating Team 1115 A. 1. E. E. 12, 3, 41, Vice-Chairman 1415
Dean's List 11, 2, 31.
Charles Elmer Harmon
Island Pond, Vt. General Science
Independentsg Champlain Sabers 1415 Jolm Dewey Club 13, 415
Military Honors, S. A. R.. Medal 121, Sergeant 1215 Advanced
Militaryg Appleton-Century Prize 1215 Baseball 11, 215 Inter-
fraternity Athletics 11, 2, 3, 415 Dean's List 11, 2, 31.
Bernard Wilson Harriman
Canaan, Vt. Mcclum-ical Engineering
Baseball 1115 R. O. T. C. Band 11, 215 A. S. M. E. 12, 3, 41,
Vice-Chairman5 Deans List 13, 41. '
Doris Agnes Hasseltine
Bristol, Vt. Secondary Ed-neation
Badminton Club 11, 2, 315 VV. A. A. 11, 2, 3, 415 lVomen's
Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 41.
Harold Jerry Haynes
East Poultney, Vt. Agriculture
Aggie Club 11, 2, 3, 41, Vice-President 1315 Collegiate F. F. A.,
Secretary 1415 Track 11, 21. '
Miriam Priscilla Healy
Vllest Hartford, Conn, Home Economics
Pi Beta Phi5 Mortar Boardg Press Club 12, 31, Secretary-
Treasurer 1315 Dramatic Club 12, 315 Outing Club 1115 Amex.
1215 Cynic, Reporter, News Editor 1315 Y. W. C. A., President
1315 De-an's List 1115 VV. A. A. 11, 2, 31
Elma Mary Herrick
Swanton, Vt. Commerce and Economics
Alpha Xi Delta5 John Dewey Club5 Press Club5 Basketball 111 5
W. A. A.5 Y. W. C. A.
Chesley Peck Horton
Brandon, Vt. Agriculture
Delta Psi5 Collegiate Future Farmers of America5 Baseball,
Manager 1315 Cross-country 12, 315 Interfraternity Athletics.
Delevan Herbert Howe
Pittsfield, Mass. Chemistry
Phi Delta Thetag Football 12, 315 Chemistry Club.
Vllilmington, Vt. General Science
Glee Club 11, 2, 315 Health Council 141.
John Alexander Hunter, Jr.
Dover, N. H. General Science
Phi Delta Theta5 Boulder5 Key and Serpent5 Gold Key5 Junior
Week, Co-Chairman, Publicity 1315 Kake Walk, Director,
Financial 1415 Sophomore Hop, Chairman 1215 President of
Class 1415 Football 1115 Interfraternity Athleticsg R. O. T. C.
Band 11, 215 Interfraternity Council.
Erma Rita Mae Hurteau
Education Club 11, 2, 3, 41 5 Newman Club 11, 2, 3, 41 5 Basket-
ball 11, 215 VV. A. A. 11, 215 N.Y.A.
John Conklin Husing
Lynbrook, N. Y.
Sigma Nu5 Boulder5 Outing Club 1315 Varsity Football
12, 3, 41, Co-Captain 1415 Baseball 12, 315 Champlain Sabers5
Interfraternity Athletics5 Advanced Military5 Junior Week
Committee International Relations Club.
Harold Larned Hutchins
Hamden, Conn. General Science
Phi Delta Theta.5 Interfraternity Athletics.
Muriel Eva Hutchinson
Essex Junction, Vt. Literary-Scientific
Alpha Chi Omegag Student Union 13, 415 International Rela-
tions Club 13, 415 Le Cercle Francais 12, 3, 415 Classical Club
12, 3, 415 Badminton Club 12, 3, 415 YV. A. A. 11, 2, 3, 415
VVomen's Glee Club5 Y. VV. C. A. 11, 2, 3, 41 5 French Play 1315
Dean's List 11, 3, 41.
Lois Ward Jackson
Brattleboro, Vt. Home Economics
Press Club 12, 315 Omicron Nu 1415 Home Economies Club
11, 2, 3, 415 W. A. A. 11, 2, 3, 415 Women's Glee Club 1115
Y. W. C. A. 12, 3, lp, Dean's List.
Salisbury, Vt. Social Science
Pi Gamma Mu5 John Dewey Club5 International Relations
Club, President 1215 Anim., Sports Editor5 Cynic, Sports Edi-
tor5 Freshman Basketballg Intramural Athletics, Boxing 1215
Dean's List 11, 2, 31.
Albert Basil J erard
Newport, N. H. General Science
Sigma Phi5 Alum., Advertising Manager 131 5 Vtlrestling 12, 315
Interfraternity Athletics, Track 12, 315 Kuke WValking 1215
Dean's List 121.
44 87 75
Barbara Elizabeth Jones
Burlington, Vt. General Science
John Dewey Club QQ, 3, 41, Press Club, Dramatic Club QQ1,
International Relations Club Q4-1, Outing Club QQ1, Oynfie
QQ, 31, Winno-ze-ingx From the Mill QQ1, VVomen's Glee Club.
David Robinson Jones
Schenectady, N. Y. General Science
Frederic Tracy Jones Q
Burlington, Vt. Commerce a-acl Economics
Delta Psi, International Relations Club, Outing Club Q31,
Military Honors, Expert Rifleman, Interfraternity Athletics
QQ, 3, 41, R. O. T. C. Band QQ1.
Vincent Charles J uskiewicz
Northampton, Mass. Electrical Engineering
Phi Delta Theta.
Burlington, Vt. Pre-medical
Tennis QQ1, Y. M. C. A.
Leona Nellie Kilburn
Collinsville, Conn. Secondary Education
Alpha Xi Delta, John Dewey Club QQ1, Cynic Reporter QQ1,
News Editor Q31, Y. WV. C. A., Executive Committee Connecti-
cut Club QQ1.
Henry Vincent Kogut
Bridgeport, Conn. Social Science
Alpha Tau Omega, Interfraternity Athletics, Boxing.
Rita Margaret Lambert
Holyoke, Mass. Social Science
Francis Bernard Leary
Burlington, Vt. Electrical Engineering
A. I. E. E.
Francis Clark Leonard
Orwell, Vt. A!ll't6'1lIt'llfl'0
Boulder, Key and Serpent, Gold Key, Newman Club QQ, 3, 4-1,
Military Honors, Corporal, Winner of Sophomore Drilldown,
Junior XVeek Committee, Kake VValk Committee, Sophomore
Hop Committee, Track Q11, Manager Freshman Track, Cross-
Norma Madeline Lessor
Burlington, Vt. Classical
Delta Delta Delta, John Dewey Club, Newman Club Q1, Q,
3, 41, Classical Club, Cynic Reporter, Y. W. C. A., Junior
Prom Committee Q31, Dean's List Q1, Q, 3, 41.
Murray Newman Levin
Burlington, Vt. General Science
John Dewey Club, Kake Vilalk Committee, Sophomore Hop
Committee, Treasurer of Class Q11, Tennis Q11, Dean's List.
Aaron Abraham Levine
West Rutland, Vt. Secondary Erlucation,
Phi Sigma Delta, Gold Key QQ1, Vice-President, Key and
Serpent, Treasurer Q31, International Relations Club Q31,
Class Treasurer Q31 , Freshman Football, Varsity QQ, 31, Fresh-
man Baseball, Varsity QQ, 31, Interfraternity Athletics Q1,
Q, 31, Corporal, Selection Committee Beauty Contest QQ, 31,
Junior Week Committee Q31, Interclass Basketball Q41.
New York, N. Y. General Science
Phi Sigma Delta, Outing Club.
Great Neck, N. Y. Commerce and Economics
Key and Serpent, Gold Key, Military Honors, Corporal,
Sergeant, Football, Freshman, Varsity QQ1, Basketball, Fresh-
man, Varsity QQ1, Baseball Q11.
Burlington, Vt. Social Science
Phi Sigma Delta, Gold Key, Secretary, Pi Gamma Mu Q41,
Tau Kappa Alpha QQ, 3, 41, President Q4-1, Phi Beta Kappa
Q41 , Jolm Dewey Club QQ, 3, 41, President Q3, 4-1 , International
Relations Club Q3, 41, Classical Club QQ, 3, 41, Prize Speaking
Prize Q11, Lawrence Debating Prize QQ, 31, Junior Vlleek
Committee Q31, Kake VValk Committee Q3, 4-1, Anim., Feature
Editor Q31, Gynic Q1, Q, 3, 41, Editor-in-Chief Q31, Freslunan
Handbook, Editor-in-Chief Q31, Interfraternity Athletics QQ,
31, Debating Team Q1, Q, 3, 41, Dean's List Q1, Q, 31, Publica-
tions Board Q41, VVho's Who I11 American Colleges Q41.
Charles William Livak
Rutland, Vt. Agriculture
Alpha Zeta QQ, 3, 41, Aggie Club Q1, Q, 3, 41 , Outing Club, Fall
Plays Q41, Alpha Zeta Proficiency Award, Track Q11, Cross-
country Q1, Q1, Intramural Athletics, VVrestling, Independents,
Dean's List Q1, Q, 31.
Elizabeth Marion Loop
Burlington, Vt. Elementary Education
Press Club Q3, 41, Outing Club QQ1, Education Club, W. A. A.
Q1, Q, 3, 41, Y. W. C. A. Q1, Q, 3, 41, VVomen's Glee Club QQ1.
Helen Louise Loudon
Minneapolis, Minn. Lite-ra-ry-Scie-ntijlc
Jolm Dewey Club Q3, 41, Vice-President Q41, Dramatic Club
Q1, Q, 3, 41, International Relations Club Q31, Cyn-ic, Reporter,
News Editor, Feature Editor, Women's Glee Club Q11, Opera
Chorus Q11, Y. W. C. A. Q1, Q1, Dean's List QQ, 31.
Margaret Jane Johnston MacMartin
Burlington, Vt. Elementary Education
Kappa Alpha Theta, International Relations Club, Junior
Prom Committee, Golf Team.
Lawrence Diskin McCrea
Burlington, Vt. General Science
Sigma Nu, Newman Club Q1, Q, 31, Varsity Track, Interfra-
ternity Athletics Q1, Q, 31 , Intramural Athletics Q1, Q, 31.
Festus Joseph McDonough
Woburn, Mass. .flgric-ulture
Kappa Sigma, Newman Club Q1, Q, 31, Secretary-Treasurer
QQ1, Kake Walk Committee QQ, 31, Junior Week Committee
Q31, Freshman Football, Freshman Baseball, Honorary Cap-
tain, Vursity Baseball QQ, 31, Interfraternity Athletics Q1,
Q, 31, Nominating Committee Alum. Beauty Contest QQ1.
Thomas Burke lNIcHugh
Rutland, Vt. Secondary Education
Alpha Tau Omega, John Dewey Club QQ, 3, 41, International
Relations Club QQ, 3, 41, Newman Club Q1, Q, 3, 41, President
QQ1, University Players QQ, 3, 41, President Q41, Junior VVeek
Committee, Co-Chairman of Prom Q31, Kake Walk Committee
Q31, Program Committee, Amex., Organization Editor, Cynic
Q1, Q, 3, 41, Managing Editor, Editor of I'nte1-fratea'-nity Hanrl-
book, Treasurer of Class Q41, Cheerleader Q1, Q, 3, 41, R. O.
T. C. Band QQ, 31, Drum Major, Men's Glee Club Q31, Inter-
James Elmer McKee, Jr.
Arlington, Vt. General Science
Franklin Brown Mack
Dover, Del. Zlfechanical Engineering
Kappa Sigma, Ride Team Q1, Q, 3, 41, Captain, Junior Class
Rifle Team Q31, A. S. M. E., Corporal.
Louise Catherine Mann
Essex Junction, Vt. Elementary Education
Elbridge Potter Mansfield
VVaterbury, Vt. Civil Engineering
Drilldown Winner Q11, A. S. C. E.
Francis Edgar Marsceill
Bristol, Vt. .-igricultare
Kappa Phi Kappa, Aggie Club, Newman Club, Future Farm-
ers of America, Honor Scholarship, Track Q1, Q1, Dean's List.
Loretta Cora Maynard
Starksboro, Vt. Elementary Erluca-lion
Shirley Williams Miller
Dummerston, Vt. Elementary Education
John Dewey Club, Press Club, International Relations Club,
Education Club, W. A. A., Y. NV. C. A., Dean's List.
Ruth Wood Anderson Mills
Burlington, Vt. Secretarial
Alpha Xi Delta, Pan-Hellenic Council Q3, 41, President Q41,
Press Club Q31 , Outing Club, Class Secretary QQ1, Y. W. C. A.,
Beauty Contest QQ1 , VV. A. A.
Howard Lester Nlinckler
Grand Isle, Vt. Oliemixtry
Delta Psi, Boulder, Key and Serpent, Gold Key, Outing
Club Q1, Q, 31, Chemistry Club, Sergeant QQ1, Cy-nic Reporter,
Junior Week Committee, Kake 1Valk Committee, Director,
Football Manager, Basketball Q1, Q, 31, Baseball Q1, Q1, Track
Q31, Freshman Cross-country, Interfraternity Athletics, In-
tramural Athletics Q4-1, Dean's List Q11.
eniou CLASS or NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE
Lester Henry Mitchell
Burlington, Vt. Social Science
Jolm Dewey Club Q31 , Chemistry Club Q1, 21, Corporal, Alum.
Business Manager Q31, Cynic Circulation Manager Q31, Adver-
tising Manager Q31, Handbook Business Manager Q31, Base-
ball Assistant Manager Q31, Manager Q4-1, Business Manager
Richard Friedhold Morgner
Fitchburg, Mass. Social Science
Sigma Nu, R. O. T. C. Band Q:?1, New Vermonter's Orches-
Stanley Lintner Nichols
Burlington, Vt. Agriculture
Alpha Zeta, Aggie Club, Sigma Delta Psi, Track, Freshman,
Varsity Q21, Boxing.
Elmer Lyle Nicholson
Rochester, Vt. General Science
Delta Psi, John Dewey Club Q4-1, Chemistry Club Q1, 2, 3, 41,
Financial Manager Junior Bleek Committee, Kake Walk Com-
mittee, Alum. Q21, Gynic Q1, 2, 31, Football Q11, Basketball
Q1, 9, 3, 4-1, Baseball Q1, 2, 31, Tennis Q1, 31, Interfraternity
Athletics Q1, 2, 3, 41 , Deanis List Q11, Sigma Delta Psi.
Willard Grant Norton
Buckfield, Me. Music Education
Chapel Orchestra, University Orchestra, Dean's List.
Thelma Ruth Packard
Burlington, Vt. Home Economics
Press Club QQ, 31 , Outing Club QI, 2, 31 , Home Economics Club
Q1, Q, 3, 4-1 , Photography Club Q41 , Oynic Q11 , Y. VV. C. A.
Ruth Anne Palmer
Crestwood, N. Y. Litera1'y-Scie-ntific
Pi Beta Phi, John Dewey Club QQ, 3, 4-1, Dramatic Club QQ,
3, 4.1, Le Cercle Francais QQ, 3, 4-1, Vice-President Q21, Alum.
Q21, Cynic QQ, 31, Reporter Q21, News Editor Q31, W. A. A.
Q1, EZ, 3, 4.1, Council-at-Large Q21, University Orchestra Q1,
Q, 31, Women's Glee Club QQ, 3, 41, Y. W. C. A., Dean's List
Q1, 3, 441.
Owen Meredith Parry
Poultney, Vt. Secondary Education
Kappa Sigma, International Relations Club, Football, Base-
ball, Interfraternity Athletics, Intramural Athletics, Dean's
List qi, ey.
Helen Rose Pattrell
Norwich, Vt. Elementary Education
International Relations Club QQ, 3, 41, University Choir,
NVomen's Glee Club, Y. VV. C. A., Dean's List.
Ralph Harmon Percival
Burlington, Vt. M-usic Education
Chapel Orchestra Q1, 91, University Orchestra Q1, 21, R. O.
T. C. Band Q1, 91, Conductor Q31 , Men's Glee Club Q1, 2, 31.
Estaleen Morgan Perkins
Burlington, Vt. H 0-me Economics
John Dewey Club Q3, 411 , Press Club Q2, 31 , Outing Club Q1, Q1 ,
Home Economics Club Q1, Q, 3, 41, VV. A. A., Y. W. C. A.,
Dean's List Q1, 2, sy.
Flora Elizabeth Perley
Enosburg Falls, Vt. Home Economics
Alpha Chi Omega, Press Club Q31, Home Economics Club
Ql, 2, 3, 41, Vice-President Q4-1, W. A. A., Bowling Campus
Manager Q3, 441, Badminton Club, Y. W. C. A.
Charlotte Elma Phelps
Essex Junction, Vt. Secondary Education
Y. VV. C. A.
Louis Dale Pierce
St. J ohnsbury, Vt. Civil Engineering
Delta. Psi, Interfraternity Athletics Q11, A. S. C. E., Corporal,
Basketball Assistant Manager Q31, Manager-elect Q31, Fresh-
man Track, Dean's List Q1, 2, 31, Basketball Manager Q41,
Athletic Council QLL1.
Robert Ernest Pierce
J acksonville, Vt. Secondary Education
Champlain Sabers Q4-1, Basketball, Scrub Manager Q21, Track
Q11, Cross-country Q1, Q, 31, Dean's List, Corporal.
Dorothy J enne Platt
Brooklyn, N. Y. Home Economics
Home Economics Club Q1, Q, 31, Tennis Champion Q11, Hon-
orary Badminton Q21, W. A. A. Council-at-Large Q31.
Robert Ellsworth Plumb
Springfield, Vt. Agriculture
Delta Psi, Key and Serpent, Kappa Phi Kappa, Aggie Club,
Interfraternity Council, Secretary-Treasurer, Sergeant, Com-
mander of VVinning Drill Squad, Faculty-Student Council Q31,
Football Ql, Q, 31, Track Ql, 9, 31, Interfraternity Athletics,
Intramural Athletics, University Choir Q11.
Loren J offre Pretty
Woodstock, Vt. Social Science
International Relations Club Q21, Track Q11, R. O. T. C. Band
John Thompson Prior
St. Albans, Vt. Pre-medical
Sigma Nu, Gold Key QQ1, Champlain Sabers QAL1, Captain,
Football Ql, 2, 31 , Class President Q91 , Tennis Q11, Interfrater-
nity Athletics Q1, Q, 31, Intramural Boxing QI, 2, 31.
Mary Margaret Rasines
Barre, Vt. Classical
John Dewey Club, Newman Club Q1, Q, 3, 4-1, Howard Greek
Prize Q11, Classical Club Q1, 2, 3, 4-1, VV. A. A., Dean's List
Q1, Q, 31.
Clinton Alexander Renfrew
St. Johnsbury, Vt. Mechanical Engineering
Delta Psi, Cross-country Q1, 3, 41, A. S. M. E.
Edith Marian Rice
Cleveland Heights, Ohio Social Science
Kappa Alpha Theta, Outing Club Council Q1, Q, 3, 41 , W. A. A.,
Y. W. C. A.
Harriette Louise Riddell
lllilliamstown, Vt. General Science
J ane Harriet Riddell
Burlington, Vt. Social Science
Alpha Xi Delta, Press Club QQ, 3, 4-1, ARIEL, Organization
Editor Q31, Hockey Q11, VV. A. A., Y. W. C. A.
Sarah Catherine Rigney
Lafayette, R. I. Commercial Teaching
Alpha Xi Delta, John Dewey Club QQ, 31, Press Club QQ, 31,
Newman Club Q1, Q, 31, Class Secretary Q31, Basketball Q11,
VV. A. A., Junior Week Committee Q31, Faculty-Student
Grace Marie Rinck
Ridgewood, N. J. Soczkzl Science
J ohn Dewey Club, Press Club, International Relations Club,
Y. VV. C. A., W. A. A., House Committee, Archery Club.
Martha Weller Rist
Burlington, Vt. Home Economics
Kappa Alpha Theta, Mortar Board, Outing Club, Home Eco-
uomics Club, Junior Week Committee, Chairman of Junior
Prom, Kake Vllalk Committee, Co-Chairman Mother-Daughter-
Father-Son Banquet, ABIEL, Women's Athletic Editor, Cynic,
Reporter, News Editor, Class Vice-President Q31, VV. A. A.
Homestead, Fla. Secondary Education
Pi Beta Phi, Health Council, Dramatic Club, W. A. A., VVom-
en's Glee Club, Opera, Y. W. C. A.
Seymour Hill Robinson
Bridgewater, Vt. Special
Sigma Nu, Baseball QI, 21, Cross-country Q11, Interfraternity
Athletics Q1, Q, 3, 411.
Raymond Richard Rogers
West Glover, Vt. Agriculture Education
Gold Key CQJQ Alpha Zeta 1535, Secretary 135, Vice-President
14-54 Kappa Phi Kappa 135, Secretary 1454 Aggie Club 11, 25,
Vice-President 135, President 14-54 Future Farmers of America
14-5 4 Hood Scholarship 11, 2, 3, 45 4 Track 11, 2, 35 4 Intramural
Wrestling 12, 354 Dean's List 11, 9, 35.
Roxbury, Mass. General Science
Phi Sigma Deltag Cynic Reporter 11, 254 Interfraternity Ath-
letics4 Basketball Assistant Manager 135 4 Manager-elect Fresh-
man Basketball 1354 Sergeant 125.
Mary Pauline Rowe
Barnet, Vt. Home Economics
Alpha Chi Omega4 Mortar Board 1454 Pan-Hellenic Council
13, 4-54 Home Economics Club 11, 2, 3, 454 Junior VVeek Com-
mittee 1354 Handbook Business Manager 1354 Faculty-Student
Council 13, 454 Basketball 11, Q, 354 W. A. A. 11, 2, 3, 4-5,
Class Representative 125, Vice-President 135, President 1354
VVomen's Glee Club 1154 Y. W. C. A.
Permelia Theodora Ruggles
Bellows Falls, Vt. Secondary Education
John Dewey Club 152, 354 Badminton Club 12, 354 Vermont
Federation of Women's CIUBSQ Summer School Art Scholar-
shipg Art VVork 135 4 Bluestockings 13, 4-5 4 Glee Club 115 4 Y. YV.
C. A.4 House Committee 1954 Deanis List 11, 25.
Howard Henry Russell
Hinesburg, Vt. Ag'ricu.1t-are
Sigma Nu4 Alpha Zeta 12, 3, 45, Treasurer 14-54 Aggie Club
11, 2, 354 Hood Scholarship4 Track, Freshman, Varsity 12, 354
Cross-country, Freshman, Varsity 1:?, 3, 45, Captain 1454
lnterfraternity Athletics 1:25, Two-mile Track Meet Second
Placeg Deanis List 11, 25.
Burlington, Vt. Agriculture
Tau Epsilon Phig Aggie Club 1354 Gynic 1254 Interfraternity
Athletics4 Cross-country 135.
Randolph, Vt. Classical
Pi Beta Phi4 Mortar Boardg Student Union, Secretary 195,
Vice-President 1354 Health Council, House Chairman4 Classi-
cal Club 12, 3, 45, Treasurer 1354 Junior Bleek Committee4
Aan-rl.. VVomen's Editor4 Class Vice-President 1354 Class Sec-
retary 1154 Co-ed Major 1454 Dean's List 11, 2, 35.
Brooklyn, N. Y. Pre-medical
Phi Sigma Delta: Military I'l0ll0I'Sg Baseball 115, Varsity
12, 354 Varsity Rifle Telllng Interfraternity Athletics4 Hand-
ball Champion 125.
Howard Julian Schwartz
Mineola, L. I., N. Y. Gene-ral Science
Tau Epsilon Phi4 Baseball 11, 254 Interfraternity Athletics
11, Q, 354 Intramural Athletics 11, Q54 Intramural Advisory
Council 1454 Winter Sports Committee 135.
Kingston, R. I. General Science
Pi Beta Phi4 President Mortar Board 1454 Press Club 1254
Outing Club4 Y. W. C. A.4 W. A. A. Council 115, Correspond-
ing Secretary 125, Treasurer 135.
Edward Gabriel Sedlis
Brookline, Mass. Social Science
Tau Epsilon Phi.
Edward Joseph Sennett
Poultney, Vt. Literary-Scientific
Kappa Sigma4 Green Mountain Junior College4 Varsity Foot-
ball 1354 Interfraternity Athletics 1354 Dean's List 135.
Richard Lyman Seymour
St. Albans, Vt. Business
John Dewey Club4 International Relations Club4 Outing CIUDQ
Debating4 Dean's List 11, 25.
Mary Coleman Shakespeare
Rutland, Vt. Secretarial
Kappa Alpha '1'heta4 Health Council 135, President 14-54 Out-
ing Club 11, Q54 Kake Walk Committee 1354 Joint Conference
Committee 1354 lVin-nowings From the Mill 1154 Basketball
1154 Hockey 11, Q54 VV. A. A.4 Y. IV. C. A.
Thais Barbara Shapland '
Sf- Albans, Vt. Secondary Education
Alpha Xi Deltag Health Council4 Dramatic Clllbg Outing Club
135, Council 14-54 Education Club 1154 Cynic 12, 35, Reporter4
W. A. A.4 Swimming 12, 354 Y. VV. C. A.
Winston Hugo Sharp
Sllelbllrne, Vt. Chemistry
Janet Preston Sheltus
SWHYWOH, Vt- Literary-Scientific
Alpha Chi Omegag Health Council 125 4 J olm Dewey Club
13, 45 4 Press Club4 Cynic 1153 VV. A. A.4 Y. W. C. A.
Rebecca Charlotte Shippee
West Dover, Vt. Secondary Education
Alpha Chi Omega4 Health Council 1354 John Dewey Club 1354
Press Club 1354 Y. W. C. A.4 Dean's List 125.
Philip Brett Shoemaker
Essex, N. Y. Genera-l Science
Independents4 University Players 12, 3, 4-54 University Choir
1254 Men's Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Manager.
Arthur Parmelee Silvester
Brattleboro, Vt. Secondary Education
Clarence Raymond Simmons
Oakland, Me. General Science
Lambda Iotag Chemistry Club4 Interfraternity Athletics4 Inter-
Harold Leonard Simmons, Jr.
New Bedford, Mass. Gene-ral Science
Anna Arthalene Smith
Burlington, Vt. Social Science
Alpha Xi Deltag Jolm Dewey Club 12, 3, 454 Press Club 1254
Junior Vlleek Committee 1354 Kake Walk Usher 1354 Co-ed
Major Candidate 1354 W. A. A.4 Archery Club 13, 4-5.
Margaret Elizabeth Smith
Pittsfield, Mass. Commercial Teaching
outing club 1254 Y. w. C. A., W. A. A.
Richard Francis Snape
North Adams, Mass. Social Science
Sigma Alpha Epsilon4 International Relations Club 11, 354
Interfraternity Athletics 11, Q, 354 Bowling 1154 Men's Glee
Myron Alden Solin
Chicopee, Mass. General Science
Tau Epsilon Phi4 Jolm Dewey Club 19. 354 International
Relations Club 1154 Chemistry Club 13, 45, Vice-President4
Photography Club 14-54 University Players 11, 9, 3, 4-54 Cynic
1154 Football 1154 Basketball 1154 Interfraternity Athletics
11, 2, 3, 4-54 Intramural Boxing 1154 Men's Glee Club 1354
A. C. S. Student Aiiiliateg Dean's List 115.
William Angell Spelman, Jr.
Rochelle Park, N. J. Civil Engineering
Anne Louise Squire
Waterbury, Vt. General Science
Outing Club 12, 3. 4-54 XV. A. A. 11, 2, 3, 45, Council 13, 454
Y. VV. C. A.4 Dean's List 11, SZ, 35.
Helen Elizabeth Squire
Waterbury, Vt. Elementary Education
Outing Club 12, 354 Volleyball 1254 Badminton Tournament
1354 Basketball 11, 2, 3, 45, Honorary 12, 354 Baseball 11, Q54
Honorary Hockey 13, 454 Swimming 19, 354 W. A. A. 11, 52,
3, 45, Council 135, Council-at-Large 1454 Y. W. C. A.4 Fire
Captain 1354 House President 145.
Margaret Orr Stanley
Enosburg Falls, Vt. Home Economics
Alpha Chi Omega4 Press Club 11, 254 Home Economics Club
11, 2, 3, 4-54 Photography Club 1454 VV. A. A. 11, 2, 3, 454
Y. W. C. A.
James Howell Starbuck
Burlington, Vt. Special
eniou CLASS or NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE
David Jacob Steinberg
Roxbury, Mass. Social Science
Phi Sigma Delta, John Dewey Club QQ, 3, 415, Treasurer,
International Relations Club Q1, Q, 35, Kingsley Debating
Prize Speaking, Sergeant, Corporal, Football Q15, Basket-
ball. Scrub Manager, Interfraternity Athletics Q1, Q, 3, 4-5,
Debating Team Q3, 45, Dean's List, Class Numerals.
Joseph Carleton Stickney
Rutland, Vt. Pl'0"lll.0ll'lGdl
Varsity Football Q35 .
Leola Myra Stiles
Middlebury, Vt. Secondary Education.
Pi Gamma Mu Q3, 45, John Dewey Club QQ, 3, 4-5, Press Club
QQ, 3, 415, Outing Club Q35, Howard Mathematics Prize Q15,
Badminton Club Q1, Q5, NV. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Dean's List
Q1, Q, 35. .
William Willard Stone
Springfield, Vt. .-'lgricultnrc
Sigma Nu, Alpha Zeta, Aggie Club Q1, Q, 3, 45, Hood Scholar-
ship, Corporal, Drill Squad, Junior VVeek Committee, Faculty-
Student Council Q4-5 , Football Q1, Q, 3, 45 , Track Q1, Q5 , Inter-
fraternity Athletics Q1, Q, 3, 4-5, Intramural Vllrestling QQ, 35,
Dean's List Q1, Q, 35.
Elizabeth Pawling Struthers
VVest VVardsboro, Vt. Social Science
Press Club QQ, 35, International Relations Club QQ, 3, 445, Out-
ing Club Q45, Cynic, Reporter QQ5, News Editor Q35, Record-
ing Editor Q45 , VV. A. A., Y. 'W. C. A.
Evelyn Martha Sweeny
St. Albans, Vt. Secondary Erlucation
Alpha Chi Omega, John Dewey Club QQ, 3, 4-5, Press Club
QQ, 35, Le Cercle Franeais QQ, 35, Basketball Q3, 4-5, Tennis,
Women's Rifle Team Q15 , Badminton Club Q1, Q, 3, 4-5 , VV. A. A.
Q1, Q, 3, 415, Council-at-Large, Y. VV. C. A.
Annice Nadine Swertfeger
Berwyn, Ill. Social Science
John Dewey Club Q3, 45, Dramatic Club Q35, Outing Club
Q3, 45, Dance Club Q3, 45, W. A. A., Morton Junior College.
Betsy Alden Taylor
Hartford, Conn. Home Economics
Kappa Alpha Theta, Mortar Board Q4-5 , Student Union, Treas-
urer QQ5, Vice-President Q35, President Q45, Pan-Hellenic
Council Q3, 445, Outing Club Q15, Home Economics Club Q1, Q,
3, 45, Class Secretary QLL5, Hockey QQ5, W. A. A., University
Choir Q1, Q5, Women's Glee Club Q15, Y. VV. C. A., Freshman
Camp Director Q45, House President Q35, Joint Confer-
Rita Alvina Thabault
Xvingnski, Vt. Home Economics
Dramatic Club Q1, Q, 3, 45, Outing Club Q1, Q, 3, 45, Newman
Club Q1, Q, 3, 45, Home Economics Club Q1, Q, 3, 45, Photog-
raphy Club Q4-5.
Muriel Audra Thacher
North Pomfret, Vt. Elementary Education.
Kappa Delta, Ugnic Exchange Editor, Archery Club Q35,
NVomen's Glee Club Q15, Y. W. C. A., Education Club, House
President Q4+5, House Committee QQ, 35.
Celia Adella Thompson
Starksboro, Vt. Elemenla.-ry Education-
Y. VV. C. A., Youth Council, Young People's VVork.
Webster Spencer Thompson
Burlington, Vt. Commerce and Econo-mics
Sigma Phi, Champlain Sabers Q4-5, First Lieutenant, Inter-
national Relations Club QQ5, Junior VVeek Committee Q35,
Peerade Committee, Kake VValk Committee Q35, Cadet Major
Q4-5, Chairman Military Ball Q4-5, Football, Freshman Man-
ager, Interfraternity Athletics Q1, Q, 3, 445, Intramural Ath-
letics Q3, 45, Interfraternity Council Q3, 4-5, President Q4-5.
Constance Marie Ann Marguerite Trottier
Wilder, Vt, Elementary Education
Newman Club Q1, Q, 35, Y. VV. C. A., House President QQ, 35.
George Arthur Tulin
Hartford, Conn. General Science
Tau Epsilon Phi, Cynic Reporter QQ5, Track Q1, Q5, Cross-
country Q15, Interfraternity Athletics QQ, 3, 45, Men's Glee
Club QQ5, Dean's List Q1, Q, 35.
Margaret Rose Tynan
Arlington, Vt. Elementary Education
Outing Club Q3, 445, Newman Club Q3, 4-5.
Theresa Ottilia Weiss
North Bergen, N. J. Secondary Education
University Choir Q45, VVomen's Glee Club Q445, Theater Club
Genevieve Victoria Wesolowska
Shirley, Mass. General Science
John Dewey Club QQ. 3, 4-5 , Newman Club Q1, Q, 3, 415 , VV. A. A.,
Frances Marie Whalen
Burlington, Vt. Secretarial
Hope Elizabeth Wheeler
Marshfield, Vt. Ilome Economics
Alpha Chi Omega, John Dewey Club Q3, 4-5, Home Economics
Club Q3, 45, Dean's List Q35, VV. A. A. Representative,
Y. VV. C. A.-
Margaret Inda Wheeler
C1ll2liS, Vt. Secondary Education
Tau Kappa Alpha, National Correspondent Q35, Vice-Presi-
dent Q-115, International Relations Club Q1, Q5, Outing Club
Q15, Butler Debating Prize QQ, 35, Archery Club Q15,
VV. A. A., National Telegraphic Meet Q15, Y. VV. C. A.,
Debating Team QQ, 3, 45, 'Women's Debating Manager Q3, 45.
William Alfred Wheeler, Jr.
B11l'liI1gf0U, Vt- Jlechanicnl Engineering
Dorothy Wright Whitcomb
Springfield, Mass. Social Science
International Relations Club Q35, Outing Club Q15, Le Cercle
Francais Q35, Cynic Reporter Q15, Golf Team QQ5, Joint Con-
ference Committee Q35.
Alice Elizabeth Whitney
Springfield. Vt. Home Economics
Health Council Q3, 445, Home Economics Club Q1, Q, 3, 4-5,
Junior NVeek Committee, Badminton Club QQ, 3, 415, W. A. A.,
Y. VV. C. A.
Anita Lina Wiegand
Maplewood, N. J. Commercial Teaching
Alpha Xi Delta, Press Club Q1, Q, 35, International Relations
Club Q15, Newman Club Q1, Q, 35, Cgnic Reporter QQ5, News
Editor Q35, Y. VV. C. A., VV. A. A.
Willard Alexander Wilcox, Jr.
Jacksonville, Vt. Social Science
Arlington, Mass. Chemist-ry
Delta Psi, Out ng Club, Chemistry Club, Corporal Q15, Ser-
geant QQ5, Advanced Military, Rifie Team Manager, V. C. A.,
Ruth Sarah Wimett
Pittsford, Vt. C'omme'rciaI T'I'GllI'l'Il-g
Pi Gamma Mu Q3, 4-5, Health Council, Vice-President Q35,
John Dewey Club QQ, 3, 4-5, Press Club QQ, 3, 415, Newman
Club Q1, Q, 3, -L5, Secretary Q35, Anim. QQ, 35, Feature Editor
Q35, Class Vice-President Q4-5, Basketball Q1, Q, 35, Manager
Q35, VV. A. A., Dean's List Q1, Q, 35, House Committee Q15,
House President Q415, Fire Captain Q35.
Mabel Elizabeth Wood
Montpelier, Vt. Literary-Scientific
Dean's List Q35.
Gordon Kendrick Young
Craftsbury, Vt. Electrical Engineering
Gold Key, Interfraternity Athletics, Basketball Q15, Base-
ball Q15, A. I. E. E., Independents, Dean's List Q1, Q, 35.
Robert Morrison Young
Starksboro, Vt. A gricnlture
Alpha Zeta, Aggie Club, Hood Scholarship QQ, 3, 45, Dean's
List Q1, 35.
M. N. Levin
D. L. Clark
VV. S. Thompson
W. M. Glass
H. L. Hutchins
A. A. Levine
Chairman, B. LISMAN
Financial Chairman, E. NICHOLSON
B. G. Brown
I ucy Briglmm
D. B. Ball
Program and Printing
D. S. Steinberg
R. A. Gomez
R. E. Pierce
T. B. McHugh
WV. VV. Stone
William' Irving Pye
Shirley Watts Mayforth
Frank Marshall Taylor
Barbara Lennox Butler
fax of 1941
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Bernord Burney, G. Sf- ..... , ....... ,.... - .... ............ Bennington, Vt-
Wayne Russell Barrows, AAP, Mu-8. Ed -............. - ......... Burlington, Vt.
Eloise Parker Bayley, AXQ, H . E., ,,,,,, U ,,,,, ,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,. ,,,,,Burlington, Vt.
Margaret Mary Beattie, Cl- ............. - ..... - ...... - ............. -.-St. Jol1nsbury,Vt-
Arnold Herman Becker, CIIEA, G. Sf' ,,,, ,N ,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,Burlington, Vt.
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Cutherine Mory Bodette, G. S-t ............. .. ....... - ............... Vergennes, Vt-
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Robert Percy Davis, AXP, Ayr. .......... - ..... . .... ........... - ...... -
Ruth Vtlright Davis, H. E-,M ,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,
Francis Milton Dellafera, G. S.",,,,,,,
. . ,,
Jeannette DrD1o, G- S- - ............... . ............ - .......,..... .....
J umes Potriek Diforio, G. S-' ............. , ...... - .... - ..... W ....
Henry Enrico DiPietro, G- S." ........ .... ,. .... . ..... - ..... .-
John Thomas Doheny, S. S. ,,,,,,
Carlo Peter Domenichini, E. E'
Tonawanda, N. Y
. .............. - ..... Leoma, N- J-
.M-.. ......... Richmond,
Essex Center, Vt.
,,,,,,,New Britain, Conn
Randolph Center, Vt.
,,,,,, ,,,, ,,-Burlington, Vt.
U, ,,.,,. Burlington, Vt.
Ridley Park, Pa.
........... - .... -Wmdsor,Vt-
, ........ - .... -Gardne1',Mf1SS-
-on-the-Hudson, N. Y.
St. J ohnsbury, Vt.
, ,,,,, ,,,,Bro0kline, Mass.
,M ,,., ,,,,South Hero, Vt.
New York, N. Y.
Mamaroneck, N. Y.
. .... . ..... - .,... M ..... - ............ -. ..... Readsboro, Vt-
Ellztllletll D0t01l, AX9, G- S-li.-.. ..... , ..... - ..... .. ........... , .... .-.Woodstock,Vt-
Elizabeth Catherine Doud, H . E., ,,,.. , ,,,,, Wm ,,,,,W,,,New Haven, Vt.
Luum Ann Douglass, H- E. .,.. .... , .... , ...... .... -...-Sho1-eham, Vt.
Sidney Dreier, G. Si..- .................... ----.-M ............ - ..... -...--New York, N- Y.
Margaret Leonard Drum, L. S. ,,,,,,,, n ,,,,, , ,,,,,. , ,,,,, , ,,,, n ,,,,, ,Mendham, N. J.
Madge Eleanor Duba, AXQ, H. E., ,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, W ,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,Burlington, Vt.
Angeline Ducas, AXS2, L- S-...M ........... , ....... ...... - ........... ,.Waterbury, Vt-
George Bernard Dunn, E. E-W, ,,.,, ,M ,,,,,, Craftsbury Common, Vt.
Howord Allen Durfee, S- S.. ...... ....- .... .... . -.-NorthBennington, Vt-
Stanley Franklin Dwinell, G. Sf- ..... .... ,. ............ - .... , -Bradford, Vt.
Glenn Downing Easton, M. E .,,,, ,M ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,uw ,,,, W ,,,, W., ,,,,, Shoreham, Vt.
Edward Oseor Eaton, S. S. ....... - .... - ............ - ...... c .... - ...... - .... --Waitsne1d, Vt-
Dorothy Francis Emerson, KA6, II. E. ,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,Nortl1field, Vt.
James Tuckerman Emott, Jr., IPAQ, S. S. ,.,,,,, ,..,,.,-Morristown, N. J.
Margaret Esherick, KA9, El. Ed .,,,, ,M ,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, n ,,,,, Philadelphia, Pa.
Mary Bernadine Esielionis II. E .,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,, ,, Shirley, Mass.
Kenneth Joy Estey, figrwi... ............ - ..... - ...... - ..... - ..... , ..... - .... .
Adrienne Beatrice Ettlinger, K. E. L., S.
S.,,,,,,,,,,Nexv York, N. Y.
Barbara Elizabeth Evans, HBIP, Sec. ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Essex Junction, Vt.
Ralph Frederick Evans, A gr-W ,,,,,, ww ,,,,, Wm
John Joseph Fahey, S. S- ........ . ..... . ..... .. ...........
Nite Thelma Felby, El. Ed.- ........... . ..... . ...... -.
Roswell Farnham, Jr., Erie, M. E-M ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, .
m""iIQQIIff.11..-Buff-lo, N- Y.
Je-on Eloise Finney, S. E. ........ - ...,. M.-- ............. . .... - ............. - ...... Malone, N- Y-
Sumner Samuel Firestone, TE1li, G. Sf
Mary Arlene Fitzsimonds, H . E.,,, ,,,,, ,
Kenneth Steele Fletcher, Jr., G.
Frederick Earl Ford, Ohem-,M ,,,,, N ,,,.,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,.w,., ,M ,,,,, ,,-Charlotte, Vt.
Evelyn Merrill Fuller, H. E-,W ,,,,,,,,,,,, W
Walter Atwood Gage, EN, Ag'r.,,,,,,,,
Lyman Vtlhitcomb Gallup, Asif, Bmf.,.,,. ..... . ..... - ...... ..-Saylesville, R. I.
R0lJel't Atkins Ganz, TEQ, S. S., ...... , ...... M.-- ....,. West Hartford, Conn.
Donald Frederick Gearing, EAE, G. SBK, ,,,,, , ,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,Bristol, Conn.
Edson Emery Gilford, Jr., ATQ, Agr .,,,, , ,,,,, M ,,,, U .,,,,,,,, East Bethel, Vt.
Marilyn Elizabeth Gile, Sec ...,, , ,.,, W ,.,, M ,,,, , ,,,,, M ,,,,, M ,,,. M ,.,, ,,Burling'ton, Vt.
Florence Alfreda Gilmore, EI. Ed-,M ,,,, M ,,,,, , ,,,,, ,,, ,,,, ,Weybridge, Vt.
Howard Oliver Gilmore, Ayr. ............. .--M ..... , ..... - ..... . .......... Tinmouth,Vt.
Doris Elaine Goodell, EI. Ed., ,,,,,, ,W
- .... - .... .-.-- ..... Pompanoosue,Vt.
Madelyn Joyce Goodhue, El. Ed. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,, M ,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,Fairfax, Vt.
Israel Goodman, TECII, G. Sf., ,,,, , ,,,,,, N ,,,, , ,,,,,, M ,,,, ,,,,New London, Conn.
Betty Doris Gordon, K.E.L., H. E.,,,, ,,,, M ,,,, , ,,,,,, , .,,, , ,,,, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Shirley Leighton Gray, HB'-Ii, L. S. ,,,,,,, mm,
Madeline Ruth Greaves, AXQ, H. E
Clara Ray Griifel, K.E.L., S. S. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,A ,,,,, ,,
Edward August Guilbert, EAE, S. S-,W ,,,, ,
Elizabeth Louise Gurney, IlBslr, II. E. ,,,, ,,,,
Barbara Macomber Hall, EI. Ed. ,,,,,
Evo Honulton, G- S..- ............. - .... - .... .-- .... - ..... - ..-
Margaret Frieda Hamm, El. Ed. ,,,,,,,
Mary Jane Hammond, KA9, H. E.,
Thomas James Hanley, III, Spa, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,
Laura Ruth Hawley, KAG, H. E. ,,,,,,,,
Henry Oliver Hazelton, EN, S. S .,,,,,,,
Richard Gerard Healy, KE, Ee .,,, ,,,,,,,,
Ora Gladys Heywood, El. Ed-,, .,,,,,,, .
William Sample Hicks, Sp.,,M,,,,,, ,,,, ,W
Bernard Mlilliam Hill, EN, M. E. ,.,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Mary Etta Hosley, AX9, El. Ed. ,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,
, ,,,, , ,,,., ,..,,Montcla1r, N. J.
....a......-...New York, N- Y-
, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, W aterbury, Conn.
- ..........., --Burlington, Vt-
...,. .... WVhite Plains, N. Y.
.- ....... - ..... --Burlington, Vt.
,,,,,,,,,,,,,l-lenlpstead, N. Y.
,.,,,,,,New Rochelle, N. Y.
..........-...-.Lynbrook, N- Y-
,M .,,,, Lyndon Center, Vt.
Ruth Etta Hopkins, S. S...- ............. - ............ - ...... --
.Manchester Center, Vt.
Ethan Victor Howard, Jr., G. S." .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, N .,,, N , ,,,,,, ,,Burling'ton, Vt.
Lyman Curtis Hunt, Jr., KE, G. S.,, ,,,,,,,
Taze Rutherford Huntley, E ' S '
- .... , .... -Morr1svllle, Vt.
IN -b- ........ -...- ....
Robert Francis Irish, AI, Ag-rl ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, N ,,,.,,,,,,,, M,Essex Junction, Vt.
' ' II 2 '
Elizabeth Charity Isham, Ll, ' . If. ..,, , ,,.,
Anton Joeobs, G. Sf .... - ........................... - ...... ...
Howard Hinmun Jacobs, G. S
Alyce Mary J olmson, EI. E11-,,
.... -.- ....... Burlington, Vt-
A ............ . ..... --Brandon,Vt.
Kenneth William Johnson, Ec. ,,,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, Winchester, N. H.
Fledo Angie JOIIBS, S- S- .... . ......................... W ........................... ..-Morrisville, Vt.
Nancy Rodgers Jones, KA6, II. E. ,,,, ,, M ,,,,,, mm, ,,,, W-Belmont, Mass.
Joseph Louis Kamber, IPEA, G. Sf, ,,,, , ,,,,,,, ,
J osepb Kaplan, It-YA, S. S..---- ............ -. ....
Francis Allen Kennedy, G. SH' ,,,,,,,, M, ,,,.,,, W,
,Manchester Depot, Vt.
.- ............ --Burlington, Vt-
.. ............ - .... -St. Albans, Vt-
Harold Walling Kennedy, End, G. S." ,,,, ,, .,,, ,M ,,,, , ,,,,,, ,,,,Waterbury, Vt.
John Begley Kennedy, EN, M. E-H ,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Bridgeport, Conn.
Robert Pardon Kenney, AXP, S. S-, ,,,,, , ,,,, M ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Auburx1, Conn.
Dorothy Priscilla Kester, Sec.,,, ,,,, M ,,,,, M, ,,,, , ,,,,
Allan Grenville Kidd, S- S- .... -- ..... -...- ..... - .... ..-.
Harriet Lina Kieslich, AXQ, Sec., ,,,,,, M ,,,,,,. ,,,
Philip Sattord Killoran, S. Ed. ,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,, ,N ,,,,, N ,,,,,
,Walkerville, Ont., Can.
..., ..... -.. .... ..-Northfield, Vt.
.- ..... ,. .... --.Burlington,Vt-
Essex Junction, Vt.
Thelma King, El. E11-.- ..... - ...... - .... - ...... A .... - ..... -- .... - ..... . ...... -Island P0nfl,Vl-
Olga Kish, See.- ................... - .... - .,... . ..... . ..... - ............ - ..... - ..... - ...... - .... -.-Florenee,Vt-
Harriet Beatrice Koblc, K.E.L., Sec ..,..... - ............ ..Witherbee, N. Y.
Raymond Curtis Lamberton, S. Ed-,,,, ,,,, M ,,,, M, ,,,, ,,,,,,Marshiield, V t.
Willinrn Carol Langlos,E'P,Ee-... ...... - ..... - ............. - ...... -...-Waterloo,Iowa
Alexander John Lapsis, Jr., KE, G. S." ,,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,,New Britain, Conn.
Raymond Francis Laramie, Ee., ,,,,, , ,,,,,, WW ,,,., M ,,,,,,.,,, ,Fair Haven, Vt.
Nona Agnes Lathrop, Sec.-, .... - ..... . ............ .. ........... - ..... M .... ..-.s..Bristol,Vt-
Maynard Jolm Lawrence, EN, E. E .,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,W,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,Akron, N. Y.
Reba Maude Leach, El. Ed-.... ............. .. ...... - ..... - ..... - ..... . ....... -........Fairfax, Vt.
Kathleen Ruth LeBaron, KA9, H.
Jacob Arolf Levin, Ee.- ............. - .... - ..............
Meyer Jacob Levin, S- S.- .............................,.......
Robert Levine, 4755, G- S- .......,. .. ............. - ....... ....- ..... A ...... ....
Eugene Gross Link, EN, M. E. ,,,,,,, ,
E. ............ A ..... ....
Burlin ton, Vt
- .................. B rooklyn, vi X
Harvey Turner Llppe, '-PEA, G. S." ,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, .,.,,,.,,,,,, ,Burlington, Vt.
Frank Howard Livak, AW' ..................... ,. ..... M ................... A ..... ..Rl1tl21nd,Vt
Cleo Lovina Lovett, EI. Ed. ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,, ,, ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Bennington, Vt
Herbert Frank Lowe, TECIJ, G. S. ,,,,,,,. , .,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,., , ,,,,, ,Brookline, Mass
William Ray Lyman, G- S- ,............... .- ..... - ..... -,South Londonderry, Vt.
Jane Elizabeth Lyons, IIBQIJ, S. S .,,, , ,,,,, , ,,,,,, , ,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,, New York, N.Y
Harold Bernard MacDonald, Jr., KZ, Agr.- ....... St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Richard Thomas McDonough, KE, G. S., ,,,,, , ,,,,, , ,,,.,,,,,,, Woburn, Mass
Henry Hill McGinty, ATU, G. S. ................... - .................. Wauregan, Conn.
Barbara Read McIntosh, H . E .- ...... . ........... - ............. South Royalton, Vt.
Katherine Mary Mncl-r,E1-Ed-.- ...... - ............ - ..... - ...... - .......... Vergennes, Vt-
Jesse Margaret McKinley, EI. Ed.,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,, .,,,, ,,VVells River, Vt.
Loraine Catherine Mahar, AEA, Sec., ,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,Fair Haven, Vt.
John Paul Mahoney, G- Sf- ...... . ................... . ...... . ............ -...Stonehnm, Mess-
Donald William Maley, KE, S. Ed. ,.............. Great Barrington, Mass.
Thomas Keeshon Malone, Jr., EAE, Mus. Ed ..... -Burlington, Vt
Armstrong Maltbie, S. S- ..........,................................. .. .... -..Brant Lake, N- Y-
Barbara Jessie Mann, KA6, II. E .,.,,,,,, ,,,,,, , .,,.,,,, N orth Easton, Mass.
Gertrude Louise Mann, KA9, S. S .,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, B urlington, Vt.
Warren Kendall Manning, Ec. ,,,,.,,,,,,, , ,,,,. , ,.,,,, , ,,,. ,,,,,,,,,, l Burlington, Vt.
Elizabeth Pauline Marshall, IIBCI1, Sec. ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,Burlington, Vt.
Madeline Elsie Mnrtin, El- Ed.-- ............................ - ............ - ............ Milton,
Virginia May Martin, SP-- ...... . ....., . ..... - ..... - ......
Joseph Raymond Massucco, BAE, G. Sf,
Shirley Vtlatts Mayforth, IlBfIJ, H. E. .,,. , ,..,
Manchester Center, Vt
,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Bellows Falls, Vt
Grnce Meeken, HBQP, G. S. .... - ..,................... - ..... . .... ............... Portland, Me
Maywood Almira Metcalf, HBCIP. L. S. .......... ............. - Vifaterbury, Vt
Samuel Edgar Miller, A'I', S. S- ................................ . ............ ,St. Albans, Vt
Bettina Mary Miner, El- Ed. ........ - .................... - .................... ,..,Hinesburg, Vt
William D'Arey Miningham, Jr., BAE, G. S. ,,,,,,,,,,,, Newark, N. J
Chester Earl Minkler, Mus- Ed- ...................... -- ..... - ..... - ............ -Proctor,V'f
Margaret Emma Moody, Ser- .......,......................
Curtis Arthur Moore, Ag-r. ,,,, , .,,,.,,,,,,,
Donald Argyle Morrison, E. E. ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,
Waterbury Center, Vt
Doris Lilynn Munley, El- Ed- ............. - ......,...... - ........................ -Alburgr, Vt
William Joseph Murphy, 1I1A9, G. S. ,,,,,,,,,., ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,Beverly, Mass
James Harold Nelson, -45112 ........ . ..................... - ............ ,East Ryegate, Vt
Irene Lucy Newton, G- S- ........ . ..... - ..... , ............. - ..... - ....
Dawn Emily Nichols, AEA, H. E. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Dorothy Grace Nichols, H. E. ...... - .................... - ............. -Malletts Bay,
VVest Hartford, Vt
.,,,,,,,,,Malletts Bay, Vt
Elmer Lincoln Nichols, AXP, Ayr' .......... , ..... - ..... .. .... ....VVestminster, Vt
Harry NVilliam Noyes, ATO, S. Ed., ,,,,, , ,,,, North Bennington, Vt
Francis Walter Nye, Al, Ayr ..... - ...... - ...... . ..... - ..... - ........ -...- ....... -...Barton, Vt
Floyd Richard Olson, AT9, Ee- ................ - ..... - ................... -Bur1ington, Vt
Henri Louis Pache, TAB, G. Sf, ,,.,, , ,..,,, , ,,,,, M ,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,,,,Burlington, Vt.
Evelyn Patricia Paciulli, KA9, S. Ed .,,, ,,,,., F ort Ethan Allen, Vt.
Christopher George Palans, G. Sf ,,,, , ,,,, ,, ,,,, ,, ,,,,, ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,Burlington, Vt
Gerald Imlah Palmer, E. E.,,, ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, , .,,,, , ,, ,,,, ,,,,Williamstown, Vt
Marianna Louise Palmer, Mus. Ed., ,,,,,,,,,
Ernest Frederick Paquette, Agr., ,,,.,,.,.,,,,,
George Reddington Pease, EI. Ed. ,,,, , ,,,.,,,
Evelyn Ann Perkins, EI. Erl.,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,, , .,,, ,,,,
Louise Gertrude Peters, AXQ, H. E .,.,. ,,.
Melvin Clyde Phillips, AXII, E. E., ,,,,,,.,,,
Louis Plehlerrl, Mus. Ed- ...................................................... M .... -
, ,,,, , ,,,, M1dd1ebury,Vt
..........-St. Albans, Vt
James Buckley Pignona, fbA9, M. E., ,.,,,, , .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,Morristown, N. J
Betty Pike, El. Ed- ............................... . ................... .............. - ........ Y Valden, Vt
Louis Fabien Pine, QA6. G. S." .................
Lawrence Arthur Pion, S. Ed. ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,
Rose DeLima Poquette, El. Ed. ,,.,,,,, ,,,,
William Lisle Potter, QA9, M. E. ,,,.,,,,,,,,
Littleton, N. H
Grand Isle, Vt
Paul Raymond Poulin, AI, Mus. Ed., ,.,,,, ,,.,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,Bur1ington, Vt
Elaine Julia Pratt, EI. Ed ..... ........................................................ N Vergennes, Vt
William Arthur Pratt, QA9, G. Sf .,,, , ,.,,,,, , ,,,. , ,,,,,,,.,,,,, , ,.,,,,., Rutland, Vt
William Sanford Preston, Jr., fI1A9, Ec. .... . ........ -.......Burlington, Vt
Frank Richard Proctor, EI- Ed- ................,..... - .................... . ........ Ludlow, Vt
Irene Valentina Prondecki, AXQ, H. E .,,.,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,Turners Falls, Vt
Madeline Flora Putter, H. E. ................................................... Townshend, Vt
William Irving Pye, EN, Ee- ............................................................ Pittsford, Vt
Emanuel Max Racher, TEfID, G. Sf ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,.,,, Bridgeport. Conn
Roger Gibbs Ramsdell, QIFAB, M. E..,,Rockville Center, L. I., N. Y
Jonathan Buckminister Ranney, fIPA6, G. S.
Long Island City, N. Y
Vera Flora Renney, S. S. ........,..............,................................. St. J ohusbury, Vt
Earl Greene Reed, Ee- ............. ........................... O akfield, N- Y
Milton Paul Reiser, IDEA, G. S. .,,, , ,.,,,.,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,
Marion Lucy Rice, KA6, H. E., ,,,,, ,
Elizabeth Ross Richmond, AXQ, S. S., ,,,,.,,,.,,, , ,,,,, St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Floyd Charles Rising, BAE, S. Ed. ,,,, ,,.White River Junction, Vt.
Edgar Franklin Roby, AXP, Ev., ,,,,, , ,,,,, ,, ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, Montpelier, Vt.
Elizabeth Helen Roche, L. S., ,,,,,,,,,.,
John Gerald Roche, E- E- .... - ........... . ............. -.
Frances Allen Rogers, EI. Ed.,,,,,,,,
New Britain, Conn.
.. ............ Granville, N. Y.
Gilman Belcher Roorl, AXP, G- S." ............ - ............. ..... ,.St. Albans, Vt-
Eileen Frances Rooney, AEA, Sac. ,,,,,, , ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,. , ,,,,,, ,St. Albans, Vt.
James Albert Root, EA, C. E.,, ,,,,, ,,
Marion Aletta Root, AXQ, H. E.,
lven Booth Ross, KE, G. Sf ............. - ............. - - .... - .,.......... St. Albans, Vt.
John Russel Royer, KE,Ec-W ..... ....--...- ...... - .... - ...... . ..... -...Westfield,N.J.
Raymond Blank Rubens, lI12A, S. S.,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,, , ,,,,, , ,,,, ,Brooklyn, N. Y.
Miriam Barger Rubin, K.E.L., S. ,,,,,, , ,,,, ,, ,,,, ,,Brockton, Mass.
Henry Jerome Rulfo, G-S.'..--...- ...... . ...... - .... - ..... - ...... . ..... ,...u-.....Barre, Vt-
Harold John Rush, Ailf, G. S.',,,, ,,,., , ,,,,, , ,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, , .,,,, ,M ,,,., ,Newport, Vt.
Richard Salmon, EAE, S- ............ - .... .. .... ...... Stanhope, N. J.
Seeman Samuels, QEA, Chem. ,,,, , ,,,, ,
Carrye Samuelson, K.E.L., Sec. ,,,,,,
..............Kingston, N- Y-
.. .... - ....... - ...,. - ..... - ....... Burlington, Vt-
Beatrice Satter,II- ................................. - ..... - ...... . ........ Bennington,Vt.
Jean Betty Saul, K.E.L., S. S ...,..... ,
Doris Shirle ' Schlaf S. S
J -...... ................... .. .... .. ......... ......... . ..
Dorothy Schwenger,,Mfus. ErI.,,,,,.,,
..... - - ..... - .... -Fitchburg,Moss-
Walter Gordon Seeley, AXP, E.
Albert Joseph Senuta, KE, Ec. ,,,, , ,,,,
Mary Eleanor Shandoff, AEA, H. E .,,, ,, ,,,,,.,,,,,. , ,,,,,., , ,,,, Burlington, Vt.
Rae Gwendolyn Sheehan, AXSZ, H. E., .,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,, Newport, Vt.
Max Mitchell Shuman, TECIP, G. Sf, ,,,,, , ,,,,, ,,,,,, , ,.,,,,,,, F itchhurg, Mass.
Kathryn Mane snliman, EI. ...... - ........,... - ...........,. .ml-1,.,gt.,.,,vf.
James Edwin Simpson, KE, G. Sf- ...... - ............ - .... - ..... -St. Albans, vt.
S- Sirkin, G- Si..- .... - ...... - ..... . .... -....,...-,....- ..... - .... W ..... -New Britain, Conn.
Ransom Orcutt Slack, AXP, .fl g1'.,,, ,,,, ,,,,, .,,,,,,,, Randolph Center, Vt.
Melvin Herbert Small, AXl', G. S.",,, .,,,, , .,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, ,Burlington, Vt.
Dorothea Smith, S- S -....... ...... - .... - .............. - ............ . ..... , .......... B ur1ington,Vt-
Robert Norman Snider, Ee. ....... ..... M .... A .... .. ..... - ............ - ..... - ,Boston, Mass.
Janice M. Spear, AEA, Mus. Ed., .,.,,,.,,,, ,,,
Horace Harrison Squire, Jr., C. E. ,,,, , ,,,,,
Mnlcolm Allen Stork, G- S-it .... - ...... - ..... N ..... - ...... - ......................... Jamaica, Vt-
SCYIH0111' Star, G. S .............. - ................,................. -- ........... M ........... Brooklyn, N. Y.
Carole Esther Stetson, AAA, Secs., .... A .... - ...... South Burlington, Vt.
Jean MacMillan Stewart, S. S. ,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,, ,, ,,,,,, ,,Rawal Pindi, India
Burt Clifton Stone, Jr., 22111, S. S.,,,, ,,,, , ,,,, W ,,,,,, , ,,,, , ,,.,,,, ,,,,Hardwick, Vt.
Norman Kenneth Strassburg, AXl', S. Ed.
North Tonawanda, N. Y.
Jessie Swan, L. S. .......... - .................... - ..... - ..... -- .... -..- ...... -, .... - ...... Danvers,Mass.
Azel James Taggart, G. E., ..... . ..... - ..... .. .... - ...... .. .... - ...... .. ..... .....Cl1Sl3lCt0l1a Vt-
Madeline Edna Tatro, EI. Ed. ,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,, Highgate Center, Vt.
Frank Marshall Taylor, EAE, Sec. Ed., ,,,,, , ,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,Brattleboro, Vt.
Donald William Thayer, AXII, S. S.,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,Burlington, Vt.
Mary Jeanette Thompson, IIBIP, Sec. ,,,, , ,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, Burlington, Vt.
Norman Williams Thompson, EQ, S. S., ,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,Bellows Falls, Vt.
Olethn Nelia Thompson, El- Ed-- .... .. .... M ............ - ...... . .,.... . ..... -Bristol,Vt-
Edith Louise Topkins, K.E.L., L. S. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,, ,,,, ,Brook1yn, N. Y.
Caroline Trask, 111345 Sec .... - ..... - ............ - .... .. ............ - .... - ..... -Itochester,Vt-
Virginia Mercedes Tremblay, EL. Ed.,.- ...... Highgate Center, Vt.
Frank Joseph Trigilio, KE, S. Ed.,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Oakfield, N. Y.
Franklyn Haven Utley, EAE, G. S., ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, West Hartford, Conn.
Owen Malcolm Van Hise, AXP, C. E., ..... , ...... - ..... - ..... ...VVoodstock, Vt.
Helen Walker, L- S. .......... - .....,...... .. ............ - .... - ..........
George Merrill W'HTda Ayr' ............ - .... . ...... -. ......... ..
Hazel Marion Warner, AAA, H. E.,,, ,,,, ,, ,,,, ,,
, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,New Haven, Vt.
Peter Waterman, E- E. ........ . ....... - .................. - ..... - ............ Hartford, Conn.
Virginia Evelyn VVeyell, H. E..- ................... .......... .. ..... - ..WiliSt6d, Conn.
Harry Ernest Wheeler, Agr. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,,,,, West Charleston, Vt.
Jeannette Lucille W'hipple, KA9, H. E. ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,Montpelier, Vt.
Howard Harvey VVhitcomb, Agr. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Rupert Elmer White, EN, G. S." ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Audrey Mae Wilcox, H - E- ...................... . ..................... .............
Geraldine Moe Wilcox, Sec- .......,...........,...............
Harold Irving Williams, Jr., KE, S. S.
Robert Lyons VV1ll1ams, KE, E. E. .,,,,,, , ,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, B urlington, Vt.
Harold Strong Willson, AI, O. E. ,,,,,,,,,,,
Thelma Wohnsky, See. ............................
Arthur Dave lVolk, KPEA, G. Sf' ,,,,,,,,,,,
,., ,,,,,.,, VVest Rutland, Vt.
Elizabeth Anne Wood, L. S. ,,,.,.,,,,,,, , ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, B randon, Vt.
Nlortha Jean Wright, AAA, Sec- .......,................................... Burlington, Vt-
Vtfilliam Howard VVright, ATQ, G. S."' ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,., Middletown, Conn.
William Elwln Young, M- E- ..........................
Beatrice Zeichick, K.E.L., Sec. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,
..,.................. -...Berre, Vt-
.,, ,.,,,,,,, Chelsea, Mass.
Donald Joseph Nutter
Anne Seymour Olmsted
Mark Kinsley O'Toole
Joan Frances Lynch
Carolyn Joyce Bell, KA9, L. S.,M ,,,.,, , ,.,,., ,
Collamer Martin Abbott, L. S. ,,,,,,,,.,, ,M ,,,, M, ,,,,,,,,
Roberto J one Abbott, S- S- ....... ...M ,............ - .....
Francis Elizabeth Abel, KA6, G. S. ,,,, MM,
Xudel Lester Adler, G- Si.- ............ - .... - ............ .
Lawrence Martin Agan, G. Sf' ,,,, , ,,,,,,, M
Robert VVilliam Agan, G. S." ,,,, ,M ,.,,,,.,,,,,,, ,
Marjorie Elaine Albro, AAA, Soc. ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,
,,,,,M,,,,,,,,M,Montclalr, N. J .
Verna Margaret Allen, H. E.MM ,,,,, M ,,,, M ,,,, M ,,,.,, ,
Norman Bruce Altenberg, TEYII, G. S. ,,,,,,,,,,,
Vir inia Elizabeth Amidon, S S
g ' . ..... -- ..... -.
Carl Marius Andresen, Jr., GAB, S. S
, ,,,,,,,, MNew York, N. Y
- ............. Burlingthn, vt
George Vt allace Andrews, EN, S. S. ,,.,.,,
Geraldine Pearle Annis, L. S. ,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,
Lillian Elsie Aronson, AXQ, Ee. ,,,,,,,,,, ,
- .............. .....,..Bt11't0l1, Vt
George Francis Bablts, Chem-.. ............. - ............. - ............... Greenfield, Moss
Dorothy Jane Badger, AEA, Sec.,M ,,,,,, M
...... ...Burl1ngton, Vt
Franklin Wharton Baker, Jr., EAE,
Charles Raymond Bannon, ATU, G. S
. ,,.,,, Merchantville, N. J
....-......Glens Falls, N. Y
Fulvro Berdossl, S- S- ......... W ..... - ........... - ..... --..,.....s..-.M .......... ., ..... ....Berre,Vt
Shirley Isabel Barney, El. Ed. ,,,,,,,, M ,,,, , ,,,,,,
Herbert Basch, TEfb, G. S.M ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,
Clinton Arthur Baxter, G. S. ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,
Ralph tVilliam Beck, C. E. ,
Richard Sperry Beinecke,
Mildred Edna Belville, EI. Ed.,M ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,
Bernice Emma Benedict, AAA, S. Ed.
Adelaide Phillips Bennett, Sec. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,
,......... ....-..Mad1son, N- J
J efersonville, Vt
Anna Ruth Berman, Ix.E.L., G. S.,,M ,,,., M ,,,,,,,,,,,,, M,,,MNantasket, Mass
Leonard Stanley Berman, TEfIf, E. E
Paul Van Wyman Berry, S. Ed. ,,,, M ,,,, M ,,,,,, M
Barbara Ruth Bishop, AXQ, Sec. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
MM ,,,,,, Hinesburg, Vt
Mary Speat Bissell, AEA, El. Ed. ,,,, MM,,, ,,,,,
Leicia Annette Black, K.E.L., Soc. ,,,,,, ,,M,,M,,M,,m ,,,,.,,,,,,, Burlington, Vt
Ruth Merle Boelsen, G- S-..- ..... . ...,....... . ...... M ..... M.
Milton Borofsky, '-PEA, S. S. .,,, , ,,,,,, M ,,,, M ,,,,,
Anne Hale Bottomley, KA9, S. S. ,,,, MM.,
,,,,M,,,,,Saxtons River, Vt
..........-......Elmhursta N- Y
. ............ .... a...-Keene, N . H
...- .... M ...........,..... Burlington, Vt
Orchard Park, N. Y.
Wilfred Henry Bourdeau, Agr.,,M ,,,,,,,,,,,,, M ,,,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, Middlebury, Vt.
Norman Joshua Boyden, Jr., Bus. ,,,, MM
Orrin Marnald Brawn, M-us. Ed.,,M ,,,, , ,,,,,
Priscilla Gifford Bra ton, IIBQ, S S
y . ............. .. .... -
Barbara Ruth Brewster, EI. Ed. ,,,, M,M,,M ,,,,,,,, ,,
., ............. -Portlond, Me
,,,Fall River, Mass
MM ,,,,., M,,,MM,Cambrid ge, Vt
William Moffett Bronson, Jr., B-us. ,,,, M ,,,,, M ,,,,, M ,,,, M, ,,,,,, Lancaster, N. H.
Barbara Augusta Brown, S. S.,M ,,,,, M ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,,,, MMTorrington, Conn.
Lester Putnam Brown, Jr-, EN, Bus- .... - ..... M ............. .PittSfield,MeSs-
John Stuart Burgess, EQ, S. S- .... - ..... . .................. N .............. Burlington, Vt-
Everett James Burlando, S. S.,M ,,,,, , .,,,,., MMM ,,,,,, M,,,MMDorchester, Mass.
Barbara Butterfield, L- S-., ..... M ..... - ..... ...M ..... - ............. m ..,.. Manchester, Vt-
Millicent Hoyt Butterfield, EI. Ed. ,,,,,,,,,,,, M ,,., MM ,,,,,., St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Maurice Guy Buzzell, Jr., Agr. ,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,. ,
Floyd Walter Campbell, Agr.M ,,,,, , ,,,,,,
Robert Lackie Carlson, Ayr. ,,,,,, M ,,,, M,,,
John Hamilton Carpenter, M. E. ,,,, ,, ,,,,,
...- ..... . .,... -Pittsford, Vt
...-. .... - .......... Stratford, Vt
M,,,,,M,,,,,M,East Ryegate, Vt
Honorme Carrier, S- Ed- .... -....-- ..... - ..... -- ..... -...
Isabelle Margaret Carter, G. S.MM ,,,, M,
Steve Frank Catania, S. S. ,,,,,.. M ,.,, M ,..,
Elizabeth Ball Cha.ii'ee, L. S.,,,M ,,,, M ,,,,,, MM,
,,,,,,,,,,MSt. J ohnsbury, Vt.
s .............. St- J ohnsbury, Vt
..................,..Garfield, N- J
M, ,.,, M,Enosburg Falls, Vt
Ethelyn Lois Chaffee, S. S., ,,,,,,,,,, M,M,,M ,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,, Enosburg Falls, Vt
Carol Christiansen, G. S. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, M ,,,,,, MM M ,,,, M,,,West Hartford, Conn
Donald Lyndon Clark, E. E- .... - .... . ...... , ...... . ............ . .... , ......... Waitsville,Vt
Emory Flagg Clark, G. Sf. ...... -.... ....... ...W .... . ...... M .... .,...VVllldSOI',COI1H
Lucille Vian Clark, AAA, II. E.,,MM ,,,, , ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, M ,,,,,, M,,,Rutland, Vt
Orlando Richard Clark, E. E. ,,,,,,,, MMM .,,,,,, , ,,,,, M ,,,, East Montpelier, Vt
Russell Leland Clark, Chem. ,,,,,,,, ,MM ,,,,,,, MMM ,,,,,, North Springfield, Vt
Millicent Edmunds Clough, S. S.M ,,,,, M,
Wanda Emma Cobb, KA9, H. E.,,M ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,
..................Rutherford, N- J
Burlin on, Vt
Corrinne Pratt Coilin, Soo- ....,........ - .......... M ..... - ....
Julius George Cohen, KPEA, G. Sf ,,,, M ,,,,,,, M ,,,,,,,,
Sumner Harold Cohen, GIEA, G. S." ,,,, M ,,,,, M,
Manchester Depot, Vt
Anne Bertha Cohn, G- S-' .... - ............. - .............. -...--.... ........ Larchmont, N-Y
Warren Baker Collins, Asif, Agr.,M ,,,, M,,,
Marie Annette Connery, G. S. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, M
VVilbert Leon Conrad, Jr., S. Ed., ,,,,,, M,
June Elizabeth Cook, El. Ed., ,,,,, M,,,M,,,,,,
M..- ...... - ...... Colchester, Vt-
M ,,,,,,, ,St. George, Vt
M ,,,,.,,,,,,, Morrisville, Vt
..- ..... , ...... - ...... -...Wilder, Vt
Nancy Frances Coon, KA9, S. S.- .,.... . .... ..... - ...... . .... -...Albany, N- Y-
Elizabeth Tunstall Cooper, S. S. ,,,,,,,,,, M ,,,,, , ,,,,, Merchantville, N. J.
Clark Edward Corliss, Asif, Chem. ,,,,,,,,,, M ,,,,,, M ,,,,, , ,,,, M ,,,,,, St. Albans, Vt.
George Desmosthenes Corsones, S. S.,,,M ,,,, M ,,,,, , ,,,,, M, ,,,,,,,, Rutland, Vt.
Alexandrina Georgette Coutu, El. Erl.,,,M ,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Westfield, Vt.
Ralph William Crane, Jr., S. Ed. ,,,, M ,,,,, M ,,,,, , ,,,, M ,,,,,, M ,,,,,,, Stamford, Conn.
Joseph Charles Creed, G. S.",M ,,., , ,,,,,,,,,,,,
.., ............ , .... .. ...... Rutland, Vt,
Peter Stanley CZttCll0l', G. S .............. - .............. , ........... Center Rutland, Vt.
Frank Andrew Dalton, G. S. ,,,, M, ,,,, M ,,,,, , ,,,, ,
Douglas Putnam Dann, Ayr- .......... . ........ - ................
Barbara Emma Dane, EI- Ed- .... - ...... M ...... ...... . .
William Allen Daniels, rIDA9, Bus. ,,,,,, M ,,,, MM ,,,, ,
Rita Davidson, K-E-L-, S- S-- ............. ........ - .....
M ,,,,,,,,,, Bridgeport, Conn.
,,,,,,,,North Pomfret, Vt.
..............,...Brooklyn, N- Y-
Helen Me-ry Dnvls, S- Ed. ........ a ...... . ..... .M ..... - ..... - ............ MorriSvile,Vt-
Louise Alethe Davis, S. S. ,,,, M, ,,,, M, ,,,,
Lydia Louise DelGiudice, G. S. .,,,,,,, M,
Catherine-Jean Dewart, L. S. ,,,,,,,,,, M
Mary Randall De Yoe, H. E. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,
.M ..,.. .............. N orthfield, Vt-
....,.....s..Paterson, N- J -
Anitn Theresa Diltone, El. Ed- ...... - .... - ..... - .............. ..... a...Bnrre, Vt.
Paul Allen Dicke, 2411, M. E.,,M ,,,, M, ,,,,,,,,,,, M ,,,, M,,,Upper Montclair, N. J.
Dorothy Ruth Dickinson, EI. Ed .,,, M ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,Bellows Falls, Vt.
Morin Juliet Dietrich, S- S- ........ . .......... - ............ . ....... -.... .... -Bur-lington, V t-
John Dominic Dimichele, G. S."M,
Jerolemon Carmaine Ditore, S. S
Martha Lynette Doe, Mus. Ed. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,
Marguerite Julia Dolmey, Sec.,M,,
Vllllllam Frederick Dooley, Jr., S. S. ,,,, M ,,,,, M ,,,,, , ,,,,, , ,,,,, MM,
VValter Irving Dorion, S. Ed., ,,,,,,,,,,, M ,,,,,,,,
Richard Young Dow, U. E.M ,,,,,, MMM,
Colin Campbell Drown, Agr. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Norman Evans Dnbie, G- S-' ........................
George Spaulding Dunlap, C. E.,
Donold Gordon Dunn, E- E. ........ - .... .. .... W ............
Harriet Pearson Dustan, G. S.tM ,,,,,, MMM,
... .... .. .............. PUU-ltneys
.....,.......Brooklyn, N- -
, ,M ,,,,,, M,Bradford, Vt.
- ..... - ...... Burlington, Vt-
- ...... - .... -..Newport Vt-
.. ...... MGraniteville,Vt.
.- .... .. ..... ....Burlmgton, -
.Craftsbury Common, Vt.
Hllda Verne Ebare, H- E. .... . ............ L .- ..... - ..... A ............ - ...... ,...FairfoX,W
Barbara May Edward, G- S-.W ..........., -. . ....... - .... - ............. , ............ Barre, Vt
Jean Malot Evans, 2111, S. S. ,,,, M ,,,,,, M,,,
Catherine Helena Farrell, H. ,,
Harold Hoffman Feigenbaum, .... ....., ......... ........... .
Bus. ,,,, , ,,,,,, M ,,,, Hartford, Conn
Flora Elwnbeth Flfield, L- S..- .......,.....,................ - ..... ,.. ......... Randolph, Vt
Helen Moy Finch, H- E- .... - ...... M ...... - .... . ..................... -- .... Schenectady, N.Y
lillllot Finer, TES, G- Sf' .......... . ..............
Leonard Vllright Fisk, Atlf, Bus. ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,
Miriam Louise Fiske, AXQ, L. S. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
Cello Flelsehmonn, EI- Ed-.- .............. ..,M ..................... - ............ .
Robert Allison Forbes, G. Sf' ,,,, M ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Samuel Joseph Fotl, G- S-" ....... - .... . ..... - ............ ............ - .............
Ernestine Martha Freeheart, El.
Myrna. Gertrude French, L. S. ,,,, M ,,,,,, ,
Donald lteld Frey, G- Sf.- ..... . ........... - .... -.. .... . .........., ..-
Barbara Marion Gallagher, AXQ, L
Mnry Lorrame Gannon, G. S. .... - ..... - ...... M .... . ........ . .. ....
Beatrix Florence Gibson, AAA, G. S.M,,,
..- ...... - .... - ..... ,-. .... . ..... Richmond, Vt-
Ed- .......... ............... . .......
-S-- ...... . ....... - ...........
West Hartford, Conn
..... .- ...... Richford, Vt
Melvin Milton Gipstein, TEKP, G. S." ,,,, , ,,,,,, M ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,Hartford,Co
Antoinette Joan Blanche Girard, H. E.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, ,
Edward Bernard Godfrey, QA6, M. E.M ,,,,, , ,,,,,, , ,,,,,, MM
Melvin Elliott Godniek, KIJEA, G. S.M ,,,, M ,,,,, M ,,,,, , ,,,,, ,New York, N.
Robert Seamon Goldber , KIDEA G. S tt
8 - ............. . .... - ......
Nancy Guild Goodwin, AXQ, S. ,,,,,,,,,, M ,,,, M ,,,,,, '
Gladys Moe Gorton, S- Ed- ....... M..- .........
Arthur Newman Gosline, Jr., Aslf, I3f1Lsi',:,,,M ,,,, ,M ,,,, M,,,,
Georgina Frances Greene, L. S. .... - ............. - ...... - ..... . ...... ..
Kenneth Martin Grout, E. E. ,,,,,, , ,,,,, M ,,,,, MM ,,,, M ,,,, MM,
Sylvln Core Guoy, H- E-...M .... - ..... s .....
Carl Clarence Guynup, EN, G. S." ,,,, M ,,,,,
Gerald Leon Haines, G. S." ,,,,,, M,,,,M, ,,,,
St. Albans, Vt
South Wallingford, Vt
.... - ...... .....st.A1bans,Vt
.M .... . ........... Rutland, W
. .... - ..... .. ...... -...,...Borre,
Jean French Hall, KA9, Mus. Ed. ,,,, M ,,,,,,, M ,,,,, M ,,,,,, M ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Charlotte, Vt
Shirley Anne Hall, AXU, H. E., ,,,,,,,,,,, M ,,,,
Eric Adrian Hamilton, IPAQ, C. E.,,,M,M ,,,,,,,,,,,,
MM ,,,,, M ,,,,, East Randolph,
Centerport, N. Y
John Albert Hamilton, Bus- .... - .....,.............. M .... - ....... . .......... Burlington, Vt
Robert 'William Harvey, G. S." ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,, MM ,,,,, Mlsland Pond, Vt.
Melvin Albert Hawes, BAE, CI .,,, M ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, M,,MFitchburg,Mass
Charlotte Elizabeth Heath, AEA, H. E. ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,, West Haven, Conn
Leona Stella Heath, G- SF' .,.. . .... - ...... M ........... - ..,................................ Orleans, Vt
Key Gilda Heller, K-E-L-, S- S .......,... . .... -. ......................... B1'ockton,MHss
Nora Eunice Hill, Mus- Ed- ............. - ...... - ...................... Lyndon Center, Vt
Phylhs Medlne Holcomb, G- S- .................... M .,.....,.................,...... .
Katherine Clement Holden, KA9, C. E. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, M,
Milton Holtzman, QEA, G. S.",,M ,,,,,, , ,,,,,, M,,,,
Chester Arthur Holzman, KPEA, .-1gr.,M,,
Eleanor Lucille Hopkins, G. S .,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,
James Edward Horvath, Jr., KE, G. S.
Jolm Niclas Houpis, EAE, G. S.",,M, ,,,,,
Alice Newton Howe, AXSZ, L. S. ,,,, M ,,,,,,, M,
........... - ..... a.Brooklyn, N-
,M ,,,,, M, ,,,, MLyndon Center, Vt
VVest Toronto, Ont
Harvey Hart Hubbard, E. EMM ,,,,,, , ,,,,, , ,,,,, , ,,,,, MMM, ,,,, M ,,,,,, St. Albans, Vt.
Helen Frances Huckabee, El. Ed.,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,, MRandolph Center, Vt.
Roger Bryant Hunting, EAE, S. S-.M ....... . ..... - ............ ..Springfield, Vt.
Barbara Jenn Hyde, S- S.-- ..... - .... M ............ . .... ......,... - UpperD-f1rby,Pa.
Betty Ailso Ingalls, AAA, Sec- .... - ...,......... . .... . ............ -Fulton, N. Y.
Phyllis Ray Ingram, G. S."M ,,,,, MM, ,,,,, M ,,,,,, M ,,,,, M,VVaynesboro, Pa
Carol Dorothy Isnksen, H- E--M .... .. ..... - .... ..... - ...... ,St. Albans, Vt
Ellen Agnes Islnun, H- Il.- ............. -..W .... - .............. . ...... - ...... Burlington, Vt
Charles Itzkowitz, TEIIU, G. S." ,,,, , ,,,,
Doris Olga Jareckie, S. S. .... , ...,. , ....,,
Ruth Evelyn Jones, L- S- .... - ............ . ....., - ....., - .... - ......
Jane Robinson Judd, AXQ, L. S.M, ,,,, MM
Matthew Raymond Kallman, M.
M ,,,,, M,,,New London, Co
.M ...... - .... -...Madison, N- J
.- ..... -. ..... MMelrose,MF-SS
Randolph Center, Vt
Theodore Kombour, Jr-, Ayr- .... - ............. .. ..... - ............. s ..... Montpelier, Vt
Martin Herman Karelitz, IDEA, G. S.",,M ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,,Haverhill, Mass
Victor Kerren,G'-Sf- .... .....-..., .... M ...... . ..... - ...... M ..... - ...... A ......... Yonkers,N-Y
Charles Jacob Katzew, 'lJEA, S. S. ,,,,,, M.,
Edward Allen Keenen,Jr-,G-S-..- ...... - ..... M ..... . ..... - ...... M..
Evelyn Pearl Kellett, El. Ed. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, MMM,
Mary Rose Kelty, Sec- ........ M... .... , ..... - ...... - ..... - .... .M .... -.Ridgewood,Is
David Samuel Kenet, WEA, S. S.,M ,,,,, M ,,,,, M ,,,,, MM,
Joyce Kenyon, H. E-., .... - ..... - .... - ...... , .... A .... M ....
Gail Ferguson Klinger, AAA, H. E.,,MM ,,,,,,,,,,, M ,,,, ,M,,
Edmond Jolm Kodys, KE, U. E. ,,,, M ,,,,, M ,,,,,,
Katherine Terese Kyle, II. E.,,M, ,,,,, M ,,,, MMM, ,,,, M ,,,, MM,MM,,
James Thomas Kearney, ATU, G. Rutland, Vt
-...- ...... - .... Waterbury' Vt
..- ..... . .... Springfield, Vt-
.Glen Ridge, N. J.
...... .... .. .... Gardner, Mass.
James Wilbur Lake, S. S., ,,,,,,, NNN.
Vilhite Creek, N. Y
,Saxtons River, Vt
Phyllis Jenn Lake, S- ...... ...... .
Ethel Carolyn Lamb, See.NNN ,.,,,,,,.,,,, NNN
Mitchell Franz Lambert, E. E.,N ,,,, N A,,, N
Lillian Conant Landon, H. E. ,,,,,,,, N ,,,,,, NN,
Malcolm Frederick Lavelle, E. E.N ,,,,,,,,,,,
Jnmes Rice Lowler,B"us. ...... - ...... - ..... - ..... -.
VVilliam Patrick Leamy, A g'r.NNN .,,,,,,,,,,,. N
Brooklyn, N. Y
New Haven, Vt
............Fuir Haven, Vt
Jeanette Rose Levin, K.E.L., II. E. ,,,, N ,.,,,,., NN .,.,,,,, Burlington, Vt.
Brooklyn, N. Y
Bernard Jack Levinson, WEA, G. S- ......... M .... - ...............
Elizabeth Carol Linn, S- S.-- ..... . .............. - ....
Joseph Nicholas Lionti, G. SJ' ,.,,,..,... N ,,., N ,,,. N ,.,,,
Erva Ruth Livingston, AEA, H. E. ,,,,, ,N ,,,,
West Dover, Vt
Frederick Pomeroy Logan, EN, Che-m.N ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, N ,,,,, S pringfie1d,Vt
Clifford George Long. EN, Ayr -.... -- ..... - ..,..... .- ............ Oakfield, N- Y
Herbert John Long, EN, Agr.-- ............. . .,....... .................... 0 ukfield, N. Y
Anne Stockwell Lovell, AAA, H. E'.,N ,,,,, N ,,,,,,,,,,,, N.NBellows Falls, Vt
Joan Frances Lynch, H- E..- ...... . .... - ............ M ........................ Burllngton,Vt
Richard George Lynch, KE, G. S."N ,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, N ,,,,, Burlington, Vt
Dorothy Frances McCormick, AEA, El. Ed.,,, ,,,,,,,, Burlington, Vt
Robert Henry McEwen, 3rd, fi1A9, B118 .... ., ...... - .... Ogdensburg, N. Y
Mildred Irene Mack, G. S..- ..... . ..... - ..... - ................................. New York, N.Y
Jenn Lnise McMahon, EI. Ed ............. - ..... - ..... . ..... N .....,............. -- ....... Barre, Vt
James MacGregor MacMartin, AXP, G.
S- .... . .... - ....... .
Frank Eugene McPherson, E- E.-- ................,.,......... -..
Margaret Elizabeth McPherson, EI. Ed.-. ............ -...Graniteville, Vt
,,St. Johnsbury, Vt
Mildred Arlene McRae, EI. Ed. ,.,, N ,,,, N ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, NN,
Robert Arthur Magnant, E. E. .,,,,,,,, N ,,,, NNNN
John George Maniatty, C. E.,N ,,,,, N
Dorothy Ruth Manion, G. S.NN ,,,,,, NN.,
Jean Storer Mann, H. E ........ - .... .. ............. -,.
Hempstead, N. Y
Irene Beverly Msnseuu, El- Ed. .... - .... - ....... - ..... . ............ . ......... VVll100Sl41,Vl3
Copeland Harris Marks, Ayr- .... M. ............ - M ............ - ......... Burlington,Vt
Gwendolyn Esther Marshia, H. E., ,,,,,, N,
Christine Shirley Martin, S. S. ,,,, N ,,,,, N ,,,,,
Pearl Rogene Marvin, H. E .,,, ,... , ,,,, N ,,,,,, N NN,
William Roland Matthews, G. S." ,,,,,,, N ,,,,, N ,,.,,,
Cortiee Edward Mayville, Ayr. ,,,,,,,,
.... ......... Cambridge,
NN,Fall River, Mass
Leon Joseph Menard, J r., G. Sf.- ...... - ...... .....
.Utica, N. Y
Frances Ann Merritt, H- E. ................ . ...... M ............. - .......................
Joanne Jeanne Metcalf, Ulirlr, G. S-'... .... M ..... . ............... Yllaterbury, Vt
Clark Gillette Miller, 4159, G- S. ............. -. ..... - ........... M..
Greenland, N. H
Janet Cameron Miller, S. Ed.- ...... M ........... - .....
Ruth Arms M1llCT,S00-, ..... --.- .... W ............
Ruth Madeline Mongeon, EI. Ed.NN ,,,,, ,N
Allen C-handler Moore, Erlr, DI. E. ,,,,,,,, NN,
Donald Lincoln Moran, E. E .,,, NNN ,,,,,,,,,
Sydney Smith Morgan, E- ....................
.- .......... . .... J erlcho,
Dorothy Hannah Murphy, EI. Ed..N ,,,,, N ,,,,,
VVilliam VVolfe Musicant, G. S.N ,,,, N ,,,,, N ,,,,,,,,,,,, N NN ,,,, NNNBurlington,
Patricia Nadeau, AAA, El. Ed. ,,,,,,,,,, N,
James David Neill, EI. Ed.,N,, ,.,,, N .,,, N ,,,,.,,
Harriet Sofia Nelson AXQ G. St
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William John Newcomb, Eus. ,,,,,,,,, N, ,,,,, NNNN
Murray Frank Newman, TEQS, G. S."NN,N
Sylvie Noble, See-., ..... W ..... - ........... ......
Ruth Belding Norcross, H. E.NN ,...,. N ,.,, ,
Maxine Elisabeth Nute, L- S- ...... ........ .......... ....
.N ,,,, Burlington, Vt
,.... ...... - ....... Windsor, Vt
New York, N. Y
Donald Joseph Nntter, drA9, G- S- ........... .L .... - ...... - ..... -...
Gilbert Burton Oakes. Erb, C'lw1n.NNN
Vililliam Francis O'Brien, G. S.+N ,,,,,..,,,, N ,,,,, N, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Bridgeport. Conn
Gloria 0ling,S.S. .... - ..... . ..... , ...... . ....... ,...- .... H ..... , ....... ...... Brooklyn,N-Y
Anne Seymour Olmsted, L. S .,,,,, ,.,,,
Calvin Olslian, CIIEA, Bus. ,,,, N ..,,,,,,,,,, ,
Ruth Evelyn Orr, H. E., ,.,,,,,,,,,, N ,,,,,, N.,
Richard Tabor Otis, Aslf, M. E. .,,,,,,,,,, N
Mark Kinsley O'Toole, KE, B-us .,,,, NN,
Phyllis Charlene Ovitt, Mus. Ed.NN ,,,,, NN
Hilda Leone Paquette, H. E., ,,,,,, N ,,,,,,,,,,
.............Albnny, N- Y
Enosburg Falls, Vt
Harriet Ann Parker, S- ..... - ..... - .... - ............. N .......
Rollm J ames Parker, E. E. ................................................ Essex Junction, Vt
Chester William Partridge, KE, Chem.N,N ,,,,.,,,,,.,,, ,..,, B urlington, Vt
Lawrence John Partridge, Ayr.- ..... - ..... - ........... ...M ........... . ....,.... Barre, Vt
Robert Douglas Paterson, C. E.,N ,,,,,, N ,,,,,, .,,,, N ,,,, N ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, B arre, Vt
Charles Cole Patterson, Bus.-- .............. - ..... - ..... , .,... . .... -Wa1den, Vt
Gratia Houghton Pearl, KA6, H. E.N ,,,,,,,,,,
Stanley John Pekala, G. S." ,,,, N ,,,,,,, N ,,,,,,.
Wallace Frank Penrose, Bus. ,,,,,,,, NNNN
John Madison Perry, G. Sf ,,,, N ,,,,,, ,N ,,,,, N ,,.,,
Judith Perry, AXQ, L. S.,,N ,,,, N, ,,,,,, N
Catherine Marie Peterson, S.
N ,,,., N ,,,, NBurlington, Vt
.. ..... ,.--. ..... . .... Barre, Vt
Merton Sabin P1ke,Ag-r-... ....... . .... . ...... ,.... ..... - ..... - ...... . .........,..
Stanley Raymond Pike Jr. AXP, G. S., ...... ....- ..... .. ..... Burling'ton,Vt
Edith Louise Pinkertoli, H., E. ,,,,,,, N .,,, N ,,,, N ,,,,,,, N ,,,, N ,,,,, ,,,,.. M ontclair, N.J
Barbara Lois Potter, H. E. ,,,,,,,, N,
.M ..... - ..... .. .... - ..... .. ............ Middlebury,Vl
Carl Arthur Pratt, Jr., C. E. ,,,,,,,.,,,,, NNNNN ,,,, N ,,,,,, N ,,,, N ,,,,,, Cuttingsville, Vt
John Holden Pratt, Jr., Agr.,NN ,,.,, N, ,,,,, N ,,,, N ,,,, NN,
Norma Mar'orie Preston, Sec
J - ............
Donald Homer Prior, E- E.-- ..... -. .... . ........ .
Myrtle Edith Raymond, EI. Ed. ,,,, N ,.,,,,,,,,,,, NN
Alice Beatrice Relchman, H. E. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, N ,,.,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, New York, N. Y
Max Lawrence Resnick, SEA, G. S.',NNNN
- ..... - ..... s..Burlington,
North Clarendon, Vt
.. ........ s..Amherst, Mess
Merle Congdon Reynolds, Jr., KE, M.
Myers Jay Reynolds, Jr., Esb, G. S.NNN
Harold Edward Rice, KE, B-us. ,,,,,,,, NN
E ..... --.West Dennis, Mass
...N ..... . ...... ...... ........ Malone, N.Y
,N ,,,,,, NNorth Haven, Conn
Hester Doris Rice, H. E. ....... W-.. ....... - .................... M ..... - ...... Derby Line, Vt-
'llllle Everen lllflflell, AAA, El- Eff- .......... ,... .. .... ........-Graniteville, Vt
Forrest Edward Rivers. S. S..- ..... - ....... . ...... - .... - ...... - ............. Vergennes,Vt.
Dorothy Norma Rockwell, Mus. Ed. ,,,,,,,,, N ,,,,,, N ,,,,, N ,,,,, N ,,,.,,, NAlburg, Vt.
VVilliam Alexander Roeder, EAE, CLNNN ..,, NNQueens Village, N.Y.
Sara Elizabeth Rome, S. S.,,,N ,,,,, N, ,,.,, N,,,,,N, ,,,,,, , ,,,, NN ,,,. Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.
David George Rousseau, ATU, G. S.',N ,,,,, N ,,,,,, N ,,,,,, N ,,,,,,, Grand Isle, Vt.
Scott David Rowden, BAE, Ayr.- ..... W .... ., ..... - ..... . ...... ,Wells River, Vt
Marion Etta Roy, Sec .... .. .................... - .......... ................ M olden, Mess
Louis Michael Rozek, G. S- ............. . .... - .............. - ...... ...... Berlin, N. H
Louise Mary Rugg, H- E....- ..... - .... . ............ W ..... - ...... EssexJnnction,Vt
Jsnice Ellen Russell, H. ..... . ...... M ................... - ..... M .... -...Hinesburg, Vt
Janet Elizabeth Rust, KA9, H. E. ,,,,,,,,, N ,,,,,, N ,.,,, ,N ,,,,,, N ,,,, Burlington, Vt
Bernard Rynowecer, sIrPDA, S. S. ,,,, N ,,.,, NNNNN ,,,, NN ,,,,,, N ,,,,, New York, N.Y
Antoinette Josephine Salvator, G. S.,N ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, N ,,,,,, N, ,,,, N NBarton, Vt
Margaret -lui' Ssnflell, EI- Ed-- ...... . ............ - ...... . ..... - ......... Burlington, Vt
Sanford Savin, TEfIr, G. SW ,,,.,,,,,,, NN ,,,, N Bridgeport, Conn
James David Sawyer, EN, G. S." ,,,,,,,,,
Robert Clayton Sayre, ATQ, Bus. ,,,,,,,,,,
N ..... - .... - ..... St.Alhans,Vt
..... - ..... ...Wsdhams,N.Y
Ethel Grace Schermerhorn, H. E.N,N ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, NEssex Junction, Vt
Charlotte Louise Scott, EI. Ed.,NN, ,,,,, N ,,,,, N ,,,, N ,,,,,,,,,,,., N ,,,, NBurlington, Vt
Sherburn Clyde Searl. Jr., EAE, Bus. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, NN ,,,, N ,,,,, L udlow, Vt
Harry Reid Seivwright, KE, Bus. ,,,,,,, N ,,,,
Robert Warren Selvig, Bus. ,,,,,,,,,, NN ,,,,,.,, ,
Frederick Allen Shaw, KE, Ohem.,N ,,,,,
...- ..... - ..... - .... Montpel1er,Vt
.....................-....-Westfield, N- J
.- ....... South Yarmouth, Mass
Donald Milburn Sheldon, M. E. ............. . ......... West Springfield, Mass.
Ethel Bartlett Shippee, AXQ, EI. Ed. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, N ,.,,, N ,,.,,, NWest Dover, Vt.
Loren Wendell Shores, L. S- .... - .................... . ............ - ............. - ............ Barre, Vt.
Charles Ambrose Shortle, Jr., 1l1A9, G. S." ,,., N ,,,,, ,NNN,NMilton, Mass.
Helen Silverman, S. S. ........ -..- ...... . ..................... . ............ - ...... 'Woodmere, N. Y.
Grace Watts Simpson, S. S-.- .... - ...... - ...... W .... - ..... - ............ -...Westfield, N.J
Stanton Slfkln, G- S-'W ..... . ...... - .... - ..... .. .............. . ...... . ..... ,.New Britain, Conn.
Sidney Herbert Sisselman, QEA, B'u.x.NN ,,,,., N ,,,,,,,,,,, NPittsiield, Mass
Me-ry Pettee Skinner, S- S -.... ......... - ...... - ..... - ........... , . .... -New York, N.Y
Arnold Chauncey Smith, Ayr. .... - ....... -..W ..... . ...... . ..... . ..... . ......... Barton, Vt-
John Anlllnnb' Slnltll, G- S-'..., ..... - ..... . ...... ....... ... ..... ,......Springfield, Vt
Roger Frederick Smith, G. S."NN ,,,. NN ,,,,, NN., ,.,,,., ,,,, N ,.,, N ,NWaitsfie1d, Vt
ll0deriCk Lee Slnith, EN, E- E- .... - ..... M ..... M ...... - ..... ....,.... - ..Richford, Vt
Werner Newman Snow, ATQ, Bus. ,,,, NN ,,,, N ,,,,. N ,,,,,, N ,,,, N,Burlington, Vt
John Joseph Spasyk, S- Ed-.... ..... .. ..... . ....... ......... .......... . ....... .Pittsfield, MIISS-
Ruth Spiwak, K.E.L., Sec. ,,,, N ,,,,, N ,,,,, N ,,,,,,,,,,,,, VVest Forest Hills, N. Y.
George Clifton Stanley, Jr., AXP, M. E.NN ,,,,, N ,,,,,,, N ,,,,,,, Burlington, Vt.
Merthe Jane Stearns, H. E.- ...... . ........... , ..... - ..... - .... -...St.Johnsbury,Vt
James Humphry Stephen, EQ, U- E-.- ..... - ...... . .... . ...... Copper Cliff, Ont
Robert Crandall Stewart, Bus. ,,,, NNN, ,,,, N ,,,, N, ,,,,, NN ,,,, N ,,,,, Montpelier, Vt
George Hazen Stickney, C. E.,N ,,,., NN N ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, East Thetford, Vt.
John Joseph Stigiano, G. Sf ,,,, N ,,,,, NN ,,,,, N ,,,.,,.,,,,,,, North Bergen, N.J
Frank Howard Stimets, G. S31 ,.,,,, NNN ,,,, ,N .,.,,,,,,,,, N ,,,, N,,Burlington, Vt
Normnn Renwick Stoddnrd, Ayr- ............................... - .................. Groton, Vt-
Glenn Clayton Strecter, Ag'r.N ,,,,,, NNNN ,.,, N ,,,,,,, N ,,,, N ,,,,,, NEast Concord, Vt
James Albert Sudhay, Jr., G. S." ,,,, N .,,.,,, N ,,,,, N ,,,, N, ,.,.,,, Gloucester, Mass.
Randall Ellsworth Sullivan, KE, S. Ed. ,,,,,,,, N ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Burlington, Vt
Wfrino Miljo Suojnnen, EAE, Bus..- .............. ....... - ............ -Lud1ow, Vt
June Nathalie Swanson, KA9, Sec.,NN ,,,, N ,,,,,, NN,,Schenectady,N.Y
Abraham Swartz, CPEA, G. S." ....................... - ..,.. - ..... -..Roxbury, Mess
William Pomeroy Swift, EN, Bus.,N, ,,,, N ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, N, Barnstable, Mass
Segmunt Joseph Sysko, E. E. ,,,,,,,,,, N ,,,,, NNN ,,,,,, N N, ,,,,,, ,Bellows Falls, Vt
Margaret Elizabeth Tackley, El. Ed. ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, N, ,,,, N ,,lVlHl0IlC, N. Y
W,l1iam VVinston Talbert, Chem. ,.,,,,,, N.
Virginia Elinor Taplin, H. E.N ,,,,,. NNN,
.... .... M ........... VVaterbury, Vt
N, .,,, NN,Fair Haven, Vt
Jnnet Taylor, G. S- .... - ...... W..- ..... . ...... -..M ..... - ...... - ., .... -Attleboro, Mass
Robert Dwight Thayer, ATU, Sec.NN ,,,,, N ,,,,,, N NNN ,,,, ,,Burlin5on, Vt
John Merritt Thomas, Aq-r.,N ,,,,,,,,,,,,, N ,,,,,,,, ,
Lorraine Mae Thibault, El. Ed. ,,.,,,,,, N
Grace Ellen Thompson, EI. E'rl.N ,,,,,,,,,,, N
William Burke Tooles, ATQ, G. S." ,,,,,,,..,
Alverette Marcia Torrey, EI. Ed.N ,,,,,, NN
John Stuart Torrey, Bin.-r.N ,,N,,,,,,, N ,,,,N,,,,,,,
M .................... - ..... Waterbury, V t
.... .... ..... - ..... - .... -Milton,Vt
,,, ,,,,, N ,,,., N,Burlington,Vt
....,..................-...Y0nkers, N. Y
Elmer Leonard Trefren, G. S., ,,,., , .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N ,,.,, NN ,,,, N,Lyndonville, Vt
Guy Thomas Trono, El. Ed...-- .... - .... - ..... . ..... ., ..... ,...- ....... -Burlington, Vt
Barbara Helmer Tucker, AEA, EI. Ed.,N ,,,,, NN .,,, NN,,,N,Bayside, N.Y
Norman Douglas Tucker, 2111, S. S ..,,, ,,.,,,,,, N N ,,,, N ,,,,,,,,, Fitchburg, Mass
John Joseph Tulley, S- S-m .......... - ............. - ..... - ...... - ....... - ...... Lawrence,M,,ss
Shirley May Tuthill, H. E.-- .... , ........... - ...... , ..... - ..... W .... M ...... -Hardwick, Vt
Cecile Rite Villemaire, EI. Ed. .... - ...... M .... H ..... H .... - .............. Winooski, Vt
Clarence Edward Wade, Che-m. ,,.,,,..,,, NN ,,,, N, ,,,,, N .NNNNN N ,,,,, N ,,,,, ,N ,,,, N,,Milton, Vt
Robert Donald Vilakefield, G. S. ,.,,,,,,,N NN
...-...,, ..... - .... , .... Burlington, Vt
Alfred Samuel VValker, Jr., sbA9, B'us.,N,NVVellesley Farms, Mass.
William Chester Walker, Jr., Ayr- .... ---M ............. . ..... .. ..... - .... -Cabot,Vl2-
K1-rtlierlne Word, El- Ed..- ............ - ..... . ...... ..-
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Margaret Ward, See.-. ..... . ..... - .... - .... - ...... - ............. - ..... -North Danville, Vt
Alexander Lee VVarden, ATQ, G. S32 ,,,,., NNN, ,,,,. N ,,,,,, West Barnet, Vt.
Merle Flugg Warren, SP-... .... - .... S .... , ...... ,.... ..... S .... - ...... Waterbury,Vl1
Harry Abel VVay, II, KE, M- E..- ..... - ......... .M ..... ....... ...... Burlington, Vt
Charles Alymer Webster, Ag-r.NN, ,,,,, N ,,,,,,, N ,,,, N ,,,,,,, N,NN ,,,,,,, NOrleans, Vt
Frederick Henry Webster, Ayr. .... . .... . ...... . ..... - ...... . ...... . ..... - .... Orleans,Vl
Walter Eugene Weisman, G. S .,.,, N ,.,,N N, ,,,,, N ,,,,,, Fort Ethan Allen, Vt
Dean Herbert Wheeler, G. S."N ,,.,,N,,,,, N ,,,,,, ,N ,,,, N ,,,,,,, N ,,,, N ,,,,,, Marshfield, Vt
John Joseph White, Bus. .... . ..... . .... W ...... ...M ............. - ...... - ...... Needham,Mass
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Founded at Syracuse
FIRST ROW: ROWE. SCOTT.
DEAN SIMPSON. RIST. TAY-
LOR. SECOND ROW: HEALY.
Akraia Chapter Established 1924
President, KATHRYN Sco'r'r
V ice-President, MARTHA Rxs'r
Secretary, PRISCILLA SAVAGE
Historian, PAULINE Rowm
Editor, HARRIET ANDERSON
Librarian, BETSEY TAYLOR
Miriam Healy - Pauline Rowe
Martha Rist Priscilla Savage
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Pres. Guy VV. Bailey
Rosendo A. Gomez
John A. Hunter
John C. Husing
Francis C. Leonard
Howard L. Minckler
FIR S T ROW: LEONARD.
PRES. BAILEY, HU NTER
SECOND ROW: HUSING
MINCKLER, GOM EZ
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Chairvnan, ELIZABETH BIARLOVV Secretary, CHARLOTTE FINLEY HALL
Jean Elizabeth Brehmer
Jean Olive Butler
Eleanor Hall Fletcher
Mildred Florence Guttormsen
Mary Jane Howe
Doris Cinda Kinsley
Mary Phyllis McGovern
Elizabeth Louise Myers
Mary Cobb Nelson
Florence Isabel Wfade
FIRST ROW: WADE, KIN5-
LEY, MYERS, M A R L 0 W.
HOWE. HALL. NELSON. SEC-
OND ROW: KEHOE. BUTLER.
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FIRST ROW: THAYER
ALLEN, PROF. T U P P E R
SECOND ROW: JOHNSTONE
Howard A. Allen
Everett C. Bailey
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Robert E. Johnstone
R. Walker Robinson
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Barbara Ann Bagby
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A. H. Becker
R. L. Burke
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A. G. Healy
F. H. Livak
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J. E. Simpson
B. C. Stone
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W. H. VVrigl1t
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Founded at William and Mary College, 1776
Alpha of Vermont, Established l848
President, LESTER M. PRINDLE Corresponding Secretary, BIARION K. ARKLEY
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Pauline F.. Hunt
Constance L. Knight
Margaret E. Corliss
Kenneth A. Laplant
Ruth C. Maurice
Janet G. Lanou
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Deane F. Mosher
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John VV. Robinson
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Beverly R. Nute
Maolyn D. Osgood
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Roy O. Buchanan
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Fred D. Carpenter
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George G. Groat
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Ralph M. Holmes
Pauline E. Hunt
Forrest W. Kehoe
George V. Kidder
Constance L. Knight
Melvin H. Laatsch
Helen R. LeBaron
Margaret A. Levarn
Julian I. Lindsay
Geno B. Lucarini
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Anna S. Lutman
Miriam N. Marston
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Arthur B. Myrick
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Randolph S. Towne
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Founded at Ohio State University, I897
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J. E. Doan
F. M. Skelton
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H. H. Russell
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J. S. VVhitw0rth
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Established Vermont 'I932
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Founded at the University of New Hampshire, 1922
Alpha Gamma Chapter, Established I927
President, R. E. PLUMB
Treasurer, R. QUIMBY
Prof. Bennett Douglass
Prof. Melvin Laatsclx
E. C. Dimick
C. E. Harmon
C. A. Lafley
Secretary, R. R. ROGERS
Faculty Advisor, PROF. BENNE'FT Douomss
Prof. Kenneth Sheldon
Mr. Carleton VVrigl1I:
Mr. VV. Howard Martin
G. H. Martin R
L. D. Paquettc R
Graduate Student Members
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FIRST ROW: PROF. SHEL
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PLUMB. ROGERS. MR
QUlNBY.' FAQUETTE. SEC-
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MON. LAFLEY. SHELDON
President, Amer: COAPLAND
Lucy M. Brigham
Harriet A. Canedy
Alice C. Coapland
Jeanne N. Dennis
Mary O. Fifield
Muriel E. Hutchinson
Norma M. Lessor
Vice-President, lxlURlEL HUTCHINSON
Secretary, Doms C. KINSLEY
Mary M. Rasines
K. F. Beaton
Jean E. Brehmer
Marcelyu H. Clark
Gunhild E. Isacksou
Elizabeth M. Jorgenson
Treasurer, RUTH VVILLIAMS
Doris C. Kinsley
Elvira F. Palermo
Ruth H. VVilliams
Ethyle R. VVolfe
Martha L. Baker
Margaret M. Beattie
FIRST ROW: SWANN, CAMP-
BELL. KINSLEY, COPELAND.
W I LL I A M S. DENNIS, FI-
FIELD. SECOND ROW:
BAKER. PALERMO. ISACK-
SON. PROF. PRINDLE. LIS-
MAN. LESSOR. BREHMER
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Pres. Guy VV. Bailey
HONORARY ATHLETIC FRATERNITY
Milton H. Aldrich
Daniel B. Carroll
Fred S. Kent
Archibald T. Post
Howard A. Prentice
John L. Beckley, '34 Joseph J. Delfausse, '344 John H. Suitor, '38
Onslow S. Brown, '34 Austin H. Ross, '37 Frederick Tupper, Jr., '32
Theodore P. Budz
yna, '38 Loyal S. Vllright, '33
Elmer L. Nicholson
HONORARY HOME ECONOMICS SOCIETY
Vermont Phi, Organized 1925
'r ANDERSON Secretary-Treasurer, Marianne Muse
Margaret I. Liston Marianne Muse
Marjorie E. Luce Bertha M. Terrill
Lucille Bristol Laura Dustin
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President, BERNARD LISMAN
Vice-President, MARGARET TVHEELER
Secretary-Treasurer, ROBERT Llriovsxcv
National Correspondent, ELEANOR BRonx'
L. VV. Dean
M. D. Powers
L. M. Prindle
L. A. Vlloodward
HONORARY DRAMATIC SOCIETY
Presizlent, T. B. BICPIUGH, '39
Business Zifanagers, B. FRANIK, '39
J. THAYER, '4-0
Property Managers, BIARY FIFIELD, '39
BARBARA SMITH, '40
FIRST ROW: SMITH. BLISS. Mc!-IUGH. TREAT. THAYER, FIFIELD
SECOND ROW: BOUCHER. GREY. SHOEMAKER. LECHNYR. BALL
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HONORARY FORENSIC SOCIETY
Founded at the University of Indiana, I908
Vermont Chapter, Established I9'I2
FIRST ROW: NELSON. WHEELER. LISMAN, BRODY, JOHNSTON
SECOND ROW: PROF. PRINDLE. GLASS. BURKEWITZ. PROF. DEAN. MR. POWERS
P. B. Shoemaker
E. G. Sedlis
M. Solin B. Frank
Lois Brown T. B. McHugh
A. Datnoff D. Ball
M. J. Boucher
Mary Jane Lechnyr
H. V. Middlewortlx
J ane Lyons
G. Rood Shirley Gray
E. Dangel Dorothea Smith
Jeanne YVo0lley Janet Rust
Nancy Coon C. Marks
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Dlamzger, H. Minokler
1-lssismm' lllanagers, D. Graziano
Coaches, J. Sabo
Captain, I.. Kimball
Manager, D. Graziano
.ffssisirzvzt lllanagmw, J. Royer
Coaches, J. Sabo
Fortified by a powerful freshman club plus a varsity
who lost only five men through graduation, Coaches
Johnny Sabo and Roy VVietz were able to whip together
the best football team seen on the Vermont campus since
1923. Nine of the last year's frosh fought their way into
the starting line-up, with Co-Captains Jones and Husing
at halfback and guard, respectively, being the only upper-
classmen on the team.
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Trinity .,.,. ....... C ancelled
Rutgers ..,.,.,., 14 15
Colby .,...... 9 6
Union ...,.,,....,.................,.. 7 7
New Hampshire ...,.... 20 0
Norwich ......,....r.......,...... 20 G
St. Lawrence ......... 12 0
Middlebury ........ 0 7
VVon .............. 4
Lost ........,,.... 2
Tied .............. 1
The squad reported early and had been through the
fundamentals and conditioning work by the time school
opened. A bad break was received when Arnie Levine, a
senior, dropped from the team because of reasons beyond
his control. However, with the added power of Frank
Taylor and Pike Trigilio, the backfield displayed sur-
prising drive and the squad went on to a most successful
season, losing but two games on the entire schedule.
MANAGER MINKLER COACH SABC
COACH SABC GIVING INSTRUCTIONS CAPTAIN-ELECT KIMBALL
FIRST ROW: MANNING, REED, DEPALO. CROSSLEY. MURPHY. BROUTSAS. LAWRENCE. RISING. NICHOLS. MACDONALD
SECOND ROW: SQUIRES. STONE. WHITE. KIMBALL. BELARDINELLI, HUSING. JONES. PERRY. PRIOR, ROBINSON. DAVIS
THIRD ROW: ASST. COACH WIETZ, MGR. MINCKLER. TAYLOR, WHALEN. PYE. TRIGILIO. SALMON. CORBETT, STRASSBURG, CARLSON. MALEY SEELEY
ASST. COACH EVANS. COACH SABO
The Trinity Game
The season got underway to a freak start when a heavy
storm disrupted transportation from Hartford, Conn.,
and the game was forced to be cancelled.
The Rutgers Ga me
Frankie Taylor and Pike Trigilio stamped themselves
as coming greats of Vermont football teams as they raced
eighty-nine and sixty-three yards, respectively, to score.
Taylor added the two conversions. Rutgers scored twice
and added one conversion but a valiant Vermont team
fought them off until two minutes before when a host of
the scarlet linesmen broke through to block Ki1nball's
punt and scored a safety.
The Colby Game
Vermont made their first appearance at home against
the strong Colby team. The Cats trailed 6-0 until late
in the quarter, then the boys in the Green and Gold
came to life to pull the game out of the fire and win
9-6. "Apple" Pye tied the score when he scored on
a fumble. Taylor's placekick was good and shoved
the Cats ahead 7-6. Norm Strassburg scored the
elineher when he broke through to tackle Hatch, of
Colby, behind the goal line for a safety. Diminutive
lied Crossley, who had proved himself a capable pilot,
sustained an injury which hampered the Cats for the
remainder of the season.
The Union Game
On a warm summer day a favored Vermont team was
held to a tie by the hard-fighting "Dutehmen', from
Union. A long pass from "Mac" McDonald to little
Georgie Broutsas was matched by Hammerstrom's score
just before the half ended. The Catamounts clearly
outplayed the Union eleven, but couldn't score the pay-
off touchdown. Frankie Taylor again was the star,
getting very nice runs and picking up yardage.
The New Hampshire Game
The Catamounts gave Coach Johnny Sabo sweet
revenge as they pounded the New Hampshire VVildcats
A TENSE MOMENT
into submission to the tune of 20-0. After a New Hamp-
shire touchdown was called back for clipping, the green-
and-gold-clad warriors went to town. Taylor was once
again the whole show as he sliced offtackle on consecu-
tive scoring jaunts of ninety and sixty-five yards. Tay-
lor passed to Pye for the third score and added two con-
versions to complete the scorings for the day.
The Norwich Game
The Norwich Horsemen gave indication of a new
regime as they held the highly vaunted Cataniount oiifense
scoreless and scored a touchdown themselves, to lead 6-O
at the half. The Vermonters came back after the inter-
mission and pushed three touchdowns over the last stripe
to take the victory. Trigilio, Pye and Jones scored in
rapid succession and Taylor contributed to the downfall
of the Kaydets by adding two conversions to bring his
total up to eight out of ten attempts.
The St. Lawrence Game
Vermont wiped out bitter memories of past defeats bv
the Larries as they handed the Saints a tvyo touchdown
defeat on a wet, muddy field. Jones ran sncty Cl0'llt y ards
offtackle to the Larry two-yard line but the Saints held
the Vermonters. Not to be daunted, the Y ermonteis came
back and scored on a long pass from Pike Trigilio to
Bill lye. Taylor intercepted a wobbly Larry pass to
score an unnecessary second touchdown on '1 pretty hfty
The Middlebury Game
The old Middlebury jinx cropped up again as they
pulled the biggest upset this season, beating Vermont by
a lone touchdown. After battling to '1 scoreless tie
through the first half the Panthers struck through the air
midway through the third quarter to score by lurk,
Midd's captain. Vermont came back fighting furiously'
VVith two minutes to go, deep in their own territory they
opened up with a passing attack that carried them down
to the Blue and VVhite five-yard line in four play s How
ever, time ran out and Vermont again yy as the WlCtll11 of
the Middlebury jinx.
The 1938 edition of Vermont's football team was one
of the greatest ever seen on the hill. They made a name
in the eastern part of the country when they battled a
vaunted Rutgers team to a standstill before dropping
the decision 15-1-1-. Rutgers, incidentally, went on to
beat Princeton later.
Vermont was handicapped throughout the season by
injuries. First Anso Belardinelli, first-string end, went
out with a bad knee for the rest of the season. Then Red
Crossley went out in the Colby game for the rest of the
season. Taylor was handicapped with a charley-horse
during the middle of the season. Boots Lawrence went
out with a badly lacerated face received in the St. Law-
Huge praise must be heaped on big Roy lVietz, who
took the six raw sophomores and molded them around
Capt. Jack Husing into a line unit. Their defensive
record is an indication of his ability. Only forty-one
points were scored on them in seven games.
Scanning the record books, it was noted that Vermont
chalked up eighty-two points during the 1938 season.
qcormg honors vsere dn lded among six players who were
greatly responsible for the fine season's record.
Star scorer was Frank Taylor, sensational sophomore
from Brattleboro. VVith four touchdowns and eight
points after touchdowns to his credit, he led the Green
and Gold with a total of thirty-two points.
Another sophomore, Bill Pye, functioning as an end,
was close behind Taylor with a total of four touchdowns
for twenty-four points. Three other second-year men
were active in scoring. Pike Trigilio and George Bront-
sas garnered twelve and six points, respectively, while
Norm Strassburg picked up six points by tackling a
Colby carrier in the end zone for a safety. The remain-
ing touchdown was made by Co-Capt. Davy Jones.
Five Vermont men placed on the Free Press all-state
eleven. Those honored were Taylor, Trigilio, Pye,
Strassburg and Carlson. Dick Salmon and Co-Capts.
Davy Jones and Jack Husing gained berths on the hon-
orary second team.
The finest running back seen on the Vermont gridirons
was born in the person of Frank Taylor, sophomore star.
Taylor scored thirty-three points. Trigilio and Pye also
developed into the best blockers seen in Vermont.
Prospects for next year are better because of losing
only three men through graduation and a frosh club
that was undefeated and tied but once.
I'liV2'Z5l.fy of Wzmont koitez
Name Class .-
G. M. Broutsas '-l-1
H. H. Crossley '4-1
J. T. Prior '39
D. H. Jones, 00-Cf'apLuiu. '39
R. Salmon '41
F. C. Rising '41
H. B. MacDonald ' '41
D. XV. Maley '41
Ii. VV. Robinson M '40
VV. 1. Pye i '41
H. H. Squire T141
F. J. Trigilio 'Ll-1
E. G. Reed '41
W VV. Stone '39
J. C. Husing, 011-Ullflllllill '39
H. G. Carlson '41
M. Parry '39
D. Whalen '4-1
M. J. Lawrence '41
L. C. Kimball 'ALO
VV. J. Murphy, Jr. 341
F. M. Taylor '441
A. Belardinelli '40
N. K. Strassburg 'Ll-1
J. F. Corbett '41
VV. G. Seeley '41
H t. Pos.
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6' 1 " End
6' Fullba ck
Brattleboro H. S.
Bellows Free Academy
Nutt 'l'errac'e H. S.
Hartford H. S.
Searles H. S.
Wilkinsburg H. S.
Rutland H. S.
Waterbury H. S.
Oakfield H. S.
Oal-:field H. S.
Springfield H. S.
Lynbrook H. S.
Brattleboro H. S.
Green Mt. Jr. College
Akron H. S.
Lowell H. S.
Brattleboro H. S.
North Tonawanda H. S.
North Tonawauda. H. S.
Middlebury H. S.
St. Albans, Vt.
Schenectady, N. Y.
Stanhope, N. J.
White River Jet., Vt.
Great Barrington, Mass
Oakfield, N. Y.
Oaktield, N. Y.
Lynbrook, N. Y.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Akron, N. Y.
North Tonawanda, N. Y
North Tonawanda, N. Y
VERMONT IN ACTION
FIRST ROWQ KODYS, BABBITS, HAMILTON, GOSLINE. RICE, C. LONG, O'TOOLE, WHITE
SECOND ROW: SPAZYK. CORSONNES. GILBERT. GUYNUP
THIRD ROW: MGR. THOMPSON. PRATT. PATTERSON. DOWLINS. NUTTER. HORVATH. KALMAN. LAWLER. H. LONG. MCCUEN. GODFREY. OLSHAN REYNOLDS
Captain, H. E. Rice
Mawzager, YV. S. Thompson
Coach, J. C. Evans
Green Mountain Junior College 0 0
Vermont Junior College 19 0
Norwich Junior Varsity 29 6
Middlebury Freshmen 20 0
The freshman eleven initiated the season with a hard-
fought struggle with Green Mountain Junior College
which ended in a scoreless tie. Although both teams
threatened to come across with a score on several occa-
sions, neither was able to account for a tally. Out-
standing for the Kittens was Guynup, whose amazing
speed netted him extra yards when most needed. In their
second contest the frosh handed Vermont Junior College
a 19-0 lambasting and showed definite signs of duplicat-
ing the record of last year's freshman grid team. They
outplayed, outsmarted and outrushed their opponents
in a gratifying display of power and skill. Guynup
collected the first score on a sweeping end run, while the
second tally came as a result of a reverse, Gilbert to
Spasyk. Coach Evans' second team was given oppor-
tunity aplenty to participate in the game, but the oppos-
ing eleven was no more successful than they had been
with the first-stringers. Paced by Guynup, the frosh
won an easy 29-6 victory over the Norwich Jayvees in
their next encounter. Vermont scores came as a result
of runs by Guynup and Corsonnes and two blocked
punts. Briggs, Norwich halfback, raced fifty yards
for the Cadets' lone marker. By completely outclassing
the Middlebury freshmen to the tune of 20-0, the younger
members of the Vermont Cat family finished a successful
undefeated season. VVorking with machine-like pre-
cision, the strong eleven, led by Misty Rice in the line
and Mickey Gilbert in the baekfield, ran roughshod over
a courageous but ineffectual Midd eleven. Hal Rice
broke through the Middlebury defense to block a punt
on the fifteen-yard stripe, giving the Kittens their first
tally. Gilbert scored in the second quarter and Long
picked up another six points in the final canto. Having
shown promise in the early G. M. J. C. game, the frosh
team shaped up rapidly to complete a very successful sea-
son, collecting sixty-eight points while their opponents
scraped up a meager six points.
BELARDINELLI BEAUCHENHN CORLEY
Coach, John P. Sabo
Zllanager, L. D. Pierce
Captain, Anso Belardinelli
Assistant Managers, E. S. Irwin,
S. M. VVysolmerski
Games won: 10. Games lost: 5.
American International Colleges' ......... ....
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PYE MALEY MANAGER PIERCE
Vermont 46-McGill 24
Showing the results of intensive pre-season train-
ing, the Catamount quintet opened the season at the
Auditorium with a smashing victory over McGill Uni-
versityf Perfectly coordinated and at ease on the
large Auditorium Hoor for the first time, the Green
and Gold ran circles around the Red Birds and showed
promise of later victories against stronger teams. The
game turned into a free scoring contest between Beau-
chemin, Vermont forward, and the Vermont captain,
Belardinelli, who scored 17 and 12 points, respectively.
Vermont 30-f-St. MichaeI's 24
A scrappy outfit from VVinooski Park next suc-
cumbed to the accuracy of the Cats led by Anse Be-
lardinelli, who bore the brunt of the scoring. The lads
from St. Mike's had speed and fight aplenty and made
the game a corker from start to finish, but were doomed
from the start by the superior height and weight of
the Verlnonters. Forla while during the game the
Purple had the Vermont defense duo puzzled but
the sophomore combination of Taylor and Pye finally
came through and the lone scoring threat of the Mike-
men was checkmated.
Vermont 37-Dartmouth 36
Picture a game with but seconds to play and the
score tied. A Vermont substitute enters the game and
commits a foul on Dudis, the Big Green ace-Dudis,
who hasn't missed all night, toes the line-and misses.
A few seconds later this Vermont substitute is fouled
himself and amid the silence of the throng sends the
ball cleanly through the hoop to give Vermont a one-
point victory over the famed Indians. Trigilio was
that sub who changed from being the goat of the
FIRST ROW: TAYLOR. PYE.
MIN. CORLEY. SECOND
ROW: ALLEN. MALEY.
game to the hero in the twinkling of an eye. More
properly, we should say that the Green and Gold had
seven heroes, for the battle was uphill all the way and
sheer fight alone kept the Cats in the running.
Dartmouth 50--Vermont 43
On the home iioor of the Big Green the Cats
dropped the return engagement by a score of 50-443.
It was a case of too much power for the Green and
Gold, something even the fightingcst team cannot
always overcome. Dudis and Broberg, tops among
the New England high scorers, were the spearhead
of the Indian attack and although the Catainounts
countered with Beauchemin and Belardinelli, who
scored 23 points between them, the final gun found
the Hanoverites hanging onto their lead.
Trinity 37--Vermont 36
The second game of the road trip, that with Trinity,
found the Verinonters nosed out in the final few min-
utes of play by a single point. Playing nip and tuck
during the entire match, the Cats crept into the lead,
due chiefly to the keen eye of Hank Beauchemin, who
rang up I3 points in the pay-off column. Despite the
efforts of the Vermonters to preserve their slim lead,
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a desperate Trinity forward broke through the hoop
to give Trinity their one-point margin of victory.
Vermont 45-Norwich 28
Midyears heing over, the Cats swept through the
hapless Horsemen of Norwich to the score of -115-28.
Always in the lead, the Cats went off on a scoring
spree, paced by Bill Pye, who had a gala night with
12 points. The Green and Gold defense zone func-
tioned perfectly and Coach Sabo had a chance to see
how every man on the squad looked in varsity corn-
petition as he substituted freely.
Colgate 51-Vermont 47
In a true Garrison finish, the Red Raiders paced
the Catamount outfit in the second period and pulled
ALLEN JOHNSTONE HEALY
up ahead in the overtime, to give Colgate the victory
by two baskets. Despite the snappy floor play of the
Raiders, Vermont proved to be their masters and led
Colgate at the half 27-241. Then the Raiders turned
on the heat, but the dogged Cats kept closely beside
them, matching basket for basket until at half time
the score was 447-47. In the overtime a small gentle-
man named Clinton led the Raiders to two baskets
and the game.
Middlebury 38-Vermont 37
Just one of those season's mysteries! Somehow
an inferior Middlebury team rose to the occasion of a
clash of old rivals and edged a good Vermont team by
one point. The Panthers followed on the heels of
Kvanszei, their lanky center, who netted 18 points,
and somehow kept Vermont from even making a good
threat. The valiant work done by Beauchemin, who
scored 17 points for the Green and Gold, was in vain
as the Cats just failed to click.
Vermont 61--Norwich 47
VVith Beauchemin again leading the race the Cats
won a free-for-all return game with Norwich. In this
game, it was Sophomore Don Maley, who blossomed
out as a scoring threat by caging 13 points. The lads
from Norwich had their opportunities to score, too,
but somehow they didn't score as often as their rivals
and Vermont wound up on the long end of a long score.
Vermont 43-St. Michael-'s College 41
A listless Vermont quintet eked out a 413-11-1 win
over a smaller but more aggressive St. Mike's outfit
chiefly through shots tallied from the charity line.
Apparently content in keeping the score from getting
too high, the Cats let the Purple take the aggressive
and laid back, letting Hank Beauchemin, who had
only scored one point in the previous St. Mike's en-
counter, present them the game through his contribu-
tion of 18 points.
The appearance of the candidates for King and
Queen of Kake VValk between the halves served to
liven up the evening.
Springfield 5'l-Vermont 40
The Gymnasts of Springheld loomed up doubly on
the Catamount schedule and proved to be all that New
England sportswriters had said they were, defeating
the Vermonters 51-410. It was in this game that the
Cats lost Captain Belardinelli for the season, when
he went down with a badly bruised knee. VVith two
other Vermont regulars out on fouls, the Gymnasts
had little opposition and coasted to an 11-point victory.
Vermont 63--American International College 35
Redeeming themselves at the expense of Interna-
tional was no trick at all for the Catamounts who scored
almost at will. A third sophomore, Paul Corley, made
his debut as a scoring threat in this game and tied in
the scoring race with 16 points. Beauchemin, the old
reliable, was the other party to this tie with 16 points
contributed to the Vermont score. A new high-
scoring forward line, consisting of Beauchemin, Pye
and Corley, was discovered at this game. Pye, who
was converted from guard to center to replace Be-
lardinelli, lost in the Springfield game, was outstand-
ing for the remainder of the season.
Vermont 51-Williams 47
Perhaps the most thrilling game of the season was
fought in foreign territory where few Vermont cohorts
were present to see it. Playing a top-notch Vvilliams
quintet, Vermont rose and sent it down to defeat in a
two-overtime period game. Ahead by the slim margin
of one basket, the Green Mountain lads fought des-
perately to protect it, but a long set-shot knotted the
game. In the overtime the story was slightly changed
with Vermont on the short end of the score. This
time it was Corley whose one-handed shot from the
sidelines saved the game. Then the Vermonters ap-
parently got a second wind in the second overtime and
scored three baskets to their opponent's one to win.
Vermont 40-Amherst 36
Before an excited Kake Vifalk wcck-end crowd, the
Green and Gold hasketeers put on a display of last-
niinute drive and netted their third victory in a row.
Filtering freely through the Vermont zone defense, the
Lord Jeifs took an early lead and at half time were
in the van 19-12. The second half saw a change in
Vermont defensive tactics that puzzled the Sabinas
and then the Cats opened up and raced down the
floor time after time to score-climaxed by three con-
secutive baskets by Maley and Taylor to give the
Catamounts the game.
Vermont 31--Middlebury 29
VVith the state title already under their belt, the
Cats had seemingly great difficulty in defeating a weak
Middlebury Panther on their home Hoor. Surprising
as it seems, the game see-sawed hack and forth and,
contrary to expectations, Vermont did not slaughter its
ancient rival in revenge for a previous defeat. Shots
from the foul line admittedly kept the Panther in the
game, but Vermont should have beaten her decisively.
"Nick', Nicholson, playing his last game for Vermont,
was the individual who saved the bacon for, with few
minutes to play and on the wrong end of the score,
both he and Dick Healy got together and scraped up
the necessary baskets to give Vermont a two-point win.
STU DENT ROUTING SECTION
SECOND ROW: COACH EVANS. BASCH, GOLDBERG. ROEDER. GIPSTEIN. WOOD. MGR ROSENTHAL
FIRST ROW: SPASYK CHONORARY CAPTAINJ. CARLSON, BROWN, LEVISON. WHITE
Tl1e opener with Burlington was a nip-and-tuck affair
with the battle going into an overtime period to give the
high school lads a 241-22 victory. Finding little opposi-
tion in Spaulding, the Kittens scored almost at will, the
rout ending with a 1113-18 triumph for the frosh. Les
Brown shone as the star of the game, ringing in fifteen
points. Maintaining a lead that had been built up from
the opening whistle, the plucky Evans-coached quintet
was defeated by Cathedral by a 45-39 decision. Ver-
mont Junior College was too much for the Kittens and
worsted tI1en1 50-29. Cathedral yielded to the frosh after
a scrappy contest, score 37-25. Green Mountain split
their two games with the frosh, losing the first encounter
53-418, but in the return bout drubbed them by a 44:-26
count. This seemed to spur the boys to real action for
they ran roughshod over the Spaulding High School
quintet to bang up a -112-29 victory. Levinson, sharp-
shooting forward, led the Kitten attack, dropping in
twenty points, while his teammate, Les Brown, hung
up fourteen counters. Duplicating Levinson's feat,
Brown dropped in twenty points against Vermont Junior
College, who were taken easily by a 441-33 count. The
closing contest was played in quite a different manner
for the Dartmouth freshmen fought with a vengeance,
but were subdued finally 415-4-2. The season found the
frosh annexing seven victories out of t.en games, losing
only to Burlington High, Cathedral High, and Green
Mountain Junior College. The freshmen beat each of
their opponents at least once, with the exception of Bur-
lington, whom they played only once for a defeat in the
opener. They beat such strong teams as Cathedral,
Green Mountain and Dartmouth and whipped Spaulding
and Vermont Junior College twice each. They amassed
a grand total of 398 points against an opponents, sum
of 337. They scored 162 field goals and put in '74 tries
at the foul line. The two high scorers were Les Brown,
rangy center from Pittsfield, Mass., who scored 136
points, and Bernie Levinson, sharpshooter from Brook-
lyn, N. Y., who threw in 120 points.
Ilonorayry Captain, John Spasyk
M zmagcr, Milton Rosenthal
Coach, John Evans
Burlington High School ,.,. .,., ,
Spaulding High School ,......
Cathedral High School ,.........
Vermont Junior College ......,.,,.,...
Cathedral High School ......,...........
Green Mountain Jr. College ......
Green Mountain Jr. College
Spaulding High School ...............
Vermont Junior College ...............
Dartmouth Freshmen ......
Totals ..... ...,....
Captain., T. P. Budzyna
lilafnager, VV. C. Van Dyck
Coach, VV. L. Gardner
Captain, P. Berry
Man.ager, L. H. Mitchell
Coach, VV. L. Gardner
Assistant Itlanagcrs, L. H. Mitchell Assistant ltlanagers, R. VV. Robinson
C. P. Horton C. H. Schofield
Captain Budzyna led l1is team to vic-
tory in the opener by pitching a five-hit
game and then driving in the winning
run to edge the Navy 1-0. Kimball hit
four for four, fielded his position at
first base perfectly, and stole second
twice. Vermont fared not so well in
her next encounter, losing to Maryland
16-4-. Although Vermont gained a one-
run lead in the first, Maryland rolled
up seven scores in the second. Mc-
Donough, alone of the 'V ermont batters,
was able to hit the Maryland mounds-
men. The game was called at the end
of the seventh because of darkness.
The Cats lost 9-8 against Virginia in
the third game of the season. Their
defeat came in the ninth inning when
Bill Terry, Jr., singled to drive Todd
home with the winning run. Sunder-
land kept his hits scattered and col-
lected four out of five. Berry, Kim-
ball, McDonougl1, and Beauchemin fig-
ured in two Vermont double plays.
Budzyna again hurled his team to vic-
tory, this time over Virginia by a 3-2
score. Kimball drove one out of the
park to score McDonough in the third
frame and Nicholson hit two for three.
Wimett blasted up a ninth-inning rally
by catching Edmund's high-hit fly ball.
Vermont lost a second heart -breaker
when Randolph-Macon ran up eleven
runs while the Green and Gold were
collecting ten. The lead changed five
times in this hitting bee and although
Vermont piled up six runs in the third,
a costly error in the eighth meant four
runs for the Southerners. Kimball,
with a triple and two singles, and Mc-
Donough, with a double and two singles,
drove in the majority of the Vermont
runs. Again the luckless northern team
met defeat by a single score, their op-
ponent-VVilliam and Mary, the score-
5--L. The second YVilliam and Mary
game was postponed because of rain.
Georgetown emerged victorious over
Vermont with a 10-1 score after seven
free passes in the first four innings plus
six hits. Kimball shone for the Cats,
hit three for four, fielded well, and
scored the only Vermont run when
Beauchemin sent a long single to right
centerfield. As a fitting climax to the
southern journey, Vermont, the under-
dog, humbled the Princeton Tigers by
handing them a 5-2 defeat. Larry
Gardner's team turned defeat into vic-
tory in tI1e ninth inning by slamming in
five runs after trailing Princeton
throughout the game. Budzyna allowed
but four hits while his teammates, Kim-
ball and Sunderland, were collecting
The Amherst Game
The Lord Jeffs opened up in the sec-
ond inning after Goodell had grounded
out when Joys slammed a double to
left field, Cordner followed with a single
to right field and both men scored as
Christensen drove a terrific hit to right
field but was out trying to stretch it into
a triple. Schick grounded out, Budzyna
to Kimball for the third out. Vermont
was given half a chance to haul the
game out of the fire in tI1e sixth but
failed to connect. Nicholson led off
with a single to left field and Mc-
Donough followed suit with another
FIRST ROW: NICHDLSON, MCDONOUGH. BEAUCHEMIN, COACH GARDNER, CAPTAIN BUDZYNA, KIMBALL, WOLINSKY. BERRY, WIMETT
SECOND ROW: KONRADI. BOUCHER. SUNDERLAND. BEADLE, PESARIK. HART. LEVINE. MGR. VAN DYCK
single to score Nicholson. Then with the winning runs
on the bases with one man down, Berry was out steal-
ing second, before Budzyna could squeeze McDonough
home. Bud grounded to retire the side and dispel all
hope of a Vermont win. McDonough hit two for four.
The Boston University Game
After a rain storm that threatened to wash out the
game, Boston University handed Vermont her second
defeat on the Massachusetts trip by the score of 4--3.
Vermont took the lead in the fourth inning but a timely
hit by Glaser and a Vermont error in the seventh put
B. U. in the fore for the remainder of the game. Kimball
hit DeGuglielmo three out of four trips to the plate,
leading both teams in hitting.
The Tufts Game
Hitting their stride at last, the Vermont baseball nine
defeated the Tufts team at Tufts oval by a 41-1 score
cc 129 an
CATAM OU NTS ON BASE
after dropping the first two games of the Boston trip
by one-score margins. The Catamount victory came in
the fourth when Mel VVolinsky, diminutive outfielder,
stepped to the plate with the bases loaded and laced a
single to left field to clean the bases. Tufts' lone marker
came in their half of the fourth after a Vermont error
and hits by VVeeks and Hatch. The remainder of the
game was tight ball playing by both teams. McDonough
for Vermont and McGee for Tufts each gathered two
The Union Game
In a hectic game, characterized by a multitude of
twenty-seven runs, twenty-one hits, and twelve errors,
Vermont emerged the victor of her first home game,
19-8. The Union nine played listless ball, allowing the
Catamounts to score almost at will. In the second inning
Union started the fireworks by pushing over Hve runs
but the home team tied the score up in their half of the
inning. Then in their half of the third the Catamounts
doubled their score meanwhile having retired the first
three Union batters in order. VVolinsky led his team-
mates in batting by hitting two for threeg Garnett and
Patrie each garnered two for four to lead the opposition.
The game was called at the end of the seventh because of
The Connecticut Game
The St. MichaeI's Game
A pitching battle between Captain Budzyna and his
opponent for the Purple, Steflins, ended in Vermont's
- . 13,
SAFE AT HOME
WIMMETT CROSSES THE PLATE
gaining the decision by virtue of better fielding with
a score of 5-41. "Bud" allowed but eight scattered hits
and sent nine of the Petrasmen back to the dugout via the
strike-out route. Beauchemin picked up a single and a
triple in his four trips to the plate.
The William and Mary Game
The Catamounts won the fourth straight game of their
winning streak by handing lfVilliam and Mary a warm 7-5
reception. George Hart won the game the hard way,
allowing sixteen hits but bearing down in the clutch
to save the day. An unassisted double play by Joe Mc-
Donough got Hart out of difhculty in the seventh. Mc-
Donough led the hitting for Vermont, getting two safe
blows out of three trips to the plate. Bud Metheny,
star of the Northern League and centerfielder for the
visitors, collected four for four.
The William and Mary Second Game
Sweet revenge was had by the southern team in this
lop-sided game as Rosey VVaugh held Vermont opposi-
tion spellbound while he limited the Cats to six hits, col-
lected twelve strike-outs and walked but one man. Cap-
tain Budzyna fared badly at the hands of the visitors as
did his successor, Alex Pesarik, in the last three frames.
Tirelis and Metheny blasted out a home run apiece.
Vermont's attempt to keep pace with this hitting resulted
in triples by Kimball and McDonough. Vermont ended
up on the losing end by a score of 16-1.
The Norwich Game
COMING T0 BAT
BUDZYNA, KIMBALL, MCDONOUGH, BEAUCHEMIN K
A CLOSE ONE
The Middlebury Game
With the score tied at one apiece, Middlebury pushed
one run across in the last half of the tenth inning to
hand the Green and Gold another one-run setback. It
was the Panther's first win of the season and U. V. M.'s
first loss in state competition. Hart limited the Midd-
men to four hits and divided batting honors with Mc-
Donough, each getting two for four. Anderson managed
to get two singles off the stingy Hart to lead the Blue
The Springfield Game
Lefty Pesarik hurled seven-hit ball and fanned a like
number of batsmen to lead his team to a crushing 13-3
victory over the Springfield nine. The Catamounts
clubbed three pitchers for a total of twenty-two hits.
Kimball was robbed of a home run by one of the prettiest
throws ever witnessed at Centennial Field when he was
thrown out at the plate. McDonough and Berry hit four
The Dartmouth Game
In a thrilling ten-inning encounter the Catamounts
suffered a 9-8 defeat at the hands of the Hanover Indians.
McLaugl1lin's infield single with the bases loaded enabled
Dartmouth to score the winning counter. Vermont had
evened the score to eight all in the ninth by a triple of
Kimballis, but were unable to push over the winning run.
Three pitchers were used by the Indians. '
The Norwich Game
Hurling two-hit ball, Lefty Pesarik blanked the Little
Army team to give his teammates a 3-0 shutout. This was
the sophomore's third straight victory and one of the
finest performances ever turned in by a Vermont mounds-
man. Beauchemin, Kimball, and Berry were prominent
in executing two double plays.
The Trinity Game
Hank Beauchemin's bullet-like bingle to left field in
the ninth inning decided the issue in what was undoubt-
edly the most thrilling game of the season. The game
had been a pitching game up until the eighth when it
slid into a tie. Hank's blow in the fifth, following a
double by Berry and a perfect bunt by Nicholson, were
the decisive factors in the ball game. '
The St. Michael's Game
Again Lefty Pesarik proved himself the man of the
hour by allowing but five hits and batting in three runs
to give his team a 4--1 victory over the Purple and earn
his fourth consecutive win. Alex blasted two doubles
and a single in his three trips to the plate and won the
highest distinction a pitcher can ever make when
Steifens purposely passed him in the eighth to fill the
The Cats played errorless ball, the first time in a dec-
ade. They garnered their runs in the second, fourth, and
eighth on hits by Nicholson, Pesarik, and Beauchemin.
The Middlebury Second Game SEASONLS RESULTS
VVinning its fourth straight victory and placing itself
in a tie with Middlebury for tl1e state title, Vermont
handed the Blue and VVhite nine a 5-3 defeat. The
Catamounts put the game on ice in the first inning with
four runs made on a combination of hits and errors.
Bud Budzyna, pitching his last game for Vermont,
earned satisfying revenge for the 3-1 loss suffered in the
first Middlebury clash. Beauchemin and Bertuzzi tied
for hitting honors with two hits apiece from four times
The Dartmouth Second Game
Grudgingly the Vermont nine yielded to the Tribes-
men in a fifteen-inning encounter at Centennial Field
which lasted nearly four hours. The Cats led 5-3 until
the eighth when Dartmouth pushed in two runs to tie
the score. Neither side was able to score again until
two hours later in the closing fifteenth frame. Both
sides had golden opportunities to score but neither came
through until the final inning.
Dartmouth scored a run in the second and another in
the third. Vermont retaliated with four runs in their
half of the third. A walk to Bud Kimball, a single by
Berry, and Nicholson's squeeze bunt made the count 5-3
at the end of the fifth. Neither team scored -again
until Dartmoutlfs three hits tied the game up in the
eighth. The Indians pushed in four runs in the fifteenth
while Vermont could collect but two counters. -
VVhile Vermont and Dartmouth were waging their
lengthy battle, Norwich handed the Middlebury nine a
4-1 defeat to give Vermont the state championship title.
N avy ..........................................
University of Maryland ........
University of Virginia. ...... .
University of Virginia ......,
VVilliam and Mary
William and Mary
Boston University ..,.......
Union ...,.... ,... ........... ..........
St. Michael's .........
William and Mary
VVilliam and Mary
Norwichx' .. ...,.......
Middlebury .... .
Sp rin gfield ....,...
St. Micl1ael's ......
HEAD FIRST WATCHING FROM THE
FIRST ROW: POULIN. SHAW, BROUTSAS. CROSSLEY. HEALY. CORBETT
SECOND ROW: COACH EVANS. CALDWELL. TAYLOR. MALEY, SUMNER, PAHURA, LAWRENCE
A 10-0 win over Vermont Junior College marked the
opening of the freshman baseball schedule in a game
played in Montpelier. In the five innings completed be-
fore rain put a halt to the game, Shaw and Salmon,
hurlers for the Kittens, allowed but two hits. Tied at
four-all in the eighth inning as the result of a circuit
blow by Ace Healy, freshman shortstop, the Vermont
yearlings lost a 5-AL decision to Green Mountain Junior
College. The frosh led their opponents in hitting, col-
lecting seven safe bingles while G. M. J. C. garnered
only four. In a return game with Vermont Junior Col-
lege the first-year men turned in a football 'perform-
ance as they triumphed in true Yankee style-24-O.
Making his first start of the season, Dick Salmon held
the Capital team in hand without difficulty. Behind the
sterling pitching of Pike Trigilio, the freshman nine
slugged out a 16-3 win over Clark School. A big second
inning found eleven men slugging away at the offerings
of Babe Falzarano, former Hartford High star, to
clinch thc game with an eight-run barrage. Bill Sumner
and Ace Healy led the attack with four hits by the
former and two safe blows by the peppery short-stop.
The Kitten nine bowed for the second time before the
slants of Red Hayden, ace hurler from Green Mountain
Junior College, in the second contest between the two
teams. Pike Trigilio, tossing them up for the frosh,
deserved a much better fate, but his infield committed
errors which allowed the Green Mountain boys to score
three runs in the fifth and one in the eighth. Clark
School took the Kittens 5-2 in a return game at Hanover,
but Fuzzy's boys more than redeemed themselves with
a 141-fb win over the Dartmouth frosh. Leading hitter
of the club was Boots Lawrence, first-sacker, who com-
piled a .462 average. Red Crossley was next, sporting
a .357 total. Four wins and three defeats for tl1e frosh
was the final reckoning.
Captain, H. H. Crossley
Manager, G. S. Edwards
Coach, J. C. Evans
Vermont Junior College ..............,... 10
Green Mountain Junior College 5
Vermont Junior College .................. 24'
Clark School ...........................,............,. 16
Green Mountain Junior College O
Clark School .................,........................ 5
Dartmouth '411 ........ ...,.. 1 ff
The Williams Meet
The Vermont track season opened with
a very disappointing loss to VVilliams at
W'illiamstown-the score 21145-113-Hg. The
Cats failed to take a first, but did manage
to get three seconds and ten thirds. Ver-
mont made its best showing in the javelin
when Minckler and Jones took second and
The Colby Meet
Vermont repeated their 1937 triumphs
by defeating Colby 79?A-59M-P The Cats
garnered eight firsts, even though the
track was a sea of mud. Over two hundred
people witnessed this meet.
Smith and Allen were the most impres-
sive, each taking three firsts. Capt. Rollie
Steele took a first in the mile and a second
in the half. Budzyna took a first in the
javelin to round out the list of first-place
The Triangular Meet
The Vermont track team journeyed to
Springfield to meet Bowdoin and Spring-
field. Bowdoin finished first amassing
7015, Springfield came in second getting
f143M,, and Vermont brought up the rear
with only 21 credits.
The Green and Gold tracksters garnered
but two firsts, both copped by Gordie
Smith, outstanding Vermont performer,
who won his specialties, the century in
10 seconds flat and the 220-yard dash in
22.3 seconds. Bud Allen took second in
the low hurdles.
OFFICIALS SEASON'S RESULTS
C0-Captains, J. H. Suitor Vt. Opp.
R. B. Steele VVilliains ...... 21M 1
Manager, T. YV. Robinson Colby ...,......., 79iEQ 5921
Assistant M anagers, L. H. Mitchell gprialgfield .,,. Triangular
F. C. Leonard OW Om """"' """"' ""' I I leet
Coach, A. T. Post
Union ......... . .......................... .... ...... . .
ALLEN IN THE LEAD
44 13-11 by
FIRST ROW: CLIFFORD. HARRIGAN. SMITH. DAVIS. STOWELL, RUSSELL. SFAULDING
SECOND ROW ASST. MGR. DAVIS, BUDZYNA, ABBOTT. LAMSON. CO-CAPT. SUITOR. COACH POST, CO-CAFT. STEELE FYFE
LAPLANT. ASST. MGR. LEONARD
THIRD ROW MGR. ROBINSON, ROGERS. ALLEN, MINCKLER, JOHNSTONE, KETCHUM. GLEASON. JONES. PLUMB COLE
Eastern Intercollegiate Meet
Vermont was knocked from its lofty
perch as eastern track champs by finishing
a disappointing eighth in a field of nine.
Boston University was crowned the new
champion, barely edging out Connecticut
State, which finished with 31.
In the high hurdles competition, Clapp
of Boston University and Bud Allen of
Vermont both cleared the last barrier on
even terms, but B. U.'s entrant managed to
gain a little on the Hat and won by a step.
Allen was awarded two points for his sec-
ond and John Suitor, who came in fourth
in tl1is event was credited with another
point. Gordie Smith tacked three more
points to the Vermont score with a sec-
ond in the century, barely nosing out Red
VVilliams of Middlebury. Dave Stowell
added three points with a second in the
880 and Nate Abbot's tie for third in the
high jump iinished Vermontis scoring in
Boston University ...... .. 32
Connecticut State .............,.,,..,....,.,......... 31
Worcester Polytechnical Institute 29W
Tufts ........... .... 2 0
Middlebury ,.,... .... 1 7
Trinity .... .... 1 3
Vermont ..,..,,......,............,..,.. .... 1 1
Massachusetts State ...... ..,. 1 1
The Union Meet
Vermont bounced back from their bad
showing in the eastern meet and avenged
last year's shellacking at the hands of
Union by winning on a wet track by a score
Vermont gained seven first places, led
by Smith who took a first in the 100 and
220, and Stowell, who won in the 44440 and
880. Rollie Steele came through with a
beautiful burst of speed to take first in
the mile run, Hunter took first in the high
jump, and Budzyna took the javelin throw.
Vermont was also strong in second and
third places. Jones emerged with a sec-
ond in the 100-yard dash, another in the
broad jump, and tied for third in the 220.
Fyfe, following Stowell in the 440, gar-
nered a second place there and tied with
Suitor of Vermont and Hayner of Union
for a second in the high jump. Plumb
annexed a second in the discus.
The Middlebury Meet
Vermont closed their season by losing to Middle-
bury and dropped the state championship 4-72Q-87H.
Middlebury was a slight favorite to beat the Cats, but
astounded all by winning in such a decisive manner.
Vermont's field men were not able to cope with the
Middmen and that is the main reason for the trimming.
The 1938 edition of the Vermont track team was
just a remnant of the all-conquering 1937 squad.
Large holes were left unfilled, due to the graduation
of many outstanding stars. The Cats lost their east-
ern intercollegiate championship by only finishing
eighth in a Held of nine. They also lost the state
championship to Middlebury. ,
The track team did manage to win two meets, beat-
ing Colby and Union. However, some solace can he
gleaned as new stars made their presence known.
Gordie Smith and Dave Stowell, sprinters, and Bud
Allen, hurdler, are looked upon to lead future U. V. M.
teams to win.
Hard to replace will be J. H. Suiter, hurdler, and
Rollie Steele, one of the best milers in this section of
the country. Bud Budzyna will be missed in his event,
the javelin throw. Budzyna broke the state record
Although the 1938 track season was not too good,
prospects for next year are considerably brighter as a
group of frosh stars will come up to fill gaps left by
SMITH HITS THE TAPE
the graduating class, and the soph stars of this year
will be much better with a year of experience behind
STEELE LEADS AGAIN
THE TWO MILE START
FIRST ROW: DAVIS, LEVINE,
KAPLAN, BARNY. L I V A K.
SECOND ROW: MGR. ROSS.
PYE. KENNEY. C O A C H
KUHN. LOWE. B E C K E R.
THIRD ROW: N ICHOLS.
CARLSON, WILLSON. GAL-
LUP. LINK. YOUNG
The freshman track season -was a very unsuccessful one as the
yearlings failed to win any of the three meets they participated in.
Despite the poor showing several athletes were uncovered, men who
will undoubtedly perform with the varsity team in years to come.
The season opener, with Green Mountain Junior College furnish-
ing the opposition, found the Kittens on the short end of a 71-416
score. The only bright spot of that afternoon was Frankie Taylor's
IGH,-point contribution to the Vermont cause. Incidentally, this is
the only meet in which Frank participated, being occupied with
frosh baseball on other occasions.
The second attempt of the season likewise ended in disaster, Rut-
land High School piling up a 65 V3-point total against the 51 BQ-point
total of the freshmen. In this meet it was Herby Lowe who carried
on for the Kittens, taking three iirsts in the century, quarter, and
The final meet of the season against the combined forces of
St. Johnsbury Academy and Lyndon Institute saw the freshmen once
again fall to ignoxninious defeat. The freshmen had their stars,
nevertheless, in the forms of Bill Pratt in the pole vault, Frank Livak
in the mile, and Herb Lowe in the quarter and broad jump.
Thus the close of the campaign.
Other stars during the season, exclusive of the above mentioned
were Clark Nichols in the javelin, Bob Kinney in the hurdles,
Arnold Becker in the high jump and Jake Kaplan in the distance run.
Nlcmager, H. E. Ross
Coach, C. VV. Kuhn
Honorary Captain, H. F. Lowe
V t. Opp
Green Mountain Junior
College ................,.......,.. ..,.... 44 6 71
Rutland High School ...,.............. 512Q 6.1 12
St. Johnsbury Academy and
Lyndon Institute ................,.... 47 70
Captain, Howard Russell
Manager, Francis Leonard
Coach, A. T. Post
R gran gountty
FIRST ROW: PIERCE. LIVAK, GALLUP, RUSSELL, BROSSEAU. PALMER. GIFFORD. CALDWELL BAILE
SECOND ROW: COACH POST. ROGERS. RENFREW, LINK. WILLSON. KETCHAM. ANDERSON, COPP EATO
The loss of two men through graduation hurt Ver-
mont's chances for a good season. However, they did
win the state championship, trouncing Middlebury 20-35.
Steele and Lamson, graduating, left the team stripped of
its chances for repeating its record of last year. This
year the team won only two out of five matches, beating
Williams and Middlebury and losing to Union, Dart-
mouth and Bowdoin. Capt. Howie Russell was the
mainstay of this year's team as he led them in victory
A successful season was enjoyed by the Vermont fresh-
man cross-country team as they won four of five meets.
The only defeat was at the hands of a strong Dartmouth
frosh team. The frosh were led by the VVebster brothers
and Burgess, who placed one, two and three consistently.
Victories were gained over Vergennes High, Waterbury
High, Vermont State School of Agriculture, and the
As most of the members of the team were inexperi-
enced, Coach Post deserves much credit.
Fmsr now: BERRY. Rozsx. Fonsss. s'rEvsNs. Rvuowscsn
ssconn Row: COACH Posr. sm-rH. CLARK. c. wzssrsn. F. wsasrsn. MAGNANT. OFFICIALS
Honorary Captain, C. A. YVebster
Manager, F. D. Eddy
Coach, A. T. Post
Vergennes H. S. .....,. .... 1 5 40
Dartmouth '42 ..............................,..... 341 23
W'aterbury H. S ............,.,................... 23 32
Vt. State Sch. of Agriculture ...... 18 38
hliddlebury ..,.......................,.............,,... 20 35
K- a1.. --i m.e
Nlavzager, D. B. Carpenter
Captain., P. C. Rand
Coach, Prof. F. D. Carpenter
V t. Opp.
Vorcester Polytechnical Inst .... 3 4'
ufts"" .,,.,..........,.,,,..,,.,..................,............ ...... ......
rown University ..............,............... 0 9
. . Y. State Teachers' Collegef... ......
' nion College ....,...............,,.......,......... 1 8
ensselaer Polytechnic Institute 2 7
Nliddlebury College ............,....,.,.,..... 0 9
t. Lawrence"" ....,.,..,............................. ....., ......
larkson Tech. ...... .... L L 2
pringfieldf' ..,..,,,........ .... ...... ......
rinity College ......,....... ,... 1 8
Iiddlebury College ..,.,. 2 7
The varsity tennis team completed a very disastrous
season, managing to garner only one win in eight tries.
Rain cancelled four other matches.
The team was composed of Captain Rand, Coombs,
Simpson, Benway, VVhitcomb, and Hecht.
The outlook for next season is bright with the return
of three veterans, Benway, Simpson, and Vlfhitcomb and
a group of promising sophomores to fill in the gaps left
by the graduates.
FIRST ROW: SIMPSON, RAND, COOMBS. BENWAY
SECOND ROW: MGR. CARPENTER. HECHT. WHITCOMB. COACH CARPENTER
The freshman tennis team concluded a successful sea-
son, compiling four wins, one tie, and one loss. The sea-
son opened against B. F. A. to whom the frosh lost IL-2,
and then in Burlington came out with a tie. The frosh
hit high gear and swept through the remainder of the
season with the loss of only one individual match.
The team was made up of A. D. VVolk, honorary cap-
tain, Pratt, Simpson, Austin, and Rubens. Max Harris
did a fine job in his first year as coach.
Zllanager, A. A. Cohn
Coach, M. Harris
Men. COHEN. Rzuaens, PRATT. wol.K. SIMPSON. AUSTIN. HARRIS Ilo-n01'll"'y Cflptflmf A- D- W 01k
Bellows Free Academy .......... 2
Bellows Free Academy .................. 3
Green Mountain Junior College 6
Rutland High School .......,,,.............. 5
Rutland High School ....,.,.,,.............. 6
Green Mountain Junior College 6
N. M. Abbott, '39
E. C. Bailey, '40
D. V. Collins, '41
R. H. Gale, '39
H. L. Pache, 'll
P. E. Patch, i-I-0
F. C. Rising, '41
lt. B, Linsley, l40, Manager
s s - -.e"1' ,
MGR. LINDSAY, THAYER, COLLINS. GILBERT, PATCH, PACHE, BAILEY, ABBOTT. RISING
ASST. MGR. COUTURE
Tl1e team experienced a very successful season, win-
ning tl1e postal section of the New England College Ride
League. This league functions under the supervision of
the Association of New England Colleges for Conference
on Athletics. Members of the rifle section are: Boston
University, Bowdoin College, Connecticut State College,
Harvard University, Norwich University, Rhode Island
State College, United States Coast Guard Academy, Ver-
mont, and Yale. VVithin this group Vermont lost only to
Boston University, a total of eight victories and one de-
feat. Vermont was awarded the iirst-place plaque and
bronze medals to the shooting members of the team.
Postal matches outside the league were fired against
Lowell Textile Institute, University of Maine, Gettys-
burg College, Kemper Military School, University of
VVisconsin, University of Dayton, Michigan State Col-
lege and Brown University, losing only to Michigan State
College, a total of seven victories and one defeat.
In shoulder-to-shoulder competition, Vermont fired in
the New England college match and the National Rifle
Association eastern regional competition, finishing sixth
and eighth, respectively, i11 a field of fourteen univer-
sities and colleges.
FIRST ROW: MACK, SCHWARTZ, CAPT. GRIFFIN, WILLIAMS, CASH
Maj or competitions within the scope of the R. O. T. C.,
Vermont won the First Corps Area senior unit R. O.
T. C. gallery match, entered two teams in the VVilliam
Randolph Hearst trophy matches, First Corps Area divi-
sion, placing one team in a tie for third and the other in
Vermont was one of the three teams selected by the
commanding general, First Corps Area, to represent the
corps in the intercollegiate national R. O. T. C. senior unit
Individual honors: Malcolm E. Craig trophy, awarded
to the student having the highest cumulative score fired in
competition, Alfred Schwartz, ,39. The club medal
awarded by the National Rifle Association to the stu-
dent iiring highest score in match fired under N. R. A.
regulations, VVilliam M. Griflin, '40, The outstanding
performance of the season was fired by George H. Stick-
ney, 511, who won the First Corps Area individual cham-
pionship i11 the lvilliam Randolph Hearst trophy match
with a score of 195 out of a possible 200.
Having met the University Athletic Council require-
ments for a championship team, the riflemen were ac-
corded the recognition due them.
SECOND ROW LIEUT. COL. GILLFILLAN. SHELDON. GRADY, STICKNEY. COLEHAMMER.
CUSHMAN. SGT. PICKETT
CflfI1Iifl'I1I', Vtiilliam M. GriHin, 51-0
Manager, Allan R. lVil1iams, '40
Coaclz., Licut.-Col. Jay E. Gillfillan,
Infantry, U. S. Army
cc 14-0 DD
.gn fer tatetn ity
The Traynor Trophy is awarded annually to the fra-
ternity most outstanding in interfraternity activities
throughout the year. It was established by the Key and
Serpent Society of 1932 in memory of their classmate,
Edward "Pie" Traynor, captain-elect of baseball, who
was fatally injured December 30, 1930.
The award is made on the basis of points won by high
standing in scholarship, and participation in touch foot-
ball, basketball, track meet, relay race, baseball, squad
drill, Kake VValk stunt, kake walking, winter sports, and
Junior VVeek parade.
The points are compiled by Key and Serpent, with live
places provided for each activity to determine the win-
ner. First place is given five points, second place, four
points, third place, three points, fourth place, two
pointsg and fifth place, one point.
The object of the Traynor Trophy is to encourage
interfraternity activities. The cup will never belong
to any one group, even though a fraternity may win it
several years in succession.
The winners of the cup during the past years have
Kappa Sigma .,...,, ..,........ 1 930-31
Sigma Phi ....,,,,......... .....,..... 1 931432
Phi Delta Theta .......... .........,. 1 932-33
Delta Psi ............,,.. .....,...,. 1 933-34
Delta Psi ,.....,. 1934--35
Delta Psi .....,. 1935-36
Delta Psi ........ 1936-37
Sigma Nu ......... 1937-38
The fall of 1938 gave forth the Sigma Alpha Epsilon
football team as winner of the touch football league by
the score of 10-7 over the Sigma Phi's. Utley was the
outstanding man for the S. A. E. while Allen starred for
the Sig Phi's.
The class of 1939 won the intcrclass basketball title,
19111 was the runner-up and 1940 and 194-2 were tied for
third place. Jones, Husing and Levine starred for the
seniors, who were managed by Curley Davis.
The Kappa Sig's replaced the Independents as cl1an1-
pions of the interfraternity basketball league by defeat-
ing a strong Sigma Nu outfit by an 18-1-14 score. Up to
this game each team had one victory over the other.
Kappa Sigma won the first game in an overtime period
by a bare 20-18 score while the Sigma Nu's won the
second contest by just as slender a margin, 18-16.
WINTER SPORTS MEET
The Delta Psi's took first place in the winter sports
mect, closely followed by Sigma Nu and Sigma Phi.
With the completion of the hexathlon and indoor track
meets and with the awarding of the trophies, another
intramural season officially has been put in the books.
The 1938-1939 winter season, may indeed be truly termed
a successful season, for not only were the usual sports
run off to perfection, but two new sports, hockey and
bowling, found their way successfully into the schedule.
The beginning of the intramural season found the fra-
ternities hot in pursuit of the interfraternity basketball
crown, and the class teams chasing after their respective
About the same time the new bowling league swung
into session. Even the faculty entered this competition.
The S. A. E. pinsters, showing a surprising medley of
strikes and spares, finished out the season ahead of allg
to them goes the beautiful rotating trophy wl1icl1 was put
into competition this year.
Then the rest of the intramural program unfolded
itself. The winter sports meet, intramural hockey, rifle
shooting, the free throw tournament, handball, bad-
minton, wrestling, and boxing all served to compose the
Football-Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fVinfer Sports-Delta Psi
Bowling-Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Track Meet-Sigma Nu
He.mth.lon-D. Jones, '39
Han-dlxall-F. Olson, 51-1
Basketball Free Throw--L. Brown, '42
Badminton-Singles, E. Keenan, '42
Doubles, E. Irvin, '40, L. Pine, '11-1
lVre.s'ili11.g-135 lbs., S. Cohen, '11-2
145 lbs., Chesney, '-1-1
155 lbs., Eaton, '-11
165 lbs., Livak, 51-1
175 lbs., Kodys, '4-2
amen 'J -Htkfetic uociazfion
The Women's Athletic Association is particularly con-
cerned with the managing and directing of all extra-
curricular activities in the athletic line. It also works
in cooperation with the physical education department
in arranging and scheduling all playoifs and tournaments
of the various teams. The awards for athletic achieve-
ment are also furnished through this organization.
Active membership in the lVomen's Athletic Associa-
tion is only dependent on a student's attaining fifty
points for active physical exercise outside of physical
education classes. The Association has for its aim the
widespread stimulation of interest in sport and endeavors
to secure the greatest amount of participation on the part
of the college women.
The following activities are undertaken by the Asso-
ciation. Last fall a field day was held at which time
the hockey, archery and tennis finals were played off.
The Middlebury and Vermont teams exchanged hos-
pitality at play days during the year. The new meni-
hers of the physical education department were welcomed
at a tea and all the University women were invited to an
open house at Southwick. VV. A. A. also sponsored the
big Green and Gold tournament in all the sports and
annually winds up the season with a banquet.
M urion Craig
FIRST ROW: HALL. RUST. HOWE, SCOTT, ROWE. SMITH, MARLOW, BAILEY V
SECOND ROW: GURNEY. BUTLER. MYERS. RIST. LEBARON. ROOT. SQUIRES. HAMIMND
FIRST ROW: PERLEY, HALL
RIST. WORTHEIM. CROSBY
TAYLOR. SECOND R O W:
B A Y L E Y. GUTTORMSEN
C O B B. BAGBY. HAWLEY
To assist in the management and direction of the different XV. A. A. Executive Council and the Green and Gold heads to
sports, these girls are chosen for their special abilities in those promote interest and participation in athletics on the part of
lines. The campus managers work in conjunction with the Vermont women.
GREEN AND GOLD HEADS
In step with the modern trend in NV0lI'lCll7S physical educa- Gold teams. On first entering physical education, a glrl lS
tion which is doing away with varsity competition, women's assigned to one of these teams and all her subsequent partlclpa
sports at Vermont are organized on the basis of Green and tion in athletics follows this division.
FLACK. CONLEY. CROWLEY-
FIRST ROW: GU
WOOLLEY. ESIELIONIS. IN-
GRAM, GUTTORMSEN. SEC-
OND ROW: WALDO.
SQUIRE. ZULLO, BAYLEY
Despite the absence of Miss Barbara Crowe, instructor in
field hockey here and a member of the all-American field hockey
team, a large and enthusiastic squad turned out regularly for
practice on the hockey field. The highlight of the entire season
came when the hockey team traveled to Middlebury where they
participated in a spirited playday.
FIRST ROW: CARVER. J. METCALF. C. BELL. GALLAGHER. INGRAM
SECOND ROW: GURNEY. HOLDEN. BAGBY. SQUIRE
Badminton has flourished this year
as never before and has grown to be
one of the major sports for women.
W'ith over two hundred girls attend-
ing badminton classes, future pros-
pects for this activity are definitely
Badminton Club was organized
early in November and thereafter met
regularly every Thursday evening.
Over fifty girls signed up for the club
and every Thursday found the courts
filled with badminton enthusiasts.
Several club nights were devoted to
mixed doubles games when members
of the men's physical education de-
partment were invited to participate.
FIRST ROW: HALL. NUTE. GOODWIN, HOLDEN. MACK. RICE. COBB
SECOND ROW: BAYLEY. KINSLEY, STEWART. BRISTOL. BAGBY, JONES, MOODY, CRAIG l
Enthusiasm for bowling has run unusually high this year.
Every class was amply represented in the group of nearly fifty
girls who turned out for this sport. All classes were conducted
at the new Bowlaway Alleys which have met with the Univer-
Archcry always finds a faithful
group of followers on our campus.
The large numbers attending these
classes are daily improving their ac-
curacy. Progressively smaller targets
have been used as the archers in-
creased their skill in hitting that bull's-
eye. In addition to the regular work-
out with how and arrow the girls
learn how to care for their bows and
repair and repaint their arrows.
Devotees of this ancient sport im-
patiently await the time when they
can repair to the picturesque archery
green behind Southwick.
FIRST ROW: TAYLOR. PERLEY i
SECOND ROW: ESIELIONIS. STEAR
EVANS, INGERSON i
sity womenls hearty approval. As the Alum. goes to press
plans are under way for a tournament between Green and Gold
teams. A great many highly creditable averages have been
maintained by the bowlers throughout the season.
- FIRST ROW: GANNON, DUCAS, CREAMER. NICHOLS
SECOND ROW: FITZGERALD. ROONEY. HALL. HEYWOOD
. e Lsrscrrcsrrmmrrrcrmrs or commercial. ml
Modern dance, an innovation on the wom-
en's campus last year, has definitely estab-
lished itself this year as an important part
of the physical education program. Under
the able direction of Miss Steadman and
Miss Hazard, both the intermediate and ad-
vanced groups have progressed rapidly.
Work in the intermediate group has centered
FIRST ROW: COLE, WILLIAMS, WADE. DOUGLASS
SECOND ROW: MILLINGTON. RICHMOND, STEWART. HARSHBARGER. SWERTFEGER
FIRST ROW: COLE. WADE. RICHMOND. WILLIAMS
SECOND ROW: HARSHBARGER, STEWART, SWERTFEGER. MILLINGTON. DOUGLASS
largely on the study of rhythm. In addition
to a further study of technique, the advanced
group has enlarged their repertoire of dances
and even tried their hand at original com-
position. Much creative ability has been
discovered in this activity and the exhibition
which will take place in the spring promises
to be a repetition of last year's outstanding
As a part of the modern dance program,
Mary Starks, head of the famous Dance
Workshop of Boston, was brought to the
Vifith her group of talented young pupils,
she presented a lecture and a demonstration
which included group and solo dances.
VERMONT ALL-SPORT ATHLETIC SOCIETY
Women's Honorary Athletic Society
The Vermont All-Sports came into existence as an honorary est recognition that a Vermont woman can ohta.in in athletics.
Athletic Society to replace some of the higher awards after the This society will act in an advisory capacity in the manage-
introduction of the point system on this campus. It is the high- ment of women's sports.
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FIRST ROW: PROF. GROAT.
PROF. DEAN, PROF. KIDDER.
SECOND ROW: LIS M A N.
This is the fourth year of the board's being and the
third of active functioning. It acts as an advisory
board for the campus publications, the ARIEL and the
The two publications require very different handling.
The ARIEL board is relatively inexperienced and, besides
overseeing the election of its editor-in-chief and business
manager, it investigates all ARIEL contracts and aids the
editor in choice of printer, engraver, and photographer.
FAC U LTY MEMBERS
Prof. Leon Dean
Prof. George Kidder
Prof. George Grout
Eugene Gasperini, Jr., '40
Rosendo Gomez, '39
Bernard Lisman, '39
The Cynic staff is on a purely credit system so the
Carl Schofield, 40
board acts in a purely advisory capacity.
Chairimrm, Prof. A. D. Butterfield Phillips M.Bel1 Dr. Peter P. Lawlor
Acting Secretary, Prof. W. R. Adams, Jr. I. Munn Boardman Howard L. Minckler
Graduate Ma11age'r, Sabin C. Abell Dr. T. S. Brown Lester H. Mitchell
Louis D. Pierce
Prof. M. E. Vllithaxn
Stillman G. Davis, Jr.
Louis F. Dow
FIRST ROW: DR. BROWN
PROF. WITHAM. PROF. BUT
PROF. ADAMS, DR. LAWLOR
SECOND ROW: GRAZIANO
MR. ABEL. MR. BELL
February, 1938-February, 1939
Editor-in-Chief, B. Lisman
Managing Editor, T. B. McHugh
lVOQ'I101l-,S Editor, Margaret Bliss
Sports Editor, E. Jacobson
Feature Editor, Helen Loudon
Recording Editor, Elizabeth Struthers
C'a'm.p-us Editor, Anita VViegand
Picture Editor, Roberta Butterfield
Exchange Editor, Muriel Thatcher
Stop' Photographer, J. Couture
Faculty A dvisor, L. VV. Dean
Business Manager, E. O. Lewis
A d'vortisi'ng Manager, L. H. Mitchell
C'ircu.Iatio-n- Manager, WV. M. Glass
Business Staf, Margaret DeLunge,
E. Gasperini, Jr., VV. Hunter,
L. Simpson, R. Story
fist: T62 gyliif CAMPUS NEWSPAPER
February, 'I939-February, i940
Editor-in-Chief, C. Schofield
Managing Editor, Mary Nelson
lVome11.'s Editor, Eleanor Brody
Sports Editors, A. Vifolk, J. Cunuvelis
Feature Editor, Georgianna Steinman
Recording Editor, Shirley Treat
Campus Editor, Elvira Palermo
Picture Editor, Jean Butler
Ezvclmnge Editor, Marcelyn Heath Clark
Staj Photographer, J. H. Couture
Staff Assistant, J. 'Thayer
Radio Editor, E. S. Dangel
1?n.v'inoss Manager, L. Simpson
Advertising Manager, R. Story
Oircu.lation. Manager, XV. Hunter
Ass-istaizt Business Managers, J. Royer,
R. P. Kenney, Eugene Gasperini, Jr.
Stay' Members, Dorothea Smith, J. Hamilton,
W. Snow, Anne Cohn, Gloria Oling,
J. P. Cunavelis
Barbara Shapland Business MANAGER
Sports News Editors
J. J. Fahey
J ean Young
FIRST ROW: THAYER. STEINMAN, DENNIS, BLISS. LISMAN. LOUDON. MCHUGH. BUTLER. SIMPSON
SECOND ROW: TREAT. PALERMO, STORY, BETTS, HUNTER, SCHOFXELD, ROUER, ROCK. CAMPBELL
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Editor-in-C'hief, Eugene Gasperini, Jr
Illmifs Editor, George Noonan
W o'men'.e Editor, Hester Kehoe
Managing Editor, Martin Boucher
Orgarnizrttio-no editors, Eleanor Fletcher and Jerome Katz
Sports Editors, Jean Butler and Carl Schofield EDITQRIINCHIEF
Photographic Editors, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Story
B-iogmphy Editors, Barbara Smith and Lawrence Simpson I
EUGENE GASPERINI. JR.
Feature Editor, John Thayer
Faculty Editor. Madge Hendee
Business Ma-na.ger, Lee B. Vllhitcomb
Assistant Brusivmss Manager, Lawrence Simpson
Ad'vort-Lfring Illanager, Donald Thayer
Ci-rc'uIat'ion M mm yor, Henry Van Middleworth
LEE B. WHITCOMB
Jane Allen Elizabeth Gurney Louise Mann Raymond Ruhins
VVayne Barrows Fred Logan Shirley Mayforth Eleanor Shandoif
Agnes Conley Jane Lyons Henri Pnche Dorothea Smith
FIRST ROW: SMITH. BOUCHER, TAYLOR, GASPERINI, HENDEE, SCHOFIELD, BUTLER
SECOND ROW: FLETCHER. NOONAN. THAYER. KATZ, SIMPSON. STORY, KEHOE
- 0 ----f s an-:lm fsrAsm2.u 2m.f m m
Thomas Burke McHugh, '39
Carl Schofield, '4-0
Jerome Katz, ,40
Assistrmt Business Managers
Webster Thompson, '39
Aaron Levine, '39 'W "
An innovation in the Interfraternity Council's pro-
gram of last year was the publishing of the first annual
At the close of the 1937-1938 school year, the council
decided that they had a problem facing them, in that the
incoming freshmen and their parents had too little
knowledge of the Vermont fraternity system. A hand-
book was decided upon as the solution to this problem.
SCI-IOFIELD. MCHUGH. THOMPSON. KATZ
McHugh, '39, was chosen as Editor, C. H. Scho-
ULO, assistant. VV. S. Thompson, '39, J. D. Katz,
WL0, and A. A. Levine, '39, composed the Business Board.
Appearing in the book were articles telling of the
proper environment furnished by the average fraternity
house, financial requirements for joining a fraternity,
and descriptions of the numerous interfraternity activ-
ities and their keen and helpful competition.
bznowbzfa from tie lffifl
FIRST ROW: HOWE. FROF. DEAN. BREHMER. MANN
SECOND ROW: NARAMORE. ROOT, WEAVER
Grace Weaver, '40
Martha Douglas, '39
Jean Brchmer, '40
Katherine Naramore, '40
Short Story Editor Marcelyn Heath Clark, 'ALO
Mary Howe, '4-0
Louise Mann, '4-1
As a result of a "lean yearn in the field of literary
endeavor at the University of Vermont during the
1937-38 season, a new policy of publication was adopted
in connection with W i'nno1oi1z.gs from the lllill, the cam-
pus literary magazine. Formerly this magazine was
published quarterly, but as this program seemed to have
met with only little success of late years, it was decided
to make W innowings into an annual publication, all in
one issue, bigger and perhaps better.
Therefore, when Wiunowings came off the press this
spring, it was in the form of one issue, larger than it had
been before, with a new style of cover, paper and price,
and a novel presentation of material, with the photo-
graph of the contributor and a few editorial comments
at the head of each selection. The book was comprised
of six short stories, twelve poems, two essays, and a page
of epigramsg the contributors included Mary Coryell,
Margaret Drew, Phyllis Williams, Evelyn Paciulli,
Holley Fletcher, Jean Brooks, Jean Soule, Jean Brehmer,
Jeanne Dennis, Mary Letta Root, Jane Lyons, Grace
VVeaver, and Georgianna L. Steinman. An effort was
made to include material that would interest everyone
The staff consisted of Jean Brehmer, editor-in-chiefg
Mary Howe, business manager, Mary Letta Root, as-
sistant business managerg Louise Mann, short story
editor, Grace Weaver, poetry editor, and Kathleen Nara-
more, essay editor.
CRAM, HUTCHINSON. NELSON, THAYER
Muriel E. Hutchinson
John E. Thayer
Mary C. Nelson
Edward S. Cram
The Student Union's primary function is to see that
all rules and regulations for University women are
obeyed. They also have a say in changing former rul-
ings. These laws are printed and given out to the fresh-
man women to learn at the first of the year and tests are
given from time to time. This year the rules and regu-
lations were well overhauled.
To see that these rules are obeyed, a chief justice is
elected annually to head a court system to pass upon
The officers, including the chief justice, are for-
mally installed shortly after the election. They
have charge of the Big Sister organization
which assigns all freshman women to upper-
classwomen who have time, in the opinion
of the council, to look after them.
They also have charge of the compul-
sory mass meetings for women at
wl1ich heads of women's organiza-
tions make announcements to open
the procedure, after which busi-
ness, dancing, refreshments,
fashion shows, and general
entertainment are in order.
FIRST ROW: MCGOVERN. TAYLOR. ANDERSON. SAVAGE
SECOND ROW: METCALF. KEHOE. BELL. EMERSON
FIRST ROW: BECKER. PROF. G. G. GROAT. PROF. M. B. CUMMINGS, PROF. D. B. CARROLL. STONE
SECOND ROW: BEATON. RIGNEY. ROWE. HENDEE. STORY
Prof. M. B. Cummings Prof. J. A. Bullard
Prof. G. G. Groat Prof. D. B. Carroll
Prof. E. C. Mower Dean Swift
Miss Eleanor Cummings
Miss Mary Jean Simpson, Dean of Wonzml
O. B. Bissell
N. M. Abbott
VV. VV. Stone
.faulty .fltucfent eounczl
First Sopranos Second Sopranos First Altos
Anne Bottomley Elizabeth Richmond Virginia Amidon Martha Crane Carol Bell Eleanor Hopkins
Jane Bradley Janice Spear Margaret Bliss Lynette Doe Carol Christiansen Mary Lechnyr
Elizabeth Brown Jean Stewart Claire Bosworth Phyllis Ovitt Nancy Coon Helen Pattrell
Marcelyn Clark Theresa Weiss Priscilla Brayton Ruth Palmer Nita Falby Frances Rogers
Joyce Gardner Joyce Woodruif Betty Cole Virginia Salford
Second Altos OFFICERS
Harriet Dustin Betty Millington P-resident, Margaret Bliss
Doris Hasseltine Alta Plumb Manager, Mary Lechnyr
FIRST ROW: HILL. PATTRELL. ROGERS, DUSTIN, BLISS, PLUMB, COLE. FALEY. SPEAR
SECOND ROW: WOODRUFF. MAYFORTH. WEISS. R. HOPKINS, LECHNYR. E. HOPKINS. BOSWORTH, GARDNER, GUAY
FIRST ROW: PARTRIDGE. SLACK. BARROWS. MINKLEFI. POULIN, PICHIERRI. BRAWN
SECOND ROW: MALONE. OTIS. JOHNSTONE. SHOEMAKER. BOUCHER. BURKE
First Tenors Second Tenors First Bosses
R. L. Burke T. K. Malone D. R. Frey R. O. Slack W. R. Barrows R. H. Percival
D. L. Clark L. Pichierri R. E. Johnstone H. W. Stanley O. Brawn H. J. Rush
C. E. Minkler R. XViIliams A. Maltbie C. WV. Stevens
P. R. Poulin J. J. Zellinger D. O'Neil R. Trimborn
Second Basses OFFICERS
M. J. Boucher M. P. Maurice Manage-r, P. B. Shoemaker
P. C. Jenks R. Otis .'.lS8f3tH1Itl'lfCl'llf!g0'7'3, P. C. Jenks
J. A. Levin P. B. Shoemaker VV. R. Barrows
E. Link D. O'Nei1
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FIRST ROW: FOSTER.
MARION. WYELL. BRIGHAM.
ELDER. HARRIS. SECOND
ROW: BEVINS. H A I N E S.
BISACCIA. NORTON, YOUNG.
THAYER, PROCTER. MET-
Charlotte deVolt Elder, C'oncm'tfnmster
Violins Violoncellos Clarinets
P, C, Jenks Dorothy Schxveuger Miss Freda Harris Phyllis Foster J. E. Thayer Norma Preston
Carol Franz Sully Brigham
H. 0. Beyins L. J. Bisaccia Basses TNIMPSTS
G' L' Haines , I 1 . VV. E. Young Dorothy Manion l
R. H. Percival C. E. Mlnklei Virgina vveyeu
Viola Flute Trombone
VV. G. Norton F. R. Proctor C. E. Minkler
A ' 2.4 't We 'Z
Director, Prof. H. G. Bennett
First Altos First Basses
Marcelyn Clark Sylvia Guay Margaret Bliss Helen Pattrell VV. R. Barrows C. VV. Stevens
Joyce Gardner Nancy Coon Frances Rogers O. Brawn R. Trimborn
Second Sopranos Second Altos Second Basses
Priscilla Brayton Phyllis Ovitt Harriet Dustin Alta Plumb P. C. Jenks R. Otis
Lynette Doe Virginia. Salford Shirley Mayforth E. Link A. L. W'arden
M. P. Maurice
R. L. Burke T. K. Malone FIRST Row: Dusrm, Buss, Dos, OVITT. PLUMB, HOPKINS. Roan-:Rs. GUAY. SPEAR
D, L, Clark L, Piehierl-i sEcoND Row: STEWART. WEISS. GARDNER, MAYFORTH. PATTRELL. FALBY. cooN, POULI
THIRD Row: BARROWS, BURKE. PICHIERRI. JOHNSTONE. OTIS, MALONE, BRAWN, MINKLE
Second Tenors g
D. R. Frey P. R. Poulin 5
R. E. Johnstone H. WV. Stanley
C. E. Minkler
Charlotte deVolt Elder, C0iIC01't'lTl.l18iif37'
P. C. Jenks
H. O. Bevins
I.. J. Bisaccia
C. E. Minkler
J. E. Thayer
VV. G. Norton
F. R. Proctor
Dorothy Manion Virginia Amicion
C. E. Minkler
Joseph F. Lechnyr
Ralph H. Percival
0.1 2 and
Second Assistanlt Laude-r
Lieut.-Col. Jay E. Gillfillan
Ojicer in Charge
J. Creed M. Lavelle
VV. Langlas D. Wilsorr
H. Vlfilliams E. Eaton
C. Moore C. Drown
D. Rousseau H. Stanley
R. Copp VV. Matthew
J. Hitchcock R. Clark
S. Miller A. Kidd
C. Minkler H. Newcity
E. Irwin VV. Barrows
D-rum Maja r
Sgt. James A. Pickett
Eleanor Brody, '40
Bertha L. Burkewitz, '39
Evelyn M. Fuller, '41
Gertrude I. Johnston, '40
Kathleen R. LeBaron, ,41
Mary C. Nelson, '40
Georgianna L. Steinman, '40
Margaret I. Vilheeler, ,39, Manager
Merrill D. Powers, Coach
FIRST ROW: BRODY. WHEELER. NELSON
SECOND ROW: BURKEWITZ, JOHNSTON, LE BARON
om en'.4 pedatbzg eam
During this year's season the women's debating teams
have carried on an unusually active schedule. The
opening contest with Bates College was followed by
debates with Keene Normal College, Plymouth Normal
College, the University of Maine, St. Lawrence Uni-
versity, Rhode Island State College, State Teachers'
College at Salem, Upsala College, and Middlebury Col-
lege. One of the most extensive trips the women have
ever taken closed the program and placed New York
State Teachers' College, Cornell University, Canisius
College, University of Buffalo, and Houghton College on
en'5 pedating cam
The University of Vermont debating team debated
with thirty-one colleges this year, traveled over sixty-two
hundred miles, broadcasted four debates and Won all its
decision debates but one. This record shows that this
year's debating team has been one of the best Vermont
has ever had. Bernard Lisman, YValter Glass and Arnold
Becker with Professor Powers, the debating coach, made
a 3,600-mile trip this spring debating against nine col-
The "Anglo-American Alliance" and "Pump Priming-"
were the questions upon which the team debated. Twenty-
iive of their debates were of the non-decision type. Of
FIRST ROW: STEINBURG, GLASS. MR. POWERS. LISMAN, MOSKOVITZ
SECOND ROW: BURKE. BECKER. HUNTLEY. CALDWELL
the seven decision debates Vermont lost only one in which
they debated against Harvard.
Taze Huntley and Howard Durfee also represented
Vermont in several debates.
The colleges against whom Vermont debated include:
Bates, University of Maine, St. Lawrence, Hobart
R. P. I., Keene Normal, McGill, Connecticut State,
Harvard, Boston University, Manhattan, Columbia, New-
ark, Brooklyn, Bucknell, Middlebury, St. Patrick's, St.
Mic-hael's, University of Pennsylvania, Princeton, Union,
Lenoir Rhyne, College of Charleston, South Georgia,
Rollins, University of Florida, Mercer University, Fur-
nam University, and University of Richmond.
Arnold H. Becker
Walter M. Glass
Taze R. Huntley
Alexander J. Lapsis
President, Bertha Burkewitz
Treasurer, Mary Howe
Social Chairman, June Riddell
Work Super'visor, Leola Stiles
Faculty Advisor, Prof. Leon Dean
B rendu Crocker
FIRST ROW: NICHOLS. DUCAS. HOWE. STILES, BURKEWITZ. PROF. DEAN, NICHOLS. BURBANK
SECOND ROW: GREAVES, WIMETT, FRISBIE. PALERMO, KINSLEY, CROCKER. ELDRIDGE MURRAY
THIRD ROW: DONLON. CONNER. FISK, EREHMER. NELSON. CARVER. LOOP
Elizabeth Myers Grace VVeaver Phyllis Williams Jean Saul
Kathleen Naramore Pamelia Huggies Jean Brooks Margaret Drum
J :me Lyons
FIRST ROW: DRUM, PROF. DEAN. DENNIS. BREHMER, WILLIAMS. LYONS. NARAMORE
SECOND ROW: RUGGLES. ROOT. MYERS. SAUL. BISSON. WEAVER
President, Jean Brehmer
Vice-P-rasidzmt, Jeanette Bisson
Secretary-'l'-1'eas-umr, Mary Letta
Social Clmirmrm, Jeanne Dennis
President, Eleanor Fletcher
Secrefary-Trmwu-rrstr, Mary Nelson
Publicity, Laura Hawley
Flnsr now: slvuri-1, GREY. Buss, nucAs. MAYFORTH, enEAvEs, snowu
secoun now: PRONDECKI. CAMPBELL. cAnvER. MYERS, snowu. ans:-msn. TREAT, Lvous
Mary Ann Palmer
Mary Lotta Root
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President, Miriam Healy
Vice-President, Florence Wade
Secretary, Mary Lette Root
Treasurer, Bertha Burkewitz
Director of Frexhman Camp, Betsy Taylor
Assistnzzt Director of Freshman Camp, Elizabeth Myers
Editor of Freshman I1a'ndImok, Muriel Hutchinson
Businexs Ma-mzge-r, Mary Nelson
Publicity A gent, Shirley Gray
C'hai-rnmn of Rock Point, Kathleen I,eBaron
Social Service, Florence Wade
Social C'hairman, Eleanor Fletcher
FIRST ROW: HUTCHINSON
WADE, BURKEWITZ, HEALY,
TAYLOR. NELSON. MYERS,
SECOND ROW: BODETTE.
-- LEBARON, FLETCHER, GRAY.
K Roof ,
Wtmont ektbtian -giiociation
Chaimnmz, R. VViIson Public-ity, D. Ball
Secretary, T. Hazelton Publicity. C. Brown
Director of Depultations, O. B. Bissell Bu.si1mss Mmmigor, E. S. Cram
Editor nf Handbook, J. Thayer Assistant Manager of Fr'eshma'n Ca-mp, E. L. Davis
Manager of Freshman Camp, L. Lazer
N. M. Abbott
F. H. Canary
W. J. Auguste-novich
E. F. Hawkins
F. S. Heath
F. A. Johnson
J. F. Corbett
E. M. Creed
G. D. Easton
Ch-flII"7llLl1I-, C. A. Renfrew D
V'ice-Chairman. F. A. Johnson
Secretary-T1'aas1u'er, F. H. Canary
Honorary Clzuirma-n, Prof. E. L. Sussdorff
FIRST ROW: HOFFMAN.
HAZELTON. WILSON. DAVIS.
SECOND ROW: JOHNSON.
BALL. COLEHAMEFI. BROWN
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF
A fuechanical fngineeta
B. VV. Harriman C. A. Renfrew
F. B. Muck NN. A. VVheeler, Jr.
M. L. Newton
A. R. Pesarik
G. L. Smith
WV. M. Smith, Jr.
E. J. Roberts R. M. Story
L. B. Zumbon
B. XV. Hill J. B. Pignona
J. B. Kennedy NV. L. Potter
E. Link R. Rumsdell
NV. E. Young
FIRST ROW: HAWKIN5. NEWTON. RENFREW. STORY. ROBERTS, PROF. E. L. SUSSDORFF CREED
SECOND ROW: HEATH. PESARIK. YOUNG. ZAMEON, FARNHAM. RAMSDELL
C'hCl'II"I7lll7I-, D. L. Clark
Vice-Chairvnan, VV. O. Hale
Seemta1'y-Trzeasurer, P. VVater1nan
Faculty Counselor, Prof. R.. O. Buchanan
FIRST ROW: BAILEY. CLARK. HALE. LEARY. HULL
SECOND ROW: WATERMAN, PHILLIPS, YOUNG. ABELL, COBURN
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF
Vermont Branch, Organized I928
E. D. Abell D. L. Clark VV. O. Hale G. K. Young
E. M. Brown F. A. Cross F. B. Leary
E. C. Bailey M. D. Hull R. B. Smith
G. li. Dunn F. II. Procter P. RNUEEYIIIIIII
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF
Established ot Vermont, 1936
VV. H. Ilvnway E. J. Ccrutti E. P. Mansfield L. D. Pierce
R. Dudley XV. P. Koch P. J. VVl1alen H. R. Westover
D. E. Johnson R.. IV. Robinson J. B. XVl1eeIer
G. I. Palmer
FIRST ROW: MANSFIELD. TAGGART. ROBINSON. BENWAY. PIERCE. CERUTTI
SECOND ROW: PALMER. WESTOVER. DUDLEY, WILLSON, KOCH, WHALEN
A. J. Taggett
H. S. VViIlson
President, VV. H. Benway
Vice-Pmsidmit, E. J. Cerutti
Secretary-Treasu-rar, R. W. Robinson
Faculty A divisor, Dean G. F. Eckhard
President, R. R. Rogers
Secretary, F. NV. Nye
Treasurer, J. Rogers
President, H. J. Haynes
Secretary, C. H. Sheldon
- Treasurer, H. G. Page
Faculty Advisor, Prof. M. H. Campbell
FIRST ROW: E. PAQUETTE, EVANS, KETCI-IAM. PLUMB, ROGERS. HAYNES, MARSCEILL PAGE
HORTON. SH ELDON
SECOND ROW: WELLS. ESTEY. MARTIN, PITMAN. LIVAK. R. DANA. SLACK. L. PAQUETTE KAMEOUR
THIRD ROW: WILMOT. D. DANA. RICE, ANDERSON, PIKE, NYE, COPP, NICHOLS ROGERS
14 ' H 6
Seniors Juniqfs C. I-I. Shelfloll H. G. Page E. L. Nichols
F. E. iumceii R. E. White G- Pifmfm E. F. Paquette
11. E. Plumb J. s. xvhaworih G- H- Mflrtm Sophnmores F. W. Nye
H. J. Haynes J. Rogers M- J- Wells G. H. Bailey R. D. Copp
C. VV. Livak L. D. Paquette C- A- LHHGY H. R. Cushman K. J. Estey
R. M. Young S. J. Anderson H- F- Nelson G. M. Ward R. S. Corbin
R. R. Rogers H. J. Ripper R. E. Dana R, E, Evans J, H. Nelson
S. L. Nichols H. M. Ketcham L. M. Rice F. H. Livak
.9 tat atio af ke! t' 5 Z 6
"resident, T. Huntley, '41 V'ice-Presidmzt, G. Louise Mann, ,441 Sec:-atm-yj lyim-gm-,gt Drum, '41 1'-renew-ep-, XV, M, Cole-hammer, 41
It is significant that the International Relations Club
at the University of Vermont has seen fit to increase the
scope of its activities in these troubled times. More
and more, students are looking for a club where the im-
portant international, national, and local problems of
the day can be clarified and the I. R. C. adequately fills
the need for a place where these vital problems can be
brought before interested members of the student body.
In the spring of 1939, the club elected B. Frank, '39,
temporary chairman to effect a complete reorganization
along the line of increased student participation in its
activities. A committee composed of B. Lisman, '39, as
chairman, G. Louise Mann, '-111, and J. Evans, '42, was
appointed to draw up a constitution for the club.
The new constitution of the International Relations
Club has been approved by the club and provides for
many features new to the club, which will take effect
in earnest upon the resumption of school next fall. At
least two regular meetings are to be held every month,
and the club is to hold at least three open meetings a
year to which the entire student body and the general
public are to be invited. For the first time in its history
at Vermont, the I. R. C. will have a definite member-
ship, the only requirements being membership in good
standing in the University and payment of a small mem-
bership fee, half of which is payable at the beginning of
FIRST ROW: LISMAN. BOUCHER, GASPERINI. FLETCHER, JONES. STEINMAN, GOMEZ. HOFFMAN, BURKE
SECOND ROW: DOHENY. ATKINS. STEINBERG, JOHNSTONE. CRIMMIN. COLEHAMER. BALL. HEALY. JOHNSON
u a u.mmN 'L
FIRST ROW: HAWLEY. N. FLETCHER. UTTER. E. FLETCHER. BAILEY. SMITH, BUTLER
SECOND ROW: RICE. SHAPLAND, LYMAN. LINSLEY. NUSSBAUM. DAVIS, JONES
President, E. Ballev
Treasurer, S. Gilbert
Secretary, Eleanor Fletcher
outing 61116 found!
E. Bailey Norma Fletcher C. Nussbaum
Jean Butler S. Gilbert Edith Rice
R. Davis Laura Hawley Barbara Shapland
Eleanor Fletcher Nancy Jones Dorothea Smith
fe fatale iztancaif
Shirley Gray J. Thayer Barbara Campbell
Madeline Greaves Sarah Vlfilson Honorine Carrier
Gale Klinger ' Joyce WVoodruH Ethelyn Chaffee
Phyllis Lake Mary Arms Millicent Clough
Antoinette DeLaricheliere Evelyn Allyn Georgette Coutu
Betsy Marlow Barbara Bishop Marguerite Doheny
Ruth Palmer Jeannette Bisson Hilda Ebare
S. Pease Gertrude Burbank John Evans
Judith Perry Ellen Brown Mary Fitzsimonds
Barbara Smith Olive Burrington Beryl Frank
FIRST ROW: BURBANK. GREAVES. DUCAS. SMITH. ALLYN. MARLOW. BUTLER. FIFIELD DENNIS
SECOND ROW: PALMER. DE LARICHELIERE, PRONDECKI. BROWN. BREHMER. CAMPBELL FITZSIMMON TREAT
THIRD ROW: EVANS. CURRIER, GREY, WILLIAMS. ISAKSON. BURRINGTON. THAYER
I Iesirlzmf, J. Roberts
I Ire-l'rexicla1Itx,C. Livak
FIRST Row: F. I.IvAK. CAMPBELL. HEATH. F. JOHNSON., K. JOHNSON. RoBERTs. KARREN. MAHONEY, RIVERS. I.. AGAN
SECOND ROW: E. PAQUETTE. WEBSTER, c. LIVAK. wII.MoT. R. AGAN. HARMON. WEBSTER. I.. PAQUETTE
THIRD Row: SMITH. GAII.. KETCHAM. BALL, YouNG. BISHOP. NEWTON. PERRY
"Vermont Independentsn is the name chosen for them-
selves by the organized half of the non-fraternity men.
It is this group that enters campus activities as repre-
sentatives of the Independents.
Starting with a small group as a nucleus, the group has
grown in size and accomplishments. During the past
two years the V. I. has made for itself a new constitu-
tion, sponsored dances, entered intramural athletics,
SOCl'l!tllI'.II, F. Johnson
7'ruzI.vIn'er, F. Livak
G. B. Dunn
fielded a drill squad, and entered Kake WValk, as well as
being directly responsible for the new skating rink.
The purpose of the organization is to promote social
outlets for non-fraternity men, outlets which in the past
have been greatly limited, due mainly to lack of organi-
Always with a definite goal before them, the present
group is endeavoring to have a house of their own, to be
available to all non-fraternity men next year C1939-401.
With its present enthusiasm and effort the V. I. points
towards an even better year with stronger athletic teams
and more social undertakings, all with the ultimate bene-
lit of Vermont in mind.
l'resirIr'1I!, B. Lisman
l'iz-rf-I'I'1'xirIeIIt, Helen Loudon
Sl'l'I'l-ffll'-Il, Gertrude Atkins
TrerIsIIrz'r, D. Steinberg
G. Louise Mann
Edna Mae Marsett
FIRST ROW: HERRICK. DENNIS, BURBANK, LISMAN, LOUDON. STEINBERG. CROCKER, STEINMAN. BUTLER
SECOND ROW: PERKINS. SMITH, ELDRIDGE. TAYLOR. HOFFMAN. WADE. CONNOR, FRISBIE
THIRD ROW: BREHMER. WIMETT. KINSLEY. RIGNEY. WILLIAMS, MYERS. RINCK, LAFAYETTE
.FIRST ROW: MARTIN. BLISS. WIMETT. HEALY. MCGOVERN. LECHNYR. 0'BRIEN. SHANDOFF. DE LARICHELIERE IBY
SECOND ROW: ROME. KYLE. CONNERY, BUTLER. DONLON. RIGNEY. ROONEY. CARRIER, THAEAULT
THIRD ROW: HORVATH, CVTOOLE. CORLEY, CORBIN. REYNOLDS, MALEY, DALTON, THAYER. WHITE, PLANT
' H. BPGIIICIICIIIIII li, Gleason
l'r-resident, R. G. Healy Secretary, Phyllis McGovern
Virre-l'ras'idrmt, Mary Lechnyr il'frca.vfurer, VV. O'Brien
H. MacDonald Sally Rigney
R. Healy D. Maley Eileen Rooney
J. Horvath L. McCrcu E. Sennctt
A. Lapsis Phyllis McGovern A. Senuta
R. Laramie T. B. McHugh E. Simpson
Annette Connery Mary Lechnyr W. Murphy L. Simpson
J. Corbett F. Leonard VV. O'Brien Frances VVhalen
P. Corley Norma Lessor M. O'TooIe P. NVhalen
J. Diforio R. Lynch M. Reynolds J. J. VVhite
E. Flynn Ruth VVimett
Z Bt: EY 5
President, R. H. Gale C'l1a.ir'rnau. of Program Cmmnittzm, D. H. Howe
Vrioe-Presidmzi, M. A. Solin Faculty .f1lIz'is0r, Prof. G. H. Burrows
Sacreta'ry-Treasurer, A. R. Viiilliams
J. L. Cohen
S. S. Cutler
R.. H. Gale
VV. H. Sharp
M. A. Solin
R. M. Davis
H. L. Plant
R. D. Rich
A. R. Vtlillialns
D. H. Howe T. YV. Bartlett
H. L. Minckler Gwendolyn Blanchard
FIRST ROW: FORD. WILSON. PLANT. BARTLETT
SECOND ROW: LYMAN. BLANC!-IARD. JOHNSTON, GALE. RICH
THIRD ROW: PARTRIDGE.-SOLIN. SHARP. WILLIAMS
D. V. Collins
F. E. Ford
W. R. Lyman
C. XV. Partridge
FIRST ROW: WEBSTER. PRATT. HAYNES. PROF. K. J. SHELDON. PAQUETTE. PLUMB. NYE. PAGE. KETCHAM
SECOND ROW: M. WELLS. ESTEY. MARTIN. WEBSTER. CUSHMAN. SLACK. SHELDON. PITMAN. PAQUETTE
THIRD ROW: R. ROGERS. EVANS. J. ROGERS. SMITH. MARSCEILL.. HORTON. WILMOT. BORDEAU. THOMAS
171-esidmryt, Ernest Paqucttc
Vice-Prasiflrmt, F. Nyc
Secretawly H. Haines
Trans-urm', R. E. Plumb
XV. H. Bourdeau
H. R. Cushman
K. J. Estey
R. F. Evans
H. J. Haines
C. P. Horton
R. F. Irish
H. M. Ketchum
'zmeu of -lqmetica
Reporter, H. Cushman
Faculty Ad-visor, Prof. K. J. Sheldon
Pa.rIimnentaria11., Mr. C. Wright
Gm-rnfma-rian, Mr. H. Martin
H. G. Page R. O. Slack
E. F. Paquette A. C. Smith
L. D. Paquette C. H. Sheldon
G. Pitman C. A. NVebstcr
R. E. Plumb F. H. Webster
J. C. Rogers - R. H. Wells
R. R. Rogers J. S. Whitworth
H. H. Russell C. A. Wilmot
B. C. Brown
T. B. McHugh
K. F. Beaton '
H. YV. Coburn
J. M. Evans
J. A. Hamilton
BROWN. BEATON. HAMIL
TON. MCHUGH. COBURN
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ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER
Founded at DePauw University, 1885
1Established at Vermont, 1921
44 170 an
FIRST ROW: SMITH. BISHOP. ELEANOR BAYLEY. HOWE. WATTS. GALLAGHER. DUCAS. WILLIAMS PERRY GREAVES
SECOND ROW: MYERS. PERLEY, DOPP. WHEELER, SHELTUS, SHIPPEE. FOSTER. WHITNEY, SWEENY HUTCHINSON BURKEWITZ
THIRD ROW: NELSON. ROCK. HOSLEY. FISKE. KIESLICH. BAILEY. A. HOWE. DEL GIUDICE. ERICSON HALL SHEEHAN
FOURTH ROW: MACRAE. PRONDECKI. BERRY. ROOT. JUDD. MARLOW. RICHMOND. PETERS. ELOISE BAYLEY ISHAM DOTON
Lydia Del Giudice
SOROR IN FACULTATE
Gennettc C. Davis
SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE
Mary I.etta Root
x, , H g6ga09P'fl3QPUi0Dpx
Founded at Lombard College, l893
Established at Vermont, l9l5
K 173 33
FIRST ROW: ATKINS. GILLINGHAM. HERRICK. BUTTLES. WIMETT. RIGNEY. MILLS, SMITH, WIEGAND RIDDELL
SECOND ROW: KILBURN. NICHOLS. COOLEY. ROONEY. WEAVER. KEEDY. SHANDOFF. PERKINS SPEAR
THIRD ROW: E. HEATH. LIVINGSTON. BISSELL. WITHAM. SHAPLAND. TUCKER. MCCORMICK BADGER
Alida B. Fairbanks
SORORES IN FACULTATE
SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE
I 9 4 0
M. Louise Morgan
N 'sf '15
Founded at Boston University, 1888
Established at Vermont, 1893
FIRST ROW: BREHMER. SEAVER. BUTLER. LESSOR, CANEDY. ERADWAY, FIFIELD. BEATTY, ORTON. WOODRUF
SECOND ROW: AGARD. NADEAU. BUTLER, STETSON, LOVELL, CLARK. RIDDELL. KLINGER. CROCKER. EENEDICT,
BACK ROW: WRIGHT. CAMPBELL. JAY. PALERMO. WILLIAMS. TE
Marjorie E. Luce
SORORES IN FACULTATE
RRILL. WARNER. CREAMER. WILSON. ALBRO. INGALLS
Helen E. Nichols Verna E. Parker
SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE
Lillian J ay
I 9 4 I
J une Riddell
,ala 14,241 Theta
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4 .. ..
Founded at DePauw University, 1870
Established at Vermont, 1881
FIRST ROW: HALL. BRISTOL. SHAKESPEARE. BAXENDALE. TAYLOR, RIST, RICE. FLETCHER, MCGOVERN MAECK HAWLEY
SECOND ROW: WHIPPLE, HALL, WHITNEY, GUTTORMSEN, MANN, RICE. HOLDEN. RUST, COBB, SWANSON BOTTOMLEY
THIRD ROW: PACIULLI. HAMOND, JONES. CARUTHERS. MANN, LEBARON. PEARL. ABEL. ESHERICK. M BELL C BELL COBB
Mary R. Bates
llfary A. Boynton
Mary Jane Hammond
SORORES IN FACULTATE
Mrs. Gordon Davis
SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE
Mary Phyllis McGovern
Mary Jean Simpson
Florence M. VVoodard
pi feta ph'
1' 1 ' . 'J
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'l I 0
Founded at Monmouth College, 1867
Established of Vermont, l898
FIRST ROW: GORDON. WOLFE. SAUL, BRODIE. GRIFFEL, SPIWAK. OLING. ZEICHICK
SECOND ROW: SAMUELSON, COHEN. HELLER. SILVERMAN. REICHMAN. BERMAN, LEVIN FLEISHMAN
Founded at Vermont, 1926
SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE
Ruth Spiwak 4
President, RUTH A.
Pauline Rowe ......
Ruth Mills ...........
an -fkffen ic
Virginia Bradway .........
Betsey Taylor ..........
Lois Brown ........
Joyce Bates ........
Secretary-Treasurer, VIRGINIA BRADWAY
FIRST ROW: BRADWAY, TAYLOR, MILLS. BROWN, ROWE, BATES
SECOND ROW: ' NARAMORE, HALL, MARLOW, BUTLER, TAYLOR. KEEDY
FIRST ROW: DUNN. BISSELL. GOMEZ. THOMPSON. PLUMB. PROF. CARROLL. MCHUGH DAVIS
SECOND ROW: HOUFlS. BEATON. UTTER. KATZ. WOLK. SCHOFIELD. REUBENS THOMAS
.gn tat tazfetn ity can ci!
Faculty Advisor, Pnolv. D. B. CARROLL Secretary-Treasurer, R. E. PLUMB
B. McHugh ...........
E. Plumb .........
A. Gomez .....
G. Brown ......,..
A. Hunter, J r ..,.,.....
D. Pearl ..........,..
F. Gearing . ...,..
G. Davis, Jr. ........
D. Katz .......
President, VV. S. TIXOLIPSON
C. H. Schofield
E. Gasperini, Jr.
. E. Patch
L VV. Utter
. G. Sedlis
VERMONT BETA ZETA
Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1865
Established at Vermont, 1887
FIRST ROW: DAVIS. PITTMAN. HAWKINS. WYSOLMERSKI. JOHNSTONE. THOMAS. J. THAYER. MACDONALD KOGUT CHASE
SECOND ROW: WAITE. SAYRE, R. THAYER. SABRE. FLETCHER. CORELL. DORION. WRIGHT. SISKO GIFFORD MCGINTY
THIRD ROW: ROUSSEAU, BANNON, NOYES. KEARNEY. BEINICKE, COLE. CZOCHOR, OLSON TOOLES WARDER
FRATRES IN FACULTATE
Guy VV. Bailey Elbridge C. Jacobs
Arthur D. Butterfield Hovey Jordan
Henry V. Kogut
lvilliam G. Cole
Everett L. Davis
George J. Bicoulis
Kenneth S. Fletcher
Edward E. Gilford
R. A. Correll
G. F. J. Lehner
FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE
l 9 3 9
T. Burke lNIcHugh
Herbert VV. Johnstone
Robert E. Johnstone
Allan D. MacDonald
George VV. MacDow
Charles F. Whitney
John A. Chase
Jolm E. Thayer
Roger E. Thomas
Joseph M. VVysolmerski
Harry VV. Noyes
Floyd R. Olson
VVilliam H. Wright
S. J. Sysko
VVilliam B. Tooles
U Ui 45,00
44 187 57
FIRST ROW: OTIS. STANLEY. COLLINS. CORLISS. WHITE. GROUT. MACMARTIN. PIKE. GOSLINE DUNCAN
SECOND ROW: JENKS, MILLER, PLUMB, HORTON, JONES, MINCKLER, NICHOLSON. WILSON. PIERCE RENFREW GRANT
THIRD ROW: BARROWS. FLAGG. THAYER. ROOD. NICHOLS, COBURNE. GALLUP. RICE. GILBERT, NOONAN E BAILEY SLACK
FOURTH ROW: G. BAILEY. SMALL. ROBY. KENNEY. ANDERSON. PHILLIPS. SEELEY, TRACY. STRASSBURG FISKE DAVIS
Paul K. French
Fred S. Kent
James Kelley Duncan
FRATRES IN FACULTATE
F R AT
Harry F. Perkins
RES IN UNIVERSITATE
Frederick T. Jones
Louis D. Pierce
Paul C. Jenks
Robert B. Linsley
George S. Noonan
S. Edgar Miller
l 9 4 2
MacGregor M ac-Martin
Howard A. Prentice
A. B radley Soule
Lawrence M. Rice
R. O. Slack
Owen Van Hise
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ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER
Founded at University of Virginia, 1869
Established at Vermont, 1893
FIRST ROW: CROSSLEY. PARRY. GOMEZ. SMITH. SCHOFIELD. L. SIMPSON. CAMPBELL. CROSS. MCDONOUGH KIMBALL MOCK
SECOND ROW: SHAW, WINSLOW, SHAEFFER. WILLIAMS. ROYER. WAY. O'TOOLE. RICE. O'NEIL SULLIVAN DURFEE
THIRD ROW: E. SIMPSON. REYNOLDS. SIEVWRIGHT. HUNTER. BEAUCHEMIN. PARTRIDGE, CORLEY LYNCH HEALY SIMMONS
Alfred C. Andrews
Ernest H. Buttles
J ames Corbett
Chester VV. Partridge
Murton C. Pike
FRATRES IN FACULTATE
Joseph L. Hills
George V. Kidder
Walford T. Rees
FRATRES IN UNIVERSI'l'A'l'E
Lyman C. Hunt, Jr.
Merle C. Reynolds
Leonard Simmons, Jr
Walter Smith, Jr.
Frederick A. Shaw
Harry A. Way
pk 1' pefta eta:
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Founded at Miami University, 1848
Established at Vermont, 1879
FIRST ROW: NICHOLS. MIDDLEWORTH. BOUCHER. GASPERINI, HUTCHINS, HUNTER. McKEE, WHITCOMB BROWN GRIFFIN
SECOND ROW: NUTTER. DANIELS. PACI-IE. MURPHY. RANNEY. SHORTLE. POTTER. BERRY. MILLER RAMSDELL
THIRD ROW: GODFREY, PRATT. MCCUEN. CRONIN, EMETT, FLYNN, MULLENS, PIGNONA, WALKER HAMILTON
James A. Bullard
George P. Burns
John A. Hunter
Martin J. Boucher, Jr.
Wlilliarn J. Buckley
Robert L. Burke
John F. Cronin
VVilliani A. Daniels
James T. Emott
Donald J. Nutter
Charles A. Shortle
Clark A. Miller
FRATRES IN FACULTATE
Herbert A. Durfee
Frederick K. Jackson
Forrest VV. Kehoe
Charles A. Kern
FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE
Harold L. Hutchins
Vincent C. Juskiewicz
Eugene Gasperini, Jr.
W'illiam M. Griffin
Edward A. Flynn, Jr.
Robert G. Foster
Clarke S. Nichols
Henri L. Pache
James B. Pignona
Louis F. Pine
Robert McEwen, III
Edward B. Godfrey
Edmund C. Mower
Elmer YV. Pike
George M. Sabin
James E. McKee
Henry V. Middleworth
Lee B. lfVhitcomb
Wlilliam L. Potter
VVilliam A. Pratt
VVilliam S. Preston
Roger E. Ramsdell
Jonathan B. Itanney
Eric A. Hamilton
Alfred E. VValker
FIRST ROW: EEATON, JOHNSON. SIMMONS. BROWN. HALE. COBURN, KOTUBY, CHIARELLO
SECOND ROW: CENC1. CABANZO. WHITE. WILLSON. NYE. TAGGART. HITCHCOCK
Charles E. Braun
VV. Thompson Fulton
Burke G. Brown
Kendall F. Beaton
David E. Johnson, Jr.
Hiram O. Bevins
Jose N. Cabanzo
FRATRES IN FACULTATE
Robert J. Livingstone
Karl C. MacMahon
Lyman S. Rowell
FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE
1 9 3 9
W. 0. Hale
1 9 4 0
Ferdinand C. Chiarello
Francis N ye
C. Raymond Simmons
Herbert W. Coburn
John L. Kotuby
Paul R. Poulin
Harold S. VVills0n
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Founded of the University of Alabama, 1856
Established at Vermont, 1922
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FIRST ROW: CORBIN. ROEDER, DUNN. DITORE. SEARLE. HAWES
SECOND ROW: CANARY. SNAPE, PATCH. BRAY. GEARING. RISING, BISSELL, CLIFFORD
THIRD ROW: UTLEY, PICHIERRI. EATON. RULFO, TAYLOR. AUGUSTENOVICH. CLARK, CROSS PROCTOR
FOURTH ROW: MININGHAM, GUILBERT, MERCIER. MASSUCCO. BAKER. SUOJANEN, SALMON
Milton H. Aldrich
Oscar B. Bissell
Francis H. Canary
Donald F. Gearing
VVilliam M. Colehammer
Edward A. Guilbert
Harold VV. Kennedy, 2nd
Thomas K. Malone, Jr.
FRATRES IN FACULTATE
Albert G. Mackey Arthur B. Myrick
FRATRES IN UNIVRRSITATE
David L. Clark
Everett P. Clifford
1 9 4 0
John N. Houpis
Joseph R. Massucco
VVn1. D. Mininghaul,
Dwight D. Patch
Frank R. Proctor
Frederick A. Cross
Richard F. Snape
Adrian VV. Mercier
Peter P. Patch
Floyd C. Rising
Frank M. Taylor
Frank H. Utley
Wlaino Suoj anen
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Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1869
Established at Vermont, 1898
FIRST ROW: GIDDINGS. SMITH. DARLIN. CHESNEY. STIGLIANO. FAHEY J DAVIS
SECOND ROW: STOWELL. ERWIN, ROBINSON, GRAZIANO. GLEASON, STONE, JONES, HUSING PRIOR S DAVIS MCCREA
THIRD ROW: BLANCHARD, BOYDEN. WAKEFIELD. SWIFT. LOGAN. G. SMITH. KOCH. KENNEDY H LONG LAWRENCE GUYNUP
FOURTH ROW: DUBA. CLANCY. HILL. PYE. FITZGERALD. TULLY. LINK. C. LONG REED COUTURE
Vllellington F.. Aiken
Stillman G. Davis, Jr.
Richard F. Farrell
Robert L. Gleason
Channing L. Adams
lvilliam L. Blanchard
John VV. Davis
Edward S. Erwin
Howard F. Fitzgerald
James B. Clancy
Jack H. Couture
John J. Fahey
George VV. Andrews
Norman J. Boyden
Lester P. Brown
John D. Dowling
Carl C. Guynup
FRATRES IN FACULTATE
Archibald T. Post Harold I. lVilliarns
FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE
Jolm C. Husing
David R. Jones
Lawrence D. McCrea
Richard F. Morgner
James C. Giddings
Don J. Graziuno
William P. Koch
Cedric A. Lafley
Charles R. McClelland
Bernard W. Hill
John B. Kennedy
Maynard J. Lawrence
James R. Lawler
Fred P. Logan
Clifford G. Long
Herbert J. Long
Jack T. Prior
Seymour H. Robinson
VVilliam W. Stone
Robert A. Peterson
R. Walker Robinson
Gordon L. Smith
David E. Stowell
Powell J. Whalen
Eugene G. Link
VVilliam I. Pye
Earl G. Reed
John J. Stigliano
James D. Sawyer
Roderick L. Smith
lVi1liam P. Swift
John J. Tulley
Robert D. Wakefield
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Founded at Union College, 1827
Established at Vermont, 1845
FIRST ROW: MEIKLEM, LANGLAS, LADD, STONE. GERARD. THOMPSON. GORTON. MORRIS ALLEN
SECOND ROW: OAKES, STEVENS. FARNAM. THOMPSON, CRANE, STORY, REYNOLDS. SIBLEY TUCKER
THIRD ROW: EVANS. CRAM. UTTER. BETTS. HAMILTON. DICKIE, MOORE. EURGESS
Albert Basil Jerard
Howard A. Allen
Edward S. Cram
Raymond A. Betts
Roswell VV. Farnham
Jolm S. Burgess
Paul A. Dieke
Joan M. Evans
FRATRES IN FACULTATE
Paul D. Clark John B. VVheeler
FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE
l 9 3 9
VVendell E. Ladd
Robert N. Gorton
VVilliam C. Langlas
John A. Meiklem
l 9 4 l
Burt C. Stone
John A. Hamilton
M. Paige Maurice, 3rd
A. C. Moore
Webster S. Thompson
Richard M. Story
Charles VV. Utter
Norman YV. Thompson
Gilbert B. Oakes
llflycrs J. Reynolds, Jr
James H. Stephens
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Founded at Columbia University, 1906
Established at Vermont, 1919
Edward M. Berkowitz
Leonard S. Berman
FIRST ROW: BERKOWITZ, SCHWARTZ. CHERESKIN. WOOL. KING. HARRIS. RUTSTEIN KATZ
SECOND ROW: GOODMAN. EAROWSKY, FIRESTONE. MILLER, GIPSTEIN. BERMAN F1NER
THIRD ROW: DATNOFF, BLOOM. NEWMAN. ITZKOWITZ, BASCH
FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE
Seymour I. Barowsky
Jerome D. Katz
Sumner S. Firestone
Frank M. Newman
Edward G. Sedlis
Myron A. Solin
M anucl A. Miller
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Founded of Columbia, 1909
Established at Vermont, 1928
FIRST ROW: COHEN, LEVIN. A. SCHWARTZ. LEVINSON. LIPPE. RESNICK. HOLTZMAN SISSLEMAN
SECOND ROW: KAMBER, SAMUELS. STEINBERG. GLASS, ROSENTHAL, LISMAN. SCHWARTZ, NUSSBAUM CUTLER LEWIS PEARL
THIRD ROW: GERBER1 WOLFE. KAPLAN, FIEGENBAUM, ALTENBERG. B. WOLFE. RUBENS COHEN BERGER GOLDBERG
FOURTH ROW: KENET. RYNOWECER. KATZEW. BECKER. SIRKIN. WOLK. BOROFSKY. OLSHAN KARELITZ GODNICK REISER
Harold F iegenbaum
FRATER IN FACULTATE
Hyman B. Levine
FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE
Arthur D. VVolk
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of the ARIEL were named by George Petty as the
three most beautiful girls on the Vermont campus.
Petty's rnodernistic drawings which appear in various
well-known magazines, are convincing testimony to
his ability to judge beauty. He chose these three girls
from eight pictures submitted to him as the choice of
the student body. Previously, a group of fifteen girls
were selected by a student committee from names sub-
mitted by fraternities, sororities and dormitories.
It is interesting to note that of the three girls
finally chosen, two are freshmen, the other a junior.
They present three entirely different types of beauty---
one a distinct brunette and the other two equally dis-
tinct blondes. Frances Lynch is of the Celtic type,
while jean Harshbarger and Sally Rome are N ordics.
The committee which chose the initial fifteen
from which these three emerged victorious was com-
posed of eight women, eight men, and the chairman.
Their names are as follows: L. A. Simpson, chair-
man, Mary Arms, Jean Butler, Phyllis McGovern,
Alta' Plumb, Barbara Smith, Betty Taylor, Betty Terrill,
Grace Weaver, H. A. Allen, jr., E. C. Bailey,
A. Belardinelli, M. Boucher, R. E. Johnstone,
P. E. Patch, R. W. Robinson, and C. W. Utter.
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A gay young thing .... deceiving brown
eyes .... incredulous and Wide open ....
lovely jet hair .... a background for 21
red flower .... white rose-petal skin . . .
accents of dark lashes .... that curl ....
She's ingenuous .... besides being Charm-
ing .... and Friendly .... A Freshman
. . . . and a Blue Ribbon Winner . . . . A
Home Eccer .... seen lapping up Ice Cream
Sodas .... chocolate .... with a blond
athlete .... Designs Clothes .... Models,
too .... has that swing .... Indulges in
Dancing .... doesn't like Hot Dogs ....
A Burlington product .... Eyes that Mock
. . . . Engagingly . . . . A Pi Phi Sister . . . .
A Campus Asset ....
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unexpected .... loves living .... laughs
heartily .... receives mail from Hanover
. . . . a sophisticate . . . . a swagger, too,
when the occasion demands .... wears a
Pi Phi Pin .... a Junior .... hails from
Detroit .... a tinge of an accent .... goes
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Dancing .... She's good too .... Likes
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curly hair .... and oh so sweet .... Likes
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more Aide next year, too . . . A. Robinson
Hall .... QTel. 491 .... Basketball, base-
ball her favorites .... and she swings ....
a mean ping-pong paddle .... they say ....
Dobbs Ferry is responsible for this .... have
loaned her for four years .... Has pet turtle
. . . . Scotty by name . . . . Likes her men tall,
dark and handsome .... what a contrast
. . . . with Sally's fair complexion . . . . with
the coloring of a ripe apricot .... Luscious?
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The 14-7th Founder's Day was celebrated April 30,
1938, in the Ira Allen Chapel. The chapel ceremony
was preceded by aystudent and faculty procession in
which the senior class appeared for the first time in
cap and gown.
The list of honorary society members for the year
was read by the President and the new members of
Mortar Board, Boulder and Scabbard and Blade were
Boulder announced five outstanding men of the class
of 1939, chosen for character, leadership, and amount
of work accomplished in University activities, both
scholastic and athletic. These men were: R. A.
Gomez, Barre, J. A. Hunter, Dover, N. H., J. C.
Husing, Lynbrook, N. Y., F. C. Leonard, Orwell, H. L.
Minckler, Grand Isle.
The seven women elected to Mortar Board, national
senior women's honorary society, were chosen for having
outstanding qualities of scholarship, leadership, and serv-
ice. The new Mortar Board were: Harriet J. Ander-
son, East Craftsbury, Miriam P. Healy, West Hartford,
Conn., Martha VV. Rist, Burlington, M. Pauline Rowe,
Barnet, Priscilla Savage, Randolph, Kathryn Scott,
Kingston, R. I., Betsy A. Taylor, Hartford, Conn.
might give us a better background for an understanding
of the circumstances which preceded and led up to the
founding of the University of Vermont than could be had
from further concentration upon the life of our founder
Key and Serpent members: R. W. Robinson, Wilkins-
burg, Pa., E. Gasperini, Great Neck, I.. I., N. Y., J. E.
Thayer, Burlington, Vt., E. C. Bailey, Burlington, Vt.,
C. H. Schofield, St. Albans, Vt., R. E. Johnstone, Bur-
lington, Vt., H. J. Beauchemin, PittsHeld, Mass., H. A.
Allen, Jr., Burlington, Vt.
Gold Key members: F. M. Taylor, Brattleboro, Vt.,
VV. H. Wright, Middletown, Conn., W. I. Pye, Rutland,
Vt., J. Bloom, Hartford, Conn., A. H. Becker, Burling-
ton, Vt., R. L. Burke, Rutland, Vt., W. J. Murphy,
Beverly, Mass., F. VV. Nye, Barton, Vt., B. H. Stone,
VVhite River Junction, Vt., L. W. Gallup, Saylesville,
R. I., J. E. Simpson, St. Albans, Vt., H. H. Crossley,
Gardner, Mass., J. H. Couture, Burlington, Vt., G. B.
Dunn, Craftsbury Common, Vt., F. H. Livak, Rutland,
Vt., R. G. Healy, Lynbrook, N. Y.
The address of the morning was delivered by Prof.
Henry F. Perkins, ,98, head of the Fleming Museum and
professor of zoology. The subject of his address was
"Arnold and Allen-A Comparison and a Contrast."
Professor Perkins explained that "a study of Arnold and
Allen in relation to their background and antecedents
Junior lVeek festivities at the University of Vermont
were officially opened on Tlmrsday, May 12, with the
annual peerade whose theme was the title of the Junior
VVeek play, "Holiday," Pi Beta Phi and Sigma Phi
captured the trophy cups offered to the men's and
W0l11Cl1,S fraternities adjudged to present the best float.
A horse-drawn Victorian carriage with a lady of lei-
sure riding in the rear seat with a small black parasol
poised haughtily over her head in the best manner of
decades ago won the cup for the Pi PI1i's. Jeanette
Thompson, 5111, of Burlington took the part of Mae VVest,
the Victorian lady, and Jean Soule, '4-1, of St. Albans was
dressed as a male colored servant.
The cup went to the Sigma Phi's for their replica of
Southwick Memorial perched high in the heavens, and a
red-dressed Satan with his three-tined fork coming out
of Hades on his way toward it. John S. Torrey, '41, of
Yonkers, N. Y., portrayed the r6le of Satan.
To Alpha Chi Omega, with its Tom Sawyer fishing
scene, and Sigma Nu with its representation of President
Roosevelt on a fishing trip aided by the United States
Navy, received honorable mention.
The judges were Profs. B. H. Ladd of the German
department, B. B. 'Wainwright of the English depart-
PI PHI FLOAT
SIGMA NU FLOAT
ment, and M. H. Laatsch of the political science depart-
ment. As chairman, Professor Laatsch announced the
winners between acts of "HolidayU on Thursday evening.
"Holiday," a three-act comedy, was given on Thurs-
day evening at the Southwick Memorial. Under the
skillful direction of Mrs. VVilnetta Sproul Taggart, the
fine cast made the sparkling wit and the amusing situa-
tions in the play most entertaining to the large audience.
The cast was as follows:
Edward Seton ........,........,,....,..... ..............., R . H. Dalton
Ned Seton ..,..,...... ................. A . lt. Datnoff
Julia Seton .......,. ........,. ll Iildred Rockwood
linda Seton ...,.... .......... P riscilla Newton
Nick Potter .....,... ............... T . B. McHugh
Susan Potter ......... ........... B arbara Sussdorff
Johnny Case .,,......, .,...,........................ G . Rood
Laura Cram .........,. ............. R uth Maurice
Seton Cram ......... .................... D . Ball
Delia ....,........,... ........ I rene Hejna
Servant ........ .......... J . Meiklem
Servant ....,...........,..................................,........................,.... C. H. Brown
On Friday evening amidst a truly southern colonial
atmosphere the biggest social event of the year-the
Junior Prom-was staged in the gym. lsham Jones and
his orchestra, a well-known and popular orchestra in the
country, furnished the joyous throng of dancers with the
best in dance music until 2:00 a.m. To the rhythm of
the band, Eddie Stone, featured violinist and singer,
appeared as soloist and captivated the dancers. The old
gym "went southern" in a big way. The orchestra played
on a typical pillared porch while the dancers swayed be-
tween tall pillars with green lights inside.
Every fraternity on the hill opened its doors to Junior
VVeek merrymakers on Saturday evening. Each house
had a popular dance band who greeted the groups of
dancers as they went from house to house.
Informal gatherings in the form of picnics and tea
parties finished the wonderful week-end.
The credit for the most successful Junior lVeek is due
to Chairman Fran Leonard and to the financial chair-
man, Nick Nicholson. 'With the fine cooperation and
excellent work of their important committees they made
the 1938 Junior W'eek an outstanding success.
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OFFICERS WATCHING INSPECTION
PASSING IN REVIEW
R. O. T. C. BAND
R. O. T. C.
The animal federal inspection of tI1e University's R. 0.
T. C. battalion was conducted VVednesday and Thurs-
day, May 18 and 19, by Maj. Anthony J. Touart, desig-
nated representative of Maj. Gen. Fox Connor from
First Corps Area Headquarters. The review was wit-
nessed by President Bailey, members of the faculty, and
a large crowd of students. The entire day was devoted
to theoretical and practical tests of arms, marksmanship,
and general military tactics. The battalion again re-
ceived an Uexcellenti' rating and was commended for its
high grade of efliciency.
In the evening the inspection was climaxed by com-
petitive drills. The first of these, conducted by Cham-
plain Sabres, was the freshman and sophomore drilldown.
Sgt. James Pickett then presented a fine demonstra-
tion drill by the freshman volunteer squad.
The competitive drill of ten fraternity squads was
next. The judges were: Capt. E. T. Kimball, 172nd
Infantry, Vermont National Guard, and Lieut. Napoleon
R. Duell, 7th Field Artillery.
Sigma Nu Fraternity, commanded by J. T. Prior,
was awarded the Reserve Ofiicers' cup by Capt. Richard
Company "D," led by R. J. M. Fyfe, Jr., was judged
the outstanding of the year, and was awarded the Ameri-
can Legion trophy.
The following awards were presented:
Sons of tI1e American Revolution medals, for outstand-
ing men in each class as follows: R. J. M. Fyfe, Jr., '38,
Richard VVilson, '39g Lucien Demers Paquette, '40, and
David Collins, 5111.
The Champlain Sabres cups, given to winners of class
drilldowns, to E. A. Guilbert, '41, and J. A. Meiklem, '4-0,
by Hon. Maj. Lois Redding.
Hearst trophy and medals, presented by Maj. Jay E.
Gillfillan, to R. J. M. Fyfe, Jr., C. K. Houghton, W. M.
Griffin, M. S. Thibault, and A. B. Meservey, members
of the rifle team which won first place in competition
against all New England colleges.
The Hearst trophy was presented to R. J. M. Fyfe,
who presented it to President Bailey.
The Loyal Legion sabre to Gordon Wilbur Howard,
for attaining the highest standing in the R. O. T. C. at
this University. A
The Appleton Century prize, given to the sophomore
who attains the highest grade in the theoretical study of
tactics, was given to Jolm E. Thayer by Maj. Elbridge
A. B. Meservey received the Craig trophy, presented
by Major Gillfillan for attaining the highest cumulative
score, and also the National Association medal for the
highest aggregate score in the New England League of
the National Rifle Association.
After the completion of awards the R. 0. T. C. bat-
talion assembled and Cadet Maj. Gordon Wilbur Howard
ordered the dismissal of the colors.
June, 1938, again saw seniors from the University of
Vermont marching out into the world, from the 134th
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Class Day, June 10, started the 134-th Commencement.
Pres. Guy VV. Bailey addressed the seniors from the
chapel steps before their pilgrimage. Vifishing them a
well-earned success and thanking them for their coopera-
tion during their four years, he sent them to their eus-
tomary duties of Class Day. Their 1938 flag was un-
furled on the front campus, and the two memorial statues
of Ira Allen and Lafayette were gowned. Following
the pilgrimage, farewell addresses were given from the
chapel steps by the deans of the colleges and by other
Later in the morning the Phi Beta Kappa elections
added fourteen members to the thirteen that had been
already chosen from the class of 1938. John T. Met-
calf, professor of psychology at the University, was se-
lected as an honorary member, and Albert E. Lewis be-
came an alumni member.
In the afternoon the Class Day exercises were held on
the college green. Speakers of the program were: D. B.
Carpenter, Burlington, President's Address and Boulder
Orationg Charlotte Perkins, Bridgewater Corners, Ivy
Orationg F. G. Coombs, Brattleboro, Class History,
VV. C. Van Dyck, Rockville Center, N. Y., Ira Allen
Gowning O1-ation, H. Keith, Brockton, Mass., Lafayette
Orationg R. J. M. Fyfe, Jr., VVaban, Mass., Pipe Ora-
tiong Barbara. A. Sussdorff, Burlington, Address to Un-
derclassmeng Norma Falby, Burlington, Class Poem. In
the evening the President's Reception and the Senior
Prom were held in the Southwick Memorial. The "New
Vermontcrsf' the campus orchestra, furnished music for
the Senior Prom. Much credit must be given R. F.
Dalton, Burlington, chairman of Senior VVeek, and R. D.
VVhitcomb, Springfield, financial manager, for the suc-
cessful Commencement program.
Alumni Day was celebrated on Saturday, June 11.
Opening the day in the morning, the Alumni Council
and Trustees' meetings were held. Following was the
noonday alumni luncheon.
Middle afternoon again saw the alumni battling the
varsity in an exciting baseball game at Centennial Field.
Colleges of the University and fraternities held re-
unions in the early evening.
The seniors met for their baccalaureate, Sunday,
June 12, in their beloved Ira Allen Chapel. An excellent
sermon was delivered by the Rev. Howard Chandler
Robbins, D.D., S.T.D. The subject, "Freedom and
Loyalty," was well chosen for the occasion. He sug-
gested to the seniors that "Only a greater faith in God
can rebuild the civilization that is being shattered all
The Rev. Evan Thomas was chaplain of the day, with
Dr. Kenneth B. Murdock, professor of English at Har-
vard University, delivering the Commencement Address
on "The Virtues of the Skeptical Attitudef,
The Alumni Sing on the college green and a boatride
on Lake Champlain gave a fitting climax for the day.
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The annual fall play, "The Family Upstairs," was
presented Thursday, December 15, at Southwick Memo-
rial Auditorium under the usual Hne direction of Mrs.
VVilnetta Sproul Taggart. This year the play was a
comedy in three acts, with a cast which was mostly new
to the student body... Their capable performance showed
that new dramatic talent is appearing to compensate for
the heavy losses of last year.
The play portrays the antics of a lower-class family
in their efforts to marry off their pretty daughter to the
first man that comes along. Louise Heller, the daugh-
ter, who is a very sensitive girl, finds her only under-
standing friend in her father. VVhen her mother has
managed to break pup her romance by false pretentions
to class and 'noney it is only through her father's under-
standing and finesse that matters are patched up.
Annabelle, Louise's little sister, was played by Shirley
Treat with real comprehension of her impish and teen-
age part. MartiniBoucher, taking the part of Father
Heller, distinguished himself in his first University per-
formance as an actor of considerable talent. The entire
cast deserves commendation on its splendid performance.
The cast: '
Mr. Heller ,......,.. M. J. Boucher, Jr., '
ltlrs, Heller .,,......, ...,..... li Iargaret Bliss, '
Louise Heller ............ ,,.,.... J eanne VVoolley, '
W'il1ie Heller ,......,....,..,, i....., .... R . B. Hunting, '
Annabelle Heller ...,........
Charles Grant ..............
Mrs. Grant ...............,.
Herbert Grant ...,....
.........Shirley Treat, '
......,....Shirley Gray, '
H. Marks, '
..........,Janet Rust, '
On Thursday evening, April 27, at the Southwick
Memorial building, the combined Men's and VVomen's
Glee Clubs presented Nicolai's opera, "The Merry WVives
The dramatics were under the direction of Mrs. 'Wil-
netta Sproul Taggart. Prof. H. G. Bennett was in
charge of the musical production and was ably assisted
by Mr. A. M. Blume, who directed the chorus.
The University orchestra, also under the direction of
Prof. H. G. Bennett and Mrs. Charlotte deVolt Elder.
The cast of the opera is as follows:
Mrs. Page .......................
Mrs, Ford ,,,,...,,......,.............. ......,........................ ............. S y lvia Guay
Anne Page ..,,..,....,..,,,..,....,. ............ lt Iary Lechnyr
Sir John Falstaff ........... .............. P . C. Jenks
Ford ................................ ............ O . H. Brawn
Page .......... ........... H . J. Rush
Fenton .................. ......... D . R. Gage
Slender ,.,.................. ......... T . K. Malone
Doctor Caius ............ ...................... P . R. Poulin
VVaiter ,,,.................... ........,. P . B. Shoemaker
First Citizen ........ ................. R . L. Burke
Second Citizen ................ .......,. .... ......... L . J . Partridge
Fourth Citizen ................................,..................................... D. R. Frey
Mrs. Ford and Mrs. Page, the merry wives, discover
that they have received identical love letters from Sir
John Falstaff, a fat, bibulous and amorous knight. They
resolve to punish both him and Ford, who is prone to
jealousy. Mrs. Ford appoints a meeting with Falstaffg
Ford returns home in rage, accompanied by the neigh-
bors, and searches the house. The women hide Falstaff
in a clothes basket, the servants carry out the basket
and dump it into the Tllames. At another meeting Fal-
staff is disguised as an old woman, and beaten as a witch
by Ford. The third meeting takes place in 'Windsor Park
at midnight. The wives have taken husbands and neigh-
bors into their confidence, who appear disguised as elves,
flies, wasps, etc., and torture and terrify Falstaff into
Page has arranged to have his daughter, Anne, secretly
married to Slender amid the final masquerading, while
Mrs. Page has arranged to have her married to Doctor
Caius. When the disguises are removed, Slender and
Doctor Caius find to their consternation that they have
married each otherg Anne has eluded both and married
Fenton, the man of l1er choice.
For many years a lilac festival has been held in the
spring in memory of Dean Pearl YVasson, who planned
and directed the first Lilac Day. It was her hope that
a lilac hedge would be planted to add to the beauty of
Redstone campus. The festival was formerly held on
the site which is now occupied by the Southwick Memo-
rial Building, so the lilacs are now planted on the back
campus of Redstone.
On the evening of May 19, 1938, such a festival was
held on the Redstone campus under the direction of Mor-
tar Board. A pageant, written by Bluestockings, was
presented on the lawn. Preceded by a trumpet call,
heralds proclaimed the coming of the Purple Lilac, sym-
bol of material things, and the VVhite Lilac, symbol of
the spiritual. The two lilacs called their courts to order,
and received the presentations of the classes. The under-
classmen carried mixed bouquets of purple and white
lilacs, the seniors carried bouquets of one color only,
symbolizing the separate of spiritual and material things.
After the pageant, the lilacs led the procession to the
scene of the lilac planting, where every student placed a
shovelful of earth on the roots of the lilacs. Then came
the lantern walk, in which each person carried a lantern
across the campus. The ceremony was ended with the
singing of "Champlain,"
Those who took part in the pageant were: Trumpeter,
Virginia VVeyellg heralds, Maywood Metcalf and Laura
Hawley, White Lilac, Marjorie Howe, Purple Lilac,
Bonita Matthewsg seniors, Phyllis Mann and Dorothy
Akersg juniors, Muriel Hutchinson and Mary Fifieldg
sophomores, Lois Holmes and Mildred Guttormseng
freshmen, Kathleen LeBaron and Marion Root.
42ND ANNUAL MID-WINTER FROLIC
Kake Walk Committees
Directors: H. L. Minckler, '39, J. A. Hunter, '39.
Assistant Directors: R. WV. Gorton, '4-0, C. H. Schofield,
Chairmarz. of lllasqueralle: VV. S. Thompson, '39,
Decorations fi017l'lllll'fl'l'J A. A. Levine, '39, chairman,
D. F. Gearing, '40, Kathryn Scott, '39, J. E. McKee,
'39, J. R. Royer, '4-l.
Program Committee: T. B. McHugh, '39, chairman,
J. Katz, '-1-0, L. H. Mitchell, '39, S. K. Gilbert, '4+0.
Lighting Conzmittce: D. L. Clark, '39, chairman, V. C.
Juskiewicz, '39, R. VV. Robinson, '410.
Publicity Committec: B. Lisman, '39, chairman, VV. A.
Pratt, '41, R. O. Slack, '11-1.
Kaffe II"a1k Ki-ng and Queen. Coin.-mittcc: D. R. Jones,
'39, chairman, E. L. Nicholson, '39, E. P. Clifford, '39,
L. B. Vlfhitcomb, 5110.
Scati-ng Com-mittee: J. C. Husing, '39, C. E. Harmon,
'39, co-chairman, R. L. Tracy, '11-0.
Ushcring f'07I17I1-Ifl'l'l': Mary C. Shakespeare, '39, chair-
.flrvarrls Com.-mittee: F. C. Leonard, '39, B. G. Brown,
Kake I'I"I1Iki11vg Committce: R. E. Plumb, '39, chairman,
R. E. Johnstone, 510.
.fllzmmi Banquct C701nwmittcc: R. Vllilson, '39.
Fa-S0-D10-Da Banquet Conrnzittrfc: Martha VV. Rist,
'39, R. E. Gomez, '39.
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GLENN MILLER CROWNS KING
QUEEN RECEIVING CAKE
SECOND PLACE WALKERS
MARION HUTTON VOCALIZES KAKE WALK MASQUERADE
February 17, 1939, again saw the U. V. M. campus
busily preparing for tl1e annual unique Kake VValk. The
biggest 'event of the students' year finds the parents,
faculty, and alumni all taking part in the festivities.
Activities began Friday evening with the Masquerade
Ball swinging to Glenn Miller and his orchestra, featur-
ing his glamorous vocalist, Marion Hutton. "The Storm
of Colors," two great crystal showers, each consisting
of eight thousand individual mirrors, provided the chief
fea.ture of the decorations for the Masquerade. Color
beams thrown on the showers turned the gymnasium into
a maze of colored lights giving the effect of falling snow
flakes of many hues. The showers, owned and operated
by Mr. Louis Tisdale of Leominster, Mass., were so
complicated and delicate that it required a crew of five
men seven hours to install the ton of equipment. Kake
VValk murals decorated the walls and the orchestra. was
placed upon a platform at the further end of the gym-
nasium. The first prize for costume awards went to
R. Pease, '41, Burlington, and .lean Stewart, '-112, Rawal
Pindi, India, and second prize to L. Seltzer and Thelma
Wolinski, '-1+1, Rutland. The chaperones were Lieuten-
ant-Colonel and Mrs. Gilfillan, Prof. Melvin H. Laatsch,
and Prof. Florence M. Wfoodard. At twelve o'clock
Clarke Nichols, '42, of Jamaica Plains, Mass., and
Claire Rock, '11-0, of Barre, were announced as vic-
torious competitors for the position of King and Queen
of Kake VValk and the two successful candidates led the
On Saturday, February 18, special trains brought many
Kake VValk enthusiasts and alumni from such large een-
ters as Boston and New York. The mid-winter meeting
of the Alu11n1i Council was held at 9:30 a.m. in the
Medical Building. The business of the meeting was
chiefly concerned with making nominations for officers
to fill vacancies on the Council. A report was also made
on President Bailey's portrait which is to be presented
to the college in June. The Alumni Banquet was held
in the Hotel Van Ness at noon.
A new feature of Kake Walk week-end was the basket-
ball game held on Saturday afternoon in the Memorial
Auditorium. The game was between Vermont and Am-
herst and was a fight to the finish, but the Green and
Gold came out victorious, 410-36, in one of the most ex-
citing games of the year. At one minute before the
close of the game Vermont tied the score and then forged
ahead for two more baskets, giving the Catamounts the
game. The victory set the correct note for celebration
and triumph for the events which were to follow later in
After the basketball game, many spectators progressed
to the Ivory Room of the Hotel Van Ness where the
Father-Son-Mother-Daughter Banquet was held. Under
the sponsorship of Boulder and Mortar Board, senior
men's and womenis honorary societies, respectively, and
John A. Hunter and Howard L. Minckler, Kake VValk
directors, the Fa-So-Mo-Da Banquet furthered the ac-
quaintance of parents and students with the faculty and
each other. Mr. Kehoe, of New York City, a Vermont
alumnus, was toastmaster. The eveningis speakers were:
Miss Mary Jean Simpson, Dean of VVomen, Dean Elijah
Swift, Dean of Meng Miss Martha Rist and R. A.
Gomez, the representatives of Mortar Board and Boulder
Society. Professor Bennett's vocal double quartet pro-
vided the entertainment.
Forced by overflowing crowds to seek a larger hall,
Kake YValk proper, which took place Saturday night, was
moved this year from the gymnasium to the Memorial
Auditorium. This is the first time in the history of
Kake VValk that it has been held here and the first time
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since 1917 that it has taken place outside the gymna-
sium. Special fioor microphones were installed to insure
the audience perfect hearing and extra care was taken
with the lights. A public address system was used by
William G. Grieve to make the entire program run more
Delta Psi captured the honors of the evening by win-
ning first place in both the fraternity stunts and the tra-
ditional Uwalkin' fo' de kakef' The winning stunt,
"Capital Capers," a clever sa.tire on the Roosevelt ad-
ministration, won the Briggs' Cup and a large green and
gold cake. The Boulder Cup and a cake went to the
Delta Psi "kake walkers," P. C. Jenks of Burlington
and R. P. Davies of Morrisville. Second prize and the
Southwick Cup were won by the Sigma Nu skit, "Ye
Gods," a telling caricature of the college student and
professor. Sigma Phi fraternity took second prize and
the Hayes and Carney Cup for "kake walkingi' done
by A. B. Jerard of Newport, N. H., and C. VV. Utter
of VVesterly, R. I. Other fraternities taking part in
the stunt competition were: Kappa Sigma, Tau Epsilon
Phi, Phi Delta Theta, and Phi Sigma Delta. Other
fraternities participating in the kake walking contest
included: Sigma Nu, Tau Epsilon Phi, Kappa Sigma,
Lambda Iota, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Delta Theta,
Phi Sigma Delta, and the Independents.
Cakes were presented by Prof. Leon W. Dean to
Clarke Nichols and Claire Rock, who presided as King
and Queen, and a large cake to Joseph F. Lechnyr,
leader of the R. O. T. C. Band and most spirited con-
ductor of "Cotton Babes." He has returned to the
University after a prolonged illness which last year
caused him to miss his first Kake lvalk in seventeen
Stunt eliminations were again held early in the week
instead of on Saturday as in former years. The judges
were: Elimination, Prof. VV. B. Pope, Prof. J. T. Met-
calf, and Prof. L. VV. Deang stunts, Dean Mary Jean
Simpson, Prof. P. VV. Willis, and Prof. M. H. Laatschg
kake walking, Mr. H. D. Pearl, principal of Burlington
High School, Prof. G. V. Kidder, and Professor Adams.
Sunday afternoon the fraternities and sororities on
the hill held open house for interested visitors, and
vesper service at the Ira Allen Chapel was open to the
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Saturday afternoon Miss Boehling of New York pre-
sented at Southwick a style show of advance spring hat
models for those who wished entertainment between
luncheon and the basketball game. Intercollegiate sports
were held away from the college for enthusiastic winter
An innovation on stunt night was the exhibition Ukake
walking" done by WV. Hunter and YV. M. Smith, Jr.,
before the actual competition. The purpose was to give
the audience an idea of what Ukake walking" may look
like free of extra stunts, and to create more interest and
understanding among the uninitiated spectators. VVitl1
the activities of the evening taking place in Memorial
Auditorium more people were able to attend than ever
before and Kake VValk week-end reached the greatest
peak that it has ever known.
DELTA FSI-WINNING STUNT
SIGMA NU-SECOND HONORS
Rev. WVillia1n Fisher Lewis, Burlington
Rev. Charles Stanley Jones, Burlington
Rev. Percy C. Ladd, Burlington
Rev. Herbert Henry Hines, Viloodstock
Rev. Skillman E. Myers, Burlington
Rev. J. Graydon Brown, Rutland
Rev. VV. A. Towart, Bennington
Rev. George VV. Peek, Rutland
Rev. A. Ritchie Low, Johnson
Rev. James Hutchinson, Essex Junction
Rev. E. LeRoy Rice, Barre
Prof. R. A. Hare, Charlotte
Rev. David A. Reid, Burlington
Rev. Paul C. Shuart, Burlington
Rev. Max Vilehster, Burlington
Rev. Arthur VV. Hewett, Montpelier
Bishop Van Dyck, Burlington
Rev. Ralph R. Shrader, Montpelier
Rev. Everett A. Babcock, Burlington
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It is difficult to realize that the sands of time have ebbed slowly away
and that they can never be replaced. It is difficult to realize that this
year, our year, has gone and taken with it what happiness, what sorrows
it brought. Now, the ARIEL of the class of 1940, is finished. And
because of that intangible element which is inherent in every person's
soul, we have it for you, that you may look upon its pages and experi-
ence, vicariously, these days once again. All the hours of painstaking
planning, of worrying, of consultation, of routine, of heart-breaking
repetition are felt well worth their while, if you, the student body, feel
yourselves a part of this book. If it will serve to dull the throb of
longing for the old pine tree, if it will feed any reminiscent hours, then
it has fulfilled its purpose, and the Board, and all the persons who have
so largely contributed to this edition, will feel that they have accom-
plished their purpose. For the sincere interest and encouragement, on
the part of many individuals, we are thankful, for their kind words
and thoughtful deeds served as an impetus to a goal that at times seemed
To the 1940 ARI1-:L Board we cannot say merely thank you for they
have been so much a part of the work of the past year. During this
time there has been the feeling of cooperation and a certain kindred
spirit that is derived only when a common goal is sought.
To Rosendo Gomez we are grateful for the advice and experience
which he offered kindly and by which we profited.
To the Bickford Engraving Company, and especially to Russell
Knight, we are more than grateful. His was an interest that gave hope
and inspiration during long tedious nights. He proffered friendship,
instruction and warmth during forlorn desolate intervals. He taught
us technicalities, aided and abetted us in the planning of the dummy.
He supervised and encouraged the formulation of new arrangements and
ideas, and it is Russ that we thank for having a dream tangible and
However, this picture cannot be justly described without the mention
of Jerome Katz. He supervised small details, his unflagging interest
gave encouragement. He assumed the minute responsibilities-those
never-ending essentials that play so important a part in every task.
To the Vliarren Kay Vantine Studio we express appreciation for
photography which meets with our demand in both quality and theme.
To the Free Press Printing Company, our focal point, and especially
to Harry Blodgett and Teddy Jordan, we are grateful for their super-
vision and friendship, for it was here that the 194-0 Anim. was
approved and disapprovedg it was here that we saw hazy ideas and
wishes take form and change from the abstract to something not only
tangible, but possible and probable.
To Harry Stevens, who has given you informal pictures of your
classmates and contemporaries, we proffer appreciation for his per-
spicacity and unceasing diligence.
To all those individuals who have given services, professional or
otherwise, we feel an emotion deeper than mere gratitude. Through
these efforts, through this thoughtful assistance, through an unassum-
ing, constant interest, we have succeeded in giving back to you a
tangible memory of your years at Vermont.
EUGENE GASPERINI, JR.
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The 1941-O ARIEL staff wishes to take this opportunity
to thank the advertisers who appear in this volume of
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and urge that college students patronize them.
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