University of Vermont - Ariel Yearbook (Burlington, VT)

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AQ, L , -1 . . 4- J. "--- IP14--35' -U , ,. ' 'f .. . ,, .,.':"M . '-ig' '-.:1'1-,JL . 'f 535 -l,1'5fl'?? '-' ' A: D 1: .Q Ln?-"!5f.,':fTfxiffii. fE"'l'1f ':?:2s'3-'f5i"f' 7- -5'f fm 7 'X-fl 2'L'1"" 'iIi3.f'15f1 51-In Af ' QQ?f--if9'3?:ii3"a'gi.?-'-fu-'?ff15" 0 PRINTING 0 The Burlington Free Press 0 ENGRAVING 0 The Howard-Wesson Co. 0 PHOTOGRAPHY 0 The Zamsky Studio fi , T 1. '5 za ,-.va 'S llill QP I i 0 , 5' r l. :Q ln: ig , "' El 1 in ' i' jj : , Vg g m -H - - ' I viii! if 'B -If am. THE MEMORIESEaditions, and achievements of those who have gone before us, fully as valuable as the physi- cal equipment of the University, are the precious heritage which we receive from the one hundred and fifty years of existence of the University of Vermont. These things do not arise over night, hut come only through decades of existence, generations of students, years of struggle, of love, and of loyalty to the "old school." It is with a deep knowledge and appreciation of this, that We cele- brate our Sesquicentennial Anniversary. UNIVERSITY OFRVERMONT A R I EL I942 PUBLISHED BY THE CLASS OF T942 IN ITS JUNIOR YEAR BURLINGTON, VERMONT I X ROGER B. HUNTING, Editor ' Z CLARK G. MILLER, Business ManageL,,,. ,iff W rf' C . .-' .- , ,,.-. . - V ...-..--W -A , N .fy sf ,Ju 1 un ' .nr J M . . I. , -r V' .wx H "" ' - -'.'w---A . -...' i A V Q W M ,UNIVERS ON TO THE LATE GUY WINFRED BAILEY, FOR TWENTY YEARS THE RESPECTED PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT, WHO, IN HIS LIFETIME, WAS EVER THE FRIEND AND HELPER OF ALL THOSE CONNECTED WITH THE UNIVERSITY, AND WHOSE PASS- ING IS SINCERELY MOURNED BY ALL WHO KNEW HIM, TO HIM WHO GAVE OF HIS LIFE AND HIS TIME SO EARNESTLY AND UN- SELFISHLY, UNSTINTING IN HIS LABOR TO THE END, WITHOUT WORDS TO FITTINGLY EXPRESS OUR LOSS, WE, THE CLASS OF I942 DEDICATE THIS BOOK. 4? nrvsnmanr ' -f" I N 2 5 1144 View COMPLETE EXCEPT FOR THE RACCOON COAT THE FRESHNIAN MIXER CONVERSE HALL LARRY KILLICK, PRESIDENT OF THE FRESHMEN REDSTONE I I I C?-7654144114 6214 VERMONT, summer is slowly fading into autumn, cool morning mists clear to reveal skies of azure blue, leaves begin to turn to vivid shades of red and gold, and life blossoms on the University of Ver- mont Campus. Freshmen, shy, but eager to learn, and become a part of the school: sophomores, blase and self assured: the juniors secure and enthusiastic, iilled with a new maturity as campus duties begin to fall upon them: seniors rounding out their col- lege careers, with a new awareness in their eyes as they glimpse the world beyond the campus which they are soon to enter: all slip quickly into the routines and duties, the work and play of campus life, as another year begins. Enrollment over, the college swings into the fall events with the fountain fight, traditional clash THE BILLINGS LIBRARY between the freshmen and sophomores. Amid mud and water, shouts and groans, the freshmen are overcome and impressed with their lowly place in the scheme of things. The wild snake dance through the business section dies away as couples and groups break off and drift homeward through the quiet Warmth of the Indian Summer evening. Rushing begins, making classes a side issue. Green capped freshman men become the center of attention as the fraternities recruit new members to carry on their traditions. The Hose Fight comes and goes and pledging finishes up the hectic days of Rushing. The freshman doffs his green cap and takes his place among the student body, ready to do his part in the life of the School. THE REDSTONE CAMPUS THE CORNERSTONE OF THE WATERMAN BUILDING IS LAID 01442 CRISP, clear, October days, with sparkling skies, and cool breezes, and football the center of atten- tion. The squad returns from its first trip and the campus Welcomes it and the alumni Who return for the Annual Homecoming Day. The laying of the cornerstone of the NVaterman Building starts the afternoon events, and a new era seems to open out for Vermont with the addition of this magnificent memorial to the strength and generosity of Senator Waterman. Eyes brighten as the Webster brothers join in leading the cross-country team to victory over the Dartmouth squad and a ten to seven loss to the powerful Colby football squad fails to dim the Vermont spirit. THE GRUNT AND GROAN BOYS CHORUS OF THE ALUMNI REVUE 0-min Lights fade, and across the campus the solitary, reminiscent alumni Walk. The smell of burning leaves floats through the haze of dusk. In the distance the thump of a punted football, the calls and laughter of far-off celebrants. Strains of music wafted from the fraternity tea dances, and the low murmur of strolling couples, all combine to make more distinct the quiet of the dying day. Scenes of former days blend with the present to make it truly a day of Homecoming. THE CANE RUSH THEY GOT HIM THIS TIME HOW ABOUT THIS? T EA DANCES AT THE KAPPA SIG AND PHI DELT HOUS ES HOUSE dances and tea dances at t nities punctuate the brilliant days of fall, as late October and November pass over the campus. Football holds the center of the stage as the interfraternitv touch football contests go on as a side light to the varsity and freshman games. As autumn draws on toward winter the football season also closes as the cold and blustering Winds of late November begin TAYLOR AROUND THE END SALLY ROME, CO-ED MAJOR he frater- z'Ae Ta!! to drive the student indoors for his entertainment. The interfraternity football league finishes with Kappa Sigma triumphant and the varsity team, after losing to a powerful Norwich squad, rounds out its season with a rousing victory over Middlebury-through a driving snow and on a muddy field Vermont senior stars--Taylor, Carlson, Lawrence, Strassburg, Reed, Salmon, Utley, Reed. Pye, Nichols, Broutsas and Corbett, drive to victory in the manner which marks them as the finest Vermont has ever produced. Moving indoors with the start of the basketball season, the season of the dances begins. The Military Ball, colorful and impressive, finds Miss Sally Rome, a most charming Co-ed Major reigning over the festivities. The Key and Serpent Football Hop, in honor of the football squad, marks the official close of the football season. The senior squad men are rewarded for outstanding service with the football blanket, presented by the Key and Serpent Society. Special THE CHEERLEADERS UNBEND THE BENCH DOES ITS BIT 3, M Ta!! honor was bestowed on Frank Taylor, in the form of a special blanket With four stars attached, in recognition of his feat of earning four major letters in one year. The house dances of the fall season culminate in the Christmas formals, which mark the close of the informal fun of autumn and with white ties, tails, sweeping evening gowns, and gaiety usher in the winter season. For two week-ends the campus cut loose with its most elaborate fraternity formals of the year, with the week between occupied with a mad scramble of hour exams, papers and general finishing up activity before the vacation. Each week-end one-half of the fraternities hold their formals, and the best work of the social committees of the various houses go into making these dances the most successful of the season. Universal decorations such as ski hut interiors or Christmas parties, combined with the smoothness of formal attire, turn the fra- ternities into ballrooms as the campus Hnishes its fall activities in high. The SHAW, INTO THE LINE-OH, OH- GILBERT, OVER THE TOP TEA DANCE AT THE SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON HOUSE snow turns the out-of-doors into a winter won- derland as a complement to the gay interiors and all work together to make the final parties the greatest of successes. As the student body makes its preparations to return home for the Christmas holidays they look back on a fall season which has found varied activities keeping all the campus busy. The football team finished its season successfully, the cross-country squad had a perfect year, the basketball season got underway, fraternity rush- ing came and went-all rounded out a fine fall season. So, as the loaded trains and cars pull out through the snowy countryside, bearing the Vermonters to their far flung homes for the vaca- tion, memories and anticipation mingle in mak- ing the trip one of the gayest events of the year. FREDDY WEBSTER BRINGS HOME THE BACON -,, . ., ,Mi - , .,... vt THE I. S. U. MEET CHRISTMAS vacation over, the campus sinks under the evil spell of the mid-year examination period, from which it emerges, somewhat tered but still kicking, with its eye on only one bat- thing, the thrilling diversion of the Kake Walk Week-end. During January and February, while the rest of the campus is engrossed in exams, and the progress of the basketball team, Kake Walk KING DAVID AND QUEEN JEANNE WALKING FO' DE KAKE Kan W M Directors John Royer, Bob Kenney, and Bill Pye, have been diligently working at getting the details of the big event organized and the various points of the program in order. Also busy has been the Outing Club under the efficient leader- ship of Dot Smith, which besides sending out its ski teams to the leading meets of the New England area, has also taken on the job of playing host to the Inter- national Ski Union's annual meet on the Kake Walk week-end. First real sign of Kake Walk to appear on the campus in general is the com- mencement of the spirited campaign for King and Queen which rages for two weeks, to the accompaniment of posters, promises, and propaganda of all sorts and reaches its climax on the Thursday before Kake W'aIk with the election. Friday night the week-end really begins to open up with the Masquerade Ball. A new high in color and hilarity is reached as the dance, to the strains of Johnny Messner and his Orchestra, and under the able chairmanship of Eddie Guilbert reaches its peak with the crowning of the most charming and handsome Queen and King yet, Jeanne Woolley and Dave Sawyer, to reign over the season's biggest event. . I THE KAPPA SIGS, WINNING STUNT PHI DELT S RUNNERS UP Kara Wa!! The Middlebury game furnished the lift to the spirits given by trouncing the old rival 57 to 28 to finish an eight-game winning streak, and clinch the State Championship, as Capt. Paul Corley wound up his basketball career with a scoring spree, taking eighteen points to lead his team to victory. Evening spotlights playing over the crowds in the packed auditorium, the holiday spirit much in evidence. Slowly a hush falls over the crowd as Master of Ceremonies, Don Gearing takes over and introduces King Dave and Queen Jeanne whose entrance and enthronement marks the opening of the evening's activities. The lights black out, the hall becomes tense and silent with anticipa- tion, then the rush, the action, the color of the fraternity skits swing through their paces in competition for the coveted Briggs Trophy. The next point in the action filled program is the award of the International Ski Union Trophy to Dartmouth, winner of the week-end ski carnival. As the lights again black out the tenseness becomes well nigh unbearable, a clever introduction by Master of Ceremonies Gearing, and then- "Cotton Babes"-the Kake Walkers, couple after couple in brilliant costumes and dazzling routines-"Cotton Babes"-providing a thrill never to be for- AT THE SKI HUT LOIS HARRINGTON, DECORATOR gotten-Kake Walk, good fel- lowship, gaiety, the spirit of Vermont. Kappa Sigma Wins the stunt cup, Delta Psi Wins the Kake Walking, the students and the alumni win a new devotion to Vermont, a new thrill to the crashing rhythm of "Cotton Babes." TH E NASTY SPY THE KAKE WALKERS MID DLEBURY TAKES A SHELLACKING atc' ON THE MOUNTAIN THE CHAPEL. IN SPRING A HAND OF BRIDGE SPRING comes hard on the Vermont Campus, and often the first signs of spring are buried deep in the winter, thus Dean Hills Sugar Party and the first of the men's formals are held in snowy surround- SWOOSH LAST BASKETBALL GAME in -QIQZL' ings, but nevertheless, they are the first signs of Spring. As the days grow longer and the sun shines more brightly and the snow dissolves before the warm southern breezes, the campus wakes up to a new season, Spring. The baseball squad works out in the cage and limbers up for the southern trip. Track men put in their workouts on the indoor track and the tennis team works out in the gym. The fraternity track teams work out and hold their meet just before vacation. The Phi Delta Thetas sweep through both the track meet and the relays to capture both cups, followed by the Sigma Alpha Epsilon outfit. The interfraternity sing confirmed the fact that Spring was here, and the Sigma Alpha Epsilon singers carried away the Carroll Trophy for the third consecutive time to gain permanent possession of the cup. With blue skies, soft breezes, the trickling of running Water, the crack of bats on horsehide, the pounding of runners on the cinder track, soft nights, fraternity and sorority formals, boy and THE OLD MILL, LOOKING WELL THIS SPRING girl combinations strolling along the sun light walks, slow greening of the grass, the budding of leaves, Winter gives up the ghost and Spring comes to Vermont. INDOOR TRACK THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING SKIERS, LAST TIME OUT SUNSET ON THE LAKE SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON'S WINNING FLOAT FOR MEN "YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU" I Mr WITH Spring slowly changing toward Spring fever firmly entrenched on the campus cutting down nimum, the college pauses to relax With Junior Week. With John Spasyk at the h most entertaining Week was had. The Junior Week Peerade with the fraternities and Summer, and with activities to the mi the pick-me-up of John White and elm a leisurely and on Thursday, sororities com- peting for the coveted cups for the best PICNIC anis-2 floats in advertisement of the play, started off the festivities. In the evening "You Can't Take It With You" was presented by the University Players, and was delightedly applauded by the gala Junior Week crowd. Friday, soft moonlight and softer breezes made the perfect setting for the Junior Prom most important event of the spring season. With the sweet strains of Reggie Childs and his orchestra, the dance proved itself one of the most successful ever held. Saturday night the fun and good fellowship of the fraternity open house dances made the week a complete success, with the picnics Sunday furnishing the gentle rest of the quiet out-of-doors to make the Junior Week a perfect antidote for spring fever. PASS THE MUSTARD PI PHl'S WINNING FLOAT FOR WOMEN THE JUNIOR PROM GHQHQZHCE FEELING SORT OF SOLEMN CONGRATULATIONS THE BACCALAU REATE AS JUNE and Commencement come, everything conspires to make this, the grande finale of the col- lege year, and the end of the senior's college careers, the most beautiful and memorable time of the year. Blue skies, sparkling sunshine, lazy warmth all lead into the iinal Week, as, With final examinations out of the way, the campus celebrates the close of school and Commencement. Senior Week this year, under the capable chair- manship of Edward Guilbert and Lyman Gallup started off with the gala class outing on the after- noon of Thursday of Senior Week. With the beauty of the Weather and carnival spirit of gradua- tion time, a superb time was had. menz' l THE SENIOR PROM Class Day, filled with the traditional fun which has grown through the years was opened with the address of President Chaffee to the assembled class, after which all joined in the class pilgrimage to the statues Where the traditional gowning of Lafayette and Ira Allen was performed. Then the pilgrimage continued to the flagpole Where the class banner was raised to float in the soft summer air over the remaining festivities of the Commencement Week. The events of the afternoon were opened by the address of the president to his classmates, after which in the peaceful setting of the pine grove on the front campus, were heard the traditional ora- tions which have such significance to the graduates of the University of Vermont. The Lafayette oration, the Ira Allen oration, the history of the class, the Boulder address, the Pipe oration, the address to the undergraduates, and the Ivy oration, followed and concluded by the singing of Cham- plain. 'THE CLASS WALK G-mmencemenz' With the serious part of the day over the evening's recreation began im- mediately with the fraternity teas as graduates and returning alumni mingled. The reception in the evening served to open the Senior Prom which is the last dance a senior attends as an undergraduate. The glorious beauty of the evening made the prolongation of the dance easy, so that the alumni luncheon, next on the schedule of activities was none too late to satisfy the celebrating alumni. After the award of the various prizes the entire college adjourned to Centennial Field to see and participate in the traditional alumni baseball game from which the natural thing was to adjourn to the fraternity reunions which were in full swing all evening and which in many cases lasted for longer than that. On Sunday fraternity teas in the early part of the afternoon gave way to the solemn beauty of the Baccalaureate services in the Ira Allen Chapel, from which the seniors returned with life taking on a new meaning for them. With the impressive graduation exercises on Monday, the class of l94l stepped out of the portals of the University of Vermont, its undergraduate life completed, ready to go into a world, now, more than ever before, uncertain and awesome. CLASS 100 PER CENT PRESENT CLASS DAY. THE PIPE ORATION Each member however, made this step secure in the knowledge that at Vermont he had made friends and had experiences which would be his throughout life un stirred by any outside strife. PROF TERRILL SERVICE FOR TEN I u , a. ' u 1..Ig '3 i IVAN' ' if ,J I 'KQBS A Q apn- "H PK if I X 6 gtk ,-P ki A Hug wawm- NAAQS ax-. I 23,5 5.1173 A, I x 3 1 X 1 'I ,-, hi.: do . MTV, .- 'L' . I , fl . , y:.':'.-'F 1 I F, . 41" " f ' - I -g-,f-gi15- 7' fhigf' ' 1 if iii' I? t.L1'357'.J Q - in-A., , 1 I . 'f"' iff , 4132: .yi 35:5 - 1 .'- ,yj-, Ah. 1-.. 'PIII' ' Lt.- ':-:,f1?.f--fL:r- l.,:5QL:" Z' ' W-'.f11,',1f 1 5, " 4"u.g-,1J'f,- J. . 11- .,Lf. - ,. ..v:A..,-,'. - ,lf-5.9 .N .-.5-1 if ,-4.4.-,-'-xi" "nf:-FQ: -fe ..f- ':-4 - -. . f:j.'I5.- a11i'.f93 117:-ill'-' 'IJ' 'fa GER u '1'-'!- '43 V" gig.-Q. .1-S. :VT 1?-:ij-. tm 'yq I u n n ..,,-Z. I FV., if , ,E . L -. - V 1. --fi:fi?53:-5'-1 fff ' .2.5'1fN.' ' .1 4' 'Iffz , ,lag ,Q-5. Au H- 'r -152 'I' , l m ...,- 1 ,I ADMINISTRATION THE COLLE THE COLLEGE-MADE UP OF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFI- CERS WHO SUPERVISE AND CORRELATE THE ACTIVI- TIES OF ALLg THE FACULTY WHO CONTRIBUTE THEIR LEARNING FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO ABSORB ITg THE SENIOIRS, REACHING THE END OF THEIR COLLEGE CAREERS, READY TO APPLY WHAT THEY HAVE GAINED HEREQ THE JUNIORS WORKING AND PLAYING, MAKING THE MOST OF THEIR BRIEF STAY IN COLLEGEQ THE SOPHOMORES, FULL OF THEIR NEW ADULTHOOD, "OLD" COLLEGE PEOPLEQ THE FRESHMEN EARNESTLY WORK- ING AT BEING COLLEGIATE-THE COLLEGE. -mr S 5 o e J: Q J Q ,S 'ov ,gi-X V.. I -K TI u u n 0 ..N -f Q -' pu' "..::nl ' Illl. EE".111 'vi - -'04 I -:ff -f-' tflzl.-' J blgfzli XX "' V 'c F slr A Q ' IL gf Z EEZ I 44 'QT' . TI HISTORY CDF THE UNI DAWNS November 3, 1791 and the University of Vermont His." How- ever, it was not as simple as this because heretofore, the State of Ver- mont had agreed to be a patron with New Hampshire of Dartmouth College. Finally, however, Vermonters sought complete independence and Elijah Paine came to the front with 2,000 pounds as an inducement to the founding of a college near his home town. Nothing further was done about a college until General Ira Allen proposed a gift of 4,000 pounds for the establishment of an educational institution to be situated in Burlington. Mr. Paine then renewed his previous offer, other dona- tions were made, and a charter of our University was issued. The successful completion of these necessary preliminaries served as an impetus to the great organization and building ahead. On June 16, 1792, a site for the college was decided upon and by the next year work had started on a President's house. The college had a line beginning but unfortunately work was delayed for five years and it was not until 1801 that the contract for the precursor of the "Old Mill" was signed. The days of the War of 1812 were dark ones for the University. The government seized the college building for use as an arsenal and all ac- tivity was halted for the duration of the war. As for the period follow- ing the war-it was a sad and most diflicult one. Financial stress became so acute and seemingly hopeless that in 1821 the students were advised to seek their education elsewhere. Thanks to the determination and valor of certain sophomores and Professor Porter, the college was carried on even though the faculty and trustees were not in favor of the action. But calamity was to strike again. In May, 1824 fire destroyed the college building. Fortunately the library and apparatus were saved. Classes were then held in the old Chittenden store located where the statue of Lafayette now stands: funds were procured for the building of North and South College, additions were made to the faculty, and under the leadership of President Marsh, the University was off with a fresh start. No great crisis appeared until the Civil War which left the lecture halls nearly vacant. But in spite of this stress and strain, in the last year I HI I 21, Ji , , . . . . . I , H L - of President Torrey s administration, that is, in 1865, a truly great ,fjgifffg . 57 . . . . . f chapter in the history of the University was begun, The State Agricul- ' 7 ' I l 5 U U I ' L a I I I l 2 :u 1 s u o ff! agen if THE ORIGINAL COLLEGE THE OLD MusEuM 1'-L W F- THE GOVERNMENT TAKES OVER THE FIRST CO-EDS Jalal: 1: 3 , ...v!f""T-I AN OLDER OLD MILL THE NEW OLD MILL TI C371 f III, I p xr r V ,I . 0 E'i-Y F I J "Sushi, A - f-- 'I - iii ff- " I I ,,, is u. ,,, y v Q",-32. . I ,L-EI: A , I .,- J L' Q EE - . I .H fa aa- , Ei - H, . " 2 iflk- :T TE I Tj 1 , -'7,5-Qfiffff"'ff-1:51 F45 ,J . :Life I -p jff' N qs V, 1 ,-'- 50" I" ' I--I-ICM-I-I-I -A X - "L -"' X Y -- -gs 36 'J VERSITY OF VERMCNT tural College was set up and combined with the old university. This was made possible by legislation introduced to Congress by Senator Mor- rill of Vermont. In 1871 President Buckham took oflice and it was at the beginning of his term that women were first admitted to classes. The first two women to graduate did so in 1875 and had made records which entitled them to membership in Phi Beta Kappa. These two ladies, Ellen Hamilton CMrs. F. E. Woodruij and Lida Mason fMrs. S. D. Hodgej , were the first two of some 33,000 women who have become members of this society. It was during the Hrst' ten years of President Buckham's long forty year term that the bronze statue of Lafayette and the fountain in which the annual Hfountain fight" between the freshman and sophomore boys is held, were donated by Mr. John P. Howard. Mr. Howard also pur- chased for the University the present medical building about the same time. It was in 1885 that the Billings Library, the gift of Fred Billings of Woodstock, was completed, and in 1896 the Williams Science Hall was completed. This building was erected through the generosity of Dr. and Mrs. Edward Williams of Philadelphia. Doctor Williams father took his degree at the University in the class of 1810. The Gymnasium, Converse Hall, Grassmount, the Engineering Building and Morrill Hall were all purchased during this period. Shortly after the death of President Buckham in 1910 came the World War. This was during President Benton's term and the effects of the war on the college were for a while paralyzing and the physical expan- sion was greatly curtailed although the faculty and student body in- creased rapidly. During the eventful twenty years of President Bailey's leadership Vt ' 1' 'll' 'tt l i Ahpl y piif, . IH: ,L I!! . '-if 1 if I SJ II k I .Q .H ', lr ,, , V- A afar, ' ,gm :lf Miwnl a"r-- ' -if him I i ff 5 i T1 1 I null ffl 'Q I .IIIFTIUU 7 I Ulf. '- A - -I" .afffg JJ gldibb -iz I 3 'T sl T 1?- Ki the Ira Allen Chapel and the Fleming Museum were built, Redstone p il- A Campus was developed into the beautiful center which it is today, and I 1 no the faculty, facilities, and student body have all increased. L, J F : May there always be those who, like those zealous people who saw 5' 1- v L!jg'ZQgljh: the college through its infancy, are willing to give their best to secure gLfk.':' '- .4 esteem and honor for the University of Vermont. ' - THE WATERMAN BUILDING THE FOUNTAIN THE IRA ALLEN CHAPEL THE LIBRARY CONVERSE HALL IN THE BO'S IT N ,ull .- . . ,li . E - e Q A fl W ' G ilfnfw 2 'A KE ' ' . . A . ,. d w 5 X55 5 f gf? ? fA 3 up Y X L 4 I 4 s ' iff: , gp f' . L I '3Ebg -' -a 'QQ'-3 biiir,-Lf'-E, Y T' 1 :gf " ' -Ti Ti:-T-'Jr' Tgi. ni . z : .I 37 5 4, D 1 'J ? 21 THE 'BOARD OF TRUSTEES 'I'President and Comptroller Guy Winfred Bailey, A.B., LL.D. Acting President and Comptroller Newman K. Chaffee, A.B. Governor of Vermont, Ex-officio His Excellency William H. Wills ON THE PART OE THE UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT Newman Keyes Chaffee, A.B. ...... Rutland, Vt. Henry Bigelow Oatley, B.S. .... New York, N. Y. George William Alger, A.B. .... New York, N. Y. Cassius Reuben Peck, A.B. ,...... Portland, Ore. Carroll Warren Doten, A.M. . .Cambridge Mass. Willard Alvord Mitchell, A.B. . .New York, N. Y. ON THE PART OE THE STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE Thomas Charles Cheney, A.B.. . .Morrisville, Vt. Guy Milton Page, A.B., LL.B.. . .Burlington, Vt. William Chester Walker, Ph.B. ...,.. Cabot, Vt. Edwin Winship Lawrence, A.B. .... Rutland, Vt. Henry Moses McFarland, A.B.. . .Hyde Park Orrin B. Hughes, B.S. ........, Brattleboro Warren R. Austin, Ph.B., LL.D. . .Burlington Roy Leonard Patrick, Ph.B. ..... Burlington Donald Arthur Hemenway, B.S.. ,Montpelier, Vt. 9' Deceased October 22, 1940 THE UNIVERSITY Prof. Frederick Tupper Dean Mary Jean Simpson Dean George Eckhard COUNCIL Dean Joseph L. Hills Dean Hardy A. Kemp Dean Elijah Swift FORREST W, KEHOE REGISTRAR SETH THOMAS BRUCE CASHIER 38 UNIVERSITY 1 WD lm 'E .Q f' L, fwwmin game I DEAN ELIJAH SWIFT COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING GEORGE FREDERICK ECKHARD, Dean of the Col- lege of Engineering, received his education at thc University of Iowa and at Iowa State Teachers' College. I-Ie obtained his B.S. in the class of 1905, and his C.E. five years later. Dean Eckhard, who is also professor of struc- tural engineering, is a member of Sigma Xi, and the American Society of Civil Engineers. COLLEGE OF ARTS 8g SCIENCES IN THE year nineteen hundred and thirty-one Elijah Swift, a professor of mathematics was ap- pointed Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Dean Swift received his A.B. degree from Harvard in the class of 1903 and his M.A. from the same institution one year later. I-Ie was one of the members of the class of 1907 who received their Ph.D's from Gottengen. Dean Swift is a member of Delta Psi and Phi Beta Kappa. DEAN GEORGE ECKHARD UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE JOSEPH LAWRENCE HILLS, a member of Kappa Sigma, studied at Boston University from which place he received his Bachelor of Science degree in the class of 1881. In the class of 1903, Dean Hill was awarded his Doctor of Science degree at Rutgers University. At the present time he is director of the State Experiment Station and professor of agronomy-- as well as being Dean of the Agricultural School. DEAN JOSEPH HILLS DEAN HARDY KEMP COLLEGE OF MEDICINE IN SEPTEMBER, nineteen hundred and thirty-nine Hardy A. Kemp became Dean of the College of Medicine, after having received his Bachelor of Science degree in 1923 from St. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri, and his Doctor of Medicine degree from the same institution in 1926, Dean Kemp is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha and Alpha Sigma Tau. In addition to being the Dean of the Medical College, Dean Kemp is professor of bacteriology and preventive medicine. 41 rvenmunr 'F STAN DI NG CCMMITTEES ADMISSION AND ADVANCED STANDING The Registrar and the Deans ATHLETICS Butterfield, T. S. Brown, Carpenter, and W. R. Adams and the Director of Athletics BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS The President Cactingj , Comptroller, and Deans CEREMONIES H. F. Perkins, Millington, Cmifford, Rowell, Miss Colburn, Bennett, Jordan, Towne, Pierce, the Commandant and the Registrar CHAPEL SERVICES Jacobs, Bennett and Hall CURRICULA Myrick, Buttles, Burrows, Eckhard and P. D. Evans DEGREES AND GRADUATE STUDY Burns, Cxroat, M. B. Cummings, Draggs, Myrick, Campbell, Douglass and Bullard EXTENSION ' Douglass, Dean, Bennett, Buttles, Eckhard, Burns, .Carrigan and Kehoe GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS AND SCHOLARSHIPS Burns, Eckhard, Jacobs LIBRARY Tupper, Swift, Miss Shattuck and Dykhuizen MILITARY SCIENCE The Commandant and the Deans PERSONNEL WORK Gifford, Metcalf, M. B. Cummings, Kidder, Mil- lington, Prentice, Miss Simpson, Miss Holbrook, Miss Nulty and Miss Cummings PUBLICATIONS Tupper, Dean, Lindsay and Kehoe ' REGULATIONS AND DISCIPLINE The President and the Deans SCHOLARSHIPS The President and Comptroller, and the Deans STUDENT NON-ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES Evans, Metcalf and Miss Harris STUDENT CONFERENCE Miss Simpson, Groat, Aiken, Swift, Carroll, McKee, M. B. Cummings and Miss Holbrook SUMMER SESSION Douglass, Jacobs, Burns, Groat and Miss Simpson SOCIAL LIFE Kidder, Bullard, Prentice, Miss Simpson, Swift UNIVERSITY OFFICERS Pres: dent .............. Secretary ............... Editor of Vermont Alumnus ALUMNI COUNCIL Thomas J. Mulcare, '09 Mrs. Isabelle Y. Gallup Leon W. Dean, '15 .Richard D. Aplin . . . . . . . . .Robert Patrick .Olney W. Hill 1924 ...... 1925 1926 ........ MEMBERS OF THE ALUMNI COUNCIL 1891 ..., Mrs. Hattie A. Forbes 1908. . .William L. Blanchard 1892. .Dr. George L. Shattuck 1909 ..... William L. Gardner 189 3 ........... Frank Wells 1910 ...... Albert V. Kieslich 1894 ........ Arthur Crombie 191 1 .... Dr. Thomas E. Hays 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 ........M. Shaler Allen . . . . . . .Erwin M. Harvey . . . . . .Albert E. Lewis . . . . . . .Helen G. Hendee . . . . . . .Carl B. Brownell 1912 1913 1914 ....... 1915 1916 . . . . .Albert L. Gutterson . . . . . . . .Everett I. Soule .Seth P. Johnson . . . .Harold A. Mayforth . . . . . . .Morris R. Wilcox 1900 ..... Dr. Julius E. Dewey 1917 ......... Henry T. Way 1901 ....... Samuel S. Dennis 1918 ....... George E. Stanley 1902 ....... Harry P. Hudson 1919 ........ Phillips M. Bell 1903 ......... Hollis E. Grey 1920 ........ Jesse E. Squires 1904 ......... Elmer E. Gove 1921 ....... Willard C. Arms . . . .Walter H. Washburn . . . . . .Dr. Donald Miner . . . . . . .Charles H. Covey 1905 1906 1907 TERM EXPIRES 1941 1905 ........ Fred B. Wright 1928 ..... Howard A. Prentice 1910 ........ John C. Orcutt 1914 ..,..... James H. Moore 1922 1923 . . . . .I. Munn Boardman . .Bartholomew F. Garrity 1927 1928 1929 1930 ...... 1931 1932 1933 1934 ...... 1935 1936 . . .William M. Lockwood . . . . . . . . .Sabin C. Abell . . . .Constans M. Holden .Mary E. Waddell . . . . . . . .RogerB. Adams . . . . . . , .Allen O. Eaton . . . . . . .James E. Bigelow .Donald J. Tobin , . . . . .Richard Woodard . . . .Mrs. Mary W. Rowe 1937. .Mrs. Sally C. Mathews . . . .Donald B. Carpenter . . . . . . . .Priscilla Savage . . . . . . . .Mary C. Nelson 1938 1939 1940 REPRESENTATIVES-AT-LARGE TERM EXPIRES 1943 1896 ..... 1906 ....... 1917 .... 1911 U F TERM EXPIRES 1942 1898 ......... Louis C. Dodd 1922. . .Mrs. Lois B. Horsford 1931 . .Mrs. G. Hubert Kiphuth 1925 ....... Lyman S. Rowell .Harry G. Shurtlelf .H. Morton Hill .Mrs. M. M. Loudon . . . . . . .Arthur H. Kehoe TERM EXPIRES 1944 1894 ........ Mabel R. Bates 1915 . Mrs. Mabel W. Mayforth 1908 ....... Harold F. French 1919 ......... Willis R. Buck TERM EXPIRES 1945 1913 1914 1895 ........ 1924. .J. Hervey Macomber, Jr. . . . . .Mary Jean Simpson . . . . . . . .DavidW. Howe .Philip J. Ross ALUMNI CLUB REPRESENTATIVES 1931 Clinton J. Sammond New York Alumni Association 1913 Roswell Farnham Western New York Alumni Club 1920 Dr. Peter P. Lawler Vermont Medical Alumni Association 1922 Frederick S. Harris Hartford, Conn., Alumni Association 1924 Erminie L. Pollard Hartford, Conn., Alumnae Club 1926 Mrs. Allene B. Hill Burlington Alumnae Association 1927 Mark G. Pierce . I Worcester County, Mass., Alumni Association 1928 Ph illip R. Wheeler Washington, D. C., Alumni Association 1931 Mrs. Justine Rogers Barker New York Alumnae Association 1928 He nry Simons Boston Alumni Association 1917 Mrs. Blanche M. Corley I Southern California Alumni Association 1929 Myron I. Samuelson Burlington Alumni Association 43 VERMIINT 4 of " .--1. MARY JEAN SIMPSON, KAPPA ALPHA THETA, PHI BETA KAPPA DEAN OF WOMEN PH.B. VERMONT 'I3 FREDA MARIE HARRIS ASSISTANT DEAN OF WOMEN A.B. MT. HOLYOKE 'I9 A.M. RADCLIFFE '24 44 UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S ADMINISTRATION SECOND ROW-MRS. FRANCE. MRS. MC CORMACK. MRS. DUNN, MRS. TOWNE, MRS. JOHNSON, MRS. SWERDFEGER. MRS BOSWORTH FRONT ROW-MRS. RICHMOND, MRS. WEARS, MRS. GRAVES. MRS. LOUDON, MRS. WILLARD, MRS BELL Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Wait C. Johnson. D. R. Bosworth . Fred H. Towne. . B. M. Pilcher. . . A. C. Loudon. . . Anna Willard. . . E. C. Dresser. . . Inez Dunn. . . R. I... Watson. . . R. A. McCormick. George Graves. , . Anne Underwood .... C. W. Richmond. G. Bell ........ W. G. Wears . . . Jane France .... Adela Swerdfeger IIFQVERMUIIT . . .Allen House . . . . .Sanders Hall . . . .Robinson Hall . . . . . .Redstone . . .Slade Hall . . . . .Grassmount . . . .Dresser Cottage . . . .83 Brookes Avenue . . . .96 Colchester Avenue . . .84 North Willard Street . . . .Prospect Hall . . . . .Gates House . . . . . .Roberts House . . . . . . .Pi Beta Phi House Kappa Alpha Theta House . .Alpha Chi Omega House . .Delta Delta Delta House FACULTY-STUDENT COUNCIL SECOND ROW-PROF. CUMMINGS, NYE, PROF. CARROLL, PROF. GROAT, DEAN SIMPSON, DEAN SWIFT, GLASS, PROF. MC KEE, Chairman . . . Secretary . ROYER, BLAKELY FRONT ROW-CORBETT, ALLEN, PEARL, BELL, CROWLEY, BUTTERFIELD, NEEDHAM, HOFFMAN, ZELLINGER FACULTY Prof. M. B. Cummings Prof. G. G. Groat Miss Sara Holbrook Prof. D. B. Carroll Prof. W. E. Aiken Prof. E. R. McKee STUDENTS Jane Allen E. H. Blakely Barbara Butterfield R. L. Carlson J. F. Corbett Margaret Crowley B. L. Glass June Hoffman Alice Needham F. W. Nye U. W. Otto R. D. Patterson Gratia Pearl J. R. Royer J. J. Zellinger THE FACULTY-STUDENT COUNCIL exists for the purpose of regulation of all forms of student ac- tivities though the combined efforts of both Faculty and Students, and to maintain closer relations be- tween the faculty and the students of the Univer- sity. The students are invited to submit any sub- ject or problem to the Council for discussion, for it is the desire of the Council to do everything in its power to unite the interests of the faculty with those of the students. Any problem which comes up is thoroughly discussed by the whole Council and either acted on or referred to the University Senate for action to be taken. The Council also has as one of its duties to receive and act on all petitions for student dances. No dance may be held without the approval of the Council on a petition which must be presented a week before the dance. In order that the Council should represent every shade and level of opinion in the University its membership is made up in the following way: Eight faculty members, two of whom are to be womenf are chosen by the president while the stu- dent membership is made up by election of twelve student members, four of whom are women, two from each of the junior and senior classes. The men are chosen on the basis of colleges, with one senior and one junior member from each of the three academic colleges, of Arts and Sciences, Engi- neering and Agriculture, and two members are chosen at large from the sophomore class. Thus all shades are represented in a truly efficient Faculty- Student Council. UNIVERSITY STUDENT UNION SECOND ROW-GALLAGHER, DAVIS, ABEL. PEARL, TUCKERMAN. HOFFMAN FRONT ROW-HACKWELL, METCALF, CROWLEY, HAWLEY, ALLEN, EMERSON, AGARD STUDENT UNION functions on this campus as an organization to see that all rules and regulations for women students are kept. This body may make recommendations for the changing of present rules or the making of new ones. Student Union consists of the council which is the oflicers of the association: the judiciary commit- tee which is the chief justice, one senior and two juniorsg and the joint conference committee which is made up of members of the faculty to advise the Student Union Council. At the beginning of each school year these rules are given the freshmen who are required to pass an examination on them. The Big Sister movement is sponsored by this group. All freshmen are assigned an upperclass girl to help them through the more difficult days of their first few weeks of school. Student Union is in charge of Mass Meetings which all resident women are required to attend. Regular business is taken up after which refresh- ments are generally served. UFVERMUNT OFFICERS President . . . Vice-President ..... Second Vice-President Chief Justice . . . Social Chairman . , , Secretary . . Treasurer ......... Town Representative House Chairman . . . Scholarship Chairman. . . Judiciary . . . . .Laura Hawley . . .Frances Abel . . .... Harriet Nelson . . . .Margaret Crowley . . ,Maywood Metcalf . . .June Hoffman . . .Janet Hackwell . . .,.... Curatia Pearl Dorothy Emerson . . . .Joene Agard Louise Davis - ' - Barbara Gallagher Jane Allen 2 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL H. W. Noyes R. P. Kenney J. R. Royer J. A. White, Jr F. P. Logan SECOND ROW-ITZKOWITZ, THAYER, DUDLEY, SAWYER, LEVINE, WOOD, HUNTING FRONT ROW-WHITE, BLOOM ROYER KENNEY, PYE, GUILEERT, AKLEY KATZEW ATQ ANI' K2 AI CIPACD OFFICERS Faculty Acluisor .... .,.. P rof. D. B, Carroll President ,...... ...... R obert Kenney Secretary-treasurer .... .... R . T. Thayer MEMBERS CID 2 A R. D. Thayer C. J. Katzew S. G. Levine 2 A E I-I. P. Wood E. A. Guilbert R. B. Hunting E N C. V. Akley W. I. Pye J. D. Sawyer 2 CID H. A. Thurber M. J. Reynolds, III N. D. Tucker T E KI, J. F. Cronin C. Itzkowitz J. Bloom UNIVERSITY PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL SECOND ROW-BADGER, CREAMER, GRAY, WOOLLEY, ROOT, AGARD FRONT ROW-MARVIN FISKE, OLING, ISHAM, CARVER COHEN COBB OFFICERS President ..... ............ E lizabeth Isham Vice-President . . . ...., Gloria Oling Secretary ..... .... L orraine Carver MEMBERS A X Q K A GJ Marion A. Root Miriam Fiske Kathleen LeBaron Wanda Cobb A 'E A H B CIP Lorraine Carver Jane Badger Shirley Gray Jeanne Woolley A A A 2 I' Mildred Creamer Joene Agard Elizabeth Isham Pearl Marvin A KID E Mildred Cohen Gloria Oling 49 lfj UF VERMUNT PUBLICATIONS BOARD PROF. KIDDER, PROF. DEAN, METCALF, HUNTING FACULTY MEMBERS Prof. Leon Dean, Chairman Prof. George G. Groat Prof. George Kidder STUDENTS R. B. Hunting R. O. Slack Maywood Metcalf THE PUBLICATIONS BOARD was founded six years ago as an advisory board to advise the two major campus publications, the ARIEL and the Cynic. It was felt that since the staff of the ARIEL in par- ticular was inexperienced at the time when its con- tracts had to be made, that good advice would be needed in this matter. To this end the board was set up, and consists of the editor of the ARIEL and his immediate predecessor, the editor of the Cynic and three faculty members. Their function is to advise and approve of the election of the ARIEL staff, and then to assist the newly elected editor in making his contracts with photographer, printer and engraver. At any other time when the editor or staff feels the need of advice the Publications Board stands ready to give it. The Board also assists and advises the business manager in anything which he undertakes which requires experienced ad- vice. The effect of the Board is to provide always the official means for the outgoing editors and ex- perienced faculty members to assist the less ex- perienced incoming editors. UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC COUNCIL SECOND ROW-DOCTOR LAWLOR, RAMSDELL, DOCTOR BROWN FRONT ROW-PROF. ADAMS, BAILEY, PROF. PRENTICE, SLACK, BUCK THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL, a body made up of the undergraduate varsity managers of the major sports, the graduate manager, members of the fac- ulty, and alumni, is the group which forms the athletic policy of the University of Vermont, and generally oversees the athletic program. Under the direction of Professor Butteriield, the chairman, and through the Work of Sabin Abell, the graduate manager, the schedules are made up, trips planned, games booked, and the athletic life of the school in general is Worked out in order to give the best possible sports experience to both players and spectators. The undergraduate managers give the council a student viewpoint which keeps the interest of the student body in general in mind, While the alumni and faculty members also contribute the ideas of the groups they represent, in the constant effort to make our athletic policy satisfy all those interested in it. IIFVERMIJNT OFFICERS Chairman .... ..,. P rof. A. D. Butterfield Secretary ....... .... P rof. F. D. Carpenter Athletic Director ,... ,...... H . A. Prentice Graduate Manager .... . . . . .S. C. Abell Basketball Manager .... ...... W . H, Wright Football Manager .... ' Track Manager ..... ...... Baseball Manager .... . . . MEMBERS W. R. Adams, Jr. Dr. T. S. Brown Dr. P. P. Lawler P. M. Bell W. P. Buck, Jr. J. A. Macomber, Jr. . , . .R. G. Ramsdell, Jr. G. H. Bailey ,R. O. Slack 2 'l Q , 'uf ' 'nu' fuullllfu l wmv- 'I-' 'Gian if Q M85 :- f 75 .false Q. X-V -- -ik MQ' 25,5 5.1193 ,px P, NR. 72m 5: al. .-- - If 1 ".1 -L' . I 9 " fi.?.'5i-R -. .-' ,Q z, , 'fjflili-113 -: ..53kj,,-1i'.lvjnfL2:" " 1- . U.: ,a,.gg,g.f - "1-259 ' SQA" C ' -ai'-2"!" . E ig-V -1-Lxw .2411 r ll' 'f . ..- - ,, K. -. - u '- mi'-v-. . 15. " --n , ,q'-..-XJ -L. ff. n n ., .-1-gags:-fgszh , ,-311: ai:- fJ'.cJ.1f1gi21:z:' 5:3--'J 5, ..J,-,Q ":gqf:g'y: ,fx-.-is . ,f. .-'f:YfA1 W-3, "xi-f '.r- -- 33!i1,C-NAQ 11::':1g?'-' 'ati -X: :M - ' --'r- w -Ng.. g.-...Q ax 12 :,,-, H, fa-4 u - - n 44.16 m,:.g:, I -,'v,,:n' , - ,af .-. 'a2?Efg:'P'f af'2xYf am- - fu 'Q-2'Ig,":' qs- ' gpg: 'ff -.vi . '- 5.41. 2. - , 4 --4 I ,G ARTS AND SCIENCES 'lt 1 - W DOCTOR ALLEN I J, PROFESSORS Howard Gordon Bennett, QDBK A.B., Harvard 'l7: M.A., '24 Professor of Music George Plumer Burns, CIDBK, QJAGJ, EE, AZ B.S.. Ohio Wesleyan '97: M.A., '98: Ph.D., Munich '00 Professor of Botany George Howard Burrows, QDBK B.S., Vermont '99: Ph.D., Mass. I stitute of Tech. '14 Professor of Chemistry Fred Donald Carpenter, CIJFA, fIvBK A.B., Trinity 'IOQ M.A., 'l5: Ph.D., Yale '18 Professor of German Language and Litera- ture Daniel Bernard Carroll, 214122, IITM A.B., Illinois 'l5: Ph.D., Wisconsin '30 Professor of Political Science Bennett Cooper Douglass, EK, fIrBK, KCIPK Ph.B., Vermont 'O8: M.A., Columbia '20: Ph.D., '24 Professor of Education Director of Summer Session Paul Demund Evans A.B., Cornell '13: A.M., 'l4: Ph.D., '23 Professor of History Asa Russell Gifford, GUNS, CDBK A.B., Wesleyan 'O4: M.A., Yale '07 Professor of Philosophy George Gorham Groat, AY, KIHBK, HFM A.B., Syracuse '95: Ph.B., N. Y. State Teachers' College '97: A.M., Cornell '02: Ph.D., Columbia '05 Professor of Economics PROF. BENNETT Ralph Maynard Holmes, EE, QDBK, EX A.B., Maine 'l1: A.M., Wesleyan 'l33 Ph,D., Cornell '23 Professor of Physics Elbridge Churchill Jacobs, ATQ B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology '96: M.A., Columbia '13 Professor of Geology and Mineralogy John Trumbull Metcalf, IIECID, EX, CIJBK A.B., Yale 'l0g M.A., 'll: Ph.D., '13 Professor of Psychology Arthur Beckwith Myrick, EAE, fI1BK A.B., Harvard '00: A.M., 'Olz Ph.D., '04 Professor of Romance Languages Henry Farnham Perkins, AY, HDBK A.B., Vermont '987 Ph.D., Johns Hop- kins '02 Professor of Zoology Director of the Fleming Museum Howard A. Prentice, Awlf, IIJAK, EAWI' B.S., Vermont '28: A.M., New York Uni- versity '35: Ed.D., Columbia '40 Professor of Physical Education Director of Athletics Lester Marsh Prindle, QIJMA, fI2BK, TKA A.B., Vermont 'l5: A.M., Harvard '16: Ph.D., '21 Professor of Classical Languages and Litera- ture Frederick Tupper, ATQ, v-IJBK - A.B., Charleston '9Og A.M., '92: Ph.D., Johns Hopkins '93g L.H.D., Vermont '06 Professor of English Language and Litera- ture DOCTOR BROWN 54 uulvenslrv ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Wellington Estey Aiken, EN, CIJBK Ph.B., Vermont '0l: A.M., '03 Associate Professor of English Charles Ernest Braun, QAY, EX, AXP B.S., Polytechnic Institute Brooklyn '22: A.M., Columbia '23: Ph.D., '25 Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry Leland Lawrence Briggs, AEII, BAWI' A.B., South Dakota '23: M.A., '24: M.B.A., Northwestern '27 Associate Professor of Economics Eleanor Stetson Cummings A.B., Boston University '08 Associate Professor of Physical Education for Women John Bellows DeForest, fIJBK A.B., Yale '05g M.A., '12: Ph.D., 'l5 Associate Professor of Romance Languages Eleazer Johnson Dole, CIJBK A.B., Vermont 'l2: M.A., 'l7: M.S., '2l: Ph.D., '23 Associate Professor of Botany George Dykhuizen, QJBK, QIJAK, EAW A.B., Indiana '21: A.M., Chicago '24g Ph.D., '34 Associate Professor of Philosophy Percy Austin Fraleigh, fIJBK,, EE, IIJKQ A.B., Cornell 'l7: M.A., 'l8g Ph.D,, '27 Associate Professor of Mathematics Charles Allen Kern, QAC9 B.S., Vermont '01 Associate Professor of Chemistry George Vincent Kidder, KE, fIDBK A.B., Vermont '22: A.B., Oxford '26: Ph.D., Chicago '37 Associate Professor of Classical Languages and Literature PROF. CARPENTER ARTS AND SCIENCES Julian Ira Lindsay, fIhBK A.B.. Clark '08: M.A., Harvard '10 Associate Professor of English Paul Amos Moody, TA, EE, fIJEE A.B., Morningside '24-5 Ph.D., Michigan '27 Associate Professor of Zoology Catherine Frances Nulty, BQIDK, BAG, UNO, IITM, AKF Ph.B., Brown '1l: Ed.M., Harvard '25 Associate Professor of Secretarial Economics Herbert Everett Putnam, fI1KfI2 A.B., Minnesota '25g M.A.. '27: Ph,D., Cornell '30 Associate Professor of History Parker Brown Willis, AKEI' B.S., New York University '30: M.S., Columbia 'Sly Ph.D., '37 Associate Professor of Economics Florence May Woodward, KA8, QDBK, IIFM Ph.B., Vermont '22g M.A., Columbia '27g Ph.D., '36 Associate Professor of Economics ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Nelle Alexander Adams, EK, KAH, AKI' B.S., Ohio State '23: M.A., Columbia '29 Assistant Professor of Education Phillips Dean Carleton A.B., Brown '20: A.M., '35 Assistant Professor of English Elizabeth Vanderpool Colburn B.S., Columbia 'l2: M.A., 'l6 Assistant Professor of Education PROF. CARROLL R-.I i P29 L ff NX X cz X, Q E PROF. CUMMINGS 55 UFVEIIMIIIIT ARTS AND SCIENCES ET REBUS HONESTIS I Cl bxff ATIS N Q. D AQ, 1 ,H Z , 3 Srumus 3 iv 2 1? ei' I o 'S' '1 r og PROF. BU RROWS Rex Madison Collier, EE, TIFM B.A.. Iowa State '27: M.A., Northwestern '29: Ph.D., '34x Assistant Professor of Psychology Gennette Claire Davis, AXQ, IIFM A.B.. Carleton 'l5: B.S., Minnesota '22g M.A., Columbia '27 Assistant Professor of Secretarial Economics Leon W. Dean, KIJBK, TKA A.B., Vermont '15 Assistant Professor of English Roland Freeman Doane, XA B.S., Harvard 'l7: M.A., Middlebury '28 Assistant Professor of French and Spanish Charles George Doll, EE Ph.B., Brown '24: M.A., '26g M.A., Harvard '31 Assistant Professor of Geology and Miner- alogy William Laurence Gardner, EAW B.S., Vermont '09 Assistant Professor of Physical Education Coach of Baseball t':Raymond Avery Hall, QIINGJ, 1IJBK A.B., Wesleyan '14: BD., Drew '22, M.A., Columbia '23 Assistant Professor of English Sara Moulthrop Holbrook Ph.B., Hartford Ped. School 'l2: M.A,, Yale '22 Assistant Professor of Education Winchester Hallock Heicher, CIJFA B.A., Stanford '30: Ph.D., New York University '30 Assistant Professor of Political Science Fred Walter Householder A.B., Texas 'O6: LL.B., '09: M.A., '09 Assistant Professor of Mathematics PROF. BUTTERFIELD XMelvin Henry Laatsch, KCIJK, QIJBK, TIFM A.B., Gettysburg '26: M.A., Vermont '28: M.A., Princeton '34 Assistant Professor of Political Science Benjamin Franklin Ladd A.B., N. Y. U. 'l0: M.A., Penn. State '12 Assistant Professor of German Edgar Elwyn Lineken, JJKE, AXE, KfI7K B.S., Maine '23: M.S., '25: Ph.D., Iowa State '39 Assistant Professor of Chemistry George Hubert Nicholson B.A., Mount Allison '22g M.A., Harvard '23 Assistant Professor of Mathematics Andrew Edgerton Nuquist A.B., Doane '27: A.M., Wisconsin '36: Ph.D., '40 Assistant Professor of Political Science Addison Cramton Pond, CDMA B.S,, Vermont '34: M.A., '36 Assistant Professor of Economics James Eugene Pooley B.A., Yale '22: M.A., '26 Assistant Professor of Classical Languages and Literature Willard Bissell Pope, XXI' A.B., Hamilton '25: A.M., Harvard '26: Ph.D., '32 ' Assistant Professor of English Archibald Thompson Post, EN, EAVI' B.S., Vermont '27 Assistant Professor of Physical Education Coach of Track and Cross-Country Gordon Baylies Ray A.B., Harvard '32g A.M., '33: Ph.D., '39 Assistant Professor of French and Spanish PROF. CAMPBELL i'lX 56 s.-""'t UNIVERSSTY Lyman Smith Rowell, AI B.S., Vermont '25: M.S., '30 Assistant Professor of Zoology Randolph Shephardson Towne, CIDBK A.B., Williams '22p A.M., Princeton '23 Assistant Professor of French and Spanish George Maynard Trafton, KAII B.S., Maine '21 Assistant Professor of Industrial Education Benjamin Booth Wainwright, IIJBK A.B., Williams '20z M.A., Illinois '25 Assistant Professor of English Myron Ellis Witham B.S., Dartmouth '04g C.E., '06 Assistant Professor of Mathematics Lloyd Abram Woodward, QMA, TKA Ph.B., Vermont 'l8: M.S., '24 Assistant Professor of Physics Eugene Youngert A.B., Augustana College: A.M., Columbia '37 Assistant Professor of Education INSTRUCTORS Hubert Werts Allen, fIDKf1b B.S., Parsons '29g M.S., Maine '31 Instructor in Physics Michael Anselmo Instructor in Violin Coleman Hamilton Benedict ARTS AND Albert M. K. Blume, KIJBK A.B., Yale '28: B.Mus., '29: M.A., '36: Ph.D., '40 Instructor in German Elizabeth Bradish Instructor in Voice Constance Lorraine Brown A.B., Wells '23: M.S., Cornell '26 Instructor in Chemistry Sherman P. Fogg B.S., Wisconsin '33 Freshman Coach Instructor in Physical Education Stuart Lynde Johnson, BGJH A.B., Wesleyan '3l: A.M., Harvard '33: Ph.D., '40 Instructor in French and Spanish Harry Phillip Levine, QIJBK B.S., Vermont '36: M.S., '38 Instructor in Zoology Antoinette Hubbard Loudon, IIBfIv Ph.B., Vermont '33: M.S., '34 Instructor in Zoology Carl Lucarini, KIJBK B.S., Vermont '25: M.A., Princeton '26 Instructor in Chemistry Malcolm Wales Maclay A.B., Columbia '27 Instructor in Economics Miriam Natilee Marston, fIJBK, AKT, AAII A.B., Boston University '12: M.A., Columbia '35 SCIENCES X Princeton V345 A'M" ,353 Ph-D-V Instructor in Piano, Organ, and School N: In tigctor in Classical L u Music Q S an 21 QS . , g g James Wallace Marvin, AXP, EE Holden B. B1ckford,AKE B.S., vermont '32: Ms., '33g Ph.D., A.B.. Wesleyan '32 Columbia '39 Instructor in German Instructor in Botany PROF. DAASCH DOCTOR DALTON PROF. DOUGLASS 57 nfvenmunr 2 ENGINEERING i Q Elliot T. Merrick, BGJH A.B., Yale '27 Instructor in English George Lee Millikan, CIJKT, QDBK A.B., Southern California '34g M.A., Yale '38 Instructor in Political Science Isabel Clark Mills B.S., Skidmore '29: A.M., Vermont '35 Instructor in Education Mary Louise Morgan, CDBK B.S., Vermont '25 Instructor in Economics Elizabeth Warner Morrill, AAA, AK1' Ph.B.. Vermont '28: A.M., '38 Instructor in Education Samuel Harding Nichols, KA, EE, FA A.B., Centre College '34: M.S., Ohio State '37: Ph.D., '39 Instructor in Chemistry Ippocrates Pappoutsakis, KF1If, IIKA B.Mus., New England Conservatory of Music '39 Instructor in Music Verna Elizabeth Parker, AAA, AKF Ph.B., Vermont '3l: A.M., '36 Instructor in Education John Harold Perry B.S., Acadia '35 Instructor in Zoology Merrill Dustin Powers, TKA B.S., Vermont '15 Instructor in English Director of Debating Lorrin A. Riggs, EEZ A.B., Dartmouth '33: A.M., Clark '343 Ph.D., '36 Instructor in Psychology PROF. ELLENBERGER PROF. EVANS Alban Bennett Rooney B.S., Vermont '22: M.S., '27 Instructor in Physics Henry Clay Smith, QJBK A.B., St. Johns '34-5 Ph.D., Johns Hop- kins '39 Instructor in Psychology Winona Emyle Stone, QBK Ph.B., Vermont '23: M.S., '31 Instructor in Botany Mary Burke Sullivan B.S. in Ed., Rhode Island '09: B.S. in Ed. New York University '34: MA. in Ed. '35 Instructor in English and Education Vance Tartar, fIJBK, QE, EE B,S., University of Washington '333 M.S., '34: Ph.D., Yale '38 Instructor in Zoology Nelson Lee Walbridge, EAE, EE B.S., Vermont '24s M.S., '26 Instructor in Physics Roy J. Weitz, CDAK, AGJE B.S.. Illinois '30: M.A., Columbia '38 Instructor in Physical Education Assistant Coach PROFESSORS James Atkins Bullard, CIJBK, EE, QIJAGD A.B., Williams '08: Ph.D., Clark '14 Professor of Mathematics and Mechanics Arthur Dexter Butterfield, ATQ B.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute '93: M.S., '98: A.M., Columbia '04 Professor of Mathematics and Geodesy PROF. GIFFORD 58 "'-. UNIVERSITY Harry L. Daasch, TBII, AEP, GE B.S., Iowa State '25: E.Mer., Colorado School Mines '27: M.E., Iowa State 'SOC M.S., '33 Professor of Mechanical Engineering Edd Ruthven McKee, EAX B.S. in E.E., Iowa State '20g M.S., '25: E.E., '26 Professor of Electrical Engineering Louis Blackmer Puifer, EE, TBH C.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute '09 Professor of Civil Engineering ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Roy Orville Buchanan, QIDBK B.S. in E.E., Vermont '05 Associate Professor of Electrical Engineer- mg Edmund Louis Sussdorf Ph.B., Yale '14: M.E., '17 Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineer- ing ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Milton Harris Aldrich, SAE, EE, TBII B.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute '2S: M.S.E,, Michigan '37 Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineer- mg Cweno Blaise Lucarini, ZX, QDBK B.S., Vermont '25: M.A., Princeton '26 Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineer- ing Howard Guy Millington, EE, TBII C.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute '08 Assistant Professor of Mathematics Laurence Forrest Shorey, CIDBK B.S. in E.E., Vermont '25: M.S., '30 Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineer- ing ENGINEERING Harold Irving Williams, EN B.S. in E.E., Vermont '12 Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineer- mg INSTRUCTORS A. E. Batchelder Instructor in Mechanical Engineering PROFESSORS Mason Herbert Campbell, AZ, FEA, EE B.S., Illinois 'l7: M.S., Wisconsin 'l8: Ph.D., '32 Professor of Dairy Production Marshall Baxter Cummings, EE, FA, AZ B.S., Vermont '0l: M.S., Maine '04: Ph.D., Cornell '09 Professor of Horticulture Howard Bowman Ellenberger, AZ, EE B.S., Iowa State '05: M.S., Cornell 'l5Z Ph.D., '15 Professor of Animal and Dairy Husbandry Florence Beeson King, KAGD, EE, IEH, ON, AN, BAE B.S., Illinois 'l4g M.A., California '26: Ph.D., Indiana '29 Professor of Home Economics Ii Benjamin Franklin Lutman, AZ. E: A.B., Missouri 'O6g A.M., Wisconsin '07: Ph.D., '09 Professor of Plant Pathology Paul Robert Miller, CDE, AKA, AZ B.S., Iowa State '22: M.S., Michigan State '24 Professor of Agronomy ' PROF. GROAT PROF. HOLMES PROF. JACOBS 59 urvenmnnr 2 X AGRICULTURE 'Nb .I-Elzlk ga QIFN PROF. LUTMAN ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS William Ritchie Adams, Jr., GX, EE, FA B.S., Syracuse '26: M.S., Vermont '28: Ph.D., Yale '35 Associate Professor of Botany and Forestry Alexander Gershoy, EE B.S., Cornell '18, M.S., Columbia '34 Associate Professor of Botany Ernest Oliver I-Ierreid, EE, FA, FEA, AZ, AFP B.S., South Dakota State '27: M.S.. Min- nesota '28: Ph.D., '33 Associate Professor of Dairy Manufactur- 1ng Doris Frances Lake B.S., Cornell '20: M.A., Columbia '24 Associate Professor of Home Economics John Alvin Newlander, EE B.S., Cornell 'l93 M.S., Vermont '2lg ' Ph.D., Cornell Associate Professor of Dairy Husbandry ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Florence Emily Bailey, ON B.S., Simmons '18: M.S., Vermont '30 Assistant Professor of Home Economics Grace Burwash, AXQ, QFA B.A., Illinois 'l9: M.A., Columbia '24 Assistant Professor of Home Economics William Howard Martin, AZ, KLIDK, CIJBK, KIJAK B.S., Vermont: M.S., Cornell Assistant Professor of Agricultural Educa- tion Amos Bush Wilmarth, CIJBK, AY A.B., Middlebury '00: A.M., Harvard '0l: B.S., Vermont '08 Assistant Professor of Chemistry PROF. MYRICK INSTRUCTORS Leslie A. Evans V.S., Ontario Veterinary College '03 Instructor in Veterinary Science Ralph Hawthorne Granger, AFP B.S., Massachusetts State '38: M.S. Instructor in Poultry Husbandry and Agri- cultural Engineering Joseph G. Leeder B.S., Ohio State '38: M.S., Vermont '39 Instructor in Dairy Manufacturing Charles Leonard Park, Jr. B.S., Vermont '32 Instructor in Agricultural Education Sheldon Ward Williams, LDKQQ B.S., Cornell '323 M.S., Vermont '34 Instructor in Agricultural Economics PROFESSCRS Lyman Allen, 2111, NEN, fIJBK A.B., Vermont '93: M.D., '96 Professor of Surgery Clarence Henry Beecher, NEN M.D., Vermont '00 Professor of Medicine Thomas Stephen Brown, NEN M.D., Vermont '04 Thayer Professor of Anatomy Ernest Hiram Buttles, KE, LIJBK A.B., Vermont '0l: M.D., '08 Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology Charles Francis Dalton, NEN M.D., Vermont '03 Professor of Public Health PROF. MC KEE 60 S' unlvtnsurv Herbert Ashley Durfee, QJAGJ, AKK A.B., Vermont 'l7: M.D., '20 Professor of Obstetrics Oliver Newell Eastman, PACS M.D., Vermont '08 Professor of Gynecology Fred Kinney Jackson, IAQ, NEN A.B., Vermont '97g M.D., '99 Professor of Physiology Hovey Jordan, ATQ Ph.B., Vermont 'l3: M.S., 'l4g A.M., Harvard '16 Professor of Histology and Embryology Hardy Alfred Kemp B.S., St. Louis '23: M.D., '26 Dean, Professor of Preventive Medicine David Marvin, NEN M.D,, Vermont '00 Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology James Charles O'Neil, NEN B.S., Vermont 'O6: M.D., '17 Professor of Psychiatry Harold Barnard Pierce, EE. B.S., Massachusetts State '17: M.S., Penn- sylvania State '2lg Ph.D., University of Rochester '28 Professor of Physiological Chemistry George Millar Sabin ' B.S., Vermont '96: M.D., '00 Professor of Clinical Surgery Arthur Bradley Soule, Jr. A.B., Vermont '25: M.D., '28 Professor of Radiology William Graves Townsend, AKK, FACS B.S., Dartmouth 'l9: M.D., Vermont '24 Professor of Urology AGRICULTURE Emmus George Twitchell A.B., Queen's University, Canada 'O2: M.D., C.M., '06 Professor of Ophthalmology, Otolaryngol- ogy and Rhinology John Brooks Wheeler, ECP, IDX A.B., Vermont '75: M.D., Harvard '79: Sc.D., 21 Professor Emeritus of Surgery Charles Plagg Whitney B.S., Vermont '97: M.D., '03: M.S., '04 Professor of Physiological Chemistry and Toxicology Harry George Wyer, Major, U. S. A. CRet.j A.B., Harvard '96: M.D., '00 Professor of Medico-Military Science ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Ellsworth Lyman Amidon, ATU, EE B.S., Tufts '27: M.D., Vermont '32 Associate Professor of Medicine Bird Joseph Arthur Bombard M.D., Vermont '05 Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery Ray Gilbert Daggs B.S., Bucknell '26: Ph.D., Rochester '30 Associate Professor of Physiology Paul Kendrick French, AW, NEN, FACP Ph.B., Vermont '20: M.D., '23 Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine Albert George Mackay, EAE, NEN B.S., Vermont '29: M.D., '32 Associate Professor of Surgery IL MILK IIITTIJJL-3 ?ll PROF. PUFFER PROF. TUPPER DOCTOR WHITNEY ,111 61 UFVEIIMIINT MEDICINE X Jill I W ll-ICLI i l I1 DOCTOR BEECHER ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Benjamin Dyer Adams, AKK, FACS M.D., Vermont '08 Assistant Professor of Surgery William Bradford Adams M.D., Harvard '18 Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics Maurice Norbert Bellerose B.S., Norwich '25: M.D., Vermont '29 Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery Louis Benson B.E.E., Northeastern University School of Engineering '24: M.D., Tufts '32 Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine Walters Daniel Bieberbach M.D., Southern Tennessee '04 Assistant Professor of Clinical Urology Paul William Butterfield, GJBK A.B.. Bowdoin '30g M.D., Boston Uni- versity '34 Assistant Professor of Pathology Paul Dennison Clark, 2119 M.D., Vermont '26 Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Gardner Nathan Cobb A.B., Dartmouth '0l: M.D., '04 Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics Roy Edward Corley A.B., Holy Cross '2l: M.D., Vermont '25 Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Ralph Leslie Cudlipp, Lieut. Col. Medical Corps, U. S. A., FACS M.D., New York Medical College '15 Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery John Emerson Davis, EE A.B., Oberlin '30: M.S., Michigan '31, Ph.D., Chicago '36 Assistant Professor of Pharmacology PROF.BULLARD Edward Perry Disbrow M.D., Maryland '08 Assistant Professor of Clinical Dermatology Fred Williams Dunihue, EE, QIDAE, CIJFA A.B., Wabash '29: M.S., New York Uni- versity '3l: Ph.D., '34 Assistant Professor of Histology and Em- bryology Arthur Ford Geddes Edgelow A.B.. Trinity 'l4: M.D., Harvard '18 Assistant Professor of Clinical Obstetrics John Archibald Ferguson M.D., University of Western Ontario '25: M.S., '30 Assistant Professor of Pathology Winthrop Maillot Flagg, BAE, NSN M.D., Vermont '34 Assistant Professor of Urology Theodore Henry Harwood A.B., Hamilton '32g M.D., Vermont '36 Assistant Professor of Medicine Aymer Seth Columbus Hill M.D., Vermont '98 Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine Milford Leroy Hobbs M.D., Washington '31 Assistant Professor of Pathology Arthur Rush Hogan, FACS A.B., Vermont 'l9: M.D., '22 Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery David William James B.S., Denison '30: M.D., Ohio State '33: M.S., Wayne '40 Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology PROF.JACKSON 62 UNIVERSITY Wendell Everett James, EE A.B., Brown '17: M.S., '34: M.D., Ver- mont '38 Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology and Bacteriology Arthur Leo Larner, AKK M.D., Vermont '04 Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology and Rhinology and Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology Peter Paul Lawlor M.D., Vermont '20 Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology and Rhinology and Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology Clifford Shattuck Leonard, EE Ph.B., Yale '15: M.S., 'l7: Ph.D., Wis- consin '20 Assistant Professor of Pharmacology Robert Leland Maynard, AKK, FACS M.D., Vermont 'll Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery Karl Cornelius McMahon, NEN, AI B.S., Vermont 'l9: M.D., '22 Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Clinical Instructor in Otolaryngology and Rhinology Edward Douglas McSweeney A.B., Vermont '19: M.D., '22 Assistant Professor of Gynecology Charles Perkins Moat B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology '96 Wilhelm Raab M.D., University of Vienna '20: M.D., German University of Prague '26 Walford Tupper Rees, KE, NEN M.D., Vermont '24 Assistant Professor of Surgery Edward James Rogers, CIDX B.S., The Citadel '963 M.D., South Caro- lina '08: M.D., Columbia '12 Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine Ferdinand Jacob Morris Sichel, EE B.S., McGill '28: M.S., New York Uni- versity '30: Ph.D., '34 Assistant Professor of Physiology Walter Alva Stultz, EE A.B., Acadia '27: Ph.D., Yale '32 Assistant Professor of Anatomy Keith Frank Truax, fbX, ZX B.S., Vermont '28: M.D., '31 Assistant Professor of Surgery Hiram Eugene Upton, NEN B.S., St. John's '24: M.D., University of Maryland '27 Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine Foster Lane Vibber M.D., Tufts '29 Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology VISITING PROFESSORS Frank Roberts Ober M.D., Tufts '05 Visiting Professor of Orthopedic Surgery MEDICINE Ja N P t ' Assistant Professor of Public Health Mgbggafgog eN5ISinC.M.' '23 42, Chester Albert Newhally NEN Visiting Professor of Neurology xl A.B., Northwestern '24: M.D., Vermont Ad0lPhl1S Duncan Rood J '28 M.D., Vermont '08 Assistant Professor of Anatomy Visiting Professor of Bronchoscopy PROF. KING PROP. METCALF PROF. PERKINS 63 IIFVEIIMIINT 2 MEDICINE ' M PROF. PR I NDLE Eugene Frederick Traub B.S., University of Michigan 'l6: M.D '18 Visiting Professor of Dermatology INSTRUCTORS John Abajian, Jr. M.D., New York Medical College '37 Instructor in Anesthesia Paul Millner Ashton A.B., Amherst '25: A.M., '26g M.D Johns Hopkins '30 Instructor in Clinical Obstetrics Azel Packard Barney A.B., University of Pennsylvania '18: M.D., '22 Instructor in Clinical Obstetrics Nathan Renwick Caldwell M.D., Vermont '14 Instructor in Clinical Radiology Stuart Starnes Corbin B.S., Vermont '31: M.D., '36 Instructor in Pediatrics Albert James Crandall B.S., Vermont '30g M.D., '33 Instructor in Clinical Surgery Thomas Patrick Cunningham M.D., Tufts '18 Instructor in Clinical Pediatrics William Boyd Curtis A.B., Columbia '30: M.D.. '34 Instructor in Psychiatry Richard Barre Davis B.S., Vermont '361 M.D., '39 Instructor in Medicine COLONEL SPALDING Henry Maurice Farmer B.S., Vermont '33: M.D., '37 Instructor in Preventive Medicine and Public Health Lester Mahan Felton B.S., Dartmouth 'l9: M.D., Cornell 22 Instructor in Clinical Urology Paul Frederic Fenton B.S., University of Rochester '38 MS Vermont '40 Instructor in Physiological Chemistry Erald Fairbanks Foster M.D., Vermont '27 Instructor in Public Health Arthur Gladstone B.S., Vermont '28: M.D., '31 Instructor in Clinical Surgery Alfred Myron Glickman M.D., Tufts '21 Instructor in Clinical Obstetrics Fred Scott Kent M.D., Vermont '19 Instructor in Clinical Medicine Hyman Bernard Levine B.S., Vermont '3O: M.D., '39 Instructor in Clinical Medicine Sanfrey Mathew Lilyestrom M.D., Tufts '30 Instructor in Clinical Urology Robert Edward Lee Loring M.D., Harvard '22 Instructor in Clinical Obstetrics John Frederick Lynch B.S., Vermont '31: M.D., '34 Instructor in Clinical Surgery James Patrick Mahoney M.D., Vermont '32 Instructor in Clinical Medicine COACH EVANS fi? 64 .'PNi!iE7XXJ'd rr U N I V E R S I T Y Katherine Ella McSweeney A.B., Vermont '22: A.M., Columbia '24s M.D., Vermont '30 Lecturer in Hygiene: Instructor in Clinical Medicine Harold Edward Medivetsky B.S., Vermont '29g M.D., '32 Instructor in Clinical Medicine Daniel John Moriarty, Lieutenant, Medical Corps, U. S. A. M.D., Vermont '37 Instructor in Clinical Medicine Nelson Newmark B.S., New York University '27: M.D., Yale '31 Instructor in Clinical Pediatrics Alfred Smith O'Conner A.B., Holy Cross 'l4g M.D., Tufts '18 Orlo Charles Paciulli, Captain, Medi- cal Corps, U. S. A. B.S., University of Buffalo '18: M,D., '24 Instructor in Clinical Medicine Olney Draper Phelps A.B., Dartmouth '04: M.D., '07 Instructor in Clinical Urology tktlean Barnett Piatt B.S., Butler '32: A.M., Haverford '33: Ph.D., Yale '37 Instructor in Anatomy Elmer Waters Pike M.D., Vermont '19 Instructor in Clinical Medicine Norman Anthony Pokorny A.B., Marquette '25: M.D., Johns Hop- kins '29 Instructor in Clinical Pediatrics COACH GARDNER Charles Arthur Ravey M.D., Vermont '18 Instructor in Clinical Medicine 4fLaurence Lamson Robbins B.S., Vermont '35: M.D., '37 Instructor in Pathology Watson Frank Rogers B.S., Vermont '29: M.D., '33 Instructor in Clinical Medicine t"Jesse Albert Rust, Jr. M.D., Vermont '36 Instructor in Clinical Obstetrics Nicholas Salvatore Scarcello M.D., Tufts '30 Instructor in Clinical Urology Frank Alphonse Slesinski B.S., Massachusetts State '38: M.S-, '40 Instructor in Physiological Chemistry Clarence Jess Speas D.D.S., Marquette '35 Instructor in Oral Hygiene and Dental Medicine Stanley Steven Stusick M.D., Tufts '24 Instructor in Clinical Obstetrics Christopher Marlowe Terrien M.D., Vermont '36 Instructor in Clinical Medicine Joseph George Thabault M.D., Vermont '30 Instructor in Surgery Frederick Charles Thorne Pk A.B., Columbia '3O: A.M., '31: Ph.D '34-5 M.D., Cornell '38 Instructor in Psychiatry George Chandler Tully , B.S., Dartmouth '27: M.D., Vermont '31 Instructor in Clinical Urology COACH POST COACH WIETZ 65 UFVEBMIJNT 2 l , l u .T..s Li 'v- . ,ii Q -xl , fululllln l 9 it l W Q 'dgvn-!4QLsxx3"1 M. 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L yrnan Gallup SENIOR PROM: CLASS OUTING: Kathleen LeBaron Norman Strassburg Henri Pache Martha Crane Robert Snider George Dunn Elizabeth Gurney CLASS WALK: Donald Maley Margaret Crowley Ransom Slack William Wright Rae Sheehan Dawn Nichols fax Dorothea Smith Richard Healy Dorothy Emerson Donald Gearing Margaret Drum CLASS DAY: Robert Kenney Jean Evans Laura Hawley Arnold Becker Jane Allen John Royer Francis Nye UNIVERSITY OFFICERS MARY LETTA ROOT E R Y COM CLASS BANNER: James Diforio Agnes Conley Joseph Massucco PIPE: Roger Ramsdell Frank Taylor William Pye Richard Lynch IVY: Maywood Metcalf Barbara Butler Jessie Swann Mary Letta Root IIFVERMIINT LYMAN GALLUP TREASURER MITTEES MUSIC: Louis Pichierri Wayne Barrows Elizabeth Cole Thomas Malone Paul Poulin PROGRAM AND PRINTING Edgar Roby Frank Utley Jacob Kaplan Maynard Lawrence CLASS MARSHAL: John Cronin Abell, Althea Lucille Burlington, Vt. Secretarial: Cynic, Reporter 2, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. 1, 3. Allen, Jane, IIBKD Burlington, Vt. Commercial Teaching: Stall and Sandal, secretary 3: Sophomore Aides 2: W. A. A.: W. A. A. Council, correspondence secretary 3: Health Council, secretary 2: ARIEL, biographical editor: Stu- dent Union, judiciary: Faculty- Student Council: D r a m a t i c Club: Y. W. C. A.: Junior Week 3: Vice-President of Class 1: Dean's List 3: Lilac Day 2, 3. Aseltine, Jean Marjorie, Ind. St. Albans, Vt. Secondary Education: Y. W. C. A.: Outing Club. Bailey, Ethel Clara Craftsbury, Vt. Commercial Teaching: W. A. A. 2, 3: House President 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: John Dewey Club 2. Bailey, George Howard, ANI! Rochester, Vt. Agriculture: Alpha Zeta, treas- urer 4: Track, varsity manager: Cross-Country, Frosh manager: Athletic Council: Aggie Club, vice-president 3, Treasurer 4: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: Hood Scholarship 2, 3, 4: Honor Scholarship 1. ABELL BAILEY, P. A. ALLEN BAKER ASELTINE BARBER BAILEY, E. C, BARNEY BAILEY. G. H. EARROWS 70 Bailey, Pauline Adena Essex Junction, Vt. Social Science: Press Club: Inde- pendents. Baker, Martha Lillian, EI' Milton, Vt. Classical: Goodrich Classical Club 1, 2, 3, 4: House President 3: House Fellow 4: Y. W. C. A. 3.4: John Dewey Club 2, 3, 4: Dean's List 1, 2. Barber, Muriel Francis Wilmington, Vt. Elementary Education: Y. W. C. A. 3: I. R. C. 3: Castleton Normal School l, 2. Barney, Bernard Bennington, Vt. Medicine: Track 1, 2: l. R. C.: John Dewey Club: Dean's List 1, 2. Barrows, Wayne Russell, AQ Burlington, Vt. Music Education: University Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: R. O. T. C. Band 1, 2, 3: ARIEL, feature editor: Operas l, 2, 3. UNIVERSITY Bayley, Eloise Parker, AXO Burlington, Vt. Home Economics: W. A. A. Council-at-Large 4: Hockey l, 2: Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: Bad- minton 2, 3: Volleyball 2: Ten- nis l, 2: Home Economics. Beattie, Margaret Mary St. Johnsbury, Vt. Classical: Goodrich Classical 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 4: Cam- pus Manager Golf 3. golf team 2: Le Cercle Francais 3: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: Howard Freshman Prize 1: Kirby Flower Smith Latin Prize 2. Beauchemin. Henry J., K2 Pittsfield, Mass. Civil Engineering: Boulder: Key and Serpent: Gold Key: Basket- ball l, 2, 3. 4: Football 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Civil Engi- neers: Newman Club: Junior Week: Fraternity Drill Squad. Becker, Arnold Herman Burlington, Vt. Medicine: Phi Sigma Delta: Gold Key: Key and Serpent: Tau Kappa Alpha: Track 1, 2. 3, 4: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: De- bating Team l, 2, 3: Delegate National Tau Kappa Alpha Con- vention: Faculty-Student Coun- cil: Cynic, news editor: Inter- fraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3: Bailey Cup Debate l, 2: Kings- ley Speaking Prize l. Begun, Leah S., AQIJE New York, N. Y. Social Science: Press Club 3: John Dewey Club 3. BAYLEY BEVINS BEATTIE BERGMAN BEAUCHEMIN BICOULIS BECKER BLODGETT BEGUN BLOONI Bevins, Hiram Orlando Milton, Vt. Music Education: Chapel Or- chestra: University Choir: R. O. T. C. Band: University Or- chestra: Corporal: Operas. Bergman, Sylvia Kakler Burlington, Vt. Elementary Education: Dance Group 2. Bicoulis, George John, ATQ Fitchburg, Mass. General Science: Interfraternity Athletics l, 2, 3, 4: Pre-medical Society. Blodgett, Barbara Katherine, 21' Montgomery Center, Vt. Elementary Education: P r e s s Club: Y. W. C. A.: I. R. C. Bloom, Jack, TEID Hartford, Conn. General Science: Gold Key: In- terfraternity Athletics: Intra- mural Athletics: Interfraternity Council: Kake Walk Masquerade 4: Junior Week 3: Dean's List l: FraternityDrill Squad: Freshman Drill Squad. lf? 71 ! UF VERMIINT .. Bodette, Mary Catherine Vergennes, Vt. Medicine. Brigham, Sarah Ann Burlington, Vt. Musical Education: University Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Chapel Or- chestra 1, 2, 3: Newman Club 1, 2, 3. Brooks, Jean Carol, AEA So. Burlington, Vt. Social Science: W. A. A. Coun- cil: Riding. Cynic, news editor 3: Bluestockings: Y. W. C. A.: John Dewey Club. Broutsas, George Michael Brattleboro, Vt. Agriculture: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Baseball 1, 3: Aggie Club: Independents, vice- president: Future Farmers of America 3. Brown, Ellen Sydney, AEA Springfield, Mass. Home Economics: Archery 2: Modern Dance 1: Cynic 1: Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4: Photography Club 2, 3: Le Cer- cle Francais 1, 2, 3, 4: John Dewey Club: Dean's List: Dramatic Club 3: Y. W. C. A. 2, 3: Dartmouth Peace Confer- ence 1: W. A. A. 3. fstx BODETTE BURRINGTON BRIGHAM BURROUGHS BROOKS BUTLER BROUTSAS CABANZO BROWN CALDWELL Burrington, Olive May St. Johnsbury, Vt. Social Science: W. A. A. 3: Cynic Reporter 2, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. 2, 3: Photography Club 2: Le Cercle Francais 2: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: House Committee 2. Burroughs, Alfred William Brattleboro, Vt. Business: R. O. T. C. Band: 1. R. C.: John Dewey Club: Dean's List 1, 3. Butler, Barbara Lennox, AAA Rutland, Vt. General Science: Sophomore Aides 2: W. A. A. 1, 2: Health Council 2: Hockey 1, 2: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: John Dewey Club 3, 4: Junior Week Peerade 3: Sophomore Hop, decorations 2: Class Vice-president 2: Dean's List 1, 3, 4: Lilac Day 1, 2. Cabanzo, Jose Nemisio AI Barre, Vt. Medicine: lnterfraternity Ath- letics 1, 2.3. Caldwell, Allan James, AXP Burlington, Vt. Business: Phi Beta Kappa 4: Pi Gamma Mu 3: Tau Kappa Alpha 3: Baseball 1, 3: Cross- country 2: Interfraternity Ath- letics 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Ath- letics 1, 2: Men's Debating Team 2, 3, 4: 1. R. C. 2: John Dewey Club 4: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: Howard Prize 1. if 72 UNIVERSITY Carlson, Harold Gunnar ANI! Brattleboro, Vt. Electrical Engineering: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Track 1: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4: Corporal 2. Carr, Helen Frances, EI' Burlington, Vt. Elementary Education: W. A. A.: Y. W. C. A.: Outing Club: Kake Walk Usher. Carver, Hester Nettie, EI' Weston, Vt. Home Economics: Omicron Nu 4: W. A. A. Council 4, treas- urer: W. A. A. Council-at-Large 2, 3: W. A. A. Health Council 2, 4: Basketball 2: Y. W. C. A. l, 2, 3, 4: Home Economics 1. 2, 3, 4: I. R. C. 2, 3: Dean's List l, 2. Carver, Lorraine, AEA Burlington, Vt. Elementary Education. Chatiield, E. Luther Burlington, Vt. Agriculture. CARLSON CHESNEY CARR COBURN CARVER, H. N. COHEN. G. A. CARVER, L. COHEN. M. S. CHATFIELD COLE Chesney, Herbert Adolphus, EN Island Pond, Vt. Electrical Engineering: Cross- country 1: Intramural Athletics 2, 3: Men's Glee Club 4: C. A. A. 3: Outing Club Coun- cil 4: Independents 1: Outing Club 2, 4: Dean's List 1: Ser- geant 2: Advanced Military 3, 4. Coburn, Harry Bunal. AXP East Montpelier, Vt, Electrical Engineering: Cham- plain Sabres 4: lnterfraternity Athletics: Intramural Athletics: Hockey: Baseball, scrub manager 2: Electrical Engineers: Junior Week 4: Military Ball 4: Dean's List 1, 2: Sergeant 3: Fraternity Drill Squad 1, 2: Advanced Military 3, 4. Cohen, Gerald Arnold, TECIJ New Britain, Conn. Pre-medical. Cohen, Mildred Sara, AIIJE Haverhill, Mass. Social S c i e n c ei Pan-Hellenic Council: I. R. C.: John Dewey Club. Cole, Alice Elizabeth, AXQ Barre, Vt. Music Education: Campus C0- manager Modern Dance 3: Mod- ern Dance 1, 2, 3: Women's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: University Choir 3, 4: University Orchestra 1: Y. W. C. A. l, 2, 3: Kake Walk, usher 2, 3: Junior Week Co-chairman: Sophomore Hop, ushering: Military Ball, commit- tee: Lilac Day 2: Operas l, 2, 3: President Women's Glee Club 4: House Committee 2. Aff? 73 42 IIFVERMIINT ""L:.Q.,..... Colehamer, Warren Merritt Newark, N. J. Business: Champlain Sabres: Rifle Team Captain: Freshman Handbook Editor: V. C. A.: I. R. C.: Military Ball, publicity chairman: Sons of American Revolution Medal: Advanced Military. Collins, David Vernon, K2 Burlington, Vt. Chemistry: Ski Team 2, 3, cap- tain 4: Interfraternity Athletics 3, 4: I. R. C. 4: Outing Club Council 3, 4: Chemistry Club 2, secretary-treasurer 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4: Corporal 1: Sergeant 2: S. A. R. Medal 1. Conley, Agnes Moore, IIBIIP Brockton. Mass. Social Science: Golf 2: Women's Glee Club: Y. W. C. A.: Dra- matic Club: Newman Club: I. R. C.: Outing Club. Conner, Ruth Marion Barton, Vt. Elementary Education: W. A. A. Council-at-Large: Cynic, news editor: House President 4: Women's Glee Club 3: Press Club 2, 3: Dramatic Club 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3: I. R. C. 3: Outing Club 2, 3: Dean's List 2: Group Plays 3. Cooley, Idora, AEA Randolph Center, Vt. Elementary Education: Cynic Reporter 2, news editor 3: Women's Glee Club 3: Press Club 2: Y. W. C. A. 3: Le Cer- cle Francais 3: Dean's List 1. I COLEHAMER COPP COLLINS CORBETT CONLEY CORLEY CONNER CRANE cool.EY CREAMER 74 Copp, Robert Davis So. Burlington, Vt. Agriculture: Champlain Sabres 3, 4: Track 2: Cross-country 2: Interfraternity Athletics l, 2, 3. 4: Intramural Athletics l, 2, 3. 4: R. O. T. C. Band 1, 2: Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Independents 1, 2, 3, 4: Military Ball 4, pro- gram and tickets: Dean's List 2: Champlain Sabres: Advanced Military 3, 4: Freshman Drill Squad 1. Corbett, James Francis, KE North Tonawanda, N. Y. Mechanical Engineering: Foot- ball l, 2. 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4: Interfraternity Athletics: Intramural Athletics: Faculty- Student Council: Mechanical Engineers: Newman Club: Dean's List: Corporal: Frater- nity Drill Squad: Key and Ser- pent 3. Corley, Paul Edward, K2 Burlington, Vt. Business: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, captain 4: Interfraternity Ath- letics l, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Ath- letics l, 2, 3: Athletic Council 4: Men's Glee Club: I. R. C. 1. 2, 3: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Week 3, chairman decora- tions: Sophomore Hop 2, chap- erones: Military Ball, co-ed m aj o r committee: Fraternity Drill Squad 2: Freshman Drill Squad 1. Crane, Martha Hope, Ind. Burlington, Vt. Commercial Teaching: W. A. A.: Women's Glee Club 1, 2, 3: University Choir l: Y. W. C. A. 3. Creamer, Mildred Virginia. AAA Ridley Park, Pa. Home Economics: W. A. A. 2: Archery 2, 3: House President 4: Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. 2: Home Eco- nomics Club l, 2, 3, 4, secre- tary 3: Outing Club 2: Junior Week, co-chairman of Prom: Lilac Day. UNIVERSITY Creed, Edward Merrill Rutland, Vt. Mechanical Engineering: New- man Club 2, 3: Mechanical Engineers 2, 3: Independents 1, 2, 3: Corporal 2. Crepkowski, Josephine Dorothy Springfield, Vt. Elementary Education: W. A. A.: Hockey 1, 2: Basket- ball 1, 2: Archery 1, 2: Chapel Orchestra 1, 2: University Or- chestra 1, 2: Dramatic Club 2: Newman Club 3. Crimmin, Thomas Frank, K2 Windsor, Vt. Business: Pi Gamma Mu: I. R. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 4: John Dewey Club 3, 4: Newman Club 2, 3, 4: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. Cronin, John Francis, QAGJ Bennington, Vt. Mechanical Engineering: Inter- fraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4: Interfraternity Council 2, 3, 4: Mechanical Engineers 1, 2, 3, 4: Kake Walk Awards 4. Crossley, Harold Hedley KE Gardner, Mass. Electrical Engineering: Gold Key 2: Key and Serpent 3: Football 1, 2: Basketball 1: Baseball 1, Z: Interfraternity Athletics: In- tramural Athletics: Football, honorary captain 1: Baseball, honorary captain l. CREED CROWLEY CREPKOWSKI CUSHMAN CRINIMIN DANlELS T 31 L - H 'A si iw'X 4 v Q l, 1 1 ,,-za,wt:i'f,,2:i?-Q. X152-' ' ' A ' : , :i iwafi La: ji 'Q ,, zjlf g zfdtf., , , : CRONIN DAVIS, R. P. CROSSLEY DAVIS, R. W. 75 IJFVERMIINT Crowley, Margaret Powers, HB6 Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. Social Science: Mortar Board, vice-president: Staff and Sandal: Sophomore Aides, president: Health Council 1 : Golf Team 2: ARIEL, women's editor 3: Stu- dent Union, vice-president 3, chief justice 4: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: I. R. C, 2, 3.4: John Dewey Club 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 2, 3, 4: Kake Walk, decorations 3, usher 2, 3: Junior Week, decora- tions 3: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: Lilac Day Committee 2, 3: Co-ed Major Candidate 4. Cushman, Harold Robert Vergennes, Vt. ' Agriculture: Track 1: Cross- country 1: Rifle Team 1, 2, 3: Alpha Zeta 2, 3: Aggie Club 1, 2, 3: Independents 2, 3: Future Farmers of America 2, 3: Dean's List 1, 2: Corporal: Expert Rifleman, N. R. A.: Hood Schol- arship. Daniels, William Allen, KIJAO Bridgeport, Conn. Business: Ski Team 2, 3: Inter- fraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4: Outing Club: Corporal: Frater- nity Drill Squad 1, 2: Advanced Military 3, 4. Davis, Robert Percy, AWP Morrisville, Vt. Agriculture: Track 1, 2, 3: Cross-country 1, 2: Rifle Team 1: Interfraternity Athletics l, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Athletics 1, 2: Faculty Student Council 3: R. O. T. C. Band 1, 2: Outing Club Council 3, 4, vice-president 4: Outing Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Kake Walking 2, 3, 4: Junior Week, decoration committee 3. Davis, Ruth Wright South Hero, Vt. Home Economics: Le Cercle Francais 3: Photography Club 3: Home Economics Club 2, 3: Y. W. C, A. 1, 2, 3: W. A. A. 1, 2. Dellafera, Francis Milton Manchester, Conn. Pre-medical. Diforio, James Patrick, ATU Mamaroneck, N. Y. Pre-medical: Pre-medical Society 3: Newman Club 1, 2, 3. Doheny, John Thomas, K2 Richmond, Vt. Social Science: R. O. T. C. Band: I. R. C.: Newman Club: Kake Walk, award committee 2, 3. Domenichini, Carlo Peter Readsboro, Vt. Electrical Engineering: C. A. A.: Electrical Engineers: Chairman of A. I. E. E. 4: Kake Walk Lighting Committee 3: Cor- poral: Newman Club: Dean's List 2. Doton, Elizabeth, AXQ Woodstock, Vt. Medicine: Press Club: Pre- Medical Society: Dean's List 2: Hockey 2, 3: W. A. A.: Green Mountain Junior College 1. DELLAFERA DIFORIO DOHENY DOMENICHINI DOTON DOUD DOUGLAS DRUM DUBA . ' i"""""1..,:. i :i-'lifzzx , lfiilzziii-..':-.v 1::Qw.'-Iii' iff .igfsllni 35 g 5 .t.,.wy'.-iff' ff ': .. . :glzgi-:2f.f,: s'.lf-,,w,'i RWE? gk'-11 fzgz-Vp, g i.w,.sg?3ffzi 7 5 eg -, Efwzlzfgzi 4. ,.f1'f:'4,3z:,g:wf,ii , .'.g,.:..z.g ,, .. g.Z:?.E',2lz3W V til Wgi3'i'i?g'i'llEl ills? ,laying 3' , 152 5, ntl..-lg:gg,ig.g,': M... ,W .., , .. f.. mf.: ...., -4-' .W -.fw:.':,mfs.s HK,s.,a-1,s',- - l,,fe,,, err., .ut fe .x . li R . .. wifi. W: f. :1,i:. r,.5.k, l-i.f..'1f-liiw--.7 W? iwfazw 1, aziwiiggv iw7"t'V?S"l1'lf WH- XY f sIJfU'fi7'?'.i51QQii5 . 3 .ggi,.g,f:.5rer:Je5:.r1. . i 1 -, , " - fzfzaferf' f .cz---waeaaa 4 . D ' Elise 53451ff'2i.f's,i-Nfffa : A f mn-i,,,.,.+,,-wo.-,',lllyg :".1:w - A H f-fmiffm--a.z-5 .zlwsiwl f DUBOFF Doud, Elizabeth Catherine New Haven, Vt. Home Economics: Bowling: A r c h e r y : Home Economics Club: Vice-president - Active Independents. Douglas, Laura Ann, EF Shoreham, Vt. Home Economics: W. A. A. 2, 3, 4: House President 4: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Eco- nomics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: I. R. C. Z, 3: Outing Club l, 3: Dean's List 2. Drum, Margaret Leonard Mendham, N. J. Literary-Scientific: Le Ccrcle Francais l: I. R. C. 2, co-secre- tary 3: WIIUUOWIDHQS from the Mill 2: Poetry Editor 3: Cynic Reporter 2, news editor 3: Blue- stockings 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. 2. Duba, Madge Eleanor, AXQ Burlington, Vt. Home Economics: Home Eco- nomics Club, vice-president 3. DuBoff. Mortimer West Hartford, Conn. General Science: Baseball: In- tramural Athletics: John Dewey Club: Corporal: Freshman Drill Squad. UNIVERSITY Ducas, Angeline, AXQ Waterbury, Vt. Literary-Scientific: Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, vice-president 2: Winnowings from the Mill 3: Short Story Editor: Cynic 2, 3, reporter 2, news editor 3: Press Club l, 2, 3: Social Chairman 3: Bluestockings 2, 3, vice-presi- dent 3: Dramatic Club l, 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3: House Committee 2, 3: archery Team 2. Dunn, George Bernard Craftsbury Common, Vt. Electrical Engineering: Gold Key: Interfraternity Athletics: Intramural Athletics: Electrical Engineers: Independents: Kake Kalk Committee, lighting 3: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: Corporal. Durfee, Harold Allen, K2 No. Bennington, Vt. Social Science: Tau Kappa Alpha 3, 4, president 4: Baseball, as- sistant manager 3, Freshman manager 4: Men's Debating Team 1, 2, 3, 4, manager 4: In- ternational Relations Club 3, 4: John Dewey Club 2, 3, 4, presi- dent 3, 4: Corporal: Fraternity Drill Squad 2. Dwinell, Stanley Franklin Manchester, Conn. M ed icine. Easton, Glenn Downing Shoreham, Vt. Mechanical Engineering: Me- chanical Engineers 3: Dean's List 1, Z. DUCAS EATON DUNN EMERSON DURFEE ESHERICK DWINELL ESTEY EASTON EVANS, B. E. 77 IIFVEHMIJNT Eaton, Edward Oscar, SAE Waitsfield, Vt. Agriculture: Track 3: Cross- country 2: Interfraternity Ath- letics 2, 3: Intramural Athletics 2, 3: House President 4: R. O. T. C. Band 1, 2, 3: Aggie Club 3, 4: I. R. C. l, 2: Future Farmers of America 4: Staff Ser- geant: Freshman Drill Squad. Emerson, Dorothy Frances, KAGJ Northfield, Vt. Home Economics: Mortor Board 4: Staff and Sandal 3: Sopho- more Aides 2: Omicron Nu 4: Student Union l, 2, 3, 4: House President 3, 4: Faculty-Student Council 3: Y. W. C. A. 1,2, 3: Home Economics Club l, 2, 3, 4: I. R. C. l, 2, 3: Dean's List l, 2: Lilac Day 3. Esherick, Margaret, KAGJ Philadelphia, Pa. Elementary Education: W. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4: Hockey 1: Badmin- ton 4: Bowling 2: Y. W. C. A. l, 2, 3, 4: Ira's Folly 3: Dean's List 3: Swimming Club 1: ARIEL 3. Estey, Kenneth Jay Hinesburg, Vt. Agriculture: Alpha Zeta, scribe 3, chancellor 4: Aggie Club: Dean's List 1, 2, 3:,Corporal. Evans, Barbara E., IIBfIJ Essex Junction, Vt. Commercial Teaching: Bowling 2: Women's Glee Club 1: Y. W. C. A. 2, 3: Beauty Con- test l: Co-ed Major Candidate 1. Evans, Jean Malot, EQ Burlington, Vt. Social Science: Boulder: Phi Beta Kappa: Pi Gamma Mu: Track 1: Interfraternity Ath- letics 1, 3, 4: Intramural Ath- letics 1, 3, 4: I. R. C. 1. 3, 4. treasurer 4: Le Cercle Francais 1, 3, 4, president 3: John Dewey Club 4: Cheerleader 1, 3, 4, head 4: Junior Week, decorating committee 3: Dean's List 1, 3, 4: Fraternity Drill Squad: French Play l, 3, 4: Who's Who in American Col- leges 1940-41: Howard Fresh- man Prize l: Alliance Francaise First Prize 1: German Literary Prize 3. Evans, Ralph Frederick Groton, Vt. Agriculture: Alpha Zeta: Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3: Aggie Club 1, 2, 3: Dean's List 2: Corporal 2. Falby, Nita Thelma Windsor, Vt. Elementary Education: Women's Glee Club: University Choir. Finney, Jean Eloise, AAA Malone, N. Y. Secondary Education: Campus Modern Dance Manager: Bad- minton l, 2, 3: Modern Dance 3, 4: Outing Club 1, 2: Lilac Day. Firestone, Sumner Samuel, TEKIP Dorchester, Mass. General Science: Cross-country 1: Rifle Team 1, 2: Interfra- ternity Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4: In- tramural Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4: Cynic, reporter 1, 2: Pre-medical Society 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Kake Walk, seating committee 3: Corporal 1: Sergeant 2: Frater- nity Drill Squad l, 2, 3: Ad- vanced Military 3, 4: Freshman Drill Squad l: Assistant Man- ager Intramural Athletics 1: Manager Intramural Athletics 2. Jntx EVANS' J, M, FITZSIMONDS EVANS, R. F. FORD FALBY FULLER FINNEY GAGE FIRESTONE GALLUP Fitzsimonds, Mary Arlene Jericho, Vt. Home Economics: Archery 1, 2: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, 4: Inde- pendents: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Ford, Frederic Earl, ATO Charlotte, Vt. Chemistry 5 Purdue University 1: Interfraternity Athletics 3, 4: C. A. A. 4: Photography Club 4: John Dewey Club 3, 4: Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4: Outing Club 4: Corporal 2: Guidon Bearer 2: American Chemists Society. Fuller, Evelyn M., 21' Chester, Vt. Home Economics: Phi Beta Kappa 4: Omicron Nu 3, 4: Cgnic, reporter 2, news editor 2. 3, managing editor 3, 4: House President 4: Home Eco- nomics Club l, 2, 3, 4: I. R. C. 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4: Dean's List l, 2, 3, 4. Gage, Walter Atwood, EN Burlington, Vt. Agriculture: Assistant Manager Basketball 3: Track 2. Gallup, Lyman Whitcomb, AVI' Saylesville, R. I. - Business: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross-country 1, 2, 3, captain 1: Hexathlon 1, 2, 3, 4: In- terfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3. 4: ARIEL, sports editor: Outing Club 1, 2: Kake Walk Commit- tee: Junior Week Committee: Class Treasurer 4: Corporal 2: Cozen's Athletic Ability Award. gb 78 uulvenslrv Gearing, Donald F., SAE Bristol, Conn. Pre-medical: Interfraternity Ath- letics: Intramural Athletics: In- terfraternity Handbook: House President: Interfraternity Coun- cil: C. A. A.: Pre-medical So- ciety: Kake Walk l, Z: Kake Walk Master-of-Ceremonies 4. Gifford, Edson Emery, Jr., ATO East Bethel, Vt. Agriculture: Champlain Sabres 4: Cross-country l, 2: Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dean's List 3: Military Ball 4: Sergeant 2: Ad- vanced Military 3, 4. Gilmore, Howard Oliver Tinmouth, Vt. Agriculture: Aggie Club 3, 4: Sergeant 2. Goodman, Israel, TEIIJ New London, Conn. Social Science: Interfraternity Athletics: R. O. T. C. Band: Corporal: Sergeant: Freshman Drill Squad: Technical Sergeant: Band. Gray, Shirley Leighton, IIBCIJ Montclair, N. J. Social Science: Mortar Board: Staff and Sandal: Sophomore Aides: University Players 2, 3: Dramatic Club l, 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. 2, 3: Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil: Faculty-Student Council: Le Cercle Francais: John Dewey Club: Council-at-Large: Modern Dance: Lilac Day: Fall Play: Dean's List l, 2. 3: I. R. C.: Kake Walk Masquerade: Cynic 2: French Club 2, 3: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3: Outing Club l, 2: Campus Manager of Dancing 3. GEARING GREAVES GIFFORD GREENE. J- 5 GILMORE GREENE, L. H. GOODMAN GRIFFEL GRAY GUILBERT Greaves, Madeline R., AXQ Morrisville, Vt. Home Economics: Omicron Nu: W, A. A.: Health Council? Bowling: Press Club: Dramatic Club: Y. W. C. A.: Home Eco- nomics Club: Le Cercle Fran- cais: Dean's List. Greene, John Smalley Burlington, Vt. Civil Engineering: Civil Engi- neers 2, 3: Corporal 1, Sergeant 2: Advanced Military 3. Greene, L. Hamlin, ATQ North Conway, N. H. General Science. Grilfel, Clara Ray, AGE New York City, N. Y. Social Science: Y. W. C. A.: House Committee. Guilbert, Edward August, BAE Waterbury. Conn. Social Science: C h a m plain Sabres.: Football 1: Interfrater- nity Athletics: Intramural Ath- letics: C. A. A.: Faculty-Student Council: Interfraternity Council: Newman Club: I. R. C.: John Dewey Club: Kake Walk: Mili- tary Ball, chairman 4: Drill- down Winner 1 : Advanced Mili- tary: Junior Week Play 3: Ser- geant 2: Dean's List 2, 3: V. C. A. 3, 4: Photography Club 3: Director of Interfra- ternity Sing 3: Fraternity Drill Squad: Kake Walk Chairman Masquerade 4: Senior Week Chairman 4: Kappa Phi Kappa. 475 u f v E n M u N I 79 42 Gurney, Elizabeth Louise, IIBCIP Burlington, Vt. Home E c o n o m ics: Mortar Board: Stall' and Sandal: Sopho- more Aides: W. A. A. President: W. A. A. Council: Basketball: ARIEL, women's sports editor: Dramatic Club: Y. W. C. A.: Junior Week Committee: Class Vice-president: Lilac Day. Haines, Raymond Carleton Barre. Vt. Medicine: Vermont Junior Col- lege l, 2: Men's Glee Club 3: University Choir 3. Hammond, Mary Jane, KAO New York, N. Y. Literary-Scientific: Sophomore Aides 2: W. A. A. Council 2: Health Council 2: Basketball l. 2: Riding 2: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Beauty Contest 4: Co-ed Major Candidate 4. Hawley, Laura Ruth, KAG New Rochelle, N. Y. Home E c o n o m ic sp Mortar Board: Staff and Sandal: Sopho- more Aides: W. A. A. Council: Hockey: Basketball: Home Eco- nomics Club: Outing Club I, 2, 3: ARIEL: Student Union: Dramatic Club: Y. W. C. A.. secretary 3: Junior Week: Dean's List: Council 1, 2, 3: Lilac Day. Healy, Richard Gerald, KE Lynbrook, N. Y. Business: Boulder: Key and Ser- pent: Gold Key: Baseball 2, 3. 4: Cross-country: Basketball: Interfraternity A t h l e t i c s : I. R. C.: Newman Club, presi- dent 2: Kake Walk, chairman of King and Queen committee: Fra- ternity Drill Squad. J GURNEY HEYWARD HAINES HH-L HAMMOND HOPKINS HAWLEY HOSI-EY HEALY HOWARD I-Ieyward, Ora Gladys, EI' East Ryegate, Vt. Elementary Education: Y. W. C. A.: Dean's List 2. Hill, Bernard William, EN Bennington, Vt. Mechanical Engineering: Inter- fraternity Athletics l, 2, 3: Me- chanical Engineers: Newman Club: Sergeant 2. Hopkins, Ruth Etta Lyndon Center, Vt. Social Science: B o w l i n g 4: Cynic, exchange editor 3: Chapel Orchestra l: University Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: House President 4: Women's Glee Club 1, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A.: Independents 4: Le Cercle Francais. Hosley, Mary Elizabeth, AXQ Manchester. Vt. Elementary Education: W. A. A. l, 2, 3: Cynic, reporter 2: Y. W. C. A. l, 2, 3: John Dewey Club 3: Dean's List 1, 2. Howard, Ethan Victor, Jr. Burlington, Vt. General Science: Intramural Ath- letics 2: R. O. T. C. Band 1: Independents l, 2, 3: Outing Club l, 2, 3, 4: Sergeant l, 2: Freshman Drill Squad l. Xp- . ii? 80 -- UNIVERSITY Hunt, Lyman Curtis, Jr., K2 Burlington, Vt. General Science: Assistant Man- ager of Track 3. Huntley, Taze Rutherford, EN Morrisville, Vt. Social Science: C h a m p 1 a i n Sabres: Tau Kappa Alpha: I. R. C.: Men's Debating Team: Military Ball: Corporal: Ad- vanced Military: Dean's List. Isham, Elizabeth Charity, EF Burlington, Vt. Home Economics: Omicron Nu 3. 4, secretary: Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 4, president: Press Club 2: Y. W. C. A. 3, 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dean's List 1, 2, 3. Jacob, Anton, Jr., EN Bridgeport, Conn. Pre-medical: Track 2. Jacobs, Howard Enosburg Falls, Vt. Medicine: Newman Club 3. HUNT JOHNSON i HUNTLEY JONES. F. A. ISHAM JONES, N. R. l JACOB KAPLAN JACOBS KEHOE Johnson, Kenneth William Winchester. N. H. Business: Pi Gamma Mu: Fresh- man Handbook Editor 3: Fresh- man Director 4: V. C. A. Presi- dent 3, 4: I. R. C.: Inde- pendents: John Dewey Club: Dean's List 1, 3: Corporal. Jones, Fleda Angie Morrisville. Vt. Social Science: Cynic, picture editor 4: House President 3: House Fellow 4: l. R. C. 3: John Dewey Club 2, 3, 4: Lilac Day 2. Jones, Nancy Rodgers, KAG Belmont, Mass. Home Economics: W. A. A.: Hockey 2, 3: Badminton 2: Bowling 2: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club Council 2, 3: Dean's List 1, 2. Kaplan, Jacob, CIJEA Burlington, Vt. Social Science: Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4: Track 1, Z, 3, 4: Cross- country l, 3:Intramural Ath- letics 1, 2, 3, 4: Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4: Men's De- bating Team 1: I. R. C. 1, 2: John Dewey Club 3: Dean's List 1, 2: Bailey Cup Debate 1. Kehoe, Hester, HBCIJ Rutherford, N. J. Secretarial: Mortar Board: Golf 1, 2: Student Union 2, 3: House President 3: Class Vice- president 1: Dean's List 1. 81 2 nfvsnmour Kenney, Robert Pardon, ANI' Cranston, R. I. Social Science: Boulder: Track l, 2, 3. captain 4: Interfrater- nity Athletics 1. 2, 3, 4: Intra- mural Athletics 1, 2: Cynic l, 2, 3, business manager 4: ARIEL, men's editor: Interfra- ternity Council 2, 3, president 4: I. R. C. 3, 4: Ira's Folly 2: Kake Walk 3, director 4: Junior Week, chairman of peerade com- mittee. Kennedy, Francis Alan ' St. Albans, Vt. Medicine: Interfraternity Ath- letics 1, 2, 3: Independents, vice-president 2, 3: Newman Club. Kidd, Allan G. Northfield, Vt. Social Science: R. O. T. C. Band 1, 2: I. R. C. 1, 2, 3. Kieslich, Harriet Lina, AXQ Burlington, Vt. Secretarial: Pi Gamma Mu: Uni- versity Orchestra 2: Bluestock- ing Club 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. 1. 2: I. R. C. 3: John Dewey Club 2, 3, 4: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Dean's List l, 2, 3. King, Thelma Island Pond, Vt. Elementary Education: W. A. A. Council - at - Large: Badminton Club: I. R. C.: Le Cercle Fran- cais: Y. W. C. A. 'CSE KENNEY KISH KENNEDY KOBLE KIDD LAPSIS KIESLICH I-ARAMIE KING LATHROP Kish. Olga Pittsford, Vt. Commercial T e a c h in g : Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4: Basketball 2: House Fellow 3: I. R. C. 2, 3, 4: John Dewey Club 2, 3, 4: Dean's List l, 2, 3: House Com- mittee 3, 4: Honor Scholarship. Koble, Harriet Beatrice, ACIPE Mineville, N. Y. Commercial Teaching: Cynic, staff secretary: Y. W. C. A.: I. R. C.: John Dewey Club. Lapsis, Alexander John, Jr. New Britain, Conn. Pre-medical. Laramie, Raymond Francis, KE Fair Haven, Vt. Business: Basketball 3: Inter- fraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Athletics l, 2: I. R. C. 2: Newman Club: Dean's List 2: Kingsley Prize Speaking 1. Lathrop, Nona Agnes Bristol, Vt. Secretarial: I. R. C. 3: Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. X 82 I .f's" UNIVERSITY Lawrence, Maynard John, EN Akron, N. Y. Electrical Engineering: Football 1, 2, 3: Baseball l, 2, 3: Intra- mural Athletics l, 2, 3: Wres- tling Championship l. LeBaron, Kathleen Ruth, KAGJ Waterbury, Vt. Home Economics: Staff and San- dal: Sophomore Aides: Omicron Nu: Tau Kappa Alpha: W. A. A. Council: House Presi- dent: Pan-Hellenic Council: Freshman Handbook: Women's Debating Team: Y. W. C. A.: Home Economics: Kake Walk, masquerade committee: Junior Week, decorating committee: Vice-president Junior Class: Dean's List: Lilac Day: Group Plays. Levin, Meyer J. Burlington, Vt. Social Science: Tennis, assistant manager 3, freshman manager 4: Intramural Athletics l, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling Champion 3: Cynic, radio editor 4: Men's Debating Team l, 2, 3, 4: Kingsley Prize Speaking 1. Levine, Robert, CIJEA Brooklyn, N. Y. General Science: Tennis, assist- ant manager 3: Interfraternity Athletics: Intramural Athletics. manager 2: John Dewey Club: Pre-medical Society: Outing Club 3. Lippe, Harvey Turner, IDEA Burlington, Vt. Pre-medical: U n iv e r si t y of Newark 1: Interfraternity Ath- letics 2, 3: Intramural Athletics 2. LAWRENCE LIVAK LEBARON LOVETT LEVIN LYMAN LEVINE LYNCH LIPFE LYONS 83 UFVERMIINT... Livak, Frank Howard, Rutland. Vt. Agriculture: Gold Key: Track l, 2, 3: Cross-country 1, 2, 3, 4, captain-elect l: Aggie Club: In- dependents: Outing Club 2, 3. Lovett, Cleo Lovina Bennington, Vt. Elementary Education: Outing Club l, 2: Kake Walk Decora- tion Committee 2. Lyman, William Raymond South Londonderry, Vt. Chemistry: Chemistry Club 2, 3: Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 4: Cor- poral 2: Baseball 2. Lynch, Richard George, K2 Burlington, Vt. Pre-medical: Basketball 3: Base- ball 3: Interfraternity Athletics l, 2, 3: Intramural Athletics l, 2, 3: Interfraternity Council: Newman Club 1, 2, 3. Lyons, Jane E., IIBCIJ New York, N. Y. Social Science: Cynic, reporter l, 2: ARIEL, feature editor 3: Modern Dance 2, 3: Dramatic Club l, 2, 3, president 4: Blue- stockings 1, 2, 3. 4: I. R. C. 2: University Players 2, 3, 4: John Dewey Club 4: Health Council 4: Ira's Folly 2, 3: Junior Week Play 2: Fall Play 3: Dean's List 4. S McGinty, Henry Hill, ATO East Killingly, Conn. General Science: Tennis, scrub l: Pre-medical Society: Cor- poral: Fraternity Drill Squad 2: Freshman Drill Squad 1. Mclntosh, Barbara Read, 21" So. Royalton. Vt. Home Economics: C. A. A.: Y. W. C. A.: Home Economics Club l, 2, 3. McKee, G. Robert Montpelier, Vt. Literary-Scientific: V e r m o n t Junior College: Yale University. School of Music: Outing Club 3: Men's Glee Club 3. Macomber, Ellen Rhoane North Troy. Vt. Literary-Scientific. Maley, Donald William, KE Great Barrington. Mass. Secondary Education: Boulder: Key and Serpent: Football 1, 2: Baseball l, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2. 3, 4, captain 1: Interfraternity Athletics 2, 3, 4: Intramural Athletics 1, 2: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dean's List 2, 3: Cor- poral 2: Kake Walk, chairman of programs 4: Junior Week chairman ushers 3: I. R. C. 2: John Dewey Club 2: Corporal 2. MCGINTY MALONE MCINTOSH MALTBIE MCKEE MANN, B. J. MACOMBER MANN. G. L- MALEY MARSHALL 84 Malone, Thomas Keeshan, BAE Burlington, Vt. Music Education: Interfrater- nity Athletics: Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3: University Choir 1, 2, 3: Newman Club: Opera l, 2: ARIEL Organization, editor. Maltbie, Armstrong Brant Lake, N. Y. Secondary Education: Kappa Phi Kappa, secretary 3, treasurer 4: Men's Glee Club 1, 2: John Dewey Club 2, 3, 4: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: Corporal 2: Fresh- man Drill Squad: Opera 1. Mann, Barbara Jessie, KAGJ North Easton. Mass. Home Economics: Home Eco- nomics Club 1: Badminton Club 2: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: House Committee 3: Outing Club 1. Mann, Gertrude Louise, KAO Burlington, Vt. Social Science: Mortar Board: Sophomore Aides, secretary- treasurer 2: University Players: W. A. A. Health Council 2: Cynic, reporter 1, Z, news editor 3: Winnowings from the Mill: Short Story Editor 2: Women's Glee Club 2, 3: Lilac Day 2: Junior Week Play 2: Fall Play 3: Group Plays l: Dean's List 2: Staff and Sandal 3: Dramatic Club: Y. W. C. A.: I. R. C. 2, vice-president 3: John Dewey Club 2. 3: House President: Junior Week Committee Pub- licity Chairman. Marshall, Elizabeth Pauline, IIBCIJ Burlington, Vt. Commercial Teaching: Y. W. C. A. 3: I. R. C. 3: Outing Club 2: John Dewey Club 2, 3: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: Kake Walk Usher 3: Pi Gamma Mu. UNIVERSITY Martin, Madeline Elsie Milton, Vt. Elementary Education: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3. Massucco, Joseph Raymond, SAE Bellows Falls. Vt. Pre-medical: Interfraternity Ath- letics l, 2, 3: Intramural Ath- letics 1, 2, 3: Le Cercle Fran- cais 1: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: Pre-medical Society: Fraternity Drill Squad. Mayforth, Shirley Watts, IIBCIJ Barre, Vt. Home Economics: Staff and San- dal, p r e s i d e n t: Sophomore Aides: House President: Women's Glee Club: University Choir: Dramatic Club: Junior Week, favor committee 3: Class Secretary 2: Dean's List l, 3: Group Plays. Meeken, Grace, HBQ Portland, Me. General Science: Dramatic Club: John Dewey Club: Y. W. C. A.: Group Plays: W. A. A. Badminton Club. Metcalf, Maywood Almira, 1IBfI1 Waterbury, Vt. Literary-Scientific: Mortar Board 4: Staff and Sandal 3: Sopho- more Aides 2: Editor of Cynic 4: Student Union 2, 3, 4: Chapel Orchestra l, 2: Univer- sity Orchestra l, 2: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4: John Dewey Club 3, 4: Dean's List l, 2, 3: W. A. A. Health Council l, 2: Student Union. treasurer 2, vice-president 3: I. R. C. 3: Le Cercle Francais 3. MARTIN MILLER MASSUCCO MOODY MAYFORTH MOGRE MEEKEN MORRISON METCALF MUNGER 85 IIFVERMUNT Miller, Juliette Haven Dummerston, Vt. . Elementary Education: Black- burn College lg Castleton Nor- mal School 2: Women's Glee Club 3, 4: University Choir 3. 4: Dean's List 3. Moody, Margaret Emma Burlington, Vt. Secretarial: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3: Council-at-Large 4: Basketball 2: Badminton 2, 3: Cynic, re- porter l, news editor 2, record- ing editor 3, 4: Press Club 1: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: I. R. C. 3. Moore, Curtis Arthur Landgrove, Vt. Agriculture: R. O. T. C. Band 1, 2: Aggie Club: Future Farm- ers of America: Corporal 2: Ad- vanced Military: Champlain Sabres: C. A. A. Morrison, Donald Argyle Burlington, Vt. Electrical Engineering: Electrical Engineers. Munger, Eleanor Jane Orwell, Vt. Elementary Education: Women's Glee Club. Nelson, James Harold East Ryegate, Vt. Agriculture: Aggie Club l, 2, 3, 4: Future Farmers of America 2, 3. 4: Alpha Gamma Rho 3. Newton, Irene Lucy W. Hartford, Vt. General Science: Phi Beta Kappa: Pi Gamma Mu: Women's Independents 4: John Dewey Club 2: Dean's List l, 2, 3. Nichols, Dawn Emily, AEA Malletts Bay, Vt. Home Economics: W. A. A. 2, 3, 4: W. A. A. Council 4: Cam- pus Manager Archery 3, 4: Bowling 2: Archery 2, 3: Press Club 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. 2.3: Home Economics Club l, 2, 3. 4: Dean's List 3: All Sports Club. Nichols, Dorothy Grace Malletts Bay, Vt. Home Economics: Press Club 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. l, 2, 3: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3: Pho- tography Club 3: Le Cercle Francais 3. Nichols, Elmer Lincoln, AWP Westminster, Vt. Agriculture: Football 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Interfraternity Athletics 2, 3, 4: Intramural Athletics 2, 3: Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, 4. fi NELSON NOYES NEWTON NYE NICHOLS, D. E. OLSEN NICHOLS, D. G. PACHE NICHOLS, E. L. PALANS Noyes, Harry William, ATU North Bennington, Vt. Secondary Education: Basketball 1, 2: Interfraternity Handbook 3: Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3: Interfraternity Council 3: V. C. A. 3: Class Treasurer 3. Nye, Francis Walter, AI Barton, Vt. Agriculture: Gold Key 2: Alpha Zeta I, 2, 3: Faculty-Student Council 4: Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Week- Junior Prom 3: Fraternity Drill Squad 1: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: Sergeant 2: Hood Scholarship 1, 2, 3. Olsen, Floyd Richard, ATQ Burlington, Vt. Business: Interfraternity Ath- letics l, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Ath- letics 1, 2: Handball Champion 2: Corporal 2: Fraternity Drill Squad 1, 2: I. R. C. 2. Pache, Henri Louis, QDAGJ Burlington, Vt. Pre-medical: Ski Team 2, 3, 4: Interfraternity Athletics: Intra- mural Athletics: ARIEL, man- aging editor: House Fellow: C. A. A.: Outing Club Council: Pre-medical Society: lra's Folly: Corporal: F r a t e r n i t y Drill Squad. Palans, Christopher George Burlington, Vt. Pre-med i cal . ff? 86 UIIIVERSITIY Palmer, Gerald Imlah Williamstown, Vt. Ciuil Engineering: Champlain Sabres, treasurer: Cross-Coun- try 2, 3: Interfraternity Ath- letics: C. A. A. 3: Civil Engi- neers: Independents: Military Ball: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: Cor- poral: Sergeant 3: Advanced Military. Paquette, Ernest Frederick Craftsbury, Vt. Agriculture: Alpha Zeta 2, 3, 4: Ski Team 1, 3: Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Independents 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 3, 4: Future Farmers of America, president 2: Outing Club 1: Dean's List 1, 2. 3, 4: Alpha Zeta Proficiency Award 2. Pease, George Reddington Burlington, Vt. Elementary Education: R. O. T. C. Band 1. 2: Corporal 2: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3: New- man Club 1, 2: 1. R. C. 3. Perkins, Evelyn Ann Pitman, AEA St. Albans. Vt. Elementary Education: Health Council 2: House President 4: Women's Glee Club l. 3: Uni- versity Choir 3: Y. W. C. A. 3: Le Cercle Francais 3: Dean's List 3. Peters, G. Louise, AXQ Bradford, Vt. Home Economics: W. A. A. Council 1, 2: Basketball: Rid- ing: Y. W. C. A. 3: Home Eco- nomics Club 1, 2, 3: Junior Week, refreshments. PALMER PICHIERRI PAQUETTE POU 1-IN PEASE PERKINS PETERS UFVERMIINT POWERS PRATT, E. J. Pichierri, Louis, BAE Burlington, Vt. Music Education: Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3: Men's Glee Club l, 2, 3: University Choir 1, 2, 3: Opera l, 2: Corporal 2. Poulin, Paul Raymond Burlington, Vt. Music Education: University Players 3, 4: Baseball l, 2: In- terfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3: Men's Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4: University Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3: Independents 4: Newman Club l: Dean's List 2, 3.4: Operas 1, 2, 3: Junior Week Play 3: Group Plays 2, 3: Manager of Men's Glee Club. Powers, Alice Louise Middletown Springs, Vt. Elementary Education: Y. W. C. A. 3: I. R. C. 3: Castleton Normal School l, 2. Pratt, Elaine Julia Vergennes, Vt. Elementary Education: P r e s s Club 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3: I. R. C. 3: John Dewey Club 2. 3: Outing Club 2, 3. -- " To , p , Pratt, William Arthur, Elfiflflfl iaii Q Ruf1andfVf- Tflii M edfCf'10J KQV and Serpent 32 l:1f.f1'.V :f' Wi " ',,,, i' 3 A Boulder 4: Basketball 1: Track lip: ' 1, Z, 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2: Inter- ' ' fraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3: E V A I' Cynic, reporter: ARIEL, men's 5, V photographic editor: Class Presi- . dent 3: Dean's List 1: Corporal : 2. PRATT, W. A. Preston, William S., KIDAQ Burlington, Vt. Business: Intramural Athletics l, 2: Rifle Team 1: R. O. T. C. Band l, 2, 3: Chapel Orchestra 1: Interfraternity Athletics l, 2. 3. Proctor, Frank Richard, EAE Ludlow, Vt. Electrical Engineering: Chapel Orchestra l, 2, 3: R. O. T. C. Band l, 2, 3: University Or- chestra l, 2, 3: Dean's List l, 2: Electrical Engineers 2, 3: Secretary-Treasurer 3: Sergeant 2: Staff Sergeant 2. Prondecki, Irene V., AXQ Turners Falls, Mass. Home Economics: Health Coun- cil: House President: Y. W. C. A.: Dramatic Club: Home Economics Club: Le Cercle Fran- cais: Cynic, reporter: I. R. C. Pye, William Irving, EN Pittsford, Vt. Business: Boulder: Key and Ser- pent: Gold Key: Football l, 2, 3, captain 4: Basketball l, 2, 3: Track l. 2: Interfraternity Ath- letics: Intramural Athletics: Fac- ulty-Student Council: Interfra- ternity Council: Kake Walk. financial chairman: Junior Week, chairman: Class President 4: Class Treasurer l: Football Hop Chairman 2: Basketball Hop Chairman 2: Corporal l: Ser- geant 2: Fraternity Drill Squad l, 2. Ramsdell, Roger Gibbs, Jr., QAO Rockville Center, N. Y. Mechanical Engineering: Foot- ball, varsity manager: Interfra- ternity Athletics Manager: Intra- mural Athletics Manager: Ath- letic Council: House President: Mechanical Engineers: Dean's List l. ix? PRESTON REED PROCTOR REISER PRONDECKI RICE PYE RISING RAMSDELL ROBY Reed, Earl G., EN Oakfield, N. Y. Business: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball: Interfraternity Ath- letics l, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Ath- letics 1, 2, 3, 4: Kake Walk. seating committee: Junior Week, decorating committee: Corporal. Reiser, Milton Paul, IDEA Roxbury, Mass. Pre-medical: Football 1: Dean's List l, 2: Sergeant 2. Rice, Marion L., KAGJ Shelburne, Vt. Home Economics: Campus Man- ager, Badminton 3: Badminton 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. l, 2, 3: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3: John Dewey Club: Outing Club: Junior Week Play. Rising, Floyd Charles, BAE White River Junction, Vt. Secondary Education: Ski Team 1, 2, 3: Interfraternity Ath- letics: Outing Club: Outing Club Council: Dean's List: Football l: Intramural Ath- letics. Roby, Edgar Franklin, AXP Montpelier, Vt. Business: Track 2, 3: Interfra- ternity Athletics l, 2, 3: Intra- mural Athletics l, 2, 3: ARIEL. assistant business manager: R. O. T. C. Band: Junior Week, as- sistant financial manager: Dean's List 2: Corporal 2: Kake Walk Winner 3. sh 88 uulvenslrv Rogers, Frances Allen, 21" Townshend, Vt. Elementary Education: Univer- sity Choir l, 2, 3, 4: Women's Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Dean's List 2: Operas l, 2. Rood, Gilman B., AXP St. Albans, Vt. Literary - Scientific: University Players l, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Athletics 2, 3.- 4: Ski Team l, 4: R. O. T. C. Band 1, 2: Fall Play 2: Junior Week Play l. Rooney, Eileen Frances, AEA St. Albans, Vt. Commercial Teaching: House President 3: Press Club 2: Y. W. C. A. 2: Newman Club 1, 2, 3. Root, James Albert Middlebury, Vt. Civil Engineering: Track l, 4: Cross-Country, assistant man- ager 3. varsity manager 4: In- dependents 2, 3, treasurer 4: Sergeant 2: Advanced Military 3: Freshman Drill Squad: Dean's List l, 2. Root, Mary Letta, AXQ Burlington, Vt. Home Economics: Mortar Board 4: Staff and Sandal 3: Sopho- more Aides 2: Omicron Nu: W. A. A. Council 2: Campus Manager: Riding: House Fellow 4: Winnowings from the Mill: Pan-Hellenic Council: Bluestock- ings: Dramatic Club: Y. W. C. A. Council 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club: John Dewey Club: Junior Week, refreshment committee 3: Class Secretary 4: Chairman Lilac Day 3: Group Plays: Dean's List 2, 3: Winner of Julia Spear Prize Reading Contest 2. ROGERS ROSS ROOD ROYER ROONEY RUBIN Roor, J. RULF0 ROOT,M.L. RUSH Ross, Ivan, KE St. Albans, Vt. Medicine: John Dewey Club: Chemistry Club: Dean's List l: Corporal 2. Royer, John Russell, K2 Westfield, N. J. Business: Boulder 4: Football, assistant manager 3: Freshman Manager 4: Interfraternity Ath- letics l, 2, 3: Intramural Ath- letics 1, 2, 3: Cynic, circulating manager: ARIEL, organization manager: Kake Walk Director: House President 4: Interfrater- nity Council 3, 4: Sophomore Hop Chairman Floor Committee 2: Interfraternity Drill Squad 2: Freshman Drill Squad l. Rubin, Miriam Barger, ACIJE Brockton, Mass. Social Science: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Y. W.C. A. 2, 3: I. R. C. 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3: House Committee 2: John Dewey 3, 4. Rulfo, Henry, EAE Barre, Vt. Medicine: Interfraternity Ath- letics 1, 2, 3: Dean's List 1, 2: Syracuse University 1. Rush, Harold John, A111 Newport, Vt. Medicine: Interfraternity Ath- letics: Intramural Athletics: Men's Glee Club: University Choir: Opera 1, 2. 475 89 L urvenmnnr Samuelson, Carrye, AQIJE Burlington, Vt. Commercial Teaching: I. R. C. 3. Saul, Jean Betty, AQIJE Fitchburg, Mass. Social Science: House President 4: Pan-Hellenic Council 3: Bluestockings 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4: Badminton 2, 3: Inter- sorority Dance, co-chairman 3: W1'nnowings from the Mill. Sault, Helen Randolph, Vt. Literary-Scientific: Green Moun- tain Junior College l, 2. Schlaf. Doris Shirley, AEA Rockville, Conn. Social Science: Outing Club 1, 2: I. R. C. 3: Y. W. C. A. 3. Senuta, Albert, KE Fitchburg, Mass. Business: Interfraternity Ath- letics 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Ath- letics 1, 2, 3, 4: I. R. C. l, 2, 3: Newman Club l, 2, 3: Cor- poral 1: Sergeant 2: Freshman Drill Squad. 'CFS SAMUELSON SHANDOFF SAUL SHEEHAN SAULT SHINE SCHLAF SILLIMAN SENUTA SIMPSON. Shandoff, Mary Eleanor Pittsfield, Mass. Home Economics: House Presi- dent: C. A. A.: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: Co-ed Major Candidate l, 2, 3: W. A. A. Riding 1: Bowling 2: Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil 3: Y. W. C. A. 2, 3: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3: Beauty Contest 1, 2. Sheehan, Rae Gwendolyn, AXQ Newport, Vt. Home E c o n o m i c sg Cynic, women's editor: Y. W. C. A.: Home Economics Club: John Dewey Club: Outing Club: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3: Bowling 2. Shine, Beatrice Irene Wardsboro, Vt. General Science: Vermont Junior College l, 2: W. A. A. Basket- ball 3. Silliman, Kathryn Marie Burlington, Vt. Elementary Education. Simpson, James Edwin, K2 St. Albans, Vt. Medicine: Gold Key 2: Tennis l, 2, 3: Rifle Team 1: Inter- fraternity Athletics l, 2, 3: In- tramural Athletics 1, 2: Men's Glee Club 1: Sergeant 2: Marks- man's Medal. gb 90 - UNIVERSITY Slack, Ransom Orcutt, ANI' Vergennes, Vt. Agriculture: Boulder: Key and Serpent: Kappa Phi Kappa: Baseball, manager 4: Publica- tions Board: Athletic Council: ARIEL, editor-in-chief 3: Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Aggie Club l, 2, 3, 4: F. F. A. 2, 3, 4: Kake 'Walk, publicity 2, financial chairman 3, co-chairman of pub- licity 4: Corporal 2: Who's Who in American Colleges 3: Outing Club: Opera 1: Financial Chairman of Junior Week 3. Smith, Dorothea Burlington, Vt. Social Science: University Play- ers 2, 3, 4: Council-at-Large 3, 4: Health Council 2: Campus Ski Manager 3, 4: Ski Team l, 2, manager 3, 4, captain 3: Rid- ing l, 2: Cynic, advertising manager, circulation manager: ARIEL. Photographic editor: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. l, 2, 3: Outing Club Council 2, 3, president 4: Ira's Folly, assistant editor 2: Dean's List 3. Snider, Robert Norman Boston, Mass. Business: University Players l, 2, 3, 4, business manager 3, 4: I. R. C. 2, 3, 4: Kake Walk. award 4: Dean's List 3: War Relief Committee. Spear, Janice Maurine, AEA St. Albans, Vt. Music Education: Women's Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Mixed Glee Club: University Choir 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. 3: Operas: Le Cercle Francais 3. Stetson, Carole Esther, AAA Burlington, Vt. Secretarial: W. A. A. 2, 3: Golf Team 3: Co-ed Major Candidate 3. SLAC K STEWART l SMITH STRASSBU RG SNIDER SWANN SPEAR SWIFT l STETSON TAGGART 91 Stewart, Jean Macmillan Gordon College, Rawal Pindi, India. Social Science: W. A. A.: Cam- pus Manager Badminton 3: Hockey Team l, 2: Badminton Team 2, 3: Modern Dance 1, 2: House President 3: House Fellow 4: Women's Glee Club 2, 3: University Choir 2: Women's Debating Team 4: Dramatic Club: Outing Club: Lilac Day: Group Plays: Y. M. C. A.: Opera 2. Strassburg, Norman Kenneth, A111 No. Tonawanda, N. Y. Secondary Education: Boulder: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3: Interfraternity Athletics 2, 3: Kake Walk, walking committee: Junior Week, floor committee: Dean's List 3: Sergeant 2. Swann, Jessie, 21' Danvers, Mass. Classical: Phi Beta Kappa: Goodrich Classical 2, 3, 4: Archery: Press Club 4: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: I. R. C. 2, 3. 4: John Dewey Club 2, 3, 4: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: Howard Freshman Prize: Lilac Day 1. Swift, Charles C. Rutland, Vt. Pre-medical. Taggart, A. James, AI Castleton, Vt. Ciuil Engineering: Football 1: Interfraternity Athletics 2, 3: Civil Engineers 2, 3, secretary- treasurer 3: Advanced Military. UFVERMIINT Q Taylor, Frank Marshall, EAE Brattleboro, Vt. Secondary Education: Boulder 4: Gold Key 2: Football l, 2, 3, captain-elect 4: Basketball l, 2, 3, captain 3: Baseball 1, 3: Track 1: Interfraternity Ath- letics 1, 2, 3: Intramural Ath- letics l, 2, 3: Athletic Council 2: Class President 2: Sophomore Hop Chairman 2: Corporal 2: Second Place Hexathlon 1. Thayer, Donald William, AVI' Burlington, Vt. Social Science: C h a m pl a i n Sabres: Tennis, assistant man- ager 3, manager 4: Ski Team 2, manager 4: Interfraternity Ath- letics 1, 2, 3: ARIEL, advertis- ing manager 2, business manager 3: I. R. C. 3, 4: Outing Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Ira's Folly 2: Dean's List 2, 3: Sergeant 2: Sons of the American Revolution Medal 3: Fraternity Drill Squad 2: Advanced Military 3, 4: Fresh- man Drill Squad 1. Thompson, Mary Jeanette, TIBCIJ Burlington, Vt. Commercial Teaching: W. A. A. 2, 3: Bowling Team 2: Campus Manager 3: Dramatic Club 2: Y. W. C. A. 3: Class Secretary 1: Lilac Day 2: Dean's List 3, 4: John Dewey Club 3. Thompson, Oletha Nelia Bristol, Vt. Elementary Education: Cynic, reporter 2: Y. W. C. A. 3: Out- ing Club 3: I. R, C. 2, 3. Topkins, Edith Louise, AfIJE Brooklyn, N. Y. Literary-Scientific: I. R. C. 3: Kake Walk Usher 2. TAYLOR TRP-SK THAYER UTI-EY THOMPSON, M. J. WARD THOMPSON, O. N. WEYEI-L TOPKINS WHEELER 92 Trask, Caroline, HBfIJ Rochester, Vt. Commercial Teaching: W. A. A. Council-at-Large 2: House Presi- dent 3: Y. W. C. A. Utley, Franklyn Haven, EAE West Hartford, Conn. General Science: Football 1, 4: Basketball l: Intramural Ath- letics l, 2, 3: Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3: Drill Down Winner 2. Ward, George Merrill New Haven, Vt. Agriculture: Track 2: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: Corporal. Weyell, Virginia Evelyn Winsted, Conn. Home Economics: Chapel Or- chestra l, 2, 3: University Or- chestra: Home Economics: Ver- mont S y m p h o n y Orchestra: C. A. A. 4. Wheeler, Harry Ernest West Charleston, Vt. Agriculture. X UNIVERSITY Whipple, Jeannette Lucille, KAG Montpelier, Vt. Home Economics: Stall: and San- dal 3: Sophomore Aides 2: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3: W. A. A. Council 2. 3: House President 3: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Dean's List l, 2: John Dewey Club 3: Lilac Day 3. Wilcox, Geraldine Mae Newport, Vt. Secretarial : Modern Dance 1, 2: I. R. C.: John Dewey Club l, 2, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3. 4: Cynic 3, 4: Dean's List 1, 2: Lilac Day 2: I. R. C. 2, 3. Williams, Harold Irving, Jr., KE Burlington, Vt. Social Science: Interfraternity Athletics 2, 3: Intramural Ath- letics 2, 3: Baseball 1: I. R. C. 3. Willson, Harold Strong Bethel, Vt. Civil Engineering: Champlain Sabres: Cross-Country 2: Inter- fraternity Athletics 1 : Intramural Athletics: Civil Engineers: Inde- pendents: Corporal 2: Advanced Military 3: Dean's List 1, 2: Track 1, 2. Winton, Ruth Paula Flushing, N. Y. Secondary Education: Packer Collegiate Institute. WHIPPLE WOLINSKY WILCOX WOLK WILLIAMS WOOD WILLSON WRIGHT WINTON YOUNG 93 nrvtnmnnr 'E Wolinsky, Thelma Lois West Rutland, Vt. Commercial Teaching: House President 3: Dramatic Club 2. 3: I. R. C. 3: John Dewey Club 2, 3: Dean's List l. 2, 3: Group Plays: Opera 2: Class Plays 2. Wolk, Arthur David. QEA Rutland, Vt. Medicine: Cynic 2, sports edi- tor 3: Tennis 1, 2, 3, Honorary captain 1: Dean's List l, 2, 3: Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3: Pre-medical Society 3: Debating 1: Bailey Cup Debate: Interfra- ternity Council 2, 3. Wood, Elizabeth Anne Brandon, Vt. Literary-Scientific: Bowling 4: Cynic, reporter 1: Independents: Lilac Day 3. Wright, William Harold, ATQ Middletown, Conn. General Science: Gold Key: In- terfraternity Athletics: Basket- ball M a n a g e r: Photography Club: Pre-medical Society. Young, William Elwin Barre, Vt. Mechanical Engineering: Phi Beta Kappa: Track l, 2: Chapel Orchestra 1, 2, 3: R. O. T. C. Band l, 2: University Orchestra 1, 3: C. A. A.: Mechanical Engineers 2, 3: Dean's List l, 2: Sergeant 2. x Vx ff ,ES 'ix K A W ! Q ,JKT - .nl fuullllln QL. SZ J f . 1.1 elf. "gf 'N 921 SP4 ' ...lllll.J.... 'GLN-Q nl '1 xx 11 wa. Flax IJ, , ji'- . .LQ 1 '.1', . ' 9 " . ' .4 . -Y . 3' ch ' in . ,J-31.E-f'-'mi-5,7-3121:a n '- -" 'ai .V I P,-l. 'fi-7': -u.-5v,:1.:p- I: fp- -- wsff' - . 754-:gugrig-2-:.:, 5 - 7-' g - ,,,..g,1D- ,vw un ..- ff--1 ASV.. Us. , . gg -4 ..-.gif . ggi" r - 121' gm. ,il-I-,nf q 1 -" .1-.I '. ,irfkxia 5 g- 11: I- . -3:23 , .-.- ,.1'.- nj, '- 3:i'-."'.,f5g,u- -fp "Liu .' ' fifEi:E?i5i?i?' 11527 iz.. .1 .-'Q 513 .-R. .. ':.:f' :::1.-'C' 'T'- X : I- X-':"'5L 11 it iQ LIT: Ehhfnx 1315.-It ,L tial, n- Q.uL1-u -. --w- .:- . q:v"'--- " 2 ' 1 ' ' Q11 4 35rf55:'z"+ WZ fje- :qw X- 1 1 hw M. :L u:.' ' 5:-3 - 1 J 1 4 DAVID SAWYER F' ESIDENT COMM CHAIRMAN OE PRODUCTION CHAIRMAN OF FINANCES , . . DECORATIONS COMMITTEE: Clark G. Miller Cathryn Van Grier Helen Witham Gratia Pearl Sanford Savin Margaret Sandall Hazen Wood John Zellinger James Sudbay FLOOR COMMITTEE: Robert Carlson Sarah Wilson Roger Hunting Jeanne Woolley SALLY ROME VI E-PRESIDENT . . . .John J. Spasyk . ...John J. White PROM COMMITTEE: J. Allen White Catherine Peterson PUBLICITY COMMITTEE: Joanna Metcalf Myer J. Reynolds Robert Poster Louise Davis PROGRAM COMMITTEE: Jean Hall Ruth Spiwak UNIVERSITY UFVERMUNT OFFICERS JOANNA METCALF ROGER HUNTING SECRETAR TRE S RER ELECTRICAL COMMITTEE: ASSISTANT FINANCIAL COMMITTEE Donald Moran Fred Logan William Potter Clarence Akley Sigmund Sysko PEERADE COMMITTEE: USHERING COMMITTEE: Martha Stearns Robert Thayer Harold Rice Mary Tuckerman John Costello Jane Badger John Prybylo Marolyn Powers REFRESHMENT COMMITTEE: Dave Neill Frances Abell patricia Wood Ethel Shippee Barbara Gallagher I ff NIORS CLASS Frances Elizabeth Abel Montclair, N. J. General Science Kappa Alpha Theta: Staff and Sandal: Sophomore Aides, secretary 2: W. A. A. 1, 2: Student Union, secretary 2, first vice-president 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3: Photography Club 1: Outing Club Council 2, 3, secretary: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Dean's List 1, 2. Collamer Martin Abbott Wilder, Vt. Literary-Scientific Goodrich Classical Club: Latin Play 2: John Dewey Club: Dean's List 1, 2. Lawrence Martin Agan Bennington, Vt. Pre-medical Intramural Athletics 1, 2: Independents: Pre-medical Society: Dean's List 1, 2: Intra- mural Manager 2. Assn. Assorr L. AGAN R. AGAN AGARD X ADLER AKLEY Robert William Agan Bennington, Vt. Pre-medical Gold Key 2: Intramural Athletics 1, 2, man- ager 2: Independents: Pre-medical Society. Norma Joene Agard Jamaica, N. Y. Classical Delta Delta Delta: Stall and Sandal: Sopho- more Aides: Goodrich Classical Club: Win- nowings from the Mill: Student Union: Pan- Hellenic Council: Joint Conference. Yudel Lester Adler Burlington, Vt. Pre-medical Intramural Athletics 2: Rugby 1, 2: Pre- medical Society 3. Clarence Vernon Akley Lyndonville, Vt. Secondary Education Kappa Sigma: Key and Serpent, president: Gold Key, president: Football 1: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1: Interfra- ternity Athletics l, 2: Interfraternity Coun- cil 3: Editor of Football Program 3: I. R. C. 2, 3: Class President 1: Dean's List 1, 2: Corporal 1: Sergeant 1, 2, 3: Fraternity Drill Squad 1, 2: Advanced Military 3. 98 UNIVERSITY 19 Verna Margaret Allen Burlington, Vt. Home Economics Sigma Gamma: Bowling Club: Home Eco- nomics Club 2, 3: Dean's List 1, 2. Virginia Elizabeth Amidon Worcester, Mass. Social Science W. A. A. 1, 2, 3: Campus Manager Swim- ming 3: Swimming Club: Cynic 1, 2, 3. feature editor 3: Women's Glee Club 1: Uni- versity Orchestra 1: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. Geraldine Pearle Annis Barton, Vt, Classical Women's Glee Club: Y. W. C. A.: Le Cercle Francais: John Dewey Club: Dean's List: Classical Club. Lillian Elsie Aronson Proctor, Vt. Secretarial Alpha Chi Omega: W. A. A.: Y. W. C. A.: Photography Club 1: Dean's List 1, 2: Lilac Day 1. A2 Jane Badger Burlington, Vt. Secretarial Alpha Xi Delta: Pan-Hellenic Council: Y. W. C. A.: I. R. C. Charles Raymond Bannon Glens Falls, N. Y. Pre-medical Newman Club: Pre-medical Society: Cor- poral: Fraternity Drill Squad. Fulvio Bardoissi Barre, Vt. Literary-Scientific Goodrich Classical Club: Tau Kappa Alpha: Cynic, editor-in-chief 3, sports editor 2: Men's Debating Team: I. R. C. 2: John Dewey Club: Dean's List. ALLEN AMIDON ANNIS ARONSON BANNON BADGER BARDOSSI JUNIO 99 475 UFVERMIINT ' "" NIORS CLASS Shirley Isabel Barney Swanton, Vt. Elementary Education Y. W. C. A. 2: Dean's List 1. Herbert Bosch Hartford, Conn. Pre-medical Tau Epsilon Phi: Basketball 1: Interfrater- nity Athletics 1, 2, 3: Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3: Cynic, reporter 2, news editor 3: I. R. C. 3: Pre-medical Society 2: Dean's List 1: Handball Doubles Championship 1: Intramural Council 2, 3: Fraternity Drill Squad l, 2. Mildred Edna Belville Barre, Vt. Elementary Education Independents: Dean's List. BARNEY BASCH BELVILLE BENNETT A. BERMAN L. BERMAN BISHOP Adelaide Phillips Bennett Bennington, Vt. Secretarial Health Council 3: House President 1. 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: John Dewey Club 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. Anna Ruth Berman Nantasket, Mass. General Science Delta Phi Epsilon: I. R. C. 2: Le Cercle Francais 2. Leonard Stanley Berman Brookline, Mass. Electrical Engineering Dean's List 1. Barbara Ruth Bishop Springfield, Vt. Secretarial Alpha Chi Omega: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: I. R. C. 3: Le Cercle Francais 1: John Dewey Club 2: Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 100 K C UNIVERSITY 1942 Mary Spear Bissell Saxtons River, Vt. Elementary Education Alpha Xi Delta: Basketball lg Badminton Club 1, 3: W. A. A. Council-at-Large 2: Bowling Club 3. Leicia Annette Black Burlington, Vt. Secretarial Rifle Club 3: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: John Dewey Club 2, 3. Ruth Marie Boelsen Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. Social Science Hockey: Bowling: Riding, honorary team: Baseball: Modern Dance: Winnowings from the Mill: Y. W. C. A. Wilfrid Henry Bourdeau Middlebury, Vt. Agriculture Intramural Athletics 2: Aggie Club l, 2: Future Farmers of America l, 2, 3. Anne Hale Bottomley Burlington, Vt. Social Science Kappa Alpha Theta: ARIEL, faculty editor 3: Women's Glee Club 1, 2: I. R. C. 2, 3, secretary 3: Outing Club l: University Play- ers 3: Junior Week Play 2. Norman Joshua Boyclen, Jr. Burlington, Vt. Business Sigma Nu: Football, manager 2, 3: Inter- fraternity Athletics 2, 3: R. O. T. C. Band 1: Fraternity Drill Squad 2: Advanced Mili- tary 3. Orrin Marnald Brawn St. Johnsbury, Vt. Music Education Kappa Phi Kappa: Men's Glee Club 1, 2: University Choir l, 2, 3: Sergeant 2: Opera 1. BISSELL BLACK BOELSEN BO-URDEAU BOTTOMLEY BOYDEN BRAWN JUNIO I 101 477 UF VERMIINT NIORS CLASS Barbara Ruth Brewster Cambridge, Vt. Elementary Education Basketball 1, 3: Bowling 3: House President 3: Y. W. C. A. I, 3: Independents 3. Lyman Henry Brigham Burlington, Vt. Agriculture Phi Delta Theta: Ski Team 3: Interfraternity Athletics. William Moffett Bronson, Jr. Lancaster, N. H. Business BREWSTER BRIGHAM BRONSON L. BURGESS J. BURGESS BUTTERFIELD CAMPBELL Lawrence Burgess Chelsea, Vt. General Science Lambda Iota: Interfraternity Athletics. John Stuart Burgess Burlington, Vt. Social Science Sigma Phi: Key and Serpent 3: Gold Key 2: Track 1: Cross-Country l,2, 3: Tennis l: V. C. A. 3: Interfraternity Athletics 1, Z, 3: I. R. C. 2, 3: Intramural Athletics 1: Ira's Folly l, 2: Cynic, reporter 2, news editor 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: ARIEL, men's sports editor 3: Corporal 2: Advanced Military 3. Barbara Butterfield Manchester, Vt. Social Science Pi Beta Phi: Staff and Sandal 3. treasurer: University Players 2, 3, secretary 3: Cynic 2, 3, reporter 2, news editor 3: ARIEL 3, Women's editor: House President Z: Faculty- Student Council 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, social chairman 3: Lilac Day l, 2: Beauty Contest 1: Co-ed Major Candidate 1, 2: Junior Week Play 2: Group Plays 2. Floyd Walter Campbell Stratford, Vt. Agriculture Delta Psi: Alpha Zeta: Aggie Club: Future Farmers of America: Dean's List. 102 unlvtnslrv 19112 Robert Lackie Carlson South Ryegate. Vt. Agriculture Delta Psi: Key and Serpent: Gold Key: Alpha Zeta: Baseball 2: Interfraternity Athletics 2: Faculty-Student Council 3: Aggie Club: Fu- ture Farmers of America: Dean's List 1, 2: Corporal 2: Advanced Military. Elizabeth Ball Chaffee Enosburg Falls, Vt. Literary-Scientific Sigma Gamma: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3: Bluestock- ing Club 2, 3: John Dewey Club 2, 3: Out- ing Club 1, 3: Dean's List 1, 3. Ethelyn Louise Chaffee Enosburg Falls, Vt. Social Science Sigma Gamma: House Fellow 3: Y. W. C. A. 1: I. R. C. 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 1, 2: John Dewey Club 2, 3: Outing Club 3: Dean's List 2. Janet Clark Norwell, Mass. Social Science Pi Beta Phi: W. A. A. 2, 3: Archery 2: Women's Debating Team 3: Y. W. C. A. 2, 3: I. R. C. 3: Miami University 1. Lucille Vian Clark Rutland, Vt. Home Economics Delta Delta Delta: W. A. A. 1, 2: Cynic 1, 2: Dramatic Club 1, 2: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3: I. R. C. l: Outing Club Coun- cil 1, 2, 3: Dean's List l: Lilac Day 1. Orlando: Richard Clark East Montpelier, Vt. Civil Engineering Sigma Nu: Track 1. 2: Interfraternity Ath- letics 2: Civil Engineers 2, 3. secretary-treas- urer 3: Photography Club 1, 2: Dean's List 1. Russell Leland Clark North Springfield, Vt. Chemistry Men's Glee Club 2: R. O. T. C. Band 1, 2: Chemistry Club l, 2, 3: Independents 3: Outing Club 3: Dean's List 1, 2: Sergeant 2: Sons of American Revolution Medal 2: Advanced Military 3: Freshman Drill Squad 1. CARLSON E. B. CHAFFEE E. L. CHAFFEE J. CLARK L. CLARK O. CLARK R. CLARK JUNIO 103 UFVERMIINT NIORS CLASS Challiss Irvin Clausing Essex, Vt. Electrical Engineering Baseball 2: Interfraternity 1: Electrical Engi- neers 3. Millicenl' Edmunds Clough Rutherford, N. J. Social Science Swimming Club 2: Scribes 1, 2: Outing Club Council 3: Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3: John Dewey Club 2: Outing Club l, 2, 3. Wanda Emma Cobb Rutland, Vt. Home Economics Kappa Alpha Theta: W. A. A.: Hockey 2: Basketball 2: Baseball 2: Cynic, reporter 2: Y. W. C. A.: Outing Club: Home'Economics Club: Kake Walk Usher 2. CLAUSING CLOUGH COBB COFFIN COHEN COHN CONRAD Corinne Coffin Burlington, Vt. Commercial Teaching ARIEL 2: Student Union l, 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. l, 3: John Dewey Club 2, 3: Dean's List 1: Scribes 1, Z, 3: Lilac Day 1. Julius George Cohen Burlington, Vt. Pre-medical Tau Kappa Alpha Z: Interfraternity Ath- letics: Cynic, radio editor Z: Men's Debating Team 1, 2, 3: John Dewey Club: Pre- medical Society. Anne Bertha Cohn Larchmont, N. Y. General Science Cynic, oflice manager 1, 2, 3: Freshman Handbook, business manager: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, cabinet member 3: I. R. C. 1, 2, 3. Wilbert Leon Conrad, .lr. ' Morrisville, Vt. Secondary Education Basketball 1, 3: Baseball 1, 2: Independents l, 2, 3: Corporal 2: Advanced Military. 104 uulvenslrv 1942 Elizabeth Turnstall Cooper Merchantville, N. J. Social Science Kappa Alpha Theta: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3: W. A. A. Council-at-Large 2: House Presi- dent 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, treasurer 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Joint Conference 2. Clark Edward Corliss St. Albans, Vt. General Science Delta Psi: Track 2: Cross-Country 3: In- terfraternity Athletics 2: ARIEL, co-biography editor 3: V. C. A. 2, 3: Outing Club Z: I. R. C. 3: Corporal 2: Fraternity Drill Squad 1: Advanced Military 3: John Dewey Club 3. George Demosthenes Corsones Rutland. Vt. Secondary Education Football, freshman, varsity 2, 3: Track: Basketball 1: Interfraternity Athletics 2: In- tramural Athletics 2: Independents: Corporal. John Loring Costello Rutland, Vt. Pre-medical Kappa Sigma: Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3: Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: Pre-medical Society 1, Z, 3: Fraternity Drill Squad 2: Basketball 1: Co- director of Kake Walk 4. Alexandrina Georgette Coutu Westield, Vt. Elementary Education Y. W. C. A.: Le Cercle Francais: Independ- ents: Newman Club. Joseph Charles Creed Rutland, Vt. Pre-medical R. O. T. C. Band: Newman Club: Outing Club. Peter Stanley Czachor Center Rutland, Vt. General Science Track, assistant manager 3: R. O. T. C. Band 1, 2: Independents 1: Newman Club 1, 2: Corporal 2: Advanced Military: Dean's List 3. COOPER CORLISS CORSONES COSTELLO COUTU CREED CZACHOR JUNIO N 105 UFVERMIINT NIORS CLASS Douglass Putnam Dana North Pomfret, Vt. Agriculture Intramural Athletics 2: lVIen's Debating Team 1: Aggie Club 1, 2, 3: Independents 1: Dean's List 1, 2: Corporal. Barbara Emma Dalnel Cabot, Vt. Elementary Education Green Captain 1: Basketball 1, 2: Badminton Club 1, 2: I. R. C. 1: Outing Club 1, 2. Louise Alethe Davis Northield, Vt. Literary-Scientilic Pi Beta Phi: Staff and Sandal: Sophomore Aides: Student Union, treasurer 2, judiciary board: Chapel Orchestra 1: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Lilac Day 2, 3. committee 3: Brahms' Requiem 2. DANA DANE DAVIS DEWART DE YOE DICKINSON DITORE Catherine Jean Dewart St. Albans, Vt. Classical Goodrich Classical Club: Health Council, W. A. A.: John Dewey Club: Dean's List: Classical Language Scholarship. Mary Randall DeYoe Paterson, N. J. Literary-Scientific Hockey 1, 2: Y. W. C, A. 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Lilac Day 2. Dorothy Ruth Dickinson Bellows Falls, Vt. Elementary Education Women's Glee Club 2: University Choir 2: Dean's List 2. Jerolemon Carmaine Ditore Brooklyn, N. Y. Social Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Intramural Athletics 2, 3. 106 UNIVERSITY JUNIO Marguerite Julia Doheny Richmond, Vt. Commercial Teaching Archery 1, 2: Le Cercle Francais 1: John Dewey Club 3: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: Dean's List 1, 2, 3. Colin Campbell Drown Newport, Vt. Agriculture Independents: R. O. T. C. Band 1, 2: Aggie Club, secretary: F. P, A.: Corporal. Harriett Pearson Dustan Craftsbury Common, Vt. Pre-medical Pi Beta Phi: W. A. A. Council: Health Council: House President: University Choir: Pre-medical Society: Dean's List 1, 2: Women's Glee Club. Wilfred Elliot St. Johnsbury, Vt. Elementary Education Reginald George Farrar Worcester, Mass. Social Science Lambda Chi Alpha: Men's Glee Club: Outing Club: Clark University 1, 2. Catherine Helena Farrell Shelburne, Vt. Home Economics Badminton: Archery: Y. W. C. A. 3: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3: Photography Club 3: 1. R. C. 3: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: Out- ing Club 2, 3: Dean's List 1: Good Pilgrim- age Club 3. Flora Fifield Randolph, Vt. Classical Independents: Goodrich Classical Club 2, 3: W1'UUOwl'DgS from the Mill 2: Bluestockings 1, 2, 3: Dean's List 1, 2. 3: Group Plays 1. DOH ENY DROWN DUSTAN ELLIOT FARRAR FARRELL F I FI ELD l 107 nfvfnmnnr NIORS CLASS Miriam Louise Fiske Burlington, Vt. Classical Alpha Chi Omega: Staff and Sandal 3: Sophomore Aides, treasurer 2: Goodrich Classical Club Z, 3, secretary 3: W. A. A.: Pan-Hellenic Council 3: Press Club l, Z, 3, secretary-treasurer 2: Y. W. C. A. l, 2, 3: John Dewey Club 2, 3: Kake Walk Usher 2: Dean's List l, 2: Lilac Day 2, 3. Jeanne Adele Forssell New York, N. Y. Social Science Pi Beta Phi: Riding. Samuel Joseph Foti Rutland, Vt. Pre-medical Sigma Nu: Tennis, captain 1, varsity 2: Intramural Athletics 2, 3: Newman Club: Pre-medical Society. FISKE FORSSELL FOTl FRENCH GALLAGHER GANNON GOLDBERG Myrna Gertrude French Burlington, Vt. Classical Goodrich Classical Club Z, 3: Cynic, reporter 2, news editor 3: WIUDHOWILHQS from the Mill, contributing editor 2: Bluestockings 1, 2, 3, treasurer 2: Dramatic Club, secre- tary-treasurer 3: Y. W. C. A. 2, 3: John Dewey Club 2, 3: Kake Walk Publicity Z: Dean's List l. 2: Group Plays 1: Women's Prize Reading Contest, first prize 2: Class Plays 2: Classical Scholarship. Barbara Marion Gallagher St. Albans, Vt. Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega: Staff and Sandal: Sopho- more Aides: W. A. A.: W. A. A. Council, vice-president 3: Green Captain 2: Basketball l, 2: Baseball 2: Volleyball 2: Student Union, judiciary committee 3: House Presi- dent 2: Home Economics, vice-president 3: Newman Club 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: Lilac Day Committee 3. Mary Lorraine Gannon Fairfield, Vt. Pre-medical Dean's List l, 2. Robert Seamon Goldberg Burlington, Vt. Pre-medical Phi Sigma Delta: Basketball 1: Interfraternity Athletics: Intramural Athletics, basketball champion 1: Pre-medical Society: Corporal. '65 108 5 UNIVERSITY 1942 Doris Elaine Goodell Pompanoosuc, Vt. Elementary Education Y. W. C. A. 2, 3: I. R. C. 1: Independents 3. Nancy Guild Goodwin Tewksbury, Mass. Classical Pi Beta Phi: Staff and Sandal: Goodrich Classical: W. A. A. Council, publicity: Coun- cil-at-Large: Badminton 2: Modern Dance 2: Cynic, news editor: ARIEL, photographic edi- tor: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2. 3: Dean's List 1: Lilac Day 2, committee 3: House Committee 2. Gladys Mae Gorton South Wallingford, Vt. Secondary Education John Dewey Club 2, 3: Outing Club 1: Dean's List 1, 2. Georgina Francese Greene Morrisville, Vt. Social Science Women's Glee Club 2: Scribes 1, 2, 3: In- dependents 3: Outing Club l: Scholarship Chairman 3. Ida Hall Saxtons River, Vt. Elementary Education Modern Dance 2: Women's Cilee Club: Y. W. C. A.: Independents. Jean French Hall Charlotte, Vt. Music Education Kappa Alpha Theta: ARIEL 2: House Presi- dent 3: Women's Glee Club 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Lilac Day 2. Gerald Leon Haines Barre, Vt. Pre-medical Independent: Men's Glee Club 2: Chapel Orchestra l, 2, 3: R. O, T. C. Band 1, 2: University Orchestra 1, Z, 3: I. R. C. 3: In- dependents l: Pre-medical Society 2: Dean's List 1, 2: Corporal 2: Expert Rifleman 2. GOODELL GOODWIN GORTON GREENE l. HALL J. HALL HAINES JUNIO 1 109 u 475 u r v E n M n n 1 NIORS CLASS Donald Holden Harwood Dorset, Vt. Pre-medical "'De1ta Tau Delta: 3"Footba11 1: ":Ski Team 1: zflnterfraternity Athletics: Pre-medical So- ciety: Dean's List xl, 2: Expert Rifleman. "' Amherst 1, 2. Melvin Herbert Hawes Fitchburg, Mass. Classical Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Goodrich Classical Club, 3, treasurer: C. A. A. 2: John Dewey Club 2: Dean's List l : Corporal 2: Advanced Military. Charlotte Elizabeth Heath West Haven, Conn. Home Economics Alpha Xi Delta: Golf 2: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3: Women's Glee Club 2: Y. W. C. A. 2: Outing Club 1, 2. HARWOOD HAWES HEATH HILL HOLDEN HOLTZMAN HOWE Nora Eunice Hill Lyndon Center, Vt. Music Education W. A. A.: Council-at-Large: Hockey: Modern Dance: House President: Women's Glee Club, accompanist 1, 2, 3, manager 3: University Choir 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2. 3: John Dewey Club: Dean's List 1, 2: Joint Conference 3: Lilac Day 2: Opera 1. Katherine Clement Holden Burlington, Vt. Civil Engineering Kappa Alpha Theta: Sophomore Aides: W. A. A. Council: Gold Captain: Campus Sport Manager: Basketball: Y. W. C. A.: Civil Engineering: Outing Club. Milton Holtzman Brooklyn, N. Y. Pre-medical Phi Sigma Delta: Interfraternity Athletics: Intramural Athletics: John Dewey Club: Pre-medical Society: Sophomore Manager of Tennis and Intramurals. Alice Newton Howe Toronto, Canada Literary-Scientiic Alpha Chi Omega: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3: Bad- minton, co-manager: Cynic, reporter 2: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: Photography Club, secre- tary 1, president 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 3. 110 UNIVERSITY 1942 Harvey Hart Hubbard St. Albans, Vt. Electrical Engineering Delta Psi: Electrical Engineers, vice-chairman: Outing Club: Corporal 2: Advanced Mili- tary: Expert Riileman. Roger Bryant Hunting Springfield, Vt. Social Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Key and Serpent: Uni- versity Players: Basketball, assistant manager: Interfraternity Athletics: Publications Board: Cynic, columnist: ARIEL, editor-in-chief: John Dewey Club: Class Treasurer 3: Dean's List l, 2: Who's Who in American Univer- sities and Colleges: Fall Play 1, 2: Junior Week Play 1, 2: Group Plays l: Interfrater- nity Council. Charlotte Louise Hyde East Bethel, Vt. Elementary Education W. A. A. 3: Hockey 3: Basketball 3. Betty Ailsa Ingalls Fulton, N. Y. Secretarial Delta Delta Delta: W. A. A.: Badminton Club: Y. W. C. A.: John Dewey Club. Ellen Agnes lsham South Burlington, Vt. Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega: W. A. A. 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3: Home Economics 1. 2, 3. Charles ltzkowitz New London, Conn. Pre-medical Tau Epsilon Phi: Track 1, 2: Interfraternity Athletics l, 2, 3: Cynic, reporter l, news editor 2, 3: Interfraternity Council 3: I. R. C. 3: Dean's List l, 2, 3: Fraternity Drill Squad 2: Walked for Kake l, 2, 3. Doris Olga Jareckie Madison, N. J. Literary-Scientific W. A. A. Health Council 2, 3: Modern Dance 2: Cynic, reporter 2, news editor 3: W1'nnow1'ngs from the Mill 2: Bluestockings Club 2, 3: Scribes 1, 2, 3: I. R. C. 2: Outing Club l, Dean's List 1, 2. HUBBARD HUNTING HYDE INGALLS ISHAM ITZKOWITZ JARECKIE JUNIO 111 UFVEHMBNT NIORS CLASS Matthew Raymond Kallman Woodmere, L. I., N. Y. Mechanical Engineering Football 1: Track: Intramural Athletics: C. A. A.: Mechanical Engineers: Outing Club. Victor Karren Yonkers, N. Y. Pre-medical Boxing: Rugby: John Dewey Club: Cheer- leader: Pre-medical Society. Charles Jacob Katzew Brockton, Mass. Social Science Phi Sigma Delta: Tennis 2: Interfraternity Athletics l, 2, 3: Cynic, reporter 2, news editor 3, photographic editor 3: ARIEL, or- ganization editor 3: Interfraternity Hand- book 2: lnterfraternity Council 3: Assistant Cynic Radio Editor 3: R. O. T. C. Band l: Men's Debating Team 3: I. R. C. 3: Ira's Folly, assistant editor 2, editor 3: Kake Walk, program committee 2, 3. KALLMAN KARREN KATZEW KEENAN KENYON KIPP KLINGER Edward Allen Keenan, Jr. Burlington, Vt. Pre-medical Independent: Intramural Athletics l, 2, 3: Pre-medical Society 2, 3: Dean's List 1: Corporal 2. Joyce Kenyon Richmond, Vt. Home Economics Home Economics 1, 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: Dean's List 1, 2. Richard Forster Kipp Orleans, Vt. Secondary Education Independent: Transfer from Vermont Junior College 1, Z: Intramural Athletics: Inde- pendents. Gail Ferguson Klinger Cornwallville, N. Y. Home Economics Delta Delta Delta: Hockey: Badminton: Bowling: Modern Dance: Winnow1'ngs from the Mill, business manager: Women's Glee Club: Y. W. C. A.: Home Economics: Le Cercle Francais: Outing Club: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: Opera 1: French Play 2. 112 UNIVERSITY ll F V 1942 Katherine Terese Kyle Brandon, Vt. Home Economics Campus Manager, Badminton 3: Badminton Club 2, 3: House Committee 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, Z, 3: Home Economics Club 1, 2. secretary 3: Newman Club 1, 2, executive board 3: Outing Club 1, 2. Mitchell Franz Lambert Barre, Vt. Electrical Engineerin S7 Track: Rugby Club: Cross-country: Tennis: Photography Club: Electrical Engineers: Dean's List 1: Sergeant: Freshman Drill Squad. William Patrick Leamy Fair Haven, Vt. Agriculture Aggie Club 2, 3: Future Farmers of America 2 Joseph Nicholas Lionti r, Vt. Pre-medical Rille Team l: I. R. C. 3: Newman Club 2. 3: Pre-medical Society 2. Procto Harvey Turner Lippe Burlington, Vt. General Science Phi Sigma Delta: Rugby 1, 2: Track 2, 37 Interfraternity Athletics l, 2, 3: Intramural Athletics 2. 3: I. R. C.: Pre-medical Society: Outing Club. Erva Ruth Livingston Burlington, Vt. Home Economics W. A. A. 1, 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3: Press Club 2: Y. W. C. A. 1. 2.3: Outing Club 1, 2: Women's Glee Club 2. Frederick Pomeroy Logan Springfield, Mass. General Science Phi Delta Theta: Baseball, assistant manager: track 1: Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3: Intramural Athletics 1, 2: ARIEL, managing editor: House Fellow: C. A. A.: Dean's List: Fraternity Drill Squad 1: Co-director Kake Walk 4. KYLE LAMBERT LEAMY LIONTI LIPPE LIVINGSTON LOGAN JUNIO I f ' 1 . l C 113 EllMllllT JUNIORS CLASS Clifford George Long Oakfield, N. Y. Agriculture Sigma Nu: Football 1, Z, 3: Track 1, 2, 3: Interfraternity Athletics l, 2, 3: Intramural Athletics l, 2, 3: Future Farmers of America 3: Corporal 2: Fraternity Drill Squad 1, 2. Herbert John Long Oakneld, N. Y. Agriculture Sigma Nu: Gold Key 2: Football: Track: Interfraternity Athletics: Intramural Athletics: Aggie Club: Future Farmers of America. Anne Stockwell Lovell Bellows Falls, Vt. Home Economics Press Club 2: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: Home Eco- nomics Club 1, 3. c. l.oNG H. LoNG y Loveu. MAGEE MAGNANT MANN Mmucs Fern Magee Providence, R. I. General Science Pi Beta Phi: transfer from Rhode Island Stare: Badminton: Outing Club. Robert Arthur Magnant Franklin, Vt. Electrical Engineering Cross-country 1: Electrical Engineers: Dean's List 1: Corporal 2: Advanced Military 3. Jean Srorer Mann Hempstead, N. Y. Home Economics W. A. A.: Badminton: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3: House Com- mittee 1, 2. Copeland Harris Marks Burlington, Vt. Agriculture Independent: University Players 1, 2, 3: Cross-country Manager 1: Cynic 1, reporter 2, news editor 3: Aggie Club: Future Farm- ers of America: Fall Play 1: Junior Week Play 2: Group Plays, director Z. 114 UNIVERSITY 19 Gwendolyn Esther Marshia Cambridge, Vt. Home Economics W. A. A. 2, 3: Bowling 3: Cynic, scrub 2. 3: Press Club 2. 3: Y. W. C. A. 2: Home Economics Club l, 2, 3: Independents 3: Outing Club 2, 3: Dean's List l. Christine Shirley Martin Bakerslield, Vt. Social Science Press Club 2. Pearl Towne Marvin Fairfax, Vt. Home Economics Sigma Gamma: W. A. A.: Archery 2: House President 3: Pan-Hellenic Council 3: Home Economics l. 2, 3: Dean's List 1, 2. Dorothy Frances McCormick Burlington. Vt. Elementary Education Alpha Xi Delta: Y. W. C. A.: I. R. C.: John Dewey Club. 42 Jean Louise McMahon Barre, Vt. Elementary Education Harry Cyril McNamara Valatie, N. Y. Pre-medical Delta Upsilon: Transferred from Hamilton College: Independents 2: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: Pre-medical Society 2. Frank Eugene McPherson Boston, Mass. Electrical Engineering Football 1: 2: Baseball 1: Interfraternity Athletics: Intramural Athletics: Electrical Engineers. MARSHIA MARTIN MARVIN McCORMlCK McMAHO:N Mc NAMARA McPHERS0lN JUNIO 115 nfvenmnnr Nm CLASS Mildred Arlene McRae St. Johnsbury, Vt. Elementary Education House President 3: Outing Club 1. Joanna Jeanne Metcalf Waterbury, Vt. Pre-medical Pi Beta Phi: Staff and Sandal 3: Sophomore Aides 2: W. A. A. Council 2, 3: Health Council 1: Hockey 2: Basketball 1, Z: John Dewey Club: Pre-medical Society: Class Secretary Z, 3: Dean's List 2. Clark Gillette Miller West Springfield, Mass. General Science Phi Delta Theta: University Players: ARIEL. Business Manager: Corporal 2: Fraternity Drill Squad: Advanced Military. McRAE METCALF C. MILLER R. MILLER MONGEON MOODY MOORE Ruth Aims Miller East Dummerston, Vt. Secretarial Delta Delta Delta: W. A. A. Council-at- Large 3: Badminton 2: Press Club 2: Y. W. C. A. l, 2: John Dewey Club 2: Lilac Day 2: Dean's List 2. Ruth Madeline Mongeon Winooski, Vt. Elementary Education Bowling 3: Volleyball 3: Le Cercle Fran- cais 3: John Dewey Club 2, 3: Newman Club 3: Dean's List l. George Wilmot Moody Burlington, Vt. Social Science Vermont Junior College 1939: I. R. C.: Outing Club. Allen Chandler Moore Burlington, Vt. Mechanical Engineering Sigma Phi: Gold Key: Football 1: Tennis 1: Ski Team 1, 2: Interfraternity Athletics l, 2, 3: Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3: Cynic, columnist l, 2, 3: ARIEL, assistant busi- ness manager: Mechanical Engineers 2, 3: Dean's List 1: Corporal 1: Sergeant 2: Fra- ternity Drill Squad l, 2: Advanced Military 3. 116 'tx UNIVERSITY 1942 Donald Lincoln Moran Jericho. Vt. Electrical Engineering Sigma Nu: Assistant Manager Basketball 3: Track 1, 2: Cross-country 1, 2: Interfrater- nity Athletics 1: Intramural Athletics 1: C. A. A. 2: Electrical Engineers 1, 2. 3: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: Dean's List 1: Ser- geant 2: Fraternity Drill Squad 2: Advanced Military: Freshman Drill Squad. Dor thy Moseley Northield, Vt. Music Education W. A. A.: Golf: Women's Glee Club: Chapel Orchestra: University Orchestra: Outing Club. Dorothy Hanna Murphy Burlington, Vt. Elementary Education Sigma Gamma: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3: Y. W. C. A.: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: Bowling Team 1, 3. William Wolfe Musicant Burlington, Vt. Pre-medical Phi Sigma Delta: Interfraternity Athletics 1. 2, 3: R. O. T. C. Band 1, 2: Men's Debat- ing Team l, 2, 3: Pre-medical Society 2: Dean's List 1. 2. James David Neill Randolph, Vt. Elementary Education Sigma Nu: Baseball 1. 2: Interfraternity Ath- letics 2, 3: Intramural Athletics l, 2: Cor- poral l: Sergeant 2: Advanced Military 3: Freshman Drill Squad 1. Harriett Sofia Nelson Proctor. Vt. Business Alpha Chi Omega: Staff and Sandal: Sopho- more Aides: Tau Kappa Alpha: W. A. A. Council 3: W. A. A. Council-at-Large 2: ARIEL, women's sports editor 3: Student Union, vice-president: House President 2: Women's Debating Team 1. 2. 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3: Lilac Day. Gloria Oling Brooklyn, N. Y. Literary Scientific Delta Phi Epsilon: W. A. A. Council-at- Large 2: Riding 1, 2: House President 3: Pan-Hellenic Council 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2. 3: I. R. C. 1: Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, secretary Z, president 3: John Dewey Club 2: Outing Club 1: Ira'.s Folly 1: Dean's List 1. 2: Pan-Hellenic Representative to National Pan-Hellenic Convention at Penn State Col- lege. MOSLEY MORAN MURPHY MUSICANT NEILL NELSON OLING NIO 117 ufvsnmnnt NIORS CLASS Ruth Evelyn Orr Vershire, Vt. Home Economics W. A. A. Health Council: Y. W. C. A.: Home Economics: Lilac Day 1. Richard Taber Otis Burlington, Vt. Electrical Engineering Delta Psi: Track l, 2: Cross-country 2: In- terfraternity Athletics: Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3: University Choir 1, 2, 3: R. O. T. C. Band 1: Electrical Engineers: Outing Club: Dean's List l. Robert Douglas Paterson Barre, Vt. Civil Engineering Delta Psi: Football l, 2, 3: Track 2: Inter- fraternity Athletics l, 2, 3: Faculty-Student Council 3: Civil Engineers Z, 3: Outing Club 2: Dean's List 1: Corporal l: Sergeant 2: Fraternity Drill Squad 2: Advanced Military 3: Freshman Drill Squad 1: Baseball, as- sistant manager 3: War Relief Committee 3. oRR o'rls PA'rsRsoN PAQUETTE H. PARKER R. PARKER c. PARTRIDGE Hilda Leona Paquette Craftsbury, Vt. Home Economics Independents: Bowling 2: Y. W. C. A. l, 2: Home Economics 1, 2, 3: Independents 3, social chairman: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: Dean's List 1, 2. Harriet Ann Parker Springfield, Vt. Social Science Delta Delta Delta: Y. W. C. A.: John Dewey Club: Outing Club: Dean's List l, 2: Lilac Day 1: Scholarship Committee. Rollin James Parker Essex Junction, Vt. Electrical Engineering Chester William Hutchinson Partridge Burlington, Vt. Chemistry Kappa Sigma: Freshman Handbook 2: V. C. A. 1, 2, 3: Outing Club Council 3: Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Dean's List l, 2: Small Bore Rifle Medal 1: Corps Area Match Winner Medal: Color Guard. 118 UNIVERSITY JUNIO Lawrence John Partridge Barre, Vt. Agriculture Intramural Athletics 2. 3: Men's Glee Club l: V. C. A. 2: Aggie Club 1, 2, 3: Future Farmers of America 3. Gratia Houghton Pearl Burlington, Vt. Home Economics Kappa Alpha Theta: Staff and Sandal: Sophomore Aides: W. A. A. Council 2: Modern Dance 2: Student Union: Faculty- Student Council: Dramatic Club 1: Y, W. C. A. 1, 2, 3: Home Economics 1, 2, 3: Outing Club Council 3: Outing Club l, 2, 3: Ira's Folly 2: Class Plays 1: Kake Walk Usher 2. John Madison Perry Plainneld, Vt. Pre-medical Intramural Athletics: Boxing: John Dewey Club: Cheerleader: Pre-medical Society: Dean's List 1. 2, 3: Honorary Member S. S. V. Judith Perry Barre, Vt. Literary-Scientific Alpha Chi Omega: Staff and Sandal: Sopho- more Aides: Goodrich Classical: Counci1-at- Large 2: Winnowings from the Mill, con- tributing editor 2: University Orchestra 3: Bluestockings l, secretary 2, vice-president 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: John Dewey Club 2, 3: Dean's List 1, 2: Lilac Day 1, 2: Kirby Flower Smith Latin Prize 2: House Committee 1. Catherine Marie Peterson Amherst, Mass. ' Literary-Scientific Delta Delta Delta: W. A. A. l, 2. 3: W. A. A. Council, secretary 3: Council-at- Large 2: Campus Manager, Basketball 3: Hockey Team 2: Basketball Team 2: Base- ball Team 2: Y. W. C. A. 2: Group Plays 1, 2. Merton Sabin Pike Stowe, Vt. Agriculture Kappa Sigma: Aggie Club l, 2, 3: Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3: V. C. A. 3. Stanley Raymond Pike, Jr. Burlington, Vt. Literary-Scientific Delta Psi: Baseball, scrub manager: ARIEL, co-photographic editor: Men's Glee Club l, 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3: John Dewey Club 2: Kake Walk: Dean's List 1, 2: Opera 1: Requiem 2: Judas Maccabaeus 3. L. PARTRIDGE PEARL J. M. PERRY J. PERRY PETERSON M. PIKE S. PIKE - l 119 UFVERMUNT NIORS CLASS Marolyn Elizabeth Powers Vergennes. Vt. Literary-Scienti6c Winnowings from the Mill 2: Women's Glee Club 2, 3: Scribes 2, 3: Green Mt. Junior College 1. - John Holden Pratt, Jr. North Clarendon, Vt. Agriculture Alpha Zeta: Tennis l: Rifle Team l, 2, 3: Aggie Club l, 2, 3: Dean's List l: Advanced Military. Norma Marjorie Preston Burlington, Vt. Secretarial Cynic l: Chapel Orchestra l: University Or- chestra l: C. A. A. 3: I. R. C. l, 2: New- man Club 1, 2, 3. POWERS PRATT PRESTON PRIOR PRYBYLO PULLI NEN PEKALA Donald Homer Prior Burlington, Vt. Electrical Engineering Intramural Athletics: Electric Engineers: Cor- poral 2: Advanced Military 3. John Anthony Prybylo North Walpole, N. H. Pre-medical Newman Club: Pre-medical Society: Dean's List 1: Corporal. Paul Peter Pullinen Ludlow, Vt. Secondary Education Sigma Alpha Epsildn: Football 2, 3: Basket- ball 2, 3: Interfraternity Athletics 2, 3g In- tramural Athletics 2, 3. Stanley John Pekala Amherst, Mass. Pre-medical Alpha Tau Omega: Interfraternity Athletics: Pre-medical Society: Sergeant: Freshman Drill Squad. fstx 120 -. UNIVERSITY 1942 Olive Ella Ransom Jericho, Vt. Elementary Education Independent: Dean's List 1, 2. Q Myrtle Edith Raymond Bridgewater, Vt. Elementary Education Delta Delta Delta: Outing Club. Alice Beatrice Reichman New York, N. Y. Home Economics Delta Phi Epsilon: Cynic, reporter 2, 3: House Committee 2, 3: Home Economics l, 3: I. R. C. 3: Outing Club 3. Milton Paul Reiser Roxbury. Mass. Pre-medical Phi Sigma Delta: Dean's List 1. 2, 3: Foot- ball l. Merle Congdon Reynolds West Dennis, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Kappa Sigma: Football l : Varsity Rifle Team 2: Intramural Athletics 1: Mechanical Engi- neers 3: Newman Club 1, 2, treasurer 3, 4: Corporal Z. Myers Jay Reynolds, Ill Malone, N. Y. Social Science Sigma Phi: Interfraternity Athletics: Cynic, columnist 3: Interfraternity Council: R. O. T. C. Band l: C. A. A.: I. R. C. 2: John Dewey Club 3: Ira's Folly l, 2: Kake Walk, assistant director 3: Dean's List 3: Fraternity Drill Squad: Advanced Military. June Everen Riddell Graniteville, Vt. Elementary Education Delta Delta Delta: W. A. A. 2: Y. W. C. A. 3: Photography Club 3: I. R. C. 3: Dean's List 2: Scribes 3. RANSOM RAYMOND REICHMAN REISER M. C. REYNOLDS M. J. REYNOLDS RIDDELL 121 UFVEHMIINT ff NIO CLASS Harold Edward Rice North Haven, Conn. Business Kappa Sigma: Football 1, 2, 3, captain-elect 4: Class President 2: Interfraternity Ath- letics 1, 3. Hester Doris Rice Derby Line, Vt. Home Economics Cynic, reporter 2, news editor 3, recording editor 3: Press Club 2, secretary-treasurer 3: Y. W. C. A. 2, 3: Home Economics Club l, 2, 3: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: Omicron Nu Freshman Honor Cup. Dorothy Norma Rockwell Alburg, Vt. Music Education Chapel Orchestra 2: University Choir 2. H. E. RICE H. D. RICE ROCKWELL ROME ROUSSEAU ROY ROZEK Sally Elizabeth Rome Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. Social Science Delta Delta Delta: Staif and Sandal: Sopho- more Aides: W. A. A. Council: Campus Manager Tennis: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, secre- tary 2, vice-president 3: John Dewey Club 2: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, vice-president 2: Outing Club 1: Class Vice-President 3: Beauty Contest 1: Co-ed Major Candidate 2, 3: Kake Walk Queen 2. David George Rousseau Grand Isle, Vt. Pre-medical Alpha Tau Omega: Interfraternity Athletics: R. O. T. C. Band: Pre-medical Society: Ser- geant: Expert Rifleman: Fraternity Drill Squad: Freshman Drill Squad. Marion Etta Roy Malden, Mass. Secretarial W. A. A. 3: Cynic, reporter 2, 3: ARIEL: Y. W. C. A. l, 2, 3. Louis Michael Rozek Berlin, N. H. Pre-medical Alpha Tau Omega: Cross-country 1: Pre- medical Society: Sergeant: Freshman Drill Squad. 122 5' X'--f unlvenslrv 1942 Louise Mary Rugg Essex Junction, Vt. Elementary Education Pi Beta Phi: W. A. A. 2: Riding 2: Y. W. C. A. 1, 3: Home Economics 1. 2: Outing Club 3: Lilac Day 1. Q Janet Elizabeth Rust Burlington, Vt. Home Economics Kappa Alpha Theta: University Players: W. A. A.: W. A. A. Council 1: Modern Dance: Y. W. C. A.: Home Economics: Out- ing Club: Kake Walk Usher 2: Fall Play 1: Junior Week Play 2: Group Plays 1. Bernard Rynowecer New York, N. Y. Social Science Phi Sigma Delta: Cross-country 1: Tennis, assistant manager: Interfraternity Athletics: I. R. C.: John Dewey Club: Outing Club. Robert Clayton Sayre Wadhams, N. Y. Business Alpha Tau Omega: Interfraternity Athletics: I. R. C. 2: Outing Club 1: Fraternity Drill Squad 1. 2, James David Sawyer St. Albans, Vt. Pre-medical Sigma Nu: Key and Serpent 3: Football 1: Basketball 1: Interfraternity Athletics: Intra- mural Athletics: ARIEL, men's editor: Fac- ulty-Student Council: Interfraternity Coun- cil: C. A. A.: 1. R. C.: Outing Club Coun- cil: Newman Club: Pre-medical Society: Class President 3: Dean's List 1: Corporal. Virginia Sargent Montpelier, Vt. Elementary Education Graduate of Miss Whee1ock's School, Boston. 1940. Margaret Joy Sandall Burlington, Vt. Elementary' Education W. A. A. 2, 3: Bowling 3: Rifle Team 3: Y. W. C. A. 2, 3: Photography Club 3: Scribes 3. RUGG RUST RYNOWECER SAYRE SAWYER SARGENT SAN DALL JUNIO 1 123 urvtnmnut NIORS CLASS Antoinette Josephine Salvator Barton, Vt. Pre-medical Alpha Chi Omega: I. R. C. 3: John Dewey Club 2, 3: Newman Club 3: Pre-medical Society 2. Sanford Savin Bridgeport, Conn. Pre-medical Tau Epsilon Phi: Gold Key: Football 1: Track l: Interfraternity Athletics l, 2, 3: Cynic, reporter 2, news editor 3: I. R. C. 3: John Dewey 2, 3: Pre-medical Society 2: Dean's List l, 2, 3: Corporal 3: Fraternity Drill Squad 2: Assistant Manager of Tennis 3: Intramural Council 2. Charlotte Louise Scott Burlington. Vt. Elementary Education Rifle Team: Y. W. C. A. SALVATOR SAVIN SCOTT SEARL SHORTLE SHORES SHIPPEE Sherburn Clyde Searl Ludlow, Vt. Business Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Track l. 2: Interfra- ternity Athletics l, 2: Corporal 2: Fraternity Drill Squad 2: Advanced Military. Charles Ambrose Shortle, Jr. Milton, Mass. Business Phi Delta Theta: Interfraternity Athletics 1. 2, 3: I. R. C. l, 2, 3: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2: Sophomore Hop Chair- man. Loren Wendell Shores Barre, Vt. Classical Goodrich Classical Club: Photography Club: John Dewey Club: Dean's List: Corporal: Classical Scholarship. Ethel Bartlett Shippee West Dover, Vt. Elementary Education Alpha Chi Omega: W. A. A. Council-at- Large: House President: Press Club: Y. W. C. A. 'Ci 124 5 UNIVERSITY 19112 Donald Milburn Sheldon West Springfield, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Tennis 1: Rifle Team 1: Interfraternity Athletics 2: Intramural Athletics 1: 1VIen's Glee Club 2, 3: R. O. T. C. Band 1: Mechanical Engineers: Inde- pendents l: Sergeant: Advanced Military: Freshman Drill Squad. Albert Leslie Shaw Arlington, N. J. Business Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Football 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1: Basketball 1: Interfraternity Ath- letics 1, 2, 3: Intramural Athletics 1, 2: Men's Glee Club: Outing Club: Sophomore I-lop: Corporal: Fraternity Drill Squad 1, 2. Stanton Sirkin New Britain, Conn. Pre-medical Phi Sigma Delta: Interfraternity Athletics: I. R. C.: John Dewey Club: Pre-medical Society: Outing Club: Dean's List 1, 2: Group Plays. Sidney Herbert Sisselman Pittsfleld, Mass. Business Phi Sigma Delta: Baseball 1: Track 1, 2: Cross-country 1, 2: Tennis 1: Interfraternity Athletics: Intramural Athletics: Cynic, re- porter: Faculty-Student Council: Men's De- bating Team: I. R. C.: Outing Club: Ira's Folly: Corporal: Fraternity Drill Squad. Melvin Herbert Small Burlington, Vt. General Science Delta Psi: Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3: Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3: I. R. C. 3: Pre- medical Society 2: Corporal 2: Intramural Council 2, 3. Arnold Chauncey Smith Barton, Vt. Agriculture Alpha Zeta: Track 1: Cross-country 1: In- terfraternity Athletics 1: Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, vice-president 3: Independents 1: Future Farmers of America: Dean's List 1, 2: Alpha Zeta Proficiency Award Z: Hood Scholarship 2, 3: Alpha Gamma Rho Club 3. Charles Bingham Smith, Jr. Craftsbury Common, Vt. Secondary Educalion Transfer from Vermont Junior College: Ski Team: Intramural Athletics: Independents. SHELDON SHAW SIRKIN SISSELMAN SMALL A. SMITH C. SMITH JUNIO 125 1' urvsnmunr NIO CLASS Roderick Lee Smith Richford, Vt. Electrical Engineering Sigma Nu: Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2. Roger Frederick Smith Waitsfield, Vt. General Science Werner Neumann Snow Burlington, vt. Business R. L. SMITH R. F. SMITH SNOW SPASYK SPIWAK STIEARNS STREETER John J. Spasyk Pittstield, Mass. Secondary Education Phi Delta Theta: Key and Serpent: Gold Key: Champlain Sabres: Football 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2: Basketball 1: Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3: Intramural Athletics 1, 2: Faculty-Student Council 2: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Sophomore Hop: Military Ball: Corporal: Sergeant: Advanced Military. Ruth Sydney Spiwak Forest Hills, N. Y. Secretarial Delta Phi Epsilon: W. A. A. Council-at- Large: Basketball 2: Bowling 2: House Com- mittee 3: Y. W. C. A.: 1. R. C. 3. Martha Jane Stearns St. Johnsbury, Vt. Home Economics Kappa Alpha Theta: W. A. A. 1, 2: Bowling 1: Modern Dance 1, 2: Y. W. C. A. 1: Home Economics Club 1, 2: Outing Club 1. Glenn Clayton Streeter Concord, Vt. Agriculture Independents: Alpha Zeta, Aggie Club 1, 2, 3: Future Farmers of America 2, 3: Dean's List 1, 2: Advanced Military, 126 UNIVERSITY 1942 Robert Charles Steinman Brooklyn, N. Y. Pre-medical Phi Sigma Delta: Track 2: Cross-country 3: Rifle Team 2: Interfraternity Athletics 2, 3: Men's Glee Club 3: John Dewey Club Z, 3: Outing Club 2, 3: Dean's List Z: Group Players 2. James Humphrey Stephen Copper Cliff, Ontario Civil Engineering Sigma Phi: Track l: Cross-country 1, var- sity manager: Cynic 1: C. A. A. 2: Civil Engineers 2, 3: Outing Club Council 3, Out- ing Club 1, 3: Ira's Folly 1, Z: Corporal Z: Advanced Military 3: Fraternity Drill Squad 1, 2. George Hazen Stickney East Thetford, Vt. Electrical Engineering Rifle Team: Electrical Engineers: Independ- ents: Engineers Week Committee 3: Sergeant: Fraternity Drill Squad: Advanced Military: Freshman Drill Squad. Norman Renwick Stoddard Peacham, Vt. Agriculture Baseball 1: Track 2: Cross-country 3: Aggie Club: Independents: Future Farmers of America: Dean's List 3. James Albert Sudbay, Jr. Gloucester, Mass. Pre-medical Phi Delta Theta: Interfraternity Athletics 2: 3: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: Pre-medical So- ciety 2: Sergeant l: Advanced Military 2, 3. Waino Miljo Suojafnen Ludlow, Vt. Business Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Baseball scrub 2: In- terfraternity Athletics 1, 2: Intramural Ath- letics 1, 2: Cynic, news editor: I. R. C. 1, 2, 3: Dean's List l, 2: Honor Scholarship. June Nathalie Swanson Schenectady, N. Y. Secretarial Kappa Alpha Theta: W. A. A. 2, 3: Health Council l: ARIEL, organization editor: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3: Lilac Day: Class Plays. STEINMAN STEPHEN STICKNEY STODDARD SUDBAY SUOJANEN SWANSON JUNIO 127 UFVERMIINT NIORS CLASS Abraham Swartz Boston, Mass. Pre-medical Independent: Intramural Athletics 1, 2: Men's Debating Team 1. 2, 3: Dean's List 3: Kingsley Prize Winner l, 2: Wrestling Cham- pion 2. Sigmunt Joseph Sysko Bellows Falls, Vt. Electrical Engineering Independent: Baseball l. 2, 3: Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2. 3: Electrical Engineers. William Winston Talbert Waterbury, Vt. General Science Track 2: Intramural Athletics 1, 2: Dean's List l: Corporal 2: Advanced Military 3: Freshman Drill Squad 1. SWARTZ SYSKO TALBERT TAYLOR THAYER TREFREN TUCKER Janet Taylor Attleboro. Mass. Home Economics W. A. A. 1, 2: Riding 2: Y. W. C. A. l, 2, 3: Home Economics Club 2. 3. Robert Dwight Thayer Burlington, Vt. Commercial Teaching Alpha Tau Omega: Gold Key: Kappa Phi Kappa 3: Rifle Team l. 2: Interfraternity Council 3: Men's Glee Club 2: Chapel Or- chestra 2: Newman Club: Fraternity Drill Squad 1, 2: Opera 1: Winner Sophomore Drill Down. Elmer Leonard Trefren Lyndonville, Vt. General Science Dean's List: Sergeant: Advanced Military: Freshman Drill Squad. Norman Douglas Tucker Fitchburg. Mass. Social Science Sigma Phi: Interfraternity Athletics l, 2. 3: I. R. C. 2, 3: Interfraternity Handbook 2: Outing Club: Interfraternity Council 3: Ira's Folly 2: Fraternity Drill Squad 2: Group Plays 1. UNIVERSITY JUNIO Mary Elizabeth Tuckerman New Haven, Conn. Home Economics Kappa Alpha Theta: Sophomore Aides: W. A. A. 1, 3: Cynic: Y. W. C. A. 1,31 Home Economics Club 1, 3: Outing Club 3: Dean's List 1: Lilac Day 1. Cecile Rita Villemaire Winooski, Vt. Elementary Education Bowling: Y. W. C. A.: Newman Club. Robert Donald Wakefield Burlington, Vt. Pre-medical Sigma Nu: Football, assistant manager 3: ln- terfraternity Athletics 1, 2: Newman Club l. 3: Pre-medical Society: Fraternity Drill Squad 1. William Chester Walker, II Cabot, Vt. Agriculture Intramural Athletics Z, 3: V. C. A. 3: Aggie Club 1, 2, 3: Independents 1: Future Farmers of America 2, 3. Margaret Ward North Danville, Vt. Commercial Teaching Dean's List l, 2: Lilac Day l. Harry Abel Way, ll Burlington, Vt. Mechanical Engineering Charles Alymer Webster Orleans, Vt. Agriculture Independent: Gold Key: Track 1, 2: Cross- country 1, 2, 3: Aggie Club 1, 2, 3: Inde- pendents 1, 2, 3, secretary 3: Future Farmers of America 1. 2, 3: Corporal: Honorary Captain Freshman Cro ss-c ountry: Co-captain Varsity Cro ss-c ountry 4. TUCKERMAN VILLEMAIRE WAKEFIELD WALKER WARD WAY C. WEBSTER . l 129 IIFVERMIINT W' CLASS Frederick Henry Webster Orleans, Vt. Agriculture Independent: Alpha Zeta: Track 1, Z, 3: Cross-country 1, 2, 3: Interfraternity Ath- letics 1, 2, 3: Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3: Aggie Club 1, 2, 3: Independents 1, 2, 33 Future Farmers of America, vice-president, treasurer: Co-captain Cross-country 4. Dean Herbert Wheeler Marshfield, Vt. Pre-medical Joseph Allen White, Jr. Essex Fells, N. J. Social Science Lambda Iota: Gold Key, secretary 2: Foot- ball 1, 2: Baseball 1: Track 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, captain-elect 3: Interfraternity Athletics: Intramural Athletics: Interfraternity Hand- book, editor-in-chief 3: Interfraternity Coun- cil, president 3: Sophomore Hop, floor chair- man 2: Corporal: Fraternity Drill Squad: Freshman Drill Squad. F. WEBSTER WHEELER J. A. WHITE J. J. WHITE WILBUR WILCOMB WILMOTH John Joseph White Needham, Mass. Business Kappa Sigma: Key and Serpent 3: Football 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2: Interfraternity Ath- letics 1, Z, 3: Intramural Athletics 1, 2: Hockey: I. R. C. 1, 2, 3: Newman Club l, 2, 3: Kake Walk, program 3: Sophomore Hop 2: Dean's List 3: Corporal 23 Freshman Drill Squad: Fraternity Drill Squad 1, 2. Norma Elizabeth Wilbur Glover, Vt. Commercial Teaching House President: Y. W. C. A.: Outing Club 1, 2. Barbara Ann Wilcomb St. Johnsbury, Vt. Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega. Roxana Dorothy Wilmoth Ludlow, Vt. General Science 130 5 UNIVERSITY 1942 Sarah Adelaide Wilson Gray, Me. Social Science Delta Delta Delta: W. A. A. Council-at- Large 3: Health Council 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais l. 2: John Dewey Club 2, 3: Outing Club: Dean's List l, 2. 3. William Edward Wilson Lyndonville, Vt. Elementary Education University Choir. Helen Marie Witham Burlington, Vt. Commercial Teaching Staff and Sandal, secretary 3: Archery: Bowl- ing: Newman Club l, 2, 3, secretary 2: Dean's List 1, 3: Lilac Day Chaiman. Hazen Francis Wood Randolph, Vt. Elementary Education Delta Psi: Key and Serpent: Gold Key, vice- president: Kappa Phi Kappa: Baseball l, 2. captain 1: Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3: Basketball l, 2, 3: ARIEL, circulation man- ager: Interfraternity Council: I. R. C. l, Z, 3: Outing Club 3: Sophomore Hop 2: Foot- ball Hop 3: Sergeant 2: Fraternity Drill Squad l, 2: Advanced Military: Expert Rifle- man: Community Interfraternity Sing 2. Pal-ricia Earle Wood Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Commercial Teaching Pi Beta Phi: Y. W. C. A. 3: Outing Club l: Kake Walk, usher 1, 2: Lilac Day 1. Mary Jeanne Woolley Glen Cove, N. Y. Social Science Pi Beta Phi: Sophomore Aides 2: University Players l, 2, 3: W. A. A. Council 2: Coun- cil-at-Large 3: Campus Co-manager Tennis 2: Hockey 1, 2: ARIEL 3, co-biography editor: Pan-Hellenic Council 3: Women's Glee Club 3: Lilac Day 1: Beauty Contest 1, 3: Co-ed Major Candidate 2. 3: Fall Play l: Group Plays 1: John Dewey Club 2, 3: Kake Walk Queen 3. Addie Joyce Woodruff Jericho, Vt. Commercial Teaching Bowling 3: Women's Glee Club 1: Y. W. C. A. l, 2: Le Cercle Francais l. 2: John Dewey Club 3, 4: Dean's List 1, 2, 3. S. WILSON W. WILSON WITHAM H. WOOD P. WOOD WOOLLEY WOODRUFF JUNIO 131 UFVERMIINT I Nm CLASS 1942 Harriet Lee Woods Waterbury, Vt. Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega: W. A. A. 1: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3: Out- ing Club 2. Jane Wray Burlington, Vt. Secretarial Pi Beta Phi: W. A. A. Council-at-Large: W. A. A. Bowling: Ski Team: Lilac Day: Beauty Contest. Beatrice Cecilia Wright Windsor, Vt. ' Home Economics Bowling 2, 3: Cynic, reporter 2, 3, news editor 3: House President 1: Press Club 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. 2, 3: Home Economics 1, 2, 3: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: W. A. A. 3. WOODS WRAY WRIGHT YOUNG ZELLINGER Jean Gertrude Young Elmhurst, N. Y. Social Science Delta Delta Delta: Sophomore Aides: Cynic, reporter 1, 2, 3: Wx'nnowz'ngs from the Mill, essay editor 2: Bluestockings Club 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3: 1. R. C. 1, 2: John Dewey Club 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Opera 1: Scribes, founder, president 1, 2, 3. John Joseph Zellinger St. Albans, Vt. Pre-medical Kappa Sigma: Baseball 1, 2: Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3: Faculty-Student Council 3: Men's Czlee Club 1. 2: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: I. R. C. 3: Pre-medical Society 1, 2: Dean's List 1, 2, 3: Corporal: Fraternity Drill Squad 1, 2. 132 Zin iliilexnnrtam +P It is with sincere sorrow that we dedicate this Junior section to our beloved classmate JOHN MERRITT THOMAS Whose passing leaves us with a sadness which Words cannot express. 133 Q. A 3 :I Q -'g ' l in 1 fuuullln I "PJf'p'v - I 2 U I-1 ' llul 'f .-. . 11. Qu 1, , , a J i , 12 . - ' -f."z-,zvrsgf ' - M .- "E.far1s, '- im' 1' 32.15 Kifligu' - ."' fuk- 1 , tliif ?v.,:,,., 352' -A:fs':fff'k K ,zfiwfv - E fi' 1119- .Mfrs .iz'..' fi , 64- " --- 'ii 11:11-.:vew.Af ' ' -'EQQIIJV N 15-3-Q,-.5-:gy gk,-,.,.QS I qv. -41, -2.5-.x,-.1a3.' .jijgrvidk Hg X4 . - .- 52,.:,:5-A -I" -ilrfgfbgm wifi: ' gui-7' 'fx if 11 'ff SOPHOMCDRES S SCPH LIST BERNARD GLASS, MARY GERMAINE, PATRICIA PIKE, WINSTON EDDY TREASURER Abbott, Emma Mae EI' Literary Science Dorset, Vt. Abbott, Leigh Gates KE Pre-mea'ical Wellesley Farms, Mass. Abbot, Roberta J. Social Science Orchard Park, N. Y. Abell, Marjorie Esther IIB4' Home Economics Burlington, Vt. Alberghini, Roy Edward Secondary Education Orleans, Vt. Alpert, Joseph Pre-medical Newton, Mass. Amee, Alfred Franklin Elementary Education Randolph, Vt. Anderson, Helena Home Economics West Glover, Vt. Anderson, Mildred Charlotte Home Economics West Rutland, Vt. Bacon, Elizabeth Mitchell Social Science North Haven, Conn. Bailey, Cynthia Glenna AX9 Home Economics Essex Junction, Vt. Barber, Clarence Edward AW Business Brattleboro, Vt. Baum, Seymour James CPEA Literary-Scientific Bridgeport, Conn. Beatty, Martha Irene Mabel AEA Secretarial Burlington, Vt. Beck, Ralph William Civil Engineering Royalton, Vt. Benoit, Marguerite Constance AEA Social Science Leominster, Mass. Benoit, Wilfred Joseph '1-'A9 Business New London, Conn. Benson, Kathleen Elementary Education Barre, Vt. Berig, Eleanor Ruth Social Science Brockton, Mass. Bevins, Florence Marion AX9 Home Economics Burlington, Vt. Bielli, Ronald Rosso ' Electrical Engineering Barre, Vt. Birnie, Mrs. Marion A. Elementary Education Barre, Vt. Black, Warner John KE Social Science Burlington, Vt. Blakely, Edwin Harmond Eff: Business Burlington, Vt. Blume, Jean Helen ARE General Science Ansonia, Conn. SECRETARY v:cE-PRESIDENT PRESIDENT Bolton, Wessen Dudley Special Cabot, Vt. Bone, Caroline Joyce AX9 Pre-medical Gardner, Mass. Brill, Jerry 'PEA Social Science Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooks, Ethel Lucille Elementary Education Middlebury, Vt. Brown, Alice Estelle Elementary Education Marshfield, Vt. Brown, Lester Putnam EN Business Pittsfield, Mass. Browne. Henry Nelson General Science Burlington, Vt. Brum, Leonard Pre-medical Forest Hills, N. Y. Burnell, Ruth Sherwood Social Science St. Albans, Vt. Burns, Barbara Elaine HB9 Secretarial Rutland, Vt. Burns, Barbara Merrill Home Economics Montpelier, Vt. Butler, Mary Phyllis AAA Classical Taunton, Mass. Butterfield, Hazel Edna Home Economics Middlebury, Vt. Buttles, John Lake Atl' Mechanical Engineering Burlington, Vt. Byrnes, Marion Margarot AEA Secretarial Burlington, Vt. Cain, Robert Nolan KE Pre-medical Burlington, Vt. Caccavo, Ralph Michael KE Pre-medical Barre, Vt. Campbell, David Main EAE Pre-medical Hartford. Conn. Cannon, Martin John Pre-medical Rutland, Vt. Carbino, Marjorie Elaine Elementary Education Bridgewater, Vt. Cargill, Dorothy Ethel Secondary Education Island Pond, Vt. Carpenter, J. H. Mechanical Engineering Charlotte, Vt. 136 Carr, Beverly May Home Economics Burlington, Vt. Carter, Suzanne Jane Elementary Education Barre, Vt. Cassidy, Margaret Lorretta Elementary Education Burlington, Vt. Cerutti, S. A. Mechanical Engineering Plainfield, Vt. Chapin, William Tyler Electrical Engineering Essex Jct., Vt. Charles, Margaret Ann Social Science Locust Valley, N. Y. Chernichaw, Nathan Harry 'PEA Pre-medical Newark, N. J. Chesarone, Philip James ATU Civil Engineering Waban, Mass. Childs, Helen Dean AAA Home Economics Brooklyn, N. Y. Ciofli, Celia Marion Elementary Education St. Albans, Vt. Close, Virginia Lee Literary-Scientiic White River Junction, Vt. Coderre, Theresa Cecile Secretarial Swanton, Vt. Cole, Helen Pauline Elementary Education Quechee, Vt. Cooley, Ruth H. Music Education Randolph, Ctr., Vt. Corbett. Joseph Edward KE Mechanical Engineering N. Tonowanda, N. Y. Corliss, Duncan Mckeith EN General Science Wells River, Vt. Corry, Margaret Halstead Secretarial Montpelier, Vt. Counos, Sophia Marjory Elementary Education Burlington, Coutu, Jeanne Cecile Elementary Education Westfield, Vt. Crown, Merle Wesson Vt. Agriculture Groton, Vt. Cushing, Morton Learned KE Social Science St. Albans, Vt. ERSIY UNIV T Cycleman, Monroe Albert Fenix, Robert Emmot Grover, Robert Morris Pre-medical Agriculture Burlington, Vt. Agriculture York Village, Me. Cedar Hurst, L. l., N. Y. Fisher, Murray Irwin TE? Hackwell. Janet Agnes HB9 Cyr, Lloyd John Business New York, N. Y. Social Science Montpelier, Vt. Mechanical Engineering Franklin, Vt. Fisher, Priscilla Ellie Haley, Francis William Daly, George Forrest, Jr. Elementary Education General Sfieme Rutland. Vt- Mechanical Engineering Bartonsville, Vt, Hall, June Louise Hyde Park, Vt. Fisk, E. O. Elementary Education Derby, Vt. Darling. Raymond Frederick AI Classical Barron, Vr. Hamilton, Roy Gordon Social Science Bloomfield, N. J. Flint, Margaret M0Cl7l1f1iCl1l Efiglfleeffng Darling, R. C. Home Economics Omaha, Neb. H I L dW1ll1amStOWn. VIA? Business Brockton, Mass. Fowler, Franklin Jghn arrxnlgtono eonar K X Davis, Mary Elizabeth Agriculture Manchester Depot, Vt. Social Science N. Wrlbraham, Mass. General Science Arlington, Va. Frabotta, Palmina Nancy Haffls- IFWEU I-99 ' 'PEA Delano, Arthur Brookins, Jr. EN Pre-medical North Uxbridge, Mass. Pre-medical I Winsted, Conn. Civil Engineering Shoreham, Vt. Franklin, Dorothy Viola 21' Hart, Mary Louise U AAA Deming, Elizabeth LewisH KA9 Elementary Education Elemenfg!! Egucfglon L I N Y Social Science New aven, Conn. East Ryegate, Vt. ast' atc ogue. . ., . . Dlke, Jangt B KA9 Gage, Terrence Frederick HBE-IVIQY' 53013 LIVE KA9 Home conomics urlington, Vt. Pre-medical Vergennes, Vt. ome conomzcs Dggfflgr, Elaine Jeanne AAA Galipeauy Rgbgrt Homer ATQ H h d C New Rochelle, Y.2Q Home Economics S d Ed r' T , Vg, ay, 1C ar armon D h R Hastiggl-on-Hudson, N. Y. Gariiiijrllirriifle Elriiilgm my H Pt'-n3edicaIH Burlington, Vt. o erty. obert arles Elementary Education Cabot, Vt. ear , and unter ' Secondary Education Meriden, Conn. Germain, Evroul Samuel ATS! Elementary Education Barton, Vt. Dorion, Walter Irving ATS! Business Burlington, Vt. Henessey, Robert Eugene KE Secondary Education Rutland, Vt. Germain, Mary Elizabeth AXQ Business Bridgeport, Conn. Duckworth, James Figld fl ld M General Science Glens Falls, N. Y. Higgins, Maryglsne ' Agriculture pring e , ass. Gibsgn, Sarah Elizabeth ementary ucatzon Dudley, Wayne Goodro ATQ p . d'Cal Sh o , Vt, Burlington, Vt. Secondary Education Shoreham, Vt. Gilbgitinglgred Grover at n KE Hoffman, June Winifred AAA Dunbar, Barbara Mae AEA Business South Acton, Mass. Classical , BIOHX. N. Y- Elementaziy Education St. Albans, Vt. Gilman, Joyce Eleanor AXQ Holden, Henry Charles Duncan. J- . C1 ' 1 L d '11 V, Pre-medical Westford, Vt. M9Ch0f1l'CUlEf19l'U99f"f19 ' aww yn OHV! ei t Hollowell Marie Corrinne Montpelier Vt Gmsberg' Hyman L' i S ' 'fi C f C1 N J r - ' 1 ' ' , , iterar - cient: c ran or , . . DYkens, James Warren KE Glismggfnard Lewglew Bmam COXMEEA Holmes, L' l I Pre'med'CaI . . Worcester' Mass' Social Science Burlington, Vt. Secondary Education Brlstol, Vt. Earley' Robert Wllllqm . Gold Paul Norton IDEA Honsinger, Jackson Evans A-T9 E Efflitrgggltflzgflngfgggoliurlmgton' Vt' Pre-medical Brooklyn, N. Y. Pre-f712diC0l ' Albllfg. Vt- as ' ' ' 1 EbHomiIEfOnOX'iCih Shoreham' Vt' Goljclgiigedizlcilalne TunBi'1i:oklyn, N. Qin HoGV:neilIIlltSii1'ence Tunbridge, Vt. i-lime Zliignlizomgis a Fairfax Vt Goldblatt' Jacob 'PEA Hoyt' Joh-n Prescgtt - - Eddy Winston Milo ' AXP Special fGene,-gl Science, Mechan1calEn.g1neer1ng Milton, Vt. Pre-medical Burlington, Vt. Bf00k1vHfN-Y- HUg1P1?f2Y' Wllllam Wagfg' JLN SEAE Eisenwinter, Philip Donald 24' Goldman' 'lack Jay , VTEQ H usmegs any' ' ' Secretarial Winchester' Mass' Pre-medical' Burlington, t. u'E1ter,I Sane D N H Eldredgey Joan Emma AAA Gorney, Sophie octa czence over, . . Secretarial Waterbury, Vt. Social Science' Attleboro, Mass. Husk, Agnes Isabel I I Esteyl Rufus O., Jr' Aq, Goss, John Plfnhp Elementary Education Ferrisburg, Vt. Agriculture Springfield, Vr. G Secogiafg Education Wilder' Vfkx Iblk Rlchlifd Henfl' B 1. t WEN F cteau, Henrietta Ita OSS. 2 P USS? gncu, we ur mg On' ' aSecretarial Castle Point, N. Y. Mefhafillfal Englineeflng JeHkSf,E11Zabefh , HBKP Farrar, Isabelle Louise Burlington, Vt. Social Science Burlington, Vt. Elementary Education Gravel, Claire F. -101128, Allefl Tewksbury 1 ' EN Craftsbur Common, Vt. Social Science Winooski, Vt. Pre-medical Morrisville, Vt. 1 Y v ' Farrell, Gloria Rosita AXQ Grier, Cathryn Van R. KA9 Jones, Llewellyn Martin EN Elementary Education Rutland, Vt. Social Science Hamden, Conn. General Science Swanton, Vt. Fellows, Patricia Jean Grosvenor, Richard Pollard ZAE Jones, Nan Marion Secondary Education Springfield, Vt. General Science Winchester, Mass. Secretarial Burlington, Vt. ALUMNI REVUE HOUSE DANCE? oWl.s ICE SCULPTURE 137 477 or v E n M n NT Joseph, Clifford TE? Pre-medical New York, N. Y. Karelitz, Martin Herman TEfI2 Business Haverhill, Mass. Kaufman, Milton Reuben Pre-medical Mountaindale, N. Y. Keelan, Agatha Corrinne Home Economics Montgomery, Vt. Kelley, Charlotte Katherine Libby, Edith Frances Home Economics St. Albans, Vt. Lipman, Faye Ruth Social Science W. Hartford, Conn. Little, George Edward Ai' Social Science Burlington, Vt. Lund, Beth Inez Home Economics Hartford, Conn. Lyle, Mary Messinger Neser, Marie Elisabeth Elementary Education Burlington, Vt. Nestler, Warren Byrne 'PA9 Pre-medical New Rochelle, N. Y. Newell, Ruth Marie AAA Home Economics Stamford, Conn. Newton, Ross Buchanan Mechanical Engineering ATQ Home Economics W. Rutland, Vt. Social Science Fairlee, Vt. Hyde Park, Vt. Kelley, Mary Elizabeth Lynch, Joan Frances IIB? Niomi, John William Secondary Education Bennington, Vt. Secretarial Burlington, Vt. Classical Hyannis, Mass. Kenneld, Morris Wellesley McCabe, John Frederick Noble, John Savage EAE Mechanical Engineering Pre-medical Burlington, Vt. Business Orange, Conn. Essex Junction, Vt. McCormick, Thomas Alwin Norris, Jean Anne AEA Kennedy, H. W., II Mechanical Engineering Pre-medical Summit, N. J. Pre-medical Waterbury, Vt. Burlington, Vt. Nutter, Donald Joseph 'PA9 Kenyon, P. 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O'Brien, Ellen Ann Music Education Waterbury, Vt. O'Grady, Robert Francis Electrical Engineering Essex Jct., Vt. Orban, Ernest Andrew ZAE Civil Engineering Fairfield, Conn. Orne, Lillian Edith Home Economics Irasburg, Vt. Otis, Robert Samuel ASI' Agriculture Burlington, Vt. Ouimette, Leonard Hazard Agriculture Swanton, Vt. Owens, George Everette Ciuil Engineering Wilbraham, Mass. Pacini, Charles Vincent KE Chemistry No. Tonawanda, N. Y. Paddleford, Virginia Lois General Science So. Ryegate, Vt. Page, Richard Wallace 24' Social Science Burlington, Vt. Page, Wayne Harold Electrical Engineering Hyde Park, Vt. Palermo, Biagio KZ? Social Science Waterbury, Vt. Palinkos, Bertha Helen Pre-medical Norwalk, Conn. Palmer, Margaret Helen AAA Social Science Malone, N. Y. Pangburn, Edward Jameson Business Upper Montclair, N. J. Parker, Marjorie Waite Social Science Goffstown, N. H. Parkhurst, Gerald Francis Pre-medical Bennington, Vt. Paterson, William Arthur ASI' Agriculture Barre, Vt. 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THE PUBLICATIONS, UNENDING WORK FOR A FEW, BUT SO WELL WORTH IT ALL, THE LITER- ARY CLUBS, PROVIDING A MEETING GROUND FOR KINDRED SPIRITS, THE MUSICAL ORGANIZATIONS, A PLEASURE TO THE PLAYERS AS WELL AS TO THE LISTENERS, THE DEPARTMENTAL CLUBS, A CLEARING HOUSE FOR THE IDEAS OF THOSE WITH A COMMON GOAL-THE ACTIVITIES. THE VERMONT CYNIC THIRD Row-woLEE, ITzKowITz, BLACK, GLASS, SAVIN, PEASE, BURGESS, LITTLE SECOND Row-PIKE, coHN, BUTTEREIELD, FRENCH, BASCH, ZWICK, GOODWIN, RICE, .IARECKIE FRONT Row-LEVIN, KATZEW, JONES, DRUM, Moonv, PROF. DEAN. METCALF, WILCOX. SMITH. KENNEY. HUNTING Editor-in-Chief . . . Managing Editor . . Women's Editor . . . Sports Editor .... Feature Editor ..... Recording Editor . . Campus Editor .... Photographic Editor Exchange Editor . . . Radio Editor .,.., Staff Secretary . . . Columnist .... Staff Assistant . . . Faculty Advisor . . . NEWS EDITORS F. Bardossi H. Basch W. J. Black J. H. Burgess Barbara Butterfield Ruth Conner Myrna G. French Nancy G. 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John Royer Office Manager .........,.....,.. . . .Anne B. Cohn Staff Members .....,.....,............ Edwin Blakely William Pierce Winston Eddy Patricia Pike Warren Nestler Clifford Pease ROBERT KENNEY, MAYWOOD NIETCALF BUSINESS MANAGER EDITOR UNIVERSITY ARIEL SECOND ROW-KATZEW, PIKE, CORLISS, BURGESS, LOGAN FRONT ROW-GOODWIN, WOOLLEY, SAWYER, HUNTING, BUTTERFIELD, MILLER, BOTTOMLEY, SWANSON BUSINESS BOARD EDITORIAL BOARD Business Manager ....................... Clark Miller Editor-in-Chief .................... Roger B. Hunting Assistant' Managers . . . . . .A. C. Moore, Gloria Oling Managing Editor D g . ,,.,. F1-ed P, Logan Advertising Manager . . . ...,.... Barbara Butterheld Meds Editor Iln- '-.'.- D avid Sawyer Circulation Manager ' ' ""' Hazen Wood Women's Editor . . . . . .Barbara Butterfield Organization Editor . . ..... June Swanson Men's Sports Editor ..... .,............. J ack Burgess Women's Sports Editor ,................ Harriet Nelson Photographic Editors ......, Nancy Goodwin, Stanley Pike CLARK MILLER ROGER HUNTING Biography Editors . , .... Jeanne Woolley, Edward Corliss BUSINESS NIANAGEH EDITOR 4 i "A"'."'-"" I O . . . . . ..... . . . . . . EDITORIAL SCRUBS Marjorie Abell Virginia Harrington Alfred Amee Mary Louise Hart Phyllis Bell George Little Bill Benoit Virginia Mitchell Kay Benson Jim Moore Paula Berger Warren Nestler Warner Black John Noble Eddie Blakely Bob Norton Lilla Blumberg Patty Page Claire Coffin Thelma Packard Peggy Corry William Pierce Georgette Coutu Patty Pike Dorothy Davis Dudley Davis Elizabeth Deming Janet Dike Barbara Dunbar Henrietta Eacteau Pat Fellows Palmina Erabotta Bernard Glass Bill Goeler Helaine Goldberg 475 Betty Pratt Bob Pulleyn Marion Roy Dick Swift Oliver Swift Ruth True Bob White Claire White Harriet Wilson Margaret Wilson Dot Wimett 153 il UF VEHMUNT INTERFRATERNITY HANDBOOK KATZEW, WHITE, TUCKER Edztor ........... .,.... J . Allen Whlte , , Editors ....... ..... J ane Judd Busmess Manager . . , 4... Norman Tucker , Merrltt Colehamer Photography ,... .,.... C harles Katzew , Busmess Managers , . ...... Anne Cohn COLEHAMER, PARTRIDGE, COHN Chester Partridge FRESHMAN HANDBOOK T5 154 UNIVERSITY SECOND ROW-SANDALL., BARDOSSI, CHAFFEE. ZWICK FRONT ROW-JARECKIE. GREENE. COFFIN, THORNTON OFFICERS THE SCRIBES President ................... Margaret Drum Vice-President ...... ..... J udith Perry Secretary-Treasurer .... . . .Elizabeth Chaifee HONORARY MEMBER Social Chairman ...........,.. Angeline Ducas Elliot Merrick Jean Brooks Doris Jareckie - - Elizabeth Chaffee Harriet Kieslich Igfffgocliaafffissl HarryJIf,Qie1I5ZgQj 1XIarg?ret grum JJ3f1iqL13'Ons Corinne Cofiin Marolyn Powers Flnge lducas M uL1t Ifrry Herbert Dowling Margaret Sandall Mora IFQ h ary Etta SOO? Georgina Greene Stuart Smith J ymlil urenc J ea? au June Hoffman Dorothy Thornton une a ean Oung Doris Jareckie Jean Young Jacob Katz Daan Zwick Huddee Zwick BLUESTOCKINGS SECOND ROW-POWERS. ANNIS FRONT ROW-PERRY, DRUM, CHAFFEE, DUCAS 155 urvenmgnnr 2 TH E CATAMOUNTS THIRD ROW-BEAUDRY, MINKLER SECOND ROW-CONNERS, JOHNSON, PICHIERRI, BARROWS FRONT ROW-EDGERTON, VIENS, BEVINS, BOUTLIER THE CATAMOUNTS, popular college band, were organized in 1938 by Louis Pichierri and Wayne Barrows, music students of the class of 1941. It is a cooperative band which divides the proceeds of a dance equally among the members, but Wayne and Louis are co-playing-directors of the organiza- tion. They play the house dances of the various fraternities and sororities as well as many of the larger dances of the year such as the Military Ball, the Football Hop, and the Senior Prom, while last year they spent the Christmas vacation playing at the Lake Placid Club in Lake Placid, New York. The members of the band are: Wayne Barrows . , Wesley Beaudry ., . . . .Piano . . .Drums Hiram Bevins , . . Saxophone Harold Boutlier . . Saxophone Mahlon Conners . . . .Trumpet Roger Edgerton . . Saxophone Robert Johnson . . ,Trumpet Thomas Keighley . . .Trumpet Chester Minkler . . .Bass Viol Louis Pichierri . . . ,Guitar Joseph Viens .,.. Saxophone We trust that with the graduation of its leaders the Catamounts will not pass out of existence but the survivors will carry on in giving their vital con- tribution to the social life at Vermont. WAYNE BARROWS AT THE KEYS 156 UNIVERSITY R. O. T. C. BAND Director .......... . . .Joseph F. Lechnyr Technical Sergeant Staff Sergeant . . . Staff Sergeant . . . Staff Sergeant . . . Israel Goodman . . . .Frank Proctor . . . .Oliver Swift ......................JohnLandry Sgt. James A. Pickett Drillmaster Lieut. Carl Schofield Adjutant THE BAND IN ACTION UFQVERMIINT CORNETS AND TRUMPETS I. Goodman L. Burningham R. Bennett H. Carpenter W. D. Bolton R. S. Stockwell H. B. Comings, Jr. S. R. Ziegra HORNS M. Whitcomb W. Lane E. Fuchs FLUTE AND PICCOLO E. Proctor BARITONES R. Alberghini G. Saiger TROMBONES O. Swift W. Black . M. Grover . E. Waldo Stockwell Foster gmmswv CLARINETS S. Boyarsky R. M. Kilburn B. M. Perkins A. A. Thorpe J. Landry R. L. Clark L. Frank W. Pierce R. W. Earley D. Morgan T. A. Dietrich A. Lieberman SAXOPHONES R. O. Sinclair V. A. Manjoney BELL LYRE J. S. Cronk BASSES M. W. Kenfleld P. Dondes DRUMS J. K. Duncan R. E. Marzari M. Shuman E. Erwin R. Humphreys PIANO ACCORDION J. W. Hurst FOURTH ROW-SMITH, HALL, WHITE, MAYFORTH, SOUTHWORTH, SQUIRE, JOHNSTONE, BASSETT, R. GOSS THIRD ROW-RHOADES, LANGEWAY, TRUE, FALBY, JENNESS, BEVINS, MALONE, EISENWINTER, BRAWN SECOND ROW-HILL, FARRELI., CODERRE, ROGERS, SAULT, POULIN, PICHIERRI, NORTON, PROF. MILLIKAN, BARROWS FRONT ROW-E. JENKS, MILLER, COLE, LAKE, PROF. BENNETT, CALKINS. HAINES, WILSON, P. JENKS U N G I R Director ....... .... P rofessor H. G. Bennett Concert Master . . . ..... Mr. Michael Anselmo SOPRANO ALTO FIRST VIOLIN SECOND VIOLIN H. Bevins G. Haines Q. Elilalageth Cole Elji? Ilialllgy Rosemary Thayer Natalie Spear ofa 1 if I Y S h B ' h M L Ruth Hopkins Shirley Mayforth ara ng am ary essor Elizabeth Jenks Marion Rhoades CEI-I-0 CLARINET Earlene Jenness Frances Rogers Freda Harris 3. Boyal-sky Florence Smith Helen Sault J, Goss J, Thayer Janice Spear Marjorie Southworth Virginia Wight Doris Squire FLUTE V101-A TENOR BASS .gZaliL1yVSilEg Dorothy Moseley H. Bevins W. Barrows ACCOMPANIST R. Johnstone O. Brawn ' - T Malone K C 1k,n Mrs. Miriam N. Marston . . a 1 s L. Pichierri P. Eisenwintcr P. Poulin G. Millikan W. Salmon CHAPEL ORCHESTRA THIRD ROW-J. GOSS, WISHART, R. GOSS SECOND ROW--BEVINS, J. THAYER, DAVIS, VOGLER, BOYARSKY, HAINES W. Wilson FRONT ROW-WINN, COOLEY, LESSOR, R. THAYER PROF. ANSELIVIO, PROF. BENNETT, PROF. PAPPOUTSAKIS, MOSELEY, SPEAR, HERMAN, BRIGHAM l58 UNIVERSITY President . . . Manager .......... FIRST SOPRANOS A. Elizabeth Cole Nellie Herrmann Nora Hill Ruth Hopkins Eleanor Langeway Marie Lanou Juliette Miller Beverly Pierce Phyllis Pierce Dorothy Rockwell Janice Spear Virginia Wight FIRST ALTOS Barbara Clark Alma Gaylord Mary Hoag SECOND ROW-R. GOSS, J. GOSS, SWIFT, STEINMAN, STOCKWELL, LANE FRONT ROW-PIKE, BARROWS, BEVINS, POULIN, MALONE, FARRAR, CALKINS .ypfvaezbetv MEN'5 GLEE CLUB SECOND SOPRANOS Janet Anderson Barbara Burns Ruth Cheney Elizabeth Chittenden Margaret Delano Aline Gravel Jean Hall Ida Hall Helen Levesque Geraldine Lomas Dorothy Moseley Ellen O'Brien SECOND ALTOS Carolyn Brown Elizabeth Kulka Marjorie Southworth Co-Managers . . FIRST TENORS T. Malone R. McKee R. Norton L. Pichierri S. Pike SECOND TENORS H. Bevins K. Calkins P. Poulin R. Steinman E. Stockwell T. K. Malone P. R. Poulin FIRST BASSES W. Barrows O. Brawn J. Goss R. Goss SECOND BASSES W. Bolton H. Carpenter C. Carver H. Chesney R. WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB THIRD ROW-KULKA, RICE, HOWE, REED, LANOU, CODERRE, HOAG SECOND ROW-PHELPS, ROGERS, SOUTHWORTH. POWERS, DELANO. WISHART, GAYLORD, COOLEY FRONT ROW-SPEAR, SQUIRE, FALBY, BRIGHAM, COLE, HILL, WRISLEY, WINN, LEVESQUE IIFVEBMIINT R. Farrar W. Lane Stockwell F. Swift 2 E SECOND ROW-COHEN, HUNTLEY, CALDWELL FRONT ROW-GLASS. PROF. POWERS, DURFEE, ZWICK MEN'S DEBATING TEAM F. Bardossi A. J. Caldwell J. Cohen H. Durfee B. Glass G. Haines MEMBERS T. Huntley C. Katzew M. Levin W. Musicant A. Swartz D. Zwick Kay LeBaron, manager Jean Stewart Janet Clark Huddee Zwick Harriet Nelson Faye Lipman WOMEN'S DEBATING UNIVERSITY President .,... Vice-President . Secretary ...., Treasurer .... Refreshments .. Social ........ Faculty Advisor THIRD ROW-LILLIE, LA FRAY, RYAN, THAYER, LARELL, LENNIER, FACTEAU, HAYES, STEVENS SECOND ROW-KEELAND, WIMETT, F. GRAVEL, CLARK. BYRNES, C. GRAVEL, MC AULIFFE, MUGFORD, WHALEN, PAQUETTE, STODDARD FRONT ROW-WHITE, NESER, J. E. CORBETT. COSTELLO, FATHER SULLIVAN, J, F. CORBETT, M. WITHAM, ROME, H. WITHAM, KYLE, CASEY N N . . . . .... Gloria Oling B . .. ..,.., ...June Hoffman . . .Margo Benoit . . . . . Stanley Pike . .Alice Needham .......Jean Evans ...ProfessorDoane President . . . Vice-President Secretary , . . OFFICERS . . . .............. ..... J ames Corbett Marjorie Witham . . . . . .Mary Germain .Merle Reynolds, Jr. Treasurer ...................... MEMBERS Emma Abbott Ellen Macomber MEN'S EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Margo Benoit Ruth Mongeon Mary Butler Alice Needham SES Isfjvyer Millicent Clough Gloria Oling Joseph Corbett John Evans Readington Pease John Costello Evelyn Fuller Stanley Pike . Hyman Ginsburg William Puree ' 1 Heleine Goldberg Oliver Swift WOMEN S EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Sally Rome Katherine Kyle Barbara Gallagher LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Helen Wifhem SECOND ROW-BIANCHI, CHARLES. TRUE, DELANO. A. GRAVEL, DUCAS, KEELAND. MC LEAN FRONT ROW-PIERCE, C. GRAVEL, EVANS, OLING, BENOIT, PIKE, FACTEAU, TWITCHELL IIFVEIIMIINT he 2 SECOND ROW-PIERCE. GOVE. WRIGHT, WHITSON. SCHOENEMAN FRONT ROW-BURNELL, WIMETT, FISKE, DUCAS, RICE, MC LEAN, STODDARD PRESS CLUB President ......... .... A ngeline Ducas Secretary-Treasurer . . , Social Chairman .... . . . . .Hester Rice . . . .Miriam Fiske N. Y. A. Supervisor ......... .... J anet Heath MEMBERS Evelyn Adams Pauline Bailey Ruth Burnett Margaret Cassidy Angeline Ducas Miriam Fiske Esther Gove Janet Heath Mary Louise Hart Gwendolyn Marshia Helen McLean Phyllis Pierce Hester Rice Thelma Schoeneman Ethel Shippee Dorothy Stoddard Jessie Swann Harriet Whitson Dorothy Wimett President ......... ..... J ane Lyons Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . .Myrna French Publicity ......... .... M arjorie Abell Shirley Gray Madeline Graves Georgina Greene Elizabeth Gurney Laura Hawley Katherine LeBaron Mildred Mack Louise Mann Shirley Mayforth Grace Meeken Janet Hackwell MEMBERS Gratia Pearl Judith Perry Irene Prondecki Mary Letta Root Janet Rust Jean Stewart Jeanette Thompson Geraldine Wilcox Thelma Wolinsky DRAMATIC CLUB SECOND ROW-ZWICK. PETERSON, ALLEN, ROOT, STEWART FRONT ROW-PAGE, PIKE, LYONS, SMITH, MEEKEN, MACK, FRENCH, ABELL, BUTTERFIELD, GRAY UNIVERSITY I SECOND ROW-COHN, LE BARON, PEARL, BUTTERFIELD FRONT ROW-ROOT GRAY GURNEY COOPER President . . . .... K. W. Johnson Segretary .... C. W. Partridge Historian . . . ............... L. M. Jones Treasurer . . . ................ S. R. Pike, Jr. MEMBERS A- Amee A. Jones J. Bl1I'g2SS L, Jgngg R- Clark E. Livak M. Colehamer C. Partridge E. Corliss M, Pike W Elliott Shores J . Evans H. Tatro R- EVGUS H. Thurber E- Irwm W. Walker K. Johnson R. White VERMONT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Y. W. C. A. COUNCIL President ..... . . .Shirley Gray Vice-President . . . ...... Sally Rome Secretary .................... Joyce Gilman Treasurer ................,... Betty Cooper Editor of Freshman Handbook .....,. Jane Judd Business Manager of Freshman Handbook Anne Cohn Director of Freshman Group . . .Elizabeth Gurney Director of Freshman Camp . . .Elizabeth Gurney Assistant Director of Freshman Camp Gratia Pearl Publicity Chairman .............. Janet Dike Social Service Chairman .........,. Sally Rome Assistant Social Service Chairman Barbara Butterfield Rock Point Chairman .,...... Mary Letta Root Refreshment Chairman . . . . .Barbara Blodgett SECOND ROW-JONES, LIVAK, PEASE, AMEE, BURGESS, WALKER, DURFEE FRONT ROW-CLARK, WHITE, COLEHAMER, CORLISS, PROF. POWERS, JOHNSON, THURBER, PARTRIDGE Aff? UF v E n M u NT SECOND ROW-STETSON. DELANO, CLARK, BECK, PALMER, STEPHEN FRONT ROW-PATTERSON, STOCKWELL, BATCHELDER, TAGGART, DEAN ECKHARD, HOLDEN, WILLSON CIVIL ENGINEERS President . . . .... A. Taggart Secretary .... ..... R . Clark MEMBERS MEMBERS R. L. Clark W. R. Lyman D. V. Collins J. D. Monteith R. Beck Katherine Holden , R. H. Flynn C. H. Partridge C. Clark G. Palmer , F. E. Ford E. F. St. Mary R. Darling W. Stetson , F. R. Swift A. Delano A. Taggart J. Greene H. Willson CHEMISTRY CLUB SECOND ROW-FRANK, BALDWIN, DENTON FRONT ROW-FISK, PARTRIDGE, FORD, CLARK, SWIFT frtx 164 Q..- UIIIVER-SITY THIRD ROW-MARSHALL, WILLIAMS, HOYT, CYR, POTTER, PEASE, TURNER, KEMPTER, TOOLES, MONGEON SECOND ROW-LARELL, STEVENS, KALLMAN, MOORE, SHELDON, BENNETT, ALLEN, TARSHIS, LEVIN, CRONIN FRONT ROW-CORBETT, RAMSDELL, NELSON, PROF. DAASCH, CREED, SMITH, PROF. LUCARINI, YOUNG, EASTON MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Honorary Chairman . . . . .Prof. H. L. Daasch ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS President ....,..... . . .C. Domenichini Chairman ......... ...... E . M. Creed Vice-President ....,,. .... H . Hubbard Vice-Chairman ................ W. E. Young Secretary-Treasurer ......... . . .R. Marshall Secretary-Treasurer ........... R. G. Ramsdell MEMBERS MEMBERS L. N. Button A. C. Moore W. Chapin D' Mom J. F, Corbett Marion F. Nelson C- Clausing D- M0I1'iS0I1 J. E. Cronin H. A. Pease H' Coburn W- Page G. D. Easton R. R. Pond C- DUIU1 F- P1'0CfOf R. S. Hamilton W. L. Potter R. Earley C. Wade B. W. Hill D. M. Sheldon G- HOICICII J. P. Hoyt M. F. Stevens M. R. Kallman R. L. Swift J. L. Kotuby J. H. Tennien J. R. Landry S. Cm. Levin C. W. Tooles R. S. Turner THIRD ROW-MC PHERSON, BIELLI, CHAPIN, WOOD, LAMBERT, MARSHALL, CHESNEY, EARLEY SECOND ROW-PAGE, MAGNANT, STICKNEY, MC GILL, WADE, MORAN, RIGGS FRONT ROW-MORRISON, DUNN, HUBBARD, DOMENICINI, COBURN, PROCTOR, PARKER, CLAUSING 165 1 UF VEIIMIINT THIRD ROW-PAQUETTE, GIFFORD, CLARK, STODDARD, PEASE, LEAMY, DROWN SECOND ROW-FISK, MC LAREN, DANA. MARZARI, BEEBE, CARPENTER, GEORGE FRONT ROWWCROWN, F. WEBSTER. C. WEBSTER, LIVAK, ROOT, JOHNSON, INDEPENDENTS President .. Secretary . . . Treasurer .. R. Alberghini R. Bickford K. Calkins R. Clark R. Copp G. Corsones M. Crown P. Czachor M. Dana G. Dunn W. Gage P. George H. Helberg MEMBERS STREETER President ....... Vice-President . . . Secretary ..... . . . . . . . .F. Livak Treasurer ' ' ' . . .C. A. Webster . . . . . . .J. Root MEMBERS Helena Anderson Jean Aseltine Pauline Bailey R. Kipp Muriel Barber F. Livak Barbara Brewster R. Marzari M. McLean H. Pease J. Root C. Smith, Jr. N. Stoddard S. Sysko C. Urie C. A. Webster C. C. Webster H. Willson Ruth Burnell Olive Burrington Marjorie Carbino Dorothy Cargill Georgette Coutu Elizabeth Doud Hilda Ebare Marion Ebare Mary Fitzsimon Beryle Gardner . . , .Ruth Hopkins . . .Elizabeth Doud . .Frances Mayville . . . .Olive Ransom Beth Lund Gwendolyn Marshia Frances Mayville Irene Newton Hazel Osgood Hilda Paquette Carolyn Phelps Betty Preston Olive Ransom Marion Roy Alison Ryan Thelma Schoeneman Julia Strong Palla Stickney Oletha Thompson INDEPENDENT WOMEN SECOND ROW-CHENEY, ROY, STRONG, MARSHIA, NEWTON, THOMPSON FRONT ROW-QUIMBY, GARDNER, DOWD, HOPKINS, HALL, ASELTINE, PAQUETTE UNIVERSITY THIRD ROW-CANTWELL, ESTEY, C. WEBSTER, PESTLE, NYE, DANA, PRATT, PAQUETTE, PIERCE SECOND ROW-BAILEY, LIVAK, STREETER, CARPENTER, BEEBE, CAREY, FITZSIMMONS, WHITE, LEAMY, BICKFORD FRONT ROW-F. WEBSTER, DROWN, CROWN, GIFFORD, SMITH, NELSON, FOOTER, STODDARD President ...,. Vice-President . . . Secretary ...., Treasurer . . . Reporter ..... Watch Dog ..... Parliamentarian . . . Grammarian ....... Aduzsor ............ Robert Bickford Wilfred Bordeau Floyd Campbell Robert Carlson William Corey Merle Crowne Harold Cushman Edward Eaton Ralph Evans Robert Fitzsimmons Franklin Fowler Ralph Granger . . .R. Evans . . . . .G. Streeter . . . .F. Campbell . . . .R. Bickford . . .C. Webster . . . .N. Knight Nye ..,.....R,Slack L.Park, Harold Nelson Lawrence Partridge NVinston Pierce Merton Pike Harry Pulling Charles Park Ernest Paquette Robert Sinclair Ransom Slack Arnold Smith Norman Stoddard Robert Story FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Jr. AGGIE CLUB President ..,.. .... C . Gifford Vice-President . . . ..... A. Smith Secretary ..... .... M . Crown Treasurer .... ...... G . Bailey G. Bailey R. Lunna W. Beebe C. Marks C, Berry R. Marzani R. Bickford F. Miller F. Campbell C. Moore R. Carlson H. NGISOII R. Carpenter E. NiChOIS R. Copp F. Nye W, Corey E. Paquette J. Cronk H. Parker M. Crown L. Partridge H. Cushman R. PESIIC D, Dana W. PICICC M. Dana M. Pike R. Davis J. Pratt C. Drown H. Pulling J. Duckworth R. Sinclair SECOND ROW-CROWN, F. WEBSTER, PIERCE, MOORE, NELSON, SMITH, STODDARD, WHITE FRONT ROW-CAMPBELL, CASEY, BICKFORD, C. WEBSTER, STREETER, PAQUETTE, NYE, FITZSIMMONS ,. ,z FVERMIIIIT Q SECOND ROW-BOARDMAN, PEASE, BURNS, DIKE, PEARL, MARBURG, STOCKWELL FRONT ROW-LEDUC, CLOUGH, DAVIS, SMITH, SUTTON, LEITCH, JONES OUTING CLUB COUNCIL I Head Cheerleader .... Preszdent ........................... Dorothea Smith Assistant ,.,4.,., Vice-President . . . ...... Robert Davis Secretary ..... ...,... F rances Abel Treasurer . . . .................... Chester Partridge COUNCIL-AT-LARGE F. Boardman D. Marburg Barbara Burns W. Nestler Alison Carr H. Pache H. Chesney Gratia Pearl Lucille Clark H. Pease Millicent Clough F. Rising D. Collins D. Sawyer Janet Dike J. Stephen Nancy Jones R. Stockwell I-Iortense LeDuc P. Sutton Sidney Leitch Daan Zwick ....J. M. Evans . . .R. F. Darling SQUAD M. B. Allen E. S. Boyden C. E. Carver, Jr. J. L. Goldberg B. A. Gray G. B. Holman, Jr. H. C. Tatro CHEERLEADERS SECOND ROW-DARLING. ALLEN, GOLDBERG FRONT ROW-GRAY, BOYDEN, EVANS, CARVER, HOLMAN 168 -im uulvtnsnr President ...... Vice-President . . Secretary ...... Treasurer ...... OFFICERS Faculty Advisor ................... Alfred Amee Muriel Barber Barbara Bishop Anne Bottomley Ethelyn Chaffee Janet Clark Mildred Cohen Merritt Colehamer David Collins Frank Crimmin Margaret Crowley Margaret Drum Jean Evans MEMBERS . .... Margaret Drum . . . . ,Frank Crimmin . . . .Anne Bottomley . ... ...Jean Evans Mr. G. L. Millikan Kenneth Johnson Charles Katzew Harvey Lippe Louise Mann Chester Partridge Alice Reichman Miriam Reuben June Riddell Bernard Rynowecer Antoinette Salvator David Sawyer Stanley Sirkin Robert Snider SECOND ROW-CORLISS, WOODARD, CHAFFEE, WILCOX, SALVATOR, FORD FRONT ROW-LYLE, FACTEAU, JOHNSON, DURFEE, EVANS, COFFIN, BENNETT JOHN DEWEY CLUB President ....... Vice-President . . . Secretary ...... Treasurer . . . C. M. Abbott F. Bardossi Leah Begun Adelaide Bennett Barbara Bishop Leicia Black Barbara Butterfield Elizabeth Chaffee Ethelyn Chaffee Millicent Clough Corinne Coffin OFFICERS MEMBERS INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB SECOND ROW-CORLISS, ASELTINE, WOODARD. DURFEE, MANN, SANDALL, SALVATOR, AMEE FRONT ROW-WILCOX, COLEHAMER, PROF. MILLIKAN, BOTTOMLEY, EVANS, JOHNSON, RIDDELL Miriam Fiske Myrna French Gladys Gorton Durfee ..,...Fleda Jones .Thelma Wolinsky ......K. Johnson D. H. Harwood M. A. Hawes M. Holtzman R. B. Hunting Ruth Miller Ruth Mongeon Gloria Oling Harriet Parker Judith Perry Sally Rome Antoinette Salvator L. W. Shores Margaret Vfard Sarah Wilson 169 45 nfvtnmonr l 04 - . . 5' PALE Q '-2 A 1 . V , . ' -Kem ' f- fuulllllnu 4. nljfazl - -,j EI I ,,4 ' lllll ..- - Qu a l .4-vi2.53-2?.E,2-ifiziifal .-'-- La? - -r?qf-swim? ' ' :nr .'.gzg,.' 5--v. , ...S ' an 554' . .L4.. ,.:Laaf-K f :--- 'ii-.X . 3:-'-gi. .':g::' -' ' ' 11- 5-5 f . .q L. "--. n 1 .,-. 1:2ifj..2':2i:, ' 7f'gj'f11: gg: , HE, '.n.-. :: 1' '- 'M' is Fzfexifv' -g, - -,Ti 4-. 1 1 fic " LETI S THE ATHLETICS THE ATHLETICS-THE ORGANIZED REPRESENTATIVES OF THE COLLEGE ON COURT AND FIELD. THE MAJOR SPORTS, FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL, BASEBALL, TRACK, WHERE THOSE EXCELLING IN THOSE FIELDS OF ACTIV- ITY PROTECT THE HONOR OF THE COLLEGE, THE MINOR SPORTS, TENNIS, RIFLE, CROSS-COUNTRY, SKI- ING, ATTRACTING LESS OF THE ATTENTION OF THE STUDENT, BUT FULLY AS VITAL A PART OF THE ATHLETIC PROGRAM, THE INTRAMURAL SPORTS, FRATERNITY AND CLASS COMPETITION, WHERE ALL THE MEN OF THE COLLEGE MAY COMPETE ON EVEN TERMS FOR FRATERNITY AND CLASS. THE WOMEN'S ATHLETICS, OUTLET FOR THE ATHLETIC ENTHUSIASM OF THE CO-EDS-THE ATHLETICS. W FRANK MARSHALL TAYLOR ii? UNIVERSITY To the ceaseless How of praise and adulation of the athletic achievements of Frank Taylor may we add our bit, never before, and probably never again will Vermont see as proiicient and versatile an athlete. He has, through winning the hexathlon, been selected the best all-'round athlete at Vermont in 1940, he has won laurels in interfraternity and in- TAYLOR--BASKETBALL tramural sports, outstanding in bowling and skiing, he has captained the three major sports, football, basketball and baseball, he has for two years in a row won letters in the four major sports-not merely as an adequate performer, but as a superior one. Certainly nothing we can say will in any way -nv-...Q TAY LO R-FOOTBALL heighten his lustre as a star in the athletic world, his own achievements have made his prowess evident. We can only add our bit to what has already been said, and make our bow to a great athlete and a line man-Frank Taylor. TAYLOR IN INTERFRATERNITY TRACK 175 KIQ urvsnmunr VARSITY FOOTBALL FOURTH ROW-DOC. FARMER, ASST. COACH WIETZ, MGR. RAMSDELL, COACH EVANS, ASST. COACH FOGG THIRD ROW-WHITE, THURBER, PARRIS, RICE, BAEITS, C. LONG, SHAW, MOTT, WOOD, PARKER, GOSS, IBY, PULLINEN SECOND ROW-PYE, DORION, NICHOLS, LAWRENCE, BENOIT, CHESERONE, CAPT. TAYLOR, REED, STRASSBURG, CARLSON, KOLADZA, CORBETT, PATTERSON FRONT ROW-NUTTER, H. LONG, ALPERT, CORSONNES. SPASYK, GILBERT, BROUTSAS, UTLEY HALVING eight games this fall, the football team lost the state championship to a first class Norwich squad, but came back a week later to break a twenty-two year old jinx, trouncing Mid- dlebury at Porter Field. Although George Broutsas, diminutive halfback, topped the scorers with twenty-four points, Capt. Frank Taylor's twenty- one gave him a three year total of eighty-two mark- ers, one of the most brilliant records in the college's history. After years of famine, Vermont was three deep in almost every position. It is hard, therefore, to give credit wherever it is due. In the backfield, Taylor and Broutsas combined with Spasyk, Gilbert, Rice, Shaw, and the rest to give Vermont its best balanced offense in years. Strong on the ground, possessed of a fine punter in Spasyk, and above average defensively, all the team needed was a top-notch passing attack. The forward wall was a Veteran unit, with Salmon and Pye at end, Carlson, Lawrence, and Wood at tackle, Strassburg, Dorion, Koladza, and Benoit at guard, Reed and Chesarone at center. A far cry from last year's "Iron Man" squad, reserves in both depart- ments were used often by Coach Evans. In his first year as varsity coach, Mr. Evans developed a very satisfactory team. gl 176 On the sunny autumn day of September 28, the team won its Iirst victory. Evenly matched, Ver- mont Iinished ahead of Northeastern 7-0. Pye and Salmon teamed together to make the game's lone touchdown. Salmon blocked a Husky kick, whereupon Pye astonished the crowd by leaping from behind an opponent to clutch the ball and score. Taylor booted the extra point. A sad team returned from Hartford a week later, after having been bested by the fighting Trinity boys. A third period drive brought U. V. M. to the three-year line. A loss forced Taylor to try for a field goal, which he made. Behind, the Hill- toppers drove seventy-six yards for a touchdown. After Vermont had tried desperately to regain the lead, Taylor was tackled in the end zone, making the final score 8-3. Vermont made many first downs, but failed to get the ball out of the mid- field area. Before a Homecoming Day gathering, Vermont lost its next game to a clever Colby eleven, 10-7. This was the most exciting game of the season. Despite the loss of Daggett, their brilliant cap- tain, early in the game, the Mules scored in the first period, sparked by Helin, their superb end. Colby made the extra point. Near the close of the half, UNIVERSITY Vermont evened the count by a pass, Spasyk to Taylor, which covered sixty-eight yards, followed by Taylor's place-kick conversion. Laring of Colby scored next period from placement. The Vermonters were on the Colby eight yard line as the setting sun sent long shadows across the field. It was first down with only a minute to play. Trying a spectacular double lateral play, Vermont lost the ball through an interception. The crowd left disappointed by the rebuff at the very moment when victory seemed so sure. Next week the Cats once more hit the victory trail by trouncing Union 19-7 at Schenectady. They broke a thirteen game Dutchman winning streak in doing so. Shifty John Spasyk stole the show that day. Early in the second quarter he sneaked back of the defense to take Taylor's pass for the first score. His sixty yard punt forced Union so deep that Dorion recovered the return kick for six points. Spasyk booted the extra point. Two minutes later he passed to Broutsas for another touchdown. Five minutes before it had been O-O, now it was 19-O. Union eventually made seven points on a short fourth period drive. Showing amazing power, much of this in the second eleven, the squad won its third victory from New Hampshire, 33-13. Scoring on a variety of maneuvers, Vermont dazed the Wildcats despite the good play of Davis and Begin. Taylor sent a touchdown pass to Gilbert, then threw a pass to Rice for another score. After Utley's long run, a Broutsas to Shaw pass made it 20-0. The Wild- , . p A . , POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWN AGAINST NEW HAMPSHIRE cats scored next, followed by a beautiful heave from Spasyk to Pye. The final touchdown in Vermont's bag of tricks came when Herb Long ran for thirty yards, then lateralled to Broutsas, who scored. In a game that found the spectators cowering from the rain beneath newspaper shelters, the Rensselaer Engineers downed the Cats on two Hrst period naval maneuvers. The Troy gridiron was almost solid water, and the Vermonters never started rolling. Little Sammy Schwartz proved equal to the occasion, however, and scored on a short reverse. Hoopes tallied later for Tech. Although badly outplayed, Vermont threatened twice in the last period, once when Utley grabbed SPASYK TAKES IT AGAINST NEW HAMPSHIRE TAYLOR STOPPED IN THE LINE BY COLBY 47? UF v E n M u nr THE CHEERING SECTION a soggy pass and again after a blocked punt. In- terceptions nullified both efforts. It was a lovely day from the point of view of nature lovers among the record throng of 6,000, but Vermont adherents could not be comforted by the brilliant hues of the maples. For it was on that day that Norwich downed Vermont with almost professional ease. The 38-7 defeat meant not only the state title, but demonstrated that the Cadets are once more a threat in small college football. Shaw's 55-yard scoring run on an in- tercepted pass was the highlight of a sad day for the Green and Gold. "Misty" Rice's vicious tack- ling was another solace. The sensational Horse- man, Walt Domina, accounted for twenty points. BROUTSAS CARRYING BEHIND SHAW He was superb. But McCallister, Liebel, and the two Hughes all gained at will through the dis- couraged Vermont defense. Vermont's attack was good, but it just never caught up with the smothering Cadet offensive. The Cats were three times within the enemy ten yard stripe without scoring. Versatile Domina, who is adept in all the departments of the game, figured in every scoring play. He passed to Liebel and White for three scores and himself went over for the other three. He made both Norwich con- versions. Vermont, first up, then down, came back on the following Saturday with a crushing 32-0 beating inflicted on Middlebury. It was another of those frightfully muddy days when a fresh substitute stood out like an Italian victory because of his mud- less uniform. A Johnson-Spasyk kicking duel oc- cupied most of the first half. Taylor, however, found time to score on a reverse, only to have the play negated by an offside. A minute later he threw a touchdown pass to Spasyk just for spite. Vermont 'donned their water wings in the second half, and found the going smoother. Broutsas tallied twice, Taylor and Mott once each. Utley made some great runs while Pye played his cus- tomary alert game. The win over the hapless Mid-men made the season an automatic success. The only sad note of this game was that many names appeared on the U. V. M. roster for the last time, as eleven seniors concluded a brilliant four seasons of football frays. LINE PLAY C5 uulvtnslr FRESHMAN FOOTBALL THIRD ROW-COACH FOGG, KEHOE, EDDY, LAWTON, BOARDMAN. DESSAU, WALGREN. PACHINI. SECOND ROW-MGR. ROYER, SMITH, REED, LEKOWITZ, BARRY CCAPTJ, RIDDLE, MAYFORTH, MC GILL, OTIS FRONT ROW-PULDE, URIE, SEDLITZ, KUNKEN, CONTI, MARGOLIS, WILLIAMS, CARPENTER, THOMPSON TASTING defeat in each of their four starts, the freshman grid outfit did little boasting this fall. But even with sub par material, the charges of Coach "Sherry" Fogg were never routed, and got a lot of fun out of the season. On October 5 the Kittens opened their campaign against Vermont Junior College. A wind-blown punt paved the way for Lapointe's fourth period plunge, which produced the game's only score. The freshmen had a slight edge statistically, but lacked the finishing punch. First and third quarter scores gave Green Moun- tain Junicr College a well earned victory over the Kittens. The absence of Pulde and Sedlis, first string tackles, may have contributed to the 13-0 defeat. A neat pass and a blocked kick sent the yearlings spinning, as Norwich '44 triumphed 14-0. The most dangerous Kitten advance stalled on the 3- yard stripe. The slow-charging frosh line was IIFVEIIMIIIIT completely bowled over by their larger opponents in this game. In an Armistice Day encounter, the freshmen tried to salvage something out of the season's wreckage. They were disappointed by an unde- feated Middlebury squad which buffeted its way to a 12-O victory. Two first period stabs gave the Mid yearlings their touchdowns, thereafter they only dented the stiffened Vermont defense. Little Reno Conti made some nice gains, but the Vermont offense was pretty feeble. A lighting crowd, the freshmen lacked scoring punch. Pulde, Mayforth, Smith, and Walgren may all be useful to the varsity. Several other players showed promise at times. Coach .... . . .Sherman P. Fogg Manager .......... .... J ohn R. Royer Honorary Captain. . . ...... Bart Barry 49-2 VARSITY BASKETBALL SECOND ROW-COACH EVANS, KAUFMAN, DOHERTY, WEST, PULLINEN, WOOD, MGR. WRIGHT FRONT ROW-BEAUCHEMIN, TAYLOR, MALEY, CAPT. CORLEY, HEALY, WHITE THE 1940-41 edition of the Vermont hoop team, after a somewhat miserable start, wound up its season in a blazing rush by winning its last eight starts in a row, bringing the season record to nine and five. Capt. Paul Corley finished his college basketball career gloriously, and proved himself beyond a doubt to be one of the most competent basketeers ever to wear the Green and Gold. Not only was he the top scorer for the season, but it was he, who, when the Vermont legions needed a spark to pull victory from the fire, provided that spark, thus enabling his mates to salvage a win from what seemed sure defeat. When, in the opener, the Cats pinned a 44-24 defeat on the Hartwick College squad, with Corley dumping in sixteen points, it appeared that Ver- mont was heading for a more-than-mediocre sea- son. For a while thereafter, though, things were pretty sad. The team dropped the next tive straight, and it began to look as though they g .. would become a second bunch of "Winless Won- ders." Dartmouth, with Gus Broberg and Jim Olsen "hot," laced Captain Corley's cohorts, 54-32, although Paul, aided and abetted by Hank Beauchemin, made a great effort to halt them. Next to victimize the Green and Gold was Ford- ham, which won handily, 44-24, amid a flood of substitutes. Vermont, jinxed by Friday the thir- teenth, managed to save face somewhat, as Corley poured through eleven points. The Big Green of Dartmouth again blasted the hapless hoopsters, 59-40, led again by Gus Broberg and Pearson. Vermont, handicapped by the loss of Ace Healy and Hank Beauchemin via personals, was once more led by Corley, who tallied thirteen. Following a 51-40 drubbing at the none-too- gentle hands of Amherst, the team opened its State titular drive by dropping a 38-26 decision to their S UNIVERSITY enthusiastic rivals from Winooski Park, St. Michaels, in a game redundant with the sound of wild Vermont passes thudding into the laps of the horror-stricken Vermont adherents. Getting a grip on themselves, the Green and Gold brought a finish to the carnage of this five- game losing streak by dint of a smashing 58-37 bombardment of Norwich. Henri Beauchemin finally came into his own in this encounter, and dunked in nineteen points. Bob Doherty, sophomore forward, provided the real thrill of the victory over Middlebury, 47-41, by piling up the astonishing total of twenty points. This stealing of his highly-touted teammates' thunder elevated Doherty to a starting post in the majority of the remaining games. Flipping in fifteen points, Paul Corley again came to the fore in the Holy Cross encounter, as his mates coasted to a 47-35 win. Dick Healy took over where Paul left off as he sparked the Cats to a squeaky victory over Norwich, 45-43, tallying seventeen points. It remained for Don Maley to CAPTAIN CORLEY SINKS ONE win the ball game in the fading seconds, as he tapped in a rebound shot from directly under. Hank Beauchemin's two foul shots in the nnal minute of the Springfield battle resulted in ultimate victory for the red-hot Cats, 48-46. Corley was once more high scorer with eighteen points, fol- lowed by Lanky Hank with fourteen. The team then shelled Trinity into submission 58-49, led by the ambling Beauchemin, the broad- ACTION IN THE MIDDLEBURY GAME AT KAKE WALK nfvsnmunr 2 MUST BE IN A WINNING STREAK shouldered Frank Taylor, and the always-reliable Corley, with 18, 13 and 12 points, respectively. The Cats rounded out their season by absolutely massacring St. Michaels, 68-41, and then shoving aside the Weak Middlebury five, 57-28. ln the former game, Vermont jumped into a 19-4 lead at the outset, were leading 33-14 at the half, and eased up in the final period, as their opponents from the Lime Kiln strove desperately to close the gap. HE OUT-JUMPED YOU The Panthers, seemingly resigned to their fate, resorted to shots from way out, and, these failing, folded completely. Nick Krauszer, curly-haired ace of Coach Mahoney's squad, managed to find the range for eleven points, but as a whole, the Blue attack died before it started. In these last two en- counters, Corley wore out the basket strings as he tossed in thirty-nine points. STATISTICS Name gs. fg. fls. tp. Corley, f, '41, captain .... 10 57 25 139 Beauchemin, c, '41 . . . . 10 35 16 86 Doherty, f, '43 ... . 10 21 10 52 Healy, f, c, '41 ......... 10 21 7 49 Taylor, g, '41 .......,. 10 18 9 45 White, g, '42, captain-elect 10 14 5 33 Kaufman, f, '43 ........ 7 5 1 11 Grosvenor, c, g, '43 . . , 4 2 O 4 West, g, '43 ..... . 4 2 0 4 Pullinen, g, '43 . 1 . 4 0 O O Wood, f, '42 .... . 2 O 0 0 Corbett, f, '42 . , . . I 0 O 0 10 175 73 423 NOT THIS TIME THOUGH UNIVERSITY FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SECOND ROW-COACH FOGG, KEMPTER, WARSAW, EDDY, COREY, DESSAU, URIE, CLAIRMONT MGR. GAGE FRONT ROW-CONTI, DIDINSKY, KILLICK, BENNET, GOODRICH, MANHEIM SPORTING a neat eight and two record, the fresh- man basketball team of coach "Sherry" Fogg de- feated each of its opponents at least once during the season of 1940-41. In Larry Killick, Mr. Fogg uncovered what ap- pears to be a "natural" The sandy haired young- ster shone in every game, and averaged 13 points a game. The Kittens copped their opener from Cathedral High of Burlington, 35-22, inflicting one of three defeats which the parochialites suffered all season. Then they proceeded to blast an impotent B. F. A. of St. Albans team 37-9, in a game notable prin- cipally for the stream of substitutes which flowed in and out. In a very close game, Vermont Junior College edged the frosh 37-35. But the first year men resumed Winning ways against Burlington High, which later Went on to cop the state tournament. The score was 29-24 in this rough encounter. llFV'ERMllNT Two more foes, St. Michae1's Junior Varsity, Bellows Free Academy, were pommelled by the hard hitting boys of '43, The scores were 34-23, 42-19, respectively. Just before exams they lost to Green Mountain Junior College, 42-31. After the exam period, the Kittens came back to take Spaulding High of Barre, 48-28. They made it two in a row against the dangerous Vermont Junior College boys. The season's close saw the freshmen winning revenge, as they nipped Green Mountain, 36-35, in a ding-dong battle. John Goodrich and Killick led the drive, with 16 and 7 points respectively. Coach ..,. .,,.... S . P. Pogg Manager ......... .... W . A. Gage Honorary Captain ,... . . .L. F. Killick, Jr. Won S, Lost 2. Along with Goodrich and Killick, Conti, Didin- ski, Manheim, and Warsaw may be useful to the varsity. VARSITY BASEBALL THIRD ROW-CO-MGR. ROBINSON, BROUTSAS, SYSKO, BELARDINELLI, AKLEY, CALDWELL, NEILL, CO-MGR. SCOFIELD SECOND ROW-LAWRENCE, UTLEY, CORBETT. BOUCHER, SPASYK, WHITE, CARLSON FRONT ROW-MALEY, HEALY, HART, CAPT. PESARIK, COACH GARDNER, SONNY, WOOD, TAYLOR, CONRAD Coach ...,... ..... L . A. Gardner Co-Managers. . , .... C. H. Schofield R. W. Robinson Captain ............,..... A. F. Pesarik Won 10, Lost 7, Tied 2. State Champions. ON THE southern trip, Vermont was on the red side of the ledger, but conditioned itself for a suc- cessful regular campaign. Despite seven errors, the Cats beat Navy 3-2. Pesarik, Spasyk, Sysko, and Wood each had two hits for Vermont's total of eight. Pesarik allowed seven safeties, and gave two bases on balls to outsteady the Annapolis men. Maryland blasted Vermont 16-2, allowing only six hits. Belardinelli gave up thirteen runs and fifteen hits in his five inning stint, Akley three runs and four hits, Sysko found the mark for two hits. Virginia tripped George Hart and Vermont 8-6. The southerners collected eight runs on thirteen hits to Vermont's six runs and nine blows. Tay- lor hit well, forcing Virginia to come from behind. William and Mary nipped Bob Carlson 3-2. Each team had to content itself with four hits. In his duel with Messitt, the sophomore flinger drove in both Vermont runs, and walked two to Messitt's nine. Behind Pesarik, the Cats came back to take Wil- liam and Mary 16-l the next day. The home team came out with six hits, while Vermont was banging sixteen. Spasyk included a homer among his three hits. Wood and Taylor also smashed triples. Akley was set back 14-4 by Richmond on thir- teen hits. Hart relieved him in the eighth. Ver- mont took a 4-l lead on its six hits, but was smothered from then on. Boucher smacked two base hits. Five hit twirling by Anse Belardinelli availed U. V. M. little when George Washington shut them out 3-O. Spasyk and Taylor contributed two Helding gems. A 5-5 tie with N. Y. U. ended the southern junket. Pesarik relieved Carlson in the eighth, and held New York helpless until the game was called in the eleventh. N. Y. U. was outhit 9-8. "Lefty" Pesarik stole the show by tieing up the game in the UNIVERSIT ninth. He singled, stole second, and came home on an infield hit. The first game of the regular season was won from Tufts, 5-l. Pesarik pitched five hit ball, striking out four. Taylor, Pesarik, and Healy had doubles in Vermont's nine hit total. In spite of thirteen strikeouts by Hart and Belardinelli, U. V. M. lost to the Boston Univer- sity sluggers, 7-4. B. U. had twelve safeties, to the Cats' five. Taylor hit a double, and was the only Vermonter to get two base knocks, 1 Behind Carlson's five hit slants, the Cats bowled over Norwich in a Founder's Day contest. Nine of Vermont's eleven runs were earned, helped by Tay- lor's two doubles, and twin safeties by both Sysko and Boucher. Henderson, the Cadet pitcher who donated eleven hits, collected the lone Norwich marker in the fourth, when he blasted a long home run, In a 5-2 victory, Pesarik held the Middmen to five hits, as he struck out seven. Taylor continued his batting streak by slamming another double among his three hits. Pesarik pitched against Middlebury again a few days later. He won 13-2. He struck out eight, but VCIHIOHIYS eight errors did not help the cause much. The team batted like demons, however, as Sysko banged out live hits, Pesarik three. A HIT ON THE BASES Akley lost a tough game to William and Mary, 7-6. None of the Southerners' runs were earned. Belardinelli served in a relief role for the last three innings. The team could not find the range that day, making only four hits. With Carlson pitching a duel with Crane, Ver- mont and William and Mary struggled to a O-O deadlock the next day. Neither team made an error, but W. and M. collected eight hits to Ver- mont's five. Carlson, Spasyk, and Taylor smashed doubles. Hart won a slug fest from the Norwich Horse- men in which twenty-three hits were made. Wood A RUN IJFVERMIINT ALUMNI GAME lashed out four blows, Spasyk, Maley, and Healy two each. Hart struck out six. Bob Carlson began his scoreless streak against the Ryan-men on May 20. He has not allowed St. Michael's a run in twenty-nine innings to date. He gave up only two hits that day, one a triple by Stickel in the seventh with two away. Carlson and Taylor both had two safe blows. Although he had a ghastly seventh inning, Pesarik held down the Mikemen 5-4, to clinch the state series. He allowed seven hits, five of them in TWO ON-NONE OUT the seventh. Vermont had nine safeties, four by Wood. The Big Green had a bad time when they tackled the Catamounts. Dartmouth lost 7-2, as Alex Pesarik, the "Duke of Windsor," climaxed a great season by giving up only five hits. Among the twelve Cat hits were four by Taylor, two apiece by Sysko, Wood, Spasyk, and Pesarik. During the season, Taylor hit .395 for forty- three bases, Wood .378 for thirty-two bases, Spasyk .311 for thirty-three bases, and Pesarik .303. Spasyk stood out in the Held. Carlson had two shutouts, and an earned run average of 1.32. Hart struck out nineteen in four starts. Pesarik struck out thirty-nine in eight games. He won seven, lost none, as he rang up a wonderful 0.41 earned run record. The 1941 season has been a successful one, with the Cats winning twelve games. They rang up six straight victories in state games to take the State Championship and have downed such illustrious teams as Yale, Princeton and Virginia. Bob Doherty, up from the freshmen, led at the bat with an average hovering around .350. Bob Carlson stood out in the pitching department While Johnny Spasyk's stealing work at second base was very cheering. BETWEEN INNINGS UNIVERSIT FRESHMAN BASEBALL THIRD ROW-COACH EVANS, KRUPP, IBY, THURBER, STEVENS, HAMILTON, MGR. SCHOFIELD SECOND ROW-ALPERT, WEST, KOLADZA, DOHERTY, LINCOLN, CAIN FRONT ROW-ALBERGHINI, CORBETT, KAUFMAN, LADD, LAYDEN Coach .,.I.,.. ..... J . C. Evans Co-Managers .... .I.. C . H. Schofield I R. W. Robinson Honorary Captain ,... . . .J. E. Corbett Won 2, Lost 7. ALTHOUGH not a statistical success, the '43 base- ball nine sent up three or four promising players to the varsity. Doherty, West, Corbett, and Al- berghini were all standout men. Iby and Hamilton were unable to hold the slug- ging Burlington High team in check. They gave up seventeen hits, though their mates collected four- teen souvenirs from the schoolboy flingers. The score was 17-13. In another parade of pitchers, Vermont lost to the Greenies. The Junior College men banged out nineteen safeties, as Krupp, Iby, and Hamilton fol- lowed Alberghini to the mound. Green Mountain 13, Vermont '43 5. Hamilton Was the winning pitcher when Ver- mont overcame the Clark School, 6-4. Corbett hit safely three times. The frosh lost again to Vermont Junior College, 18-1-6. Errors and wildness cost the yearlings the first Dartmouth game. The lads from Hanover won 14-2. Krupp, lby, and Langton pitched .for the freshmen, and gave away twelve hits. For two runs, Vermont's twenty-two hits seem almost fantastic. Koladza had four, and five players three each. Hamilton relieved Iby to no avail, as Clark School revenged a previous defeat. The Hanover- ians conquered, 14-11. West had three of twelve frosh hits, while the schoolboys solved Vermont pitching for fifteen safeties. In another engagement Green Mountain was a 12-10 victor. Vermont sent three pitchers to the mound, but the ten Greenie hits were timely. The Kittens connected nine times. Dartmouth '43 again edged the Kittens 4-1, as Hamilton lost another tough one. The freshmen matched the four Indian hits, but could not cross the plate more than once. In the final game, Krupp and Hamilton won a welcome victory over V. J. C. Vermont was out- hit 11-13, but the timely stickwork of Doherty and Alberghini helped the yearlings to their 11-8 triumph. ufvenmnnr VARSITY TRACK THIRD ROW-ROBY, ALLEN, HUNTER, C. LONG, JOHNSTONE, H. LONG. BABITS, OTIS, KENNEY SECOND ROW-AKLEY, STODDARD, EATON, STOWELL. COACH POST, SMITH, PEARL, NICHOLS, PINE. KALLMAN FRONT ROW-ASST. MGR. ADAMS, CLARK, GREEN, GALLUP, KAPLAN, SEARL, LIVAK, ASST. MGR. BAILEY THE l940 track season was one of the best in Vermont history. The team was undefeated in dual competition, and placed fourth in the Eastern Intercollegiates at Worcester. Captain Smith shat- tered both the state and U. V. M. records in the hundred and two-twenty. The meet with Williams down there had to be postponed, then finally cancelled because of snow and rain. April 27, Vermont 65, Union 61 at Centennial Field. The final event, the javelin throw, decided this meet. Allen and Smith both took doubles, the former in the hurdles, the latter in the dashes. It was Nichols' second in the javelin that salted the meet away. May 4, Vermont 68, Colby 67 at Centennial Field. Vermont took a majority of Hrst places, but dropped those second and third positions to Colby, allowing a close score. May ll, Vermont 69, Middlebury 66 at Porter Field. Vermont completed an unblemished dual meet schedule when she nipped the stubborn Panthers. Smith was a flash of lightning, running a :09.8 hundred and a 22.0 furlong. Few sprinters in the country could have passed him that day. May 18, Eastern Intercollegiate Meet at Wor- cester. Vermont fourth with 22 points, Tufts first with 44M . A strong fourth, Vermont had only one cham- pion, Elmer Nichols, whose l74 foot heave in the javelin was tops. T65 Coach. . . ,.... A. T. Post Captain .... .... G . L. Smith Manager. . . ,... C. L. Adams FREDDY WEBSTER IN THE LEAD UNIVERSITY FRESHMAN TRACK THIRD ROW-COACH WIETZ, OTTO, ZWICK. CORLISS. GOSS, MOTT, GROSVENOR, COACH POST SECOND ROW-WHITE, NESTLER, HARRINGTON, WILLIAMS, VREELAND, ELLIOT, SWIFT FRONT ROW-BUTTLES, LITTLE, EARLEY, ST. MARY, MILNE, O'CONNELL Coach .,......... .... R oy Wietz Honorary Captain .... ..... E . B. Mott Manager ,..,.... ......... K . F. Beaton PRATT GOES OVER APRIL 26, Vermont '43 64, Burlington High School 53. This Hrst meet uncovered a brilliant performer in Bert Mott, who won four events and tied for Hrst in another. He captured the two hurdles, the 220- yard dash in record time, the broad jump, and tied with Grosvenor for lirst in the high jump. Parker, who took the shot and the discus, and Buttles who was best in the javelin were other Vermont stand- outs. May 2, Green Mountain Junior College 63, Vermont '43 54. Mott roped in five firsts in a losing cause, as Vermont stumbled over a powerful Greenie ag- gregation. "The Galloping Ghost" accounted for wins in the high and low hurdles, the high jump, the broad jump, and the two-twenty dash. Parker took the discus, but fell to second in the shot. Milne won the 100 yard dash. Harrington, Vree- land, and Buttles added seconds to the Vermont score. May ll, Vermont '43 SZKZ, Springiield and Bellows Falls High Schools 34M. As the freshmen swamped the high-schoolers, Mott took his usual five first places. Harry Parker added three more, leading a Vermont sweep in the hundred, and taking the shot and discus. May 18, Vermont '43 75M, St. Johnsbury Academy 49, Lyndon Institute ISM. Mott taking lirsts in the high and low hurdles, in both of which he broke the records, and first in the 220. He was second in the broad jump, and tied for Hrst in the high jump. Parker again cap- tured the shot and the discus. urvenm IIIIT VARSITY CROSS-CCDUNTRY K , L SECOND ROW-COACH POST. CLARK. NIORAN, E. CORLISS. A. CORLISS, ZWICK. WHITE. HARRINGTON. HOYT. MGR. ROOT FRONT ROW-CROWN, ST. MARY, STRENMANN, LIVAK, C. WEBSTER, F. WEBSTER ONE of the greatest teams ever to carry the Green and Gold, the cross-country team won convincing victorious in its five dual meets. Led by its depend- able captain, Frank Livak, the team counted on its most brilliant runners in years, Charlie and Freddy Webster. These two are considered by many the greatest harriers to attend Vermont since Clarence DeMar, the grand old man of them all. The Postmen led off with a perfect 15-40 win over impotent Union. After the first quarter mile, none of the first seven runners were ever headed, as Fred Webster sped over the tough Schenectady course in near-record time of 27:08. As Fred Webster set a new record of 21:35 over the home course, Vermont took Dartmouth into camp, gaining sweet revenge for last year's lone defeat. Webster took first by a narrow margin over Sid Bull of Dartmouth and brother Charles. The score was 24-31. Over a frightfully muddy course, hampered by both rain and snow, the Websters led the hill and dalers to their third win of the season from Bow- doin. Despite handicaps of weather, the time was an excellent 22:24, as Vermont scored 21 to Bowdoin's 35. The next Catamount scalp was a 20-35 victory over a reputedly powerful Williams team. The Webster boys tied for nrst in 21:11, just thirty seconds off the record. For the first time in several years, Vermont sent a team to the N. E. I. C. A. A. run in Boston. Ver- mont, which came in fifth in a field of thirteen top teams, was paced by Fred Webster in the eighth position, and Charles in tenth place. Hoyt was thirty-ninth, Stoddard forty-fifth, Capt. Frank Livak fifty-seventh, Ernie St. Mary sixty-eighth, and Merle Crown eighty-sixth. "Not bad at all," said Coach Post. In their finale, this great team blasted Middle- bury 16-43 on the downstater course. With hardly a blue-clad athlete in sight, the Vermonters loitered to the finish line in the slow time of 25:57. Hoyt, St. Mary, Crown, and Dick Clark tied for first over the slippery course. Egbert of Middlebury was permitted to come in fifth in a dramatic gesture which enabled the other Vermont regulars to urge their less powerful teammates on to a letter. Tied for sixth were Captain Livak, Fred and Charlie Webster, Burgess, Stoddard, Zwick, Buttles, and White. WEBSTER BOYS UNIVERSITY FRESHMAN CROSS-COUNTRY 1 SECOND ROW-COACH POST, CARPENTER, WEBSTER, MC LAREN, BEEBE, CRONK, TREMBLAY, MGR. BAILEY FRONT ROW-BUTTON, GOODELL, GRANT BLASTING every opponent but one with consum- mate ease, the freshman cross-country team termi- nated a very successful season with a smashing vic- tory over the Middlebury freshmen, 17-44, at Mid- dlebury. Led by honorary Captain "Goodie" Goodell, Jack Grant, and Bob Lockwood, the junior harriers were never headed after an opening loss to Dart- mouth. The Big Green runners were given a battle all the way, and barely managed to eke out a nar- VARSITY LINES UP row victory. Goodell placed third, with Lockwood and Grant in sixth and seventh places respectively. Following this setback, the Green and Gold youngsters subdued the Vermont State School of Agriculture 20-35, with the peerless three, Goodell, Lockwood, and Grant tying for first, and McClaren following in fifth position. A quadrangular meet with Williamstown, Bur- lington, and Waterbury High School teams was the next item on the hill-and-daler's list. They pro- ceeded to dispose of their three rivals by scores of 20-35, 17-42, and 19-30 respectively. Once more Lockwood and Goodell outclassed the field, again tying for Hrst, with Grant third, and McClaren fifth. Missing a perfect score by the narrowest of mar- gins, the Kitten harriers hammered the blue of Middlebury in the season's sign-off, 17-44, by placing five runners in the first six places. Goodell, Grant, and Lockwood placed one, two, three, while Trembley, McClaren, Webster, and Helberg also ran in the first ten. Honorary Captain . . . , . .Harvey Goodell Manager ......... ,.... G . A. Bailey Coach . . . .... A. T. Post 475 n r v E n M a n I -2 MEN'S SKI TEAM SECOND ROW-GOODELL. PIERCE FRONT ROW-PATTERSON, THAYER, COLLINS, ST. MARY, MARBURG Coach .... ....., E . C. Bailey Manager. . . .... D. W. Thayer Captain ...,. ....,.. D . V. Collins SKIING received a new and big impetus this year when Vermont was host to the Class "A" teams of the Intercollegiate Ski Union. The U. V. M. team was young, which augurs well for the future. Cap- tain Dave Collins and Sabe Rising were the only seniors on the squad On the week-end of February 9, the charges of Ev Bailey entered the famed Dartmouth Winter Carnival. Lack of any practice during the exam period forced Vermont back to the tail of the scor- ing. Dave Collins placed well up in all four events, promising a better future. The team moved up to sixth place in the Middle- bury meet. Norwich edged Dartmouth in this en- gagement, filling New Hampshire's shoes. The N. H. boys had nosed the Indians out of top money in their own winter carnival. The highlight of the ski season, in fact of the whole sports parade at Vermont, was the I. S. U. meet. Held on the week-end of February 21, this meet resulted in the narrowest of victories for Dart- mouth over New Hampshire, 565.30 to 564.47. Vermont Hnished a good third in the cross-country, led by Collins in sixth place. The squad was unable to keep up this hot pace, however, and ended up in seventh. The standings were so close that just over a point out of five hun- dred would have landed the Cats in fifth position. The final meet of the year was over the week- end of February 28. Norwich was the host team. Showing a distinct improvement, the Catamount T5 snowbird jumped to fourth place. This meet had a distinctive feature in the relay race. This show- ing was against Class "A" teams, and gives an idea of what may be expected next year. JUMPER AT THE I. S. U. MEET 5 unlvenslrv WOMEINl'S SKI TEAM PETERS, BURNS, FLETCHER, THAYER, LEITCH, SMITH ON February 20-22, Kake-Walk week-end, the University of Vermont was host to some 140 skiers, men and women, from twenty colleges in the iirst Intercollegiate Ski Union meet to be held DOROTHEA SMITH, PRESIDENT OF OUTING CLUB here. Under the auspices of the University Guting Club headed by Dorothea Smith '41, the meet, con- sisting of six events, slalom, downhill, jumping, cross-country and two combined events, was held on the Underhill side of the mountain on the Tear Drop and Stevens trails. All the contestants were housed by the Univer- sity, the men at Converse and the women at Red- stone and Slade. The competitors in the meet were invited to the Masquerade and Kake Walk. Team results for the men were in the following order: Dartmouth, New Hampshire, Norwich, Harvard, Williams, Middlebury, Vermont, Am- herst, Maine, Syracuse. Miss Ruth Dickson of the University of New Hampshire had the highest score in the women's combined events with Nancy Essex of Syracuse. Susan Van Dyke of Wellesley, Peggy Tanner of McGill and Sara Peters of Vermont following her in that order. The committees in charge were a hard-working, enthusiastic group who managed the whole affair in professional fashion. They were headed by Chairman Smith '4l: clerk, W. B. Nestler '43: slalom, H. L. Pache '4l: downhill, D. Marburg '44, cross-country, R. S. Stockwell '43, jumping, E. L. Nichols '4l: housing and food, J. W. Wil- liams '44, and Elizabeth Gurney '4lg women's re- ception, Joanna Metcalf '42: women's meet chair- man, Barbara E. Burns '43, publicity, Prof. L. W. Dean, properties, D. M. Zwick '433 parking, J. J. Spasyk '42, transportation, J. H. Stephen '421 head of checkers, F. M. Boardman '44 and E. C. Bailey '41, 1940-4l president of the I. S. U. nrvtnmunr VARSITY AND FRESHMAN TENNIS SECOND ROW-SIMPSON, WOLK, CLARK. BOOTH FRONT ROW-MGR. LE BOW, FOTI. PINE. COACH CARPENTER Coach. . . ,... F. D. Carpenter Captain. . . ..., G. B. Booth Manager ................. H. A. LeBow G. B. Booth, J. E. Simpson, A. D. Wolk, S. J. Foti, A. D. Clark, and L. F. Pine comprised the team. So far in the 1941 season, the team has done THE varsity tennis team had a disappointing sea- son in 1940. They won one match and tasted seven defeats. Unfortunately some of their easiest matches were rained out. very well indeed. FRESHMAN SEASON April 26 Williams, rained out April 27 Trinity 8, Vermont l April 28 Amherst 9, Vermont O May 1 Vermont 5. Clarkson 2 May 3 Union, cancelled May 4 Rensselaer Polytechnic 6, Vermont 3 May 9 Middlebury 5. Vermont 4 May 10 Springfield 7, Vermont 2 May 14 Colgate 9, Vermont 0 May 16 St. Lawrence, rain May 18 Middlebury 5, Vermont 4 Norwich cancelled Captain Gordon Booth was outstanding. He lost only three matches during the season. His match with the Springfield number one man was especially. He took his opponent, one of the best in New England, 6-3, 6-4, and then went on to team with Wolk in the doubles. That win ac- counted for Vermont's two points. The team lost two close matches to Middlebury. 'Ci Coach ..,..,,... ..... P . C. Rand Honorary Captain. . . ..,. W. A. Towne Manager ......,........ E. M. Berkowitz THE freshmen went through an undefeated even if sketchy season in 1940. They won two, tied two, and were ahead in one when it was called on ac- count of rain. Towne, P. N. Sutton, R. L. Swift, and W. A. West were the mainstays of the squad. These four switched positions almost every match. April 27 May 4 Vermont ' , Vermont 43 5, Burlington High School 1 43 4, Rutland High School 2 May 9 Vermont '43 3, Green Mountain Junior College 3 May ll Vermont '43 2, Rutland High School 1 fcalled, rainl May 14 Vermont '43 3, Bellows Free Academy, St. Al- bans 3 May 20 B. F. A., rained out UNIVERSITY VARSITY AND FRESHMAN RIFLE SECOND Row-DALY, CERUTTI. TWITCHELL. WEAVER FRONT ROW-TENNIEN, PARTRIDGE, LT. FYFE, COLEHAMER, STICKNEY, PRATT Coach. . . . . .Lieut. R. J. Fyfe, Jr. Captain ....... . . .W. M. Colehamer '41 Firing Manager. . . A...... J. H. Pratt '42 TI-IE 1940-41 rifle team had a brilliant season. In the Hearst Trophy Match the team lost by one point to Maine University. The U. V. M. fresh- men took third place in this meet, ten points behind the varsity. George Stickney was high man in New England for this match, with 194 out of 200 in a four position contest. Yearlings Harry Cross- ley and George Holden finished well up in the re- sults. The following schedule of matches was fired with results attained as shown below: First Corps Area, Senior Unit, R. O. T. C. Match, 2nd Place William Randolph Hearst Trophy Match 2nd Place New England Intercollegiate Rifle League CPostalJ 3rd Place New England Intercollegiate Rifle League CSh.-to-Sh. Marchj 3rd Place National Rifle Association Regional CSh.-to-Sh. MatchD 5th Place Vermont was selected to fire in the National R. O. T. C. Match. CResults not published until about June 1.1 LETTERMEN Warren M. Colehamer, class of 1941, captain John H. Pratt. class of 1942, manager George H. Stickney, class of 1942 Chester H. Partridge, class of 1942 Lelon A. Weaver, class of 1943 Silvio Cerutti, class of 1943 James H. Tennien, class of 1943 While their older mates were piling up a string gfiivgngffitrzity of victories, the freshmen were doing very well on Vermont 1351 Montana Sfnfe Univ- 1289 their own part. Aside from the third in the Hearst Vermont 1361 Gettysburg College 1313 vermont 2679 Massachusetts state 2309 Match, they won four other contests- Vermont 1361 Worcester Tech. 1216 Vermont 1377 Clarkson T2Ch- 1327 The following schedule of matches was fired as Vermont 1377 Harvard University 1344 Vermont 1377 Dayton University 1326 Shown below: 322222 g2eS12g1XOS2iversity Vermont '44 2679 Massachusetts State 2309 Vermont 1377 Coast Guard Academy 1355 Xermont ,44 1342 Elrowndplfeshgnan Vermont 1368 Norwich University 1332 ermont .44 133 Rrvar WR nan 87 Vermont 1379 Connecticut State 1339 Vermont 44 885 Wllbraham Cademy 4 Vermont 1377 Maine University 1376 1 ,O vermont 1317 Mass. Inst. of Tech. 1352 Won 4' Lost Vermont 1380 Rhode Island State 1358 - Vermont 1380 New Hampshire Univ. 1377 gigiig Jr I-Vfggiegli EL' Jr' Vermont 1376 Northeastern Univ. 1354 Goss, P" " ' Darling, Won-17. Lost-2. Steenburn, D. H. 475 195 43 UF VERMUNT ... ...E INTRAMURAL SPORTS PASSING THE BATON FALL GOLF: First, Ed Keenan '42g second, Lyman Gallup '4l. The competition was keen despite the small number of entries. FALL TENNIS: First, Ed Simpson, M '443 second, Larry Simpson '4l. The two brothers provided excellent competition for each other. OVER THE HURDLES TE ONE MORE LAP TOUCH FOOTBALL: First, Kappa Sigma: second, Tau Epsilon Phi. The Kappa Sigs overcame a stubborn T. E. P. team in the last half. INTERFRATERNITY BASKETBALL! First, Inde- pendentsg second, Kappa Sigmag third. Phi Delta Theta. The fast Independent team was undefeated. INDIVIDUAL FREE THROW: First, Henri Beau- chemin '4l3 tied for second, Frank Taylor '41 and Bob Doherty '43. The team has an edge here. WINTER SPoRTs: Delta Psi, Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Nu, Independents, and Sigma Phi in that order. The Delts were versatile. INTRAMURAL BOWLING: Sigma Nu, Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Psi, Sigma Phi, and Inde- pendents. UNIVERSITY The league was very popular, the cup hotly con- tested. INDIVIDUAL BOWLING: First, Frank Taylor: sec- ond, Ed Boyden: third Cliff Long. The boys were sad because there was no post- season feast this year. INTRAMURAL HOCKEY: First, Kappa Sigma: sec- ond, Sigma Nu: third, Delta Psi. Some observers claimed that this was not ex- actly hockey. BADMINTON DOUBLES: Keenan and Dana defeated J. Goss and Kaufman. The game is fast becoming the national indoor sport. BADMINTON SINGLES: S. Wysolmerski '43 won from D. P. Dana '42. Half the college seems to play this fast and sim- ple game. HANDBALL DOUBLES: Warsaw and Fieber de- feated Kaufman and Cycleman. There are some excellent handball players at Vermont. HANDBALL SINGLES: Rynowecer '42 took War- saw '44 in a close match. The Germans also took Warsaw, '39, but it was not very close. TEAM FREE THROW: First, Sigma Nu: second, Lambda lota: third, Phi Delta Theta. The team could have used a few of those fouls. HEXATHLON, for the Donahue Trophy: First, Bob Lockwood '44g second, Vreeland: third, O'Connell: fourth, Mott. Very good for a freshman. RELAYS: First, Phi Delta Thetag second, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. The Phi Delts won in 2:52.6, only one-tenth of a second off the record. Were they mad. F V E R M 0 N T TRACK MEET: Phi Deira Theta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Independents, Sigma Phi. Mott and his mates ran up 43 points to 17 for their nearest rivals. HORSESHOES: Warden '42 is in the finals, and J. Pratt '42 and E. Reed '41 are in the semi- finals. 4 Champion Long has been dethroned. SOFTBALL: First, Kappa Sigma: second, Phi Sigma Delta. Pitcher Paul Corley and his slugging mates proved too much for the cream of the college. The intramural managers were, first semester, C. Joseph '43, and second semester, P. Sundberg '43. The Traynor Trophy, awarded by Key and Serpent honor society to the fraternity that Wins most points in intramural competition, both ath- letic and otherwise, went this year to-Kappa Sigma. The Kappa Sigs last won the cup in l932, the first year of competition. The Kappa Sigs rolled up their winning total of twenty-six points by winning five points each in softball, football, basketball and hockey, as well as live for the Kake Walk stunt and one for scholar- ship. The trophy was presented by Key and Ser- pent to Kappa Sigma before the Dartmouth base- ball game on Memorial Day. BOXING IN THE GYM V D un ' . . I iqlllllllllrll I I ' 9 ji ' u m - ,, it in 1 1 11" 1. "5.1z:1S- is I, '- :.-- - 'vi .33-lL4:.i5g'i-fs 5 ' 11- ,.,.11y, ' v" ' q , ,cu':" . E ,. ',f-MN , 111' f E.-- "S, ,fb-:wg 4.:,,a,:f Qin- L-, - . 4:15:55 ,. :nr Q 11- "1-"f3'..'ffL'1i:- ffl i if' QQET Q 11. . ,A ,,-Q xg -.r.-. -- Egg-sf: - -24+ ,..1'.,.:g:1' :Fitz sisfgfnffgixaffv- e:gx2:2. "Jf'TfQ' 5: .-'X'-"1 -'.1:"f' s- - .--3.-. 13" ,fi -. '1 4 fish' WOMENS ATHLETICS .A.. SECOND ROW-SAVAGE, DUSTAN, NICHOLS, GURNEY, JONES, GALLAGHER, FAWCETT FRONT ROW-DEMING, PETERSON, NELSON, CARVER, PIERCE, ROME, METCALF IMPORTANT in directing girls' athletics is the Women's Athletic Association established with the idea of promoting friendship and sportsmanship among the girls on this campus. Besides having its own program throughout the year, the Association likewise cooperates with the physical education de- partment so that tournaments and play-offs may be held as Well as having the opportunity to use more facilitiesfor the various sports. Anyone may become a member of W. A. A. who has been elected to any one honorary varsity team or anyone who has attended at least three- fourths of the meetings of one of the numerous clubs conducted during the course of the year. 'CES The governing body of W. A. A., elected by the student body, is the executive council which is aided in carrying on its activities by the Health Council, the Council-at-Large, and the managers of the sports. In order to stimulate more interest in the organi- zation, the association, this past year, has started clubs in the various sports such as badminton, archery, and basketball. Attendance at these meet- ings has been very good which entitles one to assume that perhaps W. A. A. is able to stimulate the interest in sports which it desires. But, mainly, the one hope of this athletic asso- ciation is to offer qualities of friendship, and sports- manship and fun to its members. UNIVERSITY HEALTH COUNCIL ABELL, LYONS. PERKINS, WILSON, NEEDHAM, MITCHELL, CARVER, ANDERSON, DUSTAN ANOTHER important organization on campus is the Health Council which is composed of one girl from each dormitory. lt is her duty to keep both her dormitory and the Council informed of various health activities and needs of girls at the University. The Health Council carries on not only its own work, but cooperates as well with the Women's Athletic Association in conducting a "health campaign" among the students. Little recognition is given this Council for the efficient work it does. In the first place, it raises its own money through tag days and its annual dance. And, secondly, with the money it has earned, it is able to carry on poster campaigns: but, primarily, it is able to help financially those girls IIFVEIIMUIIT who otherwise would not be able to secure adequate medical attention and treatment. With a wider knowledge among the students of what the Health Council is and what it does, it is hoped that it may do even more than it can now. The health angle at the University of Vermont has always been overlooked by the majority of people and it is entirely to the credit of the Health Council which tries to do what it can on a big problem, Other schools have student infirmaries and clinics supported by a tax on the students, but here the Council, through its own efforts, does what it can to help those who need medical assistance. So now with our own knowledge of the aims and problems of the Health Council, let's all help it in its efforts to solve those problems. GURNEY, NICHOLS, HAWLEY, DOTON, GALLAGHER ALL-SPORTS CLUB THE highest honor which any girl can receive in athletics is election to the All-Sports Club. the athletic honorary society. This club exemplities the highest and most important quali- ties that any girl may have, for only those persons who dis- play outstanding characteristics in leadership, sportsmanship, and scholarship are entitled to membership in this society. Likewise, the members of the All-Sports Club endeavor to spread and promote such qualities on the campus as well as attempting to create new interest in athletics at the University. Because they are girls of outstanding rank, they have tremen- dous influence in urging other students to strive for the same fine qualities which may, eventually, elect them to the club. Each year, only a few girls are entitled to membership in the society. This past year the newly elected members were Dawn Nichols, Laura Hawley, Barbara Gallagher. and Eliza- beth Doton. W. A. A. would not be able to carry on the various sports so well if it were not for the sports managers appointed by the W. A. A. Council. To conduct the clubs, to run off tournaments and play-offs, and to assist W. A. A. generally, one or two girls are appointed to manage the activities of one sport during the year. It is a part of their duty to see that girls on the campus are well and adequately informed about what is happening in the sports-when the clubs meet, when tournaments are to be held, and what the general plan for the season is. Girls who become managers of sports are girls who are usually proficient in that particular sport of which they are managers. But, again, it is not solely their proficiency in the game itself that entitles them to become managers, they must also show qualities of being able to carry on a schedule well and completely. SPORTS MANAGERS THIRD ROW-NEEDHAM, PETERSON SECOND ROW--GOVE, HOWE, NICHOLS. FINNEY. MITCHELL, GRIER FRONT ROW-CARBINO. SHAW, HOWE UNIVERSITY THIRD ROW-ROBINSON, ROWE SECOND ROW--NICHOLS, WISHART FRONT ROW-CARBINO. PRESTON ONE of the new clubs started by W. A. A. this past year is the rifle club. Perhaps it would be better to say that it is only the re-establishment of this club which only a few years back proved to be nationally-famous for Vermont girls were once national rille champions. From all evidences, this sport is still as popular among the girls, for the meetings have been extremely well attended: no sharp-shooters have been discovered as yet, but if the members display as much in- terest as at present Vermont may again have expectations, perhaps, of a champion rifle team. RIFLE ARCHERY ARCHERY proves to be one of the most popular sports avail- able to girls here. Not only are the regular gym classes well attended, the club, also, ranks extremely high in popularity. Dawn Nichols, our best archer, and Marjorie Carbino, also another accurate archer, have carried on a most successful year in this sport: they have been able to influence girls to participate in this activity with a great deal of enthusiasm and fun. Those girls participating will tell anyone that there is no more fun anywhere than the time when their arrow meets the bull's-eye. THIRD ROW-FINN, HOAG, FAWCETT SECOND ROW-VON PAULSEN, ABBOTT, NICHOLS FRONT ROW-MURPHY, BEAL nfvenmuur. SECOND ROW-WHITNEY, CROWLEY, GEER, STEWART, MULHOLLAND, HOAG, ROY, GRAY FRONT ROW--GATES, TRUE, HALL, ARNAULT, HOWE, WHITE, NIAGEE, DELANO, PALMER BADMINTON BADMINTON is undoubtedly one of the largest and most important sports today. It is a flourishing game in gym classes as well as in the club. Meetings are held bi-weekly with the courts always filled to overflowing. The girls are entered in competition with men from the physical education department as well as interested townspeople, and it can be said that there are numerous girls who are fully as good as any of the visitors. A STARTER for the athletic season, hockey, too, draws a large number of players. Each year discovers new and better players so that competition is most keen. After the girls have had an opportunity to Hlimber up," games are held between the Green and Gold teams with plenty of excitement. Hockey is a rigorous and vigorous game, but there's no thrill equal to that of tucking away the puck in the cage. HOCKEY SECOND ROW-GOVE, HOWE, GRIER. PERKINS FRONT ROW-MC LEAN, GATES, HYDE, FAWCETT, ROWE, PICKARD, PIERCE .unlvtnslr WELLS, PETERS, HAMMOND, HOLLOWELL, SHAW, GOLDBERG, MALEN, CORRY MODERN DANCE has definitely established itself upon the campus. Each year, more and more girls flock to the meet- ings of the workshop where many new rhythms and creations are manifested. One is able to have a line time for there are numerous opportunities for the members to create dances and techniques themselves. One of the main events for the workshop is the production of Lilac Day. This year, Miss Lamson and the members of the dance group are diligently working on this pageant which we are all anticipating. DANCING RIDING THERE are always those girls who just can't resist riding when fall and spring come into view. Although there is no competition among the riders, there is much fun and a great thrill for the girls who ride over the bridle paths through the woods of this area. A brisk canter along sunny bridle trails is the best exercise and greatest enjoyment that these lovers of the equine sports can ask for, and it is not to be wondered at that this club is one of the most popular ones. THIRD ROW-BIANCHI, KULKA, HOFFMAN, TUCKERMAN. OLNISTEAD, STEWART, PIKE, CHARLES, RIGGIE SECOND ROW-YOUNG, WARNER, NOLAN, CASEY, DAVIS, LA FRAY FRONT ROW--FINNEY, FRITCHIE IIFVERMIIIIT MITCHELL, MC GAULEY, SHAW GOLF GOLF always finds a few who try to wield a club. Many of the girls are beginners who have aspirations of perhaps being able to hit a ball a few yards. The managers of this sport are anticipating a golf tournament to be run off at one of the country clubs this spring. ALONG with badminton, bowling, too, draws a large number of interested fans. This year has found a large club with competition running high. As the season has not yet closed. it cannot be said how the tournament ended, but one may rest assured that competition between the teams will be sharp. BOWLING THIRD ROW-RHOADES, HATHORNE, GEBBIE. ANDERSON, GILE, CARGILL, CROCKER, LUND SECOND ROW-WHITE, MURPHY, DURFEE, SANDALL, HUGHES, QUINN, SMITH FRONT ROW-MURPHY, MONGEON, VILLEMAIRE, DOWD, NEEDHAM, WOOD, WRIGHT, EISSELL UNIVERSITY NO Liv 5-r ik if ff I Q . . J. LQ, Q I UEQIIIIE? EL' I ' !QXN1 1, s-5 44 n-no im. 41 J wim- NNN Wxgy X Z: D 1. . . ' Q, , .4-15. - Z f . -.J-lfii--Tp.gi-ffgigrv r '- -" 1.4-,f ff:gxgy1Qgf:q:."L." 'J - 1"-:ii?':P2?f19:f ' -'Ir' .Wm ,Y - x 'IQ-gfzijg, . E 1319-' ' Jie.- I3M.i,:. 5.5, . . 1-- '-333 .-1'-1,5--'-' ' .eliitb 411-944' V .-4" -1-1-Q.:-'V ' .1-.I '- J -,N gg -iw:-:ff :M-V: -.n.- -- 'Q - 'fif- ,1"1. .N -I' - T' .' ' .. -' mmf: ukqrft Jr, VFIHZQ -C L ' '. l . '. - . . f: A -f-'dkwix '1'4- 1 5y:rY' -4.39 N-: ., .-. Ar.:-1, ,-.5 ,i 1 1 :.:,--- RARIES THE SOCIETIE THE SOCIETIES-PERHAPS THE MOST IMPORTANT, CERTAINLY THE MOST ATTRACTIVE PART OF THE COL- LEGE. THE FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES, THE SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF SIMILAR MINDED INDI- VIDUALS, UNITED TO LIVE AS THE CLOSEST COMRADES THROUGHOUT THEIR COLLEGE LIVES, THE HONOR- ARIES, THE MAJOR ONES, RECOGNITION BY THE COLLEGE OF THOSE OUTSTANDING IN THEIR CLASS, THE MINOR ONES, RECOGNITIONS OF SUPERIORITY IN THEIR GIVEN FIELD OF WORK OR PLAY, LAST OF ALL, THE BEAUTIES, A SAMPLE OF THE SWEETNESS AND LOVELINESS THAT IS AT VERMONT-THE SOCIETIES. MORTAR BOARD SECOND ROW-GURNEY, MANN. GRAY, ROOT FRONT ROW-METCALF, CROWLEY, DEAN SIMPSON, EMERSON. HAWLEY SENIOR WOMEN'S HONORARY SOCIETY Established at Vermont, 1924 HONORARY MEMBERS Eleanor Cummings Catherine Nulty Mary Jean Simpson MEMBERS Margaret Crowley Dorothy Emerson Shirley Gray Elizabeth Gurney Laura Hawley Louise Mann Maywood Metcalf Marion Aletta Root 212 fix THE AKRAIA CHAPTER of Mortar Board was established at the University of Vermont in 1924. This national senior women's honorary society is composed of women who have been recognized for outstanding service, scholarship and leadership. Since the founding of the chapter at Vermont the activities of Mortar Board have gradually increased. At the beginning of the year the members attend and assist at the Orientation Camp for freshman women. A tutorial bureau plan has been worked out by this organization in order to assist those students who need extra help in their studies. Mortar Board sponsors two dances during the year. They proctor student elections and assist the Dean of Women in various undertakings. UNIVERSITY BOULDER SOCIETY SECOND ROW-EVANS, STRASSBURG, ROYER FRONT ROW-HEALY, MALEY, DEAN SVIIIFT, PYE, KENNEY IN 1905 nine members of the senior class felt the need of a connecting link between the administra- tion and the student body. These men in that year took it upon themselves to organize a Senior Men's Honorary Society which is today known as Boulder. The work of the society throughout the thirty- live years of its existence has more than justiied the beliefs of its founders. Because of it, knotty problems have been anticipated and solved. Its Work will always serve as an immortal reminder of the foresight and initiative of those nine men of the class of 1905. Boulder is recognized as an organization responsible for student leadership. Election to this society is counted one of the highest honors that a University man may win. IIFVEIIMIIIIT SENIOR MEN'S HONORARY SOCIETY Founded 1905 HONORARY MEMBER Dean Elijah Swift MEMBERS Jean Malot Evans Richard Gerald Healy Robert Pardon Kenney Donald William Maley William Arthur Pratt William Irving Pye John Russell Royer Ransom Orcutt Slack Norman Kenneth Strassburg Erank Marshall Taylor STAFF AND SAN DAL' SECOND ROW-NELSON, DAVIS, FISKE, ABEL. PEARL, ROME, AGARD FRONT ROW-GALLAGHER, BUTTERFIELD, METCALF, WITHAM, GOODWIN, PERRY JUNIOR WOMEN'S HONORARY SOCIETY Founded 1938 MEMBERS Frances Abel J oene Agard Barbara Butterfield ,Louise Davis Miriam Fiske Barbara Gallagher Joanna Metcalf Harriet Nelson Gratia Pearl Judith Perry Sally Rome Helen Witham 4 THE JUNIOR WOMEN'S honorary society was founded in 1938. The instigators of this society were Dean Simpson and the Senior Women's honorary society, Mortar Board. The principal aims of the society are to assist Mortar Board in its campus activities. The chief duty of Staff and Sandal delegated by Mortar Board is the management of the annual Lilac Day Pageant, which was originated by Pearl Wasson, the first Dean of Women at Vermont. Staff and Sandal also is in charge of several teas held at Southwick during the year. The members of this society are chosen by their classmates, Mortar Board, and Dean Simpson. The qualities which are desired in a member are scholarship, leadership, and executive ability. UNIVERSITY KEY AND SERPENT SECOND ROW-HUNTING, SAWYER, BURGESS, WOOD FRONT ROW-LOGAN, SPASYK, PROF. TUPPER, WHITE, AKLEY KEY AND SERPENT is a junior men's honorary society which stands for the highest type of college man. To be elected to this society a man must have a pleasing personality, good scholastic stand- ing, leadership ability, he must be popular among his classmates. These principles are the basis on which the outgoing society, the Deans, and the President elect the members for the society for the following year. The duties of Key and Serpent are numerous and essential to the campus and its activities. The members assist Boulder in their activities of execu- tive powers in college functions, such as Kake Walk, athletic contests, pep rallies, campus policies, and ushering at various functions. IIFVEIIMIINT JUNIOR MEN'S HONORARY SOCIETY Founded 1908 I-IONORARY MEMBER Frederick Tupper MEMBERS Clarence Vernon Akley John Stuart Burgess Robert Lackie Carlson Roger Bryant Hunting Frederick Pomeroy Logan James David Sawyer John Joseph Spasyk John Joseph White Hazen Francis Wood SOPHOMORE AIDE5 SECOND ROW-HOFFMAN, GERMAINE, WISHART. SAVAGE, TUCKERMAN FRONT ROW-PIKE BURNS ABELL, SPEAR NEEDHAM HACKWELL SOPHOMORE WOMEN'S HONORARY SOCIETY Founded 'I938 MEMBERS Marjorie E. Abell Barbara Burns Janet Dike Mary Germain Joyce Gilman Janet Hackwell Lola Hawley June Hoffman Alice Needham Patricia Pike Phyllis Savage Natalie Spear Mary Tuckerman Margaret Wishart SOPHOMORE AIDES was organized in 1938. The formation of this new honorary society was largely due to the need of both Mortar Board and Staff and Sandal for able assistance and supervision in under- class activities. The members are hostesses at numerous coffee hours held at Southwick on many Sunday after- noons during the college year. With the capable assistance of Mrs, Bickford the Women have be- come active hostesses at a large number of South- Wick functions. The Women are chosen for this society for their qualities of leadership, character, and scholastic ability. UNIVERSITY GOLD KEY SECOND ROW-CORBETT, WILLIAMS, WEST, BlCKFORD, VREELAND, DUDLEY FRONT ROW-PIERCE, JOSEPH, EDDY, NESTLER, PARKER, GLASS, THURBER GOLD KEY, a sophomore men's honorary society, was organized in 1923. The members are selected because they are outstanding individuals in leader- ship, scholarship, athletic ability and character. Membership in Gold Key is not entirely honor- ary, as one might think, as there are many manual tasks the Gold Key men have to carry out. In the fall, when the freshmen are getting oriented, it is the duty of the Gold Key men to help them. Gold Key conducts the Basketball Hop and .plays a prominent part in the Pep Rallies. One of the most important jobs they have is meeting visiting athletic teams. The impression these men make on the minds of the visiting athletes may determine the type of reputation the University of Vermont will have. SOPHOMORE MEN'S HONORARY SOCIETY Founded 1923 MEMBERS Robert Lee Bickford, Jr. Joseph Edward Corbett Wayne Goodno Dudley Winston Milo Eddy Bernard Lewis Glass Clifford Joseph James Walter Lee, Jr. Warren Byrne Mestler Urson Wilber Otto Harry Chandler Parker, Jr. William Augustus Pierce Paule Nelson Sutton Harris Elliot Thurber Howard Cadmus Vreeland John Wheeler Williams 47 nf venmuur 'Q PHI BETA KAPPA HONORARY SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITY Founded al- Williams and Mary College, 1776 Alpha of Vermont, Established 1848 President . . . Vice-President . . Jean Butler Pye H. Goodman P. C. Jenks Doris C. Kinsley R. H. Leonard Elizabeth L. Myers P. C. Jenks R. Likovsky W. E. Aiken Irene E. Allen Lyman Allen Mary R. Bates Cornelia J. Baylies H. G. Bennett A. M. K. Blume Jennie L. Bradlee Jean E. Brehmer Charlotte P. Brooks R. O. Buchanan J. A. Bullard G. P. Burns G. H. Burrows P. W. Butterfield E. H. Buttles R. K. Caldwell D. F. D. Carpenter OFFICERS . . . .Dr. B. C. Douglass Corresponding Secretary . . . . . . .Miss Irene E. Allen ......Dr. H. F. Perkins Register ...Dr. G. V. Kidder Treasurer ........... ..... D r. J. A. Bullard INITIATES June, 1940 H. K. Riggs Elizabeth E. 'Taylor J. E. Thayer Helen P. Towne J. B. Wheeler Ruth W. Williams STUDENTS IN COLLEGE J. E. Thayer M. Traunstein A. J. Caldwell D. V. Collins J. M. Evans Evelyn M. Fuller December, 1940 OF MEDICINE AND UNCLASSIFIED D. F. Mosher H. Moskovitz MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY AND THE ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Helen R. LeBaron H. P. Levine J. I. Lindsay C. Lucarini G. B. Lucarini Marjorie E. Luce Anna S. Lutman Miriam N. Marston W. H. Martin J. T. Metcalf G. L. Millikan Louise M. Morgan Elizabeth W. Morrill A. B. Myrick Catherine F. Nulty L. D. Paquette H. F. Perkins L. M. Prindle 218 L. W. Dean J. B. DeForest Jeanne E. Dodd E. J. Dole B. C. Douglass G. Dykhuizen P. A. Fraleigh A. R. Gifford Gertrude F. Goldberg Ruth H. Gregory G. G. Groat R. A. Hall R. M. Holmes W. E. James F. W. Kehoe G. V. Kidder Constance L. Knight M. H. Laatsch Irene L. Newton Jessie Swann W. E. Young A. Y. Wolinsky H. K. Riggs L. F. Shorey Mary Jean Simpson H. C. Smith Winona E. Stone E. Swift Vance Tartar Bertha M. Terrill E. Thomas R. S. Towne F. Tupper Mary E. Waddell B. B. Wainwright M. Arline Watkins D. W. Whitman A. B. Willmarth Ethyle R. Wolfe Florence M. Woodard uulvrnsnr SECOND ROW--MOORE, GIFFORD, SIMPSON, COPP, COBURN, GUILBERT FRONT ROW-HUNTLEY, WILLSON, COLEHAMER, HILL. PALMER, THAYER, SPASYK STUDENT MEMBERS Edward O'Connell, '43 John J. Spasyk, '42 HONORARY MEMBERS Milton H. Aldrich Archibald T. Post Daniel B. Carroll Howard A. Prentice Fred S. Kent GRADUATE MEMBERS John L. Beckley, '34 Austin H. Ross, '37 Onslow S. Brown, '34 John H. Suitor, '38 Theodore P. Budzyna, '38 Frederick Tupper, Jr., '32 Joseph J. Delfausse, '34 Loyal S. Wright, '33 Elmer L. Nicholson, '39 HONORARY ATHLETEICI FRATERNITY SIGMA DELTA PSI UFVERMIINT CHAMPLAIN SABERS HONORARY MILITARY SOCIETY Founded 1937 MEMBERS W. M. Colehamer T. R. Huntley R. D. Copp G. I. Palmer J. S. Greene J. J. Spasyk E. A. Guilbert D. W. Thayer B. W. Hill OFFICERS Captain ....................... B. W. Hill First Lieutenant ............ W. M. Colehamer Second Lieutenant and Treasurer .... G. I. Palmer Second Lieutenant and Recorder. . ,D. W. Thayer FACULTY MEMBER Lieutenant Carl H. Schoiield Pl HONOTRARY SOCIAL SCIENCE SOCIETY SECOND ROW-CALDWELL., CRIMMINS, EVANS FRONT ROW--KAPLAN, KISH, NEWTON, JOHNSON FACULTY MEMBERS Prof. Bennett Douglas Mr. W. Howard Martin Established af Vermonf, 1932 Prof. Melvin Laatsch aFProf. Kenneth Sheldon 'Deceased May 13, 1940. FACULTY MEMBERS STUDENT MEMBERS Prof. L. L. Briggs Prof. M. H, Laatsch C. L. Adams H' K, Riggs Prof. D. A. Carroll Miss Catherine Nulty A. F, Amee R, Q. Slack Miss Gennette C. Davis Prof. H. E. Putnam O. M. Brawn H. F' Wood Prof. G. G. Groat Miss Florence Woodard A' Maltbie STUDENT MEMBERS I HQNQRARY EDUCATION socflE'rY A. J. Caldwell Harriet Kieslich Founded at the University of New Hamp- T. E. Cfimmin Olga Kish shire 1922 Jean Evans Elizabeth Marshall Alpha Gamma Chapter, Established 1927 J. Kaplan Irene Newton S KAPPA PHI KAPPA SECOND ROW-ABBOTT, Tr-IAYER, WOOD, BRAWN FRONT ROW-HAWES, ADAMS, MR. RIGGS, MALTBIE, GUILBERT 220 UNlV ERSIT SECOND ROW-FIFIELD, PERRY, SHORES, ZISKIND, GINSBURG, MAURER, ABBOTT, HOFFMAN FRONT ROW-BUTLER, GOODWIN, PROF. KIDDER, FlSKE,' PROF. PRINDLE, NEEDHAM. SWANN FACULTY MEMBERS G O O D Prof. L. W. Dean Dr. A. B. Soule Mr. M. D, Powers P of. L. A. W d d C A C C Prof. L. M. Prindle I Prof. E, Hljblurlilgaerrt 1- B QFPICERS HONORARY CLASSICAL SOCIETY President ..... ......... ..... H . A. Durfee crgamzed 1926 Vice-President .. .... T. R. Huntley Secretary ............................ Harriet Nelson GFFICERS Preszdent ..... ............ .... M a rtha Baker Vice-President . . ......... . . .Margaret Beattie STUDENT MEMBERS Secretary ..... .... M iriam F1Sk2 Treasurer ....... ......... . . .Melvin Hawes Igltffliy Jlirldgiglggg Faculty Advisor ,..................... L. M. Prindle Kathleen LeBaron A. J. Caldwell MEMBERS Harriet Nelson HONORARY FORENSIC SOCIETY Founded art the University of Indiana, 1908 Vermont Chapter, Established 1912 TAU KAPPA ALPHA SECOND ROW-COHEN. CLARK, GLASS. H. ZWICK. Collamer Abbott Emma Abbott Joene Agard Geraldine Annis Martha Baker Fulvio Bardossi Margaret Beattie Mary Butler Miriam Fiske Flora Fifleld Myrna French D. ZWICK FRONT ROW-HUNTLEY, STEWART, PROF. POWERS, DURFEE, NELSON, CALDWELL Hyman Ginsburg Nancy Goodwin Melvin Hawes June Hoffman Walter Mauer Alice Needham Judith Perry Loren Shores Jessie Swann Samuel Ziskind 221 IIFVERMIINT SECOND ROW-CAMPBELL, PAQUETTE, STREETER, WEBSTER FRONT ROW-SMITH, BAILEY, PROF. CAMPBELL, ESTEY, PRATT ALPHA ZETA O,,.,CERS HONORARY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 15QeSf'L3jnf,d -A---- '-----'------- - .E1EV2Y1?1Flg110f , , , zce- rel t ...... ..... t Founded of OIIIO state Unwersrryl 1897 ProgramsCZZirman , ................. Katl'iTlneLeSarimnri Green Mountain Chapter, Established 1905 FACULTY MEMBERS FACULTY MEMBERS Florence Bailey ' Marjorie E. Luce Dean J. L, Hills M. B. Cummings glide: Eagbanks Dr. Florance King Dr. M. H. Campbell D. E. Dunklee 9 en e aron Dr. E. O. Herreid MEMBERS MEMBERS Hester Carver Elizabeth Isham - Dorothy Emerson Kathleen LeBaron gf lgliigbell E' Egqgfxi Evelyn Fuller Marion Aletta Root R. L. Carlson A. C. Smith Madeline Graves H. R. Cushman G. C. Streeter K- J- ESWY I-T' M- Thomas HONORARY HOME ECONOMICS SOCIETY R. F. Evans F. H. Webster X , , F, W, Nye Vermont Phu, Organized 1925 I' Deceased November 11, 1940. N U SECOND ROW-EMERSON, ROOT, LE BARON, CARVER FRONT ROW-GREAVES, MISS BAILEY, DR. KING, MISS FAIRBANKS, ISHAM . UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY PLAYERS SECOND ROW--STOUGHTON, AMEE. DEMING, DIDINSKY. LYONS, KENNEDY, GUILBERT FRONT ROW-HARVEY, BROWN, HUNTING, MANN, BUTTERFIELD, MORGAN, WOOLLEY, POULIN THE UNIVERSITY PLAYERS honorary dramatic society was founded in 1935, the result of the merger of the separate men's and Women's dramatic organizations, Mask and Sandal, and Wig and Buskin. The membership of the society is made up of those who have taken part in one of the major plays sponsored by the Players. The presenting of the two three-act plays pre- sented each year, the Fall play and the Junior Week play, is the main work of the society, and under the able direction of Mrs. Wilnetta Taggart, the Play- ers have presented numerous very successful produc- tions, among them "Holiday," "Hayfever," "Night Must Fall," and this spring's Junior Week Play, "You Can't Take It With You." A supplementary Work of the Players has been the discovery and training of new talent through the medium of the group one-act plays in the fall and the class plays in the winter. Under the leadership of Miss Jeanne Woolley, president for the coming year, it is expected that the Players will present even better dramatic produc- tions than those of years past. UFTVEIIMUIIT HONORARY DRAMATIC SOCIETY Organized 'I935 OFFICERS President . . , ....,......... Louise Mann Secretary ....... .... B arbara Butterfield Business Manager .,,. ..... C . G. Miller Property Manager . . . .... Janet Rust MEMBERS Anne Bottomley W. B. Nestler Barbara Butterfield Patricia Page Elizabeth Deming L. Pichierri Janet Dike Patricia Pike Shirley L. Gray P. R- POUHH E. A. Guilbert G- B- Rood Janet Hackwell Janet E- RUSY R. B. Hunting Dorothea Smith Jane E. Lyons R- W. Snider Louise Mann Marion C, Stoughton C. H. Marks Jeanne Woolley C. G. Miller 223 FQ ATERN I Q' x v ' um Tuullulln I gm . J' 41. W ,QV 75 -essex XX? fx -.-Lg X u..1',.ze9n Ig. 'L N. -JQXNQ W 4- . 7Zxw. C1 I ' 1 9 'Y li . fl i 5 9 , - .. . - 1 ' Z M '..': . .0-1Zf"iL-LE'21g1fi,2H -I' '- " 1-4'-f'f2I '- - " 'Av-f1.1'I-' -' ' - v,-1. , an-:v.ta,.v I' Liiff' id' '15- , EH ,SMA Mg: f Q-- ' -3i'i':. -'3'if":' ' -'Inn . zq-,-.,-49 M. nf, - - ,- 3-gzjgxgnlsgll. :mia . a,-- .54 --.:t':f:' Q. .5- A-'31:jE:G?If"' ff""' V.. ,1gj:'2f5I" f ,-1552" 13 .-P.. -. fi i:fif3"'45 n:1.::5'1' 'ii' 'G GSR - 1.'.':'. gtg- -'Q ffit-'A kv ' "- ,,. ., -1. N A,.:f..:.P1'g-,.Lu5- gfgfi ' ,x:,-' Q V :ik-. 4.53,-39 1. ,Ip :Q -- v::- - 1 30-AX'f 3,'.pV x x- ., - Jil.-. tg.: A, ., f 1 Tw .. TIES ALPHA CHI OMEGA FOURTH ROW-A. WHITE, LANG, ISHAM, M. PERRY, WILLIAMS, E, WHITE, HUGHES, MITCHELL, BONE, WHITNEY, BIANCHI. BERRY THIRD ROW-MC LEAN. WATTS, BAILEY, SOUTHWORTH, NEEDHAM, CASSIDY, GORNEY, GERMAINE, WISHART, NELSON, WOODS, W RNER PIERCE. SALVATOR. SHIPPEE, A SECOND ROW-LA FRAY, PIKE, BEVINS, FISKE, A. HOWE, PRONDECKI, DUCAS, COLE, KIESLICH, FARRELL, ARONSON, GALLAGHER, BISHOP, WILCOMB, J. PERRY FIRST ROW-B. SMITH, GEBBIE, ANDERSON, CROCKER, RICE, E. HOWE, MEARS, HERRMANN, L. HOWE, LANOU, H. SMITH SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 1941 Eloise Bayley Angeline Ducas Louise Peters Betty Cole Madeline Greaves Irene Prondecki Elizabeth Doton Mary Hosley Mary Letta Root Madge Duba Harriet Kieslich Rae Sheehan Lillian Aronson Barbara Bishop Miriam Fiske Barbara Gallagher Cynthia Bailey Florence Bevins C. Joyce Bone Margaret Cassidy Gloria Farrell Mary Germaine Janet Anderson Janice Berry Louise Bianchi Dorothy Bullard Barbara Clark Virginia Crocker Jean Davison Harriet Gebbie Barbara Hall 1942 Shirley Hall Alice Howe Ellen Isham Harriet Nelson Judith Perry 1943 Sophie Gorney Claire LaFray Morna Lang Helen McLean Virginia Mitchell 1944 Ramona Hathorn Nellie Herrmann Ellen Howe Louise Howe Rosamond Hughes Marie Lanou Vera Mears Mary Perry 226 Antoinette Salvator Ethel Shippee Barbara Wilcomb Harriet Woods Alice Needham Phyllis Pierce Lucia Pike Marjorie Southworth Mignon Warner Margaret Wishart Shirley Price Alice Rowe Betty Smith Helen Smith Eunice Watts Alida White Elizabeth Ann White Harriet Whitney Mary Williams U N I V E R S I T Y ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER Founded at DePa+uw University, 1885 Established at Vermont, 1921 SOROR IN FACULTATE Gennette C, Davis 475 n F v E n M n N 1 L ALPHA Xl DELTA SECOND ROW-HEATH, ABBOTT, BADGER, DUNBAR, BISSELL, NELSON, MC CORMICK, NORRIS, ROBINSON, PICKARD SPEAR FRONT ROW-NICHOLS, BROOKS, SCHLAF PERKINS, NICHOLS, BENOIT, CARVER, BROWN, STEERE Jean Brooks Ellen Brown Peggy Abbott Jane Badger Margo Benoit Barbara Dunbar "WE soRoREs IN UNIVERSITATE 1941 Lorraine Carver Dawn Nichols Evelyn Perkins 1942 Mary Bissell Elisabeth Heath 1943 Marion Nelson Jean Norris Mary Lou Pickard I944 Frances Steere 22 8 Doris Schlaf Janice Spear Dorothy McCormick Dorothy Nichols Barbara Robinson Natalie Spear S ar. -1-'M UNIVERSITY UPSILON CHAPTER ' Founded al' Lombard College, l893 Established at Vermont, l9l5 SOROR IN FACULTATE Alida B. Fairbanks UFVERMIJNT DELTA DELTA DELTA FOURTH ROW-LAKE, GOVE, PALMER, MULHOLLAND, DELANO, ARNAULT, REMINGTON, PETERSON THIRD ROW-CLARK, ROME, CASEY. WEDGE. COLLINS, WHITSON, M. BUTLER, WILSON, RIDDELL, HOFFMAN SECOND ROW-YOUNG, KLINGER, STETSON CREAMER, WILSON, B. BUTLER, FINNEY, AGARD ELDREDGE FRONT ROW-RAYMOND INGALLS, HAWKINSON, GRAY NOLAN, Barbara Butler Joene Agard Lucille Clarke Betty Ingalls Gail Klinger Mary Butler Joan Eldridge Peggy Flint SORORESHQLHHVERMTATE 1941 Mildred Creamer Jean Finney T942 Ruth Miller Ann Parker Catherine Peterson T943 Esther Gove June Hoffman Mary Lessor MILLER Carole Stetson June Riddell Sally Rome Sarah Wilson Jean Young Ruth Newell Lucy Upson Harriet Whitson T944 Dorothy Arnault Diantha Geer Peggy Palmer Carolyn Brehmer Myra Gray Ann Remington Ita Casey Betty Lake .lean Vogler Dorothy Collins Agnes Mullholland Barbara Webb Margaret Delano Eleanor Nolan Shirley Wedge Betty Hawkinson Margaret Wilson 230 'f U N I V E R S I T Y ETA CHAPTER Founded of Boston University, 1888 Established at Vermont, 1893 .. 'ug xr np " Nm, k 'M , -.4 'iv' ' SORORES IN FACULTATE Marjorie E. Luce Helen E. Nichols Verna E, Parker ftfx n F v E n M u u I KAPPA ALPHA THETA THIRD ROW-BOTTOMLEY, BUCKINGHAM, COOPER, HOLDEN, GRIER. CARR, L. HAWLEY, SOMMER, DEMING, ROBERTS SECOND ROW-RUST, COBB, TUCKERMAN, ABEL. L. MANN, STEARNS. SHAW. WELSH, MC AU LIFFE, BELL FRONT ROW-DIKE, PEARL, B. MANN, WHIPPLE ESHERICK HAMMOND, HAWLEY, HALL, SWANSON, CLEMMER Dorothy Emerson Margaret Esherick Mary Jane Hammond Frances Abel Anne Bottomley Wanda Cobb Elizabeth Cooper Elizabeth Deming Janet Dike Phyllis Bell Carolyn Brown Shirley Buckingha . .A-.. 1T1 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 1941 Laura Hawley Nancy Jones Kathleen LeBaron Barbara Mann 1942 Jean Hall Katherine Holden Gratia Pearl 1943 Cathryn Grier Lola Hawley Corinne Hollowell 1944 Alison Carr Margaret Clemmer 232 Louise Mann Marion Rice Jeannette Whipple Janet Rust Martha Stearns June Swanson Mary Tuckerman Catherine Shaw Doris Welsh Jane McAuliffe Betsey Roberts Olga Sommer UNIVERSITY 1 LAMBDA CHAPTER Founded at DePauw University, 1870 Established at Vermont, 1881 Q SORORES IN FACULTATE Mary R. Bates Mary A. Boynton Mrs. Gordon Davis Elizabeth Eckhard Dr. Florence King Margaret Rice Elizabeth Rich Mary Jean Simpson Florence M. Woodard UFVERMUNT PI BETA PHI FOURTH ROW INGRAM, FORSSELL, J, METCALF, HACKWELL, GOODWIN, BURNS, MAGEE, PIKE, STOUGHTON, JENKS PAGE SPRAGU E THIRD ROW DUSTAN. ABELL. WOOLLEY, WOOD, PERKINS, WRAY, MOORE, BRAY, ADAMS, DURFEE, FLETCHER, DAVIS SAVAGE SECOND ROW GRAY, LYONS, TRASK, M. CROWLEY, M. METCALF, MAYFORTH, ALLEN, BUTTERFIELD, CONLEY, EVANS THOMPSON MARSHALL, MEEKEN FRONT ROW YOUNG. P. CROWLEY, QUINN, EIMER, LANE, WHALEN, PROVOST. BOURNE. GUSTAFSON, M. E. METCALF GAYLORD Jane Allen Agnes Conley Margaret Crowley Barbara Evans Shirley Gray Barbara Butterfield Janet Clark Louise Davis Marjorie Abell Barbara Burns Janet Hackwell Diana Adams Dorothy Bourne Constance Bray Patricia Crowley Dorothy Davis Margaret Durfee SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 1941 Elizabeth Gurney Hester Kehoe Jane Lyons Fern Magee Elizabeth Marshall Shirley Mayforth 1942 Harriet Dustan Jean Forssell Nancy Goodwin Phyllis Ingram 1943 Elizabeth Jenks Frances Lynch Patricia Page 1944 Marilyn Eimer Julia Fletcher Alma Gaylord Esther Gustafson Barbara Lane Mary Elizabeth Metcalf 234 Grace Meeken Maywood Metcalf Sarah Peters Jeanette Thompson Caroline Trask Joanna Metcalf Patricia Wood Jane Wray Patricia Pike Phyllis Savage Marion Stoughton Dorothy Moore Priscilla Perkins Carol Provost Mary Quinn Justine Whalen Priscilla Young UNIVERSITY VERMONT BETA Founded at Monmouth College, 1867 Established at Vermont, 1898 SORORES IN FACULTATE Mrs. Jennie R. Bradlee Dr. Katherine McSweeney 235 nfvenmuni SIGMA GAMMA THIRD ROW-S. MURPHY, CARR, WHITE, LACY, BUTTERFIELD, FRANKLIN, WALKER, ABBOTT, DOANE, THORNTON SECOND ROW-SCHOENEMAN, FULLER, CLOSE, D. MURPHY, CHAFFEE ELIZ CHAFFEE, F. SMITH, KNICKERBOCKER M SMITH FRONT ROW-SWANN, BAKER, DOUGLAS, HEYWOOD, MARVIN ISHAM, BLODGETT, ALLEN, OSGOOD, HYDE LOCAL Founded at Vermont, 1920 SORORES IN PACULTATE Constance L. Brown Mary P. Lane Katherin Eckley Dopp Martha Baker Barbara Blodgett . ..1.. Q L.. SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 1941 Helen Carr Hester Carver Laura Douglas Evelyn Fuller 1942 Verna Allen Elizabeth Chaffee 1943 Emma Abbott Hazel Butterfield Beverly Carr Virginia Close 1 9 4 4 Kathryn Doane Jeanne Knickerbocker 236 Erederika Bailey Northrop Mae Tinkham Ro Ora Heywood Elizabeth Isham Barbara McIntosh Frances Rogers Jessie Swann Ethelyn Chaffee Pearl Marvin Dorothy Murphy Dorothy Franklin Jean Murphy Marjorie Smith Dorothy Thornto Ione Lacy well I1 UNIVERSITY DELTA PHI EPSILON THIRD ROW-ROSEN, BERGER, BROOKS, GOLDBERG, ISAACS, KOBLE SECOND ROW-BERMAN, OLING, SHEAR, BERKSON, FISHMAN, YETT, ZINMAN, BLUME, SPIWAK, BERMAN FRONT ROW-LEVIN, COLODNY, REICHMAN, GRIFFEL., SAUL, RUBEN, BEGUN, COHEN. TOPKINS, JASPER Leah Begun Mildred Cohen Anna Berman Gloria Oling Eleanor Berig Jean Blume Paula Berger Estelle Berkson Anita Berman Doris Brooks Constance Colodny Sylvia Fishman U F V E R M DELTA ALPHA CHAPTER Founded at New York University, 1917 Established at Vermont, 1939 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 1941 Clara Griffel Harriet Koble Miriam Rubin 1942 Alice Reichman Ruth Spiwak 1943 Helaine Goldberg Temaly Yett 1944 Judith Isaacs Geraldine Jasper Florence Levin Cecil Rosen Jean Shear Enid Zinman 2 3 7 T Jean Saul Edith Topkins ALPHA TAU OMEGA THIRD ROW-WHITNEY, MC CABE, DUDLEY, ROZEK, KILBURN SECOND ROW-PEKALA, WYSOLMERSKI, DORION. C. BICOULES. CHESARONE, HONSINGER GERMAIN FRONT ROW-MCGINTY, DIFORIO, FORD SAYRE G BICOULIS, WRIGHT, WARDEN THAYER GREENE FRA TRES IN UNIVERSITATE George J. Bicoulis James P. Diforio Fred E. Ford Charles A. Bannon Walter I. Dorian Stanley J. Pekala Christopher F. Bicoulis Philip J. Chesarone Wayne G. Dudley Roger E. Edgerton John W. Grant S C.. . .uv- I 1941 L. Hamlin Green Henry E. MacGinty Harry W. Noyes 1942 A David G. Rousseau Louis M. Rozek 1943 E. Samuel Germain Jackson E. Honsinger Ralph M. Kilburn 1944 Arlington D. Hazen 238 Floyd R. Olson Julius W. Whitney William H. Wright Robert C. Sayre Robert D. Thayer Alexander L. Warden Walter J. Koladza Thomas A. McCormick Sigismund S. Wysolmerski Warner S. Keith Chester C. McCabe U N I V E R S I T Y VERMONT BETA ZETA Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1865 Established at Vermont, 1887 K 9 FRATRES IN FACULTATE t"Guy W. Bailey Arthur D. Butterfield Elbridge C. Jacobs Hovey A. Jordan Frederick P. Tupper Charles F. Whitney Deceased October 22, 1940. llF:VERMllNT 239 'I J DELTA PSI THIRD ROW RYAN, ST. MARY, S. OTIS, HARRINGTON, SWIFT, WOOD, A. PATERSON, R. STOCKWELL, J, CORLISS, E STOCKWELL PORTER DAVIS, ESTEY, HUBBARD GOODENOUGH, FORD SECOND ROW CAMPBELL, SMITH, TWITCHELL EDDY, POWELL, LEACH, R OTIS BOARDMAN, PATERSON, EVANS, SMALL BARBER C CORLISS, CHENEY, BUTTLES FIRST ROW CARLSON, PIKE, CALDWELL, D THAYER, NICHOLS, ROOD DAVIS STRASSBURG KENNEY, BARROWS COBURN George Bailey Wayne Barrows Allan Caldwell Harold Carlson H. Bunal Coburn Floyd Campbell Robert Carlson C. Edward Corliss Clarence Barber John Buttles Dudley Davis Winston Eddy Rufus Estey John Baxendale Frederick Boardm Lionel Cheney John Corliss Edmon Craige an SISSON, LITTLE, BAXENDALE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1941 Robert Davis Lyman Gallup Robert Kenney Elmer Nichols Edgar Roby Gilman Rood 1942 Kelley Duncan Richard Otis Robert Paterson 1943 Leonard Harrington Robert Leach George Little Stevenson Porter Ernest St. Mary 1944 Stuart Evans Raymond Ford Harvey Goodell David Goodenough Robert Otis Arthur Paterson 240 John Rush Ransom Slack Melvin Small Norman Strassburg Donald Thayer Stanley Pike Hazen Wood Harvey Hubbard William Sisson Robert Stockwell Oliver Swift Frank Swift, Jr. Harry Twitchell Thomas Powell, Jr Douglas Riddell Donald Ryan Charles Smith Ernest Stockwell U N I V E R S I T Y LOCAL Founded at Vermont, 1850 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Paul K. French Fred S. Kent Harry F. Perkins Howard H. Prentice A. Bradley Soule James W. Marvin UFVERMIINT R-ref? in KAPPA SIGMA FOURTH ROW-CAIN, PALERMO, RICE, HARVEY, PIKE, ABBOTT, DYKENS, MILLER, CACCAVO, NIEMI THIRD ROW-CORBETT, HENNESSEY, COSTELLO, AKLEY, ZELLINGER REYNOLDS, BLACK, PARTRIDGE, WHITE. RICHARDSON, LEE SECOND ROW-CRIMMIN, DURFEE, HEALY, MALEY, CROSSLEY ROYER, CORLEY, BEAUCHEMIN. WILLIAMS, CORBETT SULLIVAN FRONT ROW-O'NEIL SOULE, CRONK, KEIGHLEY, KILLICK, THOMPSON, THOMAS, BUTTON FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1941 Henri Beauchemin David Collins James F. Corbett Paul Corley Frank Crimmin John Doheny Clarence Akley John Costello Chester Partridge Leigh Abbott Warner Black Nolan R. Cain Ralph Caccavo Joseph Corbett Bart Barry Larry Button Thomas Clairmont Edo Conedera Reno Conti ga Harold Durfee Richard Healy Lyman Hunt Leighton C. Kimball Ray Laramie I942 Merton Pike Merle C. Reynolds John Smith Randall Sullivan I943 James Dykens Ralph Goss Wendell Harvey Robert Hennessey James W. Lee William Niemi I944 J. Stanley Cronk Herbert Dowling Peter Fortuna Thomas Keighley Larry Killick Richard Lynch Donald W, Maley John Royer Albert Senuta Larry Simpson Harold Williams Henry Way John J. White John Zellinger Biagio Palermo Bradford Perkins Judson Richardson Richard Swift John Tooles Ronald Neal Charles Pacini Ralph Soule Richard Thomas Richard Thom son P Anthony Lewkowicz 242 UIIIVERS ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER Founded cnt University of Virginia, 1869 Established at Vermont, 1893 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Ernest H. Buttles Joseph L. Hills George V. Kidder Walford T. Rees UFVEHMUNT A PHI DELTA THETA THIRD ROW-WILLIAMS, BUNDY, MARBURG, DUQUE, COMINGS, CARPENTER, MAYFORTH, SHEPARD, FLYNN, WEST SECOND ROW-SPASYK, CODDING, MURRAY, GILBERT. MOTT, BENOIT, WALGREN, PULLEYN, LOGAN, NESTLER, CURTIS, GOETTLICK FRONT ROW---NUTTER, MILLER, BRIGHAM, CRONIN, FOSTER RAMSDELL, EMOTT, PACHE DANIELS POTTER, SHORTLE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE I94I John F. Cronin James T. Emott, Jr. Henri L. Pache William A. Daniels Roger G. Ramsdell, Jr I942 Lyman H. Brigham Robert G. Foster Frederick P. Logan Wilfred J. Benoit Elias B. Mott, Jr. Fred C. Bundy Torrey Carpenter Lewis Codding Herbert Comings Alejandro A. Duque 'CNE Clark Cm. Miller William L. Potter William S. Preston 1943 William J. Murphy 1944 Richard Flynn Walter Cmoettlick Fred A. Lawton Robert Lockwood Donald Marburg 244 Charles A. Shortle, Jr. John Joseph Spasyk James A. Sudbay, Jr. Warren B. Nestler Donald J. Nutter Harold Mayforth James Moore Robert Pulleyn William Shepard Paul Walgren unuvenslrv :gps- VERMONT ALPHA Founded at Miami University, 1848 Established at Vermont, 1879 WF FRATRES IN FACULTATE David Boswell James A. Bullard George P. Burns Herbert A. Durfee Frederick K. Jackson Forrest W. Kehoe Charles A. Kern Elmer W. Pike George M. Sabin UFVERMUNT 245 E- LAMBDA IOTA SECOND ROW-BIGELOW, BURNINGHAM, R. WHITE, BROWNE, DOHERTY, CUMMINGS FRONT ROW-SMITH, HOWE, DARLING, BURGESS, J. WHITE, JOHNSON, MAYVILLE, THURBER, PETERSON PRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Jose N. Cabanzo Howard R. H. Johnson George F. Babits Raymond F. Darling Harry E. Howe Donald A. Bigelow M. Baxter Cummings 1941 John L. Kotuby Allen G. Mayville 1942 Lawrence W. Burgess 1943 Dana A. Peterson 1944 William T. Lane 246 Francis W. Nye Azel J. Taggart J. Allen White, Jr. Harris E. Thurber Reginald S. White Robert L. Marcalus Robert J. Moflitt UNIVERSITY LOCAL Founded at Vermont, 1836 ' , b,..A. .Pixar A FRATRES IN FACULTATE Charles D. Braun Karl C. MacMahon Lyman S. Rowell Hiram Upton A77 UFVERMIINT Edward Eaton Eloyd Rising SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON THIRD ROW-PUTNAM, THIAVILLE. GOELLER, DITORE, HURST, STRACHAN, HUMPHREY SECOND ROW-GREY, HARRINGTON, NOBLE, KEOUGH, BRAINERD, MORGAN, GROSVENOR, SHELDON, SUNDBERG, WILMOTT. UPTON FRONT ROW-PICHIERRI GUILBERT, VREELAND, THORPE, KENNEDY HUNTING, SHAW, NEAL, MASSUCCO, SALMON TAYLOR FRATRESHQLWHVERMTATE 1941 William Miningham Edward Guilbert Thomas Malone Joseph Massucco Jerry Ditore Roger Hunting Michael Cozzolino William Humphrey Harold Kennedy William Neal John Noble Warren Brainerd Mahlon Conners Robert Gilmore William Goeller Bert Grey Louis Pichierri Frank Proctor 1942 Gander McLeod Paul Pullinen Sherburn Searl 1943 Edward O'Connell Harold Parris Harold Pulling Salmon Putnam 1944 Robert Harrington Robert Howard John Hurst William Keough Donald Morgan John Mounteith 248 Richard Salmon Prank Taylor Prank Utley Albert Shaw Waino Suojanen Donald Sheldon Robert Strachan Paul Sundberg Howard Vreeland Richard Wilmot Ernest Orban Benjamin Parker Franklin Pierce Albert Thorpe Robert Upton UNIVERSITY VERMONT BETA Founded at the University of Alabama, 1856 Established at Vermont, 1922 FRATRES IN PACULTATE Milton H. Aldrich Albert G. Mackay Arthur B. Myrick 249 47? UFVERMUNT SIGMA NU THIRD ROW--BOYDEN, CLARK, STEENBURN, STORY, SMITH, MC RELL. FLEMING, FOTI, FOWLER SECOND ROW-WEST, SAWYER, CORLISS, C. LONG, OTTO. BLOOMER, MORAN, DELANO, JONES FRONT ROW-COOPER, H. LONG, PARKER REED, PYE HUNTLEY JACOB, LAWRENCE, NEILL FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Bernard W. Hill Taze R. Huntley Norman J. Boyden, Jr. Emory Flagg Clark Samuel Foti Lester P. Brown, Jr. Duncan Corliss A. Brookins Delano, Jr. Franklin Fowler Robert A. Bloomer Edward Boyden Charles F. Cooper, Jr. 1941 Anton Jacob, Jr. Maynard Lawrence 1942 Clifford Long Herbert Long 1943 J. Prescott Hoyt Allen Jones Llewellyn Jones Donald McRell Urson Otto 1944 Dwight Eddy James Fleming John Reed Donald Steenburn 250 William I. Pye Earl Greene Reed Donald Moran David Neill David Sawyer Harry Parker, Jr. Stewart Smith Robert Story Russell West LeGrand Thomas Henry Tulip David Wright U N I V E R S I T Y BETA SIGMA CHAPTER Founded at Virginia Military Institute, l869 Established at Vermont, l898 Iii Q2 .3 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Wellington E. Aiken Lt. R. J. M. Fyfc, Jr. Archibald T. Post Harold I. Williams 251 475 UF venmnur SIGMA PHI THIRD ROW-KEMPTER, SALMON, KIMBALL, PAGE, HAYES, BLAKELY SECOND ROW-WEDGE, POND, PEASE, HARRINGTON, KELLOGG, EISENWINTER, POPE, ALLEN FRONT ROW-BURGESS STEPHEN TUCKER, EVANS MOORE REYNOLDS SUTTON John S. Burgess Allan C. Moore Edwin H. Blakely Philip D. Eisenwinter Monroe B, Allen David S. Kellogg 'Ci PRATRES IN UNIVERSITAT E I94I Jean M. Evans I942 Myers J. Reynolds, III I943 Richard C. Hay Cecil H. Kimball Clifford A. Pease 1944 Rudolph H. Kempter Richard W. Page Richard W. Pope 252 James H. Stephen Norman D. Tuck Robert R. Pond Paul N. Sutton William Salmon Donald L. Wedge er, Jr unlvenslrv AIl.PHA OF VERMONT Founded at Union College, 1827 Established at Vermont, 1845 gg ef 'va FRATRES IN FACULTATE Lyman Allen Paul D. Clark John B. Wheeler UFVERMIINT 253 TAU EPSILON PHI THIRD ROW-GOLDMAN, GOLDBERG, SHAFIRO, FUCHS, DONDES, FELSENFELD, STROYMAN SECOND ROW-SAIGER, SEDLIS, FISHER ZISKIND MILLER GLAZIN LIEEERMAN DAVIDOFF FRONT ROW-ROBINSON, ITZKOWITZ, SCHUMAN FIRESTONE ELOOM GOODMAN SAVIN BASCH Jack Bloom Herbert Basch Leonard Berman Murray Fisher Jack Goldman Seymour Davidoff Paul Dondes Stanley Felsenfeld Eugene Fuchs Allen Glazin . ..q.. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1941 aera Sumner S. Firestone I942 Charles Itzkowitz I943 Clifford Joseph I944 Julius Goldberg Carl Goodman Alfred A. Kepnes Leonard Kunken Lawrence Miller Nathan Pulde 254 Israel Goodman Sanford Savin Max M. Shuman Herbert Robinson Samuel Ziskind George Saiger Herbert Sedlis Robert Shapiro Harold Stroyman Leonard Weg UNIVERSITY KAPPA CHAPTER Founded at Columbia University, 1906 Established at Vermont, 1919 475 v E n M n nr PHI SIGMA DELTA THIRD ROW-WARSAW. KATZ, J, LEVINE, SALTZBERG, LEAVY, FRANK, FELDMAN, DENENFELD, FIEBER, SCHOENBERG. RUBENSTEIN SECOND ROW-BAUIVI, MANHEIM, REISER, BORNSTEIN, BRILL, GLASS, GOLDBLATT, HARRIS, CYCLEMAN, DIDINSKY, GOLD FRONT ROW-S. LEVINE, KATZEW, LIPPE SIRKIN R LEVINE KAPLAN, HOLTZMAN, SISSELMAN, STEINMAN, RYNOWECER, FRATRESHQLDUVERMTATE 1941 Jacob Kaplan Robert Goldberg Milton Holtzman Charles Katzew Seymour Baum Jerry Brill Monroe Cycleman Norman Bornstein Saul Boyarsky Gerald Didinsky Stanley Feldman Stanley Fieber 1942 Samuel Levine William Musicant Milton Reiser Bernard Rynowecer 1943 Bernard Glass Paul Gold 1944 Lester Prank Jacob Katz Jack Leavy Julian Levine Jack Machanic Gil Manheim Y 256 'qi Robert Levine Stanley Sirkini Sidney Sisselman Robert Steinman Jacob Goldblatt Irving Harris Robert Tarshis Joseph Margolis Max Rubinstein Isidore Saltzberg Paul Schoenberg Robert Warsaw MACHANIC. BOYARSKY, GOLDBERG unlvensnrv PHI CHAPTER Founded of Columbia, 1909 Established ol' Vermont, 1928 FRATER IN FACULTATE Hyman B. Levine 257 i nrvfnmonr "" 2 E BEAU I.: -, 6 Gp- h :J gil:-H nulnnn 1 'lj-2 : -df Na? '-s , -ii niiiiiiiill I-Q 1 v 'ii' .:'-lkaf' :ff " -3:-:flfffiax - E 1:4 1 ' -'W-Ii- gf: . . .. 559251511 I -'35 Q3- ' '.,.jf2-g,g2 43-ii 5,,,.,' x' w .4-yh-.f 'f ' i,.,i-1. TIES s M35 1126124 iuifezfiefcf FASCINATING-PIXIE FEATURES, FAIRY FORM, THE WILL-O- THE WISP WHICH KEEPS MAN EVER INTRIGUED, EVER INTENT, THESE MAKE UP BARBARA, THE CONSTANT LURE TO DISTANT THINGS. IT IS BEAUTY OF THIS SORT THAT INSPIRED THE MEN OF FRANCE TO FOLLOW THE MAID OF ORLEANS UP FROM DEFEAT TO VICTORY, BEAUTY THAT LEADS MAN ON- WARD, UNMINDFUL OF HIS OWN FATE-FASCINATING. M055 goin C?-2111625 ,fyncf BEWITCHING-RAVEN HAIR, CAMELLIA SKIN, LIPS A DASH OF THRILLING SCARLET, THESE MAKE FRANCES THE EXOTIC BEAUTY SHE IS, IT IS FOR BREATH-TAKING BEAUTY SUCH AS THIS THAT MARK ANTONY CAST ASIDE THE DOMINATION OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. BEAUTY THATQDRUGS MAN AND HOLDS HIM CAPTIVE, SLAVE OF ITS EVERY WHIM-BEWITCHING. M035 .QM .ffbyafezf H0 CHARMING-HONEY-LIKE COMPLEXION, DAZZLING SMILE, EVERLASTING YOUTH, THESE MAKE SALLY, THE DREAM COMPANION OF EVERY MAN, THE EMBODI- MENT OF THE SWEETHEART OF SIGMA CHI. SUCH BEAUTY LED ROMEO TO DARE ALL THINGS FOR BUT A WORD FROM HER LIPS, BEAUTY WHICH FOREVER CHAINS MAN'S HEART-CHARMING. M35 May jexnne bmoffey ENTRANCING-GOLDEN TRESSES, CLEAR BLUE EYES, THE FEATURES OF A GODDESS, COMBINE IN JEANNE THE DISTANT VISION, THE UNKNOWN, THE IMAGINED LOVELINESS THAT MAN SEEKS AND NEVER FINDS. IT IS FOR THIS DREAM OF BEAUTY THAT MENELAUS AND AGAMEMNON "LAUNCHED A THOUSAND SHIPS" TO A'I'I'AIN. BEAUTY WHICH LURES MAN ON WITH THE PROMISE OF PERFECTION-ENTRANCING. RETRO PE WITH A FEELING OF MINGLED RELIEF AND REGRET WE REACH THE END OF OUR WORK ON THE I942 ARIEL, RELIEF THAT THE LONG HOURS OF ROUTINE, THE PLAN- NING, THE UNEXPECTED CATASTROPHES, THE CON- STANTLY ARISING PROBLEMS, ALL ARE OVER, REGRET THAT THE PLEASANT ASSOCIATIONS, THE PLEASURE OF WORK WELL DONE, THE THRILL OF ACHIEVEMENT, ARE ALSO ALL OVER. WE PRESENT TO YOU THE RESULTS OF OUR LABORS, IF IT PLEASES YOU, THEN WE CAN ASK FOR NO MORE. QI IT IS A PLEASURE FOR US TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE CONSTANT ASSISTANCE RENDERED BY THE STAFF AND THE SCRUBS, TO THEM SHOULD GO THE BULK OF THE CREDIT FOR THE BOOK. TO MISS NANCY GOODWIN, PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR, GOES OUR GREATEST GRATITUDE, FOR WITHOUT HER CONSTANT H ELP AN D ENCOURAGEMENT LI'I'I'LE WOULD HAVE BEEN ACCOMPLISHED. III TO MR. HARRY GOMBERG OF THE ZAMSKY STUDIO GOES ANOTHER LARGE MEASU RE OF THANKS. HIS CONSTANT CHEERFULNESS AND FINE WORK UNDER VERY HURRIED AND WORRIED CONDITIONS CAN NOT BE SUFFICIENTLY APPLAUDED. TO MR. WILLIAM JENKS OF JENKS STUDIO AND MR. HARRY STEVENS GO OUR GRATITUDE FOR SUPPLEMENTARY WORK WHEN CON- DITIONS DEMANDED IT. ill TO THE HOWARD-WESSON ENGRAVING COMPANY, MR. MILTON FITCH IN PAR- TICULAR GO OUR ACKNOWLEDGMENTS FOR CONSTANT ASSISTANCE IN THE PLANNING AND COMPLETION OF THE BOOK, AND TO THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS, HARRY BLODGETI' AND TED JORDAN, FOR THE TIRE- LESS EFFORT PUT IN ON THE ACTUAL PRODUCTION. ill FINALLY, TO ALL CONNECTED WITH THE PRODUC- TION OF THE 1942 ARIEL, GOES OUR GRATITUDE FOR SPLENDID COOPERATION. OUR BOOK IS COMPLETED, WE HOPE YOU LIKE IT. ROGER B. HUNTING, Editor 1. , Iilllllllluul "ofm'Nor?! 5 A. ff niiimliill .-. . . , i f 4,'fm-z-s'AiaH:ff ' zqr- ,.-5:3 ' " 1 .,,1 .sq-swf' E E "iv 2421 .:':fE1:23s:v'. . . . . .. if--js: ff'f'f:ffHf --Q in ."'5L'.'r.. Sinn Sfikihs L-f':E3i'WQv!?r'.I"l '-lk C -ll .-' -.s-'Q-- ' 4-31--X--A-' IHQAAQ ,affair .,-,ur ,.--'.- .,-,-,w. 2151.1 '1 -9,1-11911 1 AS., E 1- 1322--1 .f-we 'A. . ADVERTISEMENTS , . L.......... INDEX T0 ADVERTISERS Bero Co. ....,,...... . G. S. Blodgett Co., Inc.. . Boynton's ............ Brown's Pharmacy ..... Bullock's Laundry ..... Burlington Coal '25 Ice. . . Burlington Savings Bank. Burlington Shoe Repairing Co. .............. . Burlington Trust Co. . . . Champlain Valley Fruit. . Co1man's Pharmacy .... Drury Brick Co. ...... . Fashion Shop, The ..... Free Press Printing Co. . . Gee's Shoe Shop ....... Green Mt. Power Corp.. . Hagar Hardware ....... Hayes E5 Carney, Inc ..... Herberg Auto Service . . . 270 Hotels Vermont and Van Ness ........... A . . . Howard-Wesson Co.. . . . I. G. A. Stores ........ Lyman Coal Co. ...... . McAuliffe's .... . . . Rand's . . . . . . Reynolds ............ Shepard 25 Hamelle ..... Smith, C. P., Jr. ..... . . Star Restaurant . . . . . . Strong Hardware ...... Turk 'Ed Bro., Inc. .... . . University of Vermont. . University Players ..... University' Stores ...... Upton's ...... . . . Vermont Cynic ........ Vermont Structural Steel. Verret, Alex 8 Sons .... Zamsky Studios ....... THE THE THE THE The University of Vermont Burlington, Vermont SESQUICENTENNIAL YEAR 1791 - I 1941 COLLEGE COLLEGE COLLEGE COLLEGE T OF ARTS AND SCIENCES OF MEDICINE OF ENGINEERING OF AGRICULTURE - General and Professional Curricula are Given in ARTS, SC1ENCEsg BUSINESSQ SECRETARIAL STUDIESQ COMMERCIAL TEACHINGQ ELEMENTARY, SECONDARY AND MUSIC EDUCATIONg HOME ECONOMICSQ AGRICULTUREQ CIVIL, ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, AND MEDICINE - Physical Education Departments with Well Equipped Gymnasiums, Playgrounds, Tennis Courts, Athletic Fields Expenses are Moderate and Opportunities for Self-help are Available. Many Students are assisted by Loan and Scholarship Funds. l Write for Catalogues, Bulletins, and Special Information 271 THE UNIVERSITY STQRES Service of Supplying A L L STUDENTS' ACADEMIC NEEDS "From Fresbwzan Cup to Cap and Gown" Under these policies: These stores are owned and operated by the University. They are fully self-supporting, not subsidized. The profits are used for the benefits of the students: 1. To assist financially unsupported projects of general student interest. 2. To improve the service 272 Alex Verret 81 Sons Champlain Valley 112 CHURCH ST. F . C Telephones 2070-2071--2072 WHOLESALE GROCERS , , Fruit - Produce - Beverages Cfoozce Wzlzes and Cbamjmgvzes Pure Cold Storage MAPLE SUGAR APPLES - BUTTER - CHEESE and MAPLE SYRUP BURLINGTON RUTLAND I-IQTEL VERMONT and BURLINGTON Hel-herg Auto Service Vermont Structural Steel INCORPORATED Co rp - AUTO SPECIALISTS FABRICATORS - ENGINEERS STRUCTURAL STEEL PARTS AND ACCESSORIES T I ON ORNAMEN AL R Sales and Service T P ODUCTS ME AL R 204 MAIN STREET Burlington Vermont 273 DRURY BRICK COMPANY, Inc. Manufacturers of Saurl Struck aucl Water Struck Brick ESSEX JUNCTION, VERMONT The G. S. BLODGETT CO., Inc. "Tloe Store of Toclagfs Best" SERVING NORTHERN VERMONT FOR OVER 85 YEARS WITH LABOR SAVING DEVICES FOR THE HOME PLUMBING - HEATING -- VENTILATING EQUIPMENT 190-200 Bank St. Burlington, Vt. BULLOCK'S Cleaners and Launclerers Telephone 2617-575 BURLINGTON VERMONT Our Big Leaclers . . . UNIVERSAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES-MILL SUPPLIES PAROID ROOFING- BIRD'S SHINGLES -ASPHALT KYANIZE VARNISHES AND PAINTS STEWART WARNER REFRIGERATORS AND RADIOS Hagar Hardware and Paint Company 164-170 St. Paul Street 98 Church Street Wholesale Retail I Compliments of I. G. A. STORES Burlington, Vermont 274 Phone 3728 Phone 3728 . . . d ICE CO. Burllngton Shoe Repalrlng an TELEPHONE 891 Company OLD COMPANY'S LEHIGI-I SHOES SHINED-HATS BLOCKED V It Lasts Longer Church St. Bl,ll'IiI'lgt01'l ASK FOR IT BY NAME chile., Max 'Y C ,MAE M Laffy ,f LR gkdffezi IQ .g7ml'fA, gf. I ., 15' Q3 INCORPORATED :MEM ifa gzom, A pf Q! ,J -'W Q 87 St. Paul Street 16 Cf H5 LLDPL :E n CSM 0 e 45 CAMCA gt. N 5 V6Tlll0l1f,S Largest Ford Dealer Hayes Sc Carney, Inc. 127 Church Street Upt0n's Sandwich Shoppe EVERYTHING A FELLOW NEWSSTAND EAR W S The Students' Choice Where Veymont Mm Meet Cor. Main and Church Sts. Burlington Stat Restaurant CHINESE AND AMERICAN FOOD B. J. BOYNTON Air Conditioned 144 Church St. Burlington, Vt. Burlington Vermont GREEN MOUNTAIN POWER STRONG HARDWARE CORPORATION Serving Seventy-two Iiilrmont Communities Wholesale and Retail wi LIGHT - HEAT - POWER GAS - HOT WATER 205-207 Main Street BURLINGTON, VERMONT Burlington Savings Bank 'R -A .4 MUTUAL BANK If ' . O, I BURLINGTON VERMONT l i Member of Federal Deposif IHXIll'KllIl'l' s I- A- I fififyiiiin W.. ,I OPERATED SOLELY EOR THE BENEFIT OF DEPOSITORS . -.7 Tiff' ff , Q ' 5 - ... .1 ' wi .25-,,52z'gvd:fIf1M?f!VgiS:5 'III' -3 OFFICERS -Pin an g ,IU g-7-'ggi F' ' " " ' ' LEVI P. SMITH, Pres. M. C. GRANDY, Asst. Treas. GUY M. PAGE, Vice-Pres. L. M. BROWN B. E. BRISTOL, Trens. F. W. TI-IAYER REY OLDS THE FRIENDLY STORE WHERE THE WHOLE FAMILY SHOPS FURNITURE - RUGS - CURTAINS - DRAPES - LINENS - BLANKETS HOSIERY - GLOVES - BAGS AND ACCESSORIES WOMEN'S AND CHILDRENS APPAREL -for Life-Long Service 0 Q . . 1- MC S and Admiratlon Select One of Our NEW BOOKS STATIONERY TAVANNES WATCHES OFFICE EQUIPMENT SCHOOL AND ARTIST MATERIALS The Bero Co., Inc. ENGRAVING AND PRINTING BURLINGTON, VT- PHONE 4400-4401 B. TURK SL Bro., Inc Church and College Streets 135 Main St. 8: Hotel Vermont The Book and Stationery -i C01' WV SWF? CIVIL 86 MILITARY 1 8 3 7 TAILORS 276 Headquarters D. 85 H. ANTHRACITE for - - MEN'S CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS ELIAS LYMAN CGM' CG' SHHIHHH li HHMHH 200 College Street 32 Church Street A ,-N1-N Tv thQVe CyniC For over fifty years the official student newspaper of the University of Vermont and State Agricultural College FULVIO BARDOSSI ANNE B. COHN Editor-in-Chief Business Manager C0l4flj9!l:l4fLelfLll.4 0 ZAMSKY STUDIQS Plaotograplner lor Time 1Q4Q 1007 MARKET ST. 254 YGRK ST. PHILADELPHIA, PA. NEW HAVEN, CONN. 277 Brown's Pharmacy THE STRONG THEATRE BUILDING 192 MAIN STREET Delzvery Serwce Collee td t Hdth' t Gees Shoe Shop Shoes of Disztinction g S'L1C1'1S I1 ISSOYC 311 , excellent place to do their shopping 84 Church Street Burlington' Vt' BURLINGTON Colman's Pharmacy P IN THE FLYNN THEATRE BUILDING f BURLINGTON, VERMONT or PURE DRUGS PRESCRIPTIONS BRANCHES: WINOOSKI AND RICHMOND SODA CANDY CIGARS Complete Banking Service 149 Main Street Phone 785 Member Federal Deposit Insuru1u:e Corporation BURLINGTON, VERMONT R A D l S Where 'Uermont Students GYYCECFNJ 64 COLCI-IESTER AVE. 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