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X Kelley, Maurice X Ker, Robert X Kilburn, Ralph X Kilburn, William X King, Stanley X Knight, Ray X Kubin, John X LaPointe, Ralph X Lane, William X Liston, Douglas X Little, George X Lunna, Richard X Lyerly, Laurence X Manson, Gordon X Martin, Albert X Massucco, Ray X McGaughan, Dick X McLaughlin, John X Moran, Thomas X Morrison, Charles X Murray, William X O'Connor, James X Peterson, Dana X Pierce, Douglas X Pope, Richard X Powers, Fred X Pratt, Robert X Pyle, Welden X Robinson, Phillip X Ryan, Donald X Ryan, Wendel X Sawyer, Allen X Schaefer, Charles X Scribner, Franklin X Segel, Irving X Sillman, Gerald X Soule, Ralph X Smith, Charles X Smith, Robert X Steinecke, Alan X Styles, William X Sugrue, Francis X Sullivan, John X Switzer, Whitman X Tadejewski, Edward X Tenopyr, Joseph X Thurber, Harris X Torri, Raymond X Tuholski, David X Ward, Clement X Warsaw, Robert X Waters, Richard X Way, Harry X Way, Winston X Webster, Fred X Weess, Alan X Wheeler, David X White, Reginald X Williams, Robert X Winship, Robert X Wood, Gerald X Worthen, William. 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Sigma Phi Craftslmry-44--LA, Rifle Team lg Representative Rifle Team 13 Corporal 23 Ex- Bu,1i,,g,0,,-434-ME. Goodrich Classical 33 Haus for U.V.M. Security Drive3 pert Rifleman 1. President 23 Y.lV.C.A. 1 Press Club 1. Inlerfralernity Arhl. 1, 2, 33 Dezufs List 2, Interfraternity Council 33 Men's Glee Club 33 Mechani- cal Engineers 1, 33 Cheer- leaders 1, 2g Outing Club 2. 33 Color Guard 1g Color Bearer 2. ANDERSON, JANET B. East Cruftsbury-44-HE. W'omen's Glee Club 1, 23 Home Economics 1. 2. 33 Outing: Club 1. 12 ASELTINE, JAMES M. Sigma Nu Williston-44-ME. Interfralernity Athl. 3g Intra- mural Athl. 23 Mechanical Engineers 2, 33 Dean's List I. BALDW IN, RHODA M. H inesburg-44-Ch. W'.A.A. l. 2, 3g Basketball 1. 2g Y.W.C..A. 1. 2: Chemistry Club 1, 2, 33 House Scholar- ship Chairmang Outing Club 1, 2, 3. 1 BARRY, BART DAVID Kappa Sigma - Methuen, Mass.-44--CE. Key and Scrpenlg Football 1. 2 3g Track 1, 2. 33 Civil Engl neersg Newman Clubg Dean' List 33 Corporal. AXENDALE, JOHN W. Delta Psi 1rlington+14-Agr. aotbnll 1. 23 Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3. BEAL, NATALIE B. Burlington-44-LA. W.A.A. Council 33 Hockey 13 Bowling 2, 33 Rifle Team 1, 2g Y.W.C.A. 13 Outing Club 1, 33 Kake Walk Usher 2. BEEBE, WILSON H. East Dorset-44-Agr. Alpha Zeta3 Football 33 Cross Country lg Aggie Club 1, 2, 3g Independents 2, 3g Ser- geant 23 Advanced Military 33 Freshman Drill Squad 1. BENN ER, BLANCHE E. Rock Point, Burlington-44- El. Ed. Y.W.C.A. 33 Independents 33 Outing Club 2, 3. ENNETT, P. A. lznnington-44-El. Ed. BENNETT, R. W. Alpha Tau Omega nwling 23 Archery 13 Y.W.- Orleans'-IMWME' C.A. 1, 23 Outing Club 1, 2. Basketball 1, 23 Cross Country 2g lnterfraternity Athl. 23 Dean's List 2, 33 Sergeant 2g Advanced Military 3g Fresh- man Drill Squad l. BERKSON, E. M. Delta Phi Epsilon Newton Center, Mass.-44-HE. Swimming Club 1g Press Club 3g Y.W.C.A. 33 Home Econ- omics 33 I.R.C. 3. BERRY, JANICE S. Alpha Chi Omega Brattleboro-44-El. Ed. Bowling 23 Press Club 23 Y.W.- C.A. 23 Outing Club 2, 3g Dean's List 13 Knke Walk Usher 2. 13 BlANCl'll. LOUISE E. Woodstrwk-Vl I-Sec. Ed. Modern Dance 1: House Presi- dent 3: X.W.C.A. 1. 23 Lu Cercb' Francais 1, 2, 3 lTres. 3l: Outing Club 1, 23 Lilac Day 1. BINNS, NANCY HILLS Leominster, Mass.-4--l-El. Ed Bowling 3: Swimming Club l: Y.W.C.A. l. 33 Le Ccrclc l"t'am-ais 13 Outing Club 1. 2 BISTER, WILLIAM C. Jericho-,l I-LA . Baseball 1. 23 Newman Club 1, ., 3, -. . BOARDMAN, F. M. Delta Psi St. Albans-'Ll-CE. Cold Keyg Football 1, 33 Inl fraternity Athl. 1, 2, 33 F ulty Student Couucil3 Ci Engineers 3 Outing Ci Cnuncilg Pre-sid:-nt 2. BUYARSKY, SAUL Phi Sigma Delta Hurling!on-44-Pre-Med. Cynic 1. 2. 3 lNcw Editorlg Faculty Student Council 2: Interfraternity Council 2. 3: Chapel Orchestra 1, 23 R.O.- T.C. Band 1. 2. 33 University Orchestra 1. 2. 33 Le Cerclc Francais 23 John Dewey Club 23 Outing Club 13 Dean's List 1. 2. 3: Staff Sergeant 2. 14 BOYDEN, EDXVARD S. Sigma Nu Burlington--14--ME. Gold Keyg lntcrfraternity Athl. 1. 2. 33 Intramural Athl. 1. 2. 33 Mechanical Engineers: Cheerleaders lg Corporal 2: Advanced Military Freshman Drill Squad. BRAY, CONSTANCE A. Pi Beta Phi Springfield, Mass.-44-El. Ed. House Fellow ll: Dcan's List 2. BROWN, CAROLYN D. Kappa Alpha Theta Enosburg F alls-44-LA. Stah' and Sandalg Sophomm Aid:-sg Tau Kappa Alph University Playersg W.A. Council 23 Council At Lal 33 Ski Team 1. 2. 33 Y.W.C. 2, 33 Faculty Student Conn 33 Women? Glee Club Women's Debating Team 1. 3 tMgr. 333 Outing Cl' Council 2. 33 John Dew Club 2, 33 Outing club 1, 33 Dean's List 23 Assists Director Freshman Camp. CKINGHAM, S. A. appa Alpha Theta Eile Plain, N. Y.--ll-Honiu c Aides 23 Health 23 Rifle Team 1, 23 Dance 13 Ariel-Art 33 House Pres. 22. .W.C..A. 1, 2. 33 Outing Club 2, 3g Kake Walk-Scrult 23 Contest I, 2. BULLARD, DOROTHY .l. Alpha Chi Omega West Springfield, N. Y.-4-l- Home Eu. Council at Largo 23 Health Council 23 Hockey 1, 2. 3: Modern Dance 2. 3g Home Ev. 1, 2, 33 Newman Club 1. 2. 3g Lilac Day 1. BURNS, CAROL PERSIS Ranflolph-44-El. Ed. Council at Large 33 Health Council 33 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 53 Outing Club 33 Lilac Day 1. BUTTERFIELD, R. E. Springfield-ll-Sec. Ed. Bowling 33 Skating lg l.R.C. 33 John Dewey Club 2, 3g Out ing Club 1., 33 Dean's List I JTTLES, RUTH H. CALKINS, KEITH YV. CAMPBELL, G. F. CARPENTER, H. 'rlington-44-St-1-. i Sigma Phi Stafford-44--Home Ee. South. Royalton-44-ME. mpus Mgl'.Q Rifle 2g Swim- 3,,,-MHHQ4-Mus. Ed' Health Council 33 Archery 23 Track-Scrub 2g Men's Glee Club lning 3g Basketball 2g RiHe Y.YV.C.A. 33 Home EC. 1. 2. 1, 33 R-0-T-Q 1, 2, 33 Inde- l'eum23 Swimming Club 2,33 Gold Keyg Cynic-Reporlvl' 2, 33 De:m's List 13 House lwntlellis 25 Corporal 2. Baseball 2g Le Cercle Fran- rais 23 Deau's List 2: News Editor 33 Menis Clee Club 1, 2, 33 University Choir 1, 2, 3g R.O.T.C. 1, 23 Out- ing Club 33 Operas 13 Lenten Easter Soloist 1. 2. Comm. 2, 3. 15 CARPENTER, R. F. Alpha Zeta-44-Agr. Cross Country 13 Dean's List 2g Hood Scholarship, Sears Roebuck Scholarship. CARR, ALISON MARY Kappa Alpha Theta Ossing, N. Y.-44-LA. Stall' and Sandal, Sophomore Aides, Council at Large lg News Editor 33 Bluestocking Club 2, 3g Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Outing Club Council 1, 2, 3. CARTER, DOROTHY E. Delta Delta Delta St. .lolmsbury-44-Music Ed. Tennis Club 3g Wome11's Club 3 g Y.W.C.A. 3. CASEY, ITA MGT. Delta Delta Delta Burlington-4-1-El. Ed. Sophomore Aidesg Golf lg M ern Dance 1, 2, 3g Cy: Scrub 1, Reporter 2, Nt! Editor 3g Student Union 2, 3, Women's Glee Club Pan - Helenic Council- VI Pres. 3g Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, l.R.C. 2, 3g Newman Clulf Vice-Pres. 2, Sec. 33 Out Club 2. i CHAREST, NORMA I. Wollaston, Mass.-4-4-HE. House Pres. 3g Women's Glee Club 33 Y.W.C.A. 1, 33 Home Ec. 2, 33 Dean's List 1, 23 Lilac Day lg Oratorio 1. 16 CLAIRMONT, THOM. P. Kappa Sigma Burlington-44-El. Ed. Baseball 2g Basketball 2g Inter- fraternity Athletics 1, 2, 33 Intramural 1, 2, 3g Corporal 25 Sergeant 33 Advanced Military 35 Newman Club 2. CLARK, BARBARA M. Alpha Chi Omega St. Albans-44-El. Ed. W.A.A.-Tennis lg Health Coun- cil 33 Rifle Team lg W0- men's Clee Club 1, 2, 35 University Choir 2, 3 5 Y.W.C.A. 33 I.B.C. 2, 35 New- man Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 3. CLARK, DONALD L. Waitsfield4l4-E.E. Electrical Engineers, Dee List 1, 2, 3. .IFF ORD, HELEN E. tn. Royalton-44-El. Ea. .C.A. 13 I.R.C. 33 Dean's ist 1, 2. COGNETTA, A. B. Phi Delta Theta Stamford, Conn.-44-Pre-Med. Tennis 13 Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3g Le Cercle Francais 13 Dean's List 1, 2. COLLINS, DOROTHY Colchester-44--HE. Assistant Manager Bowling 33 Tennis 23 John Dewey Club 2g Bowling 2, 3g Y.W.C.A. 1, 2g Outing Club 1, 2. COLLINS, JANE CLAIRE New Haven, Conn.-44-LA. JNTI, RENO JOSEPH Kappa Sigma zrre-44--Sec. Ed. volball 13 Baseball li Basket- .Jall 1, 2, 33 Modern Dance 1. C-OREY, WILLIAM M. A West Rutland-44-Agl. Alpha Zeta3 Baseball 13 Track lg Aggie Club 1, 2, 33 Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 33 Corporalg Advanced Military. CORLISS, JOHN O. Delta Psi St. Albans-44-GS. Cross Country 2, 3g Track 1, 23 Cynic-Reporter 2, News Ed. 3g Ariel CCo-ed. Organizationbg Faculty Student Council 23 V.C.A. 13 I.R.C. 2g John Dewey Club 23 Outing Club 13 Deanis List 1, 23 Student Gov't. fExec. Comm.J COUGHLIN, EDWARD Lamda Iota House Graniteville-4:4-PM. Interfraternity Athl. 3g Inter- fraternity Council 3g New- man Club lg Dean's List 1. 17 CROCKER, VIRGINIA Alpha Chi Omega North Hyde Park-44-HE. Bowling I, 23 Home Economics 1. 2. 33 Press Club 3g 1'.W.C.A. 33 Outing Club 1, 2. CRONK, JAY STANLEY Kappa Sigma Granby, Massachusetts-44- Agr. Cross Country 13 Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3g R.O.T.C. Band lg Aggie Club 1. CROSSLEY, H. E., Jr. Phi Delta Theta B urlingto n-44-ME. Rifle Team 1, 2, Mgr. 33 Me- chanical Engineers 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 33 Color Sergeant 2g Advanced Militaryg Fresh- man Drill Squadg S.A.R. Metal 1. CROWLEY, E. P. Phi Beta Phi Hastings-On-Hudson, New I -44-Home Ec. Staff and Sandal V. Pres. Sophomore Aide V. Pres Tennis 1, 2, 33 Badmix 1, 2, 33 Modern Dance I 33 Cynic fNews Editor 3g Student Union Uudic Memberli Y.YV.C.A. 1, Home Ee. 1, 2, 33 New Club 1, 2, 33 Kake Y iPublicity Comm.J 23 J Conference Comm. 3g I Day I. CURTIS, ROBERT M. M iddlebu ry-I4-ME. Football fAsst. Mgrj 3g Rugby Team 2, 33 Mechanical Engi- neers 33 Sergeant Zz Ad- vanced Military 33 Freshman Drill Squad 1. 18 CUSHING, M. L. DANA, MALCOLM N. DAVIDOFF, SEYMOU: Kappa Sigma North Pomfret-44-Agr. Tau Epsilon Phi St. Albans4l4-LA. Alpha Zeifli Aggie Club 1, 2, 32 Brookline, Mass.-44--E.E. Independents 1, 2, 3g Dean's List 2. Cynic lg Intramurals 1, 2, AVISON, JEAN M. Alpha Chi Omega Evidence, Rhode Islrmd-4-4- A nodrich Classical 2, 33 Arch- ery 2, 33 Student Union 3g Y.W.C.A. 33 I.R.C. 2, 33 Le Cercle Francais 1, 23 Outing Club 1, 2, 3g Dean's List 1, 23 Christmas, Easter Chorus 2, 33 Classical Scholarship 1, 2, 33 Emerson History Prize 2. DECKER., R. C. DELANO. MGT. E. Poughkeepsie, New Y0rk-44- Dglta Delta Delta LA. , Shoreham-44'-LA. Archery 23 Riding 1, 2, 33 Y.W.C. A. 1, 33 Outing Club Badminton 13 Bowling 33 Cynic 1. fReporter 21, CNews Editor 33 3 Women's Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Uni- versity Choir 33 Bluestocking Club 2, 33 Outing Club 23 Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3g Dean's List 1, 2. DEL GUIDICE, ERA Waterbury-4-4-LA. I.R.C. 33 Le Cercle Francais 1, 3. X BEDELL R. New York-44-PM. 13 Corporal 2. DENTON, CLEVEL'D R. Burlington-4-4-Ch. Tennis 13 Intramural Athl. 13 Outing Club Council 3g John Dewey Club 2, 33 Chemistry Club 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. DIDINSKY, GERALD Phi Sigma Delta South Fallsberg, New York- 44-ME. University Players3 Basketball 1, 2g Intramural Athl. 1, 23 Interfraternity Athl. 1, 23 Cynic CReporterJ fNews Editorlg Mechanical Engine- CFSQ Outing Club lg Corp- oral 23 Freshman Drill Squad3 Junior Week Play. DOANE, KATHRYN M. Sigma Gamma Bakersfield-44-GS. Archery 1, 33 Pan-Hellenic Council 33 Y.W.C.A. 1, 3g John Dewey Club 3g Dean's List 1, 2. 19 DURFEE, MGT. A. Burlington-A-4-Home Ec. Colf,2g Bowling 1, 2g Modern Dance 1, 2g Tennis 1, 2g 1Vomen's Glee Club lg Uni- versity Choir 15 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. DYER, ALICE S. EASTON., PENELOPE S. EDDY, DWIGHT K. Richfofd-44-Honle Ee, Craflsbury Common-41-4- Hinesburg4l-4--Agr. Y.1V.C.A. 35 Home Ee. 3g I.R.C. Home EC' Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball 33 Outing Club 2, 35 Dean's Staff and Scandal 3 fSec. and Aggie Club 2,33 Dean's l List 2, 3. Tres.Jg Council at Large 3 23 Sergezmt2g AdvanceflM Hockey 2, 3, Basketball 2 Freshman Debating Team 1 Bluestocking Club 2, 33 Y.W.- C.A. 2, 3, Dean's List 1, 2. tary 3. EIMER, MARILYN L. Pi Beta Phi Jackson. Heights, N. Y.-44- LA. Sophomore Airlesg Goodrich Classical 1, 2, 3: Swimming Club 2g Cynic fNews Editorl 1, 2. 3, Y.YV.C.A. 1, 2, 3g I.R.C 33 J0llll Dewey Club 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Knke Walk 2 iW0!ll6ll,S Directorl 3 Sec. of Student G0v't. 2, 3. 20 ELLS, HELEN P. EMERSON, ELEANOR EPSTIEN, MARILYN , Essex Junction-44-Sec. Ed. Conventry+1-1-Mus. Ed. H0l3'0k9, MllSS-44-LA- Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Dean's Transfer, Vermont Junior Col- Y.W.C.A. 3. List 1, 2. lege. AKE, MARGARET N. ltsfielrl, Mass.-44-LA. odrich Classical 1, 2, 3g l3V.A.A. 13 Baskeball 13 Bad- inton 1, 33 Archery 3g ynic freporter 1, 2,5 fNews ditor 313 Y.W.C.A.Q John ewev Club 2, 3g Dean's 1, 23 Kirby Flower Smith Award 2. FAWCETT, NANCY M. Kappa Alpha Theta M arblehead, M ass.-44-LA. W.A.A. Council 1, 2, 33 Campus Mgr. Hockey 33 Hockey 1, 2, 33 Council at Large 3g Rifle Team 1, 23 Basketball 2g Ten- nis 1, 23 Sorority Skit, Kake Walk. F EERICK., KATHRYN H. Delta Delta Delta Brooklyn, N. Y.-44-LA. Rifle Team 2, 33 Hockey 13 Bowling 33 House Pres. 33 Y.W.C.A. 3. FEIN, PHYLLIS GLORIA Delta Phi Epsilon Springfield, Mass.-44-LA. W.A.A. 13 Ridingg Cynic lrep- orter 21 fNews Editor 353 House Pres. 13 Pan-Hellenic Council 33 Press Club 33 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 33 I.R.C. 3. ELOPULOS, JOHN P. Alpha Tau Omega nn in gton-44-LA. an's List 23 Debating Team , 2, 3g Winner of Bailey nterclass Debating Cup 23 irst Prize-Kingsley Prize peaking Contest 2g Tau Kap- aAlpha. FELL, STANLEY CHAS. Tau Epsilon Phi Brooklyn, N. Y.-44-Pre-Med Tennis fAss't. Mgr. 313 Inter- mural Athl. CMgr.l 2g Cynic treporter ll QNews Editor 21 CAss't sports Ed. 313 Inter- fraternity Handbook 3. FIEBER, STANLEY S. Phi Sigma Delta Brooklyn, N. Y.--44-Pre-Med. Baseball 1, 3g Basketball iAss't Mgr. 2, 31 3 Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 33 Track 13 Cynic fReporter 1, 233 Ariel QRe- porter 333 Freshman Hand- book 2, Men's Debating Team: Press Club 2, 33 Elect- rical Engineers 1, 2, 33 Dean's List 1. FIENBERG, SELMA M. ' Delta Phi Epsilon Bennington-44-Sec. Press Club3 Y.W.C.A. 33 I.R.C. 3g John Dewey Club 2, 33 Dean's List 1, 2. 21 FINN, E. MARION V St. Albans-44-Home Ec. Health council 33 Rifle Team 13 Y.W.C.A. 33 Home Ee. 33 Le Cercle Francais 23 New- man Club 1, 2, 3. FITZSIMMONS, ROBT. West Rutland-44-Agl. Aggie Club 1, 2, 33 Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 33 Alpha Zeta3 Dean's List 1, 2g Alpha Zeta Proficiency Award3 Corporalg Advanced Military 3 Freshman Drill Squad. FLETCHER, JULIA B. Pi Beta Phi Woodstock-44-El. Ed. W.A.A. Council 1, 2, 33 Campus Mgr. Softball 1, 2g Golf 13 Cynic fReporter 2,5 lNews Ed. 31 3 Student Union 33 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Outing Club Council 2, 33 Le Cercle Fran- cais l, 23 Outing Club 1, 2, 33 Deau's List 1, 2. FLOWER, ZELA Hartland Four Corners-44- LA. Goodrich Classical 2, 33 Le Ct cle Francais 1, 2, 33 Deal List 1, 2. FOSTER, H. G., Jr. Windsor-44-Agl. Alpha Zeta3 Chapel Orchestra 33 R.O.T.C. Band l, 2, 333 Aggie Club 1, 2, 33 Corporal 23 Advanced Military 3. 22 FOWELL, EDITH P. Kappa Alpha Theta B url in-gton444-LA. Modern Dance 23 Bluestocking Club 33 Le Cercle Francais 2, 3 Pres.3 John Dewey Club 33 Dean's List 13 Kake Walk lusherl 2. FRANK, LESTER Phi Sigma Delta Cynic Clieporter 2, News Ed. 313 R.O.T.C. Band 1, 23 Un- iversity Orchestra 2, 33 Chem. Club lg Dean's List 1, 2, 33 Corporal 2g Freshman Drill Squad 1. F UCHS, E. M. Tau Epsilon Phi Bronx, N. Y.-44-Agl. R.O.T.C. Band 1, 23 Agg Club3 Outing Club lg Dear List 2. KLLAGHER, E. C. -asc Hartford, Conn.-44-LA. minton 33 Bowling 2, 3g ramutic Club 3g Y.W.C.A. , 33 I.R.C. 33 John Dewey lub 33 Newman Club 1, 2, i3 Outing Club 1, 2g Group Players. GATES, EDNA LOUISE South Royalton-44-El. Ed. W.A.A. 1, 2, 33 W.A.A. Council 33 Campus Mgr.3 Badminton 33 Hockey 1, 2, 33 Badminton 1, 2, 33 Softball 23 Cynic QRe- porter 2, 313 Sophomore All Sports Club3 Dean's List 1. GATES, MARJORIE O. F ranklin-44--Pre-Med. Bowling 2, 33 Swimming Club 23 University Choir 1, 2, 33 Women's Glee Club 1, 23 Y.W.C.A. lg Outing Club 1, 2, 3. GAYLORD, ALMA L. Pi Beta Phi Northfield-44-Home Ec. Stall' and Sandal 3g Sophomore Aides 23 Council at Large 1, 2g Student Union 33 House Pres. 23 Women's Glee Club 13 Y.W.C.A. 2, 33 Home Ec. 3g I.R.C. 33 Kake Walk fDec- oration Comm.J 23 Dean's List 1, 23 Joint Conference Comm. 2, 3. 1ER,DIANTHA SMITH GEERLING, CAROL. W. GILL, COLLIS PERRY GILMORE, ROBERT C. Delta Delta Delta Schenectady, N. Y.+1-4-CT. Middlebury-44-CE. Sigma Alpha Epsilon amimon 1, 2, Y.W-CA. 1, 2, Y.W.C.A. 33 Transfer from Corporal 2g Freshman Drill Cross Country fASSL Mg,-,l 33 3 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. Beaver College 1, 2. Squad. Cynig 13 Ariel flziggraphy Ed.l 33 Outing Club 33 X- Country CMgr. elect 3.1. 23 GIPSTEIN, MELVIN M. Tau Epsilon Phi Hartford, Conn.-44--LA. Basketball 1, 2g Tennis 13 Iu- terfraternity Athl. 1, 2. 33 Intermuml Athl. 1, 23 I.R.C. 2. GOELLER, WILLIAM J. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Scarsdale, N. Y.+M-Bus. Football 13 Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 33 Ariel fBus. Staffl: Interfraternity Council 3. GOLDBERG, JULIUS L. Tau Epsilon Phi Burlington-44-Bus. Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 33 University 2, 33 Intermural Athl. 1, 2, 3g Cynic llleporter 1, News Ed. 2, Advertisement Mgr. 313 Cheerleaders lg Freshman Drill Squad I. GOLDSMITH, GEO. J. Phi Sigma Delta Cross Country 13 Interfratern Athl. 33 Rugby Club 1, Men's Debating Club 13 .lc Dewey Club 3 Chemis Clubg Outing Clubg Den List 1. GOODMAN, CARL Tau Epsilon Phi Boston, Mass.-44-Pre-Med. Intex-fraternity Athl. 1, 23 Cynic Reporter 1, 2, 3lQ Freshman Drill Squad. 24 GORHABI, RUTH IWIARY Alpha Chi Omega Brandon-44-Home Ee. Health Council KSec. 253 Modern Dance 2g Home Ee. 33 Outing Club 2. GOSS, ROBERT P. W ilder-44-Mus. Ed. , Gold Key 23 Kappa Phi Kappa 2, 33 University Players 2, 33 Track 1, 23 Ski Team 1, 23 Rifle Team 13 Iutermural Athl. lg Chapel Orchestra 1, 2, 3g University Choir and Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Male Octette and Quartet 1, 2, 33 U.V.M. Fireaters 2, 3. GRAVEL, FRANCES I Winooski-44-Home Ee. Tennis 2g Women's Clee CY 13 Y.W.C.A. 33 Home Ee. 23 l.R.C. 3g Le Cercle Fr cais 1, 2, 33 Newman Ci 1, 2, 33 Opera. LAY, MYRA DAVIS GUSTAFSON, ESTER M. Delta Delta Delta Pi Beta Phi ban, Mass.--44-Home Ec. Worcester, Mass.-44--Sec. lth Councilg Rifle Team 23 Health Council QVice-Pres. 31, adminton lg Y.W.C.A. 1, 3g ean's List, Lilac Day 1. Swimming Team 23 Bowling 23 Cynic fNews Ed. 2, 313 Ariel KFaculty Ed. 313 I.R.C. 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 3g Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3g Pan-Heb lenic Council. HALL, BARBARA M. Alpha Chi Omega East Randall-44-El. Ed. Staff and Sandal, Campus Mgr., Badminton 1, 2, 3g Council at Large, Cynic CReporter 1, 213 Student Union 33 House Pres. 1, 23 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3g Le Cercle Francais 2, 3g Outing Club lg Class Of- ficer lVice-Pres.J 3, Joint Conference. HALLOCK, G. M. B :arlington-44-El. Ed. Y.W.C.A. 3. AMMOND, CHARUTE iml.-.of-442131. Ea. alth Council 33 Hockey 2g owling 3, Archery 23 .W.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Indepen- dents 1. K HATHORNE., R. D. Alpha Chi Omega H art ford-44f-Home Ec. Press Club 33 Y.W.C.A. 1, 3, John Dewey Club 2, 3g Council at Large 1, 2, 35 Campus Mgr. Bowling 1, 2g Basketball 23 Lilac Day lg Dean's List 1. HAWKINSON, BETTY Delta Delta Delta St. Johnsbury-44-LA. Health Council 23 Bowling 1, 2, Golf 15 Modern Dance 1, 2g Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. 3g John Dewey Club 2, 3, Outing'Club 15 Kake Walk fskitl 2g Dean's List 1. HAYES, WALTER H., ,lr Rutland-44-Mus. Ed. HAZEN, LLOYD N. Rlbhmond--44-Pre-Med. Baseball lg .lolm Dewey Club 3: Dean's List 1, 3g Fresh- man lg Expert Marksman- ship 1. HEININGER, ERIKA N. Alpha Chi Omega W.A.A. 23 Bowling 23 Home Ec. 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 3, Y.W.C.A. 33 Dean's List 1, 2. HERRMANN, NELLIE Alpha Chi Omega Rutland-44'-Mus. Ed. Chapel Orchestra 1, 25 Uni versity Orchestra 1, 23 Denn's List 1, 2, 3. -F HESS, CLYDE GARDN' Delta Psi Burlington-44f-Pre-Med. Track 13 lnterfraternity Cou cil 2, 33 John Dewey Cl' 2, 3g Dean's List 13 Sergeal HITZEL, JOAN HOLDEN, GEORGEJ., Jr. Rutland-44-WLA. Sigma Nu Newman Club 3, Outing Club Buringt0nT44,EE. 3. Ski Team fMgr. 21 3 Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, Ariel iPhoto. Ed.l3 Electrical Engineers 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Ad- vanced Military 3g Corporal 23 Freshman Drill Squad 1. HOLMAN, GRIS. B., .ll'. Rutherford, N. 1.-44-Bus. Football CMgr. elect 31 3 Basket- ball fAsst. Mgr. 353 Track fAsst. Mgnlg Photography Club 1, 2g 1.R.C. 35 Le Cercle Francais 1, 23 Cheerleaders 1, 23 Outing Club 33 Dean's List 1, 2: Advanced Mili- tary 3. HOOKS, JOHN MONT. Phi Delta Theta West Englewood, N. 1-44- CT. Interfraternity Athl. 2, 3. IUGHABOOM, V. R. HUARD, STEDMAN G. Klpha Zeta Winooski-Pre-Medical liston-Agricultural ss Country 13 Interfraternity thl. 33 Aggie Club 1, 2, 33 Lndependents 1, 2, 3g Ad- nced Military. HUGHES, ROSAMOND E. Alpha Chi Omega Brattleboro-Home Economics Health Council 2, 3g Hockey 2, 3g Basketball 1, 23 Bad- minton 2, 3g Bowling 1, 33 Press Club 33 Y.W.C.A. 2, 33 Home Economics 1, 2, 33 Dean's List 1. HULL, STANLEY P. Delta Sigma Phi Worcester, Mass.-Liberal Arts Fencing Club 2. UMPHREYS, R. J. nnington-Chemistry .ramural Athl. 2g R.O.T.C. Band 1, 2g Chemistry Club l, 2, 3. IRISH, JAMES P. Essex Junction-Agricultural Interfraternity Athl. 2, 33 In- tramural Athl. 2, 33 Aggie Club 1, 2, 33 Independents 2, 33 Newman Club 3. ISAACS, JUDITH P. Delta Phi Epsilon Far Rockaway, New York- Home Economics Modern Dance 13 Press Club 33 Y.W.C.A. 33 Home Eco- nomics 3g 1.R.C. 1, 3. JASPER, GERALDINE M. Delta Phi Epsilon Brooklyn, N. Y.-Liberal Arts Dean's List lg Le Cercle Fran- cais 13 I.R.C. lg Y.W.C.A. 1, 33 Press Club 33 Riding 1, 23 Bowling 2, 3. 27 JOHNSON, D. L. Delta Delta Delta Brooklyn, N. Y.-GS. Rifle Team 25 Modern Dance 1, 2, 35 Lilac Day 15 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 15 Le Cercle Francais 15 Dean's List 1, 25 John Dewey Club 2. JOHNSON, LOUISE M. JONES, HILTON W. JULIANO, FRANCES Pi Beta Phi Sigma Nu Bf00kly'1, N- Y--CS Burlington-El. Ed. Burlington-Electrical Engineer Rlfshglegglwigf Basketball 2, 35 Bowling 15 Dean's List 2, 35 Electrical En- Baseball 1, 25 Tennis 15 Cynic Scrub 25 Ariel Scrub 25 Bio- graphical Editor 35 Woinen's Glee Club 2, 35 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1. giueers 1, 2, 3. KATZ, JACOB Phi Sigma Delta Brooklyn, N. Y.-CS. Dean's List 1, 25 Scribes 1, 25 Cynic Reporter 15 News Edi- tor 25 Interfratemity Council 2, 35 Men's Debating Team 2, 3. KEHOE, ARTHUR H. KEIGHLEY, THOMAS J. Rutherford, N. I.-Business Burlington-Pre-Medical Football 1, 2, 35 Rugby 1, 25 Key and Serpent, Cold Key. Advanced Military 3. Tennis, Intramural Athletics 1. 2, 35 Interfraternity Ath- letics 1, 2, 35 Ariel Managing Editor, Faculty Student Coun- cil 25 University Orchestra 15 Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Pre- Medical Society, 1, 2, 3. KEMLER, STANLEY I Medford, Mass.-Liberal Ar NET, DAVID S. "hi Sigma Delta rngfield, V t.-General 'ience 43k lg Cross Country 13 lterfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3 Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3 Cynic, News Editor 2g In- mrfraternity Council 2g I.R.C. 3 John Dewey Club 23 Pre- ledical Society 23 Outing lub 1, 2, 3. KILLICIQ, LARRY Kappa Sigma Burlington-Social Science Gold Key, Pres. 23 Key and Serpent, Pres. 33 Class Presi- dent 13 Baseball 1, 23 Basket- ball 1, 2, 33 Student Govern- ment 33 Cynic 1, 2, 33 Inter- frateruity Athletics 1, 2, KNICKERBOCKER, J. A. KNIGHT, NATHAN Z. Siglna Gannna Post Mills, Vt.-Agriculture Burlington-Social Science Dennis List 25 Independents .25 Future Farmers of America Rifle Team 23 Archery 2, 33 1.R.C. 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. 1, 2, 3. RUFF, WEBSTER O. arlington-ME. otball 1, 2, 3g Baseball 1, 23 Easketball lg Intramural Ath- tics 1, 2. t KUNKEN, LEONARD Y. Tau Epsilon Phi Lynbrook, New Yorke-Business Gold Key3 Football 1, 2, 3g Track 13 Rugby 2g Interfra- ternity Athletics 1, 2, 33 Cynic, News Editor 23 Ad- vanced Military 3. LACY, IONE ETHEL Sigma Gamma Burlington-Home Economics Doan's List 1, 23 Omicron Nu Freshman Cup, Bowling 23 Square Dance Club lg Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Home Eco- nomics 1, 2, 3g I.R.C. 2g John Dewey Club 2, 3. LANE, BARBARA L. Pi Beta Phi Burlington-El. Ed. Basketball 1, 2, 33 Swimming Club 33 Baseball 1, 23 Mod- ern Dance 13 Cynic Scrub 23 Ariel, Photographic Editor 33 Won1etx's Glee Club 2, 3g Y.W.C.A. 33 John Dewey Club 2, 3g Outing Club 1, 3. 29 LANE, ELIZABETH R. East Orange, N. J.-Liberal Arts W.A.A. Council at Large 3, Women's Glee Club 3, Y.W.- C.A. 35 Outing Club 3. LANE, WILLIAM T. Delta Psi Hardwick-Music Education Dean's List 1, 2g Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Chapel Orches- tra 2, 33 University Choir 2, 33 R.O.T.C. Band 1, 2, 3g University Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 35 Corporal 2. LANOU, FRANCES M. Alpha Chi Omega Burlington-Home Economics Dean's List 1, 23 Bowling 2g Modern Dance, 1, 2, 33 Wo- men's Glee Club 1, 33 Y.W.- C.A. 3, Home Economics 1 2, 3g Outing Club 1, 3. LARSON, GEORGE H Delta Psi Proctor-Pre-Medical Transfer from Green Jr. College. Moun LEVESQUE., HELENE A. Kappa Alpha Theta Northampton, Mass.-Classical Dean's List 13 Women's Glee Club 1, 2, 33 University Choir 3g Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 33 Newman Club 1, 35 Outing Club 33 Goodrich Classical Club 3. LEVIN, FLORENCE T. Delta Phi Epsilon Brooklyn, N. Y.-Liberal Arts Bowling 2g Rifle Team 2g Cynic Reporter 25 News Editor 33 Press Club 33 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 33 I.R.C. 33 John Dewey Club 2, 3g Outing Club 1, 2g Kilke Walk Usher 1, 2. LEVIN, SAMUEL G. LEWKOWICZ, A. Burlington--ME. Iiappa Signla Mechanical Engineer's Club 1, Bellows F,,1ls-E1, Ed. 2, 33 Newman Club 1, 3, Corporal 2, Football 1, 2, 3. ESE, CLARE MARIE -elsea--Home Economics nn's List 1, 2g Y.YV.C.A. 1, 3 Home Economics 1, 2, 33 R.C. 33 John Dewey Club .,3. LILLEY, ANNETTE A, Bakersfield-El. Ed. Dean's List 23 House President 3g Y.W.C.A. 33 Independents 23 Transfer from Vermont Jr. College. LILLIE, MARGARET E. Bennington-Social Science Dean's List 23 W.A.A. Council at Large 23 Cynic, Reporter 1, 2, News Editor 33 Wo- men's Debating Team 1, 23 I.R.C. 3g Newman Club 1, 2, 3g Outing Club 1, 2, 3. LITTLE, KATHLEEN L. Chelsea-Elementary Education Y.W.C.A. 2. IND, HILDA ARLENE Alpha Zeta rtford, Conn.-Home Eco. altli Coucnil 33 Bowling 1, Z3 Swimming Club 23 Mod. lance li Square Dance lg Y.- W.C.A. 3g Home Economics 53 I.R.C. 3g John Dewey Club 5, 33 Outing Club 1, 2. LUNNA, RICHARL C. Newport Center-Agriculture Dean's List 23 I'Iood's Scholar- ship 1, 2, 33 Baseball 13 In- terfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 33 Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 33 Aggie Club 1, 2, 33 Independ- ents 1, 2, 3. LYON, RUTH MARIA Newport-Literary Scientific Dean's List lg Bowling 33 Y.W.- C.A. 2, 33 I.R.C. 33 Outing Club 3. McAULIFF E, JANE L. Kappa Alpha Theta Burlington-Home Economics Golf 13 Modern Dance 1, 2, 33 Ariel, Women's Editor 3g Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3g Home Eco. 1, 2, 33 Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 2. 31 lVlcCABE, CHARLES C. Alpha Tau Umega Shoreham-General Science Gold Key, Kappa Phi Kappag Deanis List 2:, Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3, Interfratern- ity Council 2, 3. MCCORMACK, IRENE P. West Rutland-Classical Dean's List 1, 2, 3, Goodrich Classical 2. 3g W. A. A. 1, 35 I. R. C. 3g Y. VV. C. A. 1, 2, 3: John Dewey Club 2, 35 Newman Club 1, 2, 3g Joint Conference Committee 3. McELFISH, MGT. C. Pi Beta Phi Pittsburgh, Pa.-Cen. Science Dean's List 1, 2g W. A. A. Council at Large 2g Health Council 2g Hockey 23 Basket- ball 13 Baseball 1, House President 3g Chapel Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Women's Debating Team 3, University Orchestra 1, 2, 34 Y.W.C.A. 2, 33 Out- ing Club 2. MCGILL, JAMES BISH Kappa Sigma St. Iohnsbury-Pre-Medical Football 1, 2, 3g Track 1, 2 Hockey 1, 2, 33 Interfr: nity Athletics 2, 33 Men's 1 Club 13 Corporal 25 Fresh Drill Squad 1. McCLAREN, MARTIN W. East Ryegate-Elec. Engineer Independents 1, 2, President 33 Track 1, 2g Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Electrical Engineers 3. McCLEAN, MARK L. Sigma Nu Jamaica-Mech. Engineer Interfraternity Athletics 35 In- tramural Athletics 2g Mech. Engineers 25 Dean's List 1, 25 Corporal, Freshman Drill Sq. MACHANIC, HARMON J. Phi Sigma Delta B urlington-Pre-Mc clical Dean's List 1, 2, 3, Interfratern- ity Athletics 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 2, 2 Q K MAIDENBAUM, EVA New York City-Liberal Ar ANHEIN, GILBERT Phi Sigma Delta 3 Interlra- thletlcs 1, 2, 3, Pre- Society. Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, : A . MANJONEY, VIN. A. Kappa Sigma Bridgeport, Conn.-Pre-Medical Basketball lg Tennis Capt. 1, 2, 3g Interfraternity Athletics I, 2, 33 Intramural Athletics l, 2, 3g Newman Club 33 Pre-Med. Society 1, 2, 33 lnterfra- ternity Council, Catamounts 1, 2, 3. MARGOLIS, JOSEPH G. Plli Sigma Delta Waterbury, Conn.-Social Sce. Baseball l, 23 Football lg Inter- fraternity Athletics 1, 25 In tramural Athletics 1, 2. MARTIN, LAURA M. Alpha Xi Delta Newark, N. I.-Agriculture Badminton lg Bowling 2g Rifle Team 25 Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3. ARZARI, ROBERT E. Sigma Nu fnkers, N. Y.-Agriculture .erfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3, R.O.T.C. Band 1, 2, 35 Aggie Club lg Independents Ig Ser- geant, Advanced Military. MAYO, JEAN METCALF, IVIARY E. MILLER, FRED WELLS Essex -I llfl C!i0'1-HOIHC ECO- Pi Beta Phi Kappa Sigma Waterbury-Secretarial Longmeadow, Mass.-Agr. Staff and Sandal, soph. Aides, Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, Imerfrmem- Basketball 2, W.tk.A. Council at Large 3, Ariel, Asst. Bus. Managerg Student Union, Sec., Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, I.R.C. 33 Outing Club Council lg Outing Club 1, 2, 3. ity Athletics l, 2, 3g Intramu- ral Athletics 1, 23 Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, Future Farmers of America l, 2, 3g Sergeant 25 Freshman Drill Sq. 1.5 Soph. Drill Sq. 2. 33 MONGEON ANDREW C MOORE, DEANE B. moosltz Mech Engineer Newport-Social Science Mech Engmeers 3 Corporal 1 Badminton 2, 3, Bowling 2, 3, Freshman Drill Squad 1 Tennis 3, Cynic Scrub 2, Y.- W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, I.R.C. 3, Le- Cercle Francais 1: .l. Dewey Club 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3. MULHOLLAND, A. Delta Delta Delta Malone, N. Y.-Social Science Campus Manager 3, Baseball, Hockey 1, Basketball 1, Bad- minton 1, 2, 3, Bowling 2, 3, Rifle Team 2, 3, Archery 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, I.R.C. 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 2. NEAL, RONALD H. Kappa Sigma Laconia, N. H.-Pre-Medical Corporal 2, Interfrate Athletics. NELSON MARION NOLAN, CLAIRE E. Alpha X1 Delta Delta Delta Delta Montpelzer Mech Engm er North Bennington-Liberal Arts Mechanical Engineers 1 2 3 YV.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Hockey 3, Bad- minton l, 2, 3, Modern Dance 1, 2, 3, Cynic Scrub 1, 2, News Editor 3, House Corn. 3, House President 3, Wo- men's Glee Club 13 Dramatic Club 3, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, I.- R.C. 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3. f NORTON, ROBERT LEE Tau Kappa Alpha New York City-Liberal Arts Dean's List 2, Tennis 1, 2, Athl. Council 1, 2, 3, lVIen's Debat- ing Team 1, 2, 3, Men's Clee Club 1, 2, 3, Corporal, Fresh- man Drill Squad. O'BR1EN, ELLEN AN Waterbury-Music Educatio' Women's Glee Club 1, 2, P man Club 1, 2, 3. CRADY, ROBERT F. Sigma Nu -sex Junction-Elec. Engineer an's List 2, 35 Elec. Engrs. 1, , 3, Newman Club 33 Vice- hairman of Elec. Engrs. 35 dvanced Military 33 Fresh- Drill Squad 1. OTIS, ROBERT SAMUEL Delta Psi B urlin gton-A griculture Key and Serpent, Football 1. Track, Scrub 2, Interfratern- ity Athletics 1, Ariel, Men's Editor. PAGE, WAYNE H. Hyde Park-Elec. Engineers Dean's List 1, 2, 3g Track 23 In- terfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 33 In- tramural Athl. 1, 2, 33 Ind. 1, 2, 3, Elec. Engrs. 1, 2, 33 Ser- geant 2g Advanced Military 33 Freshman Drill Squad. PALERMO, BTAGIO Ufaterbury-Liberal Arts ALMER, MGT. H. Delta Delta Delta alone, N. Y.-Social Sce. ean's List lg W.A.A. Council 3: Basketball 1, 2g Badmin- ton 1, 2, 3g Baseball 1, 25 Tennis 1, 23 Cynic 1, 2, 3g News Editor, Bluestocking Club 1, 2, 33 Treas. Y.W.C.A. 1, 33 John Dewey Club 2, 3, N K PARKER, MARJ ORIE W. Alpha Xi Delta Goffstown, N. H.--Social Sce.- Bowling Club 2, 33 Wolnen's Glee Club, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 33 I.R.C. 1, 2, 35 J. Dewey Club 3, Outing Club 1, 2g Christ- mas and Easter Choruses 1, 2, 3. PARKHURST, GERALD Bennington-Liberal Arts PATERSON, MARY V. East Cruftslzury-Second. Edu. Dean's List 23 W.A.A. Council at Large 33 Y.W.C.A. 3, Transfer from Vermont Jr- College. 35 4 n PATERSON, WM. A. Delta Psi Barre-Agriculture Track 1, 25 Ski Team 1, 2, Capt. 35 Hexalthon 25 Interfratern- ity Ath. 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 2, 35 Corporal 35 Advanced Mili- tary 3. PAZO S., YENARY Turrialba, Costa Rica-LA. Student Union 35 Y.VV.C.A. 35 Newman Club 35 Transfer from Vermont Jr. College. PERKINS, BRAD. M. Kappa Sigma Montpelier-Civil Engineer C.A.A. 25 Interfraternity Ath. 2, 35 Intramural Athl. l5 R.O.T.- C. Band 1, 25 Civil Engrs. 2, 35 Corporal 2. PERKINS, PRIS. R. Pi Beta Phi Bridgewater Corners-G. Scf Staff and Sandal, Soph. Ai- Dean's List 1, 25 W. A. Council 35 Health Council Campus Manager Hockey Hockey 1, 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Rifle Team 25 Sis ming Club 25 Tennis 1, 2. Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 35 I.R.C. Outing Club 1, 2, 3. PERRY, MARY Alpha Chi Omega Barre-Literary Scientific Staff and Sandal5 Class Vice- Pres. 35 Dean's List 1, 25 Goodrich Classical Cluh5 Cyn- ic Reporter 2, News Editor 35 Pan-Hellenic Councilg Press Club 25 Bluestocking Club 1, 2, 35 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 35 I.R.C. 35 J. Dewey Club 2, 35 Kake Walk Girls' Skit 2. j , , , 7 Y PHELPS, CAROLYN A. Milton-Music Education Dean's List 1, 25 House Pres. 25 House Fellow 35 Women's Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Y.W.C.A. 35 Lilac Day 15 Operas 1. PIERCE, FRANKLIN K. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Montpelier-Civil Engineer Key and Serpent, Treas.5 Cold Key, Sec.5 Football 15 Base- ball 25 Asst. Mgr. 35 Cross Country 35 Ski Team 1, 2, 35 Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 35 Ariel Sports Editor5 Civil Engrs. 1, 2, 35 Sec.-Treas. 35 Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 25 Dean's List 15 Corporal 25 Advanced Mili- tary 35 Freshman Drill Squad. POND, ROBERT R. Sigma Phi Burlington-Mech. Engineer Cross Country 15 Interfraterl Athletics 1, 2, 35 Intraml Athletics 1, 2, 35 Mech. En 2, 35 Corporal 25 Frateri Drill Squad. PTTER, HELEN DORIS idlebury-Second. Edu. mn's List 1, 23 W.A.A. Coun- il at Large 2, 33 Health Iouncil 2g Hockey lg Baskct- -all 1, 25 Swimming Club 2, T.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3. PRATT, ROBERT E. PRESTON, CHARLES F. Swanton-Literary Scientific Delta Psi Goodrich Classical Club 3 g S I - , - Baseball Scrub 2: cynic t. A lmns Pre Medical Scrub 23 Ind. 1, 2. 3. Advanced Militaryg Transfer from W'entworth Military Col. PRICE, SHIRLEY G. Alpha Chi Omega S pringfielrl-Pre-Medical W.A.A. 1. 23 Health Council 23 Badminton lg Womel1's Glee Club lg Y.W.C.A. 1. OVOST, CAROLYN E. PULLEYN, ROBERT S. QUINN, MARY HELEN ?i Beta Phi Phi Delta Theta Pi Beta Phi 'lington-Elementary Edu. vling 1, 3g Tennis lg Y.YV.- LA. 1, 2, 33 I.R.C. 3. New York City-Business Football 2, 33 Track 1, 2g.Hex- althon 2g Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3g Intramural Athl. 1, 2 3, Interfraternity Handbool-xi Interfraternity Council, New man Club, Corporal, Ad vanced Military. Burlington-Social Science W.A.A. Council 3g Campus Mgr. Bowling 35 Ping Pong 2g Bowling 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 23 Tennis 1, 25 Ariel Sports Editor 33 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 33 J. Dewey Club 2, Newman Club 1, 2, 3g Outing Club 3. RAPPAPORT, RUTH V. Phi Sigma Sigma Quincy, Mass.-G. Science Modern Dance 13 Chemistry Club 2. REED, JOHN WALTER Sigma Nu Oakfield, N. Y.-Mech. Engr. Key and Serpent3 Dean's List 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 33 Interfra- ternity Athl. 1, 2, 3g Intra- mural Athl. 1, 2, 33 Mech. Engrs. 33 Corporal, Sergeantg Advanced Military. I REED, LOIS NAOMI RHOADES, MARION B. RIGGIE, MARIE C. Fair Haven-Elementary Edu. Pittsfield, Mass.-Lit. Scientific Island Pond-Second. Edu. Y.W.C.A. 33 I.R.C. 3g Ind. 3g Bowling 1, 23 Archery 1, 23 W.A.A. 1, 2, 3g Badminton 2, Transfer from Green Moun- Womei1's Glee Club lg Univ. Baseball 1, 23 Modern Dal tain Jr. College. Chorus 2, 33 Uni. Choir lg 13 Cynic Reporter 2, 3g V Y.W.C.A. 1, 23 I.R.C. 2. merfs Glee Club: Newn Club 1, 2, 3. 1 ROBERTS, BETSY Kappa Alpha Theta Hamburg, N. Y.-Secretarial W.A.A. Council 23 Basketball 1, 23 Baseball 13 Modern Dance 13 Cynic Business Staif 2, 33 Women's Glee Club lg Y.W.- C.A. 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 2. 38 RUNNALS, SYLVIA M. RYAN, ALICE LOUISE ST. MARY E. F., ,I r. Alpha Chi 0n1eg3 V crgennes-Home Economics Delta Psi Montpelier-Business Tennis 1, 25 Y'W'C'A' 13 2' 35 Springfield-G. Science Home Economics 1, 2, 33 I.- Slf-IH and Sandal, SOPII- Aides? R.C. 33 Newman Club 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 33 Cross Cour W.A.A. Council 23 Campus 33 Outing Club 1, 2g House 1, 2, 33 Ski Team 1, 2, 33 I-l Mgr. Hockey 2g Basketball 1, Committee 3. althon 2g Outing Club 1. 2, 33 Badminton 2, 33 Bowl- ing 33 Rifle Team 23 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Cynic Reporter 2g Student Union 33 Faculty Student Council 33 I.R.C. 2, 33 Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 2. 33 Interfraternity Athl. 2, Sergeant 23 Advanced M tary 33 Fresh. Drill Squad IGER, GEORGE L. lrlington-Pre-Medical cl. 2, 33 R.0.T.C. Band 1, 2g Dramatic 1. SCHOENBERG, PAUL L. Phi Sigma Delta New York City-Pre-Medical Dean's List 1, 23 Basketball, Soplt. Mgr. 23 Tennis 1, 2g Asst. Mgr. 33 Cynic Reporter 1, 2, 33 Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 33 Intramural Athl. 1, 2. 3g Freshman Handbook 23 J. Dewey Club 2, 3g Pre-Med. Society 2. SHAPIRO, HARRIET M. Brooklyn. N. Y.-Liberal Arts Archery 33 Y.YV.C.A. 33 I.R.C. 3g Transfer from Wagner Col- lege. SHAPIRO, ROBERT L. Tau Epsilon Phi Springfield, Mass.-Pre-Med. Dean's List 1, 23 Interfraternity Atlll. 1, 2, 33 Interfraternity Council 3. SHEA, RITA MARIE Alpha Xi Delta Nashua, N. H.-Liberal Arts Dean"s List lg House Pres. 23 Press Club 2, 3g Y.YV.C.A. 1, 2, 33 I.R.C. 1, 2, 3g Newman Club 1, 2, 3. l l SHERMAN, GERT. H. Bristol-Liberal Arts Dean's List lg Basketball 13 Modern Dance 2, 33 Cynic Reporter 3g Y.W.C.A. 1, 33 I.R.C. 33 Le Cercle Francais 1. 2, 33 Outing Club 2, 33 Goodrich Classical Club 2, Trens. 3. SINCLAIR, ROBERT O. Alpha Zeta Johnson-Agriculture Dennis List 23 Intramural Athl.3 R.O.T.C. Band 1, 2g Aggie Club 1, 2, 33 Intl. 23 Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3. SMITH, BETTY E. Alpha Chi Omega New York City-Mech. Eng. Class Vice-Pres. 2g Modern Dance 13 Faculty Student Council 23 Y.Wf.C.A. 1, 33 Mech. Engrs. 1, 2, 33 New- man Club 1, 2, 3g Outing Club 1. 39 STANLEY, GEORGE C. Alpha Tau Omega Burlington-Civil Engineer Football 13 Ski Team 1, 23 In- terfraternity Athletics 2, 3g Civil Engineers 2, 3. STARKEY, FLOR. B. STEINMAN, RUTH Arlington, Mass-Home Brooklyn, N. Y.- Liberal Arts . Economics Health Council 33 Bowling 2, 33 Archery 2g Y.W.C.A. 2, 3g Home Economics, 2, 33 I.R.C. 2, 33 Outing Club 1. Transfer Hunter College, N. Y. C. STEVENS, DOROTHY Guildhall-Liberal Arts Bowling, 33 Cynic Business S 33 House President 2g Y. C.A. 1, 33 I.R.C. 33 New Club 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1 STOCKWELL, E. R. Delta Psi Hartford-Music Education Meu's Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Univer- sity Clloir 2, 3g R.O.T.C. Band 1, 23 University Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Corporal 2g Advanced Military 3. 40 STRAUCH, MARX7 L. Alpha Xi Delta St. Johnsbury-Social Science Rifle Team, 23 I.R.C. 33 Outing Club 2, 3. STROYMAN, HAROLD Tau Epsilon Phi Chelsea, Mass.-Social Science Rugby 23 Iuterfraternity Athlet ics 1, 2, 3g Intramural Athlet- ics 1 2 3' 9 9 S TARSHIS, ROBERT Pf Phi Sigma Delta Quebec, Canada-Mechanicaf Engineer ' Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 33 Mechanical Engineers 1, 2, 3 i PHYLLIS M. TEMPLETON, ROBT. G. Delta Delta Lambda Iota, F alls-Music Ed. l Campus Mgr- Kappa P111 Kappa 1, ?, 32 Northfield Falls-sec. Ed. 1 2 3 dmmton 2 3 Swimming Club 33 Dean's List 2, 33 Interfraternity 1, 23 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Athletics 3. THAYER, ROSEMARY Kappa Alpha Theta Burlington-Liiberal Arts Dean's List 13 Ski Team3 Wo- men's Glee Club3 Chapel Or- chestra, University Choir 33 University Orchestra lg Y.W.- THOMAS, LeGRAND H. Sigma Nu Burlington-Pre-Medical Expert Rifleman 13 Interfra- ternity Athetics 1, 2, 3. 33 Group Plays 2, 3. THOMAS, RICHARD X Kappa Sigma Q Rutland-Agriculture nms 1, 2, 33 WOIHCIISS Glee 1, 2, 33 Univ. Orchestra 33 Dramatic Club 2, 3g Y.- .C.A. 2, 33 Outing Club 1, THOMPSON, NOAH C. C olchester-A griculture Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 33 In tramura1Athl. 1 2 3' C.A.A 23 Aggie Club ,1,,2,,33 Ind: 1, , 3g Freshman Drill Squad C.A. 1, 33 I.R.C. 33 Outing Club 1, 3g W.A.A. Council 3. THOMPSON, RICH. W. Kappa Sigma Brooklyn, N. Y.-Agr. Football 13 Basketball, Asst. Mgr. 3g Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 33 Corporal 2g Advanced Military 3. TOOLES, CALVIN W. Burlington-Civil Engineer Dean's List 13 R.O.T.C. Band 2, 3g Civil Engineer's 2, 33 Ser- geant 23 Advanced Military 3 TREMBLAY, RAY. H. Alpha-Zeta North Springfield-Agr. Dean's List, Track 13 Cross Country lg Aggie Club 1, 2, 33 Ind.3 Newman Clubg Corpg ,Advanced Military, Freshman Drill Squad. TRUE, RUTH Randolph-Classical Deanis List 1, 2g Goodrich Class. Clubg W.A.A. Council at Large 23 Badminton 13 Cynic News Editor3 1Vomen's Glee Club 1, 2, 33 University Choir 1, 2, 3g Y.W.C.A. 33 Le Cerele Francais 1, 2, 33 Jolm Dewey Club 2, 3. TULIP, HENRY T. Sigma Nu Burlington-Pre-Medical lnterfraternity Athletics 1, 2. TURNER, ROBERT Torrington, Conn.-Mech. Track 13 Mech. Engineers Ind. 2, 33 Corporalg F man Drill Squad. URIE, CARL ALEX. Crastsbury Commun-Agr. Cold Keyg Football 13 Basket- ball 13 Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 33 Intramural Athl. 1, 2, 33 Aggie Club 1, 2, 33 Ind. 1, 2, 3. VOGLER, FLORENCE J. Delta Delta Delta Burlington-Music Ed. Dean's List 1, 23 Chapel Orch- estra 1, 23 Univ. Choir 3g Univ. Orchestra 1, 2, 3. WALDO, ROBERT E. Burlington-Mech. Engineer Rifle Team 1, 2, 33 R.O.T.C. Band 1, 2, 33 Mech. Engrs. 33 Outing Club Council 2, 3g Outing Club 1. 2, 33 Sergeant 23 Advanced Military, Fresh- man Drill Squad. YVALGREN, PAUL R. Phi Delta Theta West Hartford, Conn.-Business Gold Key, Football 1. 2, 3, Capt. Elect 43 Track 13 In- terfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3g In- tramural Athl. 1. 2, 33 Ariel, Business Mgr.3 Sergeant, Ad- vanced Military. RREN, ROSEMA'Y K. Wrentham, M ass.-Classical Dean's List 1, 23 Goodrich Classical Clubg Health Coun- cil 223 Archery 2, 33 Y.W.C.- A. 1, 33 I.R.C. 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 33 Classical Club Sec. WATTS, EUNICE ' Alpha Chi Omega Jamaica--Home Economics Dean's List 23 W.A.A. 1, 23 J. Dewey Club 2, 3. WEBB, BARBARA MAE Delta Delta Delta St. Albans-Home Economics W.A.A. Council at Large 33 Health Council Executive 33 Campus Manager. Skiing lg Basketball 13 Bowling 2, 33 Swimming Club 2, 33 Tennis l, 2, 33 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Home Economics 3g Outing Club 1, 2, 3. WEBSTER, CURTIS C. Roxbury-G. Science Track lg Cross Country 1, 33 Ind. 1, 23 Corporal 2g Fresh- man Drill Squad. WEDGE, SHIRLEY E. Delta Delta Delta Lakeside, Conn.-Home Eco. Bowling 33 Archery 33 Y.W.C.- A. 33 Home Economics3 John Dewey Club 33 Chemistry Club 13 Outing Club 1. WELLWOOD, SYLVIA E. Alpha Xi Delta Springfield-Liberal Arts Univ. Players, Health Council, Sec'y-Treas. 1, 2, 33 Y.W.C.A. 2, 33 Faculty Student Coun- cil3 Panhellenic Council 33 Dramatic Club 33 Outing Club 33 Fall Play 23 Group Plays 3. WHALEN, CORNELIA .l. Pi Beta Phi Burlington-El. Education Staff and Sandalg Soph. Aidesg Golf 13 Archery lg Cynic Scrub lg Reporter 23 News Editor 33 Ariel Co-Organiza- tion Editor 3g Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 33 I.R.C. 2, 33 Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Exec. Comm. 23 Kake Walk Usher 2. WHITE, SARAH ALIDA Alpha Chi Omega East Ryegate-Home Ee. Dean's List lg W.A.A. lg Bad- minton 13 23 Press Club 2, 33 Y.W.C.A.. 1, 2, 33 Home Ec. 1, 2, 3. WHITE, ELIZABETH A. Pi tts ford-Classical Dean's List 13 Goodrich Classic- al3 Basketball 23 Bowling 13 Rifle Team 23 Swimming Club 13 House Pres. 33 John Dewey Club 3. WHITE, LAURA L Sigma Gamma .Ryegaze-El. Education Bowling 23 House President Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 33 I.R.C. 3. YVHITE, ROBERT F. Needham, Mass.-C. Science Key and Serpent. Cold Key, Trcas.3 Hockey 1, 2, 3g Publ. Board 33 Class President 33 Student Government 2, 33 Cy- nic Business Stalf 1, 23 Ariel Editor-in-Chief 33 Newman Club 1, 2, Treas. 33 Kake Walk Co-Director 3. WHITNEY, HARRIET Alpha Chi Omega Springfield-Home Economi Badminton lg Press Club 1 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3. WYILLIAMS, JOHN S. Kappa Sigma Burlington-Agriculture Football 1, 23 Adv. Military 33 WILLIAMS, MARY ELIZ. Alpha Chi Omega Springfield-Secetarial Health Council 3g House Pres. 33 Press Club 33 Y.W.C.A. 1 WIMETT, DOROTHY R. Pittsford-Com. Teaching W.A.A. Council at Large 33 Health Council 33 Archery 13 YVomen's Clee Club 2, 33 Press Club 1, 2g Treas. New- man Club 1, Sec'y. 2, 3. WOOL, MARIAN RUTI Burlington-El. Education Archery 33 Y.W.C.A. 33 I.R 33 Ind. 2, 33 Outing Club WRIGHT, SEAVER D., Jr. Sigma Nu White River Junction-Agr. Footballg Baseball lg Basket- ball lg Track 23 Cross Coun- try 2g Interfralernity Atlll. 1. 2, 3g Intramural Athl. 1, 2, 3g Aggie Club 1, 2, 35 Cor- poral 2g Freshman Drill Squad. CIlll'S List 1, 2, 33 Health Deep Rwer Conn Lib Arts Council 33 House Pres. 33 Women's Clee Club 1, 2, 33 Uni. Choir 33 John Dewey Univ. Choir 3g .Iohn Dewey llther Members of the Class BICOULES, CHRISTOPHER F, . .. ..... Liberal Arts FllCllblll'g Mass Alpha Tau Omega GOODELL, HARVEY E. . . . Elementary EdllC2ltlOll Wells Rlver McLAM, DORIS A. .... Elementary EdllCRtl0Il East Cormth ROGERS, ALICE M, . . . Secondary EdllCHt10l'l, Plulllpsburg, N J TIRRELL, MARIE H. . . Secondary Educatxon, Phllhpsburg, N .I VVALLACH, DAISY S. . . Llberal Arts Burlington WRISLEY, WINIF'D M. ZIEGRA SUNMER lffnterbury-Music Ed. Alpha 'Ian Omega MARJORIR ABELL Aucl: NEEDHAM HARRIS THURBER BARBARA E. BURNS 6 nb Cleve Home Vrcsicx V . CWI . Y rcs . Secremrq ri T BUSH TGT Nwwxxovxxe enemy .ruse 6990959 90265 ...9 PRS P3 VAS 1608999 --Bm 59. 'Nb ABELL, MARJORIE ESTHER, Pi Beta Phi. Burlington-43-Home Ec. Mortar Board, Staff and Sandalg Sopho- more Aides3 W.A.A. Council 33 Health Council 23 Modern Dance 1, 23 Cynic News Reporter and News Editor3 Ariel Faculty Editor3 Student Union lst Vice- President 3 and Chief Justice 4g YVomen's Glee Club 13 Dramatic Club 1, 23 Y.W.C.A. 1, 3, 43 Home Eco- nomics 1, 43 Outing Club 43 President 3, 43 Lilac Day 1, 2. ABBOTT, LEIGH GATES, Kappa Sigma. Weston, Mass.-46-Medicine. Baseball 1, Dean's List 1, 3. ALBERGI-IINI, ROY EDWARD, Kappa Sigma. Orleans-43-Sec. Ed. Kappa Phi Kappa3 Baseball 1, 2, 3, and Captain Elect 43 Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Athl. 1, 23 R.O. T.C. Band 1, 2, 33 Newman Club 1, 2, 4g Dean's List 2, 33 Sergeant 2. AMEE, ALFRED FRANKLIN. Randolph-43-El. Ed. Kappa Phi Kappa 2, and Sec-Treas. 3, 43 University Players 2, 3, 43 Cynic Staff Sec. 3, and Recording Ed. 43 Fresh- man Handbook 43 Dramatic Club 3. 43 Y.C.A. 2, 3, 43 I.R.C. 2, 33 Outing Club 33 Dean's List 33 Junior Week Play 23 Freshman Camp 33 Director of Campus Sings 3, 4. ANDERSON, HELENA. West Glover-43-Home EC. Mortar Board3 Staff and Sandal Sec. Treas, Health Council 23 Bowling 33 House President 43 House Fellow 33 Press Club lg Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4, and Program Chairman 33 New- man Club 1, 2, 3, 4, and Pres. 3, 43 Kake Walk Usher 33 Dean's List 13 Student Union Committee 3g Lilac Day Costume Committee 23 House Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. ANDERSON, MILDRED CHARLOTTE, Alpha Xi Delta. W'est Rutland-43-Home Ee. Health Council 43 Bowling 33 Y.W.C.A. 3, 43 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 43 Dean's List 1, 23 House Committee 3, 4. BAILEY, CYNTHIA GLENNA, Alpha Chi Omega. Essex Junction--43-Home Ec. W.A.A. 1, 3, 43 Bowling 43 Modern Dance 1, 2, 3, 43 Tennis 1, 23 Press Club 43 WOIIICIIJS Glee Club 33 Y.W. C.A. 43 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 43 Kake Walk Usher 23 Lilac Day 1, 2. BEATTY MARTHA LILLIAN. Burlington-43--Sec. Archery 23 Women's Glee Club 1, 23 Le Circle Francais 23 John Dewey Club 23 Dean's List 2, 3. BENOIT, MARGUERITE CONSTANCE, Alpha Xi Delta. Leominster, Mass.-'43-Soc. Sci. Basketball lg Badminton 23 Rifle 33 Modern Dance 43 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 I.R.C. 43 Le Circle Francais 1, 2, 33 Newman Club 43 Junior Week Refresh- ment Committee 33 Kake Walk Usher3 House Committeeg Student Union Con- vention 33 Student Government Social Committee 3. BENOIT, WILFRED JOSEPH, Phi Delta Theta. New London, Conn-Business. Treasurer of Freshman Class 13 Kake Walk Director 43 Financial Chairman of Junior Week 33 Mens' Editor of Ariel 33 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 fCo. Capt. 413 Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Base- ball 3, 43 Interfraternity Council 3, 4. BENSON, KATHLEEN, Sigma Gamma. Springfield, Mass.-'43--El. Ed. W.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Bowling 43 Rifle Team 2, 33 Press Club 43 Y.W.C.A. 2, 43 Outing Club 2. BERIG, ELEANOR RUTH, Delta Phi Epsilon. Brockton, Mass.-'43-13oc. Sci. W.A.A. Council at Large 1, 23 Golf 1, 2g Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 I.R.C. 3, 43 House Committee 3. BEVINS, FLORENCE MIRIAM, Alpha Chi Omega. Burlington-'43-Home Ee. Bowling 33 Rifle Team 33 Dramatic Club 13 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Home Eco- nomics 1, 2, 3, 43 John Dewey Club 3, 43 Dean's List 1, 2, 33 Lilac Day 23 Student Union Joint Conference 4. BICKFORD, ROBERT LEE. Newport-'43-Agri. Gold Keyg Alpha Zeta3 Track3 Manager of J. V. Cross Country3 Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Athl. 1, 2, 3, 43 Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Indepen- dents l, 2, 43 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Dean's List l. 2, 33 Hood Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4. BIELLI, RONALD ROSSI, Kappa Sigma. Barre-'43-El. Eng. Junior Week 33 Dean's List 13 Corporal 23 Advanced Military 3, 4. BLACK, JOHN WARNER, Kappa Sigma. Burlington-'43-Soc. Sce. Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 Interfraternity Athl. 2, 3, 43 Intramural Athl. 1, 2, 33 Cynic News Editor3 R.O.T.C. Band 1, 2, 33 I.R.C. 33 John Dewey Club 23 New- man Club 2, 43 Corporal 2. BLUME, JEAN HELEN, Delta Phi Epsilon. Ansonia, Conn.-'43-Gen. Sci. W.A.A. Council at Large 1, 23 House President 3, 43 Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 43 Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3, 43 I.R.C. 3, 43 John Dewey Club 33 Dean's List 1. 33 Student Union Convention Committee 3. BRIGGS, MARTHA ELLA. Brattleboro-'43-L.S. Y.W.C.A. 43 John Dewey Club 43 Dean's List 1, 23 Transfer Vt. Junior College. BROOKS, ETHEL LUCILLE. Middlebury-'43-El. Ed. Bowling 2, 33 Rifle Team 33 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 33 I,R,C, 2, 33 Dean's List 3. BROWN, ALICE ESTELLE. Marshfield-'43-El. Ed. Bowling 2, 3. BROWNE, H. NELSON, Lambda Iota. Burlington-'43-Gen. Sci. Interfraternity Athl. 2, 3, 43 Dennis List 1, 2, 3. BURNELL, RUTH SHERWOOD. St. Albans-'43-Soc. Sci. Cynic Reporter 1, 23 Press Club 1, 2, 3, and Vice Pres. 43 Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, and Cabinet Member 3, 43 I.R.C. 43 Inde- pendents 2, 43 Freshman Handbook 33 Kake Walk Usher 33 House Commit- tee 3. BUIENS, BARBARA ELAINE, Pi Beta P i. Rutland-'43-Sec. Stafl' and Sandalg Sophomore Aidesg Pi Gamma Mu3 W.A.A. Council 2, 33 Skiing Campus Mgr.3 Ski Team 1, 2, and Captain 3, 43 Cynic Bus. Staff3 Ariel Biography Edit0r3 House Presi- dent 2g Outing Club Council 1, 2, and Sec. 3, and Pres. 43 Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4: Joint Conference Committee 23 President Women's Intercollegiate Ski Union 3. BUTLER, MARY PHYLLIS, Delta Delta Delta. Taunton, Mass.-'43-Classical. Goodrich Classical 2, 3, 43 House Presi- dent3 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. 3, 43 Le Circle Francais 1, 2, 3, 43 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 43 Classical Scholarship. BUTTERFIELD, HAZEL EDNA, Sigma Gamma. Middlebury-'43-Home EC. Archery 43 Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, 43 Home Eco- nomics 2, 3, 43 Dean's List 2. BUTTLES, BEATRICE VIOLA. Brandon-543-Soc. Sci. Rifle Team 33 Swimming Club 23 House President 33 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 33 I.R.C. 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 13 Lilac Day 2. CAIN, ROBERT NOLAN, Kappa Sigma and Nu Sigma Nu. Burlington-'46--Medicine. Football 13 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Interfra- ternity Athl. 1, 2, 33 Newman Club 1. 2, 33 Dean's List 2, 33 Fraternity Drill Squad 1. CANNON, MARTIN JOHN, K a p p a Sigma. Rutland-'43-Medicine. Le Circle Francais 23 John Dewey Club 23 Newman Club 23 Pre-Medical So- ciety JQ Dcan's List 1, 2. 33 Corporal 2. CARGILL, DOROTHY. Alpha Xi Delta. Island Pond-'43-Ele. Edu. , Health Council 43 Bowling 23 Women's Glee Club 33 Press Club 33 Y.W.C.A. CARR, BEVERLY MAY, Sigma Gamma. Burlington-'43-Home Economics. Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 43 Dean's List 1. CASSIDY, MARGARET LORRETA, Alpha Chi Omega. Burlington-'43-Ele. Edu. W.A.A. 3, 43 Basketball lg Bowling 3, 43 Cynic-Business Staff 2, 3, and Circula- tion Manager 43 Women's Glee Club 33 Press Club 2, 3, 4, and President 43 Y.W.C.A. lg Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, and Executive Committee 2, 43 Dean's List 3. CHAPIN, WILLIAM T., Alpha Tau Omega. Essex-'43-Elec. Eng. A.I.E.E. l, 2, 3, 4g Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES, MARGAQRET ANN. Locust Valley, N. Y.-'43-Soc. Sci. W.A.A. 1, 2, 43 Tennis 23 Riding 43 Modern Dance 23 Y.W.C.A. 33 I.R.C. 3, 43 Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 43 Can- terbury Club, Secretary 3, 43 Lilac Day 23 Sesquicentennial Dancing 33 Dean's List 4. CHESARONE, PHILIP JAMES, Alpha Tau Omega. Waban, Mass.-'43-Civil Eng. Football 1, 2, 3,43 Co-Captain 43 Base- ball 13 Basketball 13 Track 3, 43 In- terfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 New- man Club 1, 2, 3, 4. CIOFFI, CELIA MARION. St. Albans-'43-El. Edu. Health Council 43 Rifle Team 33 I.R.C. 33 Le Cercle Francais 13 John Dewey Club 2, 3, 43 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. CLARK, O. RICHARD, Sigma Nu. Barre?-'43-Civil Eng. Track 1, 23 Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 43 Dean's List 1, 4. CLOSE, VIRGINIA LEE, Sigma Gamma. White River Junction-'43lLit. Scien. Hockey 13 Baseball 33 House President 33 House Fellowg Press Club3 Blue- stockings3 Y.W.C.A.3 I.R.C. 43 Le Cercle Francais 3, 4g Dean's List 2, 3. CODERRE, THERESA CECILE. Swanton-'43-Music Educ. Tennis Manager 2, 33 Basketball 23 Bad- minton 23 Bowling 23 Women's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 University Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Kake Walk Usher 33 Operas 2 3, 43 Dean"s List 1. COTTON, LOIS VIETS, Alpha Xi Delta. Granby, Conn.-'43-Sec. Edu. Outing Club 33 Transfer Hanford Jun- ior College. CORBETT, JOSEPH EDWARD, Kappa Sigma. North Tonawanda, N. Y.-'43 - Mech. Eng. Boulder3 Key and Serpent3 Gold Keyg Football Manager 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3g Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 43 Athl. Council 43 House Pres. 43 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Pres. Student Govern- ment. CORBETT, MARION GENEVA. Wilmington--'43-Ele. Educ. Women's Glee Club 4. CORLISS, DUNCAN SIMMONS, Sigma Nu. Wells River-'43-Chemistry. Track 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 43 Men's Glee Club 3, 43 Independents 13 Dean's List 1, 2, 4. COUNOS, SOPHIA MARJORY. St. Albans-'43-Ele. Educ. Rifle Team 3, House President 4. COUTU, JEANNE CECILE. Westfield-'43-Ele. Educ. W.A.A. 43 Y.W.C.A. 3, 43 Independents 3, 45 and Sec.-Treas. 3, 43 Newman Club CROWN, MERLE WESSON. Groton-'43-Agric. Track 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Athl. 1, 2, 33 Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary 23 President 43 In- dependents 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice President 33 Future Farmers gf America 1, 2, 3, 43 Dean's List. 3. DALY, GEORGE FORRESTT. South Norwalk, Conn.-'43-Mech. Eng. Track 2, 33 Rifle Team 2, 33 Mechanical Engineers 2, 3, 43 Corporal 23 Staff Sergeant 23 Advanced Military 3, 43 Freshman Drill Squad. DARLING, RAYMOND FREDRICK, Lambda Iota. Bloomfield, N. J.-'43-Soc. Sci. Interlraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 43 Cheer- leaders 1, 23 Sergeant 23 Advanced Mil- itary3 Freshman Drill Squad3 Sopho- more Drill Squad. DARLING, ROBERT CARLTON, Alpha Tau Omega. Brockton, Mass.-'43-Civil Eng. Rifle Team 23 Civil Engineers 2, 3, 43 A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 43 Sec.-Treas. 33 Dean's List 4. DAVIS, DUDLEY HALE, Delta Psi. Burlington, Vt.-'43-L.A. Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 43 Kake Walk Director 43 I.R.C. 3, 43 Student Government 3g Cynic 1, 23 Ariel Edi- tor 3. DAVIS, MARY ELIZABETH, Pi Beta Phi. St. Louis, Missouri-'43-Gen. Sci. University Players3 Golf 23 Badminton 1, 23 Rifle Team 33 Riding 1, 23 Cynic 23 Chapel Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Uni- versity Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 3, 43 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g I.R.C. 4g Kake Walk Usher 23 Junior Week Play 33 Group Plays 33 Dean's List. DELANO, ARTHUR BROOKINS, JR., Sigma Nu. Shoreham-'43-Civil Eng. Civil Engineers 2, 3, 43 Corporal 23 Dean's List 3. DEMING, ELIZABEH LEWIS, Kappa Alpha Theta. New Haven, Conn.-'43-Soc. Sci. University Players3 W.A.A. Council 2g House President 4g Dramatic Club 2, 33 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Council 3, 43 Business Manager Freshman Handbook 33 Outing Club Council 3, 43 Outing Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Week Decora- tion Committee 3. D 0 H E R T Y , ROBERT CHARLES, Lambda Iota. Meriden, Conn.-'43-Gen. Sci. Key and Serpent3 Kappa Phi Kappag Baseball l, 2, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 In- tramural Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 House Presidenl3 Newman Club3 Corporal, Fraternity Drill Squad3 Advanced Mil- itary3 Dean's List 3. DUNBAR, BARBARA M. WESLEY, Alpha Xi Delta. St. Albans-'43-El. Edu. W.A.A. Council 43 Health Council 3, 43 President 43 Cynic 23 Ariel 23 Student Union 43 House President 43 Press Club 33 Y.W.C.A. 1, 33 I.R.C. 33 Out- ing Club 33 Scribes 33 Joint Confer- ence 4. DYKENS, JAMES WARREN, Kappa Sigma, Nu Sigma Nu. Worcester, Mass.-'43-Medicine. Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 33 Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Faculty-Student Council 43 University Choir 13 I.R.C. 33 Pre- Medical Society 13 Corporal3 Fratern- ity Drill Squad 13 Opera 2. EARLEY, ROBERT WILLIAM, Alpha Tau Omega. Burlington-'43-Elec. Eng. ' Track 1, 2, 3, 4-3 Cross Country 43 Inter- fraternity Athl. 3, 43 Men's Glee Club 43 R.O.T.C. Band 1, 23 Electrical Engi- neers 2, 3, 43 Newman Club 1, 2, 43 Outing Club 3, 43 Corporal 2, Dean's List 2, 3, 4. EASTON, KATHLEEN ELEANOR. Shoreham-'43-Home Eco. Archery 23 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary3 Dean's List l. EBARE, HILDA VERNE, Sigma Gamma. Fairfax-'43-Home Eco. Home Economics 1 ,2, 3, 43 Le Cercle Francais 13 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Y.W.C.A. 33 Dean's List 1. ELDREDGE, JOAN EMMA, Delta Delta Delta. Waterbury-'43-Sec. House Presidenl3 Women's Glee Club 13 Press Club 23 Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 43 Deco- rations Committee Junior Week. F ACTEAU, HENRIETTA ITA. Castle Point, N. Y.-'43-Com. Teach. House President 33 Y.W.C.A. 2, 43 Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, 43 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 43 John Dewey Club 2, 33 Outing Club 13 Secretary Joint Con- ference3 Dean's List 2, 3. FISHER, PRISCILLA ELFIE. Bartonsvill4w'43-Ele. Educ. FLINT, MARGARET, Delta Delta Delta. Presidio, San Francisco, Calif. - '43 - Home Eco. House President 33 House Committee 23 Y.W.C.A. 23 Home Economics 2, 3, 43 I.R.C. 33 Outing Club 2, 33 Transfer Lindenwood College. FOWLER, FRANKLIN JOHN, Sigma Nu. Manchester Depot-'43-Agri. Interfraternity Athl. 2, 33 Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Treasurer3 University Choir 43 Dramatic Club 3, 43 V.C.A. 2, 3, 43 Aggie Club 1, 2, 33 Fall Play 3. 49 F RABOTTA, PALMINA NANCY, Alpha Xi Delta. North Uxbridge, Mass.-'43-Cen. Sci. Rifle Team 3, Cynic 2, House President 3, 4, Faculty Student Council 4, Women's Glee Club 1, 2, Y.W.C.A. 3, 4, I.R.C. 2, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, John Dewey Club 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pre-Medical 1, 2, Dean's List 1, 2, 3. FRANKLIN, DOROTHY VIOLA, Sigma Gamma. East Ryegate-'43-El. Educ. W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Rifle Team 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Women's Glee Club 3, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: John Dewey Club 3, 4, Kake Walker Usher 2, Dean's List 3. FRITCHE, ABBIE ANN. Ardsley, N. Y.-'43-LIZ. Scien. W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. Council 3, 4, Council at Large 4, Dance Workshop Manager 3, 4, Modern Dance 1, 2, 3, 4, House President, Le Cercle Fran- cais, Lilac Day 1, 2, Dean's List 3. GALIPEAU, ROBERT HOMER, Lambda Iota. Troy-'43-Sec. Educ. Kappa Phi Kappa 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Interfraternity Athl. 4, I.R.C. 4, Newman Club 4. GARDNER, BERYLE EMILY. Cabot-'43-El. Educ. Y.W.C.A. 4, Independents 1, 2, Dean's List 3. GERMAIN, MARY ELIZABETH, Alpha Chi Omega. Glens Falls, N. Y.-'43-Gen. Sci- Staif and Sandal, Sophomore Aid'-553 House President 2, 4, Faculty-Student Council 4, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 4, John Dewey Club 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Class Secretary 2, Lilac Day 13 Dean's List 1, 3. GIBSON, SARAH ELIZABETH. Sharon-'43-Gen. Sci. Basketball 1, Press Club 3, Y.W.C.A. 2, 4, House Committee 3, 4. GINSBURG, I-IYMAN. New Britain, Conn.-'43-Classical. Goodrich Classical Club 2, 3, 4, Dean's List 2. 3. GOLDBERG, HELAINE PEARL TUN- ICK, Delta Phi Epsilon. Port Chester, N. Y.-'43-Lit. Scien. University Players, Riding 2, Modern Dance 1, Feature Editor Cynic, Ariel 2, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 4, I.R.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, Outing Club 1, Decorations Com- mittee Junior Week, House Commit- tee 2, 4, Fall Play 2, 3, Junior Week Play 2, Dean's List 2, 3. GOLDSTEIN, LUCILLE NAN, Delta Phi I Epsilon. Flushing, N. Y.-'43-Lit. Scien. Bluestockings, Y.W.C.A., I.R.C. GORNEY, SOPHIE, Alpha Chi Omega. Attleboro, Mass.-'43-Soc. Sci. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2, Modern Dance 2, 4, Cynic 1, 2, 3, House Pres- ident 3, House Fellow 4, Women's Glee Club 1, Lilac Day 2. 50 GOSS, JOHN PHILIP. Wilder-'43-Sec. Educ. Track 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 3, 4, Hex- athlon 3, Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Chapel Orches- tra 1, 2, 3, 4, University Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, University Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Iu- dependents 1, 2, 3, 4, Color Sergeant 2, Freshmen Drill Squad, U.V.M. Fire- eaters 3, 4, String Quartet 2, 3, 4, Double Quartet 2, 4, President College Orchestra 4, Dean's List 2, 3. GRAVEL, CLAIRE FLEURETTE Winooski, Vt.-'43-Soc. Sci. Tennis, Cynic 1, Women's Glee Club 3, Chapel Orche tra 1, University Orches- tra 1, Le Cercle Francais I, 2, 3, 4, John Dewey Club 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pre-Medical Society 1, Dean's List 3. GROSVENOR, RICHARD POLLARD, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Winchester, Mass.-'43-Gen. Sci. Champlain Sabres 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Week, Military Ball, Sergeant, Advanced Military, Fresh- man Drill Squad. GROVER, ROBERT MORRIS, Kappa Sigma. York Village, Maine-'43-Agri. R.O.T.C. Band 1, 2, 3, Aggie Club 2, 3, 4, Corporal 2, Dean's List 3. HACKWELL, JANET AGNES, Pi Beta Phi. Montpelier-'43-Soc. Sci. Mortar Board, Stali' and Sandal-Presb dent, Sophomore Aides, Pi Gamma Mu, University Players, Women's Edi- tor Ariel, President Student Union 4, Treasurer, Judiciary, Faculty Student Council, Pan-Hellenic Council, Presi- dent Dramatic Club 3, Class Secretary 3, Fall Play 3, 4, Junior Week Play 1, 2, 3, Group Plays 1, 2, 3, Coed- Major 4, Dean's List. HALL, SHIRLEY ANNE, Alpha Chi Omega. East Randolph-'43-Home Eco. Health Council 3, Archery 1, Cynic 1, 2, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, I.R.C. 4, Home Eco- nomics 1, 2, 3, 4, Outing Club 2, Dean's List 1. HAMILTON, ROY GORDON Jr., Kappa Sigma. Williamstown-'43-Mech. Eng. Baseball, Basketball, Interfraternity Athl. 3, 4, Intramural Athl. 3, Me- chanical Engineers 2, 3,-4. HARRINGTON, LEONARD, Delta Psi. North Wilhraham, Mass.-Soc. Sci. Champlain Sabres 4, Track 1, 2, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Interfraternity Athl. 1. 2, 3, 4, Military Ball 4, Champlain Sabres 4, Dean's List 1. 2, 3. HARRIS, IRWIN LEE, Phi Sigma Delta. Winsted, Conn.-'43-Gen. Sci. Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Athl. 1, 2, Intramural Council 2, 3, Cynic 1, House President 4, Pre- Medical Society 2, Outing Club 1, 2, Fraternity Drill Squad 1, Dean7s List 1, 2, 3, 4. HART, MARY LOUISE, Delta Delta Delta. East Patchogue, N. Y.-'43-Educ. W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling, Tennis, Rifle, Softball, Press Club 2, 3, I.R.C. 1, 3, 4, Outing Club 3. HARVEY WENDELL NEIL, Kappa Sigma. Burlington-'43-Sec. Educ. Kappa Phi Kappa 3, 4, University Play- ers 2, 3, 4, President 4, Tennis 4, In- terfraternity Athl. 2, 3, 4, Intramural Athl. 2, 3, 4, Biography Editor Ariel 3, Faculty Student Council 3, Dra- matic Club 1, 2, 3, V.C.A. 3, 4, John Dewey Club 3, 4, President 4, Re- ligious Life Committee 4, Member of Men's Judiciary 4, Fall Play 3, 4, Jun- ior Week Play 2, 3, Group Plays 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Drill Squad. HAY, RICHARD CARMAN, Sigma Phi. Burlington-'43-Pre-Medical. Manager Football 4, Corporal 2, Fra- ternity Drill Squad 2, Champlain Sabres 3, Advanced Military 3, 4, Sophomore Drill Squad. HENNESSY, ROBERT E., Kappa Sigma. Bridgeport, Conn.-'43-Bus. Football, Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 4, Interfraternity Council 2, 3, Sec. and Treas. 4, Athl. Council 2, 3, House Fellow 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 2. HERRMANN, NELLIE, Aloha Chi Omega. Rutland-'43-Musical Ed. Chapel Orchestra 1, 2, 3, University Or- chestra 1, 2, 3, Dean's List 1, 2, 3, Assistant Concert Master 3. HIGGINS, MARY JANE. Burlington-'43-El. Ed. W.A.A. 3, Bowling 3, Rifle Team 3, Y.W.C.A. 3, 4. HOFFMAN, JUNE WINIFRED, Delta Delta Delta. New York, N. Y.-'43-Cl. Mortar Board, Staff and Sandal, Sopho- more Aides, Goodrich Classical, Mod- ern Dance 1, 2, Student Union 2, 3, 4, House Pres. 3, Faculty Student Coun- cil 2, Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, Junior Week Refreshment Comm., Class Sec. 1, Dean's List 1, 2, 3, Student Govern- ment. HOLMES. CARLETON LESLIE. Bristol-'43-Sec. Ed. Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4, John Dewey Club 3, 4. HOWE, HARRY ELWIN, Lamda Iota. Tunbridge-'43-G.S. Kappa Phi Kappa, Baseball Asst. Mgr. 3, Mgr. 4, Cross Country 1, Rifle Team 1, Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Athl. 1, 2, 3, I.R.C., Sergeant 2, Expert Rifleman, Arl- vanced Military, Freshman Drill Squad, Sophomore Drill Squad. HOYT, JOHN PRESCOTT JR., Sigma Nu. Milton-'43-M .E . Track 2, 33 Cross Country 1, 2, 33 Capt. 43 Interfraternity Athl. 2, 33 Men's Glee Club 3g C.A.A. 23 Mechanical Engineers 2, 3, 43 Independents Pres. lg Outing Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Dean's List 4g Corporal 2. JENSS, EARLENE MARIAN. Barton-'43-El. Ed. House Pres. 3, 43 Wome11's Glee Club 1, 33 University Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Y.W. C.A.3 Dean's List Opera 23 Women's Double Quartette 3. JENKS, ELIZABETH, Pi Beta Phi. Burlington-'43-Sec. Ed. W.A.A., Bowling 23 Archery 23 Women's Glee Club 1, 23 University Choir 1, 2, 3, 4g Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 43 Le Cercle Fran- cais 23 Lilac Day 1. JONES, ALLEN TEWKSBURY, Sigma Nu. Morrisville-'43-Sec. Ed. Interfraternity Athl. 2, 3, 43 Campus Mgr. Tennis 43 Cynic Reporter 1, 23 Inter- fraternity Council3 Corporal3 Fresh- man Drill Squad. JONES, LLEWELLYN MARTIN, Sigma Nu. Swanton-'43-G.S. Kappa Phi Kappa3 Cynic Scrub3 Fresh- man Hai1dbook3 V.C.A. 1, 23 Sec. 33 Pres. 43 Photography Club 2, 33 I.R. C.3 Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 43 John Dewey Club 43 Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 43 Shaw Scholarship 3, 43 Freshman Camp Director 33 Corporal. JONES, NAN M. Burlington-'43-Sec. Pi Gamma Mu 43 Pan-Hellenic Council, 23 Outing Club 2, Dean's List JOSEPH, CLIFFORD, Tau Epsilon Phi. New York, N. Y.-'43-G.S. Track 23 Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Athl. 1, 2, 3, 43 Interfra- ternity Council3 I.R.C.3 Vice-Pres.3 Pre-Med. Society3 Outing Club3 Dean's List3 Corporal. KAUFMAN, MILTON R. Mountaindale, N. Y.-'43-Pre-Med. Boulderg Key and Serpent3 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 23 Intramural 2, 33 Dean's List 1, 2, 3. KEELAN, AGATHA CORRINE Montgomery-'43-Home Ec. Bowling 2g Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Home Ec. 2, 3, 43 Le Cercle Francais 23 John Dewey Club 33 Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 2. KELLEY, MARY ELIZABETH. Bennington-'43-Sec. Ed. Bowling 3, 43 House Pres. 1. 43 Dramatic Club, Y.W.C.A. 33 I.R.C. 43 John Dewey Club 3, 43 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Kake Walk Usher 2, 33 Group Plays 3. KENFIELD, MORRIS WELLESLEY. Mechanical Engineer. Rutland Rifle Team 13 R.O.T.C. Band 1, 2, 33 Mechanical Engineers 3, 43 Ad- vanced Military 3, 4. KILBURN, RALPH MORTON. Collinsville, Conn.-Business. Alpha Tau Omega3 Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 43 Interfratemity Council, Pres- ident 43 R.O.T.C. Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Dean's List 33 Sergeant 2, 3. KINNEY, ALBERT C. Bu rlin gton-Pre-M edical. Baseball 13 R.O.T.C. Bands 'Indepen- dentsg John Dewey CIUDQ Pre-Medical Society3 Sergeant. LAFRAY, CLAIRE MARIE. Leominster, Mass.-Classical. Alpha Chi Om:-gag W.A.A. 2, 43 Modem Dance 2, 3, 43 Swimming Club 23 Cynic 33 Le Cercle Francais 43 New- man Club 1, 2, 3, 4. LANG, MORNA ELIZABETH. Stowe-El. Educ. Alpha Chi Omega? Archery 2, 43 Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 43 John Dewey Club 2, 33 Dean's List 3. LAWRENCE, MARY JOSEPHINE. Haddonfield, N. J.-Lit. Scien. Riding 13 I.R.C. 43 Le Cercle Francais 43 Outing Club 4. LAVELLE, MALCOLM F. Burlington-Mech. Engineer R.O.T.C. Band 1, 23 Mechanical Engi- neers 3, 43 Electrical Engineers 23 Newman Club 1, 2, 4. LEACH, ROBERT MARDEN. Burlington-Social Science. Delta Psi3 Dean's List 1, 2, 33 Sergeant 2. LeDUC, ELIZABETH HORTENSE. Newport-Sec. Education Council at Large 43 Health Council 43 House President 43 Photography Club 13 I.R.C. 2, 3, 43 Outing Club Council 1, 2, 3, 43 Newman Club 2, 3, 43 Out- ing Club I, 2, 3, 43 Dean's List 3. LEONARD, MARGUERITE LOUISE. Nashua, N. H.-Soc. Scientific. Transfer from Penn Hall Jr. COIICKBQ Y.W.C.A. 43 Newman Club 3, 43 Out- ing Club 3, 4. LeVENS, ALMA PRINCE. Saugerties, N. Y.-Lit. Scientific. Pi Gamma M113 Health Council 23 Bad- minton 43 Modern Dance 43 Cynic3 Bluestocking Club 2, 3, 43 Y.W.C.A. 2, 33 Le Cercle Francais 3, 43 Dean's List 2, 3, 43 John Dewey Club 3. LITTLE, GEORGE EDWARD, JR. Burlington-Soc. Science. Delta Psi3 Boulderg Key and Serpent3 Track 1, 2g Cross Country 13 Inter- fraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 43 Cynic Edi- tor-in-chiefg Ariel3 Sports Editor3 In- terfraternity Handbookg Interfratern- ity Handbookg Interfraternity Coun- cil3 I.R.C. 1, 23 Junior Week3 Pub- licity Committee. LIPMAN, F AYE RUTH. West Hartford, Conn.-Soc. Science. Tau Kappa Alpha3 President 43 Badmin- ton 1, 23 Bowling 13 Baseball 23 House President 43 Women's Debating Team 1, 2, 3, 43 Press Club 3, 43 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 I.R.C. 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary, John Dewey Club 3, 43 Outing Club 3, 43 Kake Walk 33 Dean's List 33 E. F. Butler Prize 2, 33 Julia Spear Prize Speaking 2. LUND, BETH INEZ. Hartford, Conn.-Home Eco. W.A.A. 2, 33 Health Council 33 Bowling 2, 33 House President 43 Y.W.C.A. 33 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 43 Dean's List 13 Group Plays 1. LYLE, MARY MESSINGER. F airlee-Soc. Science. Hockey 13 Modern Dance 23 Y.W.C.A. 3, 43 I.R.C. 1, 2, 3, 43 Outing Club 1, 23 Dean's List 2. MACK, MILDRED I. White Plains, N. Y.-Gen. Science. Health Council 43 Badminton 1, 2, 3: W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 33 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 43 Photography Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Outing Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Kake Walk Usher 2. MARSHALL, RUSSELL. North Adams, Mass.-Elec. Eng. Electrical Engineers 1, 2, 3, 4g Junior WBBKQ Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 43 Corporal 23 Electrical Engineers, Sec'y-Treas. 23 Vice-Pres. 3. McCORMICK, THOMAS ALWIN. Burlington-Mech. Eng. Alpha Tau Omega3 Interiraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 43 Mechanical EIIQIHCCYSQ Cor poral. MCWAIN, MARGARET VanVALKEN- BURGH. Batavia, N. Y.-Gen. Scien. Rifle Team 33 Y.W.C.A. 13 John Dewey Club 4. McGAULEY, KATHLEEN ANN. Schenectady, N. Y.-Lit. Scien. Golf 1, 23 Bowling 23 Baseball 23 Y.W. C.A. 3, 43 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Outing Club 1. MALLON, JACQUELINE FRANCINE. Brooklyn, N. Y.-'43-Lit. Scien. Rifle Team 1, 33 Golf 1, 23 Bowling 2, 33 Swimming Club 33 Riding 1, 23 Y.W. C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Le Cercle Francais 2, 3. MAURER, WALTER HARDING, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. St. Albans, L. I., N. Y.-'43-Classical. Goodrich Classical 1, 2, 3, 43 President 43 Dean's List 1, 2, 33 Kirby Flower Smith Latin Prize 23 Classical Scholar- ship 1, 2, 3. McDONALD, JANET. New York City, N. Y.-'43-Soc. Sci. House President 43 John Dewey Club 33 Newman Club 3, 43 Outing Club 33 House Committee 3, 4. 51 McCA.RRY, JOHN FRANCIS, Kappa Sig. Proctor-'43-Pre-Medical. Interfraternity Athl. 3, 43 Newman Club 1, 2, 43 Premedical Society 2g 'Corporal 23 Freshman Drill Squad 1. McLEAN, HELEN ADELE, Alpha Chi Omega. Jamaica-'43-Com. Teaching. W.A.A. Council 43 Hockey 23 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Assist. Mgr. 33 Badminton 33 Baseball 2, 33 Press Club 23 Y.W.C.A. 43 Le Cercle Francais 23 Dean's List 1, 2, 3. MILNE, WILLIAM HENRY, Kappa Sigma fPledgeI. Barre-'43iSec. Educ. Track I3 Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. MITCHELL, VIRGINIA H U T S O N , Alpha Chi Omega. Worcester, Mass.-'43-Home Eco. Omicron Nu3 Health Council 23 Campus Manager3 Sports 2, 33 Golf 23 Bowl- ing 3g Modern Dance lg Cynic 1, 2, 3, 43 Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 43 Home Eco- nomics 1, 2, 3, 43 John Dewey Club 3, 43 Dean's List 1, 2, 3. MOODYS, GEORGE WILMOT. Burlington-'43iSoc. Science. Ski Team 33 Rugby 33 Scribes 33 I.R.C. 3, 43 Outing Club 2, 3, 43 Vermont Jr. College 1. MURPHY, JEAN ALICE, Sigma Gamma. Burlington-'43. Bowling 2, 43 Baseball 23 Women's Glee Club 33 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MURRAY, WILLIAM JOHN, Phi Delta Theta. Bridgeport, Conn.-'43-Bus. lnterfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 43 Ariel, Advertising Manager 4. NAYLOR, JUNE SHIRLEY, Delta Delta Delta. Alburgh-'43-Home Eco. Health Council 2, 43 Bowling 33 House President 3g Y.W.C.A. 1, 3, 43 Home Economics 1, 2, 43 Outing Club 1. NEAL, XVILLIAM CHARLES, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Larchmont, N. Y.-'43-Bus. Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 43 Intra- mural Athl. 1, 2, 3, 43 Corporal3 Fra- ternity Drill Squad. NEEDHAM, ALICE MARIE, Alpha Chi Omega. Boston, Mass.-'43-Classical. Mortar Boardg Staff and Sandalg Sopho- more Aides3 Goodrich Classical3 W.A. A. Council, Treasurer 33 Health Coun- cil 23 Campus Mgr.3 Bowling 23 Tennis 1, 23 Cynic, Reporter 23 News Editor 33 Managing Editor 43 Ariel, Organization Editor3 House President 33 Blue-stocking Club 1, 33 Y.W.C.A. 1, 3, 43 Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 33 Dean's List 1. 2, 33 Student Government, Exec- utive Committee 4. NELSON, HARRIET SOFIA, Alpha Chi Omega. Proctor-'43-Bus. Staff and Sandal3 Sophomore Aides3 Tau Kappa Alphag W.A.A. Council 3g 52 Council at Large, 2, 43 Modern Dance 1, 2, 33 Student Union, Vice President 33 Women's Debating Team 1, 2, 3, 43 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 33 I.R.C. 4. NELSON, M A R I O N FAIRBANKS, Alpha Xi Delta. Montpelier-'43-Mech. Eng. Y.W.C.A. 2g Mechanical Engineers 2, 3, 43 I.R.C. 23 Outing Club 2, 3. NEWELL, RUTH MARIE, Delta Delta Delta. Stanford, Conn.-'43-Home Eco. Health Council 33 Golf 13 House Presi- dent 43 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3g Home Eco- nomics 1, 2, 3, 43 I.R.C. 3, 43 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. NEWTON, ROSS BUCHANAN, Inde- pendent. Hyde Park-'43-Mech. Eng. Intramural Athl. 1, 2, 3, 43 Mechanical Engineers 3, 43 Dean's List 43 Corporal 23 Sergeant 23 Advanced Military 3, 43 Freshman Drill Squad 13 Sopho- more Drill Squad 2. NIEMI, JOHN WILLIAM, Kappa Sigma fpledgej. Hyannis, Mass.-'43-Chemistry. Champlain Sabres3 Chemistry Club 3, 43 Military Ball3 Chairman 43 Dean's List 1, 2, 33 Student Aiiiliate3 A.C.S. 3, 43 Sergeant 23 Champlain SHDTCSQ Captain 4g Advanced Military 3, 43 Freshman Drill Squad 13 Sophomore Drill Squad 23 S.A.R. Medal 13 Expert Rifleman. NOBLE, JOHN SAVAGE, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Orange, Conn.-'43-Bus. Football 13 Basketball, Scrub 23 Inter- fraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Athl. 2, 3g Men's Glee Club 1, 23 Cor- poral 23 Fraternity Drill Squad 1, 23 Freshman Drill Squad 1. NORRIS, JEAN ANNE, Alpha Xi Delta. Summit, N. J.-'43-Gen. Sci. Council at Large 43 Health Council 2, 33 Hockey 1, 23 Bowling 2, 3, 43 House President 33 Y.W.C.A. 4. NETTER, DONALD JOSEPH, Phi Delta eta. New York City, N. Y.-'43-Soc. Sci. Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Interfraternity Ath- letics. 1, 2, 3, 4g Intramural Athletics, 1, 2. 3, 43 Cynic, Scrub 23 Kake Walk, 3: Junior Week, 33 Class Treasurer, 13 Fraternity Drill Squad, 1, 2. O'CONNELL, EDWIN JOSEPH, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. West Springfield, Mass.413-Mechanical Engineering Sigma Delta Psi, Football, 3, 4,3 Track, 1, 23 Hockey, 3g Hexathlon, 2, 33 In- terfraternity Athletics, 1, 2, 3, 43 In- tramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3, 43 Mechani. cal Engineers3 Junior Week, Floor Chairman3 Chairman A.S.M.E., 33 Corporal, 2. OSGOOD, HAZEL ELIZABETH, Sigma Ganima. Concord-'43-El. Educ. Badminton, 43 Bowling, 43 Archery, 43 House President, 2g Y.W.C.A., 2. 43 Lilac Day, 2. PAGE, PATRICIA SMITH, Pi Beta Phi. Burlington-'43i9oc. Sci. Pi Gamma Mu3 University Players3 Ariel, Photograph Editor3 Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary, 33 Trea- surer3 Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 43 I.R.C., 2, 3, 43 President, 43 Junior Week, 33 Dec- orations Committee3 Dean's List, 1, 2, 33 Student Government Executive Council, 3 43 Junior Week Play, 1, 33 Group Plays, 1, 4. PALINKOS, BERTHA HELEN. Norwalk, Conn.-'43-Gen. Sci. Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 43 Newman Club, 1, 2, 33 Pre-Medical Society, 1. PARKER, HARRY CHANDLER JR., Sigma Nu. - Johnson-'43-Agri. Key and Serpent, Treasurer, 33 Gold Key, President, 13 Champlain Sabres, Treasurer, 43 Football, 1, 2, 43 Track, 1, 2, 3, 43 Interfraternity Athletics, 1, 2, 3, 4g House President, 33 Interfra- ternity Council, 3, 43 Outing Club, 33 Military Ball, 43 Champlain Sabres, 43 Advanced Military, 3, 43 Sophomore Drill Squad, 2. PEASE, CLIFFORD ATHERTOW, Sig- ma Phi. Burlin gton-43-Medical. Tennis, 23 Ski Team, Manager, 23 Inter- iraternity Athletics, 1, 2, 33 Cynic, Business Manager, 1, 23 Dean's List, 33 Fraternity Drill Squad, 13 Sophomore Drill Squad, 2. PEASE, HAROLD ARTHUR. F orestville, Conn.-'43-Mech. Eng. Track, 23 Mechanical Engineers, 2, 3, 43 Outing Club Council, 2, 33 Inde- pendents, 23 Outing Club, I, 2, 33 Corporal, 2. PESTLE, RAY IRVING. Waitsfield-'43-Agri. Alpha Zeta, Treasurer, 2, 3, 43 Track, Scrub, Numerals, 23 Cross Country, Manager 2, 3, 43 Aggie Club, Inde- pendents, 43 Dean's List, 1, 2, 33 Hood Scholarship, 2, 3, 4. PIERCE PHYLLIS MAE, Alpha Chi Omega. Swanton-43-Home Economics. W.A.A. Council, 23 Hockey, 1, 23 Bas- ketball, 23 Bowling, 2, 3, 43 Women's Glee Club, 2, 3, 43 Press Club, 2, 33 Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 43 Home Economics, 2, 9, 4. PIERCE, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS. Lyndonvillef'43-Lit. Sci. Gold Key, Secretary, 23 Cynic, 1, 2, 3, 43 Business Staff, 23 Advertising Manager, 33 Business Manager, 43 Le Cercle Francais, Treasurer, 3, 1, 2, 3, 43 John Dewey Club, 2, 3, 43 Treasurer, 33 Dean's List, 1, 2, 3, 43 Howard Fresh- man First Prize, 1. PIERCE, WINSTON WILDER. F ranklin-4-3-A griculture. Alpha Zeta, Chancellor3 Interfraternity Athletics, 23 R.O.T.C. Band, 1, 2, 3, 4g Aggie Club, 1, 2, 33 Vice President, 43 Independents, 13 Future Farmers of America, 2, 33 Vice President, 43 Repoi-ter3 Corporal. PIKE, PATRICIA HELEN, Pi Beta Phi. Burlington-43-Literary Scientific. Staff and Sandal, 33 Sophomore Aides, 23 University Players, 1, 2, 3, 43 Golf, 1, 23 Rifle Team, 33 Modern Dance, 1, 23 Advance Group, 23 Cynic, 1, 23 Oflice Manager, 3, 43 Student Union, Town Representative, 33 Social Chair- man, 43 Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Y. W.C.A. 1, 23 Vice-President 33 Presi- dent, 43 I.R.C., 43 John Dewey Club, 43 Junior Week, 33 Entertainmentg Vice-President, 23 Joint Conference, 2, 33 Fall Play, lg Junior Week Play, 2, 3. ' PRESTON, BETTY MANIS. Salisbury-43-Elementary Education. W.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 43 Rifle Team, 33 Ar- chery, 1, 2, 3, 43 Women's Glee Club, 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 33 Group Plays, 1, 2, 3. PRIOR, FAITH KENYON, Alpha Chi Omega. Vergennes-43-Home Economics. Bluestocking Club, 3, 4, President3 Home Economics, 2, 3, 43 John Dewey Club, 3, 43 Dean's List, 2, 3, 4. PRIOR, ROGER WILLIAMS. Middletown, Connecticut+l3-Secondary Education. Kappa Phi Kappa3 Football, 1, 2, 3, 43 Photography Club, 1, 23 Outing Club, 1, 23 Green Mountain Junior College, 1, 2. PULLING, HAROLD MOSHER, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Rutland-43-Agriculture. Baseball, li Cross Country, 13 Inter- fraternity Athletics, 3, 4g Aggie Club, 1, 2, 33 Outing Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Sopho- more Drill Squad, 23 Group Plays, 1. QUIMBY, IRENE MARION. Barnet-43-Home Economics. Golf, 13 Hockeyg Basketball, 1, 2, 33 Badminton, lg Rifle Team, 33 W.A.A., 1, 2, 33 C.A.A., 23 Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 43 Home Economics, 1, 2, 3, 43 John Dewey Club, 3, 43 Outing Club, 1, 33 Dean's List, 1, 2, 3, 43 Omicron Nu Freshman Cup, 2. RICE, MARY S. Essex Junction-43-Commercial Teach- ing. Pi Gamma Mu3 Bowling, 33 Baseball, 13 Tennic, 2, 33 Womel1's Glee Club, 2, 33 Le Cercle Francais, 1, 2, 33 Dean's List, 1, 2, 3. RICE, LOUISE FARNUM - Indepen- dents. F itchburg, Mass.-'43-El. Educ. Skiing 33 Riding 43 Y.W.C.A. 1, 23 I.R.C. 43 Independents 3, 43 Social Chairman 33 President 4g Outing Club 1, 23 Dean's List. RIGGS, MURRAY L., Alpha Tau Omega. Richmond-'43-Elec. Eng. Track 23 Interfraternity Athl. 3, 43 Elec- trical Engineers 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Week 33 Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 43 Corporal 23 Chairman AIEE 4. RISING, HAROLD SETH, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. White River Junction-'43-Sec. Educ. Kappa Phi Kappa3 Transfer from Nor- wich. ROBINSON, BARBARA ISABEL, Alpha Xi Delta. . ' Winooski-'43-Home Eco. Campus Manager3 Archery3 Bowling 33 Archery 2, 33 Manager 33 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 43 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 43 Dean's List 1, 2. ROEDER, WI LL IAM ALEXANDER, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Queens Village, L. I., N. Y.-'43-Classic. Gold Keyg Goodrich Classical Scholar- ship3 Baseball 13 Basketball 1, 23 Cynic, Sports Editor3 Interfraternity Councilg Treasurer3 Dean's List3 Athl. Publicity Director. SAVAGE, PI-IYLLIS, Pi Beta Phi. Elmore-'43--Liberal Arts. Staff and Sandal 33 Sophomore Aides 2g W.A.A. Council 1, 2, 3, 43 President 43 Vice President 33 Green Captain 23 Basketball 1. 2, 33 Bowling 1, 2, 33 Rifle Team 33 Baseball 33 Modern Dance lg Ariel, Women's Sport Editor 33 House Fellow 43 Faculty Student Council 33 Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 43 Council, Director of Freshman Camp 43 Vice President 1. I SCHOENEMAN, THELMA GERALD- INE, Sigma Gamma. Burlington-'43-El. Educ. Council at Large 23 Bowling 23 Rifle Team 33 Women's Glee Club 33 Press Club 2, 43 I.R.C. 4g Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Dean's List 2. SHEA, WILLIAM BERNARD. Bennington-'46-Medical. Intramural Athl. 1, 23 Newman Club 1, 23 Pre-Medical Society 23 Outing Club 1, 23 Deau's List 13 Cum Laude 2, 33 Sergeant 23 Freshman Drill Squad 1. SMITH, FLORENCE ADELAIDE, Sigma Gamma. Treadwell, N. Y.-'43-Home Eco. Council at Large 33 Bowling 23 Archery 1, 23 University Choir 2, 3, 43 Y.W. C.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 43 House Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. SNOW, CHRADELLA. Barre-'43-Home Eco. Women's Glee Club 1, 33 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 43 Inde- pendents 1, 23 Lilac Day 2. SOUTHWORTH, MARJORIE EVELYN, Alpha Chi Omega. Bethel-'43-Musical Educ. Bowling 1, 23 Rifle Team 43 Archery 1, 2, 33 Wome11's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 University Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Opera 23 Womeix's double quartet 2, 3, 4. SPEAR, L. NATALIE, Alpha Xi Delta St. Albans-'43-Home Eco. Mortar Board, President3 Stall' and San- dal3 Sophomore Aides3 W.A.A. Coun- cil, 1, 3, 43 Council at Large, 23 Health Council, 2g President 33 Hockey 23 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Badminton 23 Bowling 33 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 House President 33 House Fellow 43 Chapel Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Home Economics 1, 2, 43 Le Cercle Francais 1, 23 John Dewey Club 43 Dean's List 13 Joint Conference. I SPRAGUE, JEAN MARGARET, Pi Beta Phi. Worcester, Mass.-'43-Home Eco. Cynic 2, 3, 43 Scrub, Reporter, News Editor3 House President 3, 43 Y.W.C. A. 3, 43 Home Economics Club 2, 3, 43 John Dewey Club 3, 43 Outing Club 23 Dean's List 2, 3. SQUIRE, DORIS GORDON. Waterbury-'43-Mttsical Educ. Council at Large 33 Hockey 13 Basket- ball 23 Badminton 13 Tennis Club 2, 33 Women's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Uni- versity Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Women's Double Quartet 3, 43 Opera 2. STEVENS, MEAD FERRIN. Island Pond-'43-Mech. Eng. Baseball 13 Interfraternity Athl. 1, 23 In- tramural Athl. 1, 23 Mechanical Engi- neers 1, 2, 3, 43 Outing Club 3, 43 Corporal3 Sergeant3 Advanced Mili- tary3 Sophomore Drill Squad. STEWART, ELLEN REID. Rawalpindi, India-'43-El. Educ. Health Council 3, 43 Hockey 23 Badmin- ton 23 Swimming Club 33 Modern Dance 23 House President 43 Press Club 43 Y.W'.C.A. 43 Outing Club 2, 3. STICKNEY, PALLA LOIS. East Thetford-'43-El. Educ. W.A.A.3 Square Dance Club 23 Indepen- dents 23 Dean's List 3. STOCKWELL, ROBERT SYLVANUS, Delta Psi. Hartford-'43-Civil Eng. Rugby 23 Ski Team 1, 23 Interfraternity Athi. 1, 2, 33 Faculty Student Council 3, 43 R.O.T.C. Band 1, 23 Civil Engi- neers 1, 2, 3, 43 Outing Club Council 1, 2, 3g Outing Club Council 1, 2, 33 Dean's List Summer Quarter 43 Cor- poral 2. STODDARD, DOROTHY GERALDINE, Morrisville-'43-Soc. Educ. Bowling 43 Press Club 2, 43 Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 43 I.R.C. 43 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. STOUGHTON, MARIAN CLARISSA, Pi Beta Phi. Keeseville, N. Y.-'43-Home Eco. University Players 1, 2, 33 Rifle Team 33 Riding 13 Modern Dance 13 Home Eco- nomics 1, 2, 33 Y.W.C.A. 2, 33 Fall Play 13 Junior Week Play 1. SUMNER, MARY E. Ludlow-'43-Gen. Sci. Dean's List 1. SUNDBERG, PAUL VERNON, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Windsor-'43-Gen. Sci. University Players3 Track 13 Interfra- ternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 43. Intramural Athl. 1, 2. 3, 4g Manager 23 Co-Photo- graphic Editor of Ariel 33 Corporal: Fraternity Drill Squad 13 Kake Walk 1, 2. 53 SUTTON, PAUL NELSON, Sigma Phi. Burlington-'43-Bus. Gold Key 2, Cross Country 1, 2, Tennis 1, 2, Ski Team 1, 2, 3, Captain 3, In- terfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 4, Interfra- ternity Council 4, Men's Glee Club 4, Outing Club Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, President 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Week 3, Decoration, Fraternity Drill Squad 1, 2, Mixed Glee Club 4. SWIFT, FRANK ROBINSON JUNIOR, Delta Psi. Buffalo, N. Y.-'43--Chemistry. Boulder, Champlain Sabres, Vice-Presi- dent, Football 1, 3, Basketball, Assist. Manager 3, J. V. Manager 4, Track 1, 2, Rifle Team 1, 2, Interfraternity Athl. 2, 3, Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, Cheerleaders, Head 4, Military Ball, Committee, Dean's List 1, 2, Corporal 2, Sergeant 3, Champlain Sabres 3, Advanced Military 3, 4, Sophomore Drill Squad 2, Expert Rifleman. SWIFT, OLIVER FRANKLIN, Delta Psi. Burlington-'43-Gen. Sci. Track, Co-Manager 4, Chapel Orchestra 1, R.O.T.C Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Technical Sergeant 3, 4, University Orchestra 1, 2, Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, Junior Week, Prom Floor Committee 3, Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Drill Squad 1. SWIFT, RICHARD LESLIE, Kappa Sigma. Fair Haven-'43-Mech. Eng. Champlain Sabres 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Rifle Teagi, 1, 2, 3, Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 4, Mechanical Engineers 2, 3, 4, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Sergeant 2, Champlain Sabres 4, Advanced Mil- itary 3, 4, Sophomore Drill Squad 2. TENNIEN, J A M E S HARRINGTON, Kappa Sigma. Pittsford-'43-Mech. Eng. Cross Country 3, Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager 3, Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Athl. 1, 2, 3, 4, Me- chanical Engineers 3, 4, President 4, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Junior Week 3, Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4, Corporal, Sergeant, Advanced Mil- itary 3, 4, Freshman Drill Squad 1, Sophomore Drill Squad 2, S.A.R. Medal. THORNTON, DOROTHY GOLDEN, Sigma Gamma. Petersburg, Virginia-'43-Sec. Educ. Pi Gamma Mu, Council at Large 3, Soft ball 2, 3, Bluestocking Club 2, 3, 4, Outing Club 2, Dean's List 3, All- Sports. THURBER, HARRIS ELLIOT, Lambda Iota. Newport-'43-Soc. Sci. Boulder, Gold Key, Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, Basketball Manager 4, Track 2' Interfraternit Athl ' Intra 1 y -9 ' ' mural Athl., Athl. Council, Interfra- ternity Council, Junior Week Commit- tee, Treasurer 4, Corporal 2, Fratern- ity Drill Squad. 54 TUHOLSKI, DAVID CHASE, Phi Delta Theta. Brockton, Mass.-'43-Soc. Sci. Interfraternity Athl. 2, 3, 4, Intramural Athl. 4, Hockey 3, 4, House Officer. TWITCHELL, HARRY GILHESPIE, Delta Psi. London, England-'431S0c. Sci. Champlain Sabres, Rifle Team 1, 2, Rugby Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, I.R.C. 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, Outing Club 3, Corporal 2, Fraternity Drill Squad 1, Champlain Sabres, Ad- vanced Military, Sophomore Drill Squad, Mid-Term Christian Confer- ence Director 3. VREELAND, H 0 W A R D CADMUS, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Rutherford, New Jersey-'43-Mech. Eng. Gold Key, Treasurer, Champlain Sabres, Treasurer, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Hexathlon 2, Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3, 4, In- tramural Athl. 1, 2, 3, 4, Ariel, Scrub, House President, Mechanical Engi- neers l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Week Chair- man, Military Ball 3, Fraternity Drill Squad, Champlain Sabres, Advanced Military, Sophomore Drill Squad. WALSTON, GLADYS ELEANOR. Watertown, Mass.-'43--Classical. Bowling 4, Press Club 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 3, 4, I.R.C. 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. WALKER, RUTH CATHIRENE, Sigma Gamma. Cabot-'43-Home Eco. Swimming Club 4, Archery 4, House President 2, 3, Home Economics 4, Treasurer 4. WEAVER, LELON ASHLEY, JR. Starksboro-'43-Soc. Sci. Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Corporal 2, Advanced Military 3, 4, Sophomore Drill Squad 2, Hearst Trophy Match, High Individual N. E. Rifle League, Connor Medal and Craig Trophy. WELSH, DORIS ANNE, Kappa Alpha Theta. Albany, N. Y.-'43-Home Eco. Council at Large 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, Cynic 1, 2, 3, Reporter, News Editor, Student Union 2, 3, House Chairman, House Fellow 4, Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 4, Vice-President, President, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Out- ing Club 1, 2, 3, 4. WEST, GEORGE ERNEST, S.P.E. fMiddleburyJ . Dorset-'43-Soc. Sci. Ski Team 1 fMiddleburyl, Golf fMid- dlebury, Dean's List 1, 2, 3. WEST, RUSSELL C., Sigma Nu. Bridgewater-'43-Bus. Gold Key, Champlain Sabres, Football 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Cross Country 1, 2, Interfraternity Athletics 1- 2, 3, 4-3 Sergeant, Cham. plain Sabres, Advanced Military Fresh- man Drill Squad, Sophomore Drill Squad. WHITE, REGINALD STEWART, Lambda Iota. Ryegate-'43-Agri. Alpha Zeta, Track I, 2, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, Fresh- man Handbook, Business Manager, V.C.A., Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 3, Future Farmers of America, Secretary 3, President 4. WICKER, WILLIAM WHITING, Delta Psi. Burlington-'43-Soc. Sci. Beta Theta Pi, Transfer of University of Virginia, Rollins College 2, Box- ing 1, Junior Varsity Crew 2, Tennis 3, 4, Choir 2, Dean's List 2, Sports Reporter 2, Interfraternity Athl. 1, 2, 3. WILLIAMS, JOHN WHEELER, Phi Delta Theta. Northampton, Mass.--Mech. Eng. Gold Key, Champlain Sabres, Mechan- ical Engineers, Cheerleader, Outing Club, Corporal, Advanced Military, Freshman Drill Squad. WILLS, ANNE KIMBALL, Pi Beta Phi. Old Bennington-'43-Soc. Sci. Swimming Club 4, Health Council 3, Y.W.C.A. 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, Outing Club 3, 4, Transfer, Bradford Jr. College. WINCHELL, HARRY J. JR. South Royalton-'43-Sec. Educ. Track 3, Assist. Manager, Co-Manager 4, Athl. Council 4, I.R.C. 3, 4, Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. WISHART, MARGARET ELEANOR, Alpha Chi Omega. Burlington-'43-Home Eco. Staff and Sandal, Sophomore Aides, House Fellow 4, Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 4, Women's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Chapel Orchestra 1, 2, 3, University Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4, Lilac Daly I, 2. WITHAM, MARJORIE JOAN. Burlington-'43-Com. Teach. Mortar Board, Staff and Sandal, Stu- den Union, Judiciary Committee 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- dent 2, Dean's List 3, Student Govern- ment-Religious Life Committee, Chair- man. WOLVERTON, RUTH ESTELLE. Bloomsbury, N. J.-'43-Soc. Sci. Transfer from Penn. Hall Jr. College, Outing Club 3, 4. WOODARD, ROSE MARGARET. Bennington-'43-El. Educ. Cynic, Reporter 3, News Editor 4, Women's Glee Club 3, 4, I.R.C. 1, 2, John Dewey Club 2, 3, Dean's List 1, 2, 3, Cum Laude 1, 2, 3, Chorus-Christ- mas 3, 4, Easter Concerts 3, 4. ZWICK, DAAN MARSH. Burlington-'43-Chemistry. Tau Kappa Alpha, Track I, 2, 3, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Athl. 2, 3, Cynic, Rewrite Editor 4, Men's Glee Club 3, 4, University Choir 4, Men's Debating Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Man- ager, Outing Club Council 4, Vice- President, Dean's List 1, 2. Class of 1945 l w l ABRAMS, BERNARD, Sigma Nu. Business-Burlington. AIKEN, NEILL, Sigma Nu. Mech. Eng.-Georgetown, Mass. ALLEN, VIRGINIA. Home Eco.-Essex Junction. ANDERSON, BETTY, Delta Delta Delta. El. Educ.-New York, N. Y. ANDREWS, EVERETT. Agri.-Richmond. ANTHONY, MARGERY, Kappa Alpha Theta. Gen. Sci.-Englewood, N. .l. ARCHAMBAULT, HAROLD. Lib. Arts-Fort Anne, N. Y. ASHE, MARY ELIZABETH, Alpha Chi Omega. Lib. Arts-Nashua, N. H. ' ASTONE, VINCENT. Lib. Arts-Beacon, N. Y. ATHERTON, H. V. Agri.-Barton. AUSTIN, CERTRUDE, Kappa Alpha Theta. Lib. Arts-Brattleboro. BAILEY, ELAINE. Sec. Educ.-Waterbury. BAILEY, JOYCE. El. Educ.-Mclndoes Falls. BALLARD, ESTHER. Lib. Arts-Milton. 56 Jordan, Moore, Needham, Ingram. BANGHART. C. E., Sigma Phi. Mech. Eng.-Douglaston, N. Y. BARASH, E. S., Tau Epsilon Phi. Lib. Arts-Brooklyn, N. Y. BATCHELDER, MARGARET, Delta Delta Delta. El. Educ.-Montpelier. BAYER, A. E.. Tau Epsilon Phi. Lib. Arts-New Britain, Conn. BEAULIEU, H. H., Sigma Nu. El. Educ.-Barre. BERNSTEIN, H. P., Tau Epsilon Phi. Bus.-Brooklyn, N. Y. BINGHAM, VIRGINIA, Alpha Xi Delta. Lib. Arts-St. Albans. BISSELL, P. D. Chemistry-Suiiielcl, Conn. BLISS. DORRIS. Lib. Arts-Plymouth, Mass. BLODGETT, M. C. Elec. Eng.-St. Johnsbury. BLUMBERC, LILLA. Sec.-New Rochelle, N. Y. BOUTIN, MARIE. Sec. Educ.-Bennington. BOYER-HAMILTON, JEAN, Delta Psi. El. Educ.-Barre. BROWN, LOIS. Home Eco.-Richmond. BROWN, S. W. Mech. Eng.-Richmond. BRYDEN, HOWARD, Delta Psi. Bus.-Vineyard, Mass. BULEY, YVONNE. El. Educ.-Richmond. BULL, JEANNE, Delta Delta Delta. Home Eco.-Westfield, N. J. BULMER, ELSIE. Lib. Arts-Glen Cove, N. Y. BURNHAM, BARBARA, Pi Beta Phi. Sec.-South Windsor. Conn. BYINGTON, JOYCE, Delta Delta Delta. El. Educ.-Charlotte. CAMIRE, A. W. Lib. Arts-Barre. CAPEN, ANNA. Lib. Arts-Brandon. CARPENTER, TORREY, Phi Delta Theta. Bus.-Burlington. CHAMBERLAIN, KATHLEEN. Lib. Arts-Burlington. CHAPIN, SHIRLEY. El. Educ.-Colchester. CHENEY, BERYL, Pi Beta Phi. El. Educ.-Rutland. CHENEY, RUTH. Home Eco.-New Haven. CLARKE, PAULINE. Lib. Arts-Fairfield, Conn. COCHRANE, G. S., Phi Delta Theta. Mech. Eng.-Chelmsford, Mass. Cm Home X r om ....... 5999999 550099 Yres. ....., .f5XXXYs99i 9999959 S ecre m arg .. ..... XAWA S090 Treasurer ........ fY.Ys.XSC1Ysb 'bb 1 F in P QT? COMEN, S. M., Tau Epsilon Phi. Bus.-New Haven, Conn. CONNOR, FRANCELIA, Sigma Gamma. Home Eco.-Middlesex. CONRAD, RICHARD, Delta Psi. Sec. Educ.-Morrisville. CORBOSIERO, G. R., Sigma Nu. Lib. Arts-Fitchburg, Mass. CORWIN, A. R. Agri.-South Burlington. CRANDALL, P. H. Lib. Arts-Essex Junction. CROCKER, ANN, Alpha Xi Delta. Lib. Arts-Foxboro, Mass. CUDWORTH, FLORENCE, Delta Delta Delta. Lib. Arts-Brattleboro. CUTLER, LAEL, Delta Phi Epsilon. Home Eco.-Quincy, Mass. DAHLGREN, ELIZABETH, K a p p a Alpha Theta. Lib. Arts-Bristol, Conn. DALE, P. H. Lib. Arts-Montpelier. DANYOU, L. H. JR., Delta Psi. Civil Eng.-Enosburg Falls. DIEZ, M. Mech. Eng.-Barre. DIVINE, R. D., Alpha Tau Omega. W Chemistry-Waterbury. DONAHUE, FRANCES. Lib. Arts-Pearl River, N. Y. DONAHUE. MARGARET. Sec. Educ.-Pearl River, N. Y. DOOLIN, ELIZABETH. Sec. Edtlc.-Washingtoil, D. C. DRURY, H. K. JR., Delta Psi. Chemistry-Essex Junction. EARLE, W. C., Alpha Tau Omega. Agri.-East Hardwick. EDDY. M. L., Delta Psi. Mech. Eng.-Burlington. EDWARDS, ALICE. Delta Delta Delta. Lib. Arts-Brooklyn, N. Y. EISENBERG, PHYLLIS, Delta Phi Ep- silon. Lib. Arts-Flushing, N. Y. EISMAN, ROSE, Delta Phi Epsilon. Chemistry-Jersey City, N. J. EKLUND, F. O., Phi Delta Theta. Lib. Arts, Rutland. ELDREDGE, JOAN, Delta Delta Delta. Sec.-Waterbury. EVANS, R. M., Sigma Phi. Lib. Arts-Burlington. FAGAN, W. T. JR., Phi Delta Theta. Lib. Arts-Rutland. FARNSWORTH, BETTY, Pi Beta Phi. Lib. Arts-Morristown, N. J. FIFIELD, MARY El. Educ.-Burlington. FISHER, L. R.. Phi Sigma Delta. Elec. Eng.-Hardwick. FISHMAN, L., Tau Epsilon Phi. Chemistry-Burlington. FISKE, BARBARA. Pi Beta Phi. Home Eco.-Burlington. FITCH, PAULINE. Kappa Alpha Theta. FLEMMING, ALICE, Kappa Alpha Theta. Sec.-Lansdale, R. I. FLOURNAY, SARAH, Alpha Xi Delta. Sec.-Kenmore, N. Y. FLYNN, R. H., Phi Delta Theta. Lib. Arts-North Adams, Mass. FOSTER, JUNE. Lib. Arts-Burlington. FRANK, H. D., Phi Sigma Delta. Lib. Arts-Burlington. FRASER, P. V. Civil Eng.-Montpelier. GARWIN, CONSTANCE. Lib. Arts-Greenfield, N. H. GEBBIE, HARRIET, Alpha Chi Omega. Home Eco.-Greensboro. GILBERT, JUDITH. Lib. Arts-Dorset. GLAZIN, A. I., Tau Epsilon Phi. Lib. Arts-Malden, Mass. GOLDBLOOM, JOAN. Lib. Arts-Brushton, N. Y. GOLDMAN, N. S., Phi Sigma Delta. Lib. Arts-Brookline, Mass. GOLDMAN, S. H. Mech. Eng.-Brooklyn, N. Y. GOLDSTEIN, I., Phi Sigma Delta. Bus.-Mountaindale, N. Y. GUILD. LORAINE, Pi Beta Phi. El. Educ.-Burlington. HALL, LIARJORIE. Home Eco.-Wakefield, Mass. HAMLIN, G. A., Sigma Phi. Lib. Arts, Brushton, N. Y. HAMMOND, MARIE. El. Educ.-Burlington. HARDY, PHYLLIS. Home Eco.-Brattleboro. HARMON, MARY. El. Educ.-Bennington. HECHT, FLORENCE, Delta Phi Epsilon. Lib. Arts-Brooklyn, N. Y. HENDERSHOT, SYLV IA, Delta Delta Delta. El. Educ.-White Plains, N. Y. HENNESSEY, KATHERINE. El. Educ.-Bellows Falls. HIBBARD, SHIRLEY, Kappa Alpha Theta. Lib. Arts-New Britain, Conn. HINMAN, HOPE. Sec. Educ.-Haverhill, Mass. HOLDEN, A. C. Lib. Arts-Burlington. HOLMES, RUTH. Home Eco.-Burlington. HOTCHKISS. JEANNE, Pi Beta Phi. Lib. Arts-New Preston, Conn. HUGHES, CHRISTINE, Alpha Chi Omega. Home Eco.-Brattleboro. HUMPHREY, R. A., sigma Alpha Ep- silon. Mech. Eng.-Needham, Mass. HUMPHREYS. D. W. Lib. Arts-Bennington. HUNT, VIRGINIA, Alpha Xi Delta. HUNZIKER, R. N. Lib. Arts-Stratford, Conn. INGRAM, T. R., Delta Psi. El. Educ.-Barre. JACOBS, THELMA, Delta Phi Epsilon. Home Eco.-St. Albans. JENKINS, ELEANOR, Pi Beta Phi. Home Eco.-Maplewood, N. J. JEPSON, RUTH, Kappa Alpha Theta. Sec.-Walpole, Mass. JOHNSON, PATRICIA, Kappa Alpha Theta. Lib. Arts-Kinderhook, N. Y. JORDAN, RUTH, Kappa Alpha Theta. Sec. Educ.-Burlington. KANTOR, BEATRICE. Sec.-Rutland. KAUFMAN, R., Phi Sigma Delta. Lib. Arts-Pittsfield, Mass. KAYE, B. M., Phi Sigma Delta. Lib. Arts-Brandon. KENNON, BARBARA, Pi Beta Phi. Home Eco.-Colorado. KIRBY, BARBARA, Delta Delta Delta. El. Educ.-Brooklyn, N. Y. KIRBY, HELEN. El. Educ.-Underhill. KOBLE, FREDA, Delta Phi Epsilon. ,Lib. Arts-Witllerhee, N. Y. KUDIESY, MARY. El. Educ.-Burlington. LAMPMAN, SHIRLEY. Music. Educ.-St. Albans. LA POINTE, R. R., Kappa Sigma. El. Edttc.-Winooski. LEDERMAN, W. J., Tau Epsilon Phi. Lib. Arts-Revere, Mass. LEVINE, I. Lib. Arts-Burlington. LEIBERMAN, BERNICE. Lib. Arts-Medford, Mass. LILLIBRIDGE, CHARLOTTE. Lib. Arts-Torrington, Conn. LITTLE. WINONA. Home Eco.-Plainfield. LOBDELL, J. O. Lib. Arts-Fairfield, Conn. LOHMANN, A. H. Post Graduate-Zambrota, Minn. 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PHILLIPS, JEANNE, Kappa Alpha Theta. Bus.-Milford, Penn. PLUMLEY, C. A., Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Mech. Eng.-Ludlow. 58 POWERS, J. F., Alpha Tau Omega. Bus.-Burlington. PRATT, CONSTANCE, Pi Beta Phi. El. Educ.-Proctor. PRENDERGAST, K. F. Lib. Arts-Valley Stream, N. Y. PRESTON, JANICE, Kappa Alpha Theta. Sec.-Burlington. PRINCE, VERA, Pi Beta Phi. Lib. Arts-Montclair, N. J. PRIOR, F. X., Alpha Chi Omega. Chemistry-Springfield, Mass. PROUTY, RAYELEN, Pi Beta Phi. Home Eco.-Hartford, Conn. RASINES, A. MONICA. Com. Teaching-Barre. RINDLER, DORIS, Delta Phi Epsilon. Lib. Arts-New York, N. Y. RITCHIE, BETTY, Delta Delta Delta. Sec.-Glen Rock, N. J. ROBINSON, CHARLOTTE, Delta Phi Epsilon. Lib. Arts-Accord, N. Y. ROBINSON, P. E., Sigma Phi. Lib. Arts-Burlington. ROLLERI, MARIE. Lib. Arts-B ridgeport, Conn. ROLSKI, F. J. Lib. Arts-Lyndon, N. J. ROSE, VIRGINIA, Pi Beta Phi. Lib. Arts--Bellows Falls. ROSEN, M., Tau Epsilon Phi. Bus.-New Haven, Conn. ROWE, ALICE, Alpha Chi Omega. Lib. 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Medicine-Montpelier. WHITE, CLARA. Home Eco.-Greeshoro. WILLARD, RUTH. El. Educ.-Richmond. WILLIAMS, J. K., Sigma Alpha Epsilon Bus.-Lantlgrove. WILLIAMS, Nancy. Lib. Arts-Hartford, Conn. WOODS, BEVERLY, Pi Beta Phi. Sec. Educ.-Burlington. WORKMAN, D. L., Delta Psi. Civil Eng.-Essex Junction. YATES, PERSIS. El. Educ.-Sheldon. ZAUDER, H. L., Phi Sigma Delta. Lib. Arts-Brooklyn, N. Y. CLASS UF 1945 ABBOT, ROBERT BOWEL, Kappa Sigma. Lib. Arts-Fort Ethan Allen, Vermont. ABRAMS, BERNARD. Bus.-Burlington, Vermont. ALEXANDER, MARJORIE INA. Lib. Arts-Irushurg, Vermont. ANDERSON, BARBARA SMITH. Lib. Arts-Upper Montclair, N. J. ANDERSON, C H A R L E S GUSLOR, Kappa Sigma. Lib. Arts-Douglaston, N. Y. ANDERSON, ELEANOR ELAINE. Home Eco.-Essex Junction, Vt. ANDREWS, EDWARD CLINTON. Lib. Arts-Plainfield, Vt. ARMS, ROBERT CHODWICH. Agri.-Burlington, Vt. ARONSON, CAROLYN ESTHER, Alpha Chi Omega. Lib. Arts-Proctor, Vt. AUDETTE, RICHARD RAYMOND. Mech. Eng.-Fairfax, Vt. AUGER, FRANCIS DAVID. Bus.-Windsor. Vt. BAILEY, LINCOLN COOPER, Phi Delta Theta. Bus.-Brockton, Mass. BAKER, RUTH MARIE. Lib. Arts-Irving, N. J. BALLAS, AGLAIA CHRISLY. Lib. Arts--Brattleboro, Vt. BARNARD, ABERT DENNIS, Phi Delta Theta. Mech. Eng.-Branelon, Vt. BARNES, DIANNA KAY. Lib. Arts-Yonkers, N. Y. BARRON, HARRIET NATALIE. Lib. Arts--Roxbury, Mass. BAYLEY, LUTHER PARKER, Kappa Sigma. Civil Engineering-Burlington, Vt. BEATTIE, ALLENE ELIZABETH. Secretarial-St. Johnshury, Vt. BEERS, JANICE MILDRED. Elementary Education-Burlington. BENEDICT, VIRGINIA ROE. Home Economics-Burlington. BENSON, KENNETH ALAN, Kappa Sig- ma. Civil Engineering-Burlington. BERGMAN, PATRICIA WEBB, Kappa AI ha Theta p . Liberal Arts-Port Arthur, Texas. BESSETTE, LENA MARY. Elementary Education-Hardwich, Vt. BINCO, CHARLES ROBERT, Phi Delta Theta. Liberal Arts-Montclair, N. J. BIKOOF, DAVID MARVIN, Phi Sigma Delta. Liberal Arts-Brooklyn, N. Y. BOARDMAN MARY ALBERTA. Secretarial-St. Albans, Vt. BOYARSKY, EDWARD ABRAHAM, Phi Sigma Delta. Liberal Arts-Burlington, Vt. BREEN, RICHARD PAUL, Kappa Sig- ma. Liberal Arts-Jericho, Vt. BRISTOL, HARRIET JEAN, Kappa Alpha Theta. Home Eco.-Burlington, Vt. BROTHERS, DONALD NELSON. M echanicale Engineering-Moretown, Vt. BROWN, LEOLA ISABELLE. Elementary Education-Burlington, Vt. BROWN, STEWARD CLAYTON. Business--Brockton, Mass. BROWN, WALTER GAULD, Sigma Phi. Mechanical Engineering-Wardshoro, Vt. BRAUNELL, CONSTANCE WHEELER, Alpha Chi Omega. Liberal Arts-Burlington, Vt. BROWNELL. ELEANOR PALMER, Sig- ma Gamma. Music Education-Burlington, Vt. BURKE, CLARENCE FREDERIC, Phi Delta Theta. Electrical Engineering-Burlington, Vt. BURRINGTON, NEIL IRVIN, Lambda Iota. Civil Engineering-St. Johnshury, Vt. BURRITT, DWIGHT CALVIN, Kappa Sigma. Mechanical Engineering-Bridgeport, Conn. BUSHWAY, EARNEST ARTHUR, Kap- pa Sigma. Elementary Education-Bellows Falls, Vt. BUTTRICH, WALLACE FREDERICH. Liberal Arts-Montpelier, Vt. CADY, ALLISON MAE, Alpha Chi Omega. Elementary Education-Rutland, Vt. CAMIRE, ARTHUR WILFRED, Kappa Sigma. Liberal Arts-Barre, Vt. CAMPBELL, BENEVIERE EVA. Home Economics-Stratford, Vt. CAMPBELL, VIRGINIA. Liberal Arts-Lyndonville, Vt. CARR, WALTER LOUIS. Mechanical Engineering-Barre, Vt. CHAFFEE, CHARLOTTE GERALDINE, Alpha Xi Delta. Home Economics-Enosburg Falls, Vt. CHALMERS, MARY AGATHA. Home Economics-West Lebanon, N.H. CHARLES, DIANA JOAN Liberal Arts-Locust Valley, N. Y. CHURCHILL, MARIETTA JANE. Elementary Education-Montpelier., Vt. CLARK, ELIZABETH GRAEME. Home Economics-Burlington, Vt. CLIFFORD, ARTHUR EDDY, Delta Psi. Agriculture-Bristan, Vt. COCHRAN, WINSTON EARLE. Liberal Arts--Morrisville, Vt. COE, RHODA CLAIRE. Liberal Arts-New Haven, Conn. COHEN, ALICE LILLIAN, Delta Phi Epsilon. Liberal Arts-Pittsfield, Mass. - COLEGROVE, EDITH JANE, Kappa Alpha Theta. Elementary Education-Burlington, Vt. 59 COLVILLE, EDWARD PAUL. Liberal Arts-Yonkers, N. Y. COMMANDAY, JANICE CECILE, Del- ta Phi Epsilon. Liberal Arts-New York, N. Y. COMSTOCK, CHARLES FRANKLIN. Liberal Arts-Bristol, Vt. CONLEY, MARY LOU. Liberal Arts--Bridgeport, Conn. COOK, WILLIAM ROY JR. Liberal Arts-Burlington, Vt. COONEY, WILLIAM PAUL. Mechanical Engineering-Burlington, Vt. CROWLEY, JAMES JOSEPH, Sigma Al- pha Epsilon. Liberal Arts-New Haven, Conn. CROWN, EDMUND THEODORE, Delta Psi. Agriculture-Lanesboro, Mass. DALE, LAWRENCE PHILIP. Mechanical Engineering-Montpelier, Vt. DARLING, BERNICE RUTH, Alpha Chi Omega. Elementary Education-Montpelier, Vt. DAVIS, SIDNEY EDGAR. Mech. Eng.-Burlington, Vt. Vt. I DAY, DOROTHY ANN. Home Economics-Springfield, Vt. DEBUS, RICHARD CARLTON, Sigma Nu. Biasiness-Wood-Ridge, N. J. DE ROCHEMONT, CLARENCE RADER. Electrical Engineering-Rochlancl, Maine. DOCKSTADER, NANCY ALICE, Pi Beta Phi. Home Economics-Amityville, N. Y. DOLE, ELIZABETH LEA, Kappa Alpha Theta. Liberal Arts-Burlington, Vt. DONDES, ARON, Tau Epsilon Phi. Mechanical Engineering-Burlington. DONNER, LUCILLE GLADYS. Home Economics-Underhill, Vt. DONNELLY, IDA MARGUERITE. Liberal Arts-Philadelphia, Pa. DOOLIN, ELIZABETH DINT. Sec. Educ.-Washington, D. C. DUNSMORE, MARY JEAN ALBERTON, Kappa Alpha Theta. Liberal Arts-Swanton, Vt. DURFEE, HERBERT ASHLEY, Phi Delta Theta. Liberal Arts-Burlington. Vt. DURFEE, JOHN BORD. Mechanical Engineering-Bethel, Vt. DURKEES JUNE BEVERLEY. Elementary Education-Randolph, Vt. EARLEY, JOHN EDWARD. Mechanical Engineering-Burlington, Vt. EDEERTON, PHYLLIS MARY, Pi Beta P i. Home Economics-Burlington, Vt. 60 EHRENBARD, ROBERT. Liberal Arts-New York, N. Y. ELLIOPULOS, JOHN WILLIAM. Lib. Arts-Fitchburg, Mass. ERWIN, KARL WAYNE. Lib. Arts-Burlington, Vt. ESTERAN, PETER FLORIAL. Pre-Medical-Barre, Vt. ESTES, FRANK BUTLER, Kappa Sigma. Mechanical Engineering-Bellows Falls, Vt. FAI-IEY, IRENE FORESTELLE. Liberal Arts-Bridgeport, Conn. FARMER, GLORY ANN. Liberal Arts--Fair Haven, Conn. FARRELL, LORRAINE MARY. Music Education-Shelburne, Vt. FARRINGTON, DONALD SUMNER. Liberal Arts-Concord, Vt. FIELD, JULIA ELIZABETH. Elementary Education-North Ferris- burg, Vt. FIELD, WARREN JAMES. Electrical Engineering-North Ferris- burg, Vt. FITZSIMONDS, JOHN CHARLES, Kap- pa Sigma. Agriculture-Jericho, Vt. FLAGG, WAYNE GEORGE. Electrical Engineering-Brandon, Vt. FLANDERS, ROGER MORTON. Civil Engineering-West Barnet, Vt. FLANDERS, WILLIAM DANA. Civil Engineering-Island Pond, Vt. FLEMMING, NANCY, Kappa Alpha Theta. Liberal Arts-Attleboro, Mass. FOSTER, JUNE DORRANCE. Liberal Arts-Burlington, Vt. FRASER, JOHN WILLIAM, Sigma Phi. Electrical Engineering-Burlington, Vt. FREEMAN, ROBERT WARD. Liberal Arts-Rutherford, N. J. FULLER, RUTH ELAINE, Alpha Chi Omega. Liberal Arts-Brooklyn, N. Y. FUSCO, LAUSS SIDNEY. Liberal Arts-Rutland, Vt. GALATIS, EVANGELINE MARY ELLEN. Liberal Arts--Bellows Falls, Vt. GALEN, NOEL CHARLES, Tau Epsilon Phi. Liberal Arts-New York City GALLUP, ANDREW YOUNG, Sigma Phi. Liberal Arts-Burlington, Vt. GAREY, MARTIN FITZGERALD, Sigma Phi. Chemistry-St. Albans. GARRITY, JOAN MARY. Liberal Arts-Burlington, Vt. GELVAN, JULIAN. Liberal Arts-Rutland, Vt. GEORGE, MILDRETH LOUISE, Delta Delta Delta. Business-Riverside, Conn. GIANOLA, CHRISTIAN MICHAEL. Liberal Arts-Proctor, Vt. GIDDINGS, RACHAEL MARY, Alpha Chi Omega. Elementary Education-Ludlow, Vt. GILLINGER, BETSY MAY. Home Economics-Port Jervis, N. Y. GILMORE, RICHARD GUY. Agriculture-Lenmouth, Vt. GRACE, SIDNEY ARNOLD, Phi Sigma B lta. Liiberal Arts-Waterbury, Vt. GROVES, IRVIN McKEE, Phi Delta Theta. Liberal Arts-Bellows Falls, Vt. GREENE, MARY THORNE, Alpha Chi Omega. Lib. Arts-Morrisville, Vt. GREENSPAN, MARCIA, AUDREY, Del- ta Phi Epsilon. Liberal Arts-Holyoke, Mass. GRISWOLD, KAY, Pi Beta Phi. Liberal Arts-Bennington, Vt. HACHEL, DONALD HERMAN, Phi Sigma Delta. Liberal Arts-Rutland, Vt. HALBROOKS, DOROTHY ELLEN. Lib. Arts-Cynwyd, Pa. HALL, DORIS ETHEL. Secretarial-Westfield, N. J. HALL, NANCY ELEANOR. Liberal Arts-Burlingtoiiu I-IALL, ROBERT MACCULLUM. Liberal, Arts-Gloucester, Mass. HALLET, ROBERT LAURENCE, Phi Sigma Delta. Liberal Arts-Springfield, Mass. HARTUNG, JANET VERDE. Agriculture-Millerton, N. Y. HAYNES, PEGGY HELEN, Alpha Chi Omega. Elementary Education-Burlington, Vt. HENDERSON, GEORGE HAROLD, Del- ta P i. Libelal Arts-Pittsfield, Mass. HOLDEN, JOHN KENNETH. Civil Engineering-Burlington, Vt. HOLLOWAY, MARGARET ANN. Liberal Arts-Neward, Md. HOLT, CHARLES RICHARE. Liberal Arts-New Rochelle, N. Y. HOOS, ANNE LOUISE, Delta Delta Del- lil. Chemistry--Union, N. J. HOPKINSON, I. WANDA. Secretarial-Burlington, Vt. HOYT, GLADYS HELEN. Chemistry-Milton, Vt. HUSK, CAROLINE FRANCES. Elementary Education-Vergennes, Vt. JACKSON, ISABEL LUCY. General Science-Jericho, Vt. JENKINS, STEARNS RAYMOND. Mechanical Engineering-Hardwick, Vt. JOHNSON, BETTY JEAN, Pi Beta Phi. Elementary Education-Burlington, Vt. JOHNSON, PATRICIA ANEE, Kappa Alpha Theta. Lib. Arts--Kinclerhook, N. Y. JOHNSTON, ALBERT, Kappa Sigma. El. Educ.-Newton Center. KADZIS, PETER PAUL, Alpha Tau Omega. Lib. Arts-Brighton, Mass. KAFALOS, GEORGIA. Lib. Arts-Newburyport, Mass. KEEFE, RICHARD FRANCIS. Agri.-Bennington, Vt. KELLEY MAURICE LESLIE JR., Delta Psi. Lib. Arts--Montpelier, Vt. KEMPTER, C H A R L E S PRENTISS, Sigma Phi. Chemistry-Burlington, Vt. KENNEY, CAROLYN STOKES, Pi Beta Ph' 1. Sec.-Cranston., R. I. KENYON, ASIS. Sec.-Richmond, Vt. KILBOURN, WILLIAM ARTHUR. Mech. Eng.-Bristol, Vt. KING, ATHENS HUGHES JR. Elec. Eng.-Brattleboro, Vt. KING, STONLEY ALLEN. Chemistry-Burlington, Vt. KINNE, JAMES TAFT, Kappa Sigma. Agri.-South Glastonbury, Conn. KNIGHT, THATCHER JOSLIN, Kappa Sigma. Agri.-Bellows Falls, Vt. KNOX, PRISCILLA RUTH, Delta Della Delta. Lib. Arts-Lynn, Mass. KONOWITZ, ELEANOR, Delta Phi Epsilon. Lib. Arts-Brookline, Mass. KARPI, HELEN MARIA. El. Educ.-Jamaica, Vt. KIRBIN, JOHN GILBERT, Delta Psi. Lib. Arts-Orwell, Vt. LADD, FREDERICK HARREY. Agri.-Norwich, Vt. LAIRD, FREDERICK LESLIE, Kappa Sigma. , Lib. Arts-Montpelier, Vt. LAW, BARBARA FULLER, Sigma Gamma. Home Eco.-Springfield, Mass. LAWSON, MARION. Lib. Arts-Stony Point, N. Y. LEPPER, RICHARD WATSON, Delta Psi. Lib. Arts-Lyndonville, Vt. LERY, RICHARD JEROME. Lib. Arts-Lynbrook, Vt. LISAR, LEONORS MICHEAL, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Mech. Eng.-Bellows Falls, Vt. LITTLE, FARNHAM. Lib. Arts-Forest Hills, N. Y. LITTLE, MARY JANE, Pi Beta Phi. Bus.-Rochester, N.-Y. LONG, RICHARD SEBLEY. Lib. Arts-Readsboro, Vt. LUCE, FREDERICK LE BARON. Lib. Arts-Waterbury, Vt. LUCE, LORRAINE. Lib. Arts-Waterbury, Vt. LYNDE, DORIS PEARL. Lib. Arts-Westminister, Vt. LYON, HOWARD HUNTINGTON JR. Agri.-Morrisville, Vt. MCGOUGNEY, KATHRYN FRANCES, Alpha Chi Omega. Home Eco.-Nashua, N. H. MCCORMICK, JACQUILINE, Pi Beta Phi. Lib. Arts-St. Albans, Vt. MCGAUGHAN, RICHARD PHILIP, Kappa Sigma. Lib. Arts-Burlington, Vt. MCGEOCH, NORMAN JOHN. Lib. Arts-Burlington. MCGILLICUDDY, KATHRYN MAY. Lib. Arts-Burlington, Vt. MCNAMARA, ANNE KATHRYN, Pi Beta Phi. Home Eco.-Burlington, Vt. MANSFIELD, BETTY KELLOFF, Pi Beta Phi. I Lib. Arts-Verona, N. J. MASSUCCO, RAYMOND ROBERT, Sigma Alpha Epsilop. Lib. Arts-Bellows Falls, Vt. MAUSOLFF, T H O M A S FRANCIS, Kappa Sigma. Lib. Arts-Stowe, Vt. MAYNES. JAMES HENRY. Elec. Eng.-Woodstock, Vt. MELE, JOSEPH JR., Sigma Nu. Lib. Arts-Mallets Bay, Vt. MELLIN, JOHN EUGENE, Kappa Sigma. Lib. Arts-Scotia, N. Y. MERSIHEW, JUNE DELIGHT, Alpha Chi Omega. El. Educ.-Burlington, Vt. MEYER, WILLIAM, Phi Sigma Delta. Civil Eng.-Lake Placid, N. Y. MEYERS, EDWIN DAVID, Sigma Delta. Lib. Arts-Manchester, Vt. MILLER, ALICE LYNETTE, Sigma Gamma. Home Eco.-Greensboro, Vt. MILLER, VAN PATRICK FYFE, Phi Delta Theta. Lib. Arts-Honeser, N. H. MILLER, MARGARET ELIZABETH. Sec.-Burlington. MILLIGAN, DEANE LEVEN. Civil Eng.-Windsor, Vt. MINOR, ROBERT ALAN, Phi Delta Theta. Lib. Arts-Saco, Maine. MOFFETT, ELIZABETH GREGORY. Lib. Arts-Provincetown, Mass. MORON, FRANKLEN WILLIAM. Lib. Arts-Jericho, Vt. MORGAN, MERVIN TAFT, Kappa Sigma. Bus.-Burlington, Vt. MORRISON, ROBERT EDGAR. Civil Eng.-St. Johnsburg, Vt. MURPHY, DONALD DAY, Kappa Sigma. Lib. Arts-Bellows Falls, Vt. MURRAY., RACHEL ALBERTA. Home Eco.-Charlotte, Vt. NAESS, ELIZABETH MARY, Pi Beta Phi. Music. Educ.-Ludlow, Vt. NASH, BARBARA ALLAN. Lib. Arts-Brattleboro, Vt. NASH, EDWARD CIPION. Lib. Arts-North Bennington, Vt. NEIBURG, ROBERT IRWIN. Elec. Eng.-St. Albans, Vt. NEWCOMBE, ELIZABETH JEAN, Pi Beta Phi. Home Eco.-Burlington, Vt. NICHOLS, GUY WARREN. Civil Eng.-Mallets Bay, Vt. NOBLE, ANN LEFFINGWELL, Kappa Alpha Theta. Home Eco.-Bethel, Vt. NOSCROSS, MACLONE WRIGHT. Lib. Arts-Albury, Vt. NOREM, EARL HOWARD, Delta Psi. Civil Eng.-Bayside, L. I. O'DONNELL, ANN HELEN. Home Eco.-St. Albans. ORR, CHARLES WILLIAM, Delta Psi. Agri.-Vershire, Vt. OSGOOD, FREDERICK WARREN. Lib. Arts-Rutland, Vt. PAGE, RONALD MORTEN, Sigma Phi. Civil Eng.-Burlington, Vt. PAUL, DOMINIC RICHARD. Lib. Arts-Rutland, Vt. PARKER, RICHARD HAROLD. Mech. Eng.-Rochester, Vt. POSCAL, PAUL, Phi Sigma Delta. Lib. Arts-Brooklyn, N. Y. PATERSON, KATHERINE GEORGI- ANNA. Chemistry-Shelburne, Vt. PERKINS, CONSTANCE READ, Pi Beta Phi. Home Eco.-Bridgewater Corners, Vt. PERKINS, SONIA MYRTLE. Sec.-Brockton, Mass. PERRY, GRACE LUCILE. Lib. Arts-Burlington, Vt. PERRY, MARTHA JANICE, Alpha Chi Omega. El. Educ.-St. Albans. PIERCE, DOUGLAS FRANCES, Phi Delta Theta. Lib. Arts-Hensdale, Mass. PINSLY, MARJORIE LOIS, Delta Phi Epsilon. Lib. Arts-Yonkers, N. Y. PLANTE, ALBERT JOSEPH. Agri.-Hinesburg, Vt. POLLARD, PHYLLIS DAWN. Lib. Arts-Newiort, Vt. POTOCHO, WILLIAM FRANCIS. Elec. Eng.-Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 61 POWERS, BARBARA METTIE, Pi Beta Ph'. Lili. Arts-Brattleboro, Vt. POWERS, ELIZABETH RUTTER, Pi Beta Phi. Lib. Arts-St. Albans, Vt. PRENDERGAST, KENNETH FRANCIS. Lib. Arts-Valley Stream, L. I. PRIBULA, JOSEPH STEPHEN. Lib. Arts-South Amboy, N. J. PRICE, MARGARET ADELINE, Pi Beta Ph'. Lili. Arts-Fairfield, Conn. PYLE, WELDEN, Sigma Phi. Lib. Arts-South Orange, N. J. RAND, DORIS ELEANOR. El. Educ.4Burlington, Vt. RAVEY, MARY SPENCER. Sec.-Burlington, Vt. READ, ALBERTA. MARTHA, Alpha Chi Omega. Home Eco.-East Fairfield, Vt. REED, EARL WILMOT JR. Civil Eng.-Essex Junction, Vt. REED, IRENE CATHERINE, Alpha Chi Omega. Lib. Arts-Burlington, Vt. REGNEMER, BRUCE, Phi Delta Theta. Lib. Arts-Stamford, Conn. REID, FORENCE ESTHER. Music. Educ.-Burlington, Vt. REID, HOWARD DRISCOLL, Phi Delta Theta. Lib. Arts-Barre, Vt. REVILLA, RICHARD ENRIQUE. Lib. Arts-Barre, Vt. RICHARDS, RUTH LURA, Kappa Alpha Theta. El. Erluc.-Woodstock, Vt. RIXFORD, ASCOR THEODORE, Sigma Phi. Bus.-East Highgate, Vt. ROBERTS, ELIZABETH THESSEL, Alpha Xi Delta. Lib. Arts-Arlington, N. J. ROBERTS, MIRIAM WATERMAN. Lib. Arts-Providence, R. I. ROBINSON, HARRIET MARY. Lib. Arts-Essex Junction, Vt. RODYER, EARL QUENTEN. Mech. Eng.-West Danville, Vt. ROGERS, ALICE MAE, Pi Beta Phi. Sec. Educ.-Phillipsburg, N. J. ROME, BETTY TERESA, Delta Delta Delta. Lib. Arts-Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. ROWELL, MARILYN, LOUISE. Lib. Arts-Stocksboro, Vt. ROY, ROBERT LETSON, Sigma' Nu. Mech. Eng.-Lowell, Mass. ROY, JOAN LOUISE, Pi Beta Phi. Lib. Arts-East Chicago, Ill. RUBINWITCH, BERNICE RUTH. Lib. Arts-Holyoke, Mass. RULFO, ALFRED JAMES. Lib. Arts-Barre, Vt. RUSSELL, MARYLEE ELIZA. Lib. Arts-North Ferrisburg, Vt, 62 SAWYER, ALLEN WILLIAM, Sigma Nu. Lib. Arts-Barre, Vt. SCHOELLES, MAUD ELSA. Bus.-Sea Cliff, N. Y. , SCHOEI.1.IS, OLGA AMELIA. Bus.-Sea Cliff, N. Y. SCHOPPE, RUTH ELIZABETH, Delta Delta Delta. u Lib. Arts-Washington, D. C. SCRIBNER, FRANKLIN CHARLES. Mech. Eng.-Plainfield, Vt. SERINO, VICTOR JOSEPH, Kappa Sigma. Lib. Arts-Bridgeport, Conn. SEVERIKNCE, MALCOLM FLOYD. Agri.-Colchester, Vt. SHEPPARD, HARRY LEON JR., Kappa Sigma. Mech. Eng.-Northfield, Vt. SHERMON, PHYLISS DOROTHY. Lib. Arts-Brookline, Mass. SHUTLER. LOUISE WALLACE, Pi Beta Phi. Lib. Arts-Northfield, Vt. SIEGRIST, HOWARD BLISS, Phi Delta Theta. Lib. Arts-Glen Rock, N. J. SPAHN, ETHEL ELEANOR, Delta Phi Epsilon. Sec.-Rutland, N. Y. SPEAR, SYLVIA EVA, Sigma Gamma. El. Educ.-Burlington, Vt. SPIEGEL. MATHIAS LLOYD, Phi Sigma Delta. Lib. Arts-New York, N. Y. SPRACUE, DAVID HAYES. Lib. Arts-Port Washington, N. Y. STONLEY, ROBERT ARTHUR. Civil Eng.-Burlington, Vt. STEFONELLI, MICHAEL FRANCIS, Kappa Sigma. Lib. Arts-Bloomfield, N. J. STEVENS, IRENE MATILDA. El. Educ.-Vergennes, Vt. STIMSON, GERALD EDWIN, Phi Delta Theta. Mech. Eng.-Montpelier, Vt. STORES, GERALDINE KOLIN. Lib. Arts-Waitsfield, Vt. STIELNE, MILTON ELIHU, Tau Epsilon 1. Lib. Arts-Brockton, Mass. STIRLES, WILLIAM BREWSTER, Sigma 1. Lib. Arts-Burlington, Vt. SUGRUE. FRANCES JOSEPH. Bus.-Waterbury, Conn. SULLIVAN, JOHN DAVID, Alpha Tau Omega. Civil Eng.-Burlington, Vt. SWASEY, JACQUELIN FRANCES, Alpha Chi Omega. Sec. Educ.-Cornish., Maine. SYLBERT, PHILIP, Phi Sigma Delta. Lib. Arts-Brooklyn, N. Y. TENNIEN, BARBARA FRANCES, Alpha X Delta. Home Eco.-Pittsford, Vt. TERSY, HELEN ELIZABETH, Delta Delta Delta. Lib. Arts-Southhampton, Long Island. THOMPSON, GAIL. Sec.-Worcester, Mass. TERRELL, MARIE HELENA, Pi Beta Ph' I. Sec. Educ.-Phillipsburg, N. J. TORRI, RAYMOND PETER, Phi Delta Theta. Elec. Eng.-Proctor, Vt. TOYE, CLAYTON WILLINGTON JR. Mech. Eng.-Morristown, N. J. TURCOTTE, JEAN PAULINE. Sec.-Newport Center, Vt. VONDLE, LORENE BESSIE. El. Educ.-Stowe, Vt. WALLIN, MARJORIE AUGUSTA. Lib. Arts-Hensdale, Mass. WARD, CLEMENT CHARLES. Lib. Arts-St. Albans. WARD, ROBERT KIRK. Chemistry-St. Albans. WIAIRNER, CHARLES DOE JR., Sigma 1. Lib. Arts-Fitchburg, Mass. WATERMAN, JOSEPH WALTER, Tau Epsilon Phi. Bus.-Newton Center, Vt. WATTS, MARGARET HANNA, Alpha Chi Omega. Lib. Arts-Jamaica, Vt. WAY, WINSTON ARTHUR. Civil Eng.-North Hero, Vt. WEISSBORD, PEARL LEE, Delta Phi Epsilon. Lib. Arts-Newark, N. J. WEST, WILLIAM LEVEN. Lib. .firts+Shelt0n, Conn. WHITE, PAULINE EDITH, Delta Delta Delta. El. Educ.-Bennington, Vt. WHITE, RUTH MARGARET. Home Eco.-Wallingford, Vt. WILCOX, MORRIS. JOHN. Lib. Arts-Shelburne, Vt. WILLIAMS, MARIETTA. Lib. Arts-Charlotte, Vt. WITHAM FRANCES MAYBELLE. Home Eco.-Burlington, Vt. WOOD GERALD ELBRIDGE. Elec. Eng.-Rutland, Vt. WIORTHEN WILLIAM WYMAN, Delta sl. Bus.-Springfield, Mass. WRIGHT EDWARD GILLETTE. Agri.-White River Junction, Vt. WRISTON, JOHN CLARENCE JR. Sigma Nu. Chemistry-Highgate Spring, Vt. ZOETZ, LARRY GORDON, Phi Sigma Delta. Lib. Arts-Burlington, Vt. ZCBMEOH, PAUL GEORGE, Phi Sigma B la. Lib. Arts-Brooklyn, N. Y. ZWICH, CATHERINE SONDERS. Lib. Arts-New Britain, Conn. 5 .41 - 1, fv' Q SCHOLARSHIP . . . LEADERSHIP . . . CHARACTER . . , Outstanding men and women of the University who have shown these qualities make up the Honorary Societies HONORS DAY . . . Caps and gowns for Seniorsg Boulderg Mortar Board . . . Recognition and reward for exceptional ability and plain hard work . . . lVIOIlTAR BIDABD Mortar Board is a national womenis honorary so- ciety which is composed of women who are outstanrl4 ing in their service to the school, scholarship and leadership. It assists the dean of women in running campus activities and sponsors two formal dances yearly. SENIOR WOMEN'S HONORARY Established at Vermont, 1924 HONORARY MEMBERS Eleanor Cummings Catherine Nulty Mary .lean Simpson MEMBERS Marjorie Abell Helena Anderson Janet Hackwell June Hoffman Alice Needham Janet Dike Rood Natalie Spear Marjorie Witham SOCIETY Second Row-Hoffman, Rood, Needham, Hackwell. First Row-Abell, Spear, Dean, Simpson, Witham, Anderson. 66 Second Row-Little, Mott, Thurber. First Row-Swift, F., Dean Swift. Corbett. Kaufman. BIIULDEB SIDCIETY V"" Vw' Recognized as an organization responsible for stu- dent leadership, the Senior Men's Society is the con- necting link between the students and the Admin- istration. Boulder Society is the oldest Honorary Society "on the hill." It is the ambition of every University man to win a place on the S0ciety's membership roll. SENIOR MEN'S HONORARY Founded 1905 HONORARY MEMBER Dean Elijah Swift MEMBERS Joseph Corbett Milton Kaufman George Little Jr. E. Bertrand Mott Jr. Frank Swift Jr. Harris Thurber SOCIETY Second Row-Perry, Fletcher, Perkins, Gaylord, Brown, Carr. First Row-Hall, Metcalf, Easton, Runnals, Crowley, Whalen. STAFF AND SCANDAL JUNIOR WOMEN'S HONORARY SOCIETY h f-1--5 Founded 1938 MEMBERS Carolyn Brown Alison Carr Patrica Crowley Penelope Easton Julia Fletcher Alma Gaylord Barbara Hall Mary Lib Metcalf Priscilla Perkins Mary Perry Sylvia Runnals Justine Whalen .!?""" Dean Simpson and Mortar Board founded Staff and Scandal, the junior women's honorary society, in 1935. The chief motive behind the formation of this society was the management 'of the school's annual Lilac Day Pageant which is held during the spring in memory of the first dean of women of the University. The society is also delegated .to aid Mortar Board in its many duties. The members are chosen for their executive ability, high scholarship and character. Second Row-Reed, While, Otis. First Row-Keighley, Barry, Killick, Pierce. JE: f' ,ri -R!! j - The members of this society exemplify the highest type of college man. To be elected to this society a man must have a pleasing personality, good scholastic standing, leadership ability and also be popular among his classmates. The chief duties of this society are to assist Boulder in various activities such as: Kake Walk, Junior Week, pep rallies, and numerous other campus functions. KEY AND SEBPENT JUNIOR MEN'S HONORARY SOCIETY Founded 1908 HONORARY MEMBER Lyman Smith Rowell MEMBERS Bartholomew Barry Thomas Keighley Lawrence Killick Sam Otis Franklin Pierce John Reed Robert White 69 SOPll0lVI0llE AIDES Second Row-Rubin, Hughes, Anthony, Pratt, Needham. First Row-Jordan, Smith, Cheney, Pearl, Pike Burnham Sophomore Aides was organized in 1938 to assist Mortar Board and Staff and Sandal in supervising underclass activities. The members are hostesses at coffee hours held at Southwick, sell war stamps and help orient freshmen. Scholastic standing, leader- ship and character are the qualities necessary for membership. SOPHOMORE WOMEN'S HUNORARY SOCIETY Founded 1923 HONORARY MEMBER Miss Hazel Westhy MEMBERS Margery Anthony Barbara Burnham Beryl Cheney Katherine Hennessey Christine Hughes Ruth Jordan Shirley Needham Harriet Pearl Constance Pratt Marjorie Rubin .lean Smith GOLD KEY SIICIETY Outstanding me11 in every line form this Honorary Society, which was founded in 1923. Gold Key Soci- ety conducts the annual Basketball Hop, assists the visiting teams, and their recent innovation of spon- soring the Freshman Picnic. These are a few of the activities of the Society. During the past two years, under Professor Ladd, the Society has sponsored Smokers for the Freshmen men. SOPHOMORE MEN'S HONORAR Y F nunded 1938 HONORARY MEMBER Professor Benjamin F. Ladd MEMBERS Norman Beaulieu Gordon Cochran Neuton Goldman Ralph La Pointe Bernard Lippman William Mahar Stephen Moore Houghton Pearl Michael Spylios Fredrick 'Webster SOCIETY Second Row-LaPointe, Webster, Beaulieu, Lippman. First Row-Cochran, Prof. Ladd, Spylios, Goldman. x 71 STUDENT UNION Student Union, the governing women's organization on campus, consists of the council, the judi- ciary committee, and the joint conference committee. The council, which is made up of the officers of the association, is assisted in making and enforcing the rules and regulations by the judiciary com- mittee consisting of the chief justice, one senior, and two juniors, and the joint conference committee which acts as a faculty advisory group. The organization holds four mass meetings a year at which attendance is required of every women student, and also sponsors the Big Sister movement which supplies every freshman girl with a "sister" to help her through the first weeks of college and get her acquainted with the rules and customs. Second Row-Hall, Welsh, Fletcher, Gaylord, Runnals, Davison, J. Pike. First Row-Crowley, Cheney, William, Hoffman Hackwell, Abell, P. Pike, Needham. UFFICERS President .......... . . . JANET HACKWELL Co-Scholarship Chairman ........ JEAN DAVISON, Chief Justice ........ .... M ARJORIE ABELL ALMA GAYLORD First Vive-Pfesidevlf ----- JUNE HOFFMAN Social chairman .................. PATRICA PIKE Second V ice'President . . . .... SYLVIA RUNNALS Judiciary Members .......... PATRICA CROWLEY, Secretary ........... . .. SHIRLEY NEEDHAM B H LL MAR ORIE WITHAM Treasurer ............... ...... B ERYL CHENEY BAR ARA A i J House Chairman U DORIS WELSH Town Representative ............ RUTH JORDAN Assistant House Chairman .... JULIA FLETCHER Health Council Representative BARBARA DUNBAR Eimer Secretar Corbett, President Fletcher, Treasurer a .Y U.V.lVl. STUDENT GOVEllNlWIENT Student Government, organized in February 1942, has been in effect now for over a year, and its influence is being widely felt on campus. The constitution which was created to produce a more enduring and better self-government here at U. V. M. has been put to working practice, and every student has had a chance to express himself on pertinent issues by voting at the time of elections and discussing matters at the frequent convocations. All students who become members by paying the Student Activity Fee have active participation in their government by electing their own officers and the members of the Student Court which handles all infractions of University rules. Working directly with the officers are committees dealing with the various branches of student activities - religion, athletics, freshman orientation, and finances. PIII BETA KAPPA President .... . .... PROF. BENNETT C. DDUGLASS Treasurer ............... iffice-Presirlent .. .... DEAN MARY JEAN SIMPSON Corresponding Secretary . Register ....... ...... . . . PROF. G. V. KIDDER EXECUTIVE ll0:lIlIl Prof. L. M. Prindle Dr. H. F. Perkins W. E. Aiken Irene E. Allen Lyman Allen G. H. Bailey, Jr. Martha L. Baker F. Bardossi B. B. Barney Mary R. Bates Cornelia J. Baylies Margaret Beattie A. H. Berker H. G. Bennett Barbara Bishop A. M. K. Blume Jennie L. Bradlee Jean E. Brelnner Charlotte P. Brooks R. O. Buchanan J. A. Bullard G. P. Burns G. H. Burrows P. W. Butterfield E. H. Buttles R. K. Caldwell 74 H. Nelson Browne Irwin L. Harris Llewllyn M. Jones Murray R. Lincoln Helen M. McLean Russell Marshall ' William A. Pierce Mrs. Faith K. Prior Oliver F. Swift William L. Harris DIEDIIIEIIS 0F TIIE FACULTY ANI! TIIE ADRIINISTRATIVE H. G. Carlson D. F. D. Carpenter T. F. Crimmin L. W. Dean J. B. DeForest Jeanne E. Dodd E. J. Dole B. C. Douglass G. B. Dunn G. Dykhuizen K. J. Estvy P. A. Fraleigh A. R. Gifford Gertrude F. Goldberg Ruth H. Gregory G. G. Groat R. A. Hall S. B. Heath B. M. Holmes W. E. James F. W. Kehoe G. V. Kidder Harriet Kiesliclx Constance L. Knight M. H. Laatsch Helen B. LeBaron H. P. Levine J. I. Lindsay C. Lucarini G. B. Lucarini Marjorie E. Luce Anna S. Lutman W. R. Lyman D. T. McClay A. Maltbie Miriam N. Marston W. H. Martin J. T. Metcalf G. L. Millikan Louise M. Morgan Elizabeth W. Morrill A. B. Myrick Catherine F. Nulty G. S. Palmer L. D. Paquette C. W. Partridge H. F. Perkins W. C. H. Prentice s DR. J. A. BULLARD STAFF Kathleen . MISS IRENE E. ALLEN L. M. Prindle H. K. Riggs Helen Sault L. F. Shorey Mary Jean Simpson H. C. Smith G. H. Stickney Winona E. Stone LeBaron Strassburg W. W. Suojanen E. Swift Vance Tartar Bertha M. Terrill E. Thomas B. S. Towne F. Tnpper Mary E. Waddell B. B. Wainwright M. Arline Watkins D. W. Whitman A. B. Willmarth Ethylelll. Wolfe Florence M. Woodard CIIADIPLAIN SABEBS Second Row-Parker, West, Grosvenor, Mott, Williams. First Row-Twitchell, Swift, R., Vreeland, Niemi, Swift, F., Harrington. OFFICERS Captain .... ........ ........................... ........ J . W . MIEMI First Lieutenant ............. ....... F . R. SWIFT HUNORARY MILITARY SOCIETY Second Lieutenant-Secretary . . . . . . L. HARRINGTON Founded 1937 Second Lieutenant--Treasurer .. ..... H. PARKER MEMBERS In 1937 Champlain Salaers, the honorary military J. W. Williams H. G. Twitchell R. C. West R. P. Grosvenor H. C. Vreelaud R. L. Swift E. B. Mott society was founded. Its members are those seniors taking the Advanced Military course who have shown excellence and aptitude in military leadership. Each year Champlain Sabers elects a Coed Major and spon- sors a Military Ball at which she is honored. '75 V PAN- HELLEN IC Second row-Doane, Perry Fein. YVellwood. Gustafson, Roberts. First row-Hnckwell, Blume, Casey, Welcll, Wishart, Benoit, Smith. Secretary .... .... D ORIS WELSH Treasurer .... .......... I TA CASEY President ....... ....... M ARJORIE SMITH Vice-President .... ..... It IARGUERITE BENUIT A X Q A A A K A 9 Margaret Wisliart Barbara Hall June Hoffman Ita Casey Doris Welsh Betsy Roberts A E A A 0 E l'l B 07 Marguerite Benoit Sylvia Wellw'ood Jean Blume Phyllis Fein Janet Hackwell Esther Gustafson Eleanor Berig 2 I' Marjorie Smith Kathryn Doane 76 IN THE SERVICE 'A' uk if it This page is a tribute by the sorority women of the university, to those women who have inter rupted their formal education in order to serve their country in a time of need. ALPHA IOTA of ALPHA CHI OMEGA UPSILON of ALPHA XI DELTA ETA of DELTA DELTA DELTA LAMBDA of KAPPA ALPHA THETA VERMONT BETA of PI BETA PHI SIGMA GAMMA DELTA PHI EPSILON HIQHBS, Fourth row-B. Hall, Aronson, Swasey, C. Hughes, Runnals, Ciddings, R. Hughes, White, Loughery, Darling, B. Clark Green, S. Needham, Thompson, Cehbie. Third row-Crocker, Whitney, Heininger, M. Perry, Williams, A. Needham, Herr mum, Smith, Southworth, Davison, Rowe, E. Watts, Ashe, Gorham, Berry. Second row-Price, McLean, Wishart, Bailey La Fray, Lang, Pierce, S. Hall, Bevens, Cassidy, Prior, Lanou, Fuller. First row-M. Perry, McCaughney, Merrihew Nutting, Bianchi, M. Watts, Cady, Read, Brownell, Hathorne. Cynthia Bailey Florence Bevins Margaret Cassidy Mary Germain Janice Berry Dorothy Bullard Barbara Clark Virginia Crocker .lean Davison Mary Ashe Marie Bontin Christine Hughes Carolyn Aronson Constance Brown Alison Cady Bernice Darling ell ALPHA Clll 0MEGA Shirley Hall Nellie Herrmann Morna Lang Claire LeFray Ruth Gorham Barbara Hall Romona Hathorne Erika Heiniger Rosamond Hughes Dorothy Loughery Shirley Needham Elaine Fuller Racheal Ciddings Mary Greene Peggy Haynes 1943 1944 l 945 1946 Helen McClean Virginia Mitchell Alice Needham Harriett Nelson Marie Lanou Mary Perry Shirley Price Sylvia Runnals Betty Smith Marjorie Nutting Alice Rowe Kathryn MacCaugney June Merrihew Martha Perry Alberta Reed Phyllis Pierce Faith Prior Marjorie Southworth Margaret Wishart Alitla White Eunice Watts Harriett Whitney Mary Williams Janet Stimpson Harriett Gebhie Irene Reed Jacqueline Schwasey Gail Thompson Margaret Watts ALPHA l0TA CIIAPTEIK Established at Vermont 1921 Founded at DePauw University 1885 Sororas in Iflllillllllli! Miss GENNETTE D,w1s Miss MARGfKRET Douumw' ALPHA Xl DELTA Third row--Parker, Roberts, Wellwood, Sanderson, Nelson, Maxfield, Lane, Hunt, Hartung, Flournoy. First row-Cargill, Ciolie, Frabotta, 1943 Margo Benoit Barbara Dunbar 1944 Mildred Anderson Dorothy Cargill , 1945 Ann Crocker Virginia Hunt Lois Cotton Patricia Maxfield Palmina Frabotts Marjorie Parker I 1946 Virginia Bingham Sarah-,Io Flournoy, Celia Chiofii Janet Hartung 80 Shea. Second row-Crocker, Tennien, Dunbar, Zwick Norris, Benoit, Robinson, Spear, Anderson, Cotton Barbara Robinson Marion Nelson Ruby Sanderson Rita Shea Sylvia Wellwvood Betty Lane Polly Roberts Natalie Spear Jean Norris Mary Strauch Barbara Tennien Catherine Zwick Foundcd at Lombard College 1893 Established at Vermont 1915 Snror in Facultate ALIDA B. FAIRBANKS UPSILON CHAPTER 1 8 1 Mary Butler Joan Eldredge Dorothy Carter Ita Casey Dorothy Collins Margaret Delano Betty Anderson Margaret Batchelder .lean Bull Milclreth George Dot Halbrooks DELTA DELTA DELTA 1943 Margaret Flint Mary L. Hart l9i4 Kaye Feerick Diantha Geer Myra Gray Betty Hawkinson 1945 .loyce Byington Florence Cudworth Alice Edwards 1946 Patricia Knox Betty Rome Jnne Hoffman June Naylor Dorothy Johnson Agnes Mullholland Eleanor Nolan Peggy Palmer Sylvia Hendersllot Barbara Kirby Marion Melby Ruth Schoppe Helen Terry Ruth Newell Betty Pratt Phyllis Taylor Jean Vogler Barbara Webb Shirley Wedge Betty Ritchie Polly White Fourth row-Palmer, Webb, Casey, Collins, Bull, Wedge, Hendershot, Nolin, Taylor. Third row-Feerick, Byington, Gray, Mulholland, Hawkinson, Melby, Geer, Volger, Edwards, Johnson. Second row-Carter, Pratt, Butler, Hoffman, Delano, Flint, Newell, Stata, Hart. First row-Schoppe, Cudworth, Ritchie, George, Rome, White, Halbrooks, Terry, Knox. 7 - "fi - e, - 4- ' , ETA CHAPTER Founded at Brown University 1888 Established nl Vermont, 1893 Sorores in Fucultate NIARION BROVVN ELIZABETH Molmlu. MARJORIE LUCE V1-:RNA PARKER Third row-Preston, Colegrove, Boardman, A. Flemming, N. Flemming, Warden, Noble, Jepson, Bergmanl Second row- Gillender, Hibhnrd, Bristol, Fitch., Dole, Dahlgren, Johnson., Jordan, Smith, Dunsmore. First row-McAuliffe, Carr, Robertsg Deming, Hallowell, Welch, Fowell, Buckinghamg Thayer. Seated-Lindsay, Anthony, Brown, Richards. KAPPA ALPHA TIIETA 1943 Elizabeth Deming Corinne Hollowell Doris Welsh I944 Carolyn Brown Alison Carr Helene Levesque Shirley Buckingham Patricia Fowell Jane McAuliffe 1945 Marjorie Anthony Pauline Fitch Ruth Jordan Gertrude Austin Alice Flemming Phyllis Lowe Adelaide Craven Shirley Hibbard Marcia Miller Elizabeth Dahlgren Ruth Jepson Harriet Pearl 1946 Patricia Bergman Mary Boardman Harriet Bristol Edith Colegrove Elizabeth Dole Mary Jean Dunsmore Nancy Flemming Betsy Gillinder Patricia Johnson Betsy Roberts Rosemary Thayer Jeanne Phillips Janice Preston Jean Smith Ann Noble Ruth Richards Helen lvarden Founded at DePauw University, 1870 Established nt Vermont, 1881 IRENE ALLEN MARGARET RICE Sorores in Facultate MARY R. BATES MARY JEAN SIMPSON DR. FLORENCE KING FLORENCE M. WOODARD 4 l.AMllDA CHAPTER Fourth row-Metcalf, Pratt, E. Powers, Fletcher, Prouty, Bray, Gaylord, McElfish, Dockstader, Hotchkiss, Rose, Naess, Mc- Namara. Third row-C. Kenney, Newcombe, B. Powers, Fiske, Price, Eimer, Little, Quinn, C. Perkins, Shutter, Burnham, L. Johnson, Mansfield. Second row-Provost, Abel, Pike, Stoughton, Savage, Burns, Hackwell, Page, Jenks, Davis, P. Perkins, Sprague, McCormick. First row-Gustafson, Lane, Crowley, Griswold, Edgerton, B. Johnson, Jenkins, Cheney, Guild, Prince, Whalen. Marjorie Abell Barbara Burns Mary Beth Davis Constance Bray Patricia Crowley Marilyn Eimer Julia Fletcher Barbara Burnham Beryl Cheney Betty Farnsworth Nancy Dockstader Phyllis Edgerton Kay Griswold Betty Johnson Carolyn Kenney PI BETA Plll Janet Hackwell Elizabeth Jenks Patricia Page Alma Gaylord Esther Gustafson Louise Johnson Barbara Lane Barbara Fiske Loraine Guild Jean Hotchkiss Mary Jane Little Betty Mansfield 1943 1944 1945 1946 J acqueline McCormick Nancy McNamara Elizabeth Naess Patricia Pike Phyllis Savage Jean Sprague Margaret McElfish Mary E. Metcalf Priscilla Perkins Carol Provost Eleanor Jenkins Barbara Kennon Shirley Parker Elizabeth Newcomb Constance Perkins Barbara Powers Elizabeth Powers Margaret Price x Marion Stoughton Ann Wills Mary Quinn Justine Whalen Constance Pratt Rayelen Prouty Virginia Rose Beverly Woods Vera Prince Alice Rogers Joan Roy Louise Shutler Marie Tirrell VEllNl0NT BETA Fnundcrl at Monmouth, 1898 Established at Vermont, 1898 Sororvs in Facultate Mus. JENNIE R. BRADLEE DR. KATHERINE McSwEl-:NEY Sororcs in Fucultatc CONSTANCE BROVVN FREDERIKA B. Nonrl-mor MARY P. LANE MAE TINKHAM ROWELL SIGMA GAMMA LOCAL Founded at Vermont, 1920 A 1943 Kathleen Benson Hazel Butterfield Beverly Carr Virginia Close Hilda Ehare Dorothy Franklin .lean Murphy 1944 Kathryn Doane Margaret Fake Jeanne Knickerbocker 1945 Anna Capen , Francelia Connor Wlll0lla Little 1946 Eleanor Brownell Eleanor Emerson Barbara Law Hazel Osgood Thelma Schoeneman Florence Smith Marjory Smith Dorothy Thornton Kay Walker Ione Lacy Lucille White Kay Marcott Beth Noble Betty Walker Alice Miller Sylvia Spear Third row-Emerson, Noble, E. Walker, Lacy, Benson, Little, White, Ebare. Second row-Franklin, Miller, Doane Knickerbocker, Marcott, Brownell, Capen, Fake, Conner, Spear. First row-Osgood, Butterfield, K. Walker Close Thorton, F. Smith, M. Smith, Carr, Murphey. 88 Third row-Rubin, Pinsley, Shapiro, Weisba1'd, Eisenberg, Fein, Epstein. Second row-Cutler, Spahn Commfmdfly Oling, Cohen, Berkson, Konowitz, Isaacs, Koble. First row-Berig, Blume, Jasper, Levin, Goldberg, Goldstein Fein berg, Eisman, Yette. DELTA PIII EPSILON DELTA ALPIIA CHAPTER Founded at New York University, 1917 Established at Vermont, 1939 Eleanor Berig Jean Blume Helaine Goldberg Estelle Berkson Marilyn Epstein Phyllis Fein Selma Feinberg 1946 Alice Cohen Marjorie Pinsly Lael Cutler Harriet Cohen Ethel Spahn Pllyllls Elsellbefg Janice Commanday Ethel Spahn Rose Eisman Marcia Greenspan Pearl Weissbarrl Elinor Konowitz 1943 1944 1945 Lucille Goldstein Temaly Yett Judith Isaacs Geraldine Jasper Florence Levin Harriet Shapiro Freda Koble Elaine Oling Marjorie Ruhin ATQ Ralph Kilburn Chet McCabe AIP George Little Gardener Hess AI Larry Birmingham Harris Thurber KZ Larry Killick Robert Hennessy IDAB Wilfred Benoit Robert Pulleyn IDEA Saul Boyarsky .lncob Katz ZAE Willialll Goeller Howard Vreeland Z N Neil Aiken Harry Parker Z0 Paul Sutton Monroe Allen TEP Clif Joseph Robert Shapiro 90 ,H an MMS Second row-McCabe, Coeller, Parker, Roeder, Hess, Joseph, Aiken, Little, Katz. First row-Boyarsky, Cougblin, Allen, Sutton, Hennessy, Harvey, Benoit, Pulleyn, Thurber. INT!-:RFRA'rERN1TY CoUNc1L Faculty Advisor .... ............ ............... P R OF. D. B. CARROLL President ......... ........ R ALPH KILBURN Secretary-Treasurer. . . ..... ROBERT HENNESSY IN TIIE SERVICE 'A' ir is 'k This page is a tribute by the fraternity men of the university to their brothers, pledges, and the non-fraternity men of the university who are now Serving their country inna time of need. VERMONT BETA ZETA of ALPHA TAU OMEGA DELTA PSI ALPHA LAMBDA of KAPPA SIGMA LAMBDA IOTA SOCIETY VERMONT ALPHA of PHI DELTA THETA PHI of PHI SIGMA DELTA VERMONT BETA of SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON BETA SIGMA of SIGMA NU ALPHA of SIGMA PHI KAPPA of TAU EPSILON PHI ALPHA TAU 0lVIEGA 1943 1944 C. F. Bicoules R. W. Early R. W. Bennett R. C. Stanley, Jr. W. T. Chapin T. A. McCormick C. C. McCabe S. R. Ziegra P. J. Clnesarone M. L. Riggs W. I. Dorion l945 1946 D. Divine J. F- Powers J. W. Ellis R. A. Stanley J. Fraser F. Sugrue A. Wf. Martin M. A. Spylios P. Katlzis I. D. Sullivan Third rowfR. Earley, R. Stanley, Martin, Divine. Second Row-Powers, Elliopnlos, Kadzis, Bennett, Spylios, G. Stanley Sngrue. First T010-'DOFl0H, Chesarone, Biconles, McCormick, Kilburn, Darling, Ziegrn, McCabe. VEIIDIIINT BETA ZETA . X! Frulras in Facilitate ARTHUR D. BUTTERFIELD ELBRIIIGE C. Jfxcoss Hovm' A. JORDEN Fnnnsmcrc F. Turvsn CHARLES E. W!-IITNEX' Y. Wx T' Founded at Virginia Military, 1865 Established at Vermont, 1887 XR 1 I x I DELTA PSI Fourth row-Pearl, Mershon, Conrad, Eddy, Bryden, Haven, Lane, E. Stockwell, Kubin, Norem, Otis. Third row-Buttles, Workman, Goodell, Corliss, Baxendale, Danyou, Preston, Patterson, Hamilton, Ingram, Drury. Second row-Boardman, H ess, Leach, St, Mvary, Wicker, R. Stockwell, 0. Swift, F. Swift, Twitchell, Davis, Little. First row-Milligan,CliHord,Worthen, Orr, Crown, Wood, Lyon, Lepper, Larson. Dudley H. Davis Leonard Harrington Robert M. Leach John Wi. Baxendale Frederick M. Boardman John L. Buttles John 0. Corliss Howard S. Bryden, Richard R. Conrad Roy H. Danyow, Jr. Arthur E. Clifford Edmund T. Crown George H. Henderson George E. Little, Jr Robert S. Stockwell Frank R. Swift, Jr. Harvey E. Goodell C. Gardner Hess, Jr. Yvilliam T. Lane George H. Larson Harris K. Drury, Jr. Malcolm L. Eddy Jean B. Hamilton Maurice L. Kelley John G. Kubin Richard W. Lepper 1943 Oliver F. Swift Harry G. Twitcliell Vifilliam W. Wicker l 944 Robert S. Otis W. Arthur Paterson Charles F. Preston, Jr. Ernest F. St. Mary, Jr. 1945 Thomas R. Ingram Stuart F. Haven W. Randal Mershon 1946 Howard H. Lyon, Jr. Dean L. Milligan Earl H. Noreni Daan M. Zwick Robert W. Soule Ernest R. Stockwell Houghton D. Pearl Donald C. Ryan Christopher L. WOIRIIIZIII Charles W. Orr Earl W. Reed, Jr. Gerald E. Wood Yvilliam WT. Wforthen Fralres in Facultntc JAMES W. BIARVIN JESSE A. RUST, JR. HARRY F. PERKINS A. BRADLEY Souuz DELTA PSI Founded LOCAL at Vermont, 1350 14 .bfi . wxv' vu KAPPA SIGRIA Fourth row-McGill, Breen, Camire, Burritt, Sheppard, Estes, Laird, Kinne, Morgan, Nash, Mellin, Neal, Barry, Killick Third row-Mausolif, Douton, Stevenson, 0'Connor, Welch, Miller, Davis, Filzsimonds, Keighley, Johnston, Clairmont, Wil liams, Lewkowicz, Bushway. Second row-Conti, Grover, Manjoney, Black. Alberghini, Thomas, Hennessy, Corbett, Harvey Cronk, Swift, McCarry. First row-Benson, Diez, Knight, McGaughan, Abbott, Anderson, Serino, Arms, Stefanelli, Bayley Bujold. 1943 1945 R. E. Alberghini R. C. Hamilton, Jr. A. Camire J. R. O'Connor R. R. Bielli W7. H. Harvey M. Diez R. L. Stevenson D. XV. Black R. E. Hennessey D. F. Douton V. P. W'elch J. E. Corbett YV. H. Milne M. L. Cushing R. L. Swift R. M. Grover .l H. Tennien 1946 R. Abbott A. Johnston C. Anderson T. Knight R. Arms F. Laird B. D. Barry J. F. MCGMY L. Bayley P. R. McGaughan T. P. Clairmom J. B. Mcciu R' Bm" J' Mem" R C . V A DI , J. Bujald T. Mausolff ' J' Gnu ' ' duloney D. Burritt M. T. Morgan J' S' Crunk F' Vi' Miller Q Divis E Nash L. F. Killick B. M. Perkins F. Estes L. Sheppard A. J. Lewkowicz R. W. Thomas J, Fitzsimonds V, S61-ing I. S. Wfillialns M. Steffanelli ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER Founded at University of Virginia, 1869 Established at Vermont, 1893 Fratres in Facultatc ERNEST H. BUTTLES BENNETT Doucms JOSEPH L. HILLS GEORGE V. KIDDER WALEoRn F. REES LADIDA IOTA SIICIETY Second rozv-Whaloll, Morrison, Templeton, Coughlin, Burrington, Rodger, Luce, Brothers. First row-Stokes, Thurber Doherty, Darling, Howe, Browne, Wllite. Q V 5 V 1943 H. Nelson Browne, Jr. Raymond F. Darling Robert C. Doherty Robert H. Galipeau Harry E. Howe Harris E. Thurber Reginald S. Wllite 1944 Edward J. Coughlin Robert G. Templeton 1945 Konrad H. Stokes James D. Wllaloxl 1946 Donald N. Brothers Neal I. Burrington Frederick Luce Robert E. Morrison Earl H. Rodgers LADIBDA IOTA V J -I LOCAL Founded at Vermont, 1836 Fratres in Facultate Cnmu-:s D. BRAUN KARL C. McMAHoN LAWRENCE W. Buns:-:ss LYMAN S. Rownu. HIRALI UPTON F ourth. row-Burke, Long, Ecklund, Miller, Graves, Regnemer, Faye, Zegris. Third row-Mahar, Flynn, Lyerly, Cod- ding, YVeese, Pulleyn, Switzer, Crossley. Second row-Cognetta, Carpenter, West, Nutter, Benoit, Tuholski, Murray, Williams, XValgren, Hookes. First row-Andrews, Brown, Barnard, Simpson, Bailey, Bianco, Fagan, Pierce. PIII DELTA TIIETA 1943 Wilfred J. Benoit Donald J. Nutter John VV. Willianls William J, Murray Wlilliam A. West David C. Tuholski 1944 Torrey C. Carpenter Harry E. Crossley John M. Hooks Samuel R. Pulleyn Armand B. Cognetta Richard H. Flynn Robert C. Lockwood Paul R. Walgren 1945 Gordon S. Cochran Lawrence Lyerly William Mahar Alan C. Weess Lewis B. Codding Frank 0. Eklund Karl VV. Switzer 1946 Edward Andrews Lincoln Bailey Bart Barnard Charles Bianco Stewart Brown Clarence Burke Herbert Durfee William Fagan McKee Graves Richard Long Ian Miller Robert Minor Douglas Pierce Bruce Regenemer Howard Reid Howard Seigrist Gerald Stimson Clayton Toye Frat:-vs in Facia Mata DAvIn BoswELL FREDERICK K. JACKSON JAIMIES A. BULLARD FORREST W. KEHOE GEORGE P. BURN!-:s ELMER W. PIKE HERBERT A. DUREEE GEORGE M. SABIN Plll DELTA THETA Founded at Miami University, Established at Vermont, 1879 1848 Saul Boyarsky Gerald Didinsky Stanley Fieber Russell Burnstein David Frank Newton Goldman David Bikoff Edward Boyarsky Sidney Grace PIII SIGMA DELTA Seymour J. Baum Lester Frank Stanley Feldman George Goldsmith Richard Kaufman Bernard Kaye Malcolm Mickler Donald Hackel Robert Hallet William Meyer 1943 l 944 1945 1946 Irwin L. Harris Jacob Katz David Kenet Guilbert Mannheim Leonard Paul Norman Seltzer Herman Thomas Edwin Meyers Robert Neiburg Paul Pascal Joseph Margolis John Mechanic Paul Schoenberg Robert Tarshis Howard Zouder Lloyd Spiegel Philip Sylbert Larry Zaetz Paul Zamzok 2 Fourth row-Nieburg, Bernstein, Zamzok, Mickler, Spiegel, L.Frank, Seltzer, Paul, Kaye, Zaetz. Third row-Goldman S Boyarsky, Pascal, D. Frank, Sylbert, Thomas, Didinsky, Zander, Kaufman. Second row-Schoenberg, Feldman, Fieber, Mach anic, Baum, Katz, Harris, Tarshis, Kenet, Manheim, Margolis. First row-Hackel, Meyers, Grace, Myers, Bikoff, Hallet. Plll CIIAPTEII Established at Vermont, 1923 Founded at Columbia, 1909 1 SIGNIA ALPHA EPSILIIN R. P. Grosvenor W. H. Maurer W. Neal J. S. Noble E. O'Connell R. C. Gilmore W. J. Coeller 1943 1944 H. Pulling W. Roeder P. Sundberg H. C. Vreeland F. K. Pierce Second row-Lisai, O'Connell, Snnclberg, Crowley, Pulling, Roeder, Massuco, Combs, Humphrey. First row-Williams Nelson Nral Coeller, Vreeland, Pierce, Maurer, Gilmore, Farrington. M. Combs Humphrey Crowley Farrington . Holt 1945 I946 A. Nelson Wlilliams Lisai Massucco VEIIDIIDNT BETA Founded nl University of Alabama, 1856 Established at Vermont, 1922 Fratres in Facilitate MILTON H. ALDRICH ALBERT G. NIACKAY ARTHUR B. LIYRICK Pnocron H. PAGE SIGDIA NU Third row-H. Jones, Mele, Dale, Wheeler, Roy, Debus, Mnizon, Thomas, Sawyer. Second row-McLean, R. O'Grady, Holden Aseltine, Aiken, Wright, Wristoxl, Clark, N. O'Grady, Story, Reed. First row-Parker, Wade, Corliss, Boyclen, Hoylt, Delano L. Jones, A. Jones, Fowler, Blomer, West. R. A. Bloomer O. R. Clark D. S. Corliss J. M. Aseltine E. S. Boyden C. J. Holden, Jr. 106 A. B. Delano, F. J. Fowler J. P. Hoyt, Jr. H. VV. Jones R. E. Marzari M. L. McLean N. C. Aiken G. R. Corbosiero R. C. Debus J. Mele J 1943 A L. H 1944 R J. L. 1945 H. Dale J. O'Grafly 1946 L. Roy, Jr. YV. Sawyer J ones . Jones C. Parker, Jr O'Grafly W. Reed Thomas R. P. Story C. E. Wfade . R. C. W'est S. ll. Xvrigllt D. B. Wheeler J. C. Wristoxl, Jr. Fratrns in Fucultute WELLINGTON E. AIKEN LT. EDWARD S. IRWIN ARCHIBALD T. PosT HAROLD J. WILLIAMS Founded at Virginia Established at Vermo Military Institute, 1869 nt, 1898 BETA SIGDIA CIIAPTEII ,mf , git. Q4 I if 252' , 'S a .-nw I-.fs r 'as J I . Y Q Q , 1, I I Q, : db M .al .Q fy Q Third rozv-Warner, Page, Brown, Carey, Kempter. Second row-Flanders, Pyle, Gallup, Styles, Evans, Rixford, Vail Ker Flrst row-Banglmrl, Robinson, Allen, Sutton, Hay, Pond, Calkins, Moore, Hamlin. SIGDIA PHI 1943 Richard Hay Robert Pond Paul Sutton 1946 Ted Banghart Robert Ker Richard Evans Stephen Moore Guy Hamlin Philip Robinson Samuel Vail 108 l944 Monroe Allen 1945 Walter Brown William Flanders Andrew Gallup Martin Carey Charles Kempter Keith Calkins Ronald Page ' Weldon Pyle Oscar Rixford Willianl Styles Charles Warner Fratrc in Facultatc ALPIIA 0F VEllDl0NT Du. LYMAN ALLEN Founded at Columbia University, 1906 Established at Vermont, 1919 mx ,R .. 'W 71 ' "i"""' M7751 'Vi 1 109 TAU EPSILON PIII I943 1945 Murray Fisher Herbert Robinson J ack Goldman Sam Ziskind Clifford Joseph 1944 Seymour Davidoff Eugen Fuchs Stan F elsenfeld Melvin Gipstein Allen Glazin Julius Goldberg Carl Goodman Stanley Kemler Leonard Kunken Robert Shapiro Harold Stroynlan Bernard Abrams Ernest Barash Alex Bayer Harold Bernstein Seymour Comen Louis Fishman Irving Goldstein Aaron Dondes Noel Galen Richard Levy William Lederman Bernard Lippman Seymour Magnus Malcolm 1Rosen Philip Waldman Melvin Wallshein Milton Stone .loe Waterlllan Third row-Galen, Lederman, Kemler, Bernstein, Rosen, Ziskind, Glazin, Levy, Fuchs. Second romv-Waterman, Comen, Stone, Goldstein, Davidoff, Waldman, Lippman, Abrams, Gipstein, Goodman, Dondes. First row-Bayer, Felsenfold, Gold- berg, Slroyman, Kunken, Savin, Goldman, Itzkowitz, Joseph, Fisher, Magnus. Founded at Union College, 1827 Established at Vermont, 1845 KAPPA CllAl"l'Ell C HE WATERMAN BUILDING with its loungeg the Old Mill with its Coffee Cornerg the Library Qsometimesjg the Science Hall The Agricultural Building, and the Engineering College . . . here are the professors and instructors. . . . These buildings are the centers of student life. 0ur President Speaks: "The record of the year 1942-43 at the Uni- versity of Vermont is one of change from the ways of peace to the ways of war. The Uni- versity has contributed large numbers of men both from the student body and from the faculty to the armed services. Our resources both physi- cal and intellectual have been made available to the Army for training large groups of specialists. These changes have brought inconvenience, ad- ditional work, and unusual distractions. How- ever, the entire University has exhibited a splendid spirit of cooperation and the change has been accomplished with a minimum dis- turbance of the University's high standards. Great credit is due to students and faculty alike for making the University of Vermont an effec- tive part of the war program." J0llN SCll0l4'F DIILLIS Presidenlg University of Vermontg November 1, 1941. Born: November '22, 1903. Eduvation: Following Degrees from the University of Chicago B.S., 19243 M.S., 19273 Ph.D.., 1931. Professional: Instructor in Physics, Lawrence College 1927g Professor of Physics, Lawrence College 19343 Dean of College, Lawrence College 19363 Dean of Administration, Lawrence College 1939-41. lllernberz Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Sigma, American Physical Society, Rotary Club, Episcopalian Church. Publicvationalsalnoratory Outline in Physics, Articles on Atomic and Molecular spectra. Elijah Swift is Dean of the College of Arts and Science. He was a professor of Mathematics wl1en he was appointed Dean in 1931. He is a graduate of the 1903 class of Harvard, where he obtained his A.B. degree and his M.A. a year later. He received his Pl1.D. from Gettingen in 1907. Dean Swift is a member of Phi Beta Kappa Society. DEAN ECKIIABD Geerge Freder- ick Eckhard, Dean of the College of Engineering, is also a professor of Structural Engineering. He studied at the University of Iowa and Iowa State Teach- er's College. He obtained his BS. degree in 1905 and C.E. in 1910. Dean Eckhard is a mem- ber of Sigma Xi and the American Society for Civil Engineers DEAN CABBIGAN J 0SePl1 Edward C ar r i g an i s Dean of the Agricultural College and Director of the Vermont Experiment Station. He is also Director of Vermont Extension service to which he was appointed in 1932. Dean Carrigan stud- ied at the University of Vermont where he ob- tained his B.S. degree in 1914 and M.A. in 1931. x Dr. Clarence H. Beecher has been Dean of the Medical College since September., 1941. He is a professor of Medicine in addition to being Dean. Dean Beecher is a graduate of the University and he obtained his Doctor of Medicine in 1900. He is a member of Nu Sigma Nu. Q , , NIAIIY JEAN SIMl'SON DEAN 0F WVCJDIEN Mary Jean Simpson was graduated from the University of Vermont in 1913. Upon her graduation, she received her Ph. B. degree. She is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta and of Phi Beta Kappa. Miss Simpson has been Dean of WOIIIBH at the University since the year nineteen hunded and thirty-seven. FIIEDA DIABIE HARRIS ASSISTANT DEAN or w0MEN Freda Marie Harris, the Assistant Dean of Women, was graduated from Mt. Holyoke in 1919 with an A. B. degree. In 1924, Miss Harris also received an A. M. degree 'from Radclilfe. 119 4 9 .yjff ..f ,W M fi ,A , r , Uv-if X xp, ' vi ,. ,R , 'eff --ff , H: '. -s - kX5i.l"1 4:-'SEE' -, . link: .'ub".ix, up-,'., "A'h:F,la,',?:? 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N X .V W X wx I X 31.5 Mx Xilfifgq .ll .-at XXQQE? ig , 'mf 2 X X X Q' ,-L W . 4, - X ky if ,f ,X XX 51' kkh V. EV A 3 B 1. Q., A . in ,A in is 1 i KWH! ,K Q . i Q lik W, 3 ,lf 1? - .E LV f ,, ,X , 4 3 3.2135 ' A . . FW XXXf - X K 'X f 1 fsf Q X. 2 X Xi, - - 4 'L 2, - 5 A 2 X g ' - W Q- kg - 4 X , ABT S AND SCIENCES Second Row-Prof. Braun, Prof. Metcalf, Prof. Gifford, Prof. Pope, Prof. Prindle. Prof. Carpenter. First Row Prof. Douglas. Prof. Evans, Prof. Myrick, Dean Swift, Prof. Carroll, Prof. Groat. l'll0FESS0llS EDIEIIITUS George Howard Burrows, LIHBK B.S., Vermont ,995 Ph.D., Masszlclxusvtts Institute of T:cl1- nology '14 Professor Emeritus of Chemistry PllllFliSSOIlS Wfellington Estev Aiken, EN, LIJBK Ph.B., Vermont '01g A.M., '03 Professor of English. Howard Cordon Bennett, LDBK AB., Harvard ,173 M.A., '24 Professor of Music George Plumer Burns, QIJBK, HILXL-D., EE, AZ B.S., Ohio Wesleyatl '97g M.A., '98g Pl1.D.. Munir-h '00 Professor of Botany Charles Ernest Braun, KIJAY, EX, AXP B.S., Polytechnic Institute Brooklyn '22, A.M., Columbia '23g Ph.D.. ,25 Professor of Organic Chemistries Head of Chemistry Department Fred Donald Carpenter., fIU1"A., OBK A.B., Trinity '10g M.A., '15g Ph.D.., Yale '18 Professor of German Language and Literature Daniel Bernard Carroll, 21112, HFM AB., Illinois ,15g Ph.D., Wisconsin ,30 Professor of Political Science 2 COLLEGE 0F Bennett Cooper Douglass, KE, QIJBK, KCIJK Ph.B., Vermont '08g M.A., Columbia '20, Ph.D., '24 Professor of Education Director of Summer Session Paul Demand Evans A.B., Cornell '13, A.M., '14-g Ph.D., '23 Professor of History Asa Russell Gilford, QNGJ, KIIBK A.B., Wesleyatl '04g M.A., Yale '07 Professor of Philosophy George Gorham Croat, AT, KIJBK, llI'M A.B., Syracuse '95, Ph.B., New York State Teachers' College '97g A.M., Cornell '02, Ph.D., Columbia '05 Professor of Economics Elbridge Churchill Jacobs, ATG B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology '96g M.A., Colum- bia '13 Professor of Geology and Mineralogy John Trumbull Metcalf, IIECIJ, EX, fIJBK A.B., Yale 'l0g M.A., '11, Ph.D., '13 Professor of Psychology Arthur Beckwith Myrick, E.-XE, fbBK A.B., Harvard '00, A.M., '01g Ph.D., '04 Professor of Romance Languages Henry Farnham Perkins, AY, KIJBK A.B., Vermont '98, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins '02 Professor of Zoology Director of Fleming Museum Lester Marsh Prindle, KDMA, IDBK, TKA A.B.,rVermont '15, A.M., Harvard '16g Ph.D., '21 Professor of Classical Languages and Literature Frederick Tapper, ATU, CIJBK A.B., Charleston '99, A.M., '92g Ph.D., Johns Hopkins '93g L.H.D., Vermont '06 Professor of English Language and Literature ASSIICIATE PROFESS0llS Leland Lawrence Briggs, AEII, BAWI' A.B., South Dakota '23g M.A., '24, M.B.A., Northwestern '27 Associate Professor of Economics John Bellows De Forest, KIWKB A.B., Yale '05, M.A., '12g Ph.D., '15 Associate Professor of Romance Languages Eleazer Johnson Dole, CDBK A.B., Vermont '12g M.A., '17, M.S., '21g Ph.D., '34 Associate Professor of Botany George Dykhuizen, CIJBK, KIHAK, Erllll A.B., Indiana '21, A.M., Chicago '24g Ph.D., '34 Associate Professor of Philosophy Percy Austin Fraleigh, 'I2BK, KE, IIJKKD A.B., Cornell '17g M.A., '18g Ph.D., '27 Associate Professor of Mathematics George Vincent Kidder, KE, KIJBK A.B., Vermont '22g A.B., Oxford '26, Ph.D., Chicago '37 Associate Professor of Classical Languages and Literature Julian Ira Lindsay, CDBK A.B., Clark '08g M.A., Harvard '10 Associate Professor of English Paul Amos Moody, FA, 25111 A.B., Moungside '24g Ph.D., Michigan '27 Associate Professor of Zoology Andrew Edgerton Nuquist A.B., Dorine '27g A.M., Wisconsin '26, Ph.D., '40 Associate Professor of Political Science Catherine Frances Nulty, fI1BK, Baflv, TIAGJ, HFM, AKT Ph.D., Brown 'llg Ed.M., Harvard '25 Associate Professor of Secretarial Economics W'ill:frd Bissell Pope, XII' A.B., Hamilton '25g A.M.. Harvard '26g Ph.D., '32 Associate Professor of English Prior. CARPENTER Pnor. EVANS Prior. BRAUN ARTS AND SCIENCES Lyman Smith Rowell, B.S., Vermont '25g M.S., '30 Associate Professor of Zoology Nelson Lee Wialbridge B.S., Vermont '24: M.S., '26 Associate Professor of Physics Florence May Vloodard, KAQ, QDBK, IIFM Ph.B., Vermont '22g M.E., Columbia '27g Pl1.D., '36 Associate Professor of Economics ASSISTANT Pll0FESS0llS Nelle Alexander Adams, EK, KAH, AKI' B.S., Ohio State '23g M.A., Columbia '29 Assistant Professor of Education, Elizabeth Vanderpool Colburn, B.S., Columbia '12g M.A., '16 Assistant Professor of Education tQArtJ Gennette Claire Davis, AXQ, IIPM A.B., Carleton '15g B.5., Minnesota '22g M.A., Columbia '27 Assistant Professor of Secretarial Economics Leon W. Dean, CDBK, 'PAK A.B., Vermont '15 Assistant Professor of English Roland Greeman Doane, XA B.S., Harvard 'l7g M.A., Middlebury '28 Assistant Professor of French and Spanish Charles George Doll, EE Ph.B., Brown '24g M.A., '26g M.A., Harvard '31 Assistant Professor of Geology and Mineralogy Raymond Avery Hall, CIJNGJ, CIPBK A.B., Wesleyan '143 B.D., Drew '2Zg M.A., Columbia '23 Assistant Professor of English Sara Moulthrop Holbrook Pl1.B., Hartford Ped. School '12g M.A., Yale '22 Assistant Professor of Education Benjamin Franklin Ladd A.B., New York University '10g M.A.. Pennsylvania Stale '12 Assistant Professor of German James Wallace Marvin, AIP, EE B.S., Vermont '32g M.S. '33g Ph.D.. Columbia '39 Assistant Professor of Botany George Herbert Nicholson B.A., Mount Allison '22g M.A,, Harvard '24 Assistant Professor of Mathematies Herbert Dean Pearl, ATU BS., Vermont '19g A.M., '35 Assistant Professor of Education James Eugene Pooley B.A., Yale '22g M.A.. '26 Assistant Professor of Classical Languages and Literature Alan Bennett Rooney B.S.. Vermont '22g M.S. '27 Assistant Professor of Physics Ferdinand Jacob Sichel, EE B.S.. McGill '28g Ph.D.. New York '34 Assistant Professor of Physiology Marv Burke Sullivan, AKI' B.S.. New York University '34g '35 Assistant Professor of English Randolnb Shepardson Towne, LDBK A.B.. Williams '22g A.M., Princeton '23 Assistant Professor of French and Spanish Beniamin Booth Wainwrigllt, CDKB A.B., Williams '20g M.A., Illinois '25 Assistant Professor of English Mvron Ellis Witllanl B.S.., Dartmouth '04g C.E.., '06 Assistant Professor of Mathematics Llovd Abram Wloodward. CDMA, TKA Ph.B., Vermont 'l8g MS., '22 Assistant Professor of Physics Pnox-'. Doucms Puor. CARROLL PROP. Gln-'oun 123 INSTIIITCTUIIS Michael Anselmo COLLEliE 0F Florence Conservatoryg Solo violinist and Concert Master, WOR '30 Instructor in Violin Elizabeth Braclish Instructor in Voice Constance Lorraine Brown A.B., Wells '23g MS., Cornell '26 Instructor in Cheinistry Gertrude Christiansen, EE B.A., Wilson Collegeg M.A., Walllesley College Instructor in Zoology David Ellis, IIJBK, AEI' AB., Hamilton '30g A.M., Cornell University '39g Ph.D. '42 Instructor of History Williani Haller, Jr., AY B.A., Amherst '36g M.A., Columbia '38 Instructor in Economics ,lack Vlliley Hinnman A.B., Grinnell College Instructor in Chemistry Muriel ,loy Hughes, 111AP A.M., Columhia University '26g Ph.D., '42 Instructor of English ,lohn Hutchison Lockhead M.A., St. Andrews University, Scotland, '30g BA., Cambridge University, England '32g Ph.D., '37 Instructor in Zoology Carl Lucarini, CIJBK BS., Vermont '25q M.A., Princeton '26 V Instructor in Chemistry Mariam Natilie Marston. CIIBK, AKT, AAU A.B., Boston University '12g M.A., Columbia '35 Instructor in Piano, Organ, and School of Music Isabel Clark Mills BS., Skidmore '29g A.M., Vermont '35 Instructor in Art Marv Louise Morgan, LIJBK BS.. Vermont '25 Instructor in Economics Elizabeth Wartler Morrill, AAA, AKF Ph.B., Vermont '28g A.M., '38 Instructor in Education Robert Collier Newton., QJBK. EX, XXI' B.A., Wesleyan University '34:, M.A., '35g Ph.D., Princet University '39 Instructor in Chemistry Pkor. Houuns Pnor. Gnom- Pnor. Jscoss Pnor. METCALF 011 ARTS AND SCIENCES Ippocrates Pappoutsakis, Kllllf, IIKA B. Mus. New England Conservatory of Music '39 Instructor in Music Verna Elizabeth Parker, AAA,AKI' Ph.B., Vermont '31g A.M., '36 Instructor in Education John VV ard Patterson, SIJBK, 2112, HME, IPAQ, EE A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University '39g M.Sc. Ohio State Univer- sity '4-lg Ph.D., '42 Instructor of Chemistry Margaret Della Perrin, HMB B.S., University of Nebraska '29g M.A., Columbia '34 Instructor in Education Merrill Dustin Powers, TKA B.S., Vermont '15 Instructor in English Director of Debating Henry Clay Smith, fIJBK A.B.. St. Johns '34q Ph.D., Johns Hopkins '39 Instructor in Psychology Bettv F. Thomson A.B., Mount Holyoke College '35g A.M... '38 Instru.:-tor in Botany Harold H, Webber, EE B.A.. University of Texas, '39, Ph.D., '42 Instructor of Zoology FACULTY MEMBERS IN WVAII SERVICE Ralnh Maynard Holmes, EE, KIDBK, EX A.B., Maine 'llg A.M., Wesleyan '13, Ph.D., Cornell '23 Professor of Physlhs Herbert Everett Putnam A.B. Minnesota '25g M.A., '27g Ph.D., Cornell '30 Associate Professor of History Albert M. K. Blume, CIIBK A.B., Yale '28g B.Mus., '29g M.A., '36g Ph.D., '40 Instructor in German Stuart Lyncle ,l0lll'lSt0ll, BQII A.B., Wesleyan '31g A.M., Harvard '33g Ph.D., '40 Instructor in French and Spanish Lorrin A. Riggs, SE A.B., Dartmouth '33, A.M., Clark '34g Ph.D., '36 Instructor in Psychology Phillips Dean Carleton, AB., Brown '20g A.M., '35 Assistant Professor of English Rex Madison Collier 4 B.A., Iowa State '27g M.A., Northwestern '29g Ph.D., '34 Assistant Professor of Psychology Pnor. lWI't'RlCK Pnor. PERKINS Pnor. PRINDLE Pnor. Pore Pnor. BULLARD CHAPMAN, Burrsnrlsnn. Purrsn, McKEE EN G IN EEBIN ll PIl0FESSOIlS Jam-es Arthur Bullard., KIDBK, EE, QA9 A.B., Williams '08g Ph.D., Clark '14 Professor of Mathematics and Mechanics Arthur Dexter Butterfield, ATQ B.S.., Worcester Polytechnic Institute '93g MS., '98g A.M., Columbia '01 Professor of Mathenmtics and Geodesy Edd Ruthven Mclfee, SAX B.S., in EE., Iowa State '20g M.S., '25g E.E., '26 Professor of Electrical Engineering Louis Blackmer Puffer, EE, TBfIv C.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, '09 Professor of Civil Engineering PROP- BUTTERFMD ASSOCIATE Pll0FESS0liS Roy Orville Buchanan, CIJBK B.S., in EE., Vermont '05 PIl0FESSOIlS EDIEBITUS Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering Evan Thomas Robert Gorham Chapman, GDT B-Su Denison University 976: B.D., Yale 'gg B.S., Case School of Applied Scienceg 'M.M.E., Rensselaer Professor Emeritus of Mathematics and Mechanics Pohjtechmc Insmme I I , Assocgate Professor of Mechamcal Engineering 127 Pnor. McKEE Pnor. Puri-'sn Prior. CHAPBIAN COLLEGE 0F EN GIN EEBIN G ASSISTANT PIl0FESS0llS Milton Harris Aldrich, BAE, EE, BTH BS., Worcester Polytechnic Institute '23g M.S.E., igan '37 Assistant Professor of Mech.a1lvical Engineering Geno Blaise Lucarini, CIJBK B.S., Vermont Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Harold Guy Millington, EE, TBH C.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute '08 Assistant Professor of Mathematics Laurence Forrest Shorey, QIJBK B.S. in EE., Vermont '25g M.S., '30 Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering Harold Irving Yvilliams, EN B.S. in EE., Vermont '12 Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering INS'l'lllIC'l'0RS A. E. Batchelder Instructor in Mechanical Engineering Mich Q. ,M L E D K i . Q Q I f ,y W Q 'U i , .vm , 5. 2 11 5 1 qk .fy I Q x f 2 6 Tk ,M ' cw- ,. f-3 5 rigiit , . ?' Y-a5,,,. , g m .li-H, ,, fi? 55 5 VL K s ' V A "" - .- ur 'Q-.-.,,, H ,5 1 R- -Q.. ,kit ' f ' . I 1 , A ,. ., W- . Q 9 L --..,,-- K :gikgx 575553 Aaah in MWMRMW Jr EE " 4 , Q 5 6 Q 1 5 we 3 xr I ' , W ,A 2' .,,.. F i:,.,,, 'fu If 8 I 51 W, :Hi AIII 1,5 ' 'Q1 ,A i Q ASQE F5 at K 5 si Q S1 I 'QE 5 ELK i, ,gifv . B f' . EQQQQ' .V,. M-New W Q 'QQ-Q R . -. PQ .-Q-5+ ff, - K 1 0 ' 1 si' ..-QV! has Pnor. CUMMINGS Second Row-Prof. Williams, Prof. Granger. First Row-Prof. Miller, Prof. Ellenbetger Prof King, Prof. Cummings, Prof. Burns. CULLEGE 0F AGRICULTURE Pll0FESS0llS EDIEIIITUS Joseph Lawrence Hills, K2 B.S., Boston University '81, Ph.D., Rutgers University '03 Professor Emeritus of Agronomy Bertha May Terrill, IIJBK B.S., Mount Holyoke, '95, A.B., '96, M.A., Chicago '08 Professor Emeritus of Home Economics Pll0FESS0lIS Marshall Baxter Cummings, EE, TA, AZ B.S., Vermont '01, M.S., Maine '04, Ph.D., Cornell '09 Professor of Horticulture Howard Bowman Ellenberger, AZ, 25 B.S., Iowa State '05, M.S., Cornell '15, Ph.D., '15 Professor of Animal and Dairy Husbandry Florence Besson King, KAO, EE, IETI, ON, AN Professor of Home Economics Paul Robert Miller, KIDS., AKA, AZ B.S., Iowa State '22, M.A., Michigan State '24 Professor of Agronomy ASSOClA'l'E Pll0Fl'ISS0llS Nathaniel Newton Allen, AZ, FEA B.S., University of Missouri '29, Ph.D., University of Minnesota '35 Associate Professor of Dairy Production Alexander Gerslioy, EE' B.S., Cornell '18, M.S., Columbia '34 Associate Professor of Botany Ernest Oliver Herreid, EE, TA, TEA, AZ, ATP. B.S., Illinois '14, M.A., California '26, Ph.D., Indiana '29 Associate Professor of Animal and Dairy Husbandry and Professor of Dairy Manufacturing William Howard Martin, AZ, KQIJK, CDBK, fI7AK B.S., Vermont, M.S., Cornell Associate Professor of Agricultural Education .lohn Alvin Newlander, EE B.S., Cornell '19, M.S., Vermont '21, Ph.D., Cornell Associate Professor of Dairy Husbandry ASSISTANT PIIGDFESSUIIS Florence Emily Bailey, ON. B.S., Simmons '18, M.S.. Vermont '30 Assistant Professor of Home Economics Margaret B. Doughty, AXQ, BAE B.S., Michigan State '31, M.S., Iowa Slate College '41 Assistant Professor of Home Economics Helen Renwick LeBaron, KIDBK, ON, HS K B.S., Vermont '32, M.S., Cornell '38 Assistant Professor of Home Economics f Helen Elizabeth Underwood, B.S., Iowa State College, M.A., Teachers College Assistant Professor of Home Economics Sheldon XV ard Williaxlls, LIDKJD B.S., Cornell '32g M.S., Vermont '34- Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics Amos Buell Xvillmartli, f1JBK, AY A.B., Middlebury '00g A.M., Harvard '01g B.S.,Vex-mont '03 Assistant Professor of Chemistry IN S'l'llUCT0llS Marion Huntington Brown B.S., Vermont '38g M.S., Syracuse '42 Instructor of Home Economics Leslie A. Evans V.S., Ontario Veterinary College ,03 Instructor in Veterinary Science Ralph Hawthorne Granger, ATP. B.S., Massachusetts State ,383 M,S. Instructor in Poultry Husbandry and Agricultural Engi- nearing Charles Conrad Larson University of Minnesota Instructor in Forestry Ruth Elna Montgomery B.S., University of Illinois '40 Instructor in Home Economics Adelaide Rawson BS., Columbia ,193 M.A., '34 Instructor in Home Economics Ransom Oreutt Slack B.S., in Agriculture, Vermont '41 Instructor in Dairy Manufacturing Hazel Lillian Westhy' B.A., Concordia Collegeg B.S., University of Wisconsin M.A., University of California Instructor in Home Economics Neil Kenneth Williams, QIDHE, AZJDKKI1, EE B.S., University of Florida '35g Ph.D., Iowa State College Instructor in Animal Husbandry FACULTY DIEDIBEIIS IN DIILITAIIY SERVICE Benjamin Franklin Lutman, AZ, EE A.B., Missouri '06g A.N., Xvisconsin '07g Ph.D., '09 Professor of Plant Pathology William Ritchie Adams, Jr., GBX, EE, TA B.S., Syracuse ,263 M.S., Vermont '28g Ph.D., Yale '35 te Professor of Botany and Forestry Charles 'Leonard Park, lr. 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Mlssauhusetls Institute of Technology '96-Professor Emeritus of Public Health George Millas Sabin B,S., Vermont '96: M.D., '00-Professor Emeritus of Clinical Surgery Charles Flagg Whitney B.S., Vermont '9T: M.D., '03g M.S., '04-Professor Emeritus of Physiologi- cal Chemistry and Toxicology Pll0FESS0llS Lyman Allen, EGP, NSN, 'IJBK A.B., Vermont '93g M.D., '96-Professor of Surgery Clarence Henry Beecher, NEN M.D., Vermont '00-Dean, Professor of Medicine Thomas Stephen Brown, NSN M.D., Vermont '04-Professor of Medical Ethics and Mediml Relationships Ernest Hiram Buttles, KE, IIJBK A.B.. Vermont 'Oh M.D., '08-Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology Herbert Ashley Durfee, CDAGJ, AKK A.B., Vermont '08-Professor of Obstetrics Oliver Newell Eastman, F .A.C.S. M.D.. Vermont '08-Professor of Gynecology Hovey Jordan, ATO Ph.B., Vermont '13g MS., '14-5 A.M.. Harvard '16-Professor of Histology and Embryology James Charles O'Neil, NSN B.S.. Vermont '06: M.D., '17-Professor of Psychiatry Harold Barnard Pierce, EE B.S., Massachusetts State 'Hg M.S. Pennsylvania State '2l: Plt.D., Uni- versity of Rochester '23-Professor of Physiological Chemistry Donald Slaughter B.S.. State University of Iowa '29g M.D., '29-Professor of Pharmacology and physiology Arthur Bradley Soule, Jr., AWP A.B., Vermont '25-3 M.D., '28-Assistant Dean. Professor of Radiology William Graves Townsend, AKK, F.A.C.S. B.S., Dartmouth 'l9: NLD., Vermont '24-Professor of Urology Emmus George Twitchell A.B., Queen's University. Canada '02: M.D., C.M., '06-Profusor of Ophthalmology. Otolaryngology and Rhinology Harry George Vlfyer, Major, U.S.A. A.B., Harvard '06g M.D.. '00-Professor of Medica-Military Science ASSIICIATE Pll0FESS0llS Ellssworth Lyman Amidon, ATU, EE B.S., Tufts 'Zh BLD.. Vermont '32-Associate Professor of Medicine Albert George Mackay, SAE, NSN B.S.. Vermont '29g M.D., '32-Associate Professor of Surgery Charles Albert Newhall, NEN A.B., Northwestern '24: BLD., Vermont '28-Associate Professor of Anatomy 133 Docron BROWN Docron D.-u.roN Docron VII-IITNEY CIILLEGE 0F ASSISTANT PIl0FESSORS Benjamin Dyer Adams, AKK, F.A.C.S. M.D., Vermont '08-Assistant Professor of Surgery Louis Benson B.E.E., Northeastern University School oi Engineering '24g M.D.. Tufts '32 --Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine Paul Wlilliam Butterfield, IIPBK AB., Dowdon '30: M,D., Boston University '34-Assistant Professor of Pathology Gardner Nathan Cohb AB.: Dartmouth '0l: M.D., '04-Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrirs Roy Edward Corley A B., Holy Cross '2lg M.D., Vermont '25-Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Edward Perry Disbrow M.D.. Maryland '08-Assistant Professor of Clinical Dermatology Fred Vlfilliams Dtmihue, EE, GJAE, QTA A.B.. Wfalzash '295 NLS.. New York University '31g Ph.D., '34-Assistant Professor of Histology and Embryology Theodore Henry Harwood A.B., Hamilton '32g NLD., Vermont '36-Assistant Professor uf Medicine Aymer Seth Columbus Hill NLD., Vermont '09-Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine Milford Leroy Hobbs SLD., Washington '31--Assistant Professor of Pathology Arthur Rush Hogan, F.A.C.S. A.B.. Vermont '19g M.D., '22!Assislrrnt Professor of Clinical Surgery David Williams James B.S., Denison '30g M.D., Ohio State '33g M.S.. Wayne '40-Assistant Profe.s:or of Obstetrics nnrl Gynecology Wendell Everett James, EE AB.. Brown '17g M.S., '34g M.D.. Vermont '38-Assistant Professor of Ctiniml Pathology and Bacteriology Arthur Leo Larner, AKK M.D., Vermont '04 M.D., Vermont '04-Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology and Rhinology and Cliniral Instruvtor in Ophthalmology Peter Paul Lawlor MD.. Vermont '20!A.fsis1onl Professor of Otolaryngology and Rhinology nad Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology Clifford Shattuck Leonard, EE Ph. B., Yao '15: M.S., '1T: Ph.D., Wisconsin '20-Assistant Professor of Plmrnmcology Frank E. Lewis, Lt. Colonel A.B., Amherst '07g M.D.. Dartmouth '12-Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery. Fort Ethan Allen Karl Cornelius McMahon, NEN B.S., Vermont '19: M.D.. '22-Assistant Professor of Oothalmology and Clinical Instrurtor in Otolaryngology and Rhinology Edward Douglas McSweeney ' A.B., Vermont '19g M.D., '22-'Assislant Professor of Gynecology Wilhelm Roab M.D.v University of Vienna '20g M D., German University of Prague '26 -Aniston! Professor of Clinical Medicine Edward James Rogers B.S., The Citadel '96g M.D., South Carolina 'UBQ M.D., Columbia '12 -Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine Walter Alva Stulz, EE A.B., Acadia '27g Ph.D., Yale '32-Assistant Professor of Anatomy Hiram Eugene Upton, NSN B.S., Sl. .lol1n's '24g M.D.. University of Maryland '27-Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine Foster Lane Vihher M.D., Tufts '29-Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology W'ISlTING PIKOFESSOIlS David Marsh Bosworth AJJ., Vermont '18g M.D.. '21-Visiting Professor of Orthopedic Science Adolphus Duncan Rood M.D., Vermont '08-Visiting Professor of Bronchoscopy Eugene Frederick Trauh B-S-. Michigan '16g M.D., '18-Visiting Professor of Dermatology MEDICINE lNSTllUCTOIlS Robert Bacon Aiken, EN, CIDBK ' Ph.B.. Vermont 'Cllg M.S., '33: M.D., '37-Inslrnrtor in Intlnsrrial Hygiene Harry Joseph Antoniewicz, EE B.S., Vermont '37: M.D., '40-Instructor in Surgery and Analumy Robert Henry Baker M.D., Vanderbilt '25-Instructor in Clinical Jletlicine Nathan Renwick Caldwell M.D.., Vermont '14f-Instructor in Clinical Radiology ,lerome Joseph Cohen A.B.. Tufts '27: M.D., '31-Instructor in Clinical Pediatrics Dorothy Black Corbin B.S., Simmons '325 M.D., Tufts '37-Instructor in Pediatrics Stuart Starnes Corbin B.S.. Vermont '3lg M.D., '36-Instructor in Pediatrics Robert Danning Cox A.ll., Amherst '34g lil.D.. Tufts '38-Instructor in Clinical Medicine Thomas Patrick Cunningham M.D.. Tufts, 'Ill' Alnstructor in Clinical Pediatrics Richard Barre Davis B.S., Vermont '36g M.D.. '39-Instructor in Medicint John Seeley Estabrook B.S.. Vermont '29i M.D.. '33-Medical Instructor in lflinical Pediatrics Lester Mahan Fetton B.S., Dartmouth 'l9: M.D., Cornell '22-Instructor in Clinit-nl lrology' Paul Frederick Fenton B.S., University of Rochester '38: NLS.. Vermont '40-Instructor in Physiologmnl Chemistry J. Louis Philippe Forest A.B., University nf Montreal '217: NLD., '25-Instructor in Clinical Psychiatry Mervin Fossner M.D., Long Island Medical College '21--Instrm-tor in Clinical Pediatrics Erald Fairbanks Foster M.D., Vermont '27fInstructor in Preventive tllerlicine Arthur Gladstone B.S., Vermont '2Bg BLD., '31-Instructor in Clinical Surgery Alfred Myron Glicksman M.D., Tufts '21-Instructor in Clinical Obstetrics Helen Heino B.S., Minnesota '36g M..-K., 'hllflnstrnctor in Clinical Pathology and Btuteriulogy Elizabeth Kundert B.S.. Wisconsin '20: M.S.. '24: M.D., W'omen's Medical College of Pennsyl- vania '26-Medical Instructor in Psychiatry John F rederide Lynch B.S., Vermont '3l: NLD.. '3-lfglnstruclor in Clinical Surgery' Julian Peter Macs, EE M.D.. University of Brnnels '35f-Instructor of Physiology Katharine Ella Mcsweeney AB., Vermont '22g A.M.. Columbia '24: BLD.. Vermont '30-Lcvmrer in Hygieneg Instructor in Clinical Medicine Harold Edward Medivetsky B.S., Vermont '29: M.D.. '32-Instructor in Clinical Medicine Daniel John Monartis, Lt., Medical Corps, U.S.A. B.S.. Vermont '29: M.D.. '32f-Instructor in Clinical Medic-ine Alfred Smith 0,Conner All., Holy Cross '1-i: M.D.. Tufts 'lflglnstruclor in Clinical Pediatrics Olney Draper Phelps AB., Dartmouth 'O-4: M.D., '07-Inxtrnctnr in Clinical Urology' F. Clay Robinson B.S.. West Virginia Wesleyan '36g M.D., Harvard '41-Instructor in Clinical Medicine William J. Slavin B.S., Vermont '33s M.D., '35e-Instructor in Obstetrics and Gym.-rulogy Frank Alphone Slesinski BS., Massachusetts Stale '38: SLS., '40-Instructor in Physiological Chemistry Charles Ives Taggert D.M.D.. Tufts Dental School '21-Instructor of Oral Hygiene and Dental Medicine Docron JACKSON COACH EVANS Coicu GARDNER Christopher Marlowe Terrien M.D., Vermont '36-Instructor in Clinical liledicine Bird Joseph Arthur Bombard M.D., Vermont '05-Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery Ray Gilbert Daggs B.S., Bucknell '26g Ph.D., Rochester '30-Associate Professor of Physiology Paul Kendrick French, AW., NEN, F.A.C.P. Ph.B.. Vermont '20g M.D., '23-Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine Maurice Norbert Belle-rose B.S., Norwich '25g M.D., Vermont '29-Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery Paul Dennison Clark, EQ M.D., Vermont '26-Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Ralph Leslie Cudlipp., Lieutenant Colonel of Medical Corps, U.S.A., F.A.C.S, M.D., New York Medical College '15-Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery Arthur Ford Geddes Edgelow A.B.. Trinity '14-5 M.D., Harvard '18-Assistant Professor of Clinical Obstetrics Wiinthrop Maillot Flagg, SAE, NSN M.D., Vermont '34fAssisrnut Professor of Urology alford Tupper Rees. KE. NSN M.D., Vermont '24-Assistant Professor of Surgery XV Keith Frank Truax, CDX, ZX B.S., Vermont '28s M.D. '31-Assistant Professor of Surgery COACH Posr 136 Marshall Coleman Twitchell, Jr., '-IJBK, AOA AB.. W'illiams '34: M.D., Harvard '38-Instructor of Ophthalmology FACULTY MEMBERS IN DIILITAIIY SERVICE ,lohn Abajian, Jr. M.D., New York Medical College '3TfInstructor in Anesthesia Albert James Crandall B.S., Vermont '30g M.D., '33-Instructor in Clinical Surgery Henry Maurice Farmer B.S., Vermont '33s M.D., 'Hflnslructor in Piet.-eutive Metllcine and Public Health Fred Scott Kent - M.D., Vermont '19-Instructor in Clinical Medicine James Patrick Mahoney M.D., Vermont '32-Instructor in Clinical Medicine Jesse Albert Rust, J r. M.D., Vermont '36-Instructor in Clinical Obstetrics Nicholas Salvatore Scarcello M.D., Tufts '30-Instructor in Clinical Urology Clarence ,less Speaa D.D.S., Marquette '35-Instructor in Oral Hygiene and Dental Medicine Joseph George Thalbault M.D., Vermont '30-Instructor in Surgery George Chandler Tully B.S., Dartmouth '27g M.D., Vermont '31-Insructor in Clinical Urology Conrad Wall A.B., University ot' Alabama '25g M.D., Harvard '29-Instructor in Clinical Neurology PHYSICAL EDUCATIIIN F011 NIEN William Lawrence Gardner B.S., Vermont '09i.-issistanl Professor of Physical Education Archibald Post B.S., Vermont '27-Assistant Professor of Physical Education John Clifford Evans University of Illinois '32-Instructor of Physical Education Sherman Perry Fogg B.S., University of Wisconsin ,33 B.S., University of Wisconsin '33-Instructor of Physical Education PHYSICAL EIIUCATIIIN FOB W0lVlEN Eleanor Stensou Cummings B.A.. Boston University '08-As.oriate Professor of Physical Education Barbara Crowe B.S., University of Michigan '40-Instructor of Phys'cal Education Ethel Hoffman B.S., Washington University '4l3 M.S., Wellesley '42--Instructor of Physical Education DIILITABY SCIENCE AND TACTICS Francis P. Simpson, Major Academy. West Point, N. Y.-Professor of Military S ence and To Donald William Thayer, First Lieutenant '40 Ph.B., Vermont '41-Assistant Professor ol Military Science and Taclic Edward Suter Irwin, Second Lieutenant 1 - , 7 . B.S., Yermunt 403 BLS., Yermont '42f-Ass.smn1 Professor of Militng Science and Tactics Charles F. Parker, First Sergeant Instructor in Dfilitnry Science James Albert Pickett Staff Sergeant-Instructor of Military Scien d Tactics Andrew John Landa, Sergeant Inslruvlar of Military Science and Tarlirs IIFFICEBS 0F THE ADDIINISTBATIUN JOHN S. MILLIS, M.S., B.S., Ph.D. ..... President PROCTOR H. PAGE, LL.B..Asst. to the President, Acting Treasurer, Business lllanager 'MARY JEAN SIMPSON, Pl1.B., fI1BK. Dean of Women CLARENCE H. BEECHER, M.D. Dean of Medicine GEORGE F. ECKHARD, B.S., C.E., Dean of Engineering THE UNIVERSITY CQDUNCIL PROF. FREDERICK TUPPER DEAN MARY JEAN SIMPSON DEAN GEORGE ECKHARD DEAN JOSEPH CARRIGAN DEAN CLARENCE H. BEECHER DEAN ELIJAH SWIFT JOSEPH E. CARRIGAN, B.S., A.M., Dean of Agriculture ELIJAH SWIFT, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., QPBK. Dean of Arts and Sciences HEATH K. RIGGS, B.S.. .Director of Admissions WILLIAM M . TULLY Superintendent of Grounds and Buildings VV. LARRY GARDNER, B.S..Director of Athletics HELEN B. SHATTUCK, A.B.. .. .... Librarian F. W. Kehoe 137 It X Q extra curricular G0 ON, come what may, but it is the that really give College its sparkle . . . Athletic events, Kake Walk, club meetings, evening walks across campus in Springtime, Sunday afternoon concerts, Military Ball., the Football Hop, Junior Prom . . Q: . fx. x 3. M, Agg 5 ..x - Kg, A 1. , ,A , M 5 5 B41 , Q a 1 , x 1. -. ,Q J Y 1 1 l' TIILETIC S S0CIATI0N " "'-D" W 'RW SKK' ltfbrjpll 1 R Q I X 1 x ii pvf Through the Year with th c Victorinu S V crux ant Teanxs DIAIIGAIIET SIIEEBAN About a dozen years ago there entered the employ of the University of Vermont Athletic Asso- ciation, as secretary, a young lady by the name of Margaret D. Sheeran. During, these years she rendered most efficient service i11 the handling of the intricate details of that office. After nearly a year of war, she could no longer resist her conntry's call to duty. Following due application and passage of required examinations, she was accepted for officeris training in the U. S. N. R. as a '4Wave.'l The department of athletics recognizes the great loss of her faithful, loyal, and under- standing service. F00'l'BALL EW.- Fffflrlfrlll Sl.TllEDl'I.li Vermont 13 ........................... Rhode Island State T0 Vermont 20 .... ............. R utgers 27 Vermont 13 ..... ..... 15 lass State 6 Vermont 12 .. . ...... Union 26 Vermont 21 . . . ..... Trinity 14 Vermont l-l- .... ....... N orwich 10 Vermont 18 .............. .... N Iicldlelxury 7 IIFFICIALS Co-Captains-Philip Chesarone Williann J. Benoit Manager-Joseph Corbett Conch-John C. Evans A ssismnt Coach-Sllernxan P. Fog g FO0TBALL TRINITY Playing a brand of ball that was well nigh un- stoppable, Vermont rolled over a game but out- played Trinity team 21-14. Beaulieu and LaPointe accounted for all of Vermont's points, with Beaulieu crashing over twice and MChick" scoring on a Beaulieu pass midway in the second quarter. Vermont's line was strong throughout with Martin and Chesarone smashing through from the backer-up spots to break up potential plays. IlIIOIlE ISLAND STATE Uutpassed, outrushed and generally outplayed, Vermont fell before a strong Rhode Island team 70--13. Sophomore Ralph LaPointe scored both Cat touchdowns but a disastrous second half proved to be Vermont's downfall. UNIIIN Vermontis vaunted passing attack failed to click on a rain-soaked gridiron and Union emerged on top by a score of 26-12. Union, led by Enstiuce and Bartlett, completely dominated the first half., but the Cats came back to finish strong the late minutes of the game. NOBWICH In a day that will go down in history for Vermont sports fans, an inspired Catamount eleven sub- dued a highly favored Norwich team 14--10, and ended the Cadets two-year reign in State football circles. Outplaying the Horsemen in every department, the Cats came hack to break a first half deadlock, and went on to victory. Beaulieu and LaPointe were superb, each scoring a touch- down and showing fine all-around play. Chesa- rone, Benoit, and Walgrell were towers of strength in the line with Barry and Parker, a pair of great ends. Zoukis and Domina shone for Norwich in a losing cause. IIUTGEIIS Vermont pushed a strong Rutgers team to tl1e limit before succumbing 27-20. LaPointe scored twice, on a pass and a 4-6 yard run, and Freshman Pete Kadzis crashed through for the Cats final tally in the 4th period. Beaulieu con- verted for two extra points. DIIDDLEBURY Vermont annexed the state football crown and closed their season in a blaze of glory by setting down a scrappy but outmanned Middlebury team 18-7. Playing on a gridiron that was a mass of frozen turf the Cats got off to a shaky start but once started were well in control throughout. Sheehan and Urban played great offensive games for the Panthers. LaPointe, Beaulieu, and Martin all scored for Vermont with Kadzis playing his usual fine defensive game. Vfalgren and Phil Chesarone stood out. RIASS STATE Vermont chalked up its initial victory of the season by virtue of Sophomore Ralph LaPointe's two touchdown gallops. Beaulieu and Pete Kadzis gave able support in the backfield while Co-Captains Chesarone and Benoit played 60 full minutes of ball in the line. Red Murphy, Fresh- man, played a bang-up game at left end. Second row+Coach Evans, Clairmont, Didinsky, Shepard, Welch, Jones, Murphy, Thurber. F irst row-Spylios, Hen- derson, Kaufman, Beaulieu, Doherty, Ln Pointe, Killick, Conti. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE: Vemlont 37 . . Vermont 57 . . . . . Vermont 38 . .. Vermont 69 . . Vermont 37 Vermont 59 . . Vermont 43 . . Vermont 55 . . Vermont 46 . . Vermont 51 . . . . . ...Hartwick Fort Ethan Allen . . . . . . . .Williams ........Tufts . . . .Providence . . . . ...Norwich . . . . .SL Michaels .. . .Middlebury . . . . .Amherst ... ...Springfield Vermont 48 .. ........ St. Michaels Vermont 51 .. .............. Norwich Vermont 32 . .. ..... Boston Coast Guard Vermont 57 Vermont 48 ..... . . . . . ........... Middlebury . , . .St. Lawrence Vermont 60 .... .... F ort Ethan Allen OFFICIALS! Captain-Robert C. Doherty Manager-Harris E. Thurber Coach-John C. Evans Assistant Coach-Sherman P. Fogg 146 41 36 36 62 73 45 45 40 49 56 so -- 37 53 30 45 50 The Vermont hoop squad playing a still' 16 game schedule came out with a total of ten wins. The Catamounts had their moments of greatness and always displayed a fast and steady brand of hall. Larry Killick, lanky right forward, averaged better than fifteen points a game. Captain Bob Doherty and Ralph LaPointe performed well in guard positions while Kaufman and Beaulieu worked with Killick in the forecourt. Freshmen George Henderson and Red Murphy showed promise for future teams. IIAIITVYICK Vermont dropped its opening contest with Hart- wick 41-37, after leading most of the game. Doherty was tops for the Cats with 15 points. F0llT ETIIAN ALLEN Showing an improved outfit, Vermont rolled over the soldiers from Fort Ethan Allen 57-36. Killick, Beaulieu, and Doherty shared scoring honors with the second team getting plenty of action. IVILLI A DIS Milt Kaufmau's basket in the final seconds of the game gave Vermont a victory over Williams 38-36. The Cats played smoothly throughout with Killick tossing in 13 points. TUFTS Vermont upset a strong Tufts outfit 69-62, as Larry Killick established a new Tufts record with 37 points. The entire team played good hall with Killick, Doherty, and LaPointe going the whole distance. PIIUTYIDENCE Unloading a bagful of rough tricks Providence beat Vermont into submission 73-37. Coach Evans finally removed his first team to avoid further injury. Beaulieu and Killick netted 10 and 11 points respectively. N UIIWVICII In a rugged contest, tl1e Catamounts turned back Norwich 59-45. Freshman George Hen- derson netted 20 points for scoring honors. Herb Dean shone for the losers. ST. DIICIIAELS Vermont was edged by St. Michaels 445-43, in a game that was close all the way. Larry Killick tossed in 20 points but the Cats' rally fell short in the fading minutes. DIIDDLEBUIIY A Whirlwind finish gave Vermont a 55-40 victory over a hard-fighting Middlebury team. Killick again led t.l1e scoring with 27 counters and displayed his usual brilliant Iioor game. Captain Doherty looked well on the defense. ADIIIEIIST Amherst edged Vermont 49--4-6 in a fast and rough game. Although tiring in the closing minutes, the Cats were in the battle all the way. Killick, Henderson, and Beaulieu shared scoring honors. SPRINGFIELD Springfield topped the Catamounts 56-51 in a close, hard-fought contest. The game was tied at seven different times. Captain Bob Doherty tallied 18 points, while the clever passing of Killick was outstanding. ST. MICIIAELS Vermont avenged an earlier defeat by smashing St. Michaels 48-36. Leading at half-time, St. Mikes was unable to match the scoring of Killick, Doherty, and Beaulieu, and the work of LaPointe 011 defense. N0llYVICH Vermont annexed another state crown by defeat- ing Norwich 51-37. The Cats' superior second half shooting buried all Cadet hopes. Kaufman and Beaulieu were top scoring artists, with Killick and Doherty close behind. BOSTON COAST A fast and rangy Coast Guard quintet over- whelmed Vermont 53-32. Flashing a deceptive passing attack, the Guardsmen carried too many guns, although Killick and Doherty shone in the losing cause. DIIDIDLEIIITIIY The Catamounts rolled over Middlebury 57-30 with a steady display of good passing and shoot- ing. Vermont was always in front, with the scor- ing evenly divided. Last game for Reservist L'Chick', Laljointe. A ST. LAWVIKENCE Vermont edged St. Lawrence 48-45 in a close Kake VValk game. Killick's basket and Doherty's foul provided the winning margin, after the Lorries had tied it up with a second half surge. FORT ETIIAN ALLEN A 60-50 win over Fort Ethan Allen closed a successful season for the Cats. Killick and Doherty netted 18 and 11 points respectively with the whole squad figuring in the scoring. T BASEBALL Coach Larry Gardner's Catamount team, playing an abbreviated schedule., won eight games out of eleven and copped tl1e State baseball crown for another year. Witll veteran fielders Hazen Wood. Sig Sysko, and John Spasyk., and pitchers Al Shaw, Bob Carlson, and Clarence Akley on hand, Larry filled in the gaps with newcomers Tom Clairmont, Joe Margolis, Bill Benoit, and Joe Corbett. On the annual Southern trip the Cats maintained a 50-50 record by setting back Lehigh and Villan- ova and falling before strong Army and Navy outfits. Benefitted by outdoor practice and in the familiar surroundings of tl1e home ball park, Vermont rolled through the rest of the schedule taking every game except one, a 9-8 loss to St. Michaels. The Cats retaliated by whipping St. Michaels on the two other occasions and taking I Larry Gardner Middlebury and Fort Ethan Allen, two games each. Bob Carlson, Al Shaw, and Clarence Akley performed admirably on the mound while the rest of the Vermont club gave excellent support. Second row-Pierce, Howe. Killick, Goldman, West, Cain, Mgr. Logan, Williams, Margolis, Bister, Carpenter, Blakely First row-Conrad, Akley, Wood, Carlson, Coach Gardner, Sysko, Albherghini, Jones, Clairmont. 'Q A.. ' ' ,- - W. I its Q. - im. ,..,. 148 L F "Looks Bad" SCHEDULE: Vermont 0 Vermont 2 Vermont 15 Vermont 2 Vermont 17 Vermont 8 Vermont 21 Vermont 6 .. Vermont 13 Vermont 4 Vermont 3 OFFICIALS! Captain-John J. Spasyk Manager-Fred P. Logan Coach-W. L. Gardner . . . . . . . Navy . . . . .Villanova ... . . .Lehigh .........Army . . . . .Middlebury . . . .SL Michaels Fort Ethan Allen .. . . . .SL Micllaels . . . . . . .Middlebury Fort Ethan Allen . . . . .SL Michaels VARSITY CBOSS CIIUNTBY Coach Archie Post, despite the loss of the 1Vebster brothers, came up with another exceptional squad. After dropping their first meet with Union, the barriers posted wins over Bowdoin, Wfilliams and Middlebury besides placing '6th in the New Eng- land Races. Led by Captain Bud Hoyt who cli- maxed a brilliant season by placing 13th in the New England Races., the Cats' lineup included such outstanding performers as Mart McLaren, John Corliss, Len Harrington and Mule Crown. SCHEDULE! Vermont 25 . . . .... Bowdoin 3 Vermont 31 . . . ..... Union 2 Vermont 21 ........................ .... W illiams 3 New England Cross-Country Race Vermont 15 ........,............... ..... ll liddlebury 4 OFFICIALS: Captain-J. P. Hoyt, Jr. Manager-R. I. Pestle, Jr. Coach-Archie T. Post 150 4 VARSITY TRACK li X 152 VARSITY TRACK Captain Bert Mott led his team in three indoor relay meets, two with Middlebury and 0118 with Union. Then, out on the cinders in the spring, Mott led his team to three wills and one loss by taking 18 first places in the four meets. He then scored eight points in the New England meet and was the first represen- tative of U. V. M. in the National A.A.U. meet since 1912 where he again scored for Vermont. SCHEDULE: Middlebury Relay Meet Union Indoor Relays Vermont SSK, ............ Bowdoin 7915 Vermont 86 ..... Union 4-0 Vermont 9252: . . ......... Colby 4235 Vermont 77 .... Middlebury 58 OFFICIALS! Captain--'E. Bertram Mott, Jr. Manager--Peter S. Czachor Coach-Archie T. Post Assistant Coach-Sherman P. Fogg i'Deceased October 9, 1942 E. BEBTBAIVI NIIITT, Jr. E 2 E In these few lines let us pay our tribute to a fine athlete, a fine scholar, and a loyal friend who will long be remembered by all who knew him while he was in school. God saw fit to take Bert and we know that his actions, character, and warm personality while with us will guide him in his future destiny. VARSITY TENNIS Captain .........,............................ SAM J. FOTI Manager .,... ........... B ERNARD F. Rx'NowEcEn Coach ...................... PROP. F. D. CARPENTER An inexperienced Vermont tennis team met defeat in five of its seven spring matches. Captain Sam Foti, Bill West and Vin Manjoney all showed a good brand of hall, at times, and with more out- door practice the story might have been different. There was one consolation to the season, however, as the team took St. Michaels 7-2 after having lost to Middlebury 9-0. Prospects for next season are none too bright as the nucleus of the team is leavingg the war calling the young men into the service. FIIESIIDIAN TRACK Honorary Captain ...... ........... L EN PAUL Coach ........................................ S1-Ianni' Focc The Freshman Track season was a very successful one as the yearlings won two and lost one. Several excellent prospects were uncovered for next sea- son's varsity aggregationg namely, Lenny Paul, Chas. Smith ad Norm Beaulieu. This frosh outfit was coached, trained, and handled hy Sherry Fogg. FBOSll BASEBALL Honorary Captain . .... .. ..... RALPH LAPOINTE Coach .,......,.................. .......... F Uz.zY EVANS Manager ............ ............. ..... .... B 0 B PATERSON The Frosh Baseball season was opened by a tie game with Burlington High. Mickey Cochran was on the mound with "Slugger" Fagan patrolling right field. Then a home and home series with C.M.J.C. gave a win and a loss as Beaulieu, La- pointe and Lippman showed promise for Lai-ry's varsity. The first year men then trounced V..l.C. as Switzer and Fagan pulverized the pill. I ,....,., Guts? :ga-f .. M - f, Y QW! .. H if i- Q , 1- 4- -- Q 5 s Z. ' m. 33 X-ww fS?fgy'1FQA 5 ig' , QQ Ta, sy Sf if K 5 M , , ,. ,. i ,- A LL,i,3 ,f 45,5 Qi - 4 4 4 - I A . 4 i 1 A Q3 M V f M gf i ' 5. """"'w1,,,,L , ff? "' NN-Lf:-mwma-W. 5.:?'9' v-Q-.M fy 1 Ai , J . SKS gy Yitfvsqfa.- K -35.457 , - l My f I , '-A :-I-,n 4 R 5 A NQWQQW swxsmi 1V.A.A. The Women's Athletic Association directs all women's sports activities and is governed by a Cabinet elected annually by the women's stu- dent body. Phyllis Savage, '43, is this year's president. Membership is open to any girl who participates in any sport over a definite period of time. The purposes of W.A.A. are to encour- age interest in all sports, to maintain high ideals of sportsmanship and good fellowship., and to build up physical fitness on the campus. In spite of the fact that intercollegiate "Play-daysn have been cancelled because of the transporta- tion problem, interest in team sports has not lagged, and the various clubs have carried out extensive programs of campus tournaments and games. Among other W.A.A. activities was the fall picnic held for all University women. Money which has been put aside for the long dreamed of cabin has been invested in war bonds so that someday it will be a reality. With the Womezfs Physical Education Department acting as advisor, and led by an energetic cabinet, the YVomen's Athletic Association is one of the most active organizations on campus. Second Row-Rowe, Dunbar, Perkins, Quinn, Palmer, Beal. First Row-Runnals, Fawcet, Spear, Savage, Burnham, McLean. ,, W WA: Thfrrl Row-Yates, Lampman. Powers, Donahue, Clark, Maxfield, Wrisley, Anderson. Second Row-Wimett. Mac, La- Duc. Ftiivnrt, Ash, Slurky, Cargill, Lund. First Row-Hughes, Webb, Wellwood, Dunbar, Gustafson, Finni Anthonv, Camp Je . V ' HEALTH CIIUNCIL The work of the Health Council is to further the health of the women students. Posters are placed in the HY" room and in the various dormitories with interesting suggestions for keeping a high standard of health on the campus. Every dormitory is represented by one member on the council. One important part of the work of the Health Council is to raise money for a Loan Fund which pro- vides specialized medical examinations for the women students. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL President ....... .... B ARBARA DUNBAR First Aid and Home Nursing Chairman xficepfesaiem .... .... E STHER GUSTAFSON BABBABA WEBB Social Chai,.m,,,1 lll, .UII M ARGER1' ANTHONY Secretary, Treasurer ....... SYLVIA WELLWOOD Nutrition Chairman ....... MARION FINN Advisor .... .. MISS ELEANOR CUMMINGS 157 ALL Sl'0llTS CLUB All Sports Club the honorary society of W'.A.A. Requirements for membership ure based on point value through work in the number of clubs as well as sportsmamsllip. leadership, und scholarship. Slllllllillg-Y-MCLEilll. Sitting-Thornton, Salvage. Front--Spear. Q The Campus Managers are the leaders of the produce sportsmanship and athletic clubs on the campus. Through these their members. clubs they bring about an interest in sports and 158 CANIPUS DIANA!! ERS Third Row-e-Burnham, Ritchie. Hendershot. Second Row Crowe. Fawrelt, Thayer, Bying- ton, Levens, Battles. First Rau -Quinn, Mulholland, Fritchie. Runnnls. Hart. Oling, Taylor good feeling among ABCIIEBY Third Row -1 Sculakes, Baker, Vifalker. Warrell, Wedge, Hendershot, Knickerbocker. Second Row - Anderson, Hoos, Mulholland. Davison, Marcott, YVool, Roberts, Russell, Hardy. First Row --Korpi, Osgood. Wis- hart, Byington. Coutu, Kirbv. Kudic-sy. Archery is an active sport during both the Indoor Tournament and came out with very spring and fall seasons. This year, with Joyce creditable results. Byington as manager, they entered the National RIFLE CLUB Third Row-Anderson. Lillibridge, Hu-ghes, Pollard, Warden, Lacy, Bullard. Second Row-Mayo, Tenmen Sun mons, Abell, Nolan, Hall, Lund, Whitney. First Row-Paterson. Price, Jones, Benoit, Hendershot, Knickerbocker Mack, LaFray, Fake. The Rifle Club under tl1e excellent instruction shooting. Matches were held with several col- of tl1e U.V.M. Military Department have shown leges this season. much interest and splendid ability in prone SKI CLUB The Ski Club meets at the Country Club every Monday and Wednesday afternoon during the sea- son. The wT0IllCIl,S Athletic Association has made available ski equipment which may be rented by the girls. Co-managers for the year were Harriet Pearl '45 and Carolyn Brown '44, both experienced skiers, Wlith their excellent aid the beginners were helped with the fundamentals and advanced skiers showed much improvement in their techniques. At the end of the season an honorary varsity was chosen. BARBARA BURNS, Ski Team Captain. FIELD HUCKEI' Field Hockey has become one of the most popular team sports among the Vermont girls. The Hockey Club was managed by Nancy Fawcett '44, with Betty Ritchie ,45, as assistant manager. Under the excellent instruction of Miss Barbara Crowe, former All-American player, there was much improvement Sl10W11 at the end of the year. The club was divided into teams which played twice a week during the season. Other years the squad has been invited to Bennington and Middlebury for intercollegiate playdays, but the war curtailed this as well as other matches which had been scheduled. 'I'h.ird row--Cheney, B., Hughes, C., Hughes, R., Mclfllfish, Ritchie, Mc- Cormick, Little. Second row-Wil- liams, Cheney, R.. Charles, Rowe, Euston, Hoos, Mansfield, Taylor. First row-Perkins, C., Perkins, P., Dock- stader, Fawcett, George, Perry, An- thony. BADlVlINTON The Badminton Club draws a large number of players to Southwick twice weekly. Edna Gates and Barbara Hall were the managers for this year. A tournament was held and a large number of members participated. Pat Crowley and Janet Hackwell captured the cup for the Pi Beta Phi House with Grassmount as runner up, Barbara Kennon, Nancy Flemming and Emmy Craven the players. Invitation matches were planned with the Ladies of the Faculty and with the Community Y.M.C.A. Group to left: Second row- Powers, Rose, Marcott, Bull. First row-1 Cohen, Rubin, Dole, Nolan, Lanou. Group in front: Second row-La- Fray, Hoos, Cheney, Hitzel. First row-Bianchi, Sherman, LeVens, Chamberlain, Mans- field. Group on right: Sec- ond row--Fritchie. Hunt, VonPaulscn. First row - Bullard, Bliss. Third row-Ashe, Boutin Nelson, Prouty, Bull, Lough- ery, Runnals, Swasey, Gillin- der. Second row-Tennien, Anderson, Schoppe, Hall Hart, McKee, White, Mul- holland, Fitch, Eisman, Rand. First row-Gustafson, Nolan Palmer, Gates, Hall, Riggie LeVens, Osgood, Geer. DIUDERN DANCE The Modern Dance lvorkshop meets bi-weekly to practice the art of modern dancing and to create original dance themes. The workshop is directed by Miss Ethel Hoifnian of the Physical Education Department and is managed by Abbie Fritchie ,43, with Dorothy Johnson '44, as assistant manager. Lilac Day, which is a climax of the club's activities was unable to be held this year, but the members are hoping that next year they will be able to continue the tradition. BQIYVLING 162 Third row-Yvills. Wfallin, W'arden Charles. First Row - Donnelly i Thompson, Brown. The Swimminv Club meets at the HY" where both beffinners and advanced swimmers im rove tlleir U l'V techniques under the direction of Miss Barbara Crowe of tl1e Women's Physical Education Depart- ment. The would-he 4'mermaids" have been working on formation swimming to music. They also s onsored the annual "S lash Part ." P Fourth Row-Ritchie, Hughes, Delano, Moore, Hotchkiss, Wallill, Witham, Dockstader. Runnals, Wedge, Baker. Third Row-Webb, LaFray, Byington, Burnham, Farnsworth. Kirby, Stokes, Mc- Cormick, Little, Starkey, Brownell, Mulholland. Second Row--Ashe, Provost. McElfisl1, Robinson Collins, Quinn. Hart, Page, Benoit, Gallagher, Perry. First Row-Read, Donnelly, Richards, Gawin Hennessy., Wallis, Schoelles, O., Whitney, Schoelles, M. Q a The new alleys at Waterlllan attract many girls to the Bowling Club. Mary Quinn, '44, last year's highest scorer, is club manager. Campus and invitation tournaments were played off. SYVININIING Fahey. Second Row-Hoes, Camp- bell, Walker B.. Little, Sanderson, Wfalker C., Lane. Butlles, Johnson. BASKETBALL Fourth Row-Anthony, Ritchie, Marcott, Hotchkiss, Perkins, P., Darling, George, Girl- dings, Nelson. Third Row-Farnsworth, Richards, Watts, Hartung. Lane, Read, I-Iennessey, Mansfield, Perry, Ehare. Second Row-Warden, McLean, Thornton, Cawin, Burnham, Taylor, Runnals, Walker, Smith, Buttles, Metcalf. First Raw-Litlle, Bailey, Garrity, Perkins C., Johnson, Paterson, Scutakes, McCormick. Basketball, always a popular sport on any campus, has many enthusiastic adherents among Vermont women. Managed by Phyllis Taylor, '44, the club meetings are divided between practice games and tournament games. Sorority and dormitory teams met ill a double elimination tournament sponsored hy the club. ,AA SOFTBALL ns, Runnzlls, Ritchie. Second ...nv--...,.u., um., u.......a..., ......e, Palmer, Johnson, Hennessey, McKee. First Row-Buttles, Fawcett, Byington, Mulholland, Riggie, Eisman, Lane. Softball, ever popular spring sport, draws a large number of girls to the lawns in front of Redstone. This yearis club, managed by Agnus Mulholland, '44, played many games and chose an honorary varsity team. ,. , . ivfgwrwffv r KKE 'VM NWMWTA 1, . fi, , fm-MU 1 ,1 194-3 Kake Wfalk Managers: Dudley Davis.. Bob W'hite, and Bill Benoit. Professor Demi as Master of Ceremonies for presentation of awards. LK 1944 IllllECT0llS BOB HUDIPHREYS, JACK BAXENDALE, Bon PULLEYN CUNIDIHTTEES Masqueradv-Alnla Caylor, Janet Hackwell, George Little Publicity - YV. A. 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Under the able leadership of the directors: Bill Benoit, Dudley Davis, and Bob Wlhiteg everyone had a most enjoyable weekend. The 1943 awards were presented by Professor Dean. First place of ccwzalkini for de Kakew 'went to Phi Delta Theta., and Delta Psi placed secondg first prize for the skit was awarded to Sigma Nu, and Kappa Sigma followedg the D. J. Nutter cup for the ice sculptures was presented to Sigma Phi, and Phi Delta Theta received second prizeg Kappa Alpha Theta won top honors for the women's entry of ice sculptures. The coronation honors are made by Tommy Keighly H W!! This trio made its debut at Masquerade: Trit, Betty and Mary Lib These contestants were caught backstage The Queen is presented with a cake Among other things seen at the Masquerade! D. J. Nuller Cup for Ice Sculpture was won by Sigma Phi 3211 X142 ieccmzf. 1 Tllli VEIIDIUNT CYNIC Fourth Row-Palmer, Casey, Donahue, Sutton. Frank D., Frank L., Moore, Fletcher, Fein, Samuelson, True. Third Row-Lillie, Guild, Jordan, Rubin, Burns. Nolan, Delano, Levin, Ashe, Woodward, Perry, Eisman, Sherman. Second Row-Needham S., Zwick, Goldberg J., Pike. Roeder, Little, Pierce, Needham A., Cassidy, Amee, Goldberg, H. First Row-Calkins, Boyarsky, Kelley, Robinson, Katz, Corliss. BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager .................. WILLIAM PIERCE Advertising Manager .............. JULIUS GOLDBERG Assistant Advertising Manager ...... LILLA BLUMBERG Circulation Manager ............ MARGARET CASSIDY Ojfice Manager ............... ....... P ATRICIA PIKE 170 Editor-in-Chief . . . Managing Editor .. Sports Editor . . . Feature Editor .... Recording Editor TIIE Campus Editor .......... Assistant Sports Editor .. F aculty Advisor ....... Rewrite Editor ............ NEWVS Alma LeVens Saul Boyarsky Lester Frank Keith Calkins Cecile Rosen John Corliss Justine Whalen Mary Perry Jacob Katz Margaret Delano Leonard Kunken Patricn Crowley Katherine Perry Florence Levin Bernice Lieberman BOAIlIl GEORGE LITTLE, JR. ALICE NEEDHAM WILLIAM ROEDER HELAINE GOLDBERG ALFRED AMEE . . . . . . VIRGINIA MITCHELL STANLEY FELSENFELD LEONW.DEAN DAAN ZWICK EDI'l'0RS Rose Woodard Julia Fletcher Lawrence Killick Sylvia Runnals Alison Carr Margaret Fake David Frank Ruth True Margaret Palmer Gerald Didinsky Jean Sprague Marilyn Eimer Stephen Moore Esther Gustafson NE-W'S REPGIITEIKS Elinor Nolan Philip Robinson Phyllis Fein Joyce Byington Trude Sherman Ita Casey B. Lippman Mary Ashe Glendeen Samuelson Cleone Riggie Frances Donahue Margaret Lillie C. Goodman Edna Gates Judy Marquis l Q Managing Editor .... Men's Editor ..... Womenfs Editor .... i EIDITIDIIIAL Art Camire Edith Colegrove Ray Combs Ned Crown Fran Donahue Marg Donahue Betty Farnsworth Barham Fiske Robert Hunxphey Virginia Hunt ll USINESS ll0Allll Business Manager .................... PAUL WALGREN Assistant Business Manager . . . . MARY LIB METCALF Advertising Manager ...... .... S TANLEY FELDMAN Eleanor Jenkins Circulation Manager ..... .......... I TA CASEY Betty Johnson Ruth Jordon Shirley Lampman Chris Lawson Editor-in-chief . ........ ........ Biography Editors ............. ABIEL Elll'l'0llIAl. ll0AllIl ROBERT WHITE THOMAS KEIGHLEY SAM OTIS JANE MCAULIFFE LOUISE JOHNSON, ROBERT GILMORE Sports Editors ...... MARY QUINN. FRANKLIN PIERCE Organization Editors JUSTINE WHALEN. JOHN CORLISS Photography Editors .................. BARBARA LANE Faculty Editor .................. ESTHER GUSTAFSON Art Editor .... SHIRLEY BUCKINGHAM SCIIUBS Larry Lyerly Richard Mcflaughan Steve Moore Shirley Needham Ronald Page Fred Power Vera Prince Rayelen Prouty Phil Robinson Virginia Rose William Styles Whitman Switzer Alan IVeess Vincent Iveluh Second Row-Johnson, Holden, Corliss, Pierce, Otis, Quinn, Gustafson. First Row-McAulilIe, Buckingham, Walgren, Wllite, Keighley, Metcalf, Lane. 171 . - v w Q V J ' v . 23 za Mil In ,N V 5 f mb if ., 691 Wx. , 5 1 1' sf i' 1 s N H, f E XE Q 5 1 5 ! Q -7 .A V Third row- AGGIE CLUB Second row- F irst row- Knight lrish Sinclair Urie Tremhley Bickford HOUgllHlJO0Hl Thompson Pestle Wright Carpenter Wllite Corey Duckworth Beebe Lunna Fitzsilnons Dana Foster Wright - Crown Eddy Andrews Earle Fenix Pierce UNIVERSITY CHOIR Third row- Second rows First row- Norton Southworth Cheney Hayes Colgrove Taylor Levine Squire Lampman Stockwell ,lenness Smith GOSS, .l - Clark Wrisley Lane Delano Vogler GOSS, R- Gilbert Prof. Bennett Maller Naess Darling Buble Paterson Price Perry-Hooker Nash True Fowler Farrell Thayer UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA F ourth rour- Third row- Second rou:- F irst row- Davis N6WC0ll1b6 Daignault - Colodney Darling Robinson Haylett Fifield Stevenson Campbell Walker Hardy Stockwell Stevens Miss Harris Giirrity Goss, R. Rowe Bnchanan Coe Lane Colegrove Mr. Anselmo Tirrell Frank MacElfish Mr. Pappoutsakis Boyarsky, E. Foster Chaffee Mr. Bennett ' Comstock Aronson Herrmann Boyarsky, S. Gardner Goss, J. Vogler Taylor Douglas Ballard Benedict ' . Holmes 7 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Fourth row- Lund Provost Goldbloom Rose Runnals Lyle Perkins Moore Casey Dyer Clark Lacey Third row- Leduc Benoit Eisman Rubin Levin Blume Fein Clough Perry Wllalen Del Guidice Lawrence Davison Hardt Second row- Nolan Dluibar Pike Wincliell Prof. Long Page Joseph Jordan Gallagher Gustafson Holman First row- Berkson Charles Feinburg Berig Strauch Isaacs Osgood Lillie Mulholland Jones MEN'S GLEE CLUB Second row- Levine Hayes Stockwell Buble Lane Allen Calkins Page Perry-Hooker First row- Norton Wheeler Robinson Goss, R. Sutton Goss, J. Fowler Wriston Earley GIRL'S GLEE CLUB Third row- Woodward Wrisley Nash True Johnson Taylor Southworth Perry Second row-- Thayer Lane Hardy Clark Squire Charest Delano Boardman Phelps First row- Farrell Guild Naess Giddings Lampman Corbett McLam Niles CIVIL ENGINEERS Second row- Workizian Gill Boardman Fraser Darling Clark F irst row- Tooles Perkins Pierce Puffer Stetson Stockwell MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Third row- Azeltime Crossley Bennett Lavelle Ruble Curtis Swift Pease Second row- Boyden Seaverance 0,Connell Hoyt ELECTRICAL Third row- Thomas Page McLaren Clark O'Gracly Second row- Wade Earley Holden Blodgett Nelson Turner Williams Diaz Reed First row- Hamilton Duncan Tennien Chapman Newton Stevens Daley lVIcClean ENGINEERS ,I ones Fisher Gridell First row- Marshall Ivaterman Riggs Buchanan McKee O"Grafly 1' mf Vw 33, QM .L Q W WN' , fmfl ' 55, 4 as gg x I i.. jk . ' E S Q HE x g ,ig 9 9' as R2 xl" 'ci ff it if gk Q sv x BLUESTOCKINGS Second row- First row- Needham Delano Easton Prior Close Palmer Second row- Wheeler First row- Felopulos Norton Katz J ordan Donahue Zwick VARSITY DEBATORS 177 N EWMAN CLUB Second row- Rome Cassidy Hennessy Welch McCormick Donahue First row- Witllalll Tennien Anderson Father Joyce Casey White FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Second row- First row- Croon Sinclair Beebe Earle Lunna Corey Bickford White Knight F itzsimmons Pierce UNIVERSITY PLAYERS Second row- First mu,- Page Amee Davis Pike Wellwood Harvey I-Iackwell Goldberg Fowler LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Second row- First row- ,I ones Delano Pearl Hall True Fowell Charles Sherman Pierce Bianchi Del Guidice E Y.W.C.A. Second rou'- First row- Deming Rubin Jordan Carr Savage Pike Brown Fiske Easton Maxfield Y. C. A. Second row- Amee Wheeler Perry-Hooker Fowler First row- White Earle ,I ones Harvey Prof. Hall ALPHA ZETA Second row- Tremblay Carpenter Lunna Corey Houghahoom Foster Storey First row-- Sinclair Beebe White Pierce Pestle Fitzsimmons Dana OUTING CLUB Second row- First row- Moore Fletcher Boardman Sutton Zwick Burns Denton Donahue Wfaldo JOHN DEWEY CLUB Third row- Second row- Gravel Watts True Cioffi Quinn Wrisley Germain Liese Moore McWain Lacy Briggs Perry Lund Palmer White Hoffman 180 ' First row- Sprague Pryor Lindsay Mitchell Harvey Doane Callager Collins Wedge GOODRICH CLASSICAL CLUB Third row- Sanderson McCormack Ginsburg Ziskind Needham True Third row- Gebbie Stewart Hughes Hecht Levin Ashe Rowe Second roll'- Anderson Stevens Perry Davison Eimer Flower Ballard PI GAMMA MU Rice J ones B urns Hackwell Page PRESS CLUB Second row- lvalston Hawthorn Loughery White Hughes Fienberg Crocker First row- Rolleri Fake Warren Prof. Polley Maurer Sherman First row- Schoeneman Wilxxett Eisman Cassidy Whitney Guild Fein 181 MITCHELL, PRIOR PULLEYN, BLAKELY 0QlICRON NU IN TEBFBATEBN ITY llANllBO0K HOME ECONOMICS CLUB GREEK LETTER PUBLICATION WHUQS WHO Among Students in American Universities and Colleges CLASS OF 1943 JANET HACKXVELL ALICE NEEDHAM HELENA ANDERSON CLASS OF 1944 LAWYRENCE KILLICK PATRICIA PIKE JOSEPH CORBETT JUNE HOFFMAN XVILLIAM ROEDER ROBERT F. WF!-IITE F. K. PIERCE MARJORIE ABELL BIARJOIIIE W'ITHAhI NATALIE SPEAR SYLVIA RUNNALS CAROLYN BROIYN TELIAS B. MOTT, JR. GEORGE E. LITTLE, JR. XVILFRED BENOIT JULLI FLETCHER APPBECIATIIIN At the close of this, the 1944 .ARlEL, the editors wish to thank all those associated with its pulm- licution: Warren Kay Vautine Studio, Photographersg George HeHernan, without whose help we would surely have faileclg Francis Colburn for the excellent oil paintingg Shirley BllCk1llgllE1ll1,fOf her untiring effortsg and our own staff and scrubs. ROBERT F. WHITE PAUL R. WALGREN 'Deccalsed October 9, 1942 yffhgaahlx I A 4 4 I 1 3 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q4 E 1 51 I '1 4 A H 1 V1 1 1 4 E i I 1 1 3 . I a 1 1 1 I 1 V 1 4 w 1 N H 5 E L i V Y , is f mf, ?""' f in I4 W Q- I fi 'NEA ,n .f 3 if X n ,LV - fx A - A x V' -L. , fp, -gg-, nw, 1.1, ,4- ,iss 'QW e G ev ,l Y ,,,. . S 4 1M A fu xx, W X Q g W 53 'ffl - -. 'S-fr 1. ,E x .t 22 ' 5 wi-, Q. im? 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Wham Vermont Men Meet 17 UPPER CHURCH ST. BURLINGTON, VT Reg,d Jeweler, American Gem Society VY VHWHIITIHW .afaiwgnm lllwlgll xi A ...W I 'Qin Tl-31:3 Qtr priuidge ana! .lufy The purchase of War Bonds is not only a duty but a privilege of every American. Down through the years this old Mutual Institution has served generations of Vermonters. We strongly advise the continued building of savings for less productive years. BURLINGTON SAVINGS BANK .1 ,e. tif-giiisr N -:L-'A if . 51, or QI fj - Ti' p I 'X :-Q rw-15 3 1' -1-y Q 5 , rw- fi ', 4 of fl., H Q -""'i:-EFL? 'qi' .,,,'- at 7, 7.- '4' JLIW J' ' "W" 'A "'D'...- .,,.. .f K ' - TAN x P, .,, tn. Incorporated 184-7 lllember Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation V!! V 5 f wg Vigil I E xxlzles fizi 'if fa '- jf. n f ' - L- 1 "' RQ, ' fi- ' N s K, 71,4 4 ',,,,, 'XR l fjyi, Ki gh 1? , I .f 1:1 Q' . .rn I-I '1 V - ,X -. X- G' 4 'li X L ,-- 'cf K 1 1 ,a' ' M Let men look up in hope The skies are troubled now and their traffic mainly the instruments of War. But there is a promise m the slcy for those who look up with open eyes. For the airplane is the messenger of Progress, the pioneer into new horizons, the carrier of Prosperity that will take all the world into its orbit. Part of that promise is being made and Part fulfilled at Northeast Airlines' Pilot Training School here at the Uni- versity of Vermont. Here the best of pilots are being trained for the big flying jobs of today and tomorrow. Here the Pattern is being set, perhaps, for university training for airmen in the future. The Pilot Training Division of . 1' . Nonnlsnsr H AIRLINES n or x ' .IN , fel.. I ll .'fJl.gr,, " V ,Av Aw u LW Iv n .,.,,, ,I A 44- J , 92. Ig M? 'ai xi- L. :,3M?'.',,g4tluv2 IA ' "" QU Q54 al" A Q' Jqdzvzu h '-it 'iq' ".- + - , 'w's,o,f?-,ge .f-HL sfs N, y Mt. 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ADSIT COAL CO. , EDLUND COMPANY BURLINGTON, VT Com-Plimeflfs STRONG HARDWARE CO. . - of - Wholesale and Retail LAUNDERERS 8: CLEANERS 205-207 MAIN STREET BURLINGTON, VT. IV SZYD E. B. 8: A. C. WHITINH C0 UZ MeAULIFFE'S BOOKS STATIONERY OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO' SCHOOL AND ARTIST MATERIAL ENGRAVING AND PRINTING CHAMPLAIN VALLEY Wllolesale Fruit - Produce SZ Beverabe Birdseye Frosted Foods i Also Cold Storage-Apples, Butter, Cheese PHONE 440014401 Individual Locker Freezers The Book and Stationery Corner S- 1837 BURLINGTON and RUTLAND VERMONT mee ABERNETHY, CLARKSON, WRIGHT, Inc. VERMONT'S FOREMOST DEPARTMENT STORE 1843 - - 1943 BURLINGTON VERMONT Compliments mf- HOWARD J OHNSON'S SHELBURNE ROAD BURLINGTON Full Course Lunches and Dinners GROCERY COMPANY Late Evening Snacks-Sandwiches Wholesale Grocers Soclas - Sunclaes - Food To Take Out ICR Are Independent Telephone 5035 Home Owned Stores VI L L L . VERMONT STRUCTURAL STEEL Compliments CORP. - of - FABRICATORS - ENGINEERS Structural Steel ' Ornamental Iron BURLINGTON DRUG CO. lwetal products BURLINGTON VERMONT Compliments Compliments - of - , of . VERMONT CLEANSING CO- FROZEN FOOD LOOKERS Inc. 1 MAIN STREET BURLINGTON, VT. No. WINOOSKI AVE. BURLINGTON, VT. Compliments - a u FRIEND Burlington Trust Company BURLINGTON, VERMONT Branches: Wfinooski and Richmond 0 Complete Banking Service Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Our Big Leaders . . . UNIVERSAL ELECTRICAL 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 Compliments Eat . of a . at Friend R3l1d,S VII 6 . As A ? Q C9 51 Six - sv N Q r ' fx 5 i i ' , s sc si" fe' 53? X .sf 4 5' x if .32 ii :S .Ss NN ' . 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