University of Western Ontario - Occidentalia Yearbook (London, Ontario Canada)

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EEN ALLEN GOUMWY P lxxmxxxmlumyggwxsgpmmx m I IVE SI ,1 O I NME- H E' WEE M, 1 Q U N G L J F' T Y ff 1. ' , .J X 1 - fi, 'fl mfiiiia ?' H 4 Q L- ,,. - 7 ,l,. ,. 9 :U U gi'n l - Z U Q O I ,X Q fb Y f v I X W PLONDON'CANADA6 The Students of The University of Western Ontario Present the 1939 llIIlIlllIiN'l'AI.Il-1 Record of the Year 1938-39 at Western Volume 13 WWWQAWMM 'l'IlIIl'l'!IIIIlIIi I fm if , al bv' 1 5 1 39 1, , . f 5 ' W M 3 X E I .1 . M:2, 5- 2,-:sffxw V-651271: ig ,T.'i"1 27.1. T xv? fi? 3 2 y ,ZX WZ it j iw Vw f R! fx . if l To Dr. W. F. Tamblyn, Ph.D., our clisfinguished professor of English li+era+ure, who has so long clevoiecl his 'ralenis and personal inieresi 'ro ihis Universiiy, conlinually working for Hs progress ancl who has immorializecl Hs his'rory in his anniversary publicalion, "These Sixfy Years", we proudly and afleciionalely cleclicale ihis book. 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If :iff-7'-3ff":I:::xv 'X 1 . 1 . . .-.'.'.,f- :, i vi Iv -S.,-- , ,, ,ax .. -g 1 sg: - . 'N " ' '-'11-,-:ff-Y'-1 'SI 1- lv'-Q - ' -4 THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO LONDON. CANADA December 1, 1938. To the Members of Class '39: The Diamond Jubilee has been much in our thoughts of late. What has the future in store for Western? What ought her policy to be for the new era of her service? These questions are inevitable and irresistible. Moreover, they are the same questions, merely cast in other terms, you members of Class '59 are asking in regard to yourselves as you approach graduation. I think I have the answer --one that can be easily remembered. I stumbled upon it the other day while browsing in my library. It is a sentence written by the late Sir Arthur Pinero: NI believe the future is only the past again, entered through another gate.N The meaning is plain: as experience has already shown you, growth, progress and success will always depend upon your own courage, alert- ness, patience and labor. This simple, direct and pithy answer may, if consciously applied, be of great value to you as you pass through the gate of graduation into what is but the old scene decked out in new trappings. That your passage through the gate will be happy and what you achieve beyond it worthy and enduring, is my earnest wish for you all. Yours sincerely, W3 uk THE CLASS O? '39, UNNERSYN COLLEGE 'four Nma Maker, Wee mam a Maier, 'rohows v4'x'rh v4'xs,rhxX eqes as qorx sek o rom her Xhreshohi on 'che Kong, Xonq 'rr5xX No ,rhe pXac,e where 'm ,che Xxskarxoe qour pakh es vfxkh 'rhe YaX0xOO'N. She hopes 'rhak 'che phhosoohq oi hv'mQ,, whroh, 'org orecepk he has earneshq Rr'reo ko 'rnsX'x'x, vlhx nowhere pXaq qou 'rahse and Xhak as arg Ymo 'rr 'rn you No Xeno a heXp'mq hand Ro a Yehovl vlaqrarer arirer khan qour ovm. XC. 9. R. NYNXLLE, Dean. mercy and e1Lar0pXe s 'rrrxoqe aXonq qou rv aq perchance 'oe he qou whose Xoao v0 To fhe Graduafes of I939: lf your fime and energy have been wisely expended during your under- graduafe years, affer graduafion , rfr' fhe manifesfafions of wisdom will be in fhe form of purposeful ambi- fion, eagerness for acfion, and skill l in performance. There is a place in fhe world's work for everyone wifh fhis equipmenf and wifh sufficienf alerfness i fo find +ha'r place and abilify 'ro keep if. i Our expecfafion is fhaf fhe members of fhe Class of '39 will be as successful as fheir predecessors in demonsfrafing fhis frufh, and in glorifying fhe name of "Wesfern". May happiness and prosperify be yours! DOROTHY TURVILLE, Adviser fo Women. To fhe Graduafes of I939: If is cusfomary, I know, for fhe younger genera- fion fo regard advice as cheap, and usually fo be ignored. lf may be fhaf fhis so-called new era of fhe radio, fhe falkie and fhe airplane has broughf wifh if shorf-cuf disregard of fhe homely virfues of puncfualify, keeping one's promises, paying one's bills, and doing a liffle bif more fhan one's job acfually demands. However, l venfure fo commend fo you fhaf fhe culfivafion of fhe old copy book virfues of honesfy, sobriefy, indusfry and self-respecf will have a greaf deal fo do wifh your fufure success. Sincerify you musf have or people will nof believe in you. Develop some forfifude when fhings go nof so well. Affainmenf of success is never an uninferrupfed pro- cess. Read Osler's "Aequanimifas". F. J. H. CAMPBELL, Dean, Faculfy of Medicine. -5 fl' '11 33 2 'Q 1 1. To fhe Graduafes of I939: If is a well known and generally accepfed facf fhaf fhe healfh of ifs people is fhe greafesf assef of any counfry. If is also recognized fhaf educafion in fhe fundamenfal principles of hygiene and public healfh is one of fhe firsf essenfials in healfh promofion. Through fhe feaching of fhese sub- iecfs in fhe public and secondary schools our fufure cifizens are being frained in fhe way of healfhful living. f The rapid advancemenf of Public Healfh presenfs an opporfunify for service fo humanify unequalled perhaps by any ofher vocafion open fo fhe nursing profession. We confidenfly look fo you fo make your confribufion fo fhe advancemenf of Pub- lic Healfh worfhy of yourself and your Universify. A. J. SLACK, Dean, Faculfy of Public Healfh. To fhe Graduafes of I939: "Teach me oodness disci line and knowledge." 9 I P The ideal educafion is fhaf which gives fhe firsf place in ifs considerafion 'ro 'rhe building up of infegrafed personali- fies. The aim of educafion musf be direcfed fowards somefhing more complefe fhan mere professional or vocafional efficiency, however neces- sary fhis may be. Educafion fhaf is more concerned wifh problems of effi- ciency and skill fhan wifh culfural values is sfricfly ufilifarian, and so, fo a greaf exfenf maferialisfic. Personalify ifself is roofed in fhe rafional nafure of man, and may be viewed from 'rwo sfandpoinfs, indi- vidual and social. Self-possession is fhaf which characferizes individual personalify: whilsf moral influence on ofhers, a man's influence in sociefy, on his fellow-men, marks him as a social personalify. Man's greafesf achievemenf lies in fhe making of self. Man can become fhe archifecf of his characfer, and a well-infegrafed characfer and personalify fends fo irradiafe on fhe communify. May you, fhe newesf graduafes of Assumpfion College, build up your personalifies wifh an in- crease of fhose giffs of "goodness, discipline and knowledge" which your Alma Mafer has sfriven 'ro give you. REV. T. A. MacDONALD, C.S.B., Presidenf. V 1 1, :pw H To fhe Graduafes of I939: If was Chrisfian Philosophy, wifh ifs insisfence on fhe end and value of human life, fhe inviolabilify of fhe righfs of fhe individual and fhe sacredness of human personalify, fhaf overfhrew Paganism. ln fhis age, when Neo- Paganism, under differenf forms and ideologies, is on fhe march and has succeeded already in reducing large masses of people fo economic, polifical and moral slavery, if is fo Chrisfian philosophy again fhaf we musf look for fheir emancipafion. You, fhe Graduafes in Honour Philosophy, are prepared bofh infellecfually and morally fo fake your proper place in fhis world sfruggle. See fo if fhaf by word and acfion you make your influence felf in whafever sphere of life you may choose. ANDREW P. MAHON EY, Recfor. My Dear Fellow-Graduafess Warm congrafulafions on reaching fhe nearer goal of your efforfs in your differenf fields. The besf fhing fhaf a bad king once said fo an arroganf opponenf was "Lei nof him fhaf girdefh on his armour boasf himself as he fhaf puffefh if off." Lafer a prophef broughf a promise of vicfory. The king asked "By whom?" The y prophef said, "By fhe young men of fhe V' princes." The margin suggesfs "servanfs". As fime reminds us older men of a day when we shall puf off our armour we look fo our youfh 'ro bear aloff fhe forch of Righfeous- ness, Liberfy and Service in fhe cause of fhe Prince who guaranfees Vicfory, be- cause He said, "l have overcome fhe world." C. CAMERON WALLER. 'V- 'Abe ,J in mul W ' ii pix it 'M K H '-U-E11-. 'T 1-14','.' -" "V 1 . ..z',flf.-" PFA- ,-.sw 3.4 .. ': -. VQQTV1' Leak!-.f'H,' -",A'.f .-L I."-3: -.- ?T- - ' ' Sq L4 - :""f--., ':ia'ui'o-3. - I .' . V1 L-'my' Nqr -.2-,V V' .4 g. - ...'. ,x3fv!,1y.,-3 vafjg-N..-'. X 3, , ' .V .I , w1w..,tg'n at ,L ., . ' ,h -:4'i1i- f .'...f s.r, .. :'-1. ' 3. ,-12 " .diL.j'-. 1,4'..,f-.- 1 . ,f"-.v-N '.-"q..' 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N -55 igftbw ' 9 s'1'i'?4?W1'?- 1'-T rrufeeziyi lf 'fiffif f ... m- 1- Q.i1iP'X.i3f' 1-TEA. .zfjg '- - ' !.j,?Q P3554 l'sgj,L,: -.", 4.1. 4 Fitllg .. flag NZ, Q5 H., g ni' 'IW QQ 3 A ii K Class ol I939: We salule you as you go lorlh. Know you whal a greal privilege has been ollered you? The rich herilage ol all lhe generalions belore you. Do nol lake il lor granled. Be gralelul lo lhe known and unknown benelaclors. Their bequesl bears marks ol lrial, sullering, sacrilice, even unlo clealh. This gill is a sacred lrusl. As your leachers shared il wilh you, do you share il wilh o,lhers. The more you give ol il, lhe more you will have, and lhe more securely will you hold your porlion ol il. You are slanding on lhe shoulders ol lhe pasl. Use lhis as a vanlage poinl lor pioneering. Thus will lhe creeping jungle be slaid and, peradvenlure, new gains enrich lhe lrusl you will leave unlo gen- eralions lo come. God bless you and make you a blessing lo many! FRED B. CLAUSEN, Presidenl. To lhe Graduales ol I939: As a newcomer lhis year, my range ol usefulness in lhe musical lile ol lhe sludenls has been necessarily limiled. There is, however, one hearl-warming lac- lor lhal gives me greal salislaclion. As music al presenl is exlra-curricular, lhe kindly response lo my suggeslions and lhe helplul inleresl shown has all been lree and sponlaneous and has come lrom a sincere love lor lhe cause and a commendable largeness ol hearl. ll is my hope lhal some day credils lor music will be allowed in our Universily and lhal music will lake ils place as one ol lhe greal laclors ol your every-day exislence. May your lulure programme ol lile always include a lair proporlion ol lhe inlelleclual in your general approach lo lhings musical. HARVEY ROBB, Musical Direclor. 5 F 1 I'- .,.- lg, ,Fa 'R 4. E l Cf A up 11557431 ,Q " f:i" r. U 2 , J 1 'E tux f,.j ., ,Q -.1 i. Q11 .fl .-, FACULTY OF UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 'T fi miyfi:- L, ALBRIGHT, EVELYN K., M.A., HART, N. c., M.A., Associafe Professor of English Professor of Bofarly fjfj ALLEN' R, A, pJ,,D,, HARVEY, w. B., Ph.D., n If Professor of German Asslsfanf Professor of Economics ALLEN, R. L., M.A., HENsEL, P. H., M.B.A., n g . Assaaiafe professor of Physics Professor of Business Admmisfrafion -1 :H .QI .fag-, BARKER' MARY R, HITCHCOCR, H. B., Ph.D., lnsfrucfor in Physical Educafion lnslrucfor "' Z00l09Y BASSETT, M. E., M.A., HUNTiEN, K. W-. Pl?-D-. ' professor of Romance Languages Asslsfanf Professor of Chemisfry 3-',g5.f:. BATTLE, HELEN, Ph.D., lNMAN..M- K-. M-A-. , Associafe Professor of Zoology Associafe Professor of Economics ggi? BERDAN, HELEN, M.A., JENKIN. H. E.. BA.. idk? Associafe professor of Bofany Assisfanf Professor of Romance Languages BJHNER, C. J., Ph.D., JOHNSON. A. H., PH-D-. iff. 1- lnsfrucfar in Economics lnsfrucfor in Philosophy and Psychology BURNS, J. w., M.sc., KALBPLEISCH. H.. MA.. Associafe Professor of Chemisfry A55'5l'a"l Professor 'V' German CAMPBELL, CATHERINE, s.A., KEYES. MARGARET, . u fnsf-,uafor in Library Safe,-,ce Associafe Professor of Secrefarial Science cARRoTHERs, c. c., LL.B., KINGSTON. H. R.. Ph-D-.. A f. Lecfurer in Commemfal Law Professor of Mafhemahcs and Direcfor of The Q Summer School and Exframural Deparfmenfs Jr, CARTER, DOROTHY, B.A., ,' lnsfrucfor in Secrefarial Science '-ANDON. FRED- M-A-I Q Librarian and Associafe Professor of Hisfory L " COLLIN, W. E., L. es L., Assisfanf Professor of Romance Languages I-lDDlCOATT' DORLS' MAH 1 Lecfurer in English " CRAWFORD, K. G., M.A., Lecfurer in Municipal Affairs UDDY, R. B., Ph.D., fi Professor of Philosophy and Psychology 'K Q, CROCKER, J. HOWARD, M.P.E., . Direcfor of Physical Educafion MAGEE, G. R., Ph.D., fr' Assisfanf Professor of Mafhemafics ..'. DAVIES, LEWIS H., B.Sc., B.P.E., jjj Assisfanf Direcfor of Physical Eclucafion MAINE' S' F" PPD" Associafe Professor of Hisfory and DEARLE, R. C., Ph.D., Direcfor of The Exfension Deparfmenf 2.1.3- Professor of Physics MCKEEI G. H- W., MDBIAW DETWILER, J. D., Ph.D., lnsfrucfor in Business Adminisfrafion P f fA l' d B' I 'O em' O pp 'e 'O ogy MONTGOMERY, FRANCES, Ph.D., DOHERTY, ELEANOR, Ph.D., lnsfrucfor in Romance Languages lnsfrucfor in Engiish and French NEW'-LE' JEAN T-I MA.. DORLAND, A. G., Ph.D., Lecfurer in English 'S P f f H' f?ir. f' 'O em' 0 'slow NEVJLLE, K. P. R., Ph.D., DOWKER, C. H., Ph.D., Professor of Classics, Dean of Universify Q 21-:I lnsfrucfor in Mafhemafics College, Regisfrar of The Universify DURNFORD, A. w., Ph.D., PEMBERTON, R. E. K., M.A., Assisfanf Professor of Physics Assisfanf Professor of Classics FOSTER, WILLENA, M.A., PLEVA, E. e., Ph.D., ,1 Associafe Professor of Physics lnsfrucfor in Geography if eLLLEsPJE, MARY, B.A., RALPH, J. D., Ph.D., insfrucfor in Secrefarial Science Associafe Professor of Classics GUNTON, J. A., Ph.D., REAVELY, e. H., M.A., ' Professor of Chemisfry ssisfan? P f QM ro essor of Geolo F' 'En' '14 ff Q-frfifif is 1 'y,.,.l. - Ag ni Kg, 5 . -yr: .,1, f s wg. 1 .-1-1 E.-F: g. R - .v sl 1- iz ' " -5.'y+y5':: 9Y FACULTY 0F REiLLY, E. E., M.Sc., Associafe Professor of Economics ROBERTSON, A. D., M.A.. Professor of Zooiogy ROBSON, D. O.. Pi1.D.. r of Ciassics Assisfanf Professo ROBSON, MRS. RHENA K., M.A., Lecfurer in Ciassics RUSSELL, J. W., M.A., Professor of Geoiogy VERTZ C Ph.D.. f Chemisfry Si , .. Associafe Professor o SLAGHT, M.. M.B.A.. Assisfanf Professor of Business Adminisfrafion LEY J A M.A.. SPENCE , . ., Professor of Engiish TAMBLYN, W. F., Ph.D., Professor of Engiish TAUBE, E., Ph.D., Assisfanf Professor of German fi FACULTY A ADAMS, e. A., RA., msc., Ph.D.. .1-. insfrucfor in Biociiemisfry AUKEN, e. W. A., RAD.. Assisfanf in Anaesffiesia ANoRus, R M., M.D., r.R.c.r. roi, Assisfanf Professor of Radioiogy 333. . ARmsrRoNe, J. R., M.D., Assisfanf Professor of Opiwfhaimoiogy, Ofoiogy, Rhinoiogy and Laryngoiogy ASHESHOV, L N., ms., s.cr.., A Associafe Professor of Bacferioiogy ' fill, ai' .5 BARR, LA. L., rs.A., M.D., insfrucfor in Anafomy , J-i'j.j BARTRAM, E. A., M.D., insfrucfor in Medicine, QQ: -'fifty I insfrucfor in Eiecfrocardiograpfiy 'i,?,f,I.,:2. BLAJSDELL, J. L., M.D., Rss., Senior insfrucfor in Paffioiogy and Bacferioiogy BLEZARD, J. A., M.D., M.D.C.M., Assisfanf in Anaesfhesia ROWMAN, J. T., M.D., LM., ' Life insurance Lecfurer rn 'Q'-A " GE J.' -5 ' 'v . A. URW ERSHY COLLE y THOMAS, H. M.. Ph.D., ' f or of Hisfory Assisfanf Pro ess ' f f-'.'jJ .1 . 'W M ' A M B A afion 333 THOMPSON,W. ., . . ., ' f Business Adminisfr Q' Associafe Professor o . . E DOROTHY, Ph.D., Languages 55. -any TURViLL , ' P ofessor of Romance Assocrafe r ' Women and Adviser fo WALKER, A. R., Professor of Bofany ER JEANi L.C.M. WALK , ., insfrucfor in Engiisii WALLER, C. C., D.D., Professor of Hebrew, Principai of Huron Coiiege WELUNG, BEA'fRiCE, M.A.. B.Sc., insfrucfor in Library Science WiLSON, D. J., Ph.D., Assisfanf Professor of Psycfroiogy M.A., 5' 'v .vi .E it I 11 2 .i,5 q.v". 111752. 'if 1' Q7 'H INNQ .fkx 2 E if 1..."' L L- Lf? if JL . f 'g fr? x ay: s L S91 ' 7.32 r 3' x - .. Q ,I-H . l, ,x r Sf' 7. L-,Rf .. .b I .Jv :Aw .K x 3-F A 0 xl L' - 1 I' L . f fs -. Q. WOODS, A., M.A., Associafe Professor of Mafhemafics .5 'Hi is OF MEDICINE is BROWN, W. J., M.D.C.M., E.A.C.S., Associafe Professor of Ciinicai Opfrffiai- moiogy, Ofoiogy, Rhinoiogy and Laryngoiogy BUSBY, E. D., B.A., M.D., E.A.C.S., E.R.C.S. iCi, Associafe Professor of Surgery CALDER. A. G., B.A., M.D., ' ' Medicine Ciinicai Assisfanf in CALLAGHAN, V. A., M.D., F.A.C.S., insfrucfor in Surgery CAMPBELL, F. J. H., B.A., M.D., M.R.C.P., F.R.C.P. iCi, Associafe Professor of Medicine, Dean of Medicai Coiiege. D F RC.P. roi, CHiLDS, J. R. N., M. ., . . Associafe dicine Professor of Me CLEGG, E. R., M.D., F.R.C.S. iCi Associafe Professor of Obsfefrics and Gynecoiogy ANE J W M.B., fi macoiogy CR , . ., Professor Emerifus of P ar CROMBiE, D. W., M.D.C.M., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Assisfanf Professor of Medicine Uubercuiosisi CRYSLER, W. ELGiN, M.D., insfrucfor in Anafomy lf ,. 'r z 3 ,S l K1 I J Hr r " ffl? 1 ' , ...L 1 .2. ff., L? 'W1"""- ' 'RZ , " 4 7? " 4 z 'B . .91 u' ' 7 FACULTY OF MEDICINE Eff?- iii' DENNEY, w. L., M.D., LOUGHLIN, H. J., M.D., Assisfanf Professor of Pediafrics lnsfrucfor in Pediafrics DUFFY, J. L., Ph.B., B.A., M.D.c.M., LUNEY, E. w., M.D., D.P.H., lnsfrucfor in Medicine Associafe Professor of Pafhology EALLIS, L. C., M.B., MAcALLuM, A. B., B.A., M.B., M.B., Ph.D., lnsfrucfor in Hospifal Adminisfrafion F'R.S.C.' FERGUSON' D. D.. MD.. Professor of Biochemisfry Senior lnsifuciof in Medicine MacDONALD, S. A., B.A., M.B., Ch.B., FERGUSON' F. Cu MD.. lnsfrucfor in Surgery 'Q' Assisfanf in Afwesfhesid MACGREGOR, J. A., M.D., F.R.C.P. ICI, LL.D., FERGUSON R S MD Professor Emerifus of Medicine i Assfsfanflin Aneesfhesia MACKLIN, c. c., M.B., M.D., M.A., Ph.D., FISHER, J. H., M.D., M.sc., F.R.C.P. icy, F-R-5-CB , Lf' professor of Bacferiology Professor of Hisfology and Embryology 2 FISHER, s. M., M.D., L.R.c.P.Bs., MACKUN' M- T-I B-A-Q MD-- if Q L.R.F'P' 8' S., F.A'C.P.' F.R.C.P. ICI' Assf. Professor of Hisfology and Embryology 32 lnsfrucfor in Medicine MCALPINEI K. Ll' M.D., I GEDDES J- H. MD. lnsfrucfor in Pediafrics, Vi Insfrugfor in'Medigine lnsfrucfor in Hisfology and Embryology .C GORDON, R. J., M.D., D.P.H., MCARTHUR' C-,S-L B-on , , ' lnsfrucfor in Elechocardiography Research Asslsfanf in Pafhologlcal Chemisfry GRACE, A. J., B.A., B.M., Bch., M.A., MCCAUSLANDI A-- '54-D-I CM- M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S., lHSffUCf0r in Psychiafry Associafe Professor in Surgery MCFARLANDI D. C.. M.D., GRAHAM, A. S., M.D., lnsfrucfor in Ophfhalmology, Ofology, Assisfanf in Anaesfhesia Rhinology and Laryngology HALE, G. C., M.D.C.M., F.A.C.P., F.R.C.P. MCGEOCH. J. R.. M.D., Professor and Chief of fhe Depf. of Medicine l'15l'fUCi'0" in P5YCl1lai"Y P HARRIS, C. A., M.D., McKAY, J. B., M.D., l lnsfrucfor in Public Healfh lnsfrucfor in Pafhology and Bacferiology L HOBBS, G. E., B.A., M.D., MCKENNA, L. B., M.D.C.M., ,gif lnsfrucfor in Psychiafry lnsfrucfor in Anafomy HOLLEY, w. J., M.B., McLEAN, w. J., M.B., gf! lnsfrucfor in Pafhology and Bacferiology Associafe Professor of Physiofherapy HUGHES, F. W., M.D., F.A.C.P., F.R.C.P. MCNEILL, G., M.D., F.A.C.S., 1 Assisfanf Professor of Medicine Professor of Radiology QI, JEPSON, e. L., M.D., MILLER, E. R., B.A., M.B., M.A., M.D., Associafe Professor of Anaesfhesia F,R.S,C.' F.R.C.P. fcj' F.R.S., 5-t JOHNS E P M D Professor of Physiology Assisfanf Professor of Pafhology MILLER' 5. J. C-I M.D., JOHNSTGN R A M D FA CS lnsfrucfor in Pafhology and Bacferiology Senior lnsfrucfor in Surgery MQRRISONI M. C., MD.. KENNEDY E s. BA Mo Ms ERCP "'S""'Cf0' "' Radi0'09Y :iid lnsfrucfor in Medicine l MOWRY, A. E., M.D., M.Sc., LINDSAY' J. C-I M-B., FA-QP.. lnsfrucfor in Obsfefrics and Gynecology if Emerifus Professor of Pediafrics NQRRY' H. T.. M.D., LITTLE H. S. MIB. F.R.C P. fc, lnsfrucfor in Pafhological Chemisfry Aswsfdfe Professor in Pedfdfffss RAMSAY, cs. A., M.D., F.A.C.S., F.R.C.S.fC1, LOUGHLIN E- L M-D. Associafe Professor of Surgery Senior lnsfrucfor in Obsfefrics READ, A. J., M.D., and Gynecology lnsfrucfor in Surgery ' i J- - .,. o. A .5 , ri r - 6. E ACULTY GF MEDLCTRE . . ,X ,QQ -H SULLNAN, c. P., a.A., Mn., msc., r.a.c.s., -. 9,2 3 REYNOLDS' KEXTH' B,A,, insfrucfor in Obsfefrics and Gynecoiogy , Research Assisfanf in Pharnnacoiogy SUMNER W 6 B A M D , . ., . ., . ., ',lL3Jsi, ROBTNSON, J. B. C., MD., M.Sc., insfrucfor in Pediafrics and I " ynsh-Udo, in Phygofhefapy insfrucfor in Ciinicai Therapeufics .E-rf' , ROOME. N- W-. B-A-. M-D-. F-A-C-5-. TEW, W. P., M.B., F.R.C.S., F.R.C.S. LGT, gi insfrucfor in Surgery M,C,O,G,, f'5j,Es,, Professor of Obsfefrics and Gynecoiogy ROSS, C. J. F., W'I .-'if 'fig' Lecfurer in Medicai Jurisprudence THOMPSON, S., MD., F.A.C.S., F.R.C.S. TCT, '. Professor of Ophfhaimoiogy, Ofoiogy, ". gl SEABORN, E., MD., F.A.C.S., - -"'.',llq.f Lecfurer in Medicai Efhics Rhmofogv and Lawngofogy TTLLMAN, VV. J., MD., F.R.C.P. TCT, SEXT2+i:1Jciy Professor Ernerifus of Pediafrics SHARPE' C. MIB-I WATSON, E. M.. MD., M.Sc., P.R.C.P., ' IM d' ' T b X ' F.R.C.P. insfrucfor in e xcrne Q u ercu osrsi Professor os Payhoyoqicay Chemxshy SHUTE, E. V., B.A., M.B., WAUD R A M D M S Ph D Dip. of Arn.Bd. of Ob. 81 Gyn., P ' "4 Pk " ' T" ' " if Research Assisfanf in Obsfefrics To essor 0 armaco OQY and G'Y"ec"J"9Y wi-muon, cs. rc., ma., Ms. in Medicine SKTNNER, H. A., M.B., F.R.C.S. LCT, F-A-C-P-. Associafe Professor of Anaforny iNSi'fUCi0f in Medidne suscic, A. J., MD., mc., c. of Ph.D.P.i-J., WJLCOX. L. D., Mn., F.R.C.P. TCT. ,ff Associafe Professor of Pubiic Heaifh JNSTTUCTOT in Medi'-ifle ix . SMTTH, T. H., M.D., M.S.C., F.R.C.S. iEdin.i, VVN-KEY. J- R-. B-A-. M-D-C-M-. 'E' ingffugfgf in Lecfurer TN i'feBi'i'f'l ii ? ff Q suvmcy, ev. w., Mn., msc., m.o.c.M.. wirson, J. c., mo., r.A.c.s., r.R.c.s. roi, K, iq Assisfanf PTOTSSSOT in Aggociafe Pfofegggf of Sufqer-Y - STEVENSON, G. H., M.B., WOONTON, G. A., B.A., M.A., Pf0feSS0f of PSYCi'li6'ffY Research Assisfanf in Physics and Physioiogy ft E ACULTY OF ASSU MPTTGR COLLEGE ARMSTRONG, REV. C. J., B.A., HORNE, G. R., M.A., Assisfanf in Physicai Educafion Professor of Economics gggfg BURNS- R913 F- L- B-FEM KENNEDY, Rev. v. L., M.A., L.s.L., o.Afch Lecfurer rn Economics Lecyurer in Hysyow Q COP' REV' F' BLAKE' M" Lmsunesss, Rev. e. J., M.A., gh, ecfurer in French P s my-.Q ,iz-A5 ,-54, ro essor of French DENOMY, REV. A. J., Ph.D., ,LX Lecfurer in Engiish and Hisfory LEE- REV- E- G.. M.A., Professor of Engiish DONLON. REV. J. A.. B.A.. Lecfurer in Reiigious Knowiedge MacDONALD, THE VERY REV. T. A., MD., f'.'g-EIT! Presidenf of Assurnpfion Coiiege ,-'f.AfSfQi"5"':f4f DWYER, WTLLTAM C., M.A., P Q .5 S - 1 jj, Lecfurer in Phiiosophy ro essor 0 mance A ,iggmgrgg emzysv, asv. E. c., mo., VQLQN' RFV-EH-A M-- Lecfurer in Phiiosophy ec ure' in ng is euimn, Rev. v. J., M.A., MALLON, Rey. J. F., BA., Reqkffaf Lecfurer in Romance Languages 2 r . Fd-1, ,J .sc - ' I - 4 ' , F fiifiif ,- ' '. , -ee' I . ':'l: .3 -'?Qy"-,ly .15 H .5 . '. 327' .Y-1' 'C FACULTY OF ASSUMPTION COLLEG L-A. iQ"fi.i3 ,?93:i MORAND, HON. R. D., P.c., MD., RUTH, REV. J. P.. B.A.. . Lecfu,-er in Economics Professor of Mathematics "."i'3H4R-' - "5 .1 'fig 0' -' tw' MULLIGAN M. J. M.A., T5 '- ' - SONBERG, J. J., B.A., Lecturer in Chemistry Lecfurer in German MURPHY, REV. J. S., M.A., Lit Lecturer in English THQMPSON' REV, G. J., B.A., NASSOT-H' All RSC., Lecturer an Latin Lecturer in Mathematics 4,.gf..i., WEILER, REV. A. J., B.A., ROACH' REV- J" BA" Lecturer in German Lecturer in Philosophy RUTH, REV. F. s., B.A., Youmcs, REV. E. M., B.A., Lecturer in Chemistry and Physics Lecturer in English and History is Vfvi 5. 73.-if el FACULTY OF URSULINE COLLEGE 2.2-Q' if? 15 if BRENNAN, REV. F. J., S.T.L., POCOCK, REV. J. H., B.A., Associate Professor of Philosophy Professor of Philosophy H" I I-I-' DAVlS LORNA M. S. M.A. 15 ' ' '. MOTHER M. ROSANNA, M.A., it Professor of Home Economics Regisfrar of Ursuline College. F MOTHER M. FELICTTASI instructor in French ancl Economics E- lnstructor in German MOTHER M. ST. EDWARD, B.A., ' FLANNERY, REV. W. T., Ph.L., S.T.D., gnshucfo, in French Associate Professor of Philosophy FLYNN, REV. L. J., B.A., s.r.L., S.Se.L., MOTHER M- ST- -'AMES' M-A" lnsfrucfor in Lam, Professor of English MOTHER M. FRANCIS CLARE, M.A., MOTHER M, ST, MICHAEL, M,A,, Pfofessof' of HLSLOVYI lnstructor in Latin and Economics Dean of Ursuline College MOTHER MARIE' MA.. THOMAS, E. .JEAN,.D.P.E., . Professor of French and Spanish lnstructor in Physical Education MOTHER M. MERCEDES. M.A., WEMPLE, REV. L. A., B.A., Ph.L., Associate Professor of History lngfrucfor in Philosophy Faculty of Waterloo College of Arts J 'A 3 CLAUSEN, REV. F. B., D.D., KLINCKI C, F,, M,A,, f Professor of Religious Knowledge, Professor of English President of Waterloo College DUNHAM' MABEL' B.D.l LlTgLEi REV. ?.Rl'l:, -D.D.,K I d Lecturer in Library Science ro esfof 0 e 'glow nowe ge ii and Biblical Greelz ,1-if EVANS, WELLESLEY D., M.A., ff' Professor of French MOELLMANN, A,, Ph,D,, HAUG' HANNAH M.. MD., Professor of Economics J? Professor of History, Dean of Women RlKARD, J. A., M.A., if Professor of Philosophy HIRTLE, R. J. E., msc., ff Professor of Science, SCHORTEN. REV- Hu D-D" Associate Professor of Mathematics Pfofesso' of Gefman 'Hifi JEFFERIS, J. D., Ph.D., TWIETMEYER, LOUlSE K., M.A., -rr- Professor of Classics Professor of French and German ' '- 15. lg .. 5 '. Eg rs , . Mil f'.'f.l ,.- L S T F '-wdaffyefaef' ffacapiiad Etxmm D -.S 4 NN --- , , Q... ' -ff, , M , E Sym 1,1 23? ' N'--.,- ,W 1. up 1 ,in , . I 'K X -L. -X ,L 'Ju " 2-'wmwww 'TEE' g E, HEX Q X X gg , Ei 1 5 ' WMM 'QWY EE?E 'W """""'! Z HONORARY PRESIDENT ARTS '39 -1. H A ...IQ- x if f l 1 14" 1 Us lui 'X -. i 1",- .Bi iff? " A .--:7 3,1 5 A. '., QT: ir f'."i'E' r T, . S' . -,, .-g- A '+ . - ,-,,:.5' , f a?:.i.v 1-3 'ffa 'vb , 'fp il. vt.. 1 p,.t.,d,,, , E -hair:-.t .A. ,J .. he -2. V'-t.a!'ie," at ',.--jyt. "' ' ij l,-L 3 -1 ' . -1 -5--3 .-'--.3115 ,la 7. 117.-" , M -.-51.73. P, K. ,, V . -.4 . A .-5: ' Nami- ii . ,. X. ..,.',,.Sg 1, Q.. --g.,q:S1 411 A FAREWELL MESSAGE TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF ARTS, l939 TO all Weslern Alumni ihis college year of I938-I'-739 has special signilicance. mark- ing as if does 'rhe close of +he firsl Sixly Years in lhe hislory of +he Universify. May a goodly number of Arls '39 be on hand 'ro parlicipale in +he "Second" Diamond Jubilee Celebralionsl The firsl sixly-year period has eslablished our Alma Maier on solid foundalions, bu+ lhe s+reng+h of any universiiy is direclly proporrional +o The loyally of irs alumni. Loyally +o one's Alma Mafer grows easily and nafurally lhrough- oul +he years of undergraduare srucly. To you who are aboul' 'ro close fhe chapier of undergraduafe life I express lhe hope +ha+ your loyalfy lo Wesfern will conlinue lo grow as +he years pass by. May an overflowing measure of happiness and success be yours in 'rhe new life which is opening our before you. Mos+ of us believe +ha+ happiness comes of having all 'I'ha+ we wan+- which is invariably quile a lol more +han we have. "Enough" we musl' have, of course. However, 'rhe more abundanl life has +o do wilh whal is in mind and hearl, ralher lhan +ha'r which is locked up in bank vaulrs. Happiness is locked up in you. If 'rhere is easy access io 'I'his inner slore, +hen you will have success in life ifself. GORDON RICHEY MAGEE lAr+s '25l, Honorary Presidenl, Ar+s '39, J. , .-'r- L . ,. , , 1 L' I - - - ..-.-14 1 574 L X wr . iw-2 - ' df! i ,VI " S ,: 1" ,N ' 'Qs -XQI, 'A gf? li us 'x ati ' , ' will ' r xgivfpi 'S A 1 , -..-.. w-1 'T - 9-5, xi ' XS IV. I , -Vs gui-'z 5 I K, as X 0.3. 75 u'. Jar' xp I' T QI sf, 1 J lt? fl.. "W- .R .Kb 1T. j,fL,,-' T55 fy.-T' , .1 .- by ' ,f.,-1, ala-, :fix ' -7.51 -. -. .J. ., A,. :ff ' ' shouTd be a wide experience To sTand us in good sTead Through The TuTure years oT our TiTe. We have been granTed The priviTege oT Tiving Tor Tour years among a group oT sTudenTs, in an aTmos phere oT ThoughT, sTudy, and divergency oT opinion. T'Tow easy iT is To Trace our deveTopmenT in This group. As Treshmen we saT awed in our cTasses and TaiThTuTTy Took noTes and read TexT books. As sophomores we began To chaTe under This, and ioined in The TecTures wiTh a Tew ideas and in our TinaT Two years we Tound our cTasses amounTing To discussion groups. From This we have Tearned To reason, To Think, and above aTT To appreciaTe The viewpoinT oT our TeTTows. We have deveToped a broader ouTTook, a maTuriTy oT opinion which wiTT permiT us To enioy To The uTmosT our own emoTionaT experiences, To know ourseTves, our TimiTaTions and capabiTiTies, and To show a ToTerance Toward our TeTTow-men aTTowing us To appreciaTe Them despiTe divergencies oT race, reTigion or ThoughT. We have deveToped a consciousness oT seTT and oT Those around CLASS TTTSTORY - ARTS '39 'Teach me To Tove and To Torgive, ExacT my own deTecTs To scan, WhaT oThers are To TeeT, and know myseTT a man. Hymn To AdversiTy--'Thomas Gray. T-TE Tour years oT our coTTege TiTe have TinaTTy come To an end, and now we musT scan our baTance sheeT and see whaT we have acquired Trom our soiourn here. To Took Tor TangibTe gains is useiess, Tor There are none. BuT wiThin The souT oi each oT us Kat. r 'Q I Z., . T ' if 1.4 ki I' N i L 1?-Q it-x his 'Q fx , p , 5 SI:- . Q' J, u.'Q', .N ' 'sa 1 2 4 K .a it f psi s s ja. . 4 fm. , KL: 4 '1 :gy 4 T. '. ' ,'.. 'r 'en-41,1 V33 ,j if' 3. . gp 1 'af 1' - i ,TNS .-1 :Ac "' - , X , , Hx- Q lx 0 RT- 4 ,r gf- T ,I .' ep J K a L '51 4 us so ThaT we are abTe To adiusT ourseTves To siTuaTions raTher Than TighTing The impossibTe. reason beTore pTacing TT among our beTieTs s Trosh we enTered WesTern in The TaTT oT T935 ho can TorgeT The Teehng oT pri e and awe as we reahzed ThaT aT TasT we were here and The big advenTure was beginning iT regisTraTion over Tha Tar Tamed TirsT da oT TecTures arrive wiTh a parade down Town moc marriages under The cTock a crowd oT us Te T ouT on The TiTTh concession To chase cows Ton coTTars and purpTe Ties middies and bereTs much TipsTick an sku caps ThaT appeaTed parTicu- TarTy To The sophomores NexT came The Frosh Recephon wiTh AT Keene and The beginning o many Tong Triends ips We burned The nnx T e nighT beTore The ueens game and danced To Mike Muir in ConvocaTion T'TaTT aTTer our deTeaT we gToried in Brown STudies and Took si es in ThaT baTTTe beTween FCB and CuThberT and were awarded Tree beer cerTiTicaTes whiTe Mary ScreaTon handed ouT cTean powder puTTs e enioyed DuTch CTeanser which chased aTT The ir even TT TT did come cTose To home Too oTTen The girTs anTicipaTe Disney and pTayed Snow- whiTe on SkiTTer-nighT The Junior Prom wenT Fred AsTaire aTer Biehn and Anne Wa den u ed our honour aT 'T'heaTre NighT and The Commerce Ciub mixed boxing wresTTing and chiTe- con-carne Pohce paTroTTed The drive To sTow us up an we had CommuniTy Singing in Room 204. cGiTT broughT Their hockey Team To Town To beaT us 4 To T uT The giris broughT The Bronze Baby home Tor Three years and The boys T e ssauTT-aT-Arms Tor The same period An as examinaTions approached we were granTed The priv Tege oT enTering The Tibrary by The side oors aTTer much discussion in The Ga1eTTe 'The aTT oi T936 came TasT enough bringing wiTh TT our Turn To beTabour The Treshmen and a new characTer by The name oT Powerhouse O ReiTTey e saw a Tew new TooTbaTT pTayers buT sTiTT no championship, and a Treshman was Tined Tor having a daTe. We received The annuaT - . T T4 FinaTTy, we have Tearned noT To accepT unThinkingTy, buT To subiecT everyThing To The acid TesT oT ii A " " ' . W ' 'd . . I lk B . Y . dy . - I k ' , T ' , E g g' . . . . . d H- . r 1 . . . . . if gg i. . h. . .. h . Q I 'ZTETTL ' . . . , H - H ' , ' - . W ' " " ' d. L . . . . . . . d . .. as ..-, y . .. . . . . .. . ..lW X . X ph X . ' . . A I . ' . It is l . . . y A . . . . 1 M ' ' , b ' " js' I H TT A ' . CT AI. i U c . . . O 3 o o 0 d ig- 5 'E I . . . . 1, " ' ' ". W 1 JL . . -A Nd.-2: ,xl .v-,. r.,' P, x I, -"ba .. tif. 'fr uf 1. Q .. . .x y J ',:.'1 L .- -. v: ., J Y 4' 5 4'2- A' ' i 9 - . 'T' frm, .3 44 A40 T 1 , ,LW SA' ,lx . :Jig T" F T 1 N bg: . -.5 K J ,ETL s '-'L I 15?--a, Yi af. .3 f' ti , .T I 3 if I' 1. . Z! x Ai, I Y i - 5 Y. .I s ' S ,r -x ' 'X s 'TTR . 5 s xv i . 1 Ti zyr. If Q. CLASS HlSTORY - ARTS '39 warning abouT speeding on The drive, and Room T9 sTarTed iTs bi-monThIy closings: The GazeTTe's only ExTra in Tour years announced The rioT of The sTudenTs aT McGill, and our John Loaring broke anoTher lnTercollegiaTe record. The foofball Team losT a hearfbreaking game in ToronTo buT we all enjoyed The parTy aT The Royal York afferward. The lnTermediaTe Rugby Team won The firsT game in anyone's memory, and a loose greased pig in our own STadium called Tor insTanT appeals To The Humane Sociefy. Professor Jenkin broughT home Two soccer championships, and a fuTile aTTempT was made by The Women's Council To have The sTudenTs wear gowns. The UniversiTy ArTisT's ConcerT Series sTarTed, and Then an aTTempT lalso fuTilel was made To pick a Campus Queen. The Carnegie recording machine was seT up in Room l35 Tor The beneT'iT of all The sTudenTs, Brescia had a "Swing Time", and The S. A.A. Threw ouT The Tlower peTiTion. We were inviTed To give fifTy cenTs of our cauTion money Toward a new band, and This, coupled wiTh The U. S. C. TheaTre parTy, brings us info The fall of I937 wiTh Don WrighT, BeTh Forbes and The smarTesT band in Canada. Under The impeTus of The famous "Kiss-picTure" The iniTiaTion died fasT. We aTTended yeT anoTher TheaTre ParTy and heard our Bev raise her lovely voice in song. A. K. K. had a Red- Head Dance aT The HoTel London and D. U. sTarTed The popular scrip dances in ConvocaTion Hall. There was an exTra ToronTo week-end wiTh a play-off game which we losT7 Don Redman played aT The Rugby Dance and Barry HunT and Porge Willis showed us iusT how The Big Apple should be done. We placed four men on The all-sTar Team, and Three girls received marriage proposals by mail from Sfrafhroyg Taylor fThe Thirdl kepT STudenT CourT busy on The longesT case in iTs hisTory, which subsequenTly led To reorganizaTion. The ChrisTmas LiT wiTh F. C. B. as SanTa, and The Co-Ed Prom, ThaT parTy of parTies, bringing wiTh iT head-dresses and handkerchiefs wiTh purple W's, linger long in our memories. Lew Davies broughT home his firsT baskeTball championship, and SyreTT produced The "JazzeTTe" in which everyThing appeared in reverse. The year wound up wiTh ThaT fine parTy, The Gangsfer Dance, as sponsored by The Commerce Club. And finally, This year, wiTh every experience saddened by The ThoughT "This is The lasT". We have a picTure of The campus, in OcTober, green as sea-waTer, supporTing The grey, sTone buildings and The colour-splashed Trees: The sTadium surmounTed by a vaulT of blue, The Tlags hanging limp, The full sTands hushed and The Teams aT aTTenTion for "God Save The King" by a flashing whiTe and purple band. We remember The valianT TighT for The play-offs and The second game in MonTreal which dashed our hopes of ever seeing a championship, and "Porge's" crowning glory as All-Canadian cenTre. NexT The Rugby Dance wiTh Trump Davidson and sophisTicaTed swing, wiTh The Big Apple and Truckin' definiTely passe. Sadie Hawkins appeared To give The girls a chance and The boys a break, and The ChrisTmas LiT wiTh Arfhur Lennox as SanTa Claus leaves us an amusing memory. Our PrefecT Tom FausT gives us afTernoon dances in ConvocaTion Hall, and we begin To wish ThaT we could sTarT all over again-The lasT baskeT- ball game, The lasT formal, The lasT examinaTionNand now iT is all done. Done, yes, This phase of our life is now over. BuT whaTa hosT of memories iT leaves behind, requiring buT a small sTimulus To bring Them back in full flood. WhaT a glorious experience iT has been wiTh iTs ambiTions and Triumphs and failures, iTs loves and hearfbreaks, and iTs record of Things meT and conquered. And may The memories of iTs joys refresh us, The experience of iTs Tasks aid us, and The humiliTy of iTs knowledge broaden us as we Take our places in The ways of life which we have chosen. J .lv T: S fr. if , uri --if., :Q iii- -' xi ' .TA -4 I ,MTA fin'- .,. , vw T .E-IS. is ,, .. ,. -P ,Fifi-2' emi.-5 11 -.eff I'- 'iz-' gf -l 'Qs' I if .wy- Q- -x ., 15' ,' A ll ,v,.1g rf . : -C AE. Auf" 'J gf! gfki ,YZF if , UIC QQ' Jerri: ' f sf f ff Ng 16? : ' A' rg Q? il ', gi , Q Fa' - ' . 3 S ,sr H' 'Q' 'T ls. A A ERNEST ALLEN WARREN BAMFORD Honour Business Administration General Toronto, Ontario Auburn, Ontario MARION ANDERSON RHETTA BARSS Secretarial Science General Regina, Saskatchewan Owen Sound, Ontario MARTHA ALLEN G. EARLE BARKWELL Honour English and History Honour Economics Wallaceburg, Ontario St. Thomas, Ontario ROSS ANDERSON ROBERT W. BASS Honour Business Administration General London, Ontario Thedford, Ontario cuss or THIRTY-NINE " MARGARET BECK MILDRED BRABEAU Secretarial Science Honour Romance Languages Smith's Falls, Ontario London, Ontario DORIS BIRDSALL WALTER BRANDIE General Honour Business Administration Courtland, Ontario London, Ontario ALVIN BELL WILLIAM BRAMAH Honour Mathematics and General Business Administration London, Ontario Hensall, Ontario JOAN BREAKSPEAR GENEVIEVE BOWERMAN Honour Business Administration Honour English and History and Secretarial Science Watford, Ontario London, Ontario """ Wm-0, -. , is ,cgi r L 28 E G BRUBACHER GEORGE CAMPBELL General Honour Bus1ness Administration Gormley Ontario London Ontario I. R. CALCOTT BRIAN CASEY Honour Business Administration General London, Ontario Honour English and French KENNETH CAMERON CLASS OF THIRTY NINE ' 55' L3g.. . wnha General London, Ontario -' . TS--1, g. , i-,f""' , IOHN CLEMENT ' "" GRACE COPNER Honour Geology Honour English and French Springfield Ontario New Liskea d Ontario FRANCES COPELAND BEVERLEY COUCH Secretarial Science General London, Ontario London Ontario ROY CLINE GORDON CORNEIL General Honour Mathematics and London Ontario Business Administration GEORGE COPELAND GRACE CRAWFORTH Honour Science fB.A., MDI Honour English and French Exeter, Ontario Strathroy Ontario .KL at Xa it 91 lf sr 'N-A .--nn, . x A AUDREY CRUMP Honour French and Latin St. Thomas, Ontario FLORENCE DEWAR Secretarial Science Melbourne, Ontario ALICE DER STEPANIAN Honour French and German London, Ontario LLOYD ELLIOTT Honour Geology New Westminster, B.C. JAMES FARMER General Windsor, Ontario TOM FAUST Honour Business Administration London, Ontario DUNCAN FARRIS General Glencoe, Ontario GORDON S. FENNELL Honour Mathematics and Physics Brantford, Ontario " i""" "' -' C -1 ' "Tm'.'7CE1"' JEAN FERGUSON FRED GARDNER Honour English and French General West Lorne, Ontario St. Thomas, Ontario HELEN FISHER ELSIE GILLIES Secretarial Science General Glanworth, Ontario Stratford, Ontario NORA FETHERSTON RITA GILLES Honour English and History Honour French and Spanish London, Ontario London, Ontario HUGH FRASER ESTHER GINSBERG Honour Business Administration General Tillsonburg, Ontario London, Ontario 30 -awww... Xl .,.tt .,, A X 1 t X ww IOHN GUNN GEORGE HARRIS Honour Chemistry and Physics Honour Science fB.A., M.D.J London, Ontario Windsor, Ontario GARLAND HALLMAN ROBERT C. HARTWELL General Honour Business Administration Kitchener, Ontario London, Ontario IOHN M. GUTHRIE G. HADDEN HARRISON General Honour Business Administration London, Ontario Kitchener, Ontario ARNOLD HARRIS ELIZABETH HARVEY Honour Mathematics and Physics Honour Philosophy and Kerwood, Ontario Psychology London, Ontario ' P. . ' ' it CLASS OF THIRTY-NINE EVELYN HASSARD HARLEY HIND Secretarial Science Honour Business Administration Tilbury, Ontario St. Thomas, Ontario HAEL HEFLD ALBERT E. HOLLEY enefa General London. Ontario London, Ontario ELIZABETH HAYES WILLIAM HOLDEN Honour Business Administration General and Secretarial Science Windsor, Ontario St. Thomas, Ontario ROBERT V. HICKS RAYMOND HORD General General London. Ontario Ilderton, Ontario 1,: .P I I '-i f "i ' in , ,, i an o r ,t,t , A i"' ,,,, f 'T X if A n A M, - v..4'--fs. x X f s. fr N . k Q. .,.,. ,.,, . ,725 ' - ..,. , 'Q U x 3I tak? I I' I "'-"9 'Q i lb ui rj' CHARLES R. HOURD IEANNE HYND Honour Business Administration General London, Ontario London, Ontario C. BARRINGTON HUNT ELIZABETH INKSATER BETTE HUESTON General London, Ontario General London, Ontario General London, Ontario C. OLIVER INGAMELLS Honour Chemistry London, Ontario ONNA HUNTER Secretarial Science London, Ontario HELEN IACKLIN Honour English and History Elmwood, Ontario r .. ' f' , ' - f. .3 . - 'A - -52 1' . .F--'Kaffe-'..,1L- .64-g.'1rkZ,xgw - - .4 fi A J , -fe BARBARA JONES Secretarial Science London, Ontario CLASS OF THIRTY-NINE 1 rymi IEAN LANE Honour French and Latin Wroxeter, Ontario ALLAN KEYS IEAN LEMON Honour Chemistry Honour French and German Zurich, Ontario St. Thomas, Ontario KENNETH IONES CLARENCE LEITCH Honour Business Administration General London, Ontario St. Thomas, Ontario V CAMERON I. KILLORAN ARTHUR LENNOX Honour Business Administration General Stratford, Ontario London, Ontario ' an 4 V ,a X at L 32 Q9 4 7 in mr, D' x Q X Q f . I f, . km 5. X ' K I ' I WILLIAM LUTON CATHERINE MacIVER Honour Business Administration Honour English and French St. Thomas, Ontario Tiverton, Ontario IAMES E. MCGILL D. KENNETH MacKELLAR Honour Chemistry General Blyth, Ontario Walkers, Ontario NORAH MCCORMICK LORNE MacKAY General General London, Ontario Kensington, Prince Edward Id. MARION MacINTYRE DOROTHY McKERRACHER General General Belmont, Ontario Northwood, Ontario CLASS 0F THIRTY-NINE V 'h 'U'V'9'fL'f5.'?17f?i1: NELLIE NEWSOME POLLY McNEIL Honour Business Administration General and Secretarial Science St. Thomas, Ontario Brantford, Ontario JOSEPH MITCHELL NEIL A. PATERSON Honour Business Administration Honour Geology London, Ontario Leamington. Ontario ELEANOR McRAE Honour Economic and Political R. G. OLIVER Science General St. Marys, Ontario London, Ontario MAX MOORE FRANCK PATTERSON General General UNK n n x ,K London, Ontario NY London, Ontario za A X f C, QW i W 5 If 1 , , , ! Q, f A f ' 45 if gf X XM S f X X .. m"1'-Q-V.. . L. It DOROTHY PHILLIPS EARLE B. RICHARDS Secretarial Science Honour Business Administration London, Ontario St. Thomas, Ontario DONNA-IEANNE RAYMER ELEANOR RIGG Honour Biology Honour English and French St. Thomas, Ontario Windsor, Ontario MARION RAINES IEAN RICHARDSON General Secretarial Science London, Ontario Tilbury, Ontario RUTH REX IOHN P. ROBARTS Honour Mathematics and Physics Honour Business Administration Woodstock, Ontario London, Ontario CLASS or THIRTY-NINE ELIZABETH ROBINSON D. EDWARD SCOTT General General London. Ontario London, Ontario S. IACK ROGERS Honour Business Administration Watford, Ontario WM. A. ROBINSON MARY SCREATON General General London, Ontario London, Ontario MAURICE ROSENTHAL Honour Mathematics and Physics London, Ontario 5 it 215 K at xx t 34 A A-d DOROTHY SEALY Secretarial Science Montreal, Quebec NORMAN SEIP General Paris, Ontario A45 Q111 Q 1: N ffm Z . A , ..,.,.,. 5. W X Wx nl L F W AUBREY SHAPTER MALCOLM SMITH General General Powassan, Ontario London, Ontario ELIZABETH SMITH ALICE SMOUT Honour French and Latin Honour Romance Languages Windsor, Ontario St. Thomas, Ontario KENNETH SIMPSON Honour Business Administration Ridgetown, Ontario ROBERT SMITH Honour French and Latin London, Ontario A HUGH T. SMITH FRANCES SMYTH General General London, Ontario London, Ontario 'E CLASS OF THIRTY-NINE MARIAN SNELL EVELYN STEWART Honour Classics General Londesborough, Ontario Ailsa Craig, Ontario FOSTER STARK JACK SUMMERS Honour Business Administration Honour Business Administration Brigden, Ontario London, Ontario LORNE SPRY MARY R. STEWART General Honour English and French London, Ontario Clinton, Ontario DORIS STEVENS GORDON SUTHERLAND General Honour Business Administration London, Ontario Mt. Brydges, Ontario 35 I--5 li GORDON THOMAS Honour Chemistry St. Thomas, Ontario xml ls.. ANNA MARGARET WALDEN Honour Classics London, Ontario BETTY VRADENBURG IOANNE WALSH General Secretarial Science Niagara Falls, Ontario Windsor, Ontario KATHLEEN VEITCH GEORGE WALLACE General Honour Mathematics and Physics London, Ontario Chatham, Ontario DONALD WADE MARGARET WEBSTER Hon. Philosophy and Psychology General Ingersoll, Ontario Charlottetown, P. E. I. CLASS OF THIRTY-NINE -- MARY WHALE GEORGE WILLIS , General Honour Business Administration London, Ontario Toronto, Ontario HAROLD WHITEHALL DAVID WOLFE General General London, Ontario London. Ontario IOHN WHITE ARNOLD WILSON General General London, Ontario Chatham, Ontario LEVERNE WILLIAMS WILLIAM WOOD Honour Chemistry and Physics Honour Chemistry London, Ontario London, Ontario -1-hxnQt 4, wif 5 36 IACK ALLEN WRIGHT Honour Business Administration Port Burwell, Ontario W H. M. CARIONI, B.A.Sc. Intensive Business Medicine Hat, Alberta 5 R. E. AKSIM, B.A. SEWELL F. HUBBARD. Intensive Business Bach. of Chem. 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J f z ' ,fx ,I mix f I 35' G X , X w lg' 'HX 1 TP, f"Fr ' Jing 5 pf 4 1:5-it " A tl- ii.. 1' 3gi'ii3"i' y- ' 1 r . . as A is 1 'W -' in N 1 ru 1 'f'iNxxiJ A5 'N -rl ,,,. .,q. a ' ,J 'ff :'Q1i"f tux, i gi 1 9 y 1, 1 1 'QQQ X 1 '22 . ffl- ,, his Z 1-A . 7--1-.. HE me sslon prac'riced "Ser ' service club, lon b vice above Self", 'rhe slogan of a popular g efore +he dawn of +he Chris+ian era. You, who are on +he eve of gradua'I'ion, will soon become members of 'rhis oldesi and grea+es'r service club. From Aesculapius +o our own Osler and Banling, members of +he medical profes- sion have won greaf honour for lhemselves and 'fheir profession by +heir ceaseless 'foil and endeavour 'ro rid +he world of disease and 'I'oday 'rhere is grea+er opporlunify 'For research 'rhan a+ any +ime in his+oryg bul, if you have noi' +he opporluniiy or inclina+ion for research, you can a+ leas'r be a McLure and deserve +he admira respec+ and love of 'rhe communify in which you serve. dical profe ' lion, SEPTIMUS THOMPSON, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.R .c.s. icq A .,gL'3i ??' we ':?- ,f1 :."f:.v'1u, ,i c:1j..-..g- ' .,fff?'f T -, --11511 ff: -Z' '- , ,1 . 2-5 '1-I . N-, - ..,, , ggiiirl' , '- ', T' is-.I ', -' '-Ji, "T-7-. '. ' .I-" -1, --n.,.-,- -4- r .5 'age'-'f': "' 'cgi ' 41.7" - cr.. .1- UA T1 '1 . ' 1 1 i 'W .g '- M 8 'L 'lk rw CLASS HISTORY - MEDS '39 I 'if "The secret Well of life to learni' -' 4.. '- - EDS '39! So we proudly signed ourselves in fhe fall of ninefeen-fhirfy-fhree, when, ambi- x- . .ts 45, . f ahead, we enrolled as discip es of Hippocrafes. Twenfy-five sfrong we were, Nfwenfy-five very .auf K. humble freshmen, "alike unknowing and unknown," our sole claim fo fame being fhaf we con- Q sfifufed fhe nucleus of whaf was fo be known as fhe "guinea pig" class, by virfue of ifs passive , role in fhe faculfy's experimenfs wifh a new medical course. Of fhe originals, a baffered remnanf 4. reached fhe Medical School, where, reinforced by repeafers, bolsfered by fhe B.A.'s, M.D.'s, and ifs ranks swelled by recruifs from ofher Canadian and American schools, fhe class of '39 began ifs real career. And now, as we sfand on fhe fhreshold of graduafion, we pause "fo casf ,951-' one longing, ling'ring look behind", and fo fry and recapfure fhe paffern of fhose years af 372, 1' Wes'lern, so soon fo end. Our memories of fhe firsf year af fhe Arfs College have been mercifully dimmed by fhe misfs of fhe passing years. Affer fhe excifemenf of inifiafion and fhe fhrills of our Hrsf infer- collegiafe foolball season, life became very complex, examinafion followed examinafion, crisis 5.-2 succeeded crisis, and we sfrove fo learn of aliphafic chains and aromafic rings, of Mrs. Amoeba's fx.- privafe life and rabbifs' inner fhings. To wrife of our second year in medicine would be super- af' fluous. No pen could do jusfice fo fhe memories of one who has been fhrough if, and no wrifer 5? 5 could describe if adequafely fo one who has nof And in our fhird year we resfed As fhe fourfh, fiffh and sixfh years pass in review, one cafches fleefing glimpses of pafhology pracficals, , of Dr. Waud's boffles, of dosage cards, of lecfurers defained, of long days and longer nighfs and .Y "W ii 5 yy' Zia' .' 3. 2' 35:1 0 U A33 5' 73" fious, wide-e ed, va uel aware of our obli afions, and fainfl a rehensive of fhe frials Q? y y PP x' fi l iv i' 'i 5. 'J if i J 'a s P i Y . ' vg- Q fl ? f lk- 1 Y X C ah J N of many a mad rush fo fhe hospifals in fhe grey dawn for our rendezvous wifh fhe sfork. As fhe B L., years have passed, fradifions of work, and more work, have been insfifufed. lf l And as we have worked, so have we played. Afhlefically, Cameron has played fhe sfellar role, his golf, crickef, badminfon and volleyball having earned him a place in fhe hall of fame. ln hockey, Calverf, fhe Campbells, Conley, England, Hill, Lockharf, McCallum, McVicker, Roszell, Sfafe, Sforey and Wollin have slipped and skidded, bounced and banged fheir way fo infer- faculfy honours, under Young's dicfaforial managemenf. Lockharf and Sharpe have fwisfed and i --ff fossed fheir way info fhe inner circle of grunf-and-groan arfisfs. ln baskefball and foofball, we if have always held our own. fPorf Colborne, we fhank you ll Socially, we have had class parfies 5.5751 par excellence, feafured by Knoxian humour and Weinsfein's musical rendifions. Dan Cupid has made fwo onslaughfs on our ranks and fhe members of fhe class are fhe proud fosfer- parenfs of fwo charming liffle fufure Medeffes, Misses Lockharf and McVicker. The scope of exfracurricular acfivifies embraced by fhe class has indeed been wide. England, Knox, Lockharf, McAlpine, Sharpe and Sfafe have confribufed fo fhe success of fhe Under- 5 , 1 fl 3 graduafe Medical Journal. Hill, Knox and Weinsfein have served fhe Gazeffe faifhfully as columnisfs and edifors. Boyd, Campbell, McGugan and Wollin have advanced sfeadily in fhe f-1 C. O. T. C. Miss Beal, Miss Gasfle, Boyd, Calverf, Cameron, England, Lockharf, McAlpine, 'll V if ' J. c 5' JF' McCallum and Sforey have served fhe class and fhe Hippocrafic Sociefy in various execufive ca pa ci fi es. 2' "V 2 Now we are abouf fo go forfh info fhe pracfice of medicine. We emerge as young medicos in changing fimes. War, polifical and economic change or sfafe medicine, all of which have shown fheir heads on fhe horizon, may bring abouf sweeping changes in our profession. How- -fg3"4 ever, no maffer whaf fhe fufure may hold, may we ever pracfice fhose Hippocrafic docfrines for which medical men, since fime immemorial, have been respecfed and may we carry fo If greafer heighfs fhe ideals and fradifions of our Alma Mafer. HUGH McALPlNE .E-1 ,- 1:3 Y .' 1 .Ll . . H u . 1, Wi-73""7!f Rl! 7- ffl- 1" 775 'QI fp,-1.9. 4 ' -2, fini- ' '. T. 125. ' wen-g -. F. fa' ',.r ' 1 ' -,M -- 0,15 , -' "..f' .. --+V 'fix- J-' f m. Q THE I I I I do solemnly swear, by whafever I hold mosf sacred: Thaf I will be loyal fo fhe Profession of Medicine and iusf and generous fo ifs members: Thaf I will lead my life and pracfise my profession in uprighfness and honour: Thaf info whafsoever house I shall enfer, if shall be for fhe good of fhe sick fo fhe ufmosf of my power, holding myself far aloof from wrong, from corrupfion, from fhe fempfing of ofhers fo vice: Thaf I will exercise my profession solely for fhe cure of my pafienfs, and will give no drug, perform no operafion, for a criminal purpose, even if solicifed: far less suggesf if: Thaf whafsoever I shall see or hear of fhe lives of men which is nof fiffing fo be spolcen, I will keep inviolably secref. These fhings do I swear. And now, should I be frue fo fhis my oafh, may prosperify and good repufe be ever mine: fhe opposife, should I prove myself forsworn. - - -ff -U 1:-13 ? I 5 .Ts . 5 .... .nigh 1 ' 2-fm :L ,lift - .' 'Sc 'L ,E . U55 '. - gf I--"Lu Q, 'l", ' ', ' 1-31 - . ,,... , , eaelffm " ?f4j ,m .fgqrfv A YI 1 -,QQ 'fa CHARLES D. ANDERSON KENNETH G. CALVERT St. Thomas, Ontario Strathroy, Ontario RUTH V. BERNSTEIN BRUCE A. CAMPBELL Albany, New York St. Marys, Ontario ELIZABETH ESCOTT BEAL WILLIAM M. CAMERON London, Ontario St. Thomas, Ontario NORMAN BOYD DONALD R. CAMPBELL London, Ontario Kitchener, Ontario ALFRED E. CONLEY MORRIS G. HILL Port Colborne, Ontario Moose law, Saskatchewan MARGARET GASTLE HUGH KNOX Milton, Ontario London, Ontario NELLES I. ENGLAND ROBERT HOROWITZ London, Ontario Jersey City, New Iersey I. OSLER LOCKHART Burlington, Ontario BERNARD GOLDBERG London, Ontario x 44 gs-at ' at R. GIBB MCGUGAN London, Ontario BERNHARD METH Saskatoon, Saskatchewan HUGH T. MCALPINE London, Ontario IACK C. MacWILLIAM DANIEL C. McVICKER London, Ontario Kingston. Ontario RONALD F. MCCALLUM London, Ontario A K Z gfigi "1"f3l'-k i:-713i 'i'A2:'415-23 f- Q 5' A fa -f 'J1F5':Yf-s'i?aP'f DAVID STATE St. Thomas, Ontario LEO ROSZELL Ridgetown, Ontario WILLIAM D. SHARPE Petrolia, Ontario GEORGE I. WEINSTEIN Brooklyn, New York Toronto, DELBERT WOLLIN London, Ontario 45 RALPH A. GERSON NONAS Brooklyn, New York HERTHA F. POSNER Montreal, Quebec CLASS OF THIRTY-NINE ROBERT STOREY Collingwood, Ontario YOUNG Ontario ,mm MM Y! 3 f RMA ,zmnqsgy RESEM ' ,ZSIQRJYNY ZMKQM5 W.. 4 Q W., if 'N - M it-W WK' mm,- M195 ff --,., i Y Z s I iw---W X Q 1 if ,. 5 -Maswz W 2' 3 , Q I , M-WM.N....W. .4 H . f , 4 xx P f-sy We W x M ,zgmv H - , ' was W I, www, A qw' xx ,wwf fl -1 x V gwssfw is Q' K vm 'T h-get Y A -f' H, - mvx ,,, ww-nap. w-- ,....,.,-.. A . W -- ' i.-1 MM, -vu. u,,,,,2.M ,.,. , A.,. .M- 1 muh M gvpquq-annum www' 1 .M - 'L - ww- ,,. Y' 15 .Q 41- '- - .- , i' . 31 Efij S .-' .,,4 Ll- sxf Q ' f'4i'- V i. -74 7' T. ,. G 'ff ..r' fli X. 1 A- -1 .Au gg - ,. if Isl ' .fill 3. , Q -- "4 law. U., il ' 4 55, 5 I .-fr' ' - x ' ' . JK t'.'1j A- f 'Z x--at -. -.- in ' . 5:13, Ili, www : ,I-fig! ,I rl L, ., 51??2 .+.,2.S f ' r A B' . 1 1-' 1 i A - ,- - 1 , '- 5415-U 'lfyf ,rg W , -4:53:43 , L .f 1- ,V jfgcyy , .92 1.4 w A V A U sw.. f' '5 ' V' in '... . ' M v , .,1,1i'd - 'I'-,J X. r Ms ,-MV' "'..'.P37"1 ' 'S' avi' V "W ' I Exgwjtfi' .. W, , 115 '--J-,if-2, ' 0 in f ,.5' W5 Yin- .,,,:.-lib.-.1 VU L :fb-y., F ,,,V , ..,.Q,':i ff' 'f'Vff .H"T 'Q:v-'1,. . , 133' ' .L A' pf I 'I.fQ:.' .'.,, . ' TO THE GRADUATES OF I939: URSING educafion confinues +o malce real progress in Canada. The frend fowards adequaie preparafion seen from our very beginning, confinues, and is a iribufe fo ihe energefic and enfhusiasiic nurses who have promo+ed if. Greafer numbers of young women, cognizanf of ihis frend, realize +ha+ in lhe nursing profession of 'rhe fufure +hey mus+ be well prepared, and 'rhey plan iheir educafion accordingly. H is a real joy io have a share in fhe preparaiion of ihese fine young women 'facing +he fufure in an exacfing profession, squarely and wi+h enihusiasm. We wish you every success in your fields of endeavour which seem boundless in opporiunify for service. MILDRED I. WALKER. 49 J Z, E H.. .VL ,U-V I 3 iVAV:. 4. AAb.E. xl V A xxx X N if at I I J t ' r . Q81 'N' ,S X r X A XX " IEAN AXFORD, B.Sc. CLARA BELLE NICHOLSON, B.Sc. London, Ontario Stratford, Ontario EVELYN LOGAN, B.Sc. ' BERNICE ARMSTRONG. C.P.H.N. London, Ontario Aylmer, Ontario CHARLOTTE COOPER, B.Sc. GWYNETHE TURNBULL, B.Sc. Port Carling, Ontario Komoka, Ontario GERTRUDE McGAW, B.Sc. DOROTHY ARMSTRONG, C.P.H.N London, Ontario Aylmer, Ontario cuss or THIRTY-NINE MAISIE BENBOW, C.P.H.N. ELSIE B. CARTER, C.P.H.N. London, Ontario Huntsville, Ontario HARRIET BROAD, C.P.H.N. ELLEN L. HARRIGAN, C.P.H.N Windsor, Ontario Lucan, Ontario FLORA BREESE, C.P.H.N. HAZEL CRYDERMAN, C.P.H.N. Walkerville, Ontario Thamesville, Ontario RUTH CAMERON, C.P.H.N. IRENE LEWIS, C.P.H.N. Fort William, Oniax'iO North Bay, Ontario MU 50 ffm 1 RUGIE NICHOLLS, C.P.H.N. EDITH RICHARDSON, C.P H N London, Ontario Merritton, Ontario CLARA PRESTON, C.P.H.N. Stratford, Ontario PHYLLIS THOMSON C P H N EMMA MARENTETTE, C.I.N. ADA VAUGHAN CIN Roseland, Ontario Windsor Ontario HELEN MCMORRAN, C.I.N. London, Ontario 'i'-5-' '-2 ' L' -' 4,1-'."f..' f':. ,.- 'f,,",,.:-' , ff-,", gli'-Q1-35: - CLASS OF TH IRTY NINE - ,.,--,,k,..4A,S.'J,p2- T 1 K , wri- - f f--and :swf Jig: kg, I -f. My -- " .- 2 1 Lf Fw: lstandingl Gertrude McGaw and Dorothy Armstrong lSea+edl Evelyn Logan, Clara Belle Nicholson, Ruth Cameron 'Qs 7 ww ,.... ,X 2 It 1 fiwfw 5I A,-! Q- 45'-Zin 2'c'5'77fLwf In 1 A .mfr -:slat 10' D49 JC! Q in .Qi 2-f-3 4 ? 5 3 s lx 'I 4 2 4 R 'F 3 1 2 2 Jw 5 ,.,,. ' 5. 9 .-Q 'ff ,L ur J' 'A ,I- Q 4 1" ,, 1 by CLASS HISTORY UR four years aI AssumpIion have come and gone. These years have passed IhaI iI is hard for us Io realize IhaI our care indeed happ . oughIs of gradu I' y vershadowed when o Ihe ways from f ' , and iI is a sound foundafion of high id ngendered in us by Ihe devouIly rel' ' beIIermenI Bec oured mcessanIly for ge and Irammg of our zealous insIrucIors, h ' c Io assrsf us, we cherish-never I I ' impIanIed ' ' our fondesf hope Ihen IhaI in Ihe fuI here aI Assum I ure years we ma p ion as shinin h ' , f . 3 I y ever look back u o g ours spenI in an I ' as ever been our 'd' I hI and condu ' an s ir:Iual devel 9 P ,. rung' 'H Q3 I fd 'ski' M' ' g " if usa, 31 ,V- " J ,af 1 ,QQ I MW! J., 3' N , :Mel 1' ,150 1' I .xi 1124! f. 13" X Hfi I 15? an - 'fi gf I r, 'f 'f 4. s' +-3' 3, yi- 53 . T' Y. :- I Lf x Y' s 1 gf' si .1. r li 1 f hi 'N X I I in our college car ced Ihis year in Ih Reverend H. S ' , enI priesI, an ins ' ' edly lefI a Ia I' ' ' ackground. She has Iaughf us Ihe id l safeguard and a mainsIay againsI Ihe Iid f ' wheIher ' ' ' have principles which a :on which we re ' We d gener for oI OVGI' U on Io differenf fields of work and Io ch , we have seen forIune b L . 2 .. J, so rapidly ers here are ended Th y ones and are onl o f a ion are we consider IhaI iI means for us Ihe parIing , riends, Ieachers and our Alma MaIer Io whom we have become so deeply aIIached. AssumpIion has indeed laid Ihe foundaIion has been e eals which rgrous who have lab ' . ause of Ihe Iufela ' ' mu h ' OUI' w o have sacrificed o ose sighI ofxfhe many lessons wh' rn our minds and hearIs :ch Ihey have II is p n our days a mosphere which h gun mg cive Io our menfal d ' ' opmenI. We now move anging inIeresIs. As in years gone oIh smile and frown on our acIiviIies in Ihe pasI four years. We have had our share of vicfories in Ihe major sporIs of fooIball, baskefball and baseball as ll defeafs. Debafing, drama and clubs have under year marks Ihe reI we as our gone changes buI Ih urn of Ihe Assum I' , ey ever flourish, and Ihis p :on year book. The one sad evenI ' eers was experien . Bellisle a ferv e passing prrrng Ieacher and a Irue friend who has undoubI- s mg rmprmf on many of our graduaIes. AssumpIion has provided our b eas which shall be a e o all IhaI is evil. As we make our places in Ihe world our individual desfinies be greaI or noI so greaI, leI us never forgeI Ihe ' been engendered in us by a Cafholic educ I' cerved here aI AssumpIion. eparI Io make way for oIhers who shall share similar beneIiIs which a school as ous as ours offers-Ihe benefifs of Goodness, Discipline and Knowledge. We make room hers IhaI Ihey Ioo may share IhaI influence which Ihe Basilian FaIhers have ever exerfed s in Chapel, LecIure Hall and on Ihe field of sporI. FRANK MURPHY. I I 1 of I I sf . I .2 5 .L 'S Il' fx I 1- "Q F- I-ff ll: 53 Ili 'E' 2? 'Lf 'P if 9 1.13 Xi '-In .E"' AEA! 1313 -.- 1, 335: .J av V L ,fi E? f ,v S ggi? .M 'ij' 1 f ...ni J, , .,, if k gl if STEWART HASTINGS BULL FRANCIS JOSEPH CHAUVIN Honour English and History General Arts Windsor, Ontario Windsor, Ontario JOHN DANIEL CASSIDY JOSEPH THOMAS EANSOR General Arts General Arts River Rouge, Michigan Windsor, Ontario DONALD WILLIAM CARSON EDWARD IOSEPI-I CRONIN General Arts General Arts Windsor, Ontario Troy, New York OWEN RICHARD CHAPMAN ARNOLD CHARLES FIRTH General Arts General Arts Windsor, Ontario Windsor, Ontario , I -' 4531-ij,egf1g11i2.2, 5 i"' "'e CLASS 0F THIRTY-NINE PATRICK FRANCIS FLOOD WILFRID JOSEPH HUSSEY General Arts Honour Philosophy Windsor, Ontario Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario PHILIP WILLIAM GUMMER JOSEPH THOMAS MacKINNON General Arts General Arts Detroit, Michigan Regina, Saskatchewan IOHN PATRICK GREENAN JOHN CODE KENNEDY General Arts General Arts Windsor, Ontario Windsor, Ontario ADRIAN MORTIMER HANNA WILLIAM DUNNE MAHER General Arts Honour Philosophy Rochester, New York Detroit, Michigan 1.5 will 41 56 HL .mn .- A HERMAN PETER MAIER ALLAN BERNARD MCEACHEN General Arts Honour Economics and Calgary, Alberta Political Science Sarnia, Ontario SILVESTER THOMAS MALONE THOMAS MARTIN MONOHAN Honour Philosophy General Arts Norwalk, Ohio Troy. New York JOHN ALPHONSE MALONE IOHN HUGH McKENTY Honour Philosophy General Arts Toronto, Ontario Chatham, Ontario THOMAS FRANCIS MARINIS JAMES ROBERT MORRISSEY General Arts General Arts Tiftin, Ohio Detroit, Michigan of cuss or THIRTY-NINE IOHN FRANCIS MURPHY GEORGE VINCENT POPE Honour Philosophy General Arts Windsor, Ontario Windsor, Ontario IOHN ARTHUR PHILP IOHN IOSEPH RIORDAN General Arts General Arts Windsor, Ontario Detroit, Michigan GEORGE RAYMOND PHELAN General Arts Chatham, New Brunswick RICHARD WOOD General Arts K Houston, Texas L KMA QQ 4, 57 N-. -JH" ' js , fm, X Y A .N V g 1 ' "T-.,, Q-.www 1 ' - 1 xx:-tg' Q 'e f' s rf 'ff lt"?9".-I ,,..--' wWMm m,uf .Wm-4 KQV, "-WAX fi' , " , J H r , ff sb 9 .. ,, W . ,WWW . ,mf -ww, '-:p a wn-+V: 'V . f ,:1.: ,, ,M m . , . V, . W, V .VV-W... , ., t . K ,. , , , V Y,53x,,f Wjfg .fy . 1 .5 V 5,.':,.'f:g-'wQ.V.V ' . - -V a ff' .,,,gf'yfff'jl"':"Y' fy -hi... V.,..,mf:Q , V ' TWV -..Vwy,. , .. M35 --x. Swv 2 N VV V 5, . Vwmfw V Q . vvv- V . . 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'10 .- . , 'Q - . x , . , f dig 1 5. V 2:21 y-6 5 f' . YA , fri, L 1 . , g ' v, 1' 4 -1 's .1 V ,. v, .,V.5:: .1 K If ' "ff ii? ,:15?1?f ' fe-f J f C. 'V j'-' , , - H' 5, 'Mx ' 'fglyw M, .ff?wv'f'Mv.fM"M- WW QV Y . W x , A Q A .,, , . . A ,. A , ,. , , , .., ., .M ,, , , M sb f f fs. V .,- U W-L 'N vw "' V. if 'M V 1 1 V. ir, - .1 4 ,ff X 'f Q',.4W-f. - 92.121 ,f Q. 1 'M' V' f - 1 'Ii -ffm' ""':'f' flizfsiizifsf, ' . H , ' 'V' - . ' " f F 7- V' ' ' 4' ' V V T1 5"' ' " " ' H QV f V '.... ......,. A f 4 W1 up f 50.5 LWQW .,...,,. 1 1 E T0 0UR GRADUATES HE College Graduate is invariably a "dreamer of dreams". She loves to scan the distant horizons in the eFFort to discover, beyond, the life-worlc which awaits her. But dreams, though pleasant, are elusive, and may blind one to more immediate and factual achievements. One great' mind has said that "the great business of life is not to see what lies dimly at a distance, but to do what lies clearly at hand." This, dear College Graduate, is Alma Mat'er's message to you today: Be alert to the need of the moment'-to the task, however homely, that is at hand. The deeds that are blazoned with blare of trumpet are not always the greatest. Those that are performed in the humble privacy of home are not the least. Christ was in the public eye for three years, but remained in the hidden Home of Nazareth for thirty! May homes such as Nazareth be yours to found and increase throughout an increasingly homeless world! A IX'-sm A ELEANOR ROSS CAMPBELL CATHARINE MARY NELSON General Arts General Arts Windsor, Ontario Windsor, Ontario MARGARET C. KLOSTERMAN General Arts Windsor, Ontario MARGARET MARY WOOLCOTT IOAN MARTHA WRIGHT General Arts General Arts Windsor, Ontario Harrow, Ontario 6I , . ,., . ix, 'F- AM AW .-uamnw ,M .Mvv-.wf....-fA Ml"'f Q ,, , 6 F' 6 f 1" .K KX f H . ' a .A iw W kia , xg! ., M, X A . X x x use . -ffw s M, A X Q fa. ML A . ' X, V . 8 , 9" 4 , ' , , 9' fxsf - Y Q 'Sf . ,wffsi-416i'3xiW 5 ' W ?'Q"f"i 4 , 'K xp . . , ,Q f , f - N 'RZ' - ' . :ak "- -Nff' W- ,M W, "xv 1 i+,,.1e,g ' -- -' K , af- 1 ' ' - 9 S .. ' Q WS P 4 ff' , Q J' ,Q , 4 , .y n 'K L, lf' -"' , Q, Q . Q ., V A - I A 2 4 hji, Q , A 1 4 , . 1, - .. "W ' lf," , yu.. Q 1 - M '-1 " My V "f " in ' Q My 5 , 'f ' 3955 A ,, gum .4 1 liku . Q V 4' ' g. ' 'X ' .63 W 1' ,. x 'I in ' 'x ' , :A d' 1" ,JV .471 ' T0 0UR GRADUATES Dear Graduafes of I939: If fhere is one fhing af which educafion musf aim, if is fhe formafion of characfer: fhaf missed, educafion is a failure. Today sfrong characters are needed fo 'rake fheir place in a world which is confused and bewildered wifh fhe many conflicting isms fhaf are being placed before fhe people. Canada is no excepfion fo 'rhe rule. We need sane, clear fhinlcing fo bring us fhrough. May fhe graduafes of Ursuline College be zealous, sane and unfalfering in fheir loyalty fo Christian ideals, and may fhey play their parf well in supplying educafed Cafholic lay leadership fo fhe Province of Ontario and beyond. This is our wish and our prayer for you. N uf- 5:1--,,3:,,5 25.55 :.,f:,5,,::-:--,,,,:5s -:Q -g-g-fg.gs- ' ' '- - .' .-3, 1' Q. , f f ijr f ra.-91 ' :w?lff5j,3?54? an ...T ,fl ,ie-,f"1,aj V x 5? ' A f ' -- 14'--f-uw V f 'iiili-'553i 'p g wqvv W V- MARGARET CARLIN RITA LONGWELL .General Arts Home Economics Diploma Timmins, Ontario Zanesville, Ohio ELEANORE DONNELLY RUTH LONGWELL Honour French and Latin Home Economics Diploma I-Ondon, Ontario Zanesville, Ohio RUTH MAY MARGARET MULLIN CORINNE TROTTIER Home Economics Diploma General Arts General Arts London, Ontario Chepstow, Ontario Windsor, Ontario 65 A' A - 1 no-wa ,A ,1,,,..- FWKVML7 M .3 F ,Y A. 8, Q 4 . A it 1 5 ,M v ,Q , iv. , V' ,Q. 3 ',' ' A U Na. 'J I ' 14 Us 1' ' 9 X 4 .I 5 .Am 1 .I G - g s 21, 1 Ag' 'gl Q. 1 . X V as , V ri ' . ' 4 I AT i 1 ' 1 . w, ' I,fgA ,df rl , "'-we - 5 g 1 l . x A4 4 at R L 3' ' 'Q f -. l If Q : 1: , ' X Q . ' --fy: L 1 ' 'fn , jr v ' 1 'R " V , 3' . fra .' X52 so 4' . t - 'J - . ' 3 an . x, 5 u . -Sk gfffk 6- Eyizfw A MJ' 2 MYQW N 1, Rfk' 4 . HK 'ffi-M R v::g..+-as A If '51 5. , ,F Q if 03 fa in .Jxf U.. it A , 'SQ --' rc!" ,V . 5' ' Mfr ,r , G! X, all 1, A .1 ali , I , if 0 gf E, A 2' , I' F 9 .5 Z V v , , f ' J X, ,ff n, , mips, 1 fs X wi ' -mul V dw , dmv-kv " ,Mx 14. f' as-fin . "T nm? CLASS HISTORY ligf i 1 19 3 9 1 --rl" ff'-Q' "'lv1any a good man leaves The Colle e fhis ear, in fhe .nw ., 9 Y relenfless progress of Time which none, alas, may sfay." A non. 'M' "'- 3' . . . . O fhe graduafmg class of Huron if hardly seems fhaf four years have passed smce fhe nighf fhaf '39 was puf fhrough fhaf mysferious rifual of horrors called inifiafion and given fhe ,if official approval by fhe "men of Huron". The nighf fhey gafhered fogefher and secrefly ploffed Q fo fub fhe sophomores, and did if foo, '39 made if known fhaf here was a year which had caughf fhe college spirif and was going fo be heard from in fhe fufure. H appears as if a oodl porfion of fhaf firsf ear was spenf in fubbings, bed raggings and . . 9 v . y . lg wafer fighfs. No one will soon forgef fhe weird happenings which fook place in fhe old "lnsanify Ward" where '39 ruled by maiorify or fhe nighf when if was conclusively proved before fhe house ' fhaf fhe Canadian Navy was a menace fo world peace. ln fhis rafher acfive firsf year fhe fresh- I' men greafly aided Huron's enfries in rugby, frack and baskefball, while fhey had one of fheir members wearing fhe purple and whife on fhe Senior rugby feam. As sophomores, '39 did quife a good job of humiliafing and subduing fhe incoming frosh. This second year saw fhem joining in fhe college acfivifies mor of fhe debafes in fhe comm VI I I e and more. They have memories on room, Sunday evening gef-fogefhers, Chrisfmas excursions fo icforia Hospifal, Thursday morning devofional broadcasfs and fhe Friday evening sing-songs when from fhe music room would pour forfh fhe rollicking sfrains of fhose old sea chanfies. The supporfing casf for fhaf slirring epic, "The Shoofing of Dan McGrew", was composed of sopho- mores. ln l-he sporfing realm one of fhe members launched on a harrier career, while anofher capfured fhe lnfercollegiafe Wresfling Crown. The ranks were considerably sfrengfhened fhaf year by fhe addifion of a fellow '39er, an aspiring geologisf from Sfrafford-on-fhe-Avon. The fall of '37-'38 saw fhe appearance of anofher '39er af Huron, a poly-conner who has been fhe bulwark of Huron's line in inferfaculfy rugby for fwo years. H was in fhis year fhaf "The Three Muskefeersn produced fheir famous song, fhe words of which of "Sfardusf". lf was in fhaf winfer fhaf o diffy "Od as inspired fo wrife fhaf sparkling anf ordife who forsook fhe feller's cage for fhe pulpif could b eard any affernoon brighfening up fhe hall wifh his rendifion ' Major climaxed fhe year by w' ' s on fhe accordion. The Sergeanf- 'ii inning fhe Mafhemafics and Physics prize. The class h as managed fo finish fh Th ' ' xf 5 e year infacf bask' e socrehes of fhe coll , ing in fhe glory fhaf ege have drawn on fh sfriven fo conf 'b accrues fo seniors. ir em fo fill a number of posifions, and fh h ri ufe fo fhe life of fhe college. lf has b educafion can give is fh ey ave een said fhaf one of fh e comradeship wifh fh fellowship wh' h an school. There is a spirif of n e walls of Huron, and fhis same spirif h b ' ' e class of 39. "l sfayed af Huron"- wh f ' ' were sef fo fhe fune T ne of fheir members w ' ' ' , e fo Snow". The Br f ' h x fi' " l e greafesf giffs A o ers of your class d F, ic develops wifhi fh as een evidenf in fh ' a precious memories fhey carry wifh fheml 'gy Q W. BIEHN L. A. NELLES Honour Business Administrati General Arts Windsor, Ontario Brantford, Ontario R. G. KENNEY W. R. SMITH, B.A. Honour Business Administrat Mathematics and Physics Pitters, Ontario Comber, Ontario S. M. HORTON Honour Business Administratio Kippen, Ontario F. A. KILLER Geology Stratford, Ontario '- ' -E f We STUDENTS' EXECUTIVE COUNCIL President-B. W. MARTIN IDIvinII'yI 4th Year Rep.-H. B. HAMILTON IDivinityI 3rd Year Rep.-F. A. KILLER IArtsI 2nd Year Rep.-E. J. RIDER IArtsI Ist Year Rep.-J. C. CLUNIE IArtsI Ex-officio-THE DEAN OF RESIDENCE MISSIONARY SOCIETY Honourary President-THE PRINCIPAL President-L. A. NELLES Vice-President-D. A. HENRY Secretary-B. A. SILCOX Treasurer-REV. ANDERSON, D.D. 70 D. S. PITTS General Arts Haysville, Ontario A. M. SWEETON Mathematics and Physics Atwood, Ontario CLASS OF THIRTY-NINE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION President-A. M. SWEETON IAr'IsI Secretary-W. J. LOARING IArtsI Treasurer-F. W. CU RTS IMecIsI DEBATING UNION Speaker-of-the-House-R. G. KENNEY IArI'sI Sergeant-at-Arms-D. S. PITTS IArtsI Clerk-of-the-Court-C. B. SANDERS IArI'sI COMMON-ROOM BOARD Curator-A. H. JARED IDivinII'yI Members of the Board-F. A. KILLER J. L. HENDERSON '-F W O 3 'I- :U O 2 5- Z U 9. o. no P W CD F F F r' CD f' 75 CD F T' UOSJSPUV ? U 77 l'D 5 O 9 2 DI K '1 9 U 5- 9 'U P' U PU 0 F F ET' -l af 'i O :l r' O 'F' 3 F' T' uw n JT of I 3 T cl. 'U :- G3 " Dr :- m '5ullddl puooagj MOH V 5- Z I- cn 'F 'F FE F3 I cu 3 "-'C o P P 3 an i cu CD -I- o S F' F O 2 0 3' + O 3 s- O 5 3 to C.. 'H 'selbnoq ? FC 7' QI '1- -I' VI 2 O W 5. J' J 5 i 2 3 ET -I Q. I O f F F 'I P P ET' Z f m 14 V FU 9.l98d .S la P Y? F O -x 9 T 'luuaH 'S P 0 EL 5. E0 P 1 L Qu -1 fD 9 P i E 3' 5. 3' KD -1 sf' 3 I 0 -I 'Q' O 3 . O :- 0 Cn :- 'n 0 C -I -I' 3' 21 o 5. 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As far as one may fudge, The archiTecT has noT adhered very rigorously To The sTyle of any single period, buT has made use of ornamenfal elemenfs from The Two laTer periods wiTh greaT freedom. The resulT is a modern Gofhic sTrucTure showing fine harmony and unify of design, mainly dependenT on The old models, buT displaying several decoraTive feaTures which are sTrikingly original. The chapel is noT large and rafher shorT for iTs heighT, alfhough This is To be expecTed in a building which does noT sTand alone. An arcade of slender, engaged columns, separaTed by The high windows, carries The eye down To The semi-circular apse, from The ceiling of which hangs a fine oak TesTer painTed in blue, red and gold. The vaulTing of The whole chapel is The graceful and elaboraTe fan-vaulTing of The laTer sfages of English GoThic and shows The characTerisTic Tendency of being somewhaf flaTTened or barrel-shaped. In The cenTre of The apse, The floor of which is raised by several sfeps, sTands The main alTar, The focus poinT in every Gofhic church. A young lTalian arTisT from New York is responsible for The design of This alTar. IT is a simple marble Table surmounTed by a sTone TurreT carrying a bronze spire. There is no reredos, nor any adclifional ornamenT save The six massive bronze candlesTicks in blue and gold wiTh crucifix To maTch. The design is very fine in iTself and has The greaT meriT of suiTing iTself well To The size of The chapel, permiTTing a view of The five smaller alTars in Their niches round abouT The apse and Thus giving an effecT of greafer spaciousness. To The leTT of The main allar sTands The episcopa! Throne, a fine piece of carving in dark oak. The enTire chapel is panelled in This wood for abouT one-Third of iTs heighT and The heavy choir-sTalls are of The same maTerial. The ends of The benches in The sTalls are ornamenTed wiTh figures of angels, The work of Bavarian wood-carvers employed by a Canadian TTrm, while above, along The Top of The oak panelling, a row of angels bearing shields runs round The enTire chapel. These German crafTsmen have conTribuTed many oTher inTeresTing biTs of decoraTion To The chapel, such as The fine cherubs on The pulpiT, The series of plaques in unfinished oak which form The alTar-pieces of four of The side-alTars, and also The sfriking sTaTue of Chrisf The King over The alTar of The Blessed Sacramenf. lT is unforfu- naTe ThaT space does noT permif a fuller descripfion of Their work. Finally There is The sTained glass, which is of course The chief decoraTive feafure of The uilding. The high double-windows Take up fully Two-Thirds of The enTire wall-space, and com- J ,. TT L" I.. PF i '3 ,F '.', 1 5'3- , . . I-E -qf, 'iff 1 215: 'T 4' K ' jitr. - "f .: J' g, .sf .Q-.51 ,E .1 Lf' 'g - '.:n1"r me ..f""J 4 i' N X-- 'sg-3 '41 I va, . .5 P .. H 9: Q "WIT .F 'U -V13-,' 2' "1 ,, . fi' TTR ff, 3- 1 4' JT I ., a -g ' 'LI ,Sn ,a ,uf IT? '. . WLT . .v S nf? ,' '54 4. ,M--'91 T' l fa . .h all s 7 1 gi 11 B: r ,. M ri vs, rg 'C 2 5" ST. PETETFS SEMTNARY CHAPEL ieTeiy encircie The chapei. The quahTy oT The giass is good aiThough some obrecTion mighT be n in The coiour-scheme. The subiecTs represenTed are T r h ome oT The me a made To The prep The mosT parT porTraiTs oT The greaT docTors and missionarie iions being oT pecuiiar inTeresT, such as ThaT depicTing The preaching oT The eariy JesuiTs in Canada, or anoTher represenTing ST. Francis Xavier in Japan The chapei is a buiiding noT wiThouT TauiTs some oT Them archiTecTuraTiy raTher Tundamen a buT oniy a visiT can reveai The graceTui uniTy oT design and The dehcaTe harmony oT coiour which ' iT houid be seen iaTe on a sunny aTTernoon. When The iighT is mosT i auiTing, The TainT Touches The archiTecT has achieved. s Th amber-TinTed waiis, The graceTu v and biended in The Tavourabie, T e ' ic and The organ-o , I ' seems Tiiied wiT .3 'ss 7,1 t E 1 . X s . yn 4 fr- , we f. -' I'hx ,I T fi QQ 5 if sw :I .1 lip- , . - 'I' vi 42?- T f :wr P , ' 0 f. . - 42' onderance oT gree o ,gt .A .I ' s oT The Churc , s d i- -LTL , ' fer .1 fr. V, A 5 .iff o X 'qai 'kg ' ' ' , T i, '- M- T Q' . AT I3 I i ,x h daric woodwork, e .F . i TT seem caughT up I ' h ii Z4 Ter The candiesTic s T i be ond expression, T coiour in The Tes , 'r and grace u Y id GoThic sTyie o quieT giow oT The windows. The inTerior, ai y a haze oT coiour: One is Torced To admiT ThaT The incomparabie charm oT The o more Than iusTiTies The aTTempTs oT our own archiTecTs To bring iT back. a Y' , 1? an 4-n Q r 'I 'N 4 YH' s. J, .ig gains A 1 .Qivf .alr- s i -inf! rg., I . La ri ' 9'-,Q J 35" s . 1. ,rw 1- Pi . v "y 1,-.Wi . rl, f , 458, F "wi .1 .". .' Ax:-, .5 plwwi v-' 11, vw gr! tisfnkls Hs,-A ,Z ,I . i' ' I 1 .3 Il 'A Trai T- : UP' ,1 xr T . qi. T '11 T! K1 .4 . 1115 4 1 :Nigga-4, ' T , F, ln N I ,v 5 15 I 5 1 r -51. 'I C4-. 'YF' ' -71-iff? 1 5:5 " - 'f's'1ieE ' 3-' - VQ ',1zE.',.i '?-'- L5 ,, . -I . . Ei .5 FT 3 I .,,., 4 'Z +, IAMES CARRIGAN Honour Philosophy Woodstock, Ontario REGINALD CARROLL Honour Philosophy Fort William, Ontazio MICHAEL DWYER Honour Philosophy Mitchell, Ontario IEROME CASEY Honour Philosophy Scranton, Pennsylvania EDWARD KENNEDY Honour Philosophy Fort William, Ontario IOSEPH CORMYLO Honour Philosophy Kenora, Ontario .-Y. - " 'ff'-:"'was-1-ff,i-V-'-'as---'f.: 1'-4-'ssflfs'- .-:i-af ' '-1-'tum I We aa- ' P'21'fqa1+4Ev4:+? ' 'J-3 ws--ei: -111-""'i2Gm: if - , - -. w'f4.,. .,,.-a:,.,a, ELLWYN MORRIS Honour Philosophy Stalta, Ontario I. I. KOWALKIEWICZ Honour Philosophy Hudson, Pennsylvania CHARLES MARENTETTE Honour Philosophy Windsor, Ontario CLASS OF THIRTY-NINE IOHN PROKOPOVITSH Honour Philosophy Taylor, Pennsylvania CHARLES O'DONNELL Honour Philosophy Sugar Notch, Pennsylvania IOHN ROENICKE Honour Philosophy Fort William, Ontario if. A 77 IOSEPH REGULY Honour Philosophy Fort William, Ontario 6 'z i Q Q A as ., '. x 'kffixfizff ff' .1.x, . fs'-r1"C ,,,ff:.nt J? X WHS m Q? 'fi ff' ,A 3'- 45.6.1 S. A Sk 1 iz," 1,-fl, HONORARY PRESIDENT '39 ,.: 5-nj, g ii " 1 54 1- '1 'I' 'o y x Yxxfit, N 14155 i la ,ALI , 5' ,yv -. Q 1 v in , . . X Uv' . ,s ,tex if ,l gl . 9 A x 2' s V- 1 :H 'ssl lx ' vi' 26" 'v N1 'Biz'--. 'l -Qin. ,N-. -vs l lg! 1 Fr, . ' ui . .N L iii wk 1 ' ca., 7 'mix 4 'i . 4' 1 y". 2 O lf Y.- . qt v " H ng '65 . 1 1 I 1? 1' .14 42, .iw - . 5-4 x .F W 'p??K5 I' 'K MH .Ls 25. F' PH. I' Ln, . -Q LAX- 'Q 1 , i'-Liu ' y ,f , ' ri m 31-yn fifyj :',:-Jw 1,4- ' if 9 C. :jk 'ill-f. 'X h K :'1"l.ilp. ' '. fy P. ,.-,.:i-Jiiii' . aff'-Iii-1'.'5J ' Ai' 7 -ff-w,-5.-zf-.:ff-- :s if2':':'-fif11.15,-2+ -' 'L VL 11139 ai--'K -123, AQ. ' -is ,.-1-3' -9,1 ,Mx To fhe Class of '39: MONG +he graduafing classes which Waferloo College has "sen+ oui' info life" you ranlc as l'he fhirleenlh. l do no+ believe +ha'r you will worry aboui ihe ill omen. Having characrer, you have had +he oppor+uni'ry io add a religion and a philosophy which laugh ai' supers+i+ions of good or bad luclc. You know 'rhaf 'l'he "life" abouf which valedicforians speak so glibly is noi a sweeps+alce or a bingo game. You have learned +ha+ success responds +o eFFor+ and misfor+une succumbs +o courage. I have seen you conquer 'rhe College Cord deficii, win ou+ agains+ odds in a baslce+ball game, and even masler English 40! Black ca+s and unlucky numbers mean nofhing fo you. Go oul' and win! We will wa'rch and cheer from 'ihe sidelines. CARL F. KLINCK. X ' I 4 NELSON A. ALLES General Arts Preston. Ontario L-. CLIFTON L. MONK General Arts Elmwood. Ontario ARNOLD LEO CONRAD HENRY F. NUHN General Arts General Arts Bridgewater, Nova Scotia Ayton. Ontario ALVIN IOHN BAETZ General Arts Ayton. Ontario IOHN M. HARPER General Arts Waterloo. Ontario - '- -- " ' ' . - Q I , -- ,,:.,.-.'g',. -rf: zglrgig ,,:,:-::.g:.fa 5.x -:I-H-1,3 :- 5 5. -1, 3 "f , .'-s1?,.5Afjg1Qa::- . .. 1... J , JL 2--ff, ggjfgij, 3, 31 1. 1 -1.1 1-ww--r-ft:-1 . ., ,. .,. QW. . 5, fr., LAURANT A. REICHARD General Arts Elmira, Ontario ELAINE SMITH Honour French and Latin Kitchener, Ontario SELMA SCHMIDT General Arts Kitchener, Ontario 83 I. F. NEUDOERI-'I-'ER General Arts Madras. India MARGARET PLETSCI-I General Arts Stratford. Ontario CLASS OF THIRTY-NINE MARY ELIZABETH SMITH General Arts New Hamburg, Ontario RALPH TAILBY General Arts Kitchener, Ontario ROBERT TEGLER General Arts Carlsruhe, Ontario Q-s. ATHENAEUM EXECUTIVES Sfanding llefr 'ro righrlx Prof. James Rlkard, James Dauphinee, Beverley Pugh, Lloyd Winhold, Emil Diersclwe Prof. Alber+ Moellmann. Seared lle'F+ ro rigl1+l: Jack Harper lPresiden+ ll Semesrerl, Jean Kellerman, Claire Pope, Clilron Monk lPresu den+ I Semesferl. ilfli-'-FLY: ll -7 , ., . N., . fl- Y r 11. 1 air., -s I R' l lx 'L-:Tiff Bi, .gif .e ff'gtZ?g'i3fl'f 315' ' r ' , b"',,Q s' ' f' Q, " . ,- e-We ., m v!fff"" fl , , '11 ,, .ff 'P . ,,- 9,,b,.,,l'fg 2, . 1, 7,5114- 'l -"-7--V ,W --:".r.'5:' . f- ,, ffcxfisgjf .-'- . 'Lui-, - eff' "5wZi:g::F35Hl" ...-. -' " ,zfij llfvyfyf . Vw: Qin., I. L, 'e ..,?'4' ' ll Laffy-il'. - K, figgjryw .,,,E -' Q L L ,e .- ' lgi fgn 4 " l,'5!,-f- ', u m., ,,. .. .-1,5 'Q - ,waf- + .'-" -- Mfr- " 1..,- 'H' ?nA7J'g"F 'ha gf f -' ' . f' ,,sa?'.-fiilfl-3 angina?" ff a .,w1,,,.,,g-4.1-.1 ..,,:.1'iiqwl 5,"5i"9fl'13: F-' iw . 7' P' 1195" " . .1-i"3' '-if 2'2f'. 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' t Q ' 0 Rx' ,,, A -. . 4 I x S Q15 shall be reserved +0 s+uden+s In 'rhe il 1 second +erm of ihelr final year who La' 4 4 gf S, K Y . I ' X - ' 'fm tx, fix 152. . , I , - , 1 ri fix 'if' W- J f .f"cJ' ,N . , ., , 'W 51,2 nf- ,y, '-ffm, I "1'1 "" " 12.1 'Q'-'ZZQTTASAR . '-ii 'Es- I' .Vip ' : . j,j,' . FL: ' if-B on 15 H1 fi VIL .1 sys V! C " if L' . if : 'j-Gm :f'Xi.',s'A1-.fk i V 'ia' fp ' If S- ' 1' STUDENTS' ADMINISTRATIVE ASSEMBLY Back Row llef+ +o riglrflz Ken Jones, Bob Hicks, Gordon Taylor, Bob Taylor, AI. Jol'ms+on, Jack Woolley. Second Row: Doris Eagles, Mary Screajon, Gladys Humphrys, Elizabefh Harvey, Frances Boyce, Dorinda Briclcenden, Calherine Liddy. Fronl' Row: Fred Hill, Bob Calcofl, Anne Walden, Tom Fausf, Jr., Jean Ferguson, Jim Orr, George Campbell. THE CABINET - JEAN FERGUSON Prefecf - - - TOM FAUST, Jr. Secre+ary - Sub-Prefecl - ANNE WALDEN Treasurer - . - - - BOB CALCOTT - GEORGE CAMPBELL Minisrer wi+I1ou+ Porffolio - - BILL BRAMAH Speaker - II4 "THE Sfudenfs' Adminisrrafive Assembly shall have as iis obiecrs 'rhe advancemeni of 'ihe in+eres+s of +he s+uden+s as such and 'rhe Universi+y as a whole and shall ac+ as +he inlerme- diary body in all relafions berween 'lhe Facully and +he s'ruden+s." Wilh 'lhis as a guide The S. A. A. has endeavoured +o carry ou'r a program of advancement We sfarfed our wi+h +he enforcemenl' of 'rhe Abolirion of lni+ia'rion and rhe S+uden+ Courl deserves much credi+ for 'rhisg nex+ came an af+ernoon dance which seemed +o be a grea'r success iudging by fhe crowd, 'ihen came +he re-arrangemenr of rooms in +he lower corridor when all lradifion was shaHered and 'rhe girls moved down +o Room I9. l can noi pass over 'rhis i'l'em wi+hou+ fhanking again +he Undergraduafe Women of 'rhe Universify for rheir splendid co-opera- +ion in making 'rhis move possible. I would like +o fhank personally +he Cabinet +he Assembly and 'rhe S+uden+ Couri' for +he energeric way fhey have carried ou'r 'rheir dufies. ln closing l would like 'ro express +o Miss Anne Walden, rhe Sub-Prefeci, my sinceresr 'ihanks and appreciarion for her wonderful assis+ance and advice. - TOM FAUST, Jr., Prefecl. II5 NELLES ENGLAND Presidenf .I N? ,F S r S- 3' 5' .dy N b I , ,A K s' 'QQJ - 3 fx JACK ROBARTS Vice-Presidenl' EARL RICHARDS Direclor of Finance CHARLIE HOURD Direc+or of Publicafions ul RONALD MCCALLUM Minisfer of Ex+ernal Affairs MARY SCREATON Secrefary HE Universiiy S+uden+s' Commission conlrols ihose maHers peculiar +o +he Universily as a whole and endeavours 'ro creafe a spiril' of friendship and good-will belween +he fhree faculiies of Wesiern which are sifuaied in London. Our Commission has worked wifh +wo aims in mind, 'rhaf of placing 'rhe U. S. C. finances on a beHer basis and 1'ha'r of adopiing a mid-year eleclion for U. S. C. officers. The firsl' we lhinlc we have accomplished, and we have 'ralcen 'rhe inilial sfep in 'rhe achievemenf of +he second which we leave for compleiion +o our successors. As in previous years, special aH'en+ion has been given 'lo fhe Universify Band, and a num- ber of new uniforms have been purchased. The band now has 'fifly members working under ihe able leadership of Mr. Don Wrighl' and, wi+h fhe unique charm len'r by i+s eFFicien+ drum maior, is one of +he smariesf organiza+ions of Hs lcind on +he confinenf. We wish 'ro lhanlc 'rhe sfudeni' body and i'he undergraduale sociefies and organizaiions 'for lhe supporr which lhey have so generously given us, and we exfend our bes'r wishes fo 1'he I939- l940 Commission. N. J. ENGLAND, lmmediafe Pasl President ,, 4- 'fr 4. 17 " , L Sw I ' M 4.2 -Lg. l 26 THE UNDERGRADUATE WOMEN'S COUNCIL Baclx Row: Marian Websler, Marian Jaclclin, Frances Boyce, Beverley Couch, Jean Lemon Second Row: Margarei' Craig, Rhefa Gilles, Kalhleen Veirch, Ona Hunler, Ru'rh Parsons. Fronf Row: Norah McCormick, Mary Taslcer, Dr. Dororhy Turville, Anne Walden, Margarel Ingram Inse+: Frances Smylhe IPresidenI'I. THE UNDERGRADUATE WOMEN'S COUNCIL HE year I938-39 has been a very successful year in 'rhe Undergraduale Women's Organiza- Iion, an organizalion represenring all Ihe women in Ihe Universify. Under Ihe presidency of Anne Walden and Frances Smylhe +he Women's Organizarion has accomplished a grear deal. A+ 'rhe beginning of Ihe year our execurive sI'ar+s Ihe Big and LiHIe Sisler Movemenr which helps Ihe FresheHes slarr our on 'rheir Universily career. Soon Ihe rugby season slarls, and we 'Find 'rhe Women's Organizarion selling colours, ho+ dogs and coffee. There are olher group acrivilies such as Ihe Freshelle Tea, Slciller Nighr aHended only by Ihe girls and 'Ihe Co-ed Prom which is pu'r on by Ihe Women's Organizalion and Ihe proceeds from which are added 'ro +hose from Ihe colours, ho+ dogs and coffee. These proceeds are all pul- inro our ever growing fund for a Women's Union Building. f--,- '37-... E :-sv? Y- '-- ,FD -.EL l gk 4. ' .' i . ., . , ...4 . L, "i-',- - ,, ' using? fn. - - '--'.,-- 17 4- - - A:f..r 7 72-'.-:1ffz51'5f-F' " .iQ21L,' V ?' HIPPOCRATIC SOCIETY Sfandlngz Oliver Russell Barfleff, Hugh McAlpine, Charlie Bodkin, Bill Loclxingfon, Harold Kesfer, Jack Babb. Seafed Mal Lever, Dr. Fisher, Bob Sforey lPresiden+I, John McLachlin. THE HIPPOCRATIC SOCIETY THE Hippocrafic Sociefy consisfs of all Medical Sfudenfs regisfered in medicine, in fhe second, fhird, fourfh, fiffh and six+h years. Hs council is composed of four annually elecfed officers and 'rhe presidenfs of 'rhe five classes. The elecfed officers' ferm exfends Through fhe calendar year, while The class presidenfs hold office fhroughouf +he school year. The council is responsible for fhe business of fhe sociefy and is invesfed wifh fhe necessary aufhorify 'ro sponsor such evenfs as 'rhe Meds' A+-Home, Meds' Banquef, Symposia, and esfab- Iishing more infimafe confacf befween fhe sfudenf body and fhe faculfy. The council of I937-38 wishes fo fake 'rhis opporfunify of welcoming Meds '44 and +o bid good forfune fo fhe graduafing class, Meds '39. During fhe pasf year we have aH'emp+ed 'ro dispense 'rhe business of fhe sociefy in a credif- able fashion and we +rus'r if has mef wi+h fhe favour of all concerned. Chief amongsf our aims was fo encourage wholesale fuberculin 'resfing of medical sfudenfs. As a resulf, an acfive cam- paign was carried ouf fhis year, and suspecfed cases were invesfigafed furfher. An innovafion was affempled in 'rhe Tuck Shop, which for a 'rrial year is being operafed on a co-operafive basis and a+ presenf appears as 'rhough if will be successful. The Hippocrafic Council played an infegral parf in I'he formafion of fhe Associafion of Canadian Medical Siudenfs. AI' a meefing in Toronfo wifh represenfafives of McGill, Queens, Toronfo and Wesfern Universifies, 'rhis body fool: form wifh 'Ihe express purpose in view of improving condifions for medical sfudenfs and infernes, especially fhe laffer. The Council would like fo fake 'rhis opporfunify 'ro express appreciafion for fhe valuable coun- sel of Dr. J. H. Fisher, Honourary Presidenf of fhe Council, Dean F. G. H. Campbell and Dr. J. W. Crane. Before bidding adieu 'ro our Alma Mafer, if may be appropriafe fo offer a word Io 'those following. A medical educafion should be a "rounded one". To accomplish fhis, one musf exerf his or her efforfs in more fhan one pafh. Endeavour as you hurry fhrough your course fo con- sider fhe words of Osler, "I+ is wha+ we add Io, noi whaf we ge+ from life fhaf counfs". ROBERT N. STOREY, lmmediafe Pasf President I I8 fpviv. OSLER SOCIETY Baclc Row: Ray Slubbing, Jack Kennedy, Ron McCallum, Hugh McAlpine, Harold Kesrer, Eric Webb. Second Row: Mal Lever, Edwin Brown, Don Woodhouse, Lawrence RuH'le, Bill Pace, John Slaplelon. Fronf Row: Nelles England, Delberf Wollin, Dr. Crane, Jaclc Babb, Frank Ruslon. llnsefz Dr. MacDonald THE OSLER SOCIETY THE Osler Sociely is an organizalion comprising Undergraduare Medical Sludenls. I+ is com- posed of sixleen members, four 'From each of fhe +hird, fourih, fif+h and six+h years. Each member is obligaled 'ro prepare and deliver, before gradualion, a paper dealing wi+h some aspecl of Medical Hislory. Four such papers are given each year. ln addifion 'rhe Oslerian Address is delivered annually by 'rhe Honorary President The Sociely is indebled lo lhe la're Dr. Wray Lloyd for i'rs inceplion and 'ro Dr. J. W. Crane, Secrelary of 1'he Alumni Associalion, for his guidance and advice which has proven so valuable +o ils execulives. II9 -x L, P . " SWE" , W' L A 'Y A, - fs :fr Mf g. " MEDICAL JOU RNAL STAFF Back Row: Al Douglas, Nelles England, Morris Wearing, Bob Cram, Ken Symingfon, Jack Sfaplelon, Ray Sfubbing. Second Row: Jack Babb, Jim Galloway, Lawrence RuHle, Edwin Brown, Julien Priver, Mal Lever, John Afcheson. Fronl Row: John McLachlin, Dr. J. A. McGregor, Dr. Bob Johnson, Harold Kesfer, Dr. Walson, Dave S'ra+e. MEDICAL JOURNAL URING 'rhe school year of l938-39, The Universi+y of Weslern Onlario Undergraduale Medical Journal published 'rhe ninlh volume since i+s inceplion in l93O. This year marks a mileslone in fhe life of The publicalion in lhal il is now recognized as second lo no olher Under- graduale Medical Journal published in Canada. Through 'rhe co-operalion and hard work of lhe Journal s+aFf we have successfully mainfained an exceplionally high sfandard. We hope fha? lhe Graduafing Class in Medicine will conlinue 'ro supporl 'rheir Journal as 'rhey have done in l'he pasl' six years, since il is largely 'rhrough 'rhis publicalion +ha+ They keep in louch wi+h 'rheir Alma Maier. Ariicles are always needed and financial supporl always necessary in order lhal' we may confinue +0 mainlain our high posilion among lhe Undergraduale publica- fions in Canada. The edilor wishes +o express his sincere lhanks for +he co-operafion and assisfance given by 'rhe slaff and lhe conlribulors lhroughoul +he year. HAROLD A. KESTER. l20 THE COMMERCE CLUB AND THE QUARTERLY REVIEW OF COMMERCE Back Row: Lawrence Ball, Ken Mooney, AI McVicar, Les Wheable, Bob Taylor, Walfer Biehn, Ausfin Wrighf. Seafed: Ernesf Allen, Prof. W. A. Thompson, Ross Anderson, Kennefh Jones lPresidenfl, Florence Dewar, Earl Richards, Prof. P. H. Hensel. THE CCMMERCE CLUB AND THE QUARTERLY REVIEW OF COMMERCE THE Commerce Club is a professional club open fo undergraduafe sfudenfs in Business Admin- isfrafion and in Secrefarial Science. lf has as ifs main obiecfives: firsf, fhe affaining of closer co-operafion among sfudenfs of fhe various years: second, providing closer confacfs wifh fhe business world by bringing prominenf business men fo address fhe Club. The Ouarferly Review of Commerce, which is in ifs sixfh year of publicafion, is fhe official organ of fhe Commerce Club. The Quarferly publishes arficles on business and on currenf evenfs which are of special inferesf fo business men and sfudenfs of business. I2l it, -L Q--MLQ bm-an 'QL EDITORIAL STAFF OF GAZETTE Srandingz Julien Priver, Berlceley Brown, Les Wheable, Eleanor Rigg, Maurice Hill. Seafedz Arr Lennox, Mary Screafon, Bill Bramah, George Weins'I'ein, John Hunf. ,wr , Q ,yfgfw ' ,551.,Qi5 ,A fF'We5i:'?f,,'ef, ..-L f3i.1f-,' 5, -I "" agar ' efgf..si,gg-W, Q, .ht 1 Q, E V., ',T-"ff -ef'4w"3"f -1 "':' -' ji' ' Mft. :ri ,, ,- ' 4 " - .-115985515 ' -A- -I v' --,1 - W iy Q24-" ",ee.f4:.z-fri , 83543 "' 1-.,.q,..'.Q-.!f. f -. ,QM ,Q lg,-:if "'P"i- 25" ' f A ' 'iff-Ti? ' - -,....i-M, ,,. p4,,,5.,-, .' -1'S-1014! Aga., fi V 1... .f.7'-ZPf-f'.,2'm'e3r Lv' I ,, -' 9-,V , A- '. .fi 3- t W , 11 ,,,,,,i ' .v..1,"2 : - 1 an-fag-ss ' , 1'x ', ' L"'Z' 553: :i',?:"iff' 'E -5' o" : -2: , ' '-f ' aim '24- I 3.,?:.' A ily..-:ln , ,1 .-gliqif ' . wg. fi-J-:ggi 1 i ..-.r,c.."-,Z -Q,-JP g... ' ,, , ,rg - -,: , .1 .', rfb, 'YT' .ra-:L-LIE. V: - '.- Qi' '- 1 l-- "ii',l.,fL.-6'.' r' fe' If I Life. 4'f,,'ft-EJ if f" M Aus+in Smifh, Frances Boyce, Archie Mclnlyre, Jean Phillips, James Grandey. Alice Edwards, Kafhleen Rex, Peggy Gilmour, Margaref Law+on, Evelyn Gray, BeHy TruscoH, Marian Ellis, Margarer Bec Helen Higgins, Gwynnerh Marlin, Genevieve Bowerman, Belly Turner, Frances Winrers, Alice Der Sfepanian. A Q N, Y :za 6 " 1' ,, , ,,,, f f :W any Q 0 ng i "Q , W S -1J'n"'R4".' ng-Qi " BUSINESS STAFF OF GAZETTE John Rider, Louis Assaly, Lorne Ferguson, Donald Parlr. Belly Hayes, Harley Hind, Ken Mooney, Dorolhy Golding. " 'cl f T ,f' N i' all 'f ,,., , ,, Y, , if Q Wy, limb. HU, ..,,, , rv-,i,.n:.Q, HY' , -'fr , P". is-, - 4-I5 1- ' ' ,Lf:flW+1'.'.z:i1f-elPM-H f,1g.':,,:fuw' gi., f' . gl ,guy Y , j W My M ' ' . fklfg-,g1TqjZ?m, 2 T f 'f -?g?fw,, ' T Q T Y , wff ,+ ww- '5y.543vfa-5, 4 f, gil' JW f, 4-wfi- f Qyafzqrp- -' i E f , 1 J I ,f -iifffyy-cgi' sly- nf. fy-w ' mi. r,1Q,.,4f'!lf'i,'10,5,Wg'wyZ-Myiyaqfj 'Y -Mu. H f 7' , ii- U. 1. 1 ffff r V, k 5- . 5,5 ,f,A,,, -4,-- 4, , J. r,, "f-ig if ,if M5flifH,iL1c,' fi TW: -'M-is i ,nfmuf :ery s.. ,, ,V 41,1 ., Z .. .ifiwmz , . -, . T frw fir 2' W ligitr' '?'i1i,, "VL n f , W il - 1- ,':?2m?jQ,,i'ligf? V- ewmtll' shall W' wmqi M4 le n. ' iwfvflrwrfwwirwsfgw l iffiffilligi wff, ' -, if ' , 41 'rf-:,.,zi.-ii-' it 1 ' . . 'KM ' H' iff , T - 1.2 J f e '-3: fi QQ, wrvze- fflmefe vt'::,leJ14i9?z'7f5TL'1wv' will .lf-, .ee.xfaei,i,. - V I si., ,,,., , . , .fi-,1 lm'-,-.,,,-W4 . f.,. , ra..-:1 1 l23 No momenl has been wasled when somelhing has been learned, a new idea considered, a new silualion conlronled. A publicalion, and especially a sludenl publicalion, nol only allords lhe oppor- lunily lor such experience, bul makes a slill more imporlanl conlribulion in leaching reslrainl which leads lo slabilily, and lolerance which leads lo underslanding. Along wilh lhose who have spenl lime and energy lhis year in producing The Gazelle il is gralilying lo say lhal, besides pleasurable hours, no momenl has been wasled. BILL BRAMAH, Edilor-in-Chief. lllIlIlllEll'l'llI.ILl STAFF -- 1939 BEVERLEY COUCH Edifor-in-Chief Much credif goes also 'ro +he assis+an+s lisled below, whose valuable work and co-operafion have made +his I939 "Occiden'ralia" possible: James Carrigan, Auslin Conway, Florence Dewar, Jean Ferguson, Evelyn Has- sard, Charlie Hourd, Ray Kenney, Margarel Law'l'on, Louise Lonergan, Hugh McAlpine, Eleanor McRae, AI McVicar, Joe Mifchell, Frank Murphy, Bill Norfolk, Henry Nuhn, Jean Phillips, Jack Robarls, Waller Shrives, Lloyd S+evenson, Margarel' Mary WoollcoH. I24 ,- M fav 'gl Iris 4,,, .- H .- - v ' Q57 2'6 " 6 Wffiwi ' we.-f as Q. QW A , 'SM A fs f 'ken .f 3 yy ,f s A PROFESSOR FRED LANDON, M.A., J. H. FISHER, M.D., M.Sc., F.R.C.P. KCI, Consulfanf Edifor ConsuHan+ Edifor 5 14 :C ' . 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N 21'w L -" ' ...Z s GEORGE CAM PBELL Business Manager 'igsla 1 use KEN MOONEY FRED HILL Assisfani' Edifor Adveriising Manager I25 i nun-- in Pl BETA PHI FRATERNITY ONTARIO BETA CHAPTER lnsralledz Ociober 29, I934 Founded: Monmou+h College, I867 Acfive Chaprersz 80 Colours: Wine and Silver Blue To+al Membership: 30,985 Flower: Wine Carna+ion ACTIVE CHAPTER Firsf Term Execulive: Evelyn Hassard iPresiden'rl, Elizabefh Harvey lVice-Presidenrl, Florence Dewar lRecording Secrelaryl, Joanne Walsh lCorresponding Secre+aryl, Jean Richardson lTreasurerl, Margare+ Law- lon lHis+orianl. Second Term Execu+ive: Elizabe+h Harvey lPresiden+l, Gladys Humphrys lVice-Presiden+l, Margarel' Lawlon lRecording Secrelaryl, Joan Cogdon lCorresponding Secrelaryl, Jean Lawson lTreasurerl, Margarel Lawfon lHis+orianl. Elizaberh Esco'f'r-Beal, Beverley Couch, Mary Dampier, Elsie Gillies, Mary Green, Barbara Jones, Bea+rice Moore, Geraldene Maclrinnon, Jean McNally, Eleanor McRae, Jeanne Oldershaw, Elizabefh Robinson, Rulh Robin- son, Dorofhy Sealy, Mary Screaron, Be++y Bradenburg, Anne Walden, Maxine Ward. ALUMNAE Bess Allen, Elsie May Arrhur, Margarel' Baines Aflcey, Lucille Hayman Baldwin, Helen Ba'Hle, Margaref EscoH-Beal, Alberia Benham, Beverley Brenl, Doro+hy Allen Burns, Mary Buller, Jean Boyes, Jessie Boyes, Jean Brien Gladman, BeHy Clarlx Macdonald, Corinne Cherry, Kafherine Craig, Margare+ Craise, Mariorie Dampier Blaclcburn, Mary Davis, Molly Dorland Monfgomery, Olive Douglas, Grefchen Eclrel, Margaref Forbes, Elizabeih Fraser Saunders, Ellen Gallagher Maclean, Anna Granf Kime, Sheila Gordon McLachlin, Cafherine Hargan, Doris Hayman, Helen Hughes Tamblyn, Ka+herine Hughes, Mary Margaref Hufchison, Rhoda Harvey, Sarah Howden, Jean Hamilfon, Hilda Ingram, Mary Kenny, LaureH'a Landymore, Belly Lang, Ru+h Lawson Kindersley, Jessie MacFarlane, Helen Maine, Gerfrude McCall, Louise Turville McCallum, Doro+hy McConnell, Rufh McConnell, Margare+ McKee, Margaref Morgan, Mona Morgan, Olga Miller, Ka+hleen Milligan, Henrie++a Macdonald, Marian McMahen, Marion McColl, Phyllis MacFarlane, Lorna Nash Baldwin, Jean Thompson Neville, Margaref Orion Lawson, Elinor Higgins Ollerhead, Jean Paferson, Margarel Plumsfeel Kingslon, Norienne Ranahan, Mar- iorie Robinson Bradshaw, Dorofhy Richards Frosf, Mary Roberfson, Edilh Shor++, Viola Suifor, Margarel' Turner Sullivan, Olive Saunders, Donalda Graham Smifh, Kafherine Tilden, Gladys Tunlrs, Eloise Tennenl, Margaref Taman, Helen Wesfaway, Be++y Wismer Zurbrigg, Marion Wrigh+on, Jeanne WaH', Nancy Whyfe, Frances Weelces Tweedie, Ka+hleen Yeaies Sufherland, Mary Younge. IZ6 'QQ' if L. H,-. , 'f a , H " Ja ' C zs s gfg, KAPPA ALPHA THETA FRATERNITY GAMMA EPSILON CHAPTER lnsfalleclz Seplember I7, I937 Founded: January 27, I87l Ac+ive Chapfersz 65 Colours: Black and Gold To+al Membership: l5,000 Flower: Pansy ACTIVE CHAPTER Doris Eagles lPresiden+l, Margarei' Craig lCorresponding Secrefaryl, Ellen Trou'r lRecording Secre+aryl, Dorofhy Maclean lTreasurerl, Margaref Craig lHisl'orianl, Gwynnelh Marlin lEdi+orl, Elvina Anger lScholarship Convenorl, Marian Luney lsocial Convenorl, Gwynne'rh Marlin lMarshall, Elvina Anger lChaplainl. MEMBERS Mary Cardiff, Frances Powell, Lillian Ailcenheacl, Marian Seager, Jean Lemon, BeHy Hayes, Alice Smou+, Jeanne Hynd, Jean Ferguson, Marion Anderson, Frances Smy+he, Rheffa Barss. PLEDGES Mary Sinclair, Louise Laird, Lois Cro'f'I', Margarel' Sfurman. ALUMNAE Miriam Magee, Rhea Hancoclr, Rufh Waison, Grace Ra+h, Norah Gould, Marian Hooper, Jean Doher+y, Florence McDonagh ScoH', Dorolhy Timpany, Jean Hedley, Lois Gidley, Isabel McLandress, Elizabelh Por+er, Eleanor Bendle, Rufh Davis, Lydia Trimble, Margaref Tape, Jean Marshall, Evelyn Sfeer, Jean MacKenzie, Marian McMur+ry, Lila Sfeer, Healher Shor+, Florence Brenner Jordan, Emily Bafeman, Mary Landon, Helen Timpany, Be+hea McGill, Margaref Homu+h, Alice Le+hbridge, Verfa Kenerson, Creena Wallace, Margaref Rober+s, Florence EllioH'. I27 5 WK.. . GAMMA PHI BETA SORORITY ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER Inslalledz Oclober 24, I936 Founded: Syracuse Universily, I874. Colours: Double Brown Aclive Chaplersz 47 Flower: Pink Carnalion OFFICERS Eleanor Rigg lPresiden+l, Mildred Brabeau lVice-Presiden+l, Marion Jacklin lCorresponding Secrelaryl, Kalhleen Veifch lRecording Secrelaryl, Joan Breakspeare lTreasurerl, Margarel' Hughes lAlumni Advisorl, Margarel Beck lI'Iouse Molherl, Dorolhy McKerracher lRushing Chairmanl. MEMBERS According +o picfure. PATRONESSES Mrs. R. E. Crouch, Mrs. H. O. Foucar, Mrs. R. B. Liddy, Mrs. W. F. Tamblyn, Mrs. A. Albright ALUMNAE Mrs. Evelyn K. Albrighl, Anne Armslrong, Beulah Ash+on, Frances Ball, Kalhryn Balls, Jean BarreH, Helen Benson, Gerlrude Bodkin, O++es Brandon, Jean Campbell, Dorolhy Cole, Enid Coleridge, Olive Collins, Blanche Cowley, Mrs. R. E. Crouch, Lenore Cruickshank, Marion Dickson, Helen Doan, Mrs. Mary Johns Dodd, Mary Edgar, Mrs. Emilie Tancock Ellio++, Mrs. Margarel' Bell England, Gladys Erringlon, Mayme Farley, Mrs. H. O. Foucar, Ola Garside, Elizabelh Freeborn, Kalhleen Graham, Margaref Griffilhs, Alice Gunlon, Jean Hardy, Jean Hooker, Mrs. Jean Allison Holman, Margarel Hughes, Irma Hull, Mrs. Helen Myrich Hullon, Calherine Ingram, Doris Kennedy, Kale King, Mary King, Mary Louise Leilch, Alberra LeH's, Mrs. R. B. Liddy, Janel' Lush, Elizabelh MacGregor, Jane Maclnlyre, Hannah MacKay, Marion MacLeod, Mrs. Mary Wiley Macklin, Mary Millen, Mrs. Helen Millen Walker, Doro+hy Morgan, Margarel Morris, Evelyn Moxley, Jeanne McKerracher, Consfance Neal, Leola Neal, Cafherine Norswor+hy, Doris Paddon, Kalhryn Park, Mrs. R. E. K. Pemberlon, Jean Philipps, Eileen Purdy, Erma Reynolds, Mrs. Dorolhy Upshall Richardson, Anne Shannon, Margarel' Smirh, Olive Slevenson, Shirley Summers, Dorolhy Tai+, Mrs. W. Tamblyn, Marion Turner, Isobel Winlers, Helen Yemem, Dorolhy Young, Helen Clarke, Mrs. Mariorie Durand McAsh, Lorraine Evans, Jean McLelland, Dorolhy Snell, Dorolhy Columbus, Dorolhy Sfepler, Helen Tomlinson, Merle Frances Wood, Virginia Clarke, Margarel' Snell Richman, Gwen Snell Flelcher. I28 f 1 ff Ci? T 2? 3 f K aw- 1, . . ' .wa F .s .-az. ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA Founded: Seplember 29, I888, Darlmoufh College Chapiersz 62 To+aI Membership: I4,277 Bela Kappa Chapier Founded: April I6, I924 Chapler House: Cherion House, I5 Craig S+. HONOURARY MEMBERS F. J. H. Campbell, B.A., M.D., M.R.C.P. IEngIandI, F.R.C.P.: Sepfimus Thompson, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.R.C.S.: G. A. Ramsay, M.C., F.A.C.S., F.R.C.S.: F. W. Luney, M.D., D.P.H.q G. L. Jepson, M.D.: E. I. Loughlin, M.D.: C. C. Ross, M.D., F.R.C.S.g H. A. Skinner, M.B.: D. W. Crombie, M.D.C.M., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.g M. C. Morrison, M.D.: J. A. MacGregor, M.D., F.R.C.P. ICI, LL.D. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION D. W. Crombie IHonourary Presidenfl, J. H. Geddes IPresiden+I, E. P. Johns lSecreI'aryI, J. B. C. Robin- son lTreasurerI, Commi+'Iee: G. L. Jepson, M. Flefcher, E. A. Barfram, W. E. Crysler. ACTIVE CHAPTER OFFICERS Sepfimus Thompson, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.R.C.S. IPrimariusI: E. P. Johns, M.D. lDisfricf Depurylq Archie M. Johnson IPresidenI'I: Francis G. Rus'I'on lVice-Presidenllg W. Allan Hargan ITreasurerIq John D. Mclnnes lRecord- ing Secrerarylp Gerald W. Canfelon ICorresponding Secrefarylg Alan S. Douglas IHis+orianIg Granl' W. Websrer IMarshaII: Rober'l'.H. Cram lWardenIg Harold W. Benson ICI1apIainIq Charles E. Bodlcin ISI'ewardI. MEMBERS OF ACTIVE CHAPTER B. A. Campbell, N. J. England, R. F. McCallum, B. C. Brown, A. M. Johnson, N. O. Boyd, E. L. Brown, K. G. Calverf, G. W. Websrer, F. G. Rusfon, W. E. Pace, W. A. Hargan, K. E. Symingion, J. A. McLachIin, J. F. Mullins, E. Webb, H. W. Bensen, R. H. Cram, C. E. Bodlcin, J. S. Winder, G. W. Canlelon, A. S. Douglas. PLEDGES D. H. Woodhouse, C. D. Keeley, J. G. Sfapleron, K. Coa+es, M. A. Lever, C. A. Moore, J. D. Charleron, C. Fisher, W. M. Tufford, A. Alway, R. W. Hewson, J. Walker, W. Tillmann. -s--A -- I29 .1 ',,f"", f-if ' ALPHA KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY Professional in Business and Economics Founded: Oclober 5, I904, New York Universiry Acrive Chaplersz 52 Toral Membership: l2,542 Be+a Kappa Chap+er: 536 Ridou'r Sheer Norlh H HE Obiecrs and Aims of 'rhis Fra+erni'ry shall be 'lo 'furrher +he individual welfare of Hs members: 'ro fosfer scienrific research in 'rhe fields of commerce, accounrs and finance: 'l'o educale rhe public +o appreciare and demand higher ideals Therein: and +o promo+e and advance in ins+i+u'rions of college rank courses leading +o degrees in Business Adminis'i'ra+ion." HONOURARY AND FACULTY MEMBERS C. C. Carro+hers, LL.B.: J. M. Dobson, B.A.: P. H. Hensel, M.B.A.: Maior Gordon Ingram: Den'ron Massey, John J. McHale, Sr.: Col. E. E. Reilly, M.Sc.: Frank Sfiling, M.A.: W. A. Thompson, M.B.A. CHAPTER OFFICERS President Louis C. W. Assaly: Vice-President Norman Burdick: Secrefary, Kenne+h Rich: Treasurer, William Craig: House Manager, W. Lorne Ferguson: Depu'ry Councillor, Ronald Fraser. ACTIVE MEMBERS Louis C. W. Assaly, Ernes+ Allen, Ross Anderson, Roberi' Anfhony, WaH'er Brandie, Norman Burdick, Kenne+h Cameron, George Campbell, Rober+ CalcoH, James Coul+er, Roberi' Clarke, William Craig, Thomas Fausf, Jr., W. Lorne Ferguson, Lloyd Glanville, Harley Hind, Kenne+h Jones, Donald Leacock, Harold W. MacAdams, Alec McAlisfer, Ray Oliver, Jack Oram, Kennefh Rich, Fos'rer Slark, Gordon Su+herland, Leslie Wheable, Aus+in Wright Jack A. Wrigh'r. PLEDGES Max Campbell, Charles Hoare, Jack Jackson, Douglas OH'on, Jack PaHerson, Norman Pearce, Ross Pole, Donald Sluarf, Wiiliam Temkow, William Turnbull. . . f' -1, ' .ffwiv-flag 76?-.. V :fv- QJE. - 1. I -1 -ii 1' 355151 f T- 'f -FEE F' - ay., . . sly, 4 I30 KAPPA TAU SIGMA FRATERNITY Honour Science and Ma+hema'rics Founded: January, I933, Universiry of Wesiern Onfario Alpha Chap+er: l84 Huron Srreef HONOURARY AND FACULTY MEMBERS Honourary Presidenf, N. C. Hari, M.A.g G. A. Adams, Ph.D.: J. D. De+wiler, Ph.D.q K. W. Hun+en, Ph.D.: J. W. Russell, M.A.g C. Siverrz, Ph.D.g A. R. Walker, M.A. CHAPTER OFFICERS Presideni, Allan Keys, Vice-President Ronald Hooey, Secre+ary, Gordon Corneilg Treasurer, Gordon Fennell: Hisforian, Alvin Bell: House Manager, Waller Halfnighf. ACTIVE MEMBERS Wm. Archer, Eugene Aris+oFf, Alvin Bell, Graeme Cameron, Herberf Childs, Gordon Corneil, Wilbur Counfry- man, Malcolm Davidson, Wilfred Diclcs, Gordon Fennell, Campbell Granf, Waller Halfnigh+, Ronald Hooey, Alfred Hurley, Allan Keys, John Loaring, Jim McGill, Neil Pa+erson, John Polly, Dwighl' Reid, George Skinner, Ward Smifh, Gordon Thomas, Wm. Wood. PLEDGES J. Boclcing, D. BuHerill, K. Ferguson, R. Gunion, E. Hough+on, J. Ingles, Wm. Jarvis, J. McAlpine, K. McGlening, F. Page, Wm. Parsons, H. Thomson, R. Wade, H. Whicher. . if .V .LJ 'jf-1 ,' ..' I -. 5:51, 7' .Fifi ,. 19 a Af - - .4 -- 1 W 3 475 l .,. -4 ,W 4,., i' .-' L, a, .'nl - 11, .1 , 17 Uv sr fy? ul ' T5 if .g-:Ji if , ,-. .' .1 scan h,',-Egg. -4 L., I, i'2f1"l-Q f 5 .- 1 'J 1. :-1" 1 :JF ,fr-. .?.1 Qi 3 . i'f,'a'-1 s . J, V: E. .. , 'bi 5 '. -." 'T '..' 1' 'Ray 2 .-fqffz,-., '- -' '7. ' we lifii. W " fini' 'Nix ' 11, ' 4 .- ld 'L 4. 7' .wi-QL 5.1 -. f.:,Z:1 lfvlffi? 'cw ,-'1.",,'."?," P . It 1.0 .2 5. A qv Qi JUG ,..' -. 1 ' "-1.6. ,f -, A' ,f A fi 3 .1 . . H :ws ,F 'L . . f,.' in l,'."J4Z- H , '3 fy i OLLEGE educafion means much more 'rhan leclures and examinalions. lm- por+an'r also are +l1e enioymenl of new conlacls, new friendships and new ex- periences. To +l1ese, fra'rerni+y life makes a wor+l1y con+ribu+ion. College years willwin +l1e bonds of fellowship of Della Upsilon leave lasling memories +l1a+ will be repea+eclly recalled in 'rhe passing of +l'1e years. il ell DELTA UPSILON FRATERNITY Founded November 4, l834, a+ Williams College Ac+ive Chaplersz 6I To'ral Membership: 2I,300 Wesiern On+ario Chapler, I938-39 Chapier Councillors: F. Landon, C. F. Sullivan, F. O. Kime OFFICERS Presideni, M. Moriong Vice-President J. Cameron, Corresponding Secrefary, H. Lee, Recording Secreiary, H. Boyesg Treasurer, A. Conway: Hislorian, J. Colburn. HONOURARY MEMBERS R. A. Johnsron, M.D., F.A.C.S.g F. Landon, M.A., F.R.S.C.g F. R. Miller, B.A., M.B., M.A., M.D., F.R.S.C., E. M. Walson, M.D., M.Sc., M.R.C.P., F.R.C.P. iEdinburghl: A. Woods, M.A.: P. H. Hensel, M.B.A.g W. P. Tew M.B., F.R.C.S. lCl, F.R.C.S. lEdinburghlg F. H. Fisher, M.D., M.Sc., F.R.C.P. lCl: H. VV. Auden, M.A. iCan+ab.l: J. W. Burns, M.Sc., F.C.l.C.g H. M. Thomas, Ph.D. ACTIVE MEMBERS H. Kesler, R. Sforey, H. McAIpine, D. Afcheson, C. Hourd, C. Killoran, F. Robarls, J. Mifchell, S. Carver S. Harris, J. Babb, W. Ewener, G. McGugan, C. Seager, R. Love, F. Dowler, H. Fraser, K. Simpson, G. Willis W. Loclcingfon, J. Murray, E. Wesfendorp, W. Shrives, J. Colburn, E. Richards, M. Wearing. PLEDGES L. Calverf, J. Clarlce, K. Mooney, J. Moore, J. Orr, L. Pafierson, R. Taylor, G. Taylor, G. Guil+inan P. Dixon, G. Bissell. I33 F.R.S.: E. D. Busby, B.A., M.D., F.A.C.S., F.R.C.S. lCl: H. M. Simpson, M.D., M.Sc., F.R.C.S. lEdinburghl, fl-st. M' ' is J 1 '31 ,N 4 J? ji AAAA M Ulf. gy y. ,f c.-,Ll-.-, 1..- ff ,- .f, . ,., 4, if M Florence Dewar, Harley Hind, George Campbell, Beverley Couch. -'ff ig., ,YW 'ggjhxi F Q3 l "F-5n,.'f '..4 ?ifa3:?,35-fee .,: llysijgfxi A ' "'-4 214- .1 if" ff - .fx new Ge Qf. e:Y2f2fg3 4 " 'K , -ur ' .f-7?-f-af: . ,Q '- . Q. fy, 5555+-.F gf' f 59,23- 11 , l J gif' 'fr-' " . f s. If? QQ. 1. . -- - 1 -ga '- , N I 'f - -.-,fi :Y- 1' 3:1 g':1Z""' 'i' . ,f , '51, 1.'?i,,,r .MIN f ' -lwyh: 3:-ze-Link... 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R .-2 :Q . v ....., .. 2 .v fi a A6- V li H 'lf' W ' E STUDENT COURT Fronl' Row: Eleanor McRae, Earl Richards, Joe Mifchell. Back Row: Harold McAdams, Gordon Taylor, Mary Wright .-.T ng. ,.,4 i . 'f,cr:a.iff . 1' -F53 ,rf 5 33, ,sf ,, T '+- . ' E '11-E-fzxff?.?fT5-fi ,.f r- A' -- wg ' "T ,---ici 'Jn 5? P .T 9 J. " '. . . 1 V11 f:,.-. Q- , , F. f- IQ f -4 4 fr -, .'-.wc I -:l l 1 -V - , , ,.fa. f3ff' scsi? V. '- '- 4 -- iff- - . ' if? 'fLr2mk'f f ' 1.54 I l , .,, -oe-. ,.. ,, 1, .. , q.,1.s,1,a2,, Ut. . ' , 'i f.i'.yife'Liiu3. -fab " ..., ,Li , ,,,, , -gy,-mf .pgifg-f,3.,.ga5.k f E . -A ..,-yr,-. -J ""'J'3'ffLf ".?1"F"'--,r " ,- J, . . 1. 'fLf'5.g, l":f'I '5- Q32 'r 'ff"' 131' Qgw w lzl '-ffi-'11.f--7f"'.':5g3'5'W 2 'f I5 t-1-s: E-:.'5"lfgV,..-.. ,',,,,c1' 1 it il, .1.,,3.,A.l,, . H 4, yd, W. -. ,a'-in -, -- - fe-314' 1:.f'-Q51-4. A., - V' . -, ". A . u Hr- .Y 111- 1 '. , -. ,.,-Hi,-,. 2 2--,ff I I if fl 'fi , f if ' tlll ' 1,,. . I 4 l I ' ' STUDENTS' CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT Srandingz Jack Aslcew, James Grancly, Earl Barlcwell, Franlc Pa+'l'erson, Bob Harfwell, R. G. Oliver. Searedz Genevieve Bowerman, Marfha Allen, Doro+l1y MCKEff6ChSF, Mariorie Fefhersrone. . ..,. earl , ., -pgfiff 5ff""' . . - - ,. ,. si, ff iffy! Jen ' Z.. W , ' if M , rw, N N, .ws wa WA A M " , as S- a .W 5 V -1 T V , QQ .,.,ma.,.xx rm it Y , will A ., ., N, , J 4 - ,i A ,w r-f 1 'W H - 'KWH A M T 1, 1: in ' wg: ww - X gi :,lfR.A,,v'A, ,,,.. le awww DEBATING SOCIETY Back Row Jaclc Clunle Bob Taylor Bob Hicks Gordon Taylor Clyde MacDonald Ari Lennox Second Row Ray Sfubbmg Raymond Hord Arnold Wilson, James Grandey Bob Gun'ron Aushn A I 51- .1" 1 ,., . 1.,,-.4 .:,v Froni' Row Helen Pellnng Eleanor McRae, Aubrey Shapfer lPresuden+ Dr Johnson Helen Trace, ei 7, ,I', Tx xv ' I I q '. !'.':' 'Jn F , l ', 1 l -51 9' if 1' " L 'D , 5 , H .It-iff.. T HESPEPIAN CLUB Sfandmg Kalhleen Brnsson Grace Crawforfh Donald Pnerce Helen Jacklm Maman Jaclxlm Sealed Eleanor Rngg Ca+l1erlne Wilson Jean Ferguson Presndenrl, June Buchanan Cafhernne Maclver 'if Q we Q T N 'Q Q x mf -as if '1-SQA NEWMAN CLUB Siandingz Tom Fausl, Mary Griffin, Brian Casey. Sealed: Bill Tillmann, BeHy Vradenburg, Joanne Walsh. rf' 'H+ ,,., .- Q affjfi-,g5'If"1 ' fer. "5 Q 'fLZ." . 1 .15 v 41. Jr-ff 52123: .- cl -mwv, ,. f .Wifi - 1-1448. bi" J ' '. ,Q J.. 1 H"-'T " rfh .. f ,. 5,11 , ' ,.f,. .-if 3550 ' I -5,21 I -:Zyl ' ri, , 5 ' um-,,, QQHQA. 'SQ'-, . 1 ' 3. sitijhi, Q4 f-W' , :,.3-,-?',jP,f:r::'i.2gi,b- inif' . ' 'L-2f'i'fw?1: is , 'f w if-' ,. ,,'.,1,", 5,--. 1.4:-21.9 1- 1 y , - . s ' ' "f.1"Z' YK- e"4?'5?-'-' -- - - --1' ,5 P -. - -5 -' IZ., 3 11 ..-I 3 I , l--.rin : J- fly: il 43' -7 , r wa . "'-Li' wir i-A" 1 i"-yi-I-3.5"-E'ir'L"U I if . L -.4 . . ,.,,,1. .'1,f.,,v.:4lI 1 . -' . ' '- , . Y' ', '11 - -- if -1- 'NAT 'YV' 'Q'-.fgf2'.Qi Jil? 1. H , . ij--A x . . .L - 1 L., 1 , '.: Sfandingz Allan Keyes, Maurice Rosenihal, James McGill, L. N. Smiih. Sealed: Mary Green, Befh Young, Hazel Walker. ev 4, , 4 :ky N1 0 F ,Q , .- X V... X- rm, fs -..- f ,X lr K mwm Z W 1 1 ' in so-on jg, ORPHEUS SOCIETY Sfanding: Norman Seip, Frank PaH'erson, Douglas S+ewar+, John Mills, Ewari Lamb. Seafed: Helen Buck, Mary Wrighf lPresiden+l, Dr. Harvey Robb, Billie Dick, Miriam Rosen+hal. THE ORPHEUS SOCIETY HE Orpheus Socie+y has been formed wiih a view +o sponsoring musical ac+ivi+y among 'rhe s+uden'rs of our Universiiy. The membership is made up exclusively of undergraduafes who feel 'rhal fhrough fheir organized eFFor'r overlapping of musical inieresls can be avoided. I+ is very imporiani fha? +he siudenis should express 'rheir wishes in +he maHer of a musical programme. While i+ will be impossible lhis year +o make any very deep impression, +he founda- iion is laid for greaier ac+ivi'ry in fufure years. The Execulive of lhe Orpheus Sociely, if so desired, will be very glad io co-operaie wi+h o'rher organizafions of equal value wi'rhin +he Universi+y wi'rh a view +o avoiding overlapping of programmes. Our Socieiy will always welcome new members. We are quile aware +ha'r so far only a frac+ion of 'rhose musically inclined have been aHrac'recl buf H is hoped 'rha+ as 'rime goes on we will win 'rhe aHen+ion of ofhers 'ro our cause. :- -5- . . ff, '-- -f,jT.. 1'- ,g 'Q I, In V1'--. A .a Qi -13' . 'f .iii f'ag..3 .4 Jsizc '2 v c'::!.J' '-" X ff Z ,ff X, x 'M' - 3'f."'iv'iif?'- 'T -. I -..ze . , U 1: 1+ .. , ', A Nr- 1 f J' if WI 1 Q9 Q1 .s . U, I 1 U I 1 . gui. , 1 ,1 r 1 y Q , in . A K 4, ' 4 -. 6- 1 V' . ',.p,.s . ."::"-Qin' ' -. .iff vi ',' 'fir-,.l51! A' 13" : A f - -,' -lr 1,11-Alf K-arf '-7 rw -f :wg-in v. : w 4.1 f 1- "l.ja"1g' ,fr 4- , :J , .51 -I .gf lg. .F nw 'J . f 'D r 1 ' 1, xl'-' 'Vt L. H. DAVIES Assis+an+ Direc+or of Physical Eclucafion CLAU DE TU RN ER Assisfanl' 1 I J. H. CROCKER Direc'ror of Physical Educa+ion . z , f .1-J..4 , ., ,Cv Dari." -" V if .-if J. .4 a . 'ga mf. 'J H. 4. i U' n - if an-. , - --'55 -- A-E-J, . - ,g. ,3- , ,.., -rl, 5511.151 5 ff' 'Gi " " ANDY RECKIE Assis'ran+ I43 ! ,, .- ,3 yr WV , fv. .- if iff. - i W !:I':i"15 .A fill -1 -all .1-"5 I-ff.. -,y' :Im "L, ,ly U. W: f 4 'Nu 4,. f 'ii ,1 1 W "0 'v A. 9 5. 'HH 1 A x 2. 54,2-T.' p 1 :if 611,12 ..:',.-K. i .L 1 2, 4yl,:-1 1 1 ' " . sf? 1 m2'....f -.,. L . A X Vu Ll' 'T x A 'T A x V . 'f 5- I' . 1 lx 1 'pr ' N 1. 'f 1 rx K I, 5 . yi 622' ' 525' 1 w .' L IR' LK nyrze I 5 Q A 5' Q 1 Y I .- -1 'T . . ...., 1 gig fi TT 2 f E 5 Fl? Q IEE :Rx ii .1 MARY BARKER Women's Direcfor of Physical Educa+ion DO RIS WESTON Assisfanf 4 C 'f4..,-- Il , , I ff ff? V5 BILL STOREN JOHNNIE METRAS Coach Coach S caprain of lhe egia+ by 'ream I wish 'ro fake lhis opporfuniiy 'lo express our appreci ion of lhe hearly co-operafion given us Ias+ fall by 'rhe s+uden+ body. One does no'r realiz helpful 's 'rhe supporf of +he s+uden+s unless he has acfually 'raken par'r in a game. I+ rea - mea e s'+o know 'rhaf The roofers are behind fhem. We enioyed one 'rhe mos'r su Eu oo'l'baIl seasons in many years, bolh financially and compelilively. All ugh we did no? win a championship if g ve us greaf safisfacfion lo reach lhe finals and 1' ave champions a scheduled game. May I a wish everyg Hurley, +he I939 Musl gs' caplain, and l hope 'rhal he will lea lhe ream Lh.:c"Tugh chawonship. X eeonee WILLIS. I px x .- X.. ,W vw-1 X?-X .,fs ' A"' . I f , f an M 'QW N' an-.--..- ERIC WEBB GEORGE WILLIS Manager Cap'rain I44 I, I 'wig I McGILL THE I939 senior infercollegiafe series opened wifh Wesfern af McGill. This was 'rhe firsf senior game for several men. Wesfern couIdn'I' gef going and were beafen 4- I. The McGill game af Wesfern, fhe Iasf game of fhe schedule, was fhe highlighf of fhe season. The sfadium was filled fo capacify, and fhe fans were well pleased wifh Wes+ern's spec- facular performance. Fausf bewildered fhe gMcGiII facklers, and Farmer ran wild fo score I3 of Wesfern's I6 poinfs. Wesfern's famous "fIicker" play broughf fhe crowd fo ifs feef, and Thompson's kicking overshadowed fhe besf efforfs of McGiII's hoofer. The play-off game af McGill was 'rhe sad ending 'Io a very successful season. The Musfangs furned ouf fo be poor "mud- ders" and gof mixed in af fheir own end and couIdn'f gef ouf. Wesfman accounfed for McGiII's fofal of 9 poinfs. Wesfern were held scoreless. , Y Q . 1 ,, T . M' Second WESTERN f.. I ' ' I6 Mae-ILL? 4 X I QUEEN'S HE firsf game wifh fhe Tricolors resulfed in many casualfies. Claude Moore was iniured and forced fo sfay on fhe side- lines mosf of fhe season. Wesfern ufilized a specfacular aerial affaclc fo send Reeve's feam back fo Kingsfon on fhe shorf end ofa I0 - 7 score. Fausf ran his way info fhe headlines, and Capfain George Willis sfopped everyfhing 'rhaf came near him. The game af Queen's was 'rhe roughesf game of 'rhe season. This didn'+ bofher fhe Musfangs, however, and fhe final score was I0- I in our favour. Jimmy Farmer scored all buf one of Wes+ern's poinfs and again proved himself 'ro be indispensable. Bill Ewener again came ou+ of refiremenf, buf Fausf was absenf from 'rhe lineup due 'ro injuries. Joe King Iurned in a fine per- formance and was a hard man fo sfop. - 1 H U RLEY KI N G B E N SO N COX I 'I IJ? . - If 5 FA U ST RO BA RTS McLACH LIN TAYLOR Q. . , ui . l x A "". i" ' i irsf iiigxil Second WESTERN W 9 If no QUEEN'S I fimifi 'A New -'Q' as ' - ,W . 1. x Q, , , '13 pf. and V' ,Ma fmfam NN. sm h . t N x - ,f uiwpv , . l NV V ' ' 'f '- fm" - H WWW v 'P' , .ss - - . . -s ,... A W , , . . VARSITY HE game in London was a close and hard-'foughf s+ruggle. The Mus+angs wen+ 'ro fhe showers wi'rh a 3 - 2 vic+ory and fhe 'ream as a whole played well. Benson played his lasl game of 'rhe year, and Roy Keni made his firsl' appearance for 'rhis season. Hurley handled 'rhe feam well and again proved him- self an excellenf field general. The game in Toronfo will no+ soon be forgoHen. The Wesl- ern 'ream and band won +he praise of all. Wi+h Wesfern leading 7-3 and only 4 minu'res +o go, if looked as if fhe famous "iinx" had been broken. However, Varsi'ry 'rhen scored a much-dis- puled 'rouchdown which won +he game 'for ihem. ln +he lasi' minule Wesfern had a chance 'ro fie or win 'rhe game-+hey gambled-iried a field goal and los'r. Wesfern was superior in all deparlmenfs excepl' ball-handling. Wes+ern's "flicker" pass and lhe band were superior +o any+hing Varsily could offer. 5 5: iv ., ,iz Firsf Second , WESTERN 3 '- 7 VARSITYg.- Z 8 .-Klgfiiiixbiylp f fffmf - five xg' -gi INTERMEDIATE RUGBY TEAM Lasl' Row: Hicks, Sharp, McGill, Gaunf, Allen, Douglas. Second Row: Murray lManagerl, Lorriman, Hollingswor+h, Airlzen, Dixon, Miller, Ewener lHonorary Coachl. Fron+ Row: Krol, Gurhrie, Killoran, Temcoe, Smi+h. !1 -f ":-5' T-17' u ' ' '4- 1,---1 ' ,.-fa, X J, If-. -n--1,1 ,,,y ,' .. . - f , .L-4. rf ,3- . . Ng . .e": 1 . ' . H-rv J: A-.1-' .fF,".f--I 'f. A.,-. --. ' .' 1: n '-mf? a71r...: sf J., nj .. 1.13:,Lr ' if ,Ml - 3-.FV N I936 fhe Weslern Colls won fheir firsl' inrercollegiale rugby game. Since 'rhen rhey have lcepf up +he good worlc and added 'I'o 'lheir srring of vicrories. Lasl fall lhey look Varsiry down in borh games and humbled 'rhe McMas'rer squad. There's only O. A. C. lell ro go. .wa -.-'mm - ' , ..,. . ., , 1'-'lg ..1 ,af SENIOR SOCCER TEAM Back Row: Mr. Jenkin, Fred CurI's, Blair McLenaI1an, Gordon Corneil, Russell Down, Lloyd Walden, Carmen Balmer, Ray Kenney, R. G. Murray. FronI' Row: Elgin LiHIe, R. G. Oliver, Willie Woods, John Taylor, Bob Har'rweII. , . 7' , "pl qig2.fIv5.35R7w' INTERMEDIATE SOCCER TEAM FT, Sfandingz Dr. Fox, Mr. Jenkin, Howard Dickinson, Clarence Ure, James Girvin, Ross McIn+yre, Roberl' Bass, R. G. Murray, Ray Kenney. Second Row: Arnold Harris, Bob SI1erviII, Kennelh McKeIIar. FronI Row: George Wallace, Harvey HiIIen, A. McLagan, Roberi' Smi+I1, Allen Keys, Gordon Nesbir. v I I II IX: I, Iv " XII , swag , wi f ' 1 I ggraf 4 Maw VVJE SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM Sfandingz Davies ICoachI, Farmer, Krol, MarshaII, HurIey, Fausf, Lee IManagerI. Sea+ed: Gu+hrie, EIIio'H, Casey ICap+ainI, Sheppard, Manness. ,I f,.-, ,L , , . .. I . -- .,.g :gf 7 ' :du Mya' . piffqgff , , Y,-if 1-f.Qf,f?15yf I r,mfe:f2ff'+frA'f j?1 ff' f 'f . .ff off' ,PZ-4"' 1-:me-as-1-ff -A -11 ' 1'55-'ifiif-'-f.S-4116 . E '? "' Q V' .1 r, f'5- .'-nk ,,., V '91 - :, ,, .9 ' I 5'-.F:'?'v"g.7",!-'I ' , 1' f i 1531 A I I1 Af A 'V-' - f" ' 25 -I2'ffg24N52m"-5'5" " F 759 , ,, 1. 5: ".7f'?fff3,.'fife,gI'-f'3ff2fi5 T' ' - f A Q fnalakghz-1xaf'Z1,g.Egg-iljl, " ig, ,.t , 5.3,-eve,-. 2 ,4:"SrjBQjf'f2-"5f'QgFgyQf"--.1 " ,V . 1' .:.-3' -1. 'Al ,- . 'Q I-1 ' A-"f 'Z 3 1'-f f 'I ffjv, 1 IR 1 . .- - . 'a ""g.,--'g','x.v-P ' . "-'7.L1Q'hr w ill -5. F1 -If' in-"L:-,I 'rn' K ig A' '1.,?:.,.?- .nl W .. ,I :lg-:IL A--I 41.5 Tnriddifb :gql.x'ft'11:':,Ft -, -. f. -- -w - if I--,'f'f:f'? '. .-"T" -fi 5 ' I ir. ,ling Req". .Ill-xf,Q!,?'2T1w.?f5-Elf,-1 . .li ' 5:-'.' I f'."",-3,-gjf' '5'- I.-Q" -235' ' '5'L1-nr " ' :lb 11" 2 -- -'Ac' V 1-I I 1 'srl-5 ",--1 " ' 'I INTERMEDIATE BASKETBALL TEAM I +ancIing: Carver ICoachI, J. Paferson, Paddon, SIcea+s, Gaun+, OHen IManagerI. Seared. N. Paferson, Thompson, Scoble, Johnson, Temcoe, Nareff ICapI'amI. N f 2 Y I W an - 'FNI2fI51,1I,132 " If M 'I Qhxrigi .,.. , W, 4 1 i s I 'z 4' :E Z i W z, Q' 1 va W an za-5" ,V ,maxn- , .wdige co , 'f i ' - ,,..., "" 1 MEDS' BASKETBALL TEAM S+ancling: Sidney Shapiro, Morris Finlclesfein, Bill Loclcingfon, Alfred Roos. Seafed: Clinion Amacher, Jack Kennedy, Keifh Coa+es lCap+ainl, Bill Wong, Charlie Bodlun , n . Q 771,42 s I 1 . , 1- .. we ng ML' D J, - I tt 5.-':1:. .if N , 1 1 nl ,Y ,jf-.J I ff. 4' a I Fgfl I -I i , , In z .I V' Z1 -' , --".i1"'i'l ' - I' 4" ' Jiri!-i'1'f."'i3P .fan ' .f'."4L .- ' -59'-.4v.Z7fL ' ,aiff-9 ifft. 43-5-'f' "r, 'Q'-'i'-5 -:lg 1,1 -. , 111.-aign.N,,4"-1 L , .- . ii-f 5 '1 , nfl ffv 'f' - "fig fl. i ,,, I'-'1?-Eaf 5,3131 - : Q." ' 1 - an ,, .W ,.i:z"'-,,:f 2 1 4,699 I 4 Fp.,,35f- 1,523 . -L-Iv' .. X giex- -. sic, - ...tri-L, 9 .-., - -9 V X ., , . ,,gM'21 ,'g?5:3'5' f " " , 1. fr L J-5 uigf , 7.12 - fi ' " - -f5':.if-L'-Zfkfii, ' - ' grew 'A J:'it,a5.'::-Ejef. A . wg-' , f' -MEL 1- 4 f J -' df-f+f1'f4.4fr-fb ,,f, 'f-Z5 . , f 5 " ,iA"Lf.i,fu?.ii- "ze f:q?Qf Jf "' "g5Ef? 5' - ,f-1ffrir55f75g7i'H'J W - Jii l i' 'Qfy5,fgg1,s - ' qfgfpng'-5,2211 Tai, ., Wi' f 3 -f 1 tffif 5215 . -p-'y,,'.1-f ' , ,yr 1,-1 U. M529-"' ' ' -,-A 'A , MEDS' VOLLEYBALL TEAM Bacl: Row: Shapiro, Marshall, Brown, Johnson. Sea+ecl: Cameron, Levine lCap'rainl, Coafes. Q11 -"' .,,,, H J Q ,.,, fa , X' -K ' - " fzn- x k , nf- :A 5, M fm N52 y W me E' wr' Ig, .. "" 1 YW e .-...Q ,LX Sgxigss Wie. X X L of ,,X. V 'M Q- ww Q .W , TRACK TEAM Sfandingz Graham llvlanagerl, Downs, Henderson, Colborne, Parlrer, Gardiner, Bell, Davies lcoachl. Seafeclz Pa++erson, Acres, Thompson, PaHerson, Sweeion, Gulhrie, Busby. Absenfz Fleming, Ferris, Loaring, Rogers, Simpson. ,JP :Liv fl-rl fl-i L.: V l':' e, - :K . i.. . W' all s .' ' . - 1 '-'Q ,4252 24 r, ,Le U3 3, '.. , a..z.-4?-Zh : :FF 'g',!,-'Q-L-.ear r , , ,. -. . JDK . 'fn Y: lg -' . .. -s 7 S- F of , ' 1511 , L' at , E'i' l"lARRlER TEAM Davies tCO6Cl'l,, Sweefon, Acres, Thompson, Gardiner, PaHerson, Henderson. ,. r '4- ,-, f j'f2'11? . fLm2sf'2i?fiA'i3" . 'rf :W-.iw-1,'k"' ..2,fg.?fJjii-'9"f J' ' A I F- .. . AQ,'Q-'Aff Q, 1 vo- I -, -. si.-3? 25, .- 31, -. 7 f' A . Y c . 1- 4. . T' 1, - 1 E. 1'-. 'xv-A: "' .1111 411 1 L. Absent Fleming, Ferris. , ..., tl- .WHL M ' an , ' -"- A-' - Jaw? , Z lug Q .44 ' L if L' W 5 A.. asf 1 ,vu y 5 3 X 'i' 5 Z ? y SWIMMING TEAM Baclc Row: George Wallace, John Loaring, Les Wheable, Lloyd Glenville, Andy Reelue Coach Fronl Row: Hugh Fraser, Branden Conron, Siu Land lcapfainl, Bill Turnbull, Ausfin Smufh "El -1 '. , 1 x ' , - ': fX7"1" "' . . - . .' 1 ' -,uw-ig.. . " ws G. A ,lull ...ai . 1 nrt-., :.',. I 7' Q,-Q" ,J ,l':,',..-L f pp-rr - , fr f-.4 - 1 "H L-1 .37 .5 I .I .Q 1 , . fy.. K -1 :ark 'v:.,1:xA.T:.'l-:lf U h -. Ci nit. .. .1,'.Q,,,..'.,r- g- 4 :- ..v.f. - .g,,r, , rixffffgq.. ff5h,r,1,H: , . - .gy . , 51555534 13.1, ,ff , Q' , ' , I -,- fn. -.f.', j- ,gf-'-" - -A. 5? "..5'alfJ T5 i?ak.r'5l"1 A L 1"12T' n ',. .a"" 'fl D-f'. ,,' .,:hj?Qg'L9'1 ,gfgfgg 91, .fin --' - .ar-1' ' Jrfvhqx' .',a- f -31' ' yo 55 'Ll ' - 'f I ? . 0'f.w7!1f1nS' --: ., rg, :HW i-' , gasp- . 5' .L ' -- ' 5' l'4 ' f. i"l"' .:' -.EQ Q .gn f ' ,.,-5' .' , .'+":'-,' Wm 1- ,IL-if , .,, sf' " 9- 1f"'f5l1-,-i'ff,"1:a' c'i',f43f-'ff' N9 Le liz, L13 L' 1' , :1'fZ,'!yL5-'H-5 7 'l 4 Qi.'ff'qj 11" ,,f'fQf5i1?4-:L P L- gaegggff-gf,-g,, F 3?-7:-.f"f ' 'niifiaja-'uY" 1,w a,z1.fm,. ,. an 'fini .-cw " -1' .-, ,L. ,r-5. ,- .1 1, 9 WJ 5 - f vi ijt 2' Taylor lCap+ainl, Horcl, Lee, Haslrin, Oliver. H? f BOXING TEAM Siandingz Hunl, Downs, Cameron, Taylor, Fennell, Kenl, Reelcie lCoacl1l. Sealed: Golden lCap'rainl, Cook, Campbell, Allen, Wilson. 'll I 4' 11,-,-55,1 ,, . f 1,9 if" - -D , . I 52'L2QfffQ5" ' f ' - pl Ere' '15--" , Lrg gf". :gf , V ra.-A -Z J '-L rariififfjgf' A ff? 1 .5 . . "4 r m ,-sf '?,P'f2.:1--'ff - .- ,fl 4 -em,-,. . --. 4 -AH' ,f ee ,ass-V ,.'v.' JUL. .1f': " 5 '. '.' 4,-.f-' ':'ji"g3'L1':i!.F ,.-it 1 ,. " '-" f' .fil.7'1g.,-f"Qif.'4'?, 2 ' o n if ' - F r- Q - ff! QP ? " 1' -41 "v?v"."l',7',f'---'"9"" -"'-ff ' ,. -I ' 'I 1"lZ,."pf-" ' ' fle!" 'g V mp. ' . ' g if- Q-A :e U .J-J. .l yqgimv. 1.' 1 , 1. ,. , n, r' ,- . .. , , , . , . .. K I, .V . - " yi 3' 'I -1 " '1. ir"---w -'f ,:.- -1 " 1-1. . ., .,gf,,4,i'f1,j,-V: .. 4v,ff,g,. Ju,-i :Z .' H' ": j. K, . ,fx .,, V A ... , -2..i- gre' .. "A-o' f7A' 4 FT -Jim'-'i."."' 'V 4 1' " . w . 'f 1 ,- ' .N Vi -P. A ,,'- Tf- N A I '. I flu: -3,556 ' ,- 7-if ',,L5v ,HH 1 ,-,. ,gk H434- , ,- , , N . , 1 . .. -- . ' ' " 'ff 'L ' .' .' 1 ,, 2' f- f -' '. ' '-XxL ,-':..-' fe- .,: Q.. .f-4 H- -' ',' .-g..'I.A ".3..:'f-5'-f " "1 f-'li ,W .' ' f .. ' - . 1 - - 'I ' , ' i ' ,.-415' vp.. '- ,-:-1,6 " 'zu la- ' 1:21, ,..- .w .- , ',,f .I n 1. " -uf a-,,, rf .- .3 - I - , , 7- .'.' 4 l 4 ' 1' Slanding: Turner lCO6Cl1,, McCallum, Taylor, Oliplwanl, Hicks, Summers lCap'rainl, Reid. Sealed: Colucci, Pearce, Guyall, Loclcharl, Hill, Smilli, Laughlon, Reelcie llvlanagerl. M SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM Back Row: Graham Manager Thompson Frarey Dixon Sfewarf Cap+aIn Lawson, Seager, Scrarch, Granf, PeH'lnger Coach Froni' Row: Webb Kung A+cheson, AIIen, Ross '-L.-" -H'.'-,IL-11, ' ','9""-'- ' '., - . vmab' .,'Q5'-" 1. ' 'L - " .' '. -' 'ef . - ' ' '7- 77: --" ... L' 12 -.' .,-',.-"." " ' ' ' ' .'-'5-".':1 1"' 'H .'7-,jfs-' , --f.k.,1-"- ' .'- 4 ' -' I-"4-A -'N -- . I ,,.., f -. .-yi ,l g- -, . .415-, .. .-Brea ,."-:In ' '- .+. '- .,,- -,-I v V- J-45 I- ' , 1-".' ' J' '-'- --.Zf..v 'J b fyf - ,., H J ,,-- lr- 11 I.. 1-,L ,.. .Mau -H -.. . . . . ..,.-- -- 4 , .,,L.,,', ,L ,'.'.,i 1.1.-.., Q fb. . 1. Il 'V F' ,- . ,'I'3f JV: ,f,1'- I.'2 1 ' f71'Ji -- Y -1.5. -'JL-1' .. , ' . . Q- . . - -- 4 - '. . '.. v - I A ff' 1, If--41 .rw Y ik,-QM: fa' ..g'?fg-:nl .- .2 ,.J-:.,, .. .4 ' ' Ig. ' Q1 'r ' , I. i fi 55 .'a?1f'22"'f:'j9 ?r,.25?.o' Y - f ' 1 4. 1 ,V - ,. - -a ,, 4. 4,4 A . I . .. v' , .. , b 4, - f ',..',1:-I ., , .. ,.- '- - ,..--- T, ' . ,I ,. ,V . ,. .. A eg ,51" flv5f!. " ,,,, -,,-a:.'g1f..- , ' .az - ,. '."g' "" 5 f1f:1'jf:5L'.,J-'Taj' ,,.- - . , QM 1 , fzdfff- - ' I 1. ' - - hs.. , ,ff r? ,E ., 12, 1 'uffQ-ggwf' ' Eg ff, '- fi- 2 ff. ff' fi ,, J:-'T f 1 IT' ,f.".r-,Qu w-'- ff I .f My -u:u,:+k .YV ek :QF I INTERMEDIATE HOCKEY S+ancIIng: Leo MiIcheII, John Murray, Sfuarf Rolfe, Chuck GiIIen, Murry Frarey, Eric PeI'+Inger IC06CI1I. Sea+ecI: KeI+h Caspell, Len Self, Cam Gran+, George Wong, Charlie Seager, Don Lawson. 1 r SKI CLUB wif!! .,,,-5155? aul Dixon, Jack Fihgibbons, Pefe Ivey, Jack Woolley, Bob Shervill. Wg,f,7ggf?5'5:v.,, V a Br-5-'Z"".f" . -s ,f'5f::':+f2""' r , ,,,g,w:yE?ifQQ" .Q-fx V ' -fy: " 553-" N me e r 6, '9 ' ' A 141-s A-7 -L, ? -5 'c AP' Qv,.a' :sn iq? gi'-4? 111134 n. Lai' ,Sr lf':s:.:.,gT'QkXq': :rf .Sw H ' . JF 50 GOLF TEAM Jack Gufhrle, Bull Cameron, Morris P Wearing Mal Lever. ., . 7' ': l 'ij " fn '95 4 '.-.,:r",' ,. 1-free hr 4 I -gui' .J 1: . Y.5'5'5.,. .Z .-.of---g,,h 24.1 ."' -..,- 1 m'- ,nu .Y . .44 1 ,, , '. .e-1. "- if". 'J -.""f . '7?"-al" 'T ' lv"1'1"""r"".if"i" -. k " " aff- . .-.Z-'1."'f1' -1- L"- , '-'.' fr 1 f,' " L f ' .. '..".-.J"'.'f- 7 'e3- :- ' , ' ',s1'l- , ' 'J'.'. L"'1+" A'-,P:..-1' nl- :'i,r'. ',g ,g.,',, F. -fffgy-11. v' H v 5,-,fr .-,,, .,.- ,1 ,. . -J. . .,-?--.. "A .. ' I - 419' f -.. . sc-' - ----Liv ' ,..' 5-- -, --w '-. .v '3f,.,!... . - ,,":,1,..'.. l 115, " '. .- . 'j 5- ": 5' "' I -4- mu", .F-aff . - Q., .. 34. - ,-.-Dj 1 'K 7" '1.'w',J:J " -I.: ' -Y 1 'r- I I J Q I ' I 4-wif t 1 f--:W - 4. J, W Qi giifisifff- 0 ' .. fa'f:'ff'1.-'g lf ..-f'EZ."!l - Q' ' f.:'v13342lirN,2f5 --'.:aJ'ii'2if f4"nQ- ' S-d -- I ney T mg ,, 1 CHEER LEADERS , ,."s.-is T23 J ' ,v?g1r,,,,.-."""' f . "'. ,i 4.4 4, " , .a.I'?-Yiie--444-'T'.'?. .S T 4' : ,ag5g:1,-4--.1-1. r rv gs -' T, " ' Shapiro, Al. VKWW ix 7 9' Qs Paul Dixon, Laird Bovaircl, Bill Craig, Doris Eagles. '11, E H: ,,, I x I I I l l' It' l 'xx ,. '-" 'f. ' , 11 'iv' I x I "T L ,---:fe Shir, ' .' x' . '.' ' r '.1?vlT?4v."':l,g,,4.f' ,ma 4,:..h-o ,Nj .. Fai., -. .. 1 v? , f " '. ' .. Tw ZS 'V' i.. Y 54, Q 1 J all -fb 1 f -1 ,ff p lf'r 'A 1 f 1 1 F' " .J TENNIS TEAM Johnson, Tecl Richmond, Duel Thompson. 9 as sl .5 K 2 W gig? 'xi' 9 ix, T, ,, r :.,,-".. -, CANADIAN OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS Back Row: L+. R. H. Haskins, 2nd L+. N. Lee, 2nd L+. G. E. Barlxwell, L+. G. A. Adams, 2nd L+. A. Glendinning, 2nd L+. A. Johnson, 2nd L+. N. Boyd. Second Row: 2nd L+. B. A. Morrison, 2nd L+. R. Dillon, L+. F. Chesham, L+. G. N. Mor+on, L+. K. L. Mi++on, L+. A. M. Pain. Fron+ Row: Cap+. David Ivor, Maior H. M. Thomas, L+.-Col. A. Woods, Maior T. H. KirIcpa+ricIc, Cap+. M. L. Barr, Capt J. F. S+eadman. f2L:'i iii" -. --is 4 '. 5- 1:1113 - 1 f1f.-'f'Ll'i-5':f:- 5,- v 1-:,1j,f,.".,j,'s5d. . f'fi+'dr1i'j -7:91 ir -a-.1-fir' 115.46 -ff 3 ' -1. 'Q-.J-'-21 -l"L: ' -...Q y:.,,,. ,.- 4+-f' ' 1, f , za 1- 53. F' ' BADMINTON CLUB Back Row: Wallace Nesbi++, Archie McIn+yre, Don Lawrence, Bill Cameron, Jaclc Jackson, Lionel Nelles, Don S+uar+. Second Row: Jack Nichols, Doro+hy Irwin, Eleanor McIn+yre, Phyllis Godwin, Jean Lawson, Doro+hy McLean, Aus+in Wrigh+. Fron+ Row: Be++y Trusco++, Marion Thomas, Barbara Pe+ers, Jim S+evenson, Jean Dempsey, Elsie Gillies, Marian Anderson. ibf ggi! nf Bi ,fr -mics' r ,vs A W-A W6 WOMEN'S ATHLETIC COMMITTEE S+anding: Jean McNaIIy, Mariorie Fei'I'1ers'rone, Claire EIIioH', Marian Websrer, Mary Tasker, Joan Brea Izspeare. Seaiedz Margarei' Craig, Peggy Sfurman, Ka'rI1Ieen Vei+cI1, Mrs. A. H. Johnson, ReH'a Barss. E1 I H I:-".'. -- . 'T' ." H1-'-'-1 ,Y.'m."'.: '.- ' , .. .pgghgqi . ' . , I .-Aly pil' f-:j. - f -,, '.f"LIL., -4. , ,lr I 'gi' ' 1'Q1,g.Qi.1 fjg , .2213 . . f . -3-9 ,. .ff ' if if -T rf' -I 15, ,. 4, .1-was -'ff I-If-'H --1' ' , I ....:vQ1rLg,,-,,. . 5 a c , mega --if '-A , 1. Q- - lf 1.4 :.v. -M1 -,sf Ju"- . , m IM ggi 1 401.-!...f5 V ET..-?l'57'E""" . rivrn' ' 2P:'!,p,.-2'f.',.A 1 ' Iv.. 15,71 ,?7'f5- -gf ' , , , ,, -iuffgiii , wuyfsf , 1 ' . r. - IIT'-nglrr "I A - Q :- 'L'-.-' '55 I., .ew w . . 7 . : ' gif ':':,- ,,2'.1Q1i:' A 'i?'Tw- If' 4 A' I4-ZAII'-fri! A h ff' .- 3 , ,,-' 'ffffgfpyi-3'!li'2f: QA' I-:fr if ' 293947,-Sf? ITf1If'i7i3fifi575t+' Lady?-Q., . ,L - ffqjli - f -,T .-I ' XI' SWIMMING TEAM S+anc.Iing: Gladys Humphrys, Winnifrecl Smirh, Joan Breakspeare, SeaI'ecI: Barbara Govan, MargareI Craig, Kafhleen SIivinsIci. Helen Higgins, . as ' r h ' I Z Q ,pdi a , 1,.,,, ..: . , I mf u ' a-W I A I I 7 I 3 LiIIian Graham. Rf ' As' XX 'fi ' KRW! A 1 v ' I ' I 3 ' I ,I .-+ '1- .,,- -.v T., ..L Q , XA. u-Q1 ' .w 'ar 1? x f., -gxf , ef' J 'a..f ml W- . ,, 1:7 A1 0 SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM Sfandingz Peggy Siurman, Jean McNaIIy, Claire EIIioH, Margarei' McQueen, Joan Breakspeare. Seafedz Irene Gefias, Margare+ Beck, Mary Cardiff ICap+ainI, Bessie Nickleson, Joyce Chamberlain. ,.,. ee iiiffl? -5 f"' :S. l:SfZ'.s,f.. 0 4? S, wg-95611. ' , . - . A " -""J' .'.pf- ' , f ,, I -Ee- . sings-a3Sr ' ' . B A , . - ,a,'f',A-:f,:'i,'e,y. r J' Y f" 125' , ff .. . - riff 1 f':"'y'f 3'lf'z"'il'-,GQISIWIV , ,.,g,1g-E,-V'?Q. '1 i'.Ii-f - -- . . I-i f' ' i . ' --3-V - . .1f. ,.'.-vu!-,H-I. I - - ,lr ,.,:. I '41, 1. -. .J -V, 5-,- :-- -..L,,cf. ',', f ff'- .. - 'fff--,-1,1745-.A':-' JG E.: 1 ':.l 1 .Zvi-.r 4-1' ', v -li' an F. gli. 1-:as ,',v I f 4 K. -'Qif,i1'Q.-:Lf '75-ff' I' ' , i 1. ,IJ rl I 1 .f"'.-: rv-, - ' 1 I L I'-"" ' I INTERMEDIATE BASKETBALL TEAM Back Row: Margaref Hughes, Doro+I1y Irwin, BeH'y Walker, Jean McNeiI. Second Row: Joyce Kemp, Ediih YeIIand, Joyce Hous+on, Winnifred Smi+I1, Be+I1 McKenzie. Fronf Row: Helen Morningsiar, Denise O'Brien, Doris EIIen+on ICap+ainI, Be'Hy Turner, Pegg W , yy 4jA"'!?'f , ' Ap u! l WW yi 3 . I X My J wif Q ix , y Gilmour. , . 6 - - xi - .- ' I S f '- .- 1 , - N W ' ' ' .. 1 'f ' ' f f M M I ' 'f 5 'I ' 'W Y W X W 4 'W' , 4 .404 1 ,f fe, , '- :-vwfazfwne " f' 4 1, 1,-zzew-421:-p m ew fy , A 'X ff ,f 'ff f' -fm, f A- -W -rf ey f ,n . 4M . " f f .-,V Is- ,aww-'-'W A ,W , H7 , W J . , ,WWW . ,,,, , 4 K A , X . , , , , . f , s 3 . if gm ' I 'I .I 'Q ' ,M ,M A , ,.,, , ,, . .-,, . . ., 31.1 f,f , g,f f !' 7, awp ' V, WW, ' ,. , f. A -33 W7 WAHI! ,if ' ,' , 1 ' gov , 'ef ' QW? .fg - ', , 4 f 5 f- 4 , ,Q . . -TZ J, 4 , -1 j I 'K W 'Q' r 47' f ' . , Lf 4 j a, 1 5' c vm WW' 'Q W1 , ga A J 5 k .J I .. , Z , W., ,yi 5 A N 7 ' f 0 ' ' ' ' ' kiwi C' J, I Q Ik. 1,1 'TH IBM, 2 ,I 7 M my av. 1 Aziz H. me W laik Ma W ,,,,-2 , A'f. vw- y Q A --N 4 1- M r , - . 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M- - V .4-.bg 1- f 456,-gf: " Dorof HOCKEY TEAM hy Golding, Lorna ArscoH', Marian Webs'rer, Ka+l1leen Vei'I'cl1, Marian Snell, Claire EllioH. ,4 ' ,l" AJ '15 4-3"-1-7-4 rf' , , .,, 1 .-..f., , 2 I I: :,,-3 :gf Hi ,N -wx -'Y f '.,, gn, W4 , L, K we , "2""' 32 We bw 1' X . 'aw -H A , ' Q if-me , We Ramona,-m TENNIS TEAM Jean McNaily, Norah McCormick, Joan Breakspeare, BeHy PaH'erson :VJMQ u. . ,'P-f- 'n'- 15: f- .e: 1" . x f?fi1'1 3 .Ar K . 6. if 4'?F:f'- 7 - Le, - .- . -Hs. far: nf-'14 - ,ff W-Q. ., iff'?If-. .' - --:ss ' 12:2-,' . . - - .5-Y ev' .-, 'gr-' ,r -Q "Qw- . -:.,12"'.-- MA: x N hind- Through the tireless efforts of Vlfesting- house research ideas, born of thinking into the future, are gradually taking concrete form. Thus the needs and problems of the future are even now being solved by an organization dedicated to electrical progress. 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