University of Maine - Prism Yearbook (Orono, ME)

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wmf THE UNIVERSITY OF MAINE 1 9 3 Sf T PHISM NMMMtwMmfMiniiMH iM . ■ r I ' " " ■ ' ' ■ L ■i V 1 f I 35 PR I 5M i IHBI r1 P - ' am H ■HH F f 1 ! K B tt HsH Bfl I A ii bm p " ' V ji JIv 3 11 ' , ' « K fSS SHuBS ' . Gr ufjLL 1934 SIluUlL TL. TfLr±kui KuAlrUUUL Ifln nnqsN mgttmmttmm ' ' n .. ■i ' j r f ! 1 ill 111 1 ; f " ' f i ' ' r =. u y ' y- r I •• v. ,. . !., r -» .:.k ' ». ■t i i: si ' v , f ' r ' • ;. i. » ' t . .: n : JV V I I V;7i ' •■• 1 1 - ,: t- 1 i i 4 L, 1 rrrj c- rsH i -1 ' ' i.-w j«swl! J • -A ' . - ' r »fc HL CLoAA afms jiAiAmii thlAJiLVWW of tllL flMAlJUl IjMA EAhjidLnjCj d thmtqht Id tfwlJL wiuT hjur fiAjuiidjui uA ut llvi cukL iLoAnlnq on diL limmJiAhij of llkuj CcunpjiL . . . . lijy uJL w-cr jL i,a- ' ji%i». mmmmmmmmnmeammft . r f cL L a To Harold Sherburne Boardman Retiring President of Our University, Acl{nocvledged Leader and True Friend, We Dedicate the Prism of ig H t L o n - - ' - -- i ' : . ' " i : -. j?. »: . -l¥. ' mlLftlJV- -JLJ-J-J-lJ Prksidf.xt Harold S. Eoardmax D.C.E., C.K., Eiig.D., LL.D. BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION Left to right— Registrar Gannett, Trcasurt-r Dean Muilenburg. Dean l-uicn, Ucaii Curlicu, Uc iu t lokc Xinr i officers of Administration OF THE UNIVERSITY Harold Sukrevrnk Boaru-Man. President James Xorris Hart. Dean George Davis Chase, Dean of Graduate Study Lamert Seymour Corbett, Demi nf Men Edith Grace Wilson, Acting Dean nf iVninen Roy Merle Peterson, Director of the Sninnier Session and Editor of the University Catalog Walter Joseph Creamer, Director of l-reshnian Week Louis Tappe Ibbotson, Librarian Charles John Dunn, Treasurer liineritns Frederick Shaw Youngs, Treasurer James Adrian Gannett, Registrar Edward Havener Kelley, Acting Purchasing Agent Irving Pierce, Accountant Addie Matilda Weed, Recorder Evelyn Taylor, Assistant Registrar William Carl Wells, Dormitory Clerk Mavnard Alton Hincks, Student Counselor OF THE COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATION Paul Cloke, Dean of the College of Technology Oi-iN Silas Lutes, Dean of the School of lldiicotion Fred Griitee. Director of the Maine Agricultural ILvferimcnt Station. James Muilen ' Bur(;, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Arthur Lou kij Dkkring. Dean of the College of Agriculture rRE. S ' 11. L . v " •i lVf REGISTRAK GANNETT DEAN J. N. HART ADMINISTRATION « 7M DKAN i 11 SON PIERCE KELLFi DEAN coRBfc rr IBBOTSON WEE!) TAYLOR CROSSIAND r.Uz ' cn College of Agriculture Faculty of Instruction Artihr Lowri.l Dhkrinc, B.S., Dcaii Gf.or(;e Euward Simmons. M.S.. iJ.Sc. Projcssor of .liiiciioiiiy Lamert Seymour Corbett, M.S.. Professor of Animal Industry Herbert Staples Hill, .A.B., Professor of Agricultural Ilducation Charles Henry Merchant, Ph.D.. Professor of Ai riculttiral Jieonouiies anil l-ann Mtiiuiticni ' ul James Howard Waring, Ph.D., Professor of Ilorlicullure Pearl Stiart Greene. .A.M., Professor of Home P.conomics Feri);nani) Henry Steinmetz, Ph.D.. Professor of Botany and Entomoloiiy Maurice Daniel Jones, M.S., Professor of Aiiricultural lieonomies and Purni M anaijemenl Ki.mer Reeve Hitch ner. Ph.D.. Professor of Bacteriology Llewellyn Morse Dorsey, M.S., Professor of Dairy Husbandry Harry Woodbury Smith, M.S.. Professor of Biological and Agrieultural Cheniislry Marion Deyoe Sweetman, Ph.D.. Professor of Home lieonomies DwiCHT BliRC.ESS De.meritt, M.F., Professor of Porestry John Robert Smyth, M..S., .issociate Professor of Poultry Husbandry Allen Wright Goodsi ' EED, M.F., Associate Professor of porestry Chauncey Wallace Lord Chapman, [.S., Assistant Professor of Porestry Leigh Philbrook Gardner, M.S., Assistant Professor of Poultry Husbandry Harold Clayton Swift, M.S., Assistant Professor of Aiironomy Charles Orville Dirks, M.S., .Issistant Professor of lintomoloi y Werner Thadeus S.nyder, M.S., Assistant Professor of Agronomy (jEoRiiE Peter .Steinbauer, Ph.D., .Issistant Professor of Bol iny Marguerite Ruth Musgrave, .V.M., Assistant Professor of Home lieonomies Monroe Hdward Freeman. Pli.D., Assistant Professor of Biological and Aiiricultural Chemistry Robert Irvin(; .-Xsiiman, M.!- " ., Assistant Professor of Porestry Howe Wiggin Hall, M.S., Assistant Professor of Animal hnluslry Fay Hylanu, M.S.. .Issistant Professor of Botany Hei.ene Heye, M.S., Assistant Professor of Home lieonomies John Franklin Witter, D.V.M., .Issistant Professor of .-Inimal Pathology Reulaii Elizabeth Osgood, . ' .M.. Instructor in Home lieonomies Gladys NL rie (ioui.i . Pi..S., Part-Time hislrtidor in Home lieonomies in Charge of Student Teaching Roger Clapp, M.S., Instructor in Horticulture Richard McVay Riley, M.S., Instructor in Horticulture Mabel I,ancaster Stewart, R..S., Instructor in Home lieonomies Merton Stanley Parsons, M.S., Instructor in .■Igricullural lieonomies and harm .Management Fred Ivugene Bi.anchard, R.S., Graduate Pellotx. ' in Dairy Husbandry Keith H. Lewis, R.S., Graduate h ' elloK In Bacteriology KuiiENE Cecil Ogden, B.S., Graduate Pelhm ' in Botany and lintomology 7 t_ a-f Tieeh; gBP S U SDIUin " HAPMA-V nail El COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE OF-AN Dli KlNG ' Nl s MIK(_MANT MO.- It N-vi s uill I Thirteen College of Arts and Sciences Faculty of Instruction James Muilenbirg, Ph.D., Dean James Norris Hart, C.E., Sc.D., Ph.!).. Projcssur oj Malhcmjlus end Aslroiwmy John Ho.mer Hl-ddii.ston, Ph.D., Professor of Ancient Cwilhalion end l.fchtrcr on Art llisloiy George Davis Chase, Ph.D., LL.D., Professor of Classics Roy Merle Peterson, Ph.D., Professor of Roinnnce Lamjnaiies Robert RiTHERKORn Drimmond, Pli.D., Professor of German IIari.ev Rkiiarii Wii.lard. Pli.D.. Professor of Malhenialics and .lslro)ioniy John H .Vshwortii. Ph.D., Professor of P.cononiics and Sociolin y C ' liARLF.s .An ' drew I ' r auti-ECIIT, Pli.D.. Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Enjiineerlnfi Milton Iu.lis, Ph.D., Professor of Eni lisli Albert Lewis Fitch, Ph.D., Professor of Physics Fran(;o!s Joseph Kueny. L. cs L., Professor of Komance Laniiuai es Mark Bailey, A.M., Professor of Public Spcakiiuj Charles Alexius Dickinson, Ph.D., Professor of I ' syeholo;iy Olin Silas Lutes, Ph.D., Professor of Education Ronald Bartlett Levinso.v, Ph.D., Professor of Pliiloso hy Adflbert Wells Si ' RAgue, .A.M., Professor of Music Bertram) French Brann, S.M.. Associate Professor of Clicniistry Ava Harriet Chadbourne, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education Albert . ' Xmes Whitmore, M.A., Associate Professor of History and (ioiernnient Noah Rosenberger Bryan, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Mathematics Albert Morto.v Turxer, Ph.D.. Associate Professor of Ent lish and Comparatii e Literature Maynari) Fred Jordan, M.A.. Professor of Mathematics and .Islrononiy Charles Burton Crofutt, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics Kenneth Stillman Rice, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Zoology George William Small, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Entilisli ' ' Kdward French Dow, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History and Goxernment Stanley Royal Ashby, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Enylish Walter Wiiit.more Chadbourne, NLB..- ., Associate Professor of Economics and Socioloiiy Fdward Xewco.mb Brush. Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology George Baer F- ' undenbuiu;, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Romance Lan ina ies Warren Staniioi-e Lucas. M.A., Assistant Professor of Mathematics Frances Iu.izabetii Arnold, M.A., Assistant Professor of Romance Lantinaijcs Marion Stephanie Buzzell, ALA.. Assistant Professor of Romance .ii»i, ii ii -.v Donald Stover Piston, S.P... .Issistant Professor of Physics Richard GeoR(;e Wood, .X.XL, .Issistant Professor of History and Co:ernnient r luiirleen L (MADIUX »Ni: COLLEGE H ■ ' AND OF - SCIENCES DEAN Ml IIJ NBl RC. r l M%s IH-W [IHI MVfONtt l-iil,;n College of Arts and Sciences Faculty of Instruction Wii.i.iAM I " i AN(is SiAMMAN. M.A., .IssisUiiil I ' rofcssor of liit )l.sh HiMY Hkn ' .iamin Kiksuen. a.m.. Assistant Professor oj litoiunn ' .is (tiul Socio ' oiiy Ruth Ckoseiy, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Eiujlish Cfxii, (ii.ADSTOXF. Garland, .A.M., Assistant Professor of lieononiies anil Soeio!o( y Alfred Cari.kton Andrf.ws, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Class.es Lillian Hatfield Brisii, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psyeholotiy John Henry Maiif.e, M.A.. M.S., Assistant Professor of luonomies and .S ' d.ih. ' di .v Howard I.i.oyd Flevvelling, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of lini lisli IiiiiN I ' kedkrk ' K Klein. Ph.D., Assistant Professor of German Iju III I ' .i.izAiiKTii .MiiRTENSEN, M..- ., Assistant Professor of Xoulot y Charles I ' " arl Pai kard. S.M.. .tssistant Professor of .ooloiiy KvELYN I- ' aye Wilson. Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History and Government Percie Hoi ' KiNS Ti ' RNKR. Ph.D.. l.eelnrer in lini lisli Herman Samuel Silver.man, M..- .. Instrnetor in Matheniaties Herschel Leonard Rricker, B.. ' ., Inslnielor in Publie Sl ealcint John Kmmons Stewart, . L.A.. Instrnetor in Matheniaties Glenn Quenton Lefler, . .. I.. Instructor in Physics Elizabeth Soi-hia Foster, LA., Instructor in Ilmilish Ari.in Miller Cook, A. L, Instructor in P.nijlish Fred Lincoln Lamcreau, B.. ., Instructor in Malhenialies and .Istrononiy Ma.x Hendricks (Juyer, L. ., Instructor in I islory and Government James M( reland, P... ., Instructor in Emjlish Delyte Wesley Morris, A.B., Instructor in Pul ' Hc Sf ' eahinii Henry (Bruiser .Stetler, A.M., Instructor in Economies and Sociolony Ruth Stone Dove, A.M., Instructor in linylish Leola I5owie Chaplin, B.. ' ., Instructor in Pni lish I ' jiWARii P RADii)RD C( oi ' ER, A.] ' ., lustmctor in Physics Carl Minro I- ' lvnn, M.A., Instrnetor in Zoolo iy .XnTiU ' R KucENE Jensen, Pli.l).. Instructor in liniilish Richard Wilder Merrill, M.. ., Instructor in German Edwin Kenneth Miles, Ph.D., Instructor in German Clifford Nelson, Se.D., luslruetor in Uwloiiy Howard Lewis Mendai.l, .. .. Graduate l-ello-w in Zooliiji} Ro(;er .Vyl.mer .Xllen, B.. .. Graduate l- ' elhn - in Physics LiTHERA Hilt Birton, B.A., Graduate Scholar in Emjlish MrtMi|I.sU N IMl I JENSEN ARTS AND SCIENCES m _bdj A«« uu J h J lL LuJ - • A--r .7 _7z College of Technology Faculty of Instruction Pail Ci.okr. M.S.. K.K., Dt-uii n llu- C-illcm ' ' j Vi iiin i ' i .v nm Pi reel or. Maiiif Tcclmoloijy •.vperiiiiciil Slat ion Cii. RLES P.vRTRiu cK Wkston, C.E.. M.A.. Projfssor ( Mcchaiiiis William Edward Harrows, B.S., E.E.. Projcssor of litcilrual linniiiccriini William Jordan Sweetser, S.B., Professor oj Meehaiiical luniiiieerini; Charles Andrew Brautlecht, Ph.D., Professor of Cheinislry and Chentieal Eniiineerini Embert Hiram Spracie. B.S., Professor of Civil luu inecrint Arthur St. John Hill, E.E., M.S.E., Professor of lileelrieal P.nnineerinn Benjamin Calvin Kent, B.S., Professor of Emjincerinii Draflinn Alpiieis Crosbv I. von, S.B., C.E., Assoeiale Professor of Civil lint ineerin() Bertrand Freniii Bkann, S.M., Assoeiale Professor of Cheinislry Harold Walter I.eavitt, C.E., M.S., .Issoeiale Professor of Civil P.mjineerinii Walter Joseph Creamer, B.S., E.E., B.A., Assoeiale Professor of lileelrieal Cowmiiniealion l ' . v . DkCosta r.RAY, B.S., Cli.E., Associate Professor of Chemistry Weston .Stmner Evans, M.S., Assoeiale Professor of Ci ' ril liiu ineerini Harrv Dexter Watson, M.S., Associate Professor of Mechanical P.ngineeriny Carl Everett Otto. Pli.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry Everett I.oiis Rouerts, B.S., Assistant Professor of lileelrieal Hnf ineerinii Irving Henry Praceman, Ph.B., M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical F.ntiineerinci Lyle Clayton Jenness, M.S., Assistant Professor of Cheinislry Earl Maynard Dunha.m, M.. ., Assistant Professor of Enf inccrint Drafting William Lester Gillh.and, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry Everett Willard Davee, histrnctor in Mechanical Encjinecrimj Everett Josiu ' a I- ' ei.ker, B.S.. Instructor in Civil Engineerinti Harry Roy Perkins, Instrnclor in Mechanical Eniiineerinf John George Leslie Cailfield, LS., Instrnclor in Cheinislry Kenneth Gerard Crabtree, S.B., Instrnclor in lileelrieal Eniiineerint) 1 heron Alonzo Sparrow, B.S., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering Lawrence Lewis Osbohn, .A.M., Instructor in Chemistry Edgar Jinior Bogan, A.M., Instructor in Cheniislry Ralph .Albert Sawyer, B.S., Instructor in lingineerinn Drafting Leonidas Dacosta Stephenson, Jr., B.S., Instructor in Civil Engineering M.BiR Everett Tomi.in. .A.M., Instructor in Chemistry Warren Herbert Bliss, M.S., Instructor in Electrical Engineering Hl ' gh Donald Chase, S.M., Instructor in Civil Engineering Horace I ' -lmer Hall, M.S., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering Herbert Burr .Abbott, Mechanician in Mechanical Engineering Ralph Freeman Bowden, Electrician in lileelrieal Engineering COLLEGE OF -11 -J h. DnA COKE JhNNXSS P11AGEM. N STI HENSON ItJTMP TECHNOLOGY LEAVm LYON - ' iX _ _;z_ Nineteen Olin Silas Lutes, Ph.D., Dean omt Professor of Education AV. H.XHRIKT ClIADBOlRNK, Ph.D., Assoc ' mh- Professor of lidncation Er.vest Jackmam, .- .M., Associate Professor of lidncation Joii.N- Ray.moni) Ckawfokd, I ' ll. I).. Assistant Professor of lidncation Edith Grace Wilson, M.. ., Instructor in Education Charles Lester S.mitii, .A.B., Instructor and Critic Teacher ' eysey Hiram Robinson, B.Pd., Instructor and Critic Teacher Grace Stet.son Grant, A.B., Critic Teacher IIki.en LorisE Hathorxe, B.. .. Critic Teacher . i.iiE Lowe Brown, . .B., Critic Teacher Horace .Xlcander Cro.nford, B.A., Critic Teacher Caroline Ella Collins. B.A.. Critic Teacher SCHOOL OF EDUCATION rHADBOURNE Imiu AKii Jami:s ()1.I 1-.1 , II. . ., Professor of Mililmy Science and Tactics LoREN Prescott Stewart, B.S., Professor of Military Science and Tactics 111 (.11 .Andrew W ' kak, II. .S., Professor of Mililaiy Science and Tactics MAJOR OUVKR .Sni.NKV SoHNS EllERl.E, B.A., Professor of Military Science and Tactics (inoRCE Ocii.viK, Instruclor in Military Science and Tactics luiu ARD Bays, Instructor in Military Science and Tactics MILITARY SCIENCE SIHdI. BAYS SKKGt IXWLVIf CAPr sn«Aiii .:dJi i XJi a-f :W zL rivii y BBl Ml !•: SI ((K SMIJiift Dl AN (1 lASf GRADUATE STUDY Zl h J. Twcnly-diii ' i Maine Agricultural Experiment Station Frki) Griffke. Director James Mon ' roe Bartlett, Chemist Edith Marion Patch, Entomologist DoNAU) Foi.soM, Plant Pathologist Elmer Robert ToiiF.v, Chemist Ciiari.es Henrv Merchant. Agriciilhiral lleonomist Pearl Stuart Greene, Home Economist William Franklin Dove. Biologist. Animal Breeding and Xnlrition Charles Harry White. Associate Chemist and Photographer Reiner Bonde. Associate Plant Pathologist George Farrington Dow, Associate Agricultural Economist Marion Deyoe Sweetman, Associate Hume Economist Joseph Anthony Chucka, Associate Biologist. Plant Breeding and Xutrition Russell Manley Bailey, Associate Biologist. Plant Breeding and Xutrition Bernie Elliott Plummer. Jr.. Assistant Chemist John Henry Hawkins, Assistant Entomologist Florence Lydia Markin. Assistant Plant Pathologist William Ernest Schrumpf, A. !sistant Agricultural Economist Merton Stanley Parsons, Assistant Agricultural Economist Frederick Barker Chandler, Assistant Biologist in Charge of Blueberry Investigations Geddes Wilson Simpson. As.Hstant Entomologist George Peter Steinbauer. Seed Analyst. Department oj Inspections Mildred Rebecca Covell. Assistant in Biology IvA Merchant Burgess. Assistant in Biology Elizabeth Florence Murphy, Assistant in Animal Breeding and Xutrition Merna Mertha Monroe, Assistant in Home Economics Research Elaine Mary Pooler. Chief Assistant in Agricultural Economics Magretta Black more. Assistant in Agricultural Economics Dorrice Smith Myers, Assistant in .Igricullural Economics Alice Woods .■Xverill, Laboratory Assistant in Entomology Emmei.ine Wilson Kenney, Laboratory .Issistant in Biology Gladys Ei.ixabeth Babbin. Seed . iiu v.f and Laboratory .Issistant in Plant Pathology Dei.mar Roynton Eovejoy. Laboratory and l- ' ieUl .Issistant. Plant Breeding and Xutrition Irvin Carroll Mason. Laboratory and I ' ield .Lfsistant. Blueberry Inveslitiations I I 1 i 2 _7t. a-r iiVH .V-V ' it ' i ' BEiSi EXPERIMENT B. t fl STATION DrRn.T(. ' i.nmj @P viyv yot Ak- Til,;: 4 Su mmer bession T ■ " , Summer Session. l)ef, ' innini, ' in the tirst week if July and cnntiniiing for six weeks, is an inte,t;ral ])art nf the I ' niversity (ir,i;ani .ati(in. It is niaititaiiicd primarily for the henellt (if teachers. su])erintendents. and other school officials wild di ' sire to take professidnai cnurses in i ' .ducatinn or |)ursue other sulijects in whicii tiiey are interested. Students at tlie L ' niversity of Maine and other institu- tions also use the Session to do work needed for a hachelor ' s de.sjree. as credits oh- taint ' d dtn-ins, ' - the summer are fully recognized. . n increasin.t; numher of students are candidates for a master ' s de.ijree with a nn ' nimum residence requirement of four sessions, and in this .ijroup alumni of the l ' niversity are most minierous. ( ) cr one hundred coiu ' ses in si.xteen (U-parlments are olTered including; most it the subjects t;ui.i;ht in the C ' olleL;e of Arts and .Sciences as well as (. ' hemistry. Home I ' " .c inomics, and I ' hvsical lulucatiim. The hasic cotu ' ses in each lii ' ld are usually available fur the cniivenience nf ciilles.;e students, and the nlVerinj s in I ' dlica- tiiin are mure numerous than at any uther lime. The I ' .Vi .Session extends from |ul _ ' tu u.t;ust 10. I he directur is Dr. l ov M. I ' eterson. uf llic 1 )cparlment nf Uumaiice Languages; the oflice is , .Sti ' vens North. Z _ i_ a-f ' Wl I u ' l ' iily Imir J 1» ■ •li ' » F % iir s. i- ' « " i i - 4 i - J f 4. -4 Il j l JfT ll r i k v ' fft ' « !kU ' ' i. - -, ' ,li . Si M i VI ' S ' l 71 a J V Vk U mia i i [itjf i K ' t 3 Exten sion bervice THROUGH the Extension Service, the Universit - campus has hcen extended tu tlie furthermost hmits of the state. This influence may he detected in Ahmis- todk ' s l)l( ssonn " ng potato fields; in the hhieherry l)arrcns of Washington; in the a])])le section of Yf)rk ; in tlie vegetal)le ganlening area near Portland; and in the far-flung i)onltry and dairy industry thrfpughont the state. Parallelling the adojitifm of imjiroved farm jjractices. iiomemakers in every community are ii.sing recommendations of the Extension Service. Furthermore, over fOOO hoys and girls are identified with 4-H Cluh.s which are sn]K ' rvised hy the I ' lxtension agents. ' Ihis year, over 12.000 rural residents have contrihuted money to ])romote the Extension Service jirogram. Of this numher. over 9(XX) di-monstrate and recom- mend the improved ])ractices to their neighhors. Three hundred sixty-one towns of Maine are completely organized and following a program which the residents luive planned in coopt-ration with ICxtension agents. While most of the Extension agents have their headipiarlers within their re- s])ective counties, a few state leaders and state s] ecialists are located at the Univer- sity. . pproved information is disseminated among men and women hy demonstra- tions, meetings. ])ersf nal visits, puhlications. the ])ress. and the radio. JLA i Tumi - 1- i:i- II I 1 1 -• I lors lloNAl.n 1 ' . I ' AVdU X ' icc- President Philip S. Parsons President Class Officers M AliAI-l- Nl- W . l ' .r KKI Secretary f I ' l. IJ-U I. Kakai.kuaj Treasurer V- a-F 1 History |ESS than four years ago. we. tlie class of 19.U. entered the gateway K. kn..wle(lge at the University of Maine, four hundred an l seventy- four strons: ij;. ( )ur path was clear. (Hir class was here to accomplish things » a ..:— , at Orono. strong and valiant were we i.i hattle. ictoriuus in the pajania parade struggle, uur men ventured forth on the foothall held one day in the fall of 19.TO and vied lusti- ly with the sophomores. Long waged the fight and when the air cleared of rags and torn clothes the class of 1934 was again the victor. ( )urs was the heritage of the strong. ..,, , s all things must come to pass, our elections finally came to quarter. W illar.l Caswell was chosen president, Stanwood Searles vice-president. Emily Lyon secre- tary and jack Longlev treasurer. ' Ihe I ' reshman-Sophomore track meet was fa- vore l for our class hy the stars, and we won the contest 73-62. Great was the clamor at this time, in the jov of losing the privilege of freshman rules. I-resh.nan han-iuet. our gala event nf the first year, was ahly carne l through hy the class officers whom we ha l so carefully chosen. It was the inauguration of peace- ful freshman hanquets to come, something that had hecn unknown helore our arrival. The fall of 1931 rolled around and we were sophomores. W e did our part in the frosh-soph contests, but the vim and verve were somehow missing. Perhaps we were getting e.hicated. . gain came the time to select our leaders. ..ur sages to guide us Stan Searles we wanted for president. I ' hil Parsons for vice-president. Lugen.a ustin for secretary, a.ul Peter Karalekas for treasurer. . nd we got them. Our Owls aiul Eagles blazed in all their gh.ry. lea.ling. always leading the freshmen in the paths .,1 righteousness. Mirabile dictu. iK.wevcr. the class of ' 35 overcame our ath- letes in the dual track meet, and in the spring they bore off our president. Searles. to unknown lands where he was to rest until the Hop should be a thing of the past. . t last a peace pact drawn up by the Senior Skulls was approved by both classes betore the time of the Hop arrived and the olive branch waved over the big events. For two vears we have chosen about the same leaders. Phil Parsons at our head. Don Favor. Madelene Bunker, as president, vice-president, and secretary respective- ly Carl Davis treasurer last vear. and Pete Karalekas was at the helm this year, lunior Prom and subse.,ueiit events are over and we now look torward to Lom- mencement and the time when we shall separate to do our part m the world. May the class of 1934 live on to greater things. SENIORS Javid K. Abbott Agronomy ATP Heck Club (2, 3. 4) ; College 4-H Club. Rachel L. Adams Home Ivcdiiomics • ' ■ Home Economics Club (2, 3. 4) ; A.MAV. Pageant (2); Secretary M.O.C. (3) ; Campus Board (3, 4). Robert G. Adams Chemical Engineering AXA Track (1. 2): Alpha Chi Sigma (2, 3, 4), President (3) ; Tau Beta Pi (4). Lawrence R. Adkins Pulp and Paper RK Fcncin? (1 ) ; Outing Club (1,2, 3, 4), Trcas. (2. 3). RlCHARf) C. Al-DEK Chemical Engineering ' MA Asst. Mgr. Track (1, 2) ; Mgr. Track (3): Executive Committee; X.E.I.C.A.A.A. (3). Kenneth E. Aldrich Dairy Technology ' I ' ' A Football (1, 2. 3. 4); Track (1. 2, 3, 41 ; r.aseball (1. 2, 3), Captain ( 1 ) ; Winter Sports (3, 4) ; Sopho- more Owls; Student Senate; Jun- ior Week Comm.. Chairman ; Heck Club ; Senior Skulls. Albert S. Allan History AXA Band (1. 2) ; Fencing (1. 2) ; Stu- dent Senate (3, 4). Fern E. . ' Xllen Mathematics AOll Hoikev (1, 2, 3. 4), Capt. (1. 2) ; Basketball (2.4) ; Volley Ball (2) ; Soccer (I ) ; Baseball ( 2 ) : Sopho- more Eagles; Campus Reporter (1. 2), VVomen ' s Sports Editor (3). . ssociate lulitor (4) ; Sigma Delta Zela (2. 3, 4); YAV.C.A. Chair- man World l ' " ellovvship and Fresh- men (3) ; .Ml Maine Women (3, 4), President ; Student Govt. ( 4 ) ; Ri fiery (3). ISADORE L. AlI ' ERT Chemical Engineering James M. Attridge Forestry K- Bo, ing ; Cross Country ( 1 ) ; Base- ball (1) ; Track (3j. Roy B. Augenstein Mathematics -X Bo.xing (1.2) ; Baseball (T) ; Math Club (3, 4) ; Spanish Club (1, 2). TiiADDEis W. Austin Mechanical Engineering 6X Basketball (1); Baseball (1) ; Track (1). Carlton M. Babbidge Electrical Engineering Baseball (1). •tMA Clai DE K. Baker Mechanical Engineering I K- Basketball ( 1 ) : Student Senate (.3, 4) ; Executive Committee (3). Delmont L. Ballard Mathematics ATA I ' ootball (1. 3. 4) ; Basketball (1) ; Band (1, 2. 3); Interfraternity Council (4); Student Senate (4); Class of 1927 Senior Skull Schol- arship; Wrestling (2, 4). Kenneth R. Barker Chemistry ' I ' .MA Track { 1 ) ; Intraimir:il Sports. Aldo a. Bartlett Civil Engineering K Fencing (1, 2); Fencing Club (1. 2); Civil Club (3. 4); A.S.C.E. (3, 4) ; Boxing (4). joii N R. Bartlett Phildvipliy Carl S. Baumann .Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. (3); Band (1, 2. 3); Rille Team (2) ; Delta Pi Kappa. ICliW Aid) 11. liKAZLEV Chemistry William K. Beazlev Chemical Engineering Fencing (1); . ' lpha Chi Sigma. Frederick .A. Bendtsen Civil Engineering -X Prcs. Civil Club ; ICxec. Committee (2) ; Baseball (1) ; Golf (3) ; l.M. A.A. (2.3). Rcbert Berg German TK Cross Country ( 1 ) ; Basketball ( 1 ) ; Track ( 1) ; Baseball ( 1) ; Campus Board. Sports Editor (2. 3. 4) ; Prism Bnard. Sports Editor; l-r-shman Board: Kappa Gamma Phi; Deutscher N ' erein ; Track Ciub (2); Student Senate (4): Executive Committee (4). Xatalie M. Birchall Home Economics Aon Home Economics Club; Campus Board (3) ; Basketball (2). ICvA M. Bisbee Economics Debating (1. 2, 3. 4); W.S.G.A. (2); Xcai Mathetai; Women ' s Forum. Frederick R. Black Mechanical Engineering BOn Baiupict Comm. ( 1 ) ; fgr. Cross Country (3) ; Junior Week Comm. (3); track (1, 4); Track Club (3) ; Pale Blue Key (4) ; ' ice- Prcs. (4) ; Scabbard and Blade (3. 4) ; . djutant, R.O.T.C. (4). l-KANK R. BlAISDELL Civil Engineering BK Cross Country ( 1 ) ; Track (1.2); Track Club il); Lieutenant. R.O. T.C. Ella L. Blanch Home Economics M.O.C. (1 I ; Home l " .c Chib (3.4). Stanley H. Blanciiard .Vninial Husbandry ATI ' Basketball ( 1 ) ; Track Club (2. 3) ; College 4-H Club; Baseball (1, 2. 3, 4) ; Pale Blue Key (4) ; lle.U Club ( 1. 2. 3. 4) ; Sophomore Owls ; Chairman l xec. Comm. (3) ; Band (2) ; Hood Scholarship (3) ; Stock Judginn Team (3, 4) ; Commence- ment Week Comm. (4). Elizabeth Bletiien History Spanish Club (2) ; Sodalitas I.alina (3, 4). ILJt 7 _ 7_ o-r I hilly t.L ADAMS R G ADAMS ALPERT ArrKilx.F MlOENSraN BABBIDGE BALLARD BARKER A. BARTLFTT J. BARTLtTT BLACK BLANCH BLANCHARU BLEIHEN Thirty-Oil. SENIORS IIarrv C Hoyi) Chemical Kngiiiccring -N Robert B. Bradkoru Mcdiaiiical KiijiinccriiiR AXA MlHIAM liRll.L Hume Economics Darrki-L !•-. Broun English - - Ncai Mathctai (1): Maine Ontin;; Club (2, 3, 4). President (4) ; Mas(|ue Associate Member (2, 3. 4) : Freshman l-ield 1 lockey Team : Senior Exec. Conim; V.W ' .C.A. (1, 2) : Caiiil ' iis Reporter (2, 3) : Beta Pi Thcta (2, 3, 4). {!koRi.K II. I ' llKlK Chemistry " I ' MA KkIIARK L. P.llKI.KV l- ' cononiics I ' RKIP S. Bl ' lJ.OC K Mathematics -N Track (1). Cr.ARA K. Bl ' NKEK Ivducation M ADEl.K.NT. VV. Br.NKKR ICcoiiomics XS. ' Y.W.C.A. Cabinet ( 1 ) : Y.W.C.A (2) ; Hockey (1. 2. 3, 4) ; Basket- ball (1. 2, 3, 4) ; Chairman I .xec. Comm. (2); Class Secretary (3. 4); Sigma Mil Sigma (3, 4); Spanish Club ( 1. 2) : Liberal CInb (3) ; Chorns (2) ; M.O.C. (2. i). I .1 Cl II W. Ill UK I ' lectrical hjigineerinjj Tail Beta Pi. JoSKI ' lMNK I ). I ' ll KKIl.l. English Ai Mary I-. Bisskli. Home Ivcononn ' cs .Mill Chorus (3) : Pageant (1.3) : Home ICconomics Club (4); V.S.(i.. . (4). Wii.i.iAM 1 . Caniikks. Jr. Electrical l-jij;ineering ' I ' Ki; . sst. Mgr. Baseball (2) ; .Manager I ' .aseball (3) : lunior ' arsity Foot- ball (3) ; Winter Sports (3, 4) ; Tau Beta Pi. Hi ' .sTKK 1-. Carter Mathematics Bi.NsoN ]• ' .. Caswell Mechanical luigineering liOlI P.oxing (4) ; Intramural ISa.sketball (4). .. KK.N( K A. CllAI 111 ICcononiics ATI Baseball (1. 2) ; . ' gricnUnral Club { . 2. 3 4): 4H Club; M.O.C: W ' ntcr Sports ( 1, 2, 3) ; Wrestling (3). KolllJCr W. CllRlSTENSKN I l.irtiiullurc ' I ' K: Cki:i. I ' " .. Ci.Ai ' i- l ' " orestry ' hllK ' Forestry Club (1, 2. 3. 4) ; I ' lii Sigma. K K.N .NET n S. C I. EAVES Civil Engineeing -I ' MA Civil Club. John R. CoEFiN History f . .M.O.C. (ll : . 1.C.. . l ' ' ,IISON I.. Clll.l.A. HIRE Zoology JEKClMl: 1 I. t O.MINS ■electrical lingineering -MA I Ienuv ( . CONKEI.M Mechanical Engineering ' I ' I ' A Football (1) : Baseball (1): M.C. . . (1. 2. 3. 4). Pres. ( I). Vicc- Pres. (4): I ' reshman P au(|uct Committee; Photo Editor I ' risin i3) : Post Prandial Club (3. 4). 1 jiu ARii H. Cook Zoologv Don AM) P. CoRBETT .Vnimal Industry K- 1-oolball (1 ) ; Track (1. 2, 3, 4) : I.M.A.A. (1. 2, 3, 4). Pre.s. (4) : Heck Club (1. 2, 3. 4). Treas. (4) : Sophomore Owls, Treas.; Senior Skulls, Se:. and Treas.; Cross Country (2. 3, 4) ; Winter Sports (3. 4) : P.oxing Eight Heavyweight Champ. (3); FJusincss Mgr. I ' risin (3); Chairman Cane Comm.; Chairman Bamiuct Comm.; Hoo:l S.-ho!arship (4). MlRlEI. T. CdVKI.I. Economics Xcai Mathetai ; olley Ho.-key (1). AZ I I. 2); ( III. Ill Ki M. Cox .Mechanical 1-jiginccrin:; UK Track (1); Winter Sports (2. 3, 4) : Baseball (1) ; .M.O.C. [2. i): . .S.. 1.1 ' .. . 1kiii i. Coy Home luononiics llockev (2, 3) ; Basketball (I. 2. .!) : dllcy Ball (I, 2). Capt. (2) ; Home l-Aonomics Club; . .M.W. Pageant (3); Chorus; Y.W.C.X. Koiii KT I.. Cram Poultry Husbandry All- Boxing (2. 4) ; . lpha Zeta; . gri- cultural Club; 4-H Club. RoiiKRT I ' " . Crockett l ' " .lectri-.al Engineering llavketball (I): Boxing (4) ; i:iectrical Club. Coach B«OWN C Bl ' NKER CANDBUS CHRISTENSEN COU-VMORI Thirty-Three SENIORS WiLBiRv A. Crockett Kiiglish ■I ' MA XoRRis V. Crosby Mechanical Engineering K2 Cross Country ( 1 ) ; Track ( 1 ) ; A.S.M.E. John W. Crosson Chemistry " I ' K Football (1) ; Boxing (1). Lorenzo M. Crowell, Jr. Mechanical Engineering ATl Football (1. 2) ; Wrestling {2, 3) : Track (1) ; Spanish Club (1) ; Sig- ma Delta. P.Mi. M. Croxford Psychology BHII Maine Masque (1): Glee Club Reader (1) ; Kappa Phi Kappa (3, 4). Beatrice Cim.mings Home Economics Xn Class and Group Hockey (1, Z). Capt. (4); All Maine Hockev Team (4) ; Basketball (1, 2) ; Vol- ley Ball (1, 2) ; Baseball (2, 3) ; Home ICconomics Club (3. 4) ; M. O.C. (2, 3); Omicron Xu (3), Treas. (4). Ro.SCOF, I ' . Ciozzo Animal Industry K- Track (1). Winifred ' . Cu suing Zoology AOn W.S.G. (1 ) ; Spanish Club (1 ) ; Mt. N ' ernon President (1 ) ; M.O.C. (1.2,3.4), Sec. (4) : Archerv (1) ; Basketball ( 1, 2. 3, 4) ; W.A.A. (2, 4). Sec. (2) ; Eagles (2) ; Masque 4) ; Phi Sigma (4). Cari.eton V. Davis .Mechanical Engineering AX. Football (1. 2, 3, 4), Capt. ( 1 ) ; Track (1, 2); .Soph(jmorc Owls; Senior Skulls: .Student Senate (4) ; . thletic Assoc. Sec. (2). DoKoTiiY F. Davis I lome Economics Xfi Freshman " Y " Cabinet: Y.W.C.. ' . (2) ; Class and (Jroup Hockev (1, 2, 3); All .Maine Hockey ' (3): Orchestra (1, 2): .Sophomore Eagles: .M.O.C. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Home Ec Club (3. 4) ; I ' risiii Board (3) ; All .Maine Women ( 3. 4 ) ; W.A.A. ( 4 ) ; Coinnicncenient Week Comm. William H. Davis Chemical Engineering Track (1, 2.3). Francelia p. Dean Home Economics Xn Basketball (1. 4) ; Capt. Group Team ( 1 ) : Rep. W.. .. . ( 1 ) : Treas. W.. .. . (4); (jroup and Class Hockey ( 1 ) ; .Ml .Maine Hockey (2, 3. 4): Hockey Capt. (3); Freshman " Y " Cabinet (1); Sec. Y.W.C.A. (2), Member (3, 4) ; .Ml Maine Women (2, 3, 4) : I ' rlsin Board (3); Vice-Pres. Stu. Govt. (3) : M.O.C. (2), Council (4) : Home Ec Club (2, 3, 4) : Sophomore Eagles. Stlart L. Deane Civil Engineering SX Manager Track (1, 2) ; Civil Club. Robert D. De. rth Bacteriology " tMA Baseball ( 1) ; Football (1 ) : Soph. Comm. (2) : Track (2). Ja.mes E. DeCourcv English 2X Debating (ll : Editnr-iii-Cliief The I ' reshinaii : Editor I-reshmaii Hand- book (1): Campus Board, Xcws Editor ( 2 ) , Managing Editor ( 2 ) . Editor-in-Chief (3, 4) : Kappa Gamma Phi. Pres. (4) ; Liberal Club (2, 3): Contributors " Club: Editor Prism (3) : Editor The Maine A ' cfiVic (4) : Class Exec. Comm. ( 2 ) : Student Senate (3.4) ; E, ec. Comm. (3): Senior Skulls: M.C..A.. Cabinet (2, 3, 4): Chair- man, Conuncnccmcnt Ball Comm. (4). Lio.NEL L. Desjardins F ' rench Beta Pi Theta : Orchestra. Frances M. Dodge Home Economics AAA Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4): Rilkry (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (4) : A.M. W. Pageant ( 2 ) : Hockev ( 1 ) : Volley Ball (1 ) : Basketball (1 ). Ralph M. Dougherty F lectrical Engineering ox Track (1, 2): Sophomore Owls; Tau Beta Pi; A.LE.E. Student Branch, Pres. Millard G. Dow F-lectrical Engineering -. i ' . ' ice-Pres. Student Branch . .l. E.E. (4). Wayne B. Dow General FZngineering Tau Beta I ' i ; Cross Country ( 1 ) ; Rille Team (1). WiLMOT S. Dow Poultry Husbandry 11K Basketball ( 1 ) : .Agricultural Club (1, 2), Sec. (3): Intramural Bas- ketball (2.3) : Student Senate (4» ; Interfraternity Council (4) ; Kap- pa Phi Kappa, Treas. (3, 4). Walter A. Downs Education Carroll A. Durcin Chemistry 2+2 Band (1,2). .Alice C. Dyer Zoology AOn ' ice-Pres. Freshman " V " Cabinet; M.O.C. (1): Camfiiis Board (I); Spanish Club ( 1 ) ; Pres. Eagles (2); .Ml Maine Women; Treas. W.S.G.A. Council (2); Sec. W.S. G.A. Council (3) ; Pres. W.S.G.A. Council (4); . ..M.W. Pageant ( 1. 2. 3): Panhellenic Delegate (3); Phi Sigma; Ritlery (1, 2.3). Barbara Edes Chemistry II U Girls ' Rifle Team (3. 4) ; Campus Board (3) ; ollev Ball (1. 2) ; Baseball (2); .M.O.C. (1. 2). Ward M. Fall Civil Engineering 6X Civil Club (2.3.4). Donald E. F.wor Forestry KS Indoor Track ( 1, 2. 3. 4 ) ; Outdoor Track ( I. 2, 3, 4 ) : Rille Team ( I ) : Basketball (1): Football (I. 2, 3, 4) : Class Vice-Pres. (3, 4) ; .Ath- letic .Assn. Rep. (3); Pres. .A.. . (4) : Track Club Rep. (2.3): Pale Blue Kev (4) ; Xi Sigma Pi ' ice- Pres. (4); Phi Sigma Treas. (3. 4) ; Senior Skulls (4) ; Sophomore Owls (2); ' ice-Pres. Forestry Club (3): Student .Member Uni- versity Store Co. (4). R. Hazel Feero Latin IIIM ' Sodalitas I.atina (2, 3). Pres. (4) ; I ' .eta Pi Theta (3, 4); W.S.G.A. (4) ; .M.O.C. (3. 4) ; Chorus (1, 2); Pres. of Balentine (4); I.e Cerde Frain;ais (2, 3): .A.M.W. Pageant (3). Charles E. Finks Chemistry DOROTIIV H. Fl.lK IIHK Home Economics AAA Chorus (3) ; Home Economics Club (4); Y.W.C.A. (4). tKOXKlRr) elMMlNOS a DAVIS OF.VRTH DESJAROINS DOl ' GHFRTY W . S. DOW 3LA_ Thirty-l ' K SENIORS PtIYI.l.IS C. Foss History AZ Spanisli Cluli (1. 2); ' i)llcy Ball ( 1 ) : Pancant : Chorus. Kr.xNT.Tii C. Foster l cononiics -W. Intercollcjiiati- Debating ll); Maine Masque (3. 4); Asst. Mgr. I ' notha ' l (2); M r. Track (3) ; AdvcrtisinR Mgr. I ' l-isiii (3); Fxec. Ciimni. {2) : ComnicncenK ' nt Week Comni. (4); See. StiukMil Senate and Interfraternity Ccmncil (4) ; Sigma Mu Sigma. Orissa E. Fro.st Romance Languages Kl Circulo Ivspanol (1. 2. 3. 4); Ciinihii. ' ! I5o:;rcl ( 1. 2 .3) : Orchestra (1, 2. 3. 4) : (iirls ' Rille Team (1. 3) : A.M.W. Pageant (2). I.OKE.VZO . . (j.M.NON I ' lectrical Fngineering Al ' A Maine Masiiiic (2. .V 4). . -.st. I ' .ns. Mgr. (.1). lUis. Mgr. (4|; h ' irst Lieut. R.O.T.C. : A. I.H.I-:. Malcolm F. (joodwin band (1.2, 3). Forestry STr.iMiF.x .1. Grady F ' sychology i:x k: Henry B. Gersoni I lcctrical Fngineering Mklba . Giffori) Home luonomics M- ' Home lu ' nnoniics (. ' hih (2, 3. 4); A.. I. V. Pageant (2, 3) ; Maine . las(|ne , sso,-iates (2); Maine Ontiii ' , ' Cluli (1,2). . rmanii M. (jl(;lKRE . IcL-hanical iMigineerinv K- l- " ootl)all (1, 2, 3. 4) : Basketball ( 1 ) : ISaseball ( 1 ) ; Mas(|iic (2) : Capt. R.O.T.C. (4) ; Tan Beta Pi (4l : S-.abbard and lilailc (4). John T. (ilL. iA. I ' .coMomics lioll l ' „i-ketb.ill (1 I : Band (1, 2). I.I.OYl) . (ioollW I.N Chemical Fnginecrins Basketball (I). XoU-MAN H. (IrAY I ' oro.stry ' K1 liaseball I 1, 2. 3. 4| ; Rillo Team (1,2); Forestry (.Mub ( I. 2. 3, 4 ) ; Phi Sigma. Selma L. Gregory Home Fconomics -i.iA Chorus (3. 4) ; Home Fconomics Club (4) : r.O.C. (3). Ij.kaxor F. Grin NELL .Mathematics Rille ( 1, 2. 3) ; Si;inia Delta Zcta. liniNc, I.. (iRf.llINSKY Cliemical Fngineering Band (1. 2) ; Orchestra (1. 2) I ' .aseball ( 1 ) ; l- ' encing ( 1 ), Oinii.i.E .1. ( Iri ' Tii.L. JK. I ' .dncatiiin RiTii v.. Hamor Home Fconomics Basketball (1, 2| ; . rcluTy I 1. 2, 3) : Spanish Club (1. 2. 3. 4) ; Spanish Night (2); Chorus (1, 2, 3, 4 ) ; Home ICconomics Club (4). M II.IIKEII . I. H. NKY INychology .MHI Hockey (I, 2. 3, 4) : Basketball (2) ; Volley Ball (2) ; .Soccer ( I ) ; Baseball (2); Sophomore I ' agles. Treas. ; Cainf ' iis Rei)ortcr (2); Y. V.C.. . Cabinet, Vicc-Prcs. (3), Pres. (4): Rille (3): A.M.W. Pageant (2) : .Ml Maine Women ( 4 ) : .Sigma Mn Sigma (4). . l A.MXI. W. Hariiini. Home l ' " .conomics .iA Basketball (I) : A.M.W. Pageant (2): Killerv (3); Home Fconom- ics Club (2, 3, 4) ; Hockcv (1) ; Volley Ball (1). Lewis NL Hardison .Xgricultural Fconomics AT,i Track (L 2, 3. 4) Winter Sports ( 1, 2, 3. 4) : .Mpha Zcta: President .- lpba Zeta (4) ; Track Club (2) : Heck Club ( 1, 2. 3. 4) ; .Sophomore Owls: Delta Pi Kappa: Band ( 1. 2. 3) : Maine Outing Club (1, 2) : Chairman. .Senior Fxec. Commit- tee (4). Kathleen F. Haruv Fnglish AZ liniM. W. Harvey Cliemical Fngineering -AV. Harry F. Hasey Mechanical Fngineering 4 rA Winter Sports (3). Wai.don H. Hastings Chemical ICngineering ii ' l ' ii Band (1.2): Track (1). Thomas M. Hersey I-xonomics Ki) Class Fxec. Comni. (1. 2); .Asst. Mgr. Football (2): Mgr. Football (3) : Band ( 1. 2, 3) : Spanish Club (2) : Business Mgr. The l-rcsh- iiian; Prism Board: " M " Club. I ' .IIW arm . 1. I llLllRETII Psychology ' MIK Tr:ick ( 1. 2, 3) ; Spanish ( ' lub. Rkiiaki) L. Hill .Mechanical Fngineering -.MC l-ootball (1, 2, 3, 4) : " M " (4) ; Track (1,2); Sophomore Owls, RoiiERT . . Hill Mechanical Fngineering l-KI UERU K W. lIlNTOS Flectrical ICngincering " M ' A Track ( I ) ; Track Club (2) ; Box- ing (2) : I ' ootball ( I ). Koi.i K . 1 Ioik;ki. ' s l-:iectrical Fngineering OX Track (1) ; Musical Clubs (L 2). z ;; . jLvV f n. 4 1 f a-f iVI (I I n ai wA i tjtdk Oil] „,.,WK. (..1LMA.N l-(,(XM. MN GRKGtW I.K1NNKU GROtMNSKV GL ' PTILI llXSUik H SM HARDING HARm ' HASbY R.LHILL SENIORS Charles E. Holyoke Civil Kngineering Wiu-iAM W. Howard English X VZ M.C.A. (1) ; RiHo Team (1) ; I.M. A. A. Arthi ' r E. Hoyt, Jr. Civil Engineering H[K Track Club (2) ; Student Senate (3): Asst. Mgr. Cross Country; Civil Clul) ; Sophomore Hop Com- mittee. Chairman; Junior Prom Committee. Chairman. Marion- E. Hl-ghes Spanish Spanish Club (1. 2). ICnH) M. Hl ' MPIIRF.VS History .i .i Frcshiium ( 1 ) ; ' irshiinui Ihiiul- hook Board ( 1 ) ; Caiiipus Hoard (2. 3) ; Archery (1. 2) ; M.O.C. (2 3); Chorus (1); Y.W.C.A. (1). I.ko.nari) R. Hr. T Civil Engineering i;x Football (1); Raseball Mgr. (1, 2) ; 2nd Lieutenant Scabbard and Blade (3. 4) ; Civil Club (3) ; K.xec. Comm. Allecra M. Incerson Home Economics . on A.M.W. Pageant (1. 2); Chorus (2. 4); Camf iis Reporter (2. 3); Maine .Mas(|ue (3. 4); .Mgr. Bas- ketball (3. 4); Home lu-onomics Club (4) : W.A.A. Council (4). James M. Jackson Civil Engineering c| rA Basketball (1); A.S.C.E. (3, 4), Secretary (3). r- ' VKl.VN- E. J ALBERT Mathematics Soccer (1) : Baseball (2| ; V( Ball (1. 2): Basketball (I. Hockey (3) ; Beta I ' i Theta. illev 2) ' ; Charles T. Janney Economics George E. Jellison English I MA Ba.sketball (1) ; Baseball (1). Mavland L. D. Jewett Electrical Engineering l!K Track (1); M.O.C (1. 2); A.I.E.E. Carl J. Joiixson Forestry ATU John E. Johxso.v Electrical Engineering Lewis O. Johnson Civil Engineering Frf.iif.rick H. Jones History ATA Frcsliiuai) Handbook (1): Rifle Team ( 1 ) . Kenneth E. Jones Forestry Rifle Team (2) ; Phi Sigma (3, 4). Ro.vALD B. Jones Farm Management i S College 4-H Club; Hetk Club. Cni.r.ATK S. Jordan Mechanical Engineering ATfJ Track (1); Boxin ' ; (2); Baseball (1) ; A.S.M.E. (3). Edward C. Jordan Civil Engineering ilX Foo ' ball ( 1) ; Basketball (L 2, 3). Mgr.; Relay (1) ; Track (1. 2) : B.and (1) ; Track Club (2), Sec. (3) ; Lieut. R.O.T.C. (3, 4) : Civil Club (3. 4): Cane Comin. (4); Pale Blue Kev, Sec. N). Morris LL Jidd Dairy Technology bMA I ' reshman I ' oothall ; N ' arsitv Foot- ball (2. 3. 4) : Baseball ( 1) ; In- Iranniral Basketball; Heck Club. Peter C. Karalekas Civil Engineering K2 Banquet Comm. (1) ; Class Treas. (2. 4); A.S.C.E.; Tau Beta Pi; Baseball (L 2). .Ambrose . Keyser Mechanical Engineering ATA .A,.S.M.E. ; Cross Country (L 2); Relay (1, 2) ; Track (1). Elizabeth G. Kimball Home Economics AOn Chorus (3): Orchestra (L 2); Home Ec Club; Pageant (L 2). How.vRD F. Knight Agricultural Economics 1IA Everett C. Ladd Economics BO 11 Band (1. 2) : World ' s Fair Chair- man (4) : N ' odvil Chairman (3. 4) ; M.C.. . (3. 4); Commencement Ball Comm. (4). Pail R. Langlois English AX A Football (L 3. 4) ; Boxing (L 2) ; M.C.A. (L 2, 3. 4) ; Contributors ' Club (3, 4) ; Kappa Phi Kappa (4) ; Masque (4). . llan NL Larrabee Economics i:x Track ( 1 ) ; Band ( 1 ) ; Rifle Team (1). Rodert E. Lawrence IClectrical Engineering BK Track Club ( 3 ) ; Track (1 ) ; Band (1.2). John D. Leddy Psychology UOU Intramural .Association (2. 3, 4) ; ' ice-Pres. (4); Intramural Ball Committee (2). Chairman (3. 4); I ' resident (« lf Club (3. 4); Inter- collegiate Champion (3). l-.i.ihl 111 1,111s HI MPHKIiVS III ' ■■1 JVK.WN 1 Mill 1.1 lANNI ' V JILI.ISON I JOHNSON 1. JONFS K. JONF S C. JORDAN E. JORDAN i ' " ' - " KARALEK. S QSBnii l. WKtN J: Th!rtv-Xiiit ' SENIORS RUSSEI.I. I " . I.IHIIV Chemical I ' liifjiiiuxring Track (1) : Wrestling (3). Laika F. I.itz Educatiuii Brice S. I.oncfki-I.ow Electrical Engineeriii};; AT ' .; GriFlin Writing Prize ( 1 ) ; Now York Alumni Scho ' .arship Xo. 2 (3) ; Hovey Memorial Scholarship (4); Tail Beta Pi; Sigma Delta Zeta ; Contributors ' Cluh; Post Prandial; A.I.E.E. Francis J. Lord Chemistry B.S. IX P.an:l (1, 2. 3) : Orchestra ( 1 ) : Delta Pi Kappa (2. 3. 4), Pres. 1 4 I : Tau Beta Pi (3. 4 I . Pres. (4l: Phi Kai)pa Phi (4 1: Tennis (1. 3, 4). Ruth E. Lord English YAV.C.A. (1 ) ; Latin Cluh ( _ ' . 3, 4) : Contrihutors ' Cluh ( 4 ). KrtllARD (i. LlI.L Chemistry Ei.izAiii.1 II ]• ' .. Lynch Economics AAA XLO.C. (2. 3) ; Spanish Huh ( 1, 2) ; Masque ; Clmrus (1. 2). l.AWRKNCK C. Lynch I ' xononiics Spanish Cluh ( 1 i. (IX Af.puKis C. Lyon. Jr. Civil Engineering Kl 7Vic I ' rfshiiian ■ Cass I ' .xecutive Conun. ( 1 ) ; l- ' ocjthall ( I ) ; Civil Cluh. ' ice-Pres.; Tau Beta Pi. ice-Pres. ; .Student .Senate (2, 3. 4 I. ' ice-F ' res. Howard F. McCrac ken Forestry Hf.NRV J. McClSKF.R Econcjinics OX Spanish Club ( 1 I ; Baseball (1.2. 3). Thomas G. McGuire Mechanical Engineering ATA Mechanical Engineering Ciuh Mary P. McGi-rn Education, English Gregc. C. McLeod Mechanical Engineering K- A.S.M.E.; 1st Lieut. K.O.TC. : Scabbard and Blade. Dana R. McXai.i.v Civil Engineering Ki) LM.A.A. (1) : 2nd Lieutenant K.O. T.C; A.S.C.E. Wii.i.iAM F. Madex Horticulture -■! ' - Cross Country ( 1 ) ; Track Club (2.3): Agricultural Cluh { 1. 2. 3 ) ; I ' lisni Board; Business Mgr. Maiiir A ' riVii ' .- Pale Blue Key; M.O.C. (1). Henry S. Marsh Economics HX Spanish Club (1); Focjthall (2); Liberal Cluh (1). ClII ' .STER J. XL RS0N I ' .lectrical En.giTieering -. V. l-ootball (1. 2) ; Basketball (1 ) ; Track (1 ) ; .Snijhoninre Owls; A.I. E.E. ; E.xecutive Conun. (3l: In- tramural (4). JOSEIMI Massaro C hemical Engineering Fen.inv, (1. 2); C hantpiou (I); . ' ]i ' .r,i (lii Sigma (2. 3. 4); Der DcutsduT ' erein ( 3. 4 ) ; Tan Beta Pi I 3. 4 I. El- in: . . Mayherrv Home Economics . on Chorus (1. 2. 3) : Ritlery (1 ) ; Out- ing Club (2) ; Home Economics (4) ; Cotmnenccment Prom. Com- mittee (4). Elizabeth G. Mead Psychology Sigma Mu Sigma; Ho.kev (1. 2 3. " 4» ; Basketball (2) ; Vollcv Ball (1. 2): Y.W.C.A. .Ardon C. Mercier Chemical Engineering Ben Scabbard and Fllade ; .Mp ' ia Chi Sigma; Prism Board (3); Captain RO.T.C. ; Military Hop Chairman (4). .■ rlene C. Merrill Psychology AOn Maine Masque (1. 2. 3): Maine Outing Club (3); Pageant (1. 2). Liciis R. Merrill Mathematics RiTii M. Miller Education LoflSE C. ILLIKES Home I conomics XIJ Home Economics Club (3. 4) ; Pan- hellenic . ssoc. (3), Pres. (4); Hockev (1.2); Rille (1). Ernestine M(X)RE English AZ Der Dcutscher ercin : Contribu- tors ' Club; Sec. Colvin (2) ; Trcas. Colvin (3) ; Pres. Colvin (4) ; Trcas. Dcha Zeta (3) ; Pres. Delta Zeta (4); .Student Govt. Coinicil Member (4). Richard !• ' . Moore Chemical Engineering AXA Tau P.eta Pi ; Phi Kappa Phi ; Sig- ma I )elta Zeta. Lwiis R. MoRiN Zoology Jeanne L Morneaitlt I- ' rench Spanish Club (2 : Pageant (2); Beta Pi Thela. J Jl - o-f m_za_ l-, ll Elisors 1 IBUt I I iv LONGFHXOW f . LORD K. LORD LULl McCRACKliN McCUSKKR , ;, x .w MERCIHR A. M£RRIU 1- MI«R1U MIIItR Mllllt-is IMCK ' KF R. MOtWfc MORIN M.ikMMir SENIORS Frances E. Morrison Knglish Sudalitas I.atina (2. 3. 4); Beta Pi Thcta (3) ; Hockey (1, 2). Nathan S. Morsk Mathematics Thomas S. Mukse Mathematics Dorothy H. Movnihan Latin AOII Hockey (1.2..i). Mgr. |4) ; St.dal- itas Latina (2. 3. 4) ; Beta Pi Tlieta (3, 4) : W.A.A. (3. 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (4) : Stutleiit ( " luvt. 1 4). X ' f.rnox Mirray Mechanical Iviiginecring Ki Elizabkth M. Myers Home Economics X ' .i Hockcv ( 1, 2. 4) ; All Maine H .ck- ey Team (4); Baskctliall (1, 2. 3, 4); Campus Kciuirtcr (2); llunic Economics CUih (4); X ' ullcv Hall (1,2, 3). DoNAI.I) O. Nki.iikr Mechanical Engineering Delta Pi Kappa; Band ( 1 Druni Major (3). 2. 3 ) ; Doris O. Xkwman History Spanish Chih (1. 2) : (1. 2): H.ickev (1. 2, kethall (I, 2. 3. 4) : Eagles (2); All Mai AciII lllev Ball 3.4): Bas- Si ])li(ini(irc K- Hockey Team (4); Class Leader (4); A. MAV. Pageant (3): Panhelknic Delegate (4) ; Women ' s Rilli- Tcun (3. 4), Manager. RollNEY I ' " . XoYK Chemistry Kille Team (1 ) ; HK I.M.A.A. (3). Fra.sk !• " . N ' riTK Poiillrv Ilushandrv .Ml ' Lawrence J. O ' Connei.i. Mechanical Engineering X Track (1. 2. 3. 4) ; l-oolhall (2. 3. 4); .Sophomore Owls; Senior Skulls; Stndent Senate; Pale Bine Key ; Kelay. Gkori ' .e E. Osgood Horticulture " Id ' i Sophomore Owls ; Track Cluh ( 1 ) ; Sec. (2) ; I.M.A.A. (2. 3, 4) ; Base- hall (1. 3, 4) ; Track (1.3); Cross Country (2) ; Football (1, 4) ; Ed- itor-in-Chief Prism (3); Caiiifiiis Board; Maiiw Kcvicw .-Kdyt. Mgr, (4); Kappa Gamma Phi; Fencin " ? (1) ; Heck Club (2. 3. 4) ; M.O.C. (2, 3. 4). George M. Osgood .Xgricultural Economics mK Baseball (1. 2, 3) ; Basketball { 1) ; Track ( 1, 2) ; Cross Country ( 1. 2. 3. 4 ) ; Sophomore Owls ; Student Senate; Boxing (1. 2. 4); Intra- nniral Basketball (2. 3. 4) ; Iiura- mural Baseball (2. 3). Clara H. Owen Education Women ' s .Student Govt. Council (4) ; Sec. Kaijpa Delta Pi (4). Hu.iiA M. Packard Education Edwin S. Page Mechanical Engineering James H. Page Civil Engineering Civil Club ; Commencement Cfimm. ; Student .Senate. AX A •I ' lA Week Kknnktm I.. Parsons Electrical Engineering -MIK Freshman Rifle Team (1); Track (2) ; A.l.E.E (3. 4) ; Tan Beta Pi; Exec. Coniin. A.I.IvE. (4). Phu.im S. Parsons Dairy Husbandry Football (1. 2, 3, 4L C Track (1, 2, 3, 4). C .Sophomore Owls; Sc Pres. ; Winter Sjjorts ' ice-Pres. Class (2) ; (3. 4) ; .Vgricultural L 4). ' ice-Pres. (3) ; !• (4) ; Senior Member Board (4) ; Charles Scholarship (3. 4) ; |3) ; Track Cluh (3). ' aptain ( 4 ) ; aptain ( 1 ) ; iiior Skulls. (1, 2. 3. 4) ; Pres. Class luh (1. 2. 3, ' .xec. Comm. of .Vthletic H. Hood .Mpha Zela Otto O. Pasanen Civil Engineering Football ( 1 ) ; Pres. ( 1 ) ; Liberal Club Club (3. 4). Phvsics Club iL ' 2) ; Civil K. 1 ' rancis Pascarei.i-i Romance Languages ATH Baseball (1); I.M.A.A. (1): Spanish Club. Pres. (3); Junior Prom Comm.; Kappa Phi Kappa, Pres. (4); Student Senate (1. 3). Jo H.N- X. Pail Forestry Forestry Club. John E. Pearson Chemical Engineering Fencing ( 1 ) ; Baseball (1 ) : .Mpha Chi Sigma. Harold ' . Perkins Education Howard Perl.mitter Economics Basketball (1). James J. Pisco Civil Engineering Football (2) : A.S.C.E. . XA Treas. T IM ' K (iKOR(iE (i. PH ' .MPTON- Agricultural Economics ' I ' MA Cross Country ( 1 ) ; Baseball (1 ) ; Basketball (1) ; Band (1.2) ; Agri- cultural Club (I. 2. 3). John .X. Pollock Chemical l ngineering Xorman Ci. Pratt M echanical Engineering Track (1); Me.lianic.d I ' luh (3. 4). Charles K. 1 ' rinn Mechanical luigineering " I ' K Mechanical Club (4). Sec; Junior Week Connn. ; Intramural (4); Track Club (3) ; l ' ' ootball (2.3.4). V-n a-r i NKWRISON ML ' HRAY G.E OSGOOD G. M 1 S AK D K. PARSONS PASAiNhN PASCARELU PERI Ml rri K SENIORS . . Cah.mf.i.a F. Profita Zoology Hockey (I. i. 3. 4) ; ArcluTy { 1 ) ; Baseball ( 1 ) ; Basketiiall ( 1 ). John P.. Qimnx Forestry ATi2 Stiuk ' iit Senate (2. ?i. 4). President (4) ; Track Chih (2. ). President (3): I ' orestry Chit) (1. 2. 3. 4|; Art iMlitor I ' risw: I ' " ootl)all (1); Track ( 1 ) : M.C.A. Cabinet ( 1. - ' ). ice-Pres. (2) ; Lieutenant Colonel R.O.T.C. ; Captain, Scabbard and lilade: Pres. Pbi Sigma; U. of M. Rhodes Sclio ' .ar Candidate; Pbi Kappa Pbi; Xi Sigma Pi, Sec; Senior Sknlls. Fkkki.anii I,. Kamsdf.i.i. Chemical l-jigincering ATA Sophomore Owls; Alpha Chi Sig- ma (2, 3, 4) ; Intranuiral Athletic Association (2); Basketball (1). CiiAki.r.s H. Rf.ei Botany Phi Sigma; Forestry Club (1. 2) ; M.O.C.-,(l, 2) ; Fencing (1. 2). Gf-orgf. R. Keks Kconomics I ' j.T.ioTr A. Kkiii Chemical l- ' ngineering ' Id IK Tan Beta Pi; Alpha Chi Sigma. Rll IIAKI) I.. KlCF. F.conomics AT ' .. ' Football (1. 2, 3. 4) ; l!as ' liall ( 1. 2) ; Spanish ( Inb. VVavnf. S. Kk II Piiochemistry A 11 ' College 4-11 Clnb (1,2.3,4). Pre-. (4) ; Heck Clnb (2, 3) ; Alpha Zeta (3. 4); Walter Balentine Prize (2); Trustee .Scholarship (4) ; Wrestling (4) ; Intramural ( " ootball. Volley Ball. Basketball, ami Baseball (2, 3, 4); I ' .owling (4). (ioKDON T. RrCllARIlSON Civil Fngineering iiX A.S.C.K.; Wrestling (1, 3) ; In- tranuiral . .. .; Conuiiencemenl Ball ( cinnn. DoXAi.ii W. Ring I listory Baseball (1 ). AT!. ' PaII. I., RoilHIN ' S Chemical Kngineering :n Cross Country (1); Tennis Club (2 . 4); Student Senate (3. 4); Alplia Chi Sigma I 2. 3. 4). .Mahki. K. Rokixson " Home Kconomics Aoll Pageant (1.2); Home He Club i 3. 4) ; ClKjrus (3). 1 )UISII.I-A M. RoDKKICK Home Kconomics A ' llockev I 1. 2) ; Asst. . lgr. |3) ; Basketball (1) ; N ' ollev Ball (1 ) ; Home Kc Clnb (2. 3. 4 1 ; Panhel- lenic Council (3); .Student (Invt. (3). Havdk.v S. Rogf.rs b ' lectrical Engineering A. . Track (1. 2. 3. 4) ; A.I.F.1-. (4t. Treas. I loKOTin ' 1 ' .. RoMFRO Psycholi gy AOH Spanish Clnb (1. 2. 3. 4); N ' e.ai .Matbetai; Rifle Club (3) ; YW. C.. . Cabinet. N ' ocations (4); Sigma Mu .Sigma ( 4 I. l)oi is K. ROSKN ' Home I- ' conomics HIM ' Home lu ' onomics Club (2, 3. 4); I ' anhellenic Council (3. 4). Treas.; Maine Outing Club (1, 2) ; All Maine Women Pageant (3). . XNK RoSFN ' STFIN History i;T ( iiiii ' nx Board (2. 3). W ' li.i.iAM Bossing I ' orestry i: .Siiphnniore IIo]! Conuu. ; Boxing ( 1 ) ; I ' ootball ( 1 ) ; Pres. Psi Sigma Pi; .Scabbard and I ' .lade; Phi Sig- ma ; I ' orestry Club. I ll KIUKT .M. KoVl.ANCK Chemical Kngineering SX I ' oiMball (1); Wrestling (1); . lpha Chi Sigma. Robert C. Rfss Public Speaking • ■ Hen Basketball ( 1 ) ; Football ( 1 ) ; Temi orarv Class Presidpit ( 1 ) ■ - ' Club apia Kappa Pbi J ppa ; Spanish ( 1 I ; Chaplain ' ! 4). RiTii R. RrssKi.i. I- ' ducation Sddalitas I.atina; Hockev (1); Basketball (1); »lley Ball (1). CirnR ' ;iA P.. Ryuer 1 listory Spanish Club ( 1. 2) : 4-H Club ( 1. 2. 3. 4) ; M.C.. . (4l. ri,A:RK S. .Sandf.rs Home Kconomics AZ Home Ivconomics Club (3. 4); M.O.C. (3); Student ( iovermnent Council (4). . ri in i P. .S(iiFi.LF:R ecbanical Kngineering i:x Stanwooii R. Seari.ks I ' conomics Ben ice-Pres. Class (1); Pres. Class (2) ; Pres. .Soiihomore Owls; Sen- ior Skulls; . ilvertising Mgr. Cmii- fns (3. 4) ; Debating (3. 4) ; Bas- ketball (1) ; l- " ..otball (I. 2. 3. 4) ; Baseball (1.2) ; Sec. -Treas. Tenni- Club (3,4). Bfn.iamin .Siiai ' FRo Zoology Boxing. DoRorii V T. .Sii iKo ( Jerman -T Archery (1. 2); Der Deutsche ereiii (2. 3. 4) ; Paidiellenic Coun- cil (3. 4). MfKI.K .SlIlHKkT I lome I ' xonomics X!. ' Home !-x Club (4l; Rille Team (4). I.KoN ' ARii K. Sii ki.ini;kr I- " orestry -N Wrestling (2. 3). I.ciii.i.K P. Simpson I ' .nglish i 7 _yi. a-F Idtiy-h ' oiir ( INN W£S ki,,iii, K KObERS HOMtKO D. ROSEN tiOSt-NSTELS ROSSLNG SCHHUHI SIOEUNGEB SENIORS ClIARI.KS A. SlXl I.AIK Matliiniatics AXA l-onthall (1. .1 4| : Wrc.lliiiK (J). Mi(lclli- vi:i);lit C ' liami). : I ' ipe Coiiiin. (2); junior Wrck Coiiiin. (3); Kxucutivc Cnmin. (4). Lalkknck Tdui.K Small Forestry Track ( 1 ) : I ' drcslry Chil) Sigma. Plii TiiAXTF.K V. Small. Jr. Clu-niical luigiiiccriiig -AE Track ill; Scabbard and I Hade. Alhkkt J. S. m 11 Cbemical Kngiiiecring -AV. .Mjiba Clii Sigma; Scabbard and Uladc. Irvin(. K. S.mith luUicaticin Kappa I ' lii Kappa : J. ' Joii.s E. Stinciifiklii I coiiomics AT! Spanish Club ( 1 » ; Hand ( 1. _ ' , 4) Post Prandial Club (.!. 4 1. CllARLF.S G. StRAFFIX Economics OX Sjianish Club (2. i. 4). Pres. (4) ; Kappa Phi Kajjpa ; Intramural .Sports. r.n II 1!. .Stratton .Vgninomy Baseball (1, 2. 3). RoisKRT E. Svlvf.stkr Mechanical Engineering (4} ; Chorus (4). IJOROTIIF.A L. Tk.MI ' LK Economics I ' lIK tball Alpha P. Tiiaver Psychology |:K I.AURKXIK To.MI-KIXS Dairy Husbandry Al " l ' L.M.A.A. (3. 4) ; Heck Club |1. - ' . 3. 4): Stock Judging Team (3); ISoxing (i). I ' " rANI IS L. TOFOLOSKI Zoology i ' K Baseball (1 ) ; Basketball (1). .Martha I. Tio.Mi I ' iglish W .S.(;.A. I 1 ) ; Spanish Club (1 : iJer Deutsche ' erein (3, 4) ; Neai Mathetai; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi. XoR.MAX W. TlHXER Civil Engineering Civil Club (2, 3, 4). Harkv R. Tvlkr Education ■MIK Kith 1 ' .S.mitii English Dw II. NT 1.. So.MKRS Mechanical Engineering OX Basketball (1) ; Track (1) ; A.S. M.F-:. (3, 4). . 1. Tiio.MAs Staxtial Electrical Engineering X Track (1. 2) ; , . I.E.I " .. Student Branch, Sec. (3). .VliRAllA.M StFRN Ivconomics . i.LEN M. Thomas .Animal Husbandry .M ' P I ' ootball (1) : Heck Club (1, 2. 3. 4) ; Wrestling (3, 4 1 ; Light Heavyweight Champion I 3 I. RoHFRT .A. Tho.mas Dairy Husbandry Heck Club (1. 2. 3. 4). 11.1,1 . 1 1.. TllO.Ml ' SOX b:ngli li Sigma .Mil .Sigma. IrVIXI, 1,. TllORXKR ( hemical l- ' .ngiiieering All- Doris K. ' arxa.m Home Economics Home l ' " conomics Club (2. 3. 4). Secretary (3); College 4-H Club ( 1. 2, 3. 4), Secretary (2) ; Wom- en ' s Student (iovt. Council (4). l.FUls ] ' ,. ' . RXRV Mechanical Engineering ' M ' A I ' ootball (1. 2. 3. 4) ; " M " Club; Baseball (I. 2). Rl Til I. ' Al(illAN Home I ' " cononiics XI. ' Home l- " conomics Club (2. 3. 4(; Oinicron Xu (3, 4); Basketball (li : Track (2). Howard W ' . Stkvkns Mechanical l-jiginecring -N Track (1); M.C.A. (I. 2. 3l : Home Ec (2, 3, 4); A. S.M.I ' .. {3, 4). Joll N W. ToMPKIXS .Medianical iMigineering ' I ' K Inlerfralernity Council (4l; .Stu- dent Senate (4). Rkmskx S. ' aii.ii X (. ' beinistry ( U.S.) Baseball (I) ; Track ill: mural Sports. ttX Intra- H I SMAJI A.SMini 1 SMIIH U MII I Snvi-NS SriNOIHKlD SI KM UN ii:mple • . n lOMAS K. 1 HOMA.S nuji VARNtY VAL ' CiHAN SENIORS John p. Venskl ' s Civil Kngiiieering ' I ' M-i I.M.A.A. (3, 4). Secretary (4); BoxiiiK ( 1 ) : Track ( 4 ) : Student Senate I 4 ) . JlCSSK K. W.MPl.Kll.ll IClectrical 1-jiKineeriiig Cl.AKKNCK K. WaIiSUUKTII Bacteriokigy ' 1 ' ' - Football (1): Track (2): Cross Country (3): M.C.A. (3): Mplia Zeta. RlTii S. W ' ai.knta Chemistry (111 Xcai Mathetai: C(iml iis Board ( 1, 2, 3); Debating Team (2, 3, 4): Maim- A ' .tiVi. ' I-lditor (2.i): VAN " . C.A. Cabinet (3); I ' risiii Board; Pbi Beta Kappa; I ' lii Kaiipa I ' bi; Women ' s Forum. Hki.kn 1 " . Wai.kku Kducation HU ' I ' A.MAV. I ' aHcanl l3) ; Soccer (3) ; Volley Ball I 3). Lillian V. Wall Psychology Sigma Mu Sigma (3. 4). Ikkiiku, C. Ward Mechanical Kngineiring .ilA ISasketball (1): 2nd Lieutenant K.O.T.C.; S cabbard and Blade. {;eok(;k W. Wakkkn Klectrical Engineering -X Football (1) ; Track ( 1, 2) ; Killc Team (1 ) ; Student Senate i2. ) : Class K.xec. Omim. (3); .V.I.I ' :.! ' .. {3, 4): 1st I.iiuUnant K.O.T.C; Scabbard and Blade; Military Hop Comm. (4). .-XNhRKW K. Watson Farm Management ' MIK Cross Country ( 1 ) ; Track (1.2); Band (1. 2. 3) ; Heck Club; Alpha Zeta; Phi Sigma; Joseph Rider l- " arringlon Scholarship. Fiiw AKii W. Weeks I ' llectrical Kngineering XV. Basketball (1); Class of 1V()5 Scholarship (1); Tan Beta Pi (3. 4). Donna ' . W ' ky.moitm History Thomas !■ ' .. Kicmakh Flectrical Engineering Jink . 1. WiiKKLKU lulucation -i.iA Chorus (1. 2l ; Beta Pi Tbeta (2. 3. 4). ' ice-Pres; Student (iovern- ment (3. 4); ( ' (im ii.v Pxiard (2); M.f).C. (2. 3) ; Y.W.C.A. (2). W ' ll.l.lAM J. WniTK Clieniical iMigineering . T " .. ' . lpha Chi Sigma; Tan Beta Pi. PrISI ILL.V B. Wll ITTKMORK Zoology HkLKN . . WlI.LIA.MS Mathematics AAA Panhellcnic Council (3, 4); Bas- ketball (2. 3. 4) ; Hockey (2) ; . sst. .Manager Basketball (3). Koi.LH C. WlLl.lA.MS l- " orestry AT ' .; i ' nrestry Club. Joii N C. Wilson Clu-inical luiginecring -AK l- " ootball (1 ) ; Scabb - ! and P.lade ; Student Senate; Interfraternity Council; l-rt iliiiiaii : Ctiiiil iis Board (2); Cane Committee (4). PaI 1, H. WlNlllENBAtlMI Civil Engineering -I ' .MA Baseball { 1. 2) ; Civil Club; Intra- mural Sports. Carr ii.l N. Works Electrical 1-jigineering " I ' M A . lma York History Shirlkv C. Yolxc F nglish M Hockey (L 2. 3, 4) ; All Maine Hockev Team (4); Basketball (1. 3); ' Volley Ball (L 2, 3); Mgr. .Nthletics (2): Freshman Team ( 1 ) ; ' ar.sitv Rifle (2. 3. 4) ; High Score (3) ; (4); ice-Pres. W.A.A. Pres. W.A.A. (4); U. of M. 2. Class Rifle Team Cai)t. (3) . thletic Seal (3) ; Chorus (L 2) : Orchestra I 1. 2. 3. 4). Mgr. i2.i): String (Juartet |3. 4) ; Pres. Y.W. C . . Cabinet ( 1 ) ; M.C.V. Deputa- tion Team (1. 3); Sophomore Ea ' .;Ls (2) ; Soph. Hop Committer (2); Pres. Xeai .Mathetai (2); .Sec.-Treas. Sodalitas l.atina (2); Penny Carnival Connn. (3); W.S. (J.. A. Council (3) ; Panhellenic Del- egate (4); Co-Chairman Coni- meiu-ement Week Comm. (4); All Maine Women (4). Stan LEV P. YoiNi; Mechanical Engineering iiX Band (1. 2. 3. 4); Student Band Leader (4) ; Orchestra (L2.3.4) ; Rifle Team (1. 2. 3) ; A.S.M.E.; Delta Pi Kaiipa. Willis H. Yoini; .M echanical I ngineering I ' .aud (1.2); Delta Pi Kappa. Ki; JL -y o f irL a i—TL SBBB NXADIIK.H » , DSW ORTH WARD WARKI i XATSON WtTMOLTH WTIEELER H. WILLIAMS R. WILLIAMS WINCHENBALGH WORKS VOKK S.C. YOLNG S. P. YOtNG „ John R. Ball, Jr. Samif.l M. Cork John V. Ckossox Harolu a. Davis RcMiEK H. Hkki.f.r Samiki. K. Hkrrkk I- ' keemax L. Hlssey Wesley P. Jldkixs Rita E. Laxcto Robert A. Leadbetter Kexxe:tii L. I.evexsalor William H. MiBradv Carltox F. Noyes Malcolm P. Xoyes Ferguson M. Oliver Abraham K. Rosen Hri.ii K. Ryan Joseph F. Sexuta Hloise S. Young h : uniors Glit)K(.K 1.. CuHB President Class Officers J. VlNST(l. HoVT Vice-President Al.NKS K. Crowi-kv Secretary K|:N NKTll I ). 1!|.A( K Treasurer IL a-f History ] i amii-iit I ' .c-ll-ritiilfr ;it in tlu- lim ' lViii])lf- .l-Mi-iniirii ' s ami (Ireaim-d of stirring deeds in tlu- sunny I,and-(if-tlic-l ugsffl-l ' ' ' it ' - " " ' " ' • ' wondmus tale nf tlie f, ' reat Class of Nineteen hundred and tliirty-five. And till- history of that class rin s through the ai;es. while reverent chil- dren ia iitTerings in the Teiniile. and Inished. steal away. So. »n the twelfth day of the ninth month of the thirty-first year in the twenti- eth century a ])eo].le entered the walls of the L ' niversity of Maine. . nd they were called Freshmen. Thev came to learn of the lionorahle (Irayheards. the wise men who knew all there was to he known, Ilapjiily passed the time at the School for these vouth who were called Fresh- men, until dread crept into their hearts, a horrihle dread of the air demons, the Soph- omores. On the Xight-of-the-yellow-moon there was held the yearly Festival of the Xight Shirts. The Sojihoniores jirayed to the " loongs. " demons of the upi)er air. and the Freshmen sought the august i)rotection of the Shen. And jjcace was made hetween the two kingdoms. Wise men of the Freshmen put their heads together and decided that they must have a leader, and a hrave lad from the northland. Milton MacP.ride. was chosen. Rut their Ruler lay down his crown, and Paul McDonnell hecame king in his stead. Phyllis Johnson hecame the vice-president. .Agnes Crowley. Keeper of the Royal Records, and Kenneth P lack. Keeiier of the Royal Treasury. The angu.st gods of tlie Harvest, in the land of the L ' niversity. again c.illed the ])eople to enter the Temi)le-of-the-L ' niversity. The Freshmen were now Sopho- mores, and could hold the Festival of the Xight Shirts in honor of the new Freshnnn class. The crown was i)laced on the royal head of Milton MacP.ride. . gnes Crow- ley was again made Keejier of the Records, and Kenneth P.lack. Keeper of the Royal Treasury. . nd I ' ate further decreed that the Class of nineteen hundred and thirty-live should win the Sophomore- Freshman track meet, . gain Sjiring came, hringing the Grand Fete, called the Soi)homore Hop. A great hattle was fought on the campus plains in tho.se days and many were the wounded. Peace came at last and the arnnes returned to their lairs. These people now hecame juniors, and they jmt away their childi.sh hahits. White hairs crowned the heads of the wisest among them. New leaders were chosen. George Cohb hecame the I ligh-Kuler : I. Winston I loyt was chosen to lill the seat of the vice-])resident : . gnes Crowley remained in favor as Keeper of the Royal Rec- ords; Kenneth Pdack. too. retained his seat of atnhority in the Treasury. The long winter ])assed. and hearts longed for the Season of the I ' lowers. hring- ing the glory of Junior Promenade. Contemplative eyes were turned toward the herties of the class, wondering who among them would l)e ch isen to live in the abode of the most-dread Senior .Skulls Here the old Hell-ringer dozed, and mumhled into his heard and. tip-toeing away, we wished that we might hear the end ol the wondrous tale of that glorious Class of Xineteen hundred and thirty-live. ILj -n t- -J Jl- l-JL JUNIORS Carol vx I.oitsr An.wrs AOII l ..rtlaii,l Deeriiig Ilisli Silicml Westhrimk jiininr C ' nlli-Hc CluMiiistry Basketball (3) : M.O.C. (3 I. Svl.VlA Al.l ' KKT Raiigor Ilcitnc luiinomics Hknrv Cariton Xmikkson " Fianjo. " ' I ' MA Cape Klizabetli Hebron Academy IIcirliiMiltnre Haseball (!,_ ' ). Hdhkkt Cisiim w Aukv " Hnl). " :: llopedale. Mass llopedale I liKli ScIuujI Civil KiiKitiecriiiR Asst. Mgr. Baseball (2); Pale Blue Key (3); Asst. Mrp. Bas- ketball (2) : I ' rism Beard (.?) : Mgr. Baseball (.1); Sec. Civil Club (.?). . l AkV Cl.AIRK AlKKN Brewer Hoiiie I ' xiiiidiiiics I iiiN ' Ai.ii Lf.Rov An ' DERSON " Bunny, " " .Andy, " OX Caribou Caribou High School Pre-Medical Football (1, 2. . ) ; Basketball ill: Track (1, 2) : Intramural . ..A. ii) ; .Sophomore Owls. Kaki. ' ai.kntink .Xnmf.rsox Derby Zoology M 1«,ARKT b " l.l AllKTIl Avi-Kv •Peg. " A A I ' auuor Bangor High School l-jiglish Spanish Club ( I ) : Neai Mathe- lai; Kille Club (2) ; Y.W.C.A. (1. - ' ). I JUNIORS Dakkf.i. Kaki. Raik:f.k srs St. Alliaiis X. II. l " ay IliKh Scli.K.l Mcclianical Kiifjiiiceriii); F H)tl all (2. 3): Winter Sports (. ' . 3). I )axif.i. Joseph Barrett " Dan. " «PK Daiifortli Danlortli HIkIi Scluml Education Kappa Phi Kappa : . ss ' t. Coacli nasketball (.?). KuiiARii Parker I ' arstow " Dick. " ATI! . nl)urn Fdward Little HiKli Scluml Civil Engineering Friisli Track: Track (2) : Cross Country (2. i) : Pale Blue Key (3): .VS.C.E. (3); Band (1.2). Pail Webster Reax " Beany. " AT! .Vuliurn Edward Little High School Civil Engineering Baseball ( 1) : Civil Chit) : Fresli- niaii Kille Team; 2n(l Lieutenant R.O.T.C. Dk.AN- MaNTKR liAII.EV " I ' arsnn. " ' Ml K Sidney Williams High School Botany Cross Country ( 1 ) ; Indoor Track ( I ) ; Outd. lor Track { 1 ) . Ki TM EvKi.vN Barrows Orono Home Economics StiAs I.oRixc Bates " Si. " VS Portland Dcering High School Mechanical Engineering KAi.i ' ir E.MERSox Beers " l- ' ni. " i:X Boston, Mass. Hnntinglon High School .Mechanical Engineering Pipe Committee (2) ; Ririe Team (2). 7 _y_ 7__y:._ _ _ A7_ I7_A_.Z_Jl_ I iliv-l JUNIORS -Spicr.Kox Kf.arn ' f.y Ren;. . iin- " Benny, " -HI K Mars Hill Aroostook Central Institute Agricultural luonomics Football (1): AKriciiltural Soci- ety (1) ; Track Clul) (2) ; Pale Blue Key ( .? ) ; Maine M (3). as(|ne Wentwortii F-:RNf:sT Bkvkra(;e Oakland Chemical I ' jiuineerinH Krn-est Tiiaver Bi. a( k " Hrnie, " |.Ki; P,,rthuul Kcnts Hill School Syracuse L ' niversity Journalism Cross Country ( I ) ; Indoor and Outdoor Track ( 1 ) ; Cross C pun try (2, 3): Indoor and Outdoor Track (2, .3) ; Spanish ( ' h,h Kenneth Dinsmork Bi.ac k " Ken, " .Ms-v I ' .irtlaMd Kents Hill Schoi.l l- " oresli Cross Country (I, 2, .?) ; |r„rt.s try Clul) : Indoor Track ( I. 2, 3 ) : Outdoor Track (1.2): I.M.A.A. (2); Sophomore Owls; Clas- Trcasurer ( 1 , 2, .1 ) . W ' li.i.iAM Herbert BEsso. t " Bill. " i-AK Marblehcad. .Mass. Marhlehead High School -Mechanical KiiKineering Football (1, 2, 3) ; .Sophomore Owls; l-lxec. Committee (2)- ■M " I.?). Ciiari.es Kd.vuni. Bkknei.i. •Charlie. " HHII Rockland Kockland High School .Mechanical I- ' ngiiieering Track ( 1. 2. . ) ; Band (2. 3). John Wekk.s Ri.aik " Blackie. " ATS Balli Morse High School Kconomics l-.l Circuld Ivspanol i I ). I ' llEI.NrA I.EE Bl.AlKINCTOX ' ■ ' • ■•■•• " ' - U ' ocklan.l Kockl.ind llii;li Sell..,. I I ' syehology Neai Mathetai (1); Latin Chih (- ' , 3): M.O.C. [3): Sign a Mu Sigma ( 3 ) . I ifly-Six JUNIORS William Braplev Blaisdell ••IX.C. " " Bill, " i North Sullivan Sullivan High School Zoology Bkrxiiaru Blom " Bernie. " 2 2 Brooklyn, X. Y. Manual Training High School Poultry Husbandr l- ' cncing (I); Agricultural Cluli (1, 2, 3) : Wrestling (1). AiiNF.v Hamilton Boothby " Ham, " 2 2; Liverniorc I.eavitt Institute History Intercollegiate Debating (I. 2. 3): Pres. Debating Society (3). Orrin Sa.mif.i. Bradbi ' rv " Hratl " Rockland Rockland High School Economic Band ( 1. Jl ; Orchestra (1). Hf.len Mabel Blake Lagrange Home Economics Donald Henry Boone ex Portland Forestry Football (1) ; Wrestling (3). Carl Hintincton Bottume Hamden. Conn. English Henry Alden Brann " Hen. " Ben Augusta Cony High School Pre-Medical T l jl JUNIORS I.VMAN KdWl.KK I ' lHFUKR l ' ..rtlaiKl DceriiiK High ScIkjoI F lectrical Engineering A.I.E.E Sliulrnl Member. Charles Gf.or(;k Rrountas " Charlie " Bangur Bangor Higli Selicii)! Kcononiiis Spanish Clul). Richard DRrNKUATER Bucknam " Dick, " S A Yarnidulli Varniciuth Iligli School I ' .lectrical Knginecring Tracl ( 1 ) ; Electrical Club {.?). Paui.ink Smith Bi ' ixik " Polly, " ' I ' .M Malta wanikeag Mattawamkeag High School Home Economics Chorus (1); College 411 {Inb (1, 2, 3); Y.W.C.A. (I. ,i i ; Rifle (2); M.O.C. (2); Home Economics Club (3) ; Rep. W.S. G..A. (3). Carl . ARO • Briggs K- Bangor r.aiignr High School .Mount Hernion School Chemical Engineering .M|)ha Chi Sigma; P.and (1. 2, 3) : Track Cluh; Pale Blue Key (Charter Member) ; Cross Conn- try (1, 2, 3) ; Track (1. 2. 3) : ■M " tlub. 1m A.VIKS Ja.skt Hroun X ' . Skowhegan ISinghani High School English Contributors ' Club (3): Riflery I 3 ) ; (. ' tiiiil iis (2). RollKRT ElKl.l) BlCKNAM ■Bob. " HHII Dexter . H. Fay High School W ' assookeag Forestry I ' hi Sigma; Basketball (1): I ' orcstrv I ' lul). I ' .nw AKii l.n o r.i 11 KK, Jr. Ted, " Htm Portland I )ccring I ligh Schoul Hebron . caclemy I ' .conoinics l-ootball (2, 3); Sophomore OuK. JL a-f •hi JUNIORS Janet Campbf.li. " Jan. " XSi Brewer I ' lfewcr Higli Sdux)! German Hockey (Ij ; Chorus (2. 3) : ( " ■iris " Rifle Team (3). George Davis Carlisle " Scoop, " r Bangor Bangor High School Forestry Fiand ( 1 ) ; Kappa Gamma Phi ; Associate Editor. Prism (3): Asst. Mgr. Track (2) : Mgr. In- d x)r Track and Relay (3) : Pale Blue Key (3) ; Forestry Club (1. 2, 3). Treasurer (2. 3) ; Junior Week Committee (3). Jane Gerry Chase " Gerry, " XtJ Bucksport E.M.C.S. Spanisli Hockey (1, 2. 3) : All Maini Hockey Team (3) ; Basketl)all (1. 2. 3): Volley Ball (1. 2) : Soccer (2); Baseball (1); Stu- dent Government ( 1. 2), Treas- urer (2) ; Sophomore Eagle (2) : All Maine Women Pageant (1. 2): Y.W.C.A. (1.2.3); El Cin- ulo Espatiol (3). Thomas William CiifRcilii-i. " Tom " N ' o. Parsonsfield Parsonsfield Seminary English Contributors ' Club. Rkiiarii Harrison Captain " Dick. " ATA Montclair. X. J. Montclair High School Forestry Football (1. 2); Track (1): Wrestling (1. 2, 3) ; Intramural Champion 1933, 156-65 lb. Class; Tennis Club ; Varsity Tennis (2, 3); Forestry Club; Maine Out- ing Club. Malcolm Frederick Carr " Mac. " ATti Dexter Hartland .-Vcademy Mechanical Engineering . Iarjorie Esther Church " Marge. " XU Corinna Corinna Union Academy Home Economics Hockey (1); Basketball (1); Home Economics Club (2. 3) ; M.O.C. (2); Y.W.C.. . (1.3). Harlaxii Bailev Clark " Hike. " AI ' P Brooks Brooks High School Dairy Husbandry Heck Club ( 1, 2, 3) ; College 4-H Club (1. 2. 3). JUNIORS V ' lviAN Marie Ci.emons " Viv, " nn I Hiram Fryeburg Academy German HiK-key (1); Basketball (1); Archery (i): W.S.G.A. (2): VA X ' .A. (3): Jimiur Prom Ccmiinittec ; Churn-. 1 1. ). Georgk I.anf. Cdiiii " Pop. " HOIl I.e vi ton Hebron Academy History Football (1. - ' . .?) : Hasketball ( 1 ) : Baseball ( 1 ) ; Sophomore Owls ; Class President ( .? ) ; Scabbard and Blade; 2nd Lieu- tenant K.O.T.C; (iolf Team (2) ; Intraiiuiral Basketball (1.2,3). Nathan .Vhtiiir Cohf.m " Nat " Ban.yor Bangor Hisli .School (icrman Kari.k Omvkk (di.r.iNs " Ripper, " ' l-.M . nsOM Madison High .School F lectrical luiRinicriuK 2nd F.iciilcnant K.O.T.C. . Ikrto.n Ki ;ene Clevelanii " Grover. " il+i Stonington .StoninstoM High School Civil Fngineering Fencing ( 1 . 2 ) . Monte Cohen TIM ' Wiiuhrop. .Mass. Winthrop High Sch K)l Huntington Prep ScIkh)! Economics Track ( 1. 2) : Tennis (1 ) ; Intra- mural . .. . (2, 3). MI lAM Brick Coi.e •I ' Ki; Prospect Harbor History Track (1. 2. 3) : Relay (I, 2, 3). X ' ki.ma Ina Coi.son ■Wl. " II IH- Gnilford (.nil lord llijili School Fnglish {iiiii iix I ' .oard (2. 3); . rcliery Tournament (2); Volley Ball l2) ; Paiihellenic Council (2. 3) : Student (iovernment (3) ; .-Vsst. Manager Hockey (3); M.O.C. (2); Y.W.C.A. (3). JUNIORS ' lOl.ET DoKA Col -iON " Vi. " II B+ Guillord ( " iiiilh r i High School Latin French Chih; Chorus (1 ) ; .Soclal- itas I.atina: Tennis Tournanieiit 1. _ ' ) : Hm-kcy (2) ; Volley Ball (1. 2); Haskethall (2): M.O.C. Herbkht Kexf.rson Cook " Hcrbic, " -X Calais Calais Academy Chemical Engineering Margaret Standish Copeland " Dixie, " Xii Arlington. Mass. Xorthfield Seminar - Zoology ' i.llcy Ball (1): Hockey (1) ; Track (1 ) ; A.M.W. Pageant (1. 2 ) : Basketl all ( 1) ; Chorus ( 1 ) : M.O.C. H); Y.W.C.A. (1. 3). Pail Johnson Corbax " Red. " AX. Hartford. Conn. Bulkclcy High School Chemistry . sst. Mgr. Relay (1, 2); Uni- versity Quartet (3). ICnoCII STANtllSII ClK K " Harlem. " . X. FSridgton r.ridgtnii High Scliool Civil Kngincering liitraiiuiral Athletics. A I M(iN r.iKii Cooi ' KR, Jr. " ( iary. " HK Rockland 1 lehron . cademy Forestry .Maine Ma.sque (1, 2, 3); Band (I. 2) : Forestry Club (2. 3). Km. I ' ll Lincoln Copelanu, Jr. " Copie. " ATA Brewer Brewer High School Electrical Kngincering Wrestling (L 2) : NLO.C. (3) : Delta Pi Kappa (3): F.lectrical Club (3): Debating Society (2, 3) : Band (1,2); 2nd Lieutenant K.O.T.C. (3) ; Track (1) : Ten- nis Club (1,2); A.LK.E. Student I ' ranch. Gecr .F. Tho.mas Corey " Xessic, " HX Caribou Caribou High School Zoology ? r jt_jfL .ji 7 _77 L_rn_. JUNIORS Rf.na Lli ' ii.lk Crauie Westbrook Education Horace Martin Cran ' dall •MIK Presque l lc Agricultural lu ' oiKiiniis Baseball (1, 2, 3). Everett Charles Ckeameu " Ev, " AXA (ircciif Fryeburg Academy Electrical En ineeriivj Track (1. 2) ; Campus (1) ; l.M. A.A. (3) ; Electrical Club (3). Agnes Katmerine Crow ley " Ag, " X4 Biddefonl Biddcford High School English Hockey Capt. (1); Hockey (2. 3) : Basketball (1. 2. 3) : Base- ball (1 ) ; Soccer (2) ; X ' olky Ball (1. 2, 3) ; Class Sco. (1. 2. 3) ; Prism Board; Sophomore Eagles; Sister Council; W.A.A. Council (3); Women ' s Forum; Debating (2, 3); French Club; Spanish Club ( 1 ) ; Associate Member Maine Masque; YA ' . C.A, ; A.MAV. Pageant (1. 2); Spanish Night (1;) Maine Kc- x-inv (2). l-jfNEST Mayland Cram " Rags, " - - Winthrop Winthrop High School Chemistry Rillc Team (1. 2); Alpha Chi Sigma. 1 noMAs Wii.LARu Crane •Willie. " " Ick, " IX So. Portland So. Portland High School Electrical Engineering Band ( 1. 2. 3) : Delta Pi Kappa; Junior Prom Committee: .A. I. i:.E. J ANNS DolCLAS CROIKER " Jim. " AK Patten Patten . cademy Chemical l-lngineeriuK Cross Country ( I ) ; Track ( 1 . •j.iZAitETii . .NNE Crowley " Betty. " XS. l.ewist.m Jordan High SchiR)l Home I conomics M.O.C. (1): Home Economics t Inb (2. 3) ; Panhcllenic Council (3). 7 _y7_ BBJ o-f JUNIORS Wll.l.lAM JkKKKRV ClRKAN " Hill. " K Mil ' Milo High School Mathfiuatic- Boxing ( 1 ) ; Kappa Phi Kapira. Retty I.or li.wis " Bet. " .M Monson Mniisoii Academy Home Kcoiiomic Y.W.C.A. ( 1 : olley Ball ( 1 ) : M.O.C. (i); Home Economic Club. John Hamilton DeWitt " Johnnie. " Al ' P Sherman Sherman High SchiRil Dairy Husbandry Wrestling (I. 2. 3): Wrestling Champion (Light Wt.) (1): Heck Club (1, 2. 3). Ciiari.es Fra.nk Dwinal, Jr. " Charlie " Bangor Bangor High School Chemical Knginecring Mgr. Rifle Team (1) ; I.M.A.A. Basketball (1. 2). [•-R.NKST KaRI. Cl ' RTlN " Krnic. " iX So. Portland So. Portland High School Civil Engineering Track (1); Band (1, 2) ; Civil Club (3) ; Student Senate (3). 1 1 arrv Horace Day " Happy. " UK Orono Orono High School History R.O.T.C. (3); I.M.A.A. (3). Uaviii Lester Diamon " Jack, " " Legs " Portland Portland High School Prc-Medical Ciinifiiis Board { 1 ) : Maine Masque (L 3) ; Track (3). Hilda Tixfs Eaton Little Deer Isle Crosby High School Education Y W.C.A. (3). C. t F JL yT- T _7L Sixl JUNIORS ClIUISTlNK Kl-I.IOTT " Chris " Pnrtlaii.l Dtcring Hish Sclioul Hiinic I ' " cim(iinics Walter Lee Kmeksox. Jk. " Walt, " Heil l.cwisloii Jordan High School Kconomics Peace Oratorical Contest (1,2); Secretary-Treasurer (ioll Cliil) (2) : Class Cliaplaiii ( ). HowAKii Ernest Ettik liar llarlxjr Bar Harbor High School Phvsics Wll.MAM aTI1. N I ' ARUKI.I. " Rill, " All Unity Unity I lij-li School Dairy I lushandry AKricn ' tural Chili (1,2,.?); Col- k-Kc 4-H Clnh (1, 2, 3) ; HasUet- ball ( I ) ; Juni(jr l- ' xccutive Coni- mittec. • " i) VARi Charles E!llswortii " F-:d, " i: 2 Rloomficld. Conn. Wni. H. Hall High Sch.K.l Civil Engineering Pres. Physics Club ( 1 ) ; Fencing (1,2); Intramural P.aseball (2), P.askctball (2, .? ) ; Rifle Team I 1 ) ; Civil Club (3). Rk IIAUII WiNTIIKOl " ESTAHR(M1K " IJukc, " liHIl Portland Holderness School Chemical Engineering lU K HITMAN I ' ai.ks ' I Ki: Thoniaston Mechanical Engineering r.aseball (1, 2. 3). SVMIKI. Til KKH 1- " aVOK " Sam. " " Tuck, " ' I Ki; Norway Norway High Sc1uh 1 M echaiiical iMigineering I ' oothall (1, 2) : l " rcshnian l?an- i|uet Conunittee; Winter .Sports (2, 3); Chairman Junior Week L ' ommittee. JUNIORS Osi ' AR FkIXOWS " Oscar. " +1 " A HanRor Hiph ScIhk)! Amherst College Bangor History W ' ll.BKRT HaMMONM) FiFIELD " l- ' ilhert. " i;X Auburn I ' dward Little High Sclnxil Civil Kngineering Maine Mas(|ue (1, 2, 3); Asst. Stage Manager (3) ; Civil Clul (3) : Track (2). MvROX FiNKLEMAN Portland Zoology IsAHKL JoSEI ' ltlNE FrEEMAN •I ' M Brewer P.rcwcr High School Home Fconomics Home Flconomics Club (2. 3) ; Secretary (2l: Rifle Club (2): ' Panhellenic Delegate (2. 3) ; Secretary (3). 1 IdKAi K Stanley !• " " Hockey. " BHH Hebron Academy Pipe Committee. I )exter Forestry I Iarrv Pail Files " The Kid. " " I ' VS Wapping. Conn. Xcw ■o k Military School Mechanical Kngineering Track (1); Football (1, 3); •M " Club (3): Track Club (1, 2 I : Masque (1, 2) : Asst. Coach I ' rnsh Football (2). George Evans Fitch " Fitchy. " . XA East Sebago Deering High School Hebron .Academy Mathematics Wrestling (1, 2. 3); Football l2. 3) : Kl Circulo Espanol ; Sig- ma Delta Zcta. Parker Horaie Frost " Frosty. " ' VVS Caribou Caribou High Sc1um 1 Mechanical Engineering P.askcthall (I ) ; Tennis (1. 2, 3) ; .SnphonKire Pipe Conuiiittee; Asst. Manager Baseball. M.rf JUNIORS DOROTHV CONSTANCH FrVF. ••not. " IIB I Portlaiul Pi)rtlaiid Higli Schoul iMiylisli Volley Hall (1. 2) ; Haskt-tl.all (2); Soccer (2); Y.W.CA. Rk llAKIl WvidlAN (lAFFNEV " Dick, " ' MS Great Neck. Long Island. X. Y. (Ireat Xcck High School Forestry |- " rcs!inian P.aiiciuel Coniniif.ec ; Track (1. 2); Si-ahhard and made. HkXKV IIaI.I. (j ALLISON " Hank " Hanco.k I ' dinl I ' irnwnvillc Jet. High .Sohoul I ' hillii)s Kxeter .Xcadeniy Civil I ' ' ngin;-ering Civil Clnl) ; Basehall. Don ALII Mkrkitt (Jay ••Don. " -I ' MA Casco Casco High Sch(jol lu-onomics Band (1.2); Basehall (1) ; Bas- kethall ( I ). Al.KKKl) W ' allalk Fl llkk " . . " Ki: Pittsficld .Maine Central Institute l- lectrical Fngincering .Vliikkt Hkxry Galbraitii " .M, " HHII Pleasant Plains. Statcn Island, New York Duigin Prep School M echanical Fngineeriiig Scahhard and Blade Kh II ARIi Al.FRKIl (lALLOP " Dick. " ' i; Mexico Mexico High School Mechanical Fjigineering l-n.itliall S(|iiad (I. 2): Orches- tra (1. 2l ; l.M.A.A. (2). MUX -SiMMoxs Gktiiiki.i. ■Jack. " . XA Oakland Williams High School Zoology kille Team (1. 2); .Asst. Mgr. Relay (I, 2) ; Asst. Mgr. Track (2); Mgr. Track (3). iily-Six JUNIORS Knl.AXll Kk.NKST GlBBS " Roily " Ban;4i r Hangiir High School Kiiglish Mairuk Kimbai.l GOUIIARIJ " (iranip, " 4Ki; Port ' iand Deering High Schtnil Forestry Track ( 1. 2. 3) : Captain Outdoor Track Freshman ( 1 ) ; Forestry Club ( 1, 2. 3 ) ; Sophomore Owls ; l ' ecutive Committee (i. 3): M.O.C. (3); Phi Sigma: 2nd Lieutenant R.O.T.C. Pail Edmind Goode Bangor Bangor High School Economics William Olivkk Gould Bangor Chemistry Ckiil Aliikn Gilbekt " Skipper, " AI ' P Greene Lcavitt Institute Animal Husbandry Alpha Zeta; Asst. Mgr. Track (1 I : Heck Club. At K Charles Goou Spanish Club. Portland Prc-Legal HVMAN ' GoTLIEB " Hymie " Bangor Bangor High School Chemistry Basketball (2. 3). Eleanor Genevieve Gowen " El, " XSJ Biddcford I ' .iddoford High School Spanish . .. l. . Pageant (1): Spanish Club (1) : Club Espanol (2, 3) ; Le Cercle Frangais (3) : Chorus (2. 3) : M.O.C. (3); Archery (1, 2) : Riflery (3) : Asst. Man- ager Hockey (3) : V,. ,A. (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3). Sixly-Snfii JUNIORS Etta Mae Gran(;e M Sni rn,i Mills Merrill llish Schcol Home ICconomics llonie x Clul) (2. 3) ; M.O.C. (2); Chorus (2): Panhelleiiic Council (2) ; Junior Week Cmn- niittee. Ika Cm i« II ( luAV Maiistield. Ma s. Mansfield High Sehonl Chemistry Alpha Chi Sigma, RllONA KoElKHTA (JKAV Hangor Mathematics Km. I ' ll lii.Ai K i-.i.i. Hackktt HX Mil, M.C.I. I ' orestrv .■ l.I.KN RkKI.O.V (JRAY " .M, " HX Wakefield. Mass. Huntington Prep .School Forestry M Aiiv Klizabetii Gray " liessic. " -MA Winter Harh.ir .Sacred Heart .School l- " rench Chorus ( 1 ) : Orchestra ( 1 ) : ! ' " xecmive Committee ( 1 ) : dl- Uy r.all ( 1, 2) ; MaMpie (2). IlilIN Cll AUI.KS CiKEANEV lloull..n I Hah School Spanish Chih i 1. 2, .M. Honltnll Aim m 1 .1 MM.i ' V 1 1 Ai.KKrii V ■I ' .crl. " ATI! Ashland .Vgronomy ZZ_ o—f " 7 l_a_ JUNIORS GK()R(iE Aktiur Haines ■MIK Fort Fairfield I ' .irt Fairfii-I(l Hisli Sc1i.k.I Mechanical luiKim-iTinK Track (1. . ' ) : A.S.M.K. (. Rt■l•s Geowie Hai.i.exbfxk " Hunkie. " K2 Westwood, Mass. Tilton Preparatory School Pre-Mcdical James Sa.sxster Hamilton " Hammy. " K2 Portland Dccring High School Mechanical Engineering F.«.tball (1. 2»; Basketball (1) : Baseball (1 ) ; Intramural A. A. (1). SiMNER Orrix Hancock, 2nd " Skipper, " " l-MA Cascn Casco High School History and Government Basketball (1 ) ; Baseball ( 1 ) . Frederick Milton Ham. " Fred. " UK Rockland Rockland High School Chemistry Football (1) : Boxing (1, 2) ; Band (1, 2); Orchestra (3); Track (I). William Conway Halpine " Bill. " ATA Portland Deering High School Zoology Circulatio n Mgr. The Freshman (1). John N ' ewcomb Hamilton " Hammy. " :SN Belfast Cnisby High Schixjl Electrical Engineering Tennis (2); Sigma Delta Zeta ; KU-ctrical Club. Howard William Hannic.en . mesbury. Mass. Forestry j i ilJL :7__A Vi.r v-. Villi JUNIORS James Dennis Hanson " GllS, " ! Vnrk ill,l,L!r York High ScIkiuI Civil f- ' ngineeriii!; Civil Cliili; I- " ri ' shnian Clicer leader; Head Chet-rleadcr (.3): Fencing (1 ) . Ri ' Tn Cr.iiFORK Hakdinc -i-i- Stijcktoii Springs Stockton Springs High School Zoology ■risliiiuiii Board ( 1 ) ; Xeai Mathetai; Sec. Y.W.C.A. (2): Ragles (2) ; All Maine Women (2.3): A.M.W. Pageant (1.2): Volley Ball (2) : Hockey (2.3): W.A.A. Representative (3): Masque (2) ; Phi Sigma. Joanna Siiarim; Hak Mil Home I ' .cononiic RaVMONII CoKl.lSS ll.VTllOKNK " Ray. " ' I l i; Woolwich Morse Hi gh School I ' orcstry Cross Country (1, 2); l ' " orestry Cluh (1. 2): Track (2. 3): M.O.C. (.?). Otis Ti ' rnkr Hanson " O.T.. " rx Houlton lloulton High Sch « l Mlectrical Engineering .VoRMAN HouARii Harmon ' Wimpy. " i; : Limerick Limerick Hi.ijh S-hool History Track ( 1 ) ; L.o.xing (2). SiirKi.KV l.iBBV Hatch •Hatchie, " AOIT Shirley. Mass. I ' itclihurg High School Spanish LI Circulo Lspafiol (1. 2. 3): .Soccer (2); .-K.M.W. Pageant (2) ; .Asst. Mgr. Basketball (3) ; W A. l " ouncil (.1). I ' miiFNiK. I-J.AINK Haves i ' rudy. " ' I ' M Orono ( )rouo High .School I ' rencli ChoruN (2). .iWv JUNIORS Ai.vis I.VMAX Ukai.ii ••Itii . " iAK L ' liion Kcnts Hill Si ' ininary C ivil Kiijiiiiferinv; F.H.thall (1. 3): Basehall d) ; Ci%il Cliil) ; Scabbard and Blade. »- 1! KKV Mki.fanii ililf. " " ILH., " TIM- Milford. Mass. " . 1 Milford High SchfHjl Z Hil Ey Tennis (1. 2): Fencing tl, 2): ' V l Track 2). N JsiH Stanley David Hf.niif.rson " Stan. " +rA Bath Miirsc Hiyli Schixil Mechanical Rngineerin ' ; Baseball (1. 2. 3): Basketball (It: Track ( 1 . i ) . Henry Russfxl Higgins " Rusty. " K2 Newport Maine Central Institute Ci»il Kngineering Football ( 1 I ; Track (1). RoBF.RT Gagf. Higgins " Bob. " AXA I.ewistoii I ' ortland High Schtx l Chemical Engineering P aseball ( 1 ). CiARA I.FSi.iE HonsnoN Stillwater Home Rconomic " Kari.e William Hill ■Hilly. " AT!! Bingham Bin ' ;hani High School Coburn Classical Institute Mathematics Baseball (1): Freshman Rifle Team (1 ) : Track (I. 2. 3) ; 2nd Lieutenant R.O.T.C. Roy Nki.sox Holmes ATA N " irwoo l. Mass. Arts • :riil i hi, JUNIORS MaRV ClIKlSTINK llllMF.H Franklin Psychcilogy John Winston Hoyt " Win, " -HIK Easton Eastun High Scluml Rickcr Classical Institute ARricultiiral Econmnics Baskclhall (1) ; Baseball (1, 2) ; Sophoniure Owls. Cari, Franklin Ini;raiiam " Hungry, " HX .So. Purtland Portland High Schocjl Chemistry Track { 1 , 2): Cheerleader ( 1 , 2). Norman Mason Jackson " Jack. " HX Kuniford Stephens High .Sehnol Pre-Medical Cross Country (I ) ; Track ( 1 ) ; Fencing (2); M,O.C. (3), Carl Nicholas Honer " Carl, " ATn Hartford. Conn. .St. Thomas Seminary Economics Spanish Club ( 1 ) ; Track (1 ) ; Football (3); " M " Club; Base- ball (2); Chairman Executive Committee (2) ; Sophomore Owls ; Intramural Basketball (2) : Wrestling (2). Ei.sTON Paul Incalls " .M. " :;aE Bu.xton Bridgton Academy English Football ( 1 ) ; Banquet Commit- tee ( 1) ; Hop Committee ( 2 ) : .Maine Masque, ' ice-Pres, (2, ) ; Campus Staflf (2, 3); De- bating Club (2) ; Prism Board (3). .AURKNCE Bl ' RDETT JaCKSON Old Town Education . nnik Eli .ahktii Jknkins " Betty. " AZ Houlton Houlton High School History Kicker Junior College jLA a-F -WL a -.mix I ' :,. JUNIORS IIaRVKY R.M.IMl JollS ' SOV SanfDrd Kilucaiiiiii PiiYi.i.is VViNT, Johnson " Phyl. " XU l.a Tuque. Quebec I.a Tuque High School Knglish Spanish Club ( 1 ) ; Spanish Night (2): ' icc- President Class (1): Riflery ( 1 ) : Basketball ( 1. 2. 3 ) : Outing Club (1. 2. i) : Archery (1. 2. i). Manager (3): Volley Ball (1. 2); W.A. A. Council (1. _ ' . 3): YAV.C.A. (1.2.3): Soph- iinKire Eagles Society. Florence Iua Kamixsky Bangor Home Economics l-jiiTii Cahoi.yn Kk.nnari) " E " +.M Bangor Bangor High .ScIukiI l nglis ' .i I.c Cercle Kran ;ais. Mildred pRAVrEs Johnson " I- ' ran. " XSJ I.a Tuque, Quebec I.a Tu |uc High Schcxjl Econr)mics Hockey (1 ) : Basketball ( 1. 3) ; ' olky Ball (I. 2): V.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3): Y.W.C.A. Frosh Cab- inet ' icc-Pres. (1 ) : V..- .. . Treas. (2); Sophomore l-lagles; House Pres. ( 1 ) ; Women ' s Stu- dent (jovernment (1): M.O.C. (3): r.aseball (1». EfOEXE .Xdelbkrt Jordan " Gene. " AT!. ' Lisl«)n Lisbon High School Economics Indoor Track (I): Outdoor Track ( 1 ) ; Spanish Club ( 1 ) ; C.llege 4-H Club (1. 3l. Arnold Kaplan " . rnie. " " Si. " TE Roxbury, Mass. Boston Latin School Economics Ciimfiis Board (1. 2) : Intercol- legiate Debating Team ( I, 2. 3) : Post Prandial Club (2. 3); Deutscher ' erein (2. 3) ; Debat- ing Society (1. 2). Treasurer (3) ; Student Senate (2). Kenneth Jordan Kimiiali. " Ken. " yi ' S Camden Camden High School I!oston University Chemical Fjigineering 2nd Lieutenant R.O.T.C. (3). ■,rnl -Thrrc JUNIORS Franxes Silsby Knioiit " Frannie, " Xn Derby Lassell Seminary Home Economics Home Ec Club (2. 3); M.O.C. (2); A.M.W.P. (1). Lloyu Albert Koonz BK Augusta Cony High Schtiol Pre-Mcdical Junior Prom Committee (3). Charlotte Marcuerite Eaciiance AOn Biddefonl Biddeford High School Freiuli Hockey Team (1); Masiiue (E 2, 3) ; Beta Pi Theta (E 2, 3), President (2) ; Ee Cercle Fran- gais (3) ; Panhellenic Delegate (3). Philip Everett Eamb Gardiner History Pait. Irvtn(; Knkmit •P.E. " +MA South Eliot I ' liul High School Chemical Engineering Don Ai.n Eoi VEi.i. KvER Bangor Zoology John Robert Eakin " Hob. " " I ' MA e v Harbor Bristol High School Gould Academy Electrical Engineering Track ( 1. 2. 3) : Pale Blue Key ; A.I.l ' .E. (2. 3). Robert Iuiwin Eane ■l ' ,.,b. ' ' I ' lU So. Portland So. Portland High School .Mechanical Engineering Boxing Team (1). 7 _ - a-f JUNIORS Ray MONO Bennett Larco.m " Ray. " Ki: Farniington l- " arinin};ti)n High School Dairy Husl)aii lry Footliall (1. 2): WrcstliiiK (1. . ' ): ARricultiiral Cluli: Hasehall (1). Doris Evelyn Lawrence " Dot, " nB+ Arrowsic Morse High School Mathematics Track (1 : YAV.C.A. ( 1 ) : Neai Mathctai; Beta Pi Theta; Sigma Delta Zeta; A.MAV. Pageant (2) ; Hockey (3) : N ' arsity Hock- ey Team ( 3 ) . Louis Charles LeSiecr " Charlie " Biddclord San ford High School Georgetown L ' niversity Pre-Medical French Club (3). Roberta Anne Lewis " Bobby, " AAA Newport Xcwport High School Knglish Freshman Staff (1 ) : X ' olley Ball (1, 2): Soccer (i) : A.MAV. Pageant ( J) : Chorus ( 1 ) ; W.S. G.. . Council. Harold O ' Roak Lakkabee " Beepo, " SX Dover-Foxcroft Cony High School Klcctrical Engineering i-.K.tlall (1) ; Band (l. 2). Roy Ibra L.vwrence K1 .Arrowsic Morse High School Electrical Engineering Rifle Team (2, 3), Samuel Levy Calais Economics RiTH Martha Libby 1IH• Caribou Home Economics Sophomore Eagles ; Sister Coun- cil ; .Ml Maine Women; Fresh- man Board ; Campus Board, .News Editor (3) ; Freshman Handbook; Sigma Mu Sigma; Commencement Pageant. JUNIORS XfiRiAM West Linscott " Mini, " nu l ' Milton. Mass. W ' dixlward Instilntf (lerinan Treasurer, l- ' rcsliinan " Y " Cabi- net : M.O.C. ( 1 ) ; .Sister Omiicil ; Secretary, W.S.Ci. A. )■. Man- aRer Tennis (. ). Kmf.rv Stan-i.ey I.iTTi.Krir.i.n. .In. •Stan. " i:AK Alfred Alfred flifjli School Civil l- ' .n.uinecriiif; Cross Country ( 1 1 : Track ( 1 ). H. noi.i) N ' atii. n Lord, Jr. " Fat. " AXA Westhrook Westlirook IliKli School I ' xononiics Chairman Junior Prom; Sopho- more Ho]) Conuiiittce ; I ' liothall (1,2,.?). Carolyn Frances Lotiikop " Carol, " AAS .• uliurii. K Cranston High School Keuka College Kn ;li h I ' .UU AKIi l.lTTt.EFIEI.II " h.d. " ATA Springvale .Sanford High School .Agricultural Kconoinics Track Club (_ ' ) : Pale Blue Key (.1) ; r..iMd I 1. 2). Sidney Lincoln Look " Sid. " -AH Joncshoro Jonesboro High School Washington State Normal Civil Kngincering Kille Team (1, 2): Civil Club; Jnd Lieutenant R.O.T.C. ; Trus- tee .Scholarshii). RollERT DotT.I.AS LORU " l?ob " Ipswich. Mass. Maiinini; lli.t;h School h ' orestry MiKi.K Milton M acI ' .kuik ■Milt. " ' MIK Kaslon I ' .aston IliKli School Kicker Classical Institute F ' arm Managenienl llasketball I 1 ), Capt. tl ) ; ar- sity i ' ootball (2. 3); N ' arsity Masehall (2. 3) : Freshman l- " iHit- ball. Baseball; Pres. Sophomore Owls (2) ; President. Class (2) ; IM.A.A.; Athletic Board !.?»; ice- Pres. . thletic .- ssn. (.?) ; Junior Marshal; Alpha Zeta ; In- tramural Basketball (2, 3). 7Z_ i. a-r JUNIORS DllSMIl |- " .|l AKII MiCaNN Kast Milliiiockil Mechanical Engineerin.u PaI I. JdSKril McUoNNELI. •Mac. " ' MA Fitdiburg. M;i». ll.ily.ikc HiRh School (irovcton High School Economics I.M.A.A. (I) : President Class (I): Manager Football (,?»: P.aseball ( 1 ) : Pale Blue Key (3): Post Prandial (3): " M " Club (3). ASXIE ESTELLE MacLeLLAN " Mac " or " Macie. " Aon Weeks Mills Krskine Academy German All Maine Hockey (3): Hockey (1. 2. 3) : All Maine Basketball (1. _ ' . i): N ' olley Ball (1) : Soc- cer (2) : W.A.A. Council (2.3): ice- President. W.A.A. (3); Class Leader (2) : Sophomore Eagles: Sister Council: I)er Deutsche X ' erein Club. Cl.lKKlKli SiiEim Maxsfieli) " Cliff. " MA I.ynnfield. Mass. Wakefield High School Civil Engineering I KANK I.KSI.IK MlCol.l.l M " Nebcl " Joiicsport .InnesiKirt High School Chemistry Tr.i k 111: Band (1, 2, 3). josKi ' ii Earl McEaciiek.v " .|r e. " i;AE Greenville Jet. Ilel)ron . cademy Civil Engineering Enotball (1. 3»: Track (1): Civil Chili: Winter Sports (2); B. iid (!._ ' ): Baseball ( iVl llouAKi) Pickering Mallett ' MIK Lee I.ec . cadeniy Civil Engineering I ' rcshman Kitle Team; Varsity Ride Team (i). Manager (2); Civil Club. KiciiAKii Herman Mansir " Dick. " i:AK Augusta Cony High School Chemical Engineering Rifle Team ( 1) ; Alpha Chi Sig- ma (3). _ 7 r ±_ J Jr. --i 1 h I A n JUNIORS J VMF.S WOODROW MaRCILI-E " Woody, " AXA Bidik-fonl Biddeford High School Chemical Engineering Stephen Samuel Marshall. Jr. " Steve. " 2N Batli Morse High School Civil Engineering Football (1.2. 3) ; Baseball (1.2. 3) ; Track (Christmas Handicap) (2) ; Basketball (1) ; 2nd Lieu- tenant R.O.T.C. ; Scabbard and Blade; Vice-Pres. Civil Club; Student Senate; I.M.A.A. Bas- ketball (2. 3). Wilfrid Gordon Matheson " Mattie, " .MA Portland Gould Academy Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E. Angelo Gvv Minu ' tti Xorth Berwick North Berwick High Scliocil Electrical I ' jigineering " Ki. White Marsh " Swampy. " " PK- Scarsdale. X. Y. Scarsdale High School Entomology (riiss Country (1. 2. 3); Track ( 1. 2. 3 ) ; Relay (2,3): Forestry Club (1. 2) ; Phi Sigma (3); Outing Club (3). Saka Mki.t .er Auburn Home Economics DriiiKv Spfkrv Merrill •Dud. " ' M :i Bronxville. . Y. I ' nivcrsity High School. Oak- land. Calif. . u . U ico .Military ln titutc Economics Am II IK (iROVKR MiNTZ " Art. " TIM Dordicstcr. Mass. r..i t(in Latin Sclmol Economics resiling ( 1. 3) : Tennis ( 1. 2) ; Track (2) ; Iiuramural . .. . (3). JUNIORS Cl.lKKORIl I.AMI ' KKV MOIR Klint Psychi)log Fk.wcis Goodwin Morono •Kraiik. " i:AK So. Portland Manning High School Civil Engineering M.C.A. (1»; Vrcshman ilami- hook : Banquet Committee { 1 ) : Cross Country (1. 2. 3) : Track (1. 2. 3); Maine Masque (1. 2. 3); Track Cluh Vice-President: I ' alc Blue Key President ; Stu- dent Senate ( 3 ) ; Scahhard and Blade (2. 3) ; " M " Club; Civil dull. W.RNoN Chase Morrison " Bud " Bangor Electrical Engineering Rifle Club (1, 2). Charles Bruce Mover ■MA Hebron Academy Football (2). Caribou History Rov Howard Monroe " Mun. " SX Milo Milo High School Chemistry Asst. Mgr. Relay (1) ; Asst. Mgr. Track (1) : Asst. Mgr. Basketball (2) ; Band (1. 2. 3) ; Alpha Chi Sigma; Delta Pi Kap- pa; Executive Committee (1). .oris Henry Morrison " Louis. " BK Bangor Electrical Engineering Ritle Club (1, 2). Stiart Holt Mosher " Stu. " Z V. Orono Orono High School Economics l rcshman Handbook (1) ; Maine Kcviciv (1): Business Mgr. Prism (3) ; Campus Staff (2) ; Masque (2. 3) ; Kappa Gamma Phi. RollKRKK l-:i)WARU MuLLANEY, JR. " Rod, " Kl Bangor Zoology Track (1. 2, 3) ; " M " Club. Sifenly-Sini- JUNIORS DoNAI.I) JoSKI ' lI MlRI ' IlV " Muriili. " OX Bangor I ' .irliii. . . II. IHkIi School lu ' oiioniics Spanish Cliili ( 1 ) : Tennis Clnh (1) : Football (i) ; Junior Prom Committee. Ai.niVKRMK Isaac Xokton •I ' Ki: Dark llarlior Mfclianical •.nj.;mccrnri Kdwaki) Wii.i.iam C ' armki. o ' c ' onnkll .North liridiiton llistorv IkA JoSKl ' ll Pa( KAUIl lid fast Dairy Ilushaiulry I ' UANK Wll.l.lA.M MVKKS •l-ranky. " ATA Old Town Old Town High School History and (joverninvnt h ' rcsliman Fiaskethall ; Kappa Phi Kappa ; Hand ( 1 ) ; Spanish Club ( I ). WksLKV Sl " AlI.l)IN(i NoKTO.N " W ' ess. " ATP Strong Strong High School Dairy Husbandry llivk Clnh 1 1.Z3) ; Dairy Stock .Indiiin ' ; Ti-ain ( 3). i(Tiii R Hk(h)ks Otis A. . Hridgton ZiK)logy ristliiij; ( 1. 2). I.U.No. I.ORl.M, I ' aiKARD " Pack. " ATA Warren Warren High School Civil Kngineering Scalibar.l and HIade (3): _ ' nd lieutenant K.O.T.C. (3) : Civil Club (3) : . I.C.. . Cabinet (1. 3). I TL . ' a-r JUNIORS w CKlHRtlW KVANS Page ■PaKic. " ATA East C. riiitli ICast Corintli A L-adcniy Civil KiiRinc IT.IVi JikI Lieutenant R.O.T.C. (3); Civil Club {3): M.O.C. (3) 1 » I.OllS RlKllKLKAl- PaRRDTT " Polly. " K Plandonic. X. V. Maiihassct High Sclnxil Agricultural Kc(iniimii l-orcstry Cluh (I. 2) : Heck Cliil •?): Track (1): Maine Outins; C ' .ul) (3); Winter Spirts (3). Omar Chase Pease Kl Xo. Xew Portland Central High School Forestry IJoNAi-K Lincoln Pedkrsen " Pete. " i:X Peaks Island Portland High School Mechanical Enginccrin;; Tau Beta Pi (3) : Math Cluh t3): A.S.M.E. (3). W ' ooiiRow Lenox Pai.mkr " Penny. " i:X Herlin. X. H. I ' erlin High School h ' orestry Pale lUuc Key (3); i ' orestry Club: Winter Sports (1. 3): Asst. . Igr. Track {2): Hand .Mii.ipki:ii (ii.Aiivs Paii. Hangor Home Kcnnoniics I ' livi.i.is Catiikine Peavev Bangor Home I ' Adn imics Pmi.IP (iREENI.AW Pe.NIIEU, " Sully. " i;X Caribou Caribou High School Knglish I ' rcshman Board ( 1 ) : hrcsltiiian ilttndbook ( 1 ) : Caiitf iis Board, Xews Editor (2) : Managing Ed- itor (3): Kappa Ciamnia Phi: l- " ditor-in-Chief Prism: Liberal Club (2); Tennis (2); Band (2). JUNIORS R.M.IMl I.lNUllOll PkUKINS, Jk. Haiigiir Mccliaiiical KngiiKcriiiK DONAM) Gl-11)I)KN Pof I.F. " Don. " i;X ' inalhavt ' ii V ' inalhaven l tiU School Kconomics Spaiiish Clul) (ll; Chorus (2. 3 I : liiniMr ' ccl L ' cpniitiittcc. Wll.l.IS (JHOVKH PliATT " Bill " Ilimkk ' V (i.iod Will lli«h School Civil liiiKiiiecring Uilk- Team ( 1 ) ; Civil Club i. ). KTIIF.r. I ' J.l AHKTII I ' HKi.VIOKK " lU ' lty " HaUlwiiivillc. Mass. St. .Margaret ' s High School Bradford Junior CollcRc Home I ' Aoiiomic Cl ' RTIS Bl-OOl) Pl.r.M.MKR " Curt. " AK .Mfrcd Hehron . cadcniy Electrical KnpinccriiiK . .1.E.E. W ' arren Thompson Pratt " Muscles. " AXA Westbrook Westhrook Hif-h .School Kconomics .Spanish Club (1); Sophomore Pipe Comni. (2) ; .Asst. Business Manager. Prism (3). Chaklks Dakils Prksskv " Cy, " Ki; Bangor Bangor High SchiRil Civil Knginecring Rifle Team ( 1) : Band (1. 2. 3) ; Delta Pi Kappa; Civil Club (3). Wll.llKRT I.ITIKX ProNOVOST. Jr. " Prony. " AT!. ' Watcrtown. Conn. alcrtown High School .Maine Mas(|uc (1. 2. 3). Stage .Manager (3) : Kappa Gamma Phi ; Sigma Delta Zeta, President (.il : ( iiiM ' K.t Board (2. 3) ; Track (1. 2. 3); Cross Country (3); Relay (2. 3); 1935 I ' rism Board, Sports Editor. JUNIORS P.m ;e Rrri.ER Rank " Fcets, " HX I.isSoii I.ist iin High Schix l Forestry Track ( 1 ) : Intramural Bi)wling (I. _ ' . 3) : Baseball (1. _ ' ). XOR.MAX JlI.IAN RAWniNr. " Xorni. " i:X Harmony Harmony High Schot l Civil Engineering Civil Club Treas. JixE WiM.iA.Ms Rf.es ■■Junie. " X!. ' Ordim Higgins Classical Institute Knglish Daviii Kr( II Bangor Zoology I ' .i.MKK W ' lKiiiinRv Kandai.l, Jr. " .W " VVcstbrook Westbrook High School Klectrical Knginecring l- ' rcshnian Cross Country: Cross Country . sst. Mgr. ( 1. 2) : Mgr. ( 3 ) ; Pale Blue Key. .Stephen Lovei.l Read " Steve. " AXA Belfast Gloucester High School (ilouccster, Mass. .Xgronomy . gricultural Club (1. 2, 3). .Sa.mi Ki, Hii.i, Reese ■ ' Sam. " AT ' .J Wilmington. Del. Wilmington High School Hebron . cadcniy Forestry l- ' rcshmaii Football. Captain ; 1 ' reshniaii Track Team ; Sopho- more Owls; I.. l.. .. .; Student Council: Interlratcrnity Council; X ' arsity Football (2, 3); Wrest- ling Champ. (Heavyweight) 1932: Wrestling Coach, 1933-34; I ' orestrv Club. . rtiiir Herbert Wiieaton " .Art. " ATSi No. Kennebunkimrt Bacteriology JUNIORS Wai.tkr Ai.i.kn KiniAHnsoN. Ju. " Kichie, " -AK Lancaster, Mass. Xorwiih Fri ' i- Academy .Mechanical Knginecrin: lio.xinf; ( I ) : K.iothall (i) : Jun- ior Week. Cl-.WTON .M AKSFI All. K(llil:KTS(l. " IJeke. " ' hIA Carilxm Caribou High .Scliool Prc-.Mcclical Football ( I ) ; Track ( 1 ) ; Track Club. John Ai.mkkt Koss On .nil Chi-iniral Hnginccring I ' im.iE ' . i.ovsiis Rya.v " I ' hil, " I ' K Hucksporl Ottawa Collegiate Institute Ottawa. Ontario Mathematics I ' .asketball ( 1 ) ; [• " .xccutive Com- niittei- (J): Mathematics Clul). -fciNDA Elizabeth Riplev •Rip. " AOII South Paris South Paris High School Sociology .Maine Masque ( i. 3). Sec. (3); Sigma Mu Sigma (3); Sister Council (3) : Y.W.C.A. (2. 3) ; Cabinet (3) ; Prism. .Asst. Busi- ness Mgr. (iw KNDOI.V.V (JIN.N KlUIIK " Gwen. " JAA Portland Portland High School Psychology . ..M,W. Pageant (1): Chorus (1 ) ; Spanish Club ( 1 ) : Y.W. C.A. (3); M.O.C. (3). Ei.i.A Mav Kox k " Mae. " AAA liar Harbor liar 1 larliipr 1 ligli School I ' Vench Hockey I 1. _ ' . 3); IJa.sketball (1. _ ' . 3) : iilley Hall (1. 2) ; Base- ball (1): . .M. V. Pageant (1. - ' ); Kaglcs (2); Sister Council (2); W.S.C.A. (2): W.A.A. Council (3); I ' anhellenic Coun- cil (3) : Class Leader (3) : All Maine Hockey (3); Soccer (2). JOIIM Sti ' akt Sahin " Stu. " " I ' TA Putnam. Conn. Putnam High School Forestry Football (1): Forestry Club (1. 2. 3) ; Phi Sigma (3). i JUNIORS Jamf.!; Wii.sciN Sanborn ••Jim. " HHII Gnrliani Niirway Hisli Sihuol (iciu-ral l- ' iigiiu-c-riii!; Ilaschnll (1, - ' ». Harry Clayton Sainiif.rs. Jr. •M ' A New York. N " . V. I ' .nm vii-k Higli Sc1iih 1 Mathematics Cross Coimtry (1. . ) : Track (1, i) : Indoor Track ( 1. 2. . ) : Re- lay (.?!: Reporter, rri-shinoii (1 : Keixirter ( iioi ' ii.t ) : " M " Cliil) (, ). Dorothy Loiisf. Sawyf.r ••Ilotty. " AOII Jonesport Joiiesport High Schix)l English Archery (1 ) ; Raskethall ( 1 ) ; I-:i Circulo Kspanol (1. 2. 3) : Outing Chih (3): Y.W.C.A. (3) ; Ritlcry (3) : A.MAV. Pag- eant (2l: Maine Mas(|iie (3t. RlTII Kl.l ABF.Tri .Sihkti.eff " llette. " AO tI Portland Deering High .ScIukjI W ' heaton College Hume Kconomics Rifle Team I 2. 3 ) ; Home Eco- nomics Cliih (3). Mairhk I-kf. Sanborn " Smoky. " -I-MA Uellast Crosby High School Agricultural Economics llaseliall (1. 2, 3); Intramural thlctic . AsiiriiN Parkkr Sawyf.r ■Hmk. " ' ' MS Portland 1 Ii-bron . cademy Civil Engineering Track (1); Cross Country (2. 3 ) ; 2nd Lieutenant R.O.T.C. ( 3) : Boxing (2). l Tin K I ' .ROWNINl, SllKRRY. Jr. •■. rt. " ' I ' Ki; Portland l)efrin:» High School Chemical Engineering I.1CK El.IZABRTII SiSCO " . . " A(»I[ Portland Deering High ScIkkiI English Drama All Maine Women Pageant (1. 2): Maine .Masque; Women ' s Student (iovernment (3). .;.,;,,,•,; JUNIORS Joll I ' ' llSTKl Sm.M.I. Onmo Dairv Hiishaiidrv Gl.F.N ' DON ArTIHR Soil.F " Red, " BK Frifp.irt Fn-cimrt HIkIi ScIujoI Pulp and I ' apcr Tennis (1. _ ' ..?) ; Wrestling ( 1, 2. 3) ; Fencing ( 1 ) ; Junior Varsity (2); Outing Clul) (3) ; Alpha Clii Sigma (2, 3). Kenrick Anderson Si ' arrow " Chipper, " AXA South Orleans, Mass. Orleans High School Civil Engineering Chorus (1. 2, 3) ; Fencing (2| ; Song Book Committee (3) ; Civil Club (3) ; Orchestra (2, 3) : Uuartct (2, 3); Oratorical Con- test (3). I.AWRKNlE Svl.VESTER SlAl ' I.KS " Larry " Hangor ClTIU.lll Orchestra ( 1 ). Wendali, Temple Smart " Jimmy. " BHIl Rangor Worcester Academy Kconomics F.iiWARii Lewis Spalding " Kd, " KS Xewburyport, Mass. .Vcwburyport High School Forestrv Rash. George Staples ATP F.liof Eliot High School .Agricultural Chemistry Alpha Zeta; Heck Club (1, 1. 3) : College 4-H Club (1. 2. 3 1. EiiwARii Stetson " Stel, " -I ' llK Portland Deering High SchiK)l Horticulture Junior arsily (3) ; Boxing (1) ; Track (2). I i.ihlvSiv JUNIORS JoSKI ' lI AVF-R Stevkxs " .li f, " +Ki; I.iiiioln (iiiuUI AcafU ' iiiy Civil F ' jiginct ' rini; Trark (1. 2. 3) RicHARii St. Ci_mr .St(iiii)arii •Dick. " BK Rockland KiiL-kland High School Economics Band (!._ ' ): Track (1, 2) : Pale Blue Key (3 : Fencing (1). Ralph Donald Stone " Stoney, " AXA Gardiner fiardiner High School Civil Engineering Baseball (1. 2); Captain (1) Freshman Baseball : Sophomore Owls: I.M.A.A. (2. 3). Treas- urer (3). Artihr Perrv Stibbs Orono Chemical Engineering DoNAMi Mf.rwvn Stkvvart i;X New Haven, Conn. Hillhonse High School English .Manager .Men ' s Debating {2, i) ; Contributors ' Club (3); M.C..A. Cabinet (1. 2); Post Prandial Club (3) ; l-reshiiian Staff ( 1 ) ; Campus Board (2): Maine Kc - I ' lVci ' Editor (1.2); Prism Board (3). Flora Elizabeth Stone •Flo. " IIB Fort Fairfield I ' ort Fairfield High School . roostook State N ' ormal School Home Economics Home Economics Club (3); Class Hockey i.2. i) : All Maine Hockey (3): Class Basketball (2. 3) : .Ml -Maine Basketball (2): Captain Class Basketball (2. 3). Margaret Deering Strout •Midge. " AAA Bogota. N. J. Bogota High School Home Economics S ' udent Government (1, 2. 3); X ' l.lley Ball (1) ; Chorus (1. 3) : V.W.C.A. Project (2): Home Economics Club (3). Kf.xxetii Prince Si ' llivan ■H ' A Freeport Mechanical F ' ngineering JUNIORS GrIDI.F.Y WKATllF.RnF.F. TaRBFI.I. ■■(;ri(l. " lift 1 1 BaiiKor CulviT Military Acatleiiiy Pre- Medical I ' rosh Track ( I ) ; ' arsity Track (2, 3) : iiid Lieutenant R.O.T.C. : liaiul ( 1 ). I.AWHKNCF. Morton Tf.bbf.ts " Larry. " HK Durham Kdward Little Higli Scliodl M echanical L ' njjineerini " Raymond Bur(;f.ss Thornf. " Kay. " . T ' . St. All)ans Ilartl. ' ind Academy M eclianical LaiKineerin.u Cross Country ( 1 ) Clayton Osiiornk Totman " Tot. " i:X (Jrccnfield. Mass. (ireenfield 1 k .School I ' lireslry LVosh L ' oi thall ; ' arsity LDnl- hall (L 2. 3) : Indoor Track I 1, . ' . . ) ; ()utd(.or Track ( L 2, 3 ) ; 2it(l Lieutenant K.O.T.C. ; Fores- try Chil. (L 2. .1). ( )si AK . looRKs Taylor " Taylor, " ' PVA Ruml ' ord .Stephens High School .Mechanical luisineerinK RoHKRT A nRK TllO.MPSON IX West Knfield Chemical Knginecring Kith Joskpiiink Todd " Toddie, " 11 B Caribou Carilii u Ilisjh School 1 lonie Kcouomics Ih.ckey I 1. 2) : Haskcthall (1, 2) : NnlKy I ' .all (1. 2) : M.O.C. I 1 ) : l-n-shiiuin Staff; Y.W.C.A. I 1. 2) : Orchestra (1, ) ; ' icc- Hresident V.S.(i.. . (3): Class L ' xecntiYe Coniinittcc (2. 3) ; Treasurer Halentine (2). I n ARI KS I ' .IK.AR Tow IK ■C harlie. " -MIK I ' ort l- ' airlieUI I ' .Mt I ' .iirlielil lliuli School Mathematics taplain Haskethall ( 1 ; l- " ootl.all (1. .!» : B..xinK (2. .?) ; Math (.hili; Track (2. 3); Sophomore ( ) vls. I jLJi a-F nVL liiiililv-liihl JUNIORS ' |R: ' .INIA K1.I ABFTII ThIN-UY " (iin. " AOII Sfarspiirt Scarsport High Sdmol Psycholoriy liaskotliall (1. 2): M.O.C. ( .? ) ; Y.W.C.A. (!._ ' ..?). RcllKHT I ' kaNK TlHNKK ' eazic Mechanical Engineering Rali ' ii I. kith Waiilekji Old Town Electrical Engineering WaRKKX I.ITTI.KKlKr.l) Wai.kf.r " Mickey. " ' tKi; Kcnndnmk Kcnnclmnk High School Mechanical Enginccrin; F.Hrthall ( 1. 2) : llaskcthall (1 ) : Hasehall { . 2). Max Eiaix Tirnkk ' Mac. " AW . ugusta Cony High School Horticnltiirc ' ricu]tiiral ( ' liil (I. 2. )■. Alpha Zcla (2, .?!. sKF Samson N ' inai, Warren Chemical luigiiiccring Jean Grant Walkkr AAA Millinocket Stearns High School English Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (1. 2. 3) ; Frcs. Freshman Cabinet ( 1) : Sophomore Eagles (2); Sister Council (3); Student Govern- ment (2. 3 ) : . cting President 3). Ka( 111:1 Katiikrink Wai.i.acf. Orono Home Economics :ii ih ' -.V(iic JUNIORS RissF.i.i. Arciikr W.m.ton ••Rusty, " AT WcUesley, Mass. Wcllesley High School Rcoiioniics Football (1 ) ; Baseball I 1. _ ' ) : " W " Chil) (3): Sophdinorf Owls: Chairman Sophoiiiuri- Hop; Si)aiii h Club. Cv.NTiii. Hki.kn as(;. tt " Cyn, " X Rockland Rockland High School Zoology Women ' s Student (jovernnient (2); Cuiit ' us Reporter (2); Women ' s News Editor (.5); V. W.C.A. Cabinet (3); Dcr Deutsche ' erein (2. 3) ; Sigma Mu Sigma ( _ ' . 3): ice-Prcsi- dent (3); I ' rism I ' uard: Wom- en ' s Forum (3) ; Society I- ' ditor (2) : Class Hockey (2) : M.O. C. (3); Circulation. Maine A ' r- nVti ' (3). Ck. i(, J. . if.so.v ' ki.( II ■I ' llK MadiM.n .Madison Higli School Mechanical Engineering Bo.xing (1): Rifle Team (1. 2, 3) ; .Adv. Military. Prkston Ci.. kkn k Wiihakiu liangor Dairy Technology IJf.ryl Elis.viif.tii W.xrnf.r Bangor Mathematics St.XXI.KV I-K.VNCIS ' . SING " Stan, " +K Bangor South Side High School. Xewark. X. J. Civil Engineering Civil Club: I ' ale Blue Key; Track (2). . M R. M.VRCARFT WkSOI.OWSK. ■■Whi tle " Shirley. Mass. I ' itchburg High School History ' ,.lky Ball (1. 2. 3) : Basketball (1. 2) : Track (1): .-V.M.W. Pageant (2) ; Chorus; Y.W.C.A. (3). Waitkk . i.frfii Wiiitf. •Wally. " I K Saco ThnrnloM Academy M echanical Engineering l ' .a ketball (1) : .Asst. Mgr. Foot- ball (1.2); Scabbard and Blade; A.S.M.lv; ICxecutive Committee (3). 7Z_ i o-r Xinely JUNIORS Cakl Aimisnx Wimtmax " Whit. " i;X Aiihiirii l-Mward Little High School Mathematics Civil Cluh ( 2. .1 ) ; liasel.all ( 1 i . HkkBKRT TlI.DF.X WlI.BlK. Jr. •Hcrh, " " Baldy. " ::AE Bar Harbor Bar Harbor High Schmil Hebron Academy Pre-Medica] Basketball ( 1 ) ; Sophomore Pipe Committee: Baseball (1). Mii.iiRED Sarah Wili.ard AZ Orono Orono High School Mathematics Hockey (1. 2. 3) : Basketball (1. 2. 3): Soccer (2): Baseball (1. 2 : Volley Ball (1, 2) ; Panhel- lenic Council. F.IXO El)WARI» VVll.SON " Hack. " +1 " Peabody. Mass, St. John ' s Prep Kconomics F.K. tball (3) : Track (3). llol ' K BrADFIiRIi WllIT.MA.S- Illi ' l ' Turner I.eavitt Institute ICnglish Xeai .Mathetai; M.O.C: Sodali- tas l.alina; Contributors ' Club; C ' lmi ' iii lioard. LoiMSF. El.IZABF.TII WlI.IIEI.M " Betty. " X! New Haven. Conn. Hillhouse High School Knglish Student Govt. Council (2, 3) ; Y.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3): Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (1. 3); Sophomore Eagles Treas. ; Sister Council; Debating (2) ; Women ' s Forum Pres. (3) : Deutscher N ' erein (2, 3) ; Contributors ' Club. JOIIX COFFIX WiLLF.Y SX Cherryfield Cherryfield . cadcmy English • ' rr.f n;i(i)i Handbook (1); Cam- fiis Board ( I. 2. 3 ). Feature Edi- tor (3) ; Oratorical Contest (2) ; Maine Mas(|ue (1. 2. 3); Vice- Pres. ( 2 ) . President ( 3 ) : Prism Board (3). RoDF.RT FrF.DERU ' K WlSHART " Bob, " +rA Rumford Stephens High School Pre- Medical Cross Country ( 1. 2. 3) ; Indoor Track (1. 2. 3): Relay (3); Track ( 1, 2, 3) ; Basketball (1) ; Band (1. 2) ; Pale Blue Key Society (3»; " M " Club {2,3). Ninety-On,- JUNIORS Kl.MORK I.ArnKNlK W ' dCIIl " VVoddic, " ' I ' I ' A W ' inslciw Winslow Ili.uli SilK.i.l ( ii ' iUTal I ' .nniiu-cTiiiy liaiu! ( 1. - ' . , ' ). Wll.MAM Svi.VKSTKK Wddll. .1 1(. ••Willit-. " " I ' I ' A Old Orclianl ()](1 Orclianl llinli Sdionl Kcummiics I )iliatin.i; (1); Assl. Manam ' r iMHitliall { 1 1 ; Siiani li t ' hil. ( 1 l. Mari.akkt Rdss VofS ' i; i|)M (aniclin CaiiKkii HihIi Sihiidl lldiiie lu ' oiioniics The l-rcslumm (1); Clinrus (1, 2, 3) ; .Student Govt. (2) ; I ' res. Off-Campus Women (2) : Hume I ' oiiomics Club (2, 3); I ' icn. (.3) ; A.M.W. I ' agcam (2) ; Sis- ter Council (3). Frank Tiif.odorf. W(xin " Ted, " AX A Shelhurne Falls, Mass. . rnis . cadi-my Hconomics Rand ( 1 ) ; Chorus ( 2 ) : Xf asque (3); 2nd l.ieutcnant R.O.T.C; M.C.A. Cal inct (3). I Ru HAHIi POOI.E WoOSTF.R Old Town Knglish Thomas . ckto. Ce. James ]m;an Cook, Ce. .■ r.s-k Sicvari) Mknton, Ed. .Vrtiur . mks Nrciioi.s, Zo. Gf.or(;k Wii I 1 am Mourii.i., I ' y. Gf.OHCK . i MON l- ' AKlRllKiK. P) ' . Davhi ] Iakkki) Rriu.v JoVlK ClIENFY StEVKNS, I ' ll. RollERT PmRCE WlII.AUli. Me. I ' i rlland M..liawk. X. Y. New Sweden Newtonville, Mass. Concord. X. II. Fllswortli lian or ( )rono Maiden. Mass. .Viin7v-7 ' ; ' IN MEMORIAM Emile Joseph Dawson Born Nov. 12, 1910 Died March 1, 19)2 Robert Winfifld Hinckley. Jr. Born Aug. i, 191) Died Dec. 2, 193) m MVROX G. COLLETTE President Class Officers low ARll W. I ' dLKY Vice-President l.misi-; li. Stkkvks Secretary Arthir L. Roberts Treasurer 7L_ i ' I 4 a-f inety-Hix History I " , ul tlic class of 9M W.iw trawlKd far froin the ficsli. rainy Scpttiiiljcr feiJ ' ii ' irnings wlicii we sloshed alonf; campus jiatlis to daily ciia])el in our . ?i . ftij m.w i-iil)l;oi-s and raiucnats tn the sjirint; ' of 19. 4, wlien. tlnT-c sets of exams hehind us. we fondly anticipate the n)eltinj, ' of the snow in front of the lihrary. where it is so hi h that only " Trapjier " C ' aheen can see over the to]). As freshmen, under the ])residency of John Adams, we defeated the so] homores in the Pajama Scraj) one muddy nijjht, and after ])rt)Ionged social punishment at the hands of 1935 finally found mn ' frosli rules removed, . ' oon alur lntrannn " al Hall. whose (|neen was oin ' I ' liil I lamilton. J14 men and ?0 women ere pleilu;ed to ( Ireek letter ortjanizations. Soph hop week, we susi)ended classes at noon on 1 iiurxlay l y the rinjjing of the W ' ingate bell, and made a very etTective attempt to kidna]) the i)resident of 1933. The secretarv of the Skulls rescued him. 1 ut we gave several weird haircuts — an l received some — before the treaty was signed on h ' riday night. .• t the freshman-sophomore han([uet, our formal farewell to Dean ISean. eight girls were pledged to the newly organized Sister Council and eleven to Neai Mathe- tai. At spring elections Beth Schiro was made treasiu ' cr of .S.CI.. . ihree of our memlK ' rs were appointed to the Caiiif us hoard. ' Ibis fall. Hoi) Littlehale brought us honor in the famous Vale-Alaiue football game: he and Dana Sidelinger were awarded varsity letters. The ( )wls, of which Sidelinger is president, subdued 1 ' ' . in the traditional manner, and, fittingly enough, the fro h were defeated in the annual track battle for the removal of freshman rules. Fraternity pledges of 1936 fulfilied strange missions at initiations in the fall, and in January enthusiastically joined in rushing 1937 Greek. Our officers at jiresent are Myron COllette, jjresident : J loward b ' oley. vice-]iresi- dent ; Loui.se Sleeves, secretary : and .Art Roberts, treasurer. W ith the spring come thoughts of Soph Hop that take our attention from the i)rinte(l page as we study in the library on warm evenings. .V.-.i s ss Em r4llj);hjn V I iiptoll 2L . w. ' r A a-f -Wl_ " mcty-Eight Eputn J 11 i n r t_ mrnmrn wm I7= n t 4 m S ' inety-Xinc M f H H w A i T_y7 , 7 _yi o-f BUO ( Hf lliiiiHrfii (hii- ik ik fk c 7 _ _ a-r ' Jri—xi ' lie llumired Tnut One Hundreii Ihriw M Netta S. Briggs Klliott M. Clarke, Jr. Arthur T. Cleaves Frank R. Cowan Kitty Davis Rachel I ' liwlcs Ralph P. IlisRiiis Carroll A. I Ionian Joseph W. Jatkevicius Charles W. l.argay (lorhani II. I .e iMM ' ller William W. Lewis Richard N. Lord John R. Mcl)..nKall Unyal (). Mehann Clyde I ' .. Mills h ' rederick II. .Myers William I ' . Xewman l.iMher A. I ' ane (iordon II. Raymond MarKaretta Warren William (i. Wells Cranville IL Wilcox IVed !■:. Winch, Jr. ( ' lie I hiiidird hinir I.Ksi.iK M. HricniNiJS Presick ' iU Class Officers l.I.OVl) A. I ' rCRMlNSTKR ' icc- President 1 ATHKKIXE C. Bl ' NKF.R Sccrctarv JniiM T. Singer Treasurer " 7 _ i a-f ' ((I- 1 1 iimlri ' d Six History I ' ll ' rKMliKR 13 was a l)riglu and sunny day when little Xellics and Ed- dies tr()n])e l from all sections to join the class of ' 37. Ff)r a week we ruled the campus nieetinjj new |)eo])le, attending receptions, " having our ))ictures took. " and going through the rigmarole of entering college, ' i ' lien. ( u Septeniher 18. the so])homores arrived (the Itane of our existence ). (ireat was the consternation when freshman lioys found that all Cfnumunication with tlie other sex was to he cut off. and many were the hlas])hemies jMuired down on the heads of ihoe iL ' allant sophomores who calmly usur])ed the freshmen ' s rightful |)lace on tlie Map ' es jxirch. It was at this time that we chose the following temporary class officers : president. EJwood Bryant : vice-president. Jack Frost : secretary. Muriel Perkins ; treasurer. John Singer. Then a deep, dark silence spread over the freshman hoys and girls as the camjius hlnssomed forth with green how tics, hlue and white caps, and hlue tains. . call was issued to all those journalistically inclined to appear at a meeting of the Maine Freshman to elect a stafT. After a great deal of juggling around of said staff for various reasons, during which time two editors-in-chief. Warren Tourtellot and Boh Nivison, took the helm. Bill Rowlands was finally chosen as permanent editor-in-chief with Bob Ohler as business manager. All this time the usual hostilities were taking place between the classes of ' 36 and ' 37. The annual frosh-sopli pajama scrap proved a howling success for the fresh- men, although the sopliomores still contend that thev won the free-for-all. .Souvenirs of the fii ' ht. inchidin? several vicious-looking paddles, soon appeared on the walls of every room in the girls ' dorms. By this time the boys were beginning to miss the companv of the fair sex and tried to remedv it. The Owls swung into action and various fancv haircuts appeared on campus, together with many singers. The soph-frosh track meet brought out a great deal of talent on both sides, Bill Hunnewell. ' 37 ' s st r trackster. doing himself proud. But all his fine work could not prevent the sophomores from winning, and rules continued as before. On No- vember 21. Bill FTunncwell had been proclaimed New England and National Cham- pion f Fre ' hnian " ) Cross Countrv Runner as a result of his spectacular work in a track meet held in Boston. Christmas vacation arrived and with it the glad news that rules were off. Freshman girls discovered that " those fimny-looking fellows " sitting next tn them in class were really nicer than many of the upperclassmen. and frosh bovs kept the telephones buzzing in all the girls ' dorms. So far our story has been much like that of all other freshman classes, but, when the frosh meet the soplis in the annual controversy, watch our dust ! One Ihmdrfd . n ' fti EmiM U M a-F -Wl_ lliimlrcd r.iijht Mk oriR 13 0 i ' F F n T5_7t. On.- I!,„ .h.;l V. LJi _. ( ' » • lliiiitlriul ' iin u JL i JR Ji_J_A_m_ " ■■• " •■•• ' ■,-rf E nen G. W. litllrlkdti J M.fpt.» XA :. 7 _ _ J- " III- HtiiyJ OO H rLu r r r f fL ZJ Jl JL. H HB XJ7„ -t- ' if Hundred I ' ourlccn B El El r » J.- 1 1 1 ,..,r. Henry J. Aliberti Charles M. Bartlctt John F. Bennett, Jr. Francis V. Boyle John A. Brimmer Getjrge H. Bryne Franklin M. Rurke Paul W. Burke Mclvin V. Chamberlain Ann I.. Clarke John Clishani William T. Conley Margaret E. Crouse Thomas J. A. Crozicr William X. Curran Everett E. DeMeycr Lewis M. Dodge Thurber D. Durost Icrome A. Emerson Ebbcn H. Finncmore Leonard H. Ford. Jr. Albert Gass Sewall J. Ginsberg . ndrew H. Goodoff John J. Grady Merrian ' . Hayson Carl G. Hevel Robert F. Hodgkins John F. Hoop:r X ' aughn E. Hurd Darrel F. Jordan William T. Kinney Flora H. Lutz Donald E. McCrcady Robert E. McKusick Rol)ert J. Macl.aren Everett B. Mack Ronald L Mayo Richard .A. Pfuntner Willis R. Phair David P. Pierce Leonard B. Plourde George W. Prout Richard E. Recchia Gordon C. Seavey Winslow B. Smith Karl E. SiKviner .■ rthur L. Thayer, Jr. Dana Thompson Leonard A. Thomsen George B. Weatherbee, Jr. Ralph E. Wentworth Wenona .A. White Raymond S. Willctt .Audrey X. WiKKlard Barbara J. Young ; In.- ..((.■ Er t r 1 . s: : ill - . VA-v,- • ' fi- - QjlljJJJlJLZJllLD tlA . onorary Societies Prof. Peterson Tiioini Prof. Elli Uurton ri..i. Willara Prof. Hudtlilston Dean Han Waleiita Dciin I I.. Snider Phi Beta Kappa Pill ' .E ' . KAI ' I ' A. the (ildest Creek letter fraternity in Jie I ' liited States, was founded at William and Mary in ' iri,nnia in 1776. After tlie Kevoln- tiim. charters were t ranteil ici I larxard and N ale. ( ira(hiall ' its nuniliers lia e increased until it is now re])resented in some hundred and twenty carefully chosen institutions. The I ' niversitv of Maine chapter was estahlished in 1 )2.?. The soci- ety elects seniors ami juniors from the (dllei e of Arts and .Sciences on the hasis of excellence in scholarship, character, and ijeneral promise. .Mnmni and honorary niemhers are chosen for distinguished work in some s])ecial tield. )i ' l ' KI-:RS President Professor lolni II. Ihuldilston Vice-President Professor Milton I ' .llis .Secretary- Treasurer Mrs. .Mhert M. I urni ' r . leniher ol l ' " . eculi ' e (dmniillee Professoi l o . l. Peterson mi-:mp1 ' :r.s Kva M. Bisbee Ruth !• " .. Lord .Xhraham Stern Ruth C. HardinR Dorolhy F-. Romero Williaui L. Thompson Norman M. Jackson . ' Vbraham R. Rosen Martha I. Tuomi Rita E. Lancto Rutli S. Walenta 7 _ i. a-f -Wl— Ihiiiiliiil l.iijItUin Knight Rich Parsons ;i ' l Watson hulkins Alpha Zeta ALPHA ZETA. ;i national iKinnrarv agricultural fraternity, wa.s fnun(K-(l Xo- vi-nilier 4. 1897. at Ohio State University. Tiie Maine C liapter was installed Mav 10. 1936. l- orty universities now have chapters. The men chosen for menihershi]) are those of recos nizeil lii,i, ' h standin,:, ' and jjnod scholarshi]) who ijive iironiise of beconiin, agricultural leaders. (Iraduates who have shown marked al)ility along lines of agricultural leadership or research are eligible to assoc iate menihershi]). .Students must complete three semesters in the College of . gricu lure to he eligible for election. OFFKl ' .KS President Lewis .M. 1 lardison Vice-President Wesley I ' . Jndkins Secretary Wayne S. Rich Treasurer ndrew Iv Watson Chronicler I ' ' " 1 ' P - ' ' " " sons MKMF.l ' lKS .Mian Corbett M.irris Jmlil Chester Smith R(,l)crt Cram Wesley Judkiiis Hasil Stai)les Jolin Dean Howard Kiii;;ht Malc.ilm Tilton William Farwell Milton Macl ' .ride Max Turner Cecil Gilbert Wesley Xorton Clarence Wadsworth Lewis Hardison Philil) Parsons Andrew Watson Wavne Rich I ' 111- Umiilri-il i ii-li-rii ( 9 £■ ' Hill I Mn :h. 1 t l.oii -U llnu Week- lurTU-r Lyons .Massam Works l-oril White Iturr Tau Beta Pi T. L ' IWC ' I A I ' l. n. ' itiiiiKil liniiiirary cn , ' iiieeriiig fraternity, lias chapters in sixtv- five leaflint; uiii er.sitii ' and technical scIkkiIs. Since its fonndinf; in 1S85. tlie fraternity has attained a recognized jiosition in the I ' leld nf technological educa- tion ; and niemliershi]). hased on scholarshi]). character, hreadth of interests, and activity, is highly valued. Tlu ' official ])uhlication is " The llent. " Maine . lpha. fiitindc ' d in I ' Ml. is J.sih nn ihe cha]iter roll. At Maine, in additinn to recognizing scholastic attainments, hy elections to nienihership. the chajiter s]) insors the animal technology smoker, awards an annual slide rule scholarship prize, and assists in various general iirojects which come within its scop(. Literary meetings are held within the memi ershi]). and facult memliers take an acti e part in the functions of the chapter. Ol ' T-UI ' .k.S I ' residenl [ ' " rancis J . 1 .ord ' ice- 1 ' resident Alpheus C. Lyon. Jr. Treasurer Koliert . . 1 iill ( ' orres|ionding Secretary K.alpli . 1, Dougherty Recording Secrelary .Xorm.in . Turner MICMIU ' .RS Koliert Ailaiiis Kulii-rl llill Jum ' iiIi Massarn Ivayiiuuul Tlinrne Moyd liiirr I ' ltcT Karak-kas Kicluinl .Mmiro .N ' ornian Turner William Caii(lcr liriiic l.oiiRfollnw Ki-iiiu-tli I ' arsims luKvanl Weoks Ralph DmiKlKTly I ' raiicis Lord Dmiald Pedi-rson W ' illiain Wliilc Wayne Dow Riiliard lull julin I ' dllack (arrull Wurks .■ rniaiicl (iigutre Alpliiiis l.yuii l llinll Rcid Z o- I hi,- liiiP ' i ' . ' i I ■.■ " .■ Dean Clokt- Dran Hart rrol. i.yon L)r. Kllis i ' rot. Urann Dr. Otto Dr. I eter :on l rot. Swift Dean Lutes Mrs. Stewart Prof. Siiniiiuns Snidc-r Prof. Evans Prof. Swectman Dr. Brautlccht Prof. Grcciic I ' rot. Hray Tuonu Prof. Jenness Phi Kappa Phi THE Honor Society of Plii Kai)])a Plii was founded at tlie University of Maine in 1S97. Soon after, the society became national due to interests of tlie jiresi- dents of the University of Maine. Tennessee, and Pennsylvania State College. There are now chapters in nearly fifty colleges and universities, located in all ])arts of the country, one being in the Hawaiian Islands. Phi Kappa Phi was established along broader lines than any honor society then existing, as it did not discriminate between sex or any particular tleld of study. The present membership of the local chapter consists, necessarily, of faculty members and other residents in the com- numity. -Students elected must rank in the upper fifth of their class. . t Maine r.liout ten jier cent of the graduating class are elected. OFFICERS President C. A. Rrautlecht ' ice- President Marion I). Sweetman Treasurer W. .S. Evans Sccretar} ' P eulah E. C)sgood Corresponding Secretary Iva S. Waring Eva M. Bisbee Kenneth Jones STUDEXT MEMBERS Francis Lord Richard E. Moore John B. Quinn Nfartha Tuonii Ruth S. Walcnta liii- Ihiniiri-il 7;. r)iM ' - ii ' K n g K- K l E i HI] H Desjardins Curran Croxtord Davis liallard Mt-ntnii Guptill Myers Cook Smith Rarrctt Dean Lutes Prof. Jackman Russ Pascarelli Duw Prof. Crawford Downs Kappa Phi Kappa KAPPA PHI KAPPA is a national education fraternity restricted to men who intctid to make teaching their profession. ' l " he object of the fraternity is to ) in mil it I ' the cause of education and to study its principles and prolilems. Meetings are lu-lil twici.- nmnthly at which time a speaker (hscusses some ]ihase of education. The fraternity was fnundcd at Dartmouth in l ' )i2. and has sjiread rajiidly until at the present time tiiere are forty-hve cha])ters in eighteen states. Maine ( lamnia chai)ter. wiiich lias twent -(iiie active members, was established January 15. 1923. OFFICERS President Uumcn I ' " , i ' ascarelli Vice-President W ilbiirx A. Crockett Secretary Ivcii)ert C " . Russ Treasiirer ilmut S. 1 )nw l ' " aciilt SpiiiiMir i ' riifessnr Craw furd .MI ' .MI ' .I ' .KS Dcaii O. S. I.utrs William j. L ' urraii William W. Howard I ' rofcssor I ' " .. Jackman Haruld A. Davis Paul R. I.ansli ' is PniffSMir J. K. Crawfcinl Liinul 1.. Desjardins Anif MiMitoii Di ' lniiiiit !.. Hallanl Wilmut S. Duw l- " rank W. Myers Daniel J. Harrett Walter A. Downs Romeo P. Pascarelli l- " .(lwar(l II. Cook Donald Fogg Robert C. Russ Williury A. Crockett I ' .rnest drant Irving K. Smith Paul M. Crnxli.nl Orville .1. (niptill. Jr. Charles C, .Strallin Kdward M. llildreth I i,,,,,i, .-.I r Roy lance (Jray A.l.in Mull rue Soulc Massaru Beazlcy Alpha Chi Sigma AUMIA cm SIGMA is the largest professional chemical fraternity in the United States. It is widely and favorably known. The University of Maine chapter was founded .-Kpril 20, 1911. The forty-nine active collegiate chapters are located in the leading universities of the country, and there are twenty professional chapters located in the large cities of the country. Since the foimding of the Xi Chapter at the University of Maine, it has done a great deal to stimulate interest in chemistry. .-K plaque is awarded each year to the Junior who has obtained the highest rank in chemistry during his Freshman and Sophomore years. OFFICERS Master Alchemist Ira C. Gray Vice- Master . lcheniist Carl . . Ilriggs Master of Ceremonies Roy H. Monroe Treasurer Ernest M. Cram Recorder .Arthur P. Stubbs Reporter Glendon . . Soule Faculty .-Kdviser Dr. C. . . Brautlecht MEMBERS Robert G. . dams Russe ' .l F. Libby Roy H. Monroe Albert J. Smith William E. Bcazley Richard G. Lull John E. Pearson Glendon . Soule Carl .X. Briggs Richard H. Mansur Frceland Ramsdell .Arthur P. Stubbs Ernest M. Cram Joseph Massaro Herbert M. Roylance William J. White Ira C. Gray Ardon C. Mercier Elliott . . Reid Oiii- Hiiiiilri-il 7riv»i v-7 " irri Lil.by Martin Mm.l ! " mv,, ,- II,|,1,m1, ,-;;itt liui.l.- ; !■ .._ ■ 1 ' Brush Ainlrew.s Kuuktu I luckcU Kii ' lt-y ll;iiu Dr. IJickiiiattii Sigma Mu Sigma SUi.M Ml " SKi.MA i tlu- hdiinrarv iisychnlns ical fratt-rniiy at tin- rniviTsity III ' Maine. It was fouiuk-il at tlu ' L ' iii iTsit - nf Maim- in 1928. It is coni- ])iisf(l of iiistructnrs in ]isycliiilii, ;_ ' and stmlcnis with t ' xcc-ptiiinal inti-ri-st in ])syclu)lngy. It aims tn iirnniiitc knnwlcdiji ' and ap])licalinn nf |isycliiilnL;y liy study ol its ]irinci] !c ' s and ])rnlilcnis. It is inti ' llcctnal ratlicr than sncial. OFFICERS i ' r(. ' si(k ' nt W ' illntrv A. C ' ruckctt Vice- 1 ' resident (yntliia I I. as;, ' atl Si ' CiTlary I .illiaii !• " . W ail Trcasiiri ' i- I .illian !• " . all l ' ' acnll d i-cr Dr. l ' ' d v; ' .r(l X. llriish Ml ' .MlUCRS I )r. I " . X. ! ' .rii-li Kiclianl (lillicrt Durotliy Kuiiioro l)r. I.. II. I ' .rusli Mildred Il;iiicy .Mpliciis Thayer . IadrUne P.imker l lward Ilildrclh Lillian Wall Williiiry Crmki-tt Ruth I.ihhy ICIna Whitney Dr. C. A. Dickinson Miss I.eM ;yel Cynthia WasRatt Kenneth I- ' ostcr I.ueinda Ripley l• ' ll)i e Young Z_A_ r_ i_ f L a-F Oiw llnii lri-it Twnttv-l-i ' iir Fav.jr ' Junin Kossing Junes XI Sigma Pi THE Maine clia])ter nf Xi Sigma Pi. iialiimal honorary forestry fraternity, was founded in 1917 and since that time has continued an active existence on the campus. Tlie fraternity was founded in 1908 at the University of Washington and nationally recognized in 1915. Gamma chajiter at Maine was installed two years after the mother cliapter was organized. The society is open to forestry majors of the upper classes who show a marked l)roficiency in their work in tliis tield. and who are outstanding in scholarship and achievement. OFFICERS President William Rossing ' ice-President Donald E. Favor Secretarv |ohn I . Ouinn Donald E. Favor MEMBERS Kenneth E. Jones John B. Quinn William Rossing Favur Rosen Mull J Quinn Kct-d Jones Phi Sigma PHI SIGAIA. national honorary biological fraternity, was founded at Ohio State University in 1913. Delta chapter at the University of Maine was organized in I ' M , and at the present time there are thirty-two cha])ters scat- tered throuijhout the country. The object of this society is the ad ancenient of research in the biological sciences. All students who have received an honor grade in a certain nunilier of courses in biology are eligible for inenibership. I ' aciilty and honorary nienilierships are also granted. OFFlelCRS President John 1 ' .. (juiini Vice-President Vbrahani IC. Rosen Treasurer Donald K. I ' avor Secrctarv Kenneth E. Jones UoiiaUl II. I5ocmc Robert F. Rucknam Cecil E. Cliff Winifred V. Cusliing .Mice C. Dyer Donald K. Favor Maurice K. fioddard Norman II. Gray Mb:.MiU ' :KS Rutli C. Harding Kenneth E. Jones Joel W. Marsli James R. Morin CieorRe Morrill John H. (Juinn Charles II. Reed .Miraliani 1 . Ro.sen William Rossing John S. Sabine Henjaniin Shapcro I.anrince T. Small Edward 1.. SpaldinR Clarcnie K. Wadsworth .Xndrew I ' .. Watson Feeru Lawrence Brown Desjardins Wheeler Jjlbtrt Beta Pi Theta BI-:TA pi theta. a national honorary French society, was founded in 1926 at Birmingham. Alabama. Members are elected from the students of the three upper classes having a high average in French courses. There are at present thirty-live chapters of Beta Pi Theta throughout the United States. The Tau chap- ter at the University of Maine was granted its chapter in 1928. The aim of the organization is to foster an appreciation of the French language and literature by means of plays of French life and customs. This is furthered by tlie " Xouvelles de Beta Pi Theta " published three times a year. All contributions to the publication must be submitted by the members of the various chapters and must be written in French. OFFICERS President Lionel Desjardins Vice-President .l " " f ■lH ' eler Secretarv Uoris I-awrence Treasurer ' ' r. George B. Fundenhurg MEMBERS Darrell Brown Evelyn Jalbert Frances .Morriscm Lionel Desjardins Charlotte I.achance Dorothy Moynihan Hazel Feero Doris Lawrence .liine Wheeler Jeanne Morneault Copeland Crane I ' rcsscy ilardisun Xcl.il- Lord S. Vuuns Mcntn ' . Voung Delta PI Kappa Dl ' ' .l . ' I ' A I ' l l . I ' I ' A is ;i fratcniitN ' (k ' xnti ' d td llu ' iinil ' icatinii and prniiiutidii (if musical iiitcrcsls at the L ' liiversitv (it ' Maiiit-. As a Cdiicrctc st(. ' i) in this (hrcc- tidii, the sdcicty annually s])nns(jrs Music Xiijht, a cimccrt liv tlu- Cdnihiiied nmsical diihs nf the Cdllc.m ' . Menilicrs are sclecti ' d Idr interest and prominence in musical activities (in the cantpus. Since its fdimdini, ' . most df the i r(iminent musi- cians fr(ini the niak ' student hddy lia e heen associated with Delta I ' i Kai)i)a. 01 ' Fl(.l ' :i S President h ' rancis Lord Vice-President Lewis 1 iardisun Secretary Ralph C ' (ii)elan(l Treasurer Donald N ' elder .mi:.mi!i:rs Carl Baiiiiiann I ' raiicis l.iird Donald N ' cldi-r Kali li Ciipclaiid Anic Mi-ntdii Charles Prcssi ' v W ' illard CraiK- linv Mmiro-j Stanley Yoimu Lewis HardisDii Willis Yinmi; Cla p rri.1. L: Bunker Kappa Delta PI KXI ' TA DELTA PI. a national honorary educational society, was fouiulcd at the University of Illinois in 1911. There arc eighty-nine chapters of this society in teachers ' colleges and institutions where there are schools of educa- tion. Its nienihers are elected from the students who stand in the u])per quarter of their class. Gamma Omicron. the local clopter. was installed February 15. 1932. OFFICERS President (Jrace Clapp ' ice- President Nellie Gale Secretary Clara Owen Treasurer Lydia Wear Faculty Adviser Prof. . va II. Chadhounie MEMBERS Clara Bunker Orville Guptill Clara Owen Grace Clapp Dean O. S. Lutes Hilda Packard Nellie Gale Lydia Wear T _7? L - HuiiJrrJ Tu I I ' endell UcCourcy I ' roiiovost Kappa Gamma Phi KAPPA (jAJNIMA I ' lll i a l(ical liniinrary jininialistic trati ' rnity. Inundcd fur tlu ' ])ur]iiisp of eiiciiiirasing undergraduates to CDniiiete for ] ositions on the l)usiucss and editorial lioards of the various college ]nil)lications, to train them in writing, to conduct secondary school journalistic conferences, and to lend dignity and standing to journalistic endeavor. It was founded in I ' ebruary. PL ' 5, when the local cha])ter of .Sigma lU-lta Chi. national honcjrary journalistic fraternity, de- cided to turn back their charter because the national society had become profes- sional, and the University of Maine at that time had no major course in journalism. OFFICERS President James F. DeCourcy Vice-President Robert Berg Robert Berg James v.. DcCiiuriy Mb:.Mr.i ' ' .kS George E. Osgood Willicrt I.. Pronovost Pliilip (i. IViidel licorKe I ' arlisle T_A.vi Ihui.l ' nl riurly Vaughat) Cuiiimings o micron Nu O MICRON XU is the national honor society whose aim is " to recognize and promote scholarship, leadershi]). and research in the held of Home Eco- nomics. " .-Mpha Beta chapter, hecause of our relatively small Home Eco- nomics department, and thus relatively small Omicron Xu membership, limits its activities largely to the promotion of scholarshi]). Elections to menihershiii arc made at the end of the Junior year, the beginning of the -Senior year, and again in the second semester of the Senior year. In order to maintain high standards and with the hope of raising those now held, the constitutional quota of Seniors is not elected unless that number meets with a certain grade rcc|uirement. OFFICERS President Mabel L. Stewart Secretary Ruth I. aughan Treasurer Beatrice Cunimings Facultv Adviser Dr. Marion D. Sweetman Beatrice Cummings Dorothy Fletcher MEMBERS Ruth Libhv Florence Kaminsky Ruth ' aughan ±_f j[ n 3l± One Hundred Thirty-On Wilhclll Der Deutsche Verein D|{1 Dl ' .l " I ' SCI II ' " E1 EIX is the honorary German society at the L ' niver- it (if Maine, it was founded ( )ctoI)er 29. IMOJ. It is a niemher of the Xaticmal C onfedenitinn of (k ' rnian ehihs. It is open to instructors in the Ciernian dii artnient and to students ulio liave obtained iiod scholastic rank in Ger- man and who have shown proliciencN ' in the lanj:;uaj, ' e. ' I he purjxise ol Der Heutsche erein is to stinuiiale interest in German culture, to stuily the history, liter.ature. lanj,;ua,m art. and lifi ' of the ( li ' rman ]ieople. t)hl ' REKS I ' resident j. Kodolph .Morin Vice-President William Manning; Secretary Dorothy Shim Treasurer Martha ' I ' uonii Faculty Adviser Dr. Uoheri K. Driimnumd Mh:.MI " .l " .KS P. Barllew.ski f. I.arralifc I). Sliiro R. IUtk . . Macl.ollan . . .Sti-rii M. lirill i;. . ln,,rc M. Tuoiili . . I ' ranzcw .1. R. . lnriii (. " . Wa.sRatt A. Kaplan I). RkIi |:. Wilhcliu Pronovost Grinncll ariicr Zcitniaii Willar.l LawrcTicf .lall) .-it I ' roi. l.iK Sigma Delta Zeta s IGMA DELTA ZETA. lucal niatluin-itics honor society, was re-organized two years ago from the old Mathematics Clul). Tiie jiiirpose of the organization is to stimulate interest in the studv of nmtheniatics and to create oi)i)ortnnities for mathematics students to jiresent original ])a])ers and discuss general prohlems. Members are chosen from u])])erclass mathematics students who have received high scholastic grades. OI-KKl ' .R.S President W ' illiert I.. Pronovost ' ice- President Philij) . . Ryan Secretarv-Trcasurer Mildred S. illard Fern Allen Roger .Mien Roy Augenstcin Charles Brown Edward Cfniper George Fitch MI ' .MP.ERS Krncst Grant I ' " leaiu r Grinncll John HamiUim Kvelyii Jalhert Doris Lawrence Urnte Longfellow Richard Moore Xatlian Morse Thomas Morse Donald Pcderscn Charles Towie Heryl Warner Minnie Zeitman -J h n j --i One Hundrc ' ' ' ■• «l Dr. Peterson Frost Lynch Stratfiti Archer Miss Arnold Romero Sawyer Newman Hatch Pea sice El Circulo Espanol PI E ' IOUS to the spring semester of 1933. the Spanish club was an organiza- tion of all students in the Department of Spanish. . t that time, however, the club became lionorary, and it is now necessary for a student to have at least one semester of high grade work with tlie dcpartmiiit in nrik-r to become a niemlier. It is the intention of the club to affiliate with a naliimal iiniKirary .Spanish society. OFFICERS President Cliarles G. Straffin Vice-President Orissa li. Frost Secretary Marion E. Hughes Treasurer N ' ernon .A. Herrick . ll ' ,.Miil ' :RS Marie ArcluT l- ' ,(Kvaril I ' .aikcr l- iK-sl lilack Jane CMiase .Maiirici- t ' nukrtt .Mviii C ' rnwder rtrissa Frost Charlotte Fuller I.loyd Hamlin Kiith I lamor X ' crnim Herriik Kiohard HiKgiiis I ' rvik-rifk Jones Ddroiliy Jones I ' Vaiik I ' easlee James Lynch I ' rederiek Mills Dnrothy Komero Richard Rice Romeo I ' ascarelli Dorothy Sawyer liettiiia Sullivan Marion IluKhes e harles StralVm Mildred Willard Eugene Wakely I luwlrfil Tliirlv-Fi ' iir t t if w ' T ' ir f ' y a r f fmifwmTfi Wilson HcaUl Jordan Packard Marshall Ward White ( nhh Smith Small Galbraith Black Warren Hnnt Majnr Oliver Ciyucrc Mnroiig Sinclair tlatTney Scabbard and Blade SC AI ' .IiAkI) AXU RLADE, the honorary national mihtary society, was found- ed at the University of ' isconsin in 1904. ' I ' he University of Maine unit, Coni])any D, 2nd Regiment, was organized on May 20, 1916. Todav. there exist seven regiments comprising eighty-two c(im]ianies in various colleges in the United States. Scal)bard and Blade aims to include within its members cadets of high efficien- cy, scholarship, and leadership, and attempts to foster a true nn ' litary and patriotic spirit by living up to the high standards of the society ' s ideals. OFFICERS Captain John P.. Quinn First Lieutenant Dana R. McXalh Second Lieutenant Lcr nard R. Hunt First Sergeant Frederick R. Pilack MEMHKRS Frederick Black Leonard Hunt William Rossing (icorge Cobl) Kdward Jnrdan Cliarles .Sinclair Richard Gaffney Stephen Mar liall Tha.xlcr Small •Alljcrt fialbraith .Xrddn Mercicr .Mbert Smith Henry Gcrsoni Francis Morong lerdell Ward Annand Gigncre X ' ernun Packard John Wilson .-Mvin Heald John Quinn Walter White -JLh J - 3i_i I hii- lltinilred Thirts ' -lr, Dean Corbet t Favor Searles Davis Oiiinn DcCmircy D ' iOntu-!! AMricb Tarsons ((irbt-tt Senior Skulls Ml ' .M I ' .I ' ' .I S1 111 ' in tlif Sfiiidr Skull Scicicty is tin- lii.t;hcst iioii-scliolastic Imn- iir that a man can achieve at tlie I ' niversity ( Maine. It is restricted tn a small S, ' r()iii), not over ten. who are elected to memhership at the end of their jnnior year on a basis of character, ])opnlarity, scholarship, and ])artici|)ation in ex- tra-cnrricnlar activities. These men are tap])ed for memhership in a colorful cere- mony at the close of the Jnnior Week Assembly. In carryinji out its ]iur])ose of ])erpetuating traditional customs, maintaininf; friendly relations hetwei-n the classes, and ciierishin the true Maine s] irit. tiie .Sen- ior Skull .Society this year instituted a series of ]irp ra]lie before footliall .tjanies, which met with very enconraj int; ' results. offki :ks President Philip S. I ' .irsons .Secretar - Treasurer 1 )onald I ' . I orbett MEMBERS Dcaii Lamert S. Corlwlt Koiinoth K. .Mclritli Di.iialil P. rnrl»-ll Carleton F. Davis James R. DeCourcy Donald E. Favor Lawrence J. O ' ConncU Philip S. Parsons Jolin R. Quinn Stanwodd R. Searles X_A - Z_ ,. Our lliiiiilr,-il rtili IvS ' ii- Lil)by VoUMK U t r Haney Harding Allen All Maine Women ALL MALXE WOMEN was founded in 1925 by Dr. Clarence C. Little. Dr. Caroline Colvin. Dr. . va H. Cliadl)ourne, former Dean Aclisa Bean. Mar- jorie Gooch. Beatrice Johnson. Joy Nevens. and Doris Twitchell. It is the highest honorary, non-scholastic society for women. Tlie members are chosen from the three njiper classes on the basis of character. Maine .sjiirit. dignity, honor, and willingness to accept responsibihty. The organization is " opinionary, " acting as a balance wheel in cooperating with all organizations and movements, guiding the student bmly in the support of the administration, carrying on work that tends to draw the faculty and students more closely together, and standing for those things that are finest and most worth wliile in college life. OFFICERS President Fern E. .Mien Secretary-Treasurer Dorothy F. Davis MEMBERS Francelia P. Dean Alice C. Dyer Mildred M. Haney Ruth C. Harding Ruth M. Libby Shirley C. Young One Hundred Thirty-Seven Littlelialc Pruelt Higgins Collette Sophomore Owls THE Sophomore Owls Society, organized at the University in 1909, upholds tlie duties of ])romoting the traditional Maine sjjirit and friendly relationship l)el veen the men of the two lower classes. Enforcement of I ' Veshman Rules and disciplinary measures dealt to violators of such have proven to be the outstand- ing ' functions of the Owls. The black dot worn on the middle of the forehead by each member is a symbol causing many a green lirst- ear man to live up to the rules laid down by the Senior Skulls. Membership is based upon character, popularity, ability, and participation in extra-curricular activities. Members are elected after the fmal l- " reshman athletic contest at the end of the ve.-u- and at the l e,!;inning df their So] li..more year. rM ' I ' irb i S President Dana Sidelinger .Secrelarv- Trc.isurer Arthur Roberts Mynm C ' olUtli- .Mliert DiihiTty George Frame Bruno Golobski Clyde Higgins . ii ' :.Mi ' ,i ' :KS Diiiialil lliitr Rolurt I.iulcliale James O ' Connor Clark Perkins .Alton Prince Kenneth Pruett Arthur Roberts Dana Sidelinger Harold Woodbury l s Dyer rainpbell Macl.t-nan Ai.Iki 1 ' Haney Rii Icy ' (iinig K. Allen lll.l.M.k Harriinan II m Stceves K. Allen illulni Crowley Sister Council THE Sister (-(luncil was iir5, ' aiiizi ' (I in ]9 at the I ' niversity (if Maine lOr the ]iur])()se of estal)h ' shiii,t; ' a friendly relatinnslii]) hetween the freslmien and up- perdass Wdnien and tn lielp the freslmien to adjust themselves to college life. In the spring of each year women are chosen from the two under classes to become members of the Sister Council on the basis of their high moral standing, creditable scholarship, qualities of leadership, willingness to cooperate, and partici- pation in college activities. MEMBERS Rena .Mien Marie .Vrcher .Mice Campbell Agues Crowley Alice Dyer C ' liainiian — I.ucinda Ripley . nna Eliasson Margaret Harriman Miriam Linscott .Annie MacLellan F.lizalieth Philbrook Ella Rowe Elizabeth Schiro Louise Steeves Jean Walker Betty Wilhelin Margaret Young ( )ii,- Ihiiidrcil Th!rly-Xiui- I wk Fraternities Bl ' .l ' A I lll ' " .r ri was tmindi-d at Miami L ' nivfrsily. ( ) f(ir(l. Ohio, in the vear IS. ' . It lias cs talilislu-d 1(19 cliai)ti ' rs i f wliicli Sfi wen- active in 9 0. llie .Maine cliapter hecanie lieti pa of Ik-ta ' I ' heta I ' i hy tlie alliance of Aljjha Sigma Clii witii this fraternitv ' in ISZ j In the heginnin.!, ' nf tiiis chaptei-T secret jni-etings were held in a harn in Still- water, and it was not imtil 1SS5 that the chapit-r had a house. The tirst house was the huilding which is now known as North ilall ancl was the second chapter house on the cani])us. It was situated otl the same plot of land on which the P eta House now stands, the ])rescnt house having Ijcoi built in 1904. I ' eta Theta I ' i was also the first social Greek letter fratenlVfcx ' on e campus. At the present time, the fraternifV ' tjnasts of nine governors in office at the same time including the ])resent Governor of ] Iaine, Louis J. Brann, who is an alumnus of this chapter. »-sA Weston Naugler Lcvcn seller Littlehale Parker Adams Wakcly Sanbor;. Estabrook Brann Emerson A. Galbraith Tarbcll Cobb Butler Bicknell Lcddy Searles Ladd Caswell Robbins Black Russ Gilman Mercicr Beta Theta Pi F. R. Black B. E. Caswell I. T. Gilnian CLASS OF 1934 S. E. Herrick E. C. Ladd J. D. Leddy A. C. Mercier P. L. Robbins R. C. Russ S. R. Searles C. K. Bicknell H. A. Brann R. F. Bucknam E. L. Butler. Ir. CLASS OF 1935 G. L. Cobb V. L. Emerson R. W. Estabrook H. S. Field A. G. Galbraith J. W. Sanborn W. T. Smart G. W. Tarbell R. E. Adams J. A. Boardman J. Galbraith. Jr. CLASS OF 1936 K. H. Leathers G. H. Levenseller R. L. Littlehale. Jr. R. W. Naugler n. G. Parker E. T. Wakely L. X. Weston R. P. Averill R. X. Berr - G. Bucknam L H Hamlin PLEDGES R. J. McLaren R. J. Marcionetle R. Xivison, Jr. R. P. Xorris M. i. Proctor G. S. Williams K T Young KAI ' l ' A SKIMA is tlic nnly American college fraternitv with a traditional iuir(i])ean orifjin. ' 1 he fouiKlin ; of Ka])]ia Sigma dates hack to the year 14(K), when it was fomided at the L ' liixiggiity of liologna in I ' " uroi)e. Psi Cha])ter of Kapjia Sigma receiv recognition from the national fraternity on December 1. liSS3. Eleven men w er Uien initiated. ' lliroiigh tlie efforts of mcmheT amt fri ds a cha])ter house was erected on the present site, it was in this hoii.s thjit C ' able Stein Song, which was later accepted as destroyed by tire in 1925. and thf ] resent lioijsr erected the following summer. . t ] rescnt the members of the fratepiHy are contributing in a large measure to the great forward ]irogress of ' : Tgri , -.5riiong the foremost men in tlie roll of Kapi a Sigma are: William G. Mc uTTjo. Lowell Thomas. Warren R. . uslin. Lincoln K. Colcord. and John Mack Rrown. cord and S])raguc wrote the nienior- the college anthem. This house was Br m H Mb 1 n n J ILJr ' tn ' im iSA o-r iVL One Hmuired ■orly-l ' our SiSCO i;..|..hski M.Al,,i II- !,_;.. I ... . (II.. ■ . : ; . -,.,1: ■..., 11.11 Spalding l- ' ulliT llallc MuIIlii Ucxur liiiKK ilainiltun Mullaiicy Pease Lyons Attridgc Ucrscy Pearson Mrs. Webster Karalekas Senuta Vuung Heller J. M. Attridgc D. p. Corbett R. E. Cuozzo A. M. Giguere S. J. Grady C. A. Briggs A. W. Fuller M. G. Hallciibcck J. R. Uean C. F. Dexter G. M. Frame B. Golohski L. P. Halle- R. L. Allen V. D. liaker H. B. Conner J. H. Cunningham R. F. Corbett G. F. Fay Kappa Sigma CLASS OF 19;U K. 11. 1 Idler T. M. Hersey P. C. Karalekas A. C. Lyon I). R. McXally CLASS OF 1935 .1. S. Haniiltiin H. R. niggins R. P . I-arcom R. K. Mullaney. Jr. CLASS OF 1936 T. M. Hill L. M. Keller F. J. McAlary J. T. Mullen K. B. Xash J. F. O ' Connor PLEDGES C. F. Golding J. A. Jude ' . H. Lancaster J. J. Murray W. Rowlands C. L. Russell E. H. Silsby (i. C. McLcod ' . Murray J. E. Pearson J. F. Senuta W. B. Young K. V. C. O ' C.mnci: O. C. Pease E. L. Spalding J. C. Sealey, Jr. E. A. Sisco P. P. Snow E. .A. Sturgis I). I!. Tolman R. D. Swab. Jr. R. .A. Thomas F. E. Turner R. M. True R. P. Vcrzoni W. L. Whiting JLA 7 _7L One Hundred Forty-Fhc M XIXIC is fortunate in having the first Cireek letter collefje fraternity organ- ) .v( after tlie Civil War. It was founded at Ricliniond. N ' irfjinia. Se])teni- licr 1 1. 1X )3, and its first cliapter was eslahlisiu ' d at ' ir;;inia Military ln ti- luti ' al l.e in , ' ton. ' ir5, ' inia. v. . Tlie Maine chapter of . l])ha rail.i.5)nies, ' a marked the estahhshment ol thi ' fourth fraternity to he estahlished at MJiue. The chapter was lirsl fanned as tile Strnii lli ill I ' ltiiiii Societv in 18S ' and later, ioined the hrotherhood of Al])lia Tau ( )ine5, ' a in 1891. Maine lleta L ' i)sit6B- a iL . ril e si. t -eit;hth. out of a total of one hundred and twentv-three chaiders establi; hea. some of which have since ex])ire(l. . hnnni who have won distinctions a (omplon. winner of Nohel Prize fflT I ' liysj e three I ompton I)rothers. Dr. .Arthur iTs in ' 27 : Dr. Carl t ' omi)ton. President if .Massachusetts institute of TechTffjkigv ; and Dr. W ilxm . 1. Compton. nationally known economist; F)rvan X. Moore, constructor New York subways: Walter H. Page, editor of the World ' s Work and Atlantic Monthly: Percy Heard, U. S. Olyni- ])ic team 1932; Hal .Sciiumacher, pitcher for the Xew ' ork Giants, world baseball champions. I Our Jliiiidivd l- ' oiiv-Six Iff t» JLi. Kftsc Dougherty lit-an Thome Wheaton Black K. Jordan Wood Carr Mills Walker Sa lisbury Karslow McKenncy C.Jordan Pronovost Quinn Koley Took Willanl Hinekley Walton Hill Rice Williams Longfellow I ' ascarelli Mrs. Wing Ring Stinchlicld Crowcll I.. M. Crovvell C. J. Johnson C. S. Jordan B. S. Longfelli v R. P. Barstow P. W. Bean j. V. Black F. M. Carr J. E. Cook . . ' . Dohcrty H. W. Folcv K. S. Blake R. D. Braley V. S. Brewster G. H. Brync V. L. Butterfield Alpha Tau Omega CLASS OF 1934 K. V. Pascarelli J. B. Quinn R. I.. Rice I). W. Ring CLASS OF 1935 H. V. Hill (i. Morrill C. X. Honer E. . . Jordan CLASS OF 1936 K. F. McKcnncy F. O. Mills R. H. Salisbury PLEDGES D. H. Carr K. W. Carr R. v. Carr A. Ciomei W. M. Curran J. K. Stinchfield . . H. Wheaton W. J. White R. C. Williams W. Pronovost S. H. Reese R. B. Thome R. . . Walton R. P. Willard M. Walker H. B. Wood G. E. Howard R. A. Lloyd D. A. I.uccy F. S. McDonnell. Jr. F. W. Parsons J F n n On.- ; . Pill KAI ' I ' A SKIM iM-atcniity ;is fiiuii(k-(l at tlii ' rnivc-rsity of IV-niisvl- vaiiia and was ovijanizcd Octolx-r 19. 185U. l- ' roiii this date tlic orfianization j, ' radiial!y c ' X])aii k ' d so that at ])feseiit tiuTc arc .SS cliaiitt-rs. Tlicru is small ])rol)a])ility that the chaiitcr roll will ev i- xcird this mimher because the national autlioritiL ' s arc tii;d itij; endless effort ti Jtg ) the frati ' rnity a small liut well organ- ized institution. . ' - ' " Alpha Delta chapter of I ' hi l ai)pa Si,L;ina was estiihlished at the L ' nivcrsity of Maine on May 17, 1(S9S. when the Unncron Rpsilon Eta Pi Society was initiated into the fraternity, in .Vovciitfier. l ' X)3, th ciiapTer moved into the house which it occupies at the ])resent time, fining, tliejwir 5 i it- ' iiihers of the chapter were in active service and U were in the fij . 41.£ r7Sree of the members. Lieutenant II. G. Cobb. Lieutenant 1). H. Norton, aha itcutenant V. . llolden. all of the class of 1918. gave their lives in France for the cause. The chairter publishes annually a news letter to the alunnii which is known as the . Upha Pcllaii. ' »»!• Ilundrrd l- ' orly-Eit hl Wakefield Wuutlburj Ka iiiuiul K. Illack Wadsworth Jolinst ■nc ;i!kcr SidcIiiiRcr Lunl Sylvester JMdeiinKcr i uni riyivesier HcnninKS Ives White Pressey HutT Mrown S. Favor S. evens Sherry Norton Merrill fmshy D. Favor liray Haker C ' amlers ( hiistcnsen Goddar l M L.. 1 tiice Iai ' _i n»_- Sherry Norton K. I) lack Ireland ill I ' aU-s Phi Kappa Sigma CLASS OF 1934 C. K. Baker W. E. Caiiders R. W. Christensen X. W. Crosby D. E. Favor CLASS OF 1935 X. C. H. Gray K. Wadsworth E. T. Black K. D. Black W. B. Cole H. W. Fales S. T. Favor M. K. tloddard R. C. Hathurnc R. I. Lawrence J. W. Marsh 1). S. Merrill CLASS OF 1936 A. C. A. J. W L Xorton D. Prcsscy B. Sherry. Jr. A. Stevens . L. Walker D. S. Brown J. P. Hcnnings D. A. HiifT K. L, Ireland L. A. Ives K. H. Johnstone R. R. Liint G. P.. Raymond I). P. SidclinRcr PLEDGES A. J. D. H E. Sylvester A. Wakefield. J F. White M. Woodbury W. F. Chapman F. Fellows R. Fevler H. N. Hohson D. C. Kilgore C. R. Leavitt R. P. H. M. Loveless Pineo L. Webb Ortf Hundred Forly-Xmc PHI GAMMA DELTA was foiindecl at Washiiiijton and Jefferson College on .Ma 1. 1S4S. Since this time the fraternity has made rajjid jjrogress in the lieJd of cnlletje fraternal gronjjs fJ at ])resent has 7. active cha])ters Ificated in the leadini, C(illes, ' es and universitiestfiJ i)ie L ' nited States and Canada. The nnm- ber of graduate groups is larger than. nfrMjndergraduate grou])s. Omega Mn chapter ni ' ' li ' QS i ' a J fij was installed at the L ' niver itv of Maine on Xovemher 24. IS ' ) ' ). Tl l aij puyas the outgrowth nf the Maine divi- sion of the y.T.V. Fraternitv w hi f y ' 2s tW irst fraternitv group of national sig- nificance to locate a chapter at th|. I ' sKN ' pf Maine. This tlates hack to Feb- ruary 28. 1S74. The i)resent chapfe m s an alumni memhershi]i of CiC)S grad- uates. ' rMjHuJ ' The old chapter house of the fraternity was destroyed by fire in March. 19J5. During the following summer the [iresent house was constructed. A K. W ood Burke Sweeney Morrow File Rnbertson Hamilton Erskine Sullivan Alden Greenlaw Heath McDonnell I ' iersun Sabin Carlisle Lane Bates Abbott Brown Taylor Frost Wishart Henderson Saunclers W. Wood Imffncy Moyer Good Fellows Osgood Conklin Hasey I ' age artu y J;irk ' ; " ii Noyes Phi Gamma Delta R. C. AUkii .1. H. CDniins H. G. C " .iiikliii CLASS OF 1934 11. H. Hasey F, W. [lilltnll 1. M, lacks, Ml (i. E. Osgood J. H. Page I.. P.. N ' arncv S. L. Rates G. I). Carlisle H. P. Fri st R. ' . GaflFney J. C. Good G. R. Heath CLASS OF 19.S5 S. I). Mcndcrsiiii P. J. McDuniu-Il C. i.. Moir B. S. Moyer C. M. Rohcrtsnii J. 1.. Sahin H. C. Saunders K. P. Sullivan O. M. Taylor R. F. ' ishart W. S. Wood G. H. Ahhott. Jr. . . K. . lley R. W. Burke R. I ' skine CLASS OF 1936 G. E. Greenlaw R. J. Hamilton H. I ' . Little J. I.. Mnrn.w A. Sweeney. J R. I-. W iod K. Wilson !•;. I). P.ryant M. D. Carlisle J. F. Dow J. J. Grady G. R. Grange PLEDGES J. F. Harrington G. B. Hitcliinns I.. T. I.itclilleld H. L. MacCready G. H. Mader F. B. Rinn H. C. Simmons H. J. Stagg N. J. Wilson P. B. Wilson P. G. Windsor Om- lliiiulrfd I ' illy-I liii ' TIIJC naliiinal fralcniity. Sii iim Aljilia lip.sihm, was louiulecl March 9. 1856, at the University of Alahama, ' I ' uscaloosa. by Noble Leslie Devotie and seven of his ciillcfjc associates. Since then itjias steadily f;ro vn and :x]ianded until it has !)econie the largest fraternity m-ikQ gi ' r Its nienihership totals nearly tifty thousand. i »J K ' ihc Maine .Alpha C ' hapter flk-i (aliwi! jt)l . having been in previous year the lociil fraternity. lot;i I ' iii, a IR ' .e.s. ' ' f-nl l(;c;.;l Vm liad originated in 1P08 and aftc three ye:!rs of sturdy growth haCVnppli jfrir ul o!)tained a charter ' ■■■ " ' ' ' •■ " -■ ti(jnal order of Sigma . l])ha Epsilon. to « mch it had early desired to b irs ter trnm the na- " .-])siion. to « men it naci eariy desired to become united. Since then it has always heeirysfi active ch:«) er and Ins gone ahead successfully as a national fraternitx. It owns nnd (tiafetrti ' iis a cha]V.er bouse at the college en- trance, is incorporated under the st;ue laws. ;;nd nnintains an active membership of about fort - limtliers. ILK lUn. a-f yyi_ One Himdrcd I ' ljty-Two Phimnicr Mnshcr IngalU Maiisur tiilliert Chute Webster Fur l Ramercz Ilcvcragc Saunders Witlnir Huichins t ' rockcr Ktchardsun Littlt-tielii Bessoni McEachern Murt-Ii Hill L. Small Oliver Wilson Mrs. McCulIoni HciiUl T. Small Smith Foster Sigma Alpha Epsilon [. G. Dow K. C. Foster I. W. Harvey R. L. Hill CLASS OF 1934 C. J. Marson F. M. Oliver W. Rossing L. T. Small T. V. Small A. J. Smith J. C. Wilson W. H. Bessom J. D. Crocker VV. H. Gilbert A. L. Heald F.. P. Ingalls CLASS OF 1933 S. E. Littlcfield L. S. Look R. H. Mansur F. G. Morong J. E. McEachern S. H. Mosher C. B. Plummer W. A. Richardson H. T. Wilbur fi. G. Beverage K. M. Chute 1.. II. Ford CLASS OF 1936 K. I). Hutchins T. S. Murdi H. X. Ranierez E. L. Saunders E. P. Webster K. I.. A 1 pert J. E. ISessom R. E. Colbert H. L. Crabtree J. E. Driscoll M. T. Gordon PLEDGES A. 1 ' . Heald W. F. Hunnewell S. Lawless D. E. McCready E. B. Mack L. J. Mann R. F. Murphy C. I ' . Sawyer L. A. Severy A. B. Schrivcr A. V. Swasey A. L. Thayer S. E. Wheeler lluiKlrnI nily-Tlir,- SJCi.MA CI II J-ratcrnity had its origin at Miami University. Oxford. Ohio, on June 28, 1855. In spite fif conditions which were often hostile to fraternities. Sifjma Chi succeeded in estahlisliing 12 clniitcrs hefore the Civil War. ' j ' his conflict was the occasion for the estal)lishnK ' nt of .Sigma C ' lii ' s Constantino Ciiajiter. a fraternity group wliicli ins been notable in thf annals of Cireek-letter fraternities. Led I)v Harrv -St. lohn Dixon, seven members of .Sisjma Chi formed this while serv- ing in the Confederate .Army. . ctiv(HjiS{il the close of the war. tlie Constantine C ha] iter did nnicli to ])erpetuate the fn afnit in ilie South. Since the Civil War growth lias been more marked, so tlirit tnda ihr chapter roll numbers 94. four of which are located in Canada. Tlui last chiipl r to he organized is that of ( anuiui Kho at Dalhoiisie I ' niversity, Iialif Mwvlff cotia. Sigma Chi has been represent! d ai ;uv ince 1902, when Delta kho. a local fraternity, became Rho Rho Chapii r m, igui,i c ' hi. Since that time, the activities of the various memljers have Sotk 1 muny nan» to the list of ])rominent Maine .Mumni. V ' ' " ' ' The most recent develo])ment within the chapter at Maine concerns the build- ing of a new house in the near future. At present. ]ilans have been drawn up by architects Crowell and Lancaster, of Hangor, calling for the construction of ;i three- .story colonial iiouse on the Mt. X ' crnon site. AT " } 7 _ i. a-r ' filly-lour Scheller Cook Palmer Larrabee Hinkley Wood Poote Fogarty Willcy Lord Lull Tavlor A. Larrabee i ' lunie Crane Augenstein Warren Curtain Roylance Green H or man Sigma Chi CLASS OF 1934 R. B. Augenstein M. F. (joudwin I.. B. Jackson C. T. lannev A. M. Larrabee F. J. Lord D. T. Lull H. V. Perkins Ti. T. Richardson H. L Roylance A. P. Scheller G. W. Warren S. P. Vunng CLASS OF 1935 T. W. Crane K. E. Curtin H. (). Larrabee W. L. Palmer 1). H. Poole R. A. Thompson J. C. Willey CLASS OF 1936 R. L. Clunie H. K. Cook J. J. Fogarty L. K. Green. Jr. C. .A. Hornian W. P. Hinklev A. W. Poulsen C. L. Taylor i;. B. Woods PLEDGES M. L. Barry R. K. Brown G. C. Grant J. C. Greene, Jr. R. W. Hawkes, Jr. J. Hinckley W. S. Hum V. L. Mutty A. W. Peabody J. W. Temple R. O. Witham One llumlifd Fifly-Fh ' Pill KTA KAIMW is the n i c l l.y 1 ' ) nini in I ' lOf). a ortjanizatidii. I ' lii I ' .ta Ka iiiakiii " for itself a widespread hers 431. iiianv of hicli are n; are re])reseiited in a larye nnnil always been notable, as I ' lii I ' .ta international contests. nity on the cam]nis. It was or an- hoiise was huilt in 1908. Since its and rapidly increased in strength oyal and active ahinini now num- nen. The present active members vities. and its athletic strength has embers re]iresented in national and )i X_A_y yyt (hir lliiiuln-il l-ifly Six i . wt ? t f f f w r L t ' urric Stetson Welch Wilcox L ' raigie C ' aiT.eron IViiic e Bailey Brown Ilaint-s Towlc MalU-t Wailleigh Benjamin W. lioyt t ' randall . lacllri lf A. Hoyt Osgood Sniitlr Uildreth Dow Mrs. Blanchard Clapp Parsons Thayer Watsun Kcid Phi Eta Kappa CLASS OF 1934 C. K. Clapp A. K. Hoyt I. K. Smith V. S. Dow G. M. Osgood A. P. Thayer K. M. Hildrctli K. Parsons H. A. Reid CLASS OF 1935 A. K. Watson I). M. I ' .ailcy J. W. Hoyt C. E. Towle S. K. ItiMijainin M. M. MacBride C. J. ' elch H. M. Crandall H. P. Mallett R. Wadleigh G. Haines K. Stetson CLASS OF 1936 L. C. Young D. M. P.rinvn R. T. Cameron A. E. Prince R. T. Craigie G. X. Currie PLEDGES G. H. Wilcox W. F. Bishop C. G. Hebel M. H. Smith P. Brooks C. K. Keegan R. W. Smith V. B. Brown G. A. McLaughlin E. Stuart. Jr. E. F. Crowley J. A. Marr M. W. Sylvester L. D. Dingwall R. I. Mayo F. N. Tapley O. F. Eldridge B. P. Rand D. Thompson E. M. Foster E. H. Redman G. W. Weatherhce F. GrindcU H. E. Shaw G. W. Mcl.ellan 3LA. --3: 7 _7L I h:,- ! ' :,!! TJJIC ' I ' A L ' JIl l ' ratcniity was fnuiulccl al Xurwicli L ' liivcrsity in Xortlifu-ld. ' cnnunt. in the year 1856. Cjaninia chajitcr was installed at the L ' niversity (if Maine on May 20. 1907. It was tlic fnrnier local fraternity. Delta Mii. which had heeii organized in 1904. The record of (janiina clia])ter (.it Tljeta Chi throughout the (|uarter-century has heen a creditahle one in many v ' ?A Jylt ' V ' . ' ' S ' scholastically as well as ath- letically. W T ' Theta Chi alumni are iiroininont r standing are : U..S. Consul Samplp ni Sharnc. Sec •ide activities. Some of the out- niy W ' aldron. . ttorney General of New Hampshire; Cieorge Sharpc. eci BBVf State of West Virginia; C. II. Spooner. President of .Vnrwich LmtvcriiUy f Valter Harnish. President of Hedding College; Herman lloss. President of Pacific Slojjc News])ai)er Conference; Hol- land Stevenson, Chief Engineer U. S. Navy ; Greiiville Dodge, P.uilder of the Union Pacific Railroad. O—f ' Wl Xi-l Ihiiulnil lifly-liUjhl KciHicy H. O ' Cou!-.-: 1-. -- W : -i i , i Dowm-y I ' l-rkin- I nek Johnson Boone Corrigan Uia ILitkell K.iml MrtiilK l Au.-.tMi Corey D. Andeisuu Jatksuu K. Anderson D. Soincrs Dougherty McCusker Straffin V iughn Mrs. Wcatherly L. O ' Connell Coffin llodgkins Marsh Fall Theta Chi CLASS OF 1934 T. W . . n tin J. K. Coffin K. M. DouRhcrty V. M. I ' all R. W. H.Hlgkins I.. C. Lynch H. .1. McCusker H. S. Marsh 1.. T. O ' Connell 1). I.. Siinicrs T. M. Stantial C. j. Straffin R. S. X ' aushn CLASS OF 1935 I). I.. Anderson K. V. Anderson I). H. Boone (i. T. Corey A. K. (jray H. W. Haunisen X. M. Jackson D. J. Murphy P. B. Rand CLASS OF 1936 F. A. Anderson I-:. A. Backer I). W. Brown R. H. Chittick I . j. Corrigan A. K. Downey T. C. Jolmson J. C. Kenney C. J. Lynch H. K. O ' Connell !• " . I). Peaslce T. C. Perkins T. J. Sunicrs PLEDGES V . I J. V Aliberti Bennett . ' V. CavanauKJi W. T. Connelly T. J. A. Cr ozier I). B. Lesiier I. Ross J E -jL n J Ji L yL Oil,- Hiimlrcd rifty-S ' iiw THE Delta 1 ;ui Dt ' lta I ' latcriiitx was finuKk ' d in l ' " c ' liniar . 1859. al P i ' tiiaiiy C ' lillege, Rethanv. West Virginia. There are now seventy-tive active chapters. Gamma Xii Chapter of DcltxtiTa)!, Delta originated as a local fraternity under the name of Omega I .aniMu iMJsiJt) ' Ihe first meeting of this hody was held on Fehruarx IX. 1904. l- ' or- iSii jjfe the fraternity increased in size and progressed in i urjjo.se. The pre ei ?toti v !is hiiilt in 1908. In this same year on Novemljer 11. Omega I -an Delta Tail Delta, and on . over Some nationally ])r iminen ' George .X. Dern. Secretary of Frank White. ' iVeasurer of the Un ceived its charter as (janima Xu of was formally opened, a Tan Delta are the following: Wallace. Secretary of . griculture : fs : Le wis Descliler. Parliamentarian of the House of Kei)resentatives. SeveirTTf he states have Delt ahnnni as governors. In Congress Delta Tau Delta is represented hy six Senatt)rs and nine Keiiresenta- tives. JUK.U Hundred i, xi)i Monguvan H.ir.iis ' in AMrich Wchlicr J. HaRRctt A. Smith I ' .ickar.l R. Ila K ' tt f. Siniili hittlclicld Captain llalpinc Ulaki- tlarviri KiinliaH I ' agc Myers Copclaiui Itadgcr Ward (Jagnmi Kcyscr Kamsdcll Jarrctt Mrs. Slu-a Ballard Hall W. Smith McGuire Holmes Delta Tau Delta J. R. Ball, Jr. IJ. I.. liallard L. A. Gagtion CLASS OF 1934 I.. H. Hardison !• " . H. Jones A. M. Kcyser T. (,. McCiuirc F. L. Ranisdell I. C. Ward !•:. W. Weeks D. E. Badger R. H. Captain R. L. Copeland W. C. Halpinc CLASS OF 1935 K. X. Holmes K. J. Kimball C. !•:. I.ittlefidd F. W. Myers V. L. Packard W. E. Page A. Stubbs R. E. Aldridi J. O. Bartlctt R. Cabecn F. L. Dennett A. Fitz CLASS OF 1936 P. L. Garvin J. W. Haggett R. M. Haggett I.. F. Hamlin W. D. Mongovan C. W. Smith A. T. Smith W. A. Smith P. S. Webber L. A. Buckminster W. F. Clark J. A. Knierson E. H. Goudy R. Homstead E. Jeffers W. T. Kenny PLEDGES W. 1. Kierstead R. C. McCrum J. J. Minuitti X. U. Rokes A. A. Simpson J. T. Singer G. A. Smith W. B. Smith R. Spear M. J. Sproul A. R. Tripp E. P. Wood P. Woods ZJ-Ji J yi jtu - One Hundred Sixty-Oiii- LAMl ' .DA rill M.l ' ll A (iriginatiMl at llostoii L ' nivcrsitv im . ' (. x ' iiil.i-r _ ' , 9W. ' I ' hc Cosinopdlitan Law Club (it the coUejje had fiideavorcd to convert itself into a (jreek society hut failed. Some of the nienihers then cstablislied Alpha Zeta of l.anihda C ' lii Alpha. The direct ancestor of I ' eta Zeta of Lamhda Chi at Maine was a local society. founded l- ' ehruarv ' . l ' ' (W, knoAn as Helta Kajipa. which in the following year nier.!,H ' l with ' Alpha I .anihda. liioth Fical, retaining its own name. The iicti- tion of this fraternit tn Lamhda Chi- .w ili.-i wAs acce])ted and the charter was granted .March 1. . I ' M .v the seventli to he .s ranted Wnce the founding of the national fraternit . In LMl S]iearen ' s Inn was leased by Delta Kapjia and occii])ied until 19L? when it was decided tfi i)iirchasc what is now the Heta Ka])pa house on College Road. This building was retained until 1926 when a new house was built on the former site of tin ' I ' hi ( iamma Delta house which ha l hin-ned some time before. M irTiRnnBii n .i V r I 4 I J. i o f ( hli- Iliiii4rcil 4 I sfnT Larson Worcester Swascy J. Stinchfield Shaw W ' ellinan Rcberts C. Stinchfield Dole Hayes McLean Robic Boardinan Morton Johnson Hatch Washiiifiton Doe Brooks Hifrgins Celchell Cook Stone Marcillc V ' crrill Stcidiens Fitch Corban Rogers Sinclair Adams Davis Moore I ' aul Lord Pratt R. (i. Adams C. F. Davis K. S. Cook P. J. Corban (;. K. Fitch J. S. Cetchcll H. I " " . BiiarUniaii W. N. Brooks !• " . N ' . Chadwick F. . Dee I. F. Dole W. S. Hatch R. F. Hayes D. G. Johnson J. C. Cameron W. A. Cooper W. R. Crowell F. L. Dinsmore Lambda Chi Alpha CLASS OF 1934 P. R. I.anglois K. I " .. Muure .1. . Paul CLASS OF 1935 R. (.. Higgins K. I,. Lcvensalor II. X. Lord CLASS OF 1936 K. ' . Larson C. B. McLean R. Morton T. F. Reed A. L. Roberts C. C. Roliie L. F. Shaw PLEDGES C. F.. Folley G. Folley D. F. Jordan R. F. Laverty H. T. Lowell H. S. Rogers C. A. Sinclair J. V. Marcillc A. B. Otis R. D. Stone W. T, Pratt B. F. Stephens C. H. Stinchfield J. C. Stinchfield S. E. Swasey D. Washington I). P. Wellman A. S. Worcester A. V ' errill. Jr. R. L. Ohler R. B. Staples W. P. Stillnian i:. H. Wescott One Hundred Sixl -Thri-i s Ki.M A NU Fraternity was fnunrlerl a t X ' irginia Military Institute in 1869. It n ranks fourth in the I ' nitefl «totes in niimher of active chajiters. haviii};; kjiKw " ninety-six chapters in for anaj)olis, and it has a nienihersh Delta Xu ciia])ter nierj;e( ternity. Theta Kpsilon. wine 191fi tile fraternity lived in W time had l. ' een the hdnie nf lieta structed in 19U). Many Siijnia Xn alunmi are piiamillBrti i»j the wcirld. anmn tlieni ard F arlow, lillsworth ' ines. ZanfClrey. thu ' lnn Rascoe. and nthers governors now in office are Sigma Xus. national head(|uarters arc in Indi- Vr J3,0 r iynia Nn in 191.1. growing from a local fra- s ionndfd af iViaine in 1903. From 1904. until " Xiiiii Mall, and which previous to that ' fi - " ' i ' lic present cha]iler house was C(in- the (irld. anmni; them heing llow- Six state I LJi L-X2— I » - „S ' -.i:!=C«r?.£n£ ■;rt;b " ' =S!: " ' EL -CSr Sigma Nu F. A. Beiidtsen H. C. Boyd F. S. Bullock CLASS OF 1934 S. L. Deane J. E. DcCourcy L. R. Hunt E. C. Jiirdau D. O. N ' elder I.. R. Sideliiiger H. V. Stevens R. C. Arey W. H. Fi field I. X. Hamilton CLASS OF 1935 S. S. Marshall D. I.. Pcdcrsen P. G. Pendell N. J. Rawdins 1), M. Stewart C. O. Totnian W. 1). P.lake (;. S. Bryer F. M. Beal CLASS OF 1936 I " . S. fliapnian I) I ' ,. Curric A. R. Gordon K. ( " ). (lordiin W. 1 " . Jones .1. 1 ' . Averill U. A. I ' .eisel ]• ' .. L. Brewer J. A. CoUinson L. E. Crockett P. L. Dalot C. B. Dascombe PLEDGES M. (.. Day T. B. Evans K. H. Finnemore E. E. Flint L. H. Gaetz n. I.. Hamlin R. H. Haskell T. 1 " .. Hiinj hton I ). I. l,i-nno (i. 1.. I.ittlclield G. H. Peterson W. H. Phair E. P. Pulsifer P.. G. Robinson Oiif lliiiiilrril Sixly-l- ' hr s KiMA PHI SIGMA Fraternity was femiided at ilic University of Pennsyl- vania (in A|)ril 1. . 1908. In- a sjriiu]) nf three men: i ' rice H. I.ontj. Percy H. W ' oikI. and (iuy P. Xeedhain. Althiiuj,di tliere are several eliai)ters located at private institutions, tlie s.;cnfnil expansion ](olicy of tiie fraternity lias been directed toward state collejjes and univei;siti,es. I.anihda Delta was tlie locaiirateniitx fnnii wliicli the lUa ciiajiter of Si;.;nn Phi Si ,nna was formed, i.amhda 1 )elCB as iximided at tlie I ' m ' versity of Maine on .Xpril _ ' l. I ' M ' ' . Its memliers later petitio ntTi for memhership in the national or}janization. and on ( )ctolx ' r 17 . 1921, the society was installed as i ' lta Chajiter of Sigma Phi .Sigma. The foundations u]ion which the local fraternity was huilt were laid down hv li c men. who held their I ' .rst meetings in the attic of Lord Hall. IJK I I nil.- IJ mull III i Cleveland Blaisdcll Gallop Raothhv Carr Iflom Durgin Turner KINworth Madcn Hastings Jtint ' s Sigma Phi Sigma W. H. Davis C. A. Durgin V. II. Hastings CLASS OF 1934 W. W. ll.iwanl R. li. |nn ' W. F. Ma.kn J. P,.llock . W. Tnrmr W. B. Blaisdcll B. Blom A. H. Boothby CLASS OF 1935 M. i:. Cleveland I-:. M. Cram E. C. KUsworth R. A. C.allni) . II. ll:inncHi ( ' « • lliindrrd Sixlv-SnYit 1. HI Ml Dl ' .I l A fralcniitv was fnuiuk-d in I ' MS. ijrnwiiif; out nf the national W organization of (. " oninions C ' lul) Cnlley;c and at New llanip jiresent fratcrnitx ' . I ciircscntati (.-s imd dcle ' at lions, nicft annually at a convt-nj vested ciiii ' fly in an executive con secretary, and treasurer. ' 1 he- quarterly ])uhlieation is ton orange, hhick and white. Tli I he e hai)ters at Connecticut .-Xgricultural lonl were the mother chaiHers of the live elri])ters. from ahnnni associa- tlu- year the governing powers are sed of the national ])resident. alumni Ita ' Triangle. ' I he colors are I ' rince- jon(|uil. The local chapter was installed .March . l ' ' i. from the local fralernits of Zeta Pi. j SbBl (;,,J1J 7 _ ,. a-r Ihi,- lliiiiiliiil Sixly-I ' .iiilil i Lakin Pruett Eaton Cox Sandstrom Rollins Hanson P. Knight F. Gross Etter Collins Brown Higgins Norlhup Russell Morrison Hancock Buker Sawyer Matheson Corbctt Freeman Sanlwrn H. Knight Crockett inchenhaugh Aldrich Mansfield Judd Anderson Plumpton Works Wnskn- Mrs, Kin « Dearth Cleaves Barker Phi Mu Delta K. E. Aldrich C. M. Babbidge K. R. Barker G. H. Buker K. S. Cleaves H. C. Anderson K. G. Collins I). M. Gav P. C. Brown A. C. Corbelt A. B. Cox G. P. Katun J. M. Ktter R. U. Bates A. L. Bell E. Childs G. S. Coffin R. E. DeWitt CLASS OF 1934 W. A. Crockett R. D. Dearth G. E. Jellison M. H. Judd H. V. Knight P. S. Parsons CLASS OF 1935 S. O. Hancock P. H. Knight J. R. Lakin C. S. Mansfield CLASS OF 1936 r. p. Freeman F. I,, (jross K. C. Hanson R. I.angille K. H. Morrison G. H. Northup PLEDGES I.. M. Dodge I.. M. Hutchins T. O. Durost F. W. Foster J. A. Gatti G. L. Houston X. B. Jackson V. I. Martin V. H. Messeck H. A. Moshcr G. G. Plumpton C. A. Titcomb J. P. N ' enskus P. H. W ' inchenbaugh C. . Works W. G. Matheson M. I.. Sanborn A. P. Sawver C. C. Parker K. S. Pruett D. L. Rollins 1). A. Russell E. K. Sandstnim S. R. Parsons I.. H. Scammon I,. A. Thomsen H. Young One Hundred Sixly-Nim A I.I ' IIA (iAMMA RIK) is a national fraternity founded at Columbus. Ohio, in 1904. ' i ' he Elaine clia])ter w.-H mnded as a local on Ajiril 3. 1923 and was called AI])ha Sijjnia Mu. On l«eHFwtirv 20. 1924. this local joined the nation- kho. hiT ocated in the leading; collesjes of ivn( its ])nr])ose is to develo| more al fraternity as I ' si cha])ter ol There are M chapters of the country. It is an at ricif efficient rei)resentati es in th The fraternity ])uhlicationMs tl The fraternity colors are dark ijceeu ; „ The Maim- chapter now li(n ' Mfe Si?nior Skull schiilarshi]! for the second consecutive ear. riihl Sheaf and is published (|uarterly ukljlhe flower is the iiink rose. f hii ' lliimlial Si " ,Yiily fe 1 9 ? t n Bacheller Worthley Torrey Gilbert N. Blanchard Cram • i; f:- r ' inj ' kins Keene Chatto Aurelio Clark K. Thomas Turni-r Whitaker Farwcll Dcwitt Tilton Rich Judkins A.Thomas S. filanchard Abbott N ' uilc Arnn Alpha Gamma Rho D. K. Ahhott S. H. Blanchard I.. A. Chattn CLASS OF 1934 R. L. Cram W. P. Judkins F. E. Xuite V. S. Rich A. M. Thomas R. A. Thomas L. E. Tompkins H. B. Clark J. H. Dcwitt W. . Farwcll CLASS OF 1933 C. A. Gilbert V. S. Norton R. Staples M. E. Turner P. C. Whitaker .1. R. Arno (i. H. Aurelio C. IJ. Rachcller CLASS OF 1936 X. S. Blanchard . P. Keene I). A. Piper C. P. Russell M. 1.. Tilt.m (i. W. Torrey l A. Worthiev F. M. Elwell G. L. Findlen W. M. Forman PLEDGES K. A. Frost F. S. Judkins G. V. Littlefield R. E. McKusick A. E. Rich L. H. Smith One Hundred Snenty-Onc BETA KAPI ' A I- aternity was fduiided Octuhcr 15. 1901. at llanilini- Uiiivcr- il , St. Paul. MiiiiK ' sota. TIic iratfrnity nnw has .W active chapters dis- Irilmtfd tiinuishnut its seven ] rnviiicer- wjiieli cnver tlie entire cmiiitry. I ' hi ( )nies, ' a Delta was fnunded as ?k-liical ( )cti)lier . U. 92?i. and orisjinated in llannihal Hamlin Hall. This fraforiiit petitioned lieta Kai)pa Octoher 26. l ' J23. It was ins])eeted by the national (ifiStC ntUnslaJled as a cha])ler Ma . l l_ ' ' ' i. and was called ( )niicr(in of lleta Kap])a. Thi rfear e ji ' fiw M -graduate utenihers. several nf whom are located in foreign coinitries. ( )micron Chapter is not only supjxirted hy a stroni, ' national organization hut lso hy ;i pnurrful ahnnni hody. .SonK ' of the ])roniinent alunmi l» ' | R ' fi Hernity are: Dr. . lfred Lane, nation- ally known geologist and President of the American Geological Society: IJr. How- ard Kohinson, Dean of the i .iheral Arts College at .Miami I niversity : Dr. Clarence Trexler. President of the Americ;in .Medical .Association at Vienna. ' iir Hundred .9rtr(i v- V ' iii k W. i-lu-l Mai niut; Til Ik l 1 .11 im- HIais.Ull SouU- Knonz iiolslull TurtiT StodUard Noygs Mr. Uliss Adkins Jewctt Stratlon Davis Beta Kappa 1.. K. Adkins G. M. Cox A. H. Cooper 11 11 1 )av CLASS OF 19. ' {4 M. I.. Jfwcll K. I ' . Lawrence CLASS OF 1935 F.. A. Koonz I.. II. Morrison (i. A. Sonic R. K. Xoyes B. B. Stratton R. S. Stoddard I.. M. Tehbcts . 1. n. Owen CLASS OF {936 i;, L. Porter. Jr. T. F. Woolston L ' . WoellVl I. C. Hubbard PLEDGES I.. Inglee K. K. Spooner F. I.. -Morton (inc Hundred Sn-cnlv-Thn-, m TIII L ' psilnii L ' iKiptcr (if I ' hi I a])] ;i frali-riiity was fdunded in May. l ' ' Jf(. at the University of Maine. 1 lit- f aiKT ' i ' ' . ' ' ■ originated as a local organization in May, 1924, and was called rbt.t Jg Kai)j)a. In 1926 it was admitted to I ' lii Kappa fraternity, a national hn bt ln wlilet jfias 2,1 active chapters and 18 alum- ni cha])ters. Some of the jiruniinent ah-.uu " ' ■■ fred Smith, funiuT i, ' i i -(.Tnor nPXi neering department at the LnixeV -i: Classical Institute; James ISradlc) 1 ' i rin ( ieorge. reniiwned wrestler: Al- kyan. instructor in tin- t ' i il I ' lngi- ; ( iakn eayn. instructor at Kicker in the L ' . S. .Marines stationed at arch worker for the h ' oster wheeler Company; .Anthony Wheeler, construction sui)erintendent fur the New Jersey Hell Company. Guatanamo P.a -, Cuha ; Charles ( ' —r JL A i _ _ -WL One Iliiiitlml SiTi-iilv-l-niii- Burns Bartlcti Marble P. Ryan Barker Uurkcc Largay Murphy Wasung Collettc While Katz Oxucr lurran Cruekctt McBrady Prinn Topolosky Tompkins H. Kyan Aceto Crossun Phi Kappa CLASS OF 1934 T. Aceto A. A. Hartlctt K. i;. Crockett .1. W . Cro 5on j. J. Pisco C. K. Prinn H. K. Ryan J. W. Tnnipkins CLASS OF 19S3 V. J. Curran J. IJ. Hanson I.. R. Parrott P. A. Ryan I " . L. Topolosky S. I- ' . Wasung W. A. White CLASS OF 1936 V. !■■. r.arker K. A. Burns M. G. Collette J. A. Durkee .1. M. Motz C. W. Largay C. P.. Marble V. H. Moran I.. J. Mnran I.. J. Murphy K. R. Oxner ( ' ill ' llnmlri-d Si ' fct! DI ' I. ' I A CI 11 ALl ' HA. one of tlu ' two lucal fraternities on caiupiis. was for- nialK (iri;anize(l as Eta Xii I ' i in- Dcccinhcr. I ' li . Like most otlier local fraliTiiities. its earlv liomc was in the university dorniitories. As the seven charter members were seniors, the organization for the next year was left to the . . 4 ■ warrant the ,iirou]i nioNiny into a-liouse on I ar ' Street. new niemhers. In the sjirint; of 1930. tlie- -tr?iternity memhersiiip was sufficient to ' The fraternitv has main- N, tained a house for four ears. In tS_ winttM-Aif IQ. .i the fraternity incorjuirated as Delta Chi .Mjjha. The memljet hip of. ih fi " i.ternit - nr.mliers at present 45 — 32 alunmi and 12 active members. ,,k_ ■ Z_A. - o r ( ' )ii ' Himdri ' d iiiviity ' Six " %ii f IVnvill .N...M Sparrow Burns Ri ' .nl frcaiiuT Uucknain Allan Hrr.lfor.l Wood I ' agc Delta Chi Alpha A. S. Allan K. I). Bucknam E. C. Creamer H. M. r.iiri) R. I.. Morgan CLASS OF 1934 K. r . Bradford M. P. Xoycs CLASS OF 1935 S. 1.. Read CLASS OF 1936 PLEDGES K. S. Palmer K. S. Page K. A. Sparrow F. T. Wood R. A. Powell S. Russell :7_A_i_A. One Hundrii. TAL ' l-:i ' SII.(). I ' ll I was IouikKmI Since lliat tinu ' tlu ' fraternity has n six chapters in all parts of the ihouf ' h it (]rij,nnally started as a jir (dlunihia rniversity. fktoher V). 1910. rapid strides of ))rc)}4ress and has tliirty- S. in Xdva Scutia and IJnehec. Al- Llcrnitw tlu ' |)iilicy ni the nrj ' aniza- tinn was chan,i;ed in 191. to a genen l cu ' leginte fraternitw The Maine Tan .eta C ' haiJter K ' ' " ' ■ ' charter i.n May _ ' 9. I " »i9. and (kir- ini, ' the tirst ear of its existence it || SK» etin, , ' s in 1 lannihal i ianilin I lall. ' I he following; year the menihers lived iii Hmd for the next two years they rented a house on cani])ns. I ' his ear f oiriidl ' I ai( J eta ])nrciiasin ; the 1 )elta I )elta Delta (Sororitv house and living in its own home for tlu ' lirst time since the induction of the chapter. J Jl 1 j -y ( !(• llmnlrcd Seivniy-Eiyht Steinberg Silvcnna 1 1 rockctt Miller Rottcnbcrg HumunutT Glcszcr Meyer Slusbcrg Mintz Kaplan Berg Cope Cohen Helfand Tau Epsilon Phi R. I!erg CLASS OF 1934 S. M. Cpc II. I ' lrliiiMlliT M. Cohen CLASS OF 1935 H. Helfand A. Kaplan A. Mintz C. CroL-kett I,. Mever CLASS OF 1936 A. Rottenberg G. Slosbcrg H. Steinberg 1). M. Ik-drick J. H. Berkson M. H. Crockett L. Felberg PLEDGES R. Gleszer I,. HtmionoflF B. L. Klein M. 11. Lane H. J. Lesses S. Miller I. J. Perkins I). J. Scliwacliman S. Silverman One Hundred Sn-enlySiiic O ' CuniulI (. urtin ' i.-i:skus DcCuurcy Dmw lilanchard hitman Ring Cram Allan Berg Wilson Quinn Foster Morong Page Interfraternlty Council Tl 1 E Intcrfratcniitv Council is a standing cnniniittee of the men ' s Student Senate whose nieniliershi]) consists of the fraternity rejiresentatives to the Senate. It n full power to regulate all interfraternity matters not regulate l l)y tlu- I ' ni- versity. Its most important wnrk i in formalizing and enfurcing rushing and | le(lging regulations. .Ml C onncil decision are supjiorled li ihe Hoard ol Administration. Oiq-KICRS President John Quinn ice-I ' residcnt Mjiheus Lyons, jr. Secretary-Treasurer Kenneth ( ' . l " )ster Ml-.MlM ' .kS Lawrence Adkins— BK i:rnosl M. Cram ' V Donald V. RiiiK— ATU .Mbert S. Allan— AXA Krncst K. Ciirtin— iX Paul 1.. Kol l)ins— UBII Delniont h. Ballard— ATA C ' arlcton I- ' . Davis- AXA John W. Tompkins— I ' K Claude K. Baker — ' I ' Ki; .Idiii W. Hovt— I HK John P. ' enskus— I-MA Robert Berg— TIM ' F ' ctcr C. Karalckas— K:: Carl .A. Whitman— ::x Stanley H. Blanchard— All ' Laurence J. O ' Connell—BX John C. Wilson— SAK James H. Page — rA T A r ' Imidrcd Highly a-f L a _ ororities ALPHA ( )M l( ' l ( )X I ' l is the cildfst wciiucirs fraternity at the I ' liiversity of Maine. Ijotli hical and natii)nal. There are tdrty-fdiir active elia|)ters. estah- h ' shed in nearly every state in tlie I ' nion and in Canada. Tliere are forty- |] c ahininae eha]ilers. I ' hi ( ianinia was instituted at Maine as a " Ineal huhes ' fraternity. " in ISIfi. I ' hi ( ianinia nnited with Alpha DeUa Sit;nia of ' iufts. and Deha Siijnia nf P.rown University, in 190, tn form ( l nnia nf i)clia Sii ni;i. I ' " ive years later it hecanie f lamina i Aljjlia ()n)icr(in I ' i- n Al])ha Oniicrdii J ' i lias jjronuilymc an • ;]linsive ]irii,i;rani tor social service in the nionntains nl KentiK " k . 1 he t raternl. ' )riivi(les a trained social worker. I ' lland Morrow, to assist tin ' cor])s of the l ' " rontier Xiirsing Service in Kentucky. 1 he (laninia chapter offers each year the Edith .Vhhot P alentine Scliolarsliip to a worthy university woman. Gannna cha])tcr has thirty active ineinhers and thirty-two ])leds es. Tn l nu iiia is the chief pnlilication of Al]iha ( tniicmn I ' i. 7Z_ o- ' lit I liiiiilriil I ' .iijhly-Ttvt Moynihan Dyer Haney K. Allen MacKenzie Barrows Hamilton Archer Steevcs MacLcUan Hatch Currier Fuller Lacha?ice Merrill Sawyt-r Sisco Shnrdeff I ' hilhrook Sanborn Saunders tinodwin Mcrrinian Trundy (iardner V. Allen Romero Kiplry F. E. Allen X. M. Birchall M. I.. Bussell W. V. Gushing A. C. Uyer Alpha Omicron Pi CLASS OF 1934 A. M. Ingerson F;. G. Kimball 1 . A. Mayhtrry A. C. Merrill I). II. Moynihan 1 . O. Newman M. E. Robinson D. Romero R. S. Walenta R. E. Barrows S. I.. Hatch k. M. Allen K. lloardman H. I.. Buker CLASS OF 1933 C. M. I.acliance I.. I-:. Kiplry CLASS OF 1936 C. E. Currier K. Davis D. L. Sawyer ' . E. Trund y I- " . 1). Gardner J. I " . MoKenzie r.. M. Sanborn M. Archer C I-. Adams M. Ashworth I.. Averill B. Hertels 11. Cliff A. Crowell A. Coffin A. Eliasson E. Elmore R. Goodwin PLEDGES G. ICpstein C. r ' " uller I . Gardner 1 ' . R. Hamilton I.. Hastintjs r.. Jones !• " . Merriman . . Macl.cllan M. Martin C. Miller M. Murch K. I). Perry E. Philbrook P. Phillips C. C. Saunders !■ " . Schiro M. Sewall L. E. Steevcs M. Storey Nf. Thayer M. Young ( ' !»• Hiindrcii lliiihly- ' l href Pill Ml ' i ' ratcrnity was founded at W ' cslevan College, Macon, (icorjjia. on March 4. lS5i. It is tlie second oldest national fralernitx ' for women in the I ' nited States. ' I lie fraternity has .thrown from three founders, who handed to ether as I ' hilomathean . ' isters. to a national nri anization now having; si.xty active chapters, and ttiirty-eii,dit alinnnae cltj|y! , ;nd a total memhershi]) of nearly twelve I ' i Alpha, a local orj, ' ai j ' ,ati )t]| _tTftirj ' Tii - g(i )fjAiaine. i)etitioned I ' lii Mu for menihershii) in 191 lirmiy. Heta I ' eta chapter a Phi Mu has a central e j ' f ' i chapter of I ' hi Mu i- ' ra- several ears later. The fraternity ]nil)lishes several cha])ter journals. ; ( ng, ,.7A ? . ( a ' a .Ts- liT ied quarterly : another. I ' Uc Pliildiiialhcaii RcTir7 . fs Sn anlYiKilHpuWicHti virr ' " 7 For social service, I ' hi .Mu su]i]iorts a hfalthninhiU- in ( leors ia. which is (loin,t; service in the rural districts of that state. I ' i chapter ofTers an annual Phi Mu Scholarship to a worthy woman student in need of luiancial aid. dill- IliiiidiiU l.iiihty-luiiii Ilayrs (traiiKc I- ' rct-iiiaii Pcavcy Mlake M. ' l»un ; Kcniiard ( " arr Stanley Craliam (iray S. Voung Itiuigf llill Davis PhiMu CLASS OF 1934 S. C. Young CLASS OF 1935 n. M. Blake I. J. Freeman F. Kennard P. L. Budge E. M. Grange P. C. Peavev B. L. Davis R. Gray P. Hayes CLASS OF 1936 M. R. Young K. P. Carr M. F. Graham F. R. Hill PLEDGES R. J. Stanley P. Calvert ' . Dciw R. Sylvester A. Ciirrie A. NfcMullcn A. Peavey N. Woods (Uir II mull l-h; D l ' ' .I.I ' A 1)1 1. r. l)I ' ll r. wa.s fiiijUuli ' il at I ' xistmi L ' nivfrsit - in ' rii;;iiks,s;ivinjj l ve. 1S8S, li Saral) Ida Shaw aivfly ' -leaiiDr Doreas I ' lnid, witli tlu- assistaiici ' of tlicir classmates. ' I ' he l) !rxMJU|ylvui itcir roll consists of ci,t, ' lity-liuir active ridcitt is the |uarterly ]pul)licatioii of chapters, three of wliich are in C Delta Delta Delta. Alpha l a])pa chajiter was Xtam ' tll df ' lm- liversitv of Maine. I ' ehrnary 17. 1917. It consisted of t venty-T6se ' ;ictiM: nienij ' i ' fs and three ahmniae. The i)resent active nienihershiji ! twtnjty-. with eleven ])letlges. The chapter is represented (jn the facnlty hy Dr. .A jnu ' hadlxnirne of the dt ' iiartnu-nt of F.diica- tion, and Sarah Jane Thoni])son, critic teacher. c- 7Z_ i. a-r (hit IlunJri-d liiybly-Si i lA iHt " ! u i£ i h-4 1 ' •« 41 iJ n •. 1 Wheeler Young Fletcher I.nthrop Brown Roche Gregory Gray Avery Williams Harding Boy n ton Walker Rowc l.t-wis Hinklfv Miirrill Dodge Callahan Harding Delta Delta Delta CLASS OF 1934 D. C. Brown D. Fletcher E. E. Lvnch J. M. Burrill M. W. Harding .1. M. Wheeler H. N. Dodge K. M. Humphreys CLASS OF IQ.-i.i H. A. Williams M. Averv R. A. Harding G. G. Roche Nf. Grav R. A. Lewis E. Xf. Rowe S. Gregory C. Lothrop CLASS OF 1936 K. }linkley PLEDGES .1. G. Walker A. Bishop E. Googins F. Shannon H. Cousins E. Oakman M. St rout H. Davis T. Oakman G. Titcomb F. Folger H. Wing ( ir Hundred l-.li)hl - rfcii p 1 I ' .IC ' I ' A I ' i 1 1, the ])iniu ' (.T natiiiiial fraternity f(ir wimifn, was I ' or.iidcd at Moii- luiuith C ' (illi ' . ;f. Miiiiniiiutli. llliimis. . |)ril 28, 18 ' i7. It was nami ' d 1. C ' . Soro- sis. ()! ' till- twehc I ' limuk ' rs, foyi an- still living;. y fstalilislu ' d, w itli ri ' ])rt ' sentative clnjiters an ])rnvinccs. There are over twenty ,tv of Maine, became Al])ha cha])ter ig of the log cabin chapter house on of Pi Bria Phi. flertaUe the education of the mountaineers lent School was founded at ( " latlinliurg. Seventy-seven active chu])ters are in almost every state and in three thousand members. P)eta I ' hi. the local sororit a ' of Pi Heta Phi l- ' raternity in I ' L ' t College Avenue began in l ' ' J5. The fraternity publication is 7 Pi Ik ' ta Phi was among the first t of ' lennessee. ' Die Pi lleta I ' hi .Sett Tennessee, ' i ' hrough the . rrowcraft .Shcjp the mountain ])eop]e also find a means of dis])()sing of their handmade articles, which are tlu-ir chief source of income. jjjj jjaxsa iiilii-il liiiilily-liifilil ti r v - Tt m r . ' ' L, v Walker Jordan Fri st Rost-n Frye Asnip Fccro HoMen Merrill V. I. Colson C ' lemans Laurence Kdc Mone Whitman Todd V. D. Colson Linscutt Nelson Woodman Pi Beta Phi CLASS OF 1931 n. Edcs R. H. Feeru 0. E. Frost CLASS OF 1935 I). !•-. Rosen ' . I. Colson M. V. I.inscoll 1 " . Stone ' . n. Colsoii D. Lawrence I). Frye CLASS OF 1936 H. B. Whitman M. Asiiiii E. Jordan PLEDGES A. Woodman L. Calderwood F. Holden M. Snow f. Dixon R. Libbv R. Todd C. Grant A. Merrill Nelson H. Walker ( iu- Hinidr, CHI OMEGA, one of the largest national fraternities, was founded at the Uni- versity of Arkansas. April 3. 1895. by a grou]) of live women assisted by Dr. t harles Richardson, a Ka]ii)a .Sigma. There are eighty-eight active chapters today, the nearest being HctaC gijW tOrTitbT ViJI c. There are fifty-four alum- nae clubs. ( K . Beta Gamma, a local s()r(Wiy Wftyi(hH A the I ' niversity of Maine, June, 1920. In the following yean Klf a uJ neiiAie installed as Xi P.eta of Chi Omega Fraternity. -r7 ' i Chi Omega gives a nati p Acl n t . ;Vd to that person who has dis- tinguished herself in some fitltl XA t ' ) among the lirst fraternities at the University of Maine ti iv iiO VilHfkKl ' ' ' promising woman student in the elementary course in s(xrTntogT!H, ' — ■ The Elcusis if Chi Umccja is published quarterly, and is tiie chief ])ublication of the fraternity. The present membershiji of Xi Beta is thirty, pledges eighteen. One Hundred Xiiuly fe H - ' JS - 9S 9 r n 1 M. Johnson VauKhan Milliken Knight Giddings King Rlackington (.;iiTonl dovvan ( " Iwcll Wasgall Sullivan ( .tlmrn Chase Davi Dean VVilhcIm A. I rowley 1 ' . Johnson Church Hill Campbell Ailaiiis Harrinian DeCuniiicr Shubcrt Cuminings Bunker Copeland K. Cruwlcy Carrull R. I.. Adams M. W. Bunker B. Cuminings T. L. Blackington J. G. Chase M. E. Church A. VV. Campbell G. Colwell E. Bingle J. Brown C. Brown J. Campbell P. DeCormicr P. Dimitre Chi Omega CLASS OF 1934 IJ. 1- " . Davis F. P. Dean M. X. Gifford I.. C. Milliken CLASS OF 1935 V. Coburn M. S. Copeland A. K. Crowley E. A. Crowley CLASS OF 1936 E. Giddings E. Hill PLEDGES E. Dill M. Frazier (i. Fuller M. Harrinian E. Hart E. M. Meyers M. Shubert K. 1. Xaughaii E. A. (iowcn }.. E. Wilhelm C. H. Wasgatt F. E. King B. L. Sullivan F. Jones F. Knight M. Perkins C. Stevens J. Stillman J. Sullivan Hundred Dl- ' ,l. ' l ' . 7A ' . ' ' . Snroi-ity was fdiunlffl at Miami I ' iiiviTsitw nxlunl. Ohio, )(,-t(ilic ' r - ' 4. ] ' K)2. Six prls. ;issislc(l li Dr. (Iny rnlltT r.ciilnn. a I ' lii Delta I litla. were the fdunders. Delta Zeta heeame a nalidiKil sorority in 1907, and in 1910 it became a member of the Xational l ' anbel!enic Council. Delta Zeta has sixl -six cliapters tiida . ' I ' hirt -six chapters operate houses. ' I here are lilty- two alumnae chajjters. Kappa . u .Mpha. a local sororV ' at the I ' niversity ol ' Maine, was establislie;! in 1923. In the s])ring of 1924 these gir fetitioned Delta Zeta and became mem- bers that year, as . lpha L ' psilon chapter. The sororitv sjionsors the Delta Zeta C ' oninnniity Center at l ' .e t. kcnttick) . lor the benelit of the mountain peoj)le of that vicinity. The siirorit)- publicati(.in is I ' lic Ldiii ' . The present menibcrshiii of Alpha L ' p- silon chaiiter is ele ' en members. Hundred .V i I Covell Gifford Trciimr Davis Willard Murry Wall ate Sanders Jt-nkins Hall Knik-rick Miuirc Foss Hardy Delta Zeta CLASS OF 1934 M. T. Covell A. J. l- ' ranzcru 1). M. Roderick P. C. Foss K. i:. Hardy E. S. Moore CLASS OF 1935 C. S. Sanders E. Jenkins CLASS OF 1936 M. Willard E. Gifford PLEDGES M. Hall G. Murry M. Trcinor R. Wallace Oiii Hundred Ninciv-Tlir.i Panhellenic Council Till " , T ' aiilifllcnic CDuncil is the goveniiiifj body of sororities and sorority rushing as a unit. Its primary purpose is to maintain a high plane of intersorority Hfe and to promote a feehngof friendship and cooperation among the various sorori- ties. With tliis as its objective it regulates all rusliing rules, decides upon the type of rushing which shall exist, and settles any (juestions which may arise concerning eligible women. b ' ach sorority is represented by two members on the Council. Executive offices are held by the sororities in Irirn by a system of rotation. OFFiCliRS President Louise Milliken Vice-President Isabel I ' Veeman Treasurer I )oris Rosen .Ml ' -.Mr.l ' -.R.s Ai.iMiA O.Micuo.N- I ' l Dklta Dki.ta Dki.ta Cm O.mkca Doris N ' cwmaii Klla Uowc Louise Milliken Cliarlolte Lachaiicc ILUii Williaiiis Klizabeth Crowley I ' m -Mr I ' l IlKTA I ' m Dki.ta Zeta .Shirley Youiik Wliiia (. ' (iImui Claire Sanders Isabel Freeman Dnris Rdscn Drusilla Roderick ' 111 ' Hundred Xincly-Four Club F, r Ff X Arey Ma den W ' ishart McDonnell OTumifM Rolicrts Rnndall Carlislf Monroe rainier Lakin Uarstow Wasung Huft " Hcnjaniin Stotldanl Cope Ouinn Favor Jordan Morong HIanctiard Mr. Curtis Pale Blue Key Till ' ! I ' alc IUki- l i ' v Scicii ' t - w as funiR-il la.si .May t ' rdiii the nicinhcrs iif ilic I rack t ' hil). which uas ihshanikxh llic Key has taken n cr all ut the duties of tlie old I rack ( hih anil has hroadcncd its sco])!- to the sixmsorin.i; of the I ' ' reslinian Xuincral ( hili. ihc stinnilatiniL; of interest in athletics in fraternity li nises. and assist- ing; the athletic ileiiartnu ' nt in any manner ])iissihle. OI ' I ' Kl ' .RS President I ' rancis M (irony; Vice-President Frederick 1 Slack Sccretar Edward Ionian TreastnxT Stanley lllancliard l ' " aciilt - Advisers 1 ed (, tntis. Chester Jenkins Ml ' .Mr.l ' .KS Ricliard Harstow Donald Favor Lawrence O ' C ' oiiiu-ll Stanley Blanchard ICdward Jordan Woodrow Palmer SpurRcon Henjamin Roliert Fakin Arthur Roberts Frederick Illack Fdward Fittlefield Richard Stoddard t ' arl BrifjKS I- ' redcrick Maden Stanley ■a nn ! Sanuiel Cope l ' " rancis Moronp Robert Wishart Manning i ' rof. Wood Stewart Wocstcr Dft ' ourcv Moore Lord Langlcis Snider Dtirton Contributors ' Club THE Coiitrihiitors ' Club is tlie caniims literary orjjanization. Members are cliosen on tlic basis uf their interest and ability in the held of creative wriiinsj- At the bi-monthly meetings original poems, stories, and essays are read and criticized by tlie members. OFFICERS President I ' aiil !,anj;;l()is ' ice- President Kiciiard W ' ooster Treasurer William Manning Secretary Kiith I -ord Xfargaret Asnip Janet Brown Liithcra HurtDU Thimias Cliurcliill James I)c( " imrcy MEMBERS Klizabclh Clifford William Howard Paul I.aiij lois Urucc I.onRfellow Ruth Lord William Nlanning Ernestine Nfoore Joyce Stevens Donald Stewart Hope Whitman Richard Wo(JSter " ill- Hundred .Vii Lord Saunders Blethcn B lacking ton Mnytijhan Russell Feero Morrison Nelson Dr. Andrt-ws ( tilsrm Dean Chase DcCorniier Murrv Sodalltas Latina SOI ) A I .I ' l AS LATIXA was organized in 1 22 In- a group of sixteen students nniKr the guidance of Dean Chase, ' i ' iie name Sodalitas Latina was adopted at the first meeting and the constitution was (h ' aw n up at that same time, it is tlie purpose u tiie ciul) to ])romote interest in tiie study of i.atin. The meml)ersiiip consists of all ])ersons who have completed l ' " reshman n ' i|uiremeni in I.atin and who intend to c intinue the suhject. President I la el I ' eero ' ice- 1 ' resident I )iiriith .Mii nihan Secretary -Treasurer I ' lullis |)el ormier M1 ' ;.M11I " .KS Dean Chase F ' liyllis DcCnnnicr Ccrtnuli ' Miirry Doctor .• ndrews Hazel Fccm X ' irKinia Nel.soii Lee Blackiiifitoii Faith Holdcii Claire SauiultTS I ' " lizaheth rilctlan Ruth Lord Hope Whitman Violet Colson Frances Morrison Shirley Young Dorothy Moynihan IL . o-f -yyi- Uuniirfd Xinely-hitihl Maybcrry Coy Wallace Brill Perry Boardman ' arnnni Hanior Fletcher Litz Shurtleff Cohurn Allan Ingersoii Hamilton Roderick Freeman Kimball Voung Blakc Peavcy Strout Gregory DavJs Harding Callalian Kliasson Shubert Paul Stone Sanders Woodman Alpcrt Hill Dorr Uonitr llrange Busscll Dodge Ho me bconomics Club TJIE Home Economics Club was organized in Marcli. 1928. and in 1931 was elected to memliersliip in the national nrs;anizatinn. Oniicron Xu. TIk ' purjiose of the clul) is to promote a better understanding of Home Economics. .S]ieakers from outside the group are provided fur the meetings held each month. Membership is liased on the attainment df average grade of 2.? f ir the jireceding year in Home Economics subjects. OI-l " l(l " .KS President Margaret " S ' liung Secretary-Treasurer Isabel h " recman One llutulrfd Xincly-Xiiir I f f f «f tf f Sparrow Wasung; C. Page Curtin Ellsworth Hunt Look Packard Jackson McXally J. Page Lyon Cook Bean Jiarstow Hanson Turner Pasancn Kicharilson Hoyt l ' " all Filielil Karalckas liemltscn I ' mf. SpraKni- . larsli:ill Arcy Ji rilan Deanc Civil Club TllM SliuU-iit r.runcli (if llu- AnuTicaii Sucictv of (. ' ivil luiLjinccrs at tin. ' L ' nivcr- sitv 111 ' Maine is (.■(im])iis(. ' (l of Juninrs and Scnidrs re ;i stored in tlie Civil Engi- neerins, ' cnrricnliim. iMifjinccrinf; lojiics of tlii ' day are investigated: tlie niein- liers. tlndngh reading and discussion at monthly meetings, are given a thorough and more nearly com]ilete knowledge of the ]irol lenis lliat confront modern civil engi- neers. nmcRR.s I ' ri ' siileiit h ' rederick A. I ' .endtseii Vice-President .Stei hen . ' . .Marshall. Jr. Secretary Rohert (. ' . . rey Treasurer Xormaii J . Kawding MI ' .MI ' .KR.S R. C. Arey W " . H. Fifickl P. I.. Karalekas O. O. Pasam-n 1 P. Harstow II. I ' ., (iailisoii K. .S. I.ittU-fu ' Id .!..!. Pisco A. II. liartktt J. I). Hanson .S, !.. l.nok W, (i. Pratt !•. A. P.cndtscn W. M. Hall . C. I ynn C. I). Prcsst-y P. V, P.can C. .1. Hall II P. . lallvtl X.J.KawdinK 1-, K ' . I ' .laiMl.ll , I IKiild C. 1.. Man rKl.l C. I.. NicliardMUi !•;. 1.. C(j(iU . l. K. lliKKi " S. S. .Marsliall, jr. A. P. .Sawyi-r J. !•:. C ' odk I K. Hunt .1. !• ' .. Mil-;adicrn .1. A. Slovons M. K. Clovdaiul C. !•:. Ilolynkc I). 1 ' . McXally K. I.. Sloiie I-:. K. Curlin A. E. Hoyt 1 " . (i. Morong J. P. Vcnskiis S. I.. Dcanc J. M. Jackson ' . I.. Packard .S. P. WasunR !•:. C. Eillsworth 1.. O. Johnson J. H. Pajto P. 1 1. WinchcnbaiiRli !•:. C. Jordan V. V.. Page .4 ' (l I Itlllllll ' ll Copclaiid Utickiiani Dow C ' aiuiers CrL-aiKi i 11. u;. Dougherty I ' rof. Harrows Orks I ' arsoiis V adleiKh Electrical Club Till- " . AnK-ricaii Institute of IClcctrical lui, , ' iiieer.s. wliicli is tlie natiniial organiza- tiiin representing tlie electrical engineering jirofession. was fdunded in lSf 4. and has as its ol)ject the advancement of the theory and practices of electrical engineering and of its allied arts and sciences. The institute has contrihuted largely to the reniarkahle advancement made in the electrical field during the past fifty years. The local hranch at its regular monthly meetings sponsors lectures hy ])rominent electrical engineers and i)rofessors of Electrical Engineering. The promotion of fellnwshi]) hetvveen the students and the faculty members is one of the chief aims of the clul). Membership is open to all senior and jimior h ' lectrical Engineers: associ-_ ate membership to sophomores. OFFICERS President Ralph Dougherty ' ice- President Millard l)(jw Secretary W ' il f rid Matheson Treasurer 1 Ia (len Rogers (■ " acuity Adviser I ' rof. W . 1{. liarrows Ml ' -.Ml ' .l ' .RS L. F. Brewer R. K, Crockett I " . V. Iliiiton I.. H. Morrison L. W. Burr R. M. Dougherly J. E. Johnson K. L. Parsons W. E. Ganders Nf. G. Dow B. S. Longfellow H. S. Rogers J. H. Comins H. B. Gersoni H. O. Larrabee J. R. Wadleigh T. W. Crane J. . Hamilton W. G. Matheson G. W. Warren E. C. Creamer O. T. Hanson A. G. Miniutti C. N. Works Tompkins Young Cox Badger Trof. Prageman Hill Tehhctts I ' rinn Sylvester Hasey Haines Murray Sclii ' llcr RaunKinn McGuire Mr. Sparrow Mechanical Club Tl I !■ ' . Muilianical Clul) i a stuilcnt lirancli of llic Anicrican Society of Meclianical I ' .iigineers. and is C()ni])(ise(l of the Juniors and Seniors in that department of llie College of Technology. The purjKise of the organization is tfi actinaint the student engineer with the prohlenis and practices of the jirofessional man in modern industry. Visiting business executives and engineers give lectures to the club, and planned inspection trips to local manufacturing ])lants afford members an opi or- tunity to gain a practical working knowledge of engineering ai plications. STi " i)i:xi i;K . cn c)I-|-ri-.rs Chairman rthur 1 ' . Scheller ' ice-C Jiainiian Robert . . Mill Secretary Charles li. I ' rinn ' treasurer ( ' arl S. Haumann Honorary C hairuian I ' rof. 1. 11. I ' rageman MF.Ml ' .l ' .RS Carl S. Bauiiianii Ambro.sc M. Kcyscr Arthur P. Sclicllcr Frt-dfrick K. HUiik Thomas G, McCiuire Dwight I.. Skiikts Norris V. Cmshy Wtihhi Murray Howard V. Stevens Gilbert M. Cox .XKlivertle I. Xortoii Robert E. Sylvester George A. Haines Donakl L. Pedcrsen John W. Tompkins Harry K. Hasey Xorman G. Pratt lerdcll C. Ward Robert A. Hill Charles E. Prinn, Jr. Stanley P. Young 1 t I i o n n I o fj p. » 4. » f » f t t IP r- ! W ' ir V » %r ■ ■ l " Gilbert Rich Farwell Clark Parrotl Read Thompson Gatti Frost Packard Abbctt A. Kich Larconi Arno Worthlcy Torrt-y Chatto I.cvine Mriggs Hrtinks Littlelield Brali-y Grindell Findlen Sealcy Thomas Turner Judkins Tompkins Smith C ' lnlictt iilaiiohard Parsons Agricultural Club OPEN to all students of agriculture, the Agricultural Cluh serves as a fraternity for tiicm. As one of the older and more outstandinsj organizations nn cam- pus, il is well known for its bi-monthly meetings and the many amiual judg- ing teams that it sui)])orts. ( )i- F ici-:rs President Wesley I ' , judkins Vice-President Larry r(inii)kins Treasurer Dunald 1 ' . (Hrhett Secretary |iihn Seale , Ir. Tii ' d Iluiuired Thn-r Soule Herinings Haggett Anderson Woods Dennett Captain Hathorne Goddard Sidclingcr Cox Berry Ohier Cameron Stnart Winch Marsh Frost Judkins Copclaiid Burns I ' agc Rowlands Biynton Taniu-r I . Jnhns in Mart Bingle Phillirnnk Philliiis Klinsson Blackington Bcnnt-tt ( " .Smith l,a erty Cnsliing M, Julrnsoii Cliff Titcdinh tirangt Whitman Brown Archi-r liirdner Wasgatt Campbell Davis Ilarrtman MacKen ie Maine Outing Club Tl IE Maim- ( )utinL; (. ' lull was iiii;;mizc(l in l ' J,v Its ])uri (ise is to gain interest in clean, healthx ' , nut-Df-door life. The clul) sixinsors hikes, picnics, skii. snow- shoe and canoe trips, ninnntain clinilis. overnight hikes, movies, and lectures. Any Maine student, graduate, or faculty nienilier is eligible for nienihership. The local clul) belongs to an InterctiUegiate Outing Club .Association of which many of the larger colleges in the east are members. This association issues an I.O.C.V. bulletin three times a year. It also s])onsors a three day conference every spring. Each fall COllege Week attracts members from the various clubs to a week of camping and mountain climbing. Last year an imier circle called I ' ack and I ' ine w;is fnrmed. This group carries out all iif the pl.iiis .uid business of the club. Member ' lii]i to this circle is limited to IVI.O.C. members who have ]iassed certain rei|uiremenls. led ( " urtis and Win Rob- bins are the club advisers. Ol ' ITC I ' .RS ■ ' resident Darrell llrown ice- 1 ' resident Hana Sidelinger Secretary inifre l t ' ushing Treasurer Koger (. ' .imeron o-r I .. lliiiidri ' H I- our !• " . JuUkiii s Li i cii l.. ii iili iJcaiic Mr. »iulilc» U. kich ila f t it L. initii A. Kich Hennett Findlen N. Blanchard Grindcll Woods Ryder Young Uudge Miss Spearin L. Rich E. Ashby Farnum Sibley W. Judkins 4-H Club THE College 4-H Cliih is open to all students who have completed at least one year in 4-H Club Work. At least three meetings are held during the year. A picnic is held in the spring. I st year this was in the form of a treasure hunt, in which the members gathered at W ' inslow Hall where they found the first clue on a yellow piece of paper in a hollow skull. " Treasure Island " proved to be Piney Knoll with delightful cats all hot on the fire as the treasure. . short interesting talk is usually given by a student or member of the faculty at each meeting. Games are played, songs sung, and refreshments served. The club is maintained in cooperation with the Extension Service. Its aim is to bring former 4-H Club members to; ether. keep them in touch with the progress of the work, and maintain tlieir interest in Club Work. OFFICERS President Wayne Rich Nice- President esley judkins Secretary-Treasurer nna Eliasson Advisers Mr. I.. 11. Shihies. Miss Leona Spcarin :iv Hinidrcd Ihr _ Snow Holmes Cabeen Wood Tropp Foster Gleszer Rollins Abbott Capt. Stewart Men ' s Rifle Club T I L Men ' s Rifle Club was organized and chartered by the Xatifmal Kifle Assuci- aticiH in 1916 and since that time has competed in intercollegiate rifle luatciies each official season. Matches were fired with sixteen colleges all over the coun- tr this vear. including California, Kansas, Iowa, Michigan. Lafayette. Dejiauw. ( icori ' etown. and I ' Jutgers. OFFRKKS Captain Menry H. Gersoni Manager ctor ' ! ' . Abbott AK. I r ' kll ' l,! ' : ll- ' -AM l- ' rcd A, .Xiulcrson Robert A. Cabeen Kucl M. Foster Roland M. Gleszer l- ' ranklin J. Holmes William J, Manning Reginald W. Xaugler Dfiuglas ( ' ,. Parker Donald I.. Rollins I ' liilip V. Snow Charles Tropp Elmore I.. Wofid :ZL_A_ I ' wii llitiiilrfil Six lUn. IH_ Capt. Wear (. ' anipbcll Phillips li. Titcjmli dilTorJ Hart Jordan M. Thayer Brown Stillraan Carroll Goodwin Tilconib Voung Edes Gowcn Women ' s Rifle Club UXIX ' ERSITY women have shown much interest in riflery this vear. Over forty women reported for practice to Cainain Hugh A. ■ear tlie first of [an- uary. at the rifle range in Lord Hall. Half this number were members of the freshman class. Officers were elected, and following three weeks of preliminarv shooting, a team of eighteen was i)icked for purposes of competition with other col- leges and universities in the United States. At the end of the year, prizes will be awarded to the woman having the highest season average, the second highest, and to the one showing the most improvement in marksmanship. The live first scorers will receive letters. OFFICERS Captain .Shirley C. Young Manager Doris O. Newman Secretary-Treasurer Elizabeth lordan Eileen Brown Janet Campbell Rachel Carroll Barbara Kdes Kniily Klmore Elizabeth GifTorU .MEMBERS Ruth Goodwin Betty Hart Elizabeth Jordan .Avis Lovejoy Doris Xcwnian Phyllis Phillips Ruth Shurtlcflt Jane Stillman Margaret Thayer Gertrude Titcomb Helen Titcomb Shirley Young :7_A : _7L ;,i! Humirci! % i HJ|4«i« » ' ' it,V! ' fSiPw niiiKf nnKiKK vo I GLcJlJlaH LA lA Extra-Currlcular Activities THE earliest lutii-scliolastic organizations for acti itics at Maine were concerned witli nuisic. in ISW. Tliat year there are records of four orj anizations, tlnee of them heing musical, the glee chilt. the I and, several (|iiartets. and a debating society. Six years later we find thirteen active organizations on caini)us. the added ones being the philological clnh. Deutscher erein. the civil, mechanical, and electri- cal grouiis. the agricultural, art and Jefferson clubs, and the Law Assemblv. ' ihe next year saw state and county clubs organized, the cliess club, a mandolin clul). and the Lex club. . few years later the honorary societies rose to prominence on cam])us. Scholastic achievement was placed as the basic requirement for membershi]) in these groups. Publications have formed a strong nucleus for extra-curricular activities, now being rejiresented I)y the Prism, the jldest. the Maine Caiiil iis. the weekly student newspajier which was formerly tiie Cadet, and a newcomer, the Preshimm. a mimeo- graphed weekly first issued four years ago. Student government is carried on by the Student Senate and the Women ' s Student (joverninent Association. These groujjs form a link between the student l)ody and the University officials. Religious work is sponsored by the Maine Christian .Association, which is headed by executive secre- taries in both the men and women ' s dei)artments. The official University chai)els and assemblies are arranged by the . ssociation. The band, orchestra, and chorus are the only official nuisical organizations now recognized, a strong glee club of former days having died out in recent years. Debating has assumed a new imjjor- tance on campus during the past few years, and now l)oth men and wonu ' u ' s debate teams schedule extensive out-of-state trips annually. The Maine Masque, a dramatic organization of long standing, stages four major jilays each year, bringing to the foreground new student talent in each i)roduction. The sophomore, junior, and senior classes sponsor major class dances each vear. as the highlights of the social season. The Intramural Athletic .Association revived this year an old custom, the winter carnival, in connection with the Intramural l all. Scabbard and Blade, honorary military group, stages an official dance annually. . 11 of these extra-curricular activities serve to broaden the field of knowledge of the student, whatever may be his ])ath in life. They fill a definite position in modern education. Tii ' L II -.i ' lilr, li Xhit- EUW ARD H. Kelley Tl 1 1 " . I ' lisiii l ' .ii;u-(l takes this opportuii- ilv to t ' X])ri ' ss its fjratitiule tn lulward 1 1. Ki-lk-v. fur cij, ' lit years l- ' aculty Adviser ut tlie rrisiii. fur his time and effort spent year alter year in aidint; tlie junior class in producing a better yearbook at tlie Uni- versity of Maine. XJi i 7 J V m_ I ;.. ' IliiitJri-d Ten f fj f, f, f n hf AiL - MiisIiLT Stewart _ I ' mlIMI If.j .ilU I ' lail Carlisle Pronovost Ripley W ' asgati (..row ley Willey The Prism TWE I ' KISM is the oldest student i)ulilicatinn df the I ' liivcrsilv nf Maine. It is imhlished annually by the members nf the Jnninr L ' lass. ' I ' lie editur and business manajjcr are selected after making; applicatidu tn the Class ICxecutive Liminiittcc and tlie Faculty Adviser. It has been the aim nf the editorial board of the l ' ' ,v I ' risni to produce a ear book that is a complete and accurate record of essentially everything that has taken ]ilace at the University of Maine during the past school year. It has also been the aim of the editorial board to publish a year book for the members of the Class of 1935 of which they may be ])rou l in the years to come. EUiTOR-lN -CHIEF I ' ll I I.I I ' n. Pkndki.i. Associate Editor (jeorge U. Carlisle Photograph Editor 1 )onaId M. Stewart Organizations Editor John C. Willey Literary FLditor C ynthia 1 1. W ' a.sgatt Sports Editor Wilbert 1,. I ' ronovost , ...,,,. . gnes K. Crowlev Activities F ditors ■ ,, , , • , ( Robert e . Arey Fraternity Editor Elston P. Ingalls BUSINESS M. . A(;ER SriART I I. MOSIILK ,.„■-.. Warren T. Pratt Assistant Business Managers , • , ,- r.- i Lucinda E. Riplev J f ,-V7„ :7_A. Tivo Hundred f ' ---- O ' tnlliull t iirtiii Wr.skiis DcCourcy Dow Blanchard Whitman King Cram Allan Berg Wilson Quinn Foster Morong Page Student Senate TJIM Sliulent Senate is the officially recoyiiizcd courilinating body between tlie University administration representatives and the student body. Its member- ship is made uji of tlie president of each fraternity and a dormitory and " Cam- ])tis " re]ircsentative and one delegate for every 40 otT-canipus men. It deals with all ])roblenis that the men ' s student body ])resents to the University for consideration, ' i ' he Senate in past years has handled such matters as the student loan fund, the caniini bulletin board, the ]xu " kinjj (|ucstitin. and class elections. Ol ' l ' KI ' lRS President |uhn Ouinn Vice-President lpbeus 1 .yons. jr. Secretary-Treasurer Kenneth U. l ' ' oster .Mi-:. ir.i " ,i-:s Lawrence Adkins — HK Mrnest K. (. iirliii — i;. James II. Page — M ' A .Mbcrt S. .Mian— AXA (.arlctoti K. Uavis— AXA Donald W. Ring— ATll Delniont I,. Ballard— ATA ICdward DcCoiircy— " Campus " Paul I.. Kdhbins— HOII C ' lau le K. liaker — M i Jnliii W. Iloyt— -I-IIK John V. Tompkins— ' l-K K(jl)ert licrg — TK Pclcr C. Karalekas— Ki: John P. X ' cnskus- I ' .MA Stanley H. Blanchard- . ll ' I ' Vancis Morong — Dormitory Carl .V. Whitman lIX Ernest M. Cram — 2 1; Laurence J. O ' Connell — 6X John C. Wilson — SAE ZLA o-F l) .-i Movnihaii MacKinivn ' arnviiii Scliirti Mo ■ rc l ls..n Budge Walker W ' hcflcr Linscutt Si SCO Owen Todd Story Sanders Allen Willielin Lewis Women ' s Student Government Association Tl I !■ " , omen ' s Student Cjovernment Associatiun was Inuiuled at Maine in 1919. liach uiulcrgraduate woman student upon entrance automatically becomes a member. The controlling body is a Council of twenty-one members consisting of one representative from each sorority, two non-sorority delegates, the ])residents of the dormitories, proctors uf freshman dormitories, and the president of off-campus proctors. Its purpose is to deal with all matters pertaining to the student life of its members, tf) promote high standards of honor and integrity in all mutters of jiersonal conduct, to foster a feeling of res]X)nsibility in realizing the highest standard of the University, and to encourage coo])eration in self-government. OFFICER.S President Alice 1 ) er Vice-President Jean Walker .Secretarv Miriam l.inscott Treasurer Elizabeth Schim Fern .Mien Pauline Rudge Velma Col son .Mice Dyer Roberta Lewis Miriam Linscott Marjorie MacKinnon MEMBERS OF COLXCIE Krnestinc Moore Dorothy Moynihan Clara Owen .• nn Roscnstein Claire Sanders Klizabcth Schiro .Mice Sisco Klizaheth Story Margaret Strout Doris Varnum Jean Walker June Wheeler Elizabeth Wilhelni Two lliimiriut Tliirlfiii Suceiu-y MiilU-ii l!lakc Kaplan rLiultll ln«all .S.iuittlcrs. lirwwii UtTg Krost Wasgatt Col son J. Sullivan T . Sullivan Willi y I ' ronovost Adams Whitnian K. Allen DeCourcy Harrjnian K. Allt-n furrit-r The Maine Campus THE IMAIXE CAMPUS was instituted in 1899 when the Cadet was discontin- ued. It is the student newspaper ai the L ' niversity of Maine, and covers everv ]ihase of University life. The Maine Caiii ' iis is now in its thirty-tifth volume. It is pul)lislied on ' I ' hursday of each week. This }ear two pastes were added niakins;; it a six-])a.s e newsjiaper. l-ast year and this ear tlie Campus added a new service to its functions when it liegan a series nf weekly news broadcasts over .Station W ' l.P.Z of Bangor. These broadcasts were designed to jiresent the news of tiie Uiii ersity to the ])eo])le of the state and to the akunni of the L ' niversitv. STAI ' F Editiir-in-t hief janies E. DeCourcy .Associate I ' .dilur l- ' ern .Mien Managing l dilor Philip (i. Pendell Dh ' .l ' AK I .Mh:. i ' I- ' .DIK K.S Xews ( Men ) I ' .urtdii I- ' .. Mullen Xews ( Women ) Kulh l.il l) ' S])orts Rohert Herg Society Cynthia Wa.sgatt I ' eatures Jnhn I ' . W ' illcv I ' .USIXESSSTAEF I ' lusiness Manager Roger II. Hefler .Xdvertising Manager Stanwood R. Scarles ( irculatinii .Manager Gerald Sloshcrg 1 1 II ml It ' ll • ' (Pill . Woods Wilson Hastings ThavtT Frost Elmore Rowlands Xivison Olilcr Blake tiardiKT Sullivan Aver Jones Dill Xcwell Stillman Dimilre Laverly The Freshman Tl I IC I ' RESHMAX is a weekly piihlicntion consisting of six pages ])rinted hv ineniljers of tlic freshman class. It is com]josecl of a cover i)late, a news section of four pages, and the Branding Iron, the class gossip sheet. The paper is niini- eograjihcd in various offices on the campus. Its purpose is to hind the class into a more unified body and to promote class spirit. The first freshman )a[)er was published by members of the graduating class and it has continued successfullv ever since. ST. FF Editor-in-Chief Willett Rowlands Assistant hlditor Jane . ' tillman Business Manager Robert ( )hler Circulation Manager Robert Laverty ....,.,, ( Ernest Ekback .Assistant t irculation -Managers ■! ., .,. I ilham Hooper Men ' s News I toward . tagg Women ' s Xews Elizabeth (iardner Men ' s Sports Robert Swab Women ' s .Sports Frances Jones Staff . rtist Jack Frost .Adviser Cecil Fielder Tr«ifl HimHrfii I ' ilh ' iii liordon Packard Dclimrcy Dcsjardiiis Mr. Kit- hie r I ' rt-nuvnst (llivrr C ' uiiklin Lani;l(iis Maine Christian Association Men ' s Cabinet Tl II ' ' , .Maine (. hristian Associatidu ccniducts tin- rclij icnis siTvict-s ni tlic L ' liiver- sity. It is ciiin])()se(l of a student group with a faculty lii-ad and arranges for prnniinent assembly sjieakers, sjjeakers for other ])uri)oses. sends out religious (Icjiuiations, carries on discussion groups and student-faculty retreats fur the ]nir- pijse of orienting the students with current thought, and in general attenijits tobroad- i-n the student ' s religious life by encouraging individual thought. ' J ' he Men ' s C ' a])inet ])uhlishes the 1-rcshiiiau flaiulhooh. conducls orientation services during hVeshnian Week, sponsors tlie hreshnian recejition. and plans for all student religions (irk. ( U ' l ' lt. MRS rresident I ' aul l.anglois Vice- President 1 ienry C ' onklin ' ireasurer Tiieodore Wood Secretarv I -ionel Desjardins l ' " acultv . dviser Cecil Ci. Fielder (iorald Beverage Henry t ' imklin I.iiinol Desjariliiis mI ' :mri-:rs . If red Ciordoti ClitT I, add Paul l.anglois ViTnoii Packard Tlnmias Keed Theodore Wood 7LJi_ ' ■ ' " ' -V Tif yL i _ ' o-f I .-. ' ii Ihiudrfd Sixlecu Kliasson Allrn Moy niliaii Runic ru Miss Ring Giffor.l Wormwood iianey Walker Ripley Libby Sleeves Maine Christian Association Women ' s Cabinet TIllC wdineu ' s (irsjanization, connected with the National Student Council of N ' .W ' .C.A.. is a fellowship of students handed in the common desire to " realize a full and creative life. " and to make that life possible for others. The cabinet meets and ])lans ])icnics. conferences, retreats, lectures, and worship services. The whole association shares the execution of these jjlans. The associa- tion meets for discussion of unlimited scope ; race prejudice, religion, vocations. ])er- sonal problems, current world events are a few of the topics discussed. OFFICERS President Mildred I laney ' ice-President Ruth I.ibby .Secretary Louise Sleeves Treasurer Rena Allen CAIUXFT Mi:.Ml KRS R. Allen R. I.ibbv L. Steeves .■ . Campbell J. MacKenzie J. Walker A. Eliasson D. Moynihan C. Wasgatt E. Gifford L. Ripley E. Wilhelm M. Haney D. Romero K. Wormwood ' till llimilrcd Sc-ii-nli-ii Urii.lriLks II. IlrowTi Kn.sl Mnrion Coiielaiul t lord on IJfvcrasf Her rick Hoolhliy D. Itr.un Clark Mr. Morris W . Itr«»v Iluglu-s Stewart Jiidkins Kfitinan Debating Society MI-.X ' S (lcl)atinfj for the year 1 33-4 lias proceetk-d almi " ; the jii ' iK-ral liiu-s laid iiiit two yi ' ars asjo. The aim has l)ceii to have as many iiu ' ii as ])ossil)k " t ' lijjage ill (.-ontcsts or (h ' sciissions witli other scliools in sucli a manner as to capal)ly rci)reseiit their own I ' niversitw I ' he ])lan has lieen coiiiiiiiied of coinnuinity and grange (k ' l)ates hetween teams of ilie I ' liiversitv- iironj). Indivichial siieakiiig lias been encouraged as a deve ' .()])nieiital mechuni. I lie mimlier of colleges and univer- sities engaged has somewhat increased. A new typt ' of discussion of a forum type has heen initiated, hour schools are rciirc eiited in this t |)e of discussion. The anmifil tri]i cxti ' iids to the I ' niversitv of I ' ciiiisyl aiii;i this year. Stanwood Searles ' . 4. I)a icl I ' irnwn ' . ' i- llaniilinn lldnihln ' ,v . and SarL;eni l ii sell ' ,v rejiresenting Maine. .Mi ' .Mr.i ' .K.S SpiirKciiii Piriijaiiiiii .XfliK ' y H. Hdiitliliy Robert Berg Richard Briggs David Brown Henry Brown Woodford Brown ( liM.rtJo I ' lark l ' " loyd IClwcll Ronald Gleszer Alfred Gordon Roger Heflcr Kar l Mendrickson 1-riil Jnilkins . rnold Kaplan I ' orrest Morton I ' .dward Redman .Sargent Riissell .Stanwood Searles Chester Smith .(( 1 1 mill W i I helm Stt-warl Mr. Brickcr Folger Crowley Otscn (jocdwin Women ' s Forum THE women ' s forum, organized iliis year, meets every niDnth to discuss ques- tions of current importance. ' I ' he interest and attendance to date have been most encouraging. From the women of tliis group interested in debating, the varsity del)ating team is cliosen. The team mikes one rather extended trip, during s])ring vacatio)i. and usually .several debates ere held on the cam])us. During the ])ast live years the women ' s teams have taken ]«rt in over forty debates, most of them decision, and have lost only six. .-Kmong their o|)])onents have been Rates. Colby. Emerson College of Oratory. .Springfield Internationil. I ' oston L ' niversity. . ew York University. I ' psala. L ' rsinus, Haverford. Rhode Island .State. Pembroke. RadclifFe. and Colum- bia I niversitv. Eva Bisbcc Celia Cohen x ' AKsriv Di.i ' .A rixc, l ea.m Kiitl) (ioiidwiii .Mice Stewart Ruth WaleiUa Xutt ' iner Hinkley Sparrow Alpert McLcIlan Prof. Sprague Hall S. Young Brown Gilford Carr Todd S. Young Tiicomb Kimball Hopkins Orchestra THE University of Maine Orchestra has been an outstandinfj musical organiza- tion on tlie cani])us. In 1930 it was under (Jalen I. N ' eayo and in tlie following years under I larojd ( ). 1 )(i(.-. I )uring the past year the orchestra has been under the capal)le leadershi]) of Professor . delhert Wells Sprague. In 1931 the orchestra gave a concert and dance in the F re ver Citv Hall. L ' ntil tlie fall of 1933 the orchestra ])erfornied at the Maine Mascjue plays. In the annual Music Xight ])rograni it acconi])anies the L ' niversity C horus and soloists. Profksror . i)i;i.hi;i(t ' i;i,i s Si ' KAi.ri;. I. unducior l ' " sriii:K r. tAiiK. .ManaL ' cr ' lOI.INS ' lol.AS Clarinets W ' oodford Brown (KTtrndc Titconil) (icorge Mcl.ellan Sidney Hcrshon Sliirley Young Dorothv Xnit .Mfrcd .ScliriviT KInuT Crowlev N ' aiicy Woods Ivsthcr Carr Harold SaimdiTs KiMirick Sparrow Stank y YminK Htiiriitla CHIT Cki.i.os Douglass Carr Hcniice Hopkins Kmh Hinkloy Oboe Tm-MI-KTS Howard Moslicr Klizalitlli (iilTord Kiitli Todd Piano Ixutli Kinil)all Leo Viner Lionel Dcsjardins Sylvia . lpert Madaline I ' razior 7 _ i. CF-f ' Wl- I i. ' ii lliiiitlri-il Sivii v The Maine Band THE L ' liiversity of .Maine l aiul is directed hy I ' rufesscir S])rague of ilie Music Department, and lias a well balanced instrumentation of seventy pieces. The hand jilays at all varsity athletic coni]Xftitions at home, and accompanies the foothall and track teams to other colleges in the state. The hand also plays at Military Reviews, Music Xight, and Commencement. Student Director .Stanley M. Voung Drum Major Edward l ' ' . P rarmann Manager Klnx irc 1 .. ( " id idr,-)i ' rwn. ' v- ' . ' ' I. ' Ciuiuly Knwliinds . lnr[ili ' Cheer Leaders RAIL rail, rah! Kah. rah, rah! Illume art- tlic cheerleaders doinjj their hit tor Maine. It ' s a sizable hit. l(ii . W ' lK ' iiever Maine ' s jjoal-line is threatened, and the immwiI has settled hack inti) letiiarf, ' y and hlues, the cheerleaders kee|i up the ]ie|i. I )ressed in white rtaniiels and sweaters, they wave their hhu- inej;ai hiines frantically and urj e nn the clieerinj;. which so ol ' ten j, ' ives the le.ini that e.xtra ))hick necessary for a tnuchdnwn. That their voices will he hnarsi ' and raspin-; Ikmi excniui; cnnies or that the cliill . ' o eni- l)er wind hites throuj,di tlu ' ir clothing is of iki consideration. Their mie iiioui;ht is to urge the team on to victory. Up t;o till ' iiie,L;aphoiirs now ! Miis time it ' s the ruckei cheer. F.rnest ] " lkhack I ' -dwin tioudv James Hanson Leo Miir])hy W illett l ci l CT-F VVt ' l ' -o lliiiiitriul I iKiiii MtisluT t oojicr Trot. Hailcy I ii alls Pronovost Holmes FnstiT Mr. Urickt-r W ' illcy Brown Libby I,.i li,-iiuc Mi-rrill Ingcrsun Ripley GagiKin Murong Sawyer Siscu The Maine Masque Till-; Maine Mas(|uc. dramatic organization at the University uf Maine, was formed in 1910. growing out of an organization known as the University of Maine Dramatic Ulul). Since tliat time the Mas(|uc lias worked diligently in its j)resentation of the better plays, some modern and some classical. It so i)alances its program of plays that it may suit the dramatic tastes of all. I-Jist summer the chapel in .Ahimni Ilall was remodelled and theatre scats in- stalled, making a line Little ' Iheatre. OFFICER.S President John Willey Vice-President IClston Ingalls Secretary Lucinda Ripley Business Manager Roy Holmes Stage Manager Wilhert Pronovost ,. „ ,, V Allegra Ingerson Lo- Property Managers , , " , . ' .Almon Coo])er Historian rlene Merrill Wardrobe Mistress Charlotte Lachance mi-:miu-:rs Spurgeon Benjamin Lorenzo (jagncm .■Xrlene Merrill Dorothy Sawyer . !nu)n Cooper Roy Holmes Francis . Iorong .Alfred .Sweeney Winifretl Cashing Allegra Inger.soii Stuart Moshcr John Willey Wilhert Fifield IClston In.g;alls Wilhert Pronovost The idore Wood Kenneth Foster riK)rI,,it,- Lachance Lucinda Ripley Richard Wooster ;,.. " As You Desire Me ' JUNIOR WEEK at tlu- L ' liivcrsity nf Maim- was tlie occasion for tin- ])resenta- tioii of Lilian Pirandello ' s mystical, tliou ' lit-i)rovoking drama. " As Vou Desire Me. " iM-iK ' stinc .Merrill was cast for the leadini; role in which she displayed unusual dramatic charm and exceptional statue technii|ue. She was supported by .several veteran Mas([ue members, and the applause jjiven the cast indicated that the play was well received by the larsje audience that witnessed the iierformance. The cast— Ernestine Merrill, l-Llston lnj, ' alls. Uiith Harding, Edward Little, Harold Barrett. Pauline Harmon, John Willey. l.ora ISrown, Alfred Sweeney. V.W .- abctli Gray, Barbara Sawyer, William j .utler, IClinor Hill. h r U n ± Ar r -Ji LZ__ : if o-f I .. ' ii IliiiiJri ' il I uu-iil -l mir i " Counsellor at Law " THE Maine Mas(|iie opened tlie ly.U season on ednesday an l lluirsdav eve- nings. Xoveniljcr S and 9. in the new plaxlinusc. the Little ' I ' lieatre. I)v i resent- ing to an appreciative audience " Counsellur at Law. " a three act comedy dealing with contemporary life in New York Cit . Thendorc Wood. Agnes Crowley, and Margaret Snow deserve much credit tor the manner in which thev ]X)rtrayed diffi- cult parts. The cast : Ruth Libby. Agnes Crowley. Theodore Wood. Margaret Snow. Jack Frost. Almon Coo])er. Ernest Foster. George Weatherbee. . lfred Sweenev. Bettina Sullivan. Lionel Desjardins. Paul I nglois. James Day. Dorothy Sawver. Stuart Mosher, Eleanor Briscoe, Mabel Robinson. Robert I verty. James Temple. Charles Lcavitt. Stanford Blake. Francis Austin. Ernest Saunders. Gardner Grant. Alice McMullen, Evelyn Morrison. Wesley Xurton. William Wiiiting. Stanley Cowin, Pauline Cowin, William Manning. - f j: ji I7_A .iv IliiiiilrcJ iKf III Y-lil ' i " Death Takes a Holiday " Till - Masi|ue ' s sccoiul MlTcriiig ui the l ' ' 33-,U scasdii was " Dealh ' I ' akes a lloli- dav. " by Allierto (. ' ast ' lla. adajited for tlu ' American stage by Walter Ferris. Elstoii Ingalls ami C liarlnitc- l.acliance interpreted the leading roles. Willi a wcU-halanced cast, effective scenery, and good lighting, the drama was enthusiastically received by a large audience. The dates of the ])roduction were December 6 and 7, 9?i?i. 1 he cast was: CHra. Hope Wing: l- ' edele. Lionel Desjardins: . lda. Ruth Kimball: Duke. Richard W ' ooster : Duchess Steiihanie. Ruth Walenta ; I ' rincess of San l.ucca, Alice .Sisco ; I ' .aron L ' esarea. bilm ille ; Rlioda l ' enton, Kitta Davis; I ' ic b ' enton. Howard Slagg ; Corrado. Robert .Xorris; (irazia. Charlotte Lachance ; His .Serene Highness Prince Sinki of ' italba .Mexandri, {• " Istoii Ingalls; Major Whitread. I ' aul I .anglois. " Both Your Houses " F( )R the third ntifcring of tlu- current season the Maine Masqne selected .Max- well Anderson ' s " Both Your Houses. " Pulitzer F ' rize play of 1933 and a de- lightful jiolitical satire, and presented it on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Marcii 14 and 15. in the Little Theatre. Prof. l ailey and Herschel Rricker of the Public Speaking de]iartnient. each had important roles and did much to make the play successful. The drama was es])ecially impressive and ap])ropriate due to its timeliness in coming in a jieriod of economic unrest, and it obviously had a distinct a])peal to the audience. The cast : Helen linker. Margaret .Snow. .Mfred .Sweeney. Mark liailey. I ' rancis Morong. Forest Morton. William Whiting. Kenneth Xash. i ' Vancis L jrd. I ' aul Woods, Bettina Sullivan, . lmon (. ' ooper. William .Manning. Robert l.averty, Herschel Bricker. Earl Brown. Tu. ' o Huiidrcii Twciity-St ' vi ' ii Sinclair -pi IK syiv; Tiic- comcil til the last assisted. Military Ball Scalil)ar l and lllade Society, hdiini-ary military sncicty, sponsored its aii- .Militar r.all mi I )i ' cc ' n)licr 1 _ ' this yvar. hie Kcniian and his original Penn- uiians furnished the nnisic and twn Imndred couples attended. Iliiimrary i.ieutenant Cdlonel, Miss Charlotte I.achance. was officially wel- hcr new office h ' Miss Madelene I ' .unker who idled that position during ear. in an impressive scene in which all the Scahhard and Blade nienihers J.conard I I nut e( (MMlTTlCh: . rdon Mercier, Chairman George arrrn Charles Sinclair gS ' iii mi j f ..;::::: ii„i,.h,.i r...„ :.r;.,i,i Roderick Osgood Lcihly MacBride Intramural Ball FOLLOWING the custom inaugurated last year, a " (Jueen nf tlie Hall " was chosen by a secret committee at tlie annual Intranuiral I ' all in February. I lelen W. Walker, of the class of 19.M. was awarded a bnmzc loving cuji. on the basis of beauty, jiersonality, character, and charm. Lloyd KatTnel and his CJeorgians. featuring janey KalTnel. jxppular blues singer, furnished the nnisic for the atTair. George E. Osgood COMMITTEE John n. Leddy. Chairman .M. Milton .Mae! ' .ride Burleigh A. Roilerick - _ ! r JL 7 _7L Morrisi) Murphy Sophomore Hop S( )I ' IK)M(M I : nop was staged in all its glory on Aiiril 1. . as the first (ifficial scicial fuiu-tinn nf tlu ckiss nf ]9Mi. Lloyd Kaffm.-! ;;nd tiie Georgians played idr till- all; ir wliich was held in the .Menmrial ( i nniasinni. The cnniinittee in charge is in he cnns ntuh ' .ted li ir its Ihie w nrk mi putting cm the I lop. foMMii ri ' :i-: Allied Sweeney, ( ' irnrnrni liihn I ' ' iii;ai1 - I ' li lli I laniilliin David White l (ihle Murrisnn leii lluiulii ' il Thlrlv Lonl Muri.h: CI.- Jun lor rrom STALWART men in sltek tuxc(li)es. and dainty ladies in l)eautiful evcninsj t, ' i) vns. will dance in an atmnsijhere )f festivity and sjaiety on tlie evenino; of Mav 4 at Memorial Gymnasium, when the Class of 1935 gives its I ' romenide. Soft lights, sweet music, together with l:eai;tift:l decorations will lend th.eir charm in hel])ing to make this event the most im])ressive social function thus far in the liistory of the class. CO.MMIT ' I [• " .l-: Harold I. ird. jr.. Chairman X ' ivian Clemons I.lovd Koonz Willard Crane Donald ]Muri)liv J .£ .J1 T n I I rhi Favor Poole Grange Carlisle Richardson Junior Week Jr. |( »l W l ' " ,l£K for thf Class of in. 3 ln-i ins with the presentation of a play l)y the Maine lasque. on Wednesday and Thursday evi ' niii,y;s. May i-3. under the direction of Professor Mark liailex ' . C)n Friday all Juniors will he excused from classes. The day will coninieiice w-ith the annual juiiinr Week chajiel in Memorial (iymnasium. The chief S])eaker iias not, at the time of i oinij to ])ress, been ohtained. ( jeorge Cobh. president of the class, will preside at the cluqiel. and give an address to the class. Immediately after the chapel the ta])])ing of the .Senior .Skulls will take place in front of ilie Gymnasium. .Saturday morning the l ' " resiimaii hasehall team will play A.l ' .l. In the after- noon the X ' arsity track team « ill o])])osf .Sjiringl ' ield in a dual meet, and the hVeshmen w ill run against a comhineil team t ' nni])iisecl ol I .ec, Millinocket. ( )ld I own. ( )rono, and I ' .rewer. II )M. inri-.i ' . Sam havor, t hairman ( ieorge ( arli lr I ' .tta ( iraiiL ' e Donald Toole Walter Richardson 1-Ji 7 _ _ .-Jj A i f ij ' ' ii ' ii lliiiiiliiul ThirlvTu ' ii Foster Blant ' hanl Page Young Dnvis Commencement Week Ti tlie Seniors, tlie busiest and most interesting time of the school vear l)e,i;ins witli the Friday of C " (jmmencement Week. Class Day Exercises are usually held in the Oval. The speeches are made by members of the graduating class. and are. perhaps, one of the most enjoyable parts of all the exercises. After the exer- cises a ])ageant. sponsored by the .Ml Maine Women, is given, in the evening the President ' s Reception takes place in the chapel, followed by the Student Hoj) in the gym. The ne.xt day. Saturday, is tilled with fun and excitement ])lanned by the . lunnii. The Alumni Banquet and Mop take place in the gym. and are one of the biggest and best times of the week. On Sunday. Baccalaureate Services are held in the chajiel. Commencement Day is Monday. The exercises for this day are alscj held out- doors in the Oval. This is a solemn occasion for the Seniors, for many, the most im])ortant in their entire four years. Degrees are conferred and an address is given. In the evening C inmencement Ball takes placj in the gym. PROGRAM COMMITTRb: Stanley II. I ' llanchard Kenneth C. h ' osler Dorothy 1- " . Davis janu-s 11. Page .Shirley C. dung BALLCOMMITTKR James E. DeCourcy E. ClilTord I. add Roger H. llefier Effie A. Mayberry Gordon T. Richardson 3Lyi_ _ i m Ti ' « Iliiiitlrrd riiirlv-Thn-i MlI.T Geow.k I ' -MMY 1K. X— MR. JUMOK X, in fact. . plu.Uisrapliic c..ml ina- tiuii of the 1)est ( ? ) qiialitii-s of tlic six laddies strewn alxiut the paRi ' . .May Ik- clioose the straight and narrow patli. Mm 1 Ion M I 1)1. K Tico HiiiiJri-d Thirty- I ' oiir PllVI.MS Kltii MISS X— MISS JUXIOR X. frankly. Behold the ultimate in co-eds at Maine. These six loyal lassies contributed to the making 111 the ideal junior woman. Long live the Queen. C_ YXTI11. 1 ;:a;.u... MlKI. M 7Ly_ ±jE_iL n :7_A Tivo Hundred Thirty-Five 1 y J .L.. ■■■ " Youngs Curtis McClurc Buariiman Parsons Uall MacIJridc Cor bet I Gardner Athletic Association WITHOUT a doul)t the University of Maine has been having one nf tht- most successful periods in her atliletic history, and prospects point toward a con- tinuance of that success. This success is due in no small i)art to the . thletic Association and the cooperation it has received from students, coaches, faculty, aixl alumni. The . thletic Hoard is conducted in the interest of all. its memhers bein .j made up of faculty, students, alumni, and trustees. The past few years have seen a decided increase in the squads and the interest in athletic activity. The completion of the new Memorial (lyninasium has been a great boon to Maine athletics. We now have one of the best athletic plants in the country : the indoor field is said tf) be the second largest of its kind in the world. The comjjletion of the new baseball field this s])ring will be an aid to this sjjort. In addi- tion, a rise of interest in tennis and golf has been noted. With the new gynniasium. varsity basketball would be promoted if other Maine colleges would sjwnsor it. L ms :7_A_ fMWl u — ' rh i AT- ZL. ZR_Ji i 4 n_ ■• " " wo Hundred Til: Coaching Staff F. M. Brice W. C. Ken vox P. A. JdNES C. A. Jenkins Fred M. Brice I lead X ' arsity Foothall and PjaM- ' liall Coach l-rc(l Uriel- started his cuacliiiig career at Piiikerton Academy in 1908. Three years later lie became football and baseball mentor at Manchester. Xew Hampshire. High School. With nine out of ten football cham- pionships to his credit at Manchester, he ac- cepted the jiositioii of head varsity coach of football and baseball at Maine in 1921. Since then. Pale I ' lue elevens have captured eiijlu titles outright and two ties. His baseball teams have likewise enjoyed successful sea- sons. Coach Brice has received national rec- ognition by serving on various committees on the . nK-rican I ' nntball Coaches Associa- tion. William C. Kenyon .Assistant X ' arsity l- ' ootball Coach I ' rcshman Baseball and Basketball Coach Coach Kenyon went to Georgetown Uni- versity in 1919 where he was captain of base- ball lor two years and played football four years. During his second season at the head of the baseball nine (ieorgctown won the in- tercollegiate championshi]). In football he received .Ml-.Sonthern mention all four years and accredited .Ml-.-Xmerican mention in 1921. He played professional football in Pennsyl- vania and was a member of the New York (jiants in 1925. Accepted present position in 1926 and has turned out exceptionally fine basketball s |uads. His 193.1 I ' rcsbman cnnri team was undefeated. Chester A. Jenkins Freshman and ' arsity Coach of Track, Relay, and Cross Country Chester Jenkins was graduated from Dart- mouth College in 1911. with a B.S. degree, where he had competed in the half and one mile runs. He taught and coached in high schools for ten years. In 1914 he coached track at Huntington Preparatory in Boston and won many intcrscholastic meets in Xew ICngland. In 1921 he went to Bates as .As- sistant Professor of Chemistry and track coach. He became head track coach at the University of Maine in 1928. Since then, his Pale Blue track teams have won four State Championships and two Xew England championships. His freshman teams have been undefeated for five years. Jenkins re- ceived his .M..S. degree from Maine. Philip A, Jones l- " reshnian l- ' ootball Coach Phil Jones went to the University of Maine in 1919 but transferred to the University of California. He also did special work at Springfield College and Inns of Court at London, luigland. He saw two years of war service in I ' rance during the World War. Before accepting his present position, in 1929, he was jihysical director and coach at Rock- land High School, McAllister Private School for Boys at Concord, Mass., and Mansfield Teachers College, Mansfield, Penn. During the summer he is owner and director of ilatchet Mountain Camp for I ' oys at Hope. .Miiinc, lL_n. cr-F Two Uunircd Thirly-Liijhl Varsity Football n ATI-:U the weakest and lightest s(|ua l in the Pine Tree State. Coach " Koxy l- c(l " Brice ' s 1933 varsity football team surprised all sport critics to finish first. dianipions of the state ol .Maine. (Iraduatiun the previous spring had taken its toll, and pripspcLts durinf; the early part of the season were not so bright. . s a nucleus for his team, the Pale Blue men- tor had Don Favor. Maine ' s triple threat man. and Ted I ' lUtler. speedy liallback of the 1932 season in the back- field. True, the coach still had (jeorgc Cobb at center and Phil Parsons and Ken .Mdrich at ends, and Sam Kcese had some experience as substitute for Johnny Wight, but what if the remainder of the line and backfield? Cjraduation had taken one complete backfield. Johnny Wilson at quarter. " . lcl " Means at half. " CiW " Robertsliaw at full- back, and " Mun " Koniansky at cither half or fullback. The issuance of the sheepskin had also deprived the Black I ' .ear (if four powerful linesmen. Captain Pike and l- " rank Craig at tackle, and Sam Caldcrwood and John Wight at guard. But Fred Bricc was not discouraged. Ted Butler was destined to guide the team from his old position at halfback, while Don Favor did the kicking and passing from the quarterback i osi- tion. From the bench came Milt MacBride, sidestepping back of the 1935 yearling club, little heard from last year, but destined to make himself well known before the end of the current sea- son. From the 1936 squad came Bob I.ittlehalc to attempt to fill the shoes of that powerful plung- ing fullback. Robertshaw. To back up this seemingly inexperienced (|uartet. was a line of four veterans and three former sulistitntcs. (ieorge Cobb at center. Phil Parsons and Ken Aldrich at ends. Sam Reese and Dick Hill at guard, and Dana Sidelinger and Clayton Totman as tackles. The reserves consisted of Cai ' TAI.s Pak.sona I ' jid I- ' avok Right Halfback TllK I-l.NE IliinJri-d I ' orly Ilnlicrly ami O ' Ccumcll. ciuls; l-ilcs. tackle; Ucssdiii and Davis, guards: and Honor and Higgins. hacks. Thus it would seem that the 19,W fcH)tl)all squad at the University of Maine was out of runninj; as far as the state championship was concerned. Hut Coach IJrice has a nickname. " Foxy Fred, " and he upheld that title. In- troducing a douhlc shift, an l trick plays known as " E.x- I.a.v. " and ■■N " .R.. ., " the Pale Blue mentor was ahlc to ■■pull " stunts that were ballling even to the powerful Yale eleven. The players, too, showed that they were unw-illing to consider defeat. Ted Butler was usually ahlc to spring the right play at the right time. The Favor- Parsons pass- ing comhination was ei|ually good. On a fake reverse. Milt MaclJride, with his fancy sidestepping, sciuirnicd through the lioles made hy the line as only a s!ipi)erv eel can. and Hoh l.ittlehale proved himself worthy of his |K sition with his powerful line plunges. So nnich for the team. Opening the season against Rhode Island at Orono on September 30, the Pale Blue squad outplayed the Rams in first downs and yards gained, only to be defeated wlien halfback Mantcnulo, intercepting a pass on his own two yard line, ran ninety-eight yards with perfect interference for the only score of the game. Tlie Bears had outrushed the Rhode Island team by more than fifty yards, including .Mantenuto ' s long run. and gained eight first downs to their three, but luck was against the Maine team. . gainst Yale the following week the Black Bear commanded the interest of the entire football world by holding Yale to a 14-7 score. It was the first time in thirteen years that Maine had scored on Yale. Sports writers all over the country heaped praise on the Pine Tree State fighting team. . s one sports writer said, ■■Maine beats Y ' ale first team 7-0; Eli reserves defeat Maine 14-0, ' On October 14, on Alumni Field, the Pale Blue de- feated Lowell Textile 14-0 in a decisive game. Butler, .MacBride, and 1-ittlehale were going great guns that day. and the whole team clicked to register the two-touchdown victory. Fullback . thanas ' kicking kept the pigskin away from the Lowell goal at several critical moments. The following week the New Hampshire jinx ap- peared on the Orono field, and a blocked kick in the final minutes of play gave the Granite state team a 0-0 victory. Maine outrushed and outplayed them through the entire game. . iul .so with three defeats and one victory the .Maine team entered the .State series. In the Bates opener. Coacli Brice ' s charges emerged on top to the tune of 12-7. I- ' rom the very kick-off the Orono men started a march for tin goal and finally carried it over. In the second half Maine again scored, and although Bates had a chance to win with our loss to get the extra point, they never got beyond midfield. The following week Colby was humbled 18-7. after a bad start in the first half. The third period saw Maine Start rolling and finish on top during the last quarter. D.wis, Left Guard O ' CoNNELL, Left End judb, Right Guard TikO Hundred t ori] ToT.M.w, KIkIiI Tackle r On November II, before a throng of students and Alumni on the annual Homccimiins Day. Bowdoin was crushed 12-0. never once threatening the Pale Blue Roal line. Two blocked punts were more or less responsible lor the Maine victory. University of Maine now had undisputed claim to the title nf ST. TE CH. ' MPIOXS. CAMF. I ' .V (iAMR Rf IODIC Isi.ANlJ 6 Maine Intercepting a pass on his own two yard line. Man- tciuito. Kliode Island halfback, raced ninety-eight yards with perfect interference for the only score of this initial tilt for the Bricemen in the 1933 season. The touchdown came at the opening of the second period after the Pale Blue squad started a march from their own forty-three yard line. On three plays, MacBride. Higgins, and Favor picked up twenty-three yards. Then I.ittlehale and Butler carried the ball to Rhode Island ' s ten yard line. After two unsuccessful pas.ses Favor tossed one into the arms of Mantenuto who raced the ninety-eight yards to score. The Rams were unable to gain the extra point. .• lthciugh defeated, the Black Bears outplayed the visitors througliout the conllict. but lost .several chances to score. They gained 1% yards in rushing to Rhode Island ' s 145. which included Manleiuitn ' s spectacular run. The Pale Blue garnered eight lirst downs while I ' rank Kccnev ' s charges onlv obtained three. Vale 14 Mai.ne 7 Rich, KikIiI Irttklc October 7, 1W3. is a memorable day for Coach Fred Bricc a nd his 19,?.? scpiad. . nd why not? On that day. in the Yale Bowl, the Pale Blue team leaped into the lime- light in the football world as it held the Yale Bulldog to a 14-7 score. It was the lirst time a Maine eleven ever scored on Yale in the thirteen years of contests between these two colleges. Let George Trevor, of tin- New York .Sun. continue, " ... .Maine had scored on Yale. " .Scored! That doesn ' t begin to tell ll e story of how Maine ' s big-hearted bantams bedeviled the vaunted giants of Yale from whistle to whistle; of how that rela- tively slight Pine Tree line slopped the Big Blue varsity cold for two periods; of how the lighting Orono men — standing at bay like the glowering black bear of their native woods when cornered in the timber " slash " by a surprised trapper — hurled back the dervish-like dashes of Bob Las- sitcr, the sharp jabs of .Stan I ' nller. and the catapultic lunges of .Andy Callan. " Yes, Maine had scored on Yale, and it was Bob I.ittle- hale. who. after four plunges at the Bulldog line, carried the ball over for the score. .Ml of the Black Bear team completely baffled the Yale scpiad ; Ted Butler brilliantly calling the plays; Don Favor passing to Phil Parsons who seemed to pop up from nowhere ; and those two slippery ' uiiiii loi ly.- 1 w IV itfi l ertliiu KlIDllK ISLA. I 1 hacks. Higfji ' is and MacHride. No small credit can he jjiveii to the linesmen either. Maine received plenty of pub- licity in the sporting world that day. One sports writer says. " Maine defeats Yale first team 7-0, Bulldog reserves check Pale Blue 14-0. " .M.M.VK 14 l.OUKI.L . ftcr astounding gridiron ferities a week previous with their stand against Yale. Coach Brice ' s charges kept up their good performance with a deci- sive 14-0 win over Lowell Tex- 1.11 i 1.1.11 All. tile on .Alumni Field. .V ma- lU Ti.t.K Fullback chine-like backfield piloted by Quarterback Ted Butler uncorked fake bucks, reverses, and double shifts, to prove too balfling for the scrappy visiting eleven. Milt MacBride, elusive halfliack. and Bob I.ittlehale, plunging sophomore fullback, made substantial gains for the Oroiio lads throughout the contest. Receiving the ball on their own twenty-five yard line, the Pale Blue gridsters marched down NtU llA.Mfsillki. TvL ' o Hundred Forty-Tlirci Xicw 1 1. Mi ' ini i-. tlic field ti) tlic goal. Mac- Bride sccirins tlie toiichdnwii. In the seciMul period, witli i ' aviir, l.ittle]iale, Butler, and .MacBride carryiiis tlie l all, the pigskin was hrought tn tlie Lowell twenty-nine yard stripe. On the next play. I ' avor faded hack and un- corked a pass to Co-Captain Phil Parsons, who, juggliui; the hall as lie ran. managed to gras]) it firmly just as he crossed the line with the Tech safety man at his heels. Fa- vor place-kicked both extra P ' lints. The kicking of Louis . th- anas stood out for the visi- tors, and his long boots dur- ing the second half were largely resjionsihle for keeping the Black Bear from endangering the opponent ' s goal, Tliis cannot he said of the first half of the tilt, lor it was in the first two periods that the Orono men piled up llieir 1-4-0 lead. llOXI ' R Halfback Besson Right Guard f 23 Bt K l ki -J fei tl i m -i Bi Bail a-f m_ ;,..,. ' ; I ' v-l-aitr L OI.BY 1 . Hami ' siiiki: 6 Mk. The Wildcat jinx seemed to be still hovering over the niack Rear as a blocked kick in the final minutes of play gave Xew Hampshire a 6-0 victoHi ' over faine on Alum- ni Field October 21. This was the third consecutive tilt in which a blocked kick in the final period resulted in either a win or a tie for the Granite Staters. . s in the Rhode Island game, the vis- itors were completely out- played. faine seemed well on her way to score in the second periixl when she marched forty-nine yards to Xew Hampshire ' s three-yard line. But the Xew Hampshire stonewall held for downs to pre- vent the score. Living up to pre-game forecasts, Don Favor and Bob Haphey engaged in a punt- ing duel with Haphey averaging forty-two yards and Favor forty-one. In the final miiuites. Favor, standing on his own ten-yard line, attempted a quick kick. But the Cowell-coached line proved too powerful for a lighter Pale Blue line, and . ndrews broke through to block the kick and retrieve the ball behind Maine ' s goal for the only score of the game. M.acBride Left Ha1fl)ack HiGOIXS Right Halfback B.MKs T:ii ' Ihindrrd I Mai NIC 12 I ' .atks 7 Opening the State Series at Lewiston on October 28, a tlirice-detcated Black Bear eleven thoronglily " cuffed " the Bobcat squad 12- " . The punch and power of the Bricemen was demonstrated almost immediately after thi- kickoff, I- ' rom its own twen- ty-nine yard line. Maine started the march to the g«?.l. Loose-hiijjied and flashy step- ])ins; Milt MacBridc aided by Liltlehalc and Butler. carried the pigskin to the six-yard stripe. In the next four plays, Bob I.ittlebale battered the Garnet frontier to score. Soon after the score. Favor ' s kick from behind his own goal into the high wind gave Bates the ball on Maine ' s nineteen-yard line. .After five drives, Pricher carried the ball over the goal and rushed the extra point. Following llu- kick(j|T in tlie second half, the Pale Blue again staged a drive to the Bobcat goal which terniinate l in a trick underhand pass from I ' avor to .Mdrich who scored, giving SinF.MNC.F.R Left Tackle . XIIKRS0X Right Halfback Colby ' " ii ' o Hundred I ' orlySi. ' Racker I.cfl Tackle Maine a 12-7 lead. Favor ' s failure to kick tlie extra point gave Bates a diaiu-e for vic- tory. I)iit the Iiobcat from then on never once got be- vond inidfu ' ld. Ma INK IS Coi.HV 7 Coming back strong in the second half of the Colby- Maine series tilt, the Pale Blue gridsters turned a 7-0 Colby lead into an 18-7 vic- tory for the Ornno lads. The first touchdown came in the third period when Sidelinger recovered .-Mdcn ' s fumble on the White Mule 46-yar(l stripe. With a series of i)asses by Favor and Mac- Bride, ending with one by the former to Littlehalc the pigskin was over the goal. .• fter battling back and forth, the Black Bear received the ball on Colby ' s 26-yard line as Peabody ' s partially blocked punt rolled outside. MacBride reversed to carry the ball si.xtccn yards. l.ittleliale bucked the line thrice, and on the fourth down, with one of Brice ' s pet plays, I ' utler Colli! Center BOWDOIN Tfi ' d Hundred Forlx-Si-. ' cit BOWDOIX went armiiKl left I ' liil fur tlic score. The final score was an- nexed when Littlehale inter- cepted a Mule toss, and af- ter a series of plays with MacRride. Favor, and Little- hale toting the hall. I ' .ntler whirled his way through ri.sht tackle and over iIk- line. M.MNK i ' .ciW 1)111 Two hlotked punts, one yt ill tlie second quarter and the citlier in the last play of the third jieriod, were indi- I III rectly responsihle for two Doucherty Right TackK- touchd.iwns which gave Right Knd .Maine a l- ' -H victory over Rowdoin and an undisputed claim to the State Series title. The Polar Bear outrushed the Orono Bruin nine hrst downs to eight, l)nt not once did the in- vader threaten the home-team goal. Both Pavor ' s high kicks and Butler ' s run-I)acks were superior to those of the visitors. i-.Aii V ' li ' d IJiiiiilrcil I ' orly-l-.iiiht Colby I Sam Reese, veteran guard. I f - d m l)r( ke through t» hWx ' k r k ' Soule ' s kick as Larry O ' Con- uell downed the pigskin on Rowdoin ' s 24-yard line. . l- ler an incomplete pass from MacBride to Favor, elusive .Mac raced the hall to the Rowscrnicn ' s one-yard stripe. l.ittlehale rammed the line lor the score. In the third quarter, a [• " avor punt found tlie Bruns- wick team in possession of tlu ' hall on their ow n fourteen yard line. After two un- successful running plays, an attempted kick was hlocked hy Phil Parsons and the hall rolled outside four yards from the goal, in three plays l.ittlehale picked up three yards. On the fourth down, however. P.utler let loose another of Brice ' s trick plays. In what seemed to be another line plunge, bat- tering Bob tos.sed a lateral to MacBride who went around right end to score standing up. Left End RKK F, Right Guard BOWDOIN :7_A TiK ' n llumired Forly-Xiiir 1933 Football Squad OFFICF.RS Fml M. F.rice Head Coach William C. Keiiyon Assistant Coach Philip S. Parsons Captain Paul J. McDonnell Nfanager Donald I.. Rollins Manager-Elect Stanley M. Wallace Trainer Tl-.AM (I.FTTKKMF.N) P. S. Parsons ' 34. Right Fnd K. K. Aklrich ' A. 1.. .1. O ' ConnoU ' 34. II. P. ImIcs ' 35. C. O. Totnuin ' oS. K. 1.. Left Knd Rice ' 34, Right Tackle i:. I.. lUitlcr ' 35. Quarterhack .S. II. Reese ' 35. W. IT. Bessoni ' 35. M. H. 1). l ' .. I ' avor ' 34. C. E. Higgins ' 36. Jndd ' .M, Right (Uiard Right Halfhack G. L. Cohl) ' 35, Center M. M. MacHride ' 35. C. N. Honer ' 35, C. F. Davis ' 34. R. I.. 1 1 ill 34, Left (Inard S. R. .Searlcs ' ,M. Left Halfljack I). P. Si(Ulini;er ' .Vi. Left Tackle R. L. Lilllehale ' M . L. I!. N ' arney " 34. FiiDhack Manager P.Mi I. . I( Don X F.I.I. Manager- F.lect lloNAi.n L. Roi.i.iN TL : ' i Iliiiiilrfil I ' ifly a-F -yyi— Varsity Baseball I I " " the thrc ' C ' -fjame spn ' n ; training tmir. wliicli tlie L ' liiversity of Maine baseball ' team made thrdiigh Xew JMi.tjland in U)33. had been any indication of the season wliicli was to follow. I- ' red lirice ' s nine would easily have defended the State title which they wim the | re ious year. . s it was. the team did well to finish in second ])lacc. ' lu-ii riills w rre called carlv in .March, imh I ' onr men who could be called vet- erans, and one of these with a doubtful pitching; arm. res])ondcd. Swen llalltjren and I lerbie Lewis, keystone men. and 1 lal I hill .-md .Mun komansky. ])ilchers. were , hack, hut the places left by the . , ' raduation of Ilincks. McC ' abe, and Smith were noticeabU ' vacant. Thus with an almost sujierhunrui task before him. I ' rice attem])ted to re- construct his nine. Macllridc a so])ho- more. fitted very nicely in at third. Lefty Xunn. despite his weak hitting, was ]ilaced at first. Jim .Sanborn, another so])homorc. became overnight a leading catcher. .Vnd Talliot. who won the State batting chani])ionship. Walton, a sopho- more. Aldrich. and Henderson were used in the outfield. Maine began the Xew h ' ngland tri]). which included games at tonnecticut State. RIkkIc Island State, and Northeastern, with only a few days of outdoor ])r;ictice. a]iparcnth- well resigned to the theorv of " all to gain and nothing to lose. " Romansky ])itched the tirst game of the series, against Connecticut, at Storrs. and blanked the Aggies witli only a handful of hits. The following day. Moyt was defeated -2 in an extra-inning pitchers ' battle at Rhode island, but 1 lall came back to win .VI at Northeastern. That Xew iMigland tri]) electrified Maine collegiate baseball circles. When in the League ' s o])ener they to])pled Hates 11-i with jiractically no trouble at ;ill. the expert.s had decided ih.il only ;i single obstacle remained in tlicii ' iial h before they ac (uired the titU-. That was ( olby. Ihil Wricv was now gi en the I ' dge i- -en ivi ' r them. ( )n May 6. we met the enemy and " lhe were ours. " .Siill getting a remarkable brand of i)itching from pilclu ' rs who were c;illc l nnh second-raters at the iieginning of the year. Maine look the decision 4-. . I ' lUl on the fiilldwing week. r owcliiiii h:ni(lcd I ' .hic lio|ies llicir lirsi veal setback of the season. Romansky was vulnerabli ' and Maine batters faili ' d to click w ith their earlier ])recision. I ' owdoin won 5-2. Xow back to Lewislon the Uricemen went, and Bates collected a l.itc inning 7-6 victory, liy this time the .State jilayolT was again in a ho|)eless muddle. Colby came to Orono ruid picked up a 4-0 lead which I.KWIS U . a-f iiiiiiiiiiui riji l)y tin- sevciitli imiint ; limki-d fjood for victnry. lUit John- ny Wilson wlio had written history l " or hinisrll ' in football and had sccniiiigly taken np hasrhall more as a climax t " a hrilliant athletic career than anytliint, ' else, in tiie role of l)inch hitter piiiichetl out a sinj lc with the bases loaded. A Colby misplay and three runs were across the plate. Maine tied it iij) in the eij;hth, winnins in the ninth. 5-4. . t r o (loin a few days later, however, Maine ' s pitcii- ins;. which had kept tile team in its lead position, suddenly failed. The Polar Bears, although they loo iuul ])itching trouble, won 14-11. Colby ne.xt i)roceede(l to take its tirst game of the three game series, 13-12. at W ater ille. Hates ])laye(l at Orono the following I ' Vidav. The Itricemen won 19-6, but the victory only served to clinch their second place ])osition a little tighter. In the final game of the year, Maine defeated Howdoin, 9-.1 Probably if Price and his players had not made liie New luigland trip in 1933, theirs would have been the hon- or of coaching and ])laying on a team that was built from four veterans to a runner-up for chami)ionsiii]) honors. I ' ut being a runner-up. a ste]) though it was from tiie peimant. held no attractions for Maine students and l)ack- ers. . ccustomed to the chaini)ionships of former years, enlieartened by a successful New England trip, only a League leadershij) would have satisfied them. And in this great ambition for school and team, they forgot I ' Ved P rice who had nothing to start with, but who built U]) a team just the same. ' . KSl l!. si:it. i.i. I ' " okkcast It was unfortunate for l- ' red Price tiiat most of the men who " came through " for the University of Maine baseball varsity in 1933 were seniors. Hallgren. Hall. Ko- mansky. and Lewis, his four veterans at the beginning of the season, received their diplomas in June. Talbot and Xunn went with them. Once again this s])ring. Price was faced with the task of building a team from new and imtried talent. Macliride, Sanborn, 1 loyt, and Walton were the outstanding left-overs from the second (ilace Hears of 1933. These and a hand- ful more are the total of P rice " s resources for another at- tack ui)on the state baseball crown, now held by Colby. If .Maine wins the State chanipionship this year, it will be another trinm])h for Price. If the nine linishes in second i)lace. his will be the glory. .Maine ' s future in 1934 is even more dark and doubtful than it was in 1933. RuM.VXSKV Aldrich Osgood Tuv Hundrcct hijly-Tlncc 1933 Varsity Baseball Squad OKKICKKS l- ' rc(l M . liricc Coadi Swell K. Hallgreii Captain Willia m K. Ganders, Jr Manager Riibcrt C. Arey Mana , ' er-Klccl K. C. Arty. P. II. I ' mst Assisl;iMt Managers i.K ' r ' ri-:u. ii:x K. 1-:. .Milrich 1 1. V. Lewis I ' . A. Tallidt II. . I. Mall M. M. Nhul ' .ricU- K. A. Walton S. !• ' ,. llalluren K. 1 ' . Xiinn M. Rimiansky K. !• " . HifiK ' " J- ' - Sanbiirn V. K. Wicrs J. W. Hoyt J- I- " - NV ' ilson NhiiiaKcr W ' li.ii.vM l ' " .. C. mii;rs. In. ManaKcr-Klect RdllFRT C. . kVV ZZ_ T o- ii ' ii lliiiutiitl lilly-loiir Track 1933 Varsity Outdoor Track t AFTER a successful indoor track season. Coacli Chester Jenkins started work- ing with his Pale Blue charges in prejiaration fur the Sjjringlield. M.l.T.. and State track meets. On A])ril 29. the lllack F ' .ear tracksters opened their schedule with Springtield at Orunci. Due to a muddy track and a high wind no records were enhanced in the least. I lir lina! score was Maine 79 ' -S])rin.s;tield 35) . ' I ' lic I ' aU ' ur team reis;nc i su])renie in tlie distance runs witli Ken lUack. Kuss Shaw. iSiil) Wishart. Don forhett. ISoh C liffiird. and Carl P riggs making a clean sweeji of all ]ilaces in tlie mile, half-mile. _ - , and two-mile runs. .Alton .Alley and l-ree- t JkB. i " " i ehl) look two first ]ilaces ajiiece in [■ U Z the shot and discus throws, and |)i le vault T5 B ;in(l high jum|) respecti ' ely. ( )n Saturday. Mav (). L ' oacli Jenkins ' tracksters defeated the M.l.T. team 78j4- ( ' ' ' J. .Mtdii Alley was liigh ])oiiil man scoring tirst in hoth the shot and discus throws. Shaw won the 880 yd. run with Cole and I ' llack taking second and third resjjcc- ti fly. I ' llack then came hack to win the mile run with Corhett placing third. 1 lar- ty I ' loiith won the two-mile run with Kiiln ' rt isliart pacing third. Moultmi wnn tin- 441) yd. dash easily and .Sla-a and Mullaney ])laced tirst and second in the 220 yd. run. ( )n the following Saturday, the Cin ' versity ai Maine track team u|)set all ex- ])ectatii]ns to cajjture the State Track Meet, at W aterville. with a total of 58 ])oints. I ' owdoin scored 47 ])oints while Bates ohtained 22], j. and Colhy 7 points. I ' reeman W ' ehh set a new state mark iti the |)ole vault at 12 feet, 3-?,4 inches. J ie also tied with I ' orter of liowdoin for lir.st place in the high juni]) at six feet, jne inch. Ken I ' lack and D in h ' avor accounted fur ten points each toward the Maine cause. Black wiiming in thr mile and two mile run , hile l- ' avor secured a first ])lace in the hammer throw ;uid also threw the discus f.ar t ' nnugh tn win tirst ])lace in th.at event. In the 4-10 yd. dash I ' .il .Muultun put nn a great tinish to cnnie from tiflh place to second place on the tinal stretch. C ' ole and . ' haw linishi ' d second and third to Saun- ders of I ' ates in the 880 yd. run. Maine also secured a first place in the shot ] ut when .Mley tossed the shot 44 feet, 2 ' 4 inches. Xihlock of Howdoin. the favorite in this event, was unahle t i compete because of illness. . week later Loach Jenkins ' tracksters garnered ISVj ixiints to tinish in Ininnh ])lace at the . .I ' " .I.C.. .. . .Meet. I ' reeman Wehh tied for tirst in the pole vault with IhiMnaiinn uf I ' .rown at 12 ft. 4-;.4 inches. Cai ' t.m.v Wkhb F.WDK ll„„.lr..l I Ul ' runiini; in iiit ' " I ll ' ' must lirilli.int pcrlui iii;iiri-s hi his CHiviT. Ken ISlack caplnrod tliinl placi ' in l)nili [hv mile an;l SSO yd. runs, cuvcrin;, ' both (Hstanct ' s in tlu- l)cst tiniu Ik- has ever donr. . ftiT ])lacin ' lillh in tht ' trials in ilic (hscns tiiinw dii l- ' riday, .Ahon . vy canir h;ifk strnnt; tn laUr tliird plac. ' in tlu- t ' liials Saturday. .Mk-y alsu iilacid idurtli in iht- sliot imt. pciii I ' avdV. StatL ' C " li:nn|)iiin lianinuT thmwiT, jjar- ncrt ' d second in his feature event, havinjj; fouled some of his throws which would have heen a sure first ])lace. The next week saw two men journey to the l.C .A.A. A.. . Meet at (. ' :.mhridi;e. 1 his was Don I ' avor. who placed .second in the hammer throw, heiny heaten hy only seven- eighths of an inch and l-Veeman Wehh who cnm]iete l in the pole vault. ' . K.siTS ' Tkai K l ' ' oi-;KrAsr Coach Chester Jenkins ex])ects his 19.U varsity track team to enjoy a successful outdoor season if he will he able to tind some men to com| ete in the jum])in5j events. The loss of Freeman ' el)b ma jirove di.sastrous to Maine in the ])()le vault and liij;h juni]). but Coach Jenkins is in the hope that Kenneth Ireland will develo]) sufficiently to take his place in these events. Freddie Black and Don Favor will also he good men in the ])ole vault, i ' avor surpri.sed everyone when he took first jjlaces in that event in the P ates and Boston College Meets. The distance runs should he pretty well under con- trol, with Ken and Ernie Hlack. Joe Marsh. Bill Cole. 1 lar- ry Saunders, and Harry W ' ishart handling all the runs from the half-mile to the two-mile. Karl . nderson has also been sha])ing up very well in the mile event. Maurice (joddard is the only capable I ' ale Blue high and low hurdler and should enjoy a successful year. U])on the shoulders of Don Favor. I layden Rogers. and CoUette. will rest Maine ' s hopes in the weight events. Other capable men in these events will be I ' hil 1 ' arsons, ' 1 hom])son. and Roberts. Roberts will be the leading Cfuitender in the javelin throw, and if everything goes well, he will atTord ])lenty of competition to (jther men in this state. W I S 1 1 A 1(T .Xl.I.F.V TOTMAN w Hundred l-ifly-. ' yiivii T-uv 1933 Varsity Track Squad OFFICICRS Chester A. Jenkins Coacli Freeman G. Webb Honorary Captain Richard C. Alden Manager John S. Getchell Manaficr-lilcct G. U. Carlisle, J. S. Getchell Assistant Managers ].KTTI ' ;KMh:X A. VV. Alley 1). 1. Cogi-ins K. W. Shaw K. I). lilack 1). K. Favor H. F. Shea H. K. Booth P. A. Mavey C. O. Totnian C. A. HriKKs K. Mnnlton F. G. Webb R. I.. Clifford R. l-. Mullaniy I-.. 11. Williamson W. H. Cole 11. S. Ruycr» R. !•. Wishart H U ' li ll. l Jl C. . l.] KN ManaKcr- Fleet lliindrfd h ' ijIy-Eiyhl V-rt. Varsity Relay and Indoor Track AA AINK distinguished licrscif duriiifj the winti-r track season i»f 1934 witli one of ' the tinest two mile intercollegiate relay teani! in the country. With such out- standing relaynien as Ken and Ernie I ' .lack, Joe Marsii. and Hill Cole, tiie two mile relay team ttxik second to Harvard in a great race at the Kniglits of Columbus games which were he ' d in the P.oston (iarden January 17 . Two weeks later tlie team was entered in the 1:5. A. A. games and with eight of tlie crack two mile relay teams of the country entered, including Harvard, won the event in a great race. Ken Black, who ran anclior man on the team was awarded two votes as the outstanding man of the meet for his excellent work. The out- standing man elected was Glenn Cunning- liam. intercollegiate mile runner extra- ordinary. In tlie three indoor track meets. Maine lost two and won one. At the University L ' luh Meet, held at the I ' oston Garden i ' ehruary 21, 1934. Maine took second to ISowdoin in the class W events. This meet was very close, and Howdoin and Maine were tied as the final event was to he run iitT. the high jump, and in this Bowdoin took a first and a .second to win the meet. In the first dual meet of tlie season wiiich was held in the Bates .Armory at Lewiston against the BolKats. Maine was heaten 63|,; to 5.V ' ,; in a meet which was really closer than it looked. Our men were hampered by the fact that the track was much smaller than the one in the Indoor field house, and also. Bates used freshmen who accounted for 30 rif their jioints. The atiiletic hoard at Maine does nm allow the freshmen to comjiete as members of varsity teams. In the final dual meet of tlie year which was held in the Indour l- ' ield on the eve- ning of Marcii 10, the Maine team won from a highly touted Boston College Club by a score of 80 to 45| . This speaks very well for tlie Maine team, considering the fact that for the past two years the Bost jn College team has won tlie outdoor championship of New England. In this meet Ken Black hnjke the gym record in the 600 yard run. making the distance in one minute and thirteen seconds. Donald Favor broke his own record in the 33 pound weight event with a toss of 53 feet. 3 4 inches, and Maurice Gcxldard equaled the gym record in the 45 yard high hurdles in the time of six seconds. Don Favor was the outstanding man of the meet, taking first in the discus, the 35 pound weight, and the jxile vault. Favor ' s reconl-hreaking toss in the 35 ixjund weight was almost two inches more than his former mark. Maine made a clean sweep in this event, with Rogers and Frame taking .second and tliirtl places respectively. The I ' ale Blue team also took every place in the 1000 yard run, with Marsh, and Ernie and Ken Black clinching the places : another clean sweep was made in the discus, Don Favor w inning first E. Black M.ARSH Pkoxovost Klil.l-.Ks Saunders with a tlirciw ni 13 ' feet, J ' .. iiiclR-s. and Kogers and Sidc- liiifijer taking second and tliird. McMamis. of Hoston Col- lege, won cl ise victories in the 75 yard and .?00 yard runs. Goddard, wlio won the high hurdles, jilacing second in the shorter .sprint. Ken Black trailed .Sniith. of Boston College, until tlie linal lap in his record-hreaking 600 yard run. Black spurt- ing ahead at the end to finish four strides ahead of the Eagle runner. The victorious Maine team scored in every event, while two records were hroken and one tied to close a suc- cessful indoor track season. In the two mile relay contests. Maine made the best showing in years. The race held in the Boston (iarden on January 27 was a special race, with Maine. Harvard, llnly Cross, Boston (. Ollege, M.l. ' l ' ., and ew llam] shire en- tered. The Maine team was three seconds short of the 1 lar- vard time, hut the slmwing was exce])tionall ' tine. Local otticials at the meet made several mistakes in the distances and time, which caused considerahle trouhle. . t the B.A.. . games h ' ehruary 10 the I ' ale Bhu. ' nm- ners gained wi(les])read recognition hy their feat of wiiming the two mile relay races over 1 larvard. 1 loly Cross. M.I.T.. r.ip tnn College, New Hampshire. Bates, and Colhy. I ' .ill L nle started with the Maine haton, and after rumiing wide for three laps he finished fighting eight yards hehind the Bates numer who was leading. Marsh next took the slick, with a thirteen yard handicap, and ended part two of the r.ae as numher two, hehind only a Harvard man who had taken the lead. Maine and Harvard were twenty yards ahead of the field as Ernie Black started the third la]), h ' rnie held his own now, hut a slow pass to his brother. Ken, sent him down the final stretch twelve yards behind the Harvard lead man. White. Ken ])ut on a great burst of s]ieed in that final la]), and ])ulled out ahead of White to finish first, eight yards in the lead. F.oston College was a half a la|) hack, and the rest of the contestants more than a full lap. Ken Black tied in numher of votes toward the Jdliii llallanan Trojiliy. awarded to the most outstanding lierfnnner at the meet, with Bill Bonthron, Princeton ace. Ihe entire relay team was comjjosed of juniors and the majority of the track team were also member of the junior class. This means that iii ' xt ye.ir Maine ought to have a tirst class team. One of the outstanding feats of an individual on the ti ' am was the work of Joe .Marsh in the Cniversity Club .Mei-t when be broke the half mile record in the fast time of J minutes 3- 3 seconds. ; ;. ; Varsity Relay and Indoor Track Ol-I ' ICKKS Chester A. Jenkins Coach George I). Carlisle Manager William A. Smith Assistant Manager Charles Robie ssistant Manager K. D. Anderson M. Attridge D. W. Bailey F. V. Black K. D. Black K. T. Black W. B. Cole M. Collette D. K. Favor G. VV. Frame TUF. TRAM R. ' . Gafifney M. K. Gnddanl . A. HatliiiriK ' . . Higgins •:. M. Hildreth •:. W. Hill ). A. Huff V. v.. Irclanil •:. I.ittleficld J. W. Marsh P. S. Parsons W. L. Pronovost A. I.. Roberts H. V. Rogers H. C. Saunders n. P. Sidclinger .1. W. Stevens J. V. Thompson C. O. T.itman Manager (iK.OHI.K I). CaKI.ISI.E Coach Chester A. Jenkins Tuu fluiidroi Si.vly-(hii ' ountry Varsity Cross Country LOSI. (; tliiTt " vetcians I ' min his lasl year ' s team, t nach (. ' lu ' sti-r Jenkins liad fiu-.r lettcmu-n answer his call fur cross country candidates as a nucleus for his varsity harrier outfit. Leading the veteran plodders were Ken P lack and Joe Marsh. Ken ' s brother Ernie transferred from Syracuse to Maine, and although he was ineligible last year on accoinit of this, he helped to form the nucleus of this year ' s team. Rol) Wishart, Don I ' orlKtt. " Ked " Osgood. I ' rank Momng. and Marry Saunders com- ])rised the other e-xjierienced camiKiigners. Tiie I ' lrst meet of the season found llic I ' ale Uluc engaged in a dual meet with llic jiowerful Xew Hampshire ]ilodders. last e:ir ' s Xew l ' " ,ngland chamimins. at ( )rono. Made up of ex|)erienced men. ihe Wildcats onlv defeated the P.hick llenr h ' .irners hv llie narrnw margni .1 _ ' 7-_ ' S. Ken and I ' .rnie ISlack set tiie jiace all the wav and tied for hrst ]ilace. Joe Marsh finished sixth, i ' .ol) ' i hart nintii. and I larry .Saunders tenth. Tun weeks later the I ' ale llhu- jnur- neved to i.ewiston where tlu ' ' competed against P ates for the . " tate Championship, which the Pale P)lue won liv an almost Tin I ' .i.AcKs perfect .score. 17-42. Ken [ ' .lack. I rnie Corbktt I ' llack. and Joe Marsh tied for first. I lar- ry Saundi ' rs llflh, and Hob Wishart sixth. The twenty-first New l-jigland Cross (nuiitry Uun saw Xew Hampshire win by a Comparatively narrow margin (i er the I ' ali- Hliie. the mil team to gi e the 1 )nr- ham s(pi;ul any cnnipelition at all. Im-oiii start to linish no one could decide which team would win. Ken and Mniie I ' lack again were tied in third ])lace. loe Marsh ninth. I ' lob Wishart seventeenth. Harry . ' aiinders twenty-lirsl. and Krank Morong twenty-third. The I ' ale Hliie outfit went to .Xew ' ork the following week to partici])ate in the l.C ' .4-. ' s and fiiiisliecl in ixlh ]Misiti iii nut of seventeen of the leading teams in the country. Ivrnie lUack Imished lirst for (, oach Jenkins ' harriers in thirteenth | osition. Ken. who sjirained bis ankle with about three-(|narters of the race completed, kept on for the rciiiaiiiing listance to finish in tw (•iit -i ' ightb place, loe Marsh tinished forty-first. Harry .S.-iniidcrs forly-nintli. I ' .ob Wisli;irt lift sixih. and iMimk Morong seventy-fourth. Michigan State w on the le;mi cli;nn])ionslii]i w ilh .a total of .s4 jioints. .Manhattan second, ' ale third, C ornel! foinnh, . -lyracusi ' fifth, :md .Maine sixth. The ])rospects of next year ' s team look very well as six of the original seven men of this year ' s team will again he hack, while Hill 1 luniiewell who won the h ' reshman National ( ' h;im]iionshi]) this year will also be coming U]) from the I- ' resliman ranks next year. Z_A_ 7 _ 7. a-f ji ' .i lliniiliiut .Si.vlx-I ' iiiir 1933 Cross Country Squad OFFICERS Chester A. Jenkins Coach Ernest Black and Kenneth P.Iack Ilcnorary Cn-Captains I lmer W. Randall Manager Albert ' errill, Jr Manager-Elect A. ' errill, C. Robic Assistant Managers l.ETTI-RMEX Ernest T. Black Francis J. Morong Kenneth D. Black George M. Osgood Donald P. Corbett Harry C. Saunders. Jr. Joel W. Marsh Robert F. Wishart Manager l-J.MFK " . R.VND.M.I.. Jr. Manager-Elect Albert Vf.rrii.i.. 1r. 7 " ;i ' (i Hundred Si.rl --F ' r,e jnor Winter Sports UE principally to the great amount of snow that fell this year, thus making win- ' ter sports conditions ideal, the L ' niversity of Maine snowbirds enjoyed a very successful season. Mucli of the credit of tlie success of the team should go to Ted Curtis. l ' " acult - Manai er nf Atiiletics. whd, with liis ahle assistant. Win Rolihins. also acted as coach of the Winter .S])orts team. It was in the .State Meet, whicli was lu-ld al l.i-wistim i ' -liruary 17. that the Maine team slmwed its real scoring al)ilit - when tiiey wnn over Mates College hy a score of 42 to 24. Maine took tln ee firsts with Lewis Hardison winning the snow- shoe dash, . ltiin I ' rince winning tlie two nn ' le stiowshoe run, and Kack . ldrich racing Iiome hrst in tiie live mile ski race. 1 1 was in tliis event tliat Maine scored the first four men to fniisji. with .Mdrich. Doe, I lower, and Canders tim ' shing in the order named. In addition tn the tirst places. Maine took five seconds, four thirds, ancl six fourths in six events. Maine lias won the state cham])ionship f(ir the past fotu ' years in Winter Sports. In the o|)ening meet of the year which was held at Lake Placid, X. ' .. December 28. the Maine team thiished se enth out of a lield of twelve. Maine ' s sole point in this meet was scored by .Alton Prince, acting captain, and the team ' s only eteran. wiio took fourth in the two mile snowshoe event. He was closely followed by Ciil- bert Cox, a senior, ' ibis meet was won by Dartmouth. .■ t the meet which was held in conjunction witii the annual I )artmiiuth (, ' ;irnival at li.-uin ' er i ' ' ebru;u " _ ' ' ) and 10. Altim i ' rince ag;un came through and took llie only ]joint for Maine by winning lifth ]ilace in the two mile snowshoe event. Members of the team were as follows: i iardison. I ' hil Parsons, . ldricb, Shir- ley Parsons, Prince, )liler. Cox, Doe, Hiiwim-. I iendrickson. landers. Crowley, .S. Favor, Cameron, .Soule, Piadger, Laverty, Woods, and ihewster. Lewis i Iardison won the snowshoe dash at Middlelnn ' y. t.. C arniv.al an l tlie live ])oints lie scored g.ave . h-iine tliird ]ikice. while ele cn college teams failed to score. Lewis Hardison wmi wide recogm ' tion at the M.mciiestt ' r. Xi ' w llampsbire, Carniv;d liy defeating the W Hrld ' s Cb;uniiion suowsiioe dasii man, .Mam ' ice Hughes. in the trials ;md semi-linals of the 100 and 220 yard d.ishes. losing in ;i close race in the fmals. The competition was the best in tite country. The new ski jump erected liy the winter s])orts te;im is ;i great beiielit to the sport. .Added interest to the s])orl was jjrovided by the ri ' vival of the interfr,iternit carnival, and it is expected that it will be :m annual event. CaPT.MN II.MdllSdN P. RSONS .. ' lliiiiilrcil Sixly-Jiiijlil 1934 Winter Sports Team OFFICERS Theodore S. Curtis Coach Winston C. Robbins Assistant Coach Lewis yi. Hardison Honorary Captain Alton K. Prince Manager TEAM K. Aldrich C. Cox R. Ohler I). Badger W. Crowley P. Parsons P. Bower I " . Doe S. Parsons V. Brewster S. Favor A. Prince R. Cameron K. Hendrickson G. Soule W. Canders R. Lavcrty P. Woods Coach TiiKODORE S. Curtis Manager Alton E. Prixc I ..f Hundred SixIxS.n,- 1933 Junior Varsity Football A FTER the successful experiment of a schedule for the Junior " arsity last year, ' ■ the jayvees, coached by Ralph Jordan, started in their second _vear ' s sch edule against M.CM. Althoufih the jayvees lacked the punch to put the hall over lor a score, tiiey gained two ])oints lead in the first half of their game with Maine Central Institute when M.C.I. fuml)le(l the 1)all in their end zone. Sinclair. Downey, and Searles fea- tured in Ijoth the oflensive and defensive. Ail of these men hroke away for several long runs. In the second game of the season, the Maine Jayvees oul])laye l I liggins to make it two in a row. Maine scored on the first play of the second (juarter after a 65 yard march in the first period. Sinclair slid through tackle for the touchdown and I ' ruett kicked the extra point. In the last game of the season with the frosh the jayvees lost hv the score of 19-0. ' i ' his game was marred by fre(|itent penalties and fuml)les. I ' larly in the hrst half ' lajjley of the frosh scored mi ;i line plunge after having an inconii)lele pass ruled good as inli ' rfrrence was claimed. This ])laced tln ' iu in scoring ])osition. Ill the lliinl period ' I .-iplcy again scoreil on an intercepted jiass on his own 41) yard line-, llraley, of the i ' rosh, completed the scoring of the ,i;;ime with another touchdown in the last period. IL . o-F I ..I Ihimlrcd .SVrrii v Junior Varsity Squad Kau ' ii Jordan Coach I ' wo Hundred Sei ' Ciir Freshman Football " The l ' ' i-(. " .sliiiiaii I ' uiitliall tL-ani did wlial it was inti-nik ' d hi do in 19.?,? — it j avc J8 ■ rugged, anibitiiiiis ynuiig athletes their (irst lesson in L ' liiversitv of Maine foot- hall and a punched ])assi)ort up to the State Champion varsity. J ' hat was all that was expected of the men whom I ' hil Jones coached and guided through two months of football last fall. It was enough. P ut in addition, the s(|uad did more. It won three of live games against the most powerful preparatory scliool opj)osition in the State. Handicapped by time an l lack of knowledge of individual merit. Jones, assisted by Win Robbins and Ralph Corrigan, took up his duties. With less than three weeks of practice he sent his new combination against a veteran and ])owerful I ' .ridgton Academy eleven. The freshmen never really had an opportunit - to win. In the first period, a grinding, power-house Hridgton attack i)iit over the lirst touchdown. Then for a ])eriod and a half the h ' reshmcn fought their visitors on even terms. The third (|uar- ter, however, was fatal. . bad ]iass from center ga e I ' .ridgton a safety, an inter- ccjited ])ass was carried across for a touchdown, and a few moments later a I ' .ridgton backlield man l)roke into the rear and ran 00 yards over the goal. The .score was 22-0. Against Ricker the following week, the l ' " reshmen were far los ulner;ible. For two periods the team exchanged successi e dri es and touchdowii.s, but in the third (|iiarter, the same that a week ago had .seen their defeat, they ])unched out a startling 39-1,? victory. When the l ' " reshmen lost for the second lime, to Kcnts Hill, tiu ' next week. b - 20-0, opinion was mostly against them. In the Kents Mill game, the lire which had characterized them against Ricker was missin.g. and thc were powerless to sto]) the visitor ' s startling drives. Against the Junior Varsity on (Jctobcr _ ' (). they showed a reversal, however. Tapley carried the ball 60 yards for a touchdown, to ignite the spark that ])rodiiced two more drives for a l )-0 victor)-. The following l ' " rida)- came L ' oburn. riirougliout the greater i)art of the game the two teams battled — Maine, the aggressor, on the otTensive, Coburii niostlv de- fending. The Freshmen had one big chance. They acce])ted it. . long drive from deep in their own territory carried the ball under the shallow of their oi)])onent ' s goal. A back plunged over f(.r the touchdown. The juiint was kicked, l- ' inal score was 7-0. 1933 Freshman Squad OFFICERS Philip A. Jones Coach W. C. Robbins, R. J. Corrigan Assistant Coaches Paul J. McDonnell Manager George Bullarci Honorary Captain SEASONS RECORD Date Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 20 Oct. 26 Nov. 3 Team Bridgton Ricker Kents Hill Junior ' arsity Coburn Place Orono Orono Orono Orono Orono Frcsli 39 19 7 Opixinents 22 13 20 H J. . liberti J. A. Bessom R. D. Braley W . S Brewster R. D. Brown G. C. Bullard V . Butterlield E. C. Childs R. C. Colbert NUMERALMEN T. J. Crozier L. M. Dodge J. F. Dow T. D. Durost J. H. Hamlin G. L. Houston L. M. Hutchings C. K. Keegan V. Lancaster E. B. Mack J. B. Morrison J. J. Miniutti S. R. Parsons R. A. Pfuntner M. D. Proctor K. E. Spooner R. D. Swab F. M. Tapley G. H. Williams T-iiV Hundred Sctvuly- 1 liii Freshman Baseball A 1 1 1 il 1 1 .V lnutrd ]iitcliing staff failed tn di-lixiT all that was expected from it. ' and C()iise(|iu-ntly Coach Hill Kenyon ' s freshman hasehall nine was ahle t(i gain only two victories in an ahhreviated schedule of live games. Kenneth Alley, Bruno Golohski, (k ' lie W ' akely, and Grenville Jordan were supposed to liave 1)een seasoned pitcliers hut their lack of effectiveness cou])led with n uv t ' lelding allowed their oj)- ponents to jjile up more than 50 runs in live games. ' J ' he freshmen opened the season with a 12-11 victory over Carihou in a game marked with a parade of ])itchers on hoth sides, as well as inlielders and outfielders. Maine then howed to Cohurn and lliggins, finally gaining their second and last win by defeating Hebron 17-13 in a free swinging contest. ' J ' he frosh dropjied the iinal game of the season to E.M.C.S. at Bucksport. Tiie regular infield consisted of Donald Brown at fn st, Myron Collette at the keystone .sack. Kenneth Fitzpatrick at short, and Kenneth Chute at the hot corner. Kenneth J ' ruett and Harold Hoardman shared the catching burden and botii men turned in excellent performances. In the outlield I ' red Mills was in left tield, Harold Woodbury in center, and Kenneth .Sargent alternating with ' I ' liomas Joiuison in right. l ' " it .p;itrick starred .nlield for the frosh and contributed his share with the bhulg- eon, while Woodbury, C liule, ;ind I ' mett led the team at bat, the latter two connect- ing for .several extra base drives including a homer apiece. I 1936 Baseball Squad OFFICERS William C. Kciiyiin Coach William K. Caiiders, Jr Manager Robert C. Arey ssistam Manager Parker H. Frost Assistant Manager Kenneth S. Pruett Honorary Captain SEASOWS RECORD Date Team Place Frosh Opponents April 28 Caribou Orono 12 11 Mav 5 Coburn Orono 1 9 Mav 10 E.M.C.S. Orono 3 11 May 16 Higgins Orono 11 13 Mav 20 Hebron Orono 17 13 May 24 E.M.C.S. Orono NUMERALMEN 22 13 K. E. Allev T. C. Johnson R. W. Xaugler H. T. Boardman K. H. Johnstone K. S. Pruett D. W. Brown G. E. Jordan K. P. Sargent K. r. Chute R. L. Littlehale D. P. Sidclinger M G. Collette L. J. Meyer W. A. Smith K. F. Fitzpatrick F. B. Mills E. T. Wakelv B. Golobski H. M. Woodbury Tzi ' o Hundred Sn ' enly-l ' i: Freshman Indoor Track r ' ' I " ! tlic first titiR ' in six years tlie I- ' resliman iiKJnnr track team inst its first iiicet • In South i ' lirtiaiiil hy the score of 54-36. ' el l) ami 1 iunnewell did most of the scnrm ' l(ir the I ' rosli. with ' el)l) taking; a first in liie liif h juni]) and two seconds in the hroad jnni]) and high hurdles. I hmnewell won the mile event and captured sec- ond in the hall ' -mile run. ( )n Decemher 2, 1933. the Freshmen lost to the Sophomores hv 7S-57. Ilimiie- well was liiijh scorer for the frosh wifli three first ])laces in the half-mile. mile, and one ami one-lnll mile runs. elih, Swali. and Dow .also lielped to conlrilnite to the auiassini; of ])oints for the frosh. On l ' " el)ruary 17, the frosh won for the lirsl time this season. a ainsl L ' ridgton liy the score of 65-43. ' ilie frosh loomed strong, taking a place in every event and cleaning up three ])l;ices in mile. 1(X)0 yard run. and pole vault. Ilamld Wehh. of . ugusta, held high honors fcjr the freshmen, gathering 17 ] oiiits. winning imth the Iiro.ad and high jiiiii])s and taking second in hoth the high .and low hurdle races. I n weeks later the frosh again won in a Iri.uigular meet against COhurn and llehroii. with W j points to J3 for C ' ohuni. and l.S}j for ilehroii. Harold W ' elih was again the stellar performer of the meet, taking first jilaces in the high juiii]) and high hurdles and a second ])lace in the low hurdles. Rohert Swah also starred with a first in the discus, a second in the shot and thirds in the hroad and higii junijis. Irving Perkins and James Uow also took eight points apiece for the freshmen. i o-F -WL. The Indoor Gymnasium 1934 Squad OFFICERS Chester A. Jenkins Coach George D. Carlisle Manager Charles C. Robic Assistant Manager William A. Smith Assistant Manager SEASON ' S RECORD Date Place Opponents Frosh Opponents Dec. 2 Orono Sophoninres 57 78 Jan. 20 Orono South Portland 36 54 Feb. 17 Orono Britlgton r.5 43 Mar. .? On inn Hebron and Coburii 90 ' . Coburn 23. Hebron WA W. C. Adams R. A. Beisel A. L. Bell F. W. Boyle R. D. Braley W. E. Crowell THE TEAM L. D. Dingwall J. F. Dow J. M. Hinckley G. P. Hitchings W. F. Hunnewell S. P. Lane J. J. Murray i. j. Perkins H. E. Shaw H. J. Stagg R. D. Swab H. L. Webb jL n_ JLA_Z_yL ' ; ' (i Hundred Sr. Freshman Basketball Vyy rril a wcnltli nf funiuT prci) and liii, ' li scIichiI stars at liis (lis|)()sal, L ' oacli liill " Kcnvdii had lii.i;li vs that liis ] ' K 7 fiTsliiiian basketball f|uintet would be able to pull thr(iu,t,di the season with a clean slate, a h(i])e that he has not realized since his 1033 freshman nntf ' it had an undefeated record. The frosh st.arted their season auspiciously iiy defc.atinsj P.rewer lliijh. 1 li,t;i,Mns, and Coliurn successivel -. Then exams intervened, and when play was resumed after midyears Kenxon had to revamp his lineup due to the absence of .several of his star ])i ' rlorniers. When the new lineup took the floor they jiroceeded to dro]) four straight to Kents Jlill. Winslow. Stearns, and Rumford. ' i ' liis losing streak, however, was stoi)])ed when the freshmen took over W ' aterville . 5-29. John Rapst. Hebron, Lew- iston. and Stearns were then toppled in succession. The frosh victory over Stearns at the outset of their . roostook trip was a startling upset, for Stearns had trimmed the yearlings 33-10 when they came to Orono and had an unsmirched record until the first year men reached Millinocket on their way North. ' Jhe frosh Ihially eked out a win 17-13 to atone for the earlier defeat at the hands of the Stearnsmen who lost only to the freshmen during their regular schedule. The following evening a .strong Presc|ue Isle oullil defeated Kenyon ' s charges 26-19 to hall tile frosh w inning streak at five straight. Two other . roostook teams were defeated before the freshmen finally closed their season. Fort h ' airlield jiroved to be the stubiiornest outfit the frosh came across during the 16 game schedule and the frosh hoopsters were lucky to eke out a ] -]( win in a hotly contested battle. ' I ' eam 1! was able to gain only two victories in eight starts, for the T. cluster was contimially hanii)ered by the shifting of its jilayers to and from Team . . .-md it was impossible to work with a single conibin.ation so necessarv for te.amwork. 2L . a-f ■ ti ' ii lluiiilnil Sr;rnly l-.itjlit 1934 Squad OFFICERS William C. Kenyon Coach 1 )aiiiel Barrett Assistant Coach Gilliert S. Rucknam Hunnrary Cai)tain G. S. P.iicknam F. M. Burke J. C. Cameron N. D. Carlisle E. Childs, Jr. P. L. Dalot THF TKAM J. I " . Dow C. F. GoldiiiK T. R. HouglUon N. B. Jackson O. K. KfCRan 1). A. l.add S. P. Lane SI ' .ASOXS KI ' .CORI) J. J. Murray W. R. Phair W. H. Smith I ' , M. Taplcy X. J. Wilsni, P. I!. Vils,m (Team A) Brewer 12 Freshman ¥i Higgins 7 51 Cdlnirn 13 31 Kerns Hill 23 12 Winslow 22 11 Stearns 33 19 Rum ford 44 34 Waterville 29 35 John Bapst 19 26 Hehron 21 30 Lewiston 19 22 Stearns 13 17 Pres(|ne Isle Carihciii Fort I ' airficld A.C.I. Old T.iwn Dexter Bar Harhor John Bapst Monson Milo Guilford Ricker 26 (, 2.S (Tk. .m B) 3S 12 23 23 26 26 24 14 " reshman 1 ' ) .i4 17 24 Freshman 5 18 31 13 13 24 20 12 Two Hundred SiivHly iiir Freshman Track " T " 1 1 1 ' l 1936 track aj, ' j resati(in continued tlic pcrfcninanccs niadr hv four n their liredecessnrs hy overw helminsi all o])]ii)sition duriny; the outdoor season, reachinsj their cliniax hy giving Portland lli h a l_Vi-14 druhiiint;. The s;!nie men who were consistent performers dm-ing the undefeated indoor seasr)n continued their good work during the spring tnider the ahle tutelage of Coach Jenkins. ' I he lu-st meet o| ihc season fomid the freshmen winning easilv over a highly touted I )eering 1 ligh outlit. 1 )onald 1 lull raced to victories in the 100 and 220 vard dashes : Arthur Koherts also gathered ten points as he won the liroad jumj) and the jru ' elin throw ; ,-md Kennelh Ireland garnered 9 ' j |)oints, winning a second in the liroad juiu]). and i|uadrn|ile lie f(jr lirst in the pole vault and a tie for tirst in the high jump. On the following .Saturday the I ' ale lllne cuh tracksters administered a 126-14 defeat to Portland High, l- ' rame, Koherts. t ' ollette. Ireland, Huff. O ' Connor, and Thompson were the leading i)erformers for the frosh. all ]ilacing in their .specialties. Portland made its hest showing in the hammer throw hy winning first and third places. ' I he next team to face the freslinicn was a comhination comjxised of Lee, ( )rono. ( )ld Town, and P.angor. The freshmen .scored S4y points, while the others gathered 41 J , points hetwecn them. ( )f these 41 J points. Old Town cajjtured . 9. with Tear, their star jierfornier. carrying otT the indivifhial honors of the meet hy collecting a total ot 1.1 points. ' I hom]ison. of .Maine, pressed him for honors as he garnered 12 ])oints, winning the shot i)Ut. di.scus throw, and jilacing in a tie for .second in the high jump. ( ) ' Connor. of .M;iine. won firsts in the 440 yard dash and 880 yard run for a total of 10 points. Prince, t ollettc, Ireland, .Sargent. Gross, and Frame were the other lirst i)lace wiiuiers for tiu ' frosh. In the concluding meet the freshmen overwhelmed a comhination which was made up of C arihou, Pri ' sipie isle, and lloultou. In tin- tune of 8 ' l-28. The frosh gathered a clean sweej) in .six events for a total of 60 jxiints. .Mlou Prince, stellar frosh miler, receive(l his only defeat of either the outdoor or indoor seasons as a llonllon man licil him to the ta])e. ' I ' homiison was the leading scorer, garnering a lol;iI of 1 J poinU while 1 lull ' carried nlT second honors hy winning the 100 and _ ' _ ' 0 ard dashes. ( 7 _ T. a-r I ' li ' ii II mill ml liiiihly 1933 Squad OFFICERS Chester A. Jenkins Coach Donald Hnff Honorary Captain Richard C. Alden Manager Oeorge D. Carlisle Assistant Manager lohn S. Getchell Assistant Manager NUMKRAI.Mi: F. M. Real F. S. Chapman w. A. Clarke M. G. Collette M. J. Dowd ' i M. Frame F. I.. Gross L. P. Halle D. A. Huff K. L. Ireland L. M. Keller J. F. O ' Connor F. D. Peaslee F. C. Perkins SEASON ' S RECORD A. E. Prince A. L. Roberts K. P. Sargent D. P. Sidelingor P. P. Snow J. F. Thompson J. A. Wakefield. Jr. Date Team Place Frosli Opponent ' ; Apr. 22 Peering Orono 79 47 Apr. 29 Portland High Orono 126 14 Mav r. Old Town. Brewer. Lee Orono 84 . Old Town 39: I.ec 2 ' j May 10 Caribou, Houlton Presque Isle Orono 89 Caribou 7. Presque Isle 1. Houlton 20 1 1 j n r f F r n 1 — 7- ? i n f ij - i AT-z 1 n I A m | llwuireii fiifihly- III.- Freshman Cross Country I AST fall Cdacli (. ' licstcr Jt-nkins started tlic Cross Country si-ason with an incx- ])erieiicc(l team. ( )nf man who had never had on a ])air of track slioes before conn ' ng to Maine tliis last fall jiroved himself to be a star, climaxing his achievements l)y taking first jilace in the I.C.A.A. meet in New ' ork at the close of the season, now being the I ' Veshman National Cross Country Chani])ion of the country. He is Rill Hunnewell. ' Jhe first meet was held October 14. team . running against I.ee. team R running against Rrewer. Tlu ' . team lost, and team R .scored a victory. In the race with Lee. Humicwell showed himself to be a ])roniising runner, for it was a close race between Hunnewell and .Stevens, star runner for Lee. Coach Jenkins develojied a good team out of inexperienced material. Team A met the Hopedale, Llss.. team ()ctnl)er 2L the day nf the L1ine-Xew Hampshire football game, and won. The third race team . lost to Caribou. CJn October . 1. in a meet with Houlton, this team made a sjiectacular finish in a decided victory, for all seven members of the i loullon team reached the finish line seven in a row. On November 4. the Interscholastics were held. The freshmen took jiart in the New Knghuid run in Roston. November . mak- ing a good siiowing and taking fifth ])lace. Here ] lunnewell took first i)lace for the Pale Rhie. Rob Corbett ninth place. Hunnewell was the only frosh t(i enter the LC.. .. .. ' .. . meet in New York. In this meet, u| to the last three-(|uarters of a mile he was running steadily with ibe rest of the nun. wlun he stretched out. forging ahead to take first place. 1 lunnewell. (iatti. and Corbett will ])robably show up well next year in track, for tliev were three of the most notable men on the l- ' reslim. ' m Cross (. " ountr - team. f 2L . o-f :.•.. llvnJ.,;! I- ' i,,!-- 1933 Squad OFFICERS Chester A. Jenkins Coach William F. Hiinnewell Himorary Captain Elmer W. Randall Manager Albert W. Wrrill Manager-Elect [jwj XL " MIC M.MICN J. F. Bennett R. l--. Corliett P. L. Dal.it R. F DeWick H. 1.. ninsnicire J. A. Gatti M . Harpnii A. I ' Held S. Hirshon N. A . Hooper W . F . Hunnewcll .1. C. Kelley K. I. Mavo J. .1. Murray H I-: . Shaw H L Webb William F. Hunxewell National Freshman Cross Country Champion Tennis IX ' ri ' ' RI- ' S ' l " in tennis at the University nf Maine seems to he decidedly nn the up- swing; witli a jjreat iuinil)er nf the students interested. Last year the Athletic Hoard reco ,niized tennis as a minor s]iort hut stated it must exist as a cluh and pay its own cxiuMisfs, until the siiort warrants further recognition. In order to get the nccessarv amount of money to send the team on tin- various trips, a dance was held and (|uite a sum was realized from this source. ' Tennis was formerly a varsity s])ort hut was dropped due to lack of student interest. Duriufj the fall of the year a tournament was held with h ' rank Fellows, a uiem- her of the freshman class, winning, after a closely fought contest with John i ' " ogarty. The semi-finals as well as the Ihials were held in the new gym. During March and . ])ril a round rohin toiUMKunent was held for the purpuse i determining the team to rejiresent the University this sjn-ing. The following men. all (if whom are ]ivoniincnt in tennis circles. cion]i(ied in this timrnament : l al)ih Wadleigh. David Lull, hrancis Lord. Knhcrt 1 lamiltnu. hihn llamiltnn, I ' hilip i ' cn- dell. I ' arker I ' Vost. and John l- ' ogarty. This si)ring the team will engage in cumintitinn with teams irom I ' .ates, llow- doin, and C ' olhv. and Loach ( ieorge .Small, who has shown nmcli interest in the suc- cess of the team, expects to have a lirsl class iutlit on the courts as soon as the weather permits. yv -r__A_ a—F ' WL xi- Villi IliiiiilrrtI liiiihly-l-i Golf I 1 1 1 ' l 19, athletic season saw the entrance of a new spnrt in tlie form of a i ' olf ' team, ' iliis was ai)prove(l as a minor sjxirt by the Atliletic Hoard witli tlie nnder- standing that it must operate as a cluh. defrayins its own expenses, mitil it gains furtlier recognition. The Golf Club was formed in the early spring, with jack l.edds, former .State amateur cham])ion. as president. Kuliirt Russ was elected vice-president and Walter Emerson, secretary-treasurer. The first contest was held May 15 against (. ' olby. the bite Mule team winning 6J4-134. The Pale Blue team was composed of l,cdd . I ' .nurson. Adams. ( ubh, Bendtsen, and Thomas. In the lirst Maine Intercollegiate Golf Idurnanient. Colby captured first ])lace with 2l3y points: llowdoin, second with 160 ; and Maine third with 130. The Maine summary: Jack l.eddy. _ ' l 1.-18-.W 1 : Al Thomas. Jl-17 -38 4 ; Walt Emerson, 15-7-22; George Cohh, 15-15-30. wu Hundred liiyhly-l-kr Intramural Athletics M StANI.KV M. W ALLALl ' . Director Iiitraimiral Spurts 1(11 nicirc interest was slmwii in iiitraiiuiral ath- letics this year tlian in years iirevions. Tliis was in ])art ckie to the fact that the new gymnasiiiin was used I ' lir all of the indoor games. The coni])etitors were able to dress and take showers in the same building in which they ])laye l and consequently more went out for the teams. . lso. .spectators took an active interest in the games. This was esjiecially noticeable in basketball, where the most interest was shown. The intramural athletic association, which spon- sored tliesf ,i;ames. is a very uni(|ue organization at the Univcrsilv of .Maine and is (jue of a very few of its kind in the country. It is a student organization, the purpose being to increase interest and com])etition in athletics, and it reaches many boys wlm would otherwise gjo through colk-gi ' without e.xperieucing the pleasures and benelits of athletic compcti- tiuii. ( )ne representative from each fraternity house on campus, and two Ironi i lanni- bal 1 lamlin and ( )ak 1 lalls compose its members. Two faculty advisers are apjKiint- ed bv the President of the University. ' I ' he tinancial basis of the association is formed by the payment of dues b - the fraternity houses. .Mso. a nnd-winler ball is spon- sored by the association, an l ;i ])roht is realized from this. Winners in the various sports are awarded cups and pl.u|ues. thereby increasing interest in the various sjiorts. Individual prizes .ire also gi iii. . change has been in.stituted this year in the awarding of the troi)by for iutrannnal track. In the future it will be necessary to win the competition three times in order to gain permanent possession of the trophy. Nine difTerent sjjorts are included in the program, . mong them are tag-fuot- b;dl, vollev ball, basketball, track, baseball, tennis, boxing, wrestling, and bowling. I ivii liiiiiUi-il hhihly-ii.v :.nvff f " • Cohen Macilridc Woodbury Creamer Kusscll Roderick Haggctt Loveless Osgood Anderson Leddy Corbett Vcnskus Richardson Day Intramural Athletic Association OFFICERS President Donald Corbett Vice-President Jack Leddy Secretary John X ' cnskus Treasurer Frederick liendtsen George Osgood — rA Jack Leddy— Ben Kvcrctt Creamer — XA William Howard— S Fred Bendtsen — DX Donald Anderson — eX Chester Marson — -AE Faculty Adviser. Faculty Adviser. James Haggett— AT Donald Corbett — Ki; Milton MacBride— H1K Donald Stone — AXA Harold Woodbury — •(•KX Harry Day— BK Sam Reese— ATSJ John Venskus — 4 MA Monte Cohen — TE I Charles Prinn — I K Gordon Richardson — Oak Lawrence Tompkins — AI ' P Chauncey Russell — H.H. Robert Loveless — H.H. Burleigh Roderick — Oak . . . . Professor Kent . Professor Wallace I ' liiidrtd I 1933-34 Season T " IIE intraimiral | " irts scasmi a tliis year actively fnlldwcd hv tlu- fratfrnities, dormitdrics. and nlT-cam])iis men. Keatiirinj; tlic list of winners are the names of two sections of the freshman dormitories. Dorm . wiiminj; the taf; foothall cham- ])ionshi]). ancl Dnrni I! taking the honors in the indoor tr; ' ,e ' meet, ' liiesc victories are vcr ' unusual, it i)eini; many years since tiie inc imin ; class has had strength to overcome the organized n])])er-class grou])s. ' 1 he la.n fo(itl)all struggles were waged continnallv all nf the fall season. In the southern league . l])lia Tau Omega graduall} ' rounded out a list of victories that linally ])lr.ced it at the toj) of the league. Dorm . in the northern league was also strong, and succeeded in cojiping the league chanijiiDnshi]) after several close games. The two teams met for the intrannu-al cup on Alumni l ' " ield. and tlu ' frosh defeated A. T. O. Basketliall. the leading intramural s]iort, was won this vear 1) - ' I ' lieta (hi in the northern-southern league tinal from I ' hi Ka])])a . ' igma hv a score of l ' ' -l.v Theta Chi edged oui the favorite. I ' hi I£ta Kajipa. in a previous game. Dorm 11 wim the track chani])ionshi]) one . " aturday afternoon this winter, tak- ing over the nearest competitor. I ' lii Mu 1 )eha. liy three and one-hall ])oints. ] ' hi Ka])pa -Sigma overwhelmed all other gmujis in the Charles Rice Cu]) con- tests to take the trophy for a second year. The nearest contestant was twentv-seven ])oints hehind the leaders. I ' .oxing and wrestling gain new interest every ear. In the lio.xini; tournament held just ]ire ious to the I ' aster recess three ni ' w cham])ions were crowned. ( . W ' as- galt. C. Towle. and j. ' rhom])son were the victors, W asgatt and ' I ' owle gaining their victories in hard fought hattles. and ' rhoui|ison winning hy forfeit. In the wrestling tournament, various contestants coached hy .Sam Reese fought it out for class cham- ]iionshi] s in a regularly conducted tournament. W . Smith. I ' " .. Sjialding, ( ' ,. .Soule. E. Woods, and J ' . W hitaker are the new wrestling champs. Other spring activities engage the interest of all students to such a great extent that the intrannn-al outdoor hasehall |irogram will not he carrieil out this vear. ,. Football A FTKK a hard luiiglit l)attlc. whicli was held in the Indoor Field a strong Dorm A (iiitfit. captained liv Chauncey Russell, emerged victorious over last vear ' s tag foothall champions and this year ' s victors in the southern league. . l] ha Tan Omega, to win the intranniral crown. In the northern league, in the first round. Dorm A won from . ' igma Xu. Ka])i)a Sigma won from Sigma Phi .Sigma. Delta Tau heat Tau Ep. Dorm 15 took Theta Chi, Oak Hall defeated Heta Theta Pi. and S.. .E. drew a hye. In the ((uarter finals. Dorm A won from Kappa .Sigma. Dorm B beat Delta Tau Delta, and Oak Hall suf- fered defeat at the hands of .S.. .E. In the semi-finals Dorm . defeated S.. .E. and then took over Dorm B for the championship of the league. The first round of the southern league saw A.T.O. defeat Sigma Chi. Phi Eta Kappa win over Beta Kapjia. . lpha (jamma Rho take Phi Gamma Delta. Phi Mu Delta defeat Phi Kai)pa. and lambda Chi Alpha suffer defeat at the hands of Phi Kappa Sigma. In the (|uarter finals .X.T.O. vanquished Phi Eta. and Phi Mu like- wise won over . lpha Gamma Rho. Phi Kapjja Sigma drew a bye. In the semi- finals .A.T.O. beat Phi Mu Delta, and in the finals emerged victorious over Phi Kappa Sigma to win the league title. ..V . ' Basketball I N :i Ica uf that was llirilliiij, ' tn the liiiisli and nf mow than usual iutcrcst, Thcta ' (lii fraternity wun tin- Inlraniural l)asketl)all ruurnanii-nt hv defeating the strong J ' lii Kappa Sigma team in thr play-ulT 1)ft vefn thi- XcirthL-rn and Sduthcrn Leagues )y a score of 19 to 1,?. I ' iii lUa Kap])a, the la iirite to cop the inurney. was nosed out in tiie Nortlu ' rn League l)y tlie winning Tiiela C ' iii teani, while in the Southern League. I ' lii Kai)pa and I ' hi Mu Delta were second to Phi Ka])pa Sigma, each having lost a single game. The Theta Chi team was composed of such stars as Ed Backer. Donald Ander- son, Jack Thompscin. Rrdph C ' orrigan. and Donald Murjihy. The entire team is composed of underclassnu ' n ;ind will jilay together next year. Of the intr;nnur;il s])orts. haskethall held the must interest. This was due per- haps to the fact that all games were |)layed in the luw g ni where spectators could easily watch the games. X_A__y. 7_J 4 Ihiiitlr Track THE intramural track meet again this year was a very close contest, with Dorm H ca])turing first i lace from a lighting and well balanced team representing Phi Mil Delta. The Dorm B team massed a total of 29 points, while their nearest com- petitor, Phi Mu Delta, was close on their heels with ISyi. The success of the Dorm team was due to the fact that they were represented hy sucii .stars as Hunnewell, who won the mile and two mile events, W ' ebi), wIkj took firsts in the hurdles and high jumj), and a third in the broad jump, and also other men who ])icked up second and third ])laces. all of which added u]j the total. The feature of the meet was the setting of a new javelin throw record of 1S5 feet, 9 inches, by . lton Bell, a freshman who was competing for Oak Hall. Hell ' s addition to the varsity next year will make Maine particularly strong in this event. ' Jhe Intramural scores were as follows: Dorm P. 29. Phi Mu Delta 25K ' . Kap] a Sigma 17. Oak Hall 14 , Phi Kappa 11, Dorm .A 9 ' ' , . Theta Chi 7 ' . Phi Kappa SigiTia, Phi Gamma Delta. Lambda Chi Al])ha. each 6. Phi Eta Kappa IJ j. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1. Charles Rice Cup r ' 1 tilt ' sfcdiid time in two years. I ' lii Kappa Si. :;nia took all hdiiiirs in the coni- ' ]ii ' tiliiin for the t ' liarles Rice ' rr(i])hy in track. F.veryhnily is eligible to compete fcir tlii cup. no matter what clas.s lie he in. in this meet. I ' hi Kappa Sigma took a trital 111 ' 5 yj ])iiints while their nearest C(im])etitcir. Dorm 1 , was far behind with 16. The success of the Phi Kai)])a Sii;ma team was due tn the fact that they l)oasted many (if the school ' s linest track men. Ken lUack wnn hdth tin- mile and the 600 yard runs, Maurice (loddard took first in the hurdle event and the .UX) yard run. Bill Cole raced home tirsl in the two mile run. while the Phi Kajipa Sigma men. h ' avnr and .Sidelinger. look (|uite a fi ' w points in the weight e ents. [• " .arl Hill, running for . l])ha Tan Omega, won the dash. ehh. Dorm 11. took the hurdle e ent, another fresliman. Red Swab, from ( )ak Hall, won the discus, liell heaved the javelin for a new record of 185 feet, 9 4 inches, an l Dick CjatTney, com- peting for Phi Gamma Delta, won the hroad jump with a leap of Jl feel. The Charles Rice scores: Phi Ka]i]ia .Sigma 51 J, i. Dorm 1! It), . lpha ' lau Omeg a 12, Phi Mu Delta 1 1 ' j. ( )ak I l.ill 10, Phi ( ' .amma Delta S, Kajipa Sigma 7, Lambda Chi .Mpli.i 7. Phi K,ip|i.i d, Thet.i Chi _ " ,). I ' .eta Theta Pi i. Dorm . 1. .Sigma Xu 1. -J Ji a-f ' m a L Volley Ball I 1 1 K intraniural V(illc ' l)all k ' af ' Uf was this year divided iiitn tlirci- luaijr.cs instead ' of the two as it lias lieen in the past, ' iliis was dune on accnuni nf the I ' aet tliat a greater ininiber of teams were entered in the league this year than last. .Ml games were ])layed in the new gym. and tliere were some very exciting contests. League A was won by the dormitory team from 1 lannibal Hamlin 1 lill. 1 .raL;iu ' I! by Phi Eta Kappa, while Phi Kap])a Sigma was the winner in League ( ' . In .ill of the leagues the contests were close hut the closest contest was in League 1 ' . where Phi Eta Kapjia, the winner, was hard jiushed by a clever Phi Kap])a team. In the ])lay-otTs Phi Eta drew a l) i- and Phi Kappa Sigma wnn a close game fnjui the Hannibal Hamlin team. In the fmals which were even closer. Phi h-la defeated Phi Kajijia Sigma by winning two out of the three games. 1 l j •l t . tl _ f A_7 ' fi.t zf — ' rh i A r-T 7 fl 1 4 m . U iio lliiiitlml Xiiii ' lv- riir Boxing ' T ' lIRF-l cliani|)i(iiis wrv iTdwucd in the lntr;iiinii-;il lInxiiiL; " toiirnaiiu-iit wliicli ' was held at llic j, ' yinnasiuiii on tlie evcniiij; of .March l( . 193.V All of tlio bouts were referccd liy Hill Keiiycin. assistant fduthall coach, and the ]ierfiirniance j, ' iven liy the hoys sixike very wi ' ll f(]r their Cdacli. ( ieortje W . Murrill, whu himself is a first class hdxer. In the nnddlewei.y;]!! (li -isi(jn. ( i. M. ' ast, ' att won a judtjes ' decision over Thoin- as CVozier, a nieinher of tlu ' t ' reshnian class. The hout was hard fouglit and went for three roinids. In the li.yht heavyweishl division. Charles Towle. I ' lii l ta Kapjia, knocked out ( )rin Thoni.as in llie second round. ' Ihonias is also a freshman. This figlit was fast and held much interest, jack Thompson, Theta Chi, won the lieavy- weifjht championslii|i of the I ' niversit - hv a forfeit. (11 AMl ' K ).VS Middleweight class CM. W ' asgatt Light heavyweight class Charles Tiiwlc Heavyweight class Jack ' riiunipson Wrestling ITH Samuel Reese as coach, the intraimiral wresthng ])r(i,i;rain enjn ed a vcrv ™ successful season this year. Sessions were held three times a week in the wrestlinsj room of the new gym. and to ca]) the season an Intramural Tournament was held March IS. 19.U. The upset of the meet was the winning of the l.%-145 pound class hv " Ed " Spaldinsj. KajuKi Sifjma. who w(in a jn(l jes ' decision over Ra]])h fojieland. Delta Tan Delta. In another judj es ' decision. Preston Whitaker won over Dick Cajitain. Delta Tau Delta, who was last car ' s chamiiion in the 156-165 juiund class. Captain was in the heavyweight class this year. Red Soule. Beta Kappa, came thniugli fur the third year in succession to win over " I ' nc " Sinclair, Lambda Lhi .Mpha, to win the title in the 145-155 pound class. I ' .ud WOnds, a newcomer at wrestling, defeated Giles Bryer. Sigma u. for the championshiji in the 156-165 ])()und class. ' i( ls represented Sigma Chi fraternity. In the lightweight division. I ' ill Smitli, Delta Tau Delta, won from Henry Gersoni in a hard fought battle. CHAMPIONS 126-135 pound class William Smith 136-145 pound class Edward Spalding 146-155 pound class Glendon Soule 156-165 pound class Eldredge Woods 166-175 pound class Preston Whitaker Women ' s Athletic Association IX tlic fjreal twn-fuld purpose nf giving to tlie ITniversity wninaii iiKire |)lcasnre and ' more licaltli. functions tlic nnicn ' s Athletic Association. All athletics are inter- class, giving more women more opportunit to partici]iate. The major s| orts are: iiockey. haskethall, arcln-ry. and tennis. The minor s])orts are; liasehall. track, ajul volley hall. . ] i.int system of credit is used in earning numerals, letters, and seal . An honorary All .Maine team is chosen in each major sport at tlii ' end of the season hy a s])ecial committee, consisting of the Di- rector of .Athletics, class leaders, team cai)tains. and head managers. The .. ..A. C (luncil functions as the he;id ol the association and |)lans the af- iairs of the association, and approves the preseiiting of awards. The association holds many gala af- fairs. During I ' reshman Week it gives ;■ picnic at I ' iney Knoll in honor of the l ' " reshnien. . " hare and hound raci ' " was held in ( )ctoher : Sophomores were the hares and the I " ' reshmen were the hounds ; while tile up])erclassnien C(ioked tlie food. I ' enny (_ " arnival. animal ' .A.. . stag (lance, was a howling success this year as a Pirate Dance. An iiUerscholastic I ' lay- Day is held at M.aine to which are sent re])resentatives from high schools and acad- emies. ' I his is he ' ll in the s]iring, and there are games, stuiUs. a picnic linner, and a l)an([uet. The .•mniKil lumn;u- hockey game, followed liv an informal tea in Ralen- tine Hall hrought many of our Alumnae hack into the s]iirit of .Maine and the life of our this year ' s students. The association rai.ses funds to partially defra the expense of sending a group of girls to I ' onoco, the national hockex . each ear. These girls gain both individually in learning techni([ue and for the college, hy hringing hack new rules and technit|ne. ' I he I ' niversity ol .Maine jnin otlier colleges in New h ' .ngland in an inter-col- legiate pl;i -day each ear. Miss I.f.N(;vki. Miss RcKiKKs i_A a-f ' ii ' ii I liiiitliiil XiiirlySi.r Rowe Ntrwinnn (.Vowlcy Sleeves Juluison Miss RnRtTs I ' hilhrook ' lHlnK Moynihan Campbell Harding MacLellan Dean Davis Women ' s Athletic Association OFFILF.RS President Shirley Youiit!; ' ice- President - nnie MacI.ellan Secretary Louise Sleeves ' i ' reasurer I " i:nicclia 1 )can Tii ' o imrfrcrf Xinfly-Sn ' Cn Inter Class Hockey 1 I ' .I ' .X conipctitinii runs amoiif, ' the classes diiriiit, ' tlic hockey seasnn, and tlie Sen- inr team came out on tlie toj) this year. C " lass hockey is a strong sjMirt among the college women, coming in tlie fall when hrisk afternoons send them out-of-doors. Mis.s Lengyel has charge of the ui)i)erclass teams, and Miss Rogers has charge of the freshman team. Physical lvliicati(jn students officiate as referees and scorers. benior beason ll A.MI ' K ). S! With a te;nn C(im| osed of Hashing players, the class of 19.U jirovided competent opposition for their underclass sisters. One tie. with the Jimiors, and three victories, and no defeats placed the seniors tirst on the list. .Seven made the .Mi-Maine hockev team. SKXK )R Tl ' .AM I..W., Cunimiiigs L.I., Haney C.F.. .Alleii R.I.. YouiiR K.W., Bunker I, .11.. jallH-rt C.H., W ' wman R.H., Mead I..F.. Dean R.F.. Roderick r,.. Profita Junior Season " Till ' ! class of 10, 5 sent some star players onto the hockey lield. fleet forwards and sturdy hacklielders. I- ' ive made the . ll-.Maine hockey team, a creditahle niini- her. Tliey lied the seniors in a hard fought game, hut lost to the freshmen, thus los- ing the title to the seniors. They were a team noted fur excellent plavers. ir.XK )R Th: A.M 1,. V.. Warner I.. I., Lawrence C.F., Crowley K.I.. Stone R.W., Johnson I ,11., I ' riHtnorc R 11,. Willard III,. Rowe 1„1 " .. IlardiiiK RII,, MacI.ellan G., Chase 7 . a-F I ..:■ Ihlli.l,,;! ni,lv l ' ;.,!,! Sophomore Season " T " 1 1 1 ' " . ' l) ' .ayi ' (l the si ' asiiii fjaincly. witli a sjjirit dear tn Maine. ' I ' lieir captain. Marie Ardier, Iioldinj; her crew well t i,i;etlier, led tlie class nf lO.Vi to win twn games. I lie team slmwed niarke l ini])rii en)ent nver last year, and lnuk foruarcl to next year when they may show their rival classes even .i reater mastery (if tech- nique. SOI ' lJi )M( )RI ' : A.M I..W.. Sylvester L.I., Campbell C.F.. .-Vrcher R.I., Hamilton R.W., Harriniaii L.H.. . llen C.H.. Gardner R.H., Lord L.F., Coffin R.F., Woodman f " .., Philbrook Freshman Season O TRIKIXri nut for the first time aj ainst veteran player teams, the class of 19.V shiiok the foundations of the solid u])])erclas.smen with their enthusiasm and spirit. With a large squad to choose from. Coach Marion Rogers selected a .group of ]iros[)ective stars. They won a lirilliant victory over the juniors, hut lost their remaining games. FRK.SJIM.W ri;A.M I.. V.. P.ishop I..I., Dill C.F.. Storey R.I.. I.anca.sler R.W.. .Aver I. .11. C akman CM. P.radlcy R.H. . Jones L.F., Folger R.F. ClitT G., .Asliby ' I iiiiilrrj .Vmc(v- V " i ' ' All Maine Hockey r K M tiic four (.lass Imckfy teams an All Maiiif tcain is sclccU ' d 1) - tho ca])taiiis ' and managers nf tin- teams, the class leader, and the Director ot ' Athletics. ' I ' lie team chosen is purely honorary, and it is the ' ' eatest reco , ' nition a .ijirl mav receive in hockey. The }, ' irls are studied throughout the season, and the choice is made on the hasis of sportsmanshi]), cooperation with the team at all sacril ' ice of personal glory, indi ' idual ahility. and masterv of teclinii|ue. TTTI " . Al.l. . 1 l. h: TTOCKF.V TF. A I OF 10, 5 Ix ' ft Wing -C ummings ' 34 — a swift rininer, and tricky hitter. Left Inner — .Stone ' , 5 — fast footwork, and .steady with the .stick. Center i ' ' orward- ' S ' oung ' 3-1 — a strong, consistent p!a er. Right Inner — Warner ' 35 — li,ghtning feet, and a clear head. Right Wing- -.Mien ' .U — wiry and clever teclini(|ue, Left Halfl)ack-Me er ' .U strength and steadiness comhinc.l. Center I lalfhack Rowe ' 35 — s])irited and game always. Right llalfhack- Xewinan ' 34- hard hitting, and strong (U ' fensive. Right h ' nllhack .Macl.i ' llan - imwerful defensive player, untiring. Left Inillhack — Dean ' 34 — a tireless defen.se, (|uick on the pick-up, (ioalie ( " hase ' 35 — a strong and impenetrahle guard of the cage. 7 _ i o-f ' m i;rr lliiutliid Women ' s Basketball r " A1 I, ' ill tlic winter an exliihitioii game was jjlayed at I ' .atcs ami ]nrial haskrt- " ball |)racticc was held for the wumeii who tried out. Later, rej, ' iilar practice iK ' gaii. Shirley 1 hitch served as maiiajjer of haskethall. Practices were held throus h- out the afternoons instead of in the evening as fonnerl . Classes were divided into A and I teams. Captains were elected for the class teams : Senior. Ij ' h M vers : jiiii- ior, Flora Stone ; Sophomore. Marie Archer ; Freshman. Ruth 1 folmes. The All Maine basketball team was chosen by the basketball board, composed of the class cajjtains. class leaders, and Director of .Athletics. This team was chosen on the basis of individual ability-, mastery of technique, and sportsmanship. ALL MAINE BASKET] ' .ALL JFAM Guard — Cousins ' 37 Guard — Newman ' 34 S. Center — Chase ' 35 Center — Holmes ' i7 Forward — MacLellan ' }tS Forward — Stone ' 35 Three Uundrci 9!!!!!8SI!!!!!!IV 4 l! lP!lFMli!l " ■ " ' i. " :ii i " ' " ' ■ ( . w StAKUNG CoNbTKLtllON Alumni Memorial I ( I tlic ]ircM_iit stuiK ' iil ;,a ' iK ' r;iti()ii jjncs tlic distiiictinn and privik ' Lit ' " liuiiifj tlie ]y { til use the new t, ' yiiinasiimi unit (if tlu ' now cimqik ' tcd Aluiiini Memorial. I he entire .slnieture is imt nnly tlie finest athlelie and ] liysical ediicatidn ])lanl tlie University has e -er had. hnl jnd,t,n ' n,i; frnni the euuinienls nf visiting enaelies and from tlie jiress re]inrts, it is one of tlie best in tlie i ' .ast. .Seven months ' nse of the jijymnasiuni for a widi ' ariet of purjio es and fnne- lions has revealed that t lie many months of careful thouL;ht and planuing ]ire]iarator to construction was time and money well ex]iended. The };ymnasium seems to have been a factor in (leveloi)ing a new interest and entluisiasm for both varsity and intra- I «. 1 L ' .NUER Cu.NsTKLCTION ' TLA a-r I ' hiii ' I hiiiiiicil ! IB , i ,.l Will - , . I .-.I a lllllll? Ik i « B- jfisiru : :: 5Uv Completed imiral athlutics. I ' liysical eckicatioii lias taken on a lu-w iiR-aiiing with tin. ' adilcd t ' (jui|)iiic ' iit and many new facilities. As the name of the hiiildinjij. Alumni Memorial, infers, it is a trilnite to those Maine men who sacrificed their lives in the performance of the high duty of service to their country in the Sjjanish and World Wars. The simplicity, usefulness, and sound construction is representative of the type of lives and service ren(lere l hy those whose memories have been honored. The Memorial was made jjossible hy gifts contributed by over 4.900 alumni, faculty, and friends. The total amount given for this purpose, together with ac- cumulated interest slightly exceeds $300,000. it being the first major gift of alunmi to the University. The Field House-Armory was completed in 19J6 ; the CJym- nasium in 1934 and the dedication ceremonv occurred |une 10. 1933. Dedication Three Hundred Thr. New England ' s Creator of Fine School and College Pictures HOWE STUDIOS, INC PORTLAND, MAINE Official Photographer of the 1935 " PRISM " Portraits Illustrations y ircv » . W. A. MOSHER COMPANY l-LK.MTLkK HAKDW AKI-: Hi-a(l(|uartcrs for the Kincst in Rccunkd Music Sir MllSIIKK, ' .l5 EASTMAN-KELLEHER CO. PONTIAC STRAIGHT EIGHT II ay market Sq. Bangor Td. ;_ ' ;9 " Sweets That Ave Different " I ' m " All Siicial l ' ' uiK " liciii I " mill Scribiier ' s— Orono All Sunday and l)aily I ' ajxTs and 1 .1 ' ldin ' f Matrazinc ' s MARION E. 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Jordan J umber Qj. liz ' crylliiiiij to Build .liixlhiiKi I.umhcr. Mdiildings. House I ' inish. Shingles, Cla])boards OLD TOWX, MAINE Pliunc -45-12 Crowcll Lancaster, Architects C. Parker Crowell, ' 98, A.l.A. Walter S. Lancaster. . .1.A. IRON AND STEEL IIE.W V U.ARUW ARE REPLACEMENT PARTS and EQUIPMENT GALVANIZED AND BLOCK SHEETS— REINFORCING STEFIL N. H. BRAGG SONS RANGOR. MAINE umired . i ( t ' lnf lnih-iit.s- 1 t ADAMS FURNISHING GOODS CO. JOBBERS OK SMALL VVARES- -DRY GOODS— LUMBERMEN ' S SUPPLIES S_ ' -S-l t ' oliiiiihin St. Dial 2-]777 laiiKor. Maine NICHOLS DRUG STORE okoxo CllAKl.KS E . Xunoi.s. I ' n.p. 1 iiilrr llic prrsriil i iiiuuit- nc nl siiui- ,W Compliments of R. B. Dunning Co. Dealers in Electrical and Plumbing Supplies Everything for Lawn and Garden 54-().S I ' i KdAii St. I!. (iOR. Mi:. VIRGIES fp QUALITY CLOTHING— SHOES— HATS ORONO. MAINE i»io.m:i :k i:. IpIiavimp ro. 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Viles Aiahie Tiinberlands Augufta, Maine a| Congratulations c . ryi. •|( ) Tin : CLASS OI ' - 1934 .m tlieir appruaching gra.liia (inn and tin- coni| lc-ti( n uf tlicir university work — and TO ' IIII-: CLASS OI- ' 1935 on this splendid nnniher of the I ' KISM and tiieir success in gathering many memories that will alwavs mean nnich to the owners of the books — AND a reminder TO ALL STUDENTS L THE UXIXERSITY that your most constant welcome — the meeting ])lace for friends — the buying center for permanent college mementt es and the social center of your University life, has been, is to- dav. and will alwavs he The University Store Q). ACME MFG. COMPANY (i. A. IIi-KSKV, ■()(). Prvs. iS: Trcas. T. M. Hkrskv, ' 34, . t. Trcas SlMMKK ANU SolTIl Sts., BaNGOR MAMIX.S A U III IIJIKIIS SI PPLIKIS SPECIALIZING l. SPIXIALTIKS FOR MOUERX COXSTKUCTIOX Pittsburg Chain Link Fences PK( IM■;KT ■ Pk iti;(t1() ' I ' iikoi ' ch I ' sk oi ' ]M " 1-ECTI K I ' KNCKS Penobscot Coal £p Wharf Co. 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