University of Maine - Prism Yearbook (Orono, ME)

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I E Libris: BRVCE V, LAMBERT Edllor-ln-( ' hlpI WILLIS E. AIMDERSOIV Buslneiis Managpr THE 1948 The Universit) of Maine Urono Maine Part I Campus Scenes Part II Administration and Faculty Part III Classes Part IV Fraternities and Sororities Part V Organizations Part VI Military Part VII Athletics Part VIII Activities Part IX Informals Part X Advertisements CAMPUS SHjJI|4.| J,fl Above t PreHidrnt ' H ReHidence Right t Curncgic Library f K - 1 N: - 13 TTTf ' Above: iJtevenH Hull Right I luberl Hull : m . ' •Sir- f -hf 1 ll I - ' i ' ,. - i .5 ' .WHItf ■ ■■= iifc- r n n i j I I I k — f UUH BRUNSWICK CAMPUS . . . Leftt Adniinisitratinn Building Above t Interior of Cliupel .... The past few years have been trying ones for the University of Maine. Not impervious to the demands of war, the University was suddenly confronted witli several new and alarming problems. The shortage of food and fuel, a diminishing faculty and a curtailment of the budget as a result of decreased enrollment are only a few of the difficulties which arose. The end of the war created another critical situation. Almost overnight the University was faced with the task of expanding to twice its normal capacity in order to accommodate students returning from the armed ser ices. Throughout the difficult war years, and now during the period of unmatched expansion, the members of the Board of Trustees have been outstanding in their success in guiding the University. Their clear thinking and good judgment has placed this, the University of Maine, among the top-ranking schools of the nation. To the Board of Trustees of the University of Maine we of the class of 1948 respectfully dedicate this Prism. fT V -r iBjLv MAYBKt.I.F. H. BROWN CI.KRK, WATERVILI.E GKORGE S. WILLIAMS AUGUSTA RAYMOND W. DAVIS «; » GUILFORD HAROLD M. PIERCE BANGOR IIARLAND A. LADO AUGUSTA ALBERT K. GARDNER ORONO FRANK W. HUSSEY WILLIAM S. NUTTER I ' RESQUE ISLE SANFORD EDWARD E. CHASE, CHAIRMAN CAPE ELIZABETH . . . Students in 1946-47 have helped to wriic an e|K)clial new chapter in the history of the University of Maine. They have lived in, and shared the work of, the transition from war to peace. They have watched the University grow from a prewar enrollment of 2,100 to 4,000. To the Facidty and the Administration, this year— made memorable by the return of men and women from the war- has been rewarding in many ways. The fine spirit of the whole student body, the splendid attitude of the veterans, and the atmosphere of achievement pervading the whole cam]jus have been most appreciated. Looking back on this year, today ' s students will remem- ber some inconveniences and much hard work. Let us hope, however, that all of us will have much more reason to remember the opportunities we have had and the worth of what we liave accomplished. Arthi;r a. Hauck President ARTHUR A RREW HAUCK Prpgldenl ol Ihp llnliPrHll) IIIVII ISTII TIVE (IFFirEKS THE REGISTRAR S OFFICE . . . The success of any institution can but reflect the caliber ot the men wlio guide its destinies. Nowhere is this truth more amply evidenced than at the University of Maine. As Assistant to the President, Charles E. Crossland performs duties too ninner- ous to mention. Significant this year has been his outstanding steering of the Union Building Drive. Registrar James A. Gannett is another officer who func- tions in many key operations. " See Mr. Gannett, " is the solution to a midtitude of student problems. And Percy F. Crane is the man everyone sees on the primary question of Maiiiiac or no. JAMES A. GANNETT REGISTRAR e. c:rosslani) assistant to the presujent pkrc:v f. niREcroR OF CRANE ADMISSIONS 16 IILNK L. DOTEN BUSINESS MANAGER FREDERICK S. YOUNGS TREASURER IRVING R. PIERCE ACCOUNTANT In the ever bustling Treasurer ' s Office we find the heart and core of the Univer- sity corporation. Here, the financial wiz- ards and their loyal crew devote their several and sundry efforts to managing the many and diverse transactions so nec- essary to successful and continued opera- tion. Seldom very spectacular, but always efficient, the men behind the scenes con- tribute as much as any professor to our education. Treasurer of the University is one of the most responsible positions in the ad- ministrative system. Many years ' loyal service has established the fitness of Fred- erick S. Youngs for this important post. He is ably assisted in his so many duties by Chief Accountant Irving Pierce and a ■ large staff. Henry L. Doten, the third member of the top management trio, guides the University in its innumerable business transactions. THE TREASURER S OFFICE . , 17 KLTON K. WIEMAN DEAN OF MEN KDITH G. WILSON DEAN OF WOMEN Closest to the students in point of pei- sonal contact are the Dean ot Men and the Dean of Women. In their hands a major portion of tlie responsibility for student ' s guidance rests. 7o no other administrative officers is the student ' s welfare so important. Biggest job of all is that held by Dean Elton E. Wieman. In his first full year on this campus he has had to direct the activities of nearly three thousand men. In addition to his other functions he serves as Director of Physical Education and Athletics. Lindsay Chalmers, Manager of Dormi- tories, represents the Business Staff in the student ' s immediate interests. Major duties of his department are feeding and housing over three thousand students. The interests of women students are supervised and guided by their ver ca- pable Dean, Edith G. Wilson. She acts as general adviser to all University wom- en, and specifically to Women ' s Student Government and the Panhellenic Coim- cil. The student ' s health is Dr. Robert C. Cornell ' s chief worry. As Director of the University Health Service he has a finger on every student ' s pulse. Assistant to the Dean of Men, Rol ert Worrick also fills an important post in the system. In addition, he acts as head of the Social Affairs Committee. LINDSAY B. c;halme:;s managp:r of dor.viitories ROBKRI ;. C:ORNELI., M.D. DIRECnOR OF HEALTH SERVICE ROBERT C. WORRICK A.SSISTANT TO DEAN OF MEN 18 PHILIP J. UROCKVVAY DIRIXTOR OF PLACEMENT BUREAU JOHN C. SEALEY, JR. ALUMNI SECRETARY When a University student looks for a job, be it for summer or for l ife, he goes to see Phil Brockway. The Place- ment Bureau, of which he is chief, ren- ders an outstanding service in providing advice and aid to graduates and under- graduates alike. No matter how smoothly operated, it is an obvious fact that machinery needs must occasionally break down. When anything happens to plant or equipmeni the call is for none other than our ca- pable Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, Carroll Dempsey. To keep the old grads in touch with activities at the alma mater is the jol) which occupies John Sealey ' s time. This year, most of his time has been devoted to organizing support for the new Union Building. Many years of service have made our Librarian, Louis Ibbotson, a campus in- stitution. Caretaker of numberless vol- umes, he is ever willing to lend a hand to a student in distress. And a big word of commendation to the Library staff. And just to keep the world informed as to what goes on at the school, there is Howard Keyo, Publicity Director. If a news story concerns anyone even remotely connected with the University, a release from Keyo spreads the word. 1 1 t • g t " M 4 u : ' ..jj CARROLL DEMP.SEY SUPT. OF BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS LOUIS T. IBBOTSON LIBRARIAN HOWARD A. KEYO DIRECTOR, PUBLICITY BUREAU SWICK CAIWPUS JASPER FARNHAM GROUSE Director, The Brunswick Campus The freshmen of The Brunswick Cam- pus, in this the ir first year of college, have clearly shown themselves to be worthy citizens of the University of Maine. In the important routine of classes, lectures, laboratories, and study, they have con- sistently demonstrated maturity, serious- ness of purpose and diligence. The rec- ord is good. Beginning college work off the Orono campus and without the presence of up- per classmen presented disadvantages and advantages. To have dwelt upon the former would have brought only unhap- piness; the Brunswick freshmen quickly chose to emphasize the latter. Early in the year student leadership became evident and from then on extra- curricular activities made an important contribution to the college life. Especi- ally commendable is the spirit of under- standing and cooperation that the stu- dents demonstrated throughout the year. I congratidate them wholeheartedly. 20 HARRY W. GORDON ASSISTANT TO TREASURER JONATHAN V. FRENCH DEAN OF MEN Setting up and running an entirely new imiversity unit is no small task, a teat deserving of the highest commenda- tion. To Director Jasper Grouse and his veiy able assistants goes the praise in recognition of their outstanding accom- plishment. Director Grouse has had the biggest job of all, guiding and coordinating as the .Vnnex got into jiroduction. His sincere and skillful efforts have been in large part responsible for the successfid record Brunswick has enjoyed. Money is an object to Harry Gordoa, Annex treasurer. Through his hands flow the funds which keep the machine oper- ating. Francis McGuire is the other man on the business angle, managing all the varied internal dealings of the Depart- ment. Supervising some eight hundred vet- eran freshmen has been interesting work for Dean of Men Jonathan French, but it has been no easy job. In his spare time he doubles as Instructor in French. Dr. Gharles L. Tuttle administers to physical needs, and dispenses pills, tonics, and ad- vice with a liberal hand. And the girl who keeps the records straight for the new campus is Marcia Allen. Again congratulations to the Bruns- wick staff for a fine job. CHARLES L. TUTTLE, M.D. DIRECTOR OF HEALTH SERVICE MARCIA A. ALLEN ASSISTANT TO REGISTRAR FRANCIS S. MCGUIRE A.SSISTANT TO BUSINESS ANAGER 21 ARTS Af II SflE rES ' ' 1 ' jB B L r ' ' " f mar IT ' a. mn.ii W ► 1 ' - T " Ks . -== z ' ■ill S ' r " ■ " ; «Bi»sw- k DEAN JOSEPH M. MURRAY EMERITUS Carolink Colvin (AMES N. Hart Gkorgf. D. Chasj: John H. Huddilston Stanley R. Ashby Frances Arnold Romance Languages Clarence Bennett Physics Paul Bennett English Jonathan Biscoe Physics Herschel Bricker Speech Edward Brush I ' sychology XoAH Bryan Mathematics NFarun Buzzeli. Romance Languages Henri Casavant Romance Languages AViLLIS Caton Mathematics Alfred Ca iing Music Kathleen Chambers English LisE Cloutier Romance Languages Victor Coffin Physics Esther Comecvs Mathematics Seated: Turner, Levinson, Dickinson, Sprague, Kimball, Bennett Standing: Kirslien, Starr, Runion, Dean Murray, Speicher, Douglass, Hartgen 22 CORINNE COMSTOCK History and Government Stanlkv Cressey English C.IIARI.ES CrOFUTT Physics Ruth Crosby English Matthew Culi.en History and Goverrnncnt Eleanor Curtis Zoology Irving Devok Music Charles Dickinsox Psychology Edward Dow History and Go crnment John Edmunds Physics Milton Ellis English Pauline Fairbanks English William Psychology Hilda Fife English Howard Flewelling English Carl Flynn Zoology John Fuller Zoology John Gallagher Economics Oliver Garceau History and Government WoEFORD Gardner Speech Edward Geary Romance Languages ALBERr Gl.ANVILLE Psychology Eugene Gordon Mathematics Lloyd Griffin English l)E Vrrr Hardy History and Government James Harmon Mathematics Vincent Hartcen Fine Arts Henry Hawley Business Administration Frederick Haydon History and Government Franz Hohn Mathematics William Jeffrey History and Government Mavnard Jordan Astronomy Wayne Jordan Journalism Si ' OEEORD Kimball Mathematics Robert Kingsbury Physics Marion Kingston English Hi MY Kirshen Economics and Sociology EISA Klein German John Klein German Lewis Knoi.lmever Economics Fred Lamoreau Mathematics Leo Lapidus Mathematics Ronald Levinson Philosophy V ' ARREN Lucas Mathematics Dorothy MacBride Zoology Anne Mawhinney Mathematics Marvin Meyer Zoology Edwin Miles German Frances Miller English Inez Miller Psychology SuTrON Monro Mathematics C;race Moore English Samukl Morse English Wkslfy Pannunzio Romance Languages Alfred Peli.ecrino Romance Languages Roy 1 ' eterson Classics Rum PiF.RCE Zoology V ' iRGii. Pratt Z(X)logy DONAI-D QlJINSFY Psychology ClEcn. Reynolds English John Romanyshyn Sociology Howard Rumon Speech George Sanderlin English ViLLL M Scamman English James Selwood Music William Sezak Economics and Sociology Georoe Small English Howard Smith Fine Arts Leslie Smith Classics Benjamin Speicher Zoology Adei.bert SI ' RAGUE Music Wilmarth Starr Languages and Classics Joyce Stevens Speech John Stewart Mathematics Louis Romance Languages Frank Todd Physics Albert Turner English Howard Vernon History and Government Louis-Andre Vicneras Romance Languages Charles Virtue Philosophy John VATSON Physics Letitia Watson Mathematics Theodore Weh-Er Sociology Albert Whitmore History and Government Walter Whitney English Phyllis Williamson Speech Ediih Wilson Sociology Thomas Wooli.ey, Jr. Speech ROBERt ' ORK History and Government Edwin Young Fxonomics Robert Adriance Economics Albert Dietrich Sociology Percie Turner English William Bickford Physics Lf;o Bunker Mathematics Doris Davis Psychology Thomas Easton Zoology Robert Fortier English William Gifford Mathematics Richard Goodridce History and Government Weston Haskell English Jennie Johnson Economics and Sociology John Magee Mathematics Marian Webster Psychology Helen Whitman Psychology James Whitten History and Government Sarah Wright Romance Languages 24 i;i(l(llLTUI(E DF.AN ARTHUR L. 1)KKRIN(; EMERITUS Frf.mont L. Russn.i, Gkorcf. E. Simmons EuiTH M. Patch RoiiKRi Ashman Forestry Grk;orv Bakfr Forestry Rl BA IjASONr Home F.toiiomics R )(;i K Ci.AiM ' Honitulture FlIOMAS CUI.TON Poiillry Husl)an(lry Jamf.s r.iiRrrs Forestry CiiARiFS Dirks Ent{)niology Ll.KWFI.I.VN DORSFY Dairy Husbandry (iFOROF Dow Agritiiltural Kconomits W ' Ai.i.Af:!; Ei.iior Afjric lilt Ural Fdiicalion Ada Ffi.cii Home Economics l.Ficii Gardnf.r Poultry Husbandry Jay Game Management Edwin CJiddings Forestry Gladys Goiii u HoniL ' Economics Seated: Nason, Steinmetz, Hill, Libby, Dean Deering, Griffee, Lord, Loring, Greene Standing: Dolloff, Folsoni, Merchant, Ashman, Lovejoy, Lathrop, Tobey, Hitchner, Waring, Hitz, Shaw 25 Katihrim. Mills Home Economics ClIARI.LS MORAN Agronomy Margllrml Muscrave Home Fxonomics Eugene Ogdln Botany Robert Olson Entomology John Pedlow Biocliemistry Henry Plunlmer Forestry DOROrHV POWELSON Bacteriology Alton Prince Botany Winston Puli.en Agricultural Economics Arthur Randall Forestry Nathan Rich Agricultural Engineering Pearl Greene Home Economics Howe Hall Animal Husbandry Herbert Hill Agricultural Education Elmer Hitchner Bacteriology Cecil Howes Poultry Husbandry Fav Hvland Botany Maurice Jones Agricultural Economics Winthrof Libby Agronomy Fred I.orinc Assistant to Dean Mary McLintock Home Economics Howard Mendali. Game Management Charles Merchant Agricultural Economics 26 . |.|-R[.0 SlIAW Animal Husbaiulry Harry Smith Poultry Husbandry | )IIN Smvth Poultry Husbandry Mary SnTdkr Home Economics I.OIIISK Sri- OMAN Home Economics (;i )RCF. STKIMSAIIIR Botany Kl-.RDINAND StF.INMF.TZ Botany Roland STRUcim-MEYFR Agronomy M RION SWEETMAN Honu ' Economics Harold Swift ' Agronomy Gilbert Terman Agronomy Moody iREVErr Agronomy Allan Virta Horticulture James Waring Horticulture Fern Witham Home Economics ) HN Witter Animal Pathology Malcolm Coulter Wildlife Conservation Bi ' rleich Crockett Animal Husbandry Leslie Glasgow Wildlife Conservation Benjamin Graham Botany Iredi.rk; Leonard Bacteriology PlIILlI ' Pl.AISTED Entomology C;oRi)0 Ramsdei.l Dairy Husbandry Lola Soba Biochemistry 27 TElH nLnCY DKAN PAUL CLOKF. EMERITUS E FRKTT W. DaVK.F. Charms 1 ' . Vi-sion Wiii.iAM E. Barrows Ai I ' ll! I ' s P. Lyons MiRTON Hanks Engiiiccriiig Drafling ROBKRT BaXTFR Engineering Diafliiig Eix;ar Bo ;an Chemistry lil-RrRAND BrANN Chemistry CirARi.i.s Brauii.i f:nr Chemical Engineering Paul Bray Pulp and Paper ' lech. (ii orgi. Clifford Engineering Drafting Paul Clokf Electrical Engineering Alan ClRABtRFF Engineering Drafting KFNNFrll Crabirff Electrical Engineering Seated; Evans, Dean Clokc, WatsoTi, Creamer Standing: Douglass, Whitney, Bennett 28 Wait) R Crf ANtKR Klccliical Eiigincciing Howard Crosby Electrical Engincciing IRWTN Doiir.i.Ass C:hemistiy Harrison How Electrical Engineering Wkston Evans Civil Engineering Hamilton Gray C ivil Engineering Wii.i.iAM Harvky Mechanical Engineering Artiu ' r Hill Electrical Engineering KiciiARu Hill Mechanical Engineering Jennkss Chemical Engineering jiisiiN Johnson Mechanical Engineering Benjamin Kknt Engineering Drafting Harold I.eavitt Highway Engineering John I.kvvis Chemistry Walih) Liublv EL ' ctrical Engineering Maithe v McNeary Engineering Drafting I ' redlric Martin Chemistry Carl Ono Chemistry Jack 1 ' arkir Electrical Engineering Kknnkth 1 ' arsons Elfclrical Engineering Harry 1 ' irkins Mechanical Engineering Irving 1 ' rackman Mechanical Engineering Si MOI R RVCKMAN Sanitar) Engineering Wentwortii Schofield Mechanical Engineering Vincent Shainin Geology Theron SI ' ARROAV Mechanical Engineering Erank Taylor Civil Engineering Robert Tebbe Chemistry George Treat Engineering Drafting Joseph TREFf:THEN Geology Harry Watson Mechanical Engineering Roy Whitney Chemical Engineering Walter Witham Mechanical Engineering Russell Bodwell Civil Engineering Francis Brown Chemis try William Collins Chemistry Henr Chemical Engineering Fred Hkrboi.zih imer Chemistry RoSWEI.L Hi liKARD Chemistry Carleton Kii.I ' atrick Cheniistrv Harry McNeil Chemistry Alvin McXeilly Chemistry IlIOMAS I ' ARMENTER Chemistry Albert Sawyer Chemistry Eari.anji Si eight Chemistry Sherman Smith Ci il Engineering 29 Eiiii(v Tin HKAN GI.KNN KKNDAI.I. john c kawfori) Frank Fostir JosKcii Haii, ErMSI JACKMAN Gl.KNN Kr.NDAI.I. I ' AVSON SmITII CONFRIBUTING MEMBERS C ' .I.ARl NCK Bl ' .NM lT Charms Dickinson Irwin Douglass HiMV KiRSHF.N 1.1 SI.H. SiMITir Bl ' .N JAMIN SpEICIIF R Al.BKRT TlJRNF.R Seated: Turner, Crawford, Dean Kendall, Jacknian. .Smith Standing: Kirshen, Speicher, Dickinson, Douglass. Bennett 30 (;r()R(;i. Ai.i.iN I ' hysiis Ai.iiiRi I5ari)KN Zoology Rav I() i Uuck Botany Haul Randaii. Dof. Oheinisti y lillRlSI DlJMAIS Spccdi Rkiiari) Emon Physics |0 AT11AN FrKNCH RoniaiKC I.;mgii;if cs I ' rancis Gingras Clitmisliy Sami ' ij (Jivkkn Malhcmalics KiizAiiiiii Gordon Romance Languages Ni II. Hai.kvard Malliemalics i.i ) Hamm Hngiiicciing Dia fling I ' Mu.i.rr Hamm Malliemalics l!i airici Hanson Knglish Frank Hanson Speech OONSTANCE Hf.DIN English Johnson E ngineering Diafling (Iarroi.i, KnAI ' P Chemistry Martin Knoi ' F (Chemistry Rov Lacy English Nancy Libby English H ROI,D LOIIDIR (ihemistiy Donald McGraves English David Macombir Zoology Wii.i.ARD Martin Ghemistry Hrucf. Mazi.isii History and Ciovernment GONSTANCF. MAZI.ISII Romance Languages HiRBFRi Mkhi.horn Mathematics EvKRi T r Xason Engineering Drafting 1r|:1)I RICK Ol.KSON Physics Morion 1 ' ai tfn Phyjcs RoBiRr Raymond Supervisor of Alliletics Donald Sands English Blrnard Sass Zoology | Mis Smith Hisioiy and C;o crnnient Wilson Stali.worthy Zoology Barbara Slanhoi ' I-. English Samufi. Tiiorndikf Mathematics Mii.iORD Vi;ncf English Mark Wfndt Engineering Drafting Josii ' ii Plnsical Education Standing: Nason, Wence, Olsen, Hanson, Smith, Johnson Seated: Harden, Martin, French, Raymond, Thorndike ;u Grand it is indeed lo find the dawn of a new era and lo be a part ol it. ' c here at the University of Maine in this past year have liad that experience, and we are deeply appreciative of our great good fortune. Though we may find fault more than occasionally, we realize that time alone will straighten out many war born problems. Like the other schools, we ha ■e in- creased our enrollment to almost double its normal proportions. This has been a bountiful year for all organizations iu that they have been overloaded with tal- ent, the residue of men returning from the prewar classes reinforcing the normal activity. Competition has been keen all along the line. In the parlance of business, wc are passing through a building ])hase. These first few postwar years arc, of necessity, dedicated to expanding and building up the school which we will be proud to call Alma Mater. BILL BROWN, AL HUTCHINSON, AL MCNEILLY PEG GOOGINS , We ' ve been loyal, proud Mainiacs for four troubled and significant years. Varied vast experiences include war worries and victory, the Army ' s stay, the Hannibal fire, men leaving and returning from service. Gold Star tragedies, acceleration. Minor revisions in tradition and activity for a decreased and more feminine student body were Masque short shows, roller skating, inactive fraternities, more dorm activity, but we maintained the major things so dear to every Maine man— Homecoming, the Hello, Campus, Prism, Stu G, Maine Day. As Seniors, we ' ve seen sudden expan- sion, GI students, temporary housing, a Memorial Union Building drive. We hate leaving as normalcy nears. 34 ShULLS Standing: White, Curtis, RicliariUon, Brown, Hutchinsun Seated: Johns, McXeilly ALL lU VI E WIIME Phillips, Spaulding, McNeil, Mills, Durgin, Foster, Morrow, Ricker 35 SENIORS JEAN SHIRLEY ACKLEY Psychology Hampden Highlands M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3. RODNEY HIGGINS ALLAN Agricultural Engineering ALEXANDER MacLEOD ADAMS History and Government Camden Campus 1, 3, Contributing Editor 1, 3, Editor 4; M.C.A. 1, 3, Cabinet 3, University Peace Conference 1, Maine Handbook, Editor-in-Chief; Intercollegiate Conference for World Peace 3; Sophomore Owls; Contributors ' Club; OCUMMO, Charter Member 3; Men ' s Senate 3, 4; Gen- eral Senate 4; University Emergency Service Fund 3, Publicity Committee. HOLYOKE PURINGTON ADAMS, a K2 Dairy Husbandry Melrose, Mass. Alpha Zeta, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; Agricultural Club; Hood Scholarship 3; Dean ' s List la, lb, Ic, 3a, 3b. Agriculture PHILIP HAROLD ALBAIR, ATA Caribou HAROLD ROSCOE ALLEY, ATA History Calais Spanish Club 1; Maine Outing Club 1; M.C.A. 1-4; Proctor 3, 4 ; Advanced Military 3, 4 ; Dean ' s List 3b ; Education Club 4. FREDERICKA AMBORN English Lincolnville M.C.A. 1, 2; M.O.C. 3; Radio Guild 3; Volleyball 1, 2; Class of 1911 Scholarship 2; Dean ' s List lb, 2b, 2c, 3a. JOAN AMBROSE. AOn Psychology Bangor Freshman Class Secretary ; House President 1 ; M.C.A, 1, 2, 3; Masque 2, 3; Sophomore Eagles; Spanish Club, Treasurer 2; W.S.G.A. 1, 2, Executive Committee 3; Pan- hellenic Council 3; May Breakfast Committee Chairman. 36 SENIORS h CHARLES ROBERT ANGEL, AfP Biochemistry Elmira Heights, N. Y. Football 1. GEORGE FRANCIS BAGLEY Electrical Engineering Orono RAYMOND H. ATWOOD, K2 Chemical Engineering Cross Country 1, 2; Ski Team 2, 3. Bangor JOHN CUFFORD BARROWS Chemical Engineering Glen Ridge, N. J. HAROLD SIDNEY AVERY, JR., SAE Business Administration Bath Tennis: Intramural Athletics; Education Club. ROY WELLINGTON BARSTOW, JR. Mathematics Brewer Glee Club. LOUISA BACON, 4 M Home Economics Naples M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; M.O.C. 2; Glee Club 2. 3; House Secretary 2; Junior House Caucus 3; Neai Mathetai; Sigma Mu Sigma 3, 4. Secretary-Treasurer 4; Merrill Palmer School 3b; Omicron Nu 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Dean ' s List la. lb, Ic, 2a, 2b, 2c, 3a. MELVIN JONATHAN BARTLETT Business Administration East Stoneham M.C.A. I, 2, 3; M.O.C. 1, 2, 3; Masque 1; International Relations Club 2, 3. 37 SENIORS CLAYTON EARL BARTLEY, ex Agronomy Presque Isle HASTINGS NEWCOMB BARTLEY, JR., AXA Forestry Walthani, Mass. Forestry Club; Maine Outing Club; Proctor; Sopho- more Owls; Glee Club; Student Senate. RENA BELL English Bangor M.C.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Off-Camiius Women 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 2b; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4. SIMON BERENSON, TF. Zoology Football Manager, Portland MYRON LAWRENCE BERNSTEIN Psychology Swampscott, Mass. DOROTHEA BETTS German Deutscher Verein; Dean ' s List Ic, 2, 3a. Bangor KURT BIEHL Geology Baltimore, Md. LEWIS JONATHAN BIRT Education East Millinocket Transfer .Aroostook State Normal School. 38 ffi?: f ' ' SENIORS MALCOLM HINCKLEY BLODGETT English West Brooksville Normal School Scholarship 1941-42; Glee Club and Chorus 1941-42; Masque 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3; Chapel Choir 4. JO-ANN JULIET BOUCHARD Home Economics Caribou Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; M.C.A. 1, 2 3; Maine Masque 1, 2; Radio Guild 2; Newman Club 2, 3; Field Hockey 1, 2; Freshman Club 1; M.O.C. 2. 3; Graduation Pageant 3; Campus 1, 2, 3, Circulation Staff. RICHARD COURTNEY BLOOM, ATA Business Administration North Haven M.C.A. 1; Masque 1, 2, Mgr. 2; Men ' s Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Choru s 1, 2, 3; Interfraternity Council 4, Secretary- Treasurer 4; Men ' s Senate 4; P. B.C. 4; Union Building Fund Committee 4; President Delta Tau Delta 4. Music RUTH ELIZABETH BOERKER Kingston, N. V. ELIZABETH BOYCE Zoology Springfield Deutscher Vercin 3, 4; Masque 1, 2; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 2; Chemistry Seminar 3; House Council 2. STELLA JENNIE BORKOWSKI Mathematics Stillwater Off-Campus Women 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice Presi- dent 4; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3; Basketball 1; " M " Club 4; Square Dance Club 3, 4; Education Club 4; Newman Club; Dean ' s List 3a, 3b; Sigma Mu Sigma 4. LYNDON HERRICK BOND, ATA Wildlife Conservation Forestry Club 1. 2, 3; Band 1. 2. Bangor MARY BOYNTON Psychology Millinocket Home Economics Club 1; Basketball 1. 2, 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 3, Treasurer 3; M.O.C. 1, 2; M.C.A. 1. 2, 3. 39 SEIVIORS PKTER JOHN BRADSHAW History BanRor CLYDE LEON BRALEY, JR. Mechanical Engineering So. Portland KATHLEEN BRIDGES, XS) English Calais Contributors ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus 1, 3, 4; Pine Needle 4; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; M.O.C. 2, 3; Masque 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2. 3; Modern Dance Club 1, 2, 3; Badmin- ton 1, 2, 3; Radio Guild 3; All-Maine Women ' s Pageant 3; Literary Editor, Prism 3; Riding Club 4. ROBERT OTIS BROKAW, ATA History and Government No. Plainfield, N. J. Glee Club 1, 2, 4; M.C.A. 1, 2, 4. WILLIAM HENRY BRANN Business Administration Gardiner LESLIE CLARENCE BREWER, BGH Electrical Engineering Bar Harbor Scabbard and Blade; A.I.E.E.; Vice President-Treas- urer Beta Theta Pi; Business Manager of 1944 Prism. WALTER CALVIN BROOKS, K2 Zoology Rumford Payson Scholarship 1; M.C.A. 1, 2, 4; Proctor 3c; Bas- ketball 3a; General Senate 3b; Men ' s Senate 3b; Execu- tive Committee 3; Interfratfernity Council 3. WILLIAM E. BROOKS, K2: Civil Engineering Rumford 40 SENIORS Ib JACQUELINE E. BROWN, HB HoTiie Economics Augusta M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Staff 3, 4; Omicron Nu Hon- orary Society 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Home Economics Clul) 1. 2, 3; All-Maine Hockey Team 4; Dormitory Masketball Manager 4; Hockey 1, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Softball I, 2, 3; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3. ROBERT WELLS BRUNDAGE, 1 HK Agricultural Economics Danbury, Conn. Band 1, 2; Orchestra 3; 4-H Club 1, 2. JANICE BROWN, IIB ' I ' l- ' rencli Natick, Mass. House ' i -e President 1; French Club 2. 3, 4, President 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Panhellenic Council 2, Secretary 3, I ' resident 4; Etlucation Club 3, 4; Junior Executive Coun- cil 3; Tennis 1; Badminton 2; Dean ' s List 2, 3. DOROTHY MAY BRUNS, M Psychology Bangor Sigma Mu Sigma; Off-Campus District Representative; .M.C.A.; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3. WALTER EASTMAN BROWN, JR. Civil Engineering Bucksport Football 1; Asst. Manager Baseball I; JV Football 2; A.S.C.E. Student Chapter 2, 3, 4. GURDON S. BUCK, e.X Poultry Husbandry Naples Cross Country Track 1; Rifle Team 1, 2; M.O.C. 1; tilce Club 1, 2. 4; Agricultural Club 1, 2, 4; Maine Flving Clul) 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3; Phi Kappa Phi. WILLIAM SMARDON BROWN, ATJl Speech Portland Class President 4; Class Treasurer 3; Senior Skulls; Football Manager 1. 2, 3; Men ' s Senate 4; General Sen- ate 4; Masque I, 2, 3, 4; Radio Guild 1, 2, 3; Prism 3; Union Building Conmiittee 4. SUMNER LAWRENCE BURGESS, 1 MA Forestry Sangerville Baseball 1: Intramural Softball 3; Scabbard and Blade; University Chorus 1. 41 SENIORS RICHARD M. BURRILL, K£ • Mechanical Engineering Livermore Falls Football. SHIRLEY ANNA CARLE Education Princctt)n M.C.A.; Education Club; 300 Club; Square Oancc Club; Transfer from Farmington State Teachers ' College. MELVIN METCALF BUTLER, I MA Animal Husbandry Wellesley Hills, Mass. CHARLES LIDSTONE CARI ' ENTER Mechanical Engineering Bangor CONSTANCE CLARK CAMPBELL Psychology Auburn M.C.A. 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; French Club 3; M.O.C. 2; Mu Alpha Epsilon 3. VERNON HAROLD CARVELL, GX Civil E ngineering Mai)letijn A.S.C.E. 4. IRENE CAMPBELL English Gouldsboro M.C.A. 1, 2; OiT-Campus Women 1, 2, 3. DONALD CASEY Horticulture Bucksport 42 SENIORS SHIRLEY CASTNER I ' sychnloKy Itangor Square Dance Club 2, 3; Modern Dance Club 2, 3; Neai Mntleai; Off-Campus Women 1, 2; ' M " Club 3; Bas- ketball 1. 2, .?; Asst. Hockey Manager 3; W.A.A. Council 3; M.C.A. I. 2, 3; State of Maine High School Scholar- ship; Dt-an ' s List la, lb, Ic, 2a, 2b, 2c, 3a. CHARLES V. CHAPMAN, ATS) Civil Engineering Augusta Track 1, 2; Band 1, 2; Intramural Activities; American Association Civil Engineers; ' M " Club; Treasurer ATO House. HERBERT RUSSELL CHAMPION Civil Engineering Anson M C.A. 1. 2. 3, 4; American Society of Civil Engineers 3, 4; M.O.C. 4. WILFRED CHESEBROUGH, 2N Mechanical Engineering Stonington, Conn. Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 4, President 4; Mu Alpha Epsilon 3, 4; A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3; Emergency Service Com- mittee 2; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM CHESWORTH, K2 JOSEPH BENJAMIN CHAPLIN, JR., rA Ceneral Engineering Bangor M.C.A. 1, 2. 3; Football 1, 2; Proctor 3; Dean ' s List 4a. ROBERT CHAPLIN, UA Business Administration Hillside Track 1; M.C.A. 1, 3; Freshman Club 1; Radio Guild 1. Mechanical Engineering Milton, Mass. NORA ELIZABETH CHIPMAN, AOn Mathematics Poland Springs M.C.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. Council 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Class Leader 2; Tennis and Badminton Manager 3; Hockey 1. 2, 3. 4; All-Maine Reserve 2; All-Maine Hockey Team 4; Sophomore Eagles; " M " Club 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2; University Seal 3. 43 SENIORS GENE PETER CIARROCCHI Education East Millinocket ALVORD WHITE CLEMENTS, Ueil Forestry Bangor Varsity Track Indoor and Outdoor 1, 2. 3; Intramural Athletics, Basketball, Volleyball, Football ; Forestrv Club. ARCHIE RAYMOND CLARK EngineerinR Physics Millinocket ELIZABETH CLEMENT Theatre Portland Masque 2, 3; Council 2, 3; Campus 2, 3; Women ' s Forum 3; International Relations (. ' lub 3; Orchestra 1, 2; Radio Guild 3; Glee Club 1; French Club 2. JOHN RUSSELL CLARK, GX Mathematics Kennebunk Transfer from University of New Hampshire; M.C.A. 4. ROBERT LINWOOD CLAYTON Government Asiiland JOHN CLEMENT Zoology Bangor Campus 1, 2, 3, Editor 3; Orchestra 2; Political Break- fast Club 2, 3; M.O.C. 2, 3; Deutscher Verein 3. ARLENE MARJORIE CLEVEN, AOn Psychology Portland House President 1; House Council 1, 2. 4; W.S.G.A. 1; Campus 1, 2; Masque 2, 3; Contributors ' Club 2, 3, 4; M.O.C. 3; International Relations Club 3; Badminton 2; Xeai Mathetai ; Sigma Mu Sigma 3. 4; Dean ' s List la, lb, Ic, 2a, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b; Deutscher Verein 3, 4; Univer- sity Scholarship 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi. 44 SENIORS ALBERTA EMOGENE CLOSSON, AAA -oology Ellsworth Itana 2. 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Mu Alpha Epsilon; M.O.C. 2, 3; Vice President N. Estabrooke 3; Riding Club 3; Women ' s Forum; Masque; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Treasurer nf Delta Delta Delta. MILDRED COHEN Sociology Portland Transfer from Westbrook Junior College 1945 ; M.C.A. 3. 4; M.O.C. 3; Spanish Club 3; Radio Guild 3; Riding CMub 3; Embassy Committee 3. 4; Ilillel 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent 3, 4; Cultural Committee Chairman 2, 4; Hillel Scroll 3, 4. MARIAN HARRIS COMSTOCK MALCOLM OLIVER COLBY Mechanical Engineering Economics Millinocket Bangor WILLIAM HENRY CONDON, MA Civil Engineering, Geology Newport Cross Country 1, 3; Indoor Track 1, 2, 3; Outdoor Track 1. 2, 3; Sophomore Owls; Pale Blue Key; A.S.C.E. 2; " M " Club 3; Maine Outing Club 1, 2, 3; Pack and Pine 2, 3, Treasurer 2; Transfer from Cornell University, BARBARA E. CONNERS, IIB-b Home Economics Old Town M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Oflf-Campus Women 1, 2, 3, 4; District Representative 3; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Publicity Chairman 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Dean ' s List 2b, 3a. JOSIAH E. COLCORD, AXA Civil Engineering So. Portland Tennis Manager 3; Editor Prism 3; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade 3; A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4, President 4; Dean s List 1. 2, 3; Proctor 3, 4. RAY AVERY COOK, ATA Pre- Medical Eastport Intramural Sports 1. 2, 3, 4; House President 3; Bas- ketball 3; Interfraternity Council 3; Dean ' s List la, lb. ?S r - 45 SENIORS - ' - ' MELVIN HUBERT COONS, ATA Chemistry Woodland Intraiiniral liasketball, Baseball. Football. CONSTANCE FLANDERS CRATTY English Bangor Transfer from Merrymount College, Tarry town, N. Y. ; Assistant Editor Pine Needle 4. RAY EDWARD CORLISS Agronomy Sherman Mills Agricultural Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Masque 2, 3. MARGARET EVANGELINE COUSINS, HB Five Year Nursing East Millinockct Freshman Paper 1; Glee Club 1; Basketball 2, 4; Volleyball 2, 4; 300 Club 4; Square Dance Club 4; Rifle. Club 4; Riding Club 4; Education Club 4; Maine Outing Club 4; M.C.A. 1, 2, 4; Congregational Club 2; Masque 4; Badminton 2, 4; " M " Club 4. CHARLES FRANCIS CROCKER, GX Engineering Physics Centerville, Mass. Camera Club 2, 3; Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4; Fraternity Treas- urer 3, 4. BAYARD MORSE CRONKHITE, rA. Mechanical Engineering Cambridge, Transfer from Georgia Tech. Mass. CONSTANCE COYNE Home Economics Bangor M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Off-Campus Women 1. 2, 3, 4; District Representative 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cam- pus Staff 3. 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Prism Business Staff 3; Women ' s Student Government Council 4; Dean ' s List 2a, 3a. DONALD ERWTN CROSSLAND, KS Business Administration Orono Freshman Tennis; M.C.A. Cabinet 2, Treasurer 3, Pres- ident 4; Varsity Debate 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Reporter 1, Managing Editor 2; Political Breakfast Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Orchestra 3, 4; Dean ' s List la, lb, 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b. 46 SENIORS ANNA MARGARET GROUSE, IIB Zoology Dexter Mu Alpha Epsilon 2, 3; Spanish Club 2; W.A.A. Council 3; Assistant Hockey Manager 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3; JJand 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2; M.C.A. 1. 2. CHARLES SUMNER GUSHING, JR., MA Engineering Physics Portland House Chairman 1; Men ' s Student Senate 1; Basket- ball 1; Charles Woodman Fund Scholarship; Hathaway Scholarship 1; Calvin Nealley Scholarship 2; Dean ' s List la, lb, 2a, 2b; Proctor 2, 3; Junior Glass Vice President; Junior Marshal; A.I.E.E. Treasurer 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Tau Beta Pi, Recording Secretary. BARBARA LOUISE CROWELL Chemistry Ludlow, Mass. M.C.A. 1, 2; Orchestra 1; Band 2; M.O.C. 3, 4; Pack and Pine 4; Deutscher Verein 1, 2. 3. 4, Vice President 4; Maine Chapter of Student Aftiliates of American Chemi- cal Society 4; Dean ' s List la, lb, Ic, 3a. CEDRIC RLTSSELL CUSHMAN Chemical Engineering Portland r WILLIAM JOSEPH GULLEN, KS Civil Fingineertng Auburn ROBERT FRANCIS CUSHMAN, AXA Engineering Physics So. Portland BENJAMIN A. CURTIS, MA Agricultural Economics Presque Isle Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 1; Baseball 1; Football 1; Alpha Zeta; Sophomore Owls; Senior Skulls; " M " Club; Agricultural Club, ARTHUR ALEXANDER DAVIS Wildlife Conservation New York, N. Y. Boxing 1; Forestry Club 1, 2; I.S.O. 2, 3; Masque 1, 2. 47 SENIORS m . ik I HmII BiiH DOROTHY LOU DAVIS, HB Home Economics Westbrook M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Projects 4; Masque 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Council 4; M.O.C. 3; Education Club 4; Women ' s Forum 1; Pine Needle 4; badminton 2; (Ilee Club 1; Cliapel Choir 1. MARYROSE ANNE DELANO Sociology Bucksport Masque 1, 2; Modern Dance 2, 3; Spanish Club 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 3; Aquinas Club 1, 3; Women ' s Forum 1, 2; Dean ' s List 3b. DUDLEY EDGAR DAVIS, K2 Electrical Engineering Hopedale, Mass. Band 1; Freshman Football Manager 1; Campus 1, 2, 3, Circulation Assistant 2, Circulation Manager 3; A.LE.PZ. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Chairman 3. RICHARD FKRNAND DESJARDINS, i:AK Zoology Auburn ROBERT HARTSON DAY Dairy Husbandry R.O.T.C. Band. Bryant Pond THOMAS D. DICKENS, K Wildlife Conservation Intranuu ' al Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. Camdcti DAYSON DANIEL DECOURCY, K2 Theatre Portland I ' resident, EI Circulo Espaiiol ; Boxing Instructor; Masque; Advanced R.O.T.C.; Intramural Athletics; Dean ' s List; Students ' Arts Cluh. GEORGE ARTHUR DOE P ' o restry Bingham 48 SENIORS RUTH ELEANOR DOLE Education Bangor VAUN ELIZABETH DOLE Commercial Education Portland Transfer from Westbrook Junior College; Women ' s Veteran Club. BETTY JANE DURGIN, XQ Psychology Bingham M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2; Masque 1; Home Economics Club 1; Sophomore Eagles 2; General Student Senate 3, 4; Women ' s Student Government 3j 4, Vice President 3, President 4; Prism Board 3, Assistant Editor 3; Dean ' s List 3b; Student-Faculty Union Building Committee 3, 4; All-Maine Women 3, 4; Sigma Mu Sigma 4. CLARICE ALMENA EASLER Zoology Crouseville W.A.A. Council 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Deutscher Verein 2, 3, 4; " M " Club 3, 4; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. PAUL JONES DOWE Poultry Husbandry Weeks Mills University Social Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Senate; General Senate 2; Ocummo I, 2, 3, 4; Aggie Club, Vice President 3, President 4; Dean ' s List 2c; Maine Day Committee 3; Co-Manager Baseball Team 3, 4; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3. PHYLLIS LOUISE ELDRIDGE, AOn Psychology So. Portland Charles Payson Scholarship I; House Vice President 1; Radio Guild 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Masque 1, 2; W.S.G.A. 2, 3, 4; Assembly Chairman 3; General Student Senate 3; Elizabeth Abbott Balentine Scholarship 3; Dean ' s List 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b; Senior Resident 4; House Council 1, 3; Student-Faculty Union Building Committee 3; Sigma Mu Sigma 4; M.C.A. 1, 2. WILLIAM MacADAM DOW Business Administration Portland Golf Team; Radio Guild; Spanish Club; Masque; Arts Club. MADELINE JOYCE ELLINGWOOD Five Year Nursing Madison Orchestra 1; M.C.A. 1, 2, 4; Basketball 2, 4; Volleyball 2, 4; M.O.C. 1, 4; Modern Dance Club 2, 4; Square Dance Club 4; Education Club 4; 300 Club 4; Rifle Club 4. 49 SEIVIORS f JtK m. VERNON CYRIL ELSEMORE ■ JOHN ROGER FINCH, I rA Government Grand Lake Stream Horticulture Newark, N. J. EVELYN D. FOGG Sociology Norridgewock MARK PETER EMERY M.C.A. 2; M.O.C. 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Badminton 1, 2. Business Administration Bangor JENNESS P. EUGLEY Engineering Physics Lincolnville Tau Beta Pi. WAYNE STIRLING EVANS, AXA Horticulture Orono Agriculture Club I; M.O.C. 1. 2; M.C.A. 1. ALVAH PHILLIPS FORD Education Bangor Men ' s Student Senate 2. 3, Vice President 3; General 3; Chairman Election Committee 3; Chairman Executive Committee Junior Class; Athletic Committee 2; Masque 3. 4; House President 3; House Vice President 2; Social Committee 2, 3; Education Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4. HELEN FORTUNES Romance Languages Sanford M.C.A. 1. 2; French Club 2. 3. 4; Campus Business Staff 3; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Education Club 3. 4; Tennis 3, 4; Volleyball; Philadelphia Alumni Association Scholar- ship; Dean ' s List. 50 SE IORS EVELYN ELAINE FOSTER, HB Physical Education Bangor W.S.G.A. 2, 4; Sophomore Eagles; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Off-Campus Women 1, 2, 3; Prism Staff 3, Sports Editor Modern Dance Club 2, 3, 4; Square Dance Club 2, 3 Social Committee 2; W.A.A. 2, 3, Vice President 3, Presi dent 4; ' M ' Club 2, 3, 4; University Seal 2; Hockey 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3; Dean ' s List Ic. 2a, 2b, 2c, 3a; Class Treasurer 3; Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Prize 2; Constitution 4; Senior Resident 4; All-Maine Women 3. 4, Secretary 4; Student L ' nion Organization Committee 4. WALTER HERBERT FOSTER, Ben Poultry Husbandry Belmont, Mass. Agriculture Club. JOYCE ELIZABETH FAULKNER, AOB Theatre Ellsworth Transfer from Boston University ; M.C.A. I ; Radio Guild 2, 4; Masque 4; Women ' s Forum 2. GERALD R. GARVIN, 4 HK Mechanical Engineering Springvale Military Band 1; Track 1; A.S.M.E. 3, 4; Advanced Military 3. GLADYS FRIEDLER Zoology Lewiston M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Editor of Freshman Handbook 1; Freshman Club I ; Glee Club 1 ; Campus 1, 2, 3; Radio Guild 2, 3. Secretary 3; Women ' s Forum 1, 2, 3; Home Economics Club 1; W.A.A. Numerals; Hillel Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, 4; Hillel Scroll 2, 3, 4; Debating Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Co- Manager 3, Business Manager 4; House Council 2; Hillel Foundation for Maine Colleges, Secre- tary 3, President 4; Deutscher Ve-ein 3, 4; Dean ' s List la, lb, Ic, 2a, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b; Phi Kappa Phi. CATHERINE FRANCES GEORGE, XQ Psychology Washington, D. C. M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. STANLEY WILFORD FROST, I MA Forestry Norway Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Indoor Track 1, 2, 3; Outdoor Track 1, 2. 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; For- estry Club I, 2, 3, 4. HERBERT GRAY GILLIS, AXA Education Calais Political Breakfast Club 4; Masque 4; Radio Guild 4; Chairman, University of Maine A.V.C. 51 SENIORS PAULINE GILSOX, HB History and Government South Portland Transfer from Westbrook Junior College; M.C.A. 3, 4; M.O.C. 3; Political Breakfast Club 4; Dean ' s List 3a, 3b. ARTHUR JOSEPH GRANT Education Intramural Representative 4. Bangor MARGUERITE RAYMOND GOOGINS, M l sychology Westbrook Sigma Mu Sigma; Masque 2; W.S.G.A. 3; M.C.A. 1, 2; House Council 2, 3; French Club 2; Payson Scholarship 3; Woodman Scholarship 2; Vice President of The Elms 3; Emergency Relief Fund Committee 3. HELEN GORDEN, nB4 Mechanical Engineering Chicago, 111. Transfer from Lake Forest College ; Glee Club 1 ; " " " 1; A.S.M.E., Secretary 2, 3, 4; M.C.A 3, 4; W.A.A, Radio Guild 3. LAWRENCE ALLEN GRAHAM, AXA Chemical Engineering South Hadley, Mass. ALBERT GRAY, JR. Public Management JAMES W. GRAY Education Machias Education Club; Transfer from Washington State Nor- mal School. MERLE BERNELL GRINDLE, JR. Zoology Ellsworth Band 1. 2; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; M.O.C. 2, 3. 4; Dean ' s List 3b; Men s Student Senate, Executive Committee 4; Ocummo 3, 4. 52 SENIORS LESTER FULLER GROSS, I KS Civil Engineering Camden OSCAR RICHARD HAHNEL, JR., AXA Horticulture Lewiston HILDA HASKELL Home Economics Dexter M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Orchestra I, 2, 3; Band 2, 3; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 2; A. P. Scholarship 1; Stanley Plummer Scholarship 2; Dean ' s List 2h, 3a. ROBERT FASSETT CRUMLEY Zoology Millinocket ROBERT MARSHALL HAGGETT, ATA Electrical Engineering Portland Scabbard and Blade; Maine Masque. ALBERTA ALICE HAINES Education Woodland Women Veterans ' Club. SHIRLEY EDNA HAINES Nursing Fort Fairfield French Club 1; Modern Dance Club 2, 4; M.O.C. 4. RICHARD AUGUSTUS HALE II, AFP Forestry Lisbon Falls Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3; M.O.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pack and Pine 3. 4; Maine Forester 1, 2, Advertising Manager 2; Rifle Team 1 2, 3; Dean ' s List la, lb, 2a, 2b, 3b. ■-f-t 53 SEIVIORS W!S GENEVA IRENE HAMLIN Home Economics Hampden Highlands Transfer from Nasson College; Basketball 2; Volley- ball 2. 3; Glee Club 2; Home Economics Club 3; M.C.A. 2, 3; Off-Campus Club 2, 3; District Representative 3. RICHARD HARLOW Farm Management Hyde Park, Mass, Agriculture Club Treasurer, 1945; Track 1940, 1941 and 1945; Football 19391940. EUNICE HAMMOND Business Administration Farmington House Officer 1, 2; M.O.C. 3; Sigma Mu Sigma 3; Dean ' s List lb, Ic, 2a, 2b, 3a; Anne Stodder Scholarship. PHYLLIS HAMMOND History and Government Portland Hockey 1, 3; M.C.A. 1, 3; Masque 1. 2, 3; Campus 3; Volleyball 2; Softball 2; l.R.C. MALCOLM D. HARDY Civil Engineering Bangor THOMAS HARRINGTON Zoology Worcester, Mass. Deutschcr erein 3; M.C.A. 2, 3. CHARLES E. HARRIS Forestry Etna M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Forestry Club 3; Ocummo 3; Freshman Club 1. JAMES LELAND HASKELL, AXA Forestry Cohasset, Mass. Masque 1, 2, 3; Membership Representative 3; Men ' s Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Secretary- ' Treasurer 3; Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3; Mu Alpha Epsilon; Prism Staff 3; M.C.A.; Interfraternity Council 4; Men ' s Stu- lent Senate 4; Dean ' s List lb, 2a, 2b, 3a. 54 SENIORS HARLAND HUMPHREY HATCH Klectrical Engineering Bowdoinhan JEANNE HEARTZ Home Economics Bangor M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Personnel Board; Freshman Club Basketball I; Student-Faculty Banquet 1; Home Eco nomics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President Balentine 2 House Council 1, 2; 30O Club 3; Prism 3. EDWARD RICHARD HAYES, AXA Chemical Engineering Lewiston ARNOLD HEDLUND Forestry Belmont, Mass. Freshman Club; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Forestry Clob 3, 4; Men ' s Student Senate 4. WILLIAM POWER HAYES Civil Engineering Brewer Civil Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3. RALPH M. HIGGINS, K2 Speech East Machias Kiflc Club ' 36, ' 37, 38; Masque ' 36, ' 37. ' 38, ' 41, ' 46; Radio Guild ' 46, President; Track Teams ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 41, ' 46; Band ' .i6, ' 37, ' 38; Fencing ' 41; Freshman Paper ' 36, Sports Editor; B.A. in Education ' 41. RUTH ALBERTA HAYNES Home Economics So. Waterford WILLIAM ERNEST HILL, ex Zoology Newton Centre, Mass. M.C.A.; House Marshal 1943, 1946. 55 SENIORS irk i DORIS ADA HOBART Education . Princeton Transfer from Gorham Teachers ' College; Dean ' s List 3a; M.C.A. 3; Orchestra 3. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HODGES, JR., K:: Mechanical Engineering Reading, Mass. HENRY W. HONEYMAN, 3rd, ATA Engineering Physics Riverside, R. I. ROBERT M. HOOVER, TAE Electrical Engineering Gorham A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4, President 4; M.O.C. 1, 2; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. HARVEY LESTER HOLBROOK Chemical Engineering Yarmouth M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 1, 3; Chemistry Seminar, Secre- tary-Treasurer 2; Dean ' s List 1; Prism Photographer 1, 3. MALCOLM PORTER HOLDEN, rA Mechanical Engineering West Hartford, Conn. Freshman Baseball; Sophomore Owls. RALPH HAMILTON HOPKINSON, 1 MA Mechanical Engineering Portland Cross Country 1; Indoor and Outdoor Track; A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2. LOIS ANN HOVEY, AAA Psychology Houlton Transfer from Ricker Junior College; M.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Campus 3; Masque 3, 4; Sigma Mu Sigma 3, President 4; Phi Kappa Phi; Dean ' s List 2, 3. 56 SENIORS Jl LOUIS WILLIAM HOWE, JR., WA Mathematics Greene JEAN G. HUFNAGEL, l rA I ' lilp anil Paper Baldwin, L. I. Hasketliall 1; Track 1; Scabbard and Blade 1, 4; Stu- dent t;overnment 4; Flying Club 1; President General Senate 4; l nion Building Committee 4. ALFRED HUTCHINSON, rA Business Administration Danvers, Mass. Class President 1, 2, 3; Senior Skulls; Athletic Associa- tion Board, President 4; " M " Club 2, 3. 4, President 4; Sophomore Owls; Pale Blue Key, Vice President 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 1 and 4; Scabbard and Blade; Head Proctor 4; Union Building Committee Member 4; Class Treasurer 4. PATRICIA JEAN HUTTO, AOn Theatre AVIS ELIZABETH HUGHEY Home Economics East Waterboro M.C.A. 1. 2, 3; Freshman Club 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3. STEPHEN LORING JACOBS, SAE Forestry Hingham, Mass. Glee Club ' 41, ' 42, ' 43; Manager Indoor Track ' 43; For- estry Club. HOWARD HAZEN HUNNEWELL Educatii Topsiield CHARLES LINCOLN JEWETT, 2X Engineering Physics Brookline, Mass. Band la, lb; Scabbard and Blade. dim 57 SE IORS NICHOLAS HARRY JOHNS, ATA Engineering Physics Portland Sophomore Owls 2; Varsity Basketball 2; Dean ' s List la, 2a, 2b, 3a; Intramural Sports 2, 3. WILLARD THOMAS JOHNS, JR., K2 Wildlife Conservation Maplewood, N. J. Freshman Football; M.O.C. 1; Dean ' s List lb; Campus Sports Kditor and Editor-in-Chief 3; Forestry Club 1, 2. 3. 4, Secretary-Treasvn-er 3; Scabbard and ISladc 3, 4; Senior Skulls 4. ELIZABETH LORING JONES Education Newtonville, Mass. Transfer from Sargent College, Cambridge, Mass. FAY J. JONES, I1B«I» Psychology Bangor Off-Campus Women ' s Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2. Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; W.A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; Council 2, 3. 4; Asst. Volley- ball Mgr. 2, Mgr, 3; Modern Dance Club 2, 3, 4. Sec- Treas. 3, Pres. 4; " M " Club 2. 3. 4; l nivcrsity Seal Award 3; Hockey 1. 3, 4; All- Maine Hockev Team 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 4; W.S.G.A. 4; Tumbling 4; M.C.A. 1, 2. 3. 4; Freshman Club 1. Sec. ; Campus 1, 2, 3, 4, Advertising Mgr. 3, Asst. lUisincss Mgr. 4; Prism 3, Advertising Mgr.; UNO Conference 3; Stu- dent Union Building Connnittee 4. CECILY JOHNSON, TIB English Livermore Falls Masque 1. 2, 3, 4; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Community Respon- sibility C ' ommittee 4; Education Club 4; Basketball 2, 4; Field Hockey 1. 2, 4; Softball 2; Volleyball 2, 4; M.O.C. 3; Riding Club 3. LALA LAMBRIGHT JONES, AOII Speech Auburn Sophomore Eagles 2. Sec.-Treas. ; Mascnie 1, 2, 3. 4, Membership Sec. 3, Publicity Chairman 4; W ' .S.G.A. 2, Sec; Student Senate 2; M.C.A. 1. 2, 3, 4. Endiassy Com- mittee 3, Cal inet 4, Co- Chairman Em!)assy 4; ( " ampus 1, 2, 3. 4. Contributing F ditor 2; Maine Day Committee 2; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Mu Sigma 3, 4; Program Chair- man 3; LTNO Conference Secretariat 3; Modern Dance Club 1, 2; Radio Guild 2, 3, 4; Congregational Club 1. CLYDE ROBERT JONES History Bangor RACHEL JONES, AAA Home Ec onomics Auburn M.C.A. 1. 2. 3; A P Scholarship 1. 3; Sigma Mu Sigma 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 4, Pres. 4; Orches- tra 1; Omicron Nu 4; Dean ' s List Ic, 2a, 2b, 3a. 3b. 58 SEI IORS PHYLLIS JORDAN, AOn P.usi ess Administration So. Portland M.C.A. 1. 2. 3, 4, Cabinet 3; LK.C. 2, 3, 4; Political Breakfast Club 3. 4, Sec.-Treas. 4; M.O.C. 1, 2, 3; Masque 2, 3; Prism 3; House Council 1, 4; W.S.G.A, 4; General Senate 4; House President 4. MORGAN EUGENE KENDRICK Education Bangor CLIFFORD H. KEIRSTEAD, GX Agricultural Economics Mapleton Dean ' s List 2b, 3a; Boker Scholarship; Cross Country 1; Intranuual Basketball; M.C.A. ; Agricultural Club; Theta Chi 1 ibrarian 3a, Sec. 3b. Pres. 4a; Interfrater- nity Council ; University of Maryland; Shrivenham An e-ican University, England; University of Basle, Swit?e " land. CARLETON E. KILPATRICK, 2AE Chemical Engineering Portland Interfraternity Council, Vice President; Men ' s Senate; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. HARRY RICHARD KEISER Forestry Wilmette, 111. EARL R. KINGSBURY, BOFI Mechanical Engineering ELIZABETH ADELE KELSO Physics Portland M.C.A. 1. 2. 3, 4; Hockey 2; M.O.C. 2; Secondary School Scholarship 1; Anne E. Stodder Scholarship 2; Maria S. Appleton Scholarship 3; House President 4; W.S.G.A. 4; Square Dance Club 2. LEONARD RICHARD KOROBKIN Mechanical Engineering Lowell, Mass. A.S.M.E. Vice Chairman 3, 4; Band; Football 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1; " M " Club; Hillel Club; Intramural Basket- ball. 59 SENIORS STANLEY JOSEPH KUS, ex History Winthrop Transfer, F.S.T.C; Plays and Players. 1, 2; Editor Handbook (F.S.T.C. ' 41); Education Club 3, A; Newman Club 4. BETTY JANE LEHMAN Theatre St. Louis, Mo. Masque 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Council, Tech. Director 2, Vice President 3, 4; Campus Staff 1, 2; E! Circulo Es- panol I, 2; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Guild 3; Maine Day Committee 3. GRACE CONDON LADD Music South Brooksville Chorus: Orchestra; Transfer from Northern Conserva- tory of Music. RICHARD WILLARD LEMAY, SN Mechanical Engineering Bar Harbor A.S.M.E. 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi. ANDREW M. LAUGHTON Commercial Education Brewer Transfer from Bangor Maine School of Commerce. MELVIN ERNEST LIBBY, KS Mechanical Engineering Westbrook GEORGE R. LEAVITT, SN Mechanical Engineering Bangor Cross Country 1; Varsitv Rifle Team 2; A.S.M.E. 3; M.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 4. Treasurer 4; Dean ' s List 3a, 3b, 4a; Interfraternity Council 4a. ELIZABETH BROWN LITTLEFIELD English Brooks 0 ' fi 60 SENIORS ROMAINE FAYK LITTLKFIELD, I M Cetjiogy Hampden Ilighhtnds M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Panhellenic Council 2. 4, Sec. 2a; Dean ' s List 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b; Off-Campus 3b; Spanish Club 4; M.O.C. 4; Women Veterans ' Club 4; Class Day Pageant 3b, ELDON HARMON LUTHER, AXA Mecbanical Engineering Hartford, Conn. Glee Club 1, 2; Cross Country 1; A.S.M.E. 2, 3; Tau Beta Pi. JANE LONGFELLOW, xa Knglish East Machias .M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Masque 2. 3; EI Circulo Espanol 2, 3, Program Chairman 2 Prism 3; House Council 2, 4, House President 4 W.S.ti.A. 4; General Student Senate 4; 300 Club 3 Dean ' s 3b; Sigma Mu Sigma 4. ORA LOUISE MacDONALD, ' MI I ' sychology Brewer Subscription Manager, Pine Needle. ROBERT E. RL MacKENZIE, ATSl History Orono EULILA CHASE LUDDEX l- ' .duc;ition Olil Town ROBERT JOSEPH LURVEY, 2AE ( ' hemical Engineering Schenectady, Tau Beta Pi, Vice President; M.C.A. N. Y. PAUL FOSTER McGOULDRICK Economics Bangor M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Outing Club 2a, 2b; Deutscher Verein 3b, 4a; University Orchestra 3a; International Relations Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Political Breakfast Club 4a, 4b; Politics Club 4a, 4b; Dean ' s List la, lb, Ic. 2a, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b, 3c; Northern New England Conference, Central Committee and Delegate; Debate Club 2b. f)l S E IV I R S INEZ MacKIXNON, -MI Roniancc Languages Brewer Le Cercle Frain;ais; El Circulo Espanol ; M.C.A.; Off- Campus; Dean ' s List. AUHRBY ALTON McLAUGHLIN, ' MIK Agricultural Economics Dyer Jlrook Agricultural Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT S. MacDONALD, HIK Mechanical Engineering North Bergen, N. J. Varsity Basketball 1. 2; JV Basketball .V; Varsity Football 1; JV Football 4; Varsity Tennis 1, i M.C.A. 1, 2, i, 4; Freshman Club 1; Co-Editor Frosb Handbook 2; Dean ' s List la; Assembly Committee 2; Proctor 2. i, 4. DALMAR SERNER McPIIERSON Sociology Stillwater GEORGE EDWARD McLEAN, IX Mathematics Jiangor Scabbard and Blade; Advanced R.O.T.C. ' 43; Intra- mural S] orts. ALVIN SMALL McNEILLY, KZ Pulp and Paper Urookline, Mass. Baseball ' 41. 42. ' 43, Captain ' 46; Football ' 43; Intra- mural Boxing ' 42; Stu lent Senate; Secretary General Student Senate; M.C.A. Representative; " M " Club; President Senior Skulls; Secretary Sopliomore Owls; President Kappa Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; Pale Bine Key. ELAINE McMANUS, -I ' M English Bangor Dean ' s List 1. 2; Griffin Prize 1; Maine Campus 1, 2, 3; Contributors ' Clul) 2, 3; Oflf-Canipus Women 1, 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Radio Guild 2; Sigma Mu Sigma 3; New- man Club 3. BARBARA COLLEEN MacNAIR Psychology M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Sigma 4. 4; Campus 3; Masque 3. 4; Iloulton Sigma Mu 62 SENIORS iMf BARBARA McNEIL Sociology Orono President Elms Annex 1; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Basketball 1, 2. 3; Volleyball 1. 2, 3; Hockey 3; French Club 2, 3. Vice President 3; Square Dance Club 1, 2, 3; Neai Matbetai ; Sigina Mu Sigma 3; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3a; Charles Pavson Scholarship 2; Anne Stodder Scholarship 3; Sigma Mu Sigma Award 3; O.C.W. 2, 3; W.S.G.A. 1. 4, Social Committee 4; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 4; Senior Resident 4; Student-Faculty Committee on Union Build- ing 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; General Student Senate 4, Vice President 4; All-Maine Women 3, 4, President 4. JOHN HENRY MATHEWS, AXA Chemical Engineering Augusta EVANGELINE ROWENA MATYCZYK Home Economics Newport Sociology JOSEPHINE NANCY MACRI CHARLES ALTON MARKEE. ATA Pulp and Pai er Fresliman Basketball; Baseball 1, 2, 3. Portland Calais EUGENE ALBERTO MAVVHINNEY Education Jonesboro M.C.A. ; Education Club; Politics Club; International Relations Club; Transfer from Washington State Nor- mal School; Attended Clemson A M College. JOYCE MARIK MARSH Zoology Guilford Square Dance Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Modern Dance Club 2; M.C.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; " M " Club; Dean ' s List 4a; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4. JANICE ANNETTE MAXWELL. AAA Psychology Hamden, Conn. M.C.A. 1, 2, 3y 4; Campus 3, Circulation ; Prism 3; M.O.C. 3; Secretary, Freshman Dorm 1; House Council 2; Co-Social Chairman ; Sigma Mu Sigma 4; Women ' s Forum 3. 63 SEIVIORS ROBERT WILLIAM MEALEY Kducation Macliias JOSEPHINE CLARK MELOON Psychology Brownville Jet. KATHRYN JOYCE MILLS, Xfi Economics Monticello W.S.G.A. 2; Student Senate 2; Maine Day Comm. 2; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Council 3, 4; 300 Club Adviser 3; Radio Guild 2; International Relations Club 2, 3, 4; M.O.C. 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. Council 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volley- ball 1, 2, 3; Vice President Balentine 3; Political Break- fast Club 4; Dean ' s List 2b, 2c, 3a,. 3b. ARLENE FRANCES MILLETT Liberal Arts and Nursing Vanceboro M.C.A. 1, 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4; M.O.C. 1, 4; Volley- ball , 2, 4; Square Dance Club 2, 4. JANE ELIZABETH MORRISON Home Economics Biddeford Home Economics Club 1, 2; Modern Dance 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. 3. BARBARA MILLS, AOII Spanish and Theatre Bangor President Colvin 1; Women ' s Student Govt. 1, 4; Maine Day Comm, 1 ; Orchestra 1, 2; Sophomore Class Sec. ; Junior Class Sec. ; Vice Pres. So. Estabrooke 3; Con- tributors ' Club 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, Vice Pres. 3; Sigma Mu Sigma 3, 4; Maine Masque 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Co-Chairman 2; Radio Guild 1, 2, 3; University Social Comm. 3; Campus Staff 2; Dean ' s List 2a, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b; Class Executive Comm, 2, 3; M.C.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Senior Resident 4; All-Maine Women 3, 4, ARTHUR DEWEY MOODY, i-Md Civil Engineering Waldoboro Civil Club. ROY WINDFIELD MOORE, JR., ATQ Mechanical Engineering Watcrville 64 SENIORS n THORNTON WHITNEY MOORE Education Pittsfield EVERETT MORRISON, ATQ Mechanical Engineering Sanford Varsity Baseball 41, ' 42; A.S.M.E.; Advanced R.O.T.C. ' 43; Intramural Sports. GEORGE FRANKLIN MORRILL Electrical Engineering Farmington SHIRLEY ANN SIBLEY MORROW Psychology Orono ARTHUR H. MOULTON, SN Mechanical Engineering Portland M.C.A.; Camera Club; A.S.M.E.; Flying Club; Dean ' s List 3a, 3b. GEORiGE ALBERT MULLIN, AXA Economics Holbrook, Mass. French Club 1, 2; Debating Club 1; Spanish Club 2. ALBERT KENNETH MURCH Agricultural Engineering So. Casco STANLEY ALLAN MURRAY, ATA Chemical Engineering Rockland Cross Country 1; Track 1; M.C.A. 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4, Corresponding Sec. 4; Mu Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List la, 2a, 3a; Choir 1, 2; Phi Kappa Phi 4. 65 SE IORS THOMAS A. MURRAY, rA Electrical Engineering Hampden Highlands Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 2; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 1; A.I.E.E 3, 4; Men ' s Student Senate 3; General Student Senate 3; Athletic Board 3; Marshal at Commencement 2, 3; " M " Club 3; Tau Beta Pi; Dean ' s List 1, 2c, 3b, 4a. JEANETTE NADEAU, M Theatre Brewer Radio Guild 3, 4; Masque 1, 2, 3, 4; Pine Needle 4; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Off-Campus Women 1, 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY JANE NEEDHAM Music Old Town Orchestra; Deutscher Verein. WINIFRED NELSON Education Attleboro, Mass. LLOYD GEORGE NILES, KS Husiness Administration Houlton EFFIE NUTTER Home Economics Corinna M.C.A. 1, 2, 3: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Dean ' s List Ic, 2a, 3a; I.R.C. 3; Freshman Club; House Council 2; Assistant to Class Editor Prism. ROBERT WILLIAM NELSON, 2X Chemical Engineering Attleboro, Mass. M.C.A.; Intramural Softball, Volleyball, Hockey, Bas- ketball. GEORGE HANSON OBEAR, 2N Civil Engineering Calais A.S.C.E. ; Vice President, Sigma Nu 4. 66 SENIORS GILBERT LOUIS O ' CONNELL History and Government Bangor Peace Conference Speaker; M.C.A. ; Ocummo; Politics Club; International Relations Club; Tennis Team; Emergency Relief Drive, solicitor. CLAYTON MERLE PACKARD Education No. New Portland Education Club; International Relations Club. RAY EDWARD OLIVER Education Hodgdon ROBERT HOMER PAGE, SAE Mechanical Engineering Bucksport JOSEPH RAYMOND O ' NEIL, JR;, rA Chemical Engineering Portland FLORENCE LOUISE PALMER English Wales Neai Mathetai 1; Dean ' s List la, lb, Ic, 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b; W.A.A. Publicity Committee 1; Secondary School Scholar- ship 1; M.C.A. 1, 2; W.A.A. Numerals; Chemistry Semi- nar, Sec.-Treas. BEVERLY PACKARD Sociology Bath ■ M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; El Circulo Espanol 2, 3, 4; Publicity Chairman 3, Secretary 4; M.O.C. 3; House Council 3; Dean ' s List Ic, 2b, 2c. ARMAND ROGER PAQUETTE Civil Engineering Manchester, N. H. Football ' 43; M.C.A. ' 43, ' 46; A.S.C.E. ' 42, ' 46. - 67 SENIORS HAROLD CLEMENT PARADY, MA Mechanical Engineering Old Town Freshman Football, Baseball; Varsity Basketball 2; Baseball 2; Varsity Football 2, 3. RALPH HERSEY PEAVEY Mechanical Engineering Fort Dix, N. J. Head Proctor; A.S.M.E. ; General Student Senate; Freshman House Committee; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Social Committee 2. GEORGIA FRANCES PARSONS Psychology Auburn Women ' s Forum 1, 2, 3; Radio Guild 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Debate Club 1; Orchestra 3; M.O.C. 3. STORER SHERMAN PARSONS, ATQ Pre-Medical Presque Isle Freshman Baseball; Varsity Baseball 2, Basketball 2; Intramural Council 1; Intramural Athletics 1, 2. 4. WINIFRED MARION PAULIN Home Economics Bangor M.C.A. 1, 2; Freshman Club 1; Home Economics Club 1, 2. 3. 4; M.O.C. 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Field Hockey 2. 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Maine Masque 3, 4; Executive Council 4. PHYLLIS PENDLETON, BB Spanish , Caribou Hockey 1; Glee Club 1; Neai Mathetai 1; Cheerleader 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 3; Modern Dance Club 2, 3, 4; " M " Club 4; Mu Alpha Epsi- lon 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4; James Stacy Stevens Scholarship 3; Kidder Scholarship 3; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3; Phi Beta Kap- pa 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4. SYLVIA ELLEN PENDLETON Psychology Hermon Dean ' s List 2c. 3a, 3b; M.C.A. 1, 4; W.A.A. Publicity Committee 2; El Circulo Espaiiol 2; Education Club 3; Anne E. Stodder Scholarship 3. ELEANOR MARY PERKINS Zoology M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3. Saco 68 SENIORS VERNON EUGENE PETTIGREW Education Machias Band; Orchestra; Education Club. English Freshman MORRIS GOLDEN PILOT Club; M.C.A. Bangor LUCILLE PAULIN PHEB Zoology Bangor YVETTE PLENT, U Economics Cleveland, Ohio French Club President; International Relations Club; W.S.G.A. ; House President; Panhellenic Council; Dean ' s List 2; Off-Campus Women 1, 2; M.C.A. ; Politics Club; Women ' s Forum ; Education Club 2; Student Union Building. Delegate to Group Conference. SAR,ALYN KNOWLTON PHILLIPS, AAA Theatre Portland M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2; Masque 1, 2, 3, 4; Council 2, Sec. 3, 4; All-Maine Women 4, Treas. 4; Panhellenic Council 4; Student Union Campaign Committee, Vice Chairman ; Women ' s Forum 3 ; Modern Dance Club 2 ; Basketball 1; Field Hockey 1. MARIE CECELIA PLUMMER Education Transfer from Club 4; M.O.C. 4 Machias Washington State Normal ; Newman M.C.A. 4; Education Club 4. BEVERLY PITMAN, AOn Home Economics Reading, Mass. French Club Treasurer 1; M.C.A. 2, 3; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3; 300 Club. MURIEL ELAINE POLLEY German So. Portland Neai Mathetai, President; M.C.A. 1, 2; Campus Staff 1, 2; Masque 1 ; Radio Guild; Chemistry Seminar, Vice President; Elms Secretary 3; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3; Deutscher Verein, Treasurer 4 ; W. A. A. Publicity Com- piittee : W.S.G.A. 4; Senior Resident Elms; Education Club, Secretary 3, 4; Pine Needle Staff 4; Phi Kappa Phi. 69 SEI IORS GLENDON RUSSELL PORTER Electrical Engineering Portland Glee Club; Masque; Radio Guild; Football 2; A.LE.E. Secretary; " M " Club; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3. NORMAN ARMSTEAD PUTNAM, KS Mechanical Engineering Reading, Mass. Fraternity Treasurer; Track Manager. ALBERT SIMON POVICH, TE Business Administration Maine 1, 4; Bates V-12, 2, 3. Bath THOMAS STOW RANNEY Business -Administration Orono DONALD PRATT English Boothbay Harbor Cross Country; Indoor Track 1, 2; Outdoor Track 2 ; Class President 3; M.O.C. 3; Outdoor Trails; M.C.A. 4; Tau Beta Pi; Men ' s Senate 3; General Senate 3; Dean ' s List 1, 3. DONALD FRANKLYN PRESNELL, 1 KS Business Administration Portland Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3; Sophomore Owls; " M " Club. ELIZABETH MADELINE RAY, AOn Home Economics Ellsworth M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Home Economics 1, 2, 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3; All-Maine Reserve 2, 3; Softball 1, 2; Basketball 2; W.A.A. Council 3; Archery Manager 3; Badminton 1, 2, 3. NOREEN REED Psychology M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; 300 Club 3. Runiford 70 SEI IORS ERLE BINGHAM RENWICK, JR., BGH Electrical Engineering Portland LOIS ELIZABETH RICKER, HB Home Economics Portland Dean ' s List la, lb, Ic, 2a, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b; Neai Mathetai 1, Sec. 2; Portland Alumni Assoc. Scholarship 1, 2; Wil- liam Stevens Merrill Scholarship 3; All -Maine Women 3, 4; Editor-in-Chief Prism 3; Phi Ka ppa Phi 4; Omicron Nu 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4; Sigma Mu Sigma 3, 4; M.C.A, 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3; Pan- hellenic Council 4; Sophomore Class Treas. 2; Student Govt. Nominating Comm. 3; Campus 1; House Council Balentine 4. JEAN RITCHIE, AAA Animal Husbandry Trenton, N. J. Transfer from New Jersey College; Prism 3; Dean ' s List 2a, 2b, 2c, 3a; Glee Club 2, 3; Charles H. Hood Schol- arship 3; M.C.A. 2. PRISCILLA ROBERTS Educatio Bangor Transfer from Washington Normal School; Off-Campus Women 3; M.C.A. 3; M.O.C. 3. BERNARD P. RINES, AXA Electrical Engineering Gorham Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 1, 2; Manager Cross Country 1; Agricultural Club 1. 2; A.I.E.E. 3, 4; Mu Alpha Epsilon; Dean ' s List 3b; Stu- dent Senate 4a. STARR ROCKWELL ROBERTS, BB Five Year Nursing Orono M.C.A. 1. 2, 5; Masque 1; Off-Campus Women 2, 5; Radio Guild 2; Sorority Historian 2; M.O.C. 5; Square Dance Club 5; E.M.G. Hospital 3, 4. ESTHER LORRAINE RING Home Economics Richmond M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; M.C.A. Cabinet 4; Modern Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Square Dance Club 1, 2, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Council 3; Education Club 4; Tumbling 4; House Council 3; Masque 1; Basketball 3, 4. CHARLES CECIL ROWLEY III, IX Business Administration Summit, N. J. Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Chairman Sigma Chi 4. i gi r ?w m» «f 71 SENIORS ROBERT FRANCIS ROY, IX Cheniica] Engineering Norway Intramural A. A. 3, 4; Football 2, 3; Ski Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Flying Club 4. ELLA SAWYER Chemical Engineering Portland Modern Dance Club 2, 3; Masque 1, 2; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 2; Chemistry Seminar 2, 3; Maine Women ' s Engi- neering Society 3, 4. DOROTHY SALO Theatre Union M.C.A. 1. 2, 3; M.O.C. 2, 3; Masque 2, 3; Council 3; Spanish Club 2; Radio Guild 3. FLORENCE SAWYER Home Economics Portland M.O.C. 2. 3, 4, Council 3, 4; Masque 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2. 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus 1, 2; Basketball 1; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. ALPHEUS SANFORD, 2AE Business Administration Brunswick Education Club; Tennis; I.R.C. ; Fraternity Secretary; Dean ' s List lb, 2a, 2b, 4a; M.C.A.; Education Fund Drive 4; Dormitory Chairman, Oak Hall. MARY SAWYER Business Administration Sa co Masque 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Dean ' s List 2, 3a; Basket- ball 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2; " M " Club 3. LOWELL SAVAGE Engineering Physics Bangor Varsitv Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1; Vice President Intramural Club 3; A.I.E.E. 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3. MARJORIE EDITH SEELEY Business Administration Patten Masque 2, 4; French Club 3; Women Veterans ' Chib 4. 72 SENIORS %. ARNOLD GEORGE SHAW Electrical Engineering Transfer from Penn. State. Pittsfield EDWARD LEON SMILEY Engineering Physics Skowhegan RAMONA SIMPSON Zoology Sanford Deiitscher V ' erein; M.C.A. 1, 2; Bailniinton 1, 2. ELMER SMITH Mechanical Engineering Newport EDWARD WESLEY SIMS, KS Itusiness Adniinistration Pawtucket, R. I. Intrannirals 1, 2, 3; House Officer; Scabbard and Blade. GET ALDINE SMALL, I M History and Government Guilford M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Forum 1, 2, 3, Secretary 1, 2, 3; Radio Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s ■List 2a; Campus Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4, Make-up Editor 3; Prism Board 3, Activities Editor; Contributors ' Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3; House Council 4; Interna- tional Relations Club 4; M.C.A,; Embassy Committee (Publicity) 4; Political Breakfast Club 4. FLORENCE MAILLAR SMITH Sociology Staten Island, N. Y. Transfer from Brooklyn College, N. Y. MAHLON DORRANCE SMITH, SAE Chemical Engineering Yarmouth ft -A 2i 73 SENIORS MARY ELLEN SMITH Five Year Nursing Indian, Lake, N. Y. Glee Club 1, 2; French Club 1; M.O.C. 4. STANLEY BARTLETT SMITH Poultry Bryant Pond Agriculture Club; M.C.A. ; Transfer from Bates Col- lege. MARY LOUISE ETZEL SMITH Home Economics Freeport Off-Campus Women 4; M.C.A. 4; Home Economics Club 4; Dean ' s List 3b, 4a. ALLEN H. SOLOMON, TE Psychology Lowell, Mass. Football 1; Deutscher Verein 2; I.M.A.A. 3; Interfra- ternity Council 3; Men ' s Student Senate 3; General Stu- dent Senate 3. ROBERT A. SMITH Forestry Branford, Conn. Forestry Club 1, 2, 3. RICHARD CARTER SOUTHARD Civil Engineering Hampden Highlands ROBERT DALE SMITH, XX Business Administration Bangor Debate Club 1, 2; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Advanced R.O.T.C. ; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3. ELIZABETH ROSE SPAIN Home Economics New Limerick Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3; " M " Club 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3; M.C.A. 3. 74 SENIORS »■ --wa. V. 1 I .tii ft. MARGARET FRENCH SPAULDING, Xfi Home Economics Hampden Highlands M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary i; Prism 3; Junior Class Kxeculive Committee 3; House Council 3; Hockey Team 1, 2, Assistant Manager 4; " M " Club 3, 4; W.A.A. Coun- cil 4; Home Economics Cluh 1, 2, 4; Glee Club; Leader- sbii) Conference 3; Campus 2, 3, Business StatT; Pan- hellenic Council 4; All-Maine Women 3, 4; Chi Omega President 4. GARRETT DeFORREST SPEIRS, JR., I rd General Engineering Bangor GORDON ROBERT STAFF, EX Education Richmond Hill, L. I. Football ]; Track 1; Intramural Sports 2, 3; Math Club 3. BRET MARTIN STANDISH, ZN Business Administration Baldwin, N. Y. Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4; Arts Club 1, 2; TCI Cir- culo Espaiiol 1, 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 1. PRUDENCE SPEIRS Home Econ Bangor LAWRENCE STANDISH Education Cranberry Isles PHILIP DAVIS SPILLER Civil Engineering Civil Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 1. Westbrook WILLIAM EDWARD STARBIRD Education Dixfield 75 SENIORS HAZEL PRISCILLA STARRETT, AOn History and Government Freedom Freshman Class Leader 4; " M " Club 4; M.C.A., Em- bassy; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; Sigma Mu Sigma 3, Vice President 3; Political Breakfast Club 3; House Council 3. VAUGHN RAYMOND STURTEVANT, I KS Psychology Livermore Falls Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2; Brass Quartet 2; Sigma Hu Sigma 3, 4; Masque 1. CHARLES EDWIN STICKNEY, rA Mechanical Engineering Portland Football 1; Basketball Mgr. 1, 2, 3; CAACPT Flying Program 2; Memorial Service Conim. 4; Maine Day Comm. 4; Sec. " M " Club 4; Fraternity Treas. 4; Athletic Board 4. LAWRENCE MARVIN STURTEVANT History and Education North Belgrade Education Club; M.C.A. Education THOMAS STOTLER, ATQ Great Barrington, Mass. AMELIA LUCIE SWAIN Home Economics East Andovcr M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3. EDITH STROUT English Bangor Off-Campus Women 1, 2, 3, Social Chairman 2, Presi- dent 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Dean ' s List la, lb, Ic, 2a, 2b, 2c, 3a. GEORGE C. SWANTON Education Dexter 76 SE IURS PHILIP STURDIVANT SWEETSER, 2X Horticulture Cumberland Center Football; Baseball; Scabbard and Blade; Student Coun- cil; President Sigma Chi ' 43. STANLEY WHITAKER THOMAS, AXA English Gorham M.C.A. Cabinet 3, 4; Vice President Fraternity 4; 300 Club 3, 4; Political Breakfast Club 4; International Rela- tions Club 4; Dean ' s List 3a, 3b. ARLINE TANKLE Music Lewiston M.C.A. 1. 2. J; Masque 1, 3. 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, -Manager 3, Key 3, President 4; Soloist 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1. 2, 3, 4; Radio Guild 1, 2; Mu Alpha Epsilon Music .Society 2. 3. 4; Hillel 3, 4; House Council 2, 3; Freshman Club 1; Dean ' s List 3a; W.A.A. Health Award 2; Music liox 2; Student Concert 2. GEORGE THOMPSON, JR., KS Agronomy Beverly, Mass. Baseball Manager 1, 2, 3; Football Manager 1; " M " Club 4; Intramural Athletics 1, 2; Men ' s Sports Editor of Prism 3; . ' Agricultural Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Zeta 3, 4; Dean ' s List 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Proctor 3, 4. HECTOR ARTHUR THIBEAULT Electrical Engineering Skowhegan CLIFFORD PERHAM TINKHAM Education Livermore Falls Flying Club. DAVID THOMAS, BOn Dairy Husbandry Portland Baseball Manager 1, 2; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Agricultural Club 2, 3, 4; Flying Club 4. MARILYN DOROTHY TOBIE, AAA Nursing Lisbon Falls Modern Dance Club 2, 5; Spanish Club 1, 2; M.C.A. 1, 2, 5; Women ' s Federated Club Scholarship 5; Dean ' s List 2b. 77 SEIVIORS ISABELLE TREFETHEN, I M Home Economics So. Portland M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Cabinet 3; Omicron N 3, 4, President 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Archery ' 1; Orchestra 1; Square Dance Club 3; Dean ' s List la, lb, 2a, 3a. CLEMENT ELLERY VOSE, ATA History and Government Iloulton International Relations Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Political Breakfast Club 3, 4; Education Club 3, 4; Campus 1, 2; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 3a, 3b. PARKER SCOTT TREFETHEN Wildlife Conservation GEORGE J. WALLINGFORD, JR., ex Wilton Mechanical Engineering Auburn Band 2. 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Mu Alpha Epsilon 3, 4; A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4. FRANK A. TRUE Animal Husbandry Agricultural Club. Springfield DOROTHY ELOISE WARD English Searsport Off-Campus Women 1, 2, 3; Contributors ' Club 2, 3, 4; Education Club 4; Dean ' s List 3a, 3b, 3c. VALERIE MARY ANN VARANECKIS, XQ Psychology Lewiston Campus 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Hockey 1, 3, 4; Masque 1. 2, 3, 4; Pine Needle Staff 4; Freshman Club 1; Radio Guild 3; M.C.A. Embassy 3. GERALD MADISON WARD Agriculture Thorndike Cross Country 1939-40; Intramural Sports; Agricultural Club, 78 S E 1 I R S CHARLES WINSTON WEBB Education Orono Masque ; Transfer from Farniington State Teachers ' College. WALTER RAYNES WELCH, 2AE Wildlife Conservation Rumford Track 1; Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; M.O.C. 1, 2, 3; Dean ' s List la. ELEANOR M. WEBB Zoology So. Portland Transfer from Westbrook Junior College ; Band 2, 3 ; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Chemistry Seminar; Dean ' s List 2b. CLARKE HARRIS WERTHEIM, BGH Psychology Needham, Mass. M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Interfraternity Relations Committee 2; Men ' s Embassy 3; Deutscher Verein; Band 1, 2; Intra- mural Athletics 1, 2, 3. BARBARA WEICK, AAA Psychology Presque Isle Chi Omega Sociology Prize; Sigma Mu Sigma; Orches- tra 1. 3; Band 1; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 3; Riding Club; Dean ' s List 2a. 2b, 2c, 3a. JOHN PUTNAM WESCOTT, ATP Agronomy Patten Baseball 1 ; V arsity Baseball 2; Agricultural Clu5 ; Maine Outing Club. GEORGE ROBERT WEtDMAN Forestry Providence, R. I. Xi Sigma Pi ; Dean ' s List 2b, 3a, 3b; Forestry Club 1, 2. 3, 4, President 4. CLYDE L. WHEELER Forestry Farmington 79 SENIORS ELIZABETH LOUISE WHITE, HB Mathematics Reading, Mass. M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; M.O.C. 2; House Council 2; Dean ' s List 1, 3; Masque 3, 4; Education Club 4. WILLARD HALL WHITNEY French Bangor EVELYN MARY WHITE, xn Psychology West Bath M.C.A. 2, 3; Junior Class Ring Committee 3; House Treasurer 3; 300 Club. DANA TRASK WHITMAN, JR., SX History Bangor Business Manager Maine Campus; Managing Editor Pine Needle. LESLIE HOWARD WHI TEMORE Education Old Orchard lic.ich BARBARA LOUISE WILLIAMS Home Economics Reading, Mass. House Council I. 3; Masque 1, 2, 3, 4; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Church Service Committee 4; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4. HELEN ESTHER WHITNEY Education Farmington LUCY MAY WILLIAMS Liberal Arts and Nursing Orrington French Club 1; Maine Campus Staff 2; Dean ' s List 2b; M.C.A. 1. 80 s E 1 11 n s r JACQUELINE MARVIS WILNER Zoology Bangor KERMIT BLANCHARD WILSON, 2X Mechanical Engineering South Paris HARRIET ELIZABETH WOODSUM Mathematics Old Town Off-Campus Women 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 4, Treasurer 2; Council 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Commence- ment Pageant 3; Baptist Club 2; Volleyball 2, 3; Educa- tion Club 4; " M " Club 4; Sigma Mu Sigma 4; M.O.C. 3; Square Dance Club 3; Dean ' s List la, Ic, 3a, 3b. WALTER EDWARD WYMAN BARBARA ANN WOODFm, XQ Psychology Marblehead, Mass. M.C.A. 1. 2, 3. 4; Freshman Club I; Treasurer of Fresh- man Dormitory 1; House Council 1, 2; 300 Club 3, Vice President 3; Steering Committee 4; Dean ' s List 3b; Cam- pus 4; Sigma Mu Sigma 4. ANNE WOODS, BB English Ellsworth M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Neai Mathetai ; James Norris Hart Scholarship; Spanish Club 2; Volleyball 2; House Coun- ri! 2; L ' niversity Scholarship 3; Campus Business Staff 3-; House Vice President. Sociology Brewer MAVIS ELENE YORK Home Economics Med way M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Home Economics Club 1, 3; Glee Club 3; Square Dance Club 2, 3. JOSEPH ANDREWS YOUNG. I HK Forestry Forestry Club President. Corea 81 HE inilH tlT PK ' TUItEII garfif;ld manning Arthur Electrical Engineering Fitchburg, Mass. LOUISE MAY AYER English Lincoln FREDERICK THOMAS HAIRD, JR. Wildlife Conservation Bangor HOWARD DELANO BARTLETT Civil Engineering Damariscotta Mills IRVING SEYMOUR BRODER Business Administration Bangor WINONA EDMINSTER CHASE Home Economics Norway PHILIP CONRAD CHUTE Wildlife Conservation Naples ALBERT DAY CROCKETT Business Administration Bangor CARLETON ELMORE CROSSLAND Business Administration Orono WARREN CONY CURTIS Social Sciences Kingfield ELIZABETH BENEDICT LEITH French Machiasport ROBERT MALCOLM MacGREGOR Business Administration Plattsburg, N. Y. GROVER BERT MacLAUGHLIN Education Stillwater KENNETH PARKER MacLEOD Business Administration Brewer MERTON STACY MELOON Agricviltural Economics Kezar Falls JAMES LINTON MORRISON Chemistry Southbridge, Mass. JOSEPH HENRY NADEAU I ' lectrical Engineering Fort Kent MALCOLM ARTHUR XOWAK. JR. Zoology Bangor ROBERT HAMPDEN PATTEN Speech Hampden Highlands ROBERT CARLYLE PETTERSON Chemistry Bangor JOSEPH HAROLD DONDIS Civil Engineering Rockland CLEMENT STEVENS DUNNING Dairy Husbandry Brunswick FRANCIS HAMILTON FARNUM, JR. Mechanical Engineering Augusta JOSEPH PETER FINDLEN Agricultural Engineering Fort Fairfield FRANCES ELIZABETH FOSS Education Jonesboro ROBERT ERNEST FOYE Wildlife Conservation Gardiner PROCTOR RANSDEX Forestry Andover, Mass. STEPHEN LEON ROBBINS Forestry Kittery RAY DEWITT ROLEY, JR. Mechanical Engineering Bangor BEATRICE H. ROSS Music BENJAMIN SEGAL Kngineering Physics Lewiston Bangor FRANCIS GOODWIN SHAW Education Bangor LINDLEY WILLIAM GODSON Forestry Bangor ALFRED MYLON GOETSCHIUS History Babylon, N. Y. ERNEST ARTHUR SHERMAN Civil Engineering Lancaster, N. H. HYMAN DAVID SILVER .Mathematics Brooklyn, N. Y. ROBERT TIFFANY GROTEFEND Wildlife Conservation West Englewood, N. J LOIS WEBBER HANSON Home Economics Richmond WILLIAM TERENCE HINCKLEY Engineering Physics Bangor RICHARD HARDING SJOSTEDT Agricultural Economics Stockholm CLIFFORD D. SOUCY Agriculture Grand Isle HARLAN SPEAR Wildlife Conservation Warren HUGH TERENCE HOLLAND Chemical Engineering Bangor HARRY SAUNDERS HOPKINS Mechanical Engineering Bangor JOHN HERBERT HUNT Wildlife Conservation Fairfield MARSDEN CLAIR HUTCHINS Chemical Engineering Orono ARMAND WILFRED JALBERT Civil Engineering Spencer, Mass. JOHN HAROLD JOHNSTONE Education Bangor BEVERLY JANE KEMP Zoology Auburn JOHN HENRY KENOYER Business Administration Windsor GERALD MARCUS TABENKEN Business Administration Bangor JOHN PHILIP THERIAULT Civil Engineering Skowhegan LOWELL ELWOOD WARD C ' ivil Engineering Brighton GEORGE WILLIAM WEBBER Forestry Hebron MILTON WEINSTEIN Business Administration Bangor JOHN C. WELLINGTON S|)eech Manset LEON GEORGE WHITE, JR. Mechanical Engineering Hampden JOHN FRANCIS WHITTEN Farm Management Fort Kent 82 JU IIIK TLASH IIFFirEKS seat?;d: janice scales, margaret watson standing: GEORGE MARSANSKIS, ALAN BURGESS Frosh Week— rain greeted a class very unusual in proportion— 2 gals per fella— Sigma Chi and Delta Tau Delta housed coeds; the men ' s dorms held ASTP ' s. Activities weren ' t neglected— Thanksgiving Ball, Frosh Club, even house parties. Soph year seems more and more like old times- semesters, lots of men by February, though ASTP ' s left; 3 formals in 3 weeks; three-act plays, the winter carnival, Maine Day and the mayor ' s election. We are Juniors now, devoted to Maine and taking leadership and responsibility in work and activities— putting out the biggest ever Prism under still difficult conditions— so glad to see fraternities back, the 3 to 1 ratio, Homecoming victory, Military Ball. JUNIORS CONSTANCE ELIZABETH ADAMS, AAA Medical Technology Bangor M.C.A.; 300 Club, Publicity Co-Chairman ; Hockey Team; Chorus; Delta Delta Delta Treasurer; Newman Club. WILLIAM PATTERSON ALEXANDER, JR., :x Electrical Engineering Likue, Kiuai, T. H. Radio Club; A.I.E.E. I DAVID ARCHIBALD ADAMS, AXA lUisiness Administration South Brewer Junior Varsity Football. HENRY WHITNEY ALLEN, K2 ( ' ivil Engineering Freepnrt Civil Club; So. Apts. General Assembly. MILTON SAMUEL ADELMAN Agricultural Engineering Mars Hill Baseball 1. THOMAS TRACY ALLEN, AXA Pre-MedJcal South Portland GEORGE EDWARD AINSWORTH, tKS Chemical Engineering Auburn Maine Bears Orchestra; Amateur Radio Club. MARIT WILLIAMS ANDERSEN, AOH Bacteriology Portland President of Colvin 1; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; W.S.G.A. I, 2, 3, Vice President 3; Sophomore Eagles, President; Campus 1; General Senate 3. MARGARET ELIZABETH ALBAIR Home Kconomics Fort Kent Home Economics Club 2; M.C.A. 1; Newman Club 2. DON MAX ANDERSON Modern Languages Ouincy, Illinois CLASS F 1 I I E T E E 84 J U IM I R S SOXA ELIZABETH AVERILL English Bangor M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Women ' s Forum 3; International Relations Club 3. HAROLD FREDERICK ANDERSON, XX Mechanical Engineering Arlington, Mass. " M " Club; Pale Blue Key; Student Senate; Football 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; A.S.M.E.; Sophomore Owls; Scabbard and Blade; Dean ' s List 2a, 2b, 3a. MARY FRANCESCA BACHELDER, AAA Education Hallowell Basketball 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1; Badminton 1; Field Hockey 3; M.C.A. 1, 2; Newman Club 3; Women ' s Forum 3. ROBERT SIMEON ANDERSON, -tlvS Government Lisbon Falls Baseball 1, 3; " M " Club; Campus Staff 2. LYDIA MARY BACKER English and Speech Portland M.C.A. ; Masque; International Relations Club: Transfer from Westbrook Junior College. WILLIS EMIL ANDERSON Business Administration Rockland Newman Club 2. 3, Corresponding Sec. 3; M.C.A, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 1, 2; I.R.C. I, 3; P.B.C. 2, 3, Pres. 3; Prism Business Mgr. ; Sophomore Owls, Co-Pres. ; No. New Eng. Conf. on World Govt. Committee; Proctor 2, 3, Head Proctor Summer Session 2; Student Faculty Committee on Union Bldg. ; Intramural Softball 2; Student Assistant in Accounting 3, Dean ' s List. LOIS OLIVE BAILEY Psychology South Gardiner M.C.A. I, 2, 3; M.O.C. 3. BARBARA MANSFIELD ANDREWS, XQ Journalism Orrington Contributors ' Club 1, 2, 3; W.A.A. Council 3, Vice Pres. 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, All-Maine Team 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 1, 2; Anne E. Stodder Scholarship 2; M.O.C. 1, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; " M " Club; Prism Board; Campus Staff 1, 2, 3, Society Editor 3; House Council 1; Modern Dance; Commencement Pag- eant 2; Dean ' s List lb, Ic, 2a, 2b, 2c. BETTY BAKER, Xfi Business Administration Needham, Mass. Glee Club 1, 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3; Fresh- man Club; M.O.C. 3; H ouse Sec. 2; House Council 3; Student Govt. 2; I.R.C. 2. EDWARD GERALD ATKINSON ' , S. Civil Engineering President Sigma Nu. Bath HU UKEU AI D FURTY-EldHT 85 J U I I R S PHILIP FRANCIS LUOSEY Education Bucksport FLOYD VERNON BARKER Agriculture Milford Transfer from N. Y. State Institute of Applied Agriculture. SPENCER HART BAKER Mechanical Engineering AA(I Brown University. Orono ALBERT ROY BARMBY, OX Electrical Engineering North Reading, Mass. Men ' s Cabinet, M.C.A. 1, 2; Rifle Team Mgr. 1, 2; Campus Staff 1; Tennis Mgr. 1; M.O.C. 1, 2. BRUNO HAROLD BALDACCI Pulp and Paper Technology Claremont, N. H. ALBERT BERNARD BARTLETT, .VXA Agricultural Engineering Bethel Freshman Track; Baseball Mgr. 1, 2; Agri. Club. SIDNEY ROSS BAMFORD. . T 2 History Bangor ALBERT LEROY BEAN Government Bangor SHERWIN PIERCE BARDSLEY, K2 Agricultural Economics Leominster, Mass. Football 2; " M " Club; Agri. Club 3; Forestry Club 2. CLARENCE FREEMAN BEAN Mechanical Engineering Sidney M.C.A. :, 2, 3; Student Senate 2; Proctor 3. CLASS 11 F I E T E E 86 JUNIORS GEORGE RANDOLPH BERGER, rA Business Administration Florham Park, N. J. Maine Masque 1, 2, 3, President 2, 3. RALPH LEONARD BEAN, ATO Civil Engineering Auburn RUTH BERGLUND Education Bar Harbor Transfer from Gorham State Teachers College. ROGER POLSON BEAN, KS Mechanical Engineering Saco LAUREAT BERNARD History and Government Lewiston CONRAD EDWARD BEAULIEU, ATi Electrical Engineering Caribou Newman Club. ROLAND EDWARD BERRY Pre-Medical Randolph FLOYD RICHARD BEECHER, HK English Portland Flying Club. JOHN PAUL BIBBER Civil Engineering Lewiston Class President 1. , NORMAN GUSTAF BENSON, SN Forestry East Berlin, Conn. Football Letter; Forestry Club; Outing Club; In- tramural Association. H U II i; E II II F II K T Y E I i; H T J U IV 1 R S BRUCE SINCLAIR BILLINGS, rA Englisli Milo BETTY MARIE BOTERF Si)anish Bucksport Glee Club; Spanish Club; French Club. JOHN BLETHEN Biological Chemistry Bangor EUGENE BOUTILIER Electrical Engineering Old Orchard Football 1, 2; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; M.C.A. 1, 2; A.I.E.E. 2; Athletic Board 2; " M " Club 2, 3. LESLIE JAMES BOLSTRIDGE Dairy Husbandry Corinna Agriculture Club; Pledge Alpha Gamma Rho. CALVIN WYMAN BOWEN, SX Mechanical Engineering Aubu Maine Bears Orchestra. MARTHA GERTRUDE BOND Psychology Jefferson Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Softball 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 2, 3; House Council 1; State Scholar- ship 1; Lincoln County Scholarship 3; Dean ' s List 2. JAMES ANDREW BOYD Business Administration Brewer International Relations Club; Ocummo; Newman Club. WILLIAM THOMAS BONVILLE Education Presque Isle FREDERIC ALBERT BOYNTON Education Millinocket ' i ' CLASS F l!y 1 ! E T E E 88 J U IM I R S NICHOLAS PETER BROUNTAS, ATQ History Bangor Debate, President; Political Breakfast Club. CHARLES EDWARD BRADFORD Mechanical Engineering Argyle A.S.M.E. r CHARLES WALKER BROWN, AXA Forestry Hingham, Mass. Debate Club 2, 3; Forestry Club 2, 3, Social Com- mittee 3; Intramural Athletics. RUSSELL VINCENT BRADLEY, SAiE liuslncss Administration Ticonderoga, N. Y. ROBERT LINSCOTT BROWNE, Ben Economics Farmington M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Social Co-chairman 2; Radio Guild 1, 2; Maine Masque 2, 3; Student Union Campaign Advisory Committee 3; Asst, Business Mgr. Prism; Class President 2; House Vice President 2. MARJORIE ARLENE BRAGDON Education Cumberland Mills Transfer from Westbrook Junior College. FLORENCE CHRISTINE BRUCE, AAA Sociology Hampden Hockey 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3; W.S.G.A. 1, 2, 3; Panhellenic Council 3; House Coun- cil 1; W.A.A. 2; Emergency Relief Service Commit- tee 2; Class Executive Committee 2; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Freshman Club; 300 Club 2, 3; " M " Club 2, 3; General Senate 3; All-Maine Reserve Hockey Team 3. ANDREW BARTLETT BRITT, JR., eX Mechanical Engineering Saugus, Mass. Men ' s Student Senate; Vice President of Theta Chi. RICHARD MOULTON BRUNK Dairy Husbandry Limington Agriculture Club 1, 2, 3; Football. HOWARD COFFIN BRONSDON, AXA .Mechanical Engineering Newton, Mass. HU IIKEI) N U FIIKTY-EIDHT 89 J U I I R S DAVID PATRICK BCCHANAN Educatio B. ' iiigor ELIZABETH BUSCH, «I M Psychology Mechanic Falls M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Home Ec Club 1, 2; Riding Club 2, 3. ROBERT EUGENE BUCK History and Government Southport M.O.C. 1; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; El Circulo Espaiiol 2; I.R.C HELEN MARINER BUZZELL, HIM- Physical Education Mil ford M.O.C. 3; Campus 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Ail-Maine Team 2; Volleyball 1, 2; " M " Club 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3 Off-Campus Women 1, 2, 3; Executive Council 2, Treas urer 3; Tumbling Club 3; Modern Dance Club 2, 3 All-Maine Women ' s Pageant 2; W.A.A. 2, 3; Assistant Volleyball Mgr. 2; Assistant Basketball Mgr. 3. DONALD DUSTIN BUCKLEY Mechanical Engineering How land Baseball 1; Football ], 2; Basketball 1; " M " Club; Sophomore Owls 2. PHILIP DWIGHT CABOT, I ' PA Mechanical Engineering Winchester, Mass. Freshman Cross Country. Winter Track, Spring Track; Glee Club 1, 2; House President 3; Interfra- ternity Council 3; Student Senate 3; Scabbard and Blade, V ' ice President 3. DANA EMERY BUNKER, I ' l ' A Mechanical Engineering Football 1, 2, 3; Winter Sports 1, 2. Auburn ROBERT BERNELL CAHOON, Kl Mechanical Engineering Dedhani Football 1. 2; Sophomore Owls 2. ALAN COOK BURGESS, ATQ Mechanical Engineering Augusta Basketball 1, 2, 3; " M " Club 2, 3; Interfraternity Council 3; Class President 3. JAY CALKINS Mechanical Engineering Mass. Lubec I r L A s s II F I E T E E 90 J u rv I R s sise. AMOS J. CARR, JR. Electrical Engineering Cape Cottage ■ HAZEL CALVERT Jloinc Kcr)noniics LANCY EMILIE CARTER, AAA Psychology Etna M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; I.R.C. 1, 2; 300 Club 2; Women ' s Forum 1, 2, 3, Sec. 3; Maine Masque 1, 2, 3; Freshman Hockey Team. JEAN RUTH CAMPBELL, AOII Portland .Speech M.C.. . 1, 2, 3; Maine Masque 1. 2, 3; Radio Guild 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. 3; Campus L 2, 3; Prism, Activities Editor 3; Contributors ' Club 1, 2; House President 3; Dean ' s List la, lb, Ic, 2a, 2b. MARJOKIE CHRISTINE CARTER Sociology Ellsworth JOHN REID CAMPBELL, ATS2 .Mechanical Engineering Yarmouth GLORIA PATRICIA CASTNER Business Administration Bangor ROBERT AUSTIN CAMPBELL Pulp and Paper Technology Rumford, R. I. Intramural Athletics; Outing Club. MARY ELIZABETH CASWELL, ZTA Education Kennebunk Transfer from Brenau College; Women ' s Veteran Organization. HARRY VINCENT CARLETON, 2X Mechanical Engineering Wollaston, Mass. Freshman Football; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Treasurer, Sigma Chi. H II II K E II A U F II R T Y E Mi H T 91 J U ] I R S PEGGY ANN GATES Sociology East Vassalboro JOAN MILDRED CHILDS, XSJ Mechanical Engineering Lcwiston A.S.M.E. 2, 3; Maine Masque 2, 3; M.O.C. 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3. CARL DANA CEDERSTROM Chemistry Southport Transfer from Tufts and Holy Cross. JAMES FRANCIS CLAFFIE, SX Mechanical Engineering West Springfield, Mass. JOHN GREELY CHAPMAN, ATQ Civil Engineering Bangor CHARLES JENNYS CLARK, KS Business Administration North New I ' ortland ROBERT MILLER CHASE, ATO Civil Engineering Cape Elizabeth Baseball 2; Interfraternity Athletics; Campus 1; Dean ' s List la, lb. LAUREL EDA CLEMENTS Music ' interport JOANNE CHELLIS, AOn Romance Languages Portland M.C.A. 1, 2, Freshman Club; Newman Club 2; Chem- istry Seminar, Social Chairman 2; Deutscher Verein 2. PAUL GIBSON CLIFFORD Forestry Hamden, Conn. M.O.C. 1, 2, 3, Trcas. 2, 3, Vice Pres. 3; Pack and Pine 1, 2, 3; Tennis Teatn 1; Forestry Club Sec.-Treas. 2, Vice Pres. 3. CLASS F I I E T E E IM 92 JUNIORS ARNOLD JOY COHEN Forestry New York, X. V. Freshman Cross Country Mgr. ; Sophomore Cross Country Mgr.; Forestry Club. ALBERTA EMOGENE CLOSSON, AAA Zuohtgy Ellsworth Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Mu Alpha Epsilon; Riding Club; Maine Masque; Band 1, 2; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; House Vice President 3; Delta Delta Delta Treasurer 3. JAMES ARNOLD COLBATH Education Ban?cir KENNETH LESTER COBB ijiilogy Lee ( " ouiitiy. GROVER CLEVELAND CONDON, JR. Chemical Engineering Bangor Freshman Cross Country; JV Football. OLIVE ROSS COFFIN, IIB I ' rcnch Bangor French Club 3; Modern Dance Club 1, 2. 3; M.O.C. I, 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2; Tumbling 3; Women ' s Forum 3. EDWARD WARREN CONNORS Civil Engineering Old Town RICHARD HALE COFFIN, 2. E Electrical Engineering Bangor Football 1, 2, 3; Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, Capt. 3; M.O.C. 1, 2; Men ' s Glee Club 1; A.I.E.E, 2, 3. RUTH MARGARET CONNORS French Old Town Off-Campus Women 1, 2, 3, Exec. Board 1, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Square Dance 3; Newman Club 2, 3; French Club 1, 2. ROBERT WILLIAM COFFIN -VU ' chanical Engineering Harrington H II II K E U U F K T Y - E M; H T 93 J U I I R S PKRCY HARMON COOMBS, MA Civil Kngineering Boothbay Harbor WILLARD RAWSON COWEN Mechanical Kngineering I.cwiston GEORGE STEVEN ' S COOPER Business Administration Fort Jay, N. Y. JESSIE WOODFORD COWIE Business Administration Narbertli, Pa. Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Maine Masque 1, 2, 3; Campus 1, 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2; House Council 2; Freshman Club 1; Dean ' s List Ic, 2a, 2b. PATRICIA ROSE COSTELLO English South Portland Newman Club; Transfer from Mt. Holyoke College. WILLIAM SYLVESTER COX Mechanical Engineering Lisbon Falls THOMAS EVANS COULTON Wildlife Conservation Bangor ELAINE MIRIAM CRAIG, nii Medical Technology Bridgton Modern Dance 2, 3, Sec.Treas. 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Dean ' s List 2a; House Council 2, 3; Masque 3. ROBERT CARVEL COVELL, K2 Pre-Medical Monmouth BARBARA PEARL CRANE Business Administration Whiting CLASS OF l II ETEE 94 J U I I R S CHARLES EVERETT CUNNINGHAM, " J-lIK Agriculture Washburn Sec. Agriculture Club 2, Vice President 3; Alpha Zeta. MARIE ESTELLE CRANE Mathematics Whiting NORMAN WILFRED CURTIS, •I ' l ' .i F;lectrical Engineering Topsham M.O.C.; M.C.A. FRANK WILLIAM CRIMP Engineering Pliysics Walthani, Mass. RICHARD CUTTS, MIK English K ittery Point Band 1, 2; Catnpus 3; Men ' s Senate 3; Orchestra 3. BURTON WARREN CROSSLAND Klectrical Engineering Mexico DONALD WORTH DANFORTH, I ' KZ Engineering Physics Brewer IVAN HAVELOCK CROUSE .Animal Husbandry Auburn Baseball 1, 2; Campus 2; Aggie Club 3. FRANK WILTON DANFORTH, JR., ' Vri General Engineering Bath Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 1; Cross Coun- try 3; Golf 2; " M " Club. HARRISON CROWELL, K2 Mechanical Engineering Skowhegan Freshman Track Mgr. ; A.S.M.E. ; Proctor. HU IIKEll U FUKTY-EIUHT 95 J U IV I R S RICHARD HAMLIN DANFORTH, 2X Civil Engineering Gardiner Mgr. Football 1, 2; Campus 2; Radio Club 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3. ALTON FREDERICK DAVIS Business Administration Kandolpb CHESTER ALLEN DARLING Electrical Engineering Orleans, Mass. Tau Beta Pi; Glee Club; M.C.A. ; Radio Club; Cabin Club. HARRISON EVERETT DAVIS, ex Dairy Husbandry Montvillc Agriculture Club; Interfraternity Council; Sec. Theta Chi. JOHN CLARK DARRAH, £N Meclianical Engineering Orono LEE CALVIN DAVIS Engineering Physics Vanceboro Cross Country 1; Maine Masque 1, 2, 3; Radio Guild 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Owls; A.S.M.E. EDWARD JOSEPH DAUNIS, AXA .Meclianical Engineering Auburn BARBARA LEE DAY, AZ Psychology Kittcry Point M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Neai Mathetai ; Dean ' s List la, lb, Ic, 2a, 2b; Asst. Editor, Freshman Handbook 2; Fresh- man Club 1; I.R.C. 1. JACOB DAVIDSON, TE1 .Mechanical Engineering Hillel. Auburn LAWRENCE CARLETON DAY, -i ' lA General Engineering Portland CLASS (I F l I E T E E 96 JUNIORS MICHAEL JAMES DiRENZO, 2X Physical Education Auburn Basketball; Baseball; Newman Club; Sophomore Owls; " M " Club. WILLIAM JOHN DEERING Psychology » East Waterboro PRISCILLA DODGE History and Government Ba Badminton Sec.-Treas. ; Politics Club; M.C.A. JUDITH DENNISON Zoology Bath M.C.A. 1, 2; M.O.C. 1, 2, 3; French Club 1; Basket- ball 1, 2. 3; Hockey 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Tumbling 2, 3. : LOIS MARILLYN DOESCHER, AOn Sociology Houlton Dean ' s List Ic, 2b; Drum Majorette 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 2, 3; Maine Masque 1, 2, 3, Council 2. 3; House Othcer 2; Class Exec. Committee 2; Prism 3; Campus 1, 3, Subscription Mgr. 3. ELINOR RAE DICKSON, IIB Modern Languages Portland Le Cercle Frangais; M.C.A.; M.O.C; Riding Club. JOHN JOSEPH DONOHUE, 2X Pre-Medical Paterson, N. T. MARYANNE DINEEN, XSI Sociology Gardiner M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3; M.O.C. 2, 3; W.S.G.A. 1; General Senate 1; Sophomore Eagles 2; Newman Club 2, 3, Sec. 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; House Officer I, 2; Dean ' s List la, lb, Ic; Campus 1; Embassy Committee 2. JAMES FREDERICK DONOVAN. t rA Zoology Houlton Freshman Football and Baseball; Co-Capt. Varsitv Football and Baseball 2; Class President 1; Class Vice President 2; Maine Athletic Assoc. 2; Intranuiral Athletic Assoc. 1, 3; Vice President Newman Club 3. ROBERT FRANK DINSMORE, 2,VE Chemical Engineering Cape Elizabeth H II 11 U E II A D F K T Y E I (i H T 97 im m • £ J U f 1 R S PAUL DOWE, Mii Poultry Husbandry Weeks Mills Baseball 1, 2, 3, Manager 3; Vice President Agricul- ture Club 3, President 4; Social Committee 2, 3; Stu- dent Senate 2, 3; General Senate 2; M.C.A. ; Riding Club 4; Dean ' s List 2c; Agriculture Club Scholarship 4. CHARLES ERNEST DYER, KS Mechanical Engineering Cape Elizabeth CAROLYN PATRICIA DOYLE Home Economics CariboU Glee Club 1; M.C.A. 2; M.O.C. 2; Home Ec Club 2, 3; Campus 3. RICHARD FREDERICK EATON Civil Engineering Bangor RAYMOND STANLEY DUFF Pre-Medical Houlton LILLIAN BEATRICE EDWARDS Psychology Stockton Springs Glee Club 1; Volleyball, Softball 1; M.C.A. 1, 2; House Council 2; M.O.C. 3. English KOHEKT HUGH DUMAS Presque Isle ROBERT EVERETT EMERSON, , Tn Chemistry Bangor Football; Track; Sophomore Owls. ROBERT CORNELIUS DUTTON, ■ ' fA Electrical Engineering Auburn Football; A.LE.E. RICHARD CLARK EMMONS, e.V Electrical Engineering Togus iMk i. ' .1 CLASS OF f l ETEE l 98 J II I I R S ROBERT FERDINAND FISCHER Forestry Fitchbiirg. Mass. ROBERT EDWARD EPSTEIN Business Administration Portland ELIZABETH FLINT, IIB Home Economics West Baldwin M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Square Dance I; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3; Maine Masque 3; Social Chairman Elms 2. EARL RADFORD EVANS, AXA Chemical Engineering Jackson Heights, N. Y. Track 1; Maine Masque 2; Tau Beta Pi. WILLIAM FLORA, ATli Business Administration WILLIAM EDWIN FELLOWS, i ' AG Mechanical Engineering Bangor Caribou ROLAND ARTHUR FOGG Electrical Engineering Farmington A.I.E.E.; Radio Club. PHILLIP KENT FIELDS Psychology Winterport M.C.A. I, 2, 3; Education Club 3; French Club 3; Sigma Mu Sigma 3. RUTH PEABODY FOGLER, AOII Home Economics Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. Hockey 2; Dean ' s List 1, 2; House Council 1, 2; M.C.A. 1, 2, Cai)inet 3; 300 Club 2, 3, Cabinet 2; Home Ec Club 2, 3; Prism, Junior Class Editor 3; Neai Mathetai. MERLE I»HILLIP FINLEY Education Monson H U II IV E II U F U II T Y E I n H T 99 J U IM 1 R S CAROLYN RUTH FOLEY Psychology IJangor Transfer from Stephens College; Hockey 3; Newman Club; M.C.A. CORAL VIOLA FRENCH Romance Languages Danforth M.C.A. I, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Education Club 3; Glee Club 1. ELMER LESLIE FOLSOM, 1 ' HK Animal Husbandry Cambridge Agriculture Club 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1; Cross Country 1, 2. 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Scholarships, Sears Roebuck 1; Pale Blue Key 2. CALVIN FRIAR, rA Civil Engineering Fall River, Mass. Freshman Track, Tennis; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3; Pres. Maine Masque 1, 2; A.S.C.E. 2, 3. ALICE ESTHER FONSECA, Xil .Modern Languages Portland W.S.G.A. Treas. 3; General Senate 3; Cheerleader 1. 2; Campus 1, 2, 3, Subscription Mgr. 2, Exchange Ed. 2, Circulation Mgr. 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Masque 1, 2, 3; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3. JOAN FRYE, II B Romance Languages Harrington M.O.C. 1; House Council 1; M.C. . 1, 2, 3; W.S.G.A. 2 ; General Senate 2 ; Campus 2, 3 ; Prism Board 3 ; Vice President of House 3; Sophomore Eagles; Dean ' s List 1. KENNETH ALGRET FOSS Engineering Physics Monmouth Numerals for Frosh Cross Country ; Tau Beta Pi Pledge. ROBERT VANKLEECK FRYE Business Administration Bangor PHYLLIS EDNA ERASER Educatin Milford CHARLES EVERETT FURBISH, ' ITS Mechanical Engineering Topsham, Mass. CLASS II F I I E T E E [ 100 J U FV I R S RICHARD ARTHUR GIESBERG, TE Mechanical Engineering Brookline, Mass. Freshman Football Mgr.; Dean ' s List la, 2b; M.C.A, 1, 2, 3; Hillel. RICHARD EDWARD GAGNON, 4 HK Pre- Medical Woodland Newman Club 3; Maine Masque 3; Transfer from Indiana State College. MERLE FRANCIS GOFF, 2X Government Westbrook Maine Masque; Freshman Club Adviser; M.C.A. Cabinet, Treas. ; Proctor; Orchestra; Intramural Soft- ball; 300 Club. JOHN JOSEPH GALLAGHER, AFP Agricultural Education Fort Fairfield Baseball Mgr.; Basketball Mgr. 1, 2, 3; Agriculture Club Exec. Officer 2, 3. LYNN BARKLEY GOODRICH, ATQ Mechanical Engineering Auburn Intramural Athletics; M.C.A. LEWIS WALDO GAMMELL, 2X Engineering Physics Attleboro, Mass. BARBARA JEAN GOODRICH Music Brewer TERRY GARCELON Journalism Troy M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Campus 1, 2, 3; Square Dance 1, 2, 3; Hockey 2; " M " Club 3; Masque 2; LR.C. 3; Anne Stodder Scholarship 2; University Scholarships 1, 3; Dean ' s List lb, Ic, 2a. SHERWOOD FRANCISCO GORDON, rA Animal Husbandry Waterford " M " Club Vice President; Baseball; Football; Agri- culture Club; Sophomore Owls. JAMES GEORGE GARVIN Wildlife Conservation Photography Editor 1948 Prism. Orono ■3% ifc ' I HU DKEII A D F0RTY-EI(;HT 101 J U ] I R S MARGARET-JANE GORHAM Speech Chelsea Dean ' s List la, lb, Ic, 2a; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; 300 Club 2; I.R.C. 2; Campus 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Sec. 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Mu Alpha Epsilon 3; Chapel Choir 2. JOHN FRANCIS GRANT, ATA Business Administration Bangor RALPH ALBERT GOULD, JR., ATfi Business Administration Auburn Campus 1, 2, Adv. Mgr. 2; Baseball Asst. Mgr. 1. MARJORIE ALICE GRANT Psychology Marion M.C.A. ; M.O.C.; German Club. JEAN LESLIE GOWDEY Zoology Woolwich Basketball 1; Square Dance 2, 3; Neai Mathetai; Dean ' s List 1, 2; M.C.A. 1, 2; Secondary School Schol- arship. PAUL ERNEST GRANT Engineering Physics Auburn MARGARET ANNE GOWDEY, nii English Woolwich Glee Club 2, 3; Dean ' s List la, lb, Ic; Home Ec Club 2; House Social Chairman 2; M.C.A. 1, 2; M.O.C. 3. ROYAL SANFORD GRAVES, AXA Education Lisbon Falls Frosh Tennis Mgr.; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Freshman Cabi- net Treas. ; Maine Masque 1, 2, 3; Debate 3; Educa- tion Club. RICHARD LANGDON GRAHAM, SN Mechanical Engineering Bangor Rifle Team; Boxing. SIDNEY GRAVES, ■MIK Zoology Presque Isle Baseball 1; Band 1, 2. CLASS 11 F I E T E E 102 J U IV I R S x HENRY BUXTON HAGMAN, 2AE Engineering Physics Portland M.C.A. ; Radio Society; Radio Guild; President of Sophomore Class; Freshman Track Mgr. IRVING RAYMOND GRAY, BGH Business Administration Hallo well Basketball Mgr. 3. FRANK WARREN HAINES, JR., Ben History and Government Augusta Freshman Football; JV Baseball; French Club; Politics Club; Masque; Sophomore Owls; Class Treas- urer 1; Band 1, 2; Dean ' s List 2b; Fraternity Editor of Prism 3. GRACE DUDLEY GRIFFIN, M Business Administration Bangor M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C 2, 3; Campus 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; I.R.C. 3; Dean ' s List la, lb, 2; Secondary School Scholarship; Freshman Club; 300 Club; Chorus 1, 2. ELLIOTT KIDDER HALE, JR., 2X Business Administration Lisbon Falls Campus 2; Intramural Athletics I, 2. MARDELLE EUGENE GRIFFIN Business Administration Milbridge EDWARD COLEMAN HALL, ATfi Mechanical Engineering Warren, Ohio Masque; M.C.A. ; M.O.C; Track; Tennis; Vice Pres- ident ATO 3. XEAL HIRAM GUNDERSEN, KS Forestry Cranford, N. J. Forestry Club. GEORGE ELMO HALL, i ' HK Mathematics JASPER CHARLES HAGGERTY . nimal Industry Harrison Mexii H U U K E II A II F (I II T Y E Mi H T 103 J U ] 1 R S ARTHUR WILLARD HAMLIN Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E. 3; Dean ' s List lb, Ic. Unity LEONARD NEWTON HARLOW, AXA English Milton, Mass. Campus; Hockey; Intramural Basketball. JOHN GILBERT HAMLIN Civil Engineering Gorham, N, H. Transfer from University of New Hampshire. ANN LEE FRANCES HARMON, IIB Home Economics Caribou Newman Club 2, 3; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 1, 2. GEORGE EDWARD HANSEN, JR., Ben Mechanical Engineering Worcester, Mass. DONNA GRAVES HARRINGTON Home Economics Amherst, Mass. Transfer from Massachusetts State College. ERIC HANSON, ATA History and Government Bridgewater, Mass. Political Breakfast Club; I.R.C. ; Politics Club. PHILLIP HARVELL Business Administration Waban, Mass. Freshman Cross Country; Freshman Indoor Track. ROBERT HALLETT HANSON, l rA Business Administration Bangor Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1. FRANK THOMAS HAZELTINE, KX Wildlife Conservation Pittsfield Football 1, 2; Track 1; Forestry Club; Intramural Basketball 1, 2. CLASS U F IM I E T E E I 104 JUNIORS GERALD IRWIN HERMANSON Psychology Brookline, Mass. Cheerleader 1, 2; Maine Masque 1, 2, 3, Tech. Direc- tor 2, 3; Radio Guild 1, 2, 3, Vice President 2; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 1. RIPON WILSON HASKELL, Ben Economics Deer Isle Freshman Club, Cabinet; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Men ' s Senate 1; General Senate 1; Proctor 2, 3; Sophomore OwLs 2; Contributors ' Club 2, 3; Political Breakfast Club 2, 3; I.R.C. 2, 3; 300 Club 2, 3; Campus 3; Pine Needle; Publications Committee 3; Chairman Sopho- more Hop Committee; Prism Asst. Editor; Dean ' s List la, lb, Ic, 2a, 2b. GEORGE FREDERICK HERSOM, Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Bath ARCHIE GILLIS HATCH Business Administration Bangor FRANCIS PINKHAM HESCOCK, ■Mn Mechanical Engineering West Gardiner MADOLYN ELSIE HAWES Home Economics Union M.O.C. 1, 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Freshman Club 1; Home Ec Club 2, 3. JOHN LIBBY HEWES, BOH Economics Saco ALBION SETH HAYMAN, ■iUS Farm Management Brookton Freshman Cross Country, Indoor Track; Agriculture Club. LEANDER MONTAGUE HIGGINS, KS Music Augusta Campus 1, 3; Maine Masque 1; Band 1; Indoor Track 1; Radio Guild 1; Student Senate 2; Orchestra 3. MARY GERTRUDE HEALY, XQ Home Economics Lubec M.C.A.; Newman Club; Glee Club; Home Ec Club. i M HUI III(EII AI U FUKTV-EIUHT 105 J U l 1 R S PHILIP WAYNE HIGGINS Mechanical Engineering Bangor MARY ANN HILLSON Sociology Orono M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Freshman Club 1, Student Faculty I, Inter-Faith 1; Off-Campus Women 1, 2, 3; Hillel Foun- dation 1, 2, 3. RICHARD BRADLEY HIGGINS, GX Cliemistry Ellswortli Rifle Team. EVERETT HOFFMAN, TK Business Administration Clielsea, Mass. Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1; Indoor Track Mgr. 1, Asst. Mgr. 2; Cross Country Track Mgr. 3; Baseball 1; " M " Club 3; Hillel 2, 3; French Club 1, 2. JOHN AUSTIN HILL, JR., lil Mechanical Engineering ■ Natick Skiing. WENDELL REUBEN HOLLETT, KZ Mechanical Engineering Wakefield, Mass ROBERT WILLIAM HILL, . XA Mechanical Engineering Bangor MARY LOUISE HOLLINGDALE, I M History and Government Augusta M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; House Officer 1; Spanish Club 1; Campus 2, 3; Radio Guild 2; I.R.C. 3; Freshman Club I; 300 Club 2, 3; Newman Club 2, 3. ARTHUR MERLE HILLMAN Philosophy Kenduskeag BARKER WILLIAM HOPKINS Forestry Runifnril CLASS U F I E T E E 106 J u rvi I R s FOSTER UMI JACOBS, ATO Mechanical Engineering Hingham, Mass. Glee Club 1; Football Asst. Mgr. 1; A.S.M.E. 2; Transfer from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. DONALD MILLETT HOWARD, I KS . niiiial Husbandry North Monmouth JV Football; .Agriculture Club. ALLAN EVANS JOHNS, KS I ' ulp and Paper Maplewood, N. L M.O.C. 2, 3; Flying Club 2. CON.STANCE BANKS HOWE, I M .Sociology Bangor DOL ' GLAS RICHARD JOHNSON Business Administration Portland M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Freshman Club 1; Cheerleader 1, 2; Radio Guild 1, 2; Maine Masque 1, 2, 3, Council 2, 3; M.O.C. 1; I.R.C. 3; Men ' s Senate 1; General Senate 1; Class Editor of Prism 3; M.C.A. Embassy Com- mittee 2. CONSTANCE FITZ HOWE, Iin.I Psychology Wakefield, Mass. M.O.C. 1, 2, 3, Pack and Pine 1, 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3; Orchestra 1, 2; Masque 1, 2, 3; Prism Assoc. Editor 3; House Vice President 2; Dean ' s List lb, Ic, 2a; I.R.C. 1; Sigma Mu Sigma. ALAN STANLEY JOHNSON, .I ' KS Mechanical Engineering Camden Dean ' s List 2b. MARSDEN CLAIR HUTCHINS Chemical Engineering Orono FREDERICK JONES, JR„ Beil Mechanical Engineering Stamford, Conn. RICHARD PITT IRWIN History and Government Kittery H U II K E I) A IJ F (I K T Y E M; H T 107 J U l I R S J k HOWARD SHERMAN JONES, Ben Mechanical Engineering Newtonville, Mass. MARTIN ALMAN KELLY, KL Mechanical Engineering Bangor Class Treasurer 1; Sophomore Owls; Baseball. DOROTHY ANN JORDAN Sociology Orono M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Campus 2, 3; Dean ' s List lb, Ic, 2a, 2b. NEAL BERNARD KELLY, HK Agricultural Engineering I-iincstonc M.C.A. I, 3; Agriculture Club 1, 2, 3; Newman Club 3; A.S.A.E. 3. BRADFORD THOMAS JOYCE Engineering Physics Portland FRANK PRESCOTT KEMBER Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Yale. Auburn GEORGE FAIRFIELD KELLY Business . dministration Bangor ROBERT WILLIAM KENISTON, :2AK Zoology South Portland Newman Club 3. JOHN LINWOOD KELLY, -i ' KS Electrical Engineering Lewiston Newman Club 3; Basketball 3. MARGARET JANE KETCHEN Mathematics Old Town Off-Campus Women. CLASS F I E T E E 108 JUNIORS FREDERICK WILLIAM KLEIN General Engineering Newton Center, Mass. Freshman Cross Country; Freshman M.C.A. Cabinet; M.O.C. MORNA LEONA KIMBALL Education Hampden Highlands Off-Campus Women Sec. 2; Modern Dance Sec- Treas. 2; Tumbling; Education Club. STEPHEN CECIL KNIGHT, JR. Civil Engineering Waterville Cross Country; I.R.C.; A.S.C.E. MARTIN FORD KINNEY Education Bancroft WARREN ELLIOTT KNOWLES, KS Civil Engineering Gloucester, Mass. Intramural Hockey 1, Football 2, Basketball 2; A.S.C.E. EDWARD LOUIS KISONAK, iX Journalism Lisbon Falls Baseball; Track; Sophomore Owls; Campus. CONAN KORNETSKY Psychology Portland VENITA PARKER KITTREDGE Psychology South Portland LORNA FAY KRAMER Psychology Bath W.A.A.; Hillel; M.O.C; I.R.C.; Women ' s Forum. MALCOLM RALPH KITTRIDGE Mechanical Engineering Dexter Football 1, 2; Pale Blue Key; A.S.M.E. ; Baseball. Hll llKED AI D F1IKTY-EI(;HT 109 JUNIORS RICHARD HERMAN KRASKE Electrical Kiigineeriiig Lyons Falls, N. Y. WILLIAM WASSON LAMPRELL, i;x Agricultural Economics Kittcry Point President, Sigma Chi; Forestry Club 1, 2; Agricul- ture Club 3; Interfraternity Council. CO.NSTANTIXE WILLIAMS KYROS, KS Mechanical Engineering South Portland PRISCILLA JANNETTE LANCASTER Sociology Canaan M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 3, ' ■r :- KENNETH CHRISTOPHER LaBARGE liusiness Administration Bucksport Band I; Orchestra 1; M.C.A. 1; House Social Com- mittee 2; El Circulo Espat ' iol 3; I.R.C. 3; Masque 3; Riding C;iul 3; M.O.C. 2. MARK HAROLD LANE Pre-Medical Portland Football 1; 3I.C.A. 1, 2, 3. HARVEY JOS EPH LACOMBE, JR., 1 HK I ' hysical Education Madawaska Transfer from Madawaska Training School. SERITA ARLINE LANE Sociology Hoult.jn M.C.A. 2, 3; Square Dance 2; Transfer fnnn Rickcr Junior College. HHYCE VOTER LAMIJ?:RT, AXA Journalism Houlton Kditor-in-Chief of Prism 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3, Embassy Co-Chairnian 3; Vice Pres. Men ' s Senate 2; General Senate 2; Maine Day Committee 2; Proc- tor 3; Union Bldg. Fund Committee 3. JOSEPH ROLAND LeCLATR, AT1 Mechanical Engineering Augu.sta Track; Sophomore Owls; Treas. Intramural Athletic Association. CLASS 11 F I I E T E E ! 110 J U IV I R S MERTON EUGENE LIBBY, •till Animal Industry Gorham Aggie Club 1, 2, 3; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3; F.F.A. Collegiate Chapter 1, Reporter 1; Bowker Scholarship 1, 2; JV Football 2; Cabin Club 1, 2; Dean ' s List 2a, 2b. MARTHA EVELYN LEEMAN Knglish Woolwich M.C.A. 1. 2, 3, Freshman Club, 300 Club 2, 3, Com- munity Projects 2; I.R.C. 3; Sigma Mu Sigma; Sec- ondary School Scholarship: Sigma Mu Sigma Prize 2; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3; Campus 1, 2, 3; Radio Guild 2, 3. RUSSELL LIBBY, 1T Mechanical Engineering Calais Basketball 1; Intramural Representative. RICHARD WARNER LEES, K. . Mechanical P-ngineering Hamden, Conn. . .S..M.E. THOMAS MARTIN LIBBY Public Management South Portland BEVERLY JOY LEIGHTON Business Administration Auburndale, Mass. .VI.O.C. 1, 3; M.C.A. 1; Glee Club 1, 2. FRANCIS JOSEPH LINEHAN, JR. Mechanical Engineering Swampscott, Mass. A.S.M.E. 2, 3; Football 2; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Campus Sports 2, 3; " M " Club 2, 3, Sec. 3; M.C.A. 1, 2; M.O.C. 1, 2. GUY TUFTS LEWIS Civil Engineering Bangor LOUIS EDWARD LIPPHARDT, Heil Mechanical Engineering Marblehead, Mass. JOANNE ELIZABETH LIBBY, A A Home Economics Portland Glee Club I, 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2; M.O.C. 1, 2; House Social Chairman. H U II U E U A II F II U T Y E I U H T 111 J U I 1 R S EDWARD EVERETT LITTLE Electrical ? ' ngineeriiig Bethel WALTER NORMAN LOW, A Mechanical Engineering South Pnrtlaad Track Mgr. 1,2; Tau Beta Pi. LOUIS CHARLES LITURI, ATO Civil Engineering Walthani, Mass. ELAINE BERNICE LUCE Music Machias Transfer from Northern Conservatory of Music; Glee Clul); Orchestra. CHARLES RUSSELL LOMBARD, JR. Chemical Engineering Portland Football Mgr. 1; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; I.R.C. 3; Men ' s Stu- dent Senate 3; American Chemical Society. ROBERT SAWYER LUDWIG, AT!J Mechanical Engineering Chelmsford, Mass. JOAN WINNIFRED LOOK, X!2 Journalism Rockland M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Publicity Mgr. 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Prism .Staff 3; Campus Staff 1, 2, 3. Girls ' Sports Editor 2. Society 3; M.O.C. 1, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; Student Union Bldg. Committee. GEORGE EATON BAKER, ATO Civil Engineering ' ork ' illage Civil Club; M.O.C; M.C.A. GEORGE HOWARD LOTKER, TE Economics Flushing, L. L, N. Y. Baseball, Freshman Numerals. BARBARA JOAN LURIE Economics Lewiston Hillel 1, 2, 3; Women ' s Forum 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; .VI.O.C. 1, 2; House Council 1, 3. CLASS F 1 1 N E T E E I 112 JUNIORS FRKDERIQK WILLIAM McDONALD Journalism Sherman Station Basketball; Campus; Xewnian Club; Ocunimo. RICHARD WARREN LUTTS, IX Business Administration Salem, Mass. M.O.C. 1, 3; Cross Country Mgr. I ; Treas. Sigma Chi 3. UNA JEAX MacDOXALD, AAA English Rumford Women ' s Forum 2, 3, Pres. 3; Student Government I, 3; Masque 1, 2, 3; I.R.C. 3; Orchestra 1; Campus 3; French Club 2; House President 1; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3. Embassy Committee 3; Basketball 3; Riding Club 3. JEAN MURIEL LYXAUGH Sociology White Plains, N. V. M.C.A. Cabinet 2, 3; German Club 1, 2, 3; Riding Club 2. 3; 300 Club 2, 3; Glee Club 1. GRACE E - ELYN McGLINCHEV Psychology Milford Glee Club 2; Co-Chairman Off- Campus Girls 2; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3. CATHERINE IRENE McCANX English Portland JUSTIX GLEXX McINTIRE, AXA Mechanical Engineering Brunswick Basketball 1; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; A.S.M.E.; Band 1, 2. LEROY RAYMOND McCORMACK Education Wytopitlock Education Club; M.C.A. GLORIA JEAN MacKENZIE English East MilHnocket Transfer from Gorham State Teachers College ; M.C.A. 2. 3; Square Dance 2; M.O.C. 3; 300 Club 2. 3; Spanish Club 3. MAXINE IDA McCREADY Romance Languages Dover- Foxcroft Glee Club. H U II II E II A II F 11 K T Y - E I n H T 113 J u r I R s LESTER XATHAX MACK Electrical Engineering Portland GEORGE MARSANSKIS, JR., K: Cliemical Engineering Mexico Football; Track; " M " Club; Proctor; Class Vice President 3. DAVID LEWrS MAXTER, SX Mechanical Engineering Braintree, Mass. Freshman Track; Basketball; Intramural Bowling. ADA MAE MARSH Speech Bangor Debate; Chairman Social Committee Off-Campus Women; Chairman Comm. for Holy Week Vespers; Deputations Speaker. DONALD IRVIXG MAXTER Mechanical Engineering Oakland PAUL ECGEXE MARSHALL Forestry Portland PAULINE RITA MARCOUS, XtJ Home Economics Lewiston Campus 2, 3; Radio Guild 2, 3; House Council I, 2 M.C.A. 1, 2; Newman Club 2, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3 M.O.C. 1, 3; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3; Dean ' s List 1, 2 Class of 1917 Scholarship 2; Basketball 1; I.R.C. 1 Chairman Student Govt. Nominating Committee 3 Freshman Club 1 ; Prism 3. MARY MARGARET MARVIN, . 01I Sociology Ho-Ho-Kus, N. T. President of House 1; W.S.G.A. 1; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3. JOHN CLEVELAXD MARRIOTT, +K2 Physics Groton, Mass. Freshman Tennis; Freshman Indoor Track. RICHARD FRAXKLIN MASON, AT!J Mechanical Engineering Augusta CLASS n F I E T E E 114 J U l 1 R S ALETHA LUETTA MEADE Home Economics Auburn Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3; M.C.A. 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Dean ' s List Ic. 2a, 2b; A P Scholarship 1; Univer- sity Scholarship 3. ROYAL RUSSELL MATTHEWS, ATil Mechanical Engineering Lisbon Falls Baseball 1, 2; Intramural 1, 2, 3. ROBERT ANDREW MEADER, SAE Business Administration Whitinsville. Mass. M.O.C.; M.C.A. JAMES ARTHUR MAXIM Electrical Engineering Mechanic Falls WILLIAM DURGIN MELCHER Forestry Bingham Tennis Team 1. NATALIE BURNETT MAYO Education Southwest Harbor Hockey 3; Basketball 3; Education Club 3; M.C.A. 3; I.R.C. 3; Women ' s Veteran Club 3; Square Dance 3. THELMA OPAL MERCER, « M History and Government Buck sport Spanish Club 1; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 1, 3; 300 Club 2; Freshman Club 1; Riding Club 2; Campus 3; L.R.C. 3; Women ' s Forum. RICHARD GOODWIN MAYO Agricultural Engineering Bangor ROBERT WARREN MERCHANT, ATA Chemical Engineering Camden Band 1, 2; Baseball 1. 2. DONALD CAMPBELL MEAD, JR.. «1»KS Electrical Engineering Marblehead, Mass. Rifte Team 1, 2; President Radio Society 3; Intra- nuiral Sports 2. H u n IS E n U F u i; T Y E I (i H T 115 J U I I R S DORIS ELIZABETH MERRJLL, AAA Geology Old Town Off-Campus Women 1; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 2, 3. GEORGE HENRY MILLAY, i MA Animal Husbandry Bowdoinham Baseball Mgr. 1; Agriculture Club 3; Dean ' s List lb, 2a, 2b. ELIZABETH AGNES MEYER Zoology South Hamilton, Mass. M.O.C. 1; M.C.A. 1, 2. 3; House Council 3; Women ' s Forum 2; Glee Club 2; Field Hockey 1; Basketball 1. DONAL MORTON MITCHELL Business Administration Yarmouth Maine Masque: Student Senate; I.R.C. PAUL MICH, JR. Mechanical Engineering Reading, Mass. A.S.M.E. HAROLD BRIAN MOOERS Electrical Engineering Bangor EDMUND MIKALONIS, . XA Pre-Dental Lewiston JAMES AMBROSE MOONEY Business Administration Bangor ROBERT RANDOLPH MILLAR, 1 HK Mechanical Engineering Leonia, N. J. MARY NEWCOMB MOORE Mathematics Biddeford Transfer from Connecticut College for Women. CLASS F I E T E E 116 JUNIORS WILLIAM MORRISON, JR., K2 Civil Engineering Cape Elizabeth WINIFRED RAE MOORE Liberal Arts and Nursing Bridgton economic JAMES ARTHUR MORROW, ATA s Waterbury, Conn. FRANK ALLAN MOORS, AI ' P Agricultural Economics Old Town Maine Masque 2, 3; M.O.C. 2, 3; Pack and Pine 2, 3; Off-Campus Men, Exec. Comm. 1, 3; Genera! Senate Exec. Comm., Men ' s Senate 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Agricul- ture Club 3; Student Union Bldg. Committee. MIRIAM HEPBURN MOSLEY Romance Languages South Portland FREDERICK THOMPSON MOREY Education Orland Education Club. ROBERT MANNING MOULTON, K:: Forestry Bangor Forestry Club 1, 2; Football 1, 2; " M " Club 2, 3; Iiitranuiral Sports. Psychology ETHEL MARJORIE MORRIS Bangor WILLARD RAYMOND MOULTON, 4 MA Engineering Physics Sebago Lake President, Phi Mu Delta; President. Interfraternity Council; Union Bldg. Committee. MILDRED RUTH MORRIS Sociology Richmond M.C.A. 2. 3; Square Dance 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Transfer from Gordon College. fh H U II K E II WW F II K T Y E I n H T 117 J U I I R S PAUL JAMES NADEAU, ' I ' HK Mechanical Engineering Fort Kent Intramural Basketball. VIRGINIA NOEL Home Economics Ore no MELVIN LEONARD NASECK ] re-Dental Lynn, Mass. Campus; Hillel; Dean ' s List 1. PHYLLIS DEBORAHE NORTON Sociology Hempstead, X. Y. GEORGE RICHARD NELSON Chemistry .Bangor ARTHUR LORENZO NORWOOD Economics East Hartford, Conn. DONALD HERBERT NICHOLS Music Education Auburn HELEN ELIZABETH NOYES. AOII Home Economics Wilton Basketball 1, 2; W.A.A. Council 3; Masque 3; M.C.A, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2; Vice President, Freshman Club; Sigma Mu Sigma 3; Glee Club 1; Home Ec Club Council 2, 3; LIniversity Scholarship 3; Dean s List 1, 2; Prism 3; M.O.C. 1. EDMUND NOCK. :CAE Mechanical Engineering Marbleheati, Mass. GEORGE EDWARD O ' DONNELL Physical Education Denver, Col. Basketball; Baseball. :.:.iii- CLASS U F I E T E E 118 J U IV I R S ROBERT HALEY PARMENTER Engineering Physics Portland ROBERT HAROLD PAGE, K2 Business Administration Newcastle ELMER WALLACE PARSONS Education Schenectady, N. Y. PATRICIA PALMER English Levant Dean ' s List 1, 2; State Scholarship; Glee Club 2; Contributors ' Club 2, 3; Square Dance 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. 3; Modern Dance 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; House Sec. 2; Volleyball L CLIFFORD SPRUANCE PATCH Engineering Physics Bangor PHILI? AUSTIN PALMER Electrical Engineering Radio Club. Portland BARBARA HAMILTON PATTEN, M English Springfield, Mass. M.O.C. 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2; Square Dance 2; Radio Guild 2; Campus; I.R.C. 2, 3. CLARENCE WILLIS PARKER, JR.. pnK Mechanical Engineering Levant WILLIAM PATTERSON, JR., 4»KS Engineering Physics Pleasantville, N. Y. Cross Country I, 2; Track; Masque; Intramural Ath- letic Assoc. 1; Physics Club. PAULINE BARBARA PARENT, M Mathematics Waterville Chemistry Seminar 1, 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Freshman Club I; 300 Club 2, 3; Panhellenic Council Treas. 3; Masque 2. 3; Dean ' s List Ic, 2a. H U U K E II 1) F U 11 T Y E I H H T 119 J U IV I R S BEVERLY RAE PEACOCK Mathematics Auburn Dean ' s List Ic, 2a, 2b; M.C.A. 1, 3; Hockey 1; Bas- ketball 1. SYLVIA EDA PETERSON, nB Spanish Presque Isle Spanish Club 1, 3; French Club 1, 2, 3; Neai Mathe- tai ; Campus 1; Vice Pres. House I; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; I.R.C. 2; Dean ' s List 1, 2. ROGER LEE PENDLETON .Agricultural Engineering Carmel ROBERT EDWARD PHELPS Psychology Mt. Vernon HARRY MacNAUGHTON PERRY Geology Bangor WILLARD EVERETT J ' lERCE, JR.. ITS Economics Portland Football 1; Debate 2. 3, Pub. Mgr. 3; Steering Com- mittee Conference on World Govt. 2; M.C.-A. 1; Prism Senior Class Ed. ELAINE MYRTLE PERKINS, AAA Home Economics Augusta Basketball 2, 3; All-Maine 2; W.A.A. Council 3; .M.C.A. I, 2, 3; Freshman Club I; 300 Club 2, 3; Home Ec Club Council 2, 3; Sophomore Eagles Treas. ; Prism 3; Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2. MALCOLM HERBERT PIERSON, ' MIA Business Administration Tenants Harbor DONALD EDGAR PETERSON. 1 K2 Musiness Administration Millinocket Baseball 1, 2; Prism; Dean ' s List 2; Orchestra 1. HENRY PLATE, nK Dairy Husbandry Ridgefield, N. J. Maine Masque 1; Ag. Engineering Club 3; Hood Scholarship 2; Dean ' s List la, lb, 2a, 2b, 2c; -M.O.C. 1, 2; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3. CLASS IJ F I I E T E E 120 J U I I R S RICHARD MARR PRATT Tlieater Caribou M.C.A. 1; Masque 1, 2, 3, Business Mgr, 2, 3; Radio Guild 1, 2; M.O.C. 1; Cheerleader 1. LEONARD NEWALL FLAVIN, TE Kcononiics Lewiston M.O.C. 1, 2, 3; M.C.A. I. 2, 3; Sophomore Hop Com- mittee 2; Varsity Football 1, 2; Spring Track 1, 2; Winter Track 1, 2; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Cam- pus 2, 3; Trism; Pine Needle Staff; " M " Club; Pale Blue Key. RUTH ELLEN PREBLE English Waterville Transfer from Keuka College; M.C.A. 2, 3. Cabinet 2, 3; 300 Club 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Chapel Choir 2. 3; I.R.C. 2; M.O.C. 2, 3; Campus Staff 2, 3; Dean ' s List 2a, 2b. CHARLES PORPER, K2 Mecliaiiical Engineering Gloucester, Mass. BERNARD FRANCIS PRESCOTT, i ' X Zoology Saco WAYNE SMITH PORTER E(lucati jii Lowell ROBERT FRANK PRETI, MIK Economics South Portland M.C.A. I, 2; M.O.C. 1, 2, 3; Flying Club 2, 3, Pres. 2, 3; Dean ' s List 2b. ROLAND LINWOOD POWERS . gricultural Economics Medway FLEETWOOD PRIDE, JR., eX Electrical Engineering Wrestling; Wrestling Instructor. Abbot LEO WALTER PRATT, JR., K2 Psychology Football 1, 2; Track 1; Sophomore Owls. Saco H II i U K E U A IJ F 11 K T Y - E I n H T 121 J U 1 1 R S BRUCE SOUTHER PUTNAM, I K2 Civil EngineeriiiK Reading, Mass. A.S.C.E.; M.C.A. ; M.O.C. HUBERT RANGER, XX Chemistry Fairfield Photo Club; Band; M.O.C. BETTY QUIMBY Home Economics Brooks M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Home Ec Club 1, 2; Rifle Club 3; House Social Committee 3; Badminton. CAROL ANN RICE .Medical Technology Bangor Hockey 1, 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Newman Club 3. 9 1 PAULINE ELIZAB?:TH QUINT Home Economics Patten M.O.C. I, 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Home Ec Club. DAVID RICHARDS Civil Engineering Brookline, Mas MERLE CLIFFORD RAINEY Economics Frankfort ALICE GUPTILL ROBINSON Social Studies Portland Transfer from Gorham Normal School. CAROLLNE PENDLETON RANDLETT Business Administration Dark Harbor .M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. DONALD WALTER ROBINSON Education Bradford m k CLASS n F I E T E E 1 122 J U IM 1 R S BEATRICE HOPE ROSS Music RALPH EDWIN ROBINSON Lewiston liacteriology Sherman Mills RICHARD MILNE ROSS, KS Electrical Engineering Lexington, AIa«s. EDWIN CURTIS ROCKWELL, ATP I ' ' ore.stry Brandon, Vt. M.O.C. I, 2, 3; Forestry Club 1, 2, 3. MARY ?:thel sawyer Psychology Waterville Hockey Team 1; Badminton 1; M.C.A. 1; M.O.C. 1, 2, 3. ACHILLE REGINALD RODERICK business Administration Caribou Hand 1; Chapel Choir 1, 2; Flying Club 3; Radio (Juild 2, 3; M.C.A. 1. 3; Off-Campus Men 1, 2; Dean ' s List 2. ARTHUR EUGENE SCALES, nen Business Administration Guilford .NORMAN WHITTIER ROLLINS, .U ' P .Xtiimal Husbandry Farmington Band 1, 2; Agriculture Club 1, 2; Alpha Zeta; Dean ' s List 1, 2. JANICE FILKINS SCALES, xa Zoology Portland M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 2, 3; Masque 1, 2, 3; Campus 1, 2, 3; Prism; Dean ' s List 1; House Council 1. EVALYN ROLNICK Psychology Bangor : ' H II II K E II A II F II K T Y E M; H T 123 JUNIORS WIU.IAM KDWAKD SCALKS, ATti Geology Watervliet, K. Y. JOSEPH EDWARD SHEEHV History and Government Braintrcc, Mass. M.C.A. 1, 2; I.R.C. 3. Kl-GENE EDWARD SCIIEUCHZER, lieil Meclianical EnginecrinK Portland GAI.EN BRYANT SHELDON Zoology Augusta MOr.I.Y SCHWARTZ Psychology Portland EVELYN SHUR Psychology Portland JOYCE ELIZABETH SCOTT Home Economics Deer Isle Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 1, 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Home Ec Club I, 2, 3; Women ' s Forum 3. MINA LELIA SIBLEY Psychology Stillwater Square Dance Cluh 3; VV.A.A. 3; Sigma Mu Sigma 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3. RACHEL SEAVEY .Mathematics Portland Basketball 1, 2, 3; Hockey 1; Hillel 1, 2, 3, Treas. 1; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2; I.R.C. 2. RICHARD HARDING SJOSTEDT, -I ' lIK Kami Management Stockholii I CLASS n F I I E T E E 124 JUNIORS MARGARET OPAL SMITH, IID ' I ' Business Administration Mars Ilill Glee Club; M.C.A. ; Spanish Club; Campus. HETTY MARIE SMALL, AOII History and Government East Machias M.C.A. ; Freshman Club Cabinet 1 ; 300 Club Cabinet 2; I.R.C. NORMA GUYLENE SMITH, AOn Home Economics Houlton Sophomore Eagles; Basketball 1; M.C.A. I, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3. ELMER JON SMALLWOOD, ■I ' lIK Unsiness .Xflministration Patten NORMAN EVERETT SMITH, JR. Electrical Engineering South Portland MARCIA LOUANN S.MARGON Sociology Brighton. Mass. RICHARD MacGOWAN SMITH, ATA Economics Wellesley, Mass. CAROL LOIS SMITH, AAA History and Government Portland .VI.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 1, 2; Women ' s Forum 2. ROBERT WORTHING SMITH, ■i ' KS Electrical Engineering Lewiston GEORGE EDWARD SMITH, JR. Journalism Orono Flying Club; Intramural Athletics; Literary Editor of Prism. H II 11 RED A1 D FIIRTY-EIGHT 125 o, J U I I R S SH?;i.DON DONALD SMITH, eX Civil Kngincering Skowhegan WILLIAM FRED SPEAR, 2X Uusincss Administration South Portland RITA MARIE SXOW Rotnance I-anguases Bath M.O.C. ; Newman Club; Spanish Club; M.C.A. FRANK WIIITTIER SPENCER, JR., ATA Mechanical Engineering Orono SYLVIA SNOW, 1 M Zoology Dlue Hill Hockey 1; Basketball 1; Vollevball 1; " M " Club 2; M.O.C. I, 3; W.A.A. 2, JANET ELIZABETH SPILLER Mathematics Westbrook M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Dean ' s List 1. 2; Basketball 1, 2; I.R.C. 2; State Scholarship 1. EDWARD SNYDER, AKK History Orono Transfer from Bowdoin; M.C.A. 2, 3, Cabinet 3; Campus 2, 3; Ocummo 2, 3, Vice Pres. 3; Men ' s Senate 3, Exec, Comm. 3; I.R.C. 3; Dean ' s List 2b; Intramural Athletics 2, 3; Union Building Fund Committee. JAMES SPRAGUE, JR., KZ Business Administration Franklin Basketball 1; Freshman Football 1; Varsitv Football 2; Glee Club 1; " M " Club 2, 3; Maine Bears 2, 3. DONALD HARVEY SPEAR, IX Meclianical Engineering South Portland JACQUELINE MAY SPRINGER, AOll Liberal Arts and Nursing Bangcp M.C.A.; Orchestra; Deutscher Verein; M.O.C. I CLASS n F I r E 126 J U H I R S ROBERT McLEAN STARRETT Music Friendship MINER BATCHELDER STACKPOLE Civil Engineering Augusta A.S.C.E. CHARLES DONALD STEBBINS, 2AE Mechanical Engineering Milton, Mass. Tennis 1, 2; Class Officer 2. PHILIP WYLLIE STACKPOLE, 2AE Civil Engineering Augusta Freshman Baseball Mgr. 1; Men ' s Senate 2; Band 1, 2, 3, Student Conductor 3; Men ' s Glee Club 2, Student Conductor 2; A.S.C.E. MARGARET ANNE STEBBINS, -I ' M Romance Languages Biddeford Transfer from Seton Hill; Cheerleader 2, 3; M.O.C. 2; M.C.A. 2; I.R.C. 2; Hockey 2; Basketball 2; New- man Club 2, 3. WAYNE OLIVER STACY, MA Mathematics Kezar Falls GEORGE WILLIAM STONE, AXA Physical f:ducation Clinton. Mass. Baseball; Maine Masque; M.C.A. WILBROD ST. ARMAXD, JR. oology Old Town CHARLES EDWARD ST. THOMAS Economics Orono DORIS JULIA STANLEY, I1B+ Psychology Farmington Campus Staff; W.A.A. Council; Basketball; Volley- ball; Orchestra; House Sec; M.O.C; M.C.A.; Tumb- ling; Tennis. H U II H E U A II F U H T Y E M; H T 127 J U ] I R S MARGUERITE GRACE SULLIVAX, XQ Home Economics Freeport M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Mgr. 3; Women ' s Foriini 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; Home Ec Club 1, 3; Newman Club 3, Vice President 3. THOMAS NEWCOMU TAYLOR Ihisincss Administration W ' aterlniry, ( ' onn, ICTOR CARL Sl ' NESOX Enrestry Middle bury Forestry Club. EDWIN MORTON THAYER Sanitary EuRinecring Sanfoi d Jl ' NE HARRIETTE SWANTON, XO Speech W ' est Uuxton M.C.A. 1, 3; Masque 2, 3; Deutscher Verein 2, 3; Campus; Neai Mathetai ; Radio Guild 3; Debating Club 3. AMY CARMELA THOMAS ChcnH.stry South INjrtland Dcutscher Verein 3; Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3; Am. Chcm. Society 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2. 3. DAVID ALLEN SYKES, 2nd Mcclianical Engineering Worcester, Mass. M.O.C. 1, 2, 3, Pres. 1, 2; Sophomore Owls; Pack and Pine 1, 2, 3. CONSTANCE VIRGINIA TIIOMES English llarrist)n M.C.A. Cabinet; Campus. RICHARD I ' RESTOX TARDY Mechanical Engineering Livcrmore Falls M.C.A. 1, 2. 3; M.O.C. I, 2; A.S.M.E. 2, 3, Treas. 3; Freshman Club Dance Connnittee; Freshman Hand- liook Committee. ELEANOR MAK THOMPSON, IIIM- English West brook M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Women ' s Forum 3; House Treasurer 3; Charles Pay son Scholarship 1. I C I A S S 11 F I 1 E T E E M 128 JUNIORS MARY-GRACE TIBBETTS, AOn Home Economics Auburn Class Sec. 1; Hockey 1, 3; Basketball 2; Volleyball 2; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 1, 2, 3; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Panhellenic Council 3; Dean ' s List lb, Ic, 2a. BERTRAM ELLIS THORNE Business Administration St. Albans ALTON VERNON TITCOMB Agricultural Engineering Freshman Baseball; JV Football. ROBERT THRELFALL Mechanical Engineering Hingham, Mass. Pack and Pine; Co-President M.C.A. Houlton ELBRIDGE CHESSMAN TITCOMB, :AE Electrical Engineering Falmouth Foreside Radio Club 1, 3; A.I.E.E. 2; Head Proctor 2, 3. EVERETT BEACH THURLOW, MA Pre-Medicai Lee ELLWOOD ARTHUR TITCOMB Mechanical Engineering Brewer ROGER FAULKNER THURRELL, rA Chemical Engineering East Wolfeboro, N. H. Football 1; Masque 1. EUNICE WE.STON TODD Psychology Madison M.C.A. 2; Home Ec Club 2; Off-Campus Women 2; M.O.C. 3; Rifle Club 3; Radio Guild 3. BARBARA JEAN TIBBETTS Pliysical Education Hallowell House Council 1; Freshman Club 1; M.C.A. 1, 3; Volleyball 1, 3; Basketball 1, 3; Women ' s Forum 3; Square Dance 3; Transfer to McGill University 2. HU IIKEII A II FUKTYEIUHT 129 J U I I R S ALLEN TORREY, ATfJ Government North Weymouth, Mass. Football 1, 2; Senate 3. PHILIP TURNER, ex Biochemistr Mapleton PAULINE WADSWORTH TRUE, AOII Bacteriology Hope W.A.A. Council 1, 2, 3, Sec. 2; " M " Club 2, 3, Chair- man 3; University Seal 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, All-Maine Team 2; Hockey 1, 2, 3. All-Maine Team 2, 3; Sopho- more Eagles; Dean ' s List la, lb, Ic, 2a, 2b; Neai Mathetai, President; M.O.C. 1, 2, 3. WARREN JEWETT TURNER Education South Portland Campus 3; Education Club 3; Men ' s Senate 3; Off- Campus Men ' s Organization 3. PETER TSACALOTOS, 2AE Pulp and Paper New York, N. Y. Football 1, 2, 3; I.M.A.A. 2, 3; Sec. I.M.A.A. 3. EDWARD IRVING TYRRELL History and Government Schroonlake, N. Y. JOSEPH ALBERT TUFTS, JR. Music Hancock Band; Orchestra. ALGE JOHN VAITONES Education Auburn M.O.C; M.C.A.; Education Club. ELIZABETH ANN TURNER English Westfield M.C.A.; M.O.C; Transfer from Washington State Normal School. ROBERT NELSON VARNUM, ATQ Chemical Engineering Lowell, Up %i CLASS OF I II ETEEI 130 J U IV I R S HELEN LOUISE WALLINGFORD Sociology Aubilri M.O.C. 1, 2; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Masque 1; Archery 2. BARBARA VAUGHAN Business Adtninistration Belfast Orchestra 1; M.C.A. 1; M.O.C. 2, 3; Chemistry Semi- nar 2; Dean ' s List 1, 2; House Vice Pres. 3; Modern Dance 2. 3; Tumbling 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3; All-Maine 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, Asst. Mgr. 2; " M " Club 1, 2, 3. OTTO HENRY WALLINGFORD, AFP Agricultural Engineering Auburn M.O.C. 1, 2, 3; Pack and Pine 2, 3; Track 2; Inter- fraternity Council 3; Senate 3; A.S.A.E. 3. PHILIP BROOKS VAUGHAN Civil Engineering Newton Highlands, Mass. Track Team; I.M.A.A.; A.S.C.E. GEORGE ADAMS WALSH, ATA History and Government Ogunquit M.C.A.; Intramural Athletics. EARLE WENDELL VICKERY, JR., AT!) Civil Engineering Greenville .Tunction JAMES WARD, ■M ' .i Business Administration Iloultnn Football 1, 2; Intramural Athletics; Proctor. HENRY WILLIAM WALLACE Electrical Engineering Freeport, N. Y. HERBERT WARMFLASH Psychology Newark, N. J. Hillel Scroll, Mgr. Ed. JEAN ELIZABETH WALLACE, UH Horticulture Oruno M.O.C; M.C.A.; Modern Dance; Dean ' s List 1, 2. IP P - HU UKEU A l) FUKTY-EIOHT 131 J U 1 I R S ESTHER SHIRLEY WATSON, HB Zoology Portland W.S.G.A. 1, 3; House Pres. 1; House Treas. 2; House Council 1, 2; Sophomore Eagles 2; Sophomore Class Committee 2; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Deutscher Verein 2, 3; W.S.G.A. Scholarship 2; Balentine Scholarship 3. EDWARD WEED, ZX Business Administration Newport HARRIETTE LOUISE WATSON, AAA Music Houlton M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Mu Alpha Epsilon 3; Chapel Choir 3. ROBERT WELLS Chemistry Longmeadow, Mass. Am. Chem. Society 3; Masque 3. MARGARET ELAINE WATSON, Xfi Home Economics Auburn Class Secretary 2; Class Treasurer 3; Prism Staff; Campus 2; Hockey 2; House Council 1, 2. JOAN WENTWORTH Home Economics Kennebunk JEAN SHIRLEY WEBB Sociology Augusta M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Freshman Club; 300 Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; House Council 1; M.O.C. 2; Campus 3. EARLE WESCOTT, ::AE Mechanical Engineering Buck sport Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Intramural Athletics 2, 3. PETER WEDGE, ATA Business Administration Brewer President, Newman Club; Radio Guild; Campus; Pine Needle. MARY DARILYN WEYMOUTH, XO Sociology Orono Panhellenic Council 3; Sophomore Eagles; Off-Cam- pus Officer. CLASS F I 1 I E T E E 132 J U IV I R S JOHN WILBUR, 2AE Chemical Engineering Cape Elizabetli BARBARA AGATHA WHALEN Spanish Dexter M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 1; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; New- man Club. MORTIMER JOHN WILLIAMS, SN Chemical Engineering Marlboro, Mass. M.O.C. 1; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Dean ' s List Ic, 2a; Proctor 2, 3; Chemistry Seminar 1; Balance and Beaker 2; A.C.S. Chairman Newman Club. EARL ARTHUR WHITE. 2AE Public Management Pittsfield, Mass. Sec. Men ' s Student Senate 3; JV Football 2. EARL SHERMAN WILLIAMSON, 2AE Chemical Engineering Bethel GEORGE STETSON WHITE lathematics M.C.A. 2. Franklin BURTON LEWIS WILNER Chemistry Bangtn ' ALBERT WHITNEY, iTA Mechanical Engineering Bath LAWRENCE ALVIN WlNCi. ATSi Civil Engineering Flagstaff Intramural Athletics; Civil Cluf). THOMAS WARE WIGHT Pre-Medical Belfast HU UREII A U FOKTY-EldHT 133 J U 1 1 R S FRANK BOARDMAN WOOD, SAE Modern Languages Bangor Cross Country 1; Masque 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Contributors ' Qub 2; Spanish Club. KKNNKTH FERNALD WRIGHT, Ben Business Administration Westbrook Basketball; Football; Baseball. RICHARD LEWIS WOOD Civil Engineering Bangor MARJORTE FRANCES YATES, +M Sociology Framingham, Mass. M.C.A. L 2, 3; M.O.C. 2, 3; French Club 2; Fresh- man Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Deputations. ROBERT COOLIDGE WOOD, 2X Agricultural Economics Gloucester, Mass. Track; Forestry Club; Agriculture Club; Glee Club; Vice President, Sigma Chi. KENT HERSEY YORK, KS Engineering Physics Medway Cross Country; Boxing; Physics Club; Intramural Athletics. WINSLOW ALBERT WORK, -trA Mechanical Engineering Brewer Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; " M " Club; Pale Blue Key; Athletic Board. EDITH ANNE YOUNG, XQ Home Economics West Newton, Mass. M.C.A. 1, 2. 3, Cabinet 3; M.O.C. 1, 2, 3; Pack and Pine 1, 2, 3, Sec. 3; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Chapel Choir 1, 2; Prism Staff; Dean ' s List 1, 2; House Council 1, 2. CLIFFORD ARTIHR WORTHING. . TS! Government Northeast Carry MARION SCOTT YOUNG Psychology Foxboro, Mass. M.O.C. 1. 2, 3; M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Freshman Club. CLASS U F I I E T E E l 134 J u rv I R s THOMAS YOUNG, SAE Meclianical Engineering Millinocket Band. RONALD ZIMMERMAN, TE Civil Engineering Springfield, Mass. ROBERT MILLER ZINK, AIT Forestry Wilmington, Del. Forestry Club 1, 2, 3; M.O.C. 1, 2, 3; Football 1. HU UKEU A ll FUKTY-EICHT 13 JU IIIIIH IIT nCTUKEII EVERETT LEWIS BEALS Education Blaine JEAN EFFIE FLEMING Mathematics Bangor CLAYTON PURINGTON BLAKE, ATfl Mechanical Engineering Portland ROBERT MARTIN FOLSOM Engineering Physics Oron ARTHUR MARSHALL BOYNTON Electrical Engineering Palermo ALTON REYNOLDS FROST History and Government York Village NEAL EDWARD BRENNAN Mechanical Engineering Bangor KENNETH ALBERT FROST Agriculture Dallas, Texas ROBERT LEWIS BREWSTER, HK Civil Engineering South Portland IRVING H. CAREER Zoology Lynn, Mass. DAVID ALDEN BROWN, rA Farm Management Weymouth, Mass. WILLIAM CARTER GIBSON Engineering Physics Greenwich. Conn. JAMES WALKER BROWN, ATA Forestry Gardiner GERTRUDE NEWALL CARTER Romance Languages Bangor WALLACE BERKLEY CARTER Farm Management Augusta DONALD ARTHUR CASEY History Bucksport VAUGHN WESLEY COMSTOCK Mechanical Engineering Millinocket MURRAY JAMES GORE Electrical Engineering Waterville GEORGE CLARENCE GRIFFING, III, 2N Psychology Topsham HAROLD ROBERTS GULLTCKSON Business Administration Quincy, Mass. MONSON HENRY HAYES, JR. Electrical Engineering Portland LEWIS EDWARD DISTANT Sociology Sherman Mills RICHARD WRIGHT HENDERSON Engineering Physics Orono DONALD IRVING DODGE German Fort Fairfield ALAN STANLEY JOHNSON Mechanical Engineering Bangor VINCENT LEROY DOWLING Electrical Engineering Jacksonville FREELAND JONES Agricultural Engineering Bangor EVERETT OTIS DYER, AXA Electrical Engineering Framingham, Mass. RALPH GILSON KNOWLTON, HK Civil Engineering Auburn ARNOLD BENTLEY EARLE Electrical Engineering Lisbon Falls ARTHUR EUGENE LEVEXSAILOR Median ical Engineering Waterville RICHARD FREDERICK EATON Civil Engineering Bangor EARL MARSHALL MARTIXOLI Electrical Engineering Granby, Conn, 136 jui initH mn pictukeii GLORIA ESTEI.LE McGINLEY (iiM)hjKy Hermon ARTHUR WILLIAM REYNOLDS, 2. E History Northeast Harbor LEO RICHARD McGUIRE (Hvi! Engineering Lynn, Mass. DARROL ELWOOD ROBINSON Education Auburn JOSEPH KESSE MERLAU Business Adniinistration Bangor ERNEST SOKAL Civil Engineering New York, N- Y. ALBERT JOHN MILLER U ' ibiliff Conservation Orono THOMAS JOSEPH TALBOT, ATfi Farm Management Portland HOWARD TURNER MOULTON Forestry Medford, Mass. CAMP LEE THOMAS, -tKZ Economics Greene PHILIP JONES MURDOCH .Mechanical Engineering Springfield DONALD STERLING THOMAS English Newtonville. Mass. WARREN CALVIN NAUGLER Zoology South Brewer ROBERT ELMER NORDSTROM Mechanical Engineering New Haven, Conn. STEVE ANDREW NOTIS Zoology Saco WARREN WILKINS NUTE, JR. .Mechanical Engineering Orono ROBERT MORRIS THOMPSON Forestry Wellesley. Mass. ROGER WILLIAM THURLOW Zoology Lee GEORGE CURRIER TREAT Civil Engineering Brewer ELMER ROGER OAKES Zoology Waterville GORDON HENRY TRUE Education Bangor LEONARD PEARSON Mechanical Engineering South Brewer BENJAMIN ISAAC WARNER Civil Engineering Bryant Pond ELBRIDGE WILLIAM PEDDER Economics Sullivan PATRICIA ELAINE WHALEN English Bangor JOHN WILLIAM PEPPARD Z4K)l )gy Belmont, Mass. GEORGE WELD WHITIN Chemistry (Arts Sciences) Orono WILFRED LEON PERRY liusiness . dministration Waltham, Mass. COLE WESLEY WILDE Wildlife Conservation Silver Creek, N. Y. LEO PAUL PETRIN Eilncation South Portland WENDELL ROWE WIL.SON, ATO Business Administration Glens Falls, N. Y. KENDALL RICHARDSON POWERS -Mechanical Engineering Deer Isle ROBERT ALBERT ZELLNER, rx Forestry Caldwell, N. J. 137 ALFRED SAVIGNANO, DOUGLAS COLLINS, THF.LMA CROSSLAND, RALPH BARNKTT Largest class on campus this year, the sophomores have played a sig- nificant role, more so than usual, in University aflairs. In addition to their traditional duties as monitors of freshman orientation, they ha e assinned leadership in many functions formerly dominated by ii])perclassmen. In- stitutions which have regained prewar importance, though perhaps altered somewhat, included the Owls and Eagles for organizations. Soph Hop for activity, and Hell Week as an occasion. Bolstered by nmneroiis retiuning veterans, the class of nineteen forty-nine is destined to l)ring increasing honor and renown to the University of Maine. 138 MWLS ; ' [7ff ' :■ " ' " , ■ ' . ' } ,■ ' ■ ' W Campana, Saviano, Walker, Craig, Van Voorhis, Angelides, Stanwood, Hall, Folsom, Barnett E nLES ' ' - H " Hl l 1 • ' I ■ v-;5 !, J ' Hl ' " - " ' ■-«— u llcHfrteur, Ansell. Beisel, Littlefield, Nicholson, Bennett, Carter, Johnson, Mackay, Thomas, McCuin, Armstrong 139 CLASS IIF 1949 MARNKL S. ABRAMS Lynn, Mass. CLYDE S. ADAMS Liberty JOHN O. ADAMS Belmont, Mass. ROBERT T. ADAMS ' ancouver, Wash. ROGER W. ADDOR Poiighkeepsie, N. Y, CLINTOX G. ADELL Readfield Depot JAMES F. AIKINS North Windham DA ID F. AKELEY Presqiie Isle HENRI J. ALBERT ' an Buren PAfL A. ALBERT Van Buren ALEC ALENSKIS Runiford CHARLOTTE A. ALEX Skowhegan HARRY ALLEN Hopedale, Mass. KENNETH L. ALLEY Camden ROBERT B. AMES Dover- Foxcroft PERHAM L. AMSDEN Belfast ROBERT C. ANDERSON Milwaukee, Wis. KENNETH V. ANDERSON Vinalhaven SHIRLEY M. ANDERSON Stockholm WALTER T. ANDERSON Belmont, Mass. DANIEL K. ANDREWS West Rockport LANGDON F. ANDREWS North Fryeburg RICHARD A. ANDREWS Princeton HARRY E. ANGELIDES Lewiston DOROTHY M. ANSELL Dexter LILA M. APPLEBEE Enfield ALBERT A. ARCAND Sanford RAYMOND R. ARCHAMBAULT Springvale PHILIP L. ARCHIBALD Monticello EMMA A. ARMSTRONG Machias SAMUEL ARON Brooklyn, N. Y. JAMES W. ASHBY Fort Fairfield JOHN L. AIILT Wayne DOROTHY A. AVERILL Bangor LOIS AVERY Gardiner RICHARD G. BADER Orono FRANK H. BAILEY Augusta KENNETH R. BAILEY Brownville Junction DONALD H. BAKER Winthroji JOHN W. BALLOU Bangor FREDERICK E. BAMFORD Lowell. Mass. RICHARD L. BANTON Newport HARRIET L. BARNES Fort Fairfield JOHN L. BARNES Bangor RALPH E. BARNETT Augusta RALPH G. BARRETT Brunswick WILLIAM R. BARRETT Rumford WILLIAM D. BARRON Pennsgrove, N. J. MORTON C. BARTLETT Presque Isle ELMER C. BARTLEY Plainville, Conn. GERALD M. BATES. JR. Portland WOOD NYMPHS, MAYBE OH LOVELY SNOW 140 l LASS UF IU4y PAJAMA PARTY THE LAST FULL MEASURE JOHN L. BATHERSON Rumford HERMAN J. BAYER Great Neck, N. Y. THOMAS BEADLE Beveriy Farms, Mass. BEVERLY E. BEAN Auburn JAMES A. BEAUDRY Portland CHARLES R. BECKER Weilesley, Mass. ROBERT F. BEGLEY Lawrence, Mass. SUSAN L. BEISEL Fairfield, Conn. HARRY A. BELL South Waterford GERMAINE C. BELLEFLEUR Madison KATHRYN L. BENNETT Buckfield ARTHUR L. BENOIT Central Falls, R. I. SYLVIA A. BENSON Lewiston BENNY J. BERNARD Mexico SUMNER BERNSTEIN Mattapan, Mass. RONALD W. BERRY New Gloucester WILLIAM R BEYENBERG Tenafly, N. J. I ' HILIP R. BICKFORD Nashua, N. H. .MARIAN H. BIGNEY Greenville EDWARD A. BIKULCIUS Lewiston EDWARD B. BILLINGS Stonington GEORGE SEN BINGYOU Boston, Mass. HENRY D. BITHER Houlton ROY A. BITHER Houlton STANLEY A. BIXBY Auburn ANGUS C. BLACK Brattleboro, Vt. DONALD T. BLACK Waban, Mass. RICHARD L. BLAISDELL Bangor ROLAND C. BLAKE Howland PARKER N. BLANEY Kittery ROBERT G. BLEAKNEY, JR. Needham, Mass. RAYMOND V. BLISS Bangor JOHN J. BOARDWAY Bangor EDWIN K. BOGGS Warren GUY E. BONSEY Dover-Foxcroft ROBERT W. BOSSE Old Town LESLIE M. BOTKA Orono LIONEL S. BOUCHARD Brewer ROBERT P. BOUCHARD Caribou ROLAND J. A. BOUCHARD Caribou HENRY C. BOUDREAU Orono WARREN W. BOWDEN South Penobscot ELMER A. BOWEN Auburn BEVERLY A. BOYD Freeport CONSTANCE A. BOYNTON Augusta IRA D. BOYNTON North Whitefield ALLEN R. BRACKETT Casco JOSEPH F. BRACKETT Melrose, Mass. BURKE BRADBURY, JR. Stratford, Conn. BERNARD B. BRAEN Dorchester, Mass. CARL H. BRENNAN Bangor 141 CLASS (IF l»4» A COUPLE OF LEGMEN WELL, DAISY MAE WILLIAM J. BRENNAN Bangor AISTIX V. BRIDGES Bangor CLAYTON E. BRIGGS Brunswick JO AX V, BRIGGS Orono WILLIAM E. BROCK Alfred JAMES D. BROMLEY Arlington. Mass. JOHN " W. BROOKINGS Bangor CARLETO.V M. BROWN Woodland FLOYD E. BROWN Bangor GRACE M. BROWN Dixfield MALCOLM E. BROWN Xorway REGINALD S. BROWN LaGrange WALLACE E. BROWN Belmont. Mass. WILMA J. BROWN Carnegie, Penna. GEORGE W. BROWNE Rye, N. Y. CHARLES T. BRl ' CE Bangor GEORGE T. BRYANT Pittsfield MALCOLM V. BUCHANAN Bangor HOWARD M. BUCK South Willington, Conn. ROBERT J. BUCK Hempstead, L. I., N. Y. JOHN D. BUCKLEY Rockport, Mass. WALLACE F. BUGBEE Dexter ALLAN W. BURGESS Kennebunk ELIZABETH M. BURGESS Orono ELEANOR S. BURRILL Bangor JAMES A. BUSBY Portland ARTHUR S. BUSWELL Lakewood, N. J. MYER BYER Bangor FRANCES E. CALLAN Bath ELIZABETH B. CALKINS Fairfield ROBERT F. CAMERON Bangor ROBERT J. CAMPANA Brookline, Mass. BERT I. CAMPBELL South Portland JAMES E, CANNING Bangor IVORY A. CANTY Bangor ROBERT S. CAPERS Wellesley Hills, Mass. PARKS F. CARLE Princeton FRANK R. CARLETON Woolwich HELEN I. CARLIN Bangor FRANCIS C. CARMICHAEL Portland JOHN R. CARSON Bangor KENDALL R. CARSON Houlton CRAWFORD W. CARTER. JR. Etna MARION H. CARTER Augusta NANCY L. CARTER Glenbrook, Conn. PAUL S. CARTER Bangor THERON H. CARTER Berlin, Conn. DONALD T. CASWELL Bangor ROBERT B. CASWELL Bangor JAMES P. GATING Orono PHILIP S. CATIR Portland 142 CLAHS (IF 1949 JOHN n. CEKVONE Metlford, Mass. JOSKPH J. CKRVONE Medford, Mass. ROLAND E. CHABOT Lewiston GEORGE E. CHADBOURNE Bath Cr.AIR II. CHAMBERLAIN Madison ROBERT F. CHANDLER Dexter PAUL F. CHANTAL New York, N. Y. WILLIA.M P. CHARRON Brunswick ALLAN S. CHASE Bryant Pond ANDREW J. CHASE .Mile DAVID A. CHASE Westbrook LKROY W. CHASE Bangor .MICHAEL A. CHERNESKI Shaft, Penna. DONALD E. CHICK Sanford NANCY C. CHICK Liniington FRANK C. CHILD Harrington, R. I. CLAUDE S. CHITTICK Franklin, Mass. GEORGE R. CHITTICK Farmington .MARVIN L. CHITTY Orono CLARKE J. CHURCH Amesbury, Mass. ARTHUR L. CLARK Augusta DAVID T. CLARK Kenneblinkport DONALD S. CLARK Belfast ELIZABETH G. CLARK Calais WILLIAM A. CLARK Bath CLIFTON S. CLARKE Westbrook KENNETH H. CLAUSEN Princeton, N. J. ROBERT F. CLAWSON Natick, Mass. JEROME J. CLIFFORD Houlton LEE H. CLIFFORD Hamden, Conn. RONALD W. CLIFFORD South Paris KENNETH L. CLOSSON Ellsworth RODNEY W. CLUKEY Brewer JOSEPH H. COBB Old Town MERRILL E. COBB Lee ROBERT F. COCHRAN Dixfjeld JUDITH W. COFFIN Bangor PHILIP M. COFFIN, JR. Bangor JASON COHEN Mattapan, Mass. LESTER M. COHEN Biddeford MAX S. COHEN Bangor EUGENE COLE, JR. Saco NORMAN A. COLE Portland PAUL W. COLEMAN Bangor .MARTHA P. COLES Mount Holly, N. J. DONALD F. COLLINS Caribou HERSCHEL D. COLLINS Caribou DOROTHY B. COLWELL Glen Ridge, N. J, JAMES E. COXNERS Old Town CLEMENT W. CONNORS. JR. Rumford ELAINE C. CONNORS Orono MUSIC HATH CHARM.S INCOGNITO 143 CL ISS OF l»4» THEODORE W. CONSTANTINE Livennore Falls JOHX E. COOPER Long Branch, N. J. JOSEPH C. COOPEi? Kangor ALFRED L. CORMIER Bangor .TO AX F. COTE Brewer WILFRED A. COTE Willimantic, Conn. FRANCES E. COUGHLIN An gust a ROBERT S. COUGHLIN Dexter THOMAS .1. COUGHLIN ' alpole. Mass. EDWARD R. COWLES Auburn ALBERT P. COX Brooks MARITA R. CRABTREE L ' nion PHILIP L. CRAIG W ' aterville JANICE M. CRANE Orono SHIRLEY E. CRANE W ' aterville NOEL E. CRAUN Springfield Gardens, N, Y. WILLIAM J. CREIGHTON East Lynn, Mass. ALAN D. CROCKETT Addison DWIGHT L. CROCKETT, JR. Auburn JANICE E. CROCKETT Auburn LAURENCE E. CROFUTT Orono HERBERT A. CROMMETT Passadlinikeag JOSEPH F. CRONIN, JR. Lcwiston TIIELMA E. CROSSLAND Orono CHARLES L. CROWLEY Whitney ville RAYMOND M. CUDAHY Bangor DOUGLAS H. CULPON South Gouldsboro THEODORE G. CUMMINGS Lockes Mills ANN CUNNINGHAM Cape Elizabeth ARTHUR F. CUNNINGHAM Bangor CHARLES W. CUNNINGHAM Framingham, Mass. MARY J. CUNNINGHAM Old Town MARY E. CURTIS Orono NICHOLAS J. CUTRELES Biddeford JOSEPH G. CYR Old Town DONALD E. DAHILL Bayside, L. I., N. Y. FERNAND F. DAIGLE Fort Kent LOUIS J. L. DAIGLE Fort Kent MARILYN J. DAIGLE Presque Isle JAMES H. DANA Thomaston WILLIAM H. DANNER Watertown, Mass. ALANSON M. DARRELL Bangor BARBARA M. DAVIDSON Gardiner ARNOLD A. DAVIS East Corinth COLBY A. DAVIS Greenwood Mountain HARCOURT W. DAVIS West Newton, Mass. HENRY C. DAVIS Brewer HERBERT M. DAVIS Belmont, Mass. OSCAR W. DAVIS Buck sport RICHARD R. DAVIS Orono JEANNE DAY Castine WILL YOU ? WHO ? WHAT ? WHEN ? WHERE ? 144 CLASS IIF iy4» tt !, ' ' ' 4tXX ILm iSll»A,m-ttt GOOD-BYE, NOW who ' s holding up who? VAN ' CE E. DEARBORN Farmington JOSEPH X. G. DECHENE Bangor WILLIAM N, DEEHAN Portland LOIS A. DEERING Bridgton SAUL H. D ELL Everett, Mass. RICHARD J. DENNISON North Bridgton RICHARD W. DENNISON Bath JAMES L. DEROCHE Mexico LELAND C. DEROCHER Stratton JEANNE DEROZA Freeport, N. Y. NATHAN J. DIAMOND Bangor HERBERT R. DICKF.Y Orono MADELINE A. DICKKY Belfast MARY.V. DIRKS Orono RICHARD W. DODGE Bartlett, N. H. LAWRENCE P. DOLAN Milo HENRY J. DOMBKOWSKI Paterson, N. J. JOHN G. DONOVAN Lewiston NANCY DOORE South Paris JULES A. DOSTIE Lewiston SHIRLEY M. DOTEN Orono GLORIA H. DOW Houlton PHILIP L. DOWNIE Fort Fairfield NORMA J. DRUMMOND Arrowsic BERNARD W. DUBAY Calais DAVID J. DUBE Greenville Junction KENNETH W. DUDLEY Auburn FRANKLIN P. DUFOUR Old Town MAURICE B. DULLEA Norway GEORGE A. DUNHAM Brewer EUGENE R. DUNN South Weymouth, Mass. LAWRENCE R. DUNN Portland JACQUES R. DUPONT Biddeford MILTON E. DYER Camden PHILIP C. DYER Westbrook RAYMOND J. DYER Portland THEODORE G. DYER Lawrence, Mass. ROGER EASTMAN, JR. Auburn ERNEST C. EATON West Buxton ROBERT H. EDDY Bangor JOHN F. G. EICHORN, JR. Wellesley Hills, Mass. HAROLD R. ELDERKIN Dexter EVELYN E. ELLSWORTH East Wilton WILBUR M. EMERSON Bangor ELMER B. ERWIN East Rochester, N. Y. VALERIE J. ESTY Cumberland Mills PENN S. EUSTIS North Turner GLADDEN F. EVANS, JR. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. RONALD W. EVERETT Presque Isle WINTHROP H. FAIRBANK Sudbury, Mass. RICHARD T. FAIRFIELD Cape Elizabeth 145 CLASS OF 1949 SKATERS SCHMALTZ TRANSPORT WORKER STRIKES DONALD R. FAIRLEY Orono CLARENCE E. FAULKNER Bangor MARY L, FENLASON South Portland LAWRENCE FENNEL, JR. South Portland JOHN D. FILES Gorham HARRY S. FISH Jonesport RICHARD B. FISHER Rockland MERRILL M. FISKE Portland JOSEPH P. FLAHERTY Portland THOMAS S. FLANAGAN Bangor JAMES S. FLETCHER Mansfield, Mass. JOSEPH H. FLOYD Woodside, L. I., N. Y. RALPH E. FLYNN Providence, R. I. WILLIAM F. FLYNT Augusta FORREST F. FOGG Saugus, Mass. JESS W. FOGG Hulls Cove ROLAND A. FOGG Saco PETER F. FOLEY Portland BRUCE D. FOLSOM Springvale JOHN H. FOLSOM Springvale JOHN P. FONTAINE Brownville Junction PAUL G. FORD Bangor NORMAN T. FOSS Farmington FRANCES JANE FOSTER South Portland WILLIAM G. FOSTER York Harbor NORMAN W. FOURNIER Sanfard THOMAS L. FOWKE Skowhegan ARTHUR G. FOX Lovell ROBERT K. FRANZ Melrose, Mass. DWINAL W. ERASER South Brewer GROVER D. ERASER Brunswick SAMUEL E. FULLER Long Pond BRUCE B. FULTON Bath ROSEMARIE J. GAGNON Van Buren FRANCIS J. GALIANO Rockland JEANNE M. GALLAGHER Pawtucket, R. I. BARBARA M. GAMMELL Attleboro, Mass. MARGARET GARDINER Gardiner CAMILLE A. GARDNER Auburn CLAYTON A. GARDNER Bangor RICHARD H. GARDNER Rockland, Mass. CHARLES L. GARFINKLE Mattapan, Mass. HAROLD W. GAUSMAN Orono EDWIN S. GERRY Sovith China GLENDON E. GERRY Shawmut 146 CLASS IIF iy4y HARRY VV. GIBBONS Railway, N. J. WILLIAM E. GIFFORD Bangor JAMES T. GILBERT Ashland JAMES A. GILLCHREST Tlioniaston LAWRENCE B. GILLIS Calais HAROLD F. GILMAN Old Town CHARLES L. GLOVER Dover- Foxcroft FREDERICK E. GLOVER Orono HAROLD B. GOLDBERG Portland SIDNEY GOLDMAN Gloucester, Mass. MILTOX H. GOLDSMITH Old Town MERTON K. GOODALL, JR. Hyannis, Mass. ROBERT E, GOODE Bangor HARLAN F. GOODWIN Bangor JAMES W. GOODWIN Norway ROBERT W. GOODWIN Monticello ADELLE GOOS Bangor FOSTER E. GORDON Medway FRANK F. GORHAM Houlton GORDON M. GOULD Milford JANET L. GRAHAM Blue Hill NEWTON A. GRAHAM West Roxbury, Mass. PAULINE D. GRANT Houlton ELVET V. GRAY Farmington JOHN O. GRAY Newagen LEON E. GRAY Corinna NORMAN A. GRAY Hallowell BEVERLY B. GREEN Farmington BRUNO M. GRENCI, JR. Frankfort DOUGLAS L. GRIFFIN Rumford DONALD H. GRINDLE Bucksport FRANCIS D. GROSS Bangor CHARLES F. GUILD, JR. Bangor LAWRENCE C. HADLEY Bar Harbor FREDERICK M. HAGGETT South Portland MARTIN HAGOPIAN Madison DAVID T. HALL Madison JOHN A. HALL Orono ROBERT A. HALL Castine JOSEPH A. HAMBLEN Gorham BERNARD L. HAMILTON East Pepperell, Mass. CLEMENT K. HAMILTON Wytopitlock NORRIS B. HAMLIN Farmington PAUL J. HAMM Bangor BARBARA E. HANEY Portland HOME FROM THE KILLS OH SO GOOD 147 CLASS UF 1949 MARGARET HANKS Augusta JANE K. HANSON Lexington, Mass. ROBERT A. HANSON Paterson, N. J. EDWARD J. HAPP Franklin Square, L. I., N. Y. ROBERT C. HARADEN Bar Harbor ALBERT M. HARJULA Thomaston BETTY J. HARLOW Auburn WILLIAM P. HARMON Bangor BETTY L. HARRIMAN Bangor BENJAMIN D. HARRINGTON Amherst, Mass. BOYD N. HARRINGTON Patten GEORGE R. HARRIS Orono WILLIAM D. HARRIS Skowhegan MARGUERITE E. HART Bangor PAUL T. HART Togus RICHARD D. HASKELL West Newton, Mass. BARBARA R. HASTINGS Bethel JANE W. HASTINGS Fryeburg DANIEL E. HATCH Bath HUGH N. HATCH Belfast MARY E. HATT Brewer HARRY S. HAWKES Island Falls CYNTHIA J. HAYDEN Raymond MALCOLM S. HAYDEN Cambridge, Mass. ROBERT C. HAZELWOOD Scarsdale, N. Y. GLENN B. HEATH Farmington ELIZABETH B. HEMPSTEAD Rockland JOHN W. HENDERSON Johnson City, N. Y. THOMAS J. HENNESSY, JR. Portland FREDERICK H. HERMANN Melrose, Mass. JOAN A. HESELTON Gardiner GEORGE F. HIGGINS Presque Isle JAMES E. HIGGINS Ellsworth LEON F. HIGGINS Bangor KENNETH L. HILL Bath OSCAR B. HILL Poughkeepsie, N. Y. LOUISE C. HILTON Norridgewock JACK M. HILTZ Calais JAMES A. HINDS Portland WALTER C. HINDS Pejepscot BARBARA E. HINES Rumford DONALD E. HOBBS Portland ROBERT E. HOCKENHULL Orono WILLIAM F. HODGINS Houlton DANA K. HOLMES Bangor WILLIAM L. HOPKINS Rockland CHARLES E. HORNER Wellesley Hills, Mass. WILLIAM R. HORNER Wellesley Hills, Mass. JOHN F. HOWE Bath WINFIELD S. HOWE Orono JACQUELINE HOWELL Southwest Harbor THE ATHLETIC TYPE A DOUBLE DOSE OF GLAMOUR 148 CL ISS (IF 1949 BEST FOOT FORWARD A MATNE CO-ED. ' ' DANIEL X. HOWES Swampscott. Mass. ARTHUR J. HUBBARD Belfast RICHARD F. HUFF West Scarboro HUGH W. HUNTER Harrison MARGARET E. HURD Oakland HARRY K. HUSSEY Portland JOHN A. HUSSEY Bangor ERWIN F. HUTCHINS Brunswick MELYIN E. HUTCHINSON, JR. Richmond MATTHEW E. INFIORATI Bangor EARL F. INGALLS Cape Elizabeth RALPH S. INGRAHAM Augusta DOXALD W. INSKEEP Old Town WILLIAM IRWIN Ramsey, N. J. MARY L. JACKINS Hon I ton HARBARA L. JACOBS Aulnirn RICHARD E. JACOBS Mt. Carmel, Conn. DALE E. JENKINS Milo JOYCE J. JENKINS Dover- Foxcroft LAWRENCE S. JENNESS Orono EDWARD R. JEXNISOX Bangor FRANK W. JEWELL Brewer AROLYN R. JOHNSON Portland EVAN R. JOHNSON Portland FREDERICK A. JOHXSOX Milltown JOSEPH M. JOHNSON Yarmouth ELIZABETH A. JOHNSTON Bangor NATALIE JOHNSTON Presque Isle RALPH T. JONES Bangor JAMES L. JORDAN Rockland NANCY JORDAN Cape Cottage NORMAN L. JOSE Milo MALCOLM J. JOSEPHS Newton Centre, Mass. ROY E. JOYCE Rockland WILLIAM E. KANE Brewer ARTHUR KAPLAN Mattapan, Mass. JOHN F. KEENAX South Portland ALFRED J. KEITH Bangor EDWARD H. KEITH Bangor MARION L. KEITH Bangor JOAN T. KELLEHER Bangor HERMAN E. KENDALL South Portland WILLIAM A, KENDALL Fitchburg, Mass. KATHLEEN R. KENNEDY Bucksport EMMA E. KILBURN Cape Elizabeth RICHARD S. KIMBALL Machias DOUGLAS T. KING Orono JOSEPH E. KING Orono DONALD C. KINNEY Dover-Foxcroft ALTHEA R. KIRK Ashland LEON E. KIRKPATRICK Bangor 149 CLASS OF 1949 MOMMA, MOMMA, SOME BAByI hubba-hubba! BEVERLY H. KITCHEN Portland CHARLES W. KITTRIDGE Dexter MILTON W. KLINE Swampscott, Mass. ETHEL A. KNAPP Orono KAROL F. KNAPP Orono EUGENE H. KNIGHT Gardiner FRED B. KNIGHT Bangor DONALD L. KNOTT Beverly, Mass. MARILYN R. KOBRIN Bangor MIRIAM KOCHAKIAN Madison WILLIAM T. KOPP Cambridge, Mass. GORDON R. KUHN Waterville CONSTANTINE W. KYROS South Portland ALFRED E. LABONTY Fort Kent ALDORE S. LAJOIE Augusta MORTON A. LAMB Eastport HOWARD K. LAMBERT Lewiston CECIL O. LANCASTER Bangor ROBERT T. LANCASTER Bangor ROBERT H. LAND Portland HILTON D. LANE Danforth JOHN DARWIN LAPOINT New London, Conn. JOSEPH C. LAPOINTE Bangor LEE W. LAPRISE Great Barrington, Mass. OLIVER S. LAROUCHE Milo RAYMOND T. LAVALLEE Old Town CHARLES C. LEACH West Palm Beach, Fla. JAMES A. LEACH West Palm Beach, Fla. ROBERT M, LEAHY Portland RUTH E. LEARN Auburn VIVIAN T. LEBEL Brunswick RAYMOND R. LECLAIR Augusta ELLA D. LEHRMAN Portland HAROLD C. LEIGHTON, JR. West Springfield, Mass. PHILIP S, LEIGHTON Cumberland Mills ROBERT J. LEIPER North Attleboro, Mass. CARL LERMAN Portland ROBERT K. LEVENSAILOR Waterville GEORGE A. LEWIA West Kennebunk CECIL M. LEWIS Carmel FREDERICK C. LIBBY South Portland JANE L. LIBBY Vinalhaven MARGARET W. LIBBY Portland RICHARD L. LIBBY Orono WILBUR L. LIBBY Vanceboro WILLIS E. LIBBY, JR. Freeport ROBERT J. LINDEMANN Bangor JOANNE LINDGREN Maiden, Mass. KARL R. LINDQUIST Nantucket Island, Mass. LAWRENCE W. LITCHFIELD Peaks Island LEWIS E. LITTLEFIELD Auburn 150 CLASS (IF 1949 LORRAIXE A. I.ITTI.EFIELD Orono MARY K. LITTLEFIELD Brewer ARMAND L. LTZOTTE Rumford WENDELL M. LONG East Bluehill HERBERT C. LORD, JR. Ellsworth ALBERT H. LORENTZEN Hebron RUTH G. LOTKER Bangor WALTER G. LOVELY Fort Fairfield RICHARD F. LUCAS St. Albans PATRICIA R. LUDWIG Washington CHARLES H. LUFKIN Bucksport PAUL J. LUTICK Rumford GEORGE W. LUTKA Bangor BARBARA M. McALOON Bangor LLOYD A. McAULEY Fairfield DONALD S. McCOBB Auburn HELEN U. McCUIN Danforth RALPH E. McCURDY Calais RAY T. McDonald Woburn, Mass. THOMAS H. MacDONALD .Madison BARBARA A. McFARLAND Portland VERNON E. McFARLAND Ellsworth PATRICIA R. McGUIGAN Port Jervis, N. Y. KEITH M. McKAY Caribou OWEN B. MacKELLAR Orono COLLIN M. McKENNA South Brewer ALEXANDER W. MacKENZIE Winchester, Mass. ALBERTON L. McLAIN Bangor GEORGE A. MacLAUCHLAN Dennysville NORMA L. MacLAUCHLAN Machias ROBERT S. MacLAUCHLAN Dennysville RAMONA K. Mclaughlin Medway WILLIAM D. MacLEAN Bangor DONALD R. MacLEOD Kenyon, R. I. ROLAND MacLEOD Saco NANCY R. MACKAY Wellesley Hills, Mass. STEPHEN R. MACPHERSON Portland FLORA N. MADDOCKS Millinocket GEORGE E. MADORE Great Works RICHARD I. MAGUIRE Portland JOHN A. MALCOMSON South Swansea, Mass. RUTH M. MALIA South Portland CLIFFORD A. MANCHESTER Northeast Harbor WILLIAM B. MANN Portland WILLIAM S. MANN Roselle, N. J. DANIEL C. MARBLE Sherman Station ROBERT R. MARCOUS Portland PRENTISS B. MARKLE Orono IRVING G. MARSDEN Bangor BERNARD L. MARSH Old Town HARTLEY E. MARSH Gorham TRACK. TEAM PEPSODENT— THRICE A DAY 151 riASS OF 1949 JOHN E. MARTIN Pittsficld MARJORIE M. MARTIN Marblehead, Mass. WILLIAM P. MASON Saco RICHARD T. MATHEWS Augusta FRANCIS R. MATLEY Orono PAUL R. MAYBERRY South Windham ROLAND M. MAYBERRY Stillwater WALTER E. MAYHEW Old Town JAMES L. MEEHAN Hingham, Mass. EUGENIA MELZAR Wilmington, Mass. RAYMOND J. MERCER Gardiner NEAL W. MERRILL Gray RICHARD M. MESERVE Portland ALBERT A. MEYER College Point, N. Y. HOMER MICHALAROS Portland JEAN D. MILLER Portland JOHN P. MILLER West Medford, Mass. STANLEY J. MILLER Auburn EZRA C. MILLIKEN Portland ANN B. MITCHELL Bangor CAROLYN V. MITCHELL Mechanic Falls DOROTHY L. MITCHELL Bangor PAUL J. MITCHELL Waterville GLORIA M. MOCKLER Caribou JAMES W. MOLLISON Belfast JOHN R. MOOERS Houlton PHILIP H. MOOERS Caribou RALPH A. MOORE Ellsworth RANDOLPH E. MOORES Bangor STERLING C. MORRIS Bangor ROLAND S. MORRISON Brewer VICTOR A. MORTENSON Mexico HOWARD E. MOSLEY South Portland HAROLD L. MOULTON Springvale IRVING C. MOULTON Guilford .VIARGAR?:T MOULTON Wellesley Hills, Mass. NORMAN W. MOULTON Springvale L.A.WRENCE G. MURPHY Saco PATRICIA A. MURRAY Madison ROBERT E. MURRAY Bangor WALTER C. MURRAY Old Town WILLIAM H. MURRAY Limerick ANTHONY B. NARDONE Newton Highlands. Mass. BRIAN S. NEAL Millinocket CHARLES L. NELSON Greenville DONALD J. NELSON Portland JEAN I. NELSON New Gloucester XORMAND T. NELSON Old Town ROGER L. NELSON Westbrook WILLIAM A. NEWDICK Augusta JUDITH H. NEWTON Auburn LHTLE PIXIES GIVE OUT WITH .SONG 152 IT ISS IIF IU4y Rl ' .STING SO KARI.Y I. ' ■AVIS P. XKWTON Aiitmrn (;kokc;k i niciiols Auburn JOHN D, NICHOLSON Kast Millinocket r.OIS A. NICHOLSON MaUlen, Mass. JKKKY S. NICKERSON White Plains, N. Y. I.INWOOD N. NORTON Caribou CI.OKIA L. NOYES Caribou I.EKOY C. NOYES Karniington JOSEPH D. NYHAN Lawrence, Mass. C.ERALU F. OBERMEYER Hrewer JOHN J. O ' CONNOR Augusta CEORCIANA li. OURADY Old Town ROFIKRT V. O ' HARA Rye, N. Y. UAY.MONU L. OLMSTED Charleston Ml KKAY L. OPI ' ENHEIM Mangor KLMEK J. OKCUTT .Mount Desert ISRAEL ORETSKY Portland ( HARLES R. OSGOOD Mattawamkeag JOSEPH F. OUELLETTE St. Francis (iERARD D. FARADIS Fort Kent JOSEPH E. R. PARADIS IJiddeford O.SCAR G. PARADIS lliddeford ERNEST T. PARIZO Waterville WILLIA.M C. PARK Brewer PHILLIP S. PARKER -Adtlison JOHN W. PAR.SONS Wethersfield, Conn. CHARLES S. PARTRIDGE Norway PETER S. PATERSON Saco ROBERT K. PATTERSON -Mars Hill LEWIS D. PAYSON Southport SID.NEY R. PEACHEY Mt. Vernon DUNCAN E. PEARSON Waterville I.INWOOD F. PEARSON Corinna EDWARD R. PEASLEY Bangor JOANN R. PEIRCE East Corinth DARYI, W. PELLETIER Caribou GERALD F. PELLETIER Old Town REAL C. PELLETIER .Mexico EDWARD C. PENNI.MAN Riverside, R. I. RAY.MOND W. PEPPARD Winchester, Mass. RICHARD E. PERCIVAL Dexter EDWARD W. PERKINS Waterville (;E0RGE W. PERKINS Cold Spring, N. Y. RICHARD E. PERKINS Orono c;EORGE C. PERRY Stoningtoii, Conn. .MALCOLM F. PERRY Portland .MARIE M. PERRY Bangor ROBERT A. PERRY Daiivers, .Mass. CARL J. PETERSON Calais FOREST G. PETERSON Calais GEORGE C. PETERSON Lewiston 1,9 -i CLASS IIF 1949 OH LOOK! A LIVE ONE! MAN TRAP HERBERT O. PETERSON Lexington. Mass. VINCENT F. PETRIE Portland PATRICIA R. PHELPS Old Town CALVIN S. PHILLIPS Farmington Falls EDWARD F. PHILLIPS Portland EDMIND F. PIELA Manclu ' ster, Conn. CL.VRENCE D. PIERCE TJncksport PATRICIA E. PIPER Cornish FREDERICK C. PIT.VIAN Woolwich ICTOR H. POOLER South Brewer JOHN E. PORTER Bangor ROGER W. POTTER New Canaan, Conn. WILLIAM R. POWERS Springfield. Mass. EDWIN F, POYNTER Melrose, Mass. I ' .M ' L A. PRADERIO Clinton, Mass. EVELYN L. PRATT Maiden. Mass. CHARLES R. PREBLE Bar Harbor CHARLOTTE E. PRESSEY Brewer WARREN H. PRESSLEY Weston WALDON Q. PRIDE Abtot SHELDON W. PRIEST Enfield ROBERT K. PRINCE Auburn DORIS E. PULLEN Richmond MARY-ABBIE PULSIFER Poland JOHN J. QUINN Gardiner MARY E. QUINN Bangor HERBERT L. RACKLIFF Old Town ROGER C. RACKLIFF Old Town RAMON M. RAKOFF Brookline, Mass. EARL H. RAMSAY Winslow STUART P. RAMSAY South Portland WILLIAM G. RAMSAY Melrose, Mass. ROBERT W. RAMSDELL Jamaica Plain, Mass. CAROLYN L. RANCOURT Solon LKROY C. RANDALL Milo CARLETON A. RANKS Bangor POLLIE L. RAWLINSON Portland DONALD K. RAY Anson KENNETH A. RAY Eastport ALICE M. RAYMOND Jackson Heights, N. Y. HELEN E. REED Oak Ridge, Tenn. JAMES G. REID Bangor ROBERT K. RENDALL Augusta JAMES P. RICE Fitchburg. Mass. WILLIAM W. RICE Montclair, N. J. COLLEEN RICHARDSO.N Plymouth EDWARD J. RICHTER Merchantville, N. J. VAUGHN H. RICKER Milo GAROLD A, RIDKOUT Mars Hill THEODORE C. RING South Brewer HARRISON S. RIPLEY Weston, Mass. 154 CLASS OF 1949 MARTIN C. RISSEL Rutherford, N. J. F.UGENE M. ROACH Smyrna Mills CARL R. ROBBIN ' S Augusta CAROL J. RODBINS East ' intlirop SUMNER M. ROBINSON Dorchester, Mass. MARTHA RODICK Bar Harbor CHARLES W. ROGERS Old Town DAVID C. ROGERS St. Stephen, N. B., Canada HAROLD E. ROGERS Gardiner .MARGUERITE E. ROGERS Wellesley, Mass. RICHARD C. ROGERS Methuen, Mass. WILLIAM S. ROGERS Lisbon Falls GERALD A. ROGOVIN Newton Centre, Mass, WARREN R. ROLL Glen Cove, N. Y. MURRAY L. ROLLINS Augusta WILLIAM S. ROLLINS Augusta FREDERICK J. ROSEBUSH Bucksport JAMES W. M. ROWSE Cape Elizabeth GERALD E. RUDMAN Bangor .MAURICE A. RUSSELL Washburn JOHN J. SABATTUS Calais ALFRED L. SAINDON Bar Mills GEORGE W. SAMPSON Dexter ROGER H. SARGENT Ellsworth ROBERT M. SAVAGE Augusta WILLARD E. SAVAGE South Brewer ALFRED N. SAVIGNANO Newton Highlands, Mass. JEANNE L. SAWYER New Sharon RICHARD L. SAWYER New Sharon ROBERT W. SAWYER Milbridge WILLARD C. SAWYER Westbrook JAMES G. SCHAADT Wellesley Hills, Mass. JOHN R. SCHMIDLIN Alden, N. Y. MELVIN A. SCHWARTZ Portland WILLIAM A. SEARS Bangor DOLORES E. SEELEY Fort Fairfield BARBARA A. SEWALL . uburn SU.MNER II. SHAFMASTER Bangor LEON SHALEK Presque Isle SYDNEY F. SHAPIRO Newport JOSEPH B. SHATTUCK North Edgecomb CHARLES W. SHAW Caribou JEANNETTE SHAW Caribou CAHL F. SHELTRA Biddeford ARNO H. SHEPARDSON Solon FRED M. SHERMAN Island Falls EUGENE E. SHIPLEY Vassalboro PARKHURST A. SHORE Arlington, Va. JULIA SHORES New Gloucester ALAN SHULMAN Chelsea, Mass. JANE A. SIBLEY Wellesley Hills, Mass. 5 . JUST DIFFERENT ! CURLS ? 155 rL 188 OF iy4» SAMTKL S. SILSBY JJangor JOSEPH K. SIMANONOK Saco MARV SIMMONS Sargentville CHARLES A. SIMONDS Portland CALVIX W. SIMPSON Saco FREDKRICK C. SIMPSON Eastv ort WILLIAM H, SIMPSON Millinocket WUAV D. SIMPSON Pittslield, Mass. ELSIE M. SJOSTEDT Stockholm WILLIAM N. SKIDDS Milltown SIDNEY W. SKIFFINGTON Dover- Foxcroft SIMON SKLAR Old Town WILLIAM S. SKOLFIELD Brunswick LOIS A. SMALL Orono ALEXANDER D. SMITH Wcsthrook EARL F. SMITH Bangor JKANNETTE SMITH Bangor LAWRENCE C. SMITH Turner Center OWEN H. SMITH Scarboro RICHARD M. SMITH Augusta SHERROLD L. SMITH Bar Harbor WARREN G. SMITH Orono STUART W. SMYTH E Bangor VIRGINIA C. SNOW Norway EVERETT L. SPEAR Rockland NORMAN W. SPEAR Saco ROBINSON SPEIRS Bangor HOWA RD E, SPENCER North Leeds DONALD M. SPILLER Mechanic Falls EDWARD W. SPILLER Aubvirn RICHARD C. SPILLER Westbrook ALTON L. SPROUL Hallowell MARIAN L. STANLEY Bar Harbor DON C. STANTON Sherman, N. Y. HAROLD K. STANWOOD Rumford JEANETTE A. STAPLES Bangor ALBERT W. STARliIRD Solon HARRISON M. STARliIRD Strong WILLIAM A. STARliIRD Old Town GEORGE L. STATEN Flushing, L. I., N. Y. MURRAY E. STEBBINS IJiddeford FRANK O. STEPHENS Auburn HAROLD M. STERLING Orono ROBERT M. STETSON Wjnthrop RALPH A. STEVENS Fitchburg, Mass. GEORGE A. STEVENSON Greensboro, Md. JOHN W. STEVES South Portland FORREST J. STEWART Houlton RONALD E. STEWART Madawaska WILLIAM C. STICK EL Belmont, Mass. CALVIN L. STINSON Prospect Harbor COM), ISN T nv HACK K) NATURK 156 CLASS IIF l»4g I.KTS GKT BACK IN IHK PICTURE SONG OF BERNADETTE ARTHUR H. STONE Long Lake, N. Y. JOHN E. STONE Rockport, Mass, ANNA M. ST. ONCE Bangor HOWARD H. STOKER Brunswick RALPH A. STOUGHTON Fryeburg I.ORRALN ' E E. STRATTON Cumberland Center WESLEY A. STRATTON Bangor RONALD R. STRIAR Bangor JAMES P. STRICKLAND Augusta SAMUEL STROCK Brookline, Mass. PAUL R. SULLIVAN Biddeford ROBERT E. SULLIVAN Silver Spring, Md. ROBERT A. SYLVAIN Saco DA.MEL E. SYLVESTER Saco -MAURICE A. SYLVESTER Bangor RICHARD W. TAINTER Auburn JOHN D. TALBOT Bangor CARROLL E. TAYLOR Auburn LOUISE E. TAYLOR Westfield PHYLLIS E. TEBBETS Locke Mills ROBERT S. TEMPLE Woburn, Mass. LEO B. THERIAULT Millinocket ERNEST R. THERRIEN Sanford ROBERT F. THIBEAULT Saco ALBERT H. THOMAS Lincoln EARL P. THOMAS Skowhegan PRISCILLA J. THOMAS Wilton ROBERT T. THOMAS Portland BARBARA A. THOMPSON Lee BERNARD C. THOMPSON Limestone BEATRICE E. THORNTON Portland WILLIAM T. THURLOW Fryeburg WILBUR E. TIBBETTS Bangor JOSEPH B. TILLEM Brooklyn, N. Y. ALFRED H. TTNNEY Phoenixville, Penna. ROBERT P. TITCOMB Houlton ELEANOR E. TORREY Bangor BEATRICE E. TOWNE Dover- Foxcroft TRESSA P. TOWNSEND Patten ORMAN A. TOZIER Solon JOHN B. F. TRACEY Millinocket HARRY T. TREWORGY Milo EARL W. TRIBOU Gloucester, Mass. ELIZABETH A. TUFTS Auburn PAUL D. TURNER Maiden, Mass. RICHARD M. TURNER Waterville OR.MAN G. TWITCHELL Bangor JOSEPH A. TYLER West Lubec STANLEY W. TYLER East Orange, N. J. JOSEPH R. OZMANN Bangor ERLAND A. VAN ECK Auburn 157 CLASS OF l»4» ROCK BOUND LOOK AT THE MUSCLES CLAVTOX K. VAN TASSEL Ellsworth VILLL M E. VAN VOORHIS Saugcrties, N. Y. GEORGE A. VARDAMIS Bangor HARRY A. VARDAMIS Bangor KEXXETH F. VENNETT Bath JOANXE VERMETTE Orono WALTER T. VERRILL " ayne .TOAX E. VIOLETTE Cooperstown, N. Y. EDWARD G. WADSWORTH Eastport EDWLN " S. WALDEN Greenville JOHX S. WALKER Agawani, Mass. RALPH W. WALKER Presqiie Isle WILLIAM C. WALKER J ' ucksport ELDRIDGK P. WALLACE Oakland ERXA M. WALLACE Rath KATHARIXE P. WALTERS Readfield KVELYX M. WALTZ PassaUmnkeag LORRAINE V. WARD Thorndike ROBERT E. WARREN Dorchester, Mass, WILLIAM L. WARREN Bangor WILLIAM B. WASHBURN Auftusta ROBERT D. WATERMAN Sabattus JOHN R. WEATHERBEE Hampden Highlands EDWIN W. WEBBER Auburn MADELYN M. WEBBER Augusta ROBERT P. WEBBER Hallowell WILLIAM R. WEBSTER Eliot ESTELLE WEEKS Portland MILTON D. WEEKS Farmington JOHN C. WELCH East Millinocket WILLIAM A. WELLS I ' ortland DONNA A. WELTS Guilford JOHN W. WENTWORTH Orono RUTH F. WENTWORTH Orono GUY R. WESCOTT Southbridge, Mass. ARTHUR WESTON Casco WILLIAM N. WESTON Madison ROBERT K. WHALEN Dexter SHIRLEY A. WHALEN Augusta CARL R. WHEATON Bar Harbor FREDERICK A. WHEELER St. Stephen, N. B., Canada MILLARD WHITAKER Gouldsboro DONALD S. WHITE Bangor ELMER E. WHITE Brewer JOSEPH S. WHITE Peaks Island LEON M. WHITE Bangor SHELTON S. WHITE Liverniore Falls NORMAN I. WHITING Milton, Mass. LESTER F. WHITNEY Hampden Highlands PHYLLIS W. WHITNEY Oxford ROBERT L. WHITNEY Cambridge 158 CLASS OF 1949 CLIFTON I.. WIIITTEN Sedgwick LKONARI) n. WHITTIER PassadiirnkeaK WILLIAM K. WIGGIN IJelinoiit. Mass. WKSLEY L, WIGHT Bradley ROLAND L. WIGLEY Pennington, N. J. HERNARD A. WILBUR Bangor CONSTAN ' CE R. WILBUR Portland LYNN B. WILKES Newton Centre, Mass. CHARLES W. WILLIAMS Surry ROGER L. WILLIAMS Auburn DOUGLAS J. WILLIAMSON Medford. Mass. HARRIET F. WILLIAMSON Stillwater RICHARD F. WILLIS Starks JAN WILLOCH Bustum, Norway KEITH H. WILSON Sanford RUSSELL L. WILSON Bangor ALBERT IL WIXCHELL Bangor CARLTON P. WING Flagstaff ROBERT D. WINSHIP Clinton, Mass. CIFFORD M. WINTER Marlilehead, Mass. STUART E. WITHERS Solon CHARLES W. WOOD Iloulton ROBERT F. WOOD Bangor WENDELL L. WOOD Houlton EDWARD F. WOODBREY Sebago Lake WALLACE L. WOODCOCK Bangor HARRY WOODHEAD Springvale ROBERT M. WOODSIDE Patten PATRICIA L. WOODWARD Beverly, Mass. JACK T. WOODWORTH Lawrence, Mass. COLENE E. WRIGHT Limestone LINWOOD F. WRIGHT Stratton GEORGE R. WYMAN Portland OSCAR L. WYMAN Orono LESTER H. YOFFE Chelsea, Mass. STANLEY YONKAUSKI East Millinocket BEATRICE YOUNG Portland JAMES B. YOUNG Rumford HONG G. YUEN Lewiston MARY L. ZELENKEWICH North ' assalboro DAVID M. ZIMMERMAN Presque Isle WALTER J. ZINCHUK South Windham JOHN P. ZOLLO, JR. Danvers, Mass. KENNETH F. ZWICKER Milo SOMK.TIME.S it ' s SIJMMI K COME AND (.11 11 159 PAT ROZZI, DICK I ' REBI.K, RUTH HOLLAND, BOB HEALS Freshman Class enrollment this year has reached a new peak, totaling seven- teen hundred and fifty plus. This number includes nearly eight hundred frosh situated at the Brunswick annex. Orono freshmen include many students that had attended the University prior to entering the service. Also some who entered during the last summer session, and the spring registration cnrollecs. As conditions beyond the control of the Owls and Eagles prevented the tra- ditional freshman hat and necktie coming back to the campus, the Frosh this year were identified by white arm bands. It was this year also that saw the jirogram of freshman rules reestablished. 160 CLASS UF I93U Returned Freshmen GEORGE D. AlKEiV Brewer J, WALTER ALLEN Bangor BRADFORD V. AMES Rockland DAVID O. ANDERTOX Melrose, Mass. GUY L. BACON, J R. Melrose, Mass. RUSSELL H. BAKER Attleboro, Mass. ALFRED G. BARRY, JR. Freeport, L. I„ N. Y. RICHARD F. BATE Livermore Falls EDWARD C. BELCHER Bucksport WALTER S. BENZIE Stillwater BRUCE L BERTELSEN Portland HARRY F. BETHARDS South Brewer ELMER R. BIGGERS, JR. Thomaston ARTHUR A. BLACK, JR. Portland LLOYD V. BLETHEN Dover- Foxcroft CHARLES E. BLINN Bangor PAUL E. BOLDUC Lewiston WESTON L. BONNEY Turner EVERETT F. BOWIE Augusta ALBERT R. BOYNTON North Whitefield WILBl ' R H. BRALEY Bangor FREDERICK L. BRANSCOMBE Portland GERALD B. BREWSTER Dexter PHILIP L. BROWN Lee RICHARD W. BUBIER Auburn WALTER R. BUCKLEY Gouldsboro HENRY S. BUDDEN Greenville SHIRLEY M. BUGBEE Dexter THOMAS G. BURDIN, JR. Turner VERNE A. BYERS Houlton DONALD L. J. CARD Auburn LORADO C. CARTER Surry GEORGE L. CASEY Orono LEIGHTON S. CHENEY Portland WILLIAM R. CHESLEY Wethersfield, Conn. DANA W. CHILDS Portland CLAIR L. CIANCHETTE Pittsfield JOSEPH R. CIANCHETTE, JR. Pittsfield ENO A. CIMILUCA Plandome, N. Y. ROBERT V. CLARK Fort Kent WILLIAM J. CLISHAM Bangor EARL E. COATES Thomaston (JARETH W. COFFIN North Berwick JOHN K. COLLINS Reading, Mass. HERBERT J. CONNELL Cape Elizabeth EDWARD J. COOKSON Biddeford DOUGLAS K. COOPER Rockland EDWIN A. CORMIER Bangor JOHN R. COSSEBOOM Brewer KENNETH S. COSSEBOOM, JR. Bangor JAMES E. COUGHLIN Bangor KENNETH G. CRABTREE, JR. Orono HAROLD F. CRANDALL Caribou LORENZO CREAMER Sorrento BRISTOL B. CROCKER Foxboro, Mass. PETER N. CROCKETT West Roxbury, Mass. GLENDON A. CROSWELL Farmington Falls MURRY K. CUNNINGHAM Milford MERVIN W. CURTIS Ridlonville LEON C. GUSHING Freeport ROBERT L. CYR Biddeford JOSEPH W. DALE Portland MAY I CUT LN.-— VK 1.1). PL.VYMAIES 161 CL IS8 IIF 1950 WILLIAM F. DALEY liangor DANA W. DAVIS Scituate, Mass. HERBERT R. DAVIS Mt. Vernon STANLEY E. DAVIS Bethel JAMES E. DEMETRIOU Portland JOHN J. DESROCHES Mexico HENRY L. DeWILDT Kittery JAMES W. DOLAN Bangor JOHN F. DOW Belfast ROBERT B. DOW, JR. Norway ROBERT L. DREW Plymouth, Mass. RALPH M. DUNBAR Ellsworth ROBERT R. DUNCAN, JR. Cambridge, Mass. PAUL V. DUNN Belgrade DONALD E. EAMES Skowhegan ARTHUR J. ELIAN Mexico, D. F., Mexico ROBERT H. ELLIOTT Old Town CHARLES E. ELLIS Watertown, Mass. MORTON ETTXNGER Chelsea, Mass. LELAND N. FISK Portland JOHN E. FLYNN Norway ALFRED H. FORTIER Augusta FREDERICK A. FORTIER Islesford RICHARD B. FRENCH North Anson REID T. FUHRMANN Lexington, Mass. RAYMOND E. GARDNER, JR. Dudley, Mass. ARTHUR L. GEARY Lewiston ROBERT S. GILCHRIST Bath WILFRED H. GILLESPIE Fort Fairfield CHARLES B. OILMAN, JR. Waterville SIDNEY G. OILMAN Waterville RICHARD H. GODFREY Old Town LESLIE C. GOING North Kennehunkport SUMNER GORDON Portland JOHN E. GREENLAW Norway RAYMOND R. GREENLEAF West Boothbay Harbor THEODORE G. GRIDLEY Montclair, N. J. FREDERICK H. HALE Akron, Ohio DAVID M. HAMLIN Milo JOSEPH R. HAMMOND Bangor ROBERT D. HANNIGAN Auburn DONALD H. HATHORN, JR. Bangor PAUL S. HATT Brewer RALPH H. HAZ ELTON East Peru CLAYTON E. HEATH Norway WINFRED F. HIBBARD, JR. Rridgton NATHAN HICKS Melrose. Mass. GERALD W. HILTON Waldoboro EDMUND W. HOCTOR Old Orchard Beach ROBERT E. HOG AN Bangor EDWARD W. HOWARD Bangor HAROLD G. HOWARD Auburn WILLIAM N. HOWARD Bath ORREN R. HURD Fayette J. BERKLEY HUTCHINS North New Portland ATHILL W. IRVINE Fort Fairfield CHARLES H. JACK, JR. Nutley, N. J. DANA H. JACOBS West Baldwin WILLIAM P. JINKS Bangor CLAYTON E. JOHNSON Bangor RICHARD JOHNSTON Clinton FRED W. JONES Sanford LLOYD A. KARKOS Lisbon Falls SHARP, BOY, MIGHTY SHARP GO ON, HIT ME 162 CLASS (IF l»3n Where ' s smoe ? FROSH WEEK JOHN H. KATSIKAS Augusta FORREST L. KEMP Auburn GILBERT C. KERSHAW Sanford EARL J. KIELY Saco BRUCE W. KING Danvers, Mass. JOSEPH M. KLENK Meriden, Conn. PAUL A. KLINE Bangor FRANZ A. KNEIDL Bangor CARLISLE E. LANGLEY Auburn ANTON W. LARSON Dexter ERNEST L. LARSON Yarmouth FRANK A. LAWRENCE. North Lubec RICHARD G. LAWSON Franiinghain, Mass. WALTER J. LeBEL, JR. Westbrook GILBERT C. LeCLAIR Bethel CHARLES LEIGHTON Edgartown, Mass. PARKER F. LEONARD Brewer GORDON R. LIBBY Auburn ROBERT A. LINCOLN Brunswick EDWARD E. LOVEJOY Bangor JOHN w. McCarthy Bangor JR. JR. HOWARD R. McCartney Bangor VAUGHN H. MacDONALD Great Works CARLTON D. McGARY Farniington BRUCE W. McGHEE Belmont, Mass. HAROLD N. McINTOSH Orono JAMES A. McMAHAN Belfast ROBERT P. McREAVEY Jonesport HAROLD D. MARDEN Albion RICHARD H. MARSTON East Waterford ROBERT E. MARSTON Auburn CHARLES L. MASON Augusta ROBERT M. MELTZER Lewiston EDGAR J. MERRILL Old Town JOHN P. MERRILL Skowhegan PHILLIP MOLLICONE, JR. Livermore Falls AUGUSTUS D. MOODY Old Town ROGER B. MOOERS Wells ELBERT G. MOULTON, JR. Brooks EARLON I. MULLEN Bangor ROBERT W. MUTTY Bangor RICHARD C. NELSON South Weymouth, Mass. DAVID T. NEWTON Auburn J. P. NIXON Orono ALBERT E. NOYES Orono GARETH H. NOYES Houlton CHARLES F. O ' CONNELL Orono ROBERT I. OLMSTED Charleston JOSEPH B. OPPENHEIM Bangor JOSEPH A. OSSOFF Peabody, Mass. LOUIS O. OUELETTE Biddeford ALESSANDRO D. PANARESE Portland DAVID B. PARKHURST Pittsfield JOHN J. PESCH Bangor HERBERT F. PETERSON Vinalhaven HERMAN W. PETERSON Old Town DAVID R. PIERCE Swansea, Mass. ALMOND S. PIERPONT Thomaston ANGELO L. POLITO Portland BERNARD C. RAMSDELL Miami, Fla. OLIVER M. RANDALL Auburn FURBER S. ROBERTS Belfast DUNCAN M. ROBINSON Bangor 163 CLASS (IF lyso SUNDAY STROLL HAREM WILLIS M. ROBINSON Orr ' s Island FERDINAND R. ROMANO Portland ARTHUR M. SADLER Brewer RICHARD M. SAWYER Ellsworth WILLIAM F. SAWYER Milbridge JOHN F. SCAMMAN Strong HENRY G. SCAMMON Auburn LEWIS C. SCHLOTTERBACK Wakefield, Mass. LLOYD P. SHAPLEIGH, JR. Bangor JAMES M. SHEPARD Alford, Mass. WESLEY R. SHERWOOD Newton Centre, Mass, JOHN W. SIMMONS Sargentville LEONARD W. SMITH Bangor MORRIS J. SMITH Portland PAUL E. SMITH Dixmont ROBERT E. SMITH Bangor ELDREDGE E. SPARROW South Orleans, Mass. ROBERT S. SPEAR Cape Elizabeth RONALD T. SPEERS Biddeford RICHARD A. STANDLEY Portland JOHN L. STANLEY Indian Orchard, Mass. BARRY E. STEELE Bangor KENNETH F. STETSON Winthrop JOHN H. STIMPSON Cape Cottage EDWARD F. SULLIVAN, JR. Scarboro JOSEPH E, SULLIVAN South Brewer HERMAN S. SWARTZ Roxbury, Mass. RICHARD C. TARDIFF Fairfield NORMAN S. THOMAS, JR. Lewiston ROBERT D. THRESHER Saylesville, R. I. ELWIN W. THURLOW Auburn SAMUEL H. TIMBERLAKE Turner ROBERT G. TRAHAN Waterville STANFORD I. TRASK Dryden GREGORY C. TREMBLEY Veazie ROBERT B. TRIMBLE Lynn, Mass. THOMAS W. TRUST Bangor ROBERT W. VARNEY Waterville MAYNARD WADDINGTON Rumford RALPH H. WARD, JR. Quincy, Mass. WILLIAM A. WESTWATER Rumford, R. I. OSCAR S. WHALEN Eastport BRUCE H. WHEELER Bangor WILLIAM WHITING, JR. Holyoke, Mass. RICHARD B. WHITNEY Thomaston DAVID G. WILLEY South Portland STANTON R. WINSLOW Hartford, Conn. FRED W. WOOD North Berwick RICHARD A. WORTHEN Augusta HENRY G. WYMAN Brewer SAMUEL P. ZIMMERMAN Presque Isle l ew Freshmen CONSTANCE J. ADAMS Brunswick JAMES C. ADAMS, JR. Hingham, Mass. MARVIN C. ADAMS Orono RICHARD S. ADAMS Auburn KENNETH J. ALBERT Brewer DAVID C. ALLEN Lewiston LUTHER N. AMOS, JR. Harrisburg, Pa. DONALD D. ANDERSON Livermore Falls ALBERT L, ANDREWS North Fryeburg FREDERIC P. ANDREWS Bath 164 CLASS IIF l9o() liKTTV JEAX S. ARNOLD Hucksport UEVKRLY A. ARTUS Milo JOHN P. ASCHER New Harbor DALE E, ASTBURY Blue Hill EARL B. AUSTIN, JR. Auburn I ' ll ILL IP R. AUSTIN Milford JOHN BACIIE WIIG, JR. . ugusta SALLY BADGER Wilton CALVIN A. BAILEY Gardiner FRANCIS W. BAILEY Liverniore Falls RODERICK K. BAILEY Clinton LESLIE W. BANKS, JR. Old Town DONALD M. BARNES Belfast GEORGE W. BARNES Brunswick CHARLES R. BARR Fairfield JEANNE M. BARRY Belmont, Mass. MALCOLM J. BARTLETT Ashland SANFORD BARTLETT Daniariscotta Mills RICHARD L. BARTON Westbrook MARGARET A. BATSON Addison HENRY L. BAULCII Houlton BEATRICE J. BEAL Woolwich ni.AINE L. BEAL Garden City, L. I., N. Y. ROBERT L. BEALS Skowhegan FRANCIS H. BEAN Bryant Pond .MARISE D. BELL Bangor FREDERICK W. BELYEA Caribou STANLEY G. BEMIS Dexter BERNARD J. BENN Houlton JOHN R. BENNETT Collingswood, N. J. ROBERT W. BENSON F ryeburg HOWARD BERG Bangor ROBERT L. BERNSTEIN Bangor HAROLD E. BERRY Houlton THEODORE D. BERRY Livermore Falls NANCY BEVERAGE Silver Springs, Md. HARRY E. BICKFORD, JR. Augusta ELWOOD B. BIGELOW, JR. Portland GERALD G. BILODEAU Waterville GILBERT C. BIRD Belfast LEONARD L. BISHOP, JR. South Portland ROGER F. BLAKE Brownfield ELAINE P. BLANCIIARD Presque Isle RICHARD A. BLEAKNEY Needham, Mass, RUTH L. BLENKHORN Bangor IRVING G. BLOCK Portland WILLIAM E. BODWELL Portland GILBERT A. BOGGS Warren JESSE P. BOGUE, JR. Washington, D . C. DANNA L. BOONE Caribou ROBERT C. BOSTON Wells TRUMAN E. BOUTAR Portland FREDERICK M. BOUTILIEK Houlton THAYER P. BOWDEN Orono LEONARD W. BOWLES Machias GEORGE H. BOYD Cornish MARILYN J. BOYER Kittery Point GLORIA N. BRANGWYNNE Bradley JEAN L. BREWER Linnekin EDWARD F. BRIDGES Mars Hill EDWARD L. BRIDGES Hampden Highlands DONALD C. BRIGGS Auburn RICHARD O. BRIGGS Bucksport MAN POWER SCHOOL DAV.S ARK HAPPY DAY.S 165 eiAss (IF lysu ROBERT H. BRIGGS Augusta DONALD L. BRISSETTE Old Town FREDERICK O. BRITTAIN South Bristol FRANCES M. BROCHU South Brewer DONALD E. BROOKS Bethel TAUNO O. BROOKS Rockland CHARLES H. BROOMHALL Rumford GEORGE P. BROUNTAS Bangor HENRY W. BROWN Bar Harbor JAMES L. BROWN Houlton LEON F. BROWN Augusta MARION B. BROWN Grand Lake Stream NORMAN D. BROWN Bangor ROBERT F. BROWN, JR. Bangor VINAL G. BROWN Grand Lake Stream JEAN E. BRYANT Portland EARL T. BUCHANAN Old Town CHARLES W. BUCK Norway ELEANOR R. BUCK Norway HOLLIE A, BUCKLIN, JR. South Portland ROBERT E. BUNKER West Medford, Mass. ANN BURBANK Cliffside Park, N. J. EVA M. BURGESS Union JEAN L. BURNELL Cumberland Center PHILIP R. BURNS Woolwich BARBARA J. BURROWES Bangor JOANN A. BURTON Gorham DOROTHEA BUTLER ' erona, N. J. DAVID P. BYERS Vonkers, N. Y. JOAN P. BYRON Bangor CHARLES F. CARLISLE Bangor GLADYS C. CARR Buffalo, N. Y. CECIL C. CAYFORD Waterville CHARLES A. CHADWICK Calais FRANKLIN K. CHAPMAN, JR. Old Town EDWARD E. CHASE Cape Elizabeth KENNETH A. CHATTO Rockland ERNEST L. CHURCH Gardiner GLENN E. CHUTE Harrison ROBERT M. CHUTE Naples KATHRYN R. CILLEY Bangor EDWARD H. CLANCY Orono ROBERT D. CLANCY Orono JOSEPH E. CLAPPISON Saco SAMUEL CLARK, 3rd Oakland STEPHEN S. CLARK W ' interport ORA W. CLARKE Old Town PATRICIA J. CLEMENT Portland PAULINE M. CLEMENT Bangor HEBER H. CLEVELAND. 2 Portland EARLE R, CLIFFORD, JR. South Paris LOIS M. COFFIN Bangor GERALD COHEN Chelsea, Mass. LEE A. COLBATH Howland JUDITH COLE Kennebunk SHERMAN L. COLE West Paris GEORGE E. COLEMAN South Weymouth, Mass. CAROLINE N. COLWELL Hancock NEAL P. COMEAU Bangor ALLISON J. COMSTOCK Millinocket JOHN T. CONLEY, JR. Cape Elizabeth JOHN H. CONROY Bangor CHARLES T. COOK Searsport NEATH THE .SPREADING CHESTNUT RELAXATION 166 CLASS IIF l»30 PARKING MOUNTAIN CLIMBING JOSKPH P. CORBIX Toledo, Ohio PETER M, COSTELLO, JR. South I ' ortland PHILIP A. COULOMBE Augusta LEOX A. COUSINS East Millinocket JANE T. COW EN Lewiston JAMES V. COYNE, JR. Bangor JOIIX M. COYNE, JR. Bangor DONALD r.. CRABB Augusta CARLA J. CROOKER Westbrook JOHN R. CROOKER, JR. Bucksport ELTON M. CROSSLAND Orono HELEN M. CUMMING Houiton WILLIAM A. CUNION Lewiston LcFORREST G. CUNNINGHAM Brunswick ROBERT L. CUNNINGHAM Marhlehead, Mass. JOHN W. CURRAN Orono EBEN G. CURRIE Houiton JAMES A. CURRIE Waldoboro VIVIAN L. CURRIE New .-Vuburn ARTHUR H. CURTIS Franklin CHARLES E. CURTIS Kingfield PAULINE S. CURTIS Topsham IRVING L. CUSHMAN Bryant Pond ALAN W. CUTHBERTSON Melrose, Mass. DAVID L. CUTLER Old Town SYLVIO CYR Fort Kent ROBERT E. DAGDIGIAN Reading, Mass. ROBERT V. DAMON Ayers SYLVIA M. DARTNELL Brewer JAMES E. DAVEE Tenafly, N. J. DONALD E. DAVIS Guilford DONALD H. DAVIS Guilford MARY E. DAVIS Brownville FREDERICK C. DEAN Putney, Vt. FRANCIS T. DECOTEAU Saco TOMA E. DECROW Brooks JOHN W. DENISON Harrison JEAN DENNISON Bath STUART E. DeROCHE Lincoln JOSEPH F. DESJARDINS Orono DAVID E. DEXTER Lewiston WALLACE F. DILL Kennebunkport ARLENE A. DOANE Passadumkeag MILES E. DODGE Belfast MARIETA C. DOESCHER Houiton NORMAN F. DOIRON Chisholm VIRGINIA H. DOLAN Old Town ELIZABETH A. DOLE South Brewer JAMES E. DORAN Bangor WILLIAM L. DOUGHERTY Brewer WILLIAM R. DOUGLASS Bangor HOWARD L. DOW Portland RUSSELL E. DOW Dover- Foxcroft MARYJANE E. DOYLE Woodland CONSTANCE E. DREW Brewer IRVING E. DREW Swowhegan WILLIAM H. DRISKO Bangor ROBERT A. DUBAY Old Town " DAVID B. DUNN Houiton GEORGE C. FAMES Bangor NOBLE C EARL III South Thomaston DAVID E. E.-VTON Bar Mills PRISCILLA J. EDDY Camden 167 CLASS IIP 1950 THE EGG AND I WALTER E. ELA North Anson WARREN D. ELDRIDGE Dover-Foxcroft PAUL N. ELLIS Rangeley RICHARD M. ELLIS Fairfield HARRIET M. ELWELL Brooks JOSEPH W. EMERSON South Warren NEWELL W. EMERY, JR. Orono PHILIP W. ESTABROOK Bangor DONALD E. EUGLEY North Waldoboro EUGENE L. FARRAR East Sumner RICHARD E. FARRELL Hainpden GERARD A. FAUCHER Lewiston DONN C. FENDLER Newport WILLIAM L. FINDLEN Fort Fairfield RAYMOND K. FINLEY Skowhegan JAMES H. FIRMIN Eastport GLORIA S. FISHER Orono JOHN G. FISHER Wellesley, Mass. ALFRED D. FLAGG New Sharon RITA F. FLYNN Norway PATRICIA E. FOGAinV Mexico JOHN P. FOGLER Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. MARTHA FOGLER Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y, HELEN E. FOLSOM Orono FRANK W. FOSS Portland JOYCE A. FOSS Farmington RICHARD S. FOSTER Portland ALBERT L. FOURNIER Watertown, Mass. KOUERT C. FOURNIER Livermore Falls KEITH H. FOWLES LaGrange ESTHER FREESE Bangor JACQUELINE FRENCH Portland HETTY FRIEDLER Lewiston HELEN E. FRIEND Skowhegan ALEXANDER L. FRISBIE I ortlan(I RICHARD E. FULLER Albion JOAN GALl.O Millinocket DONALD M. GALLUPE Bangor liLYNN P. GAI.USHA Clinton JUNE GAMMON East Sumner ROBERT L. GARDNER Cape Elizabeth ROBERT W. GATCOMBE Owls Head HAROLD L. GETCHELL South Brewer JEAN C. GIBERSON Caribou DALE B. GIFFORD Bangor HAROLD B. GILBERT Auburn ROBERT A. GIVEN Topsham WILLIAM T. GLEASON South L nion CHARLES W. GODDARD East Millinocket RICHARD J. GOFF Cumberland Mills PRISCILLA GOGGIN Bethel CARL P. GOLDAMMER Old Town EDWARD B. GOLDBERG Waterville ARNOLD G. GOLDING Danforth GEORGE J. GONVAR Orono CLAYTON E. GOODELL Bangor JOHN E. GORMELY Brewer BERNARD N. GOTLIB Bangor ANNE B. GOULD Old Town ROY L. GOVE Auburn JOHN A. GRAFFAM Gardiner CLYDE P. GRANT Portland KENNETH H. C.R.W Bangor 168 IT IHH (IF liloU klCUARl) II, GREEN Spencer, Mass. MAKY I.. C ' .RKKNLAW Presque Isle KSTHEK 1.. CRKEN ' LIICr Monmouth ALISON T. GRKGG Skowhegan DAVID K. GRIFFIN Livermorc Falls ROLAND H. GODER Orono GEORGE W. GROSS, JR. Stoningtoii RAYMOND E. GROSS Camden EDWIN R. GOVE, JR. West Orange, N. J. WALLACE S. GROVES Freeport IRVING E. GRUNES Portland LEO J. GUIMOND Madawaska VEKNA GUIMOND Miliinocket EDWARD T. BACKER Portland DAVID F. HALE Lisbon Falls LOUISE HAMLIN Mile KLMER R. HAMMONS South Brewer DOROTHY E. HANSEN . uburn RFCHAKD C. HANSON liangor SKLDON H. HARLOW Sinithfield KENNETH E. HARMON Newton, Mass. DONALD W. HARRIMAN Bangor PAULINE L. HARRIMAN Berwick EDWARD J. HARRIS South Orrington .TAMES W. HARRIS Old Town EUGENE P. HART Augusta FIALVER A. HART South Hope JOAN E. HARVEY Brockton, Mass. RONALD M. HARWOOl ' Augusta JOHN W. HATCH Bangor FRANCIS B. HAWKES Segregansett, Mass. JOHN F, HAWKINS Bangor RICHARD J. HAYES Lewiston EDITH C. HAYFORD Portland CLYDE A. HAYWARD Orono KATHLEEN M. HEALP Camden VIRGINIA A. HEALY Lubec CHARLES A. HELFEN Woodland THEODORE L. HERRICK Charleston FRANK HESDORFER, JR. Pittsfield ERNEST R. HESS, JR. Ellsworth DAVID B. HICKS Portland DONALD S. HIGGINS, JR. Bangor FRANK T. HIGGINS, JR. Machias .STANLEY M. HILCHEY, JR. Old Town CARL D. HILL Waterboro GEORGE C. HILTON, JR. Bridgton JANE E. HINCKLEY Bangor BARBARA L. HOAR Grand Lake Stream RUTH HOLLAND Washington, D. C. JAMES W. HOLMBOM Monson HAROLD H. HOPKINSON. JR. Fort Fairfield JOHN S. HOSKIN Houlton LING HOU Kirin, Manchuria, China EDWARD G. HOUGH Portland SHIRLEY M. HUGHES Westbrook HERBERT J. HURME Rockland EMILY L. HUSE Newport MARILYN F. HUSE Newport NORMAN C. HUSSEY Old Town RICHARD L. HUSSEY Old Town GLENNA D. HUTCHINS Orono HERBERT I. SHEPARD, JR. Orono OAK HALL (W.AMOl ' R I.OVL HIM 169 riASH OF 1950 I.I.O D A. IKKI.A.VD Kichniond liKADLEV K. IRISH Dimlorth F.LIZABETH K. IRISH Portland SHIRI.EV M. JACKSON Auliilrii KOIiEKT L. JALBERT Fort Kent JAMES L. JAMESON Hangor HOWARD I.. JENKINS, JR. Methxieii. Mass. KOItERT H. JEWELL Caribou DAVID F. JOHNSON ' est Scarboro K " ERETT F. JOHX.SON Fortlanil r. l-LlNE L. JOHNSON Bangor SHIRLEY D. JOHNSON Portland WILLIAM R. JOHNSON Coopers Mills THORNTON E, JOHNSON Milford DONALD D. JONES Bangor EDNA M. JONES Norway MARGUERITE JONES Norway MARILYN E. JONES Stamford. Conn. ROBERT E. JONES Bangor RONALD A. JONES Lanioine SAMUEL F,. JONES, JR. Brooklyn, N. Y. BEVERLY JORDAN Cape Elizabeth ALLAN F. JOSE Milo .M. RY J. JUDKINS North Anson STANLEY W. JUDKINS Bethel THEODORE R. JULIA Fairfield LAWRENCE J. KANGAS Tboniaston LORRAINE J. KARAM Bangor CAROLYN F. KAY Portland AUGUSTA T. KEITH Old Town MARION B. KEITH Bangor JEANNE E. KELLEY Joncsport DONALD R, KELLY Waterville WILLIAM E. KELLY Lincoln CHARLES W. KELSON, JR. Westbrook MURIEL B. KENDERDINE Liverniore Falls ALICE V. KENNEDY Bucksport CHESTER N. KENNEDY Bangor DONALD O. KENNEDY Liverniore Falls WILLIAM B. KENNISON Augusta RAYMOND F. KEOUGH Portland GORDON K. KERSHAW Sanford JOHN L, KETNER Northport JUNE M. KILBY Dcnnysville ROBERT C. KILPATRICK Caribou RICHARD KIMBALL Melrose, Mass. DONALD J. KING Bangor HAROLD E. KNIGHT Woodland JOHN L, KNIGHT Rockland BARBARA A. LaBOXTY Fort Kent CARLETON R. I.aCASCE Fryeburg PETER A. LACASSE Bangor BETTY J, LADD Aiignsta HARRY J. LAIHO Warren ELLIOT E. LAMB .South China MARTHA S. K. LAMB Weeks Mills JOHN M. LANE, JR. Dexter LOUIS J. LANE Mattapan, Mass. LAWRENCE L. LANGLAIS Old Town WALTER G. LaPOlNTE Orrington MARCEL E. LATOUCHE I-isbon CORA B. LAVERTY Westbrook SHIRLEY E, I.AWLKR I ' ittsfield CHEF..SE CAKE MORE OF SAME 170 CLASS IIF l»5n STUDENT RALPH M, LEACH Bangor JOSKPH W. LEARY West Newbury, Mass. ALFRED G. LEAVITT Old Town EARLE M. LEAVITT Gorhani ARTHUR L. LeIlRUN }{angor RALPH L. LEir.HTON Auburndale, Mass. CHARLOTTE M. LENENTINE Monticello EDWARD W. LENT Island Falls MARY E. LERMOND Bath RAYMOND T. LEVEILLE Orono RICHARD R. LEVEILLE Bangor DONALD R. LEWIS Portland JOSEPH A. I.IBBEY Bangor DOUGLAS F. LIBBY, JR. Camden JAMES P. LIBBY Bangor JOANNE LIBBY Bar Harbor KATHERINE L. LIBBY Camden PHILLIP M. LIBBY Brewer WILLIAM A. LINTON Summit, N. J. ELIZABETH F. LITClll ' lELD Ellsworth LOUISE I. LITCHFIELD Cape EIiza!)eth HAROLD W. LITTI.EFIELD Bangor THEODORE R. LITTLEFIELD Brewer VIRGINIA C. LITTLEFIELD Brewer ELAINE A. I.OCKHART Belmont, Mass. KRN ' A J. LOMBARD Meddybemps OMAR J. LOMBARD Guilford DONNA M. LONDON Sherman Station CLIFTON R. LOOK, JR. Addison RAMONA L. LOPEZ Portland DOROTHY O. LORD Orono JACK I. LORD Ban gor PRISCILLA L. LORD Ellsworth ROBERT C. LOTHROP Wilton PHILIP 11. LOWELL Westbrook VAUGHN A. LOWELL, JR. Lee .STEPHKN J. LUCAS York Harbor HARLAN V. LUCE Rcadfield RACHEL E. LUCE Farmington ANNA H. LURVEY South Brewer PAUL R. LYNCH Caribou BERYL A. LYON Lee IAN c. McAllister Center Lovell willard s. McAllister, ik. Milford JANET E, McALOON Bangor TERRANCE C. McALOON Bangor FRANCES M. McCARTIlY Lewiston D.WID McCLURE Bangor JOHN M. McCULLUM Augusta EDWARD J. McDERMOTT Fairhaven, Mass. ELSIE M. MacDONALD Milford KENNETH E. McDONALD South Windham ROBERT H. McDONALD Portland WILLIAM P. MacDONALD Vassalboro CLARENCE J. McELMAX Lexington, Mass. DAVID E. McGEE Hancock JANE E. McGLAUFLIN liangor JOHN P. McGONIGLE, JR. South Portland THOMAS W. McKAY Camden JOHN II. McKEEN, JR. West Paris RALPH II. McKUSICK East Corinth JOHN W. .MacLAUCHLAN Deiinysville OLiN F. McLaughlin Island Falls 171 eiAHS iiF i»sn DEMURE RERXARD D. 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OSGOOD Uangor WILLIAM K. OTTMANN Augusta REGINALD K. PAGE Bangor CHANDLER B, PAINE Bar Harbor E ' LEETWOOD W. PALMER Smyrna Mills OSMOND F. PALMER Rockland PAUL J. PALMER Bangor ANTONIOS PANADOPOULOS Athens, Greece LESTER E. PARKHURST, JR. Pittsfield EDWARD L. PARKMAN Dexter NORMAN H. PARROTT South Portland JERRY G. PARTRIDGE Norway PAUL M. PAYSON Westbrook RICHARD S. PEABODY West Newton, Mass. BEVERLY L, PEARSON Hartford, Conn. FRANCIS J. PELLETLER Milford ELIZABETH F. PENNELL Topsham ROGER S. PENNEY Bradley FRANK E. PERKINS Wareham, Mass. HERBERT W. PERKINS Jackson Heights, L. I., N. Y. JA.MES W. PERKINS Madison MERLIN G. PERKINS Ogunquit PAUL C. PERKINS Bangor THEODORE A. PERKINS Levant STERLING J. PERROW Millinocket EDWARD B. PERRY Portland JANET J. PATTEE Hallowel! JOSEPH F. PETTERSON Bangor BLANCHE E. PHILBRICK Portland GERALD C. PICKARD Bangor FRANCIS E. PICKETT Kennebunk DEAN S. PIERCE Old Town ROGER S. PINKHAM Bath RALPH A. PISCOPO Portland CARLETON M. 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WELCH Runiford JAMES C. WENTWORTH Hope CHARLES F. WEST Gorhani, N. H. NEIL D. WEST Saco ALBERT E. WEYMOUTH, JK. Orono RICHARD J. WEYMOUTH Orono ANN WHITCOMB Silver Springs, Md. MARY N. WHITCOMB Bar Harbor PHILIP R. WHITE Reading, Mass. ROBERT A. WHITE Portland WALTER T. WHITE Hope LOIS A. WHITNEY Skowhegan WAYNE W. WHITNEY Lee BEATRICE R. WILBUR Dexter CHARLES L. WILCOX Northeast Harbor MARY R. WILCOX Northeast Harbor MARJORIE J. WILLIAMS Bangor ROGER J. WILLIAMS Mechanic Falls JOYCE I. WILSON Presque Isle ALAN F. WING North Anson SHIRLEY L. WING Waterville JOHN G. WISHART Bath JOHN G. WISHMAN Falmouth Foreside BARBARA WOOD Bangor NANCY T. WOOSTEK Bangor ALAN R. WORKS Runiford CALVIN n. WRIGHT Bath DONALD D. YORK Old Town WILLIAM E. YORK Carattmk ROBERT N. ZABE Easti)ort RICHARD E. ZAl.l.EN Auburn lyc) CLASS (IF 1930 Brunswick FrcKhnipn ERNEST F. AHHOTT Auburn KENNETH H, ABBOTT Runiford RANDOLPH S. ADAMS Lincoln DENNIS W. 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GODDARD East Harpswell miB TECH MAN AT WORK PRE-PRELIM PRELIMINARIES 181 CLASS IJF 1950 VERNON A. GOFF Hollis Center WILLIAM G. GOGGIN Randolph KUGENE A. GONYA, JR. Millinocket RICHARD R. GONYA Millinocket GUY L. GOODWIN Fort Fairfield DONALD M. GRANT Addison HAROLD E. GRANT Portland HARRISON G. GRANT Boston, Mass, DEWEY C, GRAY, JR. Gardiner GEORGE R. GRAY Westbrook JOHN W. GRAY Castine PARKER W. GRAY Bath CARLTON E. GREEN, JR. Bath DONALD E. GREEN Waterville EDMUND A. GREEN . ugusta ROBERT L. GREENLEAF Bethel DANIEL E. GRIFFIN East Machias LEONARD R. GRIMES Belmont, Mass. CONRAD A. GRONDIN Biddeford KLROY H. GROSS, JR. Belfast FRANK W. GROVER, JR. Fairfield RE.XFORD R. GROVER, JR. Ellsworth Falls FRANKLIN L. GROVES " S ' armouth ROBERT B. HAGERMAN Houlton HAROLD D. HALEY Kittery HARRY F. HALLSEY Saco PAUL HAMBLEN Gorham KENNETH H. HAMILTON Chebeague Island RICHARD N. HAMMOND Gardiner WARREN E. HAMMOND . anford HOYT P. HAMOR Bar Harbor RICHARD G. IIANEY Portland NORMAN W. HANSON Fort Fairfield ROBERT A. HANSON East Lebanon HERBERT A. HARRIMAN Wiscasset WALTER L. HARRIMAN Cape Elizabeth ALFRED L. HARRINGTON Convent Station, N. J. ABRAM W. HARRIS. Ill Manset FREDERICK G. HARVEY Sanford VICTOR S. HASKELL Deer Isle ARTHUR J. H ATCH. JR. Portlantl CHARLES S. HATCH Yarmouth HOWARD A, HAWES, JR. Brewer HOWARD T. HAWKES South Portland WILLARD M. HAWKES South Windham THOMAS W. HAYES. JR. Augusta FRANKLYN C. HAVFORD Saco JERRY G. HAYNES Ellsworth BACK TO THE BOOK.S, FELLOWS THE COMFORTS OF HOME 182 CLASS (IF 1950 RAPT AITENTION A SHORTAGE OF CHAIRS DAVID V. HAYS l (jlaiid Spring 1 ' REDERICK O. HEALD Lincolnville RICHARD E, C. HEDE Stockholm HENRY M. HEEL Soutll Windham RICHARD D. HEWES Saco THOMAS C. HKJGINS, JR. Bar Harbor CHARLES T. HIGHTOWER FU ral Park, L, I., N. Y. JOHX L. HILL Sangerville LYXWOOD P. HILL Saco TAL ' NG T. HILL X ' ienna HERXARD L. HILTON Xorridgewock HOWARD S. HODGDOX South Windham WILLIAM G. HODGKIXS III Kriinswick WIXFIELD S. HODGKINS Portlan(i KEXXETH L. HOLDEN Xorth liridgton ALTOX M. HOPKINS Augusta WILLIAM R. HOPKINS Xorth Haven CHARLES F. HOWE Portland OSCAR J. HUBBARD Ogunquit LEWIS G. HUGHES Xorth Windham RAYMOXD C. HUMES Augusta WILLIAM G. HURD Oakland WALDON F. HUSTON Portland DEANE L. HUTCHINS Kingfield ROBERT J. HYLANDER South Brooksville RAYMOXD J. INGALLS Bath RUSSELL H. IRISH Cape Elizabeth CHARLES E. JACKSON South Portland CHARLES G. JACKSON Kennehunk IVAN C. JENKINS Bath BERNARD W. JOHNSON Bailey Island ERNEST L. JOHNSON Robbinston FREDERICK R. JOHNSON South Portland ROBERT D. JOHNSON Millinocket VINCENT W. JOHNSON South Windham MERLE S. JOHNSTON Fort Fairfield ALFRED L. JONES Liberty HARRY N, JONES Auburn KENXETH JOXES Patten WILLIAM B. JORDAX, JR. Cape Cottage WILLIAM R. JORDAN Westbrook NORWOOD F. JOY Westbrook WIXFRED B. JOY, JR. Harbor MARTIX KALLINEX . Waldoboro CARL H. KALLOCK, Rockland HARRY D. KANE Brooklin PAUL E. KEENE Clinton CHESTER F. KEEXE Farmington 183 CLASS UF 1950 A SIMPLE EXPERIMENT THROUGH THE SLUSH AND SNOW PAUL F. KELLEHER Saco RICHARD C. KELLEY Melrose, Mass. VVILLARD R. KELLY Waterville RICHARD G. KELSON Westbrook CHARLES E. KENDALL Perry RAYMOND A, KENNEALLY niddeford IIEUHERT H. KENNEY South Portland NICHOLAS N. KESARIS Lewiston WILFRED M, KIMBALL Sangerville CHAXDRAKANT S. KIRLOSKAR Kirloskarvadi, India FRANK A. KITTREDGE, JR. South Portland MILTON D. KLEIN Eagle Lake OTIIO F. KNOWLES, JR. Wilton ADRIEN H. KNOWLTON Augusta DONALD E. KNOWLTON Monmouth WALTER KOZINESKI Portland RL ' SSEL N. KUEHLING .South Portland JOHN R. LAGASSEY Millinocket KENNETH L. LANCASTER . uburn JOHN H. LANE, JR. Island Falls PAUL F. LARRABEE Portland WILLIAM M. LARRABEE Augusta LESLIE W. LARSON Fort Kent KDWIN R. LAURITZEN Portland JAMES T. LAW Rumford STEPHEN J. LAW Dover-Foxcroft JOHN R. LAWRENCE Portland BERYL L, LEACH East Blue Hill JOSEPH R. LeBLANC Sheridan VINCENT J. P. LeBLANC Lewiston JOSEPH B. L. LECLERC Sanford PAUL A. LEES East Liverinore Falls ROBERT V. LEGERE Sanford ROBERT S. LEIGHTON Portland ROBERT I. LENT Patten CLARENCE LEONARD, JR. Union JOSEPH D. LEONARD Brunswick JAMES L. LEOTSAKOS Lewiston ROBERT N. LePAGE Lewiston ILON J. LESNIEWSKI Portland GROSVENOR H. LeTARTE Fort Fairfield JOSEPH M. A. LEVESQUE Lewiston EMILIEN J. L ' HEUREAUX Si)riiigvale RODOLPHE D. L ' HEUREUX Sanford CHARLES C. LIBBY Rockland EDWARD F. LIBBY Portland JA.MES N. LIBBV South Portland ROSCOE W. LIBBY Vanceboro 184 CLASS (IF lUSO AHTHITR c;. LILIKNTIIAI. South Thoniaston WATSON E. LINCOLN Portland .lAMKS n. LINF.HAN South Portland I.OKKX .O E. LITTLEHALE Auburn ALIiEKT N. LOCKHART W ' interport NICIIARD S. LOCKHART ttelniont. Mass. RAYMOND Y. LORD Springvale KKCINALD G. LORD Hrunswick DONALD H. LOUNSBURY Portland KOHKRT M. LOW Menton Station KRNKST A. LOWELL Lincoln CLIFFORD R. LUTES Lincoln JOHN T. LYNCH, JR. Lewiston .MARTIN K. LYONS, JR. Calais RICHARD N. LYTTLE Portland WARREN E. McAVOY .■ nson JAMES A. McBRADY Portland FREDERICK C. McCANN Houlton SAMUEL B. McCLAIN Portland HIGH K. McCORKLE Portland FRANCIS E. McCORMACK Howland JAMES H. McCORMACK New York, N. Y. DANA n. McCRUM Mars Hill PHILIP G. McCULLOUGH Bangor ARTHUR P. McDERMOTT Portland ( iiARLEs P. McDonald Saco JOHN S. MacDONALD Rumford PETER J. MacDONALD Rumford NEAL D. McDowell, jr. Bath ROBERT A. MacEACHERN Fast Millinocket JOHN H. A. MacFARLANE Rumford RICHARD J. McGLAUFLIN South Portland DONALD W. McINTOSH Portland RALPH L. MacKENZIE East Millinocket NORMAN J. MacKINNON Westbrook STUART W. MacKINNON Yarmouth FRANCIS c. McLaughlin Hrunswick .MALCOLM D. McLEAN Rumford JAMES A. McMAHON Madawaska EUGENE D. McNABB Saco JAMES E. McNIFF South Portland RODERIC R. MADORE Presque Isle HAROLD P. MALBON Skowhegan HAIG MANOOGIAN Portland PETER A. MANTIS Biddeford MICHAEL J. MARCHAK, JR. Lisbon Falls LESTER MARCUS North Windham WARREN J. MARR Fast Waterboro BULL SK.S.SIOiN NOW HOW DH) THIS HAPPEN ? 185 CLASS OF 1950 JAMES H. MAKRATY Calais DOUGLAS I.. MARSTON Auburn HEXRV M. MARTELL MilHnocket KKXKST V. MARTIKATNEN Harrison REIXO J. MARTIKAINEN Harrison NORMA A. MARTIN liiiidet ' ord JOHX R. MARTINEAU Portland JULIUS V. MARZUL Westbrook HENRY K. MATHIEU Winslow GERALD ¥.. MAYHERRY Portland ERVIX E. MAYNARD Dexter JOHN MAZEIKO Arrowsic CLAYTOX D. MEEHAX I ' ortland THOMAS C. MENXEALY Lewiston RUSSELL S. MERCER IJucksport EARL C. MERCER Dover-Foxcroft (UFFORD C. MERCHANT Winter Harbor OI.AF L. MERCIER Madison DUEL L. MERRILL Gardiner GEORGE A. MERRILL Gardiner HERIiERT S. MERRILL W ' estbrook ALBERT R. MESERVE Portland RAYMOND M. MESERVE, Portland RICHARD C. METZGAR Lehigliton, Pa. FRANCIS X. MICHAUD Auburn kennf;th p. miller Portland WILFRED L. MILLS North Haven BRYCE A. MINOTT Brunswick DOXALD A. MITCHELL Haynesville DAVID J. MOONEY W ' entworth-Location, N. JOHN R. MOORADIAN Portland FRED A. MOORE, JR. Watervilie JR. RONALD L. MOORE Brownville Jet. HAZEN A. MOORES Springfield DONALD W. MORGAN Fairhaven, Mass. ELWYN R. MORROW Sanford ROBERT W. MORROW Sanford ROBERT X. MOSHER liath EVERETT L. MITRCHISOX Lcc FREDERICK W. MURKLAND, JR. Charlton, Mass. DONALD R. MURPHY Auburndale, Mass. JOSEPH A. L. NADEAU, JR. Skowhegan ROGER C. NADEAU Biddeford TOBY F. NASON Boston, Mass. JOSEPH E. NICKLESS Buckspnrt ROBERT A. NICKLESS Bucksport ROBERT G. XI SUET I ' ortland WILLARD XISBET. JR. Portland A PINCH OF THLS— MAYBE WEEK-END MANEUVER 186 CL ISS IIF lusn IT GOES Tins WAY RAISE YOU FIVE RAFAEL K. MSKANEN South Paris ROBERT L. NORMAXU Sanforil WALTER M. NORTON Brunswick KENNETH E. NYKOE Portland GEORGE M. OTiERG Bridgton LOUIS F. ODDI Portland WALTER R. O ' KEEFE, JR. Portlanil ROBERT L. OLSEN Kittery Point STEPHEN ORACH Lansford, Pa. ROBERT S. ORDWAY Yarmouth DONALD V. ORMSBY Brunswick HAROLD C. ORMSHY, JR. Brunswick LOWELL H. OSGOOD Greenville RICHARD B. OSMON Portland WILLIA.M H. OTIS Sanford JAMES M. O-TOOLE Portland .MICHAEL F. O ' TOOLE Portland . KTHUR J. OUELLETTE Berwick DONALD A. OUELLETTE Brunswick LAWRENCE A. OUELLETTE Chisholm WILLIAM B. OUTHOUSE York Village EARL S. PACKARD Portland CARROLL P. PAGE Orland SAMUEL B. PAGE Dexter FRANCIS P. PAKULSKI Liverniore Falls JOHN R. PARKER Dan forth STEPHEN E. PARKER, JR. I ortland FRANKLIN D. PAYSON West Southport DAVIS T. PEARSALL Kittery HAROLD M. PKASLEY Bath DONALD W. PEASE, JR. ' ork V ' illage HERMAN W. PEAVEY Sebago Lake DUDLEY .M. PKLLETIEK St. Francis SHERMAN L. PELTON Portland ROGER B. PERCIVAL Pittsfield DONALD E. PERRY Robbinston ANDREW S. PHILLIPS, JR. Portland FREEMAN A. PHILLIPS, JR. Waterville RICHARD H. PIERCE Portland EVERETT C. PILLSBURY Rangeley LAWRENCE D. PINKHAM Bangor ROBERT A. PINKHAM. JR. Farniington t LARENCE J. PIXETTE Fort Kent CLIFTON A. PIPKR Cape Elizabeth VIRGIL I. PITSTICK, JR. Sanfonl CARROLL J. I ' OLVOT Bangor THURSTON A. PORTER Fredericton. . . H. FRANK J. POTENZO Portland CLASS OF 1950 A POSTWAR SCENE .■ ' SURPRISE ATTACK JAMKS I.. POWELL Pittsiield HRYCE C. PRIEST Lowell ILXROLD E. PURINTON Ilrunswick ROWLAND K. QUINN, JR. Itangor NL RTELLE C. QUINT Pittsficld CHARLES RALLIDES nath DAY in H, RAMSEY Mflrose. Mass. RODERT G. REDMAN Augusta CARL il. REED Millinocket CARROLL E. REED Randolph HARI.EY H. REMICK Kitter ' HOWARD W. REYNOLDS Winthio]) CLIFFORD H. RICHARDSON liar Harbor CHARLES C. RICHMOND Calais FREDERICK A. RICHTER Kichmoiid UOHERT L. RIPLEY Portland CARL n. ROHBINS Searsport ROBERT D. ROBBINS Calais EUGENE F. ROBERTS Brooks ORVILLE W. ROBERTSON Danforth JAMES A. ROBINSON Ashland RICHARD P. ROBINSON Boothbay Harbor RICHARD T. ROBINSON Walthani, Mass. ROGER T. ROBINSON Lubec JOSEPH T. RODERICK, JR. Dover-Foxcroft JOHN E. ROLFE liallowell ROBERT C. ROSENBERG Auburn EUGENE ROWE West Minot RICHARD D. ROY Waterville RICHARD A. ROYAL Scarboro KEITH W. RUFF Rumford JACKSON B. RUCGLES Whitefield, N. H. ROBERT S. RUPP Springvale ROBERT A. RUSHWOKTH Madison CHARLES W. RUSSELL New Ipswich, N. H. JOHN A. RYDER Lincoln GEORGE P. SADLER Auburn GEORGE F. SALMI Waldoboro ROBERT S. .SALTZ.MAN Bangor PHILIP C. SANGSTEK. JR. Portland WALTER SARVAS Saco VALERK N. SAUCIER Plaisted CHARLES F. SAWYER Waterville HERBERT K. S( HXKIDKK Augusta ROBERT A. SCOTT Freeport HERBERT C. SCRIBNEU Pittsfield, Mass. RICHARD B. SEARS Portland HARRLSON S. SEAVY Cape Porpoise 188 CLASS (IF 1950 RICHARD A. SF.IGARS Clinton RAYMOND M. SHAFFKR Sanford CIl.DERT A. SHANNON Portland MAURICK F. SHAUGHNKSSY, JR. Biddeford CARL V. SHAW South Paris VAUCiHAN S. SHAW Limestone JOHN R. SHEA Runiford MARK R. SHEDD Bangor MILTON E. SILVERMAN Portland EDWAKU K. SIMMONS Sargentville DAVIU SIMPSON, JR. Mechanic Falls AltEL R. SIROIS Skowhegan HOWARD E. SMALL Fairfield RICHARD II. SMALL South Portland KDWIN B. SMITH Kennebunk FLOY D T. SMITH Sand.v Point FRANCIS G. SMITH Bangor FRANK J. SMITH, JR. Portland HARLAN R. SMITH Salisbury Cove ISAAC W. SMITH Norway NICHOLAS N. SMITH Newton Center, Mass. ROBERT L. SMITH Brunswick ELMER C. SNOW Belfast ROBERT E. SNOW Auburn ALEXANDER R. SOMERVILLE Lewiston HAROLD W. SOPER Livermore F ' alls JOSEPH R. SOYCHAK Lisbon Falls AUBREY L. SPAirLDING Dover-Foxcroft KENNETH A. SPRAGUE Milltown WILLIAM S, STACEY Calais HOWARD T. STACKPOLE, JR. Saco .MELVIN D. .STAIRMAN Portland RALPH E. STAPLES Rockport ROBERT D. STEARNS Center Lowell ARCHIE C. STEEX Patten WALLACE R. STERLING Portland WILLIAM E. STETSON Biddeford ROBERT S. STEVENS Portland KARL II. STILES Bath GEORGE E. STIMPSON, JR. Topsham ALAN D. ST. JAMES Millinocket EDGAR A. STODDARD, JR. Portland WARREN A. STODDARD Portland CHARLES L. STOKES Westbrook CARLETON R. STORER Yarmouth FRANK E. STROUT Bucksport EDWARD J. STULPIN Middleboro, Mass. BERNARD .STURTEVANT. JR. .Sabattus THE MAGAZINE COUNTER BIG DEAL COOKING 189 ri iss fiF mso KKNNETH T. SULLIVAN Lewiston WAVNE E. SUSI Pittsfield JAMES P. SUTHERLAND, JR. Bath JOSEPH E. SWANTON Path HOVT C. SWEET Hulls Cove JOHN A. SWEET Belmont, Mass. THOMAS r. SWEETSER, JR. Yarmouth LEE W. SWETT Portland RICHARD F. TAFT Auburn RICHARD F. TALLINI Bath HERVEY L. TARDIFF Piddeford JAMES R. TAYLOR Bangor THOMAS M. TEAGUE Fairfield ROY B. THAYER, JR. Augusta GERALD E. THERIAULT Springvale ROBERT A. THOITS Portland LAWRENCE M. THOMPSON Milo ■ ROBERT H. THOMPSON Portland ROBERT C. THORNDIKE Portland WENDELL R. THRUSH East Millinocket HAROLD L. THURLOW Lee HAROLD R. THURSTON North Fryeburg WARREN K. THURSTON Portland EMERY A. TILLSON Auburn ROBERT M. TILLSON Dexter WILLIAM H. TOPPAN, JR. Augusta EDWARD H. TOTMAN Brunswick PAUL F. TOURTILLOTTE Bath ROBERT L. TOWLE Portland EDWARD J. TREMBLAY Dixfield FOSTER L. TREWORGY Brunswick PHILIP K. TRIBOU Augusta HERBERT E. TRIEHY Belfast MARLAND E. TRIPP Canton RANDOLPH R. TRIPP Skowhegan WILLIAM W. TRUE Hope ARISTEDES L. TSOMIDES Saco EDGAR G. TURMELLE Springvale JAMES H. N. TUTTLE Northeast Harbor DONALD F. TWEEDIE, JR. Westfield ROBERT C. UMBERGER Salem, Ohio GEORGE J. VALLIERE Portland LLOYD H. VARNEY Waterville RUDOLPH L. VIOLETTE Lisbon Center RICHARD S. WADE Gardiner CHARLES M. WADSWORTH Camden LAWRENCE H. WAITE Bath COLBY G. WALKER, JR. Canton EXPERIMENT FOR TWO THE ORANGE IS FOR TEACHER 190 (LASH UF lUoU LET ME SEE, NOW WINTER SCENE WILLIAM R. WALKER Brunswick FRANCIS M. WALL Lewiston MERLIN J. WALLACE Calais PHILIP L. WALLS Forest City THOMAS D. WALSH Augusta CHARLES W. WARREN Brunswick CORDON B. WARREN Dover- Foxcroft JAMKS A. WATSON Houlton RICHARD K. WATSON Bath MERLE T. WEBBER Kittery SCOTT M. WEBSTER Portland DONALD B. WEEKS Skowhegau GKORGE WKINSTEIN Biddeford JAMES E. WELCH South Portland PATRICK 11. WELCH Westbrook VTNAL J. WELCH Mattawamkoag LAURISTON A. WEYMOUTH Clinton RICHARD B. WHALEN Pittsfield RALPH C. WllARFF, JR. Winterport PAUL R. WHITE Presque Isle ROBERT S. WHITE, JR. Madawaska ROBERT A. WHITEHEAD Belfast THEODORE S. WHITEHOUSE, JR. State College, Pa. RICHARD WHITEHURST Portland ANDREW B. WIDDOES Augusta LLOYD E. WILES Gardiner JOHN R. WILLIAMS Camden REGINALD V. WILLIA.MS Waterville GILBERT L. WILSON. JR. Freeport DONAD J. WITIIAM -- ugusta HARLAN J. WITHAM Auburn LANGDON W. WOOD Castine RAYMOND G. WOOD.MAN Auburn RICHARD WORRICK Wellesley, Mass. NORMAN W. WORTHING, JR. Auburn RICHARD F. WREN Thorndike JOHN T. YOUNG Millinocket ROGER M. YOUNG Cumberland Center l ' . UL L. J. ZDANOWICZ Portland l cw Freshmen STANWOOD ADLEY Rumford ROLAND G. BEAUCAGE Auburn FUGENK K. BERNARD Mexico SHERWOOD C. BLAKE Augusta EDWARD J. BORGES Newton, Mass. ROLAND W. BOUTIN Lewiston ROGER II. BROWN l ortland 191 CLASS OF 19S0 A HAVEN OF PEACE AND QUIET AXDKEW S. CAPANO Auburn DONALD .1. GUSHING Portland PHILIP S. CROCKER Peniaquid RICHARD P. DEMPSEY Augusta CVRCS V. DesROCHES Rutnford LOUIS H. DESROSIERS Biddetord DONALD F. DION Portland HARLAN L. EDWARDS Oxford KOHERT P. FINNEY Wf stbrook KENNETH R. FLEMING Cape Cottage EVERETT L. FRANKLIN Portland CLYDE A. GOLDTHWAITE Biddeford SHELDON G. GORDON ... Dixfield EVERETT E. HOOPER Si)ringvale MAHLON L. JOHNSON Saco HAROLD L. JORDAN Guilford LEONARD M. JOY Sanford JOSN KAZLOFF Saco LIONAL J. LaFRANCE Westbrook EDWARD W. LAMBERT Auburn MARSH M. LOANE Guilford ALFRED LUCCI Millinocket PAUL J. McCOURTNEY Augusta GORDON W. McPHAIL Portland ROLAND C. MAHEUX Lewiston ROBERT M. MALONEY South Portland GEORGE A. MILLINGTON South Portland SYLVESTER D. NAAS Sherman Station DAVID L. NICHOLS Jackman ALBERT A. NORK Shenandoah, Pa. ROBERT V. NORK Shenandoah, Pa. DONALD A. NEILSON Portlan l DAVID S. PARKER, JR. Portland CALVERT E. PHINNEY Freeport KDCJAR F. POIRIER Mexico ROLVIN R. RISSKA Lisbon Falls FRED M. SEALS, JR. Portland GEORGE G. STOEBER Biddeford FRED S. STROUT Topsham JOHN TAGLIENTI, JR. Liverinore Falls MICHAEL C. TOTH Madison ALAN C. WAGNER Woburn, Mass. HENRY F. WENTWOKTH Brownfield ROBERT E, YOUNG Camden .MYRON W. ZIMMERMAN Guilford 192 J IVITIES . . . The Interfraternity Council is over- seer of all fraternity activities on campus and coordinates these activities so that they will accomplish the most good. It governs all rushing rules and determines requirements for membership in frater- nities on the Maine campus. ...This year the interfraternity council has had one of its busiest years with the reactivating of fraternities. During the war all Maine fraternities were closed and used as University residences and army quarters. COUNCIL First row— Jones, Myer, Moulton, Adams, Cabot Second row— Desjardins, Nadeau, Vose, Yoflfe, Kiersted Absent wben picture was taken: WalHngford, Lamprell, Surges Atkinson, Evans 193 Alpha Gamma Rho National fraternity Founded 1908, Ohio State University Active chapters, 30 Local Chapter, Psi, established 1924 OFFICERS President Otto Wallingford Vice President Norman Rollins Secretary Robert Angel Treasurer Richard Hale 194 Front row — MacLauchlan, Zink, Wallingford. Rollins, Hale, Wescott Second row — Harris, Ashby, Adams, Gibbons, Waterman, Bromley Third row— Adell, Rockwell, Andrews, Downie, Tyler, Lucas MEMBERS Robert Angel Joseph Findlen Richard Hale 1947 Norman Rollins John Wescott John Bennett 1948 Edward Rockwell Otto Wallingford Robert Zink C;lytle Adams Clinton Adell I.angdoii Andrews James Ashby Angus Black Donald Bromley Philip Downie John Gallagher Harrv Gil)bons 1949 William Harris Richard Lucas Roi)ert MacLauchlan Philip Mooers Frank Moors Raymond Olmated Stanley Tyler Robert Waterman Albert Andrews John Bennett Pledges Robert Benson Theodore Berr% William Findlen Camile Gardner John Reardon Baxter Walker Alpha Tau Omega OFFICERS President Ralph Bean Vice President Edward Hall Secretary William Flora Treasurer Charles Chapman National fraternity Founded 1865, Virginia Military Institute Active chapters, 98 Local chapter. Beta Epsilon, established 1891 196 Front row— C. Mason, Banton, Shepard, Baker, Thurlow, Lituri, J. Chapman, Sclimidlin, Bamford, Merrill Second row — Ludwig, Varnum, Smith, J. LeClair, Scales, C. Chapman, Hall, Mrs. Ruth Wliitney, Bean, Flora, Emerson, Goodrich, Bowen Third row — Parsons, R. Mason, Burgess, Vickery, Falardeau, MacKenzie, Smiley, Jacobs, Gould, Lufkin, Torrey, Morrison, Talbot Fourth row— Connors, Walker, Brountas, Wilson, Weston, Rail, Chittick, Hadley, R. LeClair, C. Wing, Moore, Blake Edward Falardeau William Brown Charles Chapman George Baker Ralph Bean Nicholas Brountas Alan Burgess John Campbell John Chapman Robert Chase C;iaude Chittick Richard Banton Elmer Bowen Sidney B amford Arthur Clark Robert Emerson Charles Mason George Brountas Henry Brown Edward Chase Charles Cook MEMBERS Graduate Students 1947 Robert MacKenzie Everett Morrison Edward Conners William Flora I.vnn Goodrich Ralph Goidd Edward Hall Fo ' ter Jacobs Roland LeClair Storer Parsons Thomas Stotler 1948 Louis Liluri Robert Ludwig Richard Mason Russell Matthews Warren Naugler William Scales Edward Smiley 1949 Lawrence Hadlev Raymond LeClair Charles Lufkin Roger Potter John Schmidlin James Shepard William Thurlow Ralph Walker 1950 Pledges Raymond Cudahy Clyde Hayward Samuel Jones Lee Laprise William Linton Clarence McElmaii Paul Payson Ralph I ' Iscopo Homer Woodward Lowell Ward Robert Smith Thomas Talbot Allen Torrey Robert Varnum Earl Vickery Laurence Wing Clifford Worthing Arthur Weston Wendall Wilson Albert Win chell Carl Wing John Merrill David Smiley Richard Sprague Charles St. Thomas Beta Theta Pi OFFICERS Preside?! t Frederick Jones Vice President Alvord Clements Secretary John Steves Treasurer Leslie Brewer National fraternity Founded 1839, Miami Universiiy Active chapters, 91 Local chapter. Beta Eta, esiahlished 1879 198 Front row — Browne, H. Jones, Richards. N. Gray, Wlicaton. Kinun tiuj-keii Second row — Creighton, Hansen, Wertheim, Clements. F. Jones, Brewer, Thomas, Steves Third row — Stephens, Barrows, Dana, I. Gray, Nicholson, Goodwin, Black, Hewes, Goodall, Sproul, Murdock Fourth row— Carter, Scheuchzer, McDonald, Flynt, Hermann. Rice, Maguire, Richard Haskell, Mooers, Scales, Savage, Haines MEMBERS Leslie Brewer Walter Foster Earl Kingsbury Erie Reinvick 1947 Frederick Jones David Thomas Clarke Wertheim 1948 John Barrows Robert Browne Ahord Clements Richard Dodge Irving Gray Donald Black Berkley Carter James Dana William Flynt Merton Goodall Prank Haines George Hansen Ripon Haskell John Hewes Howard Jones Louis Lipphardt Leo Maguire John Nicholson 1949 Robert Goodwin Richard Ha;kell Frederick Hermann Rav McDonald yolui Mooers I ' hilip Murdock James Rice Rol)ert Savage Arthur Scales Eugene Scheuchzer George Smith Norman Walker Kenneth Wright Alton Sproul Frank Ste])hens John Ste es C ' .arl Whcaton Special Student Wallace Barrows Charles Barr Gilbert Bird Robert Briggs Villiam Chesley Oscar Da is Robert Gardner Norman Ciray Edwa rd Libl)y Robert Lincoln Pledges Paul Marshall Thomas McKay Augustus Moody Edward Phillips Eugen ' ; Shipley Paul Simpson Harrison Starbird Robert Thomas Robert Wood Delta Tail Delta OFFICERS President Richard Bloom Vice President Clement Vose Corresponding Secretary Peter Wedge Recording Secretary Charles Markee Treasurer Stanley Murray National fraternity Founded 1859, Bethany College Active chapters, 74 Local chapter. Gamma Nu, established 1908 200 ' -N iii p 4i Front row — Geary, Cook. F. Peterson, Simpson, Deinetriou. Ray, Merchant, Johns, IJeaulieu. Mosher, Spencer Second row— Pelletier, Brokaw, Wedge, Markee, Bloom, Mrs. Dow, Vose, Murray, Walsh, Douglas Collins, Brackett, Paradis Third row — Blaney, Coons, McKay, Smith, Wadsworth, Buswell, Bond, Donald Collins, H. W. Davis, H. M. Davis, liaggett, Stickel, Pierce Fourth row — Grant, Robinson, Elliott, .Sabattus, Libby. Hanson. Johnson, Michalarns, lloneyman, Bouchard, Whitney, Coffin, Conners Norman Mosher Haiold Alley Richard Bloom l.viidoii Bond Robert Brokaw Conrad Beaidieu Roland Bt)iichard Philip Coffin Harcourt Davis Robert Elliott Parker Blaney Robert Bouchard loseph Brackett James Brown Arthur Buswell Donald Collins Emerson Bamford Malcolm Bartlett Franklin Chapman (oseph Corbin MEMBERS Graduate Students Ray Cook Melvin Coons Robert Haggett John Grant Eric Hanson Robert Harlow Russell I.ibby Prentiss Markle Donglas Collins William Conners Herbert Davis James Demetriou Arthur Geary 1947 Henry Honevman Nicholas Johns Charles Markee 1948 Keith McKay Robert Merchant James Morrow Villard Pierce C:arl Ring 1949 Adoniron Johnson Homer Michalaros Ralph Paradis William Pelletier Carl Peterson William Frost James Firmin Edwin Grove Nathan Hicks Pledges Paul l.iilick C;iillord Patch Merlin Perkins Paul Sacklev Edward Geary Stanley Murray Frank Spencer Clement Vose Albert Whitnev Ralph Robinson George Walsh Edward Wadsworth Joseph Wedge Forest Peterson Kenneth Rav John Sabbatiis Frederick Siinpson Richaid Smith William Stickel Charles Scribner (ialen Sheldon Joseph Simanonok Kappa Sigma President Vice President Secretary Treasurer William Cullen Richard Burrill Edward Sims Mclvin Libbv National fraternity Founded 1869, University of Virginia Active chapters, 110 Local cha[)ter, Psi, established 1886 202 Front row — Niles, W. Johns, A. Johns, D. Crossland, Gunderson, Morrison, T. Libby, Bartels, A. McNeilly, Buckley Second row — Savignano, MacKenzie, Williams, Harris, Urann, M. Libby, -Mrs. Hamilton, Cull en, Burrill, Sims, Dombkowski, Van Tassel, Romano, Childs Third row — Moulton. Rice, Hall, Coleman, Hollet, Nardoiie, Spear, Clark, Peterson, Marsanskis, M. Kelley, Walter Urooks, R. Ross, Danner, Zollo, Bean, Angelides, Steele, Chesworth, Spencer, Dickens Fourth row — Cahoon, Stan wood, Stebhins, Porper, Bardsley, Sprague. R. Pei)pard, Oleson, C. Crosslantl, D. Ross, Goodwin, Cianchette, Sullivan, Batherson, MacDonald, Dyer, William Brooks Donald Marrincr Eiiiar Oleson MEMBERS Graduate Students Donald Ross 1947 R.;i nu iKt Atwood Waller Brooks William Chesworth Thomas Dickens Harrv McNeil Shciuiii Baixlslcy William Brooks William Ctdlen John Hill Alvin McNeilly C:iy lc Bialey Richaid Burrill Donald Crossland Willard Johns Lloyd Niles William Urann 1948 Melvin Libby Edward Sims Roger Bean Neil Gunderson Warren Knowles Stephen Notis William Rice Robert Cahoon Frank Haseltine Thomas Libby Rol)ert I ' age Richard Ross C;iiarlcs Clark Wendell Hollett George Marsanskis John I ' eppard Howard Spencer Charles Dyer Alan Johns Robert Moulton Charles Porper James Sprague Hyman Goodwin Martin Kelley 1949 Leo Pratt Roger Williams Harry Angelides I ' anl Coleman Emil King Anthony Nardone Harold Slanwood (aines Bartels William Danner Thomas MacDonald Raymond Peppard Murray Stebbins John Batherson Henrv Dombkowski Alexander MacKen ie Herbert Peterson Paul Sidlivan John Buckley David Hall Stephen Mcl ' herson Alfred Savignano Clayton Van Tassel Clair Cianchette William Harris 1950 F ' erctt Spear John Zollo Dana Childs Ferdinand Romano Barry Steele Pledges Karl Austin Joseph Cianchette Matthew McNcillv Malcolm Perry Raymond Rideout 1 heodore Boyntoii Robert Kelly I ' aul Mitchell Angelo Polite Paid Steres Edward Clancy Cecil Lancaster George ODomiell (ierard Poidiu Richard Watson Earl Clappison Robert Marcous William Ottmann Joseph Reillv William Westwatcr Keiuicth Cosschooni Edward McDermott Richard Reillv Robert Whitney I V -_ National fraternity Founded 1909, Boston University Active chapters, 112 Local chapter, Beta Zeta, established 1913 Lambda Chi Alpha OFFICERS President James Haskell Vice President Stanley Thomas Secretary Eldon Luther Treasurer Walter Low tliWW vV .. « MAINE 204 l-r Hit ruw (.kiu ' clnig)— J. Kulsoin, Katon, li. Folsom, Bronsdon Second row—Luther, Hahnel, Wellington, Thomas, Mrs. May MacDonough, Haskell, Mullin, W. Evans, Hayes, Allen Third row— Hoggs. Sawyer. Donovan. Schaadt, Mikalonis, E. Evans, Rines, Peachey, Martinoti, Ramsdell, Low, Pieia, Stevenson, Stone Fourth row— Newdick, Hopkins, Hartley, Mclntire, Dyer, Gillis, Howard Moulton, Crommett, Johnson. Andrews, Gray, Harold Moulton, Itrown, Fuller, Canipana MEMBERS Hasiinjjs Hartley [osiah Colcoid Herbert Crommett Wavne Evans Karl Kvaiis Herhcrt Gillis Ostar Hahnel 1947 James Haskell Edward Hayes George Midlin Bernard Rines Stanley Thomas John Wellington Ihomas Allen Albert Bartlett Edwin Boggs Howard Bronsdon Edward Dannis Otis Dyer Roval Graves Roi)ert Hill 1948 Barker Hopkins Richard l.ecs Waller Low Earl Martinoli Gnstin Mclntire Howard Moulloii (leorge Stone 1949 Dana Andrews Robert Campana 1 heron Carter Ernest Eaton Bruce Folsom John Folsom Sanuiel I ' uller Vernon Gray P ' .van Johnson Harold Moulton William Newdick Calvin I ' liillips Edmoiid I ' iela Sidney Peachey Robert Ramsdell Willard Sawyer James Schaadt George Stevenson Oscar Wyman Arthur Anderson (.ilbert Boggs David Hicks Leonard Harlow Brvce Lambert Albert Mosher Brian Xeal Pledges Norma n Parrot Heri)crt Perkins Furbcr Roberts Murray Rollins Howard Wagoner Robert Whalen Robert Zabe Phi Eta Kappa OFFICERS Preside?! t Joseph Nadcau Vice President David Clark Secretary Sidney Graves Treasurer Arnold Earle Local fraternity, founded 1906 Universitv of Maine 206 ViuM luw — lliuiulagc, Gurviii, Whittcn, Graves, Clark, Mrs. Look, Joseph Nadeau, Earic, Murdock, Bickford, Eastman Second row— McLaughlin, Hall, lirewster. Smith, Millar. Clawson, Preti, Crockett, Shattuck, Moulton, Pratt, Hawkes, Sjostedt Third row— Nelson, Kussell, Rogers, Archibald, Cunningham, Kelley, Meserve, Plate, Sawyer, James Nadeau. Higgers, Gagnon, Beals Fourth row— Thurlow, Davis, Krwin, Smallwood, Spiller, Paradis, Merrill, Cutts, Cool, Irvine. Lacombe, Higgins, Welcl), Wigley, Poynter Fifth row— Stewart, Woodhead, Whitney, Beaudry William Biclifoixl Burleigh Ciockett Robert Biuiulage Gerald Garvin Evcrcit Beals Floul Beecher Robert Brewster Charles Ciiiiniiighaiii Richard Culls Philip .Archibald James Beaudry Fiatik Brown na id Clark Robert Clawson Hollis Condon Robert Cool Elmer Biggers Rodney . llan Morton Bartlelt Blaine Beal )ames Davee lames (;illchrest MEMBERS Graduate Students I ' aid Eastman Burton Murdock 1947 Aidjrey McLaughlin Donald Pratt [oseph Nadeau . rnold Earle Elmer Folsora Richard Gagnon .Sidney Graves Elmo Hall , rnold Davis Elmer Erwiu Harry Hawks George Higgins |c)hn Martin Neal Merrill Richard Meserve Richard Clark Charles Goddard Bovd Harrington Robert Jalbert Robert Kilpatrick F.dward Lent Richard .Sjostedt 1948 Neal Kelley Harvey Lacombe Robert Millar James Nadeau Henry Plate 1949 Norman Moultou Charles Nelson Oscar I ' aradis Edwin Poyuler Harold Rogers Robert Sawyer Joseph Shalluck 1950 . lbill Irvine Pledges Paul Lynch Kennetli Masse Fred McDonald F zra Milliken Douglas Morton Carroll Richardson John Whilten Joseph Yoiuig Robert Preti Maurice Russell Elmer Smallwood Norman Smith Freeman Whitney Richard Spiller Ronald Stewart Frederick Thurlow John Welch Roland Wigley Harry Woodhead Richard Rich .Maillaud Richardson Benedict Stearns Ray I itcomb William Van Voorhis i. .T,A. Phi Gamma Delta OFFICERS President Philip Cabot Secretary Jean Hufnagel Treasurer Malcolm Brown National fraternity Founded 1848, Washington and Jefferson College Active chapters, 74 Local chapter, Omega Mu, established 1899 208 Front row— Thurrell, Mann, Card. Curtis, Uagopian, R. Speirs, Brookings, Malconison, Lawson, King Second row — Holden, Ward, Hunter, Howe, Cabot. Mrs. Houston, M. Brown, O ' Neil. Finch, Hutchinson. Stickney, Nichols Third row — Donovan, John Cervone. C. Gilnian, D. Brown, Furbisli. S. Oilman, Libby, Hanson, Gordon, Bunker, Buck, Webber, Dutton. Work, Billings, Cronkhite Fourth row — Ingraham, Smith, Treworgy, Williamson, Flynn, Ballon, Murray, Day, Keith, Hussey, Friar, Joseph Cervone, Berger. MacLeod Bayartl Cronkhite John Finch Thomas Harrington George Berger Bruce Billings Dana Bunker Philip Cabot Norman Curtis |ohn Ballou ■John Brookings Malcolm Brown Robert Buck John Cervone Joseph Ccr one OonaUi Card f:harles Oilman Robert Ames Leon Brown Charles Carlisle I ' hilip Coulombe MEMBERS 1947 Malcolm Hoklcn Ihonias Murray Jean Hufnagel Malcolm Nichols Alfred Hutchinson (oseph O ' Neil 1948 Frank Daiiforth Calvin Friar Lawrence Day Charles Furbish James Donovan George Garland Robert Dutton Sherwood Gordon 1949 Rol) " rt Eddy Charles Cilover Martin Hagopiaii Leon Higgins Hugli Hunter John Husey Sidncv Gilmaii Stetson Ingraham Alfred Keith Frederic Libby Roland MacLeod John Malcomson Villiani Mann 1950 Bruce King Pledges Robert Cunninghain Richard Preble Richard Gardner Robert Preble Etlward Keith .Adelb?rt Norwood Garrett Speirs Charles Sticknev Robert Hanson Roger Thurrell James Ward Winslow Work Richard Smith Robinson Speirs Harry Treworgy Douglas Williamson Robert Webber Richard Lawron Alan Wing John Murphy Paul Treworgy Phi Kappa Sigma OFFICERS President Hoi yoke Adams Vice President Lester Gross Secretaiy Constantine Kyros Treasurer Robert Bleaknev National fraternity Founded 1850, University of Pennsylvania Active chapters, 40 Local chapter, Alpha Delta, established 1898 210 Front row— BodwcU, Iliggins, Cuvcll, UuJlcy Uiivis, N. Putnam, Hodges, Mrs. Bonefant, Adams, Presnell, Thompson, Gross, Cushman Second row— John L. Kelley, York, Sturtevant, Gibson, Kyros, G. Kclley, Thomas, K. Anderson, Peterson, Johnson, Danforth, Crowell Third row— Turner, Clarke, Sta nley, Bleakney, Wiggin, R. Smith, Anderton, Fougner, Thome Fourth row— Wheeler, Fletcher, Walden, Brown, Black, Hiltz, W. Anderson, Ainsworth, Skiffington, Dana Davis Fifth row— Mead, Fox, S. Smith, John D. Kelly, McCobb, Randall, Gushing, Graham, Fairchild Russell Bodwell Benjamin Graham Holyokc Adams Cedric Cushman Dutlley Davis Henry Allen Robert Anderson Robert Covell Harrison Crowell Donald Danforth George Ainsworth Walter Anderson David Anderton Robert Bleakney Wallace Brown Arthur Black John Bibber Stanley Bixby Richard Bleakney William Bodwell Heber Cleveland MEMBERS Graduate Students Warren Randall Sherman Smith 1947 Ixster Gross Ralph Higgins Donald Howard Allen Johnson George Kelley Ralph Kntjwlton Clifton Clarke James Fletcher Arthur Fox William Gibson Benjamin Hodges Donald I ' rcsnell 1948 Constanline Kyros John Marriott Donald Mead William Patterson 1949 Jack Hiltz John Kel ley Donald McCobb Bruce Putnam 1950 Leon Cushing Dana Davis Pledges Norman Cole J ' i " Hatch Charles Cunningham Douglas l.ibby Charles Ellis ' I ' heodore Littlefield Richard Foster Kenneth Marden John Hiuit Norman Putnam George 1 liompson Vaughn Stintevant Donald Peterson Robert Smith Bertram Thorne Clyde Wheeler Kent York Sidney Skiffington John Stanley Paul 1 urner Edwin Waklen William Wiggin William Whiting David Newton Victor Pooler Samuel Silsbv Richard Wevmoulh Philip White iJXB ; T - ■ i ' ■ !gl ;«¥ cr ,;S«- K I I El P 8 IIB ill II :mm Phi lUu Delta OFFICERS President Villard Moiihon Vice Preside?!! ' Robert Kendall Secretory Wilfred Cote Treasurer Wayne Stacy National fraternity Founded 1899, Wesleyan University Active chapters, 13 Local chapter, Nu Epsilon, established 1923 212 Front row — Southard, Pierson, Gushing, Eames, Dow, Goodwin, l u li Second row — DuUea, Cote, Stacy, Kendall, Mrs. Yale, Condon, Moody, Houkinson, Butler Third row Libby, Oakes, Bruce, Parkhurst, Hussey, Leiper, Sampson, Chaplin, Godfrey Fourth row — Doe, Woodbrey, Sherman, Thurlow, Strickland, Manchester, Capers, Everett, Gordon, Mooers Sumner Burgess Melvin Butler Robert Chaplin William Condon Benjamin Curtis Percy Coombs Paul Dowe Philip Higgins Ralph Barnett Charles Bruce Robert Capers John Carson Wilfred Cote Robert Dow Donald Eames Robert Reals Mcrton Brackett Wilbur Braley Bert Campbell Michael Cherneski Earle Cliltord MEMBERS 1947 Charles Gushing Ralph Hopkinson George Doe Stanley Frost Albion Hayman Merton Libby Brian Mooers George Millay Penn Eustis Ronald Everett Foster Gordon James Goodwin Richard Godfrey Merton Meloon Arthur Moody Albert Murch 1948 1949 Willard Moulton Warren Nine Roger Oakes Sherman Cole James Currie John Denison Franklin Dufour William Farnsworth Newton Graham Joseph Hamblen Robert Leiper Linwood Pearson Robert Rendall 1950 Clifford Manchester Pledges Frank Higgins William MacDonakl Richard Marston Edward Parkman Carl Perry Butler Pratt Malcolm Pierson Ray Roley Ernest Sherman George Weidman Leon White Harold Parady Wayne Stacy Beach Thmlow George Sampson Owen Southard James Strickland Edward Woodbrey David Parkhurst Guy Rowe Samuel Stuart Allison Tucker Donald White Charles Wilcox Sigma llpha Epsilon OFFICERS President- Carleton Kilpatrick Vice President Robert Hoover Secretary John Wilbur Treasurer Robert Page National fraternity Founded 1856, University of Alabama Active chapters, 114 Local chapter, Maine Alpha, established 1901 214 Front row — Meader, Titcomb, Leclair, Davis, Stebbins, Dennison, Taylor, Colby, Partridge Second row — Dinsmore, Coffin, Hoover, Leary, Kilpatrick, Desjardins, Mrs. McCulloni, Avery, Sanford, Smith, Page Third row — Fennel, J. Leach, C. Leach, J. Hall, R. Hall, Kendall, Williamson, Eichorn, Wilbur, Young, Ramsay, Prince Fourth row — Bailey, Tsacalotos, Stackpole, Keniston, Bradley, Catir, Culpon, Hatch, Rogers, Litchfield, Patterson, Ingalls Harold Avery Richard Coffin Herbert Bailey Russell Bradley Malcolm Colby Douglas Culpon Robert Dinsmore Henry Hagman Stephen Jacobs IMiilip Catir Richard Dennison John Eichorn Lawrence Fennel Stanley Davis James Adams Richard Bate Gerald Bates Glenn Chute John Collins MEMBERS 1947 Richard Desjardins Robert Page Robert Hoover Robert Keniston Robert Meader Edmund Nock Charles Partridge Smart Ramsay Arthur Reynolds Albert Grcv John Hall Roljcrt Hall Daniel Hatch Mahlon Smith 1948 Richard Smith Warren Smith Philip Stackpole Charles Stebbins Elljridge Titcomb Peter Tsacalotos 1949 William Kendall Charles Leach James Leach Lawrence Litchfield 1950 Pledges Joseph Hammond William Johnson Halver Hart Walter Hinds Howard Jenkins Louis Loeljer Donald MacLeod Sterling Morris John Theriault Frank Wood Earle Wescott Earl White John Wilbur Earl Williamson Ricliard Wood Thomas Young Rodney McKusick Roljert Prince William Rogers Carroll Taylor Gilbert Leclair Jerry Partridge Peter Paterson Roger Sargent Robert White n Sigma Chi OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer William Lamprell Robert Wood Robert Parmenter Richard I.utts National fraternity Founded 1855, Miami University Active chapters, 104 Local chapter, Rho Rho, established 1902 216 Front row — Larson, Chittick, Alexander, Bowen, Hannigan, W. Spear, C. Lutts, Harrington, D. Spear Seconil row— Chute, Herbolzheimer, Garamell, Woodbury, I.amprell, Wood, Hale, Jewett, Rowley, Warner, Nelson Tliird row— R. Lutts, Patten. Carleton, Gridley, Danforth, Orcutt, Manter, Marsdcn. Goff, Quinn, Crimp Fourth row — Crockett, Adams, Flynn, Levensailor, Kinney, Creighton, Klian, Parsons, Hobbs, Bernard, Hibbard, Speers, Zeilner, Prescott Henry Fogler I ' rc ' d Herljolzheimer F.dwaiil Kicrstcad Harold Anderson Philip Chute |c)hn Donohiie i ' laiuis Farnum William Alexander C Calvin Bowen Harry Carleton (Jeorge Cooper Frank Crimp Richard Danforth (ohn Adams Allan Chase (Jeorge Chittick William Creighton Peter Crockett Arthur Elian George Browne Jt)seph Cobb John Fogler Alexander Frisbie MEMBERS Graduate Students Frederic Leonard Thomas Parmenter Special Students C:harles Jewett David Manter Robert Nelson Robert Parmenter Michael DiRcnzo Ix ' wis Gammell Merle Goff Elliott Hale Edward Kisonak William Lamprell Ralph Flvnn Richard Goodell Theodore Gridley Robert Hannigan Benjamin Harrington Glenn Heath David Hale Kenneth Hill Fretleric Klein 1947 Robert Patten Charles Rowley Robcrl Roy Elmer Smith 1948 Arthur Levensailor George Lobozzo Richard Lutts Bernard Prescott Donald Spear William Spear 1949 Wiiificd llibbard Donald Hobbs Donald Kinney Ernest Larson Irving Marsden John Miller Pledges Robert Levensailor Howard Mosley Eldridge Sparrow Ralph Woodbury Carleton Lutts Gordon Staff Philip Sweetser Kcrmit Wilion Joseph Uzmann Benjamin Warner Edward Weed Robert Wootl Robert ellncr Jerry Nickerson Elmer Orcutt John Parsons John Quinn Ronald Speers Donald Spiller Charles West Jan Willoch Sigma l u OFFICERS PresidcnU Edward Atkinson Vice PresidcnU George Obcar Secretary Robert Grotefend Treasurer George Griffing National fraternity Founded 1869, Virginia Military Insiiiuic Acii e chapters, 99 Local chapter. Delta Nn, established 1913 218 Front row — Hart, Thcriault, Barron, Sullivan, Graham, Leinay, Ilazcltun .Second row— Bates, ClafRe, Nordstrom, Grotefend, Obear, Atkinson, Hersom, I ' crry, Williams Third row— Fulton. Duncan, Mercer, Benson, Hutchins, Mnulton, Crowley, Fairhank, ChesebrouKh. Thomas Frturth row— Kuhn, KuKers, Howe, .Moocrs, Stevens, Standish, Payso.i, Adler, Kobl)ins Joseph Adler Biiic Rates Howard Bartlett Wilfred Chescbrougli (ieorge G rifling (Jcorge Leavitt K.dward . tkin.son Richard Bader Norman Benson Kenneth Bailey William Barron Robert Cameron William Cheney Merrill Cobb Charles Crowley Robert Ouncan Ralph Hazelton Marvin Adams (;iiy Bacon Bernard Benn (iharles Bioomhall MEMBER.S Graduate Students John Johnstone James Reilly 1947 Richard Lemay Cieoige McLean . rtlun Moulton George Obear Steven Robbins Robert Smith 1948 )ames Claflic George Hersom John Darrah Robert Nordstrom Richard Graham F.hvood Tltcomb 1949 Wlmhrop Fairbank Ravmond Mercer |ohn Gray i ' aiil Hart Fianklin Howe Goidon Knhn Berklev Hutchins Roger Mooers Lewis I ' ayson Robert Perry Hjibert Ranger 1950 Parker Leonard Special Student Robert Marshall Pledges F.dward Cookson Stuart DeRoche Russell Dow Newell Emery Fiancis Murphy Hollis Soiile F.arland Sleight Bret Standish George Vebber Dana Whitman George Whitin Mortimer Williams Ralph Stevens Robert Sullivan Bernard Theriaiilt .■Mbert Thomas Kenneth Vennett William V ' arren Richard Rogers Phillip Spencer Richaid Tamm Fxlwin Thomas .Alfred Tinnev Tail Epnilon Fi OFFICERS President Lester YofFe Vice President Israel Orctsky Secretary-Treasurer Albert Povicli National fraternity Founded 1909, Columbia University Active chapters, 28 Local chapter. Tan Zeta, estaTilishcd 1929 220 Front row — Shapiro, Xaseck, Aron, J. Cohen, Kapiaii. iiraen, D. Xinunerinan, Bernstein Second row — Shulman, Plavin, Uroder, Oretsky, Solomon, Yotfe, Ostrow, Lotker. Povich Third row — Korobkin, Kttinger, Schwartz, Robinson, Kline, Abranis, Shafmaster, Giesb Fourth row — R. ' Zimmerman, Davidson, Kornctsky, Garfinkle, Nelson, Epstein MEMBERS Iixing Brodcr Jack Davidson Robert Epstein Samuel Aron Manic! Alirams Bernard Braen Sumner Bernstein Jason Cohen Milton Adelman Howard Berg Myron Bernstein Myer Byer (icraUl Cohen 1947 Leonard Korobkin Albert I ' ovith 1948 Richard Giesberg Conan Kornctsky (ieraki Hermanson Cieoige Lotker 1949 Lester Cohen Si(bicy (Joldman Arlhiu Kaplan Milton Kline Donald Nelson Israel Oretsky Melvin Sdnvartz Sumner Shafmaster Sidney Shapiro Alan Shulman 1950 Morton Ettinger Special Student Stanley Ostrow Pledges Max Clohcn Louis Lane Charles Ciarlinkle Carl Lcrman Milton (Joldsniith Vforris Pilot Sumner (Jordon Gerald Rogovin .Malcolm Josephs Herbert Rosenthal Allen Solomon Leonard Plavin Ronald Zimmerman Sanniel Sirock David .immerman Leslcr ' olfe Sumner Robinson Gerald Rudman Samuel Simonds Norton Sincrt Richard alien Theta Chi OFFICERS President Clifford Kcirsicad Vice President Andrew Britt Secretary Harrison Davis Treasurer Ciiarlos Ci rocker National fraternity Founded 1856, Norwich University Active chapters, 71 Local chapter. Gamma, established 1907 222 Front row — Davis, Kansden, Britt, Keirstead, Mrs. Louise rainc. Hill, ' fainter, Bar niby Second row — Carvell, Deehan, Smith, Crocker, Buck, I ' arsons, Emmons Third row — flecker, Pearson, Kus, Barry, Wallingford. Land), Xoyes Fourth row — Ramsay, Stone, Alenskis, Bither, Trimble, Hubbard Fifth row — Cheney, Carmichael, Parizo, Chick Josepli Diiismore (■union Buck Vcinon C;arvell Oliarlcs Crocker Albert Baniiby Aiulrew Hritt Harrison Oavis MEMBERS Graduate Students 1947 Riihaid Henderson ClilFord Keirstead William Hill Stanley Kus 194« Richard Emmons Richard Higgins Fleetwood I ' ride Sheldon Smith Donald I)e )e Elmer Parsons Proctor Ransden George Wallingford Donald Stone Philip riirner 1949 Alec Alenskis Charles Becker Henry Bither Leigh ton Cheney Alfred Barry Francis Carmichael Roy Bither Hollie Bucklin Robert Dagdigian Alan Daricll ' William Deehan Morton Lamb Ralph Moore Donald Chick Leioy Noyes Ernest Parizo Duncan Pearson 1950 Arthur Hubbard Pledges Lawrence Dunn fohn Fisher Raymond Greenleaf (;harles Jack Charles Kelson Herman Lamorcati I eigh Shores Harwood Steele I ' .arl Ramsay Owen Smith Richard ' Fainter R )l)ert Fiimblc Forrest Stewart Richard Fhaxter Sidney Fiirner C;hailes Williams Front row — Spaulding, I.itlletieltl, IMiillips, Dean Wilson, JJrown, Anihrusc, Kickcr Second row — Parent, Weymouth. Tibbctts, Bruce Panhellenic Council is active on the Maine campus under the guidance ot Dean Edith G. Wilson, fan Brown is president ol the council which is com- posed of one delegate and the president from each of the six sororities. Its func- tion is to establish and maintain rushing rules and to further cooperation among the sororities. This year the annual Panhellenic Open House was omitted and in its place a general meeting for all freshmen and transfers was held. Other minor changes were likewise made in the rushing .sched- ide. Dances, parties, teas, and other social events have been planned by all six sororities for tlie year ' 46- ' 47. With the end of fall rushing, all arc looking for- ward to a busy, prosperous year. 224 Rushing Furties A n AAA X n J ' K: n B M 225 President Vice President Secretary Treasurer OFFICERS Joan Ambrose Helen Noyes Arlene Cleven Mary Margaret Marvin JOAN AMBROSE PRESIDENT Alpha Omicron Pi Dorothy Butler Judith Cole Marietta Doescher Martha Fogler Pledges Carolyn Foley Joan Harvey Ruth Holland Kathleen Kennedy Virginia Kennedy Joan Libby Romona Lopez Grace Murray Prudence Speirs Emmalin Welch Mary Whitcomb Barbara Wood Front row — Wood, Murray, Speirs, Whitcomb, Lopez, K. Kennedy, ' . Kennedy Second row— Cole, Holland, Welch, Harvey, Libby, M. Doescher, Foley, M. Fogler, Butler 226 MEMBERS Joan Ambrose Nora Chipraan Arlene Cleven Phyllis Eldridge Patricia Hutto Lala Jones 1947 Phyllis Jordan Barbara Mills Beverly Pitman Elizabeth Ray Hazel Starrett Marit Andersen Jean Campbell JoAnne Chellis Lois Doescher Joyce Faulkner Ruth Fogler Helen Noyes 1948 Mary Margaret Marvin Betty Small Guylene Smith Jacqueline Springer Constance Thomes Mary-Grace Tibbetts Pauline True Susan Beisel Wilma Brown Marion Carter 1949 Martha Coles Thelma Crossland Jeanne deRoza Mary Dirks Elizabeth Hempsicad Barbara Hines Elizabeth Tufts GAMMA CHAPTER, 1912 National sorority, founded 1897 Barnard College Front row— Hines, Ray, Chipman, Jones, Faulkner, Hutto, Hempstead Second row— Smith, Noyes, Thomes, Cleven, Ambrose, Marvin, Tibbetts, Eldridge Third row— Pitman, Anderson, Springer, Coles, Campbell, Chellis, Jordan, Starrett, Crossland, Fogler, Brown Fourth row— Carter, Tufts, Dirks, L. Doescher, Mills, deRoza, Beisel, Small, True 227 ; : ' TJ MARGARET SPAULDING PRESIDENT OFFICERS President Margaret Spaulding Vice President Barbara Wood fin Secretary MaryAnne Dineen Treasurer Evelyn White Chi Omega Eva Burgess Svlvia Dartnell Harliaia Davidson Rita Flvnn Pledges Elinor Hansen Eiilila Chase Luclden Betty Jo Titcomb Virginia Healy Janet Pcttee Marguerite Waterman Betty Jane Ladd Barbara Stewart Sarah Weeks Front row— Davidson, Titcomb, Flynn, Hansen, Healy, Luclden Second row— Ladd, Pettee, Burgess, Dartnell, Weeks, Waterman, Stewart 228 MEMBERS Kathleen Bridges Betty Jane Durgin Catherine George 1947 Jane Longfellow Kathrvn Mills Mary Etzel Smith Margaret Spaukling Valerie Varaneckis Evelyn White Barbara Woodfin Barbara Andrews Elizabeth Baker Peggy Ann Gates Joan Ghilds 1948 MaryAnne Dineen Alice Fonseca Mary Healy Joan Look Paidine Marcous Janice Scales Marguerite Sullivan June Swanton Margaret Watson Mary Weymouth EdithAnne Voung Emma Ann Armstrong Frances Callan Elizabeth Glark 1949 Janice Crane Jane Hansen Marguerite Ha rt Joan Heselton Nancy Jordan Marjorie Martin Jean Miller Charlotte I ' ressey Pauline Rawlinson XI BETA CHAPTER, 1922 National sorority, founded 1895 University of Arkansas Front row— Callan, Andrews, Marcous, Sullivan, Crane, Mcloon, Longfellow Second row— Hansen, Fonseca, Dineen, White, Spaulding, Woodfin, Young, Varaneckis, Durgin, Heselton Third row— Healy, Mills, Miller, Pressey, Look, Childs, Hart, Bridges, George, Smith Fourth row— Crane, Weymouth, Baker, Jordan, Armstrong, Clark, Rawlinson, Martin, Swanton, Cates 229 OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Saralyn Phillips Lois Hovey Jean Ritchie Constance Adams SARALYN PHILLIPS PRESIDENT Delta Delta Delta Ann Cunningham Mary Batchelder Elizabeth Dole Constance Drew Pledges Priscilla Goggin Shirley Hughes Jane Libby Elaine Lockhart Margaret Mollison Patricia furray Priscilla Nason Margo Rog ers Pauline Stevens Helen Wallingforcl Doris Merrill Front row — Wallingford, Murray, Batchelder, Lockhart, Stevens, Hughes, Nason Second row — Goggin, Cunningham, Drew, Dole, Rogers, Libby, Mollison 230 MEMBERS I,ois Hovey Racliel Jones Janice Maxwell Saralyn Phillips 1947 Jean Ritchie Marilyn Tobie Barbara Weick 1948 Constance Adams I.aurcl Clements Joanne Libby Elaine Perkins Florence Bruce All)erta Closson Una Jean MacDonaUi Carol Smith I.ancy Carter Harriette Watson Muriel Applebee Kathryn Bennett Nancy Carter 1949 Gloria Dow Norma Drummond Emma Kilburn Patricia McGuigan Dolores Seeley Priscilla Thomas Joanne Vermette Constance Wilbur ALPHA KAPPA CHAPTER, 1917 National sorority, founded 1888 Boston University Front row — Drummond, Perkins, Maxwell, Hovey, Phillips, Ritchie, Adams, Carter Second rew— Smith, Carter, Wilbur, Thomas, Watson, Jones, Tobie, Kilburn, Weick Third row — Seeley, MacDonald, Dow, Applebee, Bennett, Libby, Closson, Vermette, Bruce 231 OFFICERS President Romaine Littlefield Vice President Thelma Mercer Secretary Yvette Plent Treasurer Isabelle Trefcthen ROMAINE LITTLEFItl.L) PRESIDENT PhilUu Pledges Sona Averill Althea Kirk Mary Nfchann Colleen Richardson Eleanor Burrill Martha Lceman Marv Moore Carol Rohbins Shirley Doten Virginia Littlefield Patricia Palmer Elizabeth Turner Patricia Fogarty Dorothy Lord Pauline Paquette Joan Vishman C: )iistance Banks Howe Front row— Richardson, Wishman, Fogarty, Mehann, Robl)ins, Doten. Palmer, Littlefield Second row— Turner, Moore, Kirk, Howe, Leeman, Averill, Uurrill, Lord, Paquette 232 MEMBERS Dorothy Burns Louisa Bacon Marguerite Googins 1947 Roiiiaine Littlefield Inez MacKinnon Yvette Plent Ora MacDonald Shirley Sibley Morrow Geraldine Small Hlaiiic Mt.Maniis Jcaiuicttc Nadcau Isabelle Irefetheii Elizabeth Busch Grace Griffin Marv Hollingdale riiclma Mercer I ' auline Parent 1948 Barbara Patten S lvia Snow fargaret Stebbins Donna Welts Marjorie Yates Margaret Hanks Marv Elizabeth Littlefield 1949 Eugenia Melzar Alice Raymond Jane Sibley PI CHAPTER, 1912 National sorority, founded 1852 Wesleyan College Front row— Hollingdale, MacDonald, Mercer, Littlefield, Plent, Trefethen, Patten, Small Second row— Melzar, Sibley, ilanks. Morrow, Raymond, Parent, McManus. lUlrns, Welts Third row— Griffin, Snow, MacDonald, Googins, Bacon, Stebbins, Vates, ISusch, MacKinnon 233 OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Lois Rickcr Esther Watson Anna Crousc Elizabeth White LOIS RICKER PRESIDENT Pi Beta Phi I5c eily Artus Ruth Berglund I.ois Coffin (;loiia Fisher Pledges Fay Jones Helen Friend Barbara LaBonty Marilyn Mills Barbara Richardson Isabel Sands Beverly S]3cnser Carolyn Strong Patricia Woodward Front row — Mills, Lallonty, lU-rgluml, Artus, Coftin, Jones Second row — Richardson, Fisher, Spencer, Sands, Woodward, Strong 234 MEMBERS |;iaiiic ' linc Brown Janice Brown Barhani C.onncrs Margaret Cousins 1947 Ainia C ' .rousc Dorothy Davis inona Mminster Chase K clvn Foster Pauline Gilson Helen Gordon Cecily Johnson I ' hvllis Pendleton Lois Ri(kcr Klizabclh White Anna Woods Helen Buz ell Olive Coffin Klaine C ' .raig K.liiior Dickson i;ii al)eth Flint Joan Frye Ann Harmon Constance Howe 1948 Sylvia Peterson (ipal Smith Doris Stanley Eleanor I hompson (can Wallace Esther Watson (ierniaine Belledenr Judilli CoHin Mary Curtis Jane Hastings 1949 Mary Jackins Nancv Mackav l-ois Anne Small Trcssa I ' ownsend MAINE ALPHA CHAPTER, 1917 National sorority, founded 18G7 Monmouth College Front row — Bellefleur, Coflfin, Wallace, Dickson, Gordon, Townsend, Uuzzell, Mackay Second row — Cousins, Thompson, White, Peterson, Kicker, Watson, Hastings, Woods Third row — Richardson, tiarnion, Conners, Johnson, Davis, Ilrown, Chase, Craig, Smith, Krye, Fourth row— Brown, Gilson, Stanley, Foster, Pendleton, Coffin, Roherts, Curtis, Jackins, P ' lint Howe 235 PLEDGE OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Gloria McGinley Marion Keith Jean Cunningham Jessie Cowic Delta Zeta MEMBERS I-ois Avery Ciloria Castner |cssie Cowie Jiinite Crockett jean Cunningham llaibara Day F. clyn Ellsworth Rosemary Gagnon Margaret Gorham Betty Harriman Margaret Hind ■A. Roberta Johnson Marion Keith Venita Kiltredgc Scrita Lane Bettv Lehman Joanne Lindgren Frances Litchfield F,lizal)eth Meyer Gloria Mockler Gloria McGinley Gloria Mackenzie Gloria oyes Georgia Parsons Ruth Preble Jean Polleys Mary Abbie Pulsifer Mary Ramsey Dorothy Sale Florence Sawder Lorraine Ward Delta Zeta was recently reorganized after being absent from the Maine camptis for several years. Pledges are as follows: Front row— Pulsifer, Gorham, Ward, Avery, Preble, MacKenzie, Castner, McGinley, Harriman Second row— Lane, Cunningham, Gagnon, Ellsworth, Ramsey, Noyes, Keith, Meyer, Parsons, Kittredge Third row— Sawyer, Crockett, Salo, Ilurd, Day, Polleys, Lindgren, Litchfield, Mockler, Johnson, Cowie 236 Fraternities at Maine Alpha Gamma Rho Alpha Tail Omega Beta Theta Pi Delta Tail Delta Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Eta Kappa Phi Gamma Delta Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Mu Delta Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Chi Sigma Nil Tau Epsilon Phi Theta Chi Surorities at Maine Alpha Omicron Pi Chi Omega Delta Delta Delta Delta Zeta Phi Mu Pi Beta Phi 2S7 Front row — Boynton, Crane, McCiuigan. Appleby Second row— Bean, Sjostedt, Mitchell, Wentwortli I eai Mathetai Neai Mathetai is made up of the ten highest ranking girls in the freshman class. They arc selected at the end of every year to serve as advisers to the new freshmen the following year. This is the only honorary group on campus which is for freshman women alone to strive to attain, and is one of the highest honors any girl can receive. Neai Mathetai has been an important part of the University ' s honorary groups for more than twenty years. Tau Keta Pi Tau Beta Pi is the national honor so- ciety for outstanding engineering stu- dents who have shown through their scholarship and leadership abilities an assmance of their success in the engineer- ing field. rhe fraternity was founded at Lehi gh University in 1885, while the Maine Alpha Chapter was established in 1911. The purpose of Tau Beta Pi is to honor those who distinguish themselves in char- acter and scholarshij) and to promote interest in general engineering. Front row — Pragenian, Watson. Gushing, Luthei-, Murray, I.eavitt, lirautlccht Second row — Low, Hayes, I ' arnienter, Bagley, Molter, Carr, Kugley, ? vans, Smiley Third row — Foss. Korobkin, Colcord, Jones, Grant, Pratt. Joyce, Darling. Johns C A f ' » ' t ? ? Front row — Richardson, Thompson, Eastman, Rollins Second row— Adams, Meloon, Sjostedt, Cunningham Alpha Zeta is an honorary agricultural fraternity whose members are selected by qualities of scholarship, leadership, and character. A national society, Alpha Zeta has forty-four chapters in land grant col- leges throughout the country. Alpha Zeta The prime objecti ve of the fraternity is to promote interest in professional ag- riculture. Alpha Zeta presents an annual award to an outstanding 4-H Club member in the state. Sigma Mu Sigma, the honorary psycho- logical fraternity, was founded in 192.S in order to further an interest in psychol- ogy through its program and work. Membership is open to all University students having an expressed interest in Sigma Mu Sigma psychology and a superior scholastic standing. A Sigma Mu Sigma Award is offered yearly to a high-ranking sophomore or junior in need of financial assistance. Front row — Longfellow, Durgan, Bacon, Hovey, Googins. MacNeil. Howe .Second row — Noyes, elevens. Maxwell. Ricker, Wright, Borkowski, Leeman Third row — Woodfin, White, Jones, Mills, Hammond, Woodsum Front row — lirown, Trefethen, Jones, Nutter Second row — Bacon, Ricker nmicroii 1 u Omicron Nu is a national honor soci- ety for Home Economics students, found- ed at Michigan State Teachers College in 1912. The Alpha Beta Chapter was organ- ized at Maine in 1931 and its objectives are to encourage scholarship, leadership, and research in Home Economics. New members are elected and initiated in the spring and fall of every year. Mem- bership is limited to juniors and seniors who have consistently maintained a Dean ' s List point average. Phi Happa Phi Phi Kappa Phi is a national honorary fraternity recognizing scholarship and character in all fields of knowledge. Mem- bership may not exceed one-tenth of the student body and the qualities of high scholastic achievement and exceptional character are stressed. The chapter at Maine is one of fifty such chapters located in all parts of the country. It was established here in 1897. The orga nization conducts a national competition ojien to seniors and awards several fellowships annually. Front row — Policy, Hamnioiui, Cleven, Oliver, Griffee, Friedler, I endleton, ' o1ds Second row — Hovey, Bacon, Evans, Ricker, Buck. Castner, McGouldrick. McXeil, Murray Front row — Pendleton, Gorham, Ross, Morrison, Crouse, Murray, Chesebrough, Preble Second row — Selwood, Closson, Watson, Tankle, Springer, Wallingford, Griffing, Cayting. Crossland Mu Al[)ha Epsilon is an honorary musical society founded on campus in 1942. The society was established by stu- dents and facidty members interested in music to honor students of high musical achievement. The musical vespers at Christmas, Easter, and Music Night are sponsored lUu Alpha EpHilon by the society and on Music Night an award is given to the senior who has con- tributed most to the advancement of music on the campus. Membership is limited to those stu- dents having high musical ability upon reconmiendation by the Advisory Com- mittee. American Chemical Society The Student Affiliates of the Ameri- can Chemical Society is a newly organ- ized group on the Maine campus. The purpose of this society is to pro- mote the interest in chemistry on campus and to foster professional pride among chemistry and chemical engineering majors. At the bi-monthly meetings lectures are made by students and facidty members from this and other colleges and uni- versities. Front row — Dr. Tebbe, Crowell, Thomas, Williams, Wells, Petterson, Martin Second row — Palmer, Saindow, Hart, Rosebush. Addor, Kline. Dube, Melz r Third rr) v — Peacbey, Stanley, ' ilbur, Peyenburg. Ilol!)rnnk, llaldacri, Tnintcr Front row — Savage, Prescott, Barnett. Wiggin, Craig. Stephens, Brown Second row — Strickland, MacDonald. Emerson, Wyman, Hagnian, Cheney Third row — Barrett, Kittredge, Wadinan, Condon, Markee, Beaudry Pale Blue Key The Pale Blue Key was formed four- teen years ago to succeed the track club. It is composed of numeralmen in men ' s athletics. One member is elected from each fra- ternity and others are given honorary membership in exceptional cases. The Pale Blue Key acts as an entertaining committee for visiting athletic teams. An annual scholarship is awarded by this group to a deserving outstanding freshman athlete. Wnmeii Veterans The Women Veterans Club is a re- cently organized group the main objec- tive of which is to keep all women veterans in close contact with recent developments in local and national af- fairs pertaining to veteran students. Monthly meetings are held at which lime the women compare their experi- ences and work on various projects of national interest. Speakers and discus- sions also contribute to their program. Sociability among members is one of its greatest aims. Front row — Thompson, Dole, Haines, Fogarty Second row — Robinson, Dr. Miller, Mayo, Dennison, I.ittletield Seated — Barnett, Hines, Phillips, Durgiii, Donovan, Mr. Crossland Standing — Mr. Watson, Crossland, Skolfield, Snyder, Lambert One of the biggest projects ever to be carried on by students at the University of Maine was the campaign this year to raise funds for a Student Union Build- ing. In less than one week nearly $100,000 was pledged by the student body. This will be added to alumni contributions. Union Building Committee There has been a real need for a Stu- dent Union on campus for several years. With a student body of 4,000 men and women this need is even more pressing. The students can feel that they have made a real contribution to their campus in giving towards this Student Union. . The Maine Chapter of the Order of the Temple was reestablished this year after being inactive for several years. It is a club for students who are members of the Masonic Order. Order of Temple This group was originally established by Richard Howell in 1920 and was ac- tive until a few years before the begin- ning of the war. Front row — Wheeler, Ingalls, Orcutt, Jacobs Second row — Curtis, Morey, Jenness, Crossland Front row — White, Moors, Hines, Hufnagel, MacNeil, Mann, Andersen Second row — Uurgin, Harnett, Coles, Spiller, Brown, Adams Third row — Jordari. Carter, Longfellow, Bruce, Fonseca, Lopez (leneral Student Senate The General Student Senate is com- posed of ten representatives from the Men ' s Senate and ten from the Women ' s Student Government. It concerns itself with the problems relating to the entire student body and acts as coordinator of student activities between the students and the administration. For example, it is charged with the appointment of such special student com- mittees as are required to carry on drives and other activities. It sets up procedures for election of class officers and officers of numerous organizations, provides the bal- loting facilities, and provides supervision for the actual elections. Officers this year have been: President, Jean Hufnagel; Vice President, Barbara MacNeil; and Secretary-Treasurer, Bar- bie Hines. The Senate has functioned mainly through the committee system, acting for the most part in its supervisory or deliberative capacity. Certain weak- nesses were apparent. A new constitution has been accepted this year which broadens the responsibili- ty of the General Senate. The Dean of Women and the Dean of Men are the administration ' s representatives on this group and attend meetings by invitation from the group. 246 VV uiiieii ' 8 Student (ioveriiment The Women ' s Student Government Association is a council representing all dormitories, sororities, non-sorority wom- en, and off-campus women of the Uni- versity. Its purpose is to encourage active cooperation among the women of the University in self-government and to pro- mote the highest possible standards of honor and integrity in all matters of per- sonal conduct. Among the permanent functions of the council are the assembly for the women students, and the W.S.G.A. Faculty Tea which is held every fall. Particular em- phasis is placed on maintaining close re- lationship and understanding between the student council and the student body. Dean Edith G. Wilson is the adviser and Betty Jane Durgin served as presi- dent. Front row — Jones, Welts. Andersen, Durgin, Fonseca, Carter, Bruce Second row — Campbell, Eldridge, Mills, Watson, Jordan, MacDonald, Dennison, Marden Third row — Googins, Plent, Hines, Coyne, McNeil, Longfellow, Lopez Men ' s Senate The Men ' s Student Senate is the govern- ing body for men ' s activities on campus. Representatives are elected from various housing units throughout campus, and this year the group is considerably larger than normally because of increased en- rollment. The Senate has reorganized pre-war activities and has taken on new responsi- bilities this year. A new constitution has been drawn up and accepted, setting forth added principles. This year has been one of organization and progressive self- government. Front row — Coles, Snyder, Grindle, Brown, Barnett, White, Jones Second row — Mann, Moors, Fairfield, Spiller, Beals, Adams 247 Frunt row — Haskell. Howe, Lainhert, Andeison. liruwne, Fogler, Johnson Se cond row — Wedge, Watson, Peterson, Frye, Campbell, Goff Third row — Flavin, Young, Smith, Andrews, Look, Haines I1RVC;E LAMBERT, EDITOR 248 Staff Faculty Adviser Edilor-iiiChief Assistant Editors Business Manager Assistant Business Manaj-iN Senior Class Editors Junior Class Eililors Sophomore Class Editor Freshman Class Editor Acli ities Editors Sorority Editor Fraternity Editor Men ' s Sports Editor Women ' s Sports Editor Literary Editor I ' liolograplu Editor Photography Assistant Informal Editors Cirtiilalion Irving I ' ierce Brvcc V. Lambert Cxinstante F. Howe Ripon W. Haskell Willis E. Anderson s Rol)ert L. Browne Joseph P. Wedge Margaret E. Watson Wlllard E. I ' ierce Ruth P. Fogler Douglas R. Johnson Donald E. I ' eterson Joan Frye jean R. Campbell Merle F. Golf Edith Anne Young Frank W. Haines. Jr. Leonard N. Plavin Barbara L Andrev.s Ge orge E. .Smith, J.-. )ames G. Garvin Louis C. Littiri Helen E. Noyes Lois .M. Doescher Joan W. Look ASSISTANTS Constance E. Adams Florence C. Bruce Vaun E. Dole Carolvn R. Foley ntagcr Janice F. Scales Carol L. Smith Norma G. Smith |une H. S«anton .SI AFF ljfa l l Simpson. |r. Robert G. N ' isbet puler E. Somerville Ham M. Duggan Earl Packard C;arroll P. Page Ernest D. Brown Aiulrew R. Bunker Richard E. Dillon Brunswick Staff, left to right — Bunker, Brown, Packard, Page, .Simpson, Dillon, Nisbet, Duggan Front row — Haskell, Goff, Longfellow, Pendleton, Crossland, Jones, Lynaugh, Craig Second row — Snyder, Lambert, Dineen, Rick, Tliomes, Howe, SchniidHn Third row — Thomas, Wentworth, Preble, Baker, Kimball, Fogler, Young, Barnett Maine Christian Association All voluntary religious activities of the University of Maine students center around the Maine Christian Association. The various programs of men and women are distributed through a main Cabinet and the five committees which are Chris- tian Faith, Community Responsibility, World Relatedness, Personal, and Social. Through the numerous affiliated or- ganizations the M.C.A. carries on an ex- tensive educational, religious, and social program. Charles E. O ' Connor and Morla Timberlake are secretaries of the Associ- ation. 250 1 ' " m Liu. n m, Front row— Craig, Hanson, Ansell, Thomas Second row — Dirks, Crossland, Ciinninj ham, Folsom 5UU Club The " 300 Club ' sponsored by the Maine Christian Association, is a group made up of upperclassnien who are in- terested in enjoying a social and religious program. Regidar meetings are held when discussion groups as well as enter- tainment programs are presented. There has been a definite need for a club made up of upperclassmen because of the size of the classes and the difficulty in becoming acquainted with each other. This club gives a better understanding of the facilities offered bv the M.C.A. Freshman LMuli The Freshman Club is sponsored by the Maine Christian Association and is open to all freshmen registered at the University. It is governed by officers and has a representative in the MCA Cabinet. This year the Freshman Club has worked with the Community Projects and as a new feature has started a fresh- man jjaper. It is expected that the Freshman Club will s])onsor Faculty-Student parties again this year as they have done in the past. This offers an excellent opportunity for the freshmen to become better acquaint- ed with faculty on an informal basis. Front row — Litchfield, Rowe, Beals, Cuthbertson, Powers Second row — Weeks, Preble, Biffelow, Murphy, Clement MRS. MORI, A TIMBERI.AKK, CHARLES 1.. O CIONNOR MCA Secretaries The Maine Christian Association is one of the few university associations in New England liaving a full-time secretary and an associate secretary. For several years Charles E. O ' Connor has capably filled the position of executive secretary of the M.C.A. Being a graduate of the University of Maine, Mr. O ' Connor knows a great deal about the work of the Christian Associa- tion and serves as a splendid example as a leader. Mrs. Morla Timberlake, although a newcomer to our campus this year, has been very successfid as associate secretary. She has conducted a series of arts and crafts groups and has represented the As- sociation on many occasions. We are very fortunate in having two such capable leaders. 252 IVewmaii Hub Front row — Rayniond, Anderson, Sullivan, I ' V. LeTourneau, Wedge, Vose, Dineen Second row — Delano, Healy, Coughlin, Hayes, Kelley, Marcous, Nichols, Bellefleur The Newman Club is an organization of Catholic students and is open to all Catholics on campus. Under the spiritual guidance of Fr. Francis E. LeTourneau, Catholic chaplain and pastor of the Uni- versity of Maine parish, the objectives of the club are to deepen the spiritual lives and enrich the temporal lives of its members through a balanced program of religious, intellectual, and social activi- ties. Bi-weekly meetings are held and lec- tures are given by prominent priests and laymen. Ihe Hillel Foundation is a national society with the purpose of providing religious, cultural, and social activities for all students of Jewish faith. A permanent Hillel Foundation for the State of Maine was recently estab- lished at the University of Maine under the guidance of Rabbi Gerald Engel. Since its establishment it has expanded to include units at the other colleges in Maine. A state conference was held this year in Bangor under the auspices of the Maine chapter. Hillel Foiiniliitlon Front row — Lehrman, Friedler, Miller, Cohen, Shur Second row — Kramer, Aron, Stack, Seavey Editor-in-Chief Alexander M. Adams Business Manager Dana T. Whitman Make-up Editor Lawrence xS. Jenncss The Maine Campus records the news of each week at the University of Maine. It is staffed entirely by students who work voluntarily many hours each week towards publishing the paper. This first postwar year, The Campus added four more pages to standard make- up. With eight pages, more sports and club news could be published. Also, for the first time, a society column was run each week. Cartoons were used as a fea- ture each week, and nuich more photog- raphy appeared. Facing a paper shortage and steadily rising costs, the Maine Campus has still been able to carry on— bigger and belter. Campus Front row — Gorhani, Drumniond, Andrews, Look, Patten, Cowie, Preble Second row — Webber, Fonseca, McDonald, Jenness, Adams, Whitman, Doescher, Jones, Brennan Third row— Swanton, Marcous, Hollingdale, Crockett, Averill, Clark, Garcelon, Leenian, Griffith, Smith Fourth row— Harlow, Snyder, jack, Plavin, Floyd, Marsh, Amsden, Linnehan, Dunn The Pine Needle is the canipiis literary magazine, devoted to humor and campus talent in writing. The Pine Needle, ap- pearing on campus for the first time this year, fills a long standing need for an outlet for literary talent for those Maine men and women with a special interest in story and feature writing. The Needle has also presented an op- portunity for student cartoonists to dis- play their work, as well as several student ])hotographers. Pine IMeedle Front row — Flyiin. Cratty, Whitman. Cvulahy, Patten, Horner Second row — Jennison, Shapleigh, McGouldrick, Haskell. Xadeau, MacDoiiald 255 Front row — liltoii, Crossland, Amos, Smith, Ancicrton. T. Uavis, M. Aciains, Siindntoii, Cioriiani Second row — Wallingford, Ford, Tufts, Hart, R. Adams, Chandler, Bruce, Whitney, Fournier Third row — Scott, King, Berg, Wishart, Treworgy, Works, Schonland, Bod well, C ' lOttlieb. Bachc-Wtig Fourth row — Stanton, Burns, Waitt, Nelson, Folsom, Johnson, V. Totiiian, Bowles, Bickfurd, C. Tot man, Minsky Standing — Stackpole, Mr. Devoe Band The University of Maine Band, with a past record including active service on the Mexican Border and again in France during the first World War, has carried on despite many difficulties. Before World War II, the band was strictly a military organization. During the war, the band was composed of girls, and of AST ' s stationed at the University. At present the band consists of veterans, civilian men and several girls. This year the band has been divided into two groups, the Varsity band, and the R.O.T.C. Band which is composed of men enrolled in the basic training unit of the R.O.I.C. The director of the R.O.T.C. Band is a member of the ad- vanced training course, and this year the leader was Philip Stackpole. Hal Moul- ton has been ihe capable Drum Major. The Varsity band has been under the very able direction of Mr. Irving Devoe and the student conductor, Philip Stack- pole. 256 Orchestra The University of Maine Orchestra, once more approaching its prewar size and standards, holds an important posi- tion in the musical picture here at Oro- no. Under the leadership of its capable conductor, Mr. Stanley Cayting, it has provided a source of finest entertainment to the student body, as well as providing an opportunity for the development of musical talent. The orchestra gives several public per- formances yearly, all of which are well attended. Most important is Music Night, which is presented in conjunction with the other campus musical organizations. Another outstanding affair is Christmas Vespers, one of the most impressive per- formances which University students are privileged to witness. There are other events of note, and in addition the or- chestra plays for assemblies. Phyllis Pendleton has been student conductor this past year. Front row — . vertU, Springer, Doten, Keith, Preble, Stanley, Hobart, Needhani, Lord, Ilayford, Mockler, Mann, Springer Second row — Luce, Frost, Meade, Bell, Ladd, Clifford, Wallingford, Dell, Cornier Third row — Johnston, Ross, Cutts, Ainsworth, Berg, Pettigrew, Plumnier, Tufts, Gotlieb, Closson, Harlowe Fourth row — Chesebrough, Johnson, Nelson, Pitman, Crouse, Campbell, Gorhani, Goodwin, Burrowes, Moulton 257 Front row— Danforth, Kingsbury, Henderson Second row — Johns. Cainpana Phl sics Club Radio Club The Physics Club, under tlie direction of Robert Kingsbury, was reacti ated af- ter three years of being absent from the campus. The objectives of the chib are to maintain a better understanding be- tween students of physics and the facid- ty, and to give understanding of some of the jjroblems to be faced by physicists. The Radio .Society was reactivated last fall. It operates amateur radio-telephone and radiotelegraph transmitters on the ten, twenty, forty, and eighty meter iiands. Contacts with other amateur sta- tions in all parts of the world have been established. Front row — Danforth,, Culpon, Miller Second row — Leech, Haginan, Titcomb, Hamlin Proctors Thirty-five upperclassmcn are selected by the Dean of Men to scr e as rejiresen- tatives of tlic administration in the vari- ous men ' s dormitories on campus. These proctors assist students in all possible ways so that the men in their sections and dorms may live together harmoniously. The proctor group is one of the best sources of student information, because these men are well informed on Univer- sity practices, campus customs, and tra- ditions. Front row — Policy, Eldridge, Mills Second row — McNeil. Foster Senior Residents The senior residents are the direct con- tact between th e ofTice of the Dean of Women and the freshman women on campus. They live with freshmen, act as advisers in helping introduce the girls to college life. Front row — Lambert, Libby, Pierce, Anderson, Titcomb, Crowell, Thompson, Zinchuk, Williams, Ward Second row — Morrill, Weidnian, Presnell, Marsanskis, Worthing, Peterson, Hopkins, Richardson, Curtis, Ward Third row — MacDonald, Bean, Mosher, Colcord, Cushing, Haskell, ' hitney, Craig, Spiller, Gorhani, Trefethen S ' JK TV Wi, ' " " 1 Masque hI ' .rsc:hkl I.. brk:ki;r OIRKCTOR During the war, the Maine Masque has made a second step towards the advance- ment of theatre interest and participa- tion on the campus. The Theatre, grown large in membership (open to both men and women), now provides opportunity lor experience in all phases of drama production, rather than being limited, as formerly, to acting alone. This change has greatly increased the quality of the plays, both as to acting and technical as- pects. ' 46- ' 47 has seen Director Herschel Bricker bringing several very successful jjlays to our stage. First was the current Broadway hit, State of the Union. This was followed by Maxwell Anderson ' s Elizabeth the Qiieen, an ambitious at- tempt for an amateur company. As piece de resistance, the group tried a second Anderson play, his latest, Jonn of Lor- raine. All three were very well received by the student body. Front row— Paulin, Pratt. Lehman, Mr. Bricker. Berger. Philips, Johnson Second row— Doescher, Clement, Hutto, Hart, Hermanson, Salo, Sawyer, Tones Front row— Eldridge, Higgins, Campbell, Roderick, Young Second row — Gordon, Leenian, Sale, Nadeau, Jones Radio (luild The Maine Radio Guild underwent a complete reorganization this year. The Guild gives training and experience to students interested in the various forms of radio work. The Radio Guild spon- sors a weekly radio program over a local station, consisting of skits and lectures. To maintain membership in the Guild a student must have a high scholastic standing and appear in at least five radio programs during the year. Mrs. Mar- jorie Williamson is facidty sponsor. 262 Front row— Wright, Coffin, Col. V ' erinette, Clark, Arlinds Second row — Stanton, Libby, Pratt, GrilBn Men ' s Rifle Team The Men ' s Varsity Ride Team is a part of the Military Department of the University and is sponsored by that de- partment. It is made up of men who have special interests in rifle work and Women ' s Rifle Team The Women ' s Rifle Team was reor- ganized this fall, and the first postwar ma tches were shot by mail. That is, the scores set by this team are sent to the oji- posing team for comparison. Several matches have been held. The girls were instrumental themselves in the reorgani- have displayed unusual abilities with rifles. The Rifle Team holds meets and en- ters contests with other Maine colleges. Maine ' s Rifle Team holds an enviable record for past meets. zation of the team as it was desired by them. Meetings have been held every week. The team, of which Marjorie Grant has been elected manager, has been ably assisted by Major Richard Healy. Front row — Castner, Armstrong, Bond, Maj. Healy, Grant, Fenlason, Cousins Second row — Sibley, Ellingwood, Hiighey, Lubbey, Doore, Mackaye, Carter, Millett ' F I Ht ' H W ' V - S m J W Hl • WW¥ i91 ' tm M. 0. l The Maine Outing Club is one of the most active groups on campus. As spon- sors of the ski tows and other winter rec- reational facilities, interest is keen. One of the biggest projects participated in by the M.O.C. is co-sponsorship of the an- nual Winter Carnival. Regular trips are planned to various spots of interest in Maine. Mountain climbing and canoe trips are only a part of the yearly program. The M.O.C. is governed by the Pack and Pine. It also sponsors other clubs such as the Riding Club. Membership is open to all interested students. TF.l) CURTIS ADVISER 264 r Front row — Castner, Lane, Dow, Sjostedt Second row — LaBarge, Thibodeaii, Bush, Bagley Uiilhiij Cliili The University ' s Riding Club is spon- sored by the Maine Outing Club as one of its annual activities. It is open to any person who is interested in learning to ride or is interested in horses. Mr. Louis Thibodeau is faculty sponsor of this club. The plans of the Riding Club include several week-end trips to points of inter- est in the state. There are also fishing trips carried on annually by this group. 2C,5 Front row — Dr. Runion, Piefce, Kennedy, Brountas, Swan ton, Crocker, Gardner Second row — Gray, Cormier, Crossland, Hean, Graves, Waring, Jenness, Worthing llcbate Club Ihc University of Maine Debating Society is to promote interest in stu- dent debating on campus. An intra- mural debating tournament is held annually, and this year, as a climax to the season, a tour was made of eastern and mid- western colleges and universi- ties. Twelve debates were held on this tour and better than half were won by Maine. All students interested in debating are eligible to try out for the Debat- ing Society. Dr. Howard Runion is facidty sponsor. Contributors ' Club The Contributors ' Clidi is a literary organization designed to promote crea- tive writing at the University. At the bi-monthly meetings the members sub- mit manuscripts for criticisms. Mem- bership consists of students and facul- ty, with the students selected on the basis of interest and ability in creative writing. In addition to discussing the writings of the members the club occa- sionally invites well-known authors to visit the University to speak at meet- ings. Front row — Andrews, Campbell, Mills, Small Second row — Shalek, Evans, Tillem, Haskell, Mosher Women ' s Forum The Women ' s Forum, advised by Mr. ' offorcl G. Gardiner of the Speech Department, consists of women on campus who are interested in de- veloping qualities of leadership and in discussing current world problems. Meetings are held twice a month and faculty members as well as stu- dents speak to the group after which a discussion period is held giving the women on campus a chance to voice their opinions and ideas. Front row — Gallagher, Craig, C ' arter, MacDoiiald, Woodward, Dirks Second row— Bachelder, Tibbetts, Plent, Backer, Hempstead, Cousins Johnston Iiitcriiiitiiiiiiil ItelutiuiiH I ' lub The International Relations Club stimulates interest in world affairs. Bi-weekly meetings with faculty and outside speakers have been well at- tended. In the fall of 1946 the IRC spon- sored a luncheon for Dr. Carl Ham- bro, head of the Norwegian Parlia- ment and one of Norway ' s rej)rcsenta- tives at the United Nations World Peace Conference in Paris. A delegation was sent to Clark Uni- versity this year to attend a conference on international relations. Front row — Mayo, Jordan, Hammond, Vose, Nicholson, Raymond, Hollingdaie, Kllsworth Second row — Averill, Griftin, Leeman, Plent, Mills, Starrett, Kirk, Thompson Third row — Faulkner, Fairley, Galiano, Haskell, OConnell, LaBarge, Hanson, Anderson, MacDonald, Kus Political HrfakluHl I ' lub The Political Breakfast (;iub is de- voted to consideration and discussion of significant current issues. The mem- bers meet each Saturday morning around a pot of coffee and analyze the week ' s news as they munch doughnuts. Occasionally ihe gr()U|) meets of a Sun- day evening at I ' rof. H. B. Kirshen ' s home. Professor Kirshen is the club ' s adviser. Meml)ershi|j is i)y invitation, reasons for selection being interest in national and world affairs, and ability to contribute to group discussion. Front row — Thomas, MacDonald, Mills, Anderson, Jordan, Starrett, Bloom Second row — Galiano, Fougner, Hanson, Vose, Gillis, Haskell, Crossland Political Science Club The Political Science Clui) is a newly formed open forimi group which made its appearance for the first time this year on the Maine campus. Its forma- tion was hailed by those students who felt that a more analytical approach to world problems was needed. Informal bi-monthly meetings are held by faculty members and student discussion leaders. The (|uali(ication for membership is an interest in politi- cal science and lumian relations. Front row— Alex, Vose, Haines, Whittaker, McGouldrick, Fairley, Dodge Second row— Fonscca, Nowak, Hanson, Bcrglund, Pelletier, Flynn, Shore Snyder, T nwers, Skolfield, ? ' -mery Oft Ciiinpus IVIen The OCUMMO was established in or- der to realize a closer relationship be- tween men living off campus and campus life. Through GCUMMO the problems which confront off-campus men are brought to focus and men living off- campus are able to j)articipate in campus activities. Intranuiral teams, bowling leagues, and dances are just a few of the outside activities carried f)n by OCUMMO. A president and a cabinet govern this organization and represent it before the administration. 268 Front row — McGIiiichey, lluzzell, Borkowski, Jones, St. Onge, Carroll Secnd row — Brangwynne, Dirks, Crossland, Xadeau, Staples, Woodsum The Ofl-Caiiipus Women ' s Organiza- tion is an attempt to promote the partici- pation of off-campus women in extra- curricular activities, to broaden the atxjiiaintancesliip they have, and to pro- vide facilities for social contacts. Membership is open to all women stu- Off Campus Woiiien dents not residing on campus, ft is con- trolled by a cabinet with Miss Helen Carroll as faculty sponsor. The group is represented in Vf)men ' s Student Gov- ernment, helping to tie the off-campus women and the campus women more closely together. 269 Q w f y - t K ' 1 K fl Sil mmi E ' , i| lia Front row — Obear, Chapman, Colcord, Spiller, Champion Second row — Brown, Richards, Atkinson, Stevens, Stackpole The student chapter of the A.S.C.E. was organized at the University of Maine in 1894 and holds the distinc- tion of being the oldest departmental club on the Maine campus. Monthly meetings arc held at which ])rominent engineers speak on recent engineering developments i n this field. A. S. M. E. The American Society of Mechani- cal Engineers was organized at the University in 1913 in order to unite more closely those students interested in mechanical engineering. Promi- nent men in the field are invited to give lectures on topics of interest and inspection tours of various plants are taken. This student branch of the . ..S.M.E. is directly connected with the national organization and mem- bership in the did) is open to all stu- dents in the department. Front row— Powers, Cronkhite, Trof. I ' raKeman, Gordon, Tardy. Prof. Watson, Skolfield Second row— Bean, Linehan, Crowell, Bradford, Hall, I.udwig, Campbel Third row— Wallingford, Whitney, Starrelt, Thrclfall, Kittredge The .American Institute of Electri- cal Engineers is an organization for electrical engineering students who are interested in becoming attached to an organization in the electrical engi- neering profession. Meeting periodically to discuss lat- est developments and to hear electri- cal engineers speak on topics of gener- al interest, the organization is open to all students who are interested in elec- trical engineering. Front row — Mack. Coffin, Hoover, Brewer, Davis. Bagley Second row — Savage, Tomko, Steves, Sproul, Hannibal, Culpon Her lleutsi ' lii ' Vereiii Der Dcutsclie Vcrcin was organized at the University in 1904. Siiidents having a high scholastic average in German are admitted to membership. The club under the capable direction of Dr. John Klein aims to promote interest in the German language and cidture. • The meetings, held once a month, arc highlighted with a fall and a spring picnic at Lainoine. A regular feature of the club is a Christmas play in German for the University body. Front row — Cleven, Simpson, Kemp, Easier, Nicholson, Friedler Second row — Polley, Thomas, Grant, Nowak, MacCiouldrick, Lynaugh, Meyer Foreslry IMiib The Forestry Club is open to all forestry students and those interested in wildlife. Meetings are held once a month at which time speakers from the University or professional foresters talk on subjects related to forestry. These meetings also offer opportunity for the informal association of stu- dents and faculty in discussions and friendship. The clid) sponsors a rifle team and assists in the pidilishing of a forestry yearbook. The Maine Forester, which gives information concerning activi- ties of both the winter and summer camp. Front row — Orcutt. Prof. Ashman, Wyman, Clifford Second row — Stanton, Hale, Pratt El Circulo Espiinul El Circulo Espanol was formed to promote an interest in the language and in the customs and peo- j)le of Spanish speaking countries in South America. Membership is ojk ' u to all students interested in Spanish and meetings are held twice monthly. This year activi- ties included an illustrated lecture on Mexico and a dance on the South American theme. Also, numerous Spanish motion pictures have been shown by this club and have been available to all University students and faculty. Front row— Littlcfield, Learn, Packard, Macri, Smith, Anderson Second row — Howe, Lallarge, Fortunes, I-ibby, Panunzio Home Ecuiiomii ' S Club The Home Economics Club was organized to promote interest in the field of Home Economics among the students. Frequent meetings are held at which some of the newest develop- ments in home economics are discussed by leading authorities. Faculty mem- bers and students also lead interesting programs throughout the year. Membership is open to all girls registered in the Home Economics De- partment at the University. Front row — Connors, Perkins. Jones, Thoni.Ts Second row — Doris, Noyes, Haynes JMuderii lluiice Girls who have taken one semester ' s work in Modern Dance with honor rank are eligible for membership in the Modern Dance Club. Members are oted in by present membcrshij). For a year ' s work following a se- mester of apprenticeship, the W.A.A. gives 125 points toward the total points which can be earned. Miss M. Eileen Cassidy is faculty sponsor of this group. Front row — Pendleton, Littlerieid, Palmer, Jones, Craig, Wallace, Ellingwood Second row — Goodwin, Kimball, Buzzell, Castncr, Vaughan, Foster, Small Educutioii Club The Education Club was formed to promote interest in the field of educa- tion and to promote a closer relation- ship between the students and the faculty in the College of Education. The Education Club holds periodic meetings to discuss problems in the field. This year many prominent edu- cators representing munerous branches of educational work have been guest speakers. The club is made up of all students interested in educational work. Front row — Ford, Morton Second row — Bunker, Policy Roderick, Preti, Prof, Watson, Shattuck FIj ' ing Pluli The Maine Flying Club, inactive dur- ing the war years, was reorganized this year under its original charter. A large membership is included this year and numerous activities have been carried out. Many men and women who were in aviation in the armed forces are members and are continuing their flying at a local airport. Prof. Harry Watson has served as facidty sponsor of the Flying Club and has shown an active interest in the work of the club. 273 OUR BRUNSWICK CAMPUS Elcdions look place at the .Student I ' nion, February 17, 1947, and the fol- lowing men were elected to class of- lue: Harold Peasley, President; Jim OToole, Vice President; Lawrence I ' inkham, Setretary; Robert Taylor, Iieasurer. Peasley, () ' I ' oole, and Taylor are on tlie Annex basketball sejiiad. while Pinkhani is well known tor his ar- lides seen in the weekly news|)aper, " The Maine Annex. " These men will work in cooperation with the Student Senate and the Ad- niiiiisiralion. Seated — President, I ' eiisley Standing — Vice President O ' TooIe. Treasnrer Taylor, Secretary Pjnkhani Student Senate The Student Senate was tormed short- ly alter the Freshman got acclimated to his new environment, and got acquainted with his classmates. Senators were elect- ed from each wing of the dormitories and meetings commenced immediately. The Student Senate has done many things to improve conditions on the campus. and a student body, appreciative of their efforts, offers its thanks. The Senate, now carrying on the duties as the governing body for the Brunswick students, has siiper ised the class elections, and has accepted the responsibility for all social activity, a job in itself, here on the campus. Seated — Fogg, Haney, Hopkins, Bragdon, Small, ( " ooper, Olsen Standing— Connolly, Shedd, Beattie, Lyttle, Anderson, IBunker, Shaffer, . llcn Pniclcirs Seated — Barron, Murkland, Simpson, Robinson, Chaskis, Daigle Standing — Brown, Mathieu, Knowlton, Alden, Jones, O ' TooIe, Arseneau The selection of proctors for Bruns- wick presented a unique problem, since the entire student body was composed of first year men. Ordinarily, proctors are chosen from the upper classes. How- ever, it was at last decided to select men from among the incoming frosh, most of them being older than is usually the case. This arangement has proved very satisfactory to everybody concerned. The Maine Forum at the Brunswick Annex is composed of a group of men who are interested in objectively study- ing current problems. The Forum is organized and patterned after the Forum of the Air and the University of Chicago Round Table. Public discussion is held every fortnight and is well attended by the students. The organization has ap- jjroximately thirty members. lUciiiie Furuni Seated — Hayford, Hopkins, Witham, Hickox, Bracey, Martineau Second row — Jones, Higgins, Freeman, Harrington, Hill Third row — Page, Harris, Connolly, Kelleher Seated — Robert Nisbet, Editor-in-chief, Dillon, Grey, W. Xisbet, Lawrence Standing — Shaughnessy, Angis, M. O ' TooIe, Pinkham, Duggan Annex Editorial Staff SPORTS COVERl.RS The students at the Brunswick cam- pus published their first weekly news- paper, entitled TIte Maine Annex, on Friday, the tenth of January, 1947. Staff members decided to pidjlish every week, with the exception of final exam weeks and vacations. Reason for starting the publication was to give students an op- ]5ortunity to gain experience in the art of journalism. , lso there was a strong need for an organ of information devot- ed to the needs of Annex students. Aiiiipx IfiuHiiieHS Staff Seated — Mercier, Robbiiis, Martin, Connolly Standing — Priest, Thorndike, LeClaire, Page, Littlehale NEWSHOUNDS 7 he firsi and subsequent issues were met with acclaim from both the stuclenls and the faculty of the lirunswick campiis and also the Orono campus. The " An- nex " was fortunate in being able to estab- lish its own traditions which may be to the benefit of future students of this Brunswick campus. It has been a great opportunity for those who have partici- jjated in this project to gain pr actical experience in newsjjaper work, also pro- viding futiu-e workers for the Campus. Organized in November, the Photog- raphy Club immediately launched its meetings with lectures on the fundamen- tals of film developing and the correct procedures to follow in taking pictures. Inexperienced members of the club in the past months have learned many fun- damentals of the art of photography. A big advantage to the club was having a darkroom and the developing facilities which the Navy personnel left behind. Photography l lub " darkroom activity ' PACKARD LIBBY Seated— E, Smith, Mcintosh, Olsen, Hill, Packard, Mooradian Standing— Libby, Bean, Comeau, Craig, Dewitt, Russell, Hede. McLaughlin i;iee Club GLEE CLUB ' I ' he Brunswick Radio Club was found- ed in January, nineteen hundred forty- seven. Under the supervision of Mr. Clifford Little, of the Physics Depart- ment, the club is conducting code classes. A project Being completed is the conver- sion of a Navy transmitter for the ten meter amateur band 39. A number of the club members plan to take their ama- teur license examination in Portland during the spring vacation. The club gathers for regular meetings. Standing — Metzgar, Hickox, Smith, Outhouse, Parker, Normand, Thurston, Merrill, Orach, Merchant, Snow, Whitehurst Seated — Freeman, Higgins ' Xsh MSMS Sl Agriculture Club t M i a YC-X- Is »1E »» » Pi fj ? M 1 ■ i ' ♦ 1 ' ' f ■ J. J % " V P Front row — Johnson. Shaw, Knowlton, IJrown, Teague, Varney, Gee Second row — A. C ' ratty, Thurston, Johnston, Hilton, R. Morrow, Whitehurst, R. Cratty, Sweetser, Franchette Third row — Fuller, McCrum, E. Morrow, Baldwin, Red, Priest, Grant, Ghaskis The Agriculture Clul) was organized in [aiuiary. Men taking the Aggie course arc well rejjresented in this Brimswick organization. The meetings are informa- tive as well as entertaining. The club has tried to obtain two speakers to ad- dress each meeting. Movies are shown, discussion is enjoyed, and refreshments are served at the end of the meetings. Interest is vigorous. The Brunswick . nnex Forestry Clidi was organized at a meeting the 17th of January, 1947. The grou]}, closely af- fUiated with the forestry club at the Orono campus, holds meetings on Friday nights, and has had several guest dis- cu.ssion leaders from the University for- estry department. Other guests were State officials and lumber industrialists of the state of Maine. Forestry Club Seated — Orach, Stulpin. Lowe, Ba! b, Fournier, Kentlall, Clark Second row — Beisel. Uoynton, R. Robinson, Nadeaii. MacKinnon, SanRSter, Hinhtower Third row — McLean, Blaisdell, Merchant, Murklaud Masque The Masque of Brunswick has its own ofticers-clcct and is operating strictly on its own, independently of the Orono theatre group. The fact that Brunswick is a non-coeducational campus has not hampered the Thespians. Workers on the campus and wives of the students in the area have very graciously aided in making the productions successful. The first of a number of hits presented was " Room Service. " Mr. and Mrs. Hanson of the faculty have served as very capable directors of the organization, devoting much time to this activity. ROOM Sr.RVlCF. Front row— Thorndike, Edes, Phillips, Withain, Crowell,, Daigle, .Vfetzgar Second row — Valliere, Harris, Lihby, Worrick, N. Smith. W. Nisbet Third row — Mrs. Hanson, Mercier, Kelley, Nason, Haynes, Wall, Page, Percival. Frank Hanson. Director rm v .- -. •: Seated — Mr. Stalsworthy, Mrs. Hanson, Miss Libby, Mr. Raymond Standing— Dr. Bardcn, Mr. Macomber, Mr. Louder Faculty Advisers One of the most important faculty groups on campus is the board of ad- visers. They are the men and women who are ahvays ready and willing to lend a helping hand to any student in need. They are at hand to offer advice and suggestions on any problem relating to college life. UR. MARTIN HEAD OF CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT 282 Under the capable leadership of (Colonel Francis R. Fuller, U.S.A., the University has had an outstanding mili- tary department. Aided by a staff con- sisting of Lt. Colonel Chester E. Classen, Major Francis J. Brophy, and Sergeants Rogers, Rinkaus, Abraham, Detweiler, and Jones, Col. Fuller has had an es- pecially big job. Classes in advanced mili- tary have increased tremendously in size, while the basic classes are also still larger. Many men, upon their return to the campus from service in some branch of the armed forces, have chosen to con- tinue their interest in military work and have shown great interest in the advanced courses offered by the Depart- ment of Military Science and Tactics. This has given a new strength to the ■ Military Department of the University. PORT ARMS 283 f REPAIRS OPERATION The students taking basic military at the University of Maine are very fortu- nate to have so much new equipment to use in the practice periods. During the re(|uired two-year period, the stu- dents learn by doing in actual practice with regulation equipment. Theory is studied in the classrooms and then it is put into use. A complete wireless telegraphy set is part of the Military Department ' s equip- ment. Men learn to operate teletype machines, both sending and receiving messages. They also learn to take the machines apart, make any necessary re- jjairs, and assemble them again. Thus, a man may learn a simple operation whicli oftentimes could help him in a time of crisis. 284 The staff of the Military Department is once again at full strength after hav- ing been quite depleted during the war except for the A.S.T.P. Units stationed on the Maine campus. Many of the pres- ent staff members were serving in an ac- tive brancli of the armed forces during the war. Ninnerous military reviews have been held during the past year. In April, during the National Army Week, the Department held o|)en house when the ])ublic was in itcd to visit and inspect et|iiipmcnt. COL. FRANCIS FULLER OFFICER IN CHARGE Front row — Healey, Fuller, Classen, Brophy Second row — Detweiler, Klein. Abraham, Rinkaus Third row — Rogers, Jones, Maione IBJlMlt-. f » | " W 4 tSMt ZT IK - ' ' j j IIIL. CATALOGUED AND MANIPULATION Willi the government declaring so nitich equipment surplus at the end of the war, college military departments all over the country profited by being able to obtain this valuable training material. The University of Maine ' s Military De- partment was no exception. Considerable space was turned over to the devjartment by University officials in the New Library. There one may see many new jiieces of training material, all manufactured for war but now used in college classrooms in studying mili- tary tactics. ON Tin-: JOB 286 l ' (!J " : ' i59 Jft nHI i igfe? I|v-.f ( ■ ■ " Front row — Bruce, Elliott, Faulkner. Hartley. Higgin.s, Hartley Second row— Condon. Walker, Kriar, Dunn, .Mley, Whitman, .Mercer Teletypes, walkie-talkie.s, and other de- vices are to be seen here. Dining the year students and faculty have shown an adive interest in this equipment which is on display in the Military Depart- ment ' s rooms in the Library. This year saw the reactivation of the Reser e C fficers Corps with the largest enrollment e er. This Corps has aided the regular staff in training and prepar- ing the men in basic military. Although this group has some members in it who are new to the University, most of them were former students here whose educa- tion was interrupted by the war. ir.sriNG 287 cs PHYSICAL EDUCATION FACULTY Front row — Curtis, Wallace, Rogers, W ' ieman, Leiigyel, Jenkins, Kcnyoii Back row— Sezak, Cassidy, Woodbury, Carroll, Allen Front row — Graham, Jones, Donovan, Wallace, Bither, Reilly, Vaughan Second row — Ostrow. Pointer, Stacy. IJenson, Grant, Richardson, Lombard, Bar 1 1 ■ I ■ ■■ ' ■ WIEMAN, WALLACE, ALLEN, JENKINS GEORGE MARSANSKIS Men ' s Athletics Maine ' s second year of post-war ath- letics was truly one of success! A success not necessarily measured in games won, but rather a success in that once again the University of Maine has regained its place of prominence in intercollegiate athletics. Many things have contributed invalu- ably to the administration and success of University athletics of all types, not only the major and minor varsities, but also interfraternity and intramural sports programs— not to forget regular physical education classes. Of the aforementioned factors, the administrati e arm is most important. 290 Theodore S. Curtis, who was a star on Maine basketball teams of the twenties, is Faculty Manager of Athletics. He is the man responsible for all team sched- ules, and he does a veritably wonderful job. Samuel Sezak ' 31 also was a renowned athlete in his undergraduate days at the University. He is Assistant Faculty Man- ager of Athletics, and, like Curtis, is con- cerned mostly with varsity intercollegiate sports. Elton E. Wieman, besides being Dean of Men and one of the greatest names in college football circles, is Director of Physical Education and Athletics. The fact that his job is well done is shown by the coordination of all parts of the University ' s athletic plant. Stanley M. Wallace is head of the De- partment of Physical Education and also trainer for all University teams. Long service in his dual capacity has made of him a legendary figure. Maine ' s coaching staff, in whose reli- able hands lies a great percentage of the fate of our teams, is one of which any- body may be proud. Few universities are privileged to have men like Chester Jenkins, Bill Kenyon, Col. Small, Theo- dore Curtis, Eck Allen, and Joe Zabilski on their staffs. In discussing the University ' s athletics, it is impossible to omit that group of men known as the Men ' s Athletic Board. The most prominent men in Maine ' s sports are members of the board which determines our policies and principles. Much credit is indeed due to these men who keep Maine at its always progressive pace in the current realm of sports. Finally, brief mention must be made of the physical plant which contributes so much to a superb athletic program. , ALUMNI MEMORIAL GYMNASIUM ■ mi L ---■j p n i ' i.i -■ iiiil p 11 ■ H ! _ S i_l! fflisiilM H — r y. Football Coach Eck Allen ' s Maine Bears were a potential powerhouse last fall. Assistant Coach Joe Zabilski ' s line was so fine that opponents sometimes found that net gain was a minus figure. The backs as a group were an experienced lot and often showed this fact to good advantage. MAINE 13-RHODE ISLAND 14 The breaks were the only thing that Maine lacked in losing the opener to an inferior Rhody eleven. The Bears were superior in every department, but fum- bles were very costly. Dombkowski and King teamed up brilliantly in the back- field, as Jackie Zollo led an inspired line. Hut it just wasn ' t Maine ' s day. MAINE 6-NORTHEAS ' IERN 13 For the second Saturday in succession Maine dropped a game due to fate. On several occasions the Maine line, led by Murdock, Marsanskis, and Zollo, paved the way to the goal line, but something always stopped them there. Chief weak- ness seemed to be the lack of a power- house fullback who could grind out that extra few yards. MAINE O-NEW HAMPSHIRE 27 This was the first game played at Oro- iio before the entire student body. It was the only game of the season in which .Maine was outclassed, but the line was strong e en in defeat. Ragonese of New Hampshire showed well in the f)pen field. MAINE 20-CONNECTICUT 21 This came close to being an upset as Maine came within two yards and a lone A S.VniRDAY AFTKRNOON S CROWD 292 Front row — George E. Allen, Coach; Morrill, Higgins, Nute, Benson, Presnell, Burrill, King, Parady, Bunker, Chapman, Stanley Wallace, Trainer Second row — William Irvine, Asst. Coach; Goodwin, Wing, Emerson, MacDonald, Cianchette, Gordon. Hutchinson, Marsanskis, Murdock, McCullum, Hallsey, Ottman, Joseph Zabiiski, Asst. Coach; T. S. Curtis, Faculty Mgr. of Athletics Third row — Barnett. Mgr.; MacPherson, Coulombe, Anderson, Card, Clark, Strickland, Hagopian, Dombkowski, McDermott, Barron, Zollo, Goodwin, Asst. Mgr. point of victory. This against such as Dropo and Trojanowski. Again the Maine line was magnificent— also Domb- kowski. MAINE 4-BATES 7 At the start of the game it looked as though Eck ' s boys were finally going to crash the win column, but Bates ' effec- tive passing attack turned the tables. Burrill, Zollo, and Murdock were excep- tional in the fine Maine line, while Para- dy, King, and Coulombe led a vigorous offensive. MAINE 14-COLBY 6 In a snowing Homecoming Day game, we finally hit the victory trail, driving Colby down into the mud in an easy vic- tory. The line of Burrill, Marsanskis, Zollo, Gordon, Murdock, Cianchette, and Presnell played so well that Colby was JACK ZOLLO LITTLE ALL-AMERICA GUARD KING COULOMBE DOMBKOWSKI HAGOPIAN BUNKER limited to minus thirty inches net gain per try from scrimmage. King and Mac- Phcrson handled the ball superbly in the backfield, and the whole team did a good job on a day in which spectators could hardly see. MAINE 23-BOWDOIN 7 More Maine fans than Bowdoinites as- sembled at Brunswick for the last game of the season. The whole Maine team, • FOOTBALL MANAGERS TALK IT OVER Front row — Coffin, Gibbons, Masse, Gorinely, Shalek, Schmidlin, Corbin, Stone, Murphy, Malloy, Thorndike. Gardner Second row — Beals, Shapleigh, Linton, Kennedy, White, Marden, Peppard, Brunk, Zimmerman, MacDonald, Moore, Collins Third row — Irvine, Pierce, Brown, Coombs, Tsacalotos, Gray, Work, Curtis jr»-n. i lift Ml f fc MARSANSKIS MCPHERSON PRESNELL GORDON NUTE «_ .1 v». f t rp ' m to the last substitute, played extraordi- narily well in whipping the traditional rival. Cianchette and Zollo were in the vanguard of the great Maine line, a wall that allowed Bowdoin almost nega- tive gains. The Bowdoin game ended a season that saw Maine place second to Bates in the State Series, Bates play Toledo in the Glass Bowl, and Jack Zollo receive just recognition as Little All-America. GAME TIME Front row — Coach Sam Sezak, Panarese, DeRoclie, Tamni, Thomas, Rowe, Gardiner, Waterman, Piscopo. Bleakney, Skifiington, T. Sr urtis, F ' aculty Mgr. of Athletics Second row — Asst. Mgr, Goodwin, Griflin, Cayford, Fogler, Hall, Lynch, Ellis, W ' escott, Hines, Davee. Harlow, Partridge, Mgr. Barnett Third row — Frosh Mgr. Jones, Gordon, Shipley, White, Herrick, Sackley, Austin, Fowke, Perkins, Lambert, Fresh Mgr. Emery ' 911 C BURRILI, CARD CIANCHETTE PARADY ZOLLO JUNIOR VARSITY A-SUMMARY MAINE OPPONENT 19 6— Ricker Classical 0— Coburn Classical () I2-Higgins Classical 6 13— Junior Varsity B 6 7— Maine Central Inst, (i 18— Brunswick Annex JUNIOR VARSITY B-SUMMAR MAINE OPPONENT 13 6— Junior Varsity A 7 12— Brunswick Annex joe instructs the linemen Maine ' s great line scores a safety against bates MURDOCK BARRON MCDERMOr: ANDERSON WING LETTERMEN ) oil II Anclcison Donald Barron Norman Benson Dana Bunker Richard Biirrill Co-Captain Donald Card Clair Ciandiette Artlun C:iark I ' liilip Conlonihe Henry Donil)ko Robert Dutton Robert Emerson .Slierwoo l (lordon Martin Hagopian Alfreil Hulchinsoii Emile King Thomas MacDonald George Marsanskis Stephen MacPherson Kdward McDermott George Morrill I ' hillip Miirdock Warien Nute William Ottman Harold Parady Donald Presnel! Co-Captain Garrett Speirs Alan Wing John Zollo Ralph Barnctt Manajrer DEFENDING IHE (;OAI. OnARll-RHACK SNl AK .■: «• .. .. BOVNTON iMAKES A LAY-UP Kasketball Coach Eck Allen ' s Maine basketball squad had a somewhat erratic season, but managed to have an average of bet- ter than .500 at the season ' s close. Their cycle started up, they faltered in mid- season, then finished with a new surge of triumphs. Ted Boynton and Al Burgess were the steadying influences on the team, and their constant alertness accounted for many of Maine ' s wins. George O ' Donnell played magnificent defensive basketball all season and often made the opposi- tion appear foolish with his dashing interceptions. Several other men gave the team the depth of good player ma- terial necessary to a winning combina- tion; Curtis and White, guards extra- ordinary—remember Ben ' s astounding pivot shot, and Charlie Goddard of the nine-mile reach. And Danny Danforth was a high scoring forward. This team produced no individual of star caliber as did last year ' s, but on the other hand they were a better balanced outfit that could play excellent ball when they were not in the psychological rut that was prevalent in some of their games. This rut, however, was smoothed after a time and the I ' ale Blue again played good basketball. None of Maine ' s games went into over- time perifxls, but several of them were close enough to cause plenty of excite- ment. The most memorable of these was the last Bates encounter in which the Bears were underdog, but came from be- hind to down the State Series winners. Maine was second in the State Series and finished the season with nine wins against eight losses. This was a gratify- ing sea.son, but next year should be a record breaker. FRKK BAI.I, Froiil row — Danforth, Curtis, Burgess, Goddard, Boynton, O ' Donnell, White Back row — Gray, Kenyon, Presnell, Poulin, Cosseboom, Kelly, Cervone, Wallace, Allen, Gallagher r% Q ® ' f r VARSITY GAME SUMMARY Maine 77 Maine 81 Maine 72 Maine 38 Maine ()() Maine fi8 Maine 45 Maine 50 Maine 00 Maine 39 Maine 48 Maine 33 Maine 70 Maine 80 Maine 56 Maine fi2 Maine 39 Colby 57 Bowdoin 55 Bates 54 Connecticui 51 Rhode Island 99 Northeastern 56 Colby 52 Bowdoin 47 Bates 68 Connecticut 88 Colby 59 Bowdoin 41 New Hampshire 69 Northeastern 60 Bates 54 Rhode Island 88 New Hampshire 37 MAIN1-. vs. RIIODK ISLAND Front row — Gray, Cervoile, Norwood, Keith, Kelly, Morrill, Gallaffllcr Second row— Kenyon, Mitchell, Hansen, Winn, Lynch, Poulin, Allen Third row— Glover, Trainer, Doinbkowski, MacDonald, Beals, Sinert, Wallace The (V season pnuUiced several very good ball games and even more good ball players. ' I " he Bill Kenyon coached team closed the season with an enviable record consisting of eight wins and four losses. Two ot these losses were to the Bruns- wick Annex, so it might be a good indi- cation of things to come. Al Wing, till his injury, and Keith the Red, led the JV ' s which played as a three-team club, substitutions being by team rather than individually. Lynch, Hanson, Kellcy, and Cervone were steady men and Norton Sinert showed flashes of brilliance. Del Norwood was a de- pendable performer all season. The sea- s(m was very successfid and undoidjtedly trained several men who will be a nucleus for future varsity teams. Maine may well be jjroud of its JV ' s. MAINE GKTS THK TAP jv c;ame summary TWO FOR THE ANNEX Maine 72 Bowdoin 58 Maine 78 Maine Maritime Acad. 58 Maine 45 Colby 46 Maine 71 Brunswick Annex 93 Maine 74 Bates 78 Maine 1?, Maine Central Inst. 66 Maine 45 Colby 44 Maine 74 Bowdoin 50 Maine 58 (;oburn 54 Maine 4(5 BriMiswid . nnex 53 Xfaine fi8 Bates 43 Maine (58 Higgins 64 A BASKET FOR O DONNELL AND A WIN FOR MAINE LETTERMEN Frederick A. Boynton Alan C. Burgess Benjamin A. Curtis Frank W. Danforth, Jr. Charles W. Goddard Robert S. MacDonald George E. O ' Donnell Donald F. Presnell Leon G. White, Jr. Kenneth S. Cossebooni, Jr. John J. Gallagher, Mgr. Irving R. Gray, Mgr. 302 M BEFORE THE JUMP The Unixcrsity of Maine, which has so long been noted lor its ski teams, pro- (hiced one of its greatest this year. A product of Ted Cliirtis ' coaching, led by Jan Willoch and Slim Broomhall, the Pale Hliic skiers ended an undefeated season by doing the impossible when they tame in second in the Intercollegiate meet at St. Marguerite, Canada. Maine was a mere six points behind Middle- bury, winner of the meet. The teams beaten by the Bears in this encounter in- clude such schools as Dartmouth, St. Winter Sports S!C .-1 WILI.OCH AT Rt ' MFORI) CARNIVAL Lawrence, Vermont, McGill, New Hainp- sliire and Harvard. Willoch was the in- dividual star for Maine, winning the cross country, and |)lacing high in the jimi]) and slalom events. Broomhall and Stanwood sliowed well, as did Ber- nard, Roy, and Barr. In addition Maine posted wins in the Bates Winter Carnival, over Bates and Colby, over Colby in a dual meet, and placed sixth in the Mid- dlebury Winter Carnival due to poor practice conditions. Front row — Curtis, Barr, ]{ernard, Chapman, Broomhall, Roy Back row — Newton, Leclair, Stanwood, W ' illoch. Allen TWO c:atc; and a coach A HIT FOR MAIM Kaneball As usual Coach Bill Kcnyon ' s base- ball scjuad had to do most ol its prac- ticing in the fieldhouse. This type of practice leaves a great deal to be de- sired and may well be the major reason why the Pale Blues failed to win last spring ' s State Series. The Bears played a lot of good ball and produced an amazing array of excep- tional players. Throughout the season Gerry Poulin exhibited fine fielding at his third base position and was also a solid base hitter. Harry Angelides was also a standout performer at second, at several times showing the qualities of a major leaguer. The Bears ' pitching was done, for the most part, by Blazing Will Braley who was by far the finest pitcher in the state. Joe Coombs played the outfield in fine fashion and easily was the fastest man on the team. There were other men who added to the power which Coach Kenyon sent into the field, Al MacNcilly, Flash Gordon, Bill Walker and a host of others. , w U. • r- Potentially, Maine had the best team in the state, but the lateness of winter in Orono does not give the Bears a chance to get outside as soon as they should. A summary of the season would not do justice to the squad because in most cases they were ahead until, late in the game, they would have a bad inn- ing and thereby lose the game. As has already been said, this may well be ex- plained by their lack of out door prac- tice. The Junior Varsity squad, hampered by the same drill conditions, had about the same degree of success. Playing against other JV squads and prep school competition, they had about a fifty-fifty season. However, the squad managed to gain sufficient experience to build up a backlog for future campaigns. STRIKE Front row— Gordon, O ' Donnell, Flaherty, Anderson, Boynton, Braley, Angelides, Poulin Second row— Kenyon, Bonville, Cutrules, Perry, Berry, Matthews, Coombs, Hazelton, Chcrneski, McNeilly, DeRocher, Sezak Third row— Tyler, Dow, Creighton, Frazer, Sherman, Borkowski. Haines, Peterson, Hawkes, Benzie, Johnston GOFF, STANWOOD, KENYON, CHF.RNESKI, GORDON. GORDON AT THE PLATE SUMMARY Maine Maine 5 4 Colby Rhode Island 15 1 Maine Maine 7 3 Colby Bowdoin 8 5 Maine 5 Rhode Island 6 Maine 2 Bowdoin 10 Maine Maine Maine 1 14 2 New Hampshire Colby Northeastern 7 10 4 Maine 4 Bates 6 Maine 6 Bates 1 ,,. wm 1 r ...i HE ™ w 1 1 AT THE BALL GAME POULIN, ALL-STATE THIRD BASEMAN € « ff : ' : ' :v- . ' LETTERMEN Roliert Anderson Frederick Boynton Percy Coombs Sherwood Gordon Alvin McNeilly, Capt. George O ' Donnell Daniel Frazier Robert Johnson Paul Dowe, Mgr. Roger Pendleton, Mgr. LVosH Country As usual the University of Maine ' s Chester Jenkins turned out one of tlie finest cross country teams in the U. S. This is no great surprise to those who have followed the Pale Blue cross coun- try teams of the past and have seen the squad place high in national competi- tion year after year. This year ' s har- riers were no exception. Led by Lloyd Blethen, the runners worked hard from the opening day till their last meet, the IC4A. Hampered somewhat by the inclement we ather, the boys still were in shape in time to run a seven place tie for first against Bates. Later in the season they overpowered a strong outfit from New Hampshire. Blethen, among the finest runners in the country, added to his laurels in this meet, as he estab- lished a new University of Maine course BLETHEN BREAKS COURSE RECORD ! Jenkins, Folsom, Johnson, Blethen, Everett, Silsby, Morton, Hoffman 308 record. Hanson, Everett, Silsby, and Fol- som also were well up front. In the State meet, Maine lived up to advarice notices and easily defeated the other three colleges. The New Englands were the next test for the Bears, and they ran fourth behind a powerful Brown University combination. In the IC4A meet the Pale Blue harriers came in eleventh with Blethcn, Silsby, and Fol- EVERETT som doing very well. Considering that the team was undefeated in regidar com- petition and ran very well in the re- gional meets, they had a good season. i- ' ront row — Hoffman, Siostedt, Beaudry, Vennett, Jenkins Back row — Cohen, Knight, Scammon, Davis, Dill 309 m iiS BLETHEN, FIRST IN STATE MEET, FIFTH IN NEICAA, TENTH IN ICAAAA SUMMARY OF MEET SCORES Maine 15 Bates 50 Maine 23 New Hampshire 32 SI AI E MEET Maine 20 Bowdoin 55 Bates 60 Maine Fourth in the NEIAA Maine Eleventh in the IC4A 310 LETTERMEN Lloyd Blftben Ronald Evciclt Elmer Folsoin, Ca])l Robert Hanson Thornlon Johnston Douglas Morton Samuel Silsby Everett Hoffman. M;4i COACH CIllSriK IKNKINS §ggiah. WtC NE: H WE HAllNE MMNE MAINE HAllNE MAilNE MAIWE MINE HAjiNC nt M tai i £ Front row — Silsby, Chapman. Brown. Folsoni, Kinerscn, Heal, Taylor, Davis, Morton Second row — Cote, V ' ennett, Jacoljs, Collins, Marsanskis, Sproul, HiK ins, Dow, Davee, Jenkins Third row— O ' Brien, Hansen, Rogers, Schlotterback, Libby, Robinson, Rowley, Bartlett Fourth row — Spenard, Gerrish, ' Goodwin. Peppard. Bleakney, Parkhurst, Clifford LECLAIR WINNING HIGH HURDLKS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE MEET THE 50-YARD DASH Indoor Track This year ' s indoor track team was one of the best the University of Maine has ever produced. It consisted of several men who could always be counted on for first places as well as depth in each event which gave assurance of the all impor- tant seconds and thirds. Thus we had an undefeated team in 1947. First meet was with Bowdoin, Maine winning this meet 67-50. Features of the meet were Marsanskis ' amazing ham- mer throws, as he defeated his nearest competitor by five feet. Wally Brown ran well in the 300 and Folsom won both the mile and the 1000, while Emerson ' s vaulting carried him up to 1 1 feet 9 inches. In their second meet, against Colby, Maine swept all the first places and finished on the strong side of a 95i 2-25i 2 score. I ' hen came the B.A.A. in Boston, and far stronger competition, but again the Maine performers gave an accept- able account of themselves. The Bears then journeyed to Lewiston where they downed Bates 82-3.5. Again the Maine men swept all the first places and did well all the way. On the following Satur- day, a fa ored New Hamjjshire team came to Orono only to go home on the ?¥ 3R!SpfipiB f ' ? r 1 m if an HI(;M IIIRUI.KS short end of a 79 -5-461 score. Hagopian was outstanding as he broke the field house record in the fifty yard dash, knocking a tenth of a second off the for- mer low. The sh()t|)iit mark was also bet- tered by a fraction— by a New Hampshire man. Ahord Clements cleared 6 feet ly incites to take the high jiniij) and Folsom ran the mile in 4:31.2. Maine easily won the State Meet with the score reading Maine 72, Bowdoin 25, and Bates 20. I he Bears fought hard to wind up their season with a win against Northeastern and they did. This meet featured a great two mile race in which both teams had an imdefeated entry. At the sea.son ' s greatest finish, Maine ' s Doug Morton was still undefeated. The score, Maine 68-Northeastern 49. LETTERMEN .STATE CHAMPION KMKRSO.N Blaine Ucal Ridiai ' cl Bleakney Wallace 15i ' own CJiailes Chapman Alvord Clements John Collins Arnold I)a is Rohcrt Emerson Elmer I ' olsom . tartin Hagopian Cieorge Higgins Foster Jacobs Joseph Ledair CJeorge Marsanskis Douglas Morton Edward Peikins Samuel Silsln Alton SpronI Carroll lavlor Kenneth V ' einiett Wilfred Cole, Nfgr. 313 Tennis Bad weather and a small squad hani- jjered the Bear ' s tennis team this past spring, but Coach Small ' s charges were strong in (juality if not in quantity. The first contest was against Bowdoin and was very close, with the Polar Bears the victors 5-4. Joe Adler, Kilpatrick and Southard played very well lor the Bears, AN AC:E for MAINE ♦ ■■••♦ • ». A » « ,. fc V T 1 ' ADI.l R Al nil NKT but their lack of practice was evident in many |)hases of the game. In their second meet they went down 9-0 to a superior Rhode Island outfit. Labarge and MatDonald did well in doubles and Kilpauifk played his steady smashing game, i)ut was simply overpowered. And in ihe tiiird match Bowdoin again de- feated the Maine squad. The next match brought the Univer- sity of Maine into competition with Col- by and saw Maine get into the winning lial)it 8-1. A return match saw Maine again victorious by the same score. The last two matches were both against the Bates Boijcat and were both won by the Blue Bears. In all the matches won the team played well with Hermann, Kilpat- rick, Labarge, MacDonald and Southard particidarly outstanding. Maine finished the season with second place in the State Series. FORKHAND LEI TERM EN (()sc|)li Aillcr Clavlton Kil|)alri(k IJeiiiaid LaBaigc Robert MacDoiiald Ritliaid Soiilliaid Front row— Campana, LaBarge, Hermann, Kilpatrick, Ailler, Southard Back row— Kaplan, Nichols, Nelson, MacDonald, Small, Curtis, Braen Brunswich Football The Brunswick Annex athletic pro- gram got off to a flying start this fall as the institution fielded a fighting grid squad that enjoyed a liighly successfid season. The late opening of school, in mid-October, which left very little o])- portunity for practice, plus a good MMA team prevented the Annexeers from be- ing undefeated. They improved rapidly and closed a short schedule with a record of three wins and one defeat. Creditable performance, what? The outstanding linemen were Gates, Oddi, Robinson, Adams, and Redman. A year from now these men will be on the home campus, ying for Varsity berths. Present stars may take notice of an expected influx of prime talent from the Annex, eager to make a name for themselves in real competition. The backfield forces were led by fast stepping Reggie Lord, who will bear plenty of attention when he steps on the gridiron as a varsity ] erformer. Front row— Purinton, Leonard, Saltzman, Hanson, Brown, Redman (Co-Cant.), Sniall, Goddard, Olsen Second row — Mgr. Grey, Miller, McNabb, Fletcher, Cates, Oddi, Hanson. Walker, Knowlton, Hayes, Martikainen, Smith Third row — Mgr. Packard, Lord, Mnrkland, Emery, Larrabee, Stevens, Turmelle, McBrady, Bean, Adams (Co-Capt.), Smith, Asst. Coach Halkyard, Coach Raymond, 316 Coach Kaytiioiul, Co-Captains Redman and Adams, Assistant Coach Halkyard Athletic Director, head coach of foot- ball and of baseball, as well as assistant coach of basketball at the Annex, Bob Raymond is a graduate of Springfield College, the class of ' 37. After gradua- tion he coached basketball and baseball at Harwick High in Massachusetts for several years. His teams were all out- standing, his baseballers viniiing three titles. He also serxed in the Navy Phys Ed Program before coming to Brunswick. Bob is capably aided in his duties at the . nnex ijy Joe Zabilski, a prewar star at Boston College; he made no small name for himself as Eck Allen ' s assistant at Orono last fall, and now is adding to that name in his new position at Bruns-. wick. Head Table, left to right — McAvoy, I ' rench, Sebastenski, Raymond, Wieman, Halkyard, Grouse, Allen, Zabilski Facing Camera — Mgr. Saltzman 317 Basketball In its (list year, the Annex Basketball leaiii, coached b Joe Zabilski and Bob Ravniond, bagged fifteen stiaiglit iti an undefeated campaign. Tliis grouj) of fointeen all-Maine hoopsters piled up a ei impressive point a eragc of seventy- six to their opponents ' fittvoiie. No indi- idual j)roposition. tlie scpiad ' s biggest asset was its abilit to cooperate in the finest tradition of team play. Equally capable players were alternated during the season, with no group starting two games in a row. Only once was the team pressed for victory, and that by a strong MCI squad. THE,STA1I.SII(:S ANNl X Ol ' I ' ONKNT 7; ' ) 61 -Bates } ' 70 .52— Maritime Academy 81 4.?-Bowdoin ] 60 30-Brunswick High 78 49— Hebron Academy 72 .5.5— Bowdoin J ' 93 71-Maine J ' 90 57— Coburn Academy 51 50— Maine Central Institute 69 47-CoIby JV 89 59— Higgins Classical 81 44— Maine Central Institute 53 46-Maine JV 101 71— Hebron Academy 72 32-Hebron Academy 1 141 767 Front row — Mgr. Thrush, McCormick, Osgood, Taylor (Capt.), Somerville, pegert, Connolly, O ' Toole, Hopkins, Mgr. McCruni Back row — Coach Zabilski, Mgr. Saltzinan, Anderson, Redman. Goddard, Peasley, Zdanowicz, Feeney, Asst. Coach Raymond 318 FANCY SHOOTING SHOTS OF i;ndi:ff.ated ANNEX Track First row, seated — Man-, JJatcs, Murkland Second row, seated — Hughes, Lowell, Humes, Turmelle, Oddi, Gates, Rcdtnan, Cole, Alden Third row — Coach Zabilski, Asst. Coach Hamni, McDonald, Ingalls, Lyttle, Orach, Brown, Mgr. Arseneau The Annex Track Team, coached by Joe Zabilski, assisted by Phil Hamni, looks forward to a successful season. Among the track candidates are three men who placed in the Bowdoin-Maine (Orono) Meet: Cole, who won the dash, and Gates and Hume, both of whom ])laced in the hurdles. The team worked out during the winter in the Annex gym, and at the local high school track. Coach Zabilski expects to develo|) a fine array of talent to send to the Orono campus next fall. Oddi, Aldcii, Tuiincllt, Brown Brcwtl, ' lurincllc, Aldcn, (-)(l(li 320 HAWKES CAPT. RIPLEY Winter Sports ' 1 he BUMS, the Brunswick University of Maine Skiers, was formed early this season as a combined ski ckib and ski team. During the season the club made frequent trips to surrounding slopes in the neighborhood and participated in a number of meets, chief of which was the BUMS-Portland-Edward Little Meet, the BUMS winning both the downhill and slalom events. They scored fifteen points to their opponents ' eight. For the most part, however, the BUMS were pretty in- formal. Plenty of fun was enjoyed by the members in addition to the glory they won on the slopes. Definite plans are under consideration for making the organization permanent. Cliff Little of the faculty served as secretary of the club and deserves much credit for his services. SHAFFER MAYBERRV X5 Women ' s Athletics MISS HEl.KN A. I.F.NGYFI. DIRECTOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR WOMEN MISS MARION E. ROGERS ASST. PROFESSOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION MISS M. EILEEN CASSIDY INSTRUCTOR IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION MISS HELEN J. CARROLL INSTRUCTOR IN PHYS1C:AL EDUCATION Seal Au ard I he highest athletic award given to women on the campus is the University seal. It is of Maine blue felt with the University seal embroidered in sterling silver. Only a very few girls are able to win this award, since one of the qualifica- tions is the accumulation of at least 1125 WAA credits, and this is no easy task. What is more important, however, is the fact that they must have met the qualifications in spirit, service, scholar- ship, and activities, in addition to athletic accomplishment. After meeting these requirements, every girl must be passed by a Committee composed of the WAA Executive Board plus the head of the Women ' s I hysical Education Depart- ment, then voted on by the WAA coun- cil. Girls who receive the award usual- ly have been chosen to All-Maine teams and have served in executive capacities on the WAA council and also on special conunittees. Thus, wearers of this seal are to be respected for their outstanding achie ement and the winning of a seal is to be recognized as a worthy goal. Seal winners during the year 1946-47 were Nora Chipman, Evelyn Foster, Fay Jones, Morna Kimball, Barbara McNeil, and Pauline True. EVELYN FOSTER BARBARA MCNEIL FAY JONES NORA CHIPMAN PAULINE TRUE MORNA KIMBALL 323 Front row— Drummond, Andrews, McXeil, Foster, Crossland, Rae. True Second row — Goodwin, Kimball, Buzzell, Spain, Noyes, Grouse, Kittredge, Gammell Third row Perkins, S. Castner, Stanley. Friedler, Mills, Easier, Mitchell, Cates, Jones W.A.A. Council riie VVoineii ' s Athletic Council works to administer an active intramural pro- gram ol athletics for all women. It con- sists of an executive staff, class leaders, managers, and the jjresidents of the vari- ous dance clubs. Other activities of the WAA Council include the sponsoring of the Penny Carnival, working on Winter Carnival, ])icnics for freshmen, and the play days with high schools and colleges. H W Club The Women ' s " M " Club is made up of all girls who have received their varsity letter for having accumulated a minimum of 375 points by participation in intra- mural athletics. The " M " club members serve as officials at other women ' s ath- letics games, especially intranuiral. They also have charge of any games played between the Maine teams and other college teams. Front row — Jones, Bruce. Kimball, True, Borkowski, Andrews Second row — Woodsum, Buzzell, aughan, Tibbetts, Garcelon, Hammond Third row — Cates, McNeil. Dennisoii. Gamniell. St:irrett. Easier Andrews, Ray, True, Strong, Chipman, Crouse, Vaughan, Kimball, Foster, Brown, Jones All i 1iiiiic Horhi ' j Team The All-Maine Hockey Team is an honorary varsity team made up of 11 of the most outstanding players from the four classes. It is quite naturally consid- ered a great honor to be chosen a mem- ber of this team, as it is the highest recog- nition given to a girl who participates in hockey. Members of the team arc chosen by a special committee made up of class leaders, team captains, and the faculty adviser. They must later be voted upon by the members of the WAA Council. Choice is made on the basis of playing ability, sportsmanship, cooperation and technique. Ilorni riianip itiiskelliall The Colvin Hall basketball team, paced by the sparkling sharp-shooting of Jan Spiller and Caroline Randlett, defeated a stubborn West Hall sextet to win the interdorm basketball tourna- ment. In addition to the smooth work- ing combination of Spiller and Randlett, the Colvin team had a wealth of excellent players in Barbara Vaughan, captain and donn manager, Kay Mills, Valerie War- ren, Marilyn Daigle, Rita Flynn, Barbara Gammell, Kay Kennedy, and Nancy Doore. For the losers Jean Dennison, Tillie Lafferty, Barbara McNeil, and Evelyn Foster were outstanding. The basketball record of Colvin Hall listed victories over East Hall, Balentine Hall, the Elms, South Estabrookc, and Off-Campus teams. Front row — Spiller, Warren, V.iushan, Gammell Back row — Childs, Flynn, Mills, Daigle Front row — Haines. Ray, Chipman. Foster Back row — Jones. Warren, Brown It is truly unfortunate that the team conijM)se(l of senior women, had to play so often this year without a complete number. This hampered them a great deal in winning their games, despite the fact that they had an outstanding team. These senior girls, with Nora Chip- man as captain, have shown a keen skill and spirit that comes with playing to- gether for four years. Junior Hucki ' ) ' Being champions of this year ' s hockey league ]juts the 1946-47 junior team in the women ' s sports spotlight. It took a combination of skill, speed, and team- work to win this title from the three other teanis, and the juniors certainly had a large share of each. The season spelled one of unusual success for this team witli three wins, two ties and no losses. This group demonstrated its sportsmanship and enthusiasm as well as its keen ] laying ability throughout the season. In former years the team has made good showings, winning the Hat Game both freshman and sophomore years and standing high in the league for those years. This team can certainly I)e jjroud of its fine record. Front row — Bruce, Andrews, Uachelder, True. Gates, .Adams Rack row — lUirrill, Kimball, Dennison, Tibbetts, Vaughan Thornton, (rossland, Ganimell, Mitchell, deRoza, Ellsworth, Bellefleur Sn|ilioninre Hnckey The Soplioinore class ol ' this year had a great enthiisiasni for hockey, as shown by the fact that there were more girls out for the sport from this class than from any other. The score books might give the impression that the sophs had a rather unsuccessful season. Actually, the girls don ' t look at it in that way. They enjoyed the games and showed they had what it takes in spirit, sportsman- ship, and fight. Even in the Hat Game which the Frosh won 2-0, the Sophs put on a good show and gave a fine display of skill and teamwork. This team, with Thelma Crossland as captain, tied the seniors for third place in the final stand- ing of the tournament. Fri ' sliiiuiii Hockey It didn ' t take long for this year ' s freshmen to becfmie keenly interested in their class hockey team. Headed by cap- tain Caroline Strong, it succeeded in winning the all-important Freshman- Sophomore Hat Game, and placing second in inter-class tournament. The freshmen may well feel proud of their record. It is evident that the team is destined to go far in the next three years. Front row — Heald. Dartneli, Strong, Millington, I ' ratt Back row — Arnold, Friedler, Dennison, Mollison, Litchfield Front row — Haines, Mills, Easier, Foster Back row— Warren, Ellingwood, Boynton, Cousins, Burrill Si ' iiiur Itiiskftbiill The senior basketball team had a most successful season, losing only two games, one to the sophomores and one to the juniors. The loss of these two games was a bitter disappointment for the girls be- cause theirs had been a championship team for several years. Four years of playing together as a team, working out plays and perfecting technique showed up to advantage in these senior games. Barb McNeil was captain of this year ' s team. Juiiiiir Kiislii ' tball The juniors are either lucky or very good all-round players. This team holds the 1947 championship in basketball, as well as the championship in hockey. The reader himself may decide just what the juniors have— luck or skill. Whichever it is, they have enjoyed all the games and the fun that went along with them. One great advantage this team had was a number of excellent athletes who were able to change from one position to an- other with great ease, playing equally well as forward or guard. The toughest opponents the juniors had to face were the seniors, and the former had to work hard for every point they got. In spite of all this plus a lack of height, the juniors completed the season with most of the banners and trophies. Front row— Tibbetts, Bond, Bachelder, Kimball, Perkins, Adams, Andrews, True Back row— Bruce, Buzzell, Stanley, Tibbetts, Dennison, Vaughan Front row— Richardson, McLaughlin, deRoza, Crossland, Ellsworth, Bellefleur Back row— Hilton, Mitchell, Gammell, Thornton, Zelenkewich, Flynn, Rancourt Sii|ihoiiiuri ' Hiislii ' lbiill The 1947 Sophomore basketball team had a rather poor season, if one counts the winning of games as sole indicator of success. The girls don ' t look at it that way, however, tor they had a lot of fun, and enjoyed playing their games fully as much as if they had won them all. Furthermore, they did beat the previous- ly undefeated junior team in the biggest upset of the season. That alone would have been enough to keep Soph spirits high. Fi ' i ' .sliniiiii Ittisht ' tbiill The Freshman girls displayed such a wide-spread interest in basketball this year that it was possible for that class to have four separate teams at the begin - ning of the season. The girls played a good brand of ball which spoke well for their previous training and gave evidence of what they may be able to do in the future. The team this year chalked up a record of four wins and two losses. Front row — Heald, Dartnell, Laverty, Carr, Millington. Rankin Second row — Arnold, Pratt, Mollison, Dennison, Moulton Back row — Pettee, Friedler, Strong, Burgess, Litchfield From row— Flyiin, Foster, Marion Rogers. Helen Lengyel, Eileen Cassiily, Helen Carroll, Baclieltler, Richardson Second row— Laverty, Buzzell, Jones, Arnold, I ' ratt, Tilibetts Back row- Dennison, Strong, Friedler. Litchfield, Kimliall, Zelenkewich Archery Almost any time during the spring and fall, archery enthusiasts can be seen shooting at the targets set up down on the athletic field by the Women ' s Field House. In the winter, the targets and other equip- ment are taken u]) to the Women ' s Gym where s]K ' cial ranges are set up. Provision is made for the girls to come in and shoot during spare periods. Girls interested in archery were particularly fortunate this year in having an ojjportunity to take special instruction from Lou l,ituri who donated several hours every Friday afternoon. , n inter-class archery tournameiii is held each year; the winner is awarded a silver trophy. Last year ' s winner was Betty Armstrong. Maine archers also take j art in the National Intercollegiate 7 " ele- graphic ' rournamenl. I ' lij siral Eiliiralinii IVIiijiirs This ear, lor the fhsl lime in the historx of the Lni ersil of Maine, Physical Education has been offered as a major for women. UpjK ' rclass as well as Freshman women have shown great interest in the new set- up, in spite of the fact that it has not been organized as a snap course as Physical Education courses are so often labeled. Besides their many Physical Education subjects, majors must take many arts and science courses such as Sociology, Psycholo- gy, Education, Biology, Anatomy, and Modern Society, to mention only a few. Among the Physical Education courses offered are Techniques in Play and Game Activities, Team Sports, Gymnastics, Modern Dance, Apparatus and Tumbling. A few of the advanced courses are Meth- ods in Sports Activities, Modern Dance and Gymnastics, Health Edu- cation, and Organization and Ad- ministration of Physical Education and Athletics. Ada l.uuU. l.;inc:ister, liaiU.v, l. iiftuali. , l.iuir Hf|Utirf lliiiiriiiii Tliis year Square Daiiee C liib has been more active than ever before in the six years of its existence. At- tendance at tlie Tuesday evening sessions has averaged nearly 100 persons, and has sometimes reached a peak of 200 dancers. Eligibility to this group is based on cajjability, attendance, ability to call dances, and cooperation. Actu- al membership is by invitation only. The addition of a new public address system has been of great value in calling the dances. Now the strains of " I ' oj) Goes the Wea- sel " and " Turkey in the .Straw " can be heard in all parts of the Women ' s Gym, as the dancers swing their partners, dos-a-dos and chasse down the middle. Miss Rogers has been facidty ad- viser and Shirley Castner has been president of the Square Dance Club this year. Front row — Mollisun, Lockhart, Stewart, Spencer Second row— G. Castner, Elliiigwood, Palmer, S. Castner, Cousins. Mills, Carr, Richardson Third row — Haines, Garcelon, Roberts, HastinRs, Crockett, Pratt, Carle, Clement, Marsh Fourth row: Mushrow, Gray, Greenleaf, Hawkes, Jack, Patten. Fowles, Chadwick, Andrews, Ducklin, Anderson li ' Mit r.iw— l- ' rifdU-r. Strung, GanuilcU, ' aughan. Kittri-dge, Jones rcdiul row — lUizzell. Kindiali, Richarilson rliird row — . rnol I. Klynn il.H k row — Fraser (iirls Tumliliiiii All girls who were interested in having a lot of lun, plus exercise, turned out for iiunliling early in November. Ihe (lul) was newly organized this year, and was open to all interested girls. Meetings were held one evening a week at which time stunts such as pyra- mids, li ing. and twosomes were devel- ()|)ed. Last year, as an informal tmnbling group, the girls jjresented a program for I he Penny Carnival, and this year, at |)ublic request, they appeared again, in a new and more highly developed per- formance. TIES LENDING A HAND TO CREATIVE ARTS BONNIE AND CONNIE a or ' s ranipaic|ii FRONT— GOFF, JOHNSON, WINSHIP STANDING— MILLIKEN, BARNF.TT One of the outstanding features of the year was the annual mayor ' s campaign. Before the war this campaign was held every year, but last year was the first time in some while that the cani|)us saw its students carrying on a mayoralty race. Candidates included John Goff, Doug- las Johnson, Robert Winship, Ezra Milli- ken and Ralph Barnett. While Goff was diving off the Orono bridge over the Stillwater, Deacon Johnson was visiting the governor in Augusta and seeking his support while his free taxi service carried the Maine co-eds on errands. Bob Win- ship was busy eating live goldfish at Estabrooke and swimming the Stillwater, Ralph Barnett was bicycle riding on the field house roof, and Ezra Milliken was lounging through his classes clad in his nightclothes. ASLEEP ON THE JOB LOY. L BACKING SWIMMER WINSHIP The College of Agriculture played an iiTij)()riant role in the mayor ' s campaign by gi ing generously of their tractors, horses, and wagons for street parades and exhibitions. I ' he New was the scene of the bitterly contested battle as the five candi- dates presented their platforms to the voting students on the last night of the race. Bands played to the tune of cam- paign songs, and the campus took on the atmosphere of bedlam. . s the newly elected mayor, John GofI presided over Maine Day activities and started off the afternoon ' s sports events. The Maine camijus settled down again, knowing that all was well and the new ina)f)r would vu v. wisely over the stu- dent bods. FROM SHOWER TO CLASS GOFF BANDWAGON Gorr % ORIENTAL BOOGEY " and I PROMISE, IF ELECTED . . . " mayor CiOFF SI ' EAKI HIGHER AND HIGHER DOWN, DOWN WINNER TAKES ALL . IVIaine Hay Maine Day is one of the most familiar events on the campus for all alumni and students. 1 his is the time when all the students turn out en masse to clean up the campus and give it a general spring sweeping. Trees are jjlanted, roads arc swept, and many other things are done to dress lip the grounds and buildings for sum- mer and June graduation. Maine Day is an entirely voluntary plan whereby the students and faculty take a day off classes and settle down to several hours of work. Iliis is one ol ilie SWEEPING ROADS IN MF.MORIAM . .. ' » ' iiiiportaiu events which was carried on in the usual Maine tradition even during the war. Through the cooperation of local contracting and construction companies, tools— shovels, brooms, axes— arc bor- rowed to carr oiu the projects. In the aliernoon there is a baseball game, tennis matches, and a golf meet with some othei college. In the evening tlie faculty ])resents brief skits, vocal selections, and other forms of entertain- ment for tlie students. FUTURE FARMERS " .STATE SUPPORT . . . " . AS WE GO MARCHING . Hundreds of Maine students, free from class work for a day, turn out to work on some of the numerous proj- ects planned for Maine Day to clean up and beautify our campus. Clean- ing buildings, planting trees, cleaning up parking areas, working on tennis courts, these are just a few of the proj- ects carried out on this day of days at Maine. According to the old Maine custom, the newly elected camjjus mayor starts off the work projects as all the stu- dents gather on the broad green in front of the New Library for final instructions. THE MAYOR OPICNS rAINK DAY WORK President Hauck reading a dedication during a Maine Day tree planting ceremony One of the most constructive parts of the annual Maine Day is the plant- ing of numerous trees and shrubs on all parts of the campus. Grcmps of students go out under the direction of one of the members of the- Forestry Department and plant trees in ac- cordance with an o ei-all plan for campus planning. Many students have returned and cast many a fond glance at a tree or shrub they helped plant on a Maine Day when they were students on the campus. 1 THINK THAT I SHALL NEVER SEl A POEM LOVELY AS A TREE . . . " Winter Carnival The Winter Carnival, usually held during the week end of the third week in February, is one of the highlights of the college year. A carnival is only as good as the program, and Maine ' s cannot be surpassed. Snow sculptures abound as all fraterni- ty houses and dormitories go all out to win first place in the contest. This year Delta Tau Delta received first place with Iier sculpture of Maine ' s Bear trying to remove Rhode Island ' s Ram from its pedestal. Since the week end game is usually with the Rhode Island team, this was most appropriate. " fill the steins " BANANAS Tied for second place was Oak Hall with a most unusual sculpture of the Bear and Lambda Chi Alpha with a bar- rel and a bear sitting on top. Honorable mention went to Phi Kappa Sigma with her snow image of a popular song. This was done with the extra benefit of music played at regular intervals in the back- ground. Five candidates are nominated for the title of carnival queen. The favorite is elected and announced, with an elaborate coronation ceremony at the Carnival Ball. Other features of the carnival are the outdoor sports events. Skiing, skating, slalom— these are just a few of the many winter sports events which one may participate in during Maine ' s Winter Carnival. THE WINNERS MCNEIL, MAROOUS, I.IBBY, SCALES, CI.EVEN READY TO GO Winter Carnival— snow, skiis, skating, sleighs, sculptures, Rhode Island game, no classes, and the Carnival Ball. PERFECT JUMP THE SKI TOW w JP» % FORMER Ql ' F.EN BETTY PERKINS CROWNS QUEEN POLI.Y MARCOUS THE WHOLE FAMILY , Queen Betty Perkins, last year ' s Winter Carnival ruler, crowned Queen Paulie Marcous as a climax to the Carnival Ball. OPEN THE DOOR, RICJHARD f ' 9 President ' s Reception to On very few college campuses the size of Maine ' s is tfiere the close relationsfiip between students and administration such as we enjoy lierc. As evidence of this is the program for Freshman Week. Every fall during the first week on cam- pus the freshmen have the opportunity to meet those people who are largely re- sponsible for the smooth operation of the University. One of the highlights of this period of orientation is the Presi- dent ' s reception to the incoming fresh- men. Freshmen All nieinbcrs of the freshman class are invited to drop into the President ' s House for a pleasant evening during that week. Informality is in order, and for the first lime the members of the fresh- man class are made to feel at home with the Deans and the President. This is one of the most valued traditions of the Uni- versity. Besides I)eing a place to meet members of the adniinislraiion, faculty and their wives, this is one of tlie first oj portunities for newcomers on campus lo meet each other, as well as some of the campus leaders. Class Day C;ia,ss Day ai the University is one of the highlights of a student ' s college ca- reer. To start off commencement week the All-Maine Women, with the Wom- en ' s Phy sical Education Department, pre- sent a pageant in recognition of the graduating seniors. Miss Rogers, Miss Cassidy, and Miss Lengyel supervise this part of commencement. As an ideal setting for a spring event, the pageant is performed on Coburn Cireen, between Coburn and Fernald Halls. Colorful costumes and original scripts add much to this ncvcr-to-be-for- gottcn experience for the seniors and their guests. Another important part of Class Day is the presentation of class parts. These jjarts, awartled earlier in the s|jring to outstanding members of the graduating class, are the last time for the seniors to gather in a not-too-formal meeting and share their (ollege experiences with fel- low degree reci|)ients. v 2|. rnmmeni ' ement Coiiuiiciucniciu is llif dual exercise [or all sliulcnts. It is the last lime when all tlie nieinbers oi the senior class gather together as members ol the sliident bod of the University. It is the goal towards which ever student has been working lor lout years. With the close ol I he war. the graduat- ing classes are made u ) ol men and women who were originalh members of classes which gradnaied three and four vears earlier. Ihc ' si e of the- classes is swelled by lornier members of classes all the way from 1940 to 1945. Among the most anticipated parts of the entire commencement jjrogram is the announcement of the winners of the aliinuii watdies. Every year a watch is given by aliinini to one of the most out- standing men and one of the most out- standing women in the graduating class. I ' hese watches are given for service ren- dered to the Univcrsitv bevond liie usual work done. Graduation is not only a time for seniors to receive their long-sought de- grees. It is also a time for former stu- dents to return to campus for class re- unions, a time to renew numerous friend- ships among fellow graduates and faculty members, a time to observe the many changes which have taken place since that day in June when they were graduat- ing seniors. Another feature of commencement is the conferring of honorary degrees upon men and women who have exhibited mi- usual ability in their sjiecial fields ot en- deavor. It is a time for honoring those citizens, both alumni and non-Maine men and women, with academic recognition. 3.52 Editor s ote A yearbook, like anything else, is the result of the combined efforts of many people working untiringly. The 1948 PRtSM is no exception. The staff working this year have freely given their time and ideas to make the 1948 PRISM t he largest annual ever published by the University of Maine. With an increased enroll- ment and a completely new campus at Brunswick, the job they had was especially large. To each of the staff members I want to say " Thank you " for the fine work you have done. If the students and friends of the University enjoy reading our book as much as we have enjoyed putting it together, it will have served its purpose. A word of thanks is also in order to Mr. Roy W. Libby, super- intendent of the University Press, and his capable staff. They have never hesitated to do anything for us, and their suggestions have been a constant source of encouragement and help. Likewise, the work done by the Registrar ' s office staff has been most helpful. Suggestions and work by the Brunswick administration. Miss Therese Dumais of The Brunswick Campus, James Garvin, staff photographer, and others is appreciated. To Connie Howe, Rip Haskell, Dave Simpson, all assistani editors, and to Bill Anderson, business manager, go my thanks for the many hours they labored so that we could have a 1948 PRISM. It has been a pleasure to work with them. Bryce V. Lambert, Editor 1948 PRISM 353 - ' ♦■, ' ■ ' ' Wrti pH ' ' ' ' PPij A B " . ... . -H- g. " .I ' fc -; ' ■ ' ■ ' .?.»■, 1 .JBI, R. kH - 1 ' m w ixm 4i.4 .-I B- , t . yt im Advertising PACE Bangor Baking Co 394 Bangor Furniture Co 396 Bangor Supply Co 395 Bellevue Hotel 399 Besse System, The 39g Bragg, N. H. Sons 395 Brockway Flower Co 397 Brown White Paper Co 398 Burnham Drug 393 Caldwell Sweet Co 397 Chapin. Arthur Co 395 Coffin, M. L. Co 4Q0 Craig the Tailor 402 Crowell Lancaster 394 Cunningham, F. V. Sons 39I Cunningham. T. VV. Inc 395 Dakin ' s 907 Dillingham ' s 4Qr, Dunning. R. B. ft Co 3g ' 8 Eastern Trust Co goQ Fairmount Cleaners 393 French. M. L 394 u ' " T ' " ' ' . „ V. ••■■■■• ' 398 Hopkuis, A. R. Corp g ' j Home Plate qo Jones Sea Food Market 398 Lancey House 009 Lynch, M. X: Co 007 Maine Plumbing Heating Co. 400 Merchants National goq Merrill Trust aaa Milliken romlinson Co onn Moon Smith an,. Modern Studio, The a Murphy Motors 4«n Newhaii, Ted ;:::::;:;::;: Zt Nichols ' Drug Store q, Paramount .„. Park ' s Variety ,„, ' ' = " ' » ' ■ ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . 409 Penolxscot Shoe Co , „2 Penobscot Transportation Co., The . . oqa Pratt, Donald Co 5 Rice, C. H. Co H ' Rines Company, The Tar Robinson .- Kelley j n Sargent, Herbie ] " " Savage, C. H, Co " Sears, Roebuck Co q " Spruces Sklar ' s, Ben 397 Sutton ' s 398 Swift ' s 398 T Kcashstore ' ■ ' ■ ' ' ■ ' ■ ' . ' .:: ' .:::::::: ' .: ' ..:: 397 University Store Co ' Utterijack Gleason ' . ' . ' . ' . ' .. ' . lal Virgin ' s Weslinghoiise tql Vorccster Engra ing Co f xf 385 Member Federal Reserve Bank Young men and women will always find this banking in- stitution interested and help- ful in their business progress. Responsibility is reflected by a checking account, which is also a factor in establishing credit and standing. The Merrill Trust Company With thirteen offices in Eastern Maine Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 386 ke limmSITl STORE COMPAM R. B. DUNNING CO. 1835 1947 Headquarters for QITAHTY BUILDING MATERIAL DlSlRllUnORS FOR Masury Paints k Varnishes Johns-Manville Products U. S. Gypsum Products American Radiator Company Standard Sanitary Company Plumbing Heating Materials Myers Vater Systems Hot Point Ranges, Water Heaters and Refrigeration 54 - fi8 Broad Street Phone 6461 BANGOR, MAINE m WE know intimately and from long experi- ence the needs of the man who requires commercial banking facilities. In this respect, we are business men as well as bankers. You Avill find our counsel sound and fully cooperative— our ser- vice prompt . . . friendly . . . efficient. May we not soon have the pleasure of receiving your first deposit? MERCHANTS OF BA:[VG0R FOUNDED I850 MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM AND FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. 389 EASTERN TRUST AND BANKING COMPANY 2 S 1 ATE ST. BAXC.OR With $200,000.00 Capital $1,1 42, 000. 00 Surplus and Undivided Profits Earned Offers to its Patrons Every Form of Banking Service COMMERCIAL TRUST - BOND - FOREIGN EXCHANGE - SAVINGS SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS offk;er,s Wn.I.IAM V. NKWMAX, I ' rcsident HARRY A. I.n ri.EKIEI.I). kc I ' lesiilenl aiul Irciisiiier KARI. R. I ' HII.BRICK. Senetaiy aiul Iriist Offiiei I.INW ' OOn r. C.Ol-FIX. Assismnt liea iiici BOARD OF I RUSIEES GEORGE I. C;ARLISLE RAY. MONO W. DAVIS H. PARKER FROSr HARRY A. I.n I l.EFIEI.n WII.I.IAM I ' . NEWMAN HAROl.I) M. PIERCE GORNEI.Il S J. RISSEII., Sr. STEPHEN WHEAILAND 01. 1) ! OWN branc;hes mac:hias 390 FOR HALF A CENTURY BUILDERS OF CHURCHES SCHOOLS GYMNASIUMS DORMITORIES POWER PLANTS HOMES STORES FACTORIES GARAGES OFFICE BUILDINGS RAILROAD FACILITIES RECONVERSION REPAIRS REMODELLING F. W. CUNNINGHAM SONS MAIN OFFICE 181 S F Al E STREET PORTLAND, MAINE MAINE ' S OLDEST ES ' IABLISHED GENERAL CONTRACTORS 391 WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY 175 Broad Street Bangor, Maine 392 DEPENDABLE BUS TRANSPORTATION Serving BANGOR, BREWER, HAMPDEN, VEAZIE, ORONO, AND OLDTOWN PENOBSCOT TUANSPOUTATION COMPANY BANGOR, MAINE FAIRMOUNT Dry Cleaners " For those who care " WHY Hammond and 13th Street Bangor, Maine 393 EIVRICHED MOTHER ' S BREAD BANGOR BAKING COMPANY BANGOR, MAINE 100 Center Street Tel. 735 SPORTSWEAR FOR MEN Coats — Jackets — Sweaters — Slacks — Shirts — Shoes M. L. FRENCH 196 Exchange St., Bangor CROWELL AND LANCASTER ARCHITECTS Six State St.— Bangor, Maine Members C. Parker Crowell ' 98 American Institute Walter S. Lancaster o£ Architects Designers of new dormitory construction BUY FROM RETAIL STOCKS BUY FROM OUR CATALOGS By doing all your shopping on one trip to Sears, you save time and energy. In addition, you get Sears ' worthwhile savings! And every article you purchase is backed by Sears ' famous guarantee, " Satisfaction or Your Money Back. " SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. P. O. Square, Bangor Phone 8271 394 IRON AND STEEL HEAVY HARDWARE REPLACEMENT PARTS and EQIIIPME IT GALVANIZED AND BLACK SHEEIS-REINFORCING STEEL X. H. BRAGG SONS BANGOR, MAINE Compliments of MOOX SMITH REFRIGERATION SALES SERVICE 170 Park Street. Bangor, Maine Tel. 7683 - 5103 Bangor Office Supply Co. F. J. Herlihy 18P.O. Square Tel. 8331 Portable and rebuilt typewriters Chair Cushions, Desks, Filing Cabinets, Folders, etc. A complete line of office equipment and students ' supplies Compliments of MOTHER HUBBARD FLOUR Arthur Chapin Co. Bangor, Maine Distributors 395 Compliments of T. W, Cunningham, Inc. GENERAL CONTRACTORS For the Finest in Women ' s Apparel . We nes Qompany We ' re always glad to serve you 43 Main St. Bangor. Me. Compliments of UTTERBACK GLEASON COMPANY, Inc. Luggage and Fine Leather Goods Gifts and Novelties 44 Broad St. Bangor, Me. nUangor Furniture Qo. " Guild Store for State of Maine " Complete Furnishings 84-88 Hammond Street Bangor, Maine 396 Golf. Hunting, 1 cnnis, Fishing, Camping, Photography Equipment Shep Hurd ' 17 Mark Hurd ' 26 Mgr. Bangor Store Mgr. Waterville Store CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS BROCKWAY FLOWER SHOPPE | " Art in Flowers " 1; ' ) Central St. Bangor, Me. DOXALD PRATT CO. Diamond Merchants and Jewelers 18 Hammond St. Bangor, Maine A. R. HOPKIAS CORPORATION 194 Broad Street Bangor, Maine Wholesale and Retail D ALERS IN Grain and Flour W e recommend and sell AVIRTHMORE POULTRY FEED SPRUCE ' S ON THE CAMPUS AVhere quality remains the same, and Former Students are Alwavs AV elcome Compliments of T K CASH STORE Quality Groceries Oroiio, Maine E. L. Peters, Mgr. COMPLIMENTS OF CALDWELL SWEET COMPANY Bangor ' s Leading Druggists since 1875 26 Main Street Bancor, Maine SAFES VAULTS M. LYNCH CO. LOCKSMITHS 41 Park Street Tel. 2-2020 Bangor, Maine 397 C. H. SAVAGE CO. 83 Broad St. Bangor, Maine Wholesale Fruit and Produce Compliments of THE BESSE SYSTEM " Women ' s Fine Apparel " Main Street Bangor. Maine JOBfES ' SEAFOOD MARKET, Inc. 49 Pickering Square Bangor. Maine Bangor ' s Leading Seafood Market for 93 Years " When yoii think of seafood, think of Jones " BROWX WHITE PAPER CO. Manufacturers ' Agents and Jobbers Paper, Bags, Twine, Specialties 99 Broad Street Bangor. Maine COMPLIMENTS OF BEX SKLAR ' S Old Town, Maine BlIRNHAM DRUG Prescriptions OLD TOWN, MAINE Compliments of THE HILLSOIV CLEANERS The Scientifically Superior Cleaners Dial 647 18 Mill St.. Orono. Me. SUTTON FARMS ,S98 Milliken Tonilinson Co. Vholesale Grocers Portland, Maine Bansjoi Branches Lewiston Presque Isle SUPERB! BRAND Food Products SERVICE INCLUDES An Institution Department Completely stocked with FINEST FOOD PRODUCTS Importers of Coffees— Teas— Molasses Fresh Fruits and Vegetable Dept. We maintain our own Trucking Service covering the entire State of Maine BOSTON HEADQUARTERS for the University of Maine Hotel ellevue on Beacon Hill ALAN A. SWITZER Resident Manager THE LANCEY HOUSE Pittsfield, Maine J. R. CiANCHETTE, Prop. We acknowledge with thanks your patronage of the past, and hope we may continue to serve you in the future D. R. DuNTON, Mgr. 399 COMPLIMENTS OF ROBINSON KENNEY Industrial Domestic Fuel Oil " Exclusive Furnishers of U. of M. Fuel Oil " Tel. 8778 - Bangor, Maine International Harvester Fairbanks-Morse Farm Equipment Water Systems Winter Air Conditioning Units Boiler-Burner Units Lynn Range and Furnace Oil Burners Refrigerators — Washers — Ironers M. L. COFFIN CO. Merle L. Coffin Lloyd O. Coffin 725 Broadway Tel. 8289 Bangor. Maine Chrysler-Airtemp Heating — Refrigeration — Modern KitchJcns — Bath Rooms MAHVB HEATING PLUIMBIMG CO. Experience 104 Hammond St., Bangor, Me. Quality 1907 Tel. 7142 1947 Compliments of A FRIEND 100 VIRGIE ' S QUALITY CLOTHING SHOES - HATS ORONO, MAINE NICHOLS ' DRUG STORK Established 1894 COSMETICS PHOTO SUPPLIES PRESCRIPTIONS People say- -- You can find it at PARK ' S HARDWARE VARIETY | 31-37 Mill Street Orono Craig the Tailor CLEANING, PRESSING, DYEING ALTERING, WATERPROOFING On Campus Every Day Dial 656 Orono P A R A PARAMOUNT O U N T 401 Compliments of HOME PLATE RESTAURANT Jo Morris ' 35 Lou Harris ' 40 Compliments of MURPHY MOTORS CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH - G.M.C. TRUCKS 319 Center St. Oi.D Town, Me. " WELCOME BACK " Where do yoii meet voiir fricncls ? - AT - PAT ' S Your college education isn ' t complete u ' ithoul a course at Pal ' s COMPLIMENTS OF nrnwm shoe co. and OLD TOW« SHOE 00. 402 Compliments of H. E. SARGENT COiNTRACTOR Stillwater, Maine Best wishes to the Maine Campus and the Pine Needle from the 1948 PRISM staff. The business staff woidd like to thank the advertisers in ihe 1918 PRISM for ihcir cooperation in working with ns. rhe continued patronage of the advertisers on these pages by Maine students will ] est show our thanks. THANKS 1 () 1917 PRIS.M for your cooperation, and wishing success to 1948 PRISM. THE MODEUN STUDIO Old Town, Maine 403 GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 1947 TED NEWHALL PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE 1948 PRISM ORONO, MAINE 404 BOOK BINDING PAMPHLET BINDING CERLOX PLASTIC BINDING DICTAPHONE ELECTRONIC DICTATING EQUIPMENT IIILLIIVGHAM ' S Kinders of The Maine Prism 29 Franklin Street Bangor, Maine Tel. 2-1519 10.5 f,M UG CO. ciJtnce ten. Sft aoLCH ( a ptfo ut 44 PORTLAND STREET, WORCESTER 8, MASSACHUSETTS 406 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE PRESS ■ - " ■ " ■ " " " V . _ _ • •--— 1 ■ctai .■m HHI B?Ji

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