University of New Hampshire - Granite Yearbook (Durham, NH)

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J A ' ' ' 1 , ,N ,, 1 , . .. ..1,,,1' IIEIIICATIU f To a man Whose worth to the University of New Hampshire as a scientist and a teacher cannot be calculated, but who is more likely to be remembered by those who had the privilege of his acquaintance as a sincere, modest man and a friend to all. His ability with a camera, from which he was seldom parted, was surpassed only by his thoughfulness a11d consideration of those about him. Thus it is with the deepest rever- ence and most sincere respect that we, the class of 1941, dedicate this book to the ever present memory of Professor Clement Moran. 4 . , ur , - 'gig s' 9551? , ,, ,Exim 1 wg, xgxzfifigs- , s 'if??d15:EWi'7'.-- - -, se. , 25:1 ' QE' 12 v, N, .5 gif "- icy 5, ' 2 -, A. ifs, if if ' fi gli? : o" 52? riff' .C s.mf:p,,2 4 ., U r ,.u.!lLf ,IM 'Wljw' iw 3:.'1Aff1wf2f f l, . .", 'W W, , -1:53 QL 4'-ilu 1. 41" F r E g f Q 1 jg, K . at 'ig-5 Y it s g, 1 x 4'-f LL 1 .15 w . at fllagk vs: ,,gPTPf,Q 'E fi :JL 3 -.rl i..4-rfngaxif. 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' E, igdf -,Y A: :r Mr 6 sg. a 171 ,A 3 if L-X T S 1 0 Tim LATE PRUFESSUR ULEMENT Mom .rm Pettee Hall James H all Line of Dormitories X, Q ' ' X1 . KQV sv -qs, N . I K W V s s' . ,M . , I NS xx ADMINISTRATION CLASSES . ATHLETICS FEATURES FRATERNITIES ORGANIZATIONS N It is not without pride that its staff pref sents the 1941 Granite. The high standard set by past volumes was not easy to attain, yet, profiting from the experience of our predecessors, we hope to have surpassed it. It has been our aim to present a faithful record of the college year to recapture that spirit so vitally a part of the class of 194-l. The task has not been easy. We who have shared experiences at the University of New Hampshire, who have come to know its campus and partaken of its 'academic heritage, know that the full scope and rich- ness of its theme can never be adequately conveyed. If we have succeeded in furnish- ing an enduring memorial to our .class and a fitting tribute to our university, the Granite staff is grateful. Perhaps these pages can best be evaluated only in retrospect. Later on, when this campus scene has become remote and old friends are scattered, may this volume help you to remember. O O O "When years bring shadows, Darkaning life's sea, Then, radiant, all-glorious, New Hampshire, thou shalt be." A. E. RICHARDS. .j.-.j.g.:.: 3.1.1.- ........ . 'w L 1 v Q.. ' -- f n .-my . 1 .' . A D .. . . . . . .. .. . .. 1 Q .. 1. .0 1 . vi .- . Q . -- . - -. . . .....-. -.. ....-. nn..-. ..-.- E .H '. .:.'. -f4.':i.ih::li "0 i'i Oli' .:, ' .. .1 . ... .,.,. .g. .. .'. u'i.l"'u'n'r 1.1 n'n'1il-l'i' 'll 'U 1 ' I . In I.: 'I.s'n 1 u .' 'a'.'u'-'.'.'u'v -'J-'n'-' .' ' 'U' -'n -'Q' 'n 's '1 fi ll vuluuulul' Isnt' I lun :fn 1' . ........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .' '.'.'.'.'.'.'. .'.' .'.'.'-' ' '. '.'-'. .' - 1... .. ..-.-. -1. .1 ul: 'u' -1 n'ulb.u't'u . 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Q Y S' ' 7- x 'es' YQ, .f- 5 K Ns - 1 H ,Q Q, X bg, fx ' .v 'Q is , ix SQ.: ' ,z eventy-five Years HE history of the University of New Hampshire begins strangely enough at Hanover in the year 1866 when the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts was established by the state in conjunction with Dartmouth college. As a small, unappreciated branch of the famous old school, it con- tinued there for twenty years with an average enrollment of only twenty-five. Wlmen, however, in 1890 Benjamin Thompson, a wealthy farmer of Durham, died and the terms of his will were made known, the situation changed complete- ly. This eccentric lovable old man had bequeathed his entire estate to the people of New Hampshire for the es- tablishment of a state agricultural col- lege in Durham. The Water Tower The legislature quickly enacted the necessary decrees, and in 1891i the senior class held its graduation. exercises in a cow barn, the first building erected on the campus. As rapidly as possible after this, the state built four other buildings: Thompson Hall, Conant Hall, Nesmith, Hall and a building to house the college shops. A11 these are still in use. uT', Hall, little changed, still houses the offices of the President and other ad- ministrative oiiicers. The others have been enlarged and remodelled beyond all recognition of the original structures. 'The most marked effect of the new en- vironment Was an increased enrollment, and in 1893, when the new buildings became ready for occupancy, there were sixty-four students, ten of whom were women. There had been but one woman student in all the previous years of the existence of the college. - Thompson H all It soon became apparent that most of the Woman students and a good many of the men could not accurately be clas- sified in either of the categories which the name of the institution suggested. Wllen, then, in 1914-, constant expansion made some administrative division es- sential, the college was divided into the T" Hall Walk Across Campus from Morrill Hall three divisions of Agriculture, Engineer- ing, and Arts and Sciences. This latter group grew more rapidly than the other two. i Moved hy its alumni to follow the ex- ample set hy other states, and feeling that by now with its many courses and its more than one thousand students another name would more nearly de- scribe the group as a whole than the one originally adopted for the institution, the legislature in 1923 renamed the col- lege the University of New Hampshire, and reorganized it, creating within it w.mummwrmwmwsmmsmxswmx xxwinmmwwmsxwsxswsxmmswmwmswMx ww:msw xmwmmsN 1 wwQw:,ssmsxm ses+awwas 'wmam,m-5,111-,mmw.wsm, .:.,. 1 WW., :mm-mann-was-5-mrfn-, ,wsmmtwm the three colleges: Agriculture, Technology and Liberal Arts. Today, with nearly seventy-five years of progress behind it, the University consists of the three colleges, an agricultural experiment station, and extension service which reaches every town in the state, an engineering experiment station, a summer school, a graduate school for zoological study on the Isles of Shoals, and a permanent forestry camp complete with buildings and four hundred acres of land in the White Mountains. i ifvffi '-W-mmm v' " 'vvwrm Hamilton Smith Memorial Library The Old Mill on Oyster River The university 6IlI'0lll11611t, though rather rigidly restricted. to those in the upper three quarters of their high school graduating class of the state schools and to some others of high standing from schools outside the state, now totals more than nineteen hundred. If plans are carried out as expected, the expansion of the University will con- tinue until an enrollment of approxi- mately twenty-five hundred is reached. Plans for improved facilities are com- plete and await only the action of the legislature and the board of trustees to put them in operation. X X X X X A b , Sf' .e . 9 'QRS X ' Q . ' - fx XWUA wi ' gxqwwg . +1 - W w s.. ' X ,Nw ,x,, f . 1 x. L5,4-,,M- ,, . . . Nesmith Hall 4 1 , xx X X X L X f , . 1 X ' x STIQATIQ X .--Y'-NI ,A 'X 'X X ' -N X 'U xxx . .x xQx ' xkij, K ' . A xr vxx. . xx x x x ,x -HW ,xx. x..- XVU, 1, ' ' xfw xw,,X,.I, Ml , X A-,. 1yLxx,XX1, x X xxx ' J 1 wx ' . 'xx N, LW 2 ' I A yxx, mx N' xgxxy .xg "U.n'W' " ,x-', n Um' tux Mr, . x .xx.N.x. K x wxxx 'xnxx X .x Xxx . . -Hx V -X M P x xxxwxxmx xXx , K NNW. Y QX KLM iq-. 'NAU xy xx,, ,. X, wxxx wx . 'xii-fy . X' 'Sv XXYX' , -'- 4WxxxA1uX . " xyyxqx .HNQXX pygx x,xX-xx 3 ,wxxxxxxx xx .x x xx. xxx? xx xx x2 ,Nj xg Ax' -X MW, .u. 'x ,, .www M. , H-mxmmyx A 5 MMG Xu-x Q Q r egX'Xy,-xuxw. 'X X"u'xxl:,N. , Mya' X1 'xv wwx xxxxxxqx Xxxx, Q-L xg N ., , .yx yxxxg .. Xu ,QU 'xgwxx X u NOW M , X R ,HM 'x'QW'J'v- ,'Q'W:?MNxE XXFQ w x X 2xx'wvuN X- x .xXxxx,xxxx. xx,xx,x :w1x m X! X ,xx QR px yy. N, X, K xxxx'xxnX x yx . x. x X Xxx wx N xx X . Y x XX X x Y F ACULTV A MESSAGE FROMr THE PHE IEE 'l' HE Granite is a very appropriate name for a yearbook. Within its covers are gathered enduring mementoes of four years of precious life that will always remain available for reminiscing and enjoyment. Years will come and years will go yet this historical record will be yours for all time. Your Granite with its associate volumes compile the history of alumni as undergraduates. As the decades pass this book will be esteemed more and more for then its true value will have become increasingly apparent. On its pages are memories as if carved in stone revealed only to those who can interpret them. This volume will have taken on many of the qualities attributed to the granite hills of New Hampshire. From cover to cover there are recordings which you may recall and thus renew a life that was so full and so worthwhile, as well as the years that were so happy. Like the hills the Granite will again and again reveal to you experiences which words cannot depict yet which photographically recorded bring back memories that you and your associates have cherished so dearly. 5' aff... lid 18 FRED ENGELHARDT Pfesident , Ph.B. Yale 19083 AM. Columbia 1915 g Ph.D. Columbia 19245 Became President of University April 1, 1937. PRESIDENT FRED ENGELIIARDT BUARD 0F TRUSTEES His Excellency, GOVERNOR FRANCIS P. MURPHY, A.M., LL.D., ex officio President FRED ENGELHARDT, A.M., Ph.D., ex officio ANDREW L. FELKER, Commissioner of Agriculture, ex officio ROY D. HUNTER, LL.D., President West Claremont HARRY D. SAWYER Q Woodstock September 15, 1926 to June 30, 1941 JAMES A. WELLMAN, B.S. Manchester January 26, 1928 to June 30, 1942 ROBERT T. KINGSBURY Keene January 27, 1928 to June 30, 1940 GEORGE T. HUGHES, A.M., LL.D. Dover July 1, 1931 to June 30, 1942 JOHN S. ELLIOTT, B.S., Secretary Madbury July 1, 1932 to June 30, 1940 JESSIE DOE Rollinsford July 1, 1932 to June 30, 1942 JOHN T. DALLAS, A.B., D.D., LL.D. Concord July 1, 1933 to June 30, 1941 FRANK W. RANDALL, B.S. I Portsmouth July-1, 1936 to June 30, 1940 HENRY C. JUDKINS, B.S. White Plains, N. YA. July 1, 1939 to June 30, 1943 Back Row: Sawyer, Randall, Dallas, Kingsbury, Elliot. Front Row: Hughes Doe, Hunter, Felker. . 20 AND UFFIUERS 0F ADMINISTRATIUN FRED ENGELHARDT, Ph.B., A.M., Ph.D., President of the E University NORMAN ALEXANDER, Ph.D., Dean of Men and Associate Professor of Economics . EUGENE K. AUERBACH, M.B.A., Alumni Secretary and Di- rector, Bureau of Appointments EDWARD Y. BLEWETT, B.A., Acting Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, Leave of absence, January l-June 30, l940 GEORGE W. CASE, M.C.E., Dean of the College of Tech- nology, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and Director, Engineering Experiment Station t M. GALE EASTMAN, Ph.D., Dean- of the College of Agricul- EVERETT SACKETT ture and Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station OREN V. HENDERSON, Registrar Emeritus ERIC T. HUDDLESTON, B.Arch., Professor of Architecture and Supervising Architect of the University . C. FLOYD JACKSON, M.S., Chairman of the Biological In- stitute and Professor of Zoology JOHN C. KENDALL, B.S., Director of the General Extension A HAROLD LOVEREN, B.S., Superintendent of Property RAYMOND C. MAGRATH, Treasurer MARVIN A. MILLER, B.A., B.S., Librarian, Leave of absence, lst semester, I939-40 p ARWOOD S. NORTHBY, Ph.D., Assistant to the President WILLIAM J. OBERLANDER, M.D., University Physician EVERETT B. SACKETT, Ph.D., Registrar and Associate Pro- fessor of Education f HERMON L. SLOBIN, Ph.D., Dean of the Graduate School and OE A Professor of Mathematics, Leave of absence, 2nd semester, NORMAN ALEXANDER 1939-40 ' ' RUTH J. WOODRUFF, Ph.D., Dean of Women and Associate Professor of Economics JOHN KENDALL RUTH WOODRUFF RAYMOND MAGRATH EUGENE AUERBACH 21 THE UULLEGE 0F AGRICULTURE ACKEBMAN, W. T., B.S., B.S.A.E. DURGIN, R. C., B.S. Assistant Professor, Agricultural Engineer- Instructor, Poultry Husbandry ing BARTON, pn S., B.S., M.Ed' EASTMAN, M. G., B.S., M.S., P11.D. Instructor, Non-degree curriculum Dean, Collogo of Agriculture BOIPTORFF, C. A. JB., B.S., D.V.M. FOULKRODQ G. M., B.S., AE., MS. Assistant Professor, Poultry Husbandry Assistant Professor, Agricultural Engineering BUTLER, 0. R., B.S., M.S., Pl1.D. ProfoSSo1',BotoI1Y GRINNELL, H. C., B.S., M.s. Assistant Professor, Agricultural Economics, CHARLES, T- B-1 B'S'v MS- Assistant to Dean College of Agriculture Professor, Poultry Husbandry HEPLER, J. R., B.S., M.S. Associate Professor, Horticulture CLAPP, H. S., B.S., M.S. Instructor, Ornamental Horticulture, Super- vising Landscape Architect HIGGINS, L. J., B.S. CONKLIN, .I. G., B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor, Agronomy Assistant Professor, Entomology DUNN, S., B.S., M.S., Pl1.D. HODGDON, A. R., B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Botany Instructor, Botany First Row: BottorH, Crinnel, L. Ackerman, Moore, Dean Eastman, Phillips, Morrow, Hepler, Yeager. Second Row: W1'ight, Smith, Dunn, Hodgon, Tirrell, Swain, Higgins, Shimer, Frazer, Cann. Third Row: Martin, Slanetz, Cover, Teeri, Barton, W'oodworth, Osborne, Marsden. '22 M. Gale Eastman, B.S., M.S., Pl1.D. Dean of the College of Agriculture, Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station. LATIMER, L. P., B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Horticulture MACFARLANE, J . Instructor, Floriculture MARSDEN, T. A., JR., B.S. Instructor, Horticulture MARTIN, C. L., B.S., D.V.M. Assistant Professor, Veterinary Science MILLS, M. E., B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor, Botany MOORE, H. C., B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor, Dairy Husbandry MORROW, K. S., B.S., M.S. Professor, Dairy Husbandry O'KANE, WT. C., B.A., M.A., D.Sc. Professor, Economic Entomology PHILLIPS, T. G., B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Professor, Agricultural and Biological istry PRINCE, F. S., B.S. Professor, Agronomy Chem- SHIMER, S. R., B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor, Agricultural and B10 logical Chemistry SLANETZ, L. VV., B.S., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Bacteriology SMITH, W. W., B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Horticulture STEVENS, C. L., B.S., M.F., Ph.D Professor, Forestry SWAIN, L. C., Bs. Assistant Professor, Forestry TEPPER, A. E., B.S., M.S. Instructor, Poultry Husbandry TIRRELL, L. V., B.S. Professor, Animal Husbandry WooDWARD, K. W., AB., Mr. Professor, Forestry WOODWORTH, H. C., B.S., M.S. Professor, Agricultural Economics WRIGHT, C. E., B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor, Non-degree curriculum YEAGER, A. F., B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Professor, Horticulture as YTHE UULLEGE 0F ALEXANDER, N. Ph.D. Dean of Men and Associate Professor, Eco- nomics ANDREWS, E., B.A. Assistant, Zoology BABCOCK, D. C., M.A., S.T.B. Professor, History BACHELDER, J. E. JR., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Sociology BECKWITH, M. C., M.Ed. Instructor, Physical Education for Women BERGETHON, B. W., A.M. Assistant Professor, Music BERZUNZA, J., M.A. Assistant Professor, Languages BINGHAM, S. H., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, English BISBEE, H. M., A.M. Associate Professor, Education BLEVVETT, E. Y., Acting Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, Leave of absence, January 1 - June 30, 1940 BOWEN, I. G., B.S. Assistant Professor, Home Economics, Leave of Absence 2nd semester 1939-1940 ' BUF FINGTON, A. F., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Languages CHAPMAN, D. H., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Geology CONON, O., B.A. Graduate Assistant, Economics CORTEZ, E. A., M.A., Ed.M. Assistant Professor, English COULTER, C. W., Ph.D. , Professor, Sociology CRISSY, YV. J. E., Ed.M. Instructor, Psychology DEGLER, C. M., M.B.A. Assistant Professor, Economics DOOLEY, W. N., B.S. Graduate Assistant, History IJBERAL ARTS DUPELL, P. T., B.S. I Assistant, Education EADIE, W. R., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Zoology EKDAHL, A. G., Ph.D. Associate Professor, Psychology EVANS, F. G., Pl1.D. Instructor, Zoology EVANS, N. W., M.Ed. Instructor, Physical Education for Women ' FLOYD, J. A., M.A. Assistant Professor, Languages FLOYD, L. G., B.A. Graduate Assistant, Economics FOGG, L. C., Ph.D. Associate Professor, Zoology GADBOIS, I., B.A. Assistant, English GRANT, R. H., A.B. Instructor, English GRIGAUT, P. L., B. es L. Assistant Professor, Languages HALLBERGH, W. Instructor, Pottery, Dep't of Home Economics HANGAS, H. D., B.S. Instructor, Home Economics, Assistant Man- ager, Dining Hall HARRINGTON, L. E., B.S. ' Instructor, Home Economics HARRINGTON, R. W. JR., A.B. Graduate Assistant, Zoology HARVEY, L. G., A.M. Assistant Professor, Government HAUSLEIN, J. D., M.A. Assistant Professor, Economics HENNESSY, W. G., A.M. Associate Professor, English p HOBAN, M. R., B.S. Assistant Professor and Director, Physical Education for Women, Leave of absence, 1939- 1940 HOBBY, I. R., B.B.A. Instructor, Government HUDON, L. B., B.S. Manager, University Dining Hall, Instructor, Home Economics JACKSON, C. F., M.S. Chairman, Biological Institute, Professor Zoology JOHNSON, A. W., M.B.A., C.P.A. Associate Professor, Economics JOHNSON, G. R., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, History Edward Y. Blewett, Acting Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, B.A., U.N.H., 1926. Ginn and Co., Boston, 1926-27. Alumni Secretary, 1927-29, Alumni Sec- retary and Executive Assistant, 1928-29, Executive Secretary, 1929-3'7, Chairman, Committee on Summer School, Septem- ber 1, 1937-39, Assistant to the Presi- dent, 1937-39, present position 1939- First Row: Beckwith, Ekdahl, Rudd, Parker, Scudder, Kalijarvi, Johnson, Hennessy, Evans. Second Row: Hauslein, Cortez, Dooley, Bufiington, Harrington, Bergethon, Jones, Sattler, Bachelder. Third Row: Stark, Harvey, Marston, Webster, Crissey, Grant, Partridge. JONES, A. Wh, M.A. Assistant Professor, History KALIJARVI, T. V., Ph.D. Professor, Government KING, A. E., B.S. Graduate Assistant, Physical Education for Women LEATHERS, B. M., B.A. Graduate Assistant, English MANTON, R. W. Director, Associate Professor, Music MARSTON P. M., M.A. Assistant Professor, History, Leave of Ab- sence 2nd semester, 1939-1940 MCGRAIL, T. H., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, English MCLAUGHLIN, H. F., M.A. Professor, Home Economics MERRILL, R. H., B.S. Graduate Assistant, Sociology MEYERS, T. R., M.A. h Assistant Professor, Geology MOULTON, V. E., B.S. Graduate Assistant, Home Economics PARKER, C. S., Ph.D. Professor, Languages PARTRIDGE, A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor, History PENSACK, J. M., B.S. Graduate Assistant, Zoology PEPOON, L., M.S. Instructor, Home Economics REMICK, R. A., B.S. Graduate Assistant, Education RHOME, M. K., B.A. Graduate Assistant, History RICHARDS, A. E., Pl1.D. Professor, English RICHARDSON, E. T., M.S. Assistant Professor, Zoology RUDD, H. F., Ph.D. Professor, Philosophy SACKETT, E. R., Ph.D. Registrar, Associate Professor, Education SATTLER, W. M., M.A. Instructor, English SCHOEDINGER, P. S., M.A. Assistant Professor, English, Leave sence, I939-1940 SCHOOLCRAFT, J. T. JR., A.M. Assistant Professor, Languages SCUDDER, H. H., B.S. Professor, English SHAFFER, P. R., B.A. Assistant, Geology SHEEHAN, E. L., M.S. Instructor, Zoology' SMITH, H. Wh, A.M. Professor, Economics SMITH, L. P., M.A. Associate Professor, English STARKE, R. R., A.M. of Ab Associate Professor, Hotel Administration STOWE, A. M., Ph.D. Professor, Education SYVONGER, C. W., A.M. Assistant Professor, Economics TOWLE, C. S., Ph.D. Associate Professor, English TYRRELL, D. E., M.A. Instructor, Economics WALSH, J. S., M.S. Associate Professor, Languages W'ARFEL, H. E., M.S. Assistant Professor, Zoology WEBSTER, R. G., M.A. Assistant Professor, English WHITE, G. W., Ph.D. Professor, Geology WOODRUFF, R. J., Ph.D. Dean of Vffomeng Associate Professor, Eco nomics WOOSTER, C. S., B.S. Assistant, Physical Education for Women YALE, W., M.A. Assistant Professor, History 1 THE UULLEGE 0F TECIINULUGY ATKINSON, E. R., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Chemistry BATCHELDER, L..l. Instructor, Mechanical Engineering BAUER, G. N., Ph.D. Professor, Statistics BOWLER, E. W., S.B. HART, R. T., B.S. Instructor, Chemistry HARTMANN, G. K., Pl1.D. Assistant Professor, Physics HARTWELL, WM. H., M.A. Assistant Professor, Physics HITCHCOCK, L. W., B.S. Professor, Civil Engineering Professor, Electrical Engineering HOWES, H. L., Ph.S. Professor, Physics HUDDLESTON, E. T., B.Arch. Professor, Architecture IDDLES, H. A., Ph.D. Professor, Chemistry JACKSON, F. D., B.S. Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering KAUPPINEN, T. S., B.S. Instructor, Mechanical Engineering KICHLINE, W. L., M.S. Instructor, Mathematics LATON, T. J., B.S. Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineerin LEAVITT, H. I., B.S., M.Ed. Assistant Professor, Physics CASE, G. W., M.C.E. Dean, and Professor, Mechanical Engineering DAGGETT, A. F., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Chemistry DAWSON, C. O., B.C.E. Instructor, Civil Engineering DEMOS, M. S., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Mathematics DONOVAN, E. T., B.S. Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering F UNKHOUSER, J. A., Ph.D. Associate Professor, Chemistry GETCHELL, E. L., E.E. Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering GRASSO, SALVATORE, B.S. Instructor, Civil Engineering First Row: Zimmerman, Iddles, Hitchcock, Huddleston, Case, Howes, Eppelsheimer, Bauer, Moran. Second Row: Atkinson, Hartman, Thomas, Funkhauser, Daggett, Solt, Wilson, Houston, Kauppinen, Coughey, Perry, Clark, Hussey, Gai-est. Third Row: Hujsak, Mace, Tonkin, Furman, Welch, Lewis, Nulsen, Minckler, Lawler, Hart, Hartwell, Webber. 26 V 4 l i N t 4 I u- -M Dean George W. Case, B.S. and C.E. at Purdue in 1906, M.C.E. at Cornell in 1912, Became Dean in 1925. LEWIS, D. C., Jr., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Mathematics MACE, R. E., B.S. Assistant, Physics MASON, C. M., Ph.D. Associate Professor, Chemistry MoRAN, C., Ms. Associate Professor, Physics NULSEN, W. B., M.S. Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering O'CONNELL, E. M. Instructor, Forging PERKINS, DONALD M., M.S. Instructor, Mathematics PERRETON, ARNOLD, B. of Arch. Assistant Professor, Architecture PERRY, L. H., B.S. Instructor, Chemistry SKELTON, R. R., M.S. Associate Professor, Civil Engineering SLOBIN, H. L., Ph.D. Professor, Mathematics SMITH, M. M., M.A. Associate Professor, Chemistry SOLT, M. R., M.S. Assistant Professor, Mathematics STOLWORTHY, E. H., B.S. Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering THOMAS, GEO. R., B. of Arch. Assistant Professor, Architecture TONKIN, J. C. Instructor, Machine Shop WELCH, A. G., B.S. Instructor, Mechanical Englneerin ZIMMERMAN, O. T., PhD Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering GRADUATE ASSISTANTS FURMAN, A., B.S. Mathematics CLARK, F. E., B.S. Chemistry HUJSAK, K. L., B.S. Chemistry HUSSEY, A. H., B.S. Chemistry LAWLER, H. J., B.S. Chemistry MINCKLER, H. L., B.S. Chemistry WILSON, W. K., B.S. Chemistry RESEARCH ASSISTANTS CAUGHEY, R. A., B.S Chemistry HOUSTON, N. J., B.S. Industrial Engineering JAREST, J. R., B.S. Electrical Engineering WEBBER, L. E., B.S. Mechanical Engineering HE university authorities, recognizing the growing importance of the biological inter- ests of the state, authorized, on April 21, 1939, the establishment of a Biological Institute for the purpose of promoting these interests. Witli the opening of the remodeled Nesmith hall last September, the biological departments of tl1e University of New Hampshire were en- abled to move into new and enlarged quarters which greatly facilitate their work. The ex- perience of the last few months has brought into sharp relief the advantages of having housed under one roof a number of cooperat- ing departments in contrast to tl1e old arrange- ment of having these departments housed in several buildings. The remodeling and addi- tions to Nesmith hall have made the organi- zation of the Biological Institute possible. For the purpose of promoting and correlat- ing the biological interests both at the Uni- versity and throughout the state, the following fields are being developed: 1. Academic activities. By housing all of the plant and animal sciences in a single building and in this way creating a common center, an exchange of ideas has been made possible between the various departments which is resulting in a closer cooperation of the existing courses of study and is broaden- ing tl1e field of biology on the academic level. Students find it n1ucl1 more convenient in arranging their programs of study and the staff finds a chance of greater cooperation and integration in the various fields involved. Bl0LOGIUAL I TIT TE Professor C. Floyd Jackson, B.A. De Pauw University in 19063 M.S. in Ohio State University 1906. Became head of Biological Institute in 1939. 2. Research activities. Research activities through the employment of graduate students may be conducted in any field of biology. Ex- perience alone can dictate in which direction tl1is n1ay prove most profitable. Witll no ex- perience on which to build, it is planned at present to encourage research work in tl1e field of conservation. It is recognized that New Hampshire is primarily a recreational state and that its continuation as such is de- pendent, to a considerable extent, upon its wild life and scenic beauty. 3. One of the major activities will be the development of closer cooperation between the University and State and Federal depart- ments and with numerous state organizations interested in wild life conservation. lt is hoped that the Institute may be able to promulgate information of a biological nature through a number of channels and may be able to develop a more wide spread interest in the conservation of our natural resources. lt is felt that the Institute can do a great deal as a purely educational agency, acting through many of the well organized channels and cooperating with local, state, and federal organizations. For the present, plans are being developed to extend the work along one or possibly two major lines: wild life conserva- tion, involving research and publicityg and health conservation, involving primarily pub- licity. This latter field may be made very in- clusive and in its last analysis involves the various phases of recreation, as well as the more formalized phases of personal health education. APPLIED FARMING Philip S. Barton, B.S. U.N.H.g M.Ed., U.N.H.g In structor. Carlton E. Wright, B.S., Ver- mont, M.S., Cornell, .Assist- ant Professor in Charge. PARKER C. AYER EVERETT G. CARLSEN WARREN H. CASWELL BERNARD E. CILLEY MARY H. GOGHRAN I MAURICE I. COLBURN STAGEY W. COLE GEORGE S. DAMON RUTH W. DICKSON CALVIN J. EoSS WILLIAM H. GARDNER FRANK H. GRAY JOHN W. HAGEMANN LINWOOD G. HAMMOND CARROLL T. HASTINGS HAROLD J. HILL ROBERT G. JEWETT GEORGE J. LAMRERT KENNETH R. LEARY ROBERT E. MARSHALL WILLIAM W. MARSTON RALPH G. MESSER USKo v. OBERG WILLARD C. RICHARDSON FRANK J. SCRUTON GEORGE C. SMITH STANLEY L. SPAULDING GERALD A. STODDARD ARTHUR B. WEBSTER, JR. NORMAN A. WHITCHER PHILIP S. BARTON , CARLTON E. WRIGHT Alstead Center, N. H. Farmington, N. H. Rye, N. H. CRFD No. 2, Portsmouthj I2 Church St., Rochester, N. H. 2 Monument St., Concord, Mass. Hollis, N. H. 4-72 Marlboro St., Keene 65 Elm St., Melrose, Mass. Weston, Mass. Farmington, N. H. QRFD No. 2, Rochesteri . Enfield, N. H. Northwood Narrows, N. H. l2I2 Grand Ave., Plainfield, N. J. North Haverhill, N. H. North Haverhill, N. H. Litchfield, N. H. QRFD No. I, Hudson? 35 Amherst St., Milford, N. H. 290 Dubuque St., Manchester, N. H. Farmington, N. H. l57l South Willow St., Manchester, N. H. RFD No. 2, Pittsfield, N. H. Bradford, N. H. Wilton, N. H. Hancock, N. H. Farmington, N. H. KRFD No. 2, Rochester Mast Road, Durham, N. H. Chesterfield, N. H. North Haverhill, N. H. Litchfield, Conn. Sanhornton, N. H. QRFD No. I, Franklini 29 TWO YEAR AGRICULTURAL CIIURSE HORACE M. BASCOM FRANKLIN W. BECK LLOYD H. BURT JOHN W. BUTTRICK SUNDAY FEUER HERBERT A. FINDEISEN EDWIN C. FRIZZELL JOHN D. HALL JOHN L. HOBBS WALTER N. INGLESON JOSEPH W. JOHNSON ROBERT P. KNOWLTON RAY F. LANGER ROBERT A. LOW KIEGWIN B. MAXFIELD WALLACE J. MORSE WILLARD P. SANBORN W. HERVEY THOMAS WALTER C. WHITE ROY E. WORTHEN M. Gale Eastman, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Dean of the College of Agricultureg Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station. Alstead Greenland West Rumney Greenville Forest Rd., Marlow Methuen, Mass. Colebrook Melrose, Mass. Milton Mills Manchester Rochester Boscawen Manchester Danvers, Mass. Dover Lyme Epping Manchester North Sandwich Plymouth GRADUATE SCHO0L 0F 1940 Dr. Herman L. Slobin, A.B. Clark Uni- versity, 19053 Ph. D., ibid., 1908. Di- rector Of Graduate Scl1OOl, 1928-30, dean Of Graduate School, 1930- ' ADAMS, ELIZABETH M. ALLEN, HAMILTON F. ANDERSON, KENNETH E. ANDREWS, ERMA L. BARTHEL, EUGENETTE M. BEATTIE, JAMES R. CANN, EVERETTE D. CARROLL, JAMES W. CATTABRIGA, ANNE D. CLARK, FREDERICK E. COATES, WILLIAM H. CONNER, ALFRED F. CONON, OLGA COOPER, BARBARA E. DAERIS, CLAIRE C. DOOLEY, WALTER N. DUPELL, PAUL T. DURIE, JOHN D. FABELLO, JOHN T. FISHER, ELWOOD G. FLOYD, LAWRENCE C. FOLLETT, ARCHIE E. FOSTER, ALICE P. FRAZER, LYLE M. FREDERICK, ELIZABETH FRENCH, BENJAMIN J. FURMAN, ALBERT GERAGHTY, MARY L. GOODRUM, CLYDE A. GOODWIN, GEORGE F. GRANT, JEAN H. GRASSO, SALVATORE STUDENTS HAGSTROM, HERBERT R. HALL, JOHN P. HARRINGTON, ROBERT W. HART, ROBERT T. HAUBRICH, WILLIAM P. HOLBROOK, RUTH L. HOPE, HELEN M. HUARD, LEO A. HUJSAK, KAROL L. HUSSEY, ALLEN S. JONES, RICHARD C. KING, ANNA E. KNOX, GEORGE C. LADD, HELEN G. LAWLER, HENRY J. LEATHERS, BERTHA M. LEH, JAMES H. MCCAFFREY, AUSTIN J. MCCAUGNEY, ALBERT J. MCDONALD, JOHN T. MACE, ROBERT E. MALOON, MARIAN G. MASON, RAIGH MERRILL, ROSAMOND H. MINCKLER, HOWARD L. MONTRONE, LEWIS L. MORIN, FRANCIS J. MOULTON, VERNA NEBESKY, ANTHONY J. NOLAN, KENNETH G. NORDMAN, PAUL H. .31 NORRIS, ESTHER K. NORTON, ANNA K. O'DONOGHUE, MARY H OSBORNE, ROBERT V. PAIRE, NEWELL J. PENSACK, JOSEPH M. PERCIVAL, GORDON P. PERRY, LLOYD H. PETERSON, BYRON PHIPPS, MAY ELLEN PLATTS, FRANCES E. PROVOST, MAURICE W. RAWLINGS, CECIL O. REMICK, ROLAND A. RHOME, MARGARET K. ROBINSON, LELAND P. ROGERS, WARREN H. ROSE, WILLIAM R. SCOTT, ROBERT W. SCRIPTURE, PAUL N. SHIELDS, BARBARA A. SILLERS, ERNEST D. SMITH, CHARLOTTE L. TATE, FRANCIS G. TEERI, ARTHUR E. TINKER, JOSEPH W. WATSON, RUTH E. WELSH, ALBERT G. WEST, HARRY WILSON, RUTH I. WILSON, STANLEY E. WILSON, WILFRED K. AGRIC LTURAL EXPERIM TT 'l'A'l'l0 M. GALE EASTMAN, Ph.D., Dean and Director ALAN G. MACLEOD, M.A., Assistant to Director HENRY B. STEVENS, A.B., Editor JOHN W. SPAVEN, B.S., Assistant Editor ,IOSEPHINE TAUB, A.B., B.S., Librarian in Biological Institute THOMAS G. PHILLIPS, Ph.D., Chemist TODD O. SMITH, M.S., Associate Chemist STANLEY R. SHIMER, M.S., Assistant Chemist GORDON P. PERCIVAL, M.S., Assistant Chemist HENRY A. DAVIS, M.S., Assistant in Agricultural and Biological Chemistry PAUL N. SCRIPTURE, B.S., Soils Survey Assistant HARRY C. WOODWORTH, M.S., Agricultural Economist MAX F. ABELL, Ph.D., Assistant Agricultural Economist L. A. DOUGHTERY, B.S., Assistant Economist in Marketing HAROLD C. GRINNELL, M.S., Assistant Agricultural Economist ALAN G. MacLEOD, M.A., Assistant Economist in Marketing MARY L. GERAGHTY, B.A., Research Assistant in Agricultural Economics JOHN C. HOLMES, A.B., S.B., Assistant Land-Use Specialist BYRON PETERSON, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Ag- ricultural Economics WALTER T. ACKERMAN, B.S., B.S.A.E., Agricultural Engineer BENJAMIN J. FRENCH, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Agricultural Engineering FORD S. PRINCE, B.S., Agronomist PAUL T. BLOOD, M.S., Assistant Agronomist LEROY J. HIGGINS, B.S., Assistant Agronomist BETTY G. SANBORN, Seed Analyst REESHON FEUER, Soils Survey Assistant WILLIAM H. COATES, B.S., Soils Survey Assistant WALTER H. LYFORD, Jr., M.S., Cooperative Field Agent in Soil Conservation Service ERNEST G. RITZMAN, M.S., Research Professor in Animal Husbandry NICHOLAS F. COLOVOS, M.S., Assistant in Animal Husbandry NICHOLAS F. COLOVOS, M.S., Assistant in Animal Husbandry ALBERT D. LITTLEHALE, Shepherd HELEN H. LATIMER, Gas Analyst ROGER DOE, M.S., Research Assistant in Animal Husbandry ORMON D R. BUTLER, Ph.D., Botanist STUART DUNN, Ph.D., Assistant Botanist LAWRENCE W. SLANETZ, Pl1.D., Assistant Bacteri- ologist KENNETH G. NOLAN, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Botany KENNETH ANDERSON, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Bacteriology BETTY G. SANBORN, Laboratory Assistant KENNETH S. MORROW, M.S., Dairy Husbandman HERBERT C. MOORE, M.S., Assistant Dairy Hus- bandman WALTER C. O'KANE, M.A., D.Sc., Entomologist JAMES G. CONKLIN, M.S., Assistant Entomologist LEON C. GLOVER, Ph.D., Research Assistant in Entomology ROBERT L. BLICKLE, B.S., Research Chemical As- sistant in Entomology - ROBERT L. BLICKLE, B.S., Research Chemical As- sistant in Entomologyi' CLARK L. STEVENS, Ph.D., M.F., Forester ALBERT F. YEAGER, Ph.D., Horticulturist J. R. HEPLER, M.S., Associate Horticulturist JAMES MACFARLANE, Florist WILLIAM W. SMITH, Ph.D., Research Assistant in Horticulture L. PHELPS LATIMER, Ph.D., Assistant Horticulturist T. BURR CHARLES, M.S., Poultry Husbandman ALBERT E. TEPPER, M.S., Assistant Poultry Hus- bandmani CARL L. MARTIN, D.V.M., Veterinarian CHARLES A. BOTTORFF, Jr., D.V.M., Poultry Pathologist ROSLYN C. DURGIN, B.S., Record of Performance and Certification Inspector MORRIS S. COVER, V.M.D., Assistant Poultry Pathologist SAMUEL STEVENS, Laboratory Technician in Poul- try Husbandry RICHARD FORD, Assistant Technician h'On leave of absence Front Row: Yeager, Grinnell, Ackerman, Ritzman, Eastman, Phillips, Morrow, Hepler, Bottorff. Middle Row: Moore, Smith T., Davis, Smith W., Scripture, Dunn, Higgins, Shimer, Blood, Colovos. Back Row: Martin, Slanetz, Cover, Woodworth, Stevens, Coates, Lyford, Barraclough. GE ERAL EXTE FRED ENGELHARDT, Pl1.B., A.M., Ph.D., President JOHN C. KENDALL, B.S., Director MAX F. ABELL, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Agricul- tural Economicsg Assistant Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experiment Station, Economist, Farm Management WALTER T. ACKERMAN, B.S., B.S.A.E., Assistant Professor, Agricultural Engineering in the Depart- ment of Agronomy, Agricultural Engineer PERLEY F. AYER, B.S., Field Assistant, Specialist in Rural Organization and Recreation t KENNETH E. BARRACLOUGH, B.S., Assistant Pro- fessor, F orestryg Extension Forester ANN F. BEGGS, Assistant Professor, Home Eco- nomicsg Extension Economist, Home Management R. CLAUDE BRADLEY, Pl1.D., Assistant Professor, Poultry Husbandry, Extension Poultryman LAWRENCE A. DOUGHERTY, B.S., Assistant Pro- fessor of Agricultural Economics, Extension Eco- nomist in Marketing ELIZABETH E. ELLIS, M.A., Assistant Professor of Home Economics, Extension Nutritionist GEORGE M. FOULKROD, M.S., Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering in the Department of Agronomy, Assistant Agricultural Engineer JAY L. HADDOCK, M.S., Assistant Professor of Agronomy, Extension Agronomist, Leave of absence, 1939-40 CLYDE N. HALL, B.S., Assistant Professor of Dairy Husbandry, Assistant Extension Dairyman JOHN P. HALL, B.S., Graduate Assistant to the Anniversary Committee CLARENCE S. HERR, M.S., Assistant Professor of Forestry, Assistant Extension Forester, Leave of absence, July 15-October 15, 1939 HAZEL E. HILL, B.S., in Educ., Assistant Professor of Home Economics, Extension Clothing Specialist SAMUEL W. HOITT, M.S., Assistant State Leader, Boys' and Girls' Club Work 10N ERVICE JOHN C. HOLMES, A.B., S.B.M.E., Assistant Land Use Specialist LAWRENCE A. JOHNSON, M.S., Assistant Professor of Dairy Husbandry, Extension Dairyman WALTER F. LEWIS, B.V.A., Assistant Bureau of Agricultural Economics Representative ALAN G. MACLEOD, M.S., Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics, Assistant to the Director, Agricultural Experiment Station, Economist THOMAS A. MARSDEN, JR., B.S., Instructor in Hor- ticulture, Extension Horticulturist in Landscape Gardening JOHN P. NEVILLE, B.A., Assistant to the Director ERROL C. PERRY, B.S., Land Use Specialist CECIL O. RAWLINGS, B.S., Assistant Professor of Horticulture, Extension Horticulturist EARL P. ROBINSON, B.S., County Agent Leader VVARREN H. ROGERS, B.S., County Agricultural Agent at Large MARY L. SANBORN, Assistant State Leader, Boys' and Girls' Club VVork DONALD W. SMITH, B.S., Assistant in Visual Aids, Extension Administration RUTH L. SMITH, B.S., Home Demonstration Agent at Large JOHN W1 SPAVEN, B.S., Editorial Assistant HENRY B. STEVENS, A.B., Assistant Director, Editor of the Agricultural Experiment Station CLARENCE B. WADLEIGH, B.S., State Leader, Boys' and Girls' Club Work ALBION W'ARREN, B.A., News Assistant DAISY D. WILLIAMSON, B. of H.E. fhon.J, State Home Demonstration Leader STANLEY E. WILSON, B.S., Instructor in Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture, Assistant Extension Poul- tryman, Assistant Extension Horticulturist HARRY C. WOODWORTH, M.S., Professor of Agri- cultural Economics, Agricultural Economist, Agri- cultural Experiment Station, Economist First Row: Woodworth, Barraclough, Hill, Kendall, Stevens, Ellis, Sanborn. Second Row: Smith, Neville, Wilson, Williamson, Perry, Warren. Third Row: Rollins, Ackerman, Marsden, RESERVE REEIUER TRAINING ERRP ginning of school year. EDWIN K. SMITH, Colonel, Coast Artillery Corps, Professor of Military Sci- ence and Tactics PAUL N. STARLINGS, Lieutenant Colonel, Associate Professor of Military Science and Tactics, Adjutant GEORGE L. PRINDLE, Major, Infantry, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics EDWARD G. COWEN, Major, Coast Artillery Corps, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics ROBERT SHARPE, Major, Infantry, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics FRED I'I. BROWN, Technical Sergeant, Detached Enlisted Men's List U.S.A., Assistant in Military Science and Tactics JOESPI-I A. CASEY, Sergeant, Detached Enlisted Men's List U.S.A., Assistant in Military Science and Tactics First Row: Prindle, Sharpe, Cowen, Smith. Second Row: Casey, Brown, Starlings. -md ass. . 1 .34 Colonel Edward K. Smith, Professor of Military Science and Tactics. Graduate Cornell M.E. 1906. Came here 1938 be 1 gall' , ... f.. .I 1-, u . .531- .. Q.. ,1- ,. ,Q I W -'. I ' .Eh E ,. 1-. .-,Qi A .,,- . A '.'. n . - -' 'Q .1 v 1'l ' ..-. .nu ,i :1.'J..9.' X. -- , ,Lx --.-Lick" 15, x A. I 1 :- F I4 Y., 3 'u .eu su, 'Q LQWIIQ-1 'I.n I n .,,.. . 0 ... U-, npf.. .yay x .R , . '. ,.fl . . 3 Q . A-1 1 . -F-:aft . .. u., 4 1.6 T. .v - U J-N-5.,-:7'Tu'f1f"', 1.1. 1.1,-,h-l.., ' D J.,-..,...-f.. 11 .".' 1 .. . 1 I-. A .s 3' 2 l,f .:,':,::.1:..', . . - "ii-1.bS5:."' ' .- ' :. A. .A I 'l.. . ' -. x,: . ',. 5 ge ' 2-.-.11-'rg ,- ', -1 ,L Ji'-' -' ," - Z1 : 1":.'T.A-s:'f-'.f4--" " -- E . ' . ,3...,'. . gzx 1l'I..'1-1-. -- .3 'XA' ' , ,I . .- 'Q 1. . 1' !Z' - .I +L ...J .,...:,,, .,. u -' .-'U . Tn... ,, .1-,., -Q55 ',, A, , -. . . -,.,, g,,4s:.'.-- 'u U Q- lun V22 P. ... ,..'.. Abbhb OFFICERS President . First Vice-President Second Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Executive Board ELEANORE MCNULTY THOMAS JOHNSON 36 Front Rowr Mitchell, Chase, Haynes. Rear Row Betz, F. H. Ayer. CLASS 0F 1940 BURTON MITCHELL HARRY HAYNES FRANCIS AYER BARBARA CHASE CHARLES BETZ FRAN KLIN AYER RICHARD F. NELLSON Theta Chi, Class President 111, 121, 131, Student Council 111, 121 Treasur- er 13'1 , President 141 , Blue Key, Presi- dent 141, Outing Club, 111, 121, 131, 141, Sociology Club 121, 13'1, 141, ln- terfraternity Council, 131, Yacht Club 121, Track 111, 121, 131, 141, Winter track 121, 131, 141, Cheerleader 121, 131, 141, University Student Survey Committee, Freshman Dance Commit- tee, Sophomore Hop Committee, Alpha Kappa Delta, Student Congress, Co- Chairman 141 , Tau Kappa Alpha, Uni- versity Day Committee, Who's Who Among American Universities and Colleges 131, 141, University Social Committee 141, N.H. Club, Univers- ity Radio Announc- er 141. M0 'l' REPRE ENTATIVE of the BLUE and WHITE Two seniors traditionally selected by a popular poll of the three upper classes as the most outstanding in scholarship, character, and leadership during their four years at the University. BARBARA B. CHASE Chi Omega, Vice-President 141, Class Secretary, 131, 141 , The GRANITE 121 , Asst., Managing Editor 13'1 , Outing Club 111, 131, Pan Hellenic 131, German Club 121, May Day Pageant 111, Pep Cats 121, Big Sister Committee 131, W'ho's Who Among Students in Ameri- can Universitites and Colleges 131, 141 , W.A.A. Publicity Manager, 131 , Mortar Board, President , Cadet Colonel Aide 141, Student Congress, Secretary 141. SENIIIRS ADAMS, PTOLEMY A., Waltham, Mass. ADNOF F , ESTHER L., Dover ANANIKIAN, VAHAN, Hartford Center ATWOOD, HARRY H., JR., Pelham AYER, FRANKLIN A., Alstead Center AYER, FRANKLIN A., Stoddard BACON, MILDRED L., Jefferson BAILEY, AVIS E., Hampstead BARKIN, DAVID G., Brookline, Mass. BARNEY, ALBERT L., Grafton BARRETT, JAMES FRANKLIN, Bristol BARTLETT, HELEN F., Warner BATCHELDER, JAMES H., N. Woodstock BATCHELDER, LEW A., Concord BAYRER, RALPH W., Portsmouth BECKINGHAM, KATHLEEN R., Dover BENNETT, NELSON A., Lancaster BETLEY, PHYLLIS A., Manchester BETZ, CHARLES H., JR., Wfoodhaven, N.Y. BIATHROW, ARLENE W., Hanover BISSELL, LEWIS P., East Wolfehoro BLACKWOOD, JOHN B., Concord BRECK, ROBERT W., Montclair, N. J. BRIGGS, W. OTIS, JR., Sanhornville BROWN, CARLETON W., Manchester BUCHANAN, CREELEY S., Cambridge, Mass. BULGER, JOHN P., JR., Durham BULLOCK, CLIFFORD W., Keene A E sa BURLINGAME, LELAND D., Lebanon BURQUE, ELOISE J., Nashua BUSHWAY, HENRY T., Durham BUTTERWORTH, HARRY S., Beverly, Mass. CALVETTI, WILLIAM J., Milford CARLSON, ARTHUR, Concord CARPENTER, KATHARINE L., Newmarket CARPENTER, NELSON S., Newmarket CARR, ARTHUR T., Newport CARRUTH, RALPH O., Manchester CARSON, MARIE E., Noank, Conn. CASSIDY, HENRY P., Dover CHADWICK, DAVID H., Sutton CHANDLER, KATHLEEN O., Barnstead CHAPMAN, HUGH J., Alton CHARITY, LEON F., Chester CHASE, BARBARA B., Manchester CHENEY, BARBARA E., Manchester CLARK, ELIZABETH, Sandwich CLAUSEN, BARBARA, Plainville, Conn. CLEMENT, SHIRLEY E., Nashua COHEN, JUDITH S., Portsmouth COLLINS, ALICE M., Rochester COLMAN, ALICE C., Rochester COOK, F RETTA, Braintree, Mass. COPLEN, LEONARD E., Boston, Mass. CORBIN, DOROTHY M., Portsmouth CORCORAN, JAMES L., Manchester CORDEAU, JUNE E., Lancaster COSTANZO, ALFRED O., Manchaster COUTTS, LLOYD G., Gonic COX, RACHAEL M., Lisbon CRAVEN, L. THOMAS, N. Hampton CROWLEY, RAYMOND W., Franklin CUSHING, FREDERICK G., Lebanon DANIELS, OLIVE L., Durham DAVIDSON, DONALD T., Concord DAVIS, LEONARD W., Strafford, Bow Lake DAVISON, RUTH E., Manchester DAVISON, WARREN R., Melrose, Mass. DEMERSE, BARBARA, Alstead DILLON, ELIZABETH N., Boston, Mass. DINIAK, ALBERT W., Dover DREW, PAUL W., Westfield, N. J. DUNLAP, PHILIP S., Concord DWIGHT, BARBARA H., Manchester DYKE, VIRGINIA H., Atkinson ECKHARDT, DORIS J ., Manchester ECKHARDT, H. ROBERT, Manchester EDGERLY, ALBERT D., Pittsfield EGAN, DONALD H., Winthrop, Mass. EGGLESTON, JOHN L., Sunapee ELLIOTT, ALMA E., Laconia EMERY, PRISCILLA, Portsmouth EWTING, LYLE W., Claremont FAHEY, JOHN, Concord FERNALD, ALFRED E., Nottingham FERRIS, WALTER H., Manchester F IFIELD, JANICE S., Warner FISHER, ALICE I., Rochester FISHMAN, BEATRICE V., Dover FLINT, GORDON B., North Newport FOGGETT, CHARLES M., Intervale FOLEY, .MARGARET J., Portsmouth FONTAINE, MILTON L., Peterborough FORD, WILLIAM J ., Concord FRANKLIN, IRVING L., Durham FREEMAN, MARY G., Exeter GALANES, PETER E., Dover GALLYON, MARY W., Marblehead, Mass. GARVEY, JAMES W., Lawrence, Mass. GERSH, IRVING S., Boston, Mass. GILE, DAVID A., Lochmere GILMAN, LOUIS S., Manchester GOLDFARB, EUGENE, New Bedford, Mass GOODHUE, NATALIE E., Wolfeboro GOODWIN, HARRIET L., Wells, Maine GORMAN, LORRAINE A., Littleton GOULD, ERNEST M., Wellesley, Mass. GOWEN, JANICE A., Stratham GRADY, RUTH M., Derry ' GREENLAW, DAVID A., Bethlehem GREER, WILLIAM E. R., Portsmouth GRIFFIN, GERALD J ., Waltham, Mass. GRIFFIN, JOHN K., Portsmouth GRIFFIN, ROY G., Portsmouth GUILD, GEORGE H., Nashua HAMBLETT, MAURICE F., Somersworth HANLON, JOHN D., Winchester HAPPNY, WILLIAM G., Concord HARDY, ALBERT L., Hudson HARRIMAN, ELIZ., Providence, R.I. HASELTINE, ROBERT C., Haverhill, Mass. HATCH, ALDER T., Dover HAWKINS, RICHARD H., Claremont HAY, RICHARD H., Portsmouth HAYNES, HARRY L., Colehrook HEATH, CARL W., Manchester HEATH, CALVIN A., North Woodstock HERSEY, JOHN L., Portsmouth HIGGINS, ALFRED H., Exeter HILLSON, RUTH L., Malden, Mass. HIRSCHNER, LUELLA D., Derry HODGDON, PHILIP W., Portsmouth HODSDON, CALEB L., Portsmouth HOLT, DAVID, Walpole HOLT, MARTIN, Nashua HUDDLESTON, JOHN S., Durham HUTTON, MILDRED E., Derry INGRAM, ALVIN R., Enfield ISAACSON, CLARENCE E., Portsmouth ISENBERG, JEAN A., Dorchester, Mass. IVERS, RICHARD W., Pelham JAMES, MARION E., Durham JAMGOCHIAN, ELI, Salem Depot JOHNSON, HERBERT A., Putnam, Conn. JOHNSTON, PHILIP C., Wilton JOHNSON, RICHARD H., Concord JOHNSON, THOMAS F., Arlington, Mass. JONES, GEORGE, JR., W. Hartford, Conn JONES, WILLIAM B., JR., Concord JORDAN, WILLIAM R., Conway Center KAPLAN, MILTON M., Bridgeport, Conn. KAROSAS, -LOUIS P., Nashua KEADIN, HERBERT J., Schenectady, N. Y KEEFE, ELIZABETH M., Dover KELLIGREW, MADELINE C., Franklin KENISON, F. KENNETH, North Conway KEW, JOHN K., Keene , KICHLINE, THOMAS E., Durham KOPELMAN, MANUEL E., Roxhury, Mass LANE, JAMES R., Exeter LANE, MARGARET M., Franklin LAPEZA, CHESTER R., Nashua LAPOINTE, ROGER J., Derry Village LARAMIE, GEORGE H., Canaan LARSON, DANA F., Boston, Mass. LAWSON, DONALD A., Stoneham, Mass. LEARY, FRANK J., Manchester LEAVITT, SOLOMON, Haverhill, Mass. LEWIS, ROBERT D., Concord LIBBY, PHILIP C., Dover LIBERTY, JAMES S., Farmington LIVINGSTON, RALPH, Keene LOISELLE, DONALD W., Concord LORD, ROBERT L., Somersworth LOUGHLIN, ANNE W., Dover LOVELL, KENNETH R., Portsmouth MCCAFFERY, DONALD J., Bradford, Mass. MCCAFFERY, GEORGE W., Lincoln MCCARTHY, JOHN H., Manchester MCCLARY, HOWARD C., Salem Depot MCCRILLIS, FRANCES, Goifstown MCCRONE, ELIZABETH M., Dover MCDERMOT, ARTHUR W., Franklin MACDONALD, DOUGLAS H., Nashua MCDONOUGH, LOUIS W., Manchester MCINTRE, RACHEL B., south Essex, Mass. MACMARTIN, MARION P., Wolfehoro MCMASTER, ARLENE H., Salem MCNALLY, FRANCES L., Attleboro, Mass. MCNULTY, ELEANOR W., Hingham, Mass. MADDEN, ARTHUR J., JR., Somersworth MAILLARD, CHARLES A., Dover MANTON, ALBERT C., Berlin MARON, RUTH, Westwood, N. J. MARSH, CHARLES S., Ashland MARSHALL, STUART A., Orford MARTINEAU, KATHERINE M., Newport METCALF, MARGARET M., W. Springfield MILER, RUTH L., Charlestown MILINER, ROBERT A., Concord MITCHELL, BURTON I., Saco, Me. MITCHELL, HAROLD N., Plymouth MOONEY, BENJAMIN W., JR., North Rochester MOORE, BRADFORD D., Swampscott, Mass MOORE, RACHEL C., Peterborough MORAN, WINNIFRED M., Woodsville MORANG, PHYLLIS N., Portsmouth MOREAU, ROBERT, North Sutton MOSCARDINI, LEO R., Tilton MUGGLESTON, FRANK A., Rochester MULMAN, MYER, Manchester MYHRE, CAROLYN, Portsmouth MYHRE, KATHERINE, Portsmouth NASH, MAXHAM E., Framingham, Mass. NELLSON, RICHARD F., Rochester NICHOLS, PAUL R., Salem, NORTON, JOHN F., Dover NORTON, M. ELIZABETH, Hampton NOSECK, KENNETH A., Winchester NOYES, ELOISE E., Plaistow NUTTER, JOHN C., Beach Bluff, Mass. O,CONNELL, JAMES H., Fremont O'CONNOR, RAYMOND H., Berlin 0'CONNOR, REGIS E., Berlin OLSEN, EVELYN K., Danville O'SI-IEA, RITA P., Manchester OSMAN, SEYMOUR, Salem, Mass. OZOG, JULIUS J., Franklin PARR, HARRY A., Hampton PATTEN, RAYMOND B., Port Washington, N. Y. PERKINS, ROBERT W., Schenectady, N. Y. PERRON, FRANK E., Manchester PERSON, HERBERT G., Plymouth PETERSON, FREDERICKA M., Colebrook PHILLIPS, BARBARA, East Candia PINSKA, STELLA M., Manchester PIOLI, ALFRED O., Peterborough PIRETTI, ARIO W., Barre, Vt. PLOADZIK, EDWARD VV., JR., Manchester PLUMPTON, RUSSEL A., Manchester POWER, ELI E., Marblehead, Mass. PRESCOTT, ARTHUR L., Antrim PRICE, LESLIE F., Concord PRINCE, PAUL W., New Boston PUDIAC, SUSAN M., Binghamton, N. Y. PULSIFER, LOUISE M., Plymouth RAINEY, JOHN WJ., Durham RAMAGE, ARCHIBALD P., Lincoln RANDALL, CARL O., JR., North Conway RAYNES, JOHN C., Chester RAYNES, PAUL M., Chester REDER, ANN, Lawrence, Mass. REED, GARDNER C., Wakefield, Mass. REID, JOHN A., W. Chelmsford, Mass. REINHERZ, NATALIE S., Chelsea, Mass. RICHARDS, CHARLES H., Portsmouth RICHARDS, ELIZABETH, Suncook RICHARDSON, JOHN S., Stratford, Conn. RICHARDSON, ROBERT L., Lakeport ROBINSON, LILLIAN L., Portsmouth ROGERS, GEORGE B., Exeter J ROWELL, BEVERLY E., Portsmouth ROWELL, JOHN C., Concord RUTHERFORD, RICHARD R., Plymouth SANDERSON, CARROLL E., Boscawen SANDERSON, WILLIAM R., Mt Vernon, N.Y. SANDLER, GWENDLYN P., Lawrence SARSON, MARY E., Portsmouth SAUER, EDWARD K., Lincoln, Nebraska SAWYER, PHILIP J., Concord SCHIMKE, DONALD G., Fairview, Mass. SENIOR, WALTER M., JR., Melvin Village SHEAHAN, EDMUND C., Somersworth SHERBURNE, RUTH E., Pelham SHMISHKISS, STANLEY, Lynn, Mass. SIMPSON, CARL L., Lakeport SIMS, LAURA, Concord SIPPELL, HELEN, Nyack, N. Y. SIVES, CHARLOTTE L., Londonderry SLATER, WILLIAM S., New Haven, Conn. SMITH, LOUISE C., Gilford SMITH, PHIL J., Tamworth SMITH, RICHARD C., Stratford SMITH, RUTH Z., Lincoln SNOOK, HELEN M., Portsmouth SOPEL, KAZMIERA M., Newmarket SPEARMAN, WILLIAM E., Concord SPELLMAN, FRANCIS A., Rochester STAFFORD, EDWARD R., Berlin STANTON, FAITH H., Durham STEVENS, ALICE L., Raymond STEWART, LAWRENCE J., Center Barnstead sT1MsoN, RUTH G., Dover STONE, JOSEPH L., Claremont STONE, MEDA E., Danvers STOTT, JOHN G., Sanford, Me. SWEET, DAN F., Westfield, N. J. SWEET, HAROLD A., JR., Westfield, N. J. P SWEEZEY, RUTH E., Malden, Mass. SWIFT, ROBINSON M., Wolfehoro SZOT, WALTER, Manchester TAYLOR, DONALD C., Berlin TAYLOR, ROBERT R., Canaan TEMPLE, MARY E., Exeter THEROS, ARTHUR G., Nashua THOMPSON, DONALD R., Plymouth. TOWER, GORDON C., Wilton TUXBURY, FRANCIS K., Etna TWOMBLY, ROBERT W., Portsmouth TYLER, HOWARD W., Rochester, N. Y. TYSON, VICTOR E., JR., Milton, Mass. UNDERWOOD, THEODORE A., Milford UPHAM, MADELINE E., Reed's Ferry URBAN, PETER L., Claremont VASILIOU, HELEN E., Manchester VAUGHAN, DONALD E., Portsmouth WALKER, STEVVART J., Pennacook WALTON, WILFRED G., South Sutton WATERHOUSE, MARY E., Stoneham, Mass. WATSON, ELLEN E., Manchester WEIN, EBER A., Laconia WELLENBERGER, PETER J., , Lynhrook, N. Y. WELLS, DONALD H., Concord WENDELL, HELEN, Portsmouth WEST, ROSETTA A., Concord WHEELER, GLADYS N., Dover WHITCHER, RAYMOND.R., Berlin WHITE, DOROTHY M., Concord WHITTIER, ROYCE E., Concord WINTERBOTTOM, FRED VV., Bethlehem WOLCOTT, JOHN L., Bethlehem WOLF, MYER R., Haverhill, Mass. WOODBURY, KENNETH D., Suncook WOODS, WALTER C., Bath Q ' WOODWARD, JOHN M., Southhoro, Mass. WOODWARD, KARL W., JR., Durham WOOLNER, GORDON P., Manchester WORCESTER, BENJAMIN F ., Manchester WORCESTER, FRANCIS H., West Swanzey W7 RIGHT, FRANK V., North Harpswell, Me WYMAN, LINWTOOD S., South Berwick, Me. YOUNG, ROBERT VV., Portsmouth ZULAUF, GLADYS I., Wolfeboro CLASS 0F 'gi ew-HER LQWQ HBYSTOS1 YP-YAC OFFICERS President CHARLES CRAIG Vice-President MATTHEW J. FLAHERTY Secretary MADELINE PAPACHRISTOS Treasurer STANLEY LOW Executive Board J EANETTE GAGNON DONALD J0NEs JACK KIRK 44 CHARLES CRAIG TH F has made history on the University 0 1 1 of New Hampshire campus. Entering in 1937 with over five hundred members, it was the largest class at that time ever to matriculate at the University, and its commencement next year will be the final event in the celebration of New Hampshire's seventy-fifth anniversary. After an idyllic 'freshman week and a disastrous University Day, class officers were elected. Max Cowen, president, Donald Jones, vice-president, Madeline Papachristos, secretary, and Charles Craig, treasurer were chosen to manage the affairs of the class for that year. Soon the new students began to find their way around, to dance at wrecsw - inaugurated that year -, to go out for various sports, to take an active interest in campus activities, to pledge to the several fraternities and sororities, to curse the food at the Commons. Exchange suppers were begun at the Freshman dining hall, and in the spring a most successful Frosh Frolic took place at the gym. The year was saddened by the death of Dean Pettee, that Grand Old Man of Durham who had become almost an insti- tution at New Hampshire. i Returning in the fall of 1938 as sophomores the members of 1941 found the campus changed with a new wing on Congreve Hall, construction well along on the new cage, and Pettee Hall, a home for home economics, under way. ln a ceremony at the gym after a football rally President Max Cowen smashed an- other tradition in the name of the class when he touched a match to the fresh- man rules. Thus ended for all time all but the ,friendliest rivalry between the lower classes of the University. New ofiicers were elected: Donald J ones, presi- dent, Horace Martin, vice-president, Miss Papachristos, reelected secretary, and Stanley Low, treasurer. Now 1941 was coming into its own. lts members began to appear in The New Hampshire as officers of clubs and fraternities, stars on athletic teams, leading actors in Mask and Dagger, reporters for the newspaper and The Granite. The year went very fast: University Day, Dads' Day, Mil. Art Ball, Carnival, Junior Prom, Mothers' Day, exams. The annual Hop sponsored by the class was the first in years to make money. Witli many familar faces gone and with a new-found dignity 1941 came back to college this fall. Charles Craig, president, Matthew Flaherty, vice-president, Miss Papachristos, secretary, and Stanley Low, treasurer, were elected to serve the class. The year settled back into the same mould: University Day, Dads' Day, Mil. Art Bal . . . ' 45 BEST LOOKING RUTH STOUGHTON EDWARD BURTT MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED HORACE MARTIN ELEANOR I-IILLIER MOST COLLEGIATE AL LUCIER DOROTHY SPARKS CLASS GRIND JUDY PRATT PAUL LYONS CLASS ACTOR J EAN ADAMS ROBERT N OLAN BEST DRESSED VIRGINIA PERCY ROBERT PIPER MOST POPULAR MADELINE PAPACHRISTOS STANLEY Low BEST ATHLETE JEANETTE GAGNON MATTHEW FLAHERTY WITTIEST JEAN HALPIN RUSSELL HAYES MOST RESPECTED ELEANOR ADRIAN MAX GOWAN BEST DANCER JOSEPHINE KLECZYNSKA WILLIAM HALL B. ADAMS H. ADAMS J. ADAMS ADRIAN ALDEN A BARBARA M. ADAMS Dover High School, Elmwood Avenue, Dover, N.H., Alpha Xi, Delta, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Field Hockey 2, 3, Le Circle Francais. HERBERT L. ADAMS Milford High School, 7 Cottage Street, Milford N. H., Theta Kappa Phi, Newman Club, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3. JEAN ADAMS p Plymouth High School, 6 Chester Street, Manchester, N. H., Transfer from Curry Dramatic School, Alpha Xi Delta, Mask and Dagger 2, 3, Outing Club 3, Blue Circle 3, W.A.A. 3, May Day Pageant 2, Big Sister Committee 2. ELEANORE H. ADRIAN Hartford High School, 76 Douglas Street, Hartford, Conn., Phi Mu, Women's Executive Committee 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Newman Club 2, 3, Photography Club 3, Sociology Club 3, German Club 1, 2, Yacht Club 2, W.A.A., Vice-President 2. VIRGINIA M. ALDEN Lancaster Academy, Lancaster, N. H., Alpha Xi Delta, Mask and Dagger 1, 2, 3, Tau Kappa Alpha 2, 3, German Club. GUY E. ALEXANDER Sunapee High School, Sunapee, N. H., Sigma Beta, Outing Club 1, Hockey 1, Ski Team 3. SHIRLEY J. ANDERSON Concord High School, 40 Ridge Road, Concord, N. H., Transfer from Colby Junior College, Outing Club 3. SYBIL G. ANGELOWITZ Berlin High School, 109 State Street, Berlin N. H., Menorah . Society 1, 2, 3. WALTER J. ANGERS, JR. Laconia High School, 263 Pine Street, Laconia, N. H., Theta Kappa Phi, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Scabbard and Blade 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Yacht Club 2, Cross Country 1, Basket- ball 1, Assistant Manager Intramural Athletics 2, Manager Intramural Athletics 3, N. H. Club 3. THOMAS R. BAGLEY Woodsville High School, 33 Park Street, Woodsville, N. H., Theta Kappa Phi, New Hampshire 1, Outing Club 1, 2, New- man Club 1, 2, 3, German Club 3, Intramural Board 2, Intra- mural Council 3. ALEXANDER ANDERSON ANGELOWITZ ANGERS BAGLEY K BALCH BANCROFT BARNARD A. BARNETT ' J. BARNETT CHARLES R. BALCH Hanover High School, Lyme, N. H., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Mask and Dagger 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, Christian Work 1. J DOROTHEA J. BANCROFT Q Bradford Academy, Bradford, Vermont, Transfer Arnold Col- lege, New Haven, Conn., Outing Club 3, Blue Circle 3, Rifle Team 3, Basketball 3. X. - ROBERT L. BARNARD Keene High School, 19.McKinley Street, Keene, N. H., Phi Lambda Phi 2, 3. A. PAUL BARNETT Cristobal High School, Canal Zone, 290 Auburn Street, Man- chester, N. H., Orchestra. J. LoU1s BARNETT Manual Arts High, Los Angeles, Calif, 290 Auburn Street, Manchester, N. H. SALLY S. BARNWELL . ' Florence High School, 705 South Warley Street, Florence, South Carolina, Transfer from Converse College, Alpha Xi Delta, German Club 3. JAMES FRANCIS BARRETT Wakefield, Mass. High School, No. Woodstock, N. H., Theta Kappa Phi, Newman 1, 2, 3, Forestry Club 1. ' KATHRYN V. BARRIY Nashua High School, 296 Main Street, Nashua, N.H., Chi Omega, May Day Pageant. PAUL V. BARTLETT Nashua High School, 7 Lynde Street, Nashua, N. H., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Outing Club 1, Cross Country 1, Lacrosse 2, Ski Team Manager 1, 2, 3, Hockey Team Manager 2. RAYMOND J. BEAN Alton High School, Alton Bay, N. H., Christian Work 3, Psy- chology Club 3, French Club 3. BARNWELL BARRETT BARRY BARTLETT BEAN 1 n BEAULIEU Q BELANGER BILLINGS BIRENBAUM BISHOP BLANCHARD BODWELL BOGRETT BOOTH BRALEY PHILIP F. BEAULIEU Berkeley Preparatory School, 215 South Street, Whitman, Mass., Glee Club l, 2, International Relations Club 2, Outing Club l, 2, 3, Newman Club 1, 2, Photography Club l, Economics Club 2, 3, Scabbard and Blade 3, Advanced Mil. Art, Yacht Club 2, Hockey 1, 2, Football 2, 3, Intramural Manager 3, Cheer Leader 2, 3. GEORGE R. BELANGER Nashua High School, 42 Russell Street, Nashua, N. H., Newman Club 2, Football 1, 2, Baseball 1. LINWOOD W. BILLINGS Dover High School, 8 Rutland Street, Dover, N. H., Advanced Mil. Art 3. NORMAN BIRENBAUM Haverhill High School, 2 Buttonwood Avenue, Haverhill, Mass., Phi Alpha, International Relations Club 2, Mask and Dagger 3. BEATRICE L. BISHOP Kimball Union Academy, Windsor,.Vermont, Phi Mu, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, Christian Work 1, German Club 3, Yacht Club 3, May Day Pageant 1, 2, Le Cercle Francais 1, 2. KENNETH I-I. BLANCHARD Pinkerton Academy, 33 West Broadway, Derry, N. H., The New Hampshire 1, Outing Club 3, German Club 2. WALTER A. BODWELL Manchester West High School, 83 South Mast Street, Goffstown, N. H., Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Zeta 2, 3, Phi Lambda Phi 2, 3, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Freshman Football, Poultry Club. VICTOR A. BOGRETT Hampton Academy, C. Street, Hampton Beach, N. H., Alpha Tau Omega, Outing Club 2, 3, Flying Club 2, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 2, Skiing 3, Secretary Intramural Council 3, American Society of International Law. PRISCILLA R. BOOTH Stoneham High School, 9 Peabody Road, Stoneham, Mass. Chi Omega, Outing Club 1, 2, Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, All Star Hockey 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Home Economics Club. RUTH E. BRALEY Manchester West High School, 127 Blaine St., Manchester, N. H., Alpha Xi Delta, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Christian Work 1, 2, Big Sister Committee, May Day Pageant. DOROTHY L. BREWSTER Robinson Seminary, 7 Marlboro Street, Exeter, N. H., 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Christian Work 1, 2, 3, Assoc. of Women Day Students 1, 2, 3, Commuters Coop. 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, Home Economics Club 3. ' KENNETH A. BRIGHTON Peterborough High School, 26 Pine Street, Peterborough, N. H., Yacht Club 1, 2, 3. LESLIE L. BRITTEN Middlebury High School, Camp Naidini, Brandon, Vt., Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Forestry Club 1, 2, 3. JAMES A. BRODIE Hampton Academy, Exeter Road, Hampton, N.H., Alpha Sigma 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Hockey 1, J.V. Football 3, Lacrosse 1. GEORGE W. BROOKS Montpelier High School, Warren Street, Montpelier, Vt., Phi Mu Delta, Outing Club 2, Christian Work 2, Yacht Club 1, 2, 3. BREWSTER BRIGHTON C. BROWN K. BROWN CLYDE Cox BROWN Meredith High School, Center Harbor, N. H., Outing Club 1, 2, 3, J.V. Football 2, Ski Team 2, 3, Student Landlords, Manager 2, 3. KATHERINE A. BROWN Concord High School, 242 Pleasant Street, Concord, N. H., Kappa Delta, Glee Club 1, Mask and Dagger 2, 3, Outing Club 1, Christian Work 1, German Club 1, 3, May Day Pageant 1, 2. . MILDRED F. BROWN Berlin High School, 87 Green Street, Berlin, N. H., Menorah Society 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM I. BROWN New Hampton Preparatory School, 21 Winthrop Road, Lex- ington, Mass., Phi Sigma Kappa, Transfer from U. of Penn., Outing Club, Yacht Club. BETTY E. BROWNE Keene High School, 16 Grant Street, Keene, N. H.,Theta Upsilon, Outing Club 3, Christian Work 1, German Club 2, Psychology Club 2, 3. BRITTON BRODIE BROOKS M. BROWN W. BROWN B. BROWNE WILSON BRUNEL Concord High School, 8 Morton Street, Concord, N. H., Lambda Chi Alpha, Interfraternity Council 3, Scabbard and Blade 3, Ad- vanced Mil. Art 3, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, 3. JEAN S. BUCHAN Teaneck High School, 274 Merrison Street, Teaneck, N. J., Chi Omega, Outing Club 1, 2, Home Economics Club 2, 3. WALTER BUCHANAN Thayer High School, Wincliester, N. H., Alpha Gamma Rho, Outing Club 1, Christian Work 1, 2, 3, Dean's Advisory Council 2, Student Landlords 2, 3. ERNEST N. BULGER Nashua High School, 13 Mill Road, Durham, N. H., Outing Club 1, 2, Scabbard and Blade 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, Lacrosse 1. OMER W. BUREAU Manchester' Central High School, Reading Street, Auburn, N. H., Sigma Beta, Yacht Club 3. BRUNEL BUCHAN BURLEIGH BURNS BUCHANAN BURTT CHARLES A. BURLEIGH Baldwin High School, 20 N. Grand Ave., Baldwin, N. Y., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, The New Hampshire 1, Yacht Club 2, Manager Lacrosse 1, Manager Rifle Team 1, Forestry Club 2, 3. A PAUL E. BURNS Nashua High School, 16 Lock Street, Nashua, N. H., German Club 2, Cross Country 1, Spring Track 2. EDWARD H. BURTT Tilton School, Hancock, N. H., Lambda Chi Alpha, Sphinx, Secretary, Outing Club, German Club, N. H. Club, Football 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, Lacrosse 1, Blue Circle 3. ELIZABETH H. BUXTON Nashua High School, 1 School Street, Hudson, N. H., Theta Upsilon, Outing Club 2, 4-H Club 1, 2, German Club 1, 2, Psychology Club 2, 3. MARJORIE C. CALLAHAN St. Joseph High School, 3031 Brown Ave., Manchester, N. H., Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Mask and Dagger 1, 2, 3, Newman Club 3, Christian Work 1, 2, German Club 2, 3, Big Sister Committee 3. BULGER BUREAU BUXTON CALLAHAN 52 A. CAMPBELL C. CAMPBELL M. CAMPBELL A. CARLISLE G. CARLISLE CARROLL CARTER CATEs CATTABRIGA A. CHADWICK ALAN M. CAMPBELL Gorton High School, Windham, N. H., Phi Mu Delta, American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3, 4, Outing Club 1, Advanced Mil. Art. 3, Yacht Club 2, 3, Football 1. CONSTANCE R. CAMPBELL - Transfer from Colby Junior College, Wilmot, N. H., Glee Club 3, Outing Club 3, Christian Work 3, Yacht Club 3, Rifle Squad 3. MAXWEITL S. CAMPBELL Proctor Academy, Wilmot, N. H., Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Tau Kappa Alpha 2, Christian Work, Yacht Club 2, 3, Football 1, 2, Skiing 1, Alpha Sigma, University Quartet 3. ANNE L. 'CARLISLE Concord High School, 53 Rumford Street, Concord, N. H., Phi Mu, The New Hampshire 1, Outing Club 3, Christian Work 1, All-Star Basketball 1, 2, 3, Class Hockey 1, 3, Class Baseball 2. GORDON CARLISLE Brewster Academy, Wolfeboro, N. H., Alpha Tau Omega, International Relations Club 3, German Club 3, Chess Club 2. ROBERT T. CARROLL Dover High School, 19 First Street, Dover, N. H., German Club 3, Commuters' Club 2, 3, Tennis 2. HOPE CARTER Wakefield, Mass. High School, 24 Upton Lane, Lynnfield, Mass., Chi Omega, The Granite, 1, 2, Managing Editor 3, The New Hampshire 1, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, German Club 1, 2. , NEIL C. CATEs Q Kennett High School, North Conway, N. H., Outing Club 1, 2, 3, German Club 2. ' I ROGER A. CATTABRIGA Enfield High School, Stevens St., Enfield, N. H., Sphinx 3, Freshman Football, Junior Varsity Football 2, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3. ARTHUR C. CHADWICK 1 Concord High School, Bow Street, Concord, N. H., Pi Kappa Alpha, Sphinx 3. J. CHADWICK CHAMBERLIN CHANDLER CHAPMAN F. CHASE JOHN T. CHADWICK Johnson High School, N. Andover, Mass., R.F.D. Bradford St., Barker, Mass., Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Zeta 2, 3, Phi Sigma 3, Freshman Lacrosse, Student Advisory Committee on Educa- tion Policy 3. KATE E. CHAMBERLAIN Woodsville High School, North Haverhill, N. H., Chi Omega, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Yacht Club 3, Women's Ski Team 3. NATALIE M. CHANDLER New Boston High School, New Boston, N. H., Theta Upsilon, Outing Club, 1, Tau Kappa Alpha, 2, 3, Christian Work 1, 2, Baseball 2, 3, .Debating 1, 3, Girls Debate Manager 3, Soph- omore Hop Committee. CHARLES C. CHAPMAN Rochester High School, Washington Street, Rochester, N. H., Mask and Dagger 1, 2, 3, German Club 2, 3, University Band, 1, 2, Treasurer 3, University Orchestra 3. FRANCIS M. CHASE Canton High School, 53 Fuller Street, Canton, Mass., Theta Kappa Phi, American Society of Civil Engineers 2, 3, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Scabbard and Blade 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Football 1, 2, 3, N. H. Club. 9 GORDON W. CHASE Concord High School, 480 N. State Street, West Concord, N. H., Gamma Kappa 3, Yacht Club 2. HERBERT L. CHEESEMAN Keene High School, Cheeseman Ct., Marlboro, N. H., Phi Delta Upsilon, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Advanced Mil. Art, Junior Manager Winter Sports. ISRAEL R. CHORNEY Keene High School, 35 Damon Ct., Keene, N. H., Gamma Kappa, Photography Club, Freshman Basketball, Freshman Football. GoRnoN M. CHRYSLER Salem High School,Salem, N. H., Lambda Chi Alpha, The New Hampshire 1, Outing Club 2, 3, Christian Work 1, 2, 3, Flying Club 2, Economics Club 3. ALLEN W. CHURCH Fairhaven, Mass. High School, Newmarket Road, Durham, N. H., American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3, Outing Club 1, Christian Work 1, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Flying Club 3. G. CHASE CHEESEMAN CHORNEY CHRYSLER A. CHURCH m E. CHURCH H. CHURCH CILLEY J. CLARK M. CLARK I EDWARD H. CHURCH Fairhaven High School3 Mass3 Newmarket Road, Durham, N. H.3 American Society of Civil Engineers 2, 33 Outing Club 13 Christian Work 13 Advanced Mil. Art 3. HAZEL M. CHURCH Haverhill Academyg No. Haverhill, N. H.3 4-H Club 1, 23 Christian Work 13 Omvila Cilub 23 Classical Club 13 French C ub 1. GEORGE C. CILLEY Concord High School3 Iron Works, Concord, N. H.3 Phi Delta Upsilon3 Sphinx 23 Interfraternity COuncil3 University Band. JAMES F. CLARK Dover Hi h School' 7 Green Street Dover N H ' Outin Club g 9 7 9 ' '9 g 13 Photography Club 3g Cauldrons 33 Advanced Mil. Art 33 Ger- man Club 23 Commuters' Club 2, 3. 3 MILLARD S. CLARK Bethlehem High School3 Bethlehem, N. H.3 Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Scabbard and Bladeg Yacht Club 1, 2. A RICHARD H. CLARK Nashua High School3 3 Ayer Street, Nashua, N. H.3 The New Hampshire 33 Outing Culb 1, 2, 33 Christian Work 1, 23 Ad- vanced Mil. Art 3g Yacht Club lg Rifle Team 2, 3g Baseball Manager 1, 2, 33 Freshman Cross Country. WALLACE T. CLARK Proctor Academyg Potter Place, N. H.3 Sigma Beta3 Glee Clubg Sociology Club3 Economics Club3 Cauldrons 1, 23, Flying Clubg Baseball 1, 23 Football .l.V. 2, 33 Basketball 13 Intramurals 2, 3. HELEN C. COLBY South High School, YOungstown3 221 East Dewey Ave., Youngs- town, Ohio3 Outing Club 1, 2, 33 Lens and Shutter 23 Yacht Club 33 Archery3 Hockey, All Star 23 Basketball, All Star 23 Baseball3 May Day Pageant 13 Omvila Club 2. DOROTHY B. COLLIER . Portsmouth High School3 426 State Street, Portsmouth, N. H.3 Glee Club 13 Outing Club 1, 23 Christian Work 13 German 2, 33 Yacht Club 3g Gilbert and Sullivan- 23 May Day Pageant 1. PAUL F. CONWAY Melrose High School3 Parker Street, Exeter, N. H.3 Transfer from Bryant and Stratton3 Outing Club lg Newman Club 1, 2, 3g Hockey 1, 2, 3, Captain 13 Tennis 1, 2, 33 Executive Committee 13 Freshman Dance Committee. R. CLARK W. CLARK COLBY COLLIER CONWAY COOK COX CRAIG CRICENTI CROOK CROSS CRYANS CURRIER DARLING E. DAVIS CHARLES I-I. COOK Portsmouth High School, 491 Broad Street, Portsmouth, N. H., I Psychology Club 2. ELLIS T. COX Portsmouth High School, 357 Maplewood Ave., Portsmouth, N. H. CHARLES W. CRAIG William High School, 14- Newport Ave., West Hartford, Conn., Treasure of the Freshman Class, President of the Junior Class, Student Council 3, The Granite 3, The New Hampshire 1, Mask and Dagger 2, 3, Cauldrons 3, Vice-President, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Winter Track 1, 3, Relay Team 1, Spring Track 1, Student Congress 3, 75th Anniversary Committee 3, Chairman, Sophomore Hop Committee. GEORGE S. CRIOENTI New London High School, New London, N. H., Outing Club 1, 4-H Club 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, 4, University Band 1, 2, Manager of the Rifle Team 1h2, 13, Football 2, Poultry Science u . WILLARD E. CROOK Laconia High School, R.F.D. No. 1, Laconia, N. H., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Football 1, Winter Track 1, 2, 3, Relay Team 2, 3, Spring Track 1, 2, 3, Repreisentative to the Intramural Counci . RUTH F. CROSS Goffstown High School, R.F.D. No. 1, Goffstown, N. H., Chris- tian Work 1, 2, 3, German Club 3, Baseball 2, Barnacles 2. g LOUIS G. CRYANS Berlin High School, 570 Goebel Street, Berlin, N. H., Theta Kappa Phi, Sphinx, Newman Club, Sociology Club, Inter- fraternity Council, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3. ROLAND F. CURRIER Haverhill High School, South Main Street, Plaistow, N. H. GEORGE S. DARLING Woodsville High, Woodsville, N. H., Phi Delta Upsilon, Transfer from University of Alabama. I EDITH M. DAvIS Amherst High, Amherst, N. H., International Relations Club 3, Christian Work 1, 2, 3. MURIEL W. DAY ' Woodsville High School, 15 Ammonoosuc Street, Woodsville, V N. H., 4-H Club 1, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3. OLIVER F. DENNETT Pittsfield High School, Pittsfield, N. H,,,Phi Mu Delta, Amer- ican Society of Mechanical Engineers 1, 2, 3, Advanced Mil. Art 1,'2, 3, Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, University Band 1, 2, Cross Country 1. JAMES V. DERBY, JR. Marlboro High School, Marlboro, N. H., Cross Country 1, Student Advisory Board 3. ' GUY A. DODGE, JR. Towle High School, 37 Laurel Street, Newport, N. H., Pi Kappa Alpha. . RITA M. DONAHOE Concord High School, Transfer from Lasell Junior College, 1 3 South Street, Concord, N. H., Chi Omega. MARIE A. DONAHUE Berwick Academy, South Berwick, Maine, Pi Lambda Sigma, Women's Executive Committee 3, Newman Club 1, 2, Associa- tion of Women Day Students 1, 2, 3, German Club 2, Class Hockey 1, 2, 3, Big Sister Committee 3, May Day Pageant 1, Le Cercle Francais 1, 2. JOHN DowN1NG Nashua High School, 27 Russell Avenue, Nashua, N. H., Theta Kappa Phi, International Relations Club 2, Newman Club 2,3. CPicture--Page 88.1 WILLIAM D. DowNs Manchester Central High School, 558 Concord Street, Man- chester, N. H., Kappa Sigma, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Alpha Sigma 3. GEORGE E. DOYLE Hanover High School, School Street, Hanover, N. H., Outing Club 2, 3, Winter Sports 1, 2, 3. Lois B. DRAPER Robinson Female Seminary, 20 Cass Street, Exeter, N. H., Theta Upsilon, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Blue Circle 1, 2, 3, Phi Lambda Phi 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Christian Work 1, Association of Women Day Students 1, Hockey 1, 2, Bas- ketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Commuter's Co-op 1, 2, W.A.A. 3, Big Sister Committee 2. EUGENE N. DUFFY Lebanon High School and Clark School, 29 Parkhurst Street, Lebanon, N. H., Phi Mu Delta, Sphinx 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Economics Club 2, 3, Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, N. H. Club 1, 2, 3, Ski Team 1, 2. DAY DENNETT DERBY DODGE DONAHOE DONAHUE DowNs DoYLE DRAPER DUFFY RAYMOND W. DYER Portsmouth High School, 177 Concord Way, Portsmouth, N. H., Glee Club 1, 3, Mask and Dagger 2, 3, Alpha Sigma 3. ANN-LoU1sE EASTINIAN Kalamazoo Central High School, 41 Lincoln Ave., Newark, New Jersey, Glee Club 2, 3. BESSIE E. EASTMAN Andover High School, East Andover, N. H., Outing Club 1, 2, Christian Work 1, 2, German Club 2, 3. LAURENIA A. EASTMAN Dover High School, Northfield, School Street, Durham, N. H., Theta Upsilon, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Christian Work 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2, Folio 2, May Day Pageant 1, Yacht Club 3, Gilbert and Sullivan 2. RUTH S. EASTMAN Andover High School, Andover, N. H., The New Hampshire 1, 2, Outing Club 1, Sociology Club 2, 3, German Club 3, Yacht Club 3, Folio 1, 2, 3, Poetry Club 2, 3. GEORGE ECKMAN Manchester Central High School, 171 Lake Avenue, Manchester, N. H., American Society of Civil Engineers 3, 4-, University Band 2. ELIZABETH H. EDsoN West Lebanon High School, Main Street, West Lebanon, N. H., Theta Upsilon, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Mask and Dagger 1, 2, 3, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Gilbert and Sullivan 2. RoY H. ELL1oT, JR. Laconia High School, 115 Oak Street, Laconia, N. H., Amer- ican Society of Civil Engineers 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Winter Track 1, 2, 3, Mile Relay 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 2, Spring Track 2, N. H. Club. THOMAS W. ENGLERT Portsmouth High School, 476 Wibird Street, Portsmouth, N. H. MAURICE EPSTEIN Public Latin High School, 200 Winchester Street, Brookline, Mass., Phi Alpha, The New Hampshire 2, Outing Club 1, Phi Lambda Phi, Economics Club 3, Winter Track 1. DYER A. EASTMAN B. EASTMAN L. EASTMAN R. EASTMAN ECKMAN EnsoN ELLIOTT ENGLERT EPSTEIN S. EVANS V. EVANS FARRAR FARRIS FECKE FELLMAN FENNERTY FERNALD A. FERRY D. FERRY SHIRLEY E. EVANS Amesbury High School, Amesbury, Mass., Outing Club 1, Liberal Club 3, Christian Work 1, 2, 3, Folio 2, 3, Poetry Club 2, 3. VERNON W. EVANS, JR. q Saugus High School, 94 Chestnut Street, Saugus, Mass., Kappa Sigma, Glee Club 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, J. V. Football 3, Gilbert and Sullivan 3, Transfer from De Pauw College. PRESCOTT S. FARRAR Henniker High School, Henniker, N. H., Kappa Sigma, Alpha Zeta 2, 3, Mask and Dagger 2, 3, University Band 1, 2, 3, President 3, Freshman Football, Freshman Baseball, Track 1, 2, Rifle Team 1, 2, University Music Council, University Orchestra 2, 3. EDWARD W. FARRIS North Attleboro High School, 385 Broadway Street, North Attle- boro, Mass., Theta Chi, American Society of Mechanical En- gineers, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Yacht Club 2, 3, Flying Club. JOHN FECKE Milton High School, 3 Hay Terrace, Milton, Mass., Theta Chi, Outing Club, Economics Club, Football 1, 3. SUMNER FELLMAN Newburyport High School, 114 Merrimac Street, Newburyport, Mass., Phi Alpha, Student Council 3, Sphinx 1, 3, Glee Club 1, The Granite, Sports Editor, 3, The New Hampshire 1, 2, 3, News Editor, Managing Editor, Associate Editor, Track 1, 2, Folio 3, Classical Club 3, Student Writer 2, Class Executive Committee 3, Sophomore Hop Committee 2, Debating Team 3. Publicity Chairman, Junior Prom Committee. BARBARA M. EENERTY Conant High School, East Jaffrey, N. H., Outing Club 3, Asso- ciation of Women Day Students 1, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3. ARTHUR T. FERNALD Exeter High School, Nottingham, N. H., Phi Delta Upsilon, Gamma Kappa 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, Yacht Club 2, Rifle Team 2. ALLAN B. FERRY Alton High School, Alton Bay, N. H., Theta Chi, The Granite 2, 3, Business Manager 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Scabbard and Blade 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Intramurals 2. DOROTHY E. FERRY Portsmouth High School, 24 Cass Street, Portsmouth, N. H., Theta Upsilon, Glee Club 1, 3, The Granite 1, 2, The New Hampshire 1, 2, Outing Club 1, Christian Work 1, 2, German Club 1, 2, Yacht Club 1, 2, 3. FINDEISEN F1REsToNE FITZGERALD FLAHERTY FOLEY WILFRED A. FINDEISEN Methuen High School, 167 Lowell Street, Methuen, Mass.: Lambda Chi Alpha, Alpha Zeta 2, 3, The Granite 2, 3, Editor- in-Chief 3, Outing Club 3, Phi Lambda Phi 2, 3, Hockey 1, Lacrosse 3. CHARLES M. FIRESTONE Manchester Central High School, Transfer from St. Anselm's College, 260 Central Street, Manchester, N. H., German Club 2, University Band 2, 3, Intramural Sports. PATRICK J. FITZGERALD Concord High School, 29 Union Street, Concord, N. H., New- man Club 1, 2, 3, Phi Sigma 3, German Club 3. MATTHEW J. FLAHERTY Deering High School, 18 Pleasant Street, Derry, N. H., Theta Kappa Phi, Vice-President 3, Newman Club 1, Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3. WALTER T. FOLEY St. John's High School, Morton Street, Concord, N. H., Kappa Sigma, Newman Club 3, Student Landlords 3. MARJORIE FoLz ' Portsmouth High School, Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N. H., Chi Omega, May Day Pageant 1. JANET H. FORD Dover High School, 10 Mill Road, Durham, N. H., The Granite 2, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Christian Work 3, Sociology Club 2, 3, Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, Alpha Kappa Delta 3. EILEEN M. Foss Berwick High School, Pine Hill Road, Berwick, Maine, Theta Upsilon, Association of Women Day Students 2. ALDEN E. Fox Wilton High School, Wilton, N. H., American Society of Civil Engineers, Outing Club 2, Advanced Mil. Art 3. PIERBERT FREEDMAN Portsmouth High School, 279 Marcy Street, Portsmouth, N. H., Transfer from University of Wyoming, German Club 3, Foot- ball 1, Intramurals 2, 3, Pre-Medical Club 1. FoLz FORD Foss Fox FREEDMAN FRENCH FREY GAGNON GARDNER GARLAND RUTH L. FRENCH Kennett High School3 Center Conway, N. H.3 The Granite 23 Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 33 Women's Rifle Team 2. GORDON F. FREY . Braintree High School3 East Braintree, Mass.3 Theta Chig Scab- bard and Blade3 Advanced Mil. Art3 Lacrosse 1, 2. JEANETTE GAGNON North Attleboro High School3 218 Park St.3 North Attleboro, Mass.3 Executive Committee 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 33 Blue Circle 1, 2, 33 Tau Kappa Alpha 2, 33 Christian Work lg Tennis, Class Champion.1, 23 Hockey 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 All Star Basketball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 23 Sophomore Hop Committee3 Cheerleader 33 Carnival Ball Queen 23 Carnival Ball Com- mittee 2, 3. WILLIAM H. GARDNER Concord High School3 49 Auburn St., Concord, N. H.3 Phi Mu Deltag American Society of Mechanical Engineers 33 Mask and Dagger 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 13 Casque and Casketg Advanced Mil. Art3 Yacht Club 1, 2, 33 University Band 1, 2. FREDERICK W. GARLAND Lowell High School3 Pelham, N. H.3 Alpha Gamma Rhog Alpha Zeta 2, 3, 43 Phi Sigma 3, 43 Spring Track 2. FRED A. GARNSEY, JR. Sanford High School3 34 School St., Sanford, Maine3 Sigma Phi Epsilon3 Transfer from University of Pennsylvania. BURT C. GAY New London High School3 New London, N. H.3 Phi Delta Upsilong American Society of Mechanical Engineers3 Advanced Mil. Artg Flying Club 2, 3. ELEANOR F. GAY Holten High School3 152 Holten St., Danvers, Mass.3 Chi Omegag The Granite 1, 2, Engraving Editor 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 33 Sociology Club 2, 33 Pan Hellenic 33 Sophomore Hop Com- mittee 2g Carnival Queen's Court 23 Big Sister Committee 3. DORIS E. GELATT E3St.Gl'66HSN'iCh Academy, East Greenwich, R. 1.3 47 Homestead Ave., Woonsocket, R. 1.3 Theta Upsilong The Granite 23 Le Cercle Francais. i SHERWVIN J. GERBER Chelsea High School3 295 Washington Avenue, Chelsea, Mass.3 International Relations Club 3g Outing Club 2, 33 Freshman Spring TYHClCQ Intramurals 2. GARNSEY B. GAY E. GAY GELATT GERBER GLINES GODFREY GOODELL GOODWIN A. GORDON L. GORDON P. GORDON GORMLY GOULD E. GOULD CHARLES GILMORE Winchendon High School, 79 Pleasant Street, Winchendon, Mass. HERBERT E. GLINES Twin Mt. High School, Twin Mountain, N. H., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Varsity Football 2, 3, Varsity Lacrosse 2, Freshman Football, Freshman Lacrosse, N. H. Club 3. GEORGES F. GODFREY New York Military Academy, 37 Woolson Road, Lisbon, N. H., Alpha Gamma Rho, Sphinx 3, Alpha Zeta 2, 3, Outing Club l, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Freshman Football, Junior Varsity Football 3, Poultry Science Club 2, 3. RICHARD A. GOODELL Thayer High School, Winchester, N. H., American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3, Glee Club 2, The New Hampshire 1, 2, Cauldrons 2, 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Baseball 1, Manager 2, Junior Varsity Football 3. ELLA E. GOODWIN Alton High School, Alton, N. H., Christian Work 1, 2, Sociol- ogy Club, Omvila Club 2, 3. ALICE L. GORDON Hanover High School, Hanover, N. H., Alpha Xi Delta, Outing Club, Psi Lambda, Christian Work, Yacht Club, Psychology Club, May Day Pageant l, 2. LURLENE A. GORDON Pinkerton Academy, East Derry, N. H. PAUL J. GORDON Manchester Central High School, Manchester, N. H., Phi Alpha, German Club 3, Intramural Bowling 3. RICHARD W. GORMLY Sanborn Seminary, Newton, N. H., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Chi Sigma, German Club 2, Cross Country 1, Spring Track Manager 2, 3. EDWARD W. GOULD Amesbury High School, Whitehall Street, Amesbury, Mass., Theta Chi, Outing Club 3, Varsity Football 3, Winter Sports 3. D ELEANOR A. GOULD Towle High School, Newport, N. H., Alpha Xi Delta, Outing Club, Newman Club, Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, May Day Pageant 2. MAX F. GOWEN Austin Cate Academy, 44 Perley Street, Concord, N. H., Sigma Beta, Class President 1, Student Council 1, 2, Football 1, 2, Baseball 1. ROBERT E. GRAHAM Gorham High School, Percy, N. H. KENNETH E. GRANT Dover High School, Dover Street, Salmon Falls, N. H., Cross Country 1, Winter Track 1. RUTH ANN GREENLEE P P Portsmouth High School, Quarters C. Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N. H., Chi Omega, Transfer from Colby Junior College, . Secretarial Club 3. ALBERT J. GREGG Kennett High School, Conway, N. H., Pi Kappa Alpha, New- man Club 1, 3, German Club 2, 3, Le Cercle Francais 2, 3. FoREsT B. GRIFFIN Sanborn Seminary, Fremont, N. H., Outing Club 3, 4--H Club 1, 2, 3, German Club 2, Crrossii Country 1, Winter Track 1, 1 rac 1. - SAMUEL G. GRIFFIN Portsmouth High School, 383 Miller Avenue, Portsmouth, N. H., Newman Club 1, 2, German Club 3, University Band 1, 2. DOROTHY HAINES Hastings-on-Hudson High School, 133 Mt. Hope Boulevard, Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y., Alpha Xi Delta, The Granite, Art Editor 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Christian Work 1, Sophomore Hop Committee. WILMA A. HALE Lyman High School, Ashley, Mass., Rindge, N. H., Glee Club 2, Outing Club 2, Christian Work 1, 2, 3, Omvila Club 2, 3, French Club 1. WALDRON B. HALEY Dover High School, Barrington, N. H., Kappa Sigma, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, German Club 2, University Band 2, Assistant Manager Lacrosse 1, 2, 3. GOWEN GRAHAM GRANT GREENLEE GREGG F. GRIFFIN S. GRIFFIN HAINES HALE , HALEY , v l FRED W. HALL, JR. Nashua High School3 113 Central Street, Hudson, N. H.3 Sigma Beta3 Outing Club lg Economics Club 33 Advanced Mil. Art 33 Track 1, 23 Debating 1, 2, 3g Mask and Dagger 3. LLOYD C. HALL Andover High School3 Andover, Mass.3 Phi Lambda Phi3 Ad- vanced Mil. Artg Alpha Sigmag Education Policy Committee. PHILIP A. HALL Keene High School3 ,Westmoreland Depot, N. H.3 Phi Delta Upsilong American Society of Mechanical Engineersg Phi Lambda Phi, Secretary, Treasurerg Intramurals. JEAN C. HALPIN Yonkers High School3 23 Highland Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y.3 Alpha Xi Della? The Granite 2, Photography Editor 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 3g Blue Circle 2, 3, Publicity Director 3g Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Basketball 13 Big Sister Committee 3g Sophomore Hop Committee 2. 1 BARBARA E. HAM ' Dover High School3 10 Main Street, Durham, N. H.3 Outing Club 1, 23 Christian Work 3g Sociology Club 1, 2, 33 Yacht Club 1, 2, 33 May Day Pageant 1, 2. AUSTIN P. HAMILTON West Manchester High Schoolg 4 Marlboro Street, Manchester, N. H.3 American Institute of Electrical Engineers 33 Newman Club 1, 2, 3g Cauldrons 2, 33 Cross Country 1, 23 Trackll, 2, 3. ,la .f, CAROLYN G. HAMLIN ' 'S 1321! Gorham High School3 Gorham, N. H.3 Mask and Dagger 1, 2, 33 Outing Club lg Psi Lambda 3. - EVELYN J. HANDLEY Stevens High School3 99 Winter Street, Clarem'ontjN. H.3 Phi Mu3 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 23 4--I-l.YC3ljib 1, 2, 3. .Q-, u- H, CLIPSTON HARDING ' '- Thayer High School3 Little Harbor Road, Portsmouth, N. H.3 Gamma Kappa. fPicture-Page 88135 , . .5 'flu Y QW. ,, 3. - 4 RUTH A. HARDY gf , f Hollis High School3 Hollis, N. H.,-olee Club l, 2, sg Gilbert and Sullivan l, 23 Home Economics Club 2, 3. DONALD S. HARMON Raymond High School3 Raymond, N. H.3 Phi Delta Upsilon. F. HALL, JR. L. HALL P. HALL HALPIN HAM HAMILTON HAMLIN HANDLEY HARDY HARMON R HARRISON HART HAYDEN HAYES . HAYNOR HEALD HEATH HEBERT HENDRICK HERLIHY MARGARET B. HARRISON Dover High School, Transfer from Edgewood Park Junior College, 8 Arch Street, Dover, N. H., Pi Lambda Phi, Outing Club 2, Newman Club 2, 3, Yacht Club 2, 3, May Day Pageant 2. RALPH W. HART A Penacook High School, 16 North Spring Street, Concord, N. H., Lacrosse 2. ANNA HAWKINS Laconia High School, 15 Irving Street, Laconia, N. H., Transfer from Emerson College. CPicture-Page 885. CLARA L. HAYDEN Hollis High School, Hollis, N. H., Theta Upsilon, Glee Club 1, 2, Outing Club 1, Christian Vlfork 3, Association of Women Day Students 2, Home Economics Club 2, 3, May Day Pageant 1, Omvila Club 3. J. RUSSELL HAYES Portsmouth High School, Mendum Avenue, Portsmouth, N. H., Sigma Beta, Outing Club 1, Scabbard and Blade 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 1. MARY R. HAYNER Laconia High School, 54 Adams Street, Laconia, N. H., Pi Lambda Sigma, Outing Club, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Rifle Team 2, Secretarial Club. JAMES L. HEALD Littleton High School, 51 Cottage Street, Littleton, N. H., Alpha Tau Omega, Interfraternity Council 3, German Club 2, University Band 1, 2, Student Landlords 2, 3, Cross Country Manager 1, 2, 3. GEORGE F. HEATH Simonds High School, Warner, N. H., American Society of Electrical Engineers, Advanced Mil. Art, Varsity Hockey 3. - DONALD R. HERBERT Manchester West High School, 60 Shirley Hill Road, Man- chester, N. H., American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Cauldrons 2, 3. LLOYD HENDRICK, H Bourne High School, Pocasset, Massachusetts, Scabbard and Blade 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Outing Club 2, 3, J. V. Football 3: American Institute of Electrical Engineers 3. ' FREDERICK D. HERLIHY Wilton High School, 5 Prince Street, Wilton, N. H., Sigma Beta, Outing Club 1, Newman Club 1, 2, 3. HICKIN ' HILDRETI1 HILL HILLIER HOGAN -STANLEY E. HICKIN Rittman, Ohio High School, 3 Harvard Street, Newtonville, Mass., Alpha Tau Omega, American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3, Outing Club 1, Baseball 1, 2, Football 3. WILLIAM W. HILDRETH, JR. Brewster Free Academy, Union Street, Wolfesbo1'o, N. H.: Delta Upsilon, Gamma Kappa 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Blue Circle 2, 3, Flying Club 2, 3. - MARGARET E. HILL Kimball Union Academy, Plainfield, N. H., Phi Mu, Outing Club 1, Christian Work 1, 2, Sociology Club 3, German Club 2, 3, Yacht Club 3, Folio 1, 2. ELEANOR B. HILLIER . Lancaster Academy, 32 Kilkenney Street, Lancaster, N. H., Alpha Xi Delta, Women's Executive Committee 3, The Granite 2, Associate Editor 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Phi Sigma 3, Pan Hellenic 3, German Club 2, 3, Yacht Club 2, 3, Big Sister Com- mittee 2, 3, May Day Pageant 1, Student Committee on Cur- ricula Activities 3. JAMES B. HoGAN Thayer High School, Chesterfield Road, Winchester, N. H., Alpha Gamma Rho, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Freshman Track, ' .l. V. Football. MARTHA HoLT W'ilton High School, Vlfilton, N. H., Theta Upsilon, The Granite 1, 2, Organizations Editor 3, The New Hampshire 1, 2, Outing Club 1, 2, Phi Sigma, Christian Work 1, 2, German Club 2, Yacht Club 2. MARY HoUGH g Hamden Conn. High School, 151 Central Avenue, Dover, N. H., Transfer from Wellesley College, Outing Club, Association of Women Day Students, Yacht Club. MARY G. HowE Dover High School, 7 West Concord Street, Dover, N. H., Theta Upsilon, Glee Club 1, Association of Women Day Stu- dents 1, Yacht Club 1, 2, Psychology Club 2, 3, French Cluh 1. WILMA L. HowE Franklin High School, 3 View Street, Franklin, N. H., Glee Club 1, Newman Club 1, 3. MARGARET M. HUGHES Dover High School, 55 Fourth Street, Dover, N. H., Theta Upsilon, The Granite 1, Outing Club, Newman Club, Associa- tion of Women Day Students, German' Club, Class Hockey, Class Basketball, May Day Pageant. HoLT HOUGH A. HOWE W. HOWE HUGHES v ,m-...mm HUSSEY ISRAEL JACQUES J AHODA R. JOHNSON FREDERICK M. HUSSEY Lancaster Academy, 899 Hall Street, Manchester, N. H., Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Cauldrons 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3. LOUIS J. ISRAEL Cogswell Memorial High School, Maple Street, Henniker, N. H., Mask and Dagger 1, 2, Outing Club 1, Cauldrons 2, 3, Uni- versity Band 1, 2, Secretary 3, Gilbert and Sullivan Society 1, 2, Sophomore Hop Committee 2, University Dance Orchestra 2, University Symphony Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Music Council 3. ROBERT E. JACQUES Somersworth High School, 178 High Street, Somersworth, N. H., Theta Kappa Phi, International Relations Club 2, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Scabbard and Blade 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3. WILLIAM J. JAHODA Roger Ludlowe High School, 625 Black Rock Turnpike, Fair- field, Conn. Theta Kappa Phi, Outing Club 2, 3, Blue Circle 2, 3, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Phi Sigma 3, Hockey 1, Rifle 1, 2, Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, Sophomore Hop Committee, N. H. Club, Who's Who. M.4XINE JOHNSON Manchester Central High School, 190 Concord Street, Man- chester, N. H. ROBERT W. JOHNSON Newmarket High School, Newmarket, N. H., 4-H Club 3, 4, Commuters' Club 2, 3, Cross Country 1, Intramurals 2, 3, Commuters' Coop 2, 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3. ' SAINIUEL JOHNSON Coe-Brown Northwood Academy, Northwood Narrows, N. H., Alpha Zeta 2, 3, Commuters Club 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM A. JOHNSON Pittsburg High School, Pittsburg, N. H., Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Zeta, Outing Club 1, Yacht Club 2, Forestry Club. PHILLIP J. JOHNSTON Nott Terrace High School, Schenectady, N. Y., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Relays 1, Spring Track 1, Varsity Relay 2, Varsity Track 2, Outing Club 1, Executive Committee 2, Sophomore Hop Committee. ABROT R. JONES Rochester High School, 8 Union Street, East Rochester, N. H., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Scabbard and Blade 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Yacht Club 2, 3, Lacrosse 1, Skiing 1, Alpha Sigma. DONALD R. JONES Lebanon High School, 3 Hanover Street, Lebanon, N. H., Lambda Chi Alpha, Student Council 2, Outing Club 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Track 1, Vice-President Fresh- man Class, President Sophomore Class, N. H. Club 2, 3, Executive Committee Junior Class. S. JOHNSON W. JOHNSON A. JONES M. JOHNSON D. JONES 1 N. J ONES W. J ONES KEACH KEARNEY KEE KEELER KEHOE KENNEDY KENNETT KIMBALL R NETTIE M. JONES Murdock High School, Winchendon, Mass., West Rindge, N. H., International Relations Club 2, 3, Christian Work 1, Omvila Club 1, 2, May Day Pageant 2, University Student Congress. p WARREN H. JONES Laconia High School, 8 Hill Street, Lakeport, N. H., Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Winter Track 1, 2, 3, Spring Track l, 2, Captain Winter Track l, N. H. Club. WILLIAM G. KEACH Colebrook Academy, Colebrook, N. H., Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Zeta 2, 3, Phi Lambda Phi 2, 3, Phi Sigma 2, 3, Inter- fraternity Council 2, 3. MARY-ELIZABETH KEARNEY Haverhill High School, 15 Winona Avenue, Haverhill, Mass., Chi Omega, The Granite 2, Activities Editor 3, Outing Club l, 2, 3, Newman Club 1, 2, Sociology Club 2, 3, German Club 2. HARRISON E. KEE ' Portsmouth High School, Mill Road, Hampton, N. H., Phi Mu Delta, Alpha Chi Sigma 2, 3, Glee Club l, Cauldrons 2, Ad- vanced Mil. Art 3, Football l, Cross Country 2. RALPH W. KEELER, JR. Pratt Institute, Canterbury, N. H., American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers, Cauldrons 3, German Club 3. KENNETH F. KEHOE Phillips Exeter Academy, 298 South Broadway, Lawrence, Mass., Sigma Beta, Outing Club 1, Photography Club 3, Ad- vanced Mil. Art 3, Yacht Club 2, 3, Cross Country 1, Manager 2, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, Society of Fine Arts 3. WILLIAM E. KENNEDY - Somersworth High School, 23 Mt. Vernon Street, Somersworth, N. H., Commuters' Club 3, 4, Baseball l. WALTER L. KENNETT Madison High School, Short Falls, N. H., Pi Kappa Alpha, M Lacrosse. ROBERT O. KIMBALL Manchester West High School, 79 Wilkins Street, Manchester, N. H., Phi Mu Delta, Advanced Mil. Art, Cross Country 1, 2, Intramural Council 1, 2. ' A L A . ELISABETH KINSMAN Girls' Latin High School, 27 Perrin Street, Roxbury, Mass., Alpha Xi Delta, Mask and Dagger 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Christian Work 1, Sociology Club 2, 3, Alpha Kappa Delta 3, Big Sister Committee 3. JACK W. KIRK Bayard High School, Bayard, Nebraska, Theta Chi, Student Council 3, President Sphinx 3, Alpha Zeta 2, 3, Mask and Dagger 2, 3, Outing Club 1, Phi Sigma 3, Scabbard and Blade 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Winter Track, Spring Track 1, 2, Chairman, Junior Prom Committee. ELIZABETH M. KIRKLAND Brewster Academy, W Street, Wfolfeboro, N. H., Glee Club 2, 3, Mother's Day Pageant, Home Economics Club 3. EDWARD B. KITFIELD Pawling Preparatory School, 1380 Asylum Avenue, Hartford, Conn., The New Hampshire, Outing Club 3. VICTOR KIZALA Nashua High School, 13321 Stevens Avenue, Nashua, N. H., Kappa Sigma, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Photography Club 3, Eco- nomics Club 2, 3, lnterfraternity Council 3, Flying Club 1, 2, 'U' J OSEPHINE KLECZYNSKA Manchester High School, 33 West Elmhurst Avenue, Man- chester, N. H., Pi Lambda Sigma, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Christian Work 1, Pan Hellenic 3, All Star Basketball 1, Society of Fine Arts 3, League of Arts and Crafts 2, 3, May Day Pageant 1, 2, Winter Carnival Pageant 2, Sophomore Hop Committee 2. EARL I. KRAUZER Manchester Central High School, 317 Laurel Street, Manchester, N. H., Phi Alpha, American Institute of Electrical Engineers 3, Mask and Dagger 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, University Band 1, 2, 3, Gilbert and Sullivan 1, Symphony Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Manager Wfinter Track 1, 2. STEPHEN LAMPSON Manning High School, 28 Mt. Pleasant Avenue, Ipswich, Mass., American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Outing Club, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3. LoUIsE A. LANE Plymouth High School, Groton, N. H., Sociology Club 3, May Day Pageant 1, 2. RORERT P. LANG Port' Washington High School, 24 Meadow Drive, Port Wash- ington, N. Y., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Outing Club 3, Yacht Club 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Winter Relay 1, 2, 3, Football 2, 3, N. H. 3, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, Football 1, Basketball 1, N. H. Club 3. Club. KINSMAN ICIRK KIRKLAND KITFIELD KIZALA KLECZYNSKA KRAUZER LAMPsoN LANE LANG STEPHEN LASKEVICH Stevens High School, 1 Pillsbury Street, Claremont, N. H., Transfer from the Citadel Military College of South Carolina. WINSTON T. LEAVITT Stevens High School, 35 South Street, Claremont, N. H., Phi Mu Delta, American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3, The New Hampshire 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Yacht Club 3, J. V. Football 2, Basketball Manager 1, 2, Tennis Manager 2, 3, The New Hampshire, Circulation Manager, 2, Business Manager, 3. RUTH M. LE CLAIR . Sanborn Seminary, 943 Middle Street, Portsmouth, N. H., Pi Lambda Sigma, Student Council 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, New- man Club 1, 2, 3, Hockey 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Big Sister Committee 3, Sophomore Hop Committee 2, Aid to Cadet Colonel 3. KENNETH R. LEOGETT Berlin High School, Milan Road, Berlin, N. H., Student Council 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, Cauldrons 2, 3, German Club 2, 3, Yacht Club 2, 3, Flying Club 2, 3. JOHN LEIGHTON McKinley Technical High School, Washington, D. C., Warren, ROGER S. LEIGHTON ' Austin-Cate Academy, Strafford, N. H., Alpha Zeta 2, 3, Yacht Club 2, 3, Forestry Club 2, 3, Commuters' Coop. ROBERT E. LENNON Berlin High School, 40 Sixth Street, Berlin, N. H.,Kappa Sigma, Glee Club 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Newman Club 2, 3, Gilbert and Sullivan 2. LUBOV C. LEONOVICH Berlin High School, 830 Fifth Avenue, Berlin, N. H., Transfer from Colby College, Glee Club 3. E. JOHN LETENDRE Manchester Central High School, 243 Hanover Street, Man- chester, N. H., Glee Club 2, Mask and Dagger 1, Outing Club 1, 3, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, German Club 3, Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, Boots and Saddle Club 2, 3. A. FRANCIS LEWIS Dover High School, 49 Sixth Street, Dover, N. H., Mask and Dagger 1, 3, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Lens and Shutter Club, Secretary 2, 3, Association of Woman Day Students l, 2, Yacht N. H. Club 3, Mother's Day Pageant 2, Le Cercle Francais 1, 2. LAsKEv1cH LEAVITT LECLAIR LEGGETT J. LEIGHTON R. LEIGHTON LENNON LEONov1cH LETENDRE F. LEw1s J. LEWIS LIPPMAN LOBDELL A Low LUCIER LUFKIN LUNDIN J. LYON V. LYON P. LYONS J EANETTE LEWIS Manchester Central High School, 242 Pearl Street, Manchester, N. H., International Relations Club 3, Outing Club 1, Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, Secretarial Club 3. PEARL LIPPMAN Manchester West High School, 313 Granite Street, Manchester, N. H., Tau Kappa Alpha 2, 3, Home Economics Club 2, 3, May Day Pageant 1, 2, Baseball 2, Basketball 1, Menorah 1, 2, 3. KENNETH C. LOBDELL Lebanon High School, 19 Parkhurst Street, Lebanon, N. H., American Society of Civil Engineers 3, Phi Lambda Phi 2, 3, University Band 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 1, Winter Sports 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Student Cooperative 2, 3. STANLEY D. Low Dover High School, 15 Maple Street, Dover, N. H., Lambda Chi Alpha, Class Treasurer 2, 3, Blue Circle 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Gamma Kappa 2, President 3, Scabbard and Blade 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Football 1, 2, Lacrosse 2, Sophomore Hop Committee 2, Carnival Ball Committee 2, 3, Carnival Chairman 3, N. H. Club. ALPHONSE F. LUCIER Cheverus Classical High School, 289 State Street, Portland, Maine, Theta Kappa Phi, Glee Club 1, 2, International Rela- tions Club 2, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Photography Club 1, Advanced Mil. Art 3, German Club 1, Yacht Club 2, Football 1, J. V. 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, Lacrosse 1, Cheerleader 2, 3, Le Cercle Francais 1, 2. JAMES E. LUFKIN Gloucester High School, 29 Riverside Avenue, Gloucester, Mass., Alpha Chi Sigma 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, German Club 2, Cross Country 1, Spring Track 1, 2, J. V. Football 3, N. H. Club. RODMAN N. LUNDIN North Attleboro Mass. High School, 67 Commonwealth Avenue, New Britain, Conn., American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Cauldrons, Advance Mil. Art, J. V. Football 2, Cheerleader, 2, 3. JOSEPHINE M. LYON Goffstown High School, High Street, New Boston, N. H., Theta Upsilon, Outing Club 1, 2, Christian Work 1, Big Sister Committee 3, Folio Club 2, May Day Pageant 1. VERNON LYON Canaan High School, 18Vz Arlington Street, Nashua, N. H., Institute of Electrical Engineers 3, 4, Commuters' Club 1, 2, 3, Track 2. PAUL H. LYONS Sanborn Seminary, 20 Highland Street, Swampscott, Mass., Glee Club 1, 2, The New Hampshire 1, International Relations Club 1, 2, 3, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Liberal Club 2, 3, Christian Work 3, Folio Club 1, 2, 3. MACALASTER MACINTOSH MALKIN MALLEN MALSOH GORDON G. MAOALASTER Quincy High School, 14 Somes Street, Lanconia, N. H., Yacht Club 1, 2, University Band l, 2, 3. GORDON L. MAOINTOSH Berlin High School, 195 Park Street, Berlin, N. H., Alpha Zeta 1, 2, Outing Club l, 2, Forestry Club 1, 2, 3. SIDNEY H. MALKIN Dean Academy, 142 LeGrange Street, Brookline, Mass., Phi Alpha, International Relations Club 3, Outing Club l, Casque and Casket 3, German Club 1, 2, Baseball 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Intramural Representative 2. JAMES C. MALLEN Dover High School, 22 Silver, Dover, N. H., Outing Club 1, Newman Club, French Club. SUSAN C. MALSCH A Cranston High School, 55 Frances Ave., Cranston, R. I., Theta Upsilon, Outing Club 1, Christian Work, German Club 2, Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, Psychology Club 2, 3, 4, May Day Pageant 1, 2. PETER N. MANOS Port Chester Senior High School, 125 Poningo Street, Port Chester, N. Y., International Relations Club 2, Outing Club 1, Cauldrons, Intramurals l, 2, 3. EDWARD H. MAROOTTE West High School, 220 Coolidge Ave., Manchester, N. H., New- man Club 1, Flying Club l, Alpha Sigma 3. BARBARA MARSHALL Milford High School, Manchester, N. H., Mask and Dagger 2, 3, Christian Work l, 2, 3, Women's Rifle Team 2, 3. HORACE S. MARTIN, JR. Simonds Free High School and New Hampton Preparatory School, Warner, N. H, Lambda Chi Alpha, Class Vice-President 2, Student Council, Secretary 3, Outing Club, Economics Club, Scabbard and Blade, Advanced Mil. Art, Sophomore Hop Committee, N. H. Club, Advisory Committee on Athletic Awards, Sophomore Court, Football 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Baseball l, Track 1, Lacrosse 2, 3. - ROBERT S. MARTIN Concord High School, ll Green Street, Concord, N. H., Sigma Beta, Glee Club 2, University Band 2, 3, Track, Basketball Manager l, 2, 3, Gilbert and Sullivan 2. MANOS MAROOTTE MARSHALL H. MARTIN R. MARTIN S DICCARTHY MCKENNA MCLANE MCLEOD H. MEAD MARY G. MCCARTHY Lawrence High School, 4-7 Coolidge Street, Lawrence, Mass., Alpha Chi Omega, Outing Club 1, 2, Basketball 1, French Club 1, 2, Classical Club 3, Folio Club 3. MAURICE F. MCKENNA Lawrence High School, 23 Kendrick Street, Lawrence, Mass., Theta Kappa Phi, International Relations Club 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Economics Club 2, Football 1, Track 1, 3. ELLINCWOOD l11CLANE Concord High School, Littleton, N. H., Phi Mu Delta, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Blue Circle 2, Photography Club 1, 2, Yacht Club 1, 2, 3. KENNETH A. MCLEOD Peterborough High School, 23 Pine Street, Peterborough, N. H., Theta Chi, Student Council 3, Casque and Casket 3, Yacht Club 3, Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3. HENRY L. MEAD Bartlett High School, Bartlett, N. H., Alpha Tau Omega, International Relations Club 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Eco- nomics Club 3, Scabbard and Blade 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Flying Club 3, Baseball 1, Tennis Manager 2. VIVIENNE F. MEAD Amesbury High School, 24- Carpenter Street, Amesbury, N. H. ELAINE D. MIHACHIK Coe's Academy, Northwood Narrows, N. H., Glee Club 1, Sociology Club 1, Association of Women Day Students 1, 2, 3, May Day Pageant 1, 2, 3, Psychology Club. LYMAN A. MILLER Towle High School, Newberry Street, Newport, N. H., Caul- drons 2, 3. DOROTHY I. MI-NOR Keene High School, 588 West Street, Keene, N. H., Transfer from Keene Normal School, Outing Club 3, Class Hockey 3,. Class Basketball, All-Star Hockey 3, All-Star Basketball, French Club. JOHN H. MITCHELL Oliver Ames High School, Easton, Mass., Washington Street, So. Easton, Mass., Mask and Dagger Orchestra 1, 2, Photography Club 1, University Band 1, 2, 3, Music Council 3, University Symphony Orchestra 2, 3, Student Band Director 2, 3, Gilbert and Sullivan 1, 2, Sophomore Hop Committee 2. V. MEAD MIHACHIK MILLER MINOR MITCHELL MORGAN MORRILL MORSE MOULTON MULLON MYERS H. NELSON T. NELSON NERBOSO P. NOLAN C. RICHARD MORGAN Central High School, 55 Linden Street, Manchester, N. H., Sigma Beta, Alpha Chi Sigma 2, 3, Outing Club 1, German Club 2, Yacht Club 3, Education Policy Committee. DOROTHY G. MORRILL Concord High School, Margery Street, Concord, N. H., French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day Pageant 1, 2, 3, Gilbert and Sullivan 2. W. CLINTON MORSE Middleboro, Mass. High School, Londonderry Road, London- derry, N. H., Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Scabbard and Blade 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Riiie Team 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3. EDWIN W. MOULTON Meredith High School, Meredith, N. H., Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Zeta 2, 3, Phi Lambda Phi 2, 3, Christian Work 3. FRANKLIN G. MULLON Port Washington High School, 25 Park Ave., Port Washington, N. Y., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Newman Club, Casque and Casket 3, German Club 2, Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, Lacrosse 1. PIERRE H. MYERS Putnam High School, 3 F arrows Street, Putman, Conn., Sigma Beta, Outing Club, Alpha Sigma. HARLOW A. NELSON Towle High School, Goshen, N. H., Sphinx 2, 3, Christian W'ork 1, Economics Club 3, Cauldrons 1, 2, 3. THEODORE P. NELSON Austin-Cate Academy, Center Strafford, N. H., Outing Club 3, Photography 3, German Club 2, Yacht Club 2, 3. SALVATORE D. NERBOS0 Somerville High School, 28 Mansfield Street, Somersville, Mass. PAUL F. NOLAN Newton High School, 60 Gardner Street, Newton, Mass., The New Hampshire 3, Newman lClub 3, German Club 3, French C ub 3. ROBERT B. NOLAN Newton High School, 129 Winter Street, Manchester, N. H., Glee Club 3, Mask and Dagger 1, 2, 3, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, German Club 2, 3, Manager Freshman Cross Country, Folio Club 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, Gilbert and Sullivan 2, Dean's Advisory Council 3. WILLIAM E. NOYES Littleton High School, 22 Kilburn Street, Littleton, N. H., Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Chi Sigma 3, German Club 2, Yacht Club 2, 3, University Band 1, 2, 3, Ski Team 1, 2, Lacrosse 1. ALVA I. NUDD Hampton Academy, Beach Road, Hampton, N. H., Sociology Club 2, 3, German Club 1, 2, Yacht Club 3, Alpha Kappa Delta 2, 3, Sophomore Hop Cgmmittee 2, May Day Pageant 1, olio 1, 2. h EUGENE F. NUTE A Farmington High School, 34 Main Street, Farmington, N. H., Kappa Sigma, Sphinx 2, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Blue Circle 2, 3, University Band 1, 2, 3, Lacrosse 1, Track 1. LEIGHTON A. NUTTING Woodbury High School, Highland Ave., Salem Depot, N. H., Kappa Sigma, Outing Club 3, German Club 2. R. NOLAN NOYES NYE OAKES ' EDWIN P. NYE Woodbury High School, Westville, N. H., American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Tau Kappa Alpha, Cauldrons. OLIVE H. OAKES I Manchester Central High School, 43 South Elm Street, Man- chester, N. H., Christian Work 2, 3. Q ROBERT J. O,BRIEN Milford High School, 25 Kinsley Street, Nashua, N. H., Theta Kappa Phi, Newman Club 1, Baseball 1, Varsity Baseball. KATHARINE H. OLDHAM St. Johnsbury Academy, 1 Main Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt., New Hampshire 3, Class Hockey Team. C. PHILIP OLIVER . Marlboro High School, Marlboro Street, Marlboro, N. H., Alpha Tau Omega, Scabbard and Blade 3, Adv. Mil. Art 3, - Football 1, 3. NUDD NUTE NUTTING O,BRIEN ' OLDHAM OLIVER ? ROBERT E. ONNELA Austin-Cate Academy, Newport, N. H., Football, Track. FRANK OPENSHAW Manchester Central High School, 65 Hubbard Street, Man- chester, N. H., Phi Delta Upsilon, Adv. Mil. Art, Yacht Club, . Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, Spring Track 1, 2, Fall Track 1, 2. DONALD L. OSBORN Alexandria High School, Alexandria, Minn., Epsom, N. H., Glee Club 1, 2, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Christian Work 1, 2, 3, President of Cabinet 3, Cauldrons, Executive Committee 3, Student Congress 3. MADELINE V. PAPACHRISTOS Nashua High School, MM, Blossom Street, Nashua, N. H., Alpha Xi Delta, Women's Executive Committee 3, Glee Club 1, The Granite, Managing Editor 3, German Club 2, Class Secretary 1,'2, 3, Big Sister Committee 2, 3, Secreta1'y W. A. A. 2, Student Committee on Educational Policy 3. ERNEST W. PAQUIN Manchester West.High School, 330 Granite Street, Manchester, N. H., American Institute of Electrical Engineers 3, Newman CLARENCE P. PARKER Stevens High School and New Hampton Prep., 200 Pleasant Street, Claremont, N. H., Alpha Tau Omega, Outing Club 2, 3, Scabbard and Blade 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 2, N. H. Club. J OHN A. PARODI Haverhill High. School, 59 Sheridon Street, Haverhill, Mass., Alpha Chi Sigma 3, Phi Lambda Phi 2, 3, German Club 2, Yacht Club 2, Cross Country 1. HARRY A. PARR Hampton Academy, Little River Road, Hampton, N. H., American Society of Civil Engineers, Newman Club, Com- muters Club, Football 1, Baseball 1, Pepcats. DOROTHY C. PATRICK Bethlehem High School, Lona Hill, Bethlehem, N. H., Glee Club 1, 2, Photography Club 2, Christian Work 1, 2, German Club 1, Yacht Club 3, Secretarial Club 3. PATRICIA B. PATTEE Laconia High School, 394 Union Avenue, Laconia, N. H., Kappa Delta, Outing Club 1, German Club 3, May Day Club 1, 2, 3. Pageant 2. ONNELA CPENSHAW OSBORN PAPACHRISTOS PAQUIN PARKER PARODI PARR PATRICK PATTEE 1 A PEASE PERCY ' PERKINS A PERRY PHENIX PICKERING PICKETT PIECEWICZ PIERCE PIERSON DOROTHEDA S. PEASE H Tenafly High School, 120 Westervelt Avenue, Tenafly, N. J., Outing Club lg Christian Work 1, 2, 3, Rifle Team 2, Home Economics Club 2, 3. VIRGINIA M. PERCY Deering High School, Transfer from Colby Jr. College, 69 Woodmont Street, Portland, Maine, Chi Omega, Basketball 2. JOHN A. PERKINS Newmarket High School, P.O. South Lee, Nottingham, N. H., Alpha Gamma Rho, 4-H Club 2, Vice-President 3, Commuters' Co-op Vice President 2, President 3. ARLENE H. PERRY Amherst High School, Amherst, N. H., Psi Lambda, Christian Work 1, 2, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, May Day Pageant 1, Freeman Councellor 3, Big Sister Committee 3. RICHARD E. PIIENIX ' Pawling High School, Chocorua, N. H., The New Hampshire 1, 2, International Relations Club 1, Mask and Dagger 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, Tau Kappa Alpha 2, 3, Photography Club 3, German Club 2, 3, Forestry Club, Staff, Granite State Forester. FRED D. PICKERING Coatesville Pa. High School, Brecksville, Ohio, Sigma Beta, Advanced Mil. Art 3, 4, University Band 1, 2, Forestry Club 1, 2. JANET I. PICKETT Concord High School, ll Hanover Street, Concord, N. H., Phi Mu, Glee Club 1, Outing Club 1, Christian Work 1, Sociology Club 2, 3, Pan Hellenic 3, German Club 2, Yacht Club 2, 3, Basketball 1, Psychology Club 3. MICHAEL A. PIECEWICZ Haverhill High School, 4- Hammond Court, Nashua, N. H., Phi' Sigma 3, Winter Track 1, 2, 3, Relay Team 2, 3, Spring Track 1, 2, 3, Barnacles 2. REITA A. PIERCE Berwick Academy, 56 Summer St,, Dover, N. H., Theta Upsilon, Newman Club, Association of Women Day Students 1, 2, 3, Class Hockey 1, 2, 3, May Day Pageant 1, 2, 3, University Day 1, 2. ERIC T. PIERSON Hamden High School, 23 Woodbine Street, Hamden, Conn., American Institute of Electrical Engineers 3, Cauldrons 3, Cross Country 1. PIFFARD PIKE PILLSBURY J. PIPER R. PIPER CHARLES H. PIFFARD Pawling Preparatory School, 1133 Evergreen Ave., Plainfield, N. J., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sphinx 3, Casque and Casket 3, Tennis 2, 3, Hockey 1, Forestry Club, N. H. Club. LLOYD F. PIKE Somerville Mass. High School, 20 Richmond St., Dover, N. H., American Society of Civil Engineers 2, 3, Phi Lambda Phi 2, 3, Photography Club 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Commuters Club 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 3, Intramural Baseball 2, 3. JUSTINE L. PILLSBURY Concord High School, Boscawen, N. H., Mask and Dagger 3, Christian Work 1, 2, 3, German Club 2, 3. JAMES W. PIPER Kimball Union Academy, 12 Kensington Rd., Concord, N. H., Phi Mu Delta, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Intra- murals. ROBERT M. PIPER Hebron Academy, 607 Pearl St., Reading, Mass., Theta Chi, Glee Club 3, Mask and Dagger 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Photography Club 2, 3, Scabbard and Blade 3, Advanced Mil Art 3, Yacht Club 2, 3, University Band l, 2, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, Blue Circle 3. PLUFF POKIGO POPLAWSKI FREEMAN A. PLUFF Austin'Cate Academy, l Sheridan Ave., Rochester, N. H., Commuters Club 1, 2, 3, Track 1. FRANCIS J. POKIGO Manchester West High School, 97 Goffstown Rd., Manchester, N. H., Alpha Chi Sigma 2, 3, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, German Club 2, University Band l, 2, Track l. STANLEY P. POPLAWSKI Manchester Central High School, Transfer from St. Anselm's College, 48 Plummer St., Manchester, N. H., Outing Club 3, Sociology Club 3, Cauldrons 3, Football 2, 3. DWIGHT W. PRATT Dalton High School and Kimball Union Academy, 245 North Street, Dalton, Mass., Alpha Tau Omega, Sphinx 2, 3, The Granite 2, Advertising Manager 3, International Relations Club 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Scabbard and Blade 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Flying Club 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3. JUDITH D. PRATT Antrim High School, Antrim, Mass., Glee Club 1, 2, Christian Work 1, University Band 3. . D. PRATT J. PRATT 78 1 PRESCOTT PRESTON RAND REED RICHARDSON ROBERT B. PRESCOTT Traip Academy, Kittery, Maine, Kittery Point, Maine, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ROBERT S. PRESTON Manchester Central High School, 354 Ash Street, Manchester, N. H., Glee Club 1, 2, International Relations Club 2, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Newman Club 1, 2, Economics Club 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, Football 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, French Club 2. AMY E. RAND Portsmouth High School, Portsmouth, N. H., Outing Club l, Tau Kappa Alpha 2, 3, Christian Work 1, 2, 3, Association of Women Day Students 1, 2, German Club 2. ROSEMARY REDDEN Dover High School, 22 Fifth Street, Dover, N. H., Outing Club l, Newman Club 2, 3, Sociology Club 2, Association of Women Day Students 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, 3. EDWARD L. REED Marlboro High School, Marlboro, N. H., Outing Club 3, German Club 2, 3, Cross Country 1, Basketball Manager l, 2, 3. ROGER H. RICHARDSON Littleton High School, 20 South Street, Littleton, N. H., Alpha Tau Omega, Lacrosse 1. RALPH L. ROBERTS Kennett High School, North Conway, N. H. WILLIAM G. ROBINSON Manchester Central High School, 277 Peabody Avenue, Man- chester, N. H., Sociology Club 3, Cauldrons 3, J. V. Football 2. H STANLEY C. RODGERS Manchester Central High School, 467 Canal Street, Manchester, N. H., Economics Club 3, Spring Track 2, 3, Winter Track 2, ' Intramurals 1, 2, 3. FERNE E. ROLLINS Dover High School, 33 Lexington Street, Dover, N. H., Kappa Delta, Christian Work 3, Association of Women Day Students 1, 3, German Club 2, 3. HARRY H. ROOTH Concord High School, 1 View Street, Concord, N. H., Sigma Beta, Outing Club 3, Yacht Club 3, Hockey 1, Baseball 1, g Alpha Sigma 3. ROBERTS ROBINSON RODGERS ROLLINS ROOTH I RoSEN ROUNSEFELL ROWDEN RowE E. RUSSELL J. RUSSELL SAMAHA J. SANBORN R. SANBORN SANDUSKI MYRON J . ROSEN Portsmouth Hi h School' 185 Ralei h Wa Portsmouth N. H g s g yo 9 -3 The New Hampshire 2, News Editor 3. - HOYVARD P. ROUNSEFELL Phillips Exeter Academy, R.F.D. Exeter, N. H., Outing Club 3, Photography Club 3, Flying Club 3, Commuters' Co-op 1, 2, 3 RACHEL D. ROWDEN Woodsville High School, R.F.D. No. 2, Woodsville, N. H., Glee Club 1, Pageant 1, 2, 3, Gilbert and Sullivan 2. ROBERT 0. ROWE Exeter High School, Phillips Exeter Academy, Portsmouth Ave., Exeter, N. H., University Band 1, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball. F. EDWINA RUSSELL Bartlett High School, North Conway, N. H., Theta Upsilon, The Granite 2, Economics Club 3, German Club 1, Rifle Team 2, 3. ' - JAMES G. RUSSELL Milton High School, 312 Edge Hill Road, Milton, Mass., Theta Chi, Mask and Dagger 2, Football 1, 2, 3, Winter Track 1, 2, N. H. Club 2, 3. UNWAR H. SAMAHA Meredith High School, l Water Street, Meredith, N. H., Outing Club 3, Football 1. JOYCE M. SANBORN Sanford High School, 12 Main, Springvale, Maine, Chi Omega, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Hockey 2, 3, All Star Hockey 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, Archery 3, May Day Pageant 2. RUSSELL T. SANBoRN Tilton Preparatory School, Sanbornton, N. H., Alpha Tau Omega, International Relations Club 3, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Track 1, N. H. Club. FRANK A. SANDUSKI Hillsboro High School, Park St., Hillsboro, N. H., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Outing Club 3, Newman Club 2, Advanced Mil. Art, Spring Track 1, 2, 3, Winter Track 2, 3. ' SARGENT M. SAVAN N. SAVAN SAYEWICH SCHLESINGER SCOTT SEYMOUR SHARP J. SHAW P. SHAW ROLAND L. SARGENT Portsmouth High School, 82 Wibird St., Portsmouth, N. H., Yacht Club 2, 3, Commuters' Club 1. MILTON SAVAN 3 Manchester Central High School, Manchester, N. H., Liberal Club 2, 3, German Club 2. NAOM1 SAVAN Manchester Central High School, 467 Cypress Street, Man- chester, N. H., Christian Work 1, Economics Club 3, German Club 1, May Day Pageant 2, Student Cooperative 2, 3, Menorah Society 1, 2, 3, Liberal Club 1, 2, 3. MARY R. SAYEWICH Franklin High School, 27 Main St. Tilton, N. H., Glee Club 2, Outing Club 1, Class Hockey 1, 2, All Star Hockey l, Freshman F rolic Committee, Sophomore Hop Committee, May Day Pageant l, 2, Home Economics Club 3. FRANCIS R. SCHLESINGER Franklin High School, 94 Railroad St., Franklin, N. H., Pi Kappa Alpha, Mask and Dagger, Newman Club 2, 3, ,Advanced Mil. Art, Junior Manager, Riiie Team. HERMAN A. SCOTT Pittsburg High School, Pittsburg, N. H., Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Zeta 2, 3, Forestry Club 3. VVINTON L. SEYMOUR Whitefield High School, 6 Prospect Street, Whitefield, N. H., Transfer from Middlebury College, Gamma Kappa 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Blue Circle 2, 3, Photography Club 3, German Club 1, 2, Ski Team 1, 2, 3, N. H. Club 3. ARNOLD M. SHARPE Nashua High School, 19 Hall Ave., Nashua, N. H., Transfer from University of Southern California. JOHN P. SHAW Rogers High School, 7V2 Warner St., Newport, R. I., Inter- national Relations Club 2, 3. PAUL S. SHAW New Hampton School, Bristol, N. H., Phi Sigma, Cauldrons Treasurer, Outing Club 2, 3, New Hampshire 2, Cross Country l, 2, 3, Winter Track 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, Glee Club 1, Sophomore Hop Commvvztei, German Club 2, Christian . or 3. SARA H. SHAW Oliver Ames High School3 250 Main St., No. Easton, Mass.3 Alpha Xi Delta3 Outing Club 1, 33 Sophomore Hop Committee 2. JACOB H. SHEINUK Taunton High Schoolg 35 E. Walnut St., Taunton, Mass.3 Phi Alphag Glee Club 1, 23 Tau Kappa Alpha 2, 3g German Club 1, 2g Manager, Varsity Debate 2, 33 French Club 13 Intramurals 1, 2, 3. ROSE A. SHERMAN Plymouth High School3 3 Lothrop St., Plymouth, Mass.3 Soci- ology Clubg German Clubg Menorah Society 1, 2, 33 May Day Pageant 1. WALTER L. SHERRY Somersworth High Schoolg 8 First St., Somersworth, N. H.3 German Club 2, 3. A ALICE M. SHOREY Gorham High School3 Church St., Gorham, N. H.3 Theta Upsi- long The Granite 23 Outing Club lg Tau Kappa Alpha 2, 3g Christian Work 1, 2, 33 Sociology Club 1, 2, 33 Yacht Club 33 Alpha Kappa Deltag May Day Pageant 1, 2. CARL M. SILVER Malden High Schoolg 250 Dalem St., Malden, Mass.3 Phi Alphag German Club 3g Barnacles. ' JOHN B. SKERRY Barrington High Schoolg Barrington, R. 1.3 Phi Delta Upsilong Outing Clubg Yacht Clubg University Bandg Rifle Team 1, 2, 33 Christian Work. I I CONSTANCE SMITH Woodsville High Schoolg Woodsville, N. H.3 Chi Omegag Out- ing Club 2, 33 Home Economics Club 3. EDWARD D. SMITH Wilton High Schoolg Wilton, N. H.3 Sigma Betag Outing Club 13 Basketball 13 Baseball 1. ELTON B. SMITH Erasmus Hall High Schoolg 14 Beech St., Newmarket, N. H.3 International Relations Club 2, 33 Outing Club 2, 33 Economics Clubg Football 13 Manager, Rifle Team 1, 23 Commuters' Co-op. S. SHAW SHEINUK SHERMAN SHERRY SHOREY SILVER SKERRY C. SMITH EDWARD SMITH E. SMITH R. SMITH SNOWMAN SOUTHER SPARKS SPEAR A SPICER STANNARD STANTON STEARNS STERLING RICHARD P. SMITH Woodbury High, Salem Depot, N. H., American Society of Civil Engineers 2, 3, Phi Lambda Phi 3, Advanced Mil. Art. RICHARD T. SNOWMAN Lebanon High School, Green Street, Lebanon, N. H., Sigma Beta, Sphinx 3, Outing Club 1, 2, Blue Circle 3, Phi Sigma 3, Interfraternity Council 3, Cross Country 1, 2, Ski Team 1, 2, Track 1, 2. CHESTER H. SOUTHER Amesbury High School, So. Main Street, Seabrook, N. H., Outing Club 3, Christian Work 1, 2, German Club 3, Latin Club 1. DOROTHY O. SPARKS Radnor High School, Wayne, Penn., Alpha Xi Delta, Yacht Club 1, 2, Women's Ski Team 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Blue Circle 2, 3. RUTH L. SPEAR Pinkerton Academy, Derry, N. H., Newman Club 2, 3, Tau Kappa Alpha 2, 3, German Club 2, Yacht Club 2, May Day Pageant'1, 2, 3. LEONARD R. SPICER Haverhill High School, 14 Park Street, Haverhill, Mass., Sigma Beta, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Outing Club, Scabhard and Blade, Advanced Mil. Art, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, .l. V. Football 3, Cross Country 1. EDSON L. STANNARD Port Washington High School, 14 Third Avenue, Port Washing- ton, N. Y., Sigma ,Alpha Epsilon, The New Hampshire 1, Outing Club 1, Christian Work 1, German Club 2, Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, University Band 1, Winter Track 1. PHYLLIS A. STANTON Rochester High School, 114 Charles Street, Rochester, N. H., Theta Upsilon, French Club 1, Secretarial Club 3. MADELINE A. STEARNS Hancock High School, Hancock, N. H., American Society of Mechanical Engineers, The New Hampshire 1, Outing Club 1, Yacht Club 1, 2, Flying Club 1, 2, Basketball 1, Lens and Shutter 1, Liberal Club 1. FRANKLIN W. STERLING Hillsboro High School, Hillsboro, N. H., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Interfraternity Council 3, Varsity Hockey Manager 3. i B. STEVENS V. STEVENS STEWART STOCKWELL STODDARD BRENTON M. STEVENS Berwick Academy, Salmon Falls, N. H., Rifie Team 2, Base- ball Manager 2. , VAUGHAN O. STEVENS Pinkerton High School, Derry, N. H., Mask and Dagger, Advanced Mil. Art, Symphony Orchestra. CLAYTON T. STEWART Hampton Academy, Hampton, N. H., Outing Club l, German Club l, Yacht Club 1. DONALD M. STOCKWELL St. Bernard's Preparatory School, Amherst, N. H., Phi Mu Delta, American Society of Civil Engineers 2, 3, Glee Club l, 2 ,' Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Christian Work 1, Yacht Club 3, Football 1, Cross Country 2, Spring Track 2. SUSAN L. STODDARO Peacham Academy, Peacham, Vermont, Transfer from Green Mountain Jr. College. LAWRENCE STONE Boston English High School, Nantasket Beach, Mass., Phi Alpha, Glee Club 3, International Club 2, 3, Mask and Dagger 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Christian Work 3, Sociology Club 3, Economics Club 3, Cross Country 1, Track 1, 2. RUTH STOUGHTON Whitefield High School, Whitefield, N. H., Student Gov't. 3, Outing Club 1, 2, Tau Kappa Alpha 3, Folio 3, Sophomore Hop Committee 2. . JOHN S. STUBBE Towle High School, Newport, N. H., Cauldrons 2, 3, German Club 2, 3, Chess Club 2, 3. STANLEY STYRNA Nashua High School, 6 Williams Court, Nashua, N. H., Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Track 1, Winter Relay l. JEAN E. SUGHRUE Salem Mass. High School, 743 Stevens Avenue, Portland, Maine, Chi Omega, Transferred from Boston University, Newman Club 3, Home Economics Club 3. STONE STOUGHTON STUBBE STYRNA SUGHRUE SULLIVAN SWEATT D. SWEET E. SWEET J. SWEET KATHERINE F. SULLIVAN Hillsboro High School, West Main Street, Hillsboro, N. H., Newman Club 1, 3. ROBERT A. SWEATT Hopkinton High School, Contoocook, N. H., Student Council 3, International Relations Club 2, 3, Tau Kappa Alpha 2, 3, Cauldrons 2, 3, Debating Society 2, 3, Basketball 1, Cross Country 1, 3, Track 2, Debating Team 1, 2, 3. DANA W. SWEET Rochester High School, Rochester, N. H., Lambda Chi Alpha, Outing Club 2, J. V. Football 2, 3. EDITH G. SWEET Lisbon High School, Lisbon, N. H., German Club 3. JOAN E. SWEET Rochester High School, Rochester, N. H., Alpha Xi Delta, The Granite 2, Fraternity-Sorority Editor 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Blue Circle 1, 2, 3, Sociology Club 3, German, Club 3, Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, Alpha Kappa Delta 3. FRANCIS P. TAYLOR Atkinson Academy, Atkinson, N. H., Outing Club 3, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Home Economics Club 2, 3, May Day Pageant 1. PR1sc1LLA M. TAYLOR Concord Senior High School, Concord, N. H., Theta Upsilon, The Granite 1, 2, 3, The New Hampshire 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, Christian Workrl, German Club 1, 2, Yacht Club 2, Le Circle Francais, Classical Club. EDMUND S. TEMPLE Springfield Technical High School, Longmeadow, Mass., Kappa Sigma, The Granite, Staff Photographer 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Photography Club, German Club 2, 3, Lacrosse Manager 1, 2, Freshman Lacrosse Manager 3. ROSARIO L. THIBODEAU Lebanon, High School, 60 Madbury Road, Lebanon, N. H., Sigma Alpha Epsilon. RUSSELL E. THOMPSON Rochester High School, East Rochester, N. H., Lambda Chi Alpha, Outing Club 3, J. V. Football 2, 3. F. TAYLOR P. TAYLOR TEMPLE THIBODEAU THOMPSON l THOMSEN TIMMER TOLMAN ' TORREY h TOWNSEND TRASK TRAVER TU1-'Ts UPTON VALLEY HENNING A. THOMSEN Weaver High School, 34 Sterling St., Hartford, Conn., Sigma Beta, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Outing Club, Advanced Mil. Art, Football 1. 0 RUDOLPH W. TIMMER Hasbrouck Heights High School, 156 Franklin Ave., Hasbrouck Heights, N. J., Alpha Chi Sigma, Outing Club 3, Freshman ' Baseball, German Club 2. CAROL V. TOLMAN Quincy High School, 3 Ruggles St., Quincy, Mass., Chi Omega, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Christian Work 1, 2, Yacht Club 3, Basket- ball 1, Baseball 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, Pepcats 1, Honorary Cadet Colonel 3, Sophomore Hop Committee, Secretarial Club 3, May Day Pageant 1, 2. MARY E. TORREY Manchester Central High School, 367 Concord St., Manchester, N. H., Outing Club 1, Yacht Club 1, 2. PAUL A. TOWNSEND Lebanon High School, 59 Water Street, Lebanon, N. H., American Society of Civil Engineers, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Blue Circle 2, 3, Newman Club 1, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Ski Team 1, 2, 3, Spring Track 1, 2. RUSSELL L. TRASK Kennett High School, North Conway, N. H., Phi Mu Delta, Alpha Chi Sigma, 3. GORDON A. TRAVER Raymond High School, Raymond, N. H., Kappa Sigma, Outing Club 1. GEORGE C. TUFTS Watertown, Mass. High School, 1970 Commonwealth Avenue, Brighton, Mass., Kappa Sigma, Hockey 1, University Band 2. ALAN E. UPTON Concord High School, 232 South St., Concord, N. H., Sigma Beta. 1R1s VALLEY Lincoln High School, Lincoln, N. H., Glee Club 3, Association of Women Day Students 1, 2, 3, Basketball 2, May Day Pageant 2, 3. RICHARD J. WALLACE Stevens High School, 64 Woodland St., Claremont, N. H., Hockey l, Football 3, Forestry Club 3. - VITOLD F. WALLACE Amesbury High School, 66 Prospect Street, Amesbury, Mass., Transfer from University of Pennsylvania, Football 3. WARNER W. WAYNE Dover High School, 45 Madbury Road, Durham, N. H., Ameri- can Society of Civil Engineers 2, 3, Phi Lambda Phi 2, 3, Advanced Mil. Art 3, Yacht Club 1, Baseball l, Rifle Team 2, 3. HAROLD A. WEBSTER Plymouth High School, Holderness Road, Holderness, N. H., Gamma Kappa l, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, German Club 2, Yacht Club 3, University Band 1, 2. CECIL E. WENTWORTH Brewster Free Academy, Sanbornville, N. H., American Society of Civil Engineers 2, 3, Outing Club l. JOHN L. WENTZELL Somerville High School, 99 Josephine Avenue, Somerville, Mass., Theta Chi, Mask and Dagger 3, Outing Club l, 2, 3, Tau Kappa Alpha 3, Yacht Club l, 2, 3, Hockey l, 2, 3, La- crosse l, 2, 3, N. H. Club. G. LYNN WHITMYRE Scotia High School, 412 Mohawk Avenue, Scotia, N. Y., Theta Chi, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Blue Circle l, 2, 3, Football l, Track l, Lacrosse 2, 3, Intramurals, Forestry Club l, 2, 3, Sophomore Hop Committee 2. GEORGE B. WILLGEROTH Oak Park High School, lll4 Ontario Street, Oak Park, Illinois, Phi Delta Upsilon. H CHARLOTTE J. WILLIAMS Manchester Central High School, 211 Young Street, Manchester, N. H., Transfer from Boston University, Yacht Club 3, Sec- retarial Club 3. HOWARD L. WILSON Laconia High School, 152 Valley Street, Lakeport, N. H., Alpha Chi Sigma 2, 3, Phi Lambda Phi 2, 3, German Club 2, Spring Track l, 2, Football 2. R. WALLACE V. WALLACE WAYNE WEBSTER WENTWORTH WENTZELL WHITMYRE WILLGEROTH WILLIAMS WILSON 1 A 4 A 4 RICHARD J. WINN JOHN E. DOWNING Portsmouth High School, 32 Sweatt Ave., Portsmouth, N. H., Nashua High School, 27 Russell Avenue, Nashua, N. H., Theta International Relations Club 33 Mask and Dagger 2, 33 Outing Kappa Phig International Relations Club 2, Newman Club 2, 3. Club 2, Phi Lambda Phia 2, 33 Advanced Mil. Art 31 Football Manager 1, 2, 3g lpha Sigma 2, 35 N. H. Clu . ANNA M. HAWKINS V RAYMOND S. WOOD H h S h 1 5 I S L N H T . L ' ' g 1 ' t t, ' , . .3 - Woodsville High School, 47 Park sr., Woodsville, N. H., Phi wma lg C '22, fromrgigsrsolllegjolleagcetlnla ms Delta Upsilong Allgla Zeti, 2,133 Eiglnsa 3g Advanced Mil. rt 33 Outry u 2, . EARL N' WOODBURY CLIPSTON S. HARDING Concord High School, 330 North State St., Concord, N. H., Thayer High 50110013 Lggibnlljgrlligr Eoad, Portsmouth, N. H., Cross Country 2g gpring Tracli 2g Basketball Manager 15 pp ' orestry Clu l, 2, 3. ELEANORE B. WOODBURY GEORGE YOUNG - . - , - , - Dover High School, R.F.D. No. 2, Dover, N. H., Outing Club Woogllllllyi-IIE? NlfIb1Sll',iaginlIlTasELl3f1,gelglI,:f1 qldtlng lg Photography Club 25 German Club 23 Cornmuters' Club 2, 3. BERNARD YOFFEE ' MYRON S. ZELINSKY Portsmouth High School, 20 Partridge St., Portsmouth, N. H.g University Band l., 2, 3, Commuters' Club 1, 2, President 33 Manchester Central High School, 174 North Adams St., Man- Orchestra 35 Wildcafs Orchestra 2, Student Congress 3. chester, N. H., Phi Alpha, Glee Club 1. WINN WOOD WOODBURY E. WOODBURY YOFFEE DOWNINO HAWKINS HARDING YOUNG ZELINSKY 1 J A 1 1 1 1 Second Prize Submitted by Theodore Nelson 4- GRANITE Pll0'l'0GRAPHY CON'l'ES'l' First Prize Submitted by Albert Edgerly 0 Honorable Mention Submitted by Theodore Nelson Third Prize Submitted by Carroll Sanderson 89 fn ELINOR DOYLE RAYMOND DOYLE EDWARD BLYTHE ROGER J UDKINS 90 ULASS 0F 1942 OFFICERS President RAYMOND DOYLE Vice-President EDWARD BLYTHE Secretary ELINOR DOYLE Treasurer ROGER JUDKINS Executive Board ANNE STEVENS ROBERT AUSTIN WILFRED FEENEY LEONA DUMONT AHERN, KATHLEEN M., Charlestown AINSWORTH, RAYMOND P., Derry ALBEE, ROBERT W., Andover ALDEN, PRISCILLA F., Hampton ALEXANDER, ROBERT H., Kittery, Maine ALIAPOULOS, WILLIAM G., Manchester ALIMI, GEORGE P., Rochester ALLARD, ROBERT H., Melrose, Mass. ALLEN, ELIZABETH H., Manchester ALMOND, HELEN E., Chester, Conn. ALTERNBERN, THOMAS C., Woodsville AMES, BARBARA E., Berlin ANASTOS, PERICLES, Manchester ANDERSON, CHARLES E., Derry ANDERSON, ROBERT C., Newbury, Mass. ANDREWS, RALPH H., Rochester ANNIS, CLIFFORD L., Colebroolg ARMSTRONG, ROBERT G., Windham ARNO, IVAN W., JR., Errol ATKINSON, ELEANOR M., Laconia ATWELL, HOWELL W., Wakefield, Mass. AUSTIN, ROBERT H., Webster AVERY, ILENE E., Cambridge, Mass. BABCOCK, NATHAN H., Durham BACON BACON BACON, BACON 7 LAWRENCE W., Jefferson PHYLLIS E., West Lebanon RUTH D., Bridgeport, Conn. SELMA, Haverhill, Mass. BAER, WILLIAM, Dover BAGLEY, THOMAS R., Woodsville BANDIDOS, PAUL C., Concord BARBOUR, ARTHUR W., Union BARENBERG, EVELYN, Cambridge, Mass BARNETT, LYNDON R., North Stratford BASCOM, HORACE N., Alstead BASDEKIS, COSTAS H., Manchester BATCHELDER, JOHN E., Exeter BROWN BATCHELDER, NEAL A., Concord BECK., FRANKLIN W., Greenland BECK, PAUL S., Malden, Mass. BECKER, ROBERT, Haverhill, Mass. BERNIKOWICZ, VETO J., Nashua BERRY, JOSEPH C., Concord BILLINGS, ROBERT S., Dover BISSELL, RUSSELL B., Keene BLAINE, RALPH R., Manchester BLAIS, LAWRENCE F., Colebrook A BLAKE, EDITH M., Pike BLODGETT, JOSEPHINE M., West Stewarts- IOWII BLOOD, ELIZABETH D., Hollis BLYTHE, EDWARD S., Portsmouth BODGE, PAULA M., Golfstown BOGDAN, BENJAMIN W., Nashua BOODEY, LUCILLE A., Barrington BOUCHER, ARMAND R., Nashua BOURN, THEODORE S., JR., Milford BOWLES, FRED B., Franconia BOYCE, ROBERT E., Manchester BOZZO, JEROME G., No. Attleboro, Mass. BRACKETT, ANNETTE, Greenland BRAKELEY, BARBARA, Manchester BRECK, DONALD W., Wentwortll BRIGGS, DOROTHY M., Dover BROOME, JOSEPH W., Barrington BROWN, CHARLES L., JR., Newport I BROWN, JULIET E., Wentwo1'tl1 9 KATHERINE A., Concord BROWN, MARGARET, Cambridge, Mass. BROWN, RUSSELL C., Manchester. BROWN, WILLIAM I., Lexington, Mass. BRYANT, RICHARD W., Manchester BUCHANAN, WALTER, Winchester BUCKLEY, ARTHUR. J., Swampscott, Mass. BUDZIANOWSKI, ANTHONY S., Portsmouth i 91 BULLEN, BARBARA K., Marblehead, Mass BURNS, ALEX J., Franklin BURNS, BARBARA W., Manchester BURPEE, KATHLEEN, Manchester BURROUGHS, ROBERT B., Sanbornville BURT, LLOYD H., West Rumney BUTTRICK, JOHN W., Greenville BYLES, RUSSELL H., Edgewood, R. I. CALLAGHAN, JOHN J., Rochester CAME, VIRGINIA, Rochester CANFIELD, NORMAN, New London, Conn CANNELL, WILLIAM M., Lebanon CARLSON, EDWIN I., Concord CARR, BRUCE W., Concord CARR, ROBERT B., Alton CHARAIT, ALBERT A., Hollis CHASE, ANGELA G., Manchester CHASE, PHYLLIS A., Melrose, Mass. CHENEY, LAWRENCE B., East Kingston CLARK, EMERSON S., Marblehead, Mass CLARK, JANET, Rochester O CLARK, JOHN W., Weymouth, Mass. CLARK, ROBERT M., Franconia CLEMENT, ARTHUR E., Nashua ' CLEMENT, WILLIAM D., Nashua COGGER, ROSALIND' G., Men-imack COLE, HARLOW W., Freemont COLLIER, DOROTHY, B., Portsmouth COLMAN, FRANCES M., Sanbornville CONE, WILLIAM B., Pittsburgh, Penn. CONWAY, PAUL F., Exeter COOK, RICHARD F., Goshen COOMBS, WTEBSTER E., Whitefield CosTANzo, CHARLES F., Manchester COULOMBE, RHETA M., Berlin COX, ELLIS T., Portsmouth COX, EUNICE M., East Haverhill CRAFTS, DONALD K., Manchester CRAFTS, J. MADO, Manchester CRAM, MADELYN D., Manchester CRITCHERSON, ELEANOR M., Swamp scott, Mass. CROCKETT, DAVID R., New London CROOKS, PAULINE R., Winthrop, Mass. CULLEN, ROLAND P., Rochester CUMMINGS, MAVIS E., Nashua DAVIS, CONSTANCE I., Laconia DEARBORN, ELWYN, Epping DEARBORN, GRACE I., North Weare DEGREGORY, PHILIP, Dover DENT, RICHARD D., Newport DICKSON, RUTH, Manchester DONAHUE, NANCY, Haverhill, Mass. DOW, VIRGINIA M., Weare DOWELL, DOROTHEA A., Franconia DOYLE, ELINOR M., Portsmouth DOYLE, RAYMOND, Newburyport, Mass. DRAPER, FREDERICK A., Derry DROWNS, BARBARA L., Nashua DUCLOS, FRANCIS G., Contoocook DUFF, PAUL M., Milford DUMONT, LEONA F., Derry P DUMONT, ROGER J., Manchester DUPELL, RAYMONDWR., Reed's Ferry DURFEE, EUNICE A.,'MConcord EASTMAN, DAVID C., Durham EASTMAN, LOUISE A., Lakeperr EDES, FRANCIS P., Newport EDSON, LGUISE H., Vvest Lebanen EIQDAHL, MIRIAM C., Worcester, Mass. ELLIOTT, BRUCE o., East Rochester EVANS, RICHARD L., W'entworth FAY, NELSON J., Southhridge, Mass. FECTEAU, RITA Y., Epping FEENEY, WILFRED J., Haverhill, Mass. FEINBERG, ROSE, Dover F EUER, SUNDAY, Marlow F INNIGAN, JOHN W., Swampscott, Mass FITZPATRICK, M. ELIZABETH, Exeter FITZSIMMONS, WILLIAM T., Keene F LAVIN, MARGARET E., Keene FLETCHER, CONSTANCE, Manchester FOLEY, TERESA M., Dover FORBES, CHARLES S., Lisbon FOWLER, FRENCH, FRENCH, FRENCH, FRENCH, JOHN F ., Newton JOSEPHINE C., Merrimack LEON E., Kittery, Maine PHILIP N., Portsmouth ROBERT W., Pittsfield FRIZZELL, EDWIN C., Colebrook FROST, TERRY P., Dedham, Mass. FULLER, VIRGINIA, Manchester GARLAND, BUHRMAN B., Bartlett GAY, KATHLEEN E., New London GELT, SAMUEL, Derry GOLDMAN, HELEN N., Milford GORDON, GEORGE III, Rye, N. Y. GORDON, RICHARD E., Portland, Me. GOULD, WTILBUR A., Colebrook G-OVE, CAROLYN E., Laconia GOVE, LEO T., Wentwo1'tl1 GRABOWSKI, PETER J., Laconia GRANT, ARLENE C., Manchester GRAY, JOHN H., Penacook GREEN, RALPH H., JR., Westville GREENAWAY, DORIS M., Portsmouth GREEN OUGH, FRANCIS, Groveland, Mass. GREENWOOD, ALBERT R., Keene GRIFFITHS, JOSEPH R., Berwick, Me. CRIMES, ANN C., Dover GRINDLE, RALPH L., Conway GRYGIEL, GENEVIEVE L., Nashua HALE, CONSTANCE P., Rockaway, L. I. HALE, JOHN I., Portsmouth HALEY, HAROLD A., Barrington HALL, CHESLEY B., Loudon . HALL, HAROLD J., N. Attlehoro, Mass. HALL, JOHN D., Melrose, Mass. HAMILTON, PAUL A., N. Dighton, Mass. HAMMOND, CHARLES R., Manchester HANCOCK, MARY L., Concord HARTE, URSULA P., Nashua HARWOOD, RUTH B., Portsmouth HASKINS, OLIVE E., Troy HASTINGS, RAYMOND I., Gilsum HAUBRICH, JANE A., Claremont HAWKINS, ANNA M., Laconia 1 HAZZARD, LAURENCE R., Portsmouth HENDERSON, ERDINE V., Penacook HEPLER, JESSIE R., Durham HERLIHY, RITA E., Wilton HILL, ALICE H., Sanford, Me. HILTON, BERNICE M., Keene HOBBS, JOHN L., Milton Mills HOLM-HANSEN, DAGFRID, Bridgeport, Conn. HOLT, CHARLES W., JR., Hudson HOLT, MARJORIE L., Concord HONKALA, ADOLF U., Gerrish HOOKER, PAUL M., Peachaln, Vt. HOOPER, JOHN H., Sanbornville HOPKINS, DAVID M., Greenfield HOULIHAN, THOMAS F., Milton, Mass. HOWARD, JEAN N., Bartlett HOWKER, SHIRLEY H., Somersworth HUNTOON, CLINTON F., Danbury HURLBERT, DAPHNE E., Errol HYATT, BARBARA F., Keene IMPROTA, PATSY G., Noroton Hts., Conn. INGLESON, WALTER N., Manchester JACOBS, GERTRUDE G., Exeter JACQUES, DOROTHY R., Wallaston, Mass. JANVRIN, DOROTHY M., Hampton Falls JASPER, DOROTHY G., Hudson JENKINS, ROBERT S., East Westmoreland JEWELL, ELLIOTT W., Jackson Hts., N. Y. JEWELL, ESTHER F ., Stratham I JOHNSON, JOSEPH W.,R0c11eSter JOHNSON, MAXINE T., Manchester JOHNSON, WALTER G., Lee J UDKINS, ROGER B., White Plains, N. Y. KACHAROS, CHARLES J ., Derry KALLED, JAMES, Nashua KATRANIS, ALEX N., Nashua KATSIAFICAS, NICHOLAS G., Nashua KEEGAN, BERNARD J., JR., Jalfrey KEET, ROBERT T., Claremont KELLEY, ROBERT N., Pittsfield KENNEDY, WINIFRED C., Newport KENNEY, EDITH M., Newmarket KIMBALL, ROLAND B., Manchester KNOWLES, PERRY G., Swampscott, Mass. KNOWLTON, ROBERT P., Boscawen KOUTSOTASEOS, SOCRATES, Nashua KREW'SKI, HELEN S., Nashua KUNTZ, MINNIE M., Hampton LAMBERT, VIRGINIA G., Lynnlield Center, Mass. LANG, KENNETH J., Manchester LANGER, RAY F., Manchester LANY ON, HAROLD M., Hanover LAPEZA, HENRY M., Nashua LAWRENCE, LUTHER D., Berwick, Me. LEAVITT, FRANK E., Concord LEGGETT, RICHARD H., Berlin LESTER, ORLANDO A., Northwood LETENDRE, EUGENE J., Manchester LEVESQUE, GERARD J., Nashua LEWIS, ANN F ., Dover LEWIS, VERNON, Plaistow LIBBY, ROSALIE A., Walpole LING, ROLAND H., Manchester LINNELL, RICHARD, Northwood Bridge LORD, ROBERT E., Farmington LOWT, ROBERT A., Danvers, Mass. LYLIS, THEO, Manchester LYSTER, JOHN D., Concord LYSZCZAS, EDWARD, Nashua MCCRONE, HENRY R., Dover I MCDANIEL, GRACE M., East Barrington MCDONALD, JOHN A., Berlin MCINTIRE, PAUL H., JR., Portland, Me. MCKEAGNEY, ROBERT B., No. Rochester MCKENNA, MAURICE F., Lawrence, Mass. MCNAMARA, THOMAS J., Manchester MALLIS, HELEN H., Berlin MANZONE, MARIO G. 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MORIN, ANTOINE R., Concord MORIN, LAURENT E., Berlin MORSE, WALLACE J., Tilton MOULTON, WILLIAM M., Concord MEULLER, DONALD N., Concord' MULLEN, ROBERT M., Concord MURCHIE, EDWARD M., North Salem MURPHY, MARY C., Dover NAPIER, CAROLYN J., Hamden, Conn. NEVERS, ASHLEY D., Whitefield NICHOLS, EUNICE, Kingston NOLAN, PAUL F., Newton, Mass. NOLETTE, JEANNE E., Salmon Falls NOONAN, JOHN H., JR., Enfield NOURY, FRANCIS A., Manchester NTCEROS, LYDIA P., Bridgeton, Me. NUCENT, PAUL, Quincy, Mass. 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PETERSON, ESTHER A., Portsmouth PETERSON, THELMA, Northwood Ridge PFADENHAUER, RUTH E., Montvale, N J PHAIR, EDITH M., Durham PHANEUF, ALBERTINE P., Nashua PICHARD, GREENLEAF, Seabrook Beach PIKE, J EANNE W., Laconia PITMAN, MARJORIE A., Mansfield, Mass PLACY, GORDON E., Colehrook PLATT, WALTER M., Lawrence i S . , 1 - z .ws Se' PLUMER, WILLIAM E., Northwood PLUMMER, ELLEN-LOUISE, Laconia PLUMPTON, DEAN D., Manchester Q POPE, ROBERT M., Middlehoro, Mass. POWERS, DAVID A., Mont Vernon PUSHEE, JESSE G., Lyme RAND, DONALD P., Nashua RAND, MARGARET C., New Castle RANDALL, ROBERT J., North Conway RAY, ROBERT H., Exeter REDMAN, MARJORIE J., Candia REED, LAURENCE J -, Manchester REED, NORMAN A., Laconia REIVO, AARO E., Newport RESNICK, GWENDOLYN F., Manchester REYNOLDS, LEWIS T., Concord RICHARDS, JOHN V., Suncook RICHNER, DONALD R., Northwood RICKER, ERNEST R., Berwick, Maine RILEY, WILLIAM S., Nashua ROBBINS, FRANK H., Melrose, Mass. ROBERTS, CLYDE T., Dover ROBINSON, FRANCES M., East Barrington ROBINSON, MESCAL L., Durham ROGER, NORMAN F., Haverhill, Mass. ROGERS, DANIEL B., Laconia ROGERS, WILLIAM F., Newport ROSEN, WILLIAM G., Portsmouth ROUILLARD, ARTHUR J., JR., Claremont ROWE, JOHN A., Portsmouth ROWELL, MARGARET E., Everett, Mass. ROY, LEOPOLD R., Manchester RUBIN, BERNARD, Derry RUDNICK, ALBERT, Manchester RUGGLES, HELEN M., Salem RUSSELL, DANIEL, Milton, Mass. RUSSELL, DONALD W., Springvale, Maine SAKOIAN, ALBERT, Arlington, Mass. ST. CLAIRE, CONSTANCE, Tilton SALAMY, PAUL, Peterborough STACKPOLE, CECIL T., JR., Portsmouth SANBORN, PAULINE V., Laconia SANFORD, HAROLD J., Warren SANNE, OSCAR A., Portsmouth SARGENT, LESLIE B., JR., Plymouth SATZOW, MEYER H., Claremont SAUNDERS, FRED, North Conway SAWYER, ARTHUR W., JR., Franconia SAWYER, DOROTHY M., Lawrence, Mass. SAWYER, ELINOR, Woodstock SAWYER, MARIE P., East Jaffrey SAWYER, PAUL A., Woodsville SAWYER, ROBERT B., Bradford, Mass. SCHIAVONI, THEODORE L., Manchester SCHMIDT, A. WIILLIAM, Stamford, Conn. SCOTT, LORENE N., Pittsburg SEEL, HARVEY G., Newton SHAY, ELIZABETH D., Concord SHARES, PAUL C., Lebanon SIDERIS, JOHN E., Manchester SILVIA, WILFRED M., Middlehoro, Mass. SIMMONS, CHARLES A., Winnisquam SIMON, JAMES E., Dover SINGLETON, BRUCE H. C., Concord SIPPRELLE, GERALDINE M., Woodsville SLATTERY, MARIE B., Nashua SLEEPER, DAVID A., Watertown, Mass. SLEEPER, JAMES C., Wolfhoro Falls SMALLEY, PORTER W., Dover SMITH, CLAYTON H., Portland, Me. SMITH, FAY M., JR., Keene SMITH, GEORGE C., Durham SMITH, HAROLD M., Wilton SMITH, HERBERT W., JR., Newport SMITH, MYRL A., Enfield Center SMITH, ROBERT H., East Swanzey SMITH, ROLAND F., Kittery, Me. SOUTHWICH, ROBERT M., Acworth SPENCER, FRED A., Rochester SPILLMAN, MARJORIE A., Mont Vernon STANTON, CLAIRE J., Wilton STEBBINS, THEODORE M., Manchester STEEVES, STANLEY B., Wakefield, Mass. STEWART, ROBERT B., Lincoln STIDSTONE, GEORGE W., JR., Harwich Port, Mass. STILES, DAVID, ,North Conway STOCK, MARIAN A., Tilton STOHRER, GEORGE A., Concord STONE, HYMAN N., Conway STONE, OSBORN E., Derry STOWELL, JOHN F., Merrimack STROCK, JOSEPH L., Brookline, Mass. SULLIVAN, RICHARD A., Haverhill, lwass. SUNDELIN, VARNA T. E., W. Barnstable, Mass. SUTHERLAND, NATALIE C., Plymouth SWASEY, HENRY W., Durham SYLVAIN, CHARLES H., Rochester TASKER, JAMES H., JR., Dover TASOULAS, ERNEST J., Keene TAYLOR, ANN E., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. TEBO, JEANNE S., Manchester TEEL, ALLISON, Marblehead, Mass. TEWKSBURY, NELSON C., Derry THOMPSON, ANNETTE W., S. Wolfeboro TILLSON, PRISCILLA, Middleboro, Mass. TINKER, ROBERT L., Nashua TIPPING, ESTHER G., Claremont TIPPING, EVELYN D., Claremont TOBEY, LUCILE B., Harwich, Mass. TOLCHINSKY, EDNA A., Newmarket TOOHILL, JEANETTE E., Rochester TRACHY, ROGER A., Franklin TRAINOVICI-I, VIRGINIA A., Nashua TROMBLY, HARVEY H., Troy TUFTS, JAMES A., III, Exeter TURCOTTE, NORMAN LE R., Belmont TURNER, ANDREAS M., Lynn, Mass. TUTTLE, ROBERT L., Dover ULIN, PHYLLIS B., Manchester VALONEN, L. RUDOLPH, Ti-Oy VARNEY, ELIZABETH, Dover VAUGHAN, CHARLES L., E. Aurora, N. Y VAUGI-IAN, MARTHA A., Newport VAUGHAN, ROBERT C., Peterborough VIRCHOW, WARREN E., Nashua VOGEL, LEO E., Keene VOZELLA, MARGARET E., Portsmouth WALL, NORMA L., Arlington, Mass. WALLACE, WILLIAM R., Walpole WALSH, ALINE J ., Dracut, Mass. WARD, FRANK G., Madison WEATHER, MARCIA, Arlington, Mass. WEAVER, BETTY J ., Newmarket WEBB, ALICE D., Newmarket WEBBER, DAVID A., Portsmouth WEBSTER, ARTHUR B., JR., Litchfield, Conn WEBSTER, WENDELL H., West Canaan VVHEELER, GORDON B., Andover, Mass. WHEELER, LOUIS D., Winchester WHEELER, PAUL F., Wakefield, Mass. WHITCHER, NORMAN A., Franklin WHITTEMORE, HOLLIE L., Manchester WILLEY, PAUL G., Manchester WILLIAMS, CHARLES W., JR., Brockton, Mass WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH L., Portsmouth WILLOUGHBY, LILA R., Plymouth WINKLER, ROBERTA L., Dover WOODBURY, ROBERT D., Suncook ' WOODMAN, GEORGE C., Northwood WOODW ARD, VIRGINIA, Derry Village WOODWARD, WILLIAM S., Durham WRIGHT, EUGENE A., Scotia, N. Y. W RIGHT, GLENN E., Derry Y EATON, VINTON R., Dover YOUNG, HOLMAN H., Pittsburg ZETLEN, ROBERT A., Salem, Mass. ZITRIDES, ARTHUR G., Manchester 4,41-'7 4-1 AT LETICS WZ. .e X X KX DICK,, GORDON GEORGE SAUER CHARLES JUSTICE Head Coach Assistant Coach Head Coach GEORGE SAUER .Assistant Coach CHARLES JUSTICE Trainer WILLIAM MARSH Captain BURTON MITCHELL 'Malzager PAUL RAYNES EW HAMPSHIREPS varsity football team ended the 1939 season with a record of three games Won and five lost. However, the eight-game schedule was a diflicult One, in- cluding the hig-time elevens of Harvard and Rutgers. Coaches Sauer and Justice, as well as the players themselves, need have no re- grets, for tl1e team played hard football all the Way and showed a spirit that was a credit to the University. At the close of the season, '4Burt" Mitchell, consistent hackfield lumin- ary, was honored hy election to the captaincy hy the letter-men. uBurt", a fine all-around performer, certainly merited this recognition. September 30-Colhy at Durham Score: N. H. 6-Colby 20 Definitely out-played hy a husky hunch of Colby gridmen, New Hampshire Went down HE F00'l'BALL SEASO .1 A 4 . C. F. in 'Elf' BURTT to defeat in the first game of tl1e year. The big, fast Mules powered and passed their way to two scores, one each in the second and third periods, and then in the fourth a pass interception and a 45-yard run hy an alert Colby end resulted in the final tally. The Wildcats refused to be completely checked, however, and shook sophomore Stacey Clark loose in the third period on a hreath-taking 70-yard punt run-hack. Clark took the ball on the New Hampshire 30-yard line, scuttled up past mid-field along the side-lines behind effective blocking, cut hack, and plummeted over with plenty to spare. The game was fea- tured by the long range punting of uAce" Parker, 'Wildcat halfback whose kicking pre- vented further Mule scoring. In the end, however, the well-rounded Colby attack and strong reserve power decided the game. October 7-Northeastern at Durham Score: N. H. 15-N. U. 6 Showing a decided improvement over the previous week's performance, New Hamp- shire's varsity footballers subdued a scrappy Northeastern eleven 15-6. The contest was a thrilling one to watch throughout. The Wild- cats scored first, in the opening stanza after a 46-yard march, featuring the three sopho- more backs, Hall, Clark and Gordon. Hall finally lugged it over from the 3-yard line on an off-tackle play. The Huskies came right back with a 60-yard march for a score. Cas- well and Struzziero, two fine hacks for North- eastern, sparked this drive which culminated as Struzziero hucked into the end zone from the 3-yard line. The conversion failed, as' had 109 . W'!'Pll'Wfh'N'U'llWNIHrnf14'NJlIIH'lf1lNIHlWMWWWWNHMJl!MJlWlJJIlNNJH1WWUJH!ll!! First Row: Sauer, Stewart, Haynes, Winte1'hottom, Mitchell, Buchanan, Burtt, Russell, Urban, - Piretti, Raynes. Second Row: Leary, Gould, Fecke, Kachavos, Poplawski, Doyle, Budzianowski, Marshall, Martin, Jones. Third Row: Gordon, Parker, Chase, Wfallace, Lyszczas, Page, Stevens, Clark, Hall, Glines, Onnela, Flaherty. the New Hampshire attempt. The teams were deadlocked, 6-6. In the second period, after a fumble recovery by "Matt" Flaherty, the Wild- cats started to roll. MBurt" Mitchell, making his first appearance after illness, snagged two down-tl1e-alley passes from Hall to put the pigskin on the Northeastern thirteen. Here, the Huskies stiffened and Coach Sauer sent in uPepper" Martin to attempt a field goal. '4Pep" came through beautifully under pres- sure, with an up-right splitter from the nine- teen. Following the half, New Hampshire made the final tally, again on a sustained march. uDick" Gordon, sophomore fullback, chewed off big chunks of yardage in this push, finally battering his way to pay dirt from the six. In the final period, the ball see-sawed. The Huskies threatened, but a goal-line stand by the Wildcats put an end to Northeastern hopes. Leary, Piretti, Onnela, Gould and Steve Lampson played especially well in the line. Slack" Hanlon played a Very fine game in tl1e backfield. October 14-University of Maine at Orono Score: N. H. 0-Maine 6 After holding a highly favored Maine team scoreless for three periods on a rain-soaked gridiron, New Hampshire's fighting Wildcats lost a heart-breaker 6-0 in the final Canto, when a Dyer to Stearns pass covered 55-yards for the lone score of the day. The game, play- ed in a driving rain, was a hard-fought one throughout, with both sides fumbling fre- quently. Maine threatened thrice before they they were able to push over the deciding tally. Time after time the stubborn Wildcat W UW' ,W M UW , j line stymied the Bricemen. Large '4Matt" Flaherty and Ario Piretti played a stand- out game in the New Hampshire for- ward wall. The game was featured, too, by a kicking duel between Dyer of Maine and Clarence Parker of New Hampshire. Both boys did a fine job of booting the greasy pigskin. 4'Burt" Mitchell also turned in a stellar per- formance in the Wildcat backfield. . October 21-Springfield College at Springfield Score: N. H. 2--Springfield 3 In a stirring battle between two strong lines, Springfield edged Coach Sauer's gridsters 3-2 in a night game. Tom Anderson, substitute guard, provided Springfield with ,its margin of Victory, place-kicking a field goal from tl1e 20- yard stripe late in the second period. New Hampshire scored its points in the third period when '6Matt" Flaherty tackled a Gymnast back in the end zone after the latter had juggled a twisting Hall punt. Neither team could do much in an offensive way, except for one Springfield march which was climaxed by a first down on the New Hampshire one yard line. But the aroused Wildcat frontier refused to be dented and rose up to take the hall away on downs. October 25--University of Vermont at Durham Score: N. H. 22-Vermont 7 Before a record Dad's Day crowd New Hampshire's varsity gridmen punched out a decisive 22-7 Victory over the University of Vermont eleven. The opening chukker was a tight printing duel with neither team being able to make much headway. In the second period, taking advantage of a favorable wind, the Wild- cats gained a great deal of yardage on punt exchanges, and finally took advantage of a particularly poor against-the-wind boot to set up their initial score. New Hampshire took tl1e ball on the Catamounts 27-yard line. Hall went l2-yards for a first down, but here the advance stalled and dependable uPep" Martin was rushed into the fray to try a field goal. y STACEY CLARK 1 1 A 4 Again the big boy came through under pressure, as he booted 1 the pigskin through the uprights from the 18-yard line. Then in the third period the Wildcats broke loose for 19 points and the ball game. Winterhottom recovered a Vermont fumhle on y the visitor's 18 to start things rolling. On the next play "Burt" 1 Mitchell scored standing up on a perfectly executed reverse. 1 Shortly afterwards New Hampshire gained possession of the hall on Vermont's 35 and in eight plays, hucked over for an- other tally. Two plays after the ensuing kickoff the Wildcats ACE" PARKER CAPTAIN 4'BURT', MITCHELL grabbed another Catamount bobble and slam- med over for their last score in five plays, with Hall crossing into pay dirt from 8 yards out. ln the fourth period, Vermont filled the air with passes, and one of them, from Taylor to Broutsas connected for the lone touchdown for the Burlington Boys. Outstanding in the New Hampshire triumph were Parker, Hall, Mitchell, 'Hard-bargaini' iHanlon, Lampson, Piretti, and 4'Matt" Flaherty. November 4-Rutgers University at New Brunswick Score: N. H. 13-Rutgers 32 A Wild and Wooly game of football saw the powerful Scarlet team carve out a decisive MATT FLAHERTY FRED WINTERBOTTORI 32-13 win over the out-weighed New Hamp- shire outfit. Rutgers pushed over two scores in the first half on passes from MArt" Gottlieb to HBig Trainv Tranavitch. The Wildcats just could not match the superior man-power of the New Brunswick boys and as the game wore on, this fact became increasingly evident. New Hampshire kept plugging, however, and scored twice on beautiful runs by the two lightweight sophomore backs, Harold Hall and Stacey Clark. Late in the second period, Hall took a Rutgers punt on his own 10, lateraled to Clark and tl1e latter, aided by a timely block on the part of Flaherty, galloped 88-yards, in a spectacular bit of broken-field running to cross the Scarlet goal line. '6Pep" Martin converted the extra point. Midway in , ,,,, ,, . mm 1ln11n the third period Gottlieb put the game on ice for Rutgers when he slammed over for the third Scarlet marker from 2-yards out. This brought the score to 19-7 in Rutgers' favor. Then early in the final period tl1e omni- present Mr. Gottlieb threw a strike to Foster in the Wildcat end zone to notch the New Brunswickians' fourth six-pointer. Shortly afterwards, Hall brought the crowd to its feet when he cleverly intercepted a Foster lateral on the New Hampshire 15 and raced 85 yards '6ToM" J oHNsoN HSTEVEN LAMPSON to score. The fifth and final Rutgers' touch- down came in the closing minutes on a sus- tained march, with Gottlieb scoring on a line plunge. November 11-Tufts College at Durham Score: N. H. 13-Tufts 6 Coming from behind in the fourth quarter, New Hampshire's Wildcats pushed over two markers to defeat a stubborn Tufts team 13-6. The .lumbos scored first in the second stanza, when some fancy booting by Griffin of Tufts, plus a high wind gave the visitors possession of the ball deep in New Hampshire territory. West went down to the one yard line on an end run, and on the next play Curtis crashed down through for what proved to be Tufts only touchdown. The try for the extra point was wide. It was not until the end of the third period that the Wildcats began to move. Hall, who was a trouble-maker for the Tufts boys all afternoon, snared a Jumbo aerial behind his own goal line and ran it out to the twenty. On the next play Hall eeled his way 40 yards before he was finally brought down on the Tufts 40 yard marker. Hanlon teamed with Hall to bring the pigskin to the 15 in four 114 smashes. From here '4Burt" Mitchell drove over tackle for the score that tied up the game 6-6.-With a tie or a precious one-point lead in the balance, '4Pepper" Martin came through once more with a beautiful place- ment that really gave Coach Sa1ier's forces the ball game. Just to make certain, the Wild- cats added another tally after Gould covered a Jumbo fumble on the visiting team's 22. Again Hanlon and Hall collaborated to place the ball on the Tufts' 8 and again Mitchell rammed through for the final score of the game. Outstanding during the game for New Hampshire was '6Midge" Hall, sophomore halfback. He played the entire game andvdid a grand job of it. Time after time he bucked the rugged Tufts line for consistent yardage and generally made life miserable for the Medfordites throughout the contest. H.lack" Hanlon and "Burt" Mitchell, senior backs, likewise turned in fine performances. In the line, Haynes, Piretti and Flaherty starred. November 18-Harvard College at Cambridge Score: N .H. 0-Harvard 46 A crowd of 15,000 saw a powerful Harvard football team wallop an outclassed Wildcat eleven, 46-0. Scoring 26 points in the opening period the Crimson pulverized tl1e Wildcat line with their smooth-functioning and de- ceptive attack. Led by the fancy-striding Capt. 1 lf' ...Wt . . 2 'Ili .asses 1 U ,.,. - Q, ,Q s f'f'l'TfNf , 'jk - 5. --' . 'l ift 'Q lffflffw--.., K Q I is .1-1. if--li " iff.- SF3 Rf 0 if H ' x 1 ,S ,K ,fa f' sf 5 , 1 for ' X . .asv " A - A 1 . "BOB" ONNELA G'Torby" MacDonald, wl1o scored three times himself, the Harvards tallied in every period save the second, and had things pretty much their own way. The New Hampshire team gave a fine exhibition of gameness, as it kept scrapping until the final gun. Eleven seniors played their final football games for the University. They were: Winterbottom, Piretti, Haynes, Buchanan, Leary, Sauer, Mitchell, Hanlon, Urban, and Johnson. These players will be greatly missed next year. Prospects for next year seem brighter as the Wildcats play more teams that are in their own class instead of such large schools as Harvard and Rutgers. Then, too, there is a promising crop of freshmen coming up from whom Coach Sauer expects a great deal. was H . .ga -- . . . First Row: Sweet, Thompson, Feuer, Clark, Beaulieu, Lucier, Preston, Wolcott, Feeney. Second Row: DuRie, John fCoachJ, Costanzo, Evans, Steele, Keegan, Spicer, Brodie, Bennett, Bourn, Johnson. Third Row: Osgood, Pinks, Lufkin, Zidowsky, Levesque, Hendrick, Blaine, Goodell, Bogrett. JUNIUR vin I'l'Y F00'l'BALL Captain WALLACE CLARK Coach JOHN DURIE S a natural consequence of having most of last season's J ayvees moved up to the Varsity, the 1939 Junior Varsity football eleven failed to show a Winning season, although they played a good brand of ball. Coaehed by uJohnny" Duliie, the boys came through with a win over New Hampton Academy, two defeats by the frosh, and one setback by the big Tilton Junior College team. With Captain g'Sammy" Clark laid up with a broken ankle, and numerous other boys on the sidelines because of injuries, the team must be congratulated on the job they did. October 14 Freshmen 31 Junior Varsity 6 Durham October 27 New Hampton 7 Junior Varsity 12 Durham November 4 Tilton C31 Junior Varsity 0 Tilton November 10 Freshmen 28 Junior Varsity 0 Durham 116 First Row: Suslak, Mugford, Smith, Begin, Lamond, Hihalski, DeGregory, Pascal, Goodfellow, Mackel, MacDonald, Meneghin. Second Row: Dougal, Anthony CCoachD , Ackerman, Des Roches, Brady, Simmons, Dowd, Davis, Judd, Sullivan, Costigan, Chase, Carr, Galli, Johnson, Wheeler, Burrill, Goodwin, George CAss't Coachl. Third Row: Askenazy, Davis, Garland, Robbins, Vogel, Stebbins, Gray, Cushman, Seel, Mudphy, Cochran, Neal, Fay, Frazer. FRESIIMA FIIDTBALL Co-Captains PHILIP DEGREGORY, HARRY PASCOE Coach TONY DOUGAL Assistant Coach GEORGE GOODWIN ' October 14 Freshmen 31 Junior Varsity 6 Durham October 21 Freshmen 6 Phillips Exeter 18 Exeter November 4- Freshmen 7 Bridgeton 6 Durham November 10 Freshmen 28 Junior Varsity 0 Durham IT1-1 a new man, '6Tony" Dougal, at the coaching helm, the 1939 Freshman football squad came through a difficult season with three wins and one defeat. Tl1e team was rather heavy, and the boys made use of their weight while being used as conditioning agents for the varsity. The team, lead by '6Phil,' DeGregory, and '6Harry,' Pascoe, opened their season with an impressive 31-6 win over the Wildcat Jayvees. The following week, although playing a fast brand of ball, they fell before an Exeter Aggregation 18-6, but bounced hack to knock off a strong Bridgton Academy team from Maine 7-6. The season was closed in the same manner as it opened, with a 28-0 win over the Jayvees. 117 vin ITY cross-con TRY Captain ' THEODORE UNDERWOOD Coach PAUL SWEET Asst. Coach EDWARD BLooD Manager' WILLIAM I-IAPPNY INNING three dual meets while losing one, and placing second in the Harvard- Dartmouth meet and fourth in the New Eng- land's, the New Hampshire cross-country team completed one of the most successful seasons in recent years. '-Ted" Underwood, a senior and veteran cross-country and track performer was honored by being selected as captain by his teammates. Coach Paul Sweet turned out a well balanced team in Ray Rivers, Under- wood, J ones, Kirk, Huntoon, Mullen, and Swasey. Kirk and the diminutive Jones were the most outstanding runners for the iNew Hampshire cause throughout the season. October 6--Bates College at Durham Score: N. H. 36-Bates 2l p The Wildcat runners started the season in an- impressive style by beating the visiting Bates team, 2l-36, on the home course. New Hampshire led by Jack Kirk swept the first three places of this race on a clear mild day on J ACK KIRK a dry fast course. Rivers and Underwood fol- lowed the winner to the tape in thatorder, while the majority of the remainder of Paul Sweet charges were hunched between ninth and thirteenth places. -October 14-New Hampshire at Orono Score: N. H. 22-Maine 35 , Paced by New England champion '4Don" Smith, the Maine team decisively 'defeated the New Hampshire cross-country team on the former's home grounds, 22-35. On a cold, raw day, Smith covered the distance in the re- markable, time of 21:54. Jones and Kirk were the two highest Wildcat runners to cross the finish line, second and fourth respectively. October 20-R. l. State at Durham' Score: N. H. 33-R. l. 22 Sweeping the first three places the New Hampshire runners conquered the Rhode ls- land Staters for the second year in succession in Durham, 22-33. Jack Kirk and Warren Jones finished in a tie for the local aggrega- tion breaking the tape in 23:18. allay" Rivers, a sophomore, was third. The weather was warm and fair, ideal for the race. Paul Sweet, B.S., U.N.H., 19233 graduate ' study: U. of Southern California, 1938, Coach, varsity and. freshman cross country, Varsity mile relay, Varsity two mile relay, freshman winter track, Var- sity winter track. Edward J. Blood, BS., U.N.H., 1935, US. Olympic team, Lake Placid, 19325 Germany, 1936. Assistant coach, varsity and freshman cross country coach, varsity winter sports. Assistant coach, varsity track and freshman track. October 27-Dartmouth and N. H. at Cambridge ' Score: N. H. 2-Harvard 1- Dartmouth 3 New Hampshire finished second to Harvard and ahead of Dartmouth in the annual tri- angular meet in Cambridge on the strength of a second place by J ones and a sixth by Kirk and a nintl1 by Rivers. The diminutive second finisher wearing the Blue and Wllite was the smallest man on the course, but showed plenty of stamina and grit. The boys covered a long course, it taking the winner 29:01, and Jones 29:05 to go the dis- tance. I November 3-Colby College at Durham Score: N. H. 48-Colby 15 By taking all of the first eleven places ex- PAUL SWEET EDWARD BLOOD cept the sixth, the Wildcat runners scored their third dual meet victory of the Fall over the visiting Mules on the home grounds. Kirk, Underwood, J ones, Rivers, and Huntoon won the first five places in a mass exhibition of N. H. superiority. The score read 15-48 and was a good tuneup meet for the New Eng- lands which were to follow. ' N.E.I.C.A.A.A. at Boston J ack Kirk led the Durham hill and dalers in the giant New England championships in Franklin Park Boston, as he finished a strong ninth. uDon" Smith of Maine, the defending champion was the winner over tl1e four and one 'half mile distance in the great time of 21:16. Jones and Rivers were the next New Hampshire men to finish and when the totals were computed it was found that the Wild- cats had placed fourth out of 12 schools com- peting. s First Row: Blood, Huntoon, Kirk, Swasey, Underwood, Jones, Rivers, Sweet, Paul fCoachJ. Second Row: Townsend, Kimball, Shaw, Mullen, Sanborn, Atwood, Happny. 119 First Row: Blood, Emmans, Keough, Gibbs, French, Lowry, Hamlin, Pearson, Campbell, Sweet. Second Row: Joslin, Halverson, McGinnis, Woodman, Leloup, Emery, Harding, Holmes, Guild. Third Row: Ekman, Moran, Foley, Rogers, F erullo, Whittemore, Moeller, Wheeler, Ellis. time HMA :moss-can TRY 1939 OINING the ranks of the other freshman teams which had successful seasons, Paul Sweet's frosh harriers came through during tl1e 1939 fall season with a record of four vic- tories and only one loss, in addition to a fourth place in the New Englands. Triumphs over Concord, Portsmouth, and Manchester high schools were chalked up on the books for the yearling hill-and-dalers, while perhaps the outstanding accomplishment of the season was a victory over Harvard and Dartmouth fresh- man teams, in a three-cornered meet. The only defeat for the frosh came at the hands of the Rhode Island Staters, from Kingston, R. I., home of some of the classiest cross-country teams in New England. Easily the outstanding member of the year- ling squad during the 1939 season was Wayne Lowry, who was chosen as captain: The freshman star set up an enviable record of coming in first for his team in every race he competed in. Lowry, who is expected to do big things in track, runs the mile down around 4:20, which pretty nearly makes him about the fastest miler in school at present. Other prominent members of the frosh squad, who are being counted on for the future, are Keough, and Hamlin, both of whom placed well up in every race. 120 Captain WAYNE LowRY Coach, PAUL SWEET Manager GEORGE GUILD N.H. Opp October 6 Portsmouth High at Durham 25 35 October 14 Concord High at Durham 23 35 October 20 Rhode Island State F rosh at Durham 31 24 October 27 Harvard, Dartmouth Frosh at Cambridge 32 83 November 8 Manchester Central at Durham 23 32 November 13 N.E.I.C.A.A.A. Frosh fourth Coach PAUL SWEET Coach Captain Zllanagcr Dec. 15 N.H. Jan. 6 NQH " 10 N.H " 15 N.H ', 17 NJH 9' 20 Nl-I Feb. 9 Nl-I. " 10 N.H " 14 N.H " 17 N.H. First Row: Davis, Saunders, Freedman, Zitrides, Beaudin, Karelis, Mackel, Second Row: DuRie, Vaughan, Callagy, Joslin, Goodfellow, Carr, Martel, Bergeron, Woodbury. FRESHMA J OHN DURIE ARTHUR ZITRIDES DONALD WOODBURY M.l.T. '43 19 Boston Tufts '43 31 Durham Boston U. '43 25 Durham St. Anselm '43 37 Durham Exeter Academy 28 Durham Keene Teachers 25 Keene Bridgton Acad. 40 Durham Northeastern '43 21 Boston Tilton School 28 Durham Austin-Cate 46 Durham 1 Coach JOHN DURIE BA KETBALL ITH Johnny DuRie, star guard and captain of the 1937-38 varsity hoop squad, hand- ling the coaching reins, the 1939-40,freshman basketball team enjoyed one of the most suc- cessful seasons in the history of tl1e university, winning all but one of its nine games, and suffering the 'lone defeat by a one-point mar- gin at the hands of the Tufts frosh. Riding roughshod over a field of opponents which included M.l.T., Boston University, Exeter academy, Bridgton academy, Northeastern, and Tilton, the smoothly-coordinated year- lings served notice on the coaching staff that they will have to be seriously considered for starting positions on next year's varsity quin- tet. The team this year, Was composed of Zitrides, Suslak, Davis, Mugford, and Freed- man, With such men as HJoe" Beaudin alter- nating as a regular starter. G'Sheik" Karelis, who reported late, saw extensive action during the latter part of the season. Lining up with Suslak at center, the first squad had Zitrides and Davis at the forwards, with Freedman and Mugford handling the guard positions. Elig- ibility diiiiculties, after the beginning of the second semester, lost Suslak and Mugford to the team, giving Mackel, Beaudin, and Karelis an opportunity to see more action. Providing that scholastic difficulties do not Waylay too many of these men, they will undoubtedly be of much use to Coach Hank Swasey, on the varsity next year. 121 VAR ITY CAPTAIN NJ IMn HATCH Coach HENRY C. SWASEY Captain ALDER HATCH Manager DAVID BARKIN HE 1939-1940 basketball season was not exactly a complete success, with the Wildcats winning six and losing ten games. However, the team, which was composed largely of veterans, performed creditably in all of its engagements, losing many of the games on breaks. The scarcity of victories must be partly charged to the fact that Captain 'G.lim" Hatch and uHal" Monica were lost to the team for a large part of the season because of injuries. Hatch broke his ankle in the first Rhode Island State game, and Monica fractured his wrist in the Lowell Textile engagement. Prospects for next year are very bright, with only one or two men being lost by graduation and many promising freshmen coming up to the varsity. 122 BA KETBALL New Hampshire vs Colby December'13, 1939 Durham New Hampshire opened the season on their home court with Colby College of Waterville, Maine offering the opposition. The game was far too typical of first encounters as both teams played somewhat sluggishly. During the first half the Wildcats seemed to lack coordination and were trailing by three points as the period ended. However, the Durhamites seemed to come to life in the second stanza, and, after handily wiping out this lead, went on to win, 38-27. New Hampshire vs M. I. T. December 15, 1939 Boston, Mass. 'The varsity traveled to Boston to tangle with the Engineers of M.1.T. The team started very slowly and lVI.I.T. jumped into an early lead which it never relinquished. The score at the end of the first half was 20-7 in favor of the Engineers. The second half saw New Hampshire improve greatly and dominate the play, but the handicap was too 1nucl1 to overcome and the game ended with the score 38-28 in favor of lVI.I.T. New Hampshire vs Rhode Island January 4, 1940 Kingston, R. Il The Wildcats journeyed to Kingston to meet the Rams of Rhode Island in a wide- "SPARKY" ADAMS open, free-scoring contest. The game was very roughly played and many penalties were called on both teams. This was a tragic game for the Wildcats because Captain Hatch broke a bone in his ankle, putting him out of action for the remainder of the season. The final score was the highest ever made by New Hampshire and the highest total ever scored against the Swaseymen. Rhode Island was too much for New Hampshire, and won 89-70. New Hampshire vs Tufts January 6, 1940 Durham The men from Tufts came here with a strong team of veterans led by Captain Gibbs, a .stellar player and a leader of no mean ability. The height of the Jumbos and their exceptional ability enabled them to take a comfortable lead early in the game, and this lead was never seriously threatened by the game Wildcats. One of the factors which marred the chances of the home team was their failure to capitalize on foul shots. The game ended with the Medfordites leading with a 47-38 score. New Hampshire vs Boston University January 10, 1940 Durham The New Hampshire team improved greatly in this game, and showed that there was still a great deal of power and fight left in the old itrfl f ,,, ' Q pa :Q Q i fi, '7 -we ,xr 1 if l ii i 45 9, ' Lou CRYANS 755.3 X V. . .4 I, X11 icat. The home team played unusually aggres- sive ball and forced the issue throughout the entire engagement. At the end of the half the Wildcats led by a point, but in spite of this slight margin and fight, the team from Boston came back strong in the second half to win by a score of 41-35. New Hampshire vs Connecticut January 13, 1940 Storrs, Conn. In Connecticut, New Hampshire met the best-balanced club so far in the campaign. The outcome was never in doubt as New I-lampshire was placed at a complete dis- advantage by the height and teamwork of the NutI11CggC1'S. New Hampshire lost the services of Philip Hodgdon temporarily when he frac- tured a finger. The boys fought hard but finished at the short end of a 66-36 score. New Hampshire vs Bates January 16, 1940 Lewiston, Maine New Hampshire opened its annual Maine invasion with Bates, losing 47-37. 6'Sparky" Adams received a scalp injury in this con- test but was immediately attended to by the Bates physician. The varsity outplayed Bates in the first half and led 19-17 at halftime. ln the second half, Bates came back with a rush, and took advantage of every break to win o11t. New Hampshire vs Maine January 17, 1940 Orono, Maine One of the most potent thrusts of the sea- son was made when the varsity club took the floor at Orono, Maine. Evidently the Maine boys were not able to ulick their weight in Wildcats" because, in spite of having the ad- vantage of size on the Durhamites, they were unable to hold the lead after the first First Row: Cryans, Monica, Adams, Hatch, Griffiths, Flaherty, Plante, Hall. Second Row: Pinks, Wood, Stevens, Hodgdon, Judkins. Third Row: Barkin, Zidovsky, McLeod, Coach Swasey. few minutes of play. So the boys who had traveled into the wilds of Maine brought the bacon in the form of a 55-39 victory. 1 New Hampshire vs Northeastern February 4, 1940 Durham Playing before a large Carnival audience, the Wildcats took Northeastern into camp by a score of 53L36. The team outplayed North- eastern entirely and led by ten points at the end of the half. After the intermission, they came out and dominated the play entirely and went on to Win their fourth victory of the season. New Hampshire vs Alumni February 6, 1940 Durham The varsity entertained an Alumni team before a fairly large crowd and barely edged the former stars, 44-43. The game was fea- tured by the sharp shooting of Walker of the Grads who piled up a total of 22 points. The under-grads led by a margin of six points at half time, but the Alumni came back strong and pressed the varsity to the limit, falling only one point short of victory. New Hampshire vs Connecticut February 9, 1940 Durham Before a capacity crowd, New Hampshire put on the best exhibition of basketball shown thus far in the campaign. Battling against overwhelming odds the boys astonished the uMATT,, FLAHERTY 1 HENRY SWASEY Coach audience by matching basket for basket and leading 24-22 at the half. In the second half, however, Connecticut put the pressure on and overtook the Yvildcats, winning 50-46. The game was featured by tl1e shooting of Donnelly of Connecticut and Flaherty of New Hampshire. P New Hampshire vs Northeastern February 10, 1940 Boston, Mass. After jumping into an early lead which they held until halftime, the Varsity dropped a 46-38 decision to the Huskies of North- eastern. New Hampshire dominated the play during the first half and was leading at the gun 26-22. In the second half Northeastern came back like a ahouse afire", and taking advantage of the sluggish play of the Wild- s cats, overtook them to win by eight points. Gleason of the Huskies led 'the scoring with a total of 18 markers, closely followed by Cryans of New Hampshire with 17 points. New Hampshire vs Lowell Textile February 13, 1940 Durham Returning home to engage Lowell Textile, New Hampshire completely outclassed the boys from the spindle city and won an easy victory by a score of 51-31. Coach Swasey used almost every man on his squad in this en- counter. The victory proved costly, however as New Hampshire lost the services of its stellar guard, 4'Hal" Monica. '6Hal" fractured his wrist in a play under the basket. New Hampshire led 25-12 at half-time and in- creased its lead during the second half with Lou Cryans leading the scoring with 14 points. "Lou" Cryans leading the scoring with 14 points. New Hampshire vs Springfield February 17, 1940 Durham The Springfield Gymnasts came here very highly favored to win, but had to be content with a two point verdict. The final score was Springfield, 48, New Hampshire, 46. Spring- field used very rough tactics throughout the first half and they were leading 31-28 at the gun. The Wildcats came back, but in the closing minutes of play the visitors were able to overtake the home boys to win by two points. Redding of Springfield led the scoring with 12 tallies, closely followed by Cryans of New Hampshire with 11. New Hampshire vs Rhode lsland February 21, 1940 8 Durham In a free scoring game, the Rams of Rhode lsland buried New Hampshire by a score of 87-59, New Hampshire tried to match Rhode lsland basket for basket, but the Rams were far more accurate than the Wildcats and won going away. For a time New Hampshire kept pace and at one place was one point behind, but that was the closest the Durhamites ever got. At the end of the first half, Rhode lsland led 41-31. The Rams were too much for New Hampshire and pulled away for a comfortable lead which was never in danger. The game was featured by the marvelous shooting of the visitors with Conley of Rhode lsland leading the scoring with a total of 28 points. '6Toot", Plante led the New Hampshire at- tack with 15 tallies. New Hampshire vs Maine February 24, 1940 Durham This was the final game of the season and it was played during the annual interscho- lastic basketball tournament. New Hampshire jumped into an early lead which was never relinquished. The Wildcats piled up a one- sided score during the first half and led 30-13 but Maine came back strong and nearly over- took the locals. uLou" Cryans was the high scorer of the afternoon with 12 of the 44 points which New Hampshire scored against the 3'7 of Maine. Date Dee 13 Dec 15 Jan. 4 Jan. 6 Jan, 10 Jan. 13 Jan. 16 Jan. 17 Feb. 4 Feb 6 Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb 9 10 13 17 21 24 A mann air 'nm smsow Opponent Colby M.I.T. Rhode Island Tufts Boston University W Conn. State Bates Maine Northeastern . Alumni Conn. State Northeastern Lowell Textile Springfield Rhode Island Maine ' Place Durham Boston Kingston Durham Durham Storrs Lewiston Orono Durham Durham Durham Boston Durham Durham Durham Durham Score OPP 27 38 89 47 41 66 47 39 36 43 50 46 31 43 . 87 37 VAR l'l'Y WI 'I' R TM K Captain Coach Manager Veterans of Foreign Wars Meet R January 13, 1940 Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. With only a two week training period be- hind them in comparison with teams that had been training since early in November, the twenty University of New Hampshire track- men who competed in the Veterans of Foreign Wars Meet at the Garden presented a highly creditable performance. ,, 4'Ted" Underwood failed to retain his New England Intercollegiate Steeplechase cham- pionship title that he won last year. Frank Wright succeeded in winning the trial in the 50 yard dash competition, but was edged out by the winner of the next heat. Warren Jones ran a smart race in the 1000 yard run and finished a close second to the winner. The rest of the boys although doing there best lacked sufficient practice to run their fastest times. New Hampshire vs Tufts College February 3, 1940 Medford, Mass. ln a dual meet featured by the individual performances of Captain Frank Wright and FRANK WRIGHT PAUL SWEET CARLTON BROWN WLarry" Stewart, New Hampshire stars, and "Bill" Hall, speedy Tufts dash man, the Wild- cats defeated the .lumbos 55-1X3 to 39-2f3'. Wright won both the 50 and 300 yard dashes, while Stewart came through with a new record in the broad jump, and a second and third in the 50 and 300 yard dashes, respec- tively. Little Warren .lones lost a close race to Atkinson of Tufts, in the mile event. The meet was run off on the indoor track in Cousen's Field House. Harvard Shot Put and Weight Events Meet February 10, 1940 Cambridge, Mass. While the Varsity relay team was compet- ing in the B.A.A. games in the Boston Garden, the New Hampshire weight men were entered in Harvard's Shot Put and Weight Events Meet in Cambridge. Four Wildcat contestants made the trip, uBob" Prescott, 'Qlohnnyw Kew, '6Dick" Nellson, '6Charlie" Marsh. '4Bob" and '4Charlie" were entered in the shotput, while "Dick" and G'Johnny" competed in the weight event. A throw of 38'109A" put Prescott up in 14th place, with '6Charlie" landing in the 17th place with a toss of 37'2VZ". Nellson took First Row: Crooks, Elliot, Piecewicz, F. A. Ayer, Underwood, Wright, Stewart, Sheahan, Jones, Nellson. Second Row: Sweet, Kimball, Sandusky, Marsh, Honkola, Prescott, Blythe, Mullen, Cannell, Rogers, Styles, Brown. Captain FRANK WRIGHT the 11th spot in the 315 lb. weight with a heave of 42' 9321" . ulohnnyi' iKew, with a throw of 36' rested in the 16th position. The boys, although not winning any places higher than 11th, did fairly well considering the huge field and the type of competition they had to face. B.A.A. Games February 10, 1940 Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. The Varsity Relay Team traveled to Boston to take part in the annual B.A.A. Games held in the Boston Garden. The team did not come up to expectations in that they were unsuc- cessful in capturing a first place in their event. The best that the boys could do was a dis- appointing third to Bates and Middlebury. The team was unfortunate in having two of the first team members laid up with injuries. The places of the injured members were taken by the alternates that' accompanied the team to the event. As is so often the case, ,the efforts of the inexperienced men were not good enough to "bring home the baconn. University of New Hampshire vs University of Maine February 17, 1940 Orono, Maine In the closest meet of the season, the New Hampshire track forces defeated the Uni- versity of Maine, 60-57. uLarry" Stewart cop- ped first places in the 300 yard run, and the broad-jump, and a second place in the 70 yard dash. Underwood ran a heady two mile race, while '6Jonesie" came through with a second place to Maine's "Don" Smith in the mile and 1000 yard run. uMike" Piecewicz ,did a good job, garnering a second in the 45 yard high hurdles, a first in the 100 yard low hurdles, and a fifth in the 300 yard run. The 300 yard event was what won the meet, as New Hampshire swept all nine points. University of New Hampshire vs Colby College March 2, 1940 Waterville, Maine It took the last meet of his final year in college to give 6'Dick" Nellson the "some- thing extra" needed to win his event, the 35 pound weight toss. "Dick", has been a con- sistent point winner for the Blue and White, but has never before felt the thrill of winning a first place. In meeting the Colby Mules at Waterville, the Wildcat forces closed their winter track season with a smashing 67M to 40VZ win. "Ted" Underwood won his specialty, the two mile run. He was pushed all the way by Colby's '4Bill" Lord, a little fellow barely five feet tall. "Ted" came back strong to take second place in back of Warren Jones in the mile run. New Hampshire swept all three places, in the 600 yard run, as Elliott, Sheahan, and Cannell finished within three seconds of one another. B ' . Captain Coach Manager HE past hockey season was one of the rockiest in recent years here at the Uni- versity as the records show but one victory-in ten starts. However, the records do not always show the true picture. The team was greatly handicapped by losing a majority of its former stars by graduation, thus with few holdovers from the banner 1939 season, and under a new coaching system, that of Coach NTony" Dougal, the boys should not be con- demned too harshly. Then too, the class of teams played by the Wildcats was particularly high. Such star teams as B.C., B.U., and lVI.l.T., who were having exceptionally fine seasons, made the going rather difficult for the unex- perienced Wildcat upuck raggersw. Prospects for next year seem considerably better, as this year's strong freshman club is expected to provide good material to be inter- woven with the sophomores and juniors al- ready on the varsity club. New Hampshire vs Northeastern January 3, 1940 Durham Playing their first game of the season, the Wildcats dropped a hard fought game to the Northeastern Huskies, 4-3. New Hampshire scored early in the first period when 6'Pepper" Martin took a pass from "Bill" Brunel and skated down the center to flip a bullet shot through O'Connor, the Huskies' goalie. With but 28 seconds of play gone and New Hamp- VAR I'l'Y AIHICKEY 2 CAPTAIN WARREN DAVISON WARREN DAVISON ANTHONY DOUGAL WILLIAM MOORE shire already out in front, it looked as though it would be victory number one, but North- eastern thought differently. By the time the third period rolled around, the score was 4-1 in the Huskies' favor. A determined Wildcat rally saw Martin and Richardson sink two goals, but time ran out before another could be netted. With several inexperienced men in the line-up, the New Hampshire teamwork and coordination was weak in comparison with that of tl1e Northeastern sextet. New Hampshire vs Boston University January 9, 1940 Durham In a good fast game, marked by a bit of fisticuffs, the sextet from Boston University completely overwhelmed the University of New Hampshire's hockey forces by a score of 9-1. Led by Conaty and Chambers, the Ter- riers opened up a six goal lead before "Cocky" Randall at 15:01 of the last period, was able to drill one past the B.U. goalie for New Hampshire's one and only score. The game was played at night in zero temperature, the weather seemed to slow down the Wildcat players, but, as the score shows, it had little effect on tl1e Boston lads. The game clearly showed that the Wildcats had not had quite time enough-to polish up their offensive weapons, while B.U., having had the opportunity to practice on an indoor arena, displayed a fast coordinated attack. New Hampshire vs Colby College January 11, 1940 Durham Playing one of the best games of the entire season, the Wildcats dropped their third game in a row, this time to a hard fighting aggregation from Colby. Playing purely de- fensive hockey all through the first period, neither team was able to push through an opening goal. In the second period, things started off with a bang. At 9:10 MArtie" Carl- son on a solo rush from center ice succeeded in blasting the puck past Loring, the lVlule's goalie. Carl Randall, after some fancy skating, took a pass from Davison, in front of the goal and netted the second New Hampshire goal. It really looked as though the 'Cats were on their way to their first win of tl1e season when once again Randall and Davison brought the puck up to the Mule cage and passed to MAI" Roper who fired the third New Hampshire counter. With the score three to nothing against them, the Mules began to put on the heat. uliayi' F ortin, by far the best man on the ice all afternoon, started off by soloing in from center ice and drilling the first Colby score by goalie Wentzell. The next eight minutes saw New Hampshire's lead blown to bits as the Mules scoredthree more goals to cop the encounter. New Hampshire vs lVl.1.T. January 19, 1940 Durham The engineers from lV1.1fT. gave New Hamp- shire its fourth straight set-back in four at- tempts as they took a 4-2 victory back to Boston with them. The Wfildcats, in search of their first win of the season, opened strong- ly when Randall on an assist from Davison 94PEP" MARTIN J ACK WENTZELL 4,0 - .ciplwixsi ng 2 shot the puck into the M.1.T. cage for the opening score at 16:01 of the first period. Two minutes later, however, Browning of M.I.T. shot in the equalizer. uBig Bill" Kaneb, Browning's wing-mate, got one by Wentzell shortly after the opening of the second period, a few minutes later Browning again accomplished this feat to give the Tech. team a two goal lead. '4Bob" Quinn, Wildcat wing- man, opened the third period by netting a shot that brought New Hampshire within one point of the Boston club, but, not to be denied, Kaneb came back with a stiff backhand shot that sewed up the game. This was one of the best games that the 'Cats had played up to this time, and the boys were really beginning to show a bit of class. New Hampshire vs Boston College February 3, 1940 Durham As a special treat for all the Carnival folk who liked hockey, the Boston College puck- sters traveled to Durham to act in the role of guests in New Hampshire's fifth try for a win. Playing the best game of the season the Wild- cats held the victory crazy Boston club to six goals while they themselves picked up one. Although the home team had been without practice for a week, they gave a good account of themselves. The B.C. boys shot home four goals in the first period while New Hampshire dented the net once. The second and third periods saw but one goal each made for the Eagles. Du- mont and Chaisson were the high scorers for the Boston club, Dumont getting three goals and two assists, and Chaisson, two goals and three assists. New Hampshire vs Northeastern February 6, 1940 Boston, Mass. ln the second meeting of the year North- eastern again took the Wildcats into camp this time at the Boston Arena, with a score of three goals to two. '6Pepper" Martin started things oil' well by drilling a shot by the Northeastern goalie 21 seconds after the open- ing of the game. Bracken, speedy wingman for the Huskies, came right back with a counter two minutes later on an assist from Chipman. '4Bob" Allard, with the help of Richardson, netted the second New Hamp- shire goal, but Chipman at the close of the period pushed one by Wentzell to even the score. Shortly after tl1e opening of the second stanza, Bracken made what later p1'oved to be the winning margin when he feinted Went- zell out of position and then shoved the puck by him. This was the sixth game of the year, and still the Wildcats had yet to score their first victory. V New Hampshire vs Boston College February 13, 1940 Boston, Mass. As the guest of the league leading Boston College pucksters in the Hub City, the 'Cats lost their seventh straight game, 10-2. The B.C. usteam-roller on skates" got off to a fast start and was never headed. '4W'arrie" Davison scored the first New Hampshire tally unas- sisted after five minutes of playing time had elapsed. The 'Cats second and last goal was netted by Conway on an assist by Richardson late in the last stanza. "Ray" Chaisson, who finished the season as high scorer in the league, netted four goals and made two as- sists to set himself up as high scorer for the game. Dumont, Chaisson's wing-mate, rang up two goals and one assist to aid B.C.'s cause. The officials stated after the game that it was one of the cleanest games in which they had ever officiated. Only one penalty was in- iiicted during the whole evening as Mee, B.C. defense man, was sent to the box for cross- checking in the last period. , New Hampshire vs Middlebury February 15, 1940 Middlebury, Vt. New Hampshire's first win in the New Eng- land Intercollegiate Hockey league was chalk- ed up at the expense of the Panthers of Mid- dlebury by a score of 5-2. The rugged body First Row: Wentzell, Richardson, Randall, A. Carlson, Davison, Roper, Martin, Nugent. Second Row: Moore, Rudd, Quinn, Hooper, Allard, Conway, E. Carlson, Dougal. checking and hard, fast skating of the Wild- cat sextet completely dominated the fray. The smoothly coordinated New Hampshire forwards were a beautiful sight to behold as they skated rings around the Panther for- wards. New Hampshire scored once in the first and twice in the second stanza. By this previous scoring New Hampshire went into the last frame with a very comfortable lead. In this game, however, the Wildcats overcame their last period jinx by holding onto their advantage to the end. A first period injury to "Freddy" Bates, the Panther star rightwinger, cut down the effici- ency of the Middlebury attack. The two goals that they scored were made by '6Bill" Wyman in the third period. New Hampshire con- tinued its scoring spree in tl1e third period by adding two more markers for a total of five goals for the game. Goalie "Jack" Wentzell must be given a great deal of credit for the vic- tory, for he turned in one of the best games of l1is career in turning back try after try of tl1e speedy Middlebury forwards. New Hampshire vs M.1.T. February 20, 1940 Boston, Mass. Beating Middlebury seemed to be too much for the Wildcats to stand, so they slipped right back into the rut and lost their eighth game in nine starts when the M.1.T. engineers handed them a 4-1 lacing at the Boston Arena. As a result, the team sank still farther into the cellar of the New England League-in fact they hit bottom pretty hard. The Tech. boys went to work in the first period and scored twice, both .tallies being made by Kaneb, the star right winger of the M.1.T. team. Shortly after the opening of the final stanza the red light blinked for the New Hampshire sextet when '4Cocky" Randall drilled in the first, last, and only Wildcat goal. New Hampshire vs Boston University February 27, 1940 Boston, Mass. The final game of the '39-,40 hockey season was played at the Boston Arena when Boston University triumphed over the Wildcats 5-1. The game was featured by the B.U. first line trio of Chambers, Hall, and Brown. These boys gave Wentzell a busy evening at the net. Hlackv did a good job of turning back the shots, but you can't stop them all. The first period was hard fought, but the Terriers finally broke. through to score at 15:08 after Richardson of B.U. took a crease- edge pass to beat VVentzell. The remainder of the period was scoreless. In the second period the Boston team put on the pressure to score three goals and sew up the game. Hall netted two goals as the period opened and Brown sank another at 18:01. The final period saw each team tally once. Elliot, Terrier defense man dented the strings for his team and c'Artie" Carlson kept the Wildcats from being shut out by getting a shot by the B.U. goalie from mid-ice at 18:18. s Coach JOHN CONROY A First Row: Leavitt, Garvey, Greer, Morse, Lider. Second Row: Conroy, Carling, Heath Weln Pilfard, Willgeroth, Wilson, Davison, Kimball. VAR l'l'Y TENNI TEAM Coach JOHN CONROY Manager MELVIN KIMBALL Captain SOLOMON LEAVITT HE reappearance of the varsity team on the campus after a nine year lay-off was enthusiastically acclaimed hy players and spectators alike. Using Leavitt, Carling, Piifard, and Garvey as a nucleus, Coach Conroy suc- ceeded in moulding a good and successful team. The development of George Wilson, Milton Lider, MBil1" Greer, and "Al" Davidson was a great factor in the teams success. "Al" Carling, uCl1ar1ie" Pilfard and W'i1son still have one more season and much can he expected of them. April 20 University of Maine at Durham Score: N. H. 5-Maine 4 April 29 Bowdoin at Durham Score: N. H. 4-Bowdoin 2 May 5 Connecticut State at Storrs Score: N. H. 4--Connecticut 5 May 6 Rhode Island at Kingston Score: N. H. 4?Rhode Island 5 May 13 Boston University at Durham Score: N. H. 7--B. U. 2 May 18 Bates College at Lewiston Score: N. H. 7-Bates 2 May 19 Colby at Waterville Score: N. H. 5--Colby 4 May 20 University of Maine Score: N. H. 6-Maine 3' 134 First Row: Openshaw, Hardy, Goertz, Prindle, Laramie, Richardson, Smith. Second Row: Johnson, Martin, Maclntyre, Coombs, Oakman, Richardson, Wayne, Clark, Worcester. Third Row: Keegan, Cricenti,sTurner, Hill, Duff. A VAR l'l'Y RIFLE TEAM Captain CONRAD GOERTZ Coach MAJOR GEORGE L. PRINDLE Manager GEoRcE LARAMIE Date .l an. J an. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Mar Feb. Mar Mar. 5, 12, 9, 16, 17, 23', 1 23, 3, 16, 9 9 9 40 40 40 40 '40 '40 '40 '40 '40 '40 Opponent Lowell Textile at Lowell Bowdoin at Durham Maine Postal Match Northeastern Postal Matcli M.I.T. 5 at M.1.T. Boston University at Boston Lowell Textile at Durham Northeastern at Boston Bowdoin Postal Match Boston University is 'F at Durham N. H. 884 895 1630 906 1366 910 "925 906 908 901 Opp. 833 696 1638 866 1343. 864 848 870 826 802 " New range record for shoulder to shoulder match. 135 Captain CONRAD GOERTZ FRE HMA IIIICKEY C oach JOHN FABELLO Captain DONALD PERKINS Manager PHILIP DUNLAP Score Date Opponent N. H. Opp J an. 3 Northeastern Frosh 2 2 Durham Jan. 9 Boston University Frosh 7 1 Durham Jan. 12 Hebron fcancelledj Jan. 13 Exeter fcancelledj Jan. 17 Lawrence Academy 6 0 Durham J an. 20 Tilton rSchoo1 4 0 Tilton Feb. 7 New Hampton fcancelledl Feb. 9 Bridgton Academy 2 2 Durham First Row: Perkins, Reed, Moore, Lanyon, Begin, Sakoian, Paquin. Second Row: Dunlap Mgr., Brady, Clark, Foster, Singlteon, 0'Kane, Boudette, Horton, Roger, Field, Coach F abello 136 Date Jan. 13 Feb. Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 22 FRE IIMAN WI TER TRACK Coach PAUL SWEET Captain ALFRED HAAS Manager ALPHONSE LUCIER Score Opponent N. H. Opp. N. H. lost Veterans of Foreign Wars Meet Boston Tufts 57 19 Medford Exeter ZLLMZ 61Mz Exeter . Portsmouth High 64M 12M Durham N. H. won Special relay vs Bridgton, Hebron, and St. .lohn's Portland First Row: Whittemo1'e, Sleeper, H. Johnson, Davis, Lowry, Hamlin, Emmons, French, Ekman, Adams, Sanford. Second Row: Sweet, Pearson, Sanne, Dimartino, Sullivan, Smith, Harkinson Kemp, Stebbins, Dowd, Lucier. 137 WI TER POR'lX Coach EDWARD BLOOD Captain RAYMOND WHITCHER Manager RAYMOND O"CONNOR ITH a record of one first place, one second, and a pair of thirds, the New Hampshire Winter sports team for 1939-40 enjoyed one of the most successful seasons in the history of the University. Starting off with a victory in the New Hampshire VV inter Carnival, the Wildcats went on to place third to Dartmouth and McGill in the Dartmouth carnival, then trailed Dartmouth to a close second 'in the Middlebury carnival, and ended up the season well by coming in third behind Dartmouth and McGill in the l.S.U. meet, held at Nor- wich. The team this year was captained by allay" Whitcher, veteran senior skiier, and was coached by "Ed" Blood, former Olympic star. Despite the fact that Middlebury was ex- pected to be the big noise in eastern skiing this year, because of such men as "Eddie" Gignac, the New Hampshire team finished well ahead of the Vermont boys in every meet. With such proven stalwarts as "4Dick" Snowman, Captain 'Whitcher, Paul Townsend, and Bob Clark finishing well up in each event, '4Ed" BloOd's charges had only Dart- mouth to contend with for tl1e honors in regional competition. Bill Keough, diminu- tive freshman, was the discovery of the sea- son, and gained many valuable points for the Wearers of the Blue and White. With only Captain Whitcller graduating this June, the large number of seasoned performers return- ing to school next fall would indicate that the l940-41 season will be equally successful. February 2nd and 3rd-University of New Hampshire Winter Carnival, at Durham, N. H. The Wildcats got off to a flying start by winning an impressive victory Over a strong field in the home meet, held under poor snow conditions. The New Hampshire score of 477.6 was far ahead of the closest rival, Dartmouth, who got a score of 454.5. Maine was third First Row: O'Connor, Bennett, Seymour, Peabody, Whitcher, Townsend, Clark, Ellis, Noury, Blood. Second Row: Stoney, Middleton, Brown, Wolcott, Lobell, Doyle, Costello, Keough, DesRoche, Worcester, Fancy, Butler. Third Row: Gaw, Robbins, Cowan, Rogers, Stackpole, Paulsen, Ewing, Carter, Hassett, Smith, Flint, Martin, Cochran. with 446.6, with Middlebury scoring 442.4 'points for fourth. Middlebury's '6Ed" Gignac was the individual star of the meet with firsts in the Downhill and Jumping, a seventh in the slalom, and a thirteenth in the combined event. For New Hampshire, 44Bi11" Keough, with a fourth in the cross-country, a second in the Downhill, a third in the Jump, and first place in the Combined events, led his teammates on to Victory. February 9th and 10th-Dartmouth Carnival at Hanover, N. H. The second meet of the season saw the Wildcats place a creditable third at Dart- mouth, behind the Indians, who had a total score of 486.7, and McGill, with 468.2. The New Hampshire score of 455.8 was more than fifty points ahead of the fourth place-winner, Harvard. The going was close all the way, with 6'Ed" Blood's skiers finishing second in the Downhill, third in the Cross-country, third in the Slalom, third in the Jumping, and second in the Combined event. For Dart- mouth, '5Percy" Hideout stood out with vic- tories in the Cross-country and Combined, while '6Ed" Gignac of Middlebury took first in the Jump. HBob" Clark sped to New Hamp- shire's lone victory, this coming in the Down- hill event. A well-balanced performance in all events enabled New Hampshire to finish as high up as it did. February 16th and l7th-Middle- bury Carnival at Middlebury, Vermont 'With McGill noticompeting, the Wildcats totaled 480.99 points in the Middlebury Carnival to place second to Dartmouth, who won the meet with a total of 485.27. Middle- bury was third with a score of 46l.69, while Norwich came in fourth with a total of 422.93. In the team scores, New Hamp- shire took first place in the Jumping, second in the Downhill, Cross-country and Com- bined event, and third in the Slalom. Again, it was Hideout who starred with victories in the Cross-country and Combined, while McLane won the Slalom, Gignac topped the field in the Jumping, and Clark repeated his performance at Dartmouth by capturing the Downhill. Second places in the Jumping and Combined events by "Bill" Keough con- tributed largely to the New Hampshire suc- cess. February 23rd and 24th-l.S.U. Meet at Norwich Carnival, Northfield, Vermont Again it was Dartmouth and McGill who took the honors as the Wildcats completed their regular season by finishing third in the Norwich Carnival. Dartmouth made a total score of 493.2, with McGill taking 467.2 points, and New Hampshire coming close be- hind with 45l.5. Middlebury was fourth with 435.l. McLane again won victories for Dart- mouth in the Cross-country and Combined events, while Gignac was defeated for the first time in the Jumping by Simpter of Dart- mouth. The Slalom was won by Skinner, also of Dartmouth. With a fifth in the Combined event, a tenth place in the Jumping, ninth in the Slalom and thirteenth in the Cross- country, '6Bill" Keough was again outstand- ing for the Wildcats. A tenth in the Cross- country by New Hampshire's 6'Dick" Snow- man, and G'Bob" Clark's eighth place in the Slalom aided the Wildcats considerably. VAR I'l'Y BA EBALL Coach HENRY C. SWASEY Captain JOHN H. DECKER Manager ROBERT Y. SINCLAIR April 24-Colby at Durham Score: N . H. 11-Colby 1 In the first game of the 1939 baseball season the Wildcats decisively defeated the visiting Colby team, 11-1 in a six inning game called on account of rain. The pre-season practice afforded by the new cage made the New Hampshire nine look good in-spite of the muddy playing field. Roper and Hayden, pitching for the home team, held the Mules to two hits while their teammates pounded the opposing hurlers for 11 hits and as many runs. '6Sam" Clark and fflackn Hersey paced the Swaseymen's attack with two hits each. April 29-New Hampshire at Boston Score: N . H. 12-Northeastern 4 Playing on a smooth diamond in the New Hampshire baseball forces t ly beat the fighting Northeastern aggrega 12-4. After a wild start, which saw both make numerous errors, the W down and had decidedly the up HAI" Roper pitched the entire the visitors and was heavy three bingles. ln spite of four White was never in danger lue and GGACED9 PARKER HAL" ROPER at Boston May 4-N Score: re 3- University 4 Field in Weston, Massa- highly successful New Hamp- shire team suffered its first defeat of the bowing to a strong Boston Uni- 4-3. The Wildcats outhit their seven to five, but they could not their hits to produce the winning This defeat might bepartly charged sloppy fielding on the part of the Swasey- men, in that they made no less than five errors during the course of the game. May 5-New Hampshire at Storrs Score: New Hampshire 1- Connecticut State 4 Playing a hard-hitting Connecticut State team in the second game of a trip through southern New England, the Wildcats dropped as well-played game to the Nutmeggers, 4-1. The home team, hitting in the pinches, socked out nine of Boper's offerings for hits and accumulated four runs. New Hampshire got seven hits, two by Clark, but were unable to make them count for runs. May 6-New Hampshire at Kingston Score: N. H. 2-Rhode Island State 3 it ,i wnn:fauumuuanmfummami behind and win the game 3-2. New Hampshire dominated the play of the contest up until this point when the Rams got several hits i 'l 'W EF" 'U My I I Swaseymen outhit their opponents, but were unable to come through at the proper time with run producing hits. Little G'Lou" Cryans was the big sticker for the Blue and White cause with two bingles. May 8-Maine at New Hampshire Score: N. H. 9--University of Maine 0 Back home after an unsuccessful journey into enemy territory, the local lads shut out the visiting Maine team, 9-0. The Bears could get only three scattered hits off filled" Hay- den, the New Hampshire pitcher, while his GGBUCK99 JORDAN paw. He held the opp to only four hits and rang up the gra J 'l of thirteen strike- outs in the procesxi uw C1-yang and Carr XXT each got a r the only extra base knocks of the team-mates hit well, and at the right times I to score the big total of runs. Hayden aided his own cause by getting two hits. M - - . -Connecticut State X . . .d i at Durham May 10-American International Afxglxh - at Durham Sco s . H. 3-Connecticut State l S 0 i ' Score :N. H. Amerlcan . Cold, cloudy, windy Mother's Day the International 2 ampshire squad avenged a previous at the hands of the Nutmeggers and In a one-sided game played at Lewis Field K ed out a 3-1 win. All of the home team's at Durham the New Hampshire diamond were scored in the fourth and fifth riors scored a decisive victory over the innings while the visitor's lone tally came in ican International club. The New the second. uBuck" Jordan pitched a great boys Scored ten runs on ten hits and .game holding the highly-touted Connecticut their opponents to only two nine to three hits. One of the largest baseball game was featured by the superb of crowds of the year was on hand to witness "Al" Roper, stellar New the New Hampshire victory. ..x May 15-New Hampshire at Orono , ' - Score. N. H. 18-University of Maine 0 . Scoring ten runs in the first inning the New Hampshire aggregation again defeated a weak Maine team 18-0. HAI" Roper again turned in a stellar performance in limiting the Maine Bears to only one hit. His mates provided him ,,GJACK,, with excellent support in banging out eighteen HERSEY hits 'off three Maine hurlers. uLou" Cryans led the Wildcat hitting spree in lacing out four hits in six trips to the platter. Roper and Hersey each contributed three bingles. The New Hampshire fielding was perfect in , l HENRY SWASEY Coach that no errors were charged against them. First baseman uWin" Merrill provided the most exciting offensive thrust with a home run within the park. ' May 17-New Hampshire at Lowell Score: N. H. 13-Lowell Textile 3 On a diamond which was in very poor con- dition, the invading Wildcats .made eighteen hits to four for the Textile boys and scored an impressive 13-3 victory. The visitors were in command of the play throughout and were never threatened by the home team. Carey and Leary each hit a triple to aid the New Hampshire cause. The Wildcats finished strong, tallying five runs in their half of the ninth inning. Hersey and Cryans were again the big stickmen with three hits apiece. May 19-New Hampshire at Amherst Score: N. H. 4-Mass. State College 0 4'Buck" Jordan, who with catcher 'flackn Hersey was named as the all-league battery, pitched another great game as he held the scrappy Mass. State team to five hits and no runs while the New Hampshire crew was col- lecting nine hits and four runs off' Twyble of the home team. Leary and Hersey each poled a three base hit for the Wildcats, while Carey and Jordan each gotxa double. This game was the third and last shut-out registered by the New Hampshire club during the season. May 24-Northeastern at Durham Score: N. H. 2-Northeastern 5 In a game played on an extremely wet field, the New Hampshire nine suffered a defeat at First Row: Swasey, 0'Brien, MacDonald, Cryans. Second Row: Merrill, Parker, Plante., Adams, Carey, Decker, Hersey. Third Row: Graham, Leary, Hayden, Clark, Johnson, Jordan. Fourth Row: Coach Swasey, Roper, Noseck, Wilson, Horne, Hickin, Sinclair. the hands of the Northeastern Huskies. While the Wildcats excelled at bat, they could do very little afield as they committed no less than five miscues. The inability to handle the elusive pill on the wet field cost them the victory. The Wildcat hitters, paced by Decker and Leary, had little trouble in solving Gibson, the opposing hurler, but they could not hunch their hits to produce tallies. May 26--Harvard at Durham Score: N. H. I--Harvard 6 A game New Hampshire outfit went down to defeat at the hands of the Crimson nine from Harvard by a score of 6-1. The New Hampshire boys played at a disadvantage all afternoon because of the wildness of "Lefty Al" Roper, Wildcat hurler. Although he limited the Crimson clouters to only four blows, he allowed the Harvard boys a total of thirteen walks. This kept the New Hamp- shire boys in trouble all during the game. Lupien, the great Harvard first baseman, was limited to only one hit. May 27-Rhode Island .State at Durham X Score: N. H. I-Rhode Island State 2 The next to last home game of the season was the only extra-inning contest played dur- From the bleachers At Brackett Field ing the schedule. In a free-hitting game in which -both teams had difficulty in scoring, the visiting Rhode Island Rams edged the Wildcats 2-I in ll frames. The Rams got 13 hits off Jordan, who had his poorest day of the year, while New Hampshire team col- lected eight bingles. The Wildcat infielders executed four double plays to hold their opponents in check,- but in the extra innings the Rhode Island team pushed across the winning run. ' June I0-Boston College at Durham Score: N. H. 2-Boston College 3 After a lay-off of two weeks because of final examinations, the Wildcats played host to the Boston College nine on Brackett Field before an Alumni Day crowd, in the last game of the l939 season. This was perhaps the closest game the New Hampshire boys played all season. The Eagles got eight hits for a total of three runs, from Roper and Jordan, who shared the mound duties for the Swasey- men, while the Wildcats collected seven bingles and one less run to lose the fray, 3-2. The outcome was in question throughout the contest and in the last half of the ninth inning three New Hampshire men got on base when there was but one out, but they were unable to push across the tying or winning runs. First Row: Blood, Wright, Stewart, McCaffrey, Bishop, Tabh, Jennison, Abbott, Maillard, F. A. Ayer, Sweet. Second Row: Lufkin, Brown, Honkala, Onnela, Keadin, Flaherty, Crook, Lang, Snowman, Mather, Pickett. Third Row: F. H. Ayer, Jones, Piecewicz, Johnson, Kew, Elliott, Bishop, Wfolcott, Kirk, Lampson, Sanduski. TRACK Coach PAUL C. SWEET Asst. Coach EDWARD J. BLoon Manager WILEY J. PICKETT Co-Captains ARTHUR D. BISHOP, DONALD C. TABB N winning two dual meets, and losing two, the 1939 track team enjoyed a fairly suc- cessful season. The Wildcats, coached by veteran coach Paul Sweet, decisively defeated Northeastern and Springfield, while losing to powerful Brown and Rhode Island State. Probably the outstanding contest of the sea- son, from the spectators' point of view, was the N.E.I.C.A.A.A. meet, held here in Dur- ham, which provided the Wildcats with an opportunity to play hosts to the foremost trackmen in New England. ' The 1939 team was captained by "Art" Bishop, star two-miler, and "Don" Tabb, rugged sprinter. The team was largely made up of juniors and sophomores, who, when they become more experienced, should pro- Vide Coach Sweet with the foundations for a great squad. Heading the list of men who are expected to be stand-outs on the 1940 squad are 4'Matt" Flaherty, star weight-heaverg '6Lar- ry" Stewart, uBoh,' Lang, Frank Wright, '6Will" Crook, and 4'Ted" Sheehan, sprintersg 6'Ted" Underwood, J ack Kirk, Warren J ones, 'GDick', Snowman, H1-Ial" Jennison, George Mc. Caifrey, and 4'Fred" Honkala, two-milers and milers, the Ayer twins, "Bud" Keadin, and 44Mike" Piecewicz, hurdlersg Frank Wright, and alloy" Elliot, Quarter-milersg and '4SteVe" Lampson, "Burt', Mitchell, uDick" Nellson, and John Kew, of the field events squad. April 26-Brown at Providence Score: N. H. 56-2f3-Br. 82-lf3 The Wildcats started out the season with a defeat at the hands of a strong squad of Brown trackmen, losing hy a 30 point margin. '4Ken" Clapp, nationally-famous Brown sprinter, came out with victories in the 100 yard dash and the 220 yard low hurdles, winning the former in 9.9 seconds. His teammate, John lVlcLaughry, captured both the shot put and hammer throw, in addition to placing third in the discus throw. The only NewiHampshire man able to accomplish much in the field events was "Matt" Flaherty, who took second place in both the hammer and discus throws. Most of the Wildcats' points were in the run- ning events where George McCaffrey captured the mile run, '6Ted" Underwood tied for first in the two mile and took second in the mile, and 'GMike" Piecewicz won the high hurdles and placed second in the ulowsf' New Hamp- shire made a clean sweep of only one event, as uArt" Bishop and Jack Kirk tied with 'GTed" Underwood for a first in the two mile. ' PAUL SWEET C ouch May 6-Northeastern at Durham Score: N. H. 76-lf3- Northeastern 58-2 f 3 A return to the home track saw the team fare much better in administering a decisive licking to Northeastern. Again making a clean sweep in tl1e two mile when Bishop and Kirk led '6Ted" Underwood into the tape, Paul Sweet's boys allowed the Huskies only four .lirst places, as Mascianica sped home out 66MIKE,, PIECEWICZ aNED" .SHEAHAN "TED" UNDERWOOD front in the 440, Lucherby captured the 880, and Wiren and Miles grabbed first in the shot put and high jump, respectively. "Matt', Flaherty led his teammates in scoring vic- tories in the hammer and discus, while plac- ing third in the shot put. Other Wildcats who took multiple honors were 4'Mike" Piecewicz, who romped home first in both hurdle events, and "Larry" Stewart, who earned victories in both the 100 yard dash and the broad jump. '6Don', Tabb's win in the 220, "Burt" Mitchell's triumph in tl1e pole vault, and f'Jim" I,ufkin's first place in the javelin throw completed a bright afternoon for New Hamp- shire. May I3--Rhode Island State at Kingston Score: N. H. 48-B. I. S. 87 Running up against one of the best-bal- anced teams in the East, the Wildcats suffered their worst defeat of the season before the Rhode Island Rams. '6Ted" Underwood con- tinued his fine work by taking first in the two mile, while '6Larry" Stewart was again out- standing with victories 'in the l00 yard dash, and the broad jump, in addition to a second place in the 220. A first place in the 44-0 by '6Skid" Abbott, and '4Matt" F laherty's victory in the hammer throw were the only other New Hampshire bright spots, as Rhode Island ran up a wealtl1 of points in the field events, Co-CAPTAIN 4'DoN" TABB sweeping both the pole vault and high jump, and scoring victories in the 220, the 880, the mile run, and both hurdle events. In the run- ning events, I-Iolt of Rhode Island was im- pressive with first place in both the mile and the 880. May I9, 20-N.E.I.C.A.A.A. at Durham Three association records fell and three others were equalled in a day of keen com- petition as the Rhode Island State squad ran up a total of 29 2X 5 points to capture the New England championship. John McLaughry of Brown, climaxed an impressive season of hammer-throwing by slinging the iron ball over I75 feet to break the record in this event, while his teammate, alien" Clapp was the outstanding performer of the day as he won two events - the 220 yard dash, and the 100 yard dash. Other records were smashed or equalled, as "Dan" Miles of Northeastern topped the bar at six feet, four and lone-half inches, and in the 880 and mile run, which saw f'Don" Smith of Maine tie the records in both events. New Hampshire's only points came as the result of uLarry" Stewart's fourth place in the broad jump, '6Burt" Mitchell's fourth in the high jump, and the other two fourth places which Warren .I ones and "Matt" Flaherty took in the mile run and hammer throw, respectively. The final standings were: Rhode Island 29 2f5, Boston College 23, Holy Cross 23, Maine 22 I X 5, Brown 22, Williams 8, Amherst 7, M.I.T. 6 IXS, New Hampshire 6, North- eastern 6, Tufts 3, Connecticut State 2 If5, Boston University 2, Bowdoin 2, Weslayan 2, W.P.I. I. May 27-Springfield at Durham Score: N. H. 97-2 f3- Springfield 37-I X3 Seeking to atone for their poor showing in the New Englands, the week before, the Wild- 146 " cats thoroughly crushed Springfield in the closing meet of the season. Paul Sweet's charges captured first places in every running event and in all but three of the field events, while making clean sweeps in the 100 yard dash, the mile run, and the high hurdles. Springfield was able to win only the shot put, the javelin throw, and the high jump. A standout for New Hampshire was "Matt" Flaherty, who took both the hammer throw and the discus throw, breaking the school record in the former, while uBob" Lang won the 220 yard dash for the Wildcats and placed second to Frank Wright in the 100 yard dash. Other New Hampshire triumphs were hung up by Warren Jones in the 880, "Skid" Abbott in the 44-0, "Ted" Underwood in the mile, MAN" Bishop and J ack Kirk in the two mile, '6Mike" Piecewicz and 6'Bud,' Keadin in the hurdle events, 'GWally" Mather in the broad jump, and "Steve" Lampson in the high jump. As far as the future is concerned, the out- standing varsity competitors returning to action and a host of promising freshman ex- pected to report to Coach Paul Sweet as soon as the spring thaw makes the Lewis fields track usable. Outstanding among the field events men expected to turn out again next spring is big '4Matt" Flaherty, ace hammer-thrower, who unquestionably ranks with the best in the country as a wielder of the heavy iron ball, in addition to his prowess with the discus and shot put. Other dependables in the field divi- sion are "Dick" Nellson, another dependable weight heaver, and MTom" Johnson, who is steadily improving with the hammer and shot. Coach Sweet is counting on uJim" Lufkin to furnish valuable points with his avelin-throw- ing and broad jumping, while '6Burt" Mitchell will again be the New Hampshire hope in the pole vault. ln the running events, '4Ted" Un- derwood, Harold Underwood, and freshman 4'Bay,' Rivers are counted upon to form a nucleus for tl1e distance crew, with tiny War- ren Jones, who placed for New Hampshire in the New Englands mile run will team up with George McCaffrey over the four-lap grind. For quarter milers, Coach Sweet will have Frank Wright, Boy Elliot, 4'1Vlike" Piecewicz, and several promising men from the 1939 frosh squad. Sprinters will be d1'awn from 6'Bob" Lang, Frank Wright, "Larry" Stewart, "Ned,' Sheehan, and '4Red" Davis, of the 1939 varsity, while such standout freshman as Stacey Clark are expected to improve a great deal over their freshman accomplishments. Little Stacey, star of the 1938 freshman foot- ball team is one of the few New Hampshire sprinters to hit a ten second flat clip in the one hundred yard dash, and he is expected to improve during his later years of compe- tition in college ranks. The broad jump field finds MLarry" Stewart and Him" Lufkin heading the field, while the high jump seems destined to have the usual shortage of capable performers. ln the hurdle events, ulVIike" Piecewicz should be the fore- most competitor for the Blue and White, while the Ayer twins, Francis and Franklin, are included among a field of veteran timber- toppers. Q ' It might not be out of place at this point to direct some thoroughly-deserved praise in the direction of Paul Sweet, veteran track mentor. Unquestionably one of the most popular mem- bers of the coaching staff, Paul has created a tradition during his lengthy years of handling New Hampshire cleat-wearers as a coach who can turn out a presentable team every season, despite the usual dearth of star material which answers his calls for candidates. And there is every reason to expect that the 1940 season will find him carrying out this tradition as in the past. HART" BISHOP First Row: Blood, Koutsotaseos, Richardson, Siprelle, Shultz, Mullen, Houlihan, Sweet Second Row: Richards, Cannell, Marshall, Barnett, Griffiths, Lawrence, Grabowski, Bartlett Third Row: Clark, Harkins, Kimball,Beaudet, Rivers, Stiles, Oakes, Millar. FRE HMA TRACK as Coach PAUL SWEET Assistant Coach ' EDWARD BLOOD Manager KENNETH BARTLETT Captain CARL SIPPRELLE RECORD "g f Score Date Opponent N. H. Opp April 22 Phillips Exeter Academy 51 75 April 29 New Hampton School 107 19 May 12 Dartmouth Freshmen 33 93 May 17 Brown University Freshmen 62 64 May 26 l St. .lohn's Preparatory School 67 59 Totals ................,...... ........ 3 20 310 Won 2-Lost 3 1408 1 First Row: Randall, Costanzo, Glines, Levine, Tinker, Liberty, Stevenson, Quinn, Otis. Second Row: Rodrigues, Knox, Cattabriga, Kizala, Coutts, Brunel, Martin, DuRie, Third Row: Wentzell, Sanderson, Bartlett, Spicer, Whitmyre, Sweet, Woodward, Carpenter, Piper. VAR I'l'Y LACRIISSE Coach Captain Manager OI-IN DURIE, co-captain of New Hamp- shire's outstanding 1938 team, returned, as coach, to guide the '39 stickmen through an- other successful season. Graduation had taken several valuable men, but Coach Durie had a fairly good nucleus of lettermen, plus a num- ber of promising sophomores, from which to mould a team. The record of five wins with but two defeats, speaks well of the efforts of the players and their coach. aloe" Tinker, one of the team's outstanding men and a member of the All-New England Lacrosse team, was chosen as captain. Throughout the season he turned in a consistently brilliant perform- ance at defense. Coutts, Knox, Pieretti, Otis, and Ballou were all instrumental in the suc- cess of the team. 6'Sam" Levine, in the nets, . played well, but was hampered a good deal by injuries. April 15, 1939 Score: N. H. 13-lVI.l.T. 4 , Sparked by 64Wally" Ballon, the Wildcat lacrosse team got off to a fine start in its first game of the season by Walloping lVI.I.T. 13-4. New Hampshire took complete command in the opening period, and was never headed. 149 JOHN DURIE J osEPH TINKER UJ. GORDON RODRIGUES Ballou led the assault, netting three goals. Piretti and Costanzo, with two tallies each, shared scoring honors. Other goals were made by Coutts, Otis, Tinker, Stevenson, Gilgun, and Plodzik. Although he went scoreless, '6Slug" Knox was a big factor in the victory with his pass-work and all-around play. aloe" Tinker turned in an excellent game at de- fense, as did Goalie 'Sami' Levine. Coach JOHN DURIE April 22, 1939 Score: N. H. 14-Tufts 2 Rolling up a total of fourteen goals to their opponentis two, the New Hampshire stickmen soundly trounced an out-classed Jumbo team. The contest, an exceedingly rough one, was marred by thirty-one penalties. Ario Piretti had a field day, as he dented the strings for an impressive total of five goals. Otis and Randall were not far behind with three and two scores, respectively. Coutts, Costanzo, and Knox contributed the other Wildcat tallies. Defensively, "Joe" Tinker and 6'Bi1l" Brunel starred. "Jack" Wentzell, filling in at goal for uSam" Levine, played well also. April 28, 1939 Score: N. H. 13-Union 6 ln a free-scoring game the Wildcats notched their third victory in as many starts, 13-6 over a scrappy Union team. Coutts and Piretti were high-scorers for New Hampshire with three goals apiece. Knox and Kinion, drilling through two goals each, were instrumental in the Wildcat offensive. Ballou, Quinn, and Randall were the other players to score. Wentzell again turned in a creditable per- formance in the nets. N 'SY-iii A April 29, 1939 Score: N. H. 6-Williams 8 In their second game in two days, having battled Union the preceding day, the New Hampshire lacrosse team suffered its iirst defeat of the season as a strong Williams com- bination eked out an 8-6 Win in a roughly played contest. The teams were very evenly matched, but the Williams team finally pre- vailed over the tired Wildcats. Again Ario Piretti topped the New Hampshire scorers with two goals to his credit. Coutts, Otis, Knox, and Quinn each came through with a tally. May 6, 1939 Score: N. H. 10-Harvard 5 The Wildcat lacrosse team came back with a vengeance after its defeat at Williamstown to down the Harvard stick-wielders by a de- cisive 10-5 count, before an appreciative crowd of 600 fans. For the third successive game, Piretti and Coutts showed the way for the New Hampshire goal-getters as they scored seven between them to ice the con- test. Ballou, Knox, and Quinn added one score each for good measure. The whole team showed a decided improvement in the con- Captain tiles" TINKER test. Tinker and Glines at the defense posts played especially well, as did Levine at goal. May 13, 1939 Score: N. H. 9e-Stevens 6 The New Hampshire lacrosse team con- tinued its winning ways at the expense of the Stevens team by winning a hard-fought battle on a rain-soaked field 9-6. The slippery foot- ing was a handicap to the players of both teams, but it did slow down tl1e game from the spectators' standpoint. The game was nip and tuck throughout with neither team hav- ing the upper hand. Finally, in the fourth period the Wildcats managed to gain a two- goal lead, and a last-minute tally increased the advantage. '6Wally" Ballon played his best game of the year as he netted the hall three times to top the New Hampshire scorers. Knox with two goals, and Piretti, Coutts, Otis, and Quinn with one each, shared offensive honors. Glines at defense and 'GSam" Levine at goal again turned in top-notch defensive games. ' May 20, 1939 Score: N. H. 5-Dartmouth 13 The ,Wildcats journeyed up into the hills of Hanover for their final encounter of the season and were defeated by the lndians, 13'-5. Dartmouth, paced by Merriam with four goals and Kenney with three, dominated the game throughout and was never in danger. Otis and Coutts scored all of New Hampshire's goals between them to take scoring honors for their team. Captain aloe" Tinker of the Wild- cats played a strong defensive game. The season as a whole was entirely success- ful. The record of five games won against two lost speaks well for the efforts of the members of the team and of Coach .lohn Durie in his first year as Varsity coach. In his presentation of the game Coach DuRie stressed the funda- mentals and then went on to seek perfection and finesse in play execution and strategy. That his system was highly successful is readily attested to by the splendid record of the team. .5 un. . - v .M .. 31 - . f.. 1 M. N Top: QUINN, OTIS Bottom: RANDALL, PIRETTI The prospects for this year are not as bright as they were last year. The loss of such men as Captain aloe" 'Tinker, MSlugger" Knox, "Zip'7 Otis, uW'ally,, Ballou, Quinn, and Levine are sure to be felt very sorely. However there is a good nucleus of returning lettermen around which the 1940 team can be built. Piretti, Coutts, Brunel, Randall, Kizala, and Martin are men who saw considerable service last year. Goalie "Jack" Wentzell is expected to take up his work where he left oif last year in substituting so ably for Goalie uSam" Levine, while he was out with injuries. '-It is interesting to note that New Hamp- shire 'lacrgsse teams have always been, with a feiv feittiepjgions, among. the more successful teams iingthe., atlilieticlflprogram. The only teams which.,dVefeajQ thelWildcats with any degree of regularity are such top-notch clubs as 5Dartmqplthif4.or Williams, and, occasionally teams fronijtlie southern part of the United States, where the 'year-round warm weather and the popularity of the sport combine to produce outstanding lacrosse players, who are better-trained than their northern breth- ren. However, a glance at the record book reveals that New Hampshire teams have de- feated these big-time outfits as well. Moreover, the lacrosse teams usually adwminister crush- HLLOYDU COUTTS ing defeats upon Harvard, which is something our football teams cannot seem to do. Some- thing which must be taken into consideration is that most of the Wildcat lacrossemen have never played the game before coming to college-a disadvantage not faced by the other athletic squads. Despite this unfamiliar- ity with the game, lacrosse is always one of the more popular of the sports on the athletic program, combining as it does the thrills of hockey, football, and basketball. In any event, the lacrosse teams at this University share with the ski teams the distinction of being close to the top of their respective sports as far as the United States is concerned. WHERE" GLINES 'GPEPPERM MARTIN "Zum" KIZALA FRE HMA LACRIISSE Coach CHARLES KARAZIA Captain WILLIAM RUDD Manager J oHN H. MCCARTHY RECORD Score Date Opponent April 15 Tufts Freshmen April 22 Phillips Academy of Andover April 29 Phillips Exeter Academy May 6 Governor Dummer Academy May 17 Harvard Freshmen May 20 Dartmouth Freshmen Totals ......... ....... ......... Won 3-Lost 3 OPP 3 7 16 2 2 15 45 First Row: MacCarthy, Prescott, McCrone, Szalucka, Gordon, Rudd, Budzianowski, Doyle Karazia. Second Row: Carpenter, Could, Garland, Szalucka, Jordan, Steele, Sonosky, Morin Third Row: Judkins, Page, F itzsimmons, Mueller, Lanyon, Monica, Kalled, Coombs, Improta 153 FRE HMA BA EBALL Coach JOHN FABE1.Lo Captain GEORGE ALIMI Manager NORMAN HAWEELI RECORD Score Date Opponent N. H. Opp. May 1 Austin-Cate 7 0 Durham May 3 Andover Academy 8 7 Andover May 10 Exeter Academy 7 3 Exeter May 12 Wentworth Institute 6 5 Durham May 17 New Hampton 9 1 Durham May 19 ' Bridgton Academy 2 1 Durham May 27 Tilton - 4 6 Tilton NVon 6g Lost 1 First Row: Hall, Tighe, Alimi, Draper, Richards. Second Row: Thayer, O'Conn0r, Bozzo, Sughrue, Rowe, MacDonald, Dupell, Fabello. Third Row: Findeisen, Fowler, Blais, Tessier Quinn, Untiet, Austin. 1 1541 Sport Ping Pong Track Golf Baseball Tennis Softball 6-Man Football Archery Relay Bowling Basketball Winter Sports INTRAM RAL ATHLETIC Faculty Supervisor CHARLES M. JUSTICE INTRAMURAL COUNCIL OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Second Semester 1938-39 Manager J ohn Sheldon Assistant Managers Walter Angers Kenneth Achber PHILIP HODGDON THOMAS BAGLEY VICTOR BOGRETT First Semester 1939-40 Manager A , Walter Angers Assistant Managers Philip Beaulieu Dwight Richardson Edwin Richardson First Sigma Beta Alpha Tau Omega Kappa Sigma- Phi Delta Upsilon- Lambda Chi Alpha Sigma Beta Theta Chi Theta Kappa Phi Tau Kappa Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon Alpha Tau Omega Hetzel Phi Mu Delta David Reivo Second Third Kappa Sigma West Hall Lambda Chi Alpha Kappa Sigma Commons Alpha Gamma Rho West Hall Hetzel Phi Alpha Tau Kappa Epsilon West Hall Sigma Beta East Hall Theta Chi Theta Chi Sigma Beta Lambda Chi Alpha- Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega Theta Kappa Phi Sigma Beta Kappa Sigma Theta Kappa Phi WIIME ' ATHLETIC ASSUCIATIU President ELEANOR W. MCNULTY Vice-President Lois B. DRAPER Secretary DOROTHY PAGE Publicity Manager WINIFRED C. KENNEDY Treasurer HELEN F. BARTLETT GRECW MANAGER JEAN ADAMS FACULTY ADVISOR Miss NELL EVANS HE Women's Athletic Association of the University of New Hampshire came into being about twenty-five years ago and has, for the past three years, included every woman student in the University. It has tried to fill the need in the students' lives for recreation through team and individual sports and through informal dancing. Beginning in the fall and continuing all through the year for three nights each week, alice," one hour of informal dancing is held. The gym floor is cleared, the records are brought out, and the dance begins. '6Stags" are more than plentiful and every- one seems to enjoy this social hour before settling down to an evening of study. McNulty, Miss Evans, Knnedy, Bartlett, Page, Draper. 156 Hockey, played in the fall, and basketball, played during the Winter, have, for many years, been Very popular sports at U.N.l'l. ln both these sports, class teams are chosen from the group of students attending practices, and inter-class games are then played. At the close of the inter-class games an All-Star or honor- ary team is chosen. This consists of the best players from the class teams. , Every year a single intercollegiate game is played in both hockey and basketball. This year the Hockey All-Stars were victorious over Stoneleigh College at Memorial Field, while the Basketball All-Stars tasted defeat from Jackson College at Boston. Softball, offered in the spring, has proven least popular of the sports' up to this time, but the outlook is brighter this year due to large classes of enthusiastic freshmen and sopho- mores. Let's hope this enthusiasm will continue with each entering freshmen class and last during their whole college career. BASKETBALL TEAM non, E. McNulty, A. Carlisle. Second Row: A. Whipple, K. D. I-Iurlbert, L. Griffin, D. Minor. 157 First Row: F. Gardner, J. Gag- TENNIS TEAM First Row:' J. Gagnon, K. Ahearn fcollege championl, H. Snook. Second Row: R. Stimp- son, J. Sanborn, E. Riley. Tennis and Archery, the two individual sports offered during the year, draw a large number of skilled players. Elimination tournaments are held within each class and then between the classes. In archery, the high scorers are selected to compete in a national archery tournament, and, although New Hampshire has entered a team for only two years, she has compared very favorably with other colleges. Rifle marksmanship in its second year at U.N.H. was the most popular activity oifered by the Women's Athletic Association this year. Sixty girls attended instructional practices held twice a week throughout the month of November. In these practice sessions they learned the rudiments of handling a rifie, sighting, and firing. ' From this group were selected twenty-one girls for the All- Star squad. These girls practiced every Wednesday night during the months of December, January, and February. During this time they also fired postal matches with the University of Wichita, Ripon College, and the University of Maine. Although this year's team wasnot victorious in any of its matches, the outlook for next year's squad is very bright. Unly a few seniors will be lost by graduation, leaving a sizeable nucleus of veterans around which to build a winning squad. The interest in this activity is very encouraging and it promises to become a per- manent feature of the program of women's activities. ' 158 HOCKEY TEAM First Row: Dumont, LeClair, Kennedy, Mc- Nulty, Capt. Dow, Gard- ner. Second Row: Miss Evans, Page, Ahearn, McCrone, Mauricette, Snook. Third Row: Hyatt, Booth, Bartlett, Colby, Minor. RIFLE TEAM First Row: Meyer, Allan, Coulombe, Goodwin, Mar- shall. Second Row: Hale, Mauricette, Campbell, Russell, Fitzpatrick. Third Row: Bancroft, Baker, Craig, Gillette, Moore, Cox. ARCI-IERY TEAM Preston, Pudiac, Bacon, Whipple, Ccollege cham- pion? , Groves, Hoyle, LeClair. IQEI MILl'l'ARY BALL Miss Carol Tolman reigned as Cadet Colonel at the Scabbard and Blade Ball She is a member of Chi Omega Sorouty 162 Miss Barbara Chase acted as an aide toithe Cadet Colonel. She is a member of Chi Omega Sorority. HE Military Ball, sponsored by Scabbard and Blade, honor- ary Military Society, was held December 3, 1939, at the Women's Gymnasium. During the evening, Miss Carol Tolman knighted the new pledges into Scabbard and Blade. Dean Hudson and his orchestra supplied the music. Miss Ruth LeClair served as an aide to the Cadel Colonel. She is a member of Pi Lambda Sigma Sorority. 163 CARNIVAL BALL Miss Priscilla Preston and her court Left to right: Eleanor Critcherson, Frances McCrillis, Priscilla Preston, Evelyn Gillette. Miss Priscilla Preston was chosen as Queen of the 1940 Winter Carnival. She is a mem- ber of Alpha Chi Omega Soror- ity. HE annual Carnival Ball sponsored by Blue Circle, governing body of the Outing Club, was a social highlight of the school year. It was held on February 2, 1940 at the Women's Gymnasium. Tony Pastor and his orchestra supplied the music for the evening. 165 4 x X 5 s i L1 .l Q i I 1 Y ! x Q I 1 166 TIIE Juwlon PRUM Miss Jean Sughrue, upper circle, and Miss Ruth Stoughton, lower rectangle, attended the Junior Prom Queen. Miss Sughrue is a member of Chi Omega Sorority. Miss Madeline Papachristos, above, was chosen by a popular vote of the members of the Junior Class to reign as Junior Prom Queen at the annual affair sponsored by the Junior Class at the Womens' Gymnasium on May 3', 1940. She is a member of Alpha Xi Delta Sorority. Miss Papachristos was attended by Miss Jean Sughrue and Miss Ruth Stoughton. 167 s , , W W , , , , w ,o'1' . 1, :',s.'.f ..-jug.. .' I. 1 . ll. 'I lu-.'.'. . '-gl 1 v ...r - ,- ,,.. - : xi-nf.. ...lg .'. .4 ..'.-' -- 1 "u'n . 'Un .- . . .' -.- . fu 1 u , .u , .'., '. 'Q- v, l..,.4 .1 .1 . BUCHANAN SANDERSON ROWELL ADAMS BARKIN I TERFRATERNITY CUUNCIL President CREELEY BUCHANAN Vice-President WILLIAM SANDERSON Secretary PTOLEMY ADAMS Treasu rar JOHN ROWELL 170 William Spearman Dan Sweet John Hanlon Royce Whittier David Barkin George McCaffrey Walter Woods Robert Perkins Alvin Ingram Creeley Buchanan William Sanderson Ptolemy Adams John Rowell SENIORS . Kappa Sigma Theta Chi Lambda Chi Alpha Pi Kappa Alpha Phi Alpha Theta Kappa Phi Alpha Gamma Rho Phi Delta Upsilon Tau Kappa Epsilon Alpha Tau Omega Sigma Alpha Epsilon Phi lVIuDelta Sigma Beta JUNIORS Victor Kizala Kappa Sigma Kenneth McLeod Theta Chi Franklin Mullon Sigma Alpha Epsilon James Heald Alpha Tau Omega Donald Jones Lambda Chi Alpha William A. Gardner Phi Mu Delta Francis Schlesinger Pi Kappa Alpha Richard Snowman Sigma Beta Sidney Malkin Phi Alpha Louis Cryans Theta Kappa Phi William Keach Alpha Gamma Rho George Cilley Phi Delta Upsilon Franklin Sterling Tau Kappa Epsilon MCCAFFREY Woons PERKINS SWEET INGRAM W1-IITTIER SPEARMAN HANLON 171 First Row: Frizzel, Moulton, Smalley, Marsh, Mitchell, Second Row: Dupell, Morrow, Chad- wick, Godfrey, Keach, Woods, Batchelder, Hogan, Wilson, Hepler, Latimer. Third Row: Annis, Haskell, Bodwell, Johnson, Garland, B. Garland, Placey, Prince, Durgin, Kelly, Ward, Buchanan, Griffin, Young, Stiles. Fourth Row: Peaslee, Barney, Rhines, Perkins, Mitchell, Russell, Green- wood, Scott, Sanderson, Messer, Dupell, Bean, E. Johnson. ALPHA GAMMA RIIO Established: 1923 Founded at Ohio State University, 1908 President . . WALTER W oons Vice-President . . . WILLIAM KEACH Secretary . . . LEWIS BATCHELDER Treasurer . . J oHN CHADWICK LPHA GAMMA RHO was formed in 1908, when two local fraternities, Alpha Gamma Rho of Ohio State University and Delta Rho Sigma of the University of Illinois, incorporated to set up a national limitedFgeneral agricultural fratern- ity. Since then Alpha Gamma Bho has grown to thirty-one chapters with a membership of over 4-,000. The local chapter was founded in November, 1923, as a local fraternity, Beta Sigma Alpha. It was afliliated with the national organization in the spring of 1924 as Omega chapter. Though the membership consists primarily of agricultural students, there are students admitted from the other colleges of the University. At present, the actual membership of the house exceeds the rated house capacity of twenty-eight students. Their intramural teams have been quite suc- cessful, especially the baseball team which won permanent possession of the baseball trophy. During the last two and a half years, Omega has been the highest fraternity on campus in scholastic rating. 172 Albert Barney Lew Batchelder Walter Bodwell Walter Buchanan John Chadwick Raymond Dupell Edwin Frizzell Buhrman Garland Clifford Annis Norton Beane John Carr Paul Blood Nicholas Colovos L. A. Dougherty 0MEGA CHAPTER SENIORS Albert Edgerly Charles Marsh Roy Griffin Paul Prince JUNIORS Frederick Garland William Johnson George Godfrey William Keach James Hogan Edwin Moulton SOPHOMORES , Wilbur Gould Martin Mitchell Albert Greenwood Philip Rines Robert Kelley Leslie Rockwell PLEDGES Clifton Flint Edmond Owen Ray Haskell Gordon Placy Evert Johnson Vlfilliam Mitchell FACULTY MEMBERS Paul Dupell C. R. Durgin B. J. French J. R. Hepler L. P. Latimer K. S. Morrow Gordon Percival Ford S. Prince Carroll Sanderson Walter Woods John Perkins Herman Scott 6 Robert Russell Dwight Stiles Maurice Winn I Porter Smalley Fay Smith, Jr. Holman Young Warren Rogers Paul Scripture F. W. Taylor First Row: Brosius, Soper, Carpenter, Underwood, Manton, Betz, Buchanan, Swasey, Heath, Mitchell, Slater, Clark. Second Row: Platek, Sanne, Grindle, Pratt, Lary, Heald, Bogrett, Matthews, Moore, Bowles, Batchelder, Clark, Richardson, Garnsey. Third Row: Ellis, Altenbern Sanborn, Parker, Leggett, Cram, Robbins, Mead, Hickin, Hamlin, Carlisle, Noyes, Richards. ALPHA TAU IIMEGA Established: 1917 Founded at Richmond, Virginia 1865 President . . . CREELEY S. BUCHANAN Vice-President . . . THoMAs JOHNSON Secretary. . . . CHARLES BETZ Treasurer . . JOHN SWASEY LPHA TAU OMEGA was the first Greek-letter college fraternity organized after the Civil War. It was founded at Richmond, Virginia, on September 11, 1865, and its first chapter was established at the Virginia Military Institute at Lexington, Virginia. Its founders were three young Confederate soldiers. Their prime object was to restore the Union, to unite fraternally the young men of the South with those of the North and to foster a Christian brotherhood dedicated to the task of achieving and cherishing permanent peace. Alpha Tau Omega had its origin on this campus as a local fraternity known as Gamma Theta, established in 1907. The house, which has been recently taken down, was located beside the Durham Town Hall on the Newmarket road. Dean M. Gale Eastman joined the house in 1910. In 1912, the property on which the Alpha Tau Omega house now stands was purchased from, Professor Parsons who headed the Department of Chemistry at that time. Our Delta Delta Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega was established as a National fraternity in 1917. 174 DELTA DELTA CHAPTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dr. Chas. W. Coulter Stanley Shimer Samuel Hoitt Dean M. Gale Eastman Clayton Cross Robert Hart y SENIORS Charles H. Betz Carl Heath Albert C. Manton A Creeley S. Buchanan John Kew Henry Soper Nelson Carpenter Frank Leary John Swasey ' J HNIORS Allen Bogrett Gordon Carlisle Henry Mead Donald Brosius James Heald William Noyes Stanley Hickin Dwight Pratt SoPHoMoREs Neal Batchelder John Clark Ralph Grindle Fred Bowles Robert Clark Stanley Platek PLEDGES Thomas Altenbern Richard Garnsey Richard Leggett Milton Cram John Hamlin William Matthews Corson Lary William J. Moore Ray Ellis 1 Nicholas Isaak ' Edward Blood Theodore Underwood Thomas Johnson Roger Richardson Russell Sanborn Philip Richards Frank Robbins Andrew Sanne , gi 1 J. A 175 KAPPA IGMA Established: 1901 Founded at University of Virginia 1869 President . . WILLIAM SPEARMAN Vice-President . . . PAUL RAYNES Treasurer . . . . GARDNER REED Secretary. . . HARRY BUTTERWORTH HE Kappa Sigma Fraternity was founded at the University of Virginia in 1869. From that day the fraternity has progressed rapidly to the distinction of being the second largest fraternity in the country. There are one hundred and ten chapters of Kappa Sigma. The chapter at the University of New Hampshire was established February 22. 1901, and was named by the national the Beta Kappa Chapter of Kappa Sigma. On the day of establishment, twenty-seven were initiated into the Fraternity. For the first fifteen years the Chapter here at New Hampshire was located at the present site of Lambda Chi Alpha. ln 1916 the Chapter was moved to the location it now enjoys. A few of the outstanding Kappa Sigma alumni of the University of New Hampshire are Professor Charles L. Parsons, '03, and Harry D. Batchelor, '03, eminent chemists, Colonel Charles A. Hunt, U.S.A., and Professor Richard Whoriskey, ,10, our endeared past-alumnus advisor. First Row: Morin, Kenney, Frost, Lennon, Desroches, W. Foley, Lanyon, Silvia. Second Row: Costanzo, Schimke, Piretti, Pesaresi, A. Costanzo, Raynes, Spearman, Lapeza, Butterworth, Reed, Wellenberger, Downs. Third Ro-w: Dickey, Johnson, Bricci, Lanyon, Durso, Mueller, Rocheleau, Szalucka, Judkins, Schiavoni, Dumont, Lufts, Gardner, Pope. Fourth Row: Temple, Kizala, Evans, Monica, Farrar, Steele, Nute, Liberty, Cochran, Macdonald, Nutting, Haley, Jewell. 176 Harry S. Butterworth Alfred O. Costanzo William D. Downs Vernon W. Evans Terry P. Frost Elliott W. Jewell Roger B. Judkins Walter S. Benson Frank A. Bucci Richard B. Cochran Charles F. Costanzo William W. Dickey, Jr. Robert J. Dowd ,s BETA KAPPA CHAPTERS SENIORS Chester R. Lapeza Gardner C. Reed James S. Liberty Paul M. Raynes Ario W. Piretti Donald C. Schimke J UNIORS Prescott S. Farrar Waldron B. Haley Victor Kizala Robert E. Lennon Eugene F. Nute Leighton A. Nutting SOPHOMORES Harold M. Lanyon Laurent E. Morin Donald N. Mullen Robert F. Rocheleau PLEDGES Roger J. Dumont Anthony J. Durso Ralph A. DesRoches Walter T. Foley George L. Frazer Robert P. Gardner John Griffiths David G. Johnson William G. Kenney Everett W. Lanyon William E. Spearman Peter J. Wellenberger Edmund B. Temple George C. Tufts Howard L. Steele William S. Szalucka Premo E. Pesaresi Robert M. Pope Theodore L. Schiavom Wilfred M. Silvia Winslow H. MacDonald Archie Vaughn Harold Monica 177 J ,LAMBIIA CHI ALPHA Established: 1918 Founded at Boston University 1909 President . . . JOHN HANLON Vice-President . . . JOHN NUTTER Secretary. . . RICHARD J oHNsoN Treasurer . . WILFRED Oscoon AMBDA CHI ALPHA was founded at Boston University on November 2, 1909, when the Cosmopolitan Law Club decided to form itself into a Greek letter society. The present name of the fraternity was first toward a national extension program were begun. In August, 1939, in the most extensive amalgamation in the history of the Greek-letter fraternity system, under terms of a merger with Theta Kappa Nu, Lambda Chi Alpha became the fourth ranking fraternity in number of chapters. Lambda Chi Alpha now has more then one hundred chapters in thirty-nine states and one province of Canada, making it one of the few inter- national fraternities. Beta Phi, a local fraternity, was founded at the University of New Hamp- shire in 1906. ln 1918 George Blatchford, Arthur Clapp, and Wilfred Osgood succeeded in aifiliating the society with Lambda Chi Alpha, and on March 29, it was installed as Alpha Xi Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha by Warren Cole of the Grand High Zeta. The chapter first occupied a house on Ballard Street, but in 1922 bought the present chapter house. For seventeen years the fraternity held the highest of scholastic averages, and in 1932-1933 held the distinction of winning the Tetrathalon award, an honor given only to the best all-round chapter, nationally. First Row: Low, Smith, Gordon, Vaughan, Fields, Sweet, Thompson. Second Row: Bissell, Atwood, Brunel, Martin H., Burtt, Nutter, Hanlon, Johnson, Worden, Moore B., Ayer F. A., Ayer F. H., Randall C. Third Row: Page, Gordon, Middleton, Lowry, Boardman, Lucy, Seel, Prescott, Dunlap, Wright, Duprey, Armstrong, Findeisen W., Findeisen H., Randall R., Dyson, King. Fourth Row: Vogel, Ayer P., Brown, Evans, Wheeler, Chrysler, Jones, Dearborn, Crosby. Rowe, Smith R., Hastings, Osgood, Martin P. 178 ALPHA Xl UHAPTER Dean Edward Y. Blewett Dr. Alfred E. Richards , Professor William W. Smith John DuRie Professor Clark Stevens RESIDENT MEMBERS Richard W. Daland Russell Harmon Arthur Robinson Victor Smith Kenneth E. Gunn Wilfred A. Osgood William Robinson Robert B. True SENIORS Francis H. Ayer Franklin A. Ayer Harry H. Atwood Wilson Brunel Edward H. Burtt GeorgelGordon 3rd Robert Armstrong Donald Begin Robert Boardman Clark Brown Robert Crosbie John Dearborn William Duprey Lewis P. Bissell Philip S. Dunlap John D. Hanlon Richard H. Johnson Bradford D. Moore William B. Moore JUNIORS Wilfred A. Findeisen Stanley D. Low Donald R. Jones Horace S. Martin Gordon M. Chrysler SOPHOMORES William Rudd Chester L. Wheeler Robert B. Prescott Munroe Evans J ohn Fields Herbert Findeisen Richard Gordon Raymond Hastings Robert King Wayne Lowry PLEDGES Arthur Lucy Philip Martin Robert Middleton George Page Robert Randall John Rowe Fred Saunders Robert Dyson John C. Nutter Carl O. Randall John C. Worden Dana W. Sweet Russell E. Thompson Donald VV. Osgood Harvey Seel Herbert Smith Robert Smith George Stevens Charles Vaughan Leo Vogel Eugene Wright First Row: Malkin, Mulman, Fellman, Epstein, Goldfarb, Barkin, Wein, Sheinuk, Osman, Leavitt Silver. Second Row: Becker, Moss, Zeeburg, Hooz, Rudnick, Baer, Gordon, Freedman, Zelinsky Ray, Ekman, Askenazy. Third Row: Borwick, Krauzer, Gelt, Rosen, Rubin, Birenbaum, Zetlen Strock, Karelis, Isenburg, Freedman. Plll ALPHA Established: 1923 Founded at George Washington University 1914 President . . . . DAVID BARKIN Vice-President . . . EUGENE GOLDFARB Secretary . . . MAURICE EPSTEIN Treasurer . . . EBER WEIN HE Phi Alpha Fraternity was organized in October, 1914, by five freshmen at the George Washington University, on a foundation of common interests, common ideals, and common racial sympathies. ln November, 1914, a charter was granted Phi Alpha by the George Washington University, and the Fraternity became an established and recognized Hellenic institution. In 1923, at the University of New Hampshire, a group of Jewish students founded a local chapter - Tau Gamma Phi. On May 18, 1924, the local chapter was installed as the Omicron Chapter of the Phi Alpha Fraternity. Today, Phi Alpha has forty undergraduate and alumni chapters throughout the eastern section of the country. On this campus, Phi Alpha has maintained a consistently high scholastic standard, and has included in its membership a relatively large number of outstanding campus personalities. 180 7 9 9 David Barkin Norman Birenbaum Maurice Epstein Robert Becker Sam Askenazy .l ack Borwick Bernard Ekman Herbert Freedman 0MlURON CHAPTER FACULTY MEMBER Samuel A. Stone SENIORS Eugene Goldfarb Myer Mulman Solomon Leavitt Seymour Osman J UN IORS Sumner Fellman A Sidney Malkin Earl Krauzer Jacob Sheinuk SOPHOMORES William Baer Samuel Celt PLEDGES Julius Freedman Robert Moss George Hooz Robert Ray Robert lsenberg William Rosen Irvin Karelis Bernard Rubin Ebel' Wein Carl Silver Lawrence Stone Leonard Zeeburg Albert Rudnick Joseph Strock Robert Zetlen 181 4 First Row: Burlingame, Fernald, Taylor, Haseltine, Cilley, Perkins, Perron, Tuxbury, Dooley, Holt, Willgeroth. Second Row: Hall, Lucas, Huntoon, Cobb, F ernald, Wheeler, Darling, Burns, Stiles, Carr, Rivers, Hall, Gibbs, Gay, Knowles. Third Row: Carlson, Openshaw, Cove, Skerry, Robinson, Holt, Burns, Webster, Sawyer, Cheeseman. Pill DELTA P llill Established: 1925 Founded at University of New Hampshire 1925 President . . ROBERT PERKINS Vice-President . . . GEORGE CILLEY Secretary . . . . FRANK PERRON M Treasurer . . ROBERT HASELTINE HE fraternity of Pl1i Delta Upsilon was founded at the University of New Hampshire on February 22, 1925, and since has been active as a strictly local and independent social fraternity. It is in no way affiliated with any national organization, except that it has held membership in the National lnterfraternity Conference of Local Fraternities, which convenes annually in New York City. The twenty-two charter members of Phi Delta Upsilon had as their first home the house at the corner of Madbury Road and Main Street. The present house was leased in the fall of 1926, and has been occupied since that time. Since its founding, Phi Delta Upsilon has been in the upper half of the fraternities in scholastic standing, and in 1934, 1936, and 1937 was the first among the thirteen fraternities on the campus. 182 LIIUAL CHAPTER F. D. Jackson C. W. Swonger C. M. Degler J. D. Hauslein R. R. Skelton SENIORS Leland Burlingame Alfred Fernald Robert Perkins Paul Drew Robert Haseltine Frank Perron ' Martin Holt Robert Taylor JUNIORS Herbert Cheeseman Phillip Hall John Skerry George Cilley Frank Openshaw George Willgeroth SOPHOMORES Alexander Burns Leo Gove Clinton Huntoon Edwin Carlson Charles Holt Perry Knowles A PLEDGES Keith Burns Sam Darling ' Steve Hall Fred Carr Burt Gay Harry Lucas Willis Cobb Ivan Gibbs Paul Sawyer v W. R. Eadie Kenneth Tuxbury Edwin Wheeler Raymond Wood Raymond Rivers Dave Styles Wendall Webster Gordon Wheeler 183 PHI MU DELTA Founded 1918 President .... . . PTOLEMY ADAMS First Vice-President . . . FREDERICK CUSHING, JR. Second Vice-Presidcfz: . . WILLIAM GARDNER Secretary ..... . JOHN G. STOTT HE Phi Mu Delta fraternity was founded on' March 1, 1918, during a con- vention of the National Federation of Commons Club held at the Massa- chusetts State Chapter of the Federation. At that time, the present Nu Beta Chapter of Phi Mu Delta at the University of New Hampshire, together with Nu Alpha at Connecticut State College and Nu Gamma at the University of Vermont, broke away from the Commons Club. During its twenty years of existence, Phi Mu Delta has grown from the original three chapters to the present sixteen chapters and now has a total of thirty-two hundred members. Phi Mu Delta, on this campus, was first located in the old Alpha Kappa Pi house, which was recently torn down. In 1920, the chapter moved to the house recently occupied by Coach Cowell on Main Street. After living in that house for over nine years, the fraternity built its present chapter house at 24- Madbury Road. First Row: Person, Davidson, Marshall, Chadwick, Gardner, Adams, Mrs. Grilk, Cushing, Stott, Loiselle, Johnson, Ferris, Boucher. Second Row: Earle, Hamilton, Dennett, Brooks, Brown, Hopkins, Smith, R. B. Kimball, R. O. Kimball, McLane, Moran, Dimond, Ramsey, Piper, Mead, Ramage. Third Row: Aliapoulos, Dudley, McDermott, Hawkins, Cole, Cove, Campbell, Babcock, Williams, Mitton, Swasey, White, Wilson, Stockwell. 184 Perley Ayer Ptolemy Adams David Chadwick Fred Cushing George Brooks Alan Campbell Nathan Babcock Walter Ferris NU BETA UIIAPTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE Donald Babcock Philip Marston Leroy Higgins Major Prindle SENIORS Donald Davidson Donald Loiselle Gerald Griffin Stuart Marshall Philip Johnson Arthur McDermott JUNIORS Oliver Dennett Robert Kimball Eugene Duffy Ellingwood McLane William Gardner James Piper ' SOPHOMORES Paul Hamilton Walter Mead David Hopkins Arthur Riel Roland Kimball Malcolm Smith PLEDGES William Aliapoulos Sidney Dimond Paul Beck Roland Boucher Clyde Brown Stephen Cole William Driscoll Robert Dudley John Earle Rolland Cove 185 Charles Kacharas Arthur Madden Ralph Messer Robert Messer Parker Mitton Harry Smith Herbert Person Archibald Ramage John Stott l Donald Stockwell Dwight Williams David White Donald Wilson Harold Moran Charles Osgood Bernard Pender James Ramsay Henry Swasey Pl KAPPA ALPHA Established: 1930 Founded 1867 at University of Virginia President . . . ROYCE WTHITTIER Vice-President . . FRANCIS SCHLESINGER Secretary . . . . . CLARE BERRY Treasurer . . DAVID GILE I KAPPA ALPHA was founded at the University of Virginia in the college year of 1867-1868 by six students whose aim, among other things, was to develop and maintain a peculiarly warm friendship and a keenly cherished idealism. Pi Kappa Alpha of today is a perpetuation of that friendship and idealism. Following 1869, other chapters were established until, at the present day, practically every state with accredited colleges and universities has a repre- sentative chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha. As one of the older and larger fraternities, Pi Kappa Alpha stands out as a progressive national organization. The local chapter, Tri-Gamma, was formally installed the Gamma-Mu Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha on December 7, 1930. The chapter house was originally at 8 Main Street, opposite the church, but in 1935 new quarters were established at 10 Stratford Avenue. First Row: Rollins, Chadwick, Schlesinger, Whittier, Gile, Berry, Smith, Second Row: Daggett, Fischer, Pearson, Ferullo, H. Alexander, Widge1', Twombly, Green, Marr, Jr. Third Row: Emery, Kemp Jr., Dodge Jr., Arno Jr., A. Honkala, Kennett, F. Honkala. 186 GAMMA MU CHAPTER SENIORS David Gile Phil Smith Robert Twomhly Fredrick Honkala .l UNIORS Arthur Chadwick Guy Dodge Walter Kennett SOPHOMORES Raymond Ainsworth Clare Berry Adolf Honkala Robert Alexander Ralph Green Lester Rollins PLEDGES Ivan Arno , William Ferullo Leslie Kemp Evans Daggett Vincent Fischer John Marr Richard Emery 187 Royce Whittier Francis Schlesinger Elwood Wells Lincoln Pearson William Widger First Row: Canfield, Moulton, Stidstone, Burleigh, Joyce, Keegan, Wood1u1'y. Second Row: A. Mullen, Goertz, Chase, Nash, Keadin, Spellman, Mrs. Donle, Sanderson, G. Jones, Hay, Garvey, Richardson. Third Row: Johnson, Spencer, Turner, Stackpole, Atwell, Wheeler, Weston, Burns, Sawyer, Piffard, F. Mullon, A. Jones, 0'Sullivan, Happny, Stannard. Fourth Row: Barnett, Shores, Doyle, Thomas, Martin, Lang, Harkinson, Pushee, Call, Finnigan, Archambault, Morgan, Balch, Coombs, Lewis. IGMA ALPHA Established: 1917 Founded 1856 EP lL0 at University of Alabama President . . WILLIAM R. SANDERSON Vice-President . . FRANCIS A. SPELLMAN Secretary . . . GEORGE E. JONES, JR. Treasurer . . . ROBERT D. LEWIS N March 10, 1917, Zeta Epsilon Zeta, a local fraternity, became New Hamp- shire Beta of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. The national fraternity is the largest one in the country, having a membership of over fifty thousand. Its national headquarters are located at the Levere Memorial Temple, in Evanston, Illinois. Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at tl1e University of Alabama on March 9, 1856. Up until the late 1800's the fraternity had all of its chapters located in the South. During the Civil War several entire chapters were depleted. However, after the war- the fraternity spread north of the Mason-Dixon line, typifying the spirit of the basis of its organization. Since that time, there has been a steady expansion until there are now chapters in practically every state and a grand total of one hundred and thirteen chapters. The local chapter was first located in Ballard Hall, then in Bickford, and in 1927 transferred to its present house on the corner of Garrison Avenue and Madbury Road. 188 Norman Alexander Joseph Chase James Garvey William I-lappny George Jones Charles Balch Charles Burleigh How ell Atwell Norman Canfield Webster Coombs Gordon Barnett BETA UHAPTERE FRATRES IN FACULTATE Harold Leavitt Philip Johnston Herbert Keadin Robert Lewis Maxham Nash Abbott Jones Robert Lang Raymond Starke SENIORS J ack Richardson William Sanderson Philip Sawyer Francis Spellman JUNIORS Franklin Mullon Charles Piifard SOPHUMORES John Finnigan Joseph Johnson Charles Martin Francis O'Sullivan Kenneth Shaw John Morgan FRESHMAN MEMBERS Fred Spencer George Stidstone John Gaw PLEDGES George Archambault William Call John Keegan John Arthur Paul Doyle Gregory Pederzani Richard Brewitt Downing Jones Jesse Pushee James Brauer Frank Joyce Leopold Roy James Burns Arnold Perreton John Fahey Thomas Goertz Arthur Mullen Edson Stannard Irving Thomas William Weston Robert Woodbury Paul Shores Cecil Stackpole Andreas Turner Paul Wheeler 189 First Row: MacDonald, Kischitz, Morgan, 6'George', Sigma Beta, Picard, Clement, Niles. Second Row: Bureau, Bayrer, Reid, Kehoe, Simpson, Rooth, Rowell, Martin, Pickering, Senior, Bullock, Spinney, Miholski. Third Row: Guild, Carr, Alexander, Young, Hassett, Carter, Hall, Lamond, Parker, Snowman, Cowen, F eeney, Thomsen, Hayes. Fourth Row: Smith, Byles, Herlihy, Myers, Hodsdon, Carlson, Siprelle, fioocafellow, Mackel, Keegan, Stanton, Edes, Smith, ee . IGMA BETA Founded University of New Hampshire 1921 President . . . . JOHN HOWELL Vice-President . . . . C. HARRY BOOTH Secretary . . ROBERT MARTIN Treasurer . . CARL SIMPSON IGMA BETA had its founding as a local fraternity on April 4, 1921, when a group of interested undergraduates met in room 312 Fairchild. During 1921 the fraternity was located at the Brackett House, now the University Grill, and in the fall of the next year it moved into the Langley House on Madbury Road, now occupied by Phi Delta Upsilon. In the winter of 1927, the chapter moved into its present house. One of the charter members of Theta Upsilon Omega, members of the fraternity were active delegates in the formation of the national organization at Bucknell University in 19241. Twelve years a national fraternity, Theta Upsilon Omega turned in its national charter on May 15, 1936, and again became a local fraternity to be known by its original name - Sigma Beta. 190 John Blackwood Clifford Bullock Arthur Carlson William Greer Guy Alexander Omer Bureau Fred Hall, J r. Russell Hayes Russell Bissell Arthur Clement Robert Boyles John Callahan George Carr John Carter William Clark Francis Eades Roy Goodfellow LUCAL UHAPTER SENIORS George Guild Caleb Hodsdon Herbert Johnson Douglas MacDonald .J UNIORS Fred Herlihy Kenneth Kehoe Robert Martin C. Richard Morgan, Jr. Leo Moscardini .J ohn Reid Albert Roper John Rowell P. Hamilton Myers F. Donald Pickering C. Harry Rooth, Jr. Edward Smith SOPHOMORES Vlfilfred Feeney Bernard Keegan PLEDGES Guy Gowen Max Gowen J ohn Hassett Everett Johnson .J ames Kiberd Alexander Kischitz Allan Lamond Edward Murchie Frank Picard Edward Mackel Edmund Mihalski Robert Morris Harold Niles Robert O'N eil Maurice Parker Walter Platt Walter Senior, Jr. Carl Simpson Robert Young Richard Snowman Lewis Spinney Leonard Spicel Allan Upton Carl Sipprelle Edmund Stanton Thomas Plowright Lawrence Reed William Riley Arthur Sawyer Harold Smith Henning Thomsen 'MU KAPPA EP ILO Established: 1926 Founded 1899 at Illinois Wesleyan University President . . . ALVIN INGRAM Vice-President . . . EDMUND SHEAHAN Treasurer . . . . ERNEST M. GOULD Secretary. . RICHARD W. GORMLY AU KAPPA EPSILON was formed in 1899 as the first fraternity on the Illinois Wesleyan University Campus. In 1909, James Millikan University offered the second chapter. Since then, the fraternity has grown to a national enrollment of forty-three active chapters, the last charter being granted to a local at Rhode Island State. Among its claims to distinction, is its leadership among national fraternities in scholarship for over ten consecutive years. Delta Sigma Chi was founded on the campus in 1926 with twenty-four charter members and Dr. Eugene Bishop as faculty advisor. The present home was purchased in 1927. The local chapter decided to go Mnationalw in 1929, and after two years of probation, its petition to Tau Kappa Epsilon was accepted and it became Alpha Nu Chapter. First Row: Carter, Miller. Second Row: Hodgdon, Breck, Gormly, Gould, Ingram, Wright, Brown, Sheehan, Goodrum. Third Row: Sanduski, Cattabriga, Noonan, Sterling, McKeagney, Hardy, Carr, Wise, Moulton. Fourth Row: Harding, Glines, Kenyon, Mullen, Woodward Jr., Crook, Bartlett, Herrick. 192 5 Robert A. Caughey Robert Breck Carleton Brown William Ford Paul Bartlett Roger Cattabriga Bruce Carr Phillip French Robert Carter Robert Harding ALPHA MU CHAPTER FACULTY ADVISORS Dr. Albion R. Hodgdon Bert E. Huggins SENIORS Clyde Goodrum Alvin Ingram Ernest Gould Edmund Sheahan JUNIORS Willa1'd Crook Richard Gorrnly Herbert Glines Willianl Moulton SOPHOMORES Robert McKeagney Robert Mullen WT. Kenneth Millar John Noonan PLEDGES I Austin Hardy George Herrick 193 Dr. Herbert F. Rudd Karl Wroodward Frank Wright Frank Sanduski Franklin Sterling George Wise Donald Kenyon Tum om Established: 1910 Founded Norwich University 1856 President . .... DAN SWEET Vice-President . . . VICTOR E. TYSON, J R. Secretary. . . . . JACK W. KIRK Treasurer . . PHILIP W. HODGDON HETA CHI Fraternity was founded at Norwich University in Norwich, Ver- mont in 1856 and later moved to its present position with Norwich University to Northfield, Vermont. Zeta Chapter of Theta Chi was established on the campus of New Hampshire College, May 21, 1910. lt was the second "national" to he organized here. Zeta Chapter was originally a local organization, Delta Xi. The original location was on lower Main Street. Quarters were soon found to he inadequate for the group, and the fraternity moved to a difl'erent'site, the house now occupied by the Phi Mu Sorority. ln 1930 the new house on Madbury Road was ready for occupancy and the boys moved in February 24. Theta Chi has chapters on the campuses of iifty-three colleges and uni- versities in the United States. lt was mainly a New England fraternity at irst, but with the growth of colleges in the west, our chapters soon dotted those regions, so we find in 1940 chapters in many of the leading institutions in this country. First Row: Tobey, Clark, Tewksbury, Wentzell, Beal, Hill, Joslin. Second Row: Davison, Coutts, Winterbottom, Nellson, Staifor, Sweet, Mrs. Smith, Tyson, Kirk, Haynes, Sweet, Frey, Tompson. Third Row: Gray, Hooper, Farris, Tessier, D. Crafts, Roberts, Parker, Crockett, Haas, J. M. Crafts, Austin, Russell, Piper, McLeod, Thurston, Peterman, Stebhens, Clark. Fourth Row: Garland, Leggett, Carlson, Osgood, Schultz, Costigan, Blythe, Whitmyre, Rostram, Ferry, Pascoe, Webster, Fecke, Russell, Blaine, Stewart. 194 Franklin Carey Lloyd Coutts Warren Davison Harry Haynes Edward Farris Allan Ferry John Fecke Robert Austin Ralph Blaine Edward Blythe Stacey Clark,- Jr. Donald Crafts Russell Beal Carl Carlson Charles Clark Charles Costigan ZETA CHAPTER John Hersey Philip Hodgdon William Jordan SENIORS Eli Power John Raynes Edward Stafford Richard Nellson Dan Sweet JUNIORS Gordan Frey Robert Piper Steven Lampson James Russell Kenneth McLeod J ack Wentzell SOPHOMORES Mado Crafts Warren Peterman John Gray Merrick Rawstrom John Hooper John Roberts Ralph Parker Spaulding Schultz PLEDGES John Garland Edward Gould Alfred Haas Franklin Hill 195 Robert Joslin Robert Leggett Robert Osgood Harry Pascoe Harold Sweet, Jr. Victor Tyson, Jr. Fred Winterbottom Gordan Whitmy're J ack Kirk Robert Tessier George Thurston Edward Tobey Walter Webster, Jr. Daniel Russell Theodore Stebbins Robert Stewart Nelson Tewksbury First Row: O-'Neil, Hall, Cone, Keough, Galli, Barrett. Second Row: Chase, McKenna, Walton Ivers, Plodziok, Nosek, McCaffrey, Wolcott, O'Connor, Lapointe, Plante, Bagley, Cryans, Angers Third Row: Charron, Rouillard, Di Martino, Judd, Davis, Lyszczas, Adams, Houlihan, Jacques Chase, Callagy, O'Connell, Fitzsimmons, Costello, Martin, Brady. Fourth Row: Lyster, Jahoda Sullivan, Nugent, Marshall, Buckley, Doyle, Sughrue, Sullivan, Flaherty, Budzianoski, Roger? THETA KAPPA PIII Established: 1924- Founded 1919 University cf Lehigh President . . GEORGE MCCAFFREY Vice-President . . EDWARD PLQDZIK Secretary. . . JOHN TVOLCOTT Treasurer . . KENNETH NOSECK HETA KAPPA PHI was founded in 1919 as the HX" Club at Lehigh Uni- versity in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania by students who wished to perpetuate an everlasting bond of friendship. ln 1917, the majority of this group enlisted in the War and the Club became inactive. It was reorganized and Theta Kappa Phi at Lehigh University and Kappa Theta of Pennsylvania State College amalgamated, thus establishing a national social collegiate fraternity. Since that time the organization has established chapters at leading colleges and universities throughout tl1e United States. Nu Sigma Nu was founded at the University of New Hampshire to conform with the needs and desires of a group of students who wished to bind their loves more closely together through one common ideal. On March 10, 1924, this local was installed as Epsilon Chapter of Theta Kappa Phi. Since its installation on the University of New Hampshire campus, it has won permanent trophies in basketball, bowling, and boxing, and has placed its men in prominent campus offices and on many Varsity athletic teams, thus pregressing steadily since its installation. 196 9 n 7 Richard lvers Roger Lapointe EPSILIIN CHAPTER Wilfred Walton Thomas McGrail Albert Furman Raymond MacDonald SENIORS George McCaffrey Theodore Plante Kenneth Noseck Edward Plodzik John Wolcott JUNIORS Herbert Adams Walter Angers Thomas Bagley James Barret Francis Chase Louis Cryans John Downing Matthew Flaherty Robert Jacques William J ahoda SOPHOMORES Anthony Budzianowski William Fitzsimmons Edward Lyszczas Arthur Buckley Harold Hall William Marshall William Cone Thomas Houlihan James Martin Raymond Doyle George Alimi James Brady Thomas Callagy Fred Charron Edward Chase John Lyster Edgar Costello Charles Davis Arthur Galli Charles Judd Paul Nugent PLEDGES William Keogh Richard La Roche Dominic Di Martino Daniel O'Neil Alphonse Lucier Maurice McKenna Robert 0'Brien Arthur 0'Connell Richard Sughrue David Sullivan Jerry Thayer Raymond Paquin Norman Rogers Arthur Rouillardi Richard Sullivan 197 First Row: Kee, Israel, Cook. Second Row: Sharps, Sweet, Craig, Carpenter, Hussey, Poplawskl Third Row: Nye, Hebert, Clark, Miller, Stubbe, Nelson, Osborn. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Music Director Charles Craig Richard Goodell Austin Hamilton Donald Hebert . Frederick Hussey Arthur Barbour Richard Cook CAULDRUN SENIOR Gordon Flint JUNIORS Louis Israel Ralph Keeler Kenneth Leggett Lyman Miller Harlow Nelson Edwin Nye SOPI-IOMORES Charles Hammond Gerard Levesque F RESHMAN A Lucius Carpenter 198 ROBERT SWEATT CHARLES CRAIG KENNETH LEGGETT PAUL SHAW LoU1s ISRAEL Donald Osborn Eric Pierson Paul Shaw Robert Sweatt John Stubbe Ashley Nevers Albert Sharps PA HELLE IC Inter-Sorority Governing Council President . . . . . MARION E. JAMES Secretary-Treasurer . . ELEANOR GAY Alpha Xi Delta BEVERLY ROWELL Alpha Chi Omega Chi Omega Phi Mu Theta Upsilon Kappa Delta Pi Lambda Sigma ELEANOR HILLIER KATHERINE MYHRE FRANCES MCNALLY LUELLA HIRSCHNER ELEANOR GAY MILDRED BACoN JANET PICKETT MARY SARSGN ALICE COLEMAN ALICE PECKHAM RUTH STIMSON ELOISE BUEQUE J OSEPHINE KLECZYNSKA First Row: Kleczynska, Hillier, Coleman. Second Row: McNally, James, Pickett, Rowell, Myhre, Stimson. Third Row: Bacon, Gay, Peckham, Sarson, Burque, Hirshner. 199 ALPHA CHI UMEGA Established: 1913 Founded in 1885 DePauw University President . . KATHERINE MYHRE Vice-President . . . . DORIS ECKHARDT Secretary . . . FRANCES MCNALLY Treasurer . . ALMA ELLIOTT LPHA C1-11 OMEGA was founded in 1885 at DePauw University, Green Castle, Indiana. It was established by seven young women whose main interest was music. At the present time, Alpha Chi Omega has increased to the extent of sixty-two active chapters in the United States and Canada, still holding to its ideal, the appreciation and practice of the allied arts plus the objective of developing through personal effort a high moral and mental standard. Pi Alpha Phi, the group which became Alpha Chi Omega, was founded on this campus in 1913, the first organization for women to he established at the University of New Hampshire. Its charter as a national fraternity was granted on June 24, 1924 by the National Convention assembled at Swamp- scott, Massachusetts. Alpha Tau purchased its present home in 1927. First Row: McCarthy, McNally, Eckhardt, Mrs. Seavey, K. Myhre, Elliott, Waterllouse, C. Myhre, Goodwin, Cox. Second Row: Constable, Chalmers, Briggs, Wfilliams, Preston, Morrison, Dower, Jacques, O'Neil. Third Row: Jacobs, Cram, Taylor, Ridlon, Evans, Richards, Brakeley. ' 200 ' .4 1 - ALPHA TAU CHAPTER SENIORS Rachael Cox Alma Elliott Frances McNally lathe ire Myhre Doris Eckhardt Harriet Goodwin Carolyn Myhre Elizabeth Viaterhouse JUNIOR Mary McCarthy SOPHOMORES Barbara Brakely Barbara Burns Grace McDaniels Penelope Richards Dorothy Briggs Madelyn Cram Priscilla Preston Ramona wTilli3II1S Certrude Jacobs Elizabeth Ridlon FRESHMEN Cornelia Constable Margaret Dower Arlene Ladd ,lean Morrison Majorie Chalmers Dorothy Jacques Marie 0'Neil Ann Taylor 201 A ALPHA XI ll LTA Established: 1914 Founded 1893 at Lombard College President . . BEVERLY ROWELL Vice-President . . . . ELIZABETH KINSMAN Secretary . . . BARBARA ADAMS Treasurer . ' . RUTH BRALEY N April 17, 1893, at Lombard College, Galesburg, Illinois Know Knox Collegej Alpha Xi Delta was founded by ten earnest young women. From the very beginning it was the intention that Alpha Xi Delta should not remain a local sorority. ln 1901-1902 definite plans for nationalization were finally made, and the constitution was formally adopted on April 17, 1902. Since then Alpha Xi Delta has grown and spread to fifty-five colleges in all parts of the United States, concentrated particularly in the Middle West where it had its beginning. At New Hampshire State College in 1914, Phi Delta was the first local sorority to become aiiiliated with a National organization, and became Tau Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta. In 1924 Alpha Xi Delta built the first sorority house to be erected on this campus, the present home of Tau Chapter. Throughout the history of its growth, Alpha Xi Delta has striven to promote the ideal of its founders, the spirit of friendship among its members and sister sororities. Adams, Jordan, Gillette, Crooks, Deveneau, Webb, Bassett, Fuller, Jasper, Moore. Moran, Sweezey, Carson, James, Braley, E. Kinsman, .Mrs. McClellan, Rowell, Adams, Emery, Sippell, Lane Kelligrew. Third Row: Alden, Peavey, Crosby, Barnwell, Wood, Hale, Napier, Henderson, Sanborn, Lang, Mackenzie, Pierce, N. Kinsman, Teel, D. Kimball, F letcher, Gibson, Gordon. Fourth Row: Gould, F. Kimball, Clark, Sweet, Hillier, Adams, Jordan, Gillette, Crooks, Deveneau, Webb, Bassett, Fuller, Jasper, Moore. 202 f'1 I-1 11:1 Marie Carson Marie Collins Priscilla Emery Priscilla Emery Barbara Adams Jean Adams Virginia Alden Polly Crooks Constance Fletcher Sally Barnwell Betty Bassett Shirley Clark Hale Crosby A Phyllis Deveneau Florence Fletcher P 'FAU UHAPTER SENIORS Marion James Winnif1'ed Moran Madeline Kelligrew Beverly Rowell JUNIORS Ruth Braley .lean Halpin Alice Gordon Eleanor Hillier Eleanor Gould Elizabeth Kinsman Dorothy Haines Madeline Papachristos SOPHOMORES Virginia Fuller Constance Hale Dorothy Jasper Marjorie Moore Virginia Henderson Carolyn Napier Freda Gardner Patricia Gibson Evelyn Gillette Virginia Hill Patricia Jordan Dorothy Kimball PLEDGES Flora Kimball Nancy Kinsman Margaret Lane Vera Lang .lean McKenzie Alice Monroe I Helen Sippell Ruth Sweezey Sally Shaw Dorothy Sparks J oan Sweet Margaret Preble Anne Stevens Mary Peavey Audrey Pierce Polly Sanborn Allison Teel Alice Webb Mildred Wood First Row: F. Metcalf, Austin, Clark, Little, Williams, Coburn. Second Row: Pitman, Haggart, Stone, Temple, Sims, Chase, Mrs. Pearl, Hirschner, McCrillis, Gay, Davison, Vasiliou, Kearney, Tolman. Third Row: Leeper, Vaughan, Eastman, Walsh, Dwight, Donahue, Davis, Fraser, Richardson, Riley, Pfadenhauer, Barry, Carter, Chamberlin, R. Donahoe, Phillips, Flanagan, Pride, Doyle. Fourth Row: Buchan, Sughrue, Kuntz, Smith, Percy, Booth, Sanborn, Shay, Mitchell, Blodgett, M. Wendell, Critcherson, M. Metcalf, H. Wendell, Dickson, Drowns. CHI UMEGA Established: 1915 Founded 1895 University of Arkansas President . . LUELLA HIRSCHNER Vice-President. . . BARBARA CHASE Secretary. . . FRANCES MCCRILLIS Treasurer . . . . LAURA SIMS H1 OMEGA was founded at the University of Arkansas on April 5, 1895 by four co-eds with the assistance of Dr. Charles Richardson, who was a member of the faculty, and of the Kappa Sigma fraternity. Chi Omega was founded as a national organization, and one to be established in all types of schools. At present, there are ninety-four chapters of Chi Omega in forty-three of our forty- eight states. There are seventy alumni chapters. The policies of Chi Omega lead to interests in social service work, vocations, business, public affairs, science, and the arts. Every year Chi Omega sponsors the presentation of the National Achievement Award, which is a gold medal, presented to the most outstanding woman in any of the fields mentioned above. Chi Omega was established on this campus in 1915, when members of the local sorority, Alpha Alpha Alpha, became members of this organization. 204 Virginia Percy Barbara Chase Barbara Clausen Ruth Davison Kathryn Barry MU ALPHA UIIAPTER Elizabeth Dillon Luella Hirschner Frances McCrillis Margaret Metcalf Eloise Noyes ' Barbara Phillips Laura Sims Meda Stone J UNIORS Kate Chamberlin Eleanor Gay Priscilla Booth Rita Donahoe Ruth Ann Greenlee .lean Buchan Marjorie Folz Mary Elizabeth Kearney Hope Carter , SOPHOMORES Josephine Blodgett Nancy Donahue Dorothy Mitchell Eleanor Critcherson Elinor Doyle I Barbara Pride Ruth Dickson Minnie Kuntz Lois Ricl1ardson PLEDGES .lane Austin Constance Clark Eleanor Dwight Barbara Eastman Beryl Coburn - Dorothy Flanagan Velma Davis Barbara Drowns Ruth Fraser Ruth Ha ggart Lorraine Leeper Polly Little Frances Metcalf Ruth Pfadenhauer Marjorie Pitman Mary Temple Helen Vasiliou Helen Wendell J oyce Sanborn Constance Smith Edna Riley Marion Wendell Rebecca Williams Elizabeth Shay .lean Sughrue Carol Tolman Martha Vaughan Aline Walsh First Row: Farnsworth, Dyke, Pattee, Peckham, Grant, Durfee, Jacques. Second Row: Cordeau, Stimson, Wall, Oher, Krewski, Phair. Third Row: Cummings, Brown, Jewell, Peterson, Rollins, KAPPA DELTA President . . ALICE PECKHAM Vice-President . . PATRICIA PATTEE Secretary . . - . ARLENE GRANT Treasurer . . . . VIRGINIA DYKE Faculty Member . . ELEANOR SHEEHAN SENIORS June Cordeau Betty Farnsworth Phyllis Morang Ruth Stimson Virginia Dyke J UNIOBS Katherine Brown Patricia Pattee SOPHOMORES Mavis Cummings Arlene Grant Dorothy Jacques Alice Peckham Eunice Durfee PLEDGES Bernice Hilton Helen Krewski Barbara Peterson Ferne Rollins Esther Jewell Helen Oher Edith Phair Norma Wall 206 PI LAMBDA mm OFFICERS President . . . ELOISE BURQUE Vice-President . . . . RUTH LECLAIR Secretary . . . . PHYLLIS BETLEY Treasurer . . . CATHERINE SULLIVAN SENIORS Kathleen Beckingham Phyllis Betley Margaret Harrison Gladys Zulauf Eloise Burque Kazmiera Sopel JUNIORS Marie Donahue Josephine Kleczynska Ruth LeClair Catherine Sullivan SOPHOMORES Ann Grimes Beryl Marcotte Faith Williams FRESHMAN Cecile Cote PLEDGES Sophie Byk Helena Dobek Rachel LaFlamme Albertine Phaneuf Helen Cassily Marjorie Farwell Edna Mardigian Elizabeth Williams First Row: Farwell, La F lamme, E. W'illiams, Dobek, Phaneuf. Second Row: Sopel, Kleczynska, Sullivan, Burque, Betley, Marcotte, F. Williams. Third Row: Cote, Harrison, Donahue, Cassily, Beckingham, Cote, Grimes. 207 First Row: Cove, Adrian, Smith, Bacon, Mrs. Armstrong, Cooke, Woodbury. Second Row: Car- lisle, Handly, Coulombe, Hurlbert, Johnson, Strout, Pickett, Defusco, Ingram. Third Row: Scott, Pearson, Dempsey, Hill, St. Clair, Bishop, Page, Mercer. PHI M Established: 1919 Founded 1852 at Wesleyan College President . . . . MILDRED BACON First Vice-President . . . FRETTA COOKE Second Vice-President . . RUTH SMITH Secretary .... . ELEANOR ADRIAN Treasurer . . ELEANOR WOODBURY HI MU, the second oldest secret organization for women, was founded ,lan- uary 4, 1852, by three outstanding students in Weslyan College, Macon, Georgia, the oldest college for women in America. The organization was first called the Philomathean Society. Robert E. Lee and Jefferson Davis were among the first honorary members. Except for a short time during the Civil War, when activities were suspended, the mother chapter grew in tradition and influence until it became a national organization in 1904. There are now sixty-two active chapters, flourishing from Maine to California. In 1911 Phi Mu was admitted to the National Panhellenic Congress. The National Philanthropic Endowment Fund assures the permanence of a national philanthrophy, the Healthmobile. The Building Fund has as- sisted many chapters in financing their homes. Beta Gamma chapter of Phi Mu grew out of the local sorority, Pi Delta, becoming a member chapter of tl1e national organization in February 1919. Alpha Delta Theta affiliated with Phi Mu on November 6, 1939. 208 BETA GAMMA CHAPTER SENIORS Mildred Bacon F retta Cook Ruth Smith JUNIOBS Eleanore Adrian Anne Carlisle Margaret Hill Eleanor Woodbury Beatrice Bishop Evelyn Handly Janet Pickett I SOPHOMORES Bheta Coulombe Daphne Hurlhert Virginia Page Florence Strout Carol Cove PLEDGES Doris Churchill Esther DeFusco Marjorie Johnson Lorene Scott Phyllis Churchill Jean Dempsey Elizabeth Mercer Constance St. Clair Faye Ingram Gretchen Pearson 209 'l'llE'l'A P ILO Established: 1930 Founded University of California 1921 President . . . 4 MARY R. SARSON Vice-President . . . JOSEPHINE LYON Secretary . . EDWINA RUSSEL Treasurer . . . . ELIZABETH EDSON Advisor . . MRS. FREDERICK WALKER T the suggestion of Dean Lucy Ward Stebbins, University of California, twelve girls organized the Mekatina Club in 1913-1914 according to university regulations. In 1921, also at the dean's advice, they founded a new sorority, and on April 24, 1921 the Club became Alpha Chapter of Theta Upsilon. When the Fraternity was admitted to full membership in the National Panhellenic Congress in 1928, it included fifteen chapters. Since that time the number of chapters has increased to thirty-two. ln 1930, what had been a local organization, Sigma Omicron, became Tau Chapter of the national sorority, Theta Upsilon, on the campus of the University of New Hampshire. Dr. Naomi Ekdahl, present national chaplain and also faculty advisor to Tau, was the first person to be initiated into membership in Tau Chapter. First Row: L. Eastman, Perry, D. Sawyer, Pike, E. Sawyer, B. Parker, M. Eastman, Thompson, Ingebretsen. Second Row: Bartlett, Colman, L. Edson, Robinson, Lyon, Mrs. Horton, Sarson, Mrs. Walker, Russell, Howe, Taylor, Freeman, Harriman, Moore, White. Third Row: Gelatt, Brackett, Howard, Holt, Trafton, Ames, Draper, Malsch, Ferry, Smith, Rowell, L. Eastman, Shorey, Grady, Hutton, Page, Stoddard, Stanton, Baily, Chandler, Lydiard. Fourth Row: Morrison, Rudd, Hitchcock, French, Clement, Buxton, Browne, Smith, Haskins, Parker, L. Edson, Pulisfer, Goodhue, Hayden, Mclntire, Weatherll, Peno, Ekdahl, Hamilton, Perkins. 210 Helen Bartlett Katherine Carpenter Shirley Clement Alice Colman Betty Browne Elizabeth Buxton Natalie Chandler Lois Draper Laurenia Eastman Barbara Ames Phyllis Bacon Louise Eastman Louise Edson Annette Brackett Miriam Eastman Ruth French Marilyn Hamilton Katherine Hitchcock TAU UHAPTER Mary Freeman Natalie Goodhue Ruth Grady Mildred Hutton Rachel Mclntyre Rachel Moore Elizabeth Harriman Louise Pulsifer J UNIORS Elizabeth Edson Dorothy Ferry Eilene Foss Doris Gelatt Clara Hayden i Martha Holt Mary Gertrude Howe Margaret Hughes Josephine Lyon Susan Malsch SOPHOMORES Miriam Ekdahl Doris Greenaway Olive Haskins Jean Howard Claire Parker Avis Perkins Dorothy Perry Dorothy Page PLEDGES Virginia Lydiard Marion lngebretsen Rachel Morrison Beverly Parker Jeanette Peno Jeanne Pike Margaret Rowell Edith Rudd Lillian Robinson Mary Sarson Dorothy White Reita Pierce Edwina Russell Alice Shorey Phyllis Stanton Priscilla Taylor Shirley Smith Virginia Smith Ellen Stoddard Doris Trafton Elinor Sawyer Dorothy Sawyer Annette Thompson Marcia Weatherill N E N s 1 W N -g,..:','n"1j- . 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SOPHOMORES ' RAYMOND DOYLE ROGER J UDKINS FRESHMAN WAYNE LOWRY MARTIN MCLEOD DOYLE J UDKINS LOWRY LAWSON BUCHANAN I SWEATT 215 RACHEL MOORE ASSOClA'l'l0N 0F WIIMEN STUDENT EXECUTIVE COUNCIL President RACHEL MOORE Vice-President ALICE COLMAN ALICE COLMAN ELEANDRE ADRIAN Secretary BARBARA BURNS BARBARA BURNS ANN REBER Treasurer ELEANORE ADRIAN ELOISE NOYES ALMA ELLIOTT BARBARA DWIGHT MARIE DONAHUE ELEANOR MCNULTY DOROTHY CORBIN MADELINE PAPACHRISTOS ELEANOR HILLIER 216 0 BARBARA CHASE MOR'l'AIl SBUARII President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer E ditor-H istorian DORIS ECKHARDT RUTH GRADY MILDRED BACON KATHERINE MYHRE BARBARA CHASE MILDRED BACON ANN REBER KATHERINE MYHRE MARION JAMES RACHEL MOORE ANN REBER MARION JAMES ELEANOR MCNULTY BLUE KEY SENIOR HONORARY SOCIETY Founded 1921 RICHARD NELLSON President HERBERT JOHNSON PHILIP DUNLAP Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer JOHN HANLON - HARRY HAYNES GEORGE MCCAFFREY BURTON MITCHELL CARL RANDALL PETER WELLENBERGER WILLIAM SPEARMAN EDWARD SAUER FRED XVINTERBOTTOM 218 219 SENIIIR SKULLS SENIOR HONORARY SOCIETY Founded 1910 azlfivmg' Vgiiifffxlf' balm . w First Row: Stimson, Howes, Iddles, Woodruff, Parker, Moran, Phillips, Woodward, Moore. Second Row: Sives, Shimer, Smith, James, Alexander, McLaughlin, Case, Hitchcock, Madden, Kauppmen, 0'Shea. Third Row: Chadwick, Kichline, Ozog, McClary, Livingston, Bayrer, Hay, Norman Alexander Erma Andrews Hardy, Briggs. PHI KAPPA PIII President CLIFFORD PARKER Vice-President RUTH WooDRUFF Secretary ALBERTA J oHNsoN Treasurer THOMAS MCGRAIL Corresponding Secretary L. PI-IELPS LATIMER FACULTY Paul Grigaut Tenho Kauppinen Ernest Ritzman Jesse Hepler John Kendall Herbert Rudd Donald Babcock George Bauer Anna Baum Edmond Bowler Charles Burr George Case Donald Chapman Olga Conon Paul Dupell Gale Eastman ' John Archibald Mildred Bacon Ralph Bayrer Otis Briggs David Chadwick Kathleen Chandler Donald Davidson Ruth Davison Paul Drew ' Leroy Higgins Leon Hitchcock Horace Howes Karol Hujsak Allen Hussey Harold Iddles Alma Jackson C. Floyd Jackson Alberta Johnson Dorothy Kalijarvi Thorsten Kalijarvi L. Phelps Latimer Henry Lawler Bertha Leathers Philip Marston Thomas McGrail Helen McLaughlin Walter' O'Kane Clifford Parker Thomas Phillips Ford Prince Alfred Richards SENIORS Virginia Dyke Alfred F ernald William Ford Ernest Gould Albert Hardy Richard Hay Alvin Ingram Marion James Philip Johnson Vlfilliam Jones Thomas Kichline Ralph Livingston Arthur Madden Howard McClary Frances McNally Benjamin Mooney Rachel Moore Paul Nichols 221 Harold Scudder Stanley Shimer Lucinda Smith Melvin Smith George White Ruth Woodruff Karl Woodward Harry Woodwor Willa Wyatt Alfred Yeager Eloise Noyes Rita O'Shea Julius Ozog George Rogers John Rowell Charlotte Sives Ruth Stimson th Kenneth Woodbury Robert Young RXXXXXWIIIIIQ 45 EB 'L' SPHINX Quail YNY-TT JUNIUR ll0N0llAliY SUCIETY SNOWMAN DUFFY PIFFARD President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS EDWARD BURTT ROGER CATTABRIGA ARTHUR CHADWICK GEORGE CILLEY LOUIS CRYANS EUGENE DUFFY SUMNER FELLMAN GEORGE GODFREY JACK KIRK HARLOW NELSON EUGENE NUTE CHARLES PIFFARD DWIGHT PRATT RICHARD SNOWMAN CHADWICK NUTE OFFICERS FELLMAN JACK KIRK LOUIS CRYANS EDWARD BURTT DWIGHT PRATT FRATERNITY Lambda Chi Alpha Tau Kappa Epsilon Pi Kappa Alpha Phi Delta Upsilon Theta Kappa Phi Phi Mu Delta A Phi Alpha Alpha Gamma Rho Theta Chi Caulclrons Kappa Sigma Sigma Alpha E psiloh Alpha Tau Omega Sigma Beta CATTABRIGA CILLEY NELSON GODFREY 223 T last the final copy has been forwarded to the printer. Soon the finished volume will be in the hands of tl1e student body for ap- proval-or condemnation. ln your judgment of this book please realize that it is altogether possible that errors or omissions may be noted. ln the rush of events, in the meeting of deadlines, in the compilation of information, and even in the planning of the book there was ample opportunity for errors and omis- sions to occur. If any such errors be noted, please remember that they are merely acci- dental and are not the result of any malice or forethought. It is the fond hope of the l94l Granite staff that this volume, presented as a chapter in the life of the University of New Hampshire, will provide the spark that will arouse memories of past achievements, incidents, and experi- ences of your four years of college life. ln the years to come may these memories remain vivid and be recalled more fully through this volume-your 194-l Granite. At this time I wish to express my sincere thanks and grateful acknowledgements to the members of the Granite staff who contributed so faithfully of their time and energy to the 1941 GRA ITE Granite Stay? Editor WILFRED FINDEISEN Business Manager ALLAN FERRY Associate Editor ' ELEANOR HILLIER Advertising .Manager DWIGHT PRATT Managing Editors MADELINE PAPAOHRISTOS, HOPE CARTER Photography Editors CHARLES CRAIG, JEAN HALPIN ELEANOR GAY MARY KEARNEY MARTHA HOLT DOROTHY HAINES SUMNER FELLMAN PRISCILLA TAYLOR Engraving Editor Activities Editor Organizations Editor Art Editor Sports Editor Features Editor Fraternity QQ: Sorority Editor JOAN SWEET Stay? Photographer EDMUND TEMPLE compilation of this volume. To the following grateful acknowledge- ments are extended: To the Robert W. Kelly Publishing Corp- oration for invaluable aid in planning, print- ing, and servicing this volume. To the Union-Leader Publishing Company Engraving Department for splendid coopera- tion and assistance. To tl1e Waid Studios for unfailing coopera- tion in securing the formal photography. To the late Professor Moran for photog- raphy work that would otherwise have been unobtainable. To Mr. John Spaven for football action pic- tures appearing in the football section of this volume. To Mr. Albion Wfarren for aid in securing photographs of campus activities. To John Stott and Charles Laflamme and the host of contributors to the photography contest for informal pictures. To Professors Scudder and Grigaut for their kindness in judging the photography contest. And last to Professor Arthur W. Johnson for his invaluable advice and counsel during the year. 224- PROFESSOR ARTHUR W. JOHNSON Faculty Advisor Granite Healers Josephine Blodgett Richard Cook Eleanor Critcherson Ruth Dickson Louise Eastman Albert Greenwood Genevieve Grygiel Jane Haubrich Raymond Henry Marjorie Holt Robert Joslin Robert Kelly Winfred Kennedy Gertrude Meinelt Peter Meneghin Dorothy Mitchell Carolyn Napier George Page Dorothy Perkins Dorothy Perry Barbara Pride Edna Riley Edward Richardson Edith Rudd William Rudd Herbert Smith Charles Untiet Marion Wendell Ramona Williams Rebecca Williams First Row: Gay, Holt, Papacbristos. Second Row Clalg Hllllex Ilindeisen 1"e1ry Halpln Fell man. Third Row: Temple Ciltel Kefuney Haines Tfnylol Sweet THE " EW HAMP HIRE" CREELEY S. BUCHANAN Editor CREELEY S. BUCHANAN Business Manager ROBERT LEWIS Assistant Business Manager RICHARD HAY Associate Editor DONALD LAWSON Managing Editor SUMNER FELLMAN Circulations Editor WiNSTON LEAVITT Advertising Manager IRVING THOMAS News Editors PRISCILLA TAYLOR - MYRON ROSEN ALBERT SHARPS RICHARD COOK DONALD A. LAWSON RICHARD HAY PRISCILLA TAYLOR f 226 First Row: Taylor, Lewis, Buchanan, Lawson, Kennedy. Second Row Leavitt Cook Thoma Assistants Arthur Barrett Edith Blake Charles Clark Richard Clark Cornelia Constable Phyllis Deveneau Dorothea 'Dowell Virginia Fuller Ruth Haggart Raymond Henry Robert Joslin Richard LaRoche Pauline Little Gertrude Meinelt Peter Meneghen Rachel Morrison Doris Moscardini James Moulton Paul Nolan Robert Nolan Jeanette Peno Esther Peaslee Stella Pinska Frances Robinson Elinor Sawyer Herbert Smith Katherine Sullivan Charles Untiet Martha Vaughan Alice Webb Faith Williams Sharps, Hay, Rosen, Fellman 227 First Row: Kinsman, Fishman, Hutton, Brown, Alden, Marshall, Pillsbury. Second Row: James Edson, Dyer, Sarson, Smith, Hennessy, Adams, Coplen, Cox, Briggs. Third Row: Grabowski Schlesinger, Birenbaum, Israel, Vasiliou, Farrar, Callahan, Craig, Gorman, Mitchell, Hazen Tuxbury, Beckley, Kirk, Dearborn. Fourth Row: Krauzer, Stevens, Gile, Olsen, Jones, Phenix Crockett, Manzone, WebsteI', Edes, Hay, Fernald, Holt. MA K A Il DAGGER President PHIL SMITH Vice-President MARY SARSON Treasurer DAVID BARKIN Secretary JEAN ADAMS Technical Director Scenic Director Electrical Director Publicity Director Property Director Musical Director PAUL PRINCE RAYMOND DYER ALFRED FERNALD MARTIN HOLT ELIZABETH EDSON LEONARD COPLEN SENIORS Avis Bailey Beatrice Fishman Marion James Philip Smith David Barkin David Gile Brayton Jones Robert Twombley Barbara Cheney Lorraine Gorman Roger LaPointe Kenneth Tuxbury Leonard Coplen David Hazen Louis McDonough Helen Vasiliou Rachael Cox Martin Holt Paul Prince Ralph Beckley Alfred Fernald Mildred Hutton Mary Sarson JUNIORS Elizabetl1 Edson Earl Krauzer William Gardner Barbara Marshall Norman Birenbaum Carolyn Hamlin John Mitchell Jean Adams Virginia Alden Marjorie Callahan RiclIard Hay Robert Nolan Charles Chapman Louis Israel Richard Phenix Charles Craig J ack Kirk Francis Schlesinger Raymond Dyer SOPHOMORES Peter Grabowski Dorothy Briggs Penelope Richards 228 Vaughan Stevens Katherine Brown Walter Webster Elizabeth Kinsman Justine Pillsbury Robert Olsen Mario Manzone Elwyn Dearborn Scene from Our Town v Scene from You Canft Take It With You Scene from You Can't Take I t With You Scene from Our Town First Row: Mauricette, Halpin. Second Row: Kenison, Napier, Draper, Snowman Liberty Emery, Jahoda, Sparks. Third Row: Stevens, Lane, Adams, Lanyon, Sweet, Garland Ayer Page Whitcher. Fourth Row: Bennett, Steele, Whitmyre, Nutter, Woodward, Spellman Moore Bls ell 0U'l'ING CL B President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Director of Carnival Established 1923 OFFICERS Director of H orse-Show Director of Trip Director of Transportation Director of Publicity Director of Cabins and Trails Director of Women,s Activities VICTOR TYSON . RICHARD SNOWMAN Lois DRAPER KENNETH KENISON J AMES LIBERTY PRISCILLA EMERY EUGENE NUTE LEWIS BISSELL WILLIAM J AI-IODA JOHN NUTTER DOROTHY SPARKS ADVISORS Mis Henry Clapp Mr. Edward Y. Blewett Mr. Arnold Perreton Miss Marian Beckwith Mr. Loring V. Tirrell Mr. Richard Daland Mr. A. W. Johnson MEMBERS OF BLUE CIRCLE SENIORS Francis Ayer Priscilla Emery James Liberty Francis Spellman Franklin Ayer Harry Haynes Stewart Marshall Victor Tyson Nelson Bennett Kenneth Kenison John Nutter , Raymond Wfhltcher Lewis Bissell Russell Lane Winton Seymour Karl Woodward JUNIORS Jean Adams William Hildreth William Moore Dorothy Sparks Lois Draper William J ahoda Eugene Nute J Oan Sweet Jeanette Gagnon Stanley Low Richard Snowman Paul Townsend Jean Halpin Lynn Whitmyre SOPHOMORES Buhrman Garland Eleanor Mauricette Dorothy Page Harold Lanyon Carolyn Napier Lois Richardson 230 Anne Stevens Howard Steele HE University of New Hampshire Outing Club was organized in 1915 by a small group of students, interested in outdoor activities and has grown until it is now the largest student organization on campus. Membership is open to all students and faculty interested in winter sports, hiking, and numerous other forms of outdoor recreation. The club sponsors these activities by running trips to its cabins at Mendum's Pond, Franconia Notch, and Pinkham Notch. Other activities include the Freshman Outing, the Annual University Horse Show, Winter Carnival Ball, and lectures and moving pictures. This year has been one of the most successful in the club's history. Attend- ance at the Freshman Outing exceeded-all past records. The freshmen were transported to the cabin at Mendum's Pond and given a supper, entertainment, and general good time. At the Annual Horse Show, the number and quality of horses entered was far in excess of expectations. Winter Carnival was the high- light of the year with a greater attendance at the various events than ever before. The Ice Carnival proved to be of exceptional quality, with Ernest Howes, of Ice Follies fame, performing at the University pool. Facilities for weekend trips were greatly improved with the construction of a new and well equipped cabin at Jackson near Pinkham Notch. The club was host this spring to the Intercollegiate Outing Club Association. First Row: Dr. E. Atkinson, Bulger, Sweet, Jr., Stott, Chadwick Klchllne Mitchell Daggett Iddles. Second Row: Morgan, Wilson, Clark, Hussey, Davis Hart Shlmer Lufkln Kee Ingram Rowell. Third Row: Pokigo, Wilson, Carroll, Gormly, Robinson Lawler Morin Batchelder Madden., Johnson. ALPHA CHI IGMA Chapter Mu I Established 1911 Master Alchemist Vice-Master Alchemist Master Chemist Founded at University of Wisconsin 1909 DAVID CHADWICK THOMAS KICHLINE BURTON MITCHELL HAROLD SWEET JR JOHN P BULOER Reporter Treasurer Recorder FRATRES IN F ACULTATE Dr. Edward R. Atkinson Wilfred Wilson Dr. Albert F. Daggett Dr. Harold A. Iddles Robert T. Hart Allen S. Hussey John Bulger David Chadwick Alvin Ingram Philip Johnson Thomas Kichline Arthur Madden Richard Gormly Harrison Kee James Lufkin Dr. Charles M. Mason Dr. Stanley R. Sclumei SENIORS Burton Mitchell John Reid, Jr. John Rowell John Stott Harold Sweet, Jr J UN IORS Frances Pokigo Howard Wilson 232 First Row: Alden, Chandler, Stanton, Spear, Hutton, Shorey. Second Row: Flint Sattler Sheinuk, Myhre, Sweat, Moscardini, Rowell, Buchanan, Nellson. Third Row: Kaplan, Wentzell Myhre, Ford, Phenix, Cortez, Nye, Vasiliou, Sopel, Rand, Lippman. 'l'A KAPPA ALPHA President ROBERT SWEATT Vice-President LEO MOSCARDINI Recording Secretary BEVERLY ROWELL Corresponding Secretary KATHERINE MYHRE Toastmaster RICHARD NELLSON Treasurer AMY RAND Sergeant-at-A rms CREELEY BUCHANAN MEMBERS GRADUATES John Hall Albert McCaugney ' SENIORS Esther Adnoff Creeley Buchanan Judith Cohen Gordon Flint William Ford Virginia Alden Natalie Chandler Jeanette Gagnon Pearl Lippman Mildred. Hutton Milton Kaplan Leo Moscardini Carolyn Myhre Katherine Myhre J UNIORS Edwin Nye Richard Phenix Amy Rand J acob Sheinuk 233 Richard Nellson Beverly Rowell Kazmiera Sopel Faith Stanton Helen Vasiliou Alice Shorey Ruth Spear Ruth Stoughton Robert Sweatt I Chancellor Scribe Treasurer Chronicler Max Abell Perley Ayers T. Burr Charles Henry Davis Lawrence Dougherty M. Gale Eastman Leon Glover Robert Breck Clifford Bullock Leon Charity Walter Bodwell John Chadwick Prescott Farrar Wilfred Findeisen First Row: Leighton, Chadwick, Wood, Johnson. Second Row: Wilson, Moore, Moulton, Wheeler, Rodger, Charles, Morrow. Third Row: Leavitt, S. Johnson, Woods, Rawlings, Tirrell, Latimer, Findeisen, Kirk, Higgins. Fourth Row: Keach, Godfrey, Farrar, Haubrick, Scott, Bodwell, Charity, Garland. ALPHA ZETA Honorary Agricultural Society Chapter: Granite Established: 1903 Founded at Ohio State University EDWIN WHEELER PAUL RAYNES EDWIN MOULTON GEORGE ROGERS FRATERS IN FACULTATE Jesse Hepler Leroy Higgins Harold Iddles John Kendall L. Phelps Latimer Carl Martin Herbert Moore Kenneth Morrow Thomas Phillips Elwood Pierce Warren Rogers Charles Ross Stanley Shimer William Smith SENIORS Ernest Gould Arthur Prescott Paul Prince Paul Raynes George Rogers Edwin Wheeler .l UN IORS Frederick Garland Samuel Johnson George Godfrey William Johnson William Keach 2 34 Roger Leighton Clark Stevens Frederick Taylor Loring Tirrell L. Yeager Clarence Wadleigh Stanley Wilson Karl Woodward Walter Woods Gordon Woolner Gordon Maclntosh Edwin Moulton Herman Scott PHI IGMA Honorary Society of Biological Sciences Kenneth Anderson Erma Andrews Dr. Charles Bottorff Dr. Donald Chapman Mrs. James Conklin Dr. James Conklin Dr. Stewart Dunn Dr. Robert Eadie Dr. Francis G. Evans Reeshon Feuer Mrs. Lloyd Fogg Richard Beattie Robert Blickle Phillip Couture Clyde Coodrum Ernest Gould Kenneth Kenison Marion MacMartin Frank Perron John Chadwick Patrick Fitzgerald Fred Garland Eleanor Hillier FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. Lloyd Fogg Dr. Leon Clover Mrs. H. Ham Dr. Leroy Higgins Dr. Albion Hodgdon Mrs. Jackson Dr. C. Floyd Jackson Dr. L. Phelps Latimer Dr. Carl L. Martin Dr. T. Ralph Mayers Alberta Morrill GRADUATE STUDENTS Robert Norton Robert Osborne Maurice Provost Howard Smith SENIORS Michael Piecewicz Paul Prince Archibald Ramage Francis Spellman J UN IORS Nlartha Holt William J ahoda William Keach J ack Kirk Dr. Andrew Oberlander Mrs. Richardson Eleanor Sheehan Dr. Lawrence Slanetz Dr. William Smith Dr. Clark Stevens Mrs. A. Stewart Josephine Taub Dr. George White Dr. Karl Woodward Louisa Stuart Arthur Teeri Joseph Tinker Joseph Stone Gordon Tower Gordon Woolner Paul Shaw Richard Snowman Raymond Wood F lrst Row: Kirk, Taub, MacMartin, Couture, Dunn, Stuart, Stone, Hillier, Holt. Second Row: Prince Perron, Snowman, Keach, Piecewicz, Jahoda, Ramage, Chadwick, Bottorff. Third Row: Hodgdon, Shaw, Gould, Spellman, Fitzgerald, Beattie, Woolmer. 235 First Row: Kichline, Chadwick, Livingston, Madden, Howes, Draper, P. Hall, Moran Ingram Second Row: Barnard, Winn, Nye, Findeisen, Bodwell, Wfayne, Woods, Keach, Pike Hall Moulton. Third Row: Scott, Johnson, Wilson, Lobdell, Foggett, Spellman, Bayrer Hardy PHI LAMBDA PIII Honorary Physics Society OFFICERS President ARTHUR M.ADDEN Vice-President Lois DRAPER Secretary-Treasurer PHILIP HALL Sentinel William Hartwell Horace Howes Lew Batchelder Ralph Bayrer David Chadwick Donald Davidson Maurice Epstein Alfred E. Fernald Robert Barnard Walter Bodwell Lois E. Draper Wilfred Findeisefi Lloyd C. Hall Philip A. Hall FRATRES IN FACULTATE Harold Leavitt Albert Furman SENIORS Charles Foggett Albert Hardy Alvin Ingram Philip Johnson Thomas Kichline Ralph Livingstone .l UNIORS William Keach Kenneth C. Lobdell Edwin W. Moulton Edwin P. Nye John Parodi Lloyd Pike 236 RICHARD SMITH Raymond Starke Arthur Madden, J r Robert Osborne George Rogers John Stott Walter Woods Richard Smith Francis Spellman Donald Taylor Warner Wayne Howard Wilson Richard Winn First Row: Brodie, Ewing, Eggleston, Worcester, Wolf, Winn, Huddleston, Thomas, Webber. Second Row: Hall, Towne, Rooth, Downs, Bly, Arno, Myers, Towers, Dyer, Jones. ALPHA IGMA Honorary Architectural Society President MYER WOLF Vice-President BENJAMIN WORCESTER Secretary RICHARD WINN Treasurer J oHN EGGLESTON J ohn Eggleston James Brodie Raymond Dyer Lloyd Hall Ivan Arno Maxwell Campbell SENIORS Myer Vlfolf Benjamin Worcester JUNIORS Abbot J ones C. Harry Booth Edward Marcotte SOPHOMORES William Downs Ernest Towers David Webber SPECIAL STUDENTS Wilson Ewin Hamilton Myers Martin Souders Richard Winn Cliiford Towne Edwin Carlson Horace Bradt Rufus Bly 237 3 AMERICAN IIEIETY 0F CIVIL ENGINEER Chapter: New Hampshire Student Franklin Ayer Leland Burlingame Donald Davidson Thomas Johnson Edward Church Francis Chase George Eckman Alden Fox Founded in 1852 SENIORS Chester Lapeza Donald Loiselle Edmund Sheahan William Spearman .IUNIORS Harry Parr Lloyd Pike Richard Smith Donald Stockwell Established: 1928 Donald Wells Frank Wright Linwood Wyman Paul Townsend Warner Wayne Cecil Wentworth First Row: Fox, Loiselle, Wyman, Eckman, Ayer. Second Row: Townsend, Grasso Wayne Johnson, Spearman, Skelton, Sheahan. Third Row: Davidson, Stockwell, Church, Burlmgame Wright, Lapeza, Smith, Chase, Pike. 238 President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Dr. Joseph Bachelder Mildred Bacon W. Otis Briggs Katherine Carpenter Rachel Cox Elizabeth Dillon Janice Fifield Ruth Hillson Janet Ford Elisabeth Kinsman ALPHA KAPPA DELTA FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dr. Charles Coulter SENIORS Elizabeth Keefe Madeline Kelligrew John Kerr Margaret Lane Howard McClary Elizabeth McCrone J UNIORS Ada Nudd Rose Sherman JULIUS Ozoc W. OTIS Bluccs MILDRED BACON ALICE SHOREY Miss Rosamond Merrill Carolyn Myhre Richard Nellson Julius Ozog Stella Pinska Ruth Smith Meda Stone Alice Shorey .loan Sweet Front Row: Merrill, Hillson, Fifield, McCrone. Second Row: Bacon, Coulter, Myhre Lane Pinska. Third Row: Kinsman, Ozog, Briggs, Nellson, McClary, Smith, Nudd 239 First Row: Krauzer, Chapman, Mitchell, Jones, Fishman, Farrar, Israel, Firestone. Second Row: Head, Datson, Hamilton, Kleftis, Cram, Macalaster, Weston, Leggett, Satzow, Plowright, Earle Nevers, Beal. Third Row: French, Roberts, Osgood, Sylvain, Ekman, Lord, Clark, Yoffee, Smith Prescott, Lobdell, Moulton, Widger, Moran, Batchelder. Fourth Row: Martin, Knowles, Davis Tewksbury, Marshall, Mead, Higgins, McIntyre, Johnson, Nute, Hastings, Bascom, Lang, Stohrer Gordon, Winn, Davis. OFFICERS President PRESCOTT FARRAR Secretary LoU1s ISRAEL Treasurer CHARLES CHAPMAN Manager EARL KRAUZER Librarian CHARLES FIRESTONE SENIORS Alfred Higgins George Jones Jr. JUNIORS Charles Chapman Prescott Farrar Charles Firestone Louis Israel Earl Krauzer Neal Batcheldor Wesley Brooms Robert French George Gordon Paul Hamilton Joseph Johnson Russell Beal William Clark Milton Cram Richard Datson Forrest Davis John Earle Bernard Eckman Ellsworth Davis Frank Gray George Le Loup George Macalaster Robert Martin John Mitchell SOPHOMORES Perry Knowles Paul Mclntire Walter Mead Ashley Nevers Thomas Plowright John Roberts FRESHMEN Carroll Hastings William Head George Kleftis Robert Lang Robert Leggett William Lord Ralph Messer Robert Messer Harold Moran 240 Eugene Nute Robert Prescott Robert Rowe Bernard Yoffee Malcolm Smith Philip Stackpole William Weston William Widger Maurice Winn James Moulton Robert Osgood David Powers Meyer Satzow George Stohrer Charles Sylvain George Freese Nelson Tewksbury First Row: Church, Brodie, Schlesinger, Pike, Hall, Dennett, Gardner, Gay, Sanduski, Winn, Townsend. Second Row: Lucier, Brunel, Martin, Hayes, Low, Leavitt, Elliott, Ferry, Jacques, Chase, Angers, Pickering, Billings, Lundin. Third Row: Fox, Jones, Heath, Goodell, Thomsen, Kee, Openshaw, Wayne, Craig, Beaulieu, Spicer, Bulger, Lang, Piper, Hall, Kehoe, Pratt, Frey, Church. Fourth Row: J. Clark, R. Clark, Downs, Smith, Cheeseman, Morse, Mead, Campbell, Styrna, Oliver, Parker, M. Clark, Johnson, Kimball, Cricenti, Stevens, Kirk. li. 0. 'l'. U. Junior Ofiicers COAST ARTILLERY ' James Brodie Alden Fox Lloyd Pike Ernest Bulger William Gardner Frank Sanduski Howard Burch Burt Gay Francis Schlesinger Alan Campbell Richard Goodell Richard Smith Francis Chase' -H Lloyd Hall Leonard Spicer Herbert Cheeseman Allen Church Edward Church Oliver Dennett William Downs Roy Elliott Walter Angers ' Philip Beaulieu Linwood Billings Wilson Brunel James Clark Millard Clark Richard Clark Charles Craig George Cricenti Allan Ferry Gordon Frey George Heath Abbott Jones Harrison Kee Winston Leavitt Stanley Low Rodman Lundin INFANTRY Georges Godfrey Fred Hall John Hayes Robert Jacques Robert Johnson Kenneth Kehoe Robert Kimball .lack Kirk Robert Lang Alphonse Lucier Horace Martin, Jr. 241 Stanley Styrna Henning Thomsen Paul Townsend Warner Wayne Richard Winn Henry Mead Warren Morse Gharles Oliver Frank Openshaw Clarence Parker Fred Pickering Robert Piper Dwight Pratt Vaughan Stevens Raymond Wood Francis Ayer Franklin Ayer John Bulger Arthur Carr Donald Davidson Alfred Fernald Irving Franklin Peter Galanes David Gile Albert Hardy Carleton Brown Cliiford Bullock Hugh Chapman James Corcoran Lloyd Coutts Llewellyn Craven Warren Davison Albert Edgerly Donald Egan Milton Fontaine R. 0. T. C. Senior Oflicers COAST ARTILLERY Henry Hatchell George Kimball James Lane Chester Lapeza Robert Lord Kenneth Lovell Burton Mitchell William Moore Robert Perkins INFANTRY Conrad Goertz William Greer Gerald Griiiin John Hanlon Richard Ivers Herbert Johnson Roger Lapointe George Laramie Robert Lewis George McCafl'ery Leslie Price John Richardson William Slater Richard Smith Stewart Walker John Wolcott Francis Worcester John Worden Robert Young Kenneth Noseck Theodore Plante Edward Plodzik Paul Prince Carl Randall William Sanderson Edward Sauer Wilfred Walton Frederick Winterbotton First Row: Lord, Ayer, Noseck, Ivers, Lapointe, McCaffery, Lapeza, Mitchell, Egan, Plodzick Kimball, Plante, Craven, Wolcott, Sanderson. Second Row: Randall, Ayer, Brown, Fernald Davidson, Carr, Prince, Price, Davis, Franklin, Bulger, Greer, Smith, Coutts, Richardson, Gile Worden, Lewis, Galanes. Third Row: Sauer, Goertz, Johnson, Lovell, Slater, Edgerly, Winter: bottom, Corcoran, Perkins, Walton, Bullock, Chapman, Worcester, Hardy, Walker, Johnson Young. 242 9 9 7 CABBARII A II BLADE F. Company 6th Regiment Established: 1926 Founded 1904 OFFICERS Captain GEORGE MCCAFFRLIY First Lieutenant FRED WINTERBOTTOM Second Lieutenant CARL RANDALL First Sergeant BURTON MITCHELL Advisor Lr.-CoLoNEL PAUL STARLINGS HONORARY MEMBERS SENIORS President Engelhardt Lt.-Colonel Starlings Major Prindle Colonel Smith John Bulger Thomas Craven Lloyd Coutts James Corcoran Warren Davison Harry Hatchell Ernest Bulger Francis Chase Lloyd Hendrick Abbot Jones Stanley Low Dean Blewett Major Cowen 'SENIORS Carl Randall Roger LaPointe John Wolcott Milton Fontaine William Greer Thomas Coertz Richard Ivers Herbert Johnson Richard Johnson William Slater Fred Winterbottom Wilfred Walton Chester Lapeza George McCaffrey JUN1oRs qpleagesp Leonard Spicer 4 Gordon Frey Walter Angers Russell Hayes Philip Beaulieu Robert Jacques Wilson Brunel Millard Clark Allen Ferry Jack Kirk Horace Martin Henry Mead Major Sharpe Burton Mitchell William Moore Kenneth Noseck Theodore Plante William Sanderson John Worden Clinton Morse Charles Oliver Clarence Parker Robert Piper Dwight Pratt F trst Row: Goertz, Noseck, Plante, Lapeza, Ivers, Mitchell, McCaffrey, Winterbottom, Randall, Lapointe, Craven, Johnson, Slater. Second Row: Hayes, Low, Worden, Greer, Johnson, Corcoran, Walton, Bulger, Coutts, Davison, Wolcott, Sanderson, Jones. Third Row: Bulger, Martin, Piper, Clark, Parker, Beaulieu, Morse, Brunel, Ferry, Oliver, Mead, Chase, Spicer, Jacques, Pratt, Angers, Frey, Kirk. 243 First Row: Pratt, Wilkins, Winn, Barbour. Second Row: Sweatt, Keadin, Gilman, Cheney Vasiliou, Mead. Third Row: Manton, Buchanan, Jones, Shaw, Kaplan. AINTERNATIUNAL RELA'l'IONS CLUB Otis Briggs Barbara Cheney James Corcoran Gordon Flint William Ford James Garvey Chapter: New Hampshire Established: 1928 OFFICERS President . HERBERT KEADIN Vice-President CREELEY BUCHANAN Secretary HELEN VASILIOU Treasurer BARBARA CHENEY SENIORS Louis Gilman Manuel Kopelman Ann Reder Creeley Buchanan Ruth Grady Solomon Leavitt Stanley Shmishiss Mildred Hutton James Liberty Francis Spellman Marion James Albert Manton Walter Szot Thomas Craven, Jr. Brayton Jones Howard McClary Helen Vasiliou Milton Kaplan Louis McDonough Eber Wein Louis Karosas Maxham Nash John Wolcott Herbert Keadin Stella Pinska Kenneth Woodbury John Kew Suzanne Pudiac .JUNIORS Norman Birenbaum Gordon Carlisle Edith Davis John Downing John Fahey Russell Foster . Sherwin Gerber Arthur Barbour Raymond Doyle Paul Lyons Peter Manos Maurice McKenna Henry Mead Robert Morrison Dwight Pratt John Shaw SOPHOMORES Ashley Nevers Maurice Pinks Dorothy Nyberg Neal Westfall FRESHMEN A John Marr Vinton Yeaton GRADUATE STUDENTS John Hall Charles Stevens Jean Halpin Robert Jacques Nettie J ones Stuart Katze Dorothy Laing Thomas Leonard Jeanette Lewis 244 Constance Smith Elton Smith Dana Sweet Robert Sweatt .loan Sweet Madeline Willis Richard Winn Violet Wilkins Erlon Woodward First Row: Perkins, Ford. Second Row: Daniels, Moore, Eastman, Robert James, Osborn, Sives, McMartin. Third Row: French, Hale, Rand, Burns, Tompkins, Cogger. STUDE 'I' CHRI TIA MIWEME 'I' Chairman Vice Chairman Secretary Treasurer Director Recreation Community Relations Publicity Membership W' orshi p Teas Sunday Evening Programs Food Social A ction Freshman Camp De puta tions ' Peace Q Comm uters World Christian Community Constitution C Inter Race Music OFFICERS CABINET DONALD OSBORN DAVID EASTMAN - CHARLOTTE SIVES .. , MAXWELL CAINIPBELL REV. ROBERT JAMES, JR. John Wiggin Patricia MacMartin Alexander Biirns Philip French Wilma Hale Janet Ford Avis Perkins Wyntha Tompkins Penelope Ntceros Rachel Moore Olive Daniels Neale Westfall Lihhv McCrone Rosalind Cogger Helen Bartlett Mary Ann Wheeler Carolyn Gove ASSO0IA'l'l0N 0F WUMEN DAY TUIIENT President ANNA LAUGHLIN Vice-President MARY KEEFE Secretary-Treasurer TERESA FOLEY Advisor Mlss MARY ELLEN PHIPPS GRADUATES Elizabeth Adams Ruth Holland Bertha Leathers SENIORS Kathleen Beckingham Margaret Foley Wilma Lunt Phyllis Morang Katharine Carpenter Elizabeth Keefe Elizabeth McCrone Helen Snook Marie Collins Anna Loughlin Phyllis McCrone Ruth Stimson Alice Fisher Gladys Wheeler JUNIORS Marie Donahue Margaret Hughes Reita Pierce Ferne Rollins Eileen Foss Elaine Mihachik Rosemary Redden Iris Valley Mary Hough SOPHOMORES A Lucille Boodey Ann Grimes Mary Murphy Marylyon Perkins Rose Feinberg Ruth Harwood Marguerite Olsen Louise Wood Teresa Foley Grace McDaniel Dorothy Page Jeanette Yoffee FRESHMEN Evelyn Blankenburg Olive Forgan Dorothy Meyer Thelma Peterson Alice Brennan Alice Garland Roberta Mullen Margaret Rand Grace Brown Beatrice Goldstein Alice Monroe Frances Robinson .lean Byrns Elaine Hirshberg Marjorie Munsen Edna Tolchinsky Helen Cassily Lorraine Leeper Ruth Nelson l Elizabeth Vozella Annie Clark .lane Martin Lillian Nolette Alice Webb ' Marion Flanders Catharine McCarthy Esther Peterson Roberta Winkler First Row: Murphy, Laughlin, Miss Phipps, Foley, Valley, Keefe. Second Row: Foley, McDamels Forgan, McCrone, Feinberg. Third Row: Robinson, Mihachick, Snooks, Wheeler, McCarthy Fourth Row: Hough, Beckingham, Pierce, Stimson, Burns, Nelson. F ifth Row: Yoffee, Olsen Foss, Donahue, Cassily, Rollins. Sixth Row: Brewster, Grimes, Hirshberg, Tolchinski, Brennan Vlfinkler, Munsen, Webb, Nolette. 246 President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Advisor Esther Adnoif Judith Cohen Beatrice Fishman Ruth Hillson Syhil Angelowitz Mildred Brown Jeanette Lewis Selma Bacon u Caroline Adnoif Evelyn Blankenherg Frances Golod MENURAII 00lETY OFFICERS NATALIE REINHERZ PEARL LIPPMAN J EAN ISENBERG RUTH H1LLsoN DEAN RUTH J. WOODRUFF SENIORS J UNIORS SOPHOMORES Jeanette Yoffee FRESHMEN Phyllis Ulin Jean lsenherg Ruth Maron Natalie Reinherz Gwendolyn Sandler Pearl Lippman Naomi Savan Rose Sherman Rose Feinberg Elaine Hirschherg Gwendolyn Resnick Edna Tolchinsky F trst Row: Fishman, Sandler, Brown. Second Row: Savan, Reinherz, C. Adnoif, lsenherg, Lipp- man I-Illlson, Bacon. Third Row: Ulin, Miss Woodruff, Resnick, E. Adnoff, Angelowitz, Golod. 247 First Row: Phillips, McNulty, Harrington, Stimson. Second Row: Pulsifer, Mrs. McLaughlin Robinson, Moore. P IRLAMBDA Honorary Home Economies Society Established 1926 President BARBARA PHILLIPS Vice-President LILLIAN ROBINSON Secretary ELEANOR W. MCNULTY Treasurer Eleanor McNulty Rachel Moore Barbara Phillips Dorothy Brewster Libby Edson Barbara Fenerty Ruth Hardy SENIOR MEMBERS JUNIOR MEMBERS 248 LOUISE M. PULSIFER Louise Pulsifer Lillian Robinson Ruth Stimson Clara Hayden Pearl Lippman Barbara Marshall Constance Smith F rrst Row: Nudd, J. Ford, Kinsman, Shorey, Merrill, Pinska. Second Row: McClary, Myhre, Ozog Stone, Betz, Coulter, Nugent, Hillson, Briggs. Third Row: Flavin, Harte, Fifield, Lane, Ham Alden, Richard, E. Ford, Sweet, Temple, Wilkins, Pickett. Fourth Row: Stannard, Metcalf, Gay, Brown, Cox, Robinson, Kearney, Eastman, Lapointe. 0Cl0LOGY CL B President CHARLES BETZ, J R. Vice-President LoU1s CRYANS Secretary MEDA STONE Treasurer PAUL NUGENT Janice Fifield Ruth Eastman Eleanor Gaye Mary Elizabeth Kearney Priscilla Alden Pauline Crooks Genevieve Grygiel Ursula Hart SENIORS Rosamond Merrill Alice Stevens i J UN IORS Louise Lane Ada Nudd William Robinson SOPHGMORES Theo Lylis Joseph Morelli Thomas McNamara Robert Prescott Robert Rowe 24-9 Ruth Sweezey Rose Sherman J oan Sweet Claire Richards Edward Stannard Ruth Tabor Violet Wilkins FORE TRY CL B Chapter: New Hampshire Established 1915 Founded at the University of New Hampshire OFFICERS President ROBERT BRECK Vice-President KARL WOODWARD, JR. Secretary HOWARD TYLER Treasurer ERNEST GOULD Chief Forester Clark Stevens Robert Breck Ernest Gould Gordon Woolner James Barrett Leslie Britten William Jahoda William Johnson David Johnson FACULTY Lewis Swain SENIORS Nelson Bennett John Blackwood Kenneth Noseck J UNIORS Lynn Whitmyre Charles Burleigh Roger Leighton ' Gordon MacIntosh FRESHMEN Leslie Sargent, Jr. JOHN BLACKWOOD Karl Woodward, Sr Karl Woodward Jr. Howard Tyler Lewis Spinney Charles Piifard Richard Phenix Herman Scott Fay Smith, Jr. First Row: Bissell, Gould, Breck, Woodward, Woodward, Jr., Tyler, Woolner. Second Row Leighton, Laramie, Phenix, Scott, Wliitmyre, Jahoda, Johnson, Barrett. Third Row: Bennett McIntosh, Britten, Johnson. 250 TUDENT LANIILIIRII Manager CLYDE BROWN .... Assistant Manager ROBERT AUSTIN Host Comptroller Steward Charles Balch Clyde Brown Robert Austin Neal Batchelder Russell Byles Richard Datson Monroe Evans J UNIORS Walter Buchanan Walter Foley SOPHOMORES Edgar Costello Theodore Murchie Arthur O'Connell Frances O'Sullivan FRESHMEN Robert Nylander Raymond Paquin John Garland EDWARD MURCHIE ARTHUR O'CoNNELL FRANCIS O,SULLIVAN James Heald Walter Prescott Robert Quinn John Wiggin Jeanne Tebo Elizabeth Mercer F trst Row: Bachelder, Foley, Prescott, Joslin. Second Row: Murchie, Austin, Brown, O'Sullivan, Tebo, Stark. Third Row: O,Connell, Buchanan, Evans, Byles, Mills, Costello, Heald. 251 N First Row: Munson, Slattery, Williams, Howe, Gould, Sophie Pinska, Stella Pinska, Farwell Phaneuf, La Flamme, Moscardini, Dobek. Second Row: Roy, Betley, Burque, C. Moran, A Moran, Nolan, R. Kleczynska, Rev. O'Connor, Smith, McKenna, Egan, Cryans, H. Adams Wolcott, Hall. Third Row: Farnsworth, Morrison, Foley, DeRoches, Costello, Ramsey, P. Nolan Pickard, Hebert, Dumont, Foley, Morin, Lambert, Lennon, Duclos, Wellenberger, Rocheleau Pokigo, Schlesinger, Paquin. Fourth Row: Keough, Fitzsimmons, O'Connell, Houlihan, Libby Rouillard, Charron, Szalucka, Chase, Doyle, Walton, Letendre, Mullen, R. H. 0'Connor, R. E 0'Connor, McNamara, Jacques, Lystr. EWMA ULUB John Walsh Edward Donovan Edmund Bowler FRATRES IN FACULTATE Ann Beggs William Hennessey C. H. Welch Paul Dupell Lillian Hudon G. Albert Albert Furman Bushway, Henry Byck, Sophie Callahan, Marjorie Call, William Carr, Arthur Cassilly, Helen Chase, Edward Chase, Francis Clark, Millard Connelly, Edward Corcoran, James Costello, Edgar Cote, Cecile Cryans, Louis Crowley, Raymond Charron, Frederick Adams, Herbert Adrian, Eleanor Angers, Walter Alini, George Bagley, Thomas Baker, Dorothy Baker, Marjorie Barret, James Beckingham, Kathl Belanger, George Betley, Phyllis Bradey, James Buckley, Anna Buckley, Arthur 6811 Budzianowski, Anthony Burns, James Burque, Eloise Burpee, Kathleen Barbara Shields MEMBERS Davis, Robert Delpino, Robert Dobek, Helena DeMartino, Dominique Donahue, Marie Dower, Margaret Downing, John Doyle, Raymond Dupell, Raymond Dwyer, Charles Egan, Donald Farwell, Marjorie F itzsimmons, William Flaherty, Matthew Foley, Richard Jally, Arthur Gould, Eleanor Grady, John Grady, Ruth Gregg, Albert Goodfellow, Roy Griffin, Gerald Grimes, Ann Guilmette, Roger Hall, Harold Halpin, Jean Hamilton, Austin Harrison, Margaret Harrison, Paul Hayes, J. Russell Haynor, Mary Herbert, Donald Herlihy, Fred Hogan, James Houlihan, Thomas Huard, Leo lvers, Richard Jahoda, William Judd, Charles Keegan, John Keough, William Keadin, Herbert Kleczynska, Josephine LaFlamme, Rachel LaFlamme, Robert Lambert, George Lapointe, Roger Lennon, Robert Letendre, John I Lucia, Alphonse Lyszczas, Edward McCarthy, Catherine McCaffrey, George McKenna, Maurice McNulty, Eleanor Madden, Arthur Marcotte, Beryl Marshall, William Monica, Harold Moran, Alice Moran, Catherine Moran, Winifred Morin, Laurent Moscadini, Doris Moscardini, Leo Morrison, Jean Mullen, Robert Munson, Marjorie .252 Nolan, Robert Nolan, Paul Nolette, Lillian Noseck, Kenneth Nugent, Paul O'Brien, Robert O'Connell, Arthur 0'Connor, Raymond O'Connor, Regis Paquin, Ernest Papachristos, Madeline Parr, Harry Phaneuf, Albertine Picard, Frank Pinska, Stella Pinska, Sophie Plante, Theodore Pokigo, Francis Ramsey, James Ray, William Roucheleau, Robert Rouillard, Arthur Sanborn, Claire Schlesinger, Francis Slattery, Betty Smith, Phillip Spellman, Francis Sullivan, Katherine Sullivan, Ray Szalucka, William Williams, Elizabeth Williams, Faith Zidovsky, Michael First Row: Turner, Weatherill, Burleigh, McLane, Ford, Skerry, Glover, Hardy, Malsch, Gardner, Olson, Sanborn. Second Row: Johnson, Pickett, French, Howker, Holt, Ferry, Ober, Richardson, Moran, Edson, Adams, Ham, Shorey, Eastman, Ekdahl, Burt, Stidstone. Third Row: Rooth, Nel- son, Wheeler, Bureau, Martin Holt, Campbell, Sweet, Byles, Stanton, Weston, Herrick, Thompson. Avis Bailey Helen Colby YACHT CLUB Dorothy White Frank Wright Daniel Sweet John B. Skerry Alice Shorey Joan Sweet John Wentzell Leslie H. Rockwell Commodore JOHN B. SKERRY Vice-Commodore ALBERT HARDY , Secretary JANET FORD Treasurer SUSAN MALSCH Steward CHARLES BURLEIGH Chairman of Racing Committee LOIS RICHARDSON SEN IORS Francis Ayer Martin Holt Jack Richardson John McCarthy Ned Sheahan Irving S. Gersh Evelyn Olson Harold Sweet JUNIORS Charles Burleigh Dorothy Ferry Roger Leighton Lloyd H. Burt Peggy Harrison Susan Malsch Millard Clark Margaret Hill Ada Nudd Mary Hough Janet Pickett Dorothy Collier Roger Hough Charles Piifard SOPHOMORES Eleanor Atkinson Louise Edson Martin Mitchell Laurence Bacon Miriam Ekdahl Marguerite Olson Russel Bissell Barbara Bullen Phyllis Chase Elizabeth Bennet Robert Delpino Malcolm Gifford Rolland Gove Miss Beckwith Kenneth Brighton Alfred Greenwood Francis O'Sullivan Raymond Hastings Dorothy Perry L. H. Hazzard Lois Richardson FRESHMEN Ruth Groves Helen Ober George Herrick Edward E. Owen Nancy Kinsman William G. Papageorge Solon Mamalis Aaro Reivo 2 YEAR STUDENTS Joseph Johnson Wallace Morse LIFE MEMBERS George Brooks Albert Hardy Ernest Bulger Tenho Kauppinen Albert Edgerly ' g Ellingwood McLane 253 Margaret Sanborn Kenneth Shaw Florence Strout Boyd Weston Betty Shaw Robert Tinker Andreas Turner Marcia Weatherhill Manton Spear Edson Stannard THE ll CL B HE HN H CLUB" comprised of all wearers of the varsity insignia has again taken on new life and vigor on the campus. The organization is governed by an executive board made up of representatives from all sports who will guide the activities of the club. The club intends to unify the men in athletic activities and set down an organization among a group of the campus men who are par- ticipants in athletic contests for New Hampshire. A weekly "N H Day" when all men who have earned their insignia will wear their sweaters, group rep- resentation at athletic contests, aiding in choosing of cheer leaders, suggestions to the athletic department for improvement in athletics, and arranging tl1e annual certificate day are a few of the activities the 'GN H Club" is handling. The club is steadily rounding into something and has added cooperation, friendliness, and spirit to the campus besides giving enjoyment to those recognized and dis- tinguished wearers of the N H-our sportsmen, our leaders, our MN H Men." EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Creeley Buchanan John Hanlon George McCaffrey Arthur Carlson Lawrence Stewart Matthew Flaherty Warren Jones Kenneth McLeod, Chairman Louis Cryans Victor Tyson Richard Nellson .I ack Kirk Clinton Morse Theodore Plante Richard Snowman Eugene Duffy John Wentzell Raymond Rivers Albert Roper John Richardson Wilson Brunel Ario Piretti First Row: Underwood, Manton, Swasey, Buchanan, McCaffrey, Burtt, Stewart, Winterbottom F. H. Ayer. Second Row: Wright, Jones, Elliot, Leavitt, Duffy, Angers, Mullen, Moore F A Ayer. Third Row: Johnson, Richardson, Glines, Sheahan, Ingram, Crooks, Tyson Hersey Fourth Row: Piffard, Lang, Goertz, Kirk, McCarthy, Clark, Gowen, Flaherty. F ith Row Jordan Adams, Parker, Jones, Russell, Wentzell, Coutts. Sixth Row: Hall, Clark, Spellman Barkm Hatch, Hardy, Nellson. 254 PSYCll0LOGY CLUB Honorary Member REVEREND EMERSON G. HANGEN Honorary Member MR. WILLIAM J. CRISSEY Advisor DR. ADOLPH EKDAHL Avis Bailey Clifford Bullock Dorothy Corbin Rachael Cox Barbara Demerse Raymond Bean Elizabeth Brown Elizabeth Buxton SENIORS Walter Ferris Conrad Goertz Janice Gowen Richard Hay David Holt J UNIORS Charles Cook Alice Gordon Mary Gertrude Howe SOPI-IOMGRES George J ones Caroline Myhre Rita 0951188 Mary Sarson Susan Malsch I Elaine Mihachik J anet Pickett Jeanette Peterson 1 Penelope Ricl1ards First Row: Corbin, O'Shea, Demerse, Ekdahl, Holt, Bullock, 'Malsch, Pickett, Gordon. Second Row: Bailey, Buxton, Browne, Jones, Cox, Coertz, Howe, Myhre, Richards. 2557 First Row: Griffin, C. Moran, A. Moran, Buiiington, Schoolcraft, Honkala, Papachristos Cram Page. Second Row: Dow, Brakeley, Cohen, Blake, Kenney, Peterson, Howker, James Vozella Greenaway, Sweet. Third Row: Stott, Gregg, Cannall, Stubbe, Fay, Eastman, Orr HMINNESAENGEIV' OFFICERS Vereinsvorstand FRED HoNKALA Stellvertreter des Vercinsvorstands FERNE ROLLINS Schriftfuehrerin DoRo'rHEA DOWELL Kassenwart J UDITH COHEN SENIORS Phyllis Betley Henry Cassidy Kathleen Chandler Virginia Alden Mary J ane Bacon Sally Barnwell Kathryn Barry Robert Carroll Ruth Cross Vaughn Derby Thomas Altenbern Barbara Ames Eleanor Atkinson Ilene Avery Thomas Bagley Costas Basdekis Barbara Brakeley Dorothy Collier Madelyn Cram David Eastman Louise Edson Nelson Fay George Gordon Jean Dempsey Bernard Ekman John Gowen Fretta Cook Priscilla Emerson Gerald Griffin J UNIORS Patrick Fitzgerald Herbert Freedman Fred Honkala Edward Kitiield Madeline Papachristos Richard Phenix Justine Pillsbury SOPHOMORES Paul Hamilton Anna Hawkins Elliot Jewell Maxine Johnson Alex Katranis Socrates Koutsotaseos Roland Ling Edna Mardigian Sebastian Marino Rolland Mayor Alice Moran Catherine Moran John Morgan FRESHMEN Louise Griffin Austin Hardy George Hooz Mary Cochran--Two-year Agriculture 256 Archibald Romage Eber Wein Edward Reed Rose Sherman Carl Silver Chester Souther Joan Sweet Edmund Temple Ashley Nevers Dorothy Nyberg Sheldon Oaks Eden Pray J ohn Roberts Robert Rocheleau Kenneth Shaw Richard Sughrue David Sullivan Robert Tessier Irving Thomas Mary Ann Wheeler Leonard Zeeburg Emily Jones Arthur Sawyer Elinor Sawyer Mabel Davis-Special First Row: Mullon, Kirk, Fellman, Angers. Second Row: Doyle, Carlisle, McCarthy, Brunel, Russel . ' JUNHIR PROM UOMMI'l"l'EE ORCHESTRA Co-Chairmen, George Doyle, Robert Piper PUBLICITY Co-Chairmen Sumner Fellman, Priscilla Taylor DECORATIONS Co-Chairmen Edward Burtt, Jean Adams SELECTION S Co-Chairmen Philip Oliver, Louis Israel 257 PROGRAMS Chairman, Mary McCarthy TICKETS Chairman, Franklin Mullon CHAPERONES Chairman, James Russell QUEEN'S CUP Chairman, Wilson Brunel REFRESHMENTS Chairman, Anne Carlisle OFF -CAMPUS PUBLICITY Chairman, Walter Angers ME ' GLEE UL B President RICHARD HAWKINS Secretary ROBERT AUSTIN Treasurer HENRY CASSIDY Student Director RICHARD HAWKINS SENIORS Henry Cassidy Conrad Goertz Russell Plumpton Leonard Coplen Walter Ferris Mack Campbell Richard Hawkins Robert Austin Nathan Babcock Clare Berry Russell Bissell Russell Byles Everett Bean Robert Boardman James Brown Robert Clock Gaylord Davis Robert Dyson Austin Hardy Robert lsenberg Richard Hay Arthur Mullon Robert Olsen J UNIORS Robert Lennon William Marston Donald Pickering SOPHOMORES William Clement J. M. Crafts David Eastman Francis Edes Edward Murchie Dwight Richardson FRESHMEN Roger Jones Alexander Kischitz William MacDonald Roger Marshall Wayne Oaks William Papageorge Forest Parsons Dean Plumpton Dan Sweet Robert Twombly James Piper Raymond Dyer Pete Rawstrom Robert Russell Robert Tessier Elmer Towne Donald Wilson Roland Cove Norman Reed Daniel Russel Herbert Smith Stanley Steeves Henry Swasey Gordon Wheeler First Row: Mullen, Smith, Lennon, Jones, Papegeorge, Hawkins, Ferris, Plumpton, Edes Berry Second Row: Marston, Clock, Kischitz, Isenberg, Bissell, Dyer, Sweet, Tessier, Rawstrom Richardson, Reed, Russell. Third Row: Marshall, Dyson, Crafts, Towne, Davis, Piper Wilson Babcock, Austin, Russell, Cove, Boardman, Eastman, Hay, Swasey. 258 WIIME ' GLEE CLUB President RUTH HoLBRooK Secretary DORIS TRAFTON , Treasurer AVIS PERKINS Student Director RUTH HOLBROOK SENIORS Phyllis Betley Dorothy Corbin Janice Fiiield Beatrice Bishop Constance Campbell Laurenia Eastman Ruth Bacon Julie Brown Leona Dumont Louise 'Eastman Louise Edson Kathleen Gay . Carolyn Cove Alice Hill Dorothy J anvrin Hope Amos Mary Jane Bacon Grace Brown Christine Buck Marjorie Chalmers Constance Clark Phyllis Corkum Cecile Cote Pauline Cummings Beatrice Fishman Mary W. Gallyon Betty Norton J UN IORS Elizabeth Edson Evelyn Handly Ruth Hardy SOPHOMORES Rosalie Libbey Catherine Moran Dorothy Nyberg Virginia Page Avis Perkins Marylyon Perkins Edith Rudd Joanne Shaw Lucile Smith FRESHMEN Jean Davis Miriam Eastman Marjorie Farwell Etta Ford Jane Martin Marion Mclver Alice Monroe Virginia Morse Mary Peavey Stella Pinska Alice Stevens Betty Kirkland Dorothy Ferry Virginia Smith Ellen Stoddard Lorna Tibbetts Wyntha Thompkins Doris Trafton Dorothy Weden Mary Anne Wheeler Violet Wilkins Faith Williams Jeanette Peno Esther Peterson Marjorie Redman Mescal Robinson Constance St. Clair Geraldine Sipprelle Jeanne Tebo Ann Thompson F trst Row: Hardy, Gay, Wheeler, Rudd, Perkins, Holbrook, Peavey, Pinska, L. Smith, E. Edson. Second Row: Tompkins, Farwell, Morse, Wilkins, Kirkland, Nyberg, Tibbetts, Weden, Page, M. Eastman, Thompson, Campbell, L. Edson. Third Row: Tebo, F ifield, Brown, Stevens, Robin- son, Shaw, Bishop, Handly, Peno, Moran, Ford, Williams, Hill, Betley, Cummings, Davis. Fourth Row: Sipprelle, Peterson, Corbin, Laurenia Eastman, R. Bacon, Amos, Spillman, Libby, Mclver, Brown, Buck, M. Bacon, V. Smith, Trafton, Cove, Corkum, Eastman. 259 V l First Row: Coplen, Babcock, Pratt, Holbrook, Cove, Fishman, Plummer. Second Row: Crandall Stevens, Wood, Edes, Bergethon, Churchill, P., Churchill, D. Third Row: Barnett, Farrar Hitch cock, Ashey, Chapman, Krauzer, Anderson, Cummings. Fourth Row: Earle, Mitchell, Lobdell Smith, Mead, Israel, McIntyre, Groves. YMPHO Y 0RCllE 'PRA President LEONARD COPLEN Secretary CAROLYN GovE Treasurer JACK MITCHELL GRADUATE STUDENT Ruth Holbrook SENIORS Leonard Coplen , Beatrice Fishman Paul Barnett Charles Chapman Nathan Babcock Francis Edes Adolph Anderson Natalie Ashey J UN IORS Prescott Farrar Kenneth Lobdell Vaughan Stevens SOPHOMORES Carolyn Cove Paul Mclntire Louise W' ood FRESHMEN Doris Churchill Phyllis Churchill Ellen Plummer 260 ' John Mitchell J ohn Pratt Malcolm Smith David Webber John Earle Lois Hoyle F trst Row: Martineau, Corbin, Stevens, Stone, Holt, N. Savan, M. Savan, Wheeler, Almond. Second Row: Bacon, Bascom, Whitcher, Piecewicz, Lovell, Crowley, Burch, Morse, Bissell. Third Row: Lobdell, Stannard, Lovell, Levesque, McClary, Ozog, Milton. President Treasurer 'l'UllEN'l' C0-0PERA'l'lVE OFFICERS Assistant Treasurer Labor Manager' Chaperone Robert Albee Helen Almond Lawrence Bacon Evelyn Barenberg Horace Bascom W. Wolfe Bauer Russell Bissell Leslie Britten Howard Burch Robert Carr Elizabeth Clark , Richard Cook Dorothy Corbin Raymond Crowley Dorothy Dowell Lawrence Floyd David Holt MEMBERS Leo Huard Frederick Hussey Elijah .lamgochian Kenneth Lobdell Kenneth Lovell Paul Lyons Katherine Martineau Rowland Mayor Lyman Miller Lewis Milton Wallace Morse Howard McClary Thomas McNamara Harlow Nelson Paul Nichols Julius Ozog 261 DAVID Hom' J osEPH STONE HARLOW NELSON ERNEST PAQUIN Miss CONAN Ernest Paquin Dorothy Patrick Michael Piecewicz Morris Pinks George Rogers Milton Savan Naomi Savan Winton Seymour Albert Sharps Richard Smith Edward Stannard Alice Stevens Joseph Stone John Stubbe Mary Ann Wheeler Raymond Whitcher Charlotte Williams First Row: Griffin, Pomeroy, White, Churchill, DeFusco, Church, Brown. Second Row Bodwell Kennison, Rutherford, Perkins, Webster, Davis, Mitchell, Hastins, Pearson. Third Row Burtt Wilkins, Brewster, Pulsifer, Moore, Miss Sanborn, Willoughby, West, Taylor, Handley Lord Fourth Row: Bascom, Hooker, Hill, Clock, Stannard, Mr. Hoitt,Ayer,Gowen,Ernery,R1chardson 4-ll UL B President WALTER WEBSTER, JR. Vice-President J OHN PERKINS Secretary DOROTHY GRIFFIN Social Chairman GAYLORD DAVIS Advisors MARY L. SANBORN, CLARENCE WADLEIGH SENIORS Harold Mitchell Rosetta West Frances Taylor Dorothy Brewster 'Willard Sanborn Helen Goldman Helen Pomeroy Rosalind Cogger Lincoln Pearson John Gowen George Kelly Robert Clock Francis Church Harold Hill I Carol Sanderson Charles Marsh .l UNIORS Forest Griffin SOPHOMORES Esther Jewell Edward Richardson Dorothy J anvrin FRESHMEN Geraldine Brown Esther Defusco Louise Griffin Lila Willoughby Lyle McGinnis Richard Emery John French 262 Albert Edgerly Richard Rutherford Robert Johnson Robert Rowe Dwight Richardson Paul Hooker Lloyd Burtt Susan Stoddard Kendall Kinerson William Lord Esther Peaslee Doris Churchill Phyllis Churchill Willard Richardson COMM TEH ' UUUPERATIVE President JOHN PERKINS Vice-President HELEN SNOOK Secretary-Treasurer HOWARD ROUNSEFELL Mena Manager RUTH HARwooD Labor Manager ALVIN HIGGINS SENIGRS Charles Richards Howard Rounsefell Vernon Lyons Dorothy Brewster Irving Flanders Robert Deming Margaret Rand Robert Billings Ruth Harwood Alfred Higgins James Lane J UNIORS Robert Johnson Samuel Johnson J ohn Perkins SOPHOMORES Walter Prescott Louise Wood FRESI-IMEN Esther Peterson Jean Burns Helen Snook Lois Draper Roger Leighton Elton Smith Lucille Boody John Wiggin Ruth Nelson Francis Robinson F zrst Row: Burns, Perkins, Nelson. Second Row: Brewster, Higgins, Snook, Perkins, Howard, Rounsefell, Demming. Third Row: Johnson, Boody, Wood, Forgan, Rand, Richards, Wiggin. Fourth Row: Lyle, VV. Johnson, Flanders, Smith. 263' First Row: Richardson, Lovell, Whitcher, Walker, Hardy, Butterworth, Bayrer Batchelder Crowle Ta lor SecondR w Pre tt G d M L F ' L ' S Ch h N y, y . o : sco , ar ner, c ane, arrls, eavitt, tearns urc ye Goodell, Gay. Third Row: Dennett, Thomsen, Elliott, Styrna, Campbell, Cheeseman Lobdell Hebert, Hall. AMERICAN SCCIETY CF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS OFFICERS . Honorary Chairman EDWARD T. DONOVAN President A ALBERT L. HARDY Vice-President STEWART J. WALKER Secretary and Treasurer HARRY S. BUTTERWORTH Corresponding Secretary RAYMOND R. WHITCHER SENIORS Lew A. Batchelder Ralph W. Bayrer Harry S. Butterworth Raymond W. Crowley Albert L. Hardy Donald J. Brosius Alan M. Campbell Herbert L. Cheeseman Allen W. Church Oliver F. Dennett Roy H. Elliott, Jr. Edward W. Farris Kenneth R. Lovell Robert L. Lord William B. Moore John S. Richardson Richard C. Smith .I UNIORS William A. Gardner Burt C. Gay Richard A. Goodell Philip A. Hall Donald R. Hebert Stanley E. Hickin Winston T. Leavitt 264 Robert R. Taylor Stewart J. Walker Raymond R. Whitcher Robert W. Young Kenneth C. Lobdell Ellingwood McLane Edwin P. Nye Robert W. Prescott Madeline A. Stearns Stanley Styrna Henning A. Thomsen First Row: Yeaton, -Westfall, Fellman, Marr. Second Row: Chandler, Vasilion, Sattler, Nevers, Robinson, Hutchins. Third Row: Burns, Flint, Sleeper, Sweatt, Babour, Tasoulas, Stone, Sheinuk. IIEBATING IICIETY President Vice-President Manager A Faculty Advisor J SENIORS Gordon Flint Lillian Robinson ASHLEY NEVERS LILLIAN ROBINSON J AOOB SHEINUOK WILLIAM SATTLER Stanley Shmishkiss Helen Vasiliou - J UNIORS Gordon Carlisle Natalie Chandler Sumner Fellman Paul Lyons Jacob Sheinuok Robert Sweatt SOPHOMORES Ashley Nevers Neale Westfall FRESHMEN J James Burns Mary Hutchins John Marr John Meade Forest Parsons 265 Hyman Stone James Sleeper George Stidstone Ernest Tasoulas Vinton Yeaton MEN COMMU'l'ER ' CLUB President BERNARD YOFFEE Secretary JOHN G. EARLE Treasurer WALLACE P. REED Representatives on Independent M en's Council, BERNARD YOFFEE, PHILIP STACKPOLE, ROBERT JOHNSON, ROBERT JACQUES HIS organization was founded during the first semester of 1940. The purpose of the club is to afford commuters the opportunity for social contacts and prestige on campus. Recreational periods, dances, and athletic activities are being sponsored by this new progressive Organization. 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